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Welcome From Greenville College Football We’re glad you joined us for our game today. I’d like to take a

• Academically, we want to be great in the classroom, develop

moment and acquaint you with Greenville College and our Football

great study habits, be diligent with homework, and learn for a

Program. Greenville College is a NCAA Division III school, located

lifetime.

in Greenville, Illinois, about 45 miles east of St. Louis, Missouri. We are an excellent Christian Liberawl Arts institution, with a mission to prepare students for lives of character and service in their chosen field. Our team motto is EMAP, which stands for “Every Man a Panther.” We have it painted in our office and on the storage trailer facing our practice fields; we even have it printed

• Socially, we want to treat people with respect, especially women and elders. We want to live with integrity in the community of Greenville; be polite, and have smiles on our faces. • Spiritually, we want to grow deeply in our walk with the Lord, pray without ceasing, and serve Jesus daily.

on our shorts and t-shirts. EMAP is a phrase that was started by

• Athletically, we want to be fierce competitors that display humil-

former Head Coach Scotty Kessler and it will continue to be used

ity and class.

in this program. It means a lot to us, but others still ask “what does

This process is what we call “Championship Lives and Champion-

it really mean?”

ship Play.”

To be a Panther implies many things...commitment, brotherhood, love, humility, relentlessness, and character to name a few. To be a Panther is to be a man who strives to be his best self, who is being completed, who is constantly moving from good to great. EMAP Football is about producing championship people. This is an athlete who applies all of his heart, mind and body in four major areas of life - his academic, social, spiritual and athletic endeavors.

It is evident that something really good is going on at EMAP Football. You can sense it in the air and see it in the eyes of each Panther (players, coaches, staff and families). Now it is time to make it happen. Again, let me thank you for being with us today and for being a part of EMAP Football.

- Coach Schomaker Head Coach

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Champions Manifesto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

Season Preview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

President’s Welcome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Opponents Sheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Head Coach Biography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

Booster Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Assistant Coaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

2012 Football Awards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

Team Roster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

How to be a Panther . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

Player Pictures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Team Photo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Back Cover

Player Map Breakdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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True CHAMPIONS are made, not born. CHAMPIONS are made in adversity. Bad days, problems, heartaches, and losses are all necessary elements in molding CHAMPIONS. - Character is built in the storm. It is not built in prosperity; it is built in adversity. You develop strength when you are in trouble. Learning to handle opposition rightly will make you a CHAMPION. - CHAMPIONS don’t let their circumstances affect their character. Bad games, bad plays, bad breaks do not change their will to prepare, their will to strive and fight for excellence every chance they get....... everyday........ all day long. - CHAMPIONS will inspire their teammates to play harder, more intensely, by their example. They walk their talk. - CHAMPIONS are interested in learning all they can, mastering skills and responsibilities, acquiring every characteristic that helps them gain the edge. - A CHAMPION is not an individual star necessarily - but a team player who knows how to function with others. - A CHAMPION lives above pressure but thrives on it. - A CHAMPION is willing to pay the price - whatever it takes! - A CHAMPION is single-minded in purpose. - A CHAMPION is not sidetracked by distractions or by things that do not help them reach their goals. - A CHAMPION knows that winning is a by-product of being committed to excellence - winning takes care of itself. - A CHAMPION lets nothing interfere with their priority - becoming the best they possibly can become. - CHAMPIONS hang around other CHAMPIONS because they want to be influenced by each other’s character. Nothing hinders them from their goal. - CHAMPIONS love competition - the challenge of becoming more disciplined, more intense, more prepared. They realize the harder the battle is, the greater the adversity - the stronger they’ll become and the quicker they’ll achieve their goals. - CHAMPIONS relish the battle. They are driven to excel. - CHAMPIONS are never satisfied with their performance, but are always content with the fact that they are continually striving to get better. - CHAMPIONS are uncomfortable with imperfection - always pursuing perfection, while knowing it can never fully be reached, but loving the battle of trying to reach it. They Fight For Excellence! - CHAMPIONS are committed to Excellence...always...only. - THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CHAMPIONS AND EVERYONE ELSE IS VERY SIMPLE. CHAMPIONS ARE ALWAYS WILLING TO DO THE “LITTLE THINGS.” THAT’S THE SIMPLE DIFFERENCE. - Being a CHAMPION has nothing to do with being #1, or the amount of playing time a person gets. In fact, being a CHAMPION is not exclusively a characteristic of athletes - there are CHAMPIONS in all facets of life: students can become CHAMPIONS, parents also...anyone can! We’re talking about character, not winning and losing - CHAMPIONSHIP CHARACTER! - CHAMPIONS don’t care whether there are 5 or 50,000 people at the game...or even if it’s a game or practice. They only know that each and every situation is a chance, a chance to improve. - CHAMPIONS are not affected by scoreboards or team records. Whether the score is 50-0 or 0-50, whether their record is 0-10 or 10-0, they play the same and they practice the same - All Out! - CHAMPIONS never worry about things they can’t control, they realize they can only control themselves and their attitude. - CHAMPIONS never quit. They don’t even know what the word “quit” means. They only know to keep working, to keep striving...regardless of circumstances. - CHAMPIONS know that to be a CHAMPION they must be committed to excellence in everything they do, in every situation - whether at home, at school, at work, or at play. They realize that it is impossible to be committed to excellence in one thing and not another, because being a CHAMPION is not what you do but WHO YOU ARE..........IT’S CHARACTER! - CHAMPIONS never make excuses, grumble, complain, point fingers, or talk about other people. They only talk about how they can get better. - CHAMPIONS thrill to the joy of the struggle! - CHAMPIONS know they have to learn to serve - before they will ever know how to lead. - CHAMPIONS never desire their opponents fail or get injured. In fact, they actually want them to play well, because the better the opposition plays the greater the CHAMPION is challenged to perform! It is a double win! - The CHAMPION’S theme is “Competition Breeds Excellence” - The mark of a CHAMPION is hard work - they work when no one is watching. - CHAMPIONS realize that sometimes they fail...maybe often and over and over. But they know that what makes them a CHAMPION is how they respond each time they fail. Champions choose to forget their failures, and fight on again. - The “Mark” of a CHAMPION is how they respond each time they fail. The CHAMPION chooses to forget their failures and fight on again. Their motto is “knocked down seven times, get up eight!” Being a CHAMPIONS has nothing to do with success and failure on the scoreboard, it has to do with choosing to have a CHAMPIONSHIP CHARACTER every moment of every day. - CHAMPIONS realize that some days, even most days - they don’t “feel” like working, striving, paying the price to becoming a CHAMPION. But then they remember, or another CHAMPION reminds them, that being a CHAMPION is a choice they make over and over and over each day......and so they make that choice again. - Above all, Being...BECOMING A CHAMPION is a CHOICE YOU MAKE EACH DAY. - What Will You Choose?

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President’s Welcome For over 120 years Greenville College has graduated students that have excelled in their chosen careers and impacted

their communities with the light of Christ. We are intentionally Christian and intentionally student-focused. Our mission is to transform students to become critical thinkers, able communicators and confident problem solvers, and we know that these competencies are learned just as much on the athletic field as they are in the classroom.

We are immensely proud of our student athletes. The athletic field is a place where character is formed; where physical, mental and emotional battles are won (and sometime lost), and where lifelong friendships are forged. Our athletic pro-

grams are different than those found in many schools. We compete as fiercely as anyone, but we do so much more. In the Football Program, for example, we want our students to learn leadership skills, teambuilding skills, learn to hold one another accountable, and learn what it means to become a man who intentionally and consistently puts God first in their lives. Our

coaches work closely with our players focusing on their academic and personal development, as well as their physical development and playing skills. As important as it is to win on the field, it is much more important to win in life and that is where we place our primary focus.

Our student athletes have succeeded in just about every career imaginable. They have become successful physicians,

research scientists, accountants, social workers, police officers, teachers, managers, lawyers, music industry professionals, dentists, sports managers, athletic coaches and worship pastors. We are proud of the way in which they are changing the world, being salt and light in their families, communities, and workplaces.

So, whether you are a potential recruit, a current player, an alum, a parent, or one of our financial or prayer champions, get more involved. Play, cheer, give and pray. Help us to win games on the field and win young men for Christ. Go Panthers! Dr. Ivan L. Filby, President

athletic trainers Head Athletic Trainer

Student Trainers

Mike Peppler is in his fourteenth year as Head Athletic Trainer at Greenville College. “Pep” received his B.S. in athletic training and M.S. in cardiac rehabilitation/ adult fitness from Eastern Illinois University. Mike and his wife, Kim, have been married for thirteen years and

Shelby Harper

Servant Warriors Not Pictured Kirsten Laune: Servant Warrior Brady Harre: Student Trainer

Mike Hutsell

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Riley O’Regan

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have two daughters, Katie, 9, and Erin, 6.

Mitchel Olsen

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HEAD COACH ROBBIE SCHOMAKER Schomaker, named head football coach on June 3, 2013 takes the reins of the Panther football program after serving as the Offensive Coordinator since 2010. Last season, Coach Schomaker lead one of the top offenses in the country ranking 12th in total yards. That success equated to the offense being ranked first in the UMAC in points (32.9) and yards (456). His offense paved the way for a third conference championship in four years as well as Greenville’s first postseason win, the NCCAA Victory Bowl, in school history.

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During his time as offensive coordinator, Coach Schomaker led the offense to new heights. In 2010 the team went undefeated in the UMAC repeating as conference champs. The team was led by an offense that averaged 31.3 points per game and 307 yards rushing (8th in the NCAA). This success was a trend that would continue during Schomaker’s three years in this position. In 2011 the offense would finish the year 3rd in the NCAA in total offense averaging 503 yards per game and 14th in scoring, averaging 39.1 points per game. In addition to leading the offense to high national rankings, Schomaker helped develop 11 first team allconference players, including two UMAC Offensive Player of the Year winners and an NCCAA Offensive Player of the Year. Schomaker’s greatest talent is probably his ability to recruit student athletes. At Trinity he was a major part in orchestrating one of the largest classes in the history of the program with over 60 student athletes deciding to attend. At Greenville it was more of the same. In 2010, his first season as Recruiting Coordinator, records were once again broken. The football program brought in classes of over 60 student-athletes each year he held the position. Robbie and his wife, Annie currently reside in Greenville. His wife works part time at Greenville Regional Hospital as a social worker and full time with The Set Free Movement fighting to end human trafficking in the United States.

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Upon graduating from Trinity International University (NAIA) in 2004 with a B.A. in Business Management, where he also played defensive end, Schomaker remained at his alma-mater beginning his career as an offensive line coach. Two years later he would be hired full time while adding special teams coordinator to his job description. After two more seasons at Trinity he was offered a spot as the offensive coordinator at Greenville College.

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assistant COACHES

Rich Stewart Assistant coach, Defensive line This season will begin Coach Stewart’s 15th year (not consecutively) as an assistant football coach at Greenville College. He will once again lead the defensive line. Previously, Coach Stewart was the Head Football Coach at Hillsboro High School leading the Toppers to an impressive overall record and numerous

Lamar Bell Assistant Head Coach, JV Head Coach, Recruiting and Academic Coordinator, and Defensive Backs Coach

playoff berths. Stewart holds a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education from Southeast Missouri State University. He resides in Hillsboro, IL with his wife Margie and has two adult children, Jason and Jennifer.

Coach Bell is entering his second season at Greenville College. He will once again coach the defensive backs along with his role as assistant head coach, JV head coach, recruiting coordinator, and academic coordinator. Prior to Greenville College, Bell served as a defensive intern at Methodist University for one season and as a student assistant coach at North Carolina A & T State University for one season. He began his coaching career in 2009 as a volunteer defensive backs coach at High Point Central High School in High Point, N.C. He completed his B.S. in Sport Management with a minor in Athletic Coaching at High Point University in May 2011. Coach Bell is a native of Bay Shore, N.Y., and is a 2007 graduate of Bay Shore High School.

Joel Lira Assistant Coach, Quarterbacks Coach Bell began his tenure at Greenville College in the Spring of 2012. Prior to Greenville College, Bell served as a defensive intern at Methodist University for one season and as a student assistant coach at North Carolina A & T State University for one season. He began his coaching career in 2009 as a volunteer defensive backs coach at High Point Central High School in High Point, N.C.  He completed his B.S. in Sport Management with a minor in Athletic Coaching at High Point University in May 2011. Coach Bell will begin his Master of Arts in Education in Coaching this fall. He is a native of Bay Shore, N.Y., and is a 2007 graduate of Bay Shore High School.

Trent Laune defensive coordinator and inside linebacker coach Coach Laune came to Greenville in July 2013. Prior to Greenville, Coach Laune spent 8 years at Concordia University in Nebraska. He was a player at Concordia (NE) from 05-07. The following five years, Coach Laune was brought on staff as a coach. Most recently, Laune held responsibilities as the linebackers’ coach, JV defensive coordinator and video coordinator. During his time as a coach at Concordia, Laune had the opportunity to coach inside and outside linebackers, as well as defensive line. Under Laune, twelve All-Conference honors were presented to players he coached. In 2011, Laune coached the top vote getting Linebacker in the Great Plains Athletic Conference. In that same season, he coached a defense that held conference opponents to 2.8 yards per carry. Coach Laune graduated from Concordia (NE) with a B.S. in Business Administration in 2007, and completed his M.B.A in Finance in in 2013. He married his wife Megan in June 2009.

Garrett Orr Assistant Coach, Running Backs & Slots Coach Orr returns for his second season with the Greenville College football staff. Once again leading the running backs and slots for the Panthers he hopes to build off of last season’s experience of coaching the UMAC Offensive Player of the Year. Before arriving at Greenville, Coach Orr spent two years at his alma mater, Muhlenberg College, coaching the tight ends. A three-year letter winner, he started on both the offensive and defensive line during his senior season. Orr completed his undergraduate studies with a bachelor of arts in political science in 2010. He is currently pursuing a masters’ of science in management practices degree. Orr is a native of Easton, PA, and is a 2006 graduate of Easton Area High School.

Jake Foster Assistant Coach, Outside Linebackers Jake Foster is entering his third season as a student assistant coach at Greenville College in 2013. Coach Foster is in the final stages of finishing his B.S. in Physical Education with a minor in coaching. He is originally from Glen Carbon, Illinois and a graduate of Edwardsville High School. Coach Foster also

Andrew Rode Offensive and special teams coordinator

played for the Panthers from 2007-2009. Prior to coaching at Greenville College, Coach Foster was an assistant football coach at Liberty Middle School in Edwardsville, IL.

Coach Rode is entering his fourth season with the Panthers this fall. He will be in his first year

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coached the UMAC Offensive Player of the Year Anthony Ambers. Before Greenville, Coach Rode came from Anderson University where he spent one year coaching wide receivers. He is a 2009 graduate of Wabash College where he earned a BA in psychology. He was a three year starter at wide receiver and a three year letterman in track and field for the Little Giants. Coach Rode resides in Greenville with his wife Joy.

Cole Hagen Assistant Coach, Tight Ends Coach Hagen is kicking off his coaching career as student assistant coach. He will assistant with the tight ends and receivers. Coach Hagen came to GC in 2012 as a player. He was injured last season while playing tight end. Since his injury, Coach Hagen developed a heart to serve on the staff. He is finishing up his undergraduate studies in Adult Fitness and has hopes to continue his coaching career after his senior year. Coach Hagen grew up in Medora, IL and graduated from Piasa Southwestern High School.

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coordinating the offense and in his second leading the special teams. In 2010 Coach Rode

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Home City / State

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Name

Position

Height

Weight

Year

Sr

Payson, AZ

49

Fr

Stockton, CA

50

Roman Butler

LB

5’ 10”

210

Fr

Lodi, CA

Joe Hubbs

LB

5’ 10”

185

Jr

175

Fr

Fresno, CA

San Antonio, TX

51

La’Roy Ruffin

DL

6’ 0”

250

So

Kankakee, IL

5’ 11”

180

Fr

5’ 8”

215

Sr

Antioch, CA

52

Jesse Tyrrell

OL

5’ 11”

230

Sr

Loveland, CO

Bonita, CA

53

Jordan Harper

LB

5’ 10”

230

Fr

WR

5’ 10”

164

Clovis, CA

Fr

Brandon, FL

55

Nicholas Morrow

LB

6’ 1”

200

Fr

Greg Schimke

QB

6’ 0”

Huntsville, AL

190

Sr

Tucson, AZ

56

Nicholas Cisneros

OL

6’ 0”

305

So

Stockton, CA

7

Brendan Chambers

QB

7

Roosevelt McNeil

DB

5’ 11”

185

Sr

San Clemente, CA

57

Matt Schuman

LB

6’ 0”

215

Sr

Geneva, IL

5’ 10”

165

Fr

Springfield, IL

58

Nathan Propst

LB

6’ 4”

230

So

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Blake Perez

Festus, MO

RB

5’ 10”

195

Fr

Modesto, CA

59

Kasey Richardson

DL

6’ 0”

255

Fr

10

Austell, GA

Joseph Coffey

CB

5’ 10”

165

So

Rochester, IL

60

Johnathan Roa

DL

6’ 0”

280

Fr

Lemoore, CA

12

Richard Wilburn

DB

6’ 0”

170

Fr

Warrenton, GA

61

Daulton Ward

OL

6’ 4”

265

Fr

Benton, IL

13

Anthony Gonzalez

WR

5’ 9”

175

So

Bell Gardens, CA

63

Justin Moore

OL

6’ 2”

290

Fr

Anchorage, AK

14

Jacob Tibbets

QB

5’ 10”

160

Fr

Galt, CA

65

De’Vondre Burris

DL

6’ 0”

330

So

Los Angeles, CA

15

Nathan Butler

TE

6’ 2”

200

Jr

West Frankfort, IL

66

Markus Gray

OL

6’ 2”

260

Fr

St. Louis, MO

16

Kaleb Slaven

WR

6’ 0”

180

Fr

Buena Park, CA

67

Josh Burton

OL

5’ 10”

250

Sr

Raymore, MO

17

Nate Saul

DB

5’ 9”

160

Fr

Stockton, CA

68

Hunter Rone

OL

5’ 11”

270

Jr

Macedonia, IL

17

Jacob Stull

RB

5’ 10”

185

So

Mount Gilead, OH

69

Andres Flores

OL

5’ 11”

240

Fr

Stockton, CA

18

Matt Edler

DB

5’ 11”

180

Jr

Wentzville, MO

70

Joseph Rios

OL

5’ 11”

275

Fr

Lake Jackson, TX

18

Remington Stegbauer

WR

6’ 0”

173

Fr

Knightstown, IN

71

Miguel Fabela

OL

5’ 11”

230

Fr

Conroe, TX

19

Joseph Plank

K/P

5’ 10”

165

So

Stockton, CA

72

Ethan White

OL

6’ 1”

265

Sr

Kansas City, KS

20

Kevin Tran

DB

5’ 8”

155

Fr

Stockton, CA

73

Steven Davis

DL

5’ 11”

220

Fr

St. Louis, MO

21

Cory Moore

DB

5’ 7”

146

Fr

Flora, IL

74

Joe Schoepf

OL

6’ 4”

296

Jr

New Port Richey, FL

22

Isaiah Coleman

DB

5’ 9”

175

Fr

Sacramento, CA

75

Luke Davenport

OL

5’ 10”

255

Fr

Ellijay, GA

22

Shawn McKnight

RB

5’ 7”

175

Sr

Compton, CA

76

Deonte King

OL

5’ 10”

305

So

Las Vegas, NV

23

Bryce Wright

DB

5’ 8”

190

Sr

Glendale, AZ

77

Joseph Watson

OL

5’ 11”

300

Fr

Eldorado, IL

24

Gary Norwood

DL

5’ 9”

160

Fr

Lodi, CA

78

Ryan Burgess

DL

6’ 0”

225

Fr

Festus, MO

25

Erik Eisenbeis

LB

5’ 10”

196

Jr

Ceres, CA

79

Seth Marshall

OL

6’ 4”

310

Sr

Tangier, IN

27

Troy Smith

DB

5’ 11”

175

So

Hanford, CA

80

Nicholas Newton

WR

6’ 0”

190

So

Middleville, MI

26

Michael Williams

TE

6’ 2”

215

Fr

Greenville, IL

81

John Dudley

WR/TE

6’ 3”

200

Fr

Richmond Heights, MO

28

Ralph Regaldo

DB

5’ 8”

190

So

Downey, CA

82

Cameron Howard

WR

5’ 9”

170

Fr

Las Vegas, NV

29

Anthony Moore

CB

5’ 10”

190

Sr

Troup, TX

83

Andrew Perkett

RB

5’ 8”

180

Jr

Colorado Springs, CO

31

Anthony Everett

CB

5’ 9”

185

Sr

Chicago, IL

84

Corbin Quinonez

WR/TE

6’ 4”

185

Fr

Tulare, CA

32

Joey Silva

LB

5’ 9”

220

So

Princeton, CA

85

Andrew Womack

WR

5’ 10”

155

So

Hanford, CA

33

Jarrid Williams

DB

5’ 11”

165

Fr

Hampton, GA

86

Julian Aleman

WR

6’ 2”

170

Fr

Kissimmee, FL

34

Angel Manzano

LB

5’ 10”

185

Fr

Tulare, CA

87

Nathaniel Brown

TE

5’ 11”

180

Fr

Staunton, IL

35

Mike Ward

LB

6’ 0”

205

Sr

Geneso, IL

89

Christopher Womack

TE

6’ 3”

245

Fr

Hanford, CA

36

Connor Earleywine

LB

5’ 9”

200

Fr

Flora, IL

90

Arthur Cordova

DL

6’ 2”

260

Jr

Galt, CA

37

Jacob Bronars

LB

5’ 8”

205

Jr

Lee Summit, MO

91

Lincoln Johnson

DL

6’ 0”

200

Fr

Kennai, AK

37

Cleon Williams

WR

5’ 11”

195

Fr

Covington, GA

92

Cody Brumfield

DL

6’ 3”

280

Jr

Lovington, IL

38

Zibeon Washington

RB

5’ 11”

260

So

St. Louis, MO

94

Issac Barber

DL

5’ 10”

245

Sr

Matteson, IL

39

Cory Snyder

DB

5’ 8”

160

Fr

Jerseyville, IL

95

Josh Enloe

DL

6’ 1”

275

Sr

Sun Rise, MO

40

Phillip Hare

RB

5’ 8”

180

Fr

Princeton, NC

96

Cody Killgore

DL

5’ 10”

235

Sr

Washoe Valley, NV

41

Clay Buhler

LB

5’ 11”

190

Jr

Houston, TX

97

James Hudson

DE

5’ 11”

240

So

Henderson, NV

42

Kirk Pearce

LB

5’ 9”

220

Jr

Fontana, CA

98

Alonso Ellis

DL

5’ 11”

330

So

Farmersville, CA

43

Nathaniel Webb

LB

6’ 0”

195

Fr

Fort Meyers, FL

99

Walter Boutwell

DE

6’ 2”

235

So

Helena, AL

44

Robert Deering

LB

5’ 11”

210

So

Osceola, IN

45

Thomas Girdler

RB

5’ 10”

185

Fr

Bloomingdale, IN

46

Jonathan Uperesa

LB

5’ 9”

235

So

Modesto, CA

46

Jordan Williams

TE

5’ 10”

200

Fr

Modesto, CA

47

David Kerley

RB

5’ 8”

175

Fr

Henderson, CO

48

Michael Green

WR

6’ 0”

185

Fr

Lehigh Acres, FL

NO

Name

Position

Height

Weight

Year

1 2

Josh Frewin

K

6’ 0”

160

Jonathan Stark

RB

5’ 5”

155

3

Carson Guzman

RB

5’ 9”

4

Hunter Karnthong

QB

5

Cody Lopez

LB

5

William Plachta

6

Home City / State

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Greenville College Football Roster 34

35

36

37

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

46

47

48

49

50

Joe Hubbs San Antonio, TX

La’Roy Ruffin, Jr Kankakee, IL

51

52

55

56

57

58

59

60

65

66

67

68

69

72

73

74

75

76

Angel Monzano Tulare, CA

1

Josh Frewin Payson, AZ

4

7

9

15

16

17

20

21

22

Isaiah Coleman Sacramento, CA

Shawn McKnight Compton, CA

26

27

28

Nathan Butler West Frankfort, IL

Kevin Tran Stockton, CA

Michael Williams Greenville, IL

Roosevelt McNeil Springfield, IL

Kaleb Slaven Buena Park, CA

Cory Moore Flora, IL

Troy Smith Hanford, CA

Blake Perez Modesto, CA

Nate Saul Stockton, CA

Ralph Regaldo Downey, CA

Hunter Karnthong Antioch, CA

10

Joseph Coffey Rochester, IL

5

Cody Lopez Bonita, CA

12

Richard Wilburn Warrenton, GA

5

6

13

14

William Plachta Brandon, FL

Anthony Gonzalez Bell Gardens, CA

Greg Schimke Tucson, AZ

Jacob Tibbets Galt, CA

Phillip Hare Princeton, NC

Jordan Williams Modesto, CA

Clay Buhler Huston, TX

David Kerley Henderson, CO

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63

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70

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Jacob Stull Mount Gilead, OH

Anthony Moore Troup, TX

Matt Edler Wentzville, MO

Bryce Wright Glendale, AZ

Anthony Everett Chicago, IL

Remington Stegbauer Kinghtstown, IN

Gary Norwood Lodi, CA

Joey Silva Princeton, CA

Joseph, Plank Stockton, CA

Erik Eisenbeis Ceres, CA

Jarrid Williams Hampton, GA

Jordan Harper Clovis, CA

Daulton Ward Benton, IL

Joseph Rios Lake Jackson, TX

Nicholas Morrow Huntsville, AL

Justin Moore Anchorage, AK

Miguel Fabela Conroe, TX

Connor Earlywine Flora, IL

Kirk Pearce Fontana, CA

Michael Green Lehigh Acres, FL

Nicholas Cisneros Stockton, CA

De’Vondre Burris Los Angeles, CA

Ethan White Kansas City, KS

Jacob Bronars Lee Summit, MO

Nathaniel Webb Fort Meyers, FL

Roman Butler Lodi, CA

Matt Schuman Geneva, IL

Markus Gray St. Louis, MO

Steven Davis St. Louis, MO

Cleon Williams Covington, GA

Robert Deering Osceola, IN

Nathan Propst Festus, MO

Josh Burton Raymore, MO

Joe Schoepf New Port Richey, FL

Zibeon Washington St. Louis, MO

Thomas Girdler Bloomington, IN

Kasey Richardson Austell, GA

Hunter Rone Macedonia, IL

Luke Davenport Ellijay, GA

Cory Snyder Jerseyville, IL

Jonathan Uperesa Modesto, CA

Jesse Tyrrell Loveland, CO

Johnathan Roa Lemoore, CA

Andres Flores Stockton, CA

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Carson Guzman Fresno, CA

Brendan Chambers San Clemente, CA

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Jonathan Stark Stockton, CA

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Mike Ward Geneso, IL

Deonte King Las Vegas, NV

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Joseph Watson Eldorado, IL

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Ryan Burgess Festus, MO

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Seth Marshall Tanier, IN

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Nicholas Newton Middleville, MI

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John Dudley Richmond Heights, MO

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Cameron Howard Las Vegas, NV

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Andrew Perkett Colorado Spring, CO

California

Johnathan Roa

Georgia

Indiana

NevadA

De’Vondre Burris

Nathaniel Saul

Luke Davenport

Robert Deering

Deonte King

Roman Butler

Joey Silva

Kasey Richardson

Jeff Girdler

Cody Killgore

Brendan Chambers

Kaleb Slaven

Richard Wilburn

Justin Honeycutt

Cameron Howard

Nick Cisneros

Troy Smith

Cleon Williams

Seth Marshall

Jonathan Stark

NOrth Carolina

Isaiah Coleman

Jarrid Williams

Remington Stegbauer

Jacob Tibbetts

Phillip Hare

Arthur Cordova

Arizona

Erik Eisenbeis

Kevin Tran

Illinois

Kansas

Ohio

Josh Frewin

Alonso Ellis

Jonny Uperesa

Isaac Barber

Ethan White

Jacob Stull

Bryce Wright

Andres Flores

Randy Washington

Michigan

Texas

Greg Schimke

Anthony Gonzalez

Jordan Williams

Nicholas Newton

Clay Buhler

Carson Guzman

Andrew Womack

Jordan Harper

Christopher Womack

Hunter Karnthong

Alaska Lincoln Johnson Justin MOore

Alabama Scott Boutwell Nicholas Morrow

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Corbin Quinonez Tulare, CA

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Andrew Womack Hanford, CA

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Julian Aleman Kissimmee, FL

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Nathaniel Brown Staunton, IL

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Christopher Womack Hanford, CA

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Arthur Cordova Galt, CA

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Lincoln Johnson Kennai, AK

Cody Lopez Angel Manzano Shawn Mcknight

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Cody Brumfield Lovington, IL

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Issac Barber Matteson, IL

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Josh Enloe Sun Rise, MO

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Cody Killgore Washoe Valley, NV

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James Hudson Henderson, NV

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Alonso Ellis Farmersville, CA

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Walter Boutwell Helena, AL

Gary Norwood

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Jacob Bronars

Colorado

Anthony Everett

Ryan Burgess

David Kerley

Roosevelt McNeil

Josh Burton

Andrew Perkett

Cory Moore

Steven Davis

Switzerland

Jesse Tyrrell

Hunter Rone

John Dudley

Yanek Czura

LaRoy Ruffin

Matt Edler

Matt Schuman

Josh Enloe

Cory Snyder

Immanuel Gamble

Daulton Ward

Markus Gray

Mikey Ward

Dajuan Johnson

Michael Williams

Jacob Mennemeier

Joseph Watson

Nathan Propst

William Plachta

Corbin Quinonez

Joe Schoepf

Rafael Regalado

Miguel Fabela

Connor Earleywine

Michael Green

Joseph Plank

Nathan Butler

Missouri

Julian Aleman

Blake Perez

Cody Brumfield Joseph Coffey

Florida

Kirk Pearce

Nathaniel Brown

Nathaniel Webb

Joe Hubbs Anthony Moore Joseph Rios

Zibeon Washington

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2013 season preview

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is to continue improving on a pass defense that struggled early in

anchor of the group, who was named second team all-conference

2012 but came on late being very instrumental in securing both a

as a freshman in 2012. Two Seniors occupy the tackle position

conference championship and a post-season victory.

in Ethan White and Jesse Tyrrell, both of whom started games

Coming off the first post-season victory in the program’s history, a 28-27

The Greenville Defense comes into the 2013 season with high

overtime Victory Bowl thriller, the Panthers look to take the next step

expectations coming off a season that saw improvement in every game.

Coach Laune said of the defense, “I am excited about the talent

entrenched in a position battle last year, will now both begin the

in maximizing their potential. A new era begins as former offensive

A young defense struggled early on in 2012 but as young players began

and experience that returns. We are going to continue to move

season as starters. Once again the offensive line looks to be the

coordinator, Robbie Schomaker, takes control of the program. Since

to understand their roles, the unit improved immensely. Most of the

towards maximizing our potential on defense. We will work hard

heart and soul of the GC offense.

he joined the Greenville staff in 2010, the Panthers have experienced

2012 group returns and will be led by new Defensive Coordinator Trent

to build on the success of last year’s squad and most importantly

an explosion of offense. He hopes to take that same innovative style

Laune.

learn from our mistakes. I am excited about the opportunity to

Looking at the team, offensive coordinator Andrew Rode said,

work with such a talented group of guys.”

“We have a lot of great players to replace but the core group of

that pushed the Panthers to new heights offensively, to his role as head coach.

in 2012. Finally, Hunter Rone and Joe Schoepf, who were

Senior captains, Cody Lopez and Bryce Wright will anchor the Defense.

players is intact for us to continue the success this program has

Cody comes off an injury riddled 2012 in which he missed multiple

For a second straight year, the Panther offense comes off a

been built around,” he continued on to say, “New guys will have

The Panthers were on the brink of the playoffs in 2012 after reeling

games but still finished second on the team in tackles. After playing

season in which it topped that conference in points per game

to step up and our Seniors will have to perform at an even higher

off seven straight victories to finish in a three-way tie for the UMAC

running back his first two seasons Bryce Wright made the move to

and total yards. The offense has always been predicated on a

level. I believe in the guys we have and we will continue to find

Championship. However, the tiebreaker required the names of all three

safety in 2012 and had a breakout year in which he was named first

great ability to run the football. After finishing in the top 10 in

creative ways to get our best players the football.”

champions be placed into a box and drawn at random. After losing

team all-conference. Both guys look to stay healthy in 2013 and build

the country rushing the football for the third straight year, the

out on the random draw, the Panthers were selected to participate in

upon their success.

Panthers must replace 2 all-conference offensive linemen as well

the Victory Bowl for the 2nd year in a row and for a 3rd time in the last

as last year’s UMAC Offensive player of the year.

4 years. Unlike the previous 3 times Greenville has been in the NCCAA

The front seven made life difficult for opponents’ run games in 2012

Victory Bowl, the Panthers were victorious securing the programs

and along with Lopez most of them return. Isaac Barber will anchor

The good news for the offense is quarterback Brendan Chambers

first post season win ever. Coming off an incredible season the 2013

the defensive line in 2013 as he led the group in tackles for loss last

returns for his senior season. Coming off two straight years as

Panthers face high expectation.

year. The linebackers are as deep and talented as any in the UMAC.

an all-conference performer, he will need some help from wide

Alongside Cody, Robert Deering led the team in tackles from the

receiver Shawn McKnight and tight end Nathan Butler. Along

“We understand that with success comes expectations,” Coach

outside linebacker position. Jacob Bronars returns after a season

with these two playmakers, most of the Panthers’ top pass

Schomaker explained, “We can either crumble under the pressure of

in which he led the team in sacks and tackles for a loss as well. The

catchers return, giving Chambers multiple targets to attack

those expectations or like champions rise above and thrive off of them.”

front seven will be key in stopping the run and getting after opponents’

defenses with in 2013.

He went on to say, “We have dealt with high expectations all three

quarterbacks.

seasons I have been here. We were picked to win the conference in

The Offensive Line must recover from the loss of two dynamic

the preseason polls of 2010, 2011 and 2012.” Schomaker finished by

leaders. The group, however, is filled with experience, talent, and The secondary features the Defense’s only returning all-conference

leadership. All five prospective starters have experience in the

on the football field but as championship level men. We hold ourselves

performer in Bryce Wright. Along with senior Anthony Moore, Bryce

starting lineup including sophomore center Nick Cisneros, the

to a standard greater than excellence, we desire perfection.”

will need to lead a talented but young group of cover men. Their hope

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saying, “We are building champions here at Greenville College not just

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OPPONENT Information Game 1: Sept. 7th

Millikin Big Blue Coach: Patrick Etherton (Millikin ‘00) Conference: CCIW Enrollment: 2118 Location: Decatur, IL Colors: Royal Blue, White Stadium: Frank M. Lindsey (4000)

Game 2: sep. 14th

Minnesota-Morris Cougars Coach: Todd Hickman (St. Cloud State) Conference: UMAC Enrollment: 1461 Location: Morris, MN Colors: Maroon, Gold Stadium: Big Cat Stadium (3500)

Game 3: SEPT. 21th

Eureka Red Devils Coach: Kurt Barth (Eureka ‘98) Conference: UMAC Enrollment: 713 Location: Eureka, IL Colors: Maroon, Gold Stadium: McKinzie (2500)

Game 4: SEPT 28th

Martin Luther Knights Coach: Doug Lange (Northwestern (MN) ‘77) Conference: UMAC Enrollment: 679 Location: New Ulm, MN

Stadium: MLC Bowl (2200)

Game 5: Oct 5th

Crown Storm Coach: John Auer (St. Cloud State ‘95) Conference: UMAC Enrollment: 803 Location: St. Bonifacius, MN Colors: Purple, Gold Stadium: Crown Stadium (1000)

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Date 9/7 9/14 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2

Opponent vs. Greenville at Hope at Aurora University vs. Illinois Wesleyan * at North Central (IL) * vs. Augustana * at Elmhurst * vs Wheaton (IL) *

Time 1:00 PM 12:30 PM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM

11/9

vs. North Park *

1:00 PM

MacMurray Highlanders Coach: Chris Douglas (Southwestern, KS ‘91) Conference: UMAC Enrollment: 472 Location: Jacksonville, IL Colors: Navy, Scarlet Stadium: Freesen Field (3000)

11/16 at Carthage *

1:00 PM

Date 9/1 9/14 9/8 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9

Opponent at Hamline at Greenville* vs. Iowa Wesleyan * vs. Eureka * vs. Northwestern (MN) * at Westminster (MO) * vs. Crown* at Martin Luther * at St. Scolastica* vs. MacMurray *

Time 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 12:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 12:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM

Date 9/7 9/14 9/21 19/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9

Opponent vs. Knox at Northwestern (MN) * vs. Greenville * at Minnesota-Morris vs. Westminster (MO) * at Martin Luther * at MacMurray * vs. St. Scholastica * at Iowa Wesleyan * vs. Crown *

Time 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM

Date 9/7 9/14 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9

Opponent vs. Maranatha Baptist vs. MacMurray * vs. Northwestern * at Greenville * vs. Iowa Wesleyan * vs Eureka * at St. Scholastica * vs. Minnesota-Morris * at Crown * at Westminster (MO) *

Time 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM

Date 9/7 9/14 9/21

Opponent Time vs Macalester 7:00 PM at Westminster (MO) * 1:00 PM vs. St. Scholastica * 1:00 PM

9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9

at Northwestern (MN) * 1:00 PM vs Greenville * 1:00 PM at Iowa Wesleyan 2:00 PM at Minnesota Morris * 12:00 PM vs. MacMurray* 1:00 PM vs. Martin Luther * 1:00 PM at. Eureka *

1:00 PM

Game 7: Oct. 19th

Northwestern Eagles Coach: Kirk Talley (Pacific Lutheran ‘81) Conference: UMAC Enrollment: 1818 Location: Roseville, MN Colors: Purple, Gold, White Stadium: Reynolds Field (1500)

Game 8: Oct. 26th

Iowa Wesleyan Tigers Coach: Tom Parkevich (Mount Senario ‘91) Conference: UMAC Enrollment: 576 Location: Mount Pleasant, IA Colors: Purple, White Stadium: Mapleleaf Stadium (5000)

Game 9: Nov. 2nd

Westminster Blue Jays Coach: John Welty (Benedictine ‘77) Conference: UMAC Enrollment: 1076 Location: Fulton, MO Colors: Blue, White Stadium: Priest Field (1000)

Game 10: Nov. 9th

St. Scholastica Saints Coach: Greg Carlson (UW-Oshkosh) Conference: UMAC Enrollment: 2492 Location: Duluth, MN Colors: Royal Blue, Gold Stadium: Public School Stadium (5000)

Schedule Date 9/7 9/14 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9

Opponent vs. Wartburg College at Martin Luther * at Westminster (MO) * vs. Iowa Wesleyan * at St. Scholastica * vs. Greenville * vs. Eureka * at Crown * vs. Northwestern (MN) * at Minnesota-Morris*

Time 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM

Date 9/7 9/14 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 10/2 11/9

Opponent at St. Olaf vs. Eureka * at Martin Luther * vs. Crown * at Minnesota-Morris * vs. St. Scholastica * at Greenville * vs. Westminster (MO) * at MacMurray* vs. Iowa Wesleyan *

Time 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM

Date 9/7 9/14 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9

Opponent Time at Simpson 1:00 PM at St. Scholastica * 1:00 PM vs. Minnesota-Morris * 12:00 PM at MacMurray * 1:00 PM at Martin Luther * 1:00 PM vs. Crown* 2:00 PM at Westminster (MO) * 1:00 PM vs. Greenville * 1:00 PM vs. Eureka * 1:00 PM at Northwestern (MN) * 1:00 PM

Date 9/7 9/14 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9

Opponent Time at Hendrix 12:00 PM vs. Crown * 1:00 PM vs. MacMurray * 1:00 PM at St. Scholastica * 1:00 PM at Eureka * 12:00 PM vs. Minnesota-Morris * 12:00 PM vs. Iowa Wesleyan * 1:00 PM at Northwestern (MN) * 1:00 PM at Greenville * 1:00 PM vs. Martin Luther * 1:00 PM

Date Opponent 9/7 at Whitworth College 9/14 vs. Iowa Wesleyan * 9/21 at Crown* 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9

Time 3:30 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM

vs. Westminster (MO) * 1:00 PM vs. MacMurray * 1:00 PM at Northwestern (MN) * 1:00 PM vs. Martin Luther* 1:00 PM at Eureka* 1:00 PM vs. Minnesota-Morris 1:00 PM at Greenville * 12:00 PM

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Colors: Black, Red

Game 6: Oct. 12th

Schedule

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WAYS TO PARTNER WITH US THIS SEASON:

2012 awards Team Awards

EMAP Cody Hutchin

Seniors Trendon Amuzie Jeremy Burrows K.C. Gilbert Cody Hutchin T.J. Meredith Anthony Osuna Jace Sloan

Terminator Humility on Offence Jeremy Burrows

Terminator Humility on Defence Cody Lopez

Offensive Hard Hat Jace Sloan

Most Improved Offensive Player Hunter Rone

Defensive Hard Hat Joe Hubbs

Most Improved Defensive Player Kirk Pearce

All-Conference

Offensive Rookie of the Year Steven Glover

UMAC Players Of the Week Defensive-Week 8 – Jacob Bronars Special Teams- Week 10 – Josh Frewin

Defensive Rookie of the Year Robert Deering

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booster club

The Greenville College Football Team expresses their appreciation to those who have supported us financially over this past year.

Most Impactful on J.V. Offence

All-UMAC – Defense

Jacob Stull

1st Team - Defensive Back – Bryce Wright

Most Impactful on J.V. Defence Jonathan Uperesa

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1st Team - Quarterback – Brendan Chambers Running Back – Immanuel Gamble Offensive Lineman – Jeremy Burrows Offensive Lineman – Trendon Amuzie

Most Impactful Offensive Player Brendon Chambers

Most Impactful Defensive Player Cody Lopez

2nd Team - Offensive Lineman – Nick Cisneros

Put-Up Award

Offensive Player of the Year

Isaac Barber

Immanuel Gamble

Servant Leadership Award

Sportsmanship Award

Cody Hutchin

Jacob Bronars

2014 schedule DATE

OPPONENT

TIME

DATE

OPPONENT

TIME

September 6th

Millikin University

1:00pm

October 18th

*at Northwestern

1:00pm

September 13th

*at Minnesota-Morris

1:00pm

October 25th

*Iowa Wesleyan College

1:00pm

September 20st

*Eureka

1:00pm

November 1nd

*at Westminster

1:00pm

September 27th

*at Martin Luther

1:00pm

November 8th

*at College of St. Scholasticia 1:00pm

October 4th

*Crown

1:00pm

October 11th

*MacMurray

1:00pm

* Denotes Conference Game

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Thank you for your contributions and support.

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2013 junior varsity schedule

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Millikin University

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Fri Oct 18, 13

Mon Oct 07, 13

Alumi [Championship Play Bowl]

Lindenwood Belleville

Fri Oct Sep 30, 13 Bethel (TN)

Mon Sep 23, 13 LIndenwood Belleville

Mon Sep 16, 13 Rose-Hulman

Mon Sep 09, 13 Milikin

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2013 varsity schedule Sat Sep 06, 13 * Eureka

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1:00 PM

LOCATION TIME

Sat Sep 13, 13 * Martin Luther

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1:00 PM

Sat Sep 20, 13 * Crown

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Sat Sep 27, 13 * MacMurray

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Sat Oct 04, 13

* ^ Northwestern

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LOCATION TIME

Sat Oct 11, 13

* Iowa Wesleyan College

Sat Oct 18, 13

* Westminster

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Sat Oct 25, 13

12:00 PM

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Sat Nov 1, 13

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^ - Indicates Homecoming

Sat Nov 8, 13

* - Indicates a Conference Matchup

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