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President’s Letter ...........................................................................................3 Head Coach Patrick Ross .............................................................................4 Assistant Coaches...................................................................................... 6-9 Game Story ..................................................................................................13 Feature Story ................................................................................................14 Lindenwood Roster ....................................................................................15 When LU has the Ball ................................................................................16 When Visitors have the Ball ......................................................................17 Visitor’s Roster.............................................................................................18 MIAA Standings and Leaders ...................................................................19 Around Campus ..........................................................................................20 2012 Lions ..............................................................................................23-26 Hunter Stadium ...........................................................................................28 Lindenwood Records............................................................................29-30 Lindenwood University ..............................................................................32

Name ................................................................ Lindenwood University Location .........................................................................St. Charles, Mo. Founded ............................................................................................1827 Enrollment ...................................................................................... 8,787 Nickname ........................................................................................Lions School Colors................................................................Black and Gold Affiliation............................................ NCAA Division II Provisional Conference ....................................................................................MIAA President .................................................................Dr. James D. Evans Athletic Director .................................................................. John Creer Faculty Representative ........................................................David Arns Athletics Phone ............................................................... 636-949-4600 PROGRAM HISTORY First Season ......................................................................................1990 All-Time Record ..........................................126-116-2 (.520, 23rd yr.) Postseason Record .............................................................................5-6 Times in Playoffs/Last ............................................... 6/2010 (NAIA) COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach.........................................................................Patrick Ross Alma Mater ............................................................Puget Sound (1997) Record at Lindenwood ........................................... 74-22 (9th season) Career Record ........................................................88-29 (11th season) Office Phone.................................................................... 636-949-4800 Email ................................................................pross@lindenwood.edu Assistant Coaches Offensive Coordinator ....................................................Craig Schuler Defensive Coordinator ................................................... Deion Melvin DB’s Special Teams Coordinator ................................. Kent Maugeri Offensive Line ..................................................................Mike Preston Defensive Line ..............................................................Marcus Yokeley Defensive Ends ................................................................Austin Bortle Strength Coach ................................................................. Shawn Nagel Asst. Strength Coach .................................................. Dario Camacho Athletic Trainer.................................................................................Tom Godar Office Phone................................................................................. 636-949-4628

2012 Schedule Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 21 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

at Lincoln (Mo.)* Southwest Baptist (Mo.)* Central Missouri* Glenville State (N.C.) Nebraska-Kearney* at Fort Hays State (Kan.)* at Emporia State (Kan.)* Washburn (Kan.)* (Homecoming) Missouri Southern* at Pittsburg State (Kan.) at Truman State (Mo.)*

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President’s Letter Welcome to today’s game at Harlen C. Hunter Stadium Lindenwood Unive University is proudly celebrating its 186th year of educating young people. This new academic term be began with nearly 4,000 students living on our beautiful 500-acre campus. We continue to crea create new academic programs, hire the very best faculty members, and construct modern facilities facilitie to provide a college education of the highest quality. Our most mos recent example of expansion stands just outside Hunter Stadium. Behind the end zzone bleachers, a new Student-Athlete Center stands as one of many examples of Lindenwood’s Linde commitment to athletics. It will feature an Academic Success Center for stud student-athletes, new locker rooms, a new athletic training center, and office space for our coaches. To the south of the Hyland Arena is the Evans Commons, a spacious o student center that opened just last fall. To the north is our School of Business and Entrepreneurship, which is experiencing unprecedented success in the newlyrenovated Harmon Hall. Two years ago, Harmon Hall nearly doubled in size to accommodate our growing number of business students. Lindenwood’s doctoral program in education is thriving, and a nursing program is Lind just around the corner. We are proudly transitioning 27 sports into the NCAA, and a 15 of our sports have begun competing in the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association (MIAA), the finest Division II athletic conference in the country. Assoc Please take the time to drive through our beautiful campus. Our dedication to first-class performance is evident in everything we do. Lindenwood’s vibrant mission and other f signature characteristics make it one of the region’s leaders in higher education. Sincerely,

James D. Evans, Ph.D. President

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Head Coach - Patrick Ross Patrick Ross, the winningest football coach in Lindenwood history, is in his ninth season as the head coach of the Lindenwood program in 2012. He is in his eleventh season overall as a collegiate head coach. Ross owns a career coaching record of 88-29 (.752), his teams have appeared in the NAIA Football Championship Series six times, and twice he has earned National Coach of the Year honors. In his first eight years in St. Charles, he has compiled a record of 74-22, won three HAAC championships, and advanced to the NAIA national playoffs five times, including a trip to the national championship game in 2009. He became the all-time leader in wins at Lindenwood in 2007, and his .771 winning percentage shatters the previous best mark for the program. While Lindenwood was at the NAIA level, Ross’ players won 10 All-American awards, including six first-team honors. Jeff Hynes was twice named the Rimington Award Winner as the best offensive center in the NAIA. Ross coached three HAAC Players of the Year with DeDe Dorsey winning the award in 2004 and Denodus O’Bryant winning back-toback awards in 2009 and 2010. Ross’ players were named first-team all-HAAC 37 times, 32 players were named second-team all-conference, and 27 received third-team honors. Ross did one of his best coaching jobs in 2011 as he led Lindenwood through its transition season as the program moves from the NAIA to the top NCAA Division II conference. The Lions went 8-3 and were the only second-year transition school to record a winning record. Lindenwood’s offense continued its high-scoring ways despite the tougher competition, and having a new quarterback and nearly a completely new offensive line. The Lions averaged over 40 points and 367.9 total yards a game. In 2010, the Lions went 9-2 overall in their final season of NAIA play, and finished second in the HAAC with a 9-1 mark. Lindenwood advanced to the NAIA Playoffs for the fourth straight season and fifth overall appearance in Ross’ tenure. The Lions had one of the best offenses in the entire country. Lindenwood possessed the No. 1 passing offense, the best passing efficiency, top offense yards per game, and second most points scored. In 2009, Ross led the Lions to their best season in program history as they advanced to the national championship game. The Lions went 10-0 during the regular season and won the program’s third HAAC Championship. Lindenwood hosted playoff games in the first and second rounds and then traveled to Helena, Montana, where they faced Carroll College. The Lions would beat the Saints and move onto the national championship against defending champions, Sioux Falls. Sioux Falls upended the Lions 25-22. For the second straight season in 2009 the Lions had one of the most prolific offenses in the country. The Lions averaged over 53 points a game which was tops in the country and broke the school record for points scored with 744. Lindenwood finished ranked second in the country when the final polls came out, which was the highest ranking the school has ever accomplished. In 2008, Ross led the Lions to within one play of reaching the national championship game. The Lions went 9-1 during the regular season and finished second in the HAAC. Lindenwood had one of the top offenses in the country in 2008, setting school Alma Mater - University of Puget Sound records with over 40 points and 460 yards of total offense a game. Family: Wife Stacey, Daughters, Peyton, Ross led one of the most amazing one-season turnarounds in college football Shaelene, Son, Caden history. The Lions went 11-0 in the regular season, tying for the same number of wins the team earned in the previous four years combined, and won their first HAAC Head Coaching Career: Reg. Conf. title. In 2007, Ross directed the Lions to another conference title and national playoff 2002 Ottawa 5-5 5-4 appearance. Behind another high scoring offense, Lindenwood won its first 10 games 2003 Ottawa* 9-2 9-0 and finished the regular season ranked ninth in the nation. 2004 Lindenwood* 11-1 10-0 Prior to coming to Lindenwood, Ross was the head coach at Ottawa (Kan.) for two seasons. He posted a record of 14-7 there, winning the 2003 KCAC title and 2005 Lindenwood 7-4 7-3 advancing to the national playoffs. Prior to his stint at Ottawa, Ross served as the 2006 Lindenwood 5-7 5-5 defensive coordinator for three years and an assistant for one at Kansas Wesleyan. 2007 Lindenwood* 10-2 9-1 Ross has had five Lindenwood players sign NFL contracts and numerous others 2008 Lindenwood* 11-2 9-1 have signed contracts with other professional leagues. Dorsey and Brian Schaefering 2009 Lindenwood* 13-1 10-0 have played in the NFL, while Zac Atterberry, Marcel Thompson, and Roren Thomas 2010 Lindenwood* 9-2 9-1 signed with NFL teams after their Lindenwood careers. Dorsey was a member of the 2011 Lindenwood 8-3 N/A 2007 Super Bowl Champion Indianapolis Colts, and Derrick Ward, a former player for * NAIA Playoff Ross at Ottawa, won a Super Bowl ring in 2008 with the New York Giants.

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Off. Coordinator/ Asst. Head Coach Craig Schuler Craig Schuler is entering his ninth season in 2012 with the Lindenwood football program. He has been on Patrick Ross’ staff since the first day of the Ross era. Schuler came to Lindenwood in 2004, and has been a major part of the program’s turnaround. In 2012, he will serve as the offensive coordinator and running backs coach, as well as being the team’s recruiting coordinator and assistant head coach. This season will be Schuler’s 24th coaching football. In that time, he has won eight conference championship rings, including three as a member of the Lindenwood staff, and coached in 18 NAIA national playoff games. Last season, Schuler helped Lindenwood go 8-3 during its transition season from the NAIA to NCAA Division II level. Over the past three seasons as the offensive coordinator, Schuler has led a Lindenwood offense that has been one of the highest scoring teams in the country at any level. The Lions’ offense has averaged 49.6 points per game over the past 36 games, and has broken numerous national and school records along the way. The 2009 Lions averaged over 53 points per contest, and set a school record in points scored with 744. That year also saw the Lions’ offense rack up the awards, with freshman tailback Denodus O’Bryant being named the MVP of the league. In 2010, Schuler worked with another record-setting offensive unit, one which racked up 8.9 yards per play and 551 yards per game. The Lions continued their remarkable three-year run on offense in 2011, averaging 40.3 points per game against one of the toughest schedules faced by any Division II team in the nation. The Lions scored 60 touchdowns in 2011, giving them 140 trips to the end zone in their last 22 games. Since Schuler arrived at Lindenwood, the Lions have posted a record of 74-22, won three HAAC championships, and advanced to the NAIA Football Championship Series five times. Prior stops on the coaching trail for Schuler include 11 years at Benedictine (Kan.) and two at Avila (Mo.). He has served as a coordinator on both sides of the ball while coaching in the HAAC, and was a high school head coach in the Southern California Division I ranks. Schuler and his wife, Alison, have two daughters, Nikki and Katie.

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Defensive Coordinator Deion Melvin D i Melvin Deion M l i iis entering t i hi his second d season as th the Li Lindenwood d d ffootball defensive coordinator in 2012 and he is in his 23rd season as a football coach. Melvin brought a new scheme and a new attitude to Lindenwood’s defense last season. The Lions recorded 35 sacks during the year, eight more than the next highest season total during the Patrick Ross era. Lindenwood also had 83 tackles for loss and allowed 352.8 yards and 23.6 points a game. The team allowed 20 points or less in six contests. The defensive unit played a big role in two of the team’s biggest victories. Against NCAA Division I Northern Colorado, Lindenwood did not allow a touchdown in the second half in a come-from-behind 22-20 victory. In 2009 and 2010, Melvin was an assistant at Ball State. He was the linebackers coach during the 2009 season before being promoted to special teams coordinator the next year. Melvin also had coaching stints at Bowling Green, Georgia Southern, Missouri State, Western Illinois, and East Aurora High School. He was at Bowling Green from 2007-08 and coached the inside and outside linebackers, and was assistant special teams coordinator. In 2006, he coached the running backs at Georgia Southern. From 1999-2005, he was at Missouri State as the assistant head coach and defensive coordinator. From 1993-98, Melvin coached at Western Illinois as the inside and outside linebackers coach and recruiting coordinator. His coaching career started at East Aurora from 1990-92. At the college level, Melvin has coached seven All-Americans and two Buck Buchanan award winners, which goes to the top defensive player in NCAA Division I Football Championship Series. Melvin graduated from Western Illinois with a bachelor of science degree in community health in 1994. Melvin and his wife, Beverly, have two daughters, Lywanna, a student at Ball State University, and Sherese, a student at Francis Howell North High School.

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today's game lindenwood lions vs. central missouri mules september 15, 2012 Welcome to Central Missouri vs. Lindenwood, Part Two. There are many subplots and story lines in play here this evening, as a much-anticipated early season MIAA battle kicks off on a beautiful night for football. The matchup of unbeaten Lindenwood and Central Missouri, a team fresh from a 31-21 whipping of 3rdranked Northwest Missouri State last weekend, offers enough bullet points to write several pregame stories. Here are but a few: The two teams met on this same field less than a year ago, in LU’s first-ever pairing against an MIAA school; the Lions started fast, lost a big lead then got run out of the gym in the second and third quarter. The Mules came into Hunter Stadium with an act in mind, they talked the talk, then walked the walk. And the Lions have not forgotten the act. Both teams recruit heavily in the Kansas City and St. Louis areas, not to mention the California JC ranks; as is often the case when heads are butted in the recruiting season, hard feelings can result. There will definitely be players on the field tonight who were recruited by both teams, and nobody likes to think they made the wrong choice. The subject of schedule strength has come up more than once this week; the Lions have won two relatively easy early games against Lincoln and Southwest Baptist, neither of which figures to be an upper echelon MIAA team. The Mules, on the other hand, have cut their teeth on a very good Missouri Western team (a 38-26 loss), followed by the semi-shocker over Northwest. Offensive units, please step to the front of the stage; each team has posted a 400-yard passing game already this season, each team is ridiculously fast at the offensive skill positions, and both are coached by experienced, innovative game plan authors on offense. Sit back and enjoy. Or … is it the defenses which will steal the show here tonight? Much of the talent on display this evening for the defensive units will be homegrown, as Missouri prep products like Joe Carter (UCM/ Grandview), Connor Harris (LU/Blue Springs South), Evan Knight (UCM/Pattonville) and Joe Day (LU/Ft. Zumwalt West) will be in the center of virtually every defensive stop. In a way, the fact that it is Central Missouri making a return to Hunter Stadium for Lindenwood’s first big game as a full-fledged member of the conference is poetic justice. The Lions knew the games against Lincoln and SBU would be like most every game they

have played since head coach Patrick Ross came to campus in 2004 – they would be heavily favored. However, if the 2-0 Lions are to be a home underdog tonight, those close to the program would rather have this game be against no other opponent. For all of the reasons already laid out, and for the simple fact that Central Missouri is a perfect measuring stick. Lindenwood University made the move to NCAA Division II, and sought membership in the best football conference in Div. II, exactly for nights like tonight. To pull the upset, the Lion defense will have to put the brakes on transfer quarterback Colter Smith, and a Mule offense which features speedster LaVance Taylor at tailback and Hazelwood East product David Cannon at tight end. Both are tremendous athletes and veteran head coach Jim Svoboda has been around a few coach’s offices in his career. The matchup of coordinators also presents another intriguing story line: UCM offensive coordinator Josh Lamberson and DC Matt Jeter own an impressive 23 combined years of experience; on the other hand, LU offensive coordinator Craig Schuler and DC Deion Melvin have posted 47 seasons on the sideline between them. That Lion defense has been a handful so far in 2012. Think about these numbers for a second: the Lions have dominated on third down, holding teams to a 6-for-34 conversion rate, and have racked up a whopping 23 tackles for loss and 10 quarterback sacks in two games. Harris is the leading tackler early in the season, the defensive line is playing very well, and junior cornerback Pierre Desir had a huge night against SBU with two picks, one of which he returned for a score. Junior transfer quarterback Ben Gomez has been the ringleader so far for the Lions on offense, throwing for 640 yards and seven touchdowns. Gomez can also look around the field and see a dizzying variety of speed weapons to use: seniors Andrew Helmick and Denodus O’Bryant are working on putting all rushing and receiving records at LU out of reach; while others like freshmen Jaron Alexander, Sam Sealer and Jordan Gater are leading the next wave of great Lion receivers. Without a doubt, tonight’s football game is the biggest athletic event ever played on the Lindenwood campus, to this date. The stakes have never been higher, because this is the first night, the first time the big kids from the block have told the Lions to come on and join the game. It is time to see what you’ve got.

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A New Home For Lindenwood Athletics Lindenwood University’s much-anticipated Student-Athlete Center is approaching its official opening. The $9 million facility was approved by the University’s Board of Directors in the fall of 2010 and officially broke ground on the building in the summer of 2011. The new facility is expected to open its doors to student-athletes at the end of September. The completion of the building arrives just in time for Lindenwood’s first season of play in the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association. “The athletics program is very appreciative that the Board of Directors and Lindenwood Administration have consistently strived to provide the best facilities possible,” said Athletics Director John Creer. “The new Student-Athlete Center should develop a lot of pride for the university, athletics department.” The construction of the impressive Student-Athlete Center is a continuation of the University’s bold i tten years. expansion to its campus over the previous The 43,000-square-foot facility is adjacent to Hunter Stadium, the recipient of a $5.5 million renovation in 2005 which included end zone seating, a two-story press box with luxury boxes, and a new concession area. Lindenwood’s new Student-Athlete Center provides athletes with three levels of amenities and will house locker rooms for six Lindenwood NCAA sports. The first floor includes locker rooms for both home and away football teams, a lounge, and a state-of-the-art athletic training facility. “The building is going to be absolutely incredible,” said football coach Patrick Ross. “Our recruits are very impressed with the university’s strong support of athletics. This building will be first-class, just like all the new construction that has occurred on this campus in the past 10-12 years.” “I know myself and rest of the guys are very excited for the new locker room,” added sophomore wide receiver Chase Stewart. “It’s definitely going to be a huge upgrade from a locker room standpoint. Everything we need is going to be right there for our convenience, the Center will have a lot more locker room space.” The cornerstone of the new facility is located on the second floor. On this floor, the Student-Athlete Center will feature a 3,000-squarefoot Academic Success Center equipped with computer labs, study rooms, and tutors. “There were many goals for this building,” noted Associate Athletics Director Chanda Jackson. “One of those goals was to develop a resource for our student-athletes to continue to excel in the classroom.”

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The Academic Success Center is a reflection of Lindenwood’s commitment to developing educated individuals. All 27 NCAA teams will be assigned an Academic Coordinator who will monitor attendance and academic progress of their student-athletes. At-risk student-athletes, based on class and academic standing, will be required six study hours per week. The Academic Success Center will certainly provide the resource Lindenwood Athletics was seeking. The second floor will also include locker rooms for the five other Hunter Stadium NCAA sports. One of those five teams is the women’s lacrosse squad, who captured Lindenwood University’s first NCAA conference title in 2011. Women’s lacrosse head coach Jack Cribbin said, “The Student-Athlete Center takes us to a new level and will assist our efforts in recruiting the best and the brightest student-athletes. It is truly a special time and an absolute privilege to be associated with Lindenwood University.” The remaining teams receiving locker rooms on the second floor include field hockey, men’s lacrosse, and men’s and women’s soccer. Women’s soccer head coach, Laurie Kaminiski noted, “The players and myself are very excited. Obviously, the players are looking forward to the locker room and other amenities, but they are also looking forward to the new academic center.” The building’s top floor will include coaches’ offices, a large meeting room for athletics, entertainment suites overlooking the south end of Hunter Stadium, and a Champions Hall of Fame conference room. “Now, not only will coaches be able to show Lindenwood’s outstanding playing facilities, but also locker rooms, meeting rooms, coaches offices, and special event rooms,” added Creer. “Coaches will now have new offices where they can not only work but also talk with current student-athletes and their new recruits. These new facilities will definitely be a selling point for the coaches when they bring a new recruit on campus.” The new Student-Athlete Center will boost Lindenwood Athletics to the next level as it officially transitions into the NCAA Division II in the 2013-14 season. The multi-purpose facility will benefit NCAA student-athletes on and off the field. “The Athletics Department is constantly seeking to improve the overall experience of our student-athletes,” said Jackson. “This building captures the efforts and vision of many individuals and seeks to achieve the department’s goal of combining academic and athletic resources to aid in the growth and development of our student-athletes.”


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178 196 206 195 194 170 190 183 232 193 201 195 190 195 187 230 225 185 204 195 210 211 200 205 193 200 170 180 198 194 206 206 225 140 195 181 195 248 232 193 227 284 215 185 227 268 250 275 250 240 277 273 275 290 316 293 309 292 275 350 280

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

Land O’ Lakes, Fla./Land O’ Lakes St. Ann, Mo./Pattonville St. Charles, Mo./Francis Howell Central Miami, Fla./Northwestern Washington, Mo./Washington Mission Hills, Calif./Royal Lee’s Summit, Mo./Lee’s Summit St. Louis, Mo./Kirkwood St. Louis, Mo./McCluer North Tracy, Calif./Tracy San Juan Capistrano, Calif./San Clemente Eugene, Ore./Sheldon Grandview, Mo./Grandview St. Charles, Mo./Duchesne Kansas City, Mo./Winnetonka Lee’s Summit, Mo./Blue Springs South Vallejo, Calif./Jesse Bethel Owensville, Mo./Owensville Saint Cloud, Fla./Saint Cloud Grain Valley, Mo./Grain Valley Hannibal, Mo./Palmyra Aledo, Texas/Aledo Lewisville, Texas/Covenant Christian St. Louis, Mo./Hazelwood Central Kansas City, Mo./ Blue Springs South O’Fallon, Mo./Francis Howell Tulsa, Okla./Union St. Charles, Mo./Francis Howell Wentzville, Mo./Timberland St. Peters, Mo./Fort Zumwalt East Wentzville, Mo./Holt St. Louis, Mo./DeSmet Weldon Springs, Mo./Francis Howell Mansfield, Texas/Mansfield St Augustine, Fla./St. Augustine Newberry, Fla./P.K. Yonge St. Louis, Mo./Parkway North O’Fallon, Mo./Fort Zumwalt West Mahomet, Ill./Mahomet-Seymour Aledo, Texas/Aledo Lenexa, Kan./Shawnee Mission West Pasadena, Calif./Monrovia Stilwell, Kan./Blue Valley St. Louis, Mo./Christian Brothers College Orebro, Sweden St. Charles, Mo./Francis Howell Little Elm, Texas/Little Elm San Marcos, Calif./San Marcos Simi Valley, Calif./Royal Canadian, Texas/Canadian Green Cove Springs, Fla./Clay Palmyra, Mo./Palmyra Blue Springs, Mo./Blue Springs South Aledo, Texas/Aledo Perris, Calif./Moreno Valley Arnold, Mo./Hillsboro St. Peters, Mo./Fort Zumwalt East Wright City, Mo./Wright City Kirkwood, Mo/Kirkwood Farmington, Mo./Farmington Port Orange, Fla./Spruce Creek

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Jacob Heneisen OL Kadre Pinder OL K.C. Giger OL Jordan Gater WR Jaron Alexander WR Blake Arnette WR Jacob McDermott WR Thomas Stubbs TE Travis Mitchell WR Cody Reider DE Blake Horne WR Jackson Dennis DT Tyler Luce Matzke DT Xavier Warren DE Chaz Fulton DT Brandon Baker OL Benjamin Bathke WR Mitchell Carman DB Kylann Clayborn LB Austin Davis DB Tom Ercoli LB Nico Giokaris QB Terron Givans DB Stephen Gorczyca OL Seth Hartman LB Brady Hawkes PK Brandon Howard CB Terance Jackson WR Rhys Jeffrey OL Scott Kroeger DB Bobby McCabe OL Therman McGowan RB Clint Merka OL Brendan Norwine QB Tyler Peak RB Phillip Posley LB Aaron Robinson OL Lucas Sandheinrich OL Joe Stevens DE D’Wayne Ward DE Max Williams RB Terrance Williams RB Alex Zangriles OL

Patrick Ross Craig Schuler Deion Melvin Austin Bortle Kent Maugeri Mike Preston Marcus Yokeley Brett Ballmann Mike Bunton Mike Garza Rickey Hunley Philip Staback Anthony Vitale Darren Bardot

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

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Jacksonville, Ill./Jacksonville Miramar, Fla./Everglades Winter Haven, Fla. Winter Haven Avilla, Ind./East Noble Grandview, Mo./Grandview Villa Ridge, Mo. /Pacific Overland Park, Kan./Blue Valley Brentwood, Mo./Brentwood St. Louis, Mo./Parkway Central Ormond Beach, Fla./Seabreeze Blue Springs, Mo./Blue Springs South McKinney, Texas/McKinney Boyd Argyle, Texas/Argyle Cedar Hill, Texas/Cedar Hill Arlington, Texas/Martin Camarillo, Calif./Adolfo Camarillo Buedelsdorf, Germany/Magnolia Eugene, Ore./Sheldon St. Louis, Mo./University City Hazelwood, Mo./Hazelwood West Eureka, Mo./Eureka Lee’s Summit, Mo./Blue Springs South St. Charles, Mo./Francis Howell North Chesterfield, Mo./Parkway West Prairie Village, Kan./Shawnee Mission St. Charles, Mo./Francis Howell North St. Charles, Mo./St. Charles Vidalia, Ga./Vidalia Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound Clopton, Mo./Clopton-Elsberry Port Orange, Fla./Spruce Creek San Francisco, Calif./Santa Rosa Argyle, Texas/Argyle O’Fallon, Mo./Christian Land O’ Lakes, Fla./Land O’ Lakes St. Louis, Mo./Parkway North Fort Thomas, Ky./Highlands Kirkwood, Mo./Kirkwood Oakville, Mo./Vianney St. Louis, Mo./Riverview Gardens Blue Springs, Mo./Blue Springs South Florissant, Mo./McCluer North O’Fallon, Mo./Fort Zumwalt North

Head Coach Offensive Coordinator Defensive Coordinator Defensive Ends Defensive Backs Offensive Line Defensive Line Graduate Assistant (Running Backs) Graduate Assistant (Wide Receivers) Graduate Assistant (Linebackers) Graduate Assistant (Defensive Backs) Graduate Assistant (Quarterbacks) Graduate Assistant (Offensive Line) Student Assistant (Offensive Line)

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Jacob Heneisen Bobby McCabe J.T. Young Latham Johnson Matt Atley Josh Vaughn Kadre Pinder K.C. Giger Matt Andreolli Lucas Sandheinrich Ben Gomez Taylor Jasin Denodus O’Bryant Nate Orlando Sam Sealer Donnie Jennert Matt Angell Chase Stewart Alex Robinson Jordan Gater Andrew Helmick Jaron Alexander

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

UCM Defense 276 281 312 290 310 365 315 327 251 250 201 196 189 175 188 207 180 200 175 173 197 165

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DE NG DT DE LB LB LB CB SS FS CB

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David Bax Cody Wright Rico Wilson Russell Allen Ramond Hunter Reggie Dilworth Latavious Davis Adrian Perricone Joe Carter Alex Perlin Evan Knight Ricky Spratley Colin Hanna Chase Bollinger Paul Hughes Kenny Mings Brett Ginn Ryan Berry Patrick Lewis Connor Smith Alexis Reedus Kadarius Green

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

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2012 Lindenwood Statistical Leaders Team Statistics LWU SCORING 84 Points Per Game 42.0 FIRST DOWNS 43 Rushing 10 Passing 27 Penalty 6 RUSHING YARDAGE 218 Rushing Attempts 77 Average Per Rush 2.8 Average Per Game 109.0 TDs Rushing 4 PASSING YARDAGE 640 Comp-Att-Int 41-69-2 Average Per Pass 9.3 Average Per Catch 15.6 Average Per Game 320.0 TDs Passing 7 TOTAL OFFENSE 858 Total Plays 146 Average Per Play 5.9 Average Per Game 429.0 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 7-117 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 5-28 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 3-73 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 16.7 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 5.6 INT RETURN AVERAGE 24.3 FUMBLES-LOST 6-4 PENALTIES-Yards 24-192 Average Per Game 96.0 PUNTS-Yards 11-408 Average Per Punt 37.1 3RD-DOWN Conversions 15/32 3rd-Down Pct 47% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 1/5 4th-Down Pct 20% SACKS BY-Yards 10-60 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 12 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 0-0 PAT-ATTEMPTS (12-12) 100% Lindenwood Opponents

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1st 14 7

2nd 35 28

3rd 21 0

4th 14 7

OPP 42 21.0 29 13 9 7 158 66 2.4 79.0 2 365 36-69-3 5.3 10.1 182.5 3 523 135 3.9 261.5 14-291 6-131 2-34 20.8 21.8 17.0 2-2 24-231 115.5 20-581 29.0 6/34 18% 3/4 75% 4-27 6 0-1 (6-6) 100% Total 84 42

Rushing Att O’Bryant,Denodus 32 Byrd,Marvin 7 Orlando,Nate 12 Gilyard,Chris 6 Angell,Matt 1 Helmick,Andrew 1 Gomez,Ben 15 Total.......... 77 Opponents...... 66

Net Avg TD Long Avg/G 161 5.0 3 40 80.5 47 6.7 1 13 23.5 32 2.7 0 11 16.0 10 1.7 0 4 5.0 7 7.0 0 7 3.5 6 6.0 0 6 3.0 -46 -3.1 0 8 -23.0 218 2.8 4 40 109.0 158 2.4 2 26 79.0

Passing Cmp-Att-Int Pct Gomez,Ben 41-65-2 63.1 Jasin,Taylor 0-3-0 0.0 Total.......... 41-69-2 59.4 Opponents...... 36-69-3 52.2 Receiving No. Helmick,Andrew 9 Angell,Matt 8 Robinson,Alex 8 Alexander,Jaron 5 Byrd,Marvin 5 O’Bryant,Denodus 2 Sealer,Sam 2 Gater,Jordan 1 Stewart,Chase 1 Total.......... 41 Opponents...... 36

Yds 170 146 104 68 37 48 8 42 17 640 365

Yds TD Lng Avg/G 640 7 45 320.0 0 0 0 0.0 640 7 45 320.0 365 3 77 182.5

Avg TD Long Avg/G 18.9 3 35 85.0 18.2 2 40 73.0 13.0 0 45 52.0 13.6 1 32 34.0 7.4 1 16 18.5 24.0 0 38 24.0 4.0 0 9 4.0 42.0 0 42 21.0 17.0 0 17 8.5 15.6 7 45 320.0 10.1 3 77 182.5

Punt Returns Angell,Matt Harris,Connor Total.......... Opponents......

No. 4 1 5 6

Yds 18 10 28 131

Avg 4.5 10.0 5.6 21.8

TD Long 0 8 0 10 0 10 1 93

Kick Returns O’Bryant,Denodus Helmick,Andrew Harris,Connor Alexander,Jaron Total.......... Opponents......

No. 3 2 1 1 7 14

Yds 39 39 15 24 117 291

Avg 13.0 19.5 15.0 24.0 16.7 20.8

TD Long 0 21 0 29 0 15 0 24 0 29 0 44

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Field Goals FGM-FGA Pct. 0-29 30-39 40+ Lg Blk Neal,James 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 Punting No. Burns,Edward 9 Harris,Connor 2 Total.......... 11 Opponents......20

Yds 339 69 408 581

Avg Long TB 37.7 44 2 34.5 35 1 37.1 44 3 29.0 38 0

Defense TTTFL-Yds S-Yds Harris,Connor 17 1.0-4 0.0-0 Hawkins,Dillon 12 1.0-2 0.0-0 Radigan,Malach11 3.0-7 1.0-5 Gracy,Sean 10 3.0-12 1.0-6 Fogle,Cody 10 0.0-0 0.0-0 Day,Joe 8 3.0-10 2.0-9 Floyd,Chris 7 2.0-13 1.5-11 Granderson,Jaz 7 0.0-0 0.0-0 Chappell,AJ 7 1.0-5 0.0-0 Fulton,Chaz 7 1.5-9 1.0-8 Broome,Justin 5 0.0-0 0.0-0 McComb,Jon 4 1.5-10 1.5-10 Davis,Devin 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 Warren,Xavier 3 0.5-2 0.0-0 Pace,Stephen 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 Hagely,Jared 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 Desir,Pierre 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 Total.......... 145 23-99 10-60 Opponents...... 129 14-66 4-27

FC I20 Blkd 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 5 2 0

I-Yds FR-Yds FF Bk 0-0 1-0 1 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1-22 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 2-51 0-0 0 0 3-73 2-0 0 0 2-34 4-0 1 0

2012 Schedule/Results (2-0 Overall, 2-0 MIAA) Sept. 1 at Lincoln (Mo.)* W 49-28 Sept. 8 Southwest Baptist (Mo.)* W 35-14 Sept. 15 Central Missouri* 6 p.m. Sept. 21 Glenville State (W. Va.) 7 p.m. Sept. 29 Nebraska-Kearney* 1:30 p.m. Oct. 6 at Fort Hays State (Kan.)* 7 p.m. Oct. 13 at Emporia State (Kan.)* 2 p.m. Oct. 20 Washburn (Kan.)* 1:30 p.m. Oct. 27 Missouri Southern* 2:37 p.m. Nov. 3 at Pittsburg State (Kan.)* 2 p.m. Nov. 10 at Truman State (Mo.)* 1 p.m. * - MIAA Game


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Mark Schroeder Brian Berzanski Hulas King Elliott Taylor Logan Freeman Tycie Linneman Trevor McAllister Alan Shurling Kody Boles Drew Padget Colter Smith Mike Petersen Sean Gorman Josh Pickrell Lavance Taylor Corey Washington Clayton Cooper Ronrei Lloyd Anthony Kirkwood Kevin Johnson Ralph Watson Kyson Ginavan

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

Lindenwood Defense 310 285 280 300 300 270 325 305 280 270 240 215 225 225 185 195 205 190 185 215 185 200

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40 92 50 58 93 45 9 41 22 17 16 55 24 21 6 28 8 29 20 13 3 27

Joe Day Xavier Warren Malach Radigan James McDonald Chaz Fulton Chris Floyd Sean Gracy Jon McComb Dillon Hawkins Ashanti Wilson Connor Harris Alex Meraz A.J. Chappelle Brock Reed Justin Broome Corey King Jaz Granderson James Wofford Cody Fogle Jalin Brown Pierre Desir Sterling Thomas

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

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2012 Central Missouri Statistical Leaders Team Statistics UCM SCORING 57 Points Per Game 28.5 FIRST DOWNS 41 Rushing 12 Passing 25 Penalty 4 RUSHING YARDAGE 222 Rushing Attempts 51 Average Per Rush 4.4 Average Per Game 111.0 TDs Rushing 1 PASSING YARDAGE 631 Att-Comp-Int 59-90-4 Average Per Pass 7.0 Average Per Catch 10.7 Average Per Game 315.5 TDs Passing 6 TOTAL OFFENSE 853 Total Plays 141 Average Per Play 6.0 Average Per Game 426.5 KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS8-152 PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS7-36 INT RETURNS: #-YARDS 2-21 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 19.0 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 5.1 INT RETURN AVERAGE 10.5 FUMBLES-LOST 2-0 PENALTIES-YARDS 22-184 Average Per Game 92.0 PUNTS-YARDS 11-492 Average Per Punt 44.7 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS11/28 3rd-Down Pct 39% 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS0/3 4th-Down Pct 0% SACKS BY-YARDS 2-19 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 8 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 1-1 PAT-ATTEMPTS (6-7) 86% 1st Central Missouri7 Opponents 21

2nd 24 14

3rd 13 7

OPP 59 29.5 46 17 23 6 296 86 3.4 148.0 3 461 42-70-2 6.6 11.0 230.5 5 757 156 4.9 378.5 9-186 1-12 4-88 20.7 12.0 22.0 4-2 16-122 61.0 11-506 46.0 17/36 47% 2/3 67% 6-27 8 1-2 (6-6) 100% 4th 13 17

Total 57 59

Rushing Taylor,LaVance Watson,Ralph Smith,Colter Washington,Core Petersen,Mike Total.......... Opponents......

Att 34 1 10 2 4 51 86

Net Avg TD Long Avg/G 196 5.8 1 58 98.0 19 19.0 0 19 9.5 15 1.5 0 10 7.5 -2 -1.0 0 0 -1.0 -6 -1.5 0 5 -6.0 222 4.4 1 58 111.0 296 3.4 2 22 148.0

Passing Cmp-Att-Int Pct Smith,Colter 48-72-2 66.7 Petersen,Mike 11-18-2 61.1 Total.......... 59-90-4 65.6 Opponents...... 42-70-2 60.0 Receiving No. Lloyd,Ronrei 9 Taylor,LaVance 8 Cannon,David 7 Kirkwood,Anthon 7 Cooper,Clayton 6 Johnson,Kevin 6 Rosine,Cullen 3 Woods,Cody 3 Watson,Ralph 3 Ginavan,Kyson 3 Gorman,Sean 2 Adams,Jon 1 Washington,Core 1 Total.......... 59 Opponents...... 42

Yds 101 100 74 71 92 62 47 29 27 -1 12 14 3 631 461

Yds TD Lng Avg/G 551 6 62 275.5 80 0 18 80.0 631 6 62 315.5 461 5 42 230.5

Avg TD Long Avg/G 11.2 1 23 50.5 12.5 1 62 50.0 10.6 0 20 37.0 10.1 2 18 35.5 15.3 0 28 46.0 10.3 0 30 31.0 15.7 1 23 23.5 9.7 0 12 14.5 9.0 1 16 13.5 -0.3 0 3 -0.5 6.0 0 6 6.0 14.0 0 14 14.0 3.0 0 3 1.5 10.7 6 62 315.5 11.0 5 42 230.5

Punt Returns Cooper,Clayton Total.......... Opponents......

No. 7 7 1

Yds 36 36 12

Avg 5.1 5.1 12.0

TD Long 0 17 0 17 0 12

Kick Returns Cooper,Clayton Watson,Ralph Kirkwood,Anthony Total.......... Opponents......

No. 3 3 2 8 9

Yds 48 59 45 152 186

Avg 16.0 19.7 22.5 19.0 20.7

TD Long 0 23 0 23 0 27 0 27 0 40

Field Goals FGM-FGA Pct. 0-29 30-39 40+ Lg Blk Jamieson,Aaron 1-1 1.000 1-1 0-0 0-0 23 0 Punting No. Jordan,Matt 11 Total.......... 11 Opponents...... 11

Yds Avg Long TB 492 44.7 53 1 492 44.7 53 1 506 46.0 56 1

Defense TTTFL-Yds S-Yds Lewis,Patrick 19 0.5-1 0.0-0 Carter,Joe 17 1.0-4 0.0-0 Knight,Evan 16 1.0-1 0.0-0 Reedus,Alexis 16 2.0-4 0.0-0 Hunter,Raymond 11 1.0-4 0 Green,Kadarius11 0.0-0 0.0-0 Berry,Ryan 9 0.0-0 0.0-0 Hanna,Colin 9 0.0-0 0.0-0 Dilworth,Reggie 7 1.5-3 0.0-0 Smith,Connor 7 0.0-0 0.0-0 Spratley,Ricky 6 0.0-0 0.0-0 Bax,David 6 1.0-4 0.0-0 Perricone,Adria 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 Davis,Latavious 4 2.0-12 1.0-8 Ginn,Brett 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 Quines,Zach 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 Wilson,Rico 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 Total.......... 168 10-33 2-19 Opponents...... 149 12-44 6-27

FC I20 Blkd 2 6 0 2 6 0 1 2 0

I-Yds FR-Yds FF Bk 0-0 0-0 0 0 1-21 0-0 1 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0.0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-21 4-88

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-52 0-0

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0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

2012 Schedule/Results (1-1 Overall, 1-1 MIAA) Aug. 30 at Missouri Western* L 38-26 Sept. 8 Northwest Missouri* W 31-21 Sept. 15 at Lindenwood (Mo.)* 6 p.m. Sept. 20 vs. Truman (Mo.)* 7 p.m. Sept. 29 vs. Missouri Southern* 1:30 p.m. Oct. 6 at Pittsburg State (Kan.)* 2 p.m. Oct. 13 vs. Central Oklahoma* 1:30 p.m. Oct. 20 at Northeastern State (Okla.)* 2 p.m. Oct. 27 vs. Nebraska-Kearney* 1:30 p.m. Nov. 3 at Fort Hays State* 2 p.m. * - MIAA Game

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Anthony Kirkwood WR LaVance Taylor RB Zach Leinbaugh DB Paul Hughes DB Mike Petersen QB Aaron Jamieson K Ralph Watson WR Colter Smith QB Jon Adams TE David Cannon TE Matt Jordan P Alex Perlin LB Chase McCallum WR Boy Humphrey DB Joe Carter LB Richard Davila QB Martell Harris DB Keagan Prather DB Hayden Hawk QB Ryan Berry DB Alexis Reedus DB Clayton Cooper WR Brett Ginn DB Connor Smith DB Josh Holbert LB Kadarius Green DB Patrick Lewis DB Matt Thompson WR Kenny Mings DB Colin Hanna LB Corey Washington RB Ricky Spratley LB Chase Bollinger LB Sean Gorman FB Kellen Kempf RB Evan Campbell RB Tyler Burks FB Jordan Keeney LB Reggie Dilworth DL Layne Moore WR Ori Sahlfeld FB Ethan Yates RB Ovie Oghenejobo LB Ian Toalson TE James Tillman RB Sam Smith LB Taylor Ratzlaff LB Bruce Cabell DB Cameron Seitz OL Latavious Davis DE Terry Lee Jr. LB Evan Knight LB Tony Farias DL Zach Quines LB Ramond Hunter DL Lashad Bradford LB Brian Berzanski OL Scott Robinson DL Jason Venckus LB Hulas King OL Shayne Parsons OL Codey Davis K

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

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St. Louis, Mo./McCluer North Raytown, Mo./Raytown Omaha, Neb./Millard West St. Louis, Mo./Hazelwood East Overland Park, Kan./Blue Valley NW Cassville, Mo./Cassville St. Louis, Mo./McCluer North Ogden, Utah/Ben Lomond Blue Springs, Mo./Blue Springs St. Louis, Mo./Hazelwood East Ozark, Mo./Ozark Alpine, Calif./Steele Canyon Coconut Creek, Fla./Pompano Beach Fairfield, Calif./Benicia Grandview, Mo./Grandview Shawnee, Kan./St. Thomas Aquinas Minneapolis, Minn./Roosevelt Hamilton, Mo./Penny-Hamilton Coppell, Texas/Coppell Corona, Calif./Corona Santiago St. Louis, Mo./Mehlville Springtown, Texas/Springtown Arlington, Texas/Shawnee Mission Rogersville, Mo./Logan Rogersville Overland Park, Kan./Blue Valley NW Kirkwood, Mo./Vianney Kansas City, Mo./Park Hill Leeton, Mo./Leeton Shawnee, Kan./Shawnee Mission West Maryland Heights, Mo./Pattonville Palmdale, Calif./Palmdale St. Louis, Mo./Desmet Eureka, Mo./Eureka Park Hill, Mo./Park Hill Boonville, Mo./Boonville Kansas City, Mo./Staley Belton, Mo./Belton Nixa, Mo./Nixa St. Louis, Mo./McCluer North Wahoo, Neb./Wahoo Knob Noster, Mo./Knob Noster Raytown, Mo./Raytown Raytown, Mo./Raytown Savannah, Mo./Lafayette Kansas City, Mo./Center Crestwood, Mo./Lindbergh Wichita, Kan./Maize Chicago, Ill./North Chicago Napoleon, Mo./Wellington-Napoleon Blakely, Ga./Early County Grandview, Mo./Grandview Maryland Heights, Mo./Pattonville Mission, Texas/Sharyland Miliani, Hawaii/Miliani St. Louis, Mo./Brentwood St. Louis, Mo./Sumner Chicago, Ill./Vernon Hills Chicago, Ill./Morgan Park Chicago, Ill./St. Laurence Florissant, Mo./McCluer North Independence, Mo./Fort Osage Chesterfield, Mo./Parkway Central

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Alex Cable OL Mark Schroeder OL Alan Shurling OL Terry Foston OL Elliott Taylor OL Zach Gebhardt K Devon Eberth DE Levander Brown OL Logan Freeman OL Kody Boles OL Josh German DL Tycie Linneman OL Drew Padget OL Malcolm Whitelaw OL Trevor McAllister OL John Grinde WR Cody Woods TE Antwan Jackson WR Darrien Bruster WR Ronrei Lloyd WR Kevin Johnson WR Cullen Rosine WR Josh Pickrell TE Kyson Ginavan WR Russell Allen DL Adrian Perricone DE Will Frazier DE Jordyn Butler DL David Bax DE Rico Wilson DL Deonte McDonald DE Garrett Larson LS Cody Wright DE Anthony Saputo DL

Jim Svoboda Josh Lamberson Matt Jeter Chuck Clemens Hank McClung Kyle Westphal Kollin Ahern Chris Cabe Josh Christian-Young Tommy Corwin Adam Peterson Ke’Andre Sams Cody Scribner Damon Paul

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MIAA Standings/Stats 2012 MIAA STANDINGS Emporia State Lindenwood Missouri Southern Pittsburg State Truman Washburn Missouri Western Central Missouri Northwest Missouri Central Oklahoma Fort Hays State Lincoln Nebraska-Kearney Northeastern State Southwest Baptist

W 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

L 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2

MIAA PF PA 99 84 52 75 66 69 38 57 21 39 38 40 49 41 28

53 42 41 39 26 34 26 59 31 59 86 91 82 68 59

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Overall PF PA 99 84 52 75 66 69 94 57 54 39 38 40 49 41 28

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TEAM LEADERS

Central Oklahoma at Emporia State

1:00 p.m.

Pittsburg State at Southwest Baptist

1:00 p.m.

Fort Hays State at Northwest Missouri

1:00 p.m.

Missouri Southern at Lincoln

2:00 p.m.

Northeastern State at Washburn

6:00 p.m.

Nebraska-Kearney at Missouri Western 6:00 p.m. Central Missouri at Lindenwood

6:00 p.m.

Northwestern Oklahoma at Truman

7:00 p.m.

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

Scoring Offense Emporia State Missouri Western Lindenwood Pittsburg State Washburn Truman Central Missouri Northwest Missouri Missouri Southern Nebraska-Kearney Northeastern State Lincoln Central Oklahoma Fort Hays State Southwest Baptist

Pts/G 49.5 47.0 42.0 37.5 34.5 33.0 28.5 27.0 26.0 24.5 20.5 20.0 19.5 19.0 14.0

Scoring Defense Missouri Western Truman Northwest Missouri Washburn Pittsburg State Missouri Southern Lindenwood Emporia State Central Missouri Central Oklahoma Southwest Baptist Northeastern State Nebraska-Kearney Fort Hays State Lincoln

Pts/G 13.0 13.0 17.0 17.0 19.5 20.5 21.0 26.5 29.5 29.5 29.5 34.0 41.0 43.0 45.5

Total Offense Pittsburg State Emporia State Missouri Western Central Missouri Lindenwood Washburn Truman Northwest Missouri Northeastern State Nebraska-Kearney Missouri Southern Central Oklahoma Southwest Baptist Fort Hays State Lincoln

Yds/G 530.0 517.5 440.5 434.5 429.0 428.0 400.0 366.5 362.5 362.0 329.0 292.5 277.0 274.5 257.5

Total Defense Lindenwood Truman Missouri Southern Washburn Missouri Western Emporia State Southwest Baptist Pittsburg State Northwest Missouri Central Missouri Nebraska-Kearney Central Oklahoma Northeastern State Lincoln Fort Hays State

Yds/G 261.5 273.0 294.0 297.5 321.5 339.0 358.0 361.0 364.5 378.5 396.0 398.0 461.0 471.0 549.5

Rushing Offense Missouri Western Missouri Southern Washburn Pittsburg State Truman Nebraska-Kearney Emporia State Central Oklahoma Fort Hays State Central Missouri Lindenwood Northeastern State Northwest Missouri Southwest Baptist Lincoln

Yds/G 307.0 287.0 193.0 193.0 155.0 143.0 127.0 123.0 117.5 111.0 109.0 97.0 96.5 83.0 77.5

Rushing Defense Missouri Western Missouri Southern Lindenwood Truman Northwest Missouri Nebraska-Kearney Emporia State Washburn Southwest Baptist Lincoln Pittsburg State Central Missouri Fort Hays State Central Oklahoma Northeastern State

Yds/G 67.5 76.5 79.0 81.5 84.0 106.5 130.0 130.5 131.0 133.0 143.5 148.0 213.5 225.5 254.5

Passing Offense Emporia State Pittsburg State Central Missouri Lindenwood Northwest Missouri Northeastern State Truman Washburn Nebraska-Kearney Southwest Baptist Lincoln Central Oklahoma Fort Hays State Missouri Western Missouri Southern

Yds/G 390.5 337.0 323.5 320.0 270.0 265.5 245.5 235.0 219.0 194.0 180.0 169.5 157.0 133.5 42.0

Passing Defense Washburn Central Oklahoma Lindenwood Truman Northeastern State Emporia State Pittsburg State Missouri Southern Southwest Baptist Central Missouri Missouri Western Northwest Missouri Nebraska-Kearney Fort Hays State Lincoln

Yds/G 176.0 172.5 182.5 191.5 206.5 209.0 217.5 217.5 227.0 230.5 254.0 280.5 289.5 336.0 338.0

Rushing Hill,Michael-MWSU Birmingham,Joshua.-UCO Cox,Kellen-MSSU Taylor,LaVance-UCM O’Bryant,Denodus-LWU Dixon,Terrance-NSU Brown,Addie-FHSU Mosquera,Will-TSU Groves,Hayden-WU Stewart,Kameron-WU

Yds/G 189.5 102.5 98.5 98.0 80.5 80.5 76.0 74.0 62.0 60.0

Tackles Jones,Langston-NSU Johnson,Victor-NSU Gander,DJ-NWMSU Hubert,Austin-FHSU Kuck,Sam-UNK Alli,Yomi-MWSU Lewis,Patrick-UCM Otwell,Austin-SBU Harmon,Brad-UCO Taylor,Jahmil-WU

Passing Eckenrode,Tyler-ESU Abenoja,Anthony-PSU Gomez, Ben-LWU Smith,Colter-UCM Adams,Trevor-NWMSU Deaton,Johnny.-NSU Schottel,Conrad-TSU Buhler,Mitch-WU Connors,Dan-SBU Kaiser,Aric-UNK

Yds/G 390.5 337.0 320.0 283.5 268.0 265.5 218.0 215.5 194.0 175.5

Interceptions Dixon,Brandon-NWMSU Elliott,Michael-TSU Desir,Pierre-LWU Williams,Brandon-UCO Poston,Chris-ESU Resseguie,Kirk-MWSU Thompson,Marcus-MWSU McMillan,Reggie-LU Disney,Tyler-PSU Simpson,Shane-MWSU

Receiving Richardson,Shjuan-ESU Brown,John-PSU Young,Bryce-NWMSU Sherman,Jermaine.-NSU Braine,Khiry-LU Helmick,Andrew-LWU Lauderdale,Drew-SBU Castaneda,Andrew-PSU Grier,Dallas-TSU Coleman,Jahmai-NSU

Yds/G 176.0 133.5 108.0 105.0 98.0 85.0 83.0 81.5 78.5 75.5

Sacks Matthews,Aaron-ESU Elliot,Arbanas-MWSU Day,Joe-LWU Jones,Jeremy-FHSU Floyd,Chris-LWU Byrd,Herbert-UCO Bausby,De’Vante-PSU Longacre,Matt-NWMSU Radigan,Malach-LWU McComb,Jon-LWU

Avg/G 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Avg/G 2.25 2.00 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50

Scoring (Non-kicking) Hill,Michael-MWSU Dixon,Terrance-NSU Frazell,Connor-PSU Jonas,Derek-ESU Morris,Jacob-LU O’Bryant,Denodus-LWU Mosquera,Will-TSU Lehner,Adam-UNK Richardson,Shjuan-ESU Helmick,Andrew-LWU

Pts/G 15.0 12.0 10.5 9.5 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0

Tackles For Loss Schwieger,Dex-UNK Otwell,Austin-SBU Chappelear,Travis-NWMSU Matthews,Aaron-ESU Stanten,Khalif-LU Atagi,Bryce-WU Gracy,Sean-LWU Jones,Kamrhan-ESU Blackmon,Darryl-LU Phillips,Ryon-MSSU

Scoring (kicking) Frazell,Connor-PSU Jonas,Derek-ESU Anderson,Taylor-MWSU Linn,Jeremy-WU Neal,James-LWU Koon,Derek-TSU Jamieson,Aaron-UCM Herndon,Dallas-MSSU O’Brien,Drew-FHSU Adolf,Todd-NWMSU

Pts/G 10.5 9.5 8.0 7.5 6.0 6.0 4.5 4.0 4.0 4.0

Punting Knopp,Griffin-PSU Goodburn,Kyle-NWMSU Groner,Scott-NWSU Hummert,Aaron-WU Jordan,Matt-UCM Reeves,Corey-UCO Beers,Dylan-NSU Flanagan,Tommy-UNK Owens,Cameron-FHSU O’Neill,Dominic-MSSU

Avg/G 11.5 11.0 10.5 10.5 10.0 10.0 9.5 9.0 9.0 9.0 Total 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

Avg 47.5 45.6 44.4 43.8 43.3 42.3 40.0 39.6 39.3 38.4

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Women’s Soccer Off to Good Start The Lady Lions soccer squad opened its inaugural MIAA season with a strong defensive showing in its first two games. Lindenwood recorded a 0-0 tie against the University of Illinois-Springfield, and a decisive 2-0 shutout victory over MissouriSt. Louis. The Lady Lions appear to have carried over its strong defensive theme from last season when the squad recorded four shutouts, three of which were wins and one ended in a tie. “We’ve had a good start to the season, obviously when you’re able to record shutouts you are very happy,” said head coach Laurie Kaminski. “Good defense is a result of three things; first organization, we worked on staying in formation over the off-season, second, communication, and third, teamwork.” The Lady Lions double-overtime draw to open the season came after playing through rain and a 20-minute stoppage due to the weather at Hunter Stadium. Junior goalkeeper JJade Davis recorded seven saves to keep her team’s sheet clean for the match. Lindenwood defeated Missouri-St. Louis 2-0 in its second game of the season, on goals by Courtney Bresnahan and Davah Bruce,

both coming in the first half. After the victory on Sunday the team has played a continuous 200 minutes of shutout soccer. “We worked a lot this pre-season on our defensive shape, and keeping this organization has helped us to keep the ball out of the back,” said Kaminski. “I’m very happy with the defense, obviously, and as far as goal scoring, it will come.” Prior to last Tuesday’s game against Maryville, the Lady Lions were 1-0-1 and are already halfway to last season’s shutout mark. Davis was named MIAA player of the week for her performance during those two contests. The Lady Lions primary defensive players include senior Bridget Devereux, who returns in her final season after aiding in last season’s shutout of Rogers State. Ashley Kulavic, a junior, returns after starting 17 games last season. Also returning, as a junior, is Taylor Buehne, who came to Lindenwood as a forward, but has since relocated to defense. Victoria Teahan will return to the Lady Lions defense in her junior season after she started 18 contests in the 2010 season.

Around Campus The fall sports season at Lindenwood is in full swing. There is a lot going on around the campus and teams are already making their marks. The men’s soccer team is coming off a very successful week. It started with the Lions dominating the Maryville Saints 4-0. Andre Hayne scored two goals and Fermin Hughes collected his second shutout of the year in goal. The final game of the week matched Lindenwood up against the No. 19 team in the country, Christian Brothers. The contest headed into overtime tied at one. With just under two minutes to play in the extra period, Eric Olvera scored to win the game 2-1. Women’s volleyball traveled to Arkansas for the Arkansas Tech Spikefest. The Lady Lions finished the weekend with a record of 2-2. On the first day of the tournament, Lindenwood beat Arkansas Tech in five sets but then fell to Central Oklahoma. The second day was another split for the Lady Lions. McKendree beat Lindenwood in the first game of the day 3-2. To close out the tournament, the Lady Lions beat Arkansas at Monticello in three straight sets. After the tournament, Kaila

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Schrimf and Katie Weber were named to the all-tournament team. Field hockey has started off its season with a record of 2-3. This past weekend the Lady Lions went 1-1. The first game was a 6-0 win for Lindenwood, and the team finished its trip to Pennsylvania losing 1-0 to Slippery Rock. The women’s golf team had its first competition of the season this past week. Lindenwood placed fourth out of seven teams at the William Jewell Cardinal Fall Tune up. Lindenwood finished in fourth with a 676 after shooting rounds of 336 and 340. Madelyn Piccinni tied for second overall with a two-round score of 156.

Upcoming Home Events Sept. 16

M Soccer vs. Ouachita Baptist, 1 p.m. W Soccer vs . Mo. Western, 3:30 p.m.

Sept. 18

W Soccer vs. Columbia, 7:30 p.m.

Sept. 20

M Soccer vs. Truman State, 7:30 p.m.


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Meet the 2012 Lions

Jaron Alexander

matt andreolli

Matt angell

Blake Arnette

Matt Atley

Fr. - WR

Sr. - OL

Sr. - WR

Jr. - WR

Sr. - OL

justin broome

jalin brown

terrence brunson

ed burns

marvin byrd

sr. - cb

fr. - db

sr. - CB

Fr. - P

So. - RB

gabe caine

tim celestine

a.j. chappelle

Devin Davis

steven davis

So. - RB

sr. - WR

Fr. - LB

Fr. - LB

sr. - ol

joe day

p.j. debey

jackson dennis

pierre desir

chris floyd

Sr. - DE

fr. - te

Fr. - dt

jr. - cb

jt. - dt

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cody fogle

chaz fulton

jordan gater

k.c. Giger

chris gilyard

sr. - db

do. - dt

fr. - WR

sr. - ol

fr. - rb

ben gomez

sean gracy

jaz granderson

nick grubbs

jared hagely

jr. - qb

Sr. - de

Sr. - dB

so. - lB

Fr. - lb

connor harris

dillon hawkins

austin heath

andrew helmick

jacob heneisen

Fr. - lb

So. - lb

fr. - ol

Sr. - wr

so. - ol

blake horne

taylor jasin

donnie jennert

filip Joensson

latham johnson

Fr. - wr

sr. - qb

so. - wr

jr. - rb

fr. - ol

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corey king

wes kuhn

tyler matzke

tevin mccaskill

jon mccomb

Fr. - cb

so. - lb

fr. - dt

Jr. - cb

Sr. - de

jacob mcdermott

james mcdonald

alex meraz

dillon miller

travis mitchell

fr. - wr

fr. - dt

Sr. - lb

Fr. - qb

Fr. - WR

wyatt mohrmann

james neal

denodus o’bryant

anderson oliva

nate orlando

Fr. - ol

jr. - pk

sr. - RB

jr. - pk

sr. - rb

stephen pace

kadre pinder

malach radigan

brock reed

cody reider

Fr. - LB

sr. - ol

sr. - dt

sr. - lB

Sr. - DE

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wilson rigg

tony ritzman

alex robinson

sam sealer

chase stewart

Fr. - ol

Sr. - lb

so. - WR

fr. - WR

So. - wr

thomas stubbs

justin taylor

sterling thomas

joshua vaughn

xavier warren

Jr. - te

fr. - de

fr. - CB

so. - ol

so. - de

ashanti watson

james wofford

j.t. young

jose zuniga

jr. - lb

jr. - dB

fr. - ol

jr. - OL

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Harlen C. Hunter Stadium

Hunter Stadium is one of the busiest places on campus throughout the year. It is the home for Lindenwood football, men’s and women’s soccer, field hockey, and both men’s and women’s lacrosse programs. The stadium was built in 1976 by the St. Louis football Cardinals as a place to hold their training camp. In 1988, the stadium was renovated and a new artificial turf was installed. Eleven years later in 1999, Hunter Stadium debuted a new turf called Astro Play. After the 2004 season, Hunter Stadium underwent its biggest renovation. The stadium was completely renovated, including end zone seating and a brand new two-story press box. In 2009, the playing surface at the facility was replaced with Enviroturf. The facility has hosted NAIA football playoff games in 2004, 2008, 2009, and 2010, and the NAIA Women’s Soccer National Championships in 2001 and 2002. The last three seasons the St. Louis Rams held training camp scrimmages at Hunter Stadium. All three games drew over 5,000 specators. During the NFL Lockout in 2011, several St. Louis Rams players chose Lindenwood for offseason training. The stadium is named after Dr. Harlen C. Hunter, who founded the St. Louis Orthopedic Sports Medicine Clinic in Chesterfield in 1979, the first clinic of its kind in the St. Louis area. Hunter was the key to the upgrades of the playing surface in 1988.

The New Home of Lindenwood Athletics The Lindenwood University Student-Athlete Center is a 43,450-square-foot athletic building with an academic support center, new locker rooms for football and other Hunter Stadium sports, coaches’ offices, and a Hall of Fame Room. The building opens in early September. The ground floor of the building will house home and visitor locker rooms and athletic training facilities. The nearly 3,000-square-foot academic success center is on the second floor, along with locker rooms for men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s lacrosse, and field hockey. The third floor overlooks the bleachers and the scoreboard, and consists of coaches’ offices, a Hall of Fame Room, and meeting rooms.

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Lindenwood Year-by-Year Home Records

Pat Ross Era 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

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Football Records Lindenwood Team Single-Game Records TOTAL OFFENSE Most Plays 98 vs. Culver-Stockton (2000) Most Yards Gained 735 vs. Culver-Stockton (2010)

RUSHING Most Rushes 63 vs. Culver-Stockton (1997) Most Yards Gained 376 vs. Culver-Stockton (2010) Most Touchdowns 8 vs. Culver-Stockton (2010)

PASSING Most Attempts 62 vs. Culver-Stockton (2000)

Most Yards Gained 552 vs. Evangel (2010)

DEFENSE

Most Touchdowns Passes 6 vs. Baker (2010)

SCORING Most Points, Game 90 vs. Culver-Stockton (2010) Most Points, Quarter 37 vs. Ottawa (2009)

Fewest Total Offense Yards Allowed 77 vs. Central Methodist (2004) Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed -7 vs. Peru State (1992) Fewest Passing Yards Allowed 29 vs. Missouri Valley (1991) Most Interceptions 6 vs. St. Xavier (1993)

Most Points, Half 49 vs. Evangel (2010)

Most Yards on Interception Returns 125 vs. Evangel (2006)

Most Touchdowns 13 vs. Culver-Stockton (2010) Most Field Goals Made 4 vs. Avila (2007)

Most Completions 35 vs. Culver-Stockton (2000)

Most Fumble Recoveries 7 vs. Trinity International (1991) Most Turnovers 9 vs. Trinity International (1991)

Lindenwood Team Season Records TOTAL OFFENSE Most Plays 887 (2008) Most Yards Gained 6,894 (2009)

RUSHING Most Rushes 506 (2004) Most Yards Gained 2,796 (2009)

Most Yards Gained 4,098 (2009)

Most Interceptions 23 (2008, 2009)

Most Touchdowns Passes 42 (2010)

Fewest Points Allowed 152 (2004)

SCORING

Fewest Points Allowed Per Game 12.7 (2004)

Most Points 744 (2009) Most Points Per Game 53.1 (2009)

DEFENSE

Most Touchdowns 49 (2009)

Fewest Total Offense Yards Allowed 2,981 (2004)

PASSING

Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed 95.5 (2004)

Most Attempts 437 (2008) Most Completions 282 (2009)

MISC. Most Consecutive Victories 744 (2009) Consecutive Games without being shutout 95 (2003- Present) Most Defensive Shutouts 2 (1991, 1995)

Fewest Passing Yards Allowed 1,476 (1995)

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Football Records Lindenwood Individual Single-Game Records Most Yards Gained 445, Ben Kisner vs. Morningside (2008)

TOTAL OFFENSE Most Plays 56, Mike Hofbauer vs. Evangel (2000)

Most Touchdowns Passes 6. Philip Staback vs. Baker (2010)

Most Yards Gained 458, Philip Staback vs. Baker (2010)

RECEIVING

RUSHING

Most Receptions 15, Mike Wyrick vs. Culver-Stockton (2000)

Most Rushes 43, DeDe Dorsey vs. Graceland (2005)

Most Yards Gained 184, George Mumphard vs. MNU (2005)

Most Yards Gained 271, DeDe Dorsey vs. Graceland (2005)

Most Touchdowns 3, two times

Most Touchdowns 6, DeDe Dorsey vs. Graceland (2005)

SCORING Most Points Scored 36, DeDe Dorsey vs. Graceland (2005)

PASSING Most Attempts 58, Mike Hofbauer vs. Baker (2000)

Most Touchdowns Scored 6, DeDe Dorsey vs. Graceland (2005)

Most Completions 32, Ben Kisner vs. Morningside (2008)

LONGEST PLAY Rush 84, Richard Murrell vs. Georgetown (2007) Pass 88, Cory Nesslage vs. Peru State (1994) Interception Return 100, Larry Gladney vs. Culver-Stockton (2006) 100, Derek Coxson vs. Evangel (2006) Punt Return 89, Cornelius Campbell vs. Graceland (1999) Kickoff Return 97, Tony Tobias vs. Olivet Nazarene (2000) 97, McCray Harris vs. Mo Valley (2006) Field Goal 52, Steve Pinkerton vs. SW Minn. (1992) Punt 81, Zac Atterberry vs. William Jewell (2004)

Football Records Lindenwood Individual Records TOTAL OFFENSE SINGLE SEASON Most Plays 430, Ben Kisner (2008) Most Yards Gained 3,596, Philip Staback (2009)

RUSHING SINGLE SEASON Most Rushes 280, DeDe Dorsey (2005) Most Yards Gained 1,600 DeDe Dorsey (2005) Most Touchdowns 16, DeDe Dorsey (2005)

PASSING SINGLE SEASON Most Attempts 411, Ben Kisner (2008) Most Completions 263, Ben Kisner (2008)

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Most Yards Gained 3,655, Ben Kisner (2008) Most Touchdowns Passes 36, Philip Staback (2009)

RECEIVING SINGLE SEASON Most Receptions 67, Rudy Fleming (2008) Most Yards Gained 1,056. Rudy Fleming (2008)

CAREER RECORDS Most Rushing Yards Gained 2,639, Marceo Haywood (1998-99) Most Rushing Touchdowns 28 Marceo Haywood (1998-99) Most Passing Yards 8,546, Ben Kisner (2005-08) Most Touchdowns Passes 70, Philip Staback (2009-10)

Most Touchdowns 12, Matt Bramow (2009), Andrew Helmick (2011) Most Receptions 136, Matt Bramow (2008-10)

SCORING SINGLE SEASON

Most Points Scored 144, Denodus O’Bryant (2009)

Most Receving Yards 2,036, Rudy Fleming (2008-09)

Most Touchdowns Scored 24, Denodus O’Bryant (2009)

Most Receiving Touchdowns 24, Matt Bramow (2008-10)

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ABOUT LINDENWOOD With her husband, Major George Sibley, pioneer educator Mary Sibley founded Lindenwood as a school for young women in 1827. Lindenwood was committed to combining professional issues with academic pursuits, the social with the intellectual, and the spiritual with the physical. In short, Mary Sibley brought holistic higher education to the American frontier. Lindenwood became a Presbyterian college in 1853 and still maintains a historical relationship with the Presbyterian Church. In 1918, Lindenwood became a four-year college, and in 1969, Lindenwood attempted to strengthen its financial base by becoming co-ed. The school altered its name in 1974. The Lindenwood Colleges referred to the school’s individual operations for men and women and also to its accelerated evening program, The Lindenwood College for Individualized Education, and its graduate programs. During the ‘70s and ‘80s, the school struggled with a changing economy and accumulated substantial indebtedness. Enrollments began to decline, and by the spring of 1989, the number of day

students had dropped below 1,000. As well, institutional change during those decades had led to some loss of clarity of mission. In view of these fiscal and cultural challenges, the Board of Directors resolved to “refound” the school by returning to the fundamental precepts of individualized, holistic, values-oriented higher education that combines the practical with the academic. A president experienced in financial management and organizational revitalization was hired to lead the whole Lindenwood community in its collective renewal initiative. The result was a period of rapid growth and innovation that enabled the College to become the higher-education leader that it is today. At the height of its revival, Lindenwood College became Lindenwood University in 1997. Enrollment burgeoned, and new construction arrived in late 1997 with the Hyland Performance Arena. By 1998-99, the annual enrollment approached 9,500, the faculty was growing, and the school balanced its budgets and increased revenues. In 2000, Lindenwood dedicated the first of eight new residence halls to be constructed over the next decade—the first such construction in more than 30 years. In 2002, Lindenwood built the beautiful new Spellmann Campus Center. The 136,000-square-foot J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts opened in 2008. The growth has not slowed. Additional construction has included expansion and renovation of Harmon Hall, now the home of the Lindenwood University School of Business and Entrepreneurship, and the 120,000-square-foot Evans Commons opened to great fanfare in 2011. A new athletics building is being added in 2012 adjacent to Harlen Hunter Stadium, corresponding with Lindenwood’s transition to the NCAA, Division II. Academically, Lindenwood has grown as well with extension of its longstanding general accreditation, the additional of numerous specialized accreditations for individual programs, and the addition of a number of degree programs, including the school’s first doctoral degrees in the School of Education. Mary Sibley ran a tightly managed school with a resourceful spirit and a clear purpose. She would have been proud of today’s Lindenwood.

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