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Black Bear Football Since 2000

. . . 2 Conference Titles (2001 & 2002) . . . 4 NCAA Playoff Appearances (‘01, ‘02, ‘08 & ‘11) ...3 NCAA Final 8 Appearances (‘01, ‘02 & ‘11) . . . 6 1st or 2nd Place Finishes in Conf./Division (‘01,’02,’06,’08,’09,‘11)

. . . 2 Conference Defensive Players of the Year (Stephen Cooper ‘01 & ‘02; Jovan Belcher ‘08)

. . . 3 Buck Buchanan Award Finalists

(Stephen Cooper ‘01 & ‘02; Matt King ‘06; Jovan Belcher ‘08)

. . . 1 Walter Pay ton Award Finalist (Marcus Williams ‘03)

. . . 89 All-CA A Selections (13 in 2011) . . . 15 All-Americans . . . 19 NFL Draft Picks / Rookie Free Agents . . . 56 Winning % / 5 Winning Seasons (2001, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2008 & 2011)

. . . 2 Conference Student-Athletes of the Year (Ron Whitcomb ‘06; Ryan Canar y ‘08)

. . . 1 Win Over a Division I FBS Opponent (Maine 9, Mississippi State 7; Sept . 18, 2004)

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. . . 9 College All-Star Game Invitations

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2012 Media guide

briefly looking at 2012

>> FOOTBALL COACHING & SUPPORT STAFF INFORMATION Head Coach__________________________________________ Jack Cosgrove (Maine ‘78) Record at Maine__________________________________________ 106-112 (20th Season) Overall Record___________________________________________ 106-112 (20th Season) Assistant Coaches______________________ Kevin Bourgoin (Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks) Paul Ferraro (Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers) Kyle Archer (Wide Receivers/Off. Special Teams) Jeff Ambrosie (Offensive Line/Running Game Coordinator) Dennis Dottin-Carter (Defensive Line/Def. Special Teams) Joe Harasymiak (Defensive Backs) Shawn Demaray (Running Backs/Rec. Coord.) Jordan Stevens (Defensive Assistant/Def. Line) Greg Webster (Defensive Assistant/Def. Backs) Matt Birkett (Tight Ends) Ed Mestieri (Director of Football Ops.) Strength & Conditioning Coach Dan Nichol Football Administrative Assistant_________________________________ Caren Haskell-Ford Equipment Manager______________________________________________Steve Jones Athletic Trainers_________________________________________ Ryan Taylor; Sam Walton Team Physicians_________________________________ John Engel, M.D.; Michael Rizzo, FNP; _______________________ and the Center for Family Medicine at Eastern Maine Medical Center; ________________________________________ Dr. Roy Corbin, PMD (podiatry services); __________________ Dr. John Gaetani, OD (optometrist); Dr. Jay Payne, MD (hand & wrist surgeon) >> 2012 SCHEDULE Date________ Opponent (TV)__________________ Time__________ Series (UM-Opp.) Sept. 1_______ Open Date______________________ -________________________ Sept. 8_______ at Boston College_________________ 1 p.m.____________________3-3 Sept. 15_______ at Bryant______________________ 1 p.m.____________________1-0 Sept. 22_______ ALBANY_______________________ 6 p.m.____________________2-3 Sept. 29_______ VILLANOVA*____________________ 3:30 p.m.__________________8-7 Oct. 6________ at Delaware*____________________ 3:30 p.m._________________ 8-23 Oct. 13_______ at Towson*_____________________ 7 p.m.____________________6-4 Oct. 20_______ NEW HAMPSHIRE*!________________ 12 p.m.________________ 43-48-8 Oct. 27_______ at William & Mary*________________ 3:30 p.m.__________________3-7 Nov. 3________ JAMES MADISON*_________________ 3:30 p.m._________________ 5-10 Nov. 12_______ GEORGIA STATE*__________________ 2 p.m.______________First Meeting Nov. 17_______ at Rhode Island*__________________ 12 p.m.________________ 53-34-3 Home games in CAPS // *-CAA contest // !-Homecoming Weekend

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maine football

table of contents

>> THIS IS MAINE FOOTBALL The University of Maine_______________________________________________ 10-17 Success After Maine (NFL & Business)_______________________________________ 18-19 Black Bear All-Americans/All-Conference_____________________________________ 20-23 Maine vs. FBS (I-A) Opponents___________________________________________ 24-25 Alfond Stadium____________________________________________________ 26-27 National Awards_____________________________________________________ 28 Black Bear Football Success In The CAA Since 2000_________________________________ 29 This Is CAA Football____________________________________________________ 30 2011 Review______________________________________________________ 31-35 >> COACHING & SUPPORT STAFF Head Coach Jack Cosgrove______________________________________________ 36-39 Assistant Coaches & Support Staff_________________________________________ 40-44 >> BLACK BEAR BIOS Returnee/Newcomer Bios______________________________________________ 45-59 >> 2011 SEASON REVIEW Statistics/Game Recaps_______________________________________________ 60-70 This Is CAA Football__________________________________________________ 71-72 >> HISTORY & RECORDS Team & Individual Records/Career Leaders____________________________________ 73-79 Honor Roll_________________________________________________________ 80 NCAA FCS (I-AA) Playoff History__________________________________________ 81-83 Year-by-Year Results_________________________________________________ 84-89 All-Time Letterwinners_______________________________________________ 90-96 >> CREDITS

Writer/Editor/Layout & Design: Andrew Mahoney. Cover: Andrew Mahoney. Executive Editors: Laura Reed and Tyson McHatten. Contributors: Doug DeBiase, Barret Gilham, Joe Roberts, Pat McBride, Myer Taksel and Stu Haskell for his historical research. Photographs supplied by Michael C. York, William Drake, Peter Buehnner, C.W. Pack, Mansel Guerry, Eric Francis, Doug DeBiase, Andrew Mahoney, Laura Reed, Pat McBride, Sean Hladick, Barret Gilham, Tyson McHatten, Elizabeth Strout, Doug Learned, Office of U.S. Senator Olympia Snowe’, NFL, College Football Hall of Fame, East-West Shrine Classic, San Diego Chargers, Pittsburgh Steelers, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, Baltimore Ravens, Seattle Seahawks, Chicago Bears, New Orleans Saints, Atlanta Falcons, New York Jets, Denver Broncos, St. Louis Rams, Miami Dolphins and the New England Patriots.


media information The Maine Athletic Media Relations Office extends a welcome to all working media covering the Black Bear football program. We appreciate the coverage you give us, and we will do everything possible to assist you during the 2009 season. This publication has been produced to provide you with information in covering the Black Bears in 2009. Throughout the season, news releases, game notes, statistics and game results will be posted on the University of Maine athletics website (www.GoBlackBears.com) to keep you up-to-date with all the latest happenings with the Black Bear football program. >> CREDENTIALS All credential requests should be directed to Andrew Mahoney. His address is as follows: 5747 Memorial Gymnasium, Orono, ME 044695747. Fax: (207) 581-3297. Credentials to be mailed should be requested at least two weeks in advance. Otherwise, credentials can be picked up at the Will Call table underneath the home side grandstand at Alfond Stadium on game days. >> INTERVIEWS All requests for player interviews, either in person or via phone, must be requested through the Maine Athletic Media Relations Office. Weekday Interview Availability Schedule: Monday__________________________________Off Day Tuesday___________ 1-2:15 p.m. (before meetings); after practice Wednesday________ 1-2:15 p.m. (before meetings); after practice Thursday__________ 1-2:15 p.m. (before meetings); after practice Friday_______________ Travel Day or Alfond Stadium walk-thru Practices end approximately around 6 p.m. Media members wishing to do interviews after practice are advised to arrive on campus at 5:30 p.m. to ensure interviews will be conducted.

Maine Athletic Media Relations Staff Area Code (207) >> ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR FOR PUBLIC RELATIONS_______________________________________ Laura Reed Office Phone_________________________________________________________________________ 581-3646 Email_________________________________________________________________ Laura.Reed@umit.maine.edu Sports_________________________________________________________Women’s Soccer, Men’s Ice Hockey, Baseball Office Address__________________________________________________5747 Memorial Gymnasium, Orono, ME 04469 Fax______________________________________________________________________________ 581-3297 >> ASSISTANT MANAGER OF ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS (FOOTBALL CONTACT)______________________ Andew Mahoney Office Phone_________________________________________________________________________ 581-4158 Email_____________________________________________________________ Andrew.Mahoney@umit.maine.edu Sports_________________________________ Football, M/W Cross Country, Men’s Basketball, M/W Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field >> ASSISTANT MANAGER OF ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS_____________________________________ Tyson McHatten Office Phone_________________________________________________________________________ 581-3596 Email______________________________________________________________ Tyson.McHatten@umit.maine.edu Sports_________________________________________________________ Field Hockey, Women’s Basketball, Softball >> INTERN____________________________________________________________________________ TBD Office Phone_________________________________________________________________________ 581-4129 Email_________________________________________________________________________________TBD Sports_______________________________________________________Women’s Ice Hockey, M/W Swimming & Diving

>> RADIO POLICY Permission to broadcast may be obtained by either calling or writing to the Maine Athletic Media Relations Office at least one week prior to the day of the game. >> PRESS PARKING A section of the VIP parking area has been reserved for members of the media. Please contact the Maine Athletic Media Relations Office in advance for parking passes. >> PRACTICE All practices are open for the media to attend. Interviews can be conducted with players and coaches immediately following practice. >> PRESS BOX GAME SERVICE Pre-game notes, up-to-date statistics, depth charts, media guides and game programs will be issued prior to the start of the game. Halftime statistics, as well as complete play-by-play, and final team and individual statistics also will be provided to the media. Telephone lines will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Post-game interviews will be held in the Palmer Lounge (baseball clubhouse) following a 10minute cooling off period after the game. A pre-game meal will also be served. Wireless internet access is also provided in the pressbox and in Palmer. >> COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (CAA) The CAA will conduct a weekly teleconference throughout the season with head coaches from all 10 schools. The teleconference will be held on Mondays beginning at 10 a.m. The teleconferences will begin on Aug. 30. Contact the CAA office for access numbers and a timeline of when coaches are scheduled to speak. The CAA football contact is Scott Meyer, and he can be reached via the phone at (804) 754-1616 or through email at smeyer@caasports.com(.) The official website of the CAA is www.CAASports.com(.) >> DIRECTIONS TO MAINE (From the South): Take Interstate 95 North to Exit 193 (Stillwater/ Old Town) ... bear right at end of off-ramp onto Stillwater Avenue ... at fourth set of lights (McDonald’s on left) take a right onto College Avenue ... travel one mile on College Avenue ... turn left onto Maine campus just prior to Alfond Sports Arena (ice hockey and basketball) ... Alfond Arena parking lot is adjacent to Morse Field at Alfond Stadium. (From Bangor International Airport, Approx. 15 mins. from campus): Exit airport and take right onto Union Street ... travel through three sets of lights, and after crossing overpass, take left onto Interstate 95 ... follow directions above.

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Coach cos radio show The Coach Cosgrove Radio Show will begin Thursday, Sept. 6 from 7-8 p.m. at the Sea Dog in Bangor.

National exposure

The Maine Black Bear football program has received extensive local, regional and national attention over the past four years. Maine has played on national TV at least once in each of the past four seasons, including: Fox Sports Net, ESPN360, ESPN Regional, ESPNU, ESPN3 and the Big Ten Network. The Black Bears have also played on regional networks that have reached major audiences in the Northeast, including: Comcast SportsNet, CN8 (now The Comcast Network) and NESN. Maine football has also appeared in national publications, websites and radio shows, including: Mike & Mike in the Morning, ESPN.com, the Dan Patrick Show, NCAASports.com, Sports Illustrated and Sporting News

Maine and Learfield Sports have partnered to produce the “Black Bear Sports Network.” The network will air over several radio stations throughout the state of Maine and will air several of Maine’s varsity sports teams, including all 11 regular season football games in 2010. Rich Kimball (play-by-play), Bob Lucy (color) and Jim Churchill (sideline) will return to handle the call of the games. Maine football can be heard on the following stations all season long: Augusta (WCME-FM 96.7); Augusta (WFAU-AM 1280); Bangor (WAEI-FM 97.1 = Flagship); Bangor (WABI-AM 910); Portland (WLOB-AM 1310); Rockland (WRKDAM 1450); Skowhegan (WIGY-FM 97.5); Houlton (WBCQ-FM 94.7); and Millinocket (WSYY-AM 1240)

Rich Kimball 2010 Maine Sportscaster of the Year

Bob Lucy

Paulie Stills on the Dan Patrick Show supporting the Black Bears during the 2011 NCAA Playoffs.

www.goblackbears.com Releases, statistics, game notes and other information on Maine football can be found on the official athletic department’s website, www. GoBlackBears.com(.) During preseason football practice in August, there will be daily practice reports posted to the website to keep fans and the media updated on

the Black Bears’ preparations for the upcoming season and daily video blogs. Updated season statistics are posted on either Saturday night or Sunday morning following each football game. Weekly games notes are posted no later than Tuesday morning of game week, and provide an indepth look into the upcoming contest for the Black Bears.

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quick facts

quick facts >> GENERAL INFORMATION Full Name of School__________________________________University of Maine Location________________________________________ Orono, Maine 04469 Enrollment_______________________________________________ 11,168 Founded_________________________________________________ 1865 Colors________________________ Navy Blue (PMS 289), Maine ‘Sky’Blue (PMS 292) & White Nickname (Mascot)________________________ Black Bears (Bananas the Black Bear) Stadium___________________________________________ Alfond Stadium Capacity / Year Opened____________________________________ 10,000 / 1998 Playing Surface___________________________________________ FieldTurf President_________________________________ Dr. Paul Ferguson (Whittier ‘74) Faculty Athletics Representative____________________________ Dr. Robert Strong Director of Athletics_____________________________ Steve Abbott (Harvard ‘85) >> 2012 TEAM INFORMATION Captains______________________________________________ Game Day Basic Offense_____________________________________________ Spread Basic Defense____________________________________________ Multiple Starters Returning________________________________15 (7 Off./7 Def./1 Spec.) Starters Lost____________________________________12 (4 Off./5 Def./3 Spec.) Others Returning w/ Starting Experience________________________ 7 (3 Off./4 Def.) Others Lost w/ Starting Experience___________________________ 2 (1 Off./1 Def.) Lettermen Returning_____________________________ 42 (17 Off./20 Def./2 Spec.) Lettermen Lost__________________________________ 9 (4 Off./4 Def./1 Spec.) >> 2011 SEASON REVIEW

Overall Record_______________________________________________ 9-4 CAA Record_________________________________________________ 6-2 Conference Finish____________________________________________ T-2nd Home Record_______________________________________________ 4-1 Road Record________________________________________________ 5-3 Final National Ranking__________________________________________ 8/8

>> HISTORY Seasons of Football____________________________________________ 120 All-Time Record_____________________________________ 493-468-38 (.512) First Year of Football__________________________________________ 1892 First Game____________________________________ 1892 (Colby 12, Maine 0) First Win______________________________ 1895 (Maine 22, Foxcroft Academy 0) First Winning Season_______________________________________ 1901 (7-1) NCAA FCS Playoff Appearances______________________________________ Six ____________________________________1987, 1989, 2001, 2002, 2008, 2011 Bowl Games________________________________________________ One _____________________________ 1965 Tangerine Bowl: East Carolina 31, Maine 0 Last Postseason Appearance_____________________________________ 2011 Results_____ W, 34-12 at App. St. (NCAA 2nd Rd), L, 35-23 at Georgia So.(NCAA Quarterfinal) NCAA FCS Playoff Record_________________________________________ 3-6 Bowl Record________________________________________________ 0-1 Colonial Athletic Association Titles___________________________________ N/A Atlantic 10 Conference Titles______________________________________ Two ___________________________________________________2001, 2002 Yankee Conference Titles_________________________________________Nine ________________________ 1949, 1951, 1952, 1961, 1965, 1974, 1982, 1987, 1989 First-Team All-Conference Honors___________________________________ 126 All-Americans________________________________________________ 37 Record at Alfond Stadium (Since 1998)___________________________ 47-27 (.635)

>> MEDIA INFORMATION Assistant Manager of Athletic Media Relations/Football Contact_________Andrew Mahoney Office Phone_________________________________________ (207) 581-4158 Email_________________________________ andrew.mahoney@umit.maine.edu Office Fax___________________________________________ (207) 581-3297 Office Address__________________________5747 Memorial Gym, Orono, ME 04469


roster breakdown Lettermen Returning (36)

breakdown: returning / lost

Offense (16) Offensive Line (4)______________Jeff Gakos, Chris Howley, _______________________ Josh Spearin, Garret Williamson Wide Receiver (4)___________ Damarr Aultman, Derrick Johnson, ____________________ Maurice McDonald, Arthur Williams Tight End (2)____________________ Jeff Falvey, Justin Perillo Quarterback (2)*____________ John Ebeling, Marcus Wasilewski Tailback (2)____________________David Hood, Terrel Walker Fullback (2)__________________Carlton Charles, Cody Simcox *Ebeling and Wasilewski earned letters, but not at QB position Defense (18) Defensive Line (6)_______ Doug Alston, Craig Capella, Michael Cole, ___________________ Kris Enslen, Erwin Roach, Matt Wilson Linebacker (6)_____ Arron Achey, Shawn Bodtmann, Donte Dennis, ___________________ Troy Eastman, Troy Russell, Sam Shipley Defensive Back (6)_____Khari Al-Mateen, Jamal Clay, Darlos James, ______________ Kendall James, Michael Mangiarelli, Axel Ofori Specialists (2) Kicker (2)______________________ Brian Harvey, Jeff Ondish

Lettermen Lost (12)

Offense (3) Running Back (1)______________________ Pushaun Brown Offensive Line (1)_________________________ Steve Shea Wide Receiver (1)________________________Derek Session

Season No. 121

Specialsist (3) Kick Returner (2)_____________ Roosevelt Boone, Trevor Coston Kicker (1)___________________________ Jordan Waxman

Defense (5) Raibonne Charles, DL (13); Trevor Coston, DB (13); Vinson Givans, LB (13); Jerron McMillian, DB (13); Kevin Phanor, DL (13) Specialists (3) Roosevelt Boone, KR (13); Trevor Coston, PR (13); Jordan Waxman, K (13)

Starters Returning (15) (Six or More Starts in 2011)

Offense (7) Jeff Gakos, OL (13); Chris Howley, OL (13); Maurice McDonald, WR (9); Justin Perillo, TE (12); Josh Spearin, OL (13); Arthur Williams, WR (7); Garret Williamson, OL (13); Defense (7) Arron Achey, LB (6); Doug Alston, DL (11); Michael Cole, DL (13); Donte Dennis, LB (11)*; Darlos James, CB (12); Kendall James, CB (13); Troy Russell, LB (13) Specialists (1) Brian Harvey, K (13) *Dennis started all 11 games in 2010

Starters Lost (12)

Offense (4) Pushaun Brown, RB (12); Derek Session, WR (12); Steve Shea, OL (13); Warren Smith, QB (13)

Others Returning with Starting Experience From 2011 (7)

Offense (3) Damarr Aultman, WR (4); Jeff Falvey, TE (1); David Hood, RB (1).

Defense (4) Shawn Bodtmann, LB (2); Erwin Roach, DL (2); Axel Ofori, DB (1); Sam Shipley, LB (4)

Others Lost with Starting Experience From 2011 (2) Offense (1)

Derek Buttles, TE (1) Defense (1) Ryan Nani, DL (1)

SPRING / PRESEASON notes

The University of Maine football teams enters its 121st season of intercollegiate football in 2012 with an all-time record of 493-468-38 for a winning percentage of 51.0 percent.

Coming Off a Top-10 Season The Black Bears are coming off one of the best seasons in program history, going 9-4 and advancing to the NCAA Final Eight. Maine finished the season ranked #8 in the national polls, the highest-ranked team in the Colonial Athletic Association.

The 1,000th Game Maine’s first game of the season against Boston College will be the 1,000th game in program history.

The 100th Game The Black Bears’ Homecoming Game against New Hampshire will be the 100th in the storied rivalry between the two sides. The Wildcats hold the series edge 48-43-8. The last four games have each been decided by four points or less. Furthermore, three out of the last four contests have had conference and/or division championship implications.

Boston College The FBS Opponent Maine’s Division I Football Bowl Subdivision opponent in 2012 is Boston College. The two squads last tangled on Sept. 30, 2006, with the Eagles winning 22-0. Maine and BC first met in 1913, with Maine taking the 6-0 win. The Black Bears would again beat the Eagles the next season, this time by a 26-7 score and would also take the 1915 meeting, 14-0. The Eagles would get revenge and take the next three in the series by scores of 42-0 in 1929, 56-0 in 1967 and the 22-0 win in 2006. The series stands at 3-3. The Black Bears are 1-9 all-time against schools from the FBS, with the 9-7 triumph over Mississippi State in 2004 counting

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Defense (6) Defensive Line (3)______ Raibonne Charles, Ryan Nani, Kevin Phanor Linebacker (1)__________________________Vinson Givans Defensive Back (2)____________ Jerron McMillian, Trevor Coston

as the win.

Returning All-CAA Players

Maine returns six players who were named to All-CAA teams. Wide receiver Maurice McDonald and offensive lineman Chris Howley were named to the First Team while tight end Justin Perillo, offensive lineman Josh Spearin and defensive lineman Michael Cole were named to the Second Team. Cornerback Kendall James was named to the Third Team. McDonald and Howley were also named to the New England Football Writers Association All-New England Team as well. In addition, Howley was named an ECAC Second Team All-Star.

Return of Donte The Black Bear linebacking corps, already returning five players who saw significant time (Troy Russell, Arron Achey, Troy Eastman, Sam Shipley and Shawn Bodtmann), will get even better as All-CAA backer and 2011 Preseason All-American Donte Dennis returns. Dennis redshirted last season due to injury but will be 100% healthy and should make the linebacker unit one of the best in the CAA.

Pair of Seniors and Sophomores

appearance in the 2012 playoffs would give Maine its second back-toback playoff run dating back to 2001-02.

Challenging Schedule Maine finished last season playing the 11th-most difficult schedule in the country and third in the CAA behind Villanova and New Hampshire.

QB Up for Grabs With seniors Chris Treister and Warren Smith graduating, the quarterback position is up for grabs. Marcus Wasilewski and John Ebeling will be the two battling for the starting spot, and both have experience, just not at quarterback. Wasilewski saw significant action on special teams while Ebeling was a wide receiver, making two catches, both in the playoffs, and both for touchdowns.

Experienced O-Line Coming into the season, the four returnees on the offensive line (Chris Howley, Jeff Gakos, Josh Spearin and Garret Williamson) have a combined 101 career starts in their tenure at Maine.

Maine should have good depth at wide receiver in 2012. All-CAA selection senior Maurice McDonald will lead the contingent while fellow senior Derrick Johnson returns after starting the first three games last season before suffering a season-ending injury. Sophomores Damarr Aultman and Arthur Williams saw a lot of action after Johnson went down, and even more when McDonald missed the last four games. Aultman and Williams performed admirably, each finishing the season with more than 500 yards receiving.

Looking for 3rd Playoffs in 5 Years The Black Bears are looking for their third NCAA Playoff appearance in five years in 2012, which would be a first in program history. Maine advanced to the playoffs in 2008 in addition to last season, and an

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2012 rosters No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 56 64 68 70 73 74 75 76 77 78 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 94 95 96 97 98 99

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Name Donte Dennis Maurice McDonald Darlos James Troy Russell Kendall James Troy Eastman Marcus Wasilewski Ryan Stroud Doug Alston Axel Ofori John Ebeling Carlton Charles Cabrinni Goncalves Justin Flores Daniel Collins Jamal Clay Daniel Upson Isaiah Jones Lamar Fitzgerald Aamad Bush Sherrod Baltimore Zedric Joseph Michael Mangiarelli Terrel Walker Khari Al-Mateen Patrick Pascal David Hood Brian Harvey Mike Kuhn Javar Coleman Shawn Bodtmann Davonte Burke Randy Samuels Arron Achey Malik Walker Jeffrey Ondish Sam Shipley Sean Decloux Gavin Callahan Rickey Stevens Christophe Mulumba Nigel Jones Sacoy Malone Matthew LeBlanc Kris Enslen Douglas Nash Brian Anthony Peter Carbone Sydney Weston Sean Stevenson Christopher Howley John McCabe Matthew Wilson Nicholas Cox Garret Williamson Chase Hoyt Jeff Gakos Benedict Wezel Bruce Johnson Joshua Spearin Joseph Hook Tyler Patterson Daniel Carriker Will Martin Justin Perillo Jordan Dunn Sean Reuss Derrick Johnson Dylan Walton Najee Green Max Andrews John Hardy Damarr Aultman Arthur Williams Matthew Pellerin Joshua Ingalls Trevor Bates David Toriola Michael Kozlakowski Erwin Roach Devin Clark Darius Greene Michael Cole

Pos. LB WR DB LB DB LB QB QB DL DB QB FB RB WR QB DB WR WR DB DB CB RB DB RB DB DB RB K/P DB DB LB DB LB LB CB K/P LB K/P DB DB LB RB RB LB DL TE LB TE RB LB OL LB DL LB OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL TE WR TE WR WR WR TE WR WR WR DL DL DE DL DE DL DL DL DL

Cl. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr.. So. Sr. So. Jr. So. So. R-Fr. Fr. Jr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Jr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. So. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. So. R-Fr. So. Sr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Sr. Jr. R-Fr. Jr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Sr. R-Fr. So. Jr. Sr. R-Fr. Jr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. R-Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. R-Fr. So. So. So. Fr. R-Fr. Grad. R-Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr.

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

Wt. 225 180 175 225 181 210 205 180 230 180 205 245 180 185 190 187 180 175 195 200 160 180 200 200 196 175 190 180 195 180 210 190 185 215 175 180 230 184 195 175 230 198 175 225 255 260 200 240 202 215 285 215 270 180 275 265 290 310 265 290 290 305 295 285 250 190 230 180 180 185 230 178 180 175 295 255 215 280 240 240 250 275 250

Hometown/High School/Previous School Rahway, N.J./Rahway Paterson, N.J./Paterson Catholic Mt. Vernon, N.Y./Iona Prep South Plainfield, N.J./Fork Union Military Academy Roselle, N.J./Union Country Academy Rahway, N.J./Rahway Kulpmont, Pa./Mt. Carmel Dover-Foxcroft, Maine/Foxcroft Academy East Orange, N.J./Paterson Catholic Gaithersburg, Md./Gaithersburg Mahwah, N.J./Mahwah Windham, Maine/Windham Taunton, Mass./Taunton Woburn, Mass./Woburn Williamstown, N.J./Williamstown Mahwah, N.J./Mahwah Montgomery Village, Md./Watkins Mill Orange, Mass./Mahar Regional Elizabeth, N.J./Elizabeth High School/Lackawanna College Montclair, N.J./Montclair Fort Washington, Md./Friendly Orchard Park, N.Y./Erie Community College Warren, Ohio/Howland Taunton, Mass./Taunton Baltimore, Md./Baltimore Technical Institute Greenlawn, N.Y./Elwood-John Glenn Galloway, N.J./Absegami Wayland, Mass./Wayland Martinsville, N.J./Immaculata Brockton, Mass./New Hampton Scranton, Pa./West Scranton Galesville, Md./Fork Union Bronx, N.Y./Mt. Saint Michael/Berkshire Newmanstown, Pa./Eastern Lebanon County East Orange, N.J./East Orange Elkton, Md./Elkton Santa Barbara, Calif./Santa Barbara CC Ottawa, Ontario/St. Peter Catholic/Red Lion Christian Windsor, Vt./Windsor Rochester, N.Y./Gates Chili Montreal, Quebec/Kent School Pleasantville, N.J./Holy Sprit High School Springfield, Mass./Central Holden, Mass./Wachusett Regional Middletown, Del./Caravel Academy Turner, Maine/Leavitt Columbia, Md./Atholton Hopkinton, Mass./St. Anslems Mt. Vernon, N.Y./Iona Prep Westwood, N.J./Westwood Runnemede, N.J./Triton Winslow, Maine/Winslow Freeport, N.Y./Holy Trinity Diocesan Dorchester, Mass./Avon Old Farms Flemington, N.J./Hunterdon Central West Chester, Pa./Bayard Rustin Basking Ridge, N.J./Ridge Berlin, Germany/Salisbury School Rochester, N.Y./Gates Chili Limington, Maine/Bonny Eagle Westfield, Mass./Westfield Owls Head, Maine/Rockland Alexandria, Va./West Potomac Port Republic, N.J./Holy Spirit/Sacred Heart Wilmington, Del./The Tatnall School Hamilton, N.J./Steinert High School Monticello, N.Y./Monticello Hempstead, N.Y./Holy Trinity Brunswick, Maine/Brunswick Accokeek, Md./Gwynn Park Holden, Maine/John Bapst Portland, Maine/Deering Wheatley Heights, N.Y./Half Hollow Hills West Springfield, Mass./Commerce Turner, Maine/Leavitt Wells, Maine/Wells Westbrook, Maine/Westbrook Corona, N.Y./Marist Lynbrook, N.Y./Lynbrook Bloomfield, N.J./Fork Union Military Academy Baltimore, Md./Dunbar Medorfd, N.Y./Longwood North Brunswick, N.J./North Brunswick


2012 rosters 33 24 9 86 46 88 20 92 30 31 19 38 47 77 12 97 15 99 29 14 53 45 37 1 81 6 11 44 18 13 68 85 98 12 87 27 26 75 50 64 91 3 5 73 83 17 41 21 95 28 43 22 78 51 2 40 45 10 35 76 25 90 80 82 96 4 32 36 74 39 49 8 47 94 16 34 23 84 7 48 70 89 56 52

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Arron Achey Khari Al-Mateen Doug Alston Max Andrews Brian Anthony Damarr Aultman Sherrod Baltimore Trevor Bates Shawn Bodtmann Davonte Burke Aamad Bush Gavin Callahan Peter Carbone Daniel Carriker Carlton Charles Devin Clark Jamal Clay Michael Cole Javar Coleman Daniel Collins Nicholas Cox CJ Dawson Sean Decloux Donte Dennis Jordan Dunn Troy Eastman John Ebeling Kris Enslen Lamar Fitzgerald Justin Flores Jeff Gakos Najee Green Darius Greene Cabrinni Goncalves John Hardy WR Brian Harvey David Hood Joseph Hook Christopher Howley Chase Hoyt Joshua Ingalls Darlos James Kendall James Bruce Johnson Derrick Johnson Isaiah Jones Nigel Jones Zedric Joseph Michael Kozlakowski Mike Kuhn Matthew LeBlanc Michael Mangiarelli Will Martin John McCabe Maurice McDonald Christophe Mulumba Douglas Nash Axel Ofori Jeffrey Ondish Tyler Patterson Patrick Pascal Matthew Pellerin Justin Perillo Sean Reuss Erwin Roach Troy Russell Randy Samuels Sam Shipley Joshua Spearin Rickey Stevens Sean Stevenson Ryan Stroud Ellis Throckmorton David Toriola Daniel Upson Malik Walker Terrel Walker Dylan Walton Marcus Wasilewski Sydney Weston Benedict Wezel Arthur Williams Garret Williamson Matthew Wilson

LB DB DL TE LB WR CB DE LB DB DB DB TE OL FB DL DB DL DB QB LB FB K/P LB WR LB QB DL DB WR OL WR DL RB R-Fr. K/P RB OL OL OL DL DB DB OL WR WR RB RB DE DB LB DB OL LB WR LB TE DB K/P OL DB DL TE TE DL LB LB LB OL DB LB QB TE DL WR CB RB WR QB RB OL WR OL DL

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6-1 6-1 6-3 6-3 6-2 5-11 5-10 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-3 5-11 6-2 6-2 6-0 6-3 5-10 6-2 5-9 6-2 5-11 6-2 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-4 6-4 5-10 6-1 6-4 6-3 6-2 5-10 178 5-9 5-10 6-5 6-3 6-4 6-3 5-10 5-11 6-3 5-11 6-0 5-9 5-9 6-3 5-11 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-5 5-10 6-2 6-6 5-10 6-0 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-0 6-1 6-4 5-9 6-1 5-10 6-3 6-3 6-2 5-11 5-8 6-1 6-1 5-7 6-8 6-0 6-3 6-3

215 Newmanstown, Pa./Eastern Lebanon County 196 Baltimore, Md./Baltimore Technical Institute 230 East Orange, N.J./Paterson Catholic 230 Holden, Maine/John Bapst 200 Columbia, Md./Atholton 180 Wheatley Heights, N.Y./Half Hollow Hills West 160 Fort Washington, Md./Friendly 215 Westbrook, Maine/Westbrook 210 Scranton, Pa./West Scranton 190 Galesville, Md./Fork Union 200 Montclair, N.J./Montclair 195 Windsor, Vt./Windsor 240 Hopkinton, Mass./St. Anslems 295 Alexandria, Va./West Potomac 245 Windham, Maine/Windham 250 Baltimore, Md./Dunbar 187 Mahwah, N.J./Mahwah 250 North Brunswick, N.J./North Brunswick 180 Brockton, Mass./New Hampton 190 Williamstown, N.J./Williamstown 180 Dorchester, Mass./Avon Old Farms 225 Natick, Mass./New Hampton 184 Ottawa, Ontario/St. Peter Catholic/Red Lion Christian 225 Rahway, N.J./Rahway 190 Hamilton, N.J./Steinert High School 210 Rahway, N.J./Rahway 205 Mahwah, N.J./Mahwah 255 Middletown, Del./Caravel Academy 195 Elizabeth, N.J./Elizabeth High School/Lackawanna College 185 Woburn, Mass./Woburn 290 Basking Ridge, N.J./Ridge 185 Accokeek, Md./Gwynn Park 275 Medorfd, N.Y./Longwood 180 Taunton, Mass./Taunton Portland, Maine/Deering 180 Wayland, Mass./Wayland 190 Galloway, N.J./Absegami 290 Westfield, Mass./Westfield 285 Runnemede, N.J./Triton 265 West Chester, Pa./Bayard Rustin 255 Wells, Maine/Wells 175 Mt. Vernon, N.Y./Iona Prep 181 Roselle, N.J./Union Country Academy 265 Rochester, N.Y./Gates Chili 180 Hempstead, N.Y./Holy Trinity 175 Orange, Mass./Mahar Regional 198 Pleasantville, N.J./Holy Sprit High School 180 Orchard Park, N.Y./Erie Community College 240 Lynbrook, N.Y./Lynbrook 195 Martinsville, N.J./Immaculata 225 Holden, Mass./Wachusett Regional 200 Warren, Ohio/Howland 285 Port Republic, N.J./Holy Spirit/Sacred Heart 215 Winslow, Maine/Winslow 180 Paterson, N.J./Paterson Catholic 230 Montreal, Quebec/Kent School 260 Turner, Maine/Leavitt 180 Gaithersburg, Md./Gaithersburg 180 Elkton, Md./Elkton 305 Owls Head, Maine/Rockland 175 Greenlawn, N.Y./Elwood-John Glenn 295 Turner, Maine/Leavitt 250 Wilmington, Del./The Tatnall School 230 Monticello, N.Y./Monticello 240 Bloomfield, N.J./Fork Union Military Academy 225 South Plainfield, N.J./Fork Union Military Academy 185 Bronx, N.Y./Mt. Saint Michael/Berkshire 230 Santa Barbara, Calif./Santa Barbara CC 290 Limington, Maine/Bonny Eagle 175 Rochester, N.Y./Gates Chili 215 Westwood, N.J./Westwood 180 Dover-Foxcroft, Maine/Foxcroft Academy 220 Bangor, Maine/Bangor 280 Corona, N.Y./Marist 180 Montgomery Village, Md./Watkins Mill 175 East Orange, N.J./East Orange 200 Taunton, Mass./Taunton 180 Brunswick, Maine/Brunswick 205 Kulpmont, Pa./Mt. Carmel 202 Mt. Vernon, N.Y./Iona Prep 310 Berlin, Germany/Salisbury School 175 Springfield, Mass./Commerce 275 Flemington, N.J./Hunterdon Central 270 Freeport, N.Y./Holy Trinity Diocesan

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Albany (2-3)

Year H/A 1977 H 2005 H (Port.) 2009 A 2010 H 2011 A

W/L Score L 39-42 W 31-7 L 16-20 L 0-3 W 31-15

W & M (3-7)

Year H/A 1993 H 1994 A 1999 A 2000 H 2001 A 2002 H 2003 A 2006 S 2007 H 2010 H

W/L Score L 23-47 L 0-17 L 13-37 L 28-31 L 20-42 W 27-14 No Contest W 20-17 L 20-21 L 21-24

UNH (43-48-8)

Year H/A 1903 A 1903 H 1904 H 1905 H 1906 H 1908 H 1909 H 1911 H 1916 H 1917 A 1919 A 1920 H 1922 A 1923 H (Port.) 1924 H 1925 H 1926 A 1927 H 1928 A 1929 H 1930 A 1931 H 1932 A 1933 H 1934 A 1935 H 1936 A 1937 H 1938 A 1939 H 1940 A 1941 H 1942 A 1944 N/A 1944 N/A 1946 H 1947 A 1948 H 1949 A 1950 H 1951 A 1952 H 1953 A 1954 H 1955 A 1956 H 1957 A 1958 H 1959 A

W/L Score W 10-0 W 27-0 W 6-0 W 12-0 W 7-0 W 6-4 W 16-0 W 12-0 T 0-0 L 0-27 W 7-3 L 7-47 W 14-7 W 13-0 L 0-32 T 0-0 L 7-14 W 13-6 W 7-0 L 7-21 L 6-14 L 7-12 T 7-7 L 0-6 L 7-24 W 13-2 W 27-6 L 0-13 W 21-0 W 6-0 L 14-20 T 7-7 L 7-20 W 13-6 L 14-19 L 0-27 L 7-28 L 6-27 W 26-13 L 0-19 T 0-0 W 24-7 L 6-21 L 10-21 T 6-6 W 29-7 W 7-0 W 14-0 T 7-7

1960 H 1961 A 1962 H 1963 A 1964 H 1965 A 1966 A 1967 H 1968 A 1969 H 1970 A 1971 H 1972 A 1973 H 1974 A 1975 H 1976 A 1977 H 1978 A 1979 H 1980 A 1981 H 1982 A 1983 A 1984 A 1985 H 1986 A 1987 H 1988 H 1989 A 1990 H 1991 A 1992 H 1993 A 1994 H 1995 A 1996 H 1997 A 1998 H 1999 A 2000 H 2001 A 2002 H 2003 A 2004 H 2005 A 2006 H 2007 A 2008 H 2009 A 2010 H 2011 A

W 13-7 W 7-6 L 6-21 W 28-8 W 33-18 W 48-13 L 7-10 L 0-17 L 17-42 W 20-18 L 9-13 L 14-24 L 14-17 L 0-13 W 23-9 L 15-24 W 10-0 L 7-54 T 7-7 L 0-23 L 13-19 W 26-16 W 31-14 L 7-20 L 13-21 W 45-40 W 14-13 W 28-14 L 23-44 W 24-7 L 20-28 L 20-38 W 27-24 L 13-63 L 7-24 L 0-21 W 34-20 L 7-24 W 52-28 L 20-31 W 55-10 W 57-24 W 31-14 L 27-47 L 36-50 L 47-59 L (OT) 13-19 L 14-39 L 24-28 L 24-27 W (OT) 16-13 L 27-30

Delaware (8-23)

Year H/A 1972 A 1973 H 1974 A 1975 A 1976 A 1978 A 1979 A 1980 H 1981 A 1984 A 1985 A 1986 H 1987 A 1988 H 1989 A 1990 H 1991 A 1992 H 1993 A

W/L Score L 0-62 L 12-38 L 13-39 L 9-35 L 0-36 L 0-48 L 14-31 L 6-35 L 35-42 L 7-37 W 10-7 L 31-34 W (2OT) 59-56 L 14-31 L 28-35 W 17-10 L 10-34 L 13-57 L 19-21

all-time vs. opponents 1994 H 1995 A 1996 H 1998 A 2002 H 2003 A 2004 A 2005 H 2008 A 2009 H 2010 A 2011 H

W 19-13 L 0-61 L 17-27 W 39-27 L 13-37 L (OT) 21-24 L 38-43 W 25-15 W 27-10 L 27-17 L 7-26 W 31-17

Villanova (8-7)

Year H/A 1988 A 1989 H 1990 A 1991 H 1992 A 1997 A 1998 H 2000 A 2001 H 2002 A 2003 H 2006 H 2007 A 2010 H 2011 A

W/L Score W 20-17 W 47-14 L 7-31 L 7-48 L 8-28 L 14-34 W 44-10 L 21-47 W 44-40 W 21-14 W 14-10 W 20-7 L (OT) 17-24 L 18-48 W 41-25

URI (53-34-3)

Year H/A 1911 H 1912 H 1913 H 1916 H 1920 H 1921 H 1923 H 1924 A 1926 A 1927 H 1928 H 1929 A 1930 H 1931 H 1932 H 1933 H 1934 H 1935 H 1936 H 1937 H 1938 H 1939 H 1940 H 1941 H 1945 A 1946 H 1947 A 1948 H 1949 A 1950 H 1951 A 1952 H 1953 A 1954 H 1955 A 1956 H 1957 A 1958 H 1959 H 1960 H 1961 A

W/L Score L 0-3 W 18-0 W 44-0 L 0-13 T 7-7 W 7-3 W 14-0 W 37-0 W 7-0 W 27-0 W 20-6 W 6-0 W 13-12 L 7-8 W 12-0 L 0-6 L 0-6 W 7-0 L 0-7 T 0-0 L 6-14 W 14-0 W 7-0 L 13-20 L 7-10 L 13-14 W 33-13 W 13-7 W 19-7 W 13-0 W 12-0 W 13-0 L 6-13 L 7-14 L 0-7 W 40-7 L 7-25 W 37-8 T 0-0 W 7-0 W 22-20

1962 H 1963 A 1964 H 1965 A 1966 H 1967 A 1968 H 1969 A 1970 H 1971 A 1972 H 1973 A 1974 H 1975 A 1976 H 1977 A 1978 H 1979 A 1980 H 1981 A 1982 H 1983 A 1984 H 1985 A 1986 H 1987 A 1988 H 1989 A 1990 H 1991 A 1992 H 1993* A (Forfeit) 1994 H 1995 A 1996 H 1997 A 1998 H 1999 A 2000 H 2001 A 2002 H 2004 A 2005 H 2006 A 2007 H 2008 A 2009 H 2010 A 2011 H

L 7-14 L 16-20 W 23-15 W 36-0 W 21-6 L 12-34 W 21-14 W 35-7 L 6-23 W 21-7 W 10-7 W 20-7 W 29-19 W 23-14 L 9-14 L 0-28 L 0-47 L 0-10 W 14-11 L 10-21 L (6OT) 55-58 L 16-24 L 0-27 L 14-34 W 34-14 W 24-20 W 28-14 W 47-21 W 24-17 L 30-52 W 21-9 L (2OT) 26-23 L 21-28 L 13-17 W 58-19 W 30-14 L 17-18 L 14-23 W 37-7 W 26-14 W 31-14 W 42-28 W (OT) 27-24 L 0-3 W 35-0 W 37-7 W 41-17 W 28-23 W 27-21

2010 A 2011 H

James Madison (5-10)

Year H/A 1995 H 1996 A 1997 H 1998 A 1999 H 2000 A 2001 H 2002 A 2003 H 2004 H 2005 A 2008 H 2009 A 2010 H 2011 A

W/L Score W 6-0 W 27-6 W 14-0 L 0-48 L 0-56 L 0-22

Bryant (1-0)

Year H/A W/L Sco 2011 H W 28-13

Towson (6-4)

Year H/A 1979 H 1982 A 1983 H 1987 H 1988 A 1991 H 2006 A 2007 H

W/L Score L 17-21 L 7-31 L 22-24 L 28-34 W 26-20 L 7-22 W 13-3 W 17-6 W 20-13 L 20-24 L 2-38 L 24-10 L 14-22 L 10-14 W (OT) 25-24

Brice-Cowell Musket

A special trophy, the Brice-Cowell Musket, is at stake each year of the rivalry between Maine and New Hampshire. Named after two great former coaches -- Fred Brice of Maine and William Cowell of UNH -- the winner of the annual football game gains possession of the musket for the following year. The tradition began in the late 1940s. The musket is a flintlock rifle made by Ebenezer Nutting of Falmouth, Maine between 1722 and 1745. The George I period flintlock has a barrel 43 inches in length and rifled to a .65 caliber.

Boston Coll. (3-3)

Year H/A 1913 H 1914 H 1915 H 1929 A 1967 A 2006 A

W 28-18 L 30-40

W/L Score L 7-13 L 32-35 W 23-16 L 14-17 W 44-7 W 49-34 W 28-7 W 16-13


University of Maine

• Founded in 1865. • Ranked in the top 15% of America’s Colleges by Forbes Magazine. • Enrollment: 11,168; 8,911 undergraduate (fall 2011). • More than 90 majors and academic programs. • Maine’s only Division I athletics program. • Students from 44 U.S. states and territories, and 84 countries (fall 2011). • More than 200 student clubs and organizations. • 15:1 student-faculty ratio. • Median undergraduate class size: 19. • The student retention from first to second year is 78 percent, with majors in the Maine Business School, the College of Engineering and the College of Education and Human Development reaching roughly 83 percent. • For Maine residents, annual tuition, fees, room and board cost about $19,500, and for nonresidents, about $35,250 in 2011-12. 10

• UMaine, sited on 660 acres on Marsh Island, consists of 37 academic buildings, 30 administrative buildings, 18 residence halls, 18 specific laboratory facilities, 14 Greek life houses, 4 dining facilities and 10 sports facilities. • The University of Maine has five research farms in the state — Aroostook Farm in Presque Isle; Blueberry Hill Farm in Jonesboro; Rogers Farm in Stillwater; Highmoor Farm in Monmouth; and J.F. Witter Teaching and Research Center in Old Town — and a marine sciences research facility, the Darling Marine Center in Walpole, Maine. • University of Maine Cooperative Extension has 16 offices serving all Maine counties and the UMaine campus; operates four Marine Extension Team facilities in partnership with Maine Sea Grant; and operates three 4-H camps. • UMaine’s campus was designed by legendary landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, who also designed Central Park in New York City and the White House grounds in Washington, D.C. • In 2003, the entire UMaine campus was designated as an arboretum. • There are 15 miles of running, biking and cross-country skiing trails on campus. 2012 BLACK BEAR FOOTBALL <<


university of maine President Paul Ferguson

Paul W. Ferguson became the 19th president of the University of Maine in July 2011.

A Southern California native, President Ferguson is a Whittier College graduate who earned a Ph.D. in pharmacology and toxicology at the University of California, Davis in 1981. He is an accomplished health scientist with a 30-year record of scholarship as an award-winning professor in the fields of toxicology and public health. President Ferguson rose through the academic ranks, leading research and outreach efforts in four states to assess and reduce potential health risks from chemical exposures. During this time, Dr. Ferguson also worked as a senior toxicologist for Unocal Corporation, a Los Angeles-based international energy resources company. Since 1993, Dr. Ferguson has progressed through academic administration, initially serving as vice provost and dean of graduate studies and research at the University of Louisiana, Monroe. At the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, he was vice president for research and graduate studies. Prior to joining the University of Maine, Dr. Ferguson was at the Edwardsville campus of Southern Illinois University, where he was provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs. As a campus leader highly regarded for his commitment to engagement, inclusivity and quality, President Ferguson has a demonstrated record of university transformations in the areas of increased research and economic development, university-community partnerships, student success, faculty development and academic quality. Currently, President Ferguson is leading an inclusive, campus-wide planning and implementation process to elevate the University of Maine to new levels of excellence as the most distinctive 21st-century land-grant university of its kind in the nation.

Director of Athletics Steve Abbott â&#x20AC;&#x192; Steve Abbott was named Director of Athletics at the University of Maine on August 20, 2010. He comes to Maine with a wealth of knowledge of Black Bear athletics. Abbott grew up in Orono and his father, Walt, was a professor, head football coach and athletic administrator at Maine for 50 years. Formerly an attorney for Pierce Atwood, northern New Englandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s largest law firm, Abbott served as Chief of Staff for Senator Susan Collins from 1997 through 2009. He was the top advisor to Senator Collins from her first year through her rise to prominence in the Senate, including her Chairmanship of the Homeland Security Committee. Abbott managed her Washington office and her six Maine offices. He supervised a staff of more than fifty and worked extensively with Maine constituents including business, state and academic leaders. Abbott is a 1985 graduate of Harvard College with a degree in history. He was captain of the Harvard football team in 1984. He graduated from the University of Maine School of Law in 1991. He also studied Sport Management at the University of Massachusetts.


You’re In A Great Place Maine’s Flagship at a Glance Ranked as one of the top national universities by P r i n c e t o n R e v i e w, F o r b e s , U. S . N e w s a n d Wo r l d Repor t, and Fiske Guide • ranked as one of the N a t i o n a l S c i e n c e F o u n d a t i o n ’s t o p 1 0 0 p u b l i c u n i versities for research • annual research expendit u r e s o f m o r e t h a n $ 1 0 0 m i l l i o n • M a i n e ’s o n l y N C A A D i v i s i o n I a t h l e t i c s p r o g r a m w i t h 1 7 m e n ’s a n d w o m e n ’s t e a m s • M a i n e ’s m o s t c o m p r e h e n s i v e academic experience with more than 90 majors and a c a d e m i c p r o g r a m s , 7 5 m a s t e r ’s p r o g r a m s a n d 3 0 d o c t o r a l p r o g r a m s • h o m e t o o n e o f t h e n a t i o n ’s o l d e s t h o n o r s p r o g r a m s • M a i n e ’s o n l y f e d e r a l l y designated land grant and sea grant institution • ever y $1 invested by the state in UMaine is associated with $8 in total statewide economic activity • winner of two NCAA Division I National Champio n s h i p s i n m e n ’s i c e h o c k e y • r a n k e d a s o n e o f 1 6 c o l l e g e s n a t i o n w i d e o n P r i n c e t o n R e v i e w ’s G r e e n Honor Roll • more than 100,000 alumni worldwide

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Blue Sky Project

  University of Maine President Paul Ferguson has officially released a strategic plan that creates a blueprint for the state’s flagship public university to become one of the most distinctive universities in the country for student achievement and community engagement.   The plan, “The Blue Sky Project: Reaffirming Public Higher Education at Maine’s Flagship University,” was accepted by the University of Maine System trustees at their board meeting in Bangor July 9.   “This plan isn’t just about making the University of Maine a bigger, better and more financially sustainable institution,” says Ferguson. “It also is about reconnecting the university to the people of Maine so that we can have a major impact on the future growth and prosperity of our state in the 21st century.”   The plan is centered around investing in UMaine’s existing areas of distinction and launching a number of new initiatives to better align the university’s resources and programs with the needs of the state. It outlines five strategic pathways, summarized as the “Five M’s,” and a series of related initiatives and strategies to transform UMaine in the next five years:   Maine’s Renewal – Ensure that UMaine teaching, research, outreach, workforce and economic development program excellence are in close alignment with Maine’s priority needs. Initiatives include increasing campus/private sector partnerships by 50 percent in the next five years, and aligning technology and educational programs with Maine’s economic infrastructure needs.   Money and Management – Optimize operating efficiencies and control expenditures within a financially sustainable business model, and seek new and entrepreneurial revenue sources. Initiatives include a new enrollment management unit and a plan to potentially increase enrollment to 15,000 (from 11,168 in 2012), increasing the number of out-of-state and international students, and increasing academic partnerships with Maine’s community colleges.

  Morale and Marketing – Invest in faculty and staff professional development, refresh the UMaine brand and improve communication among all constituencies. Initiatives include establishing consistent and high-quality brand standards to better promote UMaine, harnessing the goodwill of alumni for student internships and career networking, and promoting UMaine’s role in athletics as the state’s only NCAA Division I school.   Mentoring and Modeling – Promote undergraduate and graduate opportunities for student success, including value-added residential life, research fellowships, internships, and more effective advising and learning environments. Initiatives include developing new models for learning to better prepare graduates for meaningful jobs and lives, establishing an outcomes-based assessment of all academic programs, and increasing the number of externally funded opportunities for hands-on student research.   Master Plan and Maintenance – Restore and create UMaine’s physical plant and technology infrastructure to ensure a vibrant place of learning and discovery. Initiatives include a Total Cost of Ownership (TOC) approach to managing UMaine’s $1 billion in infrastructure and real estate, fully funding appropriate levels of campus upkeep and beautification, and continuing to implement campus sustainability initiatives.   Ferguson, who came to UMaine in July 2011 and was formally inaugurated as the 19th president this past April, began the “Blue Sky” project shortly after arriving on campus. From November 2011 to April of this year, a 26-member leadership team, made up of faculty, staff, students and alumni, met weekly to develop the plan. More than 30 informational meetings attracted hundreds of participants and more than 250 contributors submitted “blue sky ideas.”   “This has been a comprehensive, inclusive process that has united the entire University community around a renewed sense of pride, purpose and commitment to serving the people of Maine,” Ferguson says. “There is much work to be done, but we see blues skies ahead for this great University and the State of Maine.”


University of Maine

Undergraduate Degrees Offered at the University of Maine Accounting Animal and Veterinary Sciences Anthropology Art Education Art History Athletic Training Biochemistry Biology Botany Business Administration Chemistry Child Development and Family Relations Clinical Laboratory Sciences Communication Communication Sciences and Disorders Computer Science Early Childhood Education Earth Sciences Ecology and Environmental Sciences Economics Elementary Education Engineering – Bioengineering – Chemical – Civil – Computer – Electrical – Engineering Physics

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– Environmental – Mechanical – Pulp and Paper Engineering Technology – Construction Management – Electrical Technology – Mechanical Technology – Surveying English Environmental Horticulture Explorations Finance Financial Economics Food Science and Human Nutrition Forest Operations, Bioproducts and Bioenergy Forestry Franco-American Studies French Health Professions History Interdisciplinary Studies International Affairs – Anthropology – Canadian Studies – History – Modern Languages – Political Science – Women’s Studies

International Business Journalism Kinesiology and Physical Education Management Marine Sciences Marketing Mass Communication Mathematics Microbiology Modern Languages Molecular and Cellular Biology Music Music Education Music Performance New Media Nursing Parks, Recreation and Tourism Philosophy Physics Political Science Pre-Dental Pre-Law Pre-Medical Pre-Optometry Pre-Physical Therapy Pre-Veterinary Psychology Romance Languages

ROTC Army and Navy Secondary Education – English – Foreign Languages – Mathematics – Science – Social Studies Social Work Sociology Spanish Studio Art Sustainable Agriculture Theatre University Studies Wildlife Ecology Zoology 5-year Degree Programs: • Liberal Arts and Engineering or Technology dual Forever” Providence College,Engineering where he established the “Friars degree campaign and Friar Athletic Fund. He began his career at the • B.A./B.S. in Liberal Arts with an University of Miami working in corporate sales/athletic develM.B.A. opment. James has also worked at the University of Nebraska. • B.A./B.S. in Engineering with an He received a M.B.A. bachelor’s degree in marketing in 1992 from Minnesota State-Mankato, earned aArts master’s • B.A./B.S.and in Liberal withdegree an from St. Thomas University Fla.) in 1994. M.A.(Miami, in Teaching James and his•wife, Kelly, reside and in Veazie withEcology their B.S. in Forestry Wildlife

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outstanding support Academic Support Services for Student-Athletes:

Athletic academic counselors are committed to providing the environment and support necessary to empower student-athletes to achieve their full academic potential, culminating in a degree from the University of Maine.

243

(Scholar-Athletes with a GPA of 3.0 or higher in 2011-12)

97

(Graduates in 2011-12)

27

(Capital One Academic All-America Honors -- all time)

48

(Capital One Academic All-District I honors – all time)

2

(Sports that received Public Recognition for their multiyear APR scores, which were in the top 10 percent of their respective sports)

2

(America East Academic Cups 2004 and 2007)

3.04

(Department-wide GPA for all Black Bear teams competing in America East in 2011-12)

Academic Support Offered

>> Individual academic counseling >> Tracking of academic eligibility and progress >> Tutoring program >> Study, time management and organizational skills >> Support for students with learning disabilities >> Sezak Academic Center and study table >> Laptop loan program

What Graduates Are Saying Kelly Newton (field hockey): “Being a student-athlete at the University of Maine has changed my life forever. The friends I have made and the memories I will take away with me are irreplaceable. Throughout the last four years, I have come to learn the true meaning of dedication, and that hard work really does pay off. I am proud to say that the University of Maine has made me a better person.” Brian Landry (men’s swimming): “Being a student-athlete here at UMaine the past four years has given me opportunities and taught me life lessons I could not have gotten anywhere else. Competing at UMaine added another dimension to my college career, prompting me to be more focused and dedicated to everything I did. I will cherish the times spent at practice and competitions. As said last year by teammate Jeremy Bender, “when you are gone you’re always a Black Bear.” Jillian O’Brien (women’s track): “During the last four years as a Black Bear, I have learned and experienced more than I ever thought possible to prepare me to be a strong, successful professional in the future. The University of Maine gave me an opportunity to get a great college education and a place to take my athletic ability to the next level. Once a Black Bear, always a Black Bear.” Andrew Rogers (men’s basketball): “I could not be prouder to declare that I am a Black Bear student-athlete. These last four years of embracing the role of two full-time jobs, being both a student and an athlete, have helped shape me as a young man. Hard work, perseverance, dedication and facing challenges head on are all daily requirements as a student-athlete. As Black Bears, it’s great to know that we will take these same characteristics into the game of life. Go Blue!” Ashley Kelley (softball): “As a member of the athletics family, I have been fortunate to meet many wonderful people while traveling around the country representing my school. Balancing classes, workouts, travel and competing at the highest level have given me the skills and confidence to be successful after graduation. The Athletics Department gives you the guidance necessary to excel on and off the field. You come in from high school as an individual but leave as a part of something really special.”


for student-athletes Athletic Training/ Strength and Conditioning

Life Skills

>> LIFE SKILLS Seminars: Student-athletes work with the life skills coordinator and campus members to design and participate in workshops covering a variety of areas: career development, team building, alcohol and drug education and nutrition. Multicultural Programs: The University and its Athletic Department have a commitment to supporting diversity in the campus community. A liaison relationship involving full-time staff members has developed between the Office of Multicultural Affairs and the Department of Athletics to promote an appreciation of diversity and to serve the athletes of different cultures. Student-Athlete Advisory Committee: Members from each of the intercollegiate sports teams meet with athletic and academic administrators regularly to help promote efficient communication between the Athletics Department and the student-athlete population.

>> TOP-RATE MEDICAL STAFF The Maine sports medicine team includes six certified athletic trainers and one graduate assistant certified athletic trainer, a team physician, an orthopedic physician, a wide variety of medical specialists and student-athletic trainers. Other specialists on the Maine athletic health care team include an optometrist, a chiropractor and a dentist.

The womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s basketball team raised $10,255 for its annual Play4Kay Breast Cancer awareness fundraiser game. Since the $10k goal was met, Coach Barron lived up to his word, having his head shaved.

Community Involvement:

Black Bear student-athletes do not just receive tremendous support. They also return the support to the local community. Events that student-athletes took part in last season included: Martin Luther King Diversity Day, Toys for Tots, Salvation Army Angel Tree, Operation Christmas Child, Play4Kay, volunteering numerous hours at both the Ronald McDonald House and the Old Town YMCA, Cub Tracks Triathlon, Warms Heads Warm Hearts, Skate with the Bears, Black Bear Mentors, Skating Strides and many more activities! Maine athletics donates thousands of dollars worth of tickets to nonprofits each year!

>> MIKE KESSOCK SPORTS MEDICINE CENTER The Mike Kessock Sports Medicine Center, in Memorial Gymnasium, houses some of the newest technology in the field of sports medicine. This facility provides injury prevention, treatment and rehabilitation for student-athletes. >> SPEED, STRENGTH and CONDITIONING Maine Speed, Strength and Conditioning is a performance-based program focused on achieving success in athletic events and maintaining an injury-free environment. Philosophy: 1. Developing a mentally and physically challenging training environment that will allow athletes to maximize their ability; 2. Increase performance in athletic events; 3. Decrease the risk of injury through the teaching of progressive strength and power development exercises; 4. Identify dysfunctional movement patterns and correct the pattern. Fundamentals of an athlete: Lower-body strength; Lower-body power; Core strength; Ability to accelerate and decelerate; Mobility; Balanced upper body (posterior/anterior). >> INTERCOLLEGIATE STRENGTH CENTER IN THE LATTI FITNESS CENTER The Intercollegiate Athletic Strength Center in the Latti Fitness Center serves as the home for all varsity teams. The Intercollegiate Center is entering its sixth year as home of the Black Bears in 2012-13. >> INTERCOLLEGIATE STRENGTH CENTER BY THE NUMBERS 3 5,000 square feet 3 10,000 pounds of weights 3 10 multi purpose power racks 3 Nine Olympic platforms 3 Five various cardiovascular machines 3 Five half racks 3 Five glue/hamstring machines 3 Nine sets of Eleiko/Uesaka olympic bum per sets 3 Four slide boards 3 Electrical timing systems

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black bear Points of Pride Historic Achievements

>> Maine has celebrated two NCAA championships in men’s ice hockey. Maine defeated Lake Superior State, 5-4, to capture the school’s first crown in 1993, and then knocked off New Hampshire, 3-2, to win the school’s second title in 1999.

>> Every year since 1986, at least one Black Bear team or individual has competed in an NCAA Championship event. >> The Black Bear baseball team has made seven appearances in the College World Series in Omaha, Neb. >> The following is a list of conference titles in Maine history: Men’s Ice Hockey Hockey East-1989, 1992, 1993, 2000, 2004 Baseball America East-1990, 1991, 1993, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2011 Men’s Cross Country America East-2004 Softball America East-1994, 2004, 2006 Football Yankee Conference-1949, 1951, 1952, 1961, 1965, 1974, 1982, 1987, 1989 Atlantic 10 - 2001, 2002 Women’s Basketball America East-1987-88, 1988-89, 1989-90, 1990-91, 199394, 1994-95, 1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99, 2002-03, 2003-04, 2004-05 Men’s Outdoor Track America East-1995

Football Advanced to the Final Eight of the FCS Playoffs

Spencer Abbott

Kelly Newton

Jerron McMillian Corey Conner

Athletic Success In 2011-12 • UMaine has won two NCAA Division I National Championships in men’s ice hockey in addition to 18 NCAA appearances and 11 Frozen Four appearances. • Alfond Arena recognized as the college hockey rink with the “Best Atmosphere”by the Wall Street Journal (2011). •Two Hobey Baker Award winners from UMaine (Scott Pellerin and Paul Kariya), recognized as the top NCAA men’s ice hockey player.

• UMaine football has won 11 conference titles and made six NCAA Tournament appearances, including three NCAA Final Eight appearances in the last 10 years. Maine played in the 1965 Tangerine Bowl. • UMaine football has had 43 players in NFL camps. There are currently eight players listed on NFL rosters. UMaine football has produced 35 All-Americans (2012). • Three Black Bears have played in the Super Bowl.

•46 former Black Bears play in the NHL. John Tortorella is head coach of the New York Rangers. Garth Snow is general manager of the New York Islanders.

• UMaine softball has won three conference titles and made UMaine’s first NCAA appearance by a women’s team in 1994.

• UMaine baseball has seven CollegeWorld Series appearances and 16 NCAA regional appearances. Baseball has won seven conference titles, including the 2011 championship.

• Former UMaine men’s basketball player Rick Carlisle led the Dallas Mavericks to a 2011 NBA Championship win, while Jim Boylan is an assistant coach with the Indiana Pacers.

• UMaine baseball has had seven major league players in addition to coaches Brian Butterfield and Carl“Stump”Merrill. • UMaine women’s basketball has won 13 conference titles and made seven NCAA Tournament appearances. Four All-Americans have combined for 14 All-American honors.

• UMaine field hockey received its highest national ranking ever in 2011 when it was ranked 10th in the nation. • Track and field great Viktoria Rybalko competed in the 2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics and recently returned to UMaine as an assistant coach. • UMaine track has garnered three All-America honors in the last two years.


nfl black bears Montell Owens Jacksonville Jaguars 2011 and 2012 Pro Bowl 2007-08 Pro Bowl Ballot 2008 SI.com All-Pro

Phil McGeoghan

Brandon McGowan

Mike Buck

Mike DeVito

Maine-NFL Facts

Total Number of Draft Picks/Rookie Free Agents____________________________________________________ 41 Total Draft Picks_______________________________________________________________________ 13 Total Rookie Free Agent Signings_____________________________________________________________ 26 Highest Draft Pick (Round)__________________________________ Fourth (Jerron McMillian - Green Bay Packers, 2012) Most Draft Picks In A Season_________________________________________________________ Three (1990) Most Draft Picks/RFA Signings In A Season__________________________________________________Five (2011) Seasons With Multiple Draft Picks/Rookie Signings__________________________________________________ 13 First Black Bear Taken By The NFL____________________________ Thurlow Cooper (Cleveland Browns, 16th Round, 1956) Most Recent Black Bear(s) Taken By The NFL______________ Jerron McMillian (Green Bay Packers, Fourth Round NFL Draft, 2012) _________________________________________________________ Trevor Coston (Chicago Bears, RFA, 2012) __________________________________________________________ Derek Session (Buffalo Bills, RFA, 2012) ________________________________________________________ Pushaun Brown (New York Jets, RFA, 2012) __________________________________________________________ Derek Buttles (Buffalo Bills, RFA, 2012)

Most Black Bears Drafted/Signed By A Team

Daren Stone

Anthony Cotrone

Kansas City Chiefs___________________________________________________________________ Four (4) New York Jets_____________________________________________________________________ Four (4) Buffalo Bills_____________________________________________________________________ Three (3)

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success after maine 3 Three Black Bears have appeared in the Super Bowl (L-R: Justin Strzelczyk, Mike Flynn and Lofa Tatupu). 3 Four Black Bears were on the ballot for the 2008 NFL Pro Bowl (following the 2007 season). Steve 3 Maine had seven (7) former Spagnuolo players appear on active NFL roster sat some point during the 2010 season. Jordan Stevens... Stephen Cooper

3 Maine led all FCS schools with seven (7) former players in the NFL during the 2009 season.

and #2 overall draft pick Ndamukong Suh

Successful Careers Away From The NFL

Success in life isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t just defined as getting to the NFL. Several former Black Bear football players have made their mark as successful professionals around the country. The journey all begins with on-campus career fairs for out-going seniors as they get the opportunity to meet with business representatives and interview for potential jobs.

Where Are They Now?

Name____________Position/Title (Company) Hugo Alvarez___________________ Attorney ____________ (Alvarez, Almazan & Barbara, LLP) Mark Coutts_____ Senior Executive (Konica Minolta) Jeff Durr___ Senior VP (Emerald Financial Resources) Aram Garabedian___ President (Bliss Property Mgmt.) Michael Harvey___________ Head Football Coach ____________________ (Dover High School)

Marcus Williams

Doug Heidt_____Managing Director (Goldman Sachs) John Hevesey__________ Assistant Football Coach _______________ (Mississippi State University) John Huard_____________________ President ______________ (Northeast FieldTurf Hue, Inc.) Chris Keating___________________ Senior VP ______________(Riversource Financial Services) Jack Leggett_____________ Head Baseball Coach ____________________ (Clemson University) Al Marquis________________Managing Partner ________________(Construction Risk Partners) Andy Neilson_________ VP, Product Development ___________________ (Seahorse Bioscience) Malik Nichols__ Regional Sales Manager (Medtronics) Nick Penna__________ Regional Sales Mgr. (Pfizer) Scott Shulman__________ Owner (Best Chevrolet) Rod Sparrow__________ President & CEO (Leaklite) Steve Violette_____ President (Plasmine Technology)

3 Current New Orleans Saints Def. Coord. Steve Spagnuolo (above) was an assistant coach at Maine during the 1994 season.

Kevin McMahan


maine all-americans

Matt King

2006 Consensus First-Team All-American

Chad Hayes

Jojo Oliphant

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1947 1954 1965 1966 1974 1980 1981 1981 1985 1985 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1989 1989 1989 1989 1990 1992 1996 1996 1998 1999 1999 2001 2001 2001 2002 2004 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2008 2008 2008 2011 2011

Black Bear All-Americans (37 Honorees Since 1947)

Jack Zollo OL Tom Golden OL John Huard LB John Huard LB Scott Shulman LB Lorenzo Bouier RB Rich LaBonte P Jack Leone K Ray Paquette DL Mark Coutts LB Mike Buck QB Dave Ingalls OL Peter Borjestedt K Sergio Hebra WR Rob Sterling DB Rob Noble OL Scott Hough OL Justin Strzelczyk DL Carl Smith RB Claude Pettaway DB Dan Girard LB Todd Williamson DL Rameek Wright WR Aaron Dashiell FS Aaron Dashiell FS Jojo Oliphant DL Stephen Cooper LB Lennard Byrd RS Chad Hayes TE Stephen Cooper LB Arel Gordon RS Brandon McGowan DB Ben Lazarski OL Matt King DL Jovan Belcher DL Jovan Belcher DL Jared Turcotte FB Ryan Canary OL Jhamal Fluellen TB Jerron McMillian SS Trevor Coston FS 2012 BLACK BEAR FOOTBALL <<


the nationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s best 3 15 honorees since 2001 3 2 All-Americans in 2011

Scott Hough

Lennard Byrd

Ray Paquette

Ben Lazarski

Claude Pettaway

Trevor Coston Aaron Dashiell

All-Americans By Position

Position________________________________________________ Total Offensive Line________________________________________________7 Defensive Line________________________________________________6 Linebacker__________________________________________________5 Defensive Back/Safety___________________________________________6 Running Back/Fullback__________________________________________4 Kicker/Punter________________________________________________3 Wide Receiver/Tight End__________________________________________3 Return Specialist______________________________________________2 Quarterback_________________________________________________1

All-Americans By Decade

Decade________________________________________________ Total 1940s_____________________________________________________1 1950s_____________________________________________________1 1960s_____________________________________________________1 1970s_____________________________________________________1 1980s____________________________________________________ 14 1990s_____________________________________________________6 2000s____________________________________________________ 11 2010s_____________________________________________________2

Jovan Belcher

CAAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s lone consensus first-team All-American in 2008; pair of All-America honors in 2007


all-conference honors

2006 All-Atlantic 10 First-Team Honorees: DL Matt King (left) and DL Mike DeVito (right); 2006 Atlantic 10 Football Conference Student-Athlete of the Year QB Ron Whitcomb (center)

15 Major Awards

Jack Cosgrove

All-Conference QB; Two-time coach of the year

Landis Williams

2009 All-CAA First Team

Ryan Canary

Two-time All-Conference; 2008 CAA Student-Athlete of the Year

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Rich LaBonte 1982 Mike Buck 1987 Mike Buck 1989 DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Stephen Cooper 2001 Stephen Cooper 2002 Jovan Belcher 2008 ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Rich LaBonte Carl Smith Ron Whitcomb

1981 1988 2003

STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Ron Whitcomb 2006 Ryan Canary 2008

Arel Gordon

Named all-conference at three different positions

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Andrew Downey

Three-time all-conference

COACH OF THE YEAR Ron Rogerson Tom Lichtenberg Jack Cosgrove Jack Cosgrove

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YaNKEE, A-10, CAA Note: The Yankee Conference sponsored the sport of football from 1947-96. The Atlantic 10 Football Conference sponsored the sport from 1997-2006. The Colonial Athletic Association took over sponsorship of the sport in 2007. A special thanks is given to Stu Haskell and Dan Maloney for their historical research with this list. >> FIRST-TEAM HONOREES Player_____________________ Year Manauris Arias (DB)_____________ 2006 Jovan Belcher (DL)____________ 2007-08 Gene Benner (WR)____________ 1968-69 Mike Bitterman (TE)_____________ 1989 Ed Bogdanovich (HB)_____________ 1951 Peter Borjestedt (PK)_____________ 1987 Lorenzo Bouier (RB)_____________ 1980 Bob Bragg (FB)________________ 1959 Ivan Brawn (OG)______________ 1965-66 Win Brown (C)_________________ 1951 Mike Buck (QB)____________ 1987, 1989 Jim Butterfield (OG)_____________ 1952 Lennard Byrd (RS)_______________ 2001 Ryan Canary (OL)_______________ 2008 Derek Carter (DB)_______________ 1997 Wayne Champeon (HB)_______ 1958, 1960 Lew Clark (OL)_________________ 1954 Dave Cloutier (HB)______________ 1961 Stephen Cooper (LB)___________ 2001-02 Thurlow Cooper (DL)___________ 1955-56 Trevor Coston (PR)______________ 2012 Mark Coutts (LB)_______________ 1985 David Cusano (DB)______________ 2002 Aaron Dashiell (DB)____________ 1998-99 Dick DeVarney (QB)______________ 1965 Mike DeVito (DL)_______________ 2006 Dennis Dottin-Carter (DL)__________ 2002 Jim Duffy (QB)_________________ 1955 Harry Easton (DE)_______________ 1951 Roger Ellis (OL)______________ 1957-58 Phil Ferrari (DL)________________ 1981 Mike Flynn (OL)________________ 1996 Tom Golden (OL)_____________ 1953-54 Arel Gordon (RS)_______________ 2004 Frank Harney (HB)______________ 1965 Chad Hayes (TE)______________ 2000-01 Sergio Hebra (WR)______________ 1987 Ray Hostetter (HB)______________ 1956 Scott Hough (OL)_______________ 1989 Chris Howley (OL)_______________ 2012 John Huard (LB)______________ 1965-66 Todd Jagoutz (P)_______________ 2000 Dan Jones (OL)________________ 1992 Dick Kinney (DL)_______________ 1961 Rich LaBonte (P)___________ 1982, 1984 Ben Lazarski (OL)_____________ 2004-05 Dick Leadbetter (OL)_____________ 1960 Jack Leggett (DB)_____________ 1974-76 Jack Leone (K)_____________ 1982, 1984 Stan Maddock (DL)______________ 1969 Maurice McDonald______________ 2012 Brandon McGowan (DB)___________ 2004 John McGrath (DB)______________ 1982 Jerron McMillian (DB_____________ 2012 Andy Mellow (DL)_______________ 1973 Mike Mellow (P)________________ 2004 Jeff Mottola (K)________________ 1990 Niles Nelson (DL)_______________ 1958 Rob Noble (OL)______________ 1989-90 Pete Norris (DL)________________ 1966 Jojo Oliphant (DL)_______________ 1999 Louis Ortiz (OL)________________ 1982 Ray Paquette (DL)_______________ 1985 Bill Pasquill (OL)______________ 1965-66 Dave Paul (WR)______________ 1971-72 Nick Penna (LB)________________ 1988 Claude Petteway (DB)__________ 1989-90 Pete Pocius (OL)________________ 1951 Pete Ouellette (WR)___________ 1980-81 Ernie Quackenbush (LB)_________ 1967-68 Peter Richardson (OL)__________ 1967-68

Alan Riley (DL)________________ 1965 Dave Sanzaro (DL)______________ 1982 Patrick Sheehan (OL)_____________ 1998 Scott Shulman (LB)__________ 1974, 1976 Ben Sirmans (RB)_______________ 1992 Matt Slane (DB)________________ 1979 Jack Small (OL)______________ 1954-55 Carl Smith (RB)______________ 1989-90 Ernie Smart (FB)_______________ 1954 Phil Soule (OL)_________________ 1961 Rob Sterling (DB)_______________ 1987 Steve Stinson (OL)______________ 1995 Justin Strzelczyk (DL)_____________ 1989 Gene Sturgeon (QB)_____________ 1951 Ray Sullivan (DL)_______________ 1982 Ryck Suydam (DL)_______________ 1980 Norm Tardiff (DB)_____________ 1965-66 Jared Turcotte (FB)______________ 2008 Richard Unterstein (OL)___________ 1974 Hal Violette (OL)______________ 1958-59 Jermaine Walker (LB)_____________ 2005 Manch Wheeler (QB)_____________ 1961 Landis Williams (WR)____________ 2009 Marcus Williams (RB)___________ 2003-04 Jamal Williamson (DB)____________ 1990 >> SECOND-TEAM HONOREES Dick Bergeron (OL)______________ 1972 Armond Blouin (DL)_____________ 1975 Dave Bochtler (DL)______________ 1986 Ed Bogdanovich (HB)_____________ 1953 Peter Borjestedt (K)______________ 1985 Lorenzo Bouier (RB)_____________ 1982 Barry Buckley (OG)______________ 1982 Jack Butterfield (HB)_____________ 1951 Derek Buttles (TE)_______________ 2010 Tim Cahill (OL)_________________ 1985 Ryan Canary (OL)_______________ 2007 Derek Carter (DB)_____________ 1995-96 Ed Cianchette (OL)______________ 1952 John Colasacco (OL)______________ 1986 Michael Cole (DL)_______________ 2012 Jack Cosgrove (QB)____________ 1974-75 Trevor Coston (DB)______________ 2012 Mark Coutts (LB)_______________ 1984 Brendan Curry (DL)______________ 2002 Gerry deGrandpre (HB)____________ 1957 Mark DeGregorio (RB)____________ 1974 Mike DeVito (DL)_______________ 2005 Rudy DiPietro (RB)______________ 1976 Ron Doody (DT)________________ 1985 Doug Dorsey (RB)_____________ 1985-86 Dennis Dottin-Carter (DL)__________ 2003 Andrew Downey (LB)___________ 2007-08 Jim Duffy (QB)_________________ 1954 Tyler Eastman (OL)______________ 2009 Charles Eberbach (OL)____________ 1958 Royston English (RB)_____________ 2001 Phil Ferrari (DE)________________ 1980 Ross Fichthorn (LB)______________ 1993 Dante Fusco (TE)_______________ 2003 Vinson Givans (LB)______________ 2012 Jarrod Gomes (DB)______________ 2005 Arel Gordon (RB)_______________ 2006 Matt Hammond (OL)_____________ 2002 Sergio Hebra (WR)____________ 1985-86 John Hodgkins (OT)______________ 1983 Dave Ingalls (OL)_______________ 1987 Bob Jameson (RB)______________ 1996 Chris Keating (LB)_______________ 1978 Steve Keating (OL)______________ 1982 Jamie Keefe (LB)_______________ 1985 Andy Landers (OL)______________ 1980 Mike Leconte (OL)_______________ 2003 Mark Lewis (DL)________________ 1988 Dan Maloney (G)_______________ 1984 Bob McConnell (OL)______________ 1972 Brandon McGowan (DB)___________ 2003 John McGrath (DB)______________ 1983 Andy Mellow (DE)_______________ 1972 Jerron McMillian (DB)____________ 2010 Jemal Murph (LB)_______________ 1993

Scott Nason (DL)_____________ 1987-88 Niles Nelson (DL)_______________ 1957 Jack O’Rourke (S)_______________ 1973 Jojo Oliphant (DL)_____________ 1998-99 Andre Pam (RB)________________ 1995 Ken Parady (QB)________________ 1956 Chris Paul (DE)_________________ 1976 Nick Penna (LB)________________ 1987 Justin Perillo (TE)_______________ 2012 Alan Peterson (OL)______________ 1982 Paul Phelan (TB)_______________ 1983 Josh Radulski (TE)_______________ 2004 Jim Reid (S)__________________ 1972 Peter Richardson (OL) ____________ 2002 Tom Rogers (OL)________________ 1990 Steve Root (LB)________________ 1986 Fred Royer (LB)________________ 1975 Pat Sheehan (OL)_______________ 1997 Scott Shulman (LB)______________ 1975 Matt Slane (S)_________________ 1980 Michael Smith (LB)______________ 1989 Rob Sterling (DB)_______________ 1986 Warren Smith (QB)______________ 2012 Josh Spearin(OL)_______________ 2012 Steve Stinson (OL)______________ 1994 Daren Stone (DB)_______________ 2006 Bill Tarazewich (OL)______________ 1957 John Theriault (FB)______________ 1957 Gordie Thorburn (OL)___________ 1951-52 Jermaine Walker (LB)_____________ 2004 John Wardwell (S)______________ 1975 Jack Welch (HB)________________ 1958 Bobby Wilder (QB)______________ 1984 Marcus Williams (RB)_____________ 2002 Jamal Williamson (DB)____________ 1989 Todd Williamson (DL)_____________ 1996 Dwayne Wilmot (WR)____________ 2000 Ken Woodsum (DE)______________ 1953 Rameek Wright (WR)___________ 1996-97 >> THIRD-TEAM HONOREES Christopher Arnao (OL)____________ 2008 Steven Barker (DB, KR)________ 2009, 2010 Chris Binder (P/K)_______________ 1996 Darrick Brown (RS)____________ 1997-99 Pushaun Brown (RB)_____________ 2012 Raibonne Charles (DL)____________ 2012 Brendan Curry (DL)______________ 2001 David Cusano (DB)______________ 2001 Donte Dennis (LB)__________ 2009, 2010 Shawn Demaray (OL)_____________ 2007 Bruno Dorismond (DL)__________ 2006-07 Andrew Downey (LB)_____________ 2006 Jake Eaton (QB)________________ 2002 Mickey Fein (QB)_______________ 1997 Jhamal Fluellen (TB)___________ 2007-08 Mike Flynn (OL)________________ 1995 Stefan Gomes (WR)______________ 2001 Arel Gordon (WR)_______________ 2005 Chris Howley (OL)_______________ 2010 Todd Jagoutz (K)_______________ 2000 Kendall James (DB)______________ 2012 Dan Joslyn (DL)________________ 2003 Fred Lazo (LB)_________________ 2003 Mike LeConte (OL)______________ 2004 Eric Lewis (DB)_________________ 1999 Phil McGeoghan (WR)____________ 2000 Kevin McMahan (WR)____________ 2005 Zack Magliaro (OL)______________ 2001 Greg Mikell (DB)________________ 1994 Brent Naccara (LB)____________ 1998-99 Lionel Nixon Jr. (DB)_____________ 2008 Drew O’Connor (WR)___________ 1998-99 Lateef O’Connor (LB)_____________ 1997 Patrick Pa’u (DL)________________ 2003 Christian Pereira (WR)__________ 2003-04 Derek Session (WR)______________ 2010 Ako Stafford (LB)_______________ 1994 Jordan Stevens (DE)_____________ 2009 Daren Stone (DB)_______________ 2005 John Wormuth (LB)______________ 2006

Bruno Dorismond

Two-time all-conference

Brandon McGowan Two-time all-conference

Mike Mellow 2004 First-Team


facing fbs schools

Nebraska (2005) >> HAWAI’I 44, MAINE 3 (1990) Jeff Mottola kicked a 35-yard field goal and Carl Smith rushed for 52 yards in Maine’s inaugural game against an FBS foe. Hawai’i was a member of the Western Athletic Conference (WAC). >> RUTGERS 40, MAINE 17 (1991) Carl Smith rushed for a game-high 153 yards, including an 89-yard touchdown run versus the Scarlet Knights. The 89-yard dash currently stands as the longest run from scrimmage in school history. Rutgers was a member of the Big East. >> MAINE 9, MISSISSIPPI STATE 7 (2004) Kevin McMahan caught a 17-yard touchdown pass from Ron Whitcomb with 2:55 remaining to give Maine a 9-7 lead and the school’s first win over an FBS foe. The Bulldogs were a member of the Southeastern Conference (SEC).

Hawai’i (1990)

>> NEBRASKA 25, MAINE 7 (2005) A 52-yard touchdown catch by Kevin McMahan brought Maine to within 15-7 with 9:00 remaining and almost pulling off one of the biggest upsets in college football history. Nebraska, a member of the Big 12, went on to defeat Michigan in the Alamo Bowl following the regular season. >> BOSTON COLLEGE 22, MAINE 0 (2006) Maine’s special teams were responsible for recovering a fumble on a punt return (Matt King) and blocking a field goal (Mike DeVito). UM held BC under its average for passing yards per game. Boston College, a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC), went on on to defeat Navy in the Meineke Car Care Bowl following the regular season.

Rutgers (1991)

>> CONNECTICUT 38, MAINE 0 (2007) Maine trailed just 10-0 with under 2:00 to go in the first half before UConn scored four-straight touchdowns to pull away for the win. Andrew Downey had 13 tackles in the contest to lead the Black Bear defense. UConn, a member of the Big East, competed in the Meineke Car Care Bowl following the regular season. >> IOWA 46, MAINE 3 (2008) Maine opened the season by battling Big Ten-foe Iowa at Kinnick Stadium. Jhamal Fluellen rushed for 104 yards for Maine, while Brian Harvey booted a 40-yard field goal to account for the Black Bears points. Iowa defeated South Carolina in the Outback Bowl on New Year’s Day following the regular season. >> SYRACUSE 41, MAINE 24 (2009) Maine took a 17-10 lead into halftime courtesy of a Jordan Waxman 35-yard field goal and two touchdown receptions, inlcuding a 56-yard bomb, by Landis Williams from Warren Smith. Syracuse would eventually take the lead late in the third quarter, and the Black Bears would not score again until late. >> SYRACUSE 38, MAINE 14 (2010) The Black Bears took leads of 7-0 and 14-7, but would go down 17-14 at halftime and could not score again. Warren Smith would pass for 127 yards and a score and would rush for the other.

Boston College (2006) 24

>> PITTSBURGH 35, MAINE 29 (2011) Maine falls behind 35-15 with 8:39 left in the fourth, but storms back with two touchdowns in the final 3:12 and tries an onside kick but can not recover it. Derek Buttles has seven catches for 148 yards and a score.

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taking on a challenge Mississippi State (2004)

The Maine Black Bear football program has never backed down from a challenge. That’s why Maine has faced some of the nation’s top Division I Football Bowl Subdvision opponents over the past five years. In fact, each of the last four FBS opponents Maine has faced have gone on to compete in a bowl game following the regular season. Three of those four have won their respective bowl games, including Nebraska over Michigan in the 2005 Alamo Bowl, Boston College over Navy in the 2006 Meineke Car Care Bowl, and Iowa over South Carolina in the 2009 Outback Bowl played on New Year’s Day. One of the greatest moments in Maine football history happened against an FBS opponent. On Sept. 18, 2004, the Black Bears ventured to Starkville, Miss., to face SEC-foe Mississippi State. Ron Whitcomb hooked up with Kevin McMahan on a 15-yard touchdown pass with under two minutes to play to lift Maine to a thrilling 9-7 win over the Bulldogs. A sold-out crowd of 77,469 fans (the largest crowd to watch a Maine football team) witnessed the Black Bears nearly pull off an upset over Nebraska in Lincoln in the 2005 opener. Maine gave NU all it could handle and trailed by a just a touchdown and two-point conversion late in the contest.

Maine to Face Boston College in 2012

Iowa (2008)


harold alfond stadium Alfond Stadium Quick Facts

Season____________________________________ 14th Total Capacity_______________________________10,000 Overall Record___________________________ 43-26 (.623) First Game____________________ 9/12/98 vs. New Hampshire First Win________________ 9/12/98 vs. New Hampshire, 52-28 First Winning Season________________________ 1998 (4-2) Last Winning Season________________________ 2009 (3-2) Consecutive Winning Seasons______________________ 4 (2x) ________________________________2000-03; 2005-08 Consecutive Non-Losing Seasons_________________6 (1998-03) Longest Winning Streak______________ 11 (10/28/00 - 11/9/02) Largest Single Season Attendance______________ 34,753 (1998) Largest Average Single Season Attendance__________ 6,746 (2004) Largest Single Game Attendance_______ 10,048 (vs. No. Colo., 2004) Top Three Largest Crowds____________________________ 1.__________________10,048 (9/11/04 vs. Northern Colorado) 2.________________________ 9,345 (8/30/03 vs. Montana) 3.____________________ 9,244 (9/12/98 vs. New Hampshire)

With state-of-the-art FieldTurf installed prior to the start of the 2008 season, Alfond Stadium truly is one of the nicest facilities in the CAA and throughout the Northeast

For 13 seasons, Morse Field at Alfond Sports Stadium has served as one of the finest football facilities in the Northeast. The facility has been made possible by the generous donation of Harold Alfond, and Phillip and Susan (Keene) Morse. The facility opened in grand fashion on Sept. 12, 1998, as a crowd of 9,244 fans witnessed the Black Bears down border-rival New Hampshire by a score of 52-28. The grandstand, which increases the capacity of the stadium to 10,000, was made possible by a $3.1 million donation from Mr. Alfond. The Morse family donated $2.15 million for the playing surface, lights and scoreboard. The University Development Office led a fundraising effort with key volunteer leaders to raise additional private monies for the project. The Morse family, again, aided in the enhancements to the facility as they donated money for a new state-of-the-art FieldTurf playing surface, which debuted during the 2008 season. The facility, constructed and designed mostly by in-state companies, was paid for entirely by private donations totalling $6.1 million. Funds were also raised through brick purchases. The bricks, with people’s names or other messages, are displayed in the Southeast area of the stadium. “The University of Maine football program can’t thank the Alfond and Morse families enough for all they’ve done to help the program succeed,” head coach Jack Cosgrove said. “John Huard also deserves a big thanks for his time and efforts to help make this facility possible as well.” The grandstand provides seating for approximately 6,000 people. While most of the seating is bench style, there are also a number of molded chairback seats available to preferred donors and season-ticket holders. The molded chairs are mostly blue with some white seats forming a large letter “M”. The aisles throughout the stadium are considerably wider than the previous structure, allowing for increased traffic flow. All of the seats provide a clear unobstructed view of the field.

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Under the grandstand are concrete structures that serve as men’s and women’s restrooms, concession stands and a ticket office for game day sales. The elevator is also located under the grandstand, which provides access to handicap seating, luxury boxes and the pressbox. The pressbox at the top of the grandstand is very spacious. The top level is devoted to the media, including TV, radio, and print reporters. Media members from across the state come regularly to cover the Black Bears on home Saturdays. The lower level has eight luxury boxes, and a University Administration box. Each box is similar to the boxes in Alfond Arena, featuring theatre-style seating and cable TV access. The boxes also have sliding glass doors to allow air circulation and “pad sound.” The Daktronics scoreboard was donated by the Morse family. It stands 32-feet, five inches wide and 18-feet, five-inches tall. The monochrome full matrix board can provide information for football and track meets, and can also provide simple animation. The board also features two trivision advertising panels on the bottom. The back of the scoreboard -- the portion facing campus -- features a 20-foot, four-inch by three-feet, nine-inch message center which promotes upcoming campus and athletic events. In 2004, an average of 6,746 fans -- an Alfond Stadium record -- watched the Black Bears play in five home games. A crowd of 10,048 spectators were on hand to see Maine make its home debut against Northern Colorado on Sept. 11, 2004. The 2006 season was a special one for the stadium as the facility topped a quarter of a million fans (250,000) in attendance since it opened in 1998. The 2007 campaign was also a special year as it marked the 10th anniversary since construction of the stadium was completed and varsity athletic events were held on it. Maine would see its 400,000th patron come into the stadium during the 2011 season.

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morse field Yearly Attendance

Year______________ Total (Avg.) 1998____________ 34,753 (5,792) 1999____________ 33,416 (5,569) 2000____________ 33,347 (4,763) 2001____________ 24,999 (5,000) 2002____________ 27,969 (5,594) 2003____________ 33,406 (6,701) 2004____________ 33,729 (6,746) 2005____________ 27,072 (5,414) 2006____________ 26,039 (5,208) 2007____________ 27,443 (5,489) 2008____________ 28,160 (4,693) 2009____________ 23,154 (4,631) 2010____________ 29,901 (5.980) 2011____________ 29,015 (5,803) Total__________ 412,403 (5,527)

Harold Alfond with son Ted

Alfond Stadium debut on Sept. 12, 1998

Phil & Susan Morse

#32 John Huard (Alfond Stadium Ring of Honor)

On Aug. 30, 2003, the University of Maine inducted John Huard as its first member of the “Ring of Honor” at Alfond Stadium. Huard (Class of ‘67) was an All-American and two-time All-Yankee Conference linebacker who went on to play four seasons in the NFL. He helped guide Maine to the Lambert Cup, Yankee Conference title and a berth in the Tangerine Bowl during the 1965 season. He was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the 1967 NFL Draft, and played four-plus seasons in the NFL, including spending some time with the New Orleans Saints before suffering a severe knee injury and achilles tear. He recovered and spent three seasons in the CFL with the Montreal Alouettes and Toronto Argonauts. He returned to Maine and served as an assistant coach of the Black Bears during the 1974-75 seasons. As a head coach, he led Acadia University (Canada) to the 1979 and 1981 national titles in that country. Huard’s coaching career continued with stints in the USFL, before he returned to Maine in 1987 to coach Maine Maritime Academy. He led the Mariners to the ECAC Division III Northeast championship in 1993. He is currently the president of Northeast Turf, Hue Inc. The “Ring of Honor” is a public tribute to Maine’s gridiron greats, and is located above the east stands inside Alfond Stadium.

Head Coach Harold Westerman (Alfond Stadium Ring of Honor)

Black Bear football coaching legend Harold Westerman was inducted into the Black Bear football “Ring of Honor” at Alfond Stadium on Sept. 22, 2007. Westerman devoted 33 years to Maine athletics as an assistant coach (1949-50), head coach (1951-66) and athletic director (1967-82). He previously held the school record for most wins as a head coach with 80. He ranks ninth all-time in conference history (Yankee/Atlantic 10/CAA) for conference wins with 41. “Westy” helped head coach Dave Nelson create the Wing-T offense in Orono in 1949. He began his head coaching tenure at Maine in 1951, and produced conference titles in both 1951 and 1952. Westerman was at the head of the program’s finest season in 1965, as the Black Bears went 8-2, won the Yankee Conference championship, claimed the Lambert Trophy, and earned a berth in the Tangerine Bowl in Orlando, Fla. The Black Bears became the first school in conference history to claim the NCAA I-AA Lambert Cup Championship. That season saw six players named to the All-Yankee Conference First-Team, while linebacker John Huard was named a consensus All-American. The football program’s most valuable player award is also named in Westerman’s honor.

#86 Thurlow Cooper (Alfond Stadium Ring of Honor) Former two-time All-Conference player Thurlow Cooper was inducted into the Maine football “Ring of Honor’ at Alfond Stadium on Oct. 15, 2011. Cooper, class of 1957, who played from 1954-56, was a two-time All-Yankee Conference end. He amassed 29 catches for 518 yards and eight scores while leading the team to a 15-5-1 record while he was on the team and captained the squad his senior season. Following his Black Bear career, Cooper was drafted in the 16th round of the 1956 NFL Draft by the Cleveland Browns. Cooper would go on to play for the New York Titans of the American Football League, playing in 41 career games and making 36 catches for 491 yards and eight touchdowns. He was inducted into the University of Maine Sports Hall of Fame in 1988. He was inducted posthumously into the “Ring of Honor” as he passed away in 2008 but members of his family were on hand for the induction.

#89 Chris Keating (Alfond Stadium Ring of Honor) Chris Keating was inducted into the Maine football “Ring of Honor” on Oct. 15, 2011. Keating, class of 1979, led the team in tackles for three-straight seasons. In 1976, he notched 197 tackles and four interceptions while earning All-New England honors. He followed that up with 138 tackles in 1977 and in 1978 was named an All-East linebacker before signing with the Buffalo Bills. Keating would go on to play six seasons and 74 games with the Bills and 10 games with the Washington Redskins, amassing a pair of sacks and three interceptions. Following his playing days, Keating would have a successful career in finance where he was Senior Vice President of Riversource Financial Services and is now Managing Director of Global Sales and Distribution for Cutwater Asset Management. Keating’s son, Conor, followed in his footsteps, and played fullback for the Black Bears from 2007-10. Chris Keating was also inducted into the UMaine Sports Hall of Fame in 1991.

The Mahaney Dome

Black Bear student-athletes who play football, soccer, baseball or softball have an indoor practice facility complete with a state-of-the-art FieldTurf surface. The air-supported Mahaney Dome provides a useful venue for various other University of Maine activities. The late Larry Mahaney, the Maine graduate for whom the Black Bears baseball facility is named after, provided approximately $1 million required to construct the dome. Mahaney joined University of Maine President Robert Kennedy and Athletic Director Blake James, along with other University officials, for a ceremonial groundbreaking on Sept. 14, 2005, at the construction site. The structure is 200’ x 200’, and stands 55-feet high in the center. It is usable year-round, in all weather conditions. Mr. Mahaney passed away in February 2006. However, a ceremony titled “Celebrating the Life of Larry Mahaney” was held in May 2006. The event, which featured special guest Dick Enberg, honored Mr. Mahaney by naming the structure in his honor.


national awards

Four Black Bears have been finalists in national player-of-the-year voting

Stephen Cooper (Buck Buchanan Award)

Marcus Williams was a finalist for the Walter Payton Award in 2003, finishing 15th. The award is presented annually to the nation’s most outstanding offensive player at the Division I Football Championship Subdivision level. Williams rushed for 1,284 yards and averaged 5.2 yards per carry that season.

Matt King (Buck Buchanan Award)

Jovan Belcher was a finalist for the Buck Buchanan Award in 2008, finishing second overall in the voting. It was the highest finish ever for a Black Bear in a national player-of-the-year vote. Belcher was named the 2008 CAA Defensive Player of the Year after leading the league in tackles for loss following the regular season. 28

Stephen Cooper was named a finalist for the Buck Buchanan Award in both 2001 and 2002. The award is presented annually to the nation’s most outstanding defensive player at the Division I Football Championship Subdivision level. Cooper’s best finish in the voting was a fifth-place honor in 2002.

Marcus Williams (Walter Payton Award)

Matt King was a finalist for the Buck Buchanan Award in 2006, finishing sixth overall in the voting. King led the Atlantic 10 in sacks and tackles for loss, while also ranking third in the nation in quarterback drops behind the line of scrimmage. King totaled 112 points and four first-place votes in the voting.

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caa success since 2001

CAA Football is one of the, if not the, toughest Division I FCS conferences in America. The league has produced four national champions since 2000 and three additional berths in the national title game during that time. Competing in a league as stellar as the CAA is an exciting challenge. For Maine, the Black Bears have met that challenge since 2000 and have produced outstanding results, a winning record, two conference titles and four NCAA playoff appearances.

Record

Team Rank Delaware 1. New Hampshire 2. 3. V illanova James Madison 4. 5. UMa ss Maine 6. William & Mary 7. Richmond 8. Towson 9. Rhode Island 10.

Winning % Losses Wins 97 53 65% 62% 56 91 88 57 61% 61% 57 88 87 55 61% 78 62 56% 56% 61 78 80 66 55% 33 57 37% 33% 90 45

NCA A Playoff Appearances Team Total # Rank 8 1. New Hampshire Richmond, Delaware, James Madison 5 T2. T5. Maine, Villanova, William & Mary 4 3 8. UMa ss Towson, Old Dominion 1 T9. 0 10. Rhod e Island


this is caa football CAA Football is home to one of the finest FCS conferences nationally CAA Football By The Numbers

5______________________ National Championships (UMass 1998; Delaware 2003; JMU 2004; Richmond 2008; Villanova 2009) 4_______________ National Championship Runners-up (UMass 1978 & 2006; Delaware 2007; Delaware 2010) 21____ Consecutive seasons of multiple NCAA playoff berths (Longest active streak in the FCS) 80________________________NCAA playoff berths 37__________ NCAA playoff berths over the last 10 years 52____________NCAA playoff wins over the last 10 years 40_______________________ Lambert Cup trophies 6___________________ Walter Payton Award winners_ (Dave Meggett, Towson 1988; Brian Finneran, Villanova 1997; Jerry Azumah, UNH 1998; Brian Westbrook, Villanova 2001; Lang Campbell, W&M 2004; Ricky Santos, UNH 2006) 6_____ Eddie Robinson National Coach-of-the-Year winners (Dan Allen, Boston U. 1993; Andy Talley, Villanova 1997; Mickey Matthews, JMU 1999; Sean McDonnell, UNH 2005; Mickey Matthews, JMU 2008; Rob Ambrose, Towson 2011) 6___________ AFCA National Coach-of-the-Year winners (Andy Talley, Villanova 1997; Mark Whipple, UMass 1998; Mickey Matthews, JMU 2004; Mike London, Richmond 2008; Andy Talley, Villanova, 2009; K.C. Keeler, Delaware, 2010) 5_________ Members of the College Football Hall of Fame (Tubby Raymond, Delaware; Eddie N. Robinson, Maine; Dick MacPherson, UMass; Dave Nelson, Maine & Delaware; Lou Holtz, William & Mary) 3__________________ Buck Buchanan Award winners (Derrick Lloyd, JMU 2001; Arthur Moats, JMU, 2009; Matt Evans, New Hampshire 2011) 96_________________Season-ending top-25 rankings 52_________________Season-ending top-10 rankings 316_________ Sports Network All-Americans (since 1987)

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march to the final eight: A 2011 review Sept. 3 - The Black Bears opened up a 28-0 lead through three quarters and overwhelmed Bryant 28-13 in the mutual season-opener. rushed for 128 yards and two scores while Trevor Coston returns a punt 74 yards for a score and has two interceptions. Sept. 10 - Despite falling behind 35-15 in the fourth quarter to FBS-foe Pittsburgh, the Black Bears clawed back to make it 35-29 before the Panthers were able to recover an onside kick.The game proved significant as it proved Maine refused to laygive up no matter the circumstances. Michael Cole has 2.5 sacks. Sept. 17 - After falling in a pair of close contests in 2009 and â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;10 to Albany, the Black Bears were not to be denied this time. Maine opens up 24-0 lead en route to 31-15 win. Warren Smith goes for 249 all puspose yards and two scores.

Oct. 1 - A showdown with 2010 NCAA Finalist and fifth-ranked Delaware proved to be a big test for the Black Bears, and they would prove to be a much different team than the 2010 squad. Maine scores 17 points in the final quarter to win 31-17. Pushaun Brown has incredible game with 193 rush yards and three scores.


Oct. 8 - In one of the most memorable games in CAA history, Chris Treister’s ‘Helicopter’ twopoint conversion gives Maine a 25-24 overtime win over #6 James Madison. The play would become a finalist for Geico College Football Play of the Year. A clutch, 34-yard field goal with 44 seconds left by Brian Harvey pushed the game into overtime to set up Treister’s dramatic play. Oct. 15 - On Homecoming, a longtime rivalRhode Island - gave the Black Bears all they could handle, but the 20-point lead Maine had going into the fourth proved too much for the Rams to overcome. Maurice McDonald has 139 yards receiving and a score and Vinson Givans returned an interception for a score to lead the charge for Maine. Oct. 22 - Despite being down 16-0 going into the fourth quarter, Maine scored a touchdown only to have the Spiders answer with a score of their own. However, Maine blocked the PAT and Jerron McMillian returned it for two points that would spur Maine onto the 23-22 win on the Spiders’ Homecoming Game. Trevor Coston has 11 tackles, a forced fumble and recovery and broke up a pair of passes. Oct. 29 - In blizzard-like conditions in Villanova, Maine breaks the game open with two scores in the third to take a 28-6 lead en route to the 41-25 win. Arthur Williams makes a key 80-yard touchdown reception and Maurice McDonald has 96 yards receiving with a score as Warren Smith goes 17-22 for 251 yards.

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Nov. 5 - In a showdown that would eventually decide the CAA Champion, the Black Bears fell to National Freshman of the Year Terrance West and a talented Towson Tiger squad. Damarr Aultmann had 117 yards receiving and a score while David Hood had 85 yards rushing and a touchdown to lead Maine. Nov. 12 - Needing a win to secure a playoff berth, Maine scored 22 unanswered points in the second half after UMass took a 21-10 lead early in the third. Troy Russell returned a fumble 60 yards for a score and forced a fumble in the endzone that Michael Cole recovered to clicnh the win. Arron Achey also had a key interception in the game. Nov. 19 - Rivalry games are always competitive, and the battle for the Brice-Cowell Musket is always fierce. The Wildcats got the better of the Black Bears on this day, reclaiming the Musket 30-27. Troy Russell had an intercetion and a fumble recovery to lead Maine. Dec. 3 - Playing before a hostile crowd and a legendary program, Maine was going to have to play a near-perfect game to defeat powerhouse Appalachian State. The Black Bear defense gave up only 12 points and Damarr Aulltman had 117 yards receiving and two scores as Maine won its NCAA Second Round game 34-12.


Dec. 10 - The Black Bearsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; memorable season came to an end as Maine fell at Georgia Southern in the NCAA Quarterfinals. Roosevelt Boone returned a kickoff 91 yards for a score to keep Maine in it before falling 35-23.

2011 Postseason Notes

Maine Players Garnered 13 All-CAA Honors: Trevor Coston (1st Team PR and 2nd Team DB) Jerron McMillian (1st Team DB) Chris Howley (1st Team OL) Maurice McDonald (1st Team WR) Warren Smith (2nd Team QB) Josh Spearin (2nd Team OL) Justin Perillo (2nd Team TE) Michael Cole (2nd Team DL) Vinson Givans (2nd Team LB) Pushaun Brown (3rd Team RB) Raibonne Charles (3rd Team DL) Kendall James (3rd Team DB) 34

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2011 Postseason Notes Continued... Two Phil Steele All-Americans: Jerron McMillian and Trevor Coston

Five NFL Invitations: Jerron McMillian, Trevor Coston, Derek Session, Pushaun Brown and Derek Buttles

Highest Draft Pick in Maine History: Jerron McMillian - Fourth Round to the Green Bay Packers


Jack Cosgrove “Coach Cos is a dedicated coach ... cares about each one of his players and is ways looking out for their best interests. All his players appreciate that, and that’s why gets the most out of them.”

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--All-Pro Montell Owens, Jacksonville Jaguars

Cosgrove Quick Facts

>> 20th Season Overall ... 106-112 (.486) >> 2011 New England Football Writers FCS Coach of the Year >>2001 American Football Monthly I-AA National Coach of the Year >> 1996 Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year >> 2001 Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year >> 2001 & 2008 Eddie Robinson National Coach-of-theYear finalist >> Has coached 17 All-Americans >> Sixteen (16) straight seasons with at least one Black Bear being named to an all-conference firstteam or second-team 36

Jack Cosgrove is Maine Black Bear Football. Whether as a player, assistant coach, or entering his 20th season as head coach of the program, Cosgrove has devoted his life to the overall success and well-being of the program. His pride in the University and the program is evident by the success achieved on and off the field. He has coached in more games than any other head coach in program history (218), has taken part in over 300 games in program history as either a player or coach (assistant and head), and is the leader in program history for career wins with 106. During the last 10 seasons, few coaches in the Colonial Athletic Association can lay claim to the success that Cosgrove has achieved. He has guided Maine to a 71-53 mark, finishing first or second in the conference or division six times, including two Atlantic 10 championships (2001-02), four NCAA FCS playoff appearances (2001, 2002, 2008 & 2011) and leading the Black Bears to their first win over an FBS opponent in 2004 when they knocked off Mississippi State, 9-7. The 2011 season proved to be one of the best in program history. The Black Bears, picked ninth in the CAA preseason poll, finished the

honors, including tight end Derek Buttles, who was also named to the New England Football Writers All-Star Team. In the Spring of 2011, linebacker Mark Masterson signed a free agent deal in the NFL with the Miami Dolphins, while wide receiver/ defensive end Jeremy Kelley signed with the CFL’s Hamilton Tiger Cats. In 2009, Cosgrove led the Black Bears to the brink of the CAA North Division title, despite having one of the youngest teams in the league. For the third time in four seasons, Maine was playing for the North Division title in the last game of the regular season thanks in part to a win over No. 19 Massachusetts, as well as a tough win at Hofstra. The Black Bears had five players named to All-CAA teams, including Landis Williams who was named to the First Team, while also having five players named to the CAA All-Academic Team. In addition, four out of the eight graduating seniors from the team (Williams, Tyler Eastman, Brandon McLaughlin and Jordan Stevens) would go on to participate in NFL Rookie MiniCamps, with Eastman and Williams signing free agent contracts with the Kansas City Chiefs and Denver Broncos, respectively. The 2008 season will go down as one of the

year as CAA Runners-up after going 6-2 in conference play. The team received an NCAA Playoff berth and a First Round bye. In the Second Round, Maine traveled to a very talented Appalachian State squad and won the contest in impressive fashion, 34-12. The team saw a program-record five players earn NFL invitations, including the highest draft pick in Maine Football history (Jerron McMillian - Fourth Round). Maine earned a pair of All-American honors in Trevor Coston and McMillian as well as 13 All-CAA honors. Maine finished as the top-ranked CAA team with a National ranking of #8 for the 2011 campaign as well as finishing as runner-up for the Lambert Trophy. The 2010 season saw a youthful Black Bears squad take back the Brice-Cowell Musket from No. 14 New Hampshire in dramatic overtime fashion. Maine was competitive in all its games, losing three games by four points or less. The Black Bears had six players earn All-CAA

finest seasons in program history. Cosgrove led the Black Bears to an 8-5 record, a berth in the NCAA FCS playoffs and a six-game winning streak during the year that put Maine into position to make the postseason. The winning streak marked just the 15th time in the program’s 117 seasons that Maine put together a winning streak of six games or more. The winning streak featured a pair of road wins over ranked teams. Maine began the winning streak on Oct. 11, with a convincing 27-10 win at No. 20 Delaware. A few weeks later, the Black Bears picked off No. 13 Massachusetts, 21-20, in Amherst. Overall, Maine finished second in the CAA North Division after the league’s preseason poll tabbed them fourth. Several individuals were honored for their play during the season, including Jovan Belcher, who was named the 2008 CAA Football Defensive Player of the Year, and was the league’s lone consensus first-team All-American. He finished second in the voting for the Buck Buchanan Award, marking the highest

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Head Coach The Cosgrove File >> BIRTHDATE Oct. 30, 1955 >> FAMILY Wife, Marilyn; Daughter, Jeri (19); Twins, Matthew and Carly (16); and Daughter, Sydni (14 ). >> Hometown Sharon, Mass. >> College Maine, 1978 (B.A. Physical Education); Maine, 1981 (M.A., Educational Administration)

finish ever for a Black Bear in a national player-of-the-year vote. Belcher became the fourth player under Cosgrove (all since 2001) to finish as a finalist for a national player-of-the-year award. In addition to Belcher, Jared Turcotte, Jhamal Fluellen and Ryan Canary also garnered All-America honors during the season. That brought a total of 15 All-Americans Cosgrove has mentored during his tenure as head coach in Orono. Canary was the second Black Bear to garner a major CAA award during 2008, as he was named the league’s Student-Athlete of the Year for combining success not just on the field, but in the classroom. A standout student, Canary was also a semifinalist for the Draddy Trophy, and won the M Club Dean Smith Award for being the top male student-athlete at Maine. In addition to Canary, six other Black Bears were named to the CAA Football All-Academic Team, showing a team-wide goal of being successful in the classroom. In April of 2009, Belcher and fellow defender Andrew Downey, were signed as rookie free agents by the Kansas City Chiefs and Detroit Lions, respectively. Maine’s 21-17 win at Monmouth on Sept. 6, gave Cosgrove his 81st career win, which moved him into sole possession of first place in program history for career victories. In 2007, Cosgrove led a young Black Bear squad to a strong finish as it won three of its final four games while compiling a 4-7 record. Maine’s three-game winning streak included a come-from-behind win at Northeastern, a last-second win at home versus Towson, and a convincing shutout victory against Rhode Island. Belcher earned Second-Team All-America honors, marking the 12th All-American to play for Cosgrove. Belcher also earned First-Team All-CAA honors, marking the 13th-straight season a Black Bear had been named to an all-conference first-team. In April of 2008, Matthew Mulligan and Anthony Cotrone signed NFL free agent contracts, as they signed with the Miami Dolphins and Jacksonville Jaguars, respectively. Cosgrove led Maine to a 6-5 record during the 2006 campaign, which was the program’s fourth winning record in a span of six seasons. The Black Bears boasted one of the nation’s top defenses as Maine finished first nationally in rushing defense (63.91 ypg) and second in total defense (229.91). Senior defensive end Matt King was a consensus First-Team

All-American and a finalist for the Buck Buchanan Award, which is presented annually to the top FCS defensive player in America. King was the second Black Bear defender in the last five seasons to finish among the top six in the final voting for the prestigious honor. King was joined by seniors Mike DeVito and Manauris Arias on the Atlantic 10 Conference First-Team. Maine finished the regular season ranked No. 24 in The Sports Network FCS Top 25 Poll, and at one point was ranked in the top 20 for the first time in two seasons. The Black Bears also had a tremendous year in the classroom as 12 student-athletes were named to the Atlantic 10 Conference All-Academic Team. Senior quarterback Ron Whitcomb was named the 2006 Atlantic 10 Conference Student-Athlete of the Year for his work in the classroom and efforts on the field. Overall, 29 Black Bears earned GPAs of 3.0 or better during the fall semester, and they were honored as Maine Scholar-Athletes, the second highest total for any team on campus. Cosgrove reached an impressive milestone during the 2005 season, which proved his loyalty to his alma mater. On Nov. 12, in a thrillThe Cosgrove Family. Front Row (L-R): Jeri, Marilyn, Sydni, Carly and Matthew. Back Row: Jack.

>> Coaching Experience 1978-80......................................................................Graduate Assistant Coach, Maine 1981-84................................................Head Coach, Stoughton (Mass.) High School 1985-86....................................................Offensive Assistant Coach, Boston College 1987-88....................................................Offensive Assistant Coach (QB/WR), Maine 1989-92............................................................................. Offensive Coordinator, Maine 1993-Present.......................................................................................Head Coach, Maine >> CAREER NOTEBOOK 3 106-112 overall at Maine (17 seasons); 69-50 in the past 10 seasons. 372 Atlantic 10/Yankee Conference/CAA wins is sixth all-time and third among active CAA head coaches, and first among Maine coaches all-time. 3 2011 NEFW FCS Coach of the Year 3 Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year in 1996 and 2001. 3 Finalist for the 2001 & 2008 Eddie Robinson National Coach-of-the-Year Award. 3 American Football Monthly 2001 National I-AA Coach of the Year. 3 Including his undergraduate years and assistant coaching tenures, Cosgrove has committed 30 years to Maine, which is more time to one Yankee Conference/Atlantic 10/CAA institution than any other current league head coach. 3 Two-time All-Yankee Conference quarterback. 3 Coached in his 147th game as head coach of the Black Bear football program on Nov. 12, 2005, marking the most games for a head coach in Maine football history. 3 Took part in his 300th game all-time at Maine on Nov. 11, 2006, at Massachusetts. The 300 games include his stints as a player, assistant coach and head coach. 3 Ranks first in program history for career wins by a head coach with 106.


Jack Cosgrove ing 27-24 overtime victory over Rhode Island, Cosgrove took part in his 147th game as a head coach at Maine, moving him into first place in program history for most games as a head coach. Cosgrove turned in one of his strongest coaching performances during the 2005 season, as he guided a young Black Bear squad to a 5-6 record. The young group came of age in the final four games of the season with a 3-1 record after stumbling out to a 2-5 start. Maine won three straight games including Delaware (Oct. 29), at Northeastern (Nov. 5) and Rhode Island (Nov. 12). The spring of 2006 also provided a highlight when wide receiver Kevin McMahan was selected by the Oakland Raiders with the 255th pick in the seventh round of the NFL Draft. It marked the first time in Cosgrove’s head coaching tenure, and the first since 1990, that a Black Bear was picked in the annual draft. Success wasn’t isolated to the playing field, but also in the classroom in 2005, as five Black Bears were named to the Academic All-Atlantic 10 Team. Cosgrove guided the Black Bears to a 5-6 record during the 2004 season as Maine was in every game right down to the end. Four of Maine’s losses were by seven points or less. The highlight of the season was the Black Bears’ victory over Mississippi State, as Maine held the Bulldogs scoreless for the final three quarters before scoring a late touchdown to pull out the victory. More success from the 2004 season followed in the spring of 2005, as running back Marcus Williams (Indianapolis Colts) and defensive back Brandon McGowan (Chicago Bears) signed as rookie free agents in the NFL. McGowan started three games as a rookie for the Bears in 2005 and was a member of the team’s Super Bowl roster in 2007. In 2003, Maine complied a 7-5 overall record and a 5-4 mark in the Altantic 10. The Black Bears were led by Whitcomb, then a freshman quarterback, who was named the conference’s rookie of the year. In addition, Williams led the Atlantic 10 with 116.7 yards per game and was second in the conference in total rushing yards. The defense was third in the conference and second in rushing defense. The Black Bears posted an 11-3 record during 2002, setting a school record for wins along the way. Maine was ranked sixth in the final polls issued by both The Sports Network

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Cosgrove Year-By-Year

Season_______ Ov. Record (Pct.)_____ Conf. Record (Pct.)____Conference_____ Season Highlight(s) 1993________ 3-8 (0-11) (.000)______ 2-6 (0-8) (.000)_______Yankee________ UM opens the Cosgrove era with a win over Buffalo. 1994________ 3-8 (.273)__________ 2-6 (.250)__________Yankee________ Earns first official win in 19-13 win over Delaware. 1995________ 3-8 (.273)__________ 1-7 (.125)__________Yankee________ Opens season with 41-15 win over Lock Haven. 1996________ 7-4 (.636)__________ 5-3 (.625)__________Yankee________ UM posts first winning record under Cosgrove; Wins YC Coach-of-the-Year award. 1997________ 5-6 (.455)__________ 4-4 (.500)__________Atlantic 10______ Posts second-straight .500 A-10 record or better. 1998________ 6-5 (.545)__________ 3-5 (.375)__________Atlantic 10______ Wins two of final three to post a winning record. 1999________ 4-7 (.364)__________ 3-5 (.375)__________Atlantic 10______ Wins two of final three to close out the season. 2000________ 5-6 (.455)__________ 3-5 (.375)__________Atlantic 10______ Wins three of final four to close out the season. 2001________ 9-3 (.750)__________ 7-2 (.778)__________Atlantic 10______ UM wins share of the Atlantic-10 championship; First conference title since 1989; Advances to quarterfinals of the NCAA playoffs. 2002________ 11-3 (.786)_________ 7-2 (.778)__________Atlantic 10______ UM wins the Atlantic 10 championship; Advances to quarterfinals of the NCAA playoffs; Sets school record for wins in a season. 2003________ 7-5 (.583)__________ 5-4 (.556)__________Atlantic 10______ UM posts third-straight winning record. 2004________ 5-6 (.455)__________ 3-5 (.375)__________Atlantic 10______ UM knocks off SEC-foe Mississippi State, 9-7. 2005________ 5-6 (.455)__________ 3-5 (.375)__________Atlantic 10______ Wins three of final four to close out the season. 2006________ 6-5 (.545)__________ 5-3 (.625)__________Atlantic 10______ Finishes regular season ranked 24th nationally. 2007________ 4-7 (.363)__________ 3-5 (.375)__________CAA__________ Wins three of final four to close out the season. 2008________ 8-5 (.615)__________ 5-3 (.625)__________CAA__________ Advanced to the NCAA FCS playoffs. 2009________ 5-6 (.455)__________ 4-4 (.500)__________CAA__________ Finished second in the North Division 2010________ 4-7 (.363)__________ 3-5 (.375)__________CAA__________ UM beats UNH to claim Musket for 1st time in 7 yrs 2011________ 9-4 (.692)__________ 6-2 (.750)__________CAA__________ Advances to NCAA Qtrs.; #8 Final national ranking 19 Seasons____ 106-112 (.486)______ 72-83 (.465)________YC, A-10, CAA___ 106 wins is first in program history. department’s top student-athlete. In 2002, one and USA Today/ESPN and was ranked second Football Monthy National Coach of the Year. in the nation at one point in the season – the He also led a team that garnered numerous of his senior captains, Malik Nichols, received a individual awards. Three members of the 2001 senior outstanding achievement award from highest ranking in program history.   Individually, senior linebacker Stephen team earned All-America honors, while Cooper the campus community. Cosgrove has seen the Cooper was a consensus All-American selection was a finalist for the Buchanan Award and average GPA of his team improve nearly every and won the George H. “Bulger” Lowe Award as received a share of the A-10 Defensive Player- year. Including his undergraduate years and his the top defensive football player in New England. of-the-Year award. Cooper was also the A-10 Defensive Player of the A hint of success in 2001 could be found in assistant coaching tenures at Maine, Cosgrove has Year and a finalist for the Buchanan Award for the 2000 campaign. Cosgrove guided the Black committed 31 years to one Yankee Conference/ Bears to a 5-6 record, including wins in three of Atlantic 10/CAA institution, more than any other the second-consecutive season. In 2001, the Black Bears tied the previous the last four games. Only two other teams in current league head coach. His 72 league wins school record for wins (9) when they defeated the Atlantic 10 were as successful over the last rank fifth all-time, and he is third among current McNeese State 14-10 in the NCAA I-AA playoffs. month of the season and those teams (Delaware league coaches. Maine advanced to the national quarterfinals for and Richmond) advanced to the NCAA playoffs. Cosgrove, a former All-Yankee Conference the first time in school history. During the regular Prior to 1999, Cosgrove had put together two quarterback and the Black Bears’ offensive season, Cosgrove was honored as co-Atlantic 10 .500-plus seasons over three years, a feat that coordinator from 1989–92, was named the 34th Coach of the Year, when he led the Black Bears to a had not been accomplished since the 1988 and head coach of the Black Bears on Feb. 22, 1993. Cosgrove has seen a variety of coaching styles, 7-2 league mark and a tie with three other teams 1989 seasons. at the top of the conference standings. The Black Cosgrove also earned Atlantic 10 Coach-of- playing under Walter Abbott and Jack Bicknell Bears, selected eighth in the preseason Atlantic the-Year honors in 1996 after his team went 7-4. at Maine, and serving as an assistant coach for 10 poll, landed 10th and 12th in the final Sports Along with the program’s successes on the Bicknell, both at Maine and at Boston College. Network and USA Today/ESPN national polls. field, Cosgrove has emphasized academics and Cosgrove has also coached under Tim Murphy, Cosgrove was a finalist for the Eddie Robinson community service. In 2001, one of his team Tom Lichtenberg and Kirk Ferentz. Award, presented annually to the nation’s top members, Phil McGeoghan, received the Dean A 1978 graduate of Maine, Cosgrove was a FCS coach. He was also named the American Smith Award which is presented to the athletic two-time second-team All-Yankee Conference

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Cosgrove vs. Opponents Opponent____________________________________________________ Record Albany_________________________________________________________ 2-2 Appalachian State__________________________________________________ 2-0 Boston College____________________________________________________ 0-1 Boston University___________________________________________________ 2-3 Bryant_________________________________________________________ 1-0 Buffalo_________________________________________________________ 3-3 Central Connecticut State______________________________________________ 1-0 Central Florida_____________________________________________________ 0-2 Colgate_________________________________________________________ 1-1 Connecticut______________________________________________________ 3-5 Dartmouth_______________________________________________________ 1-0 Delaware________________________________________________________ 5-8 Florida International_________________________________________________ 2-0 Fordham________________________________________________________ 1-0 Georgia Southern___________________________________________________ 0-2 Hofstra_________________________________________________________ 6-8 Howard_________________________________________________________ 2-0 Iona___________________________________________________________ 1-0 Iowa___________________________________________________________ 0-1 James Madison___________________________________________________ 5-10 Kutztown________________________________________________________ 1-0 Lock Haven_______________________________________________________ 1-0 Massachusetts____________________________________________________ 7-12 McNeese State_____________________________________________________ 2-0 Mississippi State___________________________________________________ 1-0 Monmouth_______________________________________________________ 3-0 Montana________________________________________________________ 0-2 Morgan State_____________________________________________________ 1-0 Nebraska________________________________________________________ 0-1 New Hampshire___________________________________________________ 6-13 Northeastern____________________________________________________ 10-6 Northern Colorado__________________________________________________ 1-0 Northern Iowa_____________________________________________________ 0-2 Pittsburgh_______________________________________________________ 0-1 Rhode Island_____________________________________________________ 12-6 Richmond_______________________________________________________ 7-6 Shaw__________________________________________________________ 1-0 St. Cloud State_____________________________________________________ 1-0 Stony Brook______________________________________________________ 1-1 Syracuse________________________________________________________ 0-2 Towson_________________________________________________________ 3-1 Villanova________________________________________________________ 6-4 William & Mary____________________________________________________ 3-7 William Penn_____________________________________________________ 1-0 Youngstown State__________________________________________________ 0-1 45 Opponents____________________________________________ 106-112 (.486)

A 1978 graduate of Maine, Cosgrove was a two-time second-team All-Yankee Conference quarterback and an ECAC All-Star for the Black Bears. He still ranks as the eighth all-time leading passer in Maine football history with 2,836 career yards. In 1974, his rookie campaign at Maine, Cosgrove passed for 517 yards and rushed for another 558 yards, while leading the Black Bears to their first Yankee Conference title in nine years. In 1976, he guided Maine to a 6‑5 record and the school’s first winning season since 1969. Upon graduation from Maine, Cosgrove was a graduate assistant coach with the Black Bears from 1978–80 under Bicknell. He received his master’s in educational administration from Maine in 1981. Cosgrove then became the head football coach at Stoughton High School (Mass.), where he also taught American history, from 1981–84. Cosgrove is a Sharon, Mass., native and graduated from Sharon High School. In 1985, he became an offensive assistant at Boston College, assisting with the quarterbacks and working with the wide receivers. In 1986, he helped direct the Eagles to a 9‑3 record and

a victory in the Hall of Fame Bowl. He returned to Maine in 1987 as the quarterbacks and receivers coach for Murphy. His coaching helped develop Mike Buck, the Maine career passing leader, who led the Black Bears to their first NCAA Division I‑AA playoff appearance in 1987. In 1988, he was promoted to pass game coordinator and directed the Yankee Conference’s top passing offense. In 1989, he was promoted to offensive coordinator by first-year head coach Tom Lichtenberg. Cosgrove coached the Yankee Conference’s top offensive team, as the Black Bears averaged over 440 yards a game in total offense en route to a school-record nine wins, the Yankee Conference championship, and the school’s second NCAA tournament appearance in three years. From 1990–92, he continued to serve as the top offensive assistant under Ferentz. He and his wife, Marilyn, live in Bangor with their twins Matthew and Carly, 17; and daughter, Sydni, 14. They have an older daughter, Jeri, who is 20 and is a junior at the University of Maine.

Former Maine Coaches During Jack Cosgrove era still in coaching (1987-2011) Name______________Years at Maine (Positions Coached)_____________ Current Position Jerry Azzinaro__________1997-98 (DL)________________________________Oregon (DL) Jared Backus___________1999-01 (DL/ST Coord.)________________________ Princeton (DB) John Baxter___________1989 (TE/ST Coord.)____________________ USC(Assoc. Head Coach) John Bonamego_________1989-92 (WR/ST Coord.)______________ Jacksonville Jaguars (ST Coord.) Chuck Bresnahan________1992-93 (Def. Coord./LB)______________ Oakland Raiders (Def. Coord.) Kevin Cahill___________2008-11 (WR/ST Coord.)________________________Yale (ST Coord.) Mike Cerasuolo_________1994-95 (RB)____________________ Springfield College (Off. Coord.) Keith Clark____________1987 (DL)____________________________Dartmouth (Off. Coord.) Jeff Comissiong_________2000-06 (RB/DL)_________________________ Boston College (DL) Kevin Cooper___________1994-98 (DL)________________ Bonny Eagle H.S., Maine (Head Coach) Paul Dunn____________1990-93 (Off. Coord./OL)_____________________ Atlanta Falcons (OL) David Dykeman_________2004 (WR)_________________Worcester Academy, Mass. (Head Coach) Mickey Fein___________2001-02 (WR)_______________________ Lafayette College (OC/QB) Paul Ferarro___________1989 (LB)______________________________ Maine (Def. Coord.) Kirk Ferentz___________1990-92 (Head Coach)_______________________Iowa (Head Coach) Andre Fontenette________2009 (WR)________________________________ Campbell (WR) Brian Gaine___________1991-95 (Player, TE)______________ Miami Dolphins (Player Personnel) Joe Gilbert____________1994-99 (Off. Coord./OL)_____________________Illinois (Asst. HC/OL) Frank Giufre___________2008-11 (OL)_______________ Indianapolis Colts (Off. Quality Control) Torrian Gray___________2000-01 (DB)____________________________ Virginia Tech (DB) Matt Griffin___________2000-02 (OL/Running Game Coord.)__ Jacksonville Jaguars (Offensive Quality) Mike Kelliher___________1996 (LB)______________________________ Brown (Def. Coord.) Mike Kolakowski________1989 (Def. Coord./DB)____________________ Ave Maria (Def. Coord.) Scott Lakatos__________1995-00 (Def. Coord./DB)________________________ Georgia (DB) Will Lewis____________1984 (DB)___________________ Seattle Seahawks (Player Personnel) John Lovett___________1985-88, 1994 (Def. Coord.)_____________________ Texas Tech (DEs) Tom McEntire__________2008 (Def. Asst.)___________________Rutgers (Player Development) Phil McGeoghan_________2007 (WR)____________________________ Miami Dolphins (WR) Neil McGrath___________1995-99 (Def. Coord./LB)_________________________ Brown (DL) Tim Murphy___________1985-88 (Head Coach)_____________________ Harvard (Head Coach) Rich Nagy____________2001-05 (Def. Coord./LB/DB)___________ Western Michigan (Def. Coord.) Mark Nori_____________2003 (OL)_____________________________Stow HS (Head Coach) Tim Pendergast_________1992 (DB)_________________________Ithaca College (Def. Coord.) Andy Rondeau__________2006 (DB/ST Coord.)_____________________ Holy Cross (Def. Coord.) Joe Rossi_____________2007-12 (ST Coord./LB/Def. Coord.)______________ Rutgers (ST Coord.) Brian Scott____________2004-06 (OL)_______________________ Old Dominion (Off. Coord.) Bill Sheridan___________1987-88 (LB)_________________ Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Def. Coord.) Ben Sirmans___________1996-99 (RB)___________________________ St. Louis Rams (RB) Antoine Smith__________2003-04 (DL)______________________________ Holy Cross (DL) Robb Smith___________2006-07 (Def. Coord.)_____________________ Rutgers (Def. Coord.) Steve Spagnuolo________1994 (Def. Coord./DB)______________ New Orleans Saints (Def. Coord.) John Strollo___________2004 (OL)_________________________________Penn State (TE) Steve Vashel___________2009-11 (DB)_________________________________ Yale (DB) Scott Walker___________1990-95 (RB)______________________ Rutgers (Academic Support) Bobby Wilder__________1990-06 (Off. Coord./QB)_______________ Old Dominion (Head Coach) Dwayne Wilmot_________2005-10 (Recruit. Coord./DL)_____________________ Yale (Def. Line) Mike Zyskowski_________2005-07 (RB)_____________________ Old Dominion (RB/ST Coord.)


assistant coaches

>> Education: B.S. in sports management from UMass ‘96. >> Hometown: Rutland, Vt.

QUICK FACTS

>> Derek Buttles (All-Conference, NFL) >> Derek Session (All-Conference, NFL) >> Warren Smith (All-Conference, Pro) >> Jhamal Fluellen (All-American) >> Ryan Canary (All-American) >> Jared Turcotte (All-American) >> Stephen Campbell (All-Am., NFL) >> Chas Gessner (All-American, NFL) >> Kevin McMahan (All-Conf., NFL) >> Landis Williams (All-Conf., NFL) >> Arel Gordon (All-Conference, NFL) >> Tyler Eastman (All-Conf., NFL) >> Ryan Waller (NFL) >> Christopher Arnao (All-Conference) >> Matthew Mulligan (NFL) >> Anthony Cotrone (NFL) >> Drew O’Conner (All-Conference) >> Phil McGeoghan (All-Conf., NFL) >> Dwayne Wilmot (All-Conf., NFL) >> Four-year starter and letterwinner at wide receiver for Massachusetts from 1992-95. >> Helped lead UMass to winning seasons in three of his four years, including a 9-2 mark in 1993.

>> Resides: In Bangor with his wife, Amanda and son, Brendan. >> Experience: Maine Off. Coordinator (2007-Present) Maine WR/TE Coach/ Pass Game Coordinator (2005-07) Brown WR Coach (2000-05) Maine WR Coach (1998-00) Colby WR/TE Coach (1997)

>> Defensive Coordinator / LinebackerS >> FIRST Season >> springfield ‘82

>> Hired as Defensive Coordinator in the Spring of 2012. >> Coached the linbackers for the St. Louis Rams from 2009-2011 >> Spent three seasons as the Special Teams Coordinator for the Minnesota Vikings, where he helped the unit produce the third-most punts inside the 20-yardline and garnered three Special Teams Player of the Week honors. >> Was a special teams assistant with the NFL’s Carolina Panthers in 2005 when the team advanced to the NFC Championship game >> From 2001-04 was the defensive coordinator for the Big East’s Rutgers Scarlet Knights where the 2004 squad led the conference in sacks, takeaways and third-down defense. >> Coached a pair of players to All-ACC honors as defensive backs coach at Georgia Tech as the Yellow Jackets advanced to the 1999 Gator Bowl and the 2000 Peach Bowl. >> From 1991-98 served was the defensive coordinator at Bowling Green, helping the team to the 1991 and 1992 Mid-American Conference Championships and the 1991 California Raisin Bowl and 1992 Las Vegas Bowl Championships. >> Served as Maine’s linebackers coach in 1989, helping the team to the Yankee Conference Championship

>> James Laurinaitis (Led St. Louis Rams in tackles) >> Aundrae Allison (NFL Special Teams Player of the Week from the Minnesota Vikings) >> Ryan Longwell (NFL Special Teams Player of the Week twice from the Minnesota Vikings) >> Jeremy Muyres (All-Coonference from Georgia Tech) >> Tavaris Tillman (All-Conference, NFL from Georgia Tech) >> Gary Brackett (All-Conference, NFL player from Rutgers) >> Vince Palko (Mid American Conference Defensive Player of the Year in 1993 and 1994 from Bowling Green)

>> All-New England player as a safety at Springfield College (Mass.) >> Helped lead team to an 8-2 record in 1979 and 7-2 mark in 1980

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“Paul Ferraro will be a great addition to our Black Bear coaching staff,” said Cosgrove. “We have worked together before here at Maine, and he is very familiar with our program. His experiences, both as a college and professional coach, will help our entire football operation! We are very excited and fortunate that he is joining our staff.” Coached the linebackers for the NFL’s St. Louis Rams...The Rams finished in the top half of the NFL in sacks each of the last two season, including seventh in 2010...LB James Laurinaitis ranked seventh in the NFL in tackles by a linebacker with 142.

SUCCESSFUL PLAYERS COACHED

IN 2011 COACHING ACCOMPLISHMENTS

SUCCESSFUL PLAYERS COACHED

>> Promoted from receivers coach to offensive coordinator prior to the 2007 season. >> Has produced 21 all-conference honors in his first three seasons as coordinator. >> Has worked with nine players (RB Pushaun Brown, WR Derek Session, WR Kevin McMahan, WR Ryan Waller, WR Landis Williams, OL Tyler Eastman, TE Matthew Mulligan, TE Derek Buttles and FB Anthony Cotrone) in his five years at Maine, who have gone on to either be drafted or signed as rookie free agents by NFL teams. >> Developed Warren Smith and Chris Treister as Maine had the best passing attack in the CAA in 2009 >> Mentored WRs Kevin McMahan and Arel Gordon in 2005, as the two finished among the national leaders in receptions per game that year. Gordon finished 10th, while McMahan followed in 35th. Both were named to the All-Atlantic 10 Third-Team that year. >> Served as the receivers coach at Brown prior to Maine, where he worked with a pair of two-time All-Americans and Walter Payton Award finalists in Stephen Campbell and Chas Gessner. >> At the time of their graduations, Campbell ranked second all-time in FCS history with 305 career receptions, while Gessner was fourth with 292. Campbell owns the FCS record with 120 receptions in a single season. Gessner is the FCS record holder with 24 receptions in a single game. Both players spent time with NFL teams, including Gessner, who won a Super Bowl with the New England Patriots in 2003. >> Maine’s offense took shape near the end of the 2007 season. The Black Bears produced 20 plays of 20 yards or more in the final six games after producing just six in the first five contests.

AS A PLAYER

Directed the first 3,000-yard passer in school history in quarterback Warren Smith as well as a 1,000-yard rusher in Pushaun Brown...Maine ranked fourth in the CAA in total offense and scoring offense WR Maurice McDonald earned First Team All-CAA honors as did OL Chris Howley...Smith, TE Justin Perillo and OL were named to the Second Team and Brown was named to the Third Team...The offensive line gave up a league-low 1.54 sacks per contest... Brown, TE Derek Buttles and WR Derek Session all gained NFL invitations.

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>> Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks >> EIGHTH Season >> Massachusetts ‘96

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KEVIN BOURGOIN

>> Education: B.S. from Springfield College in 1982 and a Master’s from Syracuse in 1986. >> Hometown: Ridgewood, N.J. >> Resides: In Bangor. >> Experience: Maine Def. Coordinator (2012) St. Louis Rams LB (2009-11) Minnesota Vikings Spec. Teams (2006-08) Carolina Panthers ST Asst./S&C Asst. (2005) Rutgers Def. Coord. (2001-04) Georgia Tech DBs (1999-2000) Bowling Green Def. Coord. (1991-98) Ohio University LBs (1990) Maine LBs (1989) Catholic University Asst. HC/Asst. AD (1988) Dartmouth Def. Coord. (1987) Villanova Def. Coord. (1984-86) Syracuse GA (1983) UMass GA (1982)

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Coached the defensive line...Saw two players, DL Michael Cole and Raibonne Charles garner All-CAA honors with Cole getting Second Team honors and Charles the Third Team...Cole led the conference with 11.0 sacks...Maine ranked third in the CAA with 33 sacks.

SUCCESSFUL PLAYERS COACHED

>> Raibonne Charles (All-Conference) >> Jared Turcotte (All-American) >> Derek Buttles (All-Conference,NFL) >> Pushaun Brown (All-Conference, NFL) >> Terrel Walker (CAA Rookie of the Week) >> Pushaun Brown (Ended the 2010 season with three-straight 100-yard rushing games).

>> Education: B.S. in kinesiology and physical education from Maine in 2004.

>>Helped lead Maine to A-10 titles in 2001 and 2002. >> An All A-10 First Team selection in 2002. >> First Team All-New England 2002.

QUICK FACTS

>> Hometown: Cambridge, Mass. >> Resides: In Orono. >> Experience: Maine Def. ST (2012) Maine DL Coach (2011-Present) Maine RBs (2010) Maine TE/FB (2009) Maine TE (2008)

>> RUN GAME COORDINATOR/OFFENSIVE LINE >> First Season >> cortland state ‘98

Served as the Offensive Coordinator and Offensive Line coach at the University of Rochester...Coached OL John Whiting to First Team All-Liberty League honors while TE Thomas Norman also was a First Team selection...The line paved the way for RB Clarence Onyiriuka who would garner Second Team honors...Three other Rochester players garnered Honorable Mention accolades on the offensive side of the ball.

>> Thomas Norman (All-Conference at Rochester) >> Clarence Onyiriuka (All-Conference at Rochester) >> Mike McGlynn (All-Conference at Pittsburgh, NFL) >> Rob Pettiti (All-Conference at Pittsburgh, NFL) >> Charles Spencer (All-Big East at Pittsburgh, NFL) >> Education: B.S. in sociology from Cortland State ‘98 and a master’s in PE and health from Union College.

>>Four-year starter at Cortland State. >> Helped lead team to the NCAA playoffs.

QUICK FACTS

>> Named Maine’s Offensive Line coach in the Spring of 2012 >> Prior to joining the Maine staff, served the previous three seasons as the Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line coach at University of Rochester >> Rochester prduced the Liberty League’s most potent rushing attack, the line gave up the least sacks and produced eight All-Conference players >> Prior to Rochester, Ambrosie served as the run game coordinator and recruiting coordinator at St. Francis (Pa.), where he developed two All-NEC linemen and an All-American in two seasons >> Was the offensive graduate assistant and assistant video coordinator at Pittsburgh from the Big East when the Panthers won the 2004 Big East Championship and advanced to the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl >>While at Pittsburgh, coached Mike McGlynn, Rob Pettiti and Charles Spencer to All-Big East honors and the NFL. >> Coached the linebackers and was an assistant special teams coach at Union College from 2001-03 after spending two years as the Assistant Head Coach at Onondaga High School in New York .

>> John Whiting (All-Conference at Rochester)

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>>Michael Cole (All-Conference)

AS A PLAYER

>> Promoted to Defensive Special Teams Coordinator in Spring of 2012 >> Saw a pair of players garner All-CAA honors, with Michael Cole earning Second Team honors and Raibonne Charles being named to the Third Team in 2011 >> Cole led the conference in sacks with 11.0 while also ranking fourth with 15.0 tackles-for-loss >> Developed DL Kevin Phanor into professional football player who currently plays for Stuttgart in Germany >> Promoted to defensive line coach in the spring of 2011. >> Coached All-American running back Jared Turcotte during the Black Bears’ playoff run in 2008

JEFF AMBROSIE

COACHING ACCOMPLISHMENTS

>> DEFENSIVE LINE/def. S.T. Coord. >> FifTH Season >> MaINE ‘04

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DENNIS DOTTIN-CARTER

assistant coaches

>> Hometown: Syracuse, N.Y. >> Resides: In Bangor. >> Experience: Maine OL Coach (2012) Rochester OC/OL (2008-11) St. Francis Run Game/Rec. Coord. (2006-07) Pittsburgh GA (2004-05) Union College Asst. ST (2001-03)


assistant coaches KYLE ARCHER

>> wide receivers/off. S.T. Coord. >> First Season >> Connecticut â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;07

>> AJ Cruz (All-Conference at Brown) >> Alex Tounkara (Two-time All-Conference at Brown) >> Jimmy Saros (All-Conference at Brown)

>>Walk-on linebacker at UConn in 2003 >>Served as a student assistant from 2004-06 creating weekly defensive scouting reports, working with the linebackers and defensive back coaches.

>> Education: B.S. with an individualized major focusing in coaching and administration from the University of Connecticut in 2007. >> Hometown: Milford, Mass. >> Resides: In Bangor with his wife Lindsay. >> Experience: Maine WRs and Off. SpTm (2012) Brown WRs and Recruiting Coord. (2009-11) Brown DBs (2007-08) UConn Student Assistant (2004-06)

>> DEFENSIVE BACKS >> Second Season >> SPRINGFIELD â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;07

>> Promoted to Defensive Backs coach in the Spring of 2012. >> In his first season at Maine, helped develop one of the best secondary units in the CAA. >>Maine had the second-most interceptions in the CAA with 19 and the second-best defensive pass efficiency. >> Safeties Jerron McMillian and Trevor Coston and cornerback Kendall James were all named to All-CAA Teams while McMillian and Coston were named All-American >> McMillian was the highest drafted player ever, being taken in the Fourth Round of the NFL Draft by the Green Bay Packers while Coston signed as a free agent with the Chicago Bears >> Worked with the Springfield quarterbacks in 2010 and the wide receivers in 2009. >> Defensive Backs coach with Maine Maritime Academy in 2008.

>> Jerron McMillian (All-Conference, NFL) >> Trevor Coston (All-Conference, NFL) >>Kendall James (All-Conference)

>> Education: B.S. in physical education from Springfield >> Hometown: Waldwick, N.J.

>> Two-time All-Conference selection at Springfield >>Tied the school record for interceptions in a year (10) and in a career (17)

QUICK FACTS

Served as the Assistant Defensive Backs coach...coached a pair of All-Americans in Jerron McMillian and Trevor Coston...Cornerback Kendall James also received All-CAA recognition...McMillian was a Fourth Round NFL Draft pick of the Green Bay Packers while Coston signed a free agent deal with the Chicago Bears...Maine had the second-most interceptions in the CAA with 19 and the second-best defensive pass efficiency.

SUCCESSFUL PLAYERS COACHED

IN 2011 COACHING ACCOMPLISHMENTS

>>David Clement (All-Conference at Brown)

QUICK FACTS

AS A PLAYER

>> Named the Wide Receivers coach and Special Team Coordinator at Maine in the Spring of 2012. >> Previously coached the wide receivers and was the recruiting coordinator at Brown in the Ivy League for the last three seasons. >> Assistant Defensive Backs coach at Brown in 2007 and 2008. >> While with the Bears, he helped develop four All-Ivy League selections at defensive back as well as first-year starter Alex Tounkara into a First Team All-Ivy League selection. >> Brown won the Ivy League Championship in 2008. >> Prior to Brown he served as a student assistant coach at the University of Connecticut from the Big East. >> Archer created weekly defensive scouting reports, worked with the linebackers and defensive back coaches at UConn. >> Has worked at several coaching clinics, including the Randy Edsall Football Camp and the Nike Coach of the Year Clinic.

SUCCESSFUL PLAYERS COACHED

>> Chris Perkins (All-Conference at Brown)

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>>Nkosi Still (All-Conference at Brown)

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IN 2011

Served as the Wide Receivers coach and Recruiting Coordinator at Brown...coached Brown wide receiver Alexander Tounkara-Kone to All-Ivy League honors.

>> Resides: In Bangor. >> Experience: Maine DB Coach (2012) Maine Asst. DBs (2011) Springfield College QBs Coach (2010) Springfield College WRs Coach (2009) Maine Maritime DBs (2008)

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assistant coaches/Staff Shawn Demaray

Jordan Stevens

Ed Mestieri

>> Off. Asst. / RBs/Recruiting Coordinator >> Second Season >> Maine ‘07

>> Def. Asst. / DL >> Second Season >> Maine ‘09

>> Assistant Coach >>First Season >>Springfield College ‘76

Shawn Demaray enters his second season on the staff of the Black Bears. He was promoted to Running Backs coach in the offseason. In his first season he coached the tight ends, he developed Justin Perillo into an All-CAA performer while another tight end, Derek Buttles, got an invitaion to an NFL camp. Perillo ranked among the leaders in the CAA for receptions. Demaray came back to Maine after having coached the offensive line at Husson University in Bangor, Maine. At Husson, he helped to develop a very young offensive line that improved greatly throughout the season. Prior to joining Husson, Demaray coached at Maine Maritime Academy where he coached an offensive line that consistently produces one of the best rushing attacks at the Division III level. Demaray was an All-Conference offensive lineman during his teure as a player at Maine. He graduated from Maine in 2007 with a degree in kinesiology and physical education. He would earn his Master’s the following year from Maine in exercise science.

Jordan Stevens enters his second season at Maine serving as the Assistant Defensive Line coach. During his first year on the staff, Stevens helped tutor Michael Cole, who led the CAA in sacks and was an All-CAA selection. The line also saw senior Raibonne Charles garner All-Conference honors while Kevin Phanor signed a professsional contract to play in Europe. Stevens, a former All-CAA defensive end as a Black Bear, returned to the team as a coach for the 2011 season. Stevens had a tryout with the NFL’s Detroit Lions before signing with the Hartford Colonials of the UFL in 2010. He was team captain and an All-CAA Third Team and New England Football Writers All-Star Team selection in 2009 after helping lead the team to the NCAA Playoffs in 2008. Stevens earned his degree in business management from Maine in 2010. He resides in Orono.

Ed Mestieri, now in his 38th season coaching football, has joined the staff as Director of Football Operations for the 2012 season. Mestieri comes to UMaine from Colby College (Waterville, Maine), where he had worked for 23 seasons, including the last eight as head coach. During his tenure at the helm of Colby, he led the team to a 31-33 record, and finishing as runner-up in the NESCAC on two occasions. In 2005, he was honored as the Division II/III Coach of the Year by the Gridiron Club of Greater Boston after leading Colby to a 7-1 record. During his 23 seasons, the Mules compiled a 97-86-1 record and won 12 Colby-Bates-Bowdoin Championships outright. Mestieri had served as the Offensive Coordinator, Offensive Line coach and Recruiting Coordinator prior to being named head coach in 2004. Before going to Colby, Mestieri coached at Norwich, Dartmouth and Kent State. He and his wife, Becky, have three children: Michael, who is 28, Lindsay, who is 24 and Samantha, who is 16.

Matt Birkett

>>Tight Ends >> First Season >> Edinboro ‘03

Matt Birkett is in his frist season on the staff coaching the tight ends. He came to Maine from Chaminade High School in California. where he was the defensive backs coach and helped the team to a 10-2 record and a CIF emi-final appearance . Birkett spent the 2010 campaign working for UCLA from the Pac-12 where he worked with the football team’s video department. Prior to going to the Bruins, he coached the wide receivers for Pac-Five High School in Hawaii in 2008 and 2009. Pac-Five led the state in receiving yards both seasons. Birkett spent the 2007 season working at Cambridge, Rindge and Latin High School in Massachusetts. He served as an assistant coach working with the wide receivers. Birkett graduated from Edinboro College in 2003 after leading the Scots to a PSAC title and previously played at Rhode Island where he was named the team’s Co-MVP in 2001. Birkett resides in Bangor with his wife, Sara. He is the proud father of a daughter, Mischa, who is two, and a son, Justus, who is seven.

Greg Webster

>> Def. Asst. / DBs >> First Season >> Springfield ‘08

Greg Webster joined the football staff as assistant defensive backs coach in the Spring of 2012. Webster came to Maine from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology (Indiana) where he served as an assistant coach working with the wide receivers. During his tenure at RHIT, he tutored All-League wide receiver Jordan Neilson and developed practices and scouting plans. Prior to joining RHIT, Webster served as a graduate assistant at his alma mater, Springfield College. He was the wide receivers coach and helped plan practice, carried out positional meetings and recruited as well. Webster first got into coaching at UConn where he was an operations intern in 2009. Working under the director of football operations, he assisted with travel, budgets, recruiting as well as helping to coordinate UConn’s 2009 Pro Day. Webster holds a bachelor degree in sport management and a master’s in education from Springfield College.

Ryan Taylor

>> Athletic Trainer >> Sixth Season >> Toledo ‘92 Ryan Taylor, ATC, is the head athletic trainer for the University of Maine and covers the football team. He can be seen at many athletic events with his family cheering on the Black Bears. A native of Willoughby, Ohio, he received his bachelors of Education degree from the University of Toledo in 1992. His earned his master’s degree in education from Southern Illinois University – Carbondale where he was a graduate assistant working with traumatic sport injury rehabilitations for University athletes, students and community members. In addition to covering Black Bear athletic teams Ryan teaches and supervises student athletic trainers. He is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, Maine Athletic Trainers’ Association and College Athletic Trainers’ Society. Taylor and his wife, Amy, reside in Hermon with their children son Bryce (12), and daughter, Jillian (10).

Steve Vanidestine

>> Field Equipment Mgr. >>Ninth Season

Steve Vanidestine is in his ninth season as field equipment manager for the football team. Steve assists in organizing practices and the layout of the field. He also serves as an assistant to Coach Cosgrove during practices and games.


support staff Dan Nichol

Caren Haskell-Ford

Steve Jones

>> Strength & Conditioning >> Fifth Season >> Springfield ‘02

>> Administrative Asst. >> 14th Season >> Katherinne Gibbs ‘82

>> Equipment Manager >> 33rd Season

Dan Nichol enters his fifth season as the head strength & conditioning coach at the University of Maine. He also enters his third campaign working with the football program in Orono. At Maine, Nichol oversees a staff of two other strength & conditioning coaches and heads up all operations in the Intercollegiate Strength & Fitness Center in the Latti Fitness Center. He also designs year-round conditioning programs for football, men’s and women’s basketball and baseball. Nichol also supervises the football team’s annual Pro Day in the Spring where scouts from the NFL and other professional leagues come to gather reports on Maine’s seniors. Nichol came to Maine after spending the previous two years as the strength & conditioning coach for the football program at Dartmouth College. One of his biggest projects while at the school was assisting in the design of a new 10,000 square foot strength & conditioning facility. Nichol has even more strength & conditioning experience working with college football programs, including stints at Tennessee-Martin (where he also served as an equipment manager), Springfield College, the University of Connecticut, Maine Maritime Academy (where he also served as the defensive line coach) and the University of Iowa. Nichol played collegiately at Springfield and earned Second-Team Freedom Football Conference honors in 2002. He earned his bachelor’s in applied exercise science from Springfield in 2002, and followed up with his master’s in strength & conditioning from the school in 2007. Nichol resides in Bangor with his wife, Suzanne.

Caren Haskell-Ford (Katherine Gibbs ‘82) enters her 14th season as the administrative assistant to the football program and a vital piece to the operations of the football office. She assists the football coaching staff in several areas, including travel, purchasing, recruiting, and organizing the annual golf and team banquets. Haskell-Ford is the daughter of Stu Haskell, who served the University of Maine athletic department in several capacities, including athletic director from 1982-87. Haskell-Ford and her husband, Chris, live in Old Town. They have one daughter, Abbie (29), and a grandson, Connor, who is four-and-a-half.

Steve Jones enters his 33rd season working in the equipment room in the University of Maine athletic department, including the past 23 years as the head equipment manager. In addition to working with the football program, Jones works with other Black Bear teams on a day-in-day-out basis, while also overseeing the entire equipment room and its staff. Jones came to Maine in 1980, and worked under long-time equipment manager George Wood, for whom the outstanding special teams player award is given each year. Jones and his wife, Jaclyn, live in Bangor and have a son, Ryan (24), who attends the University of Southern Maine in Gorham and is an assistant baseball coach for the Western Maine Champion Scarborough Red Storm.

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Capt. Jim Settele (Ret.)

>> Athletic Faculty Advisor >> First Season >> United States Naval Acad. Jim Settele is in his first season as the football team’s athletic faculty advisor. He is also currently serving as the Assistant Director of the UMaine School of Policy and International Affairs (SPIA) where he teaches classes and is responsible for the daily operations of SPIA. He comes to the football team after serving as Professor of Naval Science and Commanding Officer of the NROTC Unit at UMaine and Maine Maritime Academy. Prior to UMaine, he served in Naples, Italy, as the Director of Operations and Director for Policy and Strategy for Naval Forces Europe and SIXTH Fleet, he spent one year on a Fellowship at ST Antony’s College at Oxford University and two years as a Military Assistant to the Secretary of Defense. Jim was a Naval Flight Officer and commanded an E-2C Hawkeye squadron (VAW-126) aboard the USS HARRY S TRUMAN. He has over 3000 hours of flight time and 660 arrested landings.

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black bear bios #33 Arron

ACHEY 6-1 // 215 // Sophomore // Linebacker Newmanstown, Pa. // Eastern Lebanon County

2011: Had a very good freshman campaign for the Black Bears...saw action in eight games while starting in seven... notched 33 tackles, 5.5 tackles-for-loss, 2.0 sacks (-16 yards), an interception and broke up three passes...made 10 tackles (5 ST, 5 AT), including 2.0 tackles-for-loss in his first collegiate game against Bryant (9/3)...made four tackles, inlcuding 2.0 sacks (-16 yards) at Big East-foe Pittsburgh (9/10)...notched 11 tackles and had a key interception deep in UMass territory to spur Maine to a NCAA Playoff-clinching win against the Minutemen (11/12)...made six tackles (3 ST, 3 AT) at New Hampshire (11/10)...named a Maine Scholar-Athlete Award winner. 2010: Sat out the season as a redshirt, has four years of eligibility remaining...Named a Maine Scholar-Athlete *Rising Star* and earned the CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played quarterback, linebacker, and safety for coach Mark Evans at Eastern Lebanon County H.S. . . . served as a two-time team captain . . . earned the 2009 Franktz-Rider-Tohe Award as the best player in Section III . . . earned unanimous first-team honors at quarterback as well as first-team at the linebacker position . . . selected the Offensive Back of the Year as well as the Linebacker of the Year and the Outstanding Back of the Year . . . named to The Patriot News Top-25 Players list . . . named to the EasternPAFootball.com first-team all-defensive big school team . . . two-time team MVP . . . member of his high school’s National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society . . . born Jan. 1, 1992 . . . son of Michele and George Achey . . . a kinesiology and physical education major.

sack for -10 yards and three tackles at Appalachian State in the NCAA First Round game (12/3).2010: Played in all 11 games and was ninth on the team and 22nd among CAA linemen with 34 tackles (14 ST, 20 AT) ... Also led team with 3.5 sacks (-14 yards) ... made three tackles (2 ST, 1 AT) and had 1.5 sacks at Monmouth (9/11) ... notched five tackles (2 ST, 3 AT) and a sack against Williams and Mary (9/25) ... notched six tackles (2 ST, 4 AT) and a sack at Delaware (10/9) ... had four tackles (3 ST, 1 AT) at Rhode Island (10/23) and at Massachusetts (11/6) ... Made six tackles (2. ST, 4 AT) including a tackle-for-loss (-4 yards) against James Madison (11/20). 2009: Saw action in eight games . . . recorded nine tackles (4 ST, 5 AT), including one sack (-4 yards) . . . notched five tackles (3 ST, 2 AT), inlcuding a sack at Hofstra (10/10). 2008: Sat out the season as a redshirt … has four years of eligibility remaining … named the Scout Team Defensive Player of the Year. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played defensive end for coach Benjie Wimberly at Paterson Catholic H.S. … served as a captain for one year … helped lead his team to four league championships and two state titles … was named his league’s defensive player of the year … earned all-state, all-county, all-area, all-metro and all-league honors … was a member of his high school’s academic honor roll … born March 19, 1990 … son of Douglas and Keisha Alston … a communications major. YEAR G UT-AT-TT TFL-YDS FF FR INT-YDS PBU SACKS-YDS 2009 8 4-5-9 1.0-(-4) 0 0 1-0 0 1.0-(-4) 2010 11 14-20-34 3.5-(-18) 0 0 0 1 3.5-(-14) 2011 11 12-13-25 2.5-(-16) 0 0 0 3 2.5-(-16) Career 30 30-38-68 7.0-(-38) 0 0 1-0 4 7.0-(-34)

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Brian

YEAR G UT-AT-TT TFL-YDS FF FR INT-YDS PBU SACKS-YDS 2011 8 15-18-33 5.5-(-24) 0 0 1-14 3 2.0-(-16) Career 8 15-18-33 5.5-(-24) 0 0 1-14 3 2.0-(-16)

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ANTHONY

Khari

6-2 // 200 // Redshirt Freshman // Linebacker Columbia, Md. // Atholton

AL-MATEEN 6-1 // 200 // Sophomore // Defensive Back Baltimore, Md. // Baltimore Tech. Institute

2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt...has four years of eligibility remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played for coach Kyle Schmitt at Atholton High School...named to the Baltimore County All-Star Team and Second Team All-County . . . named to school’s Honor Roll . . . born March 19, 1993 . . . son of Catherine and David Anthony . . . undecided upon major.

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2011: Saw action in all 13 games...notched 16 tackles (13 ST, 3 AT), 1.0 sack (-9 yards), one interception and one pass break up...made a pair of solo tackles at Pittsburgh (9/10)...made two tackles, including a sack (-9 yards) against Rhode Island (10/15)...had two solo stops at Villanova (10/29)...broke up a pass and had a solo tackle against Towson (11/5)...made first career interception in Maine’s First Round Playoff game at Appalachian State (12/3)...named a Maine Scholar-Athlete Award winner. 2010: Satout the season as a redshirt, has four years of eligibility remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played wide receiver, defensive back and returned kicks and punts for coaches T. Roger Wrenn and Chris Smalls at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute . . . was a team captain . . . named the Offensive Player of the Year as well as earning the Varsity Football Orange Bowl Award and the Varsity Tradition Award . . . led his team to a 9-1 record and the city championship . . . also played baseball and ran track . . . helped lead the baseball team to three city championships and led the track team to a state runner-up finish . . . a four-year member of his school’s Honor Roll . . . born April 23, 1993 . . . son of Roshe and Bakeer Al-Mateen . . . a management major.

YEAR G UT-AT-TT TFL-YDS FF FR INT-YDS PBU SACKS-YDS 2011 13 15-18-33 5.5-(-24) 0 0 1-14 3 2.0-(-16) Career 13 15-18-33 5.5-(-24) 0 0 1-14 3 2.0-(-16)

#9 Doug

ALSTON 6-3 // 225 // Senior // Defensive Line East Orange, N.J. // Paterson Catholic

Damarr

AULTMAN

5-11 // 190 // Sophomore // Wide Receiver Wheatley Heights, N.Y. // Half Hollow Hills West 2011: Had a great first season...started five out of the 11 games he played in...caught 39 passes for 575 yards (14.7 ypc) and five scores...caught three balls for 49 yards and a score against Delaware (10/1)...made eight catches for 117 yards, including a 53-yard touchdown grab against Towson (11/5)...notched three catches for 64 yards against UMass (11/12)...made a career-high 12 catches for 105 yards and a score at New Hampshire (11/19)... had five catches for 117 yards, including 44-yard and 35-yard touchdown catches in the NCAA Playoff Second Round game at Appalachian State (12/3)...the 117 yards tied his career-high...made six catches for 108 yards in the NCAA Quarterfinal at Georgia Southern (12/10)...named a Maine Scholar-Athlete Award winner. 2010: Satout the season as a redshirt, has four years of eligibility remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played wide receiver and defensive back for coach Kyle Madden at Half Hollow Hills West H.S. . . . was a team captain . . . named All-Long Island, All- Tri-State and AllState at wide receiver . . . led his team to the All-Long Island football championship . . . also ran track and was named to the all-country team as well as winning a gold medal at the Millrose Games as part of the 4X400 relay team . . . was a member of his high school’s Honor Roll and a three year member of Athletes Helping Athletes . . . birn Jan. 13, 1992 . . . son of Shuwanda and David Alan Aultman . . . a marketing major.

YEAR 2011 Career

G 11 11

NO. YDS AVG. TD AVG/G LONG 39 575 14.7 5 52.3 53 39 575 14.7 5 52.3 53

2011: Started all 11 games he played in...made 25 tackles (12 ST, 13 AT) with 2.5 sacks (-16 yards) and three pass break-ups...also blocked a kick...made five tackles (2 ST. 3 AT) at Pittsburgh (9/10) with 1.5 sacks and a pass break-up...notched a pair of solo and assisted tackles at Albany (9/17)...also broke up a pass in the game...made five tackles (2ST, 3 AT), broke up a pass and blocked a kick against Delaware (10/1)...had a

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Sherrod

Aamad

5-10 // 160 // Redshirt Freshman // Defensive Back Fort Washington, Md. // Friendly High School

6-3 // 200 // Redshirt Freshman // Defensive Back Montclair, N.J. // Montclair

BALTIMORE 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt...has four years of eligiblity remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Captain for coach Peter Quaweay at Friendly High School...Named All-State, All-Met and All-County...Selected to play in the Crab Bowl and the Chick-Fil-A Bowl...A three-star recruit by Rivals...Also selected All-County and All-Met in basketball . . . led the team to the state finals while winning county and regional championships . . . born October 5, 1992 . . . son of Sharisse Baltimore . . . undecided upon major.

BUSH

2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt...has four years of eligibility remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played for coach Joe Fiore at Montclair High School...named All-County and All-Conference his junior and senior seasons ...led team to Group IV state championship game . . . also All-County in the high jump . . . born October 23, 1993 . . . son of Bayyinah Muslim and Nate Bush . . . undecided upon major.

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Gavin

Trevor

CALLAHAN

BATES 6-1 // 215 // Redshirt Freshman // Defensive End Westbrook, Maine // Westbrook 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt...has four years of eligibility remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Team captain for coach Jeff Guerette at Westbrook . . . an All-Conference selection and finalist for the outstanding lineman award . . . also played basketball and captained the baseball team . . . an Honor Roll member . . . born August 28, 1993 . . . son of Christy Bates . . . undecided upon major.

6-0 // 185 // Junior // Defensive Back Windsor, Vt. // Windsor 2011: Did not see any game action...named a Maine Scholar-Athlete Award winner.2010: Sat out the season as a redshirt . . . has four years of eligibility remaining .BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Selected to the Division III All-Vermont Team . . . earned the Pride of Vermont Award . . . also a standout at basketball...majoring in political science.

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Daniel

CARRIKER

Shawn

BODTMANN 5-11 // 215 // Junior // Linebacker Scranton, Pa. // West Scranton 2011:Played in seven games, earning two starts...notched 25 tackles (12 ST, 13AT), including 1.0 tacklesfor-loss (-2 yards) and .5 sacks (-1 yard)...also broke up a pass...made three tackles, inlcuding 1.0 tackles-forloss against Bryant (9/3)...had five tackles against FBS-foe Pittsburgh (9/10)...broke up a pass and had three tackles against Delaware (10/1)...made three tackles against Rhode Island (10/15)...had a career-high eight tackles against Richmond (10/22). 2010:Saw action in all 11 games making 28 tackles (14 ST, 14 AT), including 2.0 tackles-for-loss...Also had a forced fumble and an interception...Made a pair of tackles (1 ST, 1 AT) in first collegiate game against Albany (9/2)...Also had a pair of tackles (1 ST, 1 AT) against New Hampshire (10/2) to go with a forced fumble and an interception...Had five tackles (1 ST, 4 AT) at Delaware (10/9) and assisted on six tackles, including 0.5 tackles-for-loss against Villanova...Notched four solo tackles, including a tackle-for-loss at Rhode Island (10/23)...Had five tackles (3 ST, 2 AT) at Towson (11/13) ... Notched 0.5 tackles-for-loss against James Madison (11/20). 2009:Sat out the season as a redshirt . . . has four years of eligibility remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played linebacker, safety and running back for coach Michael DeAntona at West Scranton H.S. … served as a captain … helped guide his team to a pair of district championships … was rated a three-star recruit by Rivals.com following his senior season … was also rated the 18th-best prospect in the state of Pennsylvania following his senior campaign … earned all-conference and all-region honors twice … during his junior season, he rushed for over 1,000 yards and recorded more than 100 tackles … also ran track … was a member of his high school’s National Honor Society … born Nov. 26, 1990, son of Anthony and Roberta Kelly … a kinesiology & physical education major. YEAR G UT-AT-TT TFL-YDS FF FR INT-YDS PBU SACKS-YDS 2010 10 14-14-28 2.0-(-2) 1 0 1-2 0 0 2011 7 12-13-25 1.0-(-2) 0 0 0 1 0.5-(-1) Career 17 26-27-53 3.0-(-4) 1 0 1-2 1 0.5-(-1)

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6-2 // 295 // Redshirt Freshman // Offensive Line Alexandria, Va. // West Potomac 2011:Satout the season as a redshirt...has four years of eligibility remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Captain for coach Eric Henderson at West Potomac High School...named First Team Coaches All-Patriot District, First Team All-Northern Region, First Team Virginia Preps AAA All-State and Second Team Washington Post All-Met...also All-District in the shot put . . . earned his school’s student-athlete award . . . an Eagle Scout . . . born May 3, 1993 . . . son of Cynthia and Bradley Carriker . . . majoring in engineering.

#12 Carlton

CHARLES 6-0 // 245 // Sophomore // Fullback Windham, Maine // Windham 2011: Played in all 13 games...made three catches for 39 yards (13.0 ypc) and had three tackles on special teams... made a catch for 10 yards against Delaware (10/1)...had a 21-yard catch at James Madison (10/8)...had an eight-yard catch on a fourth down play that led to a first down and a touchdown against Villanova (10/29)...named a Maine Scholar-Athlete Award winner and to the CAA All-Academic Team.2010: Sat out the season as a redshirt . . . has four years of eligibility remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played at Windham High School . . . helped coach the team to a state championship . . . son of Raibonne and Pamela Charles . . . majoring in child development and family relations...brother, Raibonne, was an All-CAA defensive lineman for the Black Bears from 2007-11.

YEAR 2011 Career

G 13 13

NO. YDS AVG. TD AVG/G LONG 3 39 13.0 0 3.0 21 3 39 13.0 0 3.0 21

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Black Bear bios

Devin

CLARK 6-3 // 265 // Sophomore // Defensive End Baltimore, Md. // Dunbar 2011: Did not see any game action. 2010: Sat out the season as a redshirt . . . has four years of eligibility remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played on the offensive and defensive lines for coach Lawrence Smith at Dunbar High School . . . served as team captain . . . named to the all-state team for the offensive line . . . led team to three state championships . . . also swam and led lacrosse team to a city championship . . . a member of his school’s Honor Roll . . . born Jan. 20, 1991 . . . son of Shawne and Devin Clark . . . undecided upon major.

#15 Jamal

CLAY

at New Hampshire (11/19)...made four tackles including 1.5 tackles-for-loss (-12 yards) and 1.0 sacks in Maine’s NCAA Second Round Playoff win at Appalachian State (12/3). ..named a Maine Scholar-Athlete Award winner and 2010: Played in all 11 games, starting the last five games of the season . . . selected the team’s Defensive Rookie of the Year . . . made 39 tackles (18 ST, 21 AT), including tying for the team-lead with 6.5 tackles-for-loss (-31 yards) . . . also had three sacks for -19 yards . . . made a pair of tackles against Albany (9/2), including a tackle-for-loss (-1 yard) . . . also broke up two passes in the game . . . notched four solo tackles, including 2.0 tackles-for-loss (-5 yards) and a sack against Monmouth (9/11) . . . made three tackles against Syracuse (9/18) and New Hampshire . . . notched four tackles (2ST, 2AT), including a sack for -5 yards at Delaware (10/9) . . . had five tackles (2ST, 3AT), including 0.5 tackles-for-loss for -1 yard against Villanova (10/16) . . . had three tackles (1 ST, 2 AT), including a sack for -12 yards and blocked a kick against Massachusetts (11/6) . . . assisted on five tackles against Towson (11/13) . . . made six tackles (2 ST, 4AT), including a tackle-for-loss for -7 yards against James Madison. 2009: Sat out the season as a redshirt . . . has four years of eligibility remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played on the offensive and defensive lines for coach Mark Zielinski at North Brunswick Township H.S. … served as a captain … helped guide his team to a 7-3 record and a berth in the state playoffs … was a second-team all-state selection and a First-Team Group IV All-State honoree … was named to the New Jersey Super Prep 100 list … was named his school’s athlete of the year … also earned all-area, all-county and all-division honors as a lineman … also played basketball … born March 22, 1991 … son of Bill and Geri Cole … a kinesiology & physical education major/teaching and coaching.

YEAR G UT-AT-TT TFL-YDS FF FR INT-YDS PBU SACKS-YDS 2009 Redshirted 2010 11 18-21-39 6.5-(-31) 0 0 0 3 3.0-(-19) 2011 13 27-22-49 15.0-(-82) 2 2 0 4 11.0-(-78) Career 24 45-43-88 21.5-(-113) 2 2 0 7 14.0-(-97)

5-10 // 190 // Junior // Defensive Back Mahwah, N.J. // Mahwah 2011: Played in 10 games...made eight tackles (5ST, 3AT), recovered a fumble, had 1.0 sacks (-7 yards) and caught a pass...had a key fumble recovery against Richmond (10/22) that led to a score and spurred Maine’s come-frombehind victory...made two tackles including a sack for -7 yards at Villanova (10/29)...made a tackle against Towson (11/5) and had three against UMass (11/12)...notched a pair of tackles against New Hampshire (11/19). 2010:Played in seven games, notching five tackles (1 ST, 4 AT) ... made first collegiate tackle against William and May (9/25) . . . notched three tackles (1ST, 2 AT) against Villanova (10/16) . . . assisted on a tackle at Rhode Island (10/23). 2010 SPRING:Named the Scout Team Defensive Player of the Year. 2009: Sat out the season as redshirt . . . has four years of eligibility remaining . . . named a Maine Scholar-Athlete *Rising Star*. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played quarterback, wide receiver, running back and defensive back for coach Jeff Remo at Mahwah H.S. … served as a captain … twice led his team to a league championship … earned all-league and all-county honors as a running back and wide receiver … competed on the track & field teams … earned first-team all-league honors in the triple jump and honorable-mention accolades in the 55 meters during the indoor season … earned first-team all-league honors in the javelin and more honorable-mention accolades in the 55 meters during the outdoor campaign … born Nov. 15, 1990 … son of Anthony Williamson and Karen Clay-Williamson ... a communications major.

YEAR G UT-AT-TT TFL-YDS FF FR INT-YDS PBU SACKS-YDS 2009 Redshirted 2010 7 1-4-5 0 0 0 0 0 0 2011 10 5-3-8 1.0-(-7) 0 1 0 0 1.0-(-7) Career 17 6-7-13 1.0-(-7) 0 1 0 0 1.0-(-7)

#99 Michael

COLE

6-2 // 260 // Junior // Defensive Line North Brunswick, N.J. // North Brunswick 2012 PRESEASON: Named to the Beyond Sports Network Preseason All-American Third Team and the College Football Performance Award Watch List. 2011: Named to the All-CAA Second Team...started all 13 games making 49 tackles (27 ST, 22 AT) with 15.0 tackles-for-loss (-82 yards) and a CAA-leading 11.0 sacks (-78 yards)...also forced a pair of fumbles, recovered a pair of fumbles, broke up four passes and blocked four kicks...made five tackles, inlcuding 1.5 tackles-for-loss (-2 yards) with 0.5 sacks (-1 yard) against Bryant (9/2)...made eight tackles, including 3.0 tackles-for-loss (-19 yards) and 2.5 sacks at Pittsburgh (9/10)...was named a BSN Defensive Line Player of the Week for his efforts against the Panthers...made five tackles, broke up a pass and blocked a kick against Rhode Island (10/15)...had three tackles, including 2.0 sacks (-13 yards) and blocked a point-after-attempt that was scooped up and returned for two points by Jerron McMillian to spearhead Maine’s comeback win...notched four tackles including 1.0 sacks (-5 yards), forced a funble and blocked a kick against Towson (11/5)...made seven tackles, including 1.0 tackles-for-loss , broke up a pass and recovered two fumbles including a touchdown that gave Maine the lead en route to a win over UMass (11/12)...he was named the recipient of the New England Football Writers’ Gridiron Club of Greater Boston Gold Helmet Award for his performance...notched six solo tackles, including 3.0 sacks (-25 yards)

#53 Nicholas

COX

5-11 // 200 // Junior // Linebacker Dorchester, Mass. // Avon Old Farms 2011: Played in four games on special teams, including against Bryant (9/3), at Pittsburgh (9/10), at Richmond (10/22) and at Villanova (10/29).BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played at Avon Old Farms where he was also a track standout.


black bear bios #45 CJ

DAWSON 6-2 // 225 // Redshirt Freshman // Fullback Natick, Mass. // New Hampton 2011:Satout the season as a redshirt...has four years of eligiblity remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL:Played for coach Ed Kiley at New Hampton...named to the All-Evergreen League Team while at New Hampton..played for coach Lamb at Natick High School and was named to the All-Bay State Conference Team...born October 18, 1991 . . . son of Debra Dawson . . . undecided upon major.

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Donte

DENNIS

Troy

EASTMAN

6-0 // 220 // Senior // Linebacker Rahway, N.J. // Rahway 2012 PRESEASON:Named to the College Sports Network Preseason All-CAA Second Team. 2011:Sat out the season as a medical redshirt. 2010: Named to the All-CAA Third Team . . .atarted all 11 games . . . led team with 108 tackles (57 ST, 51 AT) . . .also had 3.0 tackles-for-loss (-12 yards) and a sack . . . broke up four passes and recovered a fumble . . . made eight tackles (5 ST, 3 AT) to go with a sack (-8 yards), a fumble recovery and a pass break up against Albany (9/2) . . . had eight stops (4 ST, 4 AT) and broke up a pass against William and Mary (9/25) . . . notched seven tackles (5 ST, 2 AT) and a pass break up against New Hampshire (10/2) . . . had 17 tackles (9 ST, 8 AT), including a TFL at Delaware (10/9) . . . made 12 tackles (4 ST, 8 AT), including a TFL against Villanova (10/16) . . . had six solo tackles and assistsed on another at Rhode Island (10/23) . . . tied his season high with 17 tackles (13 ST, 4 AT) at Massachusetts (11/6) . . .had 10 stops (3 ST, 7 AT) against Towson (11/13) . . . made 11 tackles (2 ST, 9 AT) against James Madison (11/20) . . . PRESEASON: Named to the Phil Steele Preseason All-CAA Second Team. 2009: Named to the All-CAA Third Team . . . named to the CAA All-Academic Team . . . fifth in the CAA with 106 tackles (51 ST, 55 AT) and tied for eighth with four interceptions . . . made 10 tackles (4 ST, 6 AT) against St. Cloud State (9/3) . . . had eight tackles (4 ST, 4 AT), including 2.0 for loss against Northeastern (9/12) . . . had 10 tackles (3 ST, 7 AT) including 2.0 for loss at Albany (9/19) . . . had a career-high 23 tackles (9 ST, 14 AT), including 2.5 for loss and a sack against Delaware (10/3) . . . grabbed two interceptions, recovered a fumble and made 10 tackles (6 ST, 4 AT) against Hofstra (10/10) . . . notched 11 tackles (5 ST, 6 AT), including one for loss, recovered a fumble and had two interceptions against No. 19 Massachusetts (10/31) . . . was named the CAA’s Defensive Player of the Week for the effort . . . made nine tackles (5 ST, 4 AT) at James Madison (11/7) . . . made nine tackles (3 ST, 6 AT) against Rhode Island (11/14) . . . a Maine Scholar-Athlete Award winner. 2008: Saw action in nine games, primarily on special teams, including in the playoffs at Northern Iowa (11/29) … recorded nine tackles (4 ST, 5 AT), including one sack (-9 yards) … made two tackles and a sack against Iona (11/1) … registered two stops at Massachusetts (11/8) … was named a Maine Scholar-Athlete Rising Star. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played running back and linebacker for Gary Mobley at Rahway H.S. … served as a captain during his senior season … helped lead his team to a conference championship and four-straight seasons of reaching the state semifinals … earned New Jersey Group II First-Team All-State honors twice … earned first-team all-county honors twice … ranked No. 45 on the New Jersey Super 100 list … also played basketball in high school … earned Student-of-the-Month honors in February 2008 … reached honors level classes in history and English for three years … born Nov. 23, 1989 … son of Byron Dennis and Adrianne Simmons-Dennis … a sociology major. YEAR 2008 2009 2010 Career

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G UT-AT-TT TFL-YDS FF FR INT-YDS PBU SACKS-YDS 9 4-5-9 1.0-(-9) 0 0 0-0 0 1.0-(-9) 11 50-56-106 9.0-(-31) 0 2 4-49 3 1.0-(-9) 11 57-51-108 3.0-(-12) 0 1 0 4 1.0-(-8) 31 111-112-223 13.0-(-52) 0 3 4-49 7 3.0-(-26)

6-1 // 210 // Junior // Linebacker Rahway, N.J. // Rahway 2011: Played in all 13 games...made 33 tackles (16 ST, 17 ST), including 1.0 tackles-for-loss...made a pair of tackles against Bryant (9/3) and Albany (9/17)...had three tackles against Delaware (10/1) and Rhode Island (10/15)...had four tackles against Villanova (10/29)...notched five tackles, including a tackle-for-loss against Towson (11/5)...made three tackles against UMass (11/12)...made four tackles in Maine’s NCAA Second Round Playoff win at Appalachian State (12/3) and five tackles at Georgia Southern (12/10) in Maine’s NCAA Quarterfinal contest. 2010: Saw action in 10 games, making eight tackles (2 ST, 6 AT) and broke up a pass . . . assisted on three tacklles against Williams and Mary (9/25) . . . notched three tackles (2 ST, 1 AT) against New Hampshire (10/2) . . . assisted on a tackle and broke up a pass against Delaware (10/9) . . . also had an assisted tackle against Villanova (10/16). 2009: Sat out the season as a redshirt . . . has four years of eligibility remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played quarterback and free safety for coach Gary Mobley at Rahway H.S. … was a two-time captain … helped guide his team to the 2008 New Jersey state finals … led his team to a No. 1 ranking in Union County in 2007 and 2008 … guided his team to a conference title in 2007 … helped his team reach the state semifinals from 2006-07 … was named to the New Jersey SuperPrep 100 … earned first-team all-state honors as a senior … was named the HNT Offensive Player of the Year … also played basketball and helped guide his team to the state championship in 2006 … also threw the javelin and was an all-state performer in the event … was a member of his high school’s Honor Roll … born Nov. 7, 1990 … son of Roy and Darlene Eastman … a sociology major. YEAR 2010 2011 Career

G UT-AT-TT TFL-YDS FF FR INT-YDS PBU SACKS-YDS 10 2-6-8 0 0 0 0 1 0 13 16-17-33 1.0-1 0 0 0 0 0 23 18-23-41 1.0-(-8) 0 0 0 1 0

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John

EBELING 6-4 // 210 // Junior // Quarterback/WR Mahwah, N.J. // Mahwah 2011: Saw action in all 13 games on special teams and as a slot receiver late in the season...made two receptions for 24 yards and both for touchdowns in the NCAA Playoffs...made a tackle against Albany (9/17) and Delaware (10/1)...had a key 21 yard touchdown grab at Appalachian State (12/3)...made three-yard touchdown catch at Georgia Southern (12/10). 2010: Did not see any game action. 2009: Sat out the season as a redshirt . . . has four years of eligibility remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played quarterback and defensive back for coach Jeff Remo at Mahwah H.S. … served as a captain during his senior season … helped guide his team to the state playoffs in 2007 and 2008 … earned first-team all-league honors and second-team all-county honors during his senior season … produced 20 total touchdowns during his final campaign, while also compiling over 2,000 yards of offense … also played basketball and ran track …

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earned first-team all-league honors as a point guard and helped lead his team to the state semifinals as a junior … earned all-league honors in the high jump … was a member of his high school’s Honor Roll … born Feb. 4, 1990 … son of Ken and Patricia Ebeling … a business management major. YEAR G 2009 Redshirted 2010 2011 13 Career 13

Jeff

NO. YDS AVG. TD AVG/G LONG 2 2

24 12.0 2 24 12.0 2

GAKOS

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#44 Kris

ENSLEN 6-5 // 260 // Senior // Defensive Line Middletown, Del. // Caravel Academy 2011: Came back from injury to play against Georgia Southern (12/10) in NCAA Playoffs...made a pair of tackles in the game. 2010: Saw action in 10 games, including six starts . . . made 25 tackles (10 ST, 15 AT), including 3.5 tackles-for-loss (-6 yards) . . . notched a pair of tackles against Albany (9/2) and at Monmouth (9/11) . . . also had 0.5 tackle-for-loss at Monmouth . . . had three tackles (2 ST, 1 AT), inlcuding a tackle-for-loss (-2 yards) at Syracuse (9/18) . . . had four stops (2 ST, 2 AT) including a tackle-for-loss (-2 yards) against New Hampshire (10/2) . . . had four tackles ( 3 ST, 1 AT) against Rhode Island (10/23) . . . notched a tackle-for-loss against Massachusetts (11/6) . . . assisted on three tackles against James Madison (11/20). 2009: Started all five games he played in before suffering an injury . . . had 25 tackles (9 ST, 16 AT), including 3.0 for loss (-15 yards) and 2.0 sacks (-7 yards) . . . made eight tackles (8 AT) against St. Cloud State (9/3) . . . had seven tackles (5 ST, 2 AT) including 3.0 tackles-for-loss and 2.0 sacks against Northeastern (9/12) . . . broke up a pass and had five tackles (5 AT) against Albany (9/19) . . . broke up a pass at Syracuse (9/26). 2008: Sat out the season as a redshirt … has four years of eligibility remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played tight end and outside linebacker for coach Mike Arvanno at Caravel Academy … helped lead his team to the 2005 state championship and four-consecutive trips to the state finals … helped lead his team to a 44-5 record in four years, including a 23-0 home record … also wrestled and competed on his high school’s track & field team … placed seventh in the 110-meter hurdles at the Delaware state championships … earned academic all-state honors in wrestling … honored twice on the Headmaster’s List for academic achievement … born March 29, 1990 … son of Jim and Peggy Enslen ... a kinesiology & physical education major/ exercise science. YEAR G UT-AT-TT TFL-YDS FF FR INT-YDS PBU SACKS-YDS 2008 Redshirted 2009 5 9-16-25 3.0-(-15) 0 0 0-0 2 2.0-7 2010 10 10-15-25 3.5-(-6) 0 0 0-0 0 0.0-0 2011 1 1-1-2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0.0-0 Career 16 20-32-52 6.5-(-21) 0 0 0-0 2 2.0-7

#13 Justin

FLORES 6-1 // 185 // Redshirt Freshman // Wide Receiver Woburn, Mass. // Tilton School 2011:Sat out the season as a redshirt...has four years of eligibility remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL:Named the North Team MVP of the Agganic Classic . . . named an Evergreen League All-Star at Tilton.

6-4 // 290 // Junior // Offensive Line Basking Ridge, N.J. // Ridge 2011: Started all 13 games at the left guard position for an offensive line that produced the first 3,000-yard passer in school history (Warren Smith) and a 1,000-yard rusher (Pushaun Brown)...the line gave up a leaguelow 1.54 sacks per game. 2010: Saw game time against New Hampshire (10/2) and Villanova (10/16). 2009: Sat out the season as a redshirt . . . has four years of eligibility remaining . . . BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played on the offensive and defensive lines for coach Tony Mottola at Ridge H.S. … served as a captain … helped lead his team to a 9-2 record and a berth in the Group IV semifinals … earned First-Team Group IV All-State honors … also earned first-team all-conference and all-county honors twice … earned secondteam all-conference honors as a sophomore … born Oct. 18, 1990 … son of Peter and Mary Beth Gakos … major is undecided. YEAR GP/GS 2010 2/0 2011 13/13 Career 15/13

#12 Cabrinni

GONCALVES

5-10 // 180 // Sophomore // Running Back Taunton, Mass. // Taunton 2011: Did not see any game action. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL:Named an Old Colony League All-Star . . . led his team to a league title.

#85 Najee

GREEN 6-2 // 185 // Redshirt Freshman // Wide Receiver Accokeek, Md. // Gwynn Park 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt...has four years of eligiblity remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL:Captain for coach Danny Hayes at Gwynn Park High School...named All-County...selected for the Prince George’s County Chick-Fil-A Bowl and the Maryland Crab Bowl . . . an Honor Roll student . . . born December 31, 1992 . . . son of Sharon Ellis-Green and Robert Green . . . undecided upon major.

#87 John

HARDY 6-1 // 178 // Redshirt Freshman // Wide Receiver Portland, Maine // Deering 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt...has four years of eligiblity remaining.BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL:Named First Team All-State by the Maine Sunday Telegram...caught 51 passes for 924 yards and nine touchdowns as a senior...led his Deering team to the 2010 Western Maine Class ‘A’ Championship game.


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YEAR G NO. NET AVG. TD AVG/G LONG 2010 Redshirted 2011 12 69 326 4.7 5 27.7 54 Career 12 69 326 4.7 5 27.7 54

Brian

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HARVEY

Joe

5-9 // 180 // Senior // Kicker/Punter Wayland, Mass. // Wayland 2012 PRESEASON: Named to the Fred Mitchell Award Watch List. 2011: Played in all 13 games...made 8-14 field goals with a long of 41 and was 41-44 on extra points...also had 14 kickoffs for 625 yards (44.6 avg.)... was a perfect 4-4 in extra points against Bryant (9/3)...was 3-3 in extra points and had two kickoffs for 104 yards at Pittsburgh (9/10)...went 4-4 in extra points and made a 27-yard field goal and made all four extra point attempts against Albany (9/17)...nailed a 31-yard field goal and made four extra points against Delaware (10/1)...made a pair of extra points and made the game-tying 34-yard field goal with 44 seconds left to send game into overtime at James Madison (10/8)...made 3-3 extra points at Richmond (10/22)... made all four extra points against Towson and two against UMass (11/12)...also made two field goals against the Minutemen...made a career-long 41-yard field goal at New Hampshire (11/19) and added three extra points...made 4-5 extra points at Appalachian State (12/3) in the NCAA Playoffs...made a 21-yard field goal and both extra points at Georgia Southern (12/10) in the NCAA Quarterfinal contest...named to the CAA All-Academic Team and a Maine Scholar-Athlete Award winner. 2010: Played in all 11 games . . . named to the CAA All-Academic Team . . . was the starting placekicker and went 7-10 on field goals with a long of 37 . . . also was 20-21 on PATs and had five kickoffs for 240 yards... made a 23-yard field goals and all four of his point-after attempts against Monmouth (9/11) . . . made two PATs at Syracuse (9/18) and thre against William and Mary (9/25) . . . made the game-winning 37-yard field goal in overtime to beat New Hampshire (10/2) . . . would garner CAA Special Teams Performer of the Week honors for his effort . . . nailed a 34-yard field goal at Massachusetts (11/6) and had a pair of field goals at Towson (11/13). 2009: Missed the season due to injury. 2008: Saw action in 10 games, including serving a majority of the time as the team’s starting placekicker … made five field goals on the season, including a 40-yarder at Iowa (8/30) in his first collegiate game. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Kicked, punted, played defensive back, running back and quarterback for coach Scott Parseghian at Wayland H.S. ... set the school record for longest field goal (49 yards) and touchbacks (22) ... was a two-time Dual County League All-Star and two-time special teams player of the year ... helped lead his team to a state championship in 2006 and back-to-back conference titles ... also ran track, played baseball and rugby ... was on the honor roll all four years ... won a Good Samaritan Award ... born Jan. 26, 1990 ... son of Ken and Kara Harvey ... a business administration major. YEAR XPM-A FGM-A 2008 20-21 5-13 2009 Injured 2010 20-21 7-10 2011 41-44 8-14 Career 81-86 20-37

PCT 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 LG .385 0-0 2-5 2-6 1-2 0-0 40 .700 0-0 4-4 3-4 .571 0-0 4-6 3-6 .540 0-0 10-15 8-16

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#26 David

HOOD

5-10 // 190 // Sophomore // Running Back Galloway, N.J. // Absegami 2011: Played in 12 games including a start against Towson (11/5)...rushed 69 times for 326 yards (4.7 ypr) and five scores...also caught four passes for 32 yards and made eight tackles on special teams...had a one-yard touchdown plunge and two special teams tackles against Pittsburgh (9/10)...rushed six time for 25 yards and made a pair of catches for 20 yards at Albany (9/17)...rushed 13 times for 77 yards including a five-yard touchdown at Richmond (10/22)...notched a one-yard touchdown at Villanova (10/29)...rushed a career-high 23 times for 85 yards and a score against Towson (11/5)...rushed four times for 88 yards including a 54-yard touchdown against Appalachian State (12/3) in Maine’s NCAA playoff win. 2010: Satout the season as a redshirt . . . has four years of eligibility remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played for coach Dennis Scuderi Jr. at Absegami High School . . . named a Press of Atlantic City first-team all-star . . . also named to the All-Cape-Atlantic League Football first-team . . . rushed for 1,091 yards on 149 carries (7.3 ypc) . . . born Oct. 11, 1992 . . . son of Lisa and David Hood Sr.

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Hook

6-5 // 290 // Junior // Offensive Line Westfield, Mass. // Westfield 2011: Missed the season due to injury. 2011 SPRING: Named the team’s Offensive Rookie of the Year. 2010: Started 10 out of the 11 games he played in . . . helped an offensive line that gave up a league-low 12 sacks. 2009: Sat out the season as a redshirt . . .has four years of eligibility remaining . . . BEFORE MAINE/ PERSONAL: Played offensive tackle for coach William Moore at Westfield H.S. … made two appearances in the Western-Central Mass Super Bowl … was a nominee for the Mass All-State Team … earned First-Team All-Western Mass honors … was his team’s offensive MVP … also earned all-conference honors … also played lacrosse … born March 22, 1991 … son of Melvyn Hook and Nancy O’Neill … major is undecided.

#50 Chris

HOWLEY

6-3 // 305 // Senior // Offensive Line Runnemede, N.J. // Triton 2012 PRESEASON: Named to the Sports Network Preseason All-American Second Team, the Beyond Sports Network Preseason All-American Second Team, the College Sports Madness Preseason All-CAA First Team and the All-CAA Preseason Team as voted on by CAA coaches and sports information personnel. 2011: Named to the All-CAA First Team, the New England Football Writers All-New England Team, an ECAC Second Team All-Star...anochored an offensive line that produced the first 3,000-yard passer in school history (Warren Smith) and a 1,000-yard rusher (Pushaun Brown)...the line gave up a league-low 1.54 sacks per game. 2011 PRESEASON: Named to Phil Steele’s Preseason All-CAA First Team . . . also named Phil Steele Preseason Fouth Team All-American . . . named a Consensus Draft Services Preseason All-American honorable mention. 2010: Started all 11 games . . . named to the All-CAA Third Team . . . anchored a line that gave up a league-low 12 sacks. 2009: Saw action in nine games, starting in eight . . . helped anchor an offensive line that produced the most prolific passing offense in the CAA (247.7 ypg). 2008: Sat out the season as a redshirt … has four years of eligibility remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played on the offensive and defensive lines for coach Pete Goetz at Triton H.S. ... served as a captain during his senior season ... helped lead his team to back-to-back Olympic Conference championships in 2005-06 ... also helped lead his team to state playoff appearances each of those two seasons ... during his junior season, he earned all-conference honors and was voted his team’s most improved player ... during his senior season, he earned first-team all-conference and all-state honors ... he was named the Touchdown Club of South Jersey’s 2007 Lineman of the Year ... he also earned all-south Jersey honors from the Philadelphia Inquirer ... also wrestled for his high school team ... won the 2006 Olympic Conference heavyweight championship ... won the 2007 Black Horse Pike Regional Outstanding Contributor to the Community Award ... born Jan. 23, 1990 ... son of Christopher and Deborah Howley, stepfather is Charles Cook ... a secondary education major/history. YEAR GP/GS 2009 10/9 2010 11/11 2011 13/13 Career 34/33

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#5

Kendall

JAMES

5-11 // 175 // Junior // Defensive Back Roselle, N.J. // Union Country Academy

#64 Chase

HOYT

6-4 // 265 // Redshirt Freshman // Offensive Line West Chester, Pa. // Bayard Rustin 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt...has four years of eligibility remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL:Captain for coach Mike St. Clair at Bayard Rustin High School...All-Area Player of the Year...First Team All-Area, First Team All-Chesmont and First Team All-Southeastern Pennsylvania . . . led team to 2008, 2009 and 2010 Chesmont Championship and the 2008 District I title . . . four-year starter. . . and also wrestled . . . born August 15, 1992 . . . son of Gina and Stephen Hoyt . . . majoring in biology.

#3

Darlos

JAMES

5-10 // 175 // Senior // Defensive Back Mt. Vernon, N.Y. // Iona Prep 2011: Started in 12 out of the 13 games he played in...made 48 tackles (30 ST, 18 AT), including 1.0 tackle-for-loss (-2 yards) ... also had four intereceptions for 18 yards... notched his first career pick at Pittsburgh (9/10)...made four tackles and had an interception at Albany (9/17)...made seven tackles and returned an interception 17 yards against Delaware (10/1)...notched five tackles at James Madison (10/8) and against Rhode Island (10/15)...broke up a pair of passes and made five stops at Richmond (10/22)...made five stops against UMass (11/12)...picked off a pass and had three tackles at New Hampshire (11/19)...made five stops, including a tackle-for-loss and broke up a pass in Maine’s NCAA Second Round win at Appalachian State (12/3)...made seven tackles in Maine’s NCAA quarterfinal contest at Georgia Southern (12/10). 2010: Started a pair of contests while playing in all 11 games . . . notched 13 tackles (5 ST, 8 AT) . . . assisted on a stop against William and Mary (9/25) . . . had five tackles (2 ST, 3 AT) against Rhode Island (10/23) . . . made three stops at UMass (11/6) . . . notched four tackles (1 ST, 3 AT) against

2011: Started all 13 games...named to the All-CAA Third Team...made 50 tackles (35 ST, 15 AT), picked off three passes, broke up four passes, forced a fumble and recovered a fumble...had four stops against Bryant (9/3)...had three stops and an interception against Pittsburgh (9/10)...notched eight stops against James Madison (10/8)...recovered a fumble and broke up a pass against Rhode Island (10/15)...had six stops and broke up a pass against Richmond (10/22)...picked off a pass and forced a fumble against Towson (11/5)... made five tackles and broke up a pass against UMass (11/12)...made seven tackles, intercepted a pass and broke up a pass in Maine’s NCAA Second Round win at Appalachian State (12/3). 2010: Saw action in all 11 games . . . made 16 tackles (11 ST, 5 AT) . . . made a solo tackle and assisted on two against Albany (9/2) . . . notched a pair of solo tackles at Mommouth (9/11) . . . had three stops (2 ST, 1 AT) against Villanova (10/16) . . . made two solo stops at Towson (11/13). 2009: Sat out the season as a redshirt . . . has four years of eligibility remaining . . . named a Maine Scholar-Athlete Rising Star. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played defensive back and wide receiver for coach Kenneth Wiggins at Union County Academy of Information & Technology … served as a captain … helped lead his team to its first winning record in 10 years … was voted to play in the 2009 New Jersey vs. Northeast All-Star Game … was named to the Super 100 All-State Team and Super 60 Team … earned all-conference and all-league honors during both his junior and senior seasons … set the school record with a 103-yard interception return for a touchdown … also played basketball … was a three-year starter at point guard … led his team to a sectional championship during his junior season and earned all-county defensive team honors … also ran track and helped lead his team to a state title his junior season … took part in several honors classes in high school … born June 29, 1991 … son of Leslie James and Patricia Ryans-James … majoring in business administration. YEAR 2010 2011 Career

G UT-AT-TT TFL-YDS FF FR INT-YDS PBU SACKS-YDS 11 11-5-16 0.0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0.0-0 13 35-15-50 0.0-0 1 1-0 3-(-9) 4 0.0-0 24 46-20-66 0.0-0 1 1-0 3-(-9) 4 0.0-0

#83 Derrick

JOHNSON

5-11 // 180 // Junior // Wide Receiver Hempstead, N.Y. // Holy Trinity 2011: Started the first three games before suffering a season-ending injury...made 13 receptions for 112 yards (8.6 ypc)...also rushed twice for 12 yards and returned a kickoff for 21 yards...had three receptions for 21 yards against Bryant (9/3)...made five catches for 54 yards at Pittsburgh (9/10)...had five catches for 37 yards at Albany (9/17)...also returned a kick for 21 yards and notched a special teams tackle. 2010: Played in all 11 games, starting in three . . . made 12 catches for 99 yards (8.3 ypc) while rushing three times for 15 yards . . . also notched six tackles (5 ST, 1 AT) on special teams and recovered a fumble . . . had four kick returns for 106 yards . . . notched a pair of catches for 28 yards at Monmouth (9/11), including a 19-yard reception


black bear bios . . . had a 25-yard run against New Hampshire (10/2) . . . made a pair of grabs against Villanova (10/16) . . . had three catches for 39 yards, including a 24-yard reception at UMass (11/6) . . . returned three kicks for 90 yards, inlcuding a 41-yard return at Towson (11/13). 2009: Sat out the season as a redshirt . . . has four years of eligibility remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played wide receiver for coach Tony Mascia at Holy Trinity H.S. … helped lead his team to the 2008 Catholic High School Football League AA championship … caught 32 passes for 350 yards and two touchdowns in only five games as a junior (missed the rest of the season with an injury) … caught 35 passes for 530 yards and seven scores as a senior … also ran track … earned all-county honors in the sport … born July 6, 1991 … son of Daryl Johnson and Kim Davenport … majoring in psychology. YEAR 2010 2011 Career

G 11 3 14

NO. YDS AVG. TD AVG/G LONG 12 99 8.3 0 9.0 24 13 112 8.6 0 37.3 24 25 211 8.4 0 15.1 24

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Bruce

JOHNSON

6-3 // 265 // Redshirt Freshman // Offensive Lineman Rochester, N.Y. // Gates Chili 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt...has four years of eligibility remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played for coach Jason Benham at Gates Chili High School...two-time Lineman of the Year...two-time All-Monroe County, an All-State selection and All-Greater Rochester honoree. . . born December 4, 1992 . . . son of Bruce and Gail Johnson . . .undecided upon major.

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Isaiah

JONES

6-0 // 175 // Redshirt Freshman // Wide Receiver Orange, Mass. // Mahar Regional 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt...has four years of eligibility remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Captain for coach Jim Woodward at Mahar Regional...Named All-State...three-time All-Western Massachusetts...rushed for the fourth-most yards in Western Massachusetts history (5,208) . . . led team to an undefeated 2009 season and a Super Bowl title . . . also played basketball and the track team to a Western Massachusetts title . . . member of the National Junior Honor Society . . . born July 18, 1992 . . . son of Glenna and Ronnie Jones . . . majoring in exercise science.

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Zedric

JOSEPH 5-9 // 190 // Junior // Running Back Orchard Park, N.Y. // Erie Community College 2011: Sat out the season. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played for coach Dennis Greene at Erie Community College...named First Team All-Conference at running back and Second Team All-Conference at kick returner... played at Palm Beach Central High School . . . set school record for single game receiving and most kick returns for touchdowns . . . also set the school record in the 100 meter dash . . . born April 16, 1990 . . . son of Dorena Brooks and Mark Joseph . . . undecided upon major.

#95 Michael

KOZLAKOWSKI

6-0 // 235 // Redshirt Freshman // Defensive End Lynbrook, N.Y. // Lynbrook

2011: Satout the season as a redshirt...has four years of eligiblity remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Captain for coach Stephen LoCicero at Lynbrook High School...named First Team All-State and First Team All-Long Island... Nassau County Championship Defensive MVP, Long Island Championship MVP and a Thorp Award finalist . . . led team to a Nassau County and Long Island Championship . . . also played lacrosse . . . born April 5, 1993 . . . son of Annamarie and Jimmy Kozlakowski . . . undecided upon major.

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Mike

KUHN

5-11 // 195 // Senior // Defensive Back Martinsville, N.J. // Immaculata 2011: Played in 12 games registering eight tackles (3 ST, 5 AT) and a blocked a punt...notched a tackle against Bryant (9/3), Albany (9/17), Villanova (10/29) and UMass (11/12)...had a pair of tackles against New Hampshire (11/19) and in Maine’s NCAA Second Round game against Appalachian State (12/3)...also blocked a punt in the game. 2010: Missed the season due to injury. 2009: Played in 10 games . . . notched six tackles (3 ST, 3 AT) and a blocked punt . . . had two assisted tackles against St. Cloud State (9/3) . . . made three tackles (2 ST, 1 AT) against Delaware (10/3) . . . blocked a punt aagainst Rhode Island (11/14) . . . also returned a punt for seven yards in the game . . . made a tackle and returned a kick for two yards against No. 9 New Hampshire (11/21). 2008: Saw action in nine games, primarily on special teams, including in the playoffs at Northern Iowa (11/29) … made only tackle of the season in the playoffs. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played safety and running back for coach Pierce Fraunheim at Immaculata H.S. … served as a captain … helped lead his team to a 12-0 record and the state title during his junior season … helped lead his team to an 11-1 record and a state runner-up finish during his senior year … earned second-team parochial all-state honors as a defensive back … also earned first-team all-county and all-conference honors at defensive back … earned all-area honors as a running back … was a 2006 Nike Camp All-American … was rated as one of the top 30 players in New Jersey by the Newark Star-Ledger … also competed in track and earned all-state honors … owns the school record in both the 100 and 200-meters … took part in honors English courses all four years of high school … born Sept. 14, 1989 … son of Mike and Kathleen Kuhn … an international business major. YEAR G UT-AT-TT TFL-YDS FF FR INT-YDS PBU SACKS-YDS 2008 9 0-1-1 0.0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0.0-0 2009 10 3-3-6 0.0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0.0-0 2010 Medical Redshirt 2011 12 3-5-8 0.0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0.0-0 Career 31 6-9-15 0.0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0.0-0

#43 Matthew

LEBLANC

6-2 // 225 // Redshirt Freshman // Linebacker Holden, Mass. // Wachusett Regional 2011:Satout the season as a redshirt...has four years of eligiblity remianing. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL:Captain for coach Mike Dubzinski at Wachusett Regional High School...named a Central Massachusetts AllStar, a Worcester Telegram and Gazette All-Star and to the Super 26 All-State Team . . . led team to a pair of

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Division I Championships . . . also played baseball, basketball and track.. .named to the National Society of High School Scholars . . . born August 21, 1992 . . . son of Karen and Mark LeBlanc . . . a business management major.

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Maurice

McDONALD

Michael

MANGIARELLI 6-0 // 185 // Junior // Defensive Back Warren, Ohio // Howland

2011: Played in all 13 games...notched 22 tackles (10 ST, 12 AT), returned a kick for 7 yards and returned a punt... had six tackles against Bryant (9/3)...made a pair of stops against Albany (9/17), James Madison (10/8), Rhode Island (10/15)...had three stops against UMass (11/12) and three stops in Maine’s NCAA Second Round game at Appalachian State (12/3)...named a Maine Scholar-Athlete Award winner and to the CAA All-Academic Team. 2010: Played in eight games as a true freshman . . . notched eight tackles (4 ST, 4 AT) and an interception . . . had a solo tackle at Syracuse (9/18) . . . had first career interception and also had a solo tackle against William and Mary (9/25) . . . made a career-high four tackles (1 ST, 3 AT) against Villanova (10/16) . . . notched a solo tackle at Rhode Island (10/23). BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played defensive back, running back, wide receiver and returned kicks for coach Richard Angle at Howland High School . . . named all-league, all-county and all-state . . . named his team’s offensive MVP and won the Best Defensive Back Award . . . a Football Player of the Year finalist . . . also ran track and was a three-time all-league selection and a two-time all-state choice . . . a member of the National Honor Society and an Honor Roll member . . . born Sept. 18, 1991 . . . son of Paula and Robert Mangiarelli . . . a kinesiology and physical education major.

YEAR 2010 2011 Career

G UT-AT-TT TFL-YDS FF FR INT-YDS PBU SACKS-YDS 8 4-4-8 0.0-0 0 0 1-5 0 0.0-0 13 10-12-22 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 0.0-0 21 14-16-30 0.0-0 0 0 1-5 0 0.0-0

#78 Will

MARTIN

6-2 // 285 // Senior // Offensive Line Port Republic, N.J. // Sacred Heart University 2011: Played in a pair of contests including at Villanova (10/29) and in Maine’s NCAA Quarterfinal game at Georgia Southern (12/10). 2010: Saw action against Syracuse (9/18). 2009: Sat out the 2009 season as due to NCAA transfer rules ... transferred to Maine from Sacred Heart and took part in the 2009 spring practice with the Black Bears. 2008 (SACRED HEART): Appeared in all 11 games, starting 10 of them at offensive guard. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played on both the offensive and defensive lines for coach Bill Walsh at Holy Spirit H.S. ... served as a captain during his senior season ... earned all-league, All-South Jersey and all-state honors as an offensive lineman ... also participated in the Governor’s Bowl ...helped guide his team to an undefeated record in 2007 and to the New Jersey Non-Public Group 3 State Championship ... also wrestled ... born May 14, 1990 ... son of Karen and Gary Martin ... a kinesiology & physical education major/ teaching and coaching.

#51 John

McCABE

6-0 // 215 // Redshirt Freshman // Linebacker Winslow, Maine // Winslow 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt...has four years of eligiblity remaining...named a Maine Scholar-Athlete *Rising Star*. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL:Captain for coach Mike Siviski at Winslow High School... named First Team All-Conference...Two-time Defensive Player of the Year while also earning Offensive Player of the Year accolades . . . also played baseball and basketball . . . named to the Honor Roll . . . born April 8, 1993 . . . son of Sandra and Timothy McCabe . . . majoring in kinesiology and physical education.

6-0 // 180 // Senior // Wide Receiver Lanoka Harbor, N.J. // Toms River North 2012 PRESEASON: Named to the Beyond Sports Network Preseason All-American Third Team and the College Sports Madness Preseason All-CAA First Team. 2011: Named to the All-CAA First Team and the New England Football Writers All-New England Football Team...started the first nine games of the season before suffering a season-ending injury...made 58 grabs for 591 yards (10.2 ypc) and five scores...made six catches for 52 yards against Bryant (9/3)...notched a touchdown grab at FBS-foe Pittsburgh (9/10)...had four catches for 55 yards and a score at Albany (9/17)...had nine catches for 67 yards and a touchdown at James Madison (10/8)... had nine catches for a career-high 139 yards, including a 41-yard touchdown grab against Rhode Island (10/15)...had a career-high 1 1 catches for 96 yards at Richmond (10/22)...caught eight passes for 96 yards a n d a touchdown at Villanova (10/29)...made five catches for 49 yards against Towson (11/5). 2010: Played in all 11 games, including a start at Towson (11/13) . . . made 12 catches for 135 yards (11.3 ypc) . . . made a pair of catches for 21 yards against Monmouth (9/11) . . . had a nine-yard grab against Delaware (10/9) . . . notched 30 yards receiving on a pair of grabs against Rhode Island (10/23) . . . notched a 12-yard touchdown reception as well as two more catches for 29 total yards against UMass (11/6) . . . had a season-high 45 yards receiving on three grabs against Towson. 2009: Played in five games, making three catches for 87 yards . . . caught a pass for 62 yards at Syracuse (9/26) . . . made a catch for 13 yards against No. 1 Richmond (10/17) . . . made a grab for 12 yards against Rhode Island (11/14) . . . named a Maine Scholar-Athlete Rising Star. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played wide receiver and defensive back for coach Benjie Wimberly at Paterson Catholic H.S. … served as a captain … helped lead his school to the state championship in three of his four years … named to the NJ Super 100 list in 2008 … earned non-public all-state honors by the Newark Star-Ledger … earned all-county and all-league honors during his junior and senior seasons … also ran track and played basketball … was a member of his high school’s National Honor Society … born Jan. 27, 1991 … son of Michael and Gloria McDonald … majoring in liberal studies. YEAR 2009 2010 2011 Career

G 5 11 9 25

NO. 3 12 58 73

YDS 87 135 591 813

AVG. 29.0 11.3 10.2 11.1

TD AVG/G LONG 0 17.4 62 1 12.3 22 5 65.7 41 6 32.5 62


black bear bios #65 Douglas

NASH

6-5 // 290 // Junior // Offensive Line Turner, Maine // Lea vitt 2011: Saw action in 10 games on special teams. 2010: Did not see any game action. 2009: Sat out the season as a redshirt . . . has four years of eligibility remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played on the offensive and defensive lines, and kicked for coach Mike Hathaway at Leavitt H.S. … served as a captain … helped guide his team to a conference title during both his freshman and senior seasons … selected to play in the 2009 Lobster Bowl … earned all-conference honors as both a defensive end and offensive tackle … also played basketball … was a two-year captain and two-time all-conference selection in hoops … also played baseball … member of his high school’s National Honor Society … born July 1, 1991 … son of Steven and Dawn Nash … a chemical engineering major.

#10 Axel

OFORI 5-10 // 180 // Sophomore // Defensive Back Gaithersburg, Md. // Gaithersburg

2011: Played in all 13 games...made 15 tackles (11 ST, 4 AT), including 1.5 tackles-for-loss (-4 yards)...also forced a fumble and broke up three passes...made a pair of stops including half a tackle-for-loss against Bryant (9/3)...made two tackles inlcuding a tackle-for-loss at Pittsburgh (9/10)...also broke up a pass in the game...made two stops at Albany (9/17)...notched a tackle and broke up a pass against Richmond (10/22)...broke up a pass against Towson (11/5)...notched three tackles against UMass (11/12) and New Hampshire (11/19). 2010: Redshirted . . . has four years of eligibility remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played running back and defensive back for coach Kreg Kephart at Gaithersburg High School . . . was a team captain . . . named all-county, all-conference and an honorable mention all-state selection . . . selected to the Crab Bowl Al-Star team . . . also was a state champion in track . . . born July 16, 1992 . . . son of Emily and Axel Ofori . . . a sociology major.

YEAR G UT-AT-TT TFL-YDS FF FR INT-YDS PBU SACKS-YDS 2011 13 11-4-5 1.5-4 1 0 0-0 3 0.0-0 Career 13 11-4-5 1.5-4 1 0 0-0 3 0.0-0

#35 Jeffrey

ONDISH

#25 Patrick

PASCAL 5-10 // 175 // Sophomore // Defensive Back Greenlawn, N.Y. // Elwood-John Glenn 2011: Saw action against James Madison (10/8), UMass (11/12) and New Hampshire (11/19)...made a tackle against the Wildcats. 2010: Sat out the season as redshirt . . . has four years of eligiblity remaining. BEFORE MAINE/ PERSONAL: Played wide receiver, defensive back, and returned kicks and punts for coach Dave Shamahan at ElwoodJohn Glenn H.S. . . . served as team captain . . . named all-county . . . led team to a pair of 10-1 seasons, and the county championship game twice . . . also played basketball and ran track . . . born Sept. 11, 1992 . . . son of Marie and Yves Pascal . . . undecided upon major.

#76

Tyler

PATTERSON 6-6 // 305 // Junior // Offensive Line Owls Head, Maine // Rockland 2011: Played in eight games, including against Appalachian State (12/3) in Maine’s NCAA Second Round Playoff game. 2010: Saw action against Syracuse (9/18) and Villanova (10/16). 2009: Sat out the season as a redshirt . . . has four years of eligibility remaining . . . named a Maine Scholar-Athlete *Rising Star*. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played defensive end and offensive tackle for coach Woody Moore at Rockland H.S. … served as a captain during his senior season … earned second-team all-league honors on defense and honorable-mention honors as an offensive tackle … also played basketball and was named to the his league’s All-Academic team in the sport … born Oct. 9, 1991 … son of Keith Patterson and Michelle Blocker … major is undecided.

#90 Matt

PELLERIN 6-0 // 295 // Sophomore // Defensive Line Turner, Maine // Leavitt/Maine Maritime Academy 2011: Sat out the season due to NCAA transfer rules. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Named First Team AllPine Tree Class B at Leavitt . . . led Leavitt to the Class B State Championship . . . played one season at Maine Maritime Academy.

6-2 // 180 // Sophomore // Kicker/Punter Elkton, Md. // Elkton 2011: Saw game time against Bryant (9/3), Pittsburgh (9/10), Albany (9/17) and James Madison (10/8)...had six kickoffs for 321 yards (53.5 ypk) with a long of 61. 2010: Sat out the season as redshirt . . . has four years of eligiblity remaining.BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played wide receiver, linebacker and handled the kicking and punting duties for coach Barton Funke at Elkton High School . . . served as team captain . . . two-time all-conference and two-time all-state as a punter . . . helped lead team to the semi-finals three times . . . also played baseball and ran track . . . a member of his high school’s Honor Roll . . . born May 26, 1992 . . . son of Patricia and Andrew Ondish . . . undecided upon major.

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black bear bios #96

Justin

PERILLO

ROACH

6-4 // 250 // Junior // Tight End Wilmington, Del. // The Tatnall School

6-3 // 240 // Junior // Defensive Line Bloomfield, N.J. // Fork Union Military Academy

2012 PRESEASON: Named to the Beyond Sports Network Preseason All-American Second Team and the College Sports Network Preseason All-CAA First Team. 2011: Named to the All-CAA Second Team...started in 12 of the 13 games he played in...made 51 catches for 511 yards (10.0 ypc) and four touchdowns...made six cactches for 57 yards and a score at Albany (9/17)...had four grabs for 62 yards against Delaware (10/1)...had a career-high nine catches for a career-high 101 yards and a touchdown in overtime against James Madison (10/8)...notched eight grabs for 61 yards and a score at Richmond (10/22)...made seven catches for 63 yards at New Hampshire (11/19)...Made four grabs for 48 yards in Maine’s NCAA Second Round win at Appalachian State (12/3)...caught a touchdown at Georgia Southern (12/10) in Maine NCAA Quarterfinal game. 2010: Saw action in nine games, making eight catches for 46 yards and two scores . . . also notched three solo tackles on special teams . . . notched his first touchdown grab of his career with a six yard catch against Syracuse (9/18) . . . notched a two-yards touchdown grab at Delaware (10/9) . . . notched a pair of grabs for 17 yards at UMass (11/6) . . . made three grabs for 13 yards against James Madison (11/20). 2009: Sat out the season as a redshirt . . . has four years of eligibility remaining . . . named a Maine Scholar-Athlete *Rising Star*. BEFORE MAINE/ PERSONAL: Played tight end and defensive end for coach Jody Russell at The Tatnall School … served as a captain … earned thirdteam all-state honors as a junior, and first-team all-state honors as a senior … garnered first-team all-conference honors from his sophomore to senior seasons … selected to the Blue-Gold All-Star Game … also played basketball … helped guide his team to a state title during his freshman season … a 1,000-point scorer who earned all-state honors as a junior and was an all-conference selection for three years … also played baseball … earned all-state honors as a junior … was also a three-time all-conference honoree in the sport … born Jan 5, 1991 … son of Billy and Leigh Perillo … major is undecided. YEAR 2010 2011 Career

G 9 13 22

Erwin

NO. YDS AVG. TD AVG/G LONG 8 46 5.8 2 5.1 9 51 511 10.0 4 39.3 30 59 557 9.4 6 25.3 30

2012 PRESEASON: Named to the College Sports Madness Preseason All-CAA Third Team. 2011: Played in all 13 games...made 43 tackles with 6.0 tackles-for-loss (-33 yards) and 4.0 sacks (-28 yards)...also forced a fumble and recovered a fumble...made a pair of tackles including a sack at Albany (9/17)...notched five tackles, including 0.5 tackles-for-loss (-1 yard) against James Madison (10/8)...had six tackles including 2.5 sacks ( -19 yards) against Richmond (10/22)...had five tackles including 0.5 tackles-for-loss (-1 yard) and recovered a fumble against Towson (11/5)...made five stops including 0.5 sacks (-6 yards) and forced a fumble against UMass (11/12)...notched six tackles including 0.5 tackles-for-loss against New Hampshire (11/19). 2010: Did not see any game action. 2009: Played in four games . . . assisted on three tackles . . . made a tackle against No. 1 Richmond (10/17), No. 19 Massachusetts (10/31) and against Rhode Island (11/14). BEFORE MAINE/ PERSONAL: Played offensive tackle and defensive end for coach Mike Carter at Bloomfield H.S. … served as a captain at Bloomfield H.S. … also spent time at Fork Union Prep … helped guide Bloomfield to back-to-back conference titles … was named a Tri-State D-Line MVP … earned all-conference and all-county honors on the defensive front … born April 30, 1990 … son of Ivan Roach and Sonya Smith … major is undecided. YEAR 2009 2011 Career

G UT-AT-TT TFL-YDS FF FR INT-YDS PBU SACKS-YDS 4 0-3-3 0.0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0.0-0 13 16-27-43 6.0-(-33) 1 1-2 0-0 0 4.0-(-28) 17 16-30-46 6.0-(-33) 1 1-2 0-0 0 4.0-(-28)

#4

Troy

RUSSELL 6-3 // 220 // Senior // Linebacker South Plainfield, N.J. // Fork Union Military Academy 2011: Started all 13 games...made 80 tackles (39 ST, 41 AT), including 6.0 tackles-for-loss (-21 yards) and 2.0 sacks (-11 yards)...also forced a fumble and returned a fumble for a touchdown...made four tackles and broke up a pass against Bryant (9/3)...notched nine stops at Pittsburgh (9/10)...made seven tackles including a tackle-for-loss (-2 yards) and broke up a pass against Delaware (10/1)...made nine tackles at James Madison (10/8)...notched five stops including a tackle-for-loss against Rhode Island (10/15) ...made seven tackles and blocked an extra point at Richmond (10/22)...had a season-high 11 tackles against Towson (11/5)...had five tackles including a sack against UMass (11/12)...also returned a fumble 60 yards for a score and forced a fumble in the endzone that was recovered by Maine for a touchdown... he garnered CAA Defensive Player of the Week accolades...notched a fumble recovery and an interception at New Hampshire (11/19)...made nine tackles including 2.5 tackles-for-loss at Appalachian State (12/3) in Maine’s NCAA Second Round Playoff game. 2010: Saw action in nine games, including a start against William and Mary (9/25) . . . had 37 tackles (19 ST, 18 AT), including 2.0 tackles-for-loss (-13 yards) and a sack for -10 yards . . . had a solo tackle and assisted on three more against Albany (9/2) . . . made a pair of tackles, including 1.5 tackles-for-loss for -11 yards and a sack against Syracuse (9/18) . . . notched four solo stops against William and Mary . . . made three solo and one assisted tackle against Villanova (10/16) . . . had four solo stops against Rhode Island (10/23) . . . made four tackles against Towson (11/13) . . . made a career-high 11 tackles (2 ST, 9 AT) against James Madison (11/20). 2009: Played in seven games . . . notched five tackles (3 ST, 2 AT) . . . made two tackles against No. 19 Massachusetts (10/31). BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played linebacker and running back, while also handling the kicking duties for coach Philip McGuane at South Plainfield H.S. … also played for coach John Shuman at Fork Union Military Academy … served as a captain … helped lead Fork Union to the 2008 state finals … was named the defensive player of the year by his local newspaper … earned second-team all-state honors, and four-team all-area accolades … also played basketball … born Aug. 20, 1990 … son of Ulysses and Toby Russell. YEAR 2009 2010 2011 Career

G UT-AT-TT TFL-YDS FF FR INT-YDS PBU SACKS-YDS 7 3-2-5 0.0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0.0-0 9 19-18-37 2.0-(-13) 0 0 0-0 0 1.0-(-10) 13 39-41-80 6.0-(-21) 1 2-60 1-0 2 2.0-(-11) 29 61-61-122 8.0-(-34) 1 2-60 1-0 2 3.0-(-21)


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YEAR GP/GS 2009 8/8 2010 8/6 2011 13/13 Career 29/27

Randy

SAMUELS

6-0 // 185 // Sophomore // Linebacker Bronx, N.Y. // Mt. Saint Michael/Berkshire 2011: Did not see any game action. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played for coach Mario Valentine at Mount Saint Michael and coach Steve Stoden at Berkshire . . . led Mount Saint Michael to the CHSFL Championship as a senior . . . named All-CHSFL, All-League, All-City and Second Team All-Borough . . . named First Team All-New England and All-League at Berkshire . . . also played basketball and was All-New England in track . . . an honor roll student . . . born June 30, 1992 . . . son of Sharon Forbes and Leroy Samuels, Sr. . . undecided upon major.

#36

Sam

SHIPLEY 6-1 // 230 // Senior // Linebacker Santa Barbara, Calif. // Santa Barbara CC 2011: Saw action in 10 games, starting in three...made 40 tackles (20 ST,20 AT) with 1.0 tackyards) and a fumble recovery...had seven tackles at Pittsburgh (9/10)...notched six stops Delaware (10/1)...made five tackles including half a tackle-for-loss at Villanova (10/29)... four stops including half a tackle-for-loss against Towson (11/5)...made six tackles recovered a fumble against Georgia Southern (12/10) in Maine’s NCAA Quarterfinal test...named a Maine Scholar-Athlete *Rising Star*. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Captain for coach Craig Moropoulos at Santa Barbara City College...named First Team All-Conference and Team Defensive MVP...had the eighth-most tackles in the state with 102 . . . born March 21, 1987 . . . son of Karen and Randolph Shipley . . . a spanish major.

le-for-loss (-2 against h a d a n d con-

YEAR G UT-AT-TT TFL-YDS FF FR INT-YDS PBU SACKS-YDS 2011 10 20-20-40 1.0-(-2) 0 1 0-0 0 0.0-0 Career 10 20-20-40 1.0-(-2) 0 1 0-0 0 0.0-0

#74 Josh

SPEARIN

6-4 // 290 // Senior // Offensive Line Limington, Maine // Bonny Eagle 2012 PRESEASON: Named to the College Sports Madness Preseason All-CAA First Team. 2011: Named to the All-CAA Second Team...Started all 13 games...helped anochor an offensive line that produced the first 3,000-yard passer in school history (Warren Smith) and a 1,000-yard rusher (Pushaun Brown)...the line gave up a league-low 1.54 sacks per game. 2010: Saw action in eight games, starting in six . . . helped an offensive line give up a CAA-low 12 sacks. 2009: Started t h e last eight games of the season . . . named the team’s Thurlow Cooper Offensive Rookie of the Year . . . part of a line that helped produce the top passing offense in the CAA (247.6 ypg). BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played on both the offensive and defensive line for coach Kevin Cooper at Bonny Eagle H.S. … served as a captain … was part of a Bonny Eagle program that captured four Gold Ball state titles in five years … a two-time all-state offensive lineman … also earned all-conference honors on the offensive front … won the Gerry Raymond Outstanding Offensive Lineman Award for Southern Maine … earned academic all-conference honors … was a member of his high school’s Honor Roll for four years … born Feb. 25, 1991 … son of Jeffrey and Heidi Spearin … a wildlife ecology major.

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#39 Rickey

STEVENS

5-8 // 200 // Junior // Defensive Back Rochester, N.Y. // Gates Chili/Notre Dame College 2011: Saw action against Towson (11/5) and in Maine’s NCAA Quarterfinal contest against Georgia Southern (12/10)...notched a tackle against the Eagles. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played for head coach Jason Benham ...rushed for 3,934 yards and 35 TDs during his tenure...named the Monroe County Player of the Year and All-Great Rochester Player of the Year as a senior...two-time Section V Offensive Player of the Year...named a 2009 National Football Scholar-Athlete Award by the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame.

#49

Sean

STEVENSON

6-1 // 215 // Redshirt Freshman // Fullback Westwood, N.J. // Westwood 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt...has four years of eligibility remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Named to the American Division First Team Defense . . . also named to the All-Big North VI Defense.

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#8 Ryan

STROUD

6-0 // 205 // Sophomore // Quarterback Dover-Foxcroft, Maine // Foxcroft Academy 2011: Did not see any game action...named a Maine Scholar-Athlete Award winner. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Captain for coach Danny White at Foxcroft...led team to an 11-1 record the Class ‘C’ Eastern Maine Championship and Little Ten Conference Championship as a senior...named First Team All-Conference and Little Ten Conference Player of the Year...set the conference records with 1,685 passing yards and 28 touchdowns...a Fitzpatrick Award nominee...played in the Shrine Lobster Bowl...son of Debbie and Mark Stroud... a nursing major.

#16

Daniel

UPSON

6-2 // 180 // Redshirt Freshman // Wide Receiver Montgomery Village, Md. // Watkins Mill 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt...has four years of eligiblity remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Captain for coaches Joe Rydzewski and Paul Vance...played in the Maryland Crab Bowl...named First Team All-Conference...also a standout at track . . . born March 19, 1993 . . . son of Davina Upson . . . majoring in new media.

#34 Malik

WALKER

5-11 // 175 // Redshirt Freshman // Defensive Back East Orange, N.J. // East Orange 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt...has four years of eligibility remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Captain for coach Marion Bell at East Orange High School...named First Team All-State, First Team All-Area, Second Team All-Essex County...led team to a third place finish in conference and Essex County . . . also First Team All-Essex County in the high jump . . . named to the Honor Roll . . . born August 26, 1993 . . . son of Jackie Walker and Malik White . . . undecided upon major.

#23 Terrel

WALKER

5-8 // 200 // Junior // Running Back Taunton, Mass. // Taunton 2011: Played in 10 games...rushed 21 times for 41 yards (2.0 ypc) and two scores...also caught a pass for six yards and made a special teams tackle...rushed six times for eight yards including a two-yard touchdown at Albany (9/17)...rushed eight times for 33 yards and a four-yard touchdown run at James Madison (10/8).2010: Saw game time in six games . . . rushed 11 times for 116 yards (10.5 ypc) and a score . . . rushed four times for 99 yards, including an 86-yard touchdown run against Rhode Island (10/23) . . . the performance earned him CAA Rookie of the Week honors . . . notched three rushes for 12 yards at UMass (11/6). 2009: Sat out the season as a redshirt . . . has four years of eligibility remaining. BEFORE MAINE/ PERSONAL: Played running back and safety for coach Mark Hannon at Taunton H.S. … served as a captain … was named his team’s MVP … was named to the 2007 Old Colony League All-Star Team … named to the

BLACK BEAR bios Brockton Enterprise All-Scholastic Team in 2007 … named MVP of his team’s Thanksgiving Day game … also ran track … took first place in the hurdles at the 2007 Old Colony League Championships … born July 18, 1991 … son of Emil Walker … major is undecided. YEAR G NO. NET AVG. TD AVG/G LONG 2009 Redshirted 2010 6 11 116 10.5 1 19.3 86 2011 10 21 41 2.0 2 4.1 8 Career 16 32 157 4.9 3 9.8 86

#7 Marcus

WASILEWSKI 6-1 // 205 // Junior // Quarterback Kulpmont, Pa. // Mt. Carmel

2011: Played in five games on special teams...completed a pass at Richmond (10/22)...made a tackle against UMass (11/12). 2010: Saw action against Towson (11/13) and James Madison (11/20) . . . notched half a tackle-for-loss for -8 yards against Towson . . . completed a pass for 10 yards against James Madison. 2009: Sat out the season as a redshirt . . . has four years of eligibility remaining. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played quarterback for coach Mike Brennan at Mt. Carmel H.S. … served as a captain … as a senior, helped guide his team to a 13-1 record, the Heartland Conference Championship and the PA District IV Championship … was a second-team all-state honoree … was the News Item, Press Enterprise and WNEP Dream Team Offensive Player of the Year … was named to the District IV All-Star Team … was a standout in the classroom … was a member of his high school’s National Honor Society, National Athletic Honor Society, Quill & Scroll, Mask & Gavel and was a Rotary Student of the Month … born April 29, 1990 … son of Mark and Lisa Wasilewski … a biology major.

#48 Sidney

WESTON

5-7 // 202 // Redshirt Freshman // Running Back Mt. Vernon, N.Y. // Iona Prep 2012: Joined the Black Bears for the Spring semester. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played running back at Iona Prep...rushed for 1,948 yards and 31 touchdowns as a senior...named a First Team Journal News All-Star... also earned the CHSFL AAA’s 2010 Joe Riverso Award, given to the conference’s Offensive Player of the Year... led Iona Prep to the conference championship game where he rushed for 250 yards and three touchdowns.

#70 Benedict

WEZEL

6-8 // 310 // Redshirt Freshman // Offensive Line Berlin, Germany // Salisbury School 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt...has four years of eligiblity remaining...named a Maine Scholar-Athlete *Rising Star*. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played for coach Chris Phelps at the Salisbury School...led team to the New England Championship at the Salisbury School...an honor roll student . . . born February 5, 1993 . . . son of Cordula and Andreas Wezel . . majoring in business.


BLACK BEAR bios #89 Arthur

. . son of Patricia and Christopher Wilson . . . a history major.

YEAR G UT-AT-TT TFL-YDS FF FR INT-YDS PBU SACKS-YDS 2011 9 1-3-4 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 0.0-0 Career 9 1-3-4 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 0.0-0

WILLIAMS 6-0 // 175 // Sophomore // Wide Receiver Springfield, Mass. // High School of Science and Tech. 2011: Had a great first season..played in 11 games starting in eight...made 36 catches for 517 yards (14.4 ypc) and two scores...caught four passes for 64 yards at James Madison (10/8)...had six catches for 82 yards at Richmond (10/22)...made an 80-yard touchdown grab at Villanova (10/29)...notched a career-high seven catches for 47 yards and a score against Towson (11/5)...caught four balls for 73 yards against UMass (11/12)...made four grabs for a career-high 89 yards against Georgia Southern (12/10) in Maine’s NCAA Quarterfinal contest. 2010: Satout the season as a redshirt. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played wide receiver at the High School of Science and Technology . . . also a track standout . . . born Nov. 6, 1991 . . . son of Tonya Hicks and Arthur Williams . . . undecided upon major. YEAR 2011 Career

G 11 11

NO. YDS AVG. TD AVG/G LONG 36 517 14.4 2 47.0 80 36 517 14.4 2 47.0 80

#56

Garret

WILLIAMSON 6-3 // 275 // Senior // Offensive Line Flemington, N.J. // Hunterdon Central 2011: Started all 13 games...helped solidify an offensive line that produced the first 3,000-yard passer in school history (Warren Smith) and a 1,000-yard rusher (Pushaun Brown)...the line gave up a league-low 1.54 sacks per game. 2010: Started all 11 games at center . . . helped an offensive line give up a league-low 12 sacks. 2009: Started in nine of the 10 games he played in . . . the offensive line helped produce the most prolific passing offense in the CAA. 2009 OFFSEASON: Named the team’s most improved offensive player during spring practice. 2008: Sat out the season as a redshirt … has four years of eligibility remaining … named a Maine Scholar-Athlete Rising Star. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played on the offensive and defensive lines for coach Matthew Perotti at Hunterdon Central H.S. … served as a senior captain in 2007 … helped lead his team to back-to-back Group IV State championships in 2006-07 … earned Associated Press First-Team All-State honors … earned Newark Star-Ledger Third-Team All-State honors … earned all-area honors from several other news agencies … also played basketball … born Feb. 23, 1990 … son of Jack and Catherine Williamson … a business finance major. YEAR GP/GS 2009 10/9 2010 11/11 2011 13/13 Career 34/33

#52 Matthew

WILSON 6-3 // 270 // Sophomore // Defensive Line Freeport, N.Y. // Holy Trinity Diocesan 2011: Saw action in nine games...made four tackles (1 ST, 3 AT)...notched a tackle against Pittsburgh (9/10)... made a pair of tackles against Albany (9/17)...had a tackle at Villanova (10/29). 2010: Sat out the season as a redshirt . . . has four years of eligibility remaining . .BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Captain for Coach Tony Mascia . . . led team to 2009 CHSFLA Championships . . . named All-League, All-Island and All-State . . . born Aug. 15, 1992 .

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Freshman // TE // 6-3 // 230 // Holden, Maine // John Bapst

#40 Christophe MULUMBA

Freshman // LB // 6-1 // 230 // Montreal, Quebec // Kent School

BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played for coaches Dan and Matt O’Connell at John Bapst High School (Bangor, Maine)...led team to the 2008 Maine Class ‘C’ State Championship and a pair of Eastern Maine runner-up finishes... BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL:Played in the USA Football International Bowl in Austin, Texas...named to the All-Ericknamed First Team All-Conference three times and as a finalist for the Gaziano Defensive Lineman of the Year Award... son and All-New England Teams...led Kent to an undefeated regular season and a spot in the New England Champiborn Oct. 6, 1993...son of Kimberly and Victor Andrews...plans to major in athletic training. onship game for the second-straight season.

#31 Davonte BURKE

Freshman // DB // 6-1 // 190 // Galesville, Md. // Fork Union

#82 Sean REUSS

BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Named First Team All-County and All-Met at Southern High School...scored a county-high 28 touchdowns while rushing for 1,362 yards...named First Team Small School All-State...played last season Freshman // TE // 6-3 // 230 // Monticello, N.Y. // Monticello for traditional power Fork Union Military Academy...born August 12, 1993...son of Chris Lynette Foote and Antwane BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL:Captain for coach Matthew Buddenhagen at Monticello High School...a two-time First Burke...undecided upon major. Team All-Section and All-League selection...led Monticello to a pair of playoff appearances...also played baseball and basketball...an Honor Roll student...born March 26, 1994...son of Debra and Ronald Reuss...plans to major in Freshman // DB // 5-9 // 180 // Brockton, Mass. // New Hampton athletic training. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played for head coach Ed Kiley at New Hampton...named to the All-New England and All-Evergreen teams...led team to a spot in the Jack Etter Bowl...also played basketball and ran track...born March 15, 1993...son of Erin and Russell Coleman...plans to major in business.

#29 Javar COLEMAN

#55 Patrick RICARD

#14 Daniel COLLINS

Freshman // DE // 6-3 // 235 // Spencer, Mass. // Prouty High School

BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Captain for coach Andrew Tuccio at David Prouty High School...led team to a Super Bowl Championship in 2009 and runner-up honors in 2010...team also won a pair of League Championships...named BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Captain for coach Frank Fucetola at Williamstown...led team to the 2011 West Jersey Central Mass. All-Division II...two-time Division II Defensive MVP...National Honor Society member...born May 27, Football League American Division Championship and a pair of South Jersey Group IV Playoff appearances...named to the All-West Jersey Football League First Team...2011 Thanksgiving Game MVP...an Honor Roll Student and Schol- 1994...son of Judith and Paul Ricard...undecided upon major. ar-Athlete...also played basketball and volleyball...born Oct. 20, 1993...son of Karen and Kenneth Collins, Jr....plans to major in business.

Freshman // QB // 6-3 // 195 // Williamstown, N.J. // Williamstown

#69 Calvert schaefer

#37 Sean DECLOUX

Freshman // OL // 6-7 // 265 // Westminster, Md. // Winters Mill

BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Captain for coach Ken Johnson at Winters Mill...named All-County and All-Conference

Freshman // K/P // 6-2 // 184 // Ottawa, Ontario // St. Peter Catholic/Red Lion Christian on the offensive and defensive lines...made 75 tackles with 9.0 sacks and nine passes defended...an Honor Roll stu-

BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played for coach Dwayne Thomas at Red Lion Christian Academy in Delaware and Jim dent...born July 26, 1994...son of Kathryn and Charles Schaefer...plans to major in sociology. Mick at St. Peter Catholic High School...kicked a 52-yard field goal while at Red Lion...led St. Peter’s to a City Championship...named to Team Ontario for the Canada Cup...graded a two-star recruit by ESPN...an Honors student...born Jan. 9, 1994...son of Mary Jane and Victor Decloux...plans to major in civil engineering.

#69 Calvert schaefer

#72 Alban Dedvukaj

Junior // DL // 6-3 // 255 // Brookfield, Conn. // Desert Vista High School/Santa Barbara CC BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL:Two-year starter for coach Craig Moropoulos at Santa Barbara City College...made 75 tackles, including 10 sacks and 8.0 tackles-for-loss...also ran track at Desert Vista High School...born Nov. 24, 1990... son of Elizabeth and Vasel Dedvukaj...plans to major in business administration.

#81 Jordan DUNN

Freshman // OL // 6-7 // 265 // Westminster, Md. // Winters Mill

BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Captain for coach Ken Johnson at Winters Mill...named All-County and All-Conference on the offensive and defensive lines...made 75 tackles with 9.0 sacks and nine passes defended...an Honor Roll student...born July 26, 1994...son of Kathryn and Charles Schaefer...plans to major in sociology.

#94 David toriola

Senior // DL // 6-3 // 290 // Corona, N.Y. // St. Francis Prep/Marist

BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Captain for coach James Parady at Marist...named an All-Pioneer League Honorable Mention...was a First Team All-League and First Team All-City selection at St. Francis Prep...two-time Pioneer League All-Academic honoree...named First Team All-League and First Team All-City in high school...born May 8, 1990...son of BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL:Captain for coach Dan Caruso at Steinert...led team to the State Finals...named Second Rosemary and Titus Toriola...plans to major in business. Team All-State and First Team All-Conference...also played basketball...born June 14, 1993...son of Robert Dunn... plans to major in communication.

Freshman // WR // 6-2 // 190 // Hamilton, N.J. // Steinert High School

#18 Lamar fitzgerald

#84 Dylan WALTON

Freshman // WR // 6-1 // 180 // Brunswick, Maine // Brunswick

BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Two-time captain at Brunswick...named two-time All-Conference and All-State...also Junior // DB // 5-10 // 195 // Elizabeth, N.J. // Elizabeth/Lackawanna College BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Led Elizabeth to the 2006 North II Group IV State Championship...named First Team named All-Conference in track and field. All-Watchung Division and First Team All-Union County...led Lackawanna to a pair of bowl games, including a Graphic Edge Bowl Championship...born Oct. 23, 1990...son of Regina Fitzgerald...plans to major in sociology.

#98 Darius greene

Freshman // DL // 6-2 // 275 // Meford, N.Y. // Longwood

BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL:Captain for coach John Murphy at Longwood...led team to an 8-2 record and a semi-final playoff berth as a senior...named First Team Class AA All-State First Team All-Metro, All-Long Island and All-County...also the recipient of the Zellner Award...born Jan. 24, 1994...son of Tanya and Stefan Greene...undecided upon major.

#91 Joshua ingalls

Freshman // DE // 6-4 // 240 // Wells, Maine // Wells

BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL:Played for coach Tim Roche at Wells High School...led team to 2011 Maine Class ‘B’ State Championship...selected to the 2011 All-State Team and a two-time Campbell Conference All-Star...also played baseball and basketball...an Honor Roll student...born Sept. 14, 1993...son of Jennifer and Joel Ingalls...plans to major in civil engineering.

#41 Nigel jones

Freshman // RB // 5-9 // 198 // Pleasantville, N.J. // Holy Spirit

BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL:Captain for coach Charlie Roman at Holy Spirit...named All-State, All-South Jersey and All-Cape Atlantic...led team to a pair of State Championships...rushed for over 4,000 yards in his career...also a South Jersey Powerlifting Champion...born Dec. 9, 1992...son of Martha and Anthony Jones...undecided upon major.

#42 Sacoy MALONE

Freshman // RB // 5-8 // 175 // Springfield, Mass. // Springfield Central

BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL:Captain for coach Vladamar Brower at Springfield Central...Led team to a pair of Super Bowl runner-up finishes...named a two-time First Team All-Western Mass. selection...named the recipient of the Angelo Bertelli Award, given to the outstanding high school football player in Western Massachusetts...an All-State selection and honors student...born Jan. 8, 1994...son of Freda and Michael Malone...undecided upon major.


Rushing Brown Hood Smith Walker Boone Johnson Treister TEAM Total Opponents

2011 stats review G Att Net Avg TD Lng YPG 12 226 1,093 4.8 11 70 91.1 12 69 326 4.7 5 54 27.2 13 106 306 2.9 6 29 23.5 10 21 41 2.0 2 8 4.1 13 4 16 4.0 0 12 1.2 3 2 12 6.0 0 3 4.0 13 2 -3 -1.5 0 0 -0.2 11 14 -60 -4.3 0 0 -5.5 13 444 1,731 3.9 24 70 133.2 13 539 2,104 3.9 26 80 161.8

Passing G Com-Att-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Eff Smith 13 270-425-14 63.5 3,122 22 80 135.73 Wasilewski 5 1-1-0 100.0 0 0 10 100.0 TEAM 11 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 Waxman 13 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 Total 13 271-428-14 63.3 3,122 22 80 135.01 Opponents 13 226-392-19 57.7 2,478 16 60 114.53 Receiving McDonald Perillo Aultman Session Williams Johnson Brown Buttles Hood C. Charles Ebeling Falvey Walker Spearin Clay Reagan Total Opponents

G Rec Yds Avg TD Lng YPG 9 58 591 10.2 5 41 65.7 13 51 511 10.0 4 30 39.3 11 39 575 14.7 5 53 52.3 13 38 398 10.5 2 56 30.6 13 36 517 14.4 2 80 47.0 3 13 112 8.6 0 24 37.3 12 12 102 8.5 1 22 8.5 3 10 193 19.3 1 46 64.3 12 4 32 8.0 0 14 2.7 13 3 39 13.0 0 21 3.0 13 2 24 12.0 2 21 1.8 4 1 20 20.0 0 20 5.0 10 1 6 6.0 0 6.0 0.6 13 1 3 3.0 0 3 0.2 10 1 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 9 1 -1 -1.0 0 0 -0.2 13 271 3,122 1.5 22 80 240.2 13 226 2,478 11.0 16 60 190.6

Total Offense Smith Brown Hood Walker Boone Johnson Treister TEAM Total Opponents

G Plys Rush Pass Tot YPG 13 531 306 3,122 3,428 263.7 12 226 1,093 0 1,093 91.1 12 69 326 0 326 27.2 10 21 41 0 41 4.1 13 4 16 0 16 1.2 3 2 12 0 12 4.0 13 2 -3 0 -3 -0.2 11 15 -60 0 -60 -5.5 13 872 1,731 3,122 4,853 373.3 13 931 2,104 2,478 4,582 352.5

Punt Returns No Yds Avg TD Lng Coston 21 204 9.2 1 74 Mangiarelli 1 -2 -2.0 0 -2.0 Ofori 1 0 0.0 0 0 Boone 1 19.0 19.0 0 19 Total 24 221 9.2 1 74 Opponents 19 80 4.2 0 13 Field Goals % 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Lng Blk Harvey 57.1 0-0 4-6 3-6 1-2 0-0 41 2 Total 57.1 0-0 4-6 3-6 1-2 0-0 41 2

Punting No Yds Avg Lng Waxman 63 2,272 36.1 55 Smith 1 36 36.0 36 TEAM 0 17 0.0 10 Total 64 2,325 36.3 55 Opponents 59 2,098 35.6 54

Kick Returns No Yds Avg TD Lng Boone 33 666 20.2 1 91 K. James 3 12 4.0 0 12 Simcox 3 26 8.7 0 9 Capella 1 2 2.0 0 2 Johnson 1 21 21.0 0 21 Walker 1 6 6.0 0 6 Achey 1 18 18.0 0 18 Session 1 0 0.0 0 0 Mangiarelli 1 7 7.0 0 7 Aultman 1 18 18.0 0 18 Total 46 776 16.9 1 91 Opponents 51 931 18.3 0 71 Interception Returns No Yds Avg TD Lng Coston 6 48 8.0 0 25 D. James 4 18 4.5 0 17 K. James 3 -9 -3.0 0 0 Givans 2 8 4.0 1 6 McMillian 1 31 31.0 0 31 Al-Mateen 1 1 1.0 0 1 Russell 1 0 0.0 0 0 Achey 1 14 14.0 0 14 Total 19 111 5.8 1 31 Opponents 14 154 11.0 1 44

Defensive Givans McMillian Coston Russell R. Charles K. James Phanor Cole D. James Roach Shipley Capella Eastman Scoring TD FG XPK XPRu XPPa XPDef Saf Pts Achey Bodtmann Brown 12 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 72 Alston Harvey 0 8-14 41-44 0-0 0-0 0 0 65 Nani Smith 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0 0 36 Mangiarelli Al-Mateen Aultman 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 30 Ofori Hood 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 30 Clay Kuhn McDonald 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 30 Hood Perillo 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 24 Wilson Williams 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 12 C. Charles TEAM Walker 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 12 Perillo Session 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 12 Waxman Aultman Ebeling 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 12 Enslen Coston 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 8 Ebeling Boone 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 6 Stevens Smith Buttles 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 6 Pascal Russell 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 6 Simcox Treister 0 0-0 0-0 3-4 0-1 0 0 6 Johnson Howley Cole 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 6 Clark Givans 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 6 Wasilewski Walker McMillian 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 2 TOTAL Total 51 8-14 41-44 3-4 0-3 2 0 381 Opponents Opponents 43 6-16 28-38 1-1 2-4 0 0 310

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Team Statistics SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDS (NET) Yards Gained Yards Lost Attempts Average/Rush Average/Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDS Att-Comp-Int Average/Pass Average/Catch Average/Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average/Play Average/Game KICK RETURNS: #-YDS (Avg) PUNT RETURNS: #-YDS (Avg) INT RETURNS: #-YDS (Avg) FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS (Avg/G) PUNTS-YARDS Average/Punt Net Average TIME OF POSSESSION 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS SACKS BY-YARDS FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED ZONE SCORES RED ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS

Maine Opponents 381 310 29.3 23.8 249 247 93 108 145 122 11 17 1731 2104 2028 2513 297 409 444 539 3.9 3.9 133.2 161.8 24 26 3122 2478 428-271-14 392-226-19 7.3 6.3 11.5 11.0 240.2 190.6 22 16 4853 4582 872 931 5.6 4.9 373.3 352.5 46-776 (16.9) 51-931 (18.3) 24-221 (9.2) 19-80 (4.2) 19-111 (5.8) 14-154 (11.0) 12-7 21-11 65-560 (43.1) 62-508 (39.1) 64-2325 59-2098 36.3 35.6 33.5 30.8 29:56 30:04 67-177 (38%) 76-186 (41%) 12-20 (60%) 11-26 (42%) 33-(-223) 19-(-135) 8-14 6-16 0-2 0-3 38-49 (78%) 41-53 (77%) 31-49 (63%) 36-53 (68%) 41-44 (93%) 28-38 (74%)

G ST AT TT TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds Int-Yds PBU FR-Yds FF BLK 13 45 49 94 4.5-(-12) 0 2-8 4 1-0 1 0 13 61 31 92 11.5-(-38) 3.5-(-25) 1-31 5 0 0 0 13 50 33 83 1.0-(-12) 0 6-48 9 2-12 1 0 13 39 41 80 6.0-(21) 2.0-(-11) 1-0 2 2-60 1 1 13 26 28 54 4.0-(-19) 2.0-(-16) 0 0 0 0 0 13 35 15 50 0 0 3-(-9) 4 1-0 1 0 13 20 29 49 5.5(-7) 1.0-(-2) 0 0 0 1 0 13 27 22 49 15.0-(-82) 11.0-(-78) 0 4 2-0 2 3 13 30 18 48 1.0(-2) 0 4-18 5 0 0 0 13 16 27 43 6.0(-33) 4.0-(-28) 0 0 1-2 1 0 10 20 20 40 1.0-(-2) 0 0 0 1-0 0 0 13 14 20 34 6.5-(-20) 1.5-(-12) 0 0 0 0 0 13 16 17 33 1.0-(-0) 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 15 18 33 5.5-(-24) 2.0-(-16) 1-14 3 0 0 0 7 12 13 25 1.0-(-2) 0.5-(-1) 0 1 0 0 0 11 12 13 25 2.5-(-16) 2.5-(-16) 0 3 0 0 2 12 12 12 24 2.5-(-4) 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 10 12 22 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 13 3 16 1.0-(-9) 1.0-(-9) 1-1 1 0 0 0 13 11 4 15 1.5-(-4) 0 0 3 0 1 0 10 5 3 8 1.0-(-7) 1.0-(-7) 0 0 1-0 0 0 12 3 5 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 12 5 3 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 9 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 2 0 2 1.0-(-2) 1.0-(-2) 0 0 0 0 1 13 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 511 450 961 79-(-316) 33-(-223) 19-111 44 11-74 9 9 13 418 534 952 70-(-265) 20-(-138) 14-154 43 7-0 7 7

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Offense

Opponent Bryant Pittsburgh Albany Delaware JMU Rhode Island Richmond Villanova Towson UMass UNH App. St. Georgia So.

Defense

Opponent Bryant Pittsburgh Albany Delaware James Madison Rhode Island Richmond Villanova Towson UMass UNH App. St. Georgia So.

Individual

game-by-game starters

WR LT LG C RG RT TE QB TB FB WR (Z) (Y) (A) (B) (Z) McDonald Spearin Gakos Williamson Howley Shea Perillo Smith Brown Session Johnson McDonald Spearin Gakos Williamson Howley Shea Buttles Smith Brown Session Johnson McDonald Spearin Gakos Williamson Howley Shea Perillo Smith Brown Session Johnson McDonald Spearin Gakos Williamson Howley Shea Perillo Smith Brown Session Aultman McDonald Spearin Gakos Williamson Howley Shea Perillo Smith Brown Session Williams McDonald Spearin Gakos Williamson Howley Shea Perillo Smith Brown Session Simcox McDonald Spearin Gakos Williamson Howley Shea Perillo Smith Brown Session Williams McDonald Spearin Gakos Williamson Howley Shea Perillo Smith Brown Session Williams McDonald Spearin Gakos Williamson Howley Shea Perillo Smith Hood Session Williams Aultman Spearin Gakos Williamson Howley Shea Perillo Smith Brown Session Williams Aultman Spearin Gakos Williamson Howley Shea Perillo Smith Brown Falvey Williams Aultman Spearin Gakos Williamson Howley Shea Perillo Smith Brown Session Williams Aultman Spearin Gakos Williamson Howley Shea Perillo Smith Brown Session Williams DE NT DT (End) Cole Charles Phanor Cole Charles Phanor Cole Charles Phanor Cole Charles Phanor Cole Charles Phanor Cole Charles Phanor Cole Charles Phanor Cole Charles Phanor Cole Charles Phanor Nani Charles Phanor Cole Charles Phanor Cole Charles Phanor Cole Charles Phanor

DE LB LB (Stud) (Rover) (Mike) Alston Russell Achey Alston Russell Achey Alston Russell Achey Alston Russell Shipley Alston Russell Shipley Alston Russell Shipley Alston Russell Bodtmann Alston Russell Bodtmann Alston Russell Shipley Roach Russell Achey Roach Russell Achey Alston Russell Achey Alston Russell Achey

superlatives

LB (Backer) Givans Givans Givans Givans Givans Givans Givans Givans Givans Givans Givans Givans Givans

LCB FS D. James D. James D. James D. James D. James D. James D. James D. James Ofori D. James D. James D. James D. James

Coston Coston Coston Coston Coston Coston Coston Coston Coston Coston Coston Coston Coston

SS RCB McMillian McMillian McMillian McMillian McMillian McMillian McMillian McMillian McMillian McMillian McMillian McMillian McMillian

K. James K. James K. James K. James K. James K. James K. James K. James K. James K. James K. James K. James K. James

Category___________________________________________Maine__________________________________________________________________________ Opponent Rushes_____________________________________________29-Pushaun Brown vs. Rhode Island____________________________________________ 31 - J. Hernandez, Massachusetts Yards Rushing_________________________________________193-Pushaun Brown vs. Delaware____________________________________________ 212 - J. Anderson, James Madison TD Rushes___________________________________________3-Pushaun Brown vs. Delaware_______________________________________3 (2x) - R. Graham, Pittsburgh; T. West, Towson Longest Rush_________________________________________70-Pushaun Brown vs. Delaware______________________________________________ 80 - J. Anderson, James Madison Pass Attempts_________________________________________51-Warren Smith at Richmond_______________________________ 45 (2x) - Donnelly, Delaware, J. Jackson, Appalachian State Pass Completions_______________________________________31- Warren Smith at Richmond____________________________________________________ 32 - A. Corp, Richmons Yards Passing_________________________________________334-Warren Smith at Pittsburgh___________________________________________________ 301 - A. Corp, Richmond TD Passes____________________________________________3 (3x): Warren Smith at Pittsburgh, vs. Rhode Island and at App. St.____________ 3 (2x) - C. Polony Villanova, K. Decker, New Hampshire Longest Pass__________________________________________80-Warren Smith at Villanova______________________________________________________60 - C. Polony, Villanova Receptions___________________________________________12 - Damarr Aultman at New Hampshire_______________________________________________ 12 - T. Gray, Richmond Yards Receiving________________________________________148-Derek Buttles at Pittsburgh____________________________________________________128 - T. Gray, Richmond TD Receptions_________________________________________2 - Damarr Aultman at New Hampshire___________2 (2x) - Baskerville, Rhode Island, M. Reynolds, Villanova, R.J. Harris, New Hampshire Longest Reception______________________________________80-Arthur Williams at Villanova____________________________________________________ 60 - D. Wells, Villanova Field Goals___________________________________________2 (2x)- Brian Harvey vs. Massachusetts, at New Hampshire____________________________________2 -K. Harper, Pittsburgh Longest Field Goal______________________________________41-Brian Harvey at New Hampshire___________________________________________________ 46 - Baner, Delaware Punts______________________________________________8 - Jordan Waxman at Pittsburgh______________________________________________________ 8- P. Layton, Albany Longest Punt_________________________________________55 (2x)-Jordan Waxman at Pittsburgh, vs. Rhode Island________________________ 54 (2x) - P. Layton, Albany, N. Hicks, Richmond Longest Punt Return_____________________________________74-Trevor Coston vs. Bryant_______________________________________________________ 13 - D. Wells, Villanova Longest Kickoff Return____________________________________91-Roosevelt Boone at Georgia Southern___________________________________________71 - N. Steriti, New Hampshire Tackles_____________________________________________14 - Vinson Givans vs. Towson________________________________________________ 16 -C. Beranger, New Hampshire Sacks______________________________________________3.0 - Michael Cole at New Hampshire___________________________________________2.5 - A. McDaniel, James Madison Tackles For Loss________________________________________3.0 (3x) - Cole at Pittsburgh, at New Hampshire; McMillian at James Madison___________________3.5 - A. McDaniel, James Madison Interceptions_________________________________________2 - Trevor Coston vs. Bryant____________________________ 2 (2x) - C. Houston, New Hampshire, J. McKinnon, Georgia Southern

Team

Category___________________________________________Maine__________________________________________________________________________ Opponent Rushes_____________________________________________51 - at New Hampshire___________________________________________________________67 - Georgia Southern Yards Rushing_________________________________________216 at Appalachian State________________________________________________________ 360 - Georgia Southern TD Rushes___________________________________________4-at Villanova_______________________________________________________________________5 - Towson Total Plays___________________________________________83-at Albany_____________________________________________________________________ 90 - Pittsburgh Total Offense__________________________________________477 vs. Delaware_____________________________________________________________ 476 - Georgia Southern Points______________________________________________41 - at Villanova_____________________________________________________________________ 40 - Towson First Downs__________________________________________24 (2x) - at Albany, at Richmond___________________________________________________________ 26 - Towson Penalties____________________________________________10 - vs. Rhode Island____________________________________________________________12 - Georgia Southern Penalty Yards_________________________________________102 - vs. Rhode Island___________________________________________________________93 - Georgia Southern

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offense game-by-game

Statistic Bryant Pitt Albany Del JMU URI Rich Vill Tow UMass UNH App. St. GSU First Downs 16 19 24 18 21 18 24 18 19 15 22 20 15 Rush 7 3 11 6 4 7 5 9 6 10 10 9 6 Pass 8 15 11 12 16 10 18 8 13 5 10 11 8 Penalty 1 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 Rushing Attempts 46 25 51 31 30 39 27 35 31 36 41 36 16 Net Rushing 155 37 197 213 90 118 72 159 85 188 136 216 66 Average Per Rush 3.4 1.5 3.9 6.9 3.0 3.0 2.6 4.5 2.7 5.2 3.3 6.0 4.1 Net Passing 135 334 202 264 295 233 289 251 256 184 200 250 229 Attempts 21 46 32 27 40 26 52 22 41 25 41 26 29 Completions 14 27 21 18 28 18 32 17 26 14 24 17 15 Interceptions 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 2 1 3 1 3 Total Plays 67 71 83 58 70 65 79 57 72 61 82 62 45 Total Net Yards 290 371 399 477 385 351 360 410 341 372 336 466 295 Average Per Play 6.4 5.2 4.8 8.2 5.5 5.4 4.6 7.2 4.7 6.1 4.1 7.5 6.6 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-1 4-2 2-1 0-0 1-1 1-0 1-0 Penalties-Yards 2-15 7-50 3-20 7-65 5-45 10-102 8-81 2-21 5-25 6-59 4-40 5-32 1-5 Punts-Average 5-40.6 8-33.1 6-38.0 6-32.3 7-33.1 7-34.9 5-43.2 3-35.0 3-38.3 3-39.3 5-37.4 6-36.3 0-0 Time of Possession 30:36 29:52 38:15 28:33 30:47 29:57 29:08 28:23 31:20 27:34 34:39 32:22 17:36 3rd Down Conversions 5-14 6-17 7-17 1-9 7-15 4-13 4-13 5-11 6-15 6-15 10-19 4-13 2-6 4th Down Conversions 0-2 2-3 2-2 1-1 0-0 0-1 1-2 2-2 2-2 0-0 1-2 1-1 0-2 Sacks Allowed-Yards Lost (Opp. sks.) 2-(-12) 3-(-23) 2-(12) 0-0 3-(-21) 1-(-5) 2-(-22) 0-0 3-(-25) 1-(-4) 1-(-7) 0-0 0-0 Points 28 29 31 31 25 27 23 41 30 32 27 34 23 Kicks PATs-Attempts 4-4 3-3 4-4 4-4 2-2 3-4 3-3 3-4 4-4 2-2 3-3 4-5 2-2 Field Goals-Attempts 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 2-4 2-2 0-1 1-1

defense game-by-game

Statistic Bryant Pitt Albany Del JMU URI Rich Vill Tow UMass UNH App. St. GSU First Downs 15 26 11 22 20 14 20 19 20 21 19 17 23 Rush 5 7 4 11 13 5 1 10 17 8 9 1 17 Pass 10 18 6 9 7 8 16 8 3 11 7 14 5 Penalty 0 1 1 2 0 1 3 1 0 2 3 2 1 Rushing Attempts 35 48 28 35 51 43 26 45 53 45 38 25 67 Net Rushing 128 124 79 115 304 141 42 197 334 119 158 3 360 Average Per Rush 3.7 2.6 2.8 3.3 6.0 3.3 1.6 4.4 6.3 2.6 4.2 0.1 5.4 Net Passing 194 257 185 163 98 160 301 208 84 237 203 272 116 Attempts 32 42 37 45 18 24 45 22 13 31 30 45 8 Completions 15 26 18 24 13 13 32 11 6 19 16 26 7 Interceptions 2 2 1 4 0 2 0 1 1 1 3 1 0 Total Plays 67 90 65 80 69 67 71 67 66 76 68 70 75 Total Net Yards 322 381 338 278 402 301 343 405 418 356 361 275 476 Average Per Play 4.8 4.2 4.1 3.5 5.8 4.5 4.8 6.0 6.3 4.7 5.3 3.9 6.3 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 4-1 1-1 3-2 0-0 3-1 3-3 1-1 2-1 1-1 Penalties-Yards 4-30 3-20 3-17 4-25 5-35 5-44 2-20 5-49 5-28 4-35 6-62 4-50 12-93 Punts-Average 7-30.0 3-27.7 8-39.4 4-32.5 5-43.8 5-29.8 5-46.4 4-43.5 3-39.0 1-52.0 5-25.4 8-38.2 1-36.0 Time of Possession 29:24 30:08 21:45 31:27 29:13 30:03 30:52 31:37 28:40 32:26 25:21 27:38 42:24 3rd Down Conversions 6-15 7-16 5-17 9-17 7-13 4-13 4-13 3-14 6-10 7-15 5-13 5-17 8-13 4th Down Conversions 0-1 2-3 0-2 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-2 3-4 1-1 0-4 1-1 1-2 2-3 Sacks By-Yards Lost (Maine sks.) 1-(-2) 7-(-43) 1-(-3) 3-(-25) 1-(-4) 2-(-16) 5-(-35) 2-(-16) 3-(-11) 2-(-12) 3-(-25) 3-(-31) 0-0 Points 13 35 15 17 124 21 22 25 40 21 30 12 35 Kicks PATs-Attempts 1-2 1-2 1-1 2-2 3-3 3-3 1-3 1-2 4-6 3-3 3-3 0-2 5-5 Field Goals-Attempts 0-1 2-3 0-1 1-2 1-1 0-1 1-1 0-2 0-0 0-2 2-2 0-0 0-1

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2011 season review

offensive yards per game

>> RUSHING Player (No.-Yds.-TD) Bry Pitt Alb Del JMU URI Rich Vill Tow UMass UNH App GSU Pushaun Brown 26-146-2 10-18-0 19-125-1 23-193-3 15-54-0 29-103-0 7-9-0 18-75-2 - 26-144-1 20-77-1 24-111-1 9-38-0 David Hood - 3-4-1 6-25-0 - 1-2-0 1-2-0 13-77-1 6-12-1 23-85-1 1-2-0 11-33-0 4-88-1 - Warren Smith 14-31-1 10-14-0 16-31-0 4-15-0 6-1-0 5-15-0 6-14-0 10-74-1 8-0-1 8-44-1 8-38-1 5-22-0 6-35-0 Terrel Walker - 2-1-0 6-8-1 4-5-0 8-33-1 1-6-0 - - - - - - - Roosevelt Boone 3-4-0 - - - - 1-12-0 - - - - - - - Derric Johnson - - 2-12-0 - - - - - - - - - - Chris Treister - - - - - - - - - - - 2-3-0 - >> PASSING Player (C-A-I-Yds.-TD) Warren Smith >> RECEIVING Player (No.-Yds.-TD) Maurice McDonald Damarr Aultman Atrhur Williams Justin Perillo Derek Session Derek Buttles Derric Johnson Pushaun Brown Carlton Charles David Hood John Ebeling Jeff Falvey Terrel Walker Josh Spearin Jamal Clay Chris Reagan

Bry

Pitt

Alb

Del

JMU

URI

Rich

Vill

Tow

UMass

UNH

App

GSU

14-20-0-135-0 27-45-0-334-3 21-32-0-202-2 18-27-2-264-1 28-40-0-295-2 18-26-0-233-3 31-51-2-289-1 17-22-0-251-2 26-41-2-256-2 14-25-1-184-0 24-41-3-200-1 17-26-1-250-3 15-29-3-229-2

Bry Pitt Alb Del JMU URI Rich Vill Tow UMass UNH App GSU 6-52-0 3-13-1 4-55-1 3-24-0 9-67-1 9-139-1 11-96-0 8-96-1 5-49-0 - - - - - 1-7-0 - 3-49-1 - - - 1-8-0 8-117-1 3-64-0 12-105-1 5-117-2 6-108-0 - - - - 4-64-0 3-26-0 6-82-0 2-78-1 7-47-1 4-73-0 2-16-0 4-42-0 4-89-0 1-7-0 3-36-0 6-57-1 4-62-0 9-101-1 2-18-0 8-61-1 - 3-28-0 2-13-0 7-63-0 4-48-0 2-17-1 - 6-50-1 2-13-0 4-111-0 4-21-0 2-28-1 5-47-0 4-66-0 1-3-0 2-9-0 3-16-0 3-22-0 2-12-0 3-45-0 7-148-1 - - - - - - - - - - - 3-21-0 5-54-0 5-37-0 - - - - - - - - - - 1-10-0 2-26-0 1-14-0 1-6-0 1-21-0 2-22-1 1-3-0 1-5-0 - 2-5-0 - - - - - - 1-10-0 1-21-0 - - 1-8-0 - - - - - - - 2-20-0 - - - - - 2-12-0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1-21-1 1-3-1 - - - - - - - - - 1-20-0 - - - - - 1-6-0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1-3-0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1-0-0 - - - - - - - - - 1-1-0 - - - - - - - - -

defensive tackles per game

>> TACKLES Player (ST-AT-TT) Bry Pitt Alb Del JMU URI Rich Vill Tow UMass UNH App GSU Vinson Givens 4-5-9 4-2-6 1-5-6 5-2-7 5-4-9 5-5-10 1-3-4 4-1-5 3-11-14 4-7-11 2-2-4 2-0-2 5-2-7 Jerron McMillian 6-5-11 5-5-10 3-2-5 6-1-7 5-2-7 3-3-6 4-2-6 9-1-10 2-7-9 7-1-8 3-1-4 3-1-4 5-0-5 Trevor Coston 0-3-3 5-2-7 3-4-7 4-1-5 5-5-10 3-5-8 9-2-11 3-1-4 6-5-11 2-1-3 4-2-6 0-2-2 6-0-6 Troy Russell 2-2-4 6-3-9 0-1-1 4-3-7 3-6-9 3-2-5 4-3-7 4-0-4 2-9-11 1-4-5 1-3-4 4-5-9 5-0-5 Raibon Charles 1-2-3 4-1-5 1-6-7 3-2-5 6-2-8 0-3-3 0-3-3 3-0-3 0-2-2 0-3-3 1-1-2 1-2-3 6-1-7 Kendall James 3-1-4 2-1-3 2-0-2 2-0-2 5-3-8 1-0-1 4-2-6 3-1-4 3-1-4 2-3-5 1-0-1 5-2-7 2-1-3 Kevin Phanor 1-0-1 3-1-4 2-5-7 0-4-4 2-1-3 1-4-5 0-2-2 4-2-6 1-4-5 3-1-4 1-1-2 0-2-2 2-2-4 Michael Cole 2-3-5 3-5-8 - 1-1-2 1-0-1 3-2-5 2-1-3 3-0-3 1-3-4 3-4-7 6-0-6 1-3-4 1-0-1 Darlos James 0-1-1 1-0-1 3-1-4 4-3-7 4-1-5 2-3-5 2-3-5 - - 2-3-5 2-1-3 4-1-5 6-1-7 Erwin Roach - 2-0-2 1-1-2 2-1-3 2-3-5 0-3-3 2-4-6 1-0-1 1-4-5 1-4-5 3-3-6 1-3-4 0-1-1 Sam Shipley - 5-2-7 0-3-3 3-3-6 0-3-3 1-2-3 1-1-2 4-1-5 2-2-4 - - 0-1-1 4-2-6 Craig Capella 1-0-1 1-2-3 0-2-2 1-1-2 1-0-1 1-3-4 0-3-3 1-1-2 0-1-1 - 2-2-4 1-3-4 5-2-7 Arron Achey 5-5-10 3-1-4 1-1-2 - - - - - - 3-8-11 3-3-6 - - Troy Eastman 1-1-2 - 1-1-2 2-1-3 0-1-1 2-1-3 0-1-1 3-1-4 1-4-5 1-2-3 - 1-3-4 4-1-5 Shawn Bodtmann 0-3-3 2-3-5 - 2-1-3 0-2-2 1-2-3 6-2-8 1-0-1 - - - - - Doug Alston 0-2-2 2-3-5 2-2-4 2-3-5 1-0-1 1-0-1 - 0-1-1 0-1-1 - - 2-1-3 2-0-0 Ryan Nani - - - - 0-2-2 0-1-1 0-3-3 3-0-3 0-2-2 2-1-3 3-1-4 2-0-2 2-2-4 Michael Mangiarelli 2-4-6 1-0-1 2-0-2 1-0-1 0-2-2 2-0-2 0-1-1 - 0-1-1 0-3-3 - 2-1-3 - Khari Al-Mateen - 2-0-2 1-0-1 1-0-1 - 1-1-2 - 2-0-2 1-0-1 1-1-2 1-0-1 2-1-3 1-0-1 Axel Ofori 0-2-2 2-0-2 2-0-2 - - - 1-0-1 - 1-0-1 2-1-3 2-1-3 - 1-0-1 David Hood - 2-0-2 - - 1-1-2 - - 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-1-1 - 1-0-1 - Jamal Clay - - - - - - - 2-0-2 1-0-1 1-2-3 1-1-2 - - Michael Kuhn 0-1-1 - 1-0-1 - - - - 1-0-1 - 0-1-1 1-1-2 0-2-2 - Matthew Wilson - 0-1-1 0-2-2 - - - - 1-0-1 - - - - - Carlton Charles - - - - - - - - 0-1-1 0-1-1 - 0-1-1 - Justin Perillo - - - - - - - - - - - 1-0-1 1-0-1 Damarr Aultman - - - 1-0-1 - - - - - - 1-0-1 - - Jordan Waxman - - - - - 1-0-1 - - - - - 0-1-1 - John Ebeling - - 1-0-1 0-1-1 - - - - - - - - - Kris Enslen - - - - - - - - - - - - 1-1-2 Devin Clark - - 0-1-1 - - - - - - - - - - Chris Howley - - - - - - - - 0-1-1 - - - - Warren Smith - - - - - - 1-0-1 - - - - - - Rickey Stevens - - - - - - - - - - - - 1-0-1 Cody Simcox - - - - - - - 1-0-1 - - - - - Derric Johnson - - 0-1-1 - - - - - - - - - - Terrel Walker - - - - - - - - - - - 0-1-1 - Patrick Pascal - - - - - - - - - - 1-0-1 - - Marcus Wasilewski - - - - - - - - - 1-0-1 - - -


2011 boxscores Game #1

RV/- Maine______________ 28 Bryant__________________ 13 September 3 /// Alfond Stadium (6,041)

Game #2

RV/- Maine______________ 29 Pittsburgh_______________ 35 September 10 /// Heinz Field (41,230)

1 2 3 4 OT F 1 2 3 4 OT F Bryant (0-1) 0 0 0 13 - 13 Pittsburgh (2-0) 9 11 8 7 - 35 Maine (1-1) 14 7 7 0 - 28 Maine (1-1) 0 7 8 14 - 29 FIRST QUARTER M - Brown 1 run (Harvey kick); 4 plays, 57 yards, 1:43 TOP M - Smith 1 run (Harvey kick); 4 plays, 26 yards, 1:50 TOP

FIRST QUARTER P - Graham1 run (Haper kick fail); 14 plays, 76 yards, 4:32 TOP P - Harper 44 FG; 6 plays, 17 yards, 2:07 TOP

SECOND QUARTER M - Coston 74 yard PR (Harvey kick)

SECOND QUARTER P - Harper 25 FG; 5 plays, 15 yards, 0:45 TOP M - Buttles 22 pass from Smith; 12 plays, 77 yards, 5:23 TOP P - Graham 3 rush (Sunseri rush conversion); 11 plays, 71 yards, 4:24 TOP

THIRD QUARTER M - Brown 1 run (Harvey kick); 7 plays, 45 yards, 3:26 TOP FOURTH QUARTER B - Brown 4 run (Alberti kick fail); 7 plays, 62 yards, 2:56 TOP B - Brown 11 run (Alberti kick); 6 plays, 52 yards, 3:04 TOP

THIRD QUARTER M - Session 5 pass from Smith (Treister rush conversion); 2 plays, 47 yards, 0:39 TOP P - Graham 1 run (Shanahan pass from Sunseri conversion); 11 plays, 60 yards, 3:47 TOP FOURTH QUARTER P - Brown 1 run (Harper kick); 11 plays, 52 yards, 3:54 TOP M -Hood 1 run (Harvey kick); 13 plays, 81 yards, 5:27 TOP M -McDonald 2 pass from Smith (Harvey kick); 10 plays, 78 yards, 1:10 TOP

TEAM STATISTICS Category Bryant Maine First Downs 15 16 Rushing Yards (Net) 128 155 TEAM STATISTICS Passing Yards (Net) 194 135 Category Maine Pittsburgh Comp.-Att.-Int. 15-32-2 14-21-0 First Downs 19 26 Total Plays-Total Yards 67-322 67-290 Rushing Yards (Net) 37 24 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0 Passing Yards (Net) 334 257 Penalties-Yards 4-30 2-15 Comp.-Att.-Int. 27-46-1 26-42-2 Punts-Yards (Avg.) 7-210 (30.0) 5-203 (40.6) Total Plays-Total Yards 71-371 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 5-130 90-381 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 5-107 2-41 Penalties-Yards 7-50 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 2-23 3-20 Punts-Yards (Avg.) Third-Down Conversions (%) 6-15 (.400) 5-14(.357) 8-265 (33.1) 3-83 (27.7) Punt Returns-Yards Fourth-Down Conversions (%) 0-1(000) 0-2 (.000) 1-(-2) 2-13 Kickoff Time of Possession 29:24 30:36 Returns-Yards 5-107 6.5 Sacks By-(Yards Lost) 1-(-2) 2-(-14) Interception Returns-Yards 2-1 0-0 Third-Down Conversions (%) 6-17 (.353) 7-16 (.438) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Fourth-Down Conversions (%) 2-3 (.667) 2-3 (.667) RUSHING: MAINE- Brown 26-146; Smith 14-31; Boone 3-4; TEAM 3-(-26) Time of Possession 29:52 30:08 BRYANT-Brown 28-128; Westerhaus 3-6; Perry 3-4; TEAM 1-(-10) Sacks By-(Yards Lost) 7-(-43) 3-(-23) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS PASSING: MAINE-Smith 14-21-0-135. BRYANT-Westerhaus 15-32-2-194. RUSHING: MAINE- Brown 10-18; Smith 10-14; Hood 3-4; Walker 2-1. RECEIVING: MAINE-McDonald 6-52; Buttles 3-45; Johnson 3-21; Brown 1-10; Perillo 1-7. PITTSBURGH - Graham 28-121; Brown 8-22; Jones 1-9; TEAM 1-(-2); Sunseri 10-(-26). BRYANT-Harris 6-75; Tracey 6-70; Brown 2-43; Wilson 1-6. INTERCEPTIONS: MAINE-Coston 2-23. BRYANT-None. FUMBLES: MAINE-None. BRYANT-None.

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PASSING: MAINE-Smith 27-45-0-334; Waxman 0-1-0-0.PITTSBURGH - Sunseri 21-35-2-224; Anderson 5-7-0-33. RECEIVING: MAINE-Buttles 7-148; Session 6-50; Johnson 5-54; Perillo 3-36; McDonald 3-13; Brown 2-26; Aultman 1-7. PITTSBURGH-Street 6-74; R. Graham 5-30; H. Graham 4-59; Shanahan 4-49; Carswell 2-19; Brown 2-12; Saddler 2-7; Carozzoni 1-7.

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2011 boxscores Game #3

RV/- Maine______________ 31 Albany_________________ 15 September 17 /// University Field (4,944)

Game #4

RV/- Maine______________ 31 6/5 Delaware____________ 17 October 1 /// Alfond Stadium (6,000)

1 2 3 4 OT F Albany (0-2) 0 0 0 15 - 15 Delaware (3-2, 1-1) Maine (2-1) 7 14 3 7 - 31 Maine (3-1, 1-0)

1 2 3 4 OT F 0 10 7 0 - 17 7 0 7 17 - 31

FIRST QUARTER M - Brown 33 run (Harvey kick); 4 plays, 87 yards, 1:38 TOP

FIRST QUARTER M -Brown 26 run (Harvey kick); 7 plays, 89 yards, 2:44 TOP

SECOND QUARTER M - Perillo 7 pass from Smith (Harvey kick); 5 plays, 34 yards, 1:55 TOP M - McDonald 14 pass from Smith (Harvey kick); 8 plays, 38 yards, 1:13 TOP

SECOND QUARTER D - Naugle 16 pass from Donnelly (Baner kick); 10 plays, 59 yards, 3:28 TOP D - Baner 46 FG; 4 plays, -7 yards, 1:30 TOP

THIRD QUARTER M -Harvey 27 FG; 15 plays, 64 yards, 7:16 TOP

THIRD QUARTER M- Aultman 37 pass from Smith (Harvey kick); 5 plays, 83 yards, 2:42 TOP D- Pierce 13 run (Baner kick); 11 plays, 74 yards, 5:18 TOP

FOURTH QUARTER A -Romaine 1 run (Glass kick); 9 plays, 80 yards, 2:44 TOP M -Walker 2 run (Harvey kick); 5 plays, 36 yards, 2:43 TOP A -Petersen 6 pass from Smith (Osbourne pass from Di Lella); 5 plays, 69 yards, 2:00 TOP TEAM STATISTICS Category Maine Albany First Downs 24 11 Rushing Yards (Net) 197 79 Passing Yards (Net) 202 185 Comp.-Att.-Int. 21-32-0 18-37-1 Total Plays-Total Yards 83-399 65-264 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 0-0 Penalties-Yards 3-20 3-17 Punts-Yards (Avg.) 6-228 (38.0) 8-315 (39.4) Punt Returns-Yards 4-26 2-(-1) Kickoff Returns-Yards 1-21 4-64 Interception Returns-Yards 1-0 0-0 Third-Down Conversions (%) 7-17 (.412) 5-17 (.294) Fourth-Down Conversions (%) 2-2 (1.000) 0-2 (.000) Time of Possession 38:15 21:45 Sacks By-(Yards Lost) 1-(-3) 2-(-12) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: MAINE-Brown 19-125; Smith 16-31; Hood 6-25; Johnson 2-12; Walker 6-8; TEAM 2-(-4). ALBANY-Romaine 11-39; Smith 5-18; Di Lella 5-10; Osbourne 3-10; Chillis 1-1; Miseikis 3-1. PASSING: MAINE-Smith 21-32-0-202. ALBANY-Di Lella 16-32-1-179; Leathley 1-4-0-0; Smith 1-1-0-6. RECEIVING: MAINE-Perillo 6-57; Johnson 5-37; McDonald 4-55. Hood 2-20. Session 2-13. Brown 1-14. Walker 1-6. ALBANY-Chillis 5-80; Romaine 3-12; King 2-52; Gay 2-17; Smith 2-11; Kirchner 1-7; Petersen 1-6; Wilson 1-3; Misekis 1-(-3). INTERCEPTIONS: MAINE-D. James 1-0. ALBANY-None. FUMBLES: MAINE-Brown 1-1. ALBANY-None.

FOURTH QUARTER M - Brown 18 run (Harvey kick); 2 plays, 74 yards, 0:27 TOP M - Brown 5 run (Harvey kick); 3 plays, 75 yards, 1:26 TOP M - Harvey 31 FG; 4 plays, 9 yards, 2:12 TOP

TEAM STATISTICS Category First Downs Rushing Yards (Net) Passing Yards (Net) Comp.-Att.-Int. Total Plays-Total Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Yards (Avg.) Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Third-Down Conversions (%) Fourth-Down Conversions (%) Time of Possession Sacks By-(Yards Lost) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Delaware Maine 22 18 115 213 163 264 24-45-4 18-27-2 80-278 58-477 2-0 0-0 4-25 7-65 4-130 (32.5) 6-194 (32.3) 2-15 2-0 6-88 3-23 2-9 4-54 9-17 (.529) 1-9 (.111) 0-1 (.000) 1-1 (1.000) 31:27 28:33 0-0 3-(-25)

RUSHING: Delaware-Pierce 24-120; Hayes 5-28; Jones 1-2; Donnelly 5-(-35). Maine-Brown 23-193; Smith 4-15; Walker 4-5. PASSING: Delaware-Donnelly 24-45-4-163.. Maine-Smith 18-27-2-264. RECEIVING: Delaware-Pierce 8-34; White 7-52; Naugle 4-45; Russo 2-13; Boyle 1-11; Schenauer 1-4; Hayes 1-4. Maine-Session 4-111; Perillo 4-62; Aultman 3-49; McDonald 3-24; C. Charles 1-10; Brown 1-6; Spearin 1-3; Reagan 1-(-1). INTERCEPTIONS: Delaware-Curry 1-9; Hawkins 1-0. Maine-McMillian 1-31; D. James 1-17; Coston 1-0; Givans 1-6. FUMBLES: Delaware-Donnelly 2-0. Maine- None.


2011 boxscores Game #5

Game #6

19/RV Maine_____________ 25 6/7 James Madison________ 24

12/16 Maine______________ 27 Rhode Island_____________ 21

October 28 /// Bridgeforth Stadium (24,023) 1 2 3 4 OT F

October 15 /// Alfond Stadium (7,262) 1 2 3 4 OT F

Maine (5-1) 7 7 13 0 - 27 Maine (5-1) 0 14 0 3 8 25 James Madison (4-2) 7 7 0 3 7 14

Rhode Island (1-5)

0

0

7

14

FIRST QUARTER

FIRST QUARTER

J -Anderson 80 run (Starke kick); 1 play, 80 yards, 0:12 TOP

M -Brown 22 pass from Smith (Harvey kick); 9 plays, 75 yards, 4:02 TOP

SECOND QUARTER

SECOND QUARTER

M- McDonald 5 pass from Smith (Harvey kick); 14 plays, 79 yards, 7:02 TOP

M- McDonald 41 pass from Smith (Harvey kick); 1 play, 41 yards, 0:04 TOP

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21

J -Scott 4 run (Starke kick); 8 plays, 60 yards, 3:43 TOP THIRD QUARTER

M- Walker 4 run (Harvey kick); 9 plays, 68 yards, 3:19 TOP

M - Session 21 pass from Smith (Harvey kick); 5 plays, 50 yards, 1:41 TOP FOURTH QUARTER

R- Baskerville 25 pass from Bentsen (Feinstein kick); 9 plays, 80 yards, 4:31 TOP

J- Starke 32 FG; 13 plays, 67 yards, 6:54 TOP

M- Givans 2 INT return (Harvey kick blocked)

M- Harvey 34 FG; 8 plays, 47 yards, 1:22 TOP FOURTH QUARTER OVERTIME

R- Mancuso 1 run (Feinstein kick); 2 plays, 1 yard, 0:49 TOP

J- Edwards 1 run (Starke kick); 7 plays, 25 yards

R- Baskerville 4 pass from Bentsen (Feinstein kick); 16 plays, 95 yards, 5:33 TOP

M- Perillo 8 pass from Smith (Treister rush); 3 plays, 25 yards TEAM STATISTICS Category

TEAM STATISTICS

URI Maine

First Downs

14

18

21

20

Rushing Yards (Net)

141

118

Rushing Yards (Net)

90

304

Passing Yards (Net)

160

233

Passing Yards (Net)

295

98

Comp.-Att.-Int.

13-24-2

18-26-0

67-301

65-351

Category First Downs

Maine JMU

Comp.-Att.-Int.

28-40-0

13-18-0

Total Plays-Total Yards

Total Plays-Total Yards

70-385

69-402

Fumbles-Lost

1-1

Fumbles-Lost

0-0

1-1

Penalties-Yards

5-44

Penalties-Yards

5-45

5-35

Punts-Yards (Avg.)

5-149 (29.8)

Punts-Yards (Avg.)

7-232 (33.1)

5-219 (43.8)

Punt Returns-Yards

1-9

1-7

Kickoff Returns-Yards

4-88

2-42

Interception Returns-Yards

0-0

0-0

Third-Down Conversions (%)

7-15 (.467)

Fourth-Down Conversions (%)

0-0 (.000)

Time of Possession

30:47

Punt Returns-Yards

1-9

1-7

4-80

2-30

0-0

2-2

Third-Down Conversions (%)

4-13 (.307)

4-13 (.307)

7-13 (.538)

Fourth-Down Conversions (%)

1-2 (.500)

0-1 (.000)

0-0 (.000)

Time of Possession

29:13

Sacks By-(Yards Lost) 1-(-4) 3-(-21) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: JMU-Anderson 26-212; D. Scott 14-70; Edwards 9-20; Smith 2-2. Maine-Brown 15-54; Walker 8-33; Hood 1-2; Smith 6-1. PASSING: JMU-Edwards13-17-0-98; Team 0-1-0-0. Maine-Smith 28-40-0-295. RECEIVING: JMU-Smith 5-26; Barlow 3-35; Anderson 2-18; Robinson 1-12; Sharp 1-8; D. Scott 1-(-1). Maine-Perillo 9-101; McDonald 9-67; Williams 4-64; Session 4-21; C. Charles 1-21; Brown 1-21. INTERCEPTIONS: JMU-None. Maine-None FUMBLES: JMU-Smith 1-0; Edwards 1-0; Anderson 1-0; D. Scott 1-1. Maine-None.

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10-102 7-244 (34.9)

Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards

1-1

30:03

29:57

Sacks By-(Yards Lost) 1-(-5) 2-(-16) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: URI-Hurd 16-54; De. Johnson 9-33; Baskerville 4-18; Probst 6-17; Bentsen 5-16; Johnson-Farrell 1-2; Mancuso 2-1. Maine-Brown 29-103; Smith 5-15; Boone 1-12; Hood 1-(-2); Team 2-(-4); Walker 1-(-6). PASSING: URI-Bentsen 11-17-1-158; Probst 2-6-0-2; Abdullah 0-1-1-0. Maine-Smith 18-260-233. RECEIVING: URI-Baskerville 8-115; Bynum 3-32; Johnson-Farrell 1-16; Abdullah 1-(-3). Maine-McDonald 9-139; Williams 3-26; Session 2-28; Brown 2-22; Perillo 2-18. INTERCEPTIONS: URI-None. Maine-Givans 1-2; Coston 1-0. FUMBLES: URI-Hurd 1-1. Maine-Walker 1-1.

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2011 boxscores Game #7

18/21 Richmond___________ 22 9/14 Maine______________ 23 October 22, 2011 /// Robins Stadium (8,700)

Game #8

8/12 Maine______________ 41 Villanova_______________ 25 October 29 /// Villanova Stadium (5,000)

1 2 3 4 OT F 1 2 3 4 OT F Richmond (3-4) 6 10 0 6 - 22 Maine (7-1) 7 6 15 13 - 41 Maine (6-1) 0 0 0 23 - 23 Villanova (1-8) 0 6 6 13 - 25 FIRST QUARTER R - Barnette 6 pass from Corp (Kamin kick blocked); 11 plays, 76 yards, 4:38 TOP

FIRST QUARTER M - McDonald 33 pass from Smith (Harvey kick); 2 plays, 36 yards, 0:36 TOP

SECOND QUARTER R - Edwards 6 pass from Corp (Kamin kick); 8 plays, 59 yards, 4:16 TOP R - Kamin 30 FG; 13 plays, 76 yards, 5:33 TOP

SECOND QUARTER V - Medley 5 run (Hamilton kick blocked); 11 plays, 48 yards, 5:53 TOP M - Brown 10 run (Treister pass failed); 7 plays, 60 yards, 2:19 TOP

FOURTH QUARTER M - Perillo 16 pass from Smith (Harvey kick); 7 plays, 34 yards, 2:42 TOP R - Turner 2 run (Kamin kick blocked); 2 plays, 2 yards, 0:10 TOP M - Jerron McMillian PAT Return M- Hood 5 run (Harvey kick); 13 plays, 72 yards, 3:53 TOP M - Smith 1 run (Harvey kick); 11 plays, 64 yards, 4:00 TOP

THIRD QUARTER M- Williams 80 pass from Smith (Harvey kick); 1 play, 80 yards, 0:12 TOP M- Smith 29 run (Treister rush); 3 plays, 84 yards, 0:49 TOP V- Wells 60 pass from Polony (Polony pass failed); 5 plays, 70 yards, 1:23 TOP FOURTH QUARTER M- Brown 2 run (Harvey kick failed); 14 plays, 69 yards, 7:19 TOP V- Reynolds 8 pass from Polony (Polony pass failed); 1 play, 8 yards, 0:06 TOP M- Hood 1 run (Harvey kick); 9 plays, 35 yards, 4:57 TOP V- Reynolds 25 pass from Polony (Hamilton kick); 7 plays, 59 yards, 1:45 TOP

TEAM STATISTICS Category Maine Richmond First Downs 24 20 Rushing Yards (Net) 71 42 Passing Yards (Net) 289 301 TEAM STATISTICS Comp.-Att.-Int. 32-52-2 32-45-0 Category Maine Villanova Total Plays-Total Yards 79-360 71-343 First Downs 18 19 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 3-2 Rushing Yards (Net) 159 197 Penalties-Yards 8-81 2-20 Passing Yards (Net) 251 208 Punts-Yards (Avg.) 5-216 (43.2) 6-232 (38.7) Comp.-Att.-Int. 17-22-0 11-22-1 Punt Returns-Yards 4-25 3-15 Total Plays-Total Yards 57-410 67-405 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-52 3-23 Fumbles-Lost 4-2 0-0 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 2-44 Penalties-Yards 2-21 5-49 Third-Down Conversions (%) 4-13 (.307) 4-13 (.307) Punts-Yards (Avg.) 3-105 (35.0) 4-122 (30.5) Fourth-Down Conversions (%) 1-2 (.500) 0-2 (.000) Punt Returns-Yards 2-7 2-11 Time of Possession 29:08 30:52 Sacks By-(Yards Lost) 5-(-35) 2-(-22) Kickoff Returns-Yards 3-28 7-122 Interception Returns-Yards 1-25 0-0 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Third-Down Conversions (%) 5-11 (.454) 3-14 (.214) PASSING: Richmond-Corp 32-44-0-301; TEAM 0-1-0-0. Maine-Smith 30-50-2-277; Wasilews- Fourth-Down Conversions (%) 2-2 (1.000) 3-4 (.750) ki 1-1-0-0. Time of Possession 28:23 31:37 RECEIVING: Richmond-Gray 12-128; Edwards 8-98; Barnette 4-31; Turner 3-11; Roller 3-10; Sacks By-(Yards Lost) 2-(-16) 0-0 Finney 2-23. Maine-McDonald 10-84; Perillo 8-61; Williams 6-82; Session 5-47; Brown 1-3; Clay 1-0. INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING:Richmond -Gaskins 12-51; Turner 5-9; Grant 1-3; TEAM 1-0; Corp 7-(-21). Maine:RUSHING: Villanova-Medley 17-100; Polony 11-34; Doss 9-31; Thomas 3-21; Abdur-Rahman Hood 13-77; Brown 7-9; TEAM 1-(-1); Smith 6-(-14). 2-5; Hamilton 1-5; Quarrie 2-1. Maine-Brown 18-75; Smith 10-74; Hood 6-12; TEAM 1-(-2). INTERCEPTIONS: Richmond-Graham 1-0; Taylor 1-44. Maine-None. PASSING: Villanova-Polony 10-20-1-198; Abdur-Rahman 0-1-0-0; Thomas 1-1-0-10. MaineFUMBLES: Richmond-Gaskins 1-1; TEAM 1-0; Pettus 1-1. Maine- Smith 1-1. Smith 17-22-0-251. RECEIVING: Villanova-Pettway 3-32; Wells 2-73; Price 2-46; Reynolds 2-33; Abdur-Rahman 1-14; Miles 1-10. Maine-McDonald 8-96; Session 4-66; Williams 2-78; Aultman 1-8; Charles 1-8; Brown 1-(-5). INTERCEPTIONS: Villanova-None. Maine-Coston 1-25. FUMBLES: Villanova-None. Maine-Smith 2-0; Coston 1-1; Williams 1-1.


2011 boxscores Game #9

14/14 Towson_____________ 40 7/8 Maine_______________ 30 November 5 /// Alfond Stadium (5,258)

Game #10

RV/RV Massachusetts______ 21 13/13 Maine______________ 32 November 12 /// Alfond Stadium (4,460)

1 2 3 4 OT F 1 2 3 4 OT F Towson (7-2, 5-1) 7 13 6 14 - 40 Massachusetts (5-5) 0 14 7 0 - 21 Maine (7-2, 5-1) 7 2 7 14 - 30 Maine (8-2, 6-1) 3 7 9 13 - 32 FIRST QUARTER T - West 8 run (Soven kick); 10 plays, 66 yards, 4:33 TOP M- Smith 15 run (Harvey kick); 9 plays, 70 yards, 5:16 TOP SECOND QUARTER T- West 2 run (Soven kick); 3 plays, 10 yards, 0:45 TOP T- Dameron 19 run (Soven kick blocked); 3 plays, 67 yards, 0:41 TOP M- Coston PAT return THIRD QUARTER M- Hood 1 run (Harvey kick); 11 plays, 43 yards, 5:09 TOP T- Dameron 33 pass from Enders (Soven kick failed); 6 plays, 72 yards, 2:28 TOP FOURTH QUARTER T- Enders 2 run (Soven kick); 4 plays, 26 yards, 1:32 TOP M- Aultman 53 pass from Smith (Harvey kick); 1 play, 53 yards, 1:25 TOP T- West 4 run (Soven kick); 10 plays, 75 yards, 5:10 TOP M- Williams 3 pass from Smith (Harvey kick); 11 plays, 61 yards, 2:41 TOP TEAM STATISTICS Category Towson Maine First Downs 20 19 Rushing Yards (Net) 334 85 Passing Yards (Net) 84 256 Comp.-Att.-Int. 6-13-1 26-41-2 Total Plays-Total Yards 66-418 72-341 Fumbles-Lost 3-1 2-1 Penalties-Yards 5-28 5-25 Punts-Yards (Avg.) 3-117 (39.0) 3-115 (38.3) Punt Returns-Yards 2-1 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 3-63 7-85 Interception Returns-Yards 2-37 1-0 Third-Down Conversions (%) 6-10 (.600) 6-15 (.400) Fourth-Down Conversions (%) 1-1(1.000) 2-2 (1.000) Time of Possession 28:40 31:20 Sacks By-(Yards Lost) 4-(-27) 3-(-11) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: TOWSON-West 21-183; Dameron 19-109; Enders 10-40; Jones 1-2; Kinnard 1-2; Team 1-(-2). Maine-Hood 23-85; Smith 8-0. PASSING: TOWSON-Enders 6-13-1-84. Maine-Smith 26-41-2-256. RECEIVING: TOWSON- Ryan 2-27; Dameron 1-33; Oboh 1-14; Sheppard 1-7; Banks 1-3. Maine-Aultman 8-117; Williams 7-47; McDonald 5-49; Perillo 3-28; Hood 2-12; Session 1-3. INTERCEPTIONS: TOWSON-Powell 1-30; DiSanzo 1-7. Maine-K. James 1-0. FUMBLES: TOWSON - Enders 2-1; Kinnard 1-0. Maine-Boone 1-0; Hood 1-1.

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FIRST QUARTER MAINE - Harvey 22 FG; 10 plays, 67 yards, 4:27 TOP SECOND QUARTER MASS -Julmiste 17 pass from Pendagast (Yelovich kick); 5 plays, 65 yards, 2:15 TOP MAINE- Brown 12 run (Harvey kick); 5 plays, 80 yards, 1:51 TOP MASS -Hernandez 2 run (Yelovich kick); 7 plays, 24 yards, 1:19 TOP THIRD QUARTER MASS- Viveiros 26 yard INT return (Yelovich kick) MAINE - Harvey 30 yard FG; 7 plays, 67 yards, 2:20 TOP MAINE - Russell 60 yard fumble return (Smith pass failed) FOURTH QUARTER MAINE - Smith 6 run (Smith pass failed); 3 plays, 14 yards, 1:18 TOP MAINE - Cole 0 yard funble recovery (Harvey kick) TEAM STATISTICS Category UMass Maine First Downs 21 15 Rushing Yards (Net) 119 188 Passing Yards (Net) 237 184 Comp.-Att.-Int. 19-31-1 14-25-1 Total Plays-Total Yards 76-356 61-372 Fumbles-Lost 3-3 0-0 Penalties-Yards 4-35 6-59 Punts-Yards (Avg.) 1-52 (52.0) 3-118 (39.3) Punt Returns-Yards 2-7 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 6-75 2-23 Interception Returns-Yards 1-26 1-14 Third-Down Conversions (%) 7-15 (.467) 6-15 (.400) Fourth-Down Conversions (%) 0-4 (.000) 0-0 (.000) Time of Possession 32:26 26:34 Sacks By-(Yards Lost) 1-(-4) 2-(-12) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: UMASS-Hernandez 31-91; Williams 9-53; Talley 1-12; Julmiste 1-6; Pendagast 2-(12); TEAM 1-(-31). Maine-Brown 26-144; Smith 8-44; Hood 1-2; TEAM 1-(-2) PASSING: UMASS-Pendagast 19-31-1-237. Maine-Smith 14-25-1-184. RECEIVING: UMASS-Talley 6-107; Gilson 6-71; Julmiste 3-32; Igwenagu 2-15; Danska 1-6; Hernandez 1-6. Maine - Williams 4-73; Aultman 3-64; Perillo 2-13; Session 2-9; Brown 2-5; Falvey 1-20. INTERCEPTIONS: UMASS-Viveiros 1-26. Maine-Achey 1-14. FUMBLES: UMASS-Pendagast 2-2; TEAM 1-1 Maine-None.

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2011 boxscores Game #11

Game #12 (NCAA 2nd Round)

12/12 Maine______________ 27 11/11 New Hampshire_______ 30

13/13 Maine______________ 34 9/9 Appalachian State______ 12

November 19 /// Cowell Stadium (6,855) December 3 /// Brewer Stadium (15,291) 1 2 3 4 OT F 1 2 3 4 OT F Maine (8-3) 14 3 3 7 - 27 Maine (9-3) 7 6 14 7 - 34 New Hampshire (8-3) 7 3 6 14 - 30 Appalachian State (8-4) 0 6 0 6 - 12 FIRST QUARTER M -Brown 33 run (Harvey kick); 2 plays, 36 yards, 0:47 TOP N -Harris 34 pass from Decker (MacArthur kick); 6 plays, 60 yards, 2:40 TOP M -Smith 2 run (Harvey kick); 15 plays, 60 yards, 6:46 TOP SECOND QUARTER M- Harvey 41 FG; 13 plays, 54 yards, 6:00 TOP N -MacArthur 32 FG; 14 plays, 72 yards, 2:43 TOP

FIRST QUARTER M -Aultman 44 pass from Smith (Harvey kick); 4 plays, 69 yards, 1:20 TOP SECOND QUARTER A-Peacock 20 pass from Jackson (Stewart kick blocked); 7 plays, 58 yards, 2:51 TOP M -Aultman 35 pass from Smith (Harvey kick blocked); 8 plays, 80 yards, 4:09 TOP THIRD QUARTER

THIRD QUARTER M-Giansante 10 pass from Decker (MacArthur kick failed); 3 plays, 77 yards, 0:34 TOP M -Harvey 21 FG; 7 plays, 36 yards, 4:02 TOP

M-Ebeling 21 pass from Smith (Harvey kick); 8 plays, 58 yards, 4:11 TOP M -Hood 54 run (Harvey kick); 1 play, 54 yards, 0:12 TOP FOURTH QUARTER

FOURTH QUARTER N- Harris 5 pass from Decker (MacArthur kick); 5 plays, 18 yards, 1:50 TOP N- Steriti 18 run (MacArthur kick); 1 play, 18 yards, 0:05 TOP M -Aultman 10 pass from Smith (Harvey kick); 11 plays, 65 yards, 3:57 TOP TEAM STATISTICS Category Maine UNH First Downs 22 19 Rushing Yards (Net) 136 158 Passing Yards (Net) 200 203 Comp.-Att.-Int. 24-41-3 16-30-3 Total Plays-Total Yards 82-336 68-361 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 1-1 Penalties-Yards 4-40 6-62 Punts-Yards (Avg.) 5-187 (37.4) 5-127 (25.4) Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-64 4-124 Interception Returns-Yards 3-0 3-39 Third-Down Conversions (%) 10-19 (.526) 5-13 (.385) Fourth-Down Conversions (%) 1-2 (.500) 1-1 (1.000) Time of Possession 34:39 25:21 Sacks By-(Yards Lost) 3-(-25) 1-(-7) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: UNH-Steriti 21-150; Setian 7-31; Mangieri 1-9; Team 2-(-2); Chandler 1-(-9); Decker 6-(-21). Maine-Brown 20-77; Smith 8-38; Hood 11-33; Team 2-(-12) PASSING: UNH-Decker 16-30-3-203. Maine-Smith 24-41-3-200. RECEIVING: UNH-Harris 6-106; Mangieri 3-19; Steriti 3-16; Orlando 1-22; Mello 1-14; Giansante 1-10. Maine-Aultman 12-105; Perillo 7-63; Session 3-16; Williams 2-16. INTERCEPTIONS: UNH-Wilkes 1-0; Houston 2-29. Maine-Coston 1-0; Russell 1-0; D. James 1-0. FUMBLES: UNH-Chandler 1-1. Maine- K. James 1-1.

A- Cadet 1 run (Stewart kick failed); 10 plays, 74 yards, 3:22 TOP M-Brown 31 run (Harvey kick); 5 plays, 60 yards, 2:26 TOP TEAM STATISTICS Category

Maine

First Downs

20

App. St.

Rushing Yards (Net)

216

3

Passing Yards (Net)

250

272

Comp.-Att.-Int.

17-26-1

26-45-2

Total Plays-Total Yards

62-466

70-275

17

Fumbles-Lost

1-0

2-1

Penalties-Yards

5-32

4-50

Punts-Yards (Avg.)

6-218 (36.3)

Punt Returns-Yards

4-19

8-306 (38.2) 2-3

Kickoff Returns-Yards

2-50

3-64

Interception Returns-Yards

2-(-8)

1-5

Third-Down Conversions (%)

4-13 (.308)

5-17 (.294)

Fourth-Down Conversions (%)

1-1 (1.000)

1-2 (.500)

Time of Possession

32:22

27:38

Sacks By-(Yards Lost) 3-(-31) 0-0 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: APP-Baker Boney 7-16; Miller 2-3; Cadet 6-(-4); Jackson 10-(-12). Maine-Brown 24-111; Hood 4-88; Smith 5-22; TEAM 1-(-2); Treister 2-(-3). PASSING: APP-Jackson 26-45-2-272. Maine-Smith 17-26-1-250. RECEIVING: APP-Quick 7-41; Peacock 6-75; Cadet 4-48; Jorden 4-27; Presley 2-33; Baker Boney 2-32; Tony Washington 1-16. Maine-Aultman 5-117; Perillo 4-48; Williams 4-42; Session 3-22; Ebeling 1-21. INTERCEPTIONS:APP-Lloyd 1-5. Maine-Al-Mateen 1-1; K. James 1-(-9). FUMBLES: APP-Cadet 1-0; Jackson 1-1. Maine- Perillo 1-0.


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Game #13 (NCAA Qtrs.)

13/13 Maine______________ 23 3/3 Georgia Southern_______ 35

December 10 /// Brewer Stadium (15,291) 1 2 3 4 OT F

Maine (9-4) 7 3 13 0 - 23 Georgia Southern (11-2) 14 7 14 0 - 35 FIRST QUARTER G -J. Shaw 2 yd run (A. Mora kick); 7 plays, 60 yards, TOP 3:20 G -J. Wilcox 2 yd run (A. Mora kick); 13 plays, 79 yards, TOP 8:03 M -Boone 91 yd kickoff return (Harvey, Brian kick) SECOND QUARTER M -Harvey, Brian 21 yd field goal; 7 plays, 62 yards, TOP 3:37 G - J. Wilcox 7 yd run (A. Mora kick) ; 9 plays, 67 yards, TOP 5:35 THIRD QUARTER M-Perillo, Justin 12 yd pass from Smith (Harvey, Brian kick); 6 plays, 72 yards, TOP 2:53 G - J. Shaw 1 yd run (A. Mora kick); 7 plays, 56 yards, TOP 3:13 G -K. Showers 25 yd pass from J. Shaw (A. Mora kick); 2 plays, 27 yards, TOP 0:49 M -Ebeling, John 3 yd pass from Smith, Warren (Treister rush failed); 6 plays, 80 yards, TOP 2:15 TEAM STATISTICS Category

Maine

First Downs

15

23

Rushing Yards (Net)

66

360

Passing Yards (Net)

229

Ga. St.

116

Comp.-Att.-Int.

15-29-3

7-8-0

Total Plays-Total Yards

45-295

75-476

Fumbles-Lost

1-0

Penalties-Yards

1-5

Punts-Yards (Avg.)

0-0

Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards

0-0 5-149 (29.8) 0-0

1-1 12-93 1-36 (36.0) 0-0 2-47 (23.5) 3-4

Third-Down Conversions (%)

2-6 (.333)

8-13 (.615)

Fourth-Down Conversions (%)

0-2(.000)

2-3 (.667)

Time of Possession Sacks By-(Yards Lost)

17:36 0-0

42:24 0-0

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: GSU-Wilcox 8-99; Swope 23-81; Bryant 6-65; Hickey 6-43; Robinson 6-36; Brown 2-20; Shaw 14-19; TEAM 2-(-3).. Maine-Brown 9-38; Smith 6-35; TEAM 1-(-7). PASSING: GSU-Shaw 7-8-0-116.. Maine-Smith 15-29-3-229 RECEIVING: GSU- Showers 2-34; Walker 2-15; Wilcox 1-32; Robinson 1-27; Brown 1-8. Maine-Aultman 6-108; Williams 4-89; Perillo 2-17; Session 2-12; Ebeling 1-3 INTERCEPTIONS:GSU-Eubanks 1-4; McKinnon 2-0. Maine-None. FUMBLES: GSU-Shaw 1-1. Maine- TEAM 1-0.

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this is CAA Football

Two National Championships, four NCAA Championship game appearances, eight NCAA semifinal appearances and more than 30 postseason wins in five years under the CAA Football banner...Unprecedented numbers in terms of Football Championship Subdivision success. CAA Football raised the profile of what was once the Yankee Conference and later the Atlantic 10 Conference when it took the reins of the league in 2007. Now five years into the CAA’s leadership the league has cemented itself as an FCS power conference in terms of on-the-field success, television exposure, marketability and success of its players at the next level. CAA Football may have not been represented on the day of the 2012 NCAA Championship game, but it was certainly recognized on the eve of the contest. New Hampshire linebacker Matt Evans, Towson head coach Rob Ambrose and his rookie running back Terrance West helped CAA Football take home three of the four top national honors from The Sports Network. Evans, a junior in 2011, became the league’s third Buck Buchanan National Defensive Player of the Year. Ambrose earned the league’s sixth Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year Award and West was the inaugural recipient of the Jerry Rice National Freshman of the Year honor. The recognition of Towson’s national award winning duo was fitting given what the Tigers were able to accomplish during the 2011 season. Ambrose and his squad logged one of the best turnarounds in all of college football, improving from a one-win campaign in 2010 to a 9-3 overall mark and the CAA Football outright league championship in 2011. The Tigers, picked to finish last in the league’s preseason poll, finished 7-1 against league foes and ended 2011 ranked No. 9 in the country. Towson’s CAA Football championship made it one of five CAA Football programs to earn a berth in the NCAA Championship field, a mark no other FCS conference has ever equaled. James Madison and Old Dominion each garnered first round playoff victories helping CAA Football make up five of the final 16 teams in the NCAA’s second round. Maine went on the road and topped perennial power Appalachian State in the second round, but the remaining four (James Madison, New Hampshire, Old Dominion and Towson) all stumbled. The Black Bears’ season ended the next weekend when it lost at Georgia Southern in the NCAA quarterfinal round. Although the league’s 2011 postseason outcome fell short of previous benchmarks, its regular season successes did not. Richmond gave the league its ninth win over a BCS/FBS opponent in the last five years when it upset Duke, 23-21, to open the 2011 season. CAA Football has won 17 contests against the upper level of major college football in the last 10 years. The league’s regular season non-conference success was never better than in 2011, finishing 19-2 (.905) in matchups against FCS opponents outside of CAA Football. The conference continued its stonghold in the national polls, showing at least seven teams ranked over a six-week stretch. In the Oct. 17 release of The Sports Network Top-25 , a record nine CAA Football programs were ranked between No. 9 and No. 22. CAA Football ended the 2011 season with a national-best six teams among both Top-25 polls. Beginning in 2012, CAA Football will kickoff a five-year agreement the Colonial Athletic Association inked with the NBC Sports Group in February. The broadcast agreement will provide CAA Football a minimum of five national television broadcasts on the NBC Sports Network and continue its regional television coverage with an additional 13 broadcasts using the Comcast SportsNet regional networks. The CAA and CAA Football is the first collegiate athletic conference to sign a broadcast agreement with the NBC Sports Network, which launched on January 2, 2012. The league has earned 80 total playoff berths, including 37 in the last 10 seasons. Getting into the playoffs isn’t where the success stops, as evidenced by 52 playoff wins since 2002. CAA Football has continued to make its presence felt at the national level by placing eight teams in the national semifinal round over the last five seasons, and advancing a team to the national title game four of the last five years. Richmond’s National Championship in 2008 and Villanova’s 2009 title are the most recent championships for the league. In 2004, James Madison claimed the national championship with a 31-21 triumph over Montana, becoming the first team to reach the title game by winning three road playoff contests since the field expanded to 16 teams in 1986. Delaware rolled past Colgate 40-0 to capture the national championship in 2003, becoming the first team to ever post a shutout in the title game. No other conference has had two different teams win national titles in back-to-back years and CAA Football has done it twice (200304 & 2008-09). Massachusetts earned a national championship in 1998, beating perennial power Georgia Southern, 55-43. Adding the honors won by Ambrose, Evans and West gives CAA Football a total of 22 individual accolades accumulated by standouts from the league. New Hampshire quarterback Ricky Santos (2006), William and Mary quarterback Lang Campbell (2004), Villanova running back Brian Westbrook (2001), Villanova wide receiver Brian Finneran (1997), New Hampshire running back Jerry Azumah (1998) and Towson running back Dave Meggett (1988) all have

won the prestigious Walter Payton Award under the league banner. James Madison linebacker Derrick Lloyd (2001) and defensive lineman Arthur Moats (2009) each received the Buck Buchanan Award prior to Evans’ honor in 2011. New Hampshire’s Sean McDonnell (2005), James Madison’s Mickey Matthews (1999 & 2008), Villanova’s Andy Talley (1997) and Boston University’s Dan Allen (1993) were Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year Award winners from the league before Ambrose won the award in 2011. Delaware’s K.C. Keeler (2010), Richmond’s Mike London (2008), Matthews (2004), Massachusetts’ Mark Whipple (1998) and Talley (1997 & 2009) have garnered the American Football Coaches Association National Coach of the Year honor. Success beyond the collegiate playing field can be measured in numerous ways. CAA Football has had 100 players drafted by NFL franchises dating back to 1948. A total of 26 players have been selected in the draft over the last 10 years, including the league’s second-highest draft pick ever -- former Delaware Blue Hen quarterback Joe Flacco (18th overall to the Baltimore Ravens in 2008). The league has also excelled in graduating student-athletes as 10 programs have earned NCAA Public Recognition Awards over the last three years for ranking among the Top 10 percent of the FCS in the NCAA’s Academic Progress Rating system. The CAA Football geographic footprint will encompass much of the East Coast during the 2012 season with schools located from Maine to Georgia. This season’s members include Delaware, Georgia State, James Madison, Maine, New Hampshire, Old Dominion, Rhode Island, Richmond, Towson, Villanova and William and Mary. While CAA Football officially began March 1, 2007, its roots date back more than 60 years. On December 3, 1946, the Code of the Yankee Conference went into effect. Established as an all-sports conference for the New England land grant colleges, the six charter members included Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. Upon the formation of Division I-AA football in 1978, the league disbanded all sports except football. Delaware and Richmond were admitted to the conference in 1986, Villanova was added in 1988 and James Madison, Northeastern and William and Mary joined the league in 1993. The Atlantic 10 assumed operation control of the conference from 1997-2006, with Hofstra becoming part of the league in 2001 and Towson joining the group in 2004.

CAA Football Media Services For information on CAA Football, please contact: Scott Meyer, Director of Football Communications Email: smeyer@caasports.com Rob Washburn, Asst. Commissioner/Comm. Email: rwashburn@caasports.com CAA Football Phone: 804-754-1616 CAA Football Fax: 804-754-1830 WEEKLY COACHES’ MEDIA TELECONFERENCE The CAA Football coaches will hold a weekly teleconference for the media beginning in August and continuing each Monday through the end of the 2009 season. Each coach will be available for 10 minutes. Media representatives wishing to participate in the teleconference should contact the CAA Football office for the phone number and schedule. CAA FOOTBALL ON THE WEB...CAASPORTS.COM The official web site of CAA Football features current information on all facets of the league, including the 12 football playing members. Standings along with team-by-team and composite results are updated after each game. National polls, weekly award winners and team notebooks are updated early each week. The site also contains schedules, television listings, past conference records and much more. Be sure to check out the CAA Media Center for video highlights of action from around the league. WEEKLY RELEASE, AWARDS, STATISTICS Media can access Adobe Acrobat PDF_files of the complete weekly release, including conference and team-by-team statistics, by logging on to www.CAASports.com. Weekly releases will also be sent via email to a number of accredited media outlets around the league. Media representatives should contact the CAA Football office to be added to the email list. CAA Football names offensive, defensive, rookie and special teams Players of the Week each Monday morning during the season. Winners, announced at the beginning of the weekly teleconference, are chosen from nominations provided by CAA Football sports information directors. The information will also be available from the CAA Football office via release as well as on the league’s website. CAA FOOTBALL STAFF Commissioner-Tom Yeager; Director of Football Operations-Chuck Boone; Supervisor of Officials-Jim Maconaghy; Sr. Assoc. Comm./Compliance-Kathleen Batterson; Sr. Assoc. Comm./ Marketing-Robert Goodman; Assoc. Comm./Broadcast Services-Pete Hock; Communications Dir.-Niki DeSantis; Communications Intern-Kim Wagner; Director of Video Services-Kelly Bowmaster; Director of Operations-Stephanie Lusby; Office Administrator-Tara Gagnon.


caa/ncaa Rankings CAA Standings 1. Towson*# T2. Old Dominion T2. Maine#! T2. New Hampshire# T5. Delaware T5. James Madison 7. William & Mary 8. Rhode Island 9. Villanova 10. Richmond UMass%

--------CONFERENCE-------- W-L Pct. PF PA 7-1 .875 293 224 6-2 .750 268 215 6-2 .750 236 200 6-2 .750 260 222 5-3 .625 194 163 5-3 .625 204 137 3-5 .375 162 187 2-6 .250 187 239 1-7 .125 143 253 0-8 .000 168 249 0-0 .000 194 220

-----------OVERALL----------W-L Pct. PF PA 9-3 .750 418 312 10-3 .769 477 361 9-4 .692 381 310 8-4 .667 394 379 7-4 .636 284 220 8-5 .615 289 255 5-6 .455 202 244 3-8 .273 243 312 2-9 .182 189 336 3-8 .273 146 295 5-6 .455 277 307

*-CAA Champ // #-NCAA Playoff Participant // $-NCAA Semifinalists // !-NCAA Final Eight//%UMass record 0-0 due to reclassification to FBS >> CAA MAJOR AWARDS Offensive_____________________________Kevin Decker (QB, New Hampshire) Defensive____________________________ Ronnie Cameron (DL, Old Dominion) Special Teams______________________ Jonathan Grimes (KR,William and Mary) Offensive Rookie____________________________ Terrance West (RB, Towson) Defensive Rookie_____________________________ Dillon Lucas (LB,Villanova) Coach______________________________________ Rob Ambrose (Towson)

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Category___________________________________________ Maine’s Rank Scoring Offense___________________________________________ 4th (29.3) Scoring Defense___________________________________________ 4th (23.8) Total Offense____________________________________________ 4th (373.3) Total Defense___________________________________________ 4th (352.5) Rushing Offense__________________________________________ 9th (133.2) Rushing Defense_________________________________________ 8th (161.8) Pass Offense____________________________________________ 4th (240.2) Pass Defense____________________________________________ 1st (190.6) Pass Efficiency___________________________________________ 4th (135.0) Pass Efficiency Defense_____________________________________ 2nd (114.5) Kickoff Returns__________________________________________ 11th (16.9) Punt Return Average_________________________________________4th (9.2) Punting_______________________________________________ 10th (33.5) Field Goals_____________________________________________ 10th (.571) PAT Kicking______________________________________________ 5th (.932) Sacks By________________________________________________ 3rd (33) Sacks Against_____________________________________________ 3rd (20) First Downs_____________________________________________ 4th (249) Opponent First Downs_______________________________________ 8th (247) Third-Down Conversions______________________________________ 8th (37.9) Opponent Third-Down Conversions_______________________________ 5th (40.9) Fourth-Down Conversions_____________________________________2nd (60.0) Opponent Fourth-Down Conversions______________________________ 3rd (42.3) Penalties_______________________________________________ 3rd (43.1) Opponent Penalties________________________________________ 10th (39.1) Time of Possession________________________________________ 6th (29:55) Turnover Margin__________________________________________2nd (0.69) Red Zone Offense__________________________________________ 8th (77.6) Red Zone Defense__________________________________________2nd (77.4)

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ncaa rankings

Category___________________________________________ Maine’s Rank Rushing Offense_________________________________________76th (132.15) Passing Offense_________________________________________28th (240.15) Total Offense___________________________________________50th (373.31) Scoring Offense_________________________________________ 36th (29.31) Rushing Defense_______________________________________ 72nd (161.85) Pass Efficiency Defense____________________________________25th (114.58) Total Defense__________________________________________ 51st (352.46) Scoring Defense_________________________________________ 42nd (23.85) Net Punting___________________________________________ 69th (33.52) Punt Returns____________________________________________ 47th (9.21) Kickoff Returns_________________________________________ 117h (16.87) Turnover Margin_________________________________________ 25th (0.69) Pass Defense___________________________________________ 31st (190.62) Passing Efficiency________________________________________40th (134.99) Sacks Allowed___________________________________________ 36th (1.54) Sacks________________________________________________ 26th (2.54)

Category___________________________________________ Maine’s Rank Interceptions per Game_____________________________ Trevor Coston (3rd, 0.46) Rushing per Game_______________________________Pushaun Brown (6th, 91.1) Passing avg. per Game_____________________________ Warren Smith (3rd, 240.2) Pass Efficiency__________________________________ Warren Smith (3rd, 135.7) Total Offense___________________________________Warren Smith (2nd, 263.7) Punt Return Average________________________________ Trevor Coston (1st, 9.7) Kick Return Average_____________________________ Roosevelt Boone (8th, 20.2) Receiving Yards per Game__________________________ Damarr Aultman (9th, 52.3) Punting_____________________________________ Jordan Waxman (9th, 36.1) Scoring (TDs)___________________________________Pushaun Brown (5th, 72) Scoring (Kick)____________________________________ Brian Harvey (6th, 5.0) Field Goals_____________________________________ Brian Harvey (9th, 0.62) PAT Kicking Pct.__________________________________ Brian Harvey (5th, 93.2) Tackles (All Positions)____________ Vinson Givans (19th, 7.2), Jerron McMillian (21st, 7.1) ____________________________________________ Troy Russell (32nd, 6.2) Sacks_________________________________________Michael Cole (1st, 0.85) Tackles-for-Loss__________________________________ Michael Cole (4th, 1.15) Fumbles Recovered_________________________Troy Russell, Michael Cole (8th, 0.15) Passes Defended_________________________________ Trevor Coston (3rd, 1.15)

Individual

Category___________________________________________ Maine’s Rank Rushing Per Game_____________________________ Pushaun Brown (35th, 91.08) Total Offense_________________________________ Warren Smith (19th, 263.69) Passing Efficiency_______________________________Warren Smith (41st, 135.73) Punt Returns____________________________________Trevor Coston (19th,9.71) Interceptions___________________________________Trevor Coston (T-7th, .46) __________________________________________ Darlos James (T-50th, .31) Sacks Per Game___________________________________Michael Cole (21st, .85) Tackles-For-Loss Per Game__________________________Michael Cole (T-71st, 1.15)

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History & records

Rushing

team records

>> M ost Rushes Game___________84 vs. Bowdoin (1954) Season _________________596 (1982) >> Most Yards Game _________ 483 vs. Vermont (1959) Season _______________ 2,637 (1982) >> Most Touchdowns Game _________7 vs. Connecticut (1951) _______________7 vs. Vermont (1957) Season _________________ 34 (1989) >> Most AVERAGE Yards Per Game Season _______________ 239.7 (1982)

Passing

>> Most Attempts Game ________ 62 vs. Connecticut (1997) Season _________________456 (1997) >> Most Completions Game _______ 40 vs. Rhode Island (2009) Season _________________259 (1997) >> Most Yards Game ________ 522 vs. Connecticut (1997) Season _______________ 3,197 (1997) >> Most Touchdowns Game___________ 6 vs. Villanova (1998) Season _________________ 27 (1997) _____________________ 27 (1998) >> Best Passing Percentage Season _______________ 65.4% (2000) >> Most Passes Had Intercepted Game ______ 6 vs. New Hampshire (1980) Season _________________ 22 (1981) >> Most AVERAGE Yards Per Game Season _______________ 290.6 (1997)

Total Offense

>> Total Plays Game ______ 105 at New Hampshire (2005) Season _________________936 (2002) >> Total Yards Game ________685 at Morgan State (2003) Season _______________ 4,861 (1989) >> Highest Average Yards Per Game Season _______________ 441.9 (1989)

Punting

>> Most Punts Game __________ 13 at Nebraska (2005) _____________ 12 vs. Delaware (1980) Season _________________ 87 (1978) >> Most Yards Game _________ 518 at Nebraska (2005) Season _______________ 3,166 (1978)

Punt Returns

>> Most Returns Game __________ 11 vs. Vermont (1968) Season _________________ 39 (1968)

The 2008 Black Bears won six-straight games and advanced to the NCAA playoffs. >> Most Yards Game ___ 144 vs. Youngstown State (1966) Season _________________495 (1965) >> Most Touchdowns Game ___ 1 (11x), Last: vs. Monmouth (2007) Season __________________ 2 (1996)

Kickoff Returns

>> Most Returns Game _______ 10 at New Hampshire (2005) ___________ 9 vs. Massachusetts (1998) Season _____________52 (1990 & 2004) >> Most Yards Game ______ 232 vs. Massachusetts (1998) Season _______________ 1,051 (1998) >> Most Touchdowns Game __1, Last: vs. Georgia Southern (2011) Season __________________ 2 (1995) ______________________ 2 (2004)

Interceptions

>> Most Returns Game ____________ 7 vs. Towson (1991) Season_________________ 25 (1990) >> Most Yards Game _________ 160 vs. Bowdoin (1962) Season _________________332 (1965) >> Most Touchdowns Game _____________3 vs. Liberty (1992) Season __________________ 6 (1992)

Scoring

>> Most Points Game________ 97 vs. Fort Williams (1927) ___________ 77 at Morgan State (2003) ________________ 62 vs. Bates (1952) ____________ 62 vs. Springfield (1983) ________ 62 vs. Boston University (1997) ________________62 vs. Shaw (2006) Season _________________398 (1989) >> Most Touchdowns Game ________ 14 vs. Fort Williams (1927)

___________ 11 at Morgan State (2003) Season _________________ 56 (1989) >> Most Extra Points Kicked Game ________ 11 at Morgan State (2003) ___________ 10 vs. Fort Williams (1919) Season _________________ 45 (1982) >> Most Extra PoinT AttemptS Game _______ 11 at Morgan State (2003) ___________ 10 vs. Fort Williams (1919) Season _________________ 48 (1989) >> Most Extra Points Run/Passed Game __________ 3 vs. Bowdoin (1958) Season __________________ 6 (1992) >> Most Field Goals Game _____ 4 vs. Boston University (1987) __________ 4 vs. New Hampshire (1990) Season _________________ 13 (1990) >> Most Field Goals Attempted Game ________ 6 vs. Northeastern (1985) Season_________________ 20 (1997)

First Downs

>> Most First Downs Game _____ 32 vs. Boston University (1997) Season _________________254 (2002) >> Most by Rushing Game ____________ 23 vs. Iona (2008) ______________22 vs. Bowdoin (1957) ______________ 22 vs. Vermont (1957) Season _________________131 (1982) >> Most by Passing Game ________ 21 vs. Connecticut (1997) Season _________________142 (1997) >> Most by Penalty Game ________ 5 vs. Rhode Island (1963) ____________5 vs. Vermont (1971) Season _________________ 23 (2002)

Sacks

Game___________12 vs. Villanova (1998) Season_____________51 (1996 & 2002)

Miscellaneous

Most Wins _______________ 11 (2002) Most Home Wins ____________ 6 (1989) Best Winning Pct.______ .944 (8-0-1, 1961) Most Consecutive Wins______ 11 (1964-65) ___________________ 11 (1988–89) Most Consecutive Losses_____ 10 (1967-68) Longest Unbeaten Streak___________ 11 _____________ (1964–65 & 1988–89) Greatest Win Margin____________ 97-0 _____________ vs. Fort Williams (1927) Greatest Loss Margin____________ 62-0 _______________ vs. Delaware (1972) Largest Home Crowd___________ 11,600 _______________ vs. Bowdoin (1951) Largest Away Crowd___________ 77,469 ________________at Nebraska (2005) Most Consecutive Shutouts _____ 5 (1901) Most Consecutive Times Shut Out __ 5 (1916) Most Shutouts In A Season _____ 6(19_01) Highest Scoring Tie ___________18-18 ______________vs. Connecticut (1953) Most Points Per Game_______ 36.2 (1989) Fewest Points In A Season _____ 10 (1916) >> IMPORTANT NOTE All Maine statistics do not include the 1987, 1989, and 2001 NCAA playoff games, in keeping with NCAA statistical policies. The NCAA began allowing post-season stats to be included in its records beginning with the 2002 season.


history & records

Marcus Williams is the school’s all-time leading rusher with 3,940 yards.

Rushing

Ron Whitcomb

Kevin McMahan

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individual records ______________vs. Connecticut (1992) Passing __________82-Mike Brusko to Troy Harris

>> Most Rushes Game__49-John Marquis vs. Lafayette (1978) Season _______ 349-Lorenzo Bouier (1980) Career _____ 879-Lorenzo Bouier (1979-82) >> Most Yards Game ___________ 302-Lorenzo Bouier _____________ vs. Northeastern (1980) Season _________1,680-Carl Smith (1989) Career ___ 3,940-Marcus Williams (2001-04) >> Most Touchdowns Game ___5-Royston English vs. UNH (2000) ___ 5-James Buzzell vs. Fort Williams (1927) __ 5-George Coltart vs. Fort Williams (1927) Season __________ 20-Carl Smith (1989) Career _____ 35-Marcus Williams (2001-04) >> Highest Average Yards Game (min. 10 att.) ____ 13.7 by Carl Smith ____________ vs. Massachusetts (1988) Season _________152.7-Carl Smith (1989) Career ____106.3-Lorenzo Bouier (1979-82) >> Longest Run From Scrimmage ________89-Carl Smith vs. Rutgers (1991) >> 100-Yard Rushing Games Season _______ 9-Lorenzo Bouier (1980); _______________ 9-Carl Smith (1989) Career _____ 19-Marcus Williams (2001-04) Consecutive________ 8-Carl Smith (1989) >> 200-Yard Rushing Games Season________ 3-Lorenzo Bouier (1980) Career__________ 4-Carl Smith (1988-91) >> All-Purpose Yards Game____________ 319-Lorenzo Bouier _____________ vs. Northeastern (1980) Season_________1,969-Carl Smith (1989) Career_______ 5,017-Carl Smith (1988-91)

>> Most Completions Game _____40-Chris Treister vs. URI (2009) Season _________ 236-Mickey Fein (1997) Career _____ 755-Ron Whitcomb (2003-06) >> Most Passes Attempted Game ___ 62-Mickey Fein vs. UConn (1997) Season _________ 428-Mickey Fein (1998) Career ____ 1,276-Ron Whitcomb (2003-06) >> Most Passes Had Intercepted Game ____ 6-Dave Rebholz vs. UNH (1980) Season ___________16-Mike Buck (1987) Career ______44-Ron Whitcomb (2003-06) >> Most Yards Game ____522-Mickey Fein vs. UConn (1997) Season ______ 3,122-Warren Smith (2011) Career _______8,491-Mike Buck (1986-89) >> Most Touchdowns Game____6-Mickey Fein vs. Villanova (1998) Season __________27-Mickey Fein (1998) Career ______68-Ron Whitcomb (2003-06) >> Consecutive Games Throwing TD Season________ 11-Ron Whitcomb (2003) Career_______23-Ron Whitcomb (2003-05) >> Highest Average Yards Per Game Season ________ 288.5-Mickey Fein (1997) >> Highest Pass Completion Percentage Game________ .870 (40-46)-Chris Treister ___________________ vs. URI (2009) _____________ .826 (19-23)-Mike Buck _____________ vs. Northeastern (1988) Season___.659 (184-279)-Jake Eaton (2000) Career_____ .616 (754-1,224)-Warren Smith __ (2008-11, includes 2008 season at Iona)) _____.594 (569-957)-Jake Eaton (1999-02) >> Longest Pass Completion ____ 84-Michael Brusko to Jhamal Fluellen ____________at New Hampshire (2007) ______ 84-Emilio Colon to Tony Szydlowski

____________vs. James Madison (2009) ______ 80-Chris Legree to Kevin McMahan _____________ vs. William Penn (2005) ______80-Ron Whitcomb to Ryan Callahan _______________ vs. Villanova (2006)

Total Offense

>> Most Total Plays Game ___ 105-Ron Whitcomb at UNH (2005) Season ________531-Warren Smith (2011) Career ______1,372-Mickey Fein (1995-98) >> Most Yards Game ____499-Mickey Fein vs. UConn (1997) Season ______ 3,428-Warren Smith (2011) Career ____ 8,796-Ron Whitcomb (2003-06)

Receiving

>> Most Receptions Game____18- Landis Williams vs. URI (2009) _____17-Rameek Wright vs. Buffalo (1996) __17-Arel Gordon vs. New Hampshire (2006) Season _______ 88-Rameek Wright (1997) Career ______ 189-Sergio Hebra (1984-87) >> Most Yards Game ___ 239-Landis Williams vs. URI (2009) Season _____ 1,169-Rameek Wright (1997) Career _____ 2,612-Sergio Hebra (1984-87) >> Most Touchdowns Game____ 4-Kevin McMahan at UNH (2005) ________3-Landis Williams vs. URI (2009) 3-Steve Roth vs. Massachusetts (1989) ______________ 3-Drew O’Connor (2x) _______ vs. Buffalo, Massachusetts (1998) _ 3-Dwayne Wilmot vs. Northeastern (2002) _______ 3-Kevin McMahan at UNH (2003) ___ 3-Jared Turcotte at Rhode Island (2008) ______ 3-Derek Session vs. Hofstra (2008) Season________16-Drew O’Connor (1998) ___________ 13-Kevin McMahan (2005) Career_______30-Drew O’Connor (1993-98) _________ 25-Kevin McMahan (2002-05) 2012 BLACK BEAR FOOTBALL << 69


history & records Punting

>> Most Punts Game__13-Rocco Navarro at Nebraska (2005) Season __________87-Steve Wood (1978) Career _______ 260-Steve Wood (1975-78) >> Most Yards Game ____________ 518-Rocco Navarro ________________at Nebraska (2005) Season ________ 3,166-Steve Wood (1978) Career _____ 9,795-Mike Mellow (2001-04) >> Highest Average Season ________ 43.1-Mike Mellow (2004) Longest Punt__________ 82-Kash Kiefer ________________ at Villanova (2007)

Mike Mellow holds four school-records in kicking.

Punt Returns

>> Most Returns Game _______________ 9-Paul Keany __________ vs. Youngstown State (1966) Season __________ 31-Al Marquis (1974) Career _______79-Lennard Byrd (1998-01) >> Most Yards Game ______________ 130-Paul Keany __________ vs. Youngstown State (1966) Season ________ 405-Lennard Byrd (1999) Career ______ 905-Lennard Byrd (1998-01) >> Most Touchdowns Game____ 1-Trevor Coston vs. Bryant (2011) ___1-Mark Masterson vs. Monmouth (2007) ________ 1-Arel Gordon vs. Albany (2005) ________1-Arel Gordon vs. Hofstra (2004) ____ 1-Arel Gordon at Morgan State (2003) _______1-Lennard Byrd vs. Colgate (2001) ___ 1-Lennard Byrd vs. Northeastern (1999) ________ 1-Darrick Brown vs. JMU (1998) ____ 1-Rameek Wright vs. Boston U. (1996) _______1-Darrick Brown vs. UMass (1996) _______1-Pete Ouellette vs. UConn (1980) ____ 1-Wayne Champeon vs. UMass (1960) Season _______ 1-Mark Masterson (2007) ______________ 1-Arel Gordon (2005)

Carl Smith holds 10 school rushing records. ______________ 1-Arel Gordon (2004) ______________ 1-Arel Gordon (2003) _____________ 1-Lennard Byrd (2001) _____________ 1-Lennard Byrd (1999) _____________ 1-Darrick Brown (1998) ____________ 1-Rameek Wright (1996) _____________ 1-Darrick Brown (1996) _____________ 1-Pete Ouellette (1980) __________ 1-Wayne Champeon (1960) Career_________ 3-Arel Gordon (2003-06) ___________ 2-Darrick Brown (1995-98) ___________ 2-Lennard Byrd (1998-01) >> Longest Touchdown Return ___87-Pete Ouellette vs. Connecticut (1980)

Kickoff Returns

Todd Williamson

>> Most Returns Game__ 6-Dave Eretzian vs. C.W. Post (1971) Season________ 28-Darrick Brown (1998) Career_______ 79-Pete Ouellette (1978-81) >> Most Yards Game_____________ 158-Dave Eretzian _______________ vs. C.W. Post (1971) Season _________ 729-Arel Gordon (2004) Career_____ 1,508-Pete Ouellette (1978-81) >> Most Touchdowns Game_ 1-Last: Roosevelt Boone vs. Geo. So. (2011) Season__________ 2-Arel Gordon (2004) Career_________ 3-Arel Gordon (2003-06) >> Longest Return ___100-Arel Gordon at Morgan State (2003)

Interception Returns

>> Most Returns Game____4-Dave Brown vs. Bowdoin (1962) Season_______11-Claude Pettaway (1990) Career________ 21-Derek Carter (1994-97) >> Most Yards Game _ 160-Dave Brown vs. Bowdoin (1962) Season _________177-Dave Brown (1962) Career ______ 301-Derek Carter (1994-97) >> Most Touchdowns Game______ 2-Bill Curry vs. Liberty (1992) Season_____ 2-Bill Curry, Dan Girard (1992) Career___________ 3-Bill Curry (1989-92) >> Longest Return _____ 100-Dave Brown vs. Bowdoin (1962)

>> Most Touchdowns Game ___ 5-Royston English vs. UNH (2000) ___ 5-James Buzzell vs. Fort Williams (1927) __ 5-George Coltart vs. Fort Williams (1927) Season __________ 20-Carl Smith (1989) Career _____ 35-Marcus Williams (2001-04) >> Most Extra Points Kicked Game _____________ 11-Mike Mellow _______________at Morgan St. (2003) _ 10-Charles Neavling vs. Fort Williams (1919) Season __________ 45-Jack Leone (1982) Career ______ 114-Todd Jagoutz (1997-00) >> Best PAT Percentage *Season __ 1.000 (45-45)-Jack Leone (1982) ______ 1.000 (38-38)-Mike Mellow (2003) ____ 1.000 (17-17)-Bobby Donnelly (2007) ____ 1.000 (12-12)-Bobby Donnelly (2005) **Career __ 93.3 (112-120)-Peter Borjestedt (1985-88) *-min. 10 made **-min. 100 made >> Most Extra Points Run/Passed Game______________ 1-Several players Season_________ 2-Clay Pickering (1983) Career__________ 2-Clay Pickering (1983) >> Most Field Goals Game____4-Tom Shepherd vs. UMass (1910) __ 4-Peter Borjestedt vs. Boston Univ. (1987) __ 4-Jeff Mottola vs. New Hampshire (1990) Season __________13-Jeff Mottola (1990) Career________ 35-Todd Jagoutz (1997-00) >> Longest Field Goal _____ 52-Jack Leggett vs. Delaware (1975)

Blocked Kick Returns

>> Longest Run with Blocked FG ___ 75-Gary Groves vs. Northeastern (1985) >> Longest Run with Blocked PAT ______90-Claude Pettaway vs. UNH (1988) >> 100 YARD XP INTERCEPTION RETURN _______ 100-Troy Harris vs. Towson (2007)

QB Sacks

Season_______ 13-Todd Williamson (1996) Career_______ 27.5-Mike Denino (1986-89)

Scoring

>> Most Points Game __ 30-Royston English vs. UNH (2000) __ 30-James Buzzell vs. Fort Williams (1927) __30-George Coltart vs. Fort Williams (1927) Season __________120-Carl Smith (1989) Career ______ 219-Todd Jagoutz (1997-00)

Bill Curry


History & Records

Gene Benner

career leaders Rushing Yards Player, Years Yards Receiving Yards Marcus Williams, 2001-04 3,940

Rk. 1. 2. Lorenzo Bouier, 1979–82 3,828 3. Carl Smith, 1988–91 3,820 4. Royston English, 1998–01 2,842 5. Bob Jameson, 1993–96 2,756 6. Doug Dorsey, 1985–88 2,519 7. Andre Pam, 1993–96 2,414 8. Rudy DiPietro, 1973–77 2,289 9. Pushaun Brown, 2008-11 2,209 10. Ben Sirmans, 1988–92* 2,025 11. Jhamal Fluellen, 2006-08 1,871 12. Ed Bogdanovich, 1951–53 1,764 13. Paul Phelan, 1981–84 1,630 14. Jim Fox, 1985–87 1,583 15. Paul Capriotti, 1987–91# 1,550 16. Mark DiGregorio, 1973–76 1,547 17. Steve Knight, 1991–94 1,408 *- did not play in 1991 #- includes 1987–88 statistics from Army, did not play in 1989

Passing Yards

Rk. Player, Years 1. Mike Buck, 1986–89 2. Ron Whitcomb, 2003-06 3. Warren Smith, 2008-11* 3. Mickey Fein, 1995–98 4. Jake Eaton, 1999–2002 5. Emilio Colon, 1991–94 6. Warren Smith, 2008-2010 7. Bob Wilder, 1984–87 8. Dick DeVarney, 1963–65 9. Jack Cosgrove, 1974–77 10. Rich Labonte, 1981–84 11. Dave Wing, 1967–69 12. John Tursky, 1978–80 13. Mike Brusko, 2005-2009 14. Brian Scott, 1996–99 15. Jeff DelRosso, 1988–91 16. Manch Wheeler, 1959–61 17. Mike Beauchemin, 1980–83 * includes 2008 stats at Iona

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Lorenzo Bouier

Yards 8,491 8,363 8,025 7,856 7,145 5,563 4,903 4,493 3,384 2,836 2,748 2,675 2,247 1,758 1,660 1,570 1,457 1,389

Rk. Player, Years 1. Sergio Hebra, 1984–87 2. Rameek Wright, 1995–97 3. Drew O’Connor, 1994–98 4. Phil McGeoghan, 1997*–00 5. Steve Roth, 1985–89& 6. Christian Pereira, 2001–2004 7. Gene Benner, 1967–69 8. Kevin McMahan, 2002-05 9. Dwayne Wilmot, 1997–00 10. Ryan Waller, 2001–2005 11. Landis Wlliams, 2006-09 12. Dave Paul, 1970–72 13. Mark Dupree, 1989–90 14. Frizell Davis, 1990–93 15. Pat Madden, 1978–80 &- did not play in 1987 *-includes stats from Boston Univ. in 1997

Yards 2,612 2,384 2,362 2,343 2,183 2,101 2,029 1,995 1,981 1,948 1,679 1,526 1,390 1,381 1,339

Scoring

Rk. Player, Years TD-FG-XP-Conv-Pts 1. Todd Jagoutz, 1997–00 0-35-114-0-219 2. Marcus Williams, 2001–04 35-0-0-0-210 3. Carl Smith, 1988–91 34-0-0-0-204 4. Peter Borjestedt, 1985–88 0-30-112-0-202 5. Lorenzo Bouier, 1979–82 33-0-0-0-198 6. Doug Dorsey, 1985–88 32-0-0-0-192 7. Jack Leone, 1979–82 0-31-96-0-189

Receptions

Rk. Player, Years 1. Sergio Hebra, 1984–87 2. Drew O’Connor, 1994–98 3. Rameek Wright, 1995–97 4. Dwayne Wilmot, 1997–00 5. Phil McGeoghan, 1997*–00 6. Arel Gordon, 2003-06 7. Christian Pereira, 2001–04 8. Steve Roth, 1985–89& 9. Landis Williams, 2006-09 10. Gene Benner, 1967–79 11. Kevin McMahan, 2002-05 &- did not play in 1987

TD Rec. 17 189 30 177 12 175 13 169 15 161 6 158 21 156 20 151 23 142 14 135 25 130

Todd Jagoutz

season leaders Rushing Yards 5. Dwayne Wilmot, 2000

*-includes stats from Boston Univ. in 1997 Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Year Carl Smith, 1989 Lorenzo Bouier, 1980 Marcus Williams, 2002 Marcus Williams, 2003 Andre Pam, 1995 Ben Sirmans, 1992 Royston English, 2001 Pushaun Brown, 2011 Marcus Williams, 2004 Jhamal Fluellen

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Player, Year Warren Smith, 2011 Mickey Fein, 1997 Mike Buck, 1987 Mickey Fein, 1998 Mike Buck, 1988 Ron Whitcomb, 2003 Ron Whitcomb, 2004 Ron Whitcomb, 2005 Mike Buck, 1989 Jake Eaton, 2000 Jake Eaton, 2001

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Att. 305 349 263 248 191 264 225 226 218 223

TD 20 9 7 12 8 10 8 11 14 5

Passing Yards Att.-Cm. 270-425 414-236 387-214 428-233 347-180 329-186 350-213 357-205 264-170 279-184 281-162

TD 22 26 22 27 21 21 22 16 19 17 19

Yards 1,680 1,622 1,406 1,284 1,250 1,214 1,157 1,093 1,077 1,052 Yards 3,122 2,885 2,758 2,648 2,575 2,428 2,318 2,219 2,315 2,265 2,198

Receiving Yards Player, Year Rameek Wright, 1997 Rameek Wright, 1996 Drew O’Connor, 1998 Sergio Hebra, 1987

Rec. 88 79 72 70

TD Yds 7 1,169 5 1,143 16 1,027 5 927

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Gene Benner, 1969 Kevin McMahan, 2005 Mark Dupree, 1989 Christian Pereira, 2003 Christian Pereira, 2004

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 12.

Player, Year Rameek Wright, 1997 Rameek Wright, 1996 Drew O’Connor, 1998 Landis Williams, 2009 Arel Gordon, 2005 Sergio Hebra, 1987 Dwayne Wilmot, 2000 Arel Gordon, 2006 Drew O’Connor, 1997 Stefan Gomes, 2001 Kevin McMahan, 2005 Christian Pereira, 2004 Maurice McDonald, 2011

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 6.

Player, Year Mickey Fein, 1998 Mickey Fein, 1997 Ron Whitcomb, 2004 Mike Buck, 1987 Warren Smith, 2011 Mike Buck, 1988 Ron Whitcomb, 2003

67 55 59 50 52 58

8 8 13 7 10 10

955 899 893 840 820 818

Receptions

Rec Yds TD 88 1169 7 79 1143 5 72 1027 16 71 798 9 70 484 1 70 927 5 67 955 8 63 535 3 61 797 7 60 787 9 59 893 13 58 818 10 58 591 5

TD Passes

TD 27 26 22 22 22 21 21

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history & records year-by-year leaders Scoring

1892 – 1897:Touchdowns counted for four points during this period. Field goals also counted for four points, but there is no evidence of any successful attempts during this six-year period. Number of games played by the team is in parenthesis next to the year of the season. Year Name TD EP FG Total 1896 (6) Edwin Sturgis 2 2 0 10 1897 (3) Charles Sawyer 3 0 0 12 1898 – 1911:Touchdowns counted for five points and field goals for four points during this period. 1898 (4) Ralph Wormel 1 0 0 5 1899 (5) Alfred Davis 4 0 0 20 1900 (8) Carlos Dorticos 4 10 0 30 1901 (8) Carlos Dorticos 6 11 0 41 1902 (8) Carlos Dorticos 7 4 0 39 1903 (8) Henry Thatcher 7 0 0 35 1904 (7) Henry Thatcher 2 0 0 10 Arthur Collins 2 0 0 10 Arthur Weymouth 2 0 0 10 Joseph Crowe 2 0 0 10 1905 (7) Howard Farwell 3 0 0 15 1906 (8) Harrison Higgins 1 0 0 5 Robert Hodgins 1 0 0 5 1907 (7) George Bearce 0 1 3 13 1908 (7) Avery Hammond 2 4 0 14 1909 (8) William Parker 6 0 0 30 1910 (7) Thomas Shepherd 2 4 4 30 Beginning with the 1911 season, touchdowns counted for six points and field goals for three points. 1911 (8) Thomas Shepherd 0 5 10 35 1912 (8) John Carleton 5 0 0 30 William Martin 5 0 0 30 1913 (8) Norman Donahue 4 0 0 24 Charles Ruffner 3 0 2 24 1914 (9) Charles Ruffner 11 22 0 88 1915 (9) Verne Beverly 5 0 0 30 1916 (7) Clyde Stewart 1 0 0 6 1917 (4) Percy Power 1 0 0 6 Lawrence Purington 1 0 0 6 Newman Young 1 0 0 6 1918 (4) W. J. Matthews 2 0 0 12 1919 (7) Lawrence Purington 5 0 0 30 1920 (9) Henry Small 3 3 0 21 1921 (8) George Gruhn 5 0 0 30 1922 (8) Henry Small 3 8 0 26 1923 (8) George Gruhn 5 0 0 30 1924 (8) Cecil Cutts 3 0 0 18 Albert Repscha 3 0 0 18 1925 (8) Willis Barrows 6 0 0 36 1926 (8) James Buzzell 9 0 0 54 1927 (7) George Coltart 12 2 0 74 1928 (7) George Coltart 4 9 0 33 1929 (7) Walter Riley 2 0 0 12 Hector Hebert 2 0 0 12 1930 (7) Monroe Romansky 3 0 0 18 1931 (7) Gilbert Robertshaw 5 0 0 30 1932 (7) Monroe Romansky 5 0 0 30 1933 (7) Robert Littlehale 4 0 0 24 1934 (7) Wendell Brewster 3 0 0 18 Clyde Higgins 3 0 0 18 1935 (7) Roderick Elliott 3 1 0 19 1936 (7) Roderick Elliott 9 0 0 54 1937 (7) Roderick Elliott 2 2 0 14 1938 (7) Harry Shute 3 0 0 18 Harrold Gerrish 3 0 0 18 1939 (7) Edward Barrows 5 0 0 30 1940 (7) Nathaniel Crowley 2 2 0 14 1941 (7) Emile King 3 0 0 18 Robert Nutter 3 0 0 18 1942 (6) Robert Nutter 3 0 0 18 1943 (1) William Mahar 1 0 0 6 1944 (4) Eugene Boutilier 3 0 0 18

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Leroy Henderson John Woodworth Henry Dombkowski Henry Dombkowski Alton Sproul, Jr. Reginald Lord Gordon Pendleton Gordon Pendleton Edward Bogdanovich Gordon Pendleton Edward Bogdanovich Vincent Calenda, Jr. Ernest Smart Raymond Hostetter James Duffy Warren Griffin Raymond Hostetter John Theriault Wayne Champeon David Cloutier Wayne Champeon David Cloutier Michael Haley Michael Haley Brentley Keene Francis Harney Paul Keany Charles Yanush Eugene Benner Robert Hamilton Daniel Sullivan William Swadel David Paul David Paul Mark DeGregorio Alfred Marquis Mark DeGregorio Jack Leggett Jack Leggett Rudy DiPietro John Marquis Lorenzo Bouier Lorenzo Bouier Peter Ouellette Lorenzo Bouier John Leone John Leone Douglas Dorsey Douglas Dorsey Peter Borjestedt Trent Cockayne Carl Smith Jeffrey Mottola Paul Capriotti Benjamin Sirmans Thomas Dadmun Steven Knight Christopher Binder Andre Pam Andre Pam Todd Jagoutz Drew O’Connor Todd Jagoutz Todd Jagoutz Chris DeVinney Mike Mellow Marcus Williams Marcus Williams Kevin McMahan Arel Gordon Bobby Donnelly Jared Turcotte Landis William Pushaun Brown Pushaun Brown

3 3 2 10 3 3 5 4 5 5 7 9 8 4 4 4 6 2 5 6 5 7 4 8 7 9 5 5 3 5 10 6 6 4 4 4 7 0 0 5 6 8 9 8 14 0 0 12 12 0 0 20 0 9 10 0 5 0 10 12 0 16 0 0 0 0 12 14 13 8 0 8 9 7 12

0 0 9 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 4 2 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 12 20 2 0 0 0 0 0 19 14 0 0 38 26 0 21 2 0 13 0 18 0 0 38 0 14 38 34 40 0 0 0 0 17 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 10 0 0 10 4 0 13 0 0 7 0 4 0 0 9 0 10 9 8 10 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0

18 18 21 71 18 18 30 24 30 30 42 54 48 24 24 24 36 22 34 38 32 42 24 48 44 54 30 30 18 30 60 36 36 24 27 24 44 27 38 32 36 48 54 48 84 37 44 72 72 68 38 120 60 56 60 34 30 30 60 72 65 96 44 65 58 70 72 84 78 48 44 48 54 42 72

Rushing Yardage

Year Name Carries Yards Avg. 1950 Lawrence Hersom 96 508 5.29 1951 Edward Bogdanovich 113 562 4.97 1952 Edward Bogdanovich 158 682 4.32 1953 Edward Bogdanovich 97 533 5.49 1954 Ernest Smart 106 407 3.84 1955 Raymond Hostetter, Jr. 72 291 4.04 1956 Raymond Hostetter, Jr. 88 381 4.33 1957 Charles Thibodeau 68 312 4.59 1958 John Welch 94 472 5.02 1959 David Cloutier 87 534 6.14 1960 Wayne Champeon 48 244 5.08 1961 Dale Curry 82 291 3.55 1962 William Chard 90 297 3.30 1963 Michael Haley 81 392 4.84 1964 Francis Harney 82 319 3.89 1965 Francis Harney 132 416 3.15 1966 George Platter 94 270 2.87 1967 Charles Yanush 82 237 2.89 1968 Robert Hamilton 144 585 4.06 1969 Daniel Sullivan 146 731 5.01 1970 Robert Marchildon 87 378 4.34 1971 William Swadel 74 285 3.85 1972 Michael Porter 152 500 3.29 1973 Mark DeGregorio 150 524 3.49 1974 Mark DeGregorio 140 570 4.07 1975 James Dumont 121 621 5.13 1976 Rudy DiPietro 196 943 4.81 1977 Rudy DiPietro 212 896 4.23 1978 John Marquis 238 770 3.23 1979 Lorenzo Bouier 212 910 4.29 1980 Lorenzo Bouier 349 1,622 4.65 1981 Peter Ouellette 99 548 5.53 1982 Lorenzo Bouier 177 863 4.88 1983 Paul Phelan 121 523 4.32 1984 Gary Hufnagle 152 675 4.44 1985 Douglas Dorsey 204 881 4.31 1986 Douglas Dorsey 194 923 4.76 1987 James Fox 169 833 4.93 1988 Carl Smith 123 705 5.73 1989 Carl Smith 305 1,680 5.51 1990 Carl Smith 177 794 4.49 1991 Paul Capriotti 205 823 4.01 1992 Benjamin Sirmans 264 1,214 4.60 1993 Steven Knight 104 559 5.37 1994 Steven Knight 177 798 4.51 1995 Andre Pam 191 1,250 6.54 1996 Robert Jameson 237 1,066 4.50 1997 Bert Rich 113 535 4.73 1998 Ben Christopher 132 638 4.83 1999 Royston English 153 556 3.63 2000 Royston English 146 666 4.56 2001 Royston English 225 1,157 5.10 2002 Marcus Williams 263 1,406 5.35 2003 Marcus Williams 248 1,284 5.17 2004 Marcus Williams 218 1,077 4.90 2005 Montell Owens 184 779 4.23 2006 Arel Gordon 172 843 4.90 2007 Jhamal Fluellen 223 1,052 4.72 2008 Jared Turcotte 105 625 6.00 2009 Derek Session 119 479 4.00 2010 Pushaun Brown 135 650 4.81 2011 Pushaun Brown 226 1,093 4.80

Year 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957

Passing Leaders

Name Eugene Sturgeon Eugene Sturgeon Kenneth Parady Ed Bogdanovich Peter Kostacopoulos James Duffy, Jr. Kenneth Parady Robert Pickett

Att. 22 25 69 22 49 30 67 55

Cm. 9 9 35 11 20 13 31 12

Int. 1 6 3 2 5 2 4 6

Pct. 40.9 36.0 50.7 50.0 40.8 43.3 46.3 21.8

Yds. 102 185 411 214 316 237 415 164

TD 2 2 4 4 1 3 4 2


history & records 1966 George Platter 1967 David Wing 1968 David Wing 1969 David Wing 1970 Henry Hastings 1971 Douglas Lentz 1972 Richard Prior 1973 Richard Prior 1974 Jack Cosgrove 1975 Dennis Emerson 1976 Jack Cosgrove 1977 Jack Cosgrove 1978 John Tursky 1979 John Tursky 1980 David Rebholtz 1981 Richard LaBonte 1982 Richard LaBonte 1983 Mike Beauchemin 1984 Bob Wilder 1985 Bob Wilder 1986 Bob Wilder 1987 Mike Buck 1988 Mike Buck 1989 Mike Buck 1990 Jeffrey DelRosso 1991 Emilio Colon 1992 Emilio Colon 1993 Emilio Colon 1994 Emilio Colon 1995 John Tennett 1996 Mickey Fein 1997 Mickey Fein 1998 Mickey Fein 1999 Brian Scott 2000 Jake Eaton 2001 Jake Eaton 2002 Jake Eaton 2003 Ron Whitcomb 2004 Ron Whitcomb 2005 Ron Whitcomb 2006 Ron Whitcomb 2007 Adam Farkes 2008 Mike Brusko 2009 Warren Smith 2010 Warren Smith 2011 Warren Smith

70 27 3 38.0 402 5 134 56 9 41.8 513 1 173 75 7 43.4 815 7 218 90 15 41.3 1,347 12 139 64 12 46.0 856 7 94 44 3 46.8 600 4 78 31 7 39.7 555 2 108 45 10 41.6 541 3 78 37 5 47.4 517 5 124 49 9 39.5 681 2 165 70 10 42.4 883 4 173 94 11 54.3 1,330 6 147 58 5 39.5 762 4 169 86 7 50.9 1,155 5 119 50 11 42.0 847 6 100 50 8 50.0 550 8 204 112 9 54.9 1,640 17 126 61 - 48.4 868 8 200 89 13 44.5 1,232 5 341 172 15 50.4 1,902 10 220 106 7 48.2 1,201 8 387 214 16 55.3 2,758 22 347 180 14 51.9 2,575 21 264 170 3 64.4 2,315 19 186 68 8 36.6 760 3 218 116 13 53.2 1,325 2 256 157 6 61.3 1,823 13 257 133 7 51.7 1,603 4 149 82 7 55.0 812 6 140 68 4 48.6 645 5 279 140 11 50.2 1,955 10 414 236 12 57.0 2,885 26 428 233 13 54.4 2,648 27 194 109 11 56.2 1,343 6 279 184 12 65.9 2,265 17 281 162 7 57.7 2,198 19 269 154 9 57.2 1,849 16 329 186 10 56.5 2,248 21 350 213 13 60.9 2,318 22 357 205 13 57.4 2,219 16 240 151 8 62.9 1,398 9 154 78 4 50.6 836 7 104 67 7 64.4 936 8 159 260 13 61.2 1,695 12 305 198 10 60.5 1,861 9 425 270 14 63.5 3,122 22

Receiving Yardage

Year Name 1951 Robert Whytock 1952 Kenneth Woodsum 1953 Kenneth Woodsum 1954 Kenneth Woodsum 1955 Paul Boucher 1956 Thurlow Cooper 1957 Edward Manson, Jr. 1958 Gerard deGrandpre, Jr. 1959 Maurice Dore 1960 Wayne Champeon 1961 Richard Kinney 1962 David Brown 1963 Raymond Austin 1964 Francis Harney 1965 Francis Harney 1966 John White 1967 Gene Benner 1968 Gene Benner 1969 Gene Benner 1970 David Paul 1971 David Paul 1972 David Paul 1973 Michael O’Day 1974 Michael O’Day 1975 Michael O’Day 1976 Richard McCormick 1977 Richard McCormick

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Rec. 10 9 10 8 7 19 4 2 10 10 10 5 3 19 28 17 44 36 55 30 47 37 22 21 16 22 20

Yards 239 180 185 147 104 327 67 38 197 165 171 177 84 219 410 361 581 549 899 412 621 493 364 293 228 350 392

Avg. 23.90 20.00 18.50 18.37 14.86 17.21 16.75 19.00 19.70 16.50 17.10 35.40 28.00 11.52 14.64 21.23 13.20 15.25 16.34 13.73 13.21 13.32 16.54 13.95 14.25 15.91 19.60

1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Patrick Madden Patrick Madden Patrick Madden Matthew Walsh Paul Phelan Matthew Walsh J. Daniel Gordon Sergio Hebra Sergio Hebra Sergio Hebra J. Daniel Gordon Mark Dupree Mark Dupree Tony Szydlowski Mark Shaw Frizell Davis, Jr. Stephen Cates Drew O’Connor A. Rameek Wright A. Rameek Wright Drew O’Connor Philip McGeoghan Dwayne Wilmot Stefan Gomes Ryan Waller Christian Pereira Christian Pereira Kevin McMahan Arel Gordon Landis Williams Tyrell Jones Landis Williams Derek Session Maurice McDonald

23 26 24 21 22 30 16 57 56 70 32 50 42 31 27 41 25 27 79 88 72 52 67 60 37 52 58 59 63 38 23 71 50 58

396 481 462 300 308 456 277 812 812 927 592 840 550 407 331 679 347 337 1,143 1,169 1,027 807 955 787 575 820 818 893 535 481 356 798 580 591

17.21 18.50 19.25 14.28 14.00 15.20 17.31 14.25 14.50 13.24 18.50 16.80 13.09 13.13 12.26 16.56 13.88 12.48 14.47 13.28 14.16 15.52 14.25 13.10 15.54 15.77 14.10 15.13 8.49 12.65 15.5 11.2 11.6 10.2

Asst. 59 42 41 34 33 35 47 69 43 51 53 44 61 41 49 45 65 79 59 43 60 29 29 37 38 25 33 43 38 48 50 37 44 54 55 51 49

Total 178 120 109 113 103 109 114 151 94 116 130 109 140 86 105 91 152 162 121 95 128 92 84 100 105 84 95 121 85 101 114 72 87 98 106 108 94

Tackles

(100 or more and/or team leader) Year Name 1980 Robert Waterman Thomas Rasmussen Philip Ferrari 1981 Robert Lucy John Hersom 1982 Robert Lucy 1983 Dean Ramsdell 1984 Mark Coutts 1985 James Keefe 1986 Steven Root 1987 Nicholas Penna Robert Sterling 1988 Nicholas Penna 1989 Michael Smith 1990 Michael Smith 1991 Jemal Murph 1992 Daniel Girard 1993 Ross Fichthorn Jemal Murph 1994 Ross Fichthorn 1995 Derek Carter 1996 Derek Carter 1997 Derek Carter 1998 Aaron Dashiell 1999 Aaron Dashiell 2000 Stephen Cooper 2001 Stephen Cooper 2002 Stephen Cooper 2003 Brandon McGowan 2004 Brandon McGowan 2005 Jermaine Walker 2006 Andrew Downey 2007 John Wormuth 2008 Jovan Belcher 2009 Donte Dennis 2010 Donte Dennis 2011 Vinson Givans

Solo 119 78 68 79 70 74 67 82 51 65 77 65 79 45 56 46 87 83 62 52 68 63 55 63 67 59 62 78 47 53 64 35 43 44 51 57 45

Quarterback Sacks

(10 or more and/or team leader) Year Name 1980 Ryck Suydam 1981 David Sanzaro Thomas Loughlin, Jr. 1982 David Sanzaro 1983 N/A 1984 Frank Foley 1985 Raymond Paquette 1986 Stephen Donahue 1987 Michael Denino 1988 Michael Denino 1989 Michael Denino 1990 Michael Smith Craig Thibeau Kevin McCoy 1991 Corey Parker 1992 Corey Parker 1993 Jemal Murph George Wehrman 1994 Ako Stafford 1995 G. Todd Williamson 1996 G. Todd Williamson Jonathan Gautier 1997 Jojo Oliphant 1998 Jojo Oliphant 1999 Jojo Oliphant 2000 Damon Boinske 2001 Brendan Curry 2002 Stephen Cooper Dennis Dottin-Carter 2003 Dan Joslyn 2004 Marcus Walton 2005 Mike DeVito 2006 Matt King 2007 Jovan Belcher 2008 Jovan Belcher 2009 Jordan Stevens 2010 Doug Alston 2011 Michael Cole

Sacks 10 5 5 7 7 4.5 5.5 5 9.5 11 2 2 2 5 8 5 5 5 5 13 10 5 9.5 10.5 9 8 9.5 9.5 7 5 6.5 11.5 10.0 7.5 10.0 3.5 11.0

Emilio Colon

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honor roll Team Awards

>> Jack Butterfield Outstanding Offensive Player Award 1984 Gary Hufnagle 1985 Lance Theobald 1986 Mike Walsh 1987 Jim Fox 1988 Mike Buck 1989 Carl Smith 1990 Paul Capriotti 1991 Carl Smith 1992 Emilio Colon 1993 Steve Knight 1994 Brian Gaine 1995 Ray Baur 1996 Rameek Wright 1997 Rameek Wright 1998 Drew Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Connor 1999 Phil McGeoghan 2000 Jake Eaton 2001 Royston English, Stefan Gomes 2002 Marcus Williams 2003 Ron Whitcomb 2004 Christian Pereira 2005 Montell Owens 2006 Ron Whitcomb, Arel Gordon 2007 Jhamal Fluellen 2008 Mike Brusko, Ryan Canary 2009 Landis Williams 2010 Derek Buttles 2011 Pushaun Brown >> Sam Sezak Outstanding Offensive Lineman Award 1984 Dan Maloney 1985 Tim Cahill 1986 John Colasecco 1987 Dave Ingalls 1988 Scott Hough 1989 Scott Hough 1990 Tom Rogers 1991 Sean Dowd 1992 Dan Jones 1993 Mike Misbrenner 1994 Steve Stinson 1995 Steve Stinson 1996 Mike Flynn 1997 Doug Henderson 1998 Giff Salisbury 1999 Paul Paradis 2000 Zack Magliaro 2001 Chad Hayes 2002 Mike LeConte 2003 Peter Richardson 2004 Ben Lazarski 2005 Ben Lazarski 2006 Ryan Canary 2007 Ryan Canary 2008 Christopher Arnao 2009 Tyler Eastman 2010 Chris Howley 2011 Chris Howley >> Walter Abbott Outstanding Defensive Player Award 1984 John McGrath 1985 Jamie Keefe 1986 Jason Davenport 1987 Nick Penna 1988 Keith James 1989 Claude Pettaway 1990 Claude Pettaway 1991 Jemal Murph 1992 Bill Curry, Dan Girard 1993 Greg Mikell 1994 Greg Mikell 1995 Derek Carter 1996 Bryan Hawkes 1997 Derek Carter 1998 Aaron Dashiell

Lofa Tatupu won the Thurlow Cooper Rookie-of-the-Year award in 2001. 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Mike Harvey, Peter LeBlanc Dave Cusano Brendan Curry, Dave Cusano Dave Cusano Brandon McGowan Jermaine Walker Jarrod Gomes Mike DeVito Andrew Downey Andrew Downey Donte Dennis Jerron McMillian Jerron McMillian

>> Roger Ellis Outstanding Defensive Lineman Award 1984 Ron Doody 1985 Ray Paquette 1986 David Bochtler 1987 Scott Nason 1988 Scott Nason 1989 Justin Strzelczyk 1990 Kevin McCoy 1991 Corey Parker 1992 Corey Parker 1993 Ross Fichthorn 1994 Ako Stafford 1995 Todd Williamson 1996 Todd Williamson 1997 Jon Gautier 1998 Jojo Oliphant 1999 Jojo Oliphant 2000 Damon Boinske 2001 Dennis Dottin-Carter 2002 Brendan Curry 2003 Dan Joslyn 2004 Mike DeVito

Ryan Canary

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Mike DeVito Patrick McCrossan Patrick McCrossan Jonathan Pirruccello Eric Lee Kevin Phanor Michael Cole

>> Woody Carville Senior Achievement Award 1984 Bob Brainerd 1985 Paul Buckley 1986 Robert Kreppein 1987 Sergio Hebra 1988 Chuck Kasmer 1989 John Gibson, Steve Roth 1990 Matt Swinson 1991 Kevin McCoy, Craig Thibeau 1992 Gordon Willey 1993 Jed Wehrman 1994 Todd Park 1995 Al Hall, Mike Missbrenner 1996 Shawn Stephenson 1997 Bryan Hawkes 1998 Eric Lewis 1999 Garrett Gillick 2000 Phil McGeoghan 2001 Zack Magliaro 2002 Rob Kierstead 2003 Matt Hammond 2004 Marcus Walton 2005 Justin Knox 2006 Joe Vanidestine 2007 Shawn Demaray 2008 Ryan Canary 2009 Brandon McLaughlin 2010 Matt Barber 2011 Chris Treister and Roosevelt Boone >> Ron Rogerson Spirit/Dedication Award 1984 Jack Leone 1985 Rick Ouellette 1986 Steve Root 1987 Bob Wilder 1988 Doug Dorsey 1989 Mike Denino 1990 John Pranckevicius 1991 Bob Irzyk 1992 Mark Shaw 1993 Eric Marsh 1994 Bob Zurinskas 1995 Mike Thomas 1996 Dave Rilatt 1997 John Tennett

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Jon Gallant Brian Scott Lamin Sisay/Jason Betts Malik Nichols John Gelsomino Derek Martinez Ivi Nwosu, John Baumgartner Dzigbodi Ababio Manauris Arias Bruno Dorismond Jhamal Fluellen, Sean Wasson Mike Brusko Levi Ervin, Conor Keating Raiibonne Charles

>> Harold Westerman Most Valuable Player Award 1961 Dave Cloutier, Dale Curry, Don Harnum, . Richard Kinney, Manch Wheeler 1962 William Chard, Alton Hadley, John Roberts 1963 David Brown, Leon Harriman 1964 Ron Rogerson, Ed Sherry 1965 Douglas Avery, Ron Lanza 1966 Charles Belisle 1967 Stephen Gravelle, William Pasquill, John Sherry 1968 Ernest Quackenbush 1969 John Collins, John Kimball 1970 Barry Greenier 1971 Henry James 1972 Richard Bergeron, Joseph LaVasseur 1972 Gary Worthing 1985 Mark Coutts 1986 Rob Sterling 1987 Mike Buck 1988 Nick Penna 1989 Mike Buck 1990 Jamal Williamson 1991 Paul Capriotti 1992 Ben Sirmans 1993 Jemal Murph 1994 Steve Knight 1995 Andre Pam 1996 Bob Jameson 1997 Mickey Fein 1998 Mickey Fein 1999 Aaron Dashiell, Jojo Oliphant 2000 Dwayne Wilmot 2001 Jake Eaton, Stephen Cooper 2002 Jake Eaton, Stephen Cooper 2003 Marcus Williams 2004 Marcus Williams 2005 Jermaine Walker 2006 Matt King 2007 Jovan Belcher 2008 Jovan Belche 2009 Jordan Stevens


honor roll 2010 2011

Donte Dennis Warren Smith , Trevor Coston

>> Thurlow Cooper Rookie of the Year Award 1985 Doug Dorsey 1986 Joe Trefethen 1987 Claude Pettaway 1988 Carl Smith 1989 Mark Dupree 1990 Dick Donahue 1991 Emilio Colon 1992 Brian Gaine 1993 Alon Byers 1994 Derek Carter 1995 Lateef O’Connor 1996 Brent Naccara 1997 Ben Christopher 1998 Zack Magliaro 1999 Stephen Cooper 2000 Devon Goree 2001 Lofa Tatupu 2002 Ryan Waller (O), Joan Quezada (D) 2003 Manauris Arias 2004 Patrick McCrossan 2005 Christopher Arnao (O), Lamir Whetstone (D) 2006 Jhamal Fluellen (O), Jordan Stevens (D) 2007 Dominic Cusano 2008 Jared Turcotte (O), Raibonne Charles (D) 2009 Josh Spearin (O), Darlos James (D) 2010 Joe Hook (O), Michael Cole (D) 2011 Art Williams (O), Khari Al-Mateen (D) >> George Wood Outstanding Special Teams Player Award 1990 Jeff Mottola 1991 Marc Curran 1992 Tony Szydlowski 1993 Frizell Davis 1994 Bryan Hawkes 1995 Bert Rich 1996 Chris Binder, Lateef O’Connor 1997 Peter LeBlanc 1998 Darrick Brown 1999 Peter LeBlanc 2000 Todd Jagoutz 2001 Lennard Byrd 2002 Mike Mellow 2003 Rob Brooks 2004 Mike Mellow 2005 Andrew Downey 2006 Alex Goyins 2007 Bobby Donnelly 2008 Kash Kiefer 2009 Ryan McCrossan 2010 Jeremy Kelley 2011 Troy Eastman

College Football Hall of Fame Inductees David “The Admiral” Nelson Inducted: 1987 Nelson served as the head coach at Maine from 1949-50 before moving on to Delaware from 1951-65. He guided the Black Bears to the Yankee Conference title in 1949 and a 5-1-1 record in 1950. He is credited for creating the Wing T formation while at Maine. Nelson served as Commissioner of the Yankee Conference from 1989-91 and was a member of the NCAA Football Rules Committee from 1957 to his death in 1991. Harold “Tubby” Raymond Inducted: 2003 Raymond served as an assistant coach at Maine from 1951-53. He helped Nelson implement the Wing T while in Orono. Raymond moved on to Delaware and was the school’s head coach for 36 seasons and won 300 games and three national titles during his career. At the time of his retirement, Raymond had accounted for over half of the total wins accumulated by the Blue Hens in the 110-year history of the program. Eddie “Robbie” Robinson Inducted: 1955 Robinson served as the head coach at Maine during the 1902 season and led the Black Bears to a 6-2 record, including five shutout victories. Robinson also coached at Brown and Nebraska. Overall, he compiled a record of 156-86-13 in his 27 seasons as a head coach. He led the 1915 Brown football team to the Rose Bowl and is one of just four alumni from Brown to be named to the College Football Hall of Fame.

Kansas City Chiefs Denver Broncos

>> 2009 Jovan Belcher, DL, RFA Andrew Downey, LB, RFA

Kansas City Chiefs Detroit Lions

>> 2008 Matthew Mulligan, TE, RFA Anthony Cotrone, FB, RFA >> 2007 Daren Stone, DB, 6th Rd. Matt King, DL, RFA Mike DeVito, DL, RFA >> 2006 Kevin McMahan, WR, 7th Rd. Montell Owens, RB, RFA Jermaine Walker, LB, RFA Ryan Waller, WR, RFA >> 2005 Marcus Williams, RB, RFA Brandon McGowan, DB, RFA

Daren Stone

Miami Dolphins Jacksonville Jaguars Atlanta Falcons New York Jets New York Jets Oakland Raiders Jacksonville Jaguars Washington Redskins Kansas City Chiefs Indianapolis Colts Chicago Bears

>> 2003 Stephen Cooper, LB, RFA

San Diego Chargers

>> 2002 Chad Hayes, TE, RFA Lennard Byrd, DB/RS, RFA

Kansas City Chiefs New York Giants

>> 2001 Dwayne Wilmot, WR, RFA Phil McGeoghan, WR, RFA

Indianapolis Colts New York Jets New York Jets Detroit Lions Tampa Bay Buccaneers

>> 1997 Dave Rilatt, OL, RFA Mike Flynn, OL, RFA

Chicago Bears Baltimore Ravens

>> 1996 Brian Gaine, TE, RFA

Kansas City Chiefs

>> 1992 Carl Smith, RB, RFA Dan Jones, OL, RFA

Philadelphia Eagles Cincinnati Bengals

>> 1990 Mike Buck, QB, 6th Rd. Scott Hough, OL, 7th Rd. Justin Strzelczyk, OL, 11th Rd.

New Orleans Saints New Orleans Saints Pittsburgh Steelers

>> 1988 Rob Sterling, DB, 6th Rd.

Philadelphia Eagles

>> 1983 Lorenzo Bouier, RB, 12th Rd.

Dallas Cowboys

>> 1980 Roger Lapham, RB, 12th Rd.

Buffalo Bills

>> 1979 Chris Keating, LB, RFA

Buffalo Bills

>> 1970 Gene Benner, WR, 11th Rd.

Mike Buck

80

Miami Dolphins

>> 2010 Tyler Eastman, OL, RFA Landis Williams, WR, RFA

>> 1999 Mickey Fein, QB, RFA Drew O’Connor, WR, RFA

2007 & 2008 Team MVP Jovan Belcher

Green Bay Packers Chicago Bears Buffalo Bills New York Jets Buffalo Bills

>> 2011 Mark Masterson, LF, RFA

>> 2000 Brent Naccara, LB, RFA

All-Star Games

>> SENIOR SCOUT BOWL 2012 Pushaun Brown, Trevor Coston 2011 Steven Barker >> Hula Bowl 2007 Daren Stone >> East-West Shrine Game 2007 Daren Stone >> Inta-Juice All-Star Classic 2007 Matt King >> East Coast Bowl 2008 Bruno Dorismond >> Texas vs. the Nation 2008 Matthew Mulligan 2009 Jovan Belcher 2010 Tylerr Eastman >> Florida vs. the Nation 2001 Chad Hayes

NFL Black Bears

>> 2012 Jerron McMillian, DB, 4th Rd. Trevor Coston, DB, RFA Derek Session, WR, RFA Pushaun Brown, RB, RFA Derek Buttles, TE, RFA

Cleveland Browns

>> 1967 John Huard, LB, 5th Rd.

Denver Broncos

>> 1962 Dave Cloutier, HB, 18th Rd. Manch Wheeler, QB, RFA

Dallas Cowboys Buffalo Bills

>> 1959 Roger Ellis, C, 14th Rd.

New York Giants

>> 1956 Thurlow Cooper, DE, 16th Rd.

Cleveland Browns

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ncaa playoff history

individual records

Team Records >> MAINE VERSUS OPPONENTS Appalachian State Georgia Southern McNeese State Northern Iowa Southwest Missouri State

opponent team records

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

>> MAINE VERSUS CONFERENCES Southern 2-3 Southland 1-0 Missouri Valley Football 0-3 >> RECORD IN ROUNDS First/Second Round 3-3 Quarterfinals 0-3 >> MAINE RECORDS Points________________________ 35 ______at SW Missouri State, 1989 First Round Points In A Quarter__________ 17 (2nd Qtr.) ______at SW Missouri State, 1989 First Round First Downs____________________ 25 _______ at Northern Iowa, 2001 First Round Rushing Yardage_________________299 ______at SW Missouri State, 1989 First Round Rushing Attempts_________________ 54 ______at SW Missouri State, 1989 First Round Rushing Average Per Play____________ 6.0 __________ at App. St., 2011 Second Round Passing Yardage__________________330 ______ at Northern Iowa, 2001 Quarterfinals Pass Completions_________________ 29 ______ at Northern Iowa, 2001 Quarterfinals Pass Attempts___________________ 42 ______ at Northern Iowa, 2001 Quarterfinals Pass Completion Percentage_________ 65.9 ______ at Northern Iowa, 2001 Quarterfinals Touchdown Passes_________________ 3 __________ at App. St., 2011 Second Round ______ at Northern Iowa, 2001 Quarterfinals Interceptions Thrown________________ 4 ________at Northern Iowa, 2008 First Round Total Offense____________________475 ______ at Northern Iowa, 2001 Quarterfinals Fumbles Lost____________________ 3 ______ at Northern Iowa, 2001 Quarterfinals Turnovers____________________ 4 (2x) ____ Last: at Northern Iowa, 2008 First Round Sacks_________________________ 3 __________ at App. St., 2011 Second Round _____ at Appalachian State, 2002 First Round Time Of Possession_______________32:22 __________ at App. St., 2011 Second Round Attendance__________________ 15,291 __________ at App. St., 2011 Second Round Longest Scoring Play (Yards)_______ 54 (run) _________ at App. Stt., 2011 Second Round

Sergio Hebra

Maine celebrates after knocking off McNeese State in 2001. >> RUSHING Yardage________________________ 205 _______ Carl Smith at SW Missouri State (1989) Attempts________________________ 33 _____ Royston English at McNeese State (2001) Average (min. 10 attempts)____________ 6.8 _______ Carl Smith at SW Missouri State (1989) Touchdowns_______________________2 _______ Carl Smith at SW Missouri State (1989) Longest Touchdown Run_______________ 54 ______ David Hood at Appalachian State (2011) >> PASSING Yardage________________________ 330 _________Jake Eaton at Northern Iowa (2001) Completions______________________ 29 _________Jake Eaton at Northern Iowa (2001) Attempts________________________ 44 _________Jake Eaton at Northern Iowa (2001) Completion Percentage (min. 10 att.)______65.9 _________Jake Eaton at Northern Iowa (2001) Touchdown Passes___________________3 ______ Warren Smith at Appalachian St. (2011) _________Jake Eaton at Northern Iowa (2001) Interceptions Thrown__________________4 ________Mike Brusko at Northern Iowa (2008) >> RECEIVING Yardage________________________ 174 _______Stefan Gomes at Northern Iowa (2001) Receptions_______________________ 14 _______Stefan Gomes at Northern Iowa (2001) Average Reception Yardage (min. 3 att.)____23.4 _________ Damarr Aultman at App. St. (2011) Touchdowns_______________________2 _________ Damarr Aultman at App. St. (2011) _______Stefan Gomes at Northern Iowa (2001) Longest Touchdown Reception___________ 44 _________ Damarr Aultman at App. St. (2011) >> SCORING Points__________________________ 14 _______ Carl Smith at SW Missouri State (1989) Touchdowns____________________ 2 (4x) ______ Last: Damarr Aultman at App. St. (2011) Kicking Points______________________9 ____ Lance McCleish at SW Missouri State (1989) Extra Points____________________ 4 (3x) ________ Last: Brian Harvey at App. St. (2011)

>> CAREER PLAYOFF LEADERS (TOP FIVE) Rushing Yardage Rank Name Games Yards 1. Marcus Williams 4 281 2. Carl Smith 1 205 3. Puhsaun Brown 3 154 4. Royston English 1 144 5. Ben Sirmans 1 97 Passing Yardage Rank Name 1. Jake Eaton 2. Warren Smith 3. Mike Buck 4. Jon Meczywor 5. Mike Brusko

Games Yards 2 505 2 479 2 353 3 185 1 180

Receptions Rank Name 1. Stefan Gomes T2. Chad Hayes T2. Damarr Aultman 3. Derek Session 4. Arthur Williams T5. John Gelsomino T5. Christian Pereira

Games Rec. 2 21 2 11 2 11 3 10 2 8 4 7 4 7

>> TOP FIVE SINGLE GAME PERFORMANCES Rushing Yardage Yards Name (Game) 205 Carl Smith (at SWMS, 1989) 157 Marcus Williams (at ASU, 2002) 144 Royston English (at McN. St., 2001) 113 Marcus Williams (at GSU, 2002) 111 Pushaun Brown (at ASU, 2011) Passing Yardage Yards Name (Game) 330 Jake Eaton (at UNI, 2001) 250 Warren Smith (at ASU, 2011) 229 Mike Buck (at GSU, 1987) 180 Mike Brusko (at UNI, 2008) 175 Jake Eaton (at McN. St., 2001) Receiving Yardage Yards Name (Game) 174 Stefan Gomes (at UNI, 2001) 117 Damarr Aultman (at ASU, 2011) 113 Sergio Hebra (at GSU, 1987) 108 Stefan Gomes (at McN. St., 2001) 79 Chad Hayes (at UNI, 2001)

>> Top TEAM Performances First Downs______________________ 23 ________________ Georgia Southern, 2011 Rushing Yardage__________________ 416 ________________ Georgia Southern, 2002 Rushing Attempts___________________ 67 ________________ Georgia Southern, 2011 Rushing Average Per Play______________6.6 ________________ Georgia Southern, 2002 Passing Yardage___________________ 299 __________________ Northern Iowa, 2001 Pass Completions___________________ 26 ________________Appalachian State, 2011 Pass Attempts_____________________ 45 ________________Appalachian State, 2011 Pass Completion Percentage___________ 78.6 ___________ Southwest Missouri State, 1989 Interceptions Thrown_______________ 2 (3x) ____________ Last: Appalachian State, 2011 Total Offense_____________________ 480 __________________ Northern Iowa, 2001 Fumbles Lost___________________ 1 (3x) ______________ Last: Georgia Souther, 2011 Turnovers_________________________ 3 __________________ McNeese State, 2001

opponent ind. records

>> Rushing Yardage________________________ 195 ___________ Vick King (McNeese State), 2001 Attempts________________________ 33 ___________ Vick King (McNeese State), 2001 Touchdowns____________________ 3 (2x) _____ Last: Adam Benge (Northern Iowa), 2001 >> Passing Yardage________________________ 299 _________ Griff Jurgens (Northern Iowa), 2001 Completions______________________ 15 ___________ Pat Grace (Northern Iowa), 2008 Attempts________________________ 26 _________ Griff Jurgens (Northern Iowa), 2001 Touchdown Passes________________ 2 (2x) ________Last: Pat Grace (Northern Iowa), 2008 Interceptions Thrown_______________ 2 (3x) _________ Last: Jamal Jackson (App. St.), 2011 >> Receiving Yardage________________________ 110 _______ Ben Sanderson (Northern Iowa), 2001 Receptions________________________ 7 ______________ Brian Quick (App. St.), 2011 Touchdowns____________________ 2 (2x) _____Last: Jarred Herring (Northern Iowa), 2008 >> Scoring Points_______________________ 18 (3x) ______Last: D. Swope (Georgia Southerm), 2011 Touchdowns____________________ 3 (2x) _____ Last: Adam Benge (Northern Iowa), 2001 Kicking Points_____________________ 10 _________ Tim Foley (Georgia Southern), 1987 Extra Points_______________________ 8 ______Mac Hoambrecker (Northern Iowa), 2001


ncaa playoff history

1987 playoffs

2001 playoffs

2002 playoffs

2008 playoffs

Georgia Southern 31, Maine

Maine 14, McNeese State 10

Maine 14, Appalachian State 13

Nov. 28, 1987 Statesboro, Ga. // Paulson

Dec. 1, 2001 Lake Charles, La. // Cowboy

Nov. 30, 2002 Boone, N.C. // Kidd Brewer

Northern Iowa 40, Maine 15

1 2 3 4 OT F Maine 14 14 0 0 0 28 Ga. South. 7 3 11 7 3 31 UM-Hebra 23 pass from Buck (Berjestedt kick); GS-Gross 13 run (Foley kick); UM-Buck 1 run (Berjestedt kick); UM-Fox 2 run (Berjestedt kick); GS-Foley 32 FG; UM-Wood 1 run (Berjestedt kick); GS-Thompson 4 run (Gross run); GS-Foley 32 FG; GS-Ross 12 run (Foley kick); GS-Foley 42 FG. Team Statistics UM GSU First Downs 21 22 Rushes-Yds (Net) 35-127 66-384 Passing Yds (Net) 229 66 Cmp-Att-Int 18-32-2 7-15-1 Total Plays-Yds 67-356 81-450 Time/Possession 26:32 33:28 Rushing: UM-Fox 7-28, Dorsey 7-18, Wood 11-51, Buck 10-30. GS-Ross 23-86, Gross 18-173, Thompson 10-49, G. Miller 7-56, Johnson 6-17, K. Miller 1-2, Taylor 1-1. Passing: UM-Buck 18-32-2-229. GS-Gross 7-15-1-66. Receiving: UM-Wood 1-2, Hebra 5-113, Strzelczyk 1-15, Gordon 1-20, Dorsey 1-4, Fox 1-(-3), Knox 1-16, Venditto 5-42, Lanza 2-20. GS-Belser 3-27, K. Miller 1-9, Johnson 1-3, Barron 1-12, Thompson 1-15. Attendance: 9,440.

1 2 3 4 OT F Maine 0 0 14 0 - 14 MSU 0 0 10 0 - 10 MS-Hebert 42 FG; UM-Hayes 27 pass from Eaton (DeVinney kick); MS-King 58 run (Hebert kick); UM-English 4 run (DeVinney kick). Team Statistics UM MSU First Downs 22 14 Rushes-Yds (Net) 41-196 45-250 Passing Yds (Net) 175 86 Cmp-Att-Int 13-37-2 8-17-2 Total Plays-Yds 78-371 62-336 Time/Possession 31:54 28:06 Rushing: UM-English 33-144, Eaton 5-41, Williams 2-8, Henry 1-3. MSU-King 33-195, Lawton 6-51, Martin 2-12, Sams 1-6, Robin 1-5, Nagle 2-(-19). Passing: UM-Eaton 13-37-2-175. MSU-Nagle 8-17-2-86. Receiving: UM-Gomes 7-108, Hayes 4-49, Minor 2-18. MSU-Martin 4-25, King 2-28, Lawton 1-19, Sams 1-14. Attendance: 12,450.

1 2 3 4 OT F Maine 0 0 7 7 - 14 ASU 0 0 10 3 - 13 ASU-Burchette 1 run (Wright kick); ASU-Wright 19 FG; UM-Ry. Waller 27 pass from Meczywor (Mellow kick); ASU-Wright 47 FG; UM-Williams 41 run (Mellow kick). Team Statistics UM ASU First Downs 16 16 Rushes-Yds (Net) 44-228 42-226 Passing Yds (Net) 86 73 Cmp-Att-Int 7-15-0 9-17-1 Total Plays-Yds 59-292 59-251 Time/Possession 32:03 27:57 Rushing: UM-Williams 29-157, Meczywor 12-38, Momah 2-9, Gelsomino 1-2. ASU-Beard 18-119, Jackson 6-69, Thomas 4-13, Hoover 3-3, Burchette 10-(-9), Williams 1-(-17). Passing: UM-Meczywor 7-15-0-86. ASU-Burchette 9-17-1-73. Receiving: UM-Pereira 3-38, Ry. Waller 1-27, McMahan 1-13, Fusco 1-4, Gelsomino 1-4. ASUFowlkes 3-19, Layton 2-3, Hoover 1-21, Little 1-14, White 1-11, Hayward 1-5. Attendance: 4,311.

1989 playoffs

Northern Iowa 56, Maine 28

Quarterfinals

2002 playoffs

Dec. 8, 2001 Cedar Falls, Iowa // UNI Dome

Georgia Southern 31, Maine 7

First Round

First Round

SW Missouri State 38, Maine 35 Nov. 25, 1989 Springfield, Mo. // Briggs Stadium 1 2 3 4 OT F Maine 3 17 8 7 - 35 SMS 0 14 14 10 - 38 UM-McCleish 24 FG; UM-Smith 9 run (McCleish 1 run (McCleish kick); SMS-Smith 7 run (Potthast kick); UM-McCleish 47 FG; SMS-Smith 11 run (Potthast kick); UM-Dupree 33 pass from Buck (Smith run); SMS-Carney 1 run (Potthast kick); SMS-Carney 13 run (Potthast kick); UM-Smith 35 run (McCleish kick); SMS-Potthast 33 FG. Team Statistics UM SMS First Downs 26 22 Rushes-Yds (Net) 54-299 46-248 Passing Yds (Net) 130 161 Cmp-Att-Int 11-21-1 11-14-0 Total Plays-Yds 75-429 60-409 Time/Possession 32:18 27:42 Rushing: UM-Smith 30-205, Buck 6-(-3), Sirmans 18-97. SMS-Smith 10-53, Jenkins 13-66, Gilbert 3-13, Collins 6-70, McConico 2-4, Frost 4-26, Carney 8-16. Passing: UM-Buck 10-20-2-124, DelRosso 1-1-06. SMS-Smith 7-7-0-103, Carney 4-7-0-58. Receiving: UM-Shaw 1-8, Dupree 4-69, Smith 2-12, Sirmans 1-7, Roth 2-28, Ballard 1-6. SMSGilbert 3-28, Adams 1-44, Collins 3-41, Rapert 1-15, Eden 2-29. Attendance: 7,270.

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First Round

2001 playoffs

1 2 3 4 OT F Maine 7 14 7 0 - 28 UNI 14 7 14 21 - 56 UNI-Hoambrecker 43 FG; UM-Gomes 3 pass from Eaton (DeVinney kick); UNI-Carter 8 run (Hannam pass); UM-Henry 3 run (DeVinney kick); UNI-Benge 3 run (Hoambrecker kick); UM-Gomes 18 pass from Eaton (DeVinney kick); UNI-Soliday 23 pass from Jurgens (Hoambrecker kick); UM-Hayes 12 pass from Eaton (DeVinney kick); UNI-Benge 63 run (Hoambrecker kick); UNI-Soliday 35 pass from Jurgens (Hoambrecker kick); UNI-Benge 5 run (Hoambrecker kick); UNI-Harris 47 INT return (Hoambrecker kick). Team Statistics UM UNI First Downs 25 18 Rushes-Yds (Net) 34-163 34-199 Passing Yds (Net) 330 299 Cmp-Att-Int 29-42-1 12-26-2 Total Plays-Yds 78-475 60-480 Time/Possession 31:30 28:30 Rushing: UM-Henry 15-79, Gomes 1-20, Gelsomino 4-18, Momah 3-18, Eaton 9-25, Williams 1-3, Meczywor 1-(-6). UNI-Benge 12-114, Carter 14-68, Fiech 3-11, Moothart 1-4, Jurgens 4-2. Passing: UM-Eaton 29-42-1-330. UNI-Jurgens 12-26-2-299. Receiving: UM-Gomes 14-174, Hayes 7-79, Gelsomino 4-47, Minor 4-30. UNI-Mays 4-92, Soliday 3-76, Sanderson 2-110, Hannam 1-9, Benge 1-7, Seitz 1-5. Attendance: 9,525.

First Round

First Round

Nov. 29, 2008 Cedar Falls, Iowa // UNI Dome 1 2 3 4 OT F Maine 0 7 0 8 - 15 UNI 7 16 3 14 - 40 UNI-Law 2 run (Hallgren kick); UM-Session 2 run (Waxman kick); UNI-Herring 42 pass from Grace (Hallgren kick); UNI-Team safety; UNI-Herring 55 pass from Grace (Hallgren kick); UNI-Hallgren 39 FG; UNI-Lewis 2 run (Hallgren kick); UM-Session 10 pass from Brusko (Fersner pass from Brusko); UNI-Law 10 run (Hallgren kick). Team Statistics UM UNI First Downs 13 22 Rushes-Yds (Net) 33-84 42-193 Passing Yds (Net) 180 229 Cmp-Att-Int 15-23-4 15-24-1 Total Plays-Yds 56-264 66-422 Time/Possession 29:10 30:50 Rushing: UM-Williams 1-31, Turcotte 5-23, Fluellen 5-11, Session 4-9, Brown 4-6, Brusko 13-5, Team 1-(-1). UNI-Lewis 14-77, Law 12-64, Grace 16-54. Passing: UM-Brusko 15-23-4-180. UNI-Grace 15-24-1-229 Receiving: UM-Session 5-70, Fersner 3-53, Williams 2-14, Turcotte 2-14, Fluellen 1-15, Jones 1-8, Brown 1-6. UNI-Herring 3-102, Mahaffey 3-33, Turner 2-36, Hord 2-22, Law 2-4, Lewis 2-3, Oordt 1-29. Attendance: 8,477.

Quarterfinals

Dec. 7, 2002 Statesboro, Ga. // Paulson Stadium 1 2 3 4 OT F Maine 7 0 0 0 - 7 GSU 7 7 3 14 - 31 GSU-Walden 23 run (Shelton kick); UM-McMahan 34 pass from Meczywor (Mellow kick); GSUAustin 7 run (Shelton kick); GSU-Shelton 36 FG; GSU-Williams 2 run (Shelton kick); GSU-Williams 5 run (Shelton kick). Team Statistics UM GSU First Downs 18 22 Rushes-Yds (Net) 40-162 63-416 Passing Yds (Net) 99 40 Cmp-Att-Int 8-22-1 1-3-1 Total Plays-Yds 62-261 66-456 Time/Possession 29:23 30:37 Rushing: UM-Williams 23-113, Momah 7-36, Meczywor 8-9, Gelsomino 1-4, Legree 1-0. GSUAustin 27-143, Williams 20-106, Walden 7-82, Myers 8-73, Davis 1-12. Passing: UM-Meczywor 8-22-1-99. GSU-Williams 1-3-1-40. Receiving: UM-Pereira 4-38, Gelsomino 2-24, McMahan 1-34, Ry. Waller 1-3. GSU-Owens 1-40. Attendance: 6,708.

Derek Session tied Maineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s playoff record with two TDs at Northern Iowa in 2008.

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2011 playoffs

ncaa playoff history

First Round

Maine 34, Appalachian State 12 Dec. 3, 2011 Boone, N.C. // Kidd Brewer Stadium 1 2 3 4 OT F Maine 7 6 14 7 - 34 App. St. 0 6 0 6 - 12 UM-Aultman 44 pass from Smith (Harvey kick); AS-Peacock 20 pass from Jackson (Stewart kick blocked)); UM-Aultman 35 pass from Smith (Harvey kick blocked); UM-Ebeling 21 pass from Smith (Harvey kick); UM-Hood 54 run (Harvey kick); AS-Cadet 1 run (Stewart kick blocked); UM-Brown 31 run (Harvey kick). Team Statistics UM ASU First Downs 20 17 Rushes-Yds (Net) 36-216 25-3 Passing Yds (Net) 250 272 Cmp-Att-Int 17-26-1 26-45-2 Total Plays-Yds 62-466 70-275 Time/Possession 32:22 27:38 Rushing: UM-Brown 24-111; Hood 4-88; Smith 5-22; TEAM 1-(-2); Treister 2-(-3). ASU-Boney 7-16; Miller 2-3; Cadet 6-(-4); Jackson 10-(-12). Passing: UM-Smith 17-26-1-250. ASU-Jackson 26-45-2-272. Receiving: UM-Aultman 5-117; Perillo 4-48; Williams 4-42; Session 3-22; Ebeling 1-21. ASUQuick 7-41; Peacock 6-75; Cadet 4-48; Jordan 4-27; Presley 2-33; Boney 2-32; Washington 1-16. Attendance: 15, 291.

Damarr Aultman scored a pair of touchdowns and had 117 yards receiving at Appalachian State

The Black Bears celebrate after scoring a touchdown at Appalachian State

2011 playoffs Quarterfinals

Georgia Southern 35, Maine 23 Dec. 10, 2011 Statesboro, Ga. // Paulson Stadium 1 2 3 4 OT F Maine 7 3 13 0 - 23 GSU 14 7 14 0 - 35 GS-Shaw 2 run (Mora kick); GS- Wilcox 2 run (Mora kick); UM-Boone 91 KOR (Harvey kick); UM- Harvey 21 FG; GS-Wilcox 7 run (Mora kick); UM- Perillo 12 pass from Smith (Harvey kick); Shaw 1 run (Mora kick); GS-Showers 25 pass from Shaw (Mora kick); Ebeling 3 pass from Smith (Treister rush failed). Team Statistics UM GSU First Downs 15 23 Rushes-Yds (Net) 16-66 67-360 Passing Yds (Net) 229 116 Cmp-Att-Int 15-29-3 7-8-0 Total Plays-Yds 45-295 75-476 Time/Possession 17:36 42:24 Rushing: UM-Brown 9-38; Smith 6-35; TEAM 1-(7). GSU- Wilcox 8-99; Swope 23-81; Bryant 6-65; Hickey 6-43; Robinson 6-36; Brown 2-20; Shaw 14-19; TEAM 2-(-3). Passing: UM-Smith 15-29-3-229; GSU- 7-80-116. Receiving: UM-Aultman 6-108; Williams 4-89; Perillo 2-17; Session 2-12; Ebeling 1-3. GSUShowers 2-34; Walker 2-15; Wilcox 1-32; Robinson 1-27; Brown 1-8. Attendance: 12,886.

Roosevelt Boone breaks a tackle en route to a 91-yard kickoff return for a touchdown

The Black Bears played Georgia Southern for the third time in the playoffs in 2011


all-time results

records vs. all opponents

Team...........................W........ L.......T Albany.................................1...........2........ 0 American International......4...........0........ 0 Appalachian State...............1...........0........ 0 Army....................................0...........4........ 0 Army “B”..............................1...........0........ 0 Arnold.................................3...........0........ 0 Bangor High........................1...........3........ 1 Bar Harbor...........................3...........0........ 0 Bates..................................39.........30....... 7 Boston College....................3...........3........ 0 Boston University................7..........24....... 1 Bowdoin.............................38.........21....... 7 Bucknell..............................3...........3........ 0 Buffalo.................................3...........3........ 0 Central Connecticut State...7...........1........ 0 Central Florida.....................0...........2........ 0 The Citadel..........................0...........2........ 0 Colby..................................48.........24....... 3 Colgate................................1...........2........ 0 Columbia.............................0...........3........ 0 Connecticut........................31.........39....... 3 CW Post...............................1...........1........ 0 Dartmouth..........................1...........7........ 0 Dayton.................................0...........1........ 0 Delaware.............................7..........22....... 0 East Carolina........................0...........1........ 0 Edward Little.......................1...........0........ 0 EMCS...................................1...........0........ 0 Florida International...........2...........0........ 0 Fordham..............................1...........1........ 0 Fort McKinley......................9...........0........ 0 Fort Preble...........................2...........0........ 0 Fort Williams.......................4...........0........ 0 Georgia Southern................0...........2........ 0 Harvard...............................0..........11....... 0 Hawai’i................................0...........1........ 0 Hofstra.................................8..........10....... 0 Holy Cross............................0...........5........ 1 Howard...............................6...........0........ 0 Illinois State........................1...........0........ 0 Iona.....................................1...........0........ 0 Iowa....................................0...........1........ 0 James Madison...................4...........9........ 0 Kutztown............................2...........0........ 1 Lafayette.............................8...........2........ 0 Lehigh.................................2...........6........ 0 Liberty.................................1...........0........ 0

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Team...........................W........ L.......T Lock Haven..........................2...........0........ 0 Lowell Textile......................4...........0........ 0 Massachusetts...................15.........40....... 1 McNeese State....................2...........0........ 0 Middlebury.........................1...........0........ 0 Milliken...............................0...........1........ 0 Mississippi State..................1...........0........ 0 MIT......................................1...........0........ 0 Monmouth..........................2...........0........ 0 Montana.............................0...........2........ 0 Morgan State......................1...........0........ 0 Nebraska.............................0...........1........ 0 New Hampshire.................43.........48....... 8 NYU.....................................0...........1........ 0 Northeastern......................25.........16....... 0 Northern Colorado..............1...........0........ 0 Northern Iowa....................0...........1........ 0 Norwich...............................3...........2........ 0 Philips Andover...................0...........1........ 0 Princeton.............................1...........1........ 0 Rhode Island......................51.........34....... 3 Richmond...........................10.........12....... 0 Rutgers................................0...........1........ 0 Saint Anselm’s.....................1...........0........ 0 Shaw...................................1...........0........ 0 Southern Connecticut.........3...........0........ 0 Springfield..........................1...........1........ 0 St. Mary’s (Canada).............1...........0........ 0 Stevens Institute of Tech.....0...........1........ 0 Stony Brook.........................1...........1........ 0 SW Missouri State...............0...........1........ 0 Syracuse..............................0...........1........ 0 Tampa.................................0...........1........ 0 Towson................................5...........3........ 0 Tufts.....................................7...........8........ 0 U.S. Merch. Marine Acad.....1...........0........ 0 Vermont.............................24..........6........ 1 Villanova.............................7...........6........ 0 VMI......................................0...........1........ 0 Western Carolina.................0...........1........ 0 William & Mary...................3...........6........ 0 William Penn.......................1...........0........ 0 Yale......................................0...........7........ 1 Youngstown State...............2...........3........ 0 Totals.........................476.....452...38

All-Time Coaching Records Name (Tenure at Maine)................Seasons...........Record..... Winning Percentage Chesely Johnston (1892)............................. 1.......................0-2....................................... .000 Wildes Veazie (1893)................................... 1.......................0-5....................................... .000 P. Folsom (1895).......................................... 1.......................1-4....................................... .200 Jack Abbott (1896)...................................... 1..................... 1-3-2..................................... .333 Harry Robinson (1897)................................ 1.......................1-2....................................... .333 James Coombs (1898)................................. 1.......................0-4....................................... .000 W.B. Hopkins (1899).................................... 1.......................2-3....................................... .400 Ernest Burton (1900)................................... 1.......................4-4....................................... .500 Wells Farley (1901; 1903)............................ 2......................12-4...................................... .750 E.N. Robinson (1902).................................. 1.......................6-2....................................... .750 S. King (1904)............................................. 1.......................3-4....................................... .429 Frank McCoy (1905-08)............................... 4................... 10-15-4................................... .414 George Schildmiller (1909)......................... 1..................... 3-4-1..................................... .438 Edgar Wingard (1910-11)............................ 2.................... 10-3-2.................................... .733 Thomas Reilly (1912-13)............................. 2.................... 12-3-1.................................... .781 E.B. Cochems (1914)................................... 1.......................6-3....................................... .667 Thomas Hughlitt (1915-16)........................ 2..................... 6-7-3..................................... .469 Thomas McCann (1917).............................. 1.......................1-3....................................... .250 Captain Aldworth (1918)............................ 1.......................3-1....................................... .750 James Baldwin (1919-20)........................... 2..................... 9-4-3..................................... .656 Fred Brice (1921-40).................................. 20.................. 79-58-9................................... .572 George Allen (1941; 1946-48)..................... 4................... 15-11-2................................... .571 William Kenyon (1942; 1944-45)................ 3......................4-11...................................... .267 Sam Sezak (1943)....................................... 1.......................0-1....................................... .000 David Nelson (1949-50).............................. 2..................... 7-5-2..................................... .571 Harold Westerman (1951-66).................... 16.................. 80-38-7................................... .668 Walter Abbott (1967-75)............................. 9.....................27-53..................................... .338 Jack Bicknell (1976-80)............................... 5................... 18-35-1................................... .343 Ron Rogerson (1981-1984)......................... 4................... 19-23-1................................... .453 Buddy Teevens (1985-86)............................ 2......................13-9...................................... .591 Tim Murphy (1987-88)................................ 2......................15-8...................................... .652 Tom Lichtenberg (1989).............................. 1.......................9-3....................................... .750 Kirk Ferentz (1990-92)................................ 3.....................12-21..................................... .364 Jack Cosgrove (1993-Present).................... 17...................93-101.................................... .479 Totals.............................................. 118........... 481-457-38...........................512

Kirk Ferentz

Walt Abbott

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1892 (0-2) Coach: Chesely Johnston Capt.: Harry Smith Colby Bangor High 1893 (0-5) Coach: Wildes Veazie Capt.: Marcus Urann Bangor High Colby Bates Bates Bowdoin 1894 (0-1) Coach: None Capt.: Harvey White Bangor High

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1901 (7-1) Coach: Wells Farley Capt.: Carlos Dorticos Bar Harbor Bar Harbor Colby Bates Bates Tufts Colby Bowdoin 1902 (6-2) Coach: E.N. Robinson Capt.: Carlos Dorticos Bar Harbor EMCS Colby Harvard Tufts Bates Colby Bowdoin 1903 (5-3) Coach: Wells Farley Capt.: Charles Bailey S 26 New Hampshire O 3 at Harvard O 17 Colby O 24 at New Hampshire O 31 at Bowdoin N 9 Bates N 14 Holy Cross (at Bangor) N 20 at Tufts

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1904 (3-4) Coach: S. King Capt.: Charles Bailey O 1 at Brown O 8 at Harvard O 15 New Hampshire O 22 at Bates O 29 Colby N 5 Bowdoin N 12 Tufts (at Bangor)

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1905 (3-3-1) Coach: Frank McCoy Capt.: Arthur Bennett O 7 at Harvard O 14 at Brown O 21 Colby O 28 New Hampshire N 4 Bates N 11 at Tufts N 18 at Bowdoin

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1906 (2-4-2) Coach: Frank McCoy Capt.: John Burleigh S 22 New Hampshire O 3 at Harvard O 13 at Dartmouth O 20 Holy Cross (P) O 27 Tufts N 3 at Colby N 10 at Bates N 17 Bowdoin

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1907 (2-4-1) Coach: Frank McCoy Capt.: Harrison Higgins O 5 at Harvard O 12 at Brown O 19 Dartmouth (P) O 26 at Tufts N 2 Bates

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1908 (3-4) Coach: Frank McCoy Capt.: Harry White O 3 at Harvard O 10 Fort McKinley O 17 New Hampshire O 24 Tufts O 31 at Bates N 7 at Colby N 14 Bowdoin

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1909 (3-4-1) Coach: George Schildmiller Capt.: Horace Cook S 25 Massachusetts O 2 Fort McKinley O 9 New Hampshire O 16 at Harvard O 23 at Tufts O 30 Bates N 6 Colby N 13 Bowdoin

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1910 (4-1-2) Coach: Edgar Wingard Capt.: William Parker S 24 Bangor High (exh.) O 1 Fort McKinley O 8 Vermont O 15 Tufts O 22 Massachusetts O 29 at Bates N 5 at Colby N 12 Bowdoin

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1911 (6-2) Coach: Edgar Wingard Capt.: William Parker S 23 Fort McKinley S 30 Rhode Island O 7 New Hampshire O 14 at Tufts O 21 Vermont O 28 Bates N 4 Colby N 11 at Bowdoin

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1912 (7-1) Coach: Thomas Reilly Capt.: Thomas Shepard S 21 Fort McKinley S 28 at Harvard O 5 Tufts O 12 Rhode Island O 19 St. Anselm O 26 at Bates N 2 at Colby N 9 Bowdoin

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1913 (5-2-1) Coach: Thomas Reilly Capt.: Allan Sawyer S 20 Boston College S 27 at Harvard O 4 at Yale O 11 Rhode Island O 18 at Tufts O 25 Bates N 1 Colby N 8 at Bowdoin

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1914 (6-3) Coach: E.B. Cochems Capt.: David Baker S 21 Fort McKinley

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S 28 at Yale O 3 Boston College O 10 at Vermont O 17 Norwich O 24 Bates O 31 at Colby N 7 Bowdoin N 14 at Army

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1915 (6-3) Coach: Thomas Hughlitt Capt.: Charles Ruffner S 18 Fort McKinley S 25 at Yale O 2 at Dartmouth O 9 Vermont O 16 Boston College O 23 Bates O 30 Colby N 6 at Bowdoin N 13 at Army

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1916 (0-4-3) Coach: Thomas Hughlitt Capt.: William Gorham S 30 New Hampshire O 7 at Colgate O 14 Rhode Island O 21 at Bates O 28 at Colby N 4 Bowdoin N 11 Army

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1917 (1-3) Coach: Thomas McCann Capt.: Thomas Davis O 13 Milliken (P) O 20 Bates N 3 at Bowdoin N 10 at New Hampshire

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1918 (3-1) Coach: Captain Aldworth Capt.: George Ginsburg O 26 Bates O 26 Bangor High N 2 at Bowdoin N 9 Colby

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1919 (6-1) Coach: James Baldwin Capt.: Clyde Stewart O 4 Fort McKinley O 11 Fort Williams O 18 at Army O 25 at Bates N 1 at Colby N 8 Bowdoin N 15 at New Hampshire

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1920 (3-3-3) Coach: James Baldwin Capt.: Raymond Smith S 18 Fort McKinley S 25 Boston University O 2 at Harvard O 9 at Brown O 16 Rhode Island O 23 Bates O 30 Colby N 6 at Bowdoin N 13 New Hampshire

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O 8 Lowell Textile O 15 Rhode Island O 22 at Bates O 29 at Colby N 5 Bowdoin N 12 at Stevens Institute

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1938 (3-4) Coach: Fred Brice Capt.: Dana Drew S 24 Rhode Island O 1 at New York University O 8 at New Hampshire O 15 Connecticut O 22 Bates O 29 Colby N 5 at Bowdoin

1946 (2-5) Coach: George E. Allen Capt.: Richard Burrill S 28 Rhode Island O 5 at Northeastern O 12 New Hampshire O 19 at Connecticut O 26 Bates N 2 Colby N 9 at Bowdoin

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1939 (5-2) Coach: Fred Brice Capt.: Richard Dyer S 30 Arnold O 7 Rhode Island O 14 New Hampshire O 21 at Connecticut O 28 at Bates N 4 at Colby N 11 Bowdoin

1947 (6-1, 2-1 Yankee Conference) Coach: George E. Allen Capt.: George Marsankis S 27 at Rhode Island* O 4 Northeastern O 11 at New Hampshire* O 18 Connecticut* N 1 at Colby N 8 Bowdoin N 15 at Bates

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1933 (4-3) Coach: Fred Brice Capt.: Phillip Parsons S 30 Rhode Island O 7 at Yale O 14 Lowell Textile O 21 New Hampshire O 28 at Bates N 4 at Colby N 11 at Bowdoin

1940 (1-6) Coach: Fred Brice Capt.: Roger Stearns S 23 Rhode Island O 5 at Columbia O 12 at New Hampshire O 19 Connecticut O 26 Bates N 2 Colby N 9 at Bowdoin

1948 (4-3, 1-2 YC) Coach: George E. Allen Capt.: Alton Sproul, Jr. S 25 at Rhode Island* O 2 at Northeastern O 9 New Hampshire* O 16 at Connecticut* O 23 Bates O 30 Colby N 6 at Bowdoin

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1934 (4-3) Coach: Fred Brice Capt.: George Cobb S 29 Rhode Island O 6 Lowell Textile O 13 at Dartmouth O 20 at New Hampshire O 27 Bates N 3 Colby N 10 at Bowdoin

1941 (3-2-2) Coach: George E. Allen Capt.: Edward Barrows S 27 Rhode Island O 4 Northeastern O 11 New Hampshire O 18 at Connecticut O 25 at Bates N 1 at Colby N 8 Bowdoin

L W L L W W W

0 46 0 7 12 20 13

6 0 27 24 0 6 0

W 27 0 W 14 13 W 97 0 W 67 0 L 0 17 W 27 0 W 13 6

1935 (3-3-1) Coach: Fred Brice Capt.: Albert Doherty S 28 Rhode Island O 5 Holy Cross O 12 New Hampshire O 19 Arnold O 26 Bates N 2 Colby N 9 Bowdoin

1942 (2-4) Coach: William Kenyon Capts.: Ray Neal, Robert Nutter O 3 at Columbia L 2 34 O 10 at New Hampshire L 7 20 O 17 Connecticut L 7 26 O 24 Bates W 9 7 O 31 Colby W 29 6 N 7 at Bowdoin L 6 12

W 7 0 L 0 47 W 13 2 W 26 0 L 7 26 L 0 12 T 13 13

W 20 6 L 0 27 T 0 0 W 7 0 W 46 0 T 0 0 W 26 0

1936 (4-3) Coach: Fred Brice Capt.: Morris Procter S 26 Rhode Island O 3 at Columbia O 10 at New Hampshire O 17 Lowell Textile O 24 Bates O 31 Colby

L 0 7 L 0 34 W 27 6 W 21 0 W 21 19 W 14 7

1923 (5-3) Coach: Fred Brice Capt.: Henry Small S 22 Rhode Island S 29 at Vermont O 6 at Dartmouth O 13 at Connecticut O 20 Bates O 27 at Colby N 3 Bowdoin N 13 New Hampshire

W 14 0 L 6 7 L 0 6 W 7 0 W 12 7 L 0 7 W 28 6 W 13 0

1924 (4-3-1) Coach: Fred Brice Capt.: George Gruhn S 27 at Rhode Island O 4 Boston University O 11 Connecticut O 18 Bates O 25 Colby N 1 at Bowdoin N 8 New Hampshire N 15 Tufts

W 37 0 L 0 6 L 0 3 W 20 0 W 12 0 T 0 0 L 0 32 W 14 13

1925 (5-2-1) Coach: Fred Brice Capt.: Oren Fraser S 26 Fort Williams O 3 Tufts O 10 at Connecticut O 17 at Dartmouth O 24 Bates O 31 at Colby N 7 Bowdoin N 14 New Hampshire

W 33 0 L 6 7 W 7 0 L 0 56 W 16 7 W 27 6 W 28 14 T 0 0

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W 14 0 L 0 7 L 0 19 W 12 0 W 19 6 W 14 0 W 7 6 W 14 7

1927 (6-1) Coach: Fred Brice Capt.: Moses Nanigan O 1 Rhode Island O 8 at Connecticut O 15 Fort Williams O 22 at Bates O 29 at Colby N 5 Bowdoin N 12 New Hampshire 1928 (4-1-2) Coach: Fred Brice Capt.: James Buzzell S 29 Rhode Island O 6 at Yale O 13 Connecticut O 20 at New Hampshire O 27 Bates N 3 Colby N 10 at Bowdoin

N 7 at Bowdoin 1937 (2-3-2) Coach: Fred Brice Capt.: Ernest Reidman S 25 Rhode Island O 2 at Yale O 9 New Hampshire O 16 Arnold O 23 at Bates O 30 at Colby N 6 Bowdoin

1922 (6-2) Coach: Fred Brice Capt.: Raymond Lunge S 23 Connecticut S 30 Vermont O 7 Dartmouth O 14 Norwich O 21 Bates O 28 Colby N 4 Bowdoin N 11 New Hampshire

1926 (7-1) Coach: Fred Brice Capt.: Paul Lamoreau S 25 Fort Williams O 2 at Rhode Island O 9 at Middlebury O 16 Connecticut O 23 Bates O 30 Colby N 6 at Bowdoin N 13 at New Hampshire

1929 (2-5) Coach: Fred Brice Capt.: Lavon Zakarian S 28 Rhode Island O 5 at Boston College O 12 at Connecticut O 19 New Hampshire O 26 at Bates N 2 at Colby N 9 Bowdoin 1930 (3-4) Coach: Fred Brice Capt.: Cecil Horne S 27 at Yale O 4 Rhode Island O 11 Connecticut O 18 at New Hampshire O 25 Bates N 1 Colby N 8 at Bowdoin 1931 (4-3) Coach: Fred Brice Capt.: James Sims S 26 Rhode Island O 3 at Yale O 10 at Connecticut O 17 New Hampshire O 24 at Bates O 31 at Colby N 7 Bowdoin 1932 (5-1-1) Coach: Fred Brice Capt.: Julius Pike S 24 Rhode Island O 1 Connecticut O 8 at Holy Cross O 15 at New Hampshire O 22 Bates O 29 Colby N 5 Bowdoin

1943 (0-1) Coach: Sam Sezak Capt.: Richard Morrill O 23 Philips Andover 1944 (2-2) Coach: William Kenyon Capt.: Eugene Long New Hampshire Norwich Norwich New Hampshire 1945 (0-5) Coach: William Kenyon Capt.: John Day O 13 at Rhode Island O 20 Connecticut O 27 Massachusetts

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6 20

W 13 6 L 6 13 W 26 6 L 14 19

L 7 10 L 12 18 L 0 6

1949 (2-4-1, 2-0-1 YC) **CHAMPIONS** Coach: David Nelson Capt.: Donald Barron S 24 at Rhode Island* W 19 O 1 Springfield L 0 O 8 at New Hampshire* W 26 O 15 Connecticut* T 12 O 22 at Bates L 0 O 29 at Colby L 12 N 5 Bowdoin L 0 1950 (5-1-1, 3-1 YC) Coach: David Nelson Capt.: Peter Pocius, Jr. S 30 Rhode Island* O 7 at Vermont* O 14 New Hampshire* O 21 at Connecticut* O 28 Bates N 4 Colby N 11 at Bowdoin

W W L W W W T

7 35 13 12 6 13 18

13 15 0 16 19 26 6

0 7 19 7 6 7 6

1951 (6-0-1, 3-0-1 YC) **CHAMPIONS** Coach: Harold Westerman Capt.: Peter Pocius, Jr. S 29 Rhode Island* W 12 O 6 Vermont* W 42 O 13 at New Hampshire* T 0 O 20 Connecticut* W 49 O 27 at Bates W 26 N 3 at Colby W 24 N 10 Bowdoin W 40

0 0 0 19 7 0 14

1952 (4-3, 3-1 YC) **CHAMPIONS** Coach: Harold Westerman Capts.: John Butterfield, Phil Butterfield, Jr. S 25 Rhode Island* W O 2 at Vermont* W O 9 New Hampshire* W O 16 at Connecticut* L O 23 Bates W O 30 Colby L N 6 at Bowdoin L 1 953 (4-2-1, 1-2-1 YC) Coach: Harold Westerman Capts.: Ed Bogdanovich, Ed Cianchette S 26 at Rhode Island*

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13 14 24 7 62 7 14

0 6 7 13 6 13 33

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O 3 Vermont* O 10 at New Hampshire* O 17 Connecticut* O 24 at Bates O 31 at Colby N 7 Bowdoin

W 13 0 L 6 21 T 18 18 W 37 7 W 45 13 W 35 7

1954 (5-2, 2-2 YC) Coach: Harold Westerman Capts.: Thomas Golden, Ernest Smart S 23 Rhode Island* L 7 14 O 2 at Vermont* W 23 20 O 9 New Hampshire* L 10 21 O 16 at Connecticut* W 41 13 O 23 Bates W 35 0 O 30 Colby W 33 6 N 6 at Bowdoin W 27 13 1955 (5-1-1, 2-1-1 YC) Coach: Harold Westerman Capts.: James Duffy, John Small S 24 at Rhode Island* O 1 Vermont* O 8 at New Hampshire* O 15 Connecticut* O 22 at Bates O 29 at Colby N 5 Bowdoin 1956 (5-2, 3-1 YC) Coach: Harold Westerman Capts.: Thurlow Cooper, Peter Kostacopoulos S 29 Rhode Island* O 6 at Vermont* O 13 New Hampshire* O 20 at Connecticut* O 27 Bates N 3 Colby N 10 Bowdoin 1957 (4-3, 2-2 YC) Coach: Harold Westerman Capt.: Vernon Moulton S 28 at Rhode Island* O 5 Vermont* O 12 at New Hampshire* O 19 Connecticut* O 26 at Bates N 2 at Colby N 9 Bowdoin 1958 (6-2, 4-1 YC) Coach: Harold Westerman Capt.: Niles Nelson S 20 Massachusetts* S 27 Rhode Island* O 4 at Vermont* O 11 New Hampshire* O 18 at Connecticut* O 25 Bates N 1 Colby N 8 at Bowdoin

L 0 7 W 34 0 T 6 6 W 13 0 W 15 13 W 53 0 W 54 8

W 40 7 W 14 0 W 29 7 L 7 13 L 13 19 W 26 7 W 33 7

L 7 25 W 49 0 W 7 0 L 0 19 L 0 7 W 14 13 W 40 0

W 19 6 W 37 8 W 26 0 W 14 0 L 6 21 W 40 0 L 12 16 W 37 0

1959 (3-3-2, 1-2-2 YC) Coach: Harold Westerman Capts.: Robert Bragg, John Welch S 19 at Massachusetts* L 16 21 S 26 Rhode Island* T 0 0 O 3 Vermont* W 52 14 O 10 at New Hampshire* T 7 7 O 17 Connecticut* L 15 18 O 24 at Bates W 12 0 O 31 at Colby L 6 14 N 7 Bowdoin W 18 8 1960 (4-3-1, 3-2 YC) Coach: Harold Westerman Capts.: Ewen MacKinnon, Wayne Champeon, Richard Leadbetter S 17 vs. Massachusetts* (P) L 13 21 S 24 Rhode Island* W 7 0 O 1 at Vermont* W 27 0 O 8 New Hampshire* W 13 7 O 15 at Connecticut* L 2 30 O 22 Bates T 13 13 O 29 Colby W 28 12

all-time results N 5 at Bowdoin

L 21 28

1961 (8-0-1, 5-0 YC) **CHAMPIONS** Coach: Harold Westerman Capts.: Robert Kinney, David Cloutier S 23 Army “B” W 21 S 30 at Rhode Island* W 22 O 7 Vermont* W 34 O 14 at New Hampshire* W 7 O 21 Connecticut* W 2 O 28 at Bates T 15 N 4 at Colby W 14 N 11 Bowdoin W 13 N 22 Massachusetts* W 10 1962 (4-4, 1-4 YC) Coach: Harold Westerman Capts.: Alton Hadley III, John Roberts S 22 at Massachusetts* L S 29 Rhode Island* L O 6 Vermont* W O 13 New Hampshire* L O 20 Connecticut* L O 27 Bates W N 3 Colby W N 10 Bowdoin W

0 7 9 6 6 20 27 27

6 20 14 6 0 15 0 8 7

10 14 6 21 14 0 0 2

1963 (5-3, 3-2 YC) Coach: Harold Westerman Capts.: Daniel Severson, Earle Cooper S 21 Massachusetts* L 7 14 S 28 at Rhode Island* L 16 20 O 5 Vermont* W 14 13 O 12 at New Hampshire* W 28 8 O 19 Connecticut* W 35 12 O 26 at Bates W 49 0 N 2 at Colby W 53 12 N 9 Bowdoin L 0 7 1964 (5-3, 2-3 YC) Coach: Harold Westerman Capts.: Michael Haley, Ernest Smith S 19 at Massachusetts* L 0 6 S 26 Rhode Island* W 23 15 O 3 at Vermont* L 7 14 O 10 New Hampshire* W 33 18 O 17 Connecticut* L 13 14 O 24 Bates W 38 7 O 31 Colby W 42 7 N 7 at Bowdoin W 22 0

O 7 at Vermont* O 14 New Hampshire* O 21 Connecticut* O 28 at Boston College N 4 Northeastern N 11 at Rhode Island*

L 7 18 L 0 17 L 0 21 L 0 56 L 0 24 L 12 34

1968 (3-5, 2-3 YC) Coach: Walter Abbott Capts.: Donald Loranger, Francis Griffin, E. Quackenbush S 21 at Massachusetts* L 3 21 S 28 Boston University L 3 6 O 5 Vermont* W 28 0 O 12 at New Hampshire* L 17 42 O 19 at Connecticut* L 0 29 O 26 Rhode Island* W 21 14 N 2 at Bucknell L 21 42 N 9 Hofstra W 42 7 1969 (5-4, 3-2 YC) Coach: Walter Abbott Capt.: Paul Dulac S 20 Massachusetts* L 7 49 S 27 Southern Connecticut W 21 14 O 4 at Rhode Island* W 35 7 O 11 New Hampshire* W 20 18 O 18 Connecticut* L 7 28 O 25 at Boston University L 7 20 N 1 Hofstra W 40 34 N 8 at The Citadel L 28 40 N 15 Vermont* W 38 30 1970 (3-5, 1-4 YC) Coach: Walter Abbott Capts.: Robert Hamilton, Henry James S 19 at Massachusetts* L 0 28 S 26 Hofstra L 20 48 O 3 Rhode Island* L 6 23 O 10 at New Hampshire* L 9 13 O 17 at Connecticut* L 13 45 O 24 C.W. Post W 42 8 O 31 at Northeastern W 24 17 N 7 Vermont* W 28 21

1965 (8-2, 5-0 YC) **CHAMPIONS** **LAMBERT TROPHY** **TANGERINE BOWL** Coach: Harold Westerman Capts.: Alan Riley, Walter Hirst S 18 Massachusetts* W 10 8 S 25 at Boston University W 18 7 O 2 Vermont* W 35 6 O 9 at New Hampshire* W 48 13 O 16 Connecticut* W 24 6 O 23 at Rhode Island* W 36 0 O 30 at Colby W 42 14 N 6 Youngstown State W 27 22 N 13 at Tampa L 0 2 D 12 vs. East Carolina ! L 0 31 !-Tangerine Bowl played in Orlando, Fla. 1966 (4-5, 2-3 YC) Coach: Harold Westerman Capts.: John Huard, Charles Belisle S 17 at Massachusetts* L 7 10 S 24 Boston University L 7 20 O 1 Bucknell W 7 6 O 8 at New Hampshire* L 7 10 O 15 at Connecticut* L 19 20 O 22 Rhode Island* W 21 6 O 29 Colby W 31 6 N 5 at Youngstown State L 6 14 N 12 Vermont* W 52 7 1967 (0-8, 0-5 YC) Coach: Walter Abbott Capts.: Donald White, Keith Kalman S 23 Massachusetts* L 9 30 S 30 vs. The Citadel (P) L 14 42

1971 (2-6, 1-4 YC) Coach: Walter Abbott Capts.: William Swadel, Stanley Maddock S 18 Massachusetts* L 0 13 S 25 at Hofstra L 22 28 O 2 at Rhode Island* W 21 7 O 9 New Hampshire* L 14 24 O 16 Connecticut* L 7 21 O 23 at C.W. Post L 21 42 O 30 American International W 28 14 N 6 Vermont* L 13 17 1972 (3-6, 1-4 YC) Coach: Walter Abbott Capts.: James Reid, Robert McConnell S 15 at Boston University W 25 7

S 23 at Massachusetts* S 30 Bucknell O 7 Rhode Island* O 14 at New Hampshire* O 21 at Connecticut* O 28 Lafayette N 4 Vermont* N 11 at Delaware

L 0 37 L 14 17 W 10 7 L 14 17 L 9 31 W 16 6 L 14 15 L 0 62

1973 (3-7, 2-4 YC) Coach: Walter Abbott Capts.: Andrew Mellow, John O’Rourke, Jr., Jack Lamborghini S 8 at Vermont* W 14 0 S 15 Boston University* L 13 16 S 22 at Massachusetts* L 0 20 S 29 Central Connecticut L 3 6 O 6 at Rhode Island* W 20 7 O 16 New Hampshire* L 0 13 O 20 Connecticut* L 3 30 O 27 at Lafayette L 13 23 N 3 Bucknell W 14 0 N 10 Delaware L 12 28 1974 (4-6, 4-2 YC) **CHAMPIONS** Coach: Walter Abbott Capts.: Donald Cote, Steven Jones S 7 Northeastern L S 13 at Boston University* L S 21 Massachusetts* L S 28 at Bucknell L O 5 Rhode Island* W O 12 at New Hampshire* W O 19 at Connecticut* W O 26 Lehigh L N 2 Vermont* W N 9 at Delaware L

7 6 0 18 29 23 7 26 31 13

14 7 42 30 19 9 0 35 27 39

1975 (4-6, 1-4 YC) Coach: Walter AbbottCapt.: Alfred Royer S 13 Boston University* L 21 31 S 20 at Massachusetts* L 0 10 S 27 Bucknell W 17 0 O 4 at Rhode Island* W 23 14 O 11 New Hampshire* L 15 24 O 18 Connecticut* L 0 14 O 25 at Lehigh L 14 51 N 1 Southern Connecticut W 33 0 N 8 at Delaware L 9 35 N 15 at Northeastern W 2 0 1976 (6-5, 2-3 YC) Coach: Jack Bicknell Capts.: Scott E. Shulman, Jack Leggett, Gerard Tautkus S 11 St. Mary’s W 49 14 S 18 Massachusetts* L 3 24 S 25 Central Connecticut State W 17 3 O 2 Rhode Island* L 9 14 O 9 at New Hampshire* W 10 0 O 16 at Connecticut* W 24 13 O 23 Lehigh L 0 24 O 30 at Southern Connecticut W 24 14 N 6 Northeastern W 21 20 N 13 at Boston University* L 14 28 N 20 at Delaware L 0 36 1977 (3-7, 1-4 YC) Coach: Jack Bicknell Capts.: Jack Cosgrove, David SecinS 10 at Lafayette W 12 10 S 17 at Massachusetts* L 0 28 S 24 Central Connecticut State W 45 20 O 1 at Rhode Island* L 0 28 O 8 New Hampshire* L 7 54 O 15 Connecticut* W 9 7 O 22 at Western Carolina L 20 41 O 29 Albany L 39 42 N 5 at Northeastern L 20 47 N 12 Boston University* L 20 23 1978 (3-7-1, 0-4-1 YC) Coach: Jack Bicknell Capts.: Chris Keating, William LeRoy


all-time results

S 9 Dayton L 14 31 S 16 at Boston University* L 14 27 S 23 Massachusetts* L 6 40 S 30 at Central Connecticut State W 32 26 O 7 Rhode Island* L 0 47 O 14 at New Hampshire* T 7 7 O 21 at Connecticut* L 7 49 O 28 Lafayette W 3 25 N 4 at Delaware L 0 48 N 11 Lehigh W 21 18 N 18 at Northeastern L 19 20

1979 (2-9, 0-5 YC) Coach: Jack Bicknell Capts.: Joseph Lipinski, Thomas Sullivan, Jonathan Weed S 8 Towson L 7 13 S 15 Boston University* L 13 24 S 22 at Massachusetts* L 14 38 S 29 Central Connecticut State W 40 3 O 6 at Rhode Island* L 0 10 O 13 New Hampshire* L 0 23 O 20 Connecticut* L 7 19 O 27 at Lafayette W 34 21 N 3 at Delaware L 14 31 N 10 at Lehigh L 6 12 N 17 Northeastern L 16 27 1980 (4-7, 1-4 YC) Coach: Jack Bicknell Capts.: Andrew Neilson, Peter A. Thiboutot, John Tursky S 6 at U.S. Merchant Marine Acad. W 17 8 S 13 Lehigh L 6 37 S 20 Rhode Island* W 14 11 S 27 at Boston University* L 0 17 O 4 Lafayette W 24 3 O 11 at New Hampshire* L 13 19 O 18 Massachusetts* L 14 21 O 25 at Connecticut* L 13 14 N 1 Northeastern W 35 24 N 8 at Princeton L 7 24 N 15 Delaware L 6 35 1981 (3-7-1, 1-4 YC) Coach: Ronald Rogerson Capt.: Stephen Keating S 5 Kutztown S 12 at Lehigh S 19 at Rhode Island* S 26 Boston University* O 3 at Lafayette O 10 New Hampshire* O 17 at Massachusetts* O 24 Connecticut* O 31 at Northeastern N 7 at Princeton N 14 at Delaware

T 17 17 L 10 24 L 10 21 L 7 48 L 0 17 W 26 16 L 7 20 L 10 31 W 9 3 W 55 44 L 35 42

1982 (7-4, 3-2 YC) **CHAMPIONS** Coach: Ronald Rogerson Capt.: Stephen Keating S 4 Howard W S 11 Lehigh W S 18 Rhode Island* (6OT) L S 25 at Boston University*(4OT) L O 2 at Towson L O 9 Lafayette W O 16 Massachusetts* W O 23 at Connecticut* W O 30 Northeastern W N 6 at New Hampshire* W N 13 at Holy Cross L 1983 (4-6, 0-5 YC) Coach: Ronald Rogerson Capt.: Dean Ramsdell S 17 at Rhode Island* S 24 Boston University* O 1 Towson O 8 at Lafayette O 15 at Massachusetts* O 22 Connecticut* O 29 at Northeastern N 5 New Hampshire* N 12 at VMI

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38 14 55 45 32 28 42 21 31 31 7

15 6 58 48 35 14 24 7 0 14 21

L 16 24 L 14 28 W 23 16 W 39 38 L 7 17 L 26 31 W 17 14 L 7 20 L 12 14

N 19 Springfield

W 62 6

1984 (5-6, 2-3 YC) Coach: Ronald Rogerson Capt.: Gary Hufnagle S 8 at New Hampshire* S 15 at Richmond S 22 Rhode Island* S 29 at Boston University* O 6 Lafayette O 13 at Delaware O 20 Massachusetts* O 27 at Connecticut* (OT) N 3 Northeastern N 10 at Howard N 17 Holy Cross

L 13 21 L 13 30 L 0 27 L 10 27 W 22 20 L 7 37 W 20 7 W 13 10 W 20 17 W 27 23 L 7 24

1985 (6-5, 2-3 YC) Coach: Buddy Teevens Capt.: Mark Coutts S 7 Howard W 35 12 S 14 American International W 27 17 S 21 at Rhode Island* L 14 34 S 28 Boston University* L 14 19

O 5 Central Connecticut State O 12 Richmond O 19 at Massachusetts* O 26 Connecticut* N 2 at Northeastern N 9 New Hampshire* N 16 at Delaware

W 51 8 L 24 37 L 7 20 W 28 3 L 13 14 W 45 40 W 10 7

1986 (7-4, 3-4 YC) Coach: Buddy Teevens Capts.: Tim Cahill, Steve Donahue S 6 at Howard S 13 American International S 20 Rhode Island* S 27 at Boston University* O 4 at Central Connecticut State O 11 Northeastern O 18 Massachusetts* O 25 at Connecticut* N 1 Delaware* N 8 at New Hampshire* N 15 at Richmond*

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1987 (8-4, 6-1 YC) **CHAMPIONS** Coach: Tim Murphy Capts.: Bob Wilder, Steve Violette S 5 American International S 12 at Massachusetts* S 19 at Rhode Island* S 26 Boston University* O 3 Towson O 10 at Northeastern O 17 Richmond* O 24 Connecticut* O 31 at Delaware* (2OT) N 7 New Hampshire* N 14 at Illinois State N 21 at Georgia Southern(N)(OT) 1988 (7-4, 4-4 YC) Coach: Tim Murphy Capt.: Nick Penna S 10 at Massachusetts* S 17 Northeastern S 24 New Hampshire* O 1 at Richmond* O 8 vs. Boston University* (P) O 15 Rhode Island* O 22 at Connecticut* O 29 Delaware* N 5 at Brown N 12 at Towson N 19 at Villanova* 1989 (9-3, 6-2 YC) **CHAMPIONS** Coach: Tom Lichtenberg Capts.: Scott Hough, John Gibson S 2 Youngstown State S 9 at New Hampshire* S 16 Villanova* S 23 Massachusetts* S 30 Richmond* O 7 Lock Haven

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38 12 33 7 34 14 23 26 28 7 38 21 13 23 19 35 31 34 14 13 26 11

42 31 24 33 14 17 7 32 59 28 37 28

23 14 20 19 17 21 17 28 56 14 34 31

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at Rhode Island* Connecticut* at Delaware* at Boston University* at Northeastern at SW Missouri State (N)

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47 30 28 28 29 35

21 8 35 30 26 38

1990 (3-8, 2-6 YC) Coach: Kirk Ferentz Capts.: Rob Noble, Tom Rogers Mike Smith, Jamal Williamson S 7 at Villanova* L 7 31 S 15 at Massachusetts* L 10 21 S 22 New Hampshire* L 20 28 S 29 at Richmond* L 16 24 O 6 at Hawaii L 3 44 O 13 Rhode Island* W 24 17 O 20 at Connecticut* L 20 35 O 27 Delaware* W 17 10 N 3 Boston University* L 24 26 N 10 Northeastern W 42 7 N 17 at Youngstown State L 17 38 1991 (3-8, 2-6 YC) Coach: Kirk Ferentz Capts.: Paul Capriotti, Brian Roche S 7 Villanova* S 14 Northeastern S 21 Massachusetts* S 28 at New Hampshire* O 5 Richmond* O 12 at Rutgers O 19 at Rhode Island* O 26 Connecticut* N 2 at Delaware* N 9 at Boston University* N 16 Towson

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1992 (6-5, 4-4 YC) Coach: Kirk Ferentz Capts.: Game Captains S 5 New Hampshire* S 12 Kutztown S 19 Northeastern O 3 at Richmond* O 10 Liberty O 17 Rhode Island* O 24 at Connecticut* O 31 Delaware* N 7 vs. Boston University* (P) N 14 at Massachusetts* N 21 at Villanova*

W 27 24 W 10 0 L 36 47 L 6 28 W 42 20 W 21 9 L 30 37 L 13 57 W 40 11 W 21 13 L 8 28

1993 (3-8, 2-6 YC [0-11, 0-8]) Coach: Jack Cosgrove Capts.: Game Captains S 4 at Buffalo+ W S 11 at Boston University* L S 18 Massachusetts*+ W S 25 at New Hampshire* L O 9 vs. Richmond (P) L O 16 at Rhode Island*+(2OT) W O 23 Connecticut* L O 30 at Delaware* L N 6 William & Mary* L N 13 Northeastern* L N 20 Hofstra L +-Contest forfeited for use of ineligble player 1994 (3-8, 2-6 YC) Coach: Jack Cosgrove Capts.: Steve Knight, Todd Park S 3 Central Florida S 10 Rhode Island* S 17 Boston University* S 24 at Massachusetts* O 1 Delaware* O 8 at Richmond O 15 at Connecticut* O 22 New Hampshire* O 29 vs. Buffalo (P) N 5 at William & Mary* N 12 at Northeastern* 1995 (3-8, 1-7 YC) Coach: Jack Cosgrove Capts.: Ray Baur, Brian Gaine, Joe Robinson

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7 48 14 15 3 10 20 38 19 15 17 40 30 52 41 20 10 34 0 27 49 34

30 27 0 45 17 13 13 63 14 17 26 23 13 14 19 21 23 47 20 34 15 27

6 28 21 28 18 31 14 20 19 13 24 10 35 31 7 24 21 24 0 17 16 23

S 2 Lock Haven S 9 at Rhode Island* S 16 at Boston University* S 30 James Madison* O 7 at Buffalo O 14 Connecticut* O 21 at New Hampshire* O 28 at Delaware* N 4 Massachusetts* (OT) N 11 Northeastern* N 18 at Central Florida

W L L L W L L L W L L

41 15 13 17 21 40 17 21 19 6 30 31 0 21 0 61 24 21 28 31 17 37

1996 (7-4, 5-3 YC) Coach: Jack Cosgrove Capts.: Mike Flynn, Mitch Maury, Todd Williamson A 29 vs. Northeastern* (P) L 21 22 S 7 at Fordham W 24 13 S 14 Boston University* W 45 8 S 21 Rhode Island* W 58 19 S 28 Delaware* L 17 27 O 5 at James Madison* L 7 31 O 12 at Connecticut* W 17 16 O 19 New Hampshire* W 34 20 N 2 at Massachusetts* W 22 14 N 9 at Hofstra W 9 7 N 16 Buffalo L 31 35 1997 (5-6, 4-4 Atlantic 10 Conference) Coach: Jack Cosgrove Capts.: Derek Carter, John Tennett S 6 at Rhode Island* S 13 Massachusetts* S 20 at Villanova* S 27 James Madison* O 4 at Richmond* O 11 Connecticut* (3OT) O 18 Boston University* O 25 at New Hampshire* N 8 at Buffalo N 15 at Northeastern N 22 at Hofstra

W 30 14 W 49 6 L 14 34 L 22 24 L 14 17 W 49 47 W 62 29 L 7 24 W 52 13 L 17 23 L 32 44

1998 (6-5, 3-5 A-10) Coach: Jack Cosgrove Capts.: Mickey Fein, Ves Lugo, Drew Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Connor S 3 vs. Buffalo (P) S 12 New Hampshire* S 19 at Connecticut* S 26 Dartmouth O 3 Villanova* O 10 Rhode Island* O 17 Richmond* O 24 at James Madison* O 31 at Delaware* N 14 at Massachusetts* N 21 Northeastern

W 30 13 W 52 28 L 27 35 W 14 3 W 44 10 L 17 18 L 10 35 L 28 34 W 39 27 L 34 55 W 20 14

1999 (4-7, 3-5 A-10) Coach: Jack Cosgrove Capts.: Ves Lugo, Brent Naccara, Jojo Oliphant S 4 at Colgate S 11 Hofstra S 18 Richmond* S 25 Connecticut* O 2 McNeese State O 16 Massachusetts* O 23 at Rhode Island* O 30 at William & Mary* N 6 James Madison* N 13 at Northeastern* N 20 at New Hampshire*

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21 28 19 27 21 14 20 34 35 7 17 38 14 23 13 37 26 20 20 14 20 31

2000 (5-6, 3-5 A-10) Coach: Jack Cosgrove Capts.: B en Christopher, Paul Paradis, Dwayne Wilmot A 31 vs. Kutztown (P) W 45 0 S 9 Hofstra L 30 51 S 16 Howard W 38 21 S 23 at Villanova* L 21 47 S 30 William & Mary* L 28 31 O 14 at Massachusetts* L 10 33 O 21 at Richmond* L 6 17 O 28 Rhode Island* W 37 7 N 4 at James Madison* L 7 22

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all-time results

Maine celebrates winning the 1987 Yankee Conference championship. N 11 Northeastern* N 18 New Hampshire*

W 42 17 W 55 10

2001 (9-3, 7-2 A-10) **CHAMPIONS** Coach: Jack Cosgrove Capts.: Chad Hayes, Zack Magliaro, Malik Nichols S 8 Colgate W 34 10 S 15 at North Dakota State cancelled S 22 at Hofstra* L 44 51 S 29 James Madison* W 13 3 O 6 Richmond* W 14 3 O 13 at Northeastern* W 21 9 O 20 Villanova* W 44 40 O 27 at William & Mary* L 20 42 N 3 at Rhode Island* W 26 14 N 10 Massachusetts* W 37 7 N 17 at New Hampshire* W 57 24 D 1 at McNeese State (N) W 14 10 D 8 at Northern Iowa (N) L 28 56 2002 (11-3, 7-2 A-10) **CHAMPIONS** Coach: Jack Cosgrove Capts.: Stephen Cooper, Jake Eaton, Brendan Curry A 31 vs. Central Conn. St. (P) W S 7 William & Mary * W S 14 at Villanova * W S 21 at Howard W S 28 Rhode Island * W O 5 at James Madison * W O 12 at Massachusetts * L O 19 at Florida International W O 26 Hofstra * W N 9 Delaware * L N 16 at Richmond * W N 23 New Hampshire * W N 30 at Appalachian State (N) W D 7 at Georgia Southern (N) L 2003 (7-5, 5-4 A-10) Coach: Jack Cosgrove Capts.: Dennis Dottin-Carter, Michael Zyskowski A 30 Montana L S 6 at Hofstra * W S 13 Florida International (P) W S 20 Massachusetts * L S 27 at William & Mary * no contest O 4 Richmond * W O 18 at Northeastern * L O 25 James Madison * W N 1 at Delaware * (OT) L N 8 at Morgan State W N 15 Villanova * W N 22 at New Hampsire L

52 27 21 42 31 17 10 33 24 13 21 31 14 7

3 14 14 12 14 6 20 7 17 37 14 14 13 31

20 30 44 21 24 14 16 24 20 14 20 21 77 14 27

10 20 13 24 24 10 47

2004 (5-6, 3-5 A-10) Coach: Jack Cosgrove Capts.: Mike Leconte, Marcus Walton, Marcus Williams S 4 at Montana L 20 27 S 11 Northern Colorado W 38 0 S 18 at Mississippi State W 9 7 O 2 at Delaware* L 38 43 O 9 at Richmond* W 29 25 O 16 James Madison* L 20 24 O 23 Northeastern* W 35 26

O 30 at Massachusetts* (OT) N 6 Hofstra* N 13 at Rhode Island* N 20 New Hampshire*

L L W L

34 35 20 31 42 28 36 50

2005 (5-6, 3-5 A-10) Coach: Jack Cosgrove Capts.: Jermaine Walker, Ben Lazarski S 3 at Nebraska S 10 William Penn S 17 Richmond* O 1 Albany (P) O 8 at James Madison* O 15 at Hofstra* O 22 Massachusetts* O 29 Delaware* N 5 at Northeastern* N 12 Rhode Island* (OT) N 19 at New Hampshire*

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7 25 28 0 21 26 31 7 2 38 0 44 14 35 25 15 14 10 27 24 47 59

2006 (6-5, 5-3 A-10) Coach: Jack Cosgrove Capts.: Mike DeVito, Matt King, Ron Whitcomb S 9 at Youngstown State S 16 at William & Mary* S 23 Shaw S 30 at Boston College O 7 at Towson* O 14 Villanova* O 21 Hofstra* O 28 at Rhode Island* N 4 Northeastern* N 11 at Massachusetts* N 18 New Hampshire* (OT)

L 14 34 W 20 17 W 62 12 L 0 22 W 28 7 W 20 7 W 21 10 L 0 3 W 30 3 L 9 10 L 13 19

2007 (4-7, 3-5 Colonial Athletic Association) Coach: Jack Cosgrove Capts.: John Wormuth, Patrick McCrossan, Bruno Dorismond S 1 Monmouth W S 8 at Connecticut L S 15 at Villanova* (OT) L S 22 Massachusetts* L O 6 at Hofstra* L O 13 William & Mary* L O 20 at Stony Brook (2OT) L O 27 at Northeastern* W N 3 Towson* W N 10 Rhode Island* W N 17 at New Hampshire* L

21 14 0 38 17 24 7 38 13 38 20 21 23 30 20 14 16 13 35 0 14 39

2008 (8-5, 5-3 CAA) **NCAA PLAYOFFS** Coach: Jack Cosgrove Capts.: Jovan Belcher, Jhamal Fluellen A 30 at Iowa L 3 46 S 6 at Monmouth W 21 17 S 13 Stony Brook W 28 13 S 20 at Richmond* L 17 44 S 27 James Madison* L 10 24 O 11 at Delaware* W 27 10 O 18 Hofstra* (2OT) W 41 40 O 25 Northeastern* W 20 0 N 1 Iona W 55 7 N 8 at Massachusetts* W 21 20 N 15 at Rhode Island* W 37 7 N 22 New Hampshire* L 24 28 N 29 at Northern Iowa (N) L 15 40

2009 (5-6, 4-4 CAA) Coach: Jack Cosgrove Capts.: Mike Brusko, Brandon McLaughlin, Jordan Stevens S 3 St. Cloud State (OT) W 34 27 S 12 at Northeastern* W 17 7 S 19 at Albany L 16 20 S 26 at Syracuse L 24 41 O 3 Delaware* L 17 27 O 10 at Hofstra* W 16 14 O 17 Richmond* L 21 38 O 31 Massachusetts* W 19 9 N 7 at James Madison* L 14 22 N 14 Rhode Island* W 41 17 N 21 at New Hampshire* L 24 27 2010 (4-7, 3-5 CAA) Coach: Jack Cosgrove Capts.: Game Day S 2 Albany S 11 at Monmouth S 18 at Syracuse S 25 William & Mary* O 2 New Hampshire* (OT) O 9 at Delaware* O 16 Villanova* O 23 at Rhode Island* N 6 at UMass* N 13 at Towson* N 20 James Madison*

L 0 3 W 31 23 L 14 38 L 21 24 W 16 13 L 7 26 L 16 48 W 28 23 L 24 39 W 28 18 L 10 14

2011 (9-4, 6-2 CAA) ***NCAA FINAL EIGHT*** Coach: Jack Cosgrove Capts.: Game Day S 3 Bryant W 28 13 S 10 at Pittsburgh L 29 35 S 17 at Albany W 31 15 O 1 Delaware* W 31 17 O 8 at James Madison* (OT) W 25 24 O 15 Rhode Island* W 27 21 O 22 at Richmond* W 23 22 O 29 at Villanova* W 41 25 N 5 Towson* L 30 40 N 12 UMass* W 32 21 N 19 at New Hampshire* L 27 30 D 3 at Appalachian State (N) W 34 12 D 12 at Georgia Southern (N) L 23 35 (N)-NCAA FCS Playoff (P)-Contest played in Portland, Maine *-Yankee Conference/Atlantic 10/CAA game

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>> AAAAAAAAAA Ababio, Dzigbodi K. ’06, 2002, 03, 04, 05 Abbott, Lyman A. Jr. ’30, 1927, 28, 29 Abbott, Walter H. ’58, 1955, 56, 57 Ackerly, John F. ’79, 1977 Achey, Arron 2015, 2011 Adamets, Michael Jr. ’95, 1992, 93, 94 Adams, Donald S. ’38, 1937 Adams, Randolph S. ’50, 1947, 48 Admire, Robert ‘09, 2007, 08, 09 Airoldi, Louis A. ’29, 1928 Aldrich, Kenneth E. ’34, 1931, 32, 33 Alex, Joseph C. ’53, 1950, 51, 52 Allen, Matthew J. ’93, 1991 Allen, Teron ‘08, 2006, 07 Allen, William H. ’19, 1914, 15, 16, 18 Al-Mateen, Khari 2015, 2011 Alston, Douglas 2012, ‘09 Alvarez, Hugo V. ’95, 1994 Anderson, Donald L. ’35, 1934 Anderson, John E. Jr. ’50, 1946 Arbor, Charles J. ’41, 1938, 39, 40 Archie, Gregory Jr. ’98, 1994, 95 Arias, Manauris A., ‘07, 2003, 04, 05, 06 Armes, William A. ’01, 1897 Arnao, Christopher ‘08, 2005, 06, 07, 08 Arnold, Cedric L. ’32, 1931 Arrington, DiAndre A. ’05, 2002 Ashworth, James P. ’30, 1928, 29 Atkins, Michael P. ’86, 1983 Auclair, Paul L. ’68, 1966, 67 Aultman, Damarr 2015, 2011 Austin, Ray J. ’65, 1962, 63, 64 Austin, Thomas C. ’63, 1961, 62 Avery, Douglas R. ’66, 1964, 65 >> BBBBBBBBBB Bachrach, Samuel ’33, 1932 Bagley, Fernald S. ’32, 1930, 31 Bailey, Charles L. ’05, 1901, 02, 03, 04 Bailey, Michael K. ’02, 2000 Baker, David S. ’15, 1911, 12, 13, 14 Baldwin, Frederick E. ’19, 1916 Baldwin, James E. ’21, 1920 Ballantyne, Kendrick J., ‘06, 2003 Ballard, John A. ’92, 1987, 88, 89 Banks, Frank A. ’06, 1904 Banks, Reginald T. ’90, 1989 Barber , Matt‘10, 2008, ‘09 Barchet, Tracy D. ’96, 1992 Bardsley, Sherman P. ’45, 1942 Baribeau, David A. ’61, 1960 Barker, Steven ‘09, 2006, 07 Barnett, Ralph E. ’49, 1946 Barra, Michael J. ’70, 1967, 68, 69 Barron, Donald P. ’50, 1946, 47, 48, 49 Barron, John B. ’78, 1975 Barron, John S. ’21, 1917 Barrows, Edward P. ’42, 1939, 40, 41 Barrows, William E. ’02, 1898 Barrows, Willis M. ’26, 1924, 25 Bartemus, John ‘06, 2005 Bass, George W. ’97, 1894 Batanian, Alex ‘10, 2006, 08, 09 Batty, Charles A. ’12, 1909 Baumgartner, John ’05, 2001, 02, 03, 04 Baur, Raymond E. ’96, 1992, 93, 94, 95 Bausher, Thomas M. ’70, 1967 Beal, Clay G. ’54, 1951, 52, 53 Beals, Robert L. ’50, 1948 Bean, Carol L. ’77, 1973 Bean, Ellis N. ‘53, 1950 Bean, Paul L. ’04, 1900, 01, 02, 03 Bearce, Edwin F. ’05, 1901, 02, 03, 04 Bearce, George D. ’11, 1907, 08, 10 Bearce, Winfred D. ’06, 1904, 05 Beauchemin, Michael H. ’84, 1981, 82, 83 Beaulieu, Regis J. ’75, 1972, 73, 74 Beaulieu, Walter L. ’62, 1960, 61 Beeaker, Anthony A. ’28, 1925, 26, 27 Beilman, Michael ’88, 1986

Beisel, Darryl E. ’50, 1948, 49 Beisel, Ralph A. ’37, 1936 Belcher, Jovan ‘09, 2005, 06, 07, 08 Belisle, Charles M. ’67, 1964, 65, 66 Belknap, Russell E. ’40, 1940 Bell, Steven D. ’90, 1986, 87, 88, 89 Benner, Eugene N. ’70, 1967, 68, 69 Bennett, Arthur G. ’06, 1899, 04, 05 Bennett, Matthew F. ’84, 1979, 81, 82, 83 Bennett, Robert H. ’41, 1938, 39 Benson, Norman G. ’48, 1946, 47 Bergeron, Richard E. ’72, 1970, 71, 72 Berkowitz, Leonard I. ’38, 1937 Bernard, Joseph ’54, 1951 Bernheisel, George H. ’15, 1911, 12, 13, 14 Bessom, William H. ’35, 1933, 34 Betts, F. Jason ’01, 1999, 00 Beverly, Verne C. ’20, 1915, 19 Bickford, Calvin F. ’59, 1955, 56, 58 Bigelow, Elson H. ’13, 1909, 10, 11, 12 Bigney, Frederick H. ’51, 1949 Bigney, Frederick R. ’10, 1909 Bigos, Alan J. ’91, 1989, 90, 91 Binder, Christopher J. ’01, 1994, 95, 96 Bird, Alan L. ’00, 1893, 96, 97, 98 Bird, Ryan P. ’06, 2002, 03, 04, 05 Bird, William T. ’52, 1950 Bishop, Edward F. ’30, 1927 Bitterman, Michael K. ’90, 1988, 89 Black, Edmund F. ’29, 1926, 27 Black, John W. ’59, 1956, 57 Black, William M. ’09, 1907, 08 Blackwell, Ruel J. ’39, 1938 Blair, James T. ’25, 1921, 22, 23, 24 Blaisdell, George M. Jr. ’50, 1948, 49 Blake, Donald C. ’33, 1931 Bleakney, Richard A. ‘50, 1948 Blocklinger, Warren S. ’31, 1930 Blomquist, Robert N. ’69, 1967 Blotzer, Wayne D. ’81, 1978 Blouin, Armand J. ’77, 1973, 74, 75 Bochtler, David W. ’86, 1985, 86 Bodtmann, Shawn 2014, 2011 Bogdanovich, Edward ’54, 1951, 52, 53 Boinske, Aaron D. ’02, 1998, 99, 00, 01 Bolduc, Peter J. ’94, 1992 Bond, Jonathan D. ’03, 2000 Boone, Roosevelt ‘11, 2008, 09, 10, 11 Borjestedt, Peter M. ’89, 1985, 86, 87 Boston, Lance M. ’93, 1990, 91, 92 Boswell, Christopher A. ’87, 1982, 83, 86 Botka, Leslie M. ‘49, 1947 Boucher, Paul E. ’57, 1954, 55 Boucher, Roger P. ’64, 1961, 62, 63 Bouier, Lorenzo ’85, 1979, 81, 82, 83 Bouley, Edward M. ’78, 1976 Bourgoin, Raoul J. ’37, 1936 Boutilier, Eugene F. ’48, 1945 Bower, Robert M. ’59, 1956 Brown, Pushaun ‘12, 2008, 09, 10, 11 Bradford, Luther C. ’04, 1901 Bragg, Robert H. ’60, 1957, 58, 59 Brainerd, Robert H. Jr. ’85, 1983, 84 Braley, Richard D. ’37, 1936 Bramhall, Robert B. ’39, 1938 Brattan, Robert F. IV ’75, 1972 Braun, Ivan E. ’67, 1964, 65, 66 Breen, Richard P. ’53, 1950, 51, 52 Brennan, Shawn P. ’81, 1979 Brewster, Wendell S. ’37, 1934, 35 Bridge, Norman ’63, 1962 Briggs, Frederick O. ’41, 1940 Brody, Sidney S. ’41, 1940 Brooks, Robert ’05, 2001, 02, 03, 04 Brooks, William K. ’40, 1939 Brown, Clinton C. ’06, 2002, 03 Brown, Darrick J. ’99, 1995, 96, 97, 98 Brown, David W. ’64, 1961, 62, 63 Brown, Jack R. ’64, 1962, 63 Brown, William S. ’44, 1940, 41, 42 Brown, Winfred S. ’51, 1950, 51 Brusko, Mike ‘10, 2006, 07, 08, 09, 10 Bruso, Brian D. ’81, 1979, 80 Bruso, William F. ’76, 1973, 74, 75 Bryant, Robert H. ’15, 1911, 12 Bryant, Vernon C. ’26, 1925

Bryer, Charles S. ’97, 1894, 95 Buck, Michael E. ’89, 1986, 87, 88, 89 Buck, Raymond W. ’11, 1909, 10 Buckley, Barry J. ’84, 1980, 81, 82 Buckley, Paul J. ’86, 1983, 84, 85 Bulwith, Kurt ’05, 2002, 03, 04, 05 Bunker, Dana E. ’48, 1942, 46 Burger, Francis W. ’42, 1939, 40 Burgess, Charles L. Jr. ’52, 1949, 50, 51 Burke, Walter H. ’06, 1905 Burklow, Benjamin T. ’04, 2000 Burleigh, John H. ’07, 1904, 05, 06 Burleigh, Robert W. ’40, 1939 Burr, Kenneth G. ’40, 1937, 38, 39 Burrill, Richard M. ’44, 1941, 42, 46 Burton, Karl R. ’52, 1950 Butler, Edward L. Jr. ’35, 1932, 33, 34 Butterfield, John E. ’53, 1950, 51, 52 Butterfield, Philip Jr. ’53, 1950, 51, 52 Buttles, Derek ‘12, 09, 10, 11 Buzzell, Edward W. ’32, 1930, 31 Buzzell, James C. ’29, 1926, 27, 28 Byers, Alon M. ’97, 1993, 94 Byers, Robert B. ‘49, 1948 Byrd, Lennard P. ’02, 1998, 99, 00, 01 >> CCCCCCCCCC Cahill, J. Timothy ’86, 1982, 83, 85, 86 Cail, David L. ’65, 1962, 63 Caito, Robert G. Jr. ’90, 1980, 82 Calderon, Jonathan ‘09, 2005, 06, 07, 08 Calderwood, Samuel H. ’33, 1930, 31, 32 Caldwell, Joshua ‘07, 2005, 06, 07 Calenda, Vincent Jr. ’54, 1951, 52, 53 Caliguiri, Michael J. ’69, 1966 Camire, Richard A. ’82, 1978, 79 Campbell, Chester W. ’25, 1922, 23, 24 Campbell, Hugh J. ’84, 1982, 83 Campbell, Shawn G. ’93, 1990, 91, 92 Canary, Ryan ‘09, 2005, 06, 07, 08 Capriotti, Paul V. ’92, 1990, 91 Card, Albert L. ’53, 1950, 51, 52 Card, Donald L. ’49, 1946, 47 Card, Seymour C. Jr. ’51, 1948, 49, 50 Carey, Dennis J. ’68, 1965, 67 Carey, Herbert W. Jr. ’73, 1971, 72 Carleton, John H. ’13, 1911, 12 Carmichael, Robert G. ’58, 1957 Carmichael, Robert G. Jr. ’79, 1977, 78 Carr, Robert V. ‘38, 1934 Carter, Derek A. ’98, 1994, 95, 96, 97 Carter, James M. ’00, 1997, 98, 99 Carville, Linwood L. ’53, 1951, 52 Caselden, Ronald C. ’62, 1958, 59, 60 Cassidy, Gerard S. ’80, 1977 Cassidy, John G. ’81, 1979, 80 Cassista, Achilles J. ’27, 1925, 26 Castor, John R. ’57, 1955, 56 Castro, John P. ’05, 2002 Caswell, Winfield B. ’99, 1898 Cates, David C. ’50, 1948, 49 Cates, Stephen P. ’94, 1991, 92, 93, 94 Cavanaugh, Charles A. ’12, 1907 Cervone, James ’83, 1980 Champeon, Wayne S. ’61, 1958, 59, 60 Chapman, John G. ’49, 1945, 47 Chapman, Wayne B. ’73, 1970 Chapman, William F. ’38, 1935 Chard, William ’63, 1960, 61, 62 Charles, Carlton 2015, 2011 Charles, Raibonne 2011, 2008, 09, 10, 11 Chase, Clifford G. ’04, 1903 Chase, Daniel ’08, 1905, 07 Chase, E. Leith ’26, 1925 Chisholm, John M. ’83, 1982 Christopher, Ben A. ’01, 1997, 98, 99, 00 Cianchette, Clair L. ’46, 1946 Cianchette, Edward J. ’54, 1951, 52, 53 Cipp, Jefferson L. ’96, 1993, 94, 95 Clark, Arthur L. ’50, 1946, 47, 48 Clark, David W. ’94, 1990, 91, 92, 93 Clark, Geoffrey B. ‘95, 1991 Clark, Llewellyn E. ’54, 1952, 53, 54 Clark, Nathaniel ’00, 1999 Clark, Reginald P. ’65, 1962, 63, 64 Clark, Steven R. ’82, 1979

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Clark, Wilkie C. ’00, 1898 Clay, Jamal 2014, 2011 Cleaves, Carl S. ’12, 1909, 11 Clemente, Philip J. Jr. ’59, 1958 Cloutier, Christopher J. ’73, 1971, 72 Cloutier, David L. ’62, 1959, 60, 61 Coady, Donald L. ’21, 1919 Cobb, Frank C. ’11, 1908, 10 Cobb, George L. ’35, 1932, 33, 34 Cobb, Harold V. ’14, 1912, 13 Cobb, William B. ’21, 1920 Coburn, William B. ’97, 1894 Cockayne, Trent ’92, 1988 Coffin, Richard H. ’71, 1968, 69 Coggins, Donald I. ‘33, 1930 Cohen, Harry ’25, 1921 Colasacco, John A. ’86, 1984, 85, 86 Colby, Malcolm O. ’48, 1945 Cole, Clinton L. ’00, 1893, 99 Cole, Daniel W. ’74, 1971, 72 Cole, Henry E. ’02, 1899, 00 Cole, Michael 2014, 2010, 11 Cole, Norman C. ’57, 1954, 55, 56 Cole, William J. ’99, 1996, 97, 98 Cole, Winfield L. ’03, 1899, 00, 01, 03 Coleman, Joseph P. ’89, 1986, 88 Coleman, Keone ’01, 1997 Collette, Myron G. ’36, 1934, 35 Collins, Arthur W. ’05, 1902, 03, 04 Collins, John L. ’70, 1967, 68, 69 Collins, Richard W. ’70, 1969 Colon, J. Emilio ’95, 1991, 92, 93, 94 Coltart, George L. ’29, 1926, 27, 28 Coltin, David H. ’70, 1967, 68, 69 Commissiong, Jeff A. ’95, 1991, 92, 93, 94 Conlogue, Frederick W. ’10, 1909 Conquest, Troy D. ’88, 1986, 87 Constantino, Russell J. ’91, 1987, 88, 89 Cook, Albert F. ’11, 1908, 10 Cook, Edward J. Jr. ’40, 1937, 38, 39 Cook, Horace J. ’10, 1907, 08, 09 Cook, Peter R. ’78, 1976 Cooper, Earle H. ’64, 1961, 62, 63 Cooper, S. Thurlow ’57, 1954, 55, 56 Cooper, Stephen Jr.’03, 1999, 00, 01, 02 Cornacchio, James M. ’76, 1975 Cornacchio, Joseph A. Jr. ’74, 1972, 73 Cosgrove, Jeffrey T. ’89, 1985, 86, 87 Cosgrove, Jack W. ’78, 1973, 75, 76, 77 Cosgrove, Michael E. ’80, 1975, 76, 77, 78 Costello, Steven M. ’88, 1983, 84, 85 Costello, Thomas H. ’73, 1969, 70 Coston, Trevor ‘11, 2008, 09, 10, 11 Cote, Donald E. ’75, 1972, 73, 74 Cote, Ronald R. ’74, 1970, 71, 72 Cotrone, Anthony ‘07, 2004, 05, 06, 07 Coulombe, Philip A. ’50, 1946, 47, 48, 49 Couri, Arthur N. ’20, 1916 Courtney, Horace S. ’20, 1917, 19 Coutts, Mark A. ’86, 1982, 83, 84, 85 Covell, Waldo H. ’55, 1952, 53, 54 Cox, Nicholas 2014, 2011 Cox, Raymond A. ’53, 1950, 51 Crabtree, David H. ’65, 1962 Craig, Francis A. ’33, 1931, 32 Cranch, Richard C. ’42, 1939, 40 Crane, Steven W. ’72, 1969, 70, 71 Crockett, Cyrenius W. ’99, 1895 Crowe, Joseph W. ’05, 1904 Crowell, Harrison P. ’14, 1910 Crowley, Nathaniel J. ’42, 1940, 41 Crowley, Robert P. ’86, 1982, 83, 84 Crozier, Thomas J. A. ’37, 1936 Cue, Jason ’95, 1992 Curran, Marc W. ’93, 1988, 89, 90, 91 Curry, Brendan J. ’03, 1999, 00, 01, 02 Curry, Dale J. ’62, 1959, 60, 61 Curry, William J. ’92, 1989, 90, 91, 92 Curtis, Clifton E. ’31, 1930 Curtis, Fred H. ’15, 1915 Curtis, Philip E. ’40, 1939 Cusano, David M. ’03, 1999, 00, 01, 02 Cusano, Dominic ‘10, 2007, 08 Cutler, James C. Jr. ’60, 1958, 59 Cutshaw, Michael A. ’03, 2000 Cutts, Cecil J. ’25, 1922, 23, 24

Cyr, Roderick J. ’56, 1953, 54 Czech, Kevin E. ’78, 1975, 76 >> DDDDDDDDDD Dadmun, Thomas J. ’95, 1993, 94 Daley, Edward D. ’18, 1915 Daley, William H. ’30, 1929 Dalot, Arthur J. ’97, 1893, 94 Dalrymple, Everett W. ’54, 1951, 52 Dalrymple, Robert A. ’42, 1940, 41 Daly, Stephen J. ’71, 1969 Damon, Dennis S. ’71, 1969, 70 Dashiell, Aaron E. ’00, 1996, 97, 98, 99 Davenport, Jason C. ’88, 1983, 84, 85, 86 Davis, Alfred R. ’02, 1899, 00, 01 Davis, Carleton F. ’34, 1933 Davis, Frizell Jr. ’94, 1990, 91, 92, 93 Davis, George M. ’01, 1898, 99, 00 Davis, John J. ’20, 1917 Davis, Justin M. ’02, 1999, 00, 01 Davis, Ralph L. ’31, 1928, 29, 30 Davis, Thomas ’19, 1916, 17, 18 Day, John H. ’46, 1945 DeGrandpre, Gerard C. Jr. ’60, 1957, 58, 59 DeGregorio, Mark F. ’77, 1973, 74, 75, 76 Delcourt, Ben ‘11, 2008, 09 DelRosso, Jeffrey D. ’91, 1988, 89, 90, 91 Delucca, Darrell A. ’90, 1987, 88 Deluga, Chester J. ’86, 1981, 82, 83 Demaray, Shawn ‘07, 2005, 06, 07 Denbow, Carroll E. ’58, 1955, 56, 57 Denino, Michael S. ’89, 1986, 87, 88, 89 Dennis, Donte ‘12, 2008, 09 Dennis, Robert F. ’50, 1948 Densmore, Joel Y. ’62, 1960, 61 Derby, Frank H. ’11, 1910 Derrah, Donald W. ’64, 1962, 63 Desmarais, Paul A. ’78, 1975, 76, 77 Desroches, Donald M. ’62, 1959 DeVarney, Richard W. ’66, 1963, 64, 65 DeVinney, Chris ’05, 2001, 02 DeVito, Michael R., ‘06, 2003, 04, 05, 06 DiBiase, Anthony J. ’76, 1972 DiBiase, Matthew A. ’04, 2001, 02 Dickey, Emery S. ’28, 1925 Dickson, Thomas L. ’27, 1925, 26 DiGeronimo, Thomas ’87, 1983, 84, 85, 86 DiGravio, Daniel ’91, 1989, 90 Dioszeghy, Thomas J. ’88, 1985, 86 DiPaolo, Nicholas R. ’84, 1982, 83 DiPietro, Rudy ’77, 1973, 74, 75, 76 Dodge, Evign D. ’06, 2002, 03, 04 Doerr, Albert ’26, 1922 Doherty, Albert V. ’36, 1934, 35 Dolan, Frederick T. ’53, 1951, 52 Dombkowski, Henry J. ’49, 1946, 47, 48 Donahue, Norman S. ’15, 1912, 13, 14 Donahue, Patrick L. ’76, 1973 Donahue, Richard W. ’92, 1990, 91, 92 Donahue, Stephen M. ’86, 1984, 85, 86 Donnelly, Robert J., ‘07, 2005, 06, 07 Donovan, Michael J. ’03, 1999, 00 Donovan, Wallace T. ’28, 1927 Doody, Ronald A. ’86, 1983, 84, 85 Doppler, Justin D. ’00, 1997, 98, 99 Dore, Maurice R. ’60, 1958, 59 Dorsey, Douglas A. ’89, 1985, 86, 87, 88 Dorismond, Bruno ‘07, 2004, 05, 06, 07 Dorticos, Carlos ’03, 1899, 00, 01, 02 Dottin-Carter, Dennis A. ’03, 2000, 01, 02, 03 Doughty, Brian D. ’98, 1994 Douglas, Donald E. ’57, 1953, 54, 55 Douglas, Earl G. ‘41, 1938 Dow, Gary A. ’76, 1974, 75 Dow, James F. ’37, 1934, 35, 36 Dowd, Sean ’91, 1990, 91 Downey, Andrew ‘09, 2005, 06, 07, 08 Downey, Matthew J. ’83, 1979, 80, 81, 82 Downing, Herbert P. ’06, 1903, 04 Doyle, Dennis M. ’67, 1964, 65, 66 Dranpaniotis, John C. ’81, 1977 Drew, Dana E. ’39, 1937, 38 Drisko, Richard L. ’61, 1958, 59, 60 Dube, Marc P. ’92, 1989, 90, 91 Duddy, Robert H. ’51, 1948 Dudley, John L. ’61, 1961

letterwinners Duffy, James J. Jr. ’56, 1953, 54, 55 Dugan, John H. ’70, 1967, 68, 69 Dulac, George P. ’70, 1967, 68, 69 Dumont, James ’77, 1973, 74, 75, 76 Dumont, John E. ’76, 1973, 74, 75 Dumont, Joseph E. ’63, 1960 Duncan, Lindsay ’97, 1893, 95 Dunn, Gerald C. ’23, 1921 Dunne, Charles E. ‘39, 1936, 37 Dupill, Robert E. Jr. ’74, 1971, 72, 73 Dupree, Mark ’91, 1989, 90 Duran, David R. ’12, 1908 Duren, Harry E. ’02, 1900, 01 Durgin, Rodney W. ’65, 1963, 64 Durham, Leroy T. ’94, 1893 Durr, Jeffrey P. ’87, 1983, 84, 86 Dutton, Robert C. ’45, 1946 Dwelley, Linwood L. ’25, 1921, 22, 23, 24 Dyer, Harold J. ‘39, 1938, 39 Dyer, Richard C. ’40, 1938, 39 Dyer, Thomas A. ’69, 1967 >> EEEEEEEEEE Eales, Frank H. ’13, 1909 Earley, Charles D. ’55, 1952, 53, 54 Eastman, Thomas F. ‘04, 1900 Eastman, Troy 2014, 2011 Eastman, Tyler ‘09, 2006, 08, 09 Easton, Harry M. III ’52, 1949, 50, 51 Eaton, Christopher C. ’71, 1968, 69, 70 Eaton, Jacob R. ’03, 1999, 00, 01, 02 Ebeling, John 2014, 2011 Eberbach, Charles W. ’59, 1957, 58 Edelstein, Albert N. ’43, 1940, 41, 42 Edelstein, Michael D. ’82, 1978, 79 Edgar, John B. Jr. ’57, 1954, 55, 56 Edith, Anthony ’84, 1981 Edwardson, Christian F. ’76, 1973, 74, 75 Ehrlich, Robert M. ‘53, 1950 Elliot, James E. ’31, 1928, 29 Elliott, Allen E. ’09, 1905 Elliott, Roderick R. ’38, 1935, 36, 37 Elliott, Wallace H. ’26, 1924, 25 Elliott, Wesley C. ’02, 1897, 00, 01 Elliott, Wilmer R. ’25, 1922, 23, 24 Ellis, Andrew T. ’83, 1979 Ellis, David ’02, 2001 Ellis, Duane E. ’87, 1983, 84 Ellis, Roger C. ’60, 1957, 58, 59 Ellis, Walter L. ’98, 1895, 96, 97 Ellison, Thomas G. ’84, 1981, 82 Elwell, Todd C. ’01, 1997, 98, 99, 00 Emerson, Dennis P. ’80, 1975, 76 Emerson, Robert E. ’45, 1942, 46, 47 Emery, Henry A. Jr. ’50, 1948 Emery, Newell W. ’50, 1948 Emmons, Stephen H. ‘53, 1950 Endieveri, S. Scott ’91, 1988 English, Royston D. ’02, 1998, 99, 00, 01 English, Wesley J. ’57, 1956 Enslen, Kristopher ‘12, 2009 Eretzian, David J. ’72, 1971 Erickson, Scott H. ’77, 1973 Ervin, Levi ‘10, 2007, 08, 09 Estey, Richard S. ’75, 1973 Estey, Robert J. ’78, 1973 4FFFFFFFFFF Fahlgren, John I. ’67, 1965, 66 Falvey, Jeffrey ‘12, 2009 Fairfield, Edward H. ’66, 1964 Fanjoy, Robert D. ’74, 1971, 72, 73 Farkes, Adam ‘08, 2007, 08 Farley, James F. ’84, 1980, 81, 82, 83 Farnham, Charles H. ’97, 1893, 94 Farrell, Robert S. ’69, 1967, 68 Farwell, Howard L. ’09, 1905, 06 Faulkner, Richard D. ’71, 1969, 70, 71 Favor, Donald E. ’34, 1931, 32, 33 Fecteau, Clinton N. Jr. ’50, 1948 Fedroff, Timothy J. ’81, 1977, 78 Fein, Mickey D. ’99, 1995, 96, 97, 98 Fellows, Bennett, ’05, 2001 (mgr.) Fellows, Christopher M. Jr. ’98, 1994 Ferran, Andrew J. ’98, 1995, 97 Ferrari, Philip B. ’83, 1978, 79, 80, 81

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Ferretti, Raymond A. ’82, 1979, 80 Fersner, Kenneth ‘09, 2005, 06, 07, 08 Fichthorn, Ross H. II ’95, 1992, 93, 94, 95 Fickett, Lester C. ’32, 1929, 30, 31 Files, Harry P. ’35, 1933 Filloramo, John N. ’74, 1970 Fish, Lincoln D. ’38, 1936, 37 Fitanides, Fred A. ’51, 1950 Fitzgerald, Carl E. ’68, 1966, 67 Fitzgerald, James M. ’70, 1968, 69 Flaherty, Richard P. ’65, 1962, 63, 64 Flanders, Frank L. ’05, 1904 Flanders, Richard S. ’79, 1976, 77, 78 Fluellen, Jhamal ‘09, 2006, 07, 08 Flynn, Michael P. ’97, 1993, 94, 95, 96 Fogler, John P. ’50, 1948, 49 Fogler, Thomas K. ’53, 1950 Foley, Frank M. ’85, 1984, 85 Foley, Kevin F. ’74, 1972, 73 Foley, Thomas D. ’96, 1992, 93 Folz, Jacob ‘08, 2006, 2007 Footman, Harold R. ’52, 1949 Forbes, Clinton F. ’06, 1905 Ford, Keith ’05, 2001 Forman, Jamaal ‘07, 2004, 05, 06, 07 Fort, Daryl L. ’92, 1991 Foster, John R. ’25, 1923, 24 Foster, Kenneth C. ‘34, 1931 Fox, James T. ’88, 1985, 86, 87 Frame, George M. ’36, 1934, 35 Fraser, James A. H. ’62, 1960, 61 Fraser, Oren ’26, 1924, 25 Fraza, George L. ’72, 1971, 72 Frazier, Donald E. ’33, 1932 French, Frank A. ’17, 1916 French, Joseph E. ’01, 1897 Fringer, Robert C. ‘55, 1952 Fuller, E. Paul ’92, 1989, 90, 91, 92 Furey, John G. ’19, 1916 Furlong, Charles R. Jr. ’54, 1951, 52, 53 Furman, John R. Jr. ’65, 1962, 63 Fusco, Dante ’05, 2001, 02, 03

>> GGGGGGGGGG Gaine, Brian W. ’95, 1992, 93, 94, 95 Gakos, Jeff 2014, 2010, 11 Galiza, Lawrence J. ’86, 1982 Gallant, Jon R. ’99, 1995, 96, 97, 98 Gallant, Lance A. ’69, 1967, 68 Gangi, Stephen J. ’99, 1995, 96, 97, 98 Garabedian, Aram G. ’57, 1954, 55, 56 Garcia, Michael J. ’86, 1982, 84 Gardiner, Leroy W. ’10, 1908 Gardiner, Richard C. ’54, 1948 Gardner, Charles S. ’41, 1939, 40 Garlic, Maurice A. ’06, 2002, 03 Garneau, Lucien R. ’54, 1951, 52, 53 Gaspard, Craig ’77, 1973, 74, 75 Gautier, Jonathan A. ’97, 1994, 95, 96, 97 Gay, Thomas E. ’25, 1923 Gelsomino, John E. ’03, 1999, 00, 01, 02 Geneva, Maurice L. ’43, 1941, 42 Genge, Clarence K. ’41, 1938, 39 Gentile, Michael C. ’24, 1923 Gerber, Michael C. ’81, 1976, 77, 78 Gerrish, Harold A. ’40, 1937, 38, 39 Gervais, Andrew ’02, 1999, 00 Getchell, Edward L. ’14, 1913 Gevinski, Steven ’93, 1989 Gibson, John S. ’90, 1986, 87, 88, 89 Gilbert, Charles E. ’94, 1893 Gilbert, Ernest J. ’70, 1968, 69 Gilley, Frank P. ‘44, 1941 Gillick, Garrett K. ’00, 1996, 97, 98, 99 Gilman, Clarence R. ‘43, 1942 Gilman, John A. ’00, 1896 Gillmann, Christopher ’87, 1983, 84, 85, 86 Ginsberg, George S. ’21, 1917, 18, 19, 20 Giordano, Stephen A. ’79, 1976, 78 Girard, Daniel C. ’93, 1989, 90, 91, 92 Givans, Vinson ‘12, 2008, 09, 10, 11 Gleason, Wallace F. Jr. ’38, 1935, 36, 37 Glebus, Martin R. ’87, 1986 Golden, Thomas W. ’55, 1952, 53, 54 Golobski, Bruno ’36, 1934, 35 Gomes, Jarrod B. ’04, 2000, 01, 02, 05

Gomes, Stefan S. ’04, 2000, 01, 02 Gonet, Edward J. ’75, 1973, 74 Gonya, Peter M. ’82, 1979 Goodchild, James C. ’43, 1941, 42 Goodman, John U. ’58, 1957 Goodspeed, David R. ’72, 1969, 70, 71 Goodwin, Harlen F. ’46, 1947 Goodwin, James W. ’49, 1946, 47 Gordon, Arel K. ‘06, 2003, 04, 05, 06 Gordon, Christopher M. ’85, 1984 Gordon, J. Daniel ’89, 1984, 87, 88 Gordon, Sherwood F. ’48, 1942, 46, 47 Goree, Devon J. ’04, 2000, 01, 02, 04 Gorham, Frank E. ’97, 1894 Gorham, William J. ’17, 1914, 15, 16 Gorman, Thomas D. ’85, 1983 Gowans, Horace P. ’31, 1929 Gowell, Earle R. ’30, 1928, 29 Gowell, John R. ’38, 1937 Goyins, Alexander K. ‘06, 2003, 04, 05, 06 Graham, Benjamin F. Jr. ’43, 1942 Grant, George C. ’41, 1938, 39, 40 Grant, Richard G. ’79, 1978, 79 Gravelle, Stephen L. ’69, 1966, 67 Gray, Lyman S. ’29, 1927, 28 Gray, Michael ’94, 1990 Greeley, Julian F. ’18, 1915 Greeley, Stuart F. ’75, 1973, 74 Greene, John C. ’19, 1915, 19 Greener, Barry D. ’71, 1970 Gribbin, Matthew F. ’01, 1997, 98, 99 Grier, Bryan ‘08, 2004, 05, 06, 07 Griffin, Francis J. ’69, 1966, 67, 68 Griffin, Warren ’56, 1953, 54, 55 Grove, William M. ’55, 1951, 52 Grover, Archer L. ’99, 1898 Grover, Keith, L. ’43, 1941, 42 Groves, Gary T. ’86, 1982, 83, 84, 85 Gruhn, George H. ’25, 1921, 22, 23, 24 Gsell, Christopher J. ’86, 1984, 85 Guernsey, Edward F. Jr. ’55, 1952, 53 Guions, Fred ’94, 1992, 93 Gulliver, James L. ’15, 1911, 12, 13, 14 >> HHHHHHHHHH Hadley, Alton L. III ’63, 1960, 61, 62 Hadlock, George H. ’03, 1899, 00 Hagopian, Martin ’46, 1946 Haley, Michael H. ’65, 1962, 63, 64 Hall, Alphonso Jr. ’95, 1992, 93, 95 Hall, Amos B. ’03, 1999, 00, 01, 02 Hall, David T. ’49, 1947 Hall, Derrick L. ‘07, 2003 Hall, Walter J. Jr. ’74, 1972, 73 Hallsey, Harry F. ‘50, 1948 Ham, Miles F. ’20, 1918, 19 Ham, Ralph C. ’52, 1951 Hamilton, Percy S. Jr. ’52, 1950 Hamilton, Robert S. ’71, 1968, 69, 70 Hamlin, Joseph H. ’38, 1934, 36, 37 Hamm, Philip W. ’09, 1908 Hammond, Avery C. ’11, 1907, 08 Hammond, Matthew S. ’03, 2000, 01, 02, 03 Hanscom, Alan D. ’75, 1973, 74 Hanson, Dale E. ’62, 1959, 60, 61 Harding, David R. ’43, 1941 Harding, Theodore P. ’38, 1935 Harding, William R. ’43, 1941 Harlow, Charles W. ’65, 1962, 63, 64 Harlow, Stephen G. ’75, 1973, 74 Harmon, Ralph C. ’09, 1908 Harner, Frederick C. ’93, 1990, 91, 92, 93 Harney, Charles W. ’70, 1967 Harney, Francis L. III ’66, 1963, 64, 65 Harnum, David K. ’66, 1963, 64, 65 Harnum, Donald J. ’62, 1959, 60, 61 Harriman, Leon C. ’65, 1963 Harrington, Joseph L. ’40, 1938, 39 Harris, Derrick ‘10, 2007, 08, 09 Harris, James W. ’41, 1939, 40 Harris, Liston L. ’03, 1899 Harris, Lorenzo S. III ’94, 1990, 91, 92 Harris, Louis T. ’40, 1939 Harris, Terence D. ’02, 1998, 99 Harris, Troy ‘09, 2006, 2007, 08, 09 Harrison, David B. ’79, 1976, 77, 78

Hartman, Harry R. ’28, 1927 Harvey, Brian ‘12, 2008, 09, 11 Harvey, Leroy H. ’01, 1899, 00 Harvey, Michael A. ’00, 1996, 97, 98, 99 Harvey, Reed D. ’23, 1919 Hastings, Henry S. ’73, 1970, 71 Hatch, Howard A. ’00, 1896, 98, 99 Hawkes, Bryan E. ’97, 1994, 95, 96, 97 Hay, Robert B. ’43, 1942 Hayden, Malcom S. ‘49, 1948 Hayes, Chad W. ’02, 1998, 99, 00, 01 Hayes, Gordon S. ’32, 1931 Hayes, James M. ’72, 1969, 70, 71 Hayes, Richard E. ’38, 1937 Hayes, Robert E. ’73, 1970, 71, 72 Haynes, Whitcomb ’28, 1927 Heath, Stanley ’97, 1894 Hebert, Hector A. ’30, 1929 Hebra, Sergio Jr. ’88, 1984, 85, 86, 87 Heidt, Douglas C. ’80, 1977, 78, 79 Henderson, Douglas S. ’97, 1996, 97 Henderson, Jermaine ‘10, 2007, 09 Henderson, Leroy W. ’48, 1945 Henry, James A. ’05, 2001, 02, 03, 04 Henry, Kenneth D. ‘07, 2003, 04, 06 Herbine, Andrew J. ’00, 1999 Hersey, Thomas M. ’34, 1931, 32 Hersom, James A. ’82, 1981, 82 Hersom, John B. ’83, 1979, 80, 81 Hersom, Lawrence R. ’51, 1950 Hevesy, John J. ’94, 1991, 92, 93 Hewes, Richard D. ’50, 1948, 49 Hewins, Walter C. ’52, 1950, 51 Hews, Charles E. ’69, 1968 Heywood, Heywood H. ’96, 1893 Hicks, Anthony ‘07, 2004, 05 Hickson, Paul E. ’30, 1928 Higgins, Clyde E. ’36, 1933, 34, 35 Higgins, David R. III ’80, 1977, 78, 79 Higgins, Harrison P. ’09, 1905, 06, 07 Higgins, Royal G. Jr. ’17, 1915 Hill, Kyle D. ’00, 1997, 98 Hill, Richard L. ’34, 1933 Hiller, Howard B. ’17, 1916 Hilton, William ’11, 1910 Hincks, Maynard A. ’32, 1931 Hinds, James R. ’86, 1983, 84, 85 Hinds, Walter C. Jr. ‘47, 1947, 48 Hirst, Walter F. ’66, 1963, 64, 65 Hochadel, Joseph M. ’70, 1967, 68, 69 Hodge, Gerald F. ’53, 1950, 51, 52 Hodges, Michael L. ’67, 1965, 66 Hodgins, Robert L. ’09, 1906 Hodgkins, John E. ’84, 1981, 82, 83 Hodgson, J. Michael ’82, 1976, 77, 78 Holliday, David ’92, 1988 Holyoke, Donald B. ’41, 1940 Honer, Carl N. ’35, 1933, 34 Hood, David 2015, 2011 Hood, William J. Jr. ’78, 1974, 75, 76, 77 Horn, Floyd P. ’65, 1963, 64 Horne, Cecil W. ’31, 1928, 29, 30 Hosmer, George L. ’12, 1909 Hostetter, Raymond E. Jr. ’57, 1954, 55, 56 Hough, Scott F. ’90, 1986, 87, 88, 89 Houghton, Arthur C. ’11, 1907 Houle, James ’63, 1962 Howley, Chris 2013, 2009, 10, 11 Hoyt, David W. ’23, 1922 Huard, John R. ’67, 1964, 65, 66 Hufnagle, Gary M. ’86, 1981, 82, 83, 84 Hughes, Paul M. ’85, 1983, 84 Hunter, W. Calvin III ’03, 2000 Huot, Laurence H. ’32, 1930 Hurd, Robert L. ’65, 1963, 64 Hussey, Gorham W. ‘54, 1951 Hussey, James M. ’81, 1977, 79 Hussey, Philip R. ’12, 1911 Hussey, Robert S. ’38, 1937 Hussey, Wayne B. ’21, 1915, 16, 19, 20 Hussey, William F. ’01, 1897 Hutchings, Leslie M. ’37, 1935, 36 Hutchins, Randell E. ’89, 1987 Hutchinson, Alfred ’44, 1941, 42, 46 >> IIIIIIIIII

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letterwinners Ibraham, Michael ’84, 1980, 81, 82, 83 Ingalls, David G. ’88, 1983, 85, 86, 87 Inman, Dale R. ’70, 1967, 68, 69 Irvine, William L. ’42, 1940, 41 Irzyk, Robert J. ’92, 1988, 90 Iverson, Erik ’05, 2001 Iwaszko, Robert M. ’71, 1970, 71 >> JJJJJJJJJJ Jacarz, Edward R. ’93, 1989 Jack, Philip C. ’99, 1895 Jackson, Anthony E. ’93, 1991, 92, 93 Jackson, Chris ‘06, 2004 Jackson, Nolan B. ’37, 1935, 36 Jackson, Ralph C. ’26, 1923 Jagoutz, Richard S. ’74, 1972, 73 Jagoutz, Todd D. ’01, 1997, 98, 99, 00 James, Darlos ‘12, 2009, 10, 11 James, Kendall 2014, 2011 James, A. Keith ’88, 1986, 87, 88 James, Henry A. ’71, 1968, 69, 70 Jameson, Robert A. ’97, 1993, 94, 95, 96 Jasionis, John P. ’32, 1929 Jenkins, Howard L. ’17, 1916 Jenoski, Michael E. ’82, 1979, 81, 82 John, Walter F. ’53, 1951 Johnson, Bertrand R. ’98, 1895, 96 Johnson, Chester C. ’10, 1909 Johnson, David L. ’88, 1984 Johnson, Herbert H. ’42, 1940, 41 Johnson, Lloyd G. ’99, 1995 Johnson, Stanley F. ’41, 1938, 39 Johnson, William H. ’70, 1968, 69 Joly, John M. ’77, 1975, 76 Jones, Daniel T. ’92, 1989, 90, 91, 92 Jones, Francis C. ’38, 1935, 36 Jones, Howard N. ’18, 1917 Jones, Lawrence S. Jr. ’94, 1990, 91, 92, 93 Jones, Philip ’63, 1962 Jones, Samuel E. ’19, 1915 Jones, Samuel E. Jr. ‘50, 1946 Jones, Tyrell ‘10, 2007, 08, 09 Jones, Steven P. ’75, 1972, 73, 74 Jordan, Fred T. ’22, 1921 Jordan, Leonard B. ’24, 1923 Jordan, Thomas A. ’70, 1967, 68, 69 Jordan, Wesley D. ’62, 1961 Joseph, David A. ’64, 1962, 63 Joslyn, Daniel A. ’04, 2000, 01, 02, 03 Jowett, Robert F. ’85, 1981, 82, 83, 84 Judd, Morris H. ’34, 1933 Judge, Charles F. ’75, 1973 Judge, Thomas F. ’00, 1898 >> KKKKKKKKKK Kalman, Keith A. ’68, 1965, 66, 67 Kane, Warren S. ’33, 1932 Kasmer, Charles N. ’89, 1985, 86, 87, 88 Kasmer, Charles W. ’55, 1952, 53 Keahon, Thomas N. ’80, 1977, 78 Keany, Paul A. ’67, 1964, 65, 66 Keating, Christopher P. ’79, 1975, 76, 77, 78 Keating, Conor ‘11, 2008, 09 Keating, Stephen J. ’83, 1979, 80, 81, 82 Keating, Thomas D. ’72, 1970, 71 Keefe, James D. ’86, 1982, 83, 84, 85 Keegan, William C. ’94, 1989, 90, 91, 92 Keenan, Peter C. ’78, 1975, 76, 77 Keene, Brentley D. ’65, 1962, 63, 64 Kehoe, Kevin W. ’89, 1986 Kelleher, Neil P. ’85, 1980 Keller, Percy R. ’01, 1900 Kelly, Gregory M. ’95, 1992, 93, 94 Kelly, Joseph E. ’78, 1975, 76, 77, 78 Kelley, Jeremy ‘10, 2007, 08, 09 Kenaley, Shawn C. ’00, 1998 Kendrigan, John T. ’08, 1907 Kennedy, Chester N. ‘50, 1948 Kennedy, Theodore D. ’82, 1979, 80 Kenney, Patrick J. ’04, 2000 Keohane, Daniel B. ’76, 1973, 74, 75 Kerry, David T. ’61, 1958 Kiefer, Kash ‘09, 2006, 2007, 08 Kierstead, Robert B. ’03, 1999, 00, 01, 02 Kilbrith, Wesley H. ’62, 1954 Kiley, Edward H. ’62, 1961

Kimball, John H. ’70, 1969 King, James P. ’11, 1907, 08, 10 King, John E. ’81, 1977, 78 King, Joseph E. ‘44, 1941, 46 King, Matt L. ‘06, 2003, 04, 05, 06 Kinghorn, Robert C. ’41, 1940 Kinney, Richard A. ’62, 1958, 60, 61 Kirk, George E. ’16, 1914, 15 Kiszonak, Amel F. ’32, 1931 Kmety, John P. ’04, 2000, 01 Knight, Frank A. ’80, 1978 Knight, Steven J. ’94, 1991, 92, 93, 94 Knowles, Allen M. ’04, 1903 Knox, Jefffrey A. ’90, 1986, 87, 88 Knox, Justin A. ’05, 2003, 04, 05 Knudsen, Adam M. ’92, 1990, 92 Kocsmiersky, Robert L. ’66, 1964, 65 Koeppel, Seth H. ’89, 1987, 88 Koris, Frank J. ’45, 1942 Korobkin, Leonard R. ’47, 1945 Kostacopoulos, Peter ’57, 1954, 55, 56 Kreppein, Robert U. ’87, 1985, 86 Kriger, Lewis H. ’16, 1913, 14, 15 Kuhn, Mike ‘12, 2008, 09, 11 >> LLLLLLLLLL Labat, Pierre D. ’62, 1960 Labenski, Thomas R., ‘06, 2003 Laberge, Robert L. Jr. ’79, 1978 LaBonte, Richard ’85, 1981, 82, 83, 84 Ladd, Patrick N. ’72, 1969, 70, 71 Lahait, David C. ’64, 1963 Lamb, Norton H. ’31, 1930 Lamborghini, William J. ’74, 1972, 73 Lamont, Thomas W. ’83, 1979, 81 Lamoreau, Paul D. ’27, 1924, 25, 26 Lancaster, Virgil M. ’29, 1928 Landers, Andrew M. ’81, 1978, 79, 80 Landry, Michael N. ’71, 1968, 69, 70 Lane, Arnold C. ’40, 1938, 39 Lane, Stuart P. ’37, 1936 Lanza, Anthony F. ’89, 1985, 86, 87, 88 Lanza, Ronald A. ’66, 1963, 65 Lapham, Roger E. ’79, 1979 Lapiana, John F. ’91, 1987, 88, 89 Laplante, John R. ’29, 1928, 29 Lapointe, Stanley R. ’78, 1975, 76, 77 Largay, Richard J. ’51, 1949, 50 Larochelle, Marc J. ’73, 1972 Lavorgna, Michael L. ’27, 1925, 26 Lawrence, George W. ’98, 1895, 96, 97 Lawson, Clinton P. ’90, 1987 Lazarski, Benjamin ’05, 2001, 02, 04, 05 Lazo, Fred T. ’04, 2002, 2003 Leadbetter, Richard A. ’61, 1958, 59, 60 Leadbetter, W. Thomas ’58, 1955, 56 Learned, Frank E. ’05, 1902, 03, 04 Leathe, Stephen A. ’75, 1972, 73, 74 Leavette, George G. ’97, 1894 LeBlanc, Peter W. ’00, 1996, 97, 98, 99 Leconte, Michael ’04, 2001, 02, 03, 04 Ledbetter, R. Don ’94, 1992, 93, 94 Lee, Eric ‘10, 2008, 09 Lee, Walter A. III ’70, 1967, 68, 69 Leek, Spencer S. ’41, 1939 Lees, Harry T. ’38, 1935, 36, 37 Leggett, Jackson S. ’77, 1974, 75, 76 Leggett, Leslie R. ’51, 1948, 49, 50 Legree, Christopher G. ’05, 2002, 03, 04, 05 L’Heureux, Marc R. ’88, 1983, 85 Lehner, Mark A. ’05, 2002, 03, 04 Leighton, Edward R. ’00, 1998, 99 Lemay, Richard W. ’49, 1945 Lentz, Douglas N. ’74, 1971 Leonard, Richard J. ’82, 1977, 79 Leone, John R. ’85, 1981, 82, 83, 84 Leone, Joseph V. ’72, 1969, 70 LeRoy, William S. ’80, 1975, 76, 77, 78 Lester, Donald L. ’32, 1931 LeVasseur, Joseph E. ’72, 1970, 71, 72 Lewis, Herbert W. ’33, 1930, 31, 32 Lewis, John E. ’99, 1995, 96, 97, 98 Lewis, Mark ’90, 1987, 88 Libby, Albion D. T. ’98, 1895, 96, 97 Libby, Haddon B. ’61, 1958, 59, 60 Libby, James N. ’06, 1902

Libby, John W. ’66, 1965 Linkletter, Robert E. ’80, 1976, 79 Linnehan, Francis J. Jr. ’48, 1945 Lipinski, Joseph S. ’80, 1976, 77, 78, 79 Lippard, David ’63, 1962 Little, Richard C. ’71, 1968, 69, 70 Littlefield, George T. ’26, 1923, 24 Littlehale, Robert L. ’36, 1933, 34, 35 Locicero, Angelo M. ’56, 1953, 54 Lockett, Kyle A. ‘06, 2003 Lonardo, Frederick J. ’84, 1982 Long, B. Michael ’97, 1994, 95, 97 Long, Eugene A. ’45, 1944 Lonngren, Steven J. ’79, 1977, 78 Lopes, William M. Jr. ’74, 1971, 72, 73 Loranger, Charles A. ’50, 1947, 48 Loranger, Donald G. ’72, 1966, 67, 68 Lord, Leonard ’23, 1920, 21, 22 Lord, Reginald G. ’50, 1947, 48, 49 Loughlin, Thomas J. Jr. ’85, 1979, 80, 81 Lovejoy, Fred J. ’67, 1964, 65 Lucy, James C. ’90, 1986, 87, 88, 89 Lucy, Robert J. ’83, 1980, 81, 82 Lufkin, Arthur R. Jr. ’32, 1929, 30 Lugo, Vesnier A. ’99, 1995, 96, 97, 99 Luke, Steven D. ’90, 1987, 88 Lunge, Raymond F. ’25, 1919, 21, 22, 23 Lyford, Laurence W. ’45, 1942 Lynch, John B. ’29, 1927, 28 Lyonnais, Dennis P. ’73, 1971 >> MMMMMMMMMM Maasen, John H. Jr. ’41, 1938 MacBride, M. Milton ’35, 1933, 34 MacDonald, Thomas ’49, 1946 MacDonnell, Paul J. ‘36, 1932, 33 MacKinnon, Ewen I. S. ’61, 1958, 59, 60 MacKissock, Marc T. ’96, 1994, 95 MacNeil, George A. ’14, 1910, 11 Madden, Patrick F. ’81, 1978, 79, 80 Maddock, Stanley B. ’71, 1969, 70, 71 Magliaro, Zack A. ’02, 1998, 99, 00, 01 Maher, Frederick R. ’55, 1952, 53, 54 Mallet, Alfred P. ’39, 1936, 37, 38 Malnak, Alan B. Jr. ’76, 1973, 74 Maloney, Daniel C. ’85, 1981, 82, 83, 84 Mangiarelli, Michael 2014, 2010, 11 Mann, Brian G. ’03, 2000, 01, 02, 03 Manson, Edward A. Jr. ’59, 1957, 58 Marchildon, Robert T. Jr. ’72, 1969, 70 Marden, Harold C. Jr. ’51, 1949, 50 Marden, Kenneth A. ‘50, 1948 Marquis, Alfred C. ’75, 1972, 73, 74 Marquis, John J. ’80, 1977, 78 Marsanskis, George G. ’48, 1945, 46, 47 Marsh, Eric ’97, 1994, 95, 96 Marshall, Stephen S. Jr. ‘35, 1934 Marsilio, Joseph A. ’94, 1993, 94 Martin, Alphege J. ‘58, 1954, 57 Martin, William H. ’15, 1912, 13, 14 Martinez, Derek ’04, 2001, 02, 03 Mason, Alvin A. ’51, 1950 Masterson Jr., Mark ‘10, 2006, 2007, 08 Maury, Mitchell T. ’97, 1993, 94, 95, 96 Mawson, Joseph C. ’55, 1952 Mayo, Donald B. ‘38, 1937 McAlary, Francis J. ’36, 1935 McAniff, Todd M. ’87, 1982, 83, 84, 85 McBrady, James A. ’50, 1947, 48 McBride, John J. ’75, 1972, 73, 74 McCabe, Francis J. ’32, 1931 McCall, Julian ‘12, 2009 McCann, John W. ’54, 1951, 52, 53 McCarthy, Patrick E. ’02, 1899, 00 McCleish, Lance ’93, 1989 McClung, Daniel L. ’86, 1981, 82, 83 McConnell, Robert K. ’73, 1970, 71, 72 McCormack, James M. ’90, 1986 McCormick, Richard ’78, 1974, 75, 76, 77 McCourt, Paul J. L. ’58, 1957 McCoy, Kevin G. ’91, 1988, 89, 90, 91 McCrossan, Patrick ‘07, 2004, 05, 06, 07 McCrossan, Ryan ‘10, 2007, 08, 09 McCue, Steven M. ’82, 1978, 79, 80, 81 McDermott, Edward J. ’50, 1946, 47, 48 McDonald, Charles E. ’68, 1965, 66, 67

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McDonald, George A. ’96, 1993, 94, 95, 96 McDonald, Joseph R. ’87, 1984, 85, 86 McDonald, Maurice ‘12, 2009, 10, 11 McGee, Richard J. ’54, 1951, 52, 53 McGeoghan, Philip P. ’01, 1998, 99, 00 McGonagle, John W. ’64, 1963 McGowan, Brandon ’05, 2001, 02, 03, 04 McGrath, John J. ’85, 1981, 82, 83, 84 McGuire, John E. ‘53, 1950 McHale, Martin J. ’11, 1908, 09 McIntire, Clarence E. ’44, 1941, 42 McKechnie, Ishmael ’23, 1921, 22 McLaughlin, Brandon ‘10, 2006, 2007, 08, 09 McLaughlin, Christopher G. ’01, 1999, 00 McMahan, Kevin N. ’06, 2002, 03, 04, 05 McMillian, Jerron ‘11, 2008, 09, 10, 11 McNeill, Devin ‘10, 2006 McRae, Lincoln E. IV ’95, 1992 Mealey, Michael D. ’74, 1973 Means, Melbourne F. ’33, 1930, 31, 32 Meczywor, Jonathan ’04, 2001, 02, 03 Meehan, James L. ‘46, 1942 Meehan, Thomas P. ’62, 1954 Mellow, Andrew J. ’74, 1971, 72, 73 Mellow, Michael G. ’05, 2001, 02, 03, 04 Memmo, Paul J. ’83, 1980, 81 Merrifield, Roland E. ’57, 1954, 55 Merrill, Carl H. ’66, 1963, 64 Merrill, Julian H. ’24, 1923 Merrill, Wayne H. ’39,1936, 37 Merritt, Alan F. ’58, 1957 Merritt, Carleton W. ’24, 1921, 22, 23 Metcalf, Donald C. ’10, 1906 Michael, Jerrold J. ’58, 1957 Mikell, Gregory A. ’94, 1991, 92, 93, 94 Miles, Arthur L. ’61, 1958, 59, 60 Miles, Roger V. ’57, 1952, 54, 55 Miller, Albert J. ’48, 1945 Miner, Henry L. ’08, 1905, 06, 07 Mininni, Hormidas A. ’45, 1942 Miniutti, Firovanti O. ’29, 1926, 27 Miniutti, John J. ’37, 1936 Minor, Paris M. ’03, 2000, 01, 02 Misiaszek, Paul ’84, 1983 Missbrenner, Michael H. ’96, 1993, 94, 95 Mochi, Jason ’92, 1989 Modeen, William R. ’78, 1977 Momah, Onyi ’05, 2001, 02, 03 Monohon, P. Jordan ’41, 1938, 39 Moody, Clyde G. ‘06, 2003 Moore, Charles D. C. ’07, 1904, 05 Moran, John W. ’30, 1928, 29, 30 Moran, Mike ‘08, 2004 Morin, John B. Jr. ’80, 1978, 79 Morey, Robert L. Jr. ‘43, 1940 Morrill, George F. ’45, 1946 Morrill, Richard A. ’44, 1941, 42 Morrison, Jon Y. ’89, 1987, 88 Morris, Gloria A. ’79, 1976, 77 Morse, Bruce L. ’70, 1969 Morse, Gerald E. ’51, 1948, 50 Morse, James L. ’18, 1917 Mosher, Arthur L. ’62, 1960, 61 Mottola, Jeffrey A. ’93, 1990, 91 Moulton, Parker N. ’17, 1914, 15, 16 Moulton, Robert H. ’48, 1942 Moulton, Vernon L. ’58, 1955, 56, 57 Moyer, Harrison L. ’30, 1928 Muise, Russell A. ’84, 1980, 82, 83 Mulfur, Edward F. ’74, 1973 Mulligan, Matthew ‘08, 2006, 2007 Mulvaney, Arthur D. ’22, 1920, 21 Munn, Bruce S. ’55, 1952, 53, 54 Munroe, Jeffrey J. ’81, 1979, 80 Munzing, Robert F. ’75, 1973, 74 Murch, David C. ‘63, 1960 Murdock, Philip J. Jr. ’49, 1945, 46, 47 Murph, Jemal H. ’94, 1990, 91, 92, 93 Murphy, Herbert ’94, 1893 Murphy, Robert L. Jr. ’78, 1975, 76, 77 Murray, Patrick L. ’86, 1983 Murray, Paul E. ’14, 1912, 13 Murray, Thomas A. Jr. ’47, 1945 Murray, William S. ’21, 1920 >> NNNNNNNNNN

Naccara, Brent ’99, 1996, 97, 98, 99 Naccara, Steven L. ’71, 1968, 69, 70 Nagem, Michael E. Jr. ’56, 1954, 55 Nani, Ryan ‘11, 2009, 10, 11 Nanigan, Moses ’28, 1925, 26, 27 Napolitano, Vernon F. ’52, 1951 Nardone, David M. ’84, 1980 Nash, Douglas 2014, 2011 Nason, Scott E. ’89, 1984, 86, 87, 88 Nasser, Frederick J. ’71, 1970 Navarro, Rocco ‘06, 2005 Neal, Frank R. ’44, 1941, 42 Neavling, Charles C. ’23, 1919 Neilson, Andrew C. ’80, 1978, 79, 80 Nelson, Niles H. ’59, 1956, 57, 58 Nelson, Walter L. Jr. ’67, 1965, 66 Nenstiel, Peter W. ’00, 1997, 98, 99, 00 Neuss, Matthew T. ’99, 1995 Newhall, Frederick C. ’26, 1923, 24, 25 Nguyen, Thanh V. ’97, 1995, 96 Nice, Coleman M. ’55, 1953, 54 Nichols, Malik R. ’02, 1999, 00, 01 Nickerson, Andrew R. ’88, 1986, 87 Nickerson, Clifton S. ’43, 1941 Nickerson, Norris E. ’62, 1960, 61 Nigro, Paul ’83, 1979 Nixon Jr., Lionel ‘09, 2005, 06, 07, 08 Noble, Robert A. ’91, 1987, 88, 89, 90 Nockett, John J. ’84, 1980, 81, 82, 84 Noddin, George A. ’29, 1928 Nolan, Richard T. ’66, 1964 Norris, C. Peter ’68, 1965, 66, 67 Norton, Coleman E. ’29, 1927 Norton, Kenneth J. ’77, 1976 Novick, Stephen T. ’54, 1951, 52, 53 Noyes, Herman F. ’94, 1895, 97 Noyes, Russell K. ’51, 1948, 49, 50 Nute, Warren W. Jr. ’44, 1946 Nutter, Robert W. ’44, 1941, 42 Nwosu, Ivi ’05, 2001, 02, 03, 04 >> OOOOOOOOOO Oakes, Karl R. ’23, 1921 O’Brian, Philip D. ’73, 1971, 72 O’Brien, Paul M. ’77, 1974, 75 O’Brien, Sean D. ’88, 1985, 87 O’Brion, Arthur B. ’18, 1917 O’Connell, Joseph S. Jr. ’69, 1966 O’Connell, Lawrence J. ’34, 1933 O’Connor, Brian ’63, 1962 O’Connor, Drew D. ’98, 1994, 95, 97, 98 O’Connor, Lateef ’98, 1995, 96, 97, 98 O’Day, Michael J. ’76, 1973, 74, 75 Oddi, Louis F. ’50, 1947 Ofori, Axel 2015, 2011 Ondish, Jeffrey 2015, 2011 O’Leary, Bryan D. ’87, 1983 O’Leary, Michael W. ’70, 1967, 68 Oliphant, Jojo H. ’00, 1996, 97, 98, 99 Olson, Randy A. ’78, 1976, 77 O’Rourke, John F. ’74, 1971, 72, 73 Ortiz, Louis A. ’85, 1981, 82 Osgood, Carroll P. ’28, 1925, 26, 27 Oswald, Herman H. ’99, 1898 Ottman, William K. ’50, 1946, 47, 50 Ouellette, Peter P. ’82, 1978, 79, 80, 81 Ouellette, Richard W. ’86, 1983, 84, 85 Owen, Milton H. ‘36, 1933 Owens, Montell E. ’06, 2002, 03, 04, 05 >> PPPPPPPPPP Paganucci, Ricard M. ‘71, 1970 Paganucci, Romeo J. ’20, 1917 Page, Arthur S. ’00, 1898 Palmacci, Jed A. ’78, 1974, 75, 76, 77 Palmer, Edward E. ’99, 1896, 97, 98 Palmer, Edward E. Jr. ’30, 1928, 29 Pam, Andre F. ’97, 1993, 94, 95, 96 Paquette, Raymond M. ’86, 1983, 84, 85 Paradis, Paul J. ’01, 1998, 99, 00 Parady, Harold C. ’46, 1946, 47 Parady, James E. ’84, 1982 Parady, Kenneth E. ’57, 1952, 56 Paramoure, Reginald ‘08, 2004, 05, 06, 07 Parcells, Christopher ‘08, 2005, 06, 07 Parcells, Craig ‘07, 2005

Park, Todd R. ’94, 1991, 92, 93, 94 Parker, Brendon K. ’96, 1993 Parker, Carl L. ’73, 1970, 71, 72 Parker, Corey P. ’92, 1989, 90, 91, 92 Parker, Edward A. ’04, 1901, 02, 03 Parker, William E. ’12, 1908, 09, 10, 11 Parsons, Philip S. ’34, 1931, 32, 33 Parsons, Shirley R. ’37, 1936 Pasquill, William A. Jr. ’68, 1965, 66, 67 Patrick, Thomas K. ’62, 1960, 61 Patrinellis, Charles S. ’39, 1938 Pau, Patrick ’05, 2001, 02, 03, 04 Paul, Christopher A. ’79, 1975, 76 Paul, David J. ’73, 1970, 71, 72 Pauleus, Robert ’92, 1989, 90, 91, 92 Paven, William G. ’86, 1983, 84 Pavuk, Stanley M. ’93, 1989 Payne, Donald L. ’83, 1981 Peabody, Herbert S. ’40, 1938, 39 Peakes, Harry W. ’28, 1925, 26, 27 Pearce, Charles A. ’98, 1895, 96 Pearson, Jerron ‘09, 2005, 06, 07, 08 Pease, Alan C. ’52, 1950 Peck, Luther ’02, 1901 Pedersen, James ’04, 2001, 02 Pela, Ufuoma A. ’01, 1998, 99, 00 Pelkey, Stuart J. ’87, 1984, 85, 86 Pendleton, Gordon R. ’52, 1949, 50, 51 Pendleton, Paul A. ’67, 1965, 66 Penna, Nicholas A. ’88, 1985, 86, 87, 88 Peppard, Joshua T. ’71, 1967 Pereira, Christian A. ’05, 2001, 02, 03, 04 Perkins, DeForrest H. ’00, 1898 Perkins, Gerald R. ’67, 1965, 66 Perkins, William G. ’65, 1962, 63, 64 Perry, Ronald C. ’54, 1951, 52, 53 Peters, Bradley K. ’81, 1980 Peters, Laurence A. ’92, 1989 Peterson, Alan G. ’84, 1980, 81, 82, 83 Peterson, Henry A. ’17, 1914, 15, 16 Pettaway, Claude Jr. ’91, 1987, 88, 89, 90 Petteway, Wesley J. ’00, 1996, 97, 98, 99 Pettingall, Mark A. ’88, 1987 Perillo, Justin 2014, 2010, 11 Peucker, Christopher C. ’87, 1984, 85, 86 Phanor, Kevin ‘11, 2008, 09, 10, 11 Phelan, Paul J. ’85, 1981, 82, 83, 84 Philbrook, Earle W. ’07, 1906 Pickering, Clayton ’84, 1983 Pickett, Robert A. ’59, 1957, 58 Pierce, Paul E. ’82, 1979 Pierce, Richard M. ’43, 1940, 41 Pierpont, David W. ’75, 1972 Pierre, Manzi ‘09, 2006, 2007 Pierre, Vladimir G. ’00, 1998 Pike, Julius ’33, 1930, 31, 32 Pike, Thomas J. ’54, 1952, 53 Pinault, Roland A. II ’92, 1988 Pinkham, Kenneth E. ’60, 1958 Piper, Jon R. ’70, 1967, 68 Pirruccello, Jonathan ‘09, 2005, 06, 07, 08 Planz, Curt J. ’92, 1989, 90, 91 Platter, George J. ’68, 1965, 66, 67 Plavin, Leonard N. ’48, 1945 Plimpton, Robert H. ‘38, 1935 Pluta, Frank J. Jr. ’55, 1952, 53, 54 Pocius, Peter P. Jr. ’53, 1949, 50, 51 Poirier, Peter D. ’96, 1993, 94, 95, 96 Pollock, Thomas E. ’42, 1940, 41 Ponto, Steven R. ’92, 1988 Pooler, Paul J. ’70, 1968, 69 Porter, Lucas R. ’98, 1996, 97 Porter, Michael R. ’72, 1970, 71, 72 Porter, Ralph ’48, 1945 Pottle, Richard H. ’60, 1957, 58, 59 Potvin, William ’73, 1972 Pourby, John S. ’94, 1992, 93 Powell, Harold N. ’29, 1927 Power, Percy A. ’20, 1917 Pranckevicius, John P. ’90, 1988, 89, 90 Pratt, Charles O. ’10, 1909 Pratt, George L. ’69, 1968 Pratt, John H. ’40, 1937, 38 Pratt, Jonathan J. ’86, 1985 Prentiss, John W. ’78, 1974 Presnell, Donald F. ‘44, 1941, 42, 46

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letterwinners Price, Jonathan D. ’73, 1971, 1972 Prior, Richard D. ’75, 1972, 73, 74 Proctor, M. Dewing ’37, 1934, 35, 36 Provencher, Robert ’57, 1954, 55, 56 Pruett, Joseph A. ’51, 1948 Puchalski, Ronald J. ’73, 1970, 71, 72 Puffer, Charles L. ’03, 1899 Pullen, Richard J. ’79, 1978, 79 Purington, Clinton E. ’16, 1913, 14, 15 Purington, Lawrence G. ’23, 1919 >> QQQQQQQQQQ Quackenbush, Ernest L. ’69, 1966, 67, 68 Queener, Jacob ‘09, 2006 Quezada, Joan ’06, 2002, 03, 04, 05 Quigley, Richard ’39, 1937, 38 Quilla, Garth R. ’69, 1966 Quinn, Brian P. ’06, 2002, 03, 04, 05 Quinn, John T. ’22, 1919 Quinn, Robert M. ’56, 1952 Quint, Raymon A. ’07, 1904, 05, 06 >> RRRRRRRRRR Rackliffe, Clinton N. ’02, 1900, 01 Radulski, Stephen J. ’05, 2002, 03, 04, 05 Ramsdell, Dean C. ’84, 1981, 82, 83 Rand, David M. ’58, 1956, 57 Randall, Desmond ‘10, 2006, 07, 09 Randall, James M. ’59, 1952 Rasmussen, Thomas D. ’81, 1977, 79, 80 Rawcliffe, Rudy J. ’77, 1974, 75, 76 Ray, Ryan F. ’96, 1994, 95, 96 Ray, Vinton R. ’10, 1905, 06, 08, 09 Reagan, Chris 2012, 2010, 11 Reardon, Jeremiah T. ’19, 1914, 15, 16 Rebholtz, David G. ’84, 1980 Reed, Earle D. ’39, 1938 Reed, Frank R. Jr. ’06, 1902, 03, 04, 05 Reed, Kenneth E. Jr. ’45, 1944 Reed, Richard E. ’78, 1973, 75, 76 Reed, Thomas F. ’36, 1935 Reese, Samuel H. ’35, 1932, 33, 34 Regulski, Peter A. ’90, 1987, 88 Reid, James T. ’73, 1970, 71, 72 Reidman, Edward A. ’62, 1959, 60, 61 Reidman, Ernest J. ’38, 1935, 36, 37 Reidman, Patrick E. ’64, 1962, 63 Reilly, Daniel F. ’88, 1984, 85 Reilly, Richard Y. ’51, 1947, 48 Reinebold, Jeffrey D. ’80, 1977, 79, 80 Reitz, John A. ’41, 1938, 39, 41 Repscha, Albert H. ’25, 1923, 24 Reynolds, Craig P. ’84, 1978, 79, 81, 82 Rhodes, John J. Jr. ’72, 1969, 70 Ricci, Carol J. ’76, 1973 Rice, James L. ’97, 1993, 94, 95 Rice, Richard L. ’34, 1932 Rice, Robert ’63, 1960 Rich, Albert D. ’98, 1994, 95, 97, 98 Richards, Laurence D. ’68, 1967 Richardson, Harrison L. ’52, 1950, 51, 52 Richardson, Mark R. ’70, 1967, 68, 69 Richardson, Peter J. ’03, 1999, 01, 02, 03 Ricker, William J. ’05, 1903 Rideout, Raymond M. ’50, 1947 Rilatt, David T. ’96, 1993, 94, 95, 96 Riley, Alan H. ’66, 1963, 64, 65 Riley, Walter E. ’32, 1929, 30, 31 Rioux, Laurent J. ’71, 1969 Riviere, William A. ’65, 1963, 64 Roach, Erwin ‘12, 2009, 10, 11 Roak, William J. ’05, 2002, 03 Robards, David ’80, 1978 Robbins, Charles A. ’00, 1898 Robbins, Winston C. ’34, 1931 Roberts, John ’63, 1961, 62 Roberts, Justin ‘06, 2004, 05, 06 Roberts, Malcolm W. ’40, 1939 Roberts, Michael L. ’78, 1975, 76, 77 Robertshaw, Gilbert T. ’33, 1931, 32 Robertson, Robert A. ’63, 1961, 62 Robinson, Agean E. ’05, 2001, 02, 03, 04 Robinson, Edward A. ’43, 1941, 42 Robinson, Joseph ’95, 1992, 93, 94, 95 Roche, Brian M. ’91, 1989, 90, 91 Rockhill, Steven L. ’79, 1976

Roderick, Burleigh H. ’37, 1934, 35, 36 Rogers, Chad E. ’99, 1997, 98, 99 Rogers, Lore A. ’96, 1893, 94, 95 Rogers, Philip N. ’38, 1937 Rogers, Thomas J. Jr. ’91, 1987, 88, 89, 90 Rogerson, Ronald A. ’66, 1964 Rollins, Donald L. ’36, 1933, 34 Romansky, Monroe J. ’33, 1930, 31, 32 Root, Steven P. ’86, 1984, 85, 86 Rosebush, Richard L. ’76, 1973 Ross, Wayne H. ’58, 1957 Roth, Steven K. ’89, 1985, 86, 88, 89 Rounds, Albert P. ’07, 1906 Roy, Lionel E. ’51, 1948, 49 Royal, John W. ’51, 1948, 49, 50 Royer, Alfred D. ’76, 1973, 74, 75 Rudman, Maurice A. ’18, 1914 Ruffner, Charles W. ’15, 1912, 13, 14, 15 Rumazza, O. Lawrence ’32, 1931 Rumelhart, Joel R. ’97, 1994, 95, 96 Runnells, Derek ‘08, 2005, 06 Russell, David P. ’76, 1973, 74 Russell, James L. ’42, 1940 Russell, Mark D. ’73, 1970, 71 Russell, Troy ‘12, 2009, 10, 11 >> SSSSSSSSSS Saleeby, Jan E. ’56, 1954, 55 Salisbury, Charles V. ’50, 1948 Salisbury, Gifford R. Jr. ’97, 1996, 97, 98 Salomon, Rodney ‘09, 2005 Salter, Stephen J. ’79, 1977, 78 Sanzaro, David A. ’85, 1981, 82, 83 Saulnier, Peter S. ’91, 1990, 91 Savage, Hoyt B. ’25, 1922, 24 Savage, Julie ’91, 1990 Sawyer, Allen F. ’14, 1909, 11, 12, 13 Sawyer, Charles J. ’98, 1895, 96, 97 Sawyer, David C. ’67, 1964, 65, 66 Sawyer, James H. ’04, 1900, 01, 02, 03 Sawyer, Raymond D. ’64, 1961, 62, 63 Sawyer, Roger H. ’64, 1961 Sawyer, Walter F. III ’58, 1956, 57 Schmidlin, John R. ’49, 1947, 48 Schoeck, William M. ’00, 1997, 98, 99 Scontras, Christopher P. ’79, 1978 Scontras, Dean ’92, 1989 Scott, Brian S. ’00, 1996, 97, 98, 99 Scribner, Dale F. ’69, 1966, 67 Searles, Stanwood R. ’34, 1933 Seavey, Haller D. ’98, 1895 Sebastiani Jr., Luigi ‘10, 2006 Secino, David J. ’78, 1974, 75, 76, 77 Serdy, Jake ‘09, 2005, 2007 Serena, Albert ‘09, 2007, 08, 09 Sergent, Nathan S. ’02, 1998 Serota, Jacob ’41, 1940 Session, Derek ‘11, 2008, 09, 10, 11 Severson, Daniel J. ’64, 1961, 62, 63 Sezak, Samuel ’31, 1930 Shafto, Dennis P. ’80, 1978, 79 Shannon, Thomas R. Jr. ’38, 1937 Shaw, Heidi J. ’78, 1976 Shaw, Mark W. ’92, 1989, 90, 91, 92 Shaw, Richard A. ’65, 1962 Shaw, Robert J. ’95, 1992, 93, 94 Shaw, Walter J. ’05, 1903 Shea, Steve ‘11, 2008, 09, 10, 11 Sheehan, Patrick J. ’98, 1997, 98 Shell, Marcus ‘08, 2004 Shepard, Steven D. ’01, 1998, 99, 00 Shepard, Thomas D. ’13, 1910, 11, 12 Sherry, Edward C. ’38, 1937 Sherry, Edward C. Jr. ’65, 1962, 63, 64 Sherry, John P. ’68, 1964, 66, 67 Shields, Donald V. ’56, 1955 Shimmin, Edward B. ’58, 1957 Shipley, Sam 2013, 2011 Shulman, Scott E. ’77, 1973, 74, 75, 76 Shute, Harry D. ’41, 1937, 38 Shutt, James J. Jr. ’86, 1981, 82, 83, 84 Sidelinger, Dana P. ’36, 1933, 34, 35 Silva, Marquisse D. ’03, 1999, 00 Simmons, Harry M. ’62, 1960, 61 Simon, Joseph C. ’27, 1924, 25, 26 Simpson, John H. ‘62, 1959, 60

Sims, James M. ’32, 1929, 30, 31 Sirmans, Benjamin F. ’93, 1988, 89, 90, 92 Sisay, Momodou L. ’01, 1998, 99, 00 Siviski, Michael E. ’69, 1968 Skronski, Donald A. ’73, 1972 Slane, Matthew J. ’84, 1978, 79, 80, 81 Smaha, Albert H. ’45, 1942 Smaha, Jeffrey J. ’78, 1975, 76, 77 Small, George H. ’21, 1919 Small, Henry D. ’24, 1920, 21, 22, 23 Small, John H. ’56, 1953, 54, 55 Small, Parker W. ’42, 1940, 41 Small, Richard G. ’50, 1948 Smart, Ernest A. ’55, 1952, 53, 54 Smiley, Leon W. ’12, 1911 Smith, Antoine B. ’00, 1997, 98, 99 Smith, Carl T. ’92, 1988, 89, 90, 91 Smith, David E. ’55, 1953, 54 Smith, David W. ’77, 1974, 75 Smith, Ernest J. ’65, 1962, 63, 64 Smith, Francis W. Jr. ’38, 1935, 36, 37 Smith, George W. ’23, 1919 Smith, Harlan R. ’50, 1948 Smith, Harry M. ’93, 1892 Smith, Herman B. ’09, 1905, 06 Smith, James J. ’42, 1940 Smith, Louis ’38, 1937 Smith, Michael J. ’98, 1995, 96, 97 Smith, Michael T. ’91, 1987, 88, 89, 90 Smith, Montelle C. ’12, 1911 Smith, Norman ‘11, 2008 Smith, Paul D. ’67, 1963, 65, 66 Smith, Peter F. ’83, 1981, 82 Smith, Randolph C. ’03, 2000 Smith, Raymond A. ’32, 1929, 30, 31 Smith, Raymond J. ’21, 1919, 20 Smith, Richard T. ’84, 1983 Smith, Roger W. ’37, 1934, 35 Smith, Warren ‘11, 2009, 10, 11 Smith, William B. ’53, 1950, 51 Sokel, Sheldon ’50, 1945 Soldati, Andrew G. ’77, 1974, 75, 76 Soler, Donald P. ’64, 1962, 63 Soloman, George S. ’71, 1970 Soper, Edward H. ’57, 1955, 56 Soper, James F. ’59, 1957, 58 Soucy, Paul W. ’71, 1969, 70, 71 Soule, Philip H. ’64, 1961, 62, 63 Sparrow, Rodney B. ’71, 1970 Sparrow, Theodore R. ’54, 1951 Spearin, Josh ‘12, 2009, 10, 11 Spearin, Matt ‘12 2009 Speed, Gregory A. ’77, 1976 Speirs, Garrett D. Jr. ’45, 1946 Speirs, James E. ’18, 1914, 16 Spence, Robert ’62, 1959, 60 Spence, Scott D. ’94, 1989 Spencer, Francis N. ’74, 1971, 72, 73 Spina, Samuel M. ’86, 1983, 85 Sprague, James B. Jr. ’45, 1942 Springer, Ronald K. ’93, 1990, 91, 92 Sproul, Alton L. Jr. ’49, 1947, 48 Squires, Frank E. ’44, 1941, 42 Squires, John E. Jr. ’74, 1972, 73 Squires, Kenneth ’94, 1990, 91, 92, 93 Stafford, Ako D. ’94, 1991, 92, 93, 94 Stafford, Bruce A. ’69, 1966, 67 Stahl, Jack I. ’42, 1940 Stallone, Richard ’04, 2000 Stanton, Edward F. ’26, 1924, 25 Stanzilis, Peter Jr. ’64, 1961, 62 Stearns, Robert S. ’20, 1917 Stearns, Roger A. ’41, 1938, 39, 40 Stephenson, Shawn A. ’96, 1993, 96 Sterling, Roan ’97, 1994 Sterling, Robert N. ’88, 1986, 87 Stetson, Mark N. ’05, 2001, 02 Stevens, Donald M. ’53, 1951, 52 Stevens, Fred O. ’06, 1905 Stevens, Jordan ‘10, 2006, 07, 08, 09 Stewart, Clyde W. ’19, 1916, 19 Stinson, Stephen L. ’96, 1992, 93, 94, 95 Stockwell, Ira W. Jr. ’60, 1960 Stolt, Robert J. ’66, 1965 Stone, Daren O. ‘07, 2003, 04, 05, 06 Stone, Robert D. ‘50, 1948

Jermaine Walker

Justin Strzelczyk

Drew O’Connor


letterwinners Stone, William E. ’07, 1905 Stratton, Richard E. ’43, 1942 Streeter, Donald ’62, 1959, 60 Strzelczyk, Justin C. ’90, 1986, 87, 88, 89 Strout, A. Everett ’22, 1921 Strout, Philip S. ’11, 1910 Sturgeon, Eugene F. ’52, 1949, 50, 51 Sturgis, Edwin A. ’98, 1895, 96, 97 Sullivan, Daniel B. ’71, 1968, 69, 70 Sullivan, James V. ’51, 1950 Sullivan, Raymond J. Jr. ’84, 1979, 80, 81, 82 Sullivan, Robert L. ‘61, 1958, 59 Sullivan, Thomas F. ’81, 1977, 78, 79 Sundquist, Paul M. ’80, 1975 Suydam, Ryck A. ’83, 1978, 79, 80, 81 Svolto, Ernest ’02, 1998, 99, 00, 01 Swadel, William ’72, 1969, 70, 71 Swick, Eric C. ’03, 2002 Swift, Porter L. ’07, 1905, 06 Swindells, Steven J. ’72, 1971 Swinson, Matthew W. ’90, 1987, 88, 89, 90 Sylvester, Arthur C. ’27, 1925, 26 Szaniawski, Edward W. ’39, 1938 Szwejkowski, Justin F. ’03, 2000 Szydlowski, Anthony E. ’92, 1990, 91, 92

Christian Pereira

Pete Richardson

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>> TTTTTTTTTT Talbot, Richard F. ’07, 1904, 05, 06 Talkpa, Wellington ‘09, 2005, 07, 08 Tamm, Richard C. ’50, 1948 Tarazewich, Frank ’63, 1960 Tarazewich, William ’58, 1955, 56, 57 Tardif, Joseph S. ‘62, 1961 Tardiff, Norman G. Jr. ’67, 1964, 65, 66 Tarr, Kevin M. ’83, 1983 Tatro, Cody M. ’99, 1995, 96, 97, 98 Tatupu, Mosiula M. ’05, 2001 Tautkus, Gerard B. ’80, 1974, 75, 76 Taylor, Alex G. ’04, 1900, 01, 02, 03 Taylor, Larry A. ’67, 1964 Taylor, Philip H. ’24, 1922, 23 Taylor, Shawn E. ’99, 1995, 96, 97, 98 Teevens, Scott O. ’85, 1980, 81 Tennett, John J. Jr. ’98, 1995, 96, 97 Terrell, Jason C. ’94, 1990, 91 Terry, Aaron E. ’96, 1994, 95 Tessari, Victor P. ’74, 1973 Thatcher, Henry D. T. ’05, 1903, 04 Thebarge, Jerrod ’96, 1992, 93, 94, 95 Theobald, Lancelot E. Jr. ’87, 1983, 84, 85 Theriault, John P. ’59, 1956, 57, 58 Thibeau, Craig N. ’92, 1988, 89, 90, 91 Thibodeau, Charles A. ’58, 1956, 57 Thiboutot, Peter A. ’81, 1977, 78, 79, 80 Thomas, Albert H. ‘49, 1947 Thomas, Daniel F. ’23, 1922 Thomas, Michael J. ’96, 1993, 94, 95 Thomas, Richard E. ’39, 1938 Thomas, William B. ’02, 1898 Thombs, Raymond P. ’82, 1979, 80, 81 Thompson, Peter S. ’57, 1954 Thompson, Travis J. ’95, 1992, 93, 94 Thorburn, Gordon ’53, 1950, 51, 52 Tibbetts, Paul E. ’52, 1950 Tinker, Herbert D. ’20, 1920 Tippings, Charles H. ’14, 1912, 13 Tobin, Matthew W. ’93, 1991, 92 Todd, Richard B. ’72, 1969, 70, 71 Topliff, Jeffrey J. ’86, 1985 Torrisi, Thomas ’82, 1979 Totman, Clayton O. ’35, 1933, 34 Towle, Charles E. ’35, 1934 Towse, Arthur R. ’03, 1900, 01, 02 Tozier, Rodney C. ’91, 1988, 89, 90 Tracy, Hubert ’31, 1929, 30 Trafton, Anthony R. ’80, 1977, 78 Trask, Herbert I. ’32, 1931 Trask, Stanford I. ’50, 1948, 49 Trefethen, Joseph V. ’89, 1985, 86, 87, 88 Treister, Chris ‘11, 2008, 09, 10, 11 Trenholm, Steven S. ’77, 1975, 76 Trincia, Vincent R. ’59, 1958 Tsacalotos, Peter ’48, 1947 Tubbs, Robert C. ’95, 1991, 93, 94 Turcotte, Jared ‘11, 2008, 09 Turgeon, Christopher M. ’91, 1989

Turmelle, Alan R. ’69, 1966 Turmelle, Edgar G. ’50, 1948, 49 Turner, Herbert A. ’25, 1924 Tursky, John M. ’81, 1978, 79, 80 >> UUUUUUUUUU Uhrin, Michael 2001 (mgr.) Unterstein, Richard J. ’76, 1973, 74, 75 Urann, Marcus L. ’97, 1893 >> VVVVVVVVVV Vail, Eugene L. ’30, 1928, 29 Vance, Norman J. ’70, 1967, 68, 69 Vance, Steven R. ’75, 1973, 74 Vanidestine, Joe ‘06, 2004, 05, 06 Varney, Lewis B. ’34, 1933 Vasalle, Stanley P. ’71, 1968, 69, 70 Vasser, Thomas L. ’61, 1959, 60 Veliska, Samuel W. ’00, 1996 Venditto, Scott J. ’89, 1986, 87, 88 Venechanos, Theodore ’82, 1978, 80, 81, 82 Vermette, Steven R. ’81, 1977, 78, 79, 80 Verrill, Thomas D. ’39, 1938 Versailes, Mary L. ’81, 1977 Vickery, Earle N. ’08, 1906 Victor, Milton P. ’51, 1949, 50 Violette, Harold O. ’60, 1957, 58, 59 Violette, Steven J. ’88, 1985, 86, 87 Voliva, Matt ‘09, 2005 >> WWWWWWWWWW Waite, Sumner ’11, 1910 Walch, Dennis A. ’70, 1967, 68, 69 Walcott, Antonio ‘11, 2007 Walker, Jermaine J. ’06, 2002, 03, 04, 05 Walker, Terrel 2014, 2010, 11 Walker, Vernon S. Jr. ’66, 1964, 65 Wallace, John C. ’13, 1912 Wallace, Robert L. ’54, 1952 Waller, Ronald I. ’05, 2002, 03, 04, 05 Waller, Ryan S. ’05, 2002, 03, 04, 05 Walsh, James R. ’72, 1970, 71, 72 Walsh, Matthew J. ’84, 1981, 82, 83 Walsh, Michael P. ’84, 1985, 86 Walton, Marcus ’05, 2001, 02, 03, 04 Ward, Lowell E. ’43, 1940, 41 Ward, Philip R. ‘51, 1948 Wardwell, John W. ’77, 1973, 74, 75, 76 Ware, Marc C. ’89, 1985 Wark, William L. ’15, 1913, 14 Warren, Christopher ‘09, 2005 Warren, Thomas G. ’79, 1976, 77, 78 Wasilewski, Marcus 2014, 2011 Wasgatt, Asa V. ’30, 1929 Wasgatt, Rowland J. ’63, 1960, 61 Wasson, Sean ‘09, 2005, 06, 07, 08 Waterman, Donald M. ’53, 1952 Waterman, Robert C. ’81, 1978, 79, 80 Waterman, Robert D. ’49, 1948 Watkins, Grant P. ’69, 1966, 67, 68 Watson, Joshua ’05, 2001, 02 Watson, Mark N. ’73, 1970, 71, 72 Watson, Richard D. ‘50, 1948 Waxman, Jordan ‘12, 2008, 09, 10, 11 Weatherbee, Edward A. ’29, 1926 Webber, Fred G. ’04, 1901 Webber, Mortimer A. ’98, 1896, 97 Webber, Robert C. ’60, 1959 Webster, Charles S. ’98, 1896, 97 Webster, Daniel ’27, 1926 Webster, Walter E. III ’68, 1964 Weed, Jonathan L. ’83, 1977, 78, 79 Wehrman, George F. ’67, 1964 Wehrman, George R. ’94, 1991, 92, 93 Weiler, Peter B. ’80, 1976 Weiner, Samuel ’26, 1922 Welch, Edward F. III ’77, 1975 Welch, John E. ’60, 1957, 58, 59 Wesko, Michael J. ’79, 1977, 78 Weymouth, Arthur P. ’06, 1904, 05 Weymouth, Frank E. ’96, 1893 Whalen, James G. ’75, 1972, 73 Wheeler, Manchester N. Jr. ’62, 1959, 60, 61 Whetstone, Lamir ‘09, 2005, 06, 07, 08 Whitcomb, Ronald L. ‘06, 2003, 04, 05, 06 White, Donald E. ’68, 1965, 66, 67

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