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Muhlenberg College Football 2000 to 2015 CC Players of the Year Joshua Carter WR/KR 2000

Justin Jones QB 2002

.688 WINNING PERCENTAGE 7 CENTENNIAL CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS 12 POSTSEASON APPEARANCES 16 ALL-AMERICANS

Kodi Shay WR/KR 2003

Ryan Peer LB 2004

4 CC OFFENSIVE PLAYERS OF THE YEAR 4 CC DEFENSIVE PLAYERS OF THE YEAR 2 CC ROOKIES OF THE YEAR 2004 NCAA STATISTICAL CHAMPION (TOTAL DEFENSE) FINISHED #8 IN FINAL DIVISION III POLL OF 2007

Dan McCall LB 2005

John DeLuca RB 2008

6 ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS 112 SELECTIONS TO CC ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL

FROM 2002 TO 2014 EVERY FRESHMAN CLASS PLAYED IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT Matt Rathbun LB 2008

Patrick McDonough LB 2010

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Muhlenberg College Football 2016

Quick Facts Muhlenberg College Location......................... Allentown, PA 18104 Founded......................... 1848 Enrollment..................... 2,200 Web Site......................... www.muhlenberg.edu Affiliation....................... NCAA Division III Conference..................... Centennial Conference Nickname....................... Mules Colors............................ Cardinal Red & Grey Home Stadium................ Scotty Wood Stadium Home Field..................... Frank Marino Field Surface........................... AstroTurf GameDay Grass 3D Capacity......................... 3,000 Year Built....................... 1998 (resodded 2008)

Management President ....................... John I. Williams Dean of Students............. Allison Gulati Athletic Director............. Corey Goff Associate Director........... Megan Patruno S.W.A............................. Megan Eddinger Athletics Phone............... (484) 664-3380 Athletics Fax................... (484) 664-3035 Head Athletic Trainer...... Steve Nemes Assoc. Athletic Trainer..... Lindsay Porembo Asst. Athletic Trainer....... Sean Morse Asst. Athletic Trainer....... Jamie Scalise

Football Head Coach.................... Mike Donnelly (Ithaca ’75) Record at Muhlenberg...... 131-72 (19 seasons)

Contents Muhlenberg College

Schedule Varsity

Overall Record................ same

Football Facilities............................5

September

Office Phone................... (484) 664-3385

Management/Support Staff............. 6

Fri

2 at Wilkes............................. 7:00

E-mail........................... mdonnell@muhlenberg.edu

Muhlenberg Athletics..................... 7

SAT

10 * FRANKLIN & MARSHALL..... 1:00

Assistant Coaches:

Centennial Conference................... 7

Sat

17 * at McDaniel......................... 2:00

  Nate Milne (offensive coordinator/offensive line)

The 2016 Mules

SAT 24 * JOHNS HOPKINS................. 2:00

  Joshua Carter (special teams coordinator/quarterbacks)

Notebook................................... 2-4

  Greg DeLade (defensive line)

Coaching Staff............................8-9

  Eric Keiner (wide receivers)

Roster......................................10-11

  Nick Paradise (tight ends/H-backs)

Captains.................................. 12-13

  Colin Schaeffer (outside linebackers)

Returning Players..................... 14-23

  Joel Sheldon (assistant special teams/DFO)

Newcomers..............................24-25

Sat

Opponents.................................... 31

November

Support........................................ 52

SAT

5 * URSINUS ............................ 1:00

Team Photo/Schedule........ back cover

Sat

12 * at Moravian........................ 12:00

  Lenny Smith (inside linebackers)   Maurice Stallings (running backs) 2015 Record.................... 8-3 (7-2 Centennial) Letters Returning/Lost..... 26/26 Starters Returning/Lost... 16/8 (O 8/3, D 8/3, S 0/2) Offense.......................... Multiple Defense.......................... 3-4 All-Time Record.............. 512-502-41 (.505) First Season.................... 1900 CC Championships.......... 1983, 1986, 2001, 2002, 2003,

2004, 2007, 2008, 2010

Athletic Communications

The 2015 Mules Review/Statistics..................... 26-27 Game Summaries.....................28-30

October Sat

1 * at Susquehanna....................1:00

SAT

15 * GETTYSBURG...................... 1:00

SAT 22 * JUNIATA............................. 1:00 29 * at Dickinson.........................1:00

* Centennial Conference

Junior Varsity

History Mule Football Timeline............. 32-33

September

All-Time Results......................34-38

MON 5 KING’S............................... 7:00

Series Records/Coaches’ Records.... 39

Mon 12 at Gettysburg....................... 4:00

Individual Records................... 40-43 Team Records...............................44 All-Time Letterwinners............45-49 Honor Roll............................... 50-51

Director.......................... Mike Falk

Team Awards................................ 52

Office Phone................... (484) 664-3232

NCAA Leaders............................... 53

MON 19 WILKES.............................. 7:00 MON 26 DELAWARE VALLEY...........7:00

October Sun 30 at Albright............................ 1:30

Fax ................................ (484) 664-3477 E-mail........................... falk@muhlenberg.edu Assistant Director........... Cory Smith Office Phone................... (484) 664-3168 E-mail........................... csmith@muhlenberg.edu

Credits: The 2016 football yearbook was produced by the Muhlenberg College Athletic Communications Office. Editor, Mike Falk; Assistant Editor, Cory Smith; Photography, Amico Studio, Bob Brandmeir, Bill Johnson, Jim O’Connor (NJSportPics.com), Lisa Youngentob ’12 and Muhlenberg Sports Information; Printing, Gillespie Printing of Allentown, Pa. (610-264-1863).


Notebook

2 Sustained Success

The ’27 Mules

Muhlenberg is in the midst of one of the most impressive stretches of success in Centennial Conference history. Since the CC expanded to nine teams in 2007, Muhlenberg has recorded at least seven league wins in eight of nine seasons. The Mules are 43-11 (.796) in the CC over the last six years, with five 7-2 finishes and an 8-1 record in 2014. They tied for the title in 2010, finished in sole possession of second place every year from 2011 to 2014 and tied for second last year. The only other CC teams to finish first or second in six straight years are Dickinson (1987-95), McDaniel (1997-2002) and Johns Hopkins (2008-present).

For the first time in 88 years, Muhlenberg will begin a season with an alltime record that’s 10 games above .500. The Mules ended 1927 with an all-time mark of 104-94-21 and dropped their first three games of the 1928 season. They slipped below .500 during the 1931 campaign and remained there until 2014, when they defeated McDaniel to run their record to 498-497-41. Muhlenberg’s low-water mark came midway through the 1998 season, when a 34-31 loss at Johns Hopkins dropped its all-time record to 61 games under .500. The Mules have made up that ground quickly, going 129-58 (.690) over their last 187 games to get back to, and over, .500.

Headed to the Post Muhlenberg received a bid to the Centennial-MAC Bowl Series last year its 12th postseason bid in 16 seasons (7 NCAA, 4 ECAC, 1 Centennial-MAC). Every Mule freshman class from 1999 to 2014 played in at least one NCAA Tournament.

Winning with Class This year’s seniors need nine wins to become the all-time winningest class in Muhlenberg history. The record of 33 wins over a four-year period was tied by last year’s seniors. The football senior class of 2016 enters its final season with a career mark of 25-8.

most wins by a Muhlenberg senior class years played 2012-2015 2000-2003 2011-2014 2001-2004 1999-2002 2010-2013 2007-2010

record 33-11 33-11 32-11 32-12 32-12 30-13 30-14

Survey Says Muhlenberg came in second in the Centennial Conference preseason poll for the third year in a row.

year poll finish 2016 second 2015 second second (tied) 2014 second second 2013 fourth second 2012 third second 2011 third second 2010 sixth first (tied) 2009 second seventh (tied) 2008 first first 2007 fifth first

Home Sweet Home Muhlenberg will not have to leave the Lehigh Valley to play an opponent that had a winning record in 2015. In their first two home games, the Mules will face the two teams who defeated them in the regular season last year.

2-8 0-10 5-5 3-7 8-3

The Mules are 65-21 (.756) at Scotty Wood Stadium since 2000 and have not lost at home to a Centennial Conference opponent other than Johns Hopkins since 2010.

Friday Night Lights For the second straight year, Muhlenberg will be opening the season on a Friday night. Last year, the Mules played their first Friday night home game ever, beginning the season with a 35-7 win against Wilkes. The last time Muhlenberg opened with a Friday night road game (2007 at TCNJ), it went on to an undefeated regular season.

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Millennials Muhlenberg has won more than 72 percent of its Centennial Conference games while claiming seven CC championships since 2000. The only team to have done better is Johns Hopkins, and since 2002 the winner of the game between the Mules and the Blue Jays has represented the CC in the NCAA Tournament every year but one. Prior to their current stretch of seven CC championships in 15 years, the Mules had not won a title since 1986. CC records since 2000 school w l pct titles Johns Hopkins 97 24 .802 11 MUHLENBERG 88 33 .727 7 Dickinson 61 60 .504 2 Ursinus 59 62 .488 1 Franklin & Marshall 57 64 .471 1 Gettysburg 56 65 .463 0 Moravian 35 43 .449 0 McDaniel 42 79 .347 4 Susquehanna 18 36 .333 0 Swarthmore 2 5 .286 0 Juniata 17 61 .218 0 notes: Two or more teams tied for the championship every year from 2001 to 2004, and three teams shared the title in 2010. Swarthmore dropped football after 2000, Juniata and Moravian joined the CC in 2007, and Susquehanna played its first CC season in 2010.

Trophy Room

The Mules received 6 votes in the D3football.com preseason poll.

home opponents road opponents Franklin & Marshall 6-4 Wilkes Johns Hopkins 11-1 McDaniel Gettysburg 7-3 Susquehanna Juniata 3-7 Dickinson Ursinus 3-7 Moravian

Muhlenberg enters 2016 with an all-time mark of 512-502-41. The all-time record for games over .500 is 11, set last year with a win against Moravian.

Muhlenberg won two trophies - the Sodexo Trophy and the Old Tin Cup in rivalry games last year. Food service provider Sodexo has awarded a trophy to the winner of the regular-season finale against Moravian each of the last three years. Last season also saw the second revival of Old Tin Cup, a tradition created in 1954 by an editor of The Gettysburgian. The trophy was presented to the winner of the game until 1964, when the teams discontinued their annual meeting, and was presented again from 1981 to 1997.

Whew! That Was Close Muhlenberg played six games that were decided by six points or fewer in 2015, winning four in dramatic endings: opponent score Susquehanna 27-24 Juniata 41-35 (2ot) Dickinson 15-13 Ursinus 10-9

ending go-ahead touchdown with 5:19 left in the fourth Mules intercepted Susquehanna near midfield with 2:16 to play 25-yard touchdown run on final play Dickinson stopped on two-point conversion with 4:16 left and on fourth down near midfield with 1:47 left 41-yard field goal with 2.6 seconds left

The Juniata game was the first in program history to go into multiple overtimes.

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Notebook

3 Collect Them All

Nick Palladino holds most of Muhlenberg’s passing records and should collect another major one early in the 2016 season: He needs two touchdown passes to tie the career mark of 64. Two other career school records are in sight - rushing yards by a quarterback (needs 137) and 300-yard passing games (needs one) - and Palladino has a shot at the Centennial Conference all-time passing record. He begins the season fifth in CC history. Palladino is fourth among active Division III quarterbacks in passing yards and has a career record of 24-7 as a starter.

Nick Palladino school records passing yards in a career (7,464) passing yards by end of sophomore season (5,009) passing yards in a season (2,998) passing yards by a freshman (2,011) touchdowns responsible for in a career (79) touchdowns responsible for in a season (32) total offense yards in a career (8,639) total offense yards in a season (3,216) completion percentage in a season (.691) completion percentage in a game (.905) completions in a career (664) completions in a season (266) completions in a game (35) lowest interception percentage in a season (1.0) total offense touchdowns in a season (32) total offense touchdowns in a game (5, tied record) attempts in a career (1,011) attempts in a season (385, tied record)

Possession Obsession Muhlenberg ranked 17th in Division III in time of possession in 2015, averaging 33:18 per game. Dating back to late in the 2014 season, the Mules have won time of possession in 13 of their last 15 games. Last year, they had margins of more than 14 minutes in wins against McDaniel and Moravian. Three starting offensive linemen return, including senior co-captain Willie Britt, who was named to the All-Centennial Conference first team and All-South Region third team after not allowing a sack all season.

Catch of the Century Muhlenberg returns two players with at least 100 career catches. Seniors Nick Lamb and Ryan Delaney rank eighth and ninth, respectively, in team history with 118 and 114 receptions, and if they duplicate their production from last year, both will surpass the school record of 169 career catches, which has stood since 1994. Lamb has accumulated his catches in only two seasons - he played baseball for his first two years at Muhlenberg before joining the football team. His 71 catches in 2015 were five short of the school record, and he is tied for the school record with four career games with double figures in receptions. Lamb’s best game last year was a 14-catch, 212-yard effort against Juniata - the first 200-yard receiving

Palladino began the 2014 season by throwing 195 consecutive passes without an interception, and only one other NCAA quarterback made at least 385 attempts while throwing four or fewer picks for the season - Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota.

game by a Mule in 15 years.

CC all-time passing leaders player Hewitt Tomlin John Harrison Ward Udinski Matt Flynn Nick Palladino Brian Van Deusen Ron Sermarini Michael McCabe Eric Santagato E.J. Schneider

school Johns Hopkins Franklin & Marshall Juniata Gettysburg Muhlenberg Western Maryland McDaniel Muhlenberg Muhlenberg Franklin & Marshall

years comp-att pct yds 2008-11 851-1375 .619 10,481 2008-11 856-1298 .659 8,886 2011-14 734-1264 .581 8,616 2006-09 577-1059 .545 7,921 2013-15 664-1011 .657 7,464 1992-95 621-1129 .550 7,239 1996-99 619-972 .637 7,197 1997-00 502-928 .541 6,938 2005-08 479-789 .607 6,152 2010-13 534-832 .642 6,124

Delaney enters his senior season with a streak of 24 straight games with a reception. He was fourth in the CC in receptions last year and caught the gamewinning touchdown pass late in the fourth quarter of a 27-24 win against Susquehanna. Also a top kick returner, he was seventh in the CC with 1,081 all-purpose yards last fall.

Nick of Time Mission Complete Muhlenberg has completed two-thirds of its passing attempts over the last two seasons. That ranks fifth in Division III. school Washington & Jefferson Wesley Pacific (Ore.) Gustavus Adolphus Muhlenberg Hendrix Johns Hopkins Rose-Hulman Hardin-Simmons Franklin

2015 2014 combined percentage 258-367 299-453 557-820 .679 360-515 314-486 674-1001 .673 215-326 161-234 376-560 .6714 255-379 279-417 534-796 .6709 241-372 275-402 516-774 .667 207-323 256-375 463-698 .663 245-369 231-351 476-720 .661 234-354 294-449 528-803 .658 213-316 179-281 392-597 .657 306-466 280-428 586-894 .655

Junior Nick Savant was injured in the first game of his freshman season and had to sit out the rest of the year. He came back in 2015 to lead the Mules and rank sixth in the CC in rushing. Savant rushed for 122 yards on only nine carries against McDaniel, becoming the first Muhlenberg player since 1947 to record 120 rushing yards in a game with fewer than 10 carries.

Early Does It One of the keys to Muhlenberg’s success is getting off to a good start. Over the last three years, the Mules have outscored their opponents 235-57 in the first quarter. Of the seven touchdowns allowed in that span, four were by Johns Hopkins and two others came in postseason games vs. Widener and Stevenson. Five times in the last three years, the Mules forced a turnover on the opponent’s first play from scrimmage. In the last five years (54 games), the opponent’s first drive has ended on a turnover 15 times and with a touchdown only five times.

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Notebook

4 “D” Is the Key Muhlenberg has allowed fewer than 300 yards and 20 points per game in the regular season every year since 2001. (An ECAC South Atlantic Bowl loss to Delaware Valley pushed the Mules’ final ypg over 300 in 2012.) The only other Division III school with a similar stretch is Mount Union. year yards points 2015 268.5 17.6 2014 282.6 17.1 2013 293.8 14.5 2012 309.9 15.5 2011 298.5 12.8 2010 293.6 19.5 2009 256.7 15.8 2008 263.4 16.2

year yards points 2007 211.8 11.2 2006 254.6 17.5 2005 253.6 14.2 2004 195.5 10.3 2003 270.9 13.7 2002 266.4 13.6 2001 275.0 15.9 bold = led Division III

Since 2002, Muhlenberg ranks third in total defense and sixth in scoring defense among all Division III programs: school ypg school ppg Mt. Union 217.51 Mt. Union 10.29 Trinity (Conn.) 238.17 Trinity (Conn.) 11.42 MUHLENBERG 265.28 Amherst 13.13 Wabash 268.91 Wis.-Whitewater 13.67 Wesley 273.63 Wabash 14.77 Bethel 274.76 MUHLENBERG 14.94 Rowan 276.81 St. John’s (Minn.) 15.73 Amherst 280.68 Johns Hopkins 15.96 Wis.-Whitewater 284.78 Wartburg 16.29 St. John’s 287.66 Rowan 16.30

Take Me to Your Leaders Last year was the eighth time in the last nine seasons that the Mules finished in the top 50 in Division III in at least three of the four major defensive categories. Muhlenberg has appeared among the national leaders in at least two of those categories every year since 2000: year total scoring rush pass eff. 2015 13th 32nd 8th 35th 2014 20th 32nd 4th — 2013 27th 17th — 26th 2012 44th 19th — 27th 2011 36th 9th 19th 39th 2010 46th — 40th — 2009 13th 19th 21st 44th 2008 14th 26th 44th 10th 2007 3rd 4th 19th 7th 2006 36th — 31st — 2005 9th 14th 37th 30th 2004 1st 3rd 3rd 5th 2003 24th 15th 33rd 23rd 2002 33rd 13th — 27th 2001 36th 31st 37th 19th 2000 — 45th — 29th

Off the Board A 55-0 defeat of McDaniel last year gave the Mules 23 shutout wins since 1998; during that span they’ve also had 23 other games in which they didn’t allow an offensive touchdown. Since 2003, Muhlenberg has allowed more than 28 points only eight times in 129 regular-season games. The Mules haven’t lost a regular-season game in which they’ve scored more than 30 points since 1998.

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Feaster Parade Senior cornerback John Feaster is in his second year as a team captain. Last season, he was the first defensive player to serve as a Muhlenberg captain in his third year of school since 1994. A three-time All-Centennial Conference selection (second team in 2013 and first team each of the last two years), Feaster enters 2016 tied for 10th among active Division III players in career interceptions (10). He also has recorded 15 career pass breakups to go along with 148 tackles. Feaster has played in all 33 Muhlenberg games in the last three years, starting all but the first.

Luby Dooby Junior Mike Luby emerged as one of the top defensive players in the Centennial Conference last season, earning first-team All-CC and thirdteam All-South Region honors. Muhlenberg’s defensive MVP, the outside linebacker led the Centennial Conference and tied for 13th in Division III with 11½ sacks - the second-highest single-season total in program history. He was named CC defensive player of the week twice, once after recording 4 sacks in a win against Dickinson.

The Next Generation Muhlenberg returned only three defensive starters for the 2015 season but remained one of the top units in Division III thanks to an influx of young players with little prior experience. None of the following key contributors played a single varsity down in 2014: Thomas Cosgriff - started every game at defensive end and recorded 20 tackles, including a pair of sacks Kyle Wilczynski - started every game at outside linebacker and returned two interceptions for touchdowns ... also had 43 tackles and caught a pair of twopoint conversion passes Jake Morra - started every game at inside linebacker and was second on the team with 62 tackles (7 for loss) ... tackled Gettysburg runner in the end zone for a safety Matt Musilli - played in every game as a reserve outside linebacker ... recorded 4 sacks and forced 2 fumbles Luke Wiley - one of only two freshmen named to the All-Centennial Conference team ... started 7 games at free safety and led the team with 4 interceptions

Isn’t That Special? Since 1998, Muhlenberg has blocked 85 kicks and scored 28 touchdowns on special teams. And the 28 TDs have come in all different manners: kickoff return – 11 blocked punt recovery/return – 9 punt return – 3 fake punt – 2 fake field goal – 1 recovery of fumbled kickoff return – 1 blocked field goal return – 1

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Football Facilities

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scotty wood stadium/frank marino field

life sports center

  Muhlenberg College constructed a state-of-the-art on-campus game and

  A three-level, 40,000-square-foot addition to the Life Sports Center opened in

practice facility during the summer of 1998. The multipurpose stadium includes

August 2004, further improving Muhlenberg College’s athletic facilities.

an artificial turf playing field with e-layer pad, an eight-lane all-weather track,

  The addition, built directly west of the John Deitrich Field House, includes a

bleacher seating for 3,000 and lighting. The facility was the first of its kind in

large weight facility, an expanded cardio-fitness area, a snack bar, new facilities

the Lehigh Valley.

for health service and counseling, training rooms, locker rooms and coaches’ of-

  Scotty Wood Stadium, also home to the Mule field hockey, lacrosse and track

fices. The structure overlooks Scotty Wood Stadium and Varsity Field and is joined

teams, received a facelift in the summer of 2008 when the original AstroTurf

to the Life Sports Center by a large indoor corridor on the main level. A new main

12® surface was replaced with AstroTurf GameDay Grass™ 3D.

entrance faces the campus.

  AstroTurf GameDay Grass™ is an infill turf system tufted into a super-stable,

  The project also entailed renovations in the Field House, including installation

multi-ply primary backing system that is covered with a heavy urethane, envi-

of a new floor and track, new netting, new lighting and painting. The Field House

ronmentally friendly BioCel™ coating for uniformity, consistency and precise

floor and track were resurfaced in the summer of 2014.

performance across the entire field.   AstroTurf GameDay Grass™ 3D is a natural-looking synthetic surface that’s more durable than 100% polyethylene systems. Tweed tufting of AstroTurf GameDay Grass™ 3D more accurately mimics the true coloration of natural grass. A double nylon Root Zone acts as a traction layer, providing fiber support and reducing the compaction associated with other infill products.   Muhlenberg’s facility is named for two prominent figures in the school’s athletic history.   The stadium honors the late Milton W. “Scotty” Wood for his many years of support and service to the College and its scholar athletes. He began Wood Dining Services, now prominent in the food service industry, in 1947 by feeding Muhlenberg basketball players. The Mules’ annual tipoff basketball tournament is also named in his honor.   The field honors the late Frank Marino, one of the most beloved coaches in school history. He led the football team to a 54-40-6 record from 1970 to 1980 and was 1976 Middle Atlantic Conference coach of the year. Marino, who passed away in January 2011, served the athletic department in numerous other capacities during his 34-year association with the College, earning the respect, loyalty and admiration of hundreds of young men and women.

HOMEFIELD ADVANTAGE

  Scotty Wood Stadium has been one of the most popular Division III football venues of late. Muhlenberg has averaged over 2,500 fans a game since 2000, including an overcapacity average of 3,401 in 2007.     Not coincidentally, Muhlenberg has been very successful at Scotty Wood Stadium. The Mules are 71-25 (.740) at home since 1998, setting a school record with six home wins in

Home Records 1998-2015 1998 3-2 2007 6-0 1999 3-2 2008 5-1 2000 6-0 2009 2-3 2001 3-2 2010 3-2 2002 6-1 2011 4-0 2003 3-1 2012 4-2 2004 4-1 2013 5-1 2005 1-4 2014 4-1 2006 4-1 2015 5-1

2000, 2002 and 2007.

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College Management

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John I. Williams

Allison Gulati

President of the College

Corey Goff

Vice President/Student Affairs

Director of Athletics

  John I. Williams began his

  Allison Gulati was named vice

  Corey Goff began his tenure as

tenure as the 12th president of

president of student affairs and

director of athletics in July 2012

Muhlenberg College in July 2015.

dean of students at Muhlenberg

following more than 10 years as a

  Having enjoyed an extensive

College in 2016. She previ-

coach in football and baseball at

and varied career as a corporate

ously was the associate dean of

Muhlenberg.

executive, entrepreneur and

students and director of strategic

  “Muhlenberg’s student-ath-

strategy consultant, Williams has extensive and

initiatives at Lehigh University.

letes embody everything that is right about college

wide-ranging experience as a leader. Williams has

  At Muhlenberg, Gulati oversees an expansive port-

athletics,” said Goff upon his appointment. “Having

been successful in both large corporate environ-

folio including athletics, campus safety, community

the chance to work alongside our staff supporting

ments as well as entrepreneurial startups. He is an

engagement, counseling services, dining services,

those students in their pursuit of excellence through

innovative and creative thinker with demonstrated

Greek affairs, the health center, judicial affairs, mul-

athletics is a dream come true for me.”

ability to build and motivate cross-functional teams

ticultural life residential services, student activities,

  Goff was named assistant director of athletics in

and drive the achievement of challenging goals.

Seegers Union and Title IX.

June 2003, and in June 2008 he was promoted to as-

  Williams is an innovative higher education leader

  “Muhlenberg College believes that the athletics

and a strong advocate for the enduring value of

experience is an incredible part of a successful liberal

liberal arts education. He has served continuously on

arts education,” she said. “Through our support for

the Board of Trustees of Amherst College since 1984

student-athletes, we strive to help them develop

and since 1996 has served as a Life Trustee.

critical life skills and to become successful scholars,

  Williams began his career in 1978 at Bain &

leaders, and team members. Our coaches and ad-

Company, a strategy consulting firm, at its Boston

ministrators are deeply committed to the personal,

headquarters. Following Bain, Williams moved to

academic and athletic success of our athletes and

New York and joined American Express and then

they partner with our students and others to ensure

served as CEO of a number of travel- and transpor-

that the athletics experience provides opportunity

tation-related companies, including Biztravel.com,

for significant learning and growth.

a venture-backed start-up; Sentient Jet, a private jet

  “Furthermore, our recreational and intramural

charter brokerage; and Heritage Travel, a Web 2.0

programs provide an excellent way for all Muhlen-

venture focused on building and serving a commu-

berg students to focus on their physical well being,

nity of people interested in traveling to historic sites

connect with peers and others, and to manage their

and heritage-rich destinations.

stress related to the academic rigors of college life

  In 2014, Williams co-founded iStartup, a Boston-

in a healthy way. I am incredibly proud of our entire

based co-working and co-learning venture that

athletics department and their significant contribu-

develops partnerships with colleges and universities

tion to the Muhlenberg student experience!”

to promote innovation and entrepreneurship.

  At Lehigh, Gulati held various positions — and

  Williams graduated from Amherst College in 1975

gained increasing responsibilities — in student life.

with a BA in economics, magna cum laude. He then

Prior to adding her duties of director of strategic

earned both a JD from Harvard Law School and MBA

initiatives, she was assistant director of residence

from Harvard Business School in 1979.

life, assistant dean of students and director of stu-

  In addition to his academic and professional ac-

dent leadership development and associate dean of

complishments, Williams is a musician, pilot and

students.

lifelong learner.

  Gulati is a graduate of James Madison University.

  Williams and his wife, Diane Pierce-Williams, met

She received her master’s degree from the University

as students at Harvard Law School. They have been

of Georgia, where she also received the Outstanding

married for 30 years and have three adult children

Alumnae Award in 2009.

sociate director.   From 2007 to 2012, Goff was head coach of the Muhlenberg baseball team. He led the Mules to a 20win season and a trip to the Centennial Conference playoffs in 2008 and coached two all-region selections and a CC player of the year. Muhlenberg broke or tied more than 30 individual and team records in hitting, pitching and fielding categories during his tenure.   Goff was an assistant football coach at Muhlenberg from 2000 to 2005, serving as offensive coordinator the last five of those seasons. The Mules won four straight CC co-championships from 2001 to 2004, made their first three appearances in the NCAA Division III Tournament and broke numerous school records.   Goff is a 1995 graduate of Susquehanna University, where he was a team captain in baseball and played football. He earned his master’s in educational psychology from the University at Albany in 1997.   Goff and his wife Lauren have two young boys, Collin, 11, and Michael, 8.

Megan Patruno

Associate Director of Athletics   Megan Patruno was named assistant director of athletics in 2012 and was promoted to associate director in 2016. A former assistant executive director of

and one grandchild.

the Centennial Conference, Patruno serves as the athletic department liaison to admissions, compliance officer, supervisor of game

athletic support staff athletic trainers

strength/conditioning

and event management, golf outing director and student-athlete programming coordinator.

Megan Eddinger

Senior Woman Administrator   Megan Eddinger was promoted to senior woman administra-

Lindsay Porembo

Steve Nemes

Jamie Scalise

Sean Morse

tor in 2010. In addition to her administrative duties, she serves

Darin Thomas

as advisor to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and head field hockey coach.

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Muhlenberg Athletics

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centennial conference   In its 24th year of all-sports competition, the Centennial Conference has taken its place among the nation’s elite small college conferences.   On June 4, 1981, Keith Spalding, then-president of Franklin & Marshall College, made the announcement that “eight private colleges found it timely and appropriate to form a round-robin schedule among institutions with similar attitudes and practices in intercollegiate football.” With that statement, the Centennial Conference was born.   From 1983-92, the eight private colleges — Dickinson College, Franklin & Marshall College, Gettysburg College, Johns Hopkins University, Muhlenberg College, Swarthmore College, Ursinus College and Western Maryland College (now McDaniel College) — participated in a football-only conference. Because of the success in operating the Centennial Football Conference, the league expanded to an all-sports conference in 1992, with Bryn Mawr College, Haverford College and Washington College joining as charter members.

  Muhlenberg College sponsors a comprehensive 22-sport intercollegiate athletics program. The Mules compete in the Centennial Conference in all sports and are members of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III.   Muhlenberg’s sports program is designed to offer quality competitive experiences for the serious athlete, with opportunities for outstanding teams and individuals to advance to national Division III championships. However, given the breadth of the program, opportunities also exist for the unrecruited athlete to participate in varsity sports.   Muhlenberg has excellent on-campus athletic facilities. Opened in 1982, the Life Sports Center is a building designed for athletics, intramurals and “sports

athletic staff directory 484-664Director...................................... Corey Goff...............................3380 Associate Director................... Megan Patruno..................... 3785 S.W.A.......................................... Megan Eddinger................... 3768 Diversity/Inclusion Coord..... Dawud Abdur-Rahkman... 4085 Head Coaches  Baseball................................... Tod Gross................................ 3395   Basketball (men)................... Scott McClary........................ 3387   Basketball (women).............. Ron Rohn................................3394  Cheerleading.......................... Brayden Sickler.....................3865   Cross Country........................ Doug Finley............................ 3788   Field Hockey........................... Megan Eddinger................... 3768  Football................................... Mike Donnelly....................... 3385   Golf (men)................................ John Librick............................4090   Golf (women).......................... John Librick............................4090   Lacrosse (men)....................... Jake Plunket........................... 3763   Lacrosse (women)................. Kristen Stuckel......................3384   Soccer (men)........................... Sean Topping......................... 3383   Soccer (women)..................... Leslie Benintend................... 3382  Softball.................................... Molly Rathbun.......................3415   Tennis (men)........................... Bruce Levine..........................3865   Tennis (women)..................... Linda Andrews........................3381   Track & Field........................... Brad Hackett..........................3590  Volleyball................................. Alexa Keckler........................ 3669  Wrestling................................. Shaun Lally.............................3386 Athletic Trainers...................... Steve Nemes..........................3391 Lindsay Porembo.................3063 Sean Morse............................3863 Jamie Scalise...........................3063 Strength/Conditioning.......... Darin Thomas.........................3377 Equipment Manager.............. Tod Gross................................ 3395 Administrative Assistant...... Bonnie Belknap..................... 3379 Receptionist............................. Suzy Harris.............................3023

  A purpose and mission statement adopted by the presidents stated, “Recog-

for life” as primary

nizing that our fundamental purpose is the academic mission of institutions,

uses. The original solar-

we agree to establish an all-sports conference in the spirit of rationalizing our

heated building, a series

competition by controlling travel, schedule and costs. The Conference will be con-

of three additions to the

trolled by the presidents of the member institutions.”

Memorial Hall gym-

  The Centennial Conference encourages athletic competition among national

nasium, includes the

liberal arts colleges and universities that share similar academic aspirations and

spacious John Deitrich

a commitment to the importance of the total educational experience of students

Field House, featuring

engaged in sports. Intercollegiate athletics programs are an integral part of the

basketball and tennis

life of the member institutions and flow from their educational objectives. Each

courts and a 160-me-

institution provides a comprehensive, broad-based athletics program. All varsity

ter running track,

sports are treated equitably, and every sport is important.

the 25-meter Alumni

  The CC crowns champions in 24 sports and continues to sponsor intercol-

Pool and the Levering

legiate programs of

Tyson wing, containing racquetball and squash courts and rooms for sports

CC football champions

national prominence for women and men. On the average, Centennial members boast of 19 varsity teams, which is well above the national norm.   Football in the CC has shown an incredible balance of power. In 33 years, all eight of the original members have won outright or shared the Conference championship, and there has been a tie for the title 10 times, including a five-way tie in 2004. Between 2001 and 2010, Muhlenberg in 2007 was

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MUHLENBERG (5-2) Gettysburg (5-2) Swarthmore (5-2) Gettysburg (6-1) Swarthmore (6-1) Gettysburg (6-0-1) MUHLENBERG (6-1) Franklin & Marshall (6-1) Franklin & Marshall (7-0) Franklin & Marshall (6-1) Dickinson (6-1) Dickinson (7-0) Dickinson (5-1-1) Dickinson (7-0) Dickinson (5-1-1) Dickinson (5-2) Franklin & Marshall (5-2) Dickinson (7-0) Franklin & Marshall (6-1) Ursinus (7-0) Western Maryland (7-0) Western Maryland (7-0) Western Maryland (7-0) Western Maryland (7-0) MUHLENBERG (5-1) Western Maryland (5-1)

2002 MUHLENBERG (5-1) Johns Hopkins (5-1) McDaniel (5-1) 2003 MUHLENBERG (5-1) Johns Hopkins (5-1) 2004 MUHLENBERG (4-2) Dickinson (4-2) Franklin & Marshall (4-2) Johns Hopkins (4-2) McDaniel (4-2) 2005 Johns Hopkins (5-1) 2006 Dickinson (5-1) 2007 MUHLENBERG (8-0) 2008 MUHLENBERG (7-1) 2009 Johns Hopkins (7-1) 2010 MUHLENBERG (7-2) Johns Hopkins (7-2) Ursinus (7-2) 2011 Johns Hopkins (9-0) 2012 Johns Hopkins (8-1) 2013 Johns Hopkins (9-0) 2014 Johns Hopkins (9-0) 2015 Johns Hopkins (9-0)

the only team to sweep through the CC season undefeated. In 2014, the CC was one of only five Division III leagues to send two teams to the NCAA Tournament.   But success does not only come on the field. Twelve CC football players have received NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships, while 20 more have been named to the Academic All-America first team, and one earned a Rhodes Scholarship.

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medicine, weight training, wrestling, dance, instruction and equipment distribution. Memorial Hall, the original facility built in 1954, seats 3,529 and is an excellent facility for viewing indoor sports.   A three-level, 40,000-square foot addition, built directly west of the Deitrich Field House, opened in the fall of 2004. The new facility includes additional locker rooms and office space, new recreation and fitness The women’s basketball team won Muhlenberg’s 44th Centennial Conference championship during the 2015-16 school year. The team received a bid to the NCAA Tournament, and the Mules also were represented at the national championships in men’s cross country, women’s cross country and men’s outdoor track and field. Women’s lacrosse and field

areas and a new health and counseling center. A new surface for the Field House was installed in 2014.   Outdoors, the Mules have a grass field used

hockey earned ECAC Tournament bids, with lacrosse

by the men’s and

winning the championship.

women’s soccer teams, constructed in 1997,

and a stadium for use by football, field hockey and lacrosse surrounded by an eight-lane, all-weather track. The stadium was constructed in 1998 and resurfaced with AstroTurf GameDay Grass™ 3D in 2008, and the track was resurfaced in 2014.

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Coaching Staff

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Mike Donnelly

mule football 1997-2015

Head Coach • Defensive

Year ............... W-L ..........CC W-L .......... CC Place 1997................1-9.............. 1-6.............. 7th

Coordinator • Defensive Backs Ithaca ’75 • 20th season

  five losses by a touchdown or less   led CC in total offense and passing offense

1998................5-5.............. 3-4.............. 5th

  Mike Donnelly is the winningest

  third-best improvement in Division III

coach in the history of Muhlenberg

1999............... 6-4.............. 4-3.............. 3rd (tied)   first winning season since 1989   received votes in national poll   led Division III in kickoff returns   broke or tied 57 school, CC and NCAA records

2000...............9-2.............. 5-2.............. 2nd (tied)   won ECAC Southwest championship   first postseason bid since 1946   tied school record with nine wins   three All-Americans   first CC player of the year in team history   ranked 24th in Division III by USA Football

football with a record of 131-72 (.647) in 19 years. Since taking over a program that struggled prior to his arrival, Donnelly has turned the Mules into a perennial title contender.   The Mules are 129-58 (.690) in their last 187 games and have earned 12 postseason invitations since 2000.   In the 33-year history of the Centennial Conference, only one coach has won more championships than Donnelly’s seven. He is tied for third all-time with 96 wins

2001...............7-4.............. 5-1.............. 1st (tied)

in CC games and entered the 2016 season 25th among

  tied for first CC championship since 1986   earned bid to ECAC Southeast Bowl   ranked 16th in Lindy’s preseason poll

  Donnelly was named regional coach of the year by the

2002..............10-2............. 5-1.............. 1st (tied)   earned first-ever bid to NCAA Tournament and won   first-round game   broke school record for wins   ranked 17th in final Division III poll   two All-Americans and record 18 All-CC selections   CC and ECAC Southwest offensive player of the year   second in Division III in turnover margin

2003...............7-3.............. 5-1.............. 1st (tied)   second straight NCAA bid   CC offensive player of the year/two All-Americans

2004...............8-3.............. 4-2.............. 1st (tied)   third consecutive NCAA bid   tied for fourth straight CC championship   led all of college football in total defense   ranked in top 5 in D-III in four defensive categories   CC defensive player of the year

active Division III coaches in career wins. American Football Coaches Association and D3football.com in 2007 after leading Muhlenberg to its first undefeated regular season in the 106-year program

three losses by total of 15 points (two to top-10 foes)

2012................8-3.............. 7-2.............. 2nd   earned bid to ECAC South Atlantic Bowl   received votes in national poll

  Donnelly became the winningest coach in program

career win with a 21-0 shutout of Franklin & Marshall in 2012.   In 1999, Muhlenberg finished 6-4 for its first winand NCAA records. The 2000 team tied a school record by winning nine games, earned the program’s first postseason bid since 1946 and had three All-Americans. In 2002, Muhlenberg finished the year ranked 17th after   The 2003 Mules became the first team to win the CC title after losing the conference opener.   In his 19 seasons, Donnelly has coached 17 All-Americans, eight CC players of the year, two CC rookies of the year and seven Academic All-Americans.   As defensive coordinator, Donnelly has established the country in total defense in 2004 and ranked in the top five in three other defensive categories. Over the last 14 years, the Mules rank third in Division III in total

2013................8-3.............. 7-2.............. 2nd

  A resident of nearby Easton, Donnelly came to

  earned bid to ECAC South Atlantic Bowl   CC rookie of the year   seven wins by 20 points or more

Muhlenberg after four years at Columbia University, where, as defensive coordinator and linebackers coach,

  earned bid to NCAA Tournament   CC rookie and scholar-athlete of the year   set school records for points, yards per game   second in Division III in completion percentage   ranked in top 25 in both final Division III polls

where he would spend the next seven years. He was defensive coordinator in 1988, when the Leopards won their first Patriot League championship. Donnelly spent two seasons as defensive coordinator at the University at Buffalo before moving on to Columbia.   Donnelly is a member of the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) and has served on several AFCA committees. He also has sat on the NCAA South Region football committee.   Muhlenberg’s 28th football coach dating back to 1900, the 64-year-old Donnelly and his wife, Beth, have two children, Lauren, 33, and Brendan, 28.

Nate Milne Assistant Coach • Offensive Coordinator • Offensive Line Hobart ’03 • second season

  Nate Milne was hired as offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Muhlenberg in 2015 after serving

3-7 campaign the year before.

defense and sixth in scoring defense.

2014................9-2.............. 8-1.............. 2nd

  In 1984, Donnelly left Ithaca for Lafayette College,

2010, when he led the Mules to the CC title following a

one of the top defenses in Division III. Muhlenberg led

2011................7-3.............. 7-2.............. 2nd

ence titles.

was voted CC coach of the year that season and again in

winning a school-record 10 games.

record-tying ninth CC championship   CC defensive player of the year

coach, he led the Bombers to four consecutive confer-

ing ever for any Muhlenberg team in any sport. Donnelly

2008...............9-2...............7-1.............. 1st

2010...............7-4.............. 7-2.............. 1st (tied)

NCAA Division III championship game. As head track

No. 2 in one national poll — the highest national rank-

ning record since 1989 and broke or tied 57 school, CC

  13th in Division III in total defense

coaching the linebackers and helping Ithaca to the 1980

  The 2008 squad repeated as CC champion and rose to

  first outright CC championship ever   first undefeated regular season ever   advanced to NCAA second round   broke school record for wins   ranked No. 8 by D3football.com   in top 10 in Division III in nine statistical categories

2009...............3-7.............. 2-6.............. 7th (tied)

Donnelly returned to his alma mater for four years,

were ranked eighth in the country in the final poll.

head coach and defensive coordinator earned his 100th

second straight outright CC championship   ranked No. 2 by AFCA during season   CC offensive and defensive players of the year   two All-Americans/two Academic All-Americans

head track coach at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute,

the second round of the NCAA Division III playoffs. They

history with a 20-2 defeat of Dickinson in 2005. The

2007.............. 11-1..............8-0............. 1st

  After two seasons as defensive coordinator and

the regular season with a 10-0 record and advanced to

  ninth in Division III in total defense   CC defensive player of the year 3-2 with two three-point losses in last five games

assistant at East Stroudsburg University.

history. The Mules won the CC championship, finished

2005...............3-7.............. 2-4.............. 5th (tied) 2006...............5-5.............. 2-4.............. 5th (tied)

tion. Donnelly spent the next season as a defensive line

he helped the Lions compile an 8-2 record – their best in 51 years – in 1996. Donnelly’s charges included defensive end Marcellus Wiley, a second-round draft pick of the Buffalo Bills.   Since graduating in 1975 from Ithaca College, where he

2015................8-3.............. 7-2.............. 2nd

was an all-conference linebacker, Donnelly has coached

  earned bid to Centennial-MAC Bowl Series   eighth in Division III in rushing defense

at the NCAA Division I, II and III levels. During the 1976-

Totals...........132-72........ 96-46........... 7 titles .647 .676

scouting coordinator at the University at Albany, while

77 school year, he coached the defensive ends and was earning his master’s degree in education administra-

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in the same capacity at Centennial Conference rival Susquehanna University for the previous seven years.   A veteran with more than 15 years playing and coaching football at the Division III level, Milne coached a first-team all-conference player at every offensive position while at Susquehanna.   In his first year at Susquehanna, Milne coordinated the Liberty League’s top offense. The following year, he helped the Crusaders to the Liberty League championship and an NCAA playoff berth.   Susquehanna joined the Centennial Conference in 2010, and for two straight years it had the league’s top Red Zone offense. In 2014, Milne coached the first player to run for 200 yards against Muhlenberg in seven years.   Prior to working at Susquehanna, Milne was an assistant coach for three years at Cortland State, where he coached five All–New Jersey Athletic Conference offensive linemen and one All–NJAC running back during his tenure. In 2006 and 2007, Cortland ranked first in its conference in scoring offense and in 2006 was also first in fewest sacks allowed.   In 2007, Milne was a guest coach with the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League and spent their preseason working as an assistant offensive line coach. He also spent one year as an assistant coach at Hamilton College, focusing on tight ends and offensive scouting.   A 2003 graduate of Hobart College with a bachelor’s degree in history, Milne was a four-year letterwinner with the Statesmen, earning first-team All–Liberty League honors twice and playing on Hobart’s first two Division III playoff teams.   Milne and his wife, Kristen, have two young sons, Matthew and Nicholas.

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Coaching Staff

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Joshua Carter

Eric Keiner

Joel Sheldon

Assistant Coach • Special Teams

Assistant Coach • Wide Receivers

Coordinator • QB/WR

Bloomsburg ’97

Director of Football Operations

second season

Asst. Special Teams Coordinator

Muhlenberg ’02 • fourth season

Assistant Coach

14th season

  More than a decade after he

  Eric Keiner is in his second

was one of the top kick returners

season on the Muhlenberg staff.

  Joel Sheldon is in his 14th

in college football, Joshua Carter

  Keiner spent the previous two

season overall in two stints on

returned to his alma mater when

years as an assistant defensive

the Mule staff, serving as director

he was hired as quarterbacks/wide receivers coach

backs coach at King’s in his return to football after

of football operations and assistant special teams

and special teams coordinator in 2014.

spending time in the military, government and

coordinator.

  In his first season back, he helped orchestrate an

corporate world.

  Sheldon first joined the staff as tight ends coach in

offense that ranked second in Division III in comple-

  A four-year varsity player at Hanover Area High

2002 after two seasons as head coach and offensive

tion percentage and set school records for points and

School and walkon at Bloomsburg University, Keiner

coordinator of the semipro Lehigh Valley Steelers of

yards per game.

served in the United States Navy as an information

the Garden State Football League. He played semi-

  Carter played for the Mules from 1998 to 2001

system technician second class from 1998 to 2004.

professionally as an offensive lineman for the Lehigh

and rewrote the record book, setting still-standing

  Since leaving the Navy, Keiner has worked as store

Valley Panthers.

school records for career yards, average and touch-

manager for Toys ‘R Us, network administrator/in-

  A former player at California (Pa.) University,

downs on kickoff returns, yards on punt returns,

formation security specialist for Weir Minerals North

Sheldon is vice president of operations for Neuber

all-purpose yards in a career and game, touchdown

America and systems administrator for Lackawa-

Group of Phoenixville, Pa. He and his wife, Lisa, have

receptions in career, season and game and career

nna County. He currently is a IT/IS coordinator for

two daughters, Madison, 16, and Elizabeth, 9.

receiving yards. He also tied the mark for career

Bitronics, LLC, in Bethlehem.

Lenny Smith

receptions. level as well. More than 10 years after his graduation,

Nick Paradise

Carter still holds the all-time Division III records for

Assistant Coach

  Some of those marks have stood up on a national

career yards on punt returns and combined yards on

Assistant Coach Inside Linebackers

Tight Ends/H-backs

kick returns (3,739). He was named to D3football.

Muhlenberg ’16 • first season

Becker ’16 • first season

  After four years of playing,

com’s 2000s All-Decade Team in 2011.   A three-year All-American, Carter was named to

  Nick Paradise joined the

Lenny Smith joined the coaching

the All-Centennial Conference first team five times

Muhlenberg coaching staff for

staff for the 2016 season.

(three as a kick returner and two as a wide receiver)

the 2016 season after a successful

and was CC offensive player of the year in 2000.

career as a Division III player.

  Smith lettered three years for the Mules, starting at inside linebacker his final two

Also a standout on the baseball field, where he hit

  Paradise played both tight end and wide receiver

seasons. In 2015, he was named to the All-Centen-

.348, stole a school-record 86 bases and pitched a

at Becker College in Leicester, Mass. He helped bring

nial Conference second team after recording a team-

no-hitter, Carter was inducted into the Muhlenberg

the football program its first winning season (7-3)

best 83 tackles for a unit that ranked in the top 15 in

College Athletic Hall of Fame in 2007.

in 2015, when he caught 11 passes for 126 yards and a

Division III in total defense and rushing defense.

  After graduating in 2002, Carter served as an as-

touchdown. In the spring following his senior year,

  Smith also served as a team captain as a senior and

sistant football and baseball coach at Rye Country

he served as an assistant to the coaches.

was voted “Player’s Player” by his teammates, who

Day School (N.Y.) and Muhlenberg. He also was an

  Paradise was awarded the Iron Hawk Award for

recognized his leadership and loyalty. He finished his

assistant football coach at Lafayette and Fordham

leadership in the weight room. While in school, he

career with 147 total tackles, including 13½ for loss

before taking some time away from the coaching

was involved in the school’s LEAP (Leaders of Excel-

and 4½ sacks, to go along with four pass breakups

profession.

lence and Athletic Pride) program and the Student-

and a fumble recovery.

Athlete Advisory Committee.

  A native of River Edge, N.J., Smith graduated with a

  A native of Marlton, N.J., Paradise graduated from

degree in media and communication.

Greg DeLade

Becker with a degree in sports management.

Assistant Coach Defensive Line Muhlenberg ’15 • second season

  After four seasons as a top defensive end, Greg DeLade traded in

Assistant Coach • Running Backs

Assistant Coach

East Stroudsburg ’06

Outside Linebackers

second season

Juniata ’16 • first season

his helmet for a whistle to coach

Maurice Stallings

Colin Schaeffer

  Maurice Stallings is in his sec-

the defensive line at his alma

  No stranger to Centennial Con-

ond season on the Muhlenberg

mater in 2015.

ference football, Colin Schaeffer

coaching staff.

  DeLade played in 43 games, starting 34, in his

joined the Muhlenberg staff as

  For the prior two years, Stall-

Muhlenberg career, and recorded 145 tackles,

outside linebacker coach for the

ings was running backs and special teams coach at

including 37½ for loss and 20 sacks. He also had

2016 season.

nearby Liberty High School. Previously, he spent

four forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries and two

  Schaeffer played four years at Juniata College,

three seasons as head coach of the eighth-grade

interceptions.

seeing time at both inside linebacker and outside

football team in the Pleasant Valley School District.

  A native of Chatham, N.J., DeLade was named to

linebacker. He also played extensively on special

  Stallings played one year at Fairfield University

the All-Centennial Conference team three times,

teams. Schaeffer made a career-high nine tackles

before the school dropped its program and spent the

earning first-team honors his final two seasons, and

against Moravian as a senior.

next three seasons at East Stroudsburg University,

was selected to the All-ECAC South second team

  After exhausting his eligibility, Schaeffer served

averaging 8.3 yards on 32 career carries.

as a junior. He graduated with a major in business

as a volunteer coach with the linebackers during

  Since 2006, he has worked with at-risk youth,

administration.

Juniata’s spring football season.

children and adolescents with intellectual disabili-

  A native of Newport, Pa., Schaeffer graduated with

ties and behavioral health disorders, and disabled

a major in management and a minor in English.

patients in jobs in Virginia and Pennsylvania.

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Roster

10 numerical roster No Name

Pos No Name

WR 50 Jon Stoerrle

DL

QB 52 Chris Hillburn

LB

1 Josiah Wright

2 Nick Palladino

Pos

3 John Feaster

CB 53 Christian Leighton

LB

4 Mason Kholi

QB 54 Kwasi Ampomah

DL

CB 56 Thomas Cosgriff

DE

5 Nate Corvil 6 Matthew Stickney 7 George DiFiore 8 Ryan Delaney 9 Matt Musilli 10 Sean Robbins

TE/H 57 Brian Franzel

OL

S 58 Colin Cunningham

LB

WR 59 Declan Mandeville

DL

LB 60 Christian Schmid

OL

WR 61 Domenick Mattia

OG

11 Jeremy Gray

LB 62 Willie Britt

OT

12 Travis Edmond

QB 64 Zachary Cyphers

OL

13 Ricky Venuto

QB 65 J.T. Bucsek

OL

15 Jake Morra

LB 67 Charlie Bene

DL

16 Matt Gibbon

QB 68 Jack Petrella

17 Luke Wiley

S 69 Marcos Ortega-Diaz

OL DL

19 Ryan Dimmick

QB 70 Kenneth Mulkeen

OL

20 Michael Blank

CB 71 Ryan Malarkey

OL

21 Christian Lopez

DB 72 Christian Autino

OL

22 Thomas Talenti

RB 73 Anthony Kepnach

OL

23 Amir Blair

DB 74 Marc Black

LB

24 Brian Wiegand

CB 75 Kyle Oprisko

OL

25 Olivier Payen

LB 76 Matthew Rice

26 Josh Martin

OL

WR 77 Jack Hansen

OT

27 Matthew Pine

RB 78 Frank Cresta

DL

28 Matthew Gliatta

RB 79 Marek Tomanek

OL

29 Kyle Klepacki 30 Gerard Grimes

WR 80 Nicholas Weissauer

WR

S 81 Chris Quinlan

WR

31 Craig Levine

DB 82 Michael Gilmore

WR

32 Nick Savant

RB 83 Sean Elliott

WR

33 Kyle Wilczynski

LB 84 Nick Lamb

WR

34 Bobby Merle

DB 85 Yanni Mitropoulos

35 Anthony Natale 36 Frankie Feaster 37 Dean Schweinler

DB 86 Zack Post TE/H 87 Danny Allison WR 89 Max Kirin

K WR WR WR

38 Steven Rice

LB 90 Nathaniel Wiggley

DL

39 Luke Nardone

LB 91 Michael Hogan

NT

40 Jack Fitzsimmons

LB 92 Amir Carter

DL

41 Mickey Kober

LB 93 Brian Raguseo

DL

42 Tyler Smith

LB 94 Travis Crawford

DE

43 Christopher Scordo TE/H 95 Benjamin Solomon

LB

44 Stephen Dranoff

LB

TE/H 96 Dylan Kelso

45 Mike Luby

LB 97 Jacob Najarian

46 Michael Reilly

LB 98 Todd Spirt

47 Joseph O’Hagan

DB 99 Frank Lucchesi

48 Nick DeLucas

RB Dawid Kowal

LB

49 Marco Blasco

LB Alex Sempervive

OL

ROSTER BY CLASS Seniors 14 Juniors

23

Sophomores 21 Freshmen 36

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DL K DL

No Name

Cl Pos Ht

Wt Hometown/High School

87 Danny Allison

Fr

WR 6-4

174 Mountain Lakes, N.J./Mountain Lakes

54 Kwasi Ampomah

Fr

DL 6-0 195 Philadelphia, Pa./Germantown Academy

72 Christian Autino

So

OL 6-2

67 Charlie Bene

Jr

DL 5-11 248 Hazleton, Pa./Hazleton Area

74 Marc Black

Fr

LB 5-10 240 Owings Mills, Md./Boys’ Latin School

23 Amir Blair *

Jr

DB 5-7

20 Michael Blank

So

CB 6-0 200 Nutley, N.J./Seton Hall Prep

272 Wood-Ridge, N.J./Wood-Ridge

179 Tobyhanna, Pa./Pocono Mountain West

49 Marco Blasco *

Jr

LB 5-9

205 Bethlehem, Pa./Bethlehem Catholic

62 Willie Britt ***+

Sr

OT 6-4

280 Frenchtown, N.J./Delaware Valley Regional

65 J.T. Bucsek

Jr

OL 5-11 262 Newtown, Pa./Hun School (N.J.)

92 Amir Carter

So

DL 5-10 201 Paterson, N.J./Passaic County Tech

5 Nate Corvil *

So

CB 5-11 173 Freehold, N.J./Freehold Twp.

56 Thomas Cosgriff *

Jr

DE 6-1

243 Saddle River, N.J./Northern Highlands Regional

94 Travis Crawford *

Jr

DE 6-3

243 Milford, N.J./Delaware Valley Regional

78 Frank Cresta

Fr

DL 6-2

231 Aston, Pa./The Haverford School

58 Colin Cunningham

So

LB 5-8

221 East Berlin, Conn./Xavier

64 Zachary Cyphers

Fr

OL 6-2

253 Pohatcong Twp., N.J./Phillipsburg

8 Ryan Delaney ***+

Sr

WR 5-8

172 Voorhees, N.J./Eastern Regional

48 Nick DeLucas

Fr

RB 5-9

158 Willow Grove, Pa./Upper Moreland

7 George DiFiore *

Jr

19 Ryan Dimmick

Fr

44 Stephen Dranoff

Jr TE/H 5-9

229 Robbinsville, N.J./Robbinsville

12 Travis Edmond

So

179 Coopersburg, Pa./Southern Lehigh

83 Sean Elliott

So WR 6-2

201 Westfield, N.J./Westfield

36 Frankie Feaster

Fr TE/H 6-2

227 Washington Twp., N.J./Bergen Catholic

3 John Feaster ***+

Sr

CB 5-9

190 Washington Twp., N.J./Bergen Catholic

40 Jack Fitzsimmons

So

LB 5-11 194 Point Pleasant, N.J./Point Pleasant Boro

S

5-11 194 Ardsley, N.Y./Ardsley

QB 5-10 172 Silver Spring, Md./Bethesda-Chevy Chase QB 6-2

57 Brian Franzel

Jr

OL 6-1

16 Matt Gibbon

So

QB 5-11 192 Livingston, N.J./Livingston

82 Michael Gilmore

Fr

WR 6-1

177 Warminster, Pa./Germantown Academy

28 Matthew Gliatta

So

RB 5-7

184 Scarsdale, N.Y./Scarsdale

11 Jeremy Gray

So

LB 6-0 225 Paterson, N.J./Passaic County Tech

30 Gerard Grimes *

Sr

77 Jack Hansen **

Jr

OT 6-4

52 Chris Hillburn

Fr

LB 5-11 217 Cheshire, Conn./Cheshire

S

253 Nanuet, N.Y./Nanuet

6-0 187 Little Egg Harbor, N.J./Pinelands Regional 287 Midland Park, N.J./Midland Park

91 Michael Hogan ***+ Sr

NT 6-1

96 Dylan Kelso

Fr

LB 6-2

285 Mahwah, N.J./Mahwah 199 Marlton, N.J./Cherokee

73 Anthony Kepnach

Fr

OL 6-4

294 Hawley, Pa./Wallenpaupack

4 Mason Kholi

Fr

QB 6-3

177 Allentown, Pa./Mercersburg Academy

89 Max Kirin

Fr

WR 5-10 180 Eldersburg, Md./Liberty

29 Kyle Klepacki

Jr

WR 6-2

188 North Haledon, N.J./Paramus Catholic

41 Mickey Kober

Fr

LB 6-1

208 Havertown, Pa./The Haverford School

Dawid Kowal

So

LB 6-0 206 Lawrence, N.J./Lawrence

84 Nick Lamb **

Sr

WR 5-10 186 Philadelphia, Pa./William Penn Charter

53 Christian Leighton

Fr

LB 5-10 194 Willow Grove, Pa./Upper Moreland

31 Craig Levine

Jr

DB 5-8

21 Christian Lopez *

Jr

DB 5-10 186 Garfield, N.J./St. Mary

45 Mike Luby **

Sr

LB 5-9

181 Brick, N.J./Red Bank Catholic 206 Marlborough, Conn./RHAM

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Roster

11

No Name

Cl Pos Ht

Wt Hometown/High School

99 Frank Lucchesi

Fr

DL 6-3

248 Hamilton Square, N.J./Steinert

71 Ryan Malarkey

Fr

OL 6-1

280 Jim Thorpe, Pa./Marian Catholic

59 Declan Mandeville

Fr

DL 6-2

252 Jamison, Pa./Central Bucks West

26 Josh Martin

Fr

WR 5-8

165 East Orange, N.J./Newark Academy

61 Domenick Mattia ** Sr

OG 6-1

257 Cedar Grove, N.J./Bergen Catholic

where they’re from CONNECTICUT (5) by county

34 Bobby Merle

So

DB 5-10 172 Belvidere, N.J./Belvidere

85 Yanni Mitropoulos

Fr

15 Jake Morra *

Jr

LB 6-0 212 River Vale, N.J./Pascack Valley

70 Kenneth Mulkeen

Fr

OL 6-2

9 Matt Musilli *

Jr

LB 5-10 203 Wantage, N.J./High Point Regional

97 Jacob Najarian

Jr

DL 6-0 242 New Tripoli, Pa./Northwestern Lehigh

39 Luke Nardone

Fr

LB 5-10 197 Saddle River, N.J./Northern Highlands Regional

35 Anthony Natale

So

DB 5-10 188 Readington, N.J./Hunterdon Central

47 Joseph O’Hagan

Fr

DB 5-9

183 Wyckoff, N.J./Ramapo

75 Kyle Oprisko

So

OL 6-2

270 Dunmore, Pa./Dunmore

K

6-2

198 Northvale, N.J./Northern Valley Old Tappan 255 Rockville Centre, N.Y./Kellenberg

69 Marcos Ortega-Diaz Sr

DL 5-11 261 Flemington, N.J./Hunterdon Central

2 Nick Palladino ***+ Sr

QB 6-0 209 Millstone Twp., N.J./Allentown

25 Olivier Payen

So

LB 5-10 178 Lawrence, N.J./Lawrence

68 Jack Petrella

Sr

OL 6-6

288 Mendham, N.J./West Morris Mendham

27 Matthew Pine

So

RB 5-8

172 Freehold, N.J./Freehold Twp.

86 Zack Post

Fr

WR 6-3

81 Chris Quinlan

Jr

WR 5-10 154 Wall Twp., N.J./Wall

93 Brian Raguseo

Fr

DL 6-2

46 Michael Reilly

Fr

LB 5-10 179 Howell, N.J./Howell

76 Matthew Rice

Fr

OL 6-1

38 Steven Rice

Fr

LB 6-0 193 Schwenksville, Pa./Spring-Ford

10 Sean Robbins *

Sr

WR 5-11 192 Kinnelon, N.J./Kinnelon

32 Nick Savant *

Jr

RB 5-10 192 Hellertown, Pa./Saucon Valley

60 Christian Schmid

So

OL 6-4

286 West Orange, N.J./Seton Hall Prep

37 Dean Schweinler

Fr

WR 5-9

160 Short Hills, N.J./Millburn

  Fairfield (1)

Wiegand

  Hartford (2)

Cunningham, Luby

  New Haven (2)

Hillburn, Weissauer

MARYLAND (3)

Black, Dimmick, Kirin

MASSACHUSETTS (1)

Solomon

NEW JERSEY (53)

213 Allentown, Pa./Parkland 228 Wyckoff, N.J./Ramapo

by county   Bergen (13)

Autino, Cosgriff, F. Feaster,

J. Feaster, Hansen, Hogan,

Lopez, Mitropoulos, Morra,

Nardone, O’Hagan, Raguseo

Wilczynski

  Burlington (3)

Kelso, Stickney, Wiggley

  Camden (1)

Delaney

  Cape May (1)

Stoerrle

  Essex (6)

Blank, Gibbon, Martin, Mattia,

Schmid, Schweinler

  Hunterdon (5)

Britt, Crawford, Natale,

Ortega-Diaz, Tomanek

  Mercer (4)

Dranoff, Kowal, Lucchesi,

Payen

239 Schwenksville, Pa./Spring-Ford

  Monmouth (6)

Corvil, Palladino, Pine,

Quinlan, Reilly, Scordo

  Morris (3)

Allison, Petrella, Robbins

  Ocean (4)

Grimes, Fitzsimmons, Levine,

Sempervive   Passiac (3)

Carter, Gray, Klepacki

  Sussex (1)

Musilli

  Union (1)

Elliott

  Warren (2)

Cyphers, Merle

43 Christopher Scordo

Jr TE/H 5-10 209 Allentown, N.J./Steinert

Alex Sempervive

So

OL 5-10 288 New Egypt, N.J./New Egypt

42 Tyler Smith *

Sr

LB 6-0 223 Peekskill, N.Y./Kennedy Catholic

NEW YORK (6)

95 Benjamin Solomon

Fr

LB 5-11 194 Brookline, Mass./Brookline

by county

98 Todd Spirt

Fr

K

5-7

164 Dresher, Pa./Upper Dublin

  Nassau (2)

Mulkeen, Talenti

  Rockland (1)

Franzel

Westchester (3)

6 Matthew Stickney ** Jr TE/H 5-10 198 Marlton, N.J./Cherokee 50 Jon Stoerrle

Fr

DL 6-3

213 Marmora, N.J./Ocean City

22 Thomas Talenti

Fr

RB 5-9

181 Bayville, N.Y./Locust Valley

79 Marek Tomanek *

Jr

OL 6-0 266 Milford, N.J./Delaware Valley Regional

by county

13 Ricky Venuto

Fr

QB 5-11 198 Collegeville, Pa./Spring-Ford

  Bucks (4)

DiFiore, Gliatta, Smith

PENNSYLVANIA (26) Bucsek, Gilmore, Mandeville,

Wiley 80 Nicholas Weissauer

Jr

WR 5-6

  Carbon (1)

Malarkey

24 Brian Wiegand

Sr

CB 5-10 174 Darien, Conn./Darien

  Delaware (2)

Cresta, Kober

90 Nathaniel Wiggley

Fr

DL 6-1

256 Bordentown, N.J./Bordentown Regional

  Lackawanna (1)

Oprisko

33 Kyle Wilczynski *

Jr

LB 6-2

208 Allendale, N.J./Northern Highlands Regional

  Lehigh (5)

Blasco, Edmond, Kholi,

17 Luke Wiley *

So

Najarian, Post

  Luzerne (1)

Bene

  Monroe (1)

Blair

  Montgomery (6)

DeLucas, Leighton, M. Rice,

S. Rice, Spirt, Venuto

  Northampton (2)

Savant, Wright

  Philadelphia (2)

Ampomah, Lamb

  Wayne (1)

Kepnach

1 Josiah Wright

S

178 Milford, Conn./Joseph A. Foran

6-0 181 Warrington, Pa./Central Bucks South

So WR 5-7

148 Bethlehem, Pa./Liberty * letters won

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Captains

12 6 2 Willie Britt Senior • OT • 6-4 • 280 • 3VL Frenchtown, N.J./Delaware Valley Regional

Career Highlights • Statistics 2013 11 games played, 11 started 2014 11 games played, 11 started 2015 11 games played, 11 started • Honors Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll, 2014 and 2015 All-South Region third team, 2015 All-Centennial Conference first team, 2014 and 2015 • Team Awards “Dig In” (season), 2015 Dominator - Wilkes and Susquehanna, 2014 Big Play Offense – Susquehanna, 2015; Susquehanna and    Juniata, 2014; Salisbury, 2013 “Dig In” – Franklin & Marshall, 2015 Game Captain – Susquehanna, 2015; Gettysburg, 2014

At Muhlenberg: One of the top offensive linemen in the Centennial Conference and South Region ... Started every game at left tackle the last three seasons ... Mules averaged 414.9 yards and 33.4 points per game during that span ... Personal: Served as a team captain in football at Delaware Valley Regional High School ... Earned two letters as an offensive lineman ... Parents are Dean Britt and Lisa Clough ... Born Aug. 4, 1995 ... A double major in mathematics and economics.

Career Highlights • Statistics 32 games, 21 starts Year Rec Yds TD Avg Lg Rush KOR Avg PR Avg 2013 4 50 0 12.5 23 1-3 3-72 24.0 - 2014 49 486 4 9.9 t28 6-11 5-76 15.2 1-0 0.0 2015 61 569 6 9.3 t42 7-23 20-432 21.6 8-57 7.1 Totals 114 1105 10 9.7 t42 14-37 28-580 20.7 9-57 6.3 • Team Awards Dominator – Franklin & Marshall and Ursinus, 2015 Special Forces – Moravian, 2015 Big Play Special Teams – Dickinson, 2015 “Dig In” – Wilkes, 2015; Wilkes and Franklin & Marshall, 2014 Game Captain – Franklin & Marshall, 2015 • Career Highs receptions – 11 vs. Johns Hopkins, 2015 receiving yards – 124 vs. Johns Hopkins, 2014 all-purpose yards – 191 vs. Johns Hopkins, 2015 • Top Games 2015: 11-124, TD vs. Johns Hopkins 9-101, 2 TD vs. Juniata caught game-winning TD pass with 5:19 left vs. Susquehanna 179 all-purpose yards vs. Moravian 2014: 7-79 vs. Ursinus 6-59, TD vs. Juniata 6-54 vs. Franklin & Marshall 5-57, TD vs. Gettysburg

8 Ryan Delaney Senior • WR • 5-8 • 172 • 3VL Voorhees, N.J./Eastern Regional

At Muhlenberg: Key part of the Mule offense ... Returns to starting role as a slot receiver ... Entered senior season with streak of 24 straight games with a reception and ninth in team history in career catches ... Amassed 1,779 all-purpose yards ... Second on the team and fourth in the Centennial Conference in receptions as a junior ... Was third on the team in catches in 2014 ... Personal: Earned a total of five letters in football (slot receiver/safety) and baseball (centerfielder) at Eastern Regional High School ... Team captain in football and all-conference in baseball ... Parents are Joe and Lourdes Delaney ... Born June 14, 1994 ... A psychology major.

3 John Feaster Senior • CB • 5-9 • 190 • 3VL Washington Twp., N.J./Bergen Catholic

At Muhlenberg: Second year as a team captain ... Has established himself as one of the top corners in the Centennial Conference ... Entered 2016 tied for 10th among active Division III players in career interceptions ... Led the CC and ranked 20th in Division III in interceptions as a freshman after moving from wide receiver in the preseason ... Key special teams contributor ... Personal: Was captain of football team at Bergen Catholic High School ... Played running back, wide receiver, safety, linebacker and cornerback and returned kicks ... Parents are John and Lucy Feaster ... Born Feb. 2, 1995 ... Younger brother Frankie Feaster is a freshman with the Mules ... A psychology major.

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Career Highlights • Statistics 33 games, 32 starts Year Solo Ast Tot TFL Sack PBU Int FF 2013 28 15 43 1-4 0 4 6-69 0 2014 34 10 44 3½-11 0 9 1-0 0 2015 50 11 61 1½-2 0 2 3-0 1 Totals 112 36 148 6-17 0 15 10-69 1 other: 1 rush-20 yds, 2 receptions-27 yds • Career Highs • Honors tackles - 12 vs. Johns Hopkins, 2014 All-Centennial Conference first team, 2014 and 2015 pass breakups - 3 vs. Widener, 2014 All-Centennial Conference second team, 2013 interceptions - 2 vs. Ursinus, 2013 CC defensive player of the week, 2013 • Top Games • Team Awards 2015: 8 tackles, interception vs. Gettysburg Defensive rookie of the year, 2013 11 tackles (8 solo) vs. Stevenson Terminator - Franklin & Marshall and Ursinus, 2013 7 tackles, interception vs. Johns Hopkins Special Forces - Ursinus, 2014 2014: 12 tackles (11 solo), 1 TFL vs. Johns Hopkins Big Play Defense - Franklin & Marshall, 2014 5 tackles, 2 TFL, PBU vs. Gettysburg Big Play Special Teams - McDaniel, Ursinus and Widener, 5 tackles, 3 PBU vs. Widener   2014; Susquehanna and Gettysburg, 2013 2013: 7 tackles, 2 PBU vs. Franklin & Marshall “Dig In” – Franklin & Marshall, 2015 6 tackles, 2 interceptions, PBU vs. Ursinus 6 tackles, interception vs. Dickinson

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Captains

13 9 1 Michael Hogan Senior • NT • 6-1 • 285 • 3VL Mahwah, N.J./Mahwah

At Muhlenberg: Returns to starting spot in middle of the defensive line ... Anchored line for defense that ranked eighth in Division III against the run in 2015 ... Saw action as a reserve defensive end and on special teams each of the his first two years ... Personal: Earned a total of eight letters in football, basketball and lacrosse at Mahwah High School ... Second-team all-county and two-time first-team all-league as a defensive end in football ... Parents are Dennis and Geraldine Hogan ... Born Dec. 9, 1994 ... A neuroscience major and business administration minor.

Career Highlights • Statistics 26 games, 11 starts Year Solo Ast Tot TFL Sack PBU FR Blk 2013 1 6 7 ½-1 0 1 1-0 0 2014 2 2 4 1-5 1-5 2 0 0 2015 13 12 25 4½-15 2-9 2 0 1 Totals 16 20 36 6-21 3-14 5 1-0 1 • Honors Academic All-District first team, 2015 Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll, 2014 and 2015 All-Centennial Conference second team, 2015 • Team Awards Most Improved Player, 2015 Terminator – Stevenson, 2015 Special Forces – Juniata, 2015 Big Play Special Teams – Juniata, 2015 “Dig In” – Johns Hopkins and Stevenson, 2015 Game Captain – Dickinson, 2015 • Career Highs tackles – 5 vs. Dickinson and Stevenson, 2015; vs. Johns Hopkins, 2013 tackles for loss – 2 vs. Dickinson, 2015 • Top Games 2015: blocked last-second FG in eventual OT win at Juniata 5 tackles, sack, PBU vs. Stevenson 5 tackles, 2 TFL vs. Dickinson 1½ TFL vs. Gettysburg 2014: 5-yard sack vs. Juniata tackle, PBU vs. Wilkes 2013: 5 tackles, ½ TFL vs. Johns Hopkins PBU, FR vs. The Apprentice School in first career game

2 Nick Palladino Senior • QB • 6-0 • 206 • 3VL Millstone Twp., N.J./Allentown

At Muhlenberg: One of the top returning quarterbacks in Division III ... Career record of 24-7 as a starter ... Needed only three years to break the school’s career passing mark ... Entered senior season closing in on school records for career touchdown passes (needed three) and rushing yards by a quarterback (needed 138) ... Fifth in CC history and fourth among active Division III quarterbacks in career passing yards ... Seven 300-yard passing games in first three years ... Ranked in top 30 in Division III in completion percentage (16th) and completions per game (30th) as a junior ... Was responsible for at least one touchdown (passing or running) in all 11 games ... Ranked in the top 30 in the country in completion percentage (second), completions per game (11th), passing yards (16th), total offense (28th), passing touchdowns (29th) and pass efficiency (30th) in 2014 ... Began season by throwing 195 consecutive passes without Career Highlights • Statistics 33 games, 31 starts Year Com Att Pct Yds Int TD Eff 2013 166 274 .606 2011 8 14 133.26 2014 266 385 .691 2998 4 25 153.85 2015 232 352 .659 2455 14 23 138.10 Totals 664 1011 .657 7464 26 62 142.79 Year Rushes Yds TD Avg Lg Rec 2013 115 402 6 3.5 t36 2014  86 218 7 2.5 24 2-7 2015 143 555 4 3.9 47 Totals 344 1175 17 3.4 47 2-7 • Honors ECAC South All-Star second team, 2015 All-Centennial Conference first team, 2015; second team, 2014 Centennial Conference rookie of the year, 2013 CC offensive player of the week, 2013, 2014 (twice) and 2015 Weikert Award (Muhlenberg sophomore athlete of the year) • Team Awards Offensive MVP, 2014 and 2015 Offensive rookie of the year, 2013 Bianco Award (MVP of Moravian game), 2014 and 2015 Dominator – Wilkes, Juniata and Moravian, 2015; Juniata,   Ursinus, Moravian and Widener, 2014; McDaniel, Dickinson   and Ursinus, 2013 “Dig In” – Juniata, 2015; Gettysburg, 2014;   Franklin & Marshall, 2013 Game Captain – Johns Hopkins, 2015; Dickinson, 2014

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an interception ... Completed 76.8 • School Records passing yards in a career (7,464) passing yards by end of sophomore season (5,009) passing yards in a season (2,998) passing yards by a freshman (2,011) touchdowns responsible for in a career (79) touchdowns responsible for in a season (32) total offense yards in a career (8,639) total offense yards in a season (3,216) completion percentage in a season (.691) completion percentage in a game (.905) completions in a career (664) completions in a season (266) completions in a game (35) lowest interception percentage in a season (1.0) total offense touchdowns in a season (32) total offense touchdowns in a game (5, tied record) attempts in a career (1,011) attempts in a season (385, tied record) • Career Highs completions - 35 vs. Widener, 2014 attempts - 51 vs. Johns Hopkins, 2014 percentage - .905 (19-21) vs. Moravian, 2015 yards - 388 vs. Widener, 2014 passing touchdowns - 4, four times rushing yards - 109 vs. Wilkes, 2015 rushing touchdowns - 3 vs. Widener, 2014

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percent of his passes over the final five games ... Third among Division III freshmen in total offense in 2013 ... Personal: Passed for 1,800 yards and 24 touchdowns as a senior at Allentown High School ... Named to all-state team ... Three-year team captain … Parents are Paul and Linda Palladino ... Born Aug. 13, 1995 ... A double major in finance and business administration (management and organization concentration).


Returning Players

14 6 7 Charlie Bene

2 3 Amir Blair

Junior • DL • 5-11 • 248

Junior • DB • 5-7 • 179 • 1VL

Hazleton, Pa./Hazleton Area

Tobyhanna, Pa./Pocono Mountain West

At Muhlenberg: Played in one varsity game in

At Muhlenberg: Earned first letter by playing in all 11 games on

his first two years at Muhlenberg ... Named to

special teams and as a reserve defensive back as a sophomore ...

the Centennial Conference Academic Honor

Played for JV team in 2014 ... Personal: Won a total of seven letters

Roll in 2015 ... Personal: Played defensive

in football and wrestling at

tackle and center at Hazleton Area High School

Pocono Mountain West High

... Chosen for UNICO All-Star Game and received Quarterback

School, serving as team captain for two years

Club scholarship ... Parents are Scott and Annette Bene ... Born

in each sport ... Earned honorable mention at

Feb. 26, 1996 ... A physics major.

both linebacker Career Highlights • Statistics 11 games Year Solo Ast Tot TFL FR 2015 4 3 7 0 1-0 • Top Games 2015: made 4 tackles vs. Wilkes recovered fumbled kickoff to   set up field goal in   Centennial/MAC Bowl Game   vs. Stevenson

2 0 Michael Blank

and running back ... Mother is Luz Drummond … Born Feb. 21, 1996 … Major undeclared.

4 9 Marco Blasco

Sophomore • CB • 6-0 • 200

Junior • LB • 5-9 • 205 • 1VL

Nutley, N.J./Seton Hall Prep

Bethlehem, Pa./Bethlehem Catholic

At Muhlenberg: Played cornerback for JV team

At Muhlenberg: Played in all 11 games, primarily on special teams,

as a freshman ... Personal: Earned all-con-

last season ... Held back by injuries as a freshman ... Personal: Re-

ference recognition in football at Seton Hall

ceived all-area honorable mention at nearby Bethlehem Catholic

Preparatory School ... Played cornerback

High School ... Selected for

and wide receiver and served as team

McDonald’s All-Star Classic

captain ... Selected to play for East All-Stars in 2015 Paul

game ... Won Jim Keppel Memorial Scholar-

Robeson Classic ... Parents are Jeffrey and Giovanna Blank

ship ... Parents are Anthony and Shawn Blasco

... Born Oct. 21, 1996 ... Uncle, Richard Blank, played football

… Born Aug. 23, 1995 ... An English major and

for Muhlenberg from 1982 to 1985 ... A business administra-

Italian studies minor.

tion major (marketing concentration).

6 5 J.T. Bucsek

Career Highlights • Statistics 11 games Year Solo Ast Tot TFL FR 2015 4 2 6 0 1-0 • Honors Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll, 2015 • Top Games 2015: made 4 tackles vs. Wilkes recovered fumble vs. McDaniel

9 2 Amir Carter

Junior • OL • 5-11 • 262

Sophomore • DL • 5-10 • 201

Newtown, Pa./Hun School (N.J.)

Paterson, N.J./Passaic County Tech

At Muhlenberg: Played offensive line on the JV team his

At Muhlenberg: Played for JV team as a freshman ...

first two years at Muhlenberg ... Appeared in one varsity

Personal: Was a two-time all-conference defensive end

game as a sophomore... Personal: Earned All-Mid-At-

at Passaic County Technical Institute ... Also earned

lantic Prep League honors three times at The Hun School

all-county recognition ... Won U.S. Marine Corps Dis-

... Played center and defensive tackle and served as team

tinguished Athlete Award ... Threw shot put and discus

captain ... Parents are John Bucsek and Catherine Shanahan ... Father at-

for track and field team ... Parents are Rashone Carter and Yenise Torres ...

tended Muhlenberg ... Born Jan. 17, 1996 ... A double major in accounting

Born Sept. 18, 1997 ... A psychology major.

and finance.

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Returning Players

15

5 Nate Corvil

5 6 Thomas Cosgriff

Sophomore • CB • 5-11 • 173 • 1VL

Junior • DE • 6-1 • 243 • 1VL

Freehold, N.J./Freehold Twp.

Saddle River, N.J./Northern Highlands Regional

At Muhlenberg: Played on kickoff coverage, kickoff re-

At Muhlenberg: Started every game at defensive end as

turn and punt return teams for most of freshman season

a sophomore and tied for fifth on the team in tackles

... Appeared in nine games and made three solo tackles

for loss ... Slowed by injury as a freshman ... Personal:

... Recovered fumble while playing cornerback to set up

Named first-team all-league as a defensive end at

touchdown vs. McDaniel ... Personal: Was a three-year

Northern

varsity letterwinner at Freehold

Highlands Regional High

Twp. High School ... Recorded

School ... Won 89 bouts and

60 tackles and 3 interceptions as

was a two-time district final-

a cornerback ... Named to Shore

ist in wrestling ... Parents are

Conference All-Class A North

TJ and Nancy Cosgriff ... Born

team ... Mother is Danelle Corvil

June 20, 1996 ... A business

... Born April 17, 1997 ... Major

administration major (man-

undeclared.

agement and organization concentration). Career Highlights • Statistics 11 games, 11 starts Year Solo Ast Tot TFL Sack PBU 2015 13 7 20 5-16 2-11 1 • Career Highs tackles - 4 vs. Susquehanna, Moravian and   Stevenson, 2015 tackles for loss – 2½ vs. Susquehanna, 2015 • Highlights 2015: first career sack came on third down vs. McDaniel second sack helped drive Moravian out of field   goal range

9 4 Travis Crawford

5 8 Colin Cunningham

Junior • DE • 6-3 • 243 • 1VL

Sophomore • LB • 5-8 • 221

Milford, N.J./Delaware Valley Regional

East Berlin, Conn./Xavier

At Muhlenberg: Was a valuable reserve defensive end

At Muhlenberg: Played linebacker for JV team as a

for the Mules as a sophomore ... Personal: Earned

freshman ... Competed in one bout for the Muhlenberg

all-county honors and served as a team captain in both

wrestling team ... Personal: Played inside linebacker for

football and basketball at Delaware Valley Regional High

three-time state champion football team at Xavier High

School ... Played tight end and defensive end … Parents

School ... Earned four letters and served as captain of

are Kevin and Ginger

wrestling team ... Won 2014 Connecticut Class LL state championship at 182

Crawford … Born Sept. 25,

pounds ... Parents are Mike and Kira Cunningham ... Born Oct. 21, 1996 ...

1995 … A physics major

Major undeclared.

and mathematics minor.

Career Highlights • Statistics 9 games Year Solo Ast Tot TFL Sack 2015 4 2 6 2-10 1-8 • Highlights 2015: recorded two tackles in regular-season   finale vs. Moravian first career sack came vs. McDaniel on   fourth down

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Returning Players

16 7 George DiFiore

4 4 Stephen Dranoff

Junior • S • 5-11 • 194 • 1VL

Junior • TE/H • 5-9 • 229

Ardsley, N.Y./Ardsley

Robbinsville, N.J./Robbinsville

At Muhlenberg: Won starting job at rover early in sopho-

At Muhlenberg: Saw action in one varsity game as

more season ... Finished ninth on the Mules in tackles and

a fullback in 2015 ... Played linebacker for JV team

fourth in pass breakups ... Made significant contributions on

for most of his first two years ... Personal: Earned

special teams at the tail end of the 2014 season ... Personal:

second-team all-division honors as an offensive

Was a three-year letterwinner and team captain in football

lineman at Robbinsville High School ... Played first

and baseball at Ardsley High School ... Rushed for over 2,000 yards, scored 23

base and catcher for baseball team and captained both squads ... Par-

touchdowns and earned all-state honors in football ... Parents are George and

ents are Michael and Thea Dranoff ... Born May 14, 1996 ... A double

Rosemarie DiFiore ... Born Dec. 25,

major in mathematics and finance.

1995 ... A double major in accounting and finance. Career Highlights • Statistics 17 games, 8 starts Year Solo Ast Tot TFL PBU Int FR 2014 3 0 3 0 0 0 1-0 2015 23 5 28 3-8 3 1-0 0 Totals 26 5 31 3-8 3 1-0 1-0 • Team Awards Special Forces - Moravian, 2014 Big Play Defense – Johns Hopkins and Dickinson, 2015 Big Play Special Teams – Franklin & Marshall, 2015 Career Highs tackles – 6 vs. Dickinson, 2015 • Highlights 2015: made fourth-down tackle a yard short of first   down late in fourth quarter to preserve   15-13 win vs. Dickinson notched first career interception and   deflected pass that was intercepted by a   teammate vs. Johns Hopkins made touchdown-saving tackle on long   kickoff return vs. Franklin & Marshall 2014: recovered fumbled punt vs. Ursinus 2 tackles vs. Moravian

4 0 Jack Fitzsimmons

8 3 Sean Elliott Sophomore • WR • 6-2 • 201 Westfield, N.J./Westfield

At Muhlenberg: Played wide receiver and punted for JV team as a freshman ... Personal: Earned a total of nine letters in football (wide receiver), basketball (forward) and baseball (pitcher) at Westfield High School ... Was captain of basketball team ... Parents are Rick and Mary Elliott ... Born May 8, 1997 ... Brother plays football at Montclair State ... Major undeclared.

5 7 Brian Franzel

Sophomore • LB • 5-11 • 194

Junior • OL • 6-1 • 253

Point Pleasant, N.J./Point Pleasant Boro

Nanuet, N.Y./Nanuet

At Muhlenberg: Suited up for JV team as a freshman

At Muhlenberg: Played both linebacker and defensive

... Personal: Played football, basketball and baseball at

line for the JV team in his first two years at Muhlen-

Point Pleasant Boro High School ... Was a quarterback

berg ... Personal: Led his team in tackles as a middle

and defensive back in football ... Selected to play in Phil

linebacker at Nanuet High School ... Named to all-county

Simms North-South All-Star Classic ... Parents are Mr. &

second team ... Parents are Jeff and Maryanne Franzel ...

Mrs. Joseph Fitzsimmons ... Born Jan. 9, 1997 ...Major undeclared.

Born April 12, 1996 ... Major undeclared.

1 6 Matt Gibbon

2 8 Matthew Gliatta

Sophomore • QB • 5-11 • 192

Sophomore • RB • 5-7 • 184

Livingston, N.J./Livingston

Scarsdale, N.Y./Scarsdale

At Muhlenberg: JV quarterback for the Mules as a fresh-

At Muhlenberg: Played mostly for JV team as a freshman

man ... Personal: Named first-team Super Essex Con-

... Saw varsity action at running back vs. Wilkes and

ference in football at Livingston High School ... Played

carried one time for a 1-yard gain ... Personal: Earned

quarterback and safety ... Two-year starter at third base

all-league honors in football at Scarsdale High School

and catcher for baseball team ... Captained both squads

... Played linebacker and fullback ... Served as team cap-

... Parents are Bob and Lauren Gibbon ... Born July 22, 1997 ... Father played

tain in both football and lacrosse ... Parents are Steve and Sonia Gliatta

football at Bucknell … Major undeclared.

... Born Aug. 23, 1997 ... Major undeclared.

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Returning Players

17

1 1 Jeremy Gray

3 0 Gerard Grimes

Sophomore • LB • 6-0 • 225

Senior • S • 6-0 • 187 • 1VL

Paterson, N.J./Passaic County Tech

Little Egg Harbor, N.J./Pinelands Regional

At Muhlenberg: Played linebacker for

At Muhlenberg: Saw considerable action on special teams as a junior,

JV team as a freshman ... Personal:

earning first varsity letter ... Personal: Received the Milton Gelzer Award

Earned all-county honors as an outside

for career excellence as a senior at Pinelands Regional High School ... Was

linebacker at Passaic County Technical Institute ... Served as team captain ... Also lettered twice as a guard in basketball ... Mother is Tammy Gray ... Born May 1, 1997 … Major undeclared.

football team

Career Highlights • Statistics 12 games Year Solo Ast Tot TFL Blk 2014 1 0 1 0 0 2015 7 1 8 0 1 Totals 8 1 9 0 1 • Team Awards Big Play Special Teams – Gettysburg and   Stevenson, 2015 • Highlights 2015: made two tackles on punt coverage   and blocked a punt to set up TD   in Centennial/MAC Bowl game vs.  Stevenson tackled punt returner for a 1-yard   loss vs. Gettysburg 2014: made tackle vs. Juniata in lone   varsity game

7 7 Jack Hansen

MVP and all-division both at wide receiver and defensive back ... Parents are Gerard Grimes and Vanessa Alicea … Born Jan. 2, 1996 … A double major in mathematics and finance.

2 9 Kyle Klepacki

Junior • OT • 6-4 • 287 • 2VL

Junior • WR • 6-2 • 188

Midland Park, N.J./Midland Park

North Haledon, N.J./Paramus Catholic

At Muhlenberg: Played in 16 games, starting eight,

At Muhlenberg: JV wide receiver for his first two years

in his first two seasons at Muhlenberg ... Started first

as a Mule ... Injured for 2015 season ... Personal: Earned

seven games of 2015 season at left guard before suffering

three letters apiece in football and lacrosse at Paramus

injury ... Personal: Earned a total of eight varsity letters

Catholic High School ... Second-team all-league as a

in football, basketball and golf at Midland Park High

midfielder in lacrosse ... Parents are John and Jackie

School ... Captain and all-league honoree in all three sports ... Second-

Klepacki ... Born Feb. 16, 1996 ... A finance major.

team All-North Jersey as a football lineman ... Parents are Peter and Terri Hansen ... Born Aug. 29, 1996 ...

Dawid Kowal

A business administration major

Sophomore • LB • 6-0 • 206

(management and organization

Lawrence, N.J./Lawrence

concentration).

At Muhlenberg: Played for JV team as a freshman ... Personal: Earned all-area honors at both running back and linebacker at Lawrence High School ... Won four letters and served as team captain ... Parents are Waclaw and Malgorzata Kowal ... Born Oct. 21, 1996 … Major undeclared.

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Returning Players

18

8 4 Nick Lamb Senior • WR • 5-10 • 180 • 2VL

Career Highlights • Statistics 21 games, 18 starts Year Rec Yds Avg TD Lg Rush Yds Avg TD Lg 2014 47 518 11.0 6 48 10 59 5.9 0 29 2015 71 979 13.8 8 52 2 18 9.0 0 22 Totals 118 1497 12.7 14 52 12 77 6.4 0 29 • Team Awards “Dig In” (season), 2015 Most Improved Player, 2014 Dominator – Gettysburg, Juniata, Dickinson and Stevenson, 2015;   Franklin & Marshall, 2014 Big Play Offense – Ursinus, 2015; Wilkes, 2014 “Dig In” - Juniata, 2014 Game Captain – Stevenson, 2015 • Career Highs receptions - 14 vs. Juniata, 2015 receiving yards - 212 vs. Juniata, 2015 touchdowns – 3 vs. Gettysburg, 2015 rushing yards - 31 vs. McDaniel, 2014 • Top Games 2015: 14-212, TD vs. Juniata 11-138, 3TD vs. Gettysburg 11-172, TD vs. Stevenson in bowl game 8-116, TD vs. Johns Hopkins 2014: 10-102, 2 TD vs. Ursinus 5-100, TD vs. Franklin & Marshall 5-99, TD vs. Wilkes in first career game 8-45 receiving, 2-31 rushing vs. McDaniel

Philadelphia, Pa./William Penn Charter

At Muhlenberg: Emerged as one of the top receivers in the Centennial Conference in just two seasons ... Played baseball his first two years at Muhlenberg ... Entered senior season eighth in team history in career receptions, 51 short of school record, and 13th in receiving yards ... Tied school record of four career games with double digits in receptions ... His 71 receptions in 2015 were five short of the school record for a season ... Led CC in receiving yards per game and was second in touchdowns ... Fourth on the team in receptions and second in receiving touchdowns in 2014 ... Personal: Lettered in baseball and basketball at William Penn Charter School ... Earned all-city honors as an outfielder in baseball ... Parents are James and Patsy Lamb ... Born Oct. 30, 1993 ... A biology major.

3 1 Craig Levine

2 1 Christian Lopez

Junior • DB • 5-8 • 181

Junior • DB • 5-10 • 186 • 1VL

Brick, N.J./Red Bank Catholic

Garfield, N.J./St. Mary

At Muhlenberg: Played cornerback for the JV

At Muhlenberg: Played in all 11 games as a nickel and on special

team the last two seasons ... Also competes

teams in 2015 ... Had an injury-plagued freshman season ...

with the Mule track team as a sprinter ... Per-

Personal: Won three

sonal: Captained football and track teams at

varsity letters and

Red Bank Catholic High School ... Earned a total

served as a team cap-

of five varsity letters ... Parents are Craig and Carmen Levine …

tain in football at St. Mary High School

Born March 8, 1996 … A double major in finance and international

... Parents are Richard Lopez and Carolyn

studies (global trade and international business concentration).

Bryan … Born March 19, 1996 … An economics major. Career Highlights • Statistics 11 games Year Solo Ast Tot TFL Int 2015 4 2 6 0 1-0 • Highlights 2015: recorded 4 tackles vs. McDaniel made diving interception of   tipped ball vs. Wilkes in first   career game

In the Community The members of the Muhlenberg College football team are appreciative of their status as collegiate players and make every effort to give back to the community that supports them. The team has a spring tradition of participating in lift-a-thons that have raised more than $12,000 for Lauren’s First and Goal, a charitable organization that provides financial support for brain tumor research and cancer services, to offer financial and emotional support to families living with pediatric cancer and to increase awareness of the disease. For several years, Muhlenberg coaches have volunteered at the annual LFG camp at nearby Lafayette College. The team puts its muscles to good use again in late August, helping first-year students transport their belongings into their new residence halls on “Move-In Day.”

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Returning Players

19 4 5 Mike Luby Career Highlights • Statistics 25 games, 15 starts Year Solo Ast Tot TFL Sack PBU Int FF FR 2013 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2014 18 14 32 3-22 3-22 1 0 2 0 2015 38 16 54 16-72 11½-63 4 1-4 1 1-0 Totals 57 31 88 19-94 14½-85 5 1-4 3 1-0 • Honors All-South Region third team, 2015 ECAC South All-Star second team, 2015 All-Centennial Conference first team, 2015 Centennial Conference player of the week, 2015 (twice) • Team Awards Defensive MVP, 2015 Terminator – McDaniel, Johns Hopkins, Gettysburg and Juniata, 2015 Big Play Defense – Moravian, 2015 “Dig In” - Susquehanna, 2014 Game Captain – Ursinus, 2015• Team Awards • Career Highs tackles – 10 vs. Johns Hopkins, 2015 solo tackles – 8 vs. Juniata, 2015 sacks – 4 vs. Dickinson, 2015 • Top Games 2015: 5 tackles, 4 sacks, PBU vs. Dickinson 7 tackles, 3½ sacks vs. Gettysburg 5 tackles, 2½ sacks, FF vs. Moravian 10 tackles, 2 TFL, interception at Johns Hopkins 2014: 6 tackles, TFL vs. Wilkes in first career start 5 tackles, 2 TFL, FF vs. Gettysburg 5 tackles, FF, PBU vs. Johns Hopkins

Senior • LB • 5-9 • 196 • 2VL Marlborough, Conn./RHAM

At Muhlenberg: Had a breakout season at outside linebacker in 2015 ... Led the Centennial Conference and tied for 13th in Division III in sacks ... Led Muhlenberg in tackles for loss, tied for second in pass breakups and was fourth in total tackles ... His 11½ sacks were the second most in a season in team history ... Started five games as an inside linebacker in 2014 ... Played in four games as a midfielder and faceoff specialist for the Mule men’s lacrosse team in the spring of 2015 ... Personal: Named all-conference four years in football and three in lacrosse at RHAM High School ... Also wrestled and competed in indoor track ... Football team MVP as a senior … Parents are Christopher and Donna Luby … Born Dec. 7, 1994 … A double major in economics and finance.

6 1 Domenick Mattia

3 4 Bobby Merle

Senior • OG • 6-1 • 257 • 2VL

Sophomore • DB • 5-10 • 172

Cedar Grove, N.J./Bergen Catholic

Belvidere, N.J./Belvidere

At Muhlen-

At Muhlenberg: Played for JV team as a

berg: Has

freshman ... Appeared in 18 games, start-

improved

ing nine as an outfielder, for the Mule

with increased

baseball team in the spring ... Personal:

experience

Rushed for more than 1,200 yards and

throughout career ... Earned

earned all-conference honors as a senior at Belvidere High

starting nods at both guard and

School ... As a junior, led his team in tackles and was named

center ... Personal: Was an all-league center at Bergen Catholic High School ... Won three varsity letters ... Parents are Michael and Karen Mattia ... Born Oct. 24, 1994

to all-conference team ... Lettered four years in baseball ... Career Highlights • Team Awards Big Play Offense – Juniata and   Dickinson, 2015 • Statistics 2015 10 games played, 4 started 2014 9 games played, 3 started

Team captain in both sports ... Parents are Bob and Elissa Merle ... Born May 31, 1997 ... Father played football at Muhlenberg from 1980 to 1983 ... A history major.

... A history major.

1 5 Jake Morra Junior • LB • 6-0 • 212 • 1VL River Vale, N.J./Pascack Valley

At Muhlenberg: Started every game at inside linebacker and finished second on the team in tackles last fall ... Tied for team lead in fumble recoveries and was second in tackles for loss ... Played for JV team as a freshman ... Personal: Earned three varsity letters as a linebacker and served as team captain in football at Pascack Valley High School ... Parents are Russ and Sharon Morra ... Born June 1, 1996 ... A biology major.

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Career Highlights • Statistics 11 games, 11 starts Year Solo Ast Tot TFL Sack PBU FR 2015 35 27 62 7-20 3-14 1 2-0 • Team Awards Terminator – Franklin & Marshall, 2015 Big Play Defense – Ursinus, 2015 “Dig In” – Susquehanna, 2015 • Career Highs tackles – 12 vs. Franklin & Marshall, 2015 solo tackles – 7 vs. Franklin & Marshall, 2015 tackles for loss – 2 vs. Franklin & Marshall, 2015 • Highlights 2015: recorded 4½ TFL and all 3 of his sacks in the   second half of the season made 6 tackles, broke up pass and tackled   runner in end zone for safety at Gettysburg recovered fumbles vs. Franklin & Marshall   and Dickinson

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Returning Players

20 9 Matt Musilli

9 7 Jacob Najarian

Sophomore • LB • 5-10 • 203 • 1VL

Junior • DL • 6-0 • 242

Wantage, N.J./High Point Regional

New Tripoli, Pa./Northwestern Lehigh

At Muhlenberg: Was a valuable reserve outside linebacker in 2015

At Muhlenberg: Played on the defensive line

... Also played on all special teams ... Third on the team in sacks ...

for the JV team his first two years at Muhlen-

JV player as a freshman ... Personal: Selected team MVP in football

berg ... Named to the Centennial Conference

at High Point Regional High School ... Offensive player of the year

Academic Honor Roll in 2015 ... Personal:

as a running back ... Also earned all-conference honors as a center-

Started every game at defensive end and

fielder in baseball ... Parents are

center for final two years at Northwestern Lehigh High School ...

Chuck and Lora Musilli ... Born

Earned all-league honors at both positions as a senior, when he

July 11, 1996 … A double major in

recorded 77 tackles and 8½ sacks ... Parents are Frederick and

business administration (market-

Joyce Najarian ... Born April 19, 1996 … A mathematics major and

ing concentration) and finance.

physics minor.

Career Highlights • Statistics 11 games Year Solo Ast Tot TFL Sack FF 2015 17 8 25 5-26 4-21 2 • Team Awards Big Play Defense – Stevenson, 2015 Big Play Special Teams – Gettysburg and Moravian, 2015 • Career Highs tackles – 6 vs. Gettysburg, 2015 solo tackles – 4 vs. McDaniel, 2015 sacks – 2 vs. Moravian, 2015 • Highlights 2015: forced fumble to set up TD vs. McDaniel both sacks vs. Moravian came on third down

3 5 Anthony Natale

7 5 Kyle Oprisko

Sophomore • DB • 5-10 • 188

Sophomore • OL • 6-2 • 270

Readington, N.J./Hunterdon Central

Dunmore, Pa./Dunmore

At Muhlenberg: Played in the secondary for the JV team

At Muhlenberg: Played in one varsity game as a reserve

as a freshman ... Personal: Served as a football team

offensive lineman in 2015 ... Personal: Played on both

captain at Hunterdon Central Regional High School

the offensive and defensive lines at Dunmore High

... Parents are Tony and Cathy Natale ... Born March 24,

School ... Named a regional all-star ... Threw the shot

1997 ... Older brother Joseph Natale played football at Tufts ... Major undeclared.

put for the track and field team ... Team captain in both sports ... Parents are Kevin and Judy Oprisko ... Born March 23, 1997 ... Major undeclared.

69 Marcos Ortega-Diaz

2 5 Olivier Payen

Senior • DE • 5-11 • 261

Sophomore • LB • 5-10 • 178

Flemington, N.J./Hunterdon Central

Lawrence, N.J./Lawrence

At Muhlenberg: Played on both lines for the JV team his first three

At Muhlenberg: Played in final six games of

years ... Good teammate ... Personal: Named all-county and All-

2015 season on special teams ... Recorded

West Jersey

two tackles on kickoff returns ... Personal:

as a defen-

Lettered three years as an outside linebacker

sive tackle at

at Lawrence High School ... Served as team

Hunterdon Central High School

captain ... Mother is Michele Mathelier ... Born March 3, 1997 …

... Lettered all four years, serv-

Major undeclared.

ing as a team captain as a senior ... Grew up in Mexico and did not play American football until high school … Parents are Jose Ortega and Maria Diaz ... Born May 11, 1995 ... A double major in international studies (global trade and international business concentration) and Spanish.

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Returning Players

21

6 8 Jack Petrella

2 7 Matthew Pine

Senior • OL • 6-6 • 288

Sophomore • RB • 5-8 • 172

Mendham, N.J./West Morris Mendham

Freehold, N.J./Freehold Twp.

At Muhlenberg: Played on offensive line for the JV team his first

At Muhlenberg: Lined up at running back

three years with the Mules ... Appeared in one varsity game in

for the JV team as a freshman ... Personal:

2015 ... Personal:

Played both running back and defensive back

Played offen-

at Freehold Twp. High School ... Earned three

sive tackle and

letters and served as team captain ... Also let-

defensive tackle at West Morris

tered two years as a midfielder in lacrosse ... Parents are Taylor

Mendham High School ... Parents

and Nancy Pine ... Born May 21, 1997 ... Mother is a Muhlenberg

are John Petrella and Theresa Kelly

alumna ... A finance major.

... Born March 10, 1995 ... A business administration major (management and organization concentration).

81 Chris Quinlan

10 Sean Robbins

Junior • WR • 5-10 • 154

Senior • WR • 5-11 • 192 • 1VL

Wall Twp., N.J./Wall

Kinnelon, N.J./Kinnelon

At Muhlenberg: Played on the JV team as

At Muhlenberg: Returned

a wide receiver in his first two seasons ...

to program in 2015 after

Appeared in two varsity games in 2015 ...

taking a year off ... Played

Personal: Named offensive MVP as a senior at

in six games as a receiver

Wall High School ... First-team all-conference

and on special teams

... Played in both All-Shore Classic and North-South All-Star

... Caught 10-yard pass vs. Stevenson in

Classic ... Parents are Bob and Judee Quinlan ... Born June 17,

Centennial/MAC Bowl game ... Played for

1996 ... An accounting major.

JV team in 2013 after moving from quarterback to receiver ... Personal: Four-year starter at quarterback for Kinnelon High School ... Amassed 8,000 total yards and 90 touchdowns and led team to first state title in school history ... Parents are Wills and Lisa Robbins ... Born Feb. 24, 1995 ... Older brother Kyle Robbins played football at Holy Cross ... A double major in business administration (marketing concentration) and finance.

32 Nick Savant Junior • RB • 5-10 • 192 • 1VL Hellertown, Pa./Saucon Valley

At Muhlenberg: The team’s top returning running back ... Led the Mules and ranked sixth in the Centennial Conference in rushing in 2015 ... Second on the team in scoring with his seven touchdowns ... Started his first game as a freshman before suffering season-ending injury ... Personal: Named Express-

Times player of the year as a senior at nearby Saucon Valley High School ... Also lettered four years in lacrosse ... Parents are Lou and Gina Savant ... Born Sept. 7, 1995 ... A biology major and Italian studies minor.

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Career Highlights • Statistics 12 games, 12 starts Year Rush Yds Avg TD Lg Rec Yds Avg TD Lg 2014 7 54 7.7 0 23 0 0 0.0 0 2015 152 650 4.3 5 54 16 128 8.0 2 27 Totals 159 704 4.4 5 54 16 128 8.0 2 27 • Team Awards Offensive rookie of the year, 2015 Mulvihill Award, 2015 Dominator – McDaniel and Johns Hopkins, 2015 Big Play Offense – Wilkes, 2015 • Career Highs rushes – 22 vs. Johns Hopkins, 2015 rushing yards – 122 vs. McDaniel, 2015 touchdowns – 2 vs. McDaniel and Johns Hopkins, 2015 receptions – 4 vs. Johns Hopkins, 2015 receiving yards – 47 vs. Susquehanna, 2015 all-purpose yards – 131 vs. McDaniel, 2015 • Top Games 2015: 9-122, TD, receiving TD vs. McDaniel 21-92 vs. Ursinus 22-93, 2 TD vs. Johns Hopkins 54-yard TD run vs. Wilkes 27-yard TD reception vs. Susquehanna 2014: 7-54 vs. Wilkes

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Returning Players

22 6 0 Christian Schmid

4 3 Christopher Scordo

Sophomore • OL • 6-4 • 286

Junior • TE/H • 5-10 • 209

West Orange, N.J./Seton Hall Prep

Allentown, N.J./Steinert

At Muhlenberg: Played on the defensive line for the JV

At Muhlenberg: Reserve quarterback for the Mules for

team as a freshman ... Wrestled at heavyweight for the

his first two years ... Missed entire 2014 season re-

Mules in the winter ... Personal: Was defensive MVP of

covering from injury ... Personal: Earned two letters

football team at Seton Hall Prep ... Earned two letters as

in football and one each in baseball and wrestling at

a defensive end and tight end ... State qualifier in wres-

Steinert High School ... Played quarterback and outside

tling and regional champion as a thrower in track and field ... Team captain

linebacker ... Parents are John and Theresa Scordo ... Born Feb. 18, 1996 ... A

in wrestling and track ... Born July 6, 1997 … Major undeclared.

double major in accounting and finance.

Alex Sempervive

4 2 Tyler Smith

Sophomore • OL • 5-10 • 288

Senior • LB • 6-0 • 223 • 1VL

New Egypt, N.J./New Egypt

Peekskill, N.Y./Kennedy Catholic

At Muhlenberg: Played in one varsity

At Muhlenberg: Was one of the Mules’ top special teams players in his

game as a freshman offensive lineman

first varsity season in 2015 ... Personal: Named team MVP as a senior

... Personal: Earned three letters as a

middle linebacker at Kennedy Catholic High School ... Was defensive MVP

two-way lineman at New Egypt High

while play-

School ... Threw shot put and discus

ing outside

and was a state championship qualifier in track and field

backer as a junior … Parents

... Also lettered in basketball ... Parents are Robert and

are Byron Brown and Sylvia

Monica Sempervive ... Born June 28, 1997 … Major unde-

Smith … Born Jan. 19, 1996 ...

clared.

A double major in mathematics and finance.

Career Highlights • Statistics 11 games Year Solo Ast Tot FF FR 2015 9 4 13 1 2-0 • Team Awards Most Improved Player, 2015 Special Forces – Wilkes, McDaniel and Susquehanna, 2015 Big Play Special Teams – Johns Hopkins and Susquehanna, 2015 “Dig In” – Susquehanna, 2015 • Highlights 2015: made a high of 4 tackles (3 on special teams)   vs. McDaniel recovered fumbled kickoff vs. Susquehanna and   fumbled punt vs. Gettysburg in back-to-back games forced fumble on kickoff return in Centennial/MAC   Bowl game vs. Stevenson

6 Matthew Stickney

7 9 Marek Tomanek

Junior • TE/H • 5-10 • 198 • 2VL

Junior • OL • 6-0 • 266 • 1VL

Marlton, N.J./Cherokee

Milford, N.J./Delaware Valley Regional

At Muhlenberg: Started first six games of 2015 season at tight

At Muhlenberg: Moved across the ball after

end/H-back before suffering injury ... Played in all 11 games as

appearing in six varsity games as a reserve nose

Career Highlights • Statistics 17 games, 6 starts Year Rush Yds Avg TD Lg Rec Yds Avg TD Lg 2014 21 81 3.9 1 13 8 91 11.4 0 40 2015 1 5 5.0 0 5 15 126 8.4 2 18 Totals 22 86 3.9 1 13 23 217 9.4 2 40 • Team Awards Big Play Offense – Franklin & Marshall, McDaniel and    Gettysburg, 2015; Gettysburg, 2014 • Career Highs rushing yards – 56 vs. Franklin & Marshall, 2014 receptions – 4 vs. McDaniel and Susquehanna, 2015 receiving yards – 42 vs. Susquehanna, 2015 • Top Games 2015: 4-42 receiving vs. Susquehanna caught touchdown passes in back-to-back games vs.   Franklin & Marshall and McDaniel 2014: 12-56 rushing, TD vs. Franklin & Marshall 40-yard reception vs. Juniata

a tailback

tackle in 2015 ... Credited with a pair of tackles

and blocking

... Personal: Played defensive line at Delaware

back as a

Valley

freshman ... Personal: Was a

Regional High School ...

three-year letterwinner and

Won over 30 matches and

two-year captain at Cherokee

qualified for state wrestling

High School ... Played for state

tournament as a senior

championship team and was

... Parents are Anthony

all-state as a defensive back ...

Tomanek and Mary Ellen

Parents are Stanley and Nancy

Aleksza ... Born Oct. 31, 1995

Stickney ... Born Aug. 21, 1995

... A political science major

... A double major in economics

and economics minor.

and finance.

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Returning Players

23

80 Nicholas Weissauer

2 4 Brian Wiegand

Junior • WR • 5-6 • 178

Senior • CB • 5-10 • 174

Milford, Conn./Joseph A. Foran

Darien, Conn./Darien

At Muhlenberg: Wide receiver on the JV team his first

At Muhlenberg: Valauble defensive back and special teams

two years at Muhlenberg ... Saw action in two varsity

player when healthy throughout career ... Personal: Earned

games in 2015 ...

all-conference laurels as a cornerback at Darien

Personal: Won a

High School ... Also earned two letters as a guard in

total of seven letters

basketball … Parents are Brian Wiegand and Carol

in football and basketball at Joseph A. Foran High School ... Captain of both teams ... Two-time all-state in football ... Parents are William and Robin Weissauer ... Born Dec. 31, 1995 ... A double major in accounting and finance.

Career Highlights • Statistics 6 games Year Solo Ast Tot PBU Int Blk 2014 6 4 10 0 0 1 2015 3 0 3 2 1-0 0 Totals 9 4 13 2 1-0 1 • Honors Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll, 2014 and 2015 • Team Awards Special Forces - Wilkes and McDaniel, 2014 Big Play Special Teams - Franklin & Marshall, 2014 “Dig In” - Susquehanna, 2013 • Top Games 2015: 2 PBU vs. Wilkes 2 tackles, interception vs. Franklin & Marshall 2014: 7 tackles vs. McDaniel tackle, blocked punt vs. Franklin & Marshall

33 Kyle Wilczynski

Farquhar … Born Aug. 24, 1994 ... A double major in economics and finance.

1 7 Luke Wiley

Junior • LB • 6-2 • 208 • 1VL

Sophomore • S • 6-0 • 181 • 1VL

Allendale, N.J./Northern Highlands Regional

Warrington, Pa./Central Bucks South

At Muhlenberg: Started all 11 games at outside linebacker as a

At Muhlenberg: Started seven games at free

sophomore ... Seventh on the team in tackles and tied for second

safety as a freshman and led the Mules in

in interceptions ... Personal: Earned first-team all-league honors

interceptions ... Sixth on the team in tackles

in football at Northern Highlands Regional High School ... Played

... One of only two freshmen to earn All-Cen-

linebacker and running back ... Also lettered as a midfielder in la-

tennial Conference honors ... Personal: Was

crosse ... Parents are Rich and Amy Wilczyn-

a two-time defensive MVP as a free safety at Central Bucks High

ski ... Born Oct. 30, 1995 ... Major undeclared.

School South ... Served as team captain ... Twice named to AllIntelligencer first team ... Parents are Chris and Carol Wiley ...

Career Highlights • Statistics 11 games, 11 starts Year Solo Ast Tot TFL Sack PBU Int FF 2015 29 14 43 2½-5 0 2 3-75 1 • Career Highs tackles – 8 vs. Dickinson, 2015 • Highlights 2015: returned picks for touchdowns in back-to-back   games vs. Susquehanna and Gettysburg one-handed pick and 31-yard return at   Gettysburg was named D-III play of the week first Mule to record a pick-six in consecutive   games since 1947 caught two two-point conversions in season   opening win vs. Wilkes first Mule to score more than one two-point   conversion in a game since 1967 recorded 7 tackles, one for loss, vs. Wilkes in first   career varsity game

1 Josiah Wright Sophomore • WR • 5-7 • 148 Bethlehem, Pa./Liberty

At Muhlenberg: Was a running back on the JV team as a freshman ... Personal: Lettered three years as a receiver, running back and kick returner at Liberty High School ... Was also a guard in basketball and an all-league sprinter

Born July 17, 1996 ... A mathematics major.

Career Highlights • Statistics 11 games, 7 starts Year Solo Ast Tot TFL Sack PBU Int FR 2015 38 7 45 1-1 0 1 4-61 1-0 • Honors All-Centennial Conference honorable mention, 2015 • Team Awards Defensive rookie of the year, 2015 Terminator – Susquehanna, 2015 Big Play Defense – Susquehanna, Dickinson and Moravian, 2015 • Career Highs tackles – 7 vs. McDaniel, Susquehanna and Gettysburg, 2015 solo tackles – 7 vs. Susquehanna, 2015 interceptions – 2 vs. Juniata, 2015 • Highlights 2015: made tackle on 2-point conversion attempt with 4:16   left in fourth to preserve 15-13 win vs. Dickinson 7 tackles, interception, FR vs. Susquehanna 2 interceptions vs. Juniata 5 tackles, interception vs. Wilkes in first career game

for track and field team ... Parents are Roy and Cindy Wright ... Born June 2, 1997 … Major undeclared.

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Newcomers

24

87

54

72

74

78

64

48

Danny

Kwasi

Christian

Marc

Frank

Zachary

Nick

Allison

Ampomah

Autino

Black

Cresta

Cyphers

DeLucas

Freshman • WR

Freshman • DL

Sophomore • OL

Freshman • LB

Freshman • DL

Freshman • OL

Freshman • RB

6-4 • 174

6-0 • 195

6-2 • 272

6-2 • 231

6-2 • 253

5-9 • 158

Mountain Lakes,

Philadelphia, Pa./

Wood-Ridge, N.J./

Aston, Pa./

Pohatcong Twp.,

Willow Grove, Pa./

N.J./

Germantown

Wood-Ridge

5-10 • 240 Owings Mills, Md./ Boys’ Latin School

The Haverford

N.J./

Upper Moreland

Mountain Lakes

Academy

School

Phillipsburg

19

12

36

82

52

96

Ryan

Travis

Frankie

Michael

Chris

Dylan

Dimmick

Edmond

Feaster

Gilmore

Hillburn

Kelso

Freshman • QB

Sophomore • QB

Freshman • TE/H

Freshman • WR

Freshman • LB

Freshman • LB

5-10 • 172

6-2 • 179

6-2 • 227

6-1 • 177

5-11 • 217

6-2 • 199

Silver Spring, Md./

Coopersburg, Pa./

Washington Twp.,

Warminster, Pa./

Cheshire, Conn./

Marlton, N.J./

Bethesda-Chevy

Southern Lehigh

N.J./

Germantown

Cheshire

Cherokee

Bergen Catholic

Academy

Chase

73

4

89

41

53

99

71

Anthony

Mason

Max

Mickey

Christian

Frank

Ryan

Kepnach

Kholi

Kirin

Kober

Leighton

Lucchesi

Malarkey

Freshman • OL

Freshman • QB

Freshman • WR

Freshman • LB

Freshman • LB

Freshman • DL

Freshman • OL

6-4 • 294

6-3 • 177

5-10 • 180

6-1 • 208

5-10 • 194

6-3 • 248

6-1 • 280

Hawley, Pa./

Allentown, Pa./

Eldersburg, Md./

Havertown, Pa./

Willow Grove, Pa./

Hamilton Square, N.J./

Jim Thorpe, Pa./

Wallenpaupack

Mercersburg

Liberty

The Haverford

Upper Moreland

Steinert

Marian Catholic

Academy

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Newcomers

25

59

26

85

70

39

47

Declan

Josh

Yanni

Kenneth

Luke

Joseph

Mandeville

Martin

Mitropoulos

Mulkeen

Nardone

O’Hagan

Freshman • DL

Freshman • WR

Freshman • K

Freshman • OL

Freshman • LB

Freshman • DB

6-2 • 252

5-8 • 165

6-2 • 198

6-2 • 255

5-10 • 197

5-9 • 183

Jamison, Pa./

East Orange, N.J./

Northvale, N.J./

Rockville Centre,

Saddle River, N.J./

Wyckoff, N.J./

Central Bucks West

Newark Academy

Northern Valley

N.Y./

Northern

Ramapo

Old Tappan

Kellenberg

Highlands Regional

86

93

46

76

38

37

Zack

Brian

Michael

Matthew

Steven

Dean

Post

Raguseo

Reilly

Rice

Rice

Schweinler

Freshman • WR

Freshman • DL

Freshman • LB

Freshman • OL

Freshman • LB

Freshman • WR

6-3 • 213

6-2 • 228

5-10 • 179

6-1 • 239

6-0 • 193

5-9 • 160

Allentown, Pa./

Wyckoff, N.J./

Howell, N.J./

Schwenksville, Pa./

Schwenksville, Pa./

Short Hills, N.J./

Parkland

Ramapo

Howell

Spring-Ford

Spring-Ford

Millburn

95

98

50

22

13

90

Benjamin

Todd

Jon

Thomas

Ricky

Nathaniel

Solomon

Spirt

Stoerrle

Talenti

Venuto

Wiggley

Freshman • LB

Freshman • K

Freshman • DL

Freshman • RB

Freshman • QB

Freshman • DL

5-11 • 194

5-7 • 164

6-3 • 213

5-9 • 181

5-11 • 198

6-1 • 256

Brookline, Mass./

Dresher, Pa./

Marmora, N.J./

Bayville, N.Y./

Collegeville, Pa./

Bordentown, N.J./

Brookline

Upper Dublin

Ocean City

Locust Valley

Spring-Ford

Bordentown Regional

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2015 Review

26 centennial conference standings Conference Games All Games W L Pct PF PA W L Pct PF PA H A Johns Hopkins 9 0 1.000 407 138 11 1 .917 548 217 6-1 5-0 Muhlenberg 7 2 .778 260 173 8 3 .727 304 194 5-1 3-2 Moravian 7 2 .778 295 197 8 3 .727 332 234 4-1 4-2 Gettysburg 6 3 .667 239 223 7 3 .700 288 233 3-2 4-1 Franklin & Marshall 5 4 .556 160 183 6 4 .600 202 220 3-2 3-2 Susquehanna 4 5 .444 240 260 5 5 .500 268 273 4-1 1-4 Dickinson 3 6 .333 206 221 3 7 .300 213 250 2-3 1-4 Juniata 2 7 .222 140 236 3 7 .300 166 249 1-4 2-3 Ursinus 2 7 .222 152 235 3 7 .300 169 244 1-3 2-4 McDaniel 0 9 .000 136 369 0 10 .000 169 403 0-6 0-4 NCAA Tournament Johns Hopkins 52, Western New England 20 (first round) Wesley 42, Johns Hopkins 37 (second round) Centennial-MAC Bowl Series Stevenson 14, Muhlenberg 9 Delaware Valley 20, Moravian 16

mules among the statistical leaders category rushing defense total defense sacks by time of possession completions per game pass defense efficiency defensive touchdowns red zone defense receiving yards opponent first downs opponent fourth-down conversions completion percentage completion percentage punt return defense scoring defense sacks by turnovers gained total offense first downs points responsible receptions passing yards receiving touchdowns tackles for loss blocked kicks allowed fumbles recovered fumbles recovered passing touchdowns interceptions fourth-down conversions passing offense opponent third-down conversions passing efficiency passing efficiency tackles for loss receiving touchdowns interceptions fumbles recovered third-down conversions kickoff return defense scoring offense total offense return yards yards per pass attempt fumbles forced

player/team team team Mike Luby team Nick Palladino team team team Nick Lamb team team Nick Palladino team team team team team Nick Palladino team Nick Palladino Nick Lamb Nick Palladino Nick Lamb Mike Luby team Jake Morra Tyler X. Smith Nick Palladino team team team team Nick Palladino team team Ryan Delaney Luke Wiley team team team team team Ryan Delaney Nick Palladino Matt Musilli

avg/no cc rank ncaa rank* 83.0 1 8 268.5 1 13 1.05 1 14t 33:18 1 17 21.1 1 30 106.91 1 35 2 1 44t .676 1 45t 89.0 1 46 173 1 .273 2 13t .659 2 16 .648 2 19 3.9 2 22 17.6 2 32 2.82 2 32 26 2 35t 273.6 2 38 240 2 40t 164 2 41t 6.5 2 45 2,455 2 46 8 2 1.45 2 1 2t 26t 2 2t 48t 2 2t 48t 23 3 43t 15 3 43t .571 3 47t 229.4 3 .341 3 138.10 3 136.41 3 6.7 3 6 3t 4 3t 11 4 46t .420 4 19.11 4 27.6 4 396.7 4 489 4 6.97 4 2 4t

all-centennial conference First Team DEFENSE DL Jonathan Cox, FM DL Keonte Henson, JH DL Tim McCabe, Mo DL Steve Ambs, U LB Keith Corliss, JH ^ LB Mike Luby, Mu LB Kodie McNamara, G LB Brady Watts, JH DB John Feaster, Mu DB Anthony Orlando, Mo DB Jack Toner, JH DB Kyle Adkins, U

Second Team

Honorable Mention

Michael Hogan, Mu Lance Hammond, JH Kevin Sherry, D A.J. Koikoi, FM Lenny Smith, Mu Jim Barry, S Jack Campbell, JH James Roccograndi, U Vincent Moffett, FM Brian Calatozzo, G Jimmy McCarthy, Mo Dan Johnson, JH

Ronald Christian, Mu John Snyder, Mo Joe Scaglione, G

OFFENSE QB Nick Palladino, Mu RB Stuart Walters, JH RB Brandon Cherry, JH WR Bradley Munday, JH * WR Nick Lamb, Mu TE Fred Pulzello, G OL Willie Britt, Mu OL Colin Egan, JH OL Ryan Ignatovig, FM OL Ryan Pearce, S OL Rowan Cade, JH

Jonathan Germano, JH Chris Negron, Mo Kyle Wigley, G Jalen Snyder-Scipio, Mo Kirby Breault, Ju Mike O’Connell, JH Bryan Auvil, Mu ! Chantz Anderson, JH Fernando Concepcion, JH Max Neis, Mo Frank Marin, Ju

SPECIAL TEAMS K Eric Boyer, U P Eric Boyer, U KR Eli Redmond, Mo

Evan Argiriou, S Dylan Jenkins, S Matt McFadden, G

Luke Wiley, Mu Teddy Airoldi, D

Nick Crusco, S Cedric Madden, D Diamente Holloway, S # Andrew Racobaldo, Mo Pierce Frauenheim, G Baxter DeBruyn, JH Mark Opaliski, FM

Jerome Wachter, Mo Brett Haas, Mc Vincent Moffett, FM

^ defensive player of the year  * offensive player of the year ! scholar-athlete of the year  # rookie of the year

other honors • Academic All-America.......................................... Bryan Auvil (first team) • Academic All-District............................................ Matt Aspinwall Bryan Auvil Michael Hogan • CC Academic Honor Roll...................................... Matt Aspinwall Bryan Auvil Charlie Bene Marco Blasco Willie Britt Michael Hogan Michael Hovan Andrew Kincaid Justin Lange Dillon Minnaker Jacob Najarian Matt Pagano Jake Solari Brian Wiegand • All-South Region................................................... Willie Britt (third team) Mike Luby (third team) • ECAC South All-Stars............................................ Mike Luby (second team) Nick Palladino (second team) • CC Sportsmanship Team...................................... Dillon Minnaker • CC Offensive Player of the Week...................... Nick Lamb (Oct. 18) Nick Palladino (Nov. 15) • CC Defensive Player of the Week...................... Mike Luby (Oct. 18, Nov. 1)

* top 50 only (out of 243 teams in Division III)

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2015 Statistics

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RESULTS (8-3 overall, 7-2 Centennial Conference) Sept. 4 Wilkes W 35-7 Sept. 12 at Franklin & Marshall L   15-16 Sept. 19 McDaniel W 55-0 Sept. 26 at Johns Hopkins L   28-49 Oct. 3 Susquehanna W   27-24 Oct. 17 at Gettysburg W   41-13 Oct. 24 at Juniata W(2ot)   41-35 Oct. 31 Dickinson W   15-13 Nov. 7 at Ursinus W 10-9 Nov. 14 Moravian W   28-14 Nov. 21 Stevenson L   9-14

(3,254) (671) (3,255) (2,250) (1,003) (2,775) (2,100) (2,815) (4,444) (3,240) (1,490)

SCORING BY PERIODS MULES Opponents

1 2 3 4 OT Total Avg 70 105 55 61 13 304 27.6 28 47 52 60 7 194 17.6

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs  (Rush-Pass-Penalty) Rushes/Yards Passes/Yards Total Plays/Total Offense Average Per Play Average Per Game Penalties/Yards Fumbles/Lost Time of Possession/Average Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By/Yards

Mules Opponents 239 173 (104-125-10) (61-94-18) 466/1841 347/913 372/2523 387/2040 838/4364 734/2953 5.21 4.02 396.7 268.5 75/629 49/401 18/9 15/11 366:26/33:19 293:34/26:41 71 of 169 (42.0%) 59 of 173 (34.1%) 12 of 21 (57.1%) 6 of 21 (28.6%) 31/170 25/169

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS (returning players in bold) RUSHING G Att Yds TD Avg Yds/Game Nick Savant 11 152 650 5 4.3 59.1 Nick Palladino 11 143 555 4 3.9 50.5 Max Cepeda 10 109 407 5 3.7 40.7 Anthony Bassolino 4 28 131 1 4.7 32.8 Anthony Schwab 3 8 45 0 5.6 15.0 Ryan Delaney 11 7 23 0 3.3 2.1 Mike Harris 8 3 21 0 7.0 2.6 Nick Lamb 11 2 18 0 9.0 1.6 Matt Aspinwall 11 1 8 0 8.0 0.7 Matthew Stickney 6 1 5 0 5.0 0.8 Matthew Gliatta 1 1 1 0 1.0 1.0 team 11 11 -23 0 -2.1 -2.1 MULES 11 466 1841 15 4.0 167.4 Opponents 11 347 913 8 2.6 83.0 PASSING Nick Palladino Anthony Schwab Matt Aspinwall Max Cepeda Nick Lamb team MULES Opponents RECEIVING Nick Lamb Ryan Delaney Max Cepeda Luke Primerano Nick Savant Matthew Stickney Mike Harris Jake Solari Devlin Formey Anthony Bassolino Dillon Minnaker Sean Robbins John Feaster Kyle Wilczynski MULES Opponents

G Att-Com-Int 11 352-232-14 3 12-8-0 11 1-1-0 10 1-0-0 11 1-0-0 11 5-0-0 11 372-241-14 11 387-213-15

Lg t54 47 t49 t35 23 16 11 22 8 5 1 0 t54 t45

Pct Yds TD Lg Eff .659 2455 23 52 138.10 .667 63 2 14 165.77 1.000 5 0 5 142.00 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .648 2523 25 52 136.41 .550 2040 18 t63 106.91

G No Yds TD Avg Yds/Game Lg 11 71 979 8 13.8 89.0 52 11 61 569 6 9.3 51.7 t42 10 30 241 1 8.0 24.1 48 9 17 195 0 11.5 21.7 34 11 16 128 2 8.0 11.6 t27 6 15 126 2 8.4 21.0 18 8 14 167 4 11.9 20.9 t22 11 9 60 1 6.7 5.5 17 5 2 15 1 7.5 3.0 t11 4 2 13 0 6.5 3.3 9 11 1 14 0 4.7 1.3 14 6 1 10 0 10.0 1.7 10 11 1 5 0 5.0 0.5 5 11 1 1 0 1.0 0.1 1 11 241 2523 25 10.5 229.4 52 11 213 2040 18 9.6 185.5 t63

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SCORING Nick Lamb Nick Savant Max Cepeda Ryan Delaney Nick Palladino Casey Fosbenner Mike Harris Larry Gelok Kyle Wilczynski Matthew Stickney Anthony Bassolino Devlin Formey Jake Solari Jake Morra Anthony Schwab MULES Opponents

TD PAT 2-PT DXP FG Lg Safety Pt 8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 - 0 48 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 - 0 42 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 - 0 36 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 - 0 36 4 0-0 1-4 0-0 0-0 - 0 26 0   8-12 0-0 0-0 6-9 48 0 26 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 - 0 24 0 18-22 0-0 0-0 0-1 - 0 18 2 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 - 0 16 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 - 0 12 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 - 0 6 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 - 0 6 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 - 0 6 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 - 1 2 0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 - 0 0 42 26-34 3-7 0-0 6-10 48 1 304 26 21-23 1-3 0-0 5-9 40 0 194

DEFENSE Tackles Pass Fumble Kick G Solo Assist For Loss Total Sack Breakup Int F R Block Lenny Smith 11 51 32 8-31 83 4½-25 4 0 0 1-0 0 Jake Morra 11 35 27 7-20 62 3-14 1 0 0 2-0 0 John Feaster 11 50 11 1½-2 61 0 2 3-0 1 0 0 Mike Luby 11 38 16 16-72 54 11½-63 4 1-4 1 1-0 0 Khiry Hughes 11 37 9 4-16 46 1-7 0 0 1 0 0 Luke Wiley 11 38 7 1-1 45 0 1 4-61 0 1-0 0 Kyle Wilczynski 11 29 14 2½-5 43 0 2 3-75 1 0 0 Matt Pagano 7 22 9 1-2 31 0 1 1-19 0 0 0 George DiFiore 11 23 5 3-8 28 0 3 1-0 0 0 0 Ronald Christian 11 18 9 11-31 27 2-12 0 0 1 0 0 Matt Musilli 11 17 8 5-26 25 4-21 0 0 2 0 0 Michael Hogan 11 13 12 4½-15 25 2-9 2 0 0 0 1 Thomas Cosgriff 11 13 7 5-16 20 2-11 1 0 0 0 0 Stephen Szelong 11 11 6 0 17 0 0 0 1 0 0 Tyler Smith 11 9 4 0 13 0 0 0 1 2-0 0 Larry Gelok 9 10 1 0 11 0 6 0 0 0 0 Gerard Grimes 11 7 1 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 1 Amir Blair 11 4 3 0 7 0 0 0 0 1-0 0 Marco Blasco 11 4 2 0 6 0 0 0 0 1-0 0 Christian Lopez 11 4 2 0 6 0 0 1-0 0 0 0 Travis Crawford 9 4 2 2-10 6 1-8 0 0 0 0 0 Alexander Meller 11 2 3 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hayden Sterling 5 2 2 1-6 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 Nate Corvil 9 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1-0 0 Matthew Stickney 6 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 Brian Wiegand 2 3 0 0 3 0 2 1-0 0 0 0 Daniel Galvin 7 1 2 ½-2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 Nick Palladino 11 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jake Solari 11 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Olivier Payen 6 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Marek Tomanek 6 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Michael Hovan 4 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Joey Starinsky 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1-0 0 1 solo tackle each: Nick Lamb, Nick Savant, Max Cepeda, Devlin Formey PUNTING No Yds Matt Aspinwall 64 2320 MULES 64 2320 Opponents 71 2626 had blocked: opponents 1 INTERCEPTIONS Luke Wiley Kyle Wilczynski John Feaster Matt Pagano Mike Luby George DiFiore Christian Lopez Brian Wiegand MULES Opponents TD: Wilczynski 2

Avg Lg 36.3 54 36.3 54 37.0 60

No Yds Avg Lg 4 61 15.3 30 3 75 25.0 t44 3 0 0.0 0 1 19 19.0 19 1 4 4.0 4 1 0 0.0 0 1 0 0.0 0 1 0 0.0 0 15 159 10.6 t44 14 150 10.7 44

KICKOFF RETURNS Ryan Delaney Max Cepeda John Feaster Nick Lamb Jake Solari MULES Opponents TD: none

No Yds Avg Lg 20 432 21.6 59 12 182 15.2 29 2 18 9.0 11 1 5 5.0 5 2 9 4.5 7 37 646 17.5 59 47 898 19.1 86

PUNT RETURNS Ryan Delaney Mike Harris Max Cepeda Christian Lopez MULES Opponents TD: none

No Yds Avg Lg 8 57 7.1 24 4 21 5.3 11 6 19 3.2 15 1 0 0.0 0 19 97 5.1 24 23 90 3.9 18

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2015 Summaries

28 Muhlenberg 35 Wilkes 7

Sept. 4

Franklin & Marshall 16 Muhlenberg 15

home

Sept. 12

away

Muhlenberg 55 McDaniel 0

Sept. 19

home

Johns Hopkins 49 Muhlenberg 28

Sept. 26

away

Allentown — Junior Nick Palladino threw

Lancaster, Pa. — Franklin & Marshall

Allentown — Junior Nick Palladino and

Baltimore, Md. — The Muhlenberg football

for two touchdowns and ran for one more as

scored two touchdowns in the final 4:24

senior Anthony Schwab combined to set a

team overcame an early two-touchdown

the Muhlenberg football team opened the

to overcome a 12-point deficit and hand

school record by throwing six touchdown

deficit to take a second-half lead, but

2015 season with a 35-7 win against Wilkes

the Muhlenberg football team its first loss

passes as the Muhlenberg football team

eighth-ranked Johns Hopkins scored the

in its first Friday night home game.

of the season, 16-15, in a game that was

rolled up 607 yards of total offense in a 55-0

final 28 points of the game to win, 49-28.

delayed twice by lightning.

Homecoming shutout of McDaniel.

Palladino completed his first 12 passes and finished 19-of-24 for 189 yards. He

Junior quarterback Nick Palladino com-

The Mules held a 15-3 lead and had

Palladino threw for 146 yards an four

also rushed for a career-high 109 yards on

limited the Diplomats to fewer than 99

touchdown passes in the first half, lead-

sixth career 300-yard game. He also rushed

10 carries.

total yards when the second lightning delay

ing the Mules to a 41-0 lead at the break.

for 77 yards and broke the school record for

occurred with 12:45 left in the fourth. But in

Schwab played the entire second half and

completions in a career, finishing the game

pitched a shutout in the second half and put

their second drive after play resumed, the

tossed a pair of scoring strikes.

with 518, 16 more than the previous mark.

the game away with long fourth-quarter

Diplomats drove 57 yards in seven plays for

touchdown runs by sophomores Nick Sa-

their first touchdown.

Ahead only 12-7 at halftime, the Mules

vant (54 yards) and Anthony Bassolino (35).

Sophomore Nick Savant rushed 22 times

came within one of the school record of 35

for 93 yards and a pair of touchdowns.

first downs in a game. Sophomores Nick

Junior Ryan Delaney caught a career-high 11

twice converting on third down, to take its

Savant (122 yards on nine carries) and

passes for 124 yards, and senior Nick Lamb

80-yard drive, capped when junior Ryan

first lead on a 3-yard quarterback scramble

Max Cepeda (108 yards on 10 carries) each

also went over the 100-yard receiving mark

Delaney (7 catches, 61 yards) converted a

with 61 seconds on the clock.

passed the 100-yard mark in the first half,

(8-117).

The Mules opened scoring with a 13-play,

short pass into a 13-yard touchdown.

F&M later went 39 yards in eight plays,

Muhlenberg rushed for 399 yards and

pleted 33 of 46 passes for 333 yards for his

Muhlenberg built a 9-0 lead by scoring on

Muhlenberg doubled its lead to 12-0 on

and neither took a handoff in the second.

The Blue Jays, who have lost only one

two long drives in the first half. A 12-play,

They are the first pair of Mules to rush for

Centennial Conference game in the last five

a 31-yard touchdown run by Palladino early

64-yard drive culminated with a 2-yard

100 yards in the same game in four years.

years, scored touchdowns on each of their

in the second quarter. Wilkes scored its

touchdown pass from junior Nick Palladino

lone touchdown in the final minute of the

to sophomore Matthew Stickney with 37

(53 in the first half) and forced three turn-

first half.

seconds left in the first quarter, and a 19-

overs in shutting out the Green Terror for

play, 78-yard drive ended with a 32-yard

the third time in four years. The Mules have

to tie the score on a 31-yard pass from Pal-

in the end zone for a 22-yard touchdown

Casey Fosbenner field goal with 4:30 to go

recorded at least one shutout in each of the

ladino to Lamb with 3:13 left in the half.

pass midway through the third quarter. The

in the half.

last seven seasons.

Palladino hit senior Mike Harris in stride

first of two two-point conversions from

A forced fumble set up the lone touch-

The defense allowed only 165 total yards

first two drives to take a 14-0 lead with 2:20 left in the first. Muhlenberg drove 68 yards in eight plays

Savant’s 2-yard run into the end zone

Freshman Luke Wiley led the defense

gave Muhlenberg a 28-21 lead – and gave

senior Anthony Schwab to sophomore Kyle

down of the third quarter, a 4-yard pass

with seven tackles, while sophomore

Johns Hopkins its first second-half deficit

Wilczynski made it 20-7.

from Palladino to junior Jake Solari.

Matt Musilli made five stops, one for loss,

of the season. The Blue Jays took the lead

and forced a fumble. Senior Matt Pagano

for good with 14:16 left in the fourth.

Muhlenberg outgained Wilkes, 427-318, despite running 17 fewer plays. Senior Lenny Smith led the Mule defense with nine tackles, including two sacks.

Palladino finished 19-of-29 for 189 yards and was also the Mules’ leading rusher with

intercepted a pass to set up the Mules’ sixth

57 yards on 17 carries. Junior Ryan Delaney

touchdown.

caught eight passes for 79 yards.

Sophomore Christian Lopez and fresh-

Sophomore Jake Morra and senior Lenny

man Luke Wiley recorded their first career

Smith led the defense with 12 tackles

interceptions.

apiece. Juniors John Feaster and Brian

Wilkes (0-1) Muhlenberg (1-0)

0 6

7 6

0 8

0 - 7 15 - 35

M-Ryan Delaney 13 pass from Nick Palladino (pass failed), 1:50 M-Palladino 31 run (kick blocked), 10:22 W-Aaron Coyne 6 pass from Ryan Dailey (Bryan Mellon kick), 0:33 M-Mike Harris 22 pass from Palladino (Kyle Wilczynski pass from Anthony Schwab), 7:43 M-Nick Savant 54 run (Wilczynski pass from Schwab), 9:38 M-Anthony Bassolino 35 run (Casey Fosbenner kick), 4:48 Team Stats First downs Rushes-yards Passes comp-att-int Passing yards Total yards Punts-avg Penalties-yards Fumbles-lost Time of possession Sacks by-yards

W 18 35-55 26-50-2 263 318 7-42.6 4-40 1-1 26:54 0-0

M 18 44-238 19-24-0 189 427 8-35.8 4-48 4-2 33:06 3-27

Muhlenberg Leaders Rushing: Palladino 10-109 Passing: Palladino 19-24-0--189 Receiving: Delaney 7-61 Interceptions: Wiley 1-12, Lopez 1-0 Tackles: L. Smith 9 (2 TFL)

Weekly Awards Dominator Nick Palladino Terminator Lenny Smith Special Forces Stephen Szelong/Tyler Smith Big Play Offense Anthony Bassolino/Nick Savant Defense Lenny Smith/Matt Pagano Special Teams Luke Primerano “Dig In” Ryan Delaney Game Captain Ryan Delaney

Wiegand recorded interceptions. Muhlenberg (1-1, 0-1) 6 Franklin & Marshall (2-0, 1-0) 0

3 3

6 0

0 - 15 13 - 16

M-Matthew Stickney 2 pass from Nick Palladino (kick failed), 0:37 M-Casey Fosbenner 32 field goal, 4:30 FM-Billy Zwicharowski 23 field goal, 2:18 M-Jake Solari 4 pass from Palladino (pass failed), 4: 40 FM-Taalib Gerald 4 run (Zwicharowski kick), 4:24 FM-Matt Magarity 3 run (rush failed), 1:01 Team Stats First downs Rushes-yards Passes comp-att-int Passing yards Total yards Punts-avg Penalties-yards Fumbles-lost Time of possession Sacks by-yards

M 22 47-128 19-32-2 189 317 5-33.8 9-51 1-1 34:11 0-0

FM 11 34-69 11-24-2 133 202 5-29.2 1-15 1-1 25:49 3-12

Muhlenberg Leaders Rushing: Palladino 17-57 Passing: Palladino 19-29-2--189 Receiving: Delaney 8-79 Interceptions: Wiegand 1-0, Feaster 1-0 Tackles: Morra 12 (2 TFL), L. Smith 12, Christian 6 (3 TFL)

Weekly Awards Dominator Ryan Delaney Terminator Jake Morra Special Forces Lenny Smith Big Play Offense Matthew Stickney Defense Khiry Hughes Special Teams George DiFiore “Dig In” Willie Britt/John Feaster Game Captain Khiry Hughes

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McDaniel (0-3, 0-2) Muhlenberg (2-1, 1-1)

0 0 0 0 - 0 20 21 7 7 - 55

Mu-Mike Harris 20 pass from Nick Palladino (Casey Fosbenner kick), 12:10 Mu-Nick Savant 39 run (kick failed), 8:49 Mu-Savant 9 pass from Palladino (Fosbenner kick), 3:02 Mu-Max Cepeda 49 run (Fosbenner kick), 10:40 Mu-Harris 13 pass from Palladino (Fosbenner kick), 6:10 Mu-Nick Lamb 22 pass from Palladino (Fosbenner kick), 5:36 Mu-Matthew Stickney 9 pass from Anthony Schwab (Larry Gelok kick), 8:40 Mu-Devlin Formey 11 pass from Schwab (Gelok kick), 8:37 Team Stats First downs Rushes-yards Passes comp-att-int Passing yards Total yards Punts-avg Penalties-yards Fumbles-lost Time of possession Sacks by-yards

Muhlenberg outgained Johns Hopkins, 499-379.

Mc 9 28-79 16-34-1 86 165 10-39.8 6-47 2-2 22:47 3-29

Mu 34 55-399 22-32-0 208 607 5-36.4 6-45 0-0 37:13 2-12

Muhlenberg Leaders Rushing: Savant 9-122, Cepeda 10-108 Passing: Palladino 15-21-0--146 Receiving: Primerano 4-33, Stickney 4-26, Lamb 3-40 Interceptions: Pagano 1-19 Tackles: Wiley 7, Szelong 6, Musilli 5 (1 TFL), Christian 3 (2 TFL)

Weekly Awards Dominator Max Cepeda/Nick Savant Terminator Mike Luby Special Forces Tyler Smith Big Play Offense Matthew Stickney Defense Lenny Smith Special Teams Joey Starinsky “Dig In” Dillon Minnaker/Anthony Schwab Game Captain Nick Palladino

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Muhlenberg (2-2, 1-2) Johns Hopkins (4-0, 3-0)

0 21 7 0 - 28 14 7 7 21 - 49

JH-Bradley Munday 3 pass from Jon Germano (Nick Campbell kick), 7:23 JH-Quinn Donaldson 14 pass from Germano (Jamie Sullivan kick), 2:20 M-Nick Savant 2 run (Larry Gelok kick), 10:52 M-Nick Lamb 31 pass from Nick Palladino (Gelok kick), 3:13 JH-Stuart Walters 4 run (Campbell kick), 1:41 M-Ryan Delaney 42 pass from Palladino (Gelok kick), 1:06 M-Savant 2 run (Gelok kick), 11:23 JH-Walters 1 run (Sullivan kick), 7:28 JH-Donaldson 5 pass from Germano (Campbell kick), 14:16 JH-Brandon Cherry 45 run (Sullivan kick), 5:52 JH-Boone Lewis, Jr. 7 pass from Germano (Campbell kick), 2:15 Team Stats First downs Rushes-yards Passes comp-att-int Passing yards Total yards Punts-avg Penalties-yards Fumbles-lost Time of possession Sacks by-yards

M 30 44-166 33-46-3 333 499 2-30.0 6-55 4-2 36:25 0-0

JH 23 37-190 19-25-3 189 379 1-34.0 9-62 0-0 23:35 4-22

Muhlenberg Leaders Rushing: Savant 22-93 Passing: Palladino 33-46-3--333 Receiving: Delaney 11-124, Lamb 8-116 Interceptions: Luby 1-4, Feaster 1-0, DiFiore 1-0 Tackles: Luby 10 (2 TFL), Pagano 9 (1 TFL), Hughes 9

Weekly Awards Dominator Nick Savant Terminator Mike Luby Special Forces Larry Gelok Big Play Offense Bryan Auvil/Rami Hamdan   Defense George DiFiore   Special Teams Tyler Smith “Dig In” Michael Hogan Game Captain Willie Britt


2015 Summaries Muhlenberg 27 Susquehanna 24

Oct. 3

29 Muhlenberg 41 Gettysburg 13

home

Oct. 17

away

Muhlenberg 41 Juniata 35

Oct. 24

away

Muhlenberg 15 Dickinson 13

Oct. 31

home

Allentown — Junior Nick Palladino threw a

Gettysburg, Pa. — Senior Nick Lamb caught

Huntingdon, Pa. — Sophomore Max Cepeda

Allentown — Senior Casey Fosbenner

17-yard touchdown pass to classmate Ryan

11 passes for 138 yards and three touch-

scored two touchdowns in overtime, in-

kicked three field goals and the defense

Delaney for the go-ahead score with 5:19

downs and the defense recorded eight sacks

cluding one from 25 yards on the final play

made two big plays in the final five minutes

left in the fourth quarter as the Muhlenberg

as the Muhlenberg football team rolled past

of the game, as the Muhlenberg football

as the Muhlenberg football team held on

football team rallied past stubborn Susque-

previously undefeated Gettysburg, 41-13, to

team outlasted Juniata, 41-35, in double

to defeat Dickinson, 15-13, for its fourth

hanna for a 27-24 win.

win the Old Tin Cup.

overtime.

straight win.

The Crusaders took a 21-20 lead midway

The Mules held the Bullets well below

It was the first multiple-overtime game

Junior Nick Palladino completed 11 of 24

through the third quarter on a 21-yard

their averages of 39.0 points and 512.4

ever for the Mules. And to pull out their

passes for 153 yards to tie the Mules’ all-

touchdown pass and extended their margin

yards per game, allowing only 305 yards.

third straight win, they needed some late-

time mark of 6,938 career passing yards, set

to four on a 39-yard field goal with 11:05

Gettysburg came in leading the Centennial

game heroics.

by Hall-of-Famer Michael McCabe in 2000.

to play.

Conference and 10th in Division III in rush-

The Mules, whose previous four possessions ended with a missed field goal,

Juniata took a 28-21 lead on a touchdown

Trailing 15-7 and taking over at the Mule

ing at 301.2 yards per game but managed

pass with 4:26 left. Muhlenberg needed

48 with 8:45 to play, Dickinson scored its

just 86 yards on 33 carries.

only five plays and 75 seconds to tie the

second touchdown on a fourth-down pass

game back up, with junior Nick Palladino

of 2 yards with 4:16 left to play. The pass

a turnover on downs, a lost fumble and a

Junior linebacker Mike Luby led the

failed fake punt, took over on their own

defense with 3½ sacks, while senior de-

hitting senior Mike Harris from 9 yards out.

on the potential game-tying two-point

20 with 7:16 left and need only five plays

fensive end Ronald Christian added 1½ and

  Junior Michael Hogan blocked a potential

conversion attempt was completed near the

to score the winning touchdown. The key

forced a fumble. Senior cornerback Khiry

game-winning field goal try on the final

sideline, but freshman Luke Wiley tackled

play was the first one, Palladino’s 48-yard

Hughes made a team-leading nine tackles.

play of regulation.

the receiver a yard short of the end zone to

completion to sophomore Max Cepeda.

Junior Nick Palladino completed 25

Susquehanna fumbled the ensuing

of 35 passes for 255 yards and the three

possession to start the second overtime,

kickoff, but Muhlenberg failed to convert

touchdowns to Lamb. Sophomore Nick

and after a false start penalty, a 42-yard try

ball back at their own 48 with 2:41 to play.

on fourth down. The Crusaders began their

Savant rushed 15 times for 75 yards and a

field goal try went wide right. On the first

On fourth-and-5, they completed a pass

final drive at their own 31 with 3:59 left and

touchdown, and sophomore Max Cepeda

play of Muhlenberg’s possession, Cepeda

over the middle, but sophomore George

drove to near midfield before freshman

also ran for a score.

ran a sweep to the left, found open room,

DiFiore made the tackle immediately, a

and slipped away from a defender at the 10-

half-yard short of the first down.

Luke Wiley picked off a pass.

The Eagles gained only five yards on their

Defense set the tone early. On the fourth

The Mules gained three first downs, the

offensive play from scrimmage, sophomore

last coming on Palladino’s 7-yard bootleg

linebacker Kyle Wilczynski reached back

on third-and-6, and ran out the clock.

yard line en route to the end zone.

preserve the two-point lead. The Red Devils kicked deep and got the

Junior linebacker Mike Luby recorded

Palladino completed 32 of 48 attempts for

four sacks for a defense that allowed the

to make a one-handed interception and

383 yards and four touchdowns. It was his

Red Devils 27 rushing yards on 30 carries.

Palladino finished 19-of-32 for 281 yards

returned it 31 yards for a touchdown. It was

seventh career 300-yard game. Senior Nick

Junior nose tackle Michael Hogan added

and two touchdowns. Cepeda, who had only

the second interception return for a touch-

Lamb caught 14 passes (one short of the

five tackles, including two for loss. Senior

one carry for a 5-yard loss in the first half,

down in as many games for Wilczynski, who

school record) for 212 yards and a touch-

cornerback Khiry Hughes had his first

ended with 86 rushing yards and 203 all-

became the fifth Mule (the first since 1977)

down, becoming the first Mule in 15 years

career sack.

purpose yards.

to record two pick-sixes in a season and the

with a 200-yard receiving game.

Wiley had seven tackles and a fumble

first in consecutive games since 1947.

recovery in addition to his interception. Susquehanna (2-3, 1-3) Muhlenberg (3-2, 2-2)

7 7 7 3 - 24 13 0 7 7 - 27

M-Kyle Wilcynzski 44 interception return (rush failed), 8:26 S-Nick Crusco 5 run (Evan Argiriou kick), 5:15 M-Nick Savant 27 pass from Nick Palladino (Larry Gelok kick), 2:17 S-Patrick Cutillo 4 pass from Crusco (Argiriou kick), 0:52 M-Max Cepeda 34 run (Gelok kick), 11:53 S-Taylor Kolmer 21 pass from Crusco (Argiriou kick), 7:59 S-Argiriou 39 field goal, 11:05 M-Ryan Delaney 17 pass from Palladino (Gelok kick), 5:19 Team Stats First downs Rushes-yards Passes comp-att-int Passing yards Total yards Punts-avg Penalties-yards Fumbles-lost Time of possession Sacks by-yards

S 17 34-96 20-38-2 233 329 6-38.3 5-40 2-2 33:21 2-12

M 19 39-176 19-34-1 281 457 3-41.0 5-40 2-2 26:39 0-0

Muhlenberg Leaders Rushing: Cepeda 16-86 Passing: Palladino 19-32-1--281 Receiving: Lamb 5-89 Interceptions: Wilczynski 1-44, Wiley 1-0 Tackles: Wilczynski 7, Wiley 7 (1 TFL), Morra 7

Weekly Awards Dominator Max Cepeda Terminator Luke Wiley Special Forces Tyler Smith Big Play Offense Willie Britt   Defense Luke Wiley   Special Teams Tyler Smith “Dig In” Tyler Smith/Jake Morra Game Captain Anthony Schwab

Muhlenberg (4-2, 3-2) Gettysburg (5-1, 4-1)

7 0

12 13 7 6

9 - 41 0 - 13

Muhlenberg (5-2, 4-2) 0 7 7 14 7 6 - 41 Juniata (2-5, 1-5) 0 6 15 7 7 0 - 35

M-Kyle Wilczynski 31 interception return (Larry Gelok kick), 13:41 M-Nick Lamb 11 pass from Nick Palladino (pass failed), 13:21 G-Kyle Wigley 5 run (Robby Fay kick), 11:28 M-Max Cepeda 2 run (kick failed), 2:55 M-Lamb 18 pass from Palladino (kick failed), 11:32 M-Savant 6 run (Casey Fosbenner kick), 3:26 G-Travis Andrews 10 pass from Sam McDermott (kick failed), 0:41 M-Jake Morra safety M-Lamb 20 pass from Palladino (Fosbenner kick), 9:27

J-Kirby Breault 6 pass from Hank Coyne (rush failed), 9:33 M-Ryan Delaney 15 pass from Nick Palladino (Larry Gelok kick), 4:16 M-Delaney 21 pass from Palladino (Gelok kick), 11:49 J-Aaron O’Brien 63 pass from Coyne (Breault pass from Coyne), 11:04 J-O’Brien 14 pass from Coyne (Kevin Bonalle kick), 8:00 M-Nick Lamb 34 pass from Palladino (Gelok kick), 14:53 J-O’Brien 28 pass from Coyne (Bonalle kick), 4:26 M-Mike Harris 9 pass from Palladino (Gelok kick), 3:11 M-Max Cepeda 1 run (Gelok kick) J-Breault 23 pass from Coyne (Bonalle kick) M-Cepeda 25 run

Team Stats First downs Rushes-yards Passes comp-att-int Passing yards Total yards Punts-avg Penalties-yards Fumbles-lost Time of possession Sacks by-yards

Team Stats First downs Rushes-yards Passes comp-att-int Passing yards Total yards Punts-avg Penalties-yards Fumbles-lost Time of possession Sacks by-yards

M 22 47-139 25-35-2 255 394 6-34.8 3-25 0-0 35:54 8-32

G 17 33-86 24-45-2 219 305 5-33.0 1-15 3-1 24:06 0-0

Muhlenberg Leaders Rushing: Savant 15-75 Passing: Palladino 25-35-2--255 Receiving: Lamb 11-138 Interceptions: Wilczynski 1-31, Feaster 1-0 Tackles: Hughes 9 (1 TFL), Feaster 8, L. Smith 8 (1 TFL)

Weekly Awards Dominator Nick Lamb Terminator Mike Luby Special Forces Stephen Szelong Big Play Offense Matthew Stickney   Defense Matt Pagano   Special Teams Grimes/Minnaker/Szelong/Musilli “Dig In” the team Game Captain Matt Pagano

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M 26 34-132 33-49-1 388 520 4-37.3 6-61 0-0 31:54 1-5

J 24 28-107 28-45-2 311 418 4-35.0 2-12 0-0 28:06 3-16

Dickinson (3-5, 3-4) Muhlenberg (6-2, 5-2)

0 7 0 6 - 13 3 12 0 0 - 15

M-Casey Fosbenner 48 field goal, 8:10 M-Fosbenner 35 field goal, 13:23 M-Fosbenner 32 field goal, 10:08 D-Jake Walbert 29 pass from Billy Burger (Stephen Walker kick), 1:07 M-Nick Lamb 41 pass from Nick Palladino (kick failed), 0:46 D-Jake Meluskey 2 pass from Burger (pass failed), 4:16 Team Stats First downs Rushes-yards Passes comp-att-int Passing yards Total yards Punts-avg Penalties-yards Fumbles-lost Time of possession Sacks by-yards

D 10 30-27 17-28-0 164 191 9-41.7 5-29 2-1 29:24 2-18

M 14 40-108 11-24-1 153 261 7-41.4 9-64 2-2 30:36 5-23

Muhlenberg Leaders Rushing: Savant 13-39, Cepeda 11-36 Passing: Palladino 11-24-1--153 Receiving: Lamb 4-62 Tackles: L. Smith 9, Wilczynski 8, DiFiore 6 (1 TFL), Luby 5 (4 TFL), Hogan 5 (2 TFL)

Muhlenberg Leaders Rushing: Cepeda 11-60 Passing: Palladino 32-48-1--383 Receiving: Lamb 14-212, Delaney 9-101 Interceptions: Wiley 2-49 Tackles: Luby 9 (1 TFL), Feaster 7, Morra 6 (1 TFL)

Weekly Awards Dominator Nick Lamb/Nick Palladino Terminator Mike Luby Special Forces Michael Hogan/Larry Gelok Big Play Offense Domenick Mattia  Defense n/a   Special Teams Michael Hogan “Dig In” Nick Palladino Game Captain Michael Hogan

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Weekly Awards Dominator Nick Lamb Terminator the team Special Forces Matt Aspinwall/Casey Fosbenner Big Play Offense Domenick Mattia   Defense Luke Wiley/George DiFiore   Special Teams Ryan Delaney “Dig In” Kahlil Edley Game Captain Mike Luby


2015 Summaries

30 Muhlenberg 10 Ursinus 9

Nov. 7

Muhlenberg 28 Moravian 14

away

Nov. 14

Collegeville, Pa. — Senior Casey Fosbenner

Allentown — Junior Nick Palladino ac-

drilled a 41-yard field goal with 2.6 seconds

counted for all four touchdowns and tied a

left to give the Muhlenberg football team a

conference record for passing accuracy to

hard-fought 10-9 win at Ursinus.

lead the Muhlenberg football team to a 28-

The clutch kick gave the Mules their fifth straight win and their sixth straight season with at least seven wins.

14 win against local rival Moravian. With the win, the Mules clinched their 12th postseason berth in the last 16 sea-

The defense had another big day, holding

sons. The regionally ranked Greyhounds

the Bears to 143 total yards and no touch-

needed a win to keep their NCAA Tourna-

downs. Muhlenberg, which came into the

ment hopes alive.

game ranked 14th in Division III against the

Palladino completed 19 of 21 passes,

run at only 88.6 yards per game, improved

tying the school and Centennial Conference

its average by allowing only 42 rushing

record for completion percentage in a game

yards on 24 carries. Senior Lenny Smith

(.905). He threw for 137 yards while also

led the defense with seven tackles (1½ for

rushing 14 times for 71 yards and a pair of

loss), and senior Larry Gelok tied a school

scores. In addition, Palladino ran for a two-

record with four pass breakups.

point conversion, earning the Bianco Award

Junior Nick Palladino threw for 173 yards to become the all-time passing leader

as Muhlenberg’s game MVP. The Mule defense, which came in 12th in

in program history, finishing the game

Division III against the run, held Moravian

with 7,111 yards. He also ran for the lone

to 23 rushing yards on 26 attempts on the

touchdown of the game and engineered the

strength of seven sacks. The Greyhounds

game-winning drive.

came in averaging 229.3 yards per game.

Fosbenner’s kick became the first last-

The win was the 33rd for the senior class,

second winning field goal by a Mule since

tying the school record for most wins in a

1989. The last successful field goal that

four-year period.

made the difference between winning and

Smith made a team-high nine tackles,

losing in the final seconds came in 1984.

1½ for loss, for Muhlenberg to go along

Muhlenberg scored its touchdown on its

with his fumble recovery and a pass

second possession, when Palladino capped

breakup. Luby recorded 2½ sacks, runnng

a six-play, 57-yard drive with a 9-yard run.

his season total to 11½, the second-highest

Sophomore Nick Savant rushed for 92

in program history.

yards on 21 carries for the Mules, while

Stevenson 14 Muhlenberg 9

home

Moravian (8-2, 7-2) Muhlenberg (8-2, 7-2)

Nov. 21 0 0 8 14

7 0

7 - 14 6 - 28

Mu-Nick Palladino 16 run (Palladino rush), 4:34 Mu-Ryan Delaney 7 pass from Palladino (Larry Gelok kick), 9:10 Mu-Palladino 5 run (Gelok kick), 3:01 Mo-Liam Nolan 13 pass from Mike Hayes (Jerome Wachter kick), 3:27 Mu-Max Cepeda 5 pass from Palladino (kick failed), 11:45 Mo-Justice Anderson 1 pass from Hayes (Wachter kick), 5:01 Team Stats First downs Rushes-yards Passes comp-att-int Passing yards Total yards Punts-avg Penalties-yards Fumbles-lost Time of possession Sacks by-yards

Mo 16 26-23 21-39-1 216 239 7-35.1 8-60 2-1 22:53 1-7

Mu 17 46-163 19-22-0 137 300 7-33.1 8-74 3-0 37:07 7-40

Muhlenberg Leaders Rushing: Palladino 14-71, Savant 20-58 Passing: Palladino 19-21-0--137 Receiving: Delaney 7-65 Interceptions: Wilczynski 1-0 Tackles: L. Smith 9 (1.5 TFL), Feaster 6, Wilczynski 5 (1 TFL), Luby 5 (2.5 TFL)

Weekly Awards Dominator Terminator Special Forces Big Play Offense   Defense   Special Teams “Dig In” Game Captain

Nick Palladino Lenny Smith Ryan Delaney Bryan Auvil Wiley/Luby/L. Smith Matt Musilli Lenny Smith Nick Lamb

Lamb (seven catches for 89 yards) and

home

Allentown — The Muhlenberg football team allowed only 264 total yards and scored nine points off of special teams in the closing seconds of the first half in a 14-9 loss to Stevenson in the inaugural CentennialMAC Bowl Series. Senior Nick Lamb caught 11 passes for 172 yards, including receptions of 50 and 43 yards, to finish the season with 71 receptions – the second-highest total in program history. Junior John Feaster made a gamehigh 11 tackles, and senior Lenny Smith made nine stops, including 1½ for loss, and broke up a pass in his last game. The Mules trailed 7-0 with less than a minute to play in the first half when junior Gerard Grimes blocked a punt. Muhlenberg took over at the Stevenson 39 and got on the board two plays later when junior Nick Palladino hit Lamb in the end zone for a 26-yard touchdown pass with 8.8 seconds remaining. The ensuing kickoff bounced off the hand of a Mustang return man and was recovered by sophomore Amir Blair at the 16-yard line. Senior Casey Fosbenner booted a 34yard field goal as time expired in the first half, giving Muhlenberg a 9-7 lead. The Mustangs scored what proved to be the winning touchdown with 5:44 left in the third. The Mules drove inside the Stevenson 10-yard line in the final minute but were unable to score. Junior Michael Hogan (five tackles, sack,

Delaney (4-39) became the 13th and 14th

pass breakup) and junior Mike Luby (five

Muhlenberg players to record 100 career

tackles, fumble recovery, pass breakup)

receptions.

also were key contributors to the defensive

Muhlenberg (7-2, 6-2) Ursinus (2-7, 1-6)

effort that forced punts on 10 of 14 Steven-

7 0 0 3 - 10 0 3 3 3 - 9

son possessions. Stevenson (9-2) Muhlenberg (8-3)

M-Nick Palladino 9 run (Larry Gelok kick), 6:16 U-Eric Boyer 25 field goal, 0:00 U-Boyer 34 field goal, 2:08 U-Boyer 40 field goal, 9:25 M-Casey Fosbenner 41 field goal, 0:02.6 Team Stats First downs Rushes-yards Passes comp-att-int Passing yards Total yards Punts-avg Penalties-yards Fumbles-lost Time of possession Sacks by-yards

M 23 39-124 21-37-1 173 297 7-38.6 14-143 0-0 34:46 3-18

U 12 24-42 14-28-0 101 143 7-41.7 4-41 0-0 25:14 5-37

S-Devin Salisbury 14 pass from Brad Harmon (Tim Sternfeld kick), 6:49 M-Nick Lamb 26 pass from Nick Palladino (Larry Gelok kick failed), 0:08.8 M-Casey Fosbenner 34 field goal, 0:00 S-Kiandre Burrell 15 run (Sternfeld kick), 5:44 Team Stats First downs Rushes-yards Passes comp-att-int Passing yards Total yards Punts-avg Penalties-yards Fumbles-lost Time of possession Sacks by-yards

Muhlenberg defeated rival Moravian for the fifth straight year to retain possession of the Sodexo Trophy.

Muhlenberg Leaders Rushing: Savant 21-92 Passing: Palladino 21-36-1--173 Receiving: Lamb 7-89, Cepeda 7-43 Tackles: L. Smith 7 (1.5 TFL), Luby 6 (1 TFL), Feaster 5

tured with Muhlenberg president John Williams) won the Bianco Dominator Terminator Special Forces Big Play Offense   Defense   Special Teams “Dig In” Game Captain

Ryan Delaney Larry Gelok Matt Aspinwall Nick Lamb Morra/Christian/L. Smith Casey Fosbenner Larry Gelok Stephen Szelong

Award as Muhlenberg’s MVP of

M 14 31-68 20-37-3 217 285 10-35.0 5-25 2-0 28:35 2-13

Weekly Awards Dominator Nick Lamb Terminator Michael Hogan Special Forces Stephen Szelong Big Play Offense Devin Formey   Defense Matt Musilli   Special Teams Gerald Grimes “Dig In” Michael Hogan Game Captain n/a

the Moravian game for the second consecutive year.

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S 16 38-139 17-31-0 125 264 10-30.2 4-40 2-2 31:25 2-16

Muhlenberg Leaders Rushing: Palladino 13-39 Passing: Palladino 19-36-3--216 Receiving: Lamb 11-172 Tackles: Feaster 11, L. Smith 9 (1.5 TFL), Morra 8 (0.5 TFL)

Quarterback Nick Palladino (pic-

Weekly Awards

7 0 7 0 - 14 0 9 0 0 - 9

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2016 Opponents Sept. 2

Wilkes

away

31

Franklin & Marshall

Sept. 10

home

Location........... Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Founded...............................1933 Enrollment......................... 2,300 Colors...................... Navy & Gold Nickname...................... Colonels Conference...........Middle Atlantic Home Field ....... Schmidt Stadium Capacity............................. 2,500 Surface..........................FieldTurf Head Coach............... Trey Brown Alma Mater............... Colorado ’93 Phone...................570-408-2046 Career Record...................... 4-16 (2 seasons) 2015 Record...........................2-8 (2-7 MAC) Starters Returning....................16 Offense............................ Spread Defense..........................Multiple Series.................. Mules lead, 4-2 SID.......................... Vince Scalzo Phone...................570-408-4777

Location................. Lancaster, Pa. Founded.............................. 1787 Enrollment......................... 2,400 Colors..................... Blue & White Nickname.................... Diplomats Conference................. Centennial Home Field...Sponaugle-Williamson Capacity............................. 4,000 Surface....................Natural Grass Head Coach............... John Troxell Alma Mater.............. Lafayette ’94 Phone.....................717-291-4194 Career Record..................... 54-50 (10 seasons) 2015 Record........................... 6-4 (5-4 Centennial) Starters Returning.................... 17 Offense.......................... Multiple Defense.......................... Multiple Series...... Diplomats lead, 54-44-1 SID......................Mickey Blymier Phone.................... 717-358-4857

SCHEDULE Sept. 2 Muhlenberg 10 at Lebanon Valley 17 Misericordia 24 at Widener Oct. 1 FDU-Florham 15 at Delaware Valley 22 Albright 29 Lycoming Nov. 5 at Stevenson 12 King’s

SCHEDULE Sept. 3 Lebanon Valley 10 at Muhlenberg 17 Ursinus 24 at Juniata Oct. 1 at Dickinson 15 McDaniel 22 Moravian 29 at Susquehanna Nov. 5 Johns Hopkins 12 at Gettysburg

Gettysburg

Oct. 15

home

Oct. 22

Juniata

home

McDaniel

Sept. 17

away

Location........... Westminster, Md. Founded.............................. 1867 Enrollment..........................1,600 Colors..................... Green & Gold Nickname.................Green Terror Conference................. Centennial Home Field............K. Gill Stadium Capacity.............................. 1,434 Surface....... Shaw Momentum Turf Head Coach............... Mike Dailey Phone.................... 410-857-2582 Career Record.............first season 2015 Record..........................0-10 (0-9 Centennial) Starters Returning.................... 16 Offense............................ Spread Defense.......................... Multiple Series...........Terror leads, 22-21-3 SID......................... Luke Stillson Phone.................... 410-857-2291

SCHEDULE Sept. 3 at Catholic 10 at Moravian 17 Muhlenberg 24 Ursinus Oct. 1 at Gettysburg 15 at Franklin & Marshall 22 Dickinson 29 at Juniata Nov. 5 Susquehanna 12 at Johns Hopkins

Dickinson

Oct. 29

away

Johns Hopkins

Sept. 24

home

Susquehanna

Oct. 1

away

Location............... Baltimore, Md. Founded.............................. 1876 Enrollment..........................5,185 Colors.........Hopkins Blue & Black Nickname...................... Blue Jays Conference................. Centennial Home Field.........Homewood Field Capacity.............................8,500 Surface.......Shaw Momentum Turf Head Coach............. Jim Margraff Alma Mater...... Johns Hopkins ’82 Phone.................... 410-516-8423 Career Record............... 189-84-3 (26 seasons) 2015 Record.......................... 11-1 (9-0 Centennial) Starters Returning....................14 Offense............................ Spread Defense............................. 4-2-5 Series........ Blue Jays lead, 24-23-1 SID........................ Ernie Larossa Phone.................... 410-516-0552

Location.............. Selinsgrove, Pa. Founded.............................. 1858 Enrollment.........................2,200 Colors...............Orange & Maroon Nickname.................River Hawks Conference................. Centennial Home Field........ Lopardo Stadium Capacity............................. 3,500 Surface.......................... ProGrass Head Coach.......... Tom Perkovich Alma Mater............... Canisius ’03 Phone....................570-372-4123 Career Record........................ 5-5 (1 season) 2015 Record........................... 5-5 (4-5 Centennial) Starters Returning....................16 Offense............... Multiple Spread Defense....................3-4 Multiple Series................Mules lead, 14-10 SID........................... Katie Meier

SCHEDULE Sept. 1 Washington and Lee 10 at Susquehanna 17 Moravian 24 at Muhlenberg Oct. 1 Juniata 14 at Dickinson 21 Gettysburg 29 at Ursinus Nov. 5 at Franklin & Marshall 12 McDaniel

SCHEDULE Sept. 3 at Lycoming 10 Johns Hopkins 17 at Dickinson 24 Gettysburg Oct. 1 Muhlenberg 15 at Moravian 22 at Ursinus 29 Franklin & Marshall Nov. 5 at McDaniel 12 Juniata

Nov. 5

Ursinus

home

Phone................... 570-372-4432

Moravian

Nov. 12

away

Location...............Gettysburg, Pa. Founded.............................. 1832 Enrollment.........................2,600 Colors................... Orange & Blue Nickname.........................Bullets Conference................. Centennial Home Field... Musselman Stadium Capacity............................. 6,176 Surface......................... AstroPlay Head Coach............Barry Streeter Alma Mater...... Lebanon Valley ’71 Phone.................... 717-337-6414 Career Record.............. 190-179-5 (37 seasons) 2015 Record...........................7-3 (6-3 Centennial) Starters Returning..................... 9 Offense....................Spread Wing Defense.................................3-4 Series...........Bullets lead, 43-36-1 SID.......................Braden Snyder Phone.................... 717-337-6527

Location............. Huntingdon, Pa. Founded.............................. 1876 Enrollment......................... 1,626 Colors.......... Yale Blue & Old Gold Nickname..........................Eagles Conference................. Centennial Home Field.............Knox Stadium Capacity.............................3,000 Surface......................... Synthetic Head Coach................Tim Launtz Alma Mater................. Juniata ’80 Phone.................... 814-641-3526 Career Record.....................19-32 (5 seasons) 2015 Record...........................3-7 (2-7 Centennial) Starters Returning.................... 15 Offense............................ Spread Defense.................................3-4 Series................. Mules lead, 11-0 SID..................... David Heberger Phone.................... 814-641-3134

Location....................Carlisle, Pa. Founded.............................. 1783 Enrollment......................... 2,030 Colors...................... Red & White Nickname....................Red Devils Conference................. Centennial Home Field................Biddle Field Capacity............................. 2,577 Surface..........................FieldTurf Head Coach...........Darwin Breaux Alma Mater........ West Chester ’77 Phone....................717-245-1644 Career Record.............. 130-104-1 (23 seasons) 2015 Record...........................3-7 (3-6 Centennial) Starters Returning.................... 15 Offense...............Multiple Option Defense.................................4-3 Series............Mules lead, 44-25-2 SID.................... Charlie McGuire Phone.................... 717-245-1652

Location..............Collegeville, Pa. Founded............................. 1869 Enrollment......................... 1,600 Colors.........Red, Old Gold & Black Nickname...........................Bears Conference................. Centennial Home Field........... Patterson Field Capacity............................. 3,500 Surface..........................FieldTurf Head Coach......... Peter Gallagher Alma Mater.... W.Va. Wesleyan ’93 Phone.................... 610-409-3351 Career Record.................... 77-75 (15 seasons) 2015 Record...........................3-7 (2-7 Centennial) Starters Returning.................... 15 Offense..........................Multiple Defense............................. 4-2-5 Series........... Mules lead, 48-24-7 SID....................... Andy Edwards Phone....................610-409-3612

Location...............Bethlehem, Pa. Founded.............................. 1742 Enrollment......................... 1,862 Colors............... Navy Blue & Grey Nickname................. Greyhounds Conference................. Centennial Home Field........Rocco Calvo Field Capacity.............................2,000 Surface................... Sportexe Turf Head Coach.............. Jeff Pukszyn Alma Mater..............Moravian ’97 Phone....................610-625-7956 Career Record.....................19-32 (5 seasons) 2015 Record...........................8-3 (7-2 Centennial) Starters Returning....................14 Offense..........................Multiple Defense....................Multiple 3-4 Series........ ’Hounds lead, 33-29-2 SID........................Mark Fleming Phone.................... 610-861-1472

SCHEDULE Sept. 3 Bridgewater 10 at Ursinus 17 Juniata 24 at Susquehanna Oct. 1 McDaniel 15 at Muhlenberg 22 at Johns Hopkins 29 Moravian Nov. 5 at Dickinson 12 Franklin & Marshall

SCHEDULE Sept. 3 at Grove City 10 Dickinson 17 at Gettysburg 24 Franklin & Marshall Oct. 1 at Johns Hopkins 15 Ursinus 22 at Muhlenberg 29 McDaniel Nov. 5 Moravian 12 at Susquehanna

SCHEDULE Sept. 3 Randolph-Macon 10 at Juniata 17 Susquehanna 24 at Moravian Oct. 1 Franklin & Marshall 14 Johns Hopkins 22 at McDaniel 29 Muhlenberg Nov. 5 Gettysburg 12 at Ursinus

SCHEDULE Sept. 3 at Bethany (W.Va.) 10 Gettysburg 17 at Franklin & Marshall 24 at McDaniel Oct. 1 Moravian 15 at Juniata 22 Susquehanna 29 Johns Hopkins Nov. 5 at Muhlenberg 12 Dickinson

SCHEDULE Sept. 3 King’s 10 McDaniel 17 at Johns Hopkins 24 Dickinson Oct. 1 at Ursinus 15 Susquehanna 22 at Franklin & Marshall 29 at Gettysburg Nov. 5 at Juniata 12 Muhlenberg

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Timeline

32

1900-30

1933 1900

YEAR W-L-T 1900 1-3-1 1901 1-2-1

Muhlenberg plays its first intercollegiate football game at Ursinus on Oct. 6 and is defeated 41-0.

1902 0-4-2 1903 1904

-- --- --

1905 2-2-2

Muhlenberg combines a tenacious defense with a 47-yard dropkicked field goal to defeat mighty Penn State for the first time, 3-0. News of the major upset was announced on radio stations throughout the country.

1931-61 YEAR W-L-T 1931 2-8-0 1932 3-4-2 1933 6-3-0

1902

1934 2-6-1

After the 1902 team goes winless and nearly scoreless, the football program is

1935 1-9-0

discontinued, only to be revived for good three years later.

1936 2-6-1

1906 5-4-0

1937 5-5-0

1907 7-3-0

1938 7-3-0

1908 2-5-1

1939 6-4-0

1942

1909 3-4-2

Muhlenberg wins its first Eastern Pennsyl-

1916

1910 3-3-1 1911 5-4-0

Muhlenberg scores its most lopsided win ever, defeating Bloomsburg, 85-0.

1912 6-3-0

Billy Stephens was responsible for 28

1913 6-2-1

points.

points on three touchdowns and 10 extra

vania Conference football championship, clinching the title with a 7-6 win at Franklin & Marshall. Pete Gorgone, an All-American

1940 4-6-0 1941 6-4-0

who would later play for the New York Giants,

1942 7-3-0

threw a touchdown pass with less than three

1943 1-10-0

minutes remaining and ran in the extra point.

1944 4-5-0

1914 2-6-2

1945 0-5-0

1946/1947

1915 4-5-0

Coach Ben Schwartzwalder,

1916 5-3-1

who went on to a Hall-of-

1946 9-1-0 1947 9-1-0

Fame career at Syracuse

1917 4-1-2

where his players included Jim Brown and Ernie Davis,

1918 3-2-0

led the Mules to consecutive nine-win seasons and bowl bids. The

1919 3-5-0 1920 3-6-1 1921 7-2-1 1922 4-6-1

1921 Avenging a 56-0 loss the previous season, Muhlenberg defeats Lehigh, 14-13, using an onside kick to set up the winning touchdown. The win set off a weekend-long celebration that culminated on Monday with a mock funeral for

1923 3-6-1

the fallen rivals in downtown Allentown.

1924 7-3-0 1925 6-3-1 1926 7-3-0 1927 5-4-0 1928 1-8-0 1929 3-6-0 1930 5-4-1

1925 The greatest Muhlenberg athlete of the early part of the century, Nick Borrell is named to the New York

Telegram All-America team. Borrell, who went on to play for the Newark Tornadoes of the NFL, scored 261

1946 team (left) won the Tobacco Bowl in Lexington, Ky., defeating St. Bonaventure, 26-25, to claim the mythical small college national championship. The 1947 squad, whose only loss was to Temple by one point, turned down an invite to the Tangerine Bowl (the forerunner of today’s Capital One Bowl) in Orlando, Fla.

1949 1-7-1 1950 3-4-1 1951 1-8-0 1952 2-5-1 1953 3-5-0 1954 4-3-1 1955 4-4-0

1955

1956 4-4-0

Jackie McDonald wins the prestigious Maxwell Award

1957 4-4-0

as the Eastern college football player of the week for the second time after

1958 4-4-0 1959 3-6-0

rushing for 127 yards in a 7-6 win over Temple. He

1960 6-3-0

also was honored for the 1953 Lafayette game.

1961 2-7-0

points and 40 touchdowns in his four years at Muhlenberg (1924-27).

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1948 7-3-0

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Timeline

1962-93

33

1994-2015

1998

1964

YEAR W-L-T

Muhlenberg completes its move

Muhlenberg wins overtime games in back-to-back

from the University Division of

weeks against Ursinus (6-3) and Grove City (34-31).

1962 2-7-0

the Middle Atlantic Conference to

Kenyamo McFarlane caught the winning touchdown on

the College Division, beginning

the final play of both games.

1963 5-3-0

the “Division III” era.

1966 2-6-1 1967 2-5-0

In a battle of undefeated teams, Muhlenberg stuns Widener, 21-19. The winning drive was set up when Widener All-American

1968 6-3-0

and future NFL star Billy “White

1969 4-5-0

five touchdowns in a 48-2 romp

1970 7-2-0

Shoes” Johnson, who had scored

1975 2-6-2 1976 5-3-1 1977 6-3-0 1978 6-2-1

years, earning ECAC bids in 2000 and 2001 and 2004. The Mules tied for the Centennial Confer-

1981 3-6-0 1982 4-5-0 1983 6-3-0

04). The 2000 team won the ECAC Southwest

2001

2001 7-4-0

Division III records for career yards on kickoff

fourth quarter.

and punt returns. The three-time All-American team All-Cen-

2004 8-3-0

tennial nods (as a

1978 Brian Bodine sets an NCAA record (since broken) by carrying the ball on 20 consecutive offensive plays against Ursinus. Bodine, who finished the game with 219 yards on 45 carries, rushed for

wide receiver and

2005 3-7-0

kick returner) and more than doubled

2006 5-5-0

the previous school record for all-purpose yards.

2007 11-1-0

2002

2008 9-2-0

2,293 yards in his career (1977-

Muhlenberg

80), setting a school record that

breaks a 55-year-

stood for 20 years.

old school record with 10 wins and reaches the

2009 3-7-0 2010 7-4-0

second round of the NCAA Tournament.

2004 1980

2011 7-3-0

Muhlenberg wins its sixth NCAA statisti-

2012 8-3-0

cal championship, leading Division III in total

Trailing 38-14 with 11 minutes

defense (195.5 yards per game). The Mules also

to play, Muhlenberg rallies for

ranked in the top five in three other defensive

a miraculous 41-38 win against

categories.

2013 8-3-0 2014 9-2-0

Johns Hopkins. Mickey Mottola scored the

2015 8-3-0

winning touchdown

1985 7-3-0

threw for a school-

1986 7-3-0

(since broken) and five

2002 10-2-0 2003 7-3-0

earned five first-

on the last play of the game, and Gary Greb

2007/2008 For the first time in its 106-year history, Muhlenberg goes

record 403 yards

undefeated in the regular season in 2007. The Mules went 8-0 in the expanded Centennial Conference to capture

touchdowns.

their first outright CC championship and advanced to the

1987 7-3-0

1989 5-4-1

2000 9-2-0

title and had three All-Americans.

in Mule territory late in the

1984 6-3-0

1988 7-3-0

1999 6-4-0

ence championship four years in a row (2001-

1979 5-3-1 1980 8-1-0

1998 5-5-0

the program’s first NCAA berths from 2002 to

Current assistant coach Joshua Carter sets NCAA

1972 1-8-0

1974 2-7-0

1997 1-9-0

Muhlenberg makes the postseason five straight

the previous year, fumbled deep

1971 5-4-0

1973 7-1-1

1996 1-9-0

2000-04 1973

1994 2-8-0 1995 0-9-1

1964 5-4-0 1965 1-8-0

YEAR W-L-T

second round of the NCAA Tournament. The 2008 squad repeated as outright CC champ and climbed as high as No.

1983/1986

2010

In 1983, the first year of the Cen-

Muhlenberg ties Dickin-

1990 2-8-0

tennial Conference, the Mules

son for the most cham-

tie for the championship with

pionships in Centen-

1991 3-7-0

Gettysburg and Swarthmore.

nial Conference history,

They also led the NCAA in pass

rebounding from a 3-7

1992 1-8-1

defense that year. The 1986 team

season to go 7-4 and tie

shared the Conference crown

for its ninth title.

1993 4-5-0

with Franklin & Marshall.

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2 in the national poll, the best ranking ever for a Muhlenberg team in any sport.

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All-Time Results

34 1900 Coach: Charles Schmidt Captains: Bill Miller, Howard Shimer Record: 1-3-1 at Ursinus L 0-41 Moravian T 0-0 at Perkiomen Seminary W 33-0 at Lebanon Valley L 0-36 at Moravian L 0-30 1901 Coach: Walter Beck Captain: George Specht Record: 1-2-1 at Lebanon Valley at Reading Field Club at Perkiomen Seminary at Moravian 1902 Coach: William Grey Captain: Irwin Shalter Record: 0-4-2 at Ursinus Lebanon Valley* at Franklin & Marshall Kutztown Normal* Perkiomen Seminary* Albright*

L 12-22 L 0-6 W 41-0 T 0-0

L 0-63 L 6-18 L 0-69 T 0-0 T 0-0 L 0-52

1903-1904: No team 1905 Coach: Walter Singmaster Captain: Carbin Miller Record: 2-2-2 Albright* Allentown Prep* Kutztown Normal* Perkiomen Seminary* Slatington High School* Easton High School* 1906 Coach: Alfred Raub Captain: Alfred Stump Record: 5-4 Easton High School* Perkiomen Seminary* at Ursinus Jefferson Medical* East Stroudsburg Normal* Medico-Chirurgical* at Lebanon Valley Millersville Normal* Carlisle Indian Reserves*

L 6-23 W 31-0 T 6-6 T 0-0 W 11-5 L 0-23

W 19-0 W 10-0 L 5-35 L 5-6 W 34-0 L 0-6 W 23-5 W 6-5 L 5-26

1907 Coach: Dr. George O. Barclay Captain: William Shelly Record: 7-3 at Lehigh L 0-29 Jefferson Medical W 4-0 at Gettysburg L 0-26 City College of New York W 44-0 Medico-Chirurgical L 10-12 Ursinus W 11-5 Williamson Trade W 17-9 Stevens Tech W 21-5 Susquehanna* W 28-10 Lehigh Reserves* W 6-0

* site unknown

1908 Coach: Dr. Alfred E. Bull Captain: John Albert Record: 2-5-1 Medico-Chirurgical Lebanon Valley at Ursinus at Wyoming Seminary Franklin & Marshall at Rutgers Carlisle Indian Reserves Williamson Trade 1909 Coach: Dr. Alfred E. Bull Captain: John Aberly Record: 3-4-2 Webb Naval Academy Medico-Chirurgical Lehigh Reserves Susquehanna Franklin & Marshall Temple at Rutgers at Wyoming Seminary Carlisle Indian Reserves

T 0-0 W 14-0 L 0-47 W 12-10 L 0-5 L 5-15 L 0-22 L 17-23

W 6-0 T 5-5 T 0-0 L 5-11 L 0-33 W 26-0 L 5-35 L 0-23 W 13-5

1910 Coach: Dr. Alfred E. Bull Captain: Charles Coleman Record: 3-3-1 at Carlisle Indians Williamson Trade* Lebanon Valley* at Delaware Franklin & Marshall at Wyoming Seminary Carlisle Indian Reserves

L 0-39 T 0-0 W 40-6 W 11-0 L 0-12 L 11-18 W 11-6

1911 Coach: Tom Kelly Captain: Jacob Savacool Record: 5-4 at Carlisle Indians at New York University Williamson Trade at Gettysburg Delaware Lebanon Valley Franklin & Marshall at Bucknell Carlisle Indian Reserves

L 0-32 L 0-5 W 17-0 L 0-3 W 15-0 W 39-0 W 9-0 L 3-20 W 6-0

1912 Coach: Tom Kelly Captain: George Bixler Record: 6-3 at Lafayette at New York University Hillman Academy Webb Naval Academy at Delaware Gettysburg Franklin & Marshall at Lehigh Ursinus 1913 Coach: Tom Kelly Captain: Albert Skean Record: 6-2-1 at Lafayette at New York University at Gettysburg at Lehigh Lebanon Valley Franklin & Marshall Carlisle Indian Reserves at Bucknell Albright

L 3-20 L 2-6 W 28-0 W 55-0 W 21-0 W 38-7 W 7-0 L 3-7 W 10-0

T 7-7 W 54-0 W 20-6 L 0-7 W 35-0 W 25-0 W 48-0 L 6-14 W 29-3

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1914 Coach: George McCaa Captain: Ben Hubbard Record: 2-6-2 Bloomsburg Normal at Penn State Susquehanna at Rutgers at Lehigh Bucknell at Lafayette Lebanon Valley at Villanova Albright 1915 Coach: George McCaa Captain: Bill Ritter Record: 4-5 at Lafayette Villanova Susquehanna at Rutgers at Lehigh at Bucknell Lebanon Valley Catholic Albright 1916 Coach: John Price Captain: William Caskey Record: 5-3-1 Bloomsburg Normal at Villanova Pennsylvania Military Albright Bucknell at Lehigh Lebanon Valley at Catholic Ursinus

W 39-0 L 0-23 W 35-0 L 7-17 L 0-27 T 0-0 L 3-24 L 0-7 T 0-0 L 10-20

L 7-14 L 6-9 W 42-0 L 0-21 L 0-20 W 3-0 W 10-9 L 0-3 W 33-0

W 85-0 L 0-3 W 34-0 W 43-0 W 17-0 L 0-9 L 0-6 W 16-0 T 7-7

1917 Coach: John Price Captain: Russell Gaston Record: 4-1-2 Villanova Pennsylvania Military Franklin & Marshall at Lafayette at Lehigh Albright Ursinus

T 0-0 W 18-7 W 14-0 W 6-0 L 0-47 W 21-0 T 0-0

1918 Coach: Guy Brubaker Captain: Harold Anderson Record: 3-2 at Lafayette Villanova at Lehigh Camp Crane Ursinus

W 7-0 W 25-0 L 0-54 L 0-14 W 19-0

1919 Coach: Bill Ritter Captain: Harold Anderson Record: 3-5 at Lafayette Lebanon Valley at Bucknell Catholic at Villanova Albright at Lehigh Ursinus

L 0-13 W 31-0 L 0-27 W 13-0 L 0-6 W 67-0 L 7-33 L 6-7

1920 Coach: Bill Ritter Captain: George Feldman Record: 3-6-1 at Penn State at Lafayette Albright at Catholic Bucknell at Villanova at Lehigh Drexel at Fordham Ursinus 1921 Coach: John Spiegel Captain: Raymond Snyder Record: 7-2-1 at Lafayette at Delaware Bucknell Lebanon Valley at Gettysburg at Swarthmore at Lehigh Fordham at Albright Ursinus

L 7-27 L 0-20 W 14-13 L 6-7 L 0-43 T 0-0 L 0-56 W 82-0 L 0-13 W 39-14

1925 Coach: Harry Benfer Captain: Russel Clark Record: 6-3-1 East Stroudsburg Normal at Lafayette Albright at Gettysburg Lebanon Valley Dickinson at Lehigh Franklin & Marshall at Catholic Villanova

W 36-0 L 14-20 W 21-0 L 0-21 W 14-0 T 0-0 W 9-7 W 38-7 W 7-0 L 9-23

L 0-48 W 21-0 L 0-14 T 21-21 W 17-13 W 7-6 W 14-13 W 12-7 W 15-7 W 68-0

1926 Coach: Harry Benfer Captain: John Phillips Record: 7-3 Albright at Lafayette St. Bonaventure Gettysburg Lebanon Valley at Franklin & Marshall at Lehigh Temple at Dickinson Villanova

L 6-30 L 0-35 W 9-7 W 15-6 W 6-0 W 20-0 W 31-6 W 29-7 W 13-0 L 0-54

1927 Coach: Harry Benfer Captain: Eddie Dickert Record: 5-4 Albright at Lafayette at Gettysburg Lebanon Valley Franklin & Marshall at Lehigh Ursinus Dickinson Western Maryland

W 33-7 L 7-38 L 7-20 L 0-19 W 12-0 W 13-3 L 0-15 W 9-6 W 6-2

1922 Coach: John Spiegel Captain: George Holstrom Record: 4-6-1 East Stroudsburg Normal at Syracuse Delaware at Lafayette Gettysburg at Lehigh at Bucknell Villanova at Swarthmore Fordham Ursinus

W 33-0 L 0-47 W 12-0 L 0-62 L 7-28 L 7-26 L 6-33 L 6-16 W 17-10 T 20-20 W 28-0

1923 Coach: Walter Wood Captain: Harold Whitenight Record: 3-6-1 East Stroudsburg Normal at Lafayette at Delaware Dickinson at Gettysburg at Lehigh Bucknell at Swarthmore Catholic Villanova

W 33-0 L 0-20 L 0-6 W 13-0 L 3-17 L 3-13 L 6-14 L 7-32 W 16-12 T 0-0

1924 Coach: Walter Wood Captain: Archie Witt Record: 7-3 East Stroudsburg Normal at Lafayette Albright at Bucknell Gettysburg at Franklin & Marshall at Lehigh at Dickinson Swarthmore Villanova

W 67-0 L 0-13 W 34-0 L 0-33 W 25-0 W 37-0 L 0-5 W 36-0 W 3-0 W 41-0

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1928 Coach: Harry Benfer Captain: William Chapman Record: 1-8 Drexel L 3-6 at Lafayette L 0-56 at Dickinson L 0-6 at Franklin & Marshall W 8-0 at Lehigh L 7-13 Ursinus L 0-6 Gettysburg L 6-25 Lebanon Valley L 0-13 Western Maryland L 0-59 1929 Coach: George Holstrom Captains: Game captains Record: 3-6 Juniata at Lafayette Dickinson Lebanon Valley Ursinus at Lehigh at Gettysburg Franklin & Marshall Western Maryland

W 25-0 L 0-23 W 21-6 W 7-0 L 7-9 L 7-28 L 0-27 L 0-20 L 0-7


All-Time Results 1930 Coach: George Holstrom Captain: Milton Weiner Record: 5-4-1 St. Joseph’s (Pa.) at Lafayette Lebanon Valley at Dickinson at Franklin & Marshall at Lehigh Ursinus Gettysburg Wagner Western Maryland 1931 Coach: George Holstrom Captains: Game captains Record: 2-8 Juniata at Lafayette Lebanon Valley St. Joseph’s (Pa.) at Ursinus at Lehigh Franklin & Marshall at Gettysburg Dickinson at Western Maryland 1932 Coach: George Holstrom Captain: Joseph Matuska Record: 3-4-2 St. Joseph’s (Pa.) at Lafayette Lebanon Valley at Dickinson Ursinus at Lehigh at Franklin & Marshall Gettysburg Pennsylvania Military

W 6-0 L 0-13 L 12-14 W 6-0 T 0-0 W 24-13 W 14-13 L 6-20 W 32-0 L 0-25

W 19-7 L 0-26 L 6-7 W 7-0 L 0-7 L 0-33 L 13-40 L 0-26 L 6-14 L 0-34

W 27-0 L 0-6 L 0-6 W 13-0 T 0-0 L 6-25 L 7-21 W 26-7 T 0-0

1933 Coach: John Utz Captain: Albert “Reds” Weiner Record: 6-3 St. Joseph’s (Pa.) W 12-0 at Lafayette L 0-20 at Fordham L 0-57 at Penn State W 3-0 at Gettysburg L 6-9 Franklin & Marshall W 14-3 at Ursinus W 3-0 at Lehigh W 10-0 Dickinson W 7-0 1934 Coach: John Utz Captain: John Yarshinski Record: 2-6-1 West Chester Teachers at Lafayette Lebanon Valley Albright Gettysburg at Franklin & Marshall Ursinus at Lehigh at Dickinson

L 0-9 L 0-19 W 25-7 W 7-0 L 2-12 L 6-48 T 7-7 L 0-13 L 3-9

1935 Coach: John Utz Captain: George Koehler Record: 1-9 Baltimore at Lafayette Lebanon Valley at Ursinus at Gettysburg Franklin & Marshall at Lehigh at Fordham Dickinson at Albright

35

W 20-0 L 0-7 L 6-19 L 0-21 L 0-27 L 7-32 L 6-26 L 0-45 L 6-13 L 6-13

1936 Coach: Al “Doggie” Julian Captain: Ed “Scrapper” Farrell Record: 2-6-1 Lafayette W 19-0 at Penn State L 0-45 Gettysburg W 19-2 Ursinus L 0-13 at Franklin & Marshall L 2-20 at Army L 7-54 at Lehigh L 6-26 at Dickinson T 13-13 at Albright L 13-70 1937 Coach: Al “Doggie” Julian Captain: Henry Gutekunst Record: 5-5 Catawba St. Lawrence Lebanon Valley at Franklin & Marshall at Ursinus at Gettysburg Drexel at Lehigh Dickinson at Albright 1938 Coach: Al “Doggie” Julian Captain: Adam Matusa Record: 7-3 Upsala at Dickinson Villanova Franklin & Marshall Ursinus Gettysburg at Drexel at Lehigh Moravian at Albright

L 6-7 W 18-6 W 14-0 L 6-22 W 6-0 W 13-12 L 0-6 W 18-7 L 12-19 L 6-7

L 13-14 W 19-7 L 7-25 L 7-20 W 46-6 W 16-0 W 13-6 W 20-0 W 8-0 W 3-0

1939 Coach: Al “Doggie” Julian Captain: Charles Burin, Malvin Paul Record: 6-4 at Villanova L 0-14 Springfield W 7-3 at Lafayette W 7-6 at Ursinus W 33-0 Franklin & Marshall W 9-7 at Gettysburg L 0-7 at Lehigh W 23-0 Bucknell L 3-25 Moravian L 6-9 at Albright W 3-0

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1940 Coach: Al “Doggie” Julian Captains: Jim Franklin, Perry Scott Record: 4-6 Upsala L 0-7 at Temple L 7-64 at Albright L 3-14 Lafayette L 7-26 at Franklin & Marshall L 12-14 Ursinus W 15-6 Gettysburg W 20-0 at Lehigh W 20-6 at Dickinson W 34-0 at Bucknell L 0-6 1941 Coach: Al “Doggie” Julian Captain: John Bisset Record: 6-4 Albright Bucknell Carnegie Tech at Lafayette Dickinson at Ursinus at Lehigh Franklin & Marshall Upsala at Gettysburg

L 3-14 L 0-12 W 26-6 L 0-40 W 13-0 W 26-6 W 7-2 L 7-15 W 52-7 W 25-13

1942 Coach: Al “Doggie” Julian Captain: Bud Bossick Record: 7-3 at Moravian at Manhattan Gettysburg Lebanon Valley Ursinus at Dickinson at Lehigh at Franklin & Marshall Lakehurst Naval Station at Albright

W 6-0 L 7-27 W 20-14 W 6-0 W 41-0 W 20-0 L 7-22 W 7-6 L 7-27 W 20-0

Al “Doggie” Julian, who guided the Mules to their first Eastern Pennsylvania Conference title in 1942, is enshrined in the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass. After leaving Muhlenberg,

Coach Ben Schwartzwalder and captain John Sweatlock with the 1946 Tobacco Bowl Championship trophy. Following the 1948 season, Schwartzwalder left Muhlenberg for Syracuse University, where he coached for 25 years in a Hall-of-Fame career.

1943 Coach: Al “Doggie” Julian Captain: Dick Holben Record: 1-10 at Yale Villanova at Lakehurst Naval Station at Bucknell Swarthmore Franklin & Marshall at Franklin & Marshall Bucknell Atlantic City Naval Station at Swarthmore Sampson Naval Station 1944 Coach: Al “Doggie” Julian Captain: Jim Devlin Record: 4-5 Bucknell at Bucknell at Penn State Swarthmore Franklin & Marshall at Villanova at Franklin & Marshall at Atlantic City Naval Sta. at Princeton 1945 Coach: Larry Rosatti Captain: Al Rubbert Record: 0-5 at Swarthmore at Penn State at Franklin & Marshall Rutgers at Lehigh

L 6-13 L 12-35 W 13-0 L 6-14 L 13-14 L 0-20 L 6-28 L 0-19 L 7-21 L 8-13 L 7-28

L 7-24 L 0-14 L 13-58 W 33-6 W 19-18 L 0-7 W 18-6 W 14-7 L 6-16

L 8-28 L 7-47 L 0-30 L 6-19 L 0-6

where he coached football, basketball and baseball, he went on to lead Holy Cross (winning an NCAA championship) and the Boston Celtics.

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1946 Coach: Ben Schwartzwalder Captains: Carl Reimer, John  Sweatlock Record: 9-1 at Lafayette W 32-20 Albright W 39-0 at Bucknell W 6-0 Swarthmore W 52-13 Franklin & Marshall W 40-7 at Lehigh W 40-7 at Gettysburg W 13-7 Moravian W 47-0 at Delaware L 12-20 St. Bonaventure † W 26-25 † Tobacco Bowl (Lexington, Ky.) 1947 Coach: Ben Schwartzwalder Captains: Bill Bell, Tom Lane Record: 9-1 at Lafayette Albright at Swarthmore at Temple Upsala at Lehigh Gettysburg Delaware Bucknell at Franklin & Marshall

W 38-0 W 53-0 W 67-7 L 6-7 W 40-0 W 21-14 W 27-0 W 20-14 W 39-0 W 57-7

1948 Coach: Ben Schwartzwalder Captain: Ed Sikorski Record: 7-3 Boston University Youngstown State Scranton Lafayette at Gettysburg at Delaware at Lehigh Franklin & Marshall at Bucknell at Albright

W 27-0 W 19-0 W 18-14 L 13-46 W 32-20 L 0-12 L 20-35 W 40-7 W 44-14 W 13-0


All-Time Results

36 1949 Coach: Howie Baughman Captain: Jack Crider Record: 1-7-1 Scranton Duquesne at Lafayette Albright Gettysburg Delaware at Lehigh at Youngstown State at Bucknell 1950 Coach: Howie Baughman Captain: Milton Dietz Record: 3-4-1 Bucknell Lebanon Valley Lafayette at Gettysburg Delaware at Lehigh at Scranton at Albright 1951 Coach: Tom Triplett Captain: Unknown Record: 1-8 Upsala at Bucknell at Lebanon Valley at Lafayette Gettysburg at Delaware Lehigh Scranton Albright 1952 Coach: Tom Triplett Captain: Dean Bohs Record: 2-5-1 at Rutgers Bucknell at Albright Lafayette at Gettysburg Delaware at Lehigh Franklin & Marshall 1953 Coach: Tom Triplett Captain: Ernie Scarpa Record: 3-5 Albright at Bucknell at Lafayette Lebanon Valley Gettysburg at Lehigh at Delaware at Franklin & Marshall 1954 Coach: Tom Triplett Captain: None Record: 4-3-1 Bucknell at Albright Lafayette at Lebanon Valley at Gettysburg Delaware at Lehigh Franklin & Marshall

L 7-12 L 6-14 L 21-35 W 21-7 L 6-9 L 13-25 L 20-22 T 7-7 L 14-32

W 18-13 L 13-20 W 21-6 W 28-7 T 0-0 L 13-42 L 13-20 L 6-33

L 8-13 L 19-54 L 6-12 L 7-14 L 14-34 L 7-21 L 2-3 W 14-0 L 9-13

T 19-19 L 12-46 L 7-13 W 37-0 L 7-32 W 21-12 L 13-26 L 0-7

L 0-6 W 18-13 W 20-7 W 39-14 L 19-20 L 0-13 L 6-18 L 7-19

L 13-33 L 7-12 W 27-0 W 32-0 L 0-34 W 14-13 T 20-20 W 33-6

1955 Coach: Tom Triplett Captain: None Record: 4-4 at Lafayette Albright at Rutgers Lebanon Valley Gettysburg Scranton at Temple at Franklin & Marshall

L 0-7 W 26-13 L 0-21 W 32-0 L 13-54 L 12-25 W 7-6 W 18-13

1956 Coach: Ray Whispell Captain: Unknown Record: 4-4 Lafayette at Albright Temple at Lebanon Valley at Gettysburg at Scranton Hofstra Franklin & Marshall

L 6-26 W 18-0 L 14-19 W 14-7 L 7-34 W 14-0 L 9-13 W 13-0

1957 Coach: Ray Whispell Captain: Donald Herman Record: 4-4 at Lafayette Albright Scranton Lebanon Valley Gettysburg at Hofstra at Temple at Franklin & Marshall

L 13-20 W 18-14 W 6-0 W 18-6 L 0-21 L 7-26 W 40-16 L 20-41

1958 Coach: Ray Whispell Captain: Clair Miller Record: 4-4 at Lafayette Temple at Lebanon Valley at Gettysburg Hofstra at Albright Franklin & Marshall at Moravian

L 14-27 W 21-18 W 42-16 L 6-7 W 12-0 W 27-20 L 13-18 L 20-30

1959 Coach: Ray Whispell Captains: Jim Orr, Bob Pearsons Record: 3-6 at Scranton W 21-12 Lafayette L 6-19 at Temple W 14-13 Lebanon Valley L 7-12 Gettysburg L 7-12 at Hofstra L 0-18 Albright L 22-27 at Franklin & Marshall L 6-22 Moravian W 20-8 1960 Coach: Ray Whispell Captains: Ed Callahan, Vince Rosso,   Ed Yost Record: 6-3 Albright L 7-31 at Lafayette L 14-20 Temple W 17-14 at Lebanon Valley W 27-12 at Gettysburg L 12-14 Lycoming W 34-13 at Scranton W 28-12 Franklin & Marshall W 50-7 at Moravian W 33-16

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1961 Coach: Ray Whispell Captains: Charlie Kuntzleman,   Cliff Roth Record: 2-7 Lafayette L 13-14 at Albright L 20-52 at Temple L 12-36 Lebanon Valley L 6-15 Gettysburg L 8-22 at Bucknell L 0-27 Kings Point L 42-43 at Franklin & Marshall W 28-6 Moravian W 33-8 1962 Coach: Ray Whispell Captains: Ron Barlok, Dick Ludwick Record: 2-7 at Lafayette L 0-27 Albright L 8-14 Temple L 7-38 at Lebanon Valley L 23-25 at Gettysburg L 13-26 Bucknell L 0-53 King’s L 0-6 Franklin & Marshall W 28-0 at Moravian W 32-8 1963 Coach: Ray Whispell Captains: Charlie Gills, Dean Lowe,   Tom Turczyn Record: 5-3 at Albright L 8-13 Lafayette W 18-7 at Temple L 0-29 Lebanon Valley W 28-16 Gettysburg L 14-33 at Upsala W 26-13 Lycoming W 34-0 at Franklin & Marshall W 34-18 1964 Coach: Ray Whispell Captains: David Binder, Tom Horne,   Lynn Rothrock Record: 5-4 (5-3 MAC) at Dickinson L 14-23 Ursinus W 26-7 Pennsylvania Military W 7-6 at Lebanon Valley W 30-22 at Gettysburg L 20-51 Upsala W 26-12 at Lycoming L 0-9 Franklin & Marshall L 22-29 at Moravian W 21-6 1965 Coach: Ray Whispell Captains: Richard MacFarland,   Roger Toney, Charlie Woginrich Record: 1-8 (1-8 MAC) Dickinson L 8-20 at Ursinus W 22-7 at Pennsylvania Military L 14-41 Lebanon Valley L 14-32 Wilkes L 12-34 at Upsala L 14-28 Lycoming L 6-56 at Franklin & Marshall L 26-49 Moravian L 8-17

Frank Marino won 54 games in his 11 years as the Mules’ head coach. The Muhlenberg football field is named in his honor.

1966 Coach: Ray Whispell Captains: Richard Keck, John Piper Record: 2-6-1 (2-6-1 MAC) Upsala L 6-26 Ursinus T 0-0 Pennsylvania Military W 28-15 at Lebanon Valley L 12-30 at Dickinson L 7-17 Swarthmore L 8-34 at Lycoming L 12-31 Franklin & Marshall W 10-7 at Moravian L 7-14 1967 Coach: Ray Whispell Captains: Charles Bargerstock,   Gordie Bennett, Don Travis Record: 2-5-1 (2-5-1 MAC) at Ursinus T 6-6 at Pennsylvania Military L 24-28 Lebanon Valley W 14-7 Dickinson L 21-28 at Swarthmore W 43-32 Lycoming L 14-32 at Franklin & Marshall L 28-29 Moravian L 8-19 1968 Coach: Ray Whispell Captain: Dave Yoder Record: 6-3 (6-3 MAC) Johns Hopkins at Haverford Lebanon Valley Ursinus at Dickinson Swarthmore at Lycoming Franklin & Marshall at Moravian

L 28-30 W 32-6 L 29-39 W 45-6 W 48-0 W 55-6 W 21-13 W 18-13 L 15-47

1969 Coach: Ray Whispell Captains: Joe DiPanni, Mark   Hastie, Bob Van Iderstine Record: 4-5 (4-5 MAC) at Johns Hopkins L 21-30 Haverford W 44-0 at Lebanon Valley L 12-13 at Ursinus L 3-7 Dickinson L 13-29 at Swarthmore W 66-7 Lycoming W 27-21 at Franklin & Marshall W 42-14 Moravian L 0-37

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1970 Coach: Frank Marino Captains: Jesse Achenbach, Randy   Uhrich, Paul Werrell Record: 7-2 (7-2 MAC) Johns Hopkins W 16-6 at Haverford W 33-13 Lebanon Valley L 8-21 Ursinus W 33-12 at Dickinson W 20-14 Swarthmore W 29-14 at Pennsylvania Military W 14-6 Franklin & Marshall W 27-21 at Moravian L 7-55 1971 Coach: Frank Marino Captains: Ed DiYanni, Tom Reilly Record: 5-4 (5-4 MAC) at Johns Hopkins W 17-13 Haverford W 28-0 at Lebanon Valley L 16-21 at Ursinus L 13-16 Dickinson W 24-17 at Swarthmore W 34-0 Pennsylvania Military W 13-7 at Franklin & Marshall L 13-30 Moravian L 7-14 1972 Coach: Frank Marino Captains: Bill Bilinkas, Jon Light,   Ed Salo Record: 1-8 (1-8 MAC) Johns Hopkins L 7-19 at Delaware Valley L 14-35 Lebanon Valley L 0-14 Ursinus L 0-10 at Dickinson L 9-22 Swarthmore W 21-13 at Widener L 2-48 Franklin & Marshall L 0-26 at Moravian L 14-38 1973 Coach: Frank Marino Captain: Jon Light Record: 7-1-1 (7-1-1 MAC) at Johns Hopkins Delaware Valley at Lebanon Valley at Ursinus Dickinson at Swarthmore Widener at Franklin & Marshall Moravian

W 35-6 W 35-14 T 7-7 W 31-14 W 21-20 W 51-0 W 21-19 L 7-28 W 21-13


All-Time Results

Ralph Kirchenheiter coached Muhlenberg to shared Centennial Football Conference championships in 1983 and 1986 and served as the College’s athletic director for 11 years.

1974 Coach: Frank Marino Captains: Game captains Record: 2-7 (2-6 MAC South) Johns Hopkins L 0-9 at Rensselaer Polytechnic L 2-7 Lebanon Valley L 20-21 Ursinus W 28-14 at Dickinson L 33-39 Swarthmore W 35-7 at Widener L 9-22 Franklin & Marshall L 13-47 at Moravian L 27-42

1978 Coach: Frank Marino Captains: Yogi Edwards, John   Schlechter, Chuck Smith Record: 6-2-1 (5-2-1 MAC South) Franklin & Marshall L 6-42 Johns Hopkins W 56-20 at Western Maryland T 15-15 Lebanon Valley L 15-35 Ursinus W 21-7 at Dickinson W 19-14 Swarthmore W 16-14 at Susquehanna W 20-7 at Moravian W 34-0

1975 Coach: Frank Marino Captains: John Dunne, Bill Ray Record: 2-6-2 (2-5-2 MAC South) Western Maryland W 41-0 at Johns Hopkins T 28-28 Rensselaer Polytechnic L 7-13 at Lebanon Valley L 7-38 at Ursinus T 14-14 Dickinson W 21-20 at Swarthmore L 12-16 Widener L 0-24 at Franklin & Marshall L 14-48 Moravian L 0-16

1979 Coach: Frank Marino Captains: Brian Bodine, Jerry Galgano Record: 5-3-1 (4-3-1 MAC South) Franklin & Marshall L 0-10 at Johns Hopkins L 11-14 Western Maryland W 14-13 at Lebanon Valley L 22-31 at Ursinus W 24-22 Dickinson W 25-17 at Swarthmore T 0-0 Susquehanna W 28-7 Moravian W 14-6

1976 Coach: Frank Marino Captains: Don Clemons, Bill Dumchus Record: 5-3-1 (5-3-1 MAC South) Johns Hopkins W 45-6 at Western Maryland T 10-10 Lebanon Valley W 14-12 Ursinus W 28-6 at Dickinson W 38-14 Swarthmore W 52-10 at Widener L 6-21 Franklin & Marshall L 14-33 at Moravian L 14-36

1980 Coach: Frank Marino Captains: Art Scavone, Jamie Smith Record: 8-1 (7-1 MAC South) at Franklin & Marshall W 14-11 Johns Hopkins W 41-38 at Western Maryland L 6-14 Lebanon Valley W 23-14 Ursinus W 9-3 at Dickinson W 10-8 Swarthmore W 42-19 at Susquehanna W 17-16 at Moravian W 24-23

1977 Coach: Frank Marino Captains: Bill Dumchus, Bobby  Shaffer Record: 6-3 (5-3 MAC South) at Johns Hopkins W 38-12 Western Maryland W 10-3 at Lebanon Valley L 14-16 at Ursinus W 43-14 Dickinson W 21-0 at Swarthmore L 21-30 Susquehanna W 29-8 at Franklin & Marshall L 13-45 Moravian W 25-21

1981 Coach: Ralph Kirchenheiter Captains: Kyle Mirth, Marcus Spatidol Record: 3-6 (3-5 MAC South) at Franklin & Marshall L 20-38 at Gettysburg L 10-27 Widener L 3-17 at Susquehanna L 7-14 at Lebanon Valley W 24-17 Western Maryland L 3-20 Dickinson W 12-7 at Johns Hopkins L 3-15 Moravian W 10-9

37 1982 Coach: Ralph Kirchenheiter Captains: Chris Horton, Mickey  Mottola Record: 4-5 (4-4 MAC South) Franklin & Marshall L 7-10 Gettysburg W 17-10 at Widener L 12-31 Susquehanna L 10-17 Lebanon Valley L 7-10 at Western Maryland W 21-14 at Dickinson W 17-13 Johns Hopkins W 17-14 at Moravian L 6-16

1987 Coach: Ralph Kirchenheiter Captains: Mike Ferguson, Dave Pfund Record: 7-3 (5-2 CFC) at Susquehanna L 22-51 Dickinson W 34-14 at Franklin & Marshall L 10-17 Western Maryland W 27-0 at Swarthmore W 30-9 Johns Hopkins L 13-29 at Gettysburg W 35-16 Ursinus W 33-8 at Hampden-Sydney W 24-21 Moravian W 14-12

1983 Coach: Ralph Kirchenheiter Captains: Ray Beneke, Mark Bisbing Record: 6-3 (5-2 CFC) * Centennial co-champions * Dickinson W 17-6 at Franklin & Marshall W 3-0 Western Maryland W 24-0 at Swarthmore W 10-7 Johns Hopkins W 16-0 at Gettysburg L 7-34 Ursinus L 9-17 at Lebanon Valley W 20-14 Moravian L 7-24

1988 Coach: Ralph Kirchenheiter Captains: Chris Elser, John Murphy Record: 7-3 (5-2 CFC) Susquehanna W 26-13 at Dickinson L 12-14 Franklin & Marshall L 3-13 at Western Maryland W 24-14 Swarthmore W 28-14 at Johns Hopkins W 26-13 Gettysburg W 13-7 at Ursinus W 36-18 Hampden-Sydney W 23-17 at Moravian L 25-44

1984 Coach: Ralph Kirchenheiter Captains: Pete Broas, Bill Reiner Record: 6-3 (5-2 CFC) at Dickinson W 46-0 Franklin & Marshall W 20-19 at Western Maryland W 20-9 Swarthmore L 18-27 at Johns Hopkins L 3-13 Gettysburg W 13-0 at Ursinus W 27-17 Lebanon Valley W 52-0 at Moravian L 14-17

1989 Coach: Ralph Kirchenheiter Captains: Andy Becker, Mark Marino Record: 5-4-1 (4-2-1 CFC) at Susquehanna L 6-24 Dickinson L 10-21 at Franklin & Marshall L 7-21 Western Maryland W 28-13 at Swarthmore W 9-6 Johns Hopkins W 43-13 at Gettysburg T 10-10 Ursinus W 21-14 at FDU-Madison W 24-8 Moravian L 9-14

1985 Coach: Ralph Kirchenheiter Captains: Angus McDonald, Kevin   Mei, Tom Murdock Record: 7-3 (5-2 CFC) at Susquehanna W 30-7 Dickinson W 14-13 at Franklin & Marshall L 0-24 Western Maryland W 40-14 at Swarthmore W 11-10 Johns Hopkins W 18-14 at Gettysburg L 21-65 Ursinus W 35-34 at Catholic W 7-3 Moravian L 10-15 1986 Coach: Ralph Kirchenheiter Captain: Brad Fischer Record: 7-3 (6-1 CFC) * Centennial co-champions * Susquehanna L 7-17 at Dickinson W 6-0 Franklin & Marshall L 20-30 at Western Maryland W 36-15 Swarthmore W 21-0 at Johns Hopkins W 6-0 Gettysburg W 10-7 at Ursinus W 24-18 Catholic W 20-6 at Moravian L 0-14

1990 Coach: Fran Meagher Captains: Mike Pagan, Joe  Zeszotarski Record: 2-8 (1-6 CFC) Susquehanna at Dickinson Franklin & Marshall at Western Maryland Swarthmore at Johns Hopkins Gettysburg at Ursinus FDU-Madison at Moravian

L 7-23 L 0-45 L 6-9 L 3-14 W 23-6 L 7-28 L 7-48 L 10-17 W 27-6 L 3-7

1991 Coach: Fran Meagher Captains: Ron Ondrejca, Clarke   Paulus, Steve Turi Record: 3-7 (3-4 CFC) at Susquehanna L 11-30 Dickinson L 0-42 at Franklin & Marshall L 21-25 Western Maryland L 6-34 at Swarthmore W 12-10 Johns Hopkins W 14-8 at Gettysburg W 28-7 Ursinus L 9-13 at Washington & Jefferson L 0-49 Moravian L 27-28

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1992 Coach: Fran Meagher Captains: Craig Stump, Joe   Vecchio, Tom Waranavage Record: 1-8-1 (1-6 CFC) Susquehanna L 11-35 at Dickinson L 0-32 Franklin & Marshall W 9-6 at Western Maryland L 0-39 Swarthmore L 14-21 at Johns Hopkins L 8-30 Gettysburg L 7-18 at Kings Point T 6-6 at Ursinus L 3-6 at Moravian L 14-35 1993 Coach: Fran Meagher Captains: Rob Fritz, Mike Rubas,   Joe Vecchio Record: 4-5 (4-3 Centennial) at Hampden-Sydney L 21-22 Dickinson L 0-20 at Franklin & Marshall W 9-7 Western Maryland W 29-27 at Swarthmore L 23-29 Johns Hopkins W 20-16 at Gettysburg L 17-28 Ursinus W 34-31 Moravian L 14-24 1994 Coach: Greg Olejack Captains: Joe Christman, John   D’Angelo, Rob Lokerson, Luke  Trainer Record: 2-8 (1-6 Centennial) Hampden-Sydney W 26-9 at Dickinson L 0-50 Franklin & Marshall W 13-12 at Western Maryland L 13-23 Swarthmore L 17-43 at Johns Hopkins L 0-14 Gettysburg L 14-63 Union (N.Y.) L 0-50 at Ursinus L 14-21 at Moravian L 17-50 1995 Coach: Greg Olejack Captains: Matt Buist, Doug   Cubberley, John D’Angelo, Andy   Pratt, Bill Van Dyke Record: 0-9-1 (0-6-1 Centennial) at Catholic L 0-45 Dickinson L 0-35 at Franklin & Marshall L 10-38 Western Maryland T 13-13 at Swarthmore L 7-11 Johns Hopkins L 11-14 at Gettysburg L 16-28 at Union (N.Y.) L 14-33 Ursinus L 10-17 Moravian L 7-38 1996 Coach: Greg Olejack Captains: Gregg Bevan, Lionel Hush,   Mark Mogavero, Dan Terpstra Record: 1-9 (1-6 Centennial) Catholic L 11-68 at Dickinson L 12-34 Franklin & Marshall L 0-53 at Western Maryland L 14-27 Swarthmore W 40-27 at Johns Hopkins L 0-20 Gettysburg L 9-27 at Ursinus L^ 7-13 Carnegie Mellon L 20-23 at Moravian L 3-27


All-Time Results

38 1997 Coach: Mike Donnelly Captains: George Fosdick, Dave   Johnson, Jason Novak, Paul Peri,   Jim Socci Record: 1-9 (1-6 Centennial) at Hartwick L 17-42 Dickinson L 14-21 at Franklin & Marshall L 10-14 Western Maryland L 9-44 at Swarthmore W 60-14 Johns Hopkins L 21-24 at Gettysburg L 33-45 Ursinus L 7-9 at Carnegie Mellon L 13-28 Moravian L 16-21 1998 Coach: Mike Donnelly Captains: Jason Brader, Frank   Marrero, Patrick Shelley Record: 5-5 (3-4 Centennial) Hartwick L 0-21 at Dickinson L 10-21 Franklin & Marshall L 28-31 at Western Maryland L 3-43 Swarthmore W 41-6 at Johns Hopkins L 31-34 Gettysburg W 47-19 at Ursinus W^ 6-3 Grove City W^ 34-31 at Moravian W 33-14 1999 Coach: Mike Donnelly Captains: Joseph Gmitter, Kenyamo   McFarlane, Ken Rayhon,   Chuck Richard Record: 6-4 (4-3 Centennial) at Kings Point W 42-24 Dickinson W 30-13 at Franklin & Marshall W 42-13 Western Maryland L 14-21 at Swarthmore W 35-0 Johns Hopkins W 42-18 at Gettysburg L 28-42 Ursinus L 23-35 at Grove City L^ 24-31 Moravian W 52-26 2000 Coach: Mike Donnelly Captains: David Jones, Michael   McCabe, Mwaura Muroki,   Chuck Richard Record: 9-2 (5-2 Centennial) * ECAC Southwest champions * Kings Point W 34-10 at Dickinson W 41-26 Franklin & Marshall W 45-0 at Western Maryland L 3-15 Swarthmore W 31-14 at Johns Hopkins L 20-33 Gettysburg W 41-0 at Ursinus W 21-19 Hartwick W 30-26 at Moravian W 45-20 Wilkes ! W 26-22

2001 Coach: Mike Donnelly Captains: Joshua Carter, Doug   Folger, Nick Tranguch Record: 7-4 (5-1 Centennial) * Centennial co-champions * at Kings Point W 42-17 at Cal Lutheran L 20-44 Dickinson W 47-3 at Franklin & Marshall W 45-3 Western Maryland L^ 25-28 Johns Hopkins W 22-14 at Gettysburg W 41-0 Ursinus W 23-20 at Hartwick W 63-13 Moravian L 7-17 at King’s ! L 29-32 2002 Coach: Mike Donnelly Captains: Mike Koth, Alfredo   Mercuri, Beau Sherry Record: 10-2 (5-1 Centennial) * Centennial co-champions * Kings Point W 54-3 Cal Lutheran W 40-32 at Dickinson W 28-21 Franklin & Marshall W 68-22 at McDaniel L 14-35 at Johns Hopkins W 23-10 Gettysburg W 41-0 at Ursinus W 43-0 Union (N.Y.) W 44-13 at Moravian W 8-0 Mass.-Dartmouth + W 56-6 John Carroll + L 10-21 2003 Coach: Mike Donnelly Captains: Chris Radomski, Keith   Van Fleet Record: 7-3 (5-1 Centennial) * Centennial co-champions * at Kings Point L 14-22 McDaniel L 9-22 at Franklin & Marshall W 41-20 Dickinson W 50-6 at Ursinus W 27-7 Johns Hopkins W 14-6 at Gettysburg W 26-15 at Union (N.Y.) W 20-15 Moravian W 24-0 at Christopher Newport + L 20-24

2004 Coach: Mike Donnelly Captains: Michael Della Pella,   Matt McGowan, Nick Rosetti,   Frank Santini Record: 8-3 (4-2 Centennial) * Centennial co-champions * Kings Point W 17-13 at Union (N.Y.) W 23-18 Grove City W 27-3 Franklin & Marshall L 10-15 at Dickinson W 23-3 Ursinus W 17-3 at Johns Hopkins W 9-6 Gettysburg W 21-0 at McDaniel L 6-7 at Moravian W 28-14 at St. John Fisher + L 3-31 2005 Coach: Mike Donnelly Captains: Mark Bennett, Michael   Leanch, Carl Slabicki, Tom Wargacki Record: 3-7 (2-4 Centennial) at New Jersey W 30-13 Union (N.Y.) L 14-22 at Grove City L 6-16 at Franklin & Marshall L 9-15 Dickinson W 20-2 at Ursinus W 21-14 Johns Hopkins L 10-13 at Gettysburg L 3-10 McDaniel L 6-13 Moravian L 19-24 2006 Coach: Mike Donnelly Captains: Chris Musselman, Chris  Poehls Record: 5-5 (2-4 Centennial) New Jersey W 24-14 William Paterson W 24-17 at Union (N.Y.) L 7-34 Franklin & Marshall L 10-24 at Dickinson L 14-24 Ursinus W 22-6 at Johns Hopkins L 7-10 Gettysburg W 54-14 at McDaniel L 19-22 at Moravian W 24-10

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Two of the most memorable games of Mike Donnelly’s coaching tenure were contested in weather conditions that were less than ideal. In 2002, the Mules played at Moravian in an icy rain that turned the field into a mud pit. Four years ago, Muhlenberg hosted Dickinson during the unseasonable “Snow-tober” storm. Footing and handling the ball were dicey both times, but the Mules rose to the challenge, winning the “Mud Bowl” 8-0 and the “Snow Bowl” 12-0.

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2007 Coach: Mike Donnelly Captains: Dustin Good, Matt   Johnson, Chris Musselman, Eric   Santagato, Tom Tarsitano Record: 11-1 (8-0 Centennial) * Centennial champions * at New Jersey W 15-0 Union (N.Y.) W 34-0 at Gettysburg W 14-13 Johns Hopkins W 28-21 at Juniata W 44-3 McDaniel W 43-0 at Franklin & Marshall W 31-0 Dickinson W 29-24 at Ursinus W 31-7 Moravian W 35-7 Salisbury + W 31-21 at Wesley + L 21-38 2008 Coach: Mike Donnelly Captains: David Mazzola, Mike Nolan,   Matt Rathbun, Eric Santagato Record: 9-2 (7-1 Centennial) * Centennial champions * Wilkes W 34-21 at Union (N.Y.) W 31-14 Gettysburg W 42-21 at Johns Hopkins W 28-23 Juniata W 38-7 at McDaniel W 49-6 Franklin & Marshall W 17-6 at Dickinson W 31-25 Ursinus W 45-8 at Moravian L^ 24-27 Wesley + L 0-20 2009 Coach: Mike Donnelly Captains: Cameron Ahouse,   JJ Contessa, Phil Cresta, Frank   Emmett, Jake Floyd Record: 3-7 (2-6 Centennial) at Wilkes L 12-14 Union (N.Y.) W 17-7 at Gettysburg L   3-20 Johns Hopkins L 27-40 at Juniata W 14-0 McDaniel L  9-16 at Franklin & Marshall L   7-20 Dickinson L 16-17 at Ursinus L 10-24 Moravian W 7-0 2010 Coach: Mike Donnelly Captains: Mark Accomando, Scott   Gavin, Patrick McDonough Record: 7-4 (7-2 Centennial) * Centennial co-champions * Delaware Valley L 7-27 at Susquehanna W 21-14 Gettysburg W^ 33-27 at Johns Hopkins W 30-27 Juniata W 38-3 at McDaniel W 29-0 Franklin & Marshall L 7-17 at Dickinson W 26-13 Ursinus W 27-20 at Moravian L 13-14 at Wesley + L 14-53 2011 Coach: Mike Donnelly Captains: Dan Deighan, Chris   Hartzell, Patrick McDonough,   Phil Musick, Michael Porembski Record: 7-3 (7-2 Centennial) at Delaware Valley L^ 9-10 at Franklin & Marshall W 34-13 McDaniel W 34-26

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at Johns Hopkins Susquehanna at Gettysburg at Juniata Dickinson at Ursinus Moravian

L 17-27 W 30-14 L 10-14 W 28-3 W 12-0 W 24-21 W 28-0

2012 Coach: Mike Donnelly Captains: Terrence Dandridge, Dan   Deighan, Frank Malandruccolo, John   Merklinger, Shane O’Connor Record: 8-3 (7-2 Centennial) at The Apprentice School W 27-7 Franklin & Marshall W 21-0 at McDaniel W 33-0 Johns Hopkins L 21-33 at Susquehanna L 0-17 Gettysburg W 35-31 Juniata W 35-14 at Dickinson W 61-21 Ursinus W^ 24-17 at Moravian W 45-7 Delaware Valley ! L 21-24 2013 Coach: Mike Donnelly Captains: Joe Carlucci, Kory Crichton,   Joe Hogh Record: 8-3 (7-2 Centennial) The Apprentice School W 59-6 at Franklin & Marshall L 21-28 McDaniel W 58-0 at Johns Hopkins L 13-45 Susquehanna W 38-18 at Gettysburg W 35-10 at Juniata W 27-7 Dickinson W 42-3 at Ursinus W 41-10 Moravian W 24-12 Salisbury ! L 19-21 2014 Coach: Mike Donnelly Captains: Gene Blanco, Tyler Cerbo,   Jeremey Thomas Record: 9-2 (8-1 Centennial) at Wilkes W 34-0 Franklin & Marshall W 42-7 at McDaniel W 59-10 Johns Hopkins L 26-42 at Susquehanna W 24-20 Gettysburg W 47-6 Juniata W 42-13 at Dickinson W 34-20 Ursinus W 41-27 at Moravian W 37-7 at Widener + L 35-36 2015 Coach: Mike Donnelly Captains: Bryan Auvil, John Feaster,   Andrew Kincaid, Dillon Minnaker,   Lenny Smith Record: 8-3 (7-2 Centennial) Wilkes W 35-7 at Franklin & Marshall L 15-16 McDaniel W 55-0 at Johns Hopkins L 28-49 Susquehanna W 27-24 at Gettysburg W 41-13 at Juniata W^^ 41-35 Dickinson W 15-13 at Ursinus W 10-9 Moravian W 28-14 Stevenson % L 9-14 ^ overtime(s)  + NCAA Tournament ! ECAC bowl game % Centennial-MAC Bowl Series


Series Records

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School W L T Pct Home Away Unknown First-Last Streak Last Mule Win Last Opp. Win CC W-L-T Albright 22 19 0 .537 15-8 7-9 0-2 1902-1963 A5 1958 (27-20) 1963 (13-8) The Apprentice School 2 0 0 1.000 1-0 1-0 0-0 2012-2013 M2 2013 (59-6) N/A Cal Lutheran 1 1 0 .500 1-0 0-1 0-0 2001-2002 M1 2002 (40-32) 2001 (44-20) Carnegie Mellon 1 2 0 .333 1-1 0-1 0-0 1941-1997 CM2 1941 (26-6) 1997 (28-13) Catholic 6 4 0 .600 3-2 3-2 0-0 1915-1996 C2 1986 (20-6) 1996 (68-11) Christopher Newport 0 1 0 .000 0-0 0-1 0-0 2003 CN1 N/A 2003 (24-20) Delaware Valley 1 4 0 .200 1-2 0-2 0-0 1972-2012 DV3 1973 (35-14) 2012 (24-21) Dickinson 44 25 2 .634 23-12-1 21-13-1 0-0 1923-2015 M6 2015 (15-13) 2009 (17-16) 20-13 FDU-Florham 2 0 0 1.000 1-0 1-0 0-0 1989-1990 M2 1990 (27-6) N/A Franklin & Marshall 44 54 1 .449 27-26 17-28-1 0-0 1902-2015 FM1 2014 (42-7) 2015 (16-15) 15-18 Gettysburg 36 43 1 .456 22-16 14-27-1 0-0 1907-2015 M4 2015 (41-13) 2011 (14-10) 19-13-1 Grove City 2 2 0 .500 2-0 0-2 0-0 1998-2005 GC1 2004 (27-3) 2005 (16-6) Hampden-Sydney 3 1 0 .750 2-0 1-1 0-0 1987-1994 M1 1994 (26-9) 1993 (22-21) Hartwick 2 2 0 .500 1-1 1-1 0-0 1997-2001 M2 2001 (63-13) 1998 (21-0) John Carroll 0 1 0 .000 0-1 0-0 0-0 2002 JC1 N/A 2002 (21-10) Johns Hopkins 23 24 1 .490 14-10 9-14-1 0-0 1968-2015 JH5 2010 (30-27) 2015 (49-28) 15-18 Juniata 11 0 0 1.000 6-0 5-0 0-0 1929-2015 M11 2015 (41-35) N/A 9-0 King’s 0 2 0 .000 0-1 0-1 0-0 1962-2001 K2 N/A 2001 (32-29) Kings Point 5 2 1 .688 3-1 2-1-1 0-0 1961-2004 M1 2004 (17-13) 2003 (22-14) Lebanon Valley 28 29 2 .492 19-18-1 8-10-1 1-1 1900-1984 M2 1984 (52-0) 1982 (10-7) Lycoming 4 4 0 .500 3-2 1-2 0-0 1960-1969 M2 1969 (27-21) 1967 (32-14) Mass.-Dartmouth 1 0 0 1.000 1-0 0-0 0-0 2002 Mu1 2002 (56-6) N/A McDaniel/Western Maryland 21 22 3 .489 13-11-1 8-11-2 0-0 1927-2015 Mu6 2015 (55-0) 2009 (16-9) 16-16-1 Moravian 29 33 2 .469 16-15-1 13-18-1 0-0 1900-2015 Mu5 2015 (28-14) 2010 (14-13) 7-2 New Jersey 3 0 0 1.000 1-0 2-0 0-0 2005-2007 M3 2007 (15-0) N/A Rensselaer 0 2 0 .000 0-1 0-1 0-0 1974-1975 R2 N/A 1975 (13-7) St. John Fisher 0 1 0 .000 0-0 0-1 0-0 2004 S1 N/A 2004 (31-3) St. Lawrence 1 0 0 1.000 1-0 0-0 0-0 1937 M1 1937 (18-6) N/A Salisbury 1 1 0 .500 1-1 0-0 0-0 2007-2013 S1 2007 (31-21) 2013 (21-19) Springfield 1 0 0 1.000 1-0 0-0 0-0 1939 M1 1939 (7-3) N/A Stevenson 0 1 0 .000 0-1 0-0 0-0 2015 S1 N/A 2015 (14-9) Susquehanna 14 10 0 .583 8-5 5-5 1-0 1907-2015 M3 2015 (27-24) 2012 (17-0) 5-1 Union (N.Y.) 6 4 0 .600 3-2 3-2 0-0 1994-2009 M3 2009 (17-7) 2006 (34-7) Ursinus 48 24 7 .652 27-11-5 21-13-2 0-0 1900-2015 M6 2015 (10-9) 2009 (24-10) 23-10 Washington & Jefferson 0 1 0 .000 0-0 0-1 0-0 1991 WJ1 N/A 1991 (49-0) Wesley 0 3 0 .000 0-1 0-2 0-0 2007-2010 W3 N/A 2010 (53-14) Widener/Pennsylvania Military 7 9 1 .441 6-2-1 1-7 0-0 1916-2014 W6 1973 (21-19) 2014 (36-35) Wilkes 4 2 0 .667 3-1 1-1 0-0 1965-2015 M2 2015 (35-7) 2009 (14-12) William Paterson 1 0 0 1.000 1-0 0-0 0-0 2006 M1 2006 (24-17) N/A Totals: Current Division III 374 333 21 .528 227-152-10 145-178-11 2-3-0 1900-2015 — 142-96-2* Totals: All Opponents (93) 512 502 41 .505 301-201-18 202-294-18 9-7-5 1900-2015 —       * includes 13-5 record vs. Swarthmore            (2016 opponents in bold) Division I (FBS) Army Penn State Rutgers Syracuse Temple Division I (FCS) Bucknell Delaware Duquesne Fordham Hofstra Lafayette Lehigh Lehigh Reserves Princeton Villanova Wagner Yale Youngstown State Division II Bloomsburg Normal Catawba East Stroudsburg Normal Kutztown Normal Millersville Normal West Chester Discontinued Programs Baltimore Boston University City College of New York Drexel Haverford Manhattan New York University Scranton St. Bonaventure St. Joseph’s (Pa.) Stevens Swarthmore Upsala Other High Schools/Seminaries Military Teams Other Non-Collegiate

W L T Pct First-Last Game 0 1 0 .000 1936 1 5 0 .167 1914-1945 0 6 1 .071 1908-1955 0 1 0 .000 1922 7 6 0 .538 1909-1963 7 21 1 .259 1911-1962 8 6 1 .567 1910-1954 0 1 0 .000 1949 1 3 1 .300 1920-1935 1 3 0 .250 1956-1959 11 33 1 .256 1912-1963 13 28 1 .321 1907-1954 1 0 1 .750 1907-1909 0 1 0 .000 1944 2 10 4 .250 1914-1944 1 0 0 1.000 1930 0 1 0 .000 1943 1 0 1 .750 1948-1949 2 0 5 0 1 0

0 0 1.000 1 0 .000 0 0 1.000 0 2 .500 0 0 1.000 1 0 .000

1914-1916 1937 1906-1925 1902-1905 1906 1934

1 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 2 2 0 .500 4 0 0 1.000 0 1 0 .000 1 2 0 .333 6 3 0 .667 2 0 0 1.000 4 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 30 12 1 .709 4 5 0 .444

1935 1948 1907 1920-1938 1968-1971 1942 1911-1913 1948-1960 1926-1946 1930-1933 1907 1921-2000 1938-1966

8 4 7

3 4 9

2 0 3

.692 .500 .447

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Coaches’ Records Coach................................. Year(s)............W L T Pct Charles Schmidt................... 1900......................1 3 1 .300 Walter Beck........................... 1901.......................1 2 1 .375 William Grey.......................... 1902.....................0 4 2 .167 no team................................... 1903-04...............- - - — Walter Singmaster............... 1905..................... 2 2 2 .500 Alfred Raub............................ 1906..................... 5 4 0 .556 Dr. George O. Barclay........... 1907.......................7 3 0 .700 Dr. Alfred E. Bull................... 1908-10...............8 12 4 .417 Tom Kelly................................ 1911-13................17 9 1 .648 George McCaa....................... 1914-15................6 11 2 .368 John Price............................... 1916-17.................9 4 3 .656 Guy Brubaker........................ 1918...................... 3 2 0 .600 Bill Ritter................................. 1919-20...............6 11 1 .361 John Spiegel........................... 1921-22............... 11 8 2 .571 Walter Wood......................... 1923-24............. 10 9 1 .525 Harry Benfer.......................... 1925-28............. 19 18 1 .513 George Holstrom................. 1929-32..............13 22 3 .382 John Utz.................................. 1933-35................9 18 1 .339 Al “Doggie” Julian................. 1936-44.............42 46 1 .478 Larry Rosatti.......................... 1945......................0 5 0 .000 Ben Schwartzwalder........... 1946-48............ 25 5 0 .833 Howie Baughman................ 1949-50.............. 4 11 2 .294 Tom Triplett........................... 1951-55.............. 14 25 2 .366 Ray Whispell.......................... 1956-69............50 69 2 .421 Frank Marino......................... 1970-80............54 40 6 .570 Ralph Kirchenheiter............ 1981-89............. 52 33 1 .610 Fran Meagher....................... 1990-93............ 10 28 1 .269 Greg Olejack.......................... 1994-96.............. 3 26 1 .117 Mike Donnelly ................. 1997-15......... 131 72 0 .645   Totals (114 seasons).................................... 512 502 41 .505

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Mike Donnelly got showered after Muhlenberg defeated Mass.-Dartmouth in 2002 in its first NCAA Tournament game. Donnelly has a record of 129-58 (.690) in his last 187 games and became the Mules’ all-time winningest coach in 2005. His 100th career win was a 21-0 blanking of Franklin & Marshall in 2012.


Individual Records

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C 895 John DeLuca, 2005-08 (4,041 yards) 849 Matt Bernardo, 2000-03 (4,117 yards) S 339 John DeLuca, 2008 (1,634 yards) 329 John DeLuca, 2007 (1,533 yards) G 45 Brian Bodine vs. Ursinus, 1978 (219 yards) holds record of 20 consecutive carries 44 Matt Bernardo vs. Johns Hopkins, 2002 (140 yards)

C 408 Matt Bernardo, 2000-03 (68 TDs) 261 Nick Borrell, 1924-27 (40 TDs, 13 PATs, 2 FGs, 1 safety) S 132 Matt Bernardo, 2002 (22 TDs) 114 Matt Bernardo, 2001 (19 TDs) G 28 Billy Stephens vs. Bloomsburg, 1916 (3 TDs, 10 PATs) 24 11 times, most recent: John DeLuca vs. Juniata, 2007 (4 TDs)

yards C 4,117 Matt Bernardo, 2000-03 (849 carries) 4,041 John DeLuca, 2005-08 (895 carries) S 1,634 John DeLuca, 2008 (339 carries) 1,533 John DeLuca, 2007 (329 carries) G 263 Jason Brader, Swarthmore, 1998 (29 carries) 258 John Sules vs. Western Md., 1976 (37 carries)

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yards per carry

touchdowns C S G

60 Matt Bernardo, 2000-03 35 Terrence Dandridge, 2009-12; John DeLuca, 2005-08 19 Matt Bernardo, 2001 17 Matt Bernardo, 2002 4 John DeLuca vs. Juniata, 2007 4 Matt Bernardo vs. Ursinus, 2002 4 Matt Bernardo vs. Franklin & Marshall, 2001 4 Matt Bernardo vs. Moravian, 2000 4 Jason Brader vs. Swarthmore, 1997 4 Leland Lott vs. Johns Hopkins, 1975 4 Nick Borrell vs. East Stroudsburg Normal, 1925 C=career; S=season; G=game underline = achieved during Coach Donnelly’s tenure Note: stats accumulated in postseason games did not count prior to 2002.

Top Performances

• RUSHING Yds 4,117 4,041 3,368 2,684 2,293 1,806 1,752 1,665 1,627 1,499 1,405 1,379 1,350 1,320 1,319 1,312 1,305 1,291 1,276 1,220 1,218 1,175 1,115 1,036 1,027

55 Connor Winter, 2012-13 53 Michael Katz, 2008-09

C S G

10 David Binder, 1961-64 6 Randy Uhrich, 1967-70; Ron Henry, 1964-67 4 David Binder, 1964; Charlie Woginrich, 1962 3 Randy Uhrich vs. Swarthmore, 1967

two-point conversions made

31 Connor Winter, 2011-14 (attempted 44) 27 Michael Katz, 2007-10 (attempted 44) 27 Bob Powers, 1988-90 (attempted 42) 16 Chris Reed, 2002 (attempted 21) 15 Connor Winter, 2014 (attempted 17) 4 Connor Winter vs. Johns Hopkins, 2014 (att. 4) 4 Chris Reed vs. Kings Point, 2002 (attempted 4) 4 Eric Abrams vs. Catholic, 1986 (attempted 4)

field goals attempted C 46 Chris Reed, 1999-02 (made 26) 44 Connor Winter, 2011-14 (made 31) 44 Michael Katz, 2007-10 (made 27) S 21 Chris Reed, 2002 (made 16) 20 Tom Mulroy, 1984 (made 10) G 5 Tom Mulroy vs. F&M, 1984 (made 2) 4 most recent: Connor Winter vs. Johns Hopkins,   2014 (made 4)

Chris Reed led all Division III

field goal percentage C S

1,000 YARDS IN A CAREER Player Years Att Matt Bernardo 2000-03 849 John DeLuca 2005-08 895 Terrence Dandridge 2009-12 760 Jason Brader 1997-98 548 Brian Bodine 1977-80 548 John Sules 1976-78 413 Jeff Potkul 1985-88 345 John Mill 1973-75 329 Marty Binder * 1947-48 253 Charlie Kuntzleman 1959-61 291 Herb Owens 1957-59 249 Max Cepeda 2014-15 308 Rob Paessler 1987-90 375 Anthony Wolfsohn 1999-00 269 Michael Bailey 1981-83 309 Dan Deighan 2009-12 401 Bruce Weaver 1968-71 334 Jackie McDonald ** 1953-55 304 Ron Salley 1971-73 311 Mickey Mottola 1979-82 309 Ed Yost 1958-60 252 Nick Palladino 2013-15 344 Randy Uhrich 1967-70 357 Gerry Fahy 1975-78 229 Charles Woginrich 1962-65 200 * also played in 1944; statistics unavailable  ** 1952 statistics unavailable

137 Connor Winter, 2011-14 (attempted 142) 124 Chris Reed, 1999-2002 (attempted 132) 52 Connor Winter, 2014 (attempted 54) 49 Chris Reed, 2002 (attempted 51) 10 Billy Stephens vs. Bloomsburg Normal, 1916 9 Trygve Kleppinger vs. Swarthmore, 1969 (att. 9)

consecutive PATs made

field goals made C S G

points after touchdown made C S G

PAT percentage

C 230 Connor Winter, 2011-14 (137 PATs, 31 FGs) 202 Chris Reed, 1999-02 (124 PATs, 26 FGs) S 97 Connor Winter, 2014 (52 PATs, 15 FGs) 97 Chris Reed, 2002 (49 PATs, 16 FGs) G 18 Chris Reed vs. Kings Point, 2002 (6 PATs, 4 FGs) 14 three times, most recent Connor Winter vs. Johns Hopkins, 2014

6.4 Marty Binder, 1944, 1947-48 (253-1,627) 5.6 Herb Owens, 1957-59 (249-1,405) 7.3 Russ Strait, 1947 (57-416) 7.0 Jack Crider, 1947 (67-469) 17.6 Herb Owens vs. Temple, 1958 (9-158) 14.9 Max Cepeda vs. F&M, 2014 (7-104) 13.7 Mike Bailey vs. Lebanon Valley, 1981 (11-151)

Victor Lea vs. Johns Hopkins, 1981 Victor Lea vs. Dickinson, 1982 Connor Winter vs. Gettysburg, 2014 Chris Reed vs. Franklin & Marshall, 2002 Chris Reed vs. Kings Point, 2002 Mike Hiller vs. Lebanon Valley, 1979

C 96.5 Connor Winter, 2011-14 (137-142) 94.5 Michael Dickinson, 1998-2000 (54-57) S 100.0 Michael Katz, 2008 (45-45) 100.0 Sam Stovall, 1976 (29-29)

points scored by kicking

C 134.2 Jason Brader, 1997-98 (2,684 in 20) 102.9 Matt Bernardo, 2000-03 (4,117 in 40) S 148.5 John DeLuca, 2008 (1,634 in 11) 140.6 Jason Brader, 1997 (1,406 in 10) C S G

C 68 Matt Bernardo, 2000-03 41 Joshua Carter, 1998-01 S 22 Matt Bernardo, 2002 19 Matt Bernardo, 2001 G 4 12 times, most recent: Max Cepeda vs. Moravian, 2014

52 yards 50 yards 49 yards 49 yards 49 yards 49 yards

kickers in field goals made and

70.5 Connor Winter, 2011-14 (31-44) 64.3 Bob Powers, 1988-90 (27-42) 88.9 Victor Lea, 1981 (8-9) 88.2 Connor Winter, 2014 (15-17)

points in 2002.

200 YARDS IN A GAME

600 YARDS IN A SEASON Avg TD 4.8 60 4.5 35 4.4 35 4.9 19 4.2 16 4.4 18 5.1 7 5.1 12 6.4 25 5.2 18 5.6 19 4.5 19 3.6 8 4.9 11 4.3 3 3.3 13 3.9 23 4.2 12 4.1 10 3.9 7 4.8 14 3.4 17 3.1 18 4.5 9 5.1 1

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Player John DeLuca John DeLuca Jason Brader Matt Bernardo Jason Brader Jeff Potkul Marty Binder Terrence Dandridge Terrence Dandridge Matt Bernardo Matt Bernardo Max Cepeda Brian Bodine John Sules Ron Salley John Sules Terrence Dandridge Anthony Wolfsohn Matt Bernardo Brian Bodine John Mill Ed Sikorski Kevin Van Laar John Landino Nick Savant Herb Owens Charlie Kuntzleman

Year 2008 2007 1997 2002 1998 1988 1948 2010 2012 2001 2003 2014 1978 1976 1973 1977 2011 2000 2000 1979 1973 1946 2013 1987 2015 1957 1960

Att 339 329 271 288 277 220 183 207 247 211 214 199 219 194 174 159 175 131 136 170 114 122 170 168 152 106 107

Yds 1,634 1,533 1,406 1,393 1,278 1,202 1,142 1,068 1,054 1,038 977 972 940 886 850 742 741 734 709 671 662 659 657 651 650 639 638

Avg TD 4.8 15 4.7 16 5.2 10 4.8 17 4.6 9 5.5 6 6.2 15 5.2 11 4.3 13 4.9 19 4.6 10 4.9 14 4.3 7 4.6 8 4.9 8 4.7 9 4.2 8 5.6 4 5.2 14 3.9 4 5.8 7 5.4 7 3.9 12 3.9 5 4.3 5 6.0 9 5.9 8

Player Jason Brader John Sules Matt Bernardo Jason Brader John DeLuca Matt Bernardo Matt Bernardo Brian Bodine Jason Brader Jeff Potkul John Sules Jeff Potkul John DeLuca John Mill Gerry Fahy

Year Opponent 1998 Swarthmore 1976 Western Maryland 2000 Moravian 1997 Swarthmore 2008 McDaniel 2000 Ursinus 2003 Gettysburg 1978 Ursinus 1997 Gettysburg 1988 Ursinus 1977 Western Maryland 1988 Hampden-Sydney 2008 Ursinus 1973 Johns Hopkins 1977 Johns Hopkins

Att Yds TD 29 263 2 37 258 1 40 251 4 28 246 4 32 242 3 39 239 3 42 226 1 45 219 1 35 218 3 24 217 2 37 212 1 24 208 2 40 202 3 27 201 2 20 200 3

80 YARDS ON A CARRY Player Alex Schmidt Marty Binder Dave Brown Max Cepeda Ed DiYanni Jeff Potkul Lynn Rothrock

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Year Opponent 1984 Lebanon Valley 1948 Franklin & Marshall 1964 Gettysburg 2014 Franklin & Marshall 1971 Lebanon Valley 1988 Ursinus 1964 Lebanon Valley

Yds 98 TD 95 TD 88 TD 83 TD 83 TD 82 TD 81 TD


Individual Records

41 yards per attempt

passing efficiency rating C 135.3 Eric Santagato, 2005-08 133.2 Michael McCabe, 1997-2000 S 156.2 Michael McCabe, 1999 153.9 Nick Palladino, 2014

C S G

8.1 Pete Broas, 1981-84 (270-2,198) 7.9 Don Sommerville, 1976-79 (239-1,894) 10.6 Bill Bell, 1947 (97-1,030) 9.7 Pete Broas, 1984 (149-1,446) 19.7 Michael McCabe vs. Swarthmore, 1999 (21-413) 18.6 Terry Haney vs. F&M, 1962 (10-186)

C S G

16.2 Pete Broas, 1981-84 (136-2,198) 15.7 Mike Reid, 1972-75 (217-3,401) 19.8 Bill Bell, 1947 (52-1,030) 19.3 Mike Reid, 1973 (42-809) 29.0 Justin Jones vs. Ursinus, 2002 (8-232) 24.3 Michael McCabe vs. Swarthmore, 1999 (17-413)

C S G

47 Gary Greb, 1980-82 47 Ron Henry, 1964-67 22 Chris Giordano, 1985 21 Ron Henry, 1965 6 Justin Jones vs. Moravian, 2001 5 most recent: Rich Picinich vs. Dickinson, 1994

attempts

yards per completion

C 1,011 Nick Palladino, 2013-15 (completed 664) 928 Michael McCabe, 1997-2000 (completed 502) S 385 Nick Palladino, 2014 (completed 266) 385 Sean McCullough, 1993 (completed 187) holds per game record of 42.8 (385 in 9) G 58 Sean McCullough vs. Swarthmore, 1993 (comp. 25) 58 Gary Greb vs. Johns Hopkins, 1980 (comp. 29)

yards C S G

7,464 Nick Palladino, 2013-15 6,938 Michael McCabe, 1997-2000 2,998 Nick Palladino, 2014 2,560 Michael McCabe, 1999 471 Michael McCabe vs. Dickinson, 1999 413 Michael McCabe vs. Swarthmore, 1999

completions C S G

664 Nick Palladino, 2013-15 (attempted 1,011) 502 Michael McCabe, 1997-2000 (attempted 928) 266 Nick Palladino, 2014 (attempted 385) 232 Nick Palladino, 2015 (attempted 352) 35 Nick Palladino vs. Widener, 2014 (attempted 47) 33 Nick Palladino vs. J. Hopkins, 2015 (att. 46) 33 George Fosdick vs. Gettysburg, 1997 (att. 47)

C S G

60.7 Eric Santagato, 2005-08 (479-789) 57.7 Don Sommerville, 1975-79 (138-239) 69.1 Nick Palladino, 2014 (266-385) 65.9 Nick Palladino, 2015 (232-352) 90.5 Nick Palladino vs. Moravian, 2015 (19-21) 90.5 Eric Santagato vs. Juniata, 2008 (19-21)

completion percentage

Michael McCabe had eight 300-yard games from 1998 to 2000. There had been only five in program history

interceptions

interception percentage C S

3.2 Michael McCabe, 1997-2000 (30 of 928) 3.8 Eric Santagato, 2005-08 (30 of 789) 1.0 Nick Palladino, 2014 (4 of 385) 1.9 Eric Santagato, 2007 (5 of 269)

C S G

64 Michael McCabe, 1997-2000 62 Nick Palladino, 2013-15 26 Michael McCabe, 1999 25 Nick Palladino, 2014 5 Michael McCabe vs. Dickinson, 2000 5 Michael McCabe vs. Moravian, 1999 5 Gary Greb vs. Johns Hopkins, 1980 5 Ed DiYanni vs. Swarthmore, 1969

C S

6.9 Michael McCabe, 1997-2000 (64 of 928) 6.5 Randy Uhrich, 1967-70 (24 of 371) 11.3 Bill Bell, 1947 (11 of 97) 9.4 Randy Uhrich, 1968 (12 of 127)

plays C 1,355 Nick Palladino, 2013-15 (8,639 yards) 1,101 Eric Santagato, 2005-08 (6,856 yards) S 495 Nick Palladino, 2015 (3,010 yards) 476 Sean McCullough, 1993 (2,375 yards) G 67 Sean McCullough vs. Moravian, 1993 (278 yards) 65 Nick Palladino vs. Johns Hopkins, 2014 (257 yds) 65 Sean McCullough vs. Swarthmore, 1993 (367 yds)

yards C 8,639 Nick Palladino, 2013-15 (1,175 rush, 7,464 pass) 6,939 Michael McCabe, 1997-00 (1 rush, 6,938 pass) S 3,216 Nick Palladino, 2014 (218 rush, 2,998 pass) 3,010 Nick Palladino, 2015 (555 rush, 2,455 pass) G 457 Michael McCabe vs. Dickinson, 1999 (-14 rush,   471 pass) 416 Nick Palladino vs. Juniata, 2015 (33 rush,   383 pass)

yards per game C 210.3 Michael McCabe, 1997-2000 (6,939 in 33) 195.9 Eric Santagato, 2005-08 (6,856 in 35) S 292.4 Nick Palladino, 2014 (3,216 in 11) 263.9 Sean McCullough, 1993 (2,375 in 9)

yards per play C 6.38 Michael McCabe, 1997-2000 (1,088-6,939) 6.23 Eric Santagato, 2005-08 (1,101-6,856) S 7.36 Michael McCabe, 1999 (346-2,545) 7.02 Eric Santagato, 2008 (348-2,442) G 18.55 Michael McCabe vs. Swarthmore, 1999 (22-408) 12.38 Mike Reid vs. Western Md., 1975 (26-322)

touchdowns

touchdowns C S G

touchdown percentage

79 Nick Palladino, 2013-15 (17 rush, 62 pass) 66 Michael McCabe, 1997-00 (2 rush, 64 pass) 32 Nick Palladino, 2014 (7 rush, 25 pass) 27 Nick Palladino, 2015 (4 rush, 23 pass) 5 Nick Palladino vs. Widener, 2014 (3 rush, 2 pass) 5 Nick Palladino vs, Ursinus, 2013 (1 rush, 4 pass) 5 Eric Santagato vs. Gettysburg, 2006 (3 rush, 2 pass) 5 Michael McCabe vs. Dickinson, 2000 (5 pass) 5 Michael McCabe vs. Moravian, 1999 (5 pass) 5 Gary Greb vs. Johns Hopkins, 1980 (5 pass) 5 Ed DiYanni vs. Swarthmore, 1969 (5 pass)

Top Performances

1,000 YARDS IN A SEASON

• PASSING

prior to his career.

2,000 YARDS IN A CAREER Player Nick Palladino Michael McCabe Eric Santagato Dan Deighan Chris Elser Sean McCullough Justin Jones George Fosdick Gary Greb John Schlechter Mike Reid Ron Henry Rollie Houseknecht Randy Uhrich Pete Broas Ed DiYanni Nick Rosetti

total offense

Years Att-Cmp-Int Pct Yds TD Rating 2013-15 1011-664-26 .657 7,464 62 142.79 1997-00 928-502-30 .541 6,938 64 133.19 2005-08 789-479-30 .607 6,152 40 135.33 2009-12 797-418-27 .524 5,130 32 112.99 1986-88 715-383-43 .536 4,549 42 114.37 1991-93 781-342-39 .438 4,432 33 95.41 1999-02 570-297-35 .521 4,007 35 119.14 1994-97 696-312-38 .448 3,807 21 89.81 1980-82 643-289-47 .449 3,802 25 92.83 1975-78 481-237-26 .493 3,432 25 115.55 1972-75 529-217-39 .410 3,401 23 94.63 1964-67 546-214-47 .392 2,634 18 73.38 1959-61 425-168-33 .395 2,463 16 85.10 1967-70 371-179-19 .482 2,228 24 109.80 1981-84 270-136-17 .504 2,198 15 124.49 1968-71 352-155-16 .440 2,146 19 103.97 2001-04 352-171-21 .486 2,054 12 96.91

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300 YARDS IN A GAME Player Michael McCabe Michael McCabe Gary Greb Nick Palladino Nick Palladino Nick Palladino Michael McCabe Nick Palladino Sean McCullough Michael McCabe Michael McCabe George Fosdick Sean McCullough Michael McCabe Michael McCabe Nick Palladino Rollie Houseknecht Pete Broas Nick Palladino George Fosdick Nick Palladino George Fosdick Dan Deighan Eric Santagato Michael McCabe

Year 1999 1999 1980 2014 2015 2014 2000 2014 1993 2000 2000 1997 1993 1999 1998 2013 1961 1984 2015 1997 2014 1997 2012 2008 1998

Opponent Dickinson Swarthmore Johns Hopkins Widener Juniata Ursinus Dickinson Juniata Ursinus Johns Hopkins Hartwick Gettysburg Swarthmore Johns Hopkins Gettysburg Ursinus Kings Point Ursinus Johns Hopkins Carnegie Mellon Dickinson Hartwick Dickinson Wilkes Grove City

Att-Cmp Yds TD 36-28 471 4 21-17 413 3 58-29 403 5 47-35 388 2 48-32 383 4 44-32 375 4 26-16 375 5 31-25 373 3 46-25 368 3 44-25 360 1 42-25 355 3 47-33 355 2 58-25 351 2 42-24 346 2 29-17 341 3 26-17 339 4 24-15 338 3 25-18 335 3 46-33 333 2 56-26 318 2 37-27 316 3 35-20 314 1 25-17 313 2 26-18 308 3 41-20 304 3

Player Nick Palladino Michael McCabe Nick Palladino Sean McCullough Michael McCabe George Fosdick Eric Santagato Eric Santagato Justin Jones Michael McCabe Nick Palladino Chris Elser Gary Greb Dan Deighan Chris Elser Eric Santagato Dan Deighan Justin Jones Ed DiYanni Pete Broas Chris Giordano Ron Henry Nick Rosetti Dan Deighan Don Sommerville Gary Greb John Schlechter Sean McCullough Bill Bell Jason Jack Sean McCullough

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Year Att-Cmp Yds TD 2014 385-266 2,998 25 1999 297-179 2,560 26 2015 352-232 2,455 23 1993 385-187 2,367 14 2000 302-165 2,327 20 1997 344-182 2,327 13 2007 269-170 2,326 15 2008 267-160 2,094 19 2002 274-153 2,042 18 1998 323-155 2,027 18 2013 274-166 2,011 14 1987 286-156 1,899 19 1980 253-124 1,742 15 2010 297-153 1,704 12 1988 267-148 1,649 15 2006 228-134 1,628 5 2012 206-121 1,591 9 2001 233-113 1,519 13 1971 243-106 1,484 12 1984 149-82 1,446 10 1985 250-108 1,428 8 1965 242-111 1,413 10 2004 248-120 1,390 9 2011 199-96 1,330 10 1979 170-95 1,252 6 1981 204-92 1,128 5 1976 156-81 1,091 9 1991 192-72 1,051 14 1947 97-52 1,030 11 1994 178-84 1,027 3 1992 204-83 1,014 5


Individual Records

42 all-purpose

punt returns

yards

punt returns

C 6,642 Joshua Carter, 1998-01 5,544 Matt Bernardo, 2000-03 S 2,173 Matt Bernardo, 2002 2,083 Joshua Carter, 1999 (holds record of 208.3 per game) G 344 Joshua Carter vs. Franklin & Marshall, 2000 310 Joshua Carter vs. Hartwick, 2000

yards per play C S G

18.8 Tom Neumann, 1982-85 (117-2,203) 18.8 Carl Evans, 1968-71 (109-2,044) 19.6 Tom Neumann, 1984 (45-881) 19.4 Tom Neumann, 1985 (50-968) 43.6 Isaiah Vaughn vs. Delaware Valley, 2012 (5-218) 36.3 John Sartori vs. Susquehanna, 1979 (7-254)

C S G

133 Joshua Carter, 1998-01 (1,550 yards) 96 Kevin Mei, 1982-85 (769 yards) 42 Joshua Carter, 2001 (533 yards) 34 Kodi Shay, 2002 (351 yards) 34 Joshua Carter, 2000 (455 yards) 8 Joshua Carter vs. F&M, 2001 (154 yards) 8 Joshua Carter vs. F&M, 2000 (105 yards) 8 Mike Kern vs. Gettysburg, 1996 (67 yards) 8 Kevin Mei vs. Dickinson, 1984 (57 yards)

yards

return yards C 3,739 Joshua Carter, 1998-01 (1,550 PR, 2,189 KOR) ** also an NCAA Division III record 1,548 Kevin Mei, 1982-85 (769 PR, 724 KOR, 55 IR) S 1,318 Joshua Carter, 1999 (337 PR, 981 KOR) 962 Joshua Carter, 2000 (455 PR, 507 KOR) G 207 Joshua Carter vs. Kings Point, 1999 (14 PR, 193 KOR) 199 Joshua Carter vs. Moravian, 1999 (32 PR, 167 KOR)

punting punts

C 1,550 Joshua Carter, 1998-01 (133 returns) ** also an NCAA Division III record 769 Kevin Mei, 1982-85 (96 returns) S 533 Joshua Carter, 2001 (42 returns) 455 Joshua Carter, 2000 (34 returns) G 154 Joshua Carter vs. F&M, 2001 (8 returns) 140 Cody Geyer vs. Susquehanna, 2013 (4 returns)

yards per return C S G

15.8 Cody Geyer, 2011-14 (32 for 505) 11.9 Jim Stampfle, 1972-75 (55 for 657) 22.3 Dave Yoder, 1967 (10 for 223) 17.1 Cody Geyer, 2013 (25 for 427) 35.0 Cody Geyer vs. Susquehanna, 2013 (4-140) 34.3 John Sules vs. Swarthmore, 1976 (3-103)

touchdowns

C 264 Frank Gripp, 1994-97 (9,159 yards) 247 Gerry Scott, 1989-92 (8,898 yards) S 84 Frank Gripp, 1995 (2,873 yards) 74 Frank Gripp, 1996 (2,581 yards) G 12 four times, most recent: Joe Getz vs. Johns Hopkins, 2003 (353 yards)

C S

3 Jim Stampfle, 1972-75 2 Bobby Lee, 1956

longest punt returns 92 yards 91 yards 87 yards 82 yards 81 yards

average C S G

kickoff returns

40.8 Dave Brottman/Lewis, 1984-85 (97-3,955) 36.8 James Barski, 1997-2000 (161-5,921) 41.6 Dave Lewis, 1985 (55-2,290) 39.9 Dan Deighan, 2012 (34-1,358) 45.6 Doug LiGregni vs. Swarthmore, 1978 (5-228) 45.2 Gerry Scott vs. Gettysburg, 1990 (5-226)

Herb Owens vs. Franklin & Marshall, 1958 Jamie Smith vs. Swarthmore, 1980 John Sules vs. Swarthmore, 1976 Cody Geyer vs. Susquehanna, 2013 Joe Allwein vs. Franklin & Marshall, 1970

kickoff returns C S G

75 Joshua Carter, 1998-01 (2,189 yards) 46 Chase Nadell, 2008-11 (1,220 yards) 31 Dan Bierals, 1990 (563 yards) 28 Joshua Carter, 1999 (981 yards) 8 Pat Johnston vs. Susquehanna, 1987 (193 yards) 7 Dan Bierals vs. Dickinson, 1990 (101 yards)

yards C 2,189 Joshua Carter, 1998-01 (75 returns) 1,220 Chase Nadell, 2008-11 (46 returns) S 981 Joshua Carter, 1999 (28 returns) ** also an NCAA Division III record 619 Chase Nadell, 2010 (21 returns) G 193 Joshua Carter vs. Kings Point, 1999 (3 returns) 193 Pat Johnston vs. Susquehanna, 1987 (8 returns)

yards per return C S G

29.2 Joshua Carter, 1998-01 (75-2,189) 26.5 Chase Nadell, 2008-11 (46-1,220) 35.0 Joshua Carter, 1999 (28-981) 31.4 Matt Bernardo, 2002 (14-440) 64.3 Joshua Carter vs. Kings Point, 1999 (3-193) 49.0 Tom Oleksa vs. Dickinson, 1974 (3-147)

touchdowns C S

4 Joshua Carter, 1998-01 2 Chase Nadell, 2008-10 2 Phillip Gasker, 2002-05 2 Jim Stampfle, 1972-75 2 Tom Oleksa, 1971-74 2 Charlie Kuntzleman, 1959-61 3 Joshua Carter, 1999 2 Tom Oleksa, 1974

longest kickoff returns 100 yards 97 yards 96 yards

Brian Bodine vs. Ursinus, 1977 Charlie Kuntzleman vs. F&M, 1961 Dave Ehlers vs. Bucknell, 1952 Tom Neumann vs. Western Maryland, 1984 Isaiah Vaughn vs. Delaware Valley, 2012 Tom Oleksa vs. Ursinus, 1974

longest punt 76 yards

Gerry Scott vs. Kings Point, 1992

Top Performances

1,000 YARDS IN A SEASON

• ALL-PURPOSE John Sartori broke Muhlenberg’s career record for allpurpose yardage in 1979 and held it for 20 years.

250 YARDS IN A GAME Player Joshua Carter Joshua Carter Joshua Carter Joshua Carter John DeLuca Joshua Carter Jason Brader Ron DiDio Kodi Shay Kodi Shay John Sules John Sules Joshua Carter Anth. Wolfsohn Cody Geyer Matt Bernardo Ch. Kuntzleman Matt Bernardo Jason Brader Kodi Shay Matt Bernardo

Year Opponent 2000 Franklin & Marshall 2000 Hartwick 1999 Ursinus 1999 Moravian 2008 McDaniel 2000 Kings Point 1998 Swarthmore 1980 Johns Hopkins 2003 McDaniel 2003 Dickinson 1976 Western Md. 1976 Swarthmore 2001 Cal Lutheran 2000 Johns Hopkins 2013 Susquehanna 2002 Franklin & Marshall 1960 Franklin & Marshall 2000 Moravian 1997 Swarthmore 2003 Ursinus 2002 Mass.-Dartmouth

Yds Rush 344 0 310 0 309 6 308 22 305 242 297 (-3) 293 263 290 0 284 15 280 5 278 258 277 144 275 14 267 158 265 0 265 117 256 111 255 251 254 246 250 6 250 174

2,000 YARDS IN A CAREER Rec 210 198 145 87 0 157 30 162 136 160 0 4 137 64 91 36 50 4 8 191 29

Ret 134 112 158 199 63 143 0 128 133 115 20 129 124 45 174 112 95 0 0 53 47

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Player Joshua Carter Matt Bernardo John DeLuca Terrence Dandridge John Sartori Jason Brader Brian Bodine Kodi Shay Cody Geyer Charlie Woginrich Rob Lokerson Phil Cresta Kenyamo McFarlane Jeff Potkul Isaiah Vaughn Max Cepeda John Sules Tom Neumann Eric Slaton Anthony Wolfsohn Carl Evans

Years 1998-01 2000-03 2005-08 2009-12 1976-79 1997-98 1977-80 2000-03 2011-14 1962-65 1991-94 2006-09 1996-99 1985-88 2009-12 2014-15 1976-78 1982-85 1988-91 1999-00 1968-71

Yds Rush Rec Ret Att Avg 6,642 170 2,733 3,739 420 15.8 5,544 4,117 870 557 957 5.8 4,612 4,041 219 352 943 4.9 3,950 3,368 384 198 824 4.8 3,291 57 2,486 748 210 15.7 3,218 2,684 403 0 596 5.4 3,160 2,293 225 642 609 5.2 3,118 141 1,852 1,125 199 15.7 3,068 145 1,923 1,000 206 14.9 2,839 1,027 1,083 729 333 8.5 2,680 2 2,678 0 170 15.8 2.678 24 2,631 23 167 16.0 2,516 8 2,484 24 142 17.7 2,367 1,752 285 330 395 6.0 2,291 56 1,650 585 134 17.1 2,250 1,379 442 429 396 5.7 2,244 1,806 118 320 456 4.9 2,203 0 1,312 891 117 18.8 2,106 (-4) 1,083 1,027 134 15.7 2,076 1,320 588 168 327 6.3 2,044 22 2,022 0 109 18.8

Player Matt Bernardo Joshua Carter Joshua Carter John Deluca Cody Geyer Kodi Shay Jason Brader John DeLuca Joshua Carter Jason Brader Marty Binder Jeff Potkul Max Cepeda Isaiah Vaughn Rob Lokerson Steve Peters Kodi Shay John Sules Terr. Dandridge Matt Bernardo Brian Bodine Terr. Dandridge Matt Bernardo Cody Geyer John Sartori Eric Slaton Ch. Woginrich Ryan Delaney Ron DiDio Anth. Wolfsohn Dan Bierals Anth. Wolfsohn Phil Cresta Nick Lamb

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Year Yds Rush Rec Ret 2002 2,173 1,393 340 440 1999 2,083 67 698 1,318 2000 2,031 28 1,041 962 2008 1,929 1,634 72 223 2013 1,880 84 1,106 690 2003 1,866 77 1,025 764 1997 1,768 1,406 231 131 2007 1,766 1,533 104 129 2001 1,604 82 603 919 1998 1,450 1,278 172 0 1948 1,443 1,142 301 0 1988 1,423 1,202 221 0 2014 1,401 972 201 228 2012 1,277 (-8) 863 422 1993 1,277 2 1,275 0 1994 1,257 407 291 559 2002 1,225 64 810 351 1976 1,222 886 48 288 2010 1,203 1,068 81 54 2001 1,201 1,038 84 79 1978 1,198 940 92 166 2012 1,195 1,054 141 0 2003 1,186 977 171 38 2014 1,181 61 817 303 1979 1,164 60 698 406 1991 1,142 0 646 496 1965 1,083 191 634 258 2015 1,081 23 569 489 1980 1,078 0 732 346 1999 1,065 586 386 93 1990 1,030 0 254 776 2000 1,011 734 202 75 2008 1,003 8 981 14 2015 1,002 18 979 5


Individual Records

43

receiving receptions C S G

C S G

351 John D’Angelo, 1992-95 (184 solo) 336 Craig Stump, 1989-92 (186 solo) 139 Craig Stump, 1992 (76 solo) 138 Craig Stump, 1991 (80 solo) 27 Erik Hammar vs. Grove City, 1999 (16 solo) 22 John D’Angelo vs. Swarthmore, 1994 (16 solo)

5.71 Cody Geyer, 2011-14 (120 in 21) 4.44 Rob Lokerson, 1991-94 (169 in 38) 8.4 Rob Lokerson, 1993 (76 in 9) 6.5 Nick Lamb, 2015 (71 in 11)

C 2,733 Joshua Carter, 1998-01 (169 receptions) 2,678 Rob Lokerson, 1991-94 (169 receptions) S 1,275 Rob Lokerson, 1993 (76 receptions) 1,106 Cody Geyer, 2013 (60 receptions) G 235 Rob Lokerson vs. Ursinus, 1993 (15 receptions) 222 Kenyamo McFarlane vs. Gettysburg, 1998 (8 rec.)

yards per game 91.6 Cody Geyer, 2011-14 (1,923 in 21) 73.1 Phil Cresta, 2006-09 (2,631 in 36) 141.7 Rob Lokerson, 1993 (1,275 in 9) 104.1 Joshua Carter, 2000 (1,041 in 10)

C S G

55 yards

213 John Murphy, 1985-88 189 Patrick McDonough, 2008-11 80 Craig Stump, 1991 76 Craig Stump, 1992 18 Craig Stump vs. Kings Point, 1992 16 Erik Hammar vs. Grove City, 1999 16 John D’Angelo vs. Swarthmore, 1994 33½ Joe Vecchio, 1990-93 25 James Dickinson, 1986-89 14 James Dickinson, 1988 13½ Matt Rathbun, 2008 4½ Joe Vecchio vs. Gettysburg, 1991 4 Jeremey Thomas vs. Susquehanna, 2013

C S G

24½ Ian Gimbar, 2011-14 22½ Dan McCall, 2002-05 14½ Ian Gimbar, 2012 11½ Mike Luby, 2015 5½ Dan McCall vs. Ursinus, 2003 4½ Kenneth Cobb vs. Ursinus, 2010

interceptions

yards per reception 21.3 Randy Boll, 1972-74 (51-1,086) 19.1 Carl Evans, 1968-71 (106-2,022) 32.8 Randy Boll, 1973 (11-361) 30.7 Gene Reed, 1950 (15-460) 35.8 Ted Nivison vs. Moravian, 1977 (5-179) 35.3 Isaiah Vaughn vs. Delaware Valley, 2012 (3-106)

C S G

33 Joshua Carter, 1998-01 25 John Sartori, 1976-79 14 Joshua Carter, 2000 11 Kodi Shay, 2003 11 Kenyamo McFarlane, 1999 4 Joshua Carter vs. Franklin & Marshall, 2000 3 Nick Lamb vs. Gettysburg, 2015 3 Cody Geyer vs. Ursinus, 2013 3 Kodi Shay vs. Dickinson, 2003 3 Joshua Carter vs. Kings Point, 2001 and 2000 3 Rob Lokerson vs. Ursinus, 1993 3 Jack Crider vs. Albright, 1947

touchdowns

26 Justin Adair, 2002-05; Mike Burke, 1997-2000 24 Jordan Wright, 1999-2002 13 Justin Adair, 2004 13 Mike Burke, 1999 4 six times, most recent: Larry Gelok vs. Ursinus, 2015

fumble recoveries C 8 Matt Rathbun, 2005-08 7 Beau Sherry, 1999-02 S 4 Matt Rathbun, 2007 and 2006 4 four others G 2 seven times, most recent: Kevin Ciccarello vs. Salisbury, 2007 Sam Beidleman vs. Lebanon Valley, 1962

Top Performances

• RECEIVING 75 RECEPTIONS IN A CAREER Player Joshua Carter Rob Lokerson Phil Cresta John Sartori Kenyamo McFarlane Michael Long Cody Geyer Nick Lamb Ryan Delaney Jeff Andrews Carl Evans Bob Mann Tony Concordia Kodi Shay Chuck Draper Isaiah Vaughn Matt Bernardo Stephen Montalto Bill Van Dyke Matt Johnson Ted Dick Henry Large Charlie Woginrich Kevin Cannon Tom Neumann

Years 1998-01 1991-94 2006-09 1976-79 1996-99 2011-14 2011-14 2014-15 2013-15 1982-85 1968-71 1984-87 1985-88 2000-03 1996-99 2009-12 2000-03 2003-06 1992-95 2004-07 1967-70 1987-89 1962-65 1995-98 1982-85

Rec Yds 169 2,733 169 2,678 161 2,631 152 2,486 137 2,484 135 1,518 120 1,923 118 1,497 114 1,105 108 1,774 106 2,022 105 1,655 102 1,470 100 1,852 95 1,269 93 1,650 88 870 86 1,040 82 946 79 1,059 79 874 77 725 76 1,083 76 938 75 1,312

Avg TD 16.2 33 15.8 13 16.3 17 16.4 25 18.1 23 11.2 16 16.0 12 12.7 14 9.7 10 16.4 4 19.1 24 15.8 13 14.4 15 18.5 17 13.4 6 17.7 13 9.9 7 12.1 5 11.5 6 13.4 7 11.1 6 9.4 11 14.3 8 12.3 4 17.5 10

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40 RECEPTIONS IN A SEASON Player Rob Lokerson Nick Lamb Phil Cresta Kevin Cannon Ryan Delaney Cody Geyer Michael Long Cody Geyer Joshua Carter Phil Cresta Matt Johnson Kodi Shay Kenyamo McFarlane Rob Lokerson John Sartori Michael Long Kodi Shay Joshua Carter Kenyamo McFarlane Charlie Woginrich Phil Cresta Ron DiDio Kyle Douglass Isaiah Vaughn Isaiah Vaughn Joshua Carter Jeff Andrews

C S G

266 Joe Allwein, 1970-73 (14 interceptions) 242 Charles Smith, 1975-78 (13 interceptions) 165 Tim Vogel, 2012 (4 interceptions) 164 Matt Rathbun, 2008 (4 interceptions) 121 Cameron Ahouse vs. J. Hopkins, 2006 (2 int.) 98 Bill Ray vs. Ursinus, 1975 (1 interception)

C S G

4 Lynn Rothrock, 1962-64 2 several players 2 Kyle Wilczynski, 2015 2 John McCusker, 1977; Russ Strait, 1947 2 Lynn Rothrock, 1964 and 1963 1 most recent: Kyle Wilczynski vs. Gettysburg, 2015

longest interception return 98 yards 96 yards 95 yards 95 yards 91 yards

Bill Ray vs. Ursinus, 1975 Henry Gutekunst vs. Albright, 1936 Cameron Ahouse vs. Johns Hopkins, 2006 Tom Gorman vs. Ursinus, 1988 Tim Vogel vs. Dickinson, 2012

10 RECEPTIONS IN A GAME

longest fumble return 75 yards

17 Mike Pagan, 1987-90 (168 yards) 16 Mike Burke, 1997-2000 (152 yards) 9 Mike Burke, 2000 (111 yards) 9 Pete Gorgone, 1942 5 Pete Gorgone vs. Dickinson, 1942 4 Erik Hammar vs. Hartwick, 2001 (27 yards)

touchdowns

pass breakups C S G

C S G

yards

sacks

C S G

Nick Borrell vs. Lehigh, 1927

interceptions

tackles for loss (not including sacks) C S G

10 Dan Terpstra, 1993-96 7 Kenyamo McFarlane, 1996-99 6 Dan Terpstra, 1994 4 Michael Della Pella, 2003 2 Michael Long vs. Gettysburg, 2011 2 Dan McCall vs. Dickinson, 2005 2 Dan Terpstra vs. Swarthmore, 1994

longest blocked punt return

solo tackles

yards

C S

C S G

total tackles

169 Joshua Carter, 1998-01 (2,733 yards) 169 Rob Lokerson, 1991-94 (2,678 yards) 76 Rob Lokerson, 1993 (1,275 yards) 71 Nick Lamb, 2015 (979 yards) 15 Rob Lokerson vs. Ursinus, 1993 (235 yards) 14 Nick Lamb vs. Juniata, 2015 (212 yards)

receptions per game C S

blocked kicks

defense (since 1981)

Year Rec Yds Avg TD 1993 76 1,275 16.8 6 2015 71 979 13.8 8 2009 62 911 14.7 3 1997 62 780 12.6 2 2015 61 569 9.3 6 2014 60 817 13.6 2 2014 60 700 11.7 10 2013 60 1,106 18.4 10 2000 60 1,041 17.4 14 2008 56 981 17.5 9 2007 54 837 15.5 6 2003 52 1,025 19.7 11 1999 51 886 17.4 11 1994 50 741 14.8 2 1979 48 698 14.5 4 2013 47 525 11.2 4 2002 46 810 17.6 6 1999 45 698 15.5 9 1998 44 762 17.3 9 1965 44 634 14.4 5 2007 43 739 17.2 5 1980 43 732 17.0 6 2005 42 608 14.5 7 2010 42 567 13.5 5 2012 41 863 21.0 6 2001 41 603 14.7 7 1985 40 565 14.1 2

Player Rob Lokerson Nick Lamb Rob Lokerson Kevin Cannon Phil Cresta Kevin Cannon Nick Lamb Nick Lamb Ryan Delaney Michael Long Cody Geyer Joshua Carter Ron DiDio Joshua Carter Joshua Carter Rob Lokerson Michael Long Nick Lamb Kevin Cannon Joshua Carter Rob Lokerson Ron DiDio Cody Geyer Joshua Carter

Year 1993 2015 1993 1997 2009 1997 2015 2015 2015 2014 2014 2000 1980 1999 2000 1993 2013 2014 1997 2001 1993 1981 2013 2001

Opponent Ursinus Juniata Swarthmore Gettysburg Ursinus Carnegie Mellon Stevenson Gettysburg Johns Hopkins Widener Moravian Hartwick Johns Hopkins Ursinus Johns Hopkins Gettysburg Juniata Ursinus Johns Hopkins King’s F&M F&M Moravian Hartwick

Rec 15 14 13 13 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Yds TD 235 3 212 1 219 1 148 0 196 0 110 1 172 1 138 3 124 1 159 2 101 0 198 2 162 2 145 1 140 1 131 0 114 0 102 2 179 1 163 0 153 0 146 2 138 2 76 1

80 YARDS ON A RECEPTION Receiver/Quarterback I. Vaughn/D. Deighan G. Reed/J. Skidmore D. Lowe/R. Houseknecht D. Binder/S. Opp E. Snyder/E.Santagato T. Nivison/D. Sommerville R. Boll/M. Reid W. Staehle/M. Reid D. Deighan/J. Carlucci T. Concordia/C. Giordano C. Woginrich/T. Haney

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Year Opponent Yds 2011 F&M 95 TD 1951 Albright 90 TD 1961 Kings Point 89 TD 1963 Lycoming 88 TD 2007 Johns Hopkins 86 TD 1977 Moravian 82 TD 1973 Delaware Valley 82 TD 1975 Western Maryland 81 TD 2011 Juniata 80 TD 1985 Gettysburg 80 TD 1962 F&M 80 TD


Team Records

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Game

Season*

total offense Most plays..........................................97 vs. Juniata, 2013...................................................838 in 2015 (862) Fewest plays.......................................38 vs. Lebanon Valley, 1963...................................453 in 1956 Most yards gained............................690 vs. Albright, 1946............................................4,825 in 2014 Fewest yards gained........................33 vs. Susquehanna, 1990.....................................1,336 in 1956 Highest average per play................13.77 vs. Swarthmore, 1947 (43-592)...................7.19 in 1947 Most yards, both teams..................1,134 vs. Gettysburg, 1997 (M587, G547) ..........N/A Most plays by opponent.................99 by Wilkes, 1965...................................................777 in 1995 (801) Fewest plays by opponent.............36 by Upsala, 1947...................................................387 in 1955 Most yards allowed..........................715 vs. Lycoming, 1965............................................3,944 in 1994 Fewest yards allowed......................59 vs. Franklin & Marshall, 2000 ........................1,134 in 1947 Lowest per play allowed.................N/A...............................................................................2.44 in 1947

scoring Most points scored...........................85 vs. Bloomsburg, 1916........................................421 in 2014 (429) Fewest points scored.......................0, most recent vs. Susquehanna, 2012..............24 in 1928 Most points in a quarter.................34 vs. Swarthmore, 1968 (second)......................N/A Most points, both teams................90 vs. F&M, 2002 (M 68, F&M 22) ....................N/A Fewest points, both teams............0, most recent vs. Swarthmore, 1979.................N/A Most points allowed........................70 vs. Albright, 1936................................................335 in 1994 Fewest points allowed....................0, most recent vs. McDaniel, 2015 ................25 in 1916 Most touchdowns scored...............12 vs. Bloomsburg, 1916.........................................56 in 1947 Most field goals made.....................4 three times.............................................................16 in 2002 Most field goals attempted...........5 vs. Franklin & Marshall, 1984.............................20 in 1984 (21) Most PATs made................................10 vs. Bloomsburg, 1916.........................................52 in 2014 Most PATs attempted......................12 vs. Bloomsburg, 1916.........................................56 in 1947 Most 2-point conv. made...............3 vs. Swarthmore, 1967; ........................................9 in 1963   vs. Lebanon Valley, 1964 Most 2-point conv. attempted.....6 vs. Ursinus, 1968...................................................21 in 1963 Most safeties......................................2 vs. Swarthmore, 1983..........................................3 in 1951

rushing Most rushes........................................71 vs. Johns Hopkins, 1970.....................................534 in 1948 (573) Fewest rushes....................................16 vs. Moravian, 1972..............................................257 in 1965 Most yards gained............................568 vs. Albright, 1946.............................................2,296 in 1948 Fewest yards gained........................-64 vs. Franklin & Marshall, 1972.........................459 in 1972 Highest average per rush...............10.5 vs. Swarthmore, 1947 (30 for 317)...............6.2 in 1947 Most touchdowns.............................8 vs. Franklin & Marshall, 1947.............................32 in 2001 and 1947 Most rushes by opponent..............90 by Wilkes, 1965...................................................558 in 1965 Fewest rushes by opponent..........14 by Upsala, 1947....................................................285 in 1955 Most yards allowed..........................482 vs. Franklin & Marshall, 1965........................2,728 in 1965 Fewest yards allowed......................-44 vs. Upsala, 1947.................................................372 in 1947 Lowest per rush allowed.................N/A...............................................................................1.3 in 1947 Most touchdowns allowed.............8 vs. Bucknell, 1951..................................................26 in 1994 Fewest touchdowns allowed.........0, many times...........................................................3 in 1947

passing Most attempts...................................59 vs. Swarthmore, 1993........................................390 in 1993 (402) Fewest attempts...............................3 vs. F&M, 1958; vs. Lafayette, 1955...................N/A Most yards gained............................471 vs. Dickinson, 1999 ..........................................3,027 in 1999 (3,120) Most completions.............................36 vs. Widener, 2014 ..............................................275 in 2014 Fewest completions.........................0, most recent vs. Lafayette, 1955.......................N/A Most yards per completion............N/A...............................................................................21.3 in 1947 Most yards per attempt..................N/A...............................................................................10.4 in 1947 Highest percent completed............871 vs. Moravian, 2014 (27 for 31)........................684 in 2014 Most passes had intercepted........6 vs. Moravian, 2001; vs. Western ....................24 in 1985 and 1994   Maryland, 1991; vs. Widener, 1972 Most touchdowns.............................6 vs. McDaniel, 2015................................................29 in 1999 Most attempts by opponent.........64 by Western Maryland, 1995............................409 in 2014 Fewest attempts by opponent.....1 by Lebanon Valley, 1966; by King’s, 1962 Most yards allowed..........................494 vs. Susquehanna, 1987...................................2,252 in 2014 Most completions allowed.............35 vs. Juniata, 2014 .................................................227 in 2014 Fewest completions allowed.........0, most recent vs. Ursinus, 1965..........................N/A Lowest pct. comp. allowed.............N/A................................................................................344 in 1951 Most touchdowns allowed.............6 vs. Susquehanna, 1987........................................19 in 2014 Fewest touchdowns allowed.........0, many times...........................................................3 in 1983

* all single-season “fewest” categories are for a minimum eight-game season numbers in parentheses are records set in seasons of more than 10 games; per-game average does not exceed that of previous record

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Game

Season*

punt returns Most returns......................................9 vs. Dickinson, 1984...............................................47 in 1984 Most yards..........................................154 vs. Franklin & Marshall, 2001 .......................560 in 2001 Highest average per return...........N/A...............................................................................16.5 in 2013 Most touchdowns.............................2 vs. Moravian, 1946 (both on blocks)...............2 in 2014, 2012, 2002, 1999 and 1946 Most punts blocked.........................2 vs. F&M, 2014; Dickinson, 2005; ....................5 in 1973 and 1962   vs. Johns Hopkins, 1976;   vs. Moravian, 1962 and 1946

kickoff returns Most returns......................................10 vs. Gettysburg, 1994..........................................54 in 1994 Most yards..........................................231 vs. Franklin & Marshall, 1975.........................1,119 in 1999 Highest average per return...........N/A...............................................................................28.7 in 1999 Most touchdowns.............................1, many times............................................................3 in 1999 and 1974

turnovers Most turnovers..................................8, most recent vs. Gettysburg, 1990..................40 in 1990 Fewest turnovers..............................0, most recent vs. Moravian, 2015 ...............10 in 2007 Most turnovers forced....................8, most recent vs. Ursinus, 1971...........................38 in 1986 and 1947  (45) Best turnover margin......................N/A...............................................................................+28 in 2002 Worst turnover margin...................N/A...............................................................................-20 in 1996

interceptions Most interceptions...........................7 vs. Hartwick, 2000; .............................................29 in 1947   vs. Lebanon Valley, 1981 Most yards..........................................153 vs. Lycoming, 1963............................................447 in 1947 Highest average per return...........N/A...............................................................................26.5 in 1963 Most touchdowns.............................2 vs. Moravian, 1962................................................4 in 1947

fumbles Most fumbles.....................................10 vs. Franklin & Marshall, 1953...........................41 in 1984 Fewest fumbles.................................N/A...............................................................................10 in 2013 and 1999 Most fumbles lost.............................6 vs. Delaware, 1947................................................27 in 1984 Fewest fumbles lost.........................N/A...............................................................................2 in 1999 Most fumbles by opponent...........9 by Widener, 1982..................................................41 in 1986 Most fumbles recovered.................6 vs. Franklin & Marshall, 1956............................23 in 1972

punts Most punts.........................................13 vs. Franklin & Marshall, 1992...........................108 in 1931 Fewest punts.....................................N/A...............................................................................36 in 1960 Highest average per punt..............45.6 vs. Swarthmore, 1978 (5 for 228)................39.4 in 1985

first downs s Most first downs...............................35 vs. Juniata, 2007; ...............................................269 in 2014  vs. Gettysburg, 1997 Fewest first downs...........................2 vs. Johns Hopkins, 2006.....................................81 in 1972 Most first downs allowed...............31 vs. Gettysburg, 1994..........................................201 in 1994 Fewest first downs allowed...........2 vs. Lebanon Valley, 1969.....................................57 in 1947 penalties Most penalties...................................15 vs. Western Maryland, 1998............................84 in 1986 Fewest penalties...............................0, most recent vs. Johns Hopkins, 1998.............23 in 1965 Most yards penalized.......................160 vs. Johns Hopkins, 1980.................................758 in 1998 Fewest yards penalized...................0, most recent vs. Johns Hopkins, 1998.............206 in 1965

miscellaneous All-time record............................................... 512-502-41 (.505) Winning-losing-.500 seasons................... 56-49-9 Most consecutive winning seasons......... 7 from 1983 to 1989 Most consecutive losing seasons............. 8 from 1990 to 1997 Most wins in a season................................. 11 in 2007 Fewest wins in a season.............................. 0 in 1995, 1945 and 1902 Most losses in a season............................... 10 in 1943 Fewest losses in a season........................... 1 in 2007, 1980, 1973, 1947, 1946 and 1917 Most ties in a season................................... 2 in 1975, 1932, 1917, 1914, 1909, 1905 and 1902 Longest winning streak............................... 12 from 2006 to 2007 Longest losing streak................................... 11 from 1943 to 1944 Longest home winning streak................... 17 from 1910 to 1914 Longest road winning streak..................... 8 from 2013 to 2014 Most shutouts in a season......................... 7 in 1924 Most consecutive shutouts....................... 4 from 1924 to 1925, and 1917 to 1918 Most times shut out in a season.............. 5 in 1931, 1928, 1920, 1914, and 1902 Most consecutive games shut out.......... 4 in 1902 Most consecutive games without   being shut out........................................... 116 from 1998 to 2008 Longest game................................................ 2OT vs. Juniata, 2015

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All-Time Letterwinners A John M. Aberly, 1908-09 Adam S. Abramowitz, 2003-04 Eric Abrams, 1986 Paul D. Accad, 1977-78 Mark W. Accomando, 2008-09-10 Jesse C. Achenbach, 1968-69-70 Anthony Acquafredda, 2005-06 Justin J. Adair, 2002-03-04-05 Cameron T. Ahouse, 2006-07-08-09 William R. Aitken, 1967 Daniel R. Aitkens, 2007 Marc A. Albanese, 1978-79 John E. Albert, 1905-06-07-08 Robert G. Alencewicz, 1977-78-79-80 Jacob Alexy, 1927-28-29 John M. Allen, 2007-08-09-10 Marcus A. Allen, 2012 Russell T. Allen, 1949-51 Robert X. Allman, 1982-83-84 Joseph P. Allwein, 1970-71-72-73 Jerry E. Alspach, 1986-87 Tarik J. Ammour, 2005 Greg R. Anderson, 1990 Harold C. Anderson, 1917-18-19-20 Toomey K. Anderson, 2002 Wilfred W. Anderson, 1926 Edwin E. Andrews, 1975-76-77-78 Jeffrey M. Andrews, 1982-83-84-85 James Aniello, 1986-87-88 Anthony Annecchiarico, 1941-42 Stephen R. Anteau, 1965-66 Charles F. Antell, 1986-87 Greg B. Arcuri, 1997-98 Scott R. Armitage, 1985 Kenneth C. Arndt, 1963 Peter P. Ascione, 1951-52-53-54 Richard A. Ashner, 1979-80 Abe Aslanides, 1947-48-49 Matthew T. Aspinwall, 2014-15 Frank A. Auletta, 1991 Bryan J. Auvil, 2012-13-14-15 Sisto J. Averno, 1946-47-48-49 Daniel F. Ayres, 1968-69-70

B

45

Fred J. Berman, 1948-49-50

Clifford E. Brewer, 1921

Eugene P. Christian, 1973-74-75-76

Matthew M. Bernardo, 2000-01-02-03

A.D. Bright, 1920

Ronald X. Christian, 2014-15

J. Howard Berry, 1913

Andrew G. Brilakis, 1988

Joseph A. Christman, 1991-92-93-94

T. Lee Berry, 1964-65-66

Anthony G. Briscella, 2001-02-03

Frank A. Churchman, 1964-65-66-67

Robert J. Bertram, 1952

William J. Britt, 2013-14-15

Kevin V. Ciccarello, 2004-05-06-07

Christopher Betz, 1970

Peter J. Broas, 1982-83-84

Brent F. Clabaugh, 2003

Gregg R. Bevan, 1993-94-95-96

David J. Brooks, 1976

Russell Clark, 1922-23-24

Jerome A. Beverly, 2004

Bruce D. Brown, 1951

Brent D. Clemens, 1990-92

Charles V. Beyer, 1971-72-73-74

Christopher A. Brown, 1999-00-01-02

Donald C. Clemons, 1974-75-76

Michael J. Bialko, 2007-08

David J. Brown, 1961-62-63-64

Matthew S. Clifford, 1991

George J. Bibighaus, 1942-46

Grant Brown, 1934-35-36

Paul Clymer, 1924-25-26

Michael A. Biechy, 1995

James W. Brown, 1987-88-89

Paul I. Clymer, 1958

Todd C. Bielen, 1997-98-99

George G. Brubaker, 1915

Robert J. Clymer, 1962-63

Daniel P. Bierals, 1987-88-89-90

James J. Brudny, 1976-77-78-79

John R. Cobb, 1971-72-73-74

Mark C. Bigelli, 2007-08-10

William M. Brundzo, 1938

Kenneth J. Cobb, 2009-10-11

William G. Bilinkas, 1969-70-71-72

Leland F. Brunner, 1915

James A. Cohen, 1989-90-91

John G. Bilinski, 1977-78-79-80

Gerald R. Brunst, 1982-83

James P. Colagreco, 1951

Tom Billett, 1980

John F. Bucsek, 1979-80

Richard W. Colello, 1997

Paul G. Billy, 1953-54-55-56

John W. Budd, 1962-65

Charles Coleman, 1908-09-10

David A. Binder, 1961-62-63-64

Jonathan M. Buglione, 1999-00-01-02

Fred L. Coleman, 1905-06-07

Martin W. Binder, 1947-48

Matthew J. Buist, 1993-94-95

Nicholas R. Colson, 2006

Ronald Binn, 1985

Eugene N. Burchfield, 1945

Anthony M. Concordia, 1985-86-87-88

Richard R. Biolsi, 1962-63-64

Charles Burin, 1937-38-39

Brian C. Condron, 1997-98-99

M. Garrett Bisbing, 2009-10-11-12

John J. Burke, 1995-96

Francis J. Conlin, 1973

Mark A. Bisbing, 1980-81-82-83

Michael J. Burke, 1997-98-99-00

Brendan J. Connolly, 2013-14

Robert C. Bishop, 1986-87

Val Burkhauser, 1935

James E. Conroy, 1969-70-71-72

John R. Bisset, 1940-41

Terrence P. Burns, 1981-82

Richard J. Conte, 1990-91

Jason L. Bittiger, 1995-96-98

J.H. Burtner, 1927

Joseph R. Contessa, 2006-07-08-09

Warren E. Bittner, 1905

Robert A. Bushong, 2008-09-10

James G. Conway, 1922-23-24

Jacob W. Bittner, 1905-06

Eric L. Butler, 1972-73-74-75

Henry R. Coons, 1973-74

George W. Bixler, 1909-10-11-12

Allen W. Butz, 1905-06-07-08

James W. Cooper, 2010

Edward J. Black, 1923-24

Robert A. Butz, 1958-59-60

Matthew W. Cooper, 2003-04

James L. Black, 1943

John P. Buza, 1978

Thomas J. Cooper, 1970

Daniel M. Blackburn, 1911

P. Roger Byer, 1964-65-66

Amir E. Blair, 2015 Jack Blair, 1935 Gene S. Blanco, 2012-13-14 Richard J. Blank, 1982-83-84-85 John E. Blankenhagen, 2000-01-02 Marco A. Blasco, 2015 John W. Blend, 1965-66-67 George Bleus, 1990-91 M. Milton Bloom, 1933-35-36 William R. Bloom, 1932-34 Kenneth P. Blum, 1988-89-90 Peter Bobita, 1952

Michael L. Baggett, 1996

Brian E. Bodine, 1977-78-79-80

Michael W. Bailey, 1981-82-83

Michael J. Bodnyk, 1971

James H. Baker, 1963

David G. Boelker, 1997-98

Richard J. Baker, 1988-89-90

Michael Bogdziewicz, 1946-47-48-49

Scott A. Baker, 1990

Richard A. Bogue, 1945

Michael J. Baraldi, 1987-88-89

Dean J. Bohs, 1950-51

Fred Baram, 1991

Craig W. Bokus, 1993

Michael R. Baran, 1974

Matthew J. Boland, 2006-07-08-09

David Barbieri, 1941

John M.R. Bolger, 2012-14

Michael R. Barclay, 1990

Randy D. Boll, 1971-72-73-74

Andrew S. Bargerstock, 1969-70

Myles L. Bolling, 2002-03

Charles T. Bargerstock, 1964-65-66-67

Andrew T. Bollman, 1981-82

William J. Barker, 1946

Giuseppe M. Bonaddio, 2015

Ronald A. Barlok, 1960-61-62

Hugh T. Bond, 1917

James J. Barski, 1997-98-99-00

William Boone, 1932

Evan Bartleson, 1935

J. Ralph Borneman, 1957-58-59

Scott R. Barton, 2010-11

Frank E. Borrell, 1927-28-29

Anthony M. Bassolino, 2014

Nicholas Borrell, 1924-25-26-27

Harry G. Batalin, 1929-30

Paul N. Borrell, 1967-68-69-70

Kareton L. Batt, 1950

John L. Borst, 1964

Mark A. Bausch, 1916

Samuel B. Bortel, 1931

Kevin D. Beaurline, 1991

Aaron Bossard, 2012-13-14

Daniel I. Beck, 1993-94

James H.S. Bossard, 1907-08

Andrew E. Becker, 1986-87-88-89

Edward Bossick, 1940-41-42

Harry J. Becker, 1941

J. Patrick Boyle, 1995-96-97-98

Robert E. Becker, 1947

Jason Q. Brader, 1997-98

David C. Beckett, 1965

Steven M. Brady, 1994-95-96-97

William F. Bedenk, 1914

Gary L. Brandt, 1974-75-76

Prentice R. Beers, 1946-47

William E. Brandt, 1909-10

Paul G. Beely, 1953

Drew A. Brantner, 2010

Samuel T. Beidleman, 1960-61-62

Joseph F. Brazel, 1992

Warren M. Beidler, 1906

Keith B. Brechbill, 1991-92

Harold W. Bell, 1946-47

H. Leon Breidenbach, 1905-06

Codie D. Bender, 2007-08-09

Lawrence R. Breiner, 1979-80-81-82

Raymond F. Beneke, 1980-81-82-83

Frank Brennan, 1910

Gordon J. Bennett, 1965-66-67

Thomas J. Brennan, 1913-14-15

Mark J. Bennett, 2003-04-05

David M. Brenner, 1981-82

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Samuel Cooperman, 1930-31-32 Scott L. Cooperman, 1982-83-84

C

William C. Cooperman, 1960

Thomas J. Cabelus, 1916-17

Charles F. Copley, 1912-13

A. Clifton Cage, 1962

James P. Corbett, 2006-07-08

James P. Calagreco, 1952

William L. Corbin, 2001-03-04-05

Robert J. Calder, 1994

Frank B. Corboy, 1914

John J. Caliso, 2002 Edward R. Callahan, 1958-59-60 Stephen D. Callahan, 1991

Richard Cornish, 1955 Donald L. Cornman, 1951 Douglas E. Cornwell, 1971-72

Patrick A. Calves, 2006-07

Robert J. Corr, 1978-79-80

Ernie A. Campusano, 1997

Steven T. Correale, 1971-72-73-74

Christopher R. Cannell, 1997

Nathaniel Corvil, 2015

Kevin M. Cannon, 1997-98

Thomas W. Cosgriff, 2015

M. Bradford Cannon, 1998 Anthony B. Capobianco, 1963-64-65-66 Matthew J. Capogrosso, 1996

Thomas M. Coughlin, 1955 Kyle M. Coupe, 2010 Daniel C. Coyle, 1939

Anthony F. Caporale, 1957 Joseph M. Caporoso, 2006-07-08 Trevor J. Cardo, 2012-14

Charles Craig, 1945 Travis D. Crawford, 2015 Charles P. Cressman, 1934

Michael F. Carey, 1976

Michael D. Cressman, 1971-72-73

Arthur D. Carleton, 1917-19

Phillip T. Cresta, 2006-07-08-09

Joseph Carlucci, 2011-12-13

George F. Crichton, 1916

Nino J. Carnevale, 1956-58 Stephen G. Carnevale, 1981-82 Stanley F. Carney, 1929-30-31 Joseph M. Carr, 2004-05

Kory A. Crichton, 2011-12-13 Jack W. Crider, 1946-47-48-49 Lou S. Crivelli, 1993 Thomas P. Crockett, 1969-70-71

Jerome P. Carroll, 1952

William F. Cronin, 1983-84

Timothy Carroll, 1983

Brian J. Croom, 1992-93-94

Charles N. Carter, 1931-32 Joshua L. Carter, 1998-99-00-01 Nicholas Carter, 1933

David K. Crossan, 1984-85-86-87 James M. Crowley, 2004-05 Joseph G. Crowley, 1919-20

William E. Carter, 1917

J. Birney Crum, 1921-22

William J. Carty, 1956-57 William L. Caskey, 1913-14-15-16 Richard S. Cassels, 1951

Douglas J. Cubberley, 1992-93-94-95 Timothy C. Cumming, 2012 Andrew J. Curley, 2008-09-11

Lyle H. Cate, 1917 E. Tyler Cathey, 1998-99-01-02

John Curturilo, 1945

D

Wayne H. Caton, 1985-86-87-89 Dominick Ceccio, 1985

Ward M. Dahlander, 1950-51

Ben Celian, 1942-43

J. Luke D’Alessandro, 2011

Kevin W. Cellary, 2012-13-14

Andrew J. Daley, 1916

Maximilian Cepeda, 2014-15

Terrence Dandridge, 2009-10-11-12

Tyler J. Cerbo, 2012-13-14

Jack L. Danerhirsh, 1927-28-29

Thomas A. Cesare, 1981-82

Jeffrey Dangelmajer, 1980-81

William Chapman, 1926-27-28

John D. D’Angelo, 1992-93-94-95

Johnathan P. Charles, 2012-13

Michael Daniel, 2012

Curtis G. Cheatham, 1983

Fletcher Daniels, 1921

Antonio G. Checchia, 2011

Charles J. Daros, 1943

Timothy J. Chiarolanza, 2007-08

Trevor M. Darrell, 1994

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All-Time Letterwinners

46 D Darnell J. Davis, 2011-12-13 Richard H. Dawe, 1936-38 D. Franklin Day, 1913-14 Irving R. Dean, 1946-47-48 John H. Dean, 1975-76-77

William J. Dumchus, 1974-75-76-77

Stephen R. Folger, 1972

William Greenberg, 1925-26-28-29

Walter J. Duncavage, 1943

Robert L. Folts, 1991

Robert S. Greene, 1980-81

Thomas R. Dunkel, 1968-71

Devlin H. Formey, 2013-14-15

Gerard A. Grimes, 2015

Jason E. Dunn, 1994

Casey J. Fosbenner, 2015

M. Randolph Grimmett, 1922-23

John J. Dunne, 1972-73-74-75

George H. Fosdick, 1994-95-96-97

Frank E. Gripp, 1994-95-96-97

Raymond E. Dymond, 1960

George Foster, 1950

Walter E. Groff, 1912

David J. Frank, 1991-92-94

William J. Groller, 1980-83

Martin P. Frankenfield, 1967-68-69-70

William G. Gross, 1989

James P. Franklin, 1938-39

Harold B. Groves, 1922-23-24-25

George W. Frazier, 1926-28

Jordon G. Grube, 2004-05-06-07

Donald R. Freda, 1989-90

John H. Gruver, 2010-11-12

Kyle A. Freda, 2001-02-03

John B. Guilfoyle, 2002

Paul F. Freed, 1922-25

Matthew T. Gursky, 1992-93

Arthur H. Freitag, 1917-18-19-20

Henry J. Gutekunst, 1935-36-37

Alton W. Frey, 1954

Francis R. Gutierrez, 1953-54-55-56

Brian C. Frisch, 2006-07

Richard E. Gysberts, 1962-64

E

Brian A. DeBiasse, 1976-77 Ronald D. DeBiasse, 1997-98-99-00 Robert J. DeChiaro, 2005 Elmer F. Deibert, 1909 Daniel B. Deighan, 2009-10-11-12 John A. Deitrich, 1933-34 William Deitrich, 1932 Wilson W. Deitrich, 1936-38 Milton B. Deitz, 1946-48-49-50 Gregory J. DeLade, 2011-12-13-14 Ryan P. Delaney, 2013-14-15 Michael J. Della Pella, 2001-02-03-04 George E. Delozier, 1916 John W. DeLuca, 2005-06-07-08 Damon J. DeLucca, 1988-89-90-91 Christopher DeLuna, 1998-99 Bernard Demoling, 1921 Kristoffer T. Denboske, 2005-06-07 Mike S. DePiero, 2000 James M. DePreta, 1997-98-99-00 Edward A. DeRisi, 2006-07-08 Louis DeRosa, 1937-38-39 Richard D. Derstine, 1951 Keelan L. Deshields, 1995-96-97-98 Ralph J. DeStefano, 1952-53 James F. Detling, 1913-14 Kyle B. Detweiler, 2007-08-09 Paul A. Devereux, 1915 Thomas J. DeVirgilis, 1990-91-92 Thomas V. DeVito, 2012-13 James F. Devlin, 1943 Thomas M. DiCarlo, 2011-12-13-14 Raphael J. DiCello, 1952-53 Kenneth W. Dick, 1968-69-70-71 Theodore Dick, 1967-68-69-70 Edgar G. Dickert, 1924-25-26-27 James E. Dickinson, 1986-87-88-89 Michael D. Dickinson, 1998-99-00 Ronald J. DiDio, 1979-80-81 Andrew K. Diefenderfer, 1939 Gerald K. Dieter, 1980 George F. DiFiore, 2015 Greg T. DiGiacomo, 1996 Nicholas J. DiGiorgio, 1988-89-90 Steven P. DiGregorio, 1979-80-81-82 Robert E. Dikon, 1948-49-50 G. Michael Dikun, 1970-71-72-73 Thomas M. Dillon, 1971-72-73-74 Derek T. DiMattina, 2003-04-05-06 Christopher J. Dinallo, 1990-91-92-93 Joseph D. DiPanni, 1966-67-68-69 Jeff R. Dipple, 2000-01-02 Eric C. Disbrow, 1963-64-65 Edward F. DiYanni, 1968-69-70-71 Thomas A. Doddy, 1979-80-81-82 Steven D. Doll, 1999-00-01-02 Peter W. Dolly, 1950 Dylan R. Domenick, 2010 Benjamin F. Donahue, 1945 B.C. Donalson, 1924 John Donley, 1986 John E. Donmoyer, 1960-61 Douglas A. Donovan, 1990-91-92-93 Willard A. Dorang, 1923 Larence J. Dottor, 1951-52-53 Charles Dougherty, 1987-88 Albert I. Douglass, 1964-65-66 Kyle E. Douglass, 2003-05 Ronald G. Downs, 1964 Brandon P. Doyle, 2005-06-07-08 Charles W. Draper, 1997-98-99 Robert C. Druckenmiller, 1952 William S. Dudack, 1916 John E. Duff, 1945 Donald B. Dufford, 1970-71 Frank J. Duffy, 1951-52-53

Ralph C. Eagle, 1935-36-37 Thomas H. Easen, 1970-71-72 Edward J. Easterly, 1999 Warren S. Eberly, 1938-39 Warren Edelman, 1954-55 Kahlil E. Edley, 2015 Robert W. Edwards, 1976-77-78 David H. Ehlers, 1952 Charles R. Eisenhart, 1931 Fritz Eisenhard, 1942 Steven M. Eisenhauer, 1974 Omar A. Elam, 1943 Robert J. Elgin, 1971-72

Robert M. Fritz, 1990-91-92-93 Thomas C. Fritz, 1982-83

John R. Habeck, 1998

Max L. Fulcher, 1921-22

Brian W. Haber, 2007

G

Brian Ellis, 2012-13-14

H Jack J. Habash, 1993

Michael C. Frohm, 1980

William Hackett, 2004-05

Chris J. Elser, 1986-87-88

Paul Gable, 1985-86

Joel C. Haddock, 2006-07

Frank L. Emmett, 2006-07-08-09

Raymond M. Gahwyler, 1982-83-84-85

Arthur L. Hahn, 1960

George S. England, 1949-50

Gerald A. Galgano, 1976-77-78-79

Collins H. Haines, 1951-52-53

John C. Epps, 1972

Christopher P. Galletta, 2010-12

Robert Haldeman, 1942-43

Earl S. Erb, 1918

Daniel I. Galvin, 2014-15

Lance F. Hallam, 1990-91

Gregory E. Erdman, 1984-85

Daniel J. Gardner, 1980

Stephen J. Halupka, 2006-07-08

Albert Erdosy, 1935

Robert H. Gardner, 1943

Rami K. Hamdan, 2014-15

Carl A. Erickson, 1913

Phillip A. Gasker, 2003-04-05

Geoffrey W. Hamilton, 1968-69-70-71

James R. Ernest, 1970

G. Russell Gaston, 1914-15-16-17

Erik H. Hammar, 1999-00-01

Matthew R. Erney, 2003

Scott M. Gavin, 2007-08-09-10

Raymond F. Handel, 1984

Harry W. Esposito, 1979-80-82

Michael A. Gawel, 2004-06-07-08

Terry L. Haney, 1962-63-64

Keith J. Esposito, 1987-88-89

Herbert G. Gebert, 1918

Thomas P. Hanlon, 1976-77-78-79

Mark L. Esposito, 1976

Joseph Gebhard, 1921

Jack R. Hansen, 2014-15

Charles T. Evanosky, 1930-31-32

Marius J. Ged, 1993

Curt M. Hapward, 1988-89-90

Carl F. Evans, 1968-69-70-71

Newton W. Geiss, 1914

Michael P. Harakal, 1967-68-69-70

Joseph B. Evans, 1926-27-28

Kerry P. Geissinger, 1966-67

John Harayda, 1940-41

William J. Evans, 1968-69-70

Lawrence P. Gelok, 2013-14-15

John W. Harding, 1967-68

Frank E. Eye, 1943

Andrew S. George, 1989-90-91

Jerry J. Hargrove, 1952

Tyler J. George, 2011-12

Michael O. Harhay, 2004

Harvey F. Gerber, 1928-29-30

George T. Harper, 1952

Joseph M. Germano, 2007-08-09

Chris Harris, 1986

Charles G. Gernerd, 1929-30

Michael J. Harris, 2013-14-15

George M. Gernerd, 1930

Bruce A. Hartman, 1987

Alfred Geschel, 1934-35

Jason M. Hartman, 1997-98

Joseph E. Getz, 2000-01-02-03

Jonathan R. Hartman, 2006

Cody D. Geyer, 2013-14

R.W. Hartman, 1920

Christopher T. Giannini, 2004-05

Jacob E. Hartmann, 1921-22-23

Eric Q. Gilbert, 2009-10-11-12

Chris M. Hartzell, 2008-09-10-11

Charles A. Gills, 1961-62-63

Frederick S. Hass, 1964-65

Franklin E. Giltner, 1929-30-31

P. Mark Hastie, 1966-67-68-69

Ian R. Gimbar, 2011-12-13-14

Walter K. Hauser, 1908

Robert G. Gimble, 1952-53-55

David T. Hausladen, 2013-14

Christopher M. Giordano, 1984-85

Louis J. Hayes, 1913-14

Gordon L. Glass, 1970-71-72

Daniel C. Heck, 1945

Joseph A. Gmitter, 1998-99

Kenneth E. Hedden, 1972

Leon I. Godshall, 1931

Wayne W. Heffley, 1916

Charles R. Goetz, 1945

Stauffner Heffner, 1936-38

Steven J. Gogerty, 1976-77

James L. Heidecker, 1966-67

Michael D. Goldfarb, 1983-84-85-86

William J. Heller, 1960-62

Leon F. Gonzalez, 1968-69-70-71

Brian L. Hendershot, 2003-04

Dustin A. Good, 2004-05-06-07

Ken M. Hendricks, 1957

Lawrence S. Gooen, 1979

John J. Hennelly, 1994-95-97

Lester Gordon, 1925-26-27

Raymond Hennessy, 1982

Peter O. Gorgone, 1940-41-42

Pete Henninger, 1913

Andrew P. Gorman, 1991

Ronald M. Henry, 1964-65-66-67

Thomas A. Gorman, 1987-88-89-90

Donald F. Herman, 1955-56-57

Douglas R. Goss, 2014

B. Scott Hersh, 1982-83-84

George D. Gould, 1964

Frederick A. Heuer, 1912-13

William G. Graeber, 1943

Henry Heuer, 1916

Justin C. Graf, 1999

Werner R. Heydlauf, 1985-86-87-88

Daniel W. Graff, 1986-87

James M. Hickerson, 1996

Richard A. Graff, 1981-82-83

Robert F. Hieter, 1956-57-58

Nelson K. Graham, 1939

Gary L. Hiller, 1961-62-63

Richard F. Gramley, 1931-32-33

Michael R. Hiller, 1978-79-81

Donald L. Grammes, 1953-55

Arnold L. Hoberman, 1959-60

Maneth Gravell, 1953

John T. Hobby, 1983-84-85-86

Gary J. Greb, 1980-81-82

William H. Hochella, 1943

Louis T. Greco, 2009-10

Frank W. Hodgkinson, 1974-75-77

Arthur Green, 1935

Lee T. Hoffman, 1952-53-54

Raymond A. Green, 1919

Michael A. Hoffman, 1988-89-90

Albert Greenberg, 1931

Roy H. Hoffman, 1918

F Steven M. Faella, 1994-95 Thomas M. Fager, 1960 Robert J. Fahler, 1981-82 Gerald P. Fahy, 1975-77-78 Michael W. Fallon, 1916 Jonathan Falsetti, 2009 Brian L. Fanning, 1995-96 Christopher J. Farley, 1969 Edward F. Farrell, 1934-35-36 James T. Farrell, 1965-66-67-68 T. Mark Farrell, 1983-84-85 Steven Farris, 1933 A.C.H. Fasig, 1909 Corey A. Faul, 1975-76-77 Scott D. Faulkingham, 1993-94 Jason S. Fazio, 1991-92 John J. Feaster, 2013-14-15 Joseph J. Federico, 1956 Michael A. Federico, 1979-80 Philip J. Federico, 1974-75-76-77 Lawrence J. Feinstein, 1985-86-87-88 George Feldman, 1917-18-19-20 Michael J. Ferguson, 1984-85-86-87 Albert N. Ferraro, 1955 Michael P. Ferreira, 1999-01 Richard A. Ferrel, 1945 Martin D. Fetherolf, 1912-13 Richard L. Fetherolf, 1954 Michael G. Fidorack, 1945 Langhorne W. Fink, 1909 W. Jeffrey Finley, 1979-80-81 Timothy J. Finnegan, 1984-85-86-87 Kenneth J. Fiori, 1978-80-81 Michael A. Fiorillo, 2010-11 Brad A. Fischer, 1983-84-85-86 Paul G. Fischer, 1965-66-67 Gery M. Fisher, 1969-70-71 Joseph N.J. Fitzgerald, 1916 James R. Flexer, 1910-11-12-13 W. Jacob Floyd, 2007-08-09 Christopher J. Flynn, 2012-14 Doug A. Folger, 2000-01

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All-Time Letterwinners

47

Michael J. Hogan, 2013-14-15

Thomas J. Keenan, 1945

Jon W. Light, 1969-71-72-73

John B. McCusker, 1975-76-77

Joseph R. Hogh, 2012-13

William L. Keeny, 1953-54-55-56

Samuel F. (Pete) Light, 1968-69

Charles A. McCutcheon, 1955

Tyler E. Hojo, 1994

Joseph P. Kelleher, 1974-75-76-77

A. Doug LiGregni, 1976-77-78-79

J. Angus McDonald, 1983-84-85

Randal D. Holak, 2003

Thomas W. Kelleher, 2003-04-05

Stephen Liparini, 2009-10

John M. McDonald, 1952-53-54-55

Richard M. Holben, 1941-42-43

Douglas P. Kelley, 1982-83

Scott A. Lissner, 2007-08-09-10

Harry J. McDonough, 1938

Jared J. Holenda, 2007-08-10

Michael P. Kellum, 2008-09

Michael H. Litsky, 1982-83

Patrick J. McDonough, 2008-09-10-11

John C. Holenda, 2005-06-07

Charles J. Kelly, 1982

Christopher J. Litzenberger, 2010-11-12-13

Timothy J. McElhinney, 1988-89-90

John J. Holland, 1973-74-75

Michael R. Kelly, 1975-77

Robert D. Loeffler, 1967-68-69

James J. McElvaney III, 2006

Thomas F. Holland, 2012-13

Kamal S. Kendrick, 2015

Matthew E. Loesch, 2006

Kenyamo A. McFarlane, 1996-97-98-99

William H. Hollenbaugh, 1913-14-15

Thomas L. Kennedy, 1934-35-36

Robert M. Lokerson, 1991-92-93-94

James F. McGovern, 1915-16-17

George E. Holstrom, 1921-22-23

Michael J. Kern, 1994-95-96

Gustav W. Loll, 1943

Matthew J. McGowan, 2002-03-04

William Holtz, 1942

Paul F. Kerstetter, 1909

Jesse Long, 2011

William R. McGuinn, 1999-00

Jackson B. Hoover, 1945

Larry P. Kessler, 1950

Michael N. Long, 2011-12-13-14

John P. McGuinness, 1979

Henry Hopkins, 1926-27

Matthew E. Kiesendahl, 1992-93

Anthony J. Longo, 1961-62-63

Ryan J. McGuinness, 1984-85-86-87

William C. Horine, 1931-32

Frank C. Killian, 1943

Joseph Loperfido, 1983

Harry McKane, 1950

Thomas D. Horne, 1961-62-63-64

Bruce G. Kilroy, 1967-68-69-70

Christian B. Lopez, 2015

John K. McKee, 1936-38

W. Herbert Horner, 1926-27

Jack E. Kimble, 1928

Jason P. LoPipero, 2007-08-09-10

John F. McKeon, 1978-79

Christopher S. Horton, 1979-80-81-82

Andrew T. Kincaid, 2012-13-14-15

Earle G. Loser, 1911-12

Robert E. McKewen, 1961

Andrew M. Horun, 1985-87-88

Richard M. King, 1984-85-86-87

Paul Loser, 1912

Michael J. McLaughlin, 1965

Roland T. Houseknecht, 1959-60-61

Zachary A. Klein, 2011

Leland E. Lott, 1974-75-76

Jason J. McLean, 1996

Jack Houser, 1941

Trygve M. Kleppinger, 1968-69-72

William Loughridge, 1922

Keenan A. Mease, 2014

Michael R. Hovan, 2013-15

Robert F. Kline, 1910

Dean R. Lowe, 1961-62-63

Kevin M. Mei, 1982-83-84-85

William J. Howlett, 1994-95-96-97

Daniel L. Klinger, 2005-06

Richard S. Lubben, 1950

W. Russell Melick, 1917

Benjamin A. Hubbard, 1912-13-14-15

T. Albert Klotz, 1931-32-33

Michael A. Luby, 2014-15

Alexander Meller, 2014-15

Edwin R. Huddy, 1922

John H. Knapp, 1995-96-97-98

Benjamin J. Lucas, 1917

John F. Mender, 1989

Khiry T. Hughes, 2012-14-15

Samuel S. Koch, 2007-08

Richard D. Ludwick, 1957-61-62

Joseph J. Menegus, 1947-48-49

Timothy S. Hughes, 2006

George R. Koehler, 1933-34-35

Albert M. Lumpkin, 1945

Bruce P. Menzer, 1975

David Hungartner, 1951

Alfred J. Kohler, 1909

Matthew B. Lunn, 1994-95-96-97

Gregg P. Mercogliano, 2011

William H. Hunsicker, 1935-36-37

William Kolano, 1978-79-80

Kevin T. Lusardi, 1976-77

Alfredo B. Mercuri, 1999-00-01-02

Justin E. Hurlburt, 2000-01-02

Arthur Kopacz, 1983-84-85-86

Christopher F. Lutz, 1985-86-87

John T. Merklinger, 2009-10-11-12

Lionel O. Hush, 1993-94-95-96

Edward J. Kopp, 1997-98

Robert F. Lyman, 1943

Robert Merle, 1980-81-82-83

Kevin J. Hussey, 2006-07-08-09

Herbert P. Korenko, 1936-37-38

Michael P. Hyde, 1981

Michael T. Koth, 2001-02

Eric F. Hyman, 1981

Michael J. Kovalski, 1986-87

I Frank P. Ifkovits, 1960 William S. Ingold, 1950-53 Albert N. Inman, 1937-39 George W. Irwin, 1945

Glenn S. Kratzer, 1966-67-68-69 Paul H. Krauss, 1910-11 Justin W. Kreamer, 2009 John M. Kreger, 1978-79-80 Steven L. Kreider, 2001-02 F. Harry Kreutzberg, 1949-53-54

J Jason P. Jack, 1994 William D. Jackson, 1977 William E. Jackson, 1948-49-50 Stephen G. Jacobs, 1926-27-28 Frank Jakobowski, 1941-42 James R. Jeffers, 2006-07-08 Leroy Jefferson, 1998 Benjamin D. Jeffries, 1974 Glenn F. Johns, 1957-58-59 Barry P. Johnson, 1961-62-63

Blair Krimmel, 1941-42 Robert Krimmel, 1941-42 Kenneth C. Krings, 1965 Jonathan D. Kuhns, 1981 Jonathan Kuncewitch, 1998-99 Newton H. Kunkel, 1931 Charles T. Kuntzleman, 1959-60-61 Albert B. Kunz, 1932 Walter J.P. Kurowski, 1939 Michael B. Kurtz, 1959 Mark J. Kwiatkoski, 1976-77

David E. Johnson, 1995-96-97 Ernest Johnson, 1922 Knute Johnson, 1921-22-23 Matthew D. Johnson, 2004-05-06-07 Matthew Z. Johnson, 2009-10-12 Michael T. Johnson, 2008 Robert T. Johnson, 1943 Patrick R. Johnston, 1987 Alan D. Jones, 1971-72-73 Daryl R. Jones, 1991-92-93 David A. Jones, 1998-99-00 David W. Jones, 1956-59 Jacob M. Jones, 2000 Justin R. Jones, 2001-02 Stephen A. Jones, 1989-91 Jack E. Jordan, 1951-52 James P. Jurewicz, 2011-12

K James G. Kaercher, 1983 Ewald Kalmbach, 1958-59 Spencer J. Kane, 2012 Michael C. Karchner, 2004-05-06 Joseph Kasperski, 1943 Michael A. Katz, 2008-09-10 William L. Katz, 1911-12 John W. Kaufman, 1937-39 Peter D. Kaye, 1992 Richard T. Keck, 1963-64-65-66 C. Russell Keebler, 1934 Roger J. Keehn, 1957 Ryan D. Keeley, 2007-08-09

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Ryan P. Merrill, 2004-05-06

M William D. MacAlpine, 1924-25 Bruce J. Macartney, 1969 Richard W. MacFarland, 1962-63-64-65 W. Bruce MacIntosh, 1918

Joshua M. Messina, 2014 John M. Metzger, 1940-41 Thomas M. Mextorf, 1978 John D. Michelin, 1987-88-89

Harry Mackin, 1946-47

Michael J. Mignosi, 1992-93-94

Roy E. Madsen, 1956-57

Leonard Mikionis, 1943

Thomas H. Magee, 1947 George E. Majercik, 1929-30-31 Robert D. Major, 1969-71 Jonathan T. Makowsky, 1991-92-93 Frank Malandruccolo, 2011-12 Keith A. Mann, 1997-98-99-01 Robert A. Mann, 1984-85-86-87 Viken H. Manoukian, 1991-92-93 Michael D. Maquera, 1984-85 Anthony R. Marino, 1968-69-70 Mark C. Marino, 1986-87-88-89 Frank Marrero, 1995-96-97-98 Brian R. Marron, 1977-78-79-80 Theodore D. Marshall, 1961

John C. Mill, 1973-74-75 Alexander T. Miller, 2003-04-05 Carbin Miller, 1905-06-07 Clair D. Miller, 1956-57-58 Curtis A. Miller, 1907-08-09 Daniel E. Miller, 2000-01-02-03 Duane Miller, 1986 Luther Miller, 1930-31-32 Mark F. Miller, 2009 Michael Miller, 1984-85 Paul H. Miller, 1951-52-53 Robert E. H. Miller, 1950-51 Vernon A. Miller, 1946-47-48-49 George C. Mills, 1951-52

Jeremiah L. Lachaud, 2007-08-09

Dustin M. Martin, 2003-04

Ricky LaDuca, 1981-82-83

Gilbert J. Martin, 1928

William W. Laing, 1934-35-36

Robert R. Martin, 1961-62

Nicholas L. Lamb, 2014-15

Terry Martin, 1932

John H. Landino, 1987

Benjamin A. Martinez, 1973-74-75

H. Leslie Landis, 1915-16

Michael A. Martino, 1995-96-97

Jerron L. Lane, 1993

Peter A. Marvel, 1967

Thomas A. Lane, 1946-47

Jacob N. Masenior, 1990-91-92-93

Todd C. Langdon, 1982-83-84

Marshall F. Massa, 1968-71

Henry W. Large, 1986-87-88-89

Brian J. Masterson, 1988

Donald M. Latzko, 1949

Anthony C. Massino, 1993

Claude M. Laudenslager, 1912-13-14

Sergio D. Masvidal, 2000-01

Scott W. Lauer, 1982-83

Adam M. Matteo, 1993-94-95

Victor N. Lea, 1980-81-82

Domenick J. Mattia, 2014-15

John H. Leale, 1992-93-94

Paul A. Mattioli, 1988-89-90-91

Michael N. Leanch, 2002-03-04-05

Adam J. Matusa, 1936-37-38

Robert E. Lee, 1954-55-56

Joseph A. Matuska, 1930-31-32

Shawn A. Leh, 1994-95

John Y. May, 1931-32

Timothy R. Lehman, 1968-69-70

David C. Mazzola, 2005-06-07-08

Elmer L. Leisey, 1911

Daniel J. McCabe, 1965-66

Paul M. Lembo, 1990

Michael L. McCabe, 1998-99-00

Nicholas J. Leno, 1980-81-82-83

Daniel L. McCall, 2003-04-05

Gene J. Lepore, 1932-33-34

Frank McCants, 1972-73-74

Frank A. Lerro, 1953-54-55

Mark A. McCarter, 1977-78-79-80

Jay S. Leshinsky, 2014

Michael T. McClain, 1994-96

Max Levine, 1932-33-34

Richard E. McCloskey, 1964

David M. Lewis (Brottman), 1984-85

Kevin D. McCorvey, 2014-15

Howard H. Lewis, 1919-20-22-23

Kevin A. McCracken, 1984

Reuben E. Lewis, 1918

Sean P. McCullough, 1991-92-93

Jonathan Liberty, 2009-10

Michael J. McCurley, 2002-03-04-05

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Emil A. Mesics, 1926-27

Gus Minifri, 1940-41 Ernest A. Minka, 1926-27-28 Edward V. Minka, 1927-28-29 Dillon R. Minnaker, 2013-14-15 Kyle W. Mirth, 1978-79-80-81 Robert F. Mirth, 1943-46-47-48 Edward S. Mitchell, 1968-69-70 Theodore D. Mitchell, 1994 Richard A. Mitstifer, 1976-77 William J. Moates III, 2006-07-08 Salvatore D. Moffa, 1979-80 Mark Mogavero, 1994-95-96 George E. Molchany, 1945 Peter J. Molendyke, 1972-73 Vincent Molinari, 2003 Earl E. Moll, 1924 Ronald C. Molrine, 1979-80 Stephen F. Montalto, 2004-05-06 Joseph R. Montemurro, 2009 Michael J. Montone, 2004 Edward P. Moran, 1987 Jacob Morra, 2015 Michael D. Morra, 1989-90-91 Norman Morris, 1940-41 Robert R. Morris, 1956 James R. Morrison, 1931-32 Jeffrey S. Morrow, 2004-05-06 Robert E. Morton, 1943 Robert J. Moser, 1945

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All-Time Letterwinners

48 M Joel E. Moskowitz, 1958 Michael L. Mottola, 1979-80-81-82 Mark A. Mounayar, 2008-09-10-11 Craig A. Moyer, 1959-60 Kenneth T. Moyer, 1946 Lloyd A. Moyer, 1932-33-34 Russel W. Moyer, 1918 Thomas J. Moyer, 1983-84-85-86 Michael J. Mrkobrad, 2002-03-04 Joseph J. Muccia, 1999-00-01 John T. Muha, 2010-12 Thomas M. Mullane, 1982-84-85 Robert F. Mulligan, 2008 Sean P. Mulligan, 2011 Thomas Mulroy, 1983-84

James N. Oliphant, 1972-73-74-75 Ronald S. Ondrejca, 1988-89-90-91 Terence P. O’Neil, 1980-81-82-83 Kevin J. O’Neill, 1969 Andrew F. Onimus, 2010-11-12-13 Jeffrey T. Opiel, 2001-02-03 Timothy M. Opiel, 2002-05 R. Stephen Opp, 1964 Anthony D. Orazi, 1995-96-98

Kenneth D. Poust, 1935-36-37 Robert A. Powers, 1988-89-90 Andrew J. Pratt, 1992-93-94-95 Christian X. Price, 1992-93

Michael P. Rubas, 1990-91-92-93 Albert Rubbert, 1945-48-49-50 Martin L. Ruglio, 1928 Kyle M. Ruiz, 2012-13-14

Luke A. Primerano, 2014-15

C.R. Ruloff, 1906

Joseph Pujazon, 1947

Michael J. Rus, 2008-09-10-11

Paul A. Putra, 1906-07-08

George A. Rusetski, 1945

Scott W. Pyne, 1985-86-87

Milton G. Russell, 1959

Q

Keith E. Ordemann, 1972-73-74-75

Paul L. Royer, 1915

Thomas P. Russell, 1982-83

George A. Ordway, 1964

Denton J. Quick, 1929

Charles M. Ruyak, 1949-50

David G. Orphanides, 1981-82-83

J. Christopher Quinn, 1909

Kevin M. Ryan, 2008-09-10-11

Garrett T. Orr, 2007-08-09

Morris M. Quint, 1943-46

Timothy J. Ryan, 1981-82-83-84

James R. Orr, 1957-58-59 Paul R. Orr, 1918-20 William N. Osei, 2009

Russell W. Ryker, 1937-38

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S

Christopher R. Radomski, 2000-01-02-03 Matthew S. Rathbun, 2005-06-07-08

Anthony A. Saddler, 1952-53-54-55

James D. Rau, 1964-65-69

Thom E. Saeger, 1967-68

William S. Ray, 1973-74-75

Zachary K. St. Pierre, 1996

Kenneth J. Rayhon, 1996-97-98-99

Matthew A. Sallese, 2004-05-06

Christopher M. Reed, 1999-00-01-02

Ronney J. Salley, 1971-72-73

Donald J. Pace, 1995

Horace B. Reed, 1914

Edward A. Salo, 1969-70-71-72

Si Padolin, 1932-33-34

Paul M. Reed, 1907-08

Charles D. Salvaterra, 1970-72-73

Carl E. Padovano, 1942

W. Gene Reed, 1950-51

Jeffrey A. Salzano, 2002

Robert N. Paessler, 1987-88-89-90

Tade J. Reen, 1995

Walter C. Sandt, 1906

Michael A. Pagan, 1987-88-89-90

Gomer S. Rees, 1921-22

John G. Sanford, 1977-78-79-80

Matthew J. Pagano, 2012-13-14-15

Frank E. Reheis, 1998

Eric J. Santagato, 2005-06-07-08

D. Scott Paine, 1980-81

Gerald J. Rehrig, 1956-57-58

Frank A. Santini, 2003-04

N. Charles Palczuk, 1945

Francis G. Reichwein, 1937-38-39

Dylan J. Sapir, 1997

Ferdinand E. Palladino, 1929-30-31

Michael J. Reid, 1972-73-74-75

Christopher J. Sarkis, 1992-93

Nicholas M. Palladino, 2013-14-15

Richard E. Reid, 2010-11

John D. Sartori, 1976-77-78-79

Robert J. Panny, 1987-88

Thomas F. Reilly, 1970-71

David J. Sass, 1995

Thomas E. Papa, 1984-85-86-87

Carl C. Reimer, 1942-46

Ryan C. Sassaman, 2004-05-06

Frederick J. Papera, 1983-84-85-86

Richard H. Reimer, 1947-48-49

Henry Satsky, 1935

Anthony Parillo, 1929-30

William S. Reiner, 1981-82-83-84

Jacob S. Savacool, 1909-10-11

Russel W. Park, 1919-20

Karl L. Reisner, 1907-08-09

Nicholas J. Savant, 2015

James Parker, 1917

Walter L. Reisner, 1911-12-13-14

Justin P. Saverine, 2001-02

Anthony A. Pascal, 1926-27-28

Walter L. Reisner, 1966-67-69

Brett J. Sawyer, 1995-96-97

George A. Pasterchick, 1951

Lester Reiter, 1932

Carminello S. Sbordone, 1946-47

Michael A. Patschke, 1993-94-95-96

Jeffrey J. Reitz, 1983

Ernest A. Scarpa, 1951-52-53

Christopher J. Patti, 1994-95-96

James J. Renaldi, 1983

Joseph A. Scarsella, 1947

Malvin E. Paul, 1937-38-39

John Rendinaro, 1979

Arthur A. Scavone, 1977-78-79-80

Clarke A. Paulus, 1988-89-90-91

Martin D. Renshaw, 1958-59-60

Jonathan S. Scerbo, 1999-01

Robert L. Pearsons, 1957-58-59

Charles Reppert, 1935-36

John P. Schantz, 1963-64-65-66

Douglas J. Peebles, 1984-85

John Reutlinger, 1925

Joseph L. Schantz, 1935

Ryan J. Peer, 2002-03-04

Charles Rhoads, 1930

Michael W. Schantz, 1970

Fred E. Peifley, 1948-49-50

Barry A. Rhody, 1961

James K. Schell, 1946

Christopher Peischl, 1983-84-85

Orian Rice, 1924

William N. Schell, 1948-49

Michael S. Peischl, 2009

Randy R. Rice, 1969-70

George L. Schindler, 1950-51

Joseph L. Pelligrino, 1974

Charles W. Richard, 1997-98-99-00

Andrew M. Schlechter, 1984-85-86-87

Paul A. Peri, 1995-96-97

Owen L. Riedy, 1929

John F. Schlechter, 1975-76-77-78

Raushan A. Person, 2002

Matthew J. Rieker, 2001

Scott R. Schlenker, 1985-86-87

Michael K. Peters, 1963

Christopher Riley, 1932-33-34

Brian Schlute, 1978-79

Robert H. Peters, 1965

Sean J. Riley, 1988-89-90

Alexander W. Schmidt, 1985

Stephen C. Peters, 1994-95

John R. Rishko, 1988-89-91

Daniel R. Schmidt, 1996-97-98-99

Thanasis N. Petrakis, 2001-02-03

Eric A. Riso, 1992

Robert W. Schmidt, 1997

Alfonso R. Petrillo, 1985-86-87

Donald T. Rissmiller, 1962-63

Timothy D. Schnall, 1994

Darin E. Petro, 1985-86

William S. Ritter, 1912-13-14-15

Alan L. Schneider, 1969-70-71-72

Joseph A. Petro, 1941

Sean A. Robbins, 2015

Peter P. Schneider, 1940-41

William F. Pfeifer, 1935

Kamali T. Roberts, 1998-00-01

Thomas J. Schneider, 2000-01-02

David T. Pfund, 1984-85-86-87

Donald W. Robinson, 1965

John S. Schneller, 1905

John D. Pharr, 1920

Paul W. Robinson, 1999-00

Walter E. Schock, 1905-06

Benjamin P. Phillips, 2001-02-03

Richard Robinson, 1926

John J. Schoeller, 1997-98-99-00

John K. Phillips, 1923-24-25-26

Arthur D. Roderick, 1912-13

Beneval H. Schoellkopf, 1957-59

Cummings W. Piatt, 1962-63-64

Joseph Rodgers, 1933-34

Alexander R. Schreiber, 1946-47-48-49

Richard M. Picinich, 1993-94

John D. Rodrigues, 2000-01-02

Kurt M. Schroeder, 1976-77

Michael J. Piegari, 1996

Kenneth G. Rogers, 1982-83

Christopher Schultz, 1982-83

Thomas W. Pietila, 1950

Roger C. Rohn, 1933-34

Erwin J. Schummer, 1967-68-69-70

Harvey J. Pine, 1994-95-96-97

Ronald Romano, 1978-79-80-81

Anthony J. Schwab, 2014-15

John R. Piper, 1963-64-65-66

Joshua B. Romig, 1996

James B. Schwartz, 1976

Michael D. Pisano, 1991-92-93-94

J. Randall Roorbach, 1967

Stanley S. Schweimler, 1923

Carl J. Pletenyik, 1967

Leon Rosenberg, 1931-33

Michael F. Schweitzer, 1988-89

Edgar C. Oberg, 1931-32

Joseph E. Podany, 1939

Nicholas A. Rosetti, 2002-04

Elwood Schwenk, 1914-15-16

Geoffrey O’Callaghan, 2005

Gary L. Podenak, 1972-73

Glen A. Ross, 1983-84-85

Frederick N. Schwenk, 1958-60

Robert S. Ochner, 1978-79-80-81

Christopher J. Poehls, 2005-06

Vincent R. Rosso, 1958-59-60

Gerald D. Scott, 1989-90-91-92

Edward O’Connell, 1985

John M. Pokorney, 1927-28-29

Clifford W. Roth, 1959-60-61

L. Perry Scott, 1938-39-40

Paul D. O’Connor, 1921

Howard C. Pollard, 1995-96

Earl Roth, 1945

William Scott, 1910-11

Rory O’Connor, 1995-96

John J. Pollitt, 1952

Glenn M. Roth, 1967-68

Mark L. Scrivanich, 1981

Shane T. O’Connor, 2009-10-11-12

Michael V. Porembski, 2009-10

Lynn H. Rothrock, 1962-63-64

Jon M. Seddon, 2013-14

Brian O’Dowd, 1986

Erford E. Porter, 1980-83

Harold C. Roveda, 1946-47-48-49

Fred R. Seidel, 1913

Cyrus J. Ohnmacht, 1960

Jeffrey E. Potkul, 1986-87-88

Michael P. Rowan, 1978-79

Alan S. Seifert, 1928

Thomas D. Oleksa, 1972-73-74

Daniel T. Poust, 1961-62-63

Michael A. Rowe, 1989-90

George F. Segelbacher, 1952-53

Harrison B. Rowner, 2010

William D. Selim, 1967-68

Joseph M. Mulvihill, 2008 Vincent P. Mulvihill, 1976-77-78-79 John Munchak, 1937-38-39

Michael A. Ostrowski, 2000 Nicholas Otranto, 2000-01-02-03 F. Herbert Owens, 1957-58-59

P

Robert G. Municchi, 2011-13 James R. Munn, 1974 Robert W. Muntz, 1993-94-95 Thomas J. Murdock, 1982-83-84-85 Mwaura Muroki, 1997-98-99-00 John J. Murphy, 1985-86-87-88 Ryan C. Murphy, 2012 James A. Murray, 1970-71-72-73 John R. Murtaugh, 1963 Matthew L. Musick, 2009-10-11 Phillip T. Musick, 2009-10-11 Matthew Musilli, 2015 Christopher R. Musselman, 2004-05-06-07 John M. Mustion, 1986-87 Justin Myers, 2009-11 Seth D. Myers, 1995-96-97-98

N Chase M. Nadell, 2008-09-10-11 Thomas G. Nader, 1981-82 Curtis E. Nagle, 1981-82-83-84 Thomas A. Naratil, 1952-53-54-55 Geno J. Nardini, 1991-92-93 David L. Nark, 1974-75-76 Russell D. Nehf, 1931-32-33 George O. Neils, 1950 Thomas G. Nemeth, 1981 Harry H. Nenow, 1911 Carl D. Neubling, 1922-23 Thomas W. Neumann, 1982-83-84-85 Newhard, 1918 Harry J. Newman, 1952-53-54-55 Neil Newman, 2000 Ryan M. Newman, 2003-04 Jeffrey Nieman, 1970 Michael J. Niemiec, 1969 Theodore S. Nissen, 1945 Stephen M. Nissley, 2008-09-10-11 Theodore K. Nivison, 1976-77-78-79 Michael D. Nolan, 2005-06-07-08 Otto F. Nolde, 1917-18-19 Edgar V. Nonnemaker, 1905-07 James W. Nonnemaker, 1957-59 Steven J. Nork, 2009-10 Carl S. Norman, 1973-74 Joshua J. Northridge, 1995-96 Michael C. Norton, 2007 Jason F. Novak, 1994-95-96-97 Sergei C. Novak, 1961-62-63 Donald L. Novek, 1956-57-58 Timothy Novotnack, 1982-83

O

Jeffrey T. Oliemuller, 2012-13

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All-Time Letterwinners S

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Philip C. Spohn, 1982-83

Edward R. Seltzer, 1926-27

Jeff S. Sponenburg, 1986-87-88-89

Lee R. Seras, 1965-66-67

Frank A. Sposato, 1989-90

Andrew J. Serina, 1992-93

Frank A. Spotts, 1926-27-28

Fritz E. Sermulin, 1911-12

David Sprague, 1979

J. Milo Sewards, 1937-38

Walter O. Staehle, 1972-73-75

Robert H. Shaffer, 1976-77

James R. Stampfle, 1972-73-74-75

Keith L. Shaftel, 1968

Zoltan L. Stamus, 1937-38-39

Keith R. Shalvoy, 2004-05

Michael J. Stankowitz, 1998-99-00-01

Joseph F. Shanosky, 1940-41-42-43

Corey A. Stanton, 2005-06

Robert S. Shapiro, 1983-84-85-86

Joseph Staudinger, 1945

William T. Sharlow, 1978

Kenneth A. Stauffer, 1960

Kodi J. Shay, 2001-02-03

Bryan Z. Steele, 1996-97-98-99

Harold E. Sheeley, 1950-51-52

Charles L. Steele, 1914-15

Patrick J. Shelley, 1997-98

Frank G. Stefkovich, 1950-51

William B. Shelly, 1906-07-08

Richard K. Steich, 1988-89

Nathaniel H. Shephard, 1976

Neil V. Steigerwalt, 1933-34

Robert M. Sherman, 2002-03

Milton H. Steinhauer, 1925

Beau P. Sherry, 1999-00-01-02

William H. Stephens, 1915-16

Ralph Shilling, 1910

Hayden W. Sterling, 2013-14-15

Robert M. Shirvanian, 1973-74-75

Louis Sterner, 1932-33

Foster E. Shook, 1920

Mark Stiansen, 1998

Albert A. Shoudy, 1946-47-48-49

Matthew E. Stickney, 2014-15

Oscar D. Shoy, 2001-02

Eugene Still, 1983

Asher F. Shupp, 1909

Frederick E. Storch, 1934

Roy F. Shupp, 1908-09

William I. Stoudt, 1961

Matthew K. Siedt, 2010

Haldeman C. Stout, 1924-25-26

Edward J. Sikorski, 1942-46-47-48

Harold S. Stovall, 1973-74-75-76

Joshua D. Simons, 1994

Russell P. Strait, 1947-48-49

Albert D. Simpson, 1937-39

William F. Stranzl, 1953-54-55-56

Ryan M. Simunovich, 1995

Miles J. Stroup, 1918

Barry W. Sirota, 1957

Eric B. Stubin, 1988-89-90

Jon-Paul Skarpetowski, 1998-99-00-01

Mark W. Stull, 1974-75-76-77

Albert H. Skean, 1909-10-11-12-13

Alfred M. Stump, 1905-06-07

William J. Skean, 1921-22-23

Craig A. Stump, 1989-90-91-92

Alfred J. Skidmore, 1943

John F. Sules, 1976-77-78

James A. Skidmore, 1951-52-53

Jeffrey W. Swanson, 1974-75

Paul Skorinko, 1947-48-49

John A. Sweatlock, 1946

Carl A. Slabicki, 2003-04-05

Christopher J. Swensen III, 2006-07

Eric S. Slaton, 1988-89-90-91

C. Dean Symons, 1931-32

Winfred T. Slemmer, 1922-23-24-25

Thaddeus A. Szela, 1943

Atwood T. Smith, 1928-29

Stephen A. Szelong, 2013-14-15

Charles W. Smith, 1975-76-77-78 Christian A. Smith, 2012-13 David P. Smith, 1989-90-91-92 Francis H. Smith, 1905-06-07 Irvin Smith, 1945 Jamie J. Smith, 1977-78-79-80 John F. Smith, 1933 Leonard D. Smith, 2013-14-15 Lester T. Smith, 1933 Levan P. Smith, 1927-28-29 Matthew E. Smith, 2006-07 Robert L. Smith, 1943 Ryan T. Smith, 1996 Tyler X. Smith, 2015 Thomas B. Smyers, 1972-73-74-75 George W. Smythe, 1919 Wash Snoich, 1927 Clarence M. Snyder, 1908-09-10-11 Erik P. Snyder, 2006-07-08 Raymond E. Snyder, 1919-20 Joseph A. Sobel, 1929-30 James L. Socci, 1994-95-96-97 Jake N. Solari, 2015 Jack Soloff, 1947-48 Emmanuel K. Solomon, 1917 George M. Solomon, 1957-58 Donald J. Sommerville, 1977-78-79 Steven Sonkin, 1983-84 Elijah N. Sorel, 2011-12 Peter A. Sorrento, 2010-11-12-13 Leroy L. Spangler, 1957 Lee E. Spanitz, 1966 Marcus A. Spatidol, 1980-81 P. Wesley Spence, 2000-01 Bryan C. Spencer, 2002-03-04-05 Jason R. Spencer, 2003-04 Christopher B. Spicer, 2000-01 Benjamin L. Spinelli, 1976 Ira E. Spitzer, 1969-70

T Austin L. Taggart, 1919-20-21 Victor A. Taiwo, 2009-10-11 D. Ross Tanner, 2004-05-06-07 Gregory B. Tanzer, 1976-77-78-79 Michael P. Tanzi, 2004-05-06 Thomas R. Tarsitano, 2004-05-06-07 Joseph A. Tartar IV, 2006 William H. Taylor, 1915 John E. Teife, 1946 Daniel J. Terpstra, 1993-94-95-96 Jeffrey M. Thiel, 1996 Lawrence E. Thiel, 1993 Jeremey M. Thomas, 2011-12-13-14 Joseph J. Thomas, 1983-84 Pierre C. Thomas, 1931 Thomas Thomas, 1935 Arthur C. Thompson, 1926-27 Edward S. Thompson, 1985-86-87 Robert Thompson, 1936 Jonathan F. Tobias, 1976-77-78-79 Ronald L. Todd, 1962-64 Michael J. Togno, 1979-80-81 Jan J. Tokarczyk, 1995-97 Roger R. Tolosky, 1947-48-49 Marek A. Tomanek, 2015 Roger C. Toney, 1963-64-65 Marcus D. Toomey, 2010-11 Telly J. Topakas, 1993 Charles M. Topp, 1992-93-94-95 Richard J. Toth, 1968-69-70-71 Zachary C. Trach, 2001-02 Frank J. Tracy, 1938 Luke P. Trainer, 1991-92-93-94 Justin U. Trakimas, 1995-96 Nicholas F. Tranguch, 1999-00-01 Donald S. Travis, 1964-66-67 Robert W. Treat, 1965-66

Richard I. Tredinnick, 1951-52-53

Richard F. Werkheiser, 1953-54-55-56

Michael Tremblay, 1985

Paul J. Werrell, 1967-68-69-70

Robert E. Treut, 1967-68

Ernest F. Wescoe, 1949-50-51

David Tritto, 1984-85-86-87

Alan D. Wessel, 1976

Gary J. Tritto, 1988

Ronald H. Wessner, 1963-64

John P. Trump, 1976-77-78-79

Paul D. Weston, 1918-21-22-23

Paul J. Truran, 1952-53-54-55

Thomas J. Whalen, 1964

Agnew S. Tryon, 1906

George E. Wheeler, 1969-70-71

Daniel P. Tulino, 1996

R. John Whispell, 1969-70

Andrew T. Tullo, 2011-12

Paul K. Whitcraft, 1955-56-57

Charles Tummino, 1998

Jeffrey K. White, 1972

Thomas J. Turczyn, 1961-62-63

Corry P. Whitehead, 2010

Steven Turi, 1988-89-90-91

Quincy D. Whiteman, 1947-48-49

Brandon D. Turner, 2009

Harold P. Whitenight, 1921-22-23

Silvio V. Tursi, 1922-23-24

Charles C. Wiggins, 1952

Ernest Turtzo, 1945

Kyle H. Wilczynski, 2015

Frank Tutza, 1956

Luke W. Wiley, 2015

Samuel R. Tyler, 1965-66-67

Andrew D. Wilkins, 2004-05 William P. Wilkinson, 1931-32

U J. Randolph Uhrich, 1967-68-69-70 John C. Umlauf, 1939

Antoine J. Williams, 2004-05 Dennis M. Williams, 1993-94 Earle Williams, 1909

Leonard M. Utz, 1918

Robert Willingham, 1924

V

William Wills, 1917-18-19-20 Bryan D. Wilson, 2011-12

James Vaiana, 1929-30

Claude C.P. Wilson, 1956-57-58

Hildebert Van Buren, 1931 William D. Van Dyke, 1992-93-94-95 Keith J. Van Fleet, 2001-02-03 Richard W. Van Horn, 1994-95-96-97 Kevin A. Van Laar, 2010-11-12-13 William A. Van Zandt, 1919 Robert M. VanIderstine, 1966-67-68-69 Isaiah Vaughn, 2010-11-12 Joseph E. Vecchio, 1990-91-92-93 Michael G. Venezia, 2001

John R. Wilson, 1998 Samuel Wilson, 1916 Leland C. Winkler, 1924-25 Connor J. Winter, 2011-12-13-14 Archie J. Witt, 1921-22-23-24 Albert J. Witwer, 1929-30 Charles F. Woginrich, 1962-63-64-65 Cory A. Wohlbach, 1994-95-96-97 Brian Wolfe, 1983-84 Franklin L. Wolfe, 1939

Paul L. Vikner, 1967-68

Merle D. Wolfe, 1959-60

Prisco J. Villani, 1999-00-01

Steve E. Wolfe, 1974

Howard Vincent, 1930

Steven S. Wolfe, 1972-73-74-75

Jared T. Vivacqua, 2006

Anthony L. Wolfsohn, 1999-00

Stanley Vnuk, 1953-54 Timothy A. Vogel, 2010-11-12 Richard I. Volpe, 2002-03-04 Brett T. Von Bergen, 2009 Charles Voorhees, 1983-84-85-86 Frederick D. Vreeland, 1912

Leonard F. Woodel, 1957 Devin G. Woods, 2014 Alan H. Woodworth, 1950-51 Charles H. Woodworth, 1943 William H. Woodworth, 1949-50-51 Arthur E. Wright, 1956-57

W

Christopher J. Wright, 1987-88-89-90

Henry A. Wacker, 1911

Ewan C. Wright, 2006-07-08-09

Donald E. Waggoner, 1961

Jordan C. Wright, 1999-00-01-02

Christopher Wagner, 1978-79 Grant N. Wagner, 1989

X Ian S. Ximinies, 1998-99-00-01

James J. Wagner, 1978-79 Daniel R. Walker, 2002-03-04 Matthew W. Walker, 1999

Y Anthony W. Yankowsky, 1963

Taylor W. Wallace, 1971

Nicholas Yanuzzi, 1950

Jason N. Walsh, 1994

John Yarshinsky, 1934

William H. Walters, 1940-41 Thomas R. Waranavage, 1991-92 Anthony E. Ware, 1980-81-82 Thomas J. Wargacki, 2003-04-05 G. Thomas Wargo, 1958-59-60 Michael J. Wassokowich, 1938-39 Timothy Watkins, 1933-34

Lindley N. Yerg, 1939 Lewis A. Yerkes, 1943 David D. Yoder, 1965-66-67-68 Leon K. Yoder, 1966 Edgar L. Yost, 1958-59-60 Donald Young, 1932-33-34 John Young, 1935

John S. Watto, 1943 Frederick F.J. Wavrek, 1931-33 Philip B. Wavrek, 1965-68

John R. Young, 1956-57-58 Michael J. Young, 2011-12-13 Robert A. Young, 1966-67-68-69

Austin R. Way, 1945

Z

William F. Weaber, 1918 Bruce M. Weaver, 1968-69-70-71

Jeffrey D. Zaccaria, 1992-93

Darren J. Weaver, 1996

Raymond Zaney, 1942

Milton Weaver, 1923

Christopher L. Zatorski, 1987-88

Ernest A. Weber, 1914

Jeff S. Zeigler, 1986-87

Linford Weber, 1926-27

Joseph E. Zeszotarski, 1987-88-89-90

Paul Weber, 1928-29-30

Lester Zetty, 1941-42

Timothy J. Weber, 1971-72

LeRoy G. Ziegenfuss, 1941-42-43

Albert Weiner, 1931-32-33

Floyd Zimmerman, 1934-35

Harold H. Weiner, 1935

David J. Zotter, 1975

Milton Weiner, 1928-29-30

Richard P. Zrebiec, 2000

Richard A. Weisenbach, 1960-62

Albert Zuzzio, 1940-41

Thomas G. Weller, 1977

Anthony J. Zuzzio, 1937-38-39

Douglas R. Wenrich, 1965

Joseph Trechak, 1951-52-53

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Honor Roll

50 all-america 2014 Michael Long, TE

D3football.com (1st)

2015 2014 2009 2008 2007 1998 1990 1989 1980 1977 1976 1975 1974 1972 1971 1970

2013 Michael Long, TE

2011

D3football.com (3rd)

Patrick McDonough, LB

AFCA (1st)

Associated Press (2nd)

D3football.com (3rd)

2010 Patrick McDonough, LB

D3football.com (2nd)

2008 John DeLuca, RB

D3football.com (3rd)

Matt Johnson became the first Muhlenberg tight end to earn AllAmerica recognition nine years ago.

Matt Rathbun, LB D3football.com (3rd)

2007 Matt Johnson, TE

D3football.com (3rd)

2005 Dan McCall, LB

Football Gazette (1st)

D3football.com (3rd)

2003 Kodi Shay, KR

Division III SIDs (2nd)

Chris Radomski, OT

D3football.com (3rd)

2002 Chris Reed, K

AFCA (1st)

Division III SIDs (1st)

Football Gazette (1st)

Chris Radomski was

D3football.com (HM)

named a third-team

Matt Bernardo, RB

All-American and

Division III SIDs (HM)

played in the Aztec

2001 Joshua Carter, KR

Bowl in 2003.

Division III SIDs (3rd)

2000 Joshua Carter, KR

Division III SIDs (1st)

D3football.com (1st)

Football Gazette (2nd)

Mike Burke, DB

Football Gazette (2nd)

Division III SIDs (3rd)

D3football.com (HM)

John Schoeller, OL

Football Gazette (3rd)

Division III SIDs (HM)

1999 Joshua Carter, KR

Division III SIDs (1st)

Football Gazette (1st)

D3football.com (1st)

1993 Rob Lokerson, WR

Rob Lokerson earned All-America honors

AFCA/Kodak (1st)

Division III SIDs (1st)

in 1993 after leading

Associated Press (2nd)

Division III in

1988 Jeff Potkul, RB

receiving yards.

Division III SIDs (HM)

John Murphy Associated Press (HM)

1987 Dave Pfund, T  

Division III SIDs (2nd)

Associated Press (HM)

1985 Dave Lewis, P  

Associated Press (HM)

1984 Bill Reiner, NG  

Jack Crider was one of

three All-Americans

Division III SIDs (1st)

1947 Harold “Bill” Bell, B Associated Press (1st)

1946 George Bibighaus, E  

ncaa postgraduate scholarship

Bryan Auvil, OL Bryan Auvil, OL Jake Floyd, DL John DeLuca, RB Jake Floyd, DL Jordon Grube, K Tony Orazi, OL Mike Hoffman, DB Joe Zeszotarski, LB Joe Zeszotarski, DL Mike Hoffman, DB Art Scavone, T Mark Stull, DT Mark Stull, DT Keith Ordemann, LB Tom Smyers, LB Eric Butler, OE Ed Salo, C Ed Salo, IL Ed Salo, G

1991 1981 1978 1976 1973

academic all-district 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 1999 1998 1996 1989

Matt Aspinwall, P Bryan Auvil, OL Michael Hogan, DL Bryan Auvil, OL Bryan Auvil, OL Joe Hogh, TE Gregg Mercogliano, K Phil Muisck, OL Jake Floyd, DL Michael Katz, K Joe Caporoso, WR John DeLuca, RB Jake Floyd, DL Mike Nolan, OL John DeLuca, RB Jordon Grube, K Patrick Calves, OL Dustin Good, LB Stephen Montalto, TE Kyle Douglass, WR Jordon Grube, K Michael Leanch, OL Frank Santini, OL Frank Santini, OL Chris Reed, K Michael Dickinson, K Jason Hartman, K Tony Orazi, OL Patrick Shelley, OL Tony Orazi, OL Scott Pyne, DB

Mike Hoffman Art Scavone Mark Stull Eric Butler Ed Salo

ncaa statistical champion 2004 Team   total defense (195.5 yards per game) 1999 Team   kickoff returns (28.7 average) 1993 Rob Lokerson   receiving yards (141.7 per game) 1985 Dave Lewis   punting (41.6 average) 1983 Team   pass defense (76.4 yards per game) 1974 Tom Oleksa   kickoff returns (31.1 average)

aztec bowl Division III senior all-star game played in Mexico 2005 Dan McCall 2003 Chris Radomski 2002 Chris Reed 2000 John Schoeller

Division III SIDs (HM)

1979 John Sartori, E

academic all-america

to play on the 1946 Tobacco Bowl team.

Associated Press (1st)

Jack Crider, B

Patrick McDonough was

Associated Press (3rd)

1942 Pete Gorgone, B

Muhlenberg’s first selec-

tion to the AP Little All-

Associated Press (2nd)

Bud Bossick, QB

America team in 18 years

Associated Press (HM)

in 2011.

1930 George Majercik, B  

New York Telegram

1925 Nick Borrell, B  

New York Telegram (3rd)

first-team selections in bold

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Honor Roll

51 all-conference

Centennial Conference: 2015 Willie Britt, OL John Feaster, DB Nick Lamb, WR Mike Luby, LB Nick Palladino, QB Bryan Auvil, OL Michael Hogan, DL Lenny Smith, LB Ronald Christian, DL Luke Wiley, DB 2014 Bryan Auvil, OL Willie Britt, OL Greg DeLade, DE John Feaster, DB Ian Gimbar, LB Michael Long, TE Jeremey Thomas, LB Connor Winter, K Kevin Cellary, DL Max Cepeda, RB,   rookie of the year Tyler Cerbo, DB Cody Geyer, WR Andrew Kincaid, OL Nick Palladino, QB Kyle Ruiz, DL 2013 Bryan Auvil, OL Greg DeLade, DE Cody Geyer, WR Ian Gimbar, LB Michael Long, TE Kevin Cellary, DL Tyler Cerbo, DB Tommy DeVito, OL John Feaster, DB Cody Geyer, KR Jeremey Thomas, LB Connor Winter, P, K Nick Palladino,   rookie of the year 2012 Ian Gimbar, LB Frank Malandruccolo, OL Terrence Dandridge, RB Shane O’Connor, S Isaiah Vaughn, WR Dan Deighan, P Greg DeLade, DE Matt Johnson, LB Michael Long, TE 2011 Chris Hartzell, DB Patrick McDonough, LB Michael Porembski, OL Kenneth Cobb, DL Chase Nadell, DB, KR Scott Barton, OL Terrence Dandridge, RB Mark Mounayar, DL 2010 PATRICK McDONOUGH, LB Kenneth Cobb, DL Terrence Dandridge, RB Chris Hartzell, DB Michael Porembski, OL Mark Accomando, LB Mark Bigelli, OL Chase Nadell, DB, KR Mike Donnelly,   coach of the year 2009 Phil Cresta, WR Frank Emmett, DL Patrick McDonough, LB Andy Curley, LB Jake Floyd, DL Jason LoPipero, P Chase Nadell, DB

2008 JOHN DeLUCA, RB MATT RATHBUN, LB Cameron Ahouse, DB Phil Cresta, WR William Moates, DL Mike Nolan, OL Eric Santagato, QB Mark Bigelli, OL Brandon Doyle, DB Frank Emmett, DL Scott Gavin, LB Mike Gawel, OL Michael Katz, K David Mazzola, DB, P Mike Donnelly,   coach of the year 2007 Dan Aitkens, DB John DeLuca, RB Brandon Doyle, DB Dustin Good, LB Matt Johnson, TE Chris Musselman, DL Mike Nolan, OL Chris Swensen, DL Tom Tarsitano, LB Cameron Ahouse, DB Mike Gawel, OL David Mazzola, DB William Moates, DL Matt Rathbun, LB Eric Santagato, QB 2006 Chris Musselman, DL Mike Nolan, OL Cameron Ahouse, DB Brandon Doyle, DB Dustin Good, LB Matthew Sallese, OL Tom Tarsitano, LB 2005 DAN McCALL, LB Will Corbin, DL Kyle Douglass, WR Carl Slabicki, OL Justin Adair, DB Mark Bennett, LB Phillip Gasker, DB Michael Leanch, OL Mike McCurley, DB Stephen Montalto, TE Tom Wargacki, DL 2004 RYAN PEER, LB Justin Adair, CB Michael Della Pella, DL Michael Leanch, OL Dan McCall, DL Mike McCurley, CB Frank Santini, OL Dan Walker, LB Phillip Gasker, DB Mike McCurley, KR Stephen Montalto, TE Ryan Sassaman, P Carl Slabicki, OL Tom Wargacki, DL

2003 2002 2001 2000 1999

KODI SHAY, WR, KR Matt Bernardo, RB Tony Briscella, LB Michael Della Pella, DL Dan McCall, DL Thanasis Petrakis, DB Chris Radomski, OL Frank Santini, OL Rob Sherman, TE Joe Getz, DB Michael Leanch, OL Dan Walker, LB JUSTIN JONES, QB Matt Bernardo, RB Tyler Cathey, DL Chris Radomski, OL Chris Reed, K Kodi Shay, KR Rob Sherman, TE Beau Sherry, LB John Blankenhagen, OL Tony Briscella, LB Jon Buglione, DL Justin Hurlburt, OL Mike Koth, DL Alfredo Mercuri, WR Dan Miller, DB Thanasis Petrakis, DB Kodi Shay, WR Jordan Wright, DB Joshua Carter, WR, KR Matt Bernardo, RB Erik Hammar, DB Joseph Muccia, OL Beau Sherry, LB Michael Stankowitz, TE John Blankenhagen, OL Tyler Cathey, DE Justin Hurlburt, OL Justin Jones, QB Alfredo Mercuri, WR Chris Reed, K Jon-Paul Skarpetowski, LB Kit Spicer, DB Nick Tranguch, OL Jordan Wright, DB Ian Ximinies, DL JOSHUA CARTER, WR, KR Mike Burke, DB Doug Folger, LB David Jones, DL John Schoeller, OL James Barski, P Michael McCabe, QB Mwaura Muroki, DB Chuck Richard, OL Beau Sherry, LB Nick Tranguch, OL Anthony Wolfsohn, RB Jordan Wright, DB Ian Ximinies, DL Mike Burke, DB Joshua Carter, KR David Jones, DL Kenyamo McFarlane, WR James Barski, P Joshua Carter, WR Keith Mann, OL Chuck Richard, OL John Schoeller, OL Anthony Wolfsohn, RB Ian Ximinies, DL

Matt Bernardo is one of nine Mules who were named to the All-CC first team three straight years: Tom Neumann, 1983-85 Art Kopacz,1984-86 Bob Powers, 1988-90 Joshua Carter, 1999-2001 Matt Bernardo, 2001-03 Dan McCall, 2003-05 Mike Nolan, 2006-08 Patrick McDonough, 2009-11 Ian Gimbar, 2012-14

first-team selections in bold conference players of the year in CAPS

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1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983

Jason Brader, RB Kenyamo McFarlane, WR Patrick Shelley, OL James Barski, P Joe Gmitter, LB David Jones, DL Jason Brader, RB Brett Sawyer, OL Steven Brady, DB Kevin Cannon, WR George Fosdick, QB Billy Howlett, DL Dave Johnson, OL Dan Terpstra, LB Steven Brady, DB Dave Johnson, OL John D’Angelo, LB Andy Pratt, DL John D’Angelo, LB Rob Lokerson, WR Rob Fritz, OL Rob Lokerson, WR Sean McCullough, QB Mike Rubas, DB Joe Christman, OL Andy Pratt, DL Bill Van Dyke, TE Joe Vecchio, DL Mike Rubas, DB Gerry Scott, P Craig Stump, LB Joe Vecchio, DL Joe Vecchio, DL Paul Mattioli, OL Mike Rubas, DB Eric Slaton, WR Bob Powers, K Gerry Scott, P Chris Wright, LB James Dickinson, DL Bob Powers, K Jeff Sponenburg, OL Mike Baraldi, DB Andrew Becker, OL Nick DiGiorgio, WR Henry Large, TE Chris Wright, LB James Dickinson, DL Chris Elser, QB Henry Large, TE John Murphy, LB Jeff Potkul, RB Bob Powers, K Jeff Sponenburg, OL Andrew Becker, OL Mike Pagan, DB Mike Ferguson, DL Henry Large, TE Bob Mann, WR Dave Pfund, T Chris Elser, QB John Landino, RB John Murphy, LB Jeff Sponenburg, OL Mark Farrell, LB Mike Ferguson, DT Brad Fischer, DE John Hobby, DB Art Kopacz, OT Tom Moyer, TE Charlie Voorhees, RB Dave Pfund, OT Brad Fischer, DL Art Kopacz, OL Dave Lewis, P Tom Neumann, WR Jeff Andrews, WR Ray Gahwyler, G Tom Murdock, DB Jeff Andrews, WR Dave Brottman, P Art Kopacz, OL Tom Neumann, WR Bill Reiner, DL Tom Murdock, DB Chris Peischl, RB Ray Beneke, LB Kevin Mei, DB

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1983 Tom Neumann, P Bill Reiner, DL Mark Bisbing, G Tom Mulroy, K Middle Atlantic Conference South: 1982 Tim Novatnack, LB Bill Reiner, IL 1981 Ron Romano, C Mike Bailey, RB Jeff Dangelmajer, P Tom Doddy, G Chris Horton, LB Victor Lea, K Kyle Mirth, DT 1980 Bob Alencewicz, LB John Sanford, DL Ron DiDio, WR Tom Doddy, G Art Scavone, T Jamie Smith, DB 1979 Brian Bodine, RB Jerry Galgano, DE John Sartori, WR Don Sommerville, QB Jon Tobias, OL 1978 John Schlechter, QB 1977 John McCusker, LB Mark Stull, DL Bill Dumchus, C John Schlechter, QB Chuck Smith, DB 1976 John Sartori, SE Sam Stovall, K John Sules, RB Don Clemons, DE Bill Dumchus, C Frank Marino,   coach of the year 1975 John Dean, DL John Dunne, T Bill Ray, DB 1974 Tom Oleksa, DB Tom Smyers, DE John Holland, DL 1973 Joe Allwein, DB John Dunne, T Jon Light, LB Frank McCants, DE Ron Salley, FB Randy Boll, WR John Holland, DL John Mill, HB Tom Smyers, DE Sam Stovall, K 1972 Frank McCants, DE 1971 Tom Crockett, DL Ed DiYanni, QB Geoff Hamilton, LB George Wheeler, E 1970 Tom Crockett, DL Randy Rice, DB Erwin Schummer, T Jesse Achenbach, C Joe Allwein, DB Tom Reilly, LB Bruce Weaver, HB 1969 Bruce Weaver, HB Jesse Achenbach, C Joe DiPanni, LB Mark Hastie, HB Erwin Schummer, E Bob Young, G 1968 Jesse Achenbach, C Bob Van Iderstine, DE Phil Wavrek, LB Erwin Schummer, T 1967 Gordon Bennett, FB Ron Henry, QB Walt Reisner, LB Lee Seras, C Sam Tyler, DL Dave Yoder, DB 1966 John Piper, DE Dave Yoder, DB 1965 Charlie Woginrich, HB 1964 Tom Horne, T David Binder, E Lynn Rothrock, HB


Team Awards

52 player’s player The most valuable player, as decided upon by a team vote. In addition to athletic performance, the spirit of the award encompasses qualities of leadership, loyalty and support of teammates. 2015 Lenny Smith 2014 Jeremey Thomas 2013 Joe Carlucci 2012 Dan Deighan 2011 Patrick McDonough 2010 Patrick McDonough 2009 Brett Von Bergen 2008 Jim Jeffers 2007 Dustin Good 2006 Chris Poehls 2005 Carl Slabicki 2004 Dan Walker 2003 Keith Van Fleet 2002 Beau Sherry 2001 Erik Hammar 2000 Jim DePreta 1999 Chuck Draper 1998 Kenyamo McFarlane Patrick Shelley 1997 Jason Brader 1996 Dan Terpstra 1995 John D’Angelo 1994 Rob Lokerson 1993 Mike Rubas 1992 Craig Stump 1991 Eric Slaton 1990 Dan Bierals 1989 Keith Esposito 1988 John Murphy 1987 Dave Pfund 1986 Mark Farrell 1985-82 unknown 1981 Kyle Mirth 1980 John Kreger 1979 John Sartori 1978 John Schlechter 1977 Bill Dumchus

Helmet History

mulvihill award The “most courageous” player, in memory of Vincent Mulvihill ’80. 2015 Nick Savant 2014 Kevin Cellary 2013 Joe Hogh 2012 Terrence Dandridge 2011 Steve Nissley 2010 Mark Bigelli 2009 Frank Emmett 2008 John DeLuca Mike Nolan 2007 Chris Swensen 2006 Dan Klinger 2005 Mark Bennett 2004 Dan Walker 2003 Thanasis Petrakis 2002 Tyler Cathey 2001 Keith Mann 2000 Paul Robinson Bill McGuinn 1999 Bryan Steele 1998 Keelan Deshields 1997 John Hennelly 1996 Mark Mogavero 1995 Bill Van Dyke 1994 Luke Trainer 1993 Daryl Jones 1992 Tom DeVirgiliis 1991 Eric Slaton 1990 Tom McElhinney 1989 Wayne Caton 1988 Jeff Potkul 1987 Tom Papa 1986 Charlie Voorhees 1985 Scott Armitage 1984 Joe Thomas 1983 Ray Beneke 1982 Mickey Mottola 1981 Kyle Mirth

scholar-athlete 2015 Bryan Auvil 2014 Gene Blanco 2013 Chris Litzenberger 2012 Michael Daniel 2011 Phil Musick 2010 Michael Katz 2009 Jake Floyd 2008 Joe Caporoso 2007 Jordon Grube 2006 Matt Loesch 2005 Tim Opiel Chris Poehls 2004 Richard Volpe 2003 Frank Santini 2002 John Martini 2001 Wes Spence 2000 Michael Dickinson 1999 Michael Dickinson 1998 Tony Orazi 1997 Cory Wohlbach 1991-96 not awarded 1990 Mike Hoffman 1989 Jeff Sponenburg 1988 Werner Heydlauf 1987 Scott Pyne 1986 Rob Shapiro

bianco award The most valuable Muhlenberg player of the Moravian game, sponsored by Anthony Capobianco ’68.  2015 Nick Palladino 2014 Max Cepeda Nick Palladino 2013 Kevin Van Laar 2012 Terrence Dandridge 2011 Terrence Dandridge 2010 Patrick McDonough 2009 Andy Curley 2008 John DeLuca 2007 Eric Santagato 2006 Eric Santagato 2005 Eric Santagato 2004 Ryan Peer 2003 Matt Bernardo 2002 Matt Bernardo 2001 Mike Koth 2000 Matt Bernardo 1999 Joshua Carter 1998 Jason Brader 1997 Jason Brader 1996 Seth Myers 1995 Charles “Chip” Topp 1994 Rob Lokerson 1993 Mike Rubas 1992 Craig Stump 1991 Eric Slaton 1990 Chris Wright 1989 Rob Paessler 1988 Chris Elser 1987 John Murphy 1986 John Hobby 1985 Jeff Andrews

“dig in” award A player who sets a good example by working hard every day for the betterment of the team. 2015 Willie Britt Nick Lamb 2014 Greg DeLade 2013 Ian Gimbar 2012 Dan Deighan 2011 Patrick McDonough 2010 Mark Accomando Jason LoPipero 2009 Garrett Orr Ewan Wright 2008 William Moates 2007 Mike Nolan Matt Rathbun 2006 Dustin Good Tom Tarsitano 2005 Tom Wargacki 2004 Matt McGowan 2003 Matt Bernardo 2002 Steve Kreider 2001 Joseph Muccia 2000 Erik Hammar 1999 Joshua Carter 1998 Frank Marrero 1997 Chuck Richard

offensive MVP 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

Nick Palladino Michael Long Nick Palladino Cody Geyer Isaiah Vaughn Dan Deighan Terrence Dandridge Phil Cresta Eric Santagato Matt Johnson Derek DiMattina Kyle Douglass Michael Leanch Kodi Shay Justin Jones Joshua Carter Michael McCabe Michael McCabe Jason Brader Jason Brader

defensive MVP 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

Mike Luby Ian Gimbar Jeremey Thomas Jeremey Thomas Ian Gimbar Patrick McDonough Patrick McDonough Patrick McDonough Matt Rathbun Chris Musselman Chris Musselman Dan McCall Michael Della Pella Tony Briscella Beau Sherry Erik Hammar David Jones Ken Rayhon David Jones Steven Brady

special forces MVP 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

Stephen Szelong Stephen Szelong Connor Winter Joe Hogh Chase Nadell Chris Hartzell Chase Nadell Frank Emmett Ewan Wright Tom Tarsitano Joel Haddock Ryan Merrill Ryan Peer Ryan Peer Christopher Brown Christopher Brown Steve Doll Kenyamo McFarlane Kenyamo McFarlane Chuck Draper

Muhlenberg’s current helmet design was unveiled at Homecoming 2015 and replaced the “kicking Mule” that first appeared in 1977 and had been in place (with changes only to the stripes) since 1997. Here are some Mule helmet looks from (left to right) 2014, 1992, 1990, 1987 and 1967:

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rookie of the year 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

Luke Wiley (D) Nick Savant (O) Josh Messina (D) Max Cepeda (O) John Feaster (D) Nick Palladino (O) Jeremey Thomas (D) Andrew Kincaid (O) Ian Gimbar (D) Michael Long (O) Shane O’Connor (D) Isaiah Vaughn (O) Chase Nadell (D) Terrence Dandridge (O) Patrick McDonough Dan Aitkens (D) Phil Cresta (O) Cameron Ahouse John DeLuca Dustin Good Dan McCall Tim Opiel Michael Della Pella Matt Bernardo Anthony Wolfsohn Joshua Carter Mwaura Muroki

most improved 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

Michael Hogan Tyler Smith Chris Flynn (D) Nick Lamb (O) Gene Blanco (D) Michael Long (O) Johnathan Charles (D) Spencer Kane (O) Mark Mounayar (D) Scott Barton (O) Kenneth Cobb (D) Michael Porembski (O) Andy Curley Michael Katz Eric Santagato John DeLuca William Moates Chris Swensen Will Corbin Justin Adair (D) Chris Giannini (O) Tom Wargacki (D) Frank Santini (O) Chris Reed Mike Koth Bo Rodrigues Mwaura Muroki Mike Burke Michael McCabe Kevin Cannon


NCAA Leaders

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Muhlenberg has finished in the top 10 in a Division III statistical category 52 times: category total defense kickoff returns receiving yards punting pass defense kickoff returns completion percentage completion percentage turnover margin kickoff returns total defense scoring defense rushing defense kickoff returns field goals all-purpose yards receptions rushing defense field goal percentage scoring defense interceptions passing efficiency punt returns sacks kickoff returns turnovers lost pass efficiency defense kickoff returns

rank team/player 1 team 1 team 1 Rob Lokerson 1 Dave Lewis 1 team 1 Tom Oleksa 2 team 2 Nick Palladino 2 team 2 Joshua Carter 3 team 3 team 3 team 3 team 3 Chris Reed 3 Joshua Carter 3 Rob Lokerson 4 team 4 Connor Winter 4 team 4 Mike Burke 4 Pete Broas 5 Cody Geyer 5 Ian Gimbar 5 Chase Nadell 5 team 5 team 5 Kodi Shay

year avg/no 2004 195.5 1999 28.7 1993 141.7 1985 41.6 1983 76.4 1974 31.1 2014 .684 2014 .691 2002 +2.3 1999 35.0 2007 211.8 2004 10.3 2004 68.1 2002 25.3 2002 1.3 2000 203.1 1993 8.4 2014 77.9 2014 .882 2007 11.2 2000 1.0 1984 147.7 2013 17.1 2012 1.32 2010 29.5 2007 10 2004 79.3 2003 30.5

category passes had intercepted all-purpose yards pass efficiency defense fumbles lost kickoff returns rushing defense punt returns fumbles recovered all-purpose yards total offense field goals kickoff returns scoring defense rushing yards sacks passes had intercepted total defense passing offense punting sacks pass efficiency defense turnover margin kickoff returns field goals

rank team/player 6 team 6 Joshua Carter 7 team 7 team 7 Tom Murdock 8 team 8 team 8 team 8 Kodi Shay 8 Sean McCullough 9 Connor Winter 9 team 9 team 9 John DeLuca 9 team 9 team 9 team 9 team 9 Dave Brottman 10 team 10 team 10 team 10 Joshua Carter 10 Tom Mulroy

year avg/no 2014 4 1999 208.3 2007 86.3 2007 5 1984 25.0 2015 83.0 2013 16.5 2007 17 2003 186.6 1993 263.9 2014 1.36 2012 23.5 2011 12.8 2008 148.5 2007 3.67 2007 5 2005 253.6 1993 268.4 1984 39.6 2011 3.30 2008 94.7 2007 +1.6 2000 28.2 1984 1.11

Mule Football Support   The “100 Club” is a group of special men and women who support Muhlenberg College football by donating $100 for each game played by the Muhlenberg football team during the 2016 season — a total of $1,000. All proceeds go directly to the football program to provide assistance with the many items beyond the general

100 CLUB

operating budget.   All members receive:   • a Muhlenberg College 100 Club shirt   • mention in the game program   • a weekly football newsletter available only to 100 Club members   • all gifts are tax-deductible as allowable by law   • an invite to the Moravian pregame tailgate

For information on how to join the 100 Club, please contact Coach Donnelly at 484-664-3385.   The Cardinal & Grey Fund was established in 1989 to afford alumni, parents, and friends an opportunity to support the College’s athletic efforts and continue the tradition of excellence. Since

CARDINAL & GREY FUND

its inception, Cardinal & Grey contributions have impacted the quality of the athletic experience

PARENTS CLUB

for student-athletes in every sport by providing

  The members of the Muhlenberg Football Parents

revenue beyond the annual operating budget.

Club are very involved in the football experience of

  Gifts may be contributed to Cardinal & Grey, to a

their sons. The group provides t-shirts that are given

specific sport, or split. The first $50 of any sport-

out to the weekly award winners and hosts postgame

specific gift over $100 will be used to help com-

meals and the postseason banquet.

pensate for the annual financial support provided by the Cardinal & Grey Fund for that sport. Gifts of

2016 Officers

$1,500 and above qualify for membership in The

President - Dean Britt

Henry Melchior Muhlenberg Society.

Coordinators - Peter and Terri Hansen, Shawn and Tony Blasco, Lou and Gina Savant, Catherine Shana-

For information on how to join the Cardinal & Grey

han, Steve and Nancy Post, Frank and Robyn Lucchesi,

Fund, please contact Muhlenberg College Director

Mike and Thea Dranoff, Thomas and Nancy Mulkeen,

of Athletics Corey Goff at 484-664-3380.

Peggy Schmid

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Muhlenberg College 2016 football yearbook  

The 2016 Muhlenberg College football yearbook, featuring bios of coaches and players, statistics, records and history.

Muhlenberg College 2016 football yearbook  

The 2016 Muhlenberg College football yearbook, featuring bios of coaches and players, statistics, records and history.

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