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2013 Northern Arizona Football

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2013 Northern Arizona Football Schedule Aug. 30

at Arizona (Tucson, Ariz.)

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at UC Davis ( Davis, Calif.)

Sept. 21 •

South Dakota (Walkup Skydome)

Sept. 28 •

Montana (Walkup Skydome)

Oct. 5

at Montana State (Billings, Mont.)

Oct. 12

at Sacramento State (Sacramento, Calif.)

Oct. 19

Idaho State (Walkup Skydome)

Oct. 26

at Cal Poly (San Luis Obispo, Calif.)

Nov. 2

North Dakota (Walkup Skydome)

Nov. 16

Northern Colorado (Walkup Skydome)

Nov. 23

at Southern Utah (Cedar City, Utah)

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• The Sports Network Preseason All-America First Team • CFPA All-America Punter Watch List • CFPA All-America Placekicker Watch List


2013 Northern Arizona Football

University Information Location....................................................................................Flagstaff, Ariz. Founded ..................................................................................................1899 Enrollment (statewide)..................................................................... 26,002 Nickname...................................................................................Lumberjacks Mascot.................................................................................................... Louie Colors ......................................................................... Blue, Gold and Sage Affiliation.................................... Football Championship Division (FCS) Conference..........................................................................................Big Sky President ............................................................................ Dr. John Haeger VP of Intercollegiate Athletics .......................................Dr. Lisa Campos Senior Associate AD/SWA.......................................................Tanya Vogel Associate AD, Internal Operations....................................Beth Vechinski Assistant AD, Academics........................................................... Pam Lowie Assistant AD, Compliance..................................................... Scott Renfro Assistant AD, Marketing and Special Events...................Rocky Silvestri Faculty Athletics Representative..................................... Tom Destefano stadium Information Home Facility (Capacity).........J. Lawrence Walkup Skydome (10,000) Built...........................................................................................................1977 Surface........................................................................... Real grass field turf Record at Skydome...........................................................................148-72 coaching staff Head Coach..........................................................................Jerome Souers Alma Mater............................................................................. Oregon, 1983 Seasons at NAU......................................................................................... 15 Overall Record......................................................................... 84-85 (.497) Big Sky Record.......................................................................... 51-56 (.477) Director of Football Operations................................. Matt Howdeshell Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers ........................... Andy Thompson Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks..........................Rich Scangarello Defensive Line Coach............................................................. Travis Baker Cornerbacks Coach .............................................................. Charles Huff Recruiting Coordinator/Tight Ends Coach........................Craig Knoth Wide Receivers Coach.............................................................Tim Plough Special Teams Coordinator/Safeties................................... David Reeves Offensive Line Coach.................................................................... Eric Reid Running Backs Coach.................................................................Jimmy Beal Video Coordinator.................................................................. James Foran Graduate Assistant.................................................................... Kyle Jacobo Graduate Assistant...............................................................Grant O’Brien

2013 NAU Football Media Guide The 2013 NAU Football Media Guide was designed and produced by the NAU Athletic Communications Department in Flagstaff, Ariz., using Adobe InDesign and Adobe Photoshop. The guide was printed by Five Star Printing in Flagstaff, Ariz.

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team Information Letterwinners Offensive Returning/Lost .....................................................................19/7 Defensive Returning/Lost......................................................................19/9 Special Teams Returning/Lost.................................................................4/1 Starters Offensive Returning/Lost.........................................................................9/2 Defensive Returning/Lost .......................................................................9/2 Special Teams Returning/Lost.................................................................5/1 2012 Final Record.....................................................................................8-3 Conference Record..................................................................................6-2 Final Ranking........................................................................................... 20th media Information Assistant AD, Communications/Football Contact................................... .......................................................................................... Denise Thompson Office Phone ......................................................................... 928-523-6792 Press Box Phone.........................................................928-523-7729/7730 Fax............................................................................................ 928-523-6793 E-Mail............................................................ Denise.Thompson@nau.edu Mailing Address....................................................................P.O. Box 15400 ......................................................................................... Flagstaff, AZ 86001 .........................................................................(Overnight: 1 Skydome Dr.) Website................................................................... www.nauathletics.com

Guide and Cover Design Denise Thompson Contributors Matt Howdeshell, Grant O’Brien, Jimmy Beal, Stayson Isobe, Matthew Sewell, Andrew Tomsky and previous NAU Athletics Communications staff members.

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Photography Arizona Cardinals, Erol Anderson, Brenda Ahearn, Mike Bashor, Matt Beaty, Jacob Chinn, Richard Clarkson Associates (Ernster, Parsons), Dean Hendrickson, Matt Howdeshell, Craig Johnson, Tom Gentry, Samantha Fillerup, Jerry Foreman, Neil Johnson, Bill Landau, MG’s Helmets, Dave Padilla (Buffalo Bills), Stephen Schweitzer, Matt Thompson, Eben Waggoner and NAU Athletics Communications.


Lumberjacks Media Policy and Procedures The athletics communications office is located in the press box on west side of the Walkup Skydome. The phone number is (928) 523-6792 while the fax number is 523-6793. MEDIA OPPORTUNITY Head coach Jerome Souers is available every day after practice. Individual players may be requested at this time also. Special requests for availability may be made to the athletics communications office. INTERVIEW POLICY All player interviews must be coordinated through the athletics communications office at least one day in advance. No interviews or photo shoots will be conducted on Friday. Out-of-town media should contact the athletics communications office to make arrangements for phone interviews. Players are also available for interviews after practice, and, if prior arrangements have been made, before practice. The NAU locker room and training room are closed. SOUERS’ INTERVIEWS Jerome Souers and his staff are generally available for interviews after each practice. Contact Denise Thompson in the athletics communications office to coordinate all interviews with head coach Jerome Souers. PRACTICE Daily workouts are open to both the public and the media unless otherwise noted. Media planning to attend practice should notify the athletics communications office in advance to confirm start times and to arrange interviews. The Lumberjacks are tentatively planning to practice at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of each game week.

Photographers and videographers are not permitted between the 25-yard lines. All media on the sidelines must wear their credentials at all times. Due to space limits, credentials will be issued only to photographers on assignment. Packets including game notes, flip cards and game programs will be issued before each game. Late roster changes will also be available. PRESS BOX SERVICES Regular services on game day include play-by-play, quarterly and final statistics, as well as defensive statistics. A light pregame meal will be available one hour prior to kickoff. The NAU locker room is closed to all media. At home, postgame interviews will be held in the media room at field level on the east side of the Skydome. NAU head coach Jerome Souers will begin the session followed by requested Lumberjack players. Interview requests will be collected midway through the fourth quarter by a member of the athletics communications staff. Visiting coaches and players will be invited to the interview room as deadlines allow. TELEPHONES Two courtesy phone lines are available for the originating station of each visiting team at no charge. The visiting radio booth is located on the north end of the press box. An outside line may be reached by dialing 8. A credit card must be used for long-distance calls.

A limited number of telephones are available in the press box. Dial 8 to reach an outside line. A credit card is required for long-distance calls. Athletics communications office personnel will provide fax services if requested in advance. MOUNTAIN STANDARD TIME Arizona does not move its clock ahead in the spring or back in the fall. As a result, Flagstaff time coincides with the Pacific time zone through Nov. 4. The rest of the season, NAU is compatible with the Mountain time zone. LUMBERJACKS ONLINE Releases, statistics, rosters and breaking news are available at the athletics web site, located at www.nauathletics.com. The Big Sky Conference web site is located at www.bigskyconf.com. Big Sky TV will webcast all NAU home games and all conference games during the season. THE SCORE The Score is a monthly show produced by NAU Television Services that highlights Lumberjack athletics and recreational activities on the Mountain campus. It airs weekly on FSN Arizona, Fox College Sports and Flagstaff cable channels 4 and 104 in HD.

CREDENTIALS The football press box, located on the west side of the Skydome, has a limited capacity. Credentials will be issued only to working media on a first-come, first-serve basis, with priority given to daily newspapers and originating radio and television crews. The press box is closed to those not involved in game coverage. Credentials may be requested for the season or on a per-game basis. All requests should be submitted to the athletics communications office no later than Thursday at noon for each home game. Requests on official letterhead may be faxed to (928) 523-6793. Credentials may be picked up at Will Call. No credentials will be mailed unless the request is made at least two weeks in advance. PHOTOGRAPHERS

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2013 Northern Arizona Football

Grenax Broadcasting II, LLC and Northern Arizona University signed a three-year extension in 2011 for 105.1 FM The Big Talker (KBTK) to carry all NAU football and men’s basketball game broadcasts for the 2011-2014 academic years. Selected women’s basketball games will also be aired on the station. NAU fans can listen to the games online at BigTalkerradio. com or on their iPhone, Blackberry, or Android smartphone via our free mobile application. The mobile applications extend the worldwide reach of the broadcasts that already blanket northern Arizona. The flagship station of the Lumberjack Radio Network allows listeners in Flagstaff, Prescott, Camp Verde, Williams, Winslow and Sedona to tune into 105.1 The Big Talker to hear Mitch Strohman’s colorful play-by-play. In addition to 105.1 The Big Talker Grenax Broadcasting II LLC owns and operates four FM radio stations in the Flagstaff-Prescott markets: 105.1 The Big Talker (KBTK), the NAU Athletics Flagship and home to Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity; The Big 107.5 KOLT Country 107.5 (KSED), featuring Big D and Bubba in the morning and 20 songs in a row all day; 96.7 The Wolf (KWMX), home of Bob and Tom in the morning and 92.5 The Canyon (KFLX) with Dan Kennedy in the morning and Ryan Seacrest’s “On-Air” weekday mornings at 10:00 a.m. The Northern Arizona football program will have seven of its 11 regular season games televised during the 2013 season, highlighted by four games by NAU-TV and distributed to Fox Sports Arizona Plus and Fox College Sports. The Lumberjacks opener at the University of Arizona will air on the Pac-12 Network, while ROOT Sports has picked up NAU’s game vs. Montana.The NAU game at Montana State will be shown on Max Media.

Mitch Strohman Voice of the Lumberjacks

Veteran announcer Mitch Strohman returns for his ninth consecutive season and 14th overall as the “Voice of the Lumberjacks” for football and men’s basketball on the Lumberjack Television/Radio Network. Strohman also handles play-by-play duties for selected women’s basketball, soccer and volleyball games. More than 30 radio games during the season are simulcast by NAU-TV, who distributes the games in full HD to Suddenlink Flagstaff Cable channels 4 and 104, Fox Sports Arizona, Fox College Sports (FCS) and the live, online channel: http://www.nau-tv. com/watchlive/ Strohman is also the host of the monthly show produced by NAU-TV, “The Score”. “The Score” airs on Fox Sports Arizona and Fox College Sports, as well as Suddenlink Flagstaff Cable channels 4 and 104.

Kevin Stephens

Football Color Commentator

Kevin Stephens begins his ninth season as the color commentator for the Sodexo Lumberjack Radio Network. Stephens played quarterback at Northern Arizona in 1995-96 after a standout career at Cactus High School in Glendale, AZ where he was named All-Arizona his senior year, and a stint at BYU-Idaho (formerly Ricks College). He helped the Vikings to their first undefeated season in school history and a second-place national finish in the NJCAA in 1992.

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NAU-TV NAU-TV will again partner with NAU Athletics and televise almost 30 events from the Northern Arizona University campus in 2013-14. NAU-TV will show all its coverage to full high definition for the second season, while broadcasting all their events online and distributing to Fox Sports Arizona, Fox College Sports (available to 54 million cable subscribers in the United States) and local Flagstaff cable. The first of four NAU-TV football broadcasts will be the NAUSouth Dakota football game on Saturday, Sept. 21. All four games will be picked up nationally by Fox Sports Arizona Plus and shown online on the NAU-TV and Big Sky TV web streams. It will also be shown locally on Suddenlink cable on CH. 4. Mitch Strohman and Kevin Stephens will call all the football action with Reggie Eccleston providing sideline updates. ROOT SPORTS DIRECTV Sports Networks will telecast 10 Big Sky Conference games during the 2013 football season on the ROOT SPORTS branded regional sports networks. The three ROOT SPORTS networks reach more than 8.7 million viewers across 18 states, including Oregon, Washington, Montana, Idaho, Utah and Colorado that are home to most Big Sky institutions. DIRECTV Sports Networks will produce and televise all 10 Big Sky Conference football games in high-definition. DIRECTV Sports Networks will also introduce new on-air graphics customized for the Big Sky Conference and each of its individual teams. ROOT SPORTS will televise 8 of the 13 Big Sky Conference football teams at least once, and air contests from nine Big Sky stadiums.


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2013 Northern Arizona Football

Season Outlook The Lumberjacks will be an experience loaded team at every position... The 2013 season is all about unfinished business for the Northern Arizona football team. Under the guidance of head coach Jerome Souers, Northern Arizona finished the 2012 season with an 8-3 overall record – the best finish by a Souers team in over a decade. The Lumberjacks finished with the school’s highest final ranking (20th The Sports Network/20th FCS Coaches) since 2003. NAU lost their final two games of the season, and along with it a chance at the Big Sky regular season title and a bid to the playoffs. Despite an unfavorable end to last season, the Lumberjacks have a lot to look forward to in 2013, as they will return nine players on offense, and nine players on defense. NAU will have one of the most experienced teams in the Big Sky. The Lumberjacks return 14 Big Sky All-Conference performers, and have signed 19 players in the offseason. The mix of returners and newcomers will provide for a very competitive season for Northern Arizona. “We’re excited that we have guys at every position that come back with experience, including the young guys that we project to be starters next year,” said Souers. “We have a very balanced team.” The Offense The Lumberjacks will look to find a new leader for their offense after the graduation of quarterback Cary Grossart. He finished his career with the second-best completion percentage by an NAU quarterback in school history, but Northern Arizona has a few options to replace Grossart.

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“We believe that we have narrowed it down to two players for the quarterback spot,” said Souers. “Due to Chase’s (Cartwright) surgery he was unable to compete in scrimmages in the spring. We were however able to evaluate some younger guys and Kyren Poe stood out to us. He showed some tremendous poise in the pocket, and he got better with each practice. We will extend the competition to the end of the fall so that we have enough live competition to truly measure Chase against the progress that Kyren has made. We’re excited that we have two guys that can play.” Running back Zach Bauman – a 2013 College Football Performance Awards FCS Running Back Watch List honoree – returns for his senior season. Bauman has rushed for 1,000-plus yards each of his previous three seasons and is only 119 yards shy of breaking the Lumberjack career rushing record. He should undoubtedly finish as one of the Top 10 rushers in Big Sky history. “Zach is a fierce competitor and a tremendous leader by example,” said Souers. “His tenacity as a ball carrier is evident every time he touches the ball.” A returner to watch out for at the running back position is Casey Jahn. He finished third on the team in rushing in 2012 with 306 yards in eight games. An up-and-coming player that can provide more depth at the running back position is freshman Corbin Jountti. The Bakersfield, Calif. native was a 2013 U.S. Army Arena Bowl participant and a two-time first-team all-league choice.


Lumberjacks the defensive side of the ball. The deep and experienced unit finished second in the Big Sky last season in total defense.

“Corbin is likely to contribute,” Souers said. “He’s very athletic and physical. I don’t see the college game being as big a step for him as it is for some young men at that age.” The wide receivers will be led by seniors Dejzon Walker and Ify Umodu. Walker led the Lumberjacks with 505 yards on 36 catches, while Umodu had 35 catches for a total of 481 yards. Tight ends R.J. Rickert and Drew Emanuel will be another asset to the throwing game. Rickert tallied 272 yards on 27 receptions, while Emanuel tallied 140 yards on eight catches. “It’s extremely important to have returners back at the receiving position,” said Souers. “Not just because of their experience, but also cause of their depth.”

“We had a lot of young guys that had emerged throughout the years where their development and reputation in practice finally caught up to them,” said Souers. “Now that all of those guys will be seniors in the fall, we will be loaded with veterans. I believe they will be the cornerstone for our football team.” Earning preseason recognition is Tim Wilkinson, an All-Big Sky second team honoree last season. He was second on the team in 2012 with 6.5 sacks. Wilkinson played in all but one game last year, but the senior from Las Vegas looks to lead a group of linemen that are known for their size and capabilities. Others to watch are Chima Ike, Steven Garcia and Marc Thompson. Anders Battle, an all-conference first team honoree, is set to return at the cornerback position for the Lumberjacks. Battle registered 64 tackles and was credited with six pass breakups last year. Another player who has stepped up at the field corner position is Marcus Alfred. His speed will be a valuable asset to the defense which gives NAU added depth in all the right places.

Another solid spot for the Lumberjacks will be at the line. NAU has four starters from a year ago - Shane Moniz, Roy Garcia, Joe Gurski and Kyle Walker - who will all return in 2013. With a plethora of returners on offense, the Lumberjacks will have an outstanding run game, and a lot of quality offensive linemen. The Lumberjack backfield will be loaded, but it will also be essential for Northern Arizona to throw the ball, because defenses will play the Lumberjacks heavy against the run.

Lucky Dozier is another bright spot for the NAU defense. A preseason All-American safety, Dozier recorded 57 tackles and a team-high four interceptions. Joining Dozier at the safety position will be Mike Dosen and Blair Wishom.

The Defense Nine of the Lumberjacks’ 14 all-conference selections come on

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Preseason Watch Lists and Awards Andy Wilder • CFPA Placekicker Awards Watch List • CFPA Punter Awards Watch List • The Sports Network Preseason First Team Zach Bauman • Walter Payton Award Watch List • CFPA Running Back Awards Watch List • CFPA All-Purpose Awards Watch List • The Sports Network Preseason Second Team Lucky Dozier • The Sports Network Preseason Third Team Tim Wilkinson • CFPA Defensive Linemen Awards Watch List

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R.J. Rickert • CFPA Tight End Awards Watch List

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2013 Northern Arizona Football “Dozier, Dosen and Wishom are probably three of the best safeties I have ever coached,” said Souers. “We’ve had some guys be very successful at those positions, and I believe our secondary is as talented as we’ve ever had.” Linebackers Austin Hasquet and Ryan Reardon are both returning starters who tallied 61 and 41 tackles, respectively. The Special Teams All-American Andy Wilder will kick off his senior year with a heap of awards under his belt. The Scottsdale native led the nation in punting with 46.3 yards per punt with 25 punts of 50 yards or more last season. He was connected on 10-of-14 field goal attempts. In 2013, Wilder will handle two of the three kicking duties – field goals and punts. Austin Shanks was a valuable return specialist for NAU last season, as he was named the 2012 CFPA Punt Returner of the Year. Shanks completed his eligibility in 2012 leaving the Lumberjacks with a spot to fill. NAU has yet to assign a replacement for Shanks, as it will use all of preseason to determine who will get the role. The Schedule “It’s a unique schedule. We come into camp, and within the first few weeks we have a game,” said Souers. “The following week we have a bye, so we have to do a lot with our team to keep them competitive and sharp without wearing them down.” Northern Arizona will play a total of 11 games – five at home in the Walkup Skydome and six on the road. The Lumberjacks open the season at the University of Arizona on August 30. Other road games include, UC Davis (Sept. 14), Montana State (Oct. 5), Sacramento State (Oct. 12), Cal Poly (Oct. 26), and Southern Utah (Nov. 23). Northern Arizona will host South Dakota (Sept. 21), Montana (Sept. 28), Idaho State (Oct. 19), North Dakota (Nov. 2), and Northern Colorado (Nov. 16).

Offensive Starters Returning:

WR WR WR RB OL OL OL OL TE TE

Nick Cole.............25 rec, 349 yards, 14.0 yards/catch, 3 TD Ify Umodu.............35 rec, 481 yards, 13.7 yards/catch, 6 TD Dejzon Walker.....36 rec, 505 yards, 14.0 yards/catch, 3 TD Zach Bauman.............................. 1,182 yards, 5.3 yards/carry, ............................................................... 34 rec, 216 yards, 9 TD Shane Moniz............................ Started and Played in 8 games Roy Garcia.................................................Started all 11 games Joe Gurski..............................Started and Played in 10 games Kyle Walker...............................................Started all 11 games R.J. Rickert ...........27 rec, 272 yards, 10.1 yards/catch, 3 TD Drew Emanuel.......Started 8 games, 17.5 yards/catch, 1 TD

Defensive Starters Returning:

CB S S LB LB DL DL DL

Anders Battle................................................ 64 Tackles, 1 Sack, ......................................................... 1 Interception, 6 Breakups Lucky Dozier................................ 57 Tackles, 4 Interceptions, ................................................5 Breakups, 1 Fumble Recovery Blair Wishom................................ 43 Tackles, 3 Interceptions, .....................................................4 Breakups, 1 Forced Fumble Austin Hasquet...................................... 61 Tackles, 1 Breakup, ......................................1 Fumble Recovery, 1 Forced Fumble Ryan Reardon........41 Tackles, .5 Sack, 2 Breakups, 1 Hurry Chima Ike.....................21 Tackles, 1 Sack, 4 Tackles for Loss Steven Garcia.............................................. 47 Tackles, 2 Sacks, ....................................6 Tackles for Loss, 1 Fumble Recovery Tim Wilkinson......................................... 37 Tackles, 6.5 Sacks, ......................................................5 Tackles for Loss, 2 Hurries

Specialist Returning:

KR Ca’leve DeBoskie.11 Returns, 224 Yards, 20.4 Yards/Return K Ryan Hawkins......................... 45 Kickoffs, 63.4 Yards/Kickoff P/K Andy Wilder................................ 10-14 Field Goals, 61 Punts, ........................................................46.3 Yards/Punt, 19 Kickoffs H/LS Andy Bachelier.............................. 10 Games Played, 1 Tackle LS Hayden Renning............................................ 10 Games Played

Starters Lost:

QB-Cary Grossart, OL-Trey Gilleo, CB-Devin Willis, DL-Jarrett Bilbrey, KR/PR-Austin Shanks, FB-Jake Hess

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Lumberjacks Season Notes Sweet 16 Head coach Jerome Souers celebrates his 16th season at the helm of the Lumberjack football program. Souers and his team are coming off an 8-3 season; the best since 2003 when NAU finished 9-4 and advanced to the NCAA Division I-AA. With nine winning seasons under his belt, the Dean of the Big Sky coaches looks to take the Lumberjacks to new heights. Familiar Coaching Staff The Lumberjacks have 10 out of 11 coaches returning for the 2013 season. The newest guy to the crew is wide receivers coach Tim Plough who was hired in February of 2013. Plough (pronounced ‘PLOW’) joins the Lumberjack staff after a 10-year playing and coaching career at UC Davis under head coach Bob Biggs. He was the starting quarterback for the Aggies in 2007 under current NAU offensive coordinator Rich Scangarello.

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“The consistency is a result of building off of the things you accomplished the year before,” Souers said. “Any time you develop some traction like we did the last couple of years you hate to lose it, and the way you lose traction is by having coaching changes.”

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2013 Northern Arizona Football Numerical Roster

Alphabetical Roster

NO. PLAYER POS. HT. NO. PLAYER POS. 55 Jake Abbott OL 6-3 2 Ryshaud Keegan WR 65 Rafael Aguilar OL 6-2 3 Robert Watson S 22 Marcus Alford CB 5-10 4 Randy Hale, Jr. CB 92 Anthony Arledge DL 6-4 5 Dejzon Walker WR 46 Andy Bachelier LS 5-9 6 Nick Cole WR 24 Blake Bailey CB 5-10 7 Kyren Poe QB 85 Patrick Baldenegro TE 6-5 8 Ify Umodu WR 39 Delvin Batiste CB 5-11 10 Pete Denham QB 19 Anders Battle CB 6-0 11 Jordan Perry QB 34 Zach Bauman RB 5-10 12 Jake Johnston S 18 Jesse Brantley WR 6-0 13 Shawn Sharkey S 87 Hunter Burton WR 6-0 14 Alex Holmes WR 45 Nick Butier FB 6-1 15 Chase Cartwright QB 15 Chase Cartwright QB 6-3 16 Devon McPeek S 93 John Castaneda DL 6-1 17 Ca’leve DeBoskie CB 6 Nick Cole WR 6-3 18 Jesse Brantley WR 32 Louis Collins CB 6-0 19 Anders Battle CB 81 Marc Cooper WR 6-0 20 Lucky Dozier DB 59 Derek Craig LB 6-0 21 Mike Dosen S 17 Ca’leve DeBoskie CB 6-0 22 Marcus Alford CB 72 Riley Deen OL 6-6 23 Jamaal Perkins RB 95 Michael DeGroote LB 6-2 24 Blake Bailey CB 10 Pete Denham QB 6-0 26 Blair Wishom S 21 Mike Dosen S 5-11 27 Corbin Jountti RB 20 Lucky Dozier DB 5-10 28 Anthony Hughes S 91 Brian Drulias K 5-10 29 Ryan Hawkins K 97 George Dunlap III DL 6-1 30 Mo White II CB 88 Drew Emanuel TE 6-4 31 Marc Thompson DL 79 Brian Faussett OL 6-5 32 Louis Collins CB 84 Jarred Ford WR 5-11 33 Tevin Ray LB 54 Craig Frum LB 6-3 34 Zach Bauman RB 67 Roy Garcia OL 6-3 35 Austin Hasquet LB 50 Steven Garcia DL 6-2 36 Anthony Harrington LB 89 Beau Gardner TE 6-4 37 Ronnie Manning S 73 Leroy Guenther OL 6-7 38 Jonathan Lyles S 71 Joe Gurski OL 6-5 39 Delvin Batiste CB 4 Randy Hale, Jr. CB 5-10 40 Jake Thomas FB 36 Anthony Harrington LB 6-1 41 Andy Wilder K 35 Austin Hasquet LB 6-1 42 Casey Jahn RB 29 Ryan Hawkins K 5-11 43 Jabari Marshall LB 61 Jim Herrero OL 6-0 44 Ryan Reardon LB 68 John Herrero DL 6-4 45 Nick Butier FB 14 Alex Holmes WR 6-0 46 Andy Bachelier LS 52 Thomas Hopp LB 6-1 47 Anthony Troftgruben RB/FB 28 Anthony Hughes S 5-9 48 Coby Newton RB 49 Chima Ike DL 5-10 49 Chima Ike DL 42 Casey Jahn RB 5-11 50 Steven Garcia DL 58 Harrison Johnson LB 6-3 51 Javere Smith DL 12 Jake Johnston S 5-11 52 Thomas Hopp LB 27 Corbin Jountti RB 5-11 53 Chase Wilsey LB 64 Jacob Julian OL 6-4 54 Craig Frum LB 98 Justin Jungblut DL 6-5 55 Jake Abbott OL 96 Quentin Kantaris DE 6-2 56 Deon Young DL 2 Ryshaud Keegan WR 5-10 57 Ethan Novak OL 75 Dylan LaFrenz OL 6-4 58 Harrison Johnson LB 38 Jonathan Lyles S 6-0 59 Derek Craig LB 37 Ronnie Manning S 5-10 60 Shane Moniz OL 43 Jabari Marshall LB 6-1 61 Jim Herrero OL 99 Zach McDonnell DL 6-2 62 Hayden Renning LS/LB 16 Devon McPeek S 5-9 63 Jake Rodriguez OL 94 Lorenzo Melvin DL 6-2 64 Jacob Julian OL 60 Shane Moniz OL 6-3 65 Rafael Aguilar OL 48 Coby Newton RB 6-0 66 Junior Vicente DL 57 Ethan Novak OL 6-3 67 Roy Garcia OL OL 6-5 68 John Herrero DL 78 Ryan Nowicki 23 Jamaal Perkins RB 5-9 70 Sam Woods DL QB 6-3 71 Joe Gurski OL 11 Jordan Perry 7 Kyren Poe QB 6-3 72 Riley Deen OL 33 Tevin Ray LB 6-1 73 Leroy Guenther OL 44 Ryan Reardon LB 6-1

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CL.-EXP. HOMETOWN (HIGH SCHOOL/LAST SCHOOL) So.-SQ Peoria, Ariz. (Centennial) Fr.-HS Sacramento, Calif. (Jesuit) So.-1L Oxnard, Calif. (Rio Mesa) Fr.-RS Laveen, Ariz. (Fairfax) Jr.-1L Rio Rico, Ariz. (Nogales) Jr.-2L San Diego, Calif. (Serra HS) Fr.-HS Chandler, Ariz. (Chandler) Fr.-HS Upland, Calif. (Upland) Sr.-3L Phoenix, Ariz. (Desert Vista HS) Sr.-3L Chandler, Ariz. (Hamilton) Sr.-1L Gilbert, Ariz./Scottsdale CC) Fr.-HS Centennial, Colo. (Cherry Creek) So.-SQ San Luis Obispo, Calif. (San Luis Obispo) Jr.-2L Chandler, Ariz. (Corona Del Sol) So.-1L San Diego, Calif. (Point Loma) Sr.-1L Concord, Calif. (Clayton Valley/Oregon) So.-SQ Los Angeles, Calif. (Campbell Hall) Fr.-HS Eagle, Idaho (Eagle) Fr.-HS Tempe, Ariz. (Marcos de Niza) Sr.-2L Chandler, Ariz. (Chandler) Fr.-HS West Covina, Calif.( Liberty) Jr.-TR Scottsdale, Ariz. (Fountain Hills/Scottsdale CC) Fr.-HS Auburn, Calif. (Placer) Sr.-2L Pittsburg, Calif. (De La Salle/Oregon) Sr.-1L Sacramento, Calif. (Luther Burbank/College of San Mateo) Fr.-RS Diamond Bar, Calif. (Diamond Bar) Sr.-1L Santa Cruz, Calif. (Soquel/Cabrillo College) Sr.-3L Mesa, Ariz. (Highland) Jr.-TR Santa Clara, Calif. (Saugus/Okla. Panhandle State) Fr.-HS Palmdale, Calif. (Palmdale) Jr.-2L Mesa, Ariz. (Red Mountain) Jr.-1L Tempe, Ariz. (Marcos de Niza) Sr.-1L Downey, Calif. (St. John Bosco/Fullerton College) Jr.-2L Mesa, Ariz. (Mesa/Mesa CC) So.-SQ Wickenburg, Ariz. (Wickenburg) Jr.-2L Valley Center, Calif. (Valley Center) Jr.-2L Buckeye, Ariz. (Buckeye) Sr.-SQ Surprise, Ariz. (Peoria/Phoenix College) Jr.-2L Peoria, Ariz. (Liberty) So.-1L Peoria, Ariz. (Sunrise Mountain) So.-SQ Kingman, Ariz. (Kingman Academy) Fr.-HS Kingman, Ariz. (Kingman) So.-SQ Scottsdale, Ariz. (Chaparral) Fr.-HS Anchorage, Alaska (South Anchorage) Sr.-1L Peoria, Ariz. (Centennial/Glendale CC) Sr.-1L Walnut, Calif. (Walnut/Nevada/Fullerton College) So.-1L Peoria, Ariz. (Northwest Christian) So.-1L Glendale, Ariz. (Greenway) Sr.-1L Eagle, Idaho (Eagle/Boise State/Saddleback JC) Fr.-HS Bakersfield, Calif. (Liberty) Fr.-RS Prescott, Ariz. (Bradshaw Mountain) Sr.-1L Scottsdale, Ariz. (Saguaro/Boise State) Sr.-1L Thousand Oaks, Calif. (Moorpark/Army/Moorpark CC) Fr.-HS Oceanside, Calif. (Oceanside) Fr.-RS Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. (Los Osos) Fr.HS Bellflower, Calif. (Damien) Fr.-HS Fresno, Calif. (Edison) Fr.-HS Vancouver, Wash. (Skyview) So.-1L Poway, Calif. (Poway) Fr.-RS Evansville, Ind. (Mountain View) Fr.-HS Maricopa, Ariz. (Desert Vista) Jr.-1L Santa Clarita, Calif. (Canyon) Fr.-HS Las Vegas, Nev. (Centennial) Fr.-HS Carlsbad, Calif. (La Costa Canyon) So.-1L Glendale, Ariz. (Cactus/Illinois/Penn State) Jr.-SQ Oxnard, Calif. (Rio Mesa) So.-SQ Portland, Ore. (Central Catholic) So.-1L Mesa, Ariz. (Hamilton) So.-1L Peoria, Ariz. (Centennial) Sr.-1L Scottsdale, Ariz. (Notre Dame Prep/Portland St./GCC)


Lumberjacks Alphabetical Roster

62 83 76 63 86 77 13 51 80 40 31 82 47 8 66 5 74 3 30 41 90 53 26 70 56

Hayden Renning R.J. Rickert Eric Rodriguez Jake Rodriguez Bridger Rodoni Tyler Shank Shawn Sharkey Javere Smith Hayden Sovacki Jake Thomas Marc Thompson Alex Tolliver Anthony Troftgruben Ify Umodu Junior Vicente Dejzon Walker Kyle Walker Robert Watson Mo White II Andy Wilder Tim Wilkinson Chase Wilsey Blair Wishom Sam Woods Deon Young

LS/LB TE OL OL TE OL S DL WR FB DL WR RB/FB WR DL WR OL S CB K DL LB S DL DL

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

210 240 272 255 243 307 185 235 175 243 290 175 220 215 275 225 290 190 175 205 290 195 200 265 285

Jr.-1L Jr.-2L Fr.-RS So.-SQ Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Jr.-1L Fr.-HS Fr.-RS Fr.-RS Sr.-1L Fr.-RS So.-TR Sr.-3L Jr.-2L Jr.-2L Sr.-2L Jr.-1L Fr.-HS Sr.-2L Sr.-3L So.-SQ Sr.-1L Fr.-HS Fr.-HS

Flagstaff, Ariz. (Sinagua) Gilbert, Ariz. (Mesquite) Palmdale, Calif. (Palmdale) New River, Ariz. (Boulder Creek) Gilbert, Ariz. (Campo Verde) Chandler, Ariz. (Chandler) Pittsburgh, Pa. (Penn Hills/Snow College) Lake City, Fla. (Columbia) Peoria, Ariz. (Centennial) Mesa, Ariz. (Mountain View) Stockton, Calif. (Weston Ranch/Diablo Valley College) Moorpark, Calif. (Moorpark) Peoria, Ariz. (Sunrise Mountain) Covina, Calif. (South Hills) Prescott, Ariz. (Prescott) Chandler, Ariz. (Basha) Tucson, Ariz. (Sabino) Long Beach, Calif. (Los Alamitos) Scottsdale, Ariz. (Notre Dame Prep) Scottsdale, Ariz. (Notre Dame Prep) Las Vegas, Nev. (Bishop Gorman) Poway, Calif. (Poway) Antioch, Calif. (De La Salle/CC of San Francisco) Folson, Calif. (Rocklin) Inglewood, Calif. (Cuver City)

Numerical Roster NO. PLAYER POS. 74 Kyle Walker OL 75 Dylan LaFrenz OL 76 Eric Rodriguez OL 77 Tyler Shank OL 78 Ryan Nowicki OL 79 Brian Faussett OL 80 Hayden Sovacki WR 81 Marc Cooper WR 82 Alex Tolliver WR 83 R.J. Rickert TE 84 Jarred Ford WR 85 Patrick Baldenegro TE 86 Bridger Rodoni TE 87 Hunter Burton WR 88 Drew Emanuel TE 89 Beau Gardner TE 90 Tim Wilkinson DL 91 Brian Drulias K 92 Anthony Arledge DL 93 John Castaneda DL 94 Lorenzo Melvin DL 95 Michael DeGroote LB 96 Quentin Kantaris DE 97 George Dunlap III DL 98 Justin Jungblut DL 99 Zach McDonnell DL

Roster Breakdown by State

Alaska Thomas Hopp Arizona Jake Abbott Anthony Arledge Andy Bachelier Patrick Baldenegro Anders Battle Zach Bauman Jesse Brantley Chase Cartwright Derek Craig Ca’leve DeBoskie Michael DeGroote Pete Denham Drew Emanuel Craig Frum Roy Garcia Beau Gardner

Leroy Guenther Randy Hale, Jr. Anthony Harrington Austin Hasquet Ryan Hawkins Jim Herrero John Herrero Alex Holmes Anthony Hughes Chima Ike Casey Jahn Harrison Johnson Jacob Julian Justin Jungblut Lorenzo Melvin Ryan Nowicki Kyren Poe Tevin Ray Ryan Reardon Hayden Renning

R.J. Rickert Bridger Rodoni Jake Rodriguez Tyler Shank Hayden Sovacki Alex Tolliver Jake Thomas Anthony Troftgruben Junior Vicente Dejzon Walker Kyle Walker California Rafael Aguilar Marcus Alford Blake Bailey Delvin Batiste Nick Butier John Castaneda Nick Cole

Louis Collins Riley Deen Mike Dosen Lucky Dozier Brian Drulias George Dunlap III Brian Faussett Jarred Ford Steven Garcia Joe Gurski Corbin Jountti Quentin Kantaris Ryshaud Keegan Dylan LaFrenz Jonathan Lyles Ronnie Manning Zach McDonnell Shane Moniz Ethan Novak Jamaal Perkins

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Eric Rodriguez Marc Thompson Ify Umodu Robert Watson Mo White II Andy Wilder Chase Wilsey Blair Wishom Sam Woods Deon Young Colorado Hunter Burton Florida Javere Smith

Idaho Marc Cooper Jake Johnston Indiana Devon McPeek Nevada Coby Newton Tim Wilkinson Oregon Jordan Perry Pennsylvania Shawn Sharkey Washington Jabari Marshal

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2013 Northern Arizona Football 2012 Statistics Schedule and Results Date Opponent Aug. 30 at Arizona State Sept. 8 at UNLV Sept. 15 FORT LEWIS *Sept. 22 at Montana *Sept. 29 PORTLAND STATE *Oct. 13 at North Dakota *Oct. 20 UCDAVIS *Oct. 27 at Northern ColoradoL *Nov. 3 at Idaho State *Nov. 10 SOUTHERN UTAH *Nov. 17 #17 CAL POLY

W/L L W W W W W W W W L(OT) L

Score 6-63 17-14 69-0 41-31 24-10 45-38 21-7 12-10 50-10 29-35 34-42

Time Attend 3:11 48658 3:07 15257 2:57 6594 3:20 25254 2:57 9107 3:10 9742 2:56 7991 2:55 3780 3:05 5144 3:27 4125 3:05 6119

*Big Sky Conference Game Score by Quarters Northern Arizona Opponents

Rushing Zach Bauman Co. Deboskie Casey Jahn Austin Shanks Jake Hess Jordan Perry R.J. Rickert C. Cartwright TEAM Cary Grossart Total Opponents

gp 11 10 8 11 11 2 10 4 7 9 11 11

1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total 83 68 96 87 14 348 71 75 42 52 20 260

att gain 225 1256 66 465 41 314 15 161 6 23 1 70 1 0 12 36 7 0 43 33 417 2295 415 1817

Passing Cary Grossart C. Cartwright Jordan Perry Dejzon Walker Total Opponents

gp 9 4 2 10 11 11

Receiving gp Dejzon Walker 10 Ify Umodu 9 Zach Bauman 11 R.J. Rickert 10 Nick Cole 11 Austin Shanks 11 Jesse Brantley 9 Jake Hess 11 Drew Emanuel 11 Co. Deboskie 10 Beau Gardner 10 Jesse Bueno 9 Nick Butier 5 Casey Jahn 8 Cary Grossart 9 Kyren Poe 4 Total 11 2 Opponents 11

no. yds 36 505 35 481 34 216 27 272 25 349 23 268 9 98 9 5 2 8 140 1 8 68 4 46 3 20 2 9 1 25 2 1 13 1 5 26 2567 189 2241

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loss net avg 74 1182 5.3 22 443 6.7 8 306 7.5 2 159 10.6 0 23 3.8 7 7.0 0 9 -9 -9.0 50 - 14 - 1.2 14 - 14 -2.0 207 -174 -4.0 386 1909 4.6 291 1526 3.7

td 8 4 4 1 0 7 0 0 0 1 18 19

lg avg/g 75 107.5 62 44.3 66 38.2 78 14.5 8 2.1 3.5 0 -0.9 18 -3.5 0 -2.0 8 -19.3 78 173.5 42 138.7

effic c omp-att-int pct yds td 142.91 180-270-9 66.7 1997 17 103.32 37-79-2 46.8 461 3 206.04 8-11-0 72.7 96 2 209.20 1-1-0 100.0 13 0 136.35 2 26-361-11 62.6 2567 22 115.79 1 89-341-11 55.4 2241 12 avg 14.0 13.7 6.4 10.1 14.0 11.7 10.9 5.8 7.5 8.5 1.5 6.7 4.5 5.0 13.0 5.0 11.4 11.9

lg avg/g 50 221.9 37 115.2 31 48.0 13 1.3 50 233.4 57 203.7

td lg avg/g 3 50 50.5 6 36 53.4 1 25 19.6 3 35 27.2 3 32 31.7 1 40 24.4 1 35 10.9 0 14 4.7 1 37 12.7 2 31 6.8 1 22 4.6 0 12 2.2 0 5 1.8 0 25 3.1 0 13 1.4 0 5 1.2 22 50 233.4 12 57 203.7

Team Statistics NAU OPP SCORING 348 260 Points Per Game 31.6 23.6 FIRST DOWNS 231 202 Rushing 100 77 Passing 112 97 Penalty 19 28 RUSHING YARDAGE 1909 1526 Yards gained rushing 2295 1817 Yards lost rushing 386 291 Rushing Attempts 417 415 Average Per Rush 4.6 3.7 Average Per Game 173.5 138.7 TDs Rushing 18 19 PASSING YARDAGE 2567 2241 Comp-Att-Int 226-361-11 189-341-11 Average Per Pass 7.1 6.6 Average Per Catch 11.4 11.9 Average Per Game 233.4 203.7 TDs Passing 22 12 TOTAL OFFENSE 4476 3767 Total Plays 778 756 Average Per Play 5.8 5.0 Average Per Game 406.9 342.5 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 25-514 14-307 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 27-439 20-174 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 11-217 11-231 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 20.6 21.9 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 16.3 8.7 INT RETURN AVERAGE 19.7 21.0 FUMBLES-LOST 12-4 12-8 PENALTIES-Yards 81-772 79-744 Average Per Game 70.2 67.6 PUNTS-Yards 63-2826 75-3273 Average Per Punt 63-44.9 75-43.6 Net punt average 38.9 34.6 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 30:52 28:45 3RD-DOWN Conversions 56/157 52/166 3rd-Down Pct. 36% 31% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 10/18 12/17 4th-Down Pct. 56% 71% SACKS BY-Yards 29-169 31-243 MISC YARDS 0 3 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 45 34 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 10-14 7-11 ON-SIDE KICKS 0-0 0-1 RED-ZONE SCORES (36-45) 80% (28-36) 78% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (27-45) 60% (23-36) 64% PAT-ATTEMPTS (42-44) 95% (33-33) 100% ATTENDANCE 33936 107835 Games/Avg Per Game 5/6787 6/17972 Neutral Site Games 0/0

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Lumberjacks 2012 Statistics All Purpose Zach Bauman Austin Shanks Co. Deboskie Dejzon Walker Ify Umodu Nick Cole Casey Jahn R.J. Rickert C. Deboskie Drew Emanuel Jesse Brantley Jake Hess Lucky Dozier Blair Wishom Mike Dosen Beau Gardner Jarret Bilbrey Anthony Hughes Anders Battle T. Malenfant Jesse Bueno Marcus Alford Nick Butier Jordan Perry Kyren Poe TEAM C. Cartwright Cary Grossart Total Opponents

Field Goals Andy Wilder

g 11 11 10 10 9 11 8 10 11 11 9 11 11 11 10 10 11 10 11 11 9 7 5 2 4 7 4 9 11 11

rush 1182 159 443 0 0 0 306 -9 0 0 0 23 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 -14 -14 -174 1909 1526

rcv 216 268 68 505 481 349 25 272 0 140 98 52 0 0 0 46 0 0 0 0 20 0 9 0 5 0 0 13 2567 2241

pr 0 337 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 42 0 0 0 39 0 0 21 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 439 174 3

kr 0 271 0 0 0 0 0 0 224 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 514 07

ir 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 33 67 59 0 0 32 26 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 217 231

total avg/g 1398 127.1 1035 94.1 511 51.1 505 50.5 481 53.4 349 31.7 331 41.4 263 26.3 224 20.4 140 12.7 98 10.9 75 6.8 75 6.8 67 6.1 59 5.9 46 4.6 39 3.5 32 3.2 26 2.4 21 1.9 20 2.2 19 2.7 9 1.8 7 3.5 5 1.2 -14 -2.0 -14 -3.5 -161 -17.9 5646 513.3 479 407.2

rcv pass - 0-1 - - - - - - 1 - - - - - - - - - - 1-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 1-2 - 0-1

dxp saf - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2 - - - 2 - 1

no. 17 6 3 1 27 20

td 2 0 0 1 3 0

lg 75 23 15 0 75 27

Interceptions Lucky Dozier Blair Wishom Anthony Hughes Devin Willis Mike Dosen Anders Battle Total 1 Opponents

no. yds avg td 4 33 8.2 0 3 67 22.3 0 1 32 3 2.0 0 3 1 0 0.0 0 1 59 59.0 1 1 2 6 26.0 0 1 217 1 9.7 1 11 231 21.0 3

lg 21 45 2 0 59 26 59 55

Kick Returns Austin Shanks C. Deboskie Marcus Alford Ify Umodu Total Opponents

no. yds avg 12 271 22.6 11 224 20.4 1 19 19.0 1 0 0.0 25 514 20.6 1 4 307 21.9

td 0 0 0 0 0 0

lg 55 27 19 0 55 68

avg 61.0 61.0 0.0

td 1 1 0

lg 61 61 0

rush -174 1182 -14 443 306 159 7 23 0 -9 -14 1909 1526

pass 1997 0 461 0 0 0 96 0 13 0 0 - 2567 2241

Fumble Returns no. B. Phillips 1 Total 1 Opponents 0

fg pct. 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 5 0-99 lg blk 10-14 71.4 1-1 4-4 5-6 0-3 0-0 3 8 2

PAT Scoring td fg kick rush Andy Wilder - 10-14 38-39 - Zach Bauman 9 - - - Co. Deboskie 6 - - Ify Umodu 6 - - - Austin Shanks 4 - - - Casey Jahn 4 - - - Dejzon Walker 3 - - - R.J. Rickert 3 - - - Nick Cole 3 - - - Cary Grossart 1 - - - Beau Gardner 1 - - - Drew Emanuel 1 - - - Jesse Brantley 1 - - - Mike Dosen 1 - - - Jarret Bilbrey 1 - - - B. Phillips 1 - - - TEAM - - - - Ryan Hawkins - - 4-5 - Total 45 10-14 42-44 - Opponents 34 7-11 33-33 -

Punt Returns Austin Shanks Lucky Dozier T. Malenfant Jarret Bilbrey Total Opponents

pts 68 54 36 36 26 24 18 18 18 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 4 4 348 260

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Total Offense Cary Grossart Zach Bauman C. Cartwright Co. Deboskie Casey Jahn Austin Shanks Jordan Perry Jake Hess Dejzon Walker R.J. Rickert TEAM Total Opponents

g 9 11 4 10 8 4 11 2 11 10 10 7 11 11

yds avg 337 19.8 42 7.0 21 7.0 39 39.0 439 16.3 174 8.7

yds 61 61 0

plays 313 225 91 66 1 15 12 6 1 1 7 778 756

Punting Andy Wilder TEAM Total Opponents

no. 61 2 63 75

Kickoffs Ryan Hawkins Andy Wilder Total Opponents

no. yds 45 2851 19 1213 64 4064 51 3119

total avg/g 1823 202.6 1182 107.5 447 111.8 443 44.3 306 38.2 159 14.5 103 51.5 23 2.1 13 1.3 -9 -0.9 14 -2.0 4476 406.9 3767 342.5

yds avg lg tb fc 2826 46.3 71 10 16 0 0.0 0 0 0 2826 44.9 71 10 16 3273 43.6 6 6 12 7

i20 50+ blk 19 25 1 0 0 1 19 25 2 20 21 1

avg tb ob retn net ydln 63.4 34 2 63.8 12 1 63.5 46 3 21.9 40.7 24 61.2 25 1 20.6 3 8.8 26

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2013 Northern Arizona Football 2012 Statistics Defensive Stats Tackles # Defensive Leaders gp ua a tot 19 Anders Battle 11 52 12 64 2.0-10 94 Jarret Bilbrey 11 45 16 61 8.0-43 35 Austin Hasquet 11 34 27 61 1.0-2 20 Lucky Dozier 11 41 16 57 2.0-2 26 Blair Wishom 11 43 13 56 3.0-9 50 Steven Garcia 11 32 15 47 6.0-24 30 Devin Willis 11 32 9 41 3.0-8 44 Ryan Reardon 11 27 14 41 2.0-11 56 B. Phillips 11 21 17 38 4.0-6 90 Tim Wilkinson 10 24 13 37 5.0-26 54 Craig Frum 11 24 10 34 1.0-1 21 Mike Dosen 10 24 7 31 2.0-8 31 Marc Thompson 11 18 11 29 5.0-24 24 Blake Bailey 11 22 7 29 . 49 Chima Ike 11 12 9 21 4.0-15 96 Quen. Kantaris 9 17 2 19 9.0-43 98 Justin Jungblut 11 10 7 17 . 99 Zach McDonnell 7 7 9 16 4.0-15 38 T. Malenfant 11 10 4 14 . 37 Anthony Hughes 10 8 5 13 . 97 George Dunlap 10 10 3 13 4.0-20 13 Chris Connolly 10 10 3 13 . 47 Taylor Patton 11 12 . 12 1.0-6 12 Jake Johnston 10 7 2 9 . 36 Ant. Harrington 2 5 3 8 . 43 Jake Hess 1 1 3 4 7 51 Eric Storey 3 3 3 6 . 58 H. Johnson 10 3 3 6 . 3 Taylor Julio 7 4 . 4 . 39 Robert Watson 2 4 . 4 . 69 Matt Wilson 11 3 . 3 . 22 Marcus Alford 7 3 . 3 . 10 Ragland-Johnsen 11 3 . 3 . 4 Randy Hale, Jr. 2 2 . 2 . 45 Nick Butier 5 . 2 2 . 66 Junior Vicente 6 2 . 2 . 83 R.J. Rickert 10 . 2 2 . 34 Zach Bauman 11 1 1 2 . 16 Mike Massey 1 . 1 1 . 33 Tevin Ray 1 1 . 1 . Total Opponents

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Sacks Pass d efense Fumbles blkd tfl/yds no-yds int-yds brup qbh rcv-yds ff kick saf 1.0-9 1-26 6 . . 1 . . 7.0-41 . . 3 . . 1 . . . 1 1 1-0 1 . . . 4-33 5 . 1-0 . . . . 3-67 4 . . 1 . . 2.0-13 . . 2 1-0 . . . . 1-0 6 . . . . . 0.5-0 . 2 1 . . . . 0.5-0 . . 2 2-61 . . . 6.5-26 . 1 2 . . . . 0.5-0 . 1 1 . 1 . . . 1-59 2 . 2-0 1 . . 5.5-22 . . 3 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . 1.0-6 . . . . . . 5.0-25 . . 5 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . 3.0-14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-32 . 2 . . . . 1.0-13 . . . . . . . . . 1 1 1-0 . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

585 250 835 66-273 29-169 11-217 31 622 276 898 85-390 31-243 1 1-231 4 2

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Lumberjacks

Head Coach

Jerome Souers 16th Season • Oregon ‘83 Head coach Jerome Souers is entering his 16th season Eddie Robinson Award, an award presented by The Sports Netat the helm of the Northern Arizona football program. Souers, work to the top head coach in I-AA football. the longest tenured football coach in the history of the program, Behind the play of true freshman Big Sky Offensive Player ranks third all-time in Big Sky history with 84 career victories. of the Year Jason Murrietta, the Lumberjacks upset top-seeded Souers and his team posted an 8-3 overall record in 2012, McNeese State on the road and played host to the first home the best performance since the 2003 season. The record includes playoff game since 1996 with a quarterfinal appearance against tying a school record eight consecutive wins which was sparked Florida Atlantic. NAU finished ranked 10th in the national polls by a 17-14 win at UNLV. Included in the win streak was a 28-24 as Souers’ players were honored on and off the field for their defeat over No. 14 Montana. The win snapped a 14-game losing performances. Eighteen players were recognized with All-Big Sky streak to the Grizzlies and propelled NAU into the top 25 poll. honors highlighted by first-team All-America accolades for punter The Lumberjacks had 22 players earn AllMark Gould, who was recognized by five Big Sky honors, and three receive All-Amerdifferent organizations. Gould led the acThe Souers File ican accolades. Senior Austin Shanks was colades off the field, too. He was a CoSInamed the College Football Performance DA Academic All-America selection for Year Overall Conf./Finish Awards FCS Punt Returner of the Year. the second consecutive season as NAU 1998 6-5 (.545) 3-5 (.375)/t-7th While at NAU, Souers has led the led the nation with five CoSIDA academ1999 4-8* (.333) 2-6* (.250)/t-6th Lumberjacks to a record-breaking NCAA ic all-district selections. 2000 3-8 (.272) 2-6 (.250)/t-7th I-AA Quarterfinal appearance in 2003, and In 2006, Murrietta led a reemergence 2001 8-4 (.667) 5-2 (.714)/t-2nd their first Big Sky Conference title since that produced significant improvements 2002 6-5 (.545) 3-4 (.428)/t-4th 1978. The Lumberjacks have also recorded in the offensive production, resulting in a 2003 9-4 (.692) 5-2 (.714)/t-1st two playoff berths and posted nine winwinning season with six wins and ranking 2004 4-7 (.363) 3-4 (.428)/5th ning seasons. During his 15-year tenure, among the top turnarounds in the coun2005 3-8 (.272) 1-6 (.142)/t-7th Souers has coached 141 student-athletes try. Murrietta had a stellar senior season 2006 6-5 (.545) 5-3 (.625)/4th to all-conference honors a combined 218 highlighted by a runner-up finish for the 2007 6-5 (.545) 5-3 (.625)/3rd times with 48 first-team selections and 48 Walter Payton Award, All-America hon2008 6-5 (.545) 4-4 (.500)/5th All-American accolades. ors and his second Big Sky Conference 2009 5-6 (.454) 4-4 (.500)/T5th Souers, who was named the 1999 Offensive Player of the Year award. He 2010 6-5 (.545) 4-4 (.500)/6th Big Sky Conference Coach of the Year, also threw for 2,827 yards with a 65.0 com2011 4-7 (.363) 3-5 (.375)/6th has the Lumberjacks posting impressive repletion percentage and a school-record 2012 8-3 (.727) 6-2 (.750)/4th sults in the classroom.The football program 34 touchdowns, leading the Big Sky in Total 84-85 (.497) 55-60 (.478) has produced the Golden Eagle Scholar passing efficiency (168.2) and total of* includes four forfeits Athlete of the Year seven times (Blair Boynfense (243.1), while ranking fifth and ton, Eric Damko, Steve Gomez, Mark Gould, 11th nationally. Paul Ernster, Jeff Wheeler and Jake Hess) and had 11 student-ath- Souers arrived in Flagstaff after spending 12 years at letes named to the 2012 Big Sky Fall All-Academic team. Overall, Montana with a proven track record. His last eight seasons in the program has earned 133 Big Sky academic honors over the Missoula he served as defensive coordinator. During his stay with last 15 seasons. There have also been six Academic All-Americans, the Grizzlies, Montana was transformed from a Big Sky also-ran as well. into a perennial league and national title contender. Souers’ ten Souers increased the program’s Academic Progress Rate, ure in Missoula produced 12 straight winning seasons, seven playa real-time measure of eligibility, retention and graduation of stu- off berths, four appearances in the national semifinals, a national dent-athletes, five straight academic years (872 to 953) and had runner-up finish (1996) and a national title (1995). Montana won the highest multi-year rate in the Big Sky Conference in 2011, three Big Sky titles during that span. earning the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) Athletics Souers showed his winning touch from the start in JanDirectors Association APR Award. The award is given to the high- uary 1998 when he took over a program in limbo, becoming the est APR score in each of the 14 FCS conferences. first NAU coach since Dwain Painter in 1979 to begin his career The 2003 season saw Souers become a finalist for the with a winning record.

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2013 Northern Arizona Football Despite dressing only 44 players for his first spring practice, including walk-ons, Souers led the Lumberjacks to a winning season. Highlights from Souers’ first season at NAU included the Lumberjacks’ first shutout of a Division I opponent (NAU 9, Cal Poly 0) in 31 games, two near road victories against league title contenders Eastern Washington and Montana State and a season-ending two-game winning streak. In 2001, the Lumberjacks posted one of the nation’s most improved records, recording an 8-4 mark to tie for second place in the Big Sky Conference. NAU earned a berth in the I-AA playoffs for the second time in school history before dropping a 34-31 decision at Sam Houston State in the first round. The success of the NAU football team in 2001 was evident in the accolades bestowed on the program. Fifteen student-athletes were recognized with All-Big Sky Conference honors. All-Big Sky first-team selections linebacker Keith O’Neil signed as a free agent with the Dallas Cowboys and won a Super Bowl title with the Indianapolis Colts in his fourth year in the NFL. Senior tackle Eric Damko was named to the Verizon Academic All-America squad for the second consecutive season. Jerome Souers was born May 20, 1958, in Oregon. He attended North Eugene High School, along with another future coach, Danny Ainge of the Phoenix Suns. He began his coaching career while still attending Oregon. Souers spent time on the staff at North Eugene High School and Williamette, working in the same area of the state where his father, Dwight, was a successful prep coach. Souers earned his degree in physical education in 1983 and upon graduation returned to the high-school ranks. He spent eight years coaching in Oregon high schools before making the move into college football. In 1984 he made his foray into the collegiate ranks, joining the staff at Western Washington where he coordinated the defense and coached the defensive backs. A year later, Souers joined Don Read’s staff at then-Division II Portland State. After one year serving as the Viking’s running backs coach, Souers followed Read to Montana. With Souers coaching the secondary, the new staff in Missoula produced records of 6-4 and 6-5 during its first two years. A hint of things to come came in 1988 when the Grizzlies went 8-4 and led the Big Sky Conference in all defensive categories. In 1989, Souers added defensive coordinator to his duties and the Grizzlies posted an 11-2 record with an appearance in the national semifinals. Montana also tied a national interception record in one game with 10 picks vs. Boise State. A year later, the Grizzlies opened the 1990 campaign with a 22-15 road win at Oregon State. During Souers’ nine years as defensive coordinator at Montana, the Grizzlies twice ranked among the nation’s top-10 in rushing defense, finishing third in the country in that category in 1992. His last unit in Missoula led the Big Sky Conference in

scoring defense. The peak years during Souers’ stay at Montana came from 1993 to 1996. During that period, the Grizzlies made four straight playoff appearances, played in three semifinals and two national title games.The 1995 squad won the national title and the 1996 team was the NCAA runner-up. The four-year record for Montana during that time was 48-8. During the national title run, Souers’ defense became the first in NCAA history to post consecutive playoff shutouts (Eastern Kentucky and Georgia Southern). He coached six All-America defensive backs at Montana, including future NFL stars Tim Hauck of the Seattle Seahawks and Blaine McElmurry of the Green Bay Packers. In 1996, when head coach Mick Dennehy was sidelined after undergoing major surgery, Souers stepped in as head coach and led the Grizzlies to victories over Cal State Northridge and Portland State. Souers and his wife, Paula, have two daughters, Anna and Alaina.

All-Americans (27 Student-Athletes, 48 Honors)

Zach Bauman (2011), Ben Bachelier (2011*), Ed Berry (2009), Afa Faraimo (1998), Eric Damko (2000*, 2001*), Robbie Dehaze (2007, 2008), Shaun Fitzpatrick (2007), K.J. Gerard (2007, 2008), Mark Gould (2001*, 2002, 2002*, 2003, 2003*), Cary Grossart (2011), Jake Hess (2012), Chris Hunsaker (2006), Cyrus Igono (2007), Cedric Jones (1999), Rhian Madrid (2006), Jason Murrietta (2006), Stephen Nwogbe (2008), Keith O’Neil (2002), Ray Perryman (1999, 2000), Kris Poindexter (2010); Matt Raivio (2003), Austin Shanks (2012), Francis St. Paul (1999), Alex Watson (2006), Andy Wilder (2012), Ricky Wilson (2007), Drew Zamora (2011). * Academic All-American

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Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Coach

Andy Thompson

Ninth Season • Montana ‘04 Andy Thompson begins his fifth season as the defensive coordinator and seventh overall as the linebackers coach at Northern Arizona University. He is entering his ninth season overall on the staff after spending his first two seasons across the line of scrimmage directing the running backs. Thompson, who has coached 27 student-athletes to 36 All-Big Sky honors at NAU, produced his best unit in 2010 with one of the top defenses in the Big Sky. The Lumberjacks led the league in scoring defense (19.8), rushing defense (93.5) and sacks (33), while ranking second overall in total defense (306.6) and pass defense (213.1). The Lumberjacks ranked fifth nationally in rush defense and among the FCS Top 25 in sacks (10th), total defense (14th) and pass defense (22nd).Austin Hasquet was named Big Sky Honorable Mention after finishing third on the team in sacks. Linebacker Reid Worthington and defensive lineman Isaac Bond were both named to the All-Big Sky first team. NAU upset previously ninth-ranked Montana State, which led the Big Sky and ranked second in the FCS in total offense at 516.2 yards per game. The Bobcats were held to just 19 yards in the first half and 123 yards for the game. The 2012 season turned out to be another solid year for the Lumberjack defense. They finished the year first in the Big Sky in pass defense (203.7), and ranked second in scoring defense (23.6) and total defense (342.5). NAU finished 37th in total defense and 38th in rushing defense. Cornerback Anders Battle and safety Lucky Dozier earned All-Big Sky first team honors, while defensive tackle Tim Wilkinson was voted to the second team. In 2011, NAU was third in rushing defense (35th in the FCS) and scoring defense in the conference and ranked fifth overall in the Big Sky in total defense. Bond was named to the All-Big Sky first team for the second consecutive season after recording a team-best 7.5 tackles for loss (third in the Big Sky). Linebacker Scott McKeever closed out his career with his second all-conference honor. Thompson was promoted to defensive coordinator prior to the 2009 season, replacing longtime coordinator Corey Batoon. The Lumberjacks played hard throughout the season despite dealing with 14 student-athletes missing games during the season due to injury. The Lumberjacks ranked third in the Big Sky and 35th in the nation in rushing defense, holding opponents to less than 100 yards rushing five times. NAU was at its best in conference games, ranking second overall allowing 352.9 yards per game gainst the Big Sky. Returning senior Matt Estrada led six defensive players on the All-Big Sky team, including linebackers Stevon Thomas (sec-

ond), who ranked second on the team in tackles with 75, and Reid Worthington (HM). Thompson helped tutor a defense that led the FCS and ranked second in Division I overall in rushing defense allowing just 59.8 yards per game in 2008. NAU held four opponents to negative yards rushing and a fifth to just 21 on the game. For the season, NAU allowed 658 yards on 307 carries (2.1 yards per carry) with 99 plays for zero or negative yardage on the season, including 72 for a loss on the season. It reset the NAU and Big Sky Conference records for rushing defense and yards allowed in a season. Thompson’s linebackers were among the tackle leaders on the squad, producing four of the top 10 tacklers led by Anthony Llanos. Cody Dowd earned All-Big Sky second team honors, while Stevon Thomas was an honorable mention selection. He helped coach the special teams in 2007-08. The Lumberjacks ranked fourth in the nation in net punting and led the Big Sky Conference in kickoff coverage in 2007. In his first season on the defensive staff, the linebackers were led by the 55 tackles by Joe Lyman. Sophomore Cody Dowd earned All-Big Sky honorable mention accolades, recording four tackles for loss among 35 tackles. Thompson led a solid backfield group in 2006 that played a vital role in the offensive success of the squad. The Lumberjacks ranked second in the Big Sky in rushing per game at 137.9 with a league-best 3.9 yards per carry. NAU ranked first in scoring offense (34.4 points per game) and total offense (405.1), listed fifth and sixth respectively on the national charts. Redshirt freshman Alex Henderson was a standout under Thompson’s tutelage in 2006, earning Big Sky Conference Newcomer of the Year accolades. He was the first Lumberjack to capture the honor since former Payton Award winner Archie Amerson garnered the distinction in 1995. Henderson, who became the first freshman in school history to rush for 1,000 yards in a season, led the team in rushing with 1,016 rushing yards on 189 carries with five touchdowns. He led the conference in all-purpose yards with a 126.3 per game average, the 30th-best total in the nation, and posted four 100yard rushing games on the season highlighted by his 265-yard, two-touchdown performance at Eastern Washington, ranking as the seventh-best single-game rushing total in school history Thompson joined the NAU staff in 2005 as a graduate assistant, assisting with the running backs and other program related duties before being promoted to full-time status in 2006. In his first season, senior Philo Sanchez led the team in rushing with 579 yards and two touchdowns. Classmate Ryan Wil-

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2013 Northern Arizona Football liams led the team with three rushing touchdowns. He coached at Eastern Oregon in 2004 under current assistant Travis Baker. At Eastern Oregon he tutored Nick Hannaw, a linebacker who signed as a free agent with the Indianapolis Colts. His special team punt and kickoff return units both ranked among the NAIA Top 10. A native of Walla Walla, Wash., Thompson played for Montana for four seasons (1999, 2001-03). He helped the Grizzlies to five Big Sky Championships and one national championship (2001) during his five-year career in Missoula. He played in 44 career games with 103 total tackles, including 8.5 tackles for loss. Thompson graduated with a degree in health enhancement from Montana in May 2004. He married the former Mikal Mickleson of Missoula, Mont., in the summer of 2008. They have a son, Mac.

All-Big Sky Selections (27 athletes, 36 honors)

Blayne Anderson (2011, HM) Michael Battisti (2010, HM) Anders Battle (2011, HM; 2012, 1st) Jarrett Bilbrey (2012, HM) Isaac Bond (2009, 2nd, 2010, 1st, 2011, 1st) Dwight Boyd (2009, HM) Mike Dosen (2012, HM) Cody Dowd (2007, HM; 2008, 2nd; 2010, HM) Lucky Dozier (2012, 1st) Matt Estrada (2009, 1st, 2010, 2nd) Anthony Evans (2008, HM) Austin Hasquet (2012, HM) Alex Henderson (2006, 2nd) Brian Hunter (2010, HM) Cyrus Igono (2007, HM) Scott McKeever (2010, 2nd; 2011, HM) Kainoa Pe’a (2010, HM) Kyle Rath (2010, HM) Ryan Reardon (2012, HM) Stevon Thomas (2009, 2nd) Marc Thompson (2012, HM) Reid Worthington (2009, HM; 2010, 1st) Brandon Vance (2009, HM) Tim Wilkinson (2011, HM; 2012, 2nd) Devin Willis (2012, HM) Blair Wishom (2012, HM) Taelor Worrell (2010, HM)

The Thompson File Born: April 30, 1980 College: Montana, 2004 Playing Experience: Montana, 1999, 2001-03 Family: Wife, Mikal; Son, Mac Recruiting Areas: West Valley HS (AZ) – Southern California JC (CA) Thompson’s Coaching Chronology 2004 Eastern Oregon, Linebackers 2005-06 Northern Arizona University, Running Backs 2007-2008 Northern Arizona University, Linebackers/Special Teams 2009-Pres. Northern Arizona University, Defensive Coordinator/ Linebackers

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Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach

Richard Scangarello

Second Season • Sacramento State ‘96 Rich Scangarello enters his second season as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach after joining the Northern Arizona University staff in March of 2012. In his first season with NAU, Scangarello helped mentor Cary Grossart who went on to finish his career with the top completion percentage in NAU history at 66.3. He also posted the second-best completion percentage in a season with 66.7. Overall, the Lumberjacks finished tied for 27th in the nation in scoring offense with an average of 31.6 points per game. Scangarello served as the co-offensive coordinator at UC Davis for the 2008 season, leading an offense that ranked 11th in the Football Championship Subdivision in total offense at 426.5 yards per game, while scoring 28.5 points per game. He originally joined the Davis staff in 2005 as passing game coordinator and wide receivers coach, serving in that role from 2005-2007. In 2005, he coached the most prolific wide receiver in UC Davis history in All-American Tony Kays, who led the NCAA in receptions with 93 while setting school marks for receptions and yards. Scangarello was on the Oakland Raiders staff as the assistant quarterbacks coach and offensive quality control assistant for the 2009 season. He most recently served as the offensive coordinator, assistant head coach and quarterbacks coach at Millsaps College in Jackson, Miss. At Millsaps, he coached quarterback Garrett Pinciotti to All-SCAC second team honors after throwing for 2,200 yards and 23 touchdowns. He also served on the Idaho staff for two stints in 2000

as offensive graduate assistant and 2002-03 as quarterbacks coach, coaching former NAU assistant Brian Lindgren during his collegiate career. Lindgren ranked among the top 20 passers in Division I in both 2002 and 2003 under his tuteledge. He began his coaching career in the UC Davis program in 1998 and 1999, working with two eventual NFL draft picks and consecutive consensus Division II All-Americans Kevin Daft and J.T. O’Sullivan. A native of Roseville, Calif. and a 1990 graduate of Oakmont High School, Scangarello graduated from Sacramento State in 1996 with a degree in business administration.

The Scangarello File Born: April 15, 1972 College: Sacramento State, 1996 Recruiting Areas: East Valley HS (AZ), Northern California/Sacramento HS (CA) Scangarello’s Coaching Chronology 1998-99 University of California Davis, Offensive Assistant/Quarterbacks Coach 2000 University of Idaho, Offensive Graduate Assistant/Quarterbacks Coach 2001 Carlton College, Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach 2002-03 University of Idaho, Offensive Assistant/Quarterbacks Coach 2004-07 University of California Davis, Passing Game Coordinator/Wide Receivers Coach 2008 University of California Davis, Co-Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers Coach 2009 Oakland Raiders, Offensive Quality Control/Assistant Quarterback Coach 2010-11 Millsaps College, Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks

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2013 Northern Arizona Football

Defensive Line Coach

Travis Baker

Third Season • Suny College at Brockport ‘96 Travis Baker enters his third season with Northern Arizona University as the defensive line coach. He joined the Lumberjack program in the spring of 2011. The defensive line did not disappoint in 2012, as it ranked in the top five in the league in rushing defense. Leading the way were all-conference honorees Jarret Bilbrey and Tim Wilkinson for the second year in a row. Bilbrey tallied 61 tackles and seven sacks for a total of 41 yards. Wilkinson added 37 tackles and 6.5 sacks for 26 yards. Both Bilbrey and Wilkinson ranked in the top five in the Big Sky in sacks during conference play. In 2011, the defensive front combined for 30 tackles for loss and 20 quarterback sacks while helping the team rank 35th in the Football Championship Subdivision against the rush in his first season. Senior Isaac Bond earned All-Big Sky first team honors after recording a team-best 7.5 tackles for loss (third in the Big Sky) with 4.0 sacks. Senior Blayne Anderson had a career-best year, ranking fifth on the team in tackles with seven tackles for loss. Senior Dan Pela was a CoSIDA Academic All-District choice. Returnees Tim Wilkinson and Jarrett Bilbrey both return after combining for over 60 tackles last season. Baker was the defensive coordinator at Montana Western for the 2010 season. He served on the coaching staff at Eastern Oregon University from 2002-05, in La Grande, Ore. He was the defensive coordinator, working with the defensive line, safeties and special teams during his tenure. He was also the interim head coach during the 2004 season, hiring current NAU defensive coordinator Andy Thompson. Eastern’s special team punt and kickoff

return units both ranked among the NAIA top 10. Baker began his collegiate coaching career at Utah State under Head Coach Dave Arslanian (1999) and Mike Dennehy (2000-01) and coached with current NAU assistant David Reeves, working with the defensive line from 1999-01. Overall, he coached five student-athletes who earned all-conference honors with the Aggies. In 1999, two Aggie defensive linemen earned All-Big West accolades, including Vaea Fiefia, who was a second-team pick, and Doug Madoski, an honorable mention choice. In 2000, Nate Larsen earned honorable mention All-Big West honors and Nate Putnam was the only league freshman to earn All-Big West first-team conference honors. In 2001, DE Nick Onaindia signed with the Oakland Raiders after leading the team in tackles for loss. Prior to coming to USU, Baker spent three years as an assistant coach at Lake Havasu (Ariz.) High School. In 1997 he coached the secondary, wide receivers and special teams and in 1998 he was the defensive coordinator, linebacker, special teams and receivers coach. Baker was an all-county quarterback at Brockport (N.Y.) High School, while also playing basketball. Baker has also coached basketball and baseball at the high school level. He earned a degree in physical education from Suny College at Brockport in 1996 and a master’s of education in secondary education from Utah State in 2001.

The Baker File Born: May 19, 1973 College: Suny College at Brockport, 1996; Utah State, 2001 Recruiting Areas: East Valley HS (AZ), Las Vegas HS (NV), Central California (Bakersfield & Fresno) HS/JC (CA) Baker’s Coaching Chronology 1997 Lake Havasu High School, WR/DB/ST 1998 Lake Havasu High School, DC/LB/ST/WR 1999-01 Utah State, Defensive Line 2002-05 Eastern Oregon University, Defensive Coordinator 2010 Montana Western, Defensive Coordinator 2011-Pres. Northern Arizona, Defensive Line

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Defensive Backs Coach

Charles Huff

Third Season • Presbyterian ‘85 Charles Huff enters his third season as defensive backs coach at Northern Arizona University. In his first-two seasons, Huff has helped mold Anders Battle into a two-time All-Big Sky honoree. Battle led the Lumberjacks with 52 unassisted tackles for a total of 64. He ranked 38th in the league amongst all positions in the category. In addition to mentoring Battle, Huff coached Lucky Dozier into an all-conference honoree as well. He ranked fourth on the team in tackles with 57 and tied for the Big Sky Conference lead with four interceptions. Dozier was also named the Most Valuable Player at the team’s end of the year banquet. In 2011, he coached Anders Battle to All-Big Sky honorable mention honors, as he was named the Most Improved Player on defense after recording 35 tackles with two forced fumbles and a 60-yard interception return for a touchdown. The former NFL player with the San Francisco 49ers and Atlanta Falcons brings a wealth of experience to the Lumberjack program with a collegiate coaching career dating back to 1989. Huff joins Souers’ staff after recent positions at Florida A&M University as defensive coordinator (2005-07) and defensive ends and special teams coordinator at Central Florida from 199703. He most recently coached at Miles College in Fairfield, Ala. Huff began his coaching career at his alma mater Presbyterian College in 1989 before moving on to assistant positions at Murray State (1991-93), West Alabama (1993-94) and Austin Peay State (1994-97). In 1990, Presbyterian finished second in the nation in pass defense. He helped MSU rank second in the Ohio Valley Conference in pass defense in both of his seasons on the staff. He was also the defensive coordinator at Austin Peay State while coaching the linebackers, secondary and special teams units. The

Governors led the Ohio Valley Conference and finished fourth nationally in run defense and ranked 19th nationally in total defense in 1994. Huff’s 1999 special teams unit at UCF was responsible for a total of eight blocked kicks (five punts, two field goals, one PAT). During his career, he recruited and coached defensive back and future NFL star Asante Samuel at Central Florida, as well as ends Elton Patterson (UCF), Reshard Jentry (UCF) and Anthony Hutch (Murray State) to All-America honors. Samuel and Patterson were both selected in the NFL Draft in 2003 in the fourth and seventh rounds, respectively. Samuel has been a threetime Pro Bowler and two-time Super Bowl champion during his career and currently plays for the Philadelphia Eagles. Huff also tutored SBN Black College Defensive Player of the Year Kevin Talley at Norfolk State. Talley was a consensus All-America first-team selection by Walter Camp, Associated Press and The Sports Network. Huff was a three-time All-American and all-conference selection at Presbyterian College before his four-year career in the NFL. He holds school records for punt and kick return average and career interceptions (20). He played with the 49ers from 1985-86 and the Falcons from 1987-88. He became a 49er the same season as All-Pro receiver Jerry Rice. After head coach Bill Walsh and defensive back coach Ray Rhodes moved Ronnie Lott to safety in 1986, Huff moved into the starting lineup at left corner. He later suffered a severe knee injury and was released, but played parts of two more seasons with the Falcons. He graduated with a degree in history and education from Presbyterian in 1985.

The Huff File Born: Feb. 24, 1963 College: Presbyterian College, 1985 Playing Experience: Presbyterian College, 1981-85; San Francisco 49ers, 1985-86; Atlanta Falcons, 1987-88 Family: Wife, Resa; Sons, Daron, Trevin and Sharmar Recruiting Areas: Southern HS (AZ), Los Angeles HS (CA), Florida HS (FL) Huff ’s Coaching Chronology 1989-91 Presbyterian College, Running Backs/Defensive Backs 1991-93 Murray State University, Defensive Backs/Outside Linebackers 1993-94 West Alabama University, Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Backs 1994-97 Austin Peay State University, Defensive Coordinator/ Linebackers/Secondary/Special Teams 1997-03 University of Central Florida, Defensive Ends/Special Teams Coordinator 2004 Norfolk State University, Co-Special Teams Coordinator/Linebackers 2005-07 Florida A&M University, Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers 2008 Columbia High School, Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers 2010 Miles College, Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers, Defensive Line 2011-Pres. Northern Arizona University, Defensive Backs

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2013 Northern Arizona Football

Tight Ends/Fullbacks Coach/Recruiting

Craig Knoth

Eighth Season • Truman State ‘04 Craig Knoth (pronounced Kuh – NO – th) begins his eighth season as an assistant coach at Northern Arizona University. Knoth works with the tight ends and fullbacks, while coordinating the recruiting efforts for the football program. In 2012, Knoth helped guide Jake Hess to All-Big Sky First Team honors while also being named to the Sports Network third team. He was also a College Sports Journal honorable mention All-American. Hess received the David Couture Award as the Most Inspirational Player on the offensive unit at the team’s banquet. Hess was also a semifinalist for the 2012 William V. Campbell Trophy, an award that recognizes an individual as the best football scholar-athlete in the nation Knoth coached starters Hess and Brian Riley for an offensive unit that ranked 14th in the nation and produced the Big Sky leaders in both rushing and passing efficiency in 2011. Riley earned All-Big Sky honorable mention honors and played in the Casino del Sol All-Star game to cap his career, while Hess was an All-Big Sky second-team pick at fullback. In 2010, Knoth helped develop two-sport standout Nick Larson in his only season on the gridiron. Larson, a former basketball player, produced 14 catches for 117 and three touchdowns, the second-best total on the team, and earned All-Big Sky honorable mention accolades. True freshman Drew Emanuel also saw significant action when junior Riley was lost to injury early in the season, seeing action in 10 games. Knoth also worked with Vinnie Paciulli, who earned the All-Big Sky second-team selection at fullback in 2010. Knoth mentored Shaun Fitzpatrick to three All-Big Sky honors, including first-team accolades in 2006. He finished his career with 77 catches for 920 yards and four touchdowns and was named to the prestigious 2009 Football Championship Subdivision Athletics Directors Association Academic All-Star Team. Fitzpatrick ranked second on the team with 28 catches for 360 yards in 2007, earning honorable mention All-America honors from the Sports Network. In 2008, redshirt freshman Brian Riley filled in for the injured Fitzpatrick and earned All-Big Sky honorable mention accolades. Prior to NAU, Knoth worked two seasons at Missouri Southern State University where he worked as a graduate assistant. At Missouri South-

ern, Knoth worked with the tight ends and assisted with the offensive line for Head Coach John Ware. He handled the offensive line position group for the final five games of the 2006 season at Missouri Southern after the passing of Head Coach and Offensive Line coach John Ware. At Missouri Southern, Knoth was part of a staff that broke or tied more than 30 school offensive records. In 2004, Missouri Southern set the school season record for passing yards (3,575 yards) and ranked second on the all-time list for total offense (4,983 yards) and scoring (342 points). They became the first team in MIAA conference history to record a 3,000-yard passer, 1,000-yard receiver and 1,000-yard rusher during the regular season. Knoth helped mentor two Honorable Mention All-MIAA offensive linemen in sophomore Allen Barbre and freshman Matt Stout. In 2005, Knoth mentored two All-MIAA selections on the Offensive Line at Missouri Southern in Allen Barbre and Matt Stout. Allen Barbre was a First-Team All-MIAA, First-Team All-Southwest Region, and Honorable Mention All-America as a junior. Barbre was a fourth round selection (119th overall) of the Green Bay Packers in the 2007 NFL Draft. Matt Stout was an honorable mention selection as a sophomore. Knoth was a four-year letter winner and a three-year starter at Truman State University for Head Coach John Ware. He played on the offensive line as a guard starting every game, 33 consecutive, beginning in the 2001 season thru the 2003 season at Truman State. At Truman State, Knoth played on some of the most prolific offenses in the over 100 years of football at the institution. Knoth, a native of Cape Girardeau, Mo., graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business administration with concentrations in management and marketing as well as a minor in Public Administration from Truman State University in 2004. He earned his master’s degree in business administration from Missouri State University in 2006. He was married in June, 2007 to the former Nikki Riess. They have two daughters, Zoie and Claire.

The Knoth File Born: July 19, 1981 College: Truman State University, 2004; Missouri State University, 2006 Playing Experience: Truman State University, 2000-03 Family: Wife, Nikki; Daughters Zoie and Claire. Recruiting Areas: North Phoenix HS (AZ),Ventura County/Central Coast HS (CA), Reno HS (NV) Knoth’s Coaching Chronology 2004-05 Missouri Southern State University 2006-Pres. Northern Arizona University, Tight Ends

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Wide Receivers Coach

Tim Plough

First Season • UC Davis ‘08 Tim Plough begins his first season as the wide receivers coach at Northern Arizona University in 2013 after being hired in February of 2013. Plough (pronounced ‘PLOW’) joins the Lumberjack staff after a 10-year playing and coaching career at UC Davis under head coach Bob Biggs. He was the starting quarterback for the Aggies in 2007 under current NAU offensive coordinator Rich Scangarello and was also the backup for three seasons (2004-06). In his senior season, he completed better than 64 percent of his passes for 1,355 yards and 11 touchdowns. He began his coaching career as a volunteer assistant on the Aggie staff for the 2008 season before earning a full-time role as quarterbacks coach in 2009. Plough added responsibilities each season of his four-year stint, finishing as co-offensive coordinator and play caller for the 2012 season in the school’s first season in the Big Sky Conference. He started calling plays for the Aggies in 2011 and was also the pass-game coordinator for each of the last three seasons (201012). In his first season as coordinator, the Aggies scoring rose 42 percent from 19 to 27 points per game behind a passing offense ranked 38th in the FCS. He coached quarterback Randy Wright to Great West Conference Rookie of the Year honors in 2010. Wright went on to be the first player in school history to earn Big Sky Player of the Week honors in 2012. Before arriving at UC Davis, Plough was a two-sport standout at Ramona High School, earning All-Valley League honors

in both football and baseball as a senior. He added second-team All-San Diego Section distinction in 2002 while setting school records for completions (312) and passing yards (5,005). Plough graduated from UC Davis in 2008 with a degree in history and earned in Master’s of Science in coaching education from Ohio University in 2012.

The Plough File College: UC Davis, 2008 Recruiting Areas: Scottsdale/Phoenix HS (AZ), San Diego/Southern Cal HS (CA), Utah HS (UT), Snow College Plough’s Coaching Chronology 2008 UC Davis,Volunteer Assistant 2009 UC Davis, Quarterbacks Coach

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Safeties/Special Teams Coach

David Reeves

Fifth Season • Montana ‘91 David Reeves enters his fifth season as the safeties coach and special teams coordinator. He joined the staff after five seasons as the head coach at Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Mont., and has 17 years of experience overall in the FCS and FBS levels. Reeves coached safety Lucky Dozier to All-Big Sky first-team honors. Dozier ranked fourth on the team in tackles with 57 and tied for the Big Sky Conference lead with four interceptions. He also added five passes deflections, the second-best total on the team. For his stellar play, Dozier was named the Most Valuable Player on defense at the team banquet. Reeves coached junior Matt Estrada to a breakout season in 2009 in his initial season. Estrada was named the most valuable defensive player, defensive backfield player of the year and outstanding junior after leading the team with 78 tackles and a team-best 47 solo tackles. He culminated his junior season with All-Big Sky first-team honors. Estrada also anchored one of the best defensive units in school history in 2010, signing as a free agent with the Jacksonville Jaguars in July 2011.The Lumberjacks led the league in scoring defense (19.8), rushing defense (93.5) and sacks (33), while ranking second overall in total defense (306.6) and pass defense (213.1). NAU was fifth nationally in rush defense and among the FCS Top 25 in sacks (10th), total defense (14th) and pass defense (22nd). Estrada, who made the Jacksonville Jaguars practice squad as an undrafted free agent, earned All-Big Sky second team honors in 2010, bringing home Big Sky Player of the Week honors on both defense and special teams. He is currently playing in the CFL. Reeves has helped produced some of the nation’s top special teams units during his time at NAU. The Lumberjacks ranked in the Top 16 in the country in both punting and field goals in 2010 behind the play punter Drew Zamora and kicker Matt Myers. Zamora ranked third in the Big Sky and 19th nationally in 2011, while kick return-

ers led the league and ranked sixth overall in the FCS at 24.3 yards per return. Taylor Malenfant was among the top punt returners in the country. During Reeves’ tenure with the Rocky Mountain Bears he tutored a defense that steadily improved each season and produced numerous all-conference players each season. RMC defeated Montana Tech for the first time since 1999 ending a 16-game losing streak to the Orediggers - and wrapped up the season with back-to-back victories over Eastern Oregon and Montana Western. The Bears ranked No. 2 in the NAIA in passing offense (323.0 per game), No. 4 in sacks per game (3.5) and No. 9 in field goals made (.769). Prior to arriving at Rocky, Reeves spent 15 years coaching at the Division I level. He started his coaching career at his alma mater, the University of Montana, after he finished his playing career in 1987 under then defensive coordinator Jerome Souers. As the linebacker coached for the Griz, Reeves coached 10 All-Big Sky first-team performers, including 1996 Big Sky Defensive MVP Jason Crebo. He was also a member of the Grizzly coaching staff that guided the 1995 team to the 1-AA National Championship. In 2000, Reeves followed Mick Dennehy from Montana to Utah State University, where he became the assistant head coach and linebacker coach for the Aggies. While at USU, Reeves’ linebackers earned All-Big West first-team honors three times.Two of his linebackers, Jesse Busta and Brent Passey, ended their careers as the schools’ third and fourth all-time leading tacklers. As a player at Montana, Reeves was a four-year letter winner and was two-year starter as a strong safety. He earned the team’s Most Inspirational award as a senior in 1987. In 1991, Reeves earned a BA in history from Montana. Reeves is married to the former Sara Mates and they have two children, Matt and Sam.

The Reeves File Born: Feb. 14, 1966 College: University of Montana, 1991 Playing Experience: University of Montana, 1984-87 Family: Wife, Sara; Sons, Matt and Sam Recruiting Areas: Western States Football League JC (AZ,UT,NM), South Bay Area (CA), Hawaii HS (HI) Reeves’ Coaching Chronology 1989-2000 University of Montana, Linebackers 2000-2003 Utah State University, Assistant Head Coach/Linebackers 2004-08 Rocky Mountain College, Head Coach 2009-Pres. Northern Arizona University, Safeties/Special Teams Coordinator

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Offensive Line Coach/Running Game Coordinator

Eric Reid

Seventh Season • Oregon ‘96 Eric Reid begins his seventh season as the offensive line coach while serving as the running game coordinator for the program that has molded a unit that has performed among the best in the league. The Lumberjacks have had a 1,000-yard rusher in each of the last four seasons. Overall, he has developed 24 all-conference players to 33 honors and three All-Americans during his career. Reid continues to help prepare his players for the next level, as Trey Gilleo, an offensive lineman at Northern Arizona from 2009-12, signed a free agent contract with the New York Jets in 2013. The offensive line continues to move in a positive direction as the Lumberjack offense finished tied for 27th in the nation in 2012 amongst Football Championship Subdivision schools. Offensive lineman Roy Garcia was named honorable mention Big Sky after starting all 11 games for NAU. Zach Bauman finished the season with 1,182 rushing yards en route to All-American honors. In 2011, the Lumberjack offense ranked 14th in the FCS producing the Big Sky’s top rusher and pass efficiency leader. Bauman ranked fourth in the country in rushing with over 1,400 yards with seven games over 100 yards on the season. Senior Alex Mott moved to center in 2011 and the leadership role on the line, earning All-Big Sky second team honors under Reid’s mentorship. Senior Dwight Boyd and sophomore Kyle Walker both took honorable mention accolades. Senior Kris Poindexter led Reid’s offensive line in 2010, earning selection to the Sports Network All-America third team

and All-Big Sky first team. Joining Poindexter on the Big Sky team were honorable mention selections Trey Gilleo and Alex Mott, who both return in 2011. The Lumberjacks rushed for more than 1,500 yards with the duo of Bauman and Giovannie Dixon. Bauman was among the top freshmen in the country in rushing yards per game, one of four freshmen in Division I to average more than 94 yards. He became the second freshman in school history to reach 1,000 yards in a season and surpassed Alex Henderson’s freshman record of 1,014 yards set in 2006. The 2009 Lumberjack offense flourished behind his line group with a breakout season. Overall, NAU ranked fifth in the country in passing offense (308.6) and total offense (439.5) and ninth in passing efficiency (147.8), helping nine players garner all-conference accolades. Running back Alex Henderson eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark while scoring 12 times en route to All-Big Sky first-team honors. In 2007, NAU led the league in rushing by more than 50 yards per game, producing a rushing attack that was one of the most productive units in the Big Sky Conference, ranking 13th in the nation overall. NAU had three players who ranked among the top 100 rushers in the FCS, the only school to accomplish the feat. Both Alex Henderson (82.5 yards per game) and Lionel Scott (74.7) earned All-Big Sky honors. Tackles Nick Posey and Ryne Holstrom, guard Tim Reader and center Jon Toailoa all earned All-Big Sky Honorable Mention honors. The Lumberjacks started the season by losing two

The Reid File Born: Oct. 4, 1972 College: University of Oregon, 1996 Playing Experience: University of Oregon, 1991-95 Family: Wife, Dyanne; Daughters, Allyson and Elizabeth Recruiting Areas: North Arizona HS (AZ) – Orange County HS (CA) - Oregon HS (OR) Reid’s Coaching Chronology 1996 San Diego Mesa Junior College 1997 San Diego’s Bishop High School 1998-99 University of Oregon, Graduate Assistant 2000-01 Eastern Washington University, Offensive Line 2002-06 Portland State University, Offensive Line 2007 Northern Arizona University, Offensive Line 2008-Pres. Northern Arizona University, Running Game Coordinator/Offensive Line

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2013 Northern Arizona Football returning starters on the line during the preseason. In 2008, three players earned honorable mention All-Big Sky accolades while helping the offense rank 23rd in the nation in total offense. The line helped produce the Big Sky Newcomer of the Year in running back Deonte Williams, who rushed for 950 yards while scoring 12 times. He ranked second among freshmen in FCS in rushing yards per game (86.4) and fifth in Division I overall among freshmen. His 12 touchdowns ranks tied for third on school single-season charts and were the most by a running back since 2000. NAU gained 772 yards of total offense against the New Mexico Highlands, shattering the school record set in 1989 against Nevada of 674. It was the highest single-game total in the FCS and second overall in all Division I last season. Reid joined the NAU staff after developing a reputation as one of the top line coaches in the league while serving in previous positions at Portland State and Eastern Washington. Reid coached some of the most talented offensive lines in the Big Sky Conference prior to coming to Flagstaff. In 2004 and 2005, the Vikings led the Big Sky Conference in rushing yards and fewest sacks allowed, totaling an average of 200 yards per game on the ground and just 20 sacks over 22 games. The Big Sky postseason award ledger confirmed Reid’s influence at Portland State. In his five seasons, nine Vikings earned All-Big Sky honors a total of 13 times, highlighted by Brennan Carvalho, who was a first-team All-America selection by The Walter Camp Foundation and the Associated Press in 2006. Reid, who was hired at PSU in 2002, had to build his line over the course of a few seasons. His first two years on the job, the Vikings’ were beset with a multitude of injuries. In fact, in the only game in 2003 that PSU’s preseason projected starting lineup was able to go as a unit - against Division I-A Fresno State - the Vikings ran for a season-high 257 yards, and gained 486 overall. It was a testament to the Vikings’ talent and Reid’s coaching ability. Reid was hired as the Vikings’ offensive line coach in January of 2002. He joined the Vikings after spending the previous two seasons as offensive line coach at Eastern Washington University. At Eastern Washington, Reid’s 2001 offensive line had three first-team All-Big Sky performers and one All-American, Chris Polinder. Reid is a 1996 graduate of the University of Oregon with a degree in sociology. A starter at offensive guard, Reid played for the Ducks from 1991 to 1995, starting in the 1995 Rose Bowl and 1996 Cotton Bowl. A native of Poway, Calif., Reid returned to his home state following graduation. He coached the offensive line at San Diego Mesa Junior College and at San Diego’s Bishop High School for one year each. Reid went back to Oregon to be a graduate assistant coach on the offensive line in both 1998 and 1999. Reid, 39, and his wife Dyanne, have twin daughters, Allyson and Elizabeth.

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All-Americans

(3 Student-Athletes, 3 Honors) Brennan Carvalho, PSU (2006, 1st) Chris Polinder, EWU (2001, 1st) Kris Poindexter, NAU (2010, 3rd)

All-Big Sky Selections

(11 Student-Athletes, 15 Honors) Brennan Carvalho, PSU (2006, 1st; 2005, 1st) Derrick Duff, PSU (2006, HM; 2005, HM) Luke Fritz, EWU (2000, 1st) Darren Heerspink, PSU (2006, 2nd) Micah Jackson-Sattler, PSU (2004, 2nd) Devan Kelley, PSU (2002, 1st) Antonio Narcisse, PSU (2005, HM; 2004, 1st) Asim Poston, ESU (2001, 1st) Peter St. John, PSU (2005, 2nd; 2004, 2nd) Mike Stachowiak, PSU (2004, 2nd) David Sherrod, EWU (2001, 1st)

NAU All-Big Sky Selections (13 Student-Athletes, 18 Honors)

Dwight Boyd (2011, HM) Roy Garcia (2012, HM) Trey Gilleo (2010, HM; 2012, HM) Trevor Heekin (2008, HM) Jeff Hines (2009, HM) Ryne Holstrom (2007, HM; 2009, 2nd) Kevin Meagher (2008, HM) Alex Mott (2010, HM; 2011, 2nd) Kris Poindexter (2008, HM, 2009, HM, 2010, 1st) Nick Posey (2007, HM) Tim Reader (2007, HM) Jon Toailoa (2007, NAU) Kyle Walker (2011, HM)


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Running Backs Coach

Jimmy Beal

Fourth Season • Montana State ‘07 Jimmy Beal enters his fourth season on the Northern Arizona University football staff as the running backs coach after joining the staff in the fall of 2010. Beal has developed Walter Payton Award candidate running back Zach Bauman into one of the top rushers in the nation. Bauman is the first NAU running back to rush for 1,000 yards in each of his first-three seasons after setting the freshman rushing mark in 2010. Bauman enters his senior season with the Lumberjacks with only 119 rushing yards needed to break the school record. The All-American running back ran for 1,182 yards in his junior season to finish 17th overall in the race for the Walter Payton Award. Bauman led the Big Sky Conference in rushing as a sophomore, ranking fourth overall in the FCS in yards per game. He was named an All-American second team selection by Beyond College Sports Network and All-Big Sky first-team honors. Beal tutored Bauman into one of the top freshmen in the country in rushing yards per game in his first season in Flagstaff. He was one of four freshmen in Division I to average more than 94 yards per game, ranked 25th overall in the FCS in rushing per game and was the top freshman in the FCS. Bauman, who was an All-Big Sky second-team selection, became the second freshman in school history to reach 1,000 yards in a season and surpassed Alex Henderson’s freshman record of 1,014 yards set in 2006. He recorded the 14th 1,000-yard season by a running back in school history.

Beal joined the program from the University of Redlands, where he worked with the defensive backs in the spring of 2010. Prior to Redlands, he was a graduate assistant at Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas in 2009 and worked as the running backs coach at Rocky Mountain College in Billings under current NAU assistant David Reeves in 2008. Beal began his football coaching career at Rocky Mountain coaching the receivers from 2005-07. He also coached the sprints at Montana State-Billings from 2006-09. Beal played collegiately at Montana State from 2002-04 before joining Reeves’ team at Rocky Mountain College. He was named the most valuable player and most valuable running back in 2006. The Los Angeles, Calif., native also worked for Yellowstone Youth Services in Billings from 2005-08 and Skyhawks Sports Camps from 2006-07, as well as a coach at the YMCA in Billings from 2005-06. He graduated from Montana State with a degree in art education and minor in coaching in 2006. He received his master’s degree in sport management from Montana State-Billings in 2009.

The Beal File Born: Oct. 22, 1984 College: Montana State University-Bozeman, 2007; Montana State University-Billings, 2009 Playing Experience: Montana State 2002-4, Rocky Mountain College, 2005-06 Recruiting Areas: West Valley HS (AZ), Inland Empire (CA), Washington HS (WA) Beal’s Coaching Chronology 2005-07 Rocky Mountain College, Wide Receivers 2008 Rocky Mountain College, Running Backs 2009 Texas State University, Graduate Assistant 2010 University of Redland, Defensive Backs 2010-Pres. Northern Arizona University, Running Backs

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2013 Northern Arizona Football Graduate Assistant/Offense

Director of Operations

Kyle Jacobo

Matt Howdeshell

Kyle Jacobo enters his first season a graduate assistant with the Northern Arizona football program. Jacobo will work primarily with the offensive coaching staff. Prior to becoming a graduate assistant, Jacobo spent the 2012 season as a student assistant with the Lumberjacks where he assisted the director of football operations in the day-to-day operations of the football program. He also assisted the coordinators with game preparation, practice plans and quality control of the film breakdowns. He also assisted the recruiting coordinator in the areas of data entry and mail processing. Jacobo joins the NAU program after serving as the tight ends coach and assistant film coordinator at the University of Mary in Bismarck, N.D., under Head Coach Myron Shulz. Prior to that, he served as the wide receivers coach and passing game coordinator at Red Mountain High School in Phoenix from 2010-11. He coached the school’s all-time leading receiver, E.J. Cordova, and Coleton Thornton, an All-Fiesta Region second-team selection. He started his football coaching career at the University of Wyoming as a student assistant working with the wide receivers. He played collegiately at Wyoming as a wide receiver under Joe Glenn from 2004-08. He earned a degree in social science with a minor in Chicano Studies from Wyoming. He is currently working on his master’s in educational leadership at NAU.

Graduate Assistant/Defense

Grant O’Brien Grant O’Brien enters his first season a graduate assistant with the Northern Arizona football program. O’Brien will work primarily with the defensive coaching staff. While with the Lumberjacks, O’Brien will help with the coaching and development of the defensive backs. He will assist with the scouting and breakdown of opponents, as well as develop daily practice schedules. Prior to becoming a graduate assistant, O’Brien spent the 2012 season as a student assistant with the Lumberjacks where he assisted with the development of the defensive backs. He also assisted with the scout offense and special teams. O’Brien graduated from Northern Arizona in 2012 with a degree in secondary education. He is currently working on his master’s in educational leadership. O’Brien played football for the Lumberjacks from 2010-12, as a safety and on special teams. While with NAU, O’Brien earned the Golden Eagle Award for academic excellence. Prior to NAU, O’Brien spent two years at Glendale Community College, where he won two Valley of the Sun Bowls.

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Matt Howdeshell is in his third season as the director of football operations after joining the program in June 2011. He directs the internal and external administration of the daily football operations, while overseeing the program’s budget and coordinating and planning all phases of team travel. His job duties also include serving as a liaison for the football program to all support groups, the athletic administration and various groups across campus. He also produces the NAU Football social media pages and the NAU Football blog, providing content, photos, and video for the popular website. Prior to his current position, he had served as the video coordinator for the athletic department in the spring of 2011. While serving as the video coordinator at NAU he was responsible for coordinating filming and editing of football practices while also overseeing the filming of home games for NAU’s other intercollegiate athletic teams. In addition, he upgraded the video hardware to the current industry standards including high-definition cameras with digital capturing. Prior to NAU, he was the video coordinator and assistant to the director of football operations at Missouri State University. While serving as the video coordinator at Missouri State he was responsible for ensuring the video needs of the football program were met including handling the day to day operations of the video staff, hiring and training student workers, organizing and maintaining the video server, entering self and opponent scout information, and providing 24-hour computer technical support to the coaching staff. While serving as the assistant to the director of football operations at Missouri State he was responsible for assisting the coach with operations duties in budgeting, and team travel. He started as a student assistant with the Missouri State program in 2006. He is a member of the American Football Coaches Association and serves as the Big Sky Conference representative for the Director of Football Operations Committee. He earned a master’s degree from Northern Arizona in educational leadership in 2013.


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RUNNING BACK

Player Bios

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BAuman Senior 200 • 5-10 Chandler, Ariz.

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Career Notes: Ranks second in school history with 3,676 career rushing yards in 33 games, trailing Marcus King by 118 yards…Ranks third among active players in the FCS in career rushing yards and third among seniors…Became the first running back in school history to rush for 1,000 yards in each of his first-three seasons after setting the freshman rushing mark in 2010…Has 18 career 100-yard games in career and three games of 200 or more yards, including 246 at Sacramento State and 219 against Idaho State in 2011, and 253 at Montana in 2012…Ranks first in career carries with 733 2012: Started all 11 games…Walter Payton Award Finalist (17th)…College Sports Madness Second-Team All-America…Beyond Sports Network Honorable Mention All-America…All-Big Sky First Team…College Sports Journal Preseason All-America, Second Team…College Sporting News FCS 2012 Preseason All-America, Third Team…College Sports Madness Preseason All-America, Third Team…Phil Steele’s All-Big Sky Preseason, First Team…College Sports Madness Preseason All-Big Sky, First Team…CFPA Running Back Watch List… Named offensive most valuable player at team banquet…Rushed for 1,182 yards on the season for his third notch on the top 15 single season charts and the 20th-best performance in the FCS…Rushed for eight touchdowns and caught one…Recorded five 100-yard rushing games on the season, including three straight…Set a new career single game rushing record of 253 yards, and added three touchdowns in the 41-31 upset win over No. 14 Montana (Sept. 22)…The performance earned him ROOT SPORTS Offensive Player of the Week, National Running Back of the Week by the College Football Performance Awards website and Big Sky Player of the Week by the College Sports Madness website…had a five-game scoring streak from Sept. 8 to Oct. 13.

son, setting the school freshman rushing mark and recording the 14th 1,000-yard season in school history (11th-best single-season total)…Scored 16 touchdowns on the season to lead the Big Sky….Fourteen rushing touchdowns are the second-best single season total in school history…Among the top freshmen in the country in rushing yards per game, listing third among five freshmen in Division I to average more than 90 yards per game…Overall, he ranked 25th overall in the Football Championship Subdivision in rushing per game, second among FCS freshman and fifth in the Big Sky Conference in rushing yards per game (96.3 per game)…Had six games with 100 or more yards rushing…Had 167 yards and four touchdowns in his collegiate debut against Western New Mexico. It was the most yards by a freshman under Jerome Souers in a debut and most by a freshman at NAU since Deonte Williams rushed for 194 yards against Idaho State in 2008… Earned a pair of national awards for his performance in the season opener against Western New Mexico, garnering The Sports Network/Fathead.com FCS National Freshman of the Week and Division I FCS Performer of the Week by the College Football Performance Awards…Recorded a 152 yards with two touchdowns in season finale against Portland State…Season-best 82-yard rush from scrimmage for a touchdown against the Vikings was the fourth-best in school history. High School: A 2010 graduate of Hamilton High School…Played for Coach Steve Belles…Two-time all-region selection and second team all-state…Two-year letter winner and starter…Helped team to back-to-back state championships…Set school single season record for touchdowns and scoring…Also lettered in basketball and track. Personal: Zachary Jordan Bauman on July 24, 1992 in Chandler, Ariz…Son of Ricardo and Lisa Bauman…Has one sister, Alexis…Cousin, Rashad Bauman, played at Oregon and for the Washington Redskins (2002-03) and Cincinnati Bengals (2004-05)…Also was an assistant coach at Oregon…Cousin Greg Pruitt played in the NFL from 1973-84, playing in four Pro Bowls…He was a member of the Redskins Super Bowl XVIII winning team and was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame in 1999.

2011: Started all 11 games…Beyond Sports College Network All-America Second Team choice…All-Big Sky First Team selection…Rushed for 1,435 yards on the season, the third-best total in school history, with 15 touchdowns, the second-best single-season total in school history…Ranked fourth in Football Championship Subdivision in rushing at 130.5 per game and eighth in all-purpose yards per game at 162.5…Posted seven 100-yard rushing games on the season, including five consecutive to end the season and seven of the last eight…Improved career high twice in 2011 with 219 yards with a touchdown on 32 carries against Idaho State, followed by 246 yards against Sacramento State…Performances ranks 11th and 15th in school history…Was named the National Running Back of the Week by the College Football Performance Awards and the Beyond Sports College Network… Tallied 250 all-purpose yards against Northern Colorado...Rushed for 124 yards on 28 carries, scoring the first two touchdowns of the game…Added 126 yards receiving on five receptions including a 44-yard touchdown catch from receiver Khalil Paden…Named Big Sky Conference Offensive Player of the Week…Became the first Big Sky player since Weber State’s Trevyn Smith to record 100 yard rushing and receiving in the same game…Believed to be the second player in NAU history to accomplish the feat, joining David Lang in 1989, who rushed for 189 and had five catches for 112 yards against Nevada on Nov. 18, 1989. 2010: Named offensive most valuable player and newcomer of the year at team banquet…All-Big Sky second team selection…Rushed for 1,059 yards on the sea-

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Bauman’s 100-Yard Games (18) 253, at Montana, 2012 246 at Sacramento State, 2011 219 vs. Idaho State, 2011 176, at North Dakota, 2012 167 vs. Western New Mexico, 2010 157 vs. Southern Utah, 2011 152 vs. Portland State, 2010 148 vs. Montana, 2011 136, vs. Fort Lewis, 2012 127 at Montana, 2010 126 at Weber State, 2011 124 vs. Northern Colorado, 2011 117, vs. UC Davis, 2012 112 at Idaho State, 2010 109 at Southern Utah, 2010 109 Eastern Washington, 2011 105 at Northern Colorado, 2010 103 at UNLV, 2012

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There have only been eight players in FCS history to rush for 1,000 yards four times: Jerry Azumah, New Hampshite, 1995-98; Adrian Peterson, Ga. Southern, 1998-01; Alonzo Coleman, Hampton, 2003-06; Don Chapman, UT Martin, 2004-07; Scott Phadydavong, Drake, 2004-07; Jordan Scott, Colgate, 2005-08; Trevyn Smith, Weber State, 2006-09; Chris Evans, Samford, 2007-10.

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IN THE RECORD BOOKS SEASON RUSHING YARDS 1. 2,079 - Archie Amerson, 1996 2. 1,474 - Marcus King, 2000 3. 1,435 - Zach Bauman, 2011 4. 1,366 - Allan Clark, 1978 5. 1,287 - Marcus King, 2001 6. 1,252 - Jim Smith, 1973 7. 1,182 - Zach Bauman, 2012 8. 1,166 - Alex Henderson, 2009 9. 1,117 - Archie Amerson, 1995 10. 1,108 - Roger Robinson, 2003* 11. 1,099 - Kino Carson, 1997 12. 1,085 - Lavon Worley, 1988 13. 1,084 - Willard Reaves, 1979 14. 1,059 - Zach Bauman, 2010 15. 1,051 - Ronney Jenkins, 1999 CARRIES 1. 333 - Archie Amerson, 1996 2. 276 - Roger Robinson, 2003* 3. 271 - Zach Bauman, 2011 4. 269 - Marcus King, 2000 5. 253 - Alex Henderson, 2009 6. 243 - Jim Smith, 1973 7. 237 - Zach Bauman, 2010 8. 231 - Lavon Worley, 1988 9. 229 - Kino Carson, 1997 10. 225 - Zach Bauman, 2012 RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 1. 25 - Archie Amerson, 1996 2. 15 - Zach Bauman, 2011 3. 14 - Zach Bauman, 2010 4. 13 - Marcus King, 2000 5. 12 - Alex Henderson, 2009 12 - Deonte Williams, 2008 12 - Archie Amerson, 1995 8. 11 - Jim Smith, 1973 11 - Willard Reaves, 1979 10. 10 - Brian Bingham, 2001 10 - Carl Golden, 1977 CAREER RUSHING YARDS 1. 3,794 - Marcus King, 1998-01 2. 3,676 - Zach Bauman, 2010-Pres. 3. 3,462 - Alex Henderson, 2006-09 4. 3,196 - Archie Amerson, 1995-96 5. 2,723 - Allan Clark, 1975-78 CAREER CARRIES 1 733 - Zach Bauman, 2010-Pres. 2 720 - Marcus King, 1998-01 3. 667 - Alex Henderson, 2006-09 4. 526 - Archie Amerson, 1995-96 5. 520 - Allan Clark, 1975-78 CAREER POINTS SCORED 1. 307 - Robbie Dehaze, 2005-08 2. 246- Zach Bauman, 2010-Pres. 3. 243 - Matt Myers, 2008-11 4. 242 - Micky Penaflor, 1987-89 5. 228 - Archie Amerson, 1995-96 CAREER ALL-PURPOSE YARDS 1. 5,925 - Pete Mandley, 1979-83 2. 5,088 - Marcus King, 1998-01 3. 4,552- Zach Bauman, 2010-Pres. 4. 4,444 - Alex Henderson, 2006-09 5. 4,062 - Archie Amerson, 1995-96

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Lumberjacks ANDERS

BATTLE

lucky SAFETY

cornerback

Player Bios

Senior 185 • 6-0 Phoenix, Ariz.

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2012: Earned All-Big Sky First Team honors…Named the team’s Defensive Playmaker of the Year...Earned College Sports Madness Preseason All-Big Sky Second Team accolades…Started all 11 games…Led the team in tackles with 64…Tallied a career-high 14 tackles versus UC Davis…Registered six or more tackles in a game six times…Logged one sack for nine yards at UNLV…Had a 26-yard interception versus Idaho State…Was credited with six pass breakups…Had a forced fumble versus UC Davis. 2011: Named Defensive Most Improved Player…All-Big Sky Honorable Mention… Saw action in 10 games with five starts…Ranked fifth on the team in tackles with 35…Recorded three pass deflections and two forced fumbles…Had a season-high eight tackles at Sacramento State…Recorded first career interception at Sacramento State, returning it 60 yards for a touchdown…Recorded 29 tackles over last five games (all starts). 2010: Saw action in nine games…had one tackle on the season. High School: A 2010 graduate of Desert Vista High School…Played for Dan Hinds…Selected to 5A all-state second team…Named offensive most valuable player after senior year…Helped team to state runner-up finishes in 2008…Placed second in the state long jump and fifth in the 100 meters…Part of 4x100team that ran ninth fastest time in the nation in 2007-08 at 41.31

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Senior 185 • 5-10 Sacramento, Calif.

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2012: Named College Sports Madness Third Team All-America…Earned All-Big Sky First Team honors…Named the team’s Defensive Player of the Year…Started all 11 games…Ranked fourth on the team in tackles with 57 and tied for the Big Sky Conference lead with four interceptions…Finished fourth on the team in tackles with 57…Registered five or more tackles in five games…Had a season-high 13 tackles versus Cal Poly…Tacked on five pass deflections for the third-best total on the team…Had six punt returns for a total of 42 yards…Recovered one fumble versus UC Davis. Prior to NAU: Two-year starter and one-time captain for Bret Pollack…Recorded over 100 tackles with 12 forced fumbles, two interceptions and four sacks…Redshirted freshman season at Grambling State University where he played for Coach Broadway. High School: A 2009 graduate of Luther Burbank High School…Played for John Heffernan…Played in the Holiday Classic All-Star game…Led team to second round of the playoffs in basketball. Personal: Born Lucky Conrad Dozier on Jan. 9, 1991 in Sacramento, Calif…Son of Spencer Walker and Diane Burton…Has five sisters, Ardean Walker, Chevonne Dozier, Lakenya Lewis, Dyeshaia Richardson and Yolanda Burton, and five brothers, Kevin Walker, Mike Dozier, Antwan Burton, Gary Burton and Travis Walker.

Personal: Born Anders Bearuell Battle Feb. 15, 1992 in Phoenix, Ariz…Son of Anna and Greg Battle…Has three brothers, Avory, Allante and Adonis…Mother, Anna, ran track at Arizona State, as did brothers Avery and Allante…Father, Greg, played at ASU and professionally for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers from 1987-1993 and from 1997-1998…He won two CFL Outstanding Defensive player awards in his career, 1990 and 1991, and helped the Blue Bombers to two Grey Cup victories in 1988 and 1990…He finished his career third in the CFL for career tackles with 766 and was elected to the CFL Hall of Fame in 2007.

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2013 Northern Arizona Football Player Bios

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wide receiver

tight end

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Junior 243 • 6-3 Gilbert, Ariz.

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2012: Named All-Big Sky Honorable Mention…Earned the team’s Offensive Sophomore of the Year Award…Started six games, appeared in 10…Scored a total of 18 points on the season…Had a total of 272 receiving yards with a season-long 35yard catch at Arizona State…Scored touchdowns versus North Dakota, Southern Utah and Montana…Had a season-high eight receptions versus Cal Poly. 2011: Saw action in all 11 games…Had eight catches for 145 yards…Had a season-high three catches for 49 yards against Southern Utah in season finale…Added two games with two receptions (Northern Colorado/Eastern Washington)… High School: A 2011 graduate of Mesquite High School…A four-year starter for Mike Rardon…Arizona Republic All-Arizona selection…Central Region Player of the Year and Arizona Republic 5A all-state first-team choice…Had 40 catches for 724 yards…Three-time all-region selection…Selected for the Arizona vs. California All-State game. Personal: Born Randall Raymond Rickert on June 16, 1993 in Aurora,Ill.…Son of Randy and Judy Rickert…Has three sisters, Jackie, Erika and Jodie.

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umodu Senior 215 • 6-3 Covina, Calif.

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2012: Named All-Big Sky Honorable Mention…Earned the team’s Offensive Playmaker of the Year Award…Started six games, appeared in nine…Registered 481 receiving yards for the second-best total on the team…Finished tied for third on the team in scoring with six touchdowns for a total of 36 points…Had 35 catches for an average of 53.4 yards per game…Scored a pair of touchdowns versus Southern Utah and Fort Lewis…Had a season-high nine receptions against North Dakota. 2011: Saw action in all 11 games…Ranked second on the team in receptions (50, yards (667) and touchdowns (4)…Had seven or more catches in four games… Grabbed seven balls for a career-high 149 yards and two touchdowns against Fort Lewis…Also had seven catches for 110 yards at Portland State…Had a career-high eight catches against Eastern Washington…Also had touchdowns against Northern Colorado and Southern Utah. 2010: Saw action in six games…Had four catches for 43 yards…Basketball (201011): Saw action in five games off the bench…High School: A 2010 graduate of South Hills…Played for Steve Bogan…Three-year letter winner and starter… Named All-CIF amd all-league first team…Selected as the offensive player of the year…Led team to league championship all four year…Also a three-year letter winner in basketball. Personal: Born Emughedi Emughedi Umodu July 22, 1992 in Los Angeles, Calif… Son of Vicky and Daniel Umodu…Brother, Tobi, played football at UCLA, while brother, Kebin, played at Air Force…Sister, Diseph ran track at UC-Riverside…Also considered UCLA, Villanova and San Jose State.

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punter/kicker

Player Bios

ANDy

wilder Senior 205 • 6-3 Scottsdale, Ariz.

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2012: Earned Sports Network First Team All-America honors…Named College Sports Madness First Team All-America…Selected to the Walter Camp All-America First Team…Voted to the AP All-America Second Team…Earned the team’s Special Teams Player of the Year Award…Named All-Big Sky Second Team as a punter and All-Big Sky Honorable Mention as a kicker…Appeared in all 11 games… Led the nation in punting with a 46.3 yards per punt average with 25 punts of 50 or more yards…Had a total of 61 punts for 2,826…Recorded a season-long punt of 71 yards versus Southern Utah…Made 38-of-39 PATs…Led the team in scoring with 68 points…Connected on 10-of-14 field goal attempts…Scored 12 points at Idaho State…Made two field goals twice in a game versus Idaho State, Fort Lewis and Montana…Had a season-long field goal of 38 yards versus Portland State…Punted 10 times for a total of 462 yards versus UC Davis. 2011: Saw action in two games…Had three kickoffs with one touchback. 2010: Saw action in four games…Had four punts for 37.5 yards per kick average and four kickoffs with one touchback. 2009: Redshirted High School: A 2009 graduate of Notre Dame Prep…Four-year letter winner for Coach Scot Bemis…Earned all-state honors at punter with a 41.3 yard per punt average…Named all-region at punter, wide receiver and free safety...Helped team to back-to-back state championships…Caught 44 passes for 861 yards and 11 TDs as a junior and made 45 tackles with two interceptions at safety…Also earned all-region honors in baseball, helping team to state runner-up finishes twice…Set records for receptions (11), points (31), yards (241) and touchdowns (4) in state title game…Also considered Glendale Community College.

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wilkinson Senior 290 • 5-11 Las Vegas, Nev.

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2012: Named All-Big Sky Second Team…Earned the Stevon Thomas Award for the Defensive Most Inspirational Player of the Year…Started and appeared in 10 games…Ranked eighth in the league in sacks…Finished the season with 37 tackles…Tallied a season-high nine tackles versus UC Davis…Was credited with 2.5 sacks at Idaho State…Recorded 6.5 sacks for a total of 26 yards. 2011: Named All-Big Sky Honorable Mention…Selected the Outstanding Sophomore of the Year on defense at team banquet…Saw action in 10 games…Recorded 30 tackles on the team with a team-best 6.0 tackles for loss…Had a career-high seven tackles against Montana. 2010: Saw action in all 11 games…Named outstanding freshman at team banquet…Recorded 16 tackles with three tackles for loss (two sacks)…Had one fumble recovery…Had a single-game high four tackles at Montana…High School: A 2010 graduate of Bishop Gorman High School…Played for Tony Sanchez…Three-year letter winner and starter…Earned all-state and all-league honors…Helped team to division, conference and state titles (2007, 2009) during his career…Recorded 67 tackles and 8.5 sacks, helping Gorman go undefeated and win the state title in 2009…One of nine players from school to earn Division I scholarship…Named team defensive most valuable player. Personal: Born Timothy Wayne Wilkinson II August 26, 1992 in Las Vegas, Nev… Son of Tim and Gail Wilkinson…Brother, DeAngelo, plays football at Colorado State…Cousin, Raphel Finley, plays football at the College of the Desert…Enjoys bowling, basketball and playing video games.

Personal: Born Andrew Willard Wilder July 5, 1990 in Scottsdale, Ariz…Son of Lucy Wilder…Has three sisters, Lara, Kate and Julie.

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arledge RS-Freshman 245 • 6-4 Lavene, Ariz.

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2012:Appeared in two games and made one start.

High School: A 2012 graduate of Betty H. Fairfax…Three-year letter winner and starter for Coach Kevin Belcher…Named first-team all-section in 2011 and all-region in 2010…Had 42 tackles with six sacks, two forced fumbles, one fumble High School: A 2011 graduate of Centennial High School…Three-year starter and recovery and one interception as a junior…Helped team to region title and led team captain for Richard Taylor…Played at center and defensive line…Helped basketball team to 5A D2 state championship. team to three region championships (2008-10)…2008 state champions in the 4A-II division…Also competed in basketball and track which brought academic honors Personal: Born Anthony Gabriel Arledge Sept. 9, 1993… Son of Mary and Kenneth Sampson…Has three brothers, Taylor, Bailey and Aiden. in both sports

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Personal: Born Jake Alexander Abbott August 12, 1992 in Phoenix…Son of Kit and Julie Abbott…Father played football at Arizona (1986-87) and grandfather ran track at NAU (1961-64)…Has one brother, Tate, and one sister, Kaylee…Also considered Air Force and San Jose State.

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alford Sophomore 160 • 5-10 Oxnard, Calif.

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BAchelier Junior 182 • 5-9 Rio Rico, Ariz.

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High School: A 2010 graduate of Nogales High School…Played for Vince Villanucci…Four-year starter and two-year letter winner…Earned all-conference second-team honors at linebacker.

High School: A 2011 graduate of Rio Mesa High School…Four-year letter winner for Coach Bob Gregorchuck…Had 18 touchdowns and 1,500 all-purpose yards… Named All-C.I.F., all-county and all-league…Team most valuable player in 2010… Selected one of top defensive backs in California by Scout.com…ESPN Rise Pre-Season first-team all-region choice…Invited to the NVC All-American game… Helped team to the league championship…Also ran track, earning four letters… Part of the 4x100 relay team that posted the second-fastest time in the United States. Personal: Born Marcus S. Alford on August 24, 1983 in Mobile, Ala….Son of Tracie Alford…Has one brother, Soloman…Played with teammate Jamaal Perkins… Cousin, Mike McNeill, plays football at Auburn, while another cousin, Pat McNeil, plays at Middle Tennessee.

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Personal: Born Andrew Paul Bachelier on April 18, 1992 in Colorado Springs, 2012: Appeared in seven games…Tallied three tackles on the season…Had two Colo… Son of Marcel and Christy Bachelier…Has two brothers, Aaron and Ben… Both his father and grandfather played baseball at Arizona. ..Brother, Ben, played tackles at Idaho State…Had a 19-yard kick return at Arizona State. football at NAU...Had three uncles that played football for Washington State University. 2011: Redshirted

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Junior 178 • 5-10 San Diego, Calif.

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Personal: Born Blake Alexander Bailey June 28, 2010 in Rota, Spain…Son of Gerald and Allison Bailey…Has one brother, Tyler…Also considered San Diego State, UCLA and Montana in the recruiting process…Enjoys skin boarding and paint balling.

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Brantley Senior 195 • 6-0 Gilbert, Ariz.

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2011: Saw action in all 11 games with eight starts…Ranked third on the team with High School: A 2011 graduate of San Luis Obispo High School…Played for Coach 43 tackles with 3.5 tackles for loss…Recorded season-high eight tackles against David Kelley…A two-year starter…Offensive captain…Named All-CIF, all-county Southern Utah. and all-league…Also a two-year starter for the men’s volleyball team…Helped team to two Pac 7 championships, earning All-CIF honors both years. 2010: Redshirted Personal: Born Nickolas Peter Butier on Feb. 2, 1993 in Walnut Creek, Calif….Son High School: A 2010 graduate of Serra High School…Three-year starter and two- of Trisha Butier…Has two sisters, Alex and Lindsey…Enjoys playing volleyball in his year captain for Coach Bastyens…Three-time All-Western League selection… spare time. Named defensive and special teams player of the year…Recorded 69 tackles and five interceptions as a senior…Had 220 tackles and nine interceptions in career… Played in the Alex Spanos North vs. South All-Star game…Also participated in track and basketball...Earned All-CIF honors.

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cartwright Junior 210 • 6-3 Chandler, Ariz.

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2012: Appeared in three games with two starts, before being sidelined with an injury...Led the Lumberjacks to a 17-14 victory at UNLV...It was the first NAU win over an FBS team since 1987. 2011: Saw action in three games…Completed 9-of-13 for 130 yards…Went 7-for10 for 95 yards in first career action against Fort Lewis…Went 2-for-3 for 35 yards against Northern Colorado.

2010: Redshirted 2012: Started four games and appeared in nine…Caught nine passes for a total of 98 yards…Had a season-high three receptions at Northern Colorado…Caught a High School: A 2010 graduate of Corona Del Sol…Played for Gary Venturo… 35-yard touchdown pass versus Cal Poly. Three-year letter winner and starter…Two-year captain…Two-time all-region selection…Threw for 4,200 yards and 35 touchdowns…Set school record for career Prior to NAU: Two-year letter winner and starter for Coach Doug Madowski at touchdowns…Passed for 1,600 yards as a senior, the third-best single-season total Scottsdale CC…Had 44 catches for 740 yards and seven touchdowns in 2011, in school history…Selected to the North Team for the AZFCA All-Star Game…Comearning first-team all-conference and all-region honors…Had 37 catches for 765 peted in track for three seasons…Also considered Arizona, Arizona State, Boise yards and eight touchdowns as a freshman. State, Idaho, Louisville, North Carolina State and Utah.

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Sophomore 240 • 6-1 San Luis Obispo, Calif.

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High School: A 2010 graduate of Gilbert High School…Four-year starter and cap- Personal: Born Chase Mallory Cartwright August 6, 1992 in Phoenix, Ariz… Son of tain…Recorded 1,222 yards with 15 touchdowns on 69 receptions as a senior… Stacy and Scott Cartwright…Has two sisters, Christa and Elizabeth, and one brothEarned first-team all-state and all-region honors. er, Chad…Enjoys playing golf…Father played baseball at Washburn…Uncle, Steve Mallury, played football at Kansas. Personal: Born Jesse Isiah Brantley in Seattle, Wash., on Nov 1, 1991…Son of Pamela Brantley…Has a daughter, Jessalynn...Has one sister, Brittany, and one brother, Marcus.

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castaneda Sophomore 235 • 6-1 San Diego, Calif.

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2012: Appeared in five games…Caught two passes for a total of nine yards…Made High School: A graduate of Point Loma High School…Four-year starter and twoone tackle versus Southern Utah and Cal Poly. time captain for Mike Hastings.

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Personal: Born Louis Reid Collins July 24, 1993 in Los Angeles, Calif…Son of Cheryl Reid…Cousin Donald Jones plays for the Buffalo Bills.

Senior 195 • 6-3 Concord, Calif.

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deboskie Senior 180 • 6-0 Chandler, Ariz.

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2012: Started six games, appeared in 11…Caught 25 passes for a total of 349 yards…Averaged 31.7 yards per game…Scored a total of 18 points on the season…Recorded touchdowns against North Dakota, UC Davis and Arizona State… Had a season-high six receptions versus Idaho State…Registered his first 100- 2012: Appeared in all 11 games…Had a total of 11 kick returns on the season… yard receiving game at UNLV, where he finished with 101 yards…Had a sea- Had a season-long kick return of 27 yards at Northern Colorado to finish with 63 son-long 56-yard kick return against Eastern Washington. total yards.

High School: A 2009 graduate of Clayton Valley High School…An ESPN Rise California All-State Selection (Defense - DB)...Played for head coach Herc Pardi at Clayton Valley High School of the Diablo Valley League...Caught 46 passes for 990 yards (21.5 avg) and 12 touchdowns as a senior...Two best games came in playoffs as he tallied 170 yards (season-high) and one touchdown on six catches in the first round against Casa Grande and seven catches for 128 yards and three touchdowns (season-high) in the second round against Las Lomas HS... Had one interception and one fumble recovery on defense in CVHS’ 17-7 loss to Cardinal Newman in the NCS Division II Championship on Dec. 13...2008 GoldenStatePreps All-Northern California Second-Team Defense (DB).

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Personal: Born Nicholas Bryant Cole in Concord, Calif…Son of Jeff Cole and Samantha Stith…Has one brother, three sisters.

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collins Sophomore 160 • 6-0 Los Angeles, Calif.

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2011: Saw action in seven games…Had four catches for 42 yards against Fort Lewis…Also returned kicks with a team-best 10 returns for 18.5 yard average and a season-best 41-yard return. 2010: Saw action in two games…Had two catches for 14 yards against Western New Mexico in collegiate debut. 2009: Redshirted High School: A 2009 graduate of Chandler High School…Played for Coach Jim Ewan…Had 39 catches for 740 yards and 11 touchdowns as a senior…Named to Offense-Defense All-American Game…Selected to first-team all-region team… Also lettered in baseball and track and field. Personal: Born Troy Caleve Deboskie Jan. 9, 1991…Son of Wakena Deboskie… Brother Covaughn played at California before transferring to NAU for his senior season in 2012...Has three other siblings Covaughn, Kaelin, Prince, and Jemai… Also considered Eastern Washington and Montana State

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2011: Transfer from Oregon who joined the team on Sept. 5…Made debut against Eastern Washington on Oct. 8 with one catch for 22 yards and two returns for 60… Missed three games with injury…Had four returns for 73 over final three games… Prior to NAU: Played two seasons at Oregon…Cleared the electronic 20-yard in 2.81 seconds, tied for the best mark among wideouts in winter conditioning…Saw action in the first two home games of the 2010 season…Played 24 snaps in win over New Mexico…Third among receivers with a 265-lb. bench press during winter testing…Redshirted the 2009 season…Selected scout team offensive player of the week following wins over California and Arizona State.

dosen Senior 195 • 5-11 Pittsburgh, Calif.

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2012: Named Honorable Mention All-Big Sky…Started five games, appeared in 10…Registered 31 total tackles on the season…Had a season-high eight tackles at Montana…Recorded four or more tackles in four games…Returned a 59-yard interception for a touchdown at Northern Colorado…Was credited with two pass breakups versus Southern Utah…Recovered a fumble against Cal Poly and Mon2012: Named the team’s Defensive Scout Team Player of the Year…Appeared in tana…Forced one fumble against North Dakota. one game. 2011: Transfer from Oregon…Named Defensive Newcomer of the Year at team High School: A 2011 graduate of Campbell Hall…Played for Russell Gordon… banquet…Saw action in all 11 games with five starts…Recorded 30 tackles on Four-year starter and letter winner…Named first-team all-conference and team de- the season…Had a season-high seven tackles against Montana…Recorded first

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Lumberjacks Player Bios interception at Sacramento State… Prior to NAU: Made three tackles for the vic- tackles and tackles for loss. torious White team in the 2010 spring Game…Led the team in interceptions in the spring…Posted the second-fastest shuttle time (3.92) among defensive backs High School: A 2009 graduate of Soquel High School…Played for Ron Myers… during winter testing… Participated on the scout team during his redshirt campaign. All-league linebacker in high school…Three-time league champion wrestler and state qualifier senior year in 215-pound weight class. High School: A 2009 graduate of De La Salle High School…Played for Bob Ladouceuer…Had 512 receiving yards with eight touchdowns with 62 tackles and seven Personal: Born George Hall Dunlap III in Stockton, Calif., on Aug. 12, 1991…Son interceptions for touchdowns as a senior, leading the Spartans to a 12-2 season of Jill Burklo…Has one sister, Kaylyn Dunlap…Also considered Montana State, before losing in the Division I state championship…Two-sport letterman played Sacramento State, North Texas, Eastern Michigan and Northern Colorado. football and track…As a junior in 2007, helped De La Salle win the Division I state championship with a 13-0 record, amassing eight catches for 108 yards and a touchdown…Posted a career best 100 meter dash time of 11.1 seconds as a track athlete under coach Kevin Selby. Personal: Born Michael Aaron Dosen on March 30, 1991 in Pittsburg, Calif…Son of Gardner and Sandi Daniels…Has two brothers, Miles and Brandon, and two sisters, Richi and Brooklynn…Phil Webb, Grandpa, was drafted by the Detroit Lions.

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drulias RS-Freshman 185 • 5-10 Diamond Bar, Calif.

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Senior 252 • 6-4 Mesa, Ariz.

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2012: Named Honorable Mention All-Big Sky…Selected as the team’s Offensive Junior of the Year…Started nine games, appeared in all 11…Caught eight passes for a total of 140 yards…Averaged 12.7 yards per game…Scored a touchdown versus Portland State…Had a season-high three receptions at Northern Colorado… Caught a season-long 37-yard reception at North Dakota.

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2011: Saw action all 11 games with two starts.

2012: Redshirted High School: A 2012 graduate of Diamond Bar High School…Played for Coach Ryan Maine…Four-year starter and three-year letter winner…Averaged 52 yards per punt…Scored 97 points on the season with season-best field goal of 48 yards… Named All-Hacienda League at kicker in both 2010 and 2011 and All-San Gabriel Valley at punter in 2011…Hit game-winning field goal against Chino High School… Also a three-year starter on soccer team, earning All-Hacienda League honorable mention honors as a junior.

2010: Saw action in 10 games as a true freshman with one start (Portland State)… Made one catch for 16 yards at Southern Utah. High School: A 2010 graduate of Highland High School…Played for Pete Walheim…Three-year letter winner and two-year starter…Led football team to state semifinals…Three-year letter winner in basketball…Led team with 20 receptions for 285 yards and four touchdowns as a senior…Helped basketball team to state runner-up finish and 29-4 overall record in 2008-09.

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Senior 255 • 6-1 Santa Cruz, Calif.

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Personal: Born Drew Timothy Emanuel Dec. 31, 1991 in Gilbert, Ariz…Son of Tim Personal: Born Brian James Drulias on June 16, 1994 in Whittier, Calif.…Son of and Karen Emanuel…Has one brother, Jake…Also considered San Diego, Fort Bill and Rosie Drulias…Has one brother, Thomas, and one sister, Nicolette…Also Lewis and Minnesota-Duluth. ..Uncle, Ron Emanuel, played football at Maryland… considered San Jose State. Cousin, Dan Emanuel, played football at Maryland, while cousin, Nick Emanuel, ran track for the Terrapins.

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frum Junior 225 • 6-3 Mesa, Ariz.

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2012: Started two games, appeared in 10…Registered a total of 13 tackles on the season…Had a season-high four tackles at Montana…Was credited with a 13-yard 2012: Appeared in 11 games…Recorded 34 tackles on the season…Had a seasack against Fort Lewis. son-high eight tackles and force one fumble versus Cal Poly…Was credited with one pas breakup against Fort Lewis…Had three or more tackles in six games. Prior to NAU: Transfer from Cabrillo College…Played for Bill Garrison…Named first-team all-conference and first-team all-state…All-California Community College Region III team…Had 44 tackles with 12 tackles for loss…Led the defensive line in 2011: Named Outstanding Defensive Freshman of the Year…Saw action in 11

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Junior 275 • 6-3 Tempe, Ariz.

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2011: Saw action in two games as a backup. 2010: Redshirted…Switched offensive line from defensive line in the spring of 2010…High School: A 2010 graduate of Marcos de Niza…Played for Roy Lopez… Three-year letter winner and starter… Named all-region for both offensive and defensive line…Recorded state-leading 114 tackles and 10.5 sacks as a senior… Chosen to the Big 25 team by the Arizona Coaches Association…Named to 5A allstate team…Named team captain…Helped team to state runner-up finish…Played in North vs. South All-Star Game.

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Personal: Born Roy Robert Garcia on July 27, 1992 in Phoenix, Ariz…Son of Roy and Mary Garcia…Has two brothers and two sisters…Had perfect attendance during high school career…Named Top Teen in the City of Tempe.

garcia Senior 235 • 6-2 Downey, Calif.

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2012: Started four games, appeared in 11…Tallied 47 tackles…Registered a season-high nine tackles versus Cal Poly…Had four or more tackles in six games… Recorded one sack each against UC Davis and Idaho State for a total of 13 yards… Recovered a fumble against Arizona State.

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gardner Junior 240 • 6-4 Mesa, Ariz.

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2012: Appeared in 10 games…Caught four passes for a total of 46 yards…Had a season-long reception of 22 yards at Idaho State…Recorded a touchdown versus Portland State.

2012: Named Honorable Mention All-Big Sky…Started all 11 games.

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Personal: Born Steven Michael Garcia Nov. 20, 1991 in Paramount, Calif…Son of Eliud and Jacqueline Rivera…Also considered Montana and Akron.

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High School: A 2009 graduate of St. John Bosco High School…Was a two-year letter winner for Coach Kiki Mendoza…Second-team all-conference selection...

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2011: Saw action in 10 games…Prior to NAU: Transfer from Mesa CC…Played for Ron Doherty…Redshirted at Mesa CC…Went on a LDS mission after high school…Originally signed with NAU out of high school. High School: A 2008 graduate of Mesa High School…Three-year starter and letter winner in football, basketball and track and field…Helped basketball team to 2008 East Valley Region title. Personal: Born Beau Frazier Gardner Dec. 27, 1989 in Mesa, Ariz…Son of Michael and LeElla…Has four brothers, Preston, Nicholas, Skyler and Ty and one sister, Paige…Father competed in the decathlon at BYU…Got married to the former Chelsey Wentlejewski on Jan. 6, 2012.

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Prior to NAU: Transfer from Fullerton College…Two-year starter for Tim Byrnes….Earned Southern California Football Association’s All-Southern Conference second-team honors…Recorded 41 tackles with 14.5 tackles for loss, nine sacks, two pass deflections and one forced fumbled as a sophomore…Helped his team to the 2010 Golden Empire championship as a freshman, recording 36 tackles and 3.5 sacks.

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guenther Sophomore 265 • 6-7 Wickenburg, Ariz.

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Junior 315 • 6-5 Valley Center, Calif.

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Personal: Born LeRoy Patrick Guenther III on Nov. 10, 1992 in Uvalde, Texas… Son of LeRoy Guenther II and Julie Conrad…Has one brother, Clancy…Enjoys hunting and fishing.

sen to Skyline Region first team at wide receiver and second team at defensive back…Had 47 rushes for 443 yards with a 9.4 yards per carry average…Had a school-record 10 touchdown receptions…Also scored six rushing touchdowns along with a punt return for a touchdown and an interception return for another score. Personal: Born Randy Luke Hale January 28, 1992 in Oceanside, Calif…Son of Randy and Freya Hale…Has two brothers, Markiest and Randyn, and two sisters, Jhalisa and Brandy…Father played basketball at UC Santa Barbara and uncle, Derrick, played football at Long Beach State…Cousin, Daniel, plays football at Washington State, while cousin, Mychel, played at Wyoming (2002-05).

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harrington Senior 210 • 6-1 Surprise, Ariz.

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2012: Started and appeared in 10 games.

2012: Appeared in two games…Recorded a total of eight tackles on the season… Had a season-high six tackles against Fort Lewis.

2010: Redshirted High School: A 2010 graduate of Valley Center High School…Played for Coach Rob Gilster…Three-year letter winner and starter… Chosen to all-league first team and All-North County second team…Selected offensive lineman of the year…Helped team to pair of CIF championships.

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Personal: Born Joseph Michael Gurski V…Son of Adriana Gurski-Bryant…Also considered Montana State.

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Prior to NAU: Transfer from Phoenix College…Played 2011 season for Land Jacobsen…Member of the team at NAU for the 2010 season…Played his freshman season at New Mexico Highlands…High School: A 2009 graduate of Peoria High School…Played for Doug Clapp…Four-year letter winner and starter…Named to all-state second team…Led 41-A in tackles in 2008 and 2009…Averaged 12 tackles per game...Helped team to three straight state semi-final appearances…Also three-year starter for wrestling team, placing eighth in the state. Personal: Born Anthony Hope Harrington…Son of Anthony Harrington and Maria Camacho…Has two brothers, Desmond and Jayden, and one sister, Jannelle.

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2011: Saw action in seven games at right tackle.

Junior 175 • 5-10 Buckeye, Ariz.

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2012: Appeared in two games…Recorded a pair of tackles on the season…Was credited with one pas breakup.

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hasquet Junior 225 • 6-1 Peoria, Ariz.

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2011: Saw action in 11 games with nine starts…Had 22 tackles on the season with five pass deflections, the second-best total on the team…Had first career interception at Portland State…Recorded a season-high five tackles against Idaho State and Eastern Washington.

2012: Named Honorable Mention All-Big Sky…Selected as the team’s Defensive Sophomore of the Year…Started all 11 games…Finished tied for second on the team in tackles with a total of 61…Recorded six or more tackles in five games… Had a season-high 10 tackles in games against UNLV and Montana…Forced one fumble against Montana…Recovered one fumble at North Dakota.

2010: Saw action in 10 games…Had 12 tackles with one pass deflection on the season…Had a single-game high two tackles three times.

2011: Saw action in 10 games…Made 16 tackles on the season with one tackle for loss…Had a season-high seven tackles against Fort Lewis.

High School: A 2010 graduate of Buckeye Union…Played for Coach Bobby Barnes…Three-year starter…4A all-state second team choice on offense…Cho-

High School: A 2011 graduate of Liberty High School…Three-year letter winner and starter for Danny Filleman…4A Skyline Defensive Player of the Year…4AII All-State first-team linebacker by AZFCA…Recorded school-best 334 tackles

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Personal: Born Austin Michael Hasquet on Nov. 8, 1992 in Phoenix, Ariz…Son of Mike and DeAnn Hasquet…Has one sister, Amanda, and one one brother, Andrew…Cousin, Jordan, played basketball at Montana…Cousin, Gary Wagner, played football at Carroll College…Also considered Brown and South Dakota State.

hawkins Sophomore 185 • 5-11 Peoria, Ariz.

2012: Appeared in 10 games…Kicked off 45 times for a total of 2,851 yards… Averaged 63.4 yards per kickoff with 34 touchbacks. High School: A 2012 graduate of Sunrise Mountain…Three-year starter and letter winner for James Carter…First-team all-state in 2010 and 2011…AzFCA Top 25 All-State team in 2011…Record a personal-best long field goal of 61 yards… Four-year letter winner and starter and three-year captain for soccer team, earning first-team 4A1 all-region honors in 2010…Also lettered in baseball.

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Personal: Born Ryan Tyler Hawkins on July 10, 1994…Son of John and Jami Hawkins…Has one sister, Brylee…Enjoys fishing and playing golf.

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High School: Three-year letter winner and two-year starter for Charlie Ragle… Earned all-state, all-region and all-city honors…East Valley All-tribune team selection…Recorded 37 receptions for 717 yards and 11 touchdowns… Helped team to 44-2 record with three state championship appearances and back-toback state titles, including a 14-0 mark in 2010. Personal: Born Cory Alexander Holmes Jan. 31, 1993…Son of Christopher and Katy Holmes…Father played at NAU (1982-83)…Has one brother, Ryan, and one sister, Sarah…Brother, Ryan, plays football at Northern Colorado…Born on Super Bowl Sunday…Also considered Mesa State, Adams State and Eastern New Mexico.

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hughes Senior 200 • 5-9 Peoria, Ariz.

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2012: Appeared in 10 games…Recorded three tackles against Portland State and Idaho State…Registered at least two tackles in for games…Had one interception versus Portland State for 32 yards.

2012: Named the team’s Offensive Scout Team Player of the Year…Appeared in one game. 2011: Redshirted High School: A 2011 graduate of Kingman Academy…Played for Eugene Kramer…Three-year letter winner and starter…Helped team to 2010 3A State Championship…Played in CAA Senior Bowl…Also lettered in baseball, basketball and golf…Help golf team to state championship and baseball to state runner-up finish…Won off-road racing titles in AMRA Open B and Overall B races. Personal: Born James Charles Herrero Aug. 13, 1993 in Flagstaff, Ariz…Son of

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Joe and Sarah Herrero…Has one brother, John…Took classes at Mohave Community College in high school.

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in his career, including a school record 158 during his senior season…Set single-game mark with 19 tackles in a game and had a 65-yard interception return for a touchdown…Also earned All-Skyline second-team honors at tight end in 2010…4A All-Skyline at linebacker in 2009…Also played baseball for two years for Mark Ernster, the brother of former NAU All-American Paul Ernster…Helped team to 4A-II state championship in baseball.

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Prior to NAU: Transfer from Glendale Community College… Played freshman season at Pima Community College. High School: A 2010 graduate of Centennial High School… Played for Richard Taylor…Three-year letter winner and two-year starter…Rushed for 2,010 yards as a senior, earning all-state and first-team all-region honors…Helped team to state championships in sophomore and junior seasons…Played in the 2011 North vs. South All-Star Game…Had 316 yards rushing against Westview in nationally-televised game on ESPN. Personal: Born Anthony Lamar Hughes July 8, 1992 in Phoenix, Ariz.…Son of Tina and J.C. Hughes…Has one brother, John…Hobbies include listening to music and achieving goals…Brother is on the football team at Northern State University.


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Personal: Born Casey Robert Jahn July 1, 1994 in Dekfield, Wisc….Son of Chris and Becky Jahn…Has one brother, Kyle.

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Senior 255 • 5-10 Walnut, Calif.

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johnson Sophomore 195 • 6-3 Glendale, Ariz.

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2012: Started four games, appeared in 11…Recorded 12 unassisted and nine assisted tackles on the season…Tallied a season-high five tackles versus Cal Poly… Registered two or more tackles in seven games…Had four tackles for loss…Regis- 2012: Started one game, appeared in 10…Recorded a total of six tackles…Was credited with two quarterback hurries…Had a season-high three tackles versus tered one sack for six yards against Northern Colorado. Fort Lewis. Prior to NAU: Transfer from Fullerton College….Played for Tim Byrnes…Recorded 28 tackles with six tackles for loss and two sacks as a sophomore…Redshirted freshman season at Nevada under Chris Ault…High School: A 2009 graduate of Walnut High School…Was a three-year letter winner and two-year starter for Michael O’Shields….Set school records for sacks and tackles for loss…Recorded 97 tackles with 21 tackles for loss and 11 sacks as a senior, earning All-CIF first-team and AllSan Antonio League honors twice (2008, 2009)…Helped his high school track team to the league championship and earned the individual discus title…

2011: Redshirted High School: A 2011 graduate of Greenway High School…Three-year letter winner and starter for K.J. Anthony…Selected Black Canyon Region Athlete of the Year and Greenway Male Athlete of the Year…Named to Scout.com all-state team at linebacker…Also earned all-region honors…Also competed in baseball, basketball and track and field…Won region title in the high hurdles and finished second in region in high jump…Track team won region championship.

casey

jahn

jake safety

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Personal: Born Chima Ike on June 21, 1991 in Los Angeles, Calif…Son of Isaac and Martha Ike…Has two brothers, Ikenna and Emeka…Brother, Ikenna, played at Personal: Born Harrison James Johnson on Nov. 13, 1992 in Phoenix, Ariz… Fresno State and in the CFL with the Saskatchewan Roughriders…Has one sister, Son of David and Christy Johnson…Mother attended NAU…Has one sister, Hannah…Enjoys snowboarding. Ify…Also considered UC Davis, Eastern Kentucky and Central Connecticut.

Sophomore 185 • 5-11 Peoria, Ariz.

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johnston Senior 210 • 5-11 Eagle, Idaho

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2012: Named the team’s Offensive Freshman of the Year…Appeared in eight games…Rushed for 306 yards, the third-best on the team…Scored a total of 24 points on the season…Had a career-long 66-yard run at Idaho State to finish with a single-game high of 144 total rushing yards…Scored a total of 12 points in the win over Fort Lewis, where he tallied two touchdowns…Had a 25-yard reception against Arizona State…Finished the season with four touchdowns and an average of 7.5 yards per rush.

2012: Appeared in 10 games…Recorded nine tackles on the season…Had a season-high five tackles against Arizona State.

High School: A 2012 graduate of Northwest Christian…Four-year starter and letter winner for Coach Dave Inness…Arizona Republic’s Small Schools (Divisions IV-VI) Player of the Year…The first prep player in Arizona 11-man football history to rush for more than 7,000 yards in a career, finishing with 7,333 career yards and 107 touchdowns…Led state of Arizona in rushing and scoring…Rushed for 2,279 yards and 33 touchdowns during a 13-1 season as a senior…Helped team to state championship and first undefeated season in school history in 2010…Made All-Arizona after rushing for 2,583 yards and 32 touchdowns on 300 carries, leading Northwest Christian to the Class 2A title…Team went 13-1 in 2011.

High School: A 2009 graduate of Eagle High School…Three-year starter and letter winner for Paul Peterson, leading team to an 11-1 record and state runner-up finish…Played in Idaho Shrine All-Star Game…Two-time all-state selection.

Prior to NAU: Transfer from Saddleback JC…Starter and captain for Mark McElroy…Earned SCFA All-California and All-Southern Conference first-team honors…Had 73 tackles with eight pass deflections and two interceptions in 2011… Member of 2009 Fiesta Bowl champion Boise State team.

Personal: Born Jacob John Johnston…Son of Diane and John Johnston…Has four sisters, Sarah, Marie, Rachel and Leah.

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julian RS-Freshman 297 • 6-4 Prescott, Ariz.

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2012: Redshirted High School: A 2012 graduate of Bradshaw Mountain…Four-year letter winner and three-year starter for Coach Chuck Apap…Earned All-State honorable mention selection, as well as first-team all-region, all-area and all-conference accolades…Served as team captain.

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Personal: Born Jacob Max Julian Aug. 13, 1994 in Oceanside, Calif…Son of Jennifer Miller…Has three sisters, Jadie, Danielle and Madison.

justin

jungblut Senior 280 • 6-5 Scottsdale, Ariz.

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2012: Started one game, appeared in 11…Collected three tackles against Arizona State, Portland State and North Dakota…Had a total of 17 tackles on the season. Prior to NAU: Transfer from Boise State…Played for Coach Chris Peterson… Reserve defensive lineman saw action in Boise State’s regular-season finale against New Mexico (Dec. 3, 2011) and recorded an assisted tackle…Reserve defensive tackle made four appearances in his debut season with the Broncos… Recorded a solo and an assisted tackle against Hawai’i (Nov. 6, 2010) and solo tackle against Fresno State (Nov. 19)…Redshirt season. High School: A 2008 graduate of Saguaro High School…Played for John Saunders…Lettered four times, helping to lead his team to three-straight state football championships…Named first-team all-state as a senior…Also earned first-team all-conference honors as a senior...Frist-team all-state defensive line by four publications…Recorded 72 tackles, including 23 tackles-for-loss, 12 sacks, one safety and one fumble recovery as a senior…As a junior, recorded 40 tackles, 10 TFLs, two sacks and one forced fumble. Personal: Born Justin Bryce Jungblut (Pronounced Joung-BLUT) on Sept 26, 1990 in Scottsdale, Ariz…Has three sisters, Brandi, Liz and Sydney, and two brothers, Jayson and Christian.

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kantaris

Senior 230 • 6-2 Thousand Oaks, Calif.

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2012: Started seven games, appeared in nine…Registered a total of 19 tackles on the season…Tallied three or more tackles in a game five times…Recorded nine tackles for loss…Was credited with five sacks for a total of 25 yards…Had a pair of sacks versus UC Davis and UNLV…Forced one fumble against Southern Utah. Prior to NAU: Transfer from Moorpark CC…Starter and letter winner for Will Thurston…Played one season at Army for Rich Ellerson. High School: A 2010 graduate of Moorpark High School…Lettered twice at defensive end for Tim Lins...Racked up school-record 20 sacks during senior campaign....Made 59 tackles, caused two fumbles, recovered three fumbles and made one interception in 2009...Named to 2009 All-Ventura County team... Earned Ventura County Star Defensive Player of the Year honors...Named Marmonte League Defensive Lineman of the Year ...Helped team advance to CIF Southern Section championship game two straight seasons. Personal: Born Quentin Charles Kantaris on Sept. 24, 1991 in Minneapolis, Minn.…Son of Mary McManigal and Robert Kantaris…Has two sisters, Britt and Calle.

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Player Bios

dylan

lafrenz RS-Freshman 285 • 6-4 Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.

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2012: Redshirted High School: A 2012 graduate of Los Osos High School…Three-year letter winner and two-year starter for Tom Martinez…Named Lineman of the Year and Lifter of the Year…Set school records for clean (325 pounds) and squat (675 pounds). Personal: Born Dylan Charles LaFrenz Jan. 29, 1999 in Pamona, Calif… Son of Larry and Charlene LaFrenz…Has one sister, Megan…Also considered UC Davis.


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Sophomore 220 • 6-2 Poway, Calif.

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2012: Named the team’s Defensive Freshman and Comeback Player of the Year… Started in one game, appeared in seven…Recorded 16 tackles on the season… Had a season-high four tackles versus Southern Utah…Had four tackles for loss… Registered three sacks on the season for 14 yards…Had a pair of sacks at Montana. 2011: Redshirted...Named Defensive Scout Team Player of the Year at team banquet.

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moniz

perkins Junior 185 • 5-9 Oxnard, Calif.

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2012: Named to the CFPA Kickoff Returner Watch List…Earned College Sports Madness Preseason All-Big Sky Second Team honors…Did not play due to injury. 2011: Saw action in four games before suffering season-ending knee injury against Idaho State…Had five rushes for 37 yards and a touchdown…Recorded seven kick returns for 285 yards with a 40.7 average with one touchdown… Named National Kick Returner of the Week by the College Football Performance Awards for performance against Fort Lewis…Had a 99-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, the third longest kickoff return for a touchdown in school history and longest since 1994…Finished the game with two kickoff returns for 132 yards. 2010: Redshirted High School: A 2010 graduate of Rio Mesa High School…Played for Bob Gregorchuk…Ventura County Star Offensive Player of the Year…Named All-Pacific View League Back of the Year…Set school record for most rushing yards in a season with 1,275 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior…Ran for 1,109 yards and 10 touchdowns as a junior…Returned 12 kicks for 229 yards…Broke school record for single-game rushing yards (327)…Runs a 10.9 100m and 50.9 400m. Personal: Born Jamaal Tre-von Perkins March 20, 1992 in Frankfurt, Germany… Son of Latricia Robinson and Kenneth Perkins and stepfather Howard Robinson…Also considered Ole Miss, Iowa State, Marshall and Portland State…Cousin, Hickey Thompson, played football at Michigan State.

Junior 270 • 6-3 Santa Clarita, Calif.

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High School: A 2011 graduate of Poway High School…Played for Damian Gonzalez…Three-year letter winner and two-year starter…Had 49 tackles and 15 receptions for 250 yards as a senior…Named All-Palomar League first-team at tight end…Named Male Athlete of the Year at school…Set career record for most varsity letters…Also three-year letter winner in soccer and track…Had 230 career saves with 17 shutouts as the goalkeeper…Posted a 49-9 personal best in the shot put. Personal: Born Zachary John McDonnell May 13, 1993 in Poway, Calif…Son of John and Lynette McDonnell…Has one brother, Robert, and one sister, Tessa.

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2012: Started and appeared in eight games. 2011: Saw action in two games. 2010: Redshirted High School: A 2010 graduate of Canyon High School…Played for coach Chris Varner…Two-year letter winner and starter…Team captain…Two-time All-Foothill League (2008, 2009)…Chosen to All-Daily News first team and The Signal All-Valley team…Named to first-team All-San Fernando Valley in 2009…Preseason selection to the All-CIF team…Named Lineman of the Year on junior varsity in 2007 and Most Improved Player as a freshman. Personal: Born Shane Patrick Moniz Aug. 21, 1992 in Lancaster, Calif…Son of Norb and Karen Moniz…Has one sister, Lauren, and one brother, Norby…Sister played soccer at San Jose State…Also considered Weber State and Stony Brook.

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perry Sophomore 210 • 6-3 Portland, Ore.

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2012: Named the team’s Most Improved Offensive Player…Appeared in two games…Completed 8-of-11 passes for a total of 96 yards… Responsible for a pair of touchdowns versus Fort Lewis…Had a season-long pass of 31 yards against Fort Lewis. 2011: Redshirted the season…Greyshirted the 2010 season…Joined the team during spring practice. High School: A 2010 graduate of Central Catholic….Played for Steve Pyne… Two-way starter at quarterback and safety…Named first-team all-conference…

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2013 Northern Arizona Football Player Bios

kyren

poe

Sophomore 195 • 6-3 Mesa, Ariz.

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2012: Appeared in six games…Caught one pass versus Fort Lewis…Made a tackle against Montana. High School: A 2011 graduate of Chandler Hamilton High School…Three-year letter winner and two-year starter for Steve Belles…Arizona Republic all-state honorable mention selection…Earned all-region first-team honors in 2010 after earning honorable mention honors in 2009…Named most valuable player of the state championship games…Old Spice Red Zone Player of the Year Top 50 selection… Completed 65% of his passes for 2,133 yards and 17 touchdowns versus four interceptions while helping the Huskies to 15-0 record and the 5A1 state title…Added 891 yards on 152 attempts and 15 TDs on the ground…Won three consecutive state championships in 2008, 2009 and 2010...Played with NAU sophomore Zach Bauman at Hamilton.

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Personal: Born Kyren Stephen Poe on Nov. 2, 1992 in Mesa, Ariz…Son of Edward and Catrina Poe…Has two brothers, Brenan and Peyton and one sister, Kayla, who played soccer at Grand Canyon…Also considered Fresno State and Illinois State.

tevin

ray

Sophomore 190 • 6-1 Peoria, Ariz.

reardon Senior 235 • 6-1 Scottsdale, Ariz.

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2011: Redshirted…Prior to NAU: Transfer from Glendale Community College with two years of eligibility…Originally signed with Portland State in 2009…Also attended Arizona State for a semester…Helped GCC to the Valley of the Sun Bowl championship…Played outside linebacker for one season at Portland State in 2009...Played in all 11 games as a true freshman as a backup and on special teams...Finished the year with 18 tackles, including one tackle for loss. High School: A 2009 graduate of Notre Dame Prep...Played for Scot Bemis… Was an integral part of back-to-back state championships from 2007 to 2008... Named all-state in 2008 and all-region in 2007-08...Selected to Offense-Defense All-American game in Myrtle Beach, S.C....Led the west in tackles. Personal: Born Ryan Patrick Reardon Feb. 1, 1991 in Boston, Mass…Son of Geralyn Reardon…Also considered Montana State.

hayden

renning Junior 210 • 6-1 Flagstaff, Ariz.

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2012: Appeared in 10 games.

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2011: Did not see any game action. 2010: Redshirted

2012: Redshirted 2011: Saw action in 10 games…Made 16 tackles on the season. High School: A 2011 graduate of Centennial High School…Two-year letter winner and starter for Richard Taylor…Team captain…Named region defensive player of the year as a senior…Made 91 tackles with two sacks…Recorded 91 tackles with 5.5 sacks as a junior.

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2012: Named All-Big Sky Honorable Mention…Started all 11 games…Recorded 41 tackles…Had a season-high eight tackles at Arizona State…Was credited with two pass breakups.

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Personal: Born Jordan Jeffrey Perry March 23, 1992…Son of Jeff and Cathy Perry…Has one sister, Madison… Enjoys drawing and playing basketball.

Personal: Born Tevin Lamar Ray on May 29, 1993 in Phoenix, Ariz…Son of Derrick and Sunny Ray…Has three sisters, Sarah, Alyssa and Bella, and one brother, Samuel…Also considered Southern Illinois and Yale.

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Competed 61 percent of his passes for 2,072 yards and 27 touchdowns…Also rushed for 405 yards and seven touchdowns…Led team to Mt. Hood Conference championship and second round of state playoffs…Named QB MVP at University of Washington Rising Stars Camp (Voted by Scout.com)…Named QB MVP at National Underclassman Combine…Threw six touchdown passes in two games including state playoff first round games against Newberg…Also lettered in basketball and track.

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High School: A 2010 graduate of Sinagua High School…Played for Dave Dirksen…Three-year letter winner and starter…Two-year captain…Named Arizona Daily Sun Player of the Year…Two-time all-city and all-region selection…Earned honorable mention all-state honors in 2009…Recorded 120 tackles with five forced fumbled and one recovered as a senior…Also earned one letter in basketball.


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eric

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Personal: Born Hayden Robert Renning March 25, 1992 in Flagstaff, Ariz…Son of Roy and Krista Renning…Has one brother, Kyle, and one sister, Natalie…Both parents attended NAU, as well as uncles Robert and Matt, aunt, Gail and cousin, Chris…Enjoys snowboarding, art and weightlifting…Also considered Chapman, Puget Sound and Mesa State.

rodriguez RS-Freshman 272 • 6-3 Palmdale, Calif.

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2012: Redshirted High School: A 2012 graduate of Palmdale High School…Three-year starter and letter winner for Jeff Williams…Ranked No. 26 in the nation at center by Scout. com…Named All-CIF Northern Division in 2011…Also chosen to All-Golden League and All-Valley first team…Selected for California Classic All-Star game… Had 60 pancake blocks over the last three season.

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2011: Redshirted High School: A 2011 graduate of Boulder Creek High School…Played for Dan Friedman… Two-year starter and letter winner…Named to Arizona Football Coaches Association 5A II All-state team…also selected to Phoenix Metro all-region team and Arizona Republic 5A honorable mention choice…Helped team to three playoff appearances and a region title.

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Personal: Born Hayden Matthew Sovacki Oct. 24, 1993 in Peoria, Ariz…Son of Carri Davies…Has two brothers, Connor Sovacki and Riley Davies…Enjoys snowboarding and film making. University and Lewis and Clark.

Sophomore 255 • 6-2 New River, Ariz.

2012: Appeared in one game.

Sophomore 175 • 5-11 Peoria, Ariz.

High School: A 2012 graduate of Centennial High School…Three-year letter winner and two-year starter for Richard Taylor…Helped teams to a 40-5 record in three seasons in high school…Set school record for receptions in a game with 10…Also played basketball and ran track…Placed third at the regional meet in the 300 intermediate hurdles.

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2012: Redshirted

Personal: Born Eric Benjamin Rodroguez on July 26, 1994…Son of Jose and Ena Rodriguez…Has two brothers, Jose and Andy, and one sister, Debbie…Also considered Cal Poly and New Mexico State.

jake

hayden

thomas RS-Freshman 220 • 6-1 Mesa, Ariz.

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2012: Redshirted High School: Three-year starter and captain for Coach Chad DeGrenier… Earned all-state and all-section honors…Named Defensive MVP…Selected Defensive Player of the Year for Mesa schools…Set school record for sacks by a linebacker…Also team captain for baseball team, helping team to 17-0 record as a freshman…Father, Kevin, played football at Arizona State from 1983-88… Mother was an Olympic swimmer. Personal: Born Jake Thomas Nov. 11, 1993 in Mesa, Ariz…Son of Dawn Hunter and Kevin Thomas…Has two brothers, Ryan and Josh, and one sister, Brittany.

Personal: Born Jacob Daniel Rodriguez on June 9, 1993 in Las Vegas, Nev… Has three sisters, Alexa, Courtney and Taylor…Also considered Washington

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thompson Senior 290 • 6-2 Stockton, Calif.

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2012: Named All-Big Sky Honorable Mention…Earned the team’s Defensive Junior of the Year Award…Started four games, appeared in 11…Ranked 12th in the league in sacks… Tallied 5.5 sacks for a total of 22 yards… Recorded 29 tackles on the season…Had a season-high six tackles versus Fort Lewis and Montana… Was credited with 2.5 sacks against UC Davis…Had five tackles for loss…Forced one fumble against Montana. Prior to NAU: Transfer from Diablo Valley College…Two-year starter, captain and letter winner for Mike Darr…Had 70 tackles with 30 tackles for loss and 12 sacks…Team led California in tackles, tackles for loss and interceptions. High School: A 2008 graduate of Weston Ranch High School…Played for Steve Jackson…Two-year starter and letter winner at offensive line in high school.

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Personal: Born May 16, 1990 in Stockton, Calif…Son of David and Becky Wooten….Has two brothers, Thomas and John David…Also considered San Jose State.

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tolliver RS-Freshman 175 • 5-7 Moorpark, Calif.

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vicente Junior 275 • 6-0 Prescott, Ariz.

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and three-year starter for Lou Benictone…Named to Arizona Coaches Association All-State First-Team at defensive line as a senior…2009 All-Area “Dream Team” selection at both offensive and defensive line…2009 Western Sky All-Region Defensive Player of the Year…2009 Western Sky All-Region choice at center and defensive tackle…Picked up a fumble and ran 30 yards for touchdown in final prep games…Also named to Western Sky All-Region first team at center in 2008…Also considered Montana State, Portland State and Northern Colorado in the recruiting process. Personal: Born John Paul Vicente March 2, 1992 in Prescott, Ariz…Son of J.P. and Shawn Vicente…Has one brother, Michael, and one sister, Brianna…Enjoys hunting and fishing.

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Player Bios

dejzon

walker Junior 225 • 6-3 Chandler, Ariz.

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2012: Redshirted

2012: Named to the CFPA Tight End Watch List…Started three games, appeared in 10…Had 36 catches for a team-high 505 receiving yards…Scored three receiving and three rushing touchdowns…Had a season-long 50-yard catch at Idaho State…Had a season-high six receptions versus North Dakota and Southern Utah…Recorded 87 receiving yards at North Dakota to finish with 87 all-purpose yards.

High School: A 2012 graduate of Moorpark High School…Two-year starter for Tim Lins…Named All-CIF, all-county and all-league after recording 52 receptions for 749 yards…Played in Ventura County All-Star game, recording 8 receptions for 108 yards…Also ran track and field and part of league champion 4x100 team.

2011: Saw action in all 11 games as a true freshman with seven starts…Named Offensive Newcomer of the Year and College Sports Madness Big Sky Freshman of the Year…Recorded 22 catches for 328 yards with three touchdowns…Had at least one catch in 10 of 11 games.

Personal: Born Alexander Stephen Tolliver Oct. 12, 1993 in Thousand Oaks, Calif….Son of Lynn and Todd Tolliver…Has one brother, Justin, and one sister, Danielle. 2012: Appeared in six games…Recorded one tackle against Fort Lewis and Cal Poly.

High School: A 2011 graduate of Basha High School…Two-year letter winner and starter for Bernie Busken…Earned all-region first-team honors and selection to the Friday Night All-Fever Team…Recorded 1,500 receiving yards with 19 touchdowns in his career…Caught 43 passes for 680 yards and 12 touchdowns for 9-2 Basha during his senior season…Set school records for receiving yards in a game (195) and career touchdowns (19).

2011: Saw action in six games…Made three tackles on the season…2010: Redshirted. High School: A 2010 graduate of Prescott High School…Four-year letter winner

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Personal: Born Dejzon Dwight Walker Aug. 10, 1993 in Gary, Ind., but raised in Texas…Son of Tasha Hutch and Dwight Walker...Uncle, Gerell Robinson, plays for the Denver Broncos.


Lumberjacks Player Bios

walker

Personal: Born Robert Anthony Watson Jan. 28, 1992 in Long Beach, Calif…Son of Robert and Summer Watson…Has one sister, Kai…Cousin, Alex Watson, was an All-American at NAU…Also considered San Diego, UC Davis and Northwestern.

Senior 290 • 6-4 Tucson, Ariz.

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2012: Earned College Sports Madness Preseason All-Big Sky First Team honors… Started all 11 games.

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kyle

most valuable player honors…Started as a sophomore at safety.

wishom Senior 200 • 6-1 Antioch, Ariz.

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2011: Named All-Big Sky honorable mention...Named Outstanding Offensive Sophomore of the Year at team banquet…Started all 11 games at left guard… Member of offensive line that led the way for an offense that ranked 14th in the Football Championship Subdivision in 2011, producing the Big Sky’s top rusher and 2012: Named All-Big Sky Honorable Mention…Earned the team’s Defensive Newpass efficiency leader…Running back Zach Bauman ranked fourth in the country comer of the Year Award…Started 10 games, appeared in all 11…Recorded 45 in rushing with over 1,400 yards with seven games over 100 yards on the season. all-purpose yards versus Fort Lewis…Was second on the team in interceptions with three for a total of 67 yards…Had a 45-yard interception return against Fort Lewis… 2010: Saw action in three games…2009: Redshirted… Named Scout Team Player Registered a season-high eight tackles at UNLV…Forced one fumble against Cal Poly…Was credited with a pair of pass breakups at UNLV…Finished fifth on the of the Year on offense. team in tackles with 56…Had five games with five or more tackles. High School: A 2009 graduate of Sabino High School…Four-year letter winner for Coach Jay Campos…Named to 4A1 Kino All-Region team at both offensive Prior to NAU: Transfer from City College of San Francisco…Two-year starter for line and defensive line…Garnered honorable mention all-state honors at offensive George Rush…Earned All-American and all-state honors…Team went 12-0 winning line…Helped team to state championship game as a junior…Three-year letter win- the national championship, state title and conference championship. ner in track and field…Also considered Northern Colorado. High School: A 2009 graduate of De Le Salle High School….Played for Bob LadouPersonal: Born W. Kyle Walker Dec. 6, 1990 in Tucson, Ariz…Son of Ken and ceur…Named all-conference…Earned state championship most valuable player and all-conference honors. Jenifer Walker…Has two brothers, Jake and Luke.

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robert

watson

Personal: Born Blair Leland Wishom on June 4, 1991 in Redwood City, Calif… Son of Lonald and Debra Wishom...Has one brother, Lonald…Enjoys cutting hair… Brother played football for Weber State.

Junior 190 • 6-0 Long Beach, Calif.

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2012: Appeared in two games…Tallied a pair of tackles versus Arizona State and Fort Lewis. 2011: Saw action in 10 games with 29 tackles on the season….Recorded a season-high 10 tackles with a fumble recovery at Weber State…Had 25 tackles over the final four games. 2010: Redshirted High School: A 2010 graduate of Los Alamitos High School…Played for John Barnes…Four-year letter winner and starter…Two-time all-league selection…Led the team in tackles…Had a team-leading 70 tackles, five sacks, five forced fumbles and two picks and led the team to Sunset League championship in 2008 with an 8-2 record…Named defensive back of the year…Earned All-League and Defensive

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patrick

baldenegro

Freshman 215 • 6-5 Chandler, Ariz.

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High School: A 2013 graduate of Chandler High School...Three-year letter winner and two-year starter for Shawn Aguano…Named first-team All-Arizona…Recorded 41 receptions for 610 yards with five touchdowns as a senior…Member of the Honor Roll…National Football Foundation Valley of the Sun Scholar-Athlete first-team honoree. Personal: Born Patrick Michael Baldenegro Aug. 8, 1995 in Chandler, Ariz....Son of Andrew and JoEllen Baldenegro...Has three brothers, Chris, Steven and Joseph.

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batiste

Freshman 180 • 5-11 Upland, Calif.

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High School: A 2013 graduate of Upland High School...Played for Coach Tim Salter…Named first-team all-area…Helped team to league championship…Recorded 80 tackles with four fumble recoveries, eight tackles and four forced fumbles. Personal: Born Delvin Batiste March 14, 1995 in Chandler, Ariz.... Son of Stephanie Batiste and Lawrence Grant.

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burton

Freshman 168 • 6-0 Centennial, Colo.

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High School: A 2013 graduate of Cherry Creek High School...Played for Coach Dave Logan…Named All-Colorado First Team in 2012, All-Conference First Team in 2011 and Honorable Mention in 2012…Also played lacrosse. Personal: Born Hunter Wayne Stevens Burton Sept. 15, 1994 in Vail, Colo.... Son of Martha Dickenson.

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cooper

Freshman 185 • 6-0 Eagle, Idaho

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High School: A graduate of Eagle HighSchool...Four-year letter winner and three-year starter for Coach Paul Peterson…Earned all-state honors as a senior…Recorded a school-record 74 catches with a single-season record 1,050 yards with eight touchdowns…Also had 33 rushes for 350 yards and five touchdowns…Helped team to three state championship appearances and 2010 state title…Three-year letter winner in track and field, earning three medals at state meet and team Most Valuable Player honors…Also considered Idaho, Boise State and Weber State. Personal: Born Marc Bernard Cooper on May 5, 1994 in Rapid City, S.D.... Son of Peggy and Tim Cooper...Has a sister Allee.

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craig

Freshman 220 • 6-0 Tempe, Ariz.

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High School: A graduate of Marcos de Niza High School...Letter winner and starter for Ray Lopez…Recorded 141 tackles as a senior…Arizona Coaches Association all-state selection…Named Defensive Player of the Year in Arizona Section 3, Division 2…Played sophomore and junior seasons at South Mountain, recording 100 tackles as a junior…Also a state qualifier in wrestling. Personal: Born Derek B. Craig Sept. 25, 1994 in Durango, Colo.... Son of Cassandra and Ronnie Craig...Has two sisters, Justice and Olivia.


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denham

Freshman 195 • 6-0 Auburn, Calif.

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High School: A 2013 graduate of Placer High School...Two-year starter for Coach Joey Montoya…Led high school ream to 10-0 season for the first time in 30 years…Team captain…Threw for 2,100 yards and 18 touchdowns in primarily a run offense…Invited to Elite 11 in Oakland…Made top group at Nike Camp with coaches Trent Dilfer and Dan Hawkins…Father played quarterback in college…Brother, Greg, was an All-American quarterback at UC Davis. Personal: Born Peter Israel-Garner Denham June 7, 1994...Son of Greg and Stephanie Denham...Has an older brother, Greg...Has two sisters, Sarah and Lily.

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ryshaud WR

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High School: A 2013 graduate of Kingman High School...Three-year starter and lettermen…Played for Wally Mueller…Earned all-state first-team honors…Helped team to three consecutive state appearances and two state championships (2010, 2012)…Brother, Jim, is a member of the NAU football team.

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jountti

Freshman 202 • 5-11 Bakersfield, Calif.

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High School: A 2013 graduate of Liberty High School... Varsity captain and running back for Head Coach Tony Mills…Two-time first-team all-league choice…2013 US Army Arena Bowl XII participant…2011 first-team all-area at running back…Also considered UC Davis, Cal Poly, Utah State and San Jose State.

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Personal: Born Ryshaud Keegan January 14, 1995...Son of Sanovia and Richard Keegan...Has three siblings, Richard, Kiana and Jordan.

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manning

Freshman 180 • 5-10 Fresno, Calif.

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High School: A 2013 graduate of Edison High School...Starter and captain for Coach Ricky Manning…Led the team in solo tackles and forced fumbled…Uncle, Ricky, played in the NFL with the Carolina Panthers, Chicago Bears and St, Louis Rams. Personal: Born Ronnie Manning Jr. October 6, 1994..Son of Ron and Tasha Manning...Has a sister, Bailey.

jabari

Personal: Born John J. Herrero July 27, 1995...Son of Joe and Sarah Herrero....Has one brother, Jim.

corbin

Freshman 171 • 5-10 Oceanside, Calif.

High School: A 2013 graduate of Oceanside High School...Four-year letter winner and three-year starter for John Carroll…Helped team to two CIF Championships…Earned first-team all-league and all-county honors, as well as All-Dan Diego second-team honors…Earned most inspirational player award.

herrero

Freshman 195 • 6-0 Auburn, Calif.

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marshall

Freshman 210 • 6-1 Vancouver, Wash.

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High School: A 2013 graduate of Skyview High School…Has a 3.5 grade point average…Three-year letterwinner and starter for Coach Steve Kizer… Named to the The Columbian’s All-Region football team as a linebacker and Class 4A Greater St. Helens All-League as a running back and a linebacker….Led the team in tackles as a junior and senior...Recorded 106 carries with 17 touchdowns at running back…Part of the first team in school history to reach the state championship game… WIAA Scholar-Athlete... Also considered Pennsylvania. Personal: Born Jabari Manning July 17, 1985...Son of Dennis and Yvette Marshall...Has three siblings, Avery, Erik and Savannah.

Personal: Born Corbin Wesley Jountti February 2, 1995..Son of Darryl Jountti...Has five siblings, Royce, Quincy, Winston, Kenton and Kennedy.

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2013 Northern Arizona Football Player Bios

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Freshman 230 • 6-2 Maricopa, Ariz.

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High School: A 2013 graduate of Desert Vista High School...Two-year starter and letter winner for former Lumberjack Dan Hines…Named an all-state first-team selection and All-24/7 first team choice, as well as allcity…Recorded 98 tackles and 11.5 sacks as a senior…Was an honorable mention all-state selection as a junior, recording 10.5 sacks and 88 tackles to help team win Arizona state championship…Cousin, Anthony, played football at Idaho State and brother, Patrick, plays basketball at Wentworth College.

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Sophomore 300 • 6-5 Glendale, Ariz.

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Prior to NAU: Spent one season at Penn State. High School: A graduate of Cactus High School...Earned all-state honors two years in a row..Was Top 25 in the state in 2011, along with earning all-region honors...Team won state championships junior year with a 13-1 record. Personal: Born Ryan Nowicki February 26, 1993...Son of Christopher and Wendy Nowicki...Has three siblings, Zachary, Brittney and Taylor.

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Freshman 243 • 6-3 Gilbert, Ariz.

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High School: A graduate of Campo Verde High School...Graduated as valedictorian of his high school class…4.0 high school GPA…Four-year academic lettermen and principal’s honor roll…Two-time student of the month…Played for coach Max Ragsdale at Campo Verde High School… All-Arizona All-Academic Honorable Mention…Also considered the University of Montana, Montana State, and Colorado Mesa. Personal: Born Bridger Michael Rodoni November 8, 1994...Son of Michael and Melissa Rodoni...Has a younger brother, RJ.

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Personal: Born Tyler Shank October 1, 1994...Son of Norman and Cindy Shank...Has a brother, Logan.

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nowicki

Freshman 307 • 6-3 Chandler, Ariz.

High School: A graduate of Chandler High School...Four-year starter and three-year letter winner for Coach Shawn Aguano…Received the Most Improved and Hammer Award…Named First Team All-Section as a junior and a senior...Earned the team’s Offensive MVP...Named All-State Honorable Mention...Did not allow a sack and recorded 92 pancakes.

Personal: Born Lorenzo Paul Melvin February 5, 1995...Son of Patrick and Rhonda Melvin...Has two siblings, Patrick and Jasmine.

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Freshman 235 • 6-2 Lake City, Fla.

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High School: A graduate of Columbia High School...Four-year starter and three-year letterman at Columbia High School… Played for coach Brian Allen…Awarded best defensive line…Played in the Virginia Iron Man…High school state weightlifting qualifier…Also considered Tennessee State. Personal: Born Javere Malik Smith July 6, 1994...Son of Jonathan and Lisa Smith...Has two sisters, Keisha and Jaleesa.

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High School: A graduate of Notre Dame Prep...Three-year starter and letter winner for Gary Gregory…Four-sport athlete including, basketball, baseball, football, and track… Two-time all-state honorable mention selection…Helped his team reach the state playoffs three times, qualifying for the triple jump three times. Personal: Born Maurice Antonio White September 23, 1994... Son of Jaclyn Bilello...Has three siblings, Tre, Renee and Akira.


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NOWICKI

Sophomore 300 • 6-5 Glendale, Ariz.

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Junior 185 • 5-11 Pittsburgh, Pa.

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Freshman 180 • 6-0 Tucson, Ariz.

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Freshman 220 • 6-1 Anchorage, Alaska

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wilsey

Sophomore 195 • 5-9 Poway, Calif.

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Freshman 190 • 6-0 Las Vegas, Nev.

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Freshman 175 • 5-11 Palmdale, Calif.

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Freshman 280 • 6-5 Santa Clarita, Calif.

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Freshman 265 • 6-2 Sacramento, Calif.

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Freshman 290 • 6-3 Carlsbad, Calif.

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Sophomore 220 • 5-10 Peoria, Ariz.

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Sophomore 195 • 5-9 Poway, Calif.

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2013 Northern Arizona Football All-Time Series Records Opponent Abilene Christian (Texas) Adams State (Colo.) Akron Angelo State (Texas) Appalachian State Arizona Arizona State Augustana (S.D.) Boise State Brigham Young Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly Cal State Chico Cal State Fullerton Cal State Los Angeles Cal State Northridge California Tech Central Missouri State Chadron State (Neb.) Dixie College Drake East Central (Okla.) Eastern Montana Eastern New Mexico Eastern Washington Florida Atlantic Fort Hays State (Kan.) Fort Lewis (Colo.) Fresno State Furman Georgia Southern Gustavus Adolphus (Minn.) Hawai’i Hiram-Scott (Neb.) Idaho Idaho State Jacksonville State La Verne (Calif.) Long Beach State Louisiana Tech Loyola Marymount McMurry (Texas) McNeese State Minnesota-Duluth Mississippi Montana Montana State Montezuma Baptist (N.M.) National University (Mex.) Nebraska-Omaha Nevada Nevada-Las Vegas New Mexico New Mexico Highlands New Mexico Mines New Mexico State Nicholls State Northern Colorado North Dakota North Dakota State North Texas Northeastern Northeastern Oklahoma Northern Illinois Northern Iowa Occidental (Calif.) Oregon State Pacific Panhandle State (Okla.) Pepperdine

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Last First W-L-T Stk. Meeting Meeting 2-0-0 W 2 1995 (W, 62-0) 1989 6-3-0 W 4 2005 (W, 52-13) 1935 0-2-0 L 2 1991 (L, 14-49) 1989 1-0-0 W 1 1986 (W, 24-13) 1986 0-1-0 L 1 2007 (L, 21-34) 2007 1-11-0 L 9 2011 (L, 10-41) 1931 14-21-4 L 9 2012 (L, 6-63) 1915 1-0-0 W 1 1977 (W, 31-30) 1977 6-19-0 W 1 1995 (W, 32-13) 1971 0-2-0 L 2 1939 (L, 0-25) 1938 10-6-2 L 1 1981 (L, 33-35) 1935 7-1-0 L 1 2012 (L, 34-42) 1935 2-0-0 W 2 1959 (W, 26-12) 1958 2-4-0 L 4 1985 (L, 8-22) 1974 2-0-0 W 2 1970 (W, 33-0) 1969 11-4-0^ W 2 2000 (W, 49-26) 1968 5-2-0 W 1 1952 (W, 20-7) 1931 1-0-0 W 1 1966 (W, 34-16) 1966 1-0-0 W 1 2000 (L, 24-32) 2000 1-0-0 W 1 2006 (W, 66-14) 2006 0-4-0 L 4 1974 (L, 16-34) 1968 0-1-0 L 1 1967 (L, 7-13) 1967 1-1-0 W 1 1977 (W, 70-0) 1975 10-7-0 W 1 1991 (W, 22-15) 1941 10-19-0 L 5 2011 (L, 28-36) 1982 0-1-0 L 1 2003 (L, 25-48) 2003 0-1-0 L 1 1938 (L, 19-20) 1938 3-0-0 W 3 2012 (W, 69-0) 1965 1-7-2 L 4 1983 (L, 22-30) 1931 0-1-0 L 1 1996 (L, 31-42) 1996 0-1-0^ L 1 1999 (L, 29-72) 1999 1-0-0 W 1 1958 (W, 41-12) 1958 0-1-0 L 1 1972 (L, 13-20) 1972 1-0-0 W 1 1968 (W, 37-7) 1968 4-16-0 L 9 1995 (L, 14-17) 1975 32-17-1^ W 8 2012 (W, 50-10) 1951 0-1-0 L 1 1977 (L, 0-35) 1977 8-2-0 W 2 1958 (W, 47-0) 1937 3-3-0 L 1 1969 (L, 15-23) 1956 0-2-0 L 2 1973 (L, 7-37) 1972 1-2-1 W 1 1929 (W, 13-0) 1926 1-1-0 L 1 1959 (L, 7-55) 1958 1-0-0 W 1 2003 (W, 35-3) 2003 2-0-0 W 2 1997 (W, 40-6) 1992 0-1-0 L 1 2009 (L (14-38) 2009 12-34-0 W 1 2012 (W, 41-31) 1966 24-22-0^ L 1 2011 (W, 24-41) 1962 2-0-0 W 2 1927 (W, 6-0) 1926 1-0-0 W 1 1960 (W, 34-26) 1960 4-0-0 W 4 1977 (W, 37-21) 1967 3-15-1 L 9 1994 (L, 27-30) 1938 3-5-0 W 1 2012 (W, 17-14) 1971 3-24-0 L 19 2000 (L, 28-35) 1927 15-5-2 W 4 2008 (W, 68-10) 1937 1-0-0 W 1 1930 (W, 71-0) 1930 7-17-1 L 9 1982 (L, 32-34) 1930 1-1-0 W 1 1990 (W, 34-41) 1988 11-2-0 W 10 2012 (W, 12-10) 1964 3-0-0 W 3 2012 (W, 45-38) 1967 3-5-0 W 1 1981 (W, 23-17) 1971 1-0-0 W 1 1993 (W, 24-23) 1993 1-0-0 W 1 1992 (W, 21-14) 1992 0-1-0 L 1 1958 (L, 13-19) 1958 1-0-0 W 1 1968 (W, 43-14) 1968 1-3-0 L 3 2005 (L, 17-41) 1988 0-0-1 T 1 1935 (T, 0-0) 1935 0-1-0 L 1 2001 (L, 10-45) 2001 0-2-0 L 2 1984 (L, 28-38) 1983 6-3-0 W 5 1960 (W, 14-13) 1938 0-6-0 L 6 1956 (L, 12-14) 1947

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Portland State Redlands (Calif.) Sacramento State Saint Mary’s (Calif.) Sam Houston State San Diego San Diego State San Francisco State San Jose State Santa Clara Sonoma State (Calif.) South Dakota South Dakota State Southern Oregon Southern Utah Southwest Texas Stephen F. Austin St. Cloud State (Minn.) Texas A&I Texas-Arlington Texas-El Paso Texas Lutheran Texas Tech Trinity (Texas) Tulsa UC Davis UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara U.S. International (Calif.) Utah Valparaiso Weber State West Texas State Western Illinois Western New Mexico Western State (Colo.) Westminister (Utah) Whittier (Calif.) Whitworth (Wash.) Wichita State Willamette (Ore.)

15-5-0 W 1 10-2-1 W 5 10-7-0 W 1 2-0-0 W 2 2-1-0 W 2 2-0-1 T 1 0-2-0 L 2 1-0-0 W 1 0-2-0 L 2 0-2-0 L 2 1-0-0 W 1 First Meeting 1-0-0 W 1 1-0-0 W 1 11-5-0 L 2 3-0-0 W 3 1-1-0 L 1 1-0-0 W 1 1-1-0 L 1 0-2-0 L 2 0-5-1 L 5 1-0-0 W 1 0-2-0 L 2 0-2-0 L 2 1-0-0 W 1 1-0-0 W 1 2-0-0 W 2 1-1-0 L 1 1-0-0 W 1 0-1-0 L 1 1-0-0 W 1 22-26-0^ L 4 1-9-0 W 1 1-0-0 W 1 16-6-1 W 4 8-3-0 W 4 1-0-0 W 1 4-13-1 W 1 1-0-0 W 1 0-1-0 L 1 1-0-0 W 1

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2012 (W, 24-10) 1961 (W, 13-10) 2011 (W, 27-26) 2003 (W, 44-3) 2003 (W, 34-18) 1960 (T, 14-14) 1966 (L, 8-16) 1972 (W, 31-10) 1938 (L, 12-34) 1964 (L, 18-28) 1987 (W, 55-6)

1978 1928 1995 2002 2001 1956 1965 1972 1937 1961 1987

1985 (W, 24-20) 1971 (W, 2-0) 2012 (Lot, 29-35) 1999 (W, 29-26) 2004 (L, 17-24) 1997 (W, 33-10) 1981 (L, 3-26) 1965 (L, 6-27) 1947 (L, 0-40) 1973 (W, 28-14) 1939 (L, 0-54) 1972 (L, 22-37) 1987 (W, 24-20) 2012 (W, 21-7) 1975 (W, 34-30) 1936 (L, 7-13) 1976 (W, 20-0) 2006 (L, 7-45) 1993 (W, 55-13) 2011 (L, 31-34) 1969 (W, 21-20) 1967 (W, 34-0) 2010 (W, 48-0) 1998 (W, 28-9) 1956 (W, 29-0) 1967 (W, 46-29) 1969 (W, 61-0) 1947 (L, 7-55) 1958 (W, 7-0)

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Lumberjacks Game Records RUSHING YARDS (200-PLUS) 1. 322 - Jim Smith vs. Northridge, 1973 2. 316 - Chris Thornton vs. W. Illinois, 1967 3. 306 - Jim Sims vs. W. New Mexico, 1964 4. 289 - Archie Amerson vs. Portland St., 1996 5. 281 - Archie Amerson vs. Weber St., 1996 6. 270 - Marcus King vs. Portland St., 2001 7. 265 - Alex Henderson at E. Washington, 2006 8. 261 - Allan Clark vs. Montana St., 1978 9. 253 - Zach Bauman at Montana, 2012 10. 250 - Allan Clark vs. Boise St., 1978 11. 248 - Marcus King vs. E. Wash., 2001 12. 246 - Allan Clark vs. Idaho St., 1978 246 - Zach Bauman vs. Sac. State, 2011 14. 229 - Willard Reaves vs. Idaho, 1979 15. 221 - Archie Amerson vs. S. Utah, 1996 16. 219 - Giovannie Dixon vs. Portland St, 2010 17. 211 - Archie Amerson vs. Sacramento,1996 18. 210 - Bob Fowler vs. Drake, 1974 19. 208 - Jim Smith vs. Texas Lutheran, 1973 20. 206 - Archie Amerson vs. Furman, 1996 206 - Bill Tate vs. New Mexico St., 1970 22. 205 - Archie Amerson vs. Montana St., 1996 23. 200 - Kino Carson vs. Northridge, 1997 CARRIES 1. 2. 4. 6. 7. 14. 15.

46 - Marcus King vs. Port. St., 2001 39 - Archie Amerson vs. Port. St.,1996 39 - Bob Fowler vs. Drake, 1974 38 - Len Raney vs. North Texas, 1993 38 - Zach Bauman vs. Sac. State, 2011 36 - Marcus King vs. E. Wash., 2001 34 - Alex Henderson at Ole Miss, 2009 34 - Deonte Williams vs. N. Colorado, 2008 34 - Kino Carson vs. Northridge, 1997 34 - Archie Amerson vs. Mont. St., 1996 34 - Archie Amerson vs. E. Wash., 1996 34 - Levon Worley vs. Weber St., 1988 34 - Allan Clark vs. Montana St., 1978 33 - Bob Fowler vs. Idaho St., 1976 32 - Alex Henderson vs. Sou. Utah, 2010 32 - Archie Amerson vs. Weber St., 1996 32 - Archie Amerson vs. N. Mexico, 1996 32 - Allan Clark vs. Weber St., 1978 32 - Carl Golden vs. Weber St., 1976 32 - Jim Smith vs. Texas Lutheran, 1973 32 - Jim Smith vs. Montana St., 1973 32 - Jim Smith vs. Idaho St., 1973

PASSING YARDS (300-PLUS) 1. 574 - Michael Herrick vs. E. Wash., 2009 2. 474 - Travis Brown vs. Montana, 1996 3. 452 - Travis Brown vs. Weber St., 1997 4. 445 - Michael Herrick vs. Montana, 2009 5. 438 - Travis Brown vs. Sacramento, 1997 6. 431 - Jason Murrietta vs. Sac. St., 2003 7. 424 - John Bonds vs. Nicholls St., 1990 8. 420 - John Bonds vs. Montana St., 1990 420 - Greg Wyatt vs. Nevada, 1989 10. 409 - Jeff Lewis vs. Montana St., 1994 11. 401 - Travis Brown vs. Sacramento, 1999 12. 398 - Jeff Lewis vs. Cal Poly, 1994 13. 391 - Greg Wyatt vs. Idaho, 1988 14. 388 - Michael Herrick at Mont. St., 2009 15. 386 - John Bonds vs. Northern Iowa, 1990 16. 384 - Jason Murrietta vs. Sacramento St., 2006 17. 383 - Travis Brown vs. Sacramento St., 1996 18. 382 - Travis Brown vs. Montana, 1999 19. 381 - Travis Brown vs. Montana, 1998 20. 381 - Jason Murrietta at N. Colorado, 2006 21. 376 - Michael Herrick at Sac. St., 2009 22. 372 - Jason Murrietta vs. N. Iowa, 2004 23. 371 - Travis Brown vs. New Mexico, 1996 371 - Travis Brown vs. Montana St., 1999 25. 370 - Mike Mendoza vs. Nevada, 1984 26. 368 - Bob Stewart vs. Weber St., 1969 27. 366 - Travis Brown vs. Montana, 1997 28. 363 - Cary Grossart at North Dakota, 2012 363 - John Bonds vs. Idaho, 1991 30. 360 - Jason Murrietta vs. E. Wash., 2003 31. 357 - Travis Brown vs. Portland St., 1997 32. 355 - Jeff Lewis vs. Montana, 1995 355 - Cary Grossart vs. E. Washington, 2011 34. 352 - Jeff Lewis vs. Idaho, 1993

352 - Greg Wyatt vs. Angelo St., 1986 36. 347 - Jason Murrietta at Sac, 2005 37. 346 - Travis Brown vs. Weber St., 1996 38. 343 - Clint Womack vs. S. Htn. St, 2002 343 - Jeff Lewis vs. E. Washington, 1995 40. 342 - Travis Brown vs. Idaho St., 1996 342 - Jason Murrietta vs. Weber St., 2006 42. 340 - Jason Murrietta vs. Weber St., 2003 43. 339 - Jeff Lewis vs. Montana, 1994 44. 338 - Preston Parsons vs. SHSU, 2001 338 - Travis Brown vs. Idaho St., 1999 46. 337 - Travis Brown vs. Idaho St., 1997 47. 335 - Greg Wyatt vs. Montana, 1986 335 - Mike Mendoza vs. Idaho St., 1983 49. 334 - Travis Brown vs. Ga. South., 1999 334 - Jeff Lewis vs. Boise St., 1994 334 - Greg Wyatt vs. Montana St., 1989 334 - Mike Mendoza vs. Pacific, 1984 53. 338 - Jason Murrietta at Montana, 2004 54. 330 - John Bonds vs. E. Washington, 1991 55. 325 - P. Parsons vs. Chad. St., 2000 56. 324 - Travis Brown vs. Minn.-Duluth, 1997 324 - Travis Brown vs. Northridge, 1996 324 - Mike Mendoza vs. Idaho, 1983 59. 322 - John Bonds vs. Weber St., 1991 322 - John Bonds vs. Weber St., 1990 322 - Greg Wyatt vs. Montana St., 1988 62. 321 - Cary Grossart vs. Montana, 2011 63. 317 - John Bonds vs. Idaho St., 1991 317 - Greg Wyatt vs. SW Texas St., 1986 65. 313 - Craig Austin vs. Montana, 1985 66. 312 - Greg Wyatt vs. Weber St., 1986 67. 310 - Michael Herrick vs. Weber State, 2010 310 - Jeff Lewis vs. Nevada, 1994 310 - Greg Wyatt vs. Idaho, 1989 70. 307 - Jeff Lewis vs. Northridge, 1994 307 - Greg Wyatt vs. E. Washington, 1986 307 - Travis Brown vs. Weber St., 1999 73. 306 - Michael Herrick vs. Sou. Utah, 2009 74. 304 - Greg Wyatt vs. Idaho St., 1989 304 - Greg Wyatt vs. Idaho, 1988 76. 301 - Jason Murrietta at Idaho State, 2006 PASS ATTEMPTS 1. 67 - Jason Murrietta at Montana, 2004 2. 65 - Michael Herrick vs. E. Wash., 2010 2. 65 - Travis Brown vs. Montana, 1996 65 - Mike Mendoza vs. Nevada, 1984 4. 64 - Travis Brown vs. Sacramento, 1999 5. 60 - Greg Wyatt vs. Akron, 1989 6. 59 - Mike Mendoza vs. Idaho St., 1983 7. 58 - Travis Brown vs. Montana, 1998 58 - Travis Brown vs. Idaho St., 1997 58 - Jeff Lewis vs. Boise St., 1994 58 - Greg Wyatt vs. E. Washington, 1986 11. 57 - John Bonds vs. Northern Iowa, 1990

PASS COMPLETIONS 1. 47 - Michael Herrick vs. E. Wash., 2010 2. 42 - Travis Brown vs. Montana, 1996 3. 41 - Jason Murrietta at Montana., 2004 4. 39 - Greg Wyatt vs. Idaho, 1987 39 - Travis Brown vs. Sacramento, 1999 6. 38 - Mike Mendoza vs. Nevada, 1984 7. 37 - Mike Mendoza vs. Pacific, 1984 8. 34 - Michael Herrick vs. E. Wash., 2008 34 - Mike Mendoza vs. Boise St., 1984 34 - Greg Wyatt vs. E. Washington, 1986 34 - Greg Wyatt vs. SW Texas, 1986 12. 33 - Travis Brown vs. Montana, 1998 13. 33 - Jason Murrietta vs. Sac. St., 2003 14. 32 - Greg Wyatt vs. Tulsa, 1987 32 - Jeff Lewis vs. Montana, 1994 32 - Jason Murrietta at Idaho State, 2006 32 - Michael Herrick vs. Mont. St., 2010

MISCELLANEOUS Most Rushing Touchdowns 7 - Archie Amerson vs. Weber St., 1996 (FCS record) Most Passing Touchdowns 7 - Travis Brown vs. Sacramento, 1996 Highest Completion Percentage 94.7 (18-19) - Jeff Lewis vs. Northridge, 1995 Most Receptions 14-Johnny Marshall vs. Sm. Hstn. St., 2002 13-Alex Watson vs. Idaho State, 2005 13-Alex Watson vs. Portland State, 2006 13-Francis St. Paul vs. Sacramento St., 1999 13-Gibbobs St. Paul vs. Portland State, 1997 Most TD Receptions 5 - Rod Marshall vs. Abilene Christian, 1995 Most Points Scored 42 - Archie Amerson vs. Weber St., 1996 (FCS record) Most Field Goals 8 - Goran Lingmerth vs. Idaho, 1986 Most Punt Return Yards 216 - Ricky Pearsall vs. W. New Mexico, 1996 (FCS record) Most Interceptions 3 - David Moran vs. SW Texas, 1999 3 - George Duarte vs. Mont. St., 1985 3 - George Duarte vs. E. Wash., 1985 3 - Albert Circosta vs. L. Bch St., 1966 3 - Fritz Kreuzer vs. Adams St., 1965

INTERCEPTIONS 1. 5 - Travis Brown vs. Idaho St., 1997 5 - Jeff Lewis vs. Idaho, 1994 5 - John Bonds vs. Idaho St., 1990 4. 4 - Jason Murrietta at Montana, 2004 4 - Travis Brown vs. St. Cloud St., 1997 4 - Travis Brown vs. New Mexico, 1997 4 - John Bonds vs. Montana, 1991

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4 - John Bonds vs. Montana St., 1991 4 - John Bonds vs. Montana, 1990 4 - Greg Wyatt vs. Montana, 1988 4 - Greg Wyatt vs. E. Washington, 1986 4 - Greg Wyatt vs. Angelo St., 1986 4 - Mike Mendoza vs. Boise St., 1983 4 - Mike Mendoza vs. Idaho, 1983 4 - Mike Mendoza vs. Pacific, 1983

RECEIVING YARDS (150-PLUS) 1. 245 - Charlie Brown vs. Whitworth, 1969 2. 236 - T. Peterson vs. Neb.-Omaha, 1977 3. 214 - Alex Watson at Arizona State, 2006 4. 204 - Francis St. Paul vs. SW Texas, 1998 5. 200 - Rod Alexander vs. Cal Poly, 1994 6. 197 - Gibbons St. Paul vs. Idaho St., 1996 7. 194 - Ed Berry vs. E. Washington, 2009 8. 192 - Clarence Moore vs. Sac St., 2002 192 - Charlie Brown vs. Weber St., 1969 10. 191 - Shawn Collins vs. Weber St., 1986 11. 190 - Pete Mandley vs. Idaho, 1982 12. 189 - Charlie Brown vs. Montana St., 1969 13. 184 - Rod Alexander vs. Idaho, 1993 14. 182 - Ed Berry at Montana State, 2009 15. 176 - Gibbons St. Paul vs. Portland St., 1997 16. 172 - Jerry Davis vs. Montana, 1985 172 - Shawn Collins vs. Montana St., 1988 18. 166 - Jerry Avery vs. Montana St., 1990 19. 164 - Joe Taylor vs. Idaho St., 1980 164 - Pete Mandley vs. Idaho St., 1983 21. 161 - Johnny Marshall vs. Sac St., 2003 22. 159 - Clarence Moore vs. Mont. St., 2003 23. 159 - Alex Watson vs. Dixie State, 2006 24. 158 - Alex Watson vs. Idaho State, 2005 25. 156 - Julian Howard vs. Idaho St., 1989 26. 155 - Shawn Collins vs. Nicholls St., 1988 155 - Daiveun Curry-Chapman vs. PSU, 2010 28. 154 - Ricky Pearsall vs. Montana, 1996 154 - Rod Marshall vs. Abilene Christian, 1995 30. 153 - Sandy Sledge vs. Montana, 1988 31. 153 - Clarence Moore vs. SHSU, 2001 32. 152 - Sidney Smith vs. Chad. St., 2000 33. 150 - Alex Watson vs. Sacramento St, 2006 INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS 1. 140 - K.J. Gerard vs.Weber State, 2004 2. 99 - Troy Campbell vs. Idaho St., 1996 3. 97 - S. Roundtree vs. N.M. Highlands, 1991 4. 95 - Ron Cote vs. Long Beach St., 1956 5. 86 - Ray Smith vs. Montana St., 1978 6. 85 - Joe Walker vs. Portland St., 1978 7. 82 - Terry Gatewood vs. Nevada, 1984 8. 80 - R. Cabrera vs. Gustavus-Adolphus, 1958 80 - David Moran vs. SW Texas, 1999 10. 79 - Cedric Jones vs. Northridge, 1999 11. 78 - Cedric Jones vs. Northridge, 1996

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2013 Northern Arizona Football Season Records RUSHING YARDS 1. 2,079 - Archie Amerson, 1996 2. 1,474 - Marcus King, 2000 3. 1,435 - Zach Bauman, 2011 4. 1,366 - Allan Clark, 1978 5. 1,287 - Marcus King, 2001 6. 1,252 - Jim Smith, 1973 7. 1,182 - Zach Bauman, 2012 8. 1,166 - Alex Henderson, 2009 9. 1,117 - Archie Amerson, 1995 10. 1,108 - Roger Robinson, 2003* 11. 1,099 - Kino Carson, 1997 12. 1,085 - Lavon Worley, 1988 13. 1,084 - Willard Reaves, 1979 14. 1,059 - Zach Bauman, 2010 15. 1,051 - Ronney Jenkins, 1999 YARDS PER CARRY 1. 6.5 - Willard Reaves, 1977 2. 6.3 - Lionel Scott, 2007 3. 6.2 - Archie Amerson, 1996 6.2 - Gerald Robinson, 1991 5. 6.1 - Allan Clark, 1978 6. 5.9 - Alex Henderson, 2007 7. 5.8 - Archie Amerson, 1995 8. 5.7 - Marcus King, 2001 5.7 - Ronney Jenkins, 1999 5.7 - Rusty Summers, 1981 CARRIES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

333 - Archie Amerson, 1996 276 - Roger Robinson, 2003* 271 - Zach Bauman, 2011 269 - Marcus King, 2000 253 - Alex Henderson, 2009 243 - Jim Smith, 1973 237 - Zach Bauman, 2010 231 - Lavon Worley, 1988 229 - Kino Carson, 1997 225 - Zach Bauman, 2012

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 1. 25 - Archie Amerson, 1996 2. 15 - Zach Bauman, 2011 3. 14 - Zach Bauman, 2010 4. 13 - Marcus King, 2000 5. 12 - Alex Henderson, 2009 12 - Deonte Williams, 2008 12 - Archie Amerson, 1995 8. 11 - Jim Smith, 1973 11 - Willard Reaves, 1979 10. 10 - Brian Bingham, 2001 10 - Carl Golden, 1977 PASSING YARDS 1. 3,472 - Jason Murrietta, 2003* 2. 3,398 - Travis Brown, 1996 3. 3,395 - Travis Brown, 1997 4. 3,356 - Michael Herrick, 2009 5. 3,355 - Jeff Lewis, 1994 6. 3,057 - Travis Brown, 1999 7. 3,039 - John Bonds, 1990 8. 3,002 - Greg Wyatt, 1987 9. 2,862 - Greg Wyatt, 1986 9. 2,827 - Jason Murrietta, 2006 10. 2,745 - Cary Grossart, 2011 TOTAL OFFENSE 1. 3,460 - Jason Murrietta, 2003* 2. 3,395 - Jeff Lewis, 1994 3. 3,363 - Travis Brown, 1997 4. 3,336 - Travis Brown, 1996 5. 3,271 - Michael Herrick, 2009 6. 3,039 - Travis Brown, 1999 7. 2,969 - Greg Wyatt, 1987 8. 2,903 - John Bonds, 1990 9. 2,872 - Jason Murrietta, 2006

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PASS ATTEMPTS 1. 474 - Travis Brown, 1997 2. 450 - Jeff Lewis, 1994 3. 426 - Jason Murrietta, 2004 4. 420 - Travis Brown, 1999 5. 416 - John Bonds, 1990 6. 412 - Greg Wyatt, 1987 7. 412 - Jason Murrietta, 2003* 8. 411 - Travis Brown, 1996 9. 407 - Michael Herrick, 2009 10. 405 - Greg Wyatt, 1989 PASS COMPLETIONS 1. 274 - Travis Brown, 1997 2. 272 - Jeff Lewis, 1994 3. 270 - Michael Herrick, 2009 4. 268 - Greg Wyatt, 1987 5. 250 - Greg Wyatt, 1986 6. 246 - Travis Brown, 1999 7. 243 - Jason Murrietta, 2003* 8. 236 - Mike Mendoza, 1984 9. 225 - Greg Wyatt, 1989 10. 223 - Travis Brown, 1996 COMPLETION PERCENTAGE 1. 66.8 - Jeff Lewis, 1995 (209 of 313) 2. 66.7 - Cary Grossart, 2012 (180-270) 3. 66.3 - Michael Herrick, 2009 (270 of 407) 4. 65.9 - Cary Grossart, 2011 (197 of 299) 5. 65.0 - Greg Wyatt, 1987 (268 of 412) 6. 65.0 - Jason Murrietta, 2006 (214 of 329) 7. 64.7 - Michael Herrick, 2008 (97 of 150) 8. 63.4 - Michael Herrick, 2008 (97 of 150) 9. 63.2 - Mike Mendoza, 1984 (236 of 373) 10. 63.1 - Greg Wyatt, 1986 (250 of 396) YARDS PER PASS ATTEMPT 1. 8.6 - Jason Murrietta, 2006 (2,827 in 329) 2. 8.4 - Jason Murrietta, 2003* (3,472 in 423) 3. 8.3 - Travis Brown, 1996 (3,398 in 411) 4. 8.3 - Michael Herrick, 2009 (3,356 in 407) 5. 8.0 - Lance Kriesien, 2008 (1,453 in 182) 6. 7.7 - Preston Parsons, 2001 (2,267 in 296) 7.7 - Herb Daniel, 1977 (1,822 in 237) 8. 7.6 - John Bonds, 1991 (2,669 in 352) 9. 7.5 - Scott Lindquist, 1982 (2,375 in 315) 7.5 - Jeff Lewis, 1993 (2,497 in 335) 7.5 - Jeff Lewis, 1994 (3,355 in 450) TOUCHDOWN PASSES 1. 34 - Jason Murrietta, 2006 2. 31 - Travis Brown, 1999 3. 29 - Jason Murrietta, 2003* 4. 26 - Jeff Lewis, 1994 5. 24 - Greg Wyatt, 1987 24 - John Bonds, 1990 7. 23 - Travis Brown, 1996 8. 22 - Michael Herrick, 2009 22 - Jeff Lewis, 1995 10. 20 - Travis Brown, 1997 RECEIVING YARDS 1. 1,184 - Clarence Moore, 2003* 2. 1,146 - Johnny Marshall, 2003* 3. 1,134 - Charlie Brown, 1969 4. 1,091 - Hendricks Johnson, 1990 5. 1,075 - Ed Berry, 2009 6. 1,067 - Pete Mandley, 1982 7. 1,028 - Rod Alexander, 1994 8. 1,017 - Alex Watson, 2006 9. 1,016 - Shawn Collins, 1986 10. 991 - Khalil Paden, 2011 RECEPTIONS 1. 82 - Alex Watson, 2006 2. 80 - Johnny Marshall, 2003*

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75 - Ed Berry, 2009 72 - Conrad Meadows, 2009 70 - Shawn Collins, 1986 69 - Daiveun Curry-Chapman, 2010 67 - Ronney Jenkins, 1999 65 - Austin Shanks, 2010 64 - Rod Marshall, 1995 63 - Charlie Brown, 1969 63 - Rod Alexander, 1994 63 - Clarence Moore, 2003*

YARDS PER RECEPTION 1. 22.2 - Pete Mandley, 1982 2. 20.5 - Tyrone Peterson, 1977 3. 20.4 - Joe Taylor, 1980 4. 19.8 - Julian Howard, 1989 5. 19.5 - Gibbons St. Paul, 1996 6. 19.3 - Clarence Moore, 2001 19.3 - Ken Fraser, 1977 8. 18.8 - Clarence Moore, 2003* 9. 18.5 - Hendricks Johnson, 1990 10. 18.2 - Tyrone Peterson, 1978 TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 1. 15 - Alex Watson, 2006 2. 12 - Clarence Moore, 2003* 3. 11 - Hendricks Johnson, 1990 11 - Charlie Brown, 1969 5. 10 - Ronney Jenkins, 1999 6. 9 - Clarence Moore, 2002 9 - Francis St. Paul, 1999 9 - Rod Marshall, 1995 9 - Shawn Collins, 1987 9 - Shawn Collins, 1988 ALL-PURPOSE YARDS 1. 2,429 - Archie Amerson, 1996 2. 1,979 - Pete Mandley, 1982 3. 1,904 - Johnny Marshall, 2003* 4. 1,795 - Kino Carson, 1997 5. 1,791 - Marcus King, 2000 6. 1,787 - Zach Bauman, 2011 7. 1,767 - Ronney Jenkins, 1999 8. 1,696 - Marcus King, 2001 9. 1,646 - Peter Mandley, 1983 10. 1,633 - Archie Amerson, 1995

* includes NCAA I-AA playoff totals


Lumberjacks Career Records RUSHING YARDS 1. 3,794 - Marcus King, 1998-01 2. 3,676 - Zach Bauman, 2010-Pres. 3. 3,462 - Alex Henderson, 2006-09 4. 3,196 - Archie Amerson, 1995-96 5. 2,723 - Allan Clark, 1975-78 6. 2,233 - David Estrada, 1961-64 7. 2,139 - Willard Reaves, 1978-80 8. 2,022 - Carl Golden, 1975-78 9. 2,015 - Roger Robinson, 2003-04 10. 1,935 - Mike Jenkins, 1978-81 11. 1,916 - Gerald Robinson, 1990-92 YARDS PER CARRY 1. 6.4 - David Estrada, 1961-64 2. 6.3 - Lionel Scott, 2007 3. 6.2 - Giovannie Dixon, 2010 4. 6.1 - Archie Amerson, 1995-96 5. 5.7 - Ronney Jenkins, 1999 6. 5.2 - Alex Henderson, 2006-09 5.2 - Marcus King, 1998-01 5.2 - Allan Clark, 1975-78 9. 5.0 - Zach Bauman, 2010-Pres. 10. 4.9 - Willard Reaves, 1978-80 4.9 - Kino Carson, 1996-97 CARRIES 1 2 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

733 - Zach Bauman, 2010-Pres. 720 - Marcus King, 1998-01 667 - Alex Henderson, 2006-09 526 - Archie Amerson, 1995-96 520 - Allan Clark, 1975-78 437 - Willard Reaves, 1978-80 436 - Carl Golden, 1975-78 426 - Mike Jenkins, 1978-81 402 - Len Raney, 1991-94 396 - Gerald Robinson, 1990-92

PASSING YARDS 1. 11,400 - Travis Brown, 1996-99 2. 10,717 - Jason Murrietta, 2003-06* 3. 10,697 - Greg Wyatt, 1986-89 4. 9,639 - Jeff Lewis, 1992-95 5. 6,460 - Michael Herrick, 2008-10 6. 6,274 - John Bonds, 1990-92 7. 5,964 - Scott Lindquist, 1979-82 8. 4,882 - Mike Mendoza, 1983-84 9. 4,800 - Cary Grossart, 2010-12 9. 4,677 - Preston Parsons, 1998-01 10. 3,522 - Lance Kriesien, 2005-08 TOTAL OFFENSE 1. 11,267 - Travis Brown, 1996-99 2. 10,584 - Jason Murrietta, 2003-06* 3. 10,277 - Greg Wyatt, 1986-89 4. 9,769 - Jeff Lewis, 1992-95 5. 6,247 - Michael Herrick, 2008-10 6. 6,089 - John Bonds, 1990-92 7. 5,683 - Scott Lindquist, 1979-82 8. 5,098 - Mike Mendoza, 1983-84 9. 4,878 - Preston Parsons, 1998-01 10. 4,704 - Lance Kriesien, 2005-08 PASS ATTEMPTS 1. 1,577 - Travis Brown, 1996-1999 2. 1,516 - Jason Murrietta, 2003-06* 3. 1,512 - Greg Wyatt, 1986-89 4. 1,315 - Jeff Lewis, 1992-95 5. 891 - John Bonds, 1990-92 6. 863 - Michael Herrick, 2008-10 7. 810 - Scott Lindquist, 1979-82 8. 769 - Mike Mendoza 1983-84 9. 670 - Preston Parsons, 1998-01 10. 573 - Cary Grossart, 2010-12 PASS COMPLETIONS 1. 926 - Greg Wyatt, 1986-89 2. 886 - Travis Brown, 1996-99

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878 - Jason Murrietta, 2003-06* 784 - Jeff Lewis, 1992-95 561 - Michael Herrick, 2008-10 465 - Scott Lindquist, 1979-82 453 - Mike Mendoza, 1983-84 449 - John Bonds, 1990-92 380 - Cary Grossart, 2010-12 378 - Preston Parsons, 1998-01

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE 1. 66.3 - Cary Grossart, 2010-12 (200 of 304) 2. 65.0 - Michael Herrick, 2008-10 (561 of 863) 3. 61.2 - Greg Wyatt, 1986-89 (926 of 1,512) 4. 59.6 - Jeff Lewis, 1992-95 (784 of 1,315) 5. 58.9 - Mike Mendoza, 1983-84 (453 of 769) 6. 58.8 - Lance Kriesien, 2005-08 (298 of 507) 7. 57.9 -Jason Murrietta, 2003-06* (878 of 1,516) 8. 57.4 - Scott Lindquist, 1979-82 (465 of 810) 9. 56.4 - Preston Parsons, 1998-01 (378 of 670) 10. 56.2 - Travis Brown, 1996-99 (886 of 1,577) 11. 50.5 - Herb Daniel, 1976-77 (222 of 440) YARDS PER ATTEMPT 1. 8.3 - Cary Grossart, 2010-12 (4,800 in 573) 2. 7.5 - Michael Herrick, 2008-10 (6,460 in 863) 3. 7.4 - Scott Lindquist, 1979-82 (5,964 in 810) 4. 7.3 - Jeff Lewis, 1992-95 (9,639 in 1,315) 5 7.2 - Travis Brown, 1996-99 (11,400 in 1,577) 6. 7.1 - Herb Daniel, 1976-77 (3,136 in 440) 7.1 - Greg Wyatt, 1986-89 (10,697 in 1,512) 7.1 - Jason Murrietta, 2003-Pres.* (10,717 in 1516) 9. 7.0 - Preston Parsons, 1998-01 (4,677 in 670) 7.0 - John Bonds, 1990-92 (6,274 in 891) TOUCHDOWN PASSES 1. 94 - Jason Murrietta, 2003-06* 2. 86 - Travis Brown, 1996-99 3. 70 - Greg Wyatt, 1986-89 4. 67 - Jeff Lewis, 1992-95 5. 25 - Michael Herrick, 2008-10 5. 38 - John Bonds, 1990-92 6. 35 - Scott Lindquist, 1979-82 7. 33 - Cary Grossart, 2010-12 8. 29 - Mike Mendoza, 1983-84 29 - Preston Parsons, 1998-01 10. 26 - Herb Daniel, 1976-77 RECEIVING YARDS (1,000-PLUS) 1. 3,042 - Clarence Moore, 2000-03* 2. 2,764 - Shawn Collins, 1985-88 3. 2,679 - Rod Alexander, 1990-94 4. 2,599 - Pete Mandley, 1979-83 5. 2,391 - Johnny Marshall, 2000-03* 6. 2,205 - Alex Watson, 2004-07 7. 2,198 - Gibbons St. Paul, 1995-98 8. 1,966 - Tyrone Peterson, 1975-78 9. 1,950 - Hendricks Johnson, 1990-91 10. 1,887 - Jerry Davis, 1982-85 11. 1,802 - Ricky Pearsall, 1994-1997 12. 1,716 - Ed Berry, 2008-09 13. 1,710 - Sandy Sledge, 1985-88 14. 1,617 - Francis St. Paul, 1997-2000 15. 1,345 - Ken Fraser, 1977-79 16. 1,273 - Chris Warner, 1993-96 17. 1.191 - Khalil Paden, 2010-11 18. 1,154 - Ben Richardson, 1983-84 19. 1,134 - Charlie Brown, 1968-69 20. 1,066 - Daiveun Curry-Chapman, 2007-10 21. 1,060 - Jerry Avery, 1990-92 22. 1,036 - Vince Cisterna, 1947-49 23. 1,028 - Chris Baniszewski, 1986-89 RECEPTIONS 1. 201 - Shawn Collins, 1985-88 2. 196 - Alex Watson, 2004-07 3. 182 - Clarence Moore, 2000-03* 4. 173 - Johnny Marshall, 2000-03* 5. 166 - Rod Alexander, 1990-94

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156 - Gibbons St. Paul, 1995-98 149 - Pete Mandley, 1979-83 127 - Jerry Davis, 1982-85 124 - Ricky Pearsall, 1994-1997 120 - Ed Berry, 2008-09

YARDS PER RECEPTION 1. 19.0 - Ken Fraser, 1977-79 2. 17.7 - Hendricks Johnson, 1990-91 3. 17.6 - Tyrone Peterson, 1975-78 4. 17.4 - Pete Mandley, 1979-83 5. 17.3 - Sandy Sledge, 1985-88 6. 16.7 - Clarence Moore, 2000-03* 7. 16.3 - Jerry Avery, 1990-92 8. 16.1 - Rod Alexander, 1990-94 9. 14.9 - Jerry Davis, 1982-85 10. 14.3 - Ed Berry, 2008-09 14.3 - Francis St. Paul, 1997-00 TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 1. 28 - Clarence Moore, 2000-03* 2. 25 - Shawn Collins, 1985-88 3. 23 - Alex Watson, 2004-07 4. 19 - Francis St. Paul, 1997-00 5. 18 - Pete Mandley, 1979-83 18 - Gibbons St. Paul, 1995-98 7. 17 - Hendricks Johnson, 1990-91 16 - Tyrone Peterson, 1975-76 9. 14 - Alex Calderwood, 1992-95 14 - Rod Alexander, 1990-94 11. 13 - Al Rex, 1956-59 13 - Ken Fraser, 1977-79 13 - Johnny Marshall, 2000-03* POINTS SCORED 1. 307 - Robbie Dehaze, 2005-08 2. 246- Zach Bauman, 2010-Pres. 3. 243 - Matt Myers, 2008-11 4. 242 - Micky Penaflor, 1987-89 5. 228 - Archie Amerson, 1995-96 6. 221 - Paul Ernster, 2001-04* 7. 199 - Ty Dondelinger, 1998-01 199 - Terry Belden, 1990-93 9. 198 - Marcus King, 1998-01 10. 192 - Alex Henderson, 2006-09 11. 180 - Clarence Moore, 2000-03* 12. 160 - Tom Jurich, 1975-77 13. 158 - Shawn Collins, 1985-88 14. 156 - Pete Mandley, 1979-83 ALL-PURPOSE YARDS 1. 5,925 - Pete Mandley, 1979-83 2. 5,088 - Marcus King, 1998-01 3. 4,552- Zach Bauman, 2010-Pres. 4. 4,444 - Alex Henderson, 2006-09 5. 4,062 - Archie Amerson, 1995-96 6. 3,575 - Allan Clark, 1975-78 7. 3,536 - Len Raney, 1991-94 8. 3,420 - Gerald Robinson, 1990-92 9. 3,407 - Johnny Marshall, 2000-03* 10. 3,190 - Clarence Moore, 2000-03* 11. 3,011 - Roger Robinson, 2003-04 12. 2,785 - Shawn Collins, 1985-88 13. 2,612 - Francis St. Paul, 1997-00 14. 2,587 - David Estrada, 1961-64 GAMES PLAYED 1. 46 - Nick Yerton, 1998-01; Clarence Moore, 2000-03*; Jason Murrietta, 2003-06* * includes NCAA I-AA playoff totals

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2013 Northern Arizona Football Defensive Records Career Total Tackles (Since 1970) 424 James Gee, 1981-84 404 Jerry Lumpkin, 1975-78 362 Ed Hightower, 1976-78 353 Phil Cancik, 1975-79 327 Jake Crissup, 1996-99 326 Tony Cullen, 1983-86 323 Gregg Gerkin, 1978-80 320 Erik Vance, 1985-88 319 Gary Galante, 1983-86 Career Total Tackles (Since 2000) 251 Bruce Branch, 2001-05 242 Jeremy Thornburg, 2000-04 232 K.J. Gerard, 2005-08 229 Mike Sands, 1999-02 225 Keith O’Neil, 1999-02 Career Tackles for Loss (Since 1970) 64.0 James Gee, 1982-84 49.0 Keith O’Neil, 1999-02 36.0 Scott Johnson, 1986-87 32.0 Chris Hunsaker, 2005-06 29.0 John Perrigo, 2001-04 28.0 Mike Sands, 1999-02 27.0 Kaaina Keawe, 1999-22 24.5 K.J. Gerard, 2005-08 22.0 Mike Sanfrantello, 1987-89 Career Tackles for Loss (Since 2000) 49.0 Keith O’Neil, 1999-02 32.0 Chris Hunsaker, 2005-06 29.0 John Perrigo, 2001-04 28.0 Mike Sands, 1999-02 27.0 Kaaina Keawe, 1999-22 25.5 Isaac Bond, 2008-11 24.5 K.J. Gerard, 2005-08 20.5 Bruce Branch, 2001-05 14.0 Jeremy Thornburg, 2000-04 Career Sacks (Since 1970) 23.5 Isaac Bond, 2008-2011 22 Scott Johnson, 198-87 15 James Gee, 1983 15 David Smith, 1983-86 Career Sacks (Since 2000) 23.5 Isaac Bond, 2008-2011 20.0 Keith O’Neil, 1999-02 17.5 John Perrigo, 2001-04 16.5 Chris Hunsaker, 2005-06 13.5 Mike Sands, 1999-02 10.5 Tim Wilkinson, 2010-Pres. 8.5 Kaaina Keawe, 1999-22 6.5 Bruce Branch, 2001-05 5.0 Jeremy Thornburg, 2000-04 Season Total Tackles (Since 1970) 182 Greg Gerkin, 1980 174 Eric Vance, 1988 160 Darrell Jordan, 1989 156 Bill Hickman, 1982 148 Ron Thomas, 1981 146 Pete Jonovich, 1988 143 James Gee, 1983 142 Matt Palacio, 1982 Season Total Tackles (Since 1995) 131 Stacey Ellis, 1995* 122 Jake Crissup, 1997* 113 Afa Faraimo, 1998* 106 Raymond Perryman, 1999* 93 Keith O’Neil, 2001* 92 Jeremy Thornburg, 2005* 89 Jeremy Thornburg, 2004* 87 Mike Sands, 2002*

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Season Tackles for Loss (Since 1970) 27.0 James Gee, 1983* 25.0 Ben Petrucci, 1996* 25.0 James Gee, 1982* 25.0 Scott Johnson, 1987* 15.0 Kevin Kolkman, 1995* 14.5 Ben Petrucci, 1995 14.0 Nick Petrucci, 1996 14.0 Brian Loftus, 1992* 14.0 Scott Johnson, 1986* Season Tackles for Loss (Since 1995) 25.0 Ben Petrucci, 1996* 21.0 Keith O’Neil, 2002* 21.0 Chris Hunsaker, 2006* 18.0 Keith O’Neil, 2001* 16.0 Kacey Allen, 1999* 15.0 Kevin Kolkman, 1995* 15.0 Mike Sands, 2002 14.5 Ben Petrucci, 1995 14.0 Nick Peterucci, 1996 14.0 Vince Henman, 2003 13.0 Jarett Loggins, 1997* 13.0 Afa Faraimo, 1998 12.5 Nick Pettrucci, 1997 12.0 Malachi Keddington, 2000* 11.0 Lynne Ray Smith, 1999 11.0 Vincent Burns, 2000 11.0 George Asalele, 2002 11.0 Chris Hunsaker, 2005* 11.0 Vince Henman, 2004* 11.0 Isaac Bond, 2009 10.0 Kenneth Hale, 1999 10.0 Keith O’Neil, 2000 10.0 Ray Perryman, 2000 10.0 John Perrigo, 2003 9.0 Quentin Kantaris, 2012 9.0 John Perrigo, 2002 9.0 Raymond Solis, 2001 Season Sacks (Since 1970) 15.0 James Gee, 1983* 14.0 Scott Johnson, 1987* 10.5 Brian Loftus, 1992 9.0 Scott Johnson, 1986* 9.0 David Smith, 1986* 9.0 Tom Gibson, 1986* 9.0 Mark Reeve, 1992 9.0 Kyle Rath, 2010 Season Sacks (Since 1995) 11.5 Chris Hunsaker, 2006* 10.0 Kacey Allen, 1999*

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9.0 Kevin Kolkman, 1996* 9.0 Vince Henman, 2003* 9.0 Keith O’Neil, 2001* 8.5 Nick Petrucci, 1997* 8.5 Issac Bond, 2009 8.0 Raymond Solis, 2001 7.5 Terrance Petty, 1998* 7.5 Lynn Ray Smith, 1999 7.5 John Perrigo, 2003 7.5 Doug Harding, 2003 7.0 Jarrett Bilbrey, 2012* 7.0 Ben Petrucci, 1996 7.0 Vince Henman, 2004* 6.5 Tim Wilkinson, 2012 6.5 Afa Faraimo, 1998 6.5 Mike Sands, 2002* 6.0 Jarett Loggins, 1997 6.0 Keith O’Neil, 2000* 6.0 Pisa Magele, 2001 6.0 Michael Battisti, 2008 * Led the team Single Game Total Tackles (Since 1970) 24 Dick Shumway, 1980 vs. Montana 24 Pete Jonovich, 1988 vs. Boise State 24 Darrell Jordan, 1989 vs. W. New Mexico 23 Willie Pringle, 1973 vs. Texas Lutheran 23 Randy Cook, 1985 vs. South Dakota St. 23 Erik Vance, 1988 vs. Montana State 22 Gregg Gerkin, 1980 vs. Idaho State 21 Gregg Gerkin, 1980 vs. Idaho 21 Bill Hickman, 1982 vs. Idaho 21 Darrell Jordan, 1989 vs. E. Washington Single Game Total Tackles (Since 2000) 17 Jeremy Thornburg, 2004 at Montana 17 Sean Sovacool, 2004 at Idaho State 16 Mike Sands, 2002 at Montana 16 Jeff Singleton, 2005 at Weber State 14 Anders Battle, 2012 vs. UC Davis 14 Jarrett Bilbrey, 2012 vs. Cal Poly 13 Lucky Dozier, 2012 vs. Cal Poly 13 Kaaina Keawe, 2000 vs. Southern Utah 13 Bruce Branch, 2004 vs. Cal Poly 13 Stevon Thomas, 2009 vs. Montana 12 Brandon Phillips, 2012 vs. Cal Poly 12 Kaaina Keawe, 2001 at Montana State 12 D.J. Wade, 2006 at Montana Single Game Tackles for Loss (Since 1970) 5.0 Chris Hunsaker, 2006 at N. Colorado 4.0 Jarrett Bilbrey, 2012 vs. Southern Utah 4.0 Keith O’Neil, 2000 vs. Weber State 4.0 Keith O’Neil, 2001 at Sacramento State 4.0 Keith O’Neil, 2002 vs. Portland State 4.0 Chris Hunsaker, 2005 at Montana State 3.5 Vince Henman, 2004 vs. Portland State 3.5 Isaac Bond, 2009 vs. N. Colorado Single Game Sacks (Since 1999) 6.5 Kacey Allen, 1999 vs. Idaho State 3.0 Jarrett Bilbrey, 2012 vs. Southern Utah 3.0 Jarrett Bilbrey, 2011 vs. Idaho State 3.0 Keith O’Neil, 2000 vs. Weber State 3.0 Keith O’Neil, 2001 at Sacramento St. 3.0 John Perrigo, 2003 at Montana State 3.0 Chris Hunsaker, 2005 at Mont. St. 3.0 Chris Hunsaker, 2006 at N. Colo. 3.0 Chris Hunsaker, 2006 at Montana 3.0 Kyle Rath, 2008 vs. Portland St. • Active players in bold


Lumberjacks 1,000-Yard Rushing Seasons Archie Amerson (1995 & 1996) 1996 (11 Games) Att-Yds Avg TD 333-2,079 6.2

Lg 25 78

Date Opponent 8/29 W. New Mexico 9/7 New Mexico 9/14 Southern Utah 9/21 Portland St. 9/28 CS Northridge 10/5 Weber St. 10/12 Montana St. 10/19 CS Sacramento 10/26 Montana 11/2 Idaho St. 11/9 E. Washington

Att-Yds 22-159 32-197 29-221 39-289 29-92 32-281 34-205 29-211 27-119 26-138 34-167

Avg 7.2 6.2 7.6 7.4 3.2 8.8 6.0 7.3 4.4 5.3 4.9

1995 (11 Games) Att-Yds Avg 193-1,117

TD 5.8

Lg 12 58

Date Opponent 9/2 New Mexico 9/9 CS Sacramento 9/16 Abilene Christian 9/23 CS Northridge 9/30 Montana St. 10/7 Boise St. 10/14 Montana 10/21 E. Washington 10/28 Idaho St. 11/4 Idaho 11/11 Weber St.

Att-Yds 15-77 12-115 17-69 7-53 15-94 26-175 16-67 25-168 26-143 6-0 28-156

Avg 5.1 9.6 4.1 7.6 6.3 6.7 4.2 6.7 5.5 0.0 5.6

TD Lg 3 54 2 31 2 78 3 39 1 24 7 78 2 22 0 20 2 29 3 54 0 39

TD Lg 0 15 3 58 1 18 2 36 2 21 0 58 0 13 2 45 1 17 0 4 1 45

Alex Henderson (2006 & 2009) 2006 (11 games) Att-Yds Avg TD Lg 188-1,014 5.4 5 68 Date Opponent 8/31 @Arizona State 9/9 @Utah 9/16 Dixie College 9/23 @Idaho State 9/30 Montana State 10/14 @Montana 10/21 Sacramento St. 10/28 @E. Washington 11/4 Portland State 11/11 Weber State 11/18 @N. Colorado

Att-Yds 14-44 8-20 8-66 21-122 14-44 20-112 16-49 23-265 21-75 16-44 27-173

Avg 3.1 3.2 8.3 5.8 3.1 5.6 3.1 11.5 3.6 2.8 6.4

2009 (11 games) Att-Yds Avg 253-1,166

TD 4.6

Lg 12 69

Date Opponent Att-Yds 9/12 @Arizona 14-56 9/19 Southern Utah 32-168 9/26 Montana 19-47 10/3 Northern Colordo 19-160 10/10 @Montana State 12-12 10/17 @Portland State 21-97 10/24 Idaho State 17-132 10/31 @Sacramento State 24-98 11/7 @Ole Miss 34-102 11/14 @Weber State 30-111 11/21 E. Washington 31-183

Avg 4.0 5.3 2.5 8.4 1.0 4.6 7.8 4.1 3.0 3.7 5.9

TD Lg 0 14 0 20 0 36 0 53 1 15 1 27 0 16 2 68 0 24 0 16 1 36

TD Lg 0 17 3 57 0 9 1 69 0 8 2 24 2 17 1 16 2 12 0 30 1 24

Roger Robinson (2003) 2003 (13 games) Att-Yds Avg TD Lg 276-1,108 4.0 7 69

Lavon Worley (1988) 1988 (11 games) Att-Yds Avg 231-1,085

TD L 4.7 7 49

Date Opponent 8/30 Saint Mary’s 9/6 @Arizona State 9/20 @Portland State 9/27 Cal Poly 10/4 @Weber State 10/11 @Sacramento St. 10/18 Eastern Wash. 10/25 @Montana St. 11/1 Montana 11/8 Idaho State 11/15 @S. Houston St. 11/29 @McNeese State 12/6 Florida Atlantic

Date Opponent 9/3 Southern Utah St. 9/10 E. Washington 9/17 Boise St. 10/1 Idaho 10/8 Nevada 10/15 Montana 10/22 Idaho St. 10/29 Montana St. 11/3 Northern Iowa 11/12 Nicholls St. 11/19 Weber St.

Att-Yds 14-168 10-55 6-23 23-129 24-45 31-134 28-94 19-86 22-93 20-82 34-176

Avg 12.0 5.5 3.8 5.6 1.9 4.3 3.6 4.5 4.2 4.1 5.2

Willard Reaves (1979) 1979 (10 games) Att-Yds Avg 215-1,084

TD 5.0

Lg 11 70

Date Opponent 9/8 Portland St. 9/15 Idaho 9/22 Montana 9/29 Idaho St. 10/6 North Dakota St. 10/13 Weber St. 10/20 Montana St. 10/27 Northern Colo. 11/17 Cal Poly Pomona 11/24 Nevada

Att-Yds 17-116 23-229 27-115 27-107 30-164 21-63 26-71 14-70 12-76 18-73

Avg 6.8 9.9 4.3 4.0 5.5 3.0 2.7 5.0 6.3 4.1

Allan Clark 1978 (10 games) Att-Yds Avg 230-1,366

TD Lg 5.9 9 87

Date Opponent 9/2 North Dakota St. 9/9 Portland St. 9/16 Idaho St. 9/23 Montana 9/30 Idaho 10/7 Cal Poly Pomona 10/21 Northern Colo. 10/28 Montana St. 11/6 Boise St. 11/13 Weber St.

Att-Yds 9-18 21-159 27-246 22-70 15-35 16-94 18-78 34-261 36-250 32-155

Avg 2.0 7.6 9.1 3.2 2.3 5.9 4.3 7.7 6.9 4.8

TD Lg 0 -2 32 1 26 0 -0 -2 31 0 24 1 -2 87 1 15

Jimmy Smith (1973) 1973 (10 games) Att-Yds Avg 1,252

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Date Opponent 9/8 North Dakota St. 9/22 Weber St. 9/29 Montana 10/6 Louisiana Tech 10/13 Texas Lutheran 10/20 Boise St. 10/27 CS Northridge 11/3 Montana St. 11/10 UNLV 11/22 Idaho St.

Att-Yds 19-75 77 22-142 68 200 30 27-322 94 24-97 147

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Att-Yds 17-66 15-32 39-144 17-167 24-52 27-94 27-122 39-161 DNP DNP 28-108 21-63 22-99

Avg 3.9 2.2 3.7 9.8 2.2 3.5 4.5 4.1

TD Lg 1 9 0 15 1 19 2 69 1 9 0 26 0 22 1 16

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Marcus King (2000) 2000 (11 games) Att-Yds Avg 269-1,474

TD 5.5

Lg 13 61

Date Opponent 9/9 Chadron St. 9/16 CS-Northridge 9/23 at New Mexico 9/30 Portland State 10/7 at Idaho State 10/14 Weber State 10/21 at Montana 10/28 Montana St. 11/4 at E. Washington 11/11 Sacramento St. 11/18 Southern Utah

Att-Yds 28-177 28-140 21-86 27-115 24-154 31-164 16-75 22-101 23-86 28-199 21-137

Avg 6.3 5.0 4.1 4.3 6.4 5.3 4.7 4.6 3.7 7.1 6.5

Ronney Jenkins (1999) 1999 (11 games) Att-Yds Avg 184-1,051

TD Lg 5.7 7 78

Date Opponent 9/9 Cal Poly 9/18 New Mexico 9/25 SW Texas 10/2 E. Washington 10/9 Idaho St. 10/16 Montana 10/23 CS Sacramento 12/30 Montana St. 11/6 Weber St. 11/13 Portland St. 11/20 CS Northridge

Att-Yds 19-189 14-36 16-111 21-58 18-142 11-32 29-157 13-112 14-77 15-68 14-69

Kino Carson (1997) 1997 (11 games) Att-Yds Avg 229-1,099

TD Lg 4.8 9 65

Date Opponent 8/30 New Mexico 9/6 St. Cloud St. 9/20 Minn.-Duluth 9/27 Portland St. 10/4 Weber St. 10/11 Montana St. 10/18 CS Sacramento 10/25 Montana 11/1 Idaho St. 11/8 E. Washington 11/22 CS Northridge

Att-Yds 13-57 15-87 19-126 24-117 24-96 24-88 21-95 20-82 16-82 19-69 34-200

Avg 9.9 2.5 6.9 2.7 7.8 2.9 5.4 8.6 5.5 2.5 4.9

Avg 4.4 5.8 6.6 4.9 4.0 3.7 4.5 4.1 5.1 3.6 5.9

TD Lg 3 38 4 61 1 20 0 15 1 30 0 15 0 15 0 18 0 16 3 36 1 37

TD Lg 2 57 0 8 1 78 0 11 0 60 0 9 1 30 1 71 0 25 1 22 1 36

TD Lg 1 11 1 36 1 34 2 65 0 13 0 13 3 17 0 13 0 15 0 11 1 30

TD Lg 2 34 0 15 0 7 1 14 0 10 1 49 0 18 3 20 0 34 0 32 0 40

TD Lg 2 21 1 70 1 15 1 23 2 21 0 11 1 11 1 28 1 62 1 16

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2013 Northern Arizona Football Individual Records RUSHING Carries Game: Season: Career: Yards Game: Season: Career:

39 - Bob Fowler vs. Drake, 1974 39 - Archie Amerson vs. Port. St., 1996 39 - Roger Robinsoin vs. Port. St., 2003 39 - Roger Robinson vs. Cal Poly, 2003 333 - Archie Amerson, 1996 720 - Marcus King, 1998-01

PASSING

322 - Jim Smith vs. Northridge, 1973 2,079 - Archie Amerson, 1996 3,794 - Marcus King, 1998-01

Attempts Game: 65 - Travis Brown vs. Montana, 1996 65 - Mike Mendoza vs. Nevada, 1984 Season: 474 - Travis Brown, 1997 Career: 1,577 - Travis Brown. 1996-99

Yards Per Carry Season: 6.5 - Willard Reaves, 1977 (401/62) Career: 6.4 - David Estrada, 1961-64 (2,233/348) Carries Per Game Season: 30.3 - Archie Amerson, 1996 (333/11) Career: 23.9 - Archie Amerson, 1995-96 (526/22) Touchdowns Game: 7* - Archie Amerson vs. Weber St., 1996 Season: 25 - Archie Amerson, 1996 Career: 37 - Archie Amerson, 1995-96 (*FCS national record) 100-yard Games Season: 11^ - Archie Amerson, 1996 Career: 16^ - Archie Amerson, 1995-96 (^includes one FCS playoff game) Consecutive 100-yard Games Season: 7^ - Archie Amerson, 1996 Career: 7^ - Archie Amerson, 1995-96 (^includes one FCS playoff game) 200-yard Games Season: 6^ - Archie Amerson, 1996 Career: 6^ - Archie Amerson, 1995-96 (^includes one FCS playoff game) Consecutive 200-yard Games Season: 3 - Archie Amerson, 1996 Career: 3 - Archie Amerson, 1995-96

PUNTING Punts Game: Season: Career:

Punt Average (Min. 5 punts) Game: 54.0 - Mark Gould vs. Ariz., 2002 (6/324) 54.0 - Rhian Madrid vs. EWU, 2005 (7/378) Season: 48.2 - Mark Gould, 2002 (2987/62) Career: 44.8 - Mark Gould, 2000-03 (211/9,442)

11 - Mark Gould vs. Idaho St., 2002 11 - Clay Brown vs. New Mexico, 1999 11 - John Earl vs. N.M. State, 1985 11 - Dion Jargo vs. Fullerton, 1982 11 - Tony Felix vs. Nevada, 1980 11 - Jim Youngs vs. N.M. State, 1967 72 - Whit Poindexter, 1979 237 - John Earl, 1983-86

Punt Yards Game: 525 -Mark Gould vs. Idaho St., 2002 Season: 3,002 - John Earl, 1985 Career: 9,759 - Terry Belden, 1990-93

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Completions Consecutive: 18 - Jeff Lewis vs. Northridge, 1995 Game: 47 - Michael Herrick vs. E. Wash., 2009 Season: 274 - Travis Brown, 1997 Career: 926 - Greg Wyatt, 1986-89 (561 of 863) (!FCS national freshman record) Completion Percentage Game: 94.7 - Jeff Lewis vs. Northridge, 1995 (18/19) Season: 66.8 - Jeff Lewis, 1995 (209/313) Career: 65.0 - Michael Herrick, 2008-10 (9261,512) Yards Game: 574 - Michael Herrick vs. E. Wash., 2010 Season: 3,472! - Jason Murrietta, 2003 Career: 11,400 - Travis Brown, 1996-99 (!FCS freshman record) Interceptions Thrown Game: 5 - Travis Brown vs. Idaho St., 1997 5 - Jeff Lewis vs. Idaho, 1994 5 - John Bonds vs. Idaho St., 1990 Season: 24 - John Bonds, 1990 Career: 49 - Greg Wyatt, 1986-89 Lowest INT Percentage Season: 0.9% - Jeff Lewis, 1995 (3/313) Career: 1.8%* - Jeff Lewis, 1992-95 (24/1,315) (*FCS national record) Touchdowns Game: 7 - Travis Brown vs. Sacramento, 1996 Season: 34 - Jason Murrietta, 2006 Career: 86 - Travis Brown, 1996-99 300-yard Games Season: 7 - Jeff Lewis, 1994 Career: 19^ - Travis Brown, 1996-99 (^includes one FCS playoff game) Consecutive 300-yard Games Season: 5 - Travis Brown, 1999 5 - Greg Wyatt, 1986 Career: 5 - Travis Brown, 1996-99 5 - Greg Wyatt, 1986-89

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400-yard Games Season: 2 - Travis Brown, 1997 2 - John Bonds, 1990 Career: 4 - Travis Brown, 1996-99

RECEIVING Receptions Game: 14 - Johnny Marshall vs. Sam Houston St., 2002 Season: 82 - Alex Watson, 2006 Career: 201 - Shawn Collins, 1985-88 Yards Game: Season: Career:

245 - Charlie Brown vs. Whitworth, 1969 1,184 - Clarence Moore, 2003 2,764 - Shawn Collins, 1985-88

Yards Per Reception Game: 34.0 - Francis St. Paul vs. (min. 5) SW Texas, 1998 (6/204) Season: 21.7 - Pete Mandley, 1982 (49/1,067) Career: 19.0 - Ken Fraser, 1977-79 (71/1,345) Touchdowns Game: 5 - Rod Marshall vs. Abilene Christian, 1995 Season: 15 - Alex Watson, 2006 12 - Clarence Moore, 2003 11 - Hendricks Johnson, 1990 11 - Charlie Brown, 1969 Career: 28 - Clarence Moore, 2000-03 100-yard Games Season: 8 - Hendricks Johnson, 1990 Career: 12 - Hendricks Johnson, 1990-91 Consecutive 100-yard Games Season: 8 - Hendricks Johnson, 1990 Career: 8 - Hendricks Johnson, 1990-91 Total Yards Game: 358 - Jim Smith vs. Northridge, 1973 Season: 2,429 - Archie Amerson, 1996 Career: 5,925 - Pete Mandley, 1979-83

ALL-PURPOSE Total Yards Game: 445 - Travis Brown vs. Montana, 1996 Season: 3,395 - Jeff Lewis, 1994 Career: 11,267 - Travis Brown, 1996-99 TOTAL OFFENSE Plays from Scrimmage Game: 75 - Travis Brown vs. Montana, 1996 Season: 557 - Jeff Lewis, 1994 Career: 1,772 - Greg Wyatt, 1986-89


Lumberjacks Individual Records KICKOFFS Returns Season: 32 - Gerald Robinson, 1990 Career: 85 - Pete Mandley, 1979-83 Return Yards Game: 219 - Jim Fuller vs. N.M. State, 1967 Season: 660 - Randy Ferrell, 1974 Career: 1,986 - Pete Mandley, 1979-83 Return Average Game: 54.7 - Randy Ferrell vs. Drake, 1974 Season: 32.8 - Randy Ferrell, 1975 Career: 29.5 - Randy Ferrell, 1974-75 Touchdowns Game: 1 - several players; last by Alex Henderson vs. Dixie College, 2006 Season: 2 - Randy Ferrell, 1975 Career: 3 - Len Raney, 1991-94 3 - Randy Ferrell, 1974-75 Returns Season: 41 - DeJuan Robinson, 1986 Career: 80 - Pete Mandley, 1979-83 Return Yards Game: 216* - Ricky Pearsall vs. Western New Mexico, 1996 Season: 490 - Ricky Pearsall, 1996 Career: 901 - Pete Mandley, 1979-83 (*I-AA record) Best Return Average Game: 61.5 - Joe Jackson vs. Cal Poly Pomona, 1969 (2/122) Season: 18.1 - Ray Smith, 1976 (14/254) Career: 16.0 - Ray Smith, 1974-76 (27/434)

Lumberjacks By The Decade Years Record Pct. 1915-1919 11-6-0 .647 1920-1929 42-21-4 .657 1930-1939 30-39-10 .443 1940-1949 22-42-3 .351 1950-1959 46-45-1 .511 1960-1969 54-39-5 .577 1970-1979 50-54-0 .481 1980-1989 47-62-0 .431 1990-1999 58-54-0 .518 2000-2009 56-57-0 .500 2010-Pres. 18-15-0 .545

Career:

77 - Micky Penaflor, 1987-89

Touchdowns Game: 2 - Ricky Pearsall vs. Western New Mexico, 1996 2 - Joe Jackson vs. Cal Poly Pomona, 1969 Season: 2 - Ricky Pearsall, 1996 2 - Pete Mandley, 1982 2 - Ray Smith, 1975 2 - Joe Jackson, 1969 Career: 3 - Pete Mandley, 1979-83 3 - Ray Smith, 1974-76

Best Extra-point Percentage Season: 100 - Robbie Dehaze, 2005 (28/28) 100 - Micky Penaflor, 1989 (32/32) 100 - Micky Penaflor, 1988 (33/33) 100 - Goran Lingmerth, 1985 (18/18) 100 - Monte Varah, 1978 (22/22) Career: 97.0 - Micky Penaflor, 1987-89 (98/101) 96.5 - Robbie Dehaze, 2005-08 (139/144)

Points Game: 42* - Archie Amerson vs. Weber St., 1996 Season: 156 - Archie Amerson, 1996 Career: 302 - Robbie Dehaze, 2005-08 (*I-AA record)

Field Goals Game: 8* - Goran Lingmerth vs. Idaho, 1986 Season: 23 - Goran Lingmerth, 1986 Career: 56 - - Robbie Dehaze, 2005-08 (*I-AA record)

Touchdowns Game: 7* - Archie Amerson vs. Weber St., 1996 Season: 26 - Archie Amerson, 1996 Career: 38 - Archie Amerson, 1995-96 (*I-AA record)

Best Field-Goal Percentage Season: 84.6 - Goran Lingmerth, 1986 (23/29) Career: 77.4 - Micky Penaflor, 1986-89 (48/62)

Extra Points Game: 10 - Tom Jurich vs. E. Montana, 1977 Season: 48 - Mark Jagodzinski, 1996 Career: 139 - Robbie Dehaze, 2005-08

Kicking Points Game: 24* - Goran Lingmerth vs. Idaho, 1986 Season: 101 - Paul Ernster, 2003 93 - Goran Lingmerth, 1986 Career: 302 - Robbie Dehaze, 2005-08 (*I-AA record)

Extra-point Attempts Game: 10 - Tom Jurich vs. E. Montana, 1977 Season: 53 - Mark Jagodzinski, 1996 Career: 144 - Robbie Dehaze, 2005-08 Consecutive Extra Points Game: 10 - Tom Jurich vs. E. Montana, 1977 Season: 39 - Ty Dondelinger, 1999

Largest Big Sky Victories Points Opponent 51 @Northern Colorado 40 at Idaho State 37 Montana State 35 Portland State 35 Boise State 33 Montana State 32 Sacramento State 31 @Montana State 29 Montana State 29 @Idaho State 28 @Idaho State 27 Idaho State 26 @Weber State 25 Idaho State 25 Weber State

Winning Streak 5 (1916) 11 (1928-29) 6 (1932-33) 2 (several times) 15 (1957-58) 6 (1962) 8 (1978-79) 4 (1987) 7 (1992-93) 6 (2008) 8 (2012)

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Score Year 54-3 2006 50-10 2012 37-0 1995 56-21 1997 42-7 1977 54-21 1987 42-10 2008 49-18 1996 49-20 1999 36-7 1973 42-14 1995 34-7 1976 36-10 1977 51-26 2001 32-7 1980

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2013 Northern Arizona Football Team Records rushing Rushes Game: 70 vs. Western New Mexico, 1963 Season: 579 in 1979 Average: 52.6 in 1979 Yards Game: 560 vs. Western New Mexico, 1963 Season: 2,783 in 1964 Average: 309.2 in 1964 Touchdowns Game: 9 vs. Cal State Northridge, 1973 Season: 39 in 1996 passing Attempts Game: 67 vs. Northern Iowa, 2004 65 vs. Montana, 1996 65 vs. Nevada, 1984 Season: 483 in 1997 Average: 43.9 in 1997 Completions Game: 42 vs. Montana, 1996 Season: 279 in 1994 Average: 25.4 in 1994 Yards Game: 574 vs. E. Washington, 2009 474 vs. Montana, 1996 Season: 3,467 in 1994 Average: 315.2 in 1994 Interceptions Thrown Game: 5 vs. Idaho State, 1997 5 vs. Idaho, 1994 5 vs. Montana, 1990 5 vs. Idaho State, 1990 5 vs. Northern Colorado, 1978 Season: 24 in 1990 24 in 1958

scoring Touchdowns Game: 11 vs. Cal State Northridge, 1973 (8 rush, 2 pass, 1 return) Season: 63 in 1996 (34 rush, 23 pass, 6 return)

defense Fewest Points Allowed Game: 0, many times; last at Portland State, 2003 Season: 98 in 1958 Average: 7.2 in 1957

Converted Field Goals Game: 8 vs. Idaho, 1986 Season: 23 in 1986

Fewest Total Yards Allowed Game: 15 vs. Cal Poly Pomona, 1977 Season: 1,717 in 1957

Converted Extra Points Game: 10 vs. Western New Mexico, 1996 10 vs. Eastern Montana, 1977 Season: 51 in 1996

Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed Game: -39 vs. Cal Poly Pomona, 1977 Season: 658 in 2008; 706 in 1957

punting Points Scored Game: 80 vs. Phoenix College, 1928 Season: 506 in 1996 Average: 42.2 in 1996 Punts Game: Season:

11 vs. New Mexico, 1999 11 vs. Montana State, 1986 11 vs. Cal State Fullerton, 1982 11 vs. New Mexico State, 1967 70 in 1998

Yards Game: Season:

490 vs. Idaho, 1979 2,994 in 1979

Average Game: 63.3 vs. Southern Utah, 1996 Season: 48.0 in 2004 46.1 in 2002 Punt Returns Game: 12* vs. Cal State Northridge, 1993 Season: 45 in 1983 (*I-AA national record)

total offense Touchdowns Game: 7 vs. Cal State Sacramento, 1996 Season: 32 in 1999

Punt-Return Yardage Game: 322* vs. W. New Mexico, 1996 Season: 598 in 1996 (*I-AA national record)

Plays from Scrimmage Game: 102 vs. Montana, 1996 Season: 1007 in 2003 Average: 81.2 in 1994

Punt-Return Average Game: 32.2* vs. W. New Mexico, 1996 (322/10) (Min. 3 returns) Season: 16.6 in 1996 (598/36) (*I-AA national record)

Yards Game: 774 vs. E. Washington, 2009 772 vs. N. Mexico Highlands, 2008 674 vs. Nevada, 1989 Season: 5,751 in 1996 Average: 522.8* in 1996 (*Division I-AA national leader)

total offense Kickoff Returns Game: 10 vs. Montana State, 1990 Season: 56 in 1990 Kickoff-Return Yardage Game: 237 vs. Nevada, 1987 Season: 1,264 in 1990 Kickoff-Return Average Game: 49.0 vs. Weber State, 1988 (147/3) (Min. 3 returns) Season: 25.3 in 1991 (1,138/45)

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Fewest Passing Yards Allowed Game: 0 vs. Cal Poly Pomona, 1978 0 vs. Idaho State, 1961 Season: 755 in 1959 Most Points Allowed Game: 108 vs. New Mexico, 1916 Season: 404 in 1991 Average: 36.7 in 1991 Most Total Yards Allowed Game: 828 vs. Weber State, 1993 Season: 5,278 in 1991 Most Rushing Yards Allowed Game: 559 vs. Georgia Southern, 1999 Season: 2,816 in 2002 Most Passing Yards Allowed Game: 575 vs. Weber State, 1993 Season: 3,215 in 1989 consecutive Most Consecutive Wins Season: 11 in 1958 All-time: 15 in 1957-58 Most Consecutive Losses Season: 9 in 1955 All-time: 13 in 1954-55 Most Consecutive Home Wins Season: 6 in 1996, 1977 All-time: 12 in 1957-60 (Unbeaten streak: 18, 1925-30-includes 2 ties) Most Consecutive Home Losses Season: 4 in 1975, 1955 All-time: 7 in 1954-56 Most Consecutive Road Wins Season: 5 in 2012, 1999 All-time: 7 in 1956-58, 1928-30 Most Consecutive Road Losses Season: 6 in 1982, 1950, 1947 All-time: 16 in 1949-53 (Winless streak: 31, 1946-53 - includes 2 ties) Most Consecutive League Wins Season: 6 in 1978 All-time: 12 in 1956-59 Most Consecutive League Losses Season: 6 in 1975, 1940 All-time: 14 in 1938-41


Lumberjacks Walkup Skydome Records Team Bests Best NAU Record 1.000 (5-0) in 1978

Most Punt Return Yards 322 by NAU vs. W. New Mexico, 1996 (I-AA national record)

Most NAU Wins, Season 8 in 2013

Most Kickoff Returns 9 by NAU vs. Idaho, 1987 9 by Sonoma St. vs. NAU, 1987

Most Consecutive NAU Wins, Season 8 in 2013 Most Consecutive NAU Wins, All-Time 8 in 2013 8 in 1978-79 (5-0 in 1978, 1st 3 in 1979) Biggest NAU Win 75-0 over W. New Mexico, 1996 Worst NAU Record .333 (2-4) in 1989 Most NAU Losses, Season 4 in 2000, 1992, 1989, 1985 Most Consecutive NAU Losses, Season 3 in 1992, 1991, 1989, 1985, 1984 Most Consecutive NAU Losses, All-Time 4 in 1985-86 (last 3 in 1985, 1st in 1986) 4 in 1991-92 (last 3 in 1991, 1st in 1992) Worst NAU Loss 35-0 to Jacksonville State, 1977 Most Points Scored 75 by NAU vs. W. New Mexico, 1996 Most Total Offensive Yards 774 by NAU vs. E. Washington, 2009 772 by NAU vs. N.M. Highlands, 2008 674 by NAU vs. Nevada, 1989 Most Total Plays 99 by Idaho St. vs. NAU, 1996 99 by South Dakota St. vs. NAU, 1985 Most Rushing Attempts 74 by Jacksonville St. vs. NAU, 1977 Most Rushing Yards 419 by NAU vs. Eastern Montana, 1977 Most Rushing Touchdowns 7 by NAU vs. Weber St., 1996

Most Kickoff Return Yards 237 by NAU vs. Nevada, 1987 Most Interception Return Yards 140 by NAU vs. Weber State, 2004 Most Touchdowns 10 by NAU vs. W. New Mexico, 1996 10 by NAU vs. Eastern Montana, 1977

5 by Morris Bledsoe, Weber St. vs. NAU, 1978

Most Touchdown Passes 7 by Travis Brown, NAU vs. CS Sacramento, 1996 Most Receptions 14 by Johnny Marshall, NAU vs. Sam Houston St.,

2002

Most Reception Yards 236 by Tyrone Peterson, NAU vs. Nebraska-Omaha, 1977 Most Receiving Touchdowns 5 by Rod Marshall, NAU vs. Abilene Christian, 1995 Most Punts 12 by Albert Razo, CS Northridge vs. NAU, 1993

Most Made Field Goals 6 by NAU vs. Northern Iowa, 1988

Most Punting Yards 545 by Albert Razo, CS Northridge vs. NAU, 1993

Most Field Goal Attempts 7 by NAU vs. Northern Iowa, 1988

Highest Punting Average (min. 3 punts) 63.3 by Mark Jagodzinski, NAU vs. Southern Utah, 1996

Most Made Extra Points 10 by NAU vs. W. New Mexico, 1996 10 by NAU vs. Eastern Montana, 1977 Most First Downs 35 by NAU vs. Nicholls St., 1990 Fewest Total Yards Allowed 80 by NAU vs. CS Northridge, 1984 Fewest Passing Yards Allowed 0 by NAU vs. Cal Poly Pomona, 1978 Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed -8 by Idaho St. vs. NAU, 1984 Most Fumbles 8 by NAU vs. Jacksonville St., 1977 Most Fumbles Lost 5 by Southwest Texas St. vs. NAU, 1986 5 by CS Fullerton vs. NAU, 1977 Most Penalties 19 by Idaho vs. NAU, 1993 Most Penalty Yards 200 by NAU vs. Idaho, 1981

Most Punt Returns 8 by Alex Calderwood, NAU vs. CS Northridge, 1993 Most Punt Return Yards 216 by Ricky Pearsall, NAU vs. W. New Mexico, 1996 (I-AA national record) Most Kickoff Returns 7 by Michael Haynes, NAU vs. Idaho, 1987 Most Kickoff Return Yards 217 by Michael Haynes, NAU vs. Idaho, 1987 Most Interceptions 3 by George Duarte, NAU vs. Montana St., 1985 Most Interception Return Yards 140 by K.J. Gerard, NAU vs. Weber State, 2004 Most Total Touchdowns 7 by Archie Amerson, NAU vs. Weber St., 1996 (I-AA national record) Most Converted Field Goals 6 by Micky Penaflor, NAU vs. Northern Iowa, 1988 Most Field-Goal Attempts 7 by Micky Penaflor, NAU vs. Northern Iowa, 1988

Most Passing Attempts 68 by Nebraska-Omaha vs. NAU, 1977 66 by NAU vs. E. Washington, 2009

individual bests Most Points Scored 42 by Archie Amerson, NAU vs. Weber St., 1996 (I-AA national record)

Most Completions 47 by NAU vs. E. Washington, 2009 41 by NAU vs. Northern Iowa, 2004

Most Total Offense 425 by Leonard Valentine, Nicholls St. vs. NAU, 1990

Longest Rush Play 87 yards by Allan Clark, NAU vs. Boise St., 1978

Most Rushes 38 by Len Raney, NAU vs. N. Texas, 1993

Longest Pass Play 99 yards, John Bonds to Hendricks Johnson, NAU vs. Boise State, 1990

Most Passing Yards 574 by NAU vs. E. Washington, 2009 469 by Nebraska-Omaha vs. NAU, 1977 Most Interceptions Thrown 6 by Southern Utah vs. NAU, 1983 Most Touchdown Passes 7 by NAU vs. CS Sacramento, 1996 Most Return Yards 366 by NAU vs. W. New Mexico, 1996 Most Punts 13 by CS Northridge vs. NAU, 1993 Most Punting Yards 545 by CS Northridge vs. NAU, 1993 Highest Punting Average (min. 3 punts) 63.3 by NAU vs. Southern Utah, 1996 Most Punt Returns 12 by NAU vs. CS Northridge, 1993 (I-AA national record)

Most Rushing Yards 281 by Archie Amerson, NAU vs. Weber St., 1996 Most Rushing TDs 7 by Archie Amerson of NAU vs. Weber St., 1996 (I-AA national record) Most Passing Attempts 67 by Jason Murrietta, NAU vs. NIU, 2004 65 by Michael Herrick, NAU vs. E. Wash., 2009 58 by Jeff Lewis, NAU vs. Boise St., 1994 58 by Greg Wyatt, NAU vs. E. Wash., 1986 Most Passes Completed 47 by Michael Herrick, NAU vs. E. Wash., 2009 41 by Jason Murrietta, NAU vs. NIU, 2004 39 by Greg Wyatt, NAU vs. Idaho, 1987 Most Passing Yards 574 by Michael Herrick, NAU vs. E. Wash., 2009 424 by John Bonds, NAU vs. Nicholls St., 1990

Most Converted Extra Points 10 by Tom Jurich, NAU vs. Eastern Montana, 1977

Longest Punt Return 99 yards by Marcus Bonner, Texas A&I vs. NAU, 1980 Longest Kickoff Return 100 yards by Len Raney, NAU vs. Idaho State, 1994 100 yards by Anthony Brown, S. Utah vs. NAU, 1994 100 yards by Lavaugh Macon, N.M. Highlands vs. NAU, 2008 Longest Interception Return 99 yards by Troy Campbell, NAU vs. Idaho St., 1996 Longest Punt 81 yards by Terry Belden, NAU vs. Northeastern, 1992 Longest Field Goal 60 yards by Terry Belden, NAU vs. CS Northridge, 1993

Most Passes Intercepted 5 by John Bonds, NAU vs. Idaho St., 1990

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2013 Northern Arizona Football Longest Plays All Plays 100 - Kickoff return, Len Raney vs. Idaho State, 1994 100 - Kickoff return, Randy Ferrell vs. Drake, 1974 99 - Interception return, Troy Campbell vs. Idaho State, 1996 99 - Pass, John Bonds to Hendricks Johnson vs. Boise St., 1990 99 - Kickoff return, Darren Carrington vs. Weber State, 1988 98 - Kickoff return, Randy Ferrell vs. UC Riverside, 1973 98 - Kickoff return, Angel Salas vs. La Verne, 1956 97 - Interception return, Sean Roundtree vs. N.M. Highlands, 1991 96 - Kickoff return, Len Raney vs. Eastern Washington, 1991 96 - Pass, Greg Wyatt to Shawn Collins vs. Montana State, 1988 96 - Pass, Herb Daniel to Tyrone Peterson vs. Neb.-Omaha, 1977 95 - Interception return, Ron Cote vs. Long Beach State, 1956 93 - Kickoff return, Randy Ferrell vs. Eastern Montana, 1975 92 - Pass, Travis Brown to Francis St. Paul vs. Montana, 1999 90 - Kickoff return, Len Raney vs. Southern Utah, 1992 90 - Punt return, Ray Smith vs. Weber State, 1976 90 - Punt return, Jim Fuller vs. West Texas State, 1966 89 - Punt return, Chuck Willig vs. Montana, 1979 89 - Pass, Bill Holst to Ken Fraser vs. Portland State, 1978 88 - Fumble return, Jim Oman vs. New Mexico Highlands, 1963 87 - Pass, John Bonds to Jerry Avery vs. Montana State, 1990 87 - Rush, Allan Clark vs. Boise State, 1978 86 - Pass, Preston Parsons to Clar. Moore at S.H. St., 2001 86 - Punt return, Bob Jenkins vs. Nevada, 1983 86 - Interception return, Ray Smith vs. Montana State, 1978 86 - Rush, Jim Bulland vs. Idaho State, 1973 86 - Rush, Jim Smith vs. Cal State Northridge, 1973 85 - Punt return, Pete Mandley vs. Fresno State, 1983 85 - Interception return, Joe Walker vs. Portland State, 1978 84 - Pass, Herb Daniel to Tyrone Peterson vs. CS Fullerton, 1976 82 - Interception return, Terry Gatewood vs. Nevada, 1984 82 - Rush, Zach Bauman vs. Portland State, 2010 81 - Pass, Greg Wyatt to Michael Haynes vs. Montana, 1986 81 - Pass, Michael Herrick to Ed Berry vs. N. Colorado, 2009 80 - Pass, Greg Wyatt to David Lang vs. Nevada, 1989 80 - Pass, Mike Mendoza to Pete Mandley vs. Idaho State, 1983 80 - Pass, Herb Daniel to Ken Fraser vs. Eastern Montana, 1977 80 - Interception return, Rudy Cabrera vs. Gustavus-Adolphus, 1958

Punts 84 - Bob Martin vs. Boise State, 1975 81 - Terry Belden vs. Northeastern, 1992 79 - Rusty Tillman vs. Weber State, 1968 78 - Mark Gould vs. Montana State, 2000 77 - Mark Jagodzinski vs. Southern Utah, 1996 77 - Terry Belden vs. Idaho, 1992 76 - Terry Belden vs. Southern Utah, 1993 76 - Joe Perez vs. Idaho State, 1963 75 - Terry Belden vs. Weber State, 1992 75 - John Earl vs. Nevada, 1985 75 - Jim Youngs vs. West Texas State, 1966 74 - Mark Jagodzinski vs. Southern Utah, 1996 74 - Bob Martin vs. Boise State, 1976 72 - Rhian Madrid vs. Montana, 2006 71 - Rhian Madrid vs. Idaho State, 2005 71 - Rhian Madrid vs. Eastern Washington, 2005 71 - Paul Ernster at Eastern Washington, 2004 71 - Bob Martin vs. Idaho State, 1975 70 - Jason Murrietta at Idaho State, 2004 70 - John Earl vs. Weber State, 1984 70 - Drew Zamora vs. Montana State, 2010 70 - Drew Zamora vs. Portland State, 2010 Punt Returns 90 - Jim Fuller vs. West Texas State, 1966 90 - Ray Smith vs. Weber State, 1976 89 - Chuck Willig vs. Montana, 1979 86 - Bob Jenkins vs. Nevada, 1983 85 - Pete Mandley vs. Fresno State, 1983 75 - Austin Shanks vs. at UNLV, 2013 73 - Alex Calderwood vs. Cal State Northridge, 1993 73 - Ryan Thornton vs. Montana, 2002 67 - Ricky Pearsall vs. Western New Mexico, 1996 66 - Matt Estrada vs. Southern Utah, 2010 57 - Pete Mandley vs. Southern Utah, 1982 56 - Joe Walker vs. Idaho, 1978 52 - Rod Alexander vs. Southern Utah, 1993 51 - Ricky Pearsall vs. Western New Mexico, 1996 50 - Alex Calderwood vs. Weber State, 1994

Runs From Scrimmage 87 - Allan Clark vs. Boise State, 1978 86 - Jim Smith vs. Cal State Northridge, 1973 86 - Jim Bulland vs. Idaho State, 1973 82 - Zach Bauman vs. Portland State, 2010 79 - Ken Fraser vs. Augustana (S.D.), 1977 78 - Ronney Jenkins vs. Southwest Texas, 1999 78 - Archie Amerson vs. Weber State, 1996 78 - Archie Amerson vs. Southern Utah, 1996 77 - Mike Jenkins vs. Idaho State, 1980 76 - Carl Golden vs. Augustana (S.D.), 1977 75 - Giovannie Dixon vs. Portland State, 2010 74 - Len Raney vs. Southern Utah, 1994 74 - Len Raney vs. Northeastern, 1992 72 - Jay Carter vs. Idaho State, 1995 71 - Ronney Jenkins vs. Montana State, 1999 71 - Willard Reaves vs. Idaho, 1980 70 - David Lang vs. Nevada, 1989 70 - Willard Reaves vs. Idaho, 1979

Kickoff Returns 100 - Len Raney vs. Idaho State, 1994 100 - Randy Ferrell vs. Drake, 1974 99 - Darren Carrington vs. Weber State, 1988 98 - Randy Ferrell vs. Cal-Riverside, 1973 98 - Angel Salas vs. La Verne, 1956 96 - Len Raney vs. Eastern Washington, 1991 93 - Randy Ferrell vs. Eastern Montana, 1975 90 - Len Raney vs. Southern Utah, 1992 interception returns 99 - Troy Campbell vs. Idaho State, 1996 97 - Sean Roundtree vs. New Mexico Highlands, 1991 95 - Ron Cote vs. Long Beach State, 1956 86 - Ray Smith vs. Montana State, 1978 85 - Joe Walker vs. Portland State, 1978 82 - Terry Gatewood vs. Nevada, 1984 80 - Rudy Cabrera vs. Gustavus-Adolphus, 1958 79 - K.J. Gerard vs. Weber State, 2004 79 - Cedric Jones vs. Cal State Northridge, 1999 78 - Cedric Jones vs. Cal State Northridge, 1996

Pass Plays 99 - John Bonds to Hendricks Johnson vs. Boise State, 1990 96 - Greg Wyatt to Shawn Collins vs. Montana State, 1988 96 - Herb Daniel to Tyrone Peterson vs. Nebraska-Omaha, 1977 92 - Travis Brown to Francis St. Paul vs. Montana, 1999 89 - Bill Holst to Ken Fraser vs. Portland State, 1978 87 - John Bonds to Jerry Avery vs. Montana State, 1990 86 - Preston Parsons to Clar. Moore at S.H. St., 2001 84 - Herb Daniel to Tyrone Peterson vs. Cal State Fullerton, 1976 81 - Pass, Michael Herrick to Ed Berry vs. N. Colorado, 2009 81 - Greg Wyatt to Michael Haynes vs. Montana, 1986 80 - Greg Wyatt to David Lang vs. Nevada, 1989 80 - Mike Mendoza to Pete Mandley vs. Idaho State, 1983 80 - Herb Daniel to Ken Fraser vs. Eastern Montana, 1977

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Field Goals 60 - Terry Belden vs. Cal State Northridge, 1993 55 - Kevin O’Leary vs. Montana, 1995 55 - Goran Lingmerth vs. Weber State, 1986 55 - Mark Diamond vs. New Mexico, 1982 55 - Gary Galati vs. Weber State, 1973 54 - Terry Belden vs. Eastern Washington, 1993 54 - Terry Belden vs. Cal State Northridge, 1993 54 - Tom Jurich vs. Weber State, 1977 54 - Tom Jurich vs. Montana, 1977

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Lumberjacks Annual Leaders RUSHING 2012 Zach Bauman 2011 Zach Bauman 2010 Zach Bauman 2009 Alex Henderson 2008 Deonte Williams 2007 Alex Henderson 2006 Alex Henderson 2005 Philo Sanchez 2004 Roger Robinson 2003 Roger Robinson 2002 Philo Sanchez 2001 Marcus King 2000 Marcus King 1999 Ronney Jenkins 1998 Marcus King 1997 Kino Carson 1996 Archie Amerson 1995 Archie Amerson 1994 Len Raney 1993 Len Raney 1992 Gerald Robinson 1991 Gerald Robinson 1990 Gerald Robinson 1989 David Lang 1988 Lavon Worley 1987 Charles Matthews 1986 Allan Rouse 1985 Jonas Eldridge 1984 Jerry Holder 1983 Jerry Holder 1982 Elbert “Bo” Perry 1981 Rusty Summers 1980 Willard Reaves 1979 Willard Reaves 1978 Allan Clark 1977 Carl Golden 1976 Carl Golden 1975 Chris Mangold 1974 Eric Days 1973 Jimmy Smith 1972 Tom Rogers 1971 Danny White

1,182 1,435 1,059 1,166 950 899 1,014 445 907 1,108 445 1,287 1,474 1,051 544 1,099 !2,079 1,117 542 592 635 727 554 521 1,085 445 507 345 295 602 680 775 628 1,084 1,336 704 *731 656 656 *1,252 755 620

RECEIVING 2012 Dejzon Walker 2011 Khail Paden 2010 D. Curry-Chapman 2009 Ed Berry 2008 Ed Berry 2007 Alex Watson 2006 Alex Watson 2005 Alex Watson 2004 Raufeem Jackson 2003 Clarence Moore 2002 Clarence Moore 2001 Clarence Moore 2000 Sidney Smith 1999 Ronney Jenkins 1998 Francis St.Paul 1997 Ricky Pearsall 1996 Gibbons St. Paul 1995 Rod Marshall 1994 Rod Alexander 1993 Rod Alexander 1992 Christian Cervantes 1991 Hendricks Johnson 1990 Hendricks Johnson 1989 David Lang 1988 Shawn Collins 1987 Shawn Collins 1986 Shawn Collins 1985 Jerry Davis 1984 Jerry Davis 1983 Pete Mandley 1982 Pete Mandley 1981 Rusty Summers 1980 Pete Mandley 1979 Mike Jenkins 1978 Tyrone Peterson 1977 Ken Fraser 1976 Tyrone Peterson 1975 Tyrone Peterson 1974 Kevin Riley 1973 Rick Wilson 1972 Walt Mannon 1971 Walt Mannon

505 991 738 1,075 641 611 1,017 566 540 1,184 925 644 503 716 767 765 975 732 *1,028 871 521 859 1,086 447 *882 653 1,016 788 663 842 1,067 582 582 242 618 636 519 223 474 438 359 628

ALL-PURPOSE 2012 Zach Bauman 2011 Zach Bauman 2010 Zach Bauman 2009 Alex Henderson 2008 Conrad Meadows 2007 Alex Henderson 2006 Alex Henderson 2005 Philo Sanchez 2004 Roger Robinson 2003 Johnny Marshall 2002 Clarence Moore 2001 Marcus King 2000 Marcus King 1999 Ronney Jenkins 1998 Francis St. Paul 1997 Kino Carson 1996 Archie Amerson 1995 Archie Amerson 1994 Rod Alexander 1993 Rod Alexander 1992 Gerald Robinson 1991 Gerald Robinson 1990 Gerald Robinson 1989 David Lang 1988 Lavon Worley 1987 Michael Haynes 1986 Shawn Collins 1985 Jerry Davis 1984 Ben Richardson 1983 Pete Mandley 1982 Pete Mandley 1981 Rusty Summers 1980 Pete Mandley 1979 Willard Reaves 1978 Allan Clark 1977 Allan Clark 1976 Carl Golden 1975 Chris Mangold 1974 Randy Ferrell 1973 Jimmy Smith 1972 Tom Rogers 1971 Danny White

1,398 1,787 1,367 1,481 1,110 1,149 *1,387 1,058 1,711 1,904 925 1,696 1,791 1,767 961 1,795 !2,429 1,633 1,047 1,192 1,026 1,070 1,391 976 1,250 882 1,016 788 924 1,646 1,979 1,227 1,392 1,219 1,506 910 846 690 758 1,464 817 816

INTERCEPTIONS 2012 Lucky Dozier 4 2011 Taylor Patton 2 2010 Brian Hunter 3 2009 Thomas/McNally/Mack 2 2008 K.J. Gerard 5 2007 K.J. Gerard *6 2006 Wheeler/Karstens 3 2005 K.J. Gerard 4 2004 K.J. Gerard 4 2003 Iverson/Jacobs/Thornburg 4 2002 Stephen Gubernick 5 2001 Keala Loo 4 2000 David Moran 2 1999 David Moran *6 1998 Cedric Jones 3 1997 Walter Jefferson 2 1996 Cedric Jones 6 1995 Dereck Williams 4 1994 Dereck Williams 5 1993 Beau Smith 3 1992 Will Glover 2 1991 Tucker Sides 3 1990 Darrin Jackson 3 1989 Darrin Jackson 3 Salvador Nava 3 1988 John Dierking *8 1987 Henry Miller 4 1986 George Duarte 4 1985 George Duarte !9 1984 Terry Gatewood 4 1983 DeJuan Robinson 3 Gene Andrews 3 1982 Bob Jenkins 8 1981 Junior Solomon 4 1980 Dave Noosinow 3 1979 Tommie Wright 3 1978 Joe Walker/Harold Smith 5 1977 Ray Smith 5 1976 Cleveland Dansby 6 1975 Don Beachum 5 1974 Jim Dearing 4 1973 Paul Arslanian 2 1972 Joe Hernandez 2 1971 Norm Aufderheide 3

PASSING 2012 Cary Grossart 2011 Cary Grossart 2010 Michael Herrick 2009 Michael Herrick 2008 Lance Kriesien 2007 Lance Kriesien 2006 Jason Murrietta 2005 Jason Murrietta 2004 Jason Murrietta 2003 Jason Murrietta 2002 Clint Womack 2001 Preston Parsons 2000 Preston Parsons 1999 Travis Brown 1998 Travis Brown 1997 Travis Brown 1996 Travis Brown 1995 Jeff Lewis 1994 Jeff Lewis 1993 Jeff Lewis 1992 Jeff Lewis 1991 John Bonds 1990 John Bonds 1989 Greg Wyatt 1988 Greg Wyatt 1987 Greg Wyatt 1986 Greg Wyatt 1985 Craig Austin 1984 Mike Mendoza 1983 Mike Mendoza 1982 Scott Lindquist 1981 Scott Lindquist 1980 Scott Lindquist 1979 Brian Potter 1978 Bill Holst 1977 Herb Daniel 1976 Herb Daniel 1975 Robbie Schmitz 1974 Dan Troup 1973 Dave Mendez 1972 Bud Kane 1971 Craig Holland

1,997 2,745 2,061 3,356 1,453 1,897 2,827 1,923 2,495 3,472 1,950 2,267 2,116 3,057 1,550 3,395 3,398 2,426 3,355 2,497 1,377 2,669 3,030 2,683 2,150 3,002 2,862 1,752 2,336 2,546 2,375 1,984 1,466 956 835 1,822 1,314 472 907 716 803 821

TOTAL OFFENSE 2012 Cary Grossart 2011 Cary Grossart 2010 Michael Herrick 2009 Michael Herrick 2008 Lance Kriesien 2007 Lance Kriesien 2006 Jason Murrietta 2005 Jason Murrietta 2004 Jason Murrietta 2003 Jason Murrietta 2002 Clint Womack 2001 Preston Parsons 2000 Preston Parsons 1999 Travis Brown 1998 Travis Brown 1997 Travis Brown 1996 Travis Brown 1995 Jeff Lewis 1994 Jeff Lewis 1993 Jeff Lewis 1992 Jeff Lewis 1991 John Bonds 1990 John Bonds 1989 Greg Wyatt 1988 Greg Wyatt 1987 Greg Wyatt 1986 Greg Wyatt 1985 Craig Austin 1984 Mike Mendoza 1983 Mike Mendoza 1982 Scott Lindquist 1981 Scott Lindquist 1980 Scott Lindquist 1979 Willard Reaves 1978 Allan Clark 1977 Herb Daniels 1976 Herb Daniels 1975 Chris Mangold 1974 Dan Troup 1973 Jim Smith 1972 Bud Kane 1971 Craig Holland

1,823 2,809 2,017 3,281 1,762 2,583 2,872 1,846 2,406 3,460 1,841 2,419 2,130 3,039 1,529 3,363 3,336 2,546 3,395 2,529 1,299 2,633 2,903 2,500 2,113 2,969 2,695 1,719 2,207 2,408 2,219 1,850 1,370 1,084 1,453 1,900 1,379 682 793 1,252 833 759

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SCORING 2012 Andy Wilder 68 2011 Zach Bauman 96 2010 Zach Bauman 96 2009 Matt Myers 87 2008 Robbie Dehaze 82 2007 Robbie Dehaze 88 2006 Alex Watson 90 2005 Robbie Dehaze 55 2004 Paul Ernster 54 2003 Paul Ernster 101 2002 Paul Ernster 66 2001 Dondelinger/Bingham 72 2000 Marcus King 80 1999 Ronney Jenkins 104 1998 Mike Goldstein 73 1997 Mike Goldstein 64 1996 Archie Amerson !156 1995 Kevin O’Leary 89 1994 Kevin O’Leary 59 1993 Terry Belden 75 1992 Terry Belden 69 1991 Terry Belden 61 1990 Hendricks Johnson 66 1989 Micky Penaflor 62 1988 Micky Penaflor *90 1987 Micky Penaflor 90 1986 Goran Lingmerth 93 1985 Goran Lingmerth 57 1984 Jerry Davis 38 1983 John Wiggins 58 1982 Mark Diamond 68 1981 Mark Diamond 54 1980 Joe Taylor 48 1979 Willard Reaves 66 1978 Allan Clark 60 1977 Tom Jurich *92 1976 Tom Jurich 45 1975 Chris Mangold 30 1974 Jerry Wallace 31 1973 Jimmy Smith 66 1972 Tom Rogers 34 1971 Dick Baserman 36

TOTAL TACKLES 2012 Anders Battle 2011 Scott McKeever 2010 Reid Worthington 2009 Matt Estrada 2008 Cyrus Igono 2007 Cyrus Igono 2006 Jeff Wheeler 2005 Bruce Branch 2004 Jeremy Thonburg 2003 Jeremy Thornburg 2002 Mike Sands 2001 Keith O’Neil 2000 Ray Perryman 1999 Ray Perryman 1998 Afa Faraimo 1997 Jake Crissup 1996 Afa Faraimo 1995 Stacey Ellis 1994 Stacey Ellis 1993 Jeff Bergman 1992 Beau Smith 1991 Jeff Bergman 1990 Dwan Brandon 1989 Darrell Jordan 1988 Erik Vance 1987 Erik Vance 1986 Mark Yuhas 1985 Randy Cook 1984 Tony Cullen 1983 James Gee 1982 Bill Hickman 1981 Ron Thomas 1980 Gregg Gerken 1979 Phil Cancik 1978 Jerry Lumpkin 1977 Ed Hightower 1976 Jerry Lumpkin 1975 Don Rowell 1974 George Kaegle 1973 Bruce Ivor 1972 Joe Hernandez 1971 Tom Ramsey !Led Division I-AA *Led Big Sky Current Lumberjacks in Bold

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2013 Northern Arizona Football All-Americans Rod Alexander, WR Football Gazette (1994) The Sports Network (1994) Archie Amerson, RB WALTER PAYTON AWARD WINNER (1996) The Sports Network (1996) FB Gazette (1995, 1996) American Football Coaches Association (1996) Walter Camp (1996) Dan Anders, DL Associated Press (1980) Tom Anderson, DE Associated Press (1969) Chris Baniszewski, WR CoSIDA Academic (1989) Zach Bauman, RB Beyond College Sports (2011, 2nd; 2012, HM) College Sports Madness (2012, 2nd) Vince Beemiller, OT NFL Draft Report (1988) Terry Belden, P/K Associated Press (1991, 1992, 1993) The Sports Network (1992, 1993) Football Gazette (1991, 1992, 1993) Kodak (1993) Walter Camp (1993) Jeff Bergman, SS Football Gazette (1994) The Sports Network (1994) Ed Berry, WR Sports Network (2009, 2nd) John Bonds, QB Leonard’s All-America (1990) NFL Draft Report (1990) Mike “Bo” Bowttcher, LB Associated Press (1971) Dwan Brandon, LB NFL Draft Report (1990) Leonard’s All-America (1990) Associated Press (1989, 1990) Charlie Brown, WR Associated Press (1969) Travis Brown, QB The Sports Network (1996) Football Gazette (1996) Alex Calderwood, PR Football Gazette (1994) The Sports Network (1994) Darren Carrington, DB NFL Draft Report (1988) Football News (1988) Football Gazette (1988) Vince Cisterna, E Helms Foundation (1947, 1948, 1949) Allan Clark,TB CoSIDA Academic (1978) Associated Press (1978) Sporting News (1978) Shawn Collins,TE NFL Draft Report (1987, 1988) Sports Network (1987, 1988) Walter Camp (1987, 1988) Football News (1987, 1988)

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Football Gazette (1988) Associated Press (1987, 1988) Herb Daniel, QB CoSIDA Academic (1977) Eric Damko, OL Verizon Academic (2000, 2001) Cleveland Dansby, CB Associated Press (1977) Robbie Dehaze, K/P AFCA (K, 2008, 1st) Walter Camp (P, 2008, 1st) College Sporting News (P, 2008, 1st) Associated Press (P, 2008, 2nd) Sports Network (P, 2008, 2nd) Sports Network (K, 2008, HM) Sports Network (2007, HM) Owen Dejanovich, DT NAIA (1963) John Dierking, FS Football News (1988) Art Donnell, OT Football Gazette (1994) The Sports Network (1994) Lucky Dozier, S College Sports Madness (2012, 3rd) George Duarte, DB Associated Press (1985, 1986) NFL Draft Report (1986) Ed Duley, DT Associated Press (1968) Stacy Ellis, ILB Football Gazette (1995) David Estrada, RB NAIA (1963) Paul Ernster, P Walter Camp Foundation (2004) IAA.org (2004) The Sports Network(2004) Football Gazette (2004) Afa Faraimo, LB The Sports Network (1998) Associated Press (1998) Football Gazette (1998) Dan Finn, OL The Sports Network (1996, 1997) American Football Coaches Association (1997) Walter Camp (1997) Football Gazette (1996) Shaun Fitzpatrick,TE Sports Network (2007, HM) Larry Friedrichs, OG Kodak (1977) Associated Press (1976, 1977) CoSIDA Academic (1977) Sporting News (1977) James Gee, DT Associated Press (1983, 1984) Gregg Gerkin, LB Sporting News (1980) Tom Gibson, DE NFL Draft Report (1986) Associated Press (1986)

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K.J. Gerard, DB Associated Press (2008, 1st) College Sporting News (2008, 1st) Sports Network (2008, 1st) Walter Camp (2008, 1st) Sports Network (2007, 2nd) Associated Press (2007, 3rd) Carl Golden, FB Associated Press (1976, 1977) Mark Gould, P AFCA (2003) Associated Press (2002, 2003) CoSIDA Academic (2003) CSTV (2003) Football Gazette (2002) The Sports Network (2002, 2003) Verizon Academic (2001, 2002) Cary Grossart, QB Beyond College Sports (2011, 3rd) Bill Hanna, DE Associated Press (1967) Charles Harvell, OG NAIA (1963) Michael Haynes, WR NFL Draft Report (1987) George Herman, FB NAIA (1964) Jake Hess Beyond Sports Network (2012, 3rd) The Sports Network (2012, 3rd) Neal Higgenson, NG Associated Press (1978) Sporting News (1978) Ed Hightower, DE Associated Press (1978) Sporting News (1978) CoSIDA Academic (1977, 1978) Chris Hunsaker, LB The Sports Network (2006) Associated Press (2006) Football Gazette (2006) Cyris Igono, S Sports Network (2007, HM) Marvin Jackmon, LB Associated Press (1984) Darrin Jackson, DB NFL Draft Report (1989) Jack James, MG NAIA (1964) Pete Jonovich, LB NFL Draft Report (1988) Darrell Jordan, LB Associated Press (1989) NFL Draft Report (1989) Football Gazette (1989) Hendricks Johnson, WR Leonard’s All-America (1991) Football Gazette (1990, 1991) Associated Press (1991) The Sports Network (1991) NFL Draft Report (1990) Scott Johnson, DL The Sports Network (1987)


Lumberjacks All-Americans CoSIDA Academic (1987) Football News (1987) Cedric Jones, DB Football Gazette (1999) Ed Judie, LB Associated Press (1979) Tom Jurich, K Kodak (1977) Sporting News (1977)

Rich O’Hara, WR Associated Press (1967) Kevin O’Leary, P/K The Sports Network (1994, 1995) Football Gazette (1994) United Press International (1994) Keith O’Neil, LB Football Gazette (2002)

Kevin Kolkman, DL Football Gazette (1996)

Matt Palacio, DB Associated Press (1982) Ricky Pearsall, PR Football Gazette (1996)

Rodney Leota, C Walter Camp (1987) The Sports Network (1987) NFL Draft Report (1987) Associated Press (1986) Jeff Lewis, QB Football Gazette (1994, 1995) The Sports Network (1994, 1995) Goran Lingmerth, K Kodak (1986) NFL Draft Report (1986) Associated Press (1986) Mark Lomas, DE Associated Press (1969) Jerry Lumpkin, LB Associated Press (1977, 1978) CoSIDA Academic (1978) Rhian Madrid, P Football Gazette (2006) Steve Maier, WR Associated Press (1970) Pete Mandley, WR Associated Press (1980, 1982,1983) Sporting News (1982) Rod Marshall, WR Football Gazette (1995) Pat Meech, OT Football News (1987) Henry Miller, SS Associated Press (1988) Football News (1988) Football Gazette (1988) Rex Mirich, OT NAIA (1962, 1963) Dan Moran, OG Associated Press (1986) NFL Draft Report (1986) Glen Morgan, OT NAIA (1957, 1958) Associated Press (1957, 1958) Rufus Mullen, CB Associated Press (1971, 1972) Jason Murrietta, QB The Sports Network (2006) Associated Press (2006) Football Gazette (2006) John Nuttall, OG Associated Press (1971) Stephen Nwogbe, DL College Sporting News (2008, HM)

Micky Penaflor, K The Sports Network (1988, 1989) NFL Draft Report (1989) United Press International (1989) Football Gazette (1988, 1989) Football News (1987, 1988) Associated Press (1988) Walter Camp (1988) Raymond Perryman, LB Football Gazette (1999) Football Gazette (2000) Ben Petrucci, DL Football Gazette (1995, 1996) Frank Pollack, OL Football Gazette (1989) Associated Press (1989) NFL Draft Report (1989) Kris Poindexter, OL Sports Network (2010, 3rd) Matt Raivio, OL I-AA All-Star (2003) Tom Ramsey, DE Associated Press (1972) Willard Reaves,TB Associated Press (1979) Al Rex,TE NAIA (1958) Dick Ries, LB Associated Press (1966) NAIA (1966) DeJuan Robinson, DB NFL Draft Report (1986) Associated Press (1986) Gerald Robinson, RB Football Gazette (1991) Leonard’s All-America (1991) Associated Press (1991) Mike Sanfratello, DL Leonard’s All-America (1990) Football Gazette (1989, 1990) NFL Draft Report (1989) Associated Press (1989) Kelly Schultz,TE Associated Press (1972) Austin Shanks, PR The Sports Network (2012, 3rd) College Sports Madness (2012, 2nd) Beyond Sports Network (2012, HM) Bill Shorty, DE NAIA (1963, 1965)

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Sandy Sledge, WR NFL Draft Report (1988) Football News (1988) Football Gazette (1988) Larry Small, OG Associated Press (1968) NAIA (1968) Beau Smith, LB Associated Press (1992) Football Gazette (1992) The Sports Network (1992) Harold Smith, FS Associated Press (1978) Jimmy Smith,TB Associated Press (1973) Ted Sorich, QB Associated Press (1958) Francis St. Paul, WR Football Gazette (1999) Gibbons St. Paul, WR Football Gazette (1996) Bob Stewart, QB Associated Press (1969) Rayna Stewart, CB American Football Coaches Association (1995) The Sports Network (1994, 1995) Football Gazette (1994, 1995) Sim Stokes, WR Associated Press (1966) Erik Vance, LB Football News (1987, 1988) Football Gazette (1988) NFL Draft Report (1988) Alex Watson, WR Walter Camp Foundation (2006) The Sports Network (2006) Associated Press (2006) Football Gazette (2006) Bud Wiedoff, DE Associated Press (1967, 1968) Andy Wilder, P/K The Sports Network (2012) College Sports Madness (2012) Walter Camp (2012) Associated Press (2012, 2nd) Chuck Willig, DB Associated Press (1979) Greg Wyatt, QB Associated Press (1987, 1989) United Press International (1989) Football Gazette (1988, 1989) Football News (1987, 1988) NFL Draft Report (1987) Walter Camp (1987) The Sports Network (1987) Mark Yuhas, LB Associated Press (1986) Drew Zamora, P Beyond College Sports (2011, HM)

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2013 Northern Arizona Football All-Big Sky First Team Selections A Rod Alexander, WR: 1994 Archie Amerson, RB: 1995#, 1996~ Dan Anders, DL: 1980 B Anders Battle, CB: 2012 Terry Belden, K/P: 1992, 1993 Jeff Bergman, LB: 1994 Ed Berry, WR: 2009 Isaac Bond, DL: 2010, 2011 Mike Bowttcher, LB: 1970 Bruce Branch, LB: 2003 Zach Bauman, RB: 2011, 2012 C Kino Carson, RB: 1997 Christian Cervantes, TE: 1992 Allan Clark, RB: 1978~ Shawn Collins, TE: 1987, 1988 Jake Crissup, LB: 1999 D Cleveland Dansby, DB: 1977 Robbie Dehaze, K/P: 2008 Lucky Dozier, S: 2012 George Duarte, DB: 1985, 1986 E Paul Ernster, P: 2004 Matt Estrada, S: 2009 F Afa Faraimo, LB: 1998* Dan Finn, OL: 1995, 1996, 1997 Shaun Fitzpatrick, TE: 2006 Larry Friedrichs, OL: 1976, 1977 G James Gee, DL: 1983, 1984 Tom Gibson, DL: 1986 K.J. Gerard, DB: 2007, 2008 Carl Golden, RB: 1976, 1977 Mark Gould, P: 2003

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H Alex Henderson, RB: 2006# (2nd), 2009 Jake Hess, FB: 2012 Neal Higginson, DL: 1978 Robert Haws, OL: 2001 Vince Henman, LB: 2004 Ed Hightower, DL: 1978 Chris Hunsaker, LB: 2006 Marvin Jackmon, LB: 1984 Hendricks Johnson, WR: 1990# Cedric Jones, DB: 1999 Darrell Jordan, LB: 1989 Ed Judie, LB: 1979 Tom Jurich, K: 1976, 1977~ I Cyrus Igono, ST: 2007 L Rodney Leota, OL: 1986 Goran Lingmerth, K: 1986 Jarett Loggins, DT: 1997 Jerry Lumpkin, LB: 1977, 1978~ M Rhian Madrid, P: 2005, 2006 Pete Mandley, WR/PR/KR: 1980, 1982, 1983 Johnny Marshall, WR: 2003 Bob Martin, P: 1976 James Martin, OL: 1997 Mike Mendoza, QB: 1983# Clarence Moore, WR: 2002, 2003 Dan Moran, OL: 1986 Rufus Mullen, DB: 1972 Jason Murrietta, QB: 2003~, 2006~ O Kevin O’Leary, P: 1994, 1995 Keith O’Neil, LB: 2001, 2002 P Matt Palacio, DB: 1982 Ricky Pearsall, PR: 1996 Micky Penaflor, K: 1988, 1989 Raymond Perryman, LB: 1999, 2000

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Ben Petrucci, DL: 1996 Nick Petrucci, DE: 1997 Frank Pollack, OL: 1989 Kris Poindexter, OL: 2010 R Matt Raivio, OL: 2002, 2003 Willard Reaves, RB: 1979 DeJuan Robinson, DB: 1986 Renal Robinson, CB: 1997 Roger Robinson, RB: 2003 S Mike Sands, LB: 2002 Mike Sanfratello, DL: 1989 John Schachter, LB: 1979 Beau Smith, LB: 1992# Harold Smith, DB: 1976, 1977, 1978 Jim Smith, RB: 1973 Ray Smith, DB/PR/KR:1978 Francis St. Paul, WR: 1999 Gibbons St. Paul, WR: 1996 Rayna Stewart, DB: 1994, 1995 Milford Suida, RB: 1972 T Jeremy Thornburg, S: 2004 W Alex Watson, WR: 2006* Chuck Willig, DB: 1979 Reid Worthington, LB: 2010 Lavon Worley, RB: 1988# Greg Wyatt, QB: 1986# COACH  OF THE YEAR Joe Salem: 1977, 1978 Jerome Souers: 1999 *Unanimous selection; Active players underlined ~Top Offensive/Defensive Player #Top Newcomer


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2013 Northern Arizona Football Lumberjacks in the Pros FORMER PLAYERS Donta Abron, DB Albany Firebirds (AFL), 1997 Kacey Allen, DE Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL), 2003 Rod Alexander, WR New Jersey Gladiators (AFL),2001 San Diego Chargers, 1999 Dallas Cowboys, 1995-96 Archie Amerson, RB Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL), 2002-05 Toronto Argonauts (CFL), 2001 Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL), 1997-00 Michael Battisti, DL Spokane Shock (AFL), 2011 Terry Belden, P/K Tampa Bay Storm (AFL), 1997 Memphis Pharoahs (AFL), 1996 Amsterdam Admirals (WLAF), 1995 Las Vegas Posse (CFL), 1994 John Bonds, QB Arizona Cardinals, 1993, 1995 Blair Boynton, DL Amarillo Dusters (af2), 2009 Dwan Brandon, LB Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 1991 Charlie Brown, WR Detroit Lions, 1970 Travis Brown, QB Indianapolis Colts, 2004-05 Buffalo Bills, 2001-04 Seattle Seahawks, 2000 Philadelphia Eagles, 1999 Dave Cahill, DT Atlanta Falcons, 1969 Los Angeles Rams, 1967 Philadelphia Eagles, 1966 Sonny Campbell, RB Atlanta Falcons, 1970-71 Phil Cancik, LB Kansas City Chiefs, 1981 New York Giants, 1980 Darren Carrington, DB Jacksonville Jaguars, 1995-96 San Diego Chargers, 1991-94 Detroit Lions, 1990 Denver Broncos, 1989-90 Kino Carson, RB Montreal Alouettes (CFL), 2000 Allan Clark, RB Green Bay Packers, 1982 Buffalo Bills, 1982 New England Patriots, 1979-80 Shawn Collins, WR Iowa Barnstormers (AFL), 1997 Frankfurt Galaxy (WLAF), 1995-96

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Green Bay Packers, 1993 Cleveland Browns, 1992 Atlanta Falcons, 1989-91 Gerald Commissiong, RB Calgary Stampeders, 2007 Daiveun Curry-Chapman, WR Arizona Cardinals, 2011 Robbie Dehaze, P/K Atlanta Falcons, 2008 Toronto Argonauts, 2010 Ty Dondelinger, K C.Valley Coyotes (AFL2), 2004 Columbus Wardogs (AFL2), 2003 Art Donnell, OL Los Angeles/Oakland Raiders, 1995-96 Steve Douglass, DB Arizona Rattlers (AFL), 1995-96 George Duarte, CB New York Jets, 1988 Chicago Bears, 1987 Herb Duncan, WR NAU’s top NFL draftee was wide receiver Shawn Collins, who was draftMilwaukee Mustangs (AFL), 1999- ed by the Atlanta Falcons, in the first round of the 1989 NFL draft. 2000 Arizona Rattlers (AFL), 1995-98 Atlanta Falcons, 1988-93 Paul Ernster, P/K David Heasman, OL Detroit Lions, 2008 B.C. Lions (CFL), 2004 Pittsburgh Steelers, 2008 Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 2000-03 Cleveland Browns, 2007 Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 1998-99 Denver Broncos, 2005-07 Alex Henderson, RB Matt Estrada, DB Las Vegas, 2010 (UFL) Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL), 2011 Ryne Holstrom, OL Dan Finn, OG Philadelphia Soul (AFL), 2011 Denver Broncos, 1999 Las Vegas Locos (UFL), 2011 Frankfurt Galaxy (NFL Europe), 1999 Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL), 2011 San Francisco 49ers, 1998 Ronney Jenkins, RB Stevan Fontana,TE Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 2004 Scottish Claymores (NFL Europe), 2002 New Orleans Saints, 2004 Green Bay Packers, 2001 Oakland Raiders, 2003 K.J. Gerard, DB San Diego Chargers, 2000-02 Baltimore Ravens, 2009 Hendricks Johnson, WR Chicago Bears, 2010 Memphis MadDogs (CFL), 1995-96 Miami Dolphins, 2011 Indianapolis Colts, 1993 Tom Gibson, DE Los Angeles Rams, 1992 Arizona Rattlers (AFL), 1994-98 Cedric Jones, CB Los Angeles Rams, 1991 Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 2000 Cleveland Browns, 1989-90 Ed Judie, LB Trey Gilleo, OL Miami Dolphins, 1984 N.Y. Jets (2013) Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1983 Mark Gould, P San Francisco 49ers, 1982-83 N.Y. Giants, 2004 Tom Jurich, K Robert Haws, OL New Orleans Saints, 1978 St. Louis Rams, 2003 Airaban Justin, DB Arizona Cardinals, 2002 Saskatchewan Roughriders, 2007-08 Michael Haynes, WR Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL), 2004-06 New Orleans Saints, 1994-97 Baltimore Ravens, 2003

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Lumberjacks Lumberjacks in the Pros David Lang, RB Dallas Cowboys, 1995-96 Los Angeles Rams, 1991-94 Jeff Lewis, QB New Orleans Saints, 2001-2002 Carolina Panthers, 1999-2001 Denver Broncos, 1996-98 Goran Lingmerth, K Cleveland Browns, 1987 Kelly Lochbaum, LB B.C. Lions (CFL), 2002-05 Ottawa Renegades (CFL), 2002 Calgary Stampede (CFL), 2001 British Columbia Lions (CFL), 1998-00 Jarrett Loggins, LB Birmingham Thunder (XFL), 2001 Barcelona Dragons (NFL Europe), 1999-2001 Mark Lomas, DT-DE New York Jets, 1970-74 Pete Mandley, WR Kansas City Chiefs, 1989-90 Green Bay Packers, 1988 Detroit Lions, 1984-88 Johnny Marshall, WR Arizona Rattlers, 2006 Brian McCurdy, DB Toronto Argonauts (CFL), 1993-96 Todd McMillon, DB Chicago Bears, 2001-2004 Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL), 1998-2000 Mike Mercer, K San Diego Chargers, 1970 Green Bay Packers, 1968-69 Buffalo Bills, 1967-68 Kansas City Chiefs, 1966 Oakland Raiders, 1963-65 Minnesota Vikings, 1961-62 Kansas City Chiefs, 1960 Rex Mirich, DT New England Patriots, 1970 Denver Broncos, 1967-69 Oakland Raiders, 1964-66 Clarence Moore, WR Baltimore Ravens, 2004-06 Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 2008 Cecil “Brute” Mulleneaux, C Green Bay Packers, 1938 Pittsburgh Steelers, 1935-36 New York Giants, 1932 Jason Murrietta, QB Arizona Rattlers, 2012 Central Valley Coyotes (af2), 2009 Spokane Shock (af2), 2008 Keith O’Neil, LB Indianapolis Colts, 2005-07 Dallas Cowboys, 2003-04

Preston Parsons, QB Denver Broncos, 2006 Houston Texans, 2004-05 Arizona Cardinals, 2002-03 Ray Perryman, DB Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 2007 Jacksonville Jaguars, 2003-05 Baltimore Ravens, 2002 Amsterdam Admirals (NFL Europe), 2002 Oakland Raiders, 2001 Terrance Petty, LB Los Angeles Avengers (AFL), 2000 Frank Pollack, OL San Francisco 49ers, 1990-91, 1994-98 Denver Broncos, 1992-93 Len Raney, RB Los Angeles Raiders, 1995-96 Willard Reeves, RB Washington Redskins, 1989 Miami Dolphins, 1989 Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL), 1983-87 DeJuan Robinson, DB Cleveland Browns, 1987 Roger Robinson, RB Arizona Cardinals, 2005-06 Frankfurt Galaxy (NFL Europe), 2006 Mike Sanfratello, OL San Francisco 49ers, 1991 John Schachter, LB Washington Redskins, 1982-83 Francis St. Paul, WR Jacksonville Jaguars, 2003 St. Louis Rams, 2001-2002 Rayna Stewart, CB Jacksonville Jaguars, 2000-01 Miami Dolphins, 1999 Houston/Tennessee Oilers, 1996-98 Maurice Taylor, DB Arizona Rattlers (AFL), 2004-05 Jeremy Thornburg, S Philadelphia Eagles, 2005 Rusty Tillman, LB Washington Redskins, 1970-77 Alex Watson, WR Amarillo Dusters (af2), 2009 Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL), 2011 Greg Wyatt, QB San Francisco 49ers, 1990

K.J. Gerard played for the Baltimore Ravens for two seasons after signing as a free agent.

Players on active or training camp rosters for the years listed.

Paul Ernster played for four teams in the NFL after being drafted by the Denver Broncos.

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2013 Northern Arizona Football Lumberjacks in the Pros NAU All-Time Super Bowl Roster Player Keith O’Neil Francis St. Paul* Jeff Lewis Darren Carrington David Lang Frank Pollack John Schachter* Ed Judie Rusty Tillman Mike Mercer

Team Indianapolis Colts# St. Louis Rams Denver Broncos# Denver Broncos# San Diego Chargers Denver Broncos Dallas Cowboys# San Francisco 49ers# Washington Redskins Washington Redskins# San Francisco 49ers# Washington Redskins Kansas City Chiefs#

Super Bowl – Year Opponent XLI – 2006 Chicago Bears XXXVI – 2002 New England Patriots XXXIII – 1999 Atlanta Falcons XXXII – 1998 Green Bay Packers XXIX – 1995 San Francisco 49ers XXIV – 1990 San Francisco 49ers XXX – 1996 Pittsburgh Steelers XXIX – 1995 San Diego Chargers XXVIII – 1984 L.A. Raiders XXVII – 1983 Miami Dolphins XVI-1982 Cincinnati Bengals VII – 1973 Miami Dolphins I – 1966 Green Bay Packers

* - Not On Active Roster # - Winning Team

DID YOU KNOW... Mike Mercer (left), a Lumberjack in 1960, kicked the first field goal in Super Bowl history back in Super Bowl I as his Kansas City team lost 35-10 to Green Bay and Vince Lombardi. The field goal was 31 yards and happened in the second quarter, bringing the Chiefs within 14-10 heading into halftime.

Keith O’Neil was the last Lumberjack to win a Super Bowl, playing on the Colts in Super Bowl XLI.

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Frank Pollack was a part of a Super Bowl winning team with the San Francisco 49ers.

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Jeff Lewis was a member of two Super Bowl teams with the Denver Broncos..


Lumberjacks Year-by-Year Results Year Overall Pct. Home Away Neutral PF-PA Conf. 1915 2-4-0 .333 1-2-0 1-2-0 0-0-0 52-183 1916 5-1-0 .833 4-0-0 1-1-0 0-0-0 107-129 1917 2-0-0 1.000 2-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 39-34 1918 1-0-0 1.000 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 55-0 1919 1-1-0 .500 1-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 32-6 1920 3-2-0 .600 2-1-0 1-1-0 0-0-0 84-37 1921 1-5-0 .167 0-2-0 1-3-0 0-0-0 26-228 1922 3-2-1 .583 1-1-1 2-1-0 0-0-0 131-71 1923 6-1-0 .857 4-1-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 168-43 1924 4-4-0 .500 2-3-0 2-1-0 0-0-0 236-96 1925 2-3-1 .417 2-1-0 0-2-1 0-0-0 90-49 1926 5-2-0 .714 4-0-0 1-2-0 0-0-0 139-55 1927 6-1-2 .722 3-0-2 3-1-0 0-0-0 208-24 1928 7-1-0 .875 4-0-0 3-1-0 0-0-0 274-37 1929 5-0-0 1.000 3-0-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 129-13 1930 4-2-1 .641 1-1-1 3-1-0 0-0-0 113-68 1931 3-5-0 .375 1-2-0 2-3-0 0-0-0 94-126 2-3-0 1932 3-2-2 .600 0-0-2 2-2-0 1-0-0 40-32 2-2-1 1933 5-1-0 .833 3-0-0 2-1-0 0-0-0 59-38 4-1-0* 1934 1-5-1 .214 0-3-0 1-2-1 0-0-0 44-99 0-3-1 1935 3-3-3 .500 2-2-2 1-1-1 0-0-0 99-57 0-3-1 1936 3-4-1 .438 2-1-1 1-3-0 0-0-0 58-116 2-2-1 1937 5-5-0 .500 3-1-0 2-4-0 0-0-0 148-108 1-4-0 1938 2-6-1 .278 2-2-0 0-4-0 0-0-1 114-182 1-2-0 1939 1-6-1 .188 1-3-0 0-3-1 0-0-0 53-224 0-4-0 1940 2-6-0 .250 1-2-0 1-4-0 0-0-0 95-181 0-6-0 1941 3-5-0 .375 3-1-0 0-4-0 0-0-0 119-143 1-5-0 1942 1-5-0 .167 1-3-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 18-93 1-4-0 1943 1-1-0 .500 1-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 31-21 1944 2-2-0 .500 2-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 53-85 1945 2-3-0 .400 2-1-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 64-86 1946 5-2-2 .667 4-0-0 1-2-2 0-0-0 130-70 1-2-1 1947 1-7-0 .125 1-1-0 0-6-0 0-0-0 39-295 0-4-0 1948 4-5-0 .444 3-1-0 0-4-0 1-0-0 144-187 1-2-0 1949 1-6-1 .188 1-3-0 0-3-1 0-0-0 102-261 0-3-0 1950 2-7-0 .222 2-1-0 0-6-0 0-0-0 114-366 0-4-0 1951 1-7-0 .125 1-3-0 0-4-0 0-0-0 76-211 0-2-0 1952 3-4-0 .429 3-1-0 0-3-0 0-0-0 92-120 0-1-0 1953 4-5-0 .444 3-1-0 1-4-0 0-0-0 126-166 2-3-0 1954 3-6-0 .333 2-3-0 1-3-0 0-0-0 130-167 1-3-0 1955 0-9-0 .000 0-4-0 0-5-0 0-0-0 72-220 0-4-0 1956 8-2-0 .800 4-1-0 4-1-0 0-0-0 311-93 3-0-0* 1957 8-1-0 .889 5-1-0 2-0-0 1-0-0 269-65 3-0-0* 1958 11-1-0 .917 5-0-0 4-0-0 2-1-0 321-98 3-0-0* 1959 6-2-1 .722 4-0-0 2-2-0 0-0-1 135-142 3-0-0* 1960 6-3-2 .591 4-0-1 2-3-1 0-0-0 260-176 2-1-1** 1961 3-5-1 .389 2-2-0 0-3-1 1-0-0 136-230 2-0-1 1962 6-4-0 .600 3-1-0 3-2-0 0-1-0 169-173 1963 5-3-1 .611 2-2-1 2-1-0 1-0-0 194-128 1964 5-4-0 .556 2-2-0 3-2-0 0-0-0 275-123 1965 5-4-1 .550 2-2-1 2-2-0 1-0-0 196-106 1966 6-4-0 .600 3-2-0 3-2-0 0-0-0 202-159 1967 5-5-0 .500 3-2-0 2-3-0 0-0-0 228-222 1968 6-4-0 .600 3-2-0 3-2-0 0-0-0 229-156 1969 7-3-0 .700 4-0-0 3-3-0 0-0-0 284-182 1970 2-8-0 .200 2-3-0 0-5-0 0-0-0 120-287 0-4-0 1971 5-5-0 .500 5-1-0 0-4-0 0-0-0 189-224 1-3-0 1972 3-8-0 .273 1-5-0 2-3-0 0-0-0 182-292 0-4-0 1973 4-6-0 .400 3-1-0 1-5-0 0-0-0 202-254 2-3-0 1974 3-6-0 .333 3-3-0 0-3-0 0-0-0 139-241 2-3-0 1975 1-9-0 .100 1-4-0 0-5-0 0-0-0 155-268 0-6-0 1976 8-3-0 .727 5-1-0 3-2-0 0-0-0 249-184 4-2-0 1977 9-3-0 .750 6-1-0 3-2-0 0-0-0 324-204 4-1-0 1978 8-2-0 .800 5-0-0 3-2-0 0-0-0 259-174 6-0-0* 1979 7-4-0 .636 5-2-0 2-2-0 0-0-0 172-194 3-4-0 1980 5-6-0 .455 4-1-0 1-5-0 0-0-0 224-202 3-4-0 1981 4-7-0 .364 3-2-0 1-4-0 0-1-0 226-257 2-5-0 1982 4-7-0 .364 4-1-0 0-6-0 0-0-0 276-287 3-4-0 1983 4-7-0 .364 4-2-0 0-5-0 0-0-0 252-293 2-5-0 1984 4-6-0 .400 2-3-0 1-3-0 1-0-0 285-259 2-5-0 1985 3-8-0 .273 3-4-0 0-4-0 0-0-0 167-289 1-6-0 1986 7-4-0 .636 5-2-0 2-2-0 0-0-0 273-205 5-2-0 1987 7-4-0 .636 3-2-0 4-2-0 0-0-0 385-292 4-4-0 1988 6-5-0 .545 5-1-0 1-4-0 0-0-0 296-236 4-4-0 1989 3-8-0 .273 2-4-0 1-4-0 0-0-0 259-330 2-6-0 1990 5-6-0 .455 5-1-0 0-5-0 0-0-0 290-417 3-5-0 1991 3-8-0 .273 3-3-0 0-5-0 0-0-0 294-404 1-7-0 1992 4-7-0 .364 3-4-0 1-3-0 0-0-0 199-258 2-5-0 1993 7-4-0 .636 4-2-0 3-2-0 0-0-0 315-293 3-4-0 1994 7-4-0 .636 5-1-0 2-3-0 0-0-0 391-273 4-3-0 1995 7-4-0 .636 4-2-0 3-2-0 0-0-0 403-163 4-3-0 1996 9-3-0 .750 6-1-0 3-2-0 0-0-0 506-333 7-1-0 1997 6-5-0 .545 5-1-0 1-4-0 0-0-0 302-261 4-4-0 1998 6-5-0 .545 4-2-0 2-3-0 0-0-0 241-227 3-5-0 1999 4-8-0^ .333 2-3-0^ 2-5-0^ 0-0-0 409-370 2-6-0^

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Coach Clarence Thorpe Clarence Thorpe Clarence Thorpe R.A. Fuller L.T. Lawyer McVey and Eastburn R.H. “Ducky” Drake R.H. “Ducky” Drake R.G. Stevenson W.E. Rogers Talbert D. Jessuppe E.H. “Swede” Lynch E.H. “Swede” Lynch Rudy Lavik Rudy Lavik Rudy Lavik Rudy Lavik Rudy Lavik Mark McIntosh Mark McIntosh Mark McIntosh Mark McIntosh Garrett Arbelbide Garrett Arbelbide Garrett Arbelbide Maurice Moulder Maurice Moulder Maurice Moulder Frank Brickey Frank Brickey Frank Brickey Frank Brickey Nick Ragus Nick Ragus Emil Ladyko Ben Reiges John Peterson John Peterson John Peterson Earl “Jiggs” Insley Earl “Jiggs” Insley Max Spilsbury Max Spilsbury Max Spilsbury Max Spilsbury Max Spilsbury Max Spilsbury Max Spilsbury Max Spilsbury Max Spilsbury Andy McDonald Andy McDonald Andy McDonald Andy McDonald John Symank John Symank Ed Peasley Ed Peasley Ed Peasley Ed Peasley Joe Salem Joe Salem Joe Salem Joe Salem Dwain Painter Dwain Painter Dwain Painter Joe Harper Joe Harper Joe Harper Larry Kentera Larry Kentera Larry Kentera Larry Kentera Larry Kentera Steve Axman Steve Axman Steve Axman Steve Axman Steve Axman Steve Axman Steve Axman Steve Axman Jerome Souers Jerome Souers

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2013 Northern Arizona Football Year-by-Year Results Year Overall Pct. Home Away Neutral PF-PA Conf. 2000 3-8-0 .272 2-4-0 1-4-0 0-0-0 245-275 2-6-0 2001 8-4-0 .667 4-1-0 4-3-0 0-0-0 368-307 5-2-0 2002 6-5-0 .545 4-1-0 2-3-0 0-0-0 252-284 3-4-0 2003 9-4-0 .692 4-2-0 5-2-0 0-0-0 409-305 5-2-0** 2004 4-7-0 .363 4-2-0 0-5-0 0-0-0 244-314 3-4-0 2005 3-8-0 .375 3-2-0 0-6-0 0-0-0 233-328 1-6-0 2006 6-5-0 .545 3-2-0 3-3-0 0-0-0 378-296 5-3-0 2007 6-5-0 .545 3-2-0 3-3-0 0-0-0 322-305 5-3-0 2008 6-5-0 .545 3-2-0 3-3-0 0-0-0 316-273 4-4-0 2009 5-6-0 .454 3-2-0 2-4-0 0-0-0 327-327 4-4-0 2010 6-5-0 .545 3-2-0 3-3-0 0-0-0 314-218 4-4-0 2011 4-7-0 .364 3-3-0 1-4-0 0-0-0 309-217 3-5-0 2012 8-3-0 .727 3-2-0 5-1-0 0-0-0 348-259 6-2-0 Totals 433-434-23^ .499 276-156-12 141-269-9 9-4-2 18,901-18,200 161-227-7 30 head coaches

Coach Jerome Souers Jerome Souers Jerome Souers Jerome Souers Jerome Souers Jerome Souers Jerome Souers Jerome Souers Jerome Souers Jerome Souers Jerome Souers Jerome Souers Jerome Souers

* Conference Champion, ** Co-Conference Champion, ^Includes forfeited games HISTORICAL THUMBNAIL All-time Record: 433-434-23 (.499) 53 winning seasons 17 seasons with at least 7 wins 8 conference championships 5 national postseason appearances 1 national runner-up finish (1958, NAIA)

NATIONAL AFFILIATIONS 1931-1972 National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) 1973-1977 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), Div. II 1978-2006 NCAA Division I-AA 2006- NCAA Football Championship Subdivision

NATIONAL AFFILIATIONS Years Conference Record Pct. Titles 1931-1952 Border 16-57-5 .237 1933 1953-1955 New Mexico 3-10-0 .231 None 1956-1961 Frontier 16-1-2 .895 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960 1962-1969 Independent ---- ---- ---1970- Big Sky 137-170-0 .446 1978, 2003 HOME FIELDS Facility Years Record Pct. Notepad City Fairgrounds 1915-1922 12-6-1 .658 4 undefeated seasons McMullen Field 1923-1932 24-8-5 .716 3 home losses in last 7 seasons Skidmore Stadium 1933-1956 47-38-3 .551 Longest tenure as Jacks’ home field Lumberjack Stadium 1957-1977 63-34-3 .645 1 NAU loss in first 20 home dates Walkup Skydome 1977- 148-72-0 .682 30 winning home seasons in 37 yrs.

HOMECOMING GAMES 1924 Phoenix College 1925 N.M. Highlands 1926 Phoenix Indian 1927 Arizona St. 1928 New Mexico St. 1929 Arizona St. 1930 New Mexico St. 1931 Arizona St. 1932 Arizona St. 1933 New Mexico St. 1934 Fresno St. 1935 Western St. 1936 Arizona St. 1937 New Mexico St. 1938 Arizona St. 1939 New Mexico St. 1940 Cal Tech 1941 New Mexico St. 1942 West Texas St. 1943 No Homecoming 1944 No Homecoming 1945 Luke A.F.B. 1946 New Mexico St. 1947 Western St. 1948 Redlands 1949 Whittier 1950 New Mexico St. 1951 La Verne 1952 La Verne 1953 La Verne

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L, 32-14 W, 34-0 W, 7-0 W, 19-0 W, 12-0 W, 31-0 L, 25-0 L, 20-6 T, 6-6 W, 13-7 L, 26-14 W, 23-12 W, 19-0 L, 7-0 W, 19-13 L, 26-13 W, 33-14 W, 27-7 L, 27-7 L, 15-13 W, 14-6 W, 12-8 W, 25-7 L, 20-13 L, 20-14 L, 13-12 W, 36-14 W, 18-14

1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984

N.M. Military Redlands La Verne Long Beach St. La Verne Chico St. Western St. Idaho St. Western St. Idaho St. Northern Colorado Idaho St. Central Missouri Neb.-Omaha CS Northridge Montana St. Drake Montana St. Trinity Montana Idaho St. Idaho CP Pomona CS Fullerton CP Pomona N. Dakota St. Idaho St. Nevada Boise St. Montana Idaho St.

W, 13-7 L, 32-6 W, 27-6 L, 7-6 W, 37-0 W, 26-12 W, 38-0 L, 27-0 W, 20-7 L, 13-2 L, 45-0 T, 0-0 W, 34-16 W, 41-13 L, 21-20 W, 35-0 L, 31-17 W, 25-16 L, 37-22 W, 14-10 W, 20-15 L, 22-12 L, 9-7 W, 24-9 W, 31-3 W, 21-10 W, 38-13 L, 34-17 W, 30-14 L, 21-17 L, 29-15

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1985 Montana St. W, 27-24 1986 SW Texas W, 39-0 1987 Sonoma St. W, 55-6 1988 Idaho St. W, 27-7 1989 Idaho L, 41-31 1990 Boise St. L, 28-20 1991 Montana St. W, 27-16 1992 Boise St. L, 20-14 1993 Montana St. W, 23-20 1994 Boise St. L, 28-16 1995 Montana St. W, 37-0 1996 Weber St. W, 59-45 1997 Portland St. W, 56-21 1998 Western St. W, 28-9 1999 E. Washington L, 14-10 2000 Montana State W, 32-9 2001 Idaho State W, 51-26 2002 Portland State W, 14-10 2003 E. Washington W, 54-31 2004 Sacramento State W, 26-0 2005 Montana L, 23-0 2006 Sacramento State W, 39-22 2007 Montana L, 16-21 2008 Weber State L, 14-42 2009 Idaho State W, 40-12 2010 Sacramento State L, 10-40 2011 Montana L, 24-28 2012 UC Davis W, 21-7 All-Time Record (87) 51-34-2 (.592)

FAMILY WEEKEND 1954 LaVerne (Calif.) W, 35-19 1955 Western New Mexico L, 14-12 1956 Panhandle State (Okla.) W, 47-0 1957 Western New Mexico W, 44-12 1958 Panhandle State (Okla.) W, 74-41 1959 Western New Mexico W, 33-6 1960 Panhandle State (Okla.) W, 14-13 1961 Cal Poly-Pomona L, 55-12 1962 New Mexico Highlands W, 17-0 1963 Western New Mexico W, 52-14 1964 Adams State W, 33-0 1965 Cal Poly Pomona W, 13-7 1966 Long Beach St. W, 32-12 1967 Western Illinois W, 34-0 1968 Hiram Scott (Neb.) W, 37-7 1969 Eastern New Mexico W, 48-20 1970 Fresno State L, 42-7 1971 Cal State Northridge W, 48-0 1972 Louisiana Tech L, 42-21 1973 Cal State Northridge W, 77-17 1974 Boise State L, 45-13 1975 Montana State L, 31-17 1976 Boise State W, 42-7 1977 Montana State W, 28-21 1978 Boise State W, 31-30 1979 Northern Colorado W, 16-7 1980 Northern Colorado W, 30-13 1981 Idaho W, 24-3 1982 Eastern Washington L, 14-7 1983 Nevada W, 41-38 1984 Boise State L, 14-12 1985 Montana State W, 27-24 1986 Boise State W, 17-14 1987 Montana State W, 54-21 1988 Northern Iowa W, 25-21 1989 Montana L, 38-14 1990 Nicholls State (La.) W, 41-34 1991 Montana L, 34-27 1992 Eastern Washington L, 15-9 1993 Montana L, 38-23 1994 Weber State W, 24-20 1995 Montana L, 24-21 1996 Cal State Sacramento W, 51-32 1997 Montana W, 27-24 1998 Idaho State W, 30-7 1999 Montana L, 42-23 2000 Weber State W, 12-10 2001 Montana L, 38-27 2002 Sacramento State L, 24-21 2003 Montana L, 59-21 2004 Portland State W, 21-20 2005 Eastern Washington L, 42-14 2006 Montana State L, 39-32 2007 Idaho State W, 45-24 2008 Sacramento State W, 42-10 2009 Northern Colorado W, 35-27 2010 Montana State W, 34-7 2011 Idaho State W, 20-3 2012 Portland State W, 24-10 All-Time Record (57) 38-18-0 (.678)


Lumberjacks All-Time Head Coaches Jerome Souers Steve Axman Larry Kentera Joe Harper Dwain Painter Joe Salem Ed Peasley John Symank Andy McDonald Max Spilsbury Earl Insley John Pederson Ben Reiges Emil Ladyko Nick Ragus Frank Brickey Maurice Moulder Garrett Arbelbide Mark McIntosh Rudy Lavik E.H. Lynch T.D. Jesseppe W.E. Rogers R.G. Stevenson R.H. Drake McVey/Eastburn L.T. Lawyer R.A. Fuller Clarence Thorpe TOTALS

1998-Pres. 1990-97 1985-89 1982-84 1979-81 1975-78 1971-74 1969-70 1965-68 1956-64 1954-55 1951-53 1950 1949 1947-48 1943-46 1940-42 1937-39 1933-36 1928-32 1926-27 1925 1924 1923 1921-22 1920 1919 1918 1915-17 1915-2012

BIG SKY OPENERS 1970 at Montana L, 20-0 1971 at Weber St. L, 23-7 1972 at Montana L, 40-10 1973 at Weber St. L, 25-13 1974 Idaho St. W, 20-15 1975 Idaho L, 22-12 1976 Idaho St. W, 34-7 1977 at Idaho St. W, 28-7 1978 Idaho St. W, 34-14 1979 Idaho W, 29-18 1980 Boise St. L, 20-18 1981 Montana L, 29-23 1982 at Montana L, 36-35 1983 at Weber St. L, 26-13 1984 Weber St. W, 42-21 1985 Idaho L, 27-3 1986 Weber St. W, 45-24 1987 Montana W, 24-17 1988 E. Washington W, 34-24 1989 at Weber St. W, 20-17 1990 at Nevada L, 55-14 1991 at Weber St. L, 43-38 1992 Idaho St. W, 27-12 1993 at Idaho St. W, 32-15 1994 Idaho St. W, 41-19 1995 Montana St. W, 37-0 1996 CS Northridge W, 32-14 1997 Portland St. W, 56-21 1998 CS Northridge L, 41-10 1999 E. Washington L, 14-10 2000 at CS Northridge. W, 49-26 2001 at Portland State L, 33-30 2002 Portland State W, 14-10 2003 at Portland State W, 23-0 2004 Weber State W, 55-27 2005 at Weber State L, 41-23 2006 at Idaho State W, 33-27 2007 Northern Colorado W, 34-14 2008 at Northern Colorado W, 25-22 2009 Montana L, 34-41 ot 2010 at Idaho State W, 32-7 2011 Idaho State W, 20-3 2012 at Montana W, 41-31 All-time Record (42) ..........26-16-0 (.619)

15 years 8 years 5 years 3 years 3 years 4 years 4 years 2 years 4 years 9 years 2 years 3 years 1 year 1 year 2 years 4 years 3 years 3 years 4 years 5 years 2 years 1 year 1 year 1 year 2 years 1 year 1 year 1 year 3 years 98 years

84-85-0 48-41-0 26-29-0 12-20-0 16-17-0 26-17-0 15-25-0 9-11-0 22-17-1 58-25-5 3-15-0 8-16-0 2-7-0 1-6-1 5-12-0 10-8-2 6-16-0 8-17-2 12-13-5 22-10-3 11-3-2 2-3-1 4-4-0 6-1-0 4-7-1 3-2-0 1-1-0 1-0-0 9-5-0 434-433-23

.497 .539 .473 .375 .485 .605 .375 .450 .563 .688 .167 .333 .222 .143 .294 .556 .273 .333 .483 .691 .786 .417 .500 .857 .375 .600 .500 1.000 .643 .499

Jerome Souers 1998-Pres.

Dwain Painter 1990-97

Steve Axman 1990-97

Larry Kentera 1985-89

Joe Salem 1975-76

Max Spilsbury 1956-64

All-Time School Names Northern Arizona Normal School (1899 to 1925) Northern Arizona State Teachers College (1925 to 1929) Arizona State Teachers College at Flagstaff (1929 to 1945) Arizona State College at Flagstaff (1945 to 1966) Northern Arizona University (1966 to present) HOME OPENERS 1915 Prescott HS 1916 Winslow HS 1917 Winslow HS 1918 Winslow HS 1919 Winslow HS 1920 Prescott HS 1921 Winslow HS 1922 Holbrook HS 1923 Clarkdale HS 1924 Jerome HS 1925 Clarkdale Alumni 1926 Smoki AC 1927 Prescott AC 1928 Eastern Arizona 1929 Loyola Marymnt 1930 N.M. Mines 1931 Cal Tech 1932 Arizona St. 1933 Redlands 1934 Whittier 1935 Adams St. 1936 Cal Tech 1937 Cal Tech 1938 Ft. Hays St. 1939 Brigham Young 1940 Texas-El Paso 1941 E. New Mexico 1942 Redlands 1943 Yuma AFB 1944 Tonopah AB 1945 Douglas AFB 1946 Williams AFB 1947 Western St.

L, 38-6 W, 20-6 W, 32-28 W, 55-0 W, 32-0 L, 6-0 L, 18-0 W, 25-0 L, 25-0 W, 64-0 W, 32-0 W, 40-0 W, 34-0 W, 68-0 W, 13-0 W, 71-0 L, 13-0 T, 6-6 W, 13-7 L, 7-6 W, 61-0 W, 7-0 W, 26-7 L, 20-19 L, 25-0 L, 28-7 W, 32-0 L, 6-0 W, 25-0 W, 13-0 W, 6-0 W, 6-0 W, 12-8

1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981

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New Mexico St. W, 13-7 Cal Tech W, 43-13 La Verne W, 37-20 Cal Tech L, 28-14 E. New Mexico L, 21-7 Adams St. W, 20-7 Whittier L, 20-16 Adams St. L, 12-6 Pepperdine L, 14-12 Ft. Huachuca W, 46-0 S.D. Marines W, 25-19 Idaho St. W, 16-7 China Lake Naval W, 61-2 Redlands W, 13-10 Montana St. L, 27-6 Whittier T, 6-6 Weber St. W, 41-6 Whittier L, 3-2 Weber St. L, 32-14 North Dakota W, 39-10 Long Beach St. W, 26-20 Cal Poly Pomona W, 38-7 Quantico Marines W, 25-3 N.M. Highlands W, 34-27 North Dakota St. L, 14-7 Montana W, 14-10 CS Fullerton L, 10-7 UC Riverside W, 34-30 U.S. International W, 20-0 Augustana (S.D.) W, 31-30 Portland St. W, 42-14 Idaho W, 29-18 Texas A&I W, 24-11 North Dakota St. W, 23-17

1982 Sou. Utah St. W, 36-15 1983 Southern Utah St. W, 53-3 1984 CS Northridge W, 26-10 1985 North Dakota W, 41-0 1986 Southern Utah St. L, 27-17 1987 Montana W, 24-17 1988 Sou. Utah St. W, 55-13 1989 Abilene Christian W, 42-13 1990 CS Northridge W, 37-3 1991 E. New Mexico W, 22-15 1992 Southern Utah L, 20-17 1993 North Texas W, 24-23 1994 Southern Utah W, 59-21 1995 CS Sacramento W, 62-7 1996 W. New Mexico W, 75-0 1997 St. Cloud St. W, 33-10 1998 Southwest Texas W, 38-16 1999 Cal Poly W, 55-21 2000 Chadron State W, 32-24 2001 CS Northridge W, 30-17 2002 Sam Houston St. W, 40-14 2003 Saint Mary’s (CA) W, 44-3 2004 Weber State W, 55-27 2005 Adams State W, 52-13 2006 Dixie College W, 66-14 2007 W. New Mexico W, 47-0 2008 N.M. Highlands W, 68-10 2009 Southern Utah W, 42-39 2010 West. N. Mexico W, 48-0 2011 Fort Lewis W, 58-13 2012 Fort Lewis W, 69-0 All-Time Record (97) 73-22-2 (.758)

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2013 Northern Arizona Football All-Time Assistants Gov Aker Robb Akey Marion Ancich Gary Andersen Don Anderson Paul Arslanian Dino Babers Travis Baker Joe Barry Rich Bartnett* Corey Batoon Jimmy Beal Gary Bernardi Don Blackwelder Jack Blair Steve Boadway* Mike Bowttcher Jake Bracker Josh Branen* Craig Bray Andy Brenna Ed Bricker* Frank Brickey C.O. Brocato Bill Bryant Bill Busch Bill Callahan Mike Caviness Brad Childress Jamie Christian Mike Churchill Ken Clark* Jim Clements Bill Cockerham Joe Conte Larry Cox Scott Criner Greg Croshaw Joe Davis Pete DeMuniz*

1946 1995-98 1982 1995-96 1971-72 1987-89 1990 2011-Pres. 1996-98 1972 1998-08 2010-Pres. 2004 1985 1938 1991 1972-73 1925 1999-00 1980-82 1982-83 1992 1941 1969-70 1981 1995-96 1987-88 1979-81 1986-89 2002 1974 1975 1975-78 1982-83 1981 1971 1998-99 1979-81 1983-84 2002-04

Mike Shanahan Washington Redskins, Head Coach (NAU Assistant, 1977)

Brad Childress Former Minnesota Vikings, Head Coach Current Kansas City Chiefs Spread Game Analyst (NAU Assistant, 1986-89)

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H.W. Denman 1925 Charlie Dickey 1990-91 Kwame Dixon 1995-98 Mike Dolby 1979-81 Karl Dorrell 1990-91 Norm Dow 1973-74 Owen Dejanovich 1965-68 Willie Dudley 1991-92 Ron English 1996 Don Ettinger 1961 Joe Francese 1947 Carl Franks 2003-08 Derek Frazier 2005 Mike Freeman* 1991 Justin Gaines 2001-Pres. Ron Gentry 1981 Ken Gibler 1962-66 Joe Glenn 1975 Ed Goble 1984-85 Rick Gordon* 1972 Richard Gray 1985-89 Herb Gregg 1949-54 Bob Grey* 1970 Gary Guthmiller 2005 Leo Haberlack 1964-66 Jim Hackett* 1992-94 Steve Hagen* 1987-88 Charlie Hall 2001-04 Bill Harris 1948 Ron Harris* 1987 Bobby Hauck 1993-94 Chuck Heater 1976 Dick Heesch 1975-77 Ken Heizer 1968 Jaime Hill* 1989 Mike Hlavac 1971 Ryan Hodson 1996-98 Byron Honorie* 1988 Terry Hudgens 1970-72 Charles Huff 2011-Pres.

Andy Reid Kansas City Chiefs, Head Coach (NAU Assistant, 1986)

Jeff Imamura 2000-02 Earl “Jiggs” Insley 1951-53, 1956-57 Marvin Jackson* 2006 Moody Jackson 1985-86 Jerry Janson 1975-78 Craig Johnston* 1982 Don Jones* 1972 John Kaiser* 1990 Larry Kerr 1990-92 Joe Kersting 1984-85, 1997 Craig Knoth 2006-Pres. Steve Kragthorpe 1990-93 Bobbie Lane 1982-84 Randy Langejans* 1985-87 Andy LaRussa 2009-10 Pat Lavin 1978 Greg Lees 1999-06 Jeff Lewis 2012 Brian Lindgren 2006-11 Goran Lingmerth* 1988 Kyle Lingerfelt 1999 Bob Loose 1979-80 Bob Lopez 1987, 1989-90 John Lowry 1958-59 Art Luppino* 1957 E.H. Lynch 1925 Brad Lynn 1964 Keeth Mathney 2006-07 Tim McConnell 1979-80 Aaron McCreary 1936, 1951, 1954-55 Lamar McHan 1969-70 Zac McNally* 2011-2012 Tom Melvin* 1986-87 Bronco Mendenhall 1993-94 Jim Miller 1973 George Moate* 1987 Thurmond Moore 1991-93 Harold Morgan 1982-84

Bill Callahan Oakland Raiders, Former Head Coach Current Dallas Cowboys Assistant (NAU Assist., 1987-88)

Marty Mornhinweg Detroit Lions, Former Head Coach Current N.Y. Jets Offensive Coordinator (NAU Assistant, 1988, 1994)

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Marty Mornhinweg 1988, 1994 Pat Morris 1978 Brent Myers 1992-97 Cecil Nelson 1958 John Nuttall* 1972 Bill Odykirk 1965 Mike Orthmann 2000-03 Richard Oxer* 1975 Curtis Page 1986 John Pavlich 1947 Brent Pease 1999-2000 Scott Pelluer 1993-95 Kevin Peoples 1999 Tim Plough 2013-Pres. Frank Pollack 2005-06 Eric Price 1996-97 Willie Pringle* 1975 Nick Ragus 1946 Ruben Rea* 1984 David Reeves 2009-Pres. Pete Regetz* 1988-89 Andy Reid 1986 Eric Reid 2007-Pres. Ben J. Reiges 1949 Don Rezac 1985 Dave Rice 1987-89 Quinton Richardson 1999-01 Glen Riggert 1967 Lonnie Rogers 1975 Darren Rowell* 1999-00 Brad Rowland 1984 Dan Runkle 1975-78 Francis St. Paul* 2007-11 Brent Salem* 1993 Jim Sanson 1985-86 Dick Saunders 1947 Ken Sawin 1969-72 Rich Scangarello 2012-Pres. Dante Scarneccia 1979 Marty Schaetzle 1989

Scott Schumann 1969-74 Cliff Schwenke 1997-98 Mike Shanahan 1977 Gordon Shaw 1982-84 Rod Shaw* 1982 John Skladany 1990-92 Bill Smith 2000-10 Rick Smith 1985-88 Tim Smith* 1989-90 J.D. Sollars 2005 Ted Sorich 1960-62 Dan Southard* 1975 James Spurlock 1994 Ray Stawiarski* 1989-90 Brian Stewart 1995 Dave Stromswold 1998-01 Kevin Sullivan 1995-98 Scott Swartz 2002-03 Chris Taylor* 2009-10 John Teuscher* 2008-10. Andy Thompson 2005-Pres. Isi Tuanaki* 2005 Ed Van Winkle 1963 Andre Walker* 1989 Ryan Wells* 2007-08 Chris Wiesehan 2001-04 Jerry Willinsky* 1988 Rick Wilson* 1975 Andy Wolfe 1938 Al Worley 1971-74 Ken Zampese 1992-95 Joe Zubek* 1988 *Worked as a graduate assistant

NFL and College Assistants Joe Barry, San Diego Chargers (NAU Assistant, 1996-99) Darrell Bevell, Seattle Seahawks (NAU Player, 1989) Dan Finn, Utah Assistant (NAU Player, 1994-97) Jeff Imamura, Minnesota Vikings (NAU Assistant, 2000-02) Jeff Lewis, Northern Arizona (NAU Player, 1992-95) Derek Mason, Stanford Assistant (NAU Player, 1987-91) Marty Mornhinweg, Philadelphia Eagles (NAU Assistant, 1988, 1994) Tom Melvin, Philadelphia Eagles (NAU Assistant, 1986-87) Pat Morris, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NAU Assistant, 1978) Frank Pollack, Oakland Raiders (NAU Player,1986-89; Asst. 2005-06) Dante Scarnecchia, New England Patriots (NAU Assistant, 1979) Brian Stewart, Houston Assistant (NAU Player, 1986-87; Assistant, 1995) Rayna Stewart, Former Tennessee Titans (NAU Player, 1991-95) Ken Zampese, Cincinnati Bengals (NAU Assistant, 1992-95)


Lumberjacks All-Time Results 1915 – 2-4-0 @Winslow High W PRESCOTT HIGH L WINSLOW HIGH W @Phoenix Union High L @Arizona State L PRESCOTT HIGH L Scoring – NAU 52, Opp. 183

12-7 38-6 19-13 40-0 72-3 13-12

1916 – 5-1-0 WINSLOW HIGH W PRESCOTT HIGH W @Winslow High W PHOENIX UNION HIGH W ARIZONA STATE W @New Mexico L Scoring – NAU 107, Opp. 129

20-6 32-2 7-0 19-7 29-6 108-0

1917 – 2-0-0 WINSLOW HIGH W FLAGSTAFF ALL-STARS W Scoring – NAU 39, Opp. 34

32-28 7-6

1918 – 1-0-0 WINSLOW HIGH W Scoring – NAU 55, Opp. 0

55-0

1919 – 1-1-0 WINSLOW HIGH W @Winslow High L Scoring – NAU 32, Opp. 6

32-0 6-0

1920 – 3-2-0 @Prescott High L PRESCOTT HIGH L EMERSON SCHOOL W WINSLOW HIGH W @Winslow High W Scoring – NAU 84, Opp. 37

12-0 6-0 32-6 43-6 9-7

1921 – 1-5-0 WINSLOW HIGH L @Prescott High L @Phoenix College L @Mesa High L @Holbrook High W HOLBROOK HIGH L Scoring – NAU 26, Opp. 228

18-0 27-6 77-0 88-0 6-0 18-14

1922 – 3-2-1 HOLBROOK HIGH W PRESCOTT HIGH T @St. Johns High W @Round Valley High W PHOENIX COLLEGE L @Winslow High L Scoring – NAU 131, Opp. 71

25-0 0-0 58-0 48-0 46-0 25-0

1923 – 6-1-0 @Williams High W CLARKDALE HIGH L ST. JOHNS HIGH W ROUND VALLEY HIGH W @Jerome High W FLAGSTAFF HIGH~ W WINSLOW HIGH W Scoring – NAU 168, Opp. 43 ~First game at McMullen Field 1924 – 4-4-0 JEROME HIGH W WILLIAMS HIGH W @Prescott High W @Needles (Calif.) High W FLAGSTAFF HIGH L PHOENIX COLLEGE L @Arizona State L WINSLOW ALUMNI L Scoring – NAU 236, Opp. 96 1925 – 2-3-1 CLARKDALE ALUMNI W ARIZONA STATE L @Phoenix College L NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS W @Phoenix Indian School T

25-0 25-0 67-0 32-0 18-0 14-12 12-6

64-0 51-0 19-6 51-0 13-7 32-14 20-16 25-14

32-0 3-0 18-7 34-0 7-7

@Arizona State L Scoring – NAU 90, Opp. 49 1926 – 5-2-0 SMOKI ATHLETIC CLUB W EASTERN ARIZONA COLL. W @Phoenix College W FLAGSTAFF REDSKINS W @Loyola Marymount L @Arizona State L MONTEZUMA BAPTIST (N.M.) 34-14 Scoring – NAU 139, Opp. 55

21-10

40-0 19-0 32-0 7-0 27-7 14-0 W

1927 – 6-1-2 PRESCOTT ATHLETIC CLUB W PHOENIX COLLEGE T @Eastern Arizona W ARIZONA STATE W LOYOLA MARYMOUNT T PHOENIX INDIAN SCHOOL W @New Mexico L @Winslow Athletic Club W @Montezuma Baptist (N.M.) W Scoring – NAU 208, Opp. 24

34-0 0-0 32-0 19-0 0-0 39-0 24-7 71-0 6-0

1928 – 7-1-0 EASTERN ARIZONA W @Loyola Marymount L PHOENIX INDIAN SCHOOL W NEW MEXICO W UC SANTA BARBARA W @Redlands (Calif.) W @Arizona State W @Phoenix College W Scoring – NAU 274, Opp. 37

68-0 18-0 34-0 12-0 33-0 20-13 27-6 80-0

1929 – 5-0-0 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W REDLANDS (Calif.) W ARIZONA STATE W @Arizona State W @New Mexico W Scoring – NAU 129, Opp. 13

13-0 32-7 31-0 27-0 26-6

1930 – 4-2-1 NEW MEXICO MINES W @Whittier (Calif.) W @New Mexico State W NEW MEXICO L ARIZONA STATE T @Los Angeles Firemen L @Arizona State W Scoring – NAU 113, Opp. 68

71-0 20-0 9-6 25-0 0-0 31-6 7-6

1931 – 3-5-0, 2-3-0 Border Conf.* @Fresno State W 26-2 CALIFORNIA TECH L 13-0 NEW MEXICO STATE* W 13-6 ARIZONA STATE* L 20-6 @New Mexico* L 20-6 @Arizona* L 19-12 @Arizona State* W 13-7 @Whittier (Calif.) L 39-18 Scoring – NAU 94, Opp. 126 1932 – 3-2-2, 2-2-1 Border Conf.* @New Mexico* L 6-0 ARIZONA STATE* T 6-6 Arizona*# W 7-6 FRESNO STATE T 0-0 @New Mexico State* L 7-0 @Arizona State* W 20-7 @Phoenix All-Stars W 7-0 Scoring – NAU 40, Opp. 32 #Played in Phoenix, Ariz. 1933 – 5-1-0, 4-1-0 Border Conf.* BORDER CONF. CHAMPION REDLANDS (Calif.) W 13-7 @New Mexico* W 14-0 NEW MEXICO STATE*~ W 13-7 ARIZONA STATE* W 13-0 @Arizona* L 24-0 @Arizona State* W 6-0 Scoring – NAU 59, Opp. 38

~First game at Skidmore Stadium 1934 – 1-5-1, 0-3-1 Border Conf.* WHITTIER (Calif.) L 7-6 @New Mexico* L 33-6 FRESNO STATE L 26-14 @New Mexico State* T 6-6 ARIZONA STATE* L 21-0 @Western State (Colo.) W 12-0 @Arizona State* L 6-0 Scoring – NAU 44, Opp. 99 1935 – 3-3-3, 0-3-1 Border Conf.* ADAMS STATE (Colo.) W 61-0 OCCIDENTAL (Calif.) T 0-0 NEW MEXICO STATE* L 7-0 WESTERN STATE (Colo.) W 23-12 @New Mexico* L 20-0 ARIZONA STATE* L 6-0 CAL POLY POMONA T 0-0 @Arizona State* T 0-0 @Cal Poly San Luis Obispo W 15-12 Scoring – NAU 99, Opp. 57 1936 – 3-4-1, 2-2-1 Border Conf.* CALIFORNIA TECH W 7-0 UC SANTA BARBARA L 13-7 @New Mexico State* L 41-0 @Fresno State L 31-6 ARIZONA STATE* W 19-0 TEXAS-EL PASO* T 0-0 @Arizona State* W 13-6 @New Mexico* L 25-6 Scoring – NAU 58, Opp. 116 1937 – 5-5-0, 1-4-0 Border Conf.* @Texas Tech* L 6-0 @Whittier (Calif.) W 9-0 CALIFORNIA TECH W 26-7 @San Jose State L 21-6 NEW MEXICO STATE* L 7-0 @Arizona State* W 7-0 NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS W 61-0 @Texas-El Paso* L 53-13 LA VERNE (Calif.) W 20-7 @New Mexico* L 7-6 Scoring – NAU 148, Opp. 108 1938 – 2-6-1, 1-2-0 Border Conf.* @Brigham Young L 19-0 Nevada# T 12-12 FORT HAYS STATE (Kan.) L 20-19 ARIZONA STATE* W 19-13 NEW MEXICO* L 20-0 @New Mexico State* L 34-0 PANHANDLE STATE (Okla.) W 33-7 @Whittier L 23-19 @San Jose State L 34-12 Scoring – NAU 114, Opp. 182 #Played in Las Vegas, Nev. 1939 – 1-6-1, 0-4-0 Border Conf.* @Western New Mexico T 12-12 BRIGHAM YOUNG L 25-0 NEVADA W 9-7 NEW MEXICO STATE* L 25-13 @Texas Tech* L 54-0 WHITTIER (Calif.) L 27-13 @New Mexico* L 33-0 @Arizona State* L 41-6 Scoring – NAU 53, Opp. 224 1940 – 2-6-0, 0-6-0 Border Conf.* TEXAS-EL PASO* L 28-7 @Arizona* L 41-0 CALIFORNIA TECH W 33-14 @West Texas State* L 27-6 @New Mexico State* L 13-0 ARIZONA STATE* L 12-0 @Western New Mexico W 21-0 @New Mexico* L 46-28 Scoring – NAU 95, Opp. 181 1941 – 3-5-0, 1-5-0 Border Conf.* EASTERN NEW MEXICO W 32-0 @New Mexico* L 12-6

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NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS W 34-0 WEST TEXAS STATE* L 27-0 NEW MEXICO STATE* W 27-7 @Arizona* L 41-0 @Arizona State* L 33-0 @Texas-El Paso* L 23-20 Scoring – NAU 119, Opp. 143 1942 – 1-5-0, 1-4-0 Border Conf.* @New Mexico* L 26-6 REDLANDS (Calif.) L 6-0 WEST TEXAS STATE* L 27-7 ARIZONA STATE* L 14-2 @Texas-El Paso* L 20-0 NEW MEXICO STATE* W 3-0 Scoring – NAU 18, Opp. 93 1943 – 1-1-0 YUMA AIR FORCE BASE W @New Mexico L Scoring – NAU 31, Opp. 21 1944 – 2-2-0 @New Mexico L TONOPAH AIR BASE W Nevada# L COMPTON COLLEGE (Calif.) W Scoring – NAU 53, Opp. 85 #Played in Las Vegas, Nev.

25-0 21-6

47-14 13-0 25-6 20-13

1945 – 2-3-0 DOUGLAS AFB W 6-0 EASTERN NEW MEXICO W 39-0 @Fresno State L 19-0 @Arizona L 52-6 LUKE FIELD L 15-7 Scoring – NAU 64, Opp. 86 1946 – 5-2-2, 1-2-1 Border Conf.* WILLIAMS AFB W 6-0 @New Mexico* L 12-7 WESTERN NEW MEXICO W 32-0 @Fresno State T 6-6 NEW MEXICO STATE* W 14-6 @Western State (Colo.) W 19-6 @West Texas State* L 20-0 EASTERN NEW MEXICO W 33-7 @Arizona State* T 13-13 Scoring – NAU 130, Opp. 70 1947 – 1-7-0, 0-4-0 Border Conf.* @Nevada L 50-0 @Pepperdine L 60-7 @Texas-El Paso* L 40-0 WESTERN STATE (Colo.) W 12-8 @Arizona State* L 31-7 @Wichita State------ L 55-7 WEST TEXAS STATE* L 25-0 @New Mexico State* L 26-6 Scoring – NAU 39, Opp. 295 1948 – 4-5-0, 1-2-0 Border Conf.* @West Texas State* L 28-0 NEW MEXICO STATE* W 13-7 SAN PEDRO ATHL. CLUB W 21-12 @Arizona State* L 40-0 REDLANDS (Calif.) W 25-7 @Western State (Colo.) L 26-6 La Verne (Calif.)# W 47-6 PEPPERDINE L 34-20 @Whittier (Calif.) L 27-12 Scoring – NAU 144, Opp. 187 #Played in Kingman, Ariz. 1949 – 1-6-1, 0-3-0 Border Conf.* @Pepperdine L 39-0 CALIFORNIA TECH W 43-13 WESTERN STATE (Colo.) L 25-14 @Arizona State* L 62-6 WHITTIER (Calif.) L 20-13 @Redlands (Calif.) T 20-20 WEST TEXAS STATE* L 47-6 @New Mexico State* L 35-0 Scoring – NAU 102, Opp. 261

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2013 Northern Arizona Football All-Time Results 1950 – 2-7-0, 0-4-0 Border Conf.* @West Texas State* L 52-12 @New Mexico* L 78-0 LA VERNE (Calif.) W 37-20 @Arizona State* L 63-0 NEW MEXICO STATE* L 20-14 NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS W 26-19 @Whittier (Calif.) L 28-7 @Western New Mexico L 20-6 @Pepperdine L 66-12 Scoring – NAU 114, Opp. 366 1951 – 1-7-0, 0-2-0 Border Conf.* @New Mexico Highlands L 13-6 @New Mexico* L 55-6 CALIFORNIA TECH L 28-14 WHITTIER (Calif.) W 6-0 LA VERNE (Calif.) L 13-12 @Idaho State L 34-20 @New Mexico State* L 48-12 WESTERN NEW MEXICO L 20-0 Scoring – NAU 76, Opp. 211 1952 – 3-4-0, 0-1-0 Border Conf.* EASTERN NEW MEXICO L 21-7 LA VERNE (Calif.) W 36-14 CALIFORNIA TECH W 20-7 NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS W 13-6 @New Mexico State* L 33-9 @Western New Mexico L 14-7 @Whittier (Calif.) L 25-0 Scoring – NAU 92, Opp. 120 1953 – 4-5-0, 2-3-0 N.M. Conf.* ADAMS STATE (Colo.) W 20-7 @Eastern New Mexico* L 20-0 @Whittier (Calif.) L 13-7 WESTERN STATE (Colo.) L 26-7 LA VERNE (Calif.) W 18-14 @New Mexico Highlands* W 12-8 @Panhandle State (Okla.)* L 26-21 WESTERN NEW MEXICO* W 20-7 @New Mexico Military Inst.* L 45-21 Scoring – NAU 126, Opp. 166 1954 – 3-6-0, 1-3-0 N.M. Conf.* @Redlands (Calif.) W 14-0 @Adams State (Colo.) L 20-12 WHITTIER (Calif.) L 20-16 LA VERNE (Calif.) W 35-19 NEW MEXICO MILITARY* W 13-7 NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS* L 27-13 PANHANDLE STATE (Okla.)* L 21-14 @Western New Mexico* L 7-6 @Idaho State L 46-7 Scoring – NAU 130, Opp. 167 1955 – 0-9-0, 0-4-0 N.M. Conf.* ADAMS STATE (Colo.) L 12-6 @Whittier (Calif.) L 20-0 REDLANDS (Calif.) L 32-6 LA VERNE (Calif.) L 6-0 @New Mexico Highlands* L 41-20 @Panhandle State (Okla.)* L 28-7 WESTERN NEW MEXICO* L 14-12 @Pepperdine L 34-14 @New Mexico Military Inst.* L 33-7 Scoring – NAU 72, Opp. 220 1956 – 8-2-0, 3-0-0 Frontier Conf.* FRONTIER CONF. CHAMPION @Ft. Huachuca Army Base W 28-6 PEPPERDINE L 14-12 UC RIVERSIDE W 60-0 @Westminister (Utah) W 29-0 LA VERNE (Calif.) W 27-6 NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS* W 28-13 PANHANDLE STATE (Okla.)* W 47-0 @Western New Mexico* W 54-40 @Long Beach State L 7-6 @San Diego W 20-7 Scoring – NAU 311, Opp. 93 1957 – 8-1-0, 3-0-0 Frontier Conf.* FRONTIER CONF. CHAMPION FT. HUACHUCA ARMY BASE# W

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46-0 SAN DIEGO W 40-6 REDLANDS (Calif.) W 18-6 CAL POLY POMONA W 34-7 LONG BEACH STATE L 7-6 @New Mexico Highlands* W 13-7 @Panhandle State (Okla.)* W 42-0 WESTERN NEW MEXICO* W 44-12 Nevada+ W 26-20 Scoring – NAU 269, Opp. 65 #First game at Lumberjack Stadium +Played in Las Vegas, Nev. 1958 – 11-1-0, 3-0-0 Frontier Conf.* NAIA NATIONAL RUNNER-UP FRONTIER CONF. CHAMPION SAN DIEGO MARINES W 25-19 @Cal Poly Pomona W 16-8 McMURRY (Texas) W 13-6 @Redlands (Calif.) W 28-14 LA VERNE (Calif.) W 47-0 NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS* W 20-0 PANHANDLE STATE (Okla.)* W 41-7 @Western New Mexico* W 30-7 Willamette (Ore.)# W 7-0 @Cal State Chico W 40-6 Gustavus Adolphus (Minn.)+ W 41-12 NE Oklahoma% (CBS-TV) L 19-13 Scoring – NAU 321, Opp. 98 #Played in Yuma, Ariz. +NAIA Playoff (Tucson, Ariz.) %Holiday Bowl (St. Petersburg, Fla.) 1959 – 6-2-1, 3-0-0 Frontier Conf.* FRONTIER CONF. CHAMPION @New Mexico State L 35-0 IDAHO STATE W 16-7 @McMurry (Texas) L 55-7 REDLANDS (Calif.) W 6-0 CAL STATE CHICO W 26-12 @New Mexico Highlands* W 13-7 @Panhandle State (Okla.)* W 27-13 WESTERN NEW MEXICO* W 33-6 Cal Poly Pomona# T 7-7 Scoring – NAU 135, Opp. 142 #Played in Yuma, Ariz. 1960 – 6-3-2, 2-1-1 Frontier Conf.* FRONTIER CONF. CO-CHAMP CHINA LAKE NAVAL BASE W 61-2 @Idaho State L 30-10 @Redlands (Calif.) W 20-6 WESTERN STATE (Colo.) W 38-0 NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS* T 7-7 PANHANDLE STATE (Okla.)* W 14-13 @Western New Mexico* W 34-26 @Cal Poly Pomona L 18-14 NATIONAL UNIV. (Mexico) W 34-26 @Eastern New Mexico* L 34-14 @San Diego T 14-14 Scoring – NAU 260, Opp. 176 1961 – 3-5-1, 2-0-1 Frontier Conf.* @New Mexico State L 56-6 @Adams State (Colo.) L 14-6 REDLANDS (Calif.) W 13-10 IDAHO STATE L 27-0 @New Mexico Highlands* T 21-21 @Santa Clara L 20-10 WESTERN NEW MEXICO* W 35-13 CAL POLY POMONA L 55-12 Eastern New Mexico*# W 33-14 Scoring – NAU 136, Opp. 230 #Played in Mesa, Ariz. 1962 – 6-4-0, Independent MONTANA STATE L 27-6 ADAMS STATE (Colo.) W 16-0 WESTERN STATE (Colo.) W 20-7 @Idaho State W 35-26 NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS W 17-0 @Cal Poly San Luis Obispo W 21-20 @Western New Mexico W 34-7 @Cal Poly Pomona L 38-0 @Whittier (Calif.) L 29-20 Eastern New Mexico# L 19-0

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1958 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP RUNNER-UPS FRONT ROW: Rightly Curnutte (Manager), Johnny Lopez, Mike Garcia, Frank Thomas, Carlos Salas, Ron Cote, Bill McCormick, Louis Reyna, Bill Herrera, Dan Loveall, Larry Clapham and Bob Gradillas. SECOND ROW: Al Alvarez, Paul Reynolds, Joe Gallegos,Ray Harris, Louis Casillas, Rudy Cabrera, Hector Lopez, Ted Sorich, Mel Huffaker, Frank Morales and Fernando Maya. THIRD ROW: Don Murray (Manager), Paul Renner, Hosie Maddox, Al Rex, Ernie Hansen, Glen Morgan, Earl Randolph, Bruce Bernhardi, Mel Hannah, John Lowry (Coach), Cecil Nelson (Coach), Max Spilsbury, (Football). Not pictured Pete Kotchou. Scoring – NAU 169, Opp. 173 #Played in Clovis, N.M. 1963 – 5-3-1, Independent WHITTIER (Calif.) T 6-6 SAN DIEGO MARINE BASE L 40-7 IDAHO STATE L 13-2 @New Mexico Highlands W 49-0 @Montana State L 28-7 WESTERN NEW MEXICO W 52-14 CAL POLY POMONA W 42-14 @Western State (Colo.) W 14-7 Eastern New Mexico# W 15-6 Scoring – NAU 194, Opp. 128 #Played in Globe, Ariz. 1964 – 5-4-0, Independent WEBER STATE W 41-6 TEXAS-ARLINGTON L 10-9 @Idaho State W 28-21 NORTHERN COLORADO +W 45-7 @Cal Poly Pomona W 28-6 @Western New Mexico W 56-6 ADAMS STATE (Colo.) W 33-0 @Eastern New Mexico L 39-17 @Santa Clara L 28-18 Scoring – NAU 275, Opp. 123 +Game forfeited by NAU 1965 – 5-4-1, Independent @Weber State L 21-14 WHITTIER (Calif.) L 3-2 @Adams State (Colo.) W 56-0 IDAHO STATE T 0-0 CAL POLY POMONA W 13-7 @Northern Colorado W 23-0 @Texas-Arlington L 27-6 @Fort Lewis (Colo.) W 41-14 EASTERN NEW MEXICO W 41-14 SAN DIEGO STATE L 20-0 Scoring – NAU 196, Opp. 106 1966 – 6-4-0, Independent WEBER STATE L 32-14 @Fresno State L 14-12 @Idaho State W 14-13 CENTRAL MISSOURI STATE W 34-16 @Cal Poly Pomona W 26-0 LONG BEACH STATE W 32-12 MONTANA W 34-8 WEST TEXAS STATE L 34-7 @Eastern New Mexico W 21-14 @San Diego State L 16-8 Scoring – NAU 202, Opp. 159 1967 – 5-5-0, Independent NORTH DAKOTA W 39-10 @Weber State L 29-28 EASTERN NEW MEXICO L 7-0 @Whittier (Calif.) W 46-29 NEBRASKA-OMAHA W 41-13 WESTERN ILLINOIS W 34-0

@Long Beach State W 26-21 @Montana L 10-7 EAST CENTRAL (Okla.) L 13-7 @New Mexico State L 90-0 Scoring – NAU 228, Opp. 222 1968 – 6-4-0, Independent @Drake L 30-14 LONG BEACH STATE W 26-20 WEBER STATE L 21-14 @Nebraska-Omaha W 7-6 @Northern Illinois W 43-14 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE L 21-20 @Montana State L 20-15 HIRAM-SCOTT (Neb.) W 37-7 @Eastern New Mexico W 35-17 MONTANA W 18-0 Scoring – NAU 229, Opp. 156 1969 – 7-3-0, Independent CAL POLY POMONA W 38-7 @West Texas State W 21-20 @Montana L 52-7 MONTANA STATE W 35-0 @Cal State Los Angeles W 20-14 @Long Beach State L 23-15 WHITWORTH (Wash.) W 61-0 @Weber State W 21-19 EASTERN NEW MEXICO W 48-20 @Fresno State L 27-18 Scoring – NAU 284, Opp. 182 1970 – 2-8-0, 0-4-0/7th Big Sky* QUANTICO MARINE BASE W 25-3 CAL STATE LOS ANGELES W 33-0 @Montana* L 20-0 @New Mexico Highlands L 47-4 @New Mexico State# L 57-13 DRAKE L 31-17 @Montana State* L 28-8 WEBER STATE* L 38-6 @Eastern New Mexico L 21-7 FRESNO STATE L 42-7 Scoring – NAU 120, Opp. 287 #Designated Big Sky game 1971 – 5-5-0, 1-3-0/6th Big Sky* @North Dakota State L 42-9 NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS ^L 34-27 @Weber State* L 23-7 DRAKE# L 38-13 MONTANA STATE* W 25-16 NEVADA-LAS VEGAS W 20-7 @Trinity (Texas) L 42-21 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE W 48-0 @Boise State* L 22-17 SOUTHERN OREGON ^W 2-0 Scoring – NAU 189, Opp. 224 #Designated Big Sky game ^Won by forfeit


Lumberjacks All-Time Results

1978 Big Sky Conference Championship Team 1972 – 3-8-0, 0-4-0/7th Big Sky* NORTH DAKOTA STATE L 14-7 SAN FRANCISCO STATE W 31-10 @Montana* L 40-10 @New Mexico Highlands W 35-26 @Montana State* L 23-9 TRINITY (Texas) L 37-22 WEBER STATE* L 28-7 @Cal State Northridge W 15-14 LOUISIANA TECH L 41-21 @Hawai’i L 20-13 BOISE STATE* L 39-12 Scoring – NAU 182, Opp. 292 1973 – 4-6-0, 2-3-0/3rd Big Sky* @North Dakota State L 36-7 @Weber State* L 25-13 MONTANA* W 14-10 @Louisiana Tech L 37-7 TEXAS LUTHERAN W 28-14 @Boise State* L 21-6 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE W 77-17 MONTANA STATE* L 45-0 @Nevada-Las Vegas L 42-14 @Idaho State* W 36-7 Scoring – NAU 202, Opp. 254 1974 – 3-6-0, 2-3-0/5th Big Sky CAL STATE FULLERTON L 10-7 NORTH DAKOTA STATE W 27-15 NEVADA-LAS VEGAS L 31-14 IDAHO STATE* W 20-15 @Montana State* L 44-21 @Montana* L 27-0 WEBER STATE* W 21-20 BOISE STATE* L 45-13 @Drake L 34-16 Scoring – NAU 139, Opp. 241 1975 – 1-9-0, 0-6-0/7th Big Sky* UC RIVERSIDE W 34-30 IDAHO* L 22-12 @Cal Poly Pomona L 3-0 @Idaho State* L 17-7 EASTERN MONTANA L 36-34 @Boise State* L 48-0 @Nevada-Las Vegas L 34-21 MONTANA STATE* L 31-17 MONTANA* L 28-22 @Weber State* L 19-8 Scoring – NAU 155, Opp. 268 1976 – 8-3-0, 4-2-0/3rd Big Sky* U.S. INTERNATIONAL (Calif.) W 20-0 IDAHO STATE* W 34-7 @Nebraska-Omaha W 28-13 @Montana* W 23-21 CAL POLY POMONA L 9-7 NEVADA-LAS VEGAS W 31-28 BOISE STATE* W 42-7 @Montana State* L 33-0 WEBER STATE* W 30-18 @Idaho* L 31-14 @Cal State Fullerton W 20-17 Scoring – NAU 249, Opp. 184 1977 – 9-3-0, 4-1-0/2nd Big Sky* AUGUSTANA (S.D.) W 31-30

@Idaho State* W 28-7 MONTANA*^ W 25-24 @Weber State* W 36-10 @Nevada-Las Vegas L 20-16 @Cal Poly Pomona W 16-0 CAL STATE FULLERTON W 24-9 @Boise State* L 27-13 MONTANA STATE* W 28-21 EASTERN MONTANA W 70-0 NEBRASKA-OMAHA W 37-21 JACKSONVILLE STATE! L 35-0 Scoring – NAU 324, Opp. 204 !Division II playoff game ^First game in J.L. Walkup Skydome 1978 – 8-2-0, 6-0-0/1st Big Sky* BIG SKY CONFERENCE CHAMPION @North Dakota State L 23-7 PORTLAND STATE W 42-14 IDAHO STATE* (ABC-TV) W 34-14 @Montana* W 21-6 @Idaho* W 34-29 CAL POLY POMONA W 31-3 @Northern Colorado L 33-6 @Montana State* W 43-22 BOISE STATE* W 31-30 WEBER STATE* W 10-0 Scoring – NAU 259, Opp. 174 1979 – 7-4-0, 3-4-0/t-3rd Big Sky* @Portland State W 22-21 IDAHO* W 29-18 MONTANA* W 26-13 @Idaho State* W 6-3 NORTH DAKOTA STATE W 21-10 @Weber State* L 34-10 MONTANA STATE* L 10-7 NORTHERN COLORADO W 16-7 @Boise State* L 44-7 CAL POLY POMONA W 21-3 NEVADA* L 31-7 Scoring – NAU 172, Opp. 194 1980 – 5-6-0, 3-4-0/t-6th Big Sky* TEXAS A&I W 24-11 @North Dakota State L 27-14 BOISE STATE* L 20-18 @Cal State Fullerton L 21-13 IDAHO STATE* (ESPN-TV) W 38-13 @Nevada* L 21-0 WEBER STATE* W 32-7 @Montana State* W 27-24 NORTHERN COLORADO W 30-13 @Montana* L 31-21 @Idaho* L 14-7 Scoring – NAU 224, Opp. 202 1981 – 4-7-0, 2-5-0/6th Big Sky* @Texas A&I L 26-3 NORTH DAKOTA STATE W 23-17 MONTANA* L 29-23 @Boise State* L 34-20 @Idaho State* L 31-6 NEVADA* L 34-17 @Portland State W 34-10 MONTANA STATE* W 20-14 @Weber State* (ot) L 24-23 IDAHO* W 24-3

Cal Poly Pomona# L Scoring – NAU 226, Opp. 257 #Played in Tempe, Ariz.

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1982 – 4-7-0, 3-4-0/t-5th Big Sky* @Cal State Fullerton L 19-15 SOUTHERN UTAH STATE W 36-15 @Montana* L 36-35 BOISE STATE* W 30-14 @Nevada* L 24-12 IDAHO STATE* W 18-16 EASTERN WASHINGTON L 14-7 @New Mexico State L 34-32 @Montana State* L 32-19 @Idaho* L 55-37 WEBER STATE* W 35-28 Scoring – NAU 276, Opp. 287 1983 – 4-7-0, 2-5-0/7th Big Sky* SOUTHERN UTAH STATE W 53-3 @Weber State* L 26-13 MONTANA STATE* W 33-16 MONTANA* L 21-17 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 22-21 @Idaho State* L 42-24 @Pacific L 28-14 NEVADA* W 41-38 IDAHO* L 40-10 @Boise State* L 28-3 @Fresno State L 30-22 Scoring – NAU 252, Opp. 293 1984 – 4-6-0, 2-5-0/7th Big Sky* New Mexico Highlands# W 64-0 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE W 26-10 WEBER STATE* W 42-21 PACIFIC L 38-28 @Nevada* L 37-20 @Montana* W 24-18 BOISE STATE* L 14-12 IDAHO STATE* L 29-15 UNIV. OF MANITOBA+ W 42-14 @Idaho* L 37-9 @Montana State* L 41-3 Scoring – NAU 285, Opp. 259 #Played in Ft. Defiance, Ariz. +Exhibition, does not count in record 1985 – 3-8-0, 1-6-0/t-7th Big Sky* NORTH DAKOTA W 41-0 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE W 24-20 IDAHO* L 27-3 @Eastern Washington L 33-0 @Idaho State* L 34-3 MONTANA STATE* W 27-24 @Boise State* L 24-10 NEVADA* L 36-10 @Weber State* L 37-10 CAL STATE FULLERTON L 22-8 MONTANA* L 32-31 Scoring – NAU 167, Opp. 289 1986 – 7-4-0, 5-2-0/t-2nd Big Sky* SOUTHERN UTAH STATE L 27-17 ANGELO STATE (Texas) W 24-13 EASTERN WASHINGTON L 28-6 WEBER STATE* W 45-24 @Montana* W 34-28

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SOUTHWEST TEXAS STATE W 39-0 @Montana State* L 27-19 @Idaho* W 24-0 BOISE STATE* W 17-14 IDAHO STATE* W 31-17 @Nevada* L 27-17 Scoring – NAU 273, Opp. 205 1987 – 7-4-0, 4-4-0/t-4th Big Sky* @Northern Colorado W 44-17 MONTANA* W 24-17 IDAHO* L 46-37 SONOMA STATE (Calif.) W 55-6 @Weber State* L 30-17 @Idaho State* W 32-23 MONTANA STATE* W 54-21 @Eastern Washington* W 41-24 @Tulsa W 24-20 @Boise State* L 48-18 NEVADA* L 40-39 Scoring – NAU 385, Opp. 292 1988 – 6-5-0, 4-4-0/t-4th Big Sky* SOUTHERN UTAH STATE W 55-13 EASTERN WASHINGTON* W 34-24 BOISE STATE* L(2ot) 24-21 @Idaho* L 31-20 @Nevada* L 31-28 @Montana* (2ot) L 33-26 IDAHO STATE* W 27-7 @Montana State* W 28-17 NORTHERN IOWA (ESPN-TV) W 25-12 @Nicholls State L 23-5 WEBER STATE* W 27-21 Scoring – NAU 296, Opp. 236 1989 – 3-8-0, 2-6-0/t-6th Big Sky* ABILENE CHRISTIAN (Texas) W 42-13 WESTERN NEW MEXICO L 21-17 @Weber State* W 20-17 @Eastern Washington* L 20-14 IDAHO* L 41-31 @Boise State* L 21-14 MONTANA* L 38-14 @Idaho State* L 24-20 @Akron L 52-7 MONTANA STATE* W 35-31 NEVADA* L 52-45 Scoring – NAU 259, Opp. 330 1990 – 5-6-0, 3-5-0/t-5th Big Sky* CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE W 37-3 @Nevada* L 55-14 EASTERN WASHINGTON* W 31-24 IDAHO STATE* W 35-32 @Montana State* L 70-37 BOISE STATE* L 28-20 @Montana* L 48-14 NICHOLLS STATE W 41-34 @Idaho* L 52-7 WEBER STATE* W 38-35 @Northern Iowa L 36-16 Scoring – NAU 290, Opp. 417 1991 – 3-8-0, 1-7-0/t-8th Big Sky* EASTERN NEW MEXICO W 22-15 NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS W 65-12

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2013 Northern Arizona Football All-Time Results @Weber State* L 43-38 @Akron L 49-14 @Idaho State* L 45-14 MONTANA STATE* W 27-16 @Boise State* L 57-14 MONTANA* L 34-27 @Eastern Washington* L 44-29 IDAHO* L 44-28 NEVADA* L 45-16 Scoring – NAU 294, Opp. 404 1992 – 4-7-0, 2-5-0/t-6th Big Sky* SOUTHERN UTAH L 20-17 NORTHEASTERN W 21-14 @Nevada-Las Vegas L 40-7 IDAHO STATE* W 27-12 @Montana State* W 13-9 BOISE STATE* L 20-14 @Montana* L 28-27 EASTERN WASHINGTON* L 15-9 @Idaho* L 53-14 WEBER STATE* L 25-19 MINNESOTA-DULUTH W 31-22 Scoring – NAU 199, Opp. 258 1993 – 7-4-0, 3-4-0/t-5th Big Sky* @Southern Utah (KUSK-TV) W 31-27 NORTH TEXAS W 24-23 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE W 23-9 @Idaho State* W 32-15 MONTANA STATE* W 23-20 @Boise State* W 23-9 MONTANA* L 38-23 @Eastern Washington* L 38-26 IDAHO* L 34-27 @Weber State* L 67-28 VALPARAISO W 55-13 Scoring – NAU 315, Opp. 293 1994 – 7-4-0, 4-3-0/t-4th Big Sky* @Nevada L 30-27 SOUTHERN UTAH W 59-21 IDAHO STATE* W 41-19 @Montana State* W 47-30 BOISE STATE* L 28-16 @Montana* L 35-24 EASTERN WASHINGTON* W 35-21 @Idaho* L 41-14 WEBER STATE* W 24-20 CAL POLY SAN LUIS OBISPO W 44-21 @Cal State Northridge W 60-7 Scoring – NAU 391, Opp. 273 1995 – 7-4-0, 4-3-0/t-2nd Big Sky* @New Mexico L 45-21 SACRAMENTO STATE W 62-7 ABILENE CHRISTIAN (Texas) W 62-0 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE W 68-7 MONTANA STATE* W 37-0 @Boise State* W 32-13 MONTANA* L 24-21 @Eastern Washington* W 30-16 @Idaho State* W 42-14 IDAHO* L 17-14 @Weber State* L 20-14 Scoring – NAU 403, Opp. 163 1996 – 9-3-0, 7-1-0/2nd Big Sky* 1-AA PLAYOFFS WESTERN NEW MEXICO W 75-0 @New Mexico L 49-33 SOUTHERN UTAH W 43-13 @Portland State* (FSN-TV) W 38-24 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE* W 32-14 WEBER STATE* W 59-45 @Montana State* W 49-18 SACRAMENTO STATE* W 51-32 @Montana* L 48-32 IDAHO STATE* (FSN-TV) W(ot) 50-38 @Eastern Washington* W 13-10 FURMAN! L 42-31 Scoring – NAU 506, Opp. 333 ! I-AA Playoff Game 1997 – 6-5-0, 4-4-0/t-4th Big Sky* @New Mexico L 33-10

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ST. CLOUD STATE (Minn.) W 33-10 MINNESOTA-DULUTH W 40-6 PORTLAND STATE* W 56-21 @Weber State* (FSN-TV) L 36-23 MONTANA STATE* W 14-13 @Sacramento State* W 48-25 MONTANA* W 27-24 @Idaho State* L 41-24 EASTERN WASHINGTON* L 31-14 @Cal State Northridge* L 21-13 Scoring – NAU 302, Opp. 261 1998 – 6-5-0, 3-5-0/t-7th Big Sky* @Cal Poly W 9-0 SOUTHWEST TEXAS W 38-16 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE* L 41-10 WESTERN STATE (Colo.) W 28-9 @Eastern Washington* L 21-17 IDAHO STATE* W 30-7 @Montana* L 33-20 SACRAMENTO STATE* L 38-21 @Montana State* L 32-25 WEBER STATE* W 20-17 @Portland State* (FSN-TV) W 23-13 Scoring – NAU 241, Opp. 227 1999 – 4-8-0^, 2-6-0^/t-6th Big Sky* CAL POLY W 55-21 @New Mexico +L 45-14 @Southwest Texas W 29-26 EASTERN WASHINGTON* L 14-10 @Idaho State* +W 43-28 MONTANA* L 42-23 @Sacramento State* W(3ot) 51-49 MONTANA STATE* +W 49-20 @Weber State* +W 36-19 PORTLAND STATE* W 40-24 @Cal State Northridge* +W 30-10 @Georgia Southern +L 72-29 Scoring – NAU 409, Opp. 370 2000 – 3-8-0, 2-6-0/t-7th Big Sky* CHADRON STATE (KUSK-TV) W 32-24 @CS Northridge W 49-26 @New Mexico L 35-28 PORTLAND STATE (KUSK-TV) L 42-10 @Idaho State L 28-21 WEBER STATE (KUSK-TV) L 12-10 @#5 Montana L 17-7 MONTANA STATE W 32-9 @Eastern Washington (FOX-TV) L 27-9 SACRAMENTO ST. (KUSK-TV) L 28-24 SOUTHERN UTAH (KUSK-TV) L 27-23 Scoring – NAU 245, Opp. 275 2001 – 8-4-0, 5-2-0/t-2nd Big Sky I-AA PLAYOFFS CS NORTHRIDGE W 30-17 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN W 10-3 @Southern Utah W 41-12 @#23 Portland State L 33-30 IDAHO STATE W 51-26 @Weber State W 42-32 #2 MONTANA (KPAX) L 38-27 @Montana State W 35-28 EAST. WASHINGTON (FOX-TV) W 42-33 @Sacramento State W 50-40 @Oregon State L 45-10 at Sam Houston State! L 34-31 Scoring – NAU 368, Opp. 307 ! I-AA Playoff Game 2002 – 6-5-0, 3-4-0/t-4th Big Sky @Arizona (FSN-AZ) L 37-3 @Cal Poly W 31-24 #14 SAM HOUSTON STATE W 40-14 #9 PORTLAND STATE* W 14-10 WEBER STATE* W 26-21 SACRAMENTO STATE L 24-21 @Eastern Washington L 41-29 MONTANA STATE (KAZ-TV) W 20-17 @#1 Montana (KAZ-TV) L 38-24 @#19 Idaho State L 46-20 @St. Mary’s (Calif.) W 24-12 Scoring – NAU 252, Opp. 284

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2003 – 9-4-0, 5-2-0/t-1st Big Sky BIG SKY CONFERENCE CHAMPION SAINT MARY’S (CALIF.) W 44-3 @#20 Arizona State L 34-14 @#22 Portland State* W 23-0 #14 CAL POLY W 24-7 @Weber State* W 48-29 @Sacramento State* W 24-21 EASTERN WASHINGTON* W 54-31 @Montana State* (KAZ-TV) L 21-17 #10 MONTANA* (FB Net./AZ-TV) L 59-21 #20 IDAHO STATE* W 46-31 @Sam Houston State W 34-18 @#1 McNeese State! W 35-3 #13 FLORIDA ATLANTIC! (ESPN) L 48-25 Scoring – NAU 409, Opp. 305 ! I-AA Playoff Game 2004 – 4-7-0, 3-4-0/5th Big Sky @Arizona (FSN-AZ) L 3-21 @#15 Stephen F. Austin L(ot) 17-24 WEBER STATE* W 55-27 SACARAMENTO STATE* W 26-0 @Eastern Washington* (AZ-TV) L 14-45 WESTERN NEW MEXICO W 34-14 PORTLAND STATE* W 21-20 #21 MONTANA STATE* (AZ-TV) L 14-60 @#9 Montana* L 22-34 @Idaho State* L 17-24 #25 NORTHERN IOWA L 21-45 Scoring – NAU 244, Opp. 314 2005 – 3-8-0, 1-7-0/t-7th Big Sky Adams State W 52-13 @Arizona L 12-31 Southern Utah W 27-7 @Weber State* L 23-31 @Sacramento State* (AZ-TV) L 24-38 #8 East. Washington* (AZ-TV) L 14-42 @#25 Portland State* L 0-45 @#15 Montana State* (Max Media) L 22-29 #4 Montana* (KPAX) L 0-23 Idaho State* W 42-28 @#10 Northern Iowa L 17-41 Scoring – NAU 233, Opp. 338 2006 – 6-5-0, 5-3-0/4th Big Sky @#24 Arizona State (FSN) L 14-35 @Utah (the mtn.) L 7-45 DIXIE COLLEGE W 66-14 @Idaho State* W 33-27 MONTANA STATE* (Max Media) L 32-39 @#3 Montana (KPAX) L 21-24 SACRAMENTO STATE* W 39-22 @E. Washington* W 34-26 #25 PORTLAND STATE L 26-34 WEBER STATE* W 42-17 @N. Colorado* W 54-3 Scoring – NAU 378, Opp. 296 2007 – 6-5-0, 5-3-0/3rd Big Sky W. NEW MEXICO W 47-0 @Arizona L 24-45 @#1 Appalachian St. L 21-34 N. COLORADO* (NAU) W 34-14 @Sacramento State* L 9-38 @Portland State* W 44-43 IDAHO STATE* (NAU) W 45-24 @Weber State W 29-20 #3 MONTANA* (NAU) L 16-21 @Montana State (Max Media) W 29-14 E. WASHINGTON* (NAU) L 24-52 Scoring – NAU 322, Opp. 305 2008 – 6-5-0, 4-4-0/5th Big Sky @#15 Arizona State (FSN) L 13-30 N.M. HIGHLANDS (NAU) W 68-10 @Southern Utah W 19-14 @N. Colorado W 25-22 SACRAMENTO ST. (NAU) W 42-10 PORTLAND STATE (NAU) W 37-17 @Idaho State W 52-30 #16 WEBER STATE (NAU) L 14-42 @#6 Montana (KPAX) L 10-45 MONTANA STATE (Max Media) L 23-25

@E. Washington L Scoring – NAU 316, Opp. 273

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2009 – 5-6-0, 4-4-0/T5th Big Sky @Arizona L 17-34 SOUTHERN UTAH (NAU) W 42-39 34-41 #4 MONTANA* (KPAX) L (ot) W 35-27 N. COLORADO* (NAU) @#24 Montana St.* (BSN) W 23-10 @Portland State* W 44-23 IDAHO ST.* (NAU) W 40-12 @Sacramento St.* L 24-27 @Ole Miss* (CSS) L 14-38 @Weber St.* L 9-27 E. WASHINGTON* (NAU) L 45-49 Scoring – NAU 327, Opp. 327 2010 – 6-5-0, 4-4-0/6th Big Sky W. NEW MEXICO (NAU-TV) W 48-0 at Arizona State (FSN PLUS) L 20-41 @Idaho State W 32-7 @Southern Utah W 26-23 @#13 E. Washington* L 14-21 #9 MONTANA ST.* (MAX) W 34-7 @#7 Montana* (KPAX) L 21-24 SACRAMENTO ST.* (NAU-TV) L 10-40 @N. Colorado* W 21-14 WEBER ST.* (NAU-TV) L 26-27 PORTLAND ST.* (NAU-TV) W 62-14 Scoring – NAU 314, Opp. 218 2011 – 4-7-0, 3-5-0/T6th Big Sky @ Arizona (FSN) L 10-41 FORT LEWIS (NAU-TV) W 58-13 at Portland State* L 29-31 IDAHO STATE* (NAU-TV) W 20-3 E. WASHINGTON* (NAU-TV) L 28-36 @#3 Montana State* (MAX) L 24-41 #9 MONTANA* (KPAX) L 24-28 @Sacramento St.* W 27-26 NO. COLORADO* (NAU-TV) W 34-14 @Weber State* L 31-34 SOUTHERN UTAH (NAU-TV) L 24-27 Scoring – NAU 309, Opp. 217 2012 - 8-3-0/4th Big Sky @ Arizona State (PAC-12) L @ UNLV W FORT LEWIS (NAU-TV) W @ Montana* W PORTLAND STATE* (NAU-TV) W @ North Dakota* W UC DAVIS* (NAU-TV) W @ Northern Colorado* W @ Idaho State* W SOUTHERN UTAH* (NAU-TV) L (ot) #17 CAL POLY* (NAU-TV) L Scoring – NAU 348, Opp. 259

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Lumberjacks All-Time Letterwinners A-A-A Jake Abbott....................2012Ed Abel...................................1974-75 Donta Abron............................1993-94 Eric Adams..................................2004 Karreim Adams.......................1998-99 Daniel Adler............................2010-12 Chika Agha..................................2002 Julian Agredano......................1946-47 Howard Ahern..............................1979 Govenor Akers........................1937-38 Samaji Akili.............................1994-97 Keoni Akina..................................2004 Jim Alderson................................1965 Van Aldridge................................1989 Rod Alexander........................1990-94 Marucs Alford................2012Alma Allen....................................1954 Derek Allen..................................1998 Gove Allen..............................1927-32 John Allen...............................1927-28 Kacey Allen.........................1997-2000 Ken Allen................................1973-74 Scott Allen....................................1981 Jason Allmond.............................2011 Doug Allred.............................1983-85 Lamar Allred................................1935 William Alo...................................2005 Albert Alverez.........................1954-58 Frank Alverez..........................1951-52 OScar Alvirez...............................2008 Mickey Alzola..........................1959-60 Alex Amado............................1959-60 Archie Amerson......................1995-96 Paul An...................................2003-04 Dan Anders.............................1977-80 Dave Anders...........................1979-81 Jim Anders..............................1979-81 Blayne Anderson....................2008-11 Fred Anderson.............................1938 George Anderson........................1923 Gregg Anderson..........................1970 Jack Anderson.............................1938 Steve Anderson 1981-82. Tom Anderson.........................1968-69 Robert Anderson-Drake..........2001-02 Tony Angelo 1989-90. Andrew Anthony 1997-2000. Brandon Anthony...............2005, 2007 Alfred Antillon...............................1942 Hekili Apao...................................2000 Chuck Apt 1972-75. Marty Arambel.............................1969 Duke Archer.................................1963 Jim Arellanes 1992-93. Kojo Arhin....................................2000 Denzil Arlington.......................1951-52 Jim Arlington...........................1951-52 Alvin Armer..................................1932 Bill Armstrong 1932-35. Frank Armstrong.....................1928-31 Gus Armstrong.............................1978 Joe Armstrong.............................1983 Craig Arnold............................1965-66 Darrel Arnold...........................2003-06 Dave Arnold............................1978-79 Paul Arslanian.........................1973-74 Greg Arthur.............................1979-82 George Asalele..................2000, 2002 Charles Aston..............................1938 Matt Atwood 1987. Gaston Aubineau....................1915-17 Norm Aufderheide...................1970-71 Craig Austin...........................1985-86. Frankie Auza...........................1988-89 Joe Auza......................................1955 Jerry Avery..............................1990-92 Scott Avery..................................1985 Manuel Avila................................1965 Mark Awbrey................................1980 Joe Ayers....................................1986.

Ray Azar......................................1942 B-B-B Lloyd Babcock.............................1942 Andy Bachelier..............2012Ben Bachelier.........................2008-11 John Badertscher........................1980 Mike Bail.....................................1975. Rick Bail..................................1985-86 Blake Bailey ..................2011Sid Bailey.....................................1975 Frank Baker............................1975-77 Jim Baker.....................................1974 Ken Baker....................................1984 Shaun Baker................................2006 Carl Baldenegro......................1954-55 Craig Ballew...........................1963-67 Chris Baniszewski..................1986-89 Edmond Bardwell........................1989 Pete Barela.............................1983-84 Lawrence Barfell..........................1930 Jermekio Barlow..........................2005 Randy Barkley.............................1977 Ted Barkley..................................1942 Gary Barnes...........................1964-67 Larry Barnes...........................1979-82 Robert Barnes........................1983-84 Doug Barr...............................1969-70 Lester Barry.................................1963 Brad Bartholomew..................1981-82 Dueane Bartle..............................1953 Dick Baserman.......................1967-71 John Bates...................................1975 Michael Battisti.......................2008-10 Kawika Batoon....................1999-2000 Tony Battiest...........................1985-88 Anders Battle.................2010Sean Battle.............................1993-94 Wayne Baugman ........................1952 Zach Bauman.................2010G. Baumkirchner..........................1967 Bill Bausmen................................1989 Chester Beach........................1955-57 Don Beachum..............................1975 Joe Beacom.................................1975 Vince Beemiller.......................1984-88 Anthony Belcher..........................2008 Terry Belden...........................1990-93 Bob Bell.......................................1978 Curt Bellar...............................1985-56 William Bellomoo.........................1950 Bart Belzner.................................1970 Dennis Bender.............................1960 John Bendixon........................1932-33 Ben Benedict..........................1987-89 Mike Bengston.............................1968 Steve Benham........................1978-80 Fidencio Benitez..........................1949 Darren Bennett.......................1983-84 Jim Bennett.............................1969-70 Quinten Bennett......................1999-02 Scott Benning.........................1987-88 John Bensing..........................1995-96 Milton Berg.............................1936-37 Bryant Berge................................1999 Jeff Bergman..........................1991-94 Paul Berlin..............................1974-75 Bruce Bernhardi......................1955-58 Doug Berry..................................1976. Ed Berry..................................2008-09 John Berry...................................1975 Randy Berry............................1973-76 Ryan Berry...................................2008 Jim Bertoglio................................1948 Jarret Bilbrey......................2008-2012 Harry Biller..............................1935-36 Brian Bingham........................2000-03 Dale Bingham..............................1959 Fred Bingham.........................1942-47 Alvin Bird.....................................1987 Gene Bird...............................1952-56

Mike Birt..................................1983-86 Jeffrey Birthwright...................2002-03 Ben Bishoff..................................1986 Randy Bishop..............................1972 Billie Black...................................1926 Chester Black..............................1922 Dion Black..............................1995-98 Jeff Black................................1989-90 Gary Bladow...........................1992-93 Bobby Blair..................................1955 Dave Blair....................................1938 Jack Blair................................1935-37 Carl Blakely........................1997-2000 Mark Blakenship..........................1975 Sean Blankenship........................1984 Daks Blanks............................1994-95 Chad Blazzard.............................1939 L. Boatwright...........................1976-77 Ron Boatwright.......................1959-61 Nick Bogle...................................2001 Walter Boice................................1921 Mike Bomer............................1966-67 Isaac Bond..............................2007-11 John Bonds.............................1990-92 Victor Bongerg........................1915-16 Vic Boniolo..............................1972-73 Jack Bonnell................................1949 Tony Booker.................................1968 Don Bossert.................................1970 Jonathan Both.............................1923 Craig Boudy.................................2004 Charles Bowers...........................1960 Dick Bowers.................................1969 Wayne Bowling............................1941 Mike Bowttcher.......................1968-71 Patrick Boyce...............................1917 Dwight Boyd...........................2008-11 Blair Boynton..........................2004-07 Robert Bracy................................1965 Carson Bradley............................2000 Tom Brady..............................1935-36 Rohber Brafford......................1985-87 Trason Bragg...............................2006 Bruce Branch..........................2001-05 Dwan Brandon........................1989-90 Thomas Brandt.......................1915-16 Ryan Branham.............................1933 Bruce Branstrom.....................1967-68 Jesse Brantley...............2012Eric Brewster..........................2005-07 D. Breshears................................1937 Ed Bricker...............................1989-91 Frank Brickey..........................1930-32 A.J. Brill..................................1976-77 Art Brimhall..................................1927 Earl Brimhall................................1931 Rae Brimhall...........................1951-52 Price Brinkerhoff.....................1916-17 Tommy Brittain.............................1986 Hal Brockett............................1948-49 Bill Brooks....................................1942 Brown..........................................1916 Andrew Brown........................1953-54 Bob Brown...................................1969 Chad Brown.................................1965 Charles Brown........................1968-69 Clay Brown.............................1997-99 Homer Brown..........................1937-38 J.B. Brown...................................1953 Leonard Brown............................1960 Leroy Brown...........................1938-39 Pete Brown..................................1924 Phil Brown...................................1977 Ray Brown...................................1938 Travis Brown...........................1996-99 Justin Bruce............................1991-92 Bob Bruner..................................1955 Charles Brunk.........................1974-75 Steve Bruno.................................1976 Dub Bryan...............................1947-49 Jim Bryan.....................................1952

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Wilber Bryan................................1950 David Bryant...........................1975-76 Carlos Bryce................................1951 John Buckley..........................2002-04 Monroe Bull.................................1950 Jim Bullard..............................1970-73 David Bullock...............................1975 Jim Bunck...............................1967-68 Dennis Bunker.............................1963 Nathan Burgess...........................2008 Larry Burke..................................1955 Edgar Burkhart............................1936 Gary Burnett................................1989 Charles Burns..............................1952 Jay Burns.....................................1996 Jim Burns.....................................1947 Vincent Burns..............................2000 Melvin Burrell...............................1942 Wendell Bush.........................1983-84 Nick Butier.....................2012Jeremy Butler.........................1997-98 Shannon Butler.......................2002-04 Brian Buzzard.........................2003-04 Norm Buzzard..............................1953 Chris Byers.............................1997-98 Pat Byrd.......................................1968 C-C-C Rudy Cabrera ........................1955-58 Clyde Caffey ..........................1927-29 Tim Cahal ...................................1975 Dave Cahill.............................1962-64 Walter Cain.............................1927-29 Chris Calcagno............................1975 Alex Calderwood....................1991-95 Horacio Camacho...................1996-97 Harold Cameron.....................1917-18 Lynn Camp.............................1922-24 Arthur Campbell...........................1966 Gary Campbell........................1961-65 Lawrence Campbell................1919-21 Rex Campbell..............................1925 Sonny Campbell.....................1967-69 Troy Campbell........................1996-97 Mark Camper...............................1986 Phil Cancik..............................1975-79 Dave Candelaria.....................1941-42 Jeff Canterbury.......................1978-80 Tom Cantrell................................1941 Steve Caparella......................1982-84 Gilbert Carbajal............................1940 Rodger Carbone.....................1975-78 Rich Carlberg..........................1972-75 Tony Carlisle................................1980 Dave Carlton...........................1976-78 Al Carnahan.................................1965 Eric Carpenter.............................1987 Walter Carpenter.........................1941 Derek Carr..........................1999-2000 John Carrara ...............................1915 Tony Carretto...............................1927 Darren Carrington ..................1985-88 John Carroll ...........................1971-73 James Carruthers........................1986 Kino Carson............................1996-97 Charles Carter.............................1937 Gene Carter.................................1936 Randy Carter..........................1972-73 Chase Cartwright................2011-2012 Steve Cartwright..........................1980 Matt Cary................................2000-03 Joe Casados..........................1941, 46 Hilario Casillas.............................1955 Joe Casillas............................1956-57 Louis Casillas..............................1958 A.J. Casteneda ......................1981-84 Julian Castillo..............................1953 Ernesto Castro.............................1938 Raul Castro..................................1936 Terry Cates .................................1967 Charles Catt.................................1935

Bill Caughron..........................1970-71 Christian Cervantes................1990-92 Paul Chadwell..............................1968 Shonta Chaloux......................1998-99 Ross Chamberlain.......................1974 James Chambers...................1986-87 Jon Chanda.................................2008 Bob Chandler..........................1972-73 Florence Chandler ......................1961 Daiveun Curry Chapman........2007-10 Francis Chapman...................1935-37 L.B. Chapman..............................1955 Pierre Charmasson......................1981 Sean Chase............................1986-87 Mike Cheap.................................1977 Gerald Chilton..............................1933 Kenneth Chilton...........................1935 John Chiono...........................1927-30 Jared Chrisman...........................2008 Mark Cibik....................................1983 Peter Cich...............................2000-01 Alberta Circosta......................1966-67 Vince Cisterna........................1946-49 Bob Claborn............................1960-63 Larry Clapham.............................1958 Al Clark........................................1969 Allan Clark..............................1975-78 Don Clark.....................................1935 Greg Clark..............................1976-77 James Clark.................................1927 John Clark...................................1924 Robert Clay..................................1951 Leonard Claymore.......................1938 Niegel Clements.....................2005-06 Roger Closs............................1948-49 James Cobb...........................1977-80 John Cochran..............................1967 Chris Coghlan..............................1993 Ed Coker.................................1967-68 Hinson Cole............................1932-33 Lamb Cole...................................1967 Monte Cole..................................1979 Nick Cole........................2012Valley Coleman.......................2000-01 James Collier...............................1950 Bump Collins .........................1977-79 Frank Collins ..........................1978-80 James Collins.........................1967-69 John Collins ................................1984 Louis Collins..................2012Shawn Collins ........................1985-88 Cleveland Colter..........................1969 Lacey Colter...........................1965-68 Scotty Combs..............................1926 Steve Combs..........................1971-72 John Cometa..........................1971-72 Gerald Commissiong...................2006 Charles Compton....................1951-54 Bill Compton................................1951 Charles Connelly.........................1960 John Conrad................................1917 Tony Conrad...........................1986-90 Tom Conway...........................1962-63 Charles Cook.....................1941, 1947 Randy Cook............................1983-85 Bob Cooke...................................1978 Jay Coombs............................1946-47 Harvey Cooper............................1924 Jeremy Cooper...................1998-2000 Mose Cooper..........................1927-30 Tavon Cooper..............................1998 Rich Coppage.........................1991-92 Raymond Cordes....................1932-33 Charles Corey..............................1949 Nick Cornell.................................1989 Gilbert Corona.......................1941, 46 David Correa..........................1984-85 Rich Correa............................1968-69 Kent Cosby.............................1922-24 Ron Cote................................1956-59 Frank Cottrell..........................1951-52

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2013 Northern Arizona Football All-Time Letterwinners Coughlin......................................1926 Beryl Coulson..............................1918 Jon Counts..................................1955 Chris Courter...............................1965 David Couture.........................1994-97 Larry Cox................................1969-70 Mike Coz......................................1947 Scott Craig..............................1991-92 Stuart Crandall....................1998-2000 Sonny Cray .................................1979 Vince Creviston......................1970-71 Jake Crissup...........................1996-99 Jim Criswell.................................1968 Rich Croson.................................1966 George Crouch............................1984 James Crowe...............................1984 Mike Crowe.............................1969-70 Al Culdice...............................1971-72 Tony Cullen.............................1982-86 Ryan Cunningham..................1998-99 William Cunningham....................1955 Charles Curren............................1965 Alphonse Curry.......................1976-79 Chad Curtis..................................2005 Mike Czyz...............................2008-11 D-D-D Brian Daeley...........................1978-79 Jim Dagley...................................1971 Eric Dahlberg...............................1995 Marcellus Dale.............................1946 Sonny Dale.............................1948-49 Jim Daley.....................................1960 Chip Daly.....................................1988 Eric Damko.............................1998-01 Joe Dandoy.................................1983 Marc D’Andrea.............................1985 Antonio Danek........................2007-08 Jeremy Dang..........................2010-12 Herb Daniel.............................1976-77 Mike Danielek.........................1965-67 Brent Daniels..........................2000-03 Cleve Dansby.........................1996-99 Cleveland Dansby..................1976-77 Wes Darby...................................1946 Duane Darr..................................1953 Bill Darrow...................................1982 Seth Darst...............................1995-97 Aaron Dave.............................1997-98 Richard Davenport..................1935-36 Jerry Davidson.............................1935 Clyde Davis..................1924-25, 1928 Damion Davis.........................1996-97 Jerry Davis..............................1982-85 Kevin Davis.............................1975-76 Eric Days.....................................1974 Dour Dean..............................1969-70 Jim Dearing............................1973-75 Wes Dearmore.......................1991-92 Ca’leve Deboskie...........2011Covaughn Deboskie-Johnson.....2012 Trent DeBusk...............................1979 Francis Decker............................1919 Nate Dedic..............................2006-07 Luigi DeFelice.........................1967-68 Al DeGrate..............................1975-76 John DeGrenier......................1969-70 Robbie Dehaze.......................2005-08 Owen Dejanovich...................1962-63 Jim Delaney............................1975-78 Ray DeLeon.................................1949 Mark Del Giorgio.....................2002-05 Robert DeLintt...............1952,1955-56 Geoff Demers.........................1988-89 Grant Denny...........................2008-09 Mark Deniz.............................1993-94 Mike Derifield...............................1968 Dean DeSpain...............1942,1946-48 Hubert Detloff.........................1926-29 Lou Devita...................................1982 Mark Diamond........................1981-82

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Julian Diaz..............................2004-05 John Dierking..........................1985-88 Mike DiSilvestro...........................1975 Dennis Dixon...............................1974 Giovannie Dixon.....................2009-11 David Dobbs................................1977 Allan Dodds.................................1968 Pete Doherty................................1970 Mike Dohm.............................1978-81 Thomas Dolan.............................1998 Bob Donahue..........................1971-72 Ty Dondelinger.......................1998-01 R. Donkersley.........................1946-47 Art Donnell..............................1993-94 Ernie Dora..............................1960-64 Mike Dosen....................2011Kelton Dotson..............................1965 Steve Douglass......................1990-93 Cody Dowd.......................2006-08, 10 Lucky Dozier..................2012Vince Dozier...........................1981-83 Doug Dragomer......................1991-92 Alex Duarte..................................1963 George Duarte........................1985-86 Geoff Ducksworth...................2004-05 Daren Dudgeon......................1987-91 C.R. Duley...................................1999 Ed Duley.................................1968-69 Dave Dumas................................1970 Daivon Dumas........................2009-11 Jimmy Dunbar........................1935-36 Clarence Duncan....................1959-60 Herb Duncan..........................1984-88 John Duncan...............................1950 George Dunlap...............2012Dan Dunklin ................................1918 Paul Dunn....................................1978 Marty Durkin................................1973 Lester Durst.................................1942 Allen Dushek..........................1936-38 E-E-E Keith Eachus..........................1985-86 John Earl................................1983-86 J.B. Easley..............................1927-29 Edwin Eckert...........................1935-36 Bill Eden.................................1970-71 Bubba Edmonds..........................2005 David Edstrom.............................1981 Jim Eis....................................1959-61 Jonas Eldridge.............................1985 Ralph Ellinger..............................1915 Harold Elliott................................1948 Matt Elliott...............................1989-93 Stacey Ellis.............................1994-95 Chip Ellwanger.......................1971-73 Ross Elvey...................................1952 Drew Emanuel................2010John Emerick...............................1987 Slip Emison..................................1919 Cecil Emmett...............................1935 Paul Enge....................................1972 Mickie Enright..............................1919 Jogn Enslow...........................1979-80 George Eppelman.......................1942 Bill Epperson..........................1960-61 Aaron Epstein..............................1952 Paul Ernster............................2001-04 David Estrada.........................1961-64 Matt Estrada...........................2008-10 Cleon Etter...................................1925 Robby Eufemia............................2002 Todd Evangelist...........................1942 Anthony Evans............................2008 Edward Evans........................1931-32 Glen Evans..................................1925 Milton Evans................................1949 Dustan Everman.....................1959-60 F-F-F Kenneth Fagan.......................1937-39

Arthur Fagg..................................1918 Charles Faires.............................1962 Bill Falcon....................................1950 Jim Fapley..............................1969-70 Jay Fano.................................2005-06 Afa Faraimo............................1996-98 Joe Farinas..................................1956 Sean Farley............................1988-90 Thomas Farney...........................1936 James Faultner............................1999 Quinn Fauria................................1990 Elmer Feather..............................1939 Warren Feigus.............................1946 Tony Felix...............................1978-80 John Fenger...........................1994-95 Jim Fernandez........................1960-63 Randy Ferrell..........................1974-75 Tom Fields...................................1953 Darin Fila................................1983-84 Charles Fillerup......................1922-23 Dan Finn.................................1994-97 Patrick Finkbone.....................2001-03 Dan Fischer.................................1955 Ed Fischer..............................1990-91 Robert Fish.............................1936-38 Joe Fisher....................................1970 Jim Fitzgerald..............................1953 Shaun Fitzpatrick.............2005-07, ‘09 Rick Flaherty................................1987 Curtis Flannigan..........................1971 Curtis Flannigan..........................1997 Gary Fleming...............................1968 Vic Flemons.................................1982 Alvin Fletcher...............................1960 Jeff Fletcher.................................1975 Kino Flores.............................1969-73 Ray Flores..............................1994-97 Bernard Flournoy.........................1954 Stevan Fontana......................1997-99 Brian Foote.............................1988-90 Mike Forch..............................1991-92 Charles Ford................................1978 Edgar “Mutt” Ford...................1930-32 Nate Foreman..............................1999 Robert Forti.............................1988-91 John Foss...............................1980-84 Elmer Foster................................1952 Tom Foster...................................1965 Bob Fowler..................................1977 Durant Fowler.........................1992-95 Dan Francis.................................1916 David Frank............................1965-68 Ken Fraser..............................1977-79 Robert Frazer..............................1931 Jarrod Fredricksen.......................2003 Scott Free...............................1971-72 Gleston Freeman.........................1950 John Freeman........................1975-77 Pat Freitas...................................1978 Eric Freund.............................1991-95 Larry Friedrichs.......................1975-77 Craig Frum.....................2011Chester Fuller.........................1932-33 Jim Fuller................................1965-69 Sean Funke............ 1999-00, 2002-03 Jason Fyda..................................2005 G-G-G Sean Gaffney..........................1971-72 Gary Galante..........................1983-86 Gary Galati.............................1970-73 Brian Galbreath......................1993-96 Neal Gallagher.............................1975 Gilbert Gallahar...........................2002 Joe Gallegos...........................1958-60 Taryll Galloway............................2004 Doug Gandy...........................1980-84 Frank Gankas..............................1946 Mark Gappa............................1989-90 Adrian Garcia..........................2009-10 Gilbert Garcia..............................1946

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Jesse Garcia................................1931 Mike Garcia............................1955-58 Ramiro Garcia.............................1952 Roy Garcia.....................2012Steven Garcia................2012Beau Gardner.................2011Vergene Gardner.........................1970 Steve Garner..........................1968-70 Larry Garrens.........................1990-91 Ken Garver..................................1964 Joe Garza...............................1991-92 Kevin Gaston..........................1979-82 Trevor Gates...........................2007-08 Terry Gatewood...........................1984 James Gee.............................1981-84 Sammy Gee.................................1965 Wayne Geis.................................1965 Ulysses George...........................1916 K.J. Gerard.............................2004-08 Gregg Gerkin..........................1977-80 Thomas Geter.........................1994-95 Dan Geyer...................................1977 Austin Gibbons.......................1925-28 Shawn Gibson........................1983-86 Tim Gibson..................................1979 Tom Gibson............................1982-86 William Giezl...........................1931-33 Benn Gill......................................1951 Branch Gill...................................1952 Norman “Pup” Gill........................1989 Tim Gill...................................1985-86 Trey Gilleo..............................2008-12 Tony Gilliam.................................1986 Archie Gilliland........................1946-48 Billy Gilliland................................1955 Guy Gilman.............................1932-33 Alex Gilmete...........................1987-89 Paul Gilmore................................1989 Al Gilpin..................................1972-73 Pierre Girtley................................2007 Charles Gilpin..............................1933 Bob Glassner..........................1965-68 Joe Glasson............................1935-36 Chris Glaze.............................1987-88 Will Glover..............................1989-92 Carl Golden............................1975-78 Courtney Golden.........................2000 Morris Golden..............................1930 Louis Goldman............................1946 Kurt Goldsberry ..........................1988 Mike Goldstein........................1997-98 Mike Golightly.........................1965-66 Brian Gomez...........................2000-02 Frank Gomez..........................1951-54 Joe Gomez.............................1952-55 Steve Gomez..........................1999-02 Jeff Gonter..............................1981-82 Armando Gonzales.................1955-56 Ruben Gonzales.....................1970-71 Mike Good..............................1994-95 Reggie Gooden......................1981-82 Dave Goodwin.............................1947 Tom Goodwin...............................1970 Tom Gordan.................................1989 Benny Gordon.............................1984 Tom Gottschall........................1989-91 Mark Gould.............................2000-03 Keith Govan.................................1993 Charles Gover........................1970-73 Bob Gradillas..........................1957-61 Chris Graham.........................1996-97 Troy Graham...............................2008 Adam Graley................................2005 Miguel Granillo.............................1955 Tanner Grantham....................1986-87 Demarrice Green.........................2008 Ramen Green.........................2001-04 Pete Greer...................................1969 Jesse Gregg...........................1921-22 Pete Greier..................................1970 Bobby Grey.............................1968-69

Nate Griffin.............................2003-04 Jerry Grigsby...............................1973 Justin Grimm..........................2004-05 Mike Groman...............................1962 Don Groscost...............................1981 Cary Grossart.............................2008Mike Grossner.............................1983 Stephen Gubernick......................2002 Rance Guild.................................1980 Brian Guliford..........................1992-93 Leroy Guenther..............2012Ian Gunderman.......................2001-04 Wally Gunkle...............................1980 Andy Gunsalus............................1954 Welko Gurovich...........................1941 Joe Gurski......................2011H-H-H Doug Hachett..........................1973-74 James Hackett........................1990-91 Jeff Hadded.................................1987 Lamar Haines.........................1948-50 Edward Haini...............................2004 Kenneth Hale......................1997-2000 Randy Hale, Jr................2010George Haley.........................1947-48 Anthony Hall...........................1986-88 Boyd Hall.....................................1961 Larry Hallam................................1967 James Hallsted............................1950 John Hamblin...............................1922 Roland Hamblin...........................1921 Lamont Hamlett...........................1976 Josh Hamlin............................2001-04 Eric Hammon...............................1985 George Hanley.......................1922-23 Joe Hanley..............................1916-19 Chris Hann..........................1998-2000 Bill Hanna...............................1964-67 Keith Hanna.................................1955 Mel Hannah............................1958-59 William Hanna........................1951-54 Mike Hannagan......................1966-67 Larry Hannum.........................1963-64 Tanner Hansler............................2009 Ernest Hansen........................1956-60 Jim Hansen..................................1956 Doug Harding.........................2001-03 Jiggs Hardt..................................1946 Richard Hardt..............................1941 Curt Hardy...................................1971 Robert Hardy...............................1979 Pete Hargis.............................2007-08 Anthony Harrington.......2012Cleveland “Chick” Harris ........1967-68 Dave Harris..................................1952 Monte Harris..................1959,1962-64 Ray Harris...............................1958-59 Tyler Harris..................................2000 Rusty Harrison.............................1979 Jesse Hart...................................1999 Marc Hartman.........................1987-89 Russ Hartman..............................1975 Harry Hartsell..........................1964-66 Charles Harvell.......................1961-64 Ross Haskie...........................1938-39 Austin Hasquet..............2011Glen Hastings..............................1984 Kay Hatch...............................1931-33 Edgar Hawkins.......................1962-63 Ryan Hawkins................2012Lee Haws................................2000-03 Robert Haws...........................1998-01 Lofa Hay......................................1937 Bill Hayes.....................................1976 Michael Haynes......................1986-87 Mike Haynes................................1976 Richard Haywood........................1962 Gus Headington......................1949-50 Jim Headington............................1955 Dave Heasman.......................1994-97


Lumberjacks All-Time Letterwinners Earl Heckethorn...........................1919 Jack Heckethorn.....................1922-26 Trevor Heekin.........................2004-08 Jeff Heffernen..............................1976 Alex Henderson......................2006-09 Broc Hendershot..........................1999 Elmer Henderson.........................1915 Carl Hendricks.............................1932 Lloyd Hendricks...........................1935 Vince Henman........................2002-04 George Henry.........................1946-47 Roland Henshaw.........................1932 Greg Henson...............................1971 George Hentz..............................1957 Finney Hernandez.......................1954 Joe Hernandez............................1976 Joe Hernandez.......................1969-71 Steve Hernandez....................1993-94 Victor Hernandez....................1993-94 Bill Herrera..............................1958-59 Gary Herrera...........................2001-02 Jim Herrero....................2012Michael Herrick.......................2008-10 Fred Herring................................1923 Jerome Herring.......................1995-96 Donald Herriott............................1924 Cy Hershey..................................1982 Shea Heslep...........................1949-50 Jake Hess...............................2011-12 Mason Hess............................1992-95 Dean Hesseler.............................1975 Bill Hickman............................1981-82 Rue Hickman...............................1939 Aaron Hicks............................2006-07 Neal Higgenson......................1975-78 Ed Hightower..........................1975-78 Jon Hightower..............................1978 Roger Hightower.....................1937-39 Joe Higuera.................................1951 Phil Hildebrand.......................1972-73 Ryan Hill.................................1996-97 Vernon Hill...................................1939 Wally Hill......................................1962 Eugene Hillock........................1950-51 Jay Hills.......................................1969 Danny Hinds...........................1981-86 Jeff Hines................................2007-10 Phil Hinse....................................1979 Darrell Hinton..........................1987-88 Todd Hitchcock.......................1992-93 Gary Hitterman.......................1971-72 Mike Hlavac............................1969-70 Jeff Hodges.................................1988 Ryan Hodson..........................1994-95 Terry Hoerner..........................1971-74 Drew Hoffman.........................2004-07 Ford Hoffman..........................1927-29 Ned Hogan..................................1933 Pat Hogan....................................1919 Jerry Holder............................1981-84 Craig Holland...............................1971 Jackson Holland.....................1946-50 Burt Hollis....................................1936 Chris Holmes...............................1982 Roy Holmes............................1998-01 Steve Holmes.........................1968-69 Walter Holmes.............................1973 Bill Holst..................................1978-79 Ryne Holstrom........................2006-09 Gary Holt.....................................1952 William Holt.............................1926-28 George Homeyer.........................1935 Mike Hooper...........................1991-92 Kenneth Hooples.........................1927 Sherman Hopkins...................1938-39 Bill Hoppes..................................1980 Andy Horn...............................1931-33 Reginald Horne............................1918 Marvin Horner.........................1950-52 Gary Houghton............................1984 Fred Householder........................1931

Josh Housman........................1993-96 Dave Howard..........................1972-73 Gary Howard...............................1970 Julian Howard.........................1988-90 Rick Howard...........................1972-73 Charles Hrabowy....................1990-91 Paul Hubbard ..............................1955 Rick Huber...................................1981 Carey Hubert..........................1966-67 Kevin Huddleston........................1987 Terry Hudgins.........................1968-69 Ed Hudson...................................1935 Gilbert Huerta.........................1974-76 Justin Huey..................................2006 Larry Huff................................1985-88 Mel Huffaker...........................1956-59 Anthony Hughes............2012Aaron Huisman............................2001 Scott Hull................................1996-97 Jewell Humphreys..................1932-33 Chris Hunsaker.......................2005-06 Dale Hunt................................1965-67 James Hunt.................................1931 Brian Hunter...........................2007-10 Joe Hunter..............................1946-47 Donald Hurston.......................1991-94 Steve Huskey.........................1988-89 Mark Huston...........................1984-86 Trent Hutchinson.........................1981 Alec Hutton.............................2010-11 Tim Hutton...................................1985 Tom Hyde..........................1942, 1946 Chris Hyta....................................1971 I-I-I Cyrus Igono..................2005, 2007-08 Josiah Igono................................2002 Chike Ima.......................2012Shawn Ingram........................1993-95 Earl “Jiggs” Insley...................1931-33 Jose Insua...................................1976 Andrew Isaacson.........................1925 Tim Isaacson...............................1918 Eric Iverson.............................2001-04 Mike Ivey.....................................1972 Bruce Ivor...............................1971-74 J-J-J Darrin Jackson........................1989-90 Derrick Jackson......................2007-08 Elmer Jackson.............................1921 James Jackson.......................1986-87 Joe Jackson.................................1969 Keith Jackson.........................1977-80 Marvin Jackmon.....................1983-84 Perry Jackson..............................2011 Raufeem Jackson...................2001-04 Russell Jackson......................1931-33 Donald Jacobs........................1993-94 Jason Jacobs..........................2002-03 Pete Jacobs............................1979-80 Noah Jacobsen.......................1995-96 Homer Jacobsmeyer..............1936-38 Matt Jacques...............................1985 Randy Jagger..............................1972 Mark Jagodzinski....................1995-96 Casey Jahn....................2012Bob James..............................1972-74 Dennis James..............................1984 Jack James.............................1961-64 Ted James..............................1965-67 Bill Jaques...................................1985 Tony Jaramillo..............................1973 Laverl Jarvis................................1931 Silas Jarvis.............................1924-26 Maurice Jeanisse....................1990-91 Tom Jeeves............................1988-89 Walter Jefferson...........................1997 Bob Jenkins............................1982-83 Mike Jenkins...........................1978-81 Ronney Jenkins...........................1999

Jude Jenners..........................1971-72 Jensen.........................................1937 Dennis Jensen.............................1970 Jiggs Jensen................................1926 Dion Jergo..............................1981-82 Al Jernigan...................................1987 Ken Jerry................................2002-04 Jay John......................................1976 Todd John...............................1970-74 Bill Johnson..................1942, 1945-46 Bill Johnson.................................1959 DeAndre Johnson........................2006 Ellis Johnson...............................1925 Harrison Johnson..........2012Hendricks Johnson.................1990-91 Jack Johnson...............................1970 Kenneth Johnson.........................1946 Mark Johnson..............................1973 Matt Johnson..........................1993-96 Phil Johnson ..........................1993-95 Robbie Johnson...........................1969 Robert Johnson...........................1969 Ron Johnson...............................1970 Scott Johnson.........................1986-87 Steve Johnson........................1978-80 Todd Johnson.........................1991-92 Tom Johnson..........................1989-90 Jake Johnston...............2012Scott Johnston........................1980-84 Mike Johnstone......................1987-88 Bryan Jones.................................1916 Cedric Jones...........................1996-99 Ed Jones.................................1971-73 Jeff Jones....................................1987 Jim Jones...............................1989-90 Jonathan Jones......................1988-89 Ray Jones....................................1951 Robbin Jones..........................1977-78 Tim Jones....................................1997 Peter Jonovich........................1985-88 Dick Joralmon.........................1953-54 Darrell Jordan.........................1988-89 Jack Jordan.................................1955 O.B. Joy.......................................1936 Ed Judie..................................1977-80 Taylor Julio..............................2008-12 Justin Jungblut..............2012Tom Jurich..............................1975-77 Scooter Justiani......................1984-86 Airabin Justin...............................2002 K-K-K Zack Ka’ahanui...........................2009George Kagele.......................1972-73 George Kahawaii....................1975-76 Kalen Kamaka........................1988-89 Harry Kaminski.......................1982-85 Bud Kane.....................................1972 Quentin Kantaris............2012Kurt Karstens..........................2005-06 Trent Kartchner............................1990 Tom Kasunic................................1976 Ted Kawulok...........................1976-78 Greg Kavulich..............................2004 Wicky Kay....................................1954 Kaaina Keawe........................1999-02 Malachi Keddington................1998-01 John Keegan...............................1948 Steve Keeling..............................1989 Terry Keeton...........................1965-67 Herb Keller...................................1954 Bob Kelley.....................1942,1946-47 Jim Kelley............1963-64,1966, 1968 Joe Kelley....................................1994 Sandy Kellin.................................1966 Bill Kellis......................................1953 Ed Kelly.......................................1969 Sean Kelly...................................1989 Jack Kennedy..............................1917 Todd Kennedy..............................1982 Todd Kennedy..............................1989

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John Kenshalo.............................1942 Wally Kepner...............................1980 Joe Kersting............................1976-77 Gary Kiepke...................1963,1966-68 David Killeen...........................1993-95 Wilfrek Killip.................................1933 Dalton Kimble..............................1966 Robert Kimbro.............................1921 Bruce Kindall..........................1980-81 Marcus King............................1998-01 Randy Kirschman...................2003-06 Paul Kirschvink............................1948 Paul Kitchen................................2004 Murphy Kittrell.........................1982-85 Pat Kleiner..............................1948-49 Dayton Kling...........................1937-38 Steve Kloeppel.......................1987-89 John Kmetovic........................1969-72 Chesty Knight..............................1939 Walter Knox............................1931-33 Jim Kobashi............................1959-60 Fotu Kofutua...........................2006-07 Kevin Kolkman........................1993-96 Dale Konow.................................1964 Allan Korneff................................1961 Hartsell Kornegay........................1935 Fritz Kreuzer...........................1963-66 Lance Kriesien........................2005-08 Bob Krizan..............................1962-65 L-L-L Fred Lacey..............................1981-82 Alan Lachaumette........................1981 Manuel Laguna............................1949 Marc Lamb..............................1990-92 George Lamport..........................1919 Doug Lampshire..........................1975 John Land ...................................1981 Travis Landrum............................1991 Arnold “Bud” Lane..................1966-67 Bob Lane.....................................1953 Steve Lane.............................1982-83 David Lang.............................1987-89 Theo Langford.............................1982 Steve Lannon.........................1969-70 Vance Larrabee...........................1938 Mike Larraque.........................1983-84 Larson..........................................1916 Bruce Larson...............................1986 Mike Larson.................................1974 Nick Larson..................................2010 Quinton Larson.......................2004-06 Ricky Lavender.......................1997-98 Kyle Lawson................................1998 Greg Laybourn.............................2004 Charles Lee............................1963-66 Leslie Lee....................................2002 Lynn Lee......................................1952 Reader Leflore.............................1968 Mike Leitle...................................1974 Larry Lemke.................................1971 Mike Lemos............................1995-97 Rodney Leota.........................1986-87 Marlin LeSueur............................1955 Woodrow LeSueur.......................1938 Bennett Levy...........................1986-88 Brandon Lewis.............................2005 Edmond Lewis........................1961-65 Jeff Lewis................................1991-95 Rich Lewis...................................1973 Sammy Lewis..............................1942 Shannon Lewis.......................1971-72 Manuel Leyva.........................1952-55 Brian Liebrock.........................1985-86 Scott Lindquist........................1979-82 Tony Lindsey...........................1963-65 Ryan Lingenfelder..................1994-97 Goran Lingmerth.....................1985-86 Rick Linneweh.............................1961 Brad Little...............................1982-85 Denton Little................................1942

Anthony Ljubicich...................1935-37 Anthony Llanos.............2006, 2008-10 Bernard Lloyd.........................1931-32 Alfredo Lobrato............................1952 Kelly Lochbaum...........................1996 Otis Lockett.............................1997-99 Tim Lockridge..............................1976 Locky Lockwood..........................1926 George Loftin...............................1973 Brian Loftus............................1988-92 Jarett Loggins.........................1994-97 Mark Lomas............................1968-69 Keala Loo...............................1999-02 Steve Loomas.........................1977-78 Jerry Loper.............................1959-60 Eddie Lopez............................1960-62 Hector Lopez..........................1956-59 Johnny Lopez..............................1958 Mario Lopez.................................1969 Nick Lopez...................................1955 Tony Lopez..................................1925 Vic Lopez................................1954-57 David Lord..............................2007-08 Dan Lorenz..................................1969 Dan Loveall..................................1958 Scott Lovering..............................1982 Wayne Loving.........................1941-42 Bruce Lovingwood.......................1952 John Lowry..................................1916 Rocky Loyce...........................1973-74 Oriol Lozand................................1952 Luckingham.................................1957 Rich Lucero.................................2002 Josh Luck...............................2006-08 Bob Lueck....................................1961 Conrado Lujan.............................1955 Larry Luke....................................1982 Jerry Lumpkin.........................1975-78 Arnulfo Luna................................1924 William Lund................................1955 Kyle Lunde...................................1994 Trent Lundin.......................1999-2000 Mike Luzny..................................1965 Joe Lyman..............................2006-07 Sammie Lynch.............................1989 Richard Lyons........................1941, 46 M-M-M Doug MacGregor.........................1970 Raphael Mack.........................2008-09 Ken Macklin.................................1985 Glenn MacLeod...........................1980 Josie Maddox.........................1956-59 Kaleb Madison.............................2002 Buster Madriaga.....................1954-56 Buster Madriaga, Jr.....................1987 Sam Madriaga........................1951-53 Rhian Madrid..........................2005-06 Roy Madrid..................................1954 Pisa Magele............................2000-01 Terry Mahan............................1982-86 Kory Mahr...............................2004-05 Steve Maier............................1967-70 Ikaika Mahoe...............................2007 Kenny Mahone.......................2006-07 Taylor Malenfant.....................2009-12 Andrew Maloata...........................1987 Faren Mandel.........................1987-88 Pete Mandley..........................1979-83 Bill Manes...............................1935-36 Chris Mangold........................1975-77 Bud Manier..................................1954 Rich Manno............................1982-83 Walt Mannon.................1968,1971-72 Fabian Manumaleuna..................1998 Alex Marcelin..........................1991-94 Eric Marchall...........................1988-89 Herbert Marchall..........................1916 Kevin Margerum.....................1979-82 John Marine............................1921-24 Jeff Markey.............................1989-90

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2013 Northern Arizona Football All-Time Letterwinners Johnny Marshall.....................2000-03 Rod Marshall..........................1993-95 Austin Martin...........................2005-06 Bob Martin..............................1975-76 James Martin..........................1994-97 Jeff Martin....................................1955 Lance Martin................................1991 Max Martin..............................1946-47 Steve Martin...........................1971-72 Torry Martin.............................1983-86 Tony Martinex.........................1947-48 Alex Martinez...............................1956 Brian Martinez........................1990-91 George Martinez..........................1947 Steve Marx.............................1980-82 John Mascola.........................1982-83 Dick Maske.............................1954-55 Dave Mason................................1971 Derek Mason..........................1987-91 Joe Mason...................................1955 High Masson................................1955 Chris Mathews.............................1982 John Mathews.............................1915 Howard Matney...........................1962 Charles Matthews...................1987-88 Rod Matthews.........................1994-95 Royce Matthews.....................1936-37 Scotty Mattos...............................2002 Mike Mauger...........................1974-75 Willie Maumau........ 1999-00, 2002-03 Jerry Mautz.............................1956-57 Herbert May.................................1918 Fernando Maya......................1956-59 Hal Mayer....................................1970 Coleman McArthur.......................2009 Ray McCaughey.....................1925-26 Bill McCormick.............................1958 Cecil McCormick................1918, 1925 Ken McCormick......................1978-79 Daryl McCoy................................1980 Jim McCullock.............................1961 Leslie McDaniel...........................1916 Art McDonald..........................1990-94 Jeromy McDonald...................2001-02 Mark McDonald...........................1975 Tyler McDonnell......................1996-97 Zach McDonnell.............2012Paul McDonough.........................1982 Mark McDowell............................1979 Gerry McEurn..............................1955 Tim McFadden........................1993-95 Jerry McGaugh............................1922 Lenny McGee.........................1985-86 Marcus McIllwain....................2005-06 Fraser McKay.........................1939-41 Marty McKee...............................1979 Scott McKeever......................2007-11 Cord McKenzie.......................1998-99 Zephery McKenzie..................1974-75 Thurman McKinney................1983-84 Charles McKinzie....................1990-91 Jack McLain............................1946-48 Harry McLaughlin...................1989-91 Sean McLaughlin.........................1989 Art McMillan.................................1960 Todd McMillon.........................1991-95 McNutt.........................................1926 Zac McNally............................2007-09 Mickey McShan...........................1991 C.W. Mead...................................1970 Conrad Meadows...................2008-09 Kevin Meagher.......................2005-08 Edmund Medina..........................1960 John Medina................................1961 Louis Medina...............................1956 Pat Meech..............................1983-87 Dave Meints.................................1965 Bob Melendez.........................1959-60 Frank Melendez......................1969-70 Josh Mello...................................1995 Wayne Melton..............................1963

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Dave Mendez.........................1973-74 Carlos Mendiola...........................1949 Alex Mendoza.........................1947-49 Mike Mendoza........................1983-84 Mike Mercer.................................1960 Tom Merriam...........................1986-90 Jay Dee Merrill........................1953-54 Brad Meuli...................................1975 Bru Meyer...............................2003-04 Nate Miconi.............................1995-96 Richard Middleton...................2005-07 Bruce Miller..................................1960 C.D. Miller....................................1928 Cliff Miller................................1939-41 Darrell Miller...........................1952-53 Henry Miller ...........................1987-88 Howard Miller..........................1952-55 Jack Miller...............................1932-33 Joe Miller.......................1941,1946-47 John Miller.....................1966,1971-72 Jordan Miller ...............................1969 Noel Miller...............................1937-38 Robert Miller...........................1978-80 Tim Miller................................1982-84 Merville Mills................................1916 Cliff Millsapps.........................1970-71 Chris Minor.............................1973-74 Ed Minor.................................1960-62 Fausto Miranda.......................1960-61 Rex Mirich...............................1959-63 Darrell Mitchell.............................1972 Jimmy Mitchell........................2007-08 Joe Mitchell.............................2006-07 Mike Mitchell................................2004 Ron Mitchell............................1977-80 Vardan Mkhitarian........................1999 Gary Moderacki......................1970-71 Jimmy Mohr............................1979-80 Jerry Molera.................................1981 Rick Molera..................................1981 Nico Molino..................................2008 Jon Moller....................................1968 Shane Moniz...................2012William Montanna........................1951 H. Montgomery ......................1977-79 Mooney........................................1926 Clarence Moore......................2000-03 Homer Moore...............................1916 Lance Moore...........................1997-98 Roy Moore...................................1960 Skyler Moore..........................2005-08 Frank Morales.........................1953-58 Dan Moran..............................1982-86 David Moran.......................1998-2000 Dave Moreau...............................1982 Ephraim Moreno.....................1935-37 Jesus Moreno.........................1989-90 Roy Morey...................................1955 Glen Morgan...........................1956-59 Spencer Morrison........................2008 Jim Moser....................................1939 Philip Moses...........................1928-29 Jason Mosier...............................1997 Dan Moss...............................1949-51 Perry Moss....................1941,1946-47 Erin Motes..............................1988-89 Alex Mott.................................2008-11 Ken Moulton...........................1965-66 Don Mower.............................1977-80 Frosty Mueller..............................1986 Rufus Mullen, Jr......................1971-72 Cecil Mulleneaux....................1928-31 Larry Muno..................................1984 Al Munoz.................................1947-49 Charles Murphy...........................1918 Ira Murphy...................................1931 Ralph Murphy..............................1930 Tim Murphy..................................1960 Jason Murrietta.......................2003-06 Nathaniel Murray....................2007-08 H.H. Muse....................................1947

David Musselman...................1990-91 Chris Muti...............................1989-93 Matt Myers..............................2008-11 Tim Myers....................................1977 Don Mylchreest............................1965 N-N-N Al Nader.......................................1947 Tiny Naegle.................................1922 Dave Narramore..........................1969 Charles Nash .........................1999-01 Chris Nash..............................2002-03 Emil Nasser.......................1941, 1946 Salvador Nava........................1987-90 Anthony Navaro...........................1987 Alfred Neima................................1933 Bill Nelson....................................1977 Cecil Nelson...........................1956-57 Earl Nelson.............................1992-93 Scott Nelson...........................1988-89 Ted Nelson...................................1967 Todd Nelson.................................1968 Walter Nelson..............................1935 Troyce Newberry....................1936-39 Xavier Newbill..............................2005 Justin Newman.......................1995-97 Don Nicholl..................................1942 David Nichols..........................1988-90 John Nichols...........................1969-70 Zach Nielsen................................2004 Karl Nielson............................1935-37 Dave Noosinow......................1977-80 Kevin Noyd.............................1977-80 Dre Nunis.....................................2005 John Nuttall.............................1970-71 Stephen Nwogbe....................2005-08 O-O-O William Oates..............................1955 James O’Connor.....................2003-04 Gus O’Connor..............................1919 Mark O’Connor............................1976 John Oddonetto...........................1950 Tim Oder.................................1969-70 John O’Donnell............................1975 Rich O’Hara.................................1967 Kevin O’Leary.........................1994-95 Tim O’Leary.................................1993 Bud Olsen....................................1970 Erique Olsen...........................1997-98 Mike Olson..............................1968-69 Jim Oman...............................1962-63 Keith O’Neil.............................1999-02 Bill Orinski...............................1969-70 Ray Orr........................................1938 Adolph Orrantia...........................1930 Bob Orrill.................................1975-79 Eugene Ortiz................................1955 Jim Osborn..................................1938 Clark Osborne........................1983-87 Harold Osborne...........................1921 Kasseem Osheroff..................2007-11 Don Ott...................................1987-88 Alvin Overson.........................1933-34 Clyde Overson.............................1942 Wesley Overson.....................1931-33 Lucian Owens..............................1916 Robert Owens..............................1984 Russ Owens...........................1977-81 P-P-P Lynn Pace ..............................1926-29 Vinnie Paciulli.........................2008-11 Josh Packer ...........................1993-94 Khalil Paden ..........................2010-11 John Padilla............................1979-82 Nick Padoval................................1976 Jesse Page.............................1997-98 Dennis Paige...............................1993 Matt Palacio............................1981-82 Bill Palmer ..................................1974

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Randy Palmer.........................1975-76 Travis Palmer.........................1994-95 Chris Parish............................1991-93 Larry Parker.................................1981 Marcus Parker.............................2001 Vincent Parker.............................1980 Mike Parkes.................................1989 Jason Parkinson..........................2008 Parks...........................................1917 Preston Parsons.....................1998-01 Ryan Partridge.............................2004 Scott Partridge........................1994-95 Dave Pasanella......................1980-81 Jerry Pasquini..............................1967 Dwight Patterson....................1932-33 Jim Patterson..........................1935-37 Roy Patterson..............................1955 Steve Patterson...........................1988 Lee Patton...................................1926 Taylor Patton...........................2009-10 Bob Pavlich.............................1936-38 Nick Paynovich.......................1931-33 Kainoa Pe’a............................2006-10 Dusty Peace...........................2000-01 John Peach.............................1946-47 George Pear...........................1927-30 Ricky Pearsall.........................1994-97 Dan Pela.................................2008-11 Art Pena..................................1962-63 Micky Penaflor........................1985-89 Leroy Peoples..............................1971 Joe Perez....................................1963 Jamaal Perkins..............2011Cisco Perralta.........................2003-05 John Perrigo...........................2001-04 Charles Perrill1..............1942,1946-48 Jim Perrill.....................................1941 Elbert “Bo” Perry.....................1981-82 Jason Perry............................2003-04 Jerry Perry...................................1953 Jordan Perry..................2012Willie Perry.............................1972-73 Raymond Perryman............1997-2000 Chris Petersen........................1955-56 Jake Petersen.....................1997-2000 Tyrone Peterson.....................1975-78 Paul Petraitis...............................1978 Ben Petrucci...........................1993-96 Nick Petrucci...........................1995-97 Joe Pettit......................................1984 Terrance Petty........................1997-98 Gail Pew......................................1946 Calvin Pharr............................1968-69 Lewis Phelps..........................1933-35 Neal Phelps............................1917-18 Brian Phillips...........................1955-56 John Phillips...........................1950-52 Dustin Phillips..............................2003 Warren Phillips..................1942, 1946 Anthony Piazza............................1988 Tom Piechota...............................1986 M. Pieczentkowski.......................1961 Charles Pierce.............................1918 Heston Pierce..............................1930 Charles Pilon...............................1955 DeAnte Piper...............................2008 Gene Pisel...................................1952 Tom Pistole.............................1981-82 Cedric Pitts, Jr........................2002-03 Paul Plummer..............................1924 Keith Poche............................1991-92 Harold Poe..............................1924-25 Kyren Poe.......................2012Kris Poindexter.......................2007-10 Whit Poindexter......................1979-80 Jim Polenske..........................1980-82 Keith Politte.................................1986 Frank Pollack..........................1985-89 Phil Pollock..................................2010 Tony Pontarelli........................1975-76 Jim Porter....................................1970

Glen Posey.............................1987-89 Nick Posey..............................2006-07 Chuck Potee................................1979 Brian Potter.............................1979-80 Pat Powers..................................1970 Carlton Prather.......................1915-16 Hamblin Pratt..........................1931-33 Mike Pratt...............................1999-00 Charles Pregnetzer......................1942 Stever Preston........................1968-69 Willie Pringle...........................1973-74 Dave Protivnak............................1993 Puente.........................................1935 Don Puente .................................1915 John Puhara...........................1937-39 Clarence Pulliam.........................1915 Mana Purdy............................2009-11 Q-Q-Q Donald Quaderer....................1937-38 Raul Quezada..............................1955 R-R-R David Rabago.........................1951-53 Keith Rabb...................................1989 John Rade...................................1978 Nick Ragland-Johnsen...........2008-12 Bill Rainbolt..................................1946 Matt Raivio..............................2002-03 George Raitt................................1924 Doug Ramma..............................1982 Gilbert Ramos.........................1971-74 Dan Ramsey................................1979 Larry Ramsey..............................1969 Tom Ramsey...........................1969-72 Eldon Randall.........................1941-42 Nate Randall...........................1932-33 Jason Randels.............................1997 Jeff Randle-El.........................1983-85 Earl Randolph.........................1956-59 Len Raney..............................1990-94 John Rants..................................1975 Kyle Rath................................2007-10 Brian Rau................................1993-94 Ryan Rauschert......................2006-09 Jack Ray......................................1951 Tevin Ray........................2011Wes Rayban................................1939 John Raymond............................1998 Tim Reader.............................2004-07 Darrell Reagan............................1991 Ryan Reardon................2012Willard Reaves.......................1977-80 Ernie Redmond.......................1965-68 Tautua Reed................................2005 Erin Reeder............................1989-93 Mark Reeve............................1990-92 Arthur Reeves.........................1980-82 Paul Renner............................1956-59 Hayden Renning............2012Dominic Renon............................1961 Frank Renteria...............1941,1946-48 Rick Renzi..............................1976-79 Rob Renzi...............................1978-79 Scott Reutter...........................1989-90 Sheldon Revis.............................1985 Alvin Rex................................1956-59 Jesus Reyes................................1994 Ruben Reyes..........................1960-63 Henry Reyna...........................1946-48 Louis Reyna............................1955-58 Lane Reynolds........................1988-89 Paul Reynolds.............................1958 Tony Reynolds.............................1977 Darren Rhodes.......................1988-90 Gordon Rhodes...........................1938 Woodrow Rhodes........................1941 Lloyd Rhoten..........................1921-23 Clay Richard................................1979 Daryl Richards.............................1971 Max Richards..........................1982-84


Lumberjacks All-Time Letterwinners Morris Richards...........................1923 Paul Richards.........................1917-18 Ben Richardson.............1981,1983-84 Robert Richey.........................1972-73 R.J. Rickert.....................2011Brian Riley..............................2007-11 Al Riswold....................................1932 Gary Roach.................................1975 Chad Robbins..............................1981 Terry Robbins..............................1990 Brian Roberson.......................1977-79 Donri Roberson......................1983-87 Mark Roberts..........................1975-76 Mike Robertson...........................1975 Olen Robertson......................1974-75 Steve Robertson.....................1982-83 Cleo Robinson.............................1969 DeJuan Robinson...................1983-86 Gerald Robinson.....................1990-92 Jack Robinson.............................1955 Renal Robinson......................1996-97 Roger Robinson......................2003-04 Terry Robinson............................1952 Robert Robles..............................1960 Tony Robles.................................1960 Erv Rodgers............................1964-65 Artie Rodriguez............................1952 Jake Rodriguez..............2012Ricardo Rodriguez..................1981-82 Rick Rodriguez.......................1979-83 Carl Rogers.......................1935, 1939 Dave Rogers...........................1946-49 Gary Rogers................................2009 Larry Rogers................................1968 Ned Rogers............................1935-37 Tom Rogers............................1971-72 Sam Rogolsky........................1927-28 Joe Rolle......................................1938 Frank Romano........................1991-94 Danny Roper...............................2008 Bob Rosanbalm......................1951-52 James “J.J.” Rosier......................1998 Ron Rosier...................................1986 Greg Roskopf.........................1982-86 Raymond Ross............................1917 Mike Rossi...................................1991 Sean Roundtree.....................1987-91 Allen Rouse............................1986-87 Donald Row.................................1942 Don Rowell..................................1975 Brad Rowland.........................1982-83 Stan Rowley...........................1946-49 Brad Royse.............................1973-75 Mark Ruckle.................................1979 Bill Rudolph............................1973-74 Manuel Ruiz............................1952-54 Melvin Rushing............................1925 Joe Russac..................................1939 Jim Russo...............................1963-64 J.J. Ruther..............................1991-93 Wesley Ruther........................1938-39 Bernie Rutherford........................1949 Matt Ryan...............................2002-03 Randy Ryan.................................1976 S-S-S Rick Saathoff...............................1970 Norman Saba.........................1946-47 Frank Saenz................................1948 Robert Saenz...............................1949 Niko Saiplale................................2004 Alex Salas....................................1956 Angel Salas............................1954-55 Carlos Salas...........................1956-59 Cruz Salas..............................1956-57 Reggie Salazar............................1953 Andy Saldana.........................2008-11 Brad Salem.............................1988-89 Brent Salem............................1988-89 Herman Salzbrenner..............1936-39 Don Sam......................................1967

Zack Samorano...........................2005 Jeff Sampson...............................1987 To’o Samuelu..........................2007-10 Jess Sanchez..............................1949 Joe Sanchez...........................1969-72 Philo Sanchez.........................2002-05 Shane Sandau...................2004, 2006 Kelly Sandell................................1987 Frank Sanders.............................1919 Frank Sanders........................1931-32 Jake Sanders..........................2003-05 Jim Sanders.................................1975 Nathan Sanders......................1994-95 Preston Sanders.....................2007-08 Robert Sanders...........................1970 Tom Sanders...............................1930 Manuel Sandoval.........................1951 Mike Sands.............................1999-02 Tim Sanford............................1970-73 Mike Sanfratello......................1986-90 Mike Santiago.........................1976-79 Peter Santibanez....................2000-03 Albert Santillenes.........................1916 John Saranger.............................1947 Chad Satterfield...........................1999 Ryan Saumer...............................2008 Paul Saunders.............................1949 Merritt Savage........................1946-48 Josh Sayles............................2004-07 John Scanion...............................1942 Bill Scarbrough.......................1952-55 Aurthur Schaar............................1924 John Schachtner.....................1977-81 Alfred Schanz.........................1936-37 Louis Schenk..........................2008-10 Art Schilling.............................1961-63 John Schlotfeld............................1938 Eric Schlesener...........................1984 Robbie Schmitz......................1975-76 Aaron Schoenecker.....................2009 Eric Schrader..........................1970-73 Doug Schriner.........................1974-75 Kelley Schultz.........................1971-72 Larry Schultz...........................1962-63 Ray Schwanbeck....................1930-32 Willy Schweikart.....................1935-36 Brad Scott...............................1987-90 Chris Scott..............................1983-84 Ed Scott.......................................1966 Lionel Scott..................................2007 Steve Scott.............................1974-77 Bill Seabrook...............................1972 Troy Searcy............................1997-98 Wayne See.............................1946-47 Max Selder........................1941, 1946 Willie Sellers...........................1980-81 Clifford Sells...........................1978-79 Greg Semas...........................1991-93 Cliff Sennett............................1991-93 Lalo Serrano...........................1953-54 Dan Serrano...........................1981-82 Tony Serrano..........................1980-81 Steve Setka.................................1962 Keith Sewell.................................1986 Shanahan....................................1926 Brian Shanahan......................2005-06 Austin Shanks.........................2008-12 Arthur Sharpe.........................1947-49 Alan Shaver............................1963-64 DeWayne Shavers..................1985-88 Augustus Shaw............................1937 Justin Shaw.................................2004 Lamont Shedrick.....................1989-90 Terrence Sheehan..................1989-90 Steve Shellenberger....................1977 Kevin Shelton.........................1995-98 Dugger Shepard..........................1942 Mike Sheppard............................1970 Ken Sherman..........................1969-72 Mark Shields................................1986 Adam Shipley..............................2008

Vernon Shipp...............................1931 Ben Sialega.................................1980 Tucker Sides................................1991 Pete Siebert.................................1976 Joel Sienkeiwicz..........................2008 Anthony Simmons..................1988-90 Chris Simon.................................2004 Joel Simpson..........................1960-62 Jim Sims.................................1961-64 Jeff Singleton II.......................2004-05 Warren Sirrine........................1928-31 Basil Skouser...............................1961 Ozzie Slade............................1965-68 Robert Slayton.............................1949 Sandy Sledge.........................1985-88 Larry Small.............................1966-69 Demitrio Smaniego......................1953 Andre Smith............................1998-99 Beau Smith.............................1992-93 Bob Smith...............................1938-39 Bob Smith...............................1963-67 Campbell Smith...........................1961 Colin Smith..................................1988 David Smith............................1983-86 Dean Smith.............................1976-77 Don Smith....................................1973 Earnest Smith..............................1969 Enoch Smith...........................1929-31 Fred Smith..............................1937-38 Fred Smith..............................1978-81 George Smith.........................1916-17 George Smith..............................1955 Harold Smith...........................1975-78 Jeff Smith.....................................1976 Jeff Smith................................1979-82 Jim Smith.....................................1973 Leroy Smith.................................1923 Lynne Ray Smith....................1998-99 Major Smith.................................1972 Mike Smith...................................1989 Paul Smith...................................1981 Ray Smith...............................1975-78 Sidney Smith..........................2000-01 Stefan Smith...........................1989-90 Tim Smith...............................1970-71 Tucker Smith..........................1988-90 Walt Smith..............................1949-50 Don Snyder..................................1941 Mark Snyder................................1973 Nick Sofranac.........................1999-01 Larry Sol......................................1942 Ray Solis................................2001-02 Junior Solomon.......................1979-81 Ted Sorich...............................1957-59 Joe Sorrels.............................1931-33 Marcello Soto...............................1946 Bill Southwell...............................1963 Sean Sovacool.......................2003-04 Bill Sowders............................1991-95 Mark Spradlin.........................2005-07 Marlin Spaw...................1950-51,1955 Cliff Specht..................................1966 Mitch Speros................................1955 Tom Speros............................1953-55 Jack Spilsbury.............................1941 Randy Spilsbury.....................1973-75 Clay Spivey.............................1949-50 Mike St. Louis.........................1963-65 Francis St. Paul..................1997-2000 Gibbons St. Paul.....................1995-98 Chasen Stangel......................2010-11 Doug Stanley...............................1982 Joe Stanley..................................1970 Devedrick Stanton..................1992-93 Curt Starkey............................1970-71 Jerry Steel...................................1961 Matt Steinbach........................2007-09 Kevin Stephens...........................1996 Rodney Stephens...................1954-57 Sam Stephens........................1949-50 David Stephenson.......................1977

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Dale Stevens...............................1955 Harry Stevens.........................1924-27 Ralph Stevens........................1951-52 Charles Stevenson......................1964 Dave Stevenson.....................1980-81 Bob Steward...........................1969-70 Bobby Stewart.............................1969 Brian Stewart..........................1986-87 Doug Stewart...............................1986 Rayna Stewart........................1991-95 Roy Stewart............................1985-86 Dan Stickle.............................1974-75 Sonny Stidham.......................1990-93 Eric Stingley.................................1979 David Stokes...............................1981 Sim Stokes..................................1966 Floyd Stone.................................1942 Milton Stone.................................1923 Eric Storey..............................2011-12 Derek Stotts............................2002-03 Clifford Stratton............................1935 Ed Strickland...............................1977 Scott Strini..............................1992-93 Garrik Strong...............................1989 Don Stuart...................................1953 Amalio Suarez........................1931-32 Mike Suarez.................................1981 John Suddarth........................1979-80 Milford Suida...........................1969-70 Kevin Sullivan.........................1992-93 Rusty Summers......................1980-82 Bob Sutherland............................1989 George Sutherland.................1938-41 George Sutton.............................1952 Russell Svelmoe..........................1936 Curt Sweeney.........................2006-09 John Swenning............................1984 Kenny Swift.............................1947-49 Harold Sykes..........................1915-16 Ted Symonds...............................1990 Kevin Szalonek............................1988 T-T-T James Tabor................................1948 Bob Tagye....................................1974 Bill Tate...................................1969-71 Duane Tate..................................1953 Inoke Taufa.............................2000-01 Wheatie Tavernitli........................1973 Bob Taylor....................................1949 Bob Taylor....................................1953 James Taylor..........................1994-95 Jim Taylor...............................1954-57 Joe Taylor...............................1977-80 Maurice Taylor........................2002-03 Torey Taylor............................1991-92 Blinn Tenney...........................1951-52 Jim Tenney..................................1952 Richard Terry..........................1973-74 Derek Teuscher......................1988-89 Mike Therrell...........................1965-66 Kris Theus.........................2005, 2007 Fred Thigpen...............................1976 Cecil Thomas...............................1928 Frank Thomas...............1951,1956-58 Ingamar Thomas.........................1981 Jason Thomas........................2005-07 Richard Thomas.....................1926-29 Ron Thomas...........................1981-82 Stevon Thomas......................2008-09 Dustin Thome.....................1999-2000 Marc Thompson.............2012Paul Thompson...........................1969 Jeremy Thornburg... 2000-01,2003-04 Chris Thornton........................1966-67 Harry Thornton............................1967 Ryan Thornton........................2000-03 Buster Thorton.............................1922 Pat Tice.......................................1973 Elias Tidwell ................................1930 Bill Tifft.........................................1966

Rusty Tillman..........................1968-69 Tim Timmons...............................1980 Joe Tissaw..............................1936-37 Ryan Tkalcevic............................1998 Jon Toailoa.............................2006-07 Al Tocco..................................1935-37 Duane Todd............................1965-66 Jeremiah Toloumu.......................2004 James Tonkin...............................1936 James Topp.................................1950 Claude Torrey.........................1994-95 Steve Trainotti.........................1983-84 James Treat............................1915-16 Todd Trimm.............................1988-89 Darrel Tripp..................................1928 Bus Trojanovich...........................1926 Dan Troupe..................................1974 Chris Tsosie.................................1984 Isi Tuanaki..............................2001-02 Bill Tucker....................................1959 Rod Tucker..................................1957 Chad Tuitama..............................1999 Sam Tuitari.............................1983-84 Justin Tyler.............................2006-07 Kevin Tyler..............................1981-83 U-U-U Gilbert Udall.................................1916 Keith Udall...................................1936 Bill Upshaw.............................1965-66 Ify Umodu.......................2010Sam Unger..................................2010 V-V-V Albert Valenzuela.........................1955 Joe Vales.....................................1971 Rosie Van...............................1970-72 Brandon Vance.......................2007-10 Erik Vance..............................1985-88 Sam Van Dyke........................1947-50 Kurt Van Hazel .......................1967-69 Micah Van Hilsen.........................2006 Kevin Van Horn............................1988 Nate Van Peursem.................2002-03 Nels Van Peursem..................2001-02 Ed Van Winkle........................1952-53 Bill Van Zanten.......................1960-61 Ron VanDerPool..........................1966 Monte Varah................................1978 Dick Vargas............................1956-67 Tranky Vasquez...........................1953 Bob Vega.....................................1955 George Veit..................................1939 James Velasquez...................1966-67 Ken Vensel.............................1960-61 Larry Vernier...........................1965-66 Junior Vicente................2011Emery Vickers........................1923-24 Jim Volpe................................1969-72 Bob Vreeland...............................1980 W-W-W Ed Wacker..............................1931-32 D.J. Wade...............................2005-06 Simirone Wade.............2001, 2003-05 Clinton Wager..............................1930 Bill Wagner.............................1971-73 Bobby Walish..........................2005-08 Alec Walker............................1968-69 Dejzon Walker................2011Franklin Walker............................1917 Jeremy Walker........................2000-01 Joe Walker..............................1975-78 Joe Walker...................................1989 Kawon Walker........................2004-05 Kyle Walker....................2011Tony Walker........................1997-2000 Jerry Wallace..........................1973-76 Aaron Walls.......2001-04
Tony Walser 1941 Pat Walsh...............................1999-03

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2013 Northern Arizona Football All-Time Letterwinners Gary Walters................................1971 Scott Walters..........................1979-81 Terrence Walters.........................1984 Darren Watson............................2010 Alex Watson.................2003, 2005-07 Chuck Walton.........................1989-93 John Walton............................1974-77 Paul Walton.................................1965 Leroy Ward..................................1951 Steve Ward.............................1977-78 Tee Ward................................1981-82 Chris Warner..........................1993-96 Joe Warner..................................1967 George Warnock.........................1954 Mike Warther...............................2002 Alan Warzecha.......................1973-74 Javares Washington...............1999-00 Mike Washington....................1976-77 Rod Washington.....................1996-97 Wes Wasson................................1971 Waters.........................................1956 Bill Watson...................................1953 Dave Watson...............................1964 Robert Watson...............2011Jason Webb............................2002-05 Roland Webb...............................1980 Roy Webster................................1974 Sam Webster..........................1988-91 Gary Wedemeyer........................1967 Dave Weisberg............................1931

Jake Welch..................................2007 Mike Welch.............................1988-89 Josh Wells..............................1998-99 Greg Wermes.........................2001-04 Rian Weske............................1997-98 Arthur West..................................1942 Chris West..............................1990-94 Harvey West................................1938 Lanny Westbrook....................1960-62 Don Wetzel..................................1952 Roy Whalen............................1967-68 Lee Whatley.................................1956 Jeff Wheeler...........................2003-06 Burk White..............................1915-16 Conrad White..........................2008-09 Daniel White...........................1970-71 Jacob White.................................1952 John White...................................1938 Paul White...................................1968 Frank Whitehouse.......................1924 Chris Whitlock..............................2001 Craig Whitten..........................1990-91 Bud Wiedoff............................1967-68 John Wiggins..........................1981-82 Randy Wikert..........................1971-72 Andy Wilder....................2011Tim Wilkinson................2010Bill Will.........................................1954 Aaron Williams.............................2011 Anthony Williams....................2007-10

Bo Williams..................................1972 Breyon Williams...........................2004 Decker Williams............1915-16, 1919 Deonte Williams...........................2008 Dereck Williams......................1992-95 Don Williams...........................1953-55 George Williams.....................1962-63 Gregg Williams............................1969 Josh Williams................2004, 2006-07 Lee Williams...........................1946-47 Matt Williams...............................2007 Ryan Williams.........................2002-05 Steve Williams.............................1976 Chuck Willig............................1978-80 Devin Willis.............................2011-12 Mack Wilshire..............................1953 Don Wilson..................................1953 Drew Wilson................................1999 Jack Wilson............................1925-28 Jadiem Wilson........................1998-01 Matt Wilson.............................2010-12 Norman Wilson.......................1928-29 Rich Wilson.............................1972-73 Rick Wilson.............................1972-73 Ricky Wilson...........................2006-07 Steve Wilson................................1965 Steve Wilson................................1980 Jack Wiltbank..............................1941 Jim Wiltjer....................................1974 Bob Wing...........................1941, 1946

Ryan Winkler...............................1997 Tom Winn................................2000-03 Carl Winters.................................1941 Williams Winthrop........................1951 Joe Wisdom............................1931-33 Blair Wishom..................2012Rich Woerth.................................1981 Alfred Wohlschlegel................1936-38 Frank Wojtasiak......................2007-08 Andy Wolf...............................1935-37 Jacob Wolfe............................2004-05 Dennis Wolfley.............................1994 Alex Wolven.................................1947 Clint Womack..............................2002 Andy Wood.............................1979-80 Jud Wood...............................1994-96 Randy Woodard...........................1974 Sandy Woodard......................1985-88 Chris Woods................................2007 Leroy Woods...............................1967 Randy Wooldridge..................1989-90 Tot Workman................1959-60, 1963 Lavon Worley..........................1988-89 Taelor Worrell.........................2009-10 Reid Worthington....................2009-10 Adam Wright...........................2006-08 Bill Wright....................................1960 Everett Wright..............................1939 Matt Wright..................................1984 Randy Wright...............................1973

Tommie Wright........................1979-83 Brian Wriston...............................2005 Greg Wyatt.............................1985-89 Bill Wyrick....................................1916 Y-Y-Y Bill Yancy................................1979-80 M.R. Yeager.................................1921 Nick Yerton.............................1998-01 Kris Yonker.............................1981-84 Ernest Yost..................................1922 John Yost.....................................1916 Dennis Young..............................1971 Hank Young.................................1939 Thurman Young...........................1938 Jim Youngs.............................1966-67 Mark Yuhas..................................1986 Justin Yuille.............................1996-99 Z-Z-Z Drew Zamora..........................2009-11 Tim Zamora.................................1976 Irving Zaner............................1927-31 Jason Zarate................................2005 Derek Zazueta........................1985-86 Max Zemezonak..........................2010

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Lumberjacks 1958 NAIA Playoffs Gustavus Adolphus 41, NAU 12 Tucson, Ariz. 1958 - NAIA Championship Northeastern Oklahoma 19, NAU 13 1958 NAIA Holiday Bowl St. Petersburg, Fla. After beating Gustavus Adolphus in the first round of postseason play, NAU met Northeastern Oklahoma in the NAIA championship Holiday Bowl. The Lumberjacks and Oakies battled it out all game up and down the field, but the most exciting play came in the fourth quarter when the Lumberjacks tried to mount a comeback in front of an 8,500plus crowd and about 15 million more watching the game on CBS. With time running out and the Lumberjacks down 19-7, NAU drove downfield 92-yards powered by the arm of quarterback Ted Sorich to score a touchdown, but the extra point was missed. With only minutes left and the Jacks down six points, NAU’s defense did everything in its power to get the ball back. But the Oakie offense was strong, and as time ran out, NAU had to settle for NAIA national runner-up. 1977 - NCAA Division II First Round Jacksonville State 35, NAU 0 Flagstaff, Ariz. In its first postseason game in 19 years the Lumberjacks were blanked at home 35-0 in front of a crowd of 7,584 by Jacksonville State. The Jacks, who never managed to get any points on the board, were beaten in almost every aspect of the game. Jacksonville St. more than doubled the rushing production of the Jacks and came up with 19 first downs while NAU only had 12. After scoring two touchdowns in the last four minutes of the first quarter, Jacksonville St. hit the locker room at halftime with a 21-0 lead. After scoring two more touchdowns in the third, Jacksonville St. was finally quieted in the fourth quarter with the game ending at 35-0. 1996 - NCAA Division I-AA First Round Furman 42, Northern Arizona 31 Flagstaff, Ariz.

The record-setting Lumberjack football team returned to the postseason for the first time in almost 20 years and the first time as a I-AA program, dropping a 42-31 game to Furman in the first round of the NCAA Division I-AA playoffs. Although the Jacks statistically outscored Furman in first downs, rushing yards, passing yards and possession time, they could not manage to put enough points on the board. Northern Arizona failed to advance as the Paladins

scored 21 unanswered points in the last 6:19 of the game. NAU started quickly, scoring 21 straight points to take a 21-7 halftime lead. Furman tied the game after three periods, but NAU assumed a 3121 lead with 6:19 left. The Paladins rallied, taking the lead with 31 seconds left then sealing the win with an interception return for a TD. In his final game as a Lumberjack, Archie Amerson rushed for 206 yards and a touchdown on 30 carries, while Travis Brown threw for 260 yards. 2001 - NCAA Division I-AA First Round Sam Houston State 34, NAU 31 Huntsville,Texas Alex St. Peter’s 20-yard field goal as time expired ended Northern Arizona’s season as Sam Houston State posted a 3431 victory in the first round of the NCAA I-AA playoffs. Sam Houston State (10-2) advances to face top-seeded Montana, while the Lumberjacks complete the 2001 campaign at 8-4. St. Peter’s game-winning kick was setup by a 58-yard completion from Josh McCown to Matt Buss that put the Bearkats in scoring position. SHSU had taken possession of the ball on the 32-yard line with just 24 seconds on the clock after a NAU touchdown. NAU had tied the game on a four-yard pass play from Preston Parsons to Clarence Moore. It completed a 12-play, 73-yard drive to tie the game. Parsons finished with a career-high 338 yards and four touchdowns.Wide receivers Clarence Moore and Johnny Marshall both had career afternoons. Moore had eight catches for 153 yards with two touchdowns, while Marshall had 149 yards on six catches with a touchdown. The Bearkats led 24-14 at the half behind three rushing touchdowns in the opening 20 minutes. Sam Houston scored the opening touchdown on a two-yard run by Joe Rauls. The extra-point attempt failed. NAU then rebounded two plays later when Parsons hit Marshall on a 75-yard bomb for a 7-6 lead. The Bearkats then got a 42-field goal from Joey Price and a one-yard run by McCown to build a 17-7 lead. NAU responded with a 10-play drive to pull within three at 17-14 when Tom Winn caught a 12-yard pass from Parsons. 2003 - NCAA Division I-AA First Round Northern Arizona 35, McNeese State 3 Lake Charles, La. Northern Arizona (9-3) upset top-ranked and top-seeded McNeese State behind freshman quarterback Jason Murrietta’s five touchdown passes and a strong defensive effort en route to

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a 35-3 win in Lake Charles. Murrietta completed 24-for-35 passes for 285 yards and five touchdowns, hitting nine different receivers on the night. Four different receivers caught touchdowns, including two by senior Chris Nash, who had a game-high seven receptions. Murrietta and Nash started the scoring with a nine-yard touchdown in the first quarter. The Lumberjacks added a second score on an 11-yard pass to Ramen Green for his first career touchdown and a 14-0 lead. McNeese managed its only points of the night on a 27-yard field goal from John Marino with 8:23 left in the second quarter. NAU built its lead to 21-3 on a 7-yard pass from Murrietta to Clarence Moore. The Lumberjacks held McNeese State scoreless in the second half, adding touchdowns in each quarter to complete one of the biggest firstround upsets in NCAA I-AA playoff history. It was the worst loss at home for the Cowboys since 1990. McNeese, which had been ranked No. 1 in the nation for most of the year and had appeared in last year’s 1-AA championship game, completed its season at 10-2. 2003 - NCAA Division I-AA Quarters Florida Atlantic 48, Northern Arizona 25 Flagstaff, Ariz. Jared Allen passed for 228 yards and three touchdowns and the Florida Atlantic defense - led by sophomore cornerback Willie Hughley’s two big plays that led to 14 points - stymied the Northern Arizona offense through the first half as FAU, a third-year member of the Division I-AA football ranks, posted a 48-25 win over the host Lumberjacks in a quarterfinal matchup before 9,134 fans in the J. Lawrence Walkup Skydome. The Owls’ speed proved to be a daunting factor in the contest on the Walkup Skydome turf, both offensively and defensively. FAU forced three turnovers, including a 47-yard interception return for a touchdown by Hughley in the third quarter to make the score 27-3, then a 25-yard fumble return by Hughley that set up a three-yard TD pass from Allen to Doug Parker to make it 41-3. In the first half, the Lumberjacks’ offense had a difficult time getting any momentum on any drives, as NAU was held to 127 yards and just three points at halftime as the Owls vaulted to a 24-3 lead. The Lumberjacks got offense rolling in the second half, but it was too late. NAU rolled up 267 yards of offense after halftime and scored 22 points in the fourth quarter thanks to recovering an onside kick and a 57-yard pass from receiver Clarence Moore to fellow receiver Chris Nash - off a lateral from freshman QB Jason Murrietta - that closed the scoring.

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About the Walkup Skydome In 2012, the J. Lawrence Walkup Skydome, one of the most unique venues in all of college athletics, celebrates its 36th year as the entertainment center for northern Arizona. The building underwent a major renovation from Dec. 2010-Sept. 9, 2011, at a cost of $26 million. The scope of the project included bringing the fire, life and safety up to code while remodeling the bathrooms, concourse, offices, suites, locker rooms and press box. The athletic training and equipment on the main floor were also remodeled and three elevators were added to the complex. Fans now enter the building to a panoramic view of the field on the East and west concourses. Capacity was reduced to 10,000 but now feature 21-inch wide chair back seating. The Skydome has been the home of NAU football, basketball and indoor track and field since 1977. Construction began in the fall of 1975, and the facility was completed in September 1977. Seating capacity for football originally was 15,000 and 7,000 for basketball.

Capacity 10,000 Constructed 1977 Elevation 7,000 feet First Game NAU 25, Montana 24 Longest Win Streak 11 (1996-97) Losing Losing Streak 4 (1991-92) Biggest Win NAU 75, W. New Mexico 0 Field Fun Facts * There is 44 oz. of yarn per square yard of REALGRASS™. * The field consists of 28 rolls that weigh 8,700 pounds each. * The project contains 23,400 pounds of fiber synthetic yarn. * The field is filled with 230,000 pounds of ground recycled rubber tires.

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Lumberjacks Year-by-Year in the Skydome Year Record Pct. PF PA 1977* 5-1 .833 184 110 1978 5-0 1.000 148 61 1979 5-2 .714 127 92 1980 4-1 .800 142 64 1981 3-2 .600 107 97 1982 4-1 .800 126 87 1983 4-2 .667 176 139 1984 2-3 .400 123 112 1985 3-4 .429 144 161 1986 5-2 .714 179 123 1987 3-2 .600 209 130 1988 5-1 .833 189 101 1989 2-4 .333 184 196 1990 5-1 .833 202 156 1991 3-3 .500 185 166 1992 3-4 .429 138 128 1993 4-2 .667 175 137 1994 5-1 .833 219 130 1995 4-2 .667 264 55 1996* 6-1 .857 341 184 1997 5-1 .833 184 105 1998 4-2 .667 147 128 1999 2-3 .600 177 121 2000 2-4 .333 131 142 2001 4-1 .800 160 117 2002 4-1 .800 121 86 2003* 4-2 .667 214 179 2004 4-2 .667 171 166 2005 2-3 .400 135 113 2006 3-2 .600 205 126 2007 3-2 .600 166 111 2008 3-2 .600 184 104 2009 3-2 .600 196 168 2010 3-2 .600 180 88 2011 3-3 .500 188 121 2012 3-2 .600 177 94 36 yrs. 128-71 .643 6,198 4,485 *Includes one playoff home game

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Welcome to Northern

Arizona University

Northern Arizona University provides an outstanding undergraduate residential education strengthened by important research, graduate and professional programs, and a responsive distance learning network delivering programs throughout Arizona. NAU’s underlying core strength at the undergraduate level is in its ability to provide knowledge of the world, an ability to appreciate change, diversity, and life itself. Faculty and staff members are committed to the residential campus concept and to the student population; however, they are also prepared to deliver education throughout Arizona and the world either online or in new campus structures. The Mountain Campus has a student population of more than 20,000 at its main campus in Flagstaff and at sites across the state. NAU was established in 1899 as the Northern Arizona Normal School. A close, personal interest in the development of each student as an individual has long been a trademark of the Mountain Campus. This educational experience is enhanced by an atmosphere that celebrates the diversity of opinions and cultures. The undergraduate programs at NAU cover a diverse range of disciplines from liberal arts and the sciences to professional and career-related fields. As NAU looks to the future, it continues to develop innovative ways to provide citizens with greater access to education and strives to strengthen its teaching and service partnerships to meet the needs of a changing Arizona. Flagstaff, with a population of about 57,000, is rich in cultural diversity. Located at the base of the majestic San Francisco Peaks, Flagstaff is 140 miles north of Phoenix at the intersection of Interstate 17 and Interstate 40. With its elevation of 7,000 feet and a four-season climate, Flagstaff is ideal for year-round outdoor activities. Nearby attractions include the Grand Canyon, Lowell Observatory, Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona, Monument Valley, Sunset Crater, Meteor Crater, and Arizona Snowbowl.

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Lumberjacks

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• For the second time in school history Northern Arizona University has won the Big Sky Conference Presidents’ Cup presented by Red Lion Hotels, • Big Sky’s dedication to the academic side of the student-athlete experience. Overall athletic success is combined with team grade point averages, Academic Progress Rates, and All-Conference performers with grade point averages of at least 3.0. • Northern Arizona last won the Presidents’ Cup in 2005-06. Montana State, the 2011-12 winner, finished second. The Bobcats were third in athletic points, and tied for second in academics. Idaho State enjoyed its best result ever, placing third. ISU was first in overall academics. • Northern Arizona joins Weber State, Montana and Montana State as multiple Presidents’ Cup winners. Weber State has won four, while Montana State and Montana have each won two. • Northern Arizona finished first in overall athletic points. The Lumberjack men collected 56 points, while the NAU women’s teams earned 59.5 points. Northern Arizona’s men won the cross country, indoor track and field, and outdoor track and field Big Sky Championships. The Lumberjack football team finished fourth in the regular-season standings with a 6-2 record. • The Northern Arizona women’s golf team captured the 2013 Big Sky Conference Championship. The volleyball team was third, as were the women’s tennis team and the outdoor track and field squad. • Northern Arizona was second in APR and had 29 All-Conference student-athletes finish with a GPA of 3.0 or better. NAU tied for second in overall academic performance. • Northern Arizona finished with an overall GPA of 3.09. Eleven of its teams that compete in the Big Sky Conference achieved a GPA of at least 3.02. The soccer team recorded the top GPA at 3.49, followed by women’s tennis and volleyball at 3.43. “NAU is deeply honored to be recognized for the academic and on-field performance of its student-athletes. We have committed ourselves to building an athletics program with integrity that produces results. Our student-athletes, coaches and administrators have lived up to that commitment. The Presidents’ Cup is testimony to what outstanding individuals can accomplish when working as a team and guided by the right priorities.’’

Northern Arizona University President Dr. John Haeger

“We are so proud of our student-athletes who continue to excel in the classroom and in competition, Capturing the Big Sky Conference Presidents’ Cup supports our mission to have NAU athletics be a vital part of the university and the greater community. I want to congratulate not only our student-athletes whose academic and athletic achievements enabled NAU to receive this award, but also our outstanding faculty, academic advisers, athletics staff and coaches who support, inspire and challenge our student-athletes to be their best in every endeavor.’’

Northern Arizona Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics Dr. Lisa Campos

“Northern Arizona has been very close to winning the Presidents’ Cup many times in the past several years. We congratulate the entire Northern Arizona University campus on claiming the Big Sky’s most prestigious honor. Winning this honor is the result of countless hours in the classroom, on the practice field, and on the competitive stage. The student-athletes’ performances ultimately determine the outcome, but there are so many people, including coaches and administrators, who work tirelessly to help our student-athletes. They should all be extremely proud.’’

Big Sky Conference Commissioner Doug Fullerton

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Lumberjacks in the CLASSROOM

Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics Dr. Lisa Campos NAU FACTS

Enrollment (statewide).........................................26,002 Staff.............................................................................. 2,248 Founded....................................................................... 1899 Degrees............... 78 undergraduate degree programs ......................................... 58 graduate degree programs .....................................Eight doctoral degree programs Colleges..................................................Arts and Letters ................................................................................Business ............................................................................. Education .................................. Engineering and Natural Sciences ............................................ Health and Human Services ........................................Social and Behavioral Sciences

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In the classroom, the Lumberjacks once again proved that academics is at the forefront of the student-athlete experience as NAU finished with a department-wide 3.09 cumulative GPA. Twelve of the department’s 15 programs achieved a GPA of at least 3.00 led by the women’s soccer team, who recorded a 3.49 GPA. Four student-athletes received CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-District honors and 119 total student-athletes were named All-Academic by the Big Sky and WAC. A total of 56 student-athletes earned their degrees during the 2012-13 academic year, while the Lumberjacks also performed well on the APR Report published by the NCAA in June. All 15 sponsored sports exceeded NCAA academic standards for the fourth consecutive year and the department’s overall APR of 977 was 28 points higher than 2010-11. Twelve squads carried multi-year totals above 960, while seven teams accomplished perfect single-year scores of 1000 led by the women’s tennis team who received the APR Public Recognition Award from the NCAA for earning a perfect single-year APR each of the last four years.


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2013 NFF Scholar

2013 Gold Axe

Fi Connell - S&D

Jake Hess - FB

2013 Spring Graduates

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Lumberjacks in the COMMUNITY Northern Arizona student-athletes have a myriad of responsibilities that extend beyond the playing arena and classroom. All Lumberjack student-athletes are all required to complete a minimum of 10 hours of community service and outreach per academic year, which most exceed those hours. Events in and around the Northern Arizona community allow Lumberjack student-athletes to serve as role models to younger aspiring college-bound student-athletes. Some of this year’s community service events were Special Olympics of Northern Arizona, St. Mary’s Blood Bank, Peaks Retirement Home, YMCA, Red Ribbon Week, National Women in Sports Day, and Student-Athlete for a Day. “It is a great honor to be part of the Flagstaff and Northern Arizona communities,” said VP of Intercollegiate Athletics Dr. Lisa Campos. “This honor brings tremendous opportunity for our student-athletes and coaches to serve and share the message of Northern Arizona University and NAU Athletics. I am very proud of the work our student-athletes do in the classroom, in training and in our community. My expectations for the future

will be to continue this outreach and become leaders at the university with our service to the community.” At the conclusion of the 2012-2013 academic year, the NAU student-athletes completed 3,850 hours of community service and outreach. In all, the students improved by 134 hours from the 2011-2012 academic year, and continue to strive for a lofty department goal of 4,000. “Our student-athletes do a tremendous job of giving back to the community, and more importantly, they understand the importance of community service,” said NAU Assistant Athletic Director for Academics Pam Lowie. Each year a male and female recipient of the Lumberjack Service Award is given, and this year’s honorees were football offensive lineman Jake Abbott and track and field thrower Kasandra Vegas; signifying them as the top student-athletes in giving back to the community.

3,850 - The amount of community service hours NAU student-athletes complete during the 2012-13 academic year. 10 - The amount of community service hours NAU student-athletes are required to complete each school year.

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2013 Northern Arizona Football Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics • Dr. Lisa Campos

Lisa Campos was named the Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics at Northern Arizona University on March 30, 2012. In her first year at NAU, Campos guided the Lumberjacks to the prestigious Presidents’ Cup as the NAU Athletics Department was recognized for their overall excellence in competition and in the classroom. The Lumberjacks finished first in overall athletic points and tied for second in overall academic performance as they became the fourth institution to win multiple Presidents’ Cups, winning their second Presidents’ Cup (first was 2005-06). In competition, Campos saw her department capture 22 total conference championships, four of which were team titles - men’s cross country, men’s indoor track & field, men’s outdoor track & field, women’s golf all won Big Sky Championships – and 18 coming individually from cross country and track & field in the Big Sky and swimming & diving in the WAC. Beyond championships, the Lumberjacks produced 94 all-conference honorees and 20 student-athletes that combined for 32 All-American honors. In the classroom, the Lumberjacks once again proved that academics is at the forefront of the student-athlete experience as NAU finished with a department-wide 3.09 cumulative GPA. Twelve of the department’s 15 programs achieved a GPA of at least 3.00 led by the women’s soccer team, who recorded a 3.49 GPA. Four student-athletes received CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-District honors and 119 total student-athletes were named All-Academic by the Big Sky and WAC. A total of 56 student-athletes earned their degrees during the 2012-13 academic year, while the Lumberjacks also performed well on the APR Report published by the NCAA in June. All 15 sponsored sports exceeded NCAA academic standards for the fourth consecutive year and the department’s overall APR of 977 was 28 points higher than 2010-11. Twelve squads carried multi-year totals above 960, while seven teams accomplished perfect single-year scores of 1000 led by the women’s tennis team who received the APR Public Recognition Award from the NCAA for earning a perfect single-year APR each of the last four years. Campos’ leadership also continued NAU’s commitment to community service as her student-athletes completed 3,850 hours of community service and outreach during the 2012-13 year.That total was 134 hours more than the previous academic year as the department continues to strive towards a goal of 4,000 hours. Campos made two coaching hires, changing the culture of NAU basketball with the hires of Jack Murphy from the University of Memphis to lead the Lumberjack men’s team and Sue Darling from the University of Arizona to head the women’s squad. Campos took over the leadership of the Lumberjack Athletics department after serving as the Senior Associate Athletic Director at the University of Texas at El Paso since August of 2006. her hiring at NAU, Campos, 35, became one of 26 females and the youngest in the country to lead a Division I program, including 13 head athletic administrators at the Football Championship Subdivision level. Campos served as the sport administrator for the Miner men’s and women’s cross country, women’s soccer, women’s volleyball, women’s basketball, and men’s and women’s track and field programs at UTEP. Campos

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also was the primary administrator for compliance, CHAMPS/Life Skills, strength and conditioning, sports medicine, and cheerleading. She was the advisor for the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and served as the liaison to the Intercollegiate Athletic Council, Office of Student Life, Miner Village, and the UTEP Police Department. In her tenure at UTEP, she also had oversight of the women’s golf, rifle, and softball programs, served as championship director for numerous conference championships, and co-hosted a weekly television show, Miner Sports Weekly. Dr. Campos also assisted with athletic facility enhancements and co-directed the planning and design of the $2.6 million Helen of Troy Softball Complex, which opened in September 2005. In 2006, Campos served as the NCAA liaison for the Self Study Report for NCAA Certification and continued to oversee all gender, minority equity, and student welfare strategic plans. She was responsible for Title IX staff education and staff diversity training. In 2005, she created the Athletics Diversity Graduate Assistantship Program and served on the UTEP Women’s Resource Advisory Board. She was promoted to the Senior Associate position after serving as the Associate Athletic Director and Senior Woman Administrator since August of 2003. She also served two years as the Assistant Dean of Students within the UTEP Division of Student Affairs. Dr. Campos had the opportunity to serve on a number of NCAA Committees, including the NCAA Division I Championships/Competition Cabinet, the NCAA Rifle Committee, and chaired the NCAA Women’s Soccer Committee. She was a member of the Conference USA Joint Group and served on the Senior Woman Administrator administrative group. In 2005-2006, when UTEP joined Conference USA, she served on the Conference USA Strategic Planning Committee and assisted in the development of the realigned Conference USA’s vision, core values, mission, and strategic objectives. She also represented UTEP on conference committees, including the budget subcommittee, legislative committee, championships selection committee, and various sport committees. Dr. Campos previously served as the Assistant Dean of Students at UTEP from 2001-03. Campos coordinated and administered the university’s student discipline system, interpreted the University of Texas System Regents’ Rules and Regulations governing the student academic honesty and conduct code, and provided information to the university community on discipline policies, rules, regulations, and procedures. She served as a mentor to an undergraduate student participating in the NASPA Minority Undergraduate Fellows Program and served on a variety of campus committees including the UTEP President’s Advisory Committee on Women, Student Affairs Staff Development Committee, Faculty Senate Student Conduct Committee, and the University Health Awareness Committee. In the community, Campos was a member of the Girl Scouts of the Rio Grande board and the Junior League of El Paso. Dr. Campos holds a doctorate degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Texas at El Paso. She graduated from Colorado State University where she earned a bachelor’s of science degree in Business Administration and a master’s of science degree in Student Affairs in Higher Education. Campos is a member of the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators (NACWAA), National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), Football Championship Subdivision Athletics Directors Association (FCS ADA) and Flagstaff Leadership Program. A native of Las Animas, Colo., Campos is married to Darren D’Attilio.


Lumberjacks University President • Dr. John Haeger John D. Haeger leads Northern Arizona University in its commitment to undergraduate education-a commitment enhanced by the university’s ongoing efforts in research, graduate education and distance learning. Dr. Haeger has been NAU president since November 2001 after joining the university to serve as NAU provost in June 2000. During his term as president, Dr. Haeger has guided the university to new heights in student enrollment. He also has ushered the university into its largest building boom since the 22-year term of former NAU President J. Lawrence Walkup. Further, he has fully endorsed a national effort to increase institutional accountability, explaining that NAU must perform on a level that demonstrates its significance to students and to society. Among university achievements under his leadership: • Tuition guarantee. Dr. Haeger instituted a “block tuition” plan that guarantees first-time, full-time freshmen and transfer students the same tuition rate for eight semesters. • Access and affordability. NAU has partnership with 15 community colleges throughout the state. The initiative streamlines the credit transfer process, allowing students enrolled at partnering community colleges to save time and money by being admitted to NAU while they are earning an associate degree. • Innovation. NAU-Yavapai opened its Prescott Valley doors last fall, allowing students to earn bachelor’s degrees at about one-third the cost of a traditional, residential college experience. The savings comes from offering a limited number of degree options and using existing resources through NAU’s

Flagstaff campus. The cost-saving model garnered the attention of Gov. Jan Brewer, who called it “visionary” and “an example for the entire state and the nation.” • Expansion of nursing and the health professions. The university has placed emphasis on graduating more students in nursing and developing or expanding programs in occupational therapy, athletic training and physicians assistant. • Commitment to research. President Haeger has instituted NAU’s first office of Vice President for Research. In Yuma, a 12,225-square-foot building that will provide research four-year degree opportunities. • High Country Conference Center. Dr. Haeger initiated a joint partnership between the city of Flagstaff, Drury Hotels and Sodexo to build a 42,000-square-foot conference center and an adjoining hotel and parking structure. Consultants have estimated the economic benefit to northern Arizona to be about $7 million annually. • 1899 Bar & Grill. The university has opened an upscale steakhouse in the old north union that is open to the public and complements the conference center • Largest gift in university history. The College of Business Administration was able to acquire the largest gift in university history, a $25 million donation from prominent business leader William Franke. The college was renamed The W.A. Franke College of Business. Dr. Haeger is a member Arizona Board of Education, the Governor’s P-20 Council, the board of directors of the Translational Genomics Research Institute, is former chair of the United Way of Northern Arizona board, serves as commissioner for the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, and is past chair of the Council of Presidents of the Big Sky Conference.

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