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OAC FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS: ’26, ’27, ’29, ’30, ’31, ’39, ’49, ’50, ’55, ’60, ’65, ’66, ’75

FIGHTING MUSKIE FOOTBALL MUSKINGUM FACTS

ATHLETIC STAFF

Location .................................... New Concord, Ohio 43762 Founded ....................................................................... 1837 President ............................................... Dr. Anne C. Steele Switchboard ................................................. (740) 826-8211 Website ............................................. www.muskingum.edu Enrollment .................................................................... 1,700 Affiliation ................................ Presbyterian Church (USA) Nickname .................................................. Fighting Muskies Colors ................................................... Black and Magenta Affiliation .............................................. NCAA Division III Conference ................................. Ohio Athletic Conference Website ..................................................... www.oac.org

Athletic Director ...........................Larry Shank Athletic Secretary .........................Kathy Smith Athletic Department Fax ........................... Sports Information Director .......... Tom Caudill Sports Information Fax .............................. NCAA Faculty Rep ........................ Joe Wilson Athletic Trainer ............................... Ken Blood Ass’t Athletic Trainer ............... Alicia Wendell

FOOTBALL STAFF Head Coach .......................................................... Al Logan Alma Mater ........................................... Muskingum ’82 Record at Muskingum (Years) ........................ 14-36 (5) Office Phone ..........................................(740) 826-8216 E-Mail ..................................... alogan@muskingum.edu Assistant Coaches ...........................Jim Kaser, Shap Boyd, ............... Joe Montgomery, Nick Harding, K.B. Justus, ..... Steven Harris, Christopher Mobley, Luke Summers Equipment Manager .............................................. Bob Fox Scoreboard Operator ....................................... Ron Vessels Public Address Announcer ................................ John Miller

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COACHING DIRECTORY BASEBALL ......................... Gregg Thompson BASKETBALL (M) .......................Gene Ford BASKETBALL (W) ......................... Beth Fox CROSS COUNTRY ................ Jacob Gleason FOOTBALL ..................................... Al Logan GOLF (M) ..................................... Dave Kirby GOLF (W) ................................ John Ferguson SOCCER (M) ............................Seamus Reilly SOCCER (W) ..................... Mary Beth Caudill SOFTBALL .................................. Kari Hoying TENNIS (M) .............................Seamus Reilly TENNIS (W) ...................... Mary Beth Caudill TRACK & FIELD ................... Jacob Gleason VOLLEYBALL .... Dr. Elizabeth “Bea” Zicha WRESTLING ....................... Joe Montgomery

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2012 VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE September September September September October October October October November November

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Waynesburg University at University of Mount Union Baldwin Wallace University Wilmington College at Otterbein University John Carroll University at Heidelberg University at Ohio Northern University Capital University at Marietta College

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• Denotes Ohio Athletic Conference games 2012 JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE September September September September September October October October November

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at Waynesburg University at College of Wooster Wittenberg University Capital University Bethany College at Capital University Marietta College at Marietta College Washington & Jefferson College

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The entire Muskingum University football coaching staff stresses the importance of the Junior Varsity program and schedule. It is an integral part of individual player and team development. The program allows every player the opportunity to participate in a game each week.

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MUSKINGUM ADMINISTRATION Muskingum University was founded in 1837 as Muskingum College in New Concord, Ohio by the Presbyterian Church to prepare young men and women for leadership and service. For the past 172 years, this liberal arts institution has pursued its mission with uncommon success. Many twentieth-century national and world leaders are among its alumni: pioneer astronaut and U.S. Senator John Glenn; Ford Motor Company CEO Philip Caldwell; Depository Trust Company Founder and CEO William Dentzer; U.S. Ambassador and Goodyear Tire CEO Charles Pilliod; Robert Warner, the Sixth Archivist of the United States; AT&T Executive Vice President Harold Burlingame; and Jack Hanna, television zoologist. Nineteenth-century alumni include William Rainey Harper, founding President of the University of Chicago. Dr. ANNE CHARTIER STEELE became Muskingum's 20th president on January 1, 2000. She has led a period of intensive strategic planning and resource development, resulting in sound financial growth, effective resource investment, and unprecedented campus construction. These achievements have been recognized by BusinessWeek, The New York Times, The Chronicle of Higher Education, and National Public Radio. Under Dr. Steele's leadership, Muskingum's enrollment has grown in 12 years from 1,800 to more than 3,000 undergraduate and graduate students today. Dr. Steele's campus expansion and renewal initiatives have brought to fruition three new, state-of-the-art campus landmarks: Philip and Betsey Caldwell Hall, the 32,000 square-foot home of speech, theatre, electronic journalism and communications programs, dedicated in 2004; the Walter K. Chess Center, the 22,000 square-foot home of student activities, fitness, and recreation, dedicated in 2008; and Otto and Fran Walter Hall, the 28,000 square-foot home for music, world languages and the Center for the Advancement of Learning, dedicated in 2011. Completed “campus of the future” facilities projects also include the newly-constructed Ruth and John Neptune Art Center and multi-million dollar renovations and restorations to Muskingum's athletic complex and historic academic buildings. After earning her baccalaureate degree from Reed College, Dr. Steele studied at Princeton Theological Seminary and obtained her master's and doctoral degrees from Lehigh University. She is married to Reverend Rollin Steele. Their son and daughterin-law, Shaylor and Hema, are attorneys in Cleveland.

LARRY SHANK has been the director of athletics at Muskingum University since 2001. Under Shank’s leadership, Muskingum’s athletic facilities and programs have undergone unprecedented growth. Furthermore, he has increased the amount of departmental resources, which have significantly enhanced athletics at Muskingum. Shank was instrumental in the fundraising campaigns to bring ProGrass Turf to Sherman Field and the multi-million dollar renovations to the Recreation Center and John Glenn Gymnasium. The renovations feature the Cooper Wing, a football locker complex and the Kalnow Center, a state-of-the-art athletic training center, the Sherman Gateway and custom-made basketball locker room facilities. He is a native of St. Clairsville, Ohio, and graduate of Shepherd College and Western Michigan where he earned his master’s degree. Shank’s strong background in athletics expands across all NCAA Divisions and encompasses more than 35 years of experience. Prior to arriving in New Concord, Shank was assistant athletic director and head football coach at Heidelberg College. He also guided Heidelberg’s wrestling program to 104 wins which are the most in Heidelberg’s history, and he was named OAC Wrestling Coach of the Year in 1997. Shank is married to the former Barb Meyer; and the couple has two grown children, Gretchen and Chris. INSIDE THE HUDDLE WITH AL LOGAN AIRS WEEKLY ON MUSKINGUM’S YOUTUBE CHANNEL


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SHERMAN FIELD’S PROGRASS TURF Muskingum officially dedicated Sherman Football Field, honored the newest members of the Muskingum Athletic Hall of Fame and recognized the 1955 Ohio Athletic Conference football championship team during the Muskingum-Capital University Homecoming game on Saturday, October 15, 2005. During a special pre-game ceremony, Muskingum President Anne C. Steele presided over the dedication and ribbon-cutting of the new ProGrass artificial surface on Sherman Field in McConagha Stadium. Through the help of some 55 alumni and friends, including many former football players, the turf project became reality. ProGrass Turf, an artificial surface with rubber inlay, was installed in the summer of 2005 to enhance the athletic facilities of the football program. The fundraising initiative for the project was started by Muskingum and spearheaded by former Muskie players from the early 1970s through the 1980s including Dan Plumly (1975), Jim Purdy (1985), John Romeo (1971), Joe Divittorio (1984) and Tim Palmer (1988). Sherman Field’s state-of-the-art turf is an all-rubber system from ProGrass LLC (Pittsburgh), a leader in synthetic field design, manufacture and installation. The turf is built in several layers. A woven backing is tufted with 2-1/2” twisted green fibers made of polyethylene. This creates the turf carpet. A secondary backing, made of polyurethane, permanently locks the tufts into place. Infill, the last layer, is composed of recycled rubber granules that are installed on site. The installation of the ProGrass playing surface begins with the removal of the natural grass on the field. The surface is then leveled with gravel and a custom drainage system installed. From that point forward, the process is as much art as it is science. Despite the enormity of the project, it is virtually all done by hand. Installation begins at the 50-yard line. Using simple string plumb lines, the crew squares the first, ten-yard wide strip of green turf carpet along the sidelines. Using that first strip as a square angle to the sidelines, each subsequent strip is laid on top of its predecessor. The two strips are sewn by hand across the entire width of the field–160 feet. The sewn pieces are then opened like pages of a book to lay flat on the field. This process is repeated time after time until the entire playing surface– 6,400 square yards– is covered. Once the complete turf is in position, the crew hand cuts each and every white yard marker, hash mark, number and letter that appears on the field and in the end zones. The letters and numbers are cut with large stencils, and the same stencils are used to cut the corresponding shape into the green turf that is already installed. The shapes are then meticulously fitted together and permanently bonded into place by hand. Throughout this process, the field is constantly rolled by hand to assure a level playing surface. In addition, the dimensions of the field are constantly checked using a common (though very long) tape measure. If the measurements of the two long sides of the field are not the same, the turf is out of square and must be adjusted. Finally infill, tiny pellets of ground rubber, is sprayed onto the entire field. Using special machines, the pellets are “shaken” so that they sink into the base of the turf carpet. This provides stability and resilience to the turf. The vast majority of the work done by the installation crew is done on hands and knees with common, hardware store carpet knives, non-degradable nylon thread and patience. FOLLOW THE MUSKINGUM FOOTBALL NATION - FACEBOOK, TWITTER, YOUTUBE, ESCORES


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FOOTBALL LOCKER COMPLEX In 2007, Muskingum unveiled its new multi-million dollar Cooper Wing, a football locker complex, which features the Jones Players Lounge, the Tom and Melissa Bixler Senior Locker Room and the Kalnow Center, a state-of-the-art athletic training center in the Recreation Center/John Glenn Gymnasium athletic facility. The renovations put the Muskie football program in one of the finest facilities in Division III in the nation. The new 14,000 square-foot complex includes: • Varsity football locker room • Tom and Melissa Bixler Senior Locker Room • Freshmen football locker center • Meeting rooms for offense and defense • Jones Players Lounge • Multiple high definition televisions • Video room • Equipment issue room • Taping rooms • Modern rehabilitation facility

“This much needed renovation launches a new era of renovation in our athletic facilities. We are deeply grateful for the support of our alumni donors – William and Sandra Cooper, Carl and Kristin Kalnow, and Martin and Nancie Jones, and Tom and Melissa Bixler. They have helped Muskingum fulfill its promise to educate the whole person, providing our students with enhanced opportunities to enjoy the physical, social, and educational benefits of collegiate athletics.” - Muskingum President Dr. Anne C. Steele

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McCONAGHA STADIUM/SHERMAN FIELD McConagha Stadium serves as the home for Fighting Muskie football for the 87th season this fall. Muskingum played the first game in the stadium on Sept. 27, 1925, resulting in a 7-7 tie with Rio Grande. Prior to the building of McConagha Stadium, the Fighting Muskies made their home on a field located south of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad station in the Village of New Concord. The man responsible for the building of the stadium was George Cameron “Cam” McConagha. Cam was hired in 1907 by President J. Knox Montgomery as janitor of the old college buildings. He soon worked his way into the position of superintendent of maintenance, the position he held until his retirement in 1956. President Montgomery, who referred to Cam as the “Wizard on the Campus,” gave McConagha the go ahead to build the stadium after contractors turned in bids of $150,000 for the project. McConagha started the project in 1924 and finished it in 1925 for the start of the football season. Cam was able to complete the project, which included the purchase of machinery and the land itself, for $59, 676. A large portion of that cost was covered by a fund-raising campaign that was started in 1923 for the completion of the stadium as well as other athletic facilities, including a baseball diamond, hockey field, and practice fields. In 1981, the track surrounding the playing field of the stadium was renovated. An eight-lane, all-weather track was installed through the generous donations of the families of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Johnson. During the summer of 2012, the Johnson Family Track was reconstructed with a state-of-the art Beynon BSS 300 track. The Beynon BSS 300 is a durable, all-weather, flood and chip sandwich system with excellent shock absorption and the highest return of energy. The new track is a great benefit for athletic training, and provides a state-of-the-art facility for student and community recreational use. On Oct. 4, 1986, Muskingum President Arthur J. DeJong announced that the field in McConagha Stadium would be named The Edgar A. Sherman Field. Coach Sherman, a 1936 graduate of Muskingum, made the Fighting Muskies a football powerhouse in the 22 years that he was at the helm. From 1945 until 1966, Sherman amassed 141 wins, 43 losses and seven ties. He was the mentor for two undefeated teams and six Ohio Athletic Conference championship squads. Prior to the 1998 season, the stadium was upgraded with lights, allowing the Fighting Muskies to play night games. In 2003, Muskingum completed Phase I of the planned stadium improvements, which features a new concession stand, new sections of aluminum seating, a new scoreboard, new restrooms, a larger walkway with landscaping at the top of the stadium, and painting of the concrete stands. In 2005, Phase II was completed with the installation of ProGrass Turf, an artificial surface with rubber inlay, on Sherman Field.

MUSKINGUM RECREATION CENTER In 1986, Muskingum proudly opened the doors of its new Recreation Center. Since then, the Fighting Muskies, students, faculty, staff and the New Concord community have utilized this 117,000 square-foot facility. Additionally, Muskingum recently unveiled its new multi-million dollar Cooper Wing and the Kalnow Training Center in the Recreation Center/John Glenn Gymnasium athletic facility. A 2,500-seat varsity gymnasium; a 6,000 square-foot weight room that includes 15 half racks (each with 450 lbs.); 50 pairs of dumbbells; three ham-glute machines; two back stations; 13 jump/stretch/flex band stations; and a 1,100 square-foot cardiovascular fitness area that features treadmills, steppers, elliptical cross trainers, bikes and circuit training machines all are located in the Recreation Center. This elevator-equipped facility features racquetball courts; batting cages; an aerobics room; a lap pool; locker rooms for athletic and visiting teams, officials, faculty and students; seminar rooms; staff offices; a laundry room; an athletic training room; the Muskingum Athletic Hall of Fame; and the Muskie SkyBox, which overlooks the varsity gymnasium. Additionally, the Recreation Center houses the John Glenn Gym Area. This portion of the facility encompasses one full-size basketball court, used extensively for varsity practices, intramurals and other recreation. FOLLOW THE MUSKINGUM FOOTBALL NATION - FACEBOOK, TWITTER, YOUTUBE, ESCORES


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MUSKINGUM’S GROWING CAMPUS The new 28,000 square-foot Otto and Fran Walter Hall, located on Muskingum’s historic East Campus, more than doubles the Music Department’s current space, and offers a state-of-theart environment for teaching and learning in the twenty-first century. The building features: · Two recital halls · Composing and arranging laboratory · Acoustically-designed classrooms · Piano, percussion & ensemble studios · Faculty studios · Practice rooms · Music library · Walter Hall’s lower level provides a spacious home with 21st century instructional space for Muskingum’s French, Spanish, and German programs and the Center for Advancement of Learning

The 22,000 square-foot Walter K. Chess Center, dedicated in the fall of 2008, includes the Robert E. Winn Family Legacy Center. Its striking pedestrian bridge connects the east and west residential hills. It provides students with: · Events hall · Game room · Snack bar · Lighted terrace · 5,000 square-foot fitness center circuit training cardiovascular equipment free-weight areas dance, yoga, aerobics studios · Exercise studio/classroom · Resource center for experiential education · Seminar classrooms · Meeting rooms The 32,000 square-foot Philip and Betsey Caldwell Hall is a state-of-the-art academic complex which houses Muskingum’s speech, journalism and theatre programs, as well as its graphic arts initiative. Special features include: · Twenty-first century instructional space featuring a full, multi-media classroom, computer-aided design laboratory, lecture hall and seminar rooms · A communication center replete with separate radio and television studios · Faculty offices to accommodate growth in the professorial ranks · The Sandra Wolfe Thompson Theatre · Exhibit hall · Lobby/atrium · Stage and orchestra pit/control booth · Dressing rooms · Technical support areas · Experimental theatre/rehearsal hall · Costume laboratories · Set design laboratories · Laundry center INSIDE THE HUDDLE WITH AL LOGAN AIRS WEEKLY ON MUSKINGUM’S YOUTUBE CHANNEL


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THIS IS MUSKINGUM UNIVERSITY Long considered one of the nation's strongest regional academic institutions, Muskingum's enthusiasm for the future has never been stronger. Muskingum has experienced a period of intensive strategic planning and resource development. This endeavor has resulted in sound financial growth, effective resource investment, and unprecedented campus construction - and has been noted in BusinessWeek magazine, The Chronicle of Higher Education, and featured on National Public Radio. The effects of such planning are tangible across campus. Over the past 12 years, the University's enrollment has expanded from 1,800 to more than 3,000 undergraduate and graduate students. Under the leadership of President Dr. Anne C. Steele, Muskingum has entered a period of intensive growth and renewal in facilities. These include three state-of-the-art campus landmarks: Philip and Betsey Caldwell Hall, the 32,000 squarefoot home of speech, theatre, electronic journalism and communications programs, dedicated in 2004; the Walter K. Chess Center, the 22,000 square-foot home of student activities, fitness, and recreation, dedicated in 2008; and Otto and Fran Walter Hall, the 28,000 square-foot home for music, world languages and the Center for the Advancement of Learning, dedicated in 2011. Completed “campus of the future” facilities projects also include the newly-constructed Ruth and John Neptune Art Center and multi-million dollar renovations and restorations to Muskingum's athletic complex and historic academic buildings. Offering 46 undergraduate and interdisciplinary majors, including Nursing, Engineering Science and Graphic Design

and 10 pre-professional programs, three master's degree programs, and the Muskingum Adult Program, the university serves the east central Ohio community and beyond. Muskingum's mission is to develop - intellectually, spiritually, socially and physically - whole persons, by fostering critical thinking, position action, ethical sensitivity and spiritual growth. Muskingum meets student where they are, helping each to discover his or her own potential. Small class sizes and the personal attention of an exceptional and dedicated faculty create an atmosphere of success and achievement. Founded in 1837 by Presbyterians of Scotch-Irish descent, Muskingum continues to be associated with the Presbyterian Church (USA) and takes its church-relatedness very seriously, offering courses in religion and philosophy and a full complement of religious-life programs. Many 20th-century national and world leaders are among Muskingum's alumni: pioneer astronaut and U.S. Senator John Glenn; Ford Motor Company CEO Philip Caldwell; Depository Trust Company Founder and CEO William Dentzer; U.S. Ambassador and Goodyear Tire CEO Charles Pilliod; AT&T Executive Vice President Harold Burlingame; and Jack Hanna, television zoologist. Nineteenth-century alumni include William Rainey Harper, founding President of the University of Chicago.

To learn more about the special opportunities at Muskingum, visit us online at www.muskingum.edu, or call 800-752-6082 to arrange a visit.

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THIS IS MUSKINGUM UNIVERSITY PROFILE Location Village of New Concord, along Interstate 70; 1 hr. east of Columbus 2 hrs. south of Cleveland 2 hrs. SW of Pittsburgh Degrees Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Science Master of Arts in Education Master of Arts in Teaching Master of Information, Strategy, Systems and Technology

Statistical 1,700 undergrads 1,300 graduate and continuing education students Student to Faculty ratio: 15:1 225 acres 21 major buildings 90% of faculty hold a Ph.D. or highest degree in their fields Affiliation Presbyterian Church (USA)

ACADEMIC MAJORS & PROGRAMS Accounting Art Biology Business Chemistry Christian Education Computer Science Early Childhood Education Earth Science Economics Engineering Science English French Geology German History Mathematics Middle Childhood Education Music Nursing Philosophy Physical Education Physics Political Science Psychology Religion Religion & Philosophy Sociology Spanish Special Education Speech Communication Theatre Interdisciplinary Majors American Studies Child & Family Studies Conservation Science Criminal Justice Environmental Science GraphicDesign Humanities International Affairs International Business Journalism Molecular Biology Neuroscience Public Affairs Self-Designed

Pre-Professional Programs Christian Ministry Dentistry Engineering Law Medical Technology Medicine Pharmacy Physical Therapy Speech Pathology/Audiology Veterinary Medicine Teacher Licensure Early Childhood Middle Childhood Adolescent/Young Adult Multi-Age - Foreign Language - Music - Physical Education & Health - Visual Arts Special Education Intervention Specialist Reading Endorsement

RESIDENTIAL 95% of students live on campus or in the Village of New Concord Facilities Finney Hall Fraternity Houses Kelley Hall Lexington Arms Apartments Memorial Hall Moore Hall Patton Hall Program Houses Sorority Suites Student Townhouses Thomas Hall

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE More than 90% of enrolled students receive some form of assistance. Academic Scholarships The John H. Glenn Scholarship Fund Presidential Scholarships Faculty Scholarships Science Scholarships Performance Awards Music, Art, Journalism, Forensics, Digital Media Design and Theatre Awards of Circumstance/Other Special Acknowledgement Awards Alumni Grants Appalachian Regional Grants Clergy Grants Presbyterian Grants Sibling Credit General Motors/Equal Opportunity Scholarships National Presbyterian Scholarship Access Scholarships Horizon Awards Need-Based Assistance In addition to the above, Muskingum offers grant, loan and work assistance to students demonstrating financial need.

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MUSKINGUM HEAD COACH AL LOGAN, the 2009 Ohio Athletic Conference Football Coach of the Year, is entering his sixth year as head coach for the Muskie football team. Logan, a 1982 Muskingum graduate and a former Muskingum All-American and member of the Muskingum Athletic Hall of Fame, has rewritten Muskingum’s offensive records with his spread-option offense in his first five years at the helm of the program. The Muskies have set new school marks for most passing attempts in a season, most touchdown passes in a season, most passing yards in a season, most pass completions in a season, most first downs passing in a season, most passing attempts for a game and best average passing yards per game. Quarterback Jake Burns, a two-time All-OAC honoree, ended his tenure under Logan’s guidance as the all-time career leader at Muskingum in passing yards (5,170) and total offense (6,265 yards). Logan served as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for the Muskies from 2006-2007. Prior to arriving in New Concord, Logan served as Wittenberg University’s offensive coordinator and quarterback coach from 2004-2006. During his tenure, he installed the spread option offense that averaged 38 points and 432 yards of offense per game, ranking among the best in the North Coast Athletic Conference and NCAA Division III. A total of 15 Tigers were honored with all-conference recognition on the offensive side of the ball under Logan’s tutelage. In 1998, he coached at Davidson College, where he implemented the spread option offense that helped Davidson to a school-record five straight winning seasons (1998-2002) and a country-best winning streak of 18 consecutive victories from 1998-2000. He helped guide the 2000 squad to the school’s first-ever 10-0 season, was offensive coordinator for two seasons and recruiting coordinator from 2000-03. From 1984-98, Logan coached at The University of the South, serving as head coach of the football, wrestling and track and field teams at various times. He was defensive coordinator for teams that won conference titles in 1990 and 1992, while ranking in the top 10 nationally in total defense. Additionally, Logan coached seven NCAA track and field qualifiers, three of whom went on to earn All-American honors, and 76 all-conference athletes. He was named Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Track Coach of the Year in 1991 and 1992. Logan started his coaching career at Miami University (Ohio) in 1982 as an assistant wrestling coach. After earning a master’s degree in physical education from Miami, he served as defensive backs coach, strength coach and assistant track and field coach at John Carroll University in 1983-84. Logan was a four-year letterwinner (1978-82) for Muskingum College, in football as an offensive lineman and in wrestling, and he was team captain in both sports. As a wrestler, Logan won more than 100 matches in his career and won the Ohio Athletic Conference Championship in 1981 and 1982. He was selected Outstanding Wrestler of the 1982 OAC Championship Meet and was a two-time All-American in the sport. Logan garnered the William G. Moore Award for “Outstanding Senior Athlete” in 1981-1982 and was inducted into the Muskingum Athletic Hall of Fame in 2004. Logan is married to Muskingum alumna Patti Gallagher. The couple has two college-age sons, Nick and Cameron. Coach Logan’s previous coaching experience: 2006-07: Assistant football coach (offensive coordinator) at Muskingum College 2004-06: Assistant football coach (offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach) at Wittenberg University 1998-2003: Assistant football coach at Davidson College 1984-1998: Head Coach football (1994-95) and assistant coach football (1984-93 & 96-98) at the Univ. of the South 1983-84: Assistant football coach (defensive backs) at John Carroll University 1982: Graduate assistant wrestling coach at Miami University of Ohio FOLLOW THE MUSKINGUM FOOTBALL NATION - FACEBOOK, TWITTER, YOUTUBE, ESCORES


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MUSKINGUM ASSISTANT COACHES SHAP BOYD, the 2011 Ohio Athletic Conference Co-Assistant Coach of the Year, is entering his sixth season as defensive coordinator for the Fighting Muskie program. Since arriving in New Concord, Boyd has changed the face of the Muskie defense with his aggressive 4-3 scheme. Under Boyd’s guidance, the Muskies have climbed into the upper tier of the Ohio Athletic Conference in defensive rankings. Last season, Boyd masterminded the hard-hitting unit that led the league with 37 sacks, ranked second in rushing defense, third in total defense and third in scoring defense. In the national spotlight, the Muskie defense ranked fourth in sacks, 20th in rushing defense, 44th in scoring defense and 71st in total defense. Boyd came to New Concord from Washington University in St. Louis, where he was defensive coordinator from 2004-06. Under his guidance, the Bears’ defense ranked third in NCAA Division III in total defense and 10th in rushing defense. Furthermore, both of his defensive squads in 2004 and 2005 were among the best in the nation in total defense. Under his tutelage, three Bears garnered All-American accolades, including Drew Wethington, who led the country in tackles for loss. Prior to his tenure at Washington University, Boyd spent five seasons at Jacksonville University, a Division I-AA nonscholarship program in Jacksonville, Fla. He served as the defensive coordinator and associate head coach while at Jacksonville, where he helped lead the Dolphins to the Southern Division Championship of the Pioneer Football League. Boyd, with more than 20 years of collegiate coaching experience and membership on the Program Committee of the American Football Coaches Association, brings a wealth of knowledge to the Fighting Muskie program. His previous coaching stints include stops at Middle Tennessee State, University of Kentucky, Lock Haven University, Lycoming College and the University of the South (Sewanee). Additionally, Boyd spent two years coaching high school football at Lake Highland Prep in Orlando, Fla. Boyd graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in psychology from the University of the South in 1985 after a four-year playing career at free safety, where he played for Coach Logan. The two-time All-Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference selection was voted team captain as a senior and helped lead Sewanee to a conference championship in 1983. Boyd received his master’s degree in health, physical education, recreation and safety in 1987 from Middle Tennessee State. Boyd and his wife, Elizabeth, who is the vice president of the American Football Coaches Wives Association, have three children, E’lee, Ashleigh and Quint. JIM KASER is in his 15th season on the Muskingum University football coaching staff. Kaser serves as running backs coach. Kaser, who coached the offensive line prior to this season, helped Muskingum’s running attack average nearly 200 yards per game in 2005 and aided former running back Trevor Cooper to his 3,007 career yards, which ranks fourth all-time. In 2002, the offensive line opened the holes for Cooper to become the first Muskie in more than a decade to eclipse 1,000 rushing yards in a season. Thirteen offensive linemen have achieved All-Ohio Athletic Conference status under Kaser’s tutelage. Kaser, a 1974 graduate of Muskingum College, returned to his alma mater following a 21-year stint as head football coach at Tri-Valley High School in Dresden, Ohio. Kaser and his wife, Jackie, have three children, Kristi, Kortney and Karley. Karley was the 13th member of the Kaser family to attend Muskingum. INSIDE THE HUDDLE WITH AL LOGAN AIRS WEEKLY ON MUSKINGUM’S YOUTUBE CHANNEL


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MUSKINGUM ASSISTANT COACHES JOE MONTGOMERY enters his sixth year as a defensive end coach on the Muskie staff.

NICK HARDING enters his third year on the Muskie staff. He will coach linebackers.

Montgomery arrived in New Concord from Emory & Henry College, where he had served as an assistant football coach. He attended Mount Union College, where he competed in wrestling and football. He was a four-year member of the Mount Union football team that won four Ohio Athletic Conference Championships and two National Championships (2002, 2006).

Harding came to New Concord after playing for Appalachian State and West Liberty University.

Montgomery graduated from Mount Union with a B.A. in business management in 2006.

At Appalachain State, Harding was a member of two national title teams. During his playing days at West Liberty, Harding was a three-time First Team AllWVIAC linebacker, First Team All-Region, a Don Hansen Gazette All-Super Region linebacker and 2009 CDS Preseason All-American. Additionally, he was named team captain twice and led the WVIAC in 2008 with 115 tackles. Harding graduated from West Liberty in 2009 with a B.S. in exercise physiology.

LUKE SUMMERS enters his first season as offensive line coach on the Muskie staff.

CHRISTOPHER MOBLEY enters his first year as defensive line coach on the Muskie staff.

Summers arrived in New Concord after serving as an offensive line coach at the University of Mount Union. Summers, who played in 43 games for the Purple Raiders, was part of the 2006 and 2008 National Championship teams.

Mobley was a defensive standout at Indiana State University and previously served as the wide receivers and defensive backs coach at Tusky Valley High School. Mobley graduated from Kent State University in 2011 with a degree in educational studies.

As a senior in 2008, he earned All-Ohio Athletic Conference First Team and D3Football.com All-American honors. He graduated in 2009 from Mount Union with a degree in business administration. STEVEN HARRIS enters his first year as wide receivers coach on the Muskie staff. Harris came to Muskingum after serving as an assistant coach at Ferrum College.

K.B. JUSTUS enters his first year as defensive backs coach on the Muskie staff. Justus, who previously served as a student assistant coach for Muskingum, was a twoyear letterman for the Muskies during his playing days as a defensive back.

Harris, who also played football at Ferrum, Justus graduated from Muskingum in 2011 was a USA South All-Conference running back and was honored with USA South Academic All- with a degree in physical and health education. Conference accolades. Harris graduated from Ferrum in 2012 with a degree in health and human performance. FOLLOW THE MUSKINGUM FOOTBALL NATION - FACEBOOK, TWITTER, YOUTUBE, ESCORES


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Name Anthony Frye Wes Rataiczak Terence Lofton Thomas Ross Jr. Darell Jones Nathaniel Poling Stephen Davis Marquell Bailey Jaques Dorsey-Merrion Jerry Manukin Matthew Hundenski Alex Meredith Alex Adams Danny Snively David Carroll Xavier Roberts Tristan Heath Shane Dotson Tracey Barnes Aaron Smith Logan Ladd Alvin Taylor Jordan Smith Kevin Comerford Jacob Vecchio Adam Albertson Garrett Clark Andy McMillen Matt Sitter Damond Goggins Steve Stooksbury Erik Hall Zach Harris Luke Weber Rob Bartosiewicz Aaron Perkins Alex Simmons Denny Ardman Jacob Antolak Avery Allender Nathan Caplan Zack Grimm Mike Gibbs Ben Durbin Nick Beany Josh Haase Jared Penrod Craig Frant Shawn Hannon Evan Wiggall Joseph Eller Jacob Houston Andy Johnson Josh Frederick Fred Lowe

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

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

Wt. 225 230 223 190 175 195 170 175 178 180 185 170 185 195 175 155 155 210 190 170 215 160 207 180 163 215 198 200 220 220 235 205 215 200 208 195 200 275 252 235 206 230 275 175 240 233 230 265 245 240 305 285 285 265 315

Yr. Hometown/High School Jr. Coshocton Jr. Sarahsville/Shenandoah So. Columbus/South Jr. Canton/GlenOak Jr. Alliance So. Logan Sr. New London Jr. Mayfield Hts./Mayfield So. Columbus/Mifflin So. Bridgeport/St. John Central So. Aliquippa, Pa./Hopewell Senior So. North Canton/Glen Oak Jr. Cincinnati/Oak Hills Sr. Plain City/Jonathan Alder Jr. Marion/Marion Pleasant So. Piqua Jr. Louisville/St. Thomas Aquinas Jr. Library, Pa./South Park So. Cincinnati/Mount Healthy Jr. Delaware/River View Sr. Harrison/William Henry Harrison Jr. Steubenville So. West Sunbury/Moniteau Jr.-Sr. High School Jr. Cincinnati/Turpin So. Middleburg Heights/Midpark So. Germantown/Valley View So. Logan Jr. Canton/Canton South Jr. Macedonia/Nordonia So. Monongahela, Pa./Ringgold Sr. Medina/Highland Jr. Louisville, Ky./Saint Francis DeSales So. Lucas Jr. Loudonville So. Penfield, N.Y. Jr. Westlake So. South Euclid/Brush Jr. Canal Fulton/Northwest Sr. St. Clairsville Jr. New Concord/John Glenn So. Ashville/Teays Valley Sr. Salem Sr. Vienna/Mathews Jr. Danville/Danville Local So. Marysville Jr. Grand Blanc, Mich./Grand Blanc Community School Jr. Delaware/Buckeye Valley Jr. Colchester, Conn./Bacon Academy Jr. Cambridge Jr. Grove City/Grove City Christian So. Fairborn So. Barnesville Jr. Howard/East Knox Local Schools Jr. Fairfield/Cincinnati Christian Jr. East Liverpool

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No. 79 80 82 83 84 85 87 88 89 90 92 96 97 99

Name Joey McGovern Bryson Stephen Philip Hughes Jordan Parker Marvin Morris Tyler Granlee Jordan Abdalla James Washington Sammie Nichols Darius Coggins Jeremy Heck Tony Moore Caleb Carpenter Greg Fox Matt Adkins Tyler Albitz Devan Anderson Zach Barry William Bell Joshua Blair Jacob Blevins Korey Briggs Mathew Buckalew Lunden Butler Mikey Carroll Sheldon Chun Jr. Paul Cicconetti Jacob Clark Desmond Cloud James Cocks Ian Cottrill James Crawford Thomas Crute Cody Debo Joseph DeWitt III Alex Dickey Raymond Doss Travis Drumm Josh Easter Nate Easter Holden Fellers Jacob Francisco Derrek Fulk Chaney Fulton Gianni Fuscardo Casedy Goins Benjamin Handley Brandon Hardy Austin Henthorn Dakota Herrington Ronta Hill-Morton Patrick Hoben Christopher Hoffman Kamerin Huntley Richard Johnson

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

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

Wt. 290 228 195 185 160 190 200 186 168 247 255 225 170 200 170 210 180 215 165 240 205 204 205 175 160 215 245 250 315 160 180 165 150 160 230 150 175 245 200 200 165 175 280 205 190 240 270 180 220 190 150 255 290 140 240

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

Hometown/High School Layton, Utah Barnesville Parkersburg, W.Va./Parkersburg Catholic New Concord/John Glenn Cincinnati/Robert A. Taft Marion/Marion Catholic Richmond/Edison Lorain/Clearview South Charleston/Southeastern Cincinnati/Princeton North Lima/South Range Columbus/Saint Francis DeSales Lancaster/Amanda-Clearcreek Cambridge Franklin South Park, Pa. Maple Heights Chardon Cinncinnati/Robert A. Taft Zanesville Chambersburg, Pa. Ravenna Plain City/Jonathan Alder Canton/GlenOak Marion/Marion Pleasant Carmichaels, Pa. Wooster/Tri-Way Shadyside Youngstown/Youngstown Christian Sugar Grove/Berne Union Cambridge Cincinnati/Withrow University H.S. Bellbrook Loudonville Oberlin/Firelands North Lima/South Range Cleveland/Cleveland Heights Heath Bellbrook Bellbrook Gnadenhutten/Indian Valley Oberlin Crooksville West Jefferson Wellsburg, W. Va./Brooke Zanesville Grove City Lyndhurst/Charles F. Brush Vincent/Warren Local Orrville Canton/GlenOak Bound Brook, N.J. Grove City Cincinnati/Northwest Franklin

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Name Shannon Johnson Jr. Michael Johnston Ethan Jones Zachary Kuhn Jordan Lee Ronne Lehtomaki Jeffrey Leist Alex Lesley Dashaun Lewis Sam Lucas Juwan Mitchell Giovanni Myers Dylan Osborn Barry Parks Demetrius Phillips Donnie Pickens Jonathan Pickering Jacob Porter Demonte’ Powell Matt Rice Trevon Sawyer Darren Shoop Devin Sibby Bryan Smith C.J. Snider Zac Snively Josh Snyder Isaac Spruiel Cameron Stewart Alex Sullivan John Tenoglia Steven Vinson Jr. Desmond Waden Cody Walker Xavier West Keith White Davon Wicker Michael Wilcox Artie Wilkins Cody Williams Joshua Williams

Pos. WR DL DB DB LB OL K QB RB OL DB DE DL LB RB RB LB RB RB OL DB DB DE OL QB OL DB LB WR LB DE LB RB DB RB DE DE LB DL QB LB

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

Wt. 140 200 170 165 190 180 235 165 218 255 165 210 295 225 150 193 210 170 140 250 178 165 220 260 215 265 150 175 180 205 255 228 180 170 205 235 190 205 260 165 235

Yr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Hometown/High School Akron/Akron North Sheffield/Brookside Lancaster Library, Pa./South Park Cleveland/Cleveland J.F.K. Orrville Piketon Columbus/Franklin Heights Cambridge Springboro Barberton Cridersville/Perry Mcdermott/Northwest Lyndhurst/Brush Barberton Bedford Ashland/Mapleton Dayton/Chaminade-Julienne Akron/Akron North New Concord/John Glenn Berea Chambersburg, Pa. Genoa Xenia Berea Plain City/Jonathan Alder Casstown/Miami East Columbus/Columbus South Columbus/Bexley River Grove, Ill./Guerin College Prep Reedsville/Eastern Akron/Kenmore Cleveland/John F. Kennedy Carrollton Lancaster Cincinnati/Withrow University H.S. Steubenville Dayton/Northridge Burgettstown, Pa. West Jefferson Hemlock/Miller

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2012 MUSKINGUM SEASON PREVIEW THE SCHEDULE Muskingum University returns 23 letterwinners, including 14 starters (8 on defense/6 on offense) as they prepare to challenge for an upper tier spot in the rugged Ohio Athletic Conference in 2012. The season opens at home in the friendly confines of McConagha Stadium against Waynesburg University on September 1. The Muskies have an all-time 7-6 record against the Yellow Jackets. After the opener, Muskingum opens Ohio Athletic Conference play at the University of Mount Union on September 15 at 7:00 p.m. Muskingum then welcomes Baldwin Wallace University to New Concord on September 22 and Wilmington College to Sherman Field for a night game on September 29. Muskingum hits the road on October 6 for a night game at Otterbein University. The Fighting Muskies return home on October 13 to celebrate Homecoming against John Carroll University. Over the last four seasons, the Muskies and Blue Streaks’ games have been decided by a total of 18 points, with the Muskies winning a pair. Following Homecoming, the Muskies conclude their season with three of their final four games on the road. On October 20 Muskingum travels to Heidelberg University and on October 27 Muskingum makes the trek to Ohio Northern University. Last season, Muskingum stunned the ninth-ranked Polar Bears with a dominating 27-7 win.

The Muskies celebrate Senior Day on November 3 against Capital University and conclude its campaign on November 10 in the Shriners’ Game at rival Marietta College. The Muskies have won three straight against the Pioneers, which means the Muskies have won the Shriners’ Trophy every year since the Shriners game commenced in 2009. THE OFFENSE On offense, Muskingum returns six starters from last year's team that churned out 293 yards and 17.6 points per game. The biggest question mark for the Muskies entering preseason camp will be at the quarterback position. Head Coach Al Logan will have several upperclassmen and several freshmen battling to be the primary signal caller. The Muskie offense will feature AllOhio Athletic Conference junior wide out James Washington. Washington led all Muskie receivers last year with 738 yards and four touchdowns. His 738 receiving yards ranked second all-

time for a single season at Muskingum. The standout receiver ranked fifth in the OAC in receiving yards and eighth in receptions. Also aiding in the offensive attack will be junior running back Anthony Frye. Frye racked up 202 yards on 52 totes last season en route to averaging 3.9 yards per carry. He ended the year with a pair of touchdowns. Junior running back Shane Dotson who notched two touchdowns in 2011 will also help lead the Muskie running game. A strength for the offense this season will be the veteran experience the Muskies will field across the offensive line. Anchoring the line will be All-Ohio Athletic Conference honoree junior Denny Ardman. Ardman will also serve as a captain for the Muskies this fall. Flanking Ardman will be junior Andy Johnson, junior Shawn Hannon and senior Mike Gibbs.

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2012 MUSKINGUM SEASON PREVIEW THE DEFENSE On defense, Muskingum is coming off one of its most successful campaigns in program history. Led by OAC Co-Assistant Coach of the Year Shap Boyd, Muskingum's hard-hitting unit led the league with 37 sacks, ranked second in rushing defense, third in total defense and third in scoring defense. In the national spotlight, the Muskie defense ranked fourth in sacks, 20th in rushing defense, 44th in scoring defense and 71st in total defense. The Muskie defense returns eight starters and will be led by the senior trio of Jake Antolak, Logan Ladd and Steve Stooksbury. interception and one fumble recovery. Antolak, a defensive lineman and captain, notched 30 stops last year. Ladd, a captain, registered 36 hits from his linebacker position. Stooksbury, a defensive end, led the team in tackles for loss with 7.5, and added 44 stops with four sacks. Also aiding the defense will be the junior defensive back trio of Darrell Jones, Stephen Davis and Tristan Heath.

Davis recorded seven hits and was a standout on special teams where he led the Muskies in kick return and punt return average. Heath recorded 31 tackles and made one interception. SPECIAL TEAMS Muskingum has the luxury of returning both of its kickers from last season. Senior punter Danny Snively ranked third in the league averaging 39.4

yards per punt with 12 boots inside the 20. He had a long of 64 yards with seven touchbacks and two fair catches. Junior Caleb Carpenter connected on 6-of-8 field goals, including a careerbest 40-yarder. He also averaged 57.4 yards per kickoff. Muskingum opens the season at home on September 1 against Waynesburg University. Game time is slated for 1:00 p.m. and will be broadcast live on the Muskie Sports Network.

Jones made 20 stops and had one

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MEET THE FIGHTING MUSKIES ANDREW DAVIS DEFENSIVE BACK • #7 Senior • 5-10 • 170 New London MAJOR: Speech Communication PARENTS:

Susie Davis

BIO: Will be Muskingum’s primary kick

returner...Will compete for a starting position in the defensive secondary. NO 2010 15 2011 12 TOTALS 27

KOR/YDS 300 301 601

AVG 20.0 25.1 22.3

TD 0 0 0

LNG 43 48 48

TACK TFL SCK PBU INT FF FR BLK 2011 7 0.5 0 1 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 7 0.5 0 1 0 0 0 0

LOGAN LADD DEFENSIVE LINE • #32 Senior • 5-10 • 215 Cleves/Harrison MAJOR:

Business PARENTS: Mike and Pam Ladd BIO: Named captain for the 2012 season...Will help anchor the defensive line. TACK TFL SCK PBU INT FF 2008 11 0 0 0 0 0 2009 20 1 0 0 0 0 2011 36 4 1 0 0 1 TOTALS 67 5 1 0 0 1

FR BLK 1 0 0 0 2 0 3 0

STEVE STOOKSBURY DEFENSIVE LINE • #42 Senior • 6-2 • 235 Centerburgh/Highland MAJOR: Special Education PARENTS:

Bob and Lisa Stooksbury

BIO: Named All-OAC in 2011...Will help

anchor the defensive line. TACK TFL SCKS PBU INT FF FR BLK 2009 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2010 20 4.5 2.5 0 0 0 0 0 2011 44 7.5 4 1 0 1 0 0 TOTALS 70 12 6.5 1 0 1 0 0 FOLLOW THE MUSKINGUM FOOTBALL NATION - FACEBOOK, TWITTER, YOUTUBE, ESCORES


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MEET THE FIGHTING MUSKIES DANNY SNIVELY TIGHT END • #21 Senior • 6-1 • 195 Plain City/Jonathan Alder MAJOR: Special Education PARENTS: John and Marilyn Snively BIO:

Will be starting punter and wide receiver.

2009 2010 2011 TOTALS

PUNTS 54 54 51 159

YDS 1917 2002 2009 5928

AVG 35.5 37.1 39.4 37.3

LNG 70 60 64 70

I20 17 13 12 42

JACOB ANTOLAK DEFENSIVE LINE • #51 Senior • 6-4 • 252 Saint Clairsville MAJOR: Physical Education PARENTS: Rick and Jill Antolak BIO: Named captain for 2012...Will help

anchor the defensive line. TACK TFL SCK PBU INT FF FR BLK 2009 22 5 0 0 0 1 0 0 2010 10 0.5 0 0 0 1 1 0 2011 30 1.5 0.5 0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 62 7 0.5 0 0 2 1 0

ANDY JOHNSON OFFENSIVE LINE • #72 Senior • 6-3 • 285 Bladensburg/East Knox MAJOR: Education PARENTS:

Mark and Joyce Johnson Should start and help anchor the offensive line. BIO:

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MEET THE FIGHTING MUSKIES ZACK GRIMM DEFENSIVE END • #57 Senior • 6-2 • 230 Salem MAJOR:

Business

PARENTS: Bob and Karen Grimm BIO:

Will add depth to the defensive

line.

BEN DURBIN DEFENSIVE END • #57 Senior • 6-0 • 175 Danville/Danville Local MAJOR: Interdisciplinary PARENTS: Kenny Durbin and Liza

Jordan Will add depth to the defensive end position.

BIO:

JEREMY HECK DEFENSIVE LINE • #54 Senior • 6-0 • 225 North Lime/South Range MAJOR: Engineering PARENTS: Dave and Cindi Heck BIO:

Will add depth to the defensive

line. TACK TFL SCK PBU INT FF 2011 2 0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 2 0 0 0 0 0

FR BLK 0 0 0 0

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MEET THE FIGHTING MUSKIES MIKE GIBBS OFFENSIVE LINE Senior • 5-11 • 275 Vienna/Mathews MAJOR: Nursing PARENTS: Mike and Barb Gibbs BIO: Will compete for starting center

position.

ANTHONY FRYE RUNNING BACK • #4

WES RATAICZAK TIGHT END • #85

Junior • 6-0 • 225 Coshocton

Junior • 6-3 • 230 Quaker City/Shenandoah

MAJOR:

MAJOR: Physical Education

Business PARENTS: Deborah Frye BIO: Will compete for a starting spot at the running back position.

PARENTS: Joellen Cowgill BIO: Will be the starting tight end for the Muskies to open the season.

ATTS YDS AVG/G TD REC YDS TD AVG/G 2011 52 202 22.4 2 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 52 202 22.4 2 0 0 0 0

.DARELL JONES

Junior • 5-10 • 175 Alliance MAJOR: Interdisciplinary

Darryl and Toya Jones

BIO: Will compete for a starting

position in the defesnive secondary. TACK TFL SCK PBU INT FF 2011 20 0 0 2 1 0 TOTALS 20 0 0 2 1 0

REC 6 9 15

YDS 59 75 134

TD 0 0 0

AVG/G 5.9 12.5 9.2

DAVID CARROLL DAVID WIDE RECEIVER • #22 CARROLL Junior• 6-1 • 175 WIDE REDAVID Marion/Marion Pleasant CARROLL WIDE REMAJOR: Physical Education/Health CEIVER • #22

DEFENSIVE LBACK • #5

PARENTS:

2010 2011 TOTALS

FR BLK 1 0 1 0

PARENTS: Mike and Cherie Carroll Sophomore • 6-1 • BIO: Will add depth to the wide 164receiver positin and serve as back-up long snapper. Marion/Marion PleasantCEIVER •

#22 Sophomore • 6-1 • 164 Marion/Marion Pleasant

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MEET THE FIGHTING MUSKIES TRISTIAN HEATH DEFENSIVE BACK • #25

ALVIN TAYLOR RUNNING BACK • #9

Junior• 5-10 • 155 Canton/St. Thomas Aquinas

Junior • 5-7 • 160 Steubenville

MAJOR: Interdisciplinary

MAJOR: Athletic Training

PARENTS:

PARENTS: Alvin and Patricia Taylor

Bruce and Taryn Heath BIO: Will compete for a starting position in the defensive secondary. TACK TFL SCK PBU INT FF 2011 31 1 0 3 1 0 TOTALS 31 1 0 3 1 0

BIO: Will compete for playing time in

FR BLK 0 0 0 0

the offensive backfield. ATTS YDS AVG/G TD REC YDS TD AVG/G 2011 1 -7 -1 0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 1 -7 -1 0 0 0 0 0

ALEX ADAMS DEFENSIVE BACK • #20

SHANE DOTSON RUNNING BACK • #28

Junior• 5-10 • 185 Cincinnati/Turpin

Sophomore • 5-8 • 210 South Park, Pa.

MAJOR: Special Education

MAJOR: Physical Education

PARENTS: Randy and Tricia Adams

PARENTS:

BIO:

BIO: Will compete for a starting

Will add depth to the defensive secondary.

Stanley and Beth Dotson

position at full back. ATTS YDS AVG/G TD REC YDS TD AVG/G 2011 33 60 6.0 2 1 3 0 0 TOTALS 33 60 6.0 2 1 3 0 0

HANK SMITH DEFENSIVE BACK • #31

ANDY MCMILLEN LINEBACKER • #39

Junior • 5-11 • 170 Fresno/River View

Junior • 5-11 • 200 Canton/Canton South

MAJOR: Education

MAJOR: Criminal Justice

PARENTS:

PARENTS: Mark and Peg McMillen

Keith and Dana Smith

BIO:

BIO: Will compete for a starting

Will add depth to the linebacker position.

position in defensive secondary. TACK TFL SCK PBU INT FF 2011 2 0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 2 0 0 0 0 0

FR BLK 0 0 0 0

TACK TFL SCK PBU INT FF 2011 1 0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 0 0 0 0 0 0

KEVIN COMERFORD DEFENSIVE BACK • #35

MATT SITTER TIGHT END • #30

Sophomore • 5-10 • 180 Cincinnati/Turpin

Junior • 6-2 • 220 Macedonia/Nordonia

MAJOR:

MAJOR: Exercise Science

Business

PARENTS: Jack and Kim Comerford

PARENTS: Jim and Pam Sitter

BIO:

BIO:

Will add depth to the defensive secondary.

FR BLK 0 0 0 0

Will add depth to the tight end position.

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JOSH HAASE OFFENSIVE LINE • #59

Junior • 6-1 • 230 Delaware/Buckeye Valley

Junior• 6-1 • 233 Corydon/Corydon Central

MAJOR: Education

MAJOR: Physical Education

PARENTS:

Rob and Rhoada Penrod BIO: Will add depth to the offensive line.

PARENTS: Mark and Sandi Haase

ERIK HALL LINEBACKER • #8

EVAN WIGGALL DEFENSIVE LINE • #65

Junior • 5-11 • 205 Louisville/DeSales

Junior • 6-2 • 240 Grove City/Crove City Christian

MAJOR: Physical Education

MAJOR: History

PARENTS: Fred and Michelle Hall

PARENTS: Robert and Elizabeth Wiggall

BIO: Will compete for a starting

BIO: Will compete for playing time on

linebacker position.

the defensive line.

BIO: Will compete for playing time on

the offensive line.

TACK TFL SCK PBU INT FF FR BLK 2011 24 1 0.5 1 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 24 1 0.5 1 0 0 0 0

LUKE WEBER LINEBACKER • #46

CRAIG FRANT OFFENSIVE LINE #63

Junior • 5-10 • 200 Butler/Loudonville

Junior• 6-4 • 265 Colchester, Mass./Bacon Academy

MAJOR: Engineering Science

MAJOR: Physical Education

PARENTS: Jim and Leslie Weber

PARENTS: Debra Glover

BIO: Will compete for playing time at

BIO:

the linebacker position.

line.

DENNY ARDMAN OFFENSIVE LINE • #50

FRED LOWE OFFENSIVE LINE #78

Junior • 6-1 • 275 Canal Fulton/Northwest

Junior • 6-5 • 315 Wellsville/East Liverpool

MAJOR: Criminal Justice

MAJOR: Physical Education

PARENTS:

PARENTS:

Dennis and Joy Ardman BIO: Names All-OAC in 2011...Named captain for the 2012 season.

Will add depth to the offensive

Stanley and Beth Dotson

BIO: Will compete for a starting

position on the offensive line.

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MEET THE FIGHTING MUSKIES JAMES WASHINGTON WIDE RECEIVER • #88

THOMAS ROSS JR. DEFENSIVE BACK • #4

Junior • 6-3 • 186 Lorain/Clearview

Junior • 6-0 • 190 Canton/ClenOak

MAJOR: Speech Communications

MAJOR:

PARENTS:

PARENTS:

Brad and Amy Anderson BIO: Named All-OAC in 2011...led all Muskie receivers with 738 yards & 4 touchdowns. His 738 receiving yds rank 2nd all-time for a season at MU. REC YDS TD AVG/G 2010 6 119 0 19.8 2011 42 738 4 73.8 TOTALS 48 857 4 51.1

Undecided

Renee Salter

BIO: Will compete for a starting

position in the defensive secondary.

CALEB CARPENTER KICKER • #97

AVERY ALLENDER DEFENSIVE LINE • #52

Junior • 5-8 • 170 Lancaster/Amanda Clearcreek

Junior • 6-1 • 235 New Concord/John Glenn

MAJOR: Chemistry

MAJOR: Education

PARENTS: Brian and Darla Carpenter

PARENTS: Keith and Dawn Allender

BIO: Will handle all kicking duties.

BIO: Will see playing time on the

defensive line. FGA 2010 7 2011 6 TOTALS 13

FGM 10 8 18

LG 39 40 40

BLK 1 0 1

TACK TFL SCK PBU INT FF 2010 2 0 0 0 0 0 2011 4 2 1 0 0 0 TOTALS 6 2 1 0 0 0

JOSH FREDERICK OFFENSIVE LINE #73

DARIUS COGGINS DEFENSIVE LINE

Junior • 6-4 • 265 Cincinnati/Cincinnati Christian

Junior • 6-0 • 247 Cincinnati/Princeton

MAJOR: Biology

MAJOR:

line.

Business PARENTS: Darrell and Bernetta Coggins BIO: Will compete for playing time on the defensive line.

SHAWN HANNON OFFENSIVE LINE • #64

TYLER GRANLEE WIDE RECEIVER

Junior • 6-1 • 245 Senecaville/Cambridge

Junior • 6-3 • 190 Marion/Marion Catholic

MAJOR: Education

MAJOR:

PARENTS: Jay and Linda Scozzafava BIO:

Will add depth to the offensive

PARENTS:

Thomas and Angee Hannon

BIO: Will see playing time on the

offensive line and help anchor the line.

FR BLK 0 0 0 0 0 0

Undecided PARENTS: Tim and Theresa Granlee BIO: Will compete for a starting wide receiver position.

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MEET THE FIGHTING MUSKIES NATHANIEL POLING WIDE RECEIVER • #6

XAVIER ROBERTS RUNNING BACK• #24

Sophomore • 6-4• 195 Logan

Sophomore • 5-7 • 155 Piqua MAJOR: Special Education

MAJOR: Criminal Justice

PARENTS: Danny Roberts and Valerie

PARENTS:

Graves BIO: Will add depth to the running back position.

BIO:

Steven and Marlena Poling

Will compete for a starting wide receiver position.

JACQUES DORSEY-MERRION

DEFENSIVE BACK• #10

JORDAN SMITH LINEBACKER • #34

Sophomore • 6-3 • 178 Columbus/Mifflin

Sophomore • 6-1 • 207

MAJOR:

Business PARENTS: Vondell Dorsey and John Merrion BIO: Will compete for a starting position in the defensive secondary.

MAJOR: Criminal Justice

JERRY MANUKIN QUARTER BACK • #11

GARRETT CLARK RUNNING BACK • #38

Sophomore • 6-0 • 180 Bridgeport/St. John Central

Sophomore • 5-10 • 198 Logan

MAJOR: Undecided

MAJOR: Health Education

PARENTS:

Jerry and Taralyn Manukin BIO: Will compete for the starting quarterback position.

PARENTS: George Clark and Misti Kitchen BIO: Will add depth to the running back position.

MATTHEW HUNDENSKI DEFENSIVE BACK • #18

DAMOND GOGGINS LINEBACKER • #41

Sophomore • 5-10 • 185 Aliquippa, Pa./Hopewell Senior

Sophomore • 5-9 • 220 Monongahela, Pa./Ringgold

MAJOR: Undecided

MAJOR:

PARENTS: Tim and Donna Hundenski BIO: Will compete for a starting

position in the defensive secondary.

West Sunbury/Moniteau Jr.-Sr. High School

PARENTS:

Zeno and Joy Smith

BIO: Will be Muskingum’s long

snapper and add depth to the linebacker position.

Accounting PARENTS: Tawanda Tartt BIO: Will compete for playing time at linebacker.

ALEX MEREDITH QUARTER BACK • #19

TERENCE LOFTON WIDE RECEIVER • #17

Sophomore • 5-11 • 170 North Canton/GlenOak

Sophomore • 6-0 • 223 Columbus/South

MAJOR: Undecided

MAJOR: Undecided

PARENTS: Gary Meredith and Stephanie

PARENTS: James and Carol Greene

Hawthorne BIO: Will compete for the starting quarterback position.

BIO:

Will add depth to the wide receiver position.

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OAC FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS: ’26, ’27, ’29, ’30, ’31, ’39, ’49, ’50, ’55, ’60, ’65, ’66, ’75

MEET THE FIGHTING MUSKIES ROB BARTOSIEWICZ DEFENSIVE END • #47

BRYSON STEPHEN TIGHT END • #80

Sophomore • 6-2 • 208 Penfiled, N.Y.

Sophomore • 6-5 • 228 Barnesville

MAJOR:

MAJOR:

Business

Business Management

PARENTS: Bob and Kim Bartosiewicz

PARENTS: Jewett and Kim Stephen

BIO:

Will add depth to the defensive end position.

BIO:

ALEX SIMMONS LINEBACKER • #49

PHILIP HUGHES TIGHT END • #82

Sophomore • 5-9 • 200 South Euclid/Brush

Sophomore • 6-2 • 195

MAJOR:

MAJOR: Criminal Justice

Accounting

Will add depth to the tight end position.

Parkersburg, W.Va./Parkersburg Catholic

PARENTS: Isaiah and Felicia Simmons

PARENTS: Bob and Liz Hughes

BIO: Will compete for a starting

BIO:

linebacker position.

Will add depth to the tight end position.

NICK BEANY DEFENSIVE LINE • #57

JORDAN PARKER WIDE RECEIVER • #30

Sophomore • 5-11 • 240 Marysville

Sophomore • 5-9 • 185 New Concord/John Glenn

MAJOR: Education

MAJOR: English/Education

PARENTS:

Doug and Debbie Beany BIO: Will compete for a starting position on the defensive line.

PARENTS: John and Roxie Parker

JOSEPH ELLER OFFENSIVE LINE • #70

MARVIN MORRIS WIDE RECEIVER • #84

Sophomore • 6-3 • 305 Fairborn

Sophomore • 5-11 • 160 Cincinnati/Robert A. Taft

MAJOR: Public Accounting

MAJOR: Undecided

PARENTS: Timothy and Theresa Eller

PARENTS: Marvin and Iarnita Morris

BIO:

Will add depth to the offensive line position.

BIO: Will compete for a starting wide

JOEY MCGOVERN OFFENSIVE LINE • #79

JACOB VECCHIO WIDE RECEIVER • #86

Sophomore • 6-3 • 290 Layton, Utah

Sophomore • 6-0 • 163 Middleburg Heights/Midpark

MAJOR: Communications

MAJOR: Criminal Justice

PARENTS:

PARENTS: Michael and Kerri Vecchio

Joseph and Prudence McGovern BIO: Will add depth to the offensive line position.

BIO:

Will add depth to the wide receiver position.

receiver position.

BIO:

Will add depth to the wide receiver position.

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MEET THE FIGHTING MUSKIES SAMMIE NICHOLS WIDE RECEIVER • #89

TRACEY BARNES RUNNING BACK

Sophomore • 6-0 • 168 South Charleston/Southeastern

Sophomore • 5-7 • 190 Cincinnati/Mt. Healthy

MAJOR: Biology

MAJOR: Education

PARENTS: James and Marcia Nichols

PARENTS:

BIO:

Will add depth to the wide receiver position.

Hargrove BIO: Will add depth to the running back position.

TONY MOORE DEFENSIVE END • #96

NATHAN CAPLAN LINEBACKER

Sophomore • 5-9 • 225 Columbus/Saint Francis DeSales

Sophomore • 5-9 • 206 Ashville/Teays Valley

MAJOR: Physical Education

MAJOR: Accounting, Economics.

PARENTS: Joellen Cowgill

Business

BIO:

Will add depth to the defensive end position.

PARENTS: Erin S. Caplan

JORDAN ABDALLA WIDE RECEIVER •

ZACK HARRIS LINEBACKER • #44

Sophomore • 6-3 • 200 Richmond/Edison

Sophomore • 5-11 • 215 Lucas

MAJOR: Undecided

MAJOR: Criminal Justice

PARENTS: Jordan and Kami Abdalla

PARENTS: Jay and Crystal Harris

BIO:

BIO: Will compete for a starting

Will add depth to the wide receiver position.

BIO:

Tracey Barnes and Iatasha

Will add depth to the linebacker position.

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OAC FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS: ’26, ’27, ’29, ’30, ’31, ’39, ’49, ’50, ’55, ’60, ’65, ’66, ’75

Muskingum Milestone Victories Muskingum University has an all-time record of 496-447-39 after 117 seasons of play. During that span, Muskingum has won 13 Ohio Athletic Conference championships Win No. 100 Friday, October 17, 1930 Muskingum 14, West Liberty 12 New Concord, Ohio Muskingum notched its 100th career win under the lights of McConagha Stadium. Muskie Head Coach Bill Lange led the Black & Magenta to a 14-12 win over West Liberty. Muskingum won the Ohio Athletic Conference Championship in 1930. Lange was head coach of Muskingum from 1923-1935 and ended his career with a 71-32-6 record. Win No. 200 Saturday, November 4, 1950 Muskingum 46, Marietta 7 New Concord, Ohio Muskingum defeated Marietta College 46-7 to secure the 200th win for the football program. The Muskies were led by legendary Head Coach Ed Sherman, who guided Muskingum to the Ohio Athletic Conference Championship in 1950. On the season, the Muskies outscored their opponents 339-97, which included scoring 50 touchdowns. The Muskie offense averaged 433 yards per game, while the opponents only mustered 197 per game against the defense of Muskingum. Muskingum was conference champions and led the conference in passing with 1289 yards (161.1.per game), total offense with 3463 (438.8 per game) and total defense with 1577 (197.1 per game). Win No. 300 Saturday, September 24, 1966 Muskingum 28, Akron 0 New Concord, Ohio An alert and powerful Muskingum team scored one touchdown in each quarter to upset the highly favored Zips of Akron University in McConagha Stadium, 28-0. The Muskie attack was sparked by halfback Rick Harbold who carried 25 times for 136 yards, and the sharp passing of junior quarterback Jim Uszynski who connected on seven of nine throws for 93 yards, including a 32-yard touchdown shot to Harbold. The 1966 season was the final one for legendary Head Coach Ed Sherman, who guided the Muskies to the 1966 Ohio Athletic Conference championship. Sherman ended his Muskie tenure with an overall record of 14143-7. Coach Sherman was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1996. He entered as a member of the inaugural class of inductees from Divisions I-AA, II, III and NAIA schools. Win No. 400 Saturday, November 9, 1985 Muskingum 38, Heidelberg 31 Tiffin, Ohio Muskingum won at Heidelberg 38-31 to notch the football program’s 400th win. Junior fullback Fred Todd gained his second OAC Player of the week award, as he rushed for 190 yards on 29 carries and scored on runs of one and 62 yards. Ricardo Burks gained 94 yards rushing on the day. Quarterback Tim Palmer threw for 134 yards, while Orlando McCoy led the team in receiving with two receptions for 67 yards. Kevin Jarrett caught six passes for 47 yards. Jeff Allison led the way defensively with 14 tackles and one interception, while Chuck Turner recorded 10 tackles and one interception. The squad was led by Head Coach Jeff Heacock who coached the Muskies from 1981-2006. Heacock ended his tenure with 109 career wins.

Inside the Huddle Muskingum University Fighting Muskie sports fans have more reason than ever to be excited about the 2012-13 school year. The Muskingum Sports Information Office will produce Inside the Huddle with Muskingum Head Coach Al Logan. The weekly sports talk show, which will be shown on Muskingum’s YouTube channel, will recap Muskingum’s last game, focus on the Muskies’ upcoming opponent and highlight Muskingum’s student-athletes. Inside the Huddle will give fans exclusive insights on what they will see on the field on Saturday. From the locker room to the sideline, right into the huddle, Inside the Huddle with Coach Al Logan is the only place for Muskie fans to get the latest information. Inside the Huddle will be hosted by veteran Muskingum Sports Information Director Tom Caudill. Fans can also listen in on all the gameday action - live via a state-of-the-art Internet feed made possible by the Sports Information and Public Relations Departments and WMCO 90.7 FM. For the 10th straight year, every Muskingum football game will be streamed on the Internet. Muskingum fans can listen without charge, and anyone with a computer and an Internet connection can log on the Muskingum athletic website (www.muskingum.edu) for a complete broadcast schedule. Also, all broadcast events are archived within five days of the completed event. Furthermore, fans can can get all the latest news, scores and highlights on the Fighting Muskies by signing up to follow the Muskies on Facebook, Twitter, eScores and YouTube. To sign up for Facebook, Twitter, eScores and YouTube, visit the Muskingum athletic web site.

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THE OHIO ATHLETIC CONFERENCE The 2011-12 year confirmed, once again, why the OAC is one of the most prestigious Division III conferences in the country. Marietta’s baseball program brought home its second consecutive and record sixth overall NCAA title. The Mount Union football program completed its sixth straight undefeated regular-season, while making its 15th overall Stagg Bowl appearance. The Mount Union women’s track and field team place third at the NCAA Championships. The Mount Union women’s basketball team advanced to the “Sweet 16” of the NCAA Tournament and Ohio Northern’s softball team advance to the NCAA World Series. Individually, Ohio Northern’s Kyle Kwiat claimed the 174-pound title at the NCAA Wrestling Championships. Mount Union’s Mary Mahoney and Aubree Jones won the 200-meter dash and discus titles, respectively, at the NCAA Track and Field Championships. Mount Union’s Mary Snode placed fifth at the NCAA Golf Championships. The Conference was represented by over 70 All-Americans. Academically, the OAC boasted numerous CoSIDA ESPN the Magazine Academic All-Americans, along with regional and national coaching honors. The Ohio Athletic Conference, the third oldest conference in college athletics, is predated only by the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (1888) and the Big Ten (1895). The Conference is older than the World Series and even the NCAA itself and has survived two world wars, the Great Depression, the Korean War and the Vietnam Conflict. From a modest beginning of six charter members in 1902, the OAC grew to as many as 24 members in the mid-1920s. Through the years a total of 31 colleges and universities at one time or another have been members of the OAC. Currently the Conference consists of 10 members, including Baldwin Wallace University, Capital University, Heidelberg University, John Carroll University, Marietta College, University of Mount Union, Muskingum University, Ohio Northern University, Otterbein University and Wilmington College. In the OAC’s first year of existence, 1902, the first Conference champion was crowned. Case Tech won the football title with a 5-0-0 record. Outdoor track was added a year later and a third sport, cross country, became a Conference sport in 1914. More sports were steadily added to the OAC’s repertoire throughout the years, culminating in the addition of women’s sports in 1984. The Conference currently sponsors championships in 21 sports, 11 men’s and 10 women’s. The enrollments at the 10 OAC institutions range from 1,200 to 4,500. All of the schools were founded in the 19th century and have long and outstanding academic reputations. While maintaining these high academic standards, Ohio Athletic Conference athletic teams and athletes have consistently enjoyed a great deal of success on a regional and national level. The athletic competition is viewed not as an end in itself, but as an extension of the educational programs. INSIDE THE HUDDLE WITH AL LOGAN AIRS WEEKLY ON MUSKINGUM’S YOUTUBE CHANNEL


OAC FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS: ’26, ’27, ’29, ’30, ’31, ’39, ’49, ’50, ’55, ’60, ’65, ’66, ’75

MUSKINGUM’S GRIDIRON LEGENDS Muskingum’s status as a premiere football program is solidified with two enshrinees — head coach Ed Sherman and fullback Bill Cooper — in the National Football FoundationCollege Football Hall of Fame. Coach Sherman was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1996. He entered as a member of the inaugural class of inductees from Divisions I-AA, II, III and NAIA schools. Sherman was the head coach at Muskingum College from 1945 until 1966. During his 22-year tenure, the Fighting Muskies compiled a 141-437 record that made him one of the most successful coaches in the history of college football. Bill Cooper received his third Mike Gregory Award in 1960. The trophy ceremony included (from left): Fighting Muskie head coach Ed Sherman, Gregory, Cooper and legendary Ohio State University football coach Woody Hayes.

In addition to winning 141 games, Sherman’s teams claimed six Ohio Athletic Conference championships and recorded undefeated seasons in 1955, ’60 and ’66. Muskingum was the Mideast College Division runner-up in 1964 and ’66. In 1955 and 1965, he was named Ohio College Coach of the Year. Sherman was active in the NCAA, serving on many committees and a two-year term as secretary/treasurer. He also chaired the committee that created the current divisional structure of the NCAA. The College Football Hall of Fame is not the only place Sherman has been enshrined. He has been inducted into the Newark High School, Muskingum College, and National Association of Athletic Directors Halls of Fame. Sherman received The Ohio State University coaching staff’s Distinguished Service Award and the first Sport magazine award for special service in 1967. He was awarded the Muskingum College Alumni Association’s Distinguished Service Award in 1975 and a Doctor of Laws in 1979. He received the James C. Corbett Award in 1982 and a White House citation for his contribution to athletics. In 1986, the College again honored Sherman by naming the field at McConagha Stadium in his honor. “Cannonball” Cooper, who punished opposing defenses with his hard-smashing style of running at fullback from 1957-60, claimed his place in the College Football Hall of Fame in August 2000.Cooper was named to the Associated Press Little All-America first team after leading the Fighting Muskies to an undefeated 9-0 season in 1960. He rushed for 1,102 yards and 23 touchdowns on 185 carries that season, place kicked 10 extra points, and made two conversion runs to accumulate 152 points on the season. In addition to the All-America honors, Cooper was a three-time first team All-Ohio Athletic Conference selection (1958, ’59, ’60). He also became the first and only player to win the Mike Gregory Award, as the most outstanding back in the OAC, three years in a row. In his four-year career, Cooper scored 364 points and rushed for 3,651 yards. Following graduation, Cooper went on to play for the San Francisco 49ers from 1961-66. In October 2000, Muskingum unveiled a special exhibit in honor of Cooper and Sherman, in the atrium of its Recreation Center. FOLLOW THE MUSKINGUM FOOTBALL NATION - FACEBOOK, TWITTER, YOUTUBE, ESCORES


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MUSKINGUM GRADUATES IN COACHING MUSKINGUM GRADUATES IN HEAD COACHING POSITIONS AT THE HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL

Marty Arganbright Luke Beal Mitch Bendle Lou Bosh Dave Caldwell Chad Carpenter Dave Carroll Raymond Davenport Bill Davidson Corey Day James France Chad Granstaff Steve Hale Ed Honabarger Tim Kuhn Byron Mattox John Miller Scott Will Dan Yeagley Todd Filtz

Coshocton Fredericktown Meadowbrook Woodmore Beallsville Highland Clear Fork Cincinnati Harmony Chillicothe Washington Court House Manchester Zanesville Olentangy Liberty Indian Valley Galion Walnut Ridge Perry Upper Sandusky South Range Canton McKinley

MUSKINGUM GRADUATES AT THE COLLEGE/PRO LEVEL

Will Bowman Josh Boyer Corey Fillipovich Andy Frye James Grandey Scott Greenawalt Darrell Hazell Ron Hudson Paul Hulea Jim Kaser Pat Kirkland Al Logan Andre Nash Chris Shank John Thomas Tyson Veidt

Ohio Northern University New England Patriots Heidelberg University Centre College Bluffton University University of Kansas Kent State University University of Louisiana Westminster College Muskingum University West Virginia University Muskingum University Hanover College University of the South Penn State University Bluffton University

Please contact the sports information office (tcaudill@muskingum.edu) if you have any corrections to these lists.

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OAC FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS: ’26, ’27, ’29, ’30, ’31, ’39, ’49, ’50, ’55, ’60, ’65, ’66, ’75

MUSKIE OAC MVP AWARD WINNERS

Bill Cooper 1958, ’59, ’60 Gregory Award

Mark Devilling 1965, ’66 Gregory Award

Rick Harbold 1966, ’67 Gregory Award

Jeff Heacock 1975 Critchfield Award

Dave Caldwell 1976 Gregory Award

Bob Gerhardstein 1976 Gregory Award

Rick Colvin 1977 Gregory Award

Tim Swanger 1984 Critchfield Award

Kevin Woods 1986 Hoernemann Award

Doug Morgan 1989 Gregory Award

Corey Harper 1989, ’90 Lee Tressel Award

Connon Thompson 1995 Lee Tressel Award

Jack Junker 2006 Bill Edwards Award

Alex Thomas 2011 Gene Slaughter Award

Note: The Ohio Athletic Conference presents Most Valuable Player awards each season to the most outstanding players in the league. The Mike Gregory Award is presented to the most outstanding offensive lineman and back. The Hank Critchfield Award was presented from 1971-83 to the top defensive lineman and back in the conference. The Lee J. Tressel and Paul Hoernemann Award replaced the Critchfield Award in 1984. The Tressel Award is given to the most outstanding defensive back, while the Hoernemann Award goes to the most outstanding defensive lineman. The Ed Sherman Award, first presented in 1988, is given to the most valuable receiver in the conference. The Bill Edwards Award honors the league’s Most Outstanding Linebacker. The Gene Slaughter Award honors the league’s Most Outstanding Linebacker.

THE LAST TIME FOR MUSKINGUM IN A SINGLE GAME... Individual 100 Yards Rushing: 120, Anthony Frye vs. Otterbein, Oct. 22, 2011 Individual 200 Yards Rushing: 237, Caleb Fuller vs. Heidelberg, Nov. 11, 2006 Individual 200 Yards Passing: 265, Dalton Smith at Baldwin-Wallace, Oct. 29, 2011 Individual 300 Yards Passing: 300, Dalton Smith at Capital, Nov. 5, 2011 Individual 100 Yards Receiving: 141, James Washington at Capital, Nov. 5, 2011 Individual 200 Total Offense Yards: 293 (265 pass, 28 rush), Dalton Smith at Baldwin-Wallace, Oct. 29, 2011 Individual 300 Total Offense Yards: 306 (300 pass, 6 rush), Dalton Smith at Capital, Nov. 5, 2011 Kickoff Return for TD: Steve Howard at Heidelberg, Oct. 29, 2005 (96 yards) Punt Return for TD: Alvin Taylor vs. Marietta, Sept. 17, 2011 (36 yards) Fumble Recovery for TD: Ethan Wetzel at Capital, Nov. 5, 2011 (35 yards) Interception Return for TD: C.J. McArthur vs. Capital, Nov. 6, 2010 (25 yards) Safety: Alex Thomas tackled a Marietta running back in the end zone, Oct. 24, 2009 FOLLOW THE MUSKINGUM FOOTBALL NATION - FACEBOOK, TWITTER, YOUTUBE, ESCORES


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MUSKIES GARNER IMPRESSIVE HONORS In 2006, Muskingum linebacker Jack Junker helped lead Team USA to a 28-7 win over the Mexican National Team in the 2006 Aztec Bowl in Aguascalientes, Mexico. Junker displayed a dominating performance on the field with six tackles (two solo, four assist), one blocked punt, one forced fumble and one sack. Junker made his presence felt early by forcing a fumble on Mexico’s second possession of the game. His blocked punt early in the third quarter set up Team USA’s 2-play, 26-yard drive that resulted in a 18-yard touchdown run and extended their lead to 21-7. Junker also halted a Mexico drive late in the third with a sack (17 yards) on a third and 10 play. Junker was one of 48 NCAA Division III seniors from around the country who made up the 2006 team. This marked the third time a Muskingum player has been selected to play in the Aztec Bowl (Brandon Clum - 2004, Jim Kornokovich - 2000). A senior from Parma Heights, Ohio, Junker was named Bill Edwards Most Outstanding Linebacker in the Ohio Athletic Conference and garnered first team all-league accolades too. He led the Black & Magenta and was fourth in the conference in tackles with 84. He garnered National Team of the Week honors for his career-high 22-tackle performance against Otterbein College. Additionally, Junker logged 8.5 tackles for loss for 25 yards, forced two fumbles and recovered two fumbles, tallied one sack for three yards and broke-up one pass. He ended his Muskie career as a two-time all-league honoree with 250 tackles and 21 stops for a loss.

MUSKIES RECOGNIZED FOR EXCELLENCE The National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Columbus Chapter recognized Muskingum defensive lineman Justin Kume as a 2006 Central Ohio College Scholar-Athlete. Kume, an Academic All-Ohio Athletic Conference honoree, started all 10 games on the defensive line and recorded a career-high 29 tackles, including 8.5 tackles for loss and one sack. He also forced one fumble and blocked one kick. Off the field, he held a 3.34 grade-point-average and majored in political science and public affairs. This was the fourth time that a member of the Muskingum football team was honored as a Central Ohio College Scholar-Athlete (Chris Shank - 2003, Scott Elzey - 2004, Mark Waller - 2005). Waller was a member of the Lambda Sigma Honor Society, Kappa Mu Epsilon National Collegiate Math Honor Society, Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Society, Association for Computing Machinery, and was on the dean’s list for four years. Waller’s outstanding achievements in the classroom and on the gridiron enabled him to earn a job with IBM in Boulder, Colorado. Shank was named second team All-Ohio Athletic Conference and was actively involved in the Muskingum College community throughout his career, which included visiting the Evergreen Retirement Center during the holiday season to share stories and sing carols with the residents. Elzey connected on 8-of-10 field goals in 2004 and converted on 24-of-24 point-after attempts en route to leading the Muskies in scoring with 48 points. The National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Columbus Chapter honors the top high school and college scholarathletes in the Central Ohio area annually. The recognition is based on their outstanding academic application and performance, exemplary school leadership and citizenship, and superior football performance. INSIDE THE HUDDLE WITH AL LOGAN AIRS WEEKLY ON MUSKINGUM’S YOUTUBE CHANNEL


OAC FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS: ’26, ’27, ’29, ’30, ’31, ’39, ’49, ’50, ’55, ’60, ’65, ’66, ’75

MUSKIE FOOTBALL HONOR ROLL ALL TIME ALL-OAC SELECTIONS Rob Premdas, DL, 11 Ethan Wetzel, LB, 11 Anthony Zarcone, DB, 11 Denny Ardman, OL, 11 James Washington, WR, 11 Steve Stooksbury, DL, 11 Alex Thomas, LB, 10, 11 Chad Bajc, DL, 10 Dennis Hicks, DB, 10 Ben Smith, WR, 10 Jake Burns, QB, 09,10 Blake Allen, TE, 09 Steve Emmert, OL, 08, 09 Caleb Fuller, RB, 08 Josh McInturff, DL, 07 Nathan Hedge, LB, 06, 07 Jack Murray, WR, 06, 08 Jack Junker, LB, 05, 06 Tony Abbott, DB, 05 Jesse Henestofel, DB, 05 Matt Meggeyesy, DL, 05 Brandon Clum, DL, 04 Antwan Curry, ST, 04 Todd Filtz, LB, 04 Mike Fowler, DB, 04 Steve Graves, DL, 04 Matt Harmon, OL, 04, 05 Jeff Tibbs, DL, 04, 05 Mike Collodi, DL, 03 Adam Huffman, LB, 03 Matt Tullius, LB, 03 Trevor Cooper, RB, 02, 03, 04 Scott Elzey, P, 02, 03 Seth Gintz, OL, 02, 03 Matt Louis, DB, 02 Rob Pratt, OL, 02 Chris Shank, TE, 02 Ryan Spicer, FS, 02, 03 Marc Von Kaenel, QB, 02 Erik Winland, C, 02 Jeremy Abney, WR, 01 John Bullard, WR, 01 Matt Colvin, TB, 01 Nick Dondzila, LB, 01 Eric Foust, OL, 01 Brad DeHays, DL, 00 Jason Gatewood, DB, 00 Kevin Smith, K/P, 00 Josh Boyer, DB, 99 Corey Dye, LB, 99 Jim Kornokovich, OG, 99, 00 Jeff Morris, QB, 99, 00 Eric Peterson, LB, 99 Brian Petruska, OL, 99 Eric Goddard, ILB, 98

James Grandey, TE, 98 Scott Greenawalt, ILB, 96 Pat Kirkland, DB, 96 Nick Roth, DL, 96 Antasio Holley, DL, 95 Bruce Lanning, P, 95 Pete Matthews, ILB, 95, 97 Connon Thompson, DB, 94, 95 Dominic Anzevino, WR, 92 Steve Hare, ILB 92, OG 91 Chad Jackson, OG, 92 Tony Hawkins, TE, 91 Jody Stoldt, RB, 91, 92, 93 Lane Vargo, ILB, 91 Dennis Swit, DL, 90 Brian Dimmerling, KR, 90 Doug Morgan, OL, 89 Corey Harper, DB, 89, 90 Mike Molnar, OL, 88 Sean Logan, OL, 87 Tony Lowe, DE, 87 Jeff Margietta, DB, 87 Ricardo Burks, RB, 86 Tim Hiles, OL, 86 Ron Hudson, C, 86 Kevin Jarrett, TE, 85, 86 Kevin Woods, DL, 85, 86 Todd Hickerson, RB, 85 Greg Ours, OL, 84, 85 Jeff Veatch, OL, 84 Tom Dickerson, RB, 83, 84 Jim Greene, RB, 84 Tim Swanger, DL, 83, 84 Keith Demers, DB, 84 Greg Tuel, DB, 83, 84 John Thomas, OL, 83 Darrell Hazell, WR, 83, 84, 85 Randy Yates, DE, 83 Dave Carlos, WR, 82 Bill Recinella, DB, 80, 81 Jeff Reichelderfer, C, 79 Tim McNaughton, OG, 78 Terry Kelly, WR, 77, 78 Matt Huffman, RB, 77, 78 Mike Haddox, DB, 78 Jim Pottmeyer, DB, 77, 78 Jeff Farmer, TE, 77 Rick Colvin, OG, 75, 76, 77 John McCarty, RB, 77 Jamie Morchel, K, 77 Dan Wesson, DL, 76, 77 Bob Gerhardstein, OT, 75, 76 Dave Caldwell, RB, 75, 76 Bill Hartmeyer, LB, 76 Van Henry, DB, 76

Ray Peyton, DL, 75 Jeff Heacock, DB, 74, 75 Mike Miller, DB, 75 Tony French, OG, 73, 74 Bob Sagle, DB, 73, 74 Chuck Simonetti, C, 73 Mark Reed, DT, 73 Marv Manley, OT, 72 Dave Hayes, RB, 72 Terry Naponic, DB, 71 Jim Griffin, RB, 69 Eric Humston, DE, 68, 69 Todd Henderson, DL, 67, 68, 69 Jim Heacock, DB, 67, 68, 69 Greg Freda, DL, 67, 68 Dave Heimerl, RB, 67, 68 Doug Smart, OT, 65, 66, 67 Dave Gradwohl, OG, 67 Rick Harbold, HB, 66, 67 Scott Herriott, OG, 66 Rick Bonifield, DE, 66 Mark DeVilling, DT, 64, 65, 66 Carl Lambert, DT, 66 Rick Scheider, DB, 66 Doug Welsh, DB, 66 Chuck Harrigan, DE, 65 Tom Dillard, DL, 64, 65 Steve Aller, DB, 65 Dick Rider, C, 62, 63, 64 Dale Dickson, HB, 63, 64 Donn Foutz, FB, 64 Roger LaLonde, DT, 62, 63 Jerry Young, DL, 62, 63 Roger Welsh, DB, 63 Tom Bixler, FB, 62 Skip Kifer, DB, 62 Ron Dierks, HB, 60, 61 Clyde Benninghoff, OE, 60 John Kruzan, OT, 60 Bill Cooper, RB, 58, 59, 60 Phil Wenger, DT, 60 Wade Mabry, LB, 60 Jed Middleton, S, 60 Ed Kohler, OT, 59 Larry Davis, OG/MG, 59 Bill Dessecker, DE, 59 Bill Frazier, DB, 59 Barry Montgomery, E, 58

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MUSKIE FOOTBALL HONOR ROLL ALL-AMERICA

ALL-AMERICA 2000 Jim Kornokovich USA Football.com (honorable mention) Kevin Smith USA Football.com (honorable mention) 1995 Connon Thompson AFCA 1st Team, DB 3rd Team (AP Little All-Am.), DB 1992 Steve Hare Honorable Mention (Football Gazette), ILB Jody Stoldt Honorable Mention (Football Gazette), TB 1991 Tony Hawkins Honorable Mention (Football Gazette), TE 1990 Corey Harper Division III All-American 1989 Corey Harper First Team (Football Gazette, Pizza Hut), DB Doug Morgan 1st Team (Pizza Hut), OT Honorable Mention (Football Gazette), OT 1987 Tim Palmer Honorable Mention (FootballNews), QB 1986 Ricardo Burks Second Team (Football News), RB Kevin Woods Third Team (Pizza Hut), DT Kevin Jarrett Honorable Mention (AP), TE 1985 Greg Ours Second Team (Pizza Hut), OT Darrell Hazzell Honorable Mention (Pizza Hut), WR 1984 Jim Greene Third Team (Pizza Hut), RB Tom Dickerson Third Team (Pizza Hut), FB 1983 John Thomas 2nd Team (Pizza Hut), OG 1975 Jeff Heacock AFCA 1st Team, DB

1967 Rick Harbold Little All-American, TB 1966 Rick Harbold Little All-American, TB 1966 Mark Devilling Little All-American, DL 1965 Mark Devilling Little All-American, DL 1960 Bill Cooper Little All-American, RB 1959 Bill Cooper Little All-American, RB 1958 Bill Cooper Little All-American, RB

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA 1994

1986

1979

1978

Luke Beal Second Team GTE/CoSIDA, NG Tim Hiles Second Team GTE/CoSIDA, OG Dan Radalia First Team GTE/CoSIDA, DL Dan Radalia First Team GTE/CoSIDA, DL

ACADEMIC ALL-OAC Mac Aljancic, FS, 92 Blake Allen, TE, 09 Luke Beal, NG, 91, 92, 93 Vince Bettinazzi, TE, 05 Josh Boyer, SE/DB, 98, 99 Jake Burns, QB, 10 Matt Colvin, TB, 00, 01 Jon Corwin, DL/OLB, 98 Eric Curtis, OL, 97 Matt Demyan, DL, 99 Rocco Dobran, TB, 99 Scott Elzey, K/P, 03 Brad Geduldig, TE, 94, 95, 96 Eric Goddard, ILB, 98 James Grandey, OL, 97, 98 David Hendrix, OLB, 95 Tim Hiles, OL, 85, 86 Ron Hudson, OL, 86 Jim Kornokovich, OL, 00 Justin Kume, DL, 05 Sean Logan, OL, 87 Brad Mercer, LB, 99, 00 Sam Miller, LB, 06 Jack Murray, WR, 08 Nick Roth, DT, 96 Michael Sarap, LB, 91 Connon Thompson, DB, 95 Tyson Veidt, G/C, 94, 95 Matt Wattenbarger, S, 96, 97 Mark Waller, DB, 03, 04 Richard Shawger, LB/ST, 04

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MUSKINGUM INDIVIDUAL RECORDS RUSHING

PASSING

RUSHING YARDS Game 270 Ricardo Burks vs. Ohio Northern, 1986 Season 1,454 Ricardo Burks, 1986 1,243 Jody Stoldt, 1992 1,191 Bill Cooper, 1959 1,102 Bill Cooper, 1960 1,052 Trevor Cooper, 2002 1,052 Jody Stoldt, 1993 1,025 Dave Caldwell, 1974 1,015 Rick Harbold, 1966 997 Fred Todd, 1985 961 Chris Starr, 1989

PASSING YARDS Game 320 Marc Von Kaenel, 2001 Season 1,866 Jake Burns, 2009 1,860 Jake Burns, 2008 1,775 Dalton Smith, 2011 1,528 Marc Von Kaenel, 2001 1,464 Tim Palmer, 1985 1,424 Jake Burns, 2010 1,423 Marc Von Kaenel, 2002 1,392 Scott Rolfe, 1988 1,357 Andre Nash, 2007 1,296 Tim Palmer, 1987 1,285 Jeff Morris, 2000

Career 3,975 3,651 3,207 3,007 2,518 2,491 2,175 2,121 1,996 1,926

Jody Stoldt, 1990-93 Bill Cooper, 1957-60 Ricardo Burks, 1983-86 Trevor Cooper, 2001-04 John McCarty, 1975-78 Dave Caldwell, 1974-76 Tom Dickerson, 1981-84 Dave Hayes, 1969-72 Mitch Bendle, 1988-91 Rick Harbold, 1964-67

RUSHING ATTEMPTS Game 43 Ricardo Burks vs. Ohio Northern, 1986 Season 309 Ricardo Burks, 1986 Career 892 Jody Stoldt, 1990-93 LONGEST RUSHING TOUCHDOWN PLAY 97 yards Jim Rockwell vs. Findlay, 1972

Career 5,170 4,114 3,794 3,146 2,945 2,654 2,308 2,196 2,164 1,939 1,844

Jake Burns, 2007-10 Jeff Morris, 1997-00 Tim Palmer, 1984-87 Marc Von Kaenel, 1999-02 Jim Purdy, 1981-84 Chad Frazier, 1989-92 Bubba Kidwell, 1992-95 Mark Dickerhoof, 1976-79 Andre Nash, 2005-07 Dalton Smith, 2010-11 Kevin Snyder, 1974-77

PASSING ATTEMPTS Game 49 Marc Von Kaenel vs. Capital, 2001 Season 288 Dalton Smith, 2011 Career 759 Jake Burns, 2007-10 PASSING COMPLETIONS Game 32 Marc Von Kaenel vs. Capital, 2001 Season 163 Jake Burns, 2008 Career 434 Jake Burns, 2007-10 TOUCHDOWN PASSES Game 5 Joe McDaniel vs. Wooster, 1954 Season 14 Jake Burns, 2009 Career 30 Jeff Morris, 1997-2000 30 Jake Burns, 2007-10

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MUSKINGUM INDIVIDUAL RECORDS RECEIVING

TOTAL OFFENSE

MOST RECEPTIONS Game 15 Jeremy Abney vs. Capital, 2001 Season 56 Jeremy Abney, 2001 Career 132 Darrell Hazell, 1982-85

Game 381 Season 2,326 2,250 2,150 1,792 1,724 1,688 1,667 1,621 1,570 1,505 1,483

Jake Burns vs. Ohio Northern, 2009 Jake Burns, 2009 Jake Burns, 2008 Dalton Smith, 2011 Jeff Morris, 2000 Chris Starr, 1989 Jake Burns, 2010 Jeff Morris, 1999 Tim Palmer, 1985 Marc Von Kaenel, 2001 Tim Palmer, 1985 Marc Von Kaenel, 2002

Career 6,265 5,315 4,329 4,089 3,651 3,344 3,262 3,222 3,207 2,536

Jake Burns, 2007-10 Jeff Morris, 1997-00 Tim Palmer, 1984-87 Jody Stoldt, 1990-93 Bill Cooper, 1957-60 Chad Frazier, 1989-92 Jim Purdy, 1981-84 Marc Von Kaenel, 1999-02 Ricardo Burks, 1983-86 Bubba Kidwell, 1992-95

RECEIVING YARDS Game 200 Terry Kelly vs. Wooster, 1977 Season 805 Darrell Hazell, 1983 738 James Washington, 2011 727 Terry Kelley, 1977 665 Gary Tipton, 1987 646 Josh Grafton, 2007 605 Darrell Hazell, 1985 595 Arnold Smalley, 1988 561 Jeremy Abney, 2001 510 John Bullard, 2000 505 Ben Smith, 2009 Career 1,966 1,915 1,328 1,258 1,219 1,191 1,161 1,158 1,124 1,017 911

Darrell Hazell, 1982-85 Terry Kelley, 1975-78 Dave Carlos, 1979-82 John Bullard, 1999-01 Brian Hill, 1970-73 Jeremy Abney, 1999-02 Josh Grafton, 2006-08 Jack Murray, 2005-08 Dwight Sutton, 2007-09 Gary Tipton, 1984-87 Antwan Curry, 2001-04

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS Game 3 Darrell Hazell vs. John Carroll, 1983 3 Jeremy Abney at Otterbein, 2000 Season 12 Darrell Hazell, 1983 Career 20 Terry Kelly, 1975-78 LONGEST TOUCHDOWN RECEPTION 83 yards Albert Wilelmy to Reggie Brown vs. Capital, 1992

KICKING MOST PAT KICKS MADE Game 8 Kevin Smith at Hiram, 1999 Season 35 Jamie Morckel, 1977 Career 73 Jamie Morckel, 1975-78 EXTRA POINTS ATTEMPTED Game 10 Dick Anderson vs. Waynesburg, 1960 Season 37 Jamie Morckel, 1977 Career 92 Bob Carlisle, 1954-57

SCORING POINTS Game Season Career

32 32 152 364

Ricardo Burks vs. Ohio Northern, 1986 Bill Cooper vs. Findlay, 1958 Bill Cooper, 1960 Bill Cooper, 1957-60

TOUCHDOWNS Game 6 Joe McDaniel vs. Wooster, 1954 Season 23 Bill Cooper, 1960 Career 54 Bill Cooper, 1957-60

KICKING CONSECUTIVE EXTRA POINTS Career 46 Scott Van Fossen, 1980-83 MOST FIELD GOALS MADE Game 4 Vern Albery vs. Hofstra, 1967 4 Scott Van Fossen vs. Marietta, 1982 Season 11 Vern Albery, 1966 Career 25 Vern Albery, 1965-68 LONGEST FIELD GOAL 51 yards Jamie Morckel vs. Marietta, 1978

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MUSKINGUM INDIVIDUAL RECORDS PUNTING

KICKOFF RETURNS

PUNTING YARDS Season 2,741 Bruce Lanning, 1996 Career 8,993 Bruce Lanning, 1993-96

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURNS 98 yards Jeremy Abney at Capital, 2000 95 yards Antwan Curry vs. Capital, 2003 95 yards Connon Thompson vs. John Carroll, 1993

PUNTS ATTEMPTED Season 73 Bruce Lanning, 1996 Career 245 Bryan Gulley, 2004-07 PUNTING AVERAGE Season 43.0 Rick Harbold, 1965 Career 39.2 Rick Harbold, 1964-67

PUNT RETURNS PUNT RETURN YARDS Season 372 Gary Martin, 1977 301 Dave Heimerl, 1967 289 Brian Dimmerling, 1990 283 Gary Martin, 1976 279 Antwan Curry, 2004 274 Jim Heacock, 1968 255 Darrell Hazell, 1985 244 Jim Heacock, 1969 242 Bruce Baxter, 1968 237 Roger Welsh, 1963 Career

782 542 518 516 516 504 469 430 378

Gary Martin, 1975-78 Roger Welsh, 1961-64 Jim Heacock, 1966-69 Danny Johnson, 2001-03 Brian Dimmerling, 1987-90 Bill Frazier, 1956-59 Darrell Hazell, 1982-85 Dave Heimerl, 1966-69 Antwan Curry, 2001-04

KICKOFF RETURN YARDS Game 230 Homer Atkins vs. Mount Union, 1996 Season

676 658 601 589 585 535 512 511 500 489

Career 1,835 1,390 1,384 1,311 1,282 1,264 1,186 1,028 853 849 825

Connon Thompson, 1994 Jeremy Abney, 2000 Brian Dimmerling, 1988 Connon Thompson, 1993 Dennis Hicks, 2007 Antwan Curry, 2003 Antwan Curry, 2004 Homer Atkins, 1999 Caleb Fuller, 2008 Brian Dimmerling, 1989 Connon Thompson, 1992-95 Antwan Curry, 2001-04 Homer Atkins, 1996-99 Tom Dickerson, 1981-84 Dennis Hicks, 2007-10 Jeremy Abney, 1999-2002 Caleb Fuller, 2004-08 Steve Howard, 2003-06 Rick Harbold, 1964-67 Jack Murray, 2006-08 Jim Rockwell, 1971-74

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS Most consecutive wins Most consecutive OAC wins Most consecutive losses Most consecutive ties Undefeated regular seasons

17 1965-66 21 1964-66 13 1899-1901 3 1902 1926, ’31, ’55, ’60, ’66

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MUSKINGUM INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 15.5 14.0 13.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 10.5 9.5 9.5

DEFENSE TACKLES Game 22 22 22 Season

Career

SACKS Game

Jack Junker vs. Otterbein, 2006 Pete Matthews vs. Otterbein, 1987 Chuck Turner vs. Wittenberg, 1985

132 130 125 121 116 114 113 112 109 108

Eric Goddard, 1997 Lane Fargo, 1991 Mike Sarap, 1991 Pete Matthews, 1997 Alex Thomas, 2011 Jeff Allison, 1985 Scott Gaverick, 1984 Chuck Turner, 1985 Steve Hare, 1992 Todd Fuller, 1987

363 359 308 303 303 262 259 253 250 239 220

Pete Matthews, 1994-97 Scott Greenawalt, 1993-96 Todd Filtz, 2001-04 Alex Thomas, 2007-11 Chuck Turner, 1984-87 Connon Thompson, 1992-95 Erik Goddard, 1995-98 Ryan Spicer, 2000-03 Jack Junker, 2003-06 Corey Dye, 1996-99 Mike Sarap, 1988-91

4 4 4 4 4

Season

14 12 9.5 9 8.5 8.5 8 8 8 8

Career

20 19.5 16.5

Dave Hendrix vs. Hiram, 1995 John Demers vs. Capital, 1986 Kevin Wood vs. Thiel, 1985 Tim Swanger vs. Marietta, 1984 Tim Swanger vs. Ohio Northern, 1984 Tim Swanger, 1984 Kevin Woods, 1985 Antasio Holley, 1995 Mike Collodi, 2003 Dave Hendrix, 1995 Dennis Swit, 1990 Micah Fuchs, 1997 Kevin Woods, 1986 Jeff Bratschie, 1986 Keith Demers, 1984 Kevin Woods, 1983-86 Brandon Clum, 2001-04 Mike Collodi, 2000-03

Dennis Swit, 1987-90 Chad Bajc, 2007-10 Micah Fuchs, 1995-98 Nathan Hedge, 2004-07 Antasio Holley, 1994-97 Dave Hendrix, 1992-95 Corey Hall, 1989-92 Josh McInturff, 2004-07 Eric Peterson, 1996-99

INTERCEPTIONS Game 5 Doug Russell vs. Denison, 1930 3 Matt Louis vs. Capital, 2000 3 Corey Harper vs. Otterbein, 1989 3 Doug Devito vs. Capital, 1984 3 Chuck Brown vs. Wittenberg, 1984 3 Greg Tuel vs. Heidelberg, 1983 3 Mike Miller vs. Denison, 1975 3 Doug Welsh vs. Hofstra, 1966 Season

10 Corey Harper, 1989 9 Bill Recinella, 1980 8 Doug Welsh, 1966 7 Matt Louis, 2002 7 Jeff Heacock, 1975 7 Jim Heacock, 1967 6 Nate Wutrick, 1996 6 Todd Hickerson, 1985 6 Jeff Heacock, 1974 6 Jim Heacock, 1968 6 Bruce Baxter, 1968 6 Doug Welsh, 1964

Career

20 18 18 17 16 14 14 13 12 11

Doug Welsh, 1964-67 Corey Harper, 1987-90 Jim Heacock, 1966-69 Bill Recinella, 1978-81 Jeff Heacock, 1972-75 Matt Louis, 1999-02 Connon Thompson, 1992-95 Ryan Spicer, 2000-03 Bruce Baxter, 1966-69 Pat Kirkland, 1993-96

Incomplete defensive tackle and sack statistics from 1965-1983 Incomplete defensive statistics from 1895-1964

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MUSKINGUM TEAM RECORDS SINGLE GAME TOTAL OFFENSE Total Net Yardage 693 vs. Marietta Number of Plays 95 vs. Otterbein Most First Downs 34 (2x), last at Hiram RUSHING Total New Yardage Number of Plays Most First Downs

SINGLE SEASON 1957 2001 1999

605 vs. Waynesburg 79 vs. Waynesburg 27 (2x), last at Hiram

1960 1962 1999

49 (2x) vs. last vs. Waynesburg

PASSING Most Attempts Most Completions Most Yards Passing Most First Downs Most Passes Int. Most TD Passes Most Passes Had Int.

32 vs. Capital 321 vs. Capital 13 (3x), last vs. Marietta 6 (5x), last vs. B-W 5 vs. Wooster 6 (2x), last vs. Capital

2007 2001 2001 1985 1990 1954 1988

SCORING Most Points Most Points Allowed Most TDs (Modern) Most 1 pt. Conv. Most 2 pt. Conv.

74 vs. Marietta 103 vs. Ohio University 11 vs. Marietta 8 at Hiram 4 vs. Marietta

1957 1911 1957 1999 1957

PUNTING Most Punts Most Yards

13 vs. Mount Union 524 vs. Mount Union

2007 2007

TOTAL OFFENSE Total Net Yardage Best Average Yards/Game Most First Downs

4,172 456.4 212

1984 1960 1984

RUSHING Most Plays Total Net Yardage Best Average Yards/Play Best Average Yards/Game Most First Downs Most Touchdowns

576 3,197 6.12 355.2 153 51

1986 1960 1960 1960 1960 1960

PASSING Most Attempts Most Completions Most Yards Passing Most Passes Intercepted Most Passes Had Int. Fewest Passes Had Int. Most First Downs Best Average Yards/Game Most Touchdowns

302 176 1,884 27 23 2 82 188.4 14

2007 2001 2007 1984 1982 1966 2008 2007 1983, ’91

SCORING Most Points Most Touchdowns Most Points/Game Most PATs Attempted (Kick) Most PATs Good (Kick) Most PATs Total Most Two Point Conversions

425 61 47.2 40 38 59 19

1960 1960 1960 1984 1984 1960 1960

PUNTING Most Punts Most Yards Punting Best Average Punting

73 2,741 42.6

1996 1996 1965

GENERAL Most Fumbles Most Fumbles Lost Most. Opp. Fum. Rec. Most Penalties

28 18 17 73

1962 1961 1971 1989

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MUSKINGUM YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORES 1895 (1-0) 5 4 Zanesville Ath. Club 1896 (2-1) 0 St. Clairsville 1 6 Zanesville Ath. Club Def. Zanesville Ath. Club 0 0 0 0 10

1897 (1-4) Ohio University Wheeling Tigers Marietta Denison Denison

1898 (1-1) 6 Denison 1 2 Marietta

0 4 0

32 6 36 18 6 0 17

6 0 0 0 0

1899 (1-4) Denison Ohio State Ohio State Denison Marietta

0 34 33 12 23

0 0 0 0

1900 (0-3-1) Denison Marietta Marietta Denison

0 21 22 12

0 5 5 0 0

1901 (0-5) Denison Ohio University Marietta Marietta Denison

5 17 29 8 12

20 0 28 0 10 0 0 0

1902 (3-2-3) Zanesville High 0 Denison 18 Coshocton Ath. Assc. 5 Ohio Medical Univ. 4 5 Columbus Deaf Mutes 6 Marietta 0 Westminster 0 Westminster 0

0 0 0 22 0 22

1903 (2-4) Denison Denison Ohio State West Virginia C.S. Marietta Franklin

28 5 0 0 17 33 22 6

1904 (5-2-1) Merideth Business Col.0 Merideth Business Col.0 Ohio State 46 Denison 40 Coshocton Ath. Assc.0 Waynesburg 5 Ohio Universiy 0 Marietta 6

0 11 0 9 0 0 33 0

4 12 30 0 59 0

1905 (3-4-1) Ohio State 40 Coshocton Ath. Assc. 0 Marietta 52 Cambridge Ath. Assn. 5 Ohio University 0 Otterbein 15 Scio College 0 Ohio University 32

6 0 0 5 5 23 37 28 5 11 0 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 4 0 36 0 0 0

1906 (5-5) Denison Massillon Ath. Club Ohio State Ohio University Cambridge High Mount Union Franklin Otterbein Marietta Zanesville Ath. Club 1907 (0-9) Denison Ohio State Bethany WUP Pittsburgh Mount Union Otterbein Wittenberg Marietta Cambridge High 1908 (1-5) Marietta Denison Franklin Mount Union Otterbein Kenyon

21 96 16 16 0 0 0 0 9 0 6 16 6 33 16 5 4 48 5 5 34 0 12 16 40

32 0 0 0 7 33 7

1914 (2-5) Antioch Mount Union Otterbein Geneva Heidelberg Ohio Northern Kenyon

2 36 20 59 19 14 14

7 21 0 0 7 19 0

1915 (2-4-1) Mount Union Franklin Ohio University Geneva Wash. & Jeff. Bethany Heidelberg

12 0 35 36 41 0 0

0 0 0 0 14 0 38 0 7

1916 (2-7) West Virginia Wes. Heidelberg Marshall Bethany Hiram Otterbein Baldwin-Wallace Wooster Wittenberg

40 21 19 26 19 21 0 47 3

3 6 0 27 25 47 0

1917 (4-3) Akron Otterbein Bethany Wittenberg Baldwin-Wallace Marshall Heidelberg

33 0 26 0 7 0 14

0 6 2 0

1918 (2-2) Akron Otterbein Bethany Baldwin-Wallace

39 0 0 25

6 0 0 0 13 6 6 20

1919 (2-6) Ohio University Heidelberg Geneva Marietta Wilmington Marshall Bethany Otterbein

0 34 35 0 17 17 7 0 32 0 7 28 14 6 35 7 0

0 0 0 42 0

1909 (1-4) Denison Ohio University Otterbein Scio Waynesburg

23 6 17 2 16

16 0 0 0 0 0

1910 (1-4-1) Scio Marietta Ohio Wesleyan Ohio University Geneva Ohio Northern

6 45 37 0 17 16

0 2 0 0 0 0

1911 (0-6) Akron Buchtel Otterbein Carnegie Tech Ohio University Marietta Ohio University

43 0 0 9 0 3 3 0

1912 (2-6) Zanesville High Marietta Otterbein Antioch Kenyon Geneva Hiram Marshall

0 13 20 6 52 19 45 51

24 0 0 14 0 0 20 37

1920 (4-4) Otterbein Geneva Duquesne Dayton Heidelberg Baldwin-Wallace Capital Marshall

6 3 10 51 20 39

1913 (3-2-1) Bethany Ohio University Kenyon Wilmington St. Mary's Antioch

28 3 23 0 0 3

0 34 7 6 27 35 8 9 0

1921 (4-3-2) Wilmington Defiance Kenyon Wittenberg Rio Grande Dayton Akron Earlham Baldwin-Wallace

48 30 15 103 35 48

13 19 2 34 0 19 13 0

7 0 7 15 6 12 0 6 0

1922 (4-5, 1-4) Heidelberg Wittenberg Otterbein Broaddus Kenyon Earlham Toledo Marshall Wooster

0 34 3 21 6 34 6 0

1923 (5-3, 3-3) Case Western Reserve 6 Kenyon 0 Wilmington 0 Heidelberg 13 Hiram 21 Marshall 9 Otterbein 0 Wittenberg 14

0 54 0 14 0 0 13 0

1924 (2-6, 2-5) Case Western Reserve 6 Hiram 0 Kenyon 10 Heidelberg 2 Marshall 3 Wittenberg 21 Otterbein 20 Ohio Northern 17

7 26 45 0 13 0 14 7

1925 (4-3-1, 3-3) Rio Grande Capital Hiram Kenyon Otterbein Denison Ohio Northern Heidelberg

6 17 26 0 12 0 3 0 43

7 6 7 27 0 12 6 14

1929 (6-2, 5-0) Ohio Conference Champions 2 9 Capital 0 0 Denison 20 0 Ohio University 59 2 7 Marietta 6 1 3 Mount Union 0 2 5 Bethany 0 2 1 Wooster 19 3 4 Kenyon 14 1930 (6-1-1, 3-0-1) Ohio Conference Champions 6 0 Rio Grande 0 1 8 Case Western Reserve 6 2 5 Denison 0 1 4 West Liberty 12 2 0 Mount Union 7 4 5 Marietta 0 6 Wooster 6 0 Ohio University 32 1931 (8-0, 4-0) Ohio Conference Champions 1 2 Wilmington 0 2 1 Findlay 0 7 Mount Union 0 1 9 Bethany 6 2 1 Heidelberg 6 1 5 Cincinnati 0 1 9 Wooster 0 2 4 Ashland 0 6 0 6 32 0 14 0 7

1932 (4-3-1, 3-1-1) Waynesburg 13 Ohio State “B” Team 2 Mount Union 0 Ashland 6 Heidelberg 13 Akron 4 Wooster 0 Westminster 6

12 0 19 15 9 0 6 0

1933 (5-2-1, 4-2-1) Kent State 0 Otterbein 0 Mount Union 0 Heidelberg 6 Wooster 6 Akron 15 Westminster 0 John Carroll 12

1927 (8-1, 7-1) Ohio Conference Co-Champs 6 Indiana St. Normal 0 2 6 Denison 0 5 3 Kenyon 6 6 4 Capital 2 1 2 Akron 20 2 7 Otterbein 0 3 2 Heidelberg 0 3 8 Ohio Northern 21 4 0 Marietta 0

6 28 13 3 3 14 0 2 6

1934 (5-3-1, 4-2-1) Kent State 6 Marietta 6 Mount Union 0 Heidelberg 0 Akron 0 Wooster 22 Toledo 9 Westminster 0 Waynesburg 21

1928 (4-4-1, 4-2-1) Otterbein 0 Heidelberg 6 Capital 6 Denison 7 Akron 0 Marietta 14 Kenyon 0 Ohio State 39 Dayton 48

25 6 0 0 25 14 17 19 6

1935 (5-4, 3-3) Otterbein Denison Mount Union Heidelberg Westminster Wooster Ohio University Akron Marietta

1926 (9-0, 7-0) Ohio Conference Champions 6 Ashland 0 1 9 Hiram 0 2 8 Capital 7 6 Ohio Northern 0 1 9 Heidelberg 8 1 2 Otterbein 0 3 9 Kenyon 34 2 2 Denison 13 2 7 Marietta 6

13 6 50 0 12 13 38 0 2

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MUSKINGUM YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORES 1936 (6-3, 5-1) Otterbein 0 Denison 13 Mount Union 2 Heidelberg 0 Akron 18 Ohio Northern 7 Wooster 6 Marietta 20 Wayne University 1 9 1937 (4-3-2, 3-2-2) 1 9 Otterbein 6 7 Wash. & Jeff. 6 2 6 Heidelberg 0 0 Denison 13 2 7 Wittenberg 13 6 Wooster 13 0 Ohio Northern 0 1 3 Marietta 19 7 Mount Union 7 1938 (5-3-1, 4-1-1) 1 2 Otterbein 6 2 0 •Bluffton 7 7 •Wash. & Jeff. 21 2 0 Heidelberg 6 0 •Denison 25 0 Wooster 0 7 •Ohio Northern 6 7 Marietta 6 0 •Mount Union 6 1939 (8-1, 6-0) Ohio Conference Champions 3 2 Otterbein 0 7 Wash. & Jeff. 16 1 4 Mount Union 0 2 0 Marietta 0 2 0 Denison 6 2 0 Wooster 7 1 9 Ohio Northern 0 5 5 Heidelberg 0 2 6 Georgetown 0 1940 (5-2-1, 3-1) 0 Ohio Wesleyan 0 2 1 Mount Union 0 1 4 Wash. & Jeff. 7 1 9 Georgetown 0 3 Wooster 14 1 3 Ohio Northern 6 1 0 Heidelberg 0 0 Denison 26 1941 (3-5, 2-3) 0 Akron 10 0 Wittenberg 13 1 2 Findlay 6 0 Denison 6 1 2 Wooster 20 0 Ohio Northern 20 1 2 Wash. & Jeff. 7 1 3 Mount Union 7 1942 (3-4-2, 1-4) 6 Patterson A.F. 0 7 Akron 7 6 Otterbein 21 9 Findlay 19 6 Denison 6 6 Wooster 27 0 Ohio Northern 22 2 1 Wash. & Jeff. 0 2 9 Mount Union 0 1943 (1-1) 6 Rio Grande 7 3 1 Rio Grande 0 1944 (3-2) 6 •W.V. Tech 0 2 6 Capital 12 1 3 W.V.Tech 12 7 •Otterbein 12 1 3 •Capital 14 24 26 7 13 6 14 7 18 0

1945 (6-1-1, 4-1-1) •Rio Grande 0 Otterbein 0 Capital 13 Wittenberg 13 •Heidelberg 12 •Ashland 6 •Kenyon 0 •Fletcher Hospital 0 1946 (5-2-1, 3-0-1) 2 6 Capital 6 1 5 Heidelberg 0 0 Ohio University 38 3 3 Canterbury 12 1 2 Wooster 12 1 4 Denison 13 7 Wash. & Jeff. 26 1 6 Wittenberg 14 1947 (5-3, 3-3) 7 Capital 0 1 4 •Heidelberg 0 2 1 Canterbury 0 2 1 •Wash. & Jeff. 20 1 3 Wooster 16 1 4 •Denison 20 4 2 •Ohio Northern 0 6 Oberlin 20 1948 (3-4-1, 3-3-1) 4 0 •Capital 6 8 Heidelberg 21 2 1 •Akron 12 2 0 Ohio Northern 7 7 •Wooster 7 6 Denison 7 0 Mount Union 19 1 4 •Wash. & Jeff. 21 1949 (8-1, 7-0) Ohio Conference Champions 2 7 Capital 0 2 7 •Heidelberg 7 3 8 •Mount Union 0 4 4 Kenyon 7 4 0 Wooster 7 1 4 •Denison 12 3 8 •Oberlin 7 7 Wash. & Jeff. 26 2 1 Rollins 0 1950 (7-1, 6-0) Ohio Conference Champions 6 7 •Capital 0 1 7 Heidelberg 7 4 7 •Slippery Rock 7 4 9 •Wooster 7 2 7 Wooster 7 4 6 •Marietta 7 2 6 Case 49 6 0 Otterbein 13 25 0 0 39 25 38 66 6

23 13 20 31 20 34 6 48 20 26 28 27 26 9 36 14 48

1951 (5-2-1, 3-2-1) Baldwin-Wallace •Heidelberg Slippery Rock Wooster •Denison Marietta •Ohio Wesleyan •Otterbein 1952 (6-3, 5-2) •Mount Union •Fort Knox Heidelberg •Slippery Rock Wooster Denison •Marietta Ohio Wesleyan Otterbein

19 13 7 8 21 7 69 19 12 47 21 6 13 14 7 36 21

1953 (3-4-1, 3-3-1) •Heidelberg 12 Akron 26 Slippery Rock 32 Wooster 7 •Denison 7 Marietta 36 •Otterbein 13 Mount Union 28 1954 (6-2-1, 5-1-1) 6 Toledo 27 4 2 •Marietta 6 1 3 Heidelberg 13 2 6 •Kenyon 0 2 0 Wash. & Jeff. 0 4 1 •Wooster 7 2 7 Capital 14 1 3 Denison 18 4 7 •Mount Union 14 1955 (8-0, 7-0) Ohio Conference Champions 5 3 Marietta 0 1 9 Akron 7 2 3 •Ohio Weslyan 19 2 9 •Wash. & Jeff. 0 3 5 Wooster 14 5 4 •Capital 14 3 8 •Denison 0 4 0 Mount Union 6 1956 (5-2-1, 5-2-1) 2 7 •Mount Union 13 2 8 •Akron 28 3 3 Marietta 0 2 3 •Wittenberg 7 2 8 •Wooster 13 7 Denison 23 6 5 Otterbein 0 1 6 Heidelberg 20 1957 (5-4, 4-3) 1 3 •Geneva 6 2 6 Akron 7 1 4 •Denison 19 7 Wittenberg 33 1 6 Wooster 0 1 3 •Heidelberg 19 6 1 •Otterbein 14 7 4 Marietta 0 7 Toledo 33 1958 (8-1, 6-1) 1 3 Geneva 0 7 •Akron 8 3 3 Denison 15 4 8 •Findlay 15 3 5 Capital 6 2 2 Heidelberg 0 3 4 •Wooster 0 3 1 •Marieta 16 7 Mount Union 6 1959 (7-2, 6-2) 3 6 Marietta 24 0 Akron 6 2 9 •Denison 7 2 1 Wittenberg 0 2 8 •Capital 0 6 •Heidelberg 7 2 7 Waynesburg 2 2 2 Wooster 8 4 0 •Mount Union 12 1960 (9-0, 7-0) Ohio Conference Champions 6 4 •Marietta 6 3 6 •Wittenberg 0 3 5 Denison 14 4 7 Hope 0 3 8 Heidelberg 6 5 8 •Akron 0 6 6 •Waynesburg 7 3 5 •Wooster 6 4 6 Mount Union 0 12 13 19 14 0 48 35 23

1961 (7-2, 5-1) Marietta 0 Baldwin-Wallace 35 •Denison 7 •Mount Union 0 •Heidelberg 0 West Chester State 1 6 Akron 35 Wooster 0 •Findlay 0 1962 (7-2, 6-2) 6 •Akron 14 5 8 •Marietta 0 1 4 Denison 7 7 Mount Union 6 6 Heidelberg 3 2 8 •Wooster 0 2 5 •Waynesburg 6 3 5 •Capital 0 0 •Baldwin-Wallace 13 1963 (6-3, 6-2) 0 Akron 13 5 7 Marietta 12 6 •Denison 7 3 1 •Mount Union 0 1 4 •Heidelberg 0 2 8 Wooster 0 1 4 Waynesburg 24 2 8 Capital 7 1 0 •Baldwin-Wallace 0 1964 (8-2, 7-1) 1 1 •Akron 0 7 Baldwin-Wallace 10 2 1 •Marietta 0 1 9 Mount Union 10 2 0 Heidelberg 7 2 5 •Wooster 0 1 3 •Waynesburg 12 1 3 Denison 7 1 0 •Ohio Wesleyan 0 0 Middle Tenn. St.^ 20 ^Grantland Rice Bowl 1965 (8-1, 7-0) Ohio Conference Champions 3 Findlay 7 8 •Baldwin-Wallace 0 4 7 Marietta 0 7 •Mount Union 0 7•Heidelberg 6 3 Wooster 0 7 Waynesburg 6 2 7 •Denison 0 2 8 Ohio Wesleyan 21 1966 (9-1, 6-0) Ohio Conference Champions 2 8 •Akron 0 3 4 •Marietta 0 1 5 Mount Union 8 1 9 Heidelberg 0 3 2 •Wooster 0 4 7 •Ohio Northern 0 2 0 Denison 3 2 7 Hofstra 19 2 4 Baldwin-Wallace 7 7 Middle Tenn. St.^ 34 ^Grantland Rice Bowl 1967 (8-1, 5-1) 0 •Wittenberg 21 5 3 Otterbein 7 1 2 •Mount Union 0 1 0 Heidelberg 3 3 4 •Capital 13 1 7 Ohio Northern 6 1 4 •Denison 7 1 2 •Hofstra 9 2 1 Hobart 6 1968 (6-2-1, 5-2) 1 3 West Liberty 13 0 Marietta 7 2 7 •Otterbein 0 14 6 13 36 23 19 14 6 32

13 3 9 13 31 6

Wittenberg 7 •Ohio Wesleyan 19 Capital 0 Denison 7 •Heidelberg 0 •Hobart 0 1969 (5-2-2, 3-1-2) 2 7 •West Liberty 7 1 7 •Marietta 0 1 4 •Baldwin-Wallace 14 7 Ashland 17 7 Ohio Wesleyan 31 1 3 •Capital 0 2 0 •Denison 7 7 Heidelberg 7 1 4 Findlay 7 1970 (6-3, 5-1) 9 •West Liberty 28 2 7 Marietta 21 2 0 Baldwin-Wallace 9 2 3 •Ashland 6 2 8 •Ohio Wesleyan 13 1 4 Capital 23 4 0 Denison 20 2 1 •Heidelberg 6 1 2 Wilkes, Pa. 14 1971 (1-8, 1-5) 7 West Liberty 20 7 •Marietta 20 7 •Baldwin-Wallace 20 6 Ashland 34 0 Ohio Wesleyan 27 7 •Capital 0 0 •Denison 28 3 Heidelberg 30 6 •Wilkes, Pa. 41 1972 (5-5, 4-0) 6 •West Liberty 14 1 7 Baldwin-Wallace 45 1 4 •Heidelberg 34 1 0 •Ashland 23 3 4 Findlay 14 5 4 Otterbein 21 3 5 •Denison 26 2 1 Ohio Wesleyan 8 4 1 •Marietta 12 0 Heidelberg^ 24 ^OAC Championship Game 1973 (5-3-1, 2-1-1) 1 0 West Liberty 7 2 7 •Baldwin-Wallace 21 1 4 Heidelberg 31 1 9 Wofford 40 1 6 •Findlay 6 7 •Otterbein 10 2 1 Denison 14 0 •Ohio Wesleyan 0 1 0 Marietta 7 1974 (4-5, 2-3) 3 2 •Westminster 31 0 Slippery Rock 31 7 •Wittenberg 30 6 0 •Heidelberg 20 0 Baldwin-Wallace 16 1 0 Otterbein 28 4 2 •Denison 14 2 1 Wooster 3 2 7 •Marietta 40 1975 (6-4, 4-1) OAC Champions 0 Westminster 6 1 3 •Slippery Rock 15 1 6 Wittenberg 20 3 8 Heidelberg 0 2 1 •Baldwin-Wallace 17 3 4 •Otterbein 9 1 0 Denison 0 2 7 •Wooster 14 2 0 Marietta 25 9 Wittenberg^ 0 ^OAC Championship Game

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MUSKINGUM YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORES 7 31 35 0 24 24 21 14 19 27 21 48 37 28 28 35 31 14 23 21 6 3 7 12 10 10 42 13 7 7 12 7 16 0 6 12 7 21 13 12 12 6 10 18 21 7 17 7 14 14 7 17 7 7 24 14 33 0 14 10 14 10 14 38 0 42 20 14 30 24 26 14 14 34

1976 (6-3, 3-2) •Marietta •Baldwin-Wallace Denison •Ashland Wooster •Heidelberg Ohio Northern Capital •Wittenberg 1977 (7-2, 4-1) Marietta Baldwin-Wallace •Denison Ashland •Wooster Heidelberg •Ohio Northern •Capital Wittenberg 1978 (3-5-1, 1-4) Edinboro State •Denison •Baldwin-Wallace Capital Otterbein •Marietta •Wittenberg Wooster Heidelberg 1979 (2-7, 1-4) •Edinboro State Denison Baldwin-Wallace •Capital •Otterbein Marietta Wittenberg •Wooster •Ohio Wesleyan 1980 (1-8, 0-6) Baldwin-Wallace •Marietta Denison •Wittenberg Capital •Ohio Northern Heidelberg Ohio Wesleyan •Wooster 1981 (3-6, 1-5) •Baldwin-Wallace Marietta •Denison Wittenberg •Capital Ohio Northern •Heidelberg •Ohio Wesleyan Wooster 1982 (2-7, 0-5) John Carroll •Wittenberg Marietta •Denison •Baldwin-Wallace Capital •Heidelberg Wooster •Mount Union 1983 (6-3, 4-1) •John Carroll Wittenberg •Marietta Denison Baldwin-Wallace •Capital Heidelberg •Wooster Mount Union 1984 (9-1, 7-1) •Baldwin-Wallace Ohio Northern

6 3 14 35 0 0 24 10 31 14 35 14 18 18 0 18 14 41 10 21 17 16 22 7 34 21 7 28 10 41 28 10 14 41 30 10 24 0 18 17 21 20 24 27 31 34 3 3 42 20 13 6 27 21 6 17 13 19 38 14 21 20 28 14 44 9 31 22 21 0 22 9 27 14

38 35 7 28 41 49 24 14

•Otterbein Capital •Wittenberg Thiel •Heidelberg •Ohio Wesleyan Mount Union Marietta 1985 (7-3, 5-3) 2 1 •Ohio Northern 3 3 Otterbein 2 5 •Capital 4 1 Kalamazoo 5 7 •Thiel 1 4 Baldwin-Wallace 1 4 Wittenberg 2 7 •Marietta 3 8 Heidelberg 3 •Mount Union 1986 (7-3, 6-2) 2 6 •Indiana St. Joseph 1 7 •Capital 3 3 Wittenberg 3 3 •Heidelberg 7 Baldwin-Wallace 2 1 •Waynesburg 4 1 Marietta 1 4 •Mount Union 1 6 Otterbein 4 5 •Ohio Northern 1987 (5-4-1, 5-2-1) 1 9 •Lock Haven 1 0 Capital 2 1 •Wittenberg 1 7 Heidelberg 1 2 •Baldwin-Wallace 6 Waynesburg 4 8 •Marietta 1 0 Mount Union 3 1•Otterbein 3 6 Ohio Northern 1988 (4-5-1, 2-5-1) 2 6 •Urbana 1 9 Wittenberg 4 4 Marietta 2 3 •Heidelberg 3 2 Findlay 2 3 •Baldwin-Wallace 1 7 Mount Union 1 4 Otterbein 2 9 •Ohio Northern 1 5 •Capital 1989 (7-3, 6-2) 1 3 Urbana 1 2 •John Carroll 4 4 •Marietta 4 2 Heidelberg 1 0 •Findlay 2 3 Baldwin-Wallace 1 4 •Mount Union 3 5 •Otterbein 2 4 Ohio Northern 4 1 Capital 1990 (3-7, 2-7) 2 1 •Urbana 8 •Heidelberg 2 0 •Otterbein 2 7 Hiram 2 1 Marietta 6 Baldwin-Wallace 1 4 •Ohio Northern 1 3 •Mount Union 6 Capital 1 0 John Carroll 1991 (7-3, 6-3) 1 0 Denison 2 8 Heidelberg 2 6 Otterbein 3 9 •Hiram 4 9 •Marietta 2 1 •Baldwin-Wallace 2 1 Ohio Northern 6 Mount Union

14 0 0 27 7 0 19 0 7 14 13 0 23 24 17 3 31 24 27 14 7 7 10 3 14 21 9 0 20 14 17 10 28 16 24 17 20 32 14 35 9 28 22 31 17 17 10 25 5 21 20 20 16 20 38 17 0 7 7 13 21 0 7 13 23 40 13 25 3 21 13 13 0 41 7 53

1 4 •Capital 2 4 •John Carroll 1992 (4-6, 3-6) 4 2 •Denison 1 3 •Mount Union 1 8 Baldwin-Wallace 2 8 Heidelberg 2 0 •Ohio Northern 3 John Carroll 4 1 •Capital 4 4 Hiram 4 0 Otterbein 0 •Marietta 1993 (2-7-1, 2-6-1) 7 •Wittenberg 2 1 Mount Union 0 •Baldwin-Wallace 0 •Heidelberg 2 1 Ohio Northern 1 8 •John Carroll 2 1 Capital 4 5 •Hiram 3 2 •Otterbein 7 Marietta 1994 (2-8, 2-7) 7 Wittenberg 2 0 Hiram 4 0 •Capital 2 1 •Ohio Northern 6 Baldwin-Wallace 1 5 Heidelberg 7 •Mount Union 3 John Carroll 4 1 Otterbein 6 •Marietta 1995 (6-3-1, 5-3-1) 3 4 Denison 1 4 •Hiram 3 1 Capital 2 0 Ohio Northern 1 7 •Baldwin-Wallace 1 1 •Heidelberg 7 Mt. Union 7 •John Carroll 6 •Otterbein 0 Marietta 1996 (5-5, 4-5) 3 3 •Denison 1 6 Heidelberg 1 7 Hiram 1 6 •Capital 0 John Carroll 0 •Ohio Northern 1 7 •Mount Union 1 4 Baldwin-Wallace 9 Otterbein 3 0 •Marietta 1997 (2-8, 2-7) 1 6 Denison 7 •Heidelberg 3 5 •Hiram 6 Capital 7 •John Carroll 7 Ohio Northern 0 Mount Union 1 0 •Baldwin-Wallace 2 1 •Otterbein 1 2 Marietta 1998 (5-5, 4-5) 1 9 •Denison 7 •Marietta 2 8 Capital 1 4 Otterbein 4 2 •Hiram 2 8 Ohio Northern 2 0 •John Carroll 1 4 Baldwin-Wallace 3 Mount Union 1 7 •Heidelberg 1999 (3-7, 2-7) 3 3 Denison 1 9 Marietta 4 2 •Capital 2 2 •Otterbein

28 17 18 31 35 6 48 27 7 22 41 21 29 49 28 15 21 20 28 13 29 19 21 21 20 23 27 25 31 33 9 7 0 0 11 18 0 10 41 7 7 24 0 13 0 0 34 28 55 36 7 3 24 14 27 10 36 41 59 16 17 14 14 35 16 7 14 35 37 34 37 0 0 35 21 48

56 28 7 0 21 22 42 0 14 31 38 3 7 7 45 26 22 14 20 28 21 33 6 7 31 42 6 19 3 7 21 34 10 26 27 25 40 45 0 24 24 20 17 6 21 16 6 5 11 7 7 21 7 21 7 7 10 3 10 16 0 13 17 49 0 9 45 7 0 0 10 3 0 0 14 28

Hiram 20 •Ohio Northern 32 John Carroll 45 •Baldwin-Wallace 28 •Mount Union 59 Heidelberg 31 2000 (4-6, 3-6) •Mount Saint Joseph 1 4 Ohio Northern 49 •Wilmington 21 •Marietta 29 Capital 35 •John Carroll 41 Baldwin-Wallace 52 Mount Union 62 •Heidelberg 35 Otterbein 30 2001 (3-7, 2-7) Mount Saint Joesph 0 •Ohio Northern 38 Wilmington 31 Marietta 31 •Capital 33 John Carroll 49 •Baldwin-Wallace 47 •Mount Union 48 Heidelberg 7 •Otterbein 35 2002 (3-7, 3-6) •Thomas More 25 •Heidelberg 0 Mount Union 49 Ohio Northern 35 •Wilmington 13 Otterbein 21 Baldwin-Wallace 49 •John Carroll 34 Capital 35 •Marietta 31 2003 (5-5, 4-5) Thomas More 35 Heidelberg 14 •Mount Union 58 •Ohio Northern 16 Wilmington 7 •Otterbein 12 •Baldwin-Wallace 35 John Carroll 21 •Capital 42 Marietta 19 2004 (1-9, 1-8) Wooster 27 •Wilmington 17 Ohio Northern 31 Baldwin-Wallace 14 •John Carroll 14 Capital 47 •Marietta 12 •Heidelberg 12 Mount Union 34 Otterbein 31 2005 (2-8, 2-7) •Wooster 13 Wilmington 14 •Ohio Northern 34 •Baldwin-Wallace 10 John Carroll 34 •Capital 30 Marietta 18 Heidelberg 9 •Mount Union 45 •Otterbein 13 2006 (2-8, 1-8) •Bethany 20 Ohio Northern 36 •Mount Union 62 Wilmington 20 Marietta 30 •Baldwin-Wallace 30 •John Carroll 38 Otterbein 20 Capital 52 •Heidelberg 12

10 9 0 40 21 20 6 0 13 21 35 7 13 35 20 7 22 10 15 41 7 21 14 34 24 14 15 7 34 31 19 31 0 3 21 17 14 16 24 0 24 34 27 14 7 14 13 17 26 0

2007 (0-10, 0-9) Waynesburg •Ohio Northern Mount Union •Wilmington •Marietta Baldwin-Wallace John Carroll •Otterbein •Capital Heidelberg 2008 (3-7, 2-7) • Defiance Otterbein •Mount Union Ohio Northern Wilmington •Baldwin-Wallace Marietta Capital •John Carroll •Heidelberg 2009 (4-6, 4-5) Defiance • Otterbein Mount Union • Ohio Northern • Wilmington Baldwin-Wallace • Marietta • Capital John Carroll Heidelberg 2010 (3-7, 2-7) • Defiance Marietta Ohio Northern •Wilmington Heidelberg •John Carroll Otterbein •Baldwin-Wallace • Capital Mount Union 2011 (4-6, 3-6) Defiance •Marietta •#9 Ohio Northern Wilmington •Heidelberg John Carroll •Otterbein Baldwin-Wallace Capital •#2 Mount Union

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OAC FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS: ’26, ’27, ’29, ’30, ’31, ’39, ’49, ’50, ’55, ’60, ’65, ’66, ’75

MUSKINGUM ALL-OPPONENT RECORDS Team Won Akron 10 Akron Buchtel 0 Alderson-Broaddus 1 Antioch 3 Ashland 6 Baldwin Wallace 13 Bethany 5 Bluffton 1 Cambridge Ath. Assn. 1 Cambridge H.S. 1 Canterburg 2 Capital 36 Carnegie Tech 0 Case Western 1 Cincinnati 1 Columbus Deaf Mutes 1 Coshocton Ath. Club 3 Dayton 2 Defiance 4 Denison 38 Duquesne 0 Earlham 2 Edinboro State 1 Findlay 8 Fletcher Hospital 1 Fort Knox 0 Franklin 4 Geneva 2 Georgetown (Ky.) 2 Heidelberg 55 Hiram 12 Hobart 2 Hofstra 2 Hope 1 Indiana St. Joseph 0 Indiana St. Normal 1 John Carroll 5 Kalamazoo 1 Kent State 1 Kenyon 8 Lock Haven 0 Marietta 48 Marshall 4 Massillon Ath. Club 0

Lost 13 1 0 0 4 40 5 0 0 1 0 23 1 3 0 0 0 1 1 35 1 0 1 3 0 1 0 6 0 28 4 0 0 0 1 0 20 0 0 7 1 40 4 1

Tied 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 2 0 0

First Game 1917 1911 1922 1912 1926 1916 1907 1938 1905 1906 1946 1920 1911 1923 1931 1902 1902 1920 1921 1897 1920 1921 1978 1931 1945 1952 1903 1910 1939 1914 1912 1967 1966 1960 1986 1927 1933 1985 1933 1908 1987 1897 1912 1906

Last Game 1966 1911 1922 1914 1977 2011 2006 1938 1905 1906 1947 2011 1911 1950 1931 1902 1905 1928 2011 1999 1920 1922 1979 1989 1945 1952 1915 1958 1940 2011 1999 1968 1967 1960 1986 1927 2011 1985 1934 1954 1987 2011 1924 1906

Team Won Merideth Bus. Coll. 2 Middle Tenn. St. 0 Mount Saint Joseph 2 Mount Union 29 Oberlin 1 Ohio Northern 24 Ohio State 0 Ohio State “B” 0 Ohio University 1 Ohio Wesleyan 7 OSU Medical 0 Otterbein 39 Patterson Air Force 1 Rio Grande 4 Rollins (Fla.) 1 Scio College 3 Slippery Rock 3 St. Clairsville 0 St. Mary’s 1 Thiel 2 Thomas More 1 Toledo 0 Urbana 3 W.Va. Wesleyan 0 Washington & Jefferson 7 Wayne 0 Waynesburg 7 West Chester 1 West Liberty 3 West Virginia C.S. 1 West Virginia Tech 2 Westminister 5 Wheeling Tigers 0 Wilkes 0 Wilmington 9 Wittenberg 13 Wofford 0 Wooster 29 WUP Pittsburg 0 Zanesville Ath. Club 4 Zanesville H.S. 2

Lost 0 2 0 35 1 23 8 1 13 8 1 30 0 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 1 4 0 1 6 1 6 0 3 0 0 1 1 2 8 22 1 15 1 0 0

Tied 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 3 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0

TOTAL 496 447 Winning Percentage: .515

39

First Game 1904 1964 2000 1906 1947 1910 1899 1932 1897 1910 1902 1905 1942 1921 1949 1905 1950 1896 1913 1984 2002 1922 1988 1916 1915 1936 1904 1961 1930 1903 1944 1902 1897 1970 1913 1907 1973 1916 1907 1895 1902

Last Game 1904 1966 2001 2011 1949 2011 1928 1932 1946 1984 1902 2011 1942 1945 1949 1910 1975 1896 1913 1985 2003 1957 1990 1916 1955 1936 2007 1961 1973 1903 1944 1975 1897 1971 2011 1994 1973 2005 1907 1906 1912

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MUSKINGUM ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS ALL-TIME COACHES RECORDS Coach Years A.B. Gill 1895-96 No record 1897-1901 G.W. Cleveland 1902 McFarland 1903 Ted Schrontz 1904 E.A. Moore 1905 Walter Mueller 1906 John Farson 1907 R.A. Hutchinson 1908 Ewing 1909 E.J. Jones 1910 W. Caldwell 1911 W.D. Cole 1912 Rolland Bevan 1913-14 A.E. Neale 1915 John Felton 1916 Hi Pollock 1918 Ray Michaels 1917, ’19 C.E. Henderson 1920-22 Bill Lange 1923-35 Stu Holcomb 1936-40 Howard Kissell 1941 Al Baisler 1942-44 Ed Sherman 1945-66 Bob Stokes 1967-69 Al Christopher 1970-80 Jeff Heacock 1981-2006 Al Logan 2007Total 114 years

Won 3 3 3 2 5 3 5 0 1 1 1 0 2 5 2 2 2 6 12 71 28 3 7 141 19 46 109 14 496

Lost 1 17 2 4 2 4 5 9 5 4 4 6 6 7 4 7 2 9 12 32 12 5 7 43 5 53 144 36 447

Tied 0 1 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 6 4 0 2 7 3 2 4 0 39

Pct. .750 .167 .563 .333 .688 .438 .500 .000 .167 .200 .250 .000 .250 .423 .357 .222 .500 .400 .500 .679 .682 .375 .500 .757 .759 .461 .432 .280 .515

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The Automated ScoreBook Muskingum University Combined Team Statistics (as of Aug 01, 2012) All games

* * * * * * * * *

Date 09-03-11 Sep 17, 2011 Sep 24, 2011 Oct 01, 2011 Oct 08, 2011 Oct 15, 2011 Oct 22, 2011 Oct 29, 2011 11/05/11 Nov 12, 2011

Opponent at Defiance MARIETTA COLLEGE #9 OHIO NORTHERN UNIV. at Wilmington College HEIDELBERG UNIV. at John Carroll OTTERBEIN UNIVERSITY at Baldwin-Wallace at Capital University #2 MOUNT UNION

Rushing

Palmer Smith Dalton Smith Anthony Frye D. Bailey Shane Dotson Wes Rataiczak Roneil Reynolds Alex Thomas Brad Polaski Alvin Taylor TM Total Opponents Passing

Dalton Smith Danny Snively Total Opponents Receiving

J. Washington Brad Polaski Antowan Logan D. Bailey Romie Graham Wes Rataiczak Palmer Smith Joe Demaree Anthony Frye Hugh Hudson Danny Snively Shane Dotson Total Opponents Field Goals

gp

net avg

td

gp

effic comp-att-int

pct

yds

td

gp

td

no.

yds

fg

Scoring

td

avg

17.6 8.2 13.4 20.1 7.2 8.3 4.2 8.7 7.0 7.5 5.0 3.0 12.3 11.5

pct. 01-19

20-29

75.0 0-0 fg

- 6-8 5 4 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 23 6-8 24 5-10

4 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 19

3-3

kick

20-22 20-22 18-22

Overall 4-6 3-6 1-0

Home 2-3 2-3 0-0

Team Statistics FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards PUNTS-AVG TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 4TH-DOWN Conversions

lg avg/g

50.0 1775 9 0.0 0 0 49.7 1775 9 55.3 2182 19

10 42 738 10 25 206 10 22 295 10 12 241 8 11 79 6 9 75 6 9 38 8 6 52 9 4 28 9 2 15 10 1 5 10 1 3 10 144 1775 10 189 2182

Record: All games Conference Non-Conference

18 64.8 50 37.5 68 22.4 46 16.5 8 6.0 11 1.8 1 0.2 0 0.0 0 -0.2 0 -1.0 0 -8.0 68 115.4 71 100.6

10 99.58 144-288-18 10 -100.00 0-2-1 10 98.21 144-290-19 10 121.34 189-342-10

6-8

Score by Quarters Muskingum University Opponents

gain loss

Att. 1011 3276 1134 2011 2543 1056 2879 3355 1056 1989

6 96 419 30 389 4.1 1 10 112 531 156 375 3.3 5 9 52 223 21 202 3.9 2 10 38 175 10 165 4.3 1 10 33 83 23 60 1.8 2 6 1 11 0 11 11.0 0 4 1 1 0 1 1.0 0 10 1 0 0 0 0.0 0 10 1 0 2 -2 -2.0 0 7 1 0 7 -7 -7.0 0 5 5 0 40 -40 -8.0 0 10 341 1443 289 1154 3.4 11 10 392 1321 315 1006 2.6 4

Caleb Carpenter

Caleb Carpenter Dalton Smith J. Washington D. Bailey Antowan Logan Anthony Frye Shane Dotson Romie Graham Ethan Wetzel Alvin Taylor Palmer Smith Darell Jones Total Opponents

att

Score 24-7 34-14 27-7 14-3 7-17 14-33 13-17 17-29 26-28 0-28

W W W W L L L L L L

lg avg/g

67 177.5 0 0.0 67 177.5 65 218.2

Away 2-3 1-3 1-0

MUSK 147 57 77 13 1154 341 3.4 115.4 11 1775 144-290-19 6.1 12.3 177.5 9 2929 4.6 292.9 32-584 25-247 10-130 16-11 68-556 51-39.4 28:18 44/136 7/29

Neutral 0-0 0-0 0-0 OPP 178 61 97 20 1006 392 2.6 100.6 4 2182 189-342-10 6.4 11.5 218.2 19 3188 4.3 318.8 34-575 27-146 19-135 16-10 56-469 60-37.1 31:42 57/169 10/25

lg avg/g

44 73.8 38 20.6 45 29.5 67 24.1 16 9.9 18 12.5 8 6.3 17 6.5 8 3.1 10 1.7 5 0.5 3 0.3 67 177.5 65 218.2

30-39

2-4

40-49

1-1

Interceptions

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

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

OT

47 48

52 47

47 29

30 59

0 0

4 2 1 1 1 1

Punting

lg blk

50-99

0-0

40

Total 176 183

-

pts

- 38 - 30 - 24 - 18 - 12 - 12 - 12 6 6 6 6 6 - 176 1 183

0

no.

Kick Returns

no.

Andrew Davis Joe Demaree Donte Artis Alvin Taylor Ricardo Burks T. Richardson Total Opponents

16 5 2 1 1 0 25 27

Antowan Logan Andrew Davis D. Bailey Wes Rataiczak Ricardo Burks Total Opponents J. Washington Antowan Logan D. Bailey Palmer Smith Total Opponents Total Offense

Dalton Smith Palmer Smith Anthony Frye D. Bailey Total Opponents

33 0 47 -2 24 28

8.2 0.0 47.0 -2.0 24.0 28.0 lg

51 2009 39.4 64

Punt Returns

All Purpose

yds avg

no. yds avg

Danny Snively

PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf

-

no.

T. Richardson Anthony Zarcone Alex Thomas Tristan Heath Darell Jones Ricardo Burks

14 12 3 2 1 32 34

g

rush

td

7

td

yds avg

td

192 301 54 35 2 584 575 rcv

6.6 6.6 22.5 36.0 12.0 0.0 9.9 5.4

13.7 25.1 18.0 17.5 2.0 18.2 16.9 pr

33 0 47 0 24 28

tb

yds avg

105 33 45 36 12 16 247 146

lg

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0

fc i20 50+ blk

2 12

6

0

lg

61 14 46 36 0 16 61 18 lg

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

28 48 22 23 2 48 31

kr

ir

total avg/g

10 0 738 0 0 0 738 73.8 10 0 295 0 192 0 487 48.7 10 165 241 0 54 0 460 46.0 6 389 38 0 0 0 427 71.2 10 1154 1775 247 584 130 3890 389.0 10 1006 2182 146 575 135 4044 404.4 g plays

10 6 9 10 10 10

rush

pass

total avg/g

400 375 1775 2150 215.0 96 389 0 389 64.8 52 202 0 202 22.4 38 165 0 165 16.5 631 1154 1775 2929 292.9 734 1006 2182 3188 318.8


The Automated ScoreBook Muskingum University Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Aug 01, 2012) All games # 49 12 13 2 23 42 32 25 51 24 9 43 94 5 14 56 7 91 34 90 7 28 62 88 85 11 52 33 18 69 TM 8 20 92 15 93 31 21 3 50 1 26 44 53 39 68 45

ua

Tackles a tot

Defensive Leaders

gp

Alex Thomas Ethan Wetzel James Beatty T. Richardson Anthony Zarcone S. Stooksbury Logan Ladd Tristan Heath Jacob Antolak Ricardo Burks Rob Premdas Erik Hall Sean West Darell Jones Nick Phillips Shane Sato Dale Woods Donte Douglas Donte Artis Kaijon Hawley Andrew Davis Shane Dotson Jacob Moore J. Washington Wes Rataiczak Roneil Reynolds Avery Allender Alvin Taylor Keiran Nall Nick DePalma TM Brad Polaski D. Bailey Jeremy Heck Joe Demaree Jesse Gibbs Hank Smith Danny Snively Antowan Logan Denny Ardman Anthony Frye Andrew Pelfrey Zach Harris Matt Smith Andy McMillen Seth Parker David Bailey Total Opponents

10 66 50 10 40 36 10 28 29 10 39 16 10 30 20 10 22 22 10 17 19 10 18 13 10 14 16 10 18 8 10 13 11 10 9 15 10 13 8 6 13 7 9 11 3 8 8 6 7 6 6 10 7 4 10 6 5 10 3 6 10 5 2 10 3 3 10 2 3 10 5 . 6 2 3 4 2 2 8 3 1 7 2 2 6 1 2 5 2 1 5 2 . 10 2 . 10 2 . 4 1 1 8 2 . 5 1 1 8 1 1 10 2 . 10 1 . 10 1 . 9 1 . 2 . 1 1 . 1 10 1 . 1 . 1 8 . 1 1 1 . 10 426 326 10 350 304

116 76 57 55 50 44 36 31 30 26 24 24 21 20 14 14 12 11 11 9 7 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 752 654

tfl/yds

Sacks no-yds

Pass defense Fumbles blkd int-yds brup qbh rcv-yds ff kick

9.0-23 6.0-22 5.5-15 3.0-3 1.0-1 7.5-28 4.0-15 1.0-2 1.5-2 1.0-1 7.0-26 1.0-3 7.0-43 . 1.5-9 6.0-30 1.0-7 4.5-21 . . 0.5-2 . . . . . 2.0-9 . . 1.0-3 . . . . 1.0-2 1.0-8 . . . . . . . . . . . 73-275 68-227

4.0-17 1-47 1.5-10 . 2.0-11 . . 4-33 . 2-0 4.0-22 . 1.0-8 . . 1--2 0.5-1 . . 1-28 5.0-19 . 0.5-3 . 5.5-39 . . 1-24 1.0-8 . 4.0-28 . 1.0-7 . 5.0-20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.0-8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.0-8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37-209 10-130 21-119 19-135

2 3 3 3 9 1 . 3 . 6 1 1 . 2 . . 1 . . . 1 . . . . . . . 2 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 34

1 1 . . . . 1 . . . . . 1 . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 9

2-0 1-35 1-0 2-0 . . 2-0 . . . . . . 1-62 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-97 11-14

2 3 1 . . 1 1 . . . . . 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 9

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OAC FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS: ’26, ’27, ’29, ’30, ’31, ’39, ’49, ’50, ’55, ’60, ’65, ’66, ’75

MUSKINGUM SPORTS INFORMATION TOM CAUDILL Sports Information Director (740) 826-8022 FAX (740) 826-8026 tcaudill@muskingum.edu www.muskingum.edu

ABOUT THIS GUIDE: The 2012 Muskingum University football media guide is a multi-purpose publication which is published primarily as a source of information for media, fans and alumni. SPORTS INFORMATION: The Muskingum University Sports Information Office is located in the Public Relations Office in room 2 of Montgomery Hall. The office is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. CREDENTIALS: Please direct all credential requests to Tom Caudill in the Sports Information Office. All requests should be made one week in advance. INTERVIEWS: Head Coach Al Logan and requested studentathletes will be available for postgame interviews following a 10minute cooling off period. For all other interviews, media members are encouraged to contact the Muskingum University Sports Information Office to arrange for an interview before or after practice or at a mutually agreed time. ADDITIONAL SERVICES: The Sports Information Office is happy to provide photographs (head and action shots), news releases and statistics to the media. This information can be transmitted electronically or sent through the mail. WEBSITE: For the most up-to-date information about Fighting Muskie athletics, visit our website at www.muskingum.edu. During the season, you can find game recaps, feature stories, rosters, statistics and more.

MUSKINGUM MEDIA OUTLETS PRINT Black & Magenta Muskingum University New Concord, OH 43762 (740) 826-8296 FAX: (740) 826-8404 Daily Jeffersonian Jeff Harrison Ron Miller 831 Wheeling Ave. P.O. Box 10 Cambridge, OH 43725 (740) 439-3531 FAX: (740) 432-6219 Times Recorder Sam Blackburn Brandon Hannahs 34 S. Fourth St. Zanesville, OH 43701 (740) 452-4561 FAX: (740) 450-6759 Times Leader Seth Staskey 200 S. 4th St. Martins Ferry, OH 43925 (800) 244-5671 FAX: (740) 633-1122 Times Reporter Dave Whitmer P.O. Box 667 New Philadelphia, OH 44663 (330) 364-5577 FAX: (330) 364-8416 Coshocton Tribune Sam Blackburn Brandon Hannahs P.O. Box 10 Coshocton, OH 43812 (740) 622-1122 FAX: (740) 295-3460 Columbus Dispatch Mark Znider 34 S. 3rd St. Columbus, OH 43215 (614) 461-5000 FAX: (614) 461-8798

PRINT Associated Press Rusty Miller Columbus, OH 43215 (614) 885-2727 FAX: (614) 885-3248 RADIO WCMJ-FM, WILE-AM P.O. Box 338 Cambridge, OH 43725 (740) 432-5605 FAX: (740) 432-1991 WHIZ-AM/FM JT Raymond 629 Downard Rd. Zanesville, OH 43701 (740) 453-0361 WMCO-FM Dr. Lisa Marshall Muskingum University New Concord, OH 43762 (740) 826-8189 FAX: (740) 826-6122 WYBZ-FM 2895 A Maysville Pike P.O. Box 4310 Zanesville, OH 43701 (740) 453-6004 FAX: (740) 453-5865 TELEVISION WHIZ-TV (NBC) JT Raymond 629 Downard Rd. Zanesville, OH 43701 (740) 453-0361 FAX: (740) 452-6553 MCTV Dr. Jeff Harmon Muskingum University New Concord, OH 43762 (740) 826-8375 FAX: (740) 826-6122

The Muskies receive excellent television coverage throughout their season. Local NBC affiliate WHIZ airs weekly updates. FOLLOW THE MUSKINGUM FOOTBALL NATION - FACEBOOK, TWITTER, YOUTUBE, ESCORES


ALL GAMES BROADCAST LIVE ON THE MUSKIE SPORTS NETWORK @ WWW.MUSKINGUM.EDU

MUSKINGUM IN THE COMMUNITY

The Muskies have a strong commitment to the Muskingum University community. Over the past several seasons, players and coaches have visited the Evergreen Retirement Village during the holiday season; assisted in the renovation of the John & Annie Glenn Historic Site located in New Concord; helped serve Thanksgiving dinner at the Beckett House in New Concord; participated in the Right to Read program at North Elementary School in Cambridge; served as Big Brother mentors; read to children at the College Drive Presbyterian Church; volunteered for Clean-Up New Concord and hosted a free youth football skills clinic. Muskingum football team members believe it is important to support the community that supports them throughout the year.

INSIDE THE HUDDLE WITH AL LOGAN AIRS WEEKLY ON MUSKINGUM’S YOUTUBE CHANNEL


OAC FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS: ’26, ’27, ’29, ’30, ’31, ’39, ’49, ’50, ’55, ’60, ’65, ’66, ’75

2012 MUSKINGUM TEAM PICTURE

Front row (l-r) - Shane Dotson, Alvin Taylor, Anthony Frye, Evan Wiggall, Logan Ladd, Danny Snively, Ben Durbin, Andrew Johnson, Steven Stooksbury, Jacob Antolak, Jeremy Heck, Zack Grimm, Michael Gibbs, Stephen Davis, Aaron Smith, Caleb Carpenter, Alex Adams, Erik Hall, Tristan Heath Second row (l-r) - Terence Lofton, Greg Fox, Zach Harris, Tony Moore, Jared Penrod, Craig Frant, Lucas Weber, Avery Allender, Matthew Sitter, Frederick Lowe, Joshua Frederick, Denny Ardman, Joshua Haase, Shawn Hannon, Kevin Comerford, David Carroll, Andy McMillen, Aaron Perkins, Thomas Ross Jr. Third row (l-r) - Mathew Buckalew, Derrek Fulk, Tyler Granlee, Matthew Hundenski, Jordan Parker, Philip Hughes, Robert Bartosiewicz, Travis Drumm, Nick Beany, Joseph Eller, Jacques Dorsey-Merrion, Wes Rataiczak, James Washington, Damond Goggins, Darius Coggins, Darell Jones, Xavier Roberts, Jordan Smith, Alex Simmons, Michael Johnston Fourth row (l-r) - Zachary Kuhn, Cody Williams, Matt Adkins, Christopher Hoffman, Jacob Vecchio, Garrett Clark, Joey McGovern, Bryson Stephen, Nathaniel Poling, Jerry Manukin, Sammie Nichols, Alex Meredith, Tracey Barnes, Nathan Caplan, Marvin Morris, Jonathan Pickering, Devin Sibby, Darren Shoop, Alex Lesley, Jacob Francisco Fifth row (l-r) - Devan Anderson, Davon Wicker, Cody Debo, James Cocks, Lunden Butler, Patrick Hoben, Sam Lucas, Benjamin Handley, Paul Cicconetti, Artie Wilkins, Joseph DeWitt III, Zac Snively, Alex Sullivan, Mikey Carroll, Chaney Fulton, Tyler Albitz, Jeffrey Leist, Zach Barry, Xavier West Sixth row (l-r) - Kamerin Huntley, Donnie Pickens, Cody Walker, Nate Easter, Thomas Crute, Josh Easter, Bryan Smith, Sheldon Chun Jr., Jacob Porter, Joshua Williams, Alex Dickey, Jacob Blevins, Matt Rice, Jacob Clark, Austin Henthorn, Joshua Blair, Gianni Fuscardo, Dylan Osborn, Keith White, Trevon Sawyer Seventh row (l-r) - Brandon Hardy, Barry Parks, Holden Fellers, Isaac Spruiel, DeMonte' Powell, Dakota Herrington, Ian Cottrill, Dashuan Lewis, Ronta Hill-Morton, Josh Snyder, Cameron Stewart, Richard Johnson, Ethan Jones, Juwan Mitchell, Demetrius Phillips, Jordan Lee, Steven Vinson Jr., C.J. Snider, William Bell, Desmond Waden, Raymond Doss Eighth row (l-r) - Equipment Manager Bobby Fox, Student Manager Phoenix Palmer, Student Manager Jerome Warner, Head Coach Al Logan, Coach Jim Kaser, Coach Steven Harris, Coach Joe Montgomery, Coach Christopher Mobley, Coach Nick Harding, Coach Luke Summers, Coach K.B. Justus, Coach Shap Boyd, Student Trainer Raven Horn, Student Trainer Krystine Schillinger, Head Athletic Trainer Ken Blood FOLLOW THE MUSKINGUM FOOTBALL NATION - FACEBOOK, TWITTER, YOUTUBE, ESCORES


2012 Muskingum football media guide  

2012 Muskingum football media guide

2012 Muskingum football media guide  

2012 Muskingum football media guide

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