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school information Name of School: Kutztown University | Location: Kutztown, Pa.

About Kutztown University

IFC

President F. Javier Cevallos

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Enrollment: 10,700 | Colors: Maroon & Gold

Athletics Staff

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Affiliation: NCAA Division II

KU Facilities

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Conference: Pennsylvania State Athletics Conference (PSAC-East)

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Stadium: University Field | Capacity: 5,600 | Surface: Artificial (A-Turf)

Coaching Staff 2011 Season Outlook

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President: Dr. F. Javier Cevallos

2011 Season Opponents

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Athletics Director: Greg Bamberger

2010 Season Review & Statistics

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Associate Athletics Director: Michelle Gober

2011 Composite Schedule

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Assistant to the Director of Athletics for Programming and Event

Golden Bear History

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Management: Erin Goodhart

Kutztown’s Award-Winning Campus

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Athletics Phone: (610) 683-4094 | Athletics Fax: (610) 683-1379

2011 Football Schedule

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2011 Schedule

COACHING STAFF

September

Head Coach: Raymond Monica

Outside Safeties: Richard Burkett

Alma Mater: North Alabama ’90

Tight Ends: Fred Endy

Years at School: 5

Offensive Line/Academic Coordinator: Ray Yannuzzi

SAT

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@ Saint Anselm College

SAT

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@ Mercyhurst College

SAT

17 Lock Haven University

SAT 24 Cheyney University* (Family Day/Paint the Town Gold)

1pm 12pm 6:05pm

Record at Kutztown: 27-28

1:05pm

Career Record: 27-28 Defensive Coordinator: Dennis Iezzi

OCTOBER SAT

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@ Shippensburg University*

2pm

SAT

8 East Stroudsburg University* 1:05pm

SAT

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@ Millersville University*

7:30pm

SAT

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@ C.W. Post University*

1pm

SAT

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@ West Chester University*

1pm

NOVEMBER SAT 5 Bloomsburg University* (Homecoming)

1:05pm

SAT

1:05pm

12 Gannon University

*denotes PSAC East Games

FOOTBALL INFORMATION 2010 Record: 10-2 (6-1 PSAC East)

All-time Record: 291-398-19

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 58/22

Playoff Record: 0-1

Starters Returning/Lost: 14/8

Last Playoff Appearance: 2010,

First year of Football: 1895

lost to Shepherd, 41-34,

Basic Offense: Multiple

in second round of NCAA Division II

Basic Defense: 4-2-5

Super Region I playoffs.

Offensive Coordinator/ Quarterbacks: Drew Folmar

Wide Receivers: Steve Heck Defensive Tackles/Kickers: Tim Tobin Defensive Ends/Graduate Assistant: Tyler Boudreau


President F. Javier Cevallos Dr. F. Javier Cevallos, an

on-campus facilities and academic programs. The campus grounds, which

internationally known educator

complement a subtle blend of traditional and modern buildings, have been

and administrator, was appoint-

recognized nationally twice for their excellence.

ed Kutztown University’s 11th president in July 2003.

to a variety of community groups, including Hawk Mountain Sanctuary and

University has developed a

Minsi Trails Boy Scout Councils, and PBS 39 of the Lehigh Valley. He is an

far-reaching/comprehensive

honorary member of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of the Lehigh

general education plan and

Valley, currently serves at the President’s Council of the NCAA Division II

has established initiatives to

and is a member of the PSAC Executive Committee.

a strong and defined strategic planning process. Prior to his appointment at Kutztown, Dr. Cevallos most recently served as Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. While at UM, he was named a fellow of the American Council of Education in 1996, an honor bestowed upon college administrators who show great leadership potential. Dr. Cevallos began his academic career as an assistant professor of Spanish at the University of Maine at Orono. After three years at Maine, he moved to the University of Massachusetts, where he rose to the rank of full professor and chair of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese. Since coming to Kutztown, Dr. Cevallos has led the campus community in programs that open the university to students from all backgrounds and educational needs. His outreach efforts have helped establish the university as a welcoming and nurturing environment for students from traditionally underserved populations. During his tenure, Dr. Cevallos has worked to form and strengthen ties with universities in a number of foreign countries, including Ukraine, India, China, and Ecuador. Artists, teachers, and professionals regularly come to campus from many countries to conduct workshops, lectures, and classes, while KU students travel the globe to pursue their studies as part of a “study abroad” program. Hallmarks of President Cevallos’ presidency include progressive initiatives, inclusive outreach, increasing diversity on campus, and international perspective. In addition to overseeing the creation of new programs across the academic spectrum, he has presided over a period of tremendous growth, both in the number of students seeking enrollment at KU and expansion of

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gives generously of his time and energy offering guidance and leadership

Under his leadership, Kutztown

increase assessment through

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In addition to the leadership Dr. Cevallos provides on campus, he also

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Dr. Cevallos and his wife, Joseé Vachon, are parents of two children, Alex, and Caroline.


Support Staff Greg Bamberger Director of Athletics Greg Bamberger has served as Kutztown University’s director of athletics since May 1, 2005. Bamberger has overseen a successful era in Golden Bear Athletics.

John Green Associate Vice President of Advancement, Marketing, & University Relations

michelle gober Associate Director of Athletics

Dr. Robert Ziegenfus Faculty Athletic Representative

Erin Goodhart Assistant to the Director of Athletics for Programming & Event Management

Rennie Sacco Coordinator of Sports Medicine

Martha Anderson Athletic Trainer

Jack Entriken Athletic Trainer

Brandon Nolt Athletic Trainer

Rob Knox Sports Information Director

scott senna Assistant Equipment Manager

martha johnson Fiscal Assistant

melissa lincoln Secretary

KU won the 2005 – 06 Dixon Trophy, a first for the institution. The trophy is awarded to the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference’s top athletic department. Bamberger came to Kutztown from Glenville State College in West Virginia, where he served as director of athletics from 2002 — 05. Prior to taking over as director of athletics, Bamberger was an assistant football coach and lecturer at Glenville for three semesters. He was the assistant head coach, offensive coordinator and coached the offensive line for the Pioneers. From 1997 until 2000, Bamberger was a district sales coordinator for AFLAC. Bamberger previously served as assistant football coach at the Virginia Military Institute and Southeast Missouri State. Bamberger earned his master’s degree in sports administration from Temple University in 1989. He is a 1982 graduate of Duke University with a bachelor’s degree in management sciences. He was a three-year starter for the Blue Devils’ football team, serving as co-captain in 1981. Bamberger was born in Abington, Pa., and is a graduate of Phoenixville High School. He and his wife, Bernadette, have three children.

Keith McCarthy Equipment Manager

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Facilities Kutztown University is blessed with some of the top athletic facilities among Division II colleges and universities in the eastern United States. Nineteen of KU’s 21 teams have their home venue on campus.

University Field | During the summer of 2005, Kutztown University embarked upon major renovations to University Field, the home of the Golden Bear football, track & field and field hockey teams. Kutztown replaced the natural grass field with new, state-of-the-art, synthetic athletic turf. In addition, the track surrounding the field was re-surfaced and lights were installed. Along with the use by the intercollegiate teams, the field is utilized by student intramurals and recreation. A-Turf, a New York-based company and one of the leaders in the synthetic athletic turf industry, installed the new field. The field system is Premium RS-45, which contains sand and rubber infill mixed into the synthetic grass over the padding, which is designed for long-term durability and to reduce the effects of impact on the body. Around the new field lies a 5,600-seat stadium. The stadium has been the site of PSAC Championship track & field meets. The stadium features a scoreboard and message center.

Student-Recreation Center | The 64,623 square foot student recreation center opened in the fall of 2006. The facility, located between Keystone Hall and University Field, is THE place to be for student recreation and fitness on campus. Among the amenities are a nearly 9,000 sq. ft. fitness center and weight room, two group fitness studios, two racquetball courts, an indoor rock climbing wall, a synthetic surface gymnasium with curved walls for indoor sports, a synthetic surface half gymnasium, a suspended jogging track (approx. 1/10 mile), an office suite for recreational services staff, a meeting room, retail space/snack bar and locker rooms with Jacuzzis.

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Facilities

Keystone Hall | The home of the Golden Bears, Keystone Hall is the hub of indoor athletic activity on campus. The 3,400-seat Keystone Arena, located in the center of Keystone Hall, is the home of the women’s volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball and wrestling teams. It also was the location of President George W. Bush’s visit in 2004. Keystone Hall houses the Golden Bear sports medicine department, designated locker rooms for intercollegiate athletic teams, and a state-of-the-art fitness room. The football coaching staff and locker room are located in the west wing of Keystone Hall.

Risley Weight Room | Athletes get extensive use out of the free-weight

keystone field house | Keystone Field House is home to the KU

room, located on the ground floor of Risley Hall, the original gym. The weight

men’s and women’s indoor track teams, and is used by all teams for indoor

room was recently renovated and expanded.

practices, overflow athletic events, and KU’s winter and spring commencement ceremonies, camps and clinics throughout the year. It also is used for non-athletic events, such as former President Clinton’s address during his visit in 1994.

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Head Coach Raymond Monica Raymond Monica became the

Monica served as defensive line coach at the University of North Alabama (UNA)

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from 1992-97. In 1993, UNA’s defense ranked in the top four nationally in pass

University in March 2006.

defense, total defense, rush defense and scoring defense. North Alabama

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In 2010, Monica led the Golden Bear football team to its greatest year in the 95-season history of the program and first playoff appearance in school history. Kutztown set a school record for wins (10), conference victories (six), points scored (466) and consecutive

won its first Division II national championship that season. The 1994 season brought the second-straight national championship, and the Lion defense finished second nationally in all four defensive categories. In 1995, the Lions won their third straight NCAA title. The UNA defensive front produced three All-Americans and two National Football League draft choices, while leading Division II in both rushing defense and scoring defense. During the threeyear championship run, North Alabama posted a remarkable record of 41-1.

wins to start a season (nine). The Golden

At Temple, Monica was hailed as one of the top assistant coaches in college

Bears also earned the No. 1 seed in the NCAA Division II Super region One playoffs.

football. In Sports Illustrated’s 2003 College Football Preview, Monica was

Monica was named Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division coach of the year and and American Football Coaches’ Association (AFCA) Region I Coach of the Year.The Golden Bears also appeared in the final seven AFCA top 25 polls, peaking at No. 13, the highest in school history. All-PSAC team also had 10 players selected to the all-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) including quarterback Kevin Morton, who was named the East Offensive Player of the Year.

cited as one of college football’s seven “Wise Guides.” The article praised him as “the best in the nation at getting ordinary players to do extraordinary things.” The accolade came after the Owl defense was recognized as one of only eight in the country to finish in the top 20 in total defense in both 2001 and 2002. Temple’s defense ranked 19th nationally, allowing just 312.6 total yards per game in 2001.The success was recognized in the post-season, when Monica and then-Temple head coach Bobby Wallace directed the Blue defense in the 2001 Blue-Gray All-Star Football Classic. In 2002, the Owl

In his first season at KU, Monica’s squad doubled the win totals from 2005, as

defense ranked 18th nationally, allowing 315.7 total yards per contest.

the Golden Bears finished 4-6 overall. KU was 2-4 in the PSAC East. In 2007,

Monica mentored several future NFL players while at Temple, including

Kutztown improved to 5-6 overall, tying for third in the division with a 2-3 record. In 2008, Kutztown was 5-6 overall, improving to 4-3 in the PSAC East. Monica has a 27-28 overall record, 15-17 in the PSAC East. Monica came to Kutztown after serving as defensive coordinator at Division I-A Temple University for eight seasons, including the final seven as assistant head coach. During his tenure at Temple, Monica also guided the inside linebackers and defensive line. Prior to Temple, Monica coached for nine seasons at the University of North Alabama, during which time the Lions won three NCAA Division II national championships from 1993-95. A native of Garyville, La., Monica is a graduate of East St. John’s High School in Reserve, La. He enrolled at Nicholls State University in 1985. After one season with the Colonels, he transferred to Northeast Mississippi Junior College, where he played quarterback and earned all-state honors for two seasons. He signed with Southern Illinois University (Carbondale) and went through spring drills, before a back injury ended his playing career. Monica began his coaching career as a student assistant coach, guiding the running backs at Northeast Mississippi Junior College in 1988. He moved on to North Alabama in 1989. There, he coached the running backs while completing his bachelor’s degree in health, physical education and recreation, which he received in 1990.

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2002 Big East Conference Defensive Player of the Year and All-America DT Dan Klecko, All-America LB Rian Wallace, as well as DE Raheem Brock, DT Russell Newman and DE Calvin Wilkinson. Monica and his wife, Linda, are the parents of Ray (17), Lindsey (14) and Austin (6).


2011 Coaching Staff Fred Endy Tight Ends

Dennis Iezzi Defensive Coordinator

Fred Endy is in his seventh sea-

Dennis Iezzi enters his fifth full year

son with the Kutztown University

with the Golden Bear program.

Football program. Endy, who

Iezzi, who coaches the defensive

coaches the tight ends, came to

backs, joined the staff in the

Kutztown from Boyertown High

spring of 2007. Iezzi brought 29

School, where he served as

years of coaching experience to

the director of athletics for 19

KU. In 21 seasons as a head

years. He also spent four years

coach, he tallied a record of 150-83-3. Prior to KU, he spent five years as head coach at Exeter High School. Previously, he served as head coach at Middletown for 14 seasons and Bermudian Springs for two years. Prior to becoming a head coach, he was an assistant coach at Donegal High School for eight seasons. While at Middletown, Iezzi led his team to a pair of District III-AAA titles and a PIAA playoff appearance in 1988. He was named coach of the year five times and served on Pennsylvania’s coaching staff of the 1989 Big 33 game. Iezzi has been inducted into the Daniel Boone High

as the school’s head football coach (1998-2001), compiling a 23-25 record. Prior to Boyertown, Endy was head coach at Kutztown High School (1974-81) and coached offensive backs at KU in 1982. He also had assistant coaching stints at Daniel Boone, Schuylkill Valley and Boyertown high schools. Endy served as a social studies teacher at Daniel Boone, Kutztown and Boyertown High Schools. A 1971 Kutztown State College graduate, Endy was a kicker on the Golden Bear football team. He also earned his master’s degree from KU.

School Wall of Fame (1987), the Capital Area Sports Hall of Fame (1989) and the Berks County Football Coaches Hall of Fame (2007). Iezzi was a threeAlbright College. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Albright, a master’s

Drew Folmar Offensive Coordinator/ Quarterbacks

from Millersville University and a principal certification from Temple University.

Folmar is entering his third year

sport standout at Daniel Boone and went on to be a four-year letterwinner at

with the KU football program. He was a record-breaking quarterRichard Burkett Outside Safeties

back at Millersville University

Richard Burkett enters his fourth

in 2001 with a degree in

season with the Golden Bear

elementary education and a

football coaching staff. Burkett,

minor in athletic coaching. He

who coaches outside safeties,

was a four-time All-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference selection,

brings 36 years of coaching

three-time team MVP and two-year captain. In 2000, Folmar was a finalist

experience to KU. He came to

for the Harlon Hill Trophy, awarded to the best player in Division II. Folmar

Kutztown after serving as an

set Millersville career and single-season records for passing attempts,

assistant coach at Boyertown

completions, percentage, yards, touchdowns and total offense. He began

High School from 1996-2007.

his coaching career in 2001 as a student assistant at his alma mater,

Prior to Boyertown, Burkett served three seasons as head coach at Reading

assisting with quarterbacks and wide receivers. In 2002, Folmar coached

Central Catholic High School (1993-95), compiling a 13-18 record. From

quarterbacks and receivers at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. Folmar

1977 to 1988, he was a minor league football coach for the Harrisburg

rejoined the Millersville football staff as the wide receivers coach in

Cowboys and Ches-Mont Bandits. He was the head coach of the Bandits from

2003, where he remained until the 2007 season. He was also the

1981-88, compiling an 89-20 record with two championships. He began his

strength and training coordinator, academic coordinator and recruiter

coaching career at Susquenita High School, serving as an assistant coach/

in various regions of Pennsylvania. Most recently, Folmar was offensive

defensive coordinator (1972-76). Burkett is a graduate of George Washington

coordinator and quarterbacks coach at the University of New Haven,

High School in Philadelphia, and was a defensive back at what is now West

helping to reestablish that football program during the spring and

Chester University from 1968-71. He graduated from West Chester in 1972.

summer of 2008.

from 1997—2000. He graduated

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2011 Coaching Staff Steve Heck Wide Receivers

Raymond Yannuzzi Offensive Line/Academic Coordinator

Steve Heck enters his fourth

Raymond Yannuzzi enters his fifth

season on the Kutztown football

year on the KU football coaching

coaching staff. He is responsible

staff. He coaches the offensive

for coaching wide receivers. Heck

line. He previously he mentored

comes to Kutztown from Reading

the tight ends in 2007. Yannuzzi

Central Catholic, where he was

was a three-year starter and four-

offensive coordinator and quar-

year letterwinner for the Golden

terbacks coach in 2007. From

Bears from 2003-06. He started

2004 — 2006, Heck coached

the final 30 games of his career, including the last two seasons at center. The

receivers at Albright College. Prior to Albright, Heck served on the staff at

Wallingford native served as a team captain as a senior in 2006. After earning

Schuylkill Valley High School, coaching quarterbacks and wide receivers

a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, Yannuzzi earned his master’s degree in

from 1997-2003 and serving as offensive coordinator from 1997-2000.

education. He also is the Golden Bear football academic coordinator.

For two seasons, 1996 and 1998, Heck was head junior varsity coach at Schuylkill Valley, from which he graduated in 1992. He received his bachelor’s degree from Lebanon Valley in 1996.

Tyler Boudreau Defensive Ends/ Graduate Assistant

Tim Tobin Defensive Tackles/Kickers

Tyler Boudreau begins his second season at KU after enjoying a

Tim Tobin is in his sixth year with

sterling career at Slippery Rock

the Golden Bear staff. He is in

University. He was a two-time

charge of defensive tackles and

All-PSAC West Division selection

kickers. He came to Kutztown from

and named to the Northeast all-

South Florida Home Schooling

Region team. Boudreau was a

Athletics, which he co-founded

two-time winner of the Gary Hunt

and served as athletics director.

Award, which is given to the most outstanding defensive lineman. Boudreau

He began his coaching career

served as SRU’s interim defensive line coach during the Spring 2009

as a student assistant at Arizona

semester. In that role, Boudreau ran defensive line drills and coached tech-

State University, where he was the linebackers and kickers coach in 1987. He

nique. He also worked as an volunteer coach at Trinity High School, his alma

coached defensive backs and special teams at the University of California-

mater. In high school, Boudreau played in the Big 33/U.S. Army All-Star

Santa Barbara in 1988. He then was defensive line coach at Shippensburg

Classic. He set school records for single-season (21.5) and career (32.5)

University in 1990. Tobin also coached at McGill-Toolen Catholic High School

quarterback sacks. He finished his career as Trinity’s all-time leading tackler

in Mobile, Ala., where he was the defensive line and special teams coordinator;

and was named team MVP as a senior. Boudreau earned Carlisle Sentinel

and Westminster Christian School in Miami, Fla., where he was assistant coach

Defensive MVP honors as a senior and received Patriot-News Mid Penn

and offensive coordinator. He is a 1988 graduate of Arizona State Univer-

All-Star honors in both junior and senior seasons. He also helped Trinity

sity with a degree in physical education.

win Liberty Division and District 3-AA title in 2002. He has a bachelors of science degree in environmental health and safety from Slippery Rock. During his time as a student at the Rock, Boudreau was recognized by the Institute for Safety and Health Management and was a member of the academic honor roll and Deans List from 2003 — 06. He started the final 30 games of his career, including the last two seasons at center.

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2011 Roster Name

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Ryan Bailey Greg Bamberger Chad Barton Karolis Bimba Shawn Brannon Kyle Brubaker Drake Brumfield Greg Carroll Justin Clark Matt Connors Brian Cooper Cody Cooper Jamie Crawford Cory Darby Chris Davidson John Devenney Alex DiNolfi Anthony DiNolfi Sam Dixon-Dougan Jake Dunn Brad Engle Nathan Falko Nathan Fehr Pete Finegan Mike Fitzpatrick Troy Foster Brett Fox Chase Fraley Robbie Frey Erik Frazier Matthew Galloway Tim Gamber Vincent Garipoli Mike Garneau Larry Gaskins Daniel Gay Spencer Gay Adam Goeringer Zach Greenwald Jake Grove Tyler Groves Corey Harris Colin Henny Jason Henshaw Tim Hodge Andrew Hodges Jeremy Hoke Justin Horan John Jackson Matt Kaminskas Rob Kee Anthony Kelly Tyler Kennedy Brandon Kline John Kreuer Nick Kubacki Francis Lally Cameron Lipnicky

Sr. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. So. So. So. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. So. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. So. R-Fr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. R-Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. R-Fr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Fr.

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

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Wt. 200 325 185 250 175 180 160 180 225 215 200 195 270 193 170 270 165 155 185 200 220 250 200 250 310 160 190 260 203 175 165 235 185 185 210 190 170 205 220 185 226 170 260 290 250 215 199 200 265 235 276 185 220 275 225 205 165 225

Pos. LS OL QB/DB DE S FS S CB TE LB WR LB OL SS WR OL DB DB LB DB LB DE K/P OL DT DB DB OL RB WR DB DE WR WR RB WR P LB LB LB LB CB DT DT DL LB LB LB TE/DE DL OL WR LB OT LB LB DB DE

Hometown/High School Boiling Springs, PA/Boiling Springs Blandon, PA/Fleetwood Hollidaysburg, PA/Hollidaysburg Chalfont, PA/Central Bucks South Coatesville, PA/Coatesville Area Mechanicsburg, PA/Cumberland Valley Marietta, PA/Donegal Unionville, PA/Unionville Kennett Square, PA/Kennett Mechanicsburg, PA/Trinity Hellertown, PA / Wilson Area Elizabethtown, PA/Upper Dauphin Reading, PA/Reading District Heights, MD/Wise Lancaster, PA/Lampeter-Strasburg Lititz, PA/Warwick Norristown, PA/Norristown Area Norristown, PA./Norristown Area Secane, PA/Ridley Coaldale, PA/Panther Valley York, PA/William Penn Catasaqua, PA/Catasaqua Bernville, PA/Conrad Weiser Broomall, PA/Marple Newtown Horsham, PA/Hatboro-Horsham Folsom, PA/Ridley Muhlenburg, PA/Muhlenburg Columbia, PA/Southern Columbia Lehighton, PA/Lehighton Philadelphia, PA /La Salle Elverson, PA/St. Pius X Harrisburg, PA/Lower Dauphin Mohnton, PA/Governor Mifflin Whitehall, PA/Whitehall King of Prussia, PA/Upper Merion York, PA/West York Red Land, PA/Red Land Dallas, PA/Dallas Paulsboro, NJ/Paulsboro Boiling Springs, PA/Boiling Springs Toms River, NJ/Toms River York, PA/West York Lititz, PA/Manheim Township West Chester, PA/Henderson Erial, NJ/Gloucester Catholic Minersville, PA/Minersville Pottsville, PA/Pottsville Gettysburg, PA/Gettysburg Chalfont, PA/Central Bucks South Wayne, PA / Conestoga Chalfont, PA/Central Bucks South Pottsville, PA/Pottsville Abington, PA/Abington Lebanon, PA/Cedar Crest York, PA/York Suburban Reading, PA/ Reading Ashland, PA/Marion Catholic Mechanicsburg, PA/Trinity


2011 Roster Name

Year

Taj Logan Josh Luckenbaugh Nick Maloney Travis Martin Josh Mastromatto Bill McCarty Chris McCormick Aaron McGlynn Billy McMonigle Justin Michalak Geoff Mock Kevin Morton Brett Moss Josh Muldowney Daniel Mummau Chris Nester Alex Nicholino Mike Nowak Chris Oliver Charlie Owl Nick Palmer English Peay Casey Perlstein Matt Pirolli Kodi Reed Jack Ruggieri Austin Sahd Carl Sahlberg Zachary Sandoe Matt Shields John Simon Ian Smith Josh Smith Kali Smith Louis Smith, Jr. Shahaid Smith Stephen Smulley Zach Snyder Calvin Spires Adrian Sterling Shelby Storm Adam Thomas Colby Tuell Kyle Ueberroth Jason Ulmer Alex Vigilante Marshall Vogel Alex Wagner Cody Waltimyer Rashaan Walker Curtis Wortham Zack Yankiewicz John Zavorski

So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. R-Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Fr. So. Sr. So.

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

Wt. 195 175 270 265 155 195 170 315 220 220 175 190 235 205 220 235 160 265 285 175 200 170 205 175 175 170 165 270 175 185 290 220 220 175 172 160 172 165 215 165 260 220 165 225 180 250 220 200 185 180 155 290 260

Pos. LB QB OL DE RB QB WR OT DE FB CB QB DE DB DE OL TE C/DT OL P OL CB QB WS RB/WR K WR/DE OL S DB OL FB WR WR WR RB DB WR RB RB OL DE WR LB DB DL QB WR RB WR RB OL OL

Hometown/High School Reading, PA/Antietam Dallastown, PA/Dallastown Pottstown, PA/Pottstown Gettysburg, PA/Gettysburg Fort Washington, PA/Upper Dublin Williamstown, NJ/Williamstown West Chester, PA/East Harleysville, PA/Souderton Drexel Hill, PA/Cardinal O’Hara York, PA/ Northeastern Sickerville, NJ / Timber Creek/ Assumption Abington, PA/Abington Bensalem, PA/Bensalem Pottsville, PA/Nativity B.V.M. Hummelstown, PA/Central Dauphin Pottstown, PA/Pottsgrove Ridley, PA/Ridley Pottstown, PA/Owen J. Roberts Philadelphia, PA/Germantown Medford, NJ/Seneca Media, PA/Penncrest Philadelphia, PA/George Washington Red Hill, PA/Upper Perkiomen Warminster, PA / William Tennent Hanover, PA/Delone Catholic West Grove, PA/Avon Grove Mountville, PA/Penn Manor Slatington, PA/Northern Lehigh Ephrata, PA/Ephrata Pottsville, PA/Pottsville Area Easton, PA/Wyoming Seminary State College, PA/State College West Lawn, PA / Wilson West Lawn/ Pitt Yeadon, PA/Penn Wood Downingtown, PA/Downingtown West Secane, PA/Ridley Minersville, PA/Minersville Lititz, PA/Warwick Philadelphia, PA/Frankford East Stroudsburg, PA/East Stroudsburg N. Germansville, PA/Northwestern Lehigh Honesdale, PA/Western Wayne Columbia, PA/Columbia Cocalico, PA/Cocalico Feasterville, PA/Neshaminy Lititz, PA/Manheim Township Hatboro, PA/Hatboro-Horsham Reading, PA/Reading York, PA/York Suburban Philadelphia, PA/Delaware Valley Charter Philadelphia, PA/Father Judge Gordan, PA/ North Schuylkill Langhorne, PA/Neshaminy

head coach: Raymond Monica (5th year) Assistant Coaches: Dennis Iezzi (Defensive Coordinator), Drew Folmar (Quarterbacks/Offensive Coordinator), Rich Burkett (Outside Safeties), Fred Endy (Tight Ends), Steve Heck (Wide Receivers), Tim Tobin (Defensive Line/Kickers), Ray Yanuzzi (Offensive Line and Academic Coordinator) and Tyler Boudreau (Graduate Assistant and Defensive Ends). 2 0 1 1 Ku t z t o w n U n i v e r s i t y F o o t b a ll

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2011 Season Preview The Kutztown University football team will enter the 2011 season nationally

With junior quarterback Kevin Morton, who was a Super Region I finalist for

ranked, and featuring one of the nation’s best offenses along with a young,

the Harlon Hill Trophy, returning along with most his offensive personnel from

but talented defense.

2010, excitement is escalating. Kutztown was one of the most explosive

With 65 returning players from a memorable season, the Golden Bears were selected to finish second in the Eastern Division of the Pennsylvania State

offensive teams in the nation, finishing ninth overall in scoring (38.8), 15th in passing (302.7), 16th in passing efficiency (153.73), and 26th in total offense (424.8). The Golden

Athletic Conference (PSAC) in the

Bears scored 30 or more points in

2011 pre-season coaches’ poll. It’s the

11 games, including the first 10

highest the Golden Bears have been

contests of the year. Kutztown also

picked in a PSAC pre-season poll since

topped the 50-point mark twice, the

2001 when they were also second.

first time the Golden Bears accom-

“Being picked second is a direct

plished that feat in the same season

reflection of the number of guys we

since 1923.

have returning and having a lot of

Morton, who set a single-season program

playmakers on both sides of the

record for touchdown passes (38) and

football,” Kutztown University head

total yards (3,633), was named the

football coach Raymond Monica said.

PSAC East Offensive Player of the Year.

“This ranking is a reflection of where

He finished the year ranked 11th na-

our program is right now. We realize

tionally in total offense (324.5) and

that once the season starts, it doesn’t

16th in passing efficiency (154.0).

matter where you’re picked in the

Morton enters the 2011 season with

preseason because it’s going to come

a streak of 17 straight games of

down to our on-field performance.

throwing a touchdown pass. He is

Our goal is to stay focused and con-

second all-time on the Kutztown list

tinue to get better each day.”

with 53 touchdown passes.

In addition, Kutztown has earned

Morton’s performance in 2010 was

preseason national recognition from a

the third-highest total offensive output

pair of respected football publications.

in PSAC history (behind only former

The Golden Bears are ranked 10th

Harlon Hill Trophy winner Jimmy Ter-

by Lindy’s Sports College Football and 21st by Sporting News College Football. In 2010, the Golden Bears enjoyed the best year in the 95-season history of the football program by setting a school record for wins in a season (10), conference victories (six), and points scored (466). In finishing with a 10-2 overall record, Kutztown earned the No. 1 seed in the NCAA Division II Super Region I playoffs and finished the season ranked 13th in the American Football Coaches Associations (AFCA) and 14th in the d2football.com top 25 poll. “It was an exciting year and a lot of fun,” Monica said. “I know a lot of fans called me and shared with me that they enjoyed everything. However, last year is over. What we did in 2010 is not going to win one football game for us this upcoming season. The bottom line is what everyone has done during the spring and summer to get better individually and as a team.”

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williger) and the fourth-highest total passing yards in league history. Morton also completed the third-most passes in conference history and had the fifth-most touchdown passes. Morton has his entire wide receiving corps from last season returning in junior Chris McCormick, senior Josh Smith, senior Erik Frazier, and junior Colby Tuell. Each player caught at least 42 passes last season. Junior Josh Mastromatto hauled in 30 passes and scored 14 touchdowns (eight rushing and six receiving). Joining Mastromatto in the backfield will be sophomore Curtis Wortham and senior transfer from the University of Connecticut Robbie Frey, who returned a kickoff for a touchdown in the Tostito’s Fiesta Bowl against Oklahoma. “We have a chance to be good on offense, but last year is last year,” Monica said. “We’re more concerned with what we’re going to look like this year.


2011 Season Preview There is intense competition for both of the linebacker spots, several de-

Projected Starters Subject to Change

fensive back positions and one of the defensive ends. The only returning linebacker who has any experience is senior John Kreuer, a key member of the special teams’ unit last season. Kreuer didn’t see many snaps last year

OFFENSE

DEFENSE

because Joel Irwin and Greg Rotkowski were on the field for a majority of

QB — Kevin Morton

DE — Bill McMonigle

the time.

RB — Josh Mastromatto

N — Jason Henshaw

Other players battling for spots are sophomore Matt Connors, and sopho-

FB — Justin Michalak

T

more Andrew Hodges. They’ve enjoyed strong spring practices. Senior Brad

— Colin Henny

WR — Colby Tuell

R — Brad Engle

Engle has shown plenty of signs of being an impact player and a good pass

WR — Chris McCormick

WLB — Matt Connors

rusher. In the secondary, senior Geoff Mock had a real good scrimmage.

WR — Erik Frazier

MLB — John Kreuer

Defensive backs who could see plenty of action include red-shirt freshman

TE — Justin Clark

WS — Jason UImer

Alex Nicolino, sophomore Corey Harris, red-shirt freshman Greg Carroll,

LT — Aaron McGlynn

SS — Cory Darby

junior Cory Darby and sophomore Francis Lally.

LG — Nick Maloney

or Francis Lally

C — John Zavorski

FS — Alex DiNolfi

RG — Rob Kee

BC — Geoffrey Mock

RT — Chris Oliver

FC — Alex Nicholino or Chris Davidson

The Golden Bear special teams unit will be different this season with the departure of first team PSAC East kicker and punter Matt Dineen. Sophomore Jack Rugierri will handle the kicking duties and sophomore Nathan Fehr will take care of the punting responsibilities. “Last year’s team had great chemistry and leadership,” Monica said. “I am looking forward to seeing how we develop as the season goes along. There

“The wide receivers have picked up where they left off last season and the

is some maturity to this football team. It’s nice that the coaches have

players like Troy Foster have gotten better. Justin Michilak continues to get

showed tremendous respect for our program with that pre-season ranking,

better at fullback and he brings a toughness to the team.”

but the bottom line is where you end up at the end of the season.”

Anchoring the offensive line is junior left tackle Aaron McGlynn, a second team

Kutztown begins its season on the road on Saturday, Sept. 3 against Saint

All-PSAC East first team selection in 2010. Junior right tackle Chris Oliver

Anselm College. Kickoff is at 1 p.m.

is expected to rebound from a season-ending injury in 2010 to provide leadership. Junior right guard Rob Kee, junior center John Zavorski, and sophomore right guard Nick Maloney are experienced players, who will be able to protect Morton and open holes for the running game. Defensively, the Golden Bears will have to replace three first-team All-PSAC East players along with a couple of key leaders from a unit that ranked better against the run than the pass, which included leading the PSAC in fumble recoveries. Leading the returners on defense are senior defensive linemen Jason Henshaw, Bill McMonigle and Colin Henny along with junior defensive backs Alex DiNolfi and Jason Ulmer. Ulmer is the Golden Bears’ leading returning tackler. He had 61 tackles. DiNolfi scored two touchdowns last season on fumble recoveries. He’s moving to free safety this season. McMonigle had 48 tackles. Henshaw and Henny combined to make 82 tackles and four quarterback sacks. “Defensively, we have a lot of holes to fill,” Monica said. “I believe we have some young guys that have played some football around here who can step in and do some good things. I think you will see the defense improve

2010 SEASON RESULTS Aug. 29 @ St. Anselm

41 - 0 W

Sept. 4 Mercyhurst

35 - 14 W

Sept. 18 @ Lock Haven

38 - 13 W

Sept. 25 @ Cheyney

52 - 14 W

Oct. 2 Shippensburg Oct. 9

@ East Stroudsburg

33 - 24 W 38 - 31 W

Oct. 16 Millersville

38 - 28 W

Oct. 23 C.W. Post

50 - 48 W

Oct. 30 West Chester

45 - 23 W

Nov. 6

35 - 61 L

@ Bloomsburg

Nov. 13 @ Gannon

27 - 24 W

Nov. 27 Shepherd* 34 - 41 L *NCAA Division II Super Region I second round game.

as the year goes on.”

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2011 Returnees Ryan bailey 5-7 | 200 | Senior

Long Snapper Boiling Springs, PA (Boiling Springs) Major: Computer Science

Participation 2008 2009 2010 Total

G 9 5 8 22

2010 highlights: Saw playing time in all 11 games as the long snapper. Key part of a field goal and extra point unit that accounted for 82 points (eight field goals, 58 extra points). Has played in every game during his

Kutztown career. 2009: Saw playing time in all 11 games as the long snapper in his sophomore season. 2008: Bailey played in 11 games as a freshman. Honors: 2008-09 PSAC Scholar-Athlete High School Highlights: Bailey was a two-year varsity letterwinner at Boiling Springs. He also was an honor roll member in the classroom.

Greg Carroll 5-10 | 180 | Sophomore

CAREER STATISTICS RUSHING 2008 2009 2010 Total PASSING 2008 2009 2010 Total

G ATT YDS TD LG AVG/C AVG/G 5 1 -4 0 0 -4.0 -0.8 4 0 0 0 0 0.0 O.O 12 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 21 1 -4 0 0 -4.0 -0.8 G ATT CMP INT YDS TD LG PCT AVG/P AVG/G EFFIC 5 5- 2- 1 5 0 5 40.0 1.0 1.0 8.4 4 0- 0- 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 12 0- 0- 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 21 5- 2- 1 5 0 5 40.0 1.0 1.0 8.4

total offense 2008 2009 2010 Total

G rush pass 5 -4 5 4 0 0 12 0 0 21 -4 5

total 1 0 0 1

Receiving g no. yds td lg 2008 5 0 0 0 0 2009 4 0 0 0 0 2010 12 3 40 1 28 Total 21 3 40 1 28 Kick returns g 2008 5 2009 4 2010 12 Total 21

no. yds 0 0 0 0 1 -1 1 -1

All-purpose g rush 2008 5 -4 2009 4 0 2010 12 0 Total 21 1 scoring g 2008 5 2009 4 2010 12 Total 21

avg/g 0.2 0.0 0.0 0.0

rec/g 0.0 0.0 0.2 0.2

avg/c avg/g 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 13.3 3.3 13.3 3.3

td lg AVG/r avg/g 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 -1.0 -0.1 0 0 -1.0 -0.1

rec pr 0 0 0 0 40 0 40 0

kr 0 0 -1 -1

ir 0 0 0 0

total avg/g -4 -0.8 0 0.0 39 3.2 35 1.7

td rush pass retn pat 2pat fg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

total avg/g 0 0.0 0 0.0 6 0.5 6 0.3

Cornerback Unionville, PA (Unionville)

MAtt Connors

Major: Undecided

5-11 | 210 | Sophomore

Linebacker Mechanicsburg, PA (Trinity) Major: Leisure and Sport Studies

Justin Clark 6-3 | 225 | Senior

Tight End Kennett Square, PA (Kennett) Major: Leisure and Sport Studies

2010 highlights: Played in

Participation TACKLES G UA A Total TFL-Yds pd ff fr blkd 2010 8 2 2 4 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Total 18 2 2 4 0.0-0 0 0 0 0

eight games and finished the season with four tackles. He

had a season-high two stops in NCAA playoff contest against Shepherd. He also had a tackle each against West Chester and Gannon. 2010 highlights: Finished the season with three catches for 40 yards. He caught his first career touchdown against West Chester (a 3-yard reception). The following week against Bloomsburg, Clark hauled in a

Brian Cooper 5-10 | 203 | Sophomore

career-best 28-yard reception. Clark saw action in every game for the 2009: Saw action in four games for the Golden Bears in his sophomore

Wide Receiver

season. 2008: Clark, a redshirt-freshman, played in five games for the

Hellertown, PA (Wilson Area)

Golden Bears. 2007: Clark redshirted as a freshman.

Major: Business/Finance

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2011 Returnees Cody Cooper

alex dinolfi

6-0 | 185 | Sophomore

5-9 | 165 | Junior

Linebacker

Defensive Back

Elizabethtown, PA (Upper Dauphin)

Norristown, PA (Norristown)

Major: Sociology

Major: Business

2010 highlights: Started

Participation

cory darby 6-4 | 193 | Sophomore

Strong Safety District Heights, MD (Wise/St. Augustine’s) Major: Undecided

2010 highlights: Played in

Participation TACKLES G UA A Total TFL-Yds pd ff fr blkd 2010 5 3 3 6 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Total 5 3 3 6 0.0-0 0 0 0 0

five games and made his first

TACKLES 2008 2010 Total

G UA A Total TFL-Yds pd ff fr blkd 8 0 1 1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 12 30 9 39 1.0-4 7 1 3 0 20 30 10 40 1.0-4 7 1 3 0

interceptions 2008 2010 Total all-purpose 2008 2010 Total scoring 2008 2010 Total

G 8 12 20

G NO yds td lg avg/r avg/g 8 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 12 2 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 20 2 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 G Rush rec pr kr ir total avg/g 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 20 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0

td rush pass retn pat 2pat fg total avg/g 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 12 1.0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 12 0.6

all 12 games. He finished the season with 39 tackles, two interceptions, three fumble recoveries and a forced fumble. DiNolfi also had five breakups. DiNolfi returned two of his fumble recoveries for touchdowns, a 48-yarder against Cheyney and a 38-yarder against

start against Gannon in regular

East Stroudsburg. DiNolfi had a season-high eight tackles against Bloomsburg

season finale. He finished the season with six tackles, five of which came

and Shepherd. He also had two interceptions, four tackles and three pass

against Gannon. Darby also had a tackle against Cheyney.

breakups in a victory over Gannon. That effort earned DiNolfi PSAC East Defensive Player of the Week honors. 2009: DiNolfi played in eight games at cornerback as a freshman, recording one tackle.

Chris Davidson 6-0 | 180 | Junior

JAke dunn 6-1 | 193 | Sophomore

Defensive Back Lancaster, PA (Lampeter-Strasburg) Major: Criminal Justice

Wide Receiver Coaldale, PA (Panther Valley) Major: Undecided

Career Statistics TACKLES G UA A Total TFL-Yds pd ff fr blkd 2010 12 5 2 7 0.0-0 1 0 0 0 Total 12 5 2 7 0.0-0 0 0 0 0

2010 highlights: Saw action in every game and finished with seven tackles and one intercep-

interceptions G No yds td lg avg/r avg/g 2010 12 1 16 0 16 16.0 1.3 Total 12 1 16 0 16 16.0 1.3

tion. Had a memorable debut

brad engle

against Saint Anselm in which

6-1 | 220 | Senior

All-purpose G rush rec pr kr ir total avg/g 2010 12 0 0 0 0 16 16 1.3 Total 12 0 0 0 0 16 16 1.3

he finished with two stops and returned an interception for

16 yards. He also had two tackles each at East Stroudsburg and Gannon.

Linebacker York, PA (William Penn) Major: Undecided

2010 highlights: Saw action in 11 games and finished with 11 tackles. Two of his tackles were for losses. Engle had three tackles and 1.5 sacks against Lock Haven, both of which were season highs. Engle also had a pair of

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2011 Returnees tackles each against Shippens-

Participation TACKLES 2009 2010 Total

G 1 11 12

UA A Total TFL-Yds pd 0 0 0 0.0-0 0 5 6 11 1.5-4 0 5 6 11 1.5-4 0

sacks 2009 2010 Total

G ua 1 0 11 1 12 1

a 0 1 1

total yds 0.0 0 1.5 4 1.5 4

ff 0 0 0

fr blkd 0 0 0 0 0 0

troy foster

burg, Bloomsburg and Gannon.

6-1 | 160 | Sophomore

2009: Received playing time against Cheyney in his sopho-

Defensive Back

more season.

Chester, PA (Ridley) Major: Criminal Justice

Nathan Fehr 6-3 | 200 | Junior

Kicker/Punter Bernville, PA (Conrad Weiser) Major: Criminal Justice

Mike Fitzpatrick 6-2 | 305 | Sophomore

Defensive Tackle

2010highlights:Saw

Participation receiving 2009 2010 Total TACKLES 2009 2010 Total

G rec yds 1 0 0 11 10 91 11 10 91

rec/g 0.0 0.9 0.9

avg/c avg/g 0.0 0.0 9.1 9.1 9.1 8.3

G UA A Total TFL-Yds pd ff fr blkd 1 0 0 0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 10 0 1 1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 11 0 1 1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0

kick returns 2009 2010 Total

G 1 10 11

all-purpose 2009 2010 Total

G rush 1 0 10 0 11 0

scoring 2009 2010 Total

td lg 0 0 1 17 1 17

G 1 10 11

no. yds 0 0 1 8 1 8

td lg 0 0 0 8 0 8

rec pr 0 0 91 0 91 0

kr 0 8 8

avg/r avg/g 0.0 0.0 8.0 0.8 8.0 0.7 ir 0 0 0

total avg/G 0 0.0 99 9.9 99 9.0

td rush pass retn pat 2pat fg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

total avg/g 0 0.0 6 0.6 6 0.5

action in 10 games and finished with 10 catches for 91 yards. Foster caught his only touchdown of the season in KU’s playoff game against Shepherd. He caught a season-high four passes for 34 yards against Shepherd. Foster also had three

Horsham, PA (Hatboro-Horsham)

catches for 48 yards against East Stroudsburg, including a season-best

Major: Finance

17-yard catch. He caught one pass each in games against Shippensburg, West Chester and Gannon.

chase fraley 6-1 | 260 | Sophomore

Offensive Line Columbia, PA (Southern Columbia) Major: Undecided

Participation 2009 2010 Total

G 1 3 4

2010 highlights: Played in three games. 2009: Redshirted. High School: Fraley was a two-year varsity letter winner at Southern Columbia High School. He was a member of the 2006 State and District IV Championship team and

2008 District IV Champions. Fraley was named the team offensive line MVP as well as PIAA Class A second team selection. He received first team honors by the PHAC II, and was a two-time Reading Eagle All-Anthracite team selection.

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2011 Returnees erik frazier jr.

daniel gay

5-9 | 185 | Senior

6-1 | 195 | Sophomore

Wide Receiver

Wide Receiver

Philadelphia, PA (Germantown)

York, PA (West York)

Major: Leisure and Sport Studies

Major: Secondary Education

2010 highlights:

Participation rushing G att yds 2010 12 1 15 Total 12 1 15 total offense 2010 Total

td lg 0 15 0 15

G rush pass 12 15 0 12 15 0

total 15 15

2010 highlights: Saw action in 10 games and was a

Participation

Started all 12 games and

avg/c avg/g 15.0 1.2 15.0 1.2

2010 Total

led Kutztown with 64

critical part of Kutztown’s special teams.

G 10 10

catches for 935 yards.

avg/g 1.2 1.2

He also caught seven

Jake Grove

rec/g 5.3 5.3

avg/c avg/g 14.6 77.9 14.6 77.9

touchdown passes. In

td lg 0 17 0 17

avg/r avg/g 9.1 5.3 9.1 5.3

excellence, Frazier had

Defensive Back

one carry for 15 yards

ir 0 0

total avg/g 1014 84.5 1014 84.5

Boiling Springs, PA (Boiling Springs)

against Mercyhurst and

Major: Human Kinetics

scoring G td rush pass retn pat 2pat fg 2010 12 7 0 7 0 0 0 0 Total 12 7 0 7 0 0 0 0

total avg/g 42 3.5 42 3.5

seven kickoff returns.

receiving 2010 Total

G rec yds 12 64 935 12 64 935

kick returns 2010 Total

G 12 12

all-purpose 2010 Total

G rush 12 15 12 15

td lg 7 70 7 70

no yds 7 64 7 64

rec pr 935 0 935 0

kr 64 64

6-0 | 185 | Sophomore

addition to his receiving

finished with 64 yds on Frazier made his mark

2010 highlights: Saw action in two games against

Participation

catching the ball, finishing with at least seven catches in four games. He had a

2010 Total

season best nine catches against Millersville. He had seven receptions each in

Millersville and Gannon.

G 2 2

games against Mercyhurst, CW Post and Bloomsburg. Frazier had five catches for a season-high 111 yards against Gannon. He also had a season best 70-

Tyler groves

yard reception during the Gannon contest. He had 99 receiving yards on six

6-1 | 226 | Junior

catches against Shippensburg, 98 on five grabs against Lock Haven, and 94 yards on seven receptions against Mercyhurst. He had at least one reception for

Linebacker

30 or more yards in Kutztown’s first four games: 39 against Saint Anselm, 31

Toms River, NJ (Toms River)

against Mercyhurst, 42 against Lock Haven, and 36 against Cheyney. Frazier had

Major: Physiology

two touchdown catches each in games against Millersville and Shippensburg. He had a season-high 17-yard kickoff return against West Chester. He was one of three Golden Bears to finish with over 1,000 all-purpose yards (1,014). Fra-

2010 highlights:

Participation

zier had four games this year in which he had more than 100 all-purpose yards: Mercyhurst (109), Shippensburg (105), CW Post (117) and Gannon (111). Honors: 2nd team All-PSAC East.

Matthew Galloway 5-10 | 170 | Junior

Defensive Back Elverson, PA (St. Pius X) Major: Criminal Justice

TACKLES 2008 2009 2010 Total

G UA A Total TFL-Yds pd ff fr blkd 1 0 0 0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 5 1 1 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 11 5 2 7 1.0-4 1 0 0 0 17 6 3 9 1.0-4 1 0 0 0

sacks 2008 2009 2010 Total

G ua 1 0 5 0 11 1 17 1

a 0 0 0 0 G 1 5 11 17

no yds 0 0 1 7 0 0 1 7

all-purpose 2008 2009 2010 Total

G rush 1 0 5 0 11 0 17 0

games and finished with seven tackles. He had a season best

total yds 0.0 0 0.0 0 1.0 4 1.0 4

kick returns 2008 2009 2010 Total

He saw action in 11

two stops against Saint Anselm, including a td lg 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 7

rec pr 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

kr 0 7 0 7

ir 0 0 0 0

avg/r avg/g 0.0 0.0 7.0 1.4 0.0 0.0 7.0 0.4

sack and a tackle

total avg/g 0 0.0 7 1.4 0 0.0 7 0.4

quarterback hurry and

for loss. Also in that game, Grove, had a a pass breakup. 2009: Played in five games

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2011 Returnees as a freshman, finishing with two tackles. High School: Groves was an All-

2008: As a redshirt-freshman, Henny played in nine games for the Golden

Division, All-County and All-Shore player at Toms River East High School.

Bears. He racked up 14 tackles, including three for a loss, and 1/2 a sack. 2007: Redshirted. High School: An honor roll student from 9th-12th grade.

corey harris

Henny also played in the Tri-County All-Star Game his senior year.

5-8 | 172 | Sophomore

Jason Henshaw

Defensive Back

6-0 | 290 | Senior

York, PA (West York) Major: Undecided

Defensive Tackle West Chester, PA (Henderson) Major: Speech Communication

2010 highlights: Started

Participation TACKLES G UA A Total TFL-Yds pd ff fr blkd 2010 11 35 4 39 2.0-8 8 0 1 0 Total 11 35 4 39 2.0-8 8 0 1 0 sacks 2010 Total

11 games and finished with 39 tackles. Harris had a career best six tackles against East

G ua a total yds 11 1 0 1.0 7 11 1 0 1.0 7

Stroudsburg. He recovered a

fumble and had a pass breakup against Saint Anselm. Overall, he finished with eight pass breakups, including two against Millersville. Harris notched his only sack of the season against CW Post.

colin henny 6-4 | 260 | Senior

2010 highlights: Started

Participation TACKLES 2008 2009 2010 Total

G UA A Total TFL-Yds pd ff fr blkd 8 3 1 4 1.5-9 0 0 0 0 11 16 11 27 2.0-7 1 1 0 0 12 31 15 46 1.5-2 0 2 1 0 31 50 27 77 5.0-18 1 3 1 0

sacks 2008 2009 2010 Total

G ua 8 0 11 0 12 1 31 1

a 1 1 0 2

every game and finished with 46 tackles, which was tied for ninth on the team. Henshaw had a season-high six tack-

total yds 0.5 5 0.5 5 1.0 1 2.0 11

les against Shippensburg. He also had five games where he

made five tackles (Cheyney, East Stroudsburg, Millersville, Bloomsburg and Shepherd). He notched his only sack of the season against Bloomsburg, and forced a pair of fumbles in games against Cheyney and East Strouds-

Defensive Tackle

burg. Henshaw also recovered a fumble against East Stroudsburg. He also

Lititz, PA (Warwick)

had a pair of quarterback hurries against Saint Anselm. 2009: Recorded

Major: Accounting/Finance

27 tackles, including two tackles for loss. Had a season-high four tackles in the season opener against Saint Anselm, where he also recorded his only sack of the season. 2008: Henshaw played in eight games with one start

Participation TACKLES 2008 2009 2010 Total

G UA A Total TFL-Yds pd ff fr blkd 9 5 9 14 2.0-3 0 0 1 0 10 9 8 17 1.0-3 1 0 0 0 12 20 26 46 5.0-16 5 1 1 0 31 34 43 77 8.0-22 6 1 2 0

sacks 2008 2009 2010 Total

G ua 9 0 10 1 12 1 31 2

a 1 0 4 5

total yds 0.5 2 1.0 3 3.0 14 4.5 19

2010 highlights: Started

as a redshirt-freshman. He had four tackles, two for loss and a 1/2 sack.

every game and finished with

2007: Redshirted.

46 tackles, which was ninth on the team. Henny had a season-high seven tackles

Jeremy Hoke 5-11 | 201 | Sophomore

against Shepherd in an NCAA playoff game. He also had six

Linebacker

stops each in games against Lock Haven, Shippensburg, and West Chester.

Pottsville, PA (Pottsville)

Henny finished with three sacks, finishing with one each against Mercy-

Major: Undecided

hurst, Lock Haven, and Shippensburg. He forced a fumble against East Stroudsburg and recovered another against Cheyney. Henny ended the season with five pass breakups. 2009: Played in 10 games on the defensive line in his sophomore season. Henny made 17 tackles on the season, nine of which were solo and one sack. He had a season high five tackles against Millersville and three against Saint Anselm and Clarion to begin the season.

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2011 Returnees

Participation 2009 2010 Total

G 0 4 4

Justin horan

Tyler Kennedy

5-11 | 200 | Sophomore

5-10 | 215 | Sophomore

Linebacker

Linebacker

Gettysburg, PA (Gettysburg)

Abington, PA (Abington)

Major: Criminal Justice

Major: Secondary Educ./Social Studies

2010 highlights: Saw action in four games against Saint Anselm, Mercyhurst, Shippensburg, and West Chester.

brandon kline

2009: Red-shirted.

6-5 | 275 | Sophomore

Offensive Tackle matt kaminskas

Lebanon, PA (Cedar Crest)

6-3 | 235 | Junior

Major: Leisure and Sport Studies

Defensive Line Wayne, PA (Conestoga) Major: Elementary Education John Kreuer 6-2 | 225 | Senior

2010 highlights: Played in

Participation TACKLES G UA A Total TFL-Yds pd ff fr blkd 2010 11 3 1 4 1.0-1 0 0 0 0 Total 11 3 1 4 1.0-1 0 0 0 0

Linebacker

11 games and finished with

York, PA (York Suburban)

four tackles. He had a tackle

Major: Criminal Justice

for a loss against Lock Haven. The other games in which he recorded a tackle in was Saint Anselm, CW Post, and West Chester.

ROB KEE 6-2 | 276 | Senior

Offensive Lineman Chalfont, PA (Central Bucks South) Major: Business

Participation TACKLES 2009 2010 Total

G UA A Total TFL-Yds pd ff fr blkd 10 4 1 5 1.0-2 0 0 0 0 12 20 15 35 0.0-0 1 1 0 0 22 24 16 40 1.0-2 1 1 0 0

2010 highlights: Saw action in every game and collected 35 tackles. He was one of KU’s top special team performers. Kreuer

had one pass breakup against Saint Anselm and a forced fumble against Bloomsburg. Kreuer had a season-high six tackles against Gannon. He had five tackles each against Lock Haven, Cheyney, and C.W. Post. Started nine games along the offensive line. 2009: Played in every game as a sophomore.

Participation 2010 Total

G 12 12

2010 highlights: Started every game along the offensive line. His effort helped Kutztown enjoy its best season in school history. 2009: Made his only appearance

Kreuer finished with five tackles, including a tackle for loss against C.W. Post. 2008: As a redshirt-freshman, Kreuer received playing time in three games. 2007: Redshirted.

in a start on the offensive line against West Chester in his sophomore season. High School: Kee was a first team All-Conference player at Central Bucks South High School. He also was a first team member of the PIAA Class AAAA All-State team and the All-Intelligencer team.

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2011 Returnees

Participation

Nick Kubacki

Josh Mastromatto

5-10 | 200 | Sophomore

5-8 | 155 | Junior

Running Back/Linebacker

Running Back

Reading, PA (Reading)

Fort Washington, PA (Upper Dublin)

Major: Elementary Education

Major: Undecided

2010 highlights: Saw action in two games.

2010 highlights:

Participation rushing G att yds 2010 12 84 445 Total 12 84 445

TACKLES G 2010 2 Total 2

total offense 2010 Total

francis lally 5-10 | 160 | Sophomore

Defensive Back Ashland, PA (Marion Catholic) Major: Criminal Justice

2010 highlights: Saw action

Participation TACKLES G UA A Total TFL-Yds pd ff fr blkd 2010 4 0 2 2 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Total 4 0 2 2 0.0-0 0 0 0 0

in four games and made two tackles, both against Saint Anselm.

td lg 8 66 8 66

G rush pass 12 445 0 12 445 0

Started every game

avg/c avg/g 5.3 37.1 5.3 37.1 total 445 445

and led Kutztown in all-purpose

avg/g 37.1 37.1

yards

(1,355), scoring (84)

TACKLES G UA A Total TFL-Yds pd ff fr blkd 2010 12 1 0 1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Total 12 1 0 1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0

and touchdowns (14).

receiving 2010 Total

G rec yds 12 30 315 12 30 315

td lg 6 39 6 39

Mastromatto also led

rec/g 2.5 2.5

avg/c avg/g 10.5 26.2 10.5 26.2

KU in kick returns with 24 for 590 yards.

Punt returns 2010 Total

G 12 12

no yds 2 5 2 5

td lg 0 3 0 3

avg/r avg/g 2.5 0.4 2.5 0.4

He averaged 24.6 yds

kick returns 2010 Total

G 12 12

no yds 24 590 24 590

td lg 0 51 0 51

avg/r avg/g 24.6 49.2 24.6 49.2

Golden Bears’ second

all-purpose 2010 Total

G rush 12 445 12 445

rec pr kr 315 5 590 315 5 590

ir 0 0

total avg/g 1355 112.9 1355 112.9

scoring G td rush pass retn pat 2pat fg 2010 12 14 8 6 0 0 0 0 Total 12 14 8 6 0 0 0 0

total avg/g 84 7.0 84 7.0

per return. He was the leading rusher with 445 yards on 84 carries. He scored eight rushing touchdowns and six receiving touchdowns.

nick maloney 6-3 | 270 | Junior

He ran for a career-high 104 yards and scored three touchdowns on seven carries in the Golden Bears’ season opening win against Saint Anselm. He rushed for 90 yards on 19 carries and caught a season-high six passes

Offensive Line

for 38 yards and a pair of touchdowns against East Stroudsburg. He had

Pottstown, PA (Pottstown)

a season-best 39-yard touchdown catch against Millersville. Mastromatto

Major: Criminal Justice

also ran for three scores and had a season best 51-yard kickoff return against CW Post. He had seven games in which he generated more than 100 yards of all-purpose yards: Saint Anselm (149), East Stroudsburg

2010 highlights: Played in

(175), Millersville (171), CW Post (149), West Chester (117), Bloomsburg

every game along the offensive

(115), and Gannon (144). Honors: All-PSAC East second team. 2009:

line. His effort helped Kutztown

Played in seven games in his freshman campaign at running back and

enjoy its best season in

on special teams. Mastromatto rushed for 118 yards on eight carries and

school history. 2009: Saw playing time on the offensive line in the last five

caught 11 passes for 204 yards. He made three catches for 105 yards in

games of his freshman season. Recorded a tackle against C.W. Post.

the season finale against Indiana, including a team-best 76 yard touchdown.

Participation TACKLES 2009 2010 Total

G UA A Total TFL-Yds pd ff fr blkd 5 1 0 1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 17 1 0 1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0

His two rushing touchdowns were tied for third on the team. He had six kick returns for 86 yards. Mastromatto finished with 408 all-purpose yards, which was fifth on the team. Mastromatto also caught two touchdowns in a game against Millersville. High School: Mastromatto was a running back and receiver while at Upper Dublin, he was named an American Conference MVP in 2008.

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2011 Returnees McCormick played for West Chester East High School and was named first BIll mccarty

team All-Ches-Mont and second team All-Area returner.

5-10 | 195 | Sophomore

Quarterback

aaron mcglynn

Williamstown, NJ (Williamstown)

6-5 | 315 | Senior

Major: Political Science Offensive Tackle Harleysville, PA (Souderton) Major: Physics chris mccormick 5-11 | 170 | Junior

2010 highlights: Played in

Participation

Wide Receiver West Chester, PA (East) Major: Undecided

TACKLES 2009 2010 Total

G UA A Total TFL-Yds pd 9 0 0 0 0.0-0 0 12 0 1 1 0.0-0 0 21 0 1 1 0.0-0 0

ff 0 0 0

fr blkd 0 0 0 0 0 0

every game and anchored the offensive line. Honors: All-PSAC East second team. 2009: Played

in nine games, while starting in six on the offensive line. High School: McGlynn was a three-time All-Conference selection at offensive tackle with 2010 highlights:

Participation rushing 2009 2010 Total

G att yds 11 3 -2 10 4 15 21 7 13

total offense 2009 2010 Total TACKLES 2009 2010 Total

td lg 0 6 0 8 0 8

G rush pass 11 -2 0 10 15 0 21 13 0

McCormick caught

avg/c avg/g -0.7 -0.2 3.8 1.5 1.9 0.6 total 6 15 13

avg/g -0.2 1.5 0.6

G UA A Total TFL-Yds pd ff fr blkd 11 1 0 1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 10 1 0 1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 21 2 0 2 0.0-0 0 0 0 0

receiving 2009 2010 Total

G rec yds 11 46 594 10 42 678 21 88 1272

td lg 6 79 8 67 14 79

rec/g 4.2 4.2 4.2

avg/c avg/g 12.9 54.0 16.1 67.8 14.5 60.6

eight touchdown pass-

Bill McMonigle

es, including a season

6-2 | 220 | Senior

best 67-yarder against West Chester. He had

Defensive End

three consecutive 100-

Drexel Hill, PA (Cardinal O’Hara)

yard receiving games

Major: Political Science

during the middle of the season against Millersville (10 catches,

Punt returns 2009 2010 Total

G 11 10 21

no yds 5 29 3 36 8 65

td lg 0 17 0 32 0 32

avg/r avg/g 5.8 2.6 12.0 3.6 8.1 3.1

109 yards), CW Post

kick returns 2009 2010 Total

G 11 10 21

no yds 3 27 4 63 7 90

td lg 0 15 0 17 0 17

avg/r avg/g 9.0 2.5 15.8 6.3 12.9 4.3

Chester (9-158). He

all-purpose 2009 2010 Total

G rush rec pr 11 -2 594 29 10 15 678 36 21 13 1272 65

kr 27 63 90

Souderton High School.

ir 0 0 0

total avg/g 648 58.9 792 79.2 1440 68.6

td rush pass retn pat 2pat fg 6 0 6 0 0 0 0 8 0 8 0 0 0 0 14 0 14 0 0 0 0

total avg/g 36 3.3 48 4.8 84 4.0

(6-125) and West had a pair of touchdown catches each

2010 highlights: Started every

Participation TACKLES 2009 2010 Total sacks 2009 2010 Total

G UA A Total TFL-Yds pd ff fr blkd 7 2 3 5 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 12 26 23 49 6.0-17 2 2 2 0 19 28 26 54 6.0-17 2 2 2 0 G ua 7 0 12 1 19 1

a 0 1 1

total yds 0.0 0 1.5 5 1.5 5

game and was seventh on the team with 48 tackles. Seven of his tackles were for losses. He forced fumbles against Cheyney and Bloomsburg. McMonigle recovered

against Cheyney and

fumbles against East Stroudsburg and West Chester. He had three quarter-

Bloomsburg. McCor-

back hurries. McMonigle had a season high seven tackles each against

mick also had four

Bloomsburg and Gannon. He had a sack and a quarterback hurry against

carries for 15 yards

Shippensburg. 2009: Saw playing time in seven games at defensive end

and he returned four kickoffs for 63 yards. McCormick’s season best kickoff

during his sophomore season. McMonigle finished with five tackles, including

return was 17 yards against Bloomsburg. He also had a 32-yard punt return

a season high two against Clarion. 2008: McMonigle saw playing time in seven

against Shippensburg. 2009: Played in all 11 games as a freshman, mak-

games his freshman year for the Golden Bears, he recorded three tackles.

ing a huge impact to the receiving corps. McCormick led the Golden Bears

High School: McMonigle was named a first team All-Catholic League and

in receptions (49), receiving (621) and touchdowns (seven). He finished

All-Delco player. He was the team’s MVP and the defensive MVP of the Delco

scoring 2009 2010 Total

G 11 10 21

seventh in the PSAC with his 4.31 reception per game average. Against East Stroudsburg, McCormick had four receptions for 107 yards with two touchdowns, including a team-best 79 yard touchdown catch. High School: 2 0 1 1 Ku t z t o w n U n i v e r s i t y F o o t b a ll

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2011 Returnees Hero Bowl. He also was second team All-City. Kevin Morton 6-1 | 190 | Junior

Quarterback Abington, PA (Abington) Major: Criminal Justice

Justin Michalak 6-0 | 230 | Sophomore

Fullback Major: Secondary Education

2010 highlights:

Participation rushing G att yds 2010 12 15 25 Total 12 15 25 total offense 2010 Total receiving 2010 Total

G rush pass 12 25 0 12 25 0

G rec yds 12 6 38 12 6 38

all-purpose 2010 Total

td lg 0 12 0 12

G rush 12 25 12 25

Played in every game

avg/c avg/g 1.7 2.1 1.7 2.1 total 25 25

td lg 0 13 0 13

rec/g 0.5 0.5

rec pr 38 0 38 0

kr 0 0

and finished with 25 yards on 15 carries.

avg/g 2.1 2.1

ir 0 0

2010 highlights:

Participation

Dover, PA (York)

He also caught six

avg/c avg/g 6.3 3.2 6.3 3.2

passes for 38 yards,

total avg/g 63 5.2 63 5.2

best 13 yarder against

including a careerShepherd in a NCAA

playoff game. Had a career best 17 yards on 10 carries against Saint Anselm. Michalak caught two passes for 10 yards against Gannon.

rushing 2009 2010 Total PASSING 2009 2010 Total

G att yds 8 84 224 12 94 261 20 178 485 G ATT 8 284 12 434 20 718

total offense 2009 2010 Total TACKLES 2009 2010 Total

avg/c avg/g 2.7 28.0 2.8 21.8 2.7 24.2

YDS TD 1921 15 3633 38 5554 53

LG 79 70 79

G rush pass 8 224 1921 12 261 3633 20 485 5554

He was named Pennsylvania State Athletic

PCT AVG/P AVG/G EFFIC 56.3 6.8 240.1 125.7 62.2 8.4 302.8 154.0 59.9 7.7 277.7 142.8

total 2145 3894 6039

G 8 12 20

G rush 8 224 12 261 20 485

rec pr 0 0 0 0 0 0

kr 0 0 0

Conference (PSAC) East Division Offensive Player of the Year. Morton established single-

avg/g 268.1 324.5 302.0

season school records

G UA A Total TFL-Yds pd ff fr blkd 8 1 0 1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 12 0 3 3 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 20 1 3 4 0.0-0 0 0 0 0

all-purpose 2009 2010 Total scoring 2009 2010 Total

CMP INT 160 7 270 16 430 23

td lg 3 63 6 64 9 64

ir 0 0 0

total avg/g 224 28.0 261 21.8 485 24.2

td rush pass retn pat 2pat fg 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 6 6 0 0 0 0 0 9 9 0 0 0 0 0

total avg/g 18 2.2 36 3.0 54 2.7

with 38 touchdown passes and 3,633 passing yards. He had six 300-yard passing games, including a career-high 451-yard and five touchdown performance against

West Chester. A two-time PSAC East Offensive Player of the Week, Morton led the PSAC in passing offense (302.8) and total offense (324.5). In

Geoffrey Mock

addition, Morton was a regional finalist for the Harlon Hill Award. Morton

5-10 | 175 | Senior

was also named to the Daktronics and Don Hansen Football Gazette second team All-Atlantic Region team. He threw at least one touchdown

Defensive Back Sicklerville, NJ (Timber Creek) Major: Political Science

pass in every game. 2009: Morton saw playing time in eight games, starting the final seven as a redshirt-freshman. He finished the season with 160 completions for 1,921 yards. Morton threw for over 300 yards in two of his last three games, including a season-high 356 against Indiana. He

2010 highlights: Saw

Participation receiving G 2010 8 Total 8

rec yds 1 0 1 0

td lg 0 0 0 0

rec/g 0.1 0.1

avg/c avg/g 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

action in eight games and made 18 tackles.

TACKLES G UA A Total TFL-Yds pd ff fr blkd 2010 8 12 6 18 1.0-1 6 0 0 0 Total 8 12 6 18 1.0-1 6 0 0 0

He had a season-high

kick returns 2010 Total

an interception that he

G 8 8

no yds 1 0 1 0

td lg 0 0 0 0

avg/r avg/g 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

interceptions G NO yds td lg avg/r avg/g 2010 8 1 40 0 40 40.0 5.0 Total 8 1 40 0 40 40.0 5.0 all-purpose 2010 Total

G 8 8

rush 0 0

rec pr 0 0 0 0

kr 0 0

ir 40 40

total avg/g 40 5.0 40 5.0

four stops along with returned for 40 yards against Shippensburg. Mock had a pair of pass breakups against Mercyhurst. Mock also

had three tackles each against Saint Anselm and Lock Haven.

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threw 12 of his 15 touchdown passes in the last four games of the season. Morton’s 224 rushing yards and three touchdowns ranked second on the team. His 63-yard touchdown run against Shippensburg was the second longest rush of the season for KU. High School: Morton was a PIAA AllState third team selection and an All-Suburban One League first team player with Abington High School.


2011 Returnees 2009 highlights: Played in all 11 games on the offensive line. Oliver started in Josh Muldowney 6-1 | 205 | Senior

Defensive Back

nine games, including each of the final four games of the season. 2008: The redshirt-freshman played in six games on the offensive line in the 2008 season for the Golden Bears.

Pottsville, PA (Nativity B.V.M.) Major: Leisure and Sport Studies

Nick Palmer 6-2 | 280 | Junior

Participation TACKLES 2009 2010 Total

G UA A Total TFL-Yds pd ff fr blkd 2 1 0 1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 11 3 3 6 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 13 4 3 7 0.0-0 0 0 0 0

2010 highlights: Saw action

Linebacker

in 11 games and was a key

Media, PA (Penncrest)

member of the KU special teams’

Major: Leisure and Sport Studies

unit. He finished the season

with six tackles. Muldowney had a season best three tackles against Cheyney. He also had two tackles against Bloomsburg. 2009: Saw action in two games, recording a solo tackle in the season finale against Indiana.

Participation TACKLES 2009 2010 Total

G 0 2 2

2010 highlights: Saw action in two games. High School: Palmer won the Maxwell Football Clubs Mini-Maxwell Award and was named to the All-Delco second team at Penncrest High School.

daniel mummau 6-3 | 220 | Sophomore

matt pirolli Tight End Hummelstown, PA (Central Dauphin) Major: Mathematics

5-10 | 175 | Sophomore

Wide Receiver Warminster, PA (William Tennent) Major: Secondary Education

alex nicolino 5-8 | 160 | Sophomore

JAck ruggieri Tight End Ridley, PA (Ridley) Major: Undecided

5-10 | 170 | Sophomore

Kicker West Grove, PA (Avon Grove) Major: Business

Chris Oliver 6-5 | 285 | Senior

Austin sahd Offensive Line Philadelphia, PA (Germantown) Major: Leisure and Sport Studies

5-11 | 168 | Sophomore

Wide Receiver Mountville, PA (Penn Manor) Major: Leisure and Sport Studies

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receiving 2009 2010 Total

6-1 | 220 | Sophomore

Fullback State College, PA (State College) Major: Fine Arts

Participation 2010 Total

G 4 4

2010 highlights:

Participation

Ian Smith

all-purpose 2009 2010 Total scoring 2009 2010 Total

2010 highlights: Saw action in four games. 2009: Redshirted.

G rec yds td lg 7 5 42 1 11 4 5 85 0 43 11 10 127 1 43

G 7 4 11

rec/g 0.7 1.2 0.9

G rush rec pr kr 7 0 42 0 0 4 0 85 0 0 11 0 127 0 0

avg/c avg/g 8.4 6.0 17.0 21.2 12.7 11.5

ir total avg/g 0 42 6.0 0 85 21.2 0 127 11.5

td rush pass retn pat 2pat fg 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

total avg/g 6 0.9 0 0.0 6 0.5

He was named the Offensive Most Improved Player following the annual Maroon-andGold Spring Game. He played in four games this season and caught five passes for 85 yds.

He had a career-high 43-yard catch against Mercyhurst. 2010 – 2011 Honors: Spring 2010 Dean’s List 2009: Saw action in seven games during his freshman campaign at Kutztown. Snyder had five catches for 42 yards and one touchdown reception. He had his touchdown catch against Slippery Rock and had a season high three receptions for 26 yards against Blooms-

JOsh Smith

burg Honors: 2008 – 2009 PSAC Scholar-Athlete. High School: Snyder was

6-4 | 215 | Junior

named a Class AAAA All-State wide receiver by PA Football News in 2008. Wide Receiver

He was named a Lancaster-Lebanon League first team wideout and defen-

West Lawn, PA (Wilson)

sive back his junior and senior year. He also was a distinguished honor roll

Major: Secondary Education

member at Warwick High School.

2010 highlights:

Participation receiving G rec yds 2010 12 52 696 Total 12 52 696

td lg 12 46 12 46

rec/g 4.3 4.3

avg/c avg/g 13.4 58.0 13.4 58.0

calvin spires 5-11 | 215 | Senior

Started every game and made an immed-

Running Back

TACKLES G UA A Total TFL-Yds pd ff fr blkd 2010 12 3 0 3 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Total 12 3 0 3 0.0-0 0 0 0 0

iate impact in his first

Philadelphia, PA (Frankford)

season from the Uni-

Major: Undecided

all-purpose 2010 Total

ir 0 0

total avg/g 696 58.0 696 58.0

versity of Pittsburgh.

scoring G td rush pass retn pat 2pat fg 2009 12 12 0 12 0 0 0 0 Total 12 12 0 12 0 0 0 0

total avg/g 72 6.0 72 6.0

as the Golden Bears’

2009 highlights: Spires rushed for 89 yards on 22 carries, while playing in

second leading receiver

nine games. He scored a touchdown in a win over Cheyney. Spires rushed for a

G rush 12 0 12 0

rec pr 696 0 696 0

kr 0 0

He finished the season

with 52 catches for 696 yards. He averaged 13.4 yards per catch and had

season high 31 yards against Clarion and Millersville.

12 touchdown catches. He had a memorable effort against Mercyhurst in which he caught six catches for 109 yards and three touchdowns. He also caught two touchdowns against Lock Haven, Shippensburg, and Shepherd. Smith had eight catches for 105 yards and a touchdown against Gannon. Smith also caught eight passes against Shepherd. He had a season best 46 yard catch against Bloomsburg.

Colby Tuell 5-10 | 165 | Junior

Wide Receiver Columbia, PA (Columbia) Major: Speech Communication

zach snyder 5-9 | 165 | Junior

2010 highlights: Started every game and was third on team with 45 catches Wide Receiver

for 651 yards. He averaged 14.5 yds per catch and scored three touchdowns.

Lititz, PA (Warwick)

Tuell caught a season-high six passes in games against Cheyney and Shepherd.

Major: Sports Management

He had a career high 119 receiving yards against Shepherd in the NCAA playoff game. In that game, Tuell caught a career-long catch that went

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2011 Returnees for 70 yds. His touch-

Participation receiving G rec yds 2009 9 12 144 2010 12 45 651 Total 21 57 795

td 0 3 3

lg 33 70 70

rec/g 1.3 3.8 2.7

avg/c avg/g 12.0 16.0 14.5 54.2 13.9 37.9

TACKLES G UA A Total TFL-Yds pd ff fr blkd 2009 9 0 0 0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 2010 12 0 1 1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Total 21 0 1 1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 all-purpose G rush 2009 9 0 2010 12 0 Total 21 0 scoring G 2009 9 2010 12 Total 21

rec pr kr 144 0 0 651 0 0 795 0 0

Jason ulmer

down catches were

6-0 | 180 | Senior

against Saint Anselm, CW Post, and Gannon.

Defensive Back

He had at least one

Feasterville, PA (Neshaminy)

double-digit reception

ir 0 0 0

total avg/g 144 16.0 651 54.2 795 37.9

td rush pass retn pat 2pat fg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0

total avg/g 0 0.0 18 1.5 18 0.9

Major: History

in nine games. 2009: Tuell saw action in nine games, while

2010 highlights:

starting in four at

Participation

wide receiver in his

TACKLES G UA A Total TFL-Yds pd ff fr blkd 2009 3 1 0 1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 2010 11 43 18 61 1.0-2 5 1 0 0 Total 14 44 18 62 1.0-2 5 1 0 0

freshman campaign. Tuell had 12 catches for 144 yards. He had four catches for 67 yards against West Chester, including a season-long 30 yard reception.High School: Tuell was Columbia High School’s leading receiver, catching 42 passes his senior season for 736 yards and 10 touchdowns. He averaged 17.5 yards per catch and 81.8 per game. He also had 135 yards rushing and a touchdown on five carries.

kick returns G 2009 3 2010 11 TotalL 14

no 0 3 3

interceptions G NO yds td 2009 3 0 0 0 2010 11 1 0 0 Total 14 1 0 0 all-purpose G rush 2009 3 0 2010 11 0 Total 14 0

Kyle ueberroth 6-4 | 225 | Junior

yds 0 28 28

td 0 0 0

lg 0 15 15

avg/r avg/g 0.0 0.0 9.3 2.5 9.3 2.0

lg avg/r avg/g 0 0.0 0.0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0.0 0.0

rec pr kr 0 0 0 0 0 28 0 0 28

ir 0 0 0

total avg/g 0 0.0 28 2.5 28 2.0

Saw action in 11 games and finished with 61 tackles, which was fifth on the team. Ulmer had two games with doubledigit tackles. He had 11 against East Stroudsburg and 10 against Mercyhurst. He also made nine tackles and

forced a fumble against CW Post. Ulmer had his only interception of the season against West Chester. 2009: Played in three games as a freshman, making a solo tackle against Shippensburg.

Linebacker Cocalico, PA (Cocalico) Major: Criminal Justice

Marshall Vogel 6-3 | 220 | Senior

Participation

2010 highlights: Saw playing

Quarterback

TACKLES G UA A Total TFL-Yds pd ff fr blkd 2009 8 0 1 1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 2010 12 6 6 12 1.0-5 0 0 0 0 Total 20 6 7 13 1.0-5 0 0 0 0

time in all 12 games as the

Hatboro, PA (Hatboro-Horsham)

long snapper. He finished with

Major: Elementary Education

sacks G 2009 8 2010 12 Total 20

ua 0 1 1

a 0 0 0

total 0.0 1.0 1.0

yds 0 5 5

12 tackles and had a seasonhigh four against Saint Anselm. He also had two stops each

against Shippensburg and Bloomsburg. 2009: Played in all 11 games in his freshman season and made a tackle against Slippery Rock. High School: Uberroth was a captain for Cocalico High School team which finished 10-2 and made it to second round of the PIAA District III playoffs. While at Cocalico he was a two-time second-team all-star and part of the 2009 TriCounty All-Star game. Along with football he was also part of the wrestling

2010 highlights:

Participation receiving G 2009 3 2010 3 Total 6

rec yds 1 13 0 0 1 13

all-purpose G 2009 3 2010 3 Total 6

rush 0 0 0

td 0 0 0

lg 13 0 13

rec/g 0.3 0.0 0.2

rec pr kr 13 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 0

avg/c avg/g 13.0 4.3 0.0 0.0 13.0 2.2 ir 0 0 0

total avg/g 13 4.3 0 0.0 13 2.2

Saw action in three games. 2009: Saw playing time in three games. Made one reception for 13 yards against C.W. Post.

team, where he was a Lancaster Lebanon League Section Two Wrestler of the Week in January.

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2011 Returnees Alex Wagner

ZACK YANKIEWICZ

6-3 | 200 | Freshman

6-5 | 288 | Senior

Wide Receiver

Offensive Line

Reading, PA (Reading)

Gordon, PA (North Schuylkill)

Major: Undecided

Major: Secondary Educ./History

2010 highlights: Saw action in one game. john zavorski 6-3 | 260 | Sophomore

Cody Waltimyer 6-0 | 185 | Freshman

Offensive Line Running Back

Langhorne, PA (Neshaminy)

York, PA (York Suburban)

Major: Business

Major: Leisure and Sports Studies 2010 highlights: Played in nine games and made four starts along 2010 highlights: Saw action in one game.

the offensive line for the Golden Bears. 2009: Redshirted. High School: Zavorski was a two-year varsity letter winner while at Neshaminy High School. He was named to the second-team All-League and All-Trentonian.

Curtis Wortham 5-6 | 160 | Sophomore

Running Back Philadelphia, PA (Father Judge) Major: Leisure and Sports Studies

2010 highlights:

Participation rushing G 2010 5 Total 5

att yds 10 61 10 61

td lg 1 15 1 15

total offense 2010 Total

G rush pass 5 61 0 5 61 0

all-purpose 2010 Total

G 5 5

Saw action in five

avg/c avg/g 6.1 12.2 6.1 12.2 total 61 61

games and finished with 61 yards on 10

avg/g 12.2 12.2

carries. He enjoyed

ir 0 0

total avg/g 61 12.2 61 12.2

his most productive

scoring G td rush pass retn pat 2pat fg 2010 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Total 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

total avg/g 6 1.2 6 1.2

when he ran for 48

rush 61 61

rec pr 0 0 0 0

kr 0 0

day against Cheyney yards and scored a

touchdown. One of his carries against Cheyney went for 15 yards. He carried the ball twice for seven yards against East Stroudsburg.

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2011 Newcomers Name

Ht.

Wt.

Pos.

Hometown/High School

Chad Barton

6-0

185

QB/DB

Hollidaysburg, PA/Hollidaysburg

Karolis Bimba

6-3

250

DE

Chalfont, PA/Central Bucks South

Shawn Brannon

6-0

175

S

Coatesville, PA/Coatesville Area

Kyle Brubaker

6-0

180

FS

Mechanicsburg, PA/Cumberland Valley

Drake Brumfield

5-8

160

S

Marietta, PA/Donegal

Jamie Crawford

6-0

270

OL

Reading, PA/Reading

John Devenney

6-0

270

OL

Lititz, PA/Warwick

Anthony DiNolfi

5-9

155

DB

Norristown, PA./Norristown Area

Sam Dixon-Dougan

5-10

185

LB

Secane, PA/Ridley

Nathan Falko

6-0

250

DE

Catasaqua, PA/Catasaqua

Pete Finegan

6-3

250

OL

Broomall, PA/Marple Newtown

Brett Fox

6-1

190

DB

Muhlenburg, PA/Muhlenburg

Robbie Frey

6-0

203

RB

Lehighton, PA/Lehighton

Tim Gamber

6-3

235

DE

Harrisburg, PA/Lower Dauphin

Vincent Garipoli

6-1

185

WR

Mohnton, PA/Governor Mifflin

Spencer Gay

5-11

170

P

Red Land, PA/Red Land

Adam Goeringer

6-1

205

LB

Dallas, PA/Dallas

Tim Hodge

6-5

250

DL

Erial, NJ/Gloucester Catholic

John Jackson

6-5

265

TE/DE

Chalfont, PA/Central Bucks South

Anthony Kelly

6-2

185

WR

Pottsville, PA/Pottsville

Kristian von Keil

6-3

250

LB

Macungie, PA/Emmaus

Tyler Lardy

6-1

185

DB

Gaithersburg, MD/Gaithersburg

Cameron Lipnicky

6-3

225

DE

Mechanicsburg, PA/Trinity

Josh Luckenbaugh

6-0

175

QB

Dallastown, PA/Dallastown

Travis Martin

6-4

265

DE

Gettysburg, PA/Gettysburg

Brett Moss

6-1

235

DE

Bensalem, PA/Bensalem

Chris Nester

6-2

235

OL

Pottstown, PA/Pottsgrove

Mike Nowak

6-2

265

C/DT

Pottstown, PA/Owen J. Roberts

Charlie Owl

6-2

175

P

Medford, NJ/Seneca

English Peay

5-10

170

CB

Philadelphia, PA/George Washington

Casey Perlstein

6-2

205

QB

Red Hill, PA/Upper Perkiomen

Kodi Reed

5-10

175

RB/WR

Hanover, PA/Delone Catholic

Carl Sahlberg

6-2

270

OL

Slatington, PA/Northern Lehigh

Zachary Sandoe

5-11

175

S

Ephrata, PA/Ephrata

Matt Shields

6-1

185

DB

Pottsville, PA/Pottsville Area

John Simon

6-0

290

OL

Easton, PA/Wyoming Seminary

Kali Smith

6-0

175

WR

Yeadon, PA/Penn Wood

Louis Smith, Jr.

6-2

172

WR

Downingtown, PA/Downingtown West

Shahaid Smith

5-6

160

RB

Secane, PA/Ridley

Adrian Sterling

5-7

165

RB

East Stroudsburg, PA/East Stroudsburg N.

Shelby Storm

6-2

260

OL

Germansville, PA/Northwestern Lehigh

Adam Thomas

6-1

220

DE

Honesdale, PA/Western Wayne

Alex Vigilante

6-0

250

DL

Lititz, PA/Manheim Township

Rashaan Walker

5-11

180

WR

Philadelphia, PA/Delaware Valley Charter

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2011 Opponents GAME 1

AT

St. Anselm

GAME 2

AT

Mercyhurst

Lock Haven

GAME 3

September 3 | 1pm

September 10 | 12pm

September 17 | 6:05pm

Grappone Stadium, Manchester, NH

Tullio Field, Erie, PA

University Field, Kutztown, PA

Enrollment:

1,985 Hawks Colors: Blue and White President: Jonathan Defelice Athletics Director: Dr. Jo-Ann E. Nester Stadium (Capacity): Grappone (4,500) Surface: Natural Head Coach: Patrick Murphy

Enrollment:

3,500 Lakers Colors: Green and Blue President: Dr. Thomas J. Gamble Athletics Director: Joe Kimball Stadium (Capacity): Tullio Field (2,300) Surface: Field Turf Head Coach: Marty Schaetzle

Enrollment:

Nickname:

Nickname:

Nickname:

Alma Mater: Northeastern ’96 Year: (@SAC/Career): 2nd/2nd Record: (@SAC/Career): 4-16/same Football Office Phone: (603) 656-6010

Last Year’s Record: 2-8, 1-6

Northeast 10 (KU leads 3-0)

Lettermen Returning/Lost: Starters Returning/Lost: SID: Phone: E-mail:

Eric Coplin (603) 641-7810 ecoplin@anselm.edu

1pm 1pm 7pm 1pm TBA TBA 1pm 1pm 1pm TBA

2010 Results Opponent

Sept 4 @ Kutztown Sept 11 @ Bryant Sept 18 BENTLEY Sept 25 PACE Oct 2 @ Merrimack Oct 9 AMERICAN INT’L Oct 23 @ Assumption Oct 30 STONEHILL nov 6 @ New Haven nov 13 @ S. Connecticut St

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 37/24

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 28/22

Starters Returning/Lost: 12/10

Starters Returning/Lost: 9/7

SID:

SID:

David Leisering (814) 824-2525 dleisering@mercyhurst.edu

Phone: E-mail:

2011 Schedule

Opponent

Result

L L L W L L L L W L

0 - 21 - 7 - 45 - 14 - 7 - 40 - 27 - 35 - 21 -

41 44 52 35 52 27 45 41 26 52

Last Year’s Record: 0-11, 0-7, PSAC West Series: 28th meeting First Meeting: 1930 (LHU 14-13) Last Meeting: 2010 (KU 38-13) Last LHU Win: 2002 (LHU21-14)

E-mail:

Sept 3 KUTZTOWN Sept 17 S. CONN. STATE Sept 23 @ Bentley Oct 1 MERRIMACK Oct 8 @ American Int’l Oct 15 @ Stony Brook Oct 22 @ Pace Oct 29 ASSUMPTION nov 5 @ Stonehill nov 12 NEW HAVEN

Date

PSAC West (MC leads 45-8-1)

Alma Mater: James Madison ‘96 Year: (@LHU/Career): 1st season/same Record: (@LHU/Career): 0-0/0-0 Football Office Phone: (570)484-2250

Series: 55th meeting First Meeting: 1937 (MC 16, KU 6) Last Meeting: 2010 (KU 35, MC 14) Last MC Win: 2007 (MC 21, KU 0)

Phone:

2011 Schedule Date

Alma Mater: Bucknell ‘83 Year: (@MC/Career): 8th/8th Record: (@MC/Career): 32-54/same Football Office Phone: (814) 824-2244

Last Year’s Record: 10-3, 6-1

Series: 4th meeting First Meeting: 2008 (KU 35, SA 0) Last Meeting: 2010 (KU 41-0)

5,105 Bald Eagles Colors: Crimson and White interim President: Dr. Barbara B. Dixon Athletics Director: Sharon E. Taylor Stadium (Capacity): Hubert Jack Stadium Surface: Artificial Head Coach: John Allen

Date

(LHU leads 15-12)

Doug Spatafore (570) 484-2350 dspatafo@lhup.edu

2011 Schedule

Opponent

Date Opponent

Sept 3 NOTRE DAME COLLEGE Sept 11 KUTZTOWN Sept 18 C.W. POST Sept 25 @ Lock Haven Oct 2 GANNON Oct 9 INDIANA Oct 16 EDINBORO Oct 23 @ California Oct 30 @ Slippery Rock Nov 6 @ Clarion Nov 13 @ Shippensburg

12 pm 12 pm 12 pm 3 pm 1 pm 12 pm 12 pm TBA 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm

2010 Results Date Opponent

Result

Aug 28 @ Notre Dame College Sept 11 @ Kutztown Sept 18 @ C.W. Post Sept 25 LOCK HAVEN Oct 2 @ Gannon Oct 9 @ Indiana Oct 16 @ Edinboro Oct 23 CALIFORNIA Oct 30 SLIPPERY ROCK Nov 6 CLARION Nov 13 BLOOMSBURG Nov 27 BLOOMSBURG Dec 3 SHEPHERD

W L W W L W W W W W W W L

23 - 14 - 28 - 41 - 10 - 28 - 22 - 31 - 21 - 38 - 56 - 28 - 14 -

0 35 20 0 14 27 21 21 13 14 37 14 49

Sept 11 MILLERSVILLE Sept 18 @ Kutztown Sept 25 MERCYHURST Oct 2 CALIFORNIA, PA Oct 9 @ Clarion Oct 16 @ Gannon Oct 23 SLIPPERY ROCK Oct 30 @ Edinboro Nov 6 INDIANA, PA Nov 13 @ Bloomsburg

1 pm 6:05 pm 3 pm TBA 7 pm 12 pm 2 pm 7 pm 1 pm 12 pm

2010 Results Date Opponent

Result

Sept 4 @ VMI Sept 11 @ Millersville Sept 18 KUTZTOWN Sept 25 @ Mercyhurst Oct 2 @ California, PA Oct 9 CLARION Oct 16 GANNON Oct 23 @ Slippery Rock Oct 30 EDINBORO Nov 6 @ Indiana, PA Nov 13 SHIPPENSBURG

L L L L L L L L L L L

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6 - 21 - 13 - 0 - 0 - 6 - 7 - 14 - 22 - 31 - 17 -

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GAME 4

GAME 5

AT

shippensburg

GAME 6

east stroudsburg

September 24 | 1:05pm

October 1 | 2pm

Oct 8 | 1:05pm

University Field, Kutztown, PA

SU Student Association Field at Seth Grove, Shippensburg, PA

University Field, Kutztown, PA

Enrollment:

Enrollment:

Enrollment:

Nickname:

Nickname:

1,700 Wolves Blue and White Dr. Michelle R. Howard-Vital

Nickname: Colors: President: Athletics Director: Stadium (Capacity): Surface:

O’Shields Stevenson (5,000) Natural Ken Lockard

Head Coach: Alma Mater: Bucknell Year (@CU/Career): 1st/same Record (@CU/Career): 0-0/same Football Office Phone: (610) 399-2309 Last Year’s Record: 1-10, 1-6

PSAC East (KU leads 49-10-1)

Series: 64th meeting First Meeting: 1949 (KU 43, CU 13) Last Meeting: 2010 (KU 52, CU 14) Last CU Win: 1993 (CU 30, KU 19)

5th PSAC East 64th meeting (SU leads 44-17-2)

Starters Returning/Lost: 12/10

Lettermen Returning/Lost:

E-mail:

SID: Phone: E-mail:

2011 Schedule

Opponent

Sept 3 LINCOLN, PA Sept 10 @ Slippery Rock Sept 17 @ Edinboro Sept 24 @ Kutztown Oct 1 MILLERSVILLE Oct 8 @ Bloomsburg Oct 15 WEST CHESTER Oct 22 SHIPPENSBURG Oct 29 EAST STROUDSBURG Nov 5 @ C.W. Post Nov 12 CALIFORNIA, PA

1 pm 6 pm 1 pm 1:05 pm 1 pm 3:30 pm 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm

2010 Results Date

Opponent

Sept 5 Lincoln, PA Sept 11 SLIPPERY ROCK Sept 18 EDINBORO Sept 25 KUTZTOWN Oct 2 @ Millersville Oct 9 BLOOMSBURG Oct 16 @ West Chester Oct 23 @ Shippensburg Oct 30 @ East Stroudsburg Nov 6 C.W. Post Nov 13 @ California, PA

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33/21 14/8 Greg Knowlden (570) 422-3312 gknowlden@po-box.esu.edu

Starters Returning/Lost:

2011 Schedule Date

PSAC East

Series: 65th meeting (ESU leads 45-18-1) First Meeting: 1904 (KU 11, ESU 4) Last Meeting: 2010 (KU 38, ESU 31) Last ESU Win: 2009 (ESU 27, KU 20) Lettermen Returning/Lost:

30/17 Starters Returning/Lost: 12/10 SID: Bill Morgal Phone: (717) 477-1206 E-mail: wjmorgal@ship.edu

Lenn Margolis (610) 399-2143 lmargolis@cheyney.edu

Alma Mater: Slippery Rock ’63 Year (@ESU/Career): 38th/same Record (@ESU/Career): 229-154-3/same Football Office Phone: (570) 422-3322

Last Year’s Record: 3-8, 2-5

Last Year’s Record: 5-6, 3-4

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 31/34

Phone:

Alma Mater: Shippensburg ’92 Year (@SU/Career): 0 Record (@SU/Career): 0-0 Football Office Phone: (717) 477-1758

Series: First Meeting: 1929 (SU 26, KU 12) Last Meeting: 2010 (KU 33, SU 24) Last SU Win: 2009 (SU 26, KU 22)

SID:

7,500 Warriors Colors: Red and Black President: Dr. Robert Dillman Athletics Director: Dr. Tom Gioglio Stadium (Capacity): Eiler-Martin (6,000) Surface: Artificial Head Coach: Denny Douds

8,300 Red Raiders Colors: Red and Blue President: Dr. William N. Ruud Athletics Director: Jeff Michaels Stadium (Capacity): SU Student Association Field at Seth Grove (7,700) Surface: FieldTurf Tarkett Head Coach: Mark Maciejewski

Result

L L L L W L L L L L L

0 - 12 0 - 30 21 - 27 14 - 52 20 - 17 14 - 52 34 - 48 0 - 50 14 - 58 28 - 63 6 - 57

Date Opponent

2011 Schedule Date

Opponent

Sept 3 @ Shepherd Sept 10 @ Gannon Sept 17 CLARION Sept 24 @ C.W. Post Oct 1 KUTZTOWN Oct 8 WEST CHESTER Oct 15 @ Bloomsburg Oct 22 @ Cheyney Oct 29 @ Millersville Nov 5 EAST STROUDSBURG Nov 12 MERCYHURST

12 pm 12 pm 1 pm 1 pm 2 pm 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm 1:30 pm 1 pm 1 pm

Opponent

Aug 28 SHEPHERD Sept 11 GANNON Sept 18 @ Clarion Sept 25 C.W. POST Oct 2 @ Kutztown Oct 7 @ West Chester Oct 16 BLOOMSBURG Oct 23 CHEYNEY Oct 30 MILLERSVILLE Nov 5 @ East Stroudsburg Nov 12 @ Lock Haven

2 0 1 1 Ku t z t o w n U n i v e r s i t y F o o t b a ll

6:05 pm 4 pm 6:05 pm 6 pm 1:05 pm 1:05 pm 1:05 pm 1:05 pm 1 pm 1 pm 1:05 pm

2010 Results Date Opponent Result

2010 Results Date

Sept 1 PACE Sept 10 @ Indiana, PA Sept 17 CALIFORNIA, PA Sept 24 @ West Chester Oct 1 BLOOMSBURG Oct 8 @ Kutztown Oct 15 C.W. POST Oct 22 MILLERSVILLE Oct 29 @ Cheyney Nov 5 @ Shippensburg Nov 12 EDINBORO

Result

L L W L L L L W W W W

27 - 19 - 28 - 14 - 24 - 43 - 3 - 50 - 19 - 20 - 41 -

35 22 24 31 33 44 23 0 14 17 17

Sept 4 @ Pace Sept 11 INDIANA, PA Sept. 18 @ California Sept. 25 WEST CHESTER Oct 2 @ Bloomsburg Oct 9 KUTZTOWN Oct 16 @ C.W. Post Oct 23 @ Millersville Oct 30 CHEYNEY Nov 6 SHIPPENSBURG Nov 13 @ Edinboro Nov 21 EDINBORO

W L L L L L L W W L L L

57 - 17 - 20 - 31 - 13 - 31 - 17 - 65 - 58 - 17 - 25 - 16 -

0 23 45 35 26 38 28 14 14 20 28 31


2011 Opponents GAME 7

AT

Millersville

GAME 8

AT

c.w. Post

west chester

GAME 9

October 15 | 7:30pm

October 22 | 1pm

October 29 | 1pm

Biemesderfer Stadium at Chryst Field, Millersville, PA

Hickox Field, Brookville, NY

Farrell Stadium, West Chester, PA

Enrollment:

8,319 Marauders Colors: Black and Gold President: Dr. Francine G. McNairy Athletics Director: Peg Kauffman Stadium (Capacity): Biemesderfer (6,500) Surface: Artificial Head Coach: Greg Colby

Enrollment:

8,472 Pioneers Colors: Green and Gold President: Dr. David J. Steinberg Athletics Director: Bryan Collins Stadium (Capacity): Hickox (5,000) Surface: Artificial Head Coach: Bryan Collins

Enrollment:

Nickname:

Nickname:

Nickname:

Alma Mater: Illinois ‘75 Year: (@MU/Career): 4th/same Record: (@MU/Career): 6-28/same Football Office Phone: (717) 872-3012

Last Year’s Record: 2-9, 0-7

PSAC East (MU leads 57-24-3)

12,800 Golden Rams Colors: Purple and Gold Interim President: Linda Lamwers Athletics Director: Dr. Edward Matejkovic Stadium (Capacity): Farrell (7,500) Surface: Artificial Head Coach: Bill Zwaan

Alma Mater: St. John’s ’87 Year (@CWP/Career: 12th/same Record (@CWP/Career): 93-39/same Football Office Phone: (516) 299-3693

Last Year’s Record: 7-4, 5-2

PSAC East (KU leads 4-1)

Alma Mater: Delaware ’79 Year (@WCU/Career): 7th/13th Record (@WCU/Career): 61-26/115-40 Football Office Phone: (610) 436-3528

Last Year’s Record: 4-7, 4-3

PSAC East (WCU leads 46-8-1)

Series: 85th meeting First Meeting: 1903 (MU 16, KU 0) Last Meeting: 2010 (KU 38, MU 28) Last MU Win: 2009 (MU 41, KU 35)

Series: 6th meeting First Meeting: 1982 (KU 7, CWP 6) Last Meeting: 2010 (KU 50, CWP 48) Last CWP Win: 2009 (CWP 42, KU 17)

Series: 56th meeting First Meeting: 1937 (WCU 19, KU 0) Last Meeting: 2010 (KU 45, WCU 23) Last WCU Win: 2009 (WCU 37, KU 17)

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 34/18

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 62/19

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 31/18

Starters Returning/Lost: 19/5

Starters Returning/Lost: 14/10

Starters Returning/Lost: 10/12

SID:

SID:

SID:

Phone: E-mail:

Ethan Hulsey (717) 872-3100 ethan.hulsey@millersville.edu

Sarah Ralls (516) 299-3957 sarah.ralls@liu.edu

Phone: E-mail:

2011 Schedule

2011 Schedule

Date Opponent

Date

Sept 3 @ W. Va. Wesleyan Sept. 10 @ Lock Haven Sept. 17 @ Gannon Sept. 24 @ Bloomsburg Oct. 1 @ Cheyney Oct. 8 C.W. POST Oct. 15 KUTZTOWN Oct. 22 @ East Stroudsburg Oct. 29 SHIPPENSBURG Nov. 5 WEST CHESTER Nov. 12 CLARION

12 pm TBA 12 pm 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm 7:30 pm 2:05 pm 1:30 pm 1 pm 1 pm

2010 Results Date

Opponent

Sept 4 ASSUMPTION Sept 11 LOCK HAVEN Sept 18 GANNON Sept 25 BLOOMSBURG Oct 2 CHEYNEY Oct 9 @ C.W. Post Oct 16 @ Kutztown Oct 23 EAST STROUDSBURG Oct 30 @ Shippensburg Nov 6 @ West Chester Nov 13 @ Clarion

E-mail:

2011 Schedule

Opponent

Date Opponent

Sept 3 AMERICAN INT’L Sept 10 @ California, PA Sept 17 @ Mercyhurst Sept 24 SHIPPENSBURG Oct 1 WEST CHESTER Oct 8 @ Millersville Oct 15 @ East Stroudsburg Oct 22 KUTZTOWN Oct 29 @ Bloomsburg Nov 5 CHEYNEY Nov 12 SLIPPERY ROCK

1 pm 3:30 pm 12 pm 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm 1:05 pm 1 pm 2:30 pm 1 pm 1 pm

2010 Results Result

L W W L L L L L L L L

28 - 35 - 29 - 7 - 17 - 21 - 28 - 14 - 14 - 14 - 10 -

Date

33 21 26 44 20 49 38 68 19 45 49

Opponent

Sept 4 @ American Int’l Sept 11 CALIFORNIA, PA Sept 18 MERCYHURST Sept 25 @ Shippensburg Oct 2 @ West Chester Oct 9 MILLERSVILLE Oct 16 EAST STROUDSBURG Oct 23 @ Kutztown Oct 30 BLOOMSBURG Nov 6 @ Cheyney Nov 13 @ Slippery Rock

James Zuhlke (610) 436-3316 jzuhlke@wcupa.edu

Phone:

SepT 3 @ New Haven Sept 10 @ Delaware Sept 17 SLIPPERY ROCK Sept 24 EAST STROUDSBURG Oct 1 @ C.W. Post Oct 8 @ Shippensburg Oct 15 @ Cheyney Oct 22 BLOOMSBURG Oct 29 KUTZTOWN Nov 5 @ Millersville Nov 12 INDIANA, PA

1 pm 6 pm 1 pm 6 pm 1 pm 1 pm 6 pm 2 pm 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm

2010 Results Result

W L L W W W W L L W W

20 - 13 - 20 - 31 - 39 - 49 - 28 - 48 - 16 - 63 - 42 -

Date

11 40 28 14 37 21 17 50 36 28 38

Opponent

Sept 2 @ Delaware Sept 11 EDINBORO Sept 18 @ Slippery Rock Sept 25 @ ESU Oct 2 C.W. Post Oct 7 SHIPPENSBURG Oct 16 CHEYNEY Oct 23 @ Bloomsburg Oct 30 @ Kutztown Nov 6 MILLERSVILLE Nov 13 @ Indiana, PA

Result

L L L W L W W L L W L

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2011 Opponents bloomsburg

GAME 10

gannon

GAME 11

November 5 | 1:05pm

November 12 | 1:05pm

University Field, Kutztown, PA

University Field, Kutztown, PA

Enrollment:

Note: if either team wins division title, then this opponent would change

9,500 Nickname: Huskies Colors: Maroon and Gold President: Dr. David Soltz Athletics Director: Mary Gardner Stadium (Capacity): Redman (5,000) Surface: Artificial Head Coach: Danny Hale

Enrollment:

4,219 Golden Knights Colors: Maroon and Gold interim President: Dr. Philip Kelly, D.A. Athletics Director: Mark Richard Stadium (Capacity): Gannon University Field (2,500) Surface: FieldTurf Head Coach: Jim Kiernan Nickname:

Alma Mater: West Chester ’68 Year (@BU/Career): 18th/21st Record (@BU/Career): 184-62-1/144-49-1 Football Office Phone: (570) 389-4359

Last Year’s Record: 10-3, 7-0

PSAC East (BU leads 43-20-1)

Series: 65th meeting First Meeting: 1927 (BU 30, KU 0) Last Meeting: 2010 (BU 61, KU 35) Last KU Win: 1992 (KU 17, BU 10)

Alma Mater: St. Lawrence ‘90 | Year (@Gannon/Career: 4th Record (@Gannon/Career): 17-27/same Football Office Phone: (814) 871-7249 Last Year’s Record: 6-5, 4-3

PSAC West

Series: 2nd meeting (KU leads, 1-0) First Meeting: 2010 (KU 27, GU 24) | Last Meeting: 2010 (KU 27, GU 24) Last KU Win: 2010 (KU 27, GU 24)

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 47/15

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 38/20

Starters Returning/Lost: 14/9

Starters Returning/Lost: 13/9

SID:

SID:

Tom McGuire (570) 389-4413 tmcguire@bloomu.edu

Phone: E-mail:

E-mail:

2011 Schedule

2011 Schedule

Date

Date Opponent

Sept 4 @ Ashland Sept 11 CLARION Sept 18 INDIANA, PA Sept 25 @ Millersville Oct 2 @ ESU Oct 9 @ Cheyney Oct 16 @ Shippensburg Oct 23 WEST CHESTER Oct 30 @ C.W. Post Nov 6 KUTZTOWN Nov 13 @ Lock Haven

Opponent

sept 4 @ Ashland Sept 11 CLARION Sept 18 IUP Sept 25 @ Millersville oct 2 EAST STROUDSBURG Oct 9 @ Cheyney Oct 16 @ Shippensburg Oct 23 WEST CHESTER Oct 30 @ C.W. Post nov 6 KUTZTOWN Nov 13 @ Mercyhurst NOv 20 @ California, PA NOV 27 @ Mercyhurst

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Opponent

Sept 1 @ Lake Erie College Sept 10 SHIPPENSBURG Sept 17 MILLERSVILLE Sept 24 EDINBORO Oct 1 @ Mercyhurst Oct 8 @ California, PA Oct 15 LOCK HAVEN Oct 22 @ Indiana, PA Oct 29 @ Clarion Nov 6 SLIPPERY ROCK Nov 13 @ Kutztown

1 pm 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm 3:30 pm 1 pm 1 pm TBA

7 pm. 12 pm 12 pm 12 pm 1 pm 3:30 pm 12 pm 1 pm 1 pm 12 pm 1:05 pm

2010 Results

2010 Results Date

Dan Teliski (814) 871-7418 teleski002@gannon.edu

Phone:

Date

Result

L W W W W W W W W W L W L

14 - 41 - 47 - 44 - 26 - 52 - 23 - 45 - 36 - 61 - 37 - 28 - 14 -

24 13 20 7 13 14 3 21 16 35 56 26 28

Opponent

Sept 2 LAKE ERIE COLLEGE Sept 11 @ Shippensburg Sept 18 @ Millersville Sept 25 @ Edinboro Oct 2 MERCYHURST Oct 9 CALIFORNIA, PA Oct 16 @ Lock Haven Oct 23 INDIANA, PA Oct 30 CLARION Nov 6 @ Slippery Rock Nov 13 KUTZTOWN

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Result

W W L L W L W W L W L

26 - 22 - 26 - 0 - 14 - 7 - 42 - 45 - 10 - 24 - 24 -

20 19 29 13 10 34 7 17 11 20 27


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2010 Game Recaps WEEK 1 | Kutztown 41, Saint Anselm 0 Saturday, September 4, 2010 | University Field, Kutztown, PA

Josh Mastromatto ran for a career-high 104 yards,

30-yard touchdown pass that expanded KU’s

including three touchdown carries and the defense

advantage to 20-0 with 5:36 remaining. Tuell had

took care of everything else as the Kutztown University

a solid game as he caught five passes for a team-

football team scored 35 points in the second half

high 86 yards. University of Pittsburgh transfer

to pull away and defeat Saint Anselm College,

Josh Smith also added five catches.

41-0, in a non-conference contest.

Then Mastromatto took center stage as three of

The Golden Bears (1-0) won their season opener

his next five carries finished in the end zone. Mastro-

for the third straight year. It was the first time Kutz-

matto’s touchdowns were progressively longer with

town has won three consecutive opening games

each carry. He ended the third quarter with scoring

since it did it from 2001-03.

runs of 4 and 22 yards. Mastromatto’s first touch of the final quarter provided the exclamation point

Kutztown’s defense forced four turnovers, held the

as he raced untouched 66 yards for Kutztown’s

Hawks to 112 yards in the second half, had six quarterback hurries and recorded three quarterback sacks. Leading the

final touchdown of the afternoon.

defensive charge for Kutztown was senior defensive end Kevin Bolinsky,

The second half outburst was in stark contrast to a first half in which both

who had two sacks, one fumble recovery and one batted pass. Khalief

teams combined for 13 punts. Senior punter Matt Dineen placed two punts

Evans led the Golden Bears with nine tackles. Joel Irwin forced a fumble,

inside the 20.

which was recovered by Corey Harris. Kutztown’s Chance Gaines and Chris

Kutztown’s defense set the tone from the opening kickoff, forcing Saint

Davidson also had interceptions late in the fourth quarter.

Anselm to punt on its first five possessions. Irwin and Harris combined

In the third quarter when Kutztown took control, it scored 28 points, gained

on the first big play of the game. Irwin separated a Saint Anselm player

194 yards, held the ball for over 10 minutes, 8 seconds and didn’t allow

from the ball and Harris recovered along the KU sideline.

Saint Anselm to cross midfield.

Three plays later, Kutztown scored its first points of the 2010 season when

The Golden Bears scored touchdowns on their final three possessions of the

Morton hit a wide-open Erik Frazier Jr. in the end zone on a pass that covered

third quarter. Colby Tuell started the scoring binge as he hauled in a

33 yards with 9:57 remaining in the second quarter.

GAME 1 Saint Anselm Kutztown

1 0 0

2 0 6

Second Quarter 9:57 KUTZ Frazier 33 yd pass from Morton (kick blockd) Third Quarter 12:51 KUTZ Morton 7 yd run (Dineen kick) 5:36 KUTZ Tuell 30 yd pass from Morton (Dineen kick) 4:04 KUTZ Mastromatto 4 yd run (Dineen kick) 0:38 KUTZ Mastromatto 22 yd run (Dineen kick) fourth Quarter 12:59 KUTZ Mastromatto 66 yd run (Dineen kick)

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4 0 7

Team Totals FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt KICKOFFS-YARDS Punt returns: #-Yds-TD Average Per Return Kickoff returns: #-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: #-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: #-Yds-TD

Score 0 41 STA KUTZ 17 18 39 171 248 255 31-61-2 16-37-0 287 426 3-2 2-0 10-60 5-43 11-368 9-377 33.5 41.9 31.8 33.2 1-47 7-456 3-38-0 4-18-0 12.7 4.5 5-118-0 1-37-0 23.6 37.0 0-0-0 2-34-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

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Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

27:33 7 of 22 1 of 2 2-16 0-0 0-1

31:29 6 of 17 0 of 2 3-20 5-6 0-0

RUSHING: Saint Anselm: Keith Charles 10 - 37; Marc Wilson 1-5; Marcel Bouie 5-5; R. Aiyegoro 1-minus 2; Michael Pierce 9-minus 6. Kutztown: Josh Mastromatto 7-104; Kendell Coleman 12-41; Justin Michalak 10-17; Kevin Morton 8-9.

FUMBLES: Saint Anselm: Michael Pierce 1-1; Marcel Bouie 1-0; Keith Charles 1-1. Kutztown: Kevin Morton 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): Saint Anselm: Thomas Bolio 1-0; Shane O’Donnell 1-0. Kutztown: Kevin Bolinsky 2-0; Tyler Groves 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): Saint Anselm: Ethan Sylvain 8-1; Shane O’Donnell 4-5; Jason Nguyen 0-7; Mark Colantonio 6-0; Cameron Foster 4-2; Kyle Hayes 2-4; Chris Bent 2-1; Alex White 1-2; Lou Licciardi 2-0; Tyler Crawford 2-0; Thomas Bolio 1-1; Matt Gordon 1-1; Mike Hobbs 1-1; R. Aiyegoro 1-0; PASSING: Saint Anselm: Michael Pierce 30-59Trevor Jessie 1-0; J. Alexander 1-0; Pete Carbone 2-248; T. Woodson-Sam 1-1-0-0; Marc Wilson 1-0; Billy Gorman 1-0; Derek Brewer 1-0; Andrew 0-1-0-0. Kutztown: Kevin Morton 16-37-0-255. Lebowitz 0-1; Stephen Habarek 0-1; Brendan Timmons 0-1. Kutztown: Khalief Evans 7-2; Greg RECEIVING: Saint Anselm: Marc Wilson 10-65; Rotkowski 4-3; Jay McKnight 5-1; Alex Dinolfi 4-1; Marcel Bouie 8-64; Craig Dennis 6-61; Justin Jason Ulmer 4-0; John Kreuer 2-2; Kyle Ueberroth Bernard 3-36; Keith Charles 3-22; R. Aiyegoro 1-0. 1-3; Bill McMonigle 0-4; Geoff Mock 2-1; Corey Kutztown: Colby Tuell 5-86; Josh Smith 5-69; Erik Harris 2-1; Joel Irwin 2-1; Tyler Groves 2-0; Kevin Frazier 2-72; Zach Snyder 2-23; Josh Mastromatto Bolinsky 2-0; Jason Henshaw 2-0; Chris Davidson 1-5; Geoff Mock 1-0. 1-1; Colin Henny 1-1; Troy Robinson 0-2; Francis Lally 0-2; Eric Skiles 1-0; Chance Gaines 1-0; Brad INTERCEPTIONS: Saint Anselm: None. Kutztown: Engle 1-0; Matt Kaminskas 1-0; Cody Minnich 1-0; Chance Gaines 1-18; Chris Davidson 1-16. Keith Massey 1-0; Matt Dineen 0-1.


2010 Game Recaps WEEK 2 | Kutztown 35, Mercyhurst 14 Saturday, September 11, 2010 | University Field, Kutztown, PA

Kevin Morton threw for a career high 364 yards,

Defensively, Jason Ulmer and Joel Irwin led the

Josh Smith caught three touchdown passes and

Golden Bears with 10 tackles each. Khalief Evans

Kendell Coleman scored twice to lead the Kutztown

and Kevin Bolinsky added eight tackles each for

University football team to a 35-14 victory over

Kutztown. Bolinsky had three quarterback hurries

Mercyhurst College.

along with 1.5 sacks to raise his season total to 3.5. Greg Rotkowski completed a solid effort for the

The Golden Bears defense also contributed to the win

Golden Bear defense by intercepting a pass late

by making several key plays and stopping Mercyhurst

in the fourth quarter. Kutztown had four sacks, five

on four fourth-down attempts to raise their overall

quarterback hurries and eight tackles for losses.

record to 2-0 for the second straight season. Three of the Golden Bears’ touchdowns were 30 yards or more.

Kutztown’s defense limited Mercyhurst to 5 for 15 on third down conversions and 1 for 5 on fourth

Behind Morton, who overcame five first-half inter-

down attempts. The Golden Bears also stopped

ceptions, the Golden Bears generated 422 yards of

Mercyhurst on a pair of fourth-and-1attempts.

total offense. In addition to Morton leading the offense, Coleman proved to be a sparkplug for

“We had some big fourth down stops that changed the momentum for us,”

Kutztown by returning a punt 74 yards with seven minutes, 28 seconds

Irwin said. “I just feel defensively that we’re all on the same page this year. The

remaining in the first quarter for the opening points. Coleman added a 7-yard

communication is great out on the field. The defensive line is playing great

scoring run with 4:46 remaining in the third quarter that gave the Golden

and our secondary is flying around and making plays. We stayed focused.”

Bears’ a 28-7 bulge.

Mercyhurst scored in the second and fourth quarters. The Lakers’ sliced KU’s

In between Coleman’s scores,Smith along with Kutztown’s defense took center

lead to 14-7 when Gerald Anderson scored a 70-yard touchdown with 4:12

stage. Smith hauled in touchdown passes of 37, 4 and 32 yards. Erik Frazier Jr.

remaining in the second quarter.

led Kutztown with seven catches for 94 yards. Smith finished with six catches for a season-high 109 yards. Each of Kutztown’s wide receivers who caught a pass had a catch for at least 20 or more yards. Zach Snyder had a 43-yard reception in the second quarter. GAME 2 Mercyhurst Kutztown

1 0 7

2 7 14

first quarter 7:28 KUTZ Coleman 74-yd punt return (Dineen kick) second Quarter 11:30 KUTZ Smith 37 yd pass from Morton (Dineen kick) 4:12 MC Anderson 70 yd run (S Wakefield kick) 0:52 KUTZ Smith 4 yd pass from Morton (Dineen kick) third Quarter 4:46 KUTZ Coleman 7 yd run (Dineen kick) fourth Quarter 14:30 MC Kennedy 6 yd pass from Kensy (S Wakefield kick) 4:57 KUTZ Smith 32 yd pass from Morton (Dineen kick)

3 0 7

4 7 7

Team Totals FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Punt returns: #-Yds-TD Average Per Return Kickoff returns: #-Yds-TD Average Per Return

Score 14 35 MC KUTZ 17 20 190 58 158 364 17-34-1 25-35-5 348 422 0-0 1-0 4-37 6-55 5-195 3-120 39.0 40.0 24.2 39.3 3-199 6-355 66.3 59.2 39.7 35.3 2-2-0 1-74-1 1.0 74.0 5-123-0 2-60-0 24.6 30.0

He finished with a game-high 119 yards on 16 carries. For the Lakers, Tim Herbener led the way with 13 tackles. Brandon Harper finished with three interceptions for Mercyhurst.

Interceptions: #-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: #-Yds-TD Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Sacks By: #-Yds PAT Kicks Field Goals

5-7-0 0-0-0 30:48 5 of 15 1 of 5 1-1 2-2 0-0

1-4-0 0-0-0 29:04 4 of 9 0 of 0 3-13 5-5 0-0

INTERCEPTIONS: Mercyhurst: Brandon Harper 3-minus 1; Bryan Boyce 1-8; Bryant Kimball 1-0. Kutztown: Greg Rotkowski 1-4. FUMBLES: Mercyhurst: None. Kutztown: None. SACKS (UA-A): Mercyhurst: Fred Hale 1-0. Kutztown: Colin Henny 0-2; Kevin Bolinsky 1-1; Joel Irwin 0-1; Jay McKnight 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): Mercyhurst: Tim Herbener 10-3; Bryan Boyce 5-3; Nick Jackson 3-2; J McCormick 4-0; Brandon Harper 3-1; Bryant Kimball 3-1; Fred Hale 3-1; Ian Wild 2-1; Dan Kruper 2-1; Ryan Taylor 2-0; Kevin Williams 1-1; Alex Trouten 0-2; L.J. Stevens 0-2; Matt Cirell 1-0; L Robinson 0-1; Terry Gettings 0-1. Kutztown: Jason Ulmer 9-1; Joel Irwin PASSING: Mercyhurst: Garrett Kensy 17-34-15-5; Khalief Evans 7-1; Kevin Bolinsky 4-4; Greg 158. Kutztown: Kevin Morton 25-35-5-364. Rotkowski 4-2; Jay McKnight 3-2; Jason Henshaw 3-1; Colin Henny 1-3; Bill McMonigle 3-0; Corey RECEIVING: Mercyhurst: Trevor Kennedy 5-34; Harris 2-0; Troy Robinson 1-1; Alex Dinolfi 1-1; Terrance Coon 3-44; R.J. Miller 3-34; Gerald Anderson Geoff Mock 0-2; Josh Mastromatto 1-0; Keith 2-20; Matt Mohr 1-15; Paris Bruner 1-9; Ryan Bartizal Massey 1-0; Matt Dineen 0-1. 1-3; Jeff Groene 1-minus 1. Kutztown: Erik Frazier 7-94; Josh Smith 6-109; Colby Tuell 4-35; Zach Snyder 3-62; Josh Mastromatto 3-39; Kendell Coleman 2-25. RUSHING: Mercyhurst: Gerald Anderson 16-119; Andrew Bailey 4-42; Garrett Kensy 11-30; Jeff Groene 1-2; Terrance Coon 3-minus 3. Kutztown: Kendell Coleman 13-16; Erik Frazier 1-15; Josh Mastromatto 3-10; Kevin Morton 4-9; Justin Michalak 4-8.

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2010 Game Recaps WEEK 3 | Kutztown 38, Lock haven 13 Saturday, September 18, 2010 | Hubert Jack Stadium, Lock Haven, PA

Kevin Morton tied a career high by throwing four

In addition to finishing with 5.5 tackles, senior Khalief

touchdown passes and the Kutztown University

Evans blocked a field goal attempt in the third quarter

defense registered seven sacks as the Golden

with Kutztown nursing a 21-13 lead. Senior Kendell

Bears rallied from an early 13-point deficit to defeat

Coleman opened the second half by returning the

Lock Haven University, 38-13, in a Pennsylvania State

kickoff 35 yards.

Athletic Conference (PSAC) football crossover contest

The Golden Bears took control of the contest by

at Hubert Jack Stadium.

scoring two touchdowns in the final 2 minutes, 18

Kutztown is off to its best start since 2001. The

seconds of the second quarter to turn a 13-0 deficit

Golden Bears have opened the season by scoring

into a 14-13 intermission advantage.

30 or more points in three consecutive games for

Kutztown expanded its advantage in the third quar-

the first time since 1991. The defeat for Lock Haven

ter by scoring 21 points. Kutztown generated 345

was its 24th straight. Also, Kutztown remained the

yards of total offense. Smith caught a 4-yard score

only PSAC East school without a defeat.

on the Golden Bears’ opening drive of the second

Morton was 14-for-26 for 197 yards. He also threw four touchdown passes

half that gave KU a 21-13 edge. Following Evans’ blocked field goal, Kutz-

last year against Millersville. Morton has thrown at least one touchdown

town drove 90 yards in four plays capped by a Josh Mastromatto 27-yard

pass in eight straight games. During that span, he has thrown at least two

touchdown catch that gave KU a 28-13 bulge with 4:15 remaining.

TDs in six of Kutztown’s last seven games.

The highlights of the drive were Erik Frazier Jr.’s 41-yard reception and Morton’s

Defensively, the Golden Bears settled in after the Bald Eagles stunned KU

21-yard scramble. Frazier caught five passes for 99 yards to lead the

with 13 points to begin the game. Joel Irwin had 10.5 tackles to lead Kutztown.

Golden Bears.

For the third week in a row, Kevin Bolinsky had another huge performance, finishing with 7.5 tackles, two sacks and two forced fumbles. He has recorded at least 1.5 sacks in every game this season. Bolinsky has 5.5 sacks in three games for the Golden Bears.

Coleman, who led the Golden Bears with 56 rushing yards on 11 carries, finished the third quarter scoring when he dashed in from 5 yards out with 46 seconds remaining that expanded KU’s edge to 35-13. Morton’s 24-yard run was the key play of that drive. Senior Matt Dineen ended the scoring for KU when he made his 36th career field goal, a 35-yarder early in the fourth quarter.

GAME 3 Kutztown Lock Haven

1 0 6

2 14 7

3 21 0

4 3 0

Score 38 13

first Quarter 3:48 LHU Smith 10 yd pass from Burkett (Heimer kick failed)

fourth Quarter 13:50 KUTZ Dineen 35 yd field goal

second Quarter 8:38 LHU Burkett 1 yd run (Heimer kick) 2:18 KUTZ McCormick 26 yd pass from Morton (Dineen kick) 0:12 KUTZ Smith 2 yd pass from Morton (Dineen kick)

Team Totals KUTZ LHU FIRST DOWNS 20 18 NET YARDS RUSHING 148 81 NET YARDS PASSING 197 192 Completions-Attempts-Int 14-26-0 22-30-0 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 345 273 Fumbles: #-Lost 2-1 1-1 Penalties: #-Yards 7-58 11-105 PUNTS-YARDS 2-65 4-133 Average Yards Per Punt 32.5 33.2 Net Yards Per Punt 35.0 30.5 KICKOFFS-YARDS 7-439 3-155 Punt returns: #-Yards-TD 1-11-0 1-5-0

third Quarter 13:12 KUTZ Smith 4 yd pass from Morton ( Dineen kick) 4:15 KUTZ Mastromatto 27 yd pass from Morton (Dineen kick) 0:46 KUTZ Coleman 5 yd run (Dineen kick)

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Average Per Return Interceptions: #-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: #-Yds-TD Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Sacks By: #-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

11.0 0-0-0 0-0-0 18:15 3 of 8 0 of 0 7-39 5-5 1-2

5.0 0-0-0 0-0-0 37:37 8 of 19 3 of 5 0-0 1-2 0-1

RUSHING: Kutztown: Kendell Coleman 11-56; Kevin Morton 5-51; Josh Mastromatto 3-26; Joe Defebo 5-16; Chris McCormick 1-1; TEAM 1-minus 2. Lock Haven: Rashad Johnson 7-32; J. Dunchack 10-22; Robert Meade 8-16; Jay Hartman 1-6; James Goins 1-4; Jarryd Burkett 19-1.

Jay Hartman 7-85; Ian Smith 5-39; Eddie Celkos 4-57; Jarrett Kratzer 3-12; Jerome Charles 1-4; Rashad Johnson 1-minus 2; Gary Moyo 1-minus 3. INTERCEPTIONS: Kutztown: None. Lock Haven: None. FUMBLES: Kutztown: Kendell Coleman 1-0; Kevin Morton 1-1. Lock Haven: Jarryd Burkett 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): Kutztown: Brad Engle 1-1; Colin Henny 0-2; Kevin Bolinsky 2-0; Greg Rotkowski 0-1; Kyle Ueberroth 1-0; Jay McKnight 1-0. Lock Haven: None.

TACKLES (UA-A): Kutztown: Joel Irwin 10-1; Kevin Bolinsky 7-1; Khalief Evans 5-1; Colin Henny 3-3; Jason Ulmer 5-0; Corey Harris 5-0; Cody Minnich 4-1; John Kreuer 3-2; Greg Rotkowski 3-2; Jay McKnight 3-2; Jason Henshaw 4-0; Bill McMonigle 3-0; Geoff Mock 2-1; Brad Engle 1-2; Troy Robinson 2-0; Keith PASSING: Kutztown: Kevin Morton 14-26-0-197. Massey 2-0; Matt Kaminskas 1-0; Kyle Ueberroth Lock Haven: Jarryd Burkett 21-28-0-185; Robert 1-0; Alex Dinolfi 1-0. Lock Haven: Ryan Good 6-2; Meade 1-2-0-7. Kenny Monroe 4-3; Wes Plummer 3-1; Donovan Norris 3-0; James Goins2-1; Zsone Olds 2-1; Ben RECEIVING: Kutztown: Erik Frazier 5-98; Chris McCor- Snyder 2-1; Nick Gounaris 2-0; Gabriel Elsmore 0-2; mick 3-36; Josh Mastromatto 2-48; Josh Smith 2-6; Ty Traister 0-2; Ryan Faddish 1-0; Kyle White 1-0; Colby Tuell 1-6; Kendell Coleman 1-3. Lock Haven: Mike Rocco 0-1.


2010 Game Recaps WEEK 4 | Kutztown 52, Cheyney 14 Saturday, September 25, 2010 | O’Shields Stevenson Stadium, Cheyney, PA

The Kutztown University football team scored a

for 72 yards. Mastromatto led the Golden Bears

season high in points, turned three turnovers into

with 52 rushing yards on 13 carries. Wortham

17 points and concluded a historical September

added a career-high 48 yards on seven touches.

by defeating Cheyney University, 52-14, in its

Defensively, Kevin Bolinsky, who is second in

Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC)

Division II in sacks per game, registered another

Eastern Division opener at O’Shields-Stevenson

sack for the fourth-straight game. He has 6.5 this

Stadium.

season. Chance Gaines also recorded a sack for

The win was the football program’s best start

KU, which was led in tackles by Jason Henshaw,

in school history. The Golden Bears previous

Alex DiNolfi, Khalief Evans, and John Kreuer.

best start to a season was in 1949 when they were

They all finished with five tackles each.

3-0-1 after four games.

The Golden Bear defense, which entered the

“This start means that the kids are playing well

game leading the PSAC in points allowed, to-

as a team,” Kutztown head football coach Raymond Monica said.

tal defense and rush defense, forced three turnovers. The game turned in

“Everybody has been doing a great job in all three phases of the game. The

Kutztown’s favor in the second quarter following a wild momentum swing.

big thing for us was we wanted to come into this game and be as good as

With KU leading, 10-7, and driving for another touchdown, Cheyney’s

we can be. It’s always been tough playing here, but the team did a good job

Thomas Stewart intercepted a pass and returned the ball 64 yards

of finding ways to extend the lead.”

to the Kutztown 38-yard line. With the CU crowd in a frenzy, Kutztown’s

Kutztown generated 418 yards, the third time this season it has topped the

Billy McMonigle and DiNolfi combined for the pivotal play of the contest

400-yard mark in total offense. Sophomore wide receiver Chris McCormick

on the very next snap.

caught a pair of touchdown passes to lead the Golden Bears. In beating

McMonigle hit Cheyney quarterback Chris Anderson, who fumbled. DiNolfi

Cheyney for the 17th straight time, Kutztown also got scoring runs from

recovered and returned the ball 48 yards for a touchdown. That gave KU a

Josh Mastromatto, Curtis Wortham, Kendell Coleman and Kevin Morton.

17-7 advantage with 6:21 remaining in the first half. From that point, Kutztown

Morton completed passes to six different receivers. Colby Tuell led the Golden

scored 35 of the game’s next 42 points.

Bears with six catches for 84 yards and Erik Frazier Jr. caught four passes

GAME 4 Kutztown Cheyney

1 10 0

2 14 7

first quarter 10:06 KUTZ McCormick 2 yd pass from Morton (Dineen kick) 6:30 KUTZ Dineen 22 yd field goal

3 21 7

4 7 0

Score 52 14

fourth Quarter 12:44 KUTZ -Wortham 1 yd run (Dineen kick)

Team Totals KUTZ CU FIRST DOWNS 26 13 second Quarter NET YARDS RUSHING 209 153 11:13 CHEY Jones 26 yd run (Wilkinson kick) NET YARDS PASSING 209 139 6:21 KUTZ Dinolfi 48 yd fumble recovery Completions-Attempts-Int 17-22-2 8-16-0 (Dineen kick) TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 418 292 1:25 KUTZ Morton 7 yd run (Dineen kick) Fumbles: #-Lost 0-0 3-3 Penalties: #-Yards 2-15 6-51 third Quarter 0-0 4-116 12:08 KUTZ Coleman 1 yd run (Dineen kick) PUNTS-YARDS 0.0 29.0 11:11 CHEY Crowell 65 yd pass from Anderson Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt 0.0 24.8 (Wilkinson kick) 9-595 3-150 9:53 KUTZ Mastromatto 6 yd run (Dineen kick) KICKOFFS-YARDS Punt returns: #-Yards-TD 1-17-0 0-0-0 3:51 KUTZ McCormick 15 yd pass from Average Per Return 17.0 0.0 Morton (Dineen kick)

Interceptions: #-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: #-Yds-TD Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Sacks By: #-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

0-0-0 1-48-1 34:11 4 of 10 2 of 3 2-8 7-7 1-1

2-64-0 0-0-0 25:49 4 of 11 1 of 2 0-0 2-2 0-0

INTERCEPTIONS: Kutztown: None. Cheyney: Thomas Stewart 1-64; Darnell Burton 1-0. FUMBLES: Kutztown: None. Cheyney: Marcus Jones 2-2; Chris Anderson 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): Kutztown: Kevin Bolinsky 1-0; Chance Gaines 1-0. Cheyney: None.

TACKLES (UA-A): Kutztown: Alex Dinolfi 4-1; Jason Henshaw 4-1; Khalief Evans 4-1; John Kreuer 3-2; Jay McKnight 3-1; Kevin Bolinsky 3-1; Joel Irwin 2-1; Bill McMonigle 2-1; Josh Muldowney 2-1; Colin Henny 2-0; Chance Gaines 2-0; Geoff Mock 2-0; Greg Rotkowski 2-0; Cody Minnich 2-0; Josh Smith 1-0; Keith Massey 1-0; Corey Harris 1-0; Cory Darby 1-0; Tyler Groves 1-0; Kyle Ueberroth 1-0. Cheyney: PASSING: Kutztown: Kevin Morton 17-22-2-209. Thomas Stewart 6-6; Maurice Jones 6-4; Bryon Cheyney: Chris Anderson 8-16-0-139. Payne 5-5; Corey Brown 7-1; Brandon Collins 4-0; Byron Void 2-2; Stan Banks 3-0; B. Buchanon 3-0; RECEIVING: Kutztown: Colby Tuell 6-84; Erik Frazier Hannibal Flores 1-1; Kendall Vines 1-1; Frank Ly4-72; Josh Smith 2-19; Chris McCormick 2-17; Josh burn 1-1; Joe Winn 1-0; James Vallery 1-0; Ariene Mastromatto 2-11; Kendell Coleman 1-6. Cheyney: Gardner 1-0; David Irizarry 1-0; Tim Hume 0-1. John Newman 3-22; Prince Stewar 2-14; Dominic Crowell 1-65; Lonnell Wilson 1-21; Julius Faison 1-17. RUSHING: Kutztown: Josh Mastromatto 13-52; Curtis Wortham 7-48; Joe Defebo 9-46; Kevin Morton 8-41; Kendell Coleman 5-22. Cheyney: Marcus Jones 13-71; John Newman 2-26; Chris Anderson 9-22; Dominic Crowell 7-19; Julius Faison 6-15.

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2010 Game Recaps WEEK 5 | Kutztown 33, Shippensburg 24 Saturday, October 2, 2010 | University Field, Kutztown, PA

Jay McKnight intercepted a pair of passes, Kevin Morton

had a big afternoon as he finished with 56 rushing yards

tied his career-high by throwing four touchdown passes

and 83 return yards, including a 56-yard kickoff return

and the Kutztown University football team scored the final

in the second half.

26 points as it overcame a 17-point deficit to defeat

In the fourth quarter, Frazier capped KU’s memorable

Shippensburg University, 33-24 at University Field, to

rally by making a diving catch in the end zone for a

remain perfect.

21-yard touchdown, giving the Golden Bears a little

This extends the football program’s best start in school

cushion, 33-24, with 8:14 left in the game.

history. Kutztown has never started the season 5-0.

While the offense awoke from a slow first half (KU had the

Kutztown is the only unbeaten squad in the Eastern

ball a scant 6:53), the defense also showed plenty of life

Division. KU and California are the only schools in the

after intermission.

PSAC without a loss. The Golden Bears previous best

Kutztown pressured Shippensburg quarterback Steve

start to a season was in 1949 when they were 4-0-1

Adams throughout the second half and finished with four

after five games. Kutztown entered the game as one of

interceptions.

20 undefeated Division II teams. In topping the 30-point mark for the fifth consecutive game, Kutztown finished with 409 yards of total offense. Morton overcame a pair of first-quarter interceptions to finish with 238 passing yards and 93 rushing yards. He finished the game 17-for-33 after completing passes to seven different wide receivers. Wide receivers Erik Frazier Jr. and Josh Smith each caught two touchdown passes. Frazier had six catches for a team-high 99 yards. Smith added four catches for 62 yards.

McKnight’s first interception led to Coleman’s go-ahead score. Geoffrey Mock ended Shippensburg’s next drive with an interception. McKnight picked off his second pass of the fourth quarter and Greg Rotkowski capped a dominant fourth quarter with an interception. Overall, KU held Shippensburg to 59 yards in the fourth quarter. The Golden Bear defense was led by Joel Irwin, who had 12 tackles and McKnight, who added 11 tackles, including a tackle for minus-4 yards. Kutztown had three sacks (Colin Henny, Bolinsky and Billy McMonigle) and a pair of quarter-

Kendell Coleman’s 27-yard touchdown run 40 seconds into the fourth quarter

back hurries (McMonigle and Bolinsky).

gave KU its first lead, 27-24, and the Golden Bears never looked back. Coleman GAME 5 Shippensburg Kutztown

1 10 0

2 7 7

3 7 13

4 0 13

Score 24 33

first quarter Team Totals SHIP KUTZ 9:09 SHIP McCain 12 yd run ( Schmidt kick) FIRST DOWNS 24 21 6:46 SHIP Schmidt 26 yd field goal NET YARDS RUSHING 186 171 NET YARDS PASSING 194 238 second Quarter Completions-Attempts-Int 13-32-4 17-33-2 12:47 SHIP Herod 1 yd run (Schmidt kick) TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 380 409 0:47 KUTZ Smith 20 yd pass from Morton Fumbles: #-Lost 1-0 2-2 (Dineen kick) Penalties: #-Yards 7-59 3-35 third Quarter PUNTS-YARDS 4-143 5-193 14:46 SHIP J. Baskerville 28 yd pass from Average Yards Per Punt 35.8 38.6 Adams (Schmidt kick) Net Yards Per Punt 27.8 36.2 11:31 KUTZ Frazier 16 yd pass from Morton KICKOFFS-YARDS 5-256 6-282 (Dineen kick) Punt returns: #-Yards-TD 3-12-0 1-32-0 7:50 KUTZ Smith 21 yd pass from Morton Average Per Return 4.0 32.0 (Dineen kick blockd) Kickoff returns: #-Yds-TD 5-65-0 4-89-0 Average Per Return 13.0 22.2 fourth Quarter 14:20 KUTZ Coleman 27 yd run (Dineen kick) Interceptions: #r-Yds-TD 2-59-0 4-54-0 Fumble Returns: #-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 8:14 KUTZ Frazier 21 yd pass from Morton Possession Time 37:02 22:58 (Dineen kick blockd)

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9 of 17 0 of 1 4-30 3-3 1-2

6 of 13 0 of 0 3-9 3-5 0-0

RUSHING: Shippensburg: Roshaan McCain 13-75; Kevin Herod 15-66; Kevin Marshall 11-42; Pat Schuhl 3-7; Steven Adams 5-minus 4. Kutztown: Kevin Morton 11-93; Kendell Coleman 5-56; Josh Mastromatto 8-22; Curtis Wortham 1-6; Chris McCormick 1-0; Justin Michalak 1-0; TEAM 3-minus 6. PASSING: Shippensburg: Steven Adams 13-31-4194; Zach Zulli 0-1-0-0. Kutztown: Kevin Morton 17-33-2-238. RECEIVING: Shippensburg: Kevin Marshall 3-79; J. Baskerville 3-59; Jeryl Cole 3-22; Bryan Barley 2-20; Kevin Herod 1-8; Pat Schuhl 1-6. Kutztown: Erik Frazier 6-99; Josh Smith 4-62; Colby Tuell 3-29; Chris McCormick 1-16; Kendell Coleman 1-14; Josh Mastromatto 1-11; Troy Foster 1-7. INTERCEPTIONS: Shippensburg: Tyrik Clary 1-50; Riley Bowen 1-9. Kutztown: Jay McKnight 2-8; Geoff Mock 1-40; Greg Rotkowski 1-6.

FUMBLES: Shippensburg: Roshaan McCain 1-0. Kutztown: Kendell Coleman 1-1; Kevin Morton 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): Shippensburg: Tyrik Clary 3-0; Andy Horn 1-0. Kutztown: Bill McMonigle 1-0; Colin Henny 1-0; Kevin Bolinsky 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Shippensburg: Riley Bowen 8-3; Tyrik Clary 6-1; Vinnie Ranauto 4-2; Corey Hunt 3-1; J. McCollough 2-2; Erik Van Ness 3-0; Terence Glenn 2-1; Avery Coleman 2-0; Tyriq Kershaw 0-2; Jake Metz 0-2; Mike Lloyd 1-0; Nate Schmidt 1-0; Dakota Kessler 1-0; Dainen Green 1-0; Taimur Harris 1-0; J. Baskerville 1-0; Andy Horn 1-0; Roshaan McCain 1-0. Kutztown: Joel Irwin 3-9; Jay McKnight 7-4; Khalief Evans 5-2; Colin Henny 3-3; Jason Henshaw 2-4; Troy Robinson 5-0; Kevin Bolinsky 2-3; Greg Rotkowski 1-4; Geoff Mock 4-0; Corey Harris 3-1; Bill McMonigle 1-3; John Kreuer 1-1; Kyle Ueberroth 1-1; Jason Ulmer 1-1; Kevin Morton 0-2; Brad Engle 0-2; Alex Dinolfi 1-0; Tyler Groves 1-0; Cody Minnich 0-1; Keith Massey 0-1; Colby Tuell 0-1; Aaron McGlynn 0-1.


2010 Game Recaps WEEK 6 | Kutztown 38, east stroudsburg 31 Saturday, October 9, 2010 | Eiler-Martin Stadium, East Stroudsburg, PA

The Kutztown University football team contin-

Alex DiNolfi all recovered fumbles for the Golden

ued to make history. Josh Mastromatto ran for

Bears, which held ESU to 94 rushing yards. Kevin

90 yards and caught two touchdown passes

Bolinsky also had a sack for the sixth straight game.

to help the undefeated Kutztown University football

However, the Golden Bears had to survive a furious

team secure its first winning season since 2003

ESU rally. The Kutztown defense was under siege

with a, 38-31, victory over East Stroudsburg

in the fourth quarter by ESU quarterback Matt

University in a Pennsylvania State Athletic Confer-

Marshall, who was 37-for-57 for 382 yards and

ence (PSAC) Eastern Division contest at Eiler-Mar-

four touchdowns – including a 15-for-21, 185-

tin Stadium. This extended the football program’s

yard, three-TD performance in the fourth quarter.

best start in school history. Kutztown has never

The Warriors scored the final 21 points to throw a

started a season 6-0. The victory was the Golden

scare into Kutztown after DiNolfi picked up an ESU

Bears’ first triumph over ESU since 2000.

lateral and returned it 38 yards for a touchdown 10

Kutztown entered the game as one of 16 unde-

seconds into the fourth quarter. DiNolfi’s second

feated Division II teams. Kutztown forced three

fumble return for a score in three weeks gave Kutztown

turnovers and scored a pair of touchdowns within a three-minute span that bridged the third and fourth quarters to break the game open and hand ESU its fifth consecutive defeat. Kutztown sophomore quarterback Kevin Morton completed 19-of-27 passes for 273 yards and three touchdowns. Mastromatto did a little of everything throughout the contest. He gained chunks of yards on the ground early, finished with a team-high six catches and picked up blitzing linebackers. Chris McCormick caught three passes for a team-high 75 yards. Defensively, Jason Ulmer led Kutztown with a season-high 11 tackles. Greg

a 38-10 bulge. Marshall threw a pair of scoring passes to Dusty Reed and one to Jeff Giglio to bring the Warriors within, 38-31, with 3:35 remaining. It appeared as if ESU had recovered the ensuing on-side kick, but Kutztown had called a timeout just prior to the ball being kicked. On ESU’s second on-side kick effort, McCormick recovered the ball at the Warrior 40-yard line. Kutztown appeared to be headed for an easy triumph after it scored two third quarter touchdowns to extend its 17-10 halftime lead to 31-10.

Rotkowski finished with nine tackles. Jason Henshaw, Billy McMonigle and

GAME 6 Kutztown ESU

1 14 0

2 3 10

first quarter 9:16 KUTZ Mastromatto 5 yd pass from Morton (Dineen kick) 2:25 KUTZ Morton 9 yd run (Dineen kick) second Quarter 11:53 ESU Jones 3 yd pass from Marshall (T Groff kick) 2:33 KUTZ Dineen 27 yd field goal 0:42 ESU Groff 48 yd field goal third Quarter 12:58 KUTZ Mastromatto 10 yd pass from Morton (Dineen kick) 1:22 KUTZ Frazier 26 yd pass from Morton (Dineen kick) fourth Quarter 14:50 KUTZ Dinolfi 38 yd fumble recovery (Dineen kick)

3 14 0

12:56 ESU 6:54 ESU 3:35 ESU

4 7 21

Score 38 31

Reed 9 yd pass from Marshall (Groff kick) Giglio 3 yd pass from Marshall (Groff kick) Reed 8 yd pass from Marshall (Groff kick)

Team Totals KUTZ ESU FIRST DOWNS 20 26 NET YARDS RUSHING 109 94 NET YARDS PASSING 273 382 Completions-Attempts-Int 19-27-0 37-57-0 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 382 476 Fumbles: #-Lost 1-0 5-3 Penalties: Number-Yards 6-55 6-64 PUNTS-YARDS 4-173 2-75 Average Yards Per Punt 43.2 37.5 Net Yards Per Punt 38.0 36.5

KICKOFFS-YARDS 7-459 Average Yards Per Kickoff 65.6 Punt returns: #-Yards-TD 1-2-0 Average Per Return 2.0 Kickoff returns: #-Yds-TD 3-45-0 Average Per Return 15.0 Interceptions: #-Yds-TD 0-0-0 Fumble Returns: #-Yds-TD 1-38-1 Possession Time 29:57 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 12 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 Sacks By: #-Yards 1-7 PAT Kicks 5-5 Field Goals 1-1

5-306 61.2 2-1-0 0.5 6-146-0 24.3 0-0-0 0-0-0 30:03 6 of 14 2 of 2 4-16 4-4 1-2

RUSHING: Kutztown: Josh Mastromatto 19-90; Kevin Morton 10-15; Curtis Wortham 2-7; TEAM 1-minus 3. ESU: Matt Marshall 9-44; Joe Klebon 4-28; Eric Deery 7-14; K. Williams 2-5; Brent Jones 1-3. PASSING: Kutztown: Kevin Morton 19-27-0-273. ESU: Matt Marshall 37-57-0-382.

RECEIVING: Kutztown: Josh Mastromatto 6-38; Chris McCormick 3-75; Troy Foster 3-48; Josh Smith 3-39; Erik Frazier 2-42; Colby Tuell 2-31. ESU: Ed Kiser 7-83; Jeff Giglio 6-49; Dusty Reed 5-55; Wade Williams 5-34; Eric Deery 5-33; Robert Bleiler 3-58; Jordan Hallman 2-31; Brent Jones 2-9; K. Williams 1-20; Bryan Ogden 1-10. INTERCEPTIONS: Kutztown: None. ESU: None. FUMBLES: Kutztown: Geoff Mock 1-0. ESU: Joe Klebon 2-2; Matt Marshall 2-1; D’Jon Tillman 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): Kutztown: Kevin Bolinsky 1-0. ESU: Matt Freed 3-0; Cody Berry 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Kutztown: Jason Ulmer 8-3; Greg Rotkowski 3-6; Corey Harris 6-0; Jason Henshaw 5-0; Khalief Evans 5-0; Joel Irwin 3-2; Bill McMonigle 3-1; Kevin Bolinsky 2-0; Chris Davidson 2-0; Troy Robinson 2-0; Jay McKnight 1-1; Colin Henny 1-1; Alex Dinolfi 1-1; Matt Dineen 1-0; Cody Minnich 1-0; Chance Gaines 1-0; Tyler Groves 0-1; John Kreuer 0-1; Geoff Mock 0-1. ESU-Matt Freed 6-5; H. Thornton 7-3; Rudy Cerami 4-2; Kevin Schafer 1-4; Mark Kalo 1-3; David Castillo 3-0; Brett Moss 1-2; Alex Figueroa 1-2; Shawnte Carroll 1-2; Mike Bergey 1-2; Dennis Lynch 2-0; Cody Berry 1-1; Taylor Cave 1-1; David Ogbonnaya 1-1; Thomas Chesko 1-0; Jon Weber 1-0; Z. Runkle 1-0.

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2010 Game Recaps WEEK 7 | Kutztown 38, Millersville 28 Saturday, October 16, 2010 | University Field, Kutztown, PA

Kevin Morton tied his career high by throwing

14-10 with 6 minutes, 8 seconds remaining

four touchdown passes and the nationally-

in the first half. Frazier had nine catches

ranked Golden Bears tied a school record

for 67 yards, including a pair of second-

for wins in a season with a 38-28 victory

half touchdowns. Kendell Coleman led

over Millersville University in a Pennsyl-

the Golden Bears with 74 rushing yards

vania State Athletic Conference (PSAC)

on 13 carries. He added a 6-yard scoring

Eastern Division game before a packed

run early in the fourth quarter.

house at University Field.

In addition to finishing with 70 receiving

Kutztown continued its best start in

yards, Mastromatto returned two kickoffs

school history. Ranked 23rd in the

for 62 yards and gained 39 rushing yards.

American Football Coaches’ Association

Defensively, Joel Irwin finished with a

(AFCA) Top 25 poll, the Golden Bears

game-high 11 tackles, including the

also joined the 1977 and 2000 teams as the only squads in 95 seasons

200th of his career. Jason Ulmer had seven stops and Troy Robinson recorded

of KU football to win at least seven games in a single season. Kutztown

six tackles. Khalief Evans energized the crowd with a pair of bone-crunching

entered the game as one of nine unbeaten teams in Division II. The

hits that knocked a Millersville’s player helmet off on each tackle.

Golden Bears, who have scored 30 or more points in eight straight games, are also 4-0 in the PSAC East for the first time in school history. Meanwhile, Millersville dropped its fourth consecutive contest.

Kevin Bolinsky recorded a sack for the seventh straight game. He leads the PSAC with 9.5 sacks and upped his career total to 20, passing John Mobley, who finished his KU career with 19. Bolinsky is tied for third on the

The Golden Bears rode the right arm of Morton along with their fleet of wide receivers to delight the large homecoming crowd. Morton finished with 350 yards on 29-of-42 passing. His four touchdowns went to three different wide receivers: Erik Frazier Jr., Chris McCormick and Josh Mastromatto. Morton has thrown at least one touchdown pass in the last 12 games.

KU all-time sack list with Aldain Lobban and Harry Williams. Kutztown withstood a barrage of catches from Millersville senior wide receiver Jamal Smith, who finished with nine receptions for 192 yards and a pair of touchdowns that highlighted the Marauders’ offensive effort. Millersville quarterback Bill Shirk finished with 235 passing yards and 50 rushing yards.

McCormick led KU with a career-high 10 catches for 109 yards including a 37-yard touchdown reception that gave the Golden Bears the lead for good, GAME 7 Millersville Kutztown

1 10 7

2 0 10

first quarter 14:04 MILL Smith 78 yd pass from Shirk (Kassab kick) 12:53 KUTZ Mastromatto 39 yd pass from Morton (Dineen kick) 8:07 MILL Kassab 37 yd field goal second Quarter 6:08 KUTZ McCormick 37 yd pass from Morton (Dineen kick) 0:00 KUTZ Dineen 34 yd field goal third Quarter 12:36 KUTZ Frazier 27 yd pass from Morton (Dineen kick) 6:38 MILL Kassab 24 yd field goal

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4 15 14

Score 28 38

fourth Quarter 10:06 KUTZ Coleman 5 yd run (Dineen kick) 7:42 MILL Smith 53 yd pass from Shirk (Brown rush) 5:15 KUTZ Frazier 12 yd pass from Morton (Dineen kick) 1:58 MILL Shirk 6 yd run (Kassab kick) Team Totals FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Fumbles: #-Lost Penalties: #-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt

MU KUTZ 16 24 125 146 235 350 17-32-0 29-43-1 360 496 0-0 1-0 4-33 7-47 6-217 3-102 36.2 34.0

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Net Yards Per Punt 37.3 34.3 KICKOFFS-YARDS 4-198 6-370 Average Yards Per Kickoff 49.5 61.7 Punt returns: #-Yards-TD 2-1-0 1-7-0 Average Per Return -0.5 -7.0 Kickoff returns: #-Yds-TD 6-121-0 4-66-0 Average Per Return 20.2 16.5 Interceptions: #-Yds-TD 1-33-0 0-0-0 Fumble Returns: #-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 Possession Time 31:26 28:34 Third-Down Conversions 4 of 14 8 of 15 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 1 0 of 1 Sacks By: #-Yards 2-12 2-10 PAT Kicks 2-2 5-5 Field Goals 2-3 1-2 RUSHING: Millersville: Fateen Brown 13-53; Bill Shirk 14-50; Barry Surrett 7-22. Kutztown: Kendell Coleman 13-74; Josh Mastromatto 6-39; Kevin Morton 7-37; TEAM 2-minus 4. PASSING: Millersville: Bill Shirk 17-32-0-235. Kutztown: Kevin Morton 29-42-1-350; Matt Dineen 0-1-0-0.

RECEIVING: Millersville: Jamal Smith 9-192; Fateen Brown 3-5; Dominic Sanders 2-21; Greg Frantz 2-9; Barry Surrett 1-8. Kutztown: Chris McCormick 10-109; Erik Frazier 9-67; Colby Tuell 5-78; Josh Mastromatto 3-70; Josh Smith 2-26. INTERCEPTIONS: Millersville: Millersville-John Wynder 1-33. Kutztown: None. FUMBLES: Millersville: None. Kutztown: Justin Clark 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): Millersville: Daniel Jones 1-0; Jamie Thomas 1-0. Kutztown: Bill McMonigle 0-1; Kevin Bolinsky 1-0; Cody Minnich 0-1. TACKLES (UA-A): Millersville: Matt Sutjak 5-3; Rees Judge 6-1; Shane Gross 6-1; John Wynder 5-0; Daniel Jones 5-0; Gary Tillman 3-2; Jeff Longley 4-0; Jamie Thomas 3-1; Brian Knell 3-0; Craig Gardner 2-0; Ryan Christian 1-1; Jake Allen 1-0; Jacob Haines 1-0; Owen King 1-0; Zack Riley 1-0; Alfred Williams 0-1; Anthony Kassab 0-1; Chad Miller 0-1. Kutztown: Joel Irwin 9-2; Jason Ulmer 5-2; Troy Robinson 5-1; Greg Rotkowski 4-1; Jason Henshaw 3-2; Kevin Bolinsky 3-1; Bill McMonigle 3-1; Corey Harris 2-1; Khalief Evans 2-1; Colin Henny 2-0; Jay McKnight 2-0; John Kreuer 2-0; Keith Massey 2-0; Cody Minnich 0-2; Chance Gaines 1-0; Troy Foster 0-1; Kevin Morton 0-1.


2010 Game Recaps WEEK 8 | Kutztown 50, C.W. Post 48 Saturday, October 23, 2010 | University Field, Kutztown, PA

The Kutztown University football team established a school

Kutztown sophomore quarterback Kevin Morton

record for wins in a single season by holding off a late C.W.

completed 25 passes in 35 attempts for 354 yards

Post University rally for an exhilarating, 50-48, victory

and two touchdowns. It was the 13th straight game

in a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern

in which Morton has thrown a touchdown pass. He also

Division game Saturday night at University Field.

added a rushing touchdown.

At approximately 9:21 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time,

Erik Frazier Jr. led Kutztown with seven catches for 88

Kutztown’s victory was finally secured when the Pioneers’

yards. For the second consecutive week, Chris McCormick

Keith Hadnagy’s 30-yard field goal attempt sailed

finished with six catches for a career-best 125 yards

inches left of the goal posts as time expired.

and one touchdown catch. It was the second straight week McCormick had over 100 receiving yards.

It was a memorable evening for Kutztown University as the Golden Bears accomplished something that had never

Kendell Coleman and Josh Mastromatto combined

been done in the 95-season history of the football

for 155 of KU’s 166 rushing yards. Mastromatto scored

program. In the thrill-a-thon that had fans on the edge

three rushing touchdowns for the second time this

of their seats, both teams combined for 1,228 yards of total offense, 98

season. His effort also included a season-best 51-yard kickoff return in

points, 57 first downs, and 14 touchdowns.

the third quarter.

“This is very special,” Kutztown University head football coach Ray Monica said.

Defensively, the Golden Bears forced three turnovers, which led to 13 KU points.

“To be the first football team in Kutztown history to win eight games is

Kutztown had a quartet of players finish with nine tackles each (Troy Robinson,

amazing. These guys showed a lot of character tonight and they played with

Joel Irwin, Greg Rotkowski and Jason Ulmer). Irwin had an interception.

a lot of pride. There are a lot of intangibles that make up this football team.

Khalief Evans and Kevin Bolinsky recovered fumbles. Rotkowski and Corey

It’s a great victory for the program.”

Harris finished with quarterback sacks.

The Golden Bears also topped the 30-point mark for the ninth straight game.

The third quarter was a whirlwind of scoring activity as both teams combined

This was also the second time this season KU has scored 50 or more

to score four touchdowns in less than 10 minutes. Kutztown trailed, 21-19,

points, the first time that has happened since 1923.

at intermission. It led, 40-27, entering the fourth quarter.

GAME 8 C.W. Post Kutztown

1 7 10

2 14 9

3 6 21

4 21 10

Score 48 50

first quarter 11:32 KUTZ Dineen 19 yd field goal 7:22 CWP Williams,D. 5 yd pass from Anderwkavich,E (Hadnagy,K. kick) 6:19 KUTZ Morton 1 yd run (Dineen kick) second Quarter 14:02 KUTZ McCormick 35 yd pass from Morton (Dineen kick blockd) 5:37 KUTZ Dineen 22 yd field goal 3:53 CWP Beverly,T. 8 yd run (Hadnagy,K. kick) 0:59 CWP Beverly,T. 5 yd run (Hadnagy,K. kick)

fourth Quarter 14:53 KUTZ Mastromatto 11 yd run (Dineen kick) 13:43 CWP Laurino,G. 24 yd pass from Anderwkavich,E (Hadnagy,K. kick) 9:52 KUTZ Dineen 38 yd field goal 8:27 CWP Williams, D. 6 yd pass from Anderwkavich,E (Williams,D. pass from Anderwkavich,E) 5:47 CWP Botti,J. 71 yd pass from Anderwkavich, E (Anderwkavich,E pass failed)

third Quarter 9:50 KUTZ Mastromatto 4 yd run (Dineen kick), 8:15 CWP Botti,J. 27 yd pass from Anderwkavich,E (Hadnagy,K. kick failed) 7:01 KUTZ Tuell 7 yd pass from Morton (Dineen kick) 5:31 KUTZ Mastromatto 40 yd run (Dineen kick)

Team Totals FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Fumbles: #-Lost Penalties: #-Yards

CWP KUTZ 32 25 142 166 566 354 38-55-1 25-35-0 708 520 3-2 3-1 10-81 7-69

PUNTS-YARDS 2-79 3-133 Average Yards Per Punt 39.5 44.3 Net Yards Per Punt 29.5 33.0 KICKOFFS-YARDS 8-362 10-628 Punt returns: #-Yards-TD 2-14-0 0-0-0 Average Per Return 7.0 0.0 Kickoff returns: #-Yds-TD 10-197-0 7-114-0 Average Per Return 19.7 16.3 Interceptions: #-Yds-TD 0-0-0 1-24-0 Fumble Returns: #-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 Possession Time 27:35 32:25 Third-Down Conversions 8 of 13 6 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 1 of 1 Sacks By: #-Yards 4-15 2-0 PAT Kicks 4-5 5-6 Field Goals 0-1 3-3

RECEIVING: C.W.Post: Williams,D. 11-131; Botti,J. 10-227; Kell,A. 6-77; Laurino,G. 5-70; Beverly,T. 3-15; Persch,S. 1-31; Mauro,A. 1-9; Hardy,K. 1-6. Kutztown: Erik Frazier 7-88; Chris McCormick 6-125; Colby Tuell 4-87; Josh Smith 3-28; Josh Mastromatto 3-10; Justin Clark 1-9; Justin Michalak 1-7. INTERCEPTIONS: C.W.Post: None. Kutztown: Joel Irwin 1-24. FUMBLES: C.W.Post: Anderwkavich,E 3-2. Kutztown: Kevin Morton 1-0; Joe Defebo 1-1; Kendell Coleman 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): C.W.Post: Jackson,A. 2-0; Modik,R. 1-0; Brown,X. 0-1; Ashley,T. 0-1. Kutztown: Greg Rotkowski 1-0; Corey Harris 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): C.W.Post: O’Connor,B. 6-4; Modik,R. 4-5; Gallo,M. 6-0; Brown,X. 3-3; Jackson,A. 4-0; McKenley,J. 3-1; Edwards,D. 3-0; DiIorro,C. 3-0; McCoy,C. 3-0; Scala,L. 2-1; Ashley,T. 0-3; Giametta,J. 1-1; McVea,M. 0-2; Huggins,K. 0-2; Brunetti,A. 1-0; RUSHING: C.W.Post: Anderwkavich,E 17-85; Beverly, Mauro,A. 1-0; Smith,S. 1-0; Williams,T. 1-0; Bright,R. T. 11-51; Brunetti,A. 1-3; Mack,J. 1-2; Persch,S. 1-1. 0-1; Hall,A. 0-1. Kutztown: Troy Robinson 7-2; Greg Kutztown: Kendell Coleman 17-87; Josh Mastromat- Rotkowski 5-4; Joel Irwin 5-4; Jason Ulmer 5-4; Khalief to 6-68; Chris McCormick 1-8; Kevin Morton 10-5; Evans 5-2; Jay McKnight 4-2; John Kreuer 3-2; Cody TEAM 1-minus 2. Minnich 0-4; Corey Harris 3-0; Colin Henny 2-1; Bill McMonigle 2-0; Alex Dinolfi 2-0; Geoff Mock 1-0; PASSING: C.W.Post: Anderwkavich,E 38-55-1-566. Kevin Bolinsky 1-0; Matt Dineen 1-0; Matt Kaminskas Kutztown: Kevin Morton 25-35-0-354. 1-0; Keith Massey 1-0; Chance Gaines 1-0; Tyler Groves 1-0; Brad Engle 0-1.

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2010 Game Recaps WEEK 9 | Kutztown 45, West Chester 23 Saturday, October 30, 2010 | University Field, Kutztown, PA

The Kutztown University football team

downs. Morton, who fired a TD pass

continued its perfect start by scoring 35

for the 14th consecutive contest, also

unanswered points in the final 19 minutes

set a school record for most completions

to erase a 13-point third-quarter deficit

in a single game with 35, breaking Andy

and defeat West Chester University,

Breault’s mark of 34 established in 1992.

45-23, in a Pennsylvania State Athletic

The Golden Bears finished with 556

Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division game

yards of total offense. Morton delivered

at University Field.

plenty of treats to his team as nine differ-

By defeating West Chester for the first

ent receivers caught at least one pass.

time since 2003, the Golden Bears will

Josh Mastromatto, Chris McCormick,

play for the PSAC East championship against Bloomsburg next Saturday

Justin Clark and Josh Smith all caught touchdown passes in the second half

afternoon at Redman Stadium beginning at 1 p.m. Kutztown is ranked 15th

to lead Kutztown’s amazing finish. Mastromatto caught two scores.

in the latest American Football Coaches’ Association (AFCA) top 25 poll and 18th in the d2football.com top 25 poll.

McCormick had his third straight 100-yard receiving performance, finishing with a career-high 158 yards on nine catches. Morton and McCormick connected

“I am proud of the players and proud of what the coaches are doing,” Kutztown

on the play that ultimately turned the game in KU’s favor. Trailing 23-10 with

head football coach Raymond Monica said. “To get to this point at this time

5 minutes, 10 seconds remaining in the third quarter, McCormick hauled in

of the year at 9-0 is a great accomplishment for the players and coaching

a 67-yard touchdown reception that pulled the Golden Bears within six to

staff. It’s just a great time to be a part of Kutztown football. Anybody who ever

make it 23-17 with 4:15 remaining.

wore this uniform is a part of this as well.”

By the end of the third quarter, KU forged ahead to a 24-23 advantage

Kutztown, which continued its best start to a season, also set a school record for

heading into the fourth quarter after Clark caught his first career touchdown

points in a single season with 370, eclipsing the 360 scored by the 1991 squad.

with 90 seconds remaining in the third quarter. It was a 3-yard catch. The

The Golden Bears entered the game leading the PSAC in scoring offense (40.6).

floodgates continued to open for the Golden Bears, who scored 21 points in

In topping the 40-point mark for the fourth time this season, Kutztown remained

the first eight minutes of the fourth quarter to put the game out of reach.

one of six Division II teams without a loss. Sophomore quarterback Kevin Morton

Kutztown’s offense was simply breathtaking in the final 20 minutes as it

fueled Kutztown’s rally by throwing for a career-high 451 yards and five touch-

outgained West Chester 259-52 in total yards.

GAME 9 West Chester Kutztown

1 3 7

2 7 3

first quarter 11:55 KUTZ Coleman 14 yd run (Dineen kick) 9:16 WCU Leo 29 yd field goal second Quarter 13:03 KUTZ Dineen 42 yd field goal 0:29 WCU DePalma 17 yd pass from Mattei ( Leo kick)

3 13 14

11:42 KUTZ 7:19 KUTZ

4 0 21

Mastromatto 23 yd pass from Morton (Dineen kick) Mastromatto 23 yd pass from Morton (Dineen kick)

Team Totals FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING third Quarter Completions-Attempts-Int 11:03 WCU DePalma 14 yd pass from Mattei TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS (Leo kick) Fumbles: #-Lost 5:10 WCU Mattei 1 yd run (Leo kick failed) 4:15 KUTZ McCormick 67 yd pass from Morton Penalties: #-Yards PUNTS-YARDS (Dineen kick) Average Yards Per Punt fourth Quarter Net Yards Per Punt 13:34 KUTZ Smith 12 yd pass from Morton KICKOFFS-YARDS (Dineen kick) Punt returns: #-Yards-TD

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WCU KUTZ 16 27 127 105 312 451 21-44-1 35-52-0 439 556 1-1 1-0 6-49 5-45 6-234 5-165 39.0 33.0 34.7 33.0 5-245 8-485 0-0-0 3-26-0

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Average Per Return 0.0 8.7 Kickoff returns: #-Yds-TD 8-138-0 5-88-0 Average Per Return 17.2 17.6 Interceptions: #-Yds-TD 0-0-0 1-0-0 Fumble Returns: #-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 Possession Time 27:32 32:28 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 16 8 of 16 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 3 0 of 1 Sacks By: #-Yards 1-6 0-0 PAT Kicks 2-3 6-6 Field Goals 1-1 1-2

Chris McCormick 9-158; Josh Smith 6-85; Josh Mastromatto 5-61; Erik Frazier 5-53; Colby Tuell 4-63; Kendell Coleman 3-30; Justin Clark 1-3; Justin Michalak 1-1; Troy Foster 1-minus 3. INTERCEPTIONS: West Chester: None. Kutztown: Jason Ulmer 1-0. FUMBLES: West Chester: Jackson Fagan 1-1. Kutztown: Kevin Morton 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): West Chester: West Chester-Lew Esposito 1-0. Kutztown: None.

TACKLES (UA-A): West Chester: V. Iturbides 5-2; T. Wasserleben 5-0; Shawn Krautzel 4-1; Mike Pereira 2-3; Bob Sabol 4-0; Mike Lonergan 3-1; Ronnie Koons 2-2; Lucas Fickel 2-1; Bryan Hinderer 2-1; Carl Barnes 2-0; Will Davis 2-0; Cedric Jeffries 2-0; James Croce 2-0; Josh Davis 2-0; Matt Colyar 1-1; Kayo Bakare 1-1; Morty Hoey 1-1; Demrick Cook 1-1; A. McCloskey 0-2; PASSING: West Chester: Mike Mattei 15-29-1-275; Corey Broyles 1-0; Travis Ford-Bey 1-0; Lew Esposito Sean McCartney 6-15-0-37. Kutztown: Kevin Morton 1-0; Brian McDermott 0-1. Kutztown: Khalief Evans 5-3; Jason Ulmer 3-3; Colin Henny 1-5; Greg Rotkowski 35-52-0-451. 4-1; Troy Robinson 3-2; Jay McKnight 2-3; Corey Harris RECEIVING: West Chester: Dan DePalma 9-181; Justin 4-0; Bill McMonigle 2-2; Joel Irwin 1-3; Kevin Bolinsky Curry 4-34; Jackson Fagan 3-41; Tim Keyser 2-34; 1-2; Jason Henshaw 1-2; Keith Massey 1-0; Cody Minnich LaRonn Lee 2-12; Rondell White 1-10. Kutztown: 1-0; Matt Connors 1-0; Matt Kaminskas 0-1; John Kreuer 0-1; Kyle Ueberroth 0-1; Alex Dinolfi 0-1. RUSHING: West Chester: Jackson Fagan 8-64; Matt McLaughlin 1-17; Mike Mattei 5-15; D’Andre Webb 6-14; Brian McDermott 2-10; Sean McCartney 2-7. Kutztown: Kendell Coleman 13-82; Kevin Morton 4-13; Josh Mastromatto 7-11; TEAM 1-minus 1.


2010 Game Recaps WEEK 10 | Bloomsburg 61, Kutztown 35 Saturday, November 6, 2010 | Redman Stadium, Bloomsburg, PA

The Kutztown University football team

Association (AFCA) and d2football.com

found its scoring touch after inter-

top 25 polls. Kendell Coleman led

mission, but it was too late as the

Kutztown with 71 yards on nine

Golden Bears suffered their first defeat

carries.

of the season, 61-35, to Bloomsburg

The Golden Bears’ Khalief Evans had

University at Redman Stadium in a

a game-high 12 tackles. Joel Irwin

Pennsylvania State Athletic Confer-

contributed 10 stops for Kutztown.

ence (PSAC) Eastern Division game.

The game changed in Bloomsburg’s

Kutztown sophomore quarterback Kevin

favor for good during a 55-second

Morton finished with 302 passing yards

stretch

and three touchdown passes. It was

McCormick had just caught a 4-yard

the 15th straight game in which Morton

touchdown pass to cut Bloomsburg’s

has fired at least one touchdown pass.

advantage to 44-28 with 7 minutes,

He has 32 touchdown passes this

21 remaining.

season. Morton has thrown at least two

of

the

third

quarter.

On the Huskies’ next play from

touchdown passes in 13 of KU’s last 14 games.

scrimmage, Evans recovered a fumble at the Bloomsburg 22-yard line. With

The Golden Bears became the first team this season to score over 30 points

a chance to get closer, BU’s Vince Browning intercepted a pass in the end

against the Huskies. Kutztown has scored 30 or more points in 11 straight games.

zone on Kutztown’s next snap. Three plays later, Bloomsburg’s Codie Butler

Erik Frazier led the Golden Bears with seven catches.Two of Chris McCormick’s

went 63 yards for a score that expanded the Huskies’ lead to 51-28.

three catches went for touchdown passes. McCormick hauled in a 44-yarder

The highlight of the first half for the Golden Bears was Kendell Coleman’s 27-

and a 4-yarder during a 21-point KU third quarter. Josh Smith also caught a

yard run up the middle that set up Morton’s 1-yard touchdown run that tied

touchdown pass for Kutztown, ranked 15th in the American Football Coaches’

the game, 7-7, with 9:26 remaining in the first quarter. The Huskies had 342 yards in the opening 30 minutes and forced a pair of Kutztown turnovers.

GAME 10 Kutztown Bloomsburg

1 7 13

2 0 17

first quarter 13:58 BLM Butler 1 yd run (Shannon kick) 9:26 KUTZ Morton 1 yd run (Dineen kick) 5:22 BLM Quiteh 25 yd run (Shannon kick failed) second Quarter 14:00 BLM Fisher 30 yd field goal 12:11 BLM Quiteh 4 yd run (Shannon kick) 4:21 BLM Weaber 10 yd pass from Carey (Fisher kick)

3 21 21

4 7 10

Score 35 61

6:11 BLM Butler 63 yd run (Fisher kick) fourth Quarter 14:57 BLM Fisher 19 yd field goal 11:51 KUTZ Morton 1 yd run Dineen kick) 2:44 BLM Quiteh 15 yd run (Fisher kick)

Team Totals KUTZ BU FIRST DOWNS 19 29 NET YARDS RUSHING 61 449 NET YARDS PASSING 302 236 Completions-Attempts-Int 19-43-4 11-17-0 third Quarter TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 363 685 12:58 KUTZ Smith 5 yd pass from Morton Fumbles: #-Lost 0-0 2-1 (Dineen kick) Penalties: #-Yards 5-60 9-87 11:40 BLM Stiger 65 yd pass from Carey PUNTS-YARDS 3-110 0-0 (Fisher kick) Average Yards Per Punt 36.7 0.0 11:24 KUTZ McCormick 44 yd pass from Morton Net Yards Per Punt 33.7 0.0 (Dineen kick) KICKOFFS-YARDS 6-396 11-607 9:33 BLM Quiteh 13 yd run (Fisher kick) Punt returns: #-Yards-TD 0-0-0 3-9-0 7:21 KUTZ McCormick 4 yd pass from Morton Average Per Return 0.0 3.0 (Dineen kick)

Kickoff returns: #-Yds-TD 11-180-0 4-88-0 Average Per Return 16.4 22.0 Interceptions: #-Yds-TD 0-0-0 4-26-0 Fumble Returns: #-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 Possession Time 24:05 35:55 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 12 5 of 12 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 3 of 3 Sacks By: #-Yards 1-1 3-12 PAT Kicks 5-5 7-8 Field Goals 0-0 2-3

INTERCEPTIONS: Kutztown: None. Bloomsburg: Mike Varanavage 1-23; Vince Browning 1-3; TEAM 1-0; Oscar Rivera 1-0. FUMBLES: Kutztown: None. Bloomsburg: Franklyn Quiteh 2-1. SACKS (UA-A): Kutztown: Kutztown-Jason Henshaw 1-0. Bloomsburg: John Pettine 1-1; Dave Huot 1-0; M. Zimmerman 0-1.

TACKLES (UA-A): Kutztown: Khalief Evans 1-11; Joel Irwin 4-6; Alex Dinolfi 5-3; Bill McMonigle 3-4; Kevin Bolinsky 1-6; Jason Henshaw 3-2; Colin RUSHING: Kutztown: Kendell Coleman 9-71; Joe Henny 2-3; Troy Robinson 4-0; Corey Harris 4-0; Defebo 1-1; Josh Mastromatto 5-minus 1; Kevin Jay McKnight 2-2; John Kreuer 2-2; Greg Rotkowski Morton 6-minus 10. Bloomsburg: Franklyn Quiteh 2-1; Keith Massey 2-1; Brad Engle 2-0; Kyle Ue22-194; Codie Butler 15-177; Matt Cox 6-32; berroth 2-0; Josh Muldowney 1-1; Geoff Mock 1-1; Andre Morales 6-27; Pat Carey 5-12; Matt Wenrich Cody Minnich 1-1; Jason Ulmer 1-1; Chris 1-5; Mike Quintans 2-2. McCormick 1-0; Josh Smith 1-0; Chris Davidson 0-1. Bloomsburg: Alex Landis 5-1; Solomon Oliver PASSING: Kutztown: Kevin Morton 19-43-4-302. 4-2; Mark Scattene 4-1; Vince Browning 2-3; John Bloomsburg: Pat Carey 11-17-0-236. Pettine 1-4; Jarrett Pidgeon 0-5; Oscar Rivera 2-2; Andre Morales 2-2; Mike Varanavage 0-4; Dan RECEIVING: Kutztown: Erik Frazier 7-76; Chris Haverstock 1-2; T. McFarland 2-0; Dave Huot 1-1; McCormick 3-87; Josh Smith 3-60; Colby Tuell M. Zimmerman 0-2; Ryan Feldman 0-2; Dave 3-21; Justin Clark 1-28; Kendell Coleman 1-23; Justin Michalak 1-7. Bloomsburg: Tyler Guise 3-49; Onorato 1-0; Justin Rivera 1-0; Aaron Hacker 1-0; Wallace Jamison 1-0; C. Robinson 0-1; Todd Givler Cory Stiger 2-75; Ben Weaber 2-47; Kyle Fisher 0-1; Matt Wenrich 0-1. 2-31; Chris Tressler 1-26; Matt Cox 1-8.

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2010 Game Recaps WEEK 11 | Kutztown 27, Gannon 24 Saturday, November 13, 2010 | Gannon University Stadium, Gannon, PA

The Kutztown University football team concluded

to punt on its first three possessions of the

a regular season for the ages by holding off a

game. The Golden Bears forced three turnovers.

furious Gannon University rally, 27-24, in a

Greg Rotkowski finished with a sack along with

Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC)

a team-high 13 tackles.

crossover contest at Gannon University Field.

Rotkowski was one of three players to finish

The Golden Bears added another awesome acco-

with double-digit tackles for Kutztown. Khalief

lade to a fantastic year by finishing with double-

Evans and McKnight had 11 tackles each for the

digit victories for the first time in the 95-season

Golden Bears. Gannon did most of its damage

history of the KU football program. Kutztown also

after Kutztown constructed a 27-3 lead five

punched its ticket to the NCAA Division II playoffs.

minutes into the second half.

“This has been a great season and I am proud of everybody from the assistant

“This season has been like living a dream,” Rotkowski said. “We know there were

coaches to the players,” Kutztown head football coach Raymond Monica said. “It’s

teams out there that may have more talent than us, but we have great chemistry,

a great win for the university, the borough of Kutztown and the surrounding area.

are resilient and we all look out for each other. I can’t even put into words

We are grateful for all of their support this season. To accomplish something that

what it means to finish with 10 wins.”

has never been done in Kutztown football history is unbelievable and remarkable.”

Sophomore quarterback Kevin Morton, a Harlon Hill nominee, fired a pair

Victory wasn’t secured until Alex DiNolfi intercepted his second pass of the

of touchdown passes to extend his consecutive game streak of at least one

game with six seconds remaining. Gannon rallied from a 27-3 third quarter

TD toss to 16. Morton completed 23-for-32 passes for 288 yards. Morton

deficit to throw a super-sized scare into KU. However, the Golden Bear defense

has 34 touchdown passes this season.

came through when it mattered and stopped Gannon three times in the final eight minutes to preserve its 27-24 advantage.

Juniors Erik Frazier and Josh Smith finished with over 100 receiving yards. Smith caught eight passes for 105 yards, including a 32-yard touchdown

After allowing a season-high 61 points last week to Bloomsburg, the Golden

catch that gave the Golden Bears a 27-3 bulge with 10:45 remaining in the

Bear defense stood tall for much of the afternoon. They limited the Golden

third quarter. Frazier had five catches for 111 yards.

Knights to three points in the opening half. In addition, Kutztown forced Gannon

GAME 11 Kutztown Gannon University

1 7 0

2 13 3

3 7 7

4 0 14

Score 27 24

first quarter Team Totals KUTZ GAN 1:43 KUTZ Coleman 4 yd run (Dineen kick) FIRST DOWNS 17 25 NET YARDS RUSHING 60 200 second Quarter NET YARDS PASSING 288 276 12:02 GAN Ditzler 44 yd field goal Completions-Attempts-Int 23-32-1 28-56-3 10:13 KUTZ Tuell 5 yd pass from Morton TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 348 476 ( Dineen kick blockd) 0-0 2-0 2:00 KUTZ Mastromatto 5 yd run (Dineen kick)Fumbles: #-Lost Penalties: #-Yards 8-83 5-40 third Quarter PUNTS-YARDS 9-366 5-186 10:55 KUTZ Smith 32 yd pass from Morton Average Yards Per Punt 40.7 37.2 (Dineen kick) Net Yards Per Punt 38.4 30.0 5:15 GAN Boedicker 5 yd run (Ditzler kick) KICKOFFS-YARDS 5-313 5-283 Punt returns: #-Yards-TD 2-16-0 4-20-0 fourth Quarter Average Per Return 8.0 5.0 14:53 GAN Batts 2 yd run (Ditzler kick) 12:06 GAN Hicks 20 yd pass from Boedicker Kickoff returns: #-Yds-TD 4-122-0 5-106-0 Average Per Return 30.5 21.2 ( Ditzler kick) Interceptions: #-Yds-TD 3-0-0 1-0-0 7:19 KUTZ Mastromatto 23 yd pass from Fumble Returns: #-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 Morton (Dineen kick)

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Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Sacks By: #-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

29:26 6 of 15 0 of 0 1-4 3-4 0-0

30:34 6 of 18 3 of 5 8-54 3-3 1-2

INTERCEPTIONS: Kutztown: Alex Dinolfi 2-0; Troy Robinson 1-0. Gannon: Will Giles 1-0. FUMBLES: Kutztown: None. Gannon: Mike Tomko 1-0; Levar Goff 1-0.

SACKS (UA-A): Kutztown: Greg Rotkowski 1-0. Gannon University: Matt Jones 3-0; Kevin Minor 2-0; Will Giles 1-0; Dominic Jackson 1-0; Keith RUSHING: Kutztown: Kendell Coleman 14-49; Josh Mastromatto 4-22; Kevin Morton 15-minus 5; Yager 1-0. TEAM 1-minus 6. Gannon: Zach Boedicker TACKLES (UA-A): Kutztown: Greg Rotkowski 5-8; 11-106; Tyler Batts 20-94. Jay McKnight 6-5; Khalief Evans 6-5; Bill McMonigle PASSING: Kutztown: Kevin Morton 23-32-1-288. 2-5; John Kreuer 4-2; Troy Robinson 3-3; Joel Irwin 1-5; Cory Darby 2-3; Alex Dinolfi 3-1; Chris Davidson Gannon: Zach Boedicker 28-56-3-276. 2-0; Eric Skiles 1-1; Brad Engle 1-1; Jason Henshaw RECEIVING: Kutztown: Josh Smith 8-105; Erik Frazier 0-2; Josh Smith 1-0; Colin Henny 0-1; Kyle Ueberroth 0-1; Matt Connors 0-1; Keith Massey 0-1; Kevin 5-111; Chris McCormick 4-49; Colby Tuell 2-12; Justin Michalak 2-10; Troy Foster 1-5; Kendell Cole- Bolinsky 0-1; Josh Muldowney 0-1; Tyler Groves 0-1. Gannon University: Kevin Minor 2-8; Keith man 1-minus 4. Gannon: Tyler Batts 8-60; Levar Yager 5-3; Matt Jones 5-3; Connor Kimball 3-5; Goff 5-48; Geoff Hicks 4-91; Khalid Walker 4-20; Chris Cook 2-6; Randy Colling 3-3; John Chisolm Mike Tomko 3-25; Corey Bradley 2-19; Donny 3-2; Matthew Neal Mink 1-4; Will Giles 4-0; Kendall Mallin 2-13. Brown 1-2; Jon Hardy 1-2; Albert Benedict 2-0; Bryan Kelly 2-0; Levar Goff 1-0; Geoff Hicks 1-0; Dominic Jackson 1-0; Ian Jeffers 0-1; Kevin Borton 0-1


2010 Game Recaps NCAA DIVISION II PLAYOFFS | Shepherd 41, Kutztown 34 Saturday, November 27, 2010 | University Field, Kutztown, PA

The greatest year in the 95-season history of

scored two touchdowns in a 15-second span to

the Kutztown University football program

take the lead for good and advance to a national

concluded with a heartbreaking, 41-34 setback

quarterfinal meeting at Mercyhurst College.

to Shepherd University in a NCAA Division II

The Rams’ Keon Robinson and Maurice Perry

second round playoff contest at chilly University

answered McKnight’s 50-yard interception

Field before a bundled-up overflow crowd.

return for a touchdown that gave KU a 27-19

Years from now when members of the football

advantage with 6 minutes, 49 seconds remaining.

team gather for reunions, look through scrap-

Robinson returned a kickoff 97 yards and

books and share stories; they will be proud

the Rams converted the ensuing two-point

of all of their accomplishments during an

conversion to tie the score, 27-27 with 6:31 remaining. Perry gave the Rams the lead for good,

unforgettable season of highlights, records, rallies and magical moments. The Golden Bears’ terrific and record-setting season ended with a 10-2 overall record.

34-27, when he took an interception 32 yards for a touchdown with 6:16 left. Overall, the frenetic fourth quarter featured seven touchdowns, three lead

Kutztown head football coach Raymond Monica hugged his seniors on the

changes, and one tie. Sophomore quarterback Kevin Morton fired four

sideline after Shepherd recovered an on-side kick with 12 seconds remaining.

touchdown passes to establish a single-season mark in that category.

Jared Haas gave an emotional speech in the postgame huddle as tears

Morton finished with 352 passing yards, the sixth time this year he finished

streamed down his reddened face.

with 300 or more yards in the air. Morton ended the year with 38 touchdown

“I played with a great bunch of guys who made big plays all year long,” Haas said. “I’ll remember a lot of things we did on the field this year. However, I think I’ll remember the extra-curricular things we did off the field. I had the privilege of playing with a great group of guys. This is the kind of stuff you’ll always remember. I had a blast this season.” The difference in the contest was a 33 second sequence in the fourth quarter in which three touchdowns were scored. Unfortunately for Kutztown, the Rams GAME 12 Shepherd Kutztown

1 6 0

2 7 7

first quarter 6:23 SHEP Hoyte 7 yd run (Dobratz kick failed) second Quarter 7:51 SHEP Clancy 9 yd run (Dobratz kick) 3:08 KUTZ Smith 10 yd pass from Morton (Dineen kick) third Quarter 4:08 KUTZ Frazier 16 yd pass from Morton (Dineen kick) fourth Quarter 10:13 SHEP Hoyte 1 yd run (Clancy pass failed) 8:01 KUTZ Smith 14 yd pass from Morton (Morton pass failed) 6:49 KUTZ McKnight 50 yd interception return (Dineen kick) 6:31 SHEP Robinson 97 yd kickoff return (Jones pass from Clancy)

3 0 7

6:16 SHEP 1:50 SHEP 0:12 KUTZ

4 28 20

Score 41 34

Perry 32 yd interception return (Dobratz kick) Addison 72 yd run (Dobratz kick) Foster 8 yd pass from Morton (Matt Dineen kick)

Team Totals FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Fumbles: #-Lost Penalties: #-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt KICKOFFS-YARDS Punt returns: #-Yards-TD

SHEP KUTZ 26 24 243 61 173 352 16-29-1 31-50-1 416 413 3-1 4-3 8-81 2-20 4-157 3-127 39.2 42.3 27.5 29.0 7-364 5-319 0-0-0 3-47-0

passes, one more than Andy Breault threw in 1991. Morton’s final pass of 2010 was caught for an 8-yard score by Troy Foster with 12 seconds remaining. That touchdown toss broke Breault’s single-season touchdown record. Sophomore wide receiver Colby Tuell caught six passes for a career high 119 yards. Defensively, Joel Irwin and Alex DiNolfi led Kutztown with eight tackles each. DiNolfi also forced a fumble and recovered one midway through the third quarter with the Golden Bears trailing, 13-7.

Average Per Return 0.0 15.7 Kickoff returns: #-Yds-TD 5-172-1 7-91-0 Average Per Return 34.4 13.0 Interceptions: #-Yds-TD 1-32-1 1-50-1 Fumble Returns: #-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 Possession Time 33:17 26:43 Third-Down Conversions 9 of 14 6 of 16 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 1 3 of 4 Sacks By: #-Yards 2-15 1-12 PAT Kicks 3-4 4-4 Field Goals 0-0 0-0

INTERCEPTIONS: Shepherd: Maurice Perry 1-32. Kutztown: Jay McKnight 1-50. FUMBLES: Shepherd: Justin Ford 2-0; Nate Hoyte 1-1. Kutztown: Josh Smith 1-1; Kevin Morton 1-1; Josh Mastromatto 1-1; Kendell Coleman 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): Shepherd: Will Wheeler 2-0. Kutztown: Joel Irwin 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): Shepherd: Keon Robinson 11-0; Brian Taylor 3-3; A.J. Parrish 5-0; Cor. Washington 4-1; Ben Minturn 3-1; Will Wheeler 3-0; Elijah Davis 2-1; Mike Franklin 2-0; Maurice Perry 2-0; Howard Jones 2-0; Nick Marth 2-0; Pat McClain RUSHING: Shepherd: Tommy Addison 25-172; Nate Hoyte 15-55; Robert Byrd 1-11; Scot Riddell 2-0; Xavier Tyler 1-1; Deon Jones 1-0; Leons Kabongo 1-0; Bryan Letournea 1-0; Tommy Addison 1-10; TEAM 1-minus 2; Kevin Clancy 2-minus 3. Kutztown: Kendell Coleman 12-50; Chris McCormick 1-0; Adam Ritchey 1-0; Dont. Kelley 0-1; Chris Patton 0-1; Justin Ford 0-1. Kutztown: Alex Dinolfi 1-6; Kevin Morton 6-3; Josh Mastromatto 3-2. 8-0; Joel Irwin 4-4; Colin Henny 2-5; Troy Robinson PASSING: Shepherd: Kevin Clancy 16-29-1-173. 6-0; Khalief Evans 5-1; Kevin Bolinsky 3-3; Jason Henshaw 4-1; Jason Ulmer 2-3; Jay McKnight 4-0; Kutztown: Kevin Morton 31-50-1-352. Corey Harris 3-1; Greg Rotkowski 3-1; Bill McMonigle RECEIVING: Shepherd: Robert Byrd 6-81; Nik Nor- 2-1; Matt Connors 1-1; Cody Minnich 1-1. rell 3-32; Larry Lowe 3-30; Neal Hardie 3-22; Dom Jones 1-8. Kutztown: Josh Smith 8-88; Colby Tuell 6-119; Erik Frazier 5-63; Troy Foster 4-34; Josh Mastromatto 4-22; Kendell Coleman 2-7; Justin Michalak 1-13; Chris McCormick 1-6.

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2010 Season Statistics RECORD: OVERALL All Games (10-2-0) Conference (6-1-0) Non-Conference (4-1-0) DATE OPPONENT Sept 4 SAINT ANSELM Sep 11 MERCYHURST Sep 18 @ Lock Haven * Sep 25 @ Cheyney * Oct 02 SHIPPENSBURG * Oct 09 @ ESU * Oct 16 MILLERSVILLE * Oct 23 C.W. POST * Oct 30 WEST CHESTER * Nov 06 #13 Bloomsburg Nov 13 @ Gannon University Nov 27 #4 SHEPHERD * denotes conference game

HOME AWAY NEUTRAL (6-1-0) (4-1-0) (0-0-0) (4-0-0) (2-1-0) (0-0-0) (2-1-0) (2-0-0) (0-0-0) W/L W W W W W W W W W L W L

SCORE ATTEND 41-0 2619 35-14 3117 38-13 1507 52-14 683 33-24 5326 38-31 2500 38-28 6008 50-48 2624 45-23 5313 35-61 4984 27-24 1082 34-41 4823

RUSHING Kendell Coleman Josh Mastromatto Kevin Morton Joe Defebo Curtis Wortham Justin Michalak Chris McCormick Erik Frazier TEAM Total Opponents

GP Att Gain 11 124 634 12 84 496 12 94 448 4 15 64 5 10 63 12 15 33 10 4 15 12 1 15 9 10 0 12 357 1768 12 436 2273

Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G 30 604 4.9 7 36 54.9 51 445 5.3 8 66 37.1 187 261 2.8 6 64 21.8 1 63 4.2 0 17 15.8 2 61 6.1 1 15 12.2 8 25 1.7 0 12 2.1 0 15 3.8 0 8 1.5 0 15 15.0 0 15 1.2 24 -24 -2.4 0 0 -2.7 303 1465 4.1 22 66 122.1 243 2030 4.7 21 72 169.2

PASSING Kevin Morton Matt Dineen Total Opponents

GP Effic Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G 12 154.05 270-434-16 62.2 3633 38 70 302.8 12 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 12 153.69 270-435-16 62.1 3633 38 70 302.8 12 121.02 259-463-13 55.9 3111 20 78 259.2

RECEIVING Erik Frazier Josh Smith Colby Tuell Chris McCormick Josh Mastromatto Kendell Coleman Troy Foster Justin Michalak Zach Snyder Justin Clark Geoff Mock Total Opponents

GP No. Yds Avg TD 12 64 935 14.6 7 12 52 696 13.4 12 12 45 651 14.5 3 10 42 678 16.1 8 12 30 315 10.5 6 11 12 104 8.7 0 10 10 91 9.1 1 12 6 38 6.3 0 4 5 85 17.0 0 12 3 40 13.3 1 8 1 0 0.0 0 12 270 3633 13.5 38 12 259 3111 12.0 20

SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Josh Mastromatto 14 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Matt Dineen 0 8-11 58-63 0-0 0 Josh Smith 12 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Chris McCormick 8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Kendell Coleman 8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Erik Frazier 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Kevin Morton 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Colby Tuell 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Alex Dinolfi 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Justin Clark 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Jay McKnight 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Troy Foster 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Curtis Wortham 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Total 64 8-11 58-63 0-0 0 Opponents 43 8-16 33-38 1-1 2

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Pass DXP Saf 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-1 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-1 0 0 2-4 0 0

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TOTAL OFFENSE Kevin Morton Kendell Coleman

Points 84 82 72 48 48 42 36 18 12 6 6 6 6 466 321

1st 69 55 G 12 11

2nd 100 86

INTERCEPTIONS No. Jay McKnight 3 Greg Rotkowski 2 Alex Dinolfi 2 Joel Irwin 1 Chance Gaines 1 Jason Ulmer 1 Geoff Mock 1 Troy Robinson 1 Chris Davidson 1 Total 13 Opponents 16

3rd 181 64

Plays Rush 528 261 124 604

TEAM STATISTICS KUTZ OPP FIRST DOWNS 261 259 Rushing 75 98 Passing 166 147 Penalty 20 14 RUSHING YARDAGE 1465 2030 Yards gained rushing 1768 2273 Yards lost rushing 303 243 Rushing Attempts 357 436 Average Per Rush 4.1 4.7 Average Per Game 122.1 169.2 TDs Rushing 22 21 PASSING YARDAGE 3633 3111 Average Per Pass 8.4 6.7 Average Per Catch 13.5 12.0

PUNTING No. Matt Dineen 49 Total 49 Opponents 53

Long Avg/G 70 77.9 46 58.0 70 54.2 67 67.8 39 26.2 23 9.5 17 9.1 13 3.2 43 21.2 28 3.3 0 0.0 70 302.8 78 259.2

FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Matt Dineen 8-11 72.7 1-1 3-3 3-3 1-3 0-1

SCORE BY QUARTERS Kutztown Opponents

Pass Total Avg/G 3633 3894 324.5 0 604 54.9

TEAM STATISTICS KUTZ OPP Average Per Game 302.8 259.2 TDs Passing 38 20 TOTAL OFFENSE 5098 5141 Total Plays 792 899 Average Per Play 6.4 5.7 Average Per Game 424.8 428.4 KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS 53-1028 73-1525 PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS 18-236 22-90 INT RETURNS: #-YARDS 13-166 16-221 FUMBLES-LOST 17-7 24-14 PENALTIES-YARDS 63-585 86-748 PUNTS-AVG 49-39.4 53-35.9 TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 28:18 31:16 3rd-DOWN CONVERSIONS 69/156 77/185 4th-DOWN CONVERSIONS 6/13 17/31

Yds Avg TD 58 19.3 1 10 5.0 0 0 0.0 0 24 24.0 0 18 18.0 0 0 0.0 0 40 40.0 0 0 0.0 0 16 16.0 0 166 12.8 1 221 13.8 1

Yds Avg 1931 39.4 1931 39.4 1903 35.9

Yds Avg TD 195 15.0 1 36 12.0 0 5 2.5 0 236 13.1 1 90 4.1 0

Long 74 32 3 74 32

KICK RETURNS No. Josh Mastromatto 24 Kendell Coleman 10 Erik Frazier 7 Chris McCormick 4 Jason Ulmer 3 Geoff Mock 1 Justin Clark 1 Troy Robinson 1 Troy Foster 1 Joe Defebo 1 Total 53 Opponents 73

Yds Avg TD 590 24.6 0 241 24.1 0 64 9.1 0 63 15.8 0 28 9.3 0 0 0.0 0 -1 -1.0 0 29 29.0 0 8 8.0 0 6 6.0 0 1028 19.4 0 1525 20.9 1

Long 51 52 17 17 15 0 0 29 8 0 52 97

G Rush Rec 12 445 315 11 604 104 12 15 935 10 15 678 12 0 696 12 1465 3633

Long 50 6 0 24 18 0 40 0 16 50 64

Long TB FC I20 51 6 6 14 51 6 6 14 56 2 10 15

PUNT RETURNS No. Kendell Coleman 13 Chris McCormick 3 Josh Mastromatto 2 Total 18 Opponents 22

ALL PURPOSE Josh Mastromatto Kendell Coleman Erik Frazier Chris McCormick Josh Smith Total

4th Total 116 466 116 321

Blkd 0 0 0

PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G 5 590 0 1355 112.9 195 241 0 1144 104.0 0 64 0 1014 84.5 36 63 0 792 79.2 0 0 0 696 58.0 236 1028 166 6528 544.0


2010 All-PSAC East Football Team First Team Offense

SECOND Team Offense

Quarterback Kevin Morton Kutztown

So. Abington, Pa./Abington

Running Back Marcus Jones Kevin Marshall^* Franklyn Quiteh

Cheyney Shippensburg Bloomsburg

Fr. Sr. Fr.

Washington, D.C./Friendship Coll. Acad. Philadelphia, Pa./Scotland School Tobyhanna, Pa./Pocono Mountain West

Offensive Tackle Daryl Kurtz John Siopa^

Bloomsburg C.W. Post

Jr. Jr.

Milton, Pa./Milton Centereach, N.Y./Newfield

Offensive Guard Pat Casey* Kevin Martin*

Bloomsburg C.W. Post

Sr. Jr.

Matamoras, Pa./Delaware Valley Patchogue, N.Y./Patchogue-Medford

Running Back West Chester Jr. Morrisville, Pa./Pennsbury Jackson Fagan^ Shippensburg So. Allentown, Pa./Parkland Kevin Herod* Josh Mastromatto Kutztown So. Fort Washington, Pa./Upper Dublin Kendrick Williams East Stroudsburg So. Hamilton, N.J./Nottingham Offensive Tackle Steve Hohenwater Shippensburg Jr. Landisville, Pa./Hempfield Aaron McGlynn Kutztown Jr. Harleysville, Pa./Souderton Offensive Guard Gabe Johnson-Siano* Kyle O’Neil*

Cheyney West Chester

Center Dan Caffrey

East Stroudsburg Jr.

Whitehall, Pa./Whitehall

Millersville

Wyndmore, Pa./La Salle

Sr. Jr.

Harrisburg, Pa./Central Dauphin Aston, Pa./Sun Valley

Center Chris Steck

Bloomsburg

Fr.

Mount Carmel, Pa./Mount Carmel

Tight End Ben Weaber^

Tight End Greg Frantz

Bloomsburg

Sr.

Lebanon, Pa./Cedar Crest

Wide Receiver Erik Frazier Kutztown Jr. Ed Kiser East Stroudsburg Sr. Chris McCormick Kutztown So.

Philadelphia, Pa./Germantown Felton, Pa./Red Lion West Chester, Pa./West Chester East

Placekicker Dan Fisher

Fr.

Liverpool, Pa./Central Dauphin

Wide Receiver Dan DePalma^ Jamal Smith^ Darnel Williams

West Chester Millersville C.W. Post

Placekicker Matt Dineen* Kutztown

Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

Verona, N.J./Verona Camp Hill, Pa./Trinity Brooklyn, N.Y./Pacific

Bloomsburg

Jr.

Wilmington, Del./Concord

Second Team Defense First Team Defense Defensive Line Kevin Bolinsky Kutztown C.W. Post Xavier Brown** West Chester Travis Ford-Bey**^ Lou Scala C.W. Post Marcus Zimmerman Bloomsburg

Sr. Ashland, Pa./North Schuylkill Sr. Bay Shore, N.Y./Brentwood Sr. Phoenixville, Pa./Phoenixville Jr. Coram, N.Y./Longwood Sr. Lititz, Pa./Manheim Central

Linebacker East Stroudsburg Sr. Matt Freed*^ Sr. Joel Irwin^ Kutztown Thomas McFarland Bloomsburg Sr. Mike Varanavage Bloomsburg Sr. Defensive Back David Castillo East Stroudsburg Sr. Khalief Evans Kutztown Sr. C.W. Post Sr. Juma McKenley^ Bloomsburg Jr. Oscar Rivera* Return Specialist Kendell Coleman* Kutztown Sr. Punter Matt Dineen Kutztown Sr.

Souderton, Pa./Souderton Coatesville, Pa./Bishop Shanahan Pottsville, Pa./Pottsville Philadelphia, Pa./Archbishop Ryan East Stroudsburg, Pa./ES South Philadelphia, Pa./Imhotep Charter Bronx, N.Y./Lehman Bethlehem, Pa./Liberty Philadelphia, Pa./Martin Luther King Wilmington, Del./Concord

Second Team Offense Quarterback Erik Anderwkavich^

C.W. Post

Sr.

Queens,N.Y./Holy Cross

Defensive Line Lucas Fickel Dainen Green Tim Hume^ Dave Huot Erik Van Ness

West Chester Shippensburg Cheyney Bloomsburg Shippensburg

Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

Carlisle, Pa./Carlisle Glassboro, N.J./Glassboro Harrisburg, Pa./Susquehanna Twp. Bethlehem, Pa./Freedom Lackawaxen, Pa./Wallenpaupack

Linebacker Tyrik Clary Billy O’Connor Jarrett Pidgeon Vinnie Ranauto

Shippensburg C.W. Post Bloomsburg Shippensburg

So. Jr. So. Jr.

Philadelphia, Pa./Northeast Sayville, N.Y./Sayville Barnegat, N.J./Southern Regional Bear, Del./Caravel Academy

Defensive Back Vince Browning Alex Landis Jamahn McCullough Herschel Thornton

Bloomsburg Jr. Bloomsburg Sr. Shippensburg Sr. East Stroudsburg Jr.

Harrisburg, Pa./Central Dauphin Pine Grove, Pa./Pine Grove Baltimore, Md./Randallstown Norristown, Pa./Norristown

Return Specialist Kevin Marshall

Shippensburg

Sr.

Philadelphia, Pa./Scotland School

Punter Chris Hill

West Chester

Jr.

Elkton, Md./Elkton

* Indicates previous All-PSAC East first team selection | ^ Indicates previous All-PSAC East second team selection # Additional honorees due to tie | * Indicates previous All-PSAC East first team selection ^ Indicates previous All-PSAC East second team selection

PSAC East Offensive Player of the Year Kevin Morton, QB, Kutztown (Abington, Pa./Abington) PSAC East Defensive Player of the Year Mike Varanavage, LB, Bloomsburg (Philadelphia, Pa./Archbishop Ryan) PSAC East Freshman of the Year Franklyn Quiteh, RB, Bloomsburg (Tobyhanna, Pa./Pocono Mountain West) PSAC East Coach of the Year Raymond Monica, Kutztown

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2011 PSAC Composite Schedule Thursday, September 1

Thursday, September 15

Saturday, October 8

Saturday, October 29

Ashland at Bloomsburg

Bloomsburg at Indiana, Pa.

East Stroudsburg at KUTZTOWN

KUTZTOWN at West Chester

Pace at East Stroudsburg

C.W. Post at Millersville

California, Pa. at Indiana, Pa.

Clarion at Fairmont State

Saturday, September 17

West Chester at Shippensburg

East Stroudsburg at Cheyney

St. Cloud State at California

Lock Haven at KUTZTOWN

Lock Haven at Clarion

Gannon at Clarion

Gannon at Lake Erie

Millersville at Gannon

Slippery Rock at Edinboro

Mercyhurst at Slippery Rock

C.W. Post at Mercyhurst

Gannon at California, Pa.

Lock Haven at Edinboro

Saturday, September 3

Clarion at Shippensburg

Cheyney at Bloomsburg

Shippensburg at Millersville

KUTZTOWN at Saint Anselm

Slippery Rock at West Chester

Shippensburg at Shepherd

Cheyney at Edinboro

Saturday, October 15

Notre Dame (Ohio) at Mercyhurst

California, Pa. at East Stroudsburg

KUTZTOWN at Millersville

Saturday, November 5

Lock Haven at Gannon

Bloomsburg at KUTZTOWN

West Chester at New Haven

C.W. Post at Bloomsburg

Lincoln, Pa. at Cheyney

Saturday, September 24

Edinboro at Mercyhurst

Slippery Rock at Gannon

American International at C.W. Post

Cheyney at KUTZTOWN

Shippensburg at Bloomsburg

Mercyhurst at Clarion

West Liberty at Edinboro

Edinboro at Gannon

West Chester at Cheyney

East Stroudsburg at Shippensburg

Slippery Rock at Seton Hill

Shippensburg at C.W. Post

C.W. Post at East Stroudsburg

West Chester at Millersville

Millersville at West Virginia Wesleyan

Millersville at Bloomsburg

California, Pa. at Slippery Rock

Cheyney at C.W. Post

Mercyhurst at Lock Haven

Indiana, Pa. at Clarion

Indiana, Pa. at Lock Haven

Saturday, September 10

Clarion at California, Pa.

KUTZTOWN at Mercyhurst

East Stroudsburg at West Chester

Saturday, October 22

Shippensburg at Gannon

Indiana, Pa. at Slippery Rock

KUTZTOWN at C.W. Post

Saturday, November 12

Slippery Rock at Lock Haven

Gannon at KUTZTOWN

Merrimack at Edinboro

Edinboro at California, Pa.

Bloomsburg at Clarion

Saturday, October 1

Gannon at Indiana, Pa.

Indiana, Pa. at West Chester

C.W. Post at California, Pa.

KUTZTOWN at Shippensburg

Bloomsburg at West Chester

Slippery Rock at C.W. Post

East Stroudsburg at Indiana, Pa.

Millersville at Cheyney

Millersville at East Stroudsburg

California, Pa. at Cheyney

West Chester at Delaware

Gannon at Mercyhurst

Mercyhurst at California, Pa.

Mercyhurst at Shippensburg

Cheyney at Slippery Rock

West Chester at C.W. Post

Clarion at Edinboro

Clarion at Millersville

Millersville at Lock Haven

Bloomsburg at East Stroudsburg

Shippensburg at Cheyney

Edinboro at East Stroudsburg

Edinboro at Indiana, Pa. Clarion at Slippery Rock California, Pa. at Lock Haven

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Year By Year Results Opponent Kutz Opp

Opponent Kutz Opp

Opponent Kutz Opp

Opponent Kutz Opp

1895 (5-0)

1902 (2-2-2)

1906-1922 - NO TEAMS

1928 (2-3)

Reading H.S.

(rest of results n/a)

10

4

1896 (n/a) Lehigh

(rest of results n/a)

0

16

1897 (n/a) (results n/a)

1898 (2-0-1)

HC: John Bowman, C: Ralston Derr

HC: Mr. French Allentown H.S.

0

0

1923 (5-3)

Elizabethtown

14

7

Muhlenberg College

0

0

C: Harold Runyeon

E. Stroudsburg State

12

7

Albright College

0

22

Slatington H.S.

28

0

Spring City Perkiomen Res.

57

34 32

Reading H.S. Res.

26

13

1929 (3-2-1)

7

13

HC: Earnest Slessinger,

7

0

C: Clint Hoffman

53

0

Bloomsburg State

0

6

Shippensburg State

12

26

Atlantic Trade

32

0

Millersville State

6

6

Williamson Trade

6

0 0

Allentown Field Club

0

Allentown YMCA

Bethlehem Prep

1899 (n/a)

Boston Juniors

Atlas

11

12

Muhlenberg College

1924 (1-6)

All Scholas.-Reading

15

0

Silver Stars

C: Harry Johnson

Emmett

Albright College

Mahonoy City H.S.

Moravian College

Moravian College

Bethlehem H.S.

Millersville Normal

YMCA Reading

1904 (4-2-1)

1903 (n/a)

Lehigh Prep

43

0

HC: Ed Stein

Hellertown H.S.

45

0

Slatington H.S. Schuylkill Seminary Amphions of Reading

Emmaus Field Club 5

0

5

16

0

0

35

0

5

0

0

Allentown H.S.

10

0

26

0

@ Millersville Normal

0

18

Moravian Seminary

5

0

E. Stroudsburg Norm.

11

4

@ Reading YMCA

6

6

Millersville Normal

6

18

Bethlehem H.S.

16

0

Pottsville

0

17

1905 (6-3)

74

23

HC: George B. Ely Superba AA

1901 (6-3) Bethl. Shamrocks

0

67 40

0

23

12

Slatington H.S.

17

0

0

23

Reading Field Club

0

17

Albright College

Lehigh Freshmen

5

2

Muhlenberg Prep

17

0

Boston Juniors

14

7

Reading H.S.

18

6

St. Aloysius

12

7

E. Stroudsburg Norm.

11

5

Allentown T.A.

14

0

Muhlenberg College

6

0

Lehigh Prep

27

0

E. Stroudsburg Norm.

0

11

Easton H.S.

21

0

90 68

Allentown Field Club

5

0

Mt. Carmel H.S.

0

11

12

0

0

Allentown Cath. H.S.

0

Ashland H.S.

0

13

Ursinus Reserves

0

21

Bloomsburg State

0

16

Boyertown H.S.

12

10

Birdsboro AA

1900 (5-1-1)

65

0

0

10

6

Millersville State

6

0

0

National Farm

32

Penn Wheelmen 16

Royersford H.S.

12

0

Lehigh Prep

Reading H.S. Mercury Wheelmen

59

77 56

Pottsville H.S.

165 127

12

7

Bethlehem Prep

0

51

Greenville HS

32

E. Stroudsburg State

0

59

88 38

Millersville State

7

13

1930 (3-3-1)

Emmaus AA

7

24

HC: Earnest Slessinger, C: Francis Walker

Reading H.S.

12

21

Moravian

29

7

0

58

Bloomsburg State

14

19

Shippensburg State

Perkiomen School

38 233

1925 (2-3)

7

0

24

Carlisle Medical

6

0

6

Millersville State

7

7

Lock Haven State

13

14

82 78

C: Jim Nash Nazareth Hall Mil. Acad. 12

13

Lafayette Frosh

Beckley Business

15

21

Palmerton H.S.

41

0

Allentown Prep JVs

6

13

Millersville State

6

7

1931 (0-7) HC: Earnest Slessinger Atlantic Trade

0

6

Bloomsburg State

6

32

Shippensburg State

0

65

Trenton State

0

8

HC: Charles Vibberts, C: Newton Ruch

Lock Haven State

0

65

Beckley Business

0

32

Millersville State

0

13

Blythe Township HS

0

6

Mansfield State

0

21

Bloomsburg State

0

30

6 210

Millersville State

6

13

1932 (1-3)

*

6

81

HC: Earnest Slessinger

80 47

1926 - NO TEAM 1927 (1-4)*

( win not available)

C: Lester Wentling Shippensburg State Lock Haven State

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32 103

12

32

7

17


Year By Year Results Opponent Kutz Opp

Opponent Kutz Opp

Opponent Kutz Opp

Opponent Kutz Opp

Trenton State

0

18

1937 (4-2-1)

1941 (0-6)

1948 (3-4-1)

Millersville State

7

6

HC: Jim McGovern, C: Morgalis, Wood

HC: Jim McGovern, C: Mike Huber

HC: Joe Patton

Shippensburg State

12

6

Shippensburg State

0

36

C: Leroy Heckman, Brooke Shugars

Wilson D.C. Teachers

42

0

E. Stroudsburg State

0

26

Shippensburg State

Ithaca

0

27

Connecticut State

37

7

Bloomsburg State

0

14

Mansfield State

13

31

26 73

1933 (1-5) HC: Earnest Slessinger, C: Albert Fritz Mansfield State Shippensburg State

Lock Haven State

7

33

0

44

Montclair State

0

0

0

19

West Chester State

Montclair State

13

12

Bergen JC

Millersville State

0

18

Millersville State

Trenton State

0

28

0

64

Lock Haven State

13 185

6

19

Clarion State

0

46

Montclair State

26

0

Millersville State

0

33

Trenton State

7

0

0 182

6

0

27

6

14

1938 (4-1-2)

HC: Jim McGovern

Rider

13

7

HC: Jim McGovern, C: Jim Mazar

C: Lewis Purnell, Robert Stover

94 99

Shippensburg State

6

6

13

14

Montclair State

21

0

6

0

38

6

Clarion State

0

0

25 91

7

6

1943, 1944, 1945, NO TEAM - WW II

Mansfield State

2

8

Shippensburg State

0

12

Lock Haven State

0

19

Army Medical

Montclair State

0

33

West Chester State

Millersville State

6

12

Millersville State

Trenton State

0

19

6

0

Bloomsburg State

Shippensburg State

0

19

1949 (5-2-1)

Mansfield State

0

39

HC: Joe Patton

E. Stroudsburg State

0

14

C: Larry Motkowski, William Wolff

Indiantown Gap Army

19

0

6

19

91 32

Shippensburg State

6

6

Cheyney State

43

13

Mansfield State

12

6

Montclair State

38

6

Trenton State

58

0

1939 (5-3)

1946 (3-4)

Bloomsburg State

14

27

HC: Jim McGovern

HC: Walt Risley

Millersville State

21

13

13

27

1935 (3-5)

C: Vince Conway, George Kovich

HC: Jim McGovern, C: Jimmie Heslop

East Carolina State

20

Lebanon Valley

0

19

Shippensburg State

Shippensburg State

0

22

Lock Haven State

Oswego Teachers

33

0

Lock Haven State

0

19

West Chester State

Montclair State

0

18

Bloomsburg State

Mansfield State

6

7

Trenton State

48

Panzer J.C.

26

0

Millersville State

Lock Haven State

14 103

0 19

Bloomsburg State

HC: Earnest Slessinger, C: Art Taute

Panzer J.C.

7

1942 (1-4)

94 58

1934 (1-6)

6

Montclair State

C: John White, George Hollenbach

Rider

6

Lock Haven State

6

7

Shippensburg State

0

14

Montclair State

13

0

Mansfield State

0

18

Trenton State

13

24

6

13

1950 (5-3-1)

20

0

HC: Joe Patton

0

14

12

0

Indiana (PA) State

198 98

C: Frank Marello, Robert Banick 13

13

7

0

Bloomsburg State

0

9

Shippensburg State

7

32

Army Medical

13

6

Millersville State

6

0

Glassboro State

35

6

0

Millersville State

21

0

57 60

0

80 51

107 85

Montclair State

15

6

1947 (2-6)

Trenton State

12

0 35

1940 (3-5)

HC: Joe Patton, C: George Hollenbach,

Bloomsburg State

0

1936 (5-2-1)

HC: Jim McGovern

Carl Strittmatter, Charles Norris

Connecticut State

19

0

HC: Jim McGovern, C: Russ Stoudt

C: Mike Bodnarik, John Buzas

Lock Haven State

6

47

Millersville State

6

25

Lebanon Valley

6

19

Albright

7

24

Shippensburg State

6

28

Cheyney State

37

13

Shippensburg State

0

18

East Carolina State

6

14

Montclair State

0

7

14

0

Shippensburg State

0

13

Mansfield State

6

40

Lock Haven State

7

7

Lock Haven State

6

0

Trenton State

33

0

Montclair State

7

2

Montclair State

0

28

Bloomsburg State

12

24

Trenton State

7

6

Army Ordinance

56

0

Millersville State

7

6

Indiana (PA) State

0

Millersville State

19

7

Bloomsburg State

20

0

Connecticut State

6

20

Shippensburg State

20

7

Nassau C.C.

14

0

Millersville State

0

32

Montclair State

60

21

74 59

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76 171

144 130

1951 (5-2) HC: Joe Patton C: Joe Rinaldi, Stan Sawicki 14

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Year By Year Results Opponent Kutz Opp

Opponent Kutz Opp

Opponent Kutz Opp

Opponent Kutz Opp

Bloomsburg State

0

28

Mansfield State

7

25

East Stroudsburg State

0

22

1963 (3-5, 2-4 PSAC/5th)

Millersville State

33

13

E. Stroudsburg State

14

40

Cheyney State

19

6

HC: Bud Heilman

Connecticut State

27

7

Shippensburg State

6

26

Millersville State

13

39

Central Conn. St

14

0

Cheyney State

33

12

Montclair State

7

35

Trenton State

14

48

Millersville State

6

13

173 102

62 166

Central Conn. St.

6

12

E. Stroudsburg State

6

25

1952 (3-4)

1956 (5-4)

Nat’l Agricultural

7

6

Cape May C.G.

8

13

HC: Joe Patton

HC: Joe Patton

Montclair State

6

3

Cheyney State

C: Joe Villiano, Harvey Kirchgassner

C: Art Castelucci, Keith Newhard

New Haven State

2

13

Kings

14

33

Cheyney State

7

0

Cheyney State

13

6

Millersville State

0

27

Millersville State

0

7

Cheyney State

35

6

Shippensburg State

0

58

Trenton State

13

6

E. Stroudsburg State

0

61

1964 (4-3-1, 2-3-1 PSAC/3rd)

Trenton State

27

6

Millersville State

7

59

HC: Bud Heilman, C: Ed Miller

Nat’l Agricultural

26

24

Delaware Valley

0

25

Central Conn. St

13

West Chester State

0

60

Millersville State

8

0

Mansfield State

0

21

E. Stroudsburg State

6

23

Shippensburg State

7

51

Glassboro State

19

0

Montclair State

0

32

Cheyney State

34

0

West Chester State

0

20

Bloomsburg State

13

20

6

6

Mansfield State West Chester State Lock Haven State

28

7

0

50

6

0

43 155

Shippensburg State Montclair State

1953 (2-5)

E. Stroudsburg State

HC: Joe Patton

New Haven State Cheyney State

0

21

105 128

1960 (1-7, 1-5 PSAC/6th)

Bloomsburg State

25

13

HC: Bud Heilman, C: Sal Messina

Mansfield State

13

19

86 124

38

1957 (3-4-1)

0

HC: Joe Patton

1961 (2-6, 2-3 PSAC/6th)

C: Art Castelucci, Keith Newhard

6

0

0

61

Mansfield State

0

13

West Chester State

6

53

0

19

Juniata

25 184

Kings

49 315

HC: Bud Heilman, C: Gary Simon

Mansfield State

East Stroudsburg State

0

6

Cheyney State

25

6

Cheyney State

25

0

Millersville State

19

7

Montclair State

6

20

HC: Bud Heilman

Nat’l Agricultural

1954 (3-3-1)

Shippensburg State

HC: Joe Patton, C: Bob Wolff

Montclair State

Nat’l Agricultural

6

34

0

Shippensburg State

19

7

0

13

Millersville State

Lock Haven State

0 12

14

West Chester State

65 136

0

45

0

99 69

1965 (1-7, 0-6 PSAC/7th)

0

46

West Chester State

0

47

Central Conn. St

0

25

12

27

Delaware Valley

6

12

Millersville State

6

19

0

13

Central Conn. St

7

20

E. Stroudsburg State

13

26

14

7

Millersville State

7

0

Glassboro State

19

6

14

Mansfield State

0

20

Cheyney State

7

7

E. Stroudsburg State

14

Cheyney State

25

0

84 126

Millersville State

12

26

Trenton State

14

0

Mansfield State

6

30

E. Stroudsburg State

0

19

E. Stroudsburg State

6

32

Trenton State

6

6

Central Conn. St

32

13

1966 (1-6-1, 1-5 PSAC/7th)

Montclair State

20

13

Millersville State

0

6

Millersville State

13

19

HC: Bob Kinderman

90 108

Central Conn. St.

13

2

E. Stroudsburg State

7

54

C: Joe Hennessey, Gerald Rockhill

1955 (1-5-2)

Nat’l Agricultural

0

12

Cape May C.G.

20

13

Central Conn. St

14

17

HC: Joe Patton

Mansfield State

16

14

Cheyney State

45

7

Millersville State

0

26

C: Art Castellucci, Dick Campeotto

Montclair State

13

0

West Chester State

0

35

E. Stroudsburg State

0

33

Nat’l Agricultural

48 59

Bloomsburg State

12

6

Glassboro State

7

7

1959 (3-4-1)

Mansfield State

20

13

Cheyney State

17

14

HC: Joe Patton, C: Bill Nill

0

33

21

13

Cheyney State

0

0

Millersville State

0

20

Trenton State

7

7

54

|

51 164

12

15

West Chester State

0

30

1958 (3-3-1)

1962 (5-3, 3-3 PSAC/3rd)

Bloomsburg State

0

47

HC: Joe Patton, C: Emile Ilchuk

HC: Bud Heilman

Mansfield State

0

42

Mansfield State

2 0 1 1 Ku t z t o w n U n i v e r s i t y F o o t b a ll

0

0

C: Rick Scalese, Bill Wiggins

149 160

West Chester State

50 210


Year By Year Results Opponent Kutz Opp Bloomsburg State

Opponent Kutz Opp

Opponent Kutz Opp

Opponent Kutz Opp 1977 (7-2, 4-1 PSAC/2nd)

7

31

Glassboro State

38

0

Bloomsburg State

7

14

Mansfield State

17

20

Cheyney State

41

3

Mansfield State

7

6

62 181

West Chester State

7

48

Bloomsburg State

24

7

44

14

1967 (1-7, 1-5 PSAC/7th)

88 187

HC: George Baldwin C: Steve Head, Andy Lutkiewicz

1974 (4-5, 3-3 PSAC/4th)

Shippensburg State

29

27

HC: George Baldwin

Millersville State

32

34

C: Cliff Mease, Rick Keeley

E. Stroudsburg State

14

6

HC: Bob Kinderman, C: Jack Kinsky

Mansfield State

Central Conn. St

6

36

Millersville State

7

26

1971 (4-5, 4-2 PSAC/3rd)

Montclair State

7

12

Glassboro State

23

16

E. Stroudsburg State

6

26

HC: Bob Kinderman

Shippensburg State

7

14

Cheyney State

23

14

Glassboro State

14

19

C: David Dorward, Doug Petri

Millersville State

6

17

West Chester State

7

14

Cheyney State

12

35

Montclair State

20

25

E. Stroudsburg State

0

6

Bloomsburg State

14

7

West Chester State

6

41

Millersville State

21

28

Glassboro State

27

18

Mansfield State

35

13

Bloomsburg State

26

19

Shippensburg State

12

14

Cheyney State

20

7

Kean

46

0

7

49

E. Stroudsburg State

20

13

West Chester State

21

30

Kentucky State

15

24

Bloomsburg State

28

6

1968 (3-4-1, 2-3-1 PSAC/4th)

Cheyney State

32

0

34

10

HC: Bob Kinderman

West Chester State

0

62

Mansfield State

84 251

Central Conn. St

0

13

Millersville State

7

7

E. Stroudsburg State

7

23

Glassboro State

20

6

Cheyney State

216 151

Mansfield State

150 120

223 131

1978 (2-7, 1-4 PSAC/5th) HC: George Baldwin C: Tom Calvario, Frank Flizack

Bloomsburg State

43

0

1975 (3-5-1, 3-3 PSAC/4th)

Indiana (PA) State

13

17

Mansfield State

14

3

HC: George Baldwin

Shippensburg State

17

37

170 176

C: Dane Mayson, Frank Williams

1972 (3-6, 3-3 PSAC/4th)

Shippensburg State

Millersville State

7

13

0

21

E. Stroudsburg State

7

20

44

19

HC: Bob Mazey

Millersville State

17

12

Glassboro State

21

3

West Chester State

0

39

C: Tony Alessandrini, Bob Kohler

E. Stroudsburg State

6

35

Cheyney State

9

10

Bloomsburg State

12

24

Montclair State

Mansfield State

13

6

103 137

1969 (5-3, 4-2 PSAC/4th) HC: Bob Kinderman

7

17

Glassboro State

3

3

West Chester State

7

38

Shippensburg State

14

24

Cheyney State

8

23

Bloomsburg State

7

14

Millersville State

Mansfield State

27

10

20

14

West Chester State

6

21

E. Stroudsburg State

7

0

Bloomsburg State

38

0

1979 (6-3, 3-2 PSAC/4th)

115 162

Glassboro State

0

17

Mansfield State

23

8

Central Conn. St

0

13

Cheyney State

6

14

Indiana (PA) State

10

49

Millersville State

21

18

West Chester State

0

43

E. Stroudsburg State

17

23

Bloomsburg State

7

17

1976 (5-5, 3-3 PSAC/4th)

Indiana (PA) State

30

14

HC: George Baldwin

Shippensburg State

25

7

C: Rick Stroup, Kevin Keeler

Millersville State

24

28

111 172

HC: George Baldwin C: Walt Michaels, Vic D’Ottavio 35

Glassboro State

10

0

Mansfield State

35

Cheyney State

43

12

96 160

West Chester State

14

70

1973 (2-7, 1-5 PSAC/6th)

@ Lehigh

6

29

E. Stroudsburg State

20

10

Bloomsburg State

17

6

HC: George Baldwin

@ Shippensburg State 13

21

Glassboro State

41

21

14

13

Millersville State

7

10

Mansfield State

C: Doug Dennison, Mike Brusko

27

35

Cheyney State

Montclair State

13

31

@ E. Stroudsburg State 13

27

West Chester State

28

20

1970 (5-3, 4-2 PSAC/4th)

Shippensburg State

31

10

Glassboro State

26

0

Bloomsburg State

12

7

HC: Bob Kinderman

Millersville State

6

48

Cheyney State (H)

34

14

Mansfield State

31

7

C: Jeff Takacs, George Barton

E. Stroudsburg State

3

13

@ West Chester State

7

27

6

14

@ Bloomsburg State

21

20

2

10

Mansfield State

35

0

13

41

@ Kean

46

14

136 155

Central Conn. St

0

22

Glassboro State

Millersville State

13

14

Cheyney State

E. Stroudsburg State

49

43

West Chester State

218 145

228 187

2 0 1 1 Ku t z t o w n U n i v e r s i t y F o o t b a ll

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Year By Year Results Opponent Kutz Opp

Opponent Kutz Opp

Opponent Kutz Opp

Opponent Kutz Opp

1980 (6-5, 4-1 PSAC/1st)

1983 (6-4, 4-2 PSAC/2nd)

@ Lafayette

6

17

West Chester

14

30

HC: George Baldwin, C: Jeff Pammer,

HC: George Baldwin

Shippensburg

27

9

East Stroudsburg

14

34

Don Shaver

C.W. Post

28

25

Indiana (PA)

20

21

@ Cheyney

9

14

7

17

@ Clarion

14

24

@ West Chester

21

43

Mansfield

39

40

@ Shippensburg State 21

14

@ American Int’l Millersville State

@ Millersville

6

20

@ East Stroudsburg

28

0

@ Millersville

31

59

24

0

East Stroudsburg

7

31

Cheyney (H)

42

12

@ Liberty

17

48

7

16

@ Glassboro State

21

15

@ Mansfield

36

34

27

13

@ Cheyney

28

7

Millersville

14

38

1990 (5-6, 2-4 PSAC/4th)

7

7

@ E. Stroudsburg State Glassboro State Cheyney State

7

6

West Chester

16

7

@ Bloomsburg

@ West Chester State

0

19

Bloomsburg

14

7

222 191

190 349

HC: Barry Fetterman @ Liberty

12

22

@ Bloomsburg State

28

7

@ Mansfield

14

13

1987 (3-7, 3-3 PSAC/4th)

@ Lafayette

16

32

Mansfield State

33

0

@ Lafayette

13

28

HC: George Baldwin

Shippensburg

16

6

Clarion State

14

17

PSAC Championship

161 177

1984 (2-7-1, 1-4-1 PSAC/5th)

@ Clarion State

14

15

182 124

HC: Al Leonzi 17 Glassboro State

C: Greg Buchman, Doug Covert

@ Millersville

17

27

@ So. Conn. St

13

30

@ Bloomsburg

21

23

@ Lafayette

17

29

Clarion

28

27

17

6

@ Shippensburg

9

13

@ West Chester

20

42

1981 (5-4-1, 3-2 PSAC/2nd)

Shippensburg

9

10

West Chester (1)

13

30

@ East Stroudsburg

16

38

HC: George Baldwin

@ Lafayette

3

16

East Stroudsburg (2)

14

7

Cheyney

37

21

@ East Stroudsburg

16

31

@ Cheyney

17

7

Mansfield

42

28

Cheyney

17

7

Mansfield (1)

17

12

California (PA)

28

23

@ Mansfield

C: Dave Keeny, Larry Mertz @ Maine

17

American Int’l

14

7

7

50

@ Millersville State E. Stroudsburg State

17

10

10

@ Millersville

12

17

Millersville

9

21

Bloomsburg

3

17

1991 (6-4, 4-2 PSAC/2nd)

12

35

HC: Barry Fetterman

253 289

12

0

@ Bloomsburg

3

14

@ Indiana (PA)

@ Glassboro State

9

0

Slippery Rock

6

21

@ Cheyney State

20

31

1988 (2-8, 0-6 PSAC/7th)

California (PA)

42

16

HC: Barry Fetterman

@ Shippensburg

35

44

17

6

West Chester State

0

21

Bloomsburg State

48

24

1985 (3-7, 3-3 PSAC/4th)

@ Lafayette

@ Mansfield State

3

7

HC: George Baldwin

Shippensburg

7

15

@ Clarion State

@ West Chester

110 167

C: George Troemel, Marty Seitz

C: Mark Steinmeyer, Tim Clancy

7

54

@ Millersville

36

45

21

15

Bloomsburg

67

19

9

14

@ Clarion

27

33

@ Salem State

36

38

Edinboro

34

22

@ West Chester

42

3

1982 (4-6, 2-4 PSAC/4th)

@ Shippensburg

7

10

@ West Chester

13

52

East Stroudsburg

20

21

HC: George Baldwin

West Chester

8

16

@ East Stroudsburg

10

27

@ Cheyney

35

14

C: Dave Keota, Bill Losco

East Stroudsburg

18

3

Cheyney (H)

14

17

Mansfield

39

22

17

16

134 154

@ Bloomsburg

127 197

Clarion State

20

25

@ Cheyney

19

8

@ Mansfield

24

42

@ Liberty

Millersville State

10

13

Mansfield

29

2

Millersville

12

59

0

24

@ Millersville

3

7

Liberty

13

36

1992 (4-5-1, 2-4 PSAC/5th)

Glassboro State

31

14

Bloomsburg

23

29

Cheyney State

37

0

@ Slippery Rock

7

14

1989 (1-9, 1-5 PSAC/7th)

@ West Chester State

0

55

@ Lafayette

7

23

HC: Barry Fetterman

@ Bloomsburg State

7

29

Mansfield State

3

0

@ Lafayette

3

36

@ C.W. Post

7

6

@ E. Stroudsburg State

56

157 150

HC: Barry Fetterman C: Andy Breault, John Meany @ Maine

0

10

14

44

Shippensburg

16

3

7

18

@ California (PA)

30

30

1986 (5-4-1, 3-2-1 PSAC/4th)

@ Shippensburg

HC: George Baldwin

Bloomsburg

24

20

@ Mansfield

27

30

@ Edinboro

21

42

Millersville

21

23

So. Conn. St

118 202 |

@ Lafayette

157 338

360 233

2 0 1 1 Ku t z t o w n U n i v e r s i t y F o o t b a ll

21

10


Year By Year Results Opponent Kutz Opp

Opponent Kutz Opp

Opponent Kutz Opp

Opponent Kutz Opp

@ Bloomsburg

17

10

@ West Chester

21

12

1999 (4-6, 3-3 PSAC/4th)

2002 (4-7, 2-4 PSAC/5th)

Lock Haven

48

13

East Stroudsburg

28

7

HC: Dave Keeny, C: Jon Murphy, Terry

HC: Dave Keeny, C: Rob Flowers, Jed

West Chester

34

35

Robertson, Steve Windsor

King, Dave Maloney

@ East Stroudsburg

21

27

1996 (4-6, 2-4 PSAC/5th)

63

6

Cheyney

277 187

219 114

HC: Al Leonzi @ American Int’l

3

7

Lock Haven

37

7

@ Shippensburg

12

@ Clarion

21

Elizabeth City State

34

13

42

@ Lock Haven

14

21

31

Shippensburg

14

31

Clarion

1993 (2-9, 0-6 PSAC/7th)

Shippensburg

37

34

Bloomsburg

33

42

HC: Al Leonzi

So. Conn. St (OT)

21

24

@ Cheyney

27

6

@ Indiana (PA)

7

31

@ West Chester

24

31

9

54

@ E. Stroudsburg (OT)

20

27

Mansfield

51

14

Mansfield

32

22

East Stroudsburg

14

45

Cheyney (H)

41

7

East Stroudsburg (H)

24

10

Bloomsburg (H)

21

31

@ Shippensburg

10

27

@ Mansfield

10

7

@ Millersville

28

35

@ Millersville

9

10

California (PA)

31

28

Millersville

13

16

Slippery Rock

38

68

@ Edinboro

14

10

Mansfield

21

24

@ Bloomsburg

10

34

@ West Chester

30

55

Cheyney

37

13

7

41

@ California (PA)

21

14

7

34

Bloomsburg (H)

25

47

West Chester (OT)

14

17

2000 (7-4, 4-2 PSAC/3rd)

@ Lock Haven

30

52

HC: Dave Keeny

2003 (6-5, 3-3 PSAC/4th)

@ Millersville

@ West Chester So. Conn. St @ Cheyney

190 187

301 310

3

35

1997 (6-4, 3-3 PSAC/4th)

C: Jon Murphy, Terry Robertson

24

14

HC: Al Leonzi

@ Maine

19

30

C: Denauld Brown, Chris Fraley

0

@ East Stroudsburg

HC: Dave Keeny, C: Tim Krusen, Brent 45

Miller, Trevor Miller, Matt Sola

@ Lock Haven

21

8

W. Va. Wesleyan

44

26

Siena

40

13

Lock Haven

1994 (5-5, 4-2 PSAC/3rd)

Lock Haven

22

11

@ Millersville

30

38

HC: Al Leonzi

@ Shippensburg

14

21

Clarion

17

14

193 397

213 247

@ Virginia State

34

6

7

3

@ Shippensburg

12

35

@ Clarion

20

19

West Chester

9

17

East Stroudsburg

20

45

@ East Stroudsburg

17

16

West Chester

17

16

New Haven

6

31

@ Cheyney

50

6

West Chester

24

0

@ Mansfield

24

45

@ California (PA)

46

21

Mansfield (H)

44

0

Cheyney (H)

35

12

@ Bloomsburg (OT)

28

35

Cheyney

10

7

@ Millersville

24

21

@ Mansfield

27

6

Millersville (H)

17

0

@ Mansfield

20

10

Bloomsburg

Bloomsburg

28

35

Edinboro

3

56

Millersville (H)

12

7

@ Shippensburg

21

31

@ Cheyney

33

6

33

34

California (PA)

@ Bloomsburg

17

29

@ West Chester

Shippensburg

14

18

@ Towson State

31

36

@ East Stroudsburg

24

7

189 183

7

17

12

7

12

24

249 178

260 218

East Stroudsburg

2001 (6-4, 4-2 PSAC/3rd)

1998 (5-5, 3-3 PSAC/4th)

HC: Dave Keeny, C: Yorel Prosser,

2004 (4-6, 2-4 PSAC/5th)

HC: Dave Keeny, C: Aldain Lobban,

Alex Daecher, Rob Flowers

Kevin Wimberly, Emneko Sweeney

@ Elizabeth City St

40

12

228 255

HC: Dave Keeny C: Michael Baldwin, Greg Mitchell

1995 (6-4, 4-2 PSAC/3rd)

@ Lock Haven

35

7

Lock Haven

28

6

0

35

HC: Al Leonzi

Shippensburg (H)

28

24

Millersville

20

18

Clarion

25

14

16

23

@ Clarion

7

36

@ Lock Haven

28

20

9

37

East Stroudsburg

10

19

Mansfield

45

10

@ West Chester

@ Shippensburg

@ New Haven

19

28

Clarion

@ W. Va. Wesleyan

14

16

@ Bloomsburg

California (PA)

34

0

Cheyney

42

22

@ West Chester

26

25

9

51

@ Cheyney

17

7

@ Mansfield

24

21

@ Cheyney

21

6

Bloomsburg

12

37

Mansfield

23

0

@ East Stroudsburg

31

6

Mansfield (H)

28

7

East Stroudsburg

25

44

@ Millersville

20

21

Millersville

14

42

@ Bloomsburg

7

10

@ Millersville

37

38

Bloomsburg (H)

8

17

@ Slippery Rock

7

26

Shippensburg

23

24

Edinboro (H)

14

23

@ Shippensburg

35

6

21

34

@ Cheyney

38

13

West Chester

227 242

210 163

233 285

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Year By Year Results Opponent Kutz Opp

Opponent Kutz Opp

Opponent Kutz Opp

Opponent Kutz Opp

2005 (2-8, 2-4 PSAC/5th)

East Stroudsburg

23

24

2009 (3-8, 1-6 PSAC East/7th)

2010

HC: Dave Keeny, C: Michael Baldwin,

@ Millersville (3OT)

26

23

HC: Raymond Monica, C: Shane

HC: Raymond Monica, C: Khalief

Tony Bria, Greg Mitchell, Adam Ogorek

Martin, Kevin Morton, David Cressman,

Evans, Kevin Bolinsky, Kevin Morton,

Shippensburg

3

10

2008 (5-6, 4-3 PSAC East/4th)

Jared Haas, Mike Gardier

Jared Haas, Joel Irwin

@ Clarion (4OT)

23

29

HC: Raymond Monica,

@ St. Anselm

17

13

S. Connecticut St.

28

31

C: Nick Cresta, Cort Porrino,

@ Clarion

25

6

@ Mansfield

45

18

Maurice Adams, Darrell Martin

Slippery Rock

24

West Chester

21

48

St. Anselm

35

0

Bloomsburg

12

@ Bloomsburg

306 319

Saint Anselm

41

0

Mercyhurst

35

14

27

@ Lock Haven

38

13

31

@ Cheyney

52

14

0

12

Clarion

20

26

@ West Chester

17

31

Shippensburg

33

24

@ East Stroudsburg

14

42

@ Slippery Rock

24

38

Cheyney (H)

35

21

@ East Stroudsburg

38

31

Millersville (H)

20

23

@ Bloomsburg

21

31

@ Shippensburg

22

26

Millersville

38

28

7

33

West Chester

8

49

East Stroudsburg

20

27

C.W. Post

50

48

29

12

@ Cheyney

31

13

@ Millersville

35

41

West Chester

45

23

Shippensburg

42

21

@ C.W. Post

17

42

@ Bloomsburg

35

61

3

27

Indiana (Pa.)

32

34

@ Gannon

27

24

26

17

Shepherd*

34

41

@ Edinboro Cheyney

190 258

2006 (4-6, 2-4 PSAC/5th)

@ East Stroudsburg

HC: Raymond Monica, C: Dan

Millersville (H)

Chominski, Mike Grosso, Jason

C.W. Post

Henley, Raymond Yannuzzi

@ Indiana (Pa.)

Clarion

27

10

@ Shippensburg

27

42

Slippery Rock

10

34

Millersville

17

45

Mansfield

51

7

@ Bloomsburg

14

41

West Chester (H)

47

49

@ Cheyney

28

6

@ Lock Haven

30

10

@ East Stroudsburg

16

56

267 300

2007 (5-6, 2-3 PSAC/t-3rd) HC: Raymond Monica, C: Brian Bingnear, Tom Cressman, Elfren Quiles, Scott Smith, Kyle Spotts @ S. Connecticut St.

30

52

@ Clarion

35

13

Shippensburg

27

16

9

45

American Int’l

55

20

Bloomsburg

32

49

0

21

Cheyney

40

21

Edinboro (H)

28

35

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@ West Chester

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All historical records in this publication are continuously researched. Corrections or additions may be submitted via email (athletics@kutztown.edu)

Head Coaches Golden Bear Football Coaches, year-by-year records Coach (Years)

Seasons Overall

Charles Vibberts (1927)

1

John Bowman (1928) Earnest Slessinger (1929-34)

Pct.

1-4

.200

1

2-3

.400

6

9-26-2

.257

Jim McGovern (1935-43)

9

25-28-4

.474

Walt Risley (1946)

1

3-4

.429

Joe Patton (1947-59)

PSAC

Pct.

13

43-49-9

.470

Bud Heilman (1960-65)

6

16-31-1

.344

10-24-1

.300

Bob Kinderman (1966-71)

6

19-28-2

.398

16-29-1

.458

Bob Mazey (1972)

1

3-6

.333

3-3

.500

George Baldwin (1973-83, 85-87)

14

61-71-3

.463

39-38-1

.506

Barry Fetterman (1988-92)

5

18-32-1

.363

9-21

.300

Al Leonzi (1984, 93-97)

6

25-35-1

.418

14-21-1

.403

Dave Keeny (1998-2005)

8

38-45

.458

23-25

.479

Raymond Monica (2006-)

5

27-28

.490

15-17

.468

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Golden Bear Tradition The tradition we know as Kutztown University football today began more than 100 years ago, when KU was known as Keystone Normal School. Keystone won all five games it played during the initial 1895 season, including a 10-4 win over Reading High School. The school fielded a team until 1905, when the sport was suspended due to a serious on-field injury. In 1923, football became, for the most part, a permanent fixture of the campus. Those initial seasons set the foundation for football and athletics in general at KU. The early teams were nicknamed the “Golden Avalanche,” and featured many competitive players and teams. The current nickname of “Golden Bears” was adopted in 1961. Since then, KU has had its share of prominent players who have received national attention and fame on the football field. Additionally, numerous Golden Bears have gone on to successful coaching, teaching, business and many other careers. The individuals listed on this and the following pages are prime examples of the many fine men who call Kutztown University their alma mater.

Kutztown Athletics Hall of Fame Golden Bear Football Players & Coaches in the KU Athletics Hall of Fame Phil Anthony (’71)

Rocco J. Donofrio (’54)

Larry Mertz (’83)

Coach Ernie Slessinger (1929-34)

Coach George Baldwin

Charles Dunkelberger (‘31)

Walt Michaels (’80)

Mark Steinmeyer (’94)

George Barton (’71)

George B. Ely (1905-08)

Ed Miller (’66)

Russell Stoudt (’37)

Jim Bennett (’82)

Louis Gill (’52)

Joseph Musso (’39)

Raymond “Pete” Sullivan (’61)

Charles Blocksidge (’65)

Bruce Harper (’76)

Keith Newhard (’59)

Harold “Hank” Trenchard (’41)

Gene Blue (’55)

Steve Head (’79)

William Nill (’62)

Joe Villiano (’53)

Andy Breault (’92)

Leroy “Liz” Heckman (’49)

Bernie Nowotarski (’84)

Jack Wabby (’69)

Denauld Brown (‘08)

Joseph J. Hennessey (’66)

Edward Osinski (’42)

Lester Wentling (’33)

Frank Burock (’36)

Joseph C. “Flat” Hertz (’39)

Jeff Pammer (’81)

George Whary (’74)

John Buzas (’41)

Bob Hillegas (’68)

Coach Joe Patton (1949-60)

John B. White (’79)

Coach Gino Calcagni

“Mike” Harvey Huber (’78)

Darrien Peoples (1993-97)

Bill Wiggins (’63)

Richard Campeotto

Kevin Keeler (’77)

Michael “Mickey” Pladus (’80)

Dave Wiggins (’65)

Art Castelluci (’58)

George Kovich (’41)

John Polischak, Jr. (’39)

Frank Williams (’75)

Anthony J. Cipriano (’65)

Mike Kullman (’91)

Doug Pollard (’72)

Bill Wolff, Sr. (’50)

Tim Clancy (’92)

Richard Kyle (’61)

Andre Reed (’84)

Dr. Bob Wolff (’55)

Fiorindo “Beauty” DeMatteo (’39)

Coach Al Leonzi (1968-97)

Ron Reed (’71)

Gus Yatron (’47)

Doug Dennison (’73)

Paul Magistro (’87)

Mike Riley (’83)

Ralston “Red” Derr (’31)

Coach James McGovern

Joe Rinaldi (’52)

Bob DiRico (’88)

Cliff Mease (’75)

Don Shaver (’81)

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Golden Bears in the Pros golden bears in the nfl KU was represented on an active NFL roster every year from 1974 to 2003. The following are KU players who have played in regular-season games. Doug Dennison, RB

Bruce Harper, RB

Dallas Cowboys, 1974-78

New York Jets, 1977-84

Doug Dennison opened the doors to

Bruce Harper, a standout for the New

the NFL when he joined the Dallas

York Jets in the late 1970s, set an NFL

Cowboys’ roster in 1974. A member

record as a kick returner. Harper was

of KU’s Hall of Fame, Dennison was

a running back for the Golden Bears

a running back with “America’s Team”

under head coach George Baldwin.

during the glory years of Coach Tom

He also is a member of the KU Athletic

Landry and Hall of Fame quarterback Roger Staubach.

Hall of Fame and in 2003, was named to the New York Jets’ All-Time Team as a punt/kick returner.

Andre Reed, WR

John Mobley, LB

Buffalo Bills, 1984-1999

Denver Broncos, 1996-2003

Washington Redskins, 2000

John Mobley was the 15th pick overall

One of the top receivers in National

and the first pick of the Denver Broncos

Football League history, Andre Reed

in the 1996 NFL Draft. Mobley started

played for the Golden Bears in the early

at linebacker for the Broncos in each

1980s. Reed, who played in four Super

of his seven seasons, helping Denver

Bowls for the Buffalo Bills, is a member

to back-to-back Super Bowl Champion-

of the Kutztown University Athletic Hall

ships in 1998 and 1999.

of Fame. In 2000, Reed played for the Washington Redskins before retiring in 2001. In 2002, Reed was inducted into the Division II Football Hall of Fame.

Other golden bears signed by the pros Denauld Brown, DT (Washington Redskins, 1998; Frankfurt Galaxy {NFL Europe}, 1999; Seattle Seahawks, 1999); Ron Day, RB (Philadelphia Eagles, 1978); Jasen Esposito, OT (New England Patriots, 2003; Buffalo Bills, 2004-05); Carl Haberstroh, LB (Oakland Raiders, 1980); Steve Head, G (Philadelphia Eagles, 1978); Shawn Jones, DB/RS (British Columbia Lions {CFL}, 1993); Paul Kent, OL (Hamilton Tiger Cats {CFL}, 1996); Steve Kratz, K (Buffalo Bills; Miami Hooters {AFL}, 1994; Tampa Bay Storm {AFL} 2003); Richard Kyle, OT/DT (Baltimore Colts, 1961); Paul Magistro, FB (Pittsburgh Steelers, 1987); Walt Michaels, LB (Cleveland Browns, 1980); Terrence Miles, LB (New Orleans Saints, 2000); Bernie Nowotarski, CB (Seattle Seahawks, 1982); Dave Pasley, LB (Philadelphia Eagles, 1984); Mike Riley, S (Detroit Lions, 1982); Don Shaver, RB (Minnesota Vikings, 1981); Kyle Spotts, QB (New York Dragons {AFL}, 2008); Bruce Tiller, WR (Philadelphia Eagles, 1987)

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Records Single game team Interceptions 7 Total Offense 625 Points Scored 67 Points Allowed 70 Victory Margin 58 Defeat Margin 65

vs. Cheyney, vs. Bloomsburg, vs. Bloomsburg (67-19) vs. West Chester (70-14) vs. Trenton State (58-0) vs. Shippensburg (65-0) vs. Lock Haven (65-0)

2002 2007 1991 1969 1949 1931 1931

Rushing Attempts Game 39 Season 306 Career 752

Darrien Peoples vs. Cheyney 1995 Darrien Peoples 1996 Darrien Peoples 1993 – 96

Rushing Yards Game 259 Maurice Adams vs. Cheyney 2004 Season 1,393 Darrien Peoples 1996 Career 3,156 Darrien Peoples 1993 – 96 Rushing Touchdowns Game 5 Season 17 Career 33 Pass Attempts Game Season Career

Stephen Gammage vs. Cheyney 2002 Don Shaver 1979 Don Shaver 1977 – 80

57 Andy Breault vs. Clarion 57 Fred Seifert 474 Andy Breault 1,259 Andy Breault

1991 1989 1990 1989 – 92

Pass Completions Game 35 Kevin Morton, Kutztown vs. WCU 2010 Season 269 Andy Breault 1990 Career 733 Andy Breault 1989-92 Best Completion Percentage Game 91.0 Greg Gristick vs. Millersville 1980 Season 62.5 Andy Breault 1991 Career 58.2 Andy Breault 1989 – 92 Passing Yards Game 463 Kyle Spotts vs. Bloomsburg 2007 Season 3,633 Kevin Morton 2010 Career 9,096 Andy Breault 1989 – 92 Touchdown Passes Game 7 Season 38 Career 86

Andy Breault vs. Bloomsburg 1991 Kevin Morton 2010 Andy Breault 1989 – 92

Most Passes Had Intercepted Game 6 Robb Walters vs. West Chester 1997 6 Andy Breault vs. Shippensburg 1991 Season 20 Andy Breault 1991 Career 63 Andy Breault 1989 – 92 Receptions Game Season Career

15 86 200

Terry Robertson vs. Bloomsburg 2000 Mark Steinmeyer 1990 Mark Steinmeyer 1988 – 91

Receiving Yards Game 308 Elfren Quiles vs. Bloomsburg 2007 Season 1,187 Elfren Quiles 2007 Career 2,118 Mark Steinmeyer 1988-91 Touchdown Receptions Game 4 Larry Baumgardner vs. Mansfield 2005 4 Mark Steinmeyer vs. Bloomsburg,1991 4 Tony Santella vs. Cheyney 1986 Season 12 Elfren Quiles 2006 Career 22 Mark Steinmeyer 1988-91 Total Offense Yards Game 94 Kyle Spotts vs. Bloomsburg 2007 Season 3,173 Andy Breault 1990 Career 8,975 Andy Breault 1989-92 All-Purpose Yards Game 308 Elfren Quiles vs. Bloomsburg 2007 Season 2,260 Mark Steinmeyer 1990 Career 6,210 Mark Steinmeyer 1989-92 PAT Kicks Made Season 54 Matt Dineen Career 104 Matt Dineen Field Goals Attempted Season 20 Matt Dineen Career 61 Matt Dineen Field Goals Made Game 5 Season 17 Career 48

2010 2010

2009 2007-10

Matt Dineen vs. Cheyney 2009 Matt Dineen 2009 Matt Dineen 2007-present

Best Field Goal Percentage (min. 0.5 made/game) Season 85.7 Scott Anderson 1979 (6-of-7) Career 63.2 Matt Scartozzi 2002-05 (24-of-38) Punts Season Career

71 250

Jeff Reifinger Jeff Reifinger

1985 1984-87

Punting Yards Season 2,486 Mike Brusko Career 8,868 Jon Corson

1973 2000-03

Best Punting Average Season 43.0 Jon Corson Career 38.7 Pete Merkel

2003 1988-91

Punt Returns Season 26 Career 69

Brian Dennison Mark Steinmeyer

1977 1988-91

Punt Return Yards Season 295 Mark Steinmeyer Career 813 Mark Steinmeyer

1988 1988-91

Best Punt Return Average (min 1 return/game) Season 16.4 Mark Steinmeyer Career 11.8 Mark Steinmeyer

1989 1988-91

Kickoff Returns Season 28 28 28 Career 76

Andre Davis Shawn Jones Mark Steinmeyer Mark Steinmeyer

2003 1990 1990 1988-91

Kickoff Return Yards Season 646 Dontay Wilson Career 1,470 Mark Steinmeyer

2007 1988-91

Best Kickoff Return Average (min. 1 return/gm.) Season 29.7 John Noble 1999 Career 23.6 Terry Robertson 1997-2000 Interceptions Game 4 Season 10 Career 21

Pete Mendez vs. Cheyney 2002 Kevin Keeler 1976 Pete Mendez 1999-2002

Tackles Game Season Career

31 Larry Mertz vs. Clarion 134 Larry Mertz 424 Tim Clancy

1980 1981 1988-91

Sacks Game Season Career

8 Gerry Sukanick 16 Jay Schiavello 25.5 Tracey Wright

1979 1980 1982-85

Punts Blocked Season 4

Rick Keeley

Coaching Victories Career 61

George Baldwin

1973-83, 85-87

Best Winning Percentage, Head Coach Career .474 Jim McGovern

1937-43

1975

Miscellaneous Longest Run: 91, Emneko Sweeney vs. Clarion, 1998 Longest Pass: 88, Kyle Spotts vs. AIC, 2007 Longest Rec.: 88, Elfren Quiles vs. AIC, 2007 Longest Int. Return: 95, Bob McCullough, 1940 Longest Fumble Return: 98, Michael Baldwin vs. Clarion, 2005 Longest Field Goal: 48, Emerson Johnson, 1994, 48 Steve Kratz, 1989 Longest Punt: 79, Jon Corson vs. Mansfield, 2003 Longest Kickoff Return: 95, Kevin Wimberly vs. ESU, 1997 95, Shawn Jones, 1991 Longest Punt Return: 86, Bernie Townes, 1979

SINGLE SEASON-TEAM Best Record Wins Winning streak Points Scored Points Allowed Fewest Points Scored Fewest Points Allowed Shutouts 4 Shutouts Against

10-1, .909 (2010) 10 (2010) 9 (2010) 432 (2010-11 games) 397 (1993-11 games) 0 (1941-6 games) 32 (1938-7 games) (1937, 1964) 6 (1931, 1941)

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All-Time Leaders (Season & Career) Season records

Receiving TDs Elfren Quiles 12 Josh Smith 12 Rich Hamilton 10 Mark Steinmeyer 10 Dom Mele 10

Year 2006 2010 2000 1991 1991

Tackles Larry Mertz 134 Tim Clancy 133 Tim Clancy 131 Todd Ayers 127

Year 1981 1991 1989 1993

Sacks Jay Schiavello 16 Tracey Wright 14

Year 1980 1985

Interceptions Kevin Keeler 10 Pete Mendez 9 B. Nowatarski 8 Shawn Jones 8

Year 1976 2001 1981 1991

Year 2010 1991 2000 1990 2007 2006

Punts Jeff Reifinger 71 Ryan Nye 67 Jeff Reifinger 67 Tim DeLaney 66 Tim DeLaney 66 Scott Ruhl 65

Year 1985 2005 1987 1996 1995 1980

Carries Darrien Peoples 306 Don Shaver 236 Stephen Gammage 227 Darrien Peoples 226 Paul Magistro 200

Year 1996 1979 2002 1995 1986

Rushing Yards Darrien Peoples 1,393 Don Shaver 1,292 Bruce Harper 1,132 Emneko Sweeney 1,113 Emneko Sweeney 1,103 Paul Magistro 1,021 Yorel Prosser 1,004

Year 1996 1979 1976 1997 1998 1986 2001

Punting Yards Mike Brusko 2,486 Ryan Nye 2,480 Jeff Reifinger 2,467 Jon Corson 2,366 Dean Myers 2,343 Jeff Reifinger 2,289

Year 1973 2005 1985 2003 1993 1987

Punting Average Jon Corson 43.0 Ryan Nye 41.6 Ryan Nye 41.2 Pete Merkel 40.0 Ryan Nye 39.5 Pete Merkel 39.2

Year 2003 2007 2008 1991 2006 1990

Rushing TDs Don Shaver 17 Stephen Gammage 14 Yorel Prosser 12 Bruce Harper 11 Emneko Sweeney 11

Year 1979 2002 1999 1976 1997

Punt Returns Brian Dennison 26 Jason Gray 22 Jason Gray 20 Mark Steinmeyer 20 B. Nowotarski 20

Year 1977 1997 1998 1990 1981

Receptions Mark Steimeyer 86 Terry Robertson 68 Terry Robertson 68 Elfren Quiles 64 Trevor Smith 60 M. de Marteleire 56

Year 1990 2000 1999 2007 2003 1999

Punt Return Yards Mark Steinmeyer 295 Mark Steinmeyer 261 Kendell Coleman 261 B. Nowotarski 210 John Mobley 202

Year 1989 1990 2008 1981 1995

Receiving Yards Elfren Quiles 1,187 Mark Steinmeyer 940 Erik Frazier 935 Trevor Smith 843 Elfren Quiles 816

Year 2007 1990 2010 2003 2006

Punt Ret. Avg. (1/gm.) Mark Steinmeyer 16.4 Kendell Coleman 16.3 Shawn Jones 14.2 John Mobley 13.5 Mark Steinmeyer 13.1 M. de Marteleire 12.6

Year 1989 2008 1991 1995 1990 1999

Pass Attempts Andy Breault 474 Kevin Morton 384 Kyle Spotts 380 Andy Breault 360 M. de Martelerie 339

Year 1990 2010 2007 1991 2000

Pass Completions Kevin Morton 270 Andy Breault 269 Andy Breault 225 M. de Marteleire 198 Andy Breault 197

Year 2010 1990 1991 2000 1992

Passing Yards Kevin Morton 3,633 Andy Breault 3,143 Andy Breault 2,927 Kyle Spotts 2,613 Andy Breault 2,566

Year 2010 1990 1991 2007 1992

Passing TDs Kevin Morton 38 Andy Breault 37 M. de Marteleire 24 Andy Breault 23 Kyle Spotts 20 Kyle Spotts 20

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Kickoff Returns Yr. Andre Davis Shawn Jones Mark Steinmeyer Mark Steinmeyer Dontay Wilson Mike Donnelly

28 28 28 26 25 25

2003 1992 1990 1989 2007 1988

Kevin Morton M. de Marteleire

5,554 3,587

2009-10 1998-00

TD Passes Andy Breault 86 Kevin Morton 53 Kyle Spotts 51 M. de Marteleire 34 Rob Holmes 29

Year 1989-92 2009-10 2005-07 1998-00 1993-96

Carries Darrien Peoples 752 Paul Magistro 564 Don Shaver 562 Yorel Prosser 526 S. Gammage 508

Year 1993-96 1983-86 1977-80 1998-01 2002-04

Rushing Yards Darrien Peoples 3,156 Yorel Prosser 2,731 Don Shaver 2,621 Paul Magistro 2,548 Emneko Sweeney 2,496 Dontay Wilson 2,173 Bruce Harper 2,169 Bob DiRico 2,057 Phil Anthony 2,057

Year 1993-96 1998-01 1977-80 1983-86 1995-98 2007-09 1974-76 1984-86 1968-70

Rushing TDs Don Shaver 33 Yorel Prosser 28 S. Gammage 25 Paul Magistro 23 Bruce Harper 21

Year 1977-80 1998-01 2002-04 1983-86 1974-76

Kickoff Return Yards Dontay Wilson 646 Mark Steinmeyer 577 Andre Davis 574 Mark Steinmeyer 558 Josh Mastromatto 530

Year 2007 1988 2003 1990 2010

Kickoff Ret. Avg. (1/gm.) John Noble 29.7 Kevin Wimberly 29.0 Josh Mastromatto 26.5 Terry Robertson 26.5 Kendell Coleman 26.1 Dontay Wilson 25.8

Year 1999 1997 2010 1998 2010 2007

PAT Kicks Made Matt Dineen 54 Duane Werley 35 Steve Kratz 33 Marcel Kottke 32 Steve Sandberg 31

Year 2010 1999 1991 2000 2006

Field Goals Made Matt Dineen 17 Matt Dineen 13 Dean Myers 9 Tim DeLaney 9

Year 2010 2010 1993 1996

Field Goals Attempted Matt Dineen 20 Mike Attardi 17 Steve Kratz 16 Matt Dineen 16

Year 2010 1987 1988 2008

Receptions Mark Steinmeyer 200 Trevor Smith 166 Terry Robertson 165 Andre Reed 142 Darrien Peoples 134

Year 1988-91 2001-04 1997-00 1981-84 1993-96

Field Goal % (0.5/gm.) S. Anderson 85.7 (6-7) M. Scartozzi 80.0 (8-10) M. Fairchild 80.0 (8-10) M. Scartozzi 77.8 (7-9) M. Kottke 75.0 (6-8)

Year 1979 2003 1984 2005 2000

Receiving Yards Mark Steinmeyer 2,118 Trevor Smith 2,060 Justin Bordlemay 2,010 Elfren Quiles 2,003 Andre Reed 2,002

Year 1988-91 2001-04 1992-95 2006-07 1981-84

Receiving TDs Mark Steinmeyer 23 Elfren Quiles 20 Trevor Smith 20 Dom Mele 18 Justin Bordlemay 16 Andre Reed 14

Year 1988-91 2006-07 2001-04 1990-92 1992-95 1981-84

Tackles Tim Clancy 424 John Mobley 387 Todd Ayers 328 Larry Mertz 299 Jerry Lucas 298

Year 1988-91 1991-95 1991-94 1979-81 1992-95

Sacks Tracey Wright 25.5 Jon Murphy 22 Aldain Lobban 20

Year 1982-85 1997-00 1995-98

CAREER RECORDS Pass Attempts Andy Breault 1,259 Rob Holmes 1,036 Kyle Spotts 921 Kevin Morton 720 Greg Buchman 667

Year 1989-92 1993-96 2005-07 2009-10 1985-88

Completions Andy Breault 733 Rob Holmes 560 Kyle Spotts 475 Kevin Morton 430 Greg Buchman 311

Year 1989-92 1993-96 2005-07 2009-10 1985-88

Passing Yards Andy Breault 9,096 Rob Holmes 6,092 Kyle Spotts 6,065

Year. 1989-92 1993-96 2005-07


All-Time Leaders (Season & Career) Harry Williams Kevin Bolinsky John Mobley

20 20 19

1981-84 2007-10 1991-95

Ryan Nye Tim DeLaney Pete Merkel

Interceptions Pete Mendez 21 Shawn Jones 20 B. Nowotarski 17 Kevin Keeler 17

Year 1999-02 1989-92 1979-81 1974-76

Punting Avg Pete Merkel 38.7 Jon Corson 38.6

Year 1989-91 2000-03

Punts Jeff Reifinger 250 Jon Corson 230 Ryan Nye 150 Tim DeLaney 132

Year 1984-87 2000-03 2005-08 1994-96

Punt Returns Mark Steinmeyer 69 Jason Gray 65

Year 1988-91 1996-99

Punt Return Yards Mark Steinmeyer 813 Jason Gray 540 Shawn Jones 357

Year 1988-91 1996-99 1989-92

Punting Yards Jon Corson 8,868 Jeff Reifinger 8,718

Year 2000-03 1984-87

Punt Return Avg. Mark Steinmeyer 11.8 Shawn Jones 10.5

Year 1988-91 1989-92

5,863 4,534 3,834

20051994-96 1989-91

Kick Returns Mark Steinmeyer 76 Andre Davis 61 Terry Robertson 54 Shawn Jones 52

Year 1988-91 2000-03 1997-00 1989-92

Kick Return Yards Mark Steinmeyer 1,470 Terry Robertson 1,273 Andre Davis 1,182 Shawn Jones 955

Year 1988-91 1997-00 2000-03 1989-92

Kick Return Avg. Terry Robertson 23.6 Kevin Mobley 22.6 Emneko Sweeney 21.7 Kevin Wimberly 21.7 Greg Glenn 21.1

Year 1997-00 1994-95 1995-98 1995-98 1987-89

PAT Kicks Steve Kratz 86 Marcel Kottke 85

Year 1989-92 1997-01

Field Goals Made Matt Dineen 35 Matt Scartozzi 24 Steve Kratz 19 Mike Attardi 18 Emerson Johnson 15

Year 2007-present 2002-05 1989-92 1985-87 1994-95

Field Goals Attempted Steve Kratz 43 Mike Attardi 40 Matt Scartozzi 38 Marcel Kottke 27 Emerson Johnson 26

Year 1989-92 1985-87 2002-05 1997-2001 1994-95

Honors PSAC Scholar-Athlete of the Year 2001 — 2002: Alex Daecher Coaches of the Year 1991: Barry Fetterman 2010: Raymond Monica Players of the Year 1985: Paul Magistro (FB) 1991: Andy Breault (QB) 1995: John Mobley (LB/RS) 1999: Terrence Miles (LB) 2000: Mike de Marteleire (QB) 2001: Pete Mendez (DB) 2005: Michael Baldwin (DB) 2010: Kevin Morton (QB) Rookies of the Year 1988: Mark Steinmeyer (RB) 1993: Nick Hanych (TE) 1994: Kevin Mobley (DB) 1995: Kevin Wimberly (DB) 1998: Mike de Marteleire (QB) 1999: Pete Mendez (LB) 2002: Stephen Gammage (RB) All-PSAC-East First Team 1963: Tony Cipriano (DT) 1964: Tony Cipriano (DT), Dave Wiggins (LB) 1965: Joe Hennessey (DE) 1966: Gerald Rockhill (DE) 1967: Carlos Peyton (DB) 1968: Jack Wabby (DB) Ron Reed (LB) 1969: George Barton (DE) Mike Zimmerman (DT) Bruce Krasley (OG) 1970: Jeff Wise (TE) Rich Kistner (C) John Gorman (WR)

George Barton (DE) Mike Zimmerman (DT) Steve Reeder (DB) 1971: Bob Kohler (LB) John Kashner (DB) Jeff Wise (TE) Doug Petri (OT) Terry Woginrich (QB) 1972: Chuck Kopanski (DE) Ben Ellegood (DT) Tony Allessandrini (LB) 1973: Gary Gisondi (K) Cliff Mease (OG) Mike Brusko (P) Rick Keeley (DL) George Whary (DB) 1974: Rick Keeley (DL) Frank Williams (LB) George Whary (DB) Carl Pearson (TE) Cliff Mease (OG) 1975: Steve Head (G) Bruce Harper (RB) Carl Pearson (TE) Frank Williams (LB) 1976: Bruce Harper (RB) Steve Head (G) Kevin Keeler (DB) Joe Lentz (OT) Pat McDermott (DE) 1977: Ron Day (RB) Frank Flizak (DL) Steve Head (G) Eric Megargel (DE) Todd Schlegel (LB) 1978: Don Shaver (FB) Mark Verica (QB) Randy Walck (TE) 1979: Jim Bennett (OT) Scott Lustig (C)

Walt Michaels (LB) Jeff Pammer (G) Don Shaver (FB) 1980: Jim Bennett (OT) Greg Gristick (QB) Dave Keeny (RB) Larry Mertz (LB) Bernie Nowotarski (DB) Jeff Pammer (G) Ed Podorsky (DB) Willie Roman (WR) 1981: Larry Mertz (LB) Bernie Nowotarski (DB) 1982: Dave Keota (DB) Kevin Owens (OT) Harry Williams (DT) 1983: John Kollar (DB) Andre Reed (WR) Dave Waligurski (G), 1984: Bob DiRico (RB) Tom Lees (G) Andre Reed (WR) Dave Waligurski (G) Tracey Wright (DE) 1985: Bob DiRico (RB) Mike Kullman (DB) Paul Magistro (FB) Ben Payavis (C) Tracey Wright (DE) 1986: Paul Magistro (RB) 1987: Gary Awkard (CB) Jeff Fulmer (C) Stan Wateski (OG) 1988: Jeff Fulmer (C) 1989: Tim Clancy (LB) 1990: Andy Breault (QB) Steve Kratz (K) Mark Steinmeyer (RB) 1991: Andy Breault (QB) Tim Clancy (LB)

Shawn Jones (CB) Pete Merkel (DE) Mark Steinmeyer (RB) 1992: Shawn Jones (DB) John Mobley (LB) 1993: Nick Hanych (TE) Dean Myers (P) 1994: John Mobley (LB) Kevin Mobley (DB) 1995: Denauld Brown (DL) Del Hufford (G) John Mobley (LB), Kevin Mobley (DB) Darrien Peoples (RB) Brian Tolliver (DB) 1996: Denauld Brown (DT) Rodney Hancock (LB) Darrien Peoples (RB) 1997: Keith Bussom (LB) Anthony Browder (WR) Denauld Brown (DT) Aldain Lobban (DE) Emneko Sweeney (RB) 1998: Terrence Miles (LB) Jon Murphy (DE) Yorel Prosser (RB) Terry Robertson (RS) Emneko Sweeney (RB) Kevin Wimberly (DB) 1999: Yorel Prosser (RB) Peter Iovino (OG) Duane Werley (PK) Jon Murphy (DE) Terrence Miles (LB) 2000: Mike de Marteleire (QB) Jon Murphy (DE) Andre Davis (DB) Pete Mendez (DB) 2001: Corey Benson (DE) Will Luca (C)

Pete Mendez (DB) 2002: Corey Benson (DE) Jasen Esposito (OT), Pete Mendez (DB) 2003: Jon Corson (P) Andre Davis (DB) Jason Henley (TE) Trevor Smith (WR) Matt Sola (DL) 2004: Jason Henley (TE) Michael Baldwin (DB) 2005: Mike Grosso (DE) Greg Mitchell (LB) Michael Baldwin (DB) 2006: Brian Bingnear (S) Mike Grosso (DE) Jason Henley (TE) 2007: Brian Bingnear (S) Elfren Quiles (WR) 2008: Dontay Wilson (RB) Kendell Coleman (RS) 2009: Matt Dineen (K) 2010: Kevin Morton (QB) Kendell Coleman (RS) Matt Dineen (K & P) Kevin Bolinsky (DE) Joel Irwin (LB), Khalief Evans (S) All-PSAC-East Second Team 1968: George Barton (DE) Mike Zimmerman (DT) Bob Henderson (TE) 1969: Ron Reed (LB) Jeff Takacs (OG) Doug Pollard (C) 1971: Rich Harakal (OG) 1972: Dave Lehatto (LB) Bob Kohler (LB) Bill Bailey (DB) Carl Giosa (TE)

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Honors Chick Kopanski (OG) George Whary (QB) 1973: Ben Ellegood (DE) Frank Williams (LB) Bill McCurley (LB) Carl Giosa (DE) Dennis Gliem (WR) Doug Dennison (RB) Kevin Bonner (RB) 1974: Bill McCurley (LB) Dave Buttaro (WR) Gary Grant (RB), Bruce Harper (RB) 1975: Dave Buttaro (WR) Clark Derr (DL) Kevin Keeler (DB) 1976: Gary Godshall (TE) Jim Nickson (DB) Rick Stroup (DE) 1977: Gary Keyser (OL) Mike Ludwig (NG) Mark Verica (QB) Randy Walck (TE) 1978: Tom Calvario (OT) Bill Tamasitis (WR) Kevin Bowser (DE) Ray Carr (DL) Mike Ludwig (DL) Carl Haberstroh (LB) Kelvin Bowser (DB) Jim Nickson (DB) 1979: Ron Day (RB) Carl Haberstroh (LB) Ed Podorsky (DB) 1980: Ray Crouse (DB) Steve Kocher (DT) Bob Mireski (TE) Don Shaver (RB) 1981: Greg Gristick (QB) Dave Keeny (RB) Bob Mireski (TE) Frank Santoro (OG) Brian Wert (K) Steve Kocher (DL) Mike Riley (DB) 1982: Scott Borman (DE) Andre Reed (WR) Rich Sharp (FB) Don Wolski (C) 1983: Scott Borman (DE) Bill Ludy (DT) Gary Kline (QB) Dave Pasley (LB) Harry Williams (DL) Tracey Wright (DE) 1984: Gary Gristick (NG) Dave Pasley (LB) 1985: John Eagle (OT), 1986: Mike Attardi (K) Herb Butz (DL) Darren Dabner (DB) Bob DiRico (RB) Mike Kullman (DB) Bruce Tiller (WR)

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Craig Tomlinson (LB) Stan Wateski (G) 1987: Bill Kerkendall (OT) Mark Smakulski (LB) 1988: Greg Buchman (QB) Ron Capozzoli (LB) Joe Svede (RB) 1989: Scott Agnew (DL) Fred Seifert (QB) Mark Steinmeyer (RB) 1990: Tim Clancy (LB) Mike Donnelly (RB) Shawn Jones (DB) 1991: Willie James (WR) John Lorchak (C) Pete Merkel (P) John Mobley (LB) George Visconti (OT) 1992: Andy Breault (QB) Trevor Kresge (LB) Don Sofilkanich (DE) 1993: Mike Fantanarosa (DL) 1994: Todd Ayers (LB), Jerry Lucas (LB) Tony Miller (RB) Kevin Mobley (RS) Ron Nicholson (LB) 1995: Justin Bordlemay (WR) Nick Hanych (TE) Emerson Johnson (K) Jerry Lucas (LB) Terry Owens (DB) 1996: Anthony Browder (WR) Peter Iovino (G) Terry Owens (DB) Kevin Wimberly (DB) 1997: Chris Fraley (TE) Peter Iovino (G) Terry Owens (DB) 1998: Aldain Lobban (DE) Chris Klick (OT) Steve Windsor (DB) 1999: Terry Robertson (WR) Mike de Marteleire (RS) Pete Mendez (LB) John Noble (DB) Steve Windsor (P) 2000: Terry Robertson (WR) Rich Hamilton (WR) Vincent Jamison (RB) 2001: Jon Corson (P) Andre Davis (DB) Adam Green (DB) Marcel Kottke (PK) Yorel Prosser (RB) Steven Schafer (OG) Jon Search (DE) 2002: Jon Corson (P) Stephen Gammage (RB) Trevor Miller (OG) Matt Sola (DE) 2003: Tony Bria (RB) Stephen Gammage (RB) Tim Krusen (DL)

Trevor Miller (C) Greg Mitchell (LB) Matt Scartozzi (K) 2004: James Brooks (WR) Maurice Adams (RB) Greg Mitchell (LB) 2005: Drew Hicks (LB) Matt Scartozzi (K) 2006: Maurice Adams (RB/RS) Dan Chominski (LB) Nick Cresta (OG) Brett Harbach (WR) Ryan Nye (P) Elfren Quiles (WR) 2007: Darrell Martin (OG) Mike Casciano (OT) Dan Onorato (TE) Dontay Wilson (RB) Scott Smith (DL) Tom Cressman (LB) Mike Gardier (S) Justin Gibbs (CB) Ryan Nye (P) 2008: Mike Gardier (DB) 2009: Mike Gardier (DB) Chris Medina (DT) Joel Irwin (LB) Dontay Wilson (RB) 2010: Erik Frazier, Jr. (WR) Chris McCormick (WR) Aaron McGlynn (OL) Josh Mastromatto (RB) AP LITTLE First Team All-America 1938: Fiorindo DeMatteo (QB) 1955: Dick Campeotto (C) 1977: Steve Head (G) 1979: Don Shaver (RB) 1994: John Mobley (LB) 1995: John Mobley (LB) Second Team All-America 1991: Mark Steinmeyer (RB) 2002: Pete Mendez (DB) 2005: Michael Baldiwn (DB) Third Team All-America 2007: Elfren Quiles (WR) Honorable Mention 1957: Art Castelluci (RB) 1964: Anthony Cipriano (OL) 1975: Frank Williams (LB) 1976: Bruce Harper (RB) 1980: Jim Bennett (T) Willie Roman (WR) 1981: Larry Mertz (LB) Bernie Nowotarski (DB) 1984: Dave Waligurski (OL) Andre Reed (WR) 1985: Bob DiRico (RB) Paul Magistro (RB) Tracey Wright (DE) 1986: Paul Magistro (RB)

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AFCA ALL-AMERICA 1977: Steve Head (G) 1995: John Mobley (LB) 1997: Denauld Brown (DT) DAKTRONICS First Team All-America 2002: Pete Mendez (DB) Second Team All-America 1995: John Mobley (LB) 2001: Pete Mendez (DB) 2007: Brian Bingnear (S) First-Team All-Region 1994: John Mobley (LB) 1995: John Mobley (LB) 2001: Pete Mendez (DB) 2002: Pete Mendez (DB) 2003: Jon Corson (P) 2005: Michael Baldwin (LB) 2007: Brian Bingnear (S) Elfren Quiles (WR) Second Team All-Region 1996: Denauld Brown (DT) 1997: Denauld Brown (DT) 1999: Jon Murphy (DE) 2000: Pete Mendez (DB) 2001: Will Luca (C) Steven Schafer (OG) 2005: Greg Mitchell (LB) 2006: Jason Henley (TE) Brian Bingnear (S) 2007: Ryan Nye (P) 2010: Kevin Morton (QB) Erik Frazier, Jr. (WR) Aaron McGlynn (OL) Kevin Bolinsky (DE) D2FOOTBALL.COM First Team All-America 2002: Pete Mendez (DB) Second Team All-America 2007: Elfren Quiles (WR) Hon. Mention All-America 2007: Brian Bingnear (DB) First Team All-Region 2002: Pete Mendez (DB) Second Team All-Region 2003: Jon Corson (P) 2006: Jason Henley (TE) Mike Grosso (DE) All-Freshman Team 2003: Jason Henley (TE) DON HANSEN FOOTBALL GAZETTE First Team All-America 2001: Pete Mendez (DB) Second Team All-America 1991: Mark Steinmeyer (RB) Pete Merkel (DE) 1995: John Mobley (LB) 2002: Pete Mendez (DB)

Third Team All-America 1997: Denauld Brown (DT) 2006: Brian Bingnear (S) First Team All-Region 2003: Jon Corson (P) 2005: Michael Baldwin (DB) 2006: Brian Bingnear (S) 2007: Elfren Quiles (WR) Brian Bingnear (S) Second Team All-Region 2006: Jason Henley (TE) 2010: Kevin Morton (QB) Matt Dineen (K & P) Third Team All-Region 2003: Matt Sola (DE) Trevor Smith (WR) 2006: Mike Grosso (DE) 2010: Khalief Evans (SS) Joel Irwin (LB) AMERICAN FOOTBALL QUARTERLY First Team All-America 1995: John Mobley (LB) HARLON HILL TROPHY National Finalists – Place 1986: Paul Magistro (RB) - 7th 1991: Mark Steinmeyer (RB) - 4th 1992: Andy Breault (QB) - 9th Regional Finalists 1990: Mark Steinmeyer (RB) 1996: John Mobley (LB) 2007: Elfren Quiles (WR) 2010: Kevin Morton (QB) CoSIDA Second Team Academic All-America 2000: Alex Daecher (LB) 2001: Alex Daecher (LB) 2005: Michael Baldwin (DB) First Team Academic All-District 1992: Dave Lorchak (G) 1996: Rob Holmes (QB) 1999: Chris Becker (DB) 2000: Alex Daecher (LB) 2001: Alex Daecher (LB) 2003: Trevor Miller (G) 2004: Michael Baldwin (DB) 2005: Michael Baldwin (DB) 2007: Tom Cressman (LB) Second Team Academic All-District 2003: Michael Baldwin (DB) 2004: Greg Mitchell (LB) 2005: Greg Mitchell (LB) 2006: Tom Cressman (LB) 2010: Jared Haas (OL) BURGER KING SCHOLAR ATHLETES 1996: Rob Holmes 1998: Jason Stephens


Kutztown University’s Award-Winning Campus

Kutztown University received national recognition for its beautiful landscape. KU’s campus is set on 289 acres in bucolic Berks County. 2 0 1 1 Ku t z t o w n U n i v e r s i t y F o o t b a ll

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The Sheradin Art Building (shown above) was rennovated and expanded in 2008, and serves as the stage for the visual arts. The Alumini Place (pictured below) located next to the Graduate Center offers students a meeting palce and space to reflect.

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Kutztown University Football Media Guide 2011  

Includes information on KU's Golden Bears football team, players, coaches, statistics and information on Kutztown University.

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