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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 2012 FOOTBALL QUICK FACTS GENERAL INFORMATION

Location .............................................................................................................Salina, Kan. Nickname ..................................................................................................................Coyotes Colors ............................................................................................................... Purple / Gold Enrollment.......................................................................................................................825 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 ................................................................................................Dave Dallas Interim President and Provost .....................................................................Dr. Wayne Lowen Vice President of Admissions and Athletics, and General Counsel .................... Buck Tanner

FOOTBALL INFORMATION

Head Coach ........................................................................................................Dave Dallas Alma Mater........................................................................................Missouri Western State Record at Kansas Wesleyan.............................................................. 84-67 (.556) / 14 years KCAC Record at Kansas Wesleyan .....................................................................76-56 (.575) Overall Career Record ...............................................................117-100-1 (.539) / 22 years Overall KCAC Record ................................................................................... 106-84-1 (.557) Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks .......................................... Chris Snyder (3rd season) Defensive Coordinator / Defensive Backs ............................................Bob Frey (3rd season) Offensive Line ..........................................................................Rex Pippenger (12th season) Linebackers ......................................................................... Jason McWilliams (2nd season) Football Graduate Assistant ........................................................... Neal Renna (1st season) Football Graduate Assistant .................................................... Mike Dovenberg (1st season)

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

Sports Information Director ................................................................................David Toelle Office Phone .................................................................................... 785.827.5541 ext. 3146 Mobile Phone ...................................................................................................785.643.0913 EMail .................................................................................................... sportsinfo@kwu.edu FAX ..................................................................................................................785.827.0927 Website ...............................................................................................www.kwucoyotes.com

KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 2012 FOOTBALL MEDIA GUIDE THE 2012 SEASON

Football Quick Facts ............................................................................................................1 2012-13 Media Information and Media Policies ..................................................................2 2012 Schedule ....................................................................................................................4 2012 Season Preview ..........................................................................................................4 2012 Opponents ..................................................................................................................6 2012 KCAC Composite Schedule .......................................................................................11 KWU Head Coach Dave Dallas ...........................................................................................12 KWU Assistant Coaches ....................................................................................................13 2012 Numerical Roster .....................................................................................................15 2012 Roster Breakdowns ..................................................................................................16 Meet the 2012 Coyotes - Returning Players .......................................................................19 Meet the 2012 Coyotes - Newcomers .................................................................................29

2011 SEASON IN REVIEW

2011 Season Recap...........................................................................................................35 2011 Season Statistics .....................................................................................................36 2011 Postseason Honors ...................................................................................................37 2011 Game by Game Recaps ............................................................................................39

KWU FOOTBALL HISTORY

Brief History of KWU Football .............................................................................................50 All-Time Season by Season Game by Game Results ..........................................................51 All-Time Series Records vs All Teams ................................................................................55 Coaching Records .............................................................................................................55 All-Time Top Tens...............................................................................................................55

THE KANSAS WESLEYAN EXPERIENCE

About Kansas Wesleyan University ....................................................................................60 Salina, Kansas ..................................................................................................................61 This is Coyote Athletics .....................................................................................................62 University President, Provost .............................................................................................63 Athletic Staff .....................................................................................................................64 Athletic Department Directory ...........................................................................................66 FOOTBALL HISTORY First Year of Football .....................................................................................................1893 KWU Football Facilities ......................................................................................................67 Seasons Played ..............................................................................................................104 KWU Athletic Facilities ......................................................................................................68 Overall Record ......................................................................................... 419-449-39 (.483) KCAC Record ........................................................................................... 299-282-22 (.514) NAIA AND KCAC FOOTBALL KCAC Championships ............................................................................... 13 (Last in 2002) The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics ........................................................70 The Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference .......................................................................71 Bowl Appearances ...........................................................1 (American Family Charity, 2000) 2011 KCAC Composite Results ..........................................................................................71 NAIA Championship Series Berths ................................................................. 2 (2001, 2002) 2011 KCAC Football Statistics ..........................................................................................72 NAIA Championship Series Record .................................................................................. 0-2 2011 All-KCAC Teams........................................................................................................76

TEAM INFORMATION

2011 Record .................................................................................................................... 5-6 2011 KCAC Record / Finish ...............................................................................5-4 / Tie-4th Starters Returning................................................................................ 7 Offense, 7 Defense Total Players Returning .....................................................................................................44 Returning Letterwinners ....................................................................................................42 Total Players Lost (from 2011) ..........................................................................................78 Base Offense .................................................................................................Spread/Pro-Set Base Defense ..................................................................................................................4-3

The 2012 Football Media Guide is an official publication of the Kansas Wesleyan University Athletic Department. Design and editing done by David Toelle, Sports Information Director. Photography by Max Iselin Photography and David Toelle. The guides are printed by Consolidated Printing, Salina, Kan. Cover designed by David Toelle. On the back cover is the KWU Student Activities Center.

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 2012-13 KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY MEDIA INFORMATION AND MEDIA POLICIES

Thank you for your interest in Kansas Wesleyan Athletics. The KWU Sports Information office has provided this information to assist in enjoying Kansas Wesleyan University Athletics. Please feel free to contact any member of the staff with questions, requests or concerns. We look forward to working with you throughout the year. There is limited working space in the press box at Salina Stadium and on press row at Mabee Arena. Media who plan on covering Kansas Wesleyan University Athletics 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 or on press row. This includes school-run radio stations, as well as professional radio crews. Priority for available space is listed above and in the Media Credential Policy. For football games, visiting radio and media can set up directly to the right of the sound system control box in the press box at Salina Stadium. For contests in Mabee Arena, visiting radio and media will have space available on the west end of press row near the visitor bench. Please feel free to contact the Sports Information office if additional information is requested.

GAME DAY INFORMATION FOR MEDIA

SPORTS INFORMATION CONTACTS

MEDIA & PHOTO CREDENTIALS

Kansas Wesleyan University

Media Credentials for KWU home contests 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. Kansas Wesleyan reserves the right to decline any credential request. 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 the start. 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 on Press Row prior to the game. A final post-game statistical report 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 Mabee Arena and 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. There is currently no Internet availability at Dean Evans Stadium (Baseball), but there are phone lines available. There are no phone lines or Internet access at Bill Burke Park and the Salina Soccer Complex.

David Toelle Sports Information Director 100 East Claflin, Campus 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

Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference Scott Crawford, Commissioner 155 North Market, Suite 220 Wichita, KS 67202 Phone: 316.337.5999 Email: scott.crawford@kcacsports.com Website: www.kcacsports.com

Robert Brennecke, Assistant Commissioner 155 North Market, Suite 220 Wichita, KS 67202 Phone: 316.337.5999 Email: brennecke@kcacsports.com Website: www.kcacsports.com

National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics 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.

COACH AVAILABILITY Head coaches 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.

Chad Waller, Director of Communications and Sports Information 1200 Grand Blvd. Kansas City, MO 64106 Phone: 816.595.8000 FAX: 816.595.8200 Email: cwaller@naia.org Website: www.naia.org

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

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 2012-13 KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY MEDIA INFORMATION AND MEDIA POLICIES LIVE STATS WEBCASTS RADIO / PRINT / BROADCAST MEDIA Again this season, Kansas Wesleyan will provide live stats webcasts for all homes and select road games. Go to www. CONTACTS kwucoyotes.com and click on the LIVE STATS link on the right side of the page for links. 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 (KSALFM) and will also be broadcast online through the Salina Media Group website: www.ksallink.com. Decisions on games to be broadcast are solely up to the staff and management of Salina Media Group.

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”

Salina Media Group Mike Hammett, Sports Director Phone: 785.823.1111 FAX: 785.823.2034 Email: michael.hammett@morris.com Website: www.ksallink.com Rocking M Radio James Westling, Operations Manager Phone: 785.827.2100 FAX: 785.827.3503 Email: jwestling@rockingmradio.com Website: www.rockingmradio.com

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 “K-DUB”, not “K-Dub”, “KDub”, “Kdub”, “KDUB”, Salina Journal Bob Davidson, Sports Editor or any other variation of “K-DUB”. Other acceptable references to Coyote Athletics include: “KWU”, “Wesleyan”, “KW” and Phone: 785.822.1404 “Kansas Wesleyan”. Broadcast outlets are also asked to refer to KWU as “Coy-otes” or “Yotes”, not “Coy-o-tes”. FAX: 785.827.6060 Email: bdavidson@salina.com KWU ATHLETICS LOGOS POLICY Website: www.salina.com The official Kansas Wesleyan University Athletics logo is the “Power ‘Yote” (shown below). There are two new variants of the logo that are also acceptible uses of the logo for the identification of KWU Athletics. Any non-athletic graphical reference to Kansas Wesleyan should use the “Building” logo shown below.

KSNW-TV Channel 3 Sports Department Leon Liebel, Sports Anchor Phone: 316.292.1111 FAX: 316.292.1195 Email: lliebl@ksn.com or scores@ksn.com Website: www.ksn.com KAKE-TV Channel 10 Sports Department Chris Frye, Sports Anchor Phone: 316.943.4221 FAX: 316.943.5374 Email: chris.frye@kake.com or sports@kake.com Website: www.kake.com

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:

KWCH-TV, Channel 12 Sports Department Bruce Haertl, Sports Director FAX: 316.831.6180 Email: sports@kwch.com Website: www.kwch.com

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. A form for applying for a media credential is on the KWU Athletics website, www.kwucoyotes.com, under the Athletic Information Tab. 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 nonconference 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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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 2012 SCHEDULE AND SEASON PREVIEW VARSITY SCHEDULE DATE Sept. 1 SEPT. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 SEPT. 29

OPPONENT Cumberland University (Tenn.)

LOCATION Dyersburg, Tenn.

TIME 12:00 PM

OTTAWA UNIVERSITY * Sterling College * Bethany College * FRIENDS UNIVERSITY *

SALINA Sterling, Kan. Lindsborg, Kan. SALINA

7:00 PM 6:00 PM 7:00 PM 6:00 PM

Hillsboro, Kan. SALINA SALINA Winfield, Kan. SALINA Leavenworth, Kan.

2:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:30 PM 1:30 PM 1:30 PM 1:30 PM

LOCATION SALINA Atchison, Kan. SALINA Ottawa

TIME 4:00 PM 4:00 PM 4:00 PM 4:00 PM

2012 BIG RIVER BOWL

HOMECOMING / HALL OF FAME WEEKEND

Oct. 6 OCT. 13 OCT. 20 Oct. 27 NOV. 3 Nov. 10

Tabor College * SOUTHERN NAZARENE (OKLA.) BETHEL COLLEGE * Southwestern College * McPHERSON COLLEGE * University of Saint Mary *

JUNIOR VARSITY SCHEDULE DATE SEPT. 10 Oct. 1 OCT. 8 Oct. 15

OPPONENT BENEDICTINE COLLEGE Benedictine College CENTRAL METHODIST (MO.) Ottawa University

* denotes KCAC Game HOME GAMES IN BOLD, PLAYED AT SALINA STADIUM Dates, Times, Locations subject to change without prior notice, especially JV games Experience is one of the buzz words thrown around the offices of the Kansas Wesleyan football team for the 2012 season. Coming off of last year’s 5-6 record, the coaching staff, led by Dave Dallas who is entering his 16th year at the helm of the KWU program, hopes that the experience gained by a lot of players last season will carry over into this season and make it another successful one with hopes of making a run at the KCAC Championship. “I think one of the big things is that we have a bunch of guys that have been in our system for a while and know what they are doing,” he said. “Our transition from the spring to the fall is going to be huge because we had a very productive spring and the integration of new players into the system that need to be key players in key roles on both sides of the ball.”

“Even with those losses we do have some pretty good players coming back, especially on the offensive side of the ball,” Dallas said.

OFFENSE The wide receiver position might hold the most talented group of players on the team. Dallas specifically points out that returners Jeff Roberts (WR, Sr., 5-10, 180, Morgan Hill, Calif./ Gavilan College (Calif.)) and 2011 All-KCAC selection and 2012 Preseason All-KCAC selection Zach McClain (WR, Jr., 5-10, 180, Santa Paula, Calif./ Santa Paula Union HS) headline the receiving corps. Seth Myers (WR, Sr., 6-0, 185, Salina, Kan. / Highland CC (Kan.)) will also look to fit into the mix somewhere as well.

On the offensive line, the Coyotes do have to look to fill the voids left open by the graduation of Dan Pinsky and Chase Hartman, but Dallas expects Sean Grove (OL, Jr., 6-2, 280, Richardson, Texas / Pearce HS) and Nick Beth (OL, Sr., 6-3, 270, Healdsburg, Calif. / Mendocino College (Calif.)) to step into the mix along with a strong group of newcomers led by Daniel Colli (OL, Jr., 6-1, 270, Tracy, Calif. / Delta College (Calif.)), Alex Niuatoa (OL, So., 5-11, 260, Hayward, Calif. / Laney College (Calif.)) and Jason Johnstad (OL, Jr., 6-3, 290, Escalon, Calif. / Delta College (Calif.)). One of the biggest improvements that Dallas saw on the line was in Jacob McCoy (OL, Sr., 6-3, 290, Grapevine, Texas / Colleyville Heritage HS).

“McCoy is smart, he knows his position, knows the offense and probably was one of the most improved players for us “Roberts and McClain had exceptional springs for us, while during the spring,” Dallas said. “He will be key for us up Another buzz word oft heard is chemistry. Dallas feels that Seth continued to show why he is one of the best blocking front this fall.” receivers in the league for us this spring,” Dallas said. the 2012 team is one of the most cohesive groups he has had during his time at Kansas Wesleyan, and that the At the quarterback position, the Coyotes feel there is a The talent pool doesn’t stop at the wide receiver position team reminds him of the 2001 and 2002 teams that won solid group of players in the mix. Dallas feels that early on for the Coyotes. 2012 Preseason All-KCAC selection Brett KCAC Championships. returning starter Trey Dallas (QB, Jr., 6-3, 190, Salina, Kan. Giesen (RB, Sr., 5-11, 175, Laguna Niguel, Calif. / Dana / Salina Central HS) has the nod, but that other players Hills HS) headlines a talented group at tailback. Giesen “The chemistry of our team is very strong,” Dallas said. will push for the starting position. rushed for over 1300 yards last season. JaLil Turner (RB, “We don’t have those players that are only out there Sr., 6-2, 225, Bay Point, Calif. / Diablo Valley College for their selves like we have had. It reminds me of our Dallas returns to 100 percent health after missing two (Calif.)) also returns and will be at 100 percent healthchampionship teams of 2001 and 2002 a lot. It’s just a games with a hamstring injury that plagued him the rest wise, after fighting injuries all season long last year. good atmosphere in the locker room and I feel good about of the season last year. Dallas was also impressed with the effort of John-Michael the chemistry on the team.” Cook (RB, Sr., 5-8, 190, Tomball, Texas / Klein Oak HS) in “Trey was fine during the spring, and we have a great back The Coyotes return seven starters on both sides of the ball the spring and feels that he can also find a spot into the up in Steve Sorce.” and two returning starters on special teams from the 2011 lineup during the season. squad. 48 lettermen return from last year’s team. The holes Sorce (QB, Sr., 6-1, 210, Morgan Hill, Calif. / San Jose City “With Brett and JaLil in the backfield, we have the chance College (Calif.)) played in five games last season and left to fill are big on both sides of the ball as the Coyotes to have one of the best 1-2 punches at that position in the brings a wealth of experience to the position as he was a lost All-KCAC performers Ken Mitchell and Adrian Thomas KCAC this season,” Dallas said. “John-Michael Cook had on defense and former Victory Sports All-Americans Dan two-year starter in junior college. a great spring as well, giving us three seniors guys that Pinsky and Chase Hartman on offense. bring a wealth of experience to the table for us.”

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 2012 SEASON PREVIEW DEFENSE

SPECIAL TEAMS

There are a lot of players that have been around for a while on the defensive side of the ball for the Coyotes. Despite the losses of 2011 All-KCAC players Ken Mitchell and Adrian Thomas, the Coyotes have plenty of experienced players returning and plenty of other players that saw considerable time last year that can step into a starting role.

Terry Stecker (K, So., 5-10, 170, Plano, Texas / Bishop Lynch HS) will anchor the special teams for the Coyotes in 2012. The sophomore returns after hitting 90 percent of his field goal tries last season and 91 percent of his PAT tries. Stecker will most likely take over punting duties as well as Daniel Burton chose not to return this season.

“We have some players that have been around for a while, and then some that are going to have to come in and fill some voids for us too,” Dallas said. Dallas also pointed out that there have been tremendous strides made on the defensive side of the ball, as the Coyotes look to improve on that side of the ball after last year’s defense ranked ninth in the KCAC in both scoring defense (34.6) and total defense (440.4 yards/gm). The biggest concern for the Coyotes on defense will be at linebacker. One of the most significant hits is the loss of Tommy Martin (LB, Jr., 6-0, 205, Thayer, Mo. / Thayer HS) to injury during the season as he will miss the 2012 campaign. “We don’t have the depth we have had in the past at linebacker,” Dallas said. “Losing Tommy kind of hurt us from a depth perspective because that’s a position we would like to have a lot more depth at. Dallas does feel that newcomer Evan Umstead (LB, Jr., 5-9, 220, King City, Calif. / Monterey Peninsula College (Calif.)), along with returning players Brady Harwell (LB, Jr., 6-1, 220, Vega, Texas / Vega HS) and Braden Long (LB, So., 6-1, 200, Salina, Kan. / Southeast of Saline HS) will anchor the linebacker group for the Coyotes. Harwell finished the season ranked second on the team in total tackles with 103. At defensive back, the Coyotes have a strong group of returners including Kelton Reed (DB, Jr., 6-1, 175, Plano, Texas / Plano HS) and Ty Holmes (DB, Sr., 5-10, 190, Mesquite, Texas / John Horn HS). Holmes started the last three games of the season for the Coyotes in 2011. Dallas does feel that newcomer Daeon Garner () will be a strong addition this season at that position. Dallas also expects Kyle Buth (DB, Jr., 6-0, 200, Merlin, Ore. / Butte College (Calif.)), who missed 2011 with an injury to fit into the mix somewhere, along with transfer Marc Porras (DB, Jr., 5-9, 180, Stockton, Calif. / Delta College (Calif.)) at defensive back. A wealth of experienced players anchor the defensive line for the Coyotes, including Omoniyi Olayiwola (DL, Sr., 5-10, 260, Grand Prairie, Texas / Mansfield Timberview HS), Langston Kennedy (DL, Sr., 6-4, 255, Modesto, Calif. / Northwestern Oklahoma State) Connor Steinman (DL, Jr., 6-3, 275, The Woodlands, Texas / Oak Ridge HS), Robert Marshall (DL, Sr., 6-2, 230, Temecula, Calif. / Riverside College (Calif.)) and Devan Atkinson (DL, So., 6-2, 285, Spring, Texas / Spring HS). “We have a lot of depth at the defensive line positions this season,” Dallas said. “We have a lot of players that can step in and give breaks when needed so that we don’t get fatigued on the line, which will be huge at the end of games.”

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Two of Wesleyan’s last three games will be on the road as the Coyotes head to Winfield to take on Southwestern on October 27 at 1:30, before hosting McPherson College in the final home game of the season on November 3 at 1:30 p.m., at Salina Stadium. Wesleyan will wrap the regular season on November 10 in Leavenworth at 1:30 p.m., against the University of Saint Mary.

The return platoon is wide open with the graduation of the primary punt returner Ken Mitchell and the departure of Carl Caldwell at kick returner. Giesen, who returned the most kickoffs for the Coyotes last year, is a candidate to return at that position, but Dallas feels they may go a different direction to have Giesen concentrate solely on offense.

THE LEAGUE

Jeff Roberts will also fit into the mix to return kicks, but Dallas feels that newcomer Lee Stewart (WR, Jr., 6-0, 185, Los Angeles, Calif. / LA Southwest College (Calif.)) will definitely be in the mix as a returner.

“Ottawa will contend again, and I also think Friends will be in the mix,” Dallas said. “We also have a chance to be right there as well.”

“Lee is an exceptional athlete,” Dallas said. “He has incredible speed and agility and can be a difference maker on special teams for us.”

THE SCHEDULE

Dallas feels that the road to the KCAC Championship this season is wide open, but can’t count out the Coyotes to fit into the mix somewhere. He also feels that Ottawa will be in the mix as well to win a second KCAC Championship in three years.

The KCAC will kick off its 2012 slate on August 25 when Ottawa hosts Baker at 6 p.m., and Tabor is at Bacone (Okla.) at 7 p.m. Southwestern heads to Orange City, Iowa on August 30 to play Northwestern College. The majority of the conference kicks its season off on September 1 with seven games scheduled for that weekend around the conference.

Wesleyan opens the season in the Big River Bowl in Dyersburg, Tenn., on September 1 against Cumberland (Tenn.) University. This is the second season for the Coyotes and the rest of the KCAC in which teams are allowed the maximum 11 game scheduling slate, which provides for two nonconference games in addition to the nine KCAC contests. The Big River Bowl was last held in 2010, but was not held last year when one of the teams scheduled to participate backed out at the last minute. The Coyotes will take on Cumberland at Noon in Dyersburg, Tenn., at J.C. Sawyer Stadium. The Bulldogs were 7-3 in 2011, including a 4-2 mark in the Mid-South Conference. Cumberland had two wins over nationally ranked opponents, 21-17 over No. 22 Shorter (Ga.) on October 8 and 36-34 against No. 14 Bethel (Tenn.) on October 22, that were part of a 6-game winning streak for the Bulldogs. The Bulldogs are ranked No. 23 in the NAIA Top 25 Spring Coaches’ Poll. Wesleyan opens the home and KCAC portion of the schedule on September 8 when the Coyotes host Ottawa University at 7 p.m., at Salina Stadium. Kansas Conference play continues for the Coyotes the next three weeks as they are on the road at Sterling on September 15 at 6 p.m., and in Lindsborg to take on Bethany on September 22 at 7 p.m. Wesleyan returns home on September 29 for Homecoming 2012, hosting Friends University at 6 p.m., at Salina Stadium. The Coyotes are back on the road on October 6, heading to Hillsboro to take on the Tabor Bluejays at 2 p.m., at Joel Wiens Stadium. The next two games for the Coyotes are at home as Wesleyan steps out of KCAC play one final time in 2012 to host Southern Nazarene (Okla.) at 7 p.m., at Salina Stadium on October 13, and then hosts Bethel College at 1:30 p.m., on October 20.

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 2012 OPPONENTS

CUMBERLAND CUM CU MBERLA MBE LAND UNIVE UNIVERSITY VERRSI RSITY ITY

ALL-TIME SERIES (27-41-4, OU leads)

OTTAWA UNIVERSITY

Game 1 · SSept. ept.t. 1 · DDyersburg, ep yers ye rsbu b rg rg, Tenn.

Game 2 · Sept. 8 · Salina

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ...............................Lebanon, Tenn. Nickname .......................................Bulldogs Colors .................................Cardinal / White Enrollment........................................... 1491 Conference .................................. Mid-South Stadium ....................... Nokes-Lasater Field Athletic Director ..........................Ron Pavan President ............................Dr. Harvill Eaton

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

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach ................... Dewayne Alexander Alma Mater.......................... Tennessee Tech Overall Record ......................... 33-30 / 6 yrs School Record.......................... 33-30 / 6 yrs 2011 Record ...........................................7-3 2011 Conf Record........... 4-2 / Tie 2nd-West

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach .......................... Kent Kessinger Alma Mater......................................Bethany Overall Record ......................... 49-34 / 8 yrs School Record.......................... 49-34 / 8 yrs 2011 Record ...........................................9-2 2011 KCAC Record .........................9-0 / 1st

SPORTS INFORMATION SID ..........................................JoJo Freeman Phone .................................... 615.547.1350 EMail ................ jfreeman@cumberland.edu FAX ........................................ 615.444.2569 Website ............gocumberlandathletics.com

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

SERIES INFORMATION Last Meeting ........................FIRST MEETING Result.....................................................N/A All-Time Series .......................................0-0

2012 SCHEDULE 8/25 Baker (Kan.) 9/8 at Kansas Wesleyan 9/15 Saint Mary 9/29 at Tabor 10/6 Southwestern 10/13 McPherson 10/20 at Sterling 10/27 Bethany 11/3 Friends 11/10 at Bethel

2012 SCHEDULE 9/1 vs. Kansas Wesleyan 12:00 9/8 Univ. of Cumberlands (Ky.) 1:30 9/15 Belhaven (Miss.) 1:30 9/22 at Virginia-Wise 5:00 9/29 at Pikeville (Ky.) 12:30 10/6 Union (Ky.) 1:30 10/13 at Faulkner (Ala.) 1:30 10/20 Campbellsville (Ky.) 6:00 10/27 at Bethel (Tenn.) 1:30 11/3 Bluefield (Va.) 1:30 11/10 at Lindsey-Wilson (Ky.) 1:30

DEWAYNE ALEXANDER HEAD COACH

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KENT KESSINGER HEAD COACH

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10/19/1908 9/23/1909 10/19/1928 11/15/1929 11/27/1930 10/23/1931 10/21/1932 10/20/1933 10/19/1934 10/18/1935 10/16/1936 10/22/1937 10/21/1938 10/18/1939 10/18/1940 10/18/1941 10/17/1942 10/11/1946 10/10/1947 10/9/1948 10/7/1949 10/14/1950 10/12/1951 10/11/1952 10/10/1953 10/9/1954 10/15/1955 10/13/1956 10/12/1957 10/11/1958 10/19/1959 10/15/1960 10/14/1961 10/20/1962 10/19/1963 10/17/1964 10/16/1965 10/15/1966 10/14/1967 10/19/1968 11/8/1969 11/7/1970 11/6/1982 11/5/1983 11/3/1984 11/9/1985 11/8/1986 11/7/1987 11/12/1988 11/11/1989 10/20/1990 10/26/1991 10/10/1992 10/9/1993 10/15/1994 10/14/1995 10/15/1996 10/25/1997 10/26/1998 10/9/1999 10/7/2000 10/6/2001 10/19/2002 10/18/2003 10/23/2004 10/1/2005 9/30/2006 10/6/2007 10/11/2008 10/31/2009 10/30/2010 9/10/2011

at Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa at Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa Ottawa at Ottawa

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L 5-30 L 2-6 W 13-0 W 26-19 W 47-0 W 25-6 L 0-13 L 0-21 W 10-0 W 21-6 W 38-0 W 9-0 L 6-12 T 0-0 T 6-6 L 6-7 T 0-0 T 0-0 L 0-27 L 0-6 L 7-12 L 0-16 L 0-38 L 13-34 W 32-18 L 6-13 W 13-7 W 53-0 W 14-7 W 14-7 L 6-20 L 20-39 L 13-38 L 12-13 L 0-28 L 0-34 L 6-27 L 0-40 L 6-29 W 23-14 W 7-6 L 6-33 W 40-30 W 20-0 L 0-52 L 12-38 W 16-13 W 24-3 W 35-22 W 29-21 L 13-36 W 20-19 L 0-24 L 30-49 L 0-2 (21-18) L 0-2 (24-22) W 15-10 L 8-50 W 21-14 L 7-48 L 23-24 L 27-30 W 21-0 L 14-49 L 26-27 2OT W 32-14 W 42-19 L 14-34 L 7-14 L 10-42 L 45-49 L 19-44

STERLING COLLEGE

Game 3 · Sept. 15 · Sterling GENERAL INFORMATION Location ................................. Sterling, Kan. Nickname ....................................... Warriors Colors .......................Navy / Crimson / White Enrollment............................................. 600 Conference ..........................................KCAC Stadium ............................. Smisor Stadium Athletic Director ........................ Gary Kempf President ..........................Dr. Paul J. Maurer FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach ............................Andy Lambert Alma Mater....................Trinity International Overall Record ....................... 75-78 / 15 yrs School Record.......................... 46-34 / 7 yrs 2011 Record .........................................1-10 2011 KCAC Record ...................... 1-8 / 10th SPORTS INFORMATION SID ............................................Hans Nickel Phone .................................... 620.278.4656 EMail ..........................hnickel@sterling.edu FAX ........................................ 620.278.4319 Website ................................scwarriors.com 2012 SCHEDULE 9/1 at Benedictine (Kan.) 9/8 at Tabor 9/15 Kansas Wesleyan 9/22 at Southwestern 9/29 Saint Mary 10/13 at Bethel 10/20 Ottawa 10/27 at Friends 11/3 at Bethany 11/10 McPherson

ANDY LAMBERT HEAD COACH

2012 FOOTBALL MEDIA GUIDE

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY ALL-TIME SERIES (40-30-3 KWU leads)

ALL-TIME SERIES (39-55-5, BTHY leads)

10/28/1905 1907 1908 1909 1914 10/27/1914 11/25/1915 1916 10/11/1917 1919 1920 1921 1922 1928 1934 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1969 1970 1971 1972 10/6/1973 10/12/1974 10/11/1975 1976 10/8/1977 10/7/1978 1979 1980 10/24/1981 10/23/1982 10/29/1983 10/27/1984 9/21/1985 1986 10/10/1987 9/17/1988 9/16/1989 10/27/1990 11/2/1991 9/19/1992 9/18/1993 11/5/1994 11/4/1995 10/12/1996 1997 9/26/1998 9/25/1999 9/16/2000 9/15/2001 9/28/2002 9/27/2003 9/9/2004 11/5/2005 11/4/2006 10/27/2007 11/1/2008 10/24/2009 10/23/2010 9/17/2011

11/13/1893 10/13/1894 1894 10/6/1903 1915 1915 11/30/1916 1917 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 9/28/1951 9/26/1952 9/26/1953 9/24/1954 10/1/1955 9/28/1956 9/28/1957 9/26/1958 1959 10/1/1960 9/30/1961 10/6/1962 10/5/1963 10/3/1964 10/2/1965 10/1/1966 9/30/1967 10/5/1968 11/15/1969 11/14/1970 10/30/1971 10/28/1972 10/27/1973 11/2/1974 11/1/1975 10/30/1976 10/29/1977 10/28/1978 10/13/1979 10/18/1980 11/14/1981 11/13/1982 9/24/1983 9/22/1984 10/5/1985 10/4/1986 10/31/1987

Sterling Sterling Sterling Sterling Sterling Sterling Sterling + Sterling + Sterling + Sterling + Sterling + Sterling + Sterling + Sterling + Sterling Sterling Sterling Sterling Sterling Sterling Sterling * Sterling * Sterling * Sterling * Sterling * Sterling * Sterling * Sterling * Sterling * Sterling Sterling C Sterling Sterling * Sterling * at Sterling * Sterling * Sterling * Sterling * Sterling * Sterling * Sterling * Sterling * at Sterling * Sterling * Sterling * Sterling * Sterling * Sterling * at Sterling * Sterling * at Sterling * at Sterling * Sterling * at Sterling * Sterling * Sterling * at Sterling * at Sterling * Sterling * at Sterling * Sterling * Sterling * Sterling * Sterling * at Sterling * at Sterling * Sterling * at Sterling * at Sterling * Sterling * at Sterling * Sterling * Sterling *

W 6-5 L 0-5 W 33-6 W 35-6 W 14-13 L 0-33 L 0-6 L 0-6 L 3-14 W 13-0 T 0-0 L 0-6 W 7-0 W 26-6 W 37-0 W 24-0 W 20-0 W 7-0 T 0-0 W 14-0 W 43-13 W 33-7 L 21-25 W 33-28 W 28-26 L 13-28 W 46-14 W 19-6 L 13-14 W 18-13 W 34-21 W 10-7 W 14-3 T 7-7 L 7-20 W 13-11 L 14-33 L 13-24 L 0-6 L 26-33 L 7-21 W 14-13 L 12-53 W 40-12 W 23-21 L 7-30 L 0-29 W 26-20 W 26-14 W 31-6 W 13-3 W 27-14 W 17-15 W 24-18 L 14-38 L 0-2( 38-7) L 0-2 (36-0) W 25-8 L 0-2 (36-20) L 7-14 2OT W 30-13 W 35-12 W 42-13 W 31-6 W 13-7 L 19-34 L 10-18 L 28-34 OT L 15-37 L 19-26 L 18-28 L 21-22 W 24-21

BETHANY COLLEGE

Game 4 路 Sept. 22 路 Lindsborg 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 FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach .............................. Jamie Cruce Alma Mater......................................Bethany Overall Record ......................... 23-27 / 5 yrs School Record.......................... 23-27 / 5 yrs 2011 Record ...........................................8-3 2011 KCAC Record ........................ 6-3 / 3rd SPORTS INFORMATION SID ........................................ Beth Cormack Phone ......................785.227.3380 ext 8184 EMail .................. cormackb@bethanylb.edu FAX ........................................ 785.227.2021 Website ........................bethanyswedes.com 2012 SCHEDULE 9/1 at Southwest Assemblies (Texas) 9/8 McPherson 9/15 at Bethel 9/22 Kansas Wesleyan 9/29 Avila (Mo.) 10/6 at Saint Mary 10/13 Tabor 10/20 at Friends 10/27 at Ottawa 11/3 Sterling 11/10 Southwestern

JAMIE CRUCE HEAD COACH

WWW.KWUCOYOTES.COM

6:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 2:00 1:30 1:30 3:00 1:30 1:30 1:30

at Bethany Bethany at Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany at Bethany Bethany at Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany at Bethany Bethany at Bethany Bethany at Bethany Bethany at Bethany Bethany at Bethany Bethany at Bethany at Bethany Bethany Bethany at Bethany Bethany at Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany at Bethany at Bethany Bethany at Bethany Bethany at Bethany Bethany at Bethany Bethany Bethany

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48-0 12-24 16-6 0-40 7-0 20-6 0-20 0-13 7-0 0-22 6-16 0-20 0-14 14-0 3-21 0-17 35-0 0-13 12-0 7-7 0-0 33-0 27-6 13-6 21-7 7-2 0-7 0-14 6-7 13-0 26-19 0-0 13-14 0-6 0-19 0-26 14-14 14-7 14-19 0-13 21-0 32-6 39-7 26-7 0-13 7-7 20-19 27-14 14-0 7-23 0-19 13-27 13-41 34-14 40-7 39-13 15-14 6-3 0-20 3-37 0-21 21-6 0-25 0-20 0-41 7-41 20-12 6-34 35-34 7-23 0-21 7-24 27-21 15-49

10/1/1988 9/30/1989 11/10/1990 11/16/1991 10/3/1992 10/2/1993 9/24/1994 9/23/1995 11/16/1996 1997 11/7/1998 11/6/1999 10/28/2000 11/2/2000 10/27/2001 11/9/2002 11/8/2003 11/13/2004 11/12/2005 11/11/2006 11/3/2007 11/8/2008 10/3/2009 10/2/2010 9/24/2011

at Bethany Bethany Bethany at Bethany at Bethany Bethany at Bethany Bethany Bethany Bethany at Bethany Bethany at Bethany Bethany Bethany at Bethany Bethany at Bethany at Bethany Bethany at Bethany Bethany Bethany at Bethany Bethany

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6-28 3-15 21-28 7-13 17-24 24-31 13-19 20-41 6-22 0-42 0-23 20-42 6-7 0-20 29-26 21-13 18-19 2-0 (7-30) 28-25 31-16 13-27 38-7 21-27 66-49 0-25

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY

FRIENDS UNIVERSITY

Game 5 路 Sept. 29 路 Salina 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. T.J. Arant FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach .............................. Monty Lewis Alma Mater...................Southwestern (Kan.) Overall Record ..................... 123-60 / 18 yrs School Record.......................... 63-28 / 9 yrs 2010 Record .......................................... 5-5 2010 KCAC Record ...................5-4 / Tie-4th SPORTS INFORMATION SID .......................................Scott Robinson Phone .................................... 316.295.5116 EMail ........sports_information@friends.edu FAX ........................................ 316.295.5030 Website ....................... friendsathletics.com 2012 SCHEDULE 9/1 at Evangel (Mo.) 9/8 Saint Mary 9/15 Southern Nazarene (Okla.) 9/22 at McPherson 9/29 at Kansas Wesleyan 10/6 Bethel 10/13 at Southwestern 10/20 Bethany 10/27 Sterling 11/3 at Ottawa 11/10 at Tabor

MONTY LEWIS HEAD COACH

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ALL-TIME SERIES (33-35-1, FRND leads)

ALL-TIME SERIES (27-16, KWU leads)

1914 10/19/1915 1917 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1971 1972 9/15/1973 9/21/1974 9/20/1975 1976 9/17/1977 9/16/1978 1979 1980 10/31/1981 10/30/1982 10/15/1983 11/10/1984 10/26/1985 1986 9/19/1987 10/29/1988 10/28/1989 9/15/1990 9/21/1991 10/31/1992 10/30/1993 10/8/1994 10/7/1995 9/21/1996 1997 11/14/1998 11/13/1999 11/4/2000 11/3/2001 11/12/2002 11/11/2003 11/16/2004 9/17/2005 9/16/2006 10/13/2007 10/18/2008 11/7/2009 11/6/2010 10/1/2011

1969 1970 1971 1972 9/29/1973 10/5/1974 10/4/1975 1976 10/1/1977 9/30/1978 1979 1980 10/17/1981 10/16/1982 10/22/1983 10/20/1984 11/16/1985 1986 10/3/1987 11/5/1988 11/4/1989 9/29/1990 10/5/1991 10/24/1992 10/23/1993 11/12/1994 11/11/1995 10/5/1996 1997 10/3/1998 10/2/1999 10/21/2000 10/20/2001 10/5/2002 10/4/2003 10/2/2004 9/10/2005 9/9/2006 11/10/2007 11/15/2008 9/12/2009 9/11/2010 10/8/2011

Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends at Friends Friends Friends Friends at Friends Friends Friends Friends at Friends at Friends Friends at Friends Friends Friends at Friends Friends at Friends Friends at Friends Friends Friends at Friends at Friends Friends at Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends at Friends at Friends Friends at Friends at Friends Friends Friends at Friends at Friends

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L 0-19 W 13-7 L 0-14 L 0-12 L 0-27 L 0-36 L 0-16 L 0-6 L 0-6 W 7-0 L 7-13 W 13-7 W 33-20 W 20-14 W 33-7 W 63-6 W 40-7 W 27-0 W 27-7 W 50-20 W 16-0 T 0-0 W 27-7 W 21-7 W 33-23 L 0-14 W 12-7 L 13-21 W 20-7 L 19-26 L 0-24 L 19-42 L 32-41 L 0-20 L 13-21 L 0-21 L 34-35 W 27-3 L 15-42 W 18-3 L 3-17 L 6-24 W 21-8 W 23-8 W 21-12 W 62-15 W 20-0 L 7-17 L 7-38 L 3-29 W 23-17 OT L 7-24 L 0-2 (55-32) L 14-21 L 6-12 W 32-17 L 7-26 W 29-18 W 26-19 W 36-0 L 8-21 W 17-7 W 24-21 W 20-18 L 10-20 L 30-42 L 10-22 W 36-33 L 26-63

TABOR COLLEGE

Game 6 路 Oct. 6 路 Hillsboro 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 FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach .............................Mike Gardner Alma Mater......................................... Baker Overall Record ......................... 52-34 / 8 yrs School Record.......................... 27-16 / 4 yrs 2011 Record ...........................................3-7 2011 KCAC Record ...................2-7 / Tie-8th SPORTS INFORMATION SID .....................................Anthony Monson Phone ......................620.947.3121 ext 1603 EMail ......................... anthonym@tabor.edu FAX ........................................ 620.947.3789 Website ...........................taborbluejays.com 2012 SCHEDULE 8/25 at Bacone (Okla.) 9/8 Sterling 9/15 Haskell (Kan.) 9/22 at Saint Mary 9/29 Ottawa 10/6 Kansas Wesleyan 10/13 at Bethany 10/20 at McPherson 10/27 Bethel 11/3 at Southwestern 11/10 Friends

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Tabor Tabor Tabor Tabor Tabor at Tabor Tabor Tabor Tabor at Tabor Tabor Tabor Tabor at Tabor at Tabor Tabor at Tabor Tabor Tabor at Tabor Tabor at Tabor Tabor Tabor at Tabor Tabor at Tabor Tabor Tabor at Tabor Tabor Tabor at Tabor at Tabor Tabor Tabor Tabor at Tabor Tabor at Tabor Tabor at Tabor Tabor

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MIKE GARDNER HEAD COACH

2012 FOOTBALL MEDIA GUIDE

W 49-6 W 40-13 W 28-6 W 20-13 L 0-3 L 22-24 W 28-8 W 41-6 W 20-3 L 7-9 L 7-14 W 43-29 L 21-31 W 17-8 L 7-10 L 23-31 L 10-13 W 62-7 W 41-21 W 34-0 W 49-6 W 37-14 L 13-16 W 36-14 L 25-27 L 0-2 (32-20) W 33-28 W 36-12 L 0-2 (15-12) W 45-6 W 72-0 W 37-24 W 41-27 L 6-25 L 28-30 L 6-21 L 13-32 W 21-17 W 38-7 W 63-34 W 35-19 W 23-20 W 34-15


KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY ALL-TIME SERIES (50-24-2, KWU leads)

SOUTHERN NAZARENE

BETHEL COLLEGE

Game 7 路 Oct. 13 路 Salina

Game 8 路 Oct. 20 路 Salina

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ................................Bethany, Okla. Nickname ............................. Crimson Storm Colors ................................. Crimson / White Enrollment........................................... 2050 Conference .............. Central States Football Stadium .................... SNU Football Stadium Athletic Director ......................Bobby Martin President .........................Dr. Loren Gresham

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

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach ............................ Mike Cochran Alma Mater......................................Bethany Overall Record ....................... 84-39 / 11 yrs School Record.......................... 38-27 / 6 yrs 2011 Record ...........................................9-3 2010 Conf Record.....................4-1 / Tie-1st

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach .............................Travis Graber Alma Mater..............................Kansas State Overall Record ........................... 2-19 / 2 yrs School Record............................ 2-19 / 2 yrs 2010 Record ...........................................2-9 2010 KCAC Record ...................... 2-7 / 10th

SPORTS INFORMATION SID ......................................... David Noblett Phone .................................... 405.491.6619 EMail .............................. dnoblett@snu.edu FAX ........................................ 405.306.6387 Website ............................ snuathletics.com

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

SERIES INFORMATION Last Meeting .......................... Sept. 3, 2011 Result.............................................. L 23-52 All-Time Series .......................................0-1

2012 SCHEDULE 9/1 William Penn (Iowa) 11:30AM 9/8 at Southwestern 7:00 9/15 Bethany 7:00 9/22 at Southern Nazarene (Okla.) 6:00 9/29 McPherson 7:00 10/6 at Friends 1:30 10/13 Sterling 7:00 10/20 at Kansas Wesleyan 1:30 10/27 at Tabor 1:30 11/3 Saint Mary 1:30 11/10 Ottawa 1:30

2012 SCHEDULE 9/1 at Henderson State (Ark.) 9/8 at East Central (Okla.) 9/15 at Friends 9/22 Harding (Ark.) 9/29 at Langston (Okla.) 10/6 McMurry (Texas) 10/13 at Kansas Wesleyan 10/20 at Southern Arkansas 10/27 at Southwestern Okla. State 11/3 at Northwestern Okla. State 11/10 Shepherd Bible (Ark.)

MIKE COCHRAN HEAD COACH

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TRAVIS GRABER HEAD COACH

WWW.KWUCOYOTES.COM

1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 11/14/1930 1931 1939 1940 1941 1942 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 11/10/1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1971 1972 9/22/1973 9/28/1974 9/27/1975 1976 9/24/1977 9/23/1978 1979 1980 9/19/1981 9/18/1982 11/12/1983 11/10/1984 10/12/1985 1986 9/26/1987 9/24/1988 9/23/1989 11/3/1990 11/9/1991 9/26/1992 9/25/1993 9/17/1994 9/26/1995 11/9/1996 1997 10/31/1998 10/30/1999 9/23/2000 9/22/2001 11/2/2002 11/1/2003 11/6/2004 10/29/2005 11/11/2006 9/8/2007 9/13/2008 9/26/2009 9/25/2010 10/22/2011

Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel at Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel at Bethel at Bethel Bethel at Bethel Bethel at Bethel Bethel at Bethel Bethel at Bethel Bethel at Bethel Bethel at Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel at Bethel Bethel at Bethel Bethel at Bethel Bethel Bethel at Bethel Bethel at Bethel at Bethel Bethel at Bethel

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27-7 27-0 19-0 33-0 52-0 45-0 40-0 51-0 14-13 13-0 6-0 6-0 6-0 12-0 13-7 44-6 53-0 27-19 27-6 13-13 27-27 26-7 26-21 7-12 14-39 14-12 6-33 32-13 6-13 18-7 19-7 31-0 46-0 41-7 42-7 27-0 20-6 0-3 10-17 2-0 FFT 14-24 9-53 21-7 8-10 28-34 13-0 13-10 0-28 19-47 15-42 9-14 14-11 31-14 17-3 10-0 7-20 30-6 16-13 0-2 (33-7) 0-2 (28-0) 6-27 7-43 2-0 (7-10) 10-37 7-9 20-13 42-0 41-28 35-21 21-17 3-10 8-13 6-17 19-14 45-0 68-7

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY ALL-TIME SERIES (21-35-2, SWC leads)

SOUTHWESTERN COLLEGE Game 9 路 Oct. 27 路 Winfield

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 FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach ...........................Ken Crandall Alma Mater........................ Fort Hays State Overall Record ...................38-108 / 14 yrs School Record........................15-36 / 5 yrs 2011 Record .........................................5-6 2011 KCAC Record ................ 4-5 / Tie-7th SPORTS INFORMATION SID ...................................... Jason Jeschke Phone .................................. 620.259.6218 EMail .............. jason.jeschke@sckans.edu FAX ...................................... 620.229.6124 Website .........................buildersports.com 2012 SCHEDULE 8/30 at Northwestern (Iowa) 9/8 Bethel 9/15 at McPherson 9/22 Sterling 9/29 at Haskell (Kan.) 10/6 at Ottawa 10/13 Friends 10/20 at Saint Mary 10/27 Kansas Wesleyan 11/3 Tabor 11/10 at Bethany

KEN CRANDALL HEAD COACH

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1950 1951 1952 1953 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1971 1972 11/10/1973 11/16/1974 11/15/1975 1976 11/12/1977 11/11/1978 1979 1980 9/26/1981 9/25/1982 10/8/1983 10/6/1984 10/19/1985 1986 11/14/1987 9/10/1988 9/9/1989 9/22/1990 9/28/1991 11/14/1992 11/13/1993 10/22/1994 11/21/1995 9/28/1996 1997 9/19/1998 9/18/1998 11/11/2000 11/10/2001 9/21/2002 9/20/2003 9/25/2004 10/8/2005 10/7/2006 9/29/2007 10/4/2008 11/14/2009 11/13/2010 10/29/2011

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L 13-27 W 14-7 W 21-19 L 14-32 L 21-32 W 27-7 T 6-6 L 13-21 L 7-28 L 0-14 L 0-26 L 0-66 L 0-6 L 0-6 L 12-42 L 13-30 W 14-9 W 21-7 L 0-6 L 21-31 W 34-21 W 27-23 L 15-29 L 9-17 L 7-20 W 9-7 W 24-6 T 42-42 L 0-14 L 0-28 L 7-49 L 3-30 L 7-22 L 11-17 L 11-42 L 0-20 W 14-0 L 0-55 L 20-51 L 20-28 L 0-2 (25-20) L 13-35 L 9-30 L 13-44 L 0-28 L 7-13 W 17-14 W 33-14 W 15-7 W 36-14 L 24-34 W 35-17 W 38-6 W 44-14 W 40-0 W 33-0 W 72-48 W 45-35

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McPHERSON COLLEGE

Game 10 路 Nov. 3 路 Salina GENERAL INFORMATION Location ............................ McPherson, Kan. Nickname .......................................Bulldogs Colors ........................................ Red / White Enrollment............................................. 520 Conference ..........................................KCAC Stadium ....................... McPherson Stadium Athletic Director .........................Doug Quint President .........................Michael Schneider FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach .............................Pete Sterbick Alma Mater........................Augustana (S.D.) Overall Record ........................................0-0 School Record.........................................0-0 2011 Record ...........................................4-7 2011 KCAC Record ..................4-5 / Tie-6th SPORTS INFORMATION SID ............................................. Aric Cherry Phone .................................... 620.242.0431 EMail .................... cherrya@mcpherson.edu FAX ........................................ 620.245.9438 Website ............................macbulldogs.com 2012 SCHEDULE 9/1 Missouri Valley 9/8 at Bethany 9/15 Southwestern 9/22 Friends 9/29 at Bethel 10/13 at Ottawa 10/20 Tabor 10/27 Saint Mary 11/3 at Kansas Wesleyan 11/10 at Sterling

PETE STERBICK HEAD COACH

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1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 10/21/1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 10/13/1973 10/19/1974 10/18/1975 1976 10/15/1977 10/14/1978 1979 1980 10/10/1981 10/9/1982 10/1/1983 9/29/1984 11/2/1985 1986 10/17/1987 10/15/1988 10/14/1989 10/6/1990 10/12/1991 10/17/1992 10/16/1993 10/29/1994 10/28/1995 11/1/1996 1997 10/24/1998 10/23/1999 10/14/2000 10/13/2001 10/26/2002 10/25/2003 10/10/2004 10/22/2005 10/21/2006 9/15/2007 9/20/2008 10/17/2009 10/16/2010 11/5/2011

McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson at McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson at McPherson McPherson McPherson at McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson at McPherson McPherson McPherson at McPherson at McPherson McPherson at McPherson McPherson at McPherson McPherson McPherson at McPherson McPherson at McPherson McPherson at McPherson at McPherson at McPherson McPherson at McPherson McPherson McPherson at McPherson at McPherson

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T 14-14 L 0-19 L 10-13 L 0-8 W 6-0 W 23-3 W 35-0 W 21-6 W 29-0 W 45-0 W 47-0 W 19-0 L 0-6 L 6-7 T 0-0 T 0-0 L 0-3 L 7-12 L 13-14 W 37-0 W 27-0 W 14-0 L 0-28 W 26-0 W 45-2 W 54-7 W 20-19 L 14-19 L 14-38 L 6-61 W 44-25 L 12-32 W 41-20 W 33-14 L 0-19 W 7-6 T 13-13 W 2-0 (6-33) L 12-13 L 0-24 L 12-18 W 28-13 L 7-24 W 20-14 W 60-6 W 54-14 W 55-7 W 35-14 W 20-14 W 20-6 L 20-24 W 20-0 L 7-35 W 21-7 L 0-27 L 10-35 W 24-22 W 34-27 W 14-13 W 14-13 L 6-20 W 45-14 W 45-8 W 60-8 L 34-35 L 17-20 W 54-7 W 30-23 L 30-32 W 29-22 L 0-2 (56-7) L 0-2 (62-35) L 14-39 L 12-27 W 27-21 L 7-21 W 42-6 W 44-0 W 28-19 L 11-21 W 20-7 W 20-17 W 40-7 W 31-26 W 38-10 L 38-52 L 42-56 W 38-37

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY ALL-TIME SERIES (11-1, KWU leads) 9/30/2000 9/29/2001 11/16/2002 11/15/2003 9/18/2004 9/24/2005 9/23/2006 10/20/2007 10/25/2008 10/19/2009 9/18/2010 11/12/2011

UNIVERSITY OF SAINT MARY

Game 11 路 Nov. 10 路 Leavenworth

Saint Mary Saint Mary at Saint Mary Saint Mary at Saint Mary at Saint Mary Saint Mary Saint Mary at Saint Mary at Saint Mary Saint Mary Saint Mary

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 ............................ Lance Hinson Alma Mater........................... Northern Texas Overall Record ......................... 28-40 / 7 yrs School Record.......................... 28-40 / 7 yrs 2011 Record ...........................................7-4 2011 KCAC Record ........................7-2 / 2nd SPORTS INFORMATION SID ............................................ Mike Basler Phone .................................... 913.758.4339 EMail ..........................baslerm@stmary.edu FAX ........................................ 913.758.6313 Website ...................................gospires.com 2012 SCHEDULE 9/1 at Nebraska Wesleyan 9/8 at Friends 9/15 at Ottawa 9/22 Tabor 9/29 at Sterling 10/6 Bethany 10/13 William Penn (Iowa) 10/20 Southwestern 10/27 at McPherson 11/3 at Bethel 11/10 Kansas Wesleyan

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41-18 39-21 34-31 22-21 34-21 10-7 3-0 27-12 28-26 10-7 59-17 16-21

2012 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

8/25 ...................Baker (Kan.) at Ottawa .................................................................... 6:00 Tabor at Bacone (Okla.).................................................................... 7:00 8/30 ...................Southwestern at Northwestern (Iowa) .............................................. 6:00 9/1 .....................William Penn (Iowa) at Bethel ........................................................ 11:30 Kansas Wesleyan vs Cumberland (Tenn.) ....................................... 12:00 Saint Mary at Nebraska Wesleyan .................................................... 1:00 Sterling at Benedictine (Kan.) .......................................................... 1:00 Bethany at Southwestern Assemblies (Texas) .................................. 6:00 Friends at Evangel (Mo.) .................................................................. 6:00 Missouri Valley at McPherson ........................................................... 6:00 9/8 .....................Bethel at Southwestern .................................................................... 7:00 McPherson at Bethany ..................................................................... 7:00 Ottawa at Kansas Wesleyan ............................................................. 7:00 Saint Mary at Friends ....................................................................... 7:00 Sterling at Tabor .............................................................................. 7:00 9/15 ...................Kansas Wesleyan at Sterling ............................................................ 6:00 Saint Mary at Ottawa ....................................................................... 6:00 Bethany at Bethel ............................................................................ 7:00 Haskell (Kan.) at Tabor..................................................................... 7:00 Southern Nazarene (Okla.) at Friends............................................... 7:00 Southwestern at McPherson ............................................................. 7:00 9/22 ...................Tabor at Saint Mary .......................................................................... 1:30 Bethel at Southern Nazarene (Okla.) ................................................ 6:00 Sterling at Southwestern.................................................................. 6:00 Friends at McPherson....................................................................... 7:00 Kansas Wesleyan at Bethany............................................................ 7:00 9/29 ...................Avila (Mo.) at Bethany ...................................................................... 2:00 Friends at Kansas Wesleyan ............................................................. 6:00 Saint Mary at Sterling ...................................................................... 6:00 McPherson at Bethel ........................................................................ 7:00 Ottawa at Tabor ............................................................................... 7:00 Southwestern at Haskell (Kan.) ........................................................ 7:00 10/6 ...................Bethany at Saint Mary ...................................................................... 1:30 Bethel at Friends .............................................................................. 1:30 Kansas Wesleyan at Tabor ................................................................ 2:00 Southwestern at Ottawa................................................................... 7:00 10/13 .................Friends at Southwestern .................................................................. 1:30 Tabor at Bethany .............................................................................. 1:30 William Penn (Iowa) at Saint Mary ................................................... 1:30 McPherson at Ottawa ....................................................................... 7:00 Southern Nazarene (Okla.) at Kansas Wesleyan ............................... 7:00 Sterling at Bethel ............................................................................. 7:00 10/20 .................Bethel at Kansas Wesleyan .............................................................. 1:30 Ottawa at Sterling ............................................................................ 1:30 Southwestern at Saint Mary ............................................................. 1:30 Tabor at McPherson .......................................................................... 1:30 Bethany at Friends ........................................................................... 3:00 10/27 .................Bethany at Ottawa ........................................................................... 1:30 Bethel at Tabor ................................................................................. 1:30 Kansas Wesleyan at Southwestern ................................................... 1:30 Saint Mary at McPherson ................................................................. 1:30 Sterling at Friends ........................................................................... 1:30 11/3 ...................Friends at Ottawa ............................................................................ 1:30 McPherson at Kansas Wesleyan ....................................................... 1:30 Saint Mary at Bethel ........................................................................ 1:30 Sterling at Bethany .......................................................................... 1:30 Tabor at Southwestern ..................................................................... 1:30 11/10 .................Friends at Tabor ............................................................................... 1:30 Kansas Wesleyan at Saint Mary........................................................ 1:30 McPherson at Sterling ...................................................................... 1:30 Ottawa at Bethel .............................................................................. 1:30 Southwestern at Bethany ................................................................. 1:30

LANCE HINSON HEAD COACH

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY HEAD COACH DAVE DALLAS DALLAS COACHING RECORDS 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 AT OTTAWA 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 AT KWU TOTAL

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WIN 3 5 5 5 6 6 7 1 38 0 6 2 7 8 8 4 5 8 8 5 6 5 7 5 84 122

LOSS 7 5 5 3 4 4 3 8 39 9 3 7 4 3 3 6 5 2 2 5 4 5 3 6 67 106

TIE 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Dave Dallas begins his 15th 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 84-67 record with the Coyotes, good enough for third all-time in total coaching wins at KWU. Dallas’ overall coaching record is 122-106-1 in 22 years, 14 at KWU and eight at KCAC rival Ottawa University, where he was 38-39-1. Since coming to KWU, Dallas has captured two KCAC Championships in 2001 and 2002, and guided the Coyotes to their only two NAIA Post Season Championship berths in those same years. Dallas was named the 2001 KCAC Coach of the Year. During his tenure at Wesleyan, Dallas has coached six NAIA All-Americans, and over 300 All-KCAC players, including seven KCAC Players of the Year. One of Dallas’ team goals is for the players to complete their degrees, and Dallas has coached over 35 NAIA Scholar 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 38-39-1 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; and two grandchildren - Hayden and Cooper.

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY ASSISTANT COACHES CHRIS SNYDER OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR

BOB FREY DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR

Chris Snyder has been the offensive coordinator at Kansas Wesleyan since December, 2009.

Bob Frey has been defensive coordinator at Kansas Wesleyan since 2010.

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.

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.

Before Mendocino, Snyder coached four seasons at Doane College (Neb.) as quarterbacks Frey also spent one year as defensive coordinator for the now defunct Kalamazoo Xplosion coach. of the Continental Indoor Football League. Coach Snyder began his coaching career as a player/coach for the Baden Bruins in Vienna, Prior to his tenure at Olivet, Frey spent three seasons at Tri-State University (now Trine Austria in the spring of 2000. University (Ind.)) as head coach, compiling a 2-28 record. Snyder holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communications and Sociology from Doane Before Tri-State, Frey spent nine seasons from 1994-2003 at MacMurray College (Ill.) College, and a Master of Arts degree in Journalism from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. 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 He resides in Salina with his wife Michelle and daughters Tessa and Tae. 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 JASON McWILLIAMS the Co-Coach of the Year in 1996, and was honored as the SLIAC Football Coach of the Year ASSISTANT COACH 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. Jason McWilliams has been an assistant coach for the Kansas Wesleyan Football team Frey also previously held coaching positions at Manchester College (Ind.), Edgewood High since 2011. His primary responsibilities are School (Ohio), and at Mount Union College (Ohio) where he began his coaching career in coaching the linebackers and strength and 1985. conditioning. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Mount Union College in Physical Education and McWilliams spent one season as a student Health in 1985. assistant coach for the Coyotes in 2010 after playing two seasons for the Coyotes in 2007 He has three children Mary, Emily and Billy. and 2008. McWilliams missed the 2009 season with an injury. In two seasons with the Coyotes, McWilliams averaged 5.3 tackles per game and earned All-KCAC honors in 2008. Football is no stranger to McWilliams, who has played the game for over 18 years. In high school at Canton High School in Canton, Texas, McWilliams played outside linebacker for four years and received All-District, All-Region and All-State honors. At Kansas Wesleyan, McWilliams completed his Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics and plans to pursue a MBA degree at KWU.

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY ASSISTANT COACHES REX PIPPENGER ASSISTANT COACH

STUDENT ASSISTANT COACHES

Rex Pippenger has been an assistant coach with the Coyotes since the 2000 season. He served nine years as a volunteer assistant and since then as the offensive line coach. “Coach P” currently teaches biology and earth science at Sacred Heart High School. He is entering his 37th year of teaching and coaching in Salina, Clay Center, Pleasanton, Baldwin, and Pomona - all in Kansas. He has coached one state champion in football, and four state throws champions in track . He was the 2009 Kansas throws coach of the year.

CHRIS BROCHTRUP STUDENT ASSISTANT

SHAUN CHESTERMAN STUDENT ASSISTANT

KYRON HILL STUDENT ASSISTANT

JOHN HUNTER STUDENT ASSISTANT

He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education with a minor in biology from Baker University. He was a three starter on the football team and the scholar athlete of 1975. He and his wife, Kathy, have three children and two grandchildren.

NEAL RENNA GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACH Neal Renna has been a graduate assistant coach for the Coyotes since 2012. Renna graduated from Heidelberg (Ohio) University in 2011. While at Heidelberg, he wrestled for three years at 197 pounds and was a four-year letterman on the football team, earning First Team Academic All-OAC honors and was twice named Heidelberg Special Teams Player of the Year. Renna also served in the United States Navy, attending Navy Officer Candidate School in Newport R.I. He received an honorable discharge in 2011. A native of Lockport, Ill., Renna received his degree from Heidelberg in pre-law in 2011. He is the son of Nick and Ellen Renna.

MIKE DOVENBERG GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACH

KELTON KUCKELMAN EQUIPMENT MANAGER

Mike Dovenberg has been a graduate assistant with the Kansas Wesleyan Football team since January, 2012. He works with the wide receivers for the Coyotes. “Dovey” came to Kansas Wesleyan after spending a year at Ellsworth Community College in Iowa Falls, Iowa, where he served as tight ends / h-backs coach, video coordinator and assistant recruiting director. Prior to Ellsworth CC, Dovenberg coached at Patrick Henry High School in 2009 and 2010. In 2009 he served as defensive backs and wide receivers coach and in 2010 he served as both offensive and special teams coordinator. He also coached one season at Decorah (Iowa) High School as wide receivers and defensive backs coach. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Management from the University of Minnesota. A native of Decorah, Iowa, he is the son of Richard and Marian Dovenberg and has a brother Matt and two sisters Kate and Liz.

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 2012 NUMERICAL ROSTER NO 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 31 32 33 34 35 36 36 38 40 41 42 43 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 69 70

NAME Trey Dallas Ty Holmes Jeff Roberts Adam Schneck Korey Winn Joe Ray Gomez Sam Vaughan Braxton Peck Steven Sorce Zach McClain Alex Renken Colton Spresser Hayden McClain Brett Giesen Blake Pontius Seth Myers Blaine Ruiz Kenny Diaz Felix Gorny Taylor Cook Taylor Sachs Kelton Reed JaLil Turner Kyle Buth Tremayne Jackson Colby Jackson Lee Stewart Matt Broeckelman Blake Harris Braden Long Marc Porras Daeon Garner Devonte Lane Eric Reed Justin Natal Channing Rutherford Corey Collins Brady Harwell John-Michael Cook Dylan Dillingham Brad Standlee Keenan Davenport Tommy Martin Josh Green LJ Ausama Stance McMahan John Dewey Alex McFaddin Evan Umstead Daniel Colli Robert Burcher Robert Marshall Jason Johnstad Dakota Christopher Alex Niuatoa Maverick Beissner Devan Atkinson Nick Beth Chad Enloe Kaleb Gamez Traves Liles Sean Grove Collin English Jacob McCoy

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

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

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

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WT 188 186 180 175 150 175 175 170 210 180 190 160 195 175 200 185 200 150 185 195 165 175 225 200 180 165 185 200 170 200 180 205 145 155 165 120 190 220 190 205 220 180 205 185 175 195 240 250 220 270 238 230 290 200 260 260 285 270 240 210 250 280 210 290

HOMETOWN Salina, Kan. Mesquite, Texas Morgan Hill, Calif. Conway Springs, Kan. Mesquite, Texas Wylie, Texas Round Rock, Texas Leander, Texas Morgan Hill, Calif. Santa Paula, Calif. Downs, Kan. Hoxie, Kan. Santa Paula, Calif. Laguna Niguel, Calif. Wichita, Kan. Salina, Kan. Hemet, Calif. Hurst, Texas Bielefeld, Germany Antioch, Calif. Georgetown, Texas Plano, Texas Bay Point, Calif. Merlin, Ore. Copperas Cove, Texas Wamego, Kan. Los Angeles, Calif. Mankato, Kan. Copperas Cove, Texas Salina, Kan. Stockton, Calif. Rialto, Calif. Milford, Kan. Denver, Colo. Shiner, Texas Salina, Kan. Houston, Texas Vega, Texas Tomball, Texas Ault, Colo. Wamego, Kan. Grand Prairie, Texas Thayer, Mo. Houston, Texas Plano, Texas Caddo Mills, Texas Ukiah, Calif. Waller, Texas King City, Calif. Tracy, Calif. Kinsley, Kan. Temecula, Calif. Escalon, Calif. Palmer, Texas Hayward, Calif. Waller, Texas Spring, Texas Healdsburg, Calif. Springfield, Mo. Manitou Springs, Colo. La Porte, Texas Richardson, Texas Glendale, Ariz. Grapevine, Texas

PREVIOUS SCHOOL Salina Central HS John Horn HS Gavilan College (Calif.) Conway Springs HS Horn HS Wylie HS Round Rock HS Vista Ridge HS San Jose City College (Calif.) Santa Paula Union HS Lakeside HS Hoxie HS Santa Paula HS Dana Hills HS Maize HS Highland CC (Kan.) San Diego Mesa College (Calif.) LD Bell HS Boulder HS (Colo.) Laney College (Calif.) Georgetown HS Plano HS Diablo Valley College (Calif.) Butte College (Calif.) Copperas Cove HS Wamego HS LA Southwest College (Calif.) Rock Hills HS Copperas Cove HS Southeast of Saline HS Delta College (Calif.) Riverside CC (Calif.) Junction City HS Manual HS St. Paul HS Sacred Heart HS North Shore HS Vega HS Klein Oak HS Highland HS Wamego HS South Grand Prairie HS Thayer HS Northbrook HS Plano HS Caddo Mills HS Mendocino College (Calif.) Waller HS Monterey Peninsula College (Calif.) Delta College (Calif.) Kinsley HS Riverside College (Calif.) Delta College (Calif.) Palmer HS Laney College (Calif.) Royal HS Spring HS Mendocino College (Calif.) Glendale HS Manitou Springs HS La Porte HS Pearce HS Peoria HS Colleyville Heritage HS

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 2012 NUMERICAL ROSTER 71 73 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 90 91 93 94 95 97 99

Hunter Keith Zach Montalvo Chris Alford Derek Bledsoe Joe Vela Joe Dooley Jordan Walker Mark Post Albert Geason Mark LeBlanc Alex Peppe Hayden Hornsby Omoniyi Olayiwola Darius Jiggetts Langston Kennedy Christian Walker Tre’mon Borden Connor Steinman Terry Stecker

BY CLASS

DL OL DL WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR DL OL DE DE DL DL K

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

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

290 250 385 180 175 160 170 150 145 170 160 190 260 235 255 230 235 275 170

Neodesha, Kan. Devine, Texas Lubbock. Texas Silver Lake, Kan. Peyton, Colo. Bonner Springs, Kan. Rigby, Idaho Sayre, Okla. Grand Prairie, Texas Austin, Texas Montgomery, Texas Moreno Valley, Calif. Grand Prairie, Texas Wichita, Kan. Modesto, Calif. Junction City, Kan. Allen, Texas The Woodlands, Texas Plano, Texas

THE COYOTES BY THE NUMBERS RETURNERS / NEWCOMERS

Freshmen .............................................. 30 Returners .............................................. 44 Sophomores........................................... 15 Newcomers ............................................ 39 Juniors................................................... 23 Seniors .................................................. 15

HIGH SCHOOL / TRANSFERS

From High School .................................. 65 Transfers ............................................... 18

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Neodesha, Kan. Devine HS Estacado HS Silver Lake HS Falcon HS Bonner Springs HS Rigby HS Sayre HS South Grand Prairie HS Lanier HS Montgomery HS Valley View HS Mansfield Timberview HS Southeast HS Northwestern Oklahoma State Junction City HS Plano East HS Oak Ridge HS Bishop Lynch HS

BY STATE / COUNTRY

Texas ..................................................... 35 California .............................................. 20 Kansas .................................................. 18 Colorado .................................................. 3 Missouri .................................................. 2 Oklahoma ................................................ 1 Oregon..................................................... 1 Arizona .................................................... 1 Idaho ....................................................... 1 Germany .................................................. 1

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 2012 ROSTER BREAKDOWNS DEFENSIVE BACKS 3 5 19 20 22 24 25 26 28 29 32 33 34 35 36 38 45

Ty Holmes Adam Schneck Kenny Diaz Taylor Cook Kelton Reed Kyle Buth Tremayne Jackson Colby Jackson Matt Broeckelman Blake Harris Marc Porras Daeon Garner Devonte Lane Eric Reed Channing Rutherford Corey Collins Keenan Davenport

DEFENSIVE LINE 54 55 57 58 60 62 71 79 90 93 94 95 97

Robert Burcher Robert Marshall Dakota Christopher Alex Niuatoa Devan Atkinson Chad Enloe Hunter Keith Chris Alford Omoniyi Olayiwola Langston Kennedy Christian Walker Tre’mon Borden Connor Steinman

LINEBACKERS 31 40 42 46 49 52

Braden Long Brady Harwell Dylan Dillingham Tommy Martin Stance McMahan Evan Umstead

OFFENSIVE LINE 43 50 51 53 56 59 61 64 65 69 70 73 91

Brad Standlee John Dewey Alex McFaddin Daniel Colli Jason Johnstad Maverick Beissner Nick Beth Traves Liles Sean Grove Collin English Jacob McCoy Zach Montalvo Darius Jiggetts

SPECIALISTS 99

Terry Stecker

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

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

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

186 175 150 195 175 200 180 165 200 170 180 205 145 155 120 190 180

Mesquite, Texas Conway Springs, Kan. Hurst, Texas Antioch, Calif. Plano, Texas Merlin, Ore. Copperas Cove, Texas Wamego, Kan. Mankato, Kan. Copperas Cove, Texas Stockton, Calif. Rialto, Calif. Milford, Kan. Denver, Colo. Salina, Kan. Houston, Texas Grand Prairie, Texas

John Horn HS Conway Springs HS LD Bell HS Laney College (Calif.) Plano HS Butte College (Calif.) Copperas Cove HS Wamego HS Rock Hills HS Copperas Cove HS Delta College (Calif.) Riverside CC (Calif.) Junction City HS Manual HS Sacred Heart HS North Shore HS South Grand Prairie HS

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

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

238 230 200 260 285 240 290 385 260 255 230 235 275

Kinsley, Kan. Temecula, Calif. Palmer, Texas Hayward, Calif. Spring, Texas Springfield, Mo. Neodesha, Kan. Lubbock. Texas Grand Prairie, Texas Modesto, Calif. Junction City, Kan. Allen, Texas The Woodlands, Texas

Kinsley HS Riverside College (Calif.) Palmer HS Laney College (Calif.) Spring HS Glendale HS Neodesha, Kan. Estacado HS Mansfield Timberview HS Northwestern Oklahoma State Junction City HS Plano East HS Oak Ridge HS

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

6-1 6-1 6-1 6-0 6-1 5-9

200 220 205 205 195 220

Salina, Kan. Vega, Texas Ault, Colo. Thayer, Mo. Caddo Mills, Texas King City, Calif.

Southeast of Saline HS Vega HS Highland HS Thayer HS Caddo Mills HS Monterey Peninsula College (Calif.)

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

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

220 240 250 270 290 260 270 250 280 210 290 250 235

Wamego, Kan. Ukiah, Calif. Waller, Texas Tracy, Calif. Escalon, Calif. Waller, Texas Healdsburg, Calif. La Porte, Texas Richardson, Texas Glendale, Ariz. Grapevine, Texas Devine, Texas Wichita, Kan.

Wamego HS Mendocino College (Calif.) Waller HS Delta College (Calif.) Delta College (Calif.) Royal HS Mendocino College (Calif.) La Porte HS Pearce HS Peoria HS Colleyville Heritage HS Devine HS Southeast HS

So.

5-10

170

Plano, Texas

Bishop Lynch HS

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79......... Chris Alford ............................. DL 60......... Devan Atkinson ........................ DL 48......... LJ Ausama ...............................RB 59......... Maverick Beissner ................... OL 61......... Nick Beth ................................. OL 80......... Derek Bledsoe ......................... WR 95......... Tre’mon Borden ........................ DL 28......... Matt Broeckelman ...................DB 54......... Robert Burcher ........................DE 24......... Kyle Buth .................................DB 57......... Dakota Christopher .................. DL 53......... Daniel Colli .............................. OL 38......... Corey Collins ............................DB 41......... John-Michael Cook ...................RB 20......... Taylor Cook ..............................DB 2........... Trey Dallas ...............................QB 45......... Keenan Davenport ...................DB 50......... John Dewey .............................. OL 19......... Kenny Diaz ...............................DB 42......... Dylan Dillingham ..................... LB 82......... Joe Dooley ............................... WR 69......... Collin English .......................... OL 62......... Chad Enloe .............................. DL 63......... Kaleb Gamez ............................RB 33......... Daeon Garner ...........................DB 85......... Albert Geason ......................... WR 15......... Brett Giesen .............................RB 7........... Joe Ray Gomez ........................ WR 19......... Felix Gorny ...............................QB 47......... Josh Green .............................. WR 65......... Sean Grove .............................. OL 29......... Blake Harris .............................DB 40......... Brady Harwell .......................... LB 3........... Ty Holmes ................................DB 88......... Hayden Hornsby ...................... WR 26......... Colby Jackson ..........................DB 25......... Tremayne Jackson ....................DB 91......... Darius Jiggetts ........................ OL 56......... Jason Johnstad ........................ OL 71......... Hunter Keith ............................ DL 93......... Langston Kennedy ...................DE 34......... Devonte Lane ...........................DB 86......... Mark LeBlanc .......................... WR 64......... Traves Liles .............................. OL 31......... Braden Long ............................ LB 55......... Robert Marshall ....................... DL 46......... Tommy Martin .......................... LB 14......... Hayden McClain ...................... WR 11......... Zach McClain ......................... WR 70......... Jacob McCoy ............................ OL 51......... Alex McFaddin ......................... OL 49......... Stance McMahan ..................... LB 73......... Zach Montalvo ......................... OL 17......... Seth Myers .............................. WR 36......... Justin Natal ............................ WR 58......... Alex Niuatoa ............................ DL 90......... Omoniyi Olayiwola ................... DL 9........... Braxton Peck ........................... WR 87......... Alex Peppe .............................. WR 16......... Blake Pontius ..........................QB 32......... Marc Porras .............................DB 84......... Mark Post ............................... WR 35......... Eric Reed .................................DB 22......... Kelton Reed .............................DB 12......... Alex Renken .............................QB

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Trey Dallas Sam Vaughan Steven Sorce Alex Renken Colton Spresser Blake Pontius Felix Gorny

RUNNING BACKS 15 21 23 41 48 63

Brett Giesen Taylor Sachs JaLil Turner John-Michael Cook LJ Ausama Kaleb Gamez

WIDE RECEIVERS 4 6 7 9 11 14 17 18 27 36 47 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88

Jeff Roberts Korey Winn Joe Ray Gomez Braxton Peck Zach McClain Hayden McClain Seth Myers Blaine Ruiz Lee Stewart Justin Natal Josh Green Derek Bledsoe Joe Vela Joe Dooley Jordan Walker Mark Post Albert Geason Mark LeBlanc Alex Peppe Hayden Hornsby

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

6-3 6-4 6-1 6-1 6-0 6-3 6-1

188 175 210 190 160 200 185

Salina, Kan. Round Rock, Texas Morgan Hill, Calif. Downs, Kan. Hoxie, Kan. Wichita, Kan. Bielefeld, Germany

Salina Central HS Round Rock HS San Jose City College (Calif.) Lakeside HS Hoxie HS Maize HS Boulder HS (Colo.)

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

5-11 5-9 6-2 5-8 5-7 5-10

175 165 225 190 175 210

Laguna Niguel, Calif. Georgetown, Texas Bay Point, Calif. Tomball, Texas Plano, Texas Manitou Springs, Colo.

Dana Hills HS Georgetown HS Diablo Valley College (Calif.) Klein Oak HS Plano HS Manitou Springs HS

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

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

180 150 175 170 180 195 185 200 185 165 185 180 175 160 170 150 145 170 160 190

Morgan Hill, Calif. Mesquite, Texas Wylie, Texas Leander, Texas Santa Paula, Calif. Santa Paula, Calif. Salina, Kan. Hemet, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Shiner, Texas Houston, Texas Silver Lake, Kan. Peyton, Colo. Bonner Springs, Kan. Rigby, Idaho Sayre, Okla. Grand Prairie, Texas Austin, Texas Montgomery, Texas Moreno Valley, Calif.

Gavilan College (Calif.) Horn HS Wylie HS Vista Ridge HS Santa Paula Union HS Santa Paula HS Highland CC (Kan.) San Diego Mesa College (Calif.) LA Southwest College (Calif.) St. Paul HS Northbrook HS Silver Lake HS Falcon HS Bonner Springs HS Rigby HS Sayre HS South Grand Prairie HS Lanier HS Montgomery HS Valley View HS

4........... Jeff Roberts ............................ WR 18......... Blaine Ruiz ............................. WR 36......... Channing Rutherford ...............DB 21......... Taylor Sachs ............................RB 5........... Adam Schneck .........................DB 10......... Steven Sorce ............................QB 13......... Colton Spresser .......................QB 43......... Brad Standlee .......................... OL 99......... Terry Stecker .............................. K 97......... Connor Steinman ..................... DL 27......... Lee Stewart ............................. WR 23......... JaLil Turner ..............................RB 52......... Evan Umstead ......................... LB 8........... Sam Vaughan ..........................QB 81......... Joe Vela................................... WR 94......... Christian Walker ......................DE 83......... Jordan Walker ......................... WR 6........... Korey Winn .............................. WR 67......... Eric Zurita ............................... OL

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Devan Atkinson DL • So. • 6-2 • 285 Spring, Texas Spring HS Business Management

Why I chose KWU: I want to be apart of a great family and team, and do the best of my ability to help the team and environment. At KWU: 2011 – Recorded statistics in two varsity games, recording two assisted tackles including a half tackle for loss. 2010 – Played junior varsity as a freshman. High School: Attended Spring High School, graduating in 2010, playing for Coach Karas…Was named as a District 13-5A Player to watch. Personal: Parents’ names are Anthony and Tina Atkinson…Was born in Los Angeles…Enjoys working out and hanging out with friends and family…Nickname is “Tank”. CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE G UA 2011 2 0 TOTAL 2 0

A 2 2

Why I chose KWU: For the football program. At KWU: 2011 - As a sophomore, did not record any statistics on varsity, playing primarily junior varsity. 2010 – Played junior varsity primarily as a freshman. Bledsoe is a four-time Dean’s Honor Roll honoree and was a 2011-12 Academic All-KCAC honoree. High School: Attended Silver Lake High School, in Silver Lake, Kan., graduating in 2009. Personal: Parent’s name is Tina Bledsoe…Was born in Topeka, Kan.

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Nick Beth OL • Sr. • 6-3 • 270 Healdsburg, Calif. Mendocino College (Calif.) Criminal Justice / Sociology

Why I chose KWU: Great coaching staff, a familiar offense and a good shot at winning a championship. At KWU: 2011 - Listed as backup left tackle for the Coyote offense as a junior, helping the Coyotes rank 21st in the NAIA and fourth in the KCAC in rushing offense (1953 / 177.5 avg) and 33rd in the NAIA and fifth in the KCAC in pass offense (2190 / 199.1)…Moved into a starting role later in the season. Junior College: Played two seasons at Mendocino College (Calif.) for coach Tom Gang…The Eagles were 2009 MEC Champions and appeared in the State Center CC Bowl that year…He was twice named Mid-Empire Conference Offensive Player of the Week during the season in 2010. High School: Attended Healdsburg High School, graduating in 2009, playing for coach Tom Kirkpatrick… The Greyhounds were SCL Champions in 2007…Beth was named as a four-time scholar-athlete in addition to being named a National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete. Personal: Parents’ names are Todd and Lisa Beth…has four siblings, Andrew, Haley, Allie and Katie…Was also recruited by Malone (Ohio).

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Derek Bledsoe WR • Jr. • 6-5 • 180 Silver Lake, Kan. Silver Lake HS Criminal Justice

Matt Broeckelman DB • Jr. • 5-10 • 200 Mankato, Kan. Rock Hills HS Athletic Training

Why I chose KWU: for the great academic opportunities. At KWU: 2011 – Played in ten games for the Coyotes as a sophomore, recording 23 total tackles (10 solo)… Recorded one interception, and one pass break-up on defense and had four kick returns for a total of 69 yards… Was named as a 2011-12 Academic All-KCAC performer. 2010 – Recorded statistics in three varsity games as a freshman, recording two solo tackles and recovering a fumble.

Robert Burcher DE • Sr. • 5-11 • 238 Kinsley, Kan. Kinsley HS History

Why I chose KWU: I chose KWU because I could receive a good quality education and I wanted to continue pursuing athletics. At KWU: 2011 – Recorded statistics in one varsity game as a sophomore, recording two assisted tackles against Bethel College on October 22…Was selected as a 2011-12 Academic All-KCAC performer. 2010 – Played primarily junior varsity for the Coyotes as a freshman. High School: Attended Kinsley High School, graduating in 2009, playing for coach Jeff Chambers…Was named All-CPL League at left tackle for the Coyotes. Personal: Parents’ names are Rebecca and Robert… Has one sister, Miklale...Enjoys reading, video games and sports…Was recruited by all of the other Kansas Conference schools and most of the junior colleges in Kansas…Nickname is “Vinny Bobby”. CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE G UA 2011 1 1 TOTAL 1 1

A 1 1

Total TFL Yds PD FF FR BLKD 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Kyle Buth DB • Jr. • 6-0 • 200 Merlin, Ore. Butte College (Calif.) PrePhysical Therapy

High School: Attended Rock Hills High School in Mankato, Kan., graduating in 2010.

Why I chose KWU: I had a great experience on my recruiting trip.

Personal: Parents’ names are Rod and Susan Broeckelman…Was born in Grand Fork, N.D.

At KWU: 2011 – redshirted due to injury.

DEFENSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

G UA A Total TFL Yds PD FF FR BLKD 3 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 10 10 13 23 2 10 1 0 0 0 13 12 13 25 2 10 1 0 1 0

Junior College: Played two seasons (2008 and 2009) at Butte College (Calif.).

KICK RETURNS 2011 TOTAL

G 10 13

No. 4 4

Yds 69 69

TD 0 0

Lg 30 30

Avg/R 17.3 17.3

High School: Attended North Valley High School in Merlin, Ore., graduating in 2006, playing for Coach Willaman… The Knights were 2-time league champs while Buth Avg/G 6.9 played…Was twice named All-Conference at linebacker for 5.3 the Knights…Graduated with honors.

INTs 2011 TOTAL

G 10 13

No. 1 1

Yds 10 10

TD 0 0

Lg 10 10

Avg/R 10 10

Avg/G 1.0 0.8

ALL PURPOSE 2011 TOTAL

G Rush 10 0 13 0

Rec PR KR IR Total Avg/G 0 0 69 10 79 7.9 0 0 69 10 79 6.1

Personal: Parents’ names are Doug and Debbie Buth… One sister, Nicole…Enjoys football and fitness…Was aslo recruited by Missouri Valley, Ouchita Baptist (Ark.) and Dakota Wesleyan (S.D.).

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John-Michael Cook RB • Sr. • 5-8 • 190 Tomball, Texas Klein Oak HS Exercise Science

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Trey Dallas QB • Jr. • 6-3 • 188 Salina, Kan. Salina Central HS Education

Dylan Dillingham LB • Jr. • 6-1 • 205 Ault, Colo. Highland HS Criminal Justice / Psychology

Why I chose KWU: To get the opportunity to play college football.

Why I chose KWU: To get to play football for my father and further my education.

Why I chose KWU: The small school environment and good football program.

At KWU: 2011 – Recorded statistics in five varsity games, rushing seven times for eight net yards. 2010 – Recorded statistics in two varsity games, rushing five times for 20 net yards. 2009 – Played primarily junior varsity for the Coyotes.

At KWU: 2011 – started at quarterback as a sophomore, started and played in 9 of 11 games, missing two contests due to injury (10-8 TABR, 10-15 LIND), was 156-of-326 passing for 1873 yards, 14 TD and 6 INT…also rushed for 150 yards…set fourth best mark in school history in season total offense (2023) and third best mark in school history in passing yardage…named Honorable Mention All-KCAC. 2010 – Played in one game as a freshman (10/9/10 vs Haskell) completing one pass for 11 yards.

At KWU: 2011 – Redshirted due to injury. 2010 – Recorded statistics in seven varsity games, recording 15 total tackles (seven solo). 2009 – Played primarily JV for the Coyotes, did not record any varsity statistics.

High School: Attended Klein Oak High School, graduating in 2009. Personal: Parents’ names are Joseph and Wanda Cook… Was born in Houston, Texas. CAREER STATISTICS RUSHING G Att 2010 2 5 2011 5 7 TOTAL 7 12 ALL PURPOSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 2 5 7

Yds 20 8 28

Rush 20 8 28

TD 0 0 0

IR Total Avg/G 0 20 10.0 0 8 1.6 0 28 4.0

Personal: Parents’ names are Dave and Kelly Dallas… father Dave is the head coach at KWU…has three siblings, Casey, Drew and Molly…also has a niece Hayden and a nephew Cooper.

Lg 8 5 8

Rec PR 0 0 0 0 0 0

20

Avg/G 10.0 1.6 4.0

High School: Attended Salina Central HS, playing for coach Mike Hall…set seven single season and career passing records while at Central…As a senior, completed 54 percent of his passes for 1,780 yards, 17 touchdowns and six interceptions...Named Second Team All-AVCTL as a junior and First Team All-AVCTL as a senior.

KR 0 0 0

Avg/C 4 1.1 2.3

Taylor Cook DB • Sr. • 5-11 • 195 Antioch, Calif. Laney College (Calif.) Criminal Justice

Why I chose KWU: for the football program. At KWU: 2011 – Played in all 11 games for the Coyotes, recording a team third-best 87 tackles (53 solo), including two for loss…Also had one interception and three pass break-ups, recovered two fumbles and forced one fumble, and returned three kicks for a total of minus-2 yards. Junior College: Played two seasons at Laney College (Calif.). High School: Attended Deer Valley High School in Antioch, Calif., graduating in 2009. Personal: Was born in Hayward, Calif.

CAREER STATISTICS RUSHING G Att 2010 1 1 2011 9 47 TOTAL 10 48 PASSING 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 1 9 10

TD 0 0 0

Att Cmp Int Yds TD 1 1 0 11 0 326 156 6 1873 14 327 157 6 1884 14

RECEIVING G 2011 9 TOTAL 10 ALL PURPOSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

Yds 10 150 160

Rec Yds 2 13 2 13 G 1 9 10

Rush 10 150 160

TD 0 0

Lg 13 13

Rec PR 0 0 13 0 13 0

Lg 10 23 23

Avg/C 10 3.2 3.3

Avg/G 10.0 16.7 16.0

Lg Pct Avg/G Effic 11 1.00 11.0 192.4 70 0.48 208.1 106.6 70 0.48 188.4 106.8 Rec/G Avg/C 0.2 6.5 0.2 6.5 KR 0 0 0

Avg/G 1.4 1.3

IR Total Avg/G 0 10.0 10.0 0 163 18.1 0 173 17.3

High School: Attended Highland High School in Ault, Colo., graduating in 2009, playing for coach David Standford… In 2008, helped the Huskies to their first playoff appearance and playoff win in 33 years…Was named AllConference three years and Honorable Mention All-State as a junior. Personal: Parent’s name is Debbie Dillingham…Has one brother, Jeremy…Enjoys listening to music, reading and anything active. CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE G UA 2010 7 7 TOTAL 7 7

A 8 8

Total TFL Yds PD FF FR BLKD 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Collin English OL • So. • 5-10 • 210 Glendale, Ariz. Peoria HS History Education

Why I chose KWU: KWU offered me the chance to play football. At KWU: 2011 - Played primarily junior varsity as a freshman for the Coyotes. High School: Attended Peoria High School, graduating in 2011, playing for coach Doug Clapp…Helped the Panthers to four straight regional championships and was named Second Team All-Region and All-West Valley League. Personal: Parents’ names are Kevin and Cindy English… One sibling, Darren…Was born in Tucson, Ariz….Enjoys camping, hunting and fishing

CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE G UA A Total TFL Yds PD FF FR BLKD 2011 11 53 34 87 2 8 3 1 2 0 TOTAL 11 53 34 87 2 8 3 1 2 0 KICK RETURNS 2011 TOTAL

G 11 11

INTERCEPTIONS 2011 TOTAL ALL PURPOSE G 2011 11 TOTAL 11

20

No. 3 3

G 11 11

No. 1 1

Rush 0 0

Yds TD -2 0 -2 0

Lg 18 18

Yds 5 5

Lg 5 5

TD 0 0

Rec PR 0 0 0 0

KR -2 -2

Avg/R -0.7 -0.7 Avg/R 5 5

Avg/G -0.2 -0.2 Avg/G 0.5 0.5

IR Total Avg/G 5 3 0.3 5 3 0.3

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Chad Enloe DL • Sr. • 5-8 • 240 Springfield, Mo. Glendale HS Exercise Science / Personal Training

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Brett Giesen RB • Sr. • 5-11 • 175 Laguna Niguel, Calif. Dana Hills HS Communications

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Joe Ray Gomez WR • So. • 5-11 • 175 Wylie, Texas Wylie HS Business

Why I chose KWU: for the football program and the major I was looking for is offered here.

Why I chose KWU: To get an education and to play college football.

Why I chose KWU: The family -based team and it seemed like a great place to play football.

At KWU: 2011 – Recorded statistics in two games, recording five total tackles (two solo), including 2.5 for loss and one sack…Also had a forced fumble. 2010 – Recorded one special teams tackle during the season. 2009 – Played primarily junior varsity as a freshman.

At KWU: 2011 - As a junior, rushed for career best 1308 yards on 217 carries (6.0 avg) and 12 12 touchdowns in all 11 teams games…Ranked fourth in NAIA in All-Purpose Yards (1742), Rushing per Game (118.9), and fifth in total rushing (1308)…Received KCAC Player of the Week honors three times (9/19, 10/31, 11/7)…Had best single game rushing performance of season (256 yards vs McPherson) in NAIA in 2011, that earned him NAIA National Offensive Player of the Week honors that week…Also caught nine passes for 64 yards and a touchdown…Returned 18 kicks for 370 yards…Named First Team All-KCAC and also earned Beyond Sports Network All-America honors. 2010 – As a sophomore, rushed 79 times for 394 yards and five touchdowns…Also caught six passes for 54 yards and a score, and returned 14 kicks for 252 yards…Named Honorable Mention All-KCAC. 2009 – As a freshman, recorded statistics in five games, rushing 16 times for 38 yards while catching one pass for 13 yards.

At KWU: 2011 - Played primarily junior varsity for the Coyotes as a freshman.

High School: Attended Glendale High School in Springfield, Mo., graduating in 2009. Personal: Parents’ names are Kelly and Annette Enloe… Has one sibling, Cole…enjoys hunting, camping, riding horses, watching movies and lifting weights. CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE G UA 2010 1 0 2011 2 2 TOTAL 3 2 SACKS 2011 TOTAL

G 2 3

A 1 3 4

Total TFL Yds PD FF FR BLKD 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 2.5 5 0 1 0 0 6 2.5 5 0 1 0 0 UA 1 1

A 0 0

Total 1 1

Yds 3 3

High School: Attended Dana Hills High School, graduating in 2009. Personal: Parent’s name is Udo Giesen…Was born in Yorba Linda, Calif. CAREER STATISTICS RUSHING G Att 2009 5 16 2010 10 79 2011 11 217 TOTAL 26 312 RECEIVING 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 5 10 11 26

KICK RETURNS 2010 2011 TOTAL ALL PURPOSE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

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Yds 38 382 1308 1728

TD 0 5 12 17

Rec 1 6 9 16

Yds 13 54 64 131

TD 0 1 1 2

G 10 11 26

No. 14 18 32

Yds TD 252 0 370 0 622 0

G 5 10 11 26

Rush 38 382 1308 1728

Lg 13 14 14 14

Lg 20 29 74 74

Avg/G 7.6 38.2 118.9 66.5

Rec/G Avg/C 0.2 13.0 0.6 9.0 0.8 7.1 0.6 8.2

Avg/G 2.6 5.4 5.8 5.0

Avg/R 18.0 20.6 19.4

Personal: Parent’s name is Raymond Gomez…Has one brother…Enjoys singing and dancing…Nickname is “Joe Joe”.

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Felix Gorny QB • So. • 6-1 • 185 Bielefeld, Germany Boulder HS (Colo.) Sports Management & Communications Why I chose KWU: For the opportunity to play college football. At KWU: 2011 – Was a member of the Coyotes as a freshman in 2011, participating mainly on the JV squad.

Avg/C 2.4 4.8 6.0 5.5

Lg 47 37 47

High School: Attended Wylie High School, graduating in 2011, playing for coach Bill Howard…The Pirates were state runners-up in 2008 and state finalists in 2010… Was named Honorable Mention All-Conference…Also involved in Choir, qualifying for state in solo and ensemble.

High School: Attended Boulder High School in Boulder, Colo., graduating in 2011, playing for coach Jeff Santee. Personal: Parents’ names are Ingo and Urlike Gorny… Has two siblings, Niklas and Katrin…Gorny is a native of Bielefeld, Germany…Enjoys Judo, Swimming, Ballroom Dancing and Hiking…Nicknames are “The German” and “Dirk”.

Avg/G 25.2 33.6 23.9

Rec PR KR IR Total Avg/G 13 0 0 0 51 10.2 54 0 252 0 688 68.8 64 0 370 0 1742 158.4 131 0 622 0 2481 95.4

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Sean Grove OL • Jr. • 6-2 • 280 Richardson, Texas Pearce HS History / Criminal Justice

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Why I chose KWU: Because it gave me a chance to pursue football in college.

Why I chose KWU: To play football, get my degree and mainly because I enjoy small school atmosphere.

At KWU: 2011 – Played right guard for the Coyote offense as a sophomore…Spent entire season listed as starting right guard, helping the Coyotes rank 21st in the NAIA and fourth in the KCAC in rushing offense (1953 / 177.5 avg) and 33rd in the NAIA and fifth in the KCAC in pass offense (2190 / 199.1)…Named Honorable Mention All-KCAC. 2010 – Listed as backup center as a freshman on the KWU depth chart.

At KWU: 2011 - Honorable Mention All-KCAC selection… ranked second on the team in total tackles with 103 (61 solo), led the way with 15 tackles for loss, also recorded two sacks, a pass breakup, and a forced and recovered fumble. 2010 – As a freshman, recorded statistics in five games recorded four total tackles (three solo).

High School: Attended JJ Pearce High School in Richardson, Texas, graduating in 2010, playing for Coach Randy Robertson…The Mustangs made the UIL state playoffs in 08 and 09…Grove was a two-time All-District and All-City offensive lineman…Also wrestled qualifying for regionals in 2008 and 2010 and was the 2010 District 18 heavyweight champion…Additionally participated in track and choir in addition to being a member of National Honor Society. Personal: Parents’ names are Matthew and Theresa Grove…enjoys camping and fishing…A member of Boy Scouts, achieving Eagle Scout status.

Personal: Parents’ names are Mark and Joann Harwell… Has two siblings, Roddy and Colby…Was born in Amarillo, Texas…Enjoys sports and hanging out with friends… Was also recruited by West Texas, Midwestern, New Mexico, North Texas and Eastern New Mexico…Nickname is “Boo”. CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE G UA A Total TFL Yds PD FF FR BLKD 2010 5 3 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 2011 11 61 42 103 15 43.7 1 1 1 0 TOTAL 16 64 43 107 15 43.7 1 1 1 0 G 11 16

KICK RETURNS 2011 TOTAL

G 11 16

ALL PURPOSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 5 11 16

UA 2 2 No. 1 1

Yds TD 2 0 2 0

Rush 5 0 5

Rec PR 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 Lg 2 2 KR 0 2 2

Ty Holmes DB • Sr. • 5-10 • 186 Mesquite, Texas John Horn HS Engineering

Why I chose KWU: To continue my football career.

High School: Attended Vega High School, graduating in 2010, playing for coach Phillip Wiggins…Was District Defensive MVP as a junior and senior and received Most Outstanding Defensive Back award at the Greenbelt Bowl All-Star Game.

SACKS 2011 TOTAL

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Brady Harwell LB • Jr. • 6-1 • 220 Vega, Texas Vega HS Athletic Training

Total 2 2

Yds 13 13

Avg/R 2 2

Avg/G 0.2 0.1

IR Total Avg/G 0 5 1.0 0 2 0.2 0 7 0.4

At KWU: 2011 – Recorded statistics in four varsity games, recording five solo tackles and also had three pass break-ups. 2010 – As a sophomore, recorded statistics in four varsity games, recording four solo tackles and an interception against Ottawa on October 30. 2009 – As a freshman, recorded statistics in one varsity game, recording an assisted tackle. High School: Attended John Horn High School, graduating in 2009. Personal: Was born in Austin, Texas. CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE G UA 2009 1 0 2010 4 4 2011 4 5 TOTAL 9 9 INTERCEPTIONS 2010 TOTAL

A 1 0 0 1 G 4 9

Total TFL Yds PD FF FR BLKD 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 3 0 0 0 10 0 0 3 0 0 0 No. 1 1

Yds 0 0

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TD 0 0

Lg 0 0

Avg/R 0 0

Avg/G 0 0

Colby Jackson DB • So. • 5-10 • 165 Wamego, Kan. Wamego HS Biology

Why I chose KWU: There are great coaches, it’s a small campus and has small classes. At KWU: 2011 – Played in one varsity game (at Friends, 10/1), recording two assisted tackles. High School: Attended Wamego High School, graduating in 2011, playing for coach John Scoggins…Was named Honorable Mention All-NCKL at running back and defensive back for the Red Raiders. Personal: Parents’ names are Duane and Carol Jackson… Has two siblings, Nick and Russ…Was also recruited by Highland CC, Ottawa and Sterling…Was born in Manhattan. CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE G UA 2011 1 0 TOTAL 1 0

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A 2 2

Total TFL Yds PD FF FR BLKD 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Langston Kennedy DE • Sr. • 6-4 • 255 Modesto, Calif. Northwestern Oklahoma State Athletic Training

Why I chose KWU: To play football and they had the degree I was seeking. At KWU: 2011 – Recorded statistics in ten games as a junior, recording 24 total tackles (15 solo), including seven for loss, had a shared team best 3.5 sacks on the season and one interception which he returned for a touchdown against Bethel College. College: Redshirted in 2010 at Northwestern Oklahoma State. Junior College: Played two seasons at Mendocino College for coach Tom Gang. High School: Attended Grace M. Davis High School in Modesto, Calif., graduating in 2008…Helped the Spartans to a section championship and back to back conference championships…Was named as a first team All-American and was back-to-back all-conference selection.

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Why I chose KWU: Because its a small campus, with small town values, which I’m accustomed to, and they have well known business professors which is the major I’m interested in. At KWU: 2011 – Played primarily junior varsity for the Coyotes High School: Attended LaPorte High School, graduating in 2011, playing for coach Jeff LaRaue…The Bulldogs were Division 2 champions…Liles was the starting long snapper for two years and ranked in the Top 50 of the Ray Guy Long Snapper Rankings…Was named as Special Teams Team MVP and was an Honorable Mention at Long Snapper…Was ranked in the top 25 percent of his graduating class with four straight years of a 4.0 GPA… Was a member of the National Honor Roll, and attended the Lone Star Leadership Academy and received the Athletic Achievement Award.

Personal: Parents’ names are Vance Liles and Glenda Hodge…Enjoys hanging out with friends, video games and movies…Was also recruited by Rhodes College… Was involved in the community, watching neighbors’ pets CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE G UA A Total TFL Yds PD FF FR BLKD while they were out of town, helping out with the football 2011 10 15 9 24 7 22 0 0 0 0 team fundraiser and was a karate assistant…Nickname TOTAL 10 15 9 24 7 22 0 0 0 0 is “TLiles”. Personal: Parent’s name is Langston Kennedy…Was born in Oakland, Calif.

SACKS 2011 TOTAL

G 10 10

INTERCEPTIONS 2011 TOTAL ALL PURPOSE G 2011 10 TOTAL 10

UA 3 3

G 10 10

No. 1 1

Rush 0 0

A 1 1 Yds 12 12

TD 1 1

Rec PR 0 0 0 0

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Lg 12 12 KR 0 0

Total 3.5 3.5

Yds 16 16

Avg/R 12 12

Avg/G 1.2 1.2

IR Total Avg/G 12 12 1.2 12 12 1.2

Devonte Lane DB • So. • 5-7 • 145 Milford, Kan. Junction City HS Biology

Why I chose KWU: It was in the city, it felt like home, and made me feel around as if i was family. At KWU: 2011 – played junior varsity as a freshman. High School: Attended Junction City High School, graduating in 2011. Personal: Was born at Fort Riley, Nickname is “D.LANE”.

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Braden Long LB • So. • 6-1 • 200 Salina, Kan. Southeast of Saline HS Elementary Education

Why I chose KWU: KWU is close to home and my father is an alum of the school. At KWU: 2011 – As a freshman, played in eight varsity games, moving into a starting role towards the end of the season at linebacker…Tallied 27 total tackles (eight solo), including 1.5 for loss…Also had a pass break-up.

Robert Marshall DL • Sr. • 6-2 • 230 Temecula, Calif. Riverside College (Calif.) History Education

Why I chose KWU: KWU was one school that wanted me to play football for them, and I also knew several studentathletes already attending KWU. At KWU: 2011 – Medical redshirt. 2010 – Recorded statistics in four games… Made a midseason switch from receiver to defensive line, recording one reception for 12 yards, and had six tackles on defense (four solo), including 1.5 for loss. Junior College: Played two seasons at Riverside Community College (Calif.) for Coach Bill Brown… Played defensive end and receiver as a freshman and wide receiver as a sophomore for the Tigers…As a sophomore had 28 catches for 341 yards and touchdown in eight games…Had team best seven receptions on 10/24/09 against Cerritos College…As a freshman, did not record any defensive statistics, but had four catches for 59 yards in four games. High School: Attended Great Oak High School in Temecula, Calif., graduating in 2007, playing for coaches Strosnider and Dignan. Personal: Parents’ names are Gloria and James Marshall…has two siblings, James and Jennifer…enjoys working out and listening to music...was also recruited by Bethel College…did internship at Smoky Hill Museum in Salina during Spring 2011 semester…nickname is “Bobby”. CAREER STATISTICS RECEIVING G Rec Yds 2010 4 1 12 TOTAL 4 1 12 DEFENSE 2010 TOTAL

G 4 4

UA 4 4

ALL PURPOSE G 2010 4 TOTAL 4

A 2 2 Rush 0 0

TD 0 0

Lg 12 12

Rec/G Avg/C 0.3 12 0.3 12

Rec PR 12 0 12 0

KR 0 0

IR Total Avg/G 0 12 3.0 0 12 3.0

Personal: Parents’ names are Donald and Sandra Long… Has one sibling, Brock. CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE G UA A Total TFL Yds PD FF FR BLKD 2011 8 8 19 27 1.5 8.5 1 1 0 0 TOTAL 8 8 19 27 1.5 8.5 1 1 0 0 KICK RETURNS 2011 TOTAL

G 8 8

No. 1 1

Yds TD 29 0 29 0

Rush 0 0

Rec PR 0 0 0 0

Lg 29 29 KR 29 29

Avg/R 29 29

Avg/G 3.0 3.0

Total TFL Yds PD FF FR BLKD 6 1.5 4.5 0 0 0 0 6 1.5 4.5 0 0 0 0

High School: Attended Southeast of Saline HS, graduating in 2010.

ALL PURPOSE G 2011 8 TOTAL 8

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Traves Liles OL • So. • 6-0 • 250 La Porte, Texas La Porte HS Business Administration

Avg/G 3.6 3.6

IR Total Avg/G 0 29 3.6 0 29 3.6

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Tommy Martin LB • Jr. • 6-0 • 205 Thayer, Mo. Thayer HS Biomedical Chemistry / Religion

Why I chose KWU: To get the opportunity to play college football and KWU had my major of Pre-Med.

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Zach McClain WR • Jr. • 5-10 • 180 Santa Paula, Calif. Santa Paula Union HS Exercise Science

Why I chose KWU: KWU was a school that caught my attention when I came on a visit, and was a good fit for me football wise.

At KWU: 2011 – Recorded statistics in ten of 11 team games, tallying 39 total tackles (16 solo), including two for loss. 2010 – Appeared in two varsity games, recording four total tackles (two solo)…Named as a 2011-12 Academic All-KCAC performer. High School: Attended Thayer High School (Mo.), graduating in 2010, playing for coach Billy Webber… The Bobcats made two state championship appearances and Martin was named First Team All-State in 2009… Graduated as class valedictorian.

At KWU: 2011 – As a sophomore, recorded statistics in nine games, making 35 receptions for 342 yards and four touchdowns…Earned Honorable Mention All-KCAC honors. Currently ranks tied for ninth all-time with 68 career receptions (David Harris, 1985). 2010 – As a freshman, appeared in all ten games grabbing 33 receptions for 555 yards and four scores…Earned Honorable Mention AllKCAC honors. Has 68 career receptions for 897 yards and eight touchdowns

High School: Attended Santa Paula High School in Santa Paula, Calif., graduating in 2009, playing for Coach Teohua Sanchez…Team was 2008 Frontier League Champions…Was named First Team All-Frontier League, First Team All-County and Offensive Team MVP…Also named First Team All-Ventura County Star Small Schools CAREER STATISTICS and to the Ventura County All-Star Team. DEFENSE G UA A Total TFL Yds PD FF FR BLKD Personal: Parents’ names are Todd and Dilila Martin… Has two siblings, Erin and Laken…Enjoys playing football…Was also recruited by Southwest Baptist, Missouri Southern and Pittsburg State

2010 2011 TOTAL

2 2 2 10 16 23 12 18 25

4 39 43

0 2 2

0 3 3

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

Why I chose KWU: I liked the size of the school and that it had my major and great teachers. At KWU: 2011 – Listed as backup right tackle for the Coyote offense as a junior, helping the Coyotes rank 21st in the NAIA and fourth in the KCAC in rushing offense (1953 / 177.5 avg) and 33rd in the NAIA and fifth in the KCAC in pass offense (2190 / 199.1). 2010 – Played primarily junior varsity for the Coyotes. 2009 – Played primarily junior varsity for the Coyotes. High School: Attended Colleyville Heritage High School in Colleyville, Texas, graduating in 2009…Received Christian Athlete of the Year Award. Personal: Parents’ names are Sean and Misti McCoy…Has one sibling, Mallory…Was born in Waco, Texas…Nickname is “Big Jake”.

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Alex McFaddin OL • Jr. • 6-1 • 250 Personal: Parents’ names are Scott and Christy McClain… Waller, Texas Has three siblings, Ashley, Travis and Hayden… Brother Waller HS Hayden is a member of 2012 KWU Football team…Enjoys History watching movies, hanging with friends and working out… was also recruited by Whittier College, Claremont-MuddWhy I chose KWU: Because I love football and KWU is a Scripps (Calif.) and Lewis & Clark (Ore.)…Nickname is good school. “Z-Mac”. At KWU: 2011 – Played primarily junior varsity for the CAREER STATISTICS RUSHING G Att Yds TD Lg Avg/C Avg/G Coyotes as a sophomore. 2010 – Played junior varsity as a freshman at KWU. 2010 10 1 -3 0 0 -3 -0.3 TOTAL

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G 10 9 19

Rec 33 35 68

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Jacob McCoy OL • Sr. • 6-3 • 290 Grapevine, Texas Colleyville Heritage HS Computer Science

G 10 9 19

-3 Yds 555 342 897

Rush -3 0 -3

TD 4 4 8

0 Lg 66 39 66

Rec PR 555 0 342 0 897 0

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Rec/G Avg/C 3.3 16.8 3.9 9.8 3.6 13.2 KR 0 0 0

Avg/G 55.5 38.0 47.2

IR Total Avg/G 0 552 55.2 0 342 38.0 0 894 47.1

High School: Attended Waller High School, graduating in 2010, playing for coach Jason Morley…Team made two state playoff appearances…McFaddin was an All-District performer for the Bulldogs. Personal: Parents’ names are Andrew and Nancy McFaddin…Has two siblings, Andy and Kaley…Enjoys video games and movies and having fun…Was also recruited by Minnesota and Texas Lutheran…Nickname is “Big Mac”.

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Zach Montalvo OL • So. • 5-8 • 250 Devine, Texas Devine HS Business

Why I chose KWU: It felt like the right fit for me education wise, and athletic wise. At KWU: 2011 – Played primarily junior varsity as a freshman High School: Attended Devine High School, graduating in 2011, playing for coach Chad Quisenberry…The Warhorses were in the playoffs every year Montalvo was there and reached the state semifinals during his junior year…A three-year starter, was named All-District twice, twice named Most Valuable Lineman and was named to the AllBay Area Preseason All-Area Team. Personal: Parents’ names are Bubba and Gina Montalvo…one sibling, Casey…Enjoys hunting, fishing and shooting…Was also recruited by New Mexico Military Institute…Was born in San Antonio, Texas.

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Seth Myers WR • Sr. • 6-0 • 185 Salina, Kan. Highland CC (Kan.) Biomedical Chemistry

Why I chose KWU: They have a good football program and good academic programs. At KWU: 2011 – Recorded statistics in nine of 11 team games, making 25 receptoins for 272 yards and two touchdowns in his first year with the Coyotes…Was named Academic All-KCAC for 2011-12. Junior College: Played two seasons at Highland Community College for coach Mike Beagle High School: Attended Salina Central High School, graduating in 2009, playing for coach Mike Hall…Was named Second Team All-AVCTL and Honorable Mention All-State…Was also on the Honor Roll. Personal: Parents’ names are Tod and Angela Myers… Has five siblings, Chelsea, Allie, Shea, Capri and Remi… Sisters Chelsea and Allie played volleyball at KWU and were part of 2011 KCAC Championship and National Tournament team…Was born in Atchison, Kan.,…Was also recruited by Ottawa and McPherson. PASSING G Att Cmp Int Yds TD Lg 2011 9 1 1 0 23 1 23 TOTAL 9 1 1 0 23 1 23 RECEIVING G 2011 9 TOTAL 9

Rec Yds 25 272 25 272

ALL PURPOSE G 2011 9 TOTAL 9

Rush 0 0

TD 2 2

Lg 48 48

Rec PR 272 0 272 0

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Why I chose KWU: for the academics and football.

Why I chose KWU: For the athletic training program and for football.

At KWU: 2011 – recorded statistics in 10 games, tallied 24 tackles (12 solo), five of them for loss…Had 1 sack. 2010 – recorded statistics in 8 games, tallied 36 tackles (15 solo), 4 tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks and fumble recovery. 2009 – played JV as a freshman for the Coyotes. High School: Attended Mansfield Timberview HS, graduating in 2009, playing for coach Terry Cron…was named Second Team All-District as offensive tackle in 2008-09.

CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE G UA A Total TFL Yds PD FF FR BLKD 2010 8 15 21 36 4 35 0 0 1 0 2011 10 12 12 24 5 19.5 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 18 27 33 60 9 54.5 0 0 1 0 G 8 10 18

UA 2 1 3

9

A 1 0 1

Total 2.5 1 3.5

At KWU: 2011 – Had fifth highest tackle total for the Coyotes in 2011, 52 total (35 solo), including 1.5 for loss…Also had one interception and seven pass breakups, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery…Named Honorable Mention All-KCAC at defensive back. 2010 – Recorded statistics in three varsity games as a freshman, recording an interception and blocking a kick. High School: Attended Plano Senior High School, graduating in 2010.

Personal: Parents’ names are Caroline and Ebenezer Olayiwola…has three siblings, Oluwaseun, Taiwo-Bayonle and Kehinde-Ayobami…enjoys video games, sleeping and hanging out with friends…nickname is “O-my-nee”.

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Kelton Reed DB • Jr. • 6-1 • 175 Plano, Texas Plano HS Athletic Training

Yds 28.7 4 32.7

Braxton Peck WR • So. • 5-10 • 170 Leander, Texas Vista Ridge HS Exercise Science

Personal: Father’s name is Darryl Reed…Was born in Dallas. DEFENSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

G UA A Total TFL Yds PD FF FR BLKD 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 11 35 17 52 1.5 4.5 7 1 1 0 14 35 17 52 1.5 4.5 7 1 1 1

INTERCEPTIONS 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 3 11 14

No. 1 1 2

Yds 0 8 8

TD 0 0 0

Lg 0 8 8

Avg/R 0 8 4

Avg/G 0.0 0.7 0.6

FUMBLE RETURNS G 2011 11 TOTAL 14

No. 1 1

Yds 4 4

TD 0 0

Lg 4 4

Avg/R 4 4

Avg/G 0.4 0.3

ALL PURPOSE G 2011 11 TOTAL 14

Rush 0 0

Rec PR 0 0 0 0

KR 0 0

IR Total Avg/G 8 8 0.7 8 8 0.6

Why I chose KWU: Because of the opportunity to play college football. At KWU: 2011 – As a freshman, played primarily junior varsity for the Coyotes. High School: Attended Vista Ridge High School, graduating in 2011. Personal: Parents’ names are Jason and Lisa Peck... Was born in Salt Lake City.

Pct Avg/G Effic 1 2.6 623.2 1 2.6 623.2

Rec/G Avg/C 2.8 10.9 2.8 10.9 KR 0 0

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Omoniyi Olayiwola DL • Sr. • 5-10 • 260 Grand Prairie, Texas Mansfield Timberview HS Sociology and Criminal Justice

Avg/G 30.2 30.2

IR Total Avg/G 0 272 30.2 0 272 30.2

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Jeff Roberts WR • Sr. • 5-10 • 180 Morgan Hill, Calif. Gavilan College (Calif.) Business

Why I chose KWU: To continue my football career.

Why I chose KWU: The people at KWU made me feel like family from the moment I arrived on campus.

At KWU: 2011 – Recorded statistics in nine varsity games, catching 19 passes for 165 yards and one touchdowns… Also had one punt return and eight kick returns for 111 yards…Ranked seventh on the team in all-purpose yards in 2011. Junior College: Played two seasons at Gavilan College (Calif.) for coach John Lango…Was a team captain and received the Bud Ottmar Award…Was on honor roll for three out of four semesters. High School: Attended Live Oak High School in Morgan Hill, Calif., graduating in 2009, playing for coaches John Michael Porras, Fernandez and Mike Sullivan…Team was the 2007 CCS Runners-up…Was a four-year team captain, two-time first team all-league selection…Had over 1000 all-purpose yards as a junior and senior, 30 total touchdowns, a two-time Offensive MVP and Most Inspirational Player. Personal: Parents’ names are Jeff and Roberta Roberts… Has two siblings, Brielle Roberts and Andre Robles… Enjoys football and video games…Great Uncle Jim Shanley played at the University of Oregon and was part of the Ducks’ 1958 Rose Bowl team (10-7 loss to Ohio State), and played one season in the NFL with Green Bay and was inducted into the Oregon Athletic Hall of Fame in 1994 and the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame…Was also recruited by San Jose State, Midland (Neb.), Trinity and Delta State (Miss.). RECEIVING G 2011 9 TOTAL 9

Rec Yds 19 165 19 165

DEFENSE 2011 TOTAL

UA 1 1

G 9 9

A 2 2

TD 1 1

Lg 24 24

Rec/G Avg/C 2.1 8.7 2.1 8.7

Avg/G 18.3 18.3

Total TFL Yds PD FF FR BLKD 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

PUNT RETURNS G 2011 9 TOTAL 9

No. 1 1

Yds TD 0 0 0 0

Lg 0 0

Avg/R 0 0

Avg/G 0.0 0.0

KICK RETURNS 2011 TOTAL

No. 8 8

Yds TD 111 0 111 0

Lg 25 25

Avg/R 13.9 13.9

Avg/G 12.3 12.3

ALL PURPOSE G 2011 9 TOTAL 9

G 9 9

Rush 0 0

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Rec PR KR IR Total Avg/G 165 0 111 0 276 30.7 165 0 111 0 276 30.7

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Taylor Sachs RB • So. • 5-9 • 165 Georgetown, Texas Georgetown HS Computer Science

At KWU: 2011 – As a freshman, appeared in seven games on varsity, rushing one time for one yard on offense but was impact player on special teams, returning three kicks for a 29.7 yard per return average and two punt returns for a 17 yard per return average and one touchdown... Tallied seven tackles on special teams (four solo), forced one fumble and blocked two kicks…Earned KCAC Special Teams Player of the Week honors on October 25 for his efforts in KWU’s 68-7 win over Bethel on October 22. High School: Attended Georgetown High School in Georgetown, Texas, graduating in 2011, playing for coach Jason Dean.

Adam Schneck DB • Jr. • 5-11 • 175 Conway Springs, Kan. Conway Springs HS Secondary Physical Education

Why I chose KWU: To continue playing football. At KWU: 2011 – Appeared in one varsity game, tallying four solo tackles against Lindenwood (Mo.) on October 15. 2010 – Played primarily junior varsity as a freshman. High School: Attended Conway Springs High School, graduating in 2010, playing for coach Matt Biehler… Conway Springs was 2008 Kansas Class 3A State Champions and 2009 League Champions. Personal: Parents’ names are Kerry and Christy Schneck… Was also recruited by Sterling College. CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE G UA 2011 1 4 TOTAL 1 4

Personal: Parents’ names are Mark and Linda Sachs…two siblings, Jacoby and Brodie…enjoys fishing and playing Xbox…was also recruited by Texas Lutheran, HardinSimmons and Graceland…Nickname is “TSachs”. CAREER STATISTICS RUSHING G Att 2011 7 1 TOTAL 7 1 DEFENSE 2011 TOTAL

G 7 7

UA 4 4

Yds 1 1 A 3 3

TD 0 0

Lg 1 1

Avg/C 1 1

Avg/G 0.1 0.1

Total TFL Yds PD FF FR BLKD 7 0.5 2.5 0 1 0 2 7 0.5 2.5 0 1 0 2

PUNT RETURNS G 2011 7 TOTAL 7

No. 2 2

Yds TD 34 1 34 1

Lg 19 19

Avg/R 17 17

Avg/G 4.9 4.9

KICK RETURNS 2011 TOTAL

No. 3 3

Yds TD 89 0 89 0

Lg 51 51

Avg/R 29.7 29.7

Avg/G 12.7 12.7

Rush 1 1

Rec PR 0 34 0 34

ALL PURPOSE G 2011 7 TOTAL 7

G 7 7

KR 89 89

IR Total Avg/G 0 124 17.7 0 124 17.7

A 0 0

Total TFL Yds PD FF FR BLKD 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Steven Sorce QB • Sr. • 6-1 • 210 Morgan Hill, Calif. San Jose City College (Calif.) Business Management

Why I chose KWU: I wanted to further my career in football, and KWU seemed like the right fit. At KWU: 2011 – Appeared in five games for the Coyotes, going 10-of-27 passing for 70 yards with one interception…also rushed 16 times for 61 yards and a touchdown. Junior College: Played two seasons at San Jose City College for coach Carlton Connor…The Jaguars were Coast Conference Champs and won the Living Breathe Foundation Bowl…Best performance was 20-of-21 for 207 yards and had a rushing touchdown. High School: Attended Ann Sobrato High School in Morgan Hill, Calif., graduating in 2009, playing for coach Nick Borello…The Bulldogs were league champions during Sorce’s senior year…Was named Offensive Player of the Year as a senior…Was on the Honor Roll three years with at least a 3.5 GPA. Personal: Parents’ names are Steve and Becky Sorce...Has two siblings, Sydnee and Brandon…enjoys snowboarding and the beach…Father, Steve played football at Adams State (Colo.)…Was also recruited by Cal Lutheran, Western New Mexico, Midland (Neb.), Whittier, Oklahoma Panhandle State, Bethel and Bethany. CAREER STATISTICS RUSHING G Att 2011 5 16 TOTAL 5 16

Yds 61 61

TD 1 1

Lg 44 44

Avg/C 3.8 3.8

Avg/G 12.2 12.2

PASSING G Att Cmp Int Yds TD Lg Pct Avg/G Effic 2011 5 27 10 1 70 0 27 0.37 14.0 51.4 TOTAL 5 27 10 1 70 0 27 0.37 14.0 51.4 ALL PURPOSE G 2011 5 TOTAL 5

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Rush 61 61

Rec PR 0 0 0 0

KR 0 0

IR Total Avg/G 0 61 12.2 0 61 12.2

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Terry Stecker K • So. • 5-10 • 170 Plano, Texas Bishop Lynch HS Business Management

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JaLil Turner RB • Sr. • 6-2 • 225 Bay Point, Calif. Diablo Valley College (Calif.) Psychology

Why I chose KWU: I got the best scholarship offer from KWU and it is like a big family here.

Why I chose KWU: Because of the educational and athletic opportunities they provided me.

Why I chose KWU: It felt like the right place for me based on my personal goals.

At KWU: 2011 – Was 31-of-34 on PATs and 9-of-10 on field goals during the season…Named KCAC Conference and NAIA National Special Teams Player of the Week on September 19 after hitting game winning field goal against Sterling College…Selected as a Beyond Sports College Social Network Second Team All-American… Ranked second in the KCAC and tenth in the NAIA in FG percentage (.818), fourth in the KCAC and 15th in the NAIA in kick scoring average (5.8), and fourth in the KCAC and 19th in the NAIA in total field goals (9) and fifth in the KCAC and 23rd in the NAIA in kick scoring (58).

At KWU: 2011 – Recorded statistics in seven varsity games, recording ten total tackles (three solo). 2010 – Recorded statistics in two varsity games as a freshman, tallying three assisted tackles…Was listed as starting nose tackle on the depth chart for the Coyotes as a freshman.

At KWU: 2011 - Recorded statistics in nine games, rushing 79 times for 276 yards and five touchdowns in his first year with the Coyotes

High School: Attended Bishop Lynch High School in Dallas, graduating in 2011, playing for coach Bill Persinger… Played alongside KWU teammate Daniel Burton… Team was 2008 state runners-up and state semi-finalists in 2009 and 2010…Stecker was the 2010 Special Teams Player of the Year and had the 2010 Special Teams Play of the Year…Was awarded the Colin Bodensteiner Memorial Scholarship in 2010…Hit game winning 38-yard field goal to beat Houston St. Pius in a regional playoff game. Personal: Parents’ names are Olga and Timothy Stecker… Has two siblings, Talia and Tyler…Enjoys pick-up basketball, indoor soccer, spending time with friends and video games…Was also recruited by Sam Houston State, Midwestern State, Texas A&M – Kingsville, Tarleton State, Central Oklahoma, West Point Prep, Southwest Baptist and Missouri Southern…Was a St. Mark Catholic School volunteer…Named Eagle Scout in 2008…Was also part of FC Dallas Soccer Club and played high school soccer for Bishop Lynch…Nickname is “Steck”. FIELD GOALS 2011 TOTAL SCORING 2011 TOTAL

G 10 10

Att 10 10

Made 9 9

Lg 51 51

Pct 90.0 90.0

G TD Rush Pass Retn PAT 2PAT FG Total Avg/G 10 0 0 0 0 31 0 9 58 5.8 10 0 0 0 0 31 0 9 58 5.8

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High School: Attended Oak Ridge High School in Conroe, Texas, graduating in 2010…Helped the War Eagles to three Class 5A state playoff appearances…Was named First Team All-District as a junior and senior, Honorable Mention All-County as a junior and Second Team AllCounty as a senior. Personal: Parents’ names are Larry and Maura Steinman…Enjoys playing golf…Was also recruited by Nicholls State, Texas Tech and Texas-San Antonio… Nickname is “C-Train”. CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE G UA A Total TFL Yds PD FF FR BLKD 2010 2 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2011 7 3 7 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 9 3 10 13 0 0 0 0 0 0

Junior College: Played two seasons at Diablo Valley College (Calif.) for coach Mike Darr…Vikings played in a bowl game in 2009…Named as an Academic All-American in 2009. High School: Attended Mt. Diablo High School in Concord, Calif., graduating in 2008, playing for coach Rick Bradley…Was named “Cream of the Crop” in 2008, First Team All-League in 2007 and 2008…Was also on the track team where he was the 100m and 200m champion in 2007…Was named a Scholar Athlete in track in 2008… Ran for 248 yards in a game against a top defensive unit…Was basketball team MVP in 2005, Track and Field team MVP in 2007 and 2008 and football MVP in 2007 and 2008. Personal: Parents’ names are Delia McGary and Aviln Turner…Has three siblings, Deon, Mario and Maurice… enjoys shopping and Xbox…Was also recruited by McPherson, New Mexico Highlands, Lincoln, Pembrooke and Iowa Wesleyan…Nickname is “Mr. 23”. CAREER STATISTICS RUSHING G Att 2011 9 79 TOTAL 9 79 RECEIVING G 2011 9 TOTAL 9 ALL PURPOSE G 2011 9 TOTAL 9

Rec Yds 2 8 2 8 Rush 276 276

Yds 276 276 TD 0 0

TD 5 5 Lg 5 5

Rec PR 8 0 8 0

Lg 15 15

Avg/C 3.5 3.5

Avg/G 30.7 30.7

Rec/G Avg/C 0.2 4 0.2 4

Avg/G 0.9 0.9

KR 0 0

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Sam Vaughan QB • So. • 6-4 • 175 Round Rock, Texas Round Rock HS Criminal Justice

Why I chose KWU: to get the opportunity to play football. At KWU: 2011 – As a freshman, played primarily junior varsity at quarterback, but is credited with receptions in three games, four receptions for a total of 27 yards. High School: Attended Round Rock High School in Round Rock, Texas, graduating in 2011…Played for coach Jeff Cheatham…Team was named as an Army Strong 5A Team of the Week…Threw for over 1300 yards and 10 TDs… Member of National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta… attended same high school as MLB players John Danks (CWS) and Ryan Langerhans (LAA). Personal: Parents’ names are David and Virginia Vaughan…Has two siblings, Davie and Tanner… Brother Tanner played baseball at Mary Hardin Baylor for four years…Enjoys hunting and fishing…Was also recruited by Tabor and Trinity University…Was active with Habitat for Humanity and Special Olympics. CAREER STATISTICS RECEIVING G Rec Yds 2011 3 4 27 TOTAL 3 4 27 ALL PURPOSE G 2011 3 TOTAL 3

Rush 0 0

TD 0 0

Lg 18 18

Rec PR 27 0 27 0

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Rec/G Avg/C 1.3 6.8 1.3 6.8 KR 0 0

Avg/G 9.0 9.0

Why I chose KWU: I chose KWU because I was getting the chance to continue playing football. At KWU: 2011 – Recorded statistics in two varsity games, tallying two assisted tackles. 2010 – Recorded statistics in one varsity game, making one solo tackle…played primarily junior varsity as a freshman. High School: Attended Junction City High School, graduating in 2009, playing for coach Randall Zimmerman…Team was 6A State Champions in 2009… Was team captain as a junior and senior and was twice Player of the Week. Personal: Parents’ names are Leona and Michael Walker… Has two siblings, Sakinda and Emory… Enjoys weight lifting, basketball and football…Was also recruited by Hutchinson CC…Nickname is “C-Walk”. CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE G UA 2010 1 1 2011 2 0 TOTAL 3 1

Why I chose KWU: I received a scholarship to play football. At KWU: 2011 – Played primarily junior varsity for the Coyotes as a freshman…Also played baseball for the Coyotes. High School: Attended Falcon High School in Peyton, Colo., graduating in 2011, playing for coaches Jason Catron and Sean Sloan…Was named First Team All-Conference and Second Team Class 4A All-State in Colorado. Personal: Parents’ names are John and Julie Vela…Has two siblings, John, Jr., and Jeff…Enjoys snowboarding… Was born in Cheyenne, Wyo.

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Korey Winn WR • Jr. • 5-7 • 150 Mesquite, Texas Horn HS Business / Mathematics

Why I chose KWU: To try to win a KCAC Championship. At KWU: 2011 – Recorded statistics in two varsity games, catching three passes for a total of 26 yards. 2010 – Played primarily junior varsity for the Coyotes as a freshman High School: Attended Horn High School in Mesquite, Texas, graduating in 2009, playing for coach Rodney Webb…Team was district champs and the first class to reach the playoffs…Was named Honorable Mention All-District. Personal: Parents’ names are Fred and Sandra Winn… Has one brother…enjoys playing football…Nickname is “K Winn”. CAREER STATISTICS RECEIVING G Rec Yds 2011 2 3 26 TOTAL 2 3 26 ALL PURPOSE G 2011 2 TOTAL 2

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Chris Alford DL • Fr. • 6-5 • 320 Lubbock. Texas Estacado HS Marketing

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Tre’mon Borden DL • Fr. • 6-0 • 235 Allen, Texas Plano East HS Kinesiology

Why I chose KWU: It is a great school with a family feel and many opportunities.

Why I chose KWU: I liked the athletic program and it seemed like the right place for me to be.

High School: Attended Estacado High School, graduating in 2012.

High School: Attended Plano East High School, graduating in 2012.

Personal: Was born in Lubbock, Texas.

Personal: Was born in New Orleans, La.…Nickname is “AllState”.

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LJ Ausama RB • Fr. • 5-7 • 175 Plano, Texas Plano HS Pre-Engineering

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Why I chose KWU: for the football program. High School: Attended Plano High School, graduating in 2012, playing for coach Jadyon Mchoullgh…Team advanced to the second round of state playoffs…Was named First Team All-District. Personal: Parents’ names are Sean Young and Lemuel Ausama…has seven siblings – Dillon Williams, Lynsney, Devin, Logan, Lamarie, Kayla, Leah – Enjoys playing 2K and hanging out with friends and family…Nickname is “Boogie”…Played AAU basketball for the Hurricanes.

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Maverick Beissner OL • Fr. • 6-2 • 260 Waller, Texas Royal HS Engineering

Why I chose KWU: A great opportunity for me to play football as I get a great education. High School: Attended Royal High School in Brookshire, Texas, graduating in 2012…Helped the Falcons to the third round of the state playoffs two years in a row…Was named First Team All-District at center two years in a row and Second Team Academic All-State. Personal: Parents’ names are Paul and Cyndi Beissner… Has three siblings, Aubrie, Cale and Cheyenne… Enjoys working on his truck, hunting and fishing…Was also recruited by Abilene Christian, Texas-San Antonio and Saint Mary…Was involved with FFA helping with the FFA chili supper for three years and also helped with the MetroGo-Texas dinner for three years.

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Dakota Christopher DL • Fr. • 6-1 • 200 Palmer, Texas Palmer HS Athletic Training

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Corey Collins DB • Fr. • 5-11 • 190 Houston, Texas North Shore HS Computer Science

Why I chose KWU: I wanted to play football out of state. High School: Attended North Shore High School in Houston, graduating in 2012, playing for coaches David Aymond and Garret Cross…Helped the Mustangs to a state championship in track in 2011. Personal: Was born in Houston…Nickname is “Ace”.

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Keenan Davenport DB • Fr. • 5-9 • 180 Grand Prairie, Texas South Grand Prairie HS Criminal Justice

Why I chose KWU: It is a great school and the chance to play college football

Why I chose KWU: Because of the successful academic programs.

High School: Attended Palmer High School, graduating in 2012.

High School: Attended South Grand Prairie High School, graduating in 2012

Personal: Parents’ names are Stephen and Katie Christopher…Was born in Waxahachie, Texas.

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Daniel Colli OL • Jr. • 6-1 • 270 Tracy, Calif. Delta College (Calif.) Accounting

Why I chose KWU: Kansas Wesleyan was the right choice for me because they offered me the opportunity to join a program that is on the rise. The coaches at Kansas Wesleyan really sealed the deal and made me feel like this was the right choice for me. Junior College: Played two seasons as Delta College (Calif.) for coach Gary Barlow… where he helped the offense rack up 432.4 yards of total offense per game and 40.1 points per game in 2011. Delta defeated DeAnza College 63-16 to win the 2011 Togo’s Delta Bowl. High School: Attended Tracy High School, graduating in 2009, playing for coach Mark Stroup… Was named First Team All-Area, First Team All-League, Team Captain and team Lineman of the Year…Was named Team MVP

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John Dewey OL • Jr. • 5-10 • 240 Ukiah, Calif. Mendocino College (Calif.) History Education

Why I chose KWU: KWU is a good school and had the majors I wanted. Junior College: Played two seasons at Mendocino College in Ukiah, Calif., playing for coach Mike Mari…Was named All-League for the Eagles. High School: Attended Ukiah High School, graduating in 2010, playing for coach Jeff Scheluar… Was named AllNorth Bay League for two seasons for the Wildcats. Personal: Parents’ names are Chris Dewey and Hiedi Mckeown-Dewey…Has three siblings, Kelly-Ann, Noah and Sean…Was also recruited by Tabor and Lewis and Clark.

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Kenny Diaz DB • Fr. • 5-8 • 150 Hurst, Texas LD Bell HS Education

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Kaleb Gamez RB • Fr. • 5-10 • 210 Manitou Springs, Colo. Manitou Springs HS Athletic Training

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Josh Green WR • Fr. • 6-0 • 185 Houston, Texas Northbrook HS Engineering

Why I chose KWU: I love the family bond and just the excitement of being part of the Coyote Nation! The coaches are young and great and I feel like they’ll bring a ton of energy to the team. I felt like this would be the best fit.

Why I chose KWU: It was a good fit for me.

Why I chose KWU: There is a great atmosphere on campus.

High School: Attended Manitou Springs High School, graduating in 2012, playing for coach Justin Armour.

High School: Attended Northbrook High School, graduating in 2012.

High School: Attended Hurst LD Bell High Schoo, graduating in 2012, playing for coach Mark Smith… LB Bell HS produced Arizona Diamondbacks player Ryan Roberts, along with Tommy Maddox of the Pittsburgh Steelers and new Oakland Raiders head coach Dennis Allen…Was named Honorable Mention All-District as a senior as well as Team Captain…As a junior, recorded 33 tackles, had six pass break ups… As a senior, had 47 tackles, eight pass breakups, three interceptions and a forced fumble…Also named to the A Honor Roll, and was a member of FCCLA and TAFE.

Personal: Parents’ names are Kirk and Stephanie Gamez…Has one sibling, Josh…Was also recruited by Western State and Fort Lewis…Enjoys snowboarding and hanging out

Personal: Was born in Spring Ranch, Texas.

Personal: Parents’ names are Luis and Ana Diaz…Has three siblings, Luis, Angel, Chalynn…Enjoys going to the lake and the beach, riding jet skis, movies and anything outdoors…Godfather is former Texas Ranger Juan Gonzalez…Was active off the football field, as a Relay For Life Cancer Walk helper, a participant Literacy Day at the elementary school, and was a guest speaker at East Apartments talking to kids about making good choices and being successful in school and on the field…Was also recruited by Yale, Minnesota-Duluth, Abilene Christian, Drake, Mount Union, Holy Cross and San Diego State… Nickname is “Scrap”.

Why I chose KWU: Great academics and football.

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Joe Dooley WR • Fr. • 6-1 • 160 Bonner Springs, Kan. Bonner Springs HS Undeclared

Why I chose KWU: I chose to attend Kansas Wesleyan because I had the opportunity to play football and to get a good education. Also because I have some family members in the area. High School: Attended Bonner Springs High School, graduating in 2012. Personal: Was born in Shawnee, Kan.

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Daeon Garner DB • Jr. • 5-10 • 205 Rialto, Calif. Riverside CC (Calif.) Exercise Science

Junior College: Attended Riverside CC in California for two seasons. High School: Attended Eisenhower High School, graduating in 2010. Personal: Was born in Upland, Calif.

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Blake Harris DB • Fr. • 6-0 • 170 Coppeas Cove, Texas Copperas Cove HS Nursing

Why I chose KWU: The football program is a good program looking to improve and work towards a National Championship High School: Attended Copperas Cove High School, graduating in 2012…Helped Copperas Cove to the third round of the Texas State 5A playoffs. Personal: Parents’ names are Susan and Marlon Scruggs…Has one sibling, Ethan…Enjoys sports, swimming and video games…Was also recruited by Texas State, North Texas and Concordia (Texas).

Albert Geason WR • Fr. • 5-9 • 145 Grand Prairie, Texas South Grand Prairie HS Undeclared

Why I chose KWU: For the ability to play college football. High School: Attended South Grand Prairie High School, graduating in 2012, playing for coach Brent Whitson… Was also involved with the track team, qualifying for regionals in the 110m hurdles. Personal: Parents’ names are Albert and Petrina Geason…Has two siblings, Keyon and Jaylen…Was also recruited by Austin College and Grand View (Iowa)…Enjoys listening to music and playing Call of Duty…Uncle Cory Geason played for Tulane in the late 1990s.

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Hayden Hornsby WR • Fr. • 6-2 • 190 Moreno Valley, Calif. Valley View HS Athletic Training

Why I chose KWU: I felt that it would be my best option and the best place for me to pursue my future. High School: Attended Valley View High School in Moreno Valley, Calif., graduating in 2012. Personal: Was born in San Diego.

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Tremayne Jackson DB • Fr. • 6-1 • 180 Copperas Cove, Texas Copperas Cove HS Criminal Justice / Psychology

Why I chose KWU: Good athletic programs and great academic paths for criminal justice / psychology majors. High School: Attended Copperas Cove High School, graduating in 2012 Personal: Parents’ names are Timothy and Angela Jackson…Has three siblings Kareem, Isaiah, Alijah…Was born in Emerson, Iowa…Nickname is “Action Jackson”.

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Darius Jiggetts OL • Fr. • 5-10 • 235 Wichita, Kan. Southeast HS Exercise Science – Physical Education

Why I chose KWU: I liked the campus, people and lifestyle. High School: Attended Wichita Southeast High School, graduating in 2012, playing for coach Chris Asmussen Personal: Parents’ names are Leon and Clanita Jiggetts… Enjoys playing music…Was also recruited by Ottawa, Friends, Dodge City CC and Highland CC…Nickname is “Jiggs”.

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Jason Johnstad OL • Jr. • 6-3 • 290 Escalon, Calif. Delta College (Calif.) Criminal Justice

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Mark LeBlanc WR • Fr. • 5-10 • 170 Austin, Texas Lanier HS Psychology

Why I chose KWU: I chose to attend Kansas Wesleyan, because of their football program and their Criminal Justice program.

Why I chose KWU: Wanted to go out of state to college, and i have to the chance to play both sports I love; football and baseball.

Junior College: Played two seasons at Delta College, helping the offense rack up 432.4 yards of total offense per game and 40.1 points per game in 2011. Delta defeated DeAnza College 63-16 to win the 2011 Togo’s Delta Bowl.

High School: Attended Lanier High School in Austin, Texas, graduating in 2012, playing for coaches Odis Jones and Jacob Anderson…Was a two-time First Team All-District receiver and a First Team All-District selection at safety… In baseball, was a four-time First Team All-District selection, District MVP and All-Centex (Central Texas) in the outfield.

High School: Attended Escalon High School, graduating in 2010. Personal: Parents’ names are Mark and Steffenie Johnstad…has one sibling, Jennifer.

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Hunter Keith DL • Fr. • 6-2 • 290 Neodesha, Kan. Neodesha, Kan. Secondary Education

Why I chose KWU: I decided to attend Kansas Wesleyan because of the standards the students are held to. I feel that the university wants all of the people attending it to succeed in life. In wanting this, they are held up to a high standard. \High School: Attended Neodesha High School, graduating in 2012, playing for coach John Black…Keith helped the Bluestreaks to a sectional runner-up title in 2010 and to a Bi-District runner up spot in 2011…Was named All-League, All-Area, All-State as well as Team Defensive Lineman of the Year…Was a four-year Renaissance Scholar, Stuco class representative and was a a member of the select choir.

Personal: Parents’ names are Delores Palomo and Mark LeBlanc…Has two relatives with pro football experience - Alvin LeBlanc played collegiately at Wichita State and professionally for the Philadelphia Eagles; Michael LeBlanc played one season with the New England Patriots in 1987…Was also recruited by Sam Houston State and Huston Tillotson…Enjoys relaxing with friends and family…Nickname is “LB”.

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Hayden McClain WR • Fr. • 6-3 • 195 Santa Paula, Calif. Santa Paula HS Religion and Philosophy

Why I chose KWU: My brother attends KW and plays football there. I’ve just come to really enjoy the environment and the people at KW and in Salina. Also, they have a solid football program, a great coaching staff, and they have my major.

High School: Attended Santa Paula High School, graduating in 2012, playing for coach Teohua Sanchez… Was named Honorable Mention All-League in 2011 and Second Team All-League in 2012…Was the 2012 recipient Personal: Parents’ names are Brian and Anna Keith… of the Faith and Family award…Helped the Cardinals has three siblings, Andrew Silva, Elliot Silva and Connor Keith…Enjoys playing “Bluestreak Ball” - a game invented to a Frontier League Championship in 2009 and three at his high school that is a variant of touch football, lifting straight playoff appearances… Had 16 receptions for 175 yards as a junior and 27 catches for 350 yards and two weights, and learning little known things about history… touchdowns as a senior…Was an Academic All-County Was also recruited by Missouri Southern State, Butler CC, selection in 2010 and 2012, Class President three years Hutchinson CC and Oklahoma Wesleyan…Nickname is and Commissioner of Activites at Santa Paula High. “Moose”… Outside of the gridiron was responsible for tutoring underclassmen, cleaning up the school and gym Personal: Parents’ names are Scott and Christy after games and after school. McClain…has three siblings, Ashlee, Travis and Zach… Brother, Zach plays football for KWU…Enjoys playing PS3, reading, surfing, beach volleyball, hanging out with friends, drawing, writing and spending time with Jesus... Was also recruited by William Penn, Grand View and South Dakota Mines.

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Stance McMahan LB • Fr. • 6-1 • 195 Caddo Mills, Texas Caddo Mills HS Engineering

Why I chose KWU: I chose Kansas Wesleyan because they have a great pre-med program and i’m getting to play football also. High School: Attended Caddo Mills High School, graduating in 2012, playing for coach Steve Sumrow... Received Honorable Mention All-District honors at linebacker in 2011 and Second Team All-District honors in 2012. Personal: Parents’ names are Mark and Linda … has two siblings, Grant and Gabriella…Enjoys playing football, golf and pretty much any other sport…Was also recruited by Henderson State and Arkansas State.

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Justin Natal WR • Fr. • 5-7 • 165 Shiner, Texas St. Paul HS Business Management

Why I chose KWU: I chose to come here because I want my degree in business while I play football. High School: Attended St. Paul High School in Shiner, Texas, graduating in 2012. Personal: Was born in San Marcos, Texas.

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Alex Niuatoa DL • So. • 5-11 • 260 Hayward, Calif. Laney College (Calif.) Sport and Exercise Science

Why I chose KWU: To continue my football career and to pursue an education in physical therapy. Junior College: Played two seasons at Laney College for coach John Beam

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Alex Peppe WR • Fr. • 5-7 • 160 Montgomery, Texas Montgomery HS Communications

Why I chose KWU: For the chance to play college football. High School: Attended Montgomery High School, graduating in 2012, playing for coach John Bolfing… Helped the Bears to a Bi-District championship and to the fourth round of playoffs in 2011…Was named All-County and Second Team All-District in 2010 and 2011…Was also named All-District as a return specialist…Also named Academic All-District…Was a member of National Honor Society. Personal: Parents’ names are Jim and Crystal Peppe… Nickname is “AP”.

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Blake Pontius QB • Fr. • 6-3 • 200 Wichita, Kan. Maize HS Undeclared

Why I chose KWU: The coaches were very cool with me and made me feel wanted. I also loved the atmosphere, and the campus was very nice as well. High School: Attended Maize High School, graduating in 2012, playing for coach Gary Guzman…Led the AVCTL league in passing yards as a senior…Also played baseball for the Eagles, leading them to four straight league titles in baseball and an undefeated state championship in baseball in 2011…Was named Honorable Mention AllAVCTL as a pitcher as a senior. Personal: Parents’ names are Brian and Mari Pontius… one sibling, Meghan…Was also recruited by Hutchinson CC, Dodge City CC, Independence CC, McPherson, Tabor and Midland (Neb.)…Enjoys hunting, fishing, tubing, jet skiing, sand volleyball, baking and hanging out with friends…Nickname is “Pontiac”…Spent time helping out with landscape work at Rainbows United, a developmental training center for children with severe, multiple disabilities who were ineligible for special education services provided through the public schools.

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Marc Porras DB • Jr. • 5-9 • 180 Stockton, Calif. Delta College (Calif.) Criminal Justice

Why I chose KWU: A great football program with great coaches. The criminal justice department is fantastic too. Junior College: Played two seasons at Delta College for coach Gary Barlow…Helped Delta win the Valley Conference title in 2010…Was named First Team AllValley Conference in 2011. High School: Attended Edison High School in Stockton, Calif., graduating in 2009, playing for coach Elliot Burke…Was named First Team All-Area Personal: Parents’ names are Richard and Tracy Porras… Has one sibling, Jeremy…Enjoys snowboarding, fishing and video games…Spent the Spring 2012 semester at the University of Nevada-Reno before transferring to KWU.

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Mark Post WR • Fr. • 6-0 • 150 Sayre, Okla. Sayre HS Engineering

Why I chose KWU: I liked the environment on campus High School: Attended Sayre High School, graduating in 2012, playing for coach Wes Brower…Was named AllDistrict at receiver and had 26 tackles in a single game. Personal: Parents’ names are Ron Post and Teri and Fred Figueroa…Enjoys hunting…Was also recruited by Oklahoma Panhandle State and the University of Central Oklahoma.

High School: Attended Hayward High School, graduating in 2009, playing for coach Bill Bishop…Was named Second Team All-League at defensive tackle in 2008 and 2009. Personal: Parents’ names are Lucy and Aifai Niuatoa… Has three siblings, AJ, Angel and Ayden…Was also recruited by Saint Mary, McPherson, University of the Redlands, Whitworth, Robert Morris and MinnesotaCrookston…Enjoys playing video games, playing the ukulele, rugby and being with his family.

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Eric Reed DB • Fr. • 5-7 • 155 Denver, Colo. Manual HS Business

Why I chose KWU: I Chose to attend Kansas Wesleyan because it seems like I have the best chance of fitting in this school. Kansas Wesleyan is a good sized school and it will give me the chance to expand my relationship with others from different states and backgrounds. High School: Attended Manual High School in Denver, Colo., graduating in 2012, playing for coach Douglas Clinkscales…Was named team MVP three times (2009 – 2011), Team Captain three years (2009 – 2011)… Named Second Team All-Colorado Conference in 2010 and Honorable Mention All-Conference in 2011…Led the team with 90 tackles, also had over 300 yards on kick returns and over 500 yards rushing…Received the Linda Bates Transou Commitment to Excellence Award which is given for academic and athletic excellence. Personal: Parents’ names are Felicia Williams and Eric Reed, Sr…. one sibling, Latajunae…Enjoys participating in and watching athletics and going to the movies…Was also recruited by McPherson and Dakota Wesleyan.

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Alex Renken QB • Fr. • 6-1 • 190 Downs, Kan. Lakeside HS Undeclared

Why I chose KWU: For the football program. High School: Attended Lakeside High School in Downs, Kan., graduating in 2012, playing for coach Curt Christians…Helped team to a District and Regional Championship and a Sub-State runner-up title…Was named Second Team All-District. Personal: Parents’ names are Daniel Renken and Linda Stinnett…Has two siblings, Teah and Shayne…Enjoys hunting and golfing…Was also recruited by Sterling College…played summer baseball for coach Brenon Odle.

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Blaine Ruiz WR • Jr. • 6-0 • 200 Hemet, Calif. San Diego Mesa College (Calif.) Criminal Justice

Why I chose KWU: For football and because of the Criminal Justice Program. Junior College: Played one season at Southwestern Junior College (2009) and was at San Diego Mesa College for two years (2010-2011). High School: Attended Hemet High School, graduating in 2009, playing for coach Andy Boyton…Helped the Bulldogs earn a co-conference championship in 2007 and make the first round of the CIF Playoffs…Team also was awarded the All-State Academic Award…Individually was twice named team Receiver of the Year, and was named AllLeague at Tight End. Personal: Parents’ names are Daniel Ruiz and Lori Hankins…Enjoys playing video games, going to movies and the beach and playing other sports…Was also recruited by Widener University, University of the Redlands and Sacramento State.

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Colton Spresser QB • Fr. • 6-0 • 160 Hoxie, Kan. Hoxie HS Biology

Why I chose KWU: I am attending Kansas Wesleyan because of the football program and for the biology major. I also chose KWU because the football program has a few JV games. High School: Attended Hoxie High School, graduating in 2012, playing for coaches Lance Baar, Aaron Dardis and Tom Friess…Helped the Indians to a third place finish at state in basketball in 2012…Was named All-League at quarterback in 2010 and 2011 and All-District in 2011… Was on the honor roll and a member of National Honor Society. Personal: Parents’ names are Missy and Jerry Spresser… One sibling, Derek…Was also recruited by Tabor…Enjoys playing video games, hanging out with friends and being with family…Was involved with Big Brothers / Big Sisters.

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Brad Standlee OL • Fr. • 6-0 • 220 Belvue, Kan. Wamego HS Athletic Training

Channing Rutherford DB • Fr. • 5-4 • 120 Salina, Kan. Sacred Heart HS Athletic Training

Why I chose KWU: It looked like a great place to start my college football career.

Why I chose KWU: They have the best coaching staff and facilities. The fact that is close to home, had my major and was the best financial fit for me.

High School: Attended Wamego High School, graduating in 2012.

High School: Attended Sacred Heart High School in Salina, graduating in 2012, playing for coach Bruce Graber… Helped the Knights to District championships in 2008, 2010 and 2011 and make appearances in the state playoffs those seasons…Was a 2011 All-County Honorable Mention selection and was a 2011 team captain…Was also a 2011 Senior Cabinet member, and a three-time Kansas Class 2A State Powerlifting Champion – 2010 – 114 pounds; 2011 and 2012 – 123 pounds. Personal: Parents’ names are Derrick and JoVonna Rutherford…Has two siblings, Kira and Rieker… Enjoys playing video games and weightlifting…Was also recruited by Bethany and Sterling…Nickname is “Cheyney”…Was featured on KSN-TV when signed with KWU about being one of the smallest collegiate football players…Story was picked up by a few national outlets.

Personal: Parents’ names are Brian and Jeanette Standlee…Has one sibling, Nicole…Was born in Hutchinson.

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Lee Stewart WR • Jr. • 6-0 • 185 Los Angeles, Calif. LA Southwest College (Calif.) Sociology

Why I chose KWU: Because I liked how big the classrooms are, how every one here comes together as a team and how the people here are very nice they make me feel at home. I also liked the fact the the coaches and faculty wants you to play hard on the field and in the classroom. Junior College: Played two seasons at LA Southwest College. High School: Attended Locke High School. Personal: Parents’ names are Lee Stewart and Yolanda Calbert…Was born in Los Angeles.

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Evan Umstead LB • Jr. • 5-9 • 220 King City, Calif. Monterey Peninsula College (Calif.) Criminal Justice

Why I chose KWU: I was given the opportunity to play football for the Coyotes. Junior College: Played two seasons at Monterey Peninsula College, earning First Team All-Conference in 2011 and was named the MPC Outstanding Linebacker of the Year at MPC…Graduated with honors with an Associate Degree in Social Sciences. High School: Attended King City High School, graduating in 2009, playing for coach Norman Silva…Was named Second Team All-League as a junior and senior…Had a GPA over 3.0 all four years of high school. Personal: Parents’ names are Ted and Margie Umstead… Has two siblings, Blake and Brett…Was also recruited by Waldorf College (Iowa)…Enjoys spending time at home hanging out with family, playing basketball, working out and going to the lake.

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Jordan Walker WR • Fr. • 6-3 • 170 Wichita, Kan. Rigby HS (Idaho) Pre-Pharmacy

Why I chose KWU: My mother graduated from Kansas Wesleyan and it is a good start to what I would like to go into for school. High School: Attended Rigby High School in Rigby, Idaho, graduating in 2012, playing for coach Casey Faulkner… Was team captain and a member of the honor roll. Personal: Parents’ names are Robert and April Walker… one sibling, Nathan…Enjoys golf and swimming…Brother Nathan plays basketball at Blue Mountain Community College in Pendleton, Ore.

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September 3 ........................ at Southern Nazarene University (Okla.) ..........................Loss .....................23-52 September 10 ...................... at No. 10 Ottawa University .............................................Loss .....................19-44 September 17 ..................... STERLING COLLEGE ......................................................... Win ......................24-21 September 24 ..................... BETHANY COLLEGE ..........................................................Loss .......................0-25 October 1............................. at Friends University........................................................Loss .....................26-63 October 8............................ TABOR COLLEGE .............................................................. Win ......................34-15 October 15........................... at Lindenwood University (Mo.)........................................Loss .....................16-61 October 22........................... at Bethel College ............................................................. Win ........................68-7 October 29.......................... SOUTHWESTERN COLLEGE ............................................... Win ......................45-35 November 5 ......................... at McPherson College ...................................................... Win ......................38-37 November 12 ...................... UNIVERSITY OF SAINT MARY ...........................................Loss .....................16-21 After the successes of the 2010 campaign with a 7-3 record overall and 6-3 in the KCAC, the Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes were disappointed with the 2011 campaign that finished with a 5-6 overall record and 5-4 in the KCAC. The 5-4 mark in conference play tied the Coyotes for fourth in the final conference standings with Friends. Ottawa was the KCAC Champion, finishing with an unblemished 9-0 record in the league and a 9-3 mark overall. The Braves were the only conference team to reach the NAIA Football Championship Series, where they lost to Azusa Pacfic (Calif.), losing to the Cougars 49-26. 2011 was the first season for any team in the KCAC to be able to play 11 regular season games thanks in part to the KCAC Sport Regulation Initiative that helped align the conference rules to more closely follow the NAIA rules for practice and competition in all sports. Wesleyan’s 2011 campaign started in Bethany, Okla., against Southern Nazarene on September 3. The Crimson Storm were in their transition year into NCAA Division II in 2011. The Coyotes were knocked off in a season opener for the first time since 2008 in the 52-23 loss to the Crimson Storm. The Coyotes led 14-10 after the first quarter as a 39yard pass from Trey Dallas to Zach McClain as the quarter expired put Wesleyan ahead. Southern Nazarene controlled the rest of the game, outscoring Wesleyan 42-9 the rest of the way, outgaining the Coyotes 622 to 385 in total offense and forcing three Coyote turnovers. Things didn’t get any easier for the Coyotes in week number two as Ottawa University, then ranked No. 10 in the NAIA Top 25, trounced the Coyotes 44-19 at Peoples Bank Field in Ottawa. Dallas threw the ball 63 times in the game, but completed just 23 of those passes and was intercepted once. Carl Caldwell caught six passes for 124 yards and a score and Jerome Wooten caught a TD pass for the Coyotes. Finally in the third week of the season, Wesleyan posted a victory in a 24-21 decision over the Sterling Warriors. It was the first win for the Coyotes over Sterling since current Warrior head coach Andy Lambert took over the program, breaking a seven-game losing streak against the Warriors. Terry Stecker was the hero of the game, booting home a 46-yard field goal as time expired for the game winner, capping a 17-point rally for the Coyotes, as they erased a

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The next week Wesleyan got to take out all of its early season frustration on a struggling Bethel College team on October 22 in North Newton in a 68-7 rout of the Threshers. The win was the first of three straight that eventually evened Wesleyan’s record at 5-5.

Dallas returned at quarterback and led the Coyotes to 635 yards of total offense, as he went 12-of-18 for 296 yards and three scores. Four different players threw passes for the Coyotes who tossed for 403 yards as a team while Giesen led the rushing attack with 85 yards. The Coyote defense 21-7 Sterling lead midway through the second quarter for forced four turnovers and the special teams came through the win. Stecker, a freshman, would go on to earn KCAC blocking a punt for a touchdown helping the Coyotes score Conference and NAIA National Special Teams Player of the 30 second quarter points. Week honors for his game-winning kick. Brett Giesen had a stellar running game against the Warriors rushing for 153 Wesleyan kept the winning streak going the next week in yards on 14 carries as Wesleyan outgained Sterling 458 to a wild 45-35 win over Southwestern. Southwestern racked 250 in the game. up 523 yards of offense against the Coyotes, but Wesleyan held the advantage on the scoreboard. Wesleyan led 45-14 The next week was Homecoming for the Coyotes, and the at the start of the fourth quarter, but Southwestern scored 99th meeting between Wesleyan and arch-rival Bethany 21 unanswered points to cut the lead to the final score of College on the gridiron. Bethany would post its 55th win in 45-35. Giesen ran for another 177 yards and scored four the series with a 25-0 win over the Coyotes. Not much went touchdowns in the game while Seth Myers had five catches right for Wesleyan who was blanked for the first time since for 99 yards. Stecker connected on a career long 51-yard November 17, 2001, as the Coyotes turned the ball over field goal in the game as well. four times in the game and were outgained 466 to 283 in total offense. Giesen did have his second straight 100-yard November 5 saw the Coyotes come away with a wild 38rushing game with 107 yards on the ground, but Bethany’s 37 win over McPherson College. Special teams play and Junior Allen countered with 167 yards on 33 carries and the one costly penalty made all the difference in the game for game’s only touchdown. McPherson. The Bulldogs missed an extra point try in the second quarter, and then made a huge mental mistake at Wesleyan opened October with a trip to Wichita against the the end of the game. McPherson scored a touchdown to pull Friends University Falcons. In just two minutes and nine within a point with one second left in the fourth quarter, but seconds, Friends led the Coyotes 15-0 setting the tone of receiver Joe Middleton took his helmet off celebrating the the day in Wesleyan’s 63-26 loss. The Coyotes managed score, resulting in a 15-yard penalty, forcing the Bulldogs just four first downs and 148 yards of total offense and to try a 35-yard PAT against a stiff south wind to tie the Dallas left the game in the second quarter with a hamstring score. Nick Kouth’s kick fell just short of the crossbar and injury and would miss the rest of the game and the next Wesleyan would survive. The Coyote offense was fueled by two contests. a 256 yard rushing effort by Giesen that earned him KCAC and NAIA National Player of the Week honors. Caldwell had Despite falling to 1-4 after the first five games, the Coyotes nine catches for 95 yards in the game. would finish the season winning four of the last six contests to finish 5-6 overall. After the loss to Friends, the Coyotes The Coyotes closed the season in disappointing fashion with rallied for a 34-15 win over Tabor College on October 8. a 21-16 loss to the University of Saint Mary, the first victory by the Spires over the Coyotes in the 12 all-time meetings It was a breakout game for Giesen rushing the ball, carrying between the teams. for 174 yards and a score as the Coyotes pounded out 271 yards rushing in the game. Saint Mary took a 21-10 lead in the fourth quarter, but the Coyotes rallied, scoring with 8:43 to go after a 52-yard punt The next week Wesleyan stepped out of conference for return by Mitchell. After holding Saint Mary on downs at the second time, heading to St. Charles, Mo., to take the KWU-15, the Coyotes drove to the Saint Mary 35 when on Lindenwood University, another school making the Dallas was intercepted by Trevion Sims to seal the win for transition into NCAA Division II. The Lions, coached by the Spires. former KWU assistant coach Pat Ross showed no mercy to the Coyotes beating them 61-16. Giesen rushed for 1308 yards on the season, ranking fourth in the NAIA in rushing per game, while Dallas ranked 20th Still without Dallas behind center, the Coyotes’ lone bright in the NAIA in total offense. spot in the game came from the defense as Ken Mitchell picked off a pass and returned it 59 yards to put the Coyotes The Coyotes placed 15 players on the All-KCAC teams up 6-0. Lindenwood quickly responded with 30 unanswered and had two NAIA National Players of the Week during the points to take a 30-6 lead while scoring 34 points in the season. second quarter alone to take a 44-9 lead into the half.

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KWU 309 28.1 215 93 101 21 1953 2126 173 434 4.5 177.5 18 2190 407/192/8 5.4 11.4 199.1 17 4143 841 4.9 376.6 65/1101 26/269 11/163 16.9 10.3 14.8 19/14 83/2636 31.8 27.3 52/476 43.3 25:02 56/183 .306 7/23 .304 13/73 40 12/16 31/34

SCORING --Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS --Rushing --Passing --Penalty NET RUSHING YARDAGE --Yards Gained Rushing --Yards Lost Rushing --Rushing Attempts --Average Per Rush --Average Per Game --TDs Rushing NET PASSING YARDAGE --Att/Comp/Int --Average Per Pass --Average Per Catch --Average Per Game --TDs Passing TOTAL NET OFFENSE --Total Plays --Average Per Play --Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: NUMBER/YARDS PUNTS RETURNS: NUMBER/YARDS INTS RETURNS: NUMBER/YARDS KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES/LOST PUNTS/YARDS --Average Per Punt --Net Punt Average PENALTIES/YARDS --Average Per Game TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 3RD DOWN CONVERSIONS --3rd Down Pct. 4RD DOWN CONVERSIONS --4th Down Pct. SACKS BY/YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS/ATTEMPTS PAT/ATTEMPTS SCORE BY QUARTERS Kansas Wesleyan Opponents

1st 95 89

2nd 94 135

3rd 54 74

OPP 381 34.6 243 106 120 17 2128 2375 247 493 4.3 193.5 17 2708 412/223/11 6.6 12.1 246.2 26 4836 905 5.3 439.6 51/923 35/368 8/244 18.1 10.5 30.5 18/14 69/2549 36.9 33 74/713 64.8 34:36 64/197 .325 15/27 .556 9/52 47 18/25 41/44 4th 66 83

Total 309 381

OVERALL INDIVIDUAL STATS RUSHING

G 11 9 4 9 5 10 5 5 7 10 10 7 11 3 11

Att 217 79 26 47 16 23 6 7 1 2 2 1 6 1 434

PASSING

G 9 4 5 9 11

Effic 106.6 91.4 51.4 623.2 102.2

RECEIVING

G 10 9 9 7 10 9 11 6 3 2 9 9 8 1 4 11

Giesen, Brett Turner, JaLil Crisler, Austin Dallas, Trey Sorce, Steven Rhoades, Brok Reed, Mark Cook, John-Michael Ham, Corey Counts, Sean Caldwell, Carl Sachs, Taylor TEAM, Ochoa, Jesus Total

Dallas, Trey Crisler, Austin Sorce, Steven Myers, Seth Total

Caldwell, Carl McClain, Zach Myers, Seth Ham, Corey Wooten, Jerome Roberts, Jeff Giesen, Brett Scott, Brandon Vaughan, Sam Winn, Korey Dallas, Trey Turner, JaLil Rooney, Jeff Smith, Nick Owens, Kyle Total

PUNTING Ochoa, Jesus Burton, Daniel TEAM, Total

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FGM/FGA 9/10 3/5 0/1 No 11 71 1 83

Cmp 156 25 10 1 192

Net 1308 276 86 150 61 57 15 8 8 5 4 1 -14 -12 1953 Int 6 1 1 0 8

Avg 6.0 3.5 3.3 3.2 3.8 2.5 2.5 1.1 8.0 2.5 2.0 1.0 -2.3 -12.0 4.5

Pct 0.480 0.470 0.370 1.000 0.500

TD 12 5 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18

Yds 1873 224 70 23 2190

TD 14 2 0 1 17

Long 74 15 23 23 44 14 9 5 8 4 4 1 2 0 74 Long 70 22 27 23 70

Avg/G 118.9 30.7 21.5 16.7 12.2 5.7 3.0 1.6 1.1 0.5 0.4 0.1 -1.3 -4.0 177.5 Avg/G 208.1 56.0 14.0 2.6 199.1

Yds 486 342 272 214 421 165 64 106 27 26 13 8 23 16 7 2190

Avg 13.9 9.8 10.9 8.6 17.5 8.7 7.1 17.7 6.8 8.7 6.5 4 23 16 7 11.4

TD 4 4 2 0 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 17

Long 70 39 48 43 57 24 14 37 18 10 13 5 23 16 7 70

Avg/G 48.6 38 30.2 30.6 42.1 18.3 5.8 17.7 9 13 1.4 0.9 2.9 16 1.8 199.1

G 9 11 4 9 5 10 9 5 5 7 10 10 7 3 11 11

Plays 373 217 79 79 43 23 1 6 7 1 2 2 1 1 6 841

Rush 150 1308 86 276 61 57 0 15 8 8 5 4 1 -12 -14 1953

Pass 1873 0 224 0 70 0 23 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2190

Total 2023 1308 310 276 131 57 23 15 8 8 5 4 1 -12 -14 4143

Avg/G 224.8 118.9 77.5 30.7 26.2 5.7 2.6 3.0 1.6 1.1 0.5 0.4 0.1 -4.0 -1.3 376.6

Dallas, Trey Giesen, Brett Crisler, Austin Turner, JaLil Sorce, Steven Rhoades, Brok Myers, Seth Reed, Mark Cook, John-Michael Ham, Corey Counts, Sean Caldwell, Carl Sachs, Taylor Ochoa, Jesus TEAM, Total

Stecker, Terry Ochoa, Jesus TEAM,

Att 326 53 27 1 407

Lost 29 18 15 45 30 2 4 2 0 0 0 0 16 12 173

No. 35 35 25 25 24 19 9 6 4 3 2 2 1 1 1 192

TOTAL OFFENSIVE YARDS

FIELD GOALS

Gain 1337 294 101 195 91 59 19 10 8 5 4 1 2 0 2126

Pct 90% 60% 0 Yds 412 2224 0 2636

01-19 0/0 0/0 0/0

20-29 5/5 1/1 0/0 Avg 37.5 31.3 0 31.8

30-39 0/0 0/1 0/0

40-49 3/4 2/3 0/1

50-99 1/1 0/0 0/0

Long 58 59 0 59

TB 1 2 0 3

FC 2 10 0 27

LgM/LgA 51/51 49/49 0/42 I20 1 9 0 0

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2011 POSTSEASON HONORS

G 11 10 10 11 9 9 9 9 7 9 7 6 10 10 4 10 5 5 8 3 2 8 1 10 11 5 11 4 6 1 11 11 11 3 11 11

Rush 1308 4 0 0 0 276 0 0 8 150 1 0 5 57 86 0 15 61 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -12 -14 1953

Rec 64 486 421 0 342 8 165 272 214 13 0 106 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27 26 23 16 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2190

PR 0 0 0 223 0 0 0 0 12 0 34 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 269

KOR 370 237 0 0 0 0 111 0 0 0 89 0 96 34 0 69 47 0 29 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 6 4 0 -2 2 0 0 1101

IR 0 0 0 125 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 0 8 0 0 0 3 5 0 0 0 163

MR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Tot 1742 727 421 348 342 284 276 272 234 163 124 106 101 91 86 79 62 61 29 27 26 23 16 12 9 8 8 7 6 4 3 3 2 -12 -14 5676

SCORING

TD 13 0 5 4 4 4 3 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 40

FGs 0/0 9/10 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 3/5 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/1 0/0 12/16

Kick 0/0 31/34 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 31/34

Rush 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

Rcv 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

Pass 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/1 0/0 0/1 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/0 0/0 0/4 1/6

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

Saf 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PUNT RETURNS

No. 22 2 1 1 26

Yds 223 34 12 0 269

Avg 10.1 17.0 12.0 0.0 10.3

TD 0 1 0 0 1

Long 52 19 12 0 52

FUMBLE RETURNS

No. 1 1 1 1 1 5

Yds 67 54 20 4 -18 127

Avg 67.0 54.0 20.0 4.0 -18.0 25.4

TD 1 0 0 0 0 1

Long 67 54 20 4 0 67

Giesen, Brett Caldwell, Carl Wooten, Jerome Mitchell, Ken McClain, Zach Turner, JaLil Roberts, Jeff Myers, Seth Ham, Corey Dallas, Trey Sachs, Taylor Scott, Brandon Counts, Sean Rhoades, Brok Crisler, Austin Broeckleman, Matt Reed, Mark Sorce, Steven Long, Braden Vaughan, Sam Winn, Korey Rooney, Jeff Smith, Nick Kennedy, Langston Thomas, Adrian Cook, John-Michael Reed, Kelton Owens, Kyle Rodriguez, Mario Dunn, Trey Brackens, Jacob Cook, Taylor Harwell, Brady Ochoa, Jesus TEAM, Total

Giesen, Brett Stecker, Terry Turner, JaLil McClain, Zach Wooten, Jerome Caldwell, Carl Mitchell, Ken Myers, Seth Ochoa, Jesus Sachs, Taylor Rooney, Jeff Kennedy, Langston Sorce, Steven Roberts, Jeff Reed, Mark TEAM, Dallas, Trey Total

Mitchell, Ken Sachs, Taylor Ham, Corey Roberts, Jeff Total

Mitchell, Ken Thomas, Adrian Brill, Caleb Reed, Kelton Brackens, Jacob Total

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Avg/G 158.4 72.7 42.1 31.6 38.0 31.6 30.7 30.2 33.4 18.1 17.7 17.7 10.1 9.1 21.5 7.9 12.4 12.2 3.6 9.0 13.0 2.9 16.0 1.2 0.8 1.6 0.7 1.8 1.0 4.0 0.3 0.3 0.2 -4.0 -1.3 516.0 Pts 78 58 30 24 24 24 18 12 9 6 6 6 6 6 2 0 0 309

2011 FIRST TEAM ALL-KCAC Brett Giesen - RB Carl Caldwell - WR Dan Pinsky - OL Chase Hartman - OL Ken Mitchell - DB Adrian Thomas - LB Keoni Funtanilla - DL

2011 SECOND TEAM ALL-KCAC Jacob Brackens - DB Ken Mitchell - PR

2011 HONORABLE MENTION ALL-KCAC Trey Dallas - QB Zach McClain - WR Sean Grove - OL Kelton Reed - DB Brady Harwell - LB Sean Counts - DL

KCAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Brett Giesen - Offensive - Sept. 19 Terry Stecker - Special Teams - Sept. 19 Taylor Sachs - Special Teams - Oct. 24 Brett Giesen - Offensive - Oct. 31 Brett Giesen - Offensive - Nov. 7

NAIA NATIONAL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Terry Stecker - Special Teams - Sept. 19 Brett Giesen - Offensive - Nov. 7

2011 ACADEMIC ALL-KCAC Caleb Brill Derek Bledsoe Matt Broeckleman Robert Burcher Seth Myers Tommy Martin

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No Player Name 9 Thomas, Adrian 40 Harwell, Brady 20 Cook, Taylor 29 Brackens, Jacob 16 Reed, Kelton 18 Mitchell, Ken 58 Hill, Kyron 46 Martin, Tommy 68 Funtanilla, Keoni 12 Hall, Will 15 Counts, Sean 31 Long, Braden 93 Kennedy, Langston 90 Olayiwola, Omoniyi 28 Broeckleman, Matt 91 Wilbert, Michael 39 Rodriguez, Mario 34 Rooney, Jeff 97 Steinman, Connor 21 Sachs, Taylor 41 Cooper, Nick 24 Holmes, Ty 48 Pankey, Jason 62 Enloe, Chad 26 Schneck, Adam 14 Scott, Brandon 44 Brill, Caleb 95 DeFoe, Steve 25 Cobb, Beau 36 Rhoades, Brok 4 Roberts, Jeff 89 Burton, Daniel 2 Dallas, Trey 50 Burcher, Robert 67 Atkinson, Devan 36 Jackson, Colby 94 Walker, Christian 33 Caldwell, Carl 45 Galbraith, Trevor 11 McClain, Zach 83 Owens, Kyle 64 Watley, Carson 59 Wise, Brandon 56 Barnes, Darrell 41 Cook, John-Michael 65 Fox, Cameron 15 Giesen, Brett 14 Jackson, Jordan 87 Lewis, Dallas 99 Stecker, Terry 6 Ham, Corey TOTALS

GP 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 5 10 8 10 10 10 5 6 8 7 7 3 4 3 2 1 6 5 4 2 10 9 10 9 1 2 1 2 10 1 9 4 2 1 2 5 1 11 1 2 10 7 11

KICK RETURNS

No. 18 12 8 4 4 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 65

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UT 46 61 53 42 35 35 28 16 14 17 11 8 15 12 10 8 9 6 3 4 1 5 4 2 4 3 1 1 0 2 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 468 Yds 370 237 111 96 69 89 47 34 -2 29 9 6 4 2 0 0 1101

AT 70 42 34 21 17 12 19 23 25 16 20 19 9 12 13 13 11 6 7 3 6 0 1 3 0 1 3 3 4 1 2 0 0 1 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 430

Tackles Total 116 103 87 63 52 47 47 39 39 33 31 27 24 24 23 21 20 12 10 7 7 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 898 Avg 20.6 19.8 13.9 24.0 17.3 29.7 15.7 11.3 -0.7 29.0 9.0 6.0 4.0 2.0 0.0 0.0 16.9

ForLoss 14.0/28.2 15.0/43.7 2.0/8.0 0.5/3.0 1.5/4.5 4.0/9.0 2.0/5.0 2.0/3.0 6.0/32.0 2.0/5.5 4.0/11.7 1.5/8.5 7.0/22.0 5.0/19.5 2.0/10.0 2.0/9.0 0.5/1.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.5/2.5 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 1.0/3.0 2.5/5.0 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 0.5/2.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 75.5/236.0 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Sacks No/Yards 1.0/5.0 2.0/13.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 3.5/28.0 0.0/0.0 1.0/4.0 0.0/0.0 3.5/16.0 1.0/4.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 1.0/3.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 13.0/73.0

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Pass Def Int/Yds BrUp 0/0 5 0/0 1 1/5 3 1/3 10 1/8 7 6/125 14 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 1 1/12 0 0/0 0 1/10 1 0/0 0 0/0 2 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 3 0/0 1 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 11/163 49 No. 6 1 1 1 1 1 11

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Fumbles Rcv/Yds 3/54 1/0 2/0 1/-18 1/4 1/67 2/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 2/20 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 14/127 Yds 125 12 10 8 5 3 163

FF 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 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 11

Avg 20.8 12.0 10.0 8.0 5.0 3.0 14.8

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Blkd Kick 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 TD 2 1 0 0 0 0 3

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SEPTEMBER 3, 2011 KWU AT SOUTHERN NAZARENE 1 14 10

Kansas Wesleyan Southern Nazarene

2 3 14

TEAM 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: Number / Lost Penalties: Number / Yards Number of Punts / Yards --Average Per Punt Punt Returns: Number / Yards Kickoff Returns: Number / Yards Interception Returns: Number / Yards Fumble Returns: Number / Yards Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number / Yards

KANSAS WESLEYAN STATISTICS RUSHING 15 Giesen 2 Dallas 23 Turner 49 Reed 36 Rhoades 0 TEAM Total PASSING 2 Dallas Total

Att 13 18 8 1 1 1 42

Att 41 41

RECEIVING 11 McClain 4 Roberts 33 Caldwell 13 Wooten 14 Scott Total PUNTING 89 Burton Total

Gain 87 85 37 9 4 0 222

Comp 16 16 No 7 3 3 2 1 16

No 8 8

Yds 275 275

Int 1 1

3 0 14

SOUTHERN NAZARENE STATISTICS 4 6 14

KWU 20 10 8 2 42 222 6 216 169 41 16 1 83 385 4.6 3/2 10 / 94 8 / 275 34.4 2/6 7 / 85 0/0 0/0 0 24:17 4 of 18 1 of 3 0/0 Lost 3 1 0 0 0 2 6

Net 84 84 37 9 4 -2 216

Yds 169 169

TD 3 3

Yds 88 32 15 18 16 169 Avg 34.4 34.4

FIELD GOALS Ochoa (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis)

SNU 30 12 15 3 50 238 16 222 400 47 28 0 97 622 6.4 1/1 6 / 75 5 / 188 37.6 4 / 41 5 / 115 1 / 65 0/0 0 35:43 8 of 19 1 of 3 1/0 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Long 39 39

TD 3 0 0 0 0 3 TB 1 1

TOT 23 52

Long 24 12 12 9 4 0 24

PASSING 12 Wardlaw Total

Att 17 18 4 8 1 1 1 50

Att 47 47

RECEIVING 2 Martin 11 Balenseifen 4 Fuller 9 Johnson 22 Everhart 7 Smith 5 Perkins 84 Newby 81 Reed 19 Boone Total PUNTING 85 Turpin Total

Gain 85 67 51 28 6 1 0 238

Comp Int 28 0 28 0 No 5 4 4 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 28

No 5 5

Lost 2 6 2 1 0 0 5 16

Yds 188 188

Yds 400 400

Net 83 61 49 27 6 1 -5 222 TD 4 4

Yds 85 100 96 3 46 35 10 15 13 -3 400 Avg 37.6 37.6

FIELD GOALS Sanders (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis)

TD 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

Long Sacks 79 0 79 0 TD 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4

TB 1 1

Long 25 16 46 8 6 1 0 46

I20 3 3

Long 31 31 79 5 39 25 8 15 13 0 79

Long 45 45

Distance 25, (26)

BETHANY, Okla. – After the first quarter it appeared the game was going to be a shootout as the Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes led the Southern Nazarene Crimson Storm 14-10. The Crimson Storm kept up the pace, while the Wesleyan offense sputtered as Southern Nazarene scored 42 of the next 51 points en route to a 52-23 win on Saturday night at the SNU Football Stadium.

After a stalled Wesleyan drive, the Crimson Storm would cap a 10-play, 80-yard drive with a 3-yard Derick Perkins run and the successful PAT would put SNU up 10-6 with 1:10 to go in the first. The Coyotes quickly answered back, ending the first quarter with a 6-play, 60-yard drive capped by a 39-yard Dallas to McClain pass and the 2-point conversion was good.

Southern Nazarene opened the second quarter driving to the KWU-8, but missed a 25 yard field goal. Neither team put any points on the board until the 5:53 mark of the second Distance quarter when SNU’s Brady Wardlaw hit D. Balenseifen for a (45) 31-yard touchdown pass and the PAT put the Crimson Storm up 17-14. The Coyotes answered back on their next drive, settling for a 45-yard field goal by Chewy Ochoa with 3:45 to go to tie it up at 17-all. The Crimson Storm needed only one play to regain the lead back when Wardlaw hit Timmie Fuller wide open over the middle and 79 yards later SNU was up 24-17 with 3:25 to go before the half.

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Southern Nazarene (1-0) started to pull away in the third as the Crimson Storm took the kickoff and marched 70 yards in 12 plays capped by Wardlaw’s 4-yard pass to Terrance Smith. Later in the quarter, the Coyotes gave Southern Nazarene a gift when Jeff Roberts muffed the catch on a punt and the Crimson Storm recovered at the KWU-11 and three plays later were in the end zone again with a 38-17 lead with 1:42 to go in the quarter. Wesleyan (0-1) opened the fourth quarter with a 13-yard scoring play again from Dallas to McClain, this time from 13 yards out, but the PAT was no good again and the Coyotes were back within 16 at 38-23 with 14:54 left. Later in the quarter after back-to-back turnovers by each team, Southern Nazarene was in the end zone again with a 29-yard Wardlaw to Balenseifen pass to put the Crimson Storm up 45-23. The Coyotes appeared to be driving after a 15-yard Brett Giesen run, but Dallas’ next pass was picked off at the SNU-35 by Matt Pruitt, who scampered back 65 yards the other way untouched to put SNU up 52-23 with 6:53 to go.

The Coyotes finished with 385 yards of total offense, including 216 yards rushing led by Giesen with 13 carries for 87 yards, while Dallas ran 18 times for 85 yards. Dallas Long was 16-of-41 passing for 169 yards with 3 touchdowns 41 all to McClain and was picked off once. McClain led the 41 receivers with seven catches for 88 yards and three scores.

Wesleyan marched downfield on its opening drive and capitalized on a 9 yard touchdown pass from Trey Dallas to Zach McClain to put the Coyotes up 6-0 after freshman Sacks kicker Terry Stecker missed the PAT. Failed drives by both 1 teams followed before the Crimson Storm would have to 1 settle for a 26 yard field goal by Ian Sanders to halve the Wesleyan lead with 5:55 to go in the quarter. Long 39 24 8 11 16 39

I20 1 1

RUSHING 5 Perkins 9 Johnson 19 Boone 12 Wardlaw 84 Newby 22 Everhart 85 Turpin Total

Southern Nazarene racked up 622 yards of total offense as Perkins carried 17 times for 85 yards and two scores and Damian Johnson carried 18 times for 67 yards as the Crimson Storm racked up 222 rushing yards. Wardlaw finished the night 28-of-47 for 400 and four touchdowns. Balenseifen paced the receivers with four grabs for 100 yards.

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1 2 Kansas Wesleyan 0 7 Ottawa 10 17 TEAM 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: Number / Lost Penalties: Number / Yards Number of Punts / Yards --Average Per Punt Punt Returns: Number / Yards Kickoff Returns: Number / Yards Interception Returns: Number / Yards Fumble Returns: Number / Yards Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number / Yards

3 4 6 6 7 10 KWU 21 6 12 3 33 134 17 117 284 63 23 1 96 401 4.2 2/0 7 / 64 11 / 412 37.5 2 / 10 8 / 179 0/0 0/0 0 26:53 5 of 22 0 of 2 1/5

TOT 19 44 OTT 28 11 13 4 45 232 25 207 262 45 26 0 90 469 5.2 0/0 6 / 60 8 / 315 39.4 5 / 34 4 / 36 1 / 77 0/0 0 33:07 4 of 19 0 of 0 0/0

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 2011 SEASON RECAP KANSAS WESLEYAN STATISTICS RUSHING 15 Giesen 23 Turner 2 Dallas 36 Rhoades 10 Sorce 1 Ochoa Total PASSING 2 Dallas Total

Att 17 9 3 2 1 1 33

Att 63 63

Comp 23 23

RECEIVING 33 Caldwell 13 Wooten 11 McClain 4 Roberts 15 Giesen 2 Dallas 8 Vaughan 6 Ham Total PUNTING 1 Ochoa Total

Gain 77 24 17 13 3 0 134

Int 1 1

No 6 6 4 2 2 1 1 1 23 No 11 11

Lost 0 5 0 0 0 12 17

Net 77 19 17 13 3 -12 117

Yds 284 284

TD 2 2

Yds 124 80 16 28 16 13 4 3 284

Yds 412 412

Avg 37.5 37.5

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 28 6 10 12 3 0 28

Long 57 57

Sacks 0 0

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

I20 1 1

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

OTTAWA STATISTICS RUSHING 32 Baer 27 Tucker 6 Adamson 3 Gimzo 0 TEAM 42 Hernandez Total PASSING 6 Adamson 10 Robles Total

Att 24 11 3 4 1 2 45

Att 44 1 45

RECEIVING 3 Gimzo 7 Anderson 80 Kiehl 27 Tucker 5 Wilkerson Total PUNTING 32 Baer Total

Gain 173 35 18 6 0 0 232

Comp 26 0 26 No 12 7 4 2 1 26

No 8 8

Yds 315 315

Int 0 0 0

Net 169 34 13 0 0 -9 207

Yds 262 0 262

TD 3 0 3

Yds 123 68 56 10 5 262

FIELD GOALS Sigala Stamp (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis.)

The Braves wasted no time in answering back, driving 69 yards in 11 plays, capping the drive with Michael Baer’s 6-yard run to take a 20-7 lead with 5:05 to go in the first half. After a missed field goal on Wesleyan’s next drive, the Long Braves found themselves on the board again as Adamson 58 found Anderson from 13 yards out to push Ottawa’s lead to 58 27-7 with 1:31 to go before the half.

TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 Long 27 0 27 TD 1 2 0 0 0 3

TB 1 1

11 16 3 0 0 29 Sacks 1 0 1 Long 27 14 24 9 5 27

I20 2 2

1 2 Sterling 14 7 Kansas Wesleyan 0 14 TEAM 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: Number / Lost Penalties: Number / Yards Number of Punts / Yards --Average Per Punt Punt Returns: Number / Yards Kickoff Returns: Number / Yards Interception Returns: Number / Yards Fumble Returns: Number / Yards Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number / Yards

Ottawa opened the second half with the ball, but its drive stalled to force a punt. The Coyotes took over at their own 25 and drove to the Ottawa-24 when Dallas’ pass intended for Zach McClain was picked off by Donald Anderson and he Long would scamper back the other way 77 yards for a touchdown 29 to push Ottawa’s lead to 34-7 with 10:34 to go in the third. STERLING STATISTICS Wesleyan got on the board again when Chewy Ochoa hit a 49-yard field goal with 5:34 to go in the third to cut Ottawa’s lead to 34-10. Ochoa added another field goal from 23 yards out with 1:48 to go in the third to make it 34-13.

Att 25 7 4 2 2 1 1 42

Att 22 22

Wesleyan answered back, gettings a 25-yard pass from RECEIVING Dallas to Jerome Wooten with 8:07 to go, but Dallas’ PAT 84 James pass to Caldwell was no good. 87 Morley 22 Stanton

For Ottawa, Adamson was 26-of-44 for 262 yards and 3 scores. Gimzo had 12 catches for 123 yards and a score and Clarence Anderson had 7 catches for 68 yards and 2 scores. Baer carried 24 times for 173 yards and a score as the Brave offense shredded Wesleyan’s defense for 469 yards of total offense.

25 Edwards Total PUNTING 16 Wheeler Total

Gain 103 33 13 9 4 1 0 163

Comp 13 13

Int 0 0

No 8 1 1 1 1 1 13

Neither team got any more points on the board despite 35 Blenkers Ottawa trying and missing two more field goals. 4 Bundrage

Dallas was 23-of-63 for 284 yards with 2 TDs and 1 interception in the game. Caldwell caught 6 passes for 124 yards and a score, and Wooten also added 6 grabs for 80 Distance yards. Brett Giesen carried 17 times for 77 yards on the 38 ground as the Coyotes had 401 yards of total offense on 47, (25), (32), (22) the day.

Wesleyan found themselves on the short end of a 10-0 just over five minutes into the first quarter as Ottawa got a 5-yard touchdown pass from Bobby Adamson to Clarence

RUSHING 4 Bundrage 14 Joly 18 Drake 22 Stanton 13 Prince 25 Edwards 44 Musser Total

Stamp connected on his third field goal of the night, this time a 25-yarder to put the Braves up 37-13 with 12:40 to go in the game. After a stalled Wesleyan drive, Adamson capped another Ottawa scoring drive with a 27-yard pass PASSING to Shane Gimzo to make it 44-13 in favor of the Braves with 14 Joly 9:35 to go. Total

Long 53 53

OTTAWA – Kansas Wesleyan fell to 0-2 on the season and 0-1 in the KCAC as the No.21 ranked Coyotes dropped their Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference opener to the Ottawa Braves 44-19 on Saturday night at Peoples Bank Field at Ottawa University.

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Later in the second the Coyotes finally got on the board as Trey Dallas hit Carl Caldwell for a 57-yard catch and run and Terry Stecker’s PAT was good to make the score 13-7 with 9:19 to go in the first half.

Distance (23), (49), 44

Lost 4 1 5 6 0 9 25

Avg 39.4 39.4

Both of Ottawa’s scores were set up by special teams miscues by the Coyotes. A bad snap on a punt on the opening possession of the game gave the Braves the ball at the KWU-35 to set up the touchdown pass and then a blocked punt gave Ottawa the ball on the KWU-9 setting up the field goal.

Ottawa pushed its lead to 13-0 on a 32-yard Stamp field goal with 13:46 to go in the second quarter, capping a stalled 12-play, 43-yard drive for the Braves that carried over from the first period. Long 57 25 10 22 8 13 4 3 57

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Anderson and a 22-yard Jeff Stamp field goal in just 5 minutes and 20 seconds.

No 11 11

3 0 0

4 0 10 STER 13 6 5 2 42 163 14 149 101 22 13 0 64 250 3.9 1/1 13 / 127 11 / 395 35.9 2 / 22 3 / 54 0/0 1 / 13 0 37:55 4 of 17 1 of 1 1/7

Lost 8 6 0 0 0 0 0 14

Net 95 27 13 9 4 1 0 149

Yds 101 101

TD 2 2

Yds 94 9 1 0 0 -3 101

Yds 395 395

Avg 35.9 35.9

TOT 21 24 KWU 23 8 11 4 34 223 29 194 264 43 19 0 77 458 5.9 4/4 3 / 23 5 / 155 31 6 / 27 3 / 65 0/0 1/4 0 22:05 9 of 18 1 of 3 0/0 TD 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

Long 17 15 6 8 3 1 0 17

Long 36 36

Sacks 0 0

TD 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 TB 0 0

Long 36 9 1 0 0 0 36 I20 2 2

FIELD GOALS (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis.)

KANSAS WESLEYAN STATISTICS RUSHING 15 Giesen 2 Dallas 23 Turner 33 Caldwell Total

Att 14 12 7 1 34

Gain 154 52 13 4 223

Lost 1 24 4 0 29

Long 48 48 Distance

Net 153 28 9 4 194

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 2011 SEASON RECAP PASSING 2 Dallas Total

Att 43 43

RECEIVING 11 McClain 17 Myers 13 Wooten 33 Caldwell 23 Turner 4 Roberts 14 Scott Total PUNTING 89 Burton Total

Comp 19 19 No 7 3 3 3 1 1 1 19

No 5 5

Yds 155 155

Int 0 0

Yds 264 264

TD 2 2

Yds 105 78 51 20 5 5 0 264 Avg 31 31

Long 48 48 TD 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2

TB 0 0

Sacks 1 1 Long 33 48 33 10 5 5 0 48

I20 1 1

The wild end put a big exclamation mark on what had been Kansas Wesleyan a hum drum second half for both teams.

Sterling powered out to a 14-0 in the first quarter capitalizing on Wesleyan turnovers. The first score came on the Warriors’ opening drive, as Joly scored from two-yards out with 9:15 to go in the quarter. That’s when Wesleyan’s grips on the ball got really loose. The Coyotes gave up the ball on consecutive possessions, the first time on a Zach McClain fumble and the second time on a fumble by Brandon Scott. After the second turnover, Joly found Matt Long 41 James wide open over the middle for a 36-yard touchdown 41 pass to put Sterling up 14-0 with 2:36 to go.

The Coyotes gave up the ball again on a third straight possession, this time in the second quarter deep in Sterling territory. A 33-yard pass from Dallas to Jerome Wooten gave The last couple times Sterling and Kansas Wesleyan have the Coyotes first and goal at the Sterling 7, but Dallas would gotten together on the football field, the game has definitely lose the handle on the ball and James Morley recovered for been an exciting affair. Last year’s contest came down to the the Warriors at the Sterling 16. final play, and so did the 2011 contest. The Coyotes opened the home portion of their schedule with an exciting 24-21 Wesleyan’s next drive would stop the string of turnovers, and win over the Warriors on Saturday night at Salina Stadium. only needed one play to get the Coyotes on the board. Dallas handed off to Brett Giesen who shot through an opening The heroics came from freshman kicker Terry Stecker, who and out into the clear, scampering 74 yards and Stecker’s had struggled earlier in the season, but shone brightly PAT halved Sterling’s lead with 11:08 to go in the first half. FIELD GOALS Stecker (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis.)

Distance (46)

tonight. His 46-yard kick as time expired easily would have been good from 60-yards out and was right down the middle The Warriors answered back on their next drive as Joly to give Wesleyan its first win over current Sterling coach found James from 24 yards out to cap an 8-play, 60 yard drive and put Sterling up 21-7. The Coyotes answered back Andy Lambert. again, marching 53 yards in 6 plays capped by a 15-yard The final play was a fitting end to a whirlwind fourth quarter touchdown pass from Dallas to McClain that made it 21-14. in which the Coyotes scored ten points to rally, the only ten points of the second half after a crazy first half that saw The 21-14 score would hold until the half. both teams combine for 35 points. Neither team mustered much offense in the third quarter The Coyotes evened the score at 21-all with 8:20 to go in until the Coyotes took over at the 4:31 mark. A 23-yard the fourth when Trey Dallas hit a streaking Seth Myers over Dallas run and a later 12-yard pass from Dallas to McClain the middle for a 48-yard touchdown pass. The play capped gave the Coyotes first and goal at the Sterling-7, but the a 7-play, 91-yard march by the Coyotes that took only a turnover bug bit again as Dallas was stripped by Jesse minute and 40 seconds to complete. Sterling got nowhere Kendig and Talton recovered to give the Warriors the ball. on its ensuing drive, and the Coyotes couldn’t do much on their drive that followed, but appeared to had given Sterling Wesleyan’s offense racked up 458 yards in the game, as great field position when Daniel Burton’s punt only went 16 Giesen ran 14 times for 153 yards and a score. Dallas was 19-of-43 passing for 264 yards and two scores. McClain yards and the Warriors took over at their own 44. was Wesleyan’s top receiver with seven catches for 105 Wesleyan’s defense, which had struggled in the first two yards, while three other Coyotes had three grabs led by contests of the year then stepped up huge, sending the Myers with 78 yards and a score. Kelton Reed and Ken Warriors backwards and forcing them to punt giving the Mitchel led Wesleyan’s defense with 8 tackles each. Coyotes another chance. The Coyotes set up shop at the KWU-27 and managed to get as far as Sterling’s 40 where the drive would stall and Sterling would get the ball back with 23 seconds left when Dallas’ pass to Jerome Wooten was knocked down at the last second by Mike Talton.

Sterling managed only 250 yards of total offense, but spent a lot of time giving up yards as they committed 13 penalties for 127 yards. Bundrage led Sterling’s rush attack with 95 yards on 25 carries, while Joly was 13-of-22 passing for 101 yards and two scores. Matt James was Joly’s favorite target, Sterling’s quarterback Chris Joly dumped a pass off to tail catching eight balls for 94 yards and both scores. back Jess Bundrage and Kelton Reed wrapped him up and stripped the ball and jumped on it for the Coyotes giving Wesleyan one final chance starting at the Sterling 36 with 14 seconds left. Dallas scampered out of bounds for seven yards, and then missed with a pass second down, stopping the clock with 2 seconds left. The Coyotes called a timeout and then Stecker stepped up and crushed the kick right

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SEPTEMBER 24, 2011 BETHANY AT KANSAS WESLEYAN

down the middle.

1 6 0

Bethany

2 13 0

TEAM 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: Number / Lost Penalties: Number / Yards Number of Punts / Yards --Average Per Punt Punt Returns: Number / Yards Kickoff Returns: Number / Yards Interception Returns: Number / Yards Fumble Returns: Number / Yards Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number / Yards

BETHANY STATISTICS RUSHING 2 Allen 29 Johnson 31 Linnebur 3 House 0 TEAM 11 Waggoner Total PASSING 3 House 11 Waggoner Total

Att 33 1 3 2 1 2 42

Att 34 2 36

Comp 18 1 19

RECEIVING 23 Ratcliffe 8 Martino 29 Johnson 82 Shirley 1 Parks 15 Thompson 5 Higgins 2 Allen Total PUNTING 94 Fambrough Total

Gain 176 5 4 3 0 0 188

No 6 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 19 No 6 6

Int 1 0 1

3 3 0

4 3 0

BTHY 19 9 9 1 42 188 13 175 291 36 19 1 78 466 6 1/1 11 / 93 6 / 197 32.8 0/0 2 / 17 2 / 84 0/0 0 35:50 5 of 19 0 of 0 0/0 Lost 9 0 0 0 1 3 13

Net 167 5 4 3 -1 -3 175

Yds 283 8 291

TD 0 0 0

Yds 69 60 57 39 26 28 8 4 291 Yds 197 197

TOT 25 0

Avg 32.8 32.8

KWU 16 9 5 2 43 180 5 175 108 31 13 2 74 283 3.8 2/2 4 / 44 6 / 221 36.8 1/1 7 / 154 1/5 1 / -18 0 24:10 4 of 15 0 of 4 0/0 TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

Long 35 5 3 2 0 0 35

Long 32 8 32

Sacks 0 0 0

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

Long 32 32 27 29 15 28 8 4 32 I20 1 1

Long 45 45

FIELD GOALS Distance Fambrough (35), (48), (47), (37), 38, (30), (32) (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis.)

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 2011 SEASON RECAP KANSAS WESLEYAN STATISTICS RUSHING 15 Giesen 23 Turner 2 Dallas 49 Reed 10 Sorce 36 Rhoades Total PASSING 2 Dallas 10 Sorce Total

Att 22 12 5 1 1 2 43

Att 28 3 31

RECEIVING 33 Caldwell 11 McClain 17 Myers 6 Ham 15 Giesen Total PUNTING 89 Burton Total

Gain 107 58 10 2 2 1 180

Comp 12 1 13 No 3 3 3 3 1 13

No 6 6

Yds 221 221

Int 2 0 2

Lost 0 1 3 0 0 1 5

Net 107 57 7 2 2 0 175

Yds 103 5 108

TD 0 0 0

Yds 40 28 17 17 6 108 Avg 36.8 36.8

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

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 12 10 8 2 2 1 12

Long 24 5 24

Sacks 0 0 0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 TB 0 0

Long 24 12 8 11 6 24 I20 1 1

Long 59 59 Distance 38

It wasn’t the Homecoming anyone wanted, especially in a rivalry game like Saturday’s contest between the Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes and the Bethany Swedes at Salina Stadium. The No.16 ranked Swedes spoiled Wesleyan’s Homecoming with a 25-0 decision.

was setup by a Dallas fumble at the Swede-47 that Andrew Swedes, while House was 18-of-34 passing for 283 yards. Ratclffe was his favorite target catching 6 balls for 69 yards. Westbrook recovered. Fambrough had a busy night for the Swedes, connecting on Wesleyan (1-3, 1-2 KCAC) got nowhere on its ensuing drive 6-of-7 field goals including a 48-yarder. and the Swedes took over at their own 35. Helped by a 32yard pass from House to Cody Ratcliffe, Bethany drove to the Wesleyan-8 but got no closer having to settle for another Fambrough kick, this time from 30 yards out that made it OCTOBER 1, 2011 6-0 with 2:03 to go in the first.

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On Bethany’s next possession, Taylor Cook stripped Ratcliffe of the ball and Jacob Brackens recovered, at the Bethany-41, but instead of going forward, Brackens ended up losing 18 yards in the return. The Coyotes got a 12-yard run for Brett Giesen, who was one of the few bright spots for the Coyotes in the game on the first play of the drive and three plays later Dallas hit Carl Caldwell over the middle to get to the Bethany 18. The Coyotes got no closer than the 15 and after a false start penalty on fourth down, kicker Jesus Ochoa missed a 38-yard try wide right. Bethany got the only touchdown of the night with a 5 play, 66-yard drive that was capped by Junior Allen’s 35-yard run for the score with 5:22 to go. The drive was also assisted by a 24-yard House to James Johnson pass. Wesleyan drove to the Bethany-12 on its next drive, but Dallas’ 2nd down pass to Jeff Roberts was picked off in the end zone by Autrey. The Swedes drove all the way to Wesleyan’s 20 where their drive would stall and Fambrough connected on another field goal, this time from 37 yards out. On the kickoff, Fambrough tried to squib kick the ball that instead hit Jeff Rooney in the back and Bethany’s Milton Collins recovered with 51 seconds left in the half.

Wesleyan was shut out for the first time since November 17, 2001 in a 48-0 loss to Evangel (Mo.) in the First Round of House hit D’Andre Thompson for a 28 yard pass on the first the NAIA Football Championship Series. play of the drive to get to the KWU-39, but the Swedes got no further than the 30, where Fambrough was called upon The damage could have been worse as the Swedes shot again, this time for a 47-yard kick that made it 19-0 with themselves in the foot twice, taking points off the board, 14 seconds left in the half. all on the same drive in the fourth quarter. Wesleyan quarterback Trey Dallas was picked off by Bethany’s Ira Taylor Cook picked off House on Bethany’s first drive of the Autrey at the Swede-15 with 8:26 to go and scampered the second half, but the Coyotes would turn it over on downs other way for an obvious “Pick-6”. Instead, Autrey reached on their drive. Neither team got on the board in the third the goal line and ran parallel to the end zone nearly across quarter until Fambrough’s 48-yard field goal for Bethany the whole field and ran behind the referee and stopped. The gave them a 22-0 lead with 49 seconds left in the quarter. official then turned around and Autrey stepped into the end zone. Wesleyan drove to the Bethany 7 on its next drive, including a 11-yard Dallas to Zach McClain pass and a 12-yard The score did not count and Autrey was flagged for Giesen run, but on fourth and goal Steven Williams knocked unsportsmanslike conduct, and two plays later, the Swedes down Dallas’ pass intended for Giesen. appeared to have scored again, but were called for another personal foul penalty. A 23-yard pass from Darby House The Coyotes got great field position after Bethany’s drive to Brandon Martino turned a 2nd-and-30 into 3rd-and-7, when Fambrough shanked a punt out of bounds for only but the Swedes would have to settle for a 35-yard Alex 10 yards giving Wesleyan the ball at the Bethany 42. The Fambrough field goal with 6:27 to go. Coyotes drove to the Bethany-20 where Dallas threw his second interception of the night to Autrey, who returned it to It just wasn’t Wesleyan’s night as the offense showed the KWU-1 before being flagged. signs of life at times, but struggled a majority of the game, managing only 283 yards of offense on the night compared Wesleyan’s offense was paced by Giesen, who carried 22 to 466 for the Swedes. times for 107 yards, while JaLil Turner added 12 carries for 57 yards. Dallas was 12-of-28 for 103 yards and two Red zone mistakes also hurt the Coyotes, as both interceptions before being replaced by Steve Sorce in the interceptions thrown by Dallas stopped drives that could fourth quarter who went 1-for-3 for 5 yards. Caldwell have led to points. was one of four Wesleyan receivers to catch three passes, leading the day with 40 yards. Bethany (4-0, 3-0 KCAC) took a 3-0 with a 32-yard Fambrough field goal that capped a 7 play, 38 yard drive Allen carried 33 times for 167 yards and a score for the by the Swedes with 6:52 to go in the first quarter. The drive

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1 2 Kansas Wesleyan 13 13 Friends 29 17 TEAM 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: Number / Lost Penalties: Number / Yards Number of Punts / Yards --Average Per Punt Punt Returns: Number / Yards Kickoff Returns: Number / Yards Interception Returns: Number / Yards Fumble Returns: Number / Yards Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number / Yards

KANSAS WESLEYAN STATISTICS RUSHING 23 Turner 15 Giesen 3 Crisler 15 Counts 36 Rhoades 33 Caldwell 2 Dallas 10 Sorce Total

Att 8 1 1 1 1 1 3 6 22

PASSING 2 Dallas 10 Sorce Total

Att 10 9 19

RECEIVING 13 Wooten 11 McClain 8 Vaughan 17 Myers Total PUNTING 89 Burton Total

Gain 22 7 6 4 3 0 9 9 60

Cmp 5 2 7 No 3 2 1 1 7

No 10 10

3 4 0 0 10 7 KWU 4 0 4 0 22 60 36 24 124 19 7 0 41 148 3.6 3/3 3/7 10 / 325 32.5 0/0 11 / 214 1 / 45 1 / 67 0 16:03 2 of 12 0 of 0 0/0

Lost 4 0 0 0 0 0 9 23 36 Int 0 0 0

Yds 123 1 124

Net 18 7 6 4 3 0 0 -14 24 TD 2 0 2

Yds 99 1 18 6 124 Yds 325 325

Avg 32.5 32.5

TOT 26 63 FRND 27 17 9 1 62 437 16 421 209 24 12 1 86 630 7.3 1/1 6 / 46 3 / 123 41.0 3 / 16 5 / 78 0/0 1 / 10 0 48:39 6 of 15 3 of 3 3 / 21 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 6 7 6 4 3 0 6 5 7

Lg 57 3 57

Sk 1 2 3

TD 1 0 0 1 2 TB 0 0

FIELD GOALS (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis.)

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Lg 57 3 18 6 57

I20 0 0

Lg 44 44

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 2011 SEASON RECAP FRIENDS STATISTICS RUSHING 7 Trotter 33 Benning 22 Miles 6 Racette 21 Taylor 8 Bristow 43 Scott 40 Gumeringer 29 Pratt 0 TEAM Total PASSING 8 Bristow 6 Racette 22 Miles 7 Trotter Total

Att 23 9 15 3 3 4 1 2 1 1 62

Att 19 3 1 1 24

RECEIVING 28 Bothwell 88 Butts 19 Kelly III 33 Benning 7 Trotter 15 Vaught 22 Miles 80 Womack 12 Searle Total PUNTING 8 Bristow Total

Gain 196 122 72 25 10 7 4 1 0 0 437 Cmp 9 2 1 0 12 No 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 12

No 3 3

Lost 7 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 7 16 Int 1 0 0 0 1

Yds 111 67 31 0 209

Net 189 122 72 25 9 7 4 1 -1 -7 421 TD 2 0 1 0 3

Yds 45 39 30 28 24 17 16 10 0 209 Yds 123 123

Avg 41 41

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

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

Lg 66 38 14 9 10 3 4 1 0 0 66

Lg 28 50 31 0 50

Sk 0 0 0 0 0

TD 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 TB 0 0

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"They were a team struggling to score, and then we gave them those opportunities out of the gate," Dallas said. "They played hard and did a good job, and I don't know if Tabor we matched that."

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Wesleyan defensive back Ken Mitchell had two returns for touchdowns in the first half, the first a 64-yard fumble return that cut the Falcons lead to 15-7. Friends, however, scored on its next two offensive possessions. The real backbreaker came on a 28-yard touchdown catch by James Kelly on a third-and-14 play to make it 29-7 with 3:45 to play in the opening quarter. This from a Falcons team that had not scored more than 24 points in any of its first three games this season. "Our game plan has been the same each week," said running back Jeran Trotter, who finished with 189 yards rushing and three touchdowns. "We try to control the ball on the ground, but we haven't had a complete game. We got that tonight." "We felt like we had some things going, but we just couldn't get a stop on defense," Dallas said. Trey Dallas had a pair of touchdown passes in the first half, the first on a 6-yard completion to Seth Myers and then a 57-yard strike to Jerome Wooten over the top of the Falcon defense. But the sophomore quarterback went down with a hamstring injury midway through the second quarter and did not return. His status for next week is questionable.

WICHITA -- The first turnover put Kansas Wesleyan back on its heels. The second, only 23 seconds into the game, knocked the Coyotes flat on their backsides. Down 29-7 less than 12 minutes into the game, Kansas Wesleyan attempted to rally but never could completely recover, falling 63-26 to the Falcons on Saturday night at Adair Austin Stadium.

The Coyotes appeared poised to make a comeback when Mitchell picked off a pass near the left sideline, cut back over the middle and reached the end zone again on a 45-yard interception return to make it 39-26 with 3:17 remaining before halftime. But the Falcons used a halfback pass to add another touchdown before halftime, then had Jeran Trotter go 66 yards on the opening play of the second half to lead 53-26.

Wesleyan had six offensive possessions in the second half Friends (2-2 overall, 2-1 KCAC) dominated on both sides and went three-and-out on all six. The Coyotes finished with of the ball, amassing 630 yards of offense while limiting 8 yards of offense in the final two quarters. Wesleyan (1-4, 1-3) to four first downs in the game, all in Dallas went 5 of 10 for 123 yards before leaving the game, the first half. with Wooten making three catches for 99 yards. "We've got to pull back together as a group," said Wesleyan head coach Dave Dallas. "I still feel very good about our STORY BY LARRY MORITZ, SALINA JOURNAL guys. "We had a great week of practice, but then one or two little things happen and we don't rebound very well from it." When Wesleyan fumbled on the opening kickoff, Reinhard Lugalia returned that miscue 18 yards for the Falcons' first points only nine seconds into the game. When the Coyotes generosity continued, fumbling on their first offensive play of the game, Friends needed only four snaps to get back in the end zone and take a 15-0 lead with 12:51 remaining in the opening quarter.

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"We battled back but when Trey got hurt, we seemed to lose our offensive rhythm," coach Dallas said. "Even at halftime TABOR STATISTICS RUSHING Att Distance we felt like we could battle back." 28 Harrison 17

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2 6 0

9 Rozzell 20 Johnson 32 Giffin 12 Spellman-Smith 25 Monroe 31 Helmers Total PASSING 9 Rozzell Total

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Att 48 48

RECEIVING 32 Giffin 17 Gardner 31 Helmers 84 Brown 19 Davis 25 Monroe 20 Johnson 12 Spellman-Smith 28 Harrison Total PUNTING 14 Annis Total

Lost 0 7 0 0 0 1 6 14 Int 1 1

No 6 4 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 20 No 8 8

Yds 326 326

TOT 15 34

TABR 23 10 11 2 40 173 14 159 188 48 20 1 88 347 3.9 1/1 4 / 24 8 / 326 40.8 3/5 6 / 129 0/0 0/0 0 32:18 6 of 21 2 of 3 0/0

Gain 68 55 25 22 3 0 0 173 Cmp 20 20

4 0 10

Yds 188 188

Net 68 48 25 22 3 -1 -6 159

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 11 12 13 22 3 0 0 22

TD 1 1

Lg 27 27

Sk 0 0

Yds 55 27 45 16 18 11 6 6 4 188 Avg 40.8 40.8

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

KWU 18 14 4 0 54 279 8 271 78 18 6 0 72 349 4.8 0/0 6 / 61 8 / 264 33 6 / 104 4 / 64 1 / 10 0/0 0 27:32 4 of 15 0 of 1 0/0

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

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Att 27 12 11 2 1 1 54

Att 18 18

RECEIVING 17 Myers 11 McClain 13 Wooten 14 Scott Total PUNTING 89 Burton Total

Gain 175 63 33 8 0 0 279

Cmp 6 6

Lost 1 0 5 0 0 2 8 Int 0 0

Yds 78 78

No 2 2 1 1 6 No 8 8

Yds 264 264

Net 174 63 28 8 0 -2 271

TD 1 3 0 0 0 0 4

Lg 36 15 7 5 0 0 36

TD 0 0

Lg 21 21

Sk 0 0

Yds 28 19 16 15 78 Avg 33.0 33.0

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

TD 0 0 0 0 0 TB 0 0

Lg 21 16 16 15 21 I20 3 3

Lg 48 48

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who started in place of the injured Trey Dallas, to Seth Myers OCTOBER 15, 2011 got the drive going, and Turner capped the drive with a 15KANSAS WESLEYAN AT LINDENWOOD yard run right up the middle in which he drug a pair of Tabor 1 2 3 4 6 3 7 0 defenders the last five yards and into the endzone. Stecker’s Kansas Wesleyan Lindenwood 10 34 17 0 kick made it 24-9 with 10:25 to go. TEAM

The Coyotes’ Matt Broeckleman picked off Rozzell later in the quarter and appeared to have returned the ball 28 yards for a pick-6 score, but an illegal block call negated the score and after Wesleyan’s drive stalled at Tabor’s 27, Stecker would drive home a 44-yard field goal to put the Coyotes up 34-15 with 8:17 to go. On Tabor’s final drive of the game, the Bluejays took over at their own 8-yard line after a penalty and the Bluejays marched downfield, aided mostly in part by a 27-yard pass from Rozzell to Calvin Helmers, all the way to the Wesleyan-7, where Rozzell’s fourth down pass into the endzone would short hop the receiver and the Coyotes would take over on downs.

It looked like a throwback to the potent Wesleyan running offenses of the early 2000s on Saturday afternoon as the Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes took on Tabor College at Salina Stadium. The Coyotes racked up a season high 271 rushing yards, while tailback Brett Giesen had a career day with 174 yards rushing on 27 carries as the Coyotes beat the After getting a first down, Wesleyan took a knee and closed Bluejays 34-15. out the 34-15 win. Tabor (1-4, 0-4 KCAC) jumped out to a 3-0 lead when Anthony Pacheco drilled a 35-yard field goal on the game’s Wesleyan outgained Tabor 349-347, that included the opening drive to cap the Bluejay’s 10 play, 43-yard march 271 yards rushing led by Giesen’s career high 174 yard that stalled at the KWU-18 with 11:46 to go in the first effort. Turner added 63 yards on 12 carries and three touchdowns. Crisler was 6-of-18 passing for 78 yards in quarter. his first collegiate start. Myers led the Coyote receivers with Wesleyan quickly answered back, taking the lead on two catches for 28 yards, while Zach McClain also had two Giesen’s five-yard scoring run that made it 7-3 after Terry catches for 19 yards. Stecker’s PAT with 8:54 to go in the quarter. The 7-play, 55yard march by the Coyotes was aided by two big plays, a Wesleyan’s defense was led by Taylor Cook and Brady 16-yard Austin Crisler pass to Jerome Wooten and a 13-yard Harwell with nine tackles each, while Ken Mitchell had four pass breakups. Mitchell also had a big day in the return Giesen run. game, returning 6 punts for a total of 104 yards. Wesleyan was back on the board again on its next possession, capping a 6-play, 54-yard drive with JaLil Nate Harrison led Tabor’s rushing attack with 17 carries Turner’s 2-yard plunge and the PAT made it 14-3 with 4:42 for 68 yards, while Rozzell ran for 48 yards on 15 carries. to go in the opening quarter. The Coyotes got the ball right Rozzell was 20-of-48 passing for 188 yards with one back as Tabor quarterback Tim Rozzell fumbled the snap touchdown and one interception. Former Wesleyan player on the opening play of the Bluejay drive and Brady Harwell Tanner Giffin led the Tabor receivers with 6 catches for 55 recovered at the Tabor-23 with 4:32 to go. Wesleyan drove yards, and was the victim of many hard hits from the Coyote to the Bluejay 4, but had to settle for a 22-yard Stecker boot defense all afternoon long. to put the Coyotes up 17-3 with 2:41 to go. Tabor got on the board first in the second quarter on a 38yard Pacheco field goal that capped a 16-play, 58-yard drive for the Bluejays. The Bluejays would get the only other points of the second quarter as time expired in the half on a 29-yard boot by Pacheco that sent Wesleyan into the half with a 17-9 lead.

KWU 13 5 7 1 38 146 27 119 126 36 17 2 74 245 3.3 1/1 2 / 20 10 / 293 29.3 0/0 10 / 140 2 / 67 0/0 0 26:29 3 of 18 0 of 1 2/6

Tabor answered back on its next drive as Rozzell hit Duray First Downs --Rushing Gardener from 12 yards out to make it 24-15 after the PAT --Passing pass attempt failed. Wesleyan (2-4, 2-3 KCAC) found the endzone again with 12:55 left in the game. A pair of long Giesen runs aided the Coyotes in their 6-play, 39-yard drive that was finished by Turner’s third rushing touchdown of the day, this time from a yard out to put Wesleyan up 31-15.

--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: Number / Lost Penalties: Number / Yards Number of Punts / Yards --Average Per Punt Punt Returns: Number / Yards Kickoff Returns: Number / Yards Interception Returns: Number / Yards Fumble Returns: Number / Yards Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number / Yards

KANSAS WESLEYAN STATISTICS RUSHING 15 Giesen 10 Sorce 23 Turner 3 Crisler 41 Cook 36 Rhoades 49 Reed Total PASSING 3 Crisler 10 Sorce Total

Att 14 6 6 8 1 1 2 38

Att 26 10 36

RECEIVING 33 Caldwell 6 Ham 17 Myers 13 Wooten 11 McClain 8 Vaughan 14 Scott 4 Roberts Total PUNTING 89 Burton Total

Gain 69 30 24 21 2 0 0 146

Cmp 14 3 17

Lost 3 7 3 10 0 0 4 27 Int 1 1 2

Yds 103 23 126

No 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 17 No 10 10

Yds 293 293

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 36 10 6 15 2 0 0 36

TD 1 0 1

Lg 22 27 27

Sk 2 1 3

Yds 45 15 -2 30 5 5 18 10 126 Avg 29.3 29.3

LNWD 22 9 13 0 48 256 30 226 282 29 18 2 77 508 6.6 5/3 6 / 45 3 / 137 45.7 7 / 96 4 / 123 2 / 11 0/0 0 32:22 4 of 14 3 of 4 3 / 16

Net 66 23 21 11 2 0 -4 119

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

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

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 2011 SEASON RECAP KANSAS WESLEYAN STATISTICS RUSHING 23 Wilson 4 McGowan 31 Byrd 5 O’Bryant 2 Ortega 7 Uribe 22 Celestine Total

Att 9 10 18 3 4 2 2 48

PASSING 7 Uribe 2 Ortega 14 Jasin Total

Att 16 12 1 29

RECEIVING 15 Helmick 1 Bunton 3 Jimmerson 22 Celestine 11 Robinson 34 Arnette 31 Byrd 6 Jackson Total PUNTING 45 Keseloff Total

Gain 96 63 68 17 6 2 4 256

Cmp 10 7 1 18

Lost 2 0 10 0 3 2 13 30 Int 2 0 0 2

Yds 153 120 9 282

No 4 4 2 2 2 2 1 1 18 No 3 3

Yds 137 137

Net 94 63 58 17 3 0 -9 226

TD 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 3

Lg 66 22 12 6 3 2 4 66

TD 3 1 0 4

Lg 58 35 9 58

Sk 1 1 0 2

Yds 108 25 56 27 20 16 17 13 282 Avg 45.7 45.7

TD 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 TB 1 1

Lg 58 13 35 18 13 9 17 13 58 I20 2 2

Lg 55 55

the ball at the KWU 35 and the Lions drove to the Wesleyan 6 before giving the ball back to the Coyotes on downs with Wesleyan did go back to Crisler in the second half, until the 1:09 left. final drive when Sorce would step back in. Lindenwood (5-2) racked up 508 yards of total offense on Meanwhile, Lindenwood’s offense got untracked, scoring 34 the day, including 226 on the ground led by Wilson with points in the quarter to pull out to a 44-9 lead at the half. 9 carries for 96 yards and a score. Marvin Byrd added 18 Andrew Helmick opened the second quarter with a 58-yard carries for 58 yards and a score. Uribe was 10-of-16 for catch and score from John Uribe with 14:52 to go. Just over 153 yards passing and three touchdowns, but threw two 2 and a half minutes later, Marvin Byrd scored from three interceptions. Ortega was 7-of-12 for 120 yards and a yards out to make it 23-6 with 12:12 to go in the half. A score. Helmick had a day receiving with four catches for 9-yard pass from Uribe to Helmick opened the score up to 108 yards and three scores. 30-6. Wesleyan had 245 yards of total offense, 119 on the ground After a stalled Wesleyan drive, Kyron Hill picked up a paced by Giesen carrying 14 times for 66 yards. Crisler fumble on a failed reverse attempt with 5:23 to go, and was 14-of-26 passing for 103 yards with a score and an Terry Stecker connected on a 41-yard field goal with 4:11 interception and Sorce was 3-of-10 for 23 yards with a pick to go to make the score 30-9. The Lions answered right as well. Carl Caldwell led Wesleyan’s receivers with three back after the kickoff. On the first play from scrimmage, catches for 45 yards. Burton had a busy day punting 11 Gary Wilson took the handoff and scampered 66 yards times for 293 yards and had one blocked for a 29.3 per kick for the score to make it 37-9 with 3:53 to go in the half. average. Dallas said.

“When you play good teams like Lindenwood, they are going “We learned a lot today, and we just have to stay the course to take advantage of things and they did today,” Dallas and stay together and I think we can finish the season strong,” Dallas said. said. Uribe and Helmick hooked up for a third time in the quarter Wesleyan returns to KCAC action next weekend, heading to with a 39-yard pass with 1:57 to go before the half. North Newton to take on Bethel at Thresher Stadium with a 1:30 kick. Lindenwood led 44-9 at the half.

The Lions had a chance to score more points early in the “It will be nice to not have such a long road trip third quarter. After a punt by Daniel Burton was returned back into conference action,” Dallas said. 42 yards for an apparent score but a running into the kicker penalty gave the Coyotes a second chance and Wesleyan ST. CHARLES, Mo. – Kansas Wesleyan could not overcome was able to hold the Lions out of the end zone, momentarily. several special team mistakes and the offense struggled OCTOBER 22, 2011 against a rugged Lindenwood (Mo.) Lions team as the David Ortega capped a 8-play, 46 yard drive for Lindenwood KANSAS WESLEYAN AT BETHEL Coyotes fell to the NCAA Division II bound Lions 61-16 on with a 1-yard run that put the Lions up 51-9 with 10:13 to 1 2 3 4 Saturday afternoon at Harlen C. Hunter Stadium in St. go in the third. Kansas Wesleyan 10 30 21 7 Charles, Mo. Bethel 0 7 0 0 Special teams mistakes finally came back to bite the KWU Things started out good for the Coyotes, who fell to 2-5 Lions later in the quarter. After a stalled Wesleyan drive, TEAM First Downs 25 overall and 0-4 on the road this season. Two of Lindenwood’s Burton’s punt bounced off the head of Blake Arnette and --Rushing 11 was recovered by Adrian Thomas at the LU-37. first three passes were picked off by the Coyotes, one by --Passing 14 Kelton Reed and the second a pick-six for Ken Mitchell, who --Penalty 0 Three plays later, the Coyotes found the endzone for their returned it 59 yards for the score. Terry Stecker’s PAT would Rushing Attempts 38 only offensive touchdown of the game on a 22-yard Crisler miss giving the Coyotes the early lead. Yards Gained Rushing 237 to Jerome Wooten pass made it 51-16 after Stecker’s PAT Yards Lost Rushing 5 The host Lions wasted no time in answering back with with 7:47 to go in the third. Net Yards Rushing 232 Denodus O’Bryant’s 84-yard kickoff return for a touchdown Net Yards Passing 403 on the ensuing kickoff. The PAT made it 7-6 with 12:50 to Wesleyan was pinned deep in its own territory after a 55--Passes Attempted 33 yard Morris Keseloff punt was downed at the KWU-5. The go. --Passes Completed 22 Coyote drive stalled and a 24-yard punt by Burton gave the --Had Intercepted 0 “I felt that in some parts of the game we played the best we Lions great field position at the Wesleyan 31. Total Offensive Plays 71 have all season,” Wesleyan head coach Dave Dallas said. Total Net Yards 635 --Average Gain Per Play 8.9 “However in other parts we struggled, especially special Lindenwood drove to the Wesleyan 9 where Ortega’s pass to Terance Jackson was incomplete forcing the Lions to settle Fumbles: Number / Lost 1/0 teams, which was our Achilles’ heel today.” for a 26-yard field goal with 3:17 left in the third. Penalties: Number / Yards 8 / 75 Number of Punts / Yards 4 / 142 Starting quarterback Austin Crisler’s pass would be picked --Average Per Punt 35.5 off by Nick Tepea with 4:06 to go in the quarter and after Wesleyan’s ensuing drive got out to the KWU 44 before 2 / 31 Lindenwood’s drive stalled at the KWU-25 after a sack by stalling after three straight incompletions and Burton’s Punt Returns: Number / Yards 2 / 39 Brady Harwell set up a 42-yard field goal by James Neal punt would be blocked by Christian Golder and recovered Kickoff Returns: Number / Yards 3 / 33 at the KWU-14, setting up the final score of the game, a Interception Returns: Number / Yards with 1:11 to go. 1 / 20 13-yard pass to Jackson from Ortega to cap a quick 2-play, Fumble Returns: Number / Yards Miscellaneous Yards 0 Wesleyan then switched quarterbacks to Steven Sorce to try 14 yard drive with 1:00 left in the third. Possession Time 25:08 to spark the offense, but the Coyotes could not muster much 7 of 14 Adrian Thomas forced a fumble and Jeff Rooney recovered Third Down Conversions offense against the Lions. 2 of 2 to stop a Lindenwood drive at the KWU 16 with 9:08 to go, Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number / Yards 2 / 16 “We wanted to get a different look and tempo to our offense but the drive that followed would stall at the Wesleyan 29, is why we made the switch,” Wesleyan head coach Dave forcing another punt. Another short punt gave Lindenwood FIELD GOALS Neal (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis.)

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RUSHING 15 Giesen 10 Sorce 3 Crisler 23 Turner 36 Rhoades 41 Cook Total PASSING 2 Dallas 3 Crisler 10 Sorce 17 Myers Total

Att 12 2 6 9 6 3 38

Att 18 9 5 1 33

Gain 89 47 41 29 25 6 237

Cmp 12 5 4 1 22

RECEIVING 13 Wooten 33 Caldwell 6 Ham 80 Winn 4 Roberts 17 Myers 14 Scott 34 Rooney 81 Smith 15 Giesen 83 Owens Total

Lost 4 0 0 1 0 0 5 Int 0 0 0 0 0

Yds 296 43 41 23 403

No 4 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 22

PUNTING 89 Burton Total

No 4 4

Net 85 47 41 28 25 6 232 TD 3 1 0 1 5

Yds 74 84 64 26 35 23 37 23 16 14 7 403

Yds 142 142

Avg 35.5 35.5

TD 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 5 TB 0 0

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

BETHEL STATISTICS RUSHING 29 Oden 19 Brown 13 Jonec 5 Berg 49 McCall 30 Hall 38 Sushsland 7 Keffer Total PASSING 13 Jonec 7 Keffer Total

Att 23 6 3 1 1 2 3 2 41

Att 23 5 28

RECEIVING 5 Berg 84 McNary 81 Scott 3 Williams 85 Allen 19 Brown 29 Oden Total PUNTING 1 Lluis 38 Sushsland 0 TEAM Total

Gain 77 23 21 8 6 6 3 5 149 Cmp 12 0 12

Lost 17 0 10 0 0 0 1 6 34 Int 3 0 3

No 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 12 No 4 4 1 9

Yds 165 142 0 307

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Net 60 23 11 8 6 6 2 -1 115 TD 1 0 1

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

TD 1 1 0 0 0 0 2

Lg 27 44 23 7 14 5 44

Lg 18 0 18

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NORTH NEWTON – The Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes are glad to be back in the Kansas Conference after last week’s non-conference loss to Lindenwood. Wesleyan racked up 635 yards of total offense, 355 of those coming in the first half as the Coyotes cruised to a 68-7 win over the Bethel Threshers on Saturday afternoon at Joe W. Goering Field at Thresher Stadium.

half with a 22-yard Stecker boot to take a 40-7 lead into the break. “We played well in all three phases of the game,” Dave Dallas said. “I think a lot of things carried over from last week and we did a lot of things right today.”

Wesleyan didn’t slow down in the second half as Crisler hit Wesleyan also welcomed back Trey Dallas at quarterback Giesen from 14-yards out for a touchdown on the opening Lg Sk after missing the last two games with an injury. Dallas had drive of the half to put the Coyotes up 47-7 with 11:54 to 70 0 one his best halves of the season in the first 30 minutes, go in the third. 14 0 going 12-for-18 for 296 yards and three scores. 16 0 After another failed Bethel drive, the Coyotes took over at 23 0 Austin Crisler played in the third and halfway through the their own 8, and drove 92 yards in 11 plays, capped by a 70 0 fourth quarter before giving way to Steve Sorce to finish the wild finish. Wesleyan lined up for what should have been a 40-yard Stecker field goal try, but a low snap forced holder Lg game. 43 Seth Myers to scramble and he ended up finding a wide 70 “We got a lot of players in the game, especially in the open Jeff Rooney in the back of the end zone for a 23-yard 43 second half,” Wesleyan head coach Dave Dallas said, “We touchdown pass that put Wesleyan up 54-7. 10 did have to be cautious with them though as well because 24 of our JV game on Monday.” Bethel took over at its own 23 and got out to their own 21 48, when back-to-back offensive pass interference calls 37 23 Trey Dallas and the Coyotes got things started quickly when shoved the Threshers all the way back to their own 18. 16 he hit Jerome Wooten from 14 yards out with 10:43 to go in Jonec dropped back to pass and was pressured by Omoniyi 14 the first quarter, and Terry Stecker connected on a 21-yard Olayiwola and tried to dump a screen pass off, but instead 7 field goal with 3:56 to go in the quarter to put Wesleyan Langston Kennedy reached up and grabbed the ball and 70 up 10-0. rumbled 12 yards in for the score to put the Coyotes up 61-7 with 14 second to go in the quarter. I20 Lg Bethel (1-7, 1-5 KCAC) got its only score of the game with 1 41 1 41 13:42 to go in the second quarter when the Threshers got a Plenty of younger players saw action in the fourth quarter, 6-yard touchdown pass from Rigel Jonec to Kyle Berg to get and Wesleyan added one more score when the third quarterback of the day Sorce scampered 44 yards on a Distance them within 3 at 10-7. 42, (41) keeper play into the endzone, turning a 2nd-and-15 into Enter the Coyote offensive explosion that saw Wesleyan points that put Wesleyan up 68-7 with 1:22 to go. explode for 30 second quarter points. After a 20-yard shanked punt by Bethel’s Brandon Lluis gave the Coyotes “I am proud of our guys today,” Dallas said. “They played TD Lg 0 18 the ball at the Bethel-25, Brett Giesen plunged in from a with a lot of character and class today.” yard out to put the Coyotes up 17-7 with 9:12 to go in the 0 8 Wesleyan’s 635 yards of offense was easily a season high, 0 12 half. 0 8 as Dallas was 12-of-18 passing for 296 yards and three 0 6 Two Bethel drives later, the Threshers were picked off by scores. Crisler as 5-of-9 for 43 yards and a touchdown and 0 4 Ken Mitchell, his second of the game, and Dallas and the Sorce when 4-for-5 for 41 yards. Eleven different players 0 2 Coyotes only needed one play for Dallas to find Carl Caldwell caught a pass led by Wooten with 4 grabs for 74 yards, 0 5 0 18 streaking over the middle for a 7-yard scoring play that while Caldwell had 3 catches for 84 yards and Corey Ham made it 23-7 Coyotes with 2:09 to go. had 3 catches for 64 yards. A big return by Bethel on the ensuing kick got the Threshers Giesen led the Coyote rushes with 12 runs for 89 yards as drive started at the Wesleyan 47, but got no further than the the Coyotes put up 232 yards rushing on the afternoon. 43 where a Lluis punt was downed at the KWU-1. Bethel was paced offensive by Jordan Oden on the ground Lg No worries for the Wesleyan offense. Dallas hit Wooten for with 23 rushes for 77 yards. Jonec was 12-of-23 for 112 8 18 43 yards on the first play of the drive, and after a penalty, yards, but threw 3 picks. Levi Keffer was 0-for-5 in the 15 Dallas hit Brandon Scott for 37 yards down to the Bethel game. 9 24. From there, Dallas hit Jeff Roberts on a sideline pattern 16 wide open in the end zone from the scoring play, capping “We have to continue to grow as a football team as close 9 Wesleyan’s 99-yard, 3 play march that ate just 38 seconds the season strong,” Dallas said. “The end of the season for 4 off the clock. us isn’t easy, but I think we have a chance to finish the year 18 very strong.” I20 Lg Wesleyan (3-5, 3-3 KCAC) then got some great special 1 56 teams play from Taylor Sachs. Sachs blocked the punt on 2 42 Bethel’s next drive and picked it up and ran in for the score 0 0 and on the ensuing kickoff Sachs forced a fumble on the 3 56 return that was picked up by Caleb Brill and returned to the Bethel-5 with 4 seconds left in the half. Distance The Coyotes rushed the field goal unit on and closed the

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SOUTHWESTERN STATISTICS

RUSHING 24 Holbert 5 Myers 6 Haynes Jr. 11 May 22 Vargas 0 TEAM 47 Joliff Total PASSING 11 May Total

Att 13 22 8 12 1 1 1 58

Att 38 38

Cmp 20 20

RECEIVING 22 Vargas 18 Melby 80 Clutter 12 Butler 44 Hilker Total PUNTING 99 Ledy 0 TEAM Total

Gain 134 115 48 40 2 0 0 339

No 7 6 3 2 2 20 No 2 1 3

SWC 26 15 11 0 58 339 48 291 232 38 20 2 96 523 5.4 3/3 4 / 38 3 / 80 26.7 4 / 48 8 / 109 0/0 0/0 0 35:35 8 of 19 3 of 7 0/0 Lost 3 9 0 28 0 3 5 48

Int 2 2

Yds 80 0 80

4 21 7

Yds 232 232

TD 3 3 TD 0 2 0 1 0 3

Avg 40.0 0 26.7

TB 0 0 0

Lost 9 0 0 0 2 11 22

Net 177 24 0 0 -1 -9 191

FIELD GOALS (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis.)

KANSAS WESLEYAN STATISTICS RUSHING 15 Giesen 23 Turner 36 Rhoades 2 Dallas 41 Cook 0 TEAM Total

Att 32 8 1 1 2 2 46

Gain 186 24 0 0 1 2 213

KWU 21 11 10 0 46 213 22 191 197 29 15 0 75 388 5.2 1/0 1 / 10 7 / 222 31.7 2 / 14 4 / 74 2/3 1 / 54 0 24:25 4 of 14 1 of 2 4 / 27

Net 131 106 48 12 2 -3 -5 291

Yds 67 90 24 44 7 232

TOT 35 45

PASSING 2 Dallas Total

Att 29 29

RECEIVING 17 Myers 6 Ham 4 Roberts 13 Wooten 23 Turner 2 Dallas Total PUNTING 89 Burton 0 TEAM Total

Cmp 15 15

Int 0 0

No 5 4 3 1 1 1 15 No 6 1 7

Yds 222 0 222

Yds 197 197

TD 0 0

Yds 99 40 24 31 3 0 197 Avg 37.0 0 31.7

Lg 31 31 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TB 0 0 0

I20 0 0 0

Sk 0 0

part to Corey Holbert’s 67-yard run, but on the next play Braden Long forced a fumble by Haynes and Adrian Thomas recovered to stop the drive.

Lg 25 13 11 31 3 0 31

Wesleyan got nowhere on its drive and punted to Southwestern, who took over at their own 47 after the kick. Faced with a 4th-and-6 at the Wesleyan 37, May dumped a pass off to Adam Hilker who was stripped by Long and Adrian Thomas picked it up and sprinted down the sideline only to be tripped up by May at the Southwestern 10 to prevent a touchdown.

Lg 53 0 53

It only took 2 plays for the Coyotes to score on Turner’s 6-yard run to put the Coyotes up 35-14 with 8:50 to go in the third.

Southwestern again drove into Wesleyan territory, and May tried for a homerun pass to the end zone from the 39 that was instead picked off by Ken Mitchell in the end zone for a touchback. After a failed drive by both teams, Terry Stecker Kansas Wesleyan led 45-14 three seconds into the fourth came on when Wesleyan’s drive stalled at the Southwestern quarter after Brett Giesen’s 1-yard touchdown run, his 34 and drilled a 51-yard field goal, the longest of his career, fourth of the day. Then the Coyotes held on for dear life with 2:06 to go in the quarter to put Wesleyan up 38-14. as Southwestern scored 21 unanswered points. Wesleyan was able to come away with the 45-35 win over the After a stalled Southwestern drive, Wesleyan took over right before the end of the quarter at the Southwestern 38, and Moundbuilders on Saturday afternoon at Salina Stadium. used a Dallas pass to Seth Myers to get all the way down to The Coyotes picked up right where they left off after last the 1 and after the change of ends at the quarter, Giesen week’s 68-7 demolition of Bethel in North Newton as Giesen scored from a yard out to put the Coyotes up 45-14 with scored from 29 yards out on the game’s opening drive, 14:57 to go in the game. capping a 4-play, 41-yard march with 13:39 to go in the first. Southwestern’s first score came on the next drive as the After an interception by the Coyotes’ Jacob Brackens, ‘Builders went 67 yards in 7 plays capped by a 24-yard Cass Wesleyan found itself in the endzone again, this time on Myers run with 12:37 to go to make it 45-21 Coyotes. TD Lg Giesen’s 11-yard scoring run with 10:30 to go in the quarter. 0 67 Giesen’s run came right after a great play when Jerome On the kickoff, Southwestern went for the onside kick that 1 24 1 14 Wooten jumped for a pass from Trey Dallas that looked like appeared to have been recovered by Wesleyan’s Braden 0 12 it was picked off; instead Wooten came down with the ball Long who emerged from the pile with the ball, but the officials ruled that Southwestern recovered the ball at the 0 2 for a 31-yard gain for the Coyotes. 0 0 KWU-32. Faced with a 4th-and-9 at Wesleyan’s 31, May 0 0 Southwestern got its first points of the game on the next found Christian Butler in the end zone for a 31-yard scoring 2 67 drive when Michael Haynes scored from 12 yards out to cap play with 11:19 to go to get the ‘Builders within 17 at 45-28. Lg Sk a 6-play, 54-yard Moundbuilder drive with 7:18 to go in the Wesleyan drove to the Southwestern 24, but Dallas’ pass to quarter. 31 4 Jeff Roberts on fourth down was incomplete. Southwestern 31 4 On the Moundbuilders’ next drive, Corey Ham blocked and took over at its own 24 and marched downfield, capping Lg recovered the punt at the Southwestern 28 setting up an its drive with a 27-yard pass from May to Melby to get the 20 8-play, 28-yard drive that was capped by JaLil Turner’s ‘Builders within 10 at 45-35. 29 11 1-yard run with 1:31 left. It took the Coyotes four plays from 31 the 1 as Southwestern managed to stop Turner, Dallas and Southwestern (3-6, 2-5 KCAC) tried another onside kick, but this time Kyle Owens got the ball and fell to the turf to 6 Giesen before Turner finally got in. 31 secure possession for the Coyotes. After the stalled Coyote Wesleyan was forced to punt on its first drive in the second drive, Southwestern took over at its own 20, and converted I20 Lg quarter but after a bad snap pushed the Coyotes back to a 4th-and-10 to keep the drive alive and then got a 29-yard 1 50 pass play from May to Melby to convert another 4th down to 0 0 their own 19, Daniel Burton’s punt was blocked by Jayson 1 50 Steeley and recovered by Terrence Royal at the KWU-10. the Wesleyan 47. Three plays later, the ‘Builders were in the endzone when Distance Brady May hit Cody Melby from 4 yards out with 12:09 to May completed a pass to Joe Vargas as time expired, who then lateralled the ball across the field to Christian Butler go in the half. who ran to the Wesleyan-26 and then tried to lateral the ball TD Lg The Coyotes stopped Southwestern on 4th-and-11 from back across the field, but Caleb Brill intercepted the lateral 4 29 midfield and three plays later were in the end zone again and fell to the turf at the KWU-30 to end the game. 2 6 on Giesen’s 9-yard run with 1:14 to go to take a 28-14 lead 0 0 into the half. 0 0 0 6

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

Distance (51)

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Southwestern dominated the final statistics, outgaining the Coyotes 523 to 388 and ran 20 more plays in the game. The ‘Builders had 291 yards rushing as both Holbert and Myers went over 100 yards in the game, and May finished the game 20-of-38 passing for 232 yards and 3 touchdowns, but was also picked off twice and was sacked 4 times.

PUNTING 89 Burton Total

Wesleyan had another good afternoon running the ball, rushing 46 times for 191 yards as a team, led by Giesen, who carried 32 times for177 yards and four touchdowns, more than doubling his season touchdown total in the game. Dallas was 15-of-29 for 197 yards with no touchdowns and no interceptions. Myers led the Coyote receivers with five catches for 99 yards.

McPHERSON STATISTICS

NOVEMBER 5, 2011 KANSAS WESLEYAN AT McPHERSON 1 14 0

Kansas Wesleyan McPherson

2 10 6

TEAM 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: Number / Lost Penalties: Number / Yards Number of Punts / Yards --Average Per Punt Punt Returns: Number / Yards Kickoff Returns: Number / Yards Interception Returns: Number / Yards Fumble Returns: Number / Yards Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number / Yards

KANSAS WESLEYAN STATISTICS

RUSHING 15 Giesen 36 Rhoades 41 Cook 2 Dallas 0 TEAM Total PASSING 2 Dallas Total

RECEIVING 33 Caldwell 4 Roberts 6 Ham 11 McClain 14 Scott 13 Wooten 15 Giesen 17 Myers Total

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Att 38 7 1 1 2 49

Att 44 44

Gain 263 13 1 1 0 278

Cmp 27 27 No 9 6 5 3 1 1 1 1 27

3 0 17

TOT 38 37

KWU 30 13 13 4 49 278 8 270 232 44 27 0 93 502 5.4 1/1 5 / 49 6 / 102 17.0 2 / 16 6 / 89 0/0 0/0 0 32:31 10 of 19 1 of 2 3 / 13 Lost 7 0 0 0 1 8

Int 0 0

4 14 14

Yds 232 232 Yds 95 32 24 42 20 9 6 4 232

MCPH 21 7 12 2 38 123 25 98 294 36 23 0 74 392 5.3 2/2 6 / 64 5 / 196 39.2 2 / 78 2 / 74 0/0 0/0 0 27:29 5 of 15 1 of 3 0/0

Net 256 13 1 1 -1 270

TD 4 0 0 0 0 4

Lg 28 3 1 1 0 28

TD 1 1

Lg 25 25

Sk 0 0

TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Lg 19 17 10 25 20 9 6 4 25

No 6 6

Yds 102 102

Avg 17 17

TB 0 0

I20 0 0

FIELD GOALS Stecker (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis.) RUSHING 23 D’Antignac 1 Jones 16 Snodgrass 18 Jones Total PASSING 16 Snodgrass Total

Att 11 14 12 1 38

Att 36 36

RECEIVING 80 Skinner 10 Middleton 12 Ozbun 84 O’Rourke 4 Summers-Johnson 1 Jones 8 Record 88 Temaat Total PUNTING 17 Rotering Total

No 5 5

Gain 62 38 23 0 123 Cmp 23 23

Distance (23)

Lost 0 6 19 0 25 Int 0 0

No 7 5 4 3 1 1 1 1 23 Yds 196 196

FIELD GOALS (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis.)

Lg 30 30

Yds 294 294

Net 62 32 4 0 98 TD 3 3

Yds 88 73 56 17 31 13 10 6 294 Avg 39.2 39.2

TD 0 2 0 0 2

Lg 13 8 9 0 13

Lg 33 33

Sk 3 3

TD 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 TB 0 0

Lg 32 29 33 12 31 13 10 6 33 I20 1 1

Lg 55 55

Distance

McPHERSON – Another week, another wild finish for the Kansas Wesleyan Football team. After last week’s near meltdown against Southwestern, the Coyotes nearly repeated things again holding on for dear life in a 38-37 win over the McPherson Bulldogs on Saturday afternoon at McPherson Stadium. Wesleyan led 24-6 at the half, only to see McPherson draw even at 31-all with 7:35 to go in the fourth quarter on a 14yard pass from Jake Snodgrass to Joe Middleton and 2-point conversion that capped an 11-play, 80-yard drive for the Bulldogs.

of a routine 20-yard PAT kick, the Bulldogs would have to kick from 35-yards out to tie the score. Nick Kouth got the kickoff, but it hung up in the strong south wind and fell short of crossing the goal posts. McPherson tried an onside kick, but the Coyotes recovered as time expired giving Wesleyan the win. Wesleyan blasted out to a 24-0 lead with 7:55 to go in the second quarter when Giesen scored from 4 yards out, the third of his four scoring runs on the day. The others came with 9:16 to go in the first from a yard out and with 5:18 to go in the first on a 13-yard run and the last was the 28-yard run on the go ahead score in the fourth. The Bulldogs didn’t get on the board until the 6:29 mark of the second quarter when Travon Jones scored from 3 yards out, but a high snap and bad placement on the PAT resulted in a miss and the Coyote lead was 24-6. McPherson scored 17 unanswered in the third quarter, using a 32-yard Snodgrass to Andy Skinner pass, a 1 yard Jones run and a 36-yard Kouth field goal to get within a point at 24-23 with 1:36 to go in the quarter. Wesleyan (5-5, 5-3 KCAC) answered back with a 19-yard Trey Dallas to Skip Caldwell pass to take a 31-23 lead before McPherson (3-7, 3-5 KCAC) tied things up with their score with 7:35 to go. The Coyotes got another huge offensive output from Giesen, as he rushed 38 times for a career high 256 yards and 4 scores. The 256 yards is the single highest single game rushing total in the NAIA this season according to the DakStats National Statistics website. Dallas was 27-of-42 for 232 yards and a touchdown. Caldwell led Wesleyan’s receivers with 9 catches for 95 yards. Giesen also went over 1000 yards rushing for the first time in his career during the game. Taurus D’Antignac led McPherson in rushing, carryiing 11 times for 62 yards. Snodgrasss was 23-of-36 passing for 294 yards and 3 touchdowns. Skinner was his favorite target, making 7 catches for 88 yards and a touchdown.

That was just the beginning of the wild finish in the game. Wesleyan answered back on its next drive, marching 60 yards in 6 plays capped by tailback Brett Giesen’s 28-yard run with 4:55 left to put the Coyotes back on top at 38-31. Here came the Bulldogs, heading into the stiff south breeze. Snodgrass hit Chase Ozbun to covert a 3rd-and-8, and 2 plays later hit Ozbun again on second down to move the chains again. Omoniyi Olayiwola sacked Snodgrass to set up a 3rd-and-14 at the Wesleyan 31, and Snodgrass again hit Ozbun for eight yards, and then got a gift from the Coyote defense, as Wesleyan was called for a pass interference penalty that gave McPherson 1st-and-Goal at the KWU-9. On the next play Snodgrass hit Middleton in the endzone for the score with 2 seconds left. Middleton reached around and over Wesleyan corner Ken Mitchell to make the scoring catch. However, in his jubilation of making the reception, Middleton took off his helmet while still on the field and was flagged for excessive celebration. The result was instead

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NOVEMBER 12, 2011 SAINT MARY AT KANSAS WESLEYAN 1 0 0

Saint Mary Kansas Wesleyan

2 7 7

3 0 3

TEAM 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: Number / Lost Penalties: Number / Yards Number of Punts / Yards --Average Per Punt Punt Returns: Number / Yards Kickoff Returns: Number / Yards Interception Returns: Number / Yards Fumble Returns: Number / Yards Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number / Yards

SAINT MARY STATISTICS

RUSHING 37 Ryan 11 Edison 34 Ridley 0 TEAM 14 Keese Total

Att 14 2 7 3 1 27

PASSING 14 Keese 4 Owens Total

Att 58 1 59

RECEIVING 11 Edison 34 Ridley 4 Owens 2 Waites 13 Gomes-Coelho 17 Williams Total PUNTING 7 Schattle 14 Keese 0 TEAM Total

Gain 29 25 23 0 0 77 Cmp 32 0 32 No 14 7 5 3 2 1 32

No 6 1 1 8

Yds 235 50 0 285

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

4 14 6

TOT 21 16

USM 20 3 16 1 27 77 12 65 337 59 32 1 86 402 4.7 1/0 8 / 91 8 / 285 35.6 4 / 23 2 / 31 2/7 0/0 0 26:54 5 of 19 1 of 3 1/8 Lost 3 0 0 3 6 12

Int 1 0 1

KANSAS WESLEYAN STATISTICS

Yds 337 0 337

Net 26 25 23 -3 -6 65 TD 2 0 2

Yds 148 83 55 16 27 8 337 Avg 39.2 50 0 35.6

KWU 24 6 13 5 35 154 10 144 205 50 27 2 85 349 4.1 1/1 3 / 29 8 / 225 28.1 3 / 60 3 / -2 1/0 0/0 0 25:54 4 of 18 1 of 3 1/6

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

TD 1 0 0 0 0 1

Lg 8 24 7 0 0 24

Lg 26 0 26

Sk 1 0 1 Lg 23 26 26 7 14 8 26

RUSHING 15 Giesen 2 Dallas 6 Ham 21 Sachs 15 Counts 36 Rhoades Total PASSING 2 Dallas Total

Att 27 4 1 1 1 1 35

Att 50 50

RECEIVING 6 Ham 33 Caldwell 11 McClain 17 Myers 15 Giesen 13 Wooten 4 Roberts Total PUNTING 89 Burton Total

Gain 123 21 8 1 1 0 154

Cmp 27 27

Int 2 2

No 6 5 5 5 4 1 1 27 No 8 8

Yds 225 225

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

Lost 1 8 0 0 0 1 10 Yds 205 205

Net 122 13 8 1 1 -1 144

TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

Lg 16 11 8 1 1 0 16

TD 1 1

Lg 26 26

Sk 1 1

Yds 51 63 38 19 22 13 -1 205 Avg 28.1 28.1

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

Lg 26 16 13 9 11 13 0 26 I20 2 2

Lg 41 41

Distance (28), 41

Kansas Wesleyan dropped its football season finale to the University of Saint Mary Spires 21-16 on Saturday afternoon at Salina Stadium. The game was billed on paper to be a high scoring affair between the Coyotes and Spires as Saint Mary featured one of the top passing offenses in the NAIA against Wesleyan whose offense had become explosive over the last three games sparked by a reborn running game behind junior tailback Brett Giesen.

Giesen’s 1-yard plunge and Terry Stecker’s kick tied things at 7-all with 26 seconds left in the half. Saint Mary missed a field goal on the opening drive of the second half and neither team could score until special teams play came up huge for the Coyotes again. Taylor Sachs blocked a Saint Mary punt and Corey Ham recovered at the Saint Mary 25 giving the Coyotes great field position. The Coyotes drove to the USM-16, where the drive stalled, but Saint Mary was called for offside on fourth down giving the Coyotes new life. The Coyotes got no further than the 11 where they had to settle for a 28-yard Stecker boot to take a 10-7 lead with 26 seconds left in the third. Finally the scoring machine started for both teams in the fourth quarter. The Spires passed their way into the endzone on their next drive as Keese used back-to-back 14-yard pass plays, the latter a scoring pass to Kameron Ridley to take a 14-10 lead with 12:58 to go that capped an 8-play, 60-yard march for the Spires. On the first play of Wesleyan’s drive, Dallas was picked off by Sims at the KWU-49, and 3 plays later Saint Mary was in the endzone again on Keese’s 26-yard pass to Owens taking a 21-10 lead. Both teams traded drives again, but special teams play came up big for Wesleyan again as Mitchell returned the Saint Mary punt 52 yards to the USM 33, and add in a face mask penalty on the Spires gave the Coyotes first down at the USM-18. Giesen ran for 4 yards before Dallas hit Caldwell wide open in the endzone to get the Coyotes within 5 at 21-16, with 8:43 to go. Wesleyan went for 2 to cut the deficit to 3, but the PAT pass was no good.

Saint Mary drove to the Wesleyan 15, but a 4th down pass from Keese to Alex Gomes-Coelho was incomplete. The Coyotes drove to the USM-35 on the next drive as the running game finally got going for the Coyotes, as Giesen aided the drive with runs of 10, 16 and 14 yards. Wesleyan reached the Saint Mary 27, but Dallas was sacked by Jerry Instead the first quarter was played to a scoreless Ford on second down and a third down pass was incomplete stalemate, and both teams only combined for 14 first half and Dallas was picked off by Sims at the 13 on 4th down to points, a touchdown for each in the second quarter. seal the win for the Spires. Not to say that both teams didn’t have their chances early. After a Wesleyan punt that went minus-5 yards gave Saint Mary first down at the KWU-16, the Spires got no closer than the 2, when Saint Mary tried a fake field goal, but holder Billy Owens’ pass for Cardrick Nix was incomplete.

The win for Saint Mary was the first time in school history that the Spires have defeated the Coyotes, going 0-10 in the previous meetings. Keese had another sensational day for Saint Mary as he was 32-of-58 passing for 337 yards and 2 scores. Fred Edison had 14 catches for 148 yards. Ryan led the Saint Mary rushers with 14 carries for 26 yards.

Later in the first, the Coyotes had a second down play at their own 25, but Trey Dallas was stripped by John Annino Giesen passed 100 yards rushing again for the Coyotes, and Trevion Sims recovered giving the Spires another short I20 Lg field. The Spires drove to the KWU-1 but could not get in the carrying 27 times for 122 yards and a score, and Dallas was 27-of-50 for 205 yards with a score and 2 picks. Senior 2 51 end zone before the first quarter ended. 1 50 Corey Ham led the Coyote receivers with 6 catches for 51 0 0 yards. 3 51 The Spires were in the end zone on the first play of the second quarter as Will Ryan scored from a yard out and Distance Bobby Schattle’s kick put Saint Mary up 7-0 with 14:56 to 25 go in the half. Later in the quarter Saint Mary had 2nd and goal at the KWU-3 but Ken Mitchell picked off Mike Keese’s pass to Tory Waite in the endzone. Both teams traded drives until the Coyotes took over with 2:22 to go in the half and marched down the field aided by a Saint Mary face mask penalty and a Dallas to Skip Caldwell pass to the USM-1 to set up

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY A BRIEF HISTORY OF KANSAS WESLEYAN FOOTBALL 1893 - 2011

Kansas Wesleyan University celebrates its 118th year of football this season. Kansas Wesleyan’s football history is a storied one, one of great coaches, great players, and great teams.

FOOTBALL HISTORY QUICK FACTS

First Year of Football .................................................................... 1893 Seasons Played ............................................................................. 104 It all began in 1893, as the “Wesleyans” as they were known back then, took to the field experimenting with one Overall Record .........................................................419-449-39 (.483) of the newest intercollegiate sports sweeping the nation, football. Kansas Wesleyan played its first ever game KCAC Record ...........................................................299-282-22 (.514) against the high school team from Abilene on November 6, 1893. KWU was victorious 14-2. The November 7, KCAC Championships ............................................... 13 (Last in 2002) 1893, edition of the Salina Daily Republican claimed, “WESLEYAN WINS! The Abilene team gets some pointers on foot ball...” Just one week later, the team traveled south to Lindsborg to play the Bethany Swedes. Kansas Bowl Appearances .......................... 1 (American Family Charity, 2000) Wesleyan also showed the Bethany boys a thing or two about the game as they clobbered them 48-0. The Coyotes NAIA Championship Series Berths .................................2 (2001, 2002) then entertained Abilene again and then Chapman on consecutive days, coming out victorious in both contests. NAIA Championship Series Record ..................................................0-2 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. Wesleyan played two games in 1894, both against Bethany College, but a nationwide effort to suppress football because of its brutality hit Salina and the school’s administration banished the sport from the campus for four years. Changes to the rules of football, along with a renewed interest at KWU and nationwide brought the sport back to Wesleyan in 1899. 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 KWU’S FIRST FOOTBALL SQUAD IN 1893 once again. Bissell is the all-time winningest football coach at KWU with 116 wins, and has the third best winning percentage (.496) 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 116-118-7 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 67-110-1 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 consecutive KCAC titles in 2001 and 2002. Since 2000, KWU has gone 76-48 and has appeared three times in post-season play (2000 American Family Insurance Charity Bowl, 2001 NAIA Playoffs, 2002 NAIA Playoffs). Dallas’ two trips to the NAIA playoffs were the first in KWU’s history. His record at KWU stands at 84-67 through 15 seasons. Since the inception of football at KWU in 1893, Kansas Wesleyan has a 419-449-39 record. Since the modern era of the KCAC began in 1929, KWU’s conference record is 299-282-22 to go along with its 13 conference championships, the first of which was in 1929, and the most recent in 2002.

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY ALL-TIME SEASON BY SEASON RESULTS 1893 - 4-1 6-Nov 13-Nov

Abilene High School at Bethany College Abilene High School Chapman High School Baker

1894 - 1-1 13-Oct

Bethany at Bethany

14-2 48-0 W W 0-44

12-24 16-6

Kansas State

1900 - 0-1

Kansas State

0-30 29-Oct 25-Nov

1903 - 3-3

St. John's Military Academy Bethany College St. Mary's College (Kan.) Wichita State Salina High School St. John's Military Academy

1905 - 3-1

St. John's Military Academy Kansas State Sterling College College of Emporia

23-0 0-40 0-39 0-33 16-0 8-0

17-6 0-24 6-5 4-0

COACH GEORGE MILLER 0-3-1 Career Record (2 Seasons) 0-40

1907 - 0-2-1 Wichita State Sterling College Salina High School

0-42 0-5 0-0

COACH C.L. WILLIAMS 8-6 Career Record (2 Seasons) 1908 - 7-3 19-Oct

Salina High School at Ottawa University Sterling College St. John's Military Academy Kansas State Wichita State Fort Hays State Haskell Concordia (Neb.) Salina High School

1909 - 1-3 2-Oct

23-Sep

at Kansas State College of Emporia at Ottawa Sterling College

COACH GEORGE EDWARDS 1914, 1917 4-11 Career Record (2 Seasons)

Haskell Wichita State + Bethany College College of Emporia + Bethany College + Fort Hays State + Friends University + St. Mary's College (Kan.) + Sterling College +

0-7 0-7 7-0 13-28 29-0 20-6 13-7 13-6 0-6

1916 - 0-8 (0-7 KIAA)

30-Nov

Wichita State + Baker + Sterling College + St. Mary's College (Kan.) + Fort Hays State + College of Emporia + Nebraska Wesleyan Bethany College +

0-26 3-72 0-6 0-64 0-20 0-27 0-91 0-20

1917 - 1-8 (0-6 KIAA) 11-Oct 19-Oct 25-Oct

20-Nov 17-0 5-30 33-4 10-0 5-28 0-24 24-11 29-6 9-6 35-0

0-35 0-28 2-6 35-6

Sterling College + Wichita State + Haskell St. Mary's College (Kan.) + Fort Hays State + Friends University + 21st Army Group / Fort Riley Chillicothe Bible College Bethany College +

1921 - 0-8 (0-7 KIAA)

Haskell 0-89 Sterling + 0-6 Wichita State + 0-24 F Fort Hays State + 0-18 McPherson College + 0-19 Friends University + 0-36 Baker + 0-13 Bethany College + 6-16 F = KWU left field during game, forfeiting game

1922 - 2-7 (2-7 KIAA)

College of Emporia + Sterling College + Wichita State + Fort Hays State + McPherson College + Friends University + St. Mary's College (Kan.) + Baker + Bethany College +

COACH LARRY QUIGLEY 3-10-3 Career Record (2 Seasons) 1919 - 3-5 (2-4 KIAA)

Wichita State + Sterling College + St. Mary's College (Kan.) + Haskell Kansas University of Commerce Friends University + Fort Hays State + Bethany +

1920 - 0-5-3 (0-3-3 KIAA)

Wichita State + Sterling College + Camp Funston / Fort Riley Haskell Friends University + Fort Hays State + McPherson College + Bethany College +

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0-10 13-0 0-26 6-20 22-0 0-12 0-26 7-0 0-0 0-0 7-13 6-20 0-27 0-41 14-14 0-22

0-14 7-0 0-3 0-3 10-13 0-16 6-0 7-26 0-20

1923 - 4-5-1 (2-5-1 KIAA) 13-Oct

Bethel College St. John's College (Kan.) Washburn (Kan.) + Fort Hays State + McPherson College + Friends University + St. Mary's College (Kan.)+ Baker + Benedictine College + Bethany College +

1924 - 5-3 (4-3 KIAA) 3-14 6-22 7-86 0-53 0-38 0-14 0-33 13-6 0-13

Fort Hays State + McPherson College + Bethany + St. Mary's College (Kan.) +

COACH ALEXANDER B. MACKIE 78-52-13 Career Record (17 Seasons)

COACH GEORGE WILLIAMS 0-8 Career Record (1 Season)

COACH GEORGE EDWARDS 1914, 1917 4-11 Career Record (2 Seasons)

1906 - 0-1 Wichita State

0-19 14-13 15-0 0-33 7-16 35-0

COACH W.F. RAGLE 5-4 Career Record (1 Season)

5-17

COACH A.B. COWDEN 6-4 Career Record (2 Seasons)

14-Oct 21-Oct 28-Oct 2-Nov

27-Oct 3-Nov

Friends University Sterling College Fort Hays State Sterling College Fort Hays State Haskell

1915 - 5-4 (4-3 KIAA)

1899 - 0-1

1-Oct 6-Oct 9-Oct 17-Oct

1914 - 3-3

Bethel College Friends University + Fort Hays State + McPherson College + Wichita State + St. Mary's College (Kan.) + Baker + Bethany College +

27-7 49-0 16-0 3-3 0-8 0-6 6-13 0-7 7-6 0-14

27-0 0-6 3-13 6-0 13-19 10-0 14-0 14-0

1925 - 4-2-1 (3-2-1 KIAA)

25-Oct

Bethel College + Missouri Wesleyan Friends University + St. Mary's College (Kan.) + Washburn (Kan.) + McPherson College + Bethany College +

1926 - 4-4 (3-4 KIAA)

22-Oct

Bethel College + Baker + Friends + Washburn (Kan.) + Fort Hays State + Hastings College (Neb.) Bethany College + St. Mary's College (Kan.) +

19-0 14-6 7-0 0-0 0-6 23-3 3-21

33-0 0-15 7-13 10-0 9-14 17-14 0-17 13-0

1927 - 7-0-1 (6-0-1 KIAA) Unbeaten and Unscored upon season 22-Oct

Baker + Grand Island Teacher's College Washburn (Kan.) + Bethel +

0-0 51-0 13-0 52-0

17-0 35-0 35-0 20-0

1928 - 5-2-1 (5-1-1 KIAA) 19-Oct

Bethel College + Ottawa University + Sterling College + St. Mary's College (Kan.) + Xavier (Ohio) McPherson College + Bethany + Baker +

45-0 13-0 26-6 14-6 0-19 21-6 0-13 0-0

1929 - 6-0-2 (4-0-1 KCAC) KCAC Champions

15-Nov

McPherson * Hastings (Neb.) St. Mary's College (Kan.) * Missouri Valley Drury (Mo.) Bethany College * at Ottawa University * Baker *

14-0 20-6 0-0 7-7 39-0 12-0 26-19 46-13

1930 - 4-3-2 (2-2-1 KCAC) 10-Oct 17-Oct 24-Oct 31-Oct 7-Nov 14-Nov 27-Nov

Oklahoma Baptist McPherson College * Baker * Missouri State St. Mary's College (Kan.) * Bethany College * Fort Hays State Bethel College Ottawa University *

0-16 45-0 0-19 14-7 7-33 7-7 0-0 40-0 47-0

1931 - 6-0-2 (2-0-2) KCAC Champions

23-Oct

Doane (Neb.) McPherson College * Bethel College at Ottawa University * Bethany College * Phillips University (Okla.) Rockhurst (Mo.) Baker *

20-6 47-0 51-0 25-6 0-0 6-0 14-12 0-0

1932 - 5-3 (3-1 KCAC)

21-Oct

Phillips University (Okla.) Kansas State McPherson College * Ottawa University * Bethany College * Emporia State Baker *

6-0 6-52 19-0 0-13 33-0 10-25 18-7

1933 - 5-4 (2-2 KCAC)

20-Oct

Hastings Bethany * McPherson * at Ottawa * Nebraska Wesleyan Emporia State College of Emporia Baker * Fort Hays State

3-0 27-6 0-6 0-21 13-0 13-22 6-14 26-0 21-0

1934 - 5-4 (4-1 KCAC) KCAC Co-Champions Sterling Hastings

37-0 7-20

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Bethany * McPherson * Ottawa * Baker * Emporia State College of Emporia * Fort Hays State

1935 - 4-3-1 (4-0-1 KCAC) KCAC Champions

18-Oct

Nebraska-Kearney Hastings Bethany * at Ottawa * Emporia State College of Emporia * Baker * McPherson *

13-6 6-7 10-0 7-0 14-21 34-0 0-41

18-Oct

1941 - 4-3 (4-2 KCAC) 26-Sep

10-13 7-12 21-7 21-6 0-27 9-7 13-0 0-0

18-Oct

16-Oct

Sterling Central Missouri Bethany * Ottawa * Wayne State (Neb.) College of Emporia * Hardin-Simmons (Texas) Baker * McPherson *

1937 - 5-3-1 (3-2 KCAC)

22-Oct

Sterling Central Missouri Haskell Bethany * Ottawa * College of Emporia * Morningside (Iowa) 0-0 Baker * McPherson *

24-0 29-7 7-2 38-0 27-7 13-0 0-26 24-7 0-0

20-0 0-14 20-0 0-7 9-0 6-0

1938 - 2-6-1 (1-4 KCAC)

21-Oct

Sterling Central Missouri Morningside Bethany * at Ottawa * College of Emporia * Rockhurst (Mo.) Baker * McPherson *

1939 - 2-3-4 (2-2-2 KCAC)

18-Oct

Sterling Central Missouri Bethel * Bethany * Ottawa * College of Emporia * Rockhurst Baker * McPherson *

1940 - 6-1-2 (5-0-1 KCAC) KCAC Champions Sterling Benedictine Bethel *

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7-0 0-40 0-19 0-14 6-12 12-20 0-0 10-0 7-12

0-0 0-14 14-13 6-7 0-0 9-0 6-6 7-7 13-14

14-0 0-20 13-0

Kansas State Washburn Bethel * Bethany * at Ottawa * College of Emporia * Fort Wright (Wash.) Baker * McPherson * Fort Hays State CRTC Fort Riley

13-0 6-6 20-0 13-13 15-7 37-0

0-20 6-0 26-19 6-7 28-6 0-7 27-0

6-37 6-0 6-0 0-0 0-0 21-0 0-47 10-14 14-0 9-0 6-39

COACH VIRGIL BAER 12-12-3 Career Record (3 Seasons) 1946 - 3-4-2 (2-3-1 KCAC)

11-Oct

19-6 0-3

COACH GENE JOHNSON 19-17-9 Career Record (5 Seasons)

Washburn Bethel * Bethany * Ottawa * College of Emporia * Baker * McPherson *

1942 - 5-4-2 (3-1-2 KCAC) 25-Sep

1936 - 7-1-1 (4-0-1 KCAC) KCAC Champions

Bethany * at Ottawa * College of Emporia * Rockhurst Baker * McPherson *

Fort Hays State Morningside Bethany * Ottawa * McPherson * Hamline (Minn.) College of Emporia * Baker * Bethel *

1947 - 4-4-1 (3-2-1 KCAC)

10-Oct

Fort Hays State Morningside Bethany * at Ottawa * McPherson * College of Emporia * Hamline (Minn.) Baker * Bethel *

1948 - 5-4 (3-3 KCAC)

9-Oct

Fort Hays State Smoky Hill Air Force Base Bethany * Ottawa * McPherson * College of Emporia * Baker * Rockhurst 19-0 Bethel *

0-14 9-7 13-14 0-0 0-28 0-0 26-6 0-3 6-0

13-28 7-17 0-6 0-24 26-0 13-6 13-6 13-13 12-0

0-21 35-0 0-19 0-6 45-2 2-0 6-18 13-7

COACH WALLY FORSBERG 11-16-1 Career Record (3 Seasons) 1949 - 3-6 (3-3 KCAC) Fort Hays State Colorado College Bethany *

0-34 7-34 0-26

7-Oct

at Ottawa * McPherson * Rockhurst College of Emporia * Baker * Bethel *

1950 - 3-6-1 (3-2-1 KCAC)

14-Oct

Southwestern (Kan.) Bethany * Benedictine Ottawa * McPherson * College of Emporia * Baker * Bethel * Fort Hays State Nebraska Wesleyan

1951 - 5-4 (3-3 KCAC)

14-Sep 21-Sep 28-Sep 12-Oct 20-Oct 27-Oct 3-Nov 10-Nov 17-Nov

Nebraska Wesleyan at Southwestern Bethany * at Ottawa * McPherson * at College of Emporia * Baker * Bethel * Fort Hays State

7-12 54-7 20-29 7-6 6-15 44-6

13-27 14-14 14-19 0-16 20-19 40-13 20-46 53-0 13-26 7-16

32-13 14-7 14-6 0-38 14-19 14-27 14-13 27-19 7-13

COACH GENE BISSELL 1952-61, 1963-78 116-119-7 Career Record (26 Seasons) 1952 - 5-4 (2-4 KCAC)

11-Oct

Southwestern Bethany * Friends Ottawa * McPherson * College of Emporia * Baker * Bethel * Fort Hays State

1953 - 3-5-1 (3-3-1 KCAC)

10-Oct

Southwestern Bethany * Friends * at Ottawa * McPherson * College of Emporia * Baker * Bethel * Fort Hays State

1954 - 5-3-1 (4-2-1 KCAC)

9-Oct

New Mexico Highlands Bethany * Friends * Ottawa * McPherson * College of Emporia * Baker * Bethel * Nebraska Wesleyan

1955 - 6-3 (5-2 KCAC)

New Mexico Highlands Bethel * Bethany * Friends *

15-Oct

1956 - 8-1 (7-0 KCAC) KCAC Champions

13-Oct

12-Oct

7-38 21-0 20-14 6-13 44-25 19-20 25-21 27-27 20-18

Nebraska Wesleyan Bethany * Friends * Ottawa * McPherson * College of Emporia * Baker * Bethel * Southwestern

1959 - 3-5-1 (3-3-1 KCAC)

Nebraska Wesleyan Bethany * Friends * at Ottawa * McPherson * College of Emporia * Baker * Bethel * Southwestern

1960 - 4-4-1 (4-4-1 KCAC)

15-Oct

Southwestern * McPherson * Bethany * Baker * Ottawa * Bethel * Sterling * College of Emporia * Friends *

1961 - 5-4 (5-4 KCAC)

14-Oct 6-33 26-7 32-6 33-7

Nebraska Wesleyan Bethany * Friends * at Ottawa * McPherson * College of Emporia * Baker * Bethel * Southwestern

1958 - 4-4-1 (3-4 KCAC)

10-Oct 14-32 0-13 33-20 32-18 6-61 7-41 28-18 13-13 0-39

Nebraska Wesleyan Bethany * Friends * Ottawa * McPherson * College of Emporia * Baker * Bethel * Southwestern

1957 - 8-1 (6-1 KCAC) KCAC Champions

11-Oct 21-19 14-19 13-7 13-34 14-38 6-26 20-19 27-6 34-20

at Ottawa * McPherson * College of Emporia * Baker * Nebraska Wesleyan

Southwestern * McPherson * Bethany * Baker * at Ottawa * Bethel * Sterling * College of Emporia * Friends *

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13-7 12-32 0-39 28-27 28-26

20-6 39-7 63-6 53-0 41-20 21-7 41-7 26-21 21-32

19-0 26-7 40-7 14-7 33-14 20-14 28-20 7-12 27-7

20-15 0-13 27-0 14-7 0-19 27-21 7-20 14-39 6-6

0-12 7-7 27-7 6-20 7-6 20-54 14-40 14-12 13-21

7-28 13-13 20-19 14-27 20-39 6-33 43-13 34-28 50-20

0-14 F 2-0 (6-33) 27-14 6-21 13-38 32-13 33-7 6-25 16-0


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1968 - 7-2 (7-2 KCAC)

COACH DAFFIN BACKSTROM 1-7-1 Career Record (1 Season) 1962 - 1-7-1 (1-7-1 KCAC)

20-Oct

Friends * Southwestern * McPherson * Bethany * Baker * Ottawa * Bethel * Sterling * College of Emporia *

0-0 0-26 12-13 14-0 6-59 12-13 6-13 21-25 13-62

19-Oct

1969 - 8-2 (5-0 KCAC NORTH) KCAC Champions

COACH GENE BISSELL 1952-61, 1963-78 116-119-7 Career Record (26 Seasons) 1963 - 3-6 (3-6 KCAC)

19-Oct

Friends * Southwestern * McPherson * Bethany * Baker * at Ottawa * Bethel * Sterling * College of Emporia *

1964 - 3-6 (3-6 KCAC)

17-Oct

Southwestern * McPherson * Bethany * Baker * Ottawa * Bethel * Sterling * College of Emporia * Friends *

1965 - 3-6 (3-6 KCAC)

16-Oct

Southwestern * McPherson * Bethany * Baker * at Ottawa * Bethel * Sterling * College of Emporia * Friends *

1966 - 2-7 (2-7 KCAC)

15-Oct

Southwestern * McPherson * Bethany * Baker * Ottawa * Bethel * Sterling * College of Emporia * Friends *

1967 - 6-3 (6-3 KCAC)

14-Oct

Southwestern * McPherson * Bethany * Baker * at Ottawa * Bethel * Sterling * College of Emporia * Friends *

27-7 0-66 0-24 7-23 7-57 0-28 18-7 33-28 7-49

0-6 12-18 0-19 13-20 0-34 19-7 28-26 14-27 21-7

0-6 28-13 13-27 0-27 6-27 31-0 13-28 15-20 33-23

12-42 7-24 13-41 7-13 0-40 46-0 46-14 13-19 0-14

13-30 20-14 34-14 7-13 6-29 41-7 19-6 25-20 12-7

Southwestern * McPherson * Bethany * Baker * Ottawa * Bethel * Sterling * College of Emporia * Friends *

8-Nov

Central Methodist Sterling St. Mary of the Plains College of Emporia Tabor N McPherson N Baker N Ottawa N Bethany N Sterling C

1970 - 7-2 (3-2 KCAC NORTH)

7-Nov

Central Methodist Sterling St. Mary of the Plains College of Emporia Tabor N McPherson N Baker N at Ottawa N Bethany N

1971 - 8-1 (8-0 KCAC) KCAC Champions

Friends * Bethel * Tabor * Sterling * McPherson * St. Mary of the Plains * Bethany * Colorado College Southwestern *

1972 - 3-5-1 (3-4-1 KCAC)

Friends * Bethel * Tabor * Sterling * McPherson * St. Mary of the Plains * Bethany * Colorado College Southwestern *

1973 - 2-8 (1-7 KCAC) 8-Sep 15-Sep 22-Sep 29-Sep 6-Oct 13-Oct 20-Oct 27-Oct 3-Nov 10-Nov

Baker Friends * at Bethel * Tabor * at Sterling * McPherson * at St. Mary of the Plains * Bethany * at Colorado College at Southwestern *

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1974 - 2-8 (2-6 KCAC)

14-9 60-6 40-7 40-13 23-14 42-7 13-14 34-13 13-21

14-Sep 21-Sep 28-Sep 5-Oct 12-Oct 19-Oct 26-Oct 2-Nov 9-Nov 16-Nov

6-21 18-13 8-17 14-13 49-6 54-14 33-7 7-6 39-13 34-21

13-Sep 20-Sep 27-Sep 4-Oct 11-Oct 18-Oct 25-Oct 1-Nov 8-Nov 15-Nov

at Baker at Friends * Bethel * at Tabor * Sterling * at McPherson * St. Mary of the Plains * at Bethany * Colorado College Southwestern *

1975 - 5-5 (5-3 KCAC)

Baker Friends * Bethel * Tabor * Sterling * McPherson * St. Mary of the Plains * Bethany * Colorado College Southwestern *

1976 - 3-7 (2-6 KCAC)

Baker Friends * Bethel * Tabor * Sterling * McPherson * St. Mary of the Plains * Bethany * Colorado College Southwestern *

21-19 10-7 34-0 25-21 40-13 55-7 7-14 6-33 15-14

1977 - 2-7-1 (2-5-1 KCAC) 20-7 27-0 28-6 14-3 35-14 29-21 6-3 8-31 21-7

19-26 20-6 20-13 7-7 20-14 19-34 0-20 7-52 0-6

13-7 0-24 0-3 0-3 7-20 26-6 7-48 3-37 13-30 21-31

10-Sep 17-Sep 24-Sep 1-Oct 8-Oct 15-Oct 22-Oct 29-Oct 5-Nov 12-Nov

Baker Friends * Bethel * Tabor * Sterling * McPherson * St. Mary of the Plains * Bethany * Colorado College Southwestern *

1978 - 1-9 (1-7 KCAC)

9-Sep 16-Sep 23-Sep 30-Sep 7-Oct 14-Oct 21-Oct 28-Oct 4-Nov 11-Nov

at Baker at Friends * Bethel * at Tabor * Sterling * at McPherson * St. Mary of the Plains * at Bethany * at Colorado College Southwestern *

7-25 19-42 10-17 22-24 13-11 20-24 6-22 0-21 7-16 34-21

20-24 32-41 F 2-0 28-8 14-33 20-0 23-26 21-6 3-42 27-23

13-12 0-20 14-24 41-6 13-24 7-35 44-20 0-25 35-50 15-29

6-52 13-21 9-53 20-3 6-0 21-7 7-7 0-20 17-35 9-17

3-50 0-21 21-7 7-9 26-33 0-27 14-17 0-41 14-51 7-20

COACH RON DuPREE 1979-80, 1996 11-18 Career Record (3 Seasons) 1979 - 2-7 (2-6 KCAC)

Tabor * Sterling * Bethel * Friends * Bethany * McPherson * Southwestern * Colorado College St. Mary of the Plains *

7-14 7-21 8-10 34-35 7-41 10-35 9-7 24-10 6-34

1980 - 6-4 (6-2 KCAC)

Tabor * Sterling * Bethel * Friends * Baker Bethany * McPherson * Southwestern * Peru State St. Mary of the Plains *

43-29 14-13 28-34 27-3 0-47 20-12 24-22 24-6 25-69 40-47

COACH JON BINGESSER 13-26-1 Career Record (4 Seasons) 1981 - 2-7-1 (2-5-1 KCAC) 12-Sep 19-Sep 26-Sep 3-Oct 10-Oct 17-Oct 24-Oct 31-Oct 7-Nov 14-Nov

at Baker Bethel * Southwestern * at St. Mary of the Plains * at McPherson * Tabor * at Sterling * Friends * Peru State at Bethany *

16-47 13-0 42-42 12-21 34-27 21-31 12-53 15-42 0-66 6-34

1982 - 8-2 (8-1 KCAC) KCAC Champions

11-Sep 18-Sep 25-Sep 2-Oct 9-Oct 16-Oct 23-Oct 30-Oct 6-Nov 13-Nov

Baker at Bethel * at Southwestern * St. Mary of the Plains * McPherson * at Tabor * Sterling * at Friends * at Ottawa * Bethany *

0-29 13-10 0-14 39-6 14-13 17-8 40-12 18-3 40-30 35-34

1983 - 3-7 (3-6 KCAC)

10-Sep 17-Sep 24-Sep 1-Oct 8-Oct 15-Oct 22-Oct 29-Oct 5-Nov 12-Nov

at Baker St. Mary of the Plains * Bethany * McPherson * Southwestern * at Friends * at Tabor * Sterling * Ottawa * at Bethel *

0-19 12-26 7-23 14-13 0-28 3-17 7-10 23-21 20-0 0-28

1984 - 0-10 (0-9 KCAC)

8-Sep 15-Sep 22-Sep 29-Sep 6-Oct 13-Oct 20-Oct 27-Oct 3-Nov 10-Nov

Baker St. Mary of the Plains * Bethany * McPherson * Southwestern * Friends * Tabor * Sterling * at Ottawa * Bethel *

6-30 23-24 0-21 6-20 7-49 6-24 23-31 7-30 0-52 19-47

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COACH JACK WELCH 8-12 Career Record (2 Seasons) 1985 - 2-8 (2-7 KCAC) 14-Sep 21-Sep 28-Sep 5-Oct 12-Oct 19-Oct 26-Oct 2-Nov 9-Nov 16-Nov

at Baker Sterling * St. Mary of the Plains * at Bethany * at Bethel * Southwestern * at Friends * McPherson * Ottawa * at Tabor *

1986 - 6-4 (6-3 KCAC)

8-Nov

McMurry (Texas) Sterling * St. Mary of the Plains * Bethany * Bethel * Southwestern * Friends * McPherson * at Ottawa * Tabor *

14-40 0-29 23-35 7-24 15-42 3-30 21-8 45-14 12-38 10-13

15-17 26-20 20-43 27-21 9-14 7-22 23-8 45-8 16-13 62-7

COACH BRAD JENKINS 35-54 Career Record (9 Seasons) 1987 - 7-3 (7-2 KCAC) 12-Sep 19-Sep 26-Sep 3-Oct 10-Oct 17-Oct 24-Oct 31-Oct 7-Nov 14-Nov

at McMurry (Texas) Friends * at Bethel * Tabor * at Sterling * McPherson * at St. Mary of the Plains * Bethany * Ottawa * at Southwestern *

1988 - 5-4 (5-4 KCAC) 10-Sep 17-Sep 24-Sep 1-Oct 15-Oct 22-Oct 29-Oct 5-Nov 12-Nov

at Southwestern * Sterling * Bethel * at Bethany * at McPherson * St. Mary of the Plains * at Friends * at Tabor * Ottawa *

1989 - 6-4 (5-4 KCAC) 9-Sep 16-Sep 23-Sep 30-Sep 7-Oct 14-Oct 21-Oct 28-Oct 4-Nov 11-Nov

Southwestern * at Sterling * at Bethel * Bethany * Concordia (Minn.) McPherson * at St. Mary of the Plains * Friends * Tabor * at Ottawa *

1990 - 6-4 (5-4 KCAC) 8-Sep 15-Sep 22-Sep 29-Sep 6-Oct 13-Oct

at Concordia (Neb.) at Friends * Southwestern * at Tabor * McPherson * St. Mary of the Plains *

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7-28 21-12 14-11 41-21 26-14 60-8 10-0 15-49 24-3 11-17

at Ottawa * at Sterling * Bethel * Bethany *

Concordia (Neb.) Friends * at Southwestern * Tabor * at McPherson * at St. Mary of the Plains * Ottawa * Sterling * at Bethel * at Bethany *

1992 - 3-7 (3-6 KCAC) 12-Sep 19-Sep 26-Sep 3-Oct 10-Oct 17-Oct 24-Oct 31-Oct 7-Nov 14-Nov

Nebraska Wesleyan at Sterling * Bethel * at Bethany * Ottawa * at McPherson * Tabor * at Friends * at Panhandle State (Okla.) Southwestern *

1993 - 4-6 (3-5 KCAC) 11-Sep 18-Sep 25-Sep 2-Oct 9-Oct 16-Oct 23-Oct 30-Oct 6-Nov 13-Nov

at Nebraska Wesleyan Sterling * at Bethel * Bethany * at Ottawa * McPherson * at Tabor * Friends * Panhandle State at Southwestern *

COACH RON DuPREE 1979-80, 1996 11-18 Career Record (3 Seasons)

10-17 7-38 0-55 13-16 30-23 7-10 20-19 17-15 7-20 7-13

14-Sep 21-Sep 28-Sep 5-Oct 12-Oct 19-Oct 26-Oct 2-Nov 9-Nov 16-Nov

1996 - 3-7 (3-5 KCAC)

1991 - 3-7 (3-6 KCAC) 7-Sep 21-Sep 28-Sep 5-Oct 12-Oct 19-Oct 26-Oct 2-Nov 9-Nov 16-Nov

13-36 27-14 10-0 21-28

3-49 24-18 30-6 17-24 0-24 30-32 36-14 3-29 28-33 20-51

14-45 14-38 16-13 24-31 30-49 29-22 25-27 23-17 33-22 20-28

1994 - 0-10 (0-8 KCAC) KWU finished 7-3 overall and 6-2 in KCAC play but had to forfeit seven wins due to an 11-42 ineligible player. 31-6

31-14 6-28 34-35 10-17 62-15 34-0 35-22

0-20 13-3 17-3 3-15 46-21 17-20 0-28 20-0 49-6 29-21

21-0 7-17 14-0 37-14 54-7 3-9

10-Sep 17-Sep 24-Sep 1-Oct 8-Oct 15-Oct 22-Oct 29-Oct 5-Nov 12-Nov

Culver-Stockton (Mo.) Bethel * at Bethany * at Colorado College * Friends * at Ottawa * at Southwestern * at McPherson* Sterling * Tabor *

0-2 F (16-12) 0-2 F (33-7) 13-19 7-19 7-24 0-2 F (21-18) 0-2 F (25-20) 0-2 F (56-7) 0-2 F (38-7) 0-2 F (32-20)

Doane (Neb.) at Friends * at Southwestern * Tabor * at Sterling * at Colorado College Ottawa * at McPherson * Bethel * Bethany *

7-47 14-21 9-30 36-12 25-8 22-36 15-10 14-39 6-27 6-22

COACH DAVE DALLAS 1997 - PRESENT 84-67 Career Record (15 Seasons) 1997 - 0-9 (0-8 KCAC) KWU finished 2-7 overall and 2-6 in KCAC play but had to forfeit two wins due to an ineligible player.

25-Oct

at Doane (Neb.) Friends * Southwestern * Tabor * Sterling * at Ottawa * McPherson * Bethel * Bethany *

0-38 6-12 13-44 0-2 F (15-12) 0-2 F (36-20) 8-50 12-27 7-43 0-42

1998 - 6-3 (5-3 KCAC)

12-Sep 19-Sep 26-Sep 3-Oct 17-Oct 24-Oct 31-Oct 7-Nov 14-Nov

Graceland (Iowa) Southwestern * at Sterling * at Tabor * Ottawa * McPherson * Bethel * at Bethany * at Friends *

1999 - 2-7 (2-6 KCAC)

11-Sep 18-Sep 25-Sep 2-Oct 9-Oct 23-Oct 30-Oct 6-Nov 13-Nov

at Graceland (Iowa) at Southwestern * Sterling * Tabor * at Ottawa * at McPherson * at Bethel * Bethany * Friends *

14-27 7-13 30-13 72-0 7-48 7-21 10-37 20-42 7-26

Bethelv* University of Saint Mary * Ottawa * McPherson * Tabor * Bethany * Friends * Southwestern * Bethany

35-20 35-12 7-9 41-18 23-24 42-6 37-24 6-7 29-18 17-14 0-20 A

1995 - 1-9 (1-7 KCAC) KWU finished 8-2 overall and 6-2 in KCAC 2000 - 7-4 (6-3 KCAC) play but had to forfeit seven wins due to an 9-Sep Graceland (Iowa) ineligible player. 16-Sep Sterlingv* 9-Sep at Culver-Stockton (Mo.) 16-Sep at Bethel * 23-Sep Bethany * 30-Sep Colorado College 7-Oct at Friends* 14-Oct at Ottawa * 21-Oct Southwestern * 28-Oct McPherson * 4-Nov at Sterling * 11-Nov at Tabor *

0-2 F (23-20) 0-2 F (28-0) 20-41 0-2 F (41-3) 0-2 F (55-32) 0-2 F (22-24) 13-35 0-2 F (62-35) 0-2 F (36-0) 33-28

23-Sep 30-Sep 7-Oct 14-Oct 21-Oct 28-Oct 4-Nov 11-Nov 2-Dec

32-12 0-28 7-14 45-6 21-14 27-21 2-0 F (7-10) 0-23 32-17

2001 - 8-3 (8-1 KCAC) KCAC Champions

8-Sep 15-Sep 22-Sep 29-Sep 6-Oct 13-Oct 20-Oct 27-Oct 3-Nov 10-Nov 17-Nov

at Benedictine Sterling * at Bethel * University of Saint Mary * at Ottawa * at McPherson * at Tabor * Bethany * Friends * Southwestern * at Evangel

2002 - 8-3 (8-1 KCAC) KCAC Champions

14-Sep 21-Sep 28-Sep 5-Oct 12-Oct 19-Oct 26-Oct 2-Nov 9-Nov 16-Nov 23-Nov

at Saint Ambrose Southwestern * Sterling * at Tabor * Friends * at Ottawa * McPherson * Bethel * at Bethany * at University of Saint Mary * at University of Sioux Falls

2003 - 4-6 (4-5 KCAC)

13-Sep 20-Sep 27-Sep 4-Oct 11-Oct 18-Oct 25-Oct 1-Nov 8-Nov 15-Nov

Adams State (Colo.) at Southwestern * at Sterling * Tabor * at Friends * Ottawa * at McPherson * at Bethel * Bethany * University of Saint Mary *

14-30 42-13 20-13 39-21 27-30 44-0 41-27 29-26 26-19 33-14 0-48 P

7-45 15-7 31-6 6-25 36-0 21-0 28-19 42-0 21-13 34-31 7-45 P

14-31 36-14 13-7 28-30 8-21 14-49 11-21 41-28 18-19 22-21

2004 - 5-5 (5-4 KCAC)

11-Sep 18-Sep 25-Feb 2-Oct 9-Oct 16-Oct 23-Oct 30-Oct 6-Nov 13-Nov

Bacone (Okla.) 21-40 at University of Saint Mary * 34-21 Southwestern * 24-34 Tabor * 6-21 at Sterling * 19-34 at Friends * 17-7 Ottawa * 26-27 at McPherson * 20-7 Bethel * 35-21 at Bethany * 2-0 F (7-30)

2005 - 8-2 (7-2 KCAC)

10-Sep 17-Sep 24-Sep 1-Oct 8-Oct 15-Oct 22-Oct 29-Oct 5-Nov 12-Nov

Tabor * Friends * at University of Saint Mary * Ottawa * at Southwestern * at SW Assemblies (Texas) at McPherson * Bethel * Sterling * at Bethany *

2006 - 8-2 (7-2 KCAC)

9-Sep 16-Sep 23-Sep 30-Sep 7-Oct 14-Oct 21-Oct

at Tabor * at Friends * University of Saint Mary * at Ottawa * Southwestern * SW Assemblies (Texas) McPherson *

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13-32 24-21 10-7 32-14 35-17 33-14 20-17 21-17 10-18 28-25

21-17 20-18 3-0 42-19 38-6 42-7 40-7


KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY SEASON BY SEASON RESULTS 28-Oct 4-Nov 11-Nov

at Bethel * at Sterling * Bethany *

2007 - 5-5 (4-5 KCAC) 8-Sep 15-Sep 22-Sep 29-Sep 6-Oct 13-Oct 20-Oct 27-Oct 3-Nov 10-Nov

Bethel * at McPherson * SW Assemblies (Texas) Southwestern * at Ottawa * at Friends * University of Saint Mary * at Sterling * at Bethany * Tabor *

2008 - 6-4 (5-4 KCAC) 13-Sep 20-Sep 27-Sep 4-Oct 11-Oct 18-Oct 25-Oct 1-Nov 8-Nov 15-Nov

at Bethel * McPherson * at SW Assemblies (Texas) at Southwestern * Ottawa * Friends * at University of Saint Mary * Sterling * Bethany * at Tabor *

2009 - 5-5 (4-5 KCAC) 12-Sep 19-Sep 26-Sep 3-Oct 10-Oct 17-Oct 24-Oct 31-Oct 7-Nov 14-Nov

Tabor * at University of Saint Mary * at Bethel * Bethany * at Haskell McPherson * at Sterling * at Ottawa * Friends * Southwestern *

2010 - 7-3 (6-3 KCAC) 11-Sep 18-Sep 25-Sep 2-Oct 9-Oct 16-Oct 23-Oct 30-Oct 6-Nov 13-Nov

at Tabor * University of Saint Mary * Bethel * at Bethany * Haskell at McPherson * Sterling * Ottawa * at Friends * at Southwestern *

2011 - 5-6 (5-4 KCAC) 3-Sep 10-Sep 17-Sep 24-Sep 1-Oct 8-Oct 15-Oct 22-Oct 29-Oct 5-Nov 12-Nov

at Southern Nazarene (Okla.) at Ottawa * Sterling * Bethany * at Friends * Tabor * at Lindenwood (Mo.) at Bethel * Southwestern * at McPherson * Saint Mary *

3-10 28-34 31-16

8-13 31-26 30-28 44-14 14-34 10-20 27-12 15-37 13-27 38-7

6-17 38-10 52-13 40-0 7-14 30-42 28-26 19-26 38-7 63-34

35-19 10-7 19-14 21-27 14-12 38-52 18-28 10-42 10-22 33-0

23-20 59-17 45-0 66-49 59-7 42-56 21-22 45-49 36-33 72-48

23-52 19-44 24-21 0-25 26-63 34-15 16-61 68-7 45-35 38-37 16-21

+ KIAA Game * KCAC Game F = Game was forfeited N = KCAC North Division Game (1969 - 70) C = KCAC Championship Game A = American Family Insurance Charity Bowl P = NAIA Football Championship Series Game

ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS

COACHING RECORDS (SORTED BY WIN PERCENTAGE) 1 A.B. Cowden * 2 Alexander B. Mackie 3 C.L. Williams 4 Dave Dallas 5 W.F. Ragle 6 Gene Johnson 7 Virgil Baer 8 Gene Bissell 9 Wally Forsberg 10 Jack Welch 11 Brad Jenkins 12 Ron Dupree 13 Jon Bingesser 14 George Edwards 15 Larry Quigley 16 Daffin Backstrom 17 George Williams 18 George Miller * A.B. Cowden was a player / coach

6-4-0 (.600) 78-52-13 (.600) 8-6-0 (.571) 84-67-0 (.556) 5-4-0 (.556) 19-17-9 (.528) 12-12-3 (.500) 116-118-7 (.496) 11-16-1 (.407) 8-12-0 (.400) 35-54-0 (.393) 11-18-0 (.379) 13-26-1 (.333) 4-11-0 (.267) 3-10-3 (.231) 1-7-1 (.125) 0-8-0 (.000) 0-3-1 (.000)

COACHING RECORDS (SORTED BY TOTAL WINS) 1 2 3 4 5 6 6 8 8 10 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

Gene Bissell Dave Dallas Alexander B. Mackie Brad Jenkins Gene Johnson Jon Bingesser Virgil Baer Wally Forsberg Ron Dupree C.L. Williams Jack Welch A.B. Cowden * W.F. Ragle George Edwards Larry Quigley Daffin Backstrom George Williams George Miller

116-118-7 (.496) 84-67-0 (.556) 78-52-13 (.600) 35-54-0 (.393) 19-17-9 (.528) 13-26-1 (.333) 12-12-3 (.500) 11-16-1 (.407) 11-18-0 (.379) 8-6-0 (.571) 8-12-0 (.400) 6-4-0 (.600) 5-4-0 (.556) 4-11-0 (.267) 3-10-3 (.231) 1-7-1 (.125) 0-8-0 (.000) 0-3-1 (.000)

ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS 2 yrs 17 yrs 2 yrs 15 yrs 1 yrs 5 yrs 3 yrs 26 yrs 3 yrs 2 yrs 9 yrs 3 yrs 4 yrs 2 yrs 2 yrs 1 yrs 1 yrs 2 yrs

(1903, 1905) (1921-37) (1908-09) (1997-Present) (1915) (1938-42) (1946-48) (1952-61, 63-78) (1949-51) (1985-86) (1987-95) (1979,80,96) (1981-84) (1914, 1917) (1919-20) (1962) (1916) (1906-07)

26 yrs 15 yrs 17 yrs 9 yrs 5 yrs 4 yrs 3 yrs 3 yrs 3 yrs 2 yrs 2 yrs 2 yrs 1 yrs 2 yrs 2 yrs 1 yrs 1 yrs 2 yrs

(1952-61, 63-78) (1997-Present) (1921-37) (1987-95) (1938-42) (1981-84) (1946-48) (1949-51) (1979,80,96) (1908-09) (1985-86) (1903, 1905) (1915) (1914, 1917) (1919-20) (1962) (1916) (1906-07)

ALL-TIME FOOTBALL TOP TENS SINGLE GAME TOTAL OFFENSE

##........... Yards...........Name ................................Opponent..........................................................Date 1...............627 ............Doug Webster ....................Ottawa University ......................................10/30/10 2...............581 ............Doug Webster ....................Southwestern College ................................11/13/10 3...............483 ............Doug Webster ....................McPherson College.....................................10/16/10 4...............411 ............Doug Webster ....................Bethany College .........................................10/02/10 5...............405 ............Doug Webster ....................Friends University ......................................11/06/10 6...............394 ............Bill Evans ................................................................................................... 1981 7...............392 ............Doug Webster ....................McPherson College.....................................10/17/09 8...............348 ............Doug Webster ....................Haskell Indian Nations...............................10/09/10 9...............338 ............Ty Lohman .................................................................................................. 1993 10.............331 ............Doug Webster ....................University of St Mary ..................................09/18/10 10.............331 ............Johnny Johnson .......................................................................................... 1986

SEASON TOTAL OFFENSE

##.....................Name ..............................................................Yards .............................................Year 1.......................Doug Webster ..................................................3752.............................................. 2010 2.......................Dale Dvorak ....................................................2067.............................................. 1992 3.......................Ty Lohman.......................................................2066.............................................. 1993 4.......................Trey Dallas .................................................... 2023 .............................................. 2011 5.......................Doug Webster ..................................................1953.............................................. 2009 6.......................Drew Dallas ....................................................1887.............................................. 2008 7.......................Johnny Johnson ...............................................1789.............................................. 1986 8.......................Charles Jessamy .............................................1679.............................................. 1971 9.......................Matt Leonard ..................................................1669.............................................. 2001 10.....................Darell Grames .................................................1628.............................................. 2005

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21st Army Group / Fort Riley ..................... 0-1-0 Abilene High School.................................. 2-0-0 Adams State College (Colo.) ..................... 0-1-0 Bacone (Okla.).......................................... 0-1-0 Baker (Kan.) ......................................... 21-34-5 Benedictine College (Kan.) ....................... 1-3-0 Bethany (Kan.) ..................................... 39-55-5 Bethel (Kan.)........................................ 50-24-2 Camp Funston / Fort Riley ........................ 0-1-0 Central Methodist (Mo.) ........................... 1-1-0 Central Missouri ....................................... 1-3-0 Chapman High School .............................. 1-0-0 Chillicothe Bible College .......................... 1-0-0 College of Emporia ............................... 22-18-0 Colorado College .................................... 1-12-0 Concordia (Minn.)..................................... 1-0-0 Concordia (Neb.) ...................................... 2-1-0 CRTC Fort Riley......................................... 0-1-0 Culver-Stockton (Mo.) .............................. 0-2-0 Cumberland (Tenn.) ................................. 0-0-0 Doane (Neb.) ............................................ 1-2-0 Drury (Mo.) ............................................... 1-0-0 Emporia State (Kan.) ................................ 0-4-0 Evangel (Mo.) ........................................... 0-1-0 Fort Hays State (Kan.) ............................ 7-17-2 Fort Wright (Wash.) .................................. 0-1-0 Friends (Kan.) ...................................... 33-35-1 Graceland (Iowa) ...................................... 2-1-0 Grand Island Teachers (Neb.) ................... 1-0-0 Hamline (Minn.) ....................................... 1-0-1 Hardin-Simmons (Texas) .......................... 0-1-0 Haskell (Kan.)........................................... 5-5-0 Hastings (Neb.) ........................................ 3-2-0 Kansas State ............................................ 0-7-0 Kansas University of Commerce ............... 1-0-0 Lindenwood (Mo.) ..................................... 0-1-0 McMurry (Texas) ....................................... 0-2-0 McPherson (Kan.) ................................ 50-34-4 Missouri State .......................................... 1-0-0 Missouri Valley ......................................... 0-0-1 Missouri Wesleyan .................................... 1-0-0 Morningside (Iowa)................................... 1-2-1 Nebraska Wesleyan .................................. 7-5-0 Nebraska-Kearney .................................... 0-1-0 New Mexico Highlands.............................. 0-2-0 Oklahoma Baptist .................................... 0-1-0 Oklahoma Panhandle State ...................... 1-1-0 Ottawa (Kan.) ....................................... 27-41-4 Peru State (Neb.) ...................................... 0-2-0 Phillips (Okla.) ......................................... 2-0-0 Rockhurst (Mo.) ........................................ 3-1-3 Saint Ambrose University (Iowa) .............. 0-1-0 Salina High School ................................... 3-0-1 Smoky Hill Air Force Base ......................... 1-0-0 Southern Nazarene (Okla.)...................... 0-1-0 Southwestern (Kan.) ............................. 21-35-2 Southwestern Assemblies (Texas) ............ 4-0-0 St. John's College Winfield (Kan.) ............. 2-0-0 St. John's Military Academy ...................... 4-0-0 St. Mary of the Plains (Kan.)................... 5-17-1 St. Mary's College (Kan.) .......................... 5-6-2 Sterling College (Kan.) ........................ 40-30-3 Tabor (Kan.) ......................................... 27-16-0 University of Saint Mary (Kan.) ............. 11-1-0 University of Sioux Falls (S.D.) ................. 0-1-0 Washburn (Kan.) ...................................... 4-2-0 Wayne State (Neb.) ................................... 1-0-0 Wichita State (Kan.) ............................... 0-11-1 Xavier (Ohio) ............................................ 0-1-0 2012 Opponents

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY ALL-TIME FOOTBALL TOP TENS CAREER TOTAL OFFENSE

SEASON PASSING YARDAGE

SINGLE GAME RUSHING YARDAGE

CAREER PASSING YARDAGE

##.............. Name.....................................Yards ...................... Year 1................ Doug Webster ........................5715 ...................... 2010 2................ Dale Dvorak ...........................5125 ...................... 1992 3................ Bill Evans ..............................4206 ...................... 1982 4................ Scott Jackson ........................3996 ...................... 1988 5................ Dee Kozlow.............................3939 ...................... 1968 6................ Ron Gilliam............................3428 ...................... 1953 7................ Drew Dallas ...........................3408 ...................... 2008 8................ Charles Jessamy ....................3290 ...................... 1971 9................ Alan Fahring ..........................3199 ...................... 1968 10.............. Darell Grames........................2956 ...................... 2006 ##.............. 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.............. Brett Giesen ..........................256 ..................11/05/11

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

##.............. 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

##...........Name ..........................................Yards .................... Year 1.............Doug Webster ..............................2938 .................... 2010 2.............Ty Lohman ...................................2066 .................... 1993 3.............Trey Dallas..................................1873..................... 2011 4.............Doug Webster ..............................1778 .................... 2009 5.............Dale Dvorak.................................1530 .................... 1992 6.............Drew Dallas.................................1473 .................... 2008 7.............Drew Dallas.................................1409 .................... 2007 8.............Dale Dvorak.................................1397 .................... 1991 9.............Ryan Canfield .............................1374 .................... 2003 10...........Matt Karleskint ...........................1370 .................... 2001 ##...........Name ..........................................Yards .................... Year 1.............Doug Webster ..............................4716 .................... 2010 2.............Dale Dvorak.................................3722 .................... 1992 3.............Billy Evans ..................................2965 .................... 1982 4.............Drew Dallas.................................2882 .................... 2008 5.............Ryan Canfield .............................2578 .................... 2003 6.............Dee Kozlow ..................................1950 .................... 1968 7.............Trey Dallas..................................1884.................. ACTIVE 8.............John Hoffman ..............................1869 .................... 1960 9.............Bob Harris ...................................1855 .................... 1954 10...........Terrance Phox ..............................1782 .................... 1985

GAME PASS COMPLETIONS

##...... No. .......Name .........................Opponent ......................Date 1......... 37 ........Doug Webster .............Ottawa ...................10/30/10 2......... 31 ........Doug Webster .............Southwestern .........11/13/10 3......... 30 ........Travis Hunter..............Sterling ..................10/23/10 4......... 27 ........Trey Dallas ................Saint Mary .............11/12/11 4......... 27 ........Trey Dallas ................McPherson ............11/05/11 4......... 27 ........Ty Lohman ....................................................... 1993 7......... 26 ........T.J. O’Neill ....................................................... 2000 8......... 24 ........Doug Webster .............Tabor ......................09/11/10 8......... 24 ........Drew Dallas................Bethany..................11/03/07 8......... 24 ........Mike Pozzi ..................Bethel ....................11/06/04

SEASON PASS COMPLETIONS

##...........Name ...............................Comp. .............................. Year 1.............Doug Webster ...................196 ................................. 2010 2.............Trey Dallas.......................156 ................................. 2011 3.............Ty Lohman ........................151 ................................. 1993 4.............Doug Webster ...................139 ................................. 2009 5.............Ryan Canfield ..................123 ................................. 2003 6.............Dale Dvorak......................117 ................................. 1992 7.............Drew Dallas......................113 ................................. 2007 8.............Mike Pozzi ........................111 ................................. 2004 9.............Drew Dallas......................109 ................................. 2008 10...........Dale Dvorak......................104 ................................. 1991

##.............. 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.............. Brett Giesen ..........................6 ............................ 2011 10.............. Duke Williams........................6 ............................ 1980 10.............. Alan Fahring ..........................6 ............................ 1967

CAREER PASS COMPLETIONS

SINGLE GAME PASSING YARDS

##...... No. .......Name .........................Opponent ......................Date 1......... 13 ........Ricky Roberts .............Sterling ..................10/23/10 1......... 13 ........Ricky Roberts .............Ottawa ...................10/30/10 3......... 11 ........Troy Alsobrook ............S’western ...............11/13/10 3......... 11 ........Mike McCory .................................................... 1972 5......... 10 ........Kevin Markwardt ............................................. 1984 6.......... 9 .........Carl Caldwell .............McPherson ............11/05/11 6.......... 9 .........Ricky Roberts .............Tabor ......................09/11/10 6.......... 9 .........Marcus Lowe ..............Sterling ..................10/27/07 6.......... 9 .........Marc Cressman ..........Evangel ..................11/17/01 6.......... 9 .........Robert Hampton .............................................. 2000

##......Yds .... Name .........................Opponent.........................Date 1........497.... Doug Webster .............Ottawa ......................10/30/10 2........366.... Doug Webster .............Southwestern ............11/13/10 3........358.... Doug Webster .............McPherson ................10/16/10 4........338.... Ty Lohman .......................................................... 1993 5........333.... Bill Evans ........................................................... 1980 6........314.... Doug Webster .............McPherson ................10/17/09 7........309.... Travis Hunter ..............Sterling .....................10/23/10 8........306.... Doug Webster .............Bethany ....................10/02/10 9........299.... Doug Webster .............Haskell......................10/09/10 10......296.... Trey Dallas .................Bethel .......................10/22/11

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##...........Name ...............................Comp. .............................. Year 1.............Doug Webster ...................335 ................................. 2010 2.............Dale Dvorak......................267 ................................. 1992 3.............Drew Dallas......................222 ................................. 2008 4.............Ryan Canfield ..................220 ................................. 2003 5.............Bill Evans.........................172 ................................. 1982 6.............Trey Dallas.......................157 .............................. ACTIVE 7.............Ty Lohman ........................151 ................................. 1993 8.............Dee Kozlow .......................140 ................................. 1968 9.............Doug Webster ...................139 ................................. 2009 10...........Ike Smicklo.......................136 ................................. 1975

SINGLE GAME RECEPTIONS

SEASON RECEPTIONS

##...........Name .........................................Rec ........................ Year 1.............Ricky Roberts .............................67.......................... 2010 2.............Kevin Markwardt ........................52.......................... 1984 3.............Marc Cressman ..........................46.......................... 2000 4.............Marc Cressman ..........................41.......................... 2001 5.............Randy Williams ..........................40.......................... 1993 5.............Steve Raney ...............................40.......................... 1975 7.............Anthony Gibson ..........................38.......................... 1994 8.............Anthony Berry .............................37.......................... 2009 8.............Robert Hampton .........................37.......................... 2000 10...........Troy Alsobrook ............................36.......................... 2010 10...........Corey Ham..................................36.......................... 2009 10...........Marcus Lowe ..............................36.......................... 2007

CAREER RECEPTIONS

##...........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 9.............Zach McClain ....................68............................... ACTIVE

SINGLE GAME RECEIVING YARDS

##...... No........ Name........................ Opponent........................Date 1........ 221 ...... Ricky Roberts............ Ottawa .....................10/30/10 2........ 196 ...... David Harris .................................................... 1982 3........ 184 ...... David Harris .................................................... 1985 4........ 175 ...... David Harris .................................................... 1982 5........ 165 ...... Ricky Roberts............ Southwestern ...........11/13/10 6........ 161 ...... R.Z. Sims ......................................................... 1962 7........ 153 ...... Ricky Roberts............ Sterling ....................10/23/10 8........ 152 ...... Gailen Keeling ................................................. 1950 9........ 144 ...... Ricky Roberts............ Haskell.....................10/09/10 10...... 133 ...... Jason Engelberg ....... Sterling ....................10/24/09

SEASON RECEIVING YARDS

##......Name ........................................... Yards........................ Year 1........Ricky Roberts ............................... 1163 ........................ 2010 2........David Harris ................................. 753 .......................... 1984 3........Kevin Markwardt .......................... 697 .......................... 1984 4........Marc Cressman ............................ 669 .......................... 2001 5........Nick Pipkin ................................... 652 .......................... 1994 6........R.Z. Sims ..................................... 633 .......................... 1963 7........Randy Williams ............................ 629 .......................... 1993 8........Robert Hampton ........................... 600 .......................... 2000 9........Corey Ham.................................... 595 .......................... 2009 10......Anthony Gibson ............................ 592 .......................... 1994

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.............Ricky Roberts .............................1163...................... 2010 7.............Nick Pipkin .................................1147...................... 1995 8.............Greg Thomas ..............................1101...................... 1981 9.............Steve Raney ...............................973........................ 1975 10...........Steve Nations .............................973........................ 1993

CAREER TD RECEPTIONS

##...........Name .........................................TD........................... Year 1.............Marcus Lowe ..............................22.......................... 2008 2.............Steve Willis ................................21.......................... 2004 3.............Ricky Roberts .............................16.......................... 2010 4.............Nick Pipkin .................................15.......................... 1995 5.............David Harris ...............................14.......................... 1963 6.............Lynn Coumpy ..............................12.......................... 1990 6.............R.Z. Sims ...................................12.......................... 1963 8.............Rod Brown..................................11.......................... 1962 9.............David Harris ...............................10.......................... 1982 10...........Anthony Gibson ..........................9............................ 1995 10...........John Brooks ................................9............................ 1982 10...........Kaye Pearce................................9............................ 1956

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY ALL-TIME FOOTBALL TOP TENS GAME INDIVIDUAL TD SCORED

##...........Name .........................................TD........................... Year 1.............Bill Evans...................................6............................ 1981 2.............Oscar Nero .................................5............................ 2003 2.............John Johnson ..............................5............................ 1986 2.............Martin Isaacson .........................5............................ 1927 4.............SEVERAL INDIVIDUALS................4............SEVERAL TIMES

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.............Ricky Roberts .............................16.......................... 2010 5.............Bill Evans...................................16.......................... 1982 5.............Bill Evans...................................16.......................... 1981 8.............Ty Lohman ..................................15.......................... 1993 8.............Dee Kozlow .................................15.......................... 1968 10...........Oscar Nero .................................14.......................... 2002 10...........Dee Kozlow .................................14.......................... 1964 10...........Bob Harris ..................................14.......................... 1954 10...........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

LONGEST RUSHING TOUCHDOWN

##...........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

LONGEST PASS PLAY FOR A TOUCHDOWN

##.......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

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ALL-TIME INDIVIDUAL HONORS ALL-TIME NAIA ALL-AMERICANS

KCAC OF THE YEARS

1956.............Larry Houdek ..........................................Second Team 1964.............Dennis Lambert ............................ Honorable Mention 1965.............Dennis Lambert ............................ Honorable Mention 1967.............Alan Fahring ................................. Honorable Mention 1969.............Mike Malone.................................. Honorable Mention 1971.............Charles Jessamy ........................... Honorable Mention 1976.............Ron West................................................Second Team 1980.............Duke Williams ........................................Second Team 1990.............Kelly Martinez ............................... Honorable Mention 1994.............Jim Ranieri................................................. First Team 1998.............Ellis Wright ................................... Honorable Mention 1998.............Jeff Kumpula................................. Honorable Mention 1999.............Ellis Wright ................................................ First Team 1999.............Jeff Kumpula................................. Honorable Mention 1999.............Alfredo Garcia ............................... Honorable Mention 2000.............Jeff Kumpula..........................................Second Team 2001.............Matt Leonard .........................................Second Team 2001.............Jeff Strohecker .............................. Honorable Mention 2002.............Clint Brown ............................................Second Team 2002.............Jeff Strohecker .............................. Honorable Mention 2003.............Drew Bailey ............................................Second Team 2005.............Darell Grames ............................... Honorable Mention 2005.............Eric Williams................................. Honorable Mention 2006.............Eric Williams........................ AFCA-NAIA All-American

2001..... Dave Dallas ............................................Coach of the Year 2001..... Matt Leonard .......................... Offensive Player of the Year 2002..... Oscar Nero .........................Co-Offensive Player of the Year 2002..... Clint Brown .............................Defensive Player of the Year 2003..... Drew Bailey ....................... Co-Defensive Player of the Year 2005..... Darell Grames ......................... Offensive Player of the Year 2006..... Eric Williams .................... Co-Defensive Player of the Year 2007..... Troy VanBlarcom ..............Special Teams Player of the Year 2010..... Doug Webster.......................... Offensive Player of the Year

ASSOCIATED PRESS LITTLE ALL-AMERICANS 1935.............Virgil Baer.................................................. First Team 1936.............Everett Morgan ............................. Honorable Mention 1937.............Everett Watson.............................. Honorable Mention 1956.............Larry Houdek ..........................................Second Team 1956.............Les Toburen................................... Honorable Mention 1968.............Alan Fahring ................................. Honorable Mention 1971.............Charles Jessamy ....................................... Third Team

ALL-TIME NAIA ALL-DISTRICT 10 1964............Dennis Lambert .............. DB ................ All-District 10 1965............Dennis Lambert .............. DB ................ All-District 10 1967............Alan Fahring ................... RB ................ All-District 10 1968............Dee Kozlow ...................... RB ................ All-District 10 1968............Jim King .......................... OL................. All-District 10 1969............Gene Bissell .....................................Coach of the Year 1969............Mike Malone .................... OL................. All-District 10 1969............Marc Randle ................... DB ................ All-District 10 1969............Bernie Bierman ............... TE ................. All-District 10 1969............Dennis Beck .................... OL................. All-District 10 1969............Ron Alleger ..................... HB ................ All-District 10 1970............John Sergi ....................... DL................. All-District 10 1970............Charles Jessamy ............. RB ................ All-District 10 1971............Charles Jessamy ............. RB ................ All-District 10 1971............John Sergi ....................... DL................. All-District 10 1971............Frank Limanni ................. OL................. All-District 10 1971............Bob Loersch .................... LB................. All-District 10 1971............Gene Bissell .....................................Coach of the Year 1972............Bob Loersch .................... LB................. All-District 10 1973............Frank Limanni ................. OL................. All-District 10 1975............Ron West ......................... RB ................ All-District 10 1976............Ron West ......................... RB ................ All-District 10 1979............Jim Tubbs ........................ DB ................ All-District 10 1980............Duke Williams ................. RB ................ All-District 10 1986............Alvin Edwards ................. DB ................ All-District 10 1986............Bart Evans ...................... P................... All-District 10 1989............Jernard Burks .................. DL................. All-District 10 1990............Kelly Martinez ................. DL................. All-District 10 1991............Kelly Martinez ................. DL................. All-District 10 1991............Andrew Gilliam ............... DB ................ All-District 10 1992............Bill Gahagan ................... OL................. All-District 10 1993............Bill Gahagan ................... OL................. All-District 10 1993............Brent Pradia ................... DB ................ All-District 10 1993............Chris Ratcliff .................. DB ................ All-District 10

TED KESSINGER CHAMPION OF CHARACTER 2005..........................................................................Adam Paredes

NAIA SCHOLAR-ATHLETES 1989........................................................................ Kyle Gunnerson 1990........................................................................ Kyle Gunnerson 1991............................................................................. James Wolfe 1992............................................................................. James Wolfe 1992........................................................................ Randy Williams 1993............................................................................. Steven Crow 1995.................................................................................Ray Burke 1995............................................................................. Dennis Gent 1995..............................................................................Trevis Ickler 1995.................................................................................Ray Burke 1998...........................................................................Lance Lippold 1999............................................................................Derek Liggett 1999...........................................................................Lance Lippold 1999.....................................................................Geoffrey Sakraida 1999......................................................................... Rosalio Trujillo 2000......................................................................... Rosalio Trujillo 2001........................................................................Mark Cressman 2002.............................................................................Billy Duncan 2002.............................................................................David Gillett 2002...........................................................................Scott L’Ecuyer 2003.............................................................................. Clint Brown 2003........................................................................... Dustin Dooley 2003...........................................................................Scott L’Ecuyer 2004..........................................................................Cameron Allen 2004............................................................................ Gabriel Pena 2005............................................................................Brent Deibert 2005.......................................................................... Darell Grames 2005...........................................................................Scott L’Ecuyer 2005............................................................................ Gabriel Pena 2005............................................................................ Eric Ritzman 2006............................................................................ Eric Ritzman 2006.......................................................................... Darell Grames 2006..................................................................... Matthew Franklin 2006................................................................................ Zac Foster 2006......................................................................... Wes Thompson 2007..................................................................... Matthew Franklin 2007.......................................................................... Tyler Michaels 2008................................................................................TJ DiPrima 2008........................................................................Schuyler Wilson 2009................................................................................Will Slasor 2009................................................................................TJ DiPrima 2009........................................................................ Spencer Popple 2009..............................................................................Kyle Barthel 2010................................................................................Will Slasor 2010........................................................................ Spencer Popple

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY ALL-TIME INDIVIDUAL HONORS ALL-STATE 1915.................Rex Stevens ........................... HB 1923.................Leslie Hallock............................ T 1923.................Mike Hilgers ..............................E 1924.................Leslie Hallock............................ T 1925.................William Nesmith .......................G 1925.................Martin Isaacson ..................... HB 1926.................Carleton Albright ......................E 1926.................Fred Dice................................... T 1927.................Martin Isaacson ..................... HB 1927.................Fred Dice................................... T 1928.................Fred Dice................................... T 1928.................Aubrey Reinhardt ...................... T 1928.................George Baxter ...........................G 1928.................Ruple Perkins......................... HB 1929.................Aubrey Reinhardt ...................... T 1931.................Virgil McIntyre ...........................G 1931.................Gib Robinson ......................... HB 1933.................Gib Robinson ......................... HB 1935.................Virgil Baer .................................G 1936.................Everett Morgan .........................E 1936.................Earl VanCleef ............................ T 1937.................Everett Watson ..........................E 1938.................Marlin Baer ...............................G 1939.................Marlin Baer ...............................G 1946.................Warren Smith ............................ T 1946.................Earl Foltz...................................G

ALL-KCAC (1929 - 1971) 1929.................Aubrey Reinhardt ...................... T 1929.................Wendell Cunningham ................ T 1929.................George Baxter ...........................G 1929.................Clare Sargent............................E 1929.................Ruple Perkins......................... HB 1930.................Clare Sargent............................E 1930.................Claude Betterson ......................G 1931.................Virgil McIntyre ...........................G 1931.................Gib Robinson ......................... HB 1931.................Alvie Carlson.............................E 1931.................Dale Buckland ........................FB 1932.................Bill Eckart .................................G 1932.................Merrill Hards ............................. T 1932.................Gib Robinson ......................... HB 1932.................Willis Lobdell ............................E 1933.................Gib Robinson ......................... HB 1933.................Willis Lobdell ............................E 1933.................Virgil Baer .................................G 1934.................Merrill Hards ............................. T 1934.................Virgil Baer .................................G 1934.................Willis Lobdell ............................E 1935.................Virgil Baer .................................G 1935.................Sid Smith ............................... HB 1935.................Larry Blair .................................C 1935.................Everett Watson ..........................E 1936.................Everett Morgan .........................E 1936.................Earl VanCleef ............................ T 1936.................Amos Morris ........................... HB 1936.................Larry Blair .................................C 1936.................Everett Watson ..........................E 1937.................Everett Watson ..........................E 1937.................Larry Bates ............................... T 1937.................Andrew Shaw ......................... HB 1937.................Marlin Baer ...............................G 1938.................Marlin Baer ...............................G 1938.................Andrew Shaw ......................... HB 1938.................Larry Bates ............................... T 1939.................Marlin Baer ...............................G 1939.................John Georges.............................C 1939.................Larry Bates ............................... T 1940.................Al Hargraves .............................G 1940.................George Egbert ...........................E 1940.................Paul DuPree ........................... HB

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1941.................Paul DuPree ..............................E 1941.................George Egbert ...........................E 1942.................Bill Queen .................................G 1942.................Curtis VanPelt ........................ QB 1942.................Bill Keeler .................................C 1942.................Warren Smith ............................ T 1946.................Warren Smith ............................ T 1946.................Earl Foltz...................................G 1946.................John Short .................................E 1946.................Bob Wagner ..............................C 1946.................Glenn Booth .............................. T 1946.................Walter Smith .......................... HB 1947.................Ervin Kimble .............................G 1947.................John Short .................................E 1949.................Lester Jilka................................G 1950.................Bill Baughman..........................C 1951.................Gailen Keeling...........................E 1952.................Harry Vopat ...............................G 1952.................Ron Gillam ............................. HB 1952.................Harold Frazell..........................FB 1953.................Clarence King ...........................E 1954.................Ray Wilbur ................................ T 1954.................Bob Harris.............................. QB 1955.................Bob Harris.............................. QB 1955.................Gerald Toburen....................... HB 1956.................Larry Houdek .......................... HB 1956.................Lester Toburen .......................... T 1956.................Kaye Pearce ..............................E 1956.................Paul Smith ................................G 1956.................Dale Emig .............................. HB 1956.................Rocky Welton ............................. T 1957.................Leland House ......................... QB 1957.................Bob Pinkall ...............................C 1957.................Ken Mulch .............................. HB 1957.................Rocky Welton ............................. T 1958.................Todd Hampton........................... T 1958.................Rocky Welton ............................. T 1958.................John Snyder...............................C 1958.................Maynard Kline ........................ HB 1961.................Jerry Smith ............................. QB 1964.................Dennis Lambert ..................... DB 1965.................Dennis Lambert ..................... DB 1966.................Alan Fahring .......................... RB 1967.................Alan Fahring .......................... RB 1967.................Gary Salmans .........................DL 1967.................Jim King ..................................OL 1967.................Rex Swartz ............................. DB 1968.................Alan Fahring .......................... RB 1968.................Dee Kozlow ............................. RB 1968.................Jim King ..................................OL 1968.................Mike Malone............................OL 1968.................Rex Swartz ............................. DB 1969.................Mike Malone............................OL 1969.................Bernie Bierman ....................... TE 1969.................Marc Rangle .......................... DB 1969.................Dennis Beck ............................OL 1969.................Ron Alleger ............................ RB 1969.................Larry Mattison.........................LB 1970.................John Sergi ...............................DL 1970.................Charles Jessamy .................... RB 1970.................Dennis Beck ............................OL 1971.................Jimmy Brown.......................... DB 1971.................Bob Loersch ............................LB 1971.................Frank Limanni.........................OL 1971.................John Sergi ...............................DL 1971.................Charles Jessamy .................... RB

FIRST TEAM ALL-KCAC 1972.................Ed Brewer .............................. RB 1972.................Bob Loersch ............................LB 1972.................Frank Limanni.........................OL 1973.................Frank Limanni.........................OL 1975.................Mark Savener ..........................OL

1975.................Ron West ................................ RB 1976.................Ron West ................................ RB 1977.................Neil Saskowski ........................OL 1978.................Rick Barker .............................LB 1979.................Jim Tubbs............................... DB 1979.................Scott Carmichael ....................OL 1980.................Duke Williams ........................ RB 1980.................Scott Carmichael ....................OL 1980.................Clinton Coyle.............................K 1980.................Rick Barker .............................LB 1982.................Joe Mims ................................ DB 1982.................Jack Crane ..............................DL 1982.................Scott Ritter .............................OL 1983.................Scott Ritter .............................DL 1986.................Bart Evans .............................WR 1986.................Alvin Edwards ........................ DB 1986.................Alvin Edwards ...........................P 1987.................Jernard Burks..........................DL 1987.................Alvin Edwards ........................ DB 1988.................Jeff Tolbert ................................P 1988.................Troy Lewis .............................. DB 1988.................Mike McKinney ........................LB 1988.................Jernard Burks..........................DL 1988.................Doug Key .................................OL 1988.................Darren Garrett........................ RB 1989.................Jernard Burks..........................DL 1990.................Kelly Martinez .........................DL 1990.................Andrew Gilliam ...................... DB 1990.................Jason McVeigh ........................OL 1990.................Shun Bridges ......................... RB 1991.................Kelly Martinez .........................DL 1991.................Andrew Gilliam ...................... DB 1991.................Gerald Zgabay ..........................K 1993.................Bill Gahagan............................... 1993.................Brent Pradia ............................... 1994.................Ty Lohman.............................. QB 1994.................Steve Davenport.......................... 1994.................Jim Ranieri................................K 1995.................Jerry Snider .............................OL 1995.................Nick Pipkin.............................WR 1995.................Ray Burke ............................... TE 1997.................Jeff Kumpula...........................LB 1998.................Ellis Wright .............................DL 1998.................Jeff Kumpula...........................LB 1998.................Mike Steenbergen .................. DB 1999.................Alfredo Garcia ...........................P 1999.................Jeff Kumpula...........................LB 1999.................Ellis Wright .............................DL 2000.................Prescott Hill ........................... RB 2000.................Mark Cressman......................WR 2000.................Seth Johnson...........................OL 2000.................Tommy Gales.......................... DB 2000.................Jeff Kumpula...........................LB 2000.................Eric Lewis ...............................DL 2001.................Sean Parker ............................DL 2001.................TJ Tomlin ...................................P 2001.................Jeff Strohecker ........................OL 2001.................Matt Leonard ......................... RB 2002.................Oscar Nero ............................. RB 2002.................Jeff Strohecker ........................OL 2002.................Drew Bailey .............................DL 2002.................Scott L'Ecuyer .........................LB 2002.................Clint Brown ............................ DB 2003.................Clint Brown ............................ DB 2003.................Scott L'Ecuyer .........................LB 2003.................Drew Bailey .............................DL 2004.................Bryan Cooper .........................WR 2004.................Ryan Peterson .........................OL 2005.................Darell Grames ........................ RB 2005.................Ryan Peterson .........................OL 2005.................Mike Kenyon ............................OL 2005.................Jarod Barrett ........................ UTIL 2005.................Eric Williams...........................DL

2005.................Scott L'Ecuyer .........................LB 2005.................John Louis .............................. DB 2006.................Darell Grames ........................ RB 2006.................Russell Simon .........................OL 2006.................Willie Johnson ........................ DB 2006.................Colten Campbell .....................LB 2006.................Eric Williams...........................DL 2006.................Michael Barry............................K 2007.................Preston McCorkle ................... RB 2007.................Willie Johnson ........................ DB 2007.................Troy VanBlarcom .......................P 2008.................Ken Mitchell ........................... DB 2008.................Preston McCorkle ................... RB 2008.................Steven Valliere ........................FB 2008.................Schuyler Wilson.......................OL 2009.................Jake Winship .......................... RB 2009.................Ken Mitchell ........................... DB 2010.................Chase Hartman.......................OL 2010.................Dan Pinsky ..............................OL 2010.................Doug Webster ....................... UTIL 2010.................Adrian Thomas........................LB 2011.................Carl Caldwell .........................WR 2011.................Brett Giesen ........................... RB 2011.................Dan Pinsky ..............................OL 2011.................Chase Hartman.......................OL 2011.................Ken Mitchell ........................... DB 2011.................Adrian Thomas........................LB 2011.................Keoni Funtanilla......................DL

SECOND TEAM ALL-KCAC 1979.................Rick Barker .............................LB 1979.................Leslie Caige ............................DL 1980.................Clinton Coyle.............................P 1980.................AJ Copeland ............................DL 1981.................Tony Aguilar ............................LB 1981.................Monte Schnautz ........................P 1981.................Scott Ritter .............................OL 1981.................Elliott Edwards ...................... RB 1981.................Billy Evans ............................. QB 1982.................John Brooks............................. TE 1983.................Ken Day.....................................P 1983.................Joe Mims ................................ DB 1983.................Scott Ritter .............................OL 1984.................Scott Ritter .............................OL 1984.................Kevin Markwardt ....................WR 1985.................Scotty Bryant ............................P 1985.................Willie Cleaver ..........................LB 1985.................Joe Mims ................................ DB 1985.................Darin Boyer ............................ DB 1985.................Johnny Johnson ...................... RB 1986.................Johnny Johnson ...................... RB 1986.................Edward Garza .........................OL 1986.................Bruce Strickland .......................K 1986.................Troy Erskine.............................DL 1986.................Johnny Steele ..........................DL 1987.................Doug Key .................................OL 1987.................Troy Lewis .............................. DB 1987.................David Robinson.......................LB 1989.................Jeff Genger..............................OL 1990.................Nathan Stanton ......................DL 1990.................Gerald Zgabay ..........................K 1990.................Faustino Ortega ......................OL 1991.................Kenneth McKinley....................LB 1991.................Craig Rider ............................ DB 1992.................Johnny Taylor...........................DL 1992.................Bill Gahagan...........................OL 1992.................Chris Ratliff ........................... DB 1993.................Chris Ratliff ........................... DB 1993.................Ty Lohman.............................. QB 1993.................Mike White ............................. RB 1993.................Steve Nations.............................. 1994.................Jerry Snider .............................OL 1994.................Silviano Ramirez .........................

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY ALL-TIME INDIVIDUAL HONORS SECOND TEAM ALL-KCAC (CONT.) 1994.................Ray Burke ............................... TE 1994.................Luis Ramos ................................. 1994.................Chris Young ................................ 1994.................Anthony Gibson ........................... 1994.................Mike White ............................. RB 1995.................Trevis Ickler............................ DB 1995.................Mike White ............................. RB 1996.................Jerry Snider .............................DL 1996.................Byron Jones ............................ RB 1997.................James Lennox..........................KR 1997.................Chris Sieminski.......................OL 1998.................Lloyd Moss ..............................DL 1998.................Jason Schwartz .......................LB 1998.................John Larkin ............................ RB 1999.................Fred Sassani .......................... DB 1999.................Nik Angel ................................LB 1999.................Phillip Chatman......................DL 2001.................D'Ambrose Finch .................... DB 2001.................Dan Hancock...........................OL 2001.................Marc Cressman......................WR 2002.................Derrick Denson........................ TE 2002.................Steve Willis ............................WR 2002.................Josh Foster ..............................OL 2002.................Paul Courter............................DL 2002.................Lazell Kitchen ........................ DB 2002.................TJ Tomlin ...................................P 2003.................Oscar Nero ............................. RB 2003.................Steve Willis ............................WR 2004.................John Louis .............................. DB 2004.................Paul Courter............................DL 2005.................Gary Trione ................................K 2006.................DeChad Ward ......................... RB 2006.................Drew Phillips........................... TE 2006.................Dustin Pugh ............................OL 2007.................Schuyler Wilson.......................OL 2007.................Colten Campbell .....................LB 2007.................Scott Moore .............................DL 2007.................Steven Valliere ........................KR 2008.................Marcus Lowe ..........................WR 2008.................Derek Meyer ............................OL 2008.................Richard Raught ..................... DB 2008.................Vicente Arellano ......................LB 2008.................Scott Moore .............................DL 2008.................Andrew Panigada....................DL 2008.................Scotty McKeon...........................K 2008.................Scotty McKeon...........................P 2009.................Oscar Torres ............................OL 2009.................Richard Raught ..................... DB 2009.................Adrian Thomas........................LB 2009.................Patrick Shelton .......................DL 2010.................Doug Webster ......................... QB 2010.................Jake Winship .......................... RB 2010.................Ricky Roberts .........................WR 2010.................Sonny Gallegos ...................... DB 2010.................Jesse Walls ............................ DB 2011.................Jacob Brackens ...................... DB 2011.................Ken Mitchell ............................PR

HONORABLE MENTION ALL-KCAC 1975.................Ike Smicklo ............................ QB 1976.................Tom Jackson........................... DB 1977.................Terry Bott ............................... RB 1977.................Bill Pekarek.............................OL 1977.................Russell Mills ...........................DL 1978.................Bruce Pinkall ..........................OL 1979.................Lee Newell...............................DL 1979.................Mike Lindsey .......................... RB 1979.................Greg Thomas..........................WR 1980.................Mike Lindsey .......................... RB 1980.................Ray Thomas ............................OL 1980.................Jim Tubbs................................LB 1980.................Cory Beougher.........................DL

1981.................Jay Clark ................................ DB 1981.................AJ Copeland ............................LB 1981.................John Brooks............................WR 1981.................Steve Santo.............................OL 1982.................Scott Feil...................................P 1982.................Jay Clark ................................ DB 1982.................Dwight Preston .......................LB 1982.................Winfred Mapps........................LB 1982.................John Moore ..............................DL 1982.................Todd Warner ............................DL 1982.................Scott Stoughton ......................DL 1982.................Elliott Edwards ...................... RB 1982.................Steve Rivers ........................... RB 1982.................Steve Santo.............................OL 1982.................David Harris...........................WR 1983.................Jay Blackwood.........................LB 1983.................Jay Clark ................................ DB 1983.................Darin Boyer ............................ DB 1983.................Billy Taylor ..............................OL 1983.................Terrence Phox .........................WR 1984.................Darin Boyer ............................ DB 1984.................Steve Rivers ........................... RB 1985.................Steve Burtschell......................DL 1985.................Rodney Stovall ....................... DB 1985.................Jay Stallons...............................K 1985.................David Harris...........................WR 1985.................Bart Evans .............................WR 1986.................Alan Jordan .............................OL 1986.................Adolphus Wells .......................LB 1987.................Scott Jackson ......................... QB 1987.................Darren Garrett........................ RB 1987.................Mike McKinney ........................DL 1988.................David Robinson.......................LB 1988.................Nathan Stanton ......................DL 1988.................Gerald Zgabay ..........................K 1988.................Jason McVeigh ........................OL 1988.................Lynn Coumpy..........................WR 1988.................Scott Jackson ......................... QB 1989.................Nathan Stanton ......................DL 1989.................Kelly Martinez .........................DL 1989.................Andrew Gilliam ...................... DB 1989.................Bobby Drake........................... DB 1989.................Lynn Coumpy..........................WR 1989.................Jason McVeigh ........................OL 1990.................Kenny Dooley ...........................DL 1990.................Kenneth McKinley....................LB 1990.................Danny Forman........................ DB 1990.................Lynn Coumpy..........................WR 1990.................Kyle Gunnerson ...................... RB 1990.................Dale Dvorak ........................... QB 1991.................Rob Becerra ............................LB 1991.................Bill Gahagan...........................OL 1991.................James Wolfe ........................... RB 1991.................Dale Dvorak ........................... QB 1992.................James Wolfe ........................... RB 1992.................Dale Dvorak ........................... QB 1992.................Troy Marseline ......................... TE 1993.................Jim Ranieri................................K 1993.................Jerry Sharp .................................. 1993.................Eric Smith ................................... 1993.................Randy Williams ........................... 1993.................Melvin Lugrand ........................... 1993.................Steve Davenport.......................... 1993.................Steve Crow .................................. 1993.................Chris Gragg ................................ 1994.................Joe Rhodes .................................. 1994.................Jason Benavides ......................... 1994.................James Smith ............................... 1995.................Bob Walter .............................. TE 1995.................Kevin Wall .............................. RB 1995.................Paul Seiferth ...........................OL 1995.................Chris Sieminski.......................OL 1995.................Dennis Gent ............................DL 1996.................Jerry Sharp ..............................KR

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1996.................Justin Cagle ............................LB 1996.................Trevis Ickler............................ DB 1996.................Javier Avedrani .......................LB 1996.................Dennis Gent ............................DL 1996.................Neal MacGinnis.......................DL 1996.................Chris Sieminski.......................OL 1996.................Adrian Bradford ......................OL 1996.................Deandre Beason......................OL 1996.................Mike White ............................. RB 1997.................Shawn Mesch..........................OL 1997.................Lance Lippold .........................PR 1997.................Lance Lippold ........................ DB 1998.................Chad Matthews.......................DL 1998.................Marlon Franklin...................... DB 1998.................Juma Elow.............................. DB 1998.................Lance Lippold ........................ DB 1998.................Alfredo Garcia ...........................P 1998.................Tom Marschall ........................OL 1998.................Andrew Ring .......................... RB 1999.................Eric Lewis ...............................DL 1999.................Andrew Ring .......................... RB 1999.................David Brown ..........................WR 1999.................Mark Cressman......................WR 1999.................Micah Dyer ..............................OL 1999.................Seth Johnson...........................OL 1999.................D'Ambrose Finch .................... DB 1999.................Justin Cagle ............................LB 2001.................Panos Proios ...........................LB 2001.................Stevan Parker .........................DL 2001.................Scott Walker ............................OL 2001.................Doug Gibbons .........................OL 2001.................Derrick Denson........................ TE 2001.................Ryan Stottman ........................ TE 2001.................Teon Fitzgerald....................... RB 2001.................Matt Karleskint ...................... QB 2002.................Ryan Canfield ........................ QB 2002.................Tim Fairfield............................LB 2002.................Lazell Kitchen .........................KR 2002.................Travis Daher........................... DB 2002.................Andre Mitchell........................ DB 2002.................Scott Schulz ............................DL 2002.................Dustin Dooley ..........................LB 2002.................Dan Hancock...........................OL 2002.................Aaron Milroy ............................OL 2003.................Ryan Canfield ........................ QB 2003.................Aaron Milroy ............................OL 2003.................Paul Courter............................DL 2003.................Duane Uhatafe........................DL 2003.................Scott Schulz ............................DL 2003.................Lazell Kitchen ........................ DB 2003.................Tim Fairfield............................LB 2003.................Dustin Dooley ..........................LB 2003.................Nick Royer ..............................WR 2004.................Aaron Aska.............................WR 2004.................Jarod Barrett .......................... RB 2004.................Mike Kenyon ............................OL 2004.................Jacob Mitchell .........................OL 2004.................Drew Phillips........................... TE 2004.................Mike Pozzi .............................. QB 2004.................Joe Spurlin ............................. DB 2004.................Brandon Swindlehurst ........... DB 2004.................Alex Wallace ............................DL 2004.................Steve Willis ............................WR 2005.................Andy Bristow .......................... DB 2005.................Brandon Sutton...................... DB 2005.................Terrell Henson .........................DL 2005.................Russell Simon .........................OL 2005.................Wes DuBois .............................OL 2005.................Junior Alexis ........................... QB 2005.................Drew Phillips........................... TE 2005.................Marcus Lowe ..........................WR 2006.................Justin Schropp ....................... QB 2006.................Marcus Lowe ..........................WR 2006.................Robert Javadian ..................... DB

2006.................Mike Holst ...............................LB 2006.................Matt Myers ..............................LB 2006.................Matt Case ...............................DL 2006.................Johnny Ward ............................DL 2007.................Drew Dallas ........................... QB 2007.................Jason Dolan ...........................WR 2007.................Marcus Lowe ..........................WR 2007.................Viliamu Iosua ..........................OL 2007.................Steven Valliere ..................... UTIL 2007.................Ryan Dolan ............................ DB 2007.................Brandon McGinn .....................LB 2007.................Dustin Trimble ........................DL 2007.................Troy VanBlarcom .....................PK 2007.................Jason Dolan ............................PR 2008.................Drew Dallas ........................... QB 2008.................Jeremy Washington ................ RB 2008.................Jason Dolan ...........................WR 2008.................Eric Thrush ............................. TE 2008.................Viliamu Iosua ..........................OL 2008.................Sean Junkins...........................OL 2008.................Steven Valliere ..................... UTIL 2008.................Jason McWilliams ...................LB 2008.................Charles Starling......................DL 2008.................Dustin Trimble ........................DL 2009.................Anthony Berry.........................WR 2009.................Jason Engelberg.....................WR 2009.................Corey Ham .............................WR 2009.................Kyle Barthel ............................OL 2009.................Kane Kaualoku ........................LB 2009.................Charles Starling......................DL 2009.................TJ DiPrima...............................DL 2009.................Joe LaLone ..............................DL 2010.................Brett Giesen ........................... RB 2010.................Zach McClain.........................WR 2010.................Troy Alsobrook ........................WR 2010.................Anthony Berry.........................WR 2010.................Oscar Torres ............................OL 2010.................Will Slasor...............................OL 2010.................Keoni Funtanilla......................DL 2010.................Dominick Waters .....................DL 2010.................Austin Hoover..........................LB 2010.................Jacob Brackens ...................... DB 2011.................Trey Dallas ............................. QB 2011.................Zach McClain.........................WR 2011.................Sean Grove..............................OL 2011.................Kelton Reed............................ DB 2011.................Brady Harwell .........................LB 2011.................Sean Counts ...........................DL

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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 60602-2504, Website address: www.ncahigherlearningcommission.org. Telephone: (800) 621-7440 or (312) 263-0456, Fax: (312) 263-7462.

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City / Zip ................................................................. Salina, Kan. / 67401 Founded / Enrollment ............................................................. 1886 / 851 Nickname .................................................................................... Coyotes School Colors.................................................................. Purple and Gold Affiliation ................................................ NAIA (Division II in Basketball) Conference .......................Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) Kansas Wesleyan University provides an education program characterized by excellence within a caring President .....................................................Dr. A. Wayne Lowen (Interim) 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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THIS IS COYOTE ATHLETICS

Kansas Wesleyan University prides itself on being the best of the best. Over the last six years, the Coyotes have won 41 KCAC and NAIA Regional Championships, a mark unprecedented over that time span. In addition, KWU has had the best overall and in-conference records in the conference for five of the last six 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 seven years KWU boasts the best in-conference record in the eight major sports, tallying a 551300-4 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. In 2011, KWU’s volleyball team did something no other team in the KCAC had ever done. The Coyotes advanced past the NAIA National Championship Opening Round with an upset win over Oklahoma Baptist on November 19, becoming the first team from the KCAC to advance past the Opening Round in volleyball since the NAIA went to the direct qualification model in its national championships in 2008. The Coyotes were also the first team from the conference since 1985 to advance to the pool play round of the NAIA Volleyball National Championships. 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. The Coyotes also take pride in the academic accomplishments of their student-athletes. In 2011-12, KWU had 58 Academic All-KCAC honorees and 21 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athletes. Wesleyan also had its first-ever Capital One-CoSIDA Academic All-District honorees as nine student-athletes were selected to the honor and three Coyotes became KWU’s first ever Capital One-CoSIDA Academic All-Americans. Hannah Kern (Women’s Soccer), Janel Prather (Women’s Tennis / At-Large Category) and Alex Howard (Men’s Golf / At-Large Category) were all named Second Team Academic All-Americans. Wesleyan is also proud of its athletic staff as sports information director David Toelle was named as the 201112 KCAC SID of the Year and earned the Kansas Wesleyan Young Alumnus Award. Helping out in the community is also something the Coyotes take pride in. Wesleyan welcomed residents of Reading, Kan., to Salina for Community Day 2011 on September 17, giving them a chance to get away from Reading and the cleanup efforts from the devastating tornado that destroyed over half of the small community that sits north and east of Emporia. The Coyotes also were involved in the fight against breast cancer, as the women’s soccer and volleyball teams teamed up to raise $4700 for the Tammy Walker Cancer Center. Wesleyan students also helped out at Heusner Elementary School with the Heusner Marathon. 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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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION A. WAYNE LOWEN, PH.D. INTERIM PRESIDENT & PROVOST

Dr. Lowen began his duties at Kansas Wesleyan University in July, 2010. He came to Kansas Wesleyan following a long career in higher education, most recently at Westminster College in Fulton, Mo., where he was Director of Planned Giving and CFO. Prior to Westminster, Lowen served as President of Florida Christian College. Before Florida Christian, Lowen had a 14 year career as faculty member and Academic Dean at Central Christian College in Moberly, Mo. Dr. Lowen has extensive teaching experience internationally, having taught leadership courses nearly every year since 1992 in Myanmar, as well as teaching in Cambodia, Thailand, China, Indonesia, India and the Philippines. Dr. Lowen earned his B.A. and M.A. from Cincinnati Christian University, and his Ph.D. in Higher and Adult Education from the University of Missouri. He has served on the Board of Trustees of the Association for Biblical Higher Education, and on numerous accreditation teams for both ABHE and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). Dr. Lowen has extensive community involvement in his background, having served as Deputy Mayor in Fulton, Mo., prior to his move to Kansas. He has been president of two Rotary clubs, and served as Assistant Governor of Rotary District 6080. Immediately before joining KWU, Dr. Lowen traveled to Kibungo, Rwanda, to visit a new women and children’s clinic. Dr. Lowen was chair of the fundraising committee that provided $100,000 to construct the clinic. At Kansas Wesleyan, Dr. Lowen helped develop the Liberian Project, which was assembled of students, staff and faculty, to provide financial resources to individuals affected by the civil war in Liberia. Dr. Lowen, along with Dr. Dave Kraemer, worked directly with the Liberian Widows Initiative to conduct many fundraising efforts on campus and in the Salina community that raised over $10,000 that went directly to the construction of a school/community building and training for individuals in Liberia.

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC STAFF ATHLETIC DIRECTOR DAVE DALLAS

Dave Dallas has been at Kansas Wesleyan since 1997 when he was hired by former athletic director Jerry Jones to be the University’s football coach. In 14 years of coaching at Kansas Wesleyan, Dallas has amassed an 84-67 record, and won KCAC Championships in 2001 and 2002. While at Wesleyan, Dallas has coached six NAIA All-Americans, over 200 All-KCAC players in 15 seasons. Dallas also stresses excellence in the classroom, coaching nearly 30 NAIA Scholar Athletes over that same timespan. “I am excited about the opportunity to serve Kansas Wesleyan in this capacity,” Dallas said. “Kansas Wesleyan has great group of coaches in place and I think that will help make the transition easier for us all. I am looking forward to working with them and providing leadership within department.” Before Wesleyan, Dallas served as head football coach at Ottawa University in Ottawa, Kan., where he led the Braves to a 38-39-1 record in eight seasons. Dallas’ overall record as a football coach, the longest continuously tenured coach in the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC), is 122-106-1. Dallas earned his Bachelor’s Degree from Missouri Western State University, where he played and then served as a graduate assistant for two years before serving as an assistant at Truman State University in 1985. After taking a year off from the collegiate ranks to coach at Rolla (Mo.) High School, Dallas returned to college coaching, serving as defensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator at Graceland University (Iowa) for two years before taking the head coaching position at Ottawa University. Dallas has been active within the American Football Coaches’ Association, serving on the AFCA-NAIA board and has served as president of the AFCA-NAIA. He has also served as a rater for the NAIA Top 25 Coaches’ Poll as well as other responsibilities at the national level.

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR DAVID TOELLE David Toelle has been Sports Information Director at Kansas Wesleyan since 2001. A native of Reading, Kan., Toelle came to Kansas Wesleyan in the fall of 1996 after graduating from Northern Heights High School in Allen, Kan. Toelle earned his first degree from Kansas Wesleyan, a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems in December, 2001, but realizing that a career in athletics was where he felt most comfortable, he turned his attention to earning a second degree from KWU, this time a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sports Management, completed in the spring of 2008, and continues to work towards completion of a Master of Business Administration with Sport Management emphasis degree. As sports information director, his duties as encompass a wide spectrum by working closely with the local media in coverage of KWU athletic events. He ensures that results are accurately reported and historical records are maintained, management of the athletics website which Toelle helped develop and launch in 2010, produces media guides, game day programs as well as recording statistics at games, public address announcing at games, production of award posters and presentations, writing press releases, taking photos and several other tasks too numerous to mention. In addition to his work with the university, Toelle utilizes his skills to provide services for community. Since 2002, he has served on the Salina Bicentennial Center and the Salina Area Chamber of Commerce’s Basketball Task Force as the head statistician and statistical staff coordinator for the basketball tournaments held in March at the Bicentennial Center. Toelle served as conference statistician for the KCAC for seven years and has served as tournament statistician for the conference in soccer, basketball, baseball and softball. Toelle was awarded the Kansas Wesleyan Young Alumnus Award in September. 2011 and received the KCAC SID of the Year award for the 2011-12 athletic year. Toelle resides in Salina with his wife Jennifer and children Trae and Tenille.

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ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER ERIC GILLBERG

Eric Gillberg is in his sixth year as an Athletic Trainer at Kansas Wesleyan University and his first as Head Athletic Trainer for the Coyotes. 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 came 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.

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER KATIE CUMMINGS Katie Cummings became an assistant athletic trainer at Kansas Wesleyan in the summer of 2011. The native of Minneapolis, Kan., is no stranger to Kansas Wesleyan athletics as she spent two years as a student athletic trainer for the Coyotes from 2008 to 2010. She spent two years before that at Cloud County CC in Concordia after graduating from Minneapolis High School in 2006. Before coming to Kansas Wesleyan, Katie served as the assistant athletic trainer at Bethany College during the spring of 2011. She is the daughter of Jay and Debbie Cummings of Minneapolis.

BRYAN MINNICH FACULTY ATHLETIC REPRESENTATIVE Bryan Minnich has been the Faculty Athletic Representative for the Coyotes since July 2012. Professor Minnich is also chair of the Sport and Exercise Science department at Kansas Wesleyan.

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT PATTY COLAHAN Patty Colahan begins her fourth year as Administrative Assistant for the KWU Athletic Department. Colahan previously served as Campus Visit Coordinator for the KWU Admissions Department before moving over to Athletics.

Minnich came to Kansas Wesleyan in 2007 after teaching and coaching at Central Christian College in McPherson, Kan. He coached several different sports for the Tigers including basketball and cross country.

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

Minnich holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Liberty University and a Master of Science degree from South Dakota State University.

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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Fred Aubuchon Volleyball

Brent Bailey Cross Country / Track

Randy Bemiss Golf

Tia Benyshek Cheer / Dance

Mark Carvalho Baseball

Patty Colahan Admin Asst to AD

Katie Cummings Athletic Trainer

Dave Dallas Football/Athletic Director

Mike Dibbini Soccer

Chris Fear Men’s Basketball

Eric Gillberg Head Athletic Trainer

Daryl Hoelting Softball

Bryan Minnich Faculty Athletic Rep.

Katie Pierce Athletic Trainer

Gordon Reimer Women’s Basketball

Davd Toelle Sports Information

Bob Warkentine Tennis

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ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT STAFF

Athletic Director ............................................................... Dave Dallas ....................................................... 3172 ......................................................dallas@kwu.edu Administrative Assistant ................................................. Patty Colahan ..................................................... 3100 ................................................. pcolahan@kwu.edu Sports Information Director ............................................. David Toelle ........................................................ 3146 ................................................sportsinfo@kwu.edu Faculty Athletic Representative ........................................ Bryan Minnich ..................................................... 3126 ......................................... bryan.minnich@kwu.edu Head Athletic Trainer ........................................................ Eric Gillberg ........................................................ 3193 .............................................eric.gillberg@kwu.edu Athletic Trainer ................................................................. Katie Pierce ........................................................ 3192 ............................................. katie.pierce@kwu.edu Athletic Trainer ................................................................. Katie Cummings ................................................. 3192 ...................................... katie.cummings@kwu.edu

HEAD COACH DIRECTORY

Baseball .......................................................................... Mark Carvalho ................................................... 3124 .........................................................carv@kwu.edu Men’s Basketball .............................................................. Chris Fear ........................................................... 3134 .................................................chris.fear@kwu.edu Women’s Basketball ......................................................... Gordon Reimer .................................................... 3120 ....................................................greimer@kwu.edu Cheer and Dance ............................................................. Tia Benyshek ....................................................... 3230 ............................................tia.benyshek@kwu.edu Cross Country / Track ....................................................... Brent Bailey ........................................................ 1166 ............................................. brent.bailey@kwu.edu Football ............................................................................ Dave Dallas ........................................................ 3172 ......................................................dallas@kwu.edu Golf .................................................................................. Randy Bemiss ..................................................... 2134 ...........................................randy.bemiss@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 ............................................... Bob Warkentine ................................................... 3130 ........................................bob.warkentine@kwu.edu Volleyball .......................................................................... Fred Aubuchon .................................................... 3122 .........................................fred.aubuchon@kwu.edu

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 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 track surface at the stadium was replaced in the summer of 2011. 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 Victory Sports Network’s NAIA Senior Classic in 2010 and 2011.

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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 EVERETT MORGAN STRENGTH TRAINING CENTER 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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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.

GENE BISSELL FIELD AT MARTIN STADIUM 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.

The BRADLEY TENNIS COURTS are located just to the north of the Martin Stadium Fieldhouse on the corner of Osborne and Claflin Avenues.

SALINA STADIUM is the home for Kansas Wesleyan Football and Soccer matches this year. The stadium seats nearly 7,000 and is complete with synthetic turf that was installed in 2005, 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.

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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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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS (NAIA) A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE NAIA 1937 | Dr. James Naismith and local leaders form National College Basketball Tournament staged at Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City, Mo. 1938 | Basketball tournament expands to 32 teams 1940 | National Association of Intercollegiate Basketball (NAIB) formed; first convention held 1948 | John Wooden’s Indiana State team brings first African-American student-athlete to the NAIB tournament 1952 | NAIB adopts new moniker – National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) - and introduces men’s championships in golf, tennis and outdoor track and field 1953 | NAIA becomes first collegiate association to invite historically black institutions into membership 1957 | Tennessee State becomes the first historically black institution to win a collegiate basketball national championship 1980 | NAIA becomes first collegiate athletics association to sponsor both men’s and women’s championships by adding women’s basketball, cross country, gymnastics, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, softball, swimming and diving, tennis and volleyball championships

The purpose of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) is to promote the education and development of students through intercollegiate athletic participation. Member institutions, although varied and diverse, share a common commitment to high standards and to the principle that participation in athletics serves as an integral part of the total educational process. The NAIA embraces the concept of the student and recognizes the importance of the individuality of each member institution, the value of the conferences and Association of Independent Institutions (A.I.I.) structure, and the benefits of membership in a national association. The NAIA supports gender equity. Gender equity is an atmosphere and reality where fair distribution of overall athletic opportunity and resources, proportionate to enrollment, are available to women and men, and where no student-athlete, coach or athletics administrator is discriminated against in any way in the NAIA AT A GLANCE athletics program. That is to say, an athletics program is gender-equitable • Nearly 300 member colleges and when the men’s sports program would be pleased to accept as its own the universities overall participation opportunities and resources currently allocated to the women’s sports program and vice versa. • 23 national championships The NAIA has 50,000 student-athletes participating at nearly 300 member • 650,000 students colleges and universities throughout the United States and Canada. Divided into 25 conferences and the Association of Independent Institutions (A.I.I.), the • First to include black colleges and NAIA offers 23 championships in 13 sports. students in championships 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.

• First to include women in national championships • First to develop system-wide character initiative with substantive programming

1986 | NAIA Council of Presidents moves from advisory to governance role

2011 NAIA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES SCHEDULE AND RESULTS

2012 NAIA TOP 25 COACHES’ POLL PRESEASON RATING

1988 | Strict academic eligibility standards for all participating student-athletes adopted

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2000 | NAIA introduces Champions of Character initiative along with its new brand emphasizing character development among NAIA student-athletes 2001 | NAIA headquarters returns to metro Kansas City in partnership with the City of Olathe, Kan. 2007 | NAIA opens new headquarters in downtown Kansas City, Mo.

Marian (Ind.) def. Grand View (Iowa) - 31-0 - at Indianapolis, Ind. Carroll (Mont.) def. Valley City State (N.D.) - 47-0 - at Helena, Mont. Georgetown (Ky.) def. Benedictine (Kan.) - 21-7 - at Georgetown, Ky. MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.) def. Southern Nazarene (Okla.) - 40-28 - at Olathe, Kan. Saint Xavier (Ill.) def. Bethel (Tenn.) - 51-13 - at Chicago, Ill. Saint Francis (Ill.) def. Morningside (Iowa) - 21-17 - at Sioux City, Iowa Saint Francis (Ind.) def. Missouri Valley - 28-14 - at Marshall, Mo. Azusa Pacific (Calif.) def. Ottawa (Kan.) - 49-26 - at Azusa, Calif.

QUARTERFINALS

Marian def. Saint Francis (Ill.) - 49-7 - at Indianapolis, Ind. Carroll def. Azusa Pacific - 17-14 - at Helena, Mont. Georgetown def. Saint Francis (Ind.) - 26-14 - at Georgetown, Ky. Saint Xavier def. MidAmerica Nazarene - 29-14 - at Olathe, Kan.

SEMIFINALS

Saint Xavier def. Marian - 30-27 - at Indianapolis, Ind. Carroll def. Georgetown - 35-5 - at Helena, Mont.

CHAMPIONSHIP

Saint Xavier def. Carroll - 24-20 - at Barron Stadium - Rome, Ga.

Saint Xavier (Ill.) (11) Carroll (Mont.) Marian (Ind.) Georgetown (Ky.) MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.) Saint Francis (Ind.) St. Francis (Ill.) Morningside (Iowa) Missouri Valley Northwestern (Iowa) Ottawa (Kan.) Bethel (Tenn.) Benedictine (Kan.) William Penn (Iowa) Grand View (Iowa) Eastern Oregon Valley City State (N.D.) Baker (Kan.) Cumberlands (Ky.) St. Ambrose (Iowa) Doane (Neb.) Cumberland (Tenn.) Langston (Okla.) Bethany (Kan.) Campbellsville (Ky.)

Others Receiving Votes: Friends (Kan.); Montana State-Northern; Lindsey Wilson (Ky.); Hastings (Neb.)

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY THE KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE (KCAC)

The Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference, commonly called “The Kansas Conference,” is a prominent intercollegiate athletics conference comprised of ten outstanding independent or private institutions of higher education in the state. The origins of the KCAC are traced to February 15, 1890, when the Kansas Intercollegiate Athletic Association became the result of the first successful attempt at organization among Kansas colleges, “to promote and regulate amateur intercollegiate athletics.” At that time the association or conference included not only private universities and colleges but also Kansas Agriculture College (now KSU), Kansas University, and Washburn University. Football seems to have been the major sponsored sport, and Baker University won the

championship for the first three or four years. In about 1902 this early association became allied with the Kansas College Athletic Conference, a group which was the first to adopt a definite set of rules and regulations. It also promoted an annual track and field meet which has continued yearly since, except for World War years. Basketball has been sponsored since 1904. Football was revived in 1907. Tennis began as early as 1912. Golf was added in 1923. By this time the name of the conference had been altered to the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference; it had grown to 17 college members and two allied members: Baker, Bethany, Bethel, College of Emporia, Fairmount (now WSU), Friends, Kansas Wesleyan, KSTC of Emporia (now ESU), KSTC of Hays (now FHSU), KSTC of Pittsburg (now PSU), McPherson, Ottawa, St.Benedict’s (now Benedictine), St.Mary’s, Sterling (formerly Cooper), Southwestern, and Washburn, and with St.John’s and Kansas City University (Kansas) as allied members. Kansas University and Kansas Aggies had dropped out earlier to join other conferences. In 1923 the College of Emporia, KSTC of Emporia, KSTC of Hays, KSTC of Pittsburg, Wichita (formerly Fairmount), Southwestern, and Washburn withdrew to form the Central Conference. The present legal entity comes from a reorganization of the conference when the predecessor Kansas Intercollegiate Athletic Conference formally disbanded on December 1, 1928, and a new conference was formed which again was called the Kansas College Athletic Conference. The members were Baker, Bethany, Kansas Wesleyan, McPherson, Ottawa, and St.Mary’s colleges. At that time sportswriters quickly gave the KCAC league a nickname: the “Little Six,” in contrast to the Big Six (which became Big Eight, now Big 12) which also was organized in 1928. St.Mary’s College was discontinued in 1931. The College of Emporia returned to the fold in 1933, and Bethel was readmitted in 1939. Friends, a former member of the KIAC, was admitted in 1953. Sterling and Southwestern were approved for membership in 1958. In 1968 Tabor College and St. Mary of the Plains College were admitted to make twelve members in the conference, and the conference was organized into Southern and Northern divisions until 1970 — when Baker, College of Emporia, and Ottawa withdrew to join two separate Missouri-based conferences. In the mid-1970s the formal name was changed again to Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference. In 1975 women’s intercollegiate athletics were incorporated into programs of the KCAC. Ottawa was readmitted in 1981, bringing the conference membership to 10. In 1992 St.Mary of the Plains College in Dodge City left the conference and eventually closed. In 1999, Saint Mary College (now University of Saint Mary) joined to return the KCAC membership to ten institutions. The “Kansas Conference” (KCAC) continues to be an all-Kansas conference. The KCAC is an affiliated conference of the National Association of intercollegiate Athletics with headquarters in Kansas City, Mo.. Today the KCAC sponsors conference intercollegiate athletics in football, volleyball, men’s cross country, women’s cross country, men’s soccer, women’s soccer, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, men’s indoor track and field, women’s indoor track and field, men’s outdoor track and field, women’s outdoor track and field, baseball, softball, golf, women’s tennis, men’s tennis. The KCAC is a widely respected conference which governs intercollegiate athletics in cooperation with the NAIA.

2012 KCAC FOOTBALL COACHES’ POLL

1........... Ottawa ................................................. 90 (9) 2........... Bethany .....................................................75 3........... Friends ................................................ 71 (1) T4 ......... Kansas Wesleyan ......................................60 T4 ......... Saint Mary .................................................60 6........... Sterling ......................................................48 T7 ......... Tabor..........................................................40 T7 ......... McPherson .................................................40 9........... Southwestern .............................................38 10......... Bethel ........................................................18

2012 KCAC FOOTBALL MEDIA POLL

1........... Ottawa ............................................. 158 (15) 2........... Friends .............................................. 130 (1) 3........... Bethany ...................................................119 4........... Saint Mary ...............................................114 5........... Kansas Wesleyan ......................................98 6........... Tabor..........................................................72 7........... Southwestern .............................................70 8........... Sterling ......................................................58 9........... McPherson .................................................46 10......... Bethel ........................................................19

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2011 KCAC COMPOSITE RESULTS Aug. 27...........................................at William Jewell 33, Sterling 6 at Baker 41, Ottawa 16 Sept. 3............................................... at William Penn 56, Bethel 0 Nebraska Wesleyan 58, at Saint Mary 34 Benedictine 14, at Sterling 0 at Southern Nazarene 52, Kansas Wesleyan 23 Northwestern (Iowa) 47, at Southwestern 13 Georgetown (Ky.) 21, at Ottawa 19 at Missouri Valley 47, McPherson 10 at Bethany 29, Southwestern Assemblies 21 Tabor 48, at Haskell 0 Sept. 10.......................... at Saint Mary 2, Friends 0 (forfeit 24-18) at Ottawa 44, Kansas Wesleyan 19 at Sterling 24, Tabor 8 Southwestern 45, at Bethel 10 Bethany 43, at McPherson 34 Sept. 17..............................................Ottawa 30, at Saint Mary 14 at Kansas Wesleyan 24, Sterling 21 at Southern Nazarene 35, Friends 10 at Bethany 66, Bethel 34 Sept. 18....................................McPherson 13, at Southwestern 10 Sept. 24.................................... Bethany 25, at Kansas Wesleyan 0 Southwestern 2, at Sterling 0 (forfeit 31-3) Southern Nazarene 58, at Bethel 14 McPherson 31, at Friends 17 Saint Mary 34, at Tabor 13 Oct. 1 .........................................................Bethany 30, at Avila 13 at Saint Mary 2, Sterling 0 (forfeit 13-10) Bethel 42, at McPherson 35 at Southwestern 65, Haskell 0 at Ottawa 37, Tabor 10 at Friends 63, Kansas Wesleyan 26 Oct. 8 ..........................................at Kansas Wesleyan 34, Tabor 15 Ottawa 41, at Southwestern 19 Saint Mary 35, at Bethany 32 Friends 56, at Bethel 7 at Azusa Pacific 54, McPherson 21 Oct. 15 ..............................at Lindenwood 61, Kansas Wesleyan 16 at Friends 27, Southwestern 17 Bethel 2, at Sterling 0 (forfeit 35-10) Ottawa 35, at McPherson 21 at William Penn 38, Saint Mary 16 Bethany 38, at Tabor 35 Oct. 22 ........................................ Kansas Wesleyan 68, at Bethel 7 at Bethany 17, Friends 7 at Southwestern 40, Saint Mary 31 McPherson 28, at Tabor 12 at Ottawa 27, Sterling 6 Oct. 29 ...........................at Kansas Wesleyan 45, Southwestern 35 Friends 19, at Sterling 0 Ottawa 30, at Bethany 17 Tabor 20, at Bethel 7 at Saint Mary 34, McPherson 31 Nov. 5 ................................. Kansas Wesleyan 38, at McPherson 37 Ottawa 28, at Friends 21 at Tabor 17, Southwestern 13 Bethany 24, at Sterling 14 at Saint Mary 51, Bethel 10 Nov. 12 ............................... Saint Mary 21, at Kansas Wesleyan 16 at Friends 31, Tabor 21 at Southwestern 38, Bethany 30 at McPherson 24, Sterling 17 at Ottawa 72, Bethel 6 Nov. 19 ...........................................at Azusa Pacific 49, Ottawa 26

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 2011 KCAC FOOTBALL TEAM STATISTICS SCORING OFFENSE # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Team Ottawa (Kan.) Bethany (Kan.) Kansas Wesleyan Saint Mary (Kan.) Southwestern (Kan.) Friends (Kan.) McPherson (Kan.) Tabor (Kan.) Sterling (Kan.) Bethel (Kan.)

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

Team Sterling (Kan.) Ottawa (Kan.) Friends (Kan.) Bethany (Kan.) Tabor (Kan.) Southwestern (Kan.) Saint Mary (Kan.) McPherson (Kan.) Kansas Wesleyan Bethel (Kan.)

# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Team Saint Mary (Kan.) Bethany (Kan.) Ottawa (Kan.) Southwestern (Kan.) Kansas Wesleyan McPherson (Kan.) Tabor (Kan.) Friends (Kan.) Bethel (Kan.) Sterling (Kan.)

TOTAL OFFENSE

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

Team Friends (Kan.) Sterling (Kan.) Tabor (Kan.) Bethany (Kan.) Ottawa (Kan.) Saint Mary (Kan.) McPherson (Kan.) Southwestern (Kan.) Kansas Wesleyan Bethel (Kan.)

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

Team Friends (Kan.) Southwestern (Kan.) Tabor (Kan.) Kansas Wesleyan Bethany (Kan.) McPherson (Kan.) Ottawa (Kan.) Sterling (Kan.) Bethel (Kan.) Saint Mary (Kan.)

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

Team Friends (Kan.) Sterling (Kan.) Tabor (Kan.) Ottawa (Kan.) Bethany (Kan.) Saint Mary (Kan.) Kansas Wesleyan Southwestern (Kan.) McPherson (Kan.) Bethel (Kan.)

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Plays 821 785 923 786 841 739 693 733 729 674

Yds/P 5.7 5.5 4.9 5.3 4.9 5.3 4.6 4.3 3.5 3.5

TD 36 38 47 35 35 39 22 29 19 18

Yds/G 424.6 391.3 377.8 377.5 376.6 357.5 316.1 311.6 233.9 214.8

G 10 11 10 11 12 11 11 11 11 11

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Pass 1546 1580 1529 1678 2053 2044 1776 1983 2723 2480

Yards 2326 3137 3176 3641 4097 4023 4156 4295 4844 5516

Plays 622 733 686 767 887 835 789 804 905 770

Yds/P 3.7 4.3 4.6 4.7 4.6 4.8 5.3 5.3 5.4 7.2

TD 25 24 27 33 25 36 44 36 43 67

Yds/G 232.6 285.2 317.6 331.0 341.4 365.7 377.8 390.5 440.4 501.5

G 10 11 10 11 11 11 12 11 11 11

Rushes 517 502 441 434 449 413 491 474 447 279

Yards 2245 2351 1873 1953 1799 1709 1680 1472 1328 975

Avg 4.3 4.7 4.2 4.5 4.0 4.1 3.4 3.1 3.0 3.5

TD 21 19 14 18 17 19 23 8 12 15

Yds/G 224.5 213.7 187.3 177.5 163.5 155.4 140.0 133.8 120.7 88.6

G 10 11 10 12 11 11 11 11 11 11

Rushes 347 435 431 473 473 476 491 490 516 506

Yards 780 1557 1647 2044 1963 1979 2121 2312 2380 3036

Avg 2.2 3.6 3.8 4.3 4.2 4.2 4.3 4.7 4.6 6.0

TD 7 17 14 16 18 22 17 26 30 38

Yds/G 78.0 141.5 164.7 170.3 178.5 179.9 192.8 210.2 216.4 276.0

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

Team Saint Mary (Kan.) Ottawa (Kan.) Bethany (Kan.) McPherson (Kan.) Kansas Wesleyan Southwestern (Kan.) Tabor (Kan.) Bethel (Kan.) Friends (Kan.) Sterling (Kan.)

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

Team Sterling (Kan.) Bethany (Kan.) Tabor (Kan.) Friends (Kan.) McPherson (Kan.) Ottawa (Kan.) Southwestern (Kan.) Saint Mary (Kan.) Bethel (Kan.) Kansas Wesleyan

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

Team Bethany (Kan.) McPherson (Kan.) Ottawa (Kan.) Saint Mary (Kan.) Southwestern (Kan.) Kansas Wesleyan Tabor (Kan.) Sterling (Kan.) Friends (Kan.) Bethel (Kan.)

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

Team Ottawa (Kan.) Sterling (Kan.) Friends (Kan.) Saint Mary (Kan.) Tabor (Kan.) Bethany (Kan.) Southwestern (Kan.) McPherson (Kan.) Kansas Wesleyan Bethel (Kan.)

KICKOFF RETURNS # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Team Southwestern (Kan.) Tabor (Kan.) McPherson (Kan.) Ottawa (Kan.) Bethel (Kan.) Kansas Wesleyan Bethany (Kan.) Saint Mary (Kan.) Sterling (Kan.) Friends (Kan.)

PUNT RETURNS

# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Team Ottawa (Kan.) Bethany (Kan.) Sterling (Kan.) McPherson (Kan.) Kansas Wesleyan Tabor (Kan.) Southwestern (Kan.) Friends (Kan.) Saint Mary (Kan.) Bethel (Kan.)

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Yards 3696 2854 2505 2224 2190 1802 1288 1245 871 891

TD 21 24 21 20 17 16 8 7 8 10

Avg 6.8 6.6 7.5 6.8 5.4 6.3 5.1 4.4 4.0 4.5

Yds/G 336.0 237.8 227.7 202.2 199.1 163.8 128.8 113.2 87.1 81.0

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TD 7 15 13 18 14 9 10 14 29 26

Avg 5.3 5.7 6.0 5.6 6.5 5.0 6.3 5.7 9.4 6.6

Yds/G 143.6 152.5 152.9 154.6 161.5 171.1 180.3 185.8 225.5 247.5

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Effic 130.6 124.2 123.1 119.3 106.4 102.2 93.9 89.9 79.9 75.4

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Yards 1083 802 886 718 1278 1101 719 876 511 631

TD 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0

Avg 21.2 19.1 18.1 17.5 17.5 16.9 16.7 16.5 16.5 15.8

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Yards 675 214 337 272 269 237 236 114 140 40

TD 3 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 0 0

Avg 20.5 17.8 12.5 11.3 10.3 9.1 9.1 7.1 4.8 4.0

2012 FOOTBALL MEDIA GUIDE


KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 2011 KCAC FOOTBALL TEAM STATISTICS PUNTING # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Team Tabor (Kan.) McPherson (Kan.) Saint Mary (Kan.) Southwestern (Kan.) Sterling (Kan.) Friends (Kan.) Bethel (Kan.) Ottawa (Kan.) Bethany (Kan.) Kansas Wesleyan

TURNOVER MARGIN

# 1 2 3 4 5 6

Team Sterling (Kan.) Ottawa (Kan.) Friends (Kan.) Kansas Wesleyan McPherson (Kan.) Saint Mary (Kan.) Bethany (Kan.) 8 Southwestern (Kan.) 9 Bethel (Kan.) 10 Tabor (Kan.)

FIRST DOWNS # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Team Saint Mary (Kan.) Ottawa (Kan.) Bethany (Kan.) Kansas Wesleyan Southwestern (Kan.) Tabor (Kan.) McPherson (Kan.) Friends (Kan.) Bethel (Kan.) Sterling (Kan.)

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

Team Friends (Kan.) Tabor (Kan.) Bethany (Kan.) Ottawa (Kan.) Southwestern (Kan.) Sterling (Kan.) Kansas Wesleyan McPherson (Kan.) Saint Mary (Kan.) Bethel (Kan.)

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

Team Bethany (Kan.) Tabor (Kan.) Kansas Wesleyan Friends (Kan.) Sterling (Kan.) Saint Mary (Kan.) McPherson (Kan.) Bethel (Kan.) Ottawa (Kan.) Southwestern (Kan.)

PENALTIES

# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Team Saint Mary (Kan.) Ottawa (Kan.) McPherson (Kan.) Bethany (Kan.) Southwestern (Kan.) Sterling (Kan.) Bethel (Kan.) Friends (Kan.) Kansas Wesleyan Tabor (Kan.)

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

Punts 54 53 46 49 76 57 75 67 50 83

Yds 2108 1972 1630 1710 2638 1898 2494 2224 1637 2636

Avg 39.0 37.2 35.4 34.9 34.7 33.3 33.3 33.2 32.7 31.8

Ret 26 24 29 26 27 16 10 33 12 26

Avg 13.8 3.9 4.1 5.5 2.9 3.0 6.5 5.6 4.6 4.0

Net 25.2 33.3 31.3 29.4 31.9 30.3 26.7 27.6 28.1 27.8

Mar 11 8 4 3 0 -1 -1 -6 -15 -20

Per/G 1.00 0.67 0.40 0.27 0.00 -0.09 -0.09 -0.55 -1.36 -2.00

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Rush 55 82 95 93 107 100 78 122 88 88

Pass 164 138 109 101 74 58 97 39 61 44

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Per/G 21.7 20.6 20.2 19.5 18.5 18.2 17.5 17.4 15.7 12.9

G 10 10 11 12 11 11 11 11 11 11

Sacks 20.5 19.0 17.5 18.0 19.5 15.0 13.0 10.0 11.0 6.0

Yards 142 130 113 105 81 80 73 72 62 57

Yds/G 14.2 13.0 10.3 8.8 7.4 7.3 6.6 6.5 5.6 5.2

G 11 10 11 10 11 11 11 11 12 11

Sacks 7.0 11.0 9.0 10.0 8.0 15.0 26.0 19.0 22.0 23.0

Yards 34 42 52 68 85 88 114 142 159 151

Yds/G 3.1 4.2 4.7 6.8 7.7 8.0 10.4 12.9 13.3 13.7

G 11 12 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 10

No 76 87 65 73 62 64 59 52 52 47

Yards 801 796 653 632 598 569 553 439 476 377

Yds/G 72.8 66.3 59.4 57.5 54.4 51.7 50.3 43.9 43.3 37.7

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3RD DOWN CONVERSIONS

# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Team Bethany (Kan.) Ottawa (Kan.) Saint Mary (Kan.) McPherson (Kan.) Bethel (Kan.) Southwestern (Kan.) Friends (Kan.) Kansas Wesleyan Tabor (Kan.) Sterling (Kan.)

4TH DOWN CONVERSIONS # 1 2 3 4

Team Bethany (Kan.) Friends (Kan.) McPherson (Kan.) Sterling (Kan.) Ottawa (Kan.) 6 Tabor (Kan.) 7 Saint Mary (Kan.) 8 Southwestern (Kan.) 9 Bethel (Kan.) 10 Kansas Wesleyan

FIELD GOALS # 1 2 3 3 5 6 7 8 9 10

Team Tabor (Kan.) Kansas Wesleyan Southwestern (Kan.) Saint Mary (Kan.) Friends (Kan.) Bethany (Kan.) Ottawa (Kan.) McPherson (Kan.) Sterling (Kan.) Bethel (Kan.)

PAT KICKING # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Team Sterling (Kan.) Southwestern (Kan.) McPherson (Kan.) Friends (Kan.) Saint Mary (Kan.) Kansas Wesleyan Bethany (Kan.) Bethel (Kan.) Ottawa (Kan.) Tabor (Kan.)

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Conv 74 78 56 54 58 56 51 56 40 36

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Conv 10 19 14 12 12 12 18 14 6 7

Att 16 37 28 25 25 26 40 33 19 23

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Per/G 0.9 1.9 1.3 1.1 1.0 1.2 1.6 1.3 0.5 0.6

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Pct 1.000 .946 .944 .935 .919 .912 .905 .900 .852 .800

Per/G 1.8 3.2 3.1 2.9 3.1 2.8 3.5 1.6 3.8 1.6

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 2011 KCAC FOOTBALL INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS (Players listed must have played in at least 75% of their team’s games) RUSHING # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Player Allen, Theron Giesen, Brett Holbert, Corey Jones, Travon Trotter, Jeran Baer, Michael Myers, Cass Oden, Jorden Monroe, James Bundrage, Jesse

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

Player Keese, Mike House, Darby Adamson, Bobby Dallas, Trey Snodgrass, Jake Rozzell, Tim May, Brady Keffer, Levi Bristow, Jayme Joly, Chris

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

Cl JR Jr Sr. Sr Sr. Jr Sr. FR SO SR Cl R-JR SR Sr So Jr JR So. SO Jr. JR

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

Player House, Darby Snodgrass, Jake Adamson, Bobby Keese, Mike May, Brady Dallas, Trey Joly, Chris Rozzell, Tim Keffer, Levi Bristow, Jayme

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

Player Keese, Mike House, Darby Dallas, Trey Adamson, Bobby Snodgrass, Jake Rozzell, Tim Allen, Theron May, Brady Giesen, Brett Holbert, Corey

RECEPTIONS/GAME # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 9

Player Edison, Fred Anderson, Clarence Owens, Billy Martino, Brandon James, Matt Skinner, Andy McClain, Zach Middleton, Joe Gardner, Duray Ridley, Kameron

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

Player Edison, Fred Owens, Billy Anderson, Clarence Martino, Brandon James, Matt Skinner, Andy Melby, Cody Middleton, Joe Gimzo, Shane Caldwell, Carl

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G 11 11 9 10 9 12 11 9 10 11

Att 345 217 168 169 131 181 155 158 109 169

Yds 1404 1308 969 862 706 903 806 620 593 651

Avg 4.1 6.0 5.8 5.1 5.4 5.0 5.2 3.9 5.4 3.9

TD 12 12 6 14 12 5 6 5 5 3

Yds/G 127.6 118.9 107.7 86.2 78.4 75.3 73.3 68.9 59.3 59.2

G 11 11 10 9 11 8 11 9 10 10

Att 533 329 338 326 305 213 192 154 188 165

Cmp 303 184 195 156 170 105 93 67 79 70

Int 18 12 17 6 12 10 8 10 6 4

Pct .568 .559 .577 .479 .557 .493 .484 .435 .420 .424

Yds 3638 2475 2196 1873 2094 1033 1260 806 687 672

TD 21 20 20 14 19 5 11 5 6 9

Avg/G 330.7 225.0 219.6 208.1 190.4 129.1 114.5 89.6 68.7 67.2

Cmp 184 170 195 303 93 156 70 105 67 79

Int 12 12 17 18 8 6 4 10 10 6

Pct .559 .557 .577 .568 .484 .479 .424 .493 .435 .420

Yds 2475 2094 2196 3638 1260 1873 672 1033 806 687

TD 20 19 20 21 11 14 9 5 5 6

Eff 131.9 126.1 121.7 120.4 114.1 106.6 89.8 88.4 85.2 76.9

Team BTHY MCPH OTT USM SWC KWU STER TABR BTHL FRND

Cl SR Jr Sr R-JR So. So JR JR SO Jr.

G 11 11 10 11 11 9 10 8 9 10

Att 329 305 338 533 192 326 165 213 154 188

Team USM BTHY KWU OTT MCPH TABR BTHY SWC KWU SWC

Cl R-JR SR So Sr Jr JR JR So. Jr Sr.

G 11 11 9 10 11 8 11 11 11 9

Rush -13 -1 150 18 333 265 1404 104 1308 969

Team USM OTT USM BTHY STER MCPH KWU MCPH TABR USM

Cl SO Sr SO JR SR Sr So Sr SR JR

G 10 12 10 10 10 10 9 11 10 10

Rec 108 89 63 54 44 43 35 41 37 37

Team USM USM OTT BTHY STER MCPH SWC MCPH OTT KWU

Cl SO SO Sr JR SR Sr Sr. Sr Jr So

G 10 10 12 10 10 10 9 11 12 10

Rec 108 63 89 54 44 43 24 41 44 35

Pass 3638 2475 1873 2196 2094 1033 0 1260 0 0

Plays 571 352 373 389 403 295 346 253 217 168

Total 3625 2474 2023 2214 2427 1298 1404 1364 1308 969

Yds/G 329.5 224.9 224.8 221.4 220.6 162.3 127.6 124.0 118.9 107.7

Yds 1286 1124 1084 713 632 602 342 559 435 352

TD 4 13 8 8 8 7 4 4 7 2

Avg/C 11.9 12.6 17.2 13.2 14.4 14.0 9.8 13.6 11.8 9.5

Rec/G 10.8 7.4 6.3 5.4 4.4 4.3 3.9 3.7 3.7 3.7

Yds 1286 1084 1124 713 632 602 481 559 585 486

TD 4 8 13 8 8 7 6 4 6 4

Avg/C 11.9 17.2 12.6 13.2 14.4 14.0 20.0 13.6 13.3 13.9

Yds/G 128.6 108.4 93.7 71.3 63.2 60.2 53.4 50.8 48.8 48.6

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

Player Allen, Theron Anderson, Clarence Edison, Fred Giesen, Brett Owens, Billy Gimzo, Shane Holbert, Corey Jones, Travon Miles, Frank Baer, Michael

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

Player Gimzo, Shane Anderson, Clarence Jones, Travon Trotter, Jeran Fambrough, Alex Allen, Theron Giesen, Brett Schattle, Bobby Ledy, Austin Stecker, Terry

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

Player Fambrough, Alex Schattle, Bobby Ledy, Austin Stecker, Terry Stamp, Jeff Pohlman, Keylyn Kouth, Nick Pacheco, Anthony Dunn, Doug Lluis, Brandon

FIELD GOALS PCT # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Player Pacheco, Anthony Stecker, Terry Schattle, Bobby Ledy, Austin Stamp, Jeff Fambrough, Alex Pohlman, Keylyn Kouth, Nick Dunn, Doug Lluis, Brandon

PAT KICKING PCT # 1 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Player Dunn, Doug Sigala, Dominic Ledy, Austin Kouth, Nick Pohlman, Keylyn Schattle, Bobby Stecker, Terry Fambrough, Alex Lluis, Brandon Stamp, Jeff

Team BTHY OTT USM KWU USM OTT SWC MCPH FRND OTT

Cl JR Sr SO Jr SO Jr Sr. Sr Sr. Jr

Team OTT OTT MCPH FRND BTHY BTHY KWU USM SWC KWU

Cl Jr Sr Sr Sr. SR JR Jr R-SR Jr. Fr

G 12 12 10 9 11 11 11 10 11 10

Team BTHY USM SWC KWU OTT FRND MCPH TABR STER BTHL

Cl SR R-SR Jr. Fr Fr Jr. Fr FR JR SO

G 11 10 11 10 12 10 11 10 11 11

PAT 38 33 35 31 39 29 34 16 20 18

FGs 17 12 13 9 9 8 5 9 5 3

Pts 89 69 74 58 66 53 49 43 35 27

Pts/G 8.1 6.9 6.7 5.8 5.5 5.3 4.5 4.3 3.2 2.5

Team TABR KWU USM SWC OTT BTHY FRND MCPH STER BTHL

Cl FR Fr R-SR Jr. Fr SR Jr. Fr JR SO

G 10 10 10 11 12 11 10 11 11 11

FG 9 9 12 13 9 17 8 5 5 3

FGA 10 11 16 18 13 25 12 9 10 7

Pct .900 .818 .750 .722 .692 .680 .667 .556 .500 .429

Long 38 51 42 50 42 48 36 36 43 35

Team STER OTT SWC MCPH FRND USM KWU BTHY BTHL OTT

PUNTING (MIN. 2.0/GAME) # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Player Annis, Aaron Rotering, Paul Schattle, Bobby Ledy, Austin Wheeler, Josh Adamson, Travis Lluis, Brandon Fambrough, Alex Baer, Michael Racette, Derek

Team TABR MCPH USM SWC STER OTT BTHL BTHY OTT FRND

Cl JR Fr Jr. Fr Jr. R-SR Fr SR SO Fr Cl SR So R-SR Jr. SR So SO SR Jr Fr.

G Rush Rec 11 1404 133 12 13 1124 10 67 1286 11 1308 64 10 14 1084 12 436 585 9 969 0 10 862 82 9 474 26 12 903 157 TD 19 18 15 13 0 14 13 0 0 0

PR 106 501 102 0 0 78 0 4 0 0

XPT 0 0 0 0 38 0 0 33 35 31

G 11 10 11 11 10 10 10 11 11 12

Made 20 7 35 34 29 33 31 38 18 39

G 10 11 10 11 11 9 11 11 12 10

Punt 53 53 26 48 75 38 70 49 29 33

KR Other Total 237 0 1880 343 0 1981 161 0 1616 370 0 1742 45 0 1143 198 0 1297 0 0 969 126 0 1074 350 0 850 0 0 1060

2XPT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FG 0 0 0 0 17 0 0 12 13 9

Pts 114 108 90 78 89 84 78 69 74 58

Att 20 7 37 36 31 36 34 42 20 47

Avg/G 170.9 165.1 161.6 158.4 114.3 108.1 107.7 107.4 94.4 88.3 Pts/G 9.5 9.0 9.0 8.7 8.1 7.6 7.1 6.9 6.7 5.8

Pct 100 100 .946 .944 .935 .917 .912 .905 .900 .830 Yds 2108 1972 958 1710 2601 1291 2343 1600 933 1055

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Avg 39.8 37.2 36.8 35.6 34.7 34.0 33.5 32.7 32.2 32.0


KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 2011 KCAC FOOTBALL INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS (Players listed must have played in at least 75% of their team’s games) PUNT RETURNS (MIN. 1.2/GAME) # 1 2 3 4 5 6

Player Anderson, Clarence Mitchell, Ken Bothwell, Will Talton, Mike Giffin, Tanner Edison, Fred

Team OTT KWU FRND STER TABR USM

Cl Sr Sr Fr. SR SO SO

KICK OFF RETURNS (MIN. 1.2/GAME) # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Player Fouts, Lorenzo Prince, Preston Giffin, Tanner Pope, Kenny Williams, Austin Miles, Frank Giesen, Brett Caldwell, Carl Record, Julius Smith, Chris

INTERCEPTIONS # 1 2 3 4 5 6 6 6 9 9

Player Talton, Mike Mitchell, Ken Kontz, Jeff Bruto, Nate Anderson, Donald Autrey, Ira Basch, Cris Dunbar, Cory Brown, Spencer Sims, Trevion

PASSES DEFENDED # 1 2 3 4 5 5 7 8 9 9 9

Player Anderson, Donald Mitchell, Ken Talton, Mike Bruto, Nate Brackens, Jacob Kontz, Jeff Brown, Spencer Trotter, DaMarcus Fouts, Lorenzo Le, John Reed, Kelton Player Tazkargy, Zak Thomas, Adrian Carter, Marcus Basch, Cris Harwell, Brady Gettler, Dakotah Snook, Colton Johnson, Darrick Gomez, J.L. Cook, Taylor

SACKS # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 8 8

Player Davis, Dexter Noller, Brian Mangrum, Garrett Mills, Weston Antoine, Terach Williams, Steven Ryan, Charles Magdalena, Chris Van Deusen, Zach White, Darrick

Ret 23 22 14 14 17 21

Yds 501 223 125 117 104 102

TD 2 0 1 1 0 0

Avg 21.8 10.1 8.9 8.4 6.1 4.9

Ret 24 15 13 16 22 17 18 12 17 31

Yds 566 336 291 346 472 350 370 237 320 583

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Avg 23.6 22.4 22.4 21.6 21.5 20.6 20.6 19.8 18.8 18.8

Team SWC STER TABR MCPH BTHL FRND KWU KWU MCPH BTHL

Cl So. SO SO Jr Sr. Jr So Jr JR

G 11 10 10 9 10 9 11 10 11 11

Team STER KWU FRND OTT OTT BTHY USM STER TABR USM

Cl SR Sr Junior Jr Jr SR R-JR SR SR FR

G 11 11 10 9 12 11 11 11 10 10

Int 8 6 5 4 5 4 4 4 3 3

Yds 98 125 44 79 116 155 48 58 51 38

TD 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0

Int/G 0.7 0.5 0.5 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.3 0.3

Team Cl OTT Jr KWU Sr STER SR OTT Jr KWU Sr FRND Junior TABR SR MCPH Jr SWC So. OTT So KWU So

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

Brup 25 14 11 9 10 5 6 6 6 7 7

Int 5 6 8 4 1 5 3 3 2 1 1

Total 30 20 19 13 11 10 9 9 8 8 8

Avg/G 2.5 1.8 1.7 1.4 1.0 1.0 0.9 0.8 0.7 0.7 0.7

Team Cl SWC Sr. KWU Sr FRND Junior USM R-JR KWU So OTT Sr FRND Sr. MCPH Sr MCPH Sr KWU Jr

G 11 11 8 11 11 12 10 11 9 11

UA 69 46 31 77 61 53 27 49 37 53

A 80 70 51 34 42 55 59 42 35 34

Total 149 116 82 111 103 108 86 91 72 87

Avg/G 13.5 10.5 10.3 10.1 9.4 9.0 8.6 8.3 8.0 7.9

Team Cl FRND Junior STER JR SWC Frfr SWC Sr. TABR SO BTHY MCPH Sr OTT Jr OTT Jr TABR JR

G 10 11 11 10 8 11 10 12 12 8

Tot 14 7.5 6.5 5.5 4 5 4.5 4.5 4.5 3

Avg/G 1.4 0.7 0.6 0.6 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.4 0.4 0.4

TACKLES (ALL POSITIONS) # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

G 12 11 10 11 10 10

UA 13 7 6 5 4 4 4 3 4 3

A 2 1 1 1 0 2 1 3 1 0

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Yards 90 36 31 19 35 35 40 24 27 15

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

Player Davis, Dexter Basch, Cris Noller, Brian Harwell, Brady Thomas, Adrian Williams, Steven Mangrum, Garrett Carter, Marcus Van Deusen, Zach Mills, Weston

FUMBLES FORCED # 1 2 2 4 4 4 4 8 9 10 10 10

Player Bruto, Nate Davis, Dexter Ford, Jerry Annino, John Basch, Cris Noller, Brian Thomsen, Drew Carter, Marcus Garcia, Jeremy Ryan, Charles Sanford, Travis Stultz, Grady

Team FRND USM STER KWU KWU BTHY SWC FRND OTT SWC

Cl Junior R-JR JR So Sr Frfr Junior Jr Sr.

Team OTT FRND USM USM USM STER MCPH FRND STER MCPH TABR BTHL

G 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 8 12 10

UA 20 19 14 11 11 10 11 5 12 10 Cl Jr Junior FR SR R-JR JR Sr Junior SO Sr SR JR

A 9 4 4 8 6 7 4 8 3 2 G 9 10 10 11 11 11 11 8 9 10 10 10

Yards 152 72 63 44 28 54 42 54 67 41

Tot 24.5 21 16 15 14 13.5 13 9 13.5 11

Avg/G 2.5 1.9 1.5 1.4 1.3 1.2 1.2 1.1 1.1 1.1

Num 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2

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

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 2011 ALL-KCAC TEAMS FIRST TEAM OFFENSE QUARTERBACK RUNNING BACK

FULLBACK WIDE RECEIVER

TIGHT END OFFENSIVE LINE

UTILITY

FIRST TEAM DEFENSE DEFENSIVE BACK

LINEBACKER

DEFENSIVE LINE

Mike Keese...............................Saint Mary ...................... 6-2 ..... 190 .......Jr. (U) (R) Junior Allen ..................Bethany .......................... 5-7 ..... 185 .......Jr. (U) Brett Giesen .......................Kansas Wesleyan........... 5-11 .... 175 .......Jr. (R) Jeran Trotter .......................Friends ........................... 5-9 ..... 190 ......Sr. (R) Quentin Benning ................Friends .......................... 5-10 .... 220 ......Sr. (U) (R) Clarence Anderson .......Ottawa ........................... 5-9 ..... 160 ......Sr. Fred Edison..............................Saint Mary ...................... 6-0 ..... 170 ..... So. Billy Owens ..............................Saint Mary ...................... 6-2 ..... 175 ..... So. Carl Caldwell ...........................Kansas Wesleyan........... 5-10 .... 185 ..... So. Cody Butts ...............................Friends ........................... 6-5 ..... 230 .......Jr. (U) (R) Dan Pinsky ...................Kansas Wesleyan............ 6-5 ..... 315 ......Sr. (R) Keaton Kendall...................Friends ........................... 6-4 ..... 280 ......Sr. (R) David Kraft ........................McPherson ..................... 6-3 ..... 270 ......Sr. Quinton Flaming ......................Ottawa ........................... 6-1 ..... 284 .......Jr. (R) Chase Hartman..................Kansas Wesleyan........... 5-10 .... 250 ......Sr. Shane Gimzo............................Ottawa ........................... 6-1 ..... 181 .......Jr.

QUARTERBACK RUNNING BACK

FULLBACK WIDE RECEIVER

TIGHT END OFFENSIVE LINE

UTILITY

Darby House ............................Bethany .......................... 6-2 ..... 205 .......Jr. Travon Jones ............................McPherson ..................... 5-8 ..... 185 ......Sr. Corey Holbert ...........................Southwestern ................ 5-10 .... 190 ......Sr. Michael Baer ...........................Ottawa ........................... 6-0 ..... 195 .......Jr. Ben Suchsland ........................Bethel ............................ 6-2 ..... 210 ..... So. Brandon Martino......................Bethany .......................... 6-1 ..... 200 .......Jr. Andy Skinner............................McPherson .................... 5-10 .... 180 ......Sr. Matt James ..............................Sterling .......................... 6-4 ..... 210 ......Sr. Duray Gardener........................Tabor .............................. 6-3 ..... 210 ......Sr. Joshua Giambalvo ...................Ottawa ........................... 6-3 ..... 199 ......Sr. Christopher Jackson ................Bethany .......................... 6-1 ..... 310 ......Sr. Nick Qualls ..............................Southwestern ................ 5-11 .... 315 .......Jr. Michael Broome .......................Bethany .......................... 6-1 ..... 285 ......Sr. Andy Curtis ..............................Tabor .............................. 6-4 ..... 292 .......Jr. Stephen Buesch.......................Friends ........................... 6-1 ..... 280 .......Jr. Austin Williams .......................Bethel ........................... 5-11 .... 195 ..... So.

SECOND TEAM DEFENSE (U) Donald Anderson................Ottawa ........................... 5-9 ..... 160 .......Jr. (R) Mike Talton ........................Sterling .......................... 5-7 ..... 160 ......Sr. Ken Mitchell.............................Kansas Wesleyan........... 5-10 .... 175 ......Sr. Jeff Kontz .................................Friends ........................... 6-2 ..... 200 .......Jr. (U) (R) Zak Tazkargy ................Southwestern ................. 6-1 ..... 235 ......Sr. Dakotah Gettler .......................Ottawa ........................... 6-1 ..... 225 ......Sr. (R) Adrian Thomas...................Kansas Wesleyan........... 5-10 .... 230 ......Sr. Cris Basch ...............................Saint Mary ..................... 5-11 .... 195 .......Jr. (U) Dexter Davis.......................Friends ........................... 6-3 ..... 230 .......Jr. (U) Zach Van Duesen ...............Ottawa ........................... 6-4 ..... 265 .......Jr. Keoni Funtanilla ......................Kansas Wesleyan............ 5-8 ..... 245 ......Sr. Drew Thomsen .........................McPherson ..................... 6-1 ..... 270 ......Sr.

FIRST TEAM SPECIAL TEAMS PUNTER PLACE KICKER PUNT RETURNER KICK RETURNER

SECOND TEAM OFFENSE

Aaron Annis .............................Tabor .............................. 6-0 ..... 165 ......Sr. Alex Fambrough .......................Bethany .......................... 6-4 ..... 200 ......Sr. (R) Clarence Anderson .............Ottawa ........................... 5-9 ..... 160 ......Sr. Lorenzo Fouts...........................Southwestern ................ 5-10 .... 200 ..... So.

2011 KCAC CO-COACHES OF THE YEAR ...........................................................Kent Kessinger, Ottawa Lance Hinson, Saint Mary 2011 KCAC ASSISTANT COACH OF THE YEAR..................................................... Josh Homolka, Ottawa 2011 KCAC PLAYER OF THE YEAR ............................................................. Clarence Anderson, Ottawa 2011 KCAC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR..................................................... Junior Allen, Bethany 2011 KCAC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR.....................................................Dexter Davis, Friends 2011 KCAC SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR ...................................... Alex Fambrough, Bethany TED KESSINGER CHAMPION OF CHARACTER AWARD .......................................... Spencer Brown, Tabor

DEFENSIVE BACK

LINEBACKER

DEFENSIVE LINE

Ira Autrey .................................Bethany .......................... 5-9 ..... 190 ......Sr. Spencer Brown.........................Tabor ............................. 5-11 .... 186 ......Sr. Cory Dunbar.............................Sterling ......................... 5-11 .... 165 ......Sr. Nate Bruto ...............................Ottawa ........................... 6-0 ..... 205 .......Jr. Jacob Brackens........................Kansas Wesleyan............ 6-2 ..... 197 ......Sr. Brian Noller .............................Sterling .......................... 5-9 ..... 195 .......Jr. Marcus Carter..........................Friends ........................... 6-1 ..... 240 .......Jr. Darrick Johnson .......................McPherson ..................... 6-1 ..... 215 ......Sr. Michael Baker..........................Bethany .......................... 6-1 ..... 220 .......Jr. Chris Sanborn..........................Tabor .............................. 6-3 ..... 245 .......Jr. Opetia Tuiava ..........................Saint Mary ...................... 6-0 ..... 265 .......Jr. Josh Hicks................................Friends ........................... 6-1 ..... 235 ..... So. Donald Grayson .......................Ottawa .......................... 5-11 .... 279 ......Sr.

SECOND TEAM SPECIAL TEAMS PUNTER PLACE KICKER PUNT RETURNER KICK RETURNER

Paul Rotering...........................McPherson ..................... 6-3 ..... 220 ..... So. Austin Ledy ..............................Southwestern ................. 6-0 ..... 190 .......Jr. Will Bothwell............................Friends .......................... 5-11 .... 175 ...... Fr. Ken Mitchell.............................Kansas Wesleyan........... 5-10 .... 175 ......Sr. Preston Prince .........................Sterling .......................... 5-7 ..... 160 ..... So. Tanner Giffin............................Tabor ............................. 5-10 .... 211 .......Jr.

HONORABLE MENTION ALL-KCAC

BETHANY: Cody Ratcliffe, Chad Wollenberg, Kyle Shirley, Tyler Vogt, Andrew Westbrook, Milton Collins, Steven Williams, Rocky Castro BETHEL: Andrew McNary, Chris Allen, Jorden Oden, Edward Davila, Nathan Murphy, Garrett Garcia, Chris Smith FRIENDS: Frank Miles, Andrew Loucks, Jesse Jerde, Colton Snook, Mason Pauly KANSAS WESLEYAN: Trey Dallas, Zach McClain, Sean Grove, Kelton Reed, Brady Harwell, Sean Counts McPHERSON: Phillip Wilson, Joe Middleton, John Davidson, James Temaat, Allen Colbert, Charles Ryan, Tyler Richards, Kenny Pope OTTAWA: Bobby Adamson, Shane Gimzo, CJ Krug, Austin Britt, Logan Schultz, Eric Wilson, Matt Gross, Kyle Nauman, Pierce Hutchens SAINT MARY: Kameron Ridley, Logan Fritz, Alan Gudka, Nick Ruiz, Jacob Stout, Bobby Schattle SOUTHWESTERN: Joe Vargas, Cody Melby, Cass Myers, Zach Joliff, Adam Hilker, Clayton Yancey, Lorenzo Fouts, Branden Davis, Garrett Mangrum STERLING: Jessie Bundrage, Chris Halcromb, Zach Beims, Tate Arnold, Kerby Rice, James Morley, Jesse Kendig, Mike Talton TABOR: James Monroe, Cordell Simmons, Justin Vargas, Clark Wozich

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teamwork Servant Leadership

Integrity

positive Sportsmanship

CHAMPIONS OF CHARACTER

True champions do more than just win.

Learn more at www.CHAMPIONSOFCHARACTER.com

Respect

admiration Responsibility


2012 SCHEDULE DATE Sept. 1

OPPONENT Cumberland University (Tenn.)

LOCATION Dyersburg, Tenn.

TIME 12:00 PM

SALINA Sterling, Kan. Lindsborg, Kan.

7:00 PM 6:00 PM 7:00 PM

SALINA

6:00 PM

Hillsboro, Kan. SALINA SALINA Winfield, Kan. SALINA

2:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:30 PM 1:30 PM 1:30 PM

Leavenworth, Kan.

1:30 PM

2012 BIG RIVER BOWL

SEPT. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22

OTTAWA UNIVERSITY * Sterling College * Bethany College * 100TH MEETING BETWEEN KWU AND BC

SEPT. 29

FRIENDS UNIVERSITY * HOMECOMING / HALL OF FAME WEEKEND

Oct. 6 OCT. 13 OCT. 20 Oct. 27 NOV. 3

Tabor College * SOUTHERN NAZARENE (OKLA.) BETHEL COLLEGE * Southwestern College * McPHERSON COLLEGE * SENIOR DAY SPONSORED BY COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT

Nov. 10

University of Saint Mary *

* denotes KCAC Game HOME GAMES IN GOLD, PLAYED AT SALINA STADIUM DATES, TIMES, LOCATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE

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