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SCHEDULES 2011 Schedule

Date Opponent Sept. 3 Delaware Sept. 10 at Western Kentucky Sept. 17 at South Carolina Oct. 1 Air Force Oct. 8 Southern Mississippi Oct. 15 at Rutgers Oct. 22 East Carolina Oct. 29 at Notre Dame Nov. 5 Troy Nov. 12 at SMU Nov. 19 at San Jose State Dec. 10 vs. Army All Times Eastern

Time 3:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 12 Noon 3:30 p.m. TBA 3:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. TBA 4:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m.

Series Record TV Navy leads, 8-7 CBS Sports Network Navy leads, 1-0 ESPN3 South Carolina leads, 4-3 ESPN2 Air Force leads, 26-17 CBS First Meeting CBS Sports Network Series tied, 11-11-1 TBA Navy leads, 2-0 CBS Sports Network Notre Dame leads, 71-12-1 NBC First Meeting CBS Sports Network Navy leads, 8-7 Fox Sports Network First Meeting TBA Navy leads, 55-49-7 CBS

2010 In Review

Date Opponent Result Sept. 6 vs. Maryland Lost, 14-17 Sept. 11 Georgia Southern Won, 13-7 Sept. 18 at Louisiana Tech Won, 37-23 Oct. 2 at Air Force Lost, 6-14 Oct. 9 at Wake Forest Won, 28-27 Oct. 16 SMU Won, 28-21 Oct. 23 vs. Notre Dame Won, 35-17 Oct. 30 Duke Lost, 31-34 Nov. 6 at East Carolina Won, 76-35 Nov. 13 Central Michigan Won, 38-37 Nov. 20 Arkansas State Won, 35-19 Dec. 11 vs. Army Won, 31-17 Dec. 23 at San Diego State@ Lost, 14-35 @San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl

2012

Sept. 1 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Dec. 8

vs. Notre Dame (Dublin) at Penn State VMI San Jose State at Air Force at Central Michigan Indiana (Homecoming) at East Carolina Florida Atlantic at Troy Texas State vs. Army (Philadelphia, Pa.)

2013

Attendance 69,348 33,391 23,122 47,565 31,454 33,924 75,614 34,117 50,191 34,333 27,501 69,223 48,049

Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Dec. 14

TV ESPN CBS College Sports ESPN3 VERSUS ESPN3 CBS College Sports CBS CBS College Sports MASN CBS College Sports CBS College Sports CBS ESPN

at Indiana Delaware at Western Kentucky Air Force at Duke at Toledo Pittsburgh (Homecoming) at Notre Dame Hawai’i South Alabama at San Jose State vs. Army (Philadelphia, Pa.)

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Location Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium L.T. Smith Stadium, Bowling Green, Ky. Williams-Brice Stadium, Columbia, S.C. Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Rutgers Stadium, New Brunswick, N.J. Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Notre Dame Stadium, South Bend, Ind. Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Gerald J. Ford Stadium, Dallas, Texas Spartan Stadium, San Jose, Calif. FedExField, Landover, Md.

Location M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Md. Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Joe Aillet Stadium, Ruston, La. Falcon Stadium, Colorado Springs, Colo. BB&T Field, Winston Salem, N.C. Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium

New Meadowlands Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J.

Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium, Greenville, N.C. Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pa. Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, Calif.

2014

Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Dec. 13

vs. Ohio State at Temple at Rice Rutgers Western Kentucky at Air Force at UNLV San Jose State (Homecoming) vs. Notre Dame San Diego State at South Alabama vs. Army (Baltimore, Md.)


TABLE OF CONTENTS

This is Navy Football

Gameday in Annapolis 1926 National Champions Joe Bellino, 1960 Heisman Trophy Winner Roger Staubach, 1963 Heisman Trophy Winner Beat Army! Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy United States Naval Academy Academy History & Traditions Athletic Facilities Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium The Construction of NMCMS Significant Moments in Stadium History Rear Adm. Hamilton Locker Room Complex Terwilliger Family Scoreboard Jack Stephens Field NMCMS 50th Anniversary Team Wesley Brown Field House Football Facilities Ricketts Hall Bellino Auditorium Staubach Locker Room Jack Lengyel Strength & Conditioning Facility Red Romo Training Center Chet Gladchuk, Director of Athletics The Blue & Gold NAAA Executive Athletic Council Academic Achievement Community Service Annapolis and the Chesapeake Region Midshipmen in Professional Football The National Spotlight

6-7 8-9 10 11 12-13 14-15 16-17 18-19 20-21 22-27 24 25 26 26 26 27 28-29 30-31 30 30 30 31 31 32-33 34 35 36-37 38-39 40-41 42 43

Coaching Staff

Ken Niumatalolo, Head Coach Buddy Green, Defensive Coordinator Ivin Jasper, Offensive Coordinator Assistant Coaches Football Staff Support Staff

Midshipmen Profiles

Alexander Teich, Co-Captain Jabaree Tuani, Co-Captain Player Profiles

2011 Opponents

The 2011 Season

2011 Preseason Notes Preseason Depth Chart Pronunciation Chart Numerical Roster Alphabetical Roster Geographic Breakdown

46-50 51 51 52-53 54-55 56-57

Delaware Blue Hens Western Kentucky Hilltoppers South Carolina Gamecocks Air Force Falcons Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles Rutgers Scarlet Knights East Carolina Pirates Notre Dame Fighting Irish Troy Trojans SMU Mustangs San Jose State Spartans Army Black Knights 2011-12 College Football Bowl Schedule All-Time Results vs. 2011 Opponents

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60-61 62 63 64-73 74-76 77

80-81 82-83 84-107

110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122-123 124-125


TABLE OF CONTENTS

2010 In Review Season Results Team Statistics Offensive Statistics Defensive Statistics Game Recaps

The Record Book

Individual Records Rushing Passing Receiving Total Offense and Scoring Kicking Interception and Punt Returns Kick Returns All-Purpose and Defense Team Records All-Time Leaders Longest Plays Year-By-Year Leaders Additional Statistics The Last Time Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Records Coaching Records All-Time Assistant Coaches All-Star Game Appearances Football Honors Team Awards Naval Academy Athletic Awards

128 128 128-129 130 131-143

146-155 146-147 148-149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156-158 159-160 161 162-165 165-166 167 168 169 169 170 171 172 173

Navy Football History

176-185 186 187 188-199

Navy Bowl History

202-211 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212-213

Media Information

216 217 217 218 219 220

All-Time Scores All-Time Homecoming Results Series Records All-Time Letterwinners

Bowl Recaps 1924 Rose Bowl / 1955 Sugar Bowl 1958 Cotton Bowl / 1961 Orange Bowl 1964 Cotton Bowl / 1979 Holiday Bowl 1980 Garden State Bowl / 1981 Libert Bowl 1996 Aloha Bowl / 2003 EV1.net Houston Bowl 2004 Emerald Bowl / 2005 Poinsettia Bowl 2006 Meineke Car Bow / 2007 Poinsettia Bowl 2008 EagleBank Bowl 2009 Texas Bowl 2010 Poinsettia Bowl Bowl Records

Media Information Sports Information Stadium Directions Media Outlets Navy Football Radio Network Stadium Policies

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G ameday in Annapolis ..................................................................... 6-7 1926 National Champions ................................................................ 8-9 Heisman Trophy Winners – Bellino & Staubach ..................... 10-11 Beat Army! ...................................................................................... 12-13 Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy ................................................... 14-15 U S NA History and Traditions .......................................................16-19 Athletic & Football Facilities ....................................................... 20-31 Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium ..................... 22-27 Wesley A. Brown Field House ...................................... 28-29 Chet Gladchuk, Director of Athletics ........................................ 32-33 The Blue & Gold .................................................................................. 34 Executive Athletic Council ................................................................ 35 Academic Achievement ............................................................... 36-37 Community Service ...................................................................... 38-39 Annapolis and the Ches apeake Region .................................... 40-41 Midshipmen in Professional Football .............................................. 42 The National Spotlight ....................................................................... 43

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NAVY FOOTBALL An American treasure, Navy football will bring a small historic district to life five times this fall. In this era of high fives and end zone gyrations, you can count on good old American enthusiasm with class when the Midshipmen take the playing field in Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.

A Navy football “Gameday Experience” is unrivaled by any other collegiate football game in the country. Each home game lends itself to an entire day of fun, an event to say the least, for fans of all ages. From the minute fans arrive at the stadium, they are entrenched in wholesome entertainment everywhere they turn.

NavyFest

Looking for a more intimate setting for your group event? NavyFest is an area that provides space for groups of 30 to 1,000 to gather with friends, family, employees, clients and neighbors in anticipation of the heated action on the field. From your game ticket to a buffet lunch by one of our preferred caterers, everything can be provided as you experience one of the best tailgating traditions in college football. It is also the best place to view the march-on by the Brigade of Midshipmen.

Captain’s B.B.Q.

For those fans who want their pregame tailgate provided for them, this is the perfect solution. You can enjoy an allyou-can-eat and drink buffet for two-and-a-half hours prior to kickoff, while watching all of the pregame festivities from a bird’s eye view inside of the stadium.

Pageantry

True patriotism and pride in one’s country are felt every home game when the entire Brigade of Midshipmen marches from the grounds of the Academy to midfield of Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium to salute its school, its team and most importantly, its country. Immediately following the National Anthem, sung by the Naval Academy glee club, fans experience one of the most breathtaking moments of their lives, as planes fly-by overhead to welcome the start of the game.

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Team Walk

Don’t miss the Navy football team’s arrival at the stadium as it makes its way from the team buses through NavyFest and into the locker room. Join the Navy cheerleaders and fellow fans at the Mid Walk, two-and-a-half hours before every home game near the Blue Angel on the blue (press box) side parking lot.

The Game

Game day features even more tradition and pageantry, beginning with the sounding of the cannon, symbolizing the official start of the game and heard again only when Navy scores. When the Mids put points on the board, fans witness another spectacle as a sea of uniforms race to the North end zone to do push-ups that match their team’s point total on the scoreboard.

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In today’s modern era, three undefeated teams with nearly identical records would cause a stir among fans and pollsters alike. This was the case when Navy earned its lone national championship in 1926, as the Midshipmen shared the honor with Stanford and Alabama. A 7-7 tie between Alabama and Stanford in the 1926 Rose Bowl gave the Cardinal a 10-0-1 mark, while the Crimson Tide and the Mids each had identical 9-0-1 records. The Midshipmen opened the '26 season with a new coach, Bill Ingram. A former Navy standout from 19161918, Ingram took over a Navy team that had only won seven games in the previous two seasons combined. One of the keys to Navy’s 1926 squad was a potent offense led by All-America tackle and team captain Frank Wickhorst, who proved to be a punishing blocker for the Navy offense. One member of the Navy offense that appreciated the blocking of Wickhorst was Tom Hamilton. The quarterback and kicker had a pair of 100-yard rushing games en route to All-America honors. Navy's biggest win that year was against Michigan in front of 80,000 fans in Baltimore. The Mids scored 10 second-half points to upset the Wolverines, 10-0. Navy’s offense tallied 165 yards behind the powering attack of Hamilton and Henry Caldwell who scored Navy’s lone touchdown on a one-yard plunge. Jubilation from the victory continued after the game, as the Midshipmen tore down the goal post at each end of the field and carried away all the markers that lined both sides of the field. The joy replaced the disappointment of the previous year when Michigan handed Navy its worst loss in school history at the time, 54-0. Navy headed into its season finale against Army with a 9-0 record. The game was to be played in Chicago at Soldier Field, which had been built as a memorial to the men killed in World War I. It was only natural Army and Navy would be invited to play the inaugural contest there. James R. Harrison of the New York Times described the game as “the greatest of its time and as a national spectacle.” Over 110,000 people witnessed the Midshipmen open up a 14-0 lead on the Cadets, only to see Army fight back to take a 21-14 lead early in the third quarter. The Navy offense responded behind its strong ground game led by running back Alan Shapley. On fourth down and three yards to go, Shapley ran eight yards for a touchdown to tie the game at 21. As the final quarter concluded, Army mounted a brief threat only to miss a 25-yard field goal. The tie gave the Midshipmen a share of the national championship, as a pair of polls, Boand and Houlgate, named Navy the national champion.

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1926 Schedule/Results October 2 Purdue 9 Drake 9 Richmond 16 at Princeton 23 Colgate 30 Michigan•

November 6 W. Va. Wesleyan 13 Georgetown 20 Loyola 27 Army+

Win Win Win Win Win Win

17-13 24-7 26-0 27-13 13-7 10-0

Win Win Win Tie

53-7 10-7 35-13 21-21

• Municipal Stadium - Baltimore, Md. +Soldier Field - Chicago, Ill.

1926 Navy Team Captain Frank Wickhorst

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In 1960, Joe Bellino, the Winchester Rifle, the “player who was never caught from behind,” became the first Naval Academy football player to win football’s coveted Heisman Trophy. That achievement merely underscored what an outstanding athlete Bellino was. His football feats are even more remarkable when it is pointed out that he played the sport in the one-platoon era, with players going both ways. His collegiate statistics had him, in just three years, score 31 touchdowns, rush for 1,664 yards on 330 carries, return 37 kicks for 833 more yards and altogether set 15 Naval Academy football records. One of the most interesting stories about Bellino’s on-field exploits involves his 50-yard touchdown run against Boston College in the 1959 season opener. As he crossed the goal line, he began to limp and fell to the ground. Navy partisans looked on anxiously, thinking he had incurred an injury. Not so. The Midshipmen were wearing new knee length socks for the first time that day. Bellino’s calves were as a thick as some men’s thighs. The elastic rims on the top of the stockings had cut off his circulation and his feet had turned blue because of a lack of circulation. Those socks were cut to allow him to continue to play that day and new socks were ordered. Bellino was a unanimous All-America selection at halfback in 1960 and was also the winner of the Maxwell Award. His end zone interception preserved Navy’s 17-12 win over Army that season. The Midshipmen were ranked as a high as fourth in the country and went on to play in the Orange Bowl on Jan. 1, 1961. Bellino was an outstanding catcher and later outfielder on Navy baseball teams. He hit .428 in 22 games in 1959 and led the Eastern Intercollegiate League in stolen bases. He had a .320 average in 1960 and was the baseball team captain in 1961. Army partisans can hardly forget the 1959-60 academic year for what Bellino did to the Cadets. In addition to his three-touchdown performance in the 1959 Army-Navy game, he was equally sensational in the Army-Navy baseball game of Commissioning Week in 1960. The Cadets had won the Eastern League title and their pitcher had won nine games in a row. Bellino went 4-for-4 at the plate, drove in three runs, stole two bases and threw out two Army runners attempting to steal as Navy carved out a 9-1 win. He capped off his senior year (1960-61) at the Academy by winning the school’s top two athletic awards, the Thompson Trophy and the Naval Academy Athletic Association Sword, marking the first time in 41 years that one midshipman received both of these awards. Bellino’s number 27 jersey was retired after the 1960 season. He had a three-year stint with the Boston Patriots after he had completed his four-year service obligation. He stayed in the Navy Reserves and reached the rank of Captain. Bellino was a 1977 inductee into the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame and was a charter inductee into the Maryland Football Shrine in 1984. The Bellino Auditorium in Ricketts Hall is named after this outstanding athlete. In 2009, he was named to the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial All-Stadium team. Bellino is semi-retired after working for 40 years in the auto leasing and auction industry. His son, John, is a 1989 graduate of the Naval Academy, and his daughter, Therese, is a public school teacher in Cambridge, Mass.

Bellino's Career Statistics Year 1958 1959 1960 Career

No. 63 99 168 330

Rushing Yds. 266 564 834 1664

Receiving No. Yds. 19 240 9 100 17 280 45 620

Punt Ret. No. Yds. 3 36 6 123 5 97 14 256

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KO Ret. No. Yds. 4 203 6 88 13 286 23 577

Scoring TD Conv. 5 5 8 0 18 1 31 6


Known as “Roger the Dodger,” Roger Staubach has scrambled his way to success as a college athlete, an All-Pro NFL quarterback and as a successful businessman. In 1963, Staubach became the second Naval Academy football player in four years to win the Heisman Trophy. It was his junior season with the Midshipmen, and all he did was lead Navy to a ranking of second in the country and a berth in the Cotton Bowl, where he set Bowl records for pass completions (21-of-31) and yards passing (228). The Midshipmen posted wins over West Virginia, Michigan, Notre Dame and Maryland that season. He completed 106 passes in 161 attempts for 1,474 yards, while earning consensus All-America honors, as well as the Maxwell Trophy and Walter Camp Memorial Trophy. At one time, Staubach, who was hampered by injuries in his senior season of 1964, had set 28 Naval Academy records in football. He also had some outstanding performances as a varsity baseball player and a brief but significant moment as a varsity basketball player. He lettered in baseball three-straight years (1963-65) as an outfielder and pitcher. In 1963, he hit .420, and in 1965 he was the team captain. He also won a letter in basketball in 1962-63. Staubach was the recipient of the Thompson Trophy Cup at the Academy for three-consecutive years and was the 1965 winner of the Naval Academy Athletic Association Sword. He was the first sophomore to win the Thompson Trophy Cup and is its only three-time winner. He was only the fourth midshipman since 1900 to win both the Thompson Trophy Cup and NAAA Sword. After four years in the U. S. Navy, including a tour in Vietnam, Staubach joined the Dallas Cowboys and led that team to unprecedented heights. Again, displaying the daring play he had shown at Navy, Staubach directed the Cowboys to 23 fourthquarter comeback wins, 14 in the final two minutes of a game or in overtime. He played 11 season with the Cowboys and led them to the Super Bowl four times, including world championships in 1972 and 1978. The Cowboys were 90-31 with Staubach as their starting quarterback. Among his awards were the NFL Players Association Most Valuable Player and The Sporting News NFL Player of the Year in 1971, Most Valuable Player of Super Bowl VI (1972), Washington Touchdown Club NFC Player of the Year in 1976 and 1978, NFC Pro Bowl selection five times, the Vince Lombardi Sportsman of the Year Award in 1975, NFL Players’ Association NFC Offensive Player of the Year (1978), and the Byron “Whizzer” White Humanitarian Award in 1979. Staubach was named Walter Camp Foundation Man of the Year in 1985, was selected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1985, his first year of eligibility, and inducted into the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame in 1981. The football locker room in Ricketts Hall was named in his honor in 1996 and in 2008 Staubach received the National Football Foundation’s Gold Medal, the highest honor one can receive from that orgainzation. Staubach has also been honored as a “Distinguished Graduate” of the United States Naval Academy. He recently was named to the Walter Camp All-Century Team, was elected into the Cotton Bowl Hall of Fame, spearheaded a successful movement to land North Texas and the Dallas Cowboys the Super Bowl in 2011 and was named to the NavyMarine Corps Memorial Stadium All-Stadium team. Staubach is a member of the Board of Directors of AMR Corporation, the parent company of American Airlines, and Cinemark Holdings, Inc., the third largest movie exhibitor of the United States. He is also on the board of Jones Lang LaSalle.

Staubach’s Career Statistics Year 1962 1963 1964 Career

Comp. 67 107 119 293

Att. 98 161 204 463

Passing Pct. Yds. 68.4 966 66.4 1474 58.3 1131 63.6 3571

Int. 3 6 10 19

TD 7 7 4 18

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No. 85 156 104 345

Rushing Yds. 265 418 -1 682

TD 7 8 2 17

Total Offense Yds. 1231 1892 1130 4253


At the Naval Academy, beating Army is important. Plebes yell “Beat Army!” in Bancroft Hall, “Beat Army!” is on every weight in the Naval Academy weight rooms, and alums and fans alike scream “Beat Army!” at the end of Blue & Gold, the Naval Academy’s alma mater.

Navy has dominated Army in all sports, posting a winning record against the Black Knights in 37 of the last 40 years and has not lost the N-Star series in 15-consecutive years.

23 of Navy’s 32 varsity sports have the potential to take part in the Army-Navy rivalry each year.

The annual showdown between the two rivals in each sport is deemed the Star Game with the players from the winning team receiving a Star for their lettersweaters. For those sports that face Army multiple times in a season, the Star Game is designated prior to the start of the year.

ARMY–NAVY ALL-TIME SERIES

Aaron Kalil, Wrestling Mac Anthony, Men’s Swimming

All-Time Army–Navy Record Navy leads .................................................... 934-711-39 (.566) Army–Navy - The Last 15 Years (1996-97 to 2010-11) Overall Record vs. Army .............................. 289-171-6 (.627) Star-Game Record vs. Army........................ 215-108-6 (.663)

Michael Rakoczy, Men’s Soccer

Army–Navy - The 2010-11 Season 2010-11 Overall Record vs. Army ....................... 17-15 (.531) 2010-11 Star-Game Record vs. Army ................. 11-11 (.500) Navy’s 2010-11 Star Game Victories Men’s Soccer, Golf, Men’s Cross Country, Men’s Swimming & Diving, Women’s Swimming & Diving, Football, Women’s Indoor Track & Field, Gymnastics, Men’s Basketball, Wrestling, Women’s Outdoor Track & Field

2010-11 STAR GAME HIGHLIGHTS FOOTBALL Senior quarterback Ricky Dobbs threw for 186 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a team-high 54 yards as Navy defeated Army for the ninth consecutive time, 31-17, at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. Senior safety Wyatt Middleton gave Navy a 24-7 lead just before halftime when he returned a fumble 98 yards for a touchdown, marking the longest fumble return in Navy history. MEN’S SOCCER Michael Rakoczy scored the only goal of the game in the 60th minute and the Navy defense held strong as the Midshipmen recorded their second consecutive Star Game victory over the Black Knights.

Laura Gorinski, Women’s Swimming

GOLF Junior Tim Shield sank a 12-foot putt on the 15th hole of the West Point Golf Course as Navy won four of seven singles matches and defeated Army, 6-5, to claim the Star.

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MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY Behind a dominant performance from senior Andrew Hanko, Navy defeated Army, 20-41, for the 11th time in the last 14 meetings. Hanko led the entire race and Navy runners took 10 of the top-12 spots.

Wyatt Middleton, Football

MEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING Luke Hoffer, Mac Anthony and Steve Dukleth all won multiple events as the Midshipmen won their 20th-consecutive meeting with Army by defeating the Black Knights, 246-54.

Mark Veazey, Men’s Basketball

WOMEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING Sophomore Laura Gorinski set a Navy and Patriot League record in the 200 breaststroke and was one of five Mids to win multiple events as Navy won its 22nd-consecutive dual meet over Army in convincing fashion, 240.5-59.5. MEN’S BASKETBALL Mark Veazey came off the bench to score 17 points and grab nine rebounds and the Midshipmen held Army to just 18-of-52 shooting as Navy defeated Army, 75-58, in a soldout Alumni Hall. It marked the 27th time in the last 31 seasons Navy won the Star. GYMNASTICS Navy won its third-consecutive Star Meet as it defeated Army, 324.1-322.8. Trailing going into the final event of the day, Andrew Faulk and Dylan Parrott tied for first place in the high bar competition to give Navy the win. WRESTLING The Midshipmen won seven of 10 bouts, including the last four, to secure a 24-9 victory over Army. Coach Bruce Burnett improved to 11-0 against the Black Knights as Navy claimed its 11th-consecutive win over Army. WOMEN’S INDOOR TRACK & FIELD Navy won 12 of 17 events as it won the indoor Star Meet for the sixth-consecutive year with a 103.5-77.5 victory over Army. Junior Jess Palacio, junior Amanda Phelps and senior Ashley Bucholz each doubled in individual events to pace the Mids.

Tim Shield, Golf

WOMEN’S OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD Competing in a downpour at Ingram Field, Navy dominated Army, 129-73, to complete its third-straight indoor/outdoor Star Meet sweep of the Black Knights. The 56-point margin of victory was the largest for Navy in an indoor or outdoor Star Meet.

Andrew Hanko, Men’s Cross Country

Andrew Faulk, Gymnastics Jess Palacio, Women’s Track & Field

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The Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy is presented annually to the winner of the football competition among the three major service academies — Army, Navy and Air Force — and is named in honor of the President of the United States. Navy has dominated of late, winning the trophy seven of the last eight years and winning 16 of the last 17 Service Academy games against Air Force and Army in the process. Navy has won the trophy a total of 12 times: 1973, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1981, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009. When there is no clear-cut winner, the trophy remains with the winner of the previous year’s competition. The three-sided trophy stands two-and-a-half-feet tall and is engraved with the academy seals. Reproductions of the three mascots — the Army Mule, the Navy Goat and the Air Force Falcon — are ensconced on the respective sides of this bauble. The trophy is sponsored by the West Point Association of Graduates, the Naval Academy Alumni Association and the Air Force Association of Graduates. The year in which the trophy is won is engraved on a plate gracing the respective academy’s side of the trophy.

 Joe Buckley was named the Ben Martin Most Valuable Player of the Navy-Air Force game in 2009 for his three field goals, including a 38-yarder in overtime, to give Navy a 16-13 victory over Air Force.

 Wyatt Middleton returned an Army fumble a school-record 98 yards for a touchdown to lead Navy to a 31-17 victory over Army in 2010. Middleton was named the Most Valuable Player in the game by the Philadelphia Sportswriters.

President Barack Obama addresses the Navy football team at the White House after the Midshipmen won the 2009 Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy.

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2010 GAME RECAPS 1972 Winner – Army

1982 Winner – Air Force

1992 Winner – Air Force

2002 Winner – Air Force

1973 Winner – Navy

1983 Winner – Air Force

1993 Retained by Air Force

2003 Winner – Navy

1974 Retained by Navy

1984 Winner – Army

1994 Winner – Air Force

2004 Winner – Navy

1975 Winner – Navy

1985 Winner – Air Force

1995 Winner – Air Force

2005 Winner – Navy

1976 Retained by Navy

1986 Winner – Army

1996 Winner – Army

2006 Winner – Navy

1977 Winner – Army

1987 Winner – Air Force

1997 Winner – Air Force

2007 Winner – Navy

1978 Winner: Navy

1988 Winner – Army

1998 Winner – Air Force

2008 Winner – Navy

1979 Winner – Navy

1989 Winner – Air Force

1999 Winner – Air Force

2009 Winner – Navy

1980 Retained by Navy

1990 Winner – Air Force

2000 Winner – Air Force

2010 Winner – Air Force

1981 Winner – Navy

1991 Winner – Air Force

2001 Winner – Air Force

Navy 21, Air Force 17 Army 17, Air Force 14 Army 23, Navy 15

Navy 42, Air Force 6 Air Force 43, Army 10 Navy 51, Army 0

Air Force 19, Navy 16 Army 17, Air Force 16 Navy 19, Army 0

Navy 17, Air Force 0 Air Force 33, Army 3 Navy 30, Army 6

Air Force 13, Navy 3 Army 24, Air Force 7 Navy 38, Army 10

Navy 10, Air Force 7 Army 31, Air Force 6 Army 17, Navy 14

Navy 37, Air Force 8 Army 28, Air Force 14 Navy 28, Army 0

Navy 13, Air Force 9 Air Force 28, Army 7 Navy 31, Army 7

Air Force 21, Navy 20 Army 47, Air Force 24 Navy 33, Army 6

Navy 30, Air Force 13 Air Force 7, Army 3 Navy 3, Army 3

Air Force 24, Navy 21 Air Force 27, Army 9 Navy 24, Army 7

Air Force 44, Navy 17 Air Force 41, Army 20 Navy 42, Army 13

Air Force 29, Navy 22 Army 24, Air Force 12 Army 28, Navy 11

Air Force 24, Navy 7 Air Force 45, Army 7 Navy 17, Army 7

Air Force 40, Navy 6 Army 21, Air Force 11 Army 27, Navy 7

Air Force 23, Navy 13 Air Force 27, Army 10 Army 17, Navy 3

Air Force 34, Navy 24 Army 28, Air Force 15 Army 20, Navy 15

Air Force 35, Navy 7 Air Force 29, Army 3 Navy 19, Army 17

Air Force 24, Navy 7 Air Force 15, Army 3 Army 30, Navy 20

Air Force 46, Navy 6 Air Force 25, Army 0 Navy 24, Army 3

Air Force 18, Navy 16 Air Force 7, Army 3 Army 25, Navy 24

Navy 28, Air Force 24 Air Force 25, Army 6 Army 16, Navy 14

Air Force 43, Navy 21 Air Force 10, Army 6 Army 22, Navy 20

Air Force 30, Navy 20 Air Force 38, Army 20 Army 14, Navy 13

Navy 20, Air Force 17 Army 23, Air Force 7 Army 28, Navy 24

Air Force 10, Navy 7 Air Force 24, Army 0 Navy 39, Army 7

Air Force 49, Navy 7 Air Force 35, Army 7 Army 34, Navy 30

Air Force 19, Navy 14 Air Force 28, Army 0 Navy 19, Army 9

Air Force 27, Navy 13 Air Force 41, Army 27 Navy 30, Army 28

Air Force 24, Navy 18 Air Force 34, Army 24 Army 26, Navy 17

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Air Force 48, Navy 7 Air Force 49, Army 30 Navy 58, Army 12

Navy 28, Air Force 25 Air Force 31, Army 3 Navy 34, Army 6

Navy 24, Air Force 21 Air Force 31, Army 22 Navy 42, Army 13

Navy 27, Air Force 24 Army 27, Air Force 24 Navy 42, Army 23

Navy 24, Air Force 17 Air Force 43, Army 7 Navy 26, Army 14

Navy 31, Air Force 20 Air Force 30, Army 10 Navy 38, Army 3

Navy 33, Air Force 27 Air Force 16, Army 7 Navy 34, Army 0

Navy 16, Air Force 13 (OT) Air Force 35, Army 7 Navy 17, Army 3

Air Force 14, Navy 6 Air Force 42, Army 22 Navy 31, Army 17


As the undergraduate college of the Naval service, the Naval Academy prepares young men and women to become professional officers and leaders in the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. Naval Academy students are midshipmen on active duty in the U.S. Navy. They attend the academy for four years, graduating with bachelor of science degrees and commissions as ensigns in the Navy or second lieutenants in the Marine Corps. Naval Academy graduates serve at least five years as Navy or Marine Corps officers.

Founded in 1845 by Secretary of the Navy George Bancroft, the Academy started as the Naval School on 10 acres of old Fort Severn in Annapolis with an original class of 55. In 1850 the Naval School became the United States Naval Academy. A new curriculum went into effect requiring midshipmen to study at the Academy for four years and to train aboard ships each summer. Congress authorized the Naval Academy to begin awarding bachelor of science degrees in 1933. Today, the Academy offers 23 major fields of study, a wide variety of elective courses and advanced study and research opportunities. USNA MISSION STATEMENT “To develop midshipmen morally, mentally and physically and to imbue them with the highest ideals of duty, honor and loyalty in order to graduate leaders who are dedicated to a career of naval service and have potential for future deployment in mind and character to assume the highest responsibilities of command, citizenship and government.�

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USNA QUICK FACTS Location ........................................................... Annapolis, Md. Founded ............................................................................. 1845 Superintendent................ Vice Adm. Michael H. Miller, USN Commandant of Midshipmen... Capt. Robert E. Clark II, USN Enrollment......................................................................... 4,400 CLASS OF 2014 FACTS Enrollment................................ 1,245 (982 men, 263 women) Applicants...................... 17,417 (13,450 men, 3,967 women) Class Rank in High School, Top 10% ............................. 50% Class Rank in High School, Top 33% ............................. 82% HS Participation, Student Body Leader ......................... 61% HS Participation, National Honor Society...................... 58% HS Participation, Varsity Athlete ..................................... 90% HS Participation, Varsity Team Captain/Co-Captain .... 63% HS Participation, Community Service............................ 85% NAVY ASSIGNMENTS Graduates of the Naval Academy entering the Navy do so as ensigns and have the following service options available to them: • Aviation -- pilot, flight officer • Nuclear Propulsion -- ships, submarines • Restricted Line and Staff Corps -- civil engineering, information warfare, cryptology, intelligence, maintenance, medicine, meteorology/oceanography, supply • Special Operations -- explosive ordinance disposal, explosive ordinance management, mine countermeasures, operational diving and salvage • Navy SEALs • Surface Warfare -- conventional, nuclear powered • Submarines MARINE CORPS ASSIGNMENTS Graduates enter the Marine Corps with a rank of second lieutenant. Those officers entering the Marine Corps have the choice of serving in one of the following fields: • Aviation -- air command and control, anti-air warfare, aviation maintenance, aviation supply, pilot, flight officer • Ground -- armor, artillery, communications (information systems), engineering, financial management, infantry, logistics, military police

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From the first athletic competition played on the gridiron in 1879 to Navy's recent triumphs, several events, people, rivalries and personalities have shaped the entire Naval Academy athletic program. Below is a look at just some of the history and traditions that make Navy one of the most storied programs in all of collegiate athletics. ANCHORS AWEIGH "Anchors Aweigh" was written by Lt. Charles Zimmermann, Musical Director of the Naval Academy in 1906, with the lyrics provided by Alfred H. Miles of the Class of 1906, as a fight song for the 1907 graduating class instead of the usual class march Zimmermann had composed for previous classes. The song made its debut at the 1906 Army-Navy game, and when the Midshipmen won the game, the song became traditional at this game. It gained national exposure in the 1920s and 1930s when it was heard on the radio and was in a number of popular movies. In 1997 a one-hour documentary on the history of Navy football, titled "Anchors Aweigh for Honor and Glory", was produced by NFL Films. The film was deemed a success by both critics and fans alike. Here are the words: Stand Navy down the field, Sails set to the sky, We'll never change our course, So Army you steer shy. Roll up the score, Navy, Anchors Aweigh, Sail Navy down the field, And sink the Army, Sink the Army Grey

BILL THE GOAT The first recorded use of a goat mascot for Navy athletic teams was in 1893 when an animal named El Cid (The Chief) was turned over to the Brigade by young officers of the USS New York. El Cid helped Navy to a 6-4 triumph over Army that year. Two cats, a dog, and a carrier pigeon have also enjoyed brief reigns as the Navy mascot, but goats have served without interruption since 1904. Bill XXXIII and XXXIV are the current mascots. They are taken care of by 15 goathandlers made up of five midshipmen from the first, second and third classes. The goathandlers undergo rigorous training prior to handling Bill on the field. BLUE & GOLD This song was written in 1923 by Cmdr. Roy DeS. Horn, USN (Ret.) with music composed by J.W. Crosley. Following every home athletic competition, the team faces its fans with their hands on their heart and sings the following notes:-

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Now, colleges from sea to sea May sing of colors true; But who has better right than we To hoist a symbol hue? For sailors brave in battle fair, Since fighting days of old, Have proved the sailor's right to wear The Navy Blue and Gold

 The Blue Angels perform an air show along the Severn River on the northern bank of the Academy each spring during Commissioning Week.

ENTERPRISE BELL From the bridge of the famed World War II aircraft carrier, it has been a part of the Naval Academy tradition since 1950. The late Admiral Harry W. Hill, then Superintendent, was instrumental in bringing the "E" Bell to Annapolis. It rings during special ceremonies when Navy scores a majority of victories over Army in any one of the three sports seasons. The bell also rings during Commissioning Week for those teams that beat Army and have not participated in a previous bell-ringing during the academic year. The bell is stationed in front of Bancroft Hall. MIDSHIPMAN The word midshipman first appeared in English in the 17th century in the form of the word midshipman to designate those men who were stationed "amidships," i.e. in the waist or middle portion of the vessel, while on duty. By 1687, however, the second 's' had been dropped to give the current form of the word. Midshipmen were originally boys, sometimes as young as seven or eight, who were apprenticed to sea captains to learn the sailor's trade.

 The Navy football team gathered for the traditional singing of the Blue & Gold following its win over Army in 2010, its ninth-consecutive win over its rival. Below: The men’s lacrosse team sang an emotional rendition of Blue & Gold following its overtime victory over rival Johns Hopkins in 2010.

In the early days of the American Navy, midshipmen trained aboard ship until they were eventually commissioned as ensigns. With the founding of the Naval Academy in 1845, it became possible, as it still is, for a midshipman to enter the Navy directly from civilian life. The name of students at the Naval Academy changed several times between 1870 and 1902, when Congress restored the original title of Midshipman, and it has remained unchanged since. TECUMSEH The familiar Native American figurehead facing Bancroft Hall and Tecumseh Court has been an Annapolis resident since 1866. Originally, the figurehead of the USS Delaware was meant to portray Tamanend, the great chief of the Delawares. It developed that Tamanend was a lover of peace and did not strike the fancy of the Brigade. Looking for another name, Midshipmen referred to the figurehead as Powhatan and King Philip before finally settling on Tecumseh, the fierce Shawnee chieftain who lived from 1768-1813. The original wooden statue was replaced after some 50 years in the open weather by a durable bronze replica, presented by the Class of 1891. It is considered a good-luck "mascot" for the midshipmen, who in times past would throw pennies at it and offer left-handed salutes whenever they wanted a 'favor', such as a sports win over West Point, or spiritual help for examinations. These days it receives a fresh coat of war paint and is often decorated in various themes during football weeks and other special occasions such as Commissioning Week.

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Navy is dedicated to providing its athletes top-notch gameday and practice atmospheres in every sport. Navy annually ranks among the league leaders in attendance in nearly every sport, and has hosted numerous Patriot League and NCAA Championship events over the last several years. Many of the facilities have undergone extensive renovations recently, showing Navy’s commitment, dedication and passion to providing the very best for its athletes.

Since 2005, Navy has played host to the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Quarterfinals, the NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Final Four, the College Squash Association Individual Championship, the CWPA Eastern Water Polo Championship, the EIWA Wrestling Championship, as well as several other highly-competitive national events. In the past five years, Navy has also played host to Patriot League championships in the following sports: men’s and women’s basketball, women’s soccer, baseball, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field and swimming and diving.

Navy’s facilities have also undergone major renovations and construction improvements, from the building of the $52 million Wesley A. Brown Field House, the $18.5 million Brigade Sports Complex, the $1.8 million Willis Bilderback-Dinty Moore Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame, the $18 million Hubbard Hall renovation, major baseball renovations to the Terwilliger Brothers Field at Max Bishop Stadium, a $1.5 million renovation of the Halsey Field House squash facility, a complete reconstruction of courts and at the Dyer Tennis Center, a $1 million dive tower replacement in Lejeune Hall, $5 million for the renovation of Rip Miller Field (removed crown, installed vertical drainage, replaced bleacher and press box), Ricketts Hall training room expansion, a new press box at Glenn Warner (soccer), new hammer throw venues for track & field, installation of FieldTurf in Halsey as well as a complete $42 million overhaul of Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium that gives the Mids a dominant home-field football presence and made the facility the finest in college lacrosse.

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Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium was totally renovated over a four-year time period (2002-05) and transformed into a state-of-the-art multi-use facility hosting Navy football and men’s and women’s lacrosse as well as a myriad of other local, regional, national and international events. The $42M project was privately funded by the Naval Academy Foundation and the Naval Academy Athletic Association (NAAA). Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. of Baltimore, Md. served as the general contractor and both 360 Architecture of Kansas City, Kan. and Alt, Breeding, Schwarz of Annapolis, Md. directed the design.

New components include two state-of-the-art video scoreboards, chair back seating, ADA seating platforms and access ramps, concession stands, end zone seating, luxury suites, and additional sideline seating created by lowering the playing field to give the stadium a more intimate look and feel.

In 2004, a 12,000 sq. ft. two-story banquet facility was constructed to host class reunion dinners and other Naval Academy functions.

The first floor Admiral William Lawrence N-Room houses plaques listing the names of all USNA varsity letterwinners and can seat 600 for a banquet or formal dinner.

The second floor is the home of the Bilderback-Moore Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame. The James H.H. Carrington Room is part of the Hall of Champions that displays lacrosse photos, trophies, memorabilia and a multimedia presentation representing the proud tradition of Navy lacrosse.

The banquet rooms are serviced by a full kitchen and bar areas with a fully-integrated audio and video system that features ten large screen televisions and the ability to give business presentations on both levels of the banquet facility.

The banquet facility is just one of many hospitality areas located in the stadium complex. Ten sideline suites are located on the lower east side of the stadium and eight in the south end zone. Large party tents are utilized with great views of the field in the southeast and southwest corners of the facility. Class reunions are frequently held in Class Ring North, located behind the battle arches in the north end, offering alumni an in-stadium tailgating opportunity. A renovated press tower was completed prior to the 2004 season.

The fourth level, named the Flag Bridge, was erected under the old press area in the seating bowl. It has 71 permanent seats in front of additional stools, tables and chairs which allows for flexibility in hosting game day viewing or special events on non-game days.

The fifth level is dedicated to the writing press, radio booths, coaches' booths, scoreboard, public address and operations areas. The top level holds booths for coaches' video along with suites.

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In 2005, the lower concourse restrooms were expanded and the concourse was totally resurfaced. A major change to the stadium came with the installation of a new synthetic field surface, FieldTurf, which allows the stadium to be used 365 days a year.

In the summer of 2010, four luxury boxes, a television booth and camera locations were constructed on the Upper East Side. The relocation of the television production will allow CBS Sports Network to better capture the Navy sideline and Brigade of Midshipmen. In order to enhance the Stadium’s ADA capabilities, two new elevators make stops at the lower portion of the upper deck to allow for fans to access their seats via a pedestrian bridge.

This past summer, a new playing surface was installed at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. The monoblade monofilament turf system was installed by FieldTurf making Navy the first FBS program with this type of field and one of only two in the country (Appalachian State is also installing it).

The multi-purpose nature of Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium has allowed it to play host to the 2007, ‘08 and ‘09 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Quarterfinals, the 2005 NCAA Women's Lacrosse Championship, the 2005 Women's Lacrosse World Cup, and the Good Samaritan High School All-Star Football game, as well as numerous high school, professional and local youth events.

The memorial aspects of the original structure were preserved and enhanced during the renovations. More than 8,000 chair back memorial plates were removed, refurbished and reinstalled in the new seats. Hundreds of memorial plaques received the same treatment and are featured on the Memorial Plaque Wall in the North Memorial Plaza. Battle arches and class arches have been constructed to tell the illustrious story of the Naval Services. Each combination of battle arches contains a history lesson on the left arch and a description of the particular battle on the right. Each and every battle fought by either the Navy or Marine Corps is depicted through the use of color-coded battle streamers allowing visitors to chronologically view the story of the brave men and women who we honor for their service to our country.

The stadium was rededicated on Oct. 8, 2005 before Navy’s annual battle with Air Force. The Mids won the game, 27-24.

Dedication Plaque

The dedication plaque for Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium reads as follows:

“This Stadium is dedicated to those who have served and will serve as upholders of the traditions and renown of the Navy and Marine Corps of the United States. May it be a perpetual reminder that the Navy and Marine Corps are organizations of men trained to live nobly and serve courageously in peace, champions of our integrity; in war, defenders of our freedom.”

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Navy unveiled its newest pride and joy, the $3 million dollar Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, before 25,000 spectators by beating William & Mary, 29-2, on Sept. 26, 1959. Joe Bellino scored the first points in stadium history on a 53-yard touchdown run, while fullback Joe Matalavage rumbled for an 86-yard touchdown run. Quarterback Jim Maxfield led the Navy offense to two more touchdowns as the Midshipmen piled up 289 yards rushing while holding The Tribe to just 101 yards of total offense.

"I remember that we were all very proud of our new stadium and so impressed with how big and beautiful it was," Jim Dunn, an offensive center and captain of the 1959 squad, told the Annapolis Capital. "That stadium really helped put Navy football on the map. It made home games much more of an event."

Plans to construct a new stadium actually began more than two decades before and in 1939, the Naval Academy Athletic Association bought a 106-acre tract of farmland in West Annapolis.

By 1941, architects had completed preliminary plans and specifications, so rough grading of the former DavisSmith site began.

However, World War II intervened and delayed construction of the stadium until 1956. That is when a survey showed the available athletic space for the Naval Academy intramural program to be woefully inadequate. Demolishing Thompson Stadium, home to Navy football since 1912, would free up five acres of valuable on-campus space for outdoor exercise activities.

Thompson Stadium had become terribly outdated in terms of seating, parking and other amenities and had deteriorated tremendously during its 48-year existence.

Academy officials estimated it would require $300,000 in renovations just to restore the stadium to limited utility without adding another seat, parking space or improved facilities. As a result, a drive to raise private funds for a new stadium began and was coordinated by Rear Admiral William R. Smedberg III, Superintendent of the Naval Academy at the time. Captain Eugene B. Fluckey served as campaign director and is credited with generating contributions that more than covered the cost of constructing the stadium. The stadium was funded by thousands of dedicated alumni, sailors, marines and friends of the United States Naval Academy, who donated the $3 million in private gifts. As a result, Navy was able to build a stadium that was worthy of its great football tradition.

"Thompson Stadium wasn't much to speak of. It was like a high school stadium to most of the players," quarterback Joe Tranchini told the Capital. "Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium was definitely a major upgrade." A portion of this story was reprinted from the Annapolis Capital

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This year marks the 53rd year that Navy has played football at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. This 34,000-seat facility was built at a cost of $3 million with all of the money raised through private contributions. The stadium was dedicated on Sept. 26, 1959, when Navy defeated William & Mary, 29-2 and was rededicated on Oct. 8, 2005, when Navy defeated Air Force, 27-24.

In the 225 games played in the stadium since its dedication, the Midshipmen have attracted 5,678,350 fans. Navy drew the two largest crowds in stadium history in 2008 when 37,821 fans were on hand to see the MIds upset Rutgers, 23-21, while 37,970 fans were at Navy’s Homecoming game against Pitt.

As it heads into the 2011 season, Navy has a record of 132-92-1 (.589) in games played at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.

Significant Moments

Sept. 26, 1959 - Navy defeats William & Mary, 29-2, in the first game played at the stadium. Sept. 24, 1960 - President Eisenhower watches as the Midshipmen defeat Villanova, 41-7. Nov. 12, 1960 - Heisman Trophy winner Joe Bellino of Navy sets a school record by scoring four touchdowns in a 41-6 win over Virginia. Oct. 26, 1963 - Heisman Trophy winner Roger Staubach leads the Mids to a 24-12 win over unbeaten Pittsburgh by completing 14-of-19 passes, seven to Jim Campbell. Sept. 23, 1967 - Navy receiver Rob Taylor sets school records for most catches (10) and most yards receiving (140) in a game, as Navy beats Penn State, 23-22, when Taylor catches a 16-yard TD pass with 57 seconds left. Oct. 23, 1976 - Tony Dorsett becomes the NCAA’s all-time career rushing leader when he runs for 180 yards and three TDs in Pitt's win. Nov. 12, 1977 - Navy beats Georgia Tech, 20-12, as Naval Academy alumnus President Jimmy Carter watches. Sept. 12, 1981 - Navy defeats The Citadel for its 500th all-time win. Nov. 7, 1981 - Eddie Meyers sets a Navy record for most rushing yardage in a game with 298 yards and four touchdowns in the Mids’ 35-23 win over Syracuse. Nov. 17, 1984 - Navy defeats second-ranked South Carolina, 38-21, in one of the biggest upsets ever for the Mids. It marks only the third time Navy has beaten an opponent ranked this high. Nov. 9, 1985 - Navy quarterback Bill Byrne sets school records for passing yardage (399), pass attempts (52) and pass completions (37) in a single game, but the Mids lose to Syracuse, 24-20. Sept. 22, 1990 - Alton Grizzard becomes Navy's all-time career total offense leader in a 23-21 win over Villanova. Nov. 23, 1991 - Jim Kubiak, a Plebe, sets a school record with his 406 yards passing against Wake Forest. He completed 37-of-54 passes that day in Navy’s 52-24 loss. Oct. 5, 1996 - The Mids explode for 64 points to top Duke, 64-27, on Homecoming. Nov. 9, 1996 - Navy clinches its first winning season since 1982 with a 3014 victory over Delaware. Nov. 16, 1996 - Chris McCoy sets a school record with 44 rushing attempts vs. Tulane. McCoy finished with 214 yards rushing as the Mids cruise to their seventh win of the season. Sept. 13, 1997 - Chris McCoy ties an NCAA record by rushing for three touchdowns on consecutive carries, as Navy defeated Rutgers, 36-7.

Oct. 18, 1997 - Gerald Wilson returns an interception 95 yards for a touchdown, as Navy defeats VMI, 42-7. The 95-yard interception return is a stadium record and second longest in school history. Nov. 8, 1997 - Chris McCoy rushes for two touchdowns, giving him a school-record 36 for his career, as Navy defeats Temple, 49-17. Nov. 22, 1997 - Pat McGrew had a 91-yard touchdown run, second longest in school history and longest in stadium history, as Navy rolls over Kent State, 62-29. Aug. 30, 2003 - Kyle Eckel rushed for 129 yards and two touchdowns, while Craig Candeto rushed for 96 yards and two scores as Navy defeated VMI, 37-10. The win was the first by Navy at home in four years. Nov. 22, 2003 - Quarterback Craig Candeto directed touchdown drives on all eight possessions he played as Navy destroyed Central Michigan, 63-34, in front of a Senior Day crowd of 29,527. Candeto, who rushed for 100 yards in the first quarter, finished with 150 yards rushing and three touchdowns and 105 yards passing and one touchdown. The win made Navy bowl eligible for the first time since 1996. Nov. 20, 2004 - Seniors Kyle Eckel, Aaron Polanco and Eric Roberts rushed for two touchdowns apiece as Navy routed Rutgers, 54-21, in front of a Senior Day crowd of 33,615. Navy, which scored 47-consecutive points in the game, rushed for 476 yards and 613 yards of total offense. The victory gave the Mids an undefeated record at home for the first time since 1996. Oct. 8, 2005 - On a day that was already special because of the rededication of Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, sophomore Joey Bullen made it even more memorable by drilling a 46-yard field goal with four-tenths of a second remaining to give Navy a thrilling 27-24 comeback victory over Air Force and the inside track to its thirdstraight Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy. Aug. 30, 2008 - Shun White rushed for a school-record 348 yards and three touchdowns on just 19 carries to lead Navy to a season-opening 41-13 victory over Towson. Sept. 20, 2008 - Matt Harmon’s 24-yard field goal with 2:06 remaining gave Navy a 23-21 lead and Ross Pospisil’s interception two plays later put the game away, as the Midshipmen ralied for a thrilling 23-21 victory over Rutgers in front of a then stadium-record crowd of 37,821. Nov. 1, 2008 - Linebacker Clint Sovie’s 42-yard fumble return for a touchdown with 37 seconds left in regulation capped a 20-point rally in the final 9:16 to send the game into overtime and quarterback Ricky Dobbs’ one-yard run in overtime gave Navy a miraculous 33-27 overtime victory over Temple. Sept. 26, 2009 - Navy celebrated the 50th anniversary of the first game played at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium by wearing replica 1959 jerseys against Western Kentucky. Quarterback Ricky Dobbs rushed for 143 yards and four touchdowns in the 38-22 victory. Oct. 3, 2009 - The Navy defense completely shut down the nation’s top rushing offense, while junior kicker Joe Buckley drilled three field goals, including a 38-yarder in overtime, to lead Navy to a 16-13 victory over Air Force in front of a sellout crowd of 37,820 at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Nov. 14, 2009 - Ricky Dobbs rushed for a Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium-record five touchdowns on 26 carries to help lead Navy to a 35-18 victory over Delaware. Nov. 20, 2010 - Ricky Dobbs rushed for three touchdowns and threw for another to lead Navy to a 35-19 victory over Arkansas State. Dobbs’ second rushing touchdown of the day was the 39th over two years, an NCAA record for rushing touchdowns by a quarterback in consecutive years.

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The Rear Adm. Hamilton Locker Room Complex

The Rear Adm. Thomas J. Hamilton Locker Room Complex at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium was officially dedicated at the opening game of the 1992 season.

The $800,000 facility includes home and visiting team locker rooms, training rooms, an officials’ dressing area and an office for the stadium supervisor. There are separate dressing and bathing areas for coaches in each of the locker rooms.

The locker rooms accommodate approximately 100 players and coaches for each team. The 16,000-square-foot structure is of masonry construction and is completely air conditioned. The facility actually includes two buildings and incorporates the arch which has been a traditional part of the entrance at the north end of the stadium. The arch was refurbished to match the decor of the complex.

Terwilliger Family Scoreboard

The Terwilliger Family is honored to have the scoreboard named after it for its contribution to the Naval Academy and to the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium renovation project. Ron Terwilliger is a member of the Class of 1963. His brother Bruce is a member of the Class of 1965. Both were varsity athletes, scholars and served on active duty upon graduation. They are honored to give back to the Naval Academy, which gave so much to them.

Jack Stephens Field

The United States Naval Academy Campaign: Leaders to Serve the Nation received a $10 million gift from Mr. Jackson T. Stephens of Little Rock, Arkansas in 2003. The late Mr. Stephens was a 1947 graduate of the Naval Academy and the former Chairman of Stephens Group, Inc. His gift supported the renovations of Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, the Class of 1947 Legacy project to benefit the Academy’s Museum, and other important Campaign priorities. The field at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium is named “Jack Stephens Field” in his honor. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Stadium Attendance Records

Oct. 18, 2008 Sept. 20, 2008 Oct. 3, 2009 Sept. 29, 2007 Oct. 20, 2007

vs. Pitt vs. Rutgers vs. Air Force vs. Air Force vs. Wake Forest

37,970 37,821 37,820 37,615 36,992

Jack Stephens Field at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium

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In 2009, the Naval Academy Athletic Association celebrated the 50th anniversary of Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium by honoring the 1959 Navy team that defeated William & Mary in the first game played at the stadium and announcing an all-time Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium team. The 2009 team wore 1959 replica jerseys against Western Kentucky to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first game.

Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium All-Time Team Offensive Line Terrence Anderson (1996-99) Skip Dittmann (1963-66) Brian Drechsler (1994-97) Jim Freeman (1961-64) J.D. Gainey (1995-98) Anthony Gaskins (2005-08) Antron Harper (2004-07) Jeff Johnson (1980-83) Tom Lynch (1960-63) Frank McCallister (1977-80) Wide Receivers Bert Calland (1970-73) Greg Mather (1958-61) Phil McConkey (1975-78) Rob Taylor (1964-67) Running Backs Joe Bellino (1957-60) Cleveland Cooper (1971-74) Reggie Campbell (2004-07) Napoleon McCallum (1981-85) Eddie Meyers (1978-81) Quarterbacks Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada (2005-08) Chris McCoy (1994-97) Roger Staubach (1961-64) Coaches Wayne Hardin (1959-64) Paul Johnson (2002-07) George Welsh (1973-81)

Joe Bellino, RB (1957-60)

Defensive Line Bill Dow (1964-67) Tim Jordan (1978-81) Bob Kuberski (1989-92) Andy Person (1992-95) Eric Rutherford (1981-84) Jeff Sapp (1973-76) Charlie Thornton (1976-79)

Tom Lynch, OL (1960-63)

Linebackers Clint Bruce (1993-96) Andy Bushak (1972-75) Mike Kronzer (1977-80) David Mahoney (2003-06) Vince McBeth (1983-86) Andy Ponseigo (1980-83) Tyler Tidwell (2003-06) Secondary Gervy Alota (1994-97) Sean Andrews (1994-97) Rick Bayer (1964-67) Marc Firlie (1983-86) Chris Lepore (1997-00) Chet Moeller (1972-75) Josh Smith (2001-04) John Sturges (1974-77) Specialists Tray Calisch (1996-99) Steve Fehr (1978-81) Matt Harmon (2005-08) John Skaggs (2000-03)

Chet Moeller, DB (1972-75)

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Napoleon McCallum, RB (1981-85)


Built facing the scenic Severn River, The Wesley A. Brown Field House is a 140,000-square-foot multi-function athletic facility that serves as the indoor football practice facility and the home for the men's and women's track & field programs, as well as volleyball.

The facility boasts a unique combination of a 76,000square-foot retractable Magic Carpet Astroturm system and a Mondo track surface with hydraulically controlled banked curves.

In a matter of four to six hours, a full indoor track and field setup can be converted into an indoor football practice facility complete with target goalposts for placekicking practice. The football-lined synthetic playing surface is stored on a spool at the south end of the field house and deployed by a combination of nine winches and an 18-port distributed air blower system that causes the turf to float across the floor surface as it is deployed and retracted.

State-of-the-art weight training and sports medicine facilities, as well as equipment storage areas round out this newest addition to the Navy athletics arsenal.

The facility is named after Lt. Cmdr. Wesley A. Brown, USN (ret.), the first African American midshipman to graduate from the United States Naval Academy in 1949.

Building Facts

Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140,000 sq ft Turf area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76,000 sq ft Weight room area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5800 sq ft Locker rooms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Lockers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 300

The Wesley A. Brown Field House was dedicated on May 10, 2008.

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With the retractable Magic Carpet Astroturn system down, the football team can practice indoors.

 The state-of-the-art weight training facilities in Wesley A. Brown Field House.

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Ricketts Hall Navy’s football team has the use of one of the top facilities in the country in Ricketts Hall. A $12 million renovation of Ricketts Hall has provided upgraded meeting rooms for the football team, offices for the football coaches, a players lounge for the football team and office areas for the Naval Academy Athletic Association administrators, the business and ticket offices, sports information and sports promotions and marketing.

In 2004, a renovation was completed that added a trophy and reception room, as well as new football offices and meeting rooms on the third floor and office upgrades to house the men’s basketball and lacrosse programs on the second floor.

In 2007, the weight room was renovated with new lighting, synthetic turf sprint lanes and a new paint scheme. The football locker room was also completely renovated to increase the size of the facility, which included a players lounge area complete with big screen televisions and video games.

In 2011, the training room was completely renovated, as were Rip Miller Field and the coaches locker rooms.

Ricketts Hall is named after Admiral Claude Vernon Ricketts, a 1929 graduate who played end for the Midshipmen, earning a varsity letter in 1928. During the battle at Pearl Harbor, Ricketts received a Letter of Commendation for his efforts to save his ship and his mortally wounded captain. He later became Commander Second Fleet and then assumed duties as the Vice Chief of Naval Operations.

Bellino Auditorium

A theater in the complex for staff and team meetings is named after 1960 Heisman Trophy winner Joe Bellino.

Staubach Locker Room

The football locker room, which is named after 1963 Heisman Trophy winner Roger Staubach, features lockers that incorporate a built-in seat for each player and a personal lock box. This locker room can house up to 220 players and was totally refurbished in the summer of 2005.

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Jack Lengyel Strength & Conditioning Facility Overlooking the Severn River and the Chesapeake Bay sits the Ricketts Hall weight room.

Mike Brass and his strength and conditioning staff instruct the Midshipmen in their daily workouts. Programs are structured to help the athletes maximize their overall athletic abilities. A variety of speed/strength workouts are organized throughout the year, both in-season and offseason. Olympic-style lifts, which include the snatch and the clean and jerk, are the core exercises used at the Naval Academy. Variations of these lifts, along with squatting and pressing exercises, are performed during each workout. Flexibility, speed and agility development, conditioning and nutritional information are the final components of each daily workout.

Jack Lengyel

Encompassing 12,000-square feet of prime weightlifting space, the Midshipmen complete their speed/strength workouts on:

• 22 Power Lift full racks (each station includes): • Power Lift Olympic platform • Multi-purpose cable pulley unit • Dip bars • Pull up bars • Hyper-extension • Multi-purpose bench • 555lbs of Iron Grip weights plus bar • 180KG of Uesaka weights plus bar • 10lb Nike Medicine ball • Phyiso Ball • 10 Black Iron magnetic dumbbell stations 15lbs-102lbs • 11 pieces of Hammer Strength equipment • 10 pieces of Nautilus equipment • 6 Nautilus neck pieces • State-of-the-art speed development equipment which includes a 5x40 yard indoor turf • 14 Rotating 60" flat screen TV'S with integrated high tech computer system split into 5 separate zones, used to post individualized workout programs, messages,timing clocks and training videos all of which is connected to a 3000 watt speaker system for premium sound. The system also has a built in video control systems which enables us to video an athlete performing an exercise and play it back instantly to ensure proper technique is being performed.

The Red Romo Training Center The Romo Physical Training Center, which is named for Navy’s former athletic trainer the late Leon (Red) Romo, incorporates a state-of-the-art rehabilitation therapy pool for use by athletic teams and the Brigade of Midshipmen, a computerized injury management system which will network with all other training rooms around the Naval Academy and with the Naval Academy Medical Department, updated equipment and treatment modalities and a doctor’s examination area with a portable x-ray unit. The training room was completely renovated this past summer.

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In his 10 years as Director of Athletics, Chet Gladchuk has overseen a renaissance of the Naval Academy athletic program. His administrative leadership has helped lead the program to one of the most successful periods in school history. In 2010-11, Navy won 63 percent of its contests and claimed the overall series against Army for the 18th time in the last 19 years. Navy produced nine All-Americans, 11 conference athletes of the year, nine conference coaches of the year and 11 conference championships. The Mids also excelled in the classroom, ranking No. 4 in the country in graduation rate for student-athletes (among Football Bowl Subdivision schools) and all 24 of Navy’s NCAA sponsored varsity sports rank above the national average in the Academic Progress Report, including five teams with perfect scores. Navy had five Academic All-Americans, four Patriot League Scholar Athletes of the Year and an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship winner. Six of the top 15 Naval Academy graduates and 28 of the top 100 graduates in the Class of 2011 were involved with varsity or club athletics. The football team had another successful season in 2010, posting a 9-4 record and playing in a school-record eighth-consecutive bowl game. The Mids beat Army for a series-record ninth-consecutive year and defeated Notre Dame for the third time in four seasons. Other teams who flourished in 2010-11 included the women’s basketball team winning the Patriot League Championship and advancing to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history; the rifle team placed seventh at the NCAA Championship; the women’s lacrosse team advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the second-straight season; intercollegiate sailing placed ninth at the ICSA Nationals; the baseball team won the Patriot League Regular Season and Tournament titles and participated in the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2002; while the water polo, men’s cross country, men’s swimming & diving, men’s indoor track & field, women’s indoor track & field and women’s rowing all won conference titles. Gladchuk’s efforts have been recognized on a national level as well, as the Division IA Athletic Directors Association named him the 2005 Bobby Dodd Athletic Director of the Year. The award is presented in recognition of an athletic director’s support and commitment toward the successful advancement of the department, most specifically in the sport of football. Additionally, he was recognized by the Secretary of the Navy for his contributions and service to the Navy and the Naval Academy with the Superior Public Service Award to the Department of the Navy. Gladchuk has been able to parlay Navy’s athletic success into an exclusive television deal with CBS ports Network that has increased Navy’s television exposure both in the United States and internationally. CBS Sports Network, the first 24-hour college sports network, televises every Navy home and select neutral site football games (excluding Notre Dame and Army which are televised nationally by CBS), as well as other Midshipmen men's and women's athletic events, original programming and documentaries centered on the storied Navy athletic program. The long-term, multi-media agreement includes internet streaming, broadband and videoon-demand rights and high definition rights. A major part of the agreement was that all home football games would be played on Saturday for the convenience of the Navy alumni. Navy sports are seen all over the world with the international distribution of Navy programming, especially to the troops serving abroad. Navy’s contract with CBS Sports Network runs through 2018.

Gladchuk has also added radio giants WBAL (1090 AM) in Baltimore and WFED (1500 AM, 1050 AM, 820 AM) in Washington D.C./Northern Virginia to Navy’s radio network. WBAL Radio, which is also the home of the Ravens, is Maryland's dominant and most powerful radio station. Since 1925, generations of Marylanders have turned to WBAL Radio for news, weather, thought-provoking discussions and sports. As Maryland's only 50,000-watt AM station, WBAL's signal travels substantially further than any other station in the state. WFED Radio, which is also the home of the Washington Nationals, is a 50,000-watt station that will air a minimum of 10 regular-season football games. WFED is your source for federal news covering both the Federal Government and those who do business with the government. Since being introduced as the Academy's 28th Director of Athletics on Sept. 4, 2001, Gladchuk has pressed forward on numerous fronts with energy and vision. From the hiring of Paul Johnson and Ken Niumatalolo as head football coaches to the renovation of Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Gladchuk has made improvements in several key areas that will prove more success on the athletic fields for years to come. Recent head coaching hires such as Bill Roberts in men’s swimming, John Morrison in women’s swimming, Paul Kostacopoulos in baseball, Keith Puryear in women’s tennis, Cindy Timchal, the all-time winningest women’s lacrosse coach in NCAA history, Stefanie Pemper, one of the all-time winningest Division III women’s basketball coaches, Dave Brandt, the all-time winningest soccer coach in NCAA history, Larry Bock, the all-time winningest coach in collegiate volleyball history, Ed DeChellis, the 2009 Big Ten Basketball Coach of the Year at Penn State, and Rick Sowell, who was a twotime America East Coach of the Year. During Gladchuk’s tenure at the Naval Academy, he has seen the Midshipmen win 75 conference titles, produce 137 All-Americans and 48 Academic All-Americans. Gladchuk has also worked tirelessly to bring back school spirit, working in conjunction with school officials to encourage midshipmen to attend events for all sports. He has embraced the local community and alumni base, and is an often-requested speaker, visiting areas all over the country as he shares the vision of the Naval Academy and the Naval Academy Athletic Association. Gladchuk’s biggest impact on the Naval Academy has been the $42 million renovation of Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium where under his leadership the stadium was completely refurbished over a four-year time frame. The addition of 6,500 permanent seats on the sidelines and in the end zones, 32 luxury boxes, dropping the field eight feet and moving the sidelines closer, two video scoreboards, a memorial plaza, upgraded restroom and concession areas, a perimeter walking path, new lighting, a new sound system, landscaping the grounds and storm water management highlight the list of renovations. Gladchuk has worked closely with the city, county, state and neighborhood associations to ensure proper communication and sensitivity to issues that benefit both the NAAA and community at large. The NAAA was awarded the Green Star award by former Annapolis Mayor Ellen Moyer for commitment to the environment during the ongoing renovation of Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Gladchuk and the NAAA have also teamed up with the Naval Academy Foundation to raise over $75 million in private giving for facilities such

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as the Brigade Sports Complex (hockey and tennis), Max Bishop Stadium (baseball), varsity squash courts, various team locker rooms and a number of practice facilities. Other highlights during Gladchuk’s tenure at the Naval Academy include the recent renegotiation of the Army-Navy contract which resulted in over $46 million to the two schools over the next eight years, scheduling Maryland, Notre Dame, Ohio State and Army at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore to promote Navy football in the community, negotiating the extension of the Navy-Notre Dame football game television contract with CBS through 2018 and negotiating bowl deals with the Houston, Emerald, Poinsettia, Meineke Car Care, EagleBank, Texas, Armed Forces and Military Bowls. Gladchuk is heavily involved with NCAA and Patriot League committees. He recently was selected to serve on the NCAA Leadership Council, which is one of the highest NCAA appointments an athletic director can realize. The council helps set the Division I legislative agenda and advises the NCAA regarding major legislative issues being considered. The primary responsibility of the council is to identify those issues on the horizon that can impact Division I and intercollegiate athletics as a whole and spends much of its time planning for the future of Division I and helps set the course for the future. Gladchuk is also on the NACDA (National Association of Collegiate Athletic Directors) Executive Committee and has served as the Chairman of the Executive Committee in the Patriot League and a member of the NCAA Olympic Sport Liaison Committee. Gladchuk came to the Naval Academy from the University of Houston, where he had been the Director of Athletics since July 18, 1997. Recognized as one of the nation’s top leaders in intercollegiate athletics management, he guided the Cougars to 19 Conference USA Championships, while making significant strides in the academic success of their student-athletes, gender equity and fiscal management. Before Houston, Gladchuk was the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics, Intramurals and Recreation for seven years at his alma mater, Boston College. Under Gladchuk, Boston College emerged as one of the NCAA’s elite programs of the 1990s winning numerous Big East and NCAA Championships. The school’s graduation rate for all student-athletes was over 90 percent and the Eagles won the College Football Association’s Academic Achievement Award for the highest graduation rates among all Division I schools in three of his last five years at Boston College. Gladchuk led the Alumni Stadium expansion effort, which resulted in a $35 million improvement to the football stadium. Prior to rejoining Boston College, Gladchuk served as AD at Tulane University from 1987-90. During his tenure, he directed the reinstatement of the Green Wave basketball program to Division I status. In addition, he oversaw the construction of new facilities for the athletics administration as well as baseball, track and field and tennis teams after a $25 million athletics campaign was successfully completed. From 1985-87, he served as Associate AD at Syracuse University, heading operations, NCAA compliance, financial aid and facility operations. Gladchuk lettered in football at Boston College and graduated with honors in business management in 1973. He earned a master’s in sports administration from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst in 1974, where he began his career in intercollegiate athletics, including serving for seven years as Director of General Physical Education, Assistant and Associate Athletic Director for the university. He also has served as Director of Athletics and head football coach for the New Hampton (Prep) School in New Hampshire prior to leaving for UMass. He and his wife, Kathy, have four children: John, a graduate of Loyola Marymount; Katie, a graduate of Boston College; Christie, a graduate of Trinity and Julie, a graduate of the University of North Carolina.

Past Athletic Directors Harris Laning 1895 Arthur P. Fairchild ’01 Charles Earle Smith ’03 William F. Halsey Jr. ’04 Douglas L. Howard ’06 Byron McCandless ’05 Jonas H. Ingram ’07 Henry D. Cook Jr. ’03 John W. Wilcox Jr. ’05 Robert C. Giffen ’07 Ernest W. McKee ’08 Thomas S. King II ’11 Harvey E. Overesch ’15 Lyman S. Perry ’20

1910-12 1912-15 1915-17 1917-18 1918-23 1923-25 1925-30 1930-31 1931-34 1934-37 1937-40 1940-42 1942 1942-43

John E. Whelchel ’20 1943-44 Harles O. Humphreys ’22 1944-46 Edmund B. Taylor ’25 1946-48 Thomas J. Hamilton ’27 1948 Henry H. Caldwell ’27 1949-51 Ian C. Eddy ’30 1951-54 Charles Elliott Loughlin ’33 1954-57 Slade Cutter ’35 1957-59 Asbury Coward ’38 1959-62 William S. Busik ’43 1962-65 Alan R. Cameron ’44 1965-68 J. O. Coppedge ’47 1968-88 Jack Lengyel 1988-2001 Chet Gladchuk 2001-present

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2010-11 Navy Athletics: A Year In Review Overall Record 301-174-8 (.631)

N-Star Record vs. Army 11-11 (.500)

Overall Record vs. Army 17-15 (.5531)

No. 4 in the Country in Graduation Rate 9 All-Americans 11 Conference Championships 5 Academic All-Americans 9 Conference Coaches of the Year National Honors

* Football finished 36th in the nation in the final Associated Press college football poll and played in an eighthstraight bowl game.

* Water polo finished the season ranked 15th in the Collegiate Water Polo Association Poll.

* Offshore sailing won the McMillan Cup, the big-boat national championship for the New England and MidAtlantic districts.

* Wrestling finished 37th at the NCAA Championship.

* The women’s basketball team competed in the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history.

* The men’s swimming & diving team qualified three Midshipmen for the NCAA Championship.

* Rifle placed seventh at the NCAA Rifle Championship.

* Men’s gymnastics qualified two Midshipmen for the NCAA Championship.

* Women’s lacrosse advanced to the NCAA Tournament for a second-consecutive season.

* Intercollegiate sailing placed ninth at ICSA Nationals.

* Baseball earned its first trip to the NCAA Tournament since 2002 and made its ninth appearance in program history in the national tournament.


We expect to win in everything we do – on and off the field of competition. The Blue & Gold provides the supplemental resources necessary to assist our coaches and Midshipmen to realistically pursue the highest level of success within the context of their physical challenges. We are an institution invested in a mission that educates future leaders in moral, mental and physical excellence. The Blue & Gold enables our Midshipmen to pursue the highest goals possible as members of varsity or junior varsity teams.

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The Naval Academy Athletic Association is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization charged with providing resources to support 45 varsity and junior varsity programs offered by the Naval Academy. The NAAA operates with the guidance of the Naval Academy’s Board of Control, whose members report to the Superintendent of the United State Naval Academy.

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C lub Level seats are assured to Admiral’s Row members of the Blue & Gold. Admiral’s Row members are the only ones assured of receiving Club Seats, and each member at this level is entitled to purchase four (4) Club Level seats to the game. TAX INFORMATION Since your membership includes an option to purchase tickets, 80 percent of your membership is tax deductible. Only the individual paying for the membership is eligible to take the tax deduction. The Blue & Gold members will receive a receipt for tax purposes at the end of the year. MORE INFORMATION For more information, please visit www.NavySports.com or call (410) 293-8708.

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Deputy Director of Athletics

Eric Ruden

Barbara Brozen Senior Associate AD Business Affairs

Senior Associate AD Admissions, Academics and Compliance

Dave Davis

Senior Associate AD Facilities

Al Heinze

Senior Associate AD Corporate Sales

Carl Tamulevich

Senior Associate AD Scheduling & Team Support

Senior Associate AD Physical Mission

Tom Virgets

Mike Brass

Robb Dunn

Bill Givens

Associate AD Sports Performance

Associate AD Administration, Club Sports and Development

Jon Starrett

Associate AD Operations and Championships

Sr. Woman Administrator Associate AD Compliance

Loretta Lamar

Tom McKavitt

Associate AD Facilities and Maintenance

Matt Munnelly Associate AD Ticket Operations and Summer Camps

Steve O’Brien Associate AD Development

Scott Strasemeier

Chauncey Winbush

Carla Criste

Pat Phillips

Tom Schemmel

Christine Copper

Associate AD Business Affairs

Assistant AD

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Assistant AD Maintenance and Grounds

Associate AD Sports Information

NCAA Faculty Athletic Representative


FIRST-RATE FACULTY & STAFF The Naval Academy's philosophy of education stresses attention to individual students by highly qualified faculty members who are strongly committed to teaching. Classes are small, with an average size of fewer than 18 students and a student-faculty ratio of 8:1. All courses at the Naval Academy are taught and graded by faculty members, not by graduate assistants.

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Our 600-member faculty is an integrated group of officers and civilians in nearly equal numbers. Officers bring fresh ideas and experiences from operational units and staffs of the Navy and Marine Corps. The academy's civilian faculty members give continuity to the educational program and form a core of professional scholarship and teaching experience. Working together closely, these military and civilian faculty members form one of the strongest and most dedicated teaching faculties of any college or university in the United States.

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 Kayla Sax (‘10) was a recipient of the Gates Cambridge Scholarship, becoming the ninth honoree from the Naval Academy.

MAJORS Students at the Naval Academy can select one of 38 different majors within 23 fields of study. The 23 fields of study are grouped into three different divisions: Division of Engineering and Weapons (aerospace engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering, general engineering, mechanical engineering, naval architecture, ocean engineering, systems engineering), Division of Math and Science (chemistry, computer science, general science, information technology, mathematics, oceanography, physics) and the Division of Humanities and Social Science (Arabic, Chinese, economics, English, history, political science, quantitative economics). In addition to graduating with a Bachelor’s of Science, students can attain a minor in one of seven different languages.

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Students who excel at the Naval Academy have many opportunities to challenge and advance themselves through several special programs -- Trident Scholars, Honors Programs, and Voluntary Graduate Education Program (VGEP). GRADUATION SUCCESS RATE For the sixth year in a row, the United States Naval Academy ranks among nation’s leaders for graduating NCAA student-athletes on the Division I level. Navy graduated 100 percent of its student-athletes in 10 of the 20 NCAA sports reported on and averaged an overall rate of 96 percent for student-athletes in all sports – the fourthhighest mark nationally among Football Bowl Subdivision schools.

LOWE'S SENIOR CLASS AWARD Ricky Dobbs ('11) was named the 2010 Lowe's Senior CLASS Award winner for the Football Bowl Subdivision, becoming the second Navy student-athlete to win the award. The Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award was started in 2001 by Dick Enberg in response to the growing trend of men's basketball players leaving school early for

 Alex Foskett (‘11) was named Second-Team Academic All-America by the Collegiate Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

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the NBA. The award honors the attributes of senior student-athletes in four areas: classroom, community, character and competition. Navy has produced five first-team honorees in their respective sports over the last five years, highlighted by Dobbs' award in 2010 and 2008 grad Evan Barnes, who was men’s soccer’s inaugural award winner in 2007. Additionally, women’s basketball player Kate Hobbs ('07), women's soccer's Lizzie Barnes ('08) and men’s lacrosse’s Andy Tormey (‘09) each were named to the Lowe's Senior All-America First Team. SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS In addition to furthering their education at schools across the country, students at the Naval Academy annually are in competition for several prestigious scholarships. Since Navy's first Rhodes Scholar, E. Van Meter ('28), a total of 46 Naval Academy graduates have received the Rhodes Scholarship, including 13 since 2001. Among Navy's most recent recipients is former baseball player Trevor Thompson ('05). Also, 24 grads have won George C. Marshall Scholarships, including 14 since 2000. A trio of recent graduates earned Bowman Scholarships to the Naval Postgraduate School. Lightweight rower Chris Medford ('11), heavyweight rower Mike Shea ('11) and rifle standout Kenan Wang ('11) were each honored as Bowman Scholars.

 Aside from being the 2011 USNA valedictorian, Nick Birger (‘11) was First-Team Academic All-America election for men’s tennis in 2011. as well as the overall 2010-11 Patriot eague Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

Dobbs (‘11) was named r CLASS Award winner Bowl Subdivision.

Standout swimmer Kelly Zahalka ('09) was a recipient of both the Harry S. Truman and Gen. George C. Marshall Scholarships, which paved the way for her to study for two years in the United Kingdom. Former women's track and cross country runner Kayla Sax ('10) became just the ninth student from the Naval Academy to be awarded a Gates Cambridge Scholarship, which has enabled her to contribute to research focused on alternative energy sources at the University of Cambridge.

a Gorinski (‘13) was named Patriot omen’s Swimming Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2011.

Men's tennis standout Nick Birger ('11) was awarded an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship in 2011, one year after soccer's Beth Reed ('10) and track 's Mark Van Orden ('10) also earned the NCAA Scholarship. These athletes will be able to pursue graduate degrees before resuming their respective naval careers on a full-time basis. ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS Naval Academy student-athletes have totaled 80 Academic All-America certificates over the years, with 47 of those awards coming since the start of the 1999-2000 academic year. USNA student-athletes have garnered five awards during the 2010-11 academic year. The 2010-11 honorees included first-team football honoree John Dowd (‘12), first-team men's tennis selection Nick Birger ('11), second-team men's track & field/cross country athlete Cody Rome ('12) and from the men's soccer team, second-teamer Alex Foskett ('11) and third-teamer Sam Miller ('12). Dowd was also a Second-Team Academic All-American during the 2009-10 academic year.

 Cody Rome (‘12) earned Second-Team Academic All-America honors in 2010-11, as well as being named Patriot League Men’s Indoor Track & Field Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2011.

wd (‘12) was a First-Team Academic in 2010-11, following a Second-Team ic All-America honor in 2009-10.

 Lizzie Barnes (‘08) is one of five Navy student-athletes to have been honored as First-Team Lowe’s Senior All-Americans as part of the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award.

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PATRIOT LEAGUE SCHOLAR-ATHLETES Birger, the 2011 Naval Academy valedictorian, was also named the Patriot League Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year, after earning a second consecutive league scholarathlete honor for men's tennis. Birger is the fifth male midshipman and a league-leading 11th overall to earn the Patriot League's top academic honor. Other Patriot League Scholar-Athlete winners from the 2010-11 academic year include Rome for indoor track & field, swimmer Laura Gorinski ('13) and golfer Peter Reilly ('12).


The men and women of the United States Naval Academy have committed themselves to the service of our nation. During their four years in Annapolis, the Midshipmen demonstrate their willingness to give by taking part in several community service events.

From outreach opportunities such as autograph sessions following athletic events, to working with underprivileged youths, the student-athletes at Navy give back to the area they call home during their college years.

The following are a few examples of community service opportunities performed by the men and women of Navy athletics during the 2010-11 academic year.

FOOTBALL While in San Diego, Calif., prior to the Poinsettia Bowl, several members of the football team attended a Make-AWish Foundation event where players and coaches spent time with the kids and their families. The bowl game and Make-A-Wish Foundation of San Diego benefit from a strong partnership as more than 500 members of “Wish Families”, including wish children, their parents and siblings, attended the game as special guests.

Seniors Andre Byrd and Ricky Dobbs took time to speak with students at several area schools. Byrd addressed students at Mount St. Joseph High School in Baltimore where he talked about the obstacles he overcame in his life to become a midshipman and a member of the Navy football team.

As he did throughout his career, Dobbs continued to make several appearances at local schools last year, explaining the importance of doing your best in school and following your dreams.

The team also continued the tradition of inviting ill and special needs children and their families to practices.

MEN’S & WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Both the men’s and women’s teams combined to hold free skills clinics for local youths. Assistant coaches and players from both teams provided instruction to over 200 kids from the Annapolis area.

The Navy men’s basketball team was out in full force, volunteering for the 2011 Maryland Special Olympics and then providing area youth with a skills clinic. The team has done a number of community-service events in the past, whether it’s conducting free camps, volunteering for the Special Olympics or speaking to groups of local youth.

Members of the men's basketball team also volunteered their time at the St. John's Episcopal School's Field Day, playing basketball with many of the youth and setting up drills and contests for the kids.

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WOMEN’S LACROSSE Twenty-one members of the women's lacrosse program conducted a lacrosse clinic at the all-girls Excel Academy in Washington, D.C. The Mids taught the children basic lacrosse skills and also organized drills, relay races and informal games. WOMEN’S SOCCER Navy women's soccer players Jessica Grupp, Katie Kelly, Alexes Lopez-Shaw and Ashlynn Soellner volunteered at a youth soccer clinic at the Excel Academy, an all-girls school in Washington, D.C. The Athletes For Hope organization helped coordinate the event, which was for first and second grade girls. SWIMMING & DIVING The swimming and diving teams continued their tradition of offering free learn-to-swim lessons to anyone in Lejeune Hall during the spring. BASEBALL The baseball team continued its strong relationship with a local child with a brain tumor through the Friends of Jaclyn Organization. The child has been a fixture at Navy home games for the past two seasons as the team has taken an even more active role in his and his family’s lives. The team and coaches routinely spend time with him away from the field, attend movies and support him at his band concerts. MEN’S TENNIS The men’s tennis team again made its annual visit to the MaliVai Washington Kids Foundation, which provides an athletic and educational after school outlet for youths in the Jacksonville, Fla., area. The Mids first participated in a question-and-answer session with the youths before hitting the tennis courts for some instruction and competition. As a tradition each time Navy visits, every time a youth defeats a Mid, the Navy player has to immediately do 10 pushups.

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The Naval Academy is located in historic Annapolis, the capital of the State of Maryland. Annapolis was founded in 1640 as Anne Arundel Town and later became the first peacetime capital city of the United States of America in 1783.

Annapolis, named to honor Queen Anne of England, was granted a royal charter as a city in 1708. Annapolis can also lay claim to having been a capital of the United States. From November 1783 to August 1784, the Continental Congress met in the State House. It was here that they accepted George Washington’s resignation as commander-in-chief and ratified the Treaty of Paris, which ended the Revolutionary War.

 The Annapolis State Hou continuous legislative use in was here where General Geo resigned his commission in t Army, and where the Treaty the Revolutionary War was r

The colonial heritage of Annapolis is still evident as the city boasts more buildings from the 1700s than any other city in the country.

The heart of downtown Annapolis has also been designated a National Historic District. Many fine examples of colonial architecture, including the State House, Hammond-Harwood House, Chase-Lloyd House and the William Paca House and Gardens, are open to visitors.

In August, 2009, Annapolis was named a Top Ten finalist for the International Award for Livable Communities, a competition focused on creating livable communities through sound environmental practices.

Annapolis is located on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay, the largest estuary in the United States. The Chesapeake provides natural environs, sightseeing, sailing, fishing and more, helping Annapolis become the sailing capital of the world. The water-lover will also revel in the fact that Maryland has nearly 4,000 miles of shoreline – more than any other state.

Within 30 minutes of Annapolis lies both Washington, D.C., and Baltimore, providing entertainment and sightseeing opportunities for residents and tourists alike.

 Over 80 million pounds of blue crab Additional photography credit to www.VisitAnnapolis.org, www.VisitMaryland.org, and www.Baltimore.org.

were harvested in Maryland in 2010 The Maryland crab harvest makes up more than 50 percent of the annual U.S. catch.

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 The State of Maryland voted in 1788 to cede land to form the District of Columbia, which soon became our nation’s capital. Washington, D.C., is located 30 minutes west of Annapolis.

use is the oldest in n the country. It orge Washington the Continental of Paris ending ratified.

 During the War of 1812, Francis Scott Key witnessed the bombardment of Fort McHenry in Baltimore and was inspired to pen the words to a poem entitled “The Star-Spangled Banner,” which eventually became the national anthem.

 Pimlico Race Course, home of the Preakness Stakes, is located in Baltimore. The horse industry contributes $1.5 billion annually to the state’s economy. There are over 20,000 horse farms located in Maryland.

Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is just 30 minutes from apolis. The City of Baltimore features Harborplace, Maryland Science Center, the National Aquarium, Railroad Museum, American Visionary Art Mum, and homes for both the MLB’s Baltimore Orioles the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens

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The Naval Academy has produced several significant NFL players, including Hall of Fame quarterback Roger Staubach of the Dallas Cowboys, Raiders running back Napoleon McCallum and New York Giants wide receiver Phil McConkey.

Player, Class Art Carney ‘24 James Schuber ‘28 Ben Chase ‘46 Dick Duden ‘47 Joe Bartos ‘48 Bob Reifsnyder ‘59 Joe Bellino ‘61 Roger Staubach ‘65 Phil McConkey ‘79

Napoleon McCallum ‘85 Bob Kuberski ‘93 Jim Kubiak ‘95

Chris McCoy ‘98 David Viger ‘98

Travis Williams ‘00 Kyle Eckel ‘05

Tyree Barnes* ‘09 Eric Kettani* ‘09 Shun White* ‘09

Roger Staubach

Professional Team Years New York Giants 1925-26 Chicago Bears 1930 Detroit Lions 1947 New York Giants 1949 Washington Redskins 1950 New York Titans 1960-61 New England 1965-67 Dallas Cowboys 1969-79 New York Giants 1984-87 Phoenix Cardinals 1989 Los Angeles Raiders 1986, 1990-94 Green Bay Packers 1994-98 Atlanta Falcons 1999 Denver Broncos 2000 Carolina Panthers 1996-97 Indianapolis Colts 1998 New York Jets 1999 Indianapolis Colts 1998-99, 2003 Buffalo Destroyers 2001 Dallas Desperados 2002-03 Detroit Fury 2004 Georgia Force 2005 Green Bay Packers 1998-99 New York Jets 1998-02 Detroit Lions 2003 Green Bay Packers 2001-03 New England Patriots 2005 Miami Dolphins 2005-06 New England Patriots 2007 Philadelphia Eagles 2008-09 Denver Broncos 2010-current New England Patriots 2009-current New England Patriots 2009-current New England Patriots 2009-current

*On military reserve while serving their commitment

Napoleon McCallum

Bob Kuberski

Chris McCoy

Eric Kettani

Shun White

Tyree Barnes

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Located within a half hour drive of Baltimore and Washington, D.C., the Naval Academy enjoys being in the nation's spotlight. The Mids are covered daily by the Annapolis Capital, the Washington Post, the Baltimore Sun and the Washington Times. Navy also receives substantial television coverage from the eight local network stations and two regional cable networks.

The Mids have made multiple appearances on regional and national television over the last 10 years, including a record 13 appearances in 2010.

In March of 2005, CBS Sports Network (CSTV at the time), the first 24-hour college sports network, secured the longterm exclusive television rights to all home and select neutral site Navy football games (excluding the Notre Dame home game and Army which will be televised nationally by CBS), as well as other Navy men's and women's athletic events and original programming and documentaries centered around the storied Navy athletic program. The long-term multi-media agreement includes internet streaming, broadband, video-on-demand rights and high definition rights. In 2008, the two sides extended that agreement through the 2017-18 season, while CBS extended its contract for the Navy-Notre Dame and ArmyNavy games through 2018.

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2011 Preseason Notes .................................................................. 46-50 Preseason Depth Chart....................................................................... 51 Pronunciation Chart ............................................................................ 51 Numerical Roster .......................................................................... 52-53 Alphabetical Roster ...................................................................... 54-55 Geographic Breakdown ............................................................... 56-57

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SEASON OUTLOOK Setting the Stage for 2011

• The Mids return 29 of the 34 players listed on the final 2010 offensive depth chart, including eight starters - left guard Josh Cabral, center Brady DeMell, right guard John Dowd, right tackle Ryan Basford, wide receiver Brandon Turner, slot back Aaron Santiago, slot back Gee Gee Greene and fullback Alexander Teich. • Navy returns 24 of the 33 players listed on the final 2010 defensive depth chart, including three starters - defensive end Jabaree Tuani, linebacker Max Blue and corner Kwesi Mitchell. • Eleven of the Mids’ 13 specialists listed on the final 2010 depth chart will return, including five starters - kicker Jon Teague, long snapper Brian Ackerman, holder Justin Haan, punt returner Gary Myers and kick returner Marcus Thomas. • Navy returns four of its top-six rushers (Teich, Greene, quarterback Kriss Proctor and Santiago) and six of its top-seven receivers (Greene, Santiago, Teich, Turner, wide receiver Doug Furman and slot back John Howell). • The Mids return just two of their top-six tacklers (Tuani and Blue).

• Teich rushed for 863 yards and five touchdowns on 147 carries and caught seven passes for 86 yards and two touchdowns in the fall in helping lead Navy to a 9-4 record and a berth in the Poinsettia Bowl. He had one of the greatest performances in school history against Notre Dame, rushing for 210 yards on 26 carries and catching a 31yard touchdown off a screen pass that saw him leap over two Irish defenders at the goal line. The 210 yards rushing was the most by a Navy player against Notre Dame in series history and marked the first time in school history that a fullback rushed for more than 200 yards in a game. Teich also had a huge day in Navy's 76-35 rout of East Carolina as he rushed for 157 yards and a touchdown on just 14 carries against the Pirates. He has rushed for 1,263 yards and five touchdowns and caught 11 passes for 111 yards and two touchdowns in his career. • Tuani has been a three-year starter for the Mids and is coming off his best year yet, leading all defensive linemen with 72 tackles, recording a team-high 15.5 tackles for a loss and finishing second on the team in sacks with 5.5. His 15.5 tackles for a loss are the ninth most in school history for a single season, while his 30 career tackles for a loss stands sixth. Tuani's 10.5 career sacks are the fifth most in school history. He has recorded 168 tackles, 10.5 sacks and 30 tackles for a loss in his career.

Navy’s 2011 Schedule

• Navy’s 2011 football schedule will include five games at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, as well as the annual Army-Navy game at FedExField in Landover, Md. • Navy will battle eight teams that played in a bowl game in 2010 and a Delaware team that played for the FCS National Championship against Eastern Washington. • Navy kicks off the 2011 campaign against Delaware on Sept. 3 before hitting the road for games at Western Kentucky on Sept. 10 and at South Carolina on Sept. 17. South Carolina finished the 2010 season with a 9-5 record and played Auburn in the SEC Championship Game. One of the biggest wins in school history came against South Carolina in 1984 when the Mids upset the No. 2 Gamecocks, 38-21, at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. • The Mids will take a week off before playing host to Service Academy rival Air Force (Oct. 1) and Southern Miss (Oct. 8). The game against the Falcons is the first leg in the battle for the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy, while the game against the Golden Eagles will mark the first meeting between the two programs. • Navy travels to Rutgers on Oct. 15 in what will be the first meeting between the two schools since the Mids won a thriller, 23-21, in 2008. The Mids return home to play host to East Carolina on Oct. 22 for Homecoming. Navy scored a modern day-record 76 points in a 76-35 victory over East Carolina this past fall. Closing out the month of October will be a trip to South Bend (Oct. 29) where the Mids will be looking to win threestraight over Notre Dame for the first time in school history. • Navy will play its final home game of the year on Nov. 5 when the Mids play host to Troy in the first meeting between the two schools. The Mids then hit the road for games at SMU (Nov. 12) and San Jose State (Nov. 19) before closing the regular season against Army on Dec. 10 at FedExField. If the Mids reach six wins, they will play an opponent from the ACC in the Military Bowl (Dec. 28).

Nine Wins Tied for the Fourth Most in School HIstory

• Last year marked just the 13th time in 129 years that Navy has won nine or more games in a season. It is the fourth time in the last seven seasons that Navy has accomplished that feat. • Navy’s nine wins in 2010 are tied for the fourth most in school history. • The record is 10 wins set in 1905 and equalled in 2004 and 2009. • The Mids also won nine game in 1907, 1908, 1926, 1957, 1960, 1963, 1978, 1996 and 2006.

NCAA Final Team Rankings

Navy Statistic Statistical Avg. Rushing Offense 284.8 Passing Offense 120.0 Total Offense 404.8 Scoring Offense 29.7 Rushing Defense 165.9 Pass Efficiency Def. 140.1 Total Defense 390.5 Scoring Defense 23.3 Net Punting 33.5 Punt Returns 5.4 Kickoff Returns 22.5 Turnover Margin +0.5 Pass Defense 224.7 Pass Efficiency 156.7 Sacks 1.4 Tackles For Loss 3.9 Sacks Allowed 0.8 • 120 Football Bowl Subdivision (Div. I-A) schools

National Rank 6 117 39 45 75 94 75 46 108 98 46 26 70 9 98 115 8

Senior Class has a Shot at the Record for Career Wins

• The Class of 2012, will enter the fall with 27 career wins, needing nine wins to tie the school record of 36 set in 1909 and 10 wins to break the record. • The seniors will also be trying to regain the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy that left Navy’s possession for the first time since 2002, increase Navy’s winning streak over Army to 10 games and be the first class in school history to beat Notre Dame three times.

 FedExField, home of the NFL’s Washington Redskins, will play host to the 2011 Army-Navy Game, presented by USAA, on Dec. 10.

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Jabaree Tuani and Alexander Teich Elected 2011 Team Captains

• Navy head football coach Ken Niumatalolo announced that fullback Alexander Teich and defensive end Jabaree Tuani have been elected team captains for the 2011 football season by their teammates. • "Being elected team captain at the Naval Academy is one of the greatest honors you can receive at an institution that produces great leaders and I'm confident that Alex and Jabaree will be up to the task," said Niumatalolo. "I expect them to provide great leadership on the field, in the classroom and in Bancroft Hall."

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Most Wins By A Senior Class (current streak) Wins 36 35 35 35 35 35 27

Class 1909 2011 2010 2008 2007 2006 2012


SEASON OUTLOOK Navy Among the Most Successful Teams Nationally Over the Last Eight Years

Eight-Straight Years of Eight or More Wins

• Navy clinched its eighth-consecutive winning season last fall with a 38-37 victory over Central Michigan on Nov. 13. • The eight-straight winning seasons are the most by Navy since it enjoyed 10-straight winning seasons from 1952-61. • The Mids own a 70-33 (.680) record over the last eight years after posting a 3-30 (.091) mark from 2000-02. • The 70 wins are the 18th most in the country during that span. Rank 1. 2. 3. 5. 6.

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Most Wins Over the Last Eight Years (2003-present) Wins School 94 Boise State 88 USC 86 Ohio State 86 Oklahoma 84 LSU 82 Texas TCU 82 81 Virginia Tech 80 Florida 79 Utah 77 Auburn 76 Wisconsin West Virginia 76 75 Georgia 72 Texas Tech 71 Boston College Oregon 71 70 NAVY 69 Alabama 68 Missouri

• Navy has won eight or more games in each of the last eight seasons, which is the ninthlongest streak in the country. • Boise State, with 11-consecutive years winning eight or more games, is the only nonBCS school that has a longer streak than Navy. Consecutive Seasons with Eight or More Wins (active streak) Seasons School Rank 1. 13 Virginia Tech 2. 12 Boise State 11 LSU 3. 11 Oklahoma 5. 9 Ohio State 9 West Virginia Texas Tech 9 9 USC 9. 8 NAVY 10. 6 Florida TCU 6

John Dowd Named ESPN Div. I First-Team Academic All-American

• Guard John Dowd was named a 2010 ESPN Div. I First-Team Academic All-American by the College Sports Information Director’s of America. • Dowd is the first Navy football player to be named a First-Team Academic All-American since 1980 (Ted Dumbauld) and only Navy’s sixth first-teamer in the sport of football. • A Second-Team Academic All-American as a sophomore, Dowd is a Mechanical Engineering major with a 3.92 GPA. He has a chance this fall to be the first player in school history to be named a First-Team Academic All-American twice in a career. • On the field, Dowd started all 13 games at right guard and helped pave the way for the nation’s sixth-best rushing attack (284.8 yds/gm). He has played in 27-straight games dating back to last year. Navy’s First-Team Academic All Americans Name JOHN DOWD Ted Dumbauld Dan Pike Joe Tranchini Tom Forrestal Steve Eisenhauer

Dominant Era in Army-Navy History

• Navy’s 31-17 victory over Army was its ninth-consecutive win over the Black Knights, the longest streak in series history by either team. • The Mids have won nine in a row against Army in dominant fashion, outscoring the Black Knights, 322-91 (35.8-10.1).

Service Academy Dominance

• Navy has amassed a 70-33 (.680) overall record in the last eight years, while Air Force is 55-43 (.561) and Army is 27-69 (.281). Service Academy Football (2003-present) Stat Navy Air Force Overall Record 70-33 55-43 Record vs Service Academies 15-1 8-8 Bowl Games 8 4 Bowl Wins 3 2

Year 2010 1980 1969 1958 1957 1953

Army 27-69 1-15 1 1

 Senior offensive lineman John Dowd

 John Howell’s 77-yard touchdown reception in Navy’s 31-17 victory over Army on Dec. 11, 2010, was the longest pass play in series history.

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SEASON OUTLOOK Starting Streaks

• Center Brady DeMell has started 14-straight contests, guard Josh Cabral, guard John Dowd and slot back Gee Gee Greene have started 13 in a row, while wide receiver Brandon Turner has started 10-consecutive games. • The defense features defensive end Jabaree Tuani, who has started 17 games in a row, while corner Kwesi Mitchell has started 14-consecutive games.

Home Sweet Home

• Navy owns a 35-10 (.778) record at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium since 2003. • The Mids are an even better 13-3 (.813) at home under current head coach Ken Niumatalolo.

The Key to Victory: 30 Points

• The Mids own a 47-6 (.887) record over the last eight years when scoring 30 or more points in a game. • The Mids are 17-2 (.895) under Niumatalolo when scoring 30 or more points. • Navy scored 30 or more points seven times in 2003 (7-0), four times in 2004 (4-0), seven times in 2005 (6-1), five times in 2006 (5-0), 11 times in 2007 (8-3), six times in 2008 (5-1), six times in 2009 (6-0) and seven times in 2010 (6-1). • The Mids are 10-19 (.345) over the last eight years when allowing 30 or more points in the game. • Navy gave up 30 or more points three times in 2003 (1-2), once in ‘04 (0-1), five times in ‘05 (2-3), twice in ‘06 (0-2), eight times in ‘07 (3-5), three times in ‘08 (0-3), twice in ‘09 (1-1) and four times in 2010 (2-2)

Niumatalolo Making History

• Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo is just the second coach since World War II to lead Navy to a winning record in his first three years at the helm, joining Wayne Hardin (54-1 in 1959, 9-2 in 1960 and 7-3 in 1961) on the exclusive list. • He joins Eddie Erdelatz and Wayne Hardin as the only coaches in school history to beat Notre Dame in back-to-back years. • He is the only coach in school history to lead Navy to a bowl game in each of his first three seasons. • His 27 wins are the most in school history in the first three years of a career. • He is just the sixth coach in school history to win his first three games against Army. Paul Johnson went 6-0 against Army (2002-07), Wayne Hardin won his first five games (1959-63), George Welsh won his first four contests (1973-76), Eddie Erdelatz won his first three games against Army (1950-52) and Swede Larson won all three of his games against Army (1939-41). • His 18 wins in his first two years are the most wins in school history in the first two years at Navy. • His eight wins in his first year are tied for the fourth-most in school history for a coach in his first season and the most for a Navy coach in his debut season since Tom Hamilton won eight in 1934. • In 2009, Niumatalolo was the first coach to lead an unranked Navy squad over a ranked Notre Dame squad since 1936 (which was the first year of the polls) when Tom Hamilton led Navy to a 3-0 victory over Notre Dame. • He is the first head coach in Service Academy history to win the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy in each of his first two years. • Niumatalolo is the first Samoan head football coach on the collegiate level and the second Polynesian head coach in FBS history (Larry Price, who was the head coach at Hawai'i from 1974-76 was the first).

Most Wins by Navy First-Year Head Coaches Wins Rk. Head Coach, Season 1. Bill Ingram, 1926 9-0-1 Frank Berrien, 1908 9-2-1 9-2-1 Joe Reeves, 1907 8-1-0 4. Tom Hamilton, 1934 8-1-0 Bill Armstrong, 1897 KEN NIUMATALOLO, 2008 8-5-0 Rk 1. 2. 3. 5.

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Pct. .950 .792 .792 .889 .889 .667

Most Wins At Navy In First Two Years As Head Coach Head Coach, Seasons Wins Pct KEN NIUMATALOLO, 2008-09 18-9* .667 Paul Dashiell, 1904-05 17-3-2 .818 Bill Armstrong, 1897-98 15-2 .882 15-3-1 .816 Bill Ingram, 1926-27 Doug Howard, 1912-13 13-4-1 .750 Oscar Hagberg, 1944-45 13-4-1 .750 13-5-0 .722 Tom Hamilton, 1934-35 Frank Berrien, 1908-09 13-5-2 .700 Most Wins At Navy In First Three Years As Head Coach Head Coach, Seasons Wins Pct KEN NIUMATALOLO, 2008-10 27-13* .675 Paul Dashiell, 1904-06 25-5-4 .794 Frank Berrien, 1908-10 21-5-3 .776 21-9-1 .694 Wayne Hardin, 1959-61 21-13 .618 Charlie Weatherbie, 1995-97

*Niumatalolo was the head coach for the Poinsettia Bowl at the end of the 2007 season to account for his 14th loss

Navy Versus the BCS / Non-BCS

• Since 2003, Navy owns an 18-21 (.462) record against schools from a BCS conference and an impressive 52-12 record (.813) against non-BCS foes. Navy’s 18 BCS wins are the most by a non-BCS school since 2003. • Head coach Ken Niumatalolo is 20-6 (.769) against non-BCS squads and 7-8 (.467) against teams from a BCS conference. • Navy’s 18 wins against BCS schools have come against Vanderbilt (‘03, ‘04), Duke (‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07), Rutgers (‘04, ‘08), Stanford (‘06), Connecticut (‘06), Pitt (‘07), Notre Dame (‘07, ‘09, ‘10), Wake Forest (‘08, ‘09, ‘10) and Missouri (‘09). • Navy has beaten at least one BCS opponent in eight-consecutive years, which is the second-longest active streak in the country by a non-BCS school. TCU has had at least one BCS win in nine-consecutive seasons. Most BCS Wins by a Non-BCS School (Since 2003) Rank Wins School 1. 18 NAVY 2. 15 TCU 3. 12 Fresno State 4. 10 BYU 5. 8 Hawai’i 6. 7 East Carolina 7 Boise State 7. 6 Houston 6 Toledo Rk 1. 2. 3.

 Head Coach Ken Niumatalolo

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Consecutive Seasons With A Victory Over A BCS School Wins Team 9 TCU 8 NAVY 5 BYU 5 Toledo


SEASON OUTLOOK Road Warriors

• Navy is 37-22 (.627) in games played away from Annapolis over the last eight years, which is tied for the 11th-best mark in the country. • The Mids were 5-3 in games played away from Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in 2010. Best Winning Pct. Away From Home (Road / Neutral) Since 2003 Rank Pct. W-L School .836 46-9 USC 1. .808 42-10 Texas 2. 3. .788 41-11 Boise State 4. .736 39-14 TCU 5. .729 35-13 LSU .727 32-12 Ohio State 6. 7. .692 36-16 Florida 8. .674 29-14 Auburn 9. .660 35-18 Georgia .635 33-19 Virginia Tech 10. .627 37-22 NAVY 11. 12. .625 30-18 West Virginia 13. .620 31-19 Boston College 31-19 Oklahoma .620 15. .588 30-21 Oregon

• Slot back Gee Gee Greene has rushed for 745 yards and five touchdowns on just 113 career carries. • His career average yards per carry of 6.6 is the fifth best in school history for players with a minimum of 100 carries.

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• Navy quarterbacks have rushed for 100 yards or more 82 times in school history. • Only eight of the documented 82 100-yard ground gains occured prior to 1990. • 39 of the 82 100-yard ground gains by quarterbacks have taken place since the beginning of 2002. Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Greene a Threat Every Time He Carries the Ball

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Running Quarterbacks

Navy’s Career Rushing Yards Per Attempt Avg Player Seasons 8.9 Shun White 2005-08 8.9 Tony Lane 2001-03 8.6 Eric Roberts 2002-04 7.7 Reggie Campbell 2004-07 6.6 GEE GEE GREENE 2009-10

Navy’s All-Time 200-Yard Rushing Quarterbacks Yards Player Game 273 Chris McCoy SMU, 9-9-95 268 Chris McCoy Kent State, 9-9-95 225 Alton Grizzard Penn, 10-17-87 224 Ricky Dobbs SMU, 10-25-08 216 Brian Broadwater Colgate, 10-17-98 214 Chris McCoy Tulane, 11-16-96 205 Chris McCoy Army, 12-6-97 201 KRISS PROCTOR C. MICHIGAN, 11-13-10 201 Brian Madden Tulane, 11-10-01 Chris McCoy Delaware, 10-26-96 201

Navy’s All-Time 100-Yard Rushing Quarterbacks Rk. Gms. Player Last 1. 15 Chris McCoy Army, 1997 (31-205) Ricky Dobbs Arkansas St., 2010 (31-154) 2. 13 3. 10 Brian Madden Tulane, 2001 (33-201) Brian Broadwater Army, 2000 (24-121) 4. 7 5. 6 Craig Candeto C. Michigan, 2003 (13-150) 6 Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada Pitt, 2007 (25-122) 4 Brian Hampton Air Force, 2006 (22-105) 7. 4 Aaron Polanco New Mexico, 2004 (26-138) 4 Alton Grizzard Syracuse, 1989 (20-115) 10. 3 Lamar Owens Kent St., 2005 (22-110) 12. 2 Jarod Bryant Air Force, 2008 (24-101) 13. 1 KRISS PROCTOR C. MICHIGAN, 2010 (20-201) 1 Steve Holley Kent State, 1998 (29-188) 1 Ben Fay Delaware, 1995 (22-119) 1 Jason Van Matre Delaware, 1992 (26-128) 1 Gary McIntosh Yale, 1988 (7-102) 1 Marco Pagnanelli Air Force, 1981 (16-106) 1 John Cartwright Vanderbilt, 1967 (17-125) 1 Roger Staubach SMU, 1963 (18-107)

Alexander the Great

• Fullback Alexander Teich regained his starting job at fullback last year and played very well after Vince Murray injured his knee against Wake Forest. • Against SMU, Teich producted a then career-high 95 yards and two touchdowns on 21 carries. He scored the game-winning touchdown against the Mustangs with his fouryard run with 1:38 remaining. • The SMU game was just a warm-up for Teich, as he exploded for a career-high 210 yards on 26 carries against Notre Dame and caught a 31-yard touchdown off a screen pass. It was the most yards by a Navy back in series history and it marked the first time in school history that a fullback rushed for over 200 yards in a game. He was named the ECAC Player of the Week. • After rushing for just 43 yards on seven carries against Duke, Teich rushed for 157 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries in Navy’s 76-35 rout of East Carolina. • Against Central Michigan he got just 12 carries, but still rushed for 53 yards and two touchdowns. • He rushed for 86 yards on 12 carries against Arkansas State. • He had 11 carries for 47 yards against Army.

Warrick Impresses in First-Career Start

• Linebacker Matt Warrick was impressive in his first-career start against Army, recording a career-high and game-high tying 13 tackles in Navy’s 31-17 victory over the Black Knights. • Warrick had five tackles in his second-career start against San Diego State.

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SEASON OUTLOOK Disciplined Football

• The Mids finished No. 1 in the country in fewest penalty yards per game last fall, averaging 27.6 yards per contest. • Navy was second nationally in fewest penalties per game, committing just 3.38 per contest. • In the Mids’ 35-17 victory over Notre Dame, Navy did not commit a penalty. It was the first time since the 2002 Army-Navy game that it did not commit a penalty in a game. Two games later, the Mids committed just one penalty for two yards in a 76-35 victory over East Carolina. • In 2009, Navy was the nation’s leader in fewest penalties per game (3.4) and fewest penalty yards per game (29.6). • The Mids finished No. 2 in the country in both categories in 2008, committing 3.15 penatlies per game and 26.77 penalty yards per game. Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Tuani Has Huge Junior Year

• Defensive end Jabaree Tuani had a huge junior campaign, recording a team-high 15.5 tackles for a loss and finishing second on the team with five sacks. • Tuani’s 15.5 tackles for a loss were the ninth most in a season for a Navy player and his 30-career tackles for a loss place him just outside the top five. He is just 14 tackles for a loss behind Navy’s school record-holder Andy Person (1992-95) • Tuani has recorded 10.5 sacks in his career, which are the fifth most in school history. He needs 12 sacks this year to break the school record of 22 set by Person. Rank Sacks 22 1. 2. 21 3. 16 4. 14 10.5 5.

NCAA Leaders In Fewest Penalty Yards Yds/Gm School 27.6 NAVY 30.7 Wisconsin 30.9 Penn State 36.4 NC State 36.5 Tulane

Most Tackles For A Loss In A Season At Navy Player (Season) Rank Sacks 25 Chet Moeller (1974) 1. 20 Eric Rutherford (1984) 2. 3. 19 Tyler Tidwell (2005) 18 Charlie Thornton (1979) 4. 16 David Mahoney (2005) 5. 16 Paul Soares (1982) Tim Jordan (1981) 16 Tim Jordan (1980) 16 15.5 JABAREE TUANI (2010) 9.

NCAA Leaders In Fewest Penalties Pen/Gm Team 3.15 Wisconsin 3.38 NAVY 4.08 Penn State 4.23 Army 4.33 Indiana

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Taking Care of the Football

• Navy turned the ball over just 16 times last year, which was tied for the 12th-fewest turnovers in the nation. • The Navy defense recovered 16 fumbles over the course of last year, which was tied for the third most in the country. • Navy was 6-0 last year when winning the turnover battle. Rank 1. 2. 3. 5.

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NCAA Leaders In Turnovers Lost Turnovers School 9 Wisconsin 11 Iowa 13 Virginia Tech 13 TCU 14 Army 14 Alabama 14 Maryland 14 Northern Illinois 14 Western Kentucky 16 NAVY

NCAA Leaders In Fumble Recoveries Fumble Rec. Team 20 NC State 19 Idaho 16 NAVY 16 Army 16 Illinois 16 Oregon 16 South Carolina 16 Troy

Most Sacks In A Career At Navy Player (Seasons) Andy Person (1992-95) David Mahoney (2003-06) Tyler Tidwell (2004-06) John Chan (2004-06) JABAREE TUANI (2008-CURRENT)

Most Tackles For A Loss In A Career At Navy Sacks Player (Seasons) 44 Andy Person (1992-95) 42 David Mahoney (2003-06) 38 Eric Rutherford 1982-84) 37 Charlie Thornton (1977-79) 34 Paul Soares (1980-82) 30 JABAREE TUANI (2008-CURRENT)

Playing in the Big Time

• Since the start of the 2003 season, Navy has played 27 games in 12 different big league stadiums (11 NFL and one MLB), posting a 16-11 record (.593). • No college team in the country has played in as many different professional stadiums than Navy over the last eight years. • This year the Mids will play in just one NFL Stadium, playing host to Army on Dec. 10 at FedExField.

Elite Company

• Navy is one of just four schools to produce a President of the United States (Jimmy Carter) and a Super Bowl winning quarterback (Roger Staubach). • The other three are Michigan (Gerald Ford and Tom Brady), Stanford (Herbert Hoover and Jim Plunkett/John Elway) and Miami of Ohio (Benjamin Harrison and Ben Roethlisberger).

Bouncing Back

• Since 2003, Navy owns a 25-6 (.806) record in games following a loss. • The Mids have lost back-to-back games just six times during that seven-year span: 2005 Maryland and Stanford 2006 Rutgers and Notre Dame 2007 Rutgers and Ball St.; Wake Forest and Delaware 2008 Ball State and Duke 2008/09 Wake Forest (bowl game) and Ohio State • Navy has not lost three-straight games since the 2002 season when the Mids lost 10 in a row.

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DEPTH CHART Offense

Pos. No. WR 82 85 83 76 LT OR 78 66 LG 65 72 70 75 C 71 60 RG 68 79 63 RT 64 78 61 WR 86 88 87 SB 26 4 20 2 QB 3 7 SB 21 33 34 OR 17 FB 39 35 37

Name Doug Furman Matt Aiken John O’Boyle David Sumrall Andrew Barker Collin Watkins Josh Cabral Travis Bridges Graham Vickers Brady DeMell Eric Douglass Kahikolu Pescaia John Dowd Zach Dryden Matt Couch Ryan Basford Andrew Barker Evan Campbell Brandon Turner Casey Bolena Hal Bowron Aaron Santiago Bo Snelson Darius Staten Kriss Proctor Trey Miller Jarvis Cummings Gee Gee Greene John Howell Marcus Thomas Mike Stukel Alexander Teich Prentice Christian Delvin Diggs

Specialists

Pos. No. Name PK 45 Jon Teague 1 Brynmor Hughes P

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LS H

OR

PR OR KR

45 Jon Teague 1 Brynmor Hughes 99 Pablo Beltran

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

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

Wt. 201 190 191 267 257 255 270 300 270 310 280 264 260 282 267 270 257 258 200 200 195 167 180 190 200 191 210 180 180 165 195 217 209 202

Yr. Ht. Wt. Sr. 6-3 209 So. 5-10 169

Hickory, N.C. San Diego, Calif. Humble, Texas

Jr. Sr. Fr.

Hatfield, Pa. Big Bear, Calif. Humble, Texas

Sr. 5-11 188 Jr. 6-4 225

15 85 34 20

Sr. So. So. So.

Gary Myers Matt Aiken Marcus Thomas Darius Staten

5-8 6-1 6-2

6-1 6-0 5-7 5-6

180 200 200

194 190 165 190

Defense

Pos. No. LE 98 90 OR 99 NG 91 95 69 RE 59 49 94 OR 73 OLB 10 48 OR 41 ILB 51 OR 57 40 ILB 44 OR 38 52 OLB 42 53 58 LCB 11 14 23 ROV 9 8 5 FS 13 6 15 RCB 28 OR 25 18

Name Jabaree Tuani Jamel Dobbs Wes Henderson Jared Marks Alex Doolittle Barry Dabney Josh Dowling-Fitzpatrick Collin Sturdivant Ryan Paulson Joshua Jones Jarred Shannon Keegan Wetzel Andrew Glaize Matt Warrick Caleb King John Michael Nurthern Max Blue Matt Brewer Shawn Reed Mason Graham Cody Peterson Evan Palelei Kwesi Mitchell Albrey Felder Eric Graham Tra’ves Bush Wave Ryder Brian Blick Jordan Fraser Shawn Lynch Gary Myers David Sperry Jonathan Wev David Wright

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

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

Wt. 265 255 250 297 299 289 220 219 260 248 208 203 211 223 223 217 200 228 210 207 205 228 189 160 187 192 205 185 191 188 194 173 196 179

Hometown Madison, Tenn. Ellenwood, Ga. Wexford, Pa. Fayetteville, N.C. Houston, Texas Nashville, Tenn. Westerville, Ohio High Point, N.C. Broomfield, Colo. Greensboro, N.C. Gainesville, Fla. Palos Heights, Ill. Fairburn, Ga. Chesterfield, Mo. Port Orange, Fla. Phoenixville, Pa. Carrollton, Texas Wildwood, Mo. Kailua, Hawai’i Brentwood, Tenn. Olympia, Wash. Las Vegas, Nev. Hoover, Ala. Orange Park, Fla. Eight Mile, Ala. Johnston, S.C. Kaneohe, Hawai’i Greenville, N.C. Chandler, Ariz. Pelham, Ala. San Antonio, Texas Las Vegas, Nev. La Marque, Texas Jacksonville, Fla.

Hometown Hickory, N.C. San Diego, Calif.

Sr. 6-3 209 So. 5-10 169 Fr. 6-2 200

96 Brian Ackerman 92 Billy Coats 33 John Howell 2 Kriss Proctor 99 Pablo Beltran

Hometown Twinsburg, Ohio Roanoke, Va. Charlotte, N.C. Murfreesboro, Tenn. High Point, N.C. Hinsdale, Ill. Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. Hollywood, Fla. Diamond Bar, Calif. Mentor, Ohio Owasso, Okla. Kailua, Hawai’i Staten Island, N.Y. Longwood, Fla. Camp Hill, Pa. Jacksonville, Fla. High Point, N.C. Pasadena, Md. Renton, Wash. Phoenix, Ariz. Mountain Brook, Ala. Kapolei, Hawai’i Pasadena, Texas Carrollton, Texas Big Bear City, Calif. Marietta, Ga. Lancaster, Pa. Columbia, S.C. Hatfield, Pa. Baton Rouge, La. Fleming Island, Fla. Conroe, Texas Bowie, Md. Claxton, Ga.

Oldsmar, Fla. Minden, Nev.

San Antonio, Texas Roanoke, Va. Baton Rouge, La. Carrollton, Texas

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Players

Ryan Basford Thomas Batchelder Austin Beaty Casey Bolena Hal Bowron Tra’ves Bush Josh Cabral Brady DeMell Jerad Fehr Albrey Felder Brye French Jonathan Gazaille Adamy Geuss Gee Gee Green Brynmor Hughes Jake Juriga Kwesi Mitchell Andrew Nerup

BASS-ferd BATCH-el-der BAIT-ee bo-LEAN-uh BOW-run tra-VEZ cuh-BRAWL duh-MELL FAIR ALL-bree BRI ga-ZELLE GERSS as in the letter G BRYN-more jur-E-guh QUAY-see NAIR-up

Evan Palelei Kahikolu Pescaia Stephen Picchini Matt Shibata Darius Staten Andrew Stellato Mike Stukel Collin Sturdivant David Sumrall Alexander Teich Jabaree Tuani Michael Tuimavave David Zapata

Coaches

Ken Niumatalolo Dale Pehrson Mick Yokitis

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NUMERICAL ROSTER # 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 8 9 9 10 11 13 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 20 21 21 22 23 23 24 24 25 26 28 29 31 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 40 41 42 42 43 44 44 45 46 46 47 48 49 49 50 50 51 52 53 53

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Pos S K/P QB QB SB S S QB S WR S QB OLB CB S QB CB CB/S S SB CB QB SB OLB SB LB SB CB SB CB WR CB SB CB SB LB SB SB FB FB FB LB FB LB FB OLB OLB WR FB LB FB K LB SB OLB OLB DE K OLB OT LB LB OLB OG

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

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

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Wt 175 169 200 191 180 185 188 210 205 205 192 183 208 189 191 190 160 194 185 195 179 205 190 210 180 242 173 187 178 180 218 196 167 173 193 220 180 165 209 247 202 228 217 217 220 211 207 170 210 200 220 209 225 145 211 203 219 180 205 250 223 210 205 286

Hometown / High School San Diego, Calif. / Cathedral Catholic San Diego, Calif. / Saint Augustine Big Bear City, Calif. / Big Bear Marietta, Ga./ Whitefield Academy Pasadena, Texas / Pasadena Memorial Greenville, N.C. / J.H. Rose Pelham, Ala. / Pelham Lancaster, Pa. / Hempfield Kaneohe, Hawai’i / Kamehameha Irving, Texas / Ranchview Johnston, S.C. / Strom Thurmond Hawthorn Woods, Ill. / Carmel Catholic Gainesville, Fla. / P.K. Yonge Hoover, Ala. / Hoover Chandler, Ariz. / Basha Raleigh, N.C. / Ravenscroft Orange Park, Fla. / Orange Park San Antonio, Texas / William H. Taft Draper, Utah / Alta Fleming Island, Fla. / Bishop Kenny Jacksonville, Fla. / Englewood Ridgefield, N.J. / Ridgefield Memorial Carrollton, Texas/ Hebron The Woodlands, Texas / The Woodlands Columbia, S.C. / Richland Northeast Drexel Hill, Pa. / Cardinal O’Hara Cameron, N.Y. / Hornell Eight Mile, Ala./ Mattie T. Blount Laurel, Md. / Eleanor Roosevelt Atlanta, Ga. / Milton Largo, Fla. / St. Petersburg Catholic La Marque, Texas / La Marque Kapolei, Hawai’i / Kapolei Las Vegas, Nev. / Faith Lutheran Atlanta, Ga. / Frederick Douglass Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. / St. Thomas Aquinas Hatfield, Pa. / Lansdale Catholic Baton Rouge, La. / Catholic Bowie, Md. / DeMatha Catholic Springdale, Pa. / Springdale Claxton, Ga. / Claxton Wildwood, Mo. / Lafayette Conroe, Texas / Caney Creek Phoenixville, Pa. / Great Valley Upper Falls, Md. / John Carroll Fairburn, Ga. / Fairburn Brentwood, Tenn. / Brentwood Academy Cleveland, N.C. / West Rowan Friendswood, Texas / Friendswood Carrollton, Texas / Hebron Yorktown Heights, N.Y. / Somers Hickory, N.C. / Fred T. Foard St. Charles, Ill. / St. Charles North Monroeville, Pa. / Gateway Carpinteria, Calif. / Carpinteria Palos Heights, Ill. / St. Laurence High Point, N.C. / Carver Moorpark, Calif. / Moorpark Deatsville, Ala. / Stanhope Elmore Las Vegas, Nev. / Bishop Gorman Chesterfield, Mo. / Marquette Kailua, Hawai’i / Kalaheo Olympia, Wash. / AG West Black Hills Melbourne, Fla. / Melbourne Central Catholic


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Name Garrett Sherwood Hal Hunter Matthew Van Halanger Neil Doogan Eric Mahler Caleb King Adam Geuss Evan Palelei Dallas Butts Josh Dowling-Fitzpatrick Kahikolu Pescaia Evan Campbell Alex Boddiford Matt Couch Ryan Basford Josh Cabral Collin Watkins Andrew Stellato John Dowd Barry Dabney Nolan O’Sullivan Graham Vickers Eric Douglass Travis Bridges Joshua Jones Joe Ryan Thomas Batchelder Brady DeMell David Sumrall Beau Haworth Andrew Barker Zach Dryden Bruce Andrews Colten Southworth Doug Furman John O’Boyle Matt Shibata Matt Aiken Brandon Turner Hal Bowron Michael Tuimavave Casey Bolena Jonathan Gazaille Jamel Dobbs Jared Marks Billy Coats Torri Preston Ryan Paulson Alex Doolittle Brian Ackerman Drew Kinsella Jabaree Tuani (cc) Wes Henderson

(cc) - 2011 Navy Football Co-Captain

Pos LB OLB OT DE OG LB C OLB OT DE C OT OG OG OT OG OT OT OG NG C OG OG/C OG DE OT DE C OT OG OT OG WR OLB WR WR WR WR WR WR LB WR WR DE NG LS NG DE NG LS DE DE DE

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

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

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Wt 216 215 255 254 294 223 280 228 237 220 264 258 275 267 270 270 255 241 260 289 255 270 280 300 248 251 237 310 267 290 257 282 189 209 201 191 188 190 200 195 230 200 205 255 297 225 253 260 299 188 286 265 250

NUMERICAL ROSTER Hometown / High School Las Vegas, Nev. / Faith Lutheran San Diego, Calif. / Cathedral Catholic Athens, Ga. / Prince Avenue Christian Collingdale, Pa. / St. Joseph’s Prep Matawan, N.J. / Old Bridge Port Orange, Fla. / Warner Christian Charlotte, N.C. / Charlotte Catholic Las Vegas, Nev. / Bishop Gorman Dallas, Texas / Salado Westerville, Ohio / St. Francis DeSales Kailua, Hawai’i / Kamehameha Pasadena, Md. / Chesapeake Forest Hill, Md. / Loyola Blakefield Camp Hill, Pa. / East Pennsboro Jacksonville, Fla. / Bishop Kenny Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. / Tesoro Hinsdale, Ill. / Hinsdale Central Jacksonville Beach, Fla. / Duncan U. Fletcher Staten Island, N.Y. / St. Peter’s Boy School Nashville, Tenn. / Brentwood Academy Valencia, Calif. / Valencia Diamond Bar, Calif. / Diamond Ranch Owasso, Okla. / Owasso Hollywood, Fla. / Chaminade-Madonna College Prep Greensboro, N.C. / James B. Dudley Tucson, Ariz. / University Virginia Beach, Va. / Colonial Mentor, Ohio / Mentor Murfreesboro, Tenn. / Riverdale Annapolis, Md. / Archbishop Spalding High Point, N.C./South West Guilford Longwood, Fla. / Lake Brantley Kailua, Hawai’i / Kalaheo Redwater, Texas / Redwater Twinsburg, Ohio / Twinsburg Charlotte, N.C. / Charlotte Catholic Honolulu, Hawai’i / Mid-Pacific Institute Roanoke, Va. / Hidden Valley Renton, Wash. / Kentridge Mountain Brook, Ala. / Mountain Brook Daly City, Calif. / Archbishop Riordan Phoenix, Ariz. / Desert Vista Grand Prairie, Texas / James Bowie Ellenwood, Ga. / Cedar Grove Fayetteville, N.C. / Pine Forest Minden, Nev. / Stevenson (Calif.) Conyers, Ga. / Rockdale County Broomfield, Colo. / Legacy Houston, Texas / Langham Creek Oldsmar, Fla. / Clearwater Central Catholic Kingwood, Texas / Kingwood Madison, Tenn. / Brentwood Academy Wexford, Pa. / North Allegheny


ALPHABETICAL ROSTER # 96 85 80 78 64 74 43 5 44 62 88 87 38 72 9 58 65 61 35 92 63 7 69 75 37 90 56 95 71 68 59 79 16 14 13 50 82 89 57 41 23 42 24 21 77 99 24 42 33 21 1 55 73 46 23 57 97 44 6 8 56 13 91 31

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Name Brian Ackerman Matt Aiken Bruce Andrews Andrew Barker Ryan Basford Thomas Batchelder Austin Beaty Brian Blick Max Blue Alex Boddiford Casey Bolena Hal Bowron Matt Brewer Travis Bridges Tra’ves Bush Dallas Butts Josh Cabral Evan Campbell Prentice Christian Billy Coats Matt Couch Jarvis Cummings Barry Dabney Brady DeMell Delvin Diggs Jamel Dobbs Neil Doogan Alex Doolittle Eric Douglass John Dowd Josh Dowling-Fitzpatrick Zach Dryden Jerad Fehr Albrey Felder Jordan Fraser Brye French Doug Furman Jonathan Gazaille Adam Geuss Andrew Glaize Eric Graham Mason Graham Ryan Green Gee Gee Greene Beau Haworth Wes Henderson Darin Hess Brantley Horton John Howell Michael Huf Brynmor Hughes Hal Hunter Joshua Jones Jake Juriga Mitch Kempisty Caleb King Drew Kinsella Rob Lombardo Shawn Lynch Tyler Lynch Eric Mahler Hayden Maples Jared Marks Vinnie Mauro

Pos LS WR WR OT OT DE FB S LB OG WR WR LB OG S OT OG OT FB LS OG QB NG C FB DE DE NG OG/C OG DE OG S CB S OLB WR WR C OLB CB OLB CB SB OG DE WR WR SB LB K/P OLB DE LB SB LB DE FB S WR OG QB NG LB

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

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

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Wt 188 190 189 257 270 237 210 185 200 275 200 195 228 300 192 237 270 258 209 225 267 210 289 310 202 255 254 299 280 260 220 282 185 160 191 205 201 205 280 211 187 207 180 180 290 250 218 170 180 242 169 215 248 225 178 223 286 220 188 205 294 190 297 220

Hometown / High School Oldsmar, Fla. / Clearwater Central Catholic Roanoke, Va. / Hidden Valley Kailua, Hawai’i / Kalaheo High Point, N.C./South West Guilford Jacksonville, Fla. / Bishop Kenny Virginia Beach, Va. / Colonial Friendswood, Texas / Friendswood Greenville, N.C. / J.H. Rose Carrollton, Texas / Hebron Forest Hill, Md. / Loyola Blakefield Phoenix, Ariz. / Desert Vista Mountain Brook, Ala. / Mountain Brook Wildwood, Mo. / Lafayette Hollywood, Fla. / Chaminade-Madonna College Prep Johnston, S.C. / Strom Thurmond Dallas, Texas / Salado Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. / Tesoro Pasadena, Md. / Chesapeake Bowie, Md. / DeMatha Catholic Minden, Nev. / Stevenson (Calif.) Camp Hill, Pa. / East Pennsboro Lancaster, Pa. / Hempfield Nashville, Tenn. / Brentwood Academy Mentor, Ohio / Mentor Claxton, Ga. / Claxton Ellenwood, Ga. / Cedar Grove Collingdale, Pa. / St. Joseph’s Prep Houston, Texas / Langham Creek Owasso, Okla. / Owasso Staten Island, N.Y. / St. Peter’s Boy School Westerville, Ohio / St. Francis DeSales Longwood, Fla. / Lake Brantley Draper, Utah / Alta Orange Park, Fla. / Orange Park Chandler, Ariz. / Basha Deatsville, Ala. / Stanhope Elmore Twinsburg, Ohio / Twinsburg Grand Prairie, Texas / James Bowie Charlotte, N.C. / Charlotte Catholic Fairburn, Ga. / Fairburn Eight Mile, Ala./ Mattie T. Blount Brentwood, Tenn. / Brentwood Academy Atlanta, Ga. / Milton Columbia, S.C. / Richland Northeast Annapolis, Md. / Archbishop Spalding Wexford, Pa. / North Allegheny Largo, Fla. / St. Petersburg Catholic Cleveland, N.C. / West Rowan Hatfield, Pa. / Lansdale Catholic Drexel Hill, Pa. / Cardinal O’Hara San Diego, Calif. / Saint Augustine San Diego, Calif. / Cathedral Catholic Greensboro, N.C. / James B. Dudley St. Charles, Ill. / St. Charles North Laurel, Md. / Eleanor Roosevelt Port Orange, Fla. / Warner Christian Kingwood, Texas / Kingwood Yorktown Heights, N.Y. / Somers Pelham, Ala. / Pelham Irving, Texas / Ranchview Matawan, N.J. / Old Bridge Raleigh, N.C. / Ravenscroft Fayetteville, N.C. / Pine Forest Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. / St. Thomas Aquinas


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(cc) - 2011 Navy Football Co-Captain

Pos FB QB CB CB/S QB LB WR C OLB SB DE C OLB K S NG QB LB OLB OT S SB QB OLB LB WR SB OLB CB SB OLB OT OG SB DE OT K FB SB DE LB WR OT OG FB LB OT OLB CB SB OT CB SB

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

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

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ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

Wt 247 191 189 194 183 217 191 255 228 193 260 264 205 180 175 253 200 210 210 251 205 167 205 208 216 188 180 209 173 190 211 241 286 195 219 267 209 217 165 265 230 200 255 270 220 223 255 203 196 145 250 179 173

Hometown / High School Springdale, Pa. / Springdale Marietta, Ga./ Whitefield Academy Hoover, Ala. / Hoover San Antonio, Texas / William H. Taft Hawthorn Woods, Ill. / Carmel Catholic Phoenixville, Pa. / Great Valley Charlotte, N.C. / Charlotte Catholic Valencia, Calif. / Valencia Las Vegas, Nev. / Bishop Gorman Atlanta, Ga. / Frederick Douglass Broomfield, Colo. / Legacy Kailua, Hawai’i / Kamehameha Olympia, Wash. / AG West Black Hills Moorpark, Calif. / Moorpark San Diego, Calif. / Cathedral Catholic Conyers, Ga. / Rockdale County Big Bear City, Calif. / Big Bear Kailua, Hawai’i / Kalaheo The Woodlands, Texas / The Woodlands Tucson, Ariz. / University Kaneohe, Hawai’i / Kamehameha Kapolei, Hawai’i / Kapolei Ridgefield, N.J. / Ridgefield Memorial Gainesville, Fla. / P.K. Yonge Las Vegas, Nev. / Faith Lutheran Honolulu, Hawai’i / Mid-Pacific Institute Pasadena, Texas / Pasadena Memorial Redwater, Texas / Redwater Las Vegas, Nev. / Faith Lutheran Carrollton, Texas/ Hebron Carpinteria, Calif. / Carpinteria Jacksonville Beach, Fla. / Duncan U. Fletcher Melbourne, Fla. / Melbourne Central Catholic Fleming Island, Fla. / Bishop Kenny High Point, N.C. / Carver Murfreesboro, Tenn. / Riverdale Hickory, N.C. / Fred T. Foard Conroe, Texas / Caney Creek Baton Rouge, La. / Catholic Madison, Tenn. / Brentwood Academy Daly City, Calif. / Archbishop Riordan Renton, Wash. / Kentridge Athens, Ga. / Prince Avenue Christian Diamond Bar, Calif. / Diamond Ranch Upper Falls, Md. / John Carroll Chesterfield, Mo. / Marquette Hinsdale, Ill. / Hinsdale Central Palos Heights, Ill. / St. Laurence La Marque, Texas / La Marque Monroeville, Pa. / Gateway Las Vegas, Nev. / Bishop Gorman Jacksonville, Fla. / Englewood Cameron, N.Y. / Hornell


AMERICA’S TEAM Alabama (5) Hal Bowron Brye French Eric Graham Shawn Lynch Kwesi Mitchell

Georgia (8) Mountain Brook Deatsville Eight Mile Pelham Hoover

Arizona (3) Casey Bolena Jordan Fraser Joe Ryan

Phoenix Chandler Tucson

California (10) Josh Cabral Brynmor Hughes Hal Hunter Nolan O’Sullivan Stephen Picchini Dylon Porlas Kriss Proctor Eric Stein Michael Tuimavave Graham Vickers

Rancho Santa Margarita San Diego San Diego Valencia Moorpark San Diego Big Bear City Carpinteria Daly City Diamond Bar

Illinois (4)

Delvin Diggs Jamel Dobbs Andrew Glaize Ryan Green Trey Miller Mike Patrick Torri Preston Matthew Van Halanger

Claxton Ellenwood Fairburn Atlanta Marietta Atlanta Conyers Athens

St. Charles Hawthorn Woods Hinsdale Palos Heights

Louisiana (1) Marcus Thomas

Baton Rouge

Maryland (6) Hawai’i (6) Bruce Andrews Kahikolu Pescaia Shawn Reed Wave Ryder Aaron Santiago Matt Shibata

Kailua Kailua Kailua Kaneohe Kapolei Honolulu

Colorado (1) Ryan Paulson

Jake Juriga Andrew Nerup Collin Watkins Keegan Wetzel

Alex Boddiford Evan Campbell Prentice Christian Beau Haworth Mitch Kempisty Sam von Paris

Forest Hill Pasadena Bowie Annapolis Laurel Upper Falls

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Florida (13) Brian Ackerman Ryan Basford Travis Bridges Zach Dryden Albrey Felder Darin Hess Caleb King Vinnie Mauro Jarred Shannon Andrew Stellato Thomas Stone Mike Stukel David Wright

Oldsmar Jacksonville Hollywood Longwood Orange Park Largo Port Orange Ft. Lauderdale Gainesville Jacksonville Beach Melbourne Fleming Island Jacksonville

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AMERICA’S TEAM Missouri (2)

North Carolina (10)

Matt Brewer Matt Warrick

Wildwood Chesterfield

Nevada (5) Billy Coats Evan Palelei Garrett Sherwood David Sperry Sam Womack

Oklahoma (1)

Andrew Barker Brian Blick Adam Geuss Brantley Horton Joshua Jones Hayden Maples Jared Marks John O’Boyle Collin Sturdivant Jon Teague

Minden Las Vegas Las Vegas Las Vegas Las Vegas

High Point Greenville Charlotte Cleveland Greensboro Raleigh Fayetteville Charlotte High Point Hickory

New Jersey (2) Eric Mahler DJ Sargenti

Matawan Ridgefield

Ohio (3) Brady DeMell Josh Dowling-Fitzpatrick Doug Furman

New York (3) John Dowd Rob Lombardo David Zapata

Mentor Westerville Twinsburg

Staten Island Yorktown Heights Cameron

Eric Douglass

Owasso

Pennsylvania (9) Matt Couch Jarvis Cummings Neil Doogan Wes Henderson John Howell Michael Huf John McCauley John Michael Nurthen Brian Williams

Camp Hill Lancaster Collingdale Wexford Hatfield Drexel Hill Springdale Phoenixville Monroeville

South Carolina (2) Tra’ves Bush Gee Gee Greene

Johnston Columbia

Tennessee (4) Barry Dabney Mason Graham David Sumrall Jabaree Tuani

Nashville Brentwood Murfreesboro Madison

Texas (14)

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Austin Beaty Max Blue Dallas Butts Alex Doolittle Jonathan Gazaille Drew Kinsella Tyler Lynch Gary Myers Colin Renton Bo Snelson Colten Southworth Darius Staten Alexander Teich Jonathan Wev

Friendswood Carrollton Dallas Houston Grand Prairie Kingwood Irving San Antonio The Woodlands Pasadena Redwater Carrollton Conroe La Marque

Utah (1) Jared Fehr

Draper

Virginia (2)

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Roanoke Virginia Beach

Washington (2)

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Cody Peterson Brandon Turner

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KEN NIUMATALOLO

COACHING STAFF

HEAD COACH

In just three seasons at the helm of the Navy football program, head coach Ken Niumatalolo is accomplishing things that have never been done in the 129-year history of the program.

Niumatalolo’s 27 wins are the most wins in school history by a coach in his first three years, while Navy’s 10 wins in 2009 are tied for the most wins in school history. He is the first coach in school history to lead Navy to a bowl game in each of his first three seasons and is the first Service Academy coach to win the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy in his first two years as a head coach. Niumatalolo is just the second coach since World War II to lead Navy to a winning record in each of his first three seasons at the helm and joins Eddie Erdelatz and Wayne Hardin as the only Navy coaches to beat Notre Dame in consecutive seasons. Niumatalolo’s squads have also gotten it done in the classroom as the APR (Academic Progress Rate) for the teams he has coached at Navy is 981, which is the third best rating in the country.

NIUMATALOLO’S RESUMÉ 14TH SEASON at NAVY

FOURTH SEASON as HEAD COACH (27-14, .659) _____________________

The Mids posted an impressive 9-4 record in 2010, defeated Army for a series record ninth-consecutive time, defeated Notre Dame in consecutive seasons for only the third time in school history and appeared in a school-record eighthconsecutive bowl game.

The 2009 season was one to remember for the Midshipmen, as Navy tied a school record for wins with 10, won a schoolrecord seventh-consecutive Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy, appeared in a seventh-consecutive bowl game, beat Notre Dame in South Bend for the second-straight time and ran their winning streak against the other two Service Academies to an

COACHING BACKGROUND Graduate Assistant Hawai’i, 1990-92 Assistant Coach Hawai’i, 1992-94 Assistant Coach Navy, 1995-96

Offensive Coordinator Navy, 1997-98 Assistant Coach UNLV, 1999-2001

Assistant Head Coach Navy, 2002-08 Head Coach Navy, 2008-Present

_____________________ PERSONAL

Date of Birth May 8, 1965

Education Hawai’i, B.S., 1989 Wife Barbara

Children Alexcia, Va’a, Ali’i

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amazing 15-straight games. The Mids capped the season off with a 35-13 rout of Missouri in the Texas Bowl.

In 2008, Niumatalolo became the first coach to lead Navy to a bowl game in his inaugural season and, thanks to a 33-27 victory over Air Force and a 34-0 win over Army, he became just the second Service Academy coach to win the Commander-In-Chief's Trophy in his first year. Niumatalolo led the Midshipmen to an 8-5 record, the most wins for a firstyear coach at Navy since 1934. Included in those eight wins was a 24-17 victory over 16th-ranked Wake Forest, which was Navy’s first win over a team ranked in the Associated Press Top 25 since 1985. Navy also beat teams currently in the BCS in back-to-back weeks (Rutgers and Wake Forest) for the first time since 1981 and defeated a program-record four bowl teams. Niumatalolo, 46, was promoted to head football coach at the Naval Academy on Dec. 8, 2007, by Naval Academy Director of Athletics Chet Gladchuk.

He is the second Polynesian head coach in Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) history and the first Samoan collegiate head coach on any level.

Prior to being named head coach, Niumatalolo had two coaching stints at the Naval Academy for a combined 10 seasons, including the last six where he served as assistant head coach and offensive line coach.

Niumatalolo and the majority of his coaching staff have been part of a staff that has brought the Midshipmen back into the


COACHING STAFF

In-Chief's Trophy and earned a berth in the Houston Bowl.

In 2002, the Navy offensive line helped the Mids to the third-best rushing average in the country (270.75).

Niumatalolo was also an assistant at Navy from 1995-98, serving as the offensive coordinator in 1997 and 1998.

As the offensive coordinator, Niumatalolo tutored Chris McCoy, who set the then-NCAA record for most rushing touchdowns by a quarterback in a season with 20 in 1997 and became just the 10th player in NCAA history to rush for more than 1,000 yards and pass for more than 1,000 yards in the same season. In addition, Navy finished among the nation's top five in rushing his last-two years and broke 38 school offensive records during his tenure.

Niumatalolo coached at UNLV for three seasons (1999-01) and called the plays his final year (2001) in Vegas. He also worked with the kickoff return unit and, under his guidance, UNLV ranked sixth in the nation in kickoff returns in 2001 and finished second in 1999.

A 1989 graduate of Hawai'i, Niumatalolo lettered three years as a quarterback and was a part of Hawaii’s first bowl team in 1989. He was hired as a fulltime assistant by his alma mater in 1992 and spent three seasons coaching on the offensive side of the ball.

A native of Laie', Hawai'i, Niumatalolo and his wife, Barbara, have three children, Alexcia, who attends BYU-Hawai’i in Niumatalolo’s hometown, Va'a, who will be a preferred walkon in the fall at BYU as a linebacker, and Ali'i .

NIUMATALOLO COACHING RECORD School Navy Navy Navy Navy Career

Year 2007* 2008 2009 2010

W 0 8 10 9 27

*Took over for Paul Johnson after the Army-Navy game

national spotlight over the last eight seasons. During that time, Navy has made a schoolrecord eight-consecutive bowl game appearances, won seven-consecutive Commander-In-Chief’s Trophies, earned 15-consecutive wins over the other two Service Academies and claimed an NCAA-record four-consecutive NCAA rushing titles. In 2007, with Niumatalolo as the Assistant Head Coach, he saw the Mids post an 8-5 record, win the Commander-In-Chief's Trophy, appear in a fifth-straight bowl game (Poinsettia Bowl, which was Niumatalolo's first game as a head coach), set a school record for rushing (348.8 yards per contest) and defeat Notre Dame for the first time since 1963.

In 2006, Navy averaged a then school-record 327.0 yards per contest, won the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy and participated in the Meineke Car Care Bowl. One of Niumatalolo's pupils, Antron Harper, was named to the ESPN.Com All-Bowl Team for the second-straight year.

In 2005, Niumatalolo helped develop an offensive line that, despite having just one returning starter, paved the way for the nation's best rushing offense (318.7 yards per contest), went to a bowl game for a third-straight year, won a second-straight bowl game and won the Commander-In-Chief's Trophy. In 2004, Niumatalolo's efforts helped an offensive line that was hampered by injuries all year to perform well enough for the Midshipmen to finish third in the country in rushing (289.5), win a school-record tying 10 games (the most wins since 1905), go to back-toback bowl games for the second time in school history, win the Emerald Bowl and win the Commander-In-Chief's Trophy.

Despite a lack of experience up front, the Mids led the nation in rushing (323.2 yards per contest) in 2003 and set seven school records as Navy went 8-5, won the Commander-

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Postseason Poinsettia EagleBank Texas Poinsettia


BUDDY GREEN

COACHING STAFF

DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR / SECONDARY Buddy Green is entering his 10th season as the defensive coordinator at the Naval Academy. He has been an integral part of a staff that has brought the Midshipmen back into the national spotlight with a 70-33 (.680) record over the last eight years. He was nominated for the Frank Broyles Award, which is awarded to the national assistant coach of the year, in 2008 and 2009.

The Mids posted an impressive 9-4 record in 2010, defeated Army for a series-record ninth-consecutive time, defeated Notre Dame in consecutive seasons for only the third time in school history and appeared in a school-record eighth-consecutive bowl game. The Mids gave up just 23.3 points per game, which was the 46th-best scoring defense in the country. Safety Wyatt Middleton recovered five fumbles, which tied for most in the country. He returned one of those fumbles 98 yards for a touchdown against Army. It was the longest fumble return in school and Army-Navy history.

GREEN’S RESUMÉ

10TH SEASON at NAVY _____________________

COACHING BACKGROUND Graduate Assistant North Carolina State, 1979 Assistant Coach L S U, 1980

Defensive Coordinator Southern, 1981-82 Assistant Coach V M I, 1983 Assistant Coach Auburn, 1984-85

Assistant Coach North Carolina State, 1986-89 Defensive Coordinator North Carolina State, 1990-93

Head Coach Tennessee-Chattanooga, 1994-99 Defensive Coordinator North Carolina State, 2000-01 Defensive Coordinator Navy, 2002-Present _____________________ PERSONAL

Date of Birth January 23, 1953

Education North Carolina State, B.A., 1976 Wife Sharon

Children Todd and Courtney

The 2009 season was one to remember, as the Mids tied a school record for wins with 10, won a school-record seventhconsecutive Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy, appeared in a seventh-consecutive bowl game and ran its winning streak against the other two Service Academies to an amazing 15straight games. The Mids capped the season off with a 35-13 rout of Missouri in the Texas Bowl thanks in part to Green’s 2-45 defensive alignment that flummoxed the Missouri offense. The defense finished 18th in the country in scoring defense (19.4 points per game) and sixth in red zone defense. Safety Wyatt Middleton was named First-Team All-East.

The Mids posted an 8-5 record in 2008 and participated in the EagleBank Bowl. The Mids won the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy thanks to a 33-27 victory over Air Force and a 34-0 win over Army. Other landmark wins during the 2008 season included a 24-17 victory over 16th-ranked Wake Forest, which was Navy’s first win over a team ranked in the Associated Press Top 25 since 1985, as well as Navy’s victory the previous week over Rutgers. It was the first time since 1981 that Navy beat teams currently in the BCS in back-to-back weeks. Navy also defeated a program-record four bowl teams. The Mids sported the most improved scoring defense in the country, giving up just 22.0 points per game which was a 14.4 point per game improvement from 2007.

The 2007 season was also a memorable one as the Midshipmen posted an 8-5 record, won the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy, appeared in a fifth-straight bowl game, and defeated Notre Dame for the first time since 1963. Safety Ketric Buffin became the first player in school history to intercept a pass in each of the first four games of the season.

Green's defense was stout in 2006, giving up just 116.7 yards per game (38th in the country) on the ground and, more importantly, 20.1 points per game (41st in the country).

In 2005, Green did a remarkable job with a defense that returned just three starters from the year before as the Mids ranked 62nd in total defense (377.3) and scoring defense (26.1) as the Mids appeared in a third-straight bowl game, won a second-straight bowl game and won a third-straight Commander-InChief's Trophy.

In 2004, Green's efforts helped Navy finish 26th in the country in scoring defense (19.83), win a schoolrecord tying 10 games (the most wins since 1905), go to back-to-back bowl games, win the Emerald Bowl and win the Commander-In-Chief's Trophy. Green was a nominee for the Frank Broyles Award, which is given to the national assistant coach of the year. In 2003, Green's defense finished 14th in the nation in pass defense (61st the year before), 42nd in pass

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efficiency defense (116th the year before), 34th in total defense (100th the year before) and 34th in scoring defense (108th the year before) as he helped lead Navy to eight wins, the Commander-In-Chief's Trophy and a berth in the Houston Bowl.

In Green's first season as Navy's defensive coordinator, the Mids were devastated by injuries at nearly every position. Green, however, kept the unit together and the Mids played their best at the end of the year and held Army to just 12 points in the season finale.

Green is a 1976 graduate of N.C. State where he earned his B.A. in speech communication. A two-sport athlete for the Wolfpack, he played football and baseball. He played on two ACC Championship teams in baseball and was a member of Lou Holtz's 1972 Peach Bowl squad.

Green earned his first collegiate coaching job in 1979 as a graduate assistant at N.C. State, a year the Wolfpack won the ACC Championship.

The following year, Green moved on to a coaching post at LSU for one season. In 1981, he earned his first coordinator job, serving as the defensive coordinator and secondary coach at Southern University from 1981-82. He took his first head coaching job at Northern Nash High School in North Carolina for one season where he was also the Director of Athletics. Green got back into the college ranks at VMI as the secondary coach in 1983 and moved on to Auburn where he helped lead the Tigers to the 1985 Cotton Bowl. He returned to his alma mater in 1986 where he was the secondary coach for eight years and the defensive coordinator for four of those seasons (1990-93). While at N.C. State, he helped lead the Pack to six bowl games.

Green left N.C. State in 1994 to become the head coach at Tennessee-Chattanooga, where he coached for six seasons and was also the Director of Athletics for two years. In 1997, Green led his Chattanooga squad to a I-AA national ranking and its first winning record in six years. He also helped develop one of the top wide receivers in the NFL, Terrell Owens.

Green returned to Raleigh in 2000 and took over one of the worst defenses in the ACC. By the time he left, they were ranked in the Top 25 in scoring defense and were at or near the top in every defensive category.

Green and his wife, Sharon, have two children, Todd, who is the assistant video coordinator at the Naval Academy, and Courtney, who is a school teacher in Charleston, S.C.


IVIN JASPER

COACHING STAFF

OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR / QUARTERBACKS

Ivin Jasper is entering his 12th year at the Naval Academy, his 10th as the quarterbacks coach and his fourth as the offensive coordinator. Jasper has been instrumental to Navy’s success with his development of quarterbacks Craig Candeto, Aaron Polanco, Lamar Owens, Brian Hampton, Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada, Jarod Bryant, Ricky Dobbs and Kriss Proctor.

Jasper has been part of a coaching staff that has brought the Midshipmen back into the national spotlight with a 70-33 (.680) record over the last eight years. Additionally, his work has catapulted Navy to No. 1 in the nation in rushing in five of the last eight seasons, including an NCAA-record four-straight years from 2005-08.

The Mids posted an impressive 9-4 record in 2010, defeated Army for a series-record ninth-consecutive time, defeated Notre Dame in consecutive seasons for only the third time in school history and appeared in a school-record eighth-consecutive bowl game. The Mids finished sixth in the country in rushing offense (284.8) and ninth in the country in passing efficiency (156.7). Quarterback Ricky Dobbs finished his career fourth in NCAA history for career rushing touchdowns by a quarterback (49), first in school history for rushing touchdowns and total touchdowns (49), tied for fifth in school history in career passing touchdowns (20), fifth in school history for career rushing yards (2,665), eighth in school history for career passing yards (2,770), first in school history for career points (296), first in school history in career points responsible for (410), second in school history in career passing yards per attempt (10.2) and tied for fourth in school history for career 100-yard rushing games (13).

The 2009 season was one to remember, as the Mids tied a school record for wins with 10, won a school-record seventhconsecutive Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy, appeared in a school-record seventh-consecutive bowl game and ran its winning streak against the other two Service Academies to an amazing 15- straight games. The Mids capped the season off with a 35-13 rout of Missouri in the Texas Bowl. The offense finished fourth in the country in rushing, averaging 280.5 yards per game. Quarterback Ricky Dobbs set an NCAA record for rushing touchdowns by a quarterback with 27 despite missing two games and playing half the year with a cracked kneecap.

The Mids posted an 8-5 record in 2008 and participated in the EagleBank Bowl. The Mids won the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy thanks to a 33-27 victory over Air Force and a 34-0 win over Army. Other landmark wins during the 2008 season included a 24-17 victory over 16th-ranked Wake Forest, which was Navy’s first win over a team ranked in the Associated Press Top 25 since 1985, as well as Navy’s victory the previous week over Rutgers. It was the first time since 1981 that Navy beat teams currently in the BCS in back-to-back weeks. Navy also defeated a program-record four bowl teams. Jasper’s ability to get three different quarterbacks ready to play each week (Jarod Bryant, Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada and Ricky Dobbs) was a big part of Navy’s success in 2008 as the offense didn’t miss a beat.

In 2005, Owens helped lead Navy to the national rushing title (318.7 yards per game) as the Mids went 8-4, won the Commander-In-Chief's Trophy and won a bowl game in consecutive years (beat Colorado State, 51-30) for the first time in school history. Owens was named All-East as he rushed for 880 yards and threw for 1,229 yards, breaking four school records for total offense and passing yards per attempt and completion.

In 2004, Jasper's efforts helped Polanco perform well enough for the Midshipmen to finish third in the country in rushing (289.5), win a school-record tying 10 games (the most wins since 1905), win the Emerald Bowl and claim the Commander-In-Chief's Trophy.

In 2003, despite a lack of experience up front, the Mids led the nation in rushing and set school records for rushing yards per game, total rushing yards, rushing yards per attempt, rushing touchdowns, total offense, total offense per game and yards per play as Navy went 8-5, won the Commander-In-Chief's Trophy and earned a berth in the Houston Bowl.

In 2002, Navy had the third-best rushing average in the country (270.75) and scored 30 or more points on four occasions.

Jasper came to Navy from Georgia Southern where he served as the quarterbacks and fullbacks coach for three years and helped lead the Eagles to a 38-6 record and back-to-back NCAA Division I-AA National Championships in 1999 and 2000.

In addition to directing the efforts of four-time All-America fullback Adrian Peterson, Jasper also nurtured the growth and confidence of quarterback J.R. Revere, who became the school's first signalcaller to lead Georgia Southern to a national title in his initial year as a starter.

Prior to his appointment at Georgia Southern in January 1999, Jasper served as offensive coordinator at Indiana State during the 1998 season. As quarterbacks and fullbacks coach, he helped ISU turn in a 5-6 overall record, an improvement from a three-win season in 1997. Before assuming the offensive coordinator's position at the Naval Academy Prep School in Newport, R.I., in 1997, Jasper spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Navy in 1995 and `96, handling the quarterbacks, fullbacks and slot backs.

Jasper is a 1994 graduate of the University of Hawai'i where he earned his bachelor's degree in sociology/criminology. He was a three-year letterman for the Rainbow Warriors (1991-93) at quarterback and slot back, where he helped lead Hawai'i to a Western Athletic Conference title. A native of Los Angeles, Jasper and his wife, Donna, are the parents of a daughter, Dallas, and sons, Jaylen and Jarren.

JASPER’S RESUMÉ

12TH SEASON at NAVY _____________________

COACHING BACKGROUND Graduate Assistant Hawai’i, 1995 (Spring) Assistant Coach Navy, 1995-96

Offensive Coordinator Naval Academy Prep School, 1997 Offensive Coordinator Indiana State, 1998

Assistant Coach Georgia Southern, 1999-2001

NFL Minority Summer Intern Detroit Lions, 2000 Assistant Coach Navy, 2002-07

Offensive Coordinator Navy, 2007-Present _____________________

The 2007 season was a memorable one as well as the Midshipmen posted an 8-5 record, won the Commander-InChief’s Trophy, appeared in a school-record fifth-straight bowl game, became the first team in NCAA history to lead the nation in rushing three-consecutive years (rushing for a school-record 348.8 yards per contest) and defeated Notre Dame for the first time since 1963.

PERSONAL

Date of Birth May 14, 1970

Education Hawai’i, B.S., 1994

In 2006, Navy became just the fifth school in NCAA history to go to four or more consecutive bowl games with a different quarterback each year and the coaching and teaching by Jasper is a big part of that success. Navy's quarterbacks in 2006, Brian Hampton and Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada, directed an offense that led the nation in rushing, averaging a school-record 327.0 yards per contest.

Wife Donna

Children Dallas, Jaylen and Jarren

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CHRIS CULTON

COACHING STAFF

ASSISTANT COACH / OFFENSIVE LINE Chris Culton enters his ninth year at the Naval Academy and his fourth coaching the offensive tackles. Culton coached the fullbacks his first five years at Navy.

Culton has been an integral part of a staff that has brought the Midshipmen back into the national spotlight with a 70-33 (.680) record over the last eight years. Additionally, his work has catapulted Navy to No. 1 in the nation in rushing in five of the last eight seasons, including a four-year run from 2005-08 that was an NCAA record for consecutive rushing titles.

The Mids posted an impressive 9-4 record in 2010, defeated Army for a series-record ninth-consecutive time, defeated Notre Dame in consecutive seasons for only the third time in school history and appeared in a school-record eighth-consecutive bowl game. The Mids finished sixth in the country in rushing offense (284.8) and ninth in the country in passing efficiency (156.7).

CULTON’S RESUMÉ

NINTH SEASON at NAVY _____________________ COACHING BACKGROUND Student Assistant Georgia Southern, 1997-2000 Assistant Coach Rhode Island, 2002

Assistant Coach Navy, 2003-Present _____________________ PERSONAL

Date of Birth March 29, 1977

The 2009 season was one to remember for the Midshipmen, as Navy tied a school record for wins with 10, won a school-record seventh-consecutive Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy, appeared in a school-record seventh-consecutive bowl game, beat Notre Dame in South Bend for the second-straight time and ran its winning streak against the other two Service Academies to an amazing 15 straight games. The Mids capped the season off with a 35-13 rout of Missouri in the Texas Bowl. The development of tackles Jeff Battipaglia and Matt Molloy were a big part of the success, while Navy’s third tackle, sophomore John Dowd, was named Second-Team Academic All-American. In 2008, Navy posted an 8-5 record, including a 24-17 victory over 16th-ranked Wake Forest, which was Navy’s first win over a team ranked in the Associated Press Top 25 since 1985. Navy also beat teams currently in the BCS in back-to-back weeks (Rutgers and Wake Forest) for the first time since 1981 and defeated a program-record four bowl teams. The Mids won a sixth-straight Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy with wins over Air Force and Army.

The 2007 season was a historical one as well as the Midshipmen posted an 8-5 record, won the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy, appeared in a school-record fifth-straight bowl gameand defeated Notre Dame for the first time since 1963.

Fullback Adam Ballard finished his career as the seventh-leading rusher in school history with 2,125 yards and his 5.3 career

Education Georgia Southern, B.S., 2000 Wife Amanda

Children Julie Grace and Reilley

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rushing yards per carry average also ranks seventh in school annals.

Culton had to play three different fullbacks in 2006 due to injury (Ballard, Kettani and Matt Hall), but they combined to rush for 1,274 yards and five touchdowns as once again the Mids won the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy and participated in a bowl game.

In 2005, Culton was part of a staff that helped the Mids average a nation’s best 318.7 yards per contest, win a school-record second-straight bowl game and claim the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy

In 2004, Culton’s efforts helped the Midshipmen to finish third in the country in rushing (289.5), win a school-record tying 10 games (the most wins since 1905), claim the Emerald Bowl and win the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy .

One of Culton’s players, Kyle Eckel, will go down as one of the greatest running backs in Academy history as he finished his career with 2,906-career rushing yards and 25 touchdowns, both of which rank as the fourth-best totals in school history. Eckel earned several postseason honors including Honorable Mention All-American and All-East. He was invited to three postseason all-star games and was named one of the top fullbacks in the country by NFL scouts. In 2003, Culton was part of a staff that helped the Mids lead the nation in rushing and set school records for rushing yards per game, total rushing yards, rushing yards per attempt, rushing touchdowns, total offense, total offense per game and yards per play as Navy went 8-5, won the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy and earned a berth in the Houston Bowl.

Culton came to the Naval Academy from Rhode Island, where he coached the offensive line for one year.

Culton is a 2001 graduate of Georgia Southern where he was a student-assistant coach for four years after suffering a severe neck injury during spring practice of his freshman year that ended his football career.

Culton is married to the former Amanda Pendergrass. They have a daughter, Julie Grace, and a son, Reilley.


JUSTIN DAVIS

COACHING STAFF

ASSISTANT COACH / DEFENSIVE LINE

Justin Davis is entering his fifth season at the Naval Academy and his fourth working with the defensive line. In his first year, he worked with the outside linebackers. Navy has compiled a record of 35-18 (.660) in his four years in Annapolis, beating Army four times, earning four bowl bids, winning three Commander-In-Chief’s Trophies and beating Notre Dame three times.

The Mids posted an impressive 9-4 record in 2010, defeated Army for a series-record ninth-consecutive time, defeated Notre Dame in consecutive seasons for only the third time in school history and appeared in a school-record eighth-consecutive bowl game. The Mids gave up just 23.3 points per game, which was the 46th best scoring defense in the country. Defensive end Jabaree Tuani recorded 15.5 tackles for loss on the season, the ninth most in school history.

The 2009 season was one to remember, as the Mids tied a school record for wins with 10, won a school-record seventhconsecutive Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy, appeared in a school-record seventh-consecutive bowl game and ran its winning streak against the other two Service Academies to an amazing 15 straight games. The Mids capped the season off with a 35-13 rout of Missouri in the Texas Bowl. The defense finished 18th in the country in scoring defense (19.4 points per game) and sixth in red zone defense.

also beat teams currently in the BCS in back-to-back weeks (Rutgers and Wake Forest) for the first time since 1981 and defeated a program-record four bowl teams. The Mids won a sixth-straight Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy with wins over Air Force and Army.

The 2007 season was a historical one as well as the Midshipmen posted an 8-5 record, won the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy, appeared in a school-record fifth-straight bowl gameand defeated Notre Dame for the first time since 1963.

Davis came to the Naval Academy after serving as a graduate assistant at Toledo for two seasons, assisting with the secondary under defensive coordinator Tim Rose. Davis also coached under Rose as a graduate assistant at Louisiana Tech and served for one season at Wagner College, where he coached linebackers.

A native of Rome, N.Y., Davis was a four-year letterwinner at the University of Maine from 1998-2001 where he played linebacker. As a senior, the Black Bears won an Atlantic 10 championship and a berth in the Division I-AA playoffs.

Davis received his bachelor's degree in communications from Maine in 2001, and earned his master's degree in exercise science from Louisiana Tech in May of 2005.

In 2008, Navy posted an 8-5 record, including a 24-17 victory over 16th-ranked Wake Forest, which was Navy’s first win over a team ranked in the Associated Press Top 25 since 1985. Navy

DAVIS’ RESUMÉ

FIFTH SEASON at NAVY _____________________

COACHING BACKGROUND Assistant Coach Wagner, 2003

Graduate Assistant Louisiana Tech, 2004 Graduate Assistant Toledo, 2005-06

Assistant Coach Navy, 2007-Present _____________________ PERSONAL

Date of Birth Nov. 5, 1978

Education Maine, B.S., 2001 Louisiana Tech, M.S., 2005

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TONY GRANTHAM

COACHING STAFF

ASSISTANT COACH / OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS Tony Grantham returns for his fourth year at Navy as the outside linebackers coach and his eighth year overall.

Navy has compiled a record of 27-13 (.675) since Grantham’s return to Annapolis, beating Army three times, earning three bowl bids, winning two Commander-In-Chief’s Trophies and beating Notre Dame twice.

The Mids posted an impressive 9-4 record in 2010, defeated Army for a series-record ninth-consecutive time, defeated Notre Dame in consecutive seasons for only the third time in school history and appeared in a school-record eighth-consecutive bowl game. The Mids gave up just 23.3 points per game, which was the 46th best scoring defense in the country. Outside linebacker Aaron McCauley finished third on the team in tackles with 82 and second in tackles for a loss with 10.5.

GRANTHAM’S RESUMÉ EIGHTH SEASON at NAVY _____________________ COACHING BACKGROUND Assistant Coach Eastern Illinois, 2000 Graduate Assistant LSU, 2001-02 Assistant Coach Navy, 2003-06 Assistant Coach Campbell, 2007

The 2009 season was one to remember, as the Mids tied a school record for wins with 10, won a school-record seventhconsecutive Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy, appeared in a school-record seventh-consecutive bowl game and ran its winning streak against the other two Service Academies to an amazing 15 straight games. The Mids capped the season off with a 35-13 rout of Missouri in the Texas Bowl. The defense finished 18th in the country in scoring defense (19.4 points per game) and sixth in red zone defense.

The Mids posted an 8-5 record in 2008 and participated in the EagleBank Bowl. The Mids won the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy thanks to a 33-27 victory over Air Force and a 34-0 win over Army. Other landmark wins during the 2008 season included a 24-17 victory over 16th-ranked Wake Forest, which was Navy’s first win over a team ranked in the Associated Press Top 25 since 1985, as well as Navy’s victory the previous week over Rutgers. It was the first time since 1981 that Navy beat teams currently in the BCS in back-to-back weeks. Navy also defeated a program-record four bowl teams. The Mids sported the most improved scoring defense in the country, giving up just 22.0 points per game which was a 14.4 point per game improvement from 2007.

Assistant Coach Navy, 2008-Present _____________________ PERSONAL

Date of Birth Nov. 16, 1974

Education Radford, B.S., 2000 Wife Mollie

Children Jacob

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Grantham returned to the Naval Academy in the spring of 2008 after spending one year at Campbell University, where he served as the linebacker coach and recruiting coordinator for the Fighting Camels.

Grantham spent fours years at the Naval Academy coaching the defensive line and outside linebackers from 2003-06. Navy posted a 35-15 record in Grantham's four years in Annapolis, winning four-straight Commander-In-Chief's Trophies and appearing in four-straight bowl games.

Grantham joined the Naval Academy staff after two seasons as a graduate assistant at LSU under current Alabama head coach Nick Saban. While in Baton Rouge, Grantham spent one year working on the offensive side of the ball and one year working on the defensive side.

In 2001, the Tigers went 10-3 winning the SEC Championship and the Sugar Bowl en route to a No. 7 final national ranking. LSU finished as Co-Champions of the SEC Western Division his second season and played in the Cotton Bowl. Additionally, the Tigers finished the season ranked fifth nationally in total defense.

He began his collegiate coaching career at Eastern Illinois University where he coached the Panthers outside linebackers and special teams. EIU, behind the play of a then unknown quarterback named Tony Romo, advanced to the NCAA I-AA Playoffs and finished the season ranked 15th nationally. Grantham’s brother, Todd, is the defensive coordinator at the University of Georgia.

Grantham is a 2000 graduate of Radford University where he received his degree in physical education. He is married to the former Mollie Dexter and they have a son, Jacob Michael.


ASHLEY INGRAM

COACHING STAFF

ASSISTANT COACH / OFFENSIVE LINE

Ashley Ingram is entering his fourth year at the Naval Academy coaching the centers and guards.

Navy has compiled a record of 27-13 (.675) in his three years in Annapolis, beating Army three times, earning three bowl bids, winning two Commander-In-Chief’s Trophies and beating Notre Dame twice.

The Mids posted an impressive 9-4 record in 2010, defeated Army for a series-record ninth-consecutive time, defeated Notre Dame in consecutive seasons for only the third time in school history and appeared in a school-record eighth-consecutive bowl game. The Mids finished sixth in the country in rushing offense (284.8) and ninth in the country in passing efficiency (156.7). Guard John Dowd was named a First-Team Academic AllAmerican by ESPN and the College Sports Information Directors of America. It was Navy’s first First-Team Academic All-American in football since 1980 and just the sixth all-time.

The 2009 season was one to remember, as the Mids tied a school record for wins with 10, won a school-record seventhconsecutive Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy, appeared in a school-record seventh-consecutive bowl game and ran their winning streak against the other two Service Academies to an amazing 15-straight games. The Mids capped the season off with a 35-13 rout of Missouri in the Texas Bowl. The offense finished fourth in the country in rushing, averaging 280.5 yards per game.

The Mids posted an 8-5 record in 2008 and participated in the EagleBank Bowl. The Mids won the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy thanks to a 33-27 victory over Air Force and a 34-0 win over Army. Other landmark wins during the 2008 season included a 24-17 victory over 16th-ranked Wake Forest, which was Navy’s first win over a team ranked in the Associated Press Top 25 since 1985, as well as Navy’s victory the previous week over Rutgers. It was the first time since 1981 that Navy beat

teams currently in the BCS in back-to-back weeks. Navy also defeated a program-record four bowl teams.

Ingram came to Navy from Bucknell, where he served as the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach for two seasons.

In Ingram's first year as offensive coordinator at Bucknell in 2006, the Bison went from one win the previous year to six and ranked fifth in the nation in rushing offense, averaging 235.2 yards per game, and reduced their turnover total from 33 the previous season to 14. Ingram came to Bucknell from Rhode Island, where he served as offensive line coach and recruiting coordinator, while also serving as team liaison in the areas of admissions, academic progress, class registration and scheduling.

During his tenure at Rhode Island, the Rams led the Atlantic 10 in rushing five of his six seasons and finished second in the nation in rushing yards in 2003, averaging 333.8 yards per contest. While at Rhode Island, Ingram mentored six All-Atlantic 10 performers and one All-American, and was part of an outstanding 8-3 season in 2001. A native of Iron City, Ga., and a 1996 graduate of the University of North Alabama, Ingram was a four-year letterman on the offensive line and helped his team win Division II national titles in 1993, 1994 and 1995. He entered the coaching ranks as a graduate assistant, first at North Alabama in 1997, then at Temple University in 1998. After spending a year at North Cobb High School in Kennesaw, Ga., he became the offensive line coach at the University of West Alabama in 1999, then at Rhode Island in 2000. Ingram and his wife, Jenifer, are the parents of a daughter, Laura, and son, James.

INGRAM’S RESUMÉ

FOURTH SEASON at NAVY _____________________ COACHING BACKGROUND Graduate Assistant North Alabama, 1997 Graduate Assistant Temple, 1998

Assistant Coach West Alabama, 1999

Assistant Coach Rhode Island, 2000-05

Offensive Coordinator Bucknell, 2006-07

Assistant Coach Navy, 2008-Present _____________________ PERSONAL

Date of Birth March 31, 1973

Education North Alabama, B.S., 1996 North Alabama, M.Ed., 1997 Wife Jennifer

Children Laura James

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STEVE JOHNS

COACHING STAFF

ASSISTANT COACH / SPECIAL TEAMS COORD. / INSIDE LINEBACKERS Steve Johns is in his fourth year at the Naval Academy coaching the inside linebackers and serving as the special teams coordinator.

Navy has compiled a record of 27-13 (.675) in his three years in Annapolis, beating Army three times, earning three bowl bids, winning two Commander-In-Chief’s Trophies and beating Notre Dame twice.

The Mids posted an impressive 9-4 record in 2010, defeated Army for a series-record ninth-consecutive time, defeated Notre Dame in consecutive seasons for only the third time in school history and appeared in a school-record eighth-consecutive bowl game. The Mids gave up just 23.3 points per game, which was the 46th-best scoring defense in the country. Linebacker Tyler Simmons led the Mids in tackles with an incredible 131.

JOHNS’ RESUMÉ

FOURTH SEASON at NAVY _____________________ COACHING BACKGROUND Assistant Coach Occidental College, 1993-95

Assistant Coach/ Special Teams Coordinator U. of San Diego, 1996 Assistant Coach La Verne, 1997-98

Graduate Assistant UNLV, 1999

The 2009 season was one to remember, as the Mids tied a school record for wins with 10, won a school-record seventhconsecutive Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy, appeared in a school-record seventh-consecutive bowl game and ran its winning streak against the other two Service Academies to an amazing 15-straight games. The Mids capped the season off with a 35-13 rout of Missouri in the Texas Bowl. The defense finished 18th in the country in scoring defense (19.4 points per game) and sixth in red zone defense. The punt team, which Johns is in charge of, finished 12th in the nation in net punting (38.3 yards per punt). Linebackers Ross Pospisil and Tony Haberer led the team in tackles with 107 and 78, respectively,

The Mids posted an 8-5 record in 2008 and participated in the EagleBank Bowl. The Mids won the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy thanks to a 33-27 victory over Air Force and a 34-0 win over Army. Other landmark wins during the 2008 season included a 24-17 victory over 16th-ranked Wake Forest, which was Navy’s first win over a team ranked in the Associated Press Top 25 since 1985, as well as Navy’s victory the previous week over Rutgers. It was the first time since 1981 that Navy beat teams currently in the BCS in back-to-back weeks. Navy also

Assistant Coach UNLV, 2000-04

Assistant Coach/ Defensive Coordinator La Verne, 2005

Assistant Coach/ Defensive Coordinator Grossmont Jr. College, 2006-07 Assistant Coach/ Special Teams Coordinator Navy, 2008-Present _____________________ PERSONAL

Date of Birth Sept. 29, 1968

Education Occidental College, B.S., 1991 Occidental College, M.Ed., 1995 United States Sports Academy, M.S., 2006 Wife Kristin

Children Sam

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defeated a program-record four bowl teams. The Mids sported the most improved scoring defense in the country, giving up just 22.0 points per game which was a 14.4 point per game improvement from 2007.

Before coming to Navy, Johns spent two seasons at Grossmont Junior College in El Cajon, Calif., where he served as the defensive coordinator and was a professor in the exercise science department. In 2006, the Griffins were Foothill Conference Champions and posted a 10-2 record thanks to a defense that gave up a school-record 7.6 points per contest.

In 2005, Johns served as defensive coordinator at the University of La Verne in La Verne, Calif., where he led the Leopards to their first winning season in eight years.

Johns coached at UNLV from 1999-2004, serving as a graduate assistant (defensive ends and punt team) for one year before being hired on full time and coaching the linebackers, coordinating the special teams and handling the recruiting coordinator duties for the final five seasons. While at UNLV Johns worked with current Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo and for the legendary John Robinson. Johns began his coaching career at Occidental College, where he coached the defensive line from 1993-95. He coached at the University of San Diego in 1996, serving as the defensive line coach and special teams coordinator, before moving on to the University of La Verne, where he coached the defensive line in 1997 and the defensive backs in 1998, while also coordinating the special teams.

Johns is a 1991 graduate of Occidental College, where he was all-conference and team captain and earned his bachelor’s in political science in 1991 and his Master’s in education in 1995. In 2006, he earned a Masters of Sports Science from the United States Sports Academy. He and his wife, Kristin, have a son, Sam.


KEITH JONES

COACHING STAFF

ASSISTANT COACH / SECONDARY

Keith Jones is in his 10th season at the Naval Academy and his third coaching the secondary. He coached the secondary his first two years at Navy, moved to outside linebackers for seven seasons and has returned to coach the secondary in 2011. Jones has been a key part of a staff that has brought the Midshipmen back into the national spotlight with a 70-33 (.680) record over the last eight years.

The Mids posted an impressive 9-4 record in 2010, defeated Army for a series-record ninth-consecutive time, defeated Notre Dame in consecutive seasons for only the third time in school history and appeared in a school-record eighth-consecutive bowl game.

The 2009 season was one to remember, as the Mids tied a school record for wins with 10, won a school-record seventhconsecutive Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy, appeared in a school-record seventh-consecutive bowl game and ran its winning streak against the other two Service Academies to an amazing 15-straight games. The Mids capped the season off with a 35-13 rout of Missouri in the Texas Bowl . The defense finished 18th in the country in scoring defense (19.4 points per game) and sixth in red zone defense.

The Mids posted an 8-5 record in 2008 and participated in the EagleBank Bowl. The Mids won the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy thanks to a 33-27 victory over Air Force and a 34-0 win over Army. Other landmark wins during the 2008 season included a 24-17 victory over 16th-ranked Wake Forest, which was Navy’s first win over a team ranked in the Associated Press Top 25 since 1985, as well as Navy’s victory the previous week over Rutgers. It was the first time since 1981 that Navy beat

teams currently in the BCS in back-to-back weeks. Navy also defeated a program-record four bowl teams. The 2007 season was a memorable one as well as the Midshipmen posted an 8-5 record, won a fifth-consecutive Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy, appeared in a fifth-straight bowl game, and defeated Notre Dame for the first time since 1963.

Navy’s defense was stout in 2006, giving up just 116.7 yards per game (38th in the country) on the ground and more importantly, 20.1 points per game (41st in the country) as the Mids won the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy and qualified for a fourth-straight bowl game.

In 2005, Jones was part of a staff that did a remarkable job with a defense that returned just three starters from the year before as the Mids appeared in a third-straight bowl game, won a schoolrecord second-straight bowl game and claimed the Commander-In-Chief's Trophy.

In 2004, Jones' efforts helped Navy finish 26th in the country in scoring defense (19.83), win a school-record tying 10 games (the most wins since 1905), win the Emerald Bowl (just the fifth bowl win in school history) and capture the Commander-In-Chief's Trophy.

In 2003, Jones helped the defense finish 14th in the nation in pass defense (61st the year before), 42nd in pass efficiency defense (116th the year before), 34th in total defense (100th the year before) and 34th in scoring defense (108th the year before) as Navy won eight games, the Commander-In-Chief's Trophy and a berth in the Houston Bowl. In Jones' first season at Navy where he coached the corners, the Mids were devastated by injuries at nearly every position, but the Mids played their best at the end of the year and held Army to just 12 points in the season finale.

Jones, a 1975 graduate of The Citadel, returned to his alma mater in 1997 and served as secondary coach for five years and defensive coordinator (2000) for one before coming to Navy.

A member of The Citadel's 1973 football team, Jones played defensive back and special teams. He began his coaching career at Charleston's Bishop England High School (1975-78) and went on to work with the legendary Willie Jeffries at South Carolina State where he coached the defensive secondary. He spent two seasons at North Carolina A&T (1980 and 1996) as the secondary coach and at Murray State in the same capacity from 1981-86, including a stint as the defensive coordinator his final season. In 1987, Jones joined Frank Beamer's staff at Virginia Tech and was the secondary coach for the Hokies until 1993, when he left to become the head coach at Potomac High School in Dumfries, Va., for two seasons. Jones returned to college coaching in 1996 as the defensive coordinator and secondary coach at North Carolina A&T. During his career, Jones has coached 10 players who have gone on to play professionally, including Dexter Clinckscale (Dallas Cowboys) and William Judson (Miami Dolphins).

Jones earned his undergraduate degree in physical education from The Citadel in 1975 and a master's degree in counselor education from South Carolina State. He and his wife, Pamala, have four daughters, Kristin, Tiffany, Kourtney and Brittany.

JONES’ RESUMÉ

10TH SEASON at NAVY _____________________

COACHING BACKGROUND Assistant Coach Bishop England (S.C.) H.S., 1975-78 Graduate Assistant South Carolina State, 1979 Assistant Coach North Carolina A&T, 1980 Assistant Coach Murray State, 1981-85

Defensive Coordinator Murray State, 1986 Assistant Coach Virginia Tech, 1987-93

Head Coach Potomac H.S., 1994-95

Defensive Coordinator North Carolina A&T, 1996

Assistant Coach The Citadel, 1997-99, 2001 Defensive Coordinator The Citadel, 2000

Assistant Coach Navy, 2002-Present _____________________ PERSONAL

Date of Birth January 14, 1953

Education The Citadel, B.S., 1975 South Carolina State, M.S., 1985 Wife Pamela

Children Kristin, Tiffany, Kourtney and Brittany

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DANNY O’ROURKE

COACHING STAFF

ASSISTANT COACH / SLOT BACKS Danny O'Rourke is entering his 10th season at Navy and his first as the slot backs coach. O’Rourke has also coached the secondary (four seasons), wide receivers (three seasons) and the inside linebackers (two seasons) and served as the head junior varsity coach for two years (2005-06). He led the JV team to an 11-0 record in his two years at the helm. O’Rourke has been an integral part of a staff that has brought the Midshipmen back into the national spotlight with a 70-33 (.680) record over the last seven years.

O’ROURKE’S RESUMÉ 10TH SEASON at NAVY _____________________

COACHING BACKGROUND Assistant Coach Georgia Southerm, 2000 Assistant Coach Valdosta State, 2001

Assistant Coach Navy, 2002-Present _____________________ PERSONAL

Date of Birth January 4, 1976

Education West Georgia, B.S., 1999 Temple, M.Ed., 2002 Wife Michelle

Children Kaeli and Sean

The Mids posted an impressive 9-4 record in 2010, defeated Army for a series-record ninth-consecutive time, defeated Notre Dame in consecutive seasons for only the third time in school history and appeared in a school-record eighth-consecutive bowl game. The Mids finished sixth in the country in rushing offense (284.8) and ninth in the country in passing efficiency (156.7). Wide receiver Greg Jones finished the year with 33 catches for 662 yards and five touchdowns. His 662 yards receiving are the fourth most in school history for a single season, while his five touchdown catches are tied for fifth. He averaged 20.8 yards per catch in his career, the third-best average in school history.

The 2009 season was one to remember, as the Mids tied a school record for wins with 10, won a school-record seventhconsecutive Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy, appeared in a school-record seventh-consecutive bowl game and ran its winning streak against the other two Service Academies to an amazing 15-straight games. The Mids capped the season off with a 35-13 rout of Missouri in the Texas Bowl. The offense finished fourth in the country in rushing, averaging 280.5 yards per game. Quarterback Ricky Dobbs set an NCAA record for rushing touchdowns by a quarterback with 27 despite missing two games and playing half the year with a cracked kneecap.

The Mids posted an 8-5 record in 2008 and participated in the EagleBank Bowl. The Mids won the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy thanks to a 33-27 victory over Air Force and a 34-0 win over Army. Other landmark wins during the 2008 season included a 24-17 victory over 16th-ranked Wake Forest, which was Navy’s first win over a team ranked in the Associated Press Top 25 since 1985, as well as Navy’s victory the previous week over Rutgers. It was the first time since 1981 that Navy beat teams currently in the BCS in backto-back weeks. Navy also defeated a program-record four bowl teams.

The 2007 season was one to remember as well as the Midshipmen posted an 85 record, won a school-record fifth-consecutive Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy, appeared in a school-record fifth-straight bowl game, and defeated Notre Dame for the first time since 1963. Navy's linebackers played well in 2006 under O'Rourke's direction, combining for 212 tackles, 7.5 tackles for a loss, one sack, two interceptions and five forced fumbles. Linebacker Rob Caldwell led the team with 109 tackles and three forced fumbles.

In 2005, O'Rourke helped tutor a young secondary that continued to improve throughout the year as Navy finished 84, won a school-record second-straight bowl game and won the CommanderIn-Chief's Trophy. In 2004, O'Rourke's efforts helped Navy finish 26th in the country in scoring defense (19.83), win a school-record tying 10 games (the most wins since

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1905), win the Emerald Bowl and capture the Commander-InChief's Trophy. In 2003, O'Rourke was part of a defensive staff that saw great improvement on the defensive side of the football as the Mids finished 14th in the nation in pass defense (61st the year before), 42nd in pass efficiency defense (116th the year before), 34th in total defense (100th the year before) and 34th in scoring defense (108th the year before).

O'Rourke came to Navy from Valdosta State where he was the secondary coach for one year. Prior to his coaching stint at Valdosta, he coached the safeties at Georgia Southern in 2000 and helped the Eagles to a I-AA National Championship.

A native of Snellville, Ga., O'Rourke was a three-year letter winner at West Georgia and helped lead the team to back-to-back league titles his junior and senior years. He was also an academic all-conference performer throughout his collegiate career. O'Rourke received his master's degree in education administration from Temple in 2002. He and his wife, Michelle, have a daughter, Kaeli, and son, Sean.


DALE PEHRSON

COACHING STAFF

ASSISTANT COACH / RECRUITING COORDINATOR / DEFENSIVE LINE

Dale Pehrson is in his 16th season at the Naval Academy and his 13th year coaching the defensive line. He also serves as the recruiting coordinator and the coordinator of the Navy football camp. Pehrson has been a key part of a staff that has brought the Midshipmen back into the national spotlight with a 70-33 (.693) record over the last eight years. The Mids posted an impressive 9-4 record in 2010, defeated Army for a series-record ninth-consecutive time, defeated Notre Dame in consecutive seasons for only the third time in school history and appeared in a school-record eighth-consecutive bowl game. The Mids gave up just 23.3 points per game, which was the 46th-best scoring defense in the country. Defensive end Jabaree Tuani recorded 15.5 tackles for loss on the season, the ninth most in school history.

The 2009 season was one to remember, as the Mids tied a school record for wins with 10, won a school-record seventhconsecutive Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy, appeared in a seventh-consecutive bowl game and ran its winning streak against the other two Service Academies to an amazing 15straight games. The Mids capped the season off with a 35-13 rout of Missouri in the Texas Bowl. The defense finished 18th in the country in scoring defense (19.4 points per game) and sixth in red zone defense.

The Mids posted an 8-5 record in 2008 and participated in the EagleBank Bowl. The Mids won the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy thanks to a 33-27 victory over Air Force and a 34-0 win over Army. Other landmark wins during the 2008 season included a 24-17 victory over 16th-ranked Wake Forest, which was Navy’s first win over a team ranked in the Associated Press Top 25 since 1985, as well as Navy’s victory the previous week over Rutgers. It was the first time since 1981 that Navy beat teams currently in the BCS in back-to-back weeks. Navy also defeated a program-record four bowl teams. The Mids sported

the most improved scoring defense in the country, giving up just 22.0 points per game which was a 14.4 point per game improvement from 2007.

The 2007 season was a memorable one as well as the Midshipmen posted an 8-5 record, won a fifth-consecutive Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy, appeared in a fifth-straight bowl game, and defeated Notre Dame for the first time since 1963.

The Mids received solid contributions from the defensive line in 2006 as the Mids won the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy and played in a fourth-straight bowl game.

Pehrson was part of a staff that did a remarkable job in 2005 with a defense that returned just three starters from the year before. The Mids ranked 62nd in total defense (377.3) and scoring defense (26.1), while they won a second-straight bowl game and a third-straight Commander-In-Chief's Trophy.

In 2004, Pehrson's efforts helped Navy finish 26th in the country in scoring defense (19.83), win a school-record tying 10 games (the most wins since 1905), win the Emerald Bowl and win the Commander-In-Chief's Trophy.

In 2003, Pehrson was part of a defensive staff that saw great improvement on the defensive side of the football as the Mids finished 14th in the nation in pass defense, 42nd in pass efficiency defense, 34th in total defense and 34th in scoring defense.

In 1999, Pehrson helped develop a defensive line into a big-play unit, recording 17 sacks and recovering six fumbles. Defensive end Gino Marchetti recovered a nation's-best five fumbles.

In 1997, Pehrson's troops contributed to the Mids ranking sixth in the country in turnover margin, as the safeties came up with 11 of Navy's 14 interceptions. Free safety Gervy Alota was named All-East, while strong safety Rashad Smith played in the Blue/Gray All-Star Game. Pehrson came to the Naval Academy from Southern Utah, where he was an assistant head coach and defensive coordinator for five years.

Prior to his tenure at Southern Utah, Pehrson was on the staff at Missouri Western State College, where he served in various capacities, including assistant head coach, defensive coordinator, offensive coordinator and special teams coordinator. He was head football coach and an assistant coach in wrestling and track at Murray High School in Salt Lake City.

Pehrson is a native of Salt Lake City and earned all-state honors at Murray High School. He attended Utah where he was a two-year letterman as a defensive back. Pehrson earned his bachelor's degree in English from Utah in 1976 and received a master's degree from Brigham Young in 1985. He and his wife, the former Marty Grant, have two children, Preston and Jaci. Preston is serving as an intern on the football staff at Georgia Tech.

PEHRSON’S RESUMÉ 16TH SEASON at NAVY _____________________

COACHING BACKGROUND Assistant Coach Murray (Utah) H.S., 1979-84 Head Coach Murray (Utah) H.S., 1984-87

Assistant Head Coach/ Defensive & Offensive Coordinator Missouri Western State., 1987-90 Assistant Head Coach/ Defensive Coordinator Southern Utah, 1991-95

Assistant Coach/ Recruiting Coordinator Navy, 1996-Present _____________________ PERSONAL

Date of Birth May 11, 1953

Education Utah, B.A., 1976 Brigham Young, M.A., 1985 Wife Marty

Children Preston and Jaci

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COACHING STAFF

MIKE JUDGE

ASSISTANT COACH / FULLBACKS Mike Judge is in his fourth year at the Naval Academy coaching the fullbacks.

Navy has compiled a record of 27-13 (.675) in his three years in Annapolis, beating Army three times, earning three bowl bids, winning two Commander-In-Chief’s Trophies and beating Notre Dame twice.

The Mids posted an impressive 9-4 record in 2010, defeated Army for a series-record ninth-consecutive time, defeated Notre Dame in consecutive seasons for only the third time in school history and appeared in a schoolrecord eighth-consecutive bowl game. The Mids finished sixth in the country in rushing offense (284.8) and ninth in the country in passing efficiency (156.7). Fullbacks Alexander Teich and Vince Murray combined for 1,245 rushing yards and eight touchdowns lasT year

JUDGE’S RESUMÉ

FOURTH SEASON at NAVY _____________________ COACHING BACKGROUND

Intern New England Patriots, 2001-04 Quality Control Coach New England Patriots, 2005-06

The 2009 season was one to remember, as the Mids tied a school record for wins with 10, won a school-record seventh-consecutive Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy, appeared in a school-record seventh-consecutive bowl game and ran its winning streak against the other two Service Academies to an amazing 15-straight games. The Mids capped the season off with a 35-13 rout of Missouri in the Texas Bowl. The offense finished fourth in the country in rushing, averaging 280.5 yards per game. Fullback Vince Murray rushed for 971 yards and six touchdowns in just seven starts.

Assistant Coach Harvard, 2007-08

Assistant Coach Navy, 2008-Present _____________________ PERSONAL

Date of Birth April 10, 1983

Education Springfield College, B.S., ‘05 Wife Jennifer

Children Brecken and Kinsley

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The Mids posted an 8-5 record in 2008 and participated in the EagleBank Bowl. The Mids won the CommanderIn-Chief’s Trophy thanks to a 33-27 victory over Air Force and a 34-0 win over Army. Other landmark wins during the 2008 season included a 24-17 victory over 16thranked Wake Forest, which was Navy’s first win over a team ranked in the Associated Press Top 25 since 1985, as well as Navy’s victory the previous week over Rutgers. It was the first time since 1981 that Navy beat teams currently in the BCS in back-to-back weeks. Navy also defeated a program-record four bowl teams. Judge came to the Naval Academy from Harvard, where he served as the wide receivers coach.

He has spent time around some of the best football coaches in the country, including serving as the quality control coach with the New England Patriots in 2005 and 2006. He spent his first year in New England working with Eric Mangini as a defensive assistant and in 2006, he worked with St. Louis Rams Offensive Coordinator Josh McDaniels as an offensive assistant. Judge also spent four years as an intern on the Patriots staff during a time when they won three Super Bowl Championships.

Judge enjoyed an outstanding playing career as a tripleoption quarterback at Springfield College (‘05), where he was four-year letterwinner in both football and baseball. He helped the Pride to two Freedom Football Conference championships, two NCAA Division III tournament appearances, an ECAC Division III North championship and a combined four-year record of 3010. He and his wife, Jennifer, reside in Annapolis with their son, Brecken, and daughter, Kinsley.


NAPOLEON SKYES

COACHING STAFF

ASSISTANT COACH / OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS

Napoleon Sykes is in his second season at the Naval Academy and will assist Tony Grantham with the outside linebackers after spending his first year assisting Buddy Green in the secondary.

Navy went 9-4 in his first year at Navy, defeated Army and Notre Dame and participated in the Poinsettia Bowl.

Safety Wyatt Middleton recovered five fumbles, which tied for most in the country. He returned one of those fumbles 98 yards for a touchdown against Army. It was the longest fumble return in school and Army-Navy history.

A native of Woodstock, Md., Sykes earned three varsity letters at Wake Forest as a linebacker and special teams performer from 2003-05. He graduated from Wake Forest in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in English and a minor in journalism. Sykes got his coaching career started in the summer of 2006 when he served as an assistant coach at his high school alma mater, the Gilman School, in Baltimore. Sykes went on to serve as the defensive coordinator for the semi-pro Bay Atlantic Sharks that fall and helped lead them to the Semi-Pro National Championship Series.

After teaching and serving as the co-defensive coordinator at Mallard Creek High School in Charlotte, N.C., in 2007, Sykes returned to his college alma mater to serve as the offensive graduate assistant in 2008 and the defensive graduate assistant in 2009. Sykes is engaged to be married to Christy Williams, who was a star volleyball player at Wake Forest.

MICK YOKITIS

ASSISTANT COACH / WIDE RECEIVERS

Mick Yokitis is in his first year at the Naval Academy as the wide receivers coach. Yokitis has been the head football coach and offensive coordinator at the Naval

Academy Prep School for the last three years where he led NAPS to 16 wins and directed an offense that averaged 28 points and 428 yards per game.

Yokitis is a 2006 graduate of the Naval Academy where he earned three varsity letters at wide receiver and saw the Midshipmen post a 2611 record, qualify for three bowl games, win two bowl games and win three Commander-In-Chief's Trophies. Yokitis played in 37consecutive games for the Midshipmen, including earning a start in all 12 contests as a senior.

After graduation, Yokitis served in the United States Marine Corps before being medically discharged. He and his wife, Lindsey, have a son, Bryce, and daughter, Makenna.

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COACHING STAFF

MIKE BRASS

ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR / SPORTS PERFORMANCE Mike Brass is in his 10th year as Associate Athletic Director for Sports Performance after serving as the head Strength and Conditioning Coach/Assistant Athletic Director for Athletic Performance for five years at Georgia Southern.

The Mids have shown remarkable progress in both strength and speed in his nine years at the helm and he has been an integral part of turning around the fortunes of the Navy football program.

Brass holds membership in the National Strength and Conditioning Association and is nationally certified as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist.

Brass and wife, Cindi, are the parents of three children, Samantha, Danielle and Broderick.

Brass is part of a staff that has brought the Midshipmen back into the national spotlight with a 70-33 (.680) record over the last eight years and has helped lead Navy to a school-record eight-straight bowl games and a schoolrecord nine-consecutive wins over Army. At Georgia Southern, Brass was named the 1998 and 1999 National Strength and Conditioning Association’s (NSCA) Professional of the Year for the Southern Conference.

Prior to his appointment at Georgia Southern, Brass served as head strength and conditioning coach at Tulane from 1992-96. He also spent two seasons heading the strength and conditioning efforts at Dartmouth (1990-92) after earning his first position at Wisconsin-Whitewater as strength coach in 1985.

Brass earned his bachelor’s degree in education from Doane (Neb.) College in 1985 before acquiring a master’s in fitness management from the United States Sports Academy a year later.

DR. JEFF FAIR

ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR / SPORTS MEDICINE Dr. Jeff Fair is in his 15th year at the Naval Academy as the Director of the Naval Academy’s sports medicine program and his fifth as an Associate Athletic Director.

Fair came to the Naval Academy from Oklahoma State, where he had been the head trainer for 25 years. He became an Adjunct Associate Professor, a member of the Graduate Faculty and the Coordinator of Sports Medicine and Athletic Training at Oklahoma State in 1990. He has also been an Adjunct Faculty and Clinical Instructor at Oklahoma Osteopathic College since 1993 and a Clinical Instructor in Physical Therapy and Adjunct Assistant Professor at Langston since 1986. Fair graduated from Kent State with a bachelor's degree in health, physical education and recreation in 1971. He received his master's degree in health, physical education/counseling and guidance from North Dakota in 1974 and in 1987, he earned his Ed.D. (doctorate of education in higher education/physical education) from Oklahoma State.

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Fair has been responsible for several inventions that demonstrate his knowledge in the training field, including the “Cowboy Collar,” which he designed and patented in 1988, and the “Sprained Ankle Orthoses."

He is married to the former Carolyn Mallon from Springfield, Va., and has two sons, Jeffrey and Justin.


CAPT. BRYCE McDONALD, USMC

COACHING STAFF

EXECUTIVE ADMINISTRATOR / MILITARY LIAISON OFFICER Capt. Bryce McDonald, USMC, is in his third season as the Executive Administrator and Military Liaison Officer for the Naval Academy football team. McDonald’s military duties include the supervision of various administrative, logistical, and professional matters pertaining to the football team and the Naval Academy Athletic Association. A 2003 graduate of the Naval Academy, McDonald was a threeyear letterwinner at fullback for the Midshipmen. His senior year he was coached by current offensive coordinator Ivin Jasper.

Following graduation, McDonald was commissioned as a Second Lieutentant in the United States Marine Corps and reported to Quantico, Va., where he trained and took the Infantry Officers Course.

McDonald held various billets as an Infantry Officer in Second Battalion, Fourth Marines and HQ Co, 5th Marine Regiment from 2004-08.

McDonald, his wife, Jana, are the parents of daughters, Kayleigh and Kendall, and son, Thomas.

JOHN McGUIRE

DIRECTOR OF VIDEO OPERATIONS

John McGuire enters his 16th year as Navy's Director of Video Operations. Since coming to the Naval Academy in 1996, he has overseen the growth of the Ricketts Hall video department to its present standing as one of the best in collegiate athletics.

In 2004, McGuire helped with the renovation of the football offices and meeting rooms to insure their compatibility with the latest stateof-the-art digital and computer technology. Coaches and players can gain instant access to the information most important in preparing for the opponent each week. The capabilities of the system networked throughout the building allow meeting and film study time to be used in an extremely efficient manner with minimal waste during an always busy day. The addition and continual upgrade of this system assures Navy football of being technologically compatible well into the new century.

In the spring of 2009 a new editing system, DVSport, was installed in both the football and men’s lacrosse offices. This system’s capabilities allow even more latitude for the coaches and players to make the most efficient use of their time. Laptop technology allows video to be viewed and studied at the office, on the road or at home.

While keeping in step with the latest advances, the video department is also working to preserve Navy's rich athletic past. Football films from as far back as the 1926 Army-Navy game in Chicago have recently been transferred to a video format and are part of the Captain Asbury "Red" Coward Video Archives Library located on the second deck of Ricketts Hall. This library provides a window to Navy's athletic heroes from many sports.

A native of Philadelphia, McGuire is a 1978 graduate of Villanova, where he earned a bachelor's degree in marketing. He came to the Naval Academy from Rutgers, where he served as Director of Video Operations for four years. While at Rutgers, McGuire was instrumental in the development of the state-of-the-art integrated video system installed in Rutgers’ new stadium, constructed in 1994.

Prior to Rutgers, McGuire worked for Tucker Sport Films of Philadelphia for 15 years. During this period, he became the Film Coordinator for the Philadelphia/Baltimore Stars of the United States Football League.

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GREG MORGENTHALER

COACHING STAFF

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR / EQUIPMENT OPERATIONS Greg Morgenthaler is in his ninth season at the Naval Academy and his seventh as the Assistant Athletic Director for Equipment Operations. Morgenthaler came to the Naval Academy from Sacred Heart, where he served as Equipment Coordinator for three years. A 1998 graduate of Kansas with a Bachelor of Science in education, Morgenthaler was a student manager with the Jayhawk football team that won the 1995 Aloha Bowl.

Association (AFCA).

Morgenthaler and his wife, Kris, who is the Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing and Promotions at the Naval Academy, reside in Annapolis and have a daughter, Kelsey Elizabeth.

Morgenthaler began his career as an equipment manager intern at Virginia. He then served as a graduate assistant at Oklahoma, while working on his Master’s degree in athletic administration. leaving Oklahoma, Upon Morgenthaler had a brief stint as head equipment manager in the Spring Professional defunct Football League for the San Antonio Matadors. Morgenthaler is a certified member of the Athletic Equipment Managers Association (AEMA) and was elected the District Director for District 2 in 2009 and was the District 2 Equipment Manager of the Year in 2010. He is also a member of the American Football Coaches

MAJ. ANDREW THOMPSON, USMC EXECUTIVE ADMINISTRATOR / MILITARY LIAISON OFFICER Major Andrew Thompson, USMC, is in his first season as an Executive Administrator and Military Liasion Officer.

Thompson is a 1996 graduate of the Naval Academy where he was a four-year letterwinner and three-year starter on the football team as a defensive back and was the team captain in 1995.

After graduating from the The Basic School in March of 1997, he attended Aircraft Maintenance Officer’s Course at NAS Pensacola, Florida. He was then assigned to Marine Aircraft Group 13 in June of 1997. Assignments at MAG-13 included Maintenance Material Control Officer (MMCO) for Marine Attack Squadrons 211 and 214. He performed duties as an Aviation Maintenance Officer on six month deployments with both commands. While in Yuma, Ariz., he was also assigned to Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron (MALS-13) as the training officer. He also served as the Quality Assurance Officer/Assistant fixed-wing MMCO during WTI course 2-98 assigned to MAWTS-1. Thompson was promoted to 1st Lieutenant in May of 1998, and to Captain in June of 2000. In March of 2001, Thompson transferred to MAG-41 in Fort Worth, Texas. Assigned to MALS-41, his duties included Quality Assurance Officer, Power Plants Officer, Assistant Aircraft Maintenance Officer and Aircraft Maintenance Officer. He also earned an additional Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) of 8551 as a Marine Corps Martial Arts Program Black Belt Instructor. After being accepted into the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), Thompson detached from MAG-41 and arrived in Monterey, Calif. in June of 2004. In

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December 2005, Thompson graduated with a Master’s of Business Administration degree in Defense Systems Analysis.

In Jan. 2006, he reported to Marine Corps Systems Command in Quantico, Va. and was assigned as an analyst for the Assistant Commander for Programs. In May of 2006, Thompson volunteered to deploy as a Marine Corps Systems Command Liaison Officer (LNO) to Marine Forces Central Command. He was promoted to his current rank while deployed in July of 2006. He served as the Executive Officer and the Officer in Charge of MALS-16 in San Diego, Calif. from July of 2009 to June of 2011. Personal decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal, the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal with 2 gold stars and the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal. He and his wife, Alison, have three children, Evan, Savannah and Spencer.


SUPPORT STAFF

Jim Berry Assistant Athletic Trainer

Lt. Cmdr. John Biery, D.O.

Faculty Representative

Gary Bishop

Cliff Dooman Assistant Strength Coach

Football Administrative Assistant

Todd Green Assistant Video Coordinator

Cmdr. Kevin Haney, USN (Ret.)

Steve Hinrichs Assistant Equipment Manager

Director of Photography

Phil Hoffmann

Preston Johnson

Dee Jones

Col. John Kennedy, USMC

Associate Professor Chris Kinter

Lt. Sean Magee, USN

Shari Marra

Recruiting Administrative Assistant

Kris Morgenthaler

Cmdr. John-Paul Rue, M.D.

Consulting Orthopedic Surgeon

Dr. John Wilckens

Director of Strength and Conditioning/Operations

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Dr. Bill Morgan Team Chiropractor

Team Physician

Faculty Representative

Officer Representative

Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing and Promotions

Faculty Representative

Team Orthopedic Surgeon

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Officer Representative

Lois Gareis

Director of Stadium Operations

Kirk Woolfolk


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Alexander Teich, Co-Captain ...................................................... 80-81 Jabaree Tuani, Co-Captain .......................................................... 82-83 Player Profiles ............................................................................. 84-107

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PLAYER PROFILES

#39 ALEXANDER TEICH

OFFENSIVE CAPTAIN Sr • Fullback • 6-0 • 217 • Conroe, Texas

* At Navy: Named co-captain by his teammates, the highest honor a Navy student-athlete can receive ... enters the fall as Navy’s starting fullback after starting seven games there last fall ... coming off a solid junior campaign ... had off-season surgery on his left shoulder and did not participate in spring drills ... smaller than some of Navy’s previous fullbacks, but is quick and strong ... has good instincts running with the football ... hard-nosed runner who isn’t afraid to run over a defender ... has been more effective as an outside runner catching the pitch than previous fullbacks ... All-East candidate ... has earned two varsity letters. * 2010: Navy’s starting fullback in seven of the 13 contests ... the Mids’ second-leading rusher, gaining 863 yards on 147 carries and scoring five touchdowns ... caught seven passes for 86 yards and a pair of TDs ... paced the Mids in all-purpose yardage with 1344 yards (103.4 yds/gm) ... member of Navy’s offensive unit that finished the season ranked sixth in the country in rushing offense (284.77 yds/gm), ninth in pass efficiency (156.65), 38th in total offense (404.77 yds/gm), 45th in scoring offense (29.69 pts/gm) and 27th in turnover margin (+0.54 /gm) ... held to just 38 yards on 10 carries against San Diego State in the Poinsettia Bowl ... also caught two passes for nine yards against the Aztecs ... carried the ball 11 times for 47 yards in Navy’s win over Army ... rushed for 86 yards on 12 carries, while catching one pass for a two-yard gain in Navy’s home finale against Arkansas State ... carried the ball 12 times for 53 yards and a pair of touchdowns in Navy’s win over Central Michigan ... led the Mids with 157 yards on the ground on 14 carries at East Carolina ... it was just the second 100-yard rushing day of his career ... scored on a career-long 64-yard run in the opening quarter, the Mids’ longest run of the season ... Navy’s offense put up 76 points in the win over East Carolina, setting a modern day scoring record ... it’s the most points scored by the Mids since Navy defeated Colby, 121-0, on Nov. 15, 1919 ... Navy finished the game with a season-high 521 yards rushing, marking the first time the Mids have topped the 500-yard rushing milestone since Aug. 30, 2008, when the

Mids ran for 558 yards against Towson ... it’s tied as the fifth-best rushing performance in school history ... Navy’s 596 yards of total offense marks its best offensive day since finishing with 602 yards against Towson on Aug. 30, 2008 ... it goes down as the 16thmost yards (tied) in program history ... gained 43 yards on seven carries against Duke, while also catching one pass for 26 yards ... carried the ball 26 times for a career-high 210 yards in the win over Notre Dame ... he is the first fullback in Navy football history to rush for 200 yards ... it was the first 200-yard rushing game by a Navy fullback in program history and the most rushing yards by a Navy player in series history ... reached the 100-yard milestone via a four-yard gain just a minute into the second half ... gained his 200th yard on a three-yard carry with 3:32 left in the game ... came into the Notre Dame game having gained just 229 yards all year ... his 54-yard rumble on the Mids’ opening possession was a career long ... bettered a 42-yard run against Pitt in 2009 ... on the same drive, he caught a screen pass with one hand and took it for a careerlong 31-yard touchdown to cap a six-play, 99-yard drive ... his previous long catch was a 23-yarder also against Pitt in ‘09 ... was one of the players of the game against SMU where he carried the ball 21 times for a then career-high 95 yards and two touchdowns ... his two-yard run to open the fourth quarter was his first-collegiate rushing TD ... went on to score the game-winning TD, a four-yard run up the gut, following a pick by teammate Tyler Simmons ... carried the ball 10 times for 43 yards and caught one pass for a six-yard touchdown in Navy’s win over Wake Forest ... the touchdown was Teich’s first of his career (rushing or receiving) ... rushed for 38 yards on eight carries at Air Force ... also returned a pair of kickoffs for 53 yards, including a long return of 27 yards ... carried the ball five times for 23 yards at Louisiana Tech ... returned six kickoffs for 118 yards against the Bulldogs ... had a sensational kick return against Georgia Southern where he brought the ball back 55 yards ... carried the ball four times for eight yards against the Eagles, while catching one pass for 12 yards ... it was his first reception since the 2009 Pitt game and just the third of his career ... carried the ball seven times for a gain of 22 yards against Maryland in the opener ... returned four kicks for 107 yards (28.8 avg), including a long return of 34 yards. * 2009: A starter in six of the 12 games in which he played ... suffered a significant ankle injury against Academy rival Air Force which gave Vince Murray an opportunity to take the starting job for good ... the Mids’ fourth-leading rusher with 376 yards on 70 carries, while catching two passes for 25 yards ... returned kickoffs in the latter part of the season, returning five for 138 yards ... returned two kickoffs for 76 yards against Missouri, including a 47-yarder which was the longest of the season by any Navy player ... returned a pair of kickoffs against Army for 42 yards, including a long return of 22 yards

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one carry at Duke ... playing in his first collegiate game, he carried the ball three times for nine yards against Towson. * High School / Personal: A 2007 graduate of Caney Creek High School, Teich attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2007-08 academic year ... a foursport standout, he earned four letters in football (running back), baseball (catcher) and track (relays, hurdles) and won three letters as a shooting guard for the basketball team ... led the football team to the third round of the state championship in 2007 and in the same year guided the baseball team to the state tournament ... garnered all-city recognition throughout his career in football, baseball and basketball ... also picked up all-county honors in baseball ... full name is Alexander George Teich ... born June 24, 1988, in Conroe, Texas ... son of Patrick and Jacqueline Teich ... majoring in general science.

TEICH’S CAREER STATISTICS Rushing 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

Receiving 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

Att 7 70 147 224

Rec 0 2 7 9

Yds 24 376 863 1263

Avg 3.4 5.4 5.9 5.6

Yds 0 25 86 111

Avg 0.0 12.0 12.3 12.3

TD 0 0 5 5

Long 7 42 64 64

TD 0 0 2 2

Long 0 23 31 31

100-Yd 0 0 2 2

100-Yd 0 0 0 0

Ret Yds Avg TD Long KO Return 2008 3 46 15.3 0 24 5 137 27.6 0 47 2009 2010 14 364 26.0 0 55 22 548 24.9 0 55 TOTALS Career highs – Carries: 26 vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) Rushing Yards: 210 vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) Rushing TDs: 2 vs. SMU (10-16-10) Receptions: 2 at San Diego State (12-23-10) Receiving Yards: 31 vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) Receiving TDs: 1 (Twice; last vs. Notre Dame, 10-23-10)

TEICH GAME-BY-GAME

... carried the ball just once in the Mids’ loss at Hawai’i ... started in place of an injured Vince Murray against Delaware in the Mids’ home finale ... it was Teich’s first start since the Air Force game in which he ironically got hurt ... carried the ball nine times against the Blue Hens for 57 yards ... looked back to form against Notre Dame where he carried the ball five times for 52 yards, including a 32-yard run ... returned a Notre Dame kickoff for 20 yards, his first return of the 2009 season and the fourth of his career ... carried the ball twice for four yards against Temple ... returned to the playing field in the Mids’ win over Wake Forest where he carried the ball twice for 35 yards ... sat out the Rice and SMU contests after injuring his ankle against Academy rival Air Force ... tweaked his left ankle in the first half of the Air Force game after carrying the ball seven times for 20 yards ... ran the ball 10 times for 34 yards in Navy’s win over Western Kentucky ... after gaining 73 yards on nine carries in the first half of the Pitt game, finished the game with a career-high 80 yards on 12 carries ... his 42-yard carry on the Mids’ first drive of the second quarter was a career long ... his 23-yard reception at the end of the game was just his second career catch and the longest of his career ... carried the ball nine times for 32 yards in the Mids’ home-opener against Louisiana Tech ... recorded his first career reception, a two-yarder against the Bulldogs ... made his first career start on center stage against No. 6 Ohio State ... gained 61 yards on 13 carries against the Buckeyes. * 2008: Saw action in 12 games either at fullback or as a returner on the special teams unit ... carried the ball seven times for 24 yards, an average of 3.4 yards per game ... did not lose a yard on the ground ... played his part in helping the Mids’ rushing attack lead the nation in rushing for an unprecedented fourth-consecutive season (292.4 yds/gm) ... returned three kickoffs for 46 yards, an average of 15.3 yards per return ... returned one Wake Forest kickoff for 24 yards in the EagleBank Bowl ... carried the ball once for a gain of two yards at Air Force in what was his first appearance in a service academy game ... ran for two yards on one carry in the Mids’ landmark win over Wake Forest ... carried the ball once for a career-long seven yards in the win over Rutgers ... that run set up a two-yard TD run by teammate Eric Kettani ... rushed for four yards on

Game (Date) Towson (8-30-08) at Ball State (9-5-08) at Duke (9-13-08) Rutgers (9-20-08) at Wake Forest (9-27-08) at Air Force (10-4-08) Pitt (10-18-08) SMU (10-25-08) Temple (11-1-08) vs. Notre Dame (11-15-08) at N. Illinois (11-25-08) vs. Army (12-6-08) vs. Wake Forest (12-20-08) at Ohio State (9-5-09) Louisiana Tech (9-12-09) at Pitt (9-19-09) W. Kentucky (9-26-09) Air Force (10-3-09) at Rice (10-10-09) at SMU (10-17-09) Wake Forest (10-24-09) Temple (10-31-09) at Notre Dame (11-7-09) Delaware (11-14-09) at Hawai’i (11-28-09) vs. Army (12-12-09) vs. Missouri (12-31-09)

vs. Maryland (9-6-10) Ga. Southern (9-11-10) at Louisiana Tech (9-18-10) at Air Force (10-2-10) at Wake Forest (10-9-10) SMU (10-16-10) vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) Duke (10-30-10) at East Carolina (11-6-10) C. Michigan (11-13-10) Arkansas State (11-20-10) vs. Army (12-11-10) at San Diego St. (12-23-10)

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Att 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

13 9 12 10 7 2 2 5 9 1 0 0

7 4 5 8 10 21 26 7 14 12 12 11 10

Rushing Receiving Yds TD Avg Rec Yds TD Avg 9 0 3.0 0 0 0 0.0 -- Did Not Play -4 0 4.0 0 0 0 0.0 7 0 7.0 0 0 0 0.0 2 0 2.0 0 0 0 0.0 2 0 2.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 61 32 80 34 20 35 4 52 57 1 0 0

22 8 23 38 43 95 210 43 157 53 86 47 38

0 4.7 0 0 3.6 1 0 6.7 1 0 3.4 0 0 2.9 0 -- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play -0 17.5 0 0 2.0 0 0 10.4 0 0 6.3 0 0 1.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0

0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 0

3.1 2.0 4.6 4.8 4.3 4.5 8.1 6.1 11.2 4.4 7.2 4.3 3.8

0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 2

0 2 23 0 0

0 0 0 0 0

0.0 2.0 23.0 0.0 0.0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

0 12 0 0 6 0 31 26 0 0 2 0 9

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

0.0 12.0 0.0 0.0 6.0 0.0 31.0 26.0 0.0 0.0 2.0 0.0 4.5


PLAYER PROFILES

#98 JABAREE TUANI

DEFENSIVE CAPTAIN Sr • Defensive End • 6-1 • 265 • Madison, Tenn.

* At Navy: Was elected co-captain by his teammates, the highest honor a Navy student-athlete can receive ... one of Navy’s best defensive lineman in recent memory ... extremely strong and uses his hands well ... has good speed off the edge ... has a great attitude and is always working to get better ... has put on 23 pounds since his freshman year ... his bench press of 405 pounds is one of the top marks on the team ... his squat of 530 pounds is also among the best ... has 10.5 sacks in his career, which are the fifth most in school history ... his 30-career tackles for a loss are the sixth most in school history ... did not participate in spring drills after having off-season surgery on his right knee, but is expected to be ready for fall camp ... has seen action in all 40 games Navy has played over the last three years ... has started 35 of the last 36 contests ... All-East candidate ... has earned three varsity letters. * 2010: Started all 13 games ... finished the year with 72 tackles, including a team-best 15.5 tackles for a loss and 5.5 sacks ... his 15.5 tackles for a loss are the ninth most in school history for a single season ... forced three fumbles and recovered one, while also breaking up two passes ... part of a defensive unit that was ranked 46th in scoring defense (23.31 pts/gm) and 27th in turnover margin (+0.54 /gm) ... turned in four tackles against San Diego State in the Poinsettia Bowl ... recorded three tackles, including a sack for a loss of 10 yards in Navy’s 31-17 win over Army ... chipped in four tackles in Navy’s win over Arkansas State in the home finale ... turned in five tackles, including two tackles for a loss of six yards ... was also credited with 1.5 sacks and a pass breakup ... recorded four tackles, including one tackle for a loss of seven yards ... also forced a pair of ECU fumbles in the third quarter in which Navy converted into a pair of scores ... part of a defensive unit that forced four East Carolina fumbles, marking the first time the Mids have forced and recovered four fumbles since Oct. 5, 1996, when Duke fumbled five times and the Mids recovered four of the five fumbles ... turned in nine tackles, including two tackles for a loss and a sack in Navy’s Homecoming loss to Duke ... was in on five tackles in Navy’s victory over Notre Dame ... added 2.5 tackles for a loss of 12 yards, was credited with a half sack and broke up a pass against the Irish ... turned in three tackles and came up with a fumble recovery, his first of the season, in Navy’s come-from-behind win over SMU ... recorded eight tackles, including three tackles for a loss of 14 yards, against Wake Forest ... stripped RB Brandon Pendergrass in the opening quarter with teammate Aaron McCauley recovering ... recorded six tackles at Air Force ... turned in six tackles, including a tackle for a loss of five yards and a half sack for a loss of four yards ... helped stymie Louisiana Tech in the second half to lead Navy to the road win ... the Mids held their first two opponents to a total of 47 yards passing (11 by Maryland and 36 by Georgia Southern) ... it’s the first time since 1979 that Navy has held the opposition to below 50 yards passing in back-to-back games ... was spectacular on defense against Georgia Southern in the home-opener ... led the team with nine tackles (one shy of his career high), including 2.5 tackles for a loss of four yards and a half sack ... part of a Navy defense that held Georgia Southern to just 109 yards of total offense ... it’s the fewest yards allowed by a Navy defense since 1997 when Navy held Army to just 87 yards of total offense (84 rushiing and 3 passing) in a 39-7 victory ... held Georgia Southern to eight first downs, the fewest allowed by Navy since 2008 when the Mids held SMU to eight first downs in a 34-7 win ... turned in six tackles against Maryland in the opener, including a half a sack for a loss of five yards (total of 11 with French getting credit for 6 yards) ... eclipsed the 100-tackle milestone for his career with his six-tackle effort against the Terps. * 2009: A starter in 13 of the 14 contests in which he played, he finished the year with 54 tackles (23-31) ... turned in 5.5 tackles for a loss and 3.5 sacks ... broke up a pair of passes and picked off one ... forced two fumbles and recovered one ... member of Navy’s defense that held Missouri, the nation’s 33rd-ranked scoring offense with its 30.3 points per game, to just 13 points in the 2009 Texas Bowl ... it’s third-lowest scoring output of the year and the fewest points since Texas throttled the Tigers 41-7 on Oct. 24 ... after the Tigers scored a TD just 24 seconds into the game, Navy’s defense held Missouri without a touchdown for the remainder of the contest ... assisted on two tackles against the Tigers ... along with inside linebacker Ross Pospisil, led Navy with seven tackles in the win over arch rival Army ... topped the 50-tackle mark for the season with his effort against the Black Knights ... also pitched in a tackle for a loss of three yards ... the Mids held Army to just a field goal in the contest after Ricky Dobbs threw an interception in Navy territory in the first quarter ... Navy’s defense has not allowed an Army touchdown in 12-straight quarters (dating back to 2006) ... furthermore, the Mids did not give up an offensive touchdown to Army or Air Force in 2009 ... made three tackles against Hawai’i, including a sack for a loss of 15 yards ... turned in eight tackles against Delaware in the home finale and was

credited with 1.5 sacks ... his sack against Pat Devlin caused him to fumble the ball and Tuani then scrambled to recover it ... had started 18-straight games dating back to last year’s regular-season game against Wake Forest, but saw that streak snapped at Notre Dame ... though he did not play in the first drive, he came in to play the rest of the contest against the Irish ... produced four tackles, including a sack for a loss of 10 yards, his first sack since his collegiate debut in the 2008 opener against Towson ... that sack set up a safety by the Mids after Craig Schaefer sacked Jimmy Clausen in the end zone with one minute to play in the contest ... Navy’s 14-0 advantage at the half marked the first time since Nov. 1, 1997, that the Mids have led the Irish at the half ... it’s also the first time since Nov. 2, 1974, that Navy has shut out Notre Dame in the opening half ... the Mids’ defense held Temple to just 37 yards passing, the fewest yards since Rice completed all five of its pass attempts for 35 yards on Oct. 23, 2004 ... contributed six tackles, including four solos against the Owls ... Navy’s defense stifled the Wake Forest offense all day, holding the Deacs scoreless in the first quarter and to three points for more than 53 minutes ... turned in six tackles, including a tackle for a loss of two yards against Wake ... assisted on three tackles in Navy’s overtime win against SMU, while also batting down a Mustang pass ... part of a defense that held Rice to just 21 yards on the ground, marking the second time this year the Mids have held an opponent to under 50 yards rushing ... Navy also held Rice to 272 yards of total offense, the third opponent in 2009 that has been held under 300 yards of total offense ... played perhaps his best game of the season against Academy rival Air Force ... was in on a season-high seven tackles and was credited with a forced fumble ... member of the Mids’ defense that did not give up an offensive TD by Air Force and held the Falcons well under its rushing average of 319 yards (183 vs. Navy) ... pitched in a tackle in Navy’s win over Western Kentucky ... recorded three assisted tackles in the Mids’ loss at Pitt ... member of a Navy defensive squad that held Louisiana Tech scoreless for the final 54 minutes of the contest in a 32-14 win by the Mids ... picked off La Tech QB Ross

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held the Mustangs to eight first downs, marking the first time a Navy opponent was held to 10 or fewer first downs since 1999 when Rutgers mustered 10 ... turned in four tackles, including a tackle for a loss of four yards against No. 23 Pitt ... credited with a pass breakup ... jarred the ball loose from Conredge Collins with eight minutes to go in the game and was recovered by teammate Ross Pospisil ... in his first appearance in a service academy contest, he, along with Jeff Deliz, paced the Mids with a career-high 10 tackles at Air Force, including eight solo stops ... turned in a tackle for a loss and forced a fumble for the second straight game ... became the first Navy freshman to start on the defensive line since Bwerani Nettles in 1998 when he was inserted into the starting lineup in place of an injured Michael Walsh at Wake Forest ... finished the game with a then career-high six tackles, including a pair of tackles for a loss ... jarred the ball loose from Riley Skinner with 4:13 to play in the second quarter ... it’s the first forced fumble of his career ... turned in two tackles in the win over Rutgers ... made one stop each at Ball State and Duke ... was spectacular in his first collegiate game, making two tackles, including 1.5 for a loss against Towson in the opener ... credited with 1.5 sacks for 10 yards. * High School / Personal: A 2008 graduate of Brentwood Academy, Tuani was a threesport standout and earned letters in football (3), wrestling (3) and track (2) ... led the football team to the 2006 D-II title behind a 12-1 record ... an All-State (Tenn.) and allcounty football selection in his junior and senior years ... named to the 2008 Dream Team in wrestling ... was the first African-American to be named class president at his school ... high school teammate of fellow Navy football player Mason Graham ... full name is Jabaree Wayne Tuani ... born Nov. 28, 1989, in Honolulu, Hawai’i ... son of Leon McKissack and Elisapeta Tuani ... majoring in general science.

TUANI’S CAREER STATISTICS

Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF 2008 42 9.0-25 1.5-10 0-0 0 1 3 2009 54 5.5-37 3.5-32 1-0 2 1 2 2010 72 15.5-66 5.5-31 0-0 2 1 3 168 30.0-128 10.5-73 1-0 4 3 8 TOTALS Career highs – Tackles: 10 at Air Force (10-4-08) TFL: 3.0 at Wake Forest (10-9-10) Sacks: 1.5 (Three Times; last vs. Central Michigan, 11-13-10) Int.: 1 vs. Louisiana Tech (9-12-09) PBU: 1 (Four Time; last vs. Central Michigan, 11-13-10) FR: 1 (Three Times; last vs. SMU, 10-16-10) FF: 2 at East Carolina (11-6-10)

TUANI GAME-BY-GAME

Jenkins at the Bulldog’s 46-yard line ... it was his first career interception ... batted down La Tech’s pass at the line of scrimmage with under 20 seconds remaining in the opening quarter ... it was his first collegiate pass broken up ... was in on three stops against No. 6 Ohio State in the Mids’ opener. * 2008: Capped off a phenomenal freshman campaign by being named the ECAC Rookie of the Year by the head football coaches on the Eastern Seaboard ... Tuani was selected over freshmen from Connecticut, West Virginia, Pitt, Rutgers, Penn State, West Virginia, Temple, Syracuse, Boston College, Buffalo and Army ... joins an impressive list of past winners that includes Michael Vick (Virginia Tech), Larry Fitzgerald (Pitt), Chris Henry (Pitt), Steve Slaton (West Virginia) and LeSean McCoy (Pitt) ... named a Second-Team Freshman All-American by Phil Steele's College Football Magazine ... played in all 13 contests but did not garner his first start until the fifth game of the season, led Navy with nine tackles for a loss and was tied for the team high with three forced fumbles ... his 42 tackles were just two behind Nate Frazier for the most tackles among defensive linemen ... turned in three tackles against Wake Forest in the EagleBank Bowl ... was in on one tackle in leading the Midshipmen to a 34-0 win over the Black Knights, as well as their sixth-consecutive Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy win ... it’s the first time Navy has pitched back-to-back shutouts since 1986 ... it’s also the first shutout against Army since 1978 (28-0) ... also credited with a half a tackle for a loss of one yard against the Black Knights ... contributed a tackle in Navy’s 16-0 win over Northern Illinois ... it’s the first shutout Navy’s defense has pitched since Sept. 18, 2004, when the Mids beat Tulsa on the road, 29-0 ... it was the first time the Huskies have been shut out since 1999 against Iowa (24-0) ... recovered his first collegiate fumble in the first half of the Notre Dame game, after teammate Corey Johnson sacked QB Jimmy Clausen ... contributed seven tackles, including five solo stops ... also produced two tackles for a loss of six yards ... turned in a pair of tackles in Navy’s comeback win over Temple on Senior Day ... was in on two solo tackles in the win over SMU, including a loss of one yard ... the defense held SMU to -13 yards rushing, the first team to post negative rushing yards against the Mids since Pitt in 1978 ... it also

Game (Date) U-A-TT Towson (8-30-08) 1-1-2 at Ball State (9-5-08) 0-1-1 at Duke (9-13-08) 0-1-1 Rutgers (9-20-08) 0-2-2 at Wake Forest (9-27-08) 5-1-6 at Air Force (10-4-08) 8-2-10 Pitt (10-18-08) 3-1-4 SMU (10-25-08) 2-0-2 Temple (11-1-08) 1-1-2 vs. Notre Dame (11-15-08) 5-2-7 at N. Illinois (11-25-08) 1-0-1 vs. Army (12-6-08) 0-1-1 vs. Wake Forest (12-20-08) 2-1-3 at Ohio State (9-5-09) Louisiana Tech (9-12-09) at Pitt (9-19-09) W. Kentucky (9-26-09) Air Force (10-3-09) at Rice (10-10-09) at SMU (10-17-09) Wake Forest (10-24-09) Temple (10-31-09) at Notre Dame (11-7-09) Delaware (11-14-09) at Hawai’i (11-28-09) vs. Army (12-12-09) vs. Missouri (12-31-09)

vs. Maryland (9-6-10) Ga. Southern (9-11-10) at Louisiana Tech (9-18-10) at Air Force (10-2-10) at Wake Forest (10-9-10) SMU (10-16-10) vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) Duke (10-30-10) at East Carolina (11-6-10) C. Michigan (11-13-10) Arkansas State (11-20-10) vs. Army (12-11-10) at San Diego St. (12-23-10)

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1-2-3 0-1-1 0-3-3 0-1-1 4-3-7 0-0-0 0-3-3 2-4-6 4-2-6 2-2-4 5-3-8 3-0-3 2-5-7 0-2-2

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

TFL-Yds Sacks 1.5-10 1.5-10 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2.0-2 0-0 1.0-1 0-0 1.0-4 0-0 1.0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2.0-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0.5-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1.0-2 0-0 1.0-10 1.5-7 1.0-15 1.0-3 0-0

0.5-5 2.5-4 1.0-5 0-0 3.0-14 0-0 2.5-12 2.0-3 1.0-7 2.0-6 0-0 1.0-10 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1.0-10 1.5-7 1.0-15 0-0 0-0 0.5-5 0.5-1 0.5-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0.5-3 1.0-2 0-0 1.5-6 0-0 1.0-10 0-0

Int 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PBU 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

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

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

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

FR Blk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

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

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


PLAYER PROFILES

#96 BRIAN ACKERMAN

Sr • Long Snapper • 5-11 • 188 • Oldsmar, Fla.

* At Navy: Entering his third year as the starting long snapper ... has been consistent his first two seasons ... entered his sophomore season as a virtual unknown and ended up winning the long snapper job and has started every game since ... Academic AllAmerica candidate ... has earned two varsity letters. * 2010: Saw action in all 13 contests as the Mids’ long snapper ... recorded his lone tackle of the season in Navy’s win over Arkansas State. * 2009: Saw action in every game as the team’s long snapper, including making his collegiate debut in the ‘09 opener against sixth-ranked Ohio State ... credited with a tackle in the Mids’ win over Notre Dame ... nearly came up with a fumble recovery in the Air Force game. * 2008: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2008 graduate of Clearwater Central Catholic High School, Ackerman was a three-year letterwinner in football playing both linebacker and long snapper ... member of the team that claimed the regional title in 2005 ... led the football team to back-to-back district crowns in 2006 and `07 ... served as team captain his senior year ... named the team's most valuable defensive player following his senior season ... member of the National, Spanish and Math Honor Societies ... full name is Brian Patrick Ackerman ... born Feb. 28, 1990, in New Jersey ... son of Tim and Marilee Ackerman ... majoring in economics ... carries a 3.51 GPA.

#85 MATT AIKEN

So • Wide Receiver • 6-0 • 190 • Roanoke, Va.

* At Navy: Coming off a solid freshman campaign ... has good size and speed ... will contend for a starting job during fall camp ... has probably the best hands among Navy’s receivers ... has earned one varsity letter. * 2010: Played in 12 of the 13 contests, including making his first-collegiate appearance in Navy’s homeopening victory over Georgia Southern ... replaced an injured Gary Myers in the lineup as the Mids’ punt returner against Army and San Diego State, although he did not return a punt in either game ... caught a 61yard pass from Ricky Dobbs at Wake Forest, but it was brought back after a John Dowd hold ... his 31yard reception (0:29, 1st Qtr) at East Carolina was called back after the official said he did not get a knee in bounds ... turned in a tackle in the Arkansas State game following a John Howell fumble. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Hidden Valley High School, Aiken attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... a fouryear letterwinner, who was a three-time First-Team All-State (Va.) selection as a wide receiver ... also named a first-team all-region and all-district pick at wide receiver his junior and senior years ... garnered second-team all-state kudos as a safety in his each of his last two seasons ... named the co-offensive MVP at NAPS ... attended three different high schools over four years - Hidden Valley HS, North Cross HS and Cave Spring HS ... brother, Danny, played football at Virginia ... full name is Matthew Guy Aiken ... born Oct. 5, 1990, in Middlebury, Vt. ... son of Douglas and Vicki Aiken ... majoring in economics.

#80 BRUCE ANDREWS

Sr • Wide Receiver • 6-0 • 189 • Kailua, Hawai’i

* At Navy: Had a solid spring camp and will contend for playing time in the fall ... hard worker ... a solid blocker and has good hands. * 2010: Did not see any varsity action. * 2009: Did not see any varsity action. * 2008: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2008 graduate of Kalaheo High School ... earned two letters in football and two in basketball ... was named First-Team All-State by the Honolulu Star-Advertiser and Third-Team All-State by the Honolulu Star-Bulletin as a senior ... was the Kalaheo High School Athlete of the Year as a senior ... his brother, Mike, played defensive line at Nevada-Reno ... full name is Bruce Anthony Andrews ... born Aug. 22, 1990, in Honolulu, Hawai’i ... son of Michael and Elisa Andrews ... majoring in general science.

#78 ANDREW BARKER

Jr • Offensive Tackle • 6-4 • 257 • High Point, N.C.

* At Navy: Enters the fall listed as a co-starter at left tackle with David Sumrall ... had a good spring camp and took advantage of a Sumrall injury to elevate himself into the picture at offensive tackle ... a hard worker ... smart football player who continues to improve. * 2010: Did not see any varsity action. * 2007: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2007 graduate of Southwest Guilford High School ... after his plebe year went on a two-year church mission in the Caribbean ... earned three letters in football and two each in baseball and wrestling ... earned all-county honors as a senior ... was a member of the National Honor Society ... full name is Andrew Curtis Barker ... born Sept. 24, 1989, in Fairfax, Va. ... son of Curtis and Kim Barker ... majoring in american politics and law.

#64 RYAN BASFORD

Sr • Offensive Tackle • 6-5 • 270 • Jacksonville, Fla.

* At Navy: Enters the fall as a returning starter at right tackle ... entered last fall as the backup to Matt Molloy, but ended up starting 11 games after Molloy was lost for the year with a concussion ... continued to improve throughout the year and ended up as one of Navy’s better offensive linemen ... has good size and mobility ... has earned one varsity letter. * 2010: A starter at right tackle in 11 contests, including each of the last nine ... saw action in all 13 games ... member of Navy’s offensive unit that finished the season ranked sixth in the country in rushing offense (284.77 yds/gm) and ninth in pass efficiency (156.65) ... allowed Ricky Dobbs to rush for 107 yards against San Diego State in the Poinsettia Bowl, marking his 13th-career 100-yard rushing day, while also moving into fifth on Navy’s career rushing list ... held the Army defense at bay, allowing Ricky Dobbs to throw a pair of touchdowns, including a 77-yard pass to John Howell in the first quarter ... it was the longest pass play in Army-Navy series history ... the line helped pave the way for Ricky Dobbs to become the NCAA record holder for rushing touchdowns by a QB in back-to-back years, as he scored three TDs in the Mids’ home finale against Arkansas State ... the Mids’ line enabled Kriss Proctor to become 19th different QB in program history to rush for 100 yards in a game and only the sixth different QB in Navy history to rush for 200 yards ... Proctor’s 201 yards on 20 carries is the 10th-best ground gain by a Navy quarterback in school history ... it’s the first time in program history that Navy has produced two different 200-yard rushers in a single season ... fullback Alexander Teich rushed for a career-best 210 yards on 26 carries in Navy’s win over Notre Dame and Proctor finished CMU game with 201 yards ... Navy’s offense put up 76 points in the win over East Carolina, setting a modern day scoring record ... it’s the most points scored by the Mids since Navy defeated Colby, 121-0, on Nov. 15, 1919 ... Navy finished the game with a season-high 521 yards rushing, marking the first time the Mids have topped the 500-yard rushing milestone since Aug. 30, 2008, when the Mids ran for 558 yards against Towson ... it’s tied as the fifth-best rushing performance in school history ... ... Navy’s 596 yards of total offense marks its best offensive day since finishing with 602 yards against Towson on Aug. 30, 2008 ... it goes down as the 16th-most yards (tied) in program history ... it also paved the way for Ricky Dobbs to score his program-record 45th-career touchdown ... not only did the line give QB Ricky Dobbs time to complete 13 of his 27 attempts against Duke for a career-high 227 yards, Navy scored 24 points in the fourth quarter ... Dobbs also ran in a five-yarder to become the school’s all-time leader in career rushing TDs with 44 and also became the Mids’ all-time leading scorer with 266 points ... opened up holes for fullback Alexander Teich to rush for a career-high 210 yards against Notre Dame, the first 200-yard rushing game by a Navy fullback in program history and the most rushing yards by a Navy player in series history ... as a team, Navy rushed for four TDs, including three by QB Ricky Dobbs ... returned to the starting lineup against Wake Forest after Matt Molloy suffered another concussion against Air Force ... part of a line that paved the way for QB Ricky Dobbs to run for two touchdowns ... the line handled a much bigger Wake defense, giving Dobbs time to throw for an another two TDs, including a 6-yard strike to Greg Jones for the game-winning score with just 26 seconds remaining in the game ... helped Navy’s offense accumulate 516 yards of total offense (297 rush, 219 pass) against Louisiana Tech in what was the Mids’ best performance since the 2009 Rice contest when Navy put up 537 yards of total offense (471 yards rush, 66 pass) ... Navy’s 219 yards passing against the Bulldogs marked the first time since Sept. 22, 2007 vs. Duke (304 rush, 236 pass) that the Mids have thrown and rushed for over 200 yards .... it’s also the most yards passing by the Mids since that same game ... made his first-collegiate start in Navy’s win over Georgia Southern in the Mids’ home-opener ... saw action in the second half of the Maryland contest ... helped pave the way for the Mids to rush for 412 yards in their opener.

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* 2009: Played in two games ... made his collegiate debut in Navy’s home-opener against Louisiana Tech where as a member of the offensive line, he helped pave the way for Navy’s rushing attack to score four rushing TDs ... also saw action in the Mids’ loss at Pitt. * 2008: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2007 graduate of Bishop Kenny High School, Basford attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2007-08 academic year ... lettered three times as a defensive end and tight end for the football team ... garnered all-city recognition in his senior year and was named his team's most valuable offensive player ... played in the Florida North-South Shrine Bowl ... served as team captain his senior year ... uncle, Randy Reagor, was a standout track athlete at the University of Florida ... full name is Michael Ryan Basford ... born Dec. 25, 1988, in Jacksonville, Fla. ... son of Mike and Janine Basford ... majoring in economics.

#74 THOMAS BATCHELDER

Sr • Defensive End • 6-2 • 237 • Virginia Beach, Va.

* At Navy: Enters the fall looking to add depth along the defensive line ... has been a valuable member of the scout team over the last three years ... has a strong work ethic. * 2010: Did not see any varsity action. * 2009: Did not see any varsity action. * 2008: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2007 graduate of First Colonial High School, Batchelder attended Hargrave Military Academy during the 2007-08 academic year ... earned four letters in football and one in wrestling at First Colonial and also played on the football team at Hargrave ... was a two-time team captain on his high school football team and was also selected First Team All-District twice ... was All-Tidewater at linebacker his senior campaign ... was a member of the National Honor Society for two years ... his brother, Gerald, played football at Georgetown ... full name is Thomas Bret Batchelder ... born Dec. 3, 1988, in Lemoore, Calif. ... son of Bret and Connie Batchelder ... his father is a naval aviator ... majoring in oceanography and has a 3.06 grade-point average.

#5 BRIAN BLICK

Sr • Safety • 5-11 • 185 • Greenville, N.C.

PLAYER PROFILES

#44 MAX BLUE

Sr • Inside Linebacker • 6-0 • 200 • Carrollton, Texas

* At Navy: Enters the fall battling Matt Brewer for one of the starting jobs at inside linebacker ... one of Navy’s biggest hitters ... coming off a solid junior campaign ... has good speed and is always around the football ... missed spring ball after having wrist surgery on Jan. 5 ... was also recovering from a neck injury he suffered in the fall ... should be ready to go for the start of fall camp ... has earned two varsity letters. * 2010: Played in eight games, starting five of them ... closed out his junior year sixth on the team in tackles with 58 despite missing five of the last six games ... also contributed one tackle for a loss and an interception ... sat out the last three contests (Arkansas State, Army and San Diego State) with a neck injury ... returned to the starting lineup against Central Michigan after missing the Duke and East Carolina games with a hip and back injury ... led the Mids with 12 tackles against Central Michigan... contributed five tackles and his first-career pass break-up in the Mids’ win over Notre Dame ... turned in six tackles, including four solo stops in Navy’s victory over SMU ... posted seven tackles in the win over Wake Forest ... making his first-collegiate start, he turned in a career-best effort against Air Force where he produced a Navy-high 15 tackles, including a half a tackle for a loss ... it was the first time a Navy player recorded 15 tackles since Jeff Deliz turned in 17 tackles against Notre Dame in 2008 ... after a career-high six tackle effort against Georgia Southern, returned to the field the following week at Louisiana Tech to better that mark with seven tackles, including a half a tackle for a loss of two yards ... picked off Louisiana Tech QB Colby Cameron at the La Tech 45-yard line with under two minutes to play in the game, extinguishing the hopes of a La Tech comeback ... it was Navy’s second interception of the day and his first-collegiate pick ... collectively, Navy held Louisiana Tech scoreless in the second half ... the Mids held their first two opponents to a total of 47 yards passing (11 by Maryland and 36 by Georgia Southern) ...saw his most extensive action in a Navy uniform in the Mids’ home-opener against Georgia Southern ... turned in a then career-high six tackles, including four solo stops, after coming into the contest having made just six total tackles ... part of a Navy defense that held Georgia Southern to just 109 yards of total offense ... it’s the fewest yards allowed by a Navy defense since 1997 when Navy held Army to just 87 yards of total offense (84 rushing and 3 passing) in a 39-7 victory ... held Georgia Southern to eight first downs, the fewest allowed by Navy since 2008 when

BLUE’S CAREER STATISTICS

* At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at safety ... did not particpate in spring drills after having off-season surgery on his right knee ... expected to be fully recovered by the start of fall camp ... intelligent football player who knows the system ... has a great attitude and is a team player ... came to Navy as a quarterback before switching to safety. * 2010: Saw action in two games, playing 20 plays against East Carolina and three against Arkansas State ... broke up a pass against East Carolina. * 2009: Played in one game ... made his collegiate debut against Rice. * 2008: Did not see any varsity action * High School / Personal: A 2007 graduate of J.H. Rose High School, Blick attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2007-08 academic year ... lettered four times and led his high school to four consecutive Class 4A state titles with a combined 60-4 record ... with Blick as its starting quarterback, the team posted a 32-0 record ... garnered first-team all-area recognition as a junior and senior ... named the offensive MVP for the 2006 state title games ... selected as the 2006 Daily Reflector Offensive Player of the Year ... served as team captain his senior season ... named the J.H. Rose Outstanding Male Athlete of the Year in 2007 ... member of the National Honor Society ... brother, Jeff, played baseball at Campbell (2002-05) and father, Joe, was a standout baseball player at UNC Wilmington ... full name is Brian Patrick Blick ... born Aug. 28, 1989, in Greenville, N.C. ... son of Joe and Mary Blick ... majoring in history.

Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF 2008 -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -2009 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2010 58 1.0-3 0-0 1-0 1 0 0 TOTALS 64 1.0-3 0-0 1-0 1 0 0 Career highs -- Tackles: 15 at Air Force (10-2-10) TFL: 0.5 (Twice; last at Air Force, 10-210) Sacks: 0 Int.: 1 at Louisiana Tech (9-18-10) PBU: 1 vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) FR: 0 FF: 0

BLUE GAME-BY-GAME Game (Date) at Ohio State (9-5-09) Louisiana Tech (9-12-09) Pitt (9-19-09) at W. Kentucky (9-26-09) Air Force (10-3-09) at Rice (10-10-09) at SMU (10-17-09) Wake Forest (10-24-09) Temple (10-31-09) at Notre Dame (11-7-09) Delaware (11-14-09) at Hawai’i (11-28-09) vs. Army (12-12-09) vs. Missouri (12-31-09)

U-A-TT 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

vs. Maryland (9-6-10) 0-0-0 Ga. Southern (9-11-10) 4-2-6 at Louisiana Tech (9-18-10) 2-5-7 at Air Force (10-2-10) 6-9-15 at Wake Forest (10-9-10) 4-3-7 SMU (10-16-10) 4-2-6 vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) 3-2-5 Duke (10-30-10) at East Carolina (11-6-10) C. Michigan (11-13-10) 6-6-12 Arkansas State (11-20-10) vs. Army (12-11-10) at San Diego St. (12-23-10)

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TFL-Yds Sacks 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0.5-2 0.5-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Int 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PBU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 1-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 1 -- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play -0-0 0 0 -- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play --

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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PLAYER PROFILES

the Mids held SMU to eight first downs in a 34-7 win ... part of the Navy defensive unit that held the Terps to just 133 yards over the final three quarters, after allowing Maryland to rush for 139 yards and two touchdowns in the first quarter. * 2009: A member of the Mids’ special teams unit, he saw action in all 14 games ... finished the year with six tackles ... contributed a career-high tying two tackles in Navy’s win over Notre Dame ... was in on a pair of tackles in the Mids’ win over Rice ... contributed his first career tackle in the Mids’ overtime win against Air Force ... made his collegiate debut as in Navy’s opener against No. 6 Ohio State. * 2008: Did not seen any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2007 graduate of Hebron High School, Blue attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2007-08 academic year ... lettered three times as a linebacker and tight end for the football team ... led Hebron High to the 2005 Class 4A Texas State Championship behind a 16-0 record ... a Third-Team All-State (Texas) selection in his junior and senior years ... received all-district honors twice, including being named the district's MVP in 2006 ... brother, Hunter, played football at the Merchant Marine Academy ... cousin, Lisa Steinmetz, is a 2003 graduate of the Naval Academy and served as the team captain of the women's basketball team (`02-03) ... full name is William Maxwell Blue ... born Feb. 8, 1989, in Houston, Texas ... son of David and Linda Blue ... majoring in economics.

#62 ALEX BODDIFORD

Sr • Offensive Guard • 6-5 • 275 • Forest Hill, Md.

* At Navy: Enters the fall looking to add depth along the offensive line ... has good size and mobility ... knows the offense and blocking schemes. * 2010: Saw his first career action against Arkansas State, playing two plays. * 2009: Did not see any varsity action. * 2008: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2007 graduate of Loyola Blakefield High School, Boddiford attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2007-08 academic year ... earned three letters in football at Loyola Blakefield ... team won back-to-back conference championships as a junior and senior and compiled a 20-2 record ... was named All-State as a senior ... full name is Alexander Joseph Boddiford ... born on Christmas Day in 1988 in Towson, Md. ... son of Joseph and Bridget Boddiford ... his dad is a 1983 graduate of the Naval Academy and was a member of the lacrosse team for two seasons ... majoring in economics.

#88 CASEY BOLENA

So • Wide Receiver • 6-2 • 200 • Phoenix, Ariz.

* At Navy: Enters the fall competing for a starting job at wide receiver ... had a great spring ... has good size and speed ... can catch the ball and is a solid blocker. * 2010: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Desert Vista High School ... attended the Naval Academy Prep School ...earned three varsity letters in football and two in track at Desert Vista ... the track team won NIKE High School National Championships his junior and senior year ... was named Second Team All-State in football as a senior ... full name is Casey Daniel Bolena ... born on Nov. 6, 1990 in Anchorage, Alaska ... son of Gary and Stephanie Bolena and Michael and Michelle Scearce ... majoring in oceanography.

#87 HAL BOWRON

* At Navy: Enters the fall in a battle for one of the starting inside linebacker spots ... was a key special teams performer a year ago ... has good speed and plays with a nasty disposition... possesses good football instincts ... has earned one varsity letter. * 2010: Saw action in 11 games, including making his collegiate debut as a member of special teams in Navy’s win over Louisiana Tech ... turned in a pair of tackles on special teams in the Mids’ win over Notre Dame ... recorded a tackle in the win over East Carolina and in Navy’s home finale against Arkansas State. * 2009: Did not see any varsity action * High School / Personal: A 2008 graduate of Lafayette High School, Brewer attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2008-09 academic year ... two-sport standout, he earned letters in wrestling (4) and football (3) ... led Lafayette to district football titles in 2006 and `08 ... twice named all-county, while also being named an All-State (Mo.) performer following his senior year ... earned All-State wrestling honors as a junior (189 lbs) and senior (215 lbs) ... served as team captain of both the football and wrestling teams his junior and senior years ... played against Navy teammate Matt Warrick in high school ... full name is Matthew Hamilton Brewer ... born Aug. 8, 1989, in Ann Arbor, Mich. ... son of Todd and Beth McCartney ... majoring in political science.

BREWER’S CAREER STATISTICS

Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF 2009 -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -2010 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0 0 TOTALS 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0 0 Career highs -- Tackles: 2 vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) TFL: 0 Sacks: 0 Int.: 0 PBU: 0 FR: 0 FF: 0

BREWER GAME-BY-GAME

Game (Date) U-A-TT vs. Maryland (9-6-10) Ga. Southern (9-11-10) at Louisiana Tech (9-18-10) 0-0-0 at Air Force (10-2-10) 0-0-0 at Wake Forest (10-9-10) 0-0-0 SMU (10-16-10) 0-0-0 vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) 2-0-2 Duke (10-30-10) 0-0-0 at East Carolina (11-6-10) 0-1-1 C. Michigan (11-13-10) 0-0-0 Arkansas State (11-20-10) 1-0-1 vs. Army (12-11-10) 0-0-0 at San Diego St. (12-23-10) 0-0-0

TFL-Yds Sacks Int -- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play -0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0

PBU

FF

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

#72 TRAVIS BRIDGES

FR Blk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

So • Offensive Guard • 6-0 • 300 • Hollywood, Fla.

Sr • Wide Receiver • 6-1 • 195 • Mountain Brook, Ala.

* At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at wide receiver ... had a solid spring camp ... knows the offense and has a chance to be a contributor. * 2010: Did not see any varsity action. * 2009: Did not see any varsity action. * 2008: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2008 graduate of Mountain Brook High School ... earned three varsity letters in football and one in baseball ... was All-State (Ala.) in football as well as being team captain and team MVP ... full name is Harold Alfred Bowron IV ... born on Feb. 4, 1990 in Birmingham ... son of Harold and Sandy Bowron ... majoring in general engineering.

#38 MATT BREWER

Jr • Inside Linebacker • 6-0 • 228 • Wildwood, Mo.

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* At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at left guard ... has good size and mobility ... outstanding prospect ... missed a large part of spring practice with a dislocated elbow, but is expected to be healthy for fall camp. * 2010: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of Chaminade-Madonna College Prep ... earned a varsity letter in football at South Broward High School and two letters at Chaminade-Madonna College Prep ... also earned one varsity letter in wrestling at Chaminade ... football team was district champs his senior year with a 12-1 record ... was named Second-Team All-State and First-Team All-Broward County as a senior ... enjoys playing the saxophone ... his first cousin is Timothy Hightower, the outstanding running back for the Arizona Cardinals ... full name is Travis Scott Bridges ... born on Nov. 18, 1991 in Fayetteville, N.C. ... son of Travis Bridges Sr. ... his biological mother passed away at a young age and he was raised by his father and stepmother, Beverley Bridges ... majoring in oceanography.

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PLAYER PROFILES

#9 TRA’VES BUSH

Jr • Safety • 5-10 • 192 • Johnston, S.C.

* At Navy: Enters the fall listed as a starter at rover ... a good athlete and has better than average speed ... has been a valuable player on special teams the last two seasons ... has earned one varsity letter. * 2010: Played in all 13 contests, while making one start ... finished the year with 44 tackles, an interception returned for 32 yards and a fumble recovery ... produced four tackles in Navy’s Poinsettia Bowl loss to San Diego State ... contributed a pair of tackles in Navy’s 31-17 victory over Army ... made his first-career start at inside linebacker in Navy’s win over Arkansas State ... along with Tyler Simmons, led the Mids with nine tackles, including seven solo stops ... picked off Arkansas St. QB Ryan Aplin in the fourth (2:15) and returned it 32 yards ... it was his first-career interception ... posted four tackles against Central Michigan, including three solo stops ... primarily a member of the Mids’ special teams, he earned his first-career start at East Carolina where he made a career-high 14 tackles ... the 14 tackles were more than he had amassed the entire season before that game (11) ... he also recovered a fumble ... part of a defensive unit that forced four East Carolina fumbled, marking the first time the Mids have forced and recovered four fumbles since Oct. 5, 1996, when Duke fumbled five times and the Mids recovered four of the five fumbles ... contributed one tackle in Navy’s Homecoming loss to Duke ... posted a career-high tying three tackles on special teams in Navy’s victory over Notre Dame ... turned in a solo tackle on special teams against SMU ... added a solo tackle at Air Force ... turned in a career-high tying three tackles at Louisiana Tech ... recorded a pair of solo tackles against Maryland. * 2009: Played in 11 contests primarily as a member of special teams ... turned in one tackle against Missouri in leading the Mids to a Texas Bowl win ... made a solo tackle against Hawai’i ... returned to the field for the Mids’ final home game of the year against Delaware after sitting out the Wake Forest, Temple and Notre Dame games with an ankle injury suffered against SMU ... made two solo tackles on special teams against the Blue Hens ... was in on a career-high three tackles at Rice ... made one tackle on special teams in the Mids’ win over Western Kentucky ... stripped Pitt’s Antwuan Reed on the opening kickoff, however the Panthers were able to recover and go on to score a TD ... pitched in a tackle against Pitt ... turned in a solo tackle in his collegiate debut in the Mids’ season opener against sixth-ranked Ohio State.

BUSH’S CAREER STATISTICS

Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF 2009 11 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 2010 44 0-0 0-0 1-32 0 1 0 TOTALS 55 0-0 0-0 1-32 0 1 1 Career highs -- Tackles: 14 at East Carolina (11-6-10) TFL: 0 Sacks: 0 Int.: 1 vs. Arkansas State (11-20-10) PBU: 0, FR: 1 at East Carolina (11-6-10) FF: 1 at Pitt (9-1909)

BUSH GAME-BY-GAME Game (Date) at Ohio State (9-5-09) Louisiana Tech (9-12-09) at Pitt (9-19-09) W. Kentucky (9-26-09) Air Force (10-3-09) at Rice (10-10-09) at SMU (10-17-09) Wake Forest (10-24-09) Temple (10-31-09) at Notre Dame (11-7-09) Delaware (11-14-09) at Hawai’i (11-28-09) vs. Army (12-12-09) vs. Missouri (12-31-09)

U-A-TT 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 2-1-3 0-1-1 2-0-2 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1

vs. Maryland (9-6-10) 2-0-2 Ga. Southern (9-11-10) 0-0-0 at Louisiana Tech (9-18-10) 3-0-3 at Air Force (10-2-10) 1-0-1 at Wake Forest (10-9-10) 0-0-0 SMU (10-16-10) 1-0-1 vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) 3-0-3 Duke (10-30-10) 1-0-1 at East Carolina (11-6-10) 1-13-14 C. Michigan (11-13-10) 3-1-4 Arkansas State (11-20-10) 7-2-9 vs. Army (12-11-10) 1-1-2 at San Diego St. (12-23-10) 3-1-4

TFL-Yds Sacks Int 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 -- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play -0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-32 0 0

PBU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FR Blk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

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* High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Strom Thurmond High School, Bush was a three-sport standout earning letters in basketball (3), football (3) and track & field (1) ... an all-region performer in all three sports his senior season, including being named the region’s defensive player of the year in football ... named the Aiken Standard Defensive Player of Year, as well as the Augusta Chronicle Player of the Year ... an all-area performer (LB/RB), who also was named All-State (S.C.) ... recipient of the Deon Grant Player of the Year award ... played in the South Carolina North-South AllStar Football Game as a senior ... led the football team to region championships in 2006 and ‘08 ... basketball team won region titles in 2007 and ‘09 ... graduated with honors, he was ranked 12th out of 183 students in his class ... served as the Beta Club President ... full name is Tra’ves Lascott Bush ... born March 10, 1991, in Greenwood, S.C. ... son of Scotty Brown and Sabrina Bush-Brown ... majoring in economics.

#65 JOSH CABRAL

Jr • Offensive Guard • 6-3 • 270 • Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif.

* At Navy: Enters the fall as a starter at left guard ... coming off a sensational sophomore campaign ... has a chance to be one of Navy’s best guards in recent memory ... has unlimited ability ... possesses good size and feet ... is “football” smart ... All-East candidate ... has earned one varsity letter. * 2010: A starter at left guard in all 13 games ... member of Navy’s offensive unit that finished the season ranked sixth in the country in rushing offense (284.77 yds/gm) and ninth in pass efficiency (156.65) ... allowed Ricky Dobbs to rush for 107 yards against San Diego State in the Poinsettia Bowl, marking his 13thcareer 100-yard rushing day, while also moving into fifth on Navy’s career rushing list ... Dobbs also threw his school-record 13th touchdown pass of the season, a 30-yarder to Greg Jones in the second quarter ... held the Army defense at bay, allowing QB Ricky Dobbs to throw a pair of touchdowns, including a 77-yard pass to John Howell in the first quarter ... it was the longest pass play in ArmyNavy series history ... the line helped pave the way for QB Ricky Dobbs to become the NCAA record holder for rushing touchdowns by a QB in back-to-back years, as he scored three TDs in the Mids’ home finale against Arkansas State ... with 154 yards on the ground and 164 yards through the air, Dobbs became the first player to rush and pass for 100 yards since he accomplished the feat against Missouri last year in the Texas Bowl (130 pass, 166 rush) ... the Mids’ line enabled Kriss Proctor to become 19th different QB in program history to rush for 100 yards in a game and only the sixth different QB in Navy history to rush for 200 yards ... Proctor’s 201 yards on 20 carries is the 10th-best ground gain by a Navy quarterback in school history and the most since Ricky Dobbs ran for 224 yards on 42 carries in Navy’s win over SMU in 2008 ... it’s the first time in program history that Navy has produced two different 200-yard rushers in a single season ... fullback Alexander Teich rushed for a career-best 210 yards on 26 carries in Navy’s win over Notre Dame and Proctor finished CMU game with 201 yards ... Navy’s offense put up 76 points in the win over East Carolina, setting a modern day scoring record ... it’s the most points scored by the Mids since Navy defeated Colby, 121-0, on Nov. 15, 1919 ...Navy finished the game with a season-high 521 yards rushing, marking the first time the Mids have topped the 500-yard rushing milestone since Aug. 30, 2008, when the Mids ran for 558 yards against Towson ... it’s tied as the fifthbest rushing performance in school history ... Navy’s 596 yards of total offense marks its best offensive day since finishing with 602 yards against Towson on Aug. 30, 2008 ... it goes down as the 16th-most yards (tied) in program history ... it also paved the way for Ricky Dobbs to score his program-record 45th-career touchdown ... not only did the line give QB Ricky Dobbs time to complete 13 of his 27 attempts against Duke for a career-high 227 yards, Navy scored 24 points in the fourth quarter ... Dobbs also ran in a five-yarder to become the school’s all-time leader in career rushing TDs with 44 and became the Mids’ all-time leading scorer with 266 points ...opened up holes for fullback Alexander Teich to rush for a career-high 210 yards against Notre Dame, the first 200-yard rushing game by a Navy fullback in program history and the most rushing yards by a Navy player in series history ... as a team, Navy rushed for four TDs, including three by QB Ricky Dobbs ... part of a line that paved the way for QB Ricky Dobbs to run for two touchdowns against Wake Forest ... it also held a much bigger Demon Deacon defense at bay, giving Dobbs time to throw for an another two TDs, including a 6-yard strike to Greg Jones for the game-winning score with just 26 seconds remaining in the game ... helped Navy’s offense accumulate 516 yards of total offense (297 rush, 219 pass) against Louisiana Tech in what was the Mids’ best performance since the 2009 Rice contest ... Navy’s 219 yards passing against the Bulldogs marked the first time since Sept. 22, 2007 vs. Duke (304 rush, 236 pass) that the Mids have thrown and rushed for over 200 yards .... it’s also the most yards passing by the Mids since that same game ... making just his second appearance and his first-collegiate starter, he helped pave the way for the Mids to rush for 412 yards in their opener against Maryland. * 2009: Saw action in one game, playing 15 plays against Rice. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Tesoro High School, Cabral was a twosport standout earning letters in football (3) and track & field (2) ... Third-Team All-State (Calif.) selection his senior year, he also received All-CIF, All-Orange County and all-

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league honors ... led Tesoro HS to back-to-back (2007-08) league titles in football with a combined 20-5 record ... served as team captain of the football team his senior year ... mother, Susan (Stapler), was a member of the first class of women to graduate from the Naval Academy, the Class of 1980 ... she was a three-year letterwinner in volleyball, serving as team captain her sophomore and senior years, while also lettering once in basketball ... full name is Joshua Kekoa Cabral ... born Nov. 3, 1990, in San Diego, Calif. ... son of Dan and Susan Cabral ... majoring in ocean engineering.

#61 EVAN CAMPBELL

Jr • Offensive Tackle • 6-4 • 258 • Pasadena, Md.

* At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at right tackle ... had a strong fall camp to earn a spot on the preseason depth chart ... has good size. * 2010: Did not see any varsity action. * 2009: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2008 graduate of Chesapeake High School, Campbell attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2008-09 academic year ... earned two letters in football and two in track & field ... was the county discus champion (146’2”) and the region shot put champion (46’3”) ... was team captain of the football team and was first-team allcounty as a senior ... full name is Evan Michael Campbell ... born Sept. 12, 1990, in Cleveland, Ohio ... son of Michael and Michelle Campbell ... his father is a retired Marine Colonel ... lived in seven different cities in the U.S. growing up ... majoring in history.

#35 PRENTICE CHRISTIAN Jr • Fullback • 5-11 • 209 • Bowie, Md.

* At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart ... has good size and speed ... has good vision when carrying the ball ... will be in a battle with Delvin Diggs for playing time. * 2010: Did not see any varsity action. * 2009: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2008 graduate of DeMatha Catholic High School, Christian attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2008-09 academic year ... earned four letters in football and two in track & field at DeMatha ... football team was 46-2 in his four years and won four WCAC Championships and was ranked as high as fourth in the nation ... the track team was WCAC Championships both seasons he competed (2007-08) ... was a member of the 4x100 meter relay team that was ranked second in the nation ... was a four-time All-State (Md.) selection in football ... was team captain and offensive MVP his final three years ... full name is Prentice Ashby Christian II ... born Nov. 11, 1989, in Arlington, Va. ... son of Prentice and Ruby Christian ... his father is a principal and his mother is a teacher ... majoring in economics.

#92 BILLY COATS

Jr • Long Snapper • 6-4 • 225 • Minden, Nev.

* At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at long snapper ... has been solid in practice and is ready to step in for starter Brian Ackerman if necessary. * 2010: Did not see any varsity action. * 2009: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2008 graduate of Stevenson School in Pebble Beach, Calif. ... spent a year at the Naval Academy Prep School ... attended Douglas High School as a freshman and junior and the Stevenson School as a sophomore and senior ... two-year football letterwinner who helped lead Douglas to a league title in ‘07 and a year later guided Stevenson to the conference crown ... childhood friends with fellow Navy football teammate David Sperry ... father, David, played football at San Jose State, as well as in the NFL for the Kansas City Chiefs, New York Jets and New England Patriots ... brother, Tyler, graduated from the Naval Academy in 2008 and is a submariner ... full name is William Howard Coats ... born July 18, 1990, in Gainesville, Fla. ... son of David Wasick and Carol Coats ... majoring in oceanography.

#63 MATT COUCH

Jr • Offensive Guard • 6-3 • 267 • Camp Hill, Pa.

* At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at right guard ... continues to improve and is expected to add depth this fall. * 2010: Did not see any varsity action. * 2009: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of East Pennsboro High School ... earned three varsity letters in football and one in track & field ... was an All-State offensive lineman as a senior ... full name is Matthew Richard Couch ... born May 25, 1991, in Harrisburg, Pa. ... son of Thomas and Dyna Couch ... father played football at Penn State ... majoring in economics.

#7 JARVIS CUMMINGS

So • quarterback • 5-11 • 210 • Lancaster, Pa.

* At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at quarterback ... had a good spring camp to earn his way onto the depth chart ... has good speed and is a strong runner ... has a good arm and is accurate throwing the football. * 2010: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Hempfield High School, Cummings attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... earned varsity letters in football, wrestling and track & field ... track team won the state championship his senior year ... named All-State (Pa.) in football as a senior ... full name is Jarvis Boyd Cummings ... born April 6, 1991, in Lancaster, Pa. ... son of Eddie and Helene Gerlitzki ... majoring in oceanography.

#69 BARRY DABNEY

So • Nose Guard • 6-1 • 289 • Nashville, Tenn.

* At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at nose guard ... outstanding prospect ... has the size and strength to hold the point of attack ... expected to contribute this fall. * 2010: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Brentwood Academy ... Dabney attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... earned three varsity letters in football at Brentwood ... football team was 13-1 his sophomore campaign ... was a two-time All-State (Tenn.) selection .. was high school teammates with current teammates Jabaree Tuani and Mason Graham ... his cousin, Chris Jordan, is a linebacker at Alabama ... full name is Barry Spencer Dabney Jr. ... born Aug. 27, 1990, in Spring Hill, Tenn. ... son of Barry Sr. and Janice Dabney ... majoring in information technology.

#75 BRADY DEMELL

Sr • Center • 6-3 • 310 • Mentor, Ohio

* At Navy: Enters the spring as Navy’s starting center ... coming off a strong junior campaign ... will be a leader on the offensive line ... versatile performer who can play guard as well ... has good size and strength ... moves well for a player his size ... All-East candidate ... has earned two varsity letters. * 2010: Navy’s starting center in all 13 contests ... member of Navy’s offensive unit that finished the season ranked sixth in the country in rushing offense (284.77 yds/gm) and ninth in pass efficiency (156.65) ... allowed Ricky Dobbs to rush for 107 yards against San Diego State in the Poinsettia Bowl, marking his 13th-career 100-yard rushing day, while also moving into fifth on Navy’s career rushing list ... Dobbs also threw his school-record 13th touchdown pass of the season, a 30-yarder to Greg Jones in the second quarter ... held the Army defense at bay, allowing QB Ricky Dobbs to throw a pair of touchdowns, includ-

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ing a 77-yard pass to John Howell in the first quarter ... it was the longest pass play in Army-Navy series history ... the line helped pave the way for QB Ricky Dobbs to become the NCAA record holder for rushing touchdowns by a QB in back-to-back years, as he scored three TDs in the Mids’ home finale against Arkansas State ... with 154 yards on the ground and 164 yards through the air, Dobbs became the first player to rush and pass for 100 yards since he accomplished the feat against Missouri last year in the Texas Bowl (130 pass, 166 rush) ... the Mids’ line enabled Kriss Proctor to become 19th different QB in program history to rush for 100 yards in a game and only the sixth different QB in Navy history to rush for 200 yards ... Proctor’s 201 yards on 20 carries is the 10th-best ground gain by a Navy quarterback in school history and the most since Ricky Dobbs ran for 224 yards on 42 carries in Navy’s win over SMU in 2008 ... it’s the first time in program history that Navy has produced two different 200-yard rushers in a single season ... fullback Alexander Teich rushed for a career-best 210 yards on 26 carries in Navy’s win over Notre Dame and Proctor finished CMU game with 201 yards ... Navy’s offense put up 76 points in the win over East Carolina, setting a modern day scoring record ... it’s the most points scored by the Mids since Navy defeated Colby, 121-0, on Nov. 15, 1919 ...Navy finished the game with a season-high 521 yards rushing, marking the first time the Mids have topped the 500-yard rushing milestone since Aug. 30, 2008, when the Mids ran for 558 yards against Towson ... it’s tied as the fifth-best rushing performance in school history ...Navy’s 596 yards of total offense marks its best offensive day since finishing with 602 yards against Towson on Aug. 30, 2008 ... it goes down as the 16th-most yards (tied) in program history ... it also paved the way for Ricky Dobbs to score his program-record 45th-career touchdown ... not only did the line give QB Ricky Dobbs time to complete 13 of his 27 attempts against Duke for a career-high 227 yards, Navy scored 24 points in the fourth quarter ... Dobbs also ran in a five-yarder to become the school’s all-time leader in career rushing TDs with 44 and also became the Mids’ all-time leading scorer with 266 points ... opened up holes for fullback Alexander Teich to rush for a career-high 210 yards against Notre Dame, the first 200-yard rushing game by a Navy fullback in program history and the most rushing yards by a Navy player in series history ... as a team, Navy rushed for four TDs, including three by QB Ricky Dobbs ... played perhaps the best game of his career, handling ND’s nose guard ...part of a line that paved the way for QB Ricky Dobbs to run for two touchdowns against Wake Forest ... it also held a much bigger Demon Deacon defense at bay, giving Dobbs time to throw for an another two TDs, including a 6-yard strike to Greg Jones for the game-winning score with just 26 seconds remaining in the game ... helped Navy’s offense accumulate 516 yards of total offense (297 rush, 219 pass) against Louisiana Tech in what was the Mids’ best performance since the 2009 Rice contest when Navy put up 537 yards of total offense (471 yards rush, 66 pass) ... Navy’s 219 yards passing against the Bulldogs marked the first time since Sept. 22, 2007 vs. Duke (304 rush, 236 pass) that the Mids have thrown and rushed for over 200 yards .... it’s also the most yards passing by the Mids since that same game ... was utilized in both positions in Navy’s homeopening win over Georgia Southern ... was moved from offensive guard to center for the Mids’ season opener against Maryland ... helped pave the way for the Mids to rush for 412 yards vs. the Terps. * 2009: Competed in all 14 contests, including the Western Kentucky contest in which he made his first collegiate start in place of the injured Andy Lark at guard ... started his only other game in the Texas Bowl against Missouri when he got the nod at center ... member of an offensive line that allowed the Mids to rush for 280.5 yards per game (No. 4 nationally) ... additionally, the line paved the way for Ricky Dobbs to set an NCAA record for rushing touchdowns by a QB with 27, while he was ranked No. 2 in the country in points per game (12.46) and touchdowns (27) ... provided the necessary coverage for the Mids to accumulate 515 yards of total offense (385 rush, 130 pass) against Missouri to earn a 35-13 Texas Bowl win ... the 515 yards of total offense was Navy’s second-best offensive output of the year, behind a 537-yard afternoon against Rice ... made just his second collegiate start, first at center, replacing Eric Douglass in the Texas Bowl ... created enough holes for Dobbs to run through to produce his fourthconsecutive 100-yard rushing afternoon when he carried the ball a season-high 33 times for 113 yards against Army ... the line also paved the way for Dobbs to dive into the end zone from one yard out to set the NCAA record for most rushing TDs in a season by a quarterback, scoring his 24th of 2009 ... the record was set by Air Force’s Chance Harridge in 2002 and later tied by Tim Tebow of Florida en route to winning the 2007 Heisman Trophy ... anchored a line that led the way for the Mids to rush for 331 yards and five TDs against SMU ... part of an offensive line that allowed the Mids to rush the ball 80 times for a season-high 471 yards, the 10th-best rushing day in program history, en route to a 63-14 victory at Rice ... Navy finished with 537 yards of total offense, the 28th-best mark in program history and the most yards since last year’s total of 602 yards vs. Towson in the 2008 season opener ... opened up holes for Navy’s ground game that rushed for a season-high 373 yards and scored four touchdowns against Western Kentucky ... helped pave the way for Navy’s rushing attack to score four rushing TDs against Louisiana Tech in the Mids’ home opener ... made his collegiate debut in Navy’s opener against sixth-ranked Ohio State. * 2008: Did not see any varsity action * High School / Personal: A 2007 graduate of Mentor High School, DeMell attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2007-08 academic year ... a three-sport athlete, he earned letters in hockey (4), football (3) and lacrosse (2) ... a three-time allcounty lineman for the football team who was also an All-State (Ohio) selection his senior year ... led the football team to the 2006 Region 1 Championship behind a 13-

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2 record and claimed Lake Erie League crows in `04 and `06 ... served as the hockey and football team captain his junior and senior years ... received All-State (Ohio) recognition in hockey as a senior ... coached Mentor's junior high lacrosse team during his junior and senior years of high school ... brother, Brian, was an All-Patriot League swimmer for Navy from 2002-05 ... full name is Brady Andrew DeMell ... born Oct. 17, 1988, in Euclid, Ohio ... son of Randy and Kathy DeMell. ... majoring in history.

#37 DELVIN DIGGS

Sr • Fullback • 5-11 • 202 • Claxton, Ga.

* At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at fullback ... has good size and speed ... powerful runner who is hard to tackle ... has game experience. * 2010: Saw action in seven games where he carried the ball seven times for 17 yards ... carried the ball twice for three yards in Navy’s 76-35 win at East Carolina ... rushed for nine yards on a pair of carries in Navy’s victory over Notre Dame, including a careerlong five-yard scamper ... carried the ball once for four yards in the win over SMU ... with injuries to both Vince Murray and Alexander Teich, was called upon in the Wake Forest to play a major role in the second half ... carried the ball for the first time in his career for a gain of one yard, but played a pivotal role as a blocker on the Mids’ final drive that was capped off by a six-yard TD catch by Greg Jones with 26 seconds remaining to give Navy the win. * 2009: Played in Navy’s first two contests, including making his collegiate debut in the Mids’ opener against No. 6 Ohio State. * 2008: Did not see any varsity action * High School / Personal: A 2007 graduate of Claxton High School, Diggs attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2007-08 academic year ... a three-sport athlete, he earned four letters each in football and track and two in basketball ... earned All-State (Ga.) football honors as a senior ... elected captain of the football team in his senior year ... selected team MVP in football during his junior and senior years ... brother, Eric Slater, played football at Austin Peay ... full name is Delvin Lee Diggs ... born Sept. 10, 1988, in Miami, Fla. ... majoring in oceanography.

DIGGS’ CAREER STATISTICS Rushing 2009 2010 TOTALS

Att 0 7 7

Yds 0 17 17

Avg 0.0 2.4 2.4

TD 0 0 0

Long 0 5 5

100-Yd 0 0 0

Receiving Rec Yds Avg TD Long 100-Yd 2009 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 2010 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 TOTALS 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 Career highs – Carries: 2 (Twice; last at East Carolina, 11-6-10) Rushing Yards: 9 vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) Rushing TDs: 0 Receptions: 0 Receiving Yards: 0 Receiving TDs: 0

#90 JAMEL DOBBS

So • Defensive End • 6-1 • 255 • Claxton, Ga.

* At Navy: Enters the fall battling Wes Henderson for second on the depth chart at defensive end ... had a solid spring camp ... has good size and speed ... has the ability to rush the passer. * 2010: Played three plays against East Carolina. * High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of Cedar Grove High School ... earned four letters in football ... was named All-State (Ga.) as a senior ... was class valedictorian ... cousin of former Navy quarterback Ricky Dobbs ... likes to draw ... would one day like to be an orthopedic surgeon ... full name is Jamel Jaron Dobbs ... born Feb. 20, 1992 in Decatur, Ga. ... son of Jacquelyn Arnold ... majoring in systems engineering ... carries a 3.0 grade point average.

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#56 NEIL DOOGAN

the Mids gained 602 yards vs. Towson in the 2008 season-opener. * 2008: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2007 graduate of Owasso High School, Douglass attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2007-08 academic year ... received allmetro, all-state and all-region recognition in his senior year ... named the Metro Defensive Player of the Year in 2006 ... served as team captain his senior year ... arch rival, Matt Romine, is an offensive tackle for Notre Dame ... the two have played against one another every year since the third grade ... cousin, Tanner Garrett, was a fouryear letterwinner as a member of the wrestling team and served as team captain in 2005-06 ... full name is Eric Colton Douglass ... born Oct. 31, 1988, in Tulsa, Okla. ... son of Greg Douglass and Margaret Paul ... majoring in economics.

Sr • Defensive End • 6-3 • 254 • Collingdale, Pa.

* At Navy: Enters the fall looking to add depth along the defensive line ... has been a key practice player for the Mids ... expected to compete for playing time. * 2010: Has not seen any varsity action. * 2009: Has not seen any varsity action. * 2008: Has not seen any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2007 graduate of St. Joe’s Prep ... earned three letters in football ... was all-city and all-league as a senior ... full name is Neil J. Doogan ... born Jan. 19, 1989 in Lansdown, Pa. ... son of Neil and Jean Doogan ... majoring in international relations.

#68 JOHN DOWD

Sr • Offensive Guard • 6-4 • 260 • Staten Island, N.Y.

#95 ALEX DOOLITTLE

So • Nose Guard • 6-2 • 299 • Houston, Texas

* At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at nose guard ... bright prospect ... has great size ... can hold the point of attack and clog the middle ... strong against the run. * 2010: Has not seen any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of Langham Creek High School ... earned three letters in football and two letters in basketball ... was a two-time all-district selection ... full name is Alex Jeremy Doolittle ... born Jan. 17, 1992 in Chicago, Ill. ... son of Arael and Ellen Doolittle ... father played football at Illinois ... majoring in economics.

#71 ERIC DOUGLASS

Sr • Guard/Center • 6-2 • 280 • Owasso, Okla.

* At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at center ... versatile lineman that can also play guard ... moved from nose guard to center midway through spring practice in 2009 and made his first-career start at center against Notre Dame in the fall of 2009 ... one of the strongest players on the team with a bench press of 425 pounds ... has earned two varsity letters. * 2010: Seeing action in 12 of the 13 games, he played primarily on special teams, seeing spot minutes along the offensive line early in the year ... helped Navy’s offense accumulate 516 yards of total offense (297 rush, 219 pass) against Louisiana Tech in what was the Mids’ best performance since the 2009 Rice contest when Navy put up 537 yards of total offense (471 yards rush, 66 pass) ... Navy’s 219 yards passing against the Bulldogs marked the first time since Sept. 22, 2007 vs. Duke (304 rush, 236 pass) that the Mids have thrown and rushed for over 200 yards .... it’s also the most yards passing by the Mids since that same game ... helped pave the way for the Mids to rush for 412 yards in their opener against Maryland. * 2009: Played in nine games, including making his collegiate debut in the Mids’ win over Louisiana Tech in their home-opener ... started at center in four of the last five contests ... member of an offensive line that allowed the Mids to rush for 280.5 yards per game (No. 4 nationally) ... additionally, the line paved the way for Ricky Dobbs to set an NCAA record for rushing touchdowns by a QB with 27, while he was ranked No. 2 in the country in points per game (12.46) and touchdowns (27) ... created enough holes for Dobbs to run through to produce his fourth consecutive 100-yard rushing afternoon when he carried the ball a season-high 33 times for 113 yards against Army ... the line also paved the way for Dobbs to dive into the end zone from one yard out to set the NCAA record for most rushing TDs in a season by a quarterback, scoring his 24th of 2009 ... the record was set by Air Force’s Chance Harridge in 2002 and later tied by Tim Tebow of Florida en route to winning the 2007 Heisman Trophy ... the line allowed the Mids to rush for 242 yards against Delaware on Senior Day and opened up seams for Ricky Dobbs to score a stadium-record five rushing touchdowns and set the Navy single-season record for touchdowns ... opened up lanes for both Vince Murray (158) and Ricky Dobbs (102) to rush for over 100 yards in leading Navy to a win over Notre Dame ... it was the first time since the 2008 Army-Navy game that Navy has produced a 100-yard rushing tandem ... meanwhile, it was the fourth straight game Murray has reached 100 yards rushing, making him the first running back since Napoleon McCallum in 1983 to achieve that feat ... part of an offensive line that allowed the Mids to rush the ball 80 times for a season-high 471, the 10th-best rushing day in program history, en route to a 63-14 victory at Rice ... Navy finished with 537 yards of total offense, the 28th-best mark in program history and the most yards since

* At Navy: Enters the fall as the starter at right guard after starting 13 games at that spot last year ... can also play both tackle positions ... has good strength and uses his hands well ... named a 2010 ESPN FirstTeam Academic All-American by the College Sports Information Director's of America ... he is the first Navy player since 1980 and just the fifth in program history to receive first-team recognition ... will have an opportunity in the fall to be the first two-time First-Team Academic All-American in school history ... was named a Second-Team Academic All-American as a sophomore ... carried out a very special flag for the homeopener against Georgia Southern on 9/11/10 ... the flag was raised over Ground Zero and also flew over several specials operations bases in Afghanistan ... the flag was jointly raised by FDNY NYPD Port Authority and combat veterans and active duty ... the flag was presented to Vice Adm. Michael Miller by Capt. John Flynn before it was given to the team ... Capt John Flynn FDNY (ret.) served over 20 years with the Fire Dept of NYC ... he was the leader of an elite NYC Rescue and HAZMAT squad ... on 9/11/01 his company lost 7 men at the World Trade Center attacks ... he is a specialist in forensic engineering who was chosen to conduct the analysis of the collapse of the World Trade Center for the Dept. of Homeland Security ... after the game, the flag was given back to the Post 911 Foundation ... the organization will track it and send it around the globe to various naval commands over the next year ... it will make its way back to Ground Zero on 9/11/11 for the 10th Anniversary memorial ... All-East candidate ... has earned two varsity letters. * 2010: Navy’s starter at right guard in all 13 contests ... member of Navy’s offensive unit that finished the season ranked sixth in the country in rushing offense and ninth in pass efficiency (156.65) ... allowed Ricky Dobbs to rush for 107 yards against San Diego State in the Poinsettia Bowl, marking his 13th-career 100-yard rushing day, while also moving into fifth on Navy’s career rushing list ... Dobbs also threw his schoolrecord 13th touchdown pass of the season, a 30-yarder to Greg Jones in the second quarter ...held the Army defense at bay, allowing QB Ricky Dobbs to throw a pair of touchdowns, including a 77-yard pass to John Howell in the first quarter ... it was the longest pass play in Army-Navy series history ... the line helped pave the way for QB Ricky Dobbs to become the NCAA record holder for rushing touchdowns by a QB in back-to-back years, as he scored three TDs in the Mids’ home finale against Arkansas State ... with 154 yards on the ground and 164 yards through the air, Dobbs became the first player to rush and pass for 100 yards since he accomplished the feat against Missouri last year in the Texas Bowl (130 pass, 166 rush) ... the Mids’ line enabled Kriss Proctor to become 19th different QB in program history to rush for 100 yards in a game and only the sixth different QB in Navy history to rush for 200 yards ... Proctor’s 201 yards on 20 carries is the 10th-best ground gain by a Navy quarterback in school history and the most since Ricky Dobbs ran for 224 yards on 42 carries in Navy’s win over SMU in 2008 ... it’s the first time in program history that Navy has produced two different 200-yard rushers in a single season ... fullback Alexander Teich rushed for a career-best 210 yards on 26 carries in Navy’s win over Notre Dame and Proctor finished CMU game with 201 yards ... Navy’s offense put up 76 points in the win over East Carolina, setting a modern day scoring record ... it’s the most points scored by the Mids since Navy defeated Colby, 121-0, on Nov. 15, 1919 ... Navy finished the game with a season-high 521 yards rushing, marking the first time the Mids have topped the 500yard rushing milestone since Aug. 30, 2008, when the Mids ran for 558 yards against Towson ... it’s tied as the fifth-best rushing performance in school history ... Navy’s 596 yards of total offense marks its best offensive day since finishing with 602 yards against Towson on Aug. 30, 2008 ... it goes down as the 16th-most yards (tied) in program history ... it also paved the way for Ricky Dobbs to score his program-record 45th-career touchdown ... not only did the line give QB Ricky Dobbs time to complete 13 of his 27 attempts against Duke for a career-high 227 yards, Navy scored 24 points in the fourth quarter ... Dobbs also ran in a five-yarder to become the school’s all-time leader in career rushing TDs with 44 and also became the Mids’ all-time leading scorer with 266 points ... opened up holes for fullback Alexander Teich to rush for a career-high 210 yards against Notre Dame, the first 200-yard rushing game by a Navy fullback in program history and the most rushing yards by a Navy player in series history ... as a

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team, Navy rushed for four TDs, including three by QB Ricky Dobbs ... part of a line that paved the way for QB Ricky Dobbs to run for two touchdowns against Wake Forest ... it also held a much bigger Demon Deacon defense at bay, giving Dobbs time to throw for an another two TDs, including a 6-yard strike to Greg Jones for the game-winning score with just 26 seconds remaining in the game ...helped Navy’s offense accumulate 516 yards of total offense (297 rush, 219 pass) against Louisiana Tech in what was the Mids’ best performance since the 2009 Rice contest when Navy put up 537 yards of total offense (471 yards rush, 66 pass) ... Navy’s 219 yards passing against the Bulldogs marked the first time since Sept. 22, 2007 vs. Duke (304 rush, 236 pass) that the Mids have thrown and rushed for over 200 yards .... it’s also the most yards passing by the Mids since that same game ... made the start against Maryland and helping pave the way for the Mids to rush for 412 yards against the Terps. * 2009: Played in all 14 games, including making his collegiate debut in Navy’s opener against sixth-ranked Ohio State ... made his first-career start at Hawai’i in place of an injured Matt Molloy ... member of an offensive line that allowed the Mids to rush for 280.5 yards per game (No. 4 nationally) ... additionally, the line paved the way for Ricky Dobbs to set an NCAA record for rushing touchdowns by a QB with 27, while he was ranked No. 2 in the country in points per game (12.46) and touchdowns (27) ... provided the necessary coverage for the Mids to accumulate 515 yards of total offense (385 rush, 130 pass) against Missouri to earn a 35-13 Texas Bowl win ... the 515 yards of total offense was Navy’s second-best offensive output of the year, behind a 537-yard afternoon against Rice ... created enough holes for Dobbs to run through to produce his fourth consecutive 100-yard rushing afternoon when he carried the ball a seasonhigh 33 times for 113 yards against Army ... the line also paved the way for Dobbs to dive into the end zone from one yard out to set the NCAA record for most rushing TDs in a season by a quarterback, scoring his 24th of 2009 ... the record was set by Air Force’s Chance Harridge in 2002 and later tied by Tim Tebow of Florida en route to winning the 2007 Heisman Trophy ... the line allowed the Mids to rush for 242 yards against Delaware on Senior Day and opened up seams for Ricky Dobbs to score a stadiumrecord five rushing touchdowns and set the Navy single-season record for touchdowns ... opened up lanes for both Vince Murray (158) and Ricky Dobbs (102) to rush for over 100 yards in leading Navy to a win over Notre Dame ... it was the first time since the 2008 Army-Navy game that Navy has produce a 100-yard rushing tandem ... meanwhile, it was the fourth-straight game Murray has reached 100 yards rushing, making him the first running back since Napoleon McCallum in 1983 to achieve that feat ... the Mids’ line allowed for Navy to rush for 338 yards against Wake Forest, the third-consecutive game Navy has gained 300-plus yards on the ground ... it’s the first time the Mids have achieved that feat since early in 2007 when they rushed for 300 yards in six straight games ... anchored a line that led the way for the Mids to rush for 331 yards and five TDs against SMU ... part of an offensive line that allowed the Mids to rush the ball 80 times for a season-high 471 yards, the 10th-best rushing day in program history, en route to a 63-14 victory at Rice ... Navy finished with 537 yards of total offense, the 28th-best mark in program history and the most yards since the 602 yards vs. Towson in the 2008 season-opener ... helped pave the way for Navy’s rushing attack to score four rushing TDs against Louisiana Tech in the Mids’ home opener. * 2008: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2008 graduate of St. Peter's Boys High School, Dowd was a three-year letterwinner in football while earning two letters in basketball ... named to the New York Golden Fifty in 2007 ... a two-time Staten Island Advance All-Star selection ... led the basketball team to back-to-back Staten Island High School League titles in 2006-07 and `07-08 ... brother, Billy, earned four varsity letters in cross country and track & field at Monmouth ... his sister, Katie, throws the javelin at Albany ... his older brother, Tom, is a sportswriter for the Staten Island Advance ... was the valedictorian of his class ... served as Vice President of his high school's chapter of the National Honor Society ... full name is John Stephen Dowd ... born April 2, 1990, in Staten Island, N.Y. ... son of Thomas and Kathy Dowd ... majoring in mechanical engineering ... has a 3.91 GPA.

PLAYER PROFILES

#59 JOSH DOWLING-FITZPATRICK Jr • Defensive End • 6-2 • 220 • Westerville, Ohio

* At Navy: Enters the fall listed as one of the starters at defensive end ... moved from outside linebacker to defensive end in the middle of spring camp last year and impressed the coaches at his new position ... has good size and speed ... expected to be an effective pass rusher. * 2010: Played in all 13 games ... made his collegiate debut in the Mids’ opener against Maryland where he was a member of the special teams unit ... turned in four tackles on the year, including a solo tackle in Navy’s Poinsettia Bowl loss to San Diego State ... pitched in an assisted tackle in Navy’s 31-17 win over Army ... turned in a solo tackle in Navy’s come-frombehind victory over SMU ... contributed a tackle, the first of his career, in the Mids’ win over Louisiana Tech ... helped keep the Bulldogs off the scoreboard in the second half. * 2009: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2008 graduate of St. Francis DeSales High School, Dowling-Fitzpatrick attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2008-09 academic year ... lettered two years as a defensive end at DeSales HS, while earning a pair of letters in rugby as a member of the Westerville Worms Club ... earned all-city and allcounty mention in football as a senior ... led the rugby team to the state championship in 2007 and `08 ... full name is Joshua William Dowling-Fitzpatrick ... born Nov. 22, 1989, in Columbus, Ohio ... son of Ralph and Carla Dowling-Fitzpatrick ... majoring in economics.

#79 ZACH DRYDEN

Sr • Offensive Guard • 6-5 • 282 • Longwood, Fla.

* At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at right guard ... also expected to be a member of several special teams units ... switched from tackle to guard during spring drills a year ago ... has good size and strength ... has earned one varsity letter. * 2010: Played in 12 contests primarily as a member of special teams ... made his collegiate debut in Navy’s home-opener against Georgia Southern. * 2008, ‘09: Did not see any varsity action. * High School/Personal: A 2007 graduate of Lake Brantley High School, Dryden attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2007-08 academic year ... earned four letters as an offensive guard on his football team ... received Second-Team All-State (Fla.) recognition in his senior year ... a first-team all-region selection as a senior, he was twice named First-Team All-Central Florida and all-conference ... brother, Cory, was a two-year letterwinner for the Navy football team and graduated in 2005 ... full name is Zachary John Dryden ... born March 13, 1989, in Houston, Texas ... son of Marc and Debbie Dryden ... majoring in general science.

#14 ALBREY FELDER

So • Cornerback • 5-6 • 160 • Orange Park, Fla.

* At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at cornerback ... coming off an outstanding spring camp that saw him shoot up the depth chart ... tenacious competitor ... has good speed ... plays much bigger than his listed size. * 2010: Has not seen any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Orange Park High School ... earned four letters in football, four in track and one in weightlifting ... was named allcounty in football ... full name is Albrey LaVern Felder Jr. ... born Apr. 23, 1990 in Jacksonville, Fla. ... son of Albrey and Audrey Felder ... majoring in Chinese.

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#13 JORDAN FRASER

Jr • Safety • 6-2 • 191 • Chandler, Ariz.

* At Navy: Enters the spring listed as the starter at free safety ... had a solid spring camp ... played extremely well last fall when called upon ... has good size and speed ... physical player who is a sure tackler ... has earned one varsity letter. * 2010: Saw action in seven games, including making his collegiate debut as a member of the special teams unit at Louisiana Tech ... turned in 11 tackles, including 1.5 tackles for a loss in just his second season ... recorded a solo tackle in Navy’s Poinsettia Bowl loss against San Diego State ... made his first-career start in Navy’s win over Arkansas State on Senior Day ... it was his first time seeing extensive action as a member of the Mids’ defensive unit ... turned in a career-high seven tackles, including 1.5 tackles for a loss against the Red Wolves and also broke up a pass ... produced a pair of tackles on special teams in the Mids’ win at East Carolina and followed up with a solo stop against Central Michigan. * 2009: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Basha High School, Fraser was a threesport standout earning letters in track & field (3), football (2) and wrestling (1) ... an allregion football selection his senior year, he was named the 2009 Old Spice "Red Zone" Player of the Year ... voted by his peers to serve as team captain of the football team his senior year ... served as a volunteer for St. Mary's Catholic Church in his hometown during his high school years ... full name is Jordan Matthew Fraser ... born June 14, 1991, in Phoenix, Ariz. ... son of Bruce and Melissa Fraser ... majoring in economics.

FRASER’S CAREER STATISTICS

Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -2009 2010 11 1.5-5 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 11 1.5-5 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 TOTALS Career highs – Tackles: 2 (Twice; last vs. Maryland, 9-6-10) TFL: 0.5 vs. Maryland (9-610) Sacks: 0.5 vs. Maryland (9-6-10) PBU: 0 Int.: 0 FR: 0 FF: 0

FRASER GAME-BY-GAME

Game (Date) U-A-TT vs. Maryland (9-6-10) Ga. Southern (9-11-10) at Louisiana Tech (9-18-10) 0-0-0 at Air Force (10-2-10) at Wake Forest (10-9-10) SMU (10-16-10) vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) Duke (10-30-10) 0-0-0 at East Carolina (11-6-10) 1-1-2 C. Michigan (11-13-10) 1-0-1 Arkansas State (11-20-10) 3-4-7 vs. Army (12-11-10) 0-0-0 at San Diego St. (12-23-10) 1-0-1

TFL-Yds Sacks Int -- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play -0-0 0-0 0 -- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play -0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 1.5-5 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0

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#82 DOUG FURMAN

FR Blk

Sr • Wide Receiver • 6-3 • 201 • Twinsburg, Ohio

* 2008: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2007 graduate of Twinsburg High School, Furman attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2007-08 academic year ... a threesport standout who earned letters in football (3), basketball (3) and baseball (2) ... a multiple all-conference selection at wide receiver who served as team captain of the football team in his senior season ... garnered all-conference honors in basketball and baseball as a senior ... led the baseball team to the region championship his senior year ... full name is Douglas Steven Furman ... born Aug. 28, 1989, in Painesville, Ohio ... son of Larry and Donna Furman ... majoring in quantitative economics.

FURMAN’S CAREER STATISTICS

Receiving Rec Yds Avg TD Long 100-Yd 2008 -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -2009 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 2010 3 21 7.0 0 13 0 3 21 7.0 0 13 0 TOTALS Career highs – Receptions: 1 (Three Times; last at San Diego State, 12-23-10) Receiving Yards: 13 at Air Force (10-2-10) Receiving TDs: 0

FURMAN GAME-BY-GAME Game (Date) at Ohio State (9-5-09) Louisiana Tech (9-12-09) at Pitt (9-19-09) W. Kentucky (9-26-09) Air Force (10-3-09) at Rice (10-10-09) at SMU (10-17-09) Wake Forest (10-24-09) Temple (10-31-09) at Notre Dame (11-7-09) Delaware (11-14-09) at Hawai’i (11-28-09) vs. Army (12-12-09) vs. Missouri (12-31-09)

vs. Maryland (9-6-10) Ga. Southern (9-11-10) at Louisiana Tech (9-18-10) at Air Force (10-2-10) at Wake Forest (10-9-10) vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) Duke (10-30-10) at East Carolina (11-6-10) C. Michigan (11-13-10) Arkansas State (11-20-10) vs. Army (12-11-10) at San Diego St. (12-23-10)

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Receiving Rec Yds TD Avg 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

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#89 JONATHAN GAZAILLE

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Jr • Wide Receiver • 6-1 • 205 • Grand Prairie, Texas

* At Navy: Enters the fall listed as a starter at wide receiver ... part of a stable of talented receivers on the roster ... one of the better blocking wide receivers on the team ... has earned two varsity letters. * 2010: A starter in three games over the course of the season ... made three catches for 21 yards ... member of Navy’s offensive unit that finished the season ranked sixth in the country in rushing offense (284.77 yds/gm) and ninth in pass efficiency (156.65) ... caught a seven-yard pass in Navy’s Poinsettia Bowl loss against San Diego State ... turned in just his second-career reception for a one-yard gain in Navy’s win over SMU ... caught his first-collegiate pass in Navy’s loss at Air Force, a 13-yarder from QB Ricky Dobbs ... earned his first-collegiate start in the Mids’ win over Georgia Southern in their home-opener ... saw action in the Mids’ opener against Maryland. * 2009: Competed in 12 games, but was without a reception ... after missing the Pitt and Western Kentucky games with an ankle injury suffered against Louisiana Tech in the home opener, returned to the field in the Mids’ win over Air Force ... saw action in the first two contests of the year, including making his collegiate debut at wide receiver in Navy’s opener against sixth-ranked Ohio State.

* At Navy: Enters the fall battling for playing time at wide receiver ... has good size and can catch the ball in traffic ... has earned one varsity letter. * 2010: Made an appearance in nine of the 13 games as a member of the Mids’ special teams unit, while seeing limited time at receiver. * 2009: Made his collegiate debut in Navy’s 63-14 win over Rice. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of James Bowie High School, Gazaille was a three-sport standout earning letters in baseball (2), football (2) and wrestling (2) ... an all-district football selection his senior year, he led the team to the region title in 2008 ... a state qualifier in wrestling in 2007, he was the district champion and the region’s runner-up ... member of the National Honor Society ... full name is Jonathan Marcus Gazaille ... born Feb. 3, 1991, in San Angelo, Texas ... son of Robert and Norma Gazaille ... majoring in systems engineering.

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PLAYER PROFILES

#41 ANDREW GLAIZE

So • Outside Linebacker • 6-2 • 211 • Fairburn, Ga.

* At Navy: Enters the fall even with Keegan Wetzel for second on the depth chart ... rangy player that has the ability to run to the football ... has good size ... has the ability to rush the passer. * 2010: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Landmark Christian Academy, Glaize attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... was a four-sport athlete in high school playing football, soccer, basketball and track ... was Class A All-State in football as a senior and was the region champ in the triple jump as a junior ... full name is Andrew Josiah Glaize ... born Jan. 27, 1991 ... son of Melvin and Lydia Glaize ... majoring in general science.

Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -2008 7 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2009 5 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2010 TOTALS 12 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Career highs – Tackles: 3 at East Carolina (11-6-10) TFL: 0 Sacks: 0 Int.: 0 PBU: 0 FR: 0 FF: 0

GRAHAM GAME-BY-GAME Game (Date) at Ohio State (9-5-09) Louisiana Tech (9-12-09) Pitt (9-19-09) at W. Kentucky (9-26-09) Air Force (10-3-09) at Rice (10-10-09) at SMU (10-17-09) Wake Forest (10-24-09) Temple (10-31-09) at Notre Dame (11-7-09) Delaware (11-14-09) at Hawai’i (11-28-09) vs. Army (12-12-09) vs. Missouri (12-31-09)

#23 ERIC GRAHAM

So • Cornerback • 6-0 • 187 • Eight Mile, Ala.

* At Navy: Coming off a solid spring camp and is currently listed third on the depth chart at corner ... has good size and speed for the position ... plays with emotion ... has a chance to be a solid contributor. * 2010: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Mattie T. Blount High School, Graham attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... earned three letters in football and two in track in high school ... his cousin, Kennedy Winston, played basketball at Alabama ... full name is Eric Alexander Graham ... born Jan. 3, 1991 ... son of Melvin and Juarlene Graham ... father served in the Army ... majoring in economics.

#42 MASON GRAHAM

GRAHAM’S CAREER STATISTICS

vs. Maryland (9-6-10) Ga. Southern (9-11-10) at Louisiana Tech (9-18-10) at Air Force (10-2-10) at Wake Forest (10-9-10) SMU (10-16-10) vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) Duke (10-30-10) at East Carolina (11-6-10) C. Michigan (11-13-10) Arkansas State (11-20-10) vs. Army (12-11-10) at San Diego St. (12-23-10)

Sr • Outside Linebacker • 6-0 • 207 • Brentwood, Tenn.

* At Navy: Enters the fall listed as a starter at outside linebacker ... hard-nosed player that has good speed ... has been waiting in the wings for his opportunity and is primed for a good season ... has earned one varsity letter. * 2010: A special teams performer who saw action in six games ... turned in five tackles over the course of the year ... made his season debut in Navy’s loss at Air Force ... also saw action at Wake Forest where he spelled Jerry Hauburger for a handful of plays ... contributed a career-high three tackles in Navy’s win over East Carolina ... turned in a tackle in Navy’s home victory over Central Michigan and the Mids’ home finale against Arkansas State. * 2009: A special teams performer who saw action in each of the last 12 contests ... made a solo tackle in Navy’s home finale against Delaware ... finished the year with seven tackles (5-2) ... turned in a pair of tackles in helping lead the Mids to a win over Notre Dame ... recorded a tackle in Navy’s overtime win at SMU ... made a career-high two solo tackles in the Mids’ win at Rice ... contributed his first career tackle in the Mids’ win over Air Force ... made his first collegiate appearance in a Navy uniform against Pitt. * 2008: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2008 graduate of Brentwood Academy, Graham was a three-year letterwinner in football and baseball ... an all-county selection in football his senior year, he was elected team captain that same season ... led the football team to the Tennessee state title in 2006 behind an 11-1 record ... an All-State (Tenn.) outfielder as a sophomore, he was named all-region three times ... member of the baseball team that claimed the Tennessee state championship in 2008 ... high school teammate of fellow Navy football standout Jabaree Tuani ... grandfather played football at Alabama ... full name is Mason Whitfield Graham ... born Dec. 23, 1989 ... son of Mark and Katy Graham ... majoring in quantitative economics.

U-A-TT 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 2-0-2 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-2 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

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TFL-Yds Sacks Int -- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play -0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 -- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play -0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 -- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play -0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 -- Did Not Play --

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#21 GEE GEE GREENE

Jr • Slot Back • 5-8 • 180 • Columbia, S.C.

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* At Navy: Enters the fall as a starter at slot back ... averaging 6.6 yards per carry for his career, the fifth-best career rushing average in school history ... coming off a spectacular sophomore campaign ... has outstanding speed and can catch the ball out of the backfield ... one of the best athletes on the team ... ran a 4.11 in the pro agility test, has a vertical leap of 37 inches, ran the 10-yard dash in 1.43 seconds, tied with Mike Stukel for the top time on the team, an the 20yard dash in 2.57 seconds, the best mark on the team, and ran the 40-yard dash in 4.50 seconds ... All-East candidate ... has earned two varsity letters. * 2010: A starter at slot back in all 13 contests ... member of Navy’s offensive unit that finished the season ranked sixth in the country in rushing offense (284.77 yds/gm) and ninth in pass efficiency (156.65) ... finished his sophomore year as Navy’s third-leading rusher gaining 492 yards on 72 carries and scored five TDs ... caught 18 passes for 286 yards ... carried the ball five times for 33 yards in Navy’s Poinsettia Bowl loss to San Diego State ... also caught a pass for 30 yards against the Aztecs ... rushed for 35 yards on five carries and scored a 25-yard touchdown to seal the win for Navy over arch rival Army ... carried the ball just twice for five yards in Navy’s win over Arkansas State on Senior Day ... also caught a 15-yard pass against the Red Wolves ... carried the ball six times for 33 yards, including a long rush of 12 yards in Navy’s win at home over Central Michigan ... rushed for 47 yards on six carries and scored one of Navy’s 10 touchdowns at East Carolina ... scored from 12 yards out on what was ECU’s third fumble on three straight possessions to start the third quarter ... also caught a five-yard pass against the Pirates ... carried the ball just three times for nine yards against Duke, including a one-yard touchdown late in the game ... also caught one pass for a gain of 31 yards ... rushed for 56 yards on eight carries and one TD in the Mids’ win over Notre Dame ... extended his arm out to break the plane and score a nine-yard touchdown with just 14 seconds remaining in the first half against the Irish ... it was just his second-career rushing TD ... carried the ball a career-high nine times for 48 yards against SMU, including a one-yard run with under two minutes to play in the third quarter to score his first-career touchdown ... also caught one pass for an eight-yard gain ... rushed for 25 yards on six carries at Wake Forest,

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PLAYER PROFILES

while also making three catches for 44 yards, including a 34-yarder ... returned three kicks for 76 yard which featured a 33-yard return ... carried the ball five times for a gain of 31 yards and caught a pair of passes for 30 yards at Air Force ... carried the ball six times for a career-high 87 yards, including a career-long run of 26 yards against Louisiana Tech ...caught three passes for 58 yards, including the longest reception of his career, a 38-yarder ... the only slot to carry the ball in the Georgia Southern game, taking four carries for just nine yards ... also caught one pass for six yards ... was a solid performer for the Mids in the opener against Maryland where he produced a career and team-best 133 all-purpose yards ... gained 74 yards on seven carries (both career highs), while catching four passes for 59 yards (both career highs) ... came into the game having caught just one pass in his rookie season. * 2009: Played in all 14 games, starting two ... finished his rookie year with 253 yards on 41 carries, while turning in one reception for four yards ... carried the ball four times for a gain of 29 yards against Missouri in the Texas Bowl ... ran the ball five times for 27 yards, including a long run of 16 against Hawai’i ... returned three kickoffs for 48 yards, including a long of 21 against the Warriors ... recorded a career-long 30-yard kickoff return against Delaware to open the second half that was then bested by a 39yarder with 3:25 remaining in the third quarter ... it was also the longest return by a Navy player this fall ... carried the ball five times for a career-high 41 yards against the Blue Hens ... gained 36 yards on five carries and caught his first collegiate pass for four yards in Navy’s win over Notre Dame ... also caught one pass for a gain of four yards ... earned his first collegiate start at slot back in the Mids’ contest against Temple ... gained 19 yards on five carries against the Owls, while returning three kickoffs for 49 yards ... carried the ball four times for 20 yards against Wake Forest, including a long run of 15 yards ... returned one kickoff for a 17-yard gain ... for the second-straight week produced a career-high ground gain, turning in 33 yards in the Mids’ overtime win at SMU ... averaged 16.5 yards per carry against the Mustangs and featured a careerlong run of 17 yards ... returned four kickoffs for 79 yards (19.8) ... carried the ball four times for a then-career-high 29 yards in Navy’s win over Rice ... averaged 18.5 yards

GREENE’S CAREER STATISTICS Rushing 2009 2010 TOTALS

Receiving 2009 2010 TOTALS

Att 41 72 113

Rec 1 18 19

Yds 253 492 745

Avg 6.2 6.8 6.6

Yds 4 286 290

Avg 4.0 15.9 15.3

TD 0 5 5

Long 19 26 26

TD 0 0 0

Long 4 38 38

100-Yd 0 0 0

100-Yd 0 0 0

KO Return Ret Yds Avg TD Long 2009 33 607 18.4 0 39 2010 3 76 25.3 0 33 TOTALS 36 683 19.0 0 39 Career highs – Carries: 9 vs. SMU (10-16-10) Rushing Yards: 87 at Louisiana Tech (918-10) Rushing TDs: 1 (Five Times; last vs. Army, 12-11-10) Receptions: 4 vs. Maryland (9-6-10) Receiving Yards: 59 vs. Maryland (9-6-10) Receiving TDs: 0

GREENE GAME-BY-GAME Game (Date) at Ohio State (9-5-09) Louisiana Tech (9-12-09) at Pitt (9-19-09) W. Kentucky (9-26-09) Air Force (10-3-09) at Rice (10-10-09) at SMU (10-17-09) Wake Forest (10-24-09) Temple (10-31-09) at Notre Dame (11-7-09) Delaware (11-14-09) at Hawai’i (11-28-09) vs. Army (12-12-09) vs. Missouri (12-31-09)

vs. Maryland (9-6-10) Ga. Southern (9-11-10) at Louisiana Tech (9-18-10) at Air Force (10-2-10) at Wake Forest (10-9-10) SMU (10-16-10) vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) Duke (10-30-10) at East Carolina (11-6-10) C. Michigan (11-13-10) Arkansas State (11-20-10) vs. Army (12-11-10) at San Diego St. (12-23-10)

Att 1 5 0 1 0 4 2 4 5 5 5 5 0 4

7 4 6 5 6 9 8 3 6 6 2 1 5

Rushing Yds TD -7 0 12 0 0 0 14 0 0 0 29 0 33 0 20 0 19 0 36 0 41 0 27 0 0 0 29 0 74 9 87 31 25 48 56 9 47 33 5 35 33

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

Avg -7.0 2.4 0.0 14.0 0.0 7.2 16.5 5.0 3.8 7.2 8.2 5.4 0.0 7.2

10.6 2.2 14.5 6.2 4.2 5.3 7.0 9.0 7.8 5.5 2.5 7.0 6.6

Rec 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

4 1 3 2 3 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1

Receiving Yds TD Avg 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 4 0 4.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 59 6 58 30 44 8 0 31 5 0 15 0 30

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

14.8 6.0 19.3 15.0 14.7 8.0 0.0 31.0 5.0 0.0 15.0 0.0 30.0

among the pair of kickoff returns against the Owls ... returned a pair of kickoffs against Air Force and featured a career-long return of 24 yards ... carried the ball once for a gain of 14 yards against Western Kentucky, but also coughed up the ball for his first career fumble ... took his lone kickoff return back for 21 yards ... turned in four kickoff returns with an average of 15 yards per return at Pitt ... carried the ball five times for 12 yards, including a long run of six in the Mids’ win over Louisiana Tech in the homeopener ... returned three kickoffs for 47 yards (15.7) ... averaged 16.8 yards among the six kickoffs he returned against No. 6 Ohio State, in what was his collegiate debut ... carried the ball once against the Buckeyes, but was brought down for negative yardage after his lead blocker slipped. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Richland Northeast High School, Greene was a two-sport standout earning letters in football (4) and track & field (2) ... two-time all-region and all-area football selection (2007-08) , he earned All-State (S.C.) recognition his senior year ... played in the South Carolina Shrine Bowl ... named a South Carolina Scholar-Athlete among football players ... served as team captain of the football team his junior and senior years ... recipient of the team captain award in track his senior season ... full name is Alexander Garnell Greene ... born Dec. 7, 1990, in Columbia, S.C. ... son of Patricia Greene ...majoring in politicial science.

#99 WES HENDERSON

Jr • Defensive End • 6-2 • 250 • Wexford, Pa.

* At Navy: Enters the fall battling Jamel Dobbs for second on the depth chart at defensive end ... has good size and plays with good leverage ... has the strength to move inside and play nose guard as well ... has a very bright future. * 2010: Appeared in five games, including making his collegiate debut in the Mids’ home-opener against Georgia Southern where he was a member of special teams ... also played at Louisiana Tech and at East Carolina ... turned in an assisted tackle in Navy’s 3117 win over Army. * 2009: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of North Allegheny High School, Henderson was a two-sport standout earning letters in football (2) and track & field (1) ... an all-conference football selection his senior year, he led North Allegheny HS to the conference title in 2008 with an 11-1 record ... member of his high school's track & field team that was undefeated and claimed the WPIAL Team Championship his senior year ... brother, Nick, graduated with the Class of 2010 and was a member of the football team ... full name is Weston Nathaniel Henderson ... born Feb. 13, 1991, in Wexford, Pa. ... son of Lother and Karen Henderson ... majoring in quantitative economics.

#33 JOHN HOWELL

Jr • Slot Back • 5-8 • 180 • Hatfield, Pa.

* At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at slot back ... a dangerous receiver out of the backfield ... part of a stable of quality slot backs ... outstanding blocker on the perimeter ... plays with a great deal of intensity ... was the winner of the Collins/Roos Class of 1949 Junior Varsity Most Valuable Player Award after the 2009 season ... has earned one varsity letter. * 2010: A member of Navy’s offensive unit that finished the season ranked sixth in the country in rushing offense (284.77 yds/gm) and ninth in pass efficiency ... in his first season as a member of the varsity, gained 102 yards on 15 carries and scored two touchdowns ... also caught a pair of passes for 102 yards and two TDs ... carried the ball four times for 25 yards in Navy’s Poinsettia Bowl loss against San Diego State ... caught a 77-yard TD pass from Ricky Dobbs in the first quarter of the Army gmae ... it was the longest pass play in Army-Navy series history, besting the previous long of 69 yards from Brian Broadwater to Ryan Rea in the 1998 Army-Navy game ... carried the ball twice for 15 yards and a TD in the Mids’ home contest against Central Michigan ... his six-yard TD run late in the third quarter was his first-career rushing touchdown ... gained a career-high 26 yards on two carries, including a long rush of 15 yards at East Carolina ... Navy’s offense put up 76 points in the win over East Carolina, setting a modern day scoring record ... it’s the most points scored by the Mids since Navy defeated Colby, 121-0, on Nov. 15, 1919 ...Navy finished the game with a season-high 521 yards rushing, marking the first time the Mids have topped the 500yard rushing milestone since Aug. 30, 2008, when the Mids ran for 558 yards against Towson ... it’s tied as the fifth-best rushing performance in school history ... Navy’s 596 yards of total offense marks its best offensive day since finishing with 602 yards against Towson on Aug. 30, 2008 ... it goes down as the 16th-most yards (tied) in program history ... rushed for six yards on one carry in Navy’s win over Notre Dame ... carried the

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ball once for six yards in Navy’s come-from-behind win over SMU ... rushed for eight yards on one carry at Louisiana Tech ... caught a 25-yard touchdown pass from Ricky Dobbs which was Howell’s first-career TD on what was only his second-career touch of the ball ... shut down Georgia Southern fullback Tobi Akinniranye on a fake punt, giving the ball to the Mids at the Georgia Southern 40 ... it marked his first-collegiate tackle ... gained 13 yards on his lone carry against Maryland in what was his collegiate debut. * 2009: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Lansdale Catholic High School, Howell was a two-sport standout earning letters in football (3) and track & field (1) ... garnered all-league honors as a junior and senior ... Second-Team All-State (Pa.) selection in 2007 who was named the Pac 10 Two-Way Player of the Year ... named the Big Ticket Small School MVP in 2007, while earning First-Team All-Intelligencer mention ... twice named a nominee for the Old Spice Player of the Year ... selected as the co-team MVP as a sophomore and the MVP in his junior and senior years ... led the football team to district and conference titles in 2007 with an 11-2 record ... full name is John W. Howell ... born June 23, 1990, in Abington, Pa. ... son of John and Liz Howell ... majoring in oceanography.

HOWELL’S CAREER STATISTICS Rushing 2009 2010 TOTALS

Att

15 15

Yds Avg TD Long -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -102 6.8 2 15 102 6.8 2 15

100-Yd

Game (Date) vs. Maryland (9-6-10) Ga. Southern (9-11-10) at Louisiana Tech (9-18-10) at Air Force (10-2-10) at Wake Forest (10-9-10) SMU (10-16-10) vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) Duke (10-30-10) at East Carolina (11-6-10) C. Michigan (11-13-10) Arkansas State (11-20-10) vs. Army (12-11-10) at San Diego St. (12-23-10)

Att 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 2 2 2 0 4

Rushing Yds TD 13 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 6 0 -1 0 26 0 15 1 4 1 0 0 25 0

Avg 13.0 0.0 8.0 0.0 0.0 6.0 6.0 -1.0 13.0 7.5 2.0 0.0 6.2

Receiving Rec Yds TD Avg 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 1 25 1 25.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 1 77 1 77.0 0 0 0 0.0

#1 BRYNMOR HUGHES

* At Navy: Enters the fall looking to add depth at outside linebacker ... has good speed ... is football smart. * 2010: Did not see any varsity action. * 2009: Did not see any varsity action. * 2008: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2008 graduate of Cathedral Catholic High School ... attended three high schools lettering once at East Chapel Hill High School, once at Green Hope High School and twice at Cathedral Catholic ... was a quarterback in high school ... football team at Cathedral Prep won the CIF Championship his senior year ... high school teammate of current Navy teammate Dylon Porlas ... full name is Harold T. Hunter ... born June 3, 1989, in San Diego, Calif. ... son of Hal III and Tracy Hunter ... father is the offensive line coach for the San Diego Chargers and was the interim head coach at LSU for one game in 1999 and led the Tigers to a 35-10 victory over rival Arkansas ... majoring in English.

#73 JOSHUA JONES

Jr • Defensive End • 6-1 • 248 • Greensboro, N.C.

* At Navy: Enters the fall battling Ryan Paulson for third on the depth chart at defensive end ... has good speed ... could be an effective pass rusher ... has a great attitude. * 2010: Appeared in four games, including making his season debut against Wake Forest ... saw significant time against the Deacs in the final drive of the first half ... turned in a solo tackle in Navy’s win at East Carolina ... briefly made an appearance in the SMU contest. * 2009: Played in a pair of games for the Midshipmen, including the annual Army-Navy contest ... made his collegiate debut in the Mids’ 63-14 rout over Rice. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of James B. Dudley High School, Jones earned a pair of letters as a defensive end for the football team ... led the football team to back-to-back (2007-08) 3-AA State Championships with a combined 29-3 record ... two-time all-conference, all-area and all-county selection who served as team captain his junior and senior years ... member and vice president of his school’s chapter of the National Honor Society ... uncle, Marcus Dow, played football at North Carolina ... full name is Joshua Dwight Jones ... born April 25, 1991, in Winston-Salem, N.C. ... son of Alesia Shavis ... majoring in mathematics ... carries a 3.28 grade-point average.

#57 CALEB KING

Rr • Inside Linebacker • 6-0 • 223 • Port Orange, Fla.

So • Kicker/Punter • 5-10 • 169 • San Diego, Calif.

* At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at both kicker and punter ... has a strong leg. * 2010: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Saint Augustine High Schoo, Hughes attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... lettered three times in football and twice in soccer at St. Augustine High School ... school won the CIF championship his sophomore year ... was named Second Team All-State as a junior in football ... full name is Brynmor William Hughes ... born Jan. 28, 1991, in San Diego, Calif. ... son of Jonathan Hughes and Nicole Fitzpatrick ... majoring in political science.

#55 HAL HUNTER

Sr • Outside Linebacker • 6-1 • 215 • San Diego, Calif.

0 0

Rec Yds Avg TD Long 100-Yd Receiving -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -2009 2 102 51.0 2 77 0 2010 2 102 51.0 2 77 0 TOTALS Career highs – Carries: 2 (Three Times; last vs. Arkansas State, 11-20-10) Rushing Yards: 26 at East Carolina (11-6-10) Rushing TDs: 1 (Twice; last vs. Arkansas State, 11-20-10) Receptions: 1 (Twice; last vs. Army, 12-11-10) Receiving Yards: 77 vs. Army (12-11-10) Receiving TDs: 1 (Twice; last vs. Army, 12-11-10)

HOWELL GAME-BY-GAME

PLAYER PROFILES

* At Navy: Enters the fall battling Matt Warrick for one of the starting inside linebacker spots ... coming off a good spring camp ... dropped about 15 pounds and appeared much quicker in the spring ... has good speed and is one of the hardest hitters on the team ... gained valuable experience at linebacker last fall ... has earned two varsity letters. * 2010: A starter at inside linebacker in four games, including each of the first three, King played in all 13 contests ... produced 28 tackles over the course of the season ... made his first start since the La Tech game on Sept. 18, subbing in for an injured Max Blue against Duke ... produced a career-high 10 tackles ... pitched in a pair of tackles in Navy’s victory over Notre Dame ... contributed three tackles in Navy’s come-from-behind win over SMU ... saw most of his time on special teams in the win over Wake Forest where he made one tackle ... the Mids’ defense held Air Force scoreless in the second and third quarters before surrendering a TD in the fourth just a handful of plays after the Falcons blocked a punt deep in Navy territory ... played predominately on special teams in the Air Force game was in on a career-high four stops as Navy held Louisiana Tech scoreless in the second half en route to the win ... the Mids held their first two opponents to a total of 47 yards passing (11 by Maryland and 36 by Georgia Southern) ... it’s the first time since 1979 that Navy has held the opposition to below 50 yards passing in back-to-back games ... that year the Mids held The Citadel to 41 yards passing in a 26-7 win and held Connecticut to 48 yards passing in a 21-10 win ... recorded a pair of solo stops in the Mids’ win over Georgia Southern in the home opener ... part of a Navy defense that held Georgia Southern to just 109 yards of total offense ... it’s the fewest yards allowed by a Navy defense since

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PLAYER PROFILES

1997 when Navy held Army to just 87 yards of total offense (84 rushing and 3 passing) in a 39-7 victory ... earned his first-collegiate start in the Mids’ opener against Maryland where he made three tackles ... part of the Navy defensive unit that held the Terps to just 133 yards over the final three quarters, after allowing Maryland to rush for 139 yards and two touchdowns in the first quarter. * 2009: Played in 13 games for the Mids primarily as a member of Navy’s special teams unit ... made a solo tackle in Navy’s 63-14 win over Rice ... contributed his first collegiate tackle in the Mids’ win over Louisiana Tech in Navy’s home-opener ... made his collegiate debut in Navy’s opener against sixth-ranked Ohio State. * 2008: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2007 graduate of Warner Christian Academy, King attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2007-08 academic year ... a fouryear letterwinner at linebacker, he led the football team to back-to-back (2005, `06) region titles with 10-3 and 11-3 records, respectively ... earned All-State (Fla.) and allarea recognition as a junior and senior ... served as team captain as a junior and senior ... full name is Caleb Nathaniel King ... born Sept. 2, 1988, in Ormond Beach, Fla. ... son of Darrell and Robin King ... majoring in economics.

KING’S CAREER STATISTICS

Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF 2008 -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -2009 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 28 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2010 30 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS Career highs – Tackles: 10 vs. Duke (10-30-10) TFL: 0 Sacks: 0 INT: 0 PBU: 0 FR: 0 FF: 0

KING GAME-BY-GAME Game (Date) at Ohio State (9-5-09) Louisiana Tech (9-12-09) Pitt (9-19-09) at W. Kentucky (9-26-09) Air Force (10-3-09) at Rice (10-10-09) at SMU (10-17-09) Wake Forest (10-24-09) Temple (10-31-09) at Notre Dame (11-7-09) Delaware (11-14-09) at Hawai’i (11-28-09) vs. Army (12-12-09) vs. Missouri (12-31-09)

U-A-TT 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

vs. Maryland (9-6-10) 0-3-3 Ga. Southern (9-11-10) 2-0-2 at Louisiana Tech (9-18-10) 2-2-4 at Air Force (10-2-10) 0-0-0 at Wake Forest (10-9-10) 0-1-1 SMU (10-16-10) 2-1-3 vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) 0-2-2 Duke (10-30-10) 3-7-10 at East Carolina (11-6-10) 3-0-3 C. Michigan (11-13-10) Arkansas State (11-20-10) 0-0-0 vs. Army (12-11-10) 0-0-0 at San Diego St. (12-23-10) 0-0-0

TFL-Yds Sacks Int 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 -- Did Not Play -0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 -- Did Not Play -0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0

#6 SHAWN LYNCH

PBU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0

So • Safety • 6-0 • 188 • Pelham, Ala.

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0

FR Blk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0

* At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at free safety ... made the switch from wide receiver to safety this spring and adapted quickly ... has good size and is not afraid to come up and make the big hit. * 2010: Played in two games at wide receiver, seeing action against Notre Dame (one play) and East Carolina (three plays). * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Pelham High School, Lynch attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... lettered three times in football and twice in track & field at Pelham ... was All-State (Ala.) in football as a senior ... full name is Shawn Edward Lynch ... born March 30, 1991, in Jackson, Miss. ... son of Shawn Gregory and Raquel Lynch ... father played football at Jackson State ... majoring in oceanography.

#91 JARED MARKS

Sr • Nose Guard • 6-5 • 297 • Fayetteville, N.C.

* At Navy: Enters the fall as Navy’s starting nose guard ... Navy’s biggest nose guard in recent memory ... strong enough to plug up the interior of Navy’s defense ... needs to work on his conditioning so he can play more plays ... has also been a valuable member of the special teams units the last two years ... has earned two varsity letters. * 2010: Saw action in all 13 games ... turned in three tackles over the course of the season ... his lone tackle of the Notre Dame game might have been the most important tackle of his career ... teaming up with Tyler Simmons, the Mids stopped Notre Dame at the oneyard line on 4th-and-one on the opening drive of the game ... turned in one tackle, as Navy held Louisiana Tech scoreless in the second half en route to the win ... the Mids held their first two opponents to a total of 47 yards passing (11 by Maryland and 36 by Georgia Southern) ... it’s the first time since 1979 that Navy has held the opposition to below 50 yards passing in back-to-back games ... part of a Navy defense that held Georgia Southern to just 109 yards of total offense ... it’s the fewest yards allowed by a Navy defense since 1997 when Navy held Army to just 87 yards of total offense (84 rushiing and 3 passing) in a 39-7 victory ... held Georgia Southern to eight first downs, the fewest allowed by Navy since 2008 when the Mids held SMU to eight first downs in a 34-7 win ... turned in a solo tackle in the Mids’ opener against Maryland. * 2009: Played in all 14 games, including making his collegiate debut in the Mids’ opener against No. 6 Ohio State ... saw most of his action as a member of Navy’s special teams, but also appeared in short-yardage situations ... made his first-career tackle against Academy rival Air Force. * 2008: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2007 graduate of Pine Forest High School, Marks attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2007-08 academic year ... earned three letters each in football and track ... received all-conference and all-region honors as a senior ... elected captain of the football team in his senior year ... named the football team's MVP in 2006 ... led the football team to the conference crown in 2006 with an 8-3 record ... member of the National Honor Society ... full name is Jared Robert Marks ... born Aug. 23, 1989 ... son of Robert and Laurie Marks ... majoring in general science.

MARKS’ CAREER STATISTICS

Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF 2008 -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -2009 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2010 3 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 4 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Career highs – Tackles: 1 (Four Times; last vs. Notre Dame, 10-23-10) TFL: 0 Sacks: 0 INT: 0 PBU: 0 FR: 0 FF: 0

MARKS GAME-BY-GAME Game (Date) at Ohio State (9-5-09) Louisiana Tech (9-12-09) Pitt (9-19-09) at W. Kentucky (9-26-09) Air Force (10-3-09) at Rice (10-10-09) at SMU (10-17-09) Wake Forest (10-24-09) Temple (10-31-09) at Notre Dame (11-7-09) Delaware (11-14-09) at Hawai’i (11-28-09) vs. Army (12-12-09) vs. Missouri (12-31-09)

vs. Maryland (9-6-10) Ga. Southern (9-11-10) at Louisiana Tech (9-18-10) at Air Force (10-2-10) at Wake Forest (10-9-10) SMU (10-16-10) vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) Duke (10-30-10) at East Carolina (11-6-10) C. Michigan (11-13-10) Arkansas State (11-20-10) vs. Army (12-11-10) at San Diego St. (12-23-10)

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U-A-TT 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

TFL-Yds Sacks 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Int 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PBU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FR Blk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


PLAYER PROFILES

#36 JOHN McCAULEY

Sr • Fullback • 6-0 • 247 • Springdale, Pa.

* At Navy: Enters the fall looking to add depth at fullback ... could also be a special teams player ... injured his left foot early in the spring and was unable to practice the majority of spring ball ... it is questionable if he will be able to return in the fall. * 2010: Appeared in one game, playing four plays against Maryland. * 2009: Saw action in five games on special teams. * 2008: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2007 graduate of Springdale High School, McCauley attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2007-08 academic year ... earned four varsity letters on the football team at Springdale ... football team won the WPIAL championship his freshman year ... was named All-Conference, All-City and All-Valley ... has a passion for boxing ... full name is John William McCauley ... born March 22, 1989, in Pittsburgh, Pa. ... son of Al and Linda McCauley ... his father played fullback at Temple and is now a boxing trainer and manager in the Pittsburgh area ... majoring in general science.

#3 TREY MILLER

So • Quarterback • 6-0 • 191 • Marietta, Ga.

* At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at quarterback ... coming off a great spring camp that saw him win the Admiral Mack Award, which is given to the most improved player during spring practice ... was impressive in Navy’s two spring scrimmages, showing a strong arm and the ability to make people miss when running the ball ... strong player who is hard to tackle. * 2010: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Whitefield Academy, Miller attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... earned four varsity letters in football and track & field and three letters in basketball at Whitefield Academy ... was the starting point guard on the 2009 State Championship in basketball ... ran the 100 and 200 meters along with the 4x100 and 4x400 meter relays ... was team captain of both the football and basketball teams ... was Honorable Mention All-State (Ga.) in football as a senior ... full name is Donnell Treyvon Miller ... born April 25, 1991, in Marietta, Ga. ... son of Donnell and Chenea Miller ... majoring in general science.

#11 KWESI MITCHELL

Sr • Cornerback • 5-10 • 189 • Hoover, Ala.

* At Navy: Enters the fall as one of Navy’s starting cornerbacks ... the most experienced member of the secondary ... versatile performer who can also play safety ... has good speed ... ran a 2.60 in the 20-yard dash, which was the fifth-best mark on the team ... ran a 4.50 40-yard dash, which was tied with Gee Gee Greene for fourth best on the team ... has a great attitude ... All-East candidate ... has earned two varsity letters. * 2010: A starter in all 13 contests (12 at cornerback, 1 at free safety) ... turned in 48 tackles on the year, including 33 solo stops ... broke up three passes and intercepted one ... forced a team-high tying three fumbles ... part of a defensive unit that was ranked 46th in scoring defense (23.31 pts/gm) and 27th in turnover margin (+0.54 /gm) ... pitched in four tackles and forced a fumble in the Mids’ Poinsettia Bowl loss to San Diego State ... produced four solo tackles and broke up a pass in Navy’s 31-17 victory over Army ... turned in three tackles and forced a fumble in Navy’s win over Arkansas State on Senior Day ... posted seven tackles, including five solo stops against Central Michigan ... recorded five tackles in Navy’s win at East Carolina ... posted three solo tackles in Navy’s loss to Duke ... turned in a pair of tackles and a pass break-up in Navy’s win over Notre Dame ... intercepted Notre Dame QB Dayne Crist at the Irish 26 and returned it one yard ... it was his first-career interception ... posted a season-high five tackles in Navy’s victory over SMU ... turned in four tackles against Wake Forest and forced a fumble, the first of his career (retained by Wake) ... the Mids’ defense held Air Force scoreless in the second and third quarters before surrendering a TD in the fourth just a handful of plays after the Falcons blocked a punt deep in Navy territory ... recorded four tackles, including a half a tackle for a loss against the Falcons ... started the Louisiana Tech game at free safety in place

of an injured Emmett Merchant ... finished the game with three tackles and broke up a pass, as Navy held Louisiana Tech scoreless in the second quarter en route to the win ... the Mids held their first two opponents to a total of 47 yards passing (11 by Maryland and 36 by Georgia Southern) ... it’s the first time since 1979 that Navy has held the opposition to below 50 yards passing in back-to-back games ... produced three tackles, including two solo stops, in Navy’s win over Georgia Southern in the homeopener ... part of a Navy defense that held Georgia Southern to just 109 yards of total offense ... it’s the fewest yards allowed by a Navy defense since 1997 when Navy held Army to just 87 yards of total offense (84 rushing and 3 passing) in a 39-7 victory ... contributed one tackle vs. Maryland. * 2009: A starter in two games, he appeared in all 14 contests, including making his collegiate debut in the Mids’ opener against No. 6 Ohio State ... finished the year with 29 tackles (18-11), including a half a tackle for a loss ... also contributed two pass breakups ... member of Navy’s defense that held Missouri, the nation’s 33rd-ranked scoring offense with its 30.3 points per game, to just 13 points in the 2009 Texas Bowl ... it was Missouri’s third-lowest scoring output of the year and the fewest points since Texas throttled the Tigers 41-7 on Oct. 24 ... after the Tigers scored a TD just 24 seconds into the game, Navy’s defense held Missouri without a touchdown for the remainder of the contest ... playing a nickel defense, Mitchell got the starting nod against the Tigers where he made three tackles and was credited with a half a sack ... also pitched in a pass break-up ... was in on three tackles in what was his first appearance in the annual Army-Navy game ... the Mids held Army to just a field goal in the contest after Ricky Dobbs threw an interception in Navy territory in the first quarter ... Navy’s defense has not allowed an Army touchdown in 12-straight quarters (dating back to 2006) ... furthermore, the Mids did not give up an offensive touchdown to Army or Air Force in 2009 ... made two solo stops against Hawai’i, while also breaking up a pass ... turned in a solo tackle against Delaware in the home finale ... recorded one tackle in the Mids’ win over Notre Dame ... Navy’s 14-0 advantage at the half marked the first time since Nov. 1, 1997, that the Mids have led the Irish at the half ... it’s also the first time since Nov. 2, 1974, that Navy has shut out Notre Dame in the opening half ... the Mids’ defense held Temple to just 37 yards passing, the fewest yards since Rice completed all five of its pass attempts for 35 yards on Oct. 23, 2004 ... added a pair of solo tackles against the Owls ... Navy’s defense stifled the Wake Forest offense all day, holding the Deacs scoreless in the first quarter and to three points for more than 53 minutes ... turned in two solo tackles against Wake and downed a Kyle Delahooke punt inside the five ... contributed three tackles in Navy’s overtime win at SMU ... part of a defense that held Rice to just 21 yards on the ground, marking the second time this year the Mids

MITCHELL’S CAREER STATISTICS

Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF 2008 -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -2009 29 0.5-3 0.5-3 0-0 2 0 0 2010 48 0.5-1 0-0 1-1 3 0 3 TOTALS 87 1.0-4 0.5-3 1-1 5 0 3 Career highs – Tackles: 8 vs. Western Kentucky (9-26-09) TFL: 0.5 (Twice; last at Air Force, 10-2-10) Sacks: 0.5 vs. Missouri (12-31-09) INT: 1 vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) PBU: 1 (Five Times; last vs. Army, 12-11-10) FR: 0 FF: 1 (Three Times; last at San Diego State, 12-23-10)

MITCHELL GAME-BY-GAME Game (Date) at Ohio State (9-5-09) Louisiana Tech (9-12-09) at Pitt (9-19-09) W. Kentucky (9-26-09) Air Force (10-3-09) at Rice (10-10-09) at SMU (10-17-09) Wake Forest (10-24-09) Temple (10-31-09) at Notre Dame (11-7-09) Delaware (11-14-09) at Hawai’i (11-28-09) vs. Army (12-12-09) vs. Missouri (12-31-09)

vs. Maryland (9-6-10) Ga. Southern (9-11-10) at Louisiana Tech (9-18-10) at Air Force (10-2-10) at Wake Forest (10-9-10) SMU (10-16-10) vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) Duke (10-30-10) at East Carolina (11-6-10) C. Michigan (11-13-10) Arkansas State (11-20-10) vs. Army (12-11-10) at San Diego St. (12-23-10)

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have held an opponent to under 50 yards rushing ... Navy also held Rice to 272 yards of total offense, the third opponent in 2009 that has been held under 300 yards of total offense ... contributed a pair of tackles against the Owls ... member of the Mids’ defense that did not give up an offensive TD by Air Force and held the Falcons well under its rushing average of 319 yards (183 vs. Navy) ... made his first collegiate start in the Mids’ win over Western Kentucky, as the Mids were bitten by the injury bug a game prior leaving the regular starters sidelined ... finished the game with a career-high eight tackles ... turned in a tackle against Pitt ... was in on one tackle against the Buckeyes. * 2008: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2007 graduate of Hoover High School, Mitchell attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2007-08 academic year ... lettered three years as a defensive back and also ran track ... football team was featured on MTV’s Two-A-Days ... received All-State (Ala.) recognition in football his senior year ... led the football team to state titles in 2004 (15-0) and `06 (14-2) ... elected team captain of the outdoor track & field team in his senior season ... member of the outdoor track & field team that won the state championship in 2005 ... uncle, David Mitchell Jr., played football at Mississippi State ... full name is Kwesi Akeem Mitchell ... born June 15, 1989, in Thomasville, Ga. ... son of Daniel Mitchell and Jacqueline Mitchell ... majoring in economics.

#15 GARY MYERS

Sr • Cornerback/Safety • 6-1 • 194 • San Antonio, Texas

* At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at safety ... made the move to safety in the spring after spending his first three years at wide receiver ... also expected to be Navy’s punt returner again this year ... has good size ... has earned two varsity letters. * 2010: Saw action as Navy’s punt returner in 11 of the 13 games, but was forced to sit out of the Army-Navy game as well as the bowl game after suffering a neck injury against Arkansas State ... averaged 5.4 yards per punt return, gaining 70 yards on 13 returns over the course of the season ... returned one punt for three yards against Arkansas State in the Mids’ home finale ... returned one punt for four yards in Navy’s loss to Duke on Homecoming ... turned in one tackle on special teams in the Notre Dame, while also fielding one punt return for no gain ... returned on punt for four yards against SMU ... called upon for a pair of punt returns at Air Force, returning them for a combined 15 yards ... returned four punts for 31 yards, including a long return of 14 against Georgia Southern in the home-opener ... returned two punts for 13 yards in the Mids’ opener against Maryland. * 2009: Appeared in 13 games where he made three catches for 60 yards ... sat out the Air Force game after suffering a concussion against Western Kentucky ... caught a pass in each of the first three contests this fall ... caught one pass for 12 yards in the Mids loss at Pitt ... made an exceptional catch on a 38-yard throw by Ricky Dobbs late in the fourth quarter of the Mids win over Louisiana Tech in the home-opener ... the catch was a career-long reception for Myers ... connected with Ricky Dobbs for his first career reception, a 10-yard grab against sixth-ranked Ohio State in the seasonopener. * 2008: Saw action in one game, playing four plays in the season opener against Towson. * High School / Personal: A 2007 graduate of W.H. Taft High School, Myers attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2007-08 academic year ... a three-sport standout, he lettered three times each in football, basketball and track ... a two-time football team captain, he received all-district recognition three times and was twice named an all-city selection ... also a two-time basketball team captain, he received alldistrict honors three times and was named all-city ... member of the National Honor Society ... high school teammate of former Navy football players Ram Vela and Jordan Eddington ... sister, Angela, is a 2011 graduate of the Naval Academy and led the Navy women’s basketball team to its first NCAA Tournament appearance in school history ... sister, Ashley, graduated from the Air Force Academy ... full name is Gary Dante Myers Jr. ... born Aug. 7, 1989, in Omaha, Neb. ... son of Gary Sr. and Barbara Myers ... majoring in chemistry.

MYERS’ CAREER STATISTICS Receiving 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

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Ret Yds Avg TD Long Punt Return 0 0 0.0 0 0 2008 0 0 0.0 0 0 2009 13 70 5.4 0 14 2010 13 70 5.4 0 14 TOTALS Career highs – Receptions: 1 (Three times; last at Pitt, 9-19-09) Receiving Yards: 38 vs. Louisiana Tech (9-12-09) Receiving TDs: 0

MYERS GAME-BY-GAME Game (Date) at Ohio State (9-5-09) Louisiana Tech (9-12-09) at Pitt (9-19-09) W. Kentucky (9-26-09) Air Force (10-3-09) at Rice (10-10-09) at SMU (10-17-09) Wake Forest (10-24-09) Temple (10-31-09) at Notre Dame (11-7-09) Delaware (11-14-09) at Hawai’i (11-28-09) vs. Army (12-12-09) vs. Missouri (12-31-09)

Maryland (9-6-10) Ga. Southern (9-11-10) at Louisiana Tech (9-18-10) at Air Force (10-2-10) at Wake Forest (10-9-10) SMU (10-16-10) vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) Duke (10-30-10) at East Carolina (11-6-10) C. Michigan (11-13-10) Arkansas State (11-20-10) vs. Army (12-11-10) at San Diego St. (12-23-10)

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#40 JOHN MICHAEL NURTHEN

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Jr • Inside Linebacker • 6-2 • 217 • Phoenixville, Pa.

* At Navy: Coming off a solid spring camp and enters the fall third on the depth chart at inside linebacker ... has good speed ... will run to the football ... plays with intensity. * 2010: Did not see any varsity action. * 2009: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Great Valley High School ... earned four varsity letters in baseball and three in football ... baseball team won the league championship three-consecutive seasons ... was an All-State (Pa.) linebacker as a senior ... was a three-time All-League selection in football ... brother, Chris, is a freshman at the Naval Academy and a member of the football team ... full name is John Michael Nurthen ... born Feb. 21, 1991, in Philadelphia, Pa. ... son of John and Elissa Nurthen ... majoring in systems engineering ... carries a 3.22 grade-point average.

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#83 JOHN O’BOYLE

Jr • Wide Receiver • 6-0 • 191 • Charlotte, N.C.

* At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at wide receiver ... switched from slot back to wide receiver in the spring ... hard nosed player ... solid blocker. * 2010: Played in seven games primarily as a member of special teams, including making his collegiate debut in Navy’s come-from-behind win over SMU. * 2009: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Charlotte Catholic High School, O'Boyle was a four-sport standout earning letters in basketball (2), football (2), baseball (1) and track & field (1) ... earned all-county football honors as a junior ... served as team captain of the football team his senior year ... led football team to back-to-back conference titles, including in 2008 when Charlotte Catholic punched its ticket to the state championship ... member of the 2009 track team that claimed the program's first conference title ... father, Jimmy, played soccer at East Carolina ... mother, Maria, is a native of Nicaragua ... full name is John Francisco O'Boyle ... born Nov. 2, 1990, in Charlotte, N.C. ... son of Jimmy and Maria O'Boyle ... majoring in economics.

#58 EVAN PALALEI

So • Outside Linebacker • 6-3 • 228 • Las Vegas, Nev.

* At Navy: Enters the fall fall third on the depth chart at outside linebacker ... terrific prospect ... has great size ... has solid speed and is learning to run to the football. * 2010: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of Bishop Gorman High School ... earned four varsity letters in football ... won a state championship his sophomore (14-0) and senior (15-0) year ... was an All-State (Nev.) selection as a senior ... Navy teammate Sam Womack was also a high school teammate ... full name is Evan Fuivai Palaeli ... born Sept. 18, 1991, in Las Vegas, Nev. ... son of Lonnie and Catherine Ann Palalei ... father was an offensive lineman at UNLV and played in the NFL for the Steelers, Eagles, Giants and Jets ... played six seasons in the NFL and started 26 games ... majoring in history.

#94 RYAN PAULSON

Jr • Defensive End • 6-4 • 260 • Broomfield, Colo.

* At Navy: Enters the fall battling Joshua Jones for third on the depth chart at defensive end ... has good size and strength ... has earned one varsity letter. * 2010: Played in every game, including making his collegiate debut in the Mids’ opener against Maryland as a member of the special teams unit ... contributed a career-high three tackles in Navy’s win over East Carolina. * 2009: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Legacy High School, Paulson was a four-sport standout earning letters in basketball (2), football (2), track & field (2) and rugby (1) ... two-time all-conference and allregion selection who was named All-State (Colo.) his senior year ... an all-academic selection in both football and basketball ... enjoys volunteering in his spare time, including at the senior center at home during the summer months ... full name is Ryan Sidney Paulson ... born July 7, 1991, in Odessa, Texas ... son of Mike and Terry Paulson ... majoring in oceanography.

#60 KAHIKOLU PESCAIA

Jr • Center • 6-0 • 264 • Kailua, Hawai’i

* At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at center ... extremely strong ... has good feet. * 2010: Made his collegiate debut in the Mids’ win over East Carolina playing eight plays. * 2009: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2008 graduate of Kamehameha High School, Pescaia attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2008-09 academic year ... two-sport athlete who earned three letters in football and two in track & field ... served as team captain of the football team his senior year ... served as his class vice president as a junior and senior ... member of the National Honor Society ... plays the ukulele and sings ... high school teammate of Hawai'i sophomore defensive back Jordan Gomes ... father, Damon Sr., is a pilot in the Hawaiian Air National Guard ... high school teammate of current Navy teammate Wave Ryder ... full name is Damon Lance Kahikolu Pescaia Jr. ... born March 9, 1990, in San Antonio, Texas ... son of Damon Sr. and Mary Pescaia ... majoring in systems engineering ... carries a 3.13 GPA.

#53 CODY PETERSON

So • Outside Linebacker • 6-3 • 205 • Olympia, Wash.

* At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at outside linebacker ... came to Navy as a fullback, but switched to outside linebacker in the spring ... outstanding athlete ... has good size and speed ... was injured (left knee) during spring camp, but should be fine for the fall ... an exciting prospect. * 2010: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of AG West Black Hills High School ... earned varsity letters in football, track & field and basketball ... was a twotime First-Team All-State (Wash.) selection in football ... finished second in the state in the 110 meter high hurdles ... team finished second in the state track & field meet ... full name is Cody Patrick Peterson ... born Oct. 20, 1991, in Olympia, Wash. ... son of Jeff and Jennifer Peterson ... majoring in English.

#93 TORRI PRESTON

Sr • Nose Guard • 6-0 • 253 • Conyers, Ga.

* At Navy: Enters the fall looking to add depth on the defensive line ... expected to be a mentor to Navy’s young defensive linemen ... popular teammate who is a hard worker. * 2010: Did not see any varsity action. * 2009: Did not see any varsity action. * 2008: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2007 graduate of Rockdale County High School, Preston attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2007-08 academic year ... came to Navy as a quarterback/fullback ... earned four letters in football and three in track & field at Rockdale County ... was a three-time all-county selection in football ... was his high school class valedictorian and a member of the National Honor Society ... full name is Torri Ramon Preston ... born Jan. 13, 1989, in Atlanta, Ga. ... son of Michael and Stella Preston ... father is a retired Master Gunnery Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps ... majoring in economics.

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#2 KRISS PROCTOR

Sr • Quarterback • 6-1 • 200 • Big Bear City, Calif.

* At Navy: Enters the fall as Navy’s starting quarterback ... possibly Navy’s fastest quarterback in the triple option era ... has gotten much bigger and stronger over the past three seasons ... has improved his passing ... proficient at running the triple option ... ran the pro agility drill in 4.10 seconds, the fourthfastest mark on the team ... All-East candidate ... has earned two varsity letters. * 2010: Played in eight contests and was Navy’s starting QB against Central Michigan ... closed out his junior season carrying the ball 32 times for 304 yards and four TDs, while completing just two of his five passes for 33 yards ... member of Navy’s offensive unit that finished the season ranked sixth in the country in rushing offense (284.77 yds/gm) and ninth in pass efficiency (156.65) ... got into the Army-Navy game as a member of the hands team ... spelled Dobbs for a play after he was banged up against Arkansas State ... ran the ball just once for a gain of one yard ... made just his third-career start at QB and first since last year’s Temple contest when he led the Mids to victory at home against Central Michigan ... finished the game with 201 yards on 20 carries ... it’s the 10th-best ground gain by a Navy quarterback in school history and the most since Ricky Dobbs ran for 224 yards on 42 carries in Navy’s win over SMU in 2008 ... reached the 100-yard rushing mark behind a 14-yard rush in the third quarter ... it marked his first-career 100-yard rushing day ... his previous rushing high was 89 yards against Wake Forest last year ... reached the 200-yard rushing mark behind a 2-yard rush with 1:59 remaining in the game ... he is the 19th different QB in program history to rush for 100 yards in a game and only the sixth different QB in Navy history to rush for 200 yards ... his career-long 48-yard run in the third quarter was his second 40-plus yard run of the contest, also running for 40 yards in the second quarter ... was spec-

PROCTOR’S CAREER STATISTICS Passing 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

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PROCTOR GAME-BY-GAME Game (Date) at Ohio State (9-5-09) Louisiana Tech (9-12-09) Pitt (9-19-09) W. Kentucky (9-26-09) Air Force (10-3-09) at Rice (10-10-09) at SMU (10-17-09) Wake Forest (10-24-09) Temple (10-31-09) at Notre Dame (11-7-09) Delaware (11-14-09) at Hawai’i (11-28-09) vs. Army (12-12-09) vs. Missouri (12-31-09)

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tacular in the fourth quarter at East Carolina where he carried the ball five times for 78 yards and a pair of touchdowns ... scored a 23-yard TD, as well as a one-yarder ... Navy’s offense put up 76 points in the win over East Carolina, setting a modern day scoring record ... it’s the most points scored by the Mids since Navy defeated Colby, 121-0, on Nov. 15, 1919 ... Navy finished the game with a season-high 521 yards rushing, marking the first time the Mids have topped the 500-yard rushing milestone since Aug. 30, 2008, when the Mids ran for 558 yards against Towson ... it’s tied as the fifthbest rushing performance in school history ... Navy’s 596 yards of total offense marks its best offensive day since finishing with 602 yards against Towson on Aug. 30, 2008 ... it goes down as the 16th-most yards (tied) in program history ... appeared in the Notre Dame game as a member of the hands team ... spelled Ricky Dobbs for a down in the Wake Forest game ... came in relief of Dobbs in the third quarter at Louisiana Tech ... carried the ball six times for 24 and capped it off by scoring a seven-yard touchdown. * 2009: Made three appearances during the season, including starts against Wake Forest and Temple in place of an injured Ricky Dobbs ... rushed for 223 yards and five touchdowns on 53 carries ... completed two of his four passes for 27 yards and was picked off once ... started his second consecutive game in a 27-24 loss to Temple ... completed two of his four passes for 27 yards, including a long pass of 31 yards to Mario Washington ... carried the ball 16 times for 52 yards and a two-yard TD ... inserted into the starting lineup for the Wake Forest game after a knee injury suffered by starter Ricky Dobbs against SMU ... was a solid performer against the Deacs, rushing for a career-high 89 yards on a career-high 23 carries in Navy’s 13-10 win over Wake Forest ... scored Navy’s only TD on a career-long 40-yard run ... it’s the third-consecutive year that a Navy quarterback has led Navy to victory in his first-career start ... he is the first Navy quarterback in the triple option era to beat a team from a BCS conference in his first-career start ... made his first collegiate appearance in the Mids’ 63-14 win over Rice, coming into the game with 9:49 remaining in the third quarter in relief of starter Ricky Dobbs ... carried the ball 14 times for 82 yards and three one-yard touchdowns ... headed into his sophomore season as the No. 2 quarterback, but a preseason knee injury kept him out of action for the first three games. * 2008: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2008 graduate of Big Bear High School, Proctor was a three-sport standout ... a four-year letterwinner in football, he picked up three letters in basketball and baseball ... led the football team to back-to-back De Anza League titles with a combined 24-2 record in 2006 and `07 ... received All-State (Calif.) and all-county honors in football his senior year ... was named the division and league MVP as a senior ... baseball team claimed the De Anza League crown in 2008 ... a two-time all-state, all-county and All-CIF center fielder for the baseball team ... earned All-CIF and allleague kudos as a point guard for the basketball team in 2007 and `08 ... member of the National Honor Society ... full name is Kriss William Proctor ... born Feb. 3, 1990, in Big Bear City, Calif. ... son of Kenny and Sandie Proctor ... majoring in international relations.

#52 SHAWN REED

So • Linebacker • 6-1 • 210 • Kailua, Hawai’i

* At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at linebacker ... had a solid spring camp ... has good speed ... could make an impact this fall. * 2010: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Kalaheo High School, Reed attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... named the defensive player of the year at NAPS ... earned three letters in football ... was also a member of the canoe paddling team that won a state championship ... was All-OIA in football as a senior ... was named Kalaheo High School’s Athlete of the Year as a senior ... full name is Shawn Dale Reed ... born Dec. 10, 1990, in California ... son of John and Mary Reed ... majoring in oceanography.

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#8 WAVE RYDER

So • Safety • 6-2 • 205 • Kaneohe, Hawai’i

* At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at rover ... terrific prospect ... has great size and good speed ... loves to come up and make the big hit ... has good coverage skills ... an exciting prospect. * 2010: Saw action in four games, mostly on special teams ... played against Notre Dame, East Carolina, Army and San Diego State. * High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of Kamehameha High School ... was a high school teammate of current Navy teammate Kahikolu Pescaia ... earned three varsity letters in football and four in track ... football team won the state championship his senior year ... was named All-State in football as a senior ... enjoys surfing, diving and other ocean sports ... full name is Wave Kupono Ryder ... born Dec. 26, 1991, in Kailua, Hawai’i ... son of Michael and Wendy Ryder ... majoring in economics.

#26 AARON SANTIAGO

Sr • Slot Back • 5-8 • 167 • Kapolei, Hawai’i

* At Navy: Enters the fall listed as a starter at slot back ... outstanding blocker ... Academic All-America candidate ... plays with a great motor ... one of the fastest players on the team ... ran a 3.99 in the pro agility drill, which was the fastest mark on the team, was timed in 1.45 seconds in the 10-yard dash and ran a 4.49 40yard dash ... has a good knowledge of the offense ... has earned one varsity letter. * 2010: Missing three of Navy’s first four games because of injury, he appeared in 10 contests and made six starts ... carried the ball 27 times for 201 yards and a TD ... also caught 13 passes for 251 yards and three touchdowns ... member of Navy’s offensive unit that finished the season ranked sixth in the country in rushing offense (284.77 yds/gm), ninth in pass efficiency (156.65), 38th in total offense (404.77 yds/gm), 45th in scoring offense (29.69 pts/gm) and 27th in turnover margin (+0.54 /gm) ... gained 27 yards on four carries against San Diego State in the Poinsettia Bowl ... also caught one pass for 16 yards against the Aztecs ... carried the ball once for five yards, while also catching a pair of passes for a career-high tying 54 yards against Army ... his 31-yard reception against the Black carried the ball three times for 15 yards in Navy’s win over Arkansas State on Senior Day ... also caught an 11-yard pass ... rushed for 60 yards and a TD on four carries, while also catching one pass for a gain of 26 yards against Central Michigan ... his 18-yard touchdown run in the first quarter was his first career rushing touchdown ... also turned in a career-long carry of 31 yards against the Chippewas ... carried the ball four times for 14 yards and caught two passes for 33 yards and a TD at East Carolina ... caught a 29-yard pass from Ricky Dobbs on what was ECU’s second of three fumbles on three-straight possessions to open the second half ... Navy’s offense put up 76 points in the win over East Carolina, setting a modern day scoring record ... it’s the most points scored by the Mids since Navy defeated Colby, 121-0, on Nov. 15, 1919 ... Navy finished the game with a season-high 521 yards rushing, marking the first time the Mids have topped the 500-yard rushing milestone since Aug. 30, 2008, when the Mids ran for 558 yards against Towson ... it’s tied as the fifth-best rushing performance in school history ... Navy’s 596 yards of total offense marks its best offensive day since finishing with 602 yards against Towson on Aug. 30, 2008 ... it goes down as the 16th-most yards (tied) in program history ... gained 12 yards on two carries against Duke, while also catching a pair of passes for 36 yards ... connected with QB Ricky Dobbs on a 12-yard touchdown catch to get the Mids to within a field goal ... carried the ball just once against Notre Dame, but played a more important role as a blocker in the Mids’ win over the Irish ... helped open up holes for fullback Alexander Teich to rush for a career-high 210 yards against Notre Dame, the first 200-yard rushing game by a Navy fullback in program history and the most rushing yards by a Navy player in series history ... as a team, Navy rushed for four TDs, including three by QB Ricky Dobbs ... caught two passes for 54 yards against SMU, including a 51-yard grab ... caught a three-yard pass from Ricky Dobbs for his first-career touchdown (rushing or receiving) ... also carried the ball twice for two yards ... playing for the first time since Navy’s home opener, Santiago played a fantastic game against Wake Forest ... carried the ball six times for a career-high 66 yards ... also caught one pass for nine yards ... came into the game against the Deacs with one-career carry (2009 vs. Rice) and one-career reception (2010 Georgia Southern) ... sidelined for the Louisiana Tech and Air Force games after aggravating a hamstring injury ... caught his first-collegiate pass, a 12-yarder from Ricky Dobbs, in Navy’s home-opener against Georgia Southern ... it was just his second-career touch on the offense ... sidelined for the Mids’ opener against Maryland with a hamstring injury. * 2009: Saw action in nine games, mostly as a member of Navy’s special teams ... carried the ball just once for nine yards, while pitching in six tackles for the Mids ... made

a return to his home state of Hawai’i, where he turned in one tackle ... produced two solo tackles in Navy’s home final against Delaware ... sat out the Wake Forest game after suffering an ankle injury against SMU ... inserted into the lineup for special teams at SMU where he contributed a pair of tackles ... in just his second career appearance, he carried the ball once for a gain of nine yards against Rice ... made his collegiate debut in Navy’s home-opening victory over Louisiana Tech. * 2008: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2007 graduate of Kapolei High School, Santiago attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2007-08 academic year ... a three-sport standout, he was a four-year letterwinner in baseball who also picked up three letters in football and two in soccer ... led the soccer team to the Oahu Interscholastic Association (OIA) Championship in his senior year ... selected to play in the HUB Goodwill Senior Bowl ... member of the National Honor Society ... hails from the same hometown and graduated from the same high school as former quarterback Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada ... full name is Aaron J. Santiago ... born June 5, 1989, in Honolulu, Hawai'i ... son of Jon Santiago and Joan Fernandez ... majoring in systems engineering ... carries a 3.32 grade-point average.

SANTIAGO’S CAREER STATISTICS Rushing 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

Receiving 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

Att

Yds Avg TD Long -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -9 9.0 0 9 201 7.4 1 31 210 7.5 1 31

1 27 28

Rec

Yds Avg TD Long -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -0 0.0 0 0 251 19.3 3 51 251 19.3 3 51

0 13 13

100-Yd

0 0 0

100-Yd

0 0 0

Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF Defense 2008 -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -6 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2009 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2010 TOTALS 6 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Career highs – Carries: 6 at Wake Forest (10-9-10) Rushing Yards: 66 at Wake Forest (10-9-10) Rushing TDs: 1 vs. Central Michigan (11-13-10) Receptions: 2 (Four Times; last vs. Army, 12-11-10) Receiving Yards: 54 (Twice; last vs. Army, 12-11-10) Receiving TDs: 1 (Three Times; last at East Carolina, 11-6-10)

SANTIAGO GAME-BY-GAME Game (Date) at Ohio State (9-5-09) Louisiana Tech (9-12-09) at Pitt (9-19-09) W. Kentucky (9-26-09) Air Force (10-3-09) at Rice (10-10-09) at SMU (10-17-09) Wake Forest (10-24-09) Temple (10-31-09) at Notre Dame (11-7-09) Delaware (11-14-09) at Hawai’i (11-28-09) vs. Army (12-12-09) vs. Missouri (12-31-09)

vs. Maryland (9-6-10) Ga. Southern (9-11-10) at Louisiana Tech (9-18-10) at Air Force (10-2-10) at Wake Forest (10-9-10) SMU (10-16-10) vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) Duke (10-30-10) at East Carolina (11-6-10) C. Michigan (11-13-10) Arkansas State (11-20-10) vs. Army (12-11-10) at San Diego St. (12-23-10)

# 101 #

Att 0

1 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

Rushing Receiving Yds TD Avg Rec Yds TD Avg -- Did Not Play -0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 -- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play -9 0 9.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 -- Did Not Play -0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0

0

0

6 2 1 2 4 4 3 1 4

66 2 0 12 14 60 15 5 27

-- Did Not Play -0 0.0 1 -- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play -0 11.0 1 0 1.0 2 0 0.0 0 0 6.0 2 0 3.5 2 1 15.0 1 0 5.0 1 0 5.0 2 0 6.8 1

12

0

12.0

9 54 0 36 33 26 11 54 16

0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

9.0 27.0 0.0 18.0 16.5 26.0 11.0 27.0 16.0


PLAYER PROFILES

#10 JARRED SHANNON

Sr • Outside Linebacker • 6-0 • 208 • Gainesville, Fla.

* At Navy: Enters the fall listed as a starter at outside linebacker ... an athletic player who has battled injuries throughout his career ... played very well during spring ball ... has the athletic tools to have a great season ... has good speed ... has earned one varsity letter. * 2010: Saw action in every game as a member of the special teams unit ... turned in a pair of tackles in Navy’s win over East Carolina ... turned in a solo tackle on special teams in Navy’s 31-17 victory over Army ... subbing in for Aaron McCauley on a handful of plays, he contributed a tackle in Navy’s loss to Duke. * 2009: Played in four games ... blocked a punt against Temple that David Wright returned for a touchdown. * 2008: Played in the final three regular season games of the year ... played two plays against Notre Dame and Army and four plays against Northern Illinois. * High School / Personal: A 2008 graduate of P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School, Shannon was a four-year letterwinner in football who also earned a letter in track & field ... garnered Second-Team All-State (Fla.) honors as a senior, as well as first-team all-area kudos ... served as team captain his senior year ... named the team's defensive captain in 2007 ... father, James, played football at Florida ... full name is Jarred Powell Shannon ... born Sept. 9, 1989, in Gainesville, Fla. ... son of James and Wendy Shannon ... majoring in history.

#4 BO SNELSON

Jr • Slot Back • 5-7 • 180 • Pasadena, Texas

named the Old Spice Player of the Year twice ... named the district’s offensive MVP his junior and senior years ... served as team captain his senior year ... coached in high school by his father, John, who played football and baseball at Southwest Baptist in Bolivar, Mo. ... placed third at the Texas State Track & Field Championship in the 4x100 relay with a time of 41.3 ... served as Class President for three years ... full name is Benjamin Michael Snelson ... born Dec. 21, 1989, in Bolivar, Mo. ... son of John and Mandy Snelson ... majoring in English.

SNELSON’S CAREER STATISTICS Rushing 2009 2010 TOTALS

Att 1 11 12

Rec 0 1 1

Receiving 2009 2010 TOTALS

Avg 9.0 8.3 8.3

Yds 0 7 7

Avg 0.0 7.0 7.0

TD 0 1 1

Long 9 19 19

TD 0 0 0

100-Yd 0 0 0

Long 0 7 7

100-Yd 0 0 0

KO Return Ret Yds Avg TD Long 4 63 15.8 0 27 2009 2 22 11.0 0 11 2010 TOTALS 6 96 16.0 0 27 Career highs – Carries: 3 (Three Times; last vs. Arkansas State, 11-20-10) Rushing Yards: 28 vs. Central Michigan (11-13-10) Rushing TDs: 1 at East Carolina (11-6-10) Receptions: 1 vs. Arkansas State (11-20-10) Receiving Yards: 7 vs. Arkansas State (11-20-10) Receiving TDs: 0

SNELSON GAME-BY-GAME

* At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at slot back ... has above average quickness ... ran the pro agility drill in 4.11 seconds, which was tied with Gee Gee Greene for the fifth best on the team ... an excellent special teams player ... a threat to catch the ball out of the backfield as a receiver ... plays with a nasty disposition and is a relentless blocker ... has earned two varsity letters. * 2010: Played in all 13 games ... played mostly special teams in the first half of the season before seeing more playing time at slot back in the latter part of the year ... carried the ball 11 times for 91 yards and a touchdown and caught one pass for seven yards over the course of the year ... member of Navy’s offensive unit that finished the season ranked sixth in the country in rushing offense (284.77 yds/gm), ninth in pass efficiency (156.65), 38th in total offense (404.77 yds/gm), 45th in scoring offense (29.69 pts/gm) and 27th in turnover margin (+0.54 /gm) ... carried the ball twice for 13 yards against San Diego State in the Poinsettia Bowl ... rushed for 25 yards on three carries in Navy’s win over Arkansas State in its home finale ... also caught a seven-yard pass, his firstcareer reception ... carried the ball three times for 28 yards against Central Michigan, including a 19-yard carry on 2nd-and-5 midway through the third quarter which was a career-long run ... his previous long was an 11-yard gain in Navy’s win at East Carolina ... at East Carolina, he figured into the normal rotation of slot backs for the first time in his career ... carried the ball three times for 25 yards and scored his first-collegiate touchdown, a six-yarder to open the fourth quarter ... Navy’s offense put up 76 points in the win over East Carolina, setting a modern day scoring record ... it’s the most points scored by the Mids since Navy defeated Colby, 121-0, on Nov. 15, 1919 ...Navy finished the game with a season-high 521 yards rushing, marking the first time the Mids have topped the 500-yard rushing milestone since Aug. 30, 2008, when the Mids ran for 558 yards against Towson ... it’s tied as the fifth-best rushing performance in school history ... Navy’s 596 yards of total offense marks its best offensive day since finishing with 602 yards against Towson on Aug. 30, 2008 ... it goes down as the 16thmost yards (tied) in program history ... in Navy’s loss to Duke, he returned one kick for a gain of 11 yards ... returned one kick for 11 yards at Wake Forest, his first return of the season ... recorded his first-collegiate tackle in the Mids’ win over Georgia Southern in the home-opener, while also posting a tackle in the Louisiana Tech win. * 2009: Appeared in 11 games for the Mids, seeing action mostly as a kick returner ... returned four kicks over the course of the season for 63 yards ... also carried the ball once for nine yards ... his 27-yard kickoff return at Hawai’i was the longest of his career ... returned one kickoff for 16 yards against Delaware in the Mids’ home finale ... gained 12 yards on his first career kickoff return, the second-half opening kickoff by Wake Forest ... made his first-career appearance at slot back in the Mids’ win over Rice where he carried the ball once for a gain of nine yards ... inserted into the lineup as a kickoff returner against Air Force ... made his collegiate debut in the Mids’ homeopening victory over Louisiana Tech. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Pasadena Memorial High School, Snelson was a four-sport standout earning letters in power lifting (4), track & field (4), baseball (3) and football (3) ... received All-State (Texas) honors as a junior and senior ...

Yds 9 91 100

Game (Date) at Ohio State (9-5-09) Louisiana Tech (9-12-09) at Pitt (9-19-09) W. Kentucky (9-26-09) Air Force (10-3-09) at Rice (10-10-09) at SMU (10-17-09) Wake Forest (10-24-09) Temple (10-31-09) at Notre Dame (11-7-09) Delaware (11-14-09) at Hawai’i (11-28-09) vs. Army (12-12-09) vs. Missouri (12-31-09)

vs. Maryland (9-6-10) Ga. Southern (9-11-10) at Louisiana Tech (9-18-10) at Air Force (10-2-10) at Wake Forest (10-9-10) SMU (10-16-10) vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) Duke (10-30-10) at East Carolina (11-6-10) C. Michigan (11-13-10) Arkansas State (11-20-10) vs. Army (12-11-10) at San Diego St. (12-23-10)

Att 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 3 0 2

Rushing Receiving Yds TD Avg Rec Yds TD Avg -- Did Not Play -0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 -- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play -0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 9 0 9.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25 28 25 0 13

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

0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 8.3 9.3 8.3 0.0 6.5

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

#28 DAVID SPERRY

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Jr • Cornerback • 5-11 • 173 • Las Vegas, Nev.

0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 7.0 0.0 0.0

* At Navy: Enters the fall battling Jonathan Wev for the starting corner spot opposite Kwesi Mitchell ... has good speed ... possesses good coverage skills ... was a solid special teams player a year ago ... has earned one varsity letter. * 2010: Played in all 13 contests, including making his collegiate debut in Navy’s opener against Maryland as a member of the special teams unit ... recorded eight tackles in his sophomore season and broke up a pass ... pitched in a tackle against San Diego State in the Poinsettia Bowl ... turned in a career-high three tackles and broke up a pass against East Carolina ... posted one tackle in Navy’s home finale against Arkansas State ... contributed a solo tackle in Navy’s come-from-behind victory over SMU ... chipped in a tackle on special teams in the win over Wake Forest ... produced his first-collegiate tackle in the Mids’ win over Georgia Southern in the home-opener.

# 10 2 #


* 2009: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Faith Lutheran High School, Sperry was a three-year football letterwinner ... named 2009 Faith Lutheran's Athlete of the Year after earning All-State (Nev.) honors as a senior ... high school teammate of Navy junior linebacker Garrett Sherwood ... childhood friends with fellow Navy football teammate William Coats ... full name is David Anthony Sperry ... born Dec. 13, 1990, in San Mateo, Calif. ... son of David and Kimberly Sperry ... majoring in history.

SPERRY’S CAREER STATISTICS

Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF Defense -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -2009 8 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 2010 TOTALS 8 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 Career highs – Tackles: 3 at East Carolina (11-6-10) Sacks: 0 INT: 0 PBU: 1 at East Carolina (11-6-10) FR: 0 FF: 0

SPERRY GAME-BY-GAME

U-A-TT Game (Date) 0-0-0 vs. Maryland (9-6-10) Ga. Southern (9-11-10) 1-0-1 at Louisiana Tech (9-18-10) 0-0-0 at Air Force (10-2-10) 0-0-0 0-1-1 at Wake Forest (10-9-10) SMU (10-16-10) 1-0-1 vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) 0-0-0 0-0-0 Duke (10-30-10) at East Carolina (11-6-10) 1-2-3 0-0-0 C. Michigan (11-13-10) Arkansas State (11-20-10) 1-0-1 0-0-0 vs. Army (12-11-10) at San Diego St. (12-23-10) 1-0-1

TFL-Yds Sacks 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Int 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PBU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FR Blk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

So • Slot Back • 5-6 • 190 • Carrollton, Texas

* At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at slot back ... difficult to tackle ... has good speed and is a solid blocker. * 2010: Made appearances in four games, including making his collegiate debut against Louisiana Tech ... returned three kicks for 46 yards in Navy’s victory over Notre Dame, including a long return of 19 yards. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Hebron High School, Staten attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... a three-year letterwinner in both football and track & field ... a two-time first-team all-district selection (2007, ‘08), who was named to the All-Area Underclassmen First Team his junior year ... led Hebron HS to the 2005 state championship with a 16-0 record ... high school teammate of Stansly Maponga, who is a sophomore defensive end at TCU ... full name is Darius Dontrell Staten ... born May 14, 1991, in Monroe, La. ... son of Linda Staten ... majoring in information technology. KO Return 2010 TOTALS

Ret 3 3

Yds 46 46

Avg 15.3 15.3

TD 0 0

#47 ERIC STEIN

Long 19 19

Sr • Outside Linebacker • 6-1 • 211 • Carpinteria, Calif.

* At Navy: Enters the fall looking to add depth at outside linebacker ... has a great work ethic ... performed well during spring drills ... will be an important mentor to Navy’s young outside linebackers. * 2010: Did not see any varsity action. * 2009: Did not see any varsity action. * 2008: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2008 graduate of Carpinteria High School, Stein was a three-sport standout ... lettered three times in football, while also picking up letters in baseball and track ... garnered first-team allcounty and first-team all-league recognition in football ... also a Los Angeles Times all-region selection ... in-

vited to play in the county North-South All-Star Game ... received team MVP honors as a senior ... elected team captain of the football team his senior year ... full name is Eric James Stein ... born Jan. 31, 1990, Santa Barbara, Calif. ... son of Brad and Carla Stein ... majoring in international relations ... has a 3.07 GPA.

#17 MIKE STUKEL

Sr • Slot Back • 5-11 • 195 • Fleming Island, Fla.

* At Navy: Enters the fall battling Marcus Thomas for third on the depth slot at Navy’s deepest position ... bounced back and forth between slot back and quarterback his first two years, but played exclusively at slot back this past season ... hard-nosed runner who is tough to tackle ... has good speed ... has a quick first step ... ran a 1.43 in the 10-yard dash, tied with Gee Gee Greene for the fastest mark on the team ... has earned one varsity letter. * 2010: Played in 12 games, mainly on special teams over the last nine contests ... carried the ball 10 times for 38 yards and a touchdown over the course of the season ... carried the ball twice at Air Force for a gain of two yards ... scored his first-collegiate touchdown on a four-yard run on Navy’s opening drive at Louisiana Tech ... finished the game with four carries for 15 yards ... carried the ball four times for a gain of 21 yards in Navy’s opener against Maryland ... ran the ball on a key fourth-and eight where he gained 10 yards and one of Navy’s 26 first downs. * 2009: Made three appearances after being moved back and forth between quarterback and slot back ... carried the ball eight times for 58 yards on the year ... moved back to quarterback after starting QB Ricky Dobbs suffered a knee injury against SMU ...

STUKEL’S CAREER STATISTICS

#20 DARIUS STATEN

STATEN’S CAREER STATISTICS

PLAYER PROFILES

Rushing 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

Att 8 10 18

Yds Avg TD Long -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -58 7.3 0 16 38 3.8 1 10 96 5.3 1 16

100-Yd 0 0 0

Passing Cmp Att Pct Yds Int TD 2008 -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -2009 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 2010 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 TOTALS 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 Career highs – Carries: 4 (Twice; last at Louisiana Tech, 9-18-10) Rushing Yards: 25 at Rice (10-10-09) Rushing TDs: 1 at Louisiana Tech (9-18-10) Pass Completions: 0 Pass Attempts: 0 Passing Yards: 0 Passing TDs: 0 (statistics continued on next page)

STUKEL GAME-BY-GAME Game (Date) at Ohio State (9-5-09) Louisiana Tech (9-12-09) at Pitt (9-19-09) W. Kentucky (9-26-09) Air Force (10-3-09) at Rice (10-10-09) at SMU (10-17-09) Wake Forest (10-24-09) Temple (10-31-09) at Notre Dame (11-7-09) Delaware (11-14-09) at Hawai’i (11-28-09) vs. Army (12-12-09) vs. Missouri (12-31-09)

vs. Maryland (9-6-10) Ga. Southern (9-11-10) at Louisiana Tech (9-18-10) at Air Force (10-2-10) at Wake Forest (10-9-10) SMU (10-16-10) vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) Duke (10-30-10) at East Carolina (11-6-10) C. Michigan (11-13-10) Arkansas State (11-20-10) vs. Army (12-11-10) at San Diego St. (12-23-10)

# 10 3 #

Att 3

1 4

4 0 4 2 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

Rushing Receiving Yds TD Avg Rec Yds TD Avg -- Did Not Play -19 0 6.3 0 0 0 0.0 -- Did Not Play -14 0 14.0 0 0 0 0.0 -- Did Not Play -25 0 6.3 0 0 0 0.0 -- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play -21 0 15 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 5.2 0 0 0.0 0 1 3.8 0 0 1.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 -- Did Not Play -0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0


PLAYER PROFILES

gained 25 yards on four carries against Rice, including a long run of 16 yards ... carried the ball once for a gain of 14 yards against Western Kentucky ... moved back to quarterback the week leading up to the opener against Ohio State after backup QB Kriss Proctor suffered a knee injury ...made his debut in a Navy uniform against Louisiana Tech in the home-opener, spelling starting QB Ricky Dobbs late in the fourth quarter ... carried the ball three times for 19 yards, including a long run of eight yards. * 2008: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2007 graduate of Bishop Kenny High School, Stukel attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2007-08 academic year ... a twosport standout, he lettered three times each in football and baseball ... an all-city quarterback who served as team captain of the football team ... led the baseball team to the district and regional titles before losing in the state title game in 2006 ... received All-State (Fla.) and all-city recognition in baseball as a senior ... full name is Michael Arthur Stukel Jr. ... born April 13, 1989, in Atlanta, Ga. ... son of Mike and Cinda Stukel ... majoring in economics.

#49 COLLIN STURDIVANT

Jr • Defensive End • 6-3 • 219 • High Point, N.C.

* At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at defensive end ... has good speed ... can rush the passer ... came to Navy as an outside linebacker ... does a good job of running to the football. * 2010: Made an appearance in Navy’s victory over East Carolina. * 2009: Made his collegiate debut in the Mids’ 63-14 rout over Rice. * High School / Personal: A 2008 graduate of WS Carver High School, Sturdivant attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2008-09 academic year ... two-sport athlete who earned three letters in football and a pair in track & field ... two-time all-conference football selection who garnered all-county honors as a senior ... led the football team to four consecutive conference crowns (2005-06-07-08) ... all-conference and all-county pick his senior year tossing the shot put ... led WS Carver to conference and region titles in track his senior year ... high school teammate of Wake Forest quarterback Turner Faulk ... cousin is Quan Sturdivant, who played football at the University of North Carolina and was a sixth round draft pick of the Arizona Cardinals ... full name is Collin Timothy Sturdivant ... born Nov. 12, 1989, in Greensboro, N.C. ... son of Timothy and Jackee Sturdivant ... majoring in oceanography.

#76 DAVID SUMRALL

Sr • Offensive Tackle • 6-5 • 267 • Murfreesboro, Tenn.

* At Navy: Enters the fall even with Andrew Barker for the starting job at left tackle ... has a strong knowledge of the offense ... has earned one varsity letter. * 2010: A member of the Mids’ special teams, he saw action in 11 contests this season including the Mids’ opener against Maryland. * 2009: Made his collegiate debut in the Mids’ 63-14 rout over Rice. * 2008: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2008 graduate of Riverdale High School, Sumrall was a four-year letterwinner on the offensive line ... led the team to the state title his freshman year behind a 15-0 record ... garnered all-region honors as a senior ... member of the National Honor Society ... full name is David Sumrall ... born March 28, 1990, in Houma, La. ... son of Samuel and Andrea Sumrall ... majoring in oceanography.

#45 JON TEAGUE

Sr • Kicker/Punter • 6-3 • 209 • Hickory, N.C.

* At Navy: Enters the fall as Navy’s starting kicker ... has kicked off in each of the first three years ... has the strongest leg of all the kickers ... earned valuable expereince last fall filling in for an injured Joe Buckley ... has earned three varsity letters. * 2010: Finished his junior year boasting a 63.1 kick average (71 kicks, 4482 yds) ... though primarily used on kickoffs, was called upon for three games to handle the field goal and extra-point kicking because of an injury suffered by Joe Buckley ... during that timeframe, he was 16-for-16 on PATs and 2-for-2 on field goals ... produced a 59.7 average in the three kickoffs against San Diego State in the Poinsettia Bowl ... owned a 61.2 average over the six kickoffs against Army ... called upon to kick off six times in the Arkansas State game where he averaged 63.8 yards ... owned a 64.6 average among the six kickoffs against Central Michigan ... split the uprights on a career-long 38-yard field goal (11:06, 3rd Qtr) at East Carolina ... it was just his second-career field goal (31-yd vs. Western Kentucky in ‘09) on what was just his thirdcareer attempt ... also connected on a 20-yard field goal at the 2:27 mark in the third quarter ... finished the day 10-for-10 in PATs which is a modern day school record ... Navy’s kicker for a second-straight game, he was 1-for-1 in PATs against Duke ... kicked off three times for 199 yards (66.3 avg) ... assumed placekicking duties for the Notre Dame game after an injury held starter Joe Buckley out ... split the uprights on all five PATs against the Irish, while averaging 65.8 yards on six kickoffs ... it was his first appearance kicking for the Mids since last year’s Western Kenucky contest where he was 5-for-5 on PATs and 1-for-2 on field goals ... produced a 66.0 average against SMU ... kicked off five times in the win over Wake Forest where he averaged 64.8 yards per kick ... owned a career-best 70.0 average among his three kickoffs at Air Force ... turned in his best average since the ‘09 Air Force game when he booted seven balls for a 65.4 average at Louisiana Tech ... kicked off four times for an average of 64.5 yards against Georgia Southern ... averaged 50.0 yards on three kickoffs against Maryland in the opener. * 2009: Finished the year with a 61.5 average on kickoffs with three touchbacks ... in Navy’s Texas Bowl win over Missouri, averaged 63.2 yards among his six kickoffs ... was 5-for-5 on PATs and 1-for-2 on field goals against Western Kentucky, the lone game in which he was called upon for kicking duties ... turned in a 62.0 average among the four kickoffs in the win over Army ... averaged a season-best 66.5 yards on four kickoffs against Hawai’i ... had a busy day kicking against Delaware, booting six kicks for an average of 62.8 yards ... kicked off four times against Notre Dame for an average of 61.5 yards ... produced a 62.4 average among the five kickoffs against Temple ... kicked off four times for a 64.8 average against Wake Forest ... owned a 65.2 average over the six kickoffs against SMU ... kicked off 10 times for an average of 61.9 yards against Rice ... averaged a season-best 66.2 yards over his four kickoffs against Air Force ... got his chance as Navy’s kicker in the Mids’ win over Western Kentucky ... split the uprights for a 31-yard field goal on his first attempt, but missed wide on his second try for 32 yards ... was 5-for-5 on PATs ... also experienced his best day of the season kicking off, averaging 65.3 yards on seven kickoffs ... struggled kicking the ball against Pitt, averaging just 48.7 yards, the worst average of his career ... owned a 54.2 kickoff average among the six appearances he made against Louisiana Tech in the home-opener ... averaged 52.2 yards among his five kickoffs against sixth-ranked Ohio State in the Mids’ season opener. * 2008: A highly sought-after prospect, Teague received the tip of the cap as the Mids’ go-to player for kickoffs in his rookie season ... averaged 65.0 yards over the course of the season ... kicked off 64 times ... against Wake Forest in the EagleBank Bowl, he averaged 65.0 yards over his five kickoffs ... had a busy afternoon at Lincoln Financial Field in his first Army-Navy game appearance ... kicked off seven times for an average of 59.4 yards ... kicked off four times for an average of 66.8 yards at Northern Illinois ... averaged 63.5 yards on his two kickoffs against Notre Dame ... kicked off averaged a season-best 68.3 yards despite windy, rainy conditions against SMU ... kicked off six times for 410 yards, three of which were touchbacks ... booted the ball twice for 122 yards, an average of 61 yards, against No. 23 Pitt ... averaged 63.6 yards on his seven kickoffs in Navy’s win at Air Force ... kicked off four times for an average of 66.2 against Wake Forest ... owned an average of 65.7 yards on his six kickoffs against Rutgers ... kicked off six times for 386 yards, an average of 64.3 at Duke ... averaged 67.0 yards among his six kickoffs at Ball State ... earned the starting job as Navy’s kickoff specialist for its opener against Towson ... kicked off six times for an average of 67.0 yards ... made one tackle against the Tigers. * High School / Personal: A 2008 graduate of Fred T. Foard High School, Teague was a four-year letterwinner in football and soccer and also won two letters in basketball ... an all-conference selection in football as a junior and senior, he was named the conference specialist MVP twice ... an All-State (N.C.) selection his senior year ... a two-time captain of the soccer team, he was an all-conference and all-region selection in both his junior and senior years ... served as the Junior Class President ... brother, Adam, is a 2009 graduate of the Naval Academy and was a member of the basketball team ... full name is Jon Frederick Teague ... born July 28, 1990, in Hickory, N.C. ... son of Jeff and Kim Teague ... majoring in oceanography ... has a 3.07 grade-point average.

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PLAYER PROFILES

TEAGUE’S CAREER STATISTICS Kicking 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS Kickoffs 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

TEAGUE GAME-BY-GAME

Ko 64 74 71 209

XP-A FG-A Game (Date) Towson (8-30-08) 0-0 0-0 at Ball State (9-5-08) 0-0 0-0 at Duke (9-13-08) 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Rutgers (9-20-08) 0-0 0-0 at Wake Forest (9-27-08) at Air Force (10-4-08) 0-0 0-0 Pitt (10-18-08) 0-0 0-0 SMU (10-25-08) 0-0 0-0 Temple (11-1-08) 0-0 0-0 vs. Notre Dame (11-15-08) 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 at N. Illinois (11-25-08) vs. Army (12-6-08) 0-0 0-0 vs. Wake Forest (12-20-08) 0-0 0-0 at Ohio State (9-5-09) Louisiana Tech (9-12-09) at Pitt (9-19-09) W. Kentucky (9-26-09) Air Force (10-3-09) at Rice (10-10-09) at SMU (10-17-09) Wake Forest (10-24-09) Temple (10-31-09) at Notre Dame (11-7-09) Delaware (11-14-09) at Hawai’i (11-28-09) vs. Army (12-12-09) vs. Missouri (12-31-09)

vs. Maryland (9-6-10) Ga. Southern (9-11-10) at Louisiana Tech (9-18-10) at Air Force (10-2-10) at Wake Forest (10-9-10) SMU (10-16-10) vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) Duke (10-30-10) at East Carolina (11-6-10) C. Michigan (11-13-10) Arkansas State (11-20-10) vs. Army (12-11-10) at San Diego St. (12-23-10)

0-0 0-0 0-0 5-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-5 1-1 10-10 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

PAT 0-0 5-5 16-16 21-21

Yds 4161 4551 4482 13,194

Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 31 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 5 1 16 0 0 0 0

FG 0-0 1-2 2-2 3-4

Avg 65.0 61.5 63.1 63.1

KO 6 6 6 6 4 7 2 6 3 2 4 7 5 5 6 3 7 4 10 6 4 5 4 6 4 4 6

3 4 7 3 5 5 6 3 13 7 6 6 3

Yds 402 402 386 394 265 445 122 410 200 127 267 416 325 261 325 146 457 265 619 391 259 312 246 377 266 248 379

150 258 458 210 324 330 395 199 777 452 383 367 179

#34 MARCUS THOMAS

Long 0 31 38 38

Pts 0 8 22 30

TB 9 3 7 17

OB 1 1 0 2

Avg TB OB 67.0 1 0 67.0 0 0 64.3 0 0 65.7 0 1 66.2 1 0 63.6 2 0 61.0 0 0 68.3 3 0 66.7 0 0 63.5 0 0 66.8 0 0 59.4 0 0 65.0 2 0

52.2 54.2 48.7 65.3 66.2 61.9 65.2 64.8 62.4 61.5 62.8 66.5 62.0 63.2

50.0 64.5 65.4 70.0 64.8 66.0 65.8 66.3 59.8 64.6 63.8 61.2 59.7

So • Slot Back • 5-7 • 165 • Baton Rouge, La.

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

0 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0

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

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

* At Navy: Enters the fall battling Mike Stukel for third on the depth chart at slot back ... also expected to be Navy’s kick returner ... coming off an impressive freshman campaign ... was one of Navy’s better kick returners in recent memory as a freshman ... has good speed ... runs hard and is tough to tackle ... has earned one varsity letter. * 2010: Saw action in 12 games primarily on special teams ... returned kicks in each of the last eight contests where he posted a 21.7 average over 26 returns ... averaged 21.2 yards on five kick returns against San Diego State in the Poinsettia Bowl ... returned a pair of kicks against Army for 59 yards (29.5), including running back the game-opening kickoff a career-long 38 yards ... returned three kicks against Arkansas State for 70 yards (23.3), including a long of 27 ... gained three yards on his first-collegiate carry at East Carolina ... returned five kickoffs for an average of 25.2 yards, including a then career-long return of 31 yards ... averaged 18.4

yards on the five kickoffs he returned against Central Michigan, including a 31-yarder which ties his career best he originally set against East Carolina. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Catholic High School, Thomas attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... a two-sports athlete who earned two letters in football and three in track ... earned first-team all-district honors as a running back his senior year, while also a second-team pick as a kick returner his senior year ... received second-team all-district kudos his junior year ... led the football team to back-to-back district titles in 2006 and ‘07 ... a three-time All-Parish and All-State (La.) sprinter and relay member ... named a track All-American for his contribution to the 4x100 meter relay team ... member of the track squad that earned five total state championships from 2007-09 (2 outdoor, 3 indoor) ... high school teammate of Matt Broha, who is a junior defensive end at Louisiana Tech ... full name is Marcus Terrell Thomas ... born March 4, 1991, in Baton Rouge, La. ... son of Albert Jr. and Youlanda Thomas ... majoring in political science.

THOMAS’ CAREER STATISTICS Rushing 2010 TOTALS

Att 1 1

Rec 0 0

Receiving 2010 TOTALS

Yds 3 3

Yds 0 0

Avg 3.0 3.0

Avg 0.0 0.0

TD 0 0

TD 0 0

Long 3 3

Long 0 0

100-Yd 0 0

100-Yd 0 0

Ret Yds Avg TD Long KO Return 26 563 21.7 0 38 2010 26 563 21.7 0 38 TOTALS Career highs – Carries: 1 at East Carolina (11-6-10) Rushing Yards: 1 at East Carolina (11-6-10) Rushing TDs: 0 Receptions: 0 Receiving Yards: 0 Receiving TDs: 0

THOMAS GAME-BY-GAME

Game (Date) vs. Maryland (9-6-10) Ga. Southern (9-11-10) at Louisiana Tech (9-18-10) at Air Force (10-2-10) at Wake Forest (10-9-10) SMU (10-16-10) vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) Duke (10-30-10) at East Carolina (11-6-10) C. Michigan (11-13-10) Arkansas State (11-20-10) vs. Army (12-11-10) at San Diego St. (12-23-10)

Att 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

Rushing Receiving Yds TD Avg Rec Yds TD Avg 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 -- Did Not Play -0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 3 0 3.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0

#86 BRANDON TURNER

Jr • Wide Receiver • 6-4 • 200 • Renton, Wash.

* At Navy: Enters the fall listed as a starter at wide receiver ... provides a big target ... has good hands ... an improved blocker ... has earned one varsity letter. * 2010: A starter at wide receiver in 10 of the 13 games in which he saw action ... posted four receptions for 113 yards and a touchdown over the course of the season ... member of Navy’s offensive unit that finished the season ranked sixth in the country in rushing offense (284.77 yds/gm), ninth in pass efficiency (156.65), 38th in total offense (404.77 yds/gm), 45th in scoring offense (29.69 pts/gm) and 27th in turnover margin (+0.54 /gm) ... caught a 32-yard touchdown pass from Ricky Dobbs in the second quarter of the Army-Navy game ... it was his first-career TD reception ... caught one pass for a nineyard gain in the Mids’ win at East Carolina ... Navy’s offense put up 76 points in the win over East Carolina, setting a modern day scoring record ... it’s the most points scored by the Mids since Navy defeated Colby, 121-0, on Nov. 15, 1919 ... Navy finished the game with a season-high 521 yards rushing, marking the first time the Mids have topped the 500-yard rushing milestone since Aug. 30, 2008, when the Mids ran for 558 yards against Towson ... it’s tied as the fifth-best rushing performance in school history ... Navy’s 596 yards of total offense marks its best offensive day since finishing with 602 yards against Towson on Aug. 30, 2008 ... it goes down as the 16th-most yards (tied) in program history ... caught a nine-yard pass, just the second of his career, in Navy’s win over SMU ... made his first-collegiate start in the Mids’ contest against Air Force ... caught a 63-yard pass from Ricky Dobbs in the opening period at Louisiana Tech, marking his first-collegiate reception ... it was the longest reception by a Navy player since the 85-yard catch by Marcus Curry against Ohio State in the ‘09 opener.

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* 2009: Played in three games, making his debut in Navy’s contest against Temple ... also saw action against Delaware and Hawai’i. * High School / Personal: A 2008 graduate of Kentridge High School, Turner attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2008-09 academic year ... two-sport athlete who earned four letters in football and three basketball ... first-team all-area football selection who was named first-team all-league on both sides of the ball ... all-league basketball player who was named to the All State Tournament Team his junior year ... full name is Brandon Saunders Turner ... born Aug. 17, 1990, in Richmond, Va. ... son of Robert and Brenda Turner ... majoring in economics.

TURNER’S CAREER STATISTICS Att 0 0 0

Rushing 2009 2010 TOTALS

Yds 0 0 0

Avg 0.0 0.0 0.0

TD 0 0 0

Long 0 0 0

100-Yd 0 0 0

Receiving Rec Yds Avg TD Long 100-Yd 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 2009 2010 4 113 28.3 1 63 0 TOTALS 4 113 28.3 1 63 0 Career highs – Carries: 0 Rushing Yards: 0 Rushing TDs: 0 Receptions: 1 (Four Times; last vs. Army, 12-11-10) Receiving Yards: 63 at Louisiana Tech (9-18-10) Receiving TDs: 1 vs. Army (12-11-10)

TURNER GAME-BY-GAME Game (Date) at Ohio State (9-5-09) Louisiana Tech (9-12-09) at Pitt (9-19-09) W. Kentucky (9-26-09) Air Force (10-3-09) at Rice (10-10-09) at SMU (10-17-09) Wake Forest (10-24-09) Temple (10-31-09) at Notre Dame (11-7-09) Delaware (11-14-09) at Hawai’i (11-28-09) vs. Army (12-12-09) vs. Missouri (12-31-09)

vs. Maryland (9-6-10) Ga. Southern (9-11-10) at Louisiana Tech (9-18-10) at Air Force (10-2-10) at Wake Forest (10-9-10) SMU (10-16-10) vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) Duke (10-30-10) at East Carolina (11-6-10) C. Michigan (11-13-10) Arkansas State (11-20-10) vs. Army (12-11-10) at San Diego St. (12-23-10)

Att

0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Receiving Rushing Yds TD Avg Rec Yds TD Avg -- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play -0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 -- Did Not Play -0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 -- Did Not Play --- Did Not Play -0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

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

#70 GRAHAM VICKERS

0 0 63 0 0 9 0 0 9 0 0 32 0

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

0.0 0.0 63.0 0.0 0.0 9.0 0.0 0.0 9.0 0.0 0.0 32.0 0.0

So • Offensive Guard • 6-1 • 270 • Diamond Bar, Calif.

* At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at left guard ... had a solid spring camp ... has good size and feet ... has a bright future. * 2010: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Diamond Ranch High School, Vickers attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... earned three letters in football and four in track & field at Diamond Ranch ... was the team captain his senior year for both sports ... was an All-Region selection in football ... full name is Graham Robert Vickers ... born August 12, 1990, in Diamond Bar, Calif. ... son of Glenn and Pamela Vickers ... majoring in history.

#51 MATT WARRICK

Jr • Inside Linebacker • 6-2 • 223 • Chesterfield, Mo.

* At Navy: Enters the fall even with Caleb King for one of the starting linebacker spots ... moved from slot back to linebacker the previous spring and steadily rose up the depth chart and ended up starting the final two games of the season ... has good size and is one of the fastest linebackers on the team ... plays with intensity ... has the potential to be a very good player ... has earned one varsity letter. * 2010: Played in just four contests, but earned starts at inside linebacker in each of the last two games ... recorded 18 tackles, including a half a tackle for a loss and broke up a pass ... part of a defensive unit that was ranked 46th in scoring defense (23.31 pts/gm) and 27th in turnover margin (+0.54 /gm) ... was in on five tackles, including four solo stops, against San Diego State in the Poinsettia Bowl ... also credited with a half a tackle for a loss against the Aztecs ... making just his third-career appearance, he, alongside Tyler Simmons, led the Mids in tackles against Army with a career-high 13 in what was his first-collegiate start at inside linebacker ... also contributed a pass breakup against the Black Knights ... saw action in the opener against Maryland as a member of the special teams unit ... also made an appearance in Navy’s win over Louisiana Tech. * 2009: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Marquette High School, Warrick was a two-sport standout earning letters in football (3) and baseball (2) ... Second-Team AllState (Mo.) football selection his senior year ... earned first-team all-conference kudos and was named the conference offensive player of the year ... led the football team to the district title his senior year ... earned Honorable Mention All-State recognition as a pitcher for the baseball team in 2007 ... first-team all-district and all-conference pick ... father served in the Army and was stationed in Germany when Matt was born ... full name is Matthew Vincent Warrick ... born May 2, 1991, in Garmisch, Germany ... son of Vince and Nancy Warrick ... father is a 1980 graduate of West Point ... majoring in history.

WARRICK’S CAREER STATISTICS

Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF 2009 -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -2010 18 0.5-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 TOTALS 18 0.5-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 Career highs – Tackles: 13 vs. Army (12-11-10) TFL: 0.5 at San Diego State (12-23-10) Sacks: 0 INT: 0 PBU: 1 vs. Army (12-11-10) FR: 0 FF: 0

#66 COLLIN WATKINS

So • Offensive Tackle • 6-3 • 255 • Hinsdale, Ill.

* At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at left tackle ... had a solid spring camp ... has good size and feet. * 2010: Saw action against East Carolina, playing eight plays. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Hinsdale Central High School, Watkins attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... earned three letters in football at Hinsdale Central ... was All-State as a senior ... was also team captain and All-Area ... full name is Collin T. Watkins ... born March 15, 1991, in Columbus, Ohio ... son of Tim and Kelly Watkins ... majoring in ocean engineering.

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#48 KEEGAN WETZEL

Jr • Outside Linebacker • 6-3 • 203 • Palos Heights, Ill.

* At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at outside linebacker ... has good size and speed ... is football smart. * 2010: Made his first-career appearance in Navy’s win over Louisiana Tech as a member of special teams. * 2009: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of St. Laurence High School, Wetzel was a three-sport standout earning letters in track & field (3), basketball (2) and football (2) ... 2009 Chicago Catholic League Defensive Player of the Year ... First-Team All-Chicago Catholic League selection his senior year ... received All-State Illinois Academic recognition as a senior ... Southtown Star First-Team All-Area pick, as well as Regional News First-Team AllArea selection ... served as editor-in-chief of the school newspaper his senior year ... was a student council rep as a senior ... mother, Bonnie, played basketball and volleyball at Benedictine College ... full name is Keegan Joseph Wetzel ... born June 26, 1991, in Murray, Utah ... son of James and Bonnie Wetzel ... majoring in systems engineering (honors) ... carries a 3.88 grade-point average.

#25 JONATHAN WEV

So • Cornerback • 5-9 • 196 • La Marque, Texas

* At Navy: Enters the fall listed even with David Sperry for the starting cornerback job ... gained good experience in the fall on special teams ... has good speed ... has earned one varsity letter. * 2010: Saw action in each of the last 11 contests as a member of the special teams unit where he produced four tackles ... pitched in a pair of tackles against San Diego State in the Poinsettia Bowl ... recorded an assisted tackle in Navy’s win over Arkansas State in the home finale ... turned in his first-career tackle in Navy’s contest at Air Force ... made his first-career appearance in Navy’s win over Louisiana Tech. * High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of La Marque High School, Wev attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... a two-year football letterwinner who was a member of La Marque’s 2006 state championship football team ... member of the National Honor Society ... full name is Jonathan Kyle Wev ... born March 10, 1991, in Houston, Texas ... son of June and Michele Shepard ... majoring in political science.

#18 DAVID WRIGHT

Sr • Cornerback • 6-2 • 179 • Jacksonville, Fla.

games ... it was the longest streak in the country without a punt returned for a TD ... the last time the Mids returned a punt for a touchdown was Oct. 5, 1996, when Ross Scott ran one back from 65 yards out in a 64-27 win over Duke ... made the first tackle of his career in the Mids’ win at Rice. * 2008: Did not see any varsity action. * High School / Personal: A 2007 graduate of Englewood High School, Wright attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2007-08 academic year ... earned four letters as a cornerback and kick returner at Englewood High ... member of the National Honor Society ... three-time rotary scholar ... full name is David Jahmal Wright ... born June 21, 1989, in Jacksonville, Fla. ... son of Joe and Mary Tillmon ... majoring in English.

WRIGHT’S CAREER STATISTICS

Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF Defense 2008 -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2009 18 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 2010 TOTALS 21 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 Career highs – Tackles: 7 at Louisiana Tech (9-18-10) TFL: 0Sacks: 0 INT: 0 PBU: 1 at East Carolina (11-6-10) FR: 0 FF: 0

WRIGHT GAME-BY-GAME Game (Date) at Ohio State (9-5-09) Louisiana Tech (9-12-09) at Pitt (9-19-09) W. Kentucky (9-26-09) Air Force (10-3-09) at Rice (10-10-09) at SMU (10-17-09) Wake Forest (10-24-09) Temple (10-31-09) at Notre Dame (11-7-09) Delaware (11-14-09) at Hawai’i (11-28-09) vs. Army (12-12-09) vs. Missouri (12-31-09)

vs. Maryland (9-6-10) Ga. Southern (9-10-11) at Louisiana Tech (9-18-10) at Wake Forest (10-9-10) SMU (10-16-10) vs. Notre Dame (10-23-10) Duke (10-30-10) at East Carolina (11-6-10) C. Michigan (11-13-10) Arkansas State (11-20-10) vs. Army (12-11-10) at San Diego St. (12-23-10)

* At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at cornerback ... has good size ... has been a key special teams performer ... has earned two varsity letters. * 2010: Played in all 13 games, while earning two starts ... contributed 18 tackles and a pass breakup during the season ... part of a defensive unit that was ranked 46th in scoring defense (23.31 pts/gm) and 27th in turnover margin (+0.54 /gm) ... pitched in a solo tackle in the Mids’ win over Arkansas State in the home finale ... contributed one tackle in Navy’s win over Central Michigan ... earned the start against East Carolina where he made five tackles and broke up a pass ... made a pair of tackles on special teams against SMU ... the Mids’ defense held Air Force scoreless in the second and third quarters before surrendering a TD in the fourth just a handful of plays after the Falcons blocked a punt deep in Navy territory ... made his first-collegiate start in Navy’s win over Louisiana Tech ... turned in a career-high seven tackles as Navy held the Bulldogs scoreless in the second half to seal the win ... played on special teams where he made a solo tackle against Maryland in the opener, as well as in the home-opener against Georgia Southern. * 2009: Played in all 14 games for the Midshipmen, including making his collegiate debut in the Mids’ opener against the sixth-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes ... finished the season with three solo tackles ... turned in a solo tackle in Navy’s Texas Bowl victory over Missouri ... made a special teams stop against Hawai’i ... credited with a three-yard punt return for a touchdown with 1:55 remaining in the first half of the Mids’ contest against Temple ... punter Jeff Wathne bobbled the snap, got off a short punt that was handled by Navy’s Jarred Shannon and then fumbled and subsequently picked up by Wright for the touchdown ... the punt return for a touchdown was the Mids’ first in the last 160

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U-A-TT 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 2-5-7 0-0-0 2-0-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-2-5 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-0-0

TFL-Yds Sacks 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Int 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PBU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 1 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 -- Did Not Play --

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FR Blk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


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Delaware Blue Hens .......................................................................... 110 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers ........................................................ 111 South Carolina G amecocks .............................................................. 112 Air Force Falcons ............................................................................... 113 Southern Miss Golden Eagles .......................................................... 114 Rutgers Scarlet Knights .................................................................... 115 East Carolina Pirates ......................................................................... 116 Notre Dame Fighting Irish ............................................................... 117 Troy Trojans ........................................................................................ 118 S M U Mustangs ................................................................................... 119 San Jose State Spartans ................................................................... 120 Army Black Knights .......................................................................... 121 2011-12 College Football Bowl Schedule ............................. 122-123 All-Time Results vs. 2011 Opponents ................................... 124-125

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2011 OPPONENTS

G am e On e Delaware Blue Hens Sept. 3 • 3:30 p.m. • CBS Sports Network Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium • Annapolis, Md. Quick Facts

Location Newark, Del. Enrollment 16,000 Royal Blue & Gold Color Fightin’ Blue Hens Nickname Conference Colonial Athletic Associaton Stadium Tubby Raymond Field at Delaware Stadium (22,000) Surface Type Field Turf Dr. Patrick T. Harker President Athletic Director Bernard M. Muir

Sports Information Football Contact Office Phone E-Mail FAX Press Box Phone Web Site

Scott Selheimer (302) 831-2186 selheime@udel.edu 302-831-8653 302-831-6199 www.bluehens.com

K.C. Keeler Delaware ‘81 162-63-1 (15 years) 74-42 (nine years)

Assistant Coaches

David Boler Tight Ends Brian Ginn Passing Game Coord./Wide Receivers Jim Hofher Offensive Coord./Quarterbacks Frank Law Defensive Line Gregg Perry Running Backs Phil Petitte Defensive Line Nick Rapone Defensive Coord./Safeties Brad Sherrod Linebackers Damian Wroblewski Running Game Coord./Offensive Line

All-Time Series Series Record Series Began Last Meeting Navy Home Games Delaware Home Game Last Delaware Win Current Streak Keeler vs. Navy Niumatalolo vs. Delaware

2010 Overall Record 2010 Conference Record Lettermen Returning/Lost Offensive Starters Returning Defensive Starters Returning Specialists Starters Returning Offensive System Defensive System

2010 Results

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Career Record Record at Delaware

2010 Review

Navy leads, 8-7 1931, Navy won 12-7 2009, Navy won, 35-18 Navy leads, 7-5 Delaware leads, 2-1 2007, 59-52 Navy, 1 2-2 1-0

Won West Chester Won South Dakota State Duquesne Won Won at Richmond Won at James Madison Won Maine Won Rhode Island Lost at William & Mary Won Towson Won at Massachusetts Lost Villanova Won Lehigh Won New Hampshire# Won Georgia Southern# Lost vs. Eastern Washington$ #-FCS Playoff Game $-FCS Championship Game

2011 Schedule Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

12-3 6-2 44/17 6 10 1 Spread 4-3

31-0 26-3 30-6 34-13 13-10 26-7 24-17 17-16 48-0 45-27 28-21 (OT) 42-20 16-3 27-10 20-19

at Navy West Chester Delaware State Old Dominion at Maine William & Mary Massachusetts at Rhode Island at Towson Richmond at Villanova

K.C. Keeler Head Coach

Gino Gradkowski Offensive Guard

Scott Selheimer Football Contact

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2011 OPPONENTS

G ame Two Western Kentucky Hilltoppers Sept. 10 • 7 p.m. • ESPN3.com Houchens Industries-L.T. Smith Stadium • Bowling Green, Ky. Quick Facts

Location Bowling Green, Ky. Enrollment 20,712 Red & White Colors Hilltoppers Nickname Conference Sun Belt Stadium Houchens Industries-L.T. Smith Stadium (22,113) Playing Surface FieldTurf Dr. Gary Ransdell President Athletic Director Ross Bjork

Sports Information Willie Taggart Head Coach

Football Contact Office Phone Cell Phone E-Mail FAX Press Box Phone Web Site

Chris Glowacki (270) 745-5388 (270) 791-8499 chris.glowacki@wku.edu (270) 745-3444 (270) 745-6940 www.wkusports.com

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Career Record Record at Western Kentucky

Willie Taggart Western Kentucky ‘98 2-10 (one year) 2-10 (one year)

Assistant Coaches

Bobby Rainey Running Back

Zach Azzanni Lance Guidry Alonzo Hampton Karl Maslowski Eric Mathies Terry Obee A.J. Pratt Walt Wells Raymond Woodie

Offensive Coord./Wide Receivers Defensive Coord. Defensive Backs Linebackers Defensive Tackles Running Backs Tackles/Tight Ends Offensive Center/Guards Defensive Ends

All-Time Series

Series Record Series Began Navy Home Games Western Kentucky Home Games Taggart vs. Navy Niumatalolo vs. Western Kentucky

Navy leads, 1-0 2009, Navy won 38-22 Navy leads, 1-0 First meeting First meeting 1-0

Chris Glowacki Football Contact

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2010 Review

2010 Overall Record 2010 Conference Record Lettermen Returning/Lost Offensive Starters Returning Defensive Starters Returning Specialists Starters Returning Offensive System Defensive System

2010 Results Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Won Lost Lost Won Lost Lost

at Nebraska at Kentucky Indiana at South Florida at Florida International Louisiana-Monroe at Louisiana-Lafayette North Texas Florida Atlantic at Arkansas State Middle Tennessee at Troy

2011 Schedule Sept. 1 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Oct. 1 Oct. 6 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

2-10 2-6 43/12 7 10 3 West Coast 4-3

49-10 63-28 38-21 24-12 28-21 35-30 54-21 33-6 17-16 36-35 (OT) 27-26 28-14

vs. Kentucky Navy Indiana State Arkansas State at Middle Tennessee at Florida Atlantic Louisiana-Lafayette at Louisiana-Monroe Florida International at LSU at North Texas Troy


2011 OPPONENTS

G a me T h re e South Carolina Gamecocks Sept. 17 • 6 p.m. • ESPN2 Williams-Brice Stadium • Columbia, S.C. Quick Facts Location Enrollment Colors Nickname Conference Stadium Playing Surface President Athletic Director

Columbia, S.C. 28,481 Garnet & Black Gamecocks Southeastern Williams-Brice Stadium (80,250) Natural Grass Dr. Harris Pastides Eric Hyman

Steve Fink (803) 777-7987 (803) 240-5268 finksc@mailbox.sc.edu (803) 777-2967 (803) 777-2040 www.gamecocksonline.com

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Career Record Record at Louisiana Tech

Steve Spurrier Florida ‘67 186-73-2 (21 years) 44-33 (six years)

Assistant Coaches John Butler Shawn Elliott Jay Graham Jeep Hunter Ellis Johnson Brad Lawing G.A. Mangus Steve Spurrier Jr. Lorenzo Ward

Special Teams Coord. Running Game Coord./Offensive Line Running Backs/Tight End Safeties Assistant Head Coach/Linebackers Defensive Line Quarterbacks Passing Game Coord./Wide Receivers Defensive Coord./Cornerbacks

All-Time Series

2010 Overall Record 2010 Conference Record Lettermen Returning/Lost Offensive Starters Returning Defensive Starters Returning Specialists Starters Returning Offensive System Defensive System

2010 Results

Sports Information Football Contact Office Phone Cell Phone E-Mail FAX Press Box Phone Web Site

2010 Review

Won Southern Miss Won Georgia Furman Won Lost at Auburn Won Alabama Lost at Kentucky Won at Vanderbilt Won Tennessee Lost Arkansas Won at Florida Won Troy Won at Clemson Lost vs. Auburn@ Lost vs. Florida State# @-ACC Championship Game #-Peach Bowl

2011 Schedule Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

9-5 5-3 46/22 7 6 0 Multiple 4-2-5

41-13 17-6 38-19 35-27 35-21 31-28 21-7 38-24 41-20 36-14 69-24 29-7 56-17 26-17

vs. East Carolina at Georgia Navy Vanderbilt Auburn Kentucky at Mississippi State at Tennessee at Arkansas Florida The Citadel Clemson

Steve Spurrier Head Coach

Alshon Jeffery Wide Receiver

Series Record South Carolina leads, 4-3 Series Began 1920, Navy won 63-0 Last Meeting 1988, South Carolina won 19-8 Last Navy Win 1984, Navy won 38-21 South Carolina Home Games South Carolina leads, 4-1 Navy Home Games Navy leads, 2-0 Current Streak South Carolina , 2 Spurrier vs. Navy First meeting Niumatalolo vs. South Carolina First meeting

Steve Fink Football Contact

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2011 OPPONENTS

G ame Four Air Force Falcons Oct. 1 • Noon • CBS Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium • Annapolis, Md. Quick Facts Location Enrollment Colors Nickname Conference Stadium Playing Surface Superintendent Athletic Director

Colorado Springs, Colo. 4,000 Blue and Silver Falcons Mountain West Falcon Stadium (46,692) FieldTurf Lt. Gen. Mike Gould Dr. Hans Mueh

Troy Calhoun Head Coach

Troy Garnhart (719) 333-9263 (719) 359-7432 troy.garnhart@usafa.edu (719) 333-3798 (719) 333-1100 www.goairforcefalcons.com

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Career Record Record at Air Force

Troy Calhoun Air Force ‘89 34-18 (four years) 34-18 (four years)

Assistant Coaches

Tim Jefferson Quarterback

Ron Burton Defensive Line Clay Hendrix Offensive Coord./Offensive Line Des Kitchings Running Game Coord./Running Backs Ben Miller Tight Ends/Special Teams Blane Morgan Offensive Coord./Quarterbackss Capt. John Rudzinski Defensive Assistant Mike Thiessen Offensive Coord./Wide Receivers Matt Wallerstedt Defensive Coord./Inside Linebackerss Charlton Warren Def. Coord./Secondary Matt Weikert Outside Linebackerss Brad White Inside Linebackerss

All-Time Series Series Record Series Began Last Meeting Air Force Home Games Navy Home Games Neutral Sites Last Air Force Win Last Navy Win Current Streak Calhoun vs. Navy Niumatalolo vs. Air Force

2010 Overall Record 2010 Conference Record Lettermen Returning/Lost Offensive Starters Returning Defensive Starters Returning Specialists Starters Returning Offensive System Defensive System

2010 Results

Sports Information Football Contact Office Phone Cell Phone E-Mail FAX Press Box Phone Web Site

2010 Review

Air Force leads, 26-17 1960, Navy won, 35-3 2010, Air Force won, 14-6 Air Force leads, 15-6 Navy leads, 8-7 Air Force leads, 4-3 2010, 14-6 16-13 (OT) Air Force, 1 1-3 2-1

Troy Garnhart Football Contact

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Won Northwestern State Won BYU at Oklahoma Lost Won at Wyoming Won Navy Won Colorado State Lost at San Diego State Lost at TCU Lost Utah Won at Army Won New Mexico Won at UNLV Won vs. Georgia Tech# #Independence Bowl

2011 Schedule Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

9-4 5-3 58/17 5 8 1 Multiple Multiple

65-21 35-14 27-24 20-14 14-6 49-27 27-25 38-7 28-23 42-22 48-23 35-20 14-7

South Dakota TCU Tennessee State at Navy at Notre Dame San Diego State at Boise State at New Mexico Army Wyoming UNLV at Colorado State


2011 OPPONENTS

G ame Fi ve Southern Miss Golden Eagles Oct. 8 • 3:30 p.m. • CBS Sports Network Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium • Annapolis, Md. Quick Facts

Location Hattiesburg, Miss. Enrollment 16,000 Black & Gold Colors Golden Eagles Nickname Conference Conference USA Stadium Carlisle-Faulkner Field at Roberts Stadium (36,000) Surface Type Momentum Turf Dr. Martha D. Saunders President Athletic Director Richard Giannini

Sports Information Football Contact Office Phone Cell Phone E-Mail FAX Press Box Phone Web Site

Jack Duggan (601) 266-4503 (601) 596-5637 jack.duggan@usm.edu (601) 266-4507 (601) 266-5523 www.SouthernMiss.com

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Career At Southern Miss.

Larry Fedora Austin College ‘85 22-17 (three seasons) 22-17 (three seasons)

Assistant Coaches Deke Adams Blake Anderson Walt Bell Grady Brown Dan Disch David Duggan Chris Kapilovic Robert Matthews Pat Washington

Defensive Line Quarterbacks Wide Receivers Cornerbacks Safeties Linbackerss/Co-Defensive Coord. Offensive Line/Running Game Coord. Tight Ends/Recruiting Coord. Runningbacks/Special Teams Coord.

All-Time Series Series Record Series Began Last Meeting Southern Miss Coach vs. Navy Niumatalolo vs. Southern Miss

2010 Review

2010 Overall Record 2010 Conference Record Lettermen Returning/Lost Offensive Starters Returning Defensive Starters Returning Offensive System Defensive System

2010 Results Lost Won Won Won Won Lost Won Lost Won Won Won Lost Lost

at South Carolina Prairie View Kansas at Louisiana Tech Marshall East Carolina at Memphis UAB at Tulane at UCF Houston at Tulsa at Louisville

2011 Schedule Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 17 Nov. 26

8-5 5-3 44/18 8 7 Spread 4-2-5

41-13 34-7 31-16 13-12 41-16 44-43 41-19 50-49 46-30 31-21 59-41 56-50 31-28

Louisiana Tech at Marshall Southeastern Louisiana at Virginia Rice at Navy SMU at UTEP at East Carolina UCF at UAB Memphis

Larry Fedora Head Coach

Austin Davis Quarterback

First meeting First meeting First meeting First meeting First meeting

Jack Duggan Football Contact

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2011 OPPONENTS

G a me S i x Rutgers Scarlet Knights Oct. 15 • TBA Rutgers Stadium • New Brunswick, N.J. Quick Facts Location Enrollment Colors Nickname Conference Stadium Playing Surface President Athletic Director

New Brunswick, N.J. 37,364 Scarlet Scarlet Knights Big East High Point Solutions Stadium (52,454) FieldTurf Dr. Richard L. McCormick Tim Pernetti

Greg Schiano Head Coach

Jason Baum (732) 445-7885 (201) 966-6338 jbaum@scarletknights.com (732) 445-3063 (732) 445-7028 www.scarletknights.com

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Career Record Record at Rutgers

Greg Schiano Bucknell ‘88 59-63 (10 years) 59-63 (10 years)

Assistant Coaches

Mohamed Sanu Wide Receiver

Brian Angelichio Frank Cignetti P.J. Fleck Kyle Flood Bob Fraser Phil Galiano Jeff Hafley Chris Hewitt Tem Lukabu Robb Smith

Tight Ends Offensive Coord./Quarterbacks Wide Receivers Asst. Head Coach/Offensive Line Coach Defensive Coord./Defensive Line Defensive Line Secondary Running Backs Outside Linebackers Special Teams Coord./Linebackers

All-Time Series Series Record Series Began Last Meeting Rutgers Home Games Navy Home Games Last Rutgers Win Current Streak Schiano vs. Navy Niumatalolo vs. Rutgers

2010 Overall Record 2010 Conference Record Lettermen Returning/Lost Offensive Starters Returning Defensive Starters Returning Specialist Starters Returning Offensive System Defensive System

2010 Results

Sports Information Football Contact Office Phone Cell Phone E-Mail FAX Press Box Phone Web Site

2010 Review

Series tied, 11-11-1 1891, Navy won, 21-12 2008, Navy won 23-21 Rutgers leads, 6-2 Navy leads, 9-5-1 2007, 41-24 Navy, 1 4-2 1-0

Jason Baum Football Contact

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Won Won Lost Lost Won Won Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost

Norfolk State at FIU North Carolina Tulane Connecticut vs. Army at Pittsburgh at South Florida Syracuse at Cincinnati Louisville at West Virginia

2011 Schedule Sept. 1 Sept. 10 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 21 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

4-8 1-6 37/18 10 5 2 Pro Style 4-3

31-0 19-14 17-13 17-14 27-24 23-20 (OT) 41-21 28-27 13-10 69-38 40-13 35-14

North Carolina Central at North Carolina Ohio at Syracuse Pittsburgh Navy at Louisville West Virginia South Florida vs. Army Cincinnati at Connecticut


2011 OPPONENTS

G ame S even East Carolina Pirates Oct. 22 • 3:30 p.m. • CBS Sports Network Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium • Annapolis, Md. Quick Facts Location Enrollment Color Nickname Conference Stadium Surface Type Chancellor Athletic Director

Greenville, N.C. 27,703 Purple and Gold Pirates Conference USA Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium (50,000) Natural Grass Dr. Steve Ballard Terry Holland

Tom McClellan (252) 737-1274 (252) 414-0990 mcclellant@ecu.edu (252) 737-4528 (252) 328-4697 www.ecupirates.com

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Career At East Carolina

Ruffin McNeill East Carolina ‘80 7-7 (one year) 6-7 (one year)

Assistant Coaches

Brandon Jones Offensive Line Donnie Kirkpatrick Inside Receivers Clay McGuire Running Backs/Special Teams Brian Mitchell Defensive Coord./Defensive Backs Duane Price Outside Linebackers Lincoln Riley Offensive Coord./Quarterbackss Dennis Simmons Outside Receivers John Wiley Assoc. Head Coach/Inside Linebackerss Mark Yellock Defensive Line

All-Time Series Series Record Series Began Last Meeting ECU Home Games Navy Home Games Current Streak McNeill vs. Navy Niumatalolo vs. East Carolina

2010 Overall Record 2010 Conference Record Lettermen Returning/Lost Offensive Starters Returning Defensive Starters Returning Specialists Starters Returning Offensive System Defensive System

2010 Results

Sports Information Football Contact Office Phone Cell Phone E-Mail FAX Press Box Phone Web Site

2010 Review

Won Tulsa Won Memphis at Virginia Tech Lost Lost at North Carolina Won at Southern Miss Won N.C. State Won Marshall Lost at UCF Lost Navy Won at UAB Lost at Rice Lost SMU Lost vs. Maryland@ @Military Bowl

2011 Schedule Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

6-7 5-3 51/24 6 7 4 Spread 3-4

51-49 49-27 49-27 42-17 44-43 33-27 (OT) 37-10 49-35 76-35 54-42 62-38 45-38 (OT) 51-20

vs. South Carolina Virginia Tech UAB North Carolina at Houston at Memphis at Navy Tulane Southern Miss at UTEP UCF at Marshall

Ruffin McNeill Head Coach

Dominique Davis Quarterback

Navy leads, 2-0 2006, Navy won 28-23 2010, Navy won, 76-35 Navy leads, 1-0 Navy leads, 1-0 Navy, 2 0-1 1-0

Tom McClellan Football Contact

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2011 OPPONENTS

G a m e E ig h t Notre Dame Fighting Irish Oct. 29 • 3:30 p.m. • NBC Notre Dame Stadium • South Bend, Ind. Quick Facts Location Enrollment Colors Nickname Conference Stadium Playing Surface President Athletic Director

Notre Dame, Ind. 11,731 Blue and Gold Fighting Irish Independent Notre Dame Stadium (80,795) Grass Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C. Jack Swarbrick

Sports Information Brian Kelly Head Coach

Football Contact Office Phone Home Phone E-Mail FAX Press Box Phone Web Site

Brian Hardin (574) 631-9471 (574) 532-4134 bhardin2@nd.edu (574) 631-7941 (574) 631-7810 www.und.com

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Career Record Record at Notre Dame

Brian Kelly Assumption ‘83 179-62-2 (20 years) 8-5 (one year)

Assistant Coaches

Manti Te’o Linebacker

Tony Alford Kerry Cooks Mike Denbrock Bob Diaco Mike Elston Tim Hinton Chuck Martin Charley Molnar Ed Warinner

Wide Receivers Cornerbacks Tight Ends Defensive Coord./Linebackers Defensive Line/Special Teams Running Backs Safeties Offensive Coord./Quarterbacks Offensive Line/Running Game Coord.

All-Time Series Series Record Series Began Last Meeting Notre Dame Home Games Navy Home Games Neutral Sites Last Notre Dame Win Current Streak Kelly vs. Navy Niumatalolo vs. Notre Dame

Notre Dame leads, 71-12-1 1927, Notre Dame won, 19-6 2010, Navy won, 35-17 Notre Dame leads, 26-5 None Notre Dame leads, 45-7-1 2008, 27-21 Navy, 2 0-1 2-1

Brian Hardin Football Contact

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2010 Review

2010 Overall Record Lettermen Returning/Lost Offensive Starters Returning Defensive Starters Returning Specialists Starters Returning Offensive System Defensive System

2010 Results

Won Purdue Lost Michigan Lost at Michigan State Stanford Lost Won at Boston College Won Pittsburgh Won Western Michigan Lost vs. Navy Lost Tulsa Won Utah Won vs. Army Won at USC Won vs. Miami# #Sun Bowl

2011 Schedule Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

8-5 49/25 8 8 3 Spread 3-4

23-12 28-24 34-31 (OT) 37-14 31-13 23-17 44-20 35-17 28-27 28-3 27-3 20-16 33-17

South Florida at Michigan Michigan State at Pittsburgh at Purdue Air Force USC Navy at Wake Forest vs. Maryland Boston College at Stanford


2011 OPPONENTS

G a me N i n e Troy Trojans Nov. 5 • 3:30 p.m. • CBS Sports Network Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium • Annapolis, Md. Quick Facts

Location Troy, Ala. Enrollment 28,255 Cardinal, Silver and Black Color Trojans Nickname Conference Sun Belt Stadium Larry Blakeney Field at Veterans Memorial Stadium (30,000) Surface Type AstroPlay Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr. Chancellor Athletic Director Steve Dennis

Sports Information Football Contact Office Phone Cell Phone E-Mail FAX Press Box Phone Web Site

Ricky Hazel (334) 670-3832 (334) 372-7032 jehazel@troy.edu (334) 670-5665 (334) 670-3229 www.troytrojans.com

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Career At Troy

Larry Blakeney Auburn ‘70 161-82-1 (20 years) 161-82-1 (20 years)

Assistant Coaches Jeff Beckles Randy Butler Mo Crain Kenny Edenfield Benjy Paker Sean Reagan Jeremy Rowell John Schlarman Shayne Wasden

Running Backs Defensive Ends Defensive Tackles Offensive Coord./Inside Receivers Linebackers Quarterbacks Defensive Coord./Defensive Backs Running Game Coord./Offensive Line Asst. Head Coach/Outside Linebackers

All-Time Series Series Record Series Began Blakeney vs. Navy Niumatalolo vs. Troy

2010 Review

2010 Overall Record 2010 Conference Record Lettermen Returning/Lost Offensive Starters Returning Defensive Starters Returning Offensive System Defensive System

2010 Results

Won Bowling Green Lost at Oklahoma State Lost at UAB Arkansas State Won Won at Middle Tennessee Won UL Lafayette Lost at Louisiana Monroe Won at North Texas Lost FIU Lost at South Carolina Won Western Kentucky Won at Florida Atlantic Won vs. Ohio! !New Orleans Bowl

2011 Schedule Sept. 3 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 25 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26 Dec. 3

8-5 6-2 44/21 4 8 Spread 4-3

30-7 41-38 34-33 35-28 42-13 31-24 28-14 41-35 52-35 69-24 28-14 44-7 48-21

at Clemson at Arkansas Middle Tennessee UAB at UL Lafayette Louisiana Monroe at FIU at Navy North Texas Florida Atlantic at Western Kentucky at Arkansas State

Larry Blakeney Head Coach

Corey Robinson Quarterback

First meeting First meeting First meeting First meeting

Ricky Hazel Football Contact

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2011 OPPONENTS

G ame Ten SMU Mustangs Nov. 12 • TBA • Fox Sports Network Gerald J. Ford Stadium • Dallas, Texas Quick Facts Location Enrollment Colors Nickname Conference Stadium Playing Surface President Athletic Director

Dallas Texas 10,981 Red & Blue Mustangs Conference USA Gerald J. Ford Stadium (32,000) Artificial Turf Dr. R. Gerald Turner Steve Orsini

Sports Information June Jones Head Coach

Football Contact Office Phone Cell Phone E-Mail FAX Press Box Phone Web Site

Brad Sutton (214) 768-1651 (214) 914-8705 bsutton@smu.edu (214) 768-2044 (214) 768-7730 www.SMUMustangs.com

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Career Record Record at SMU

June Jones New York State Regents College 92-61 (12 years) 16-23 (three years)

Assistant Coaches

Zach Line Running Back

Frank Gansz, Jr. Joe Haering Bert Hill Adrian Klemm Tom Mason Dan Morrison Derrick Odum Jeff Reinebold Wes Suan

All-Time Series Series Record Series Began Last Meeting SMU Home Games Navy Home Games Neutral Site Games Last SMU Win Current Streak Jones vs. Navy Niumatalolo vs. SMU

Special Teams Linebackers Defensive Line Offensive Line Defensive Coord. Offensive Coord. Secondary Wide Receivers Running Backs

Navy leads, 8-7 1930, SMU won, 20-7 2010, Navy won, 28-21 Navy leads, 4-3 Series tied, 3-3 Tied, 1-1 1998, 24-11 Navy, 4 1-3 3-0

Brad Sutton Football Contact

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2010 Review

2010 Overall Record 2010 Conference Record Lettermen Returning/Lost Offensive Starters Returning Defensive Starters Returning Offensive System Defensive System

2010 Results

Lost at Texas Tech Won UAB Won Washington State TCU Lost Won at Rice Won Tulsa Lost at Navy Lost Houston Won at Tulane Lost at UTEP Won Marshall Won at East Carolina Lost at UCF Lost Army# #Armed Forces Bowl

2011 Schedule Sept. 4 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Sept. 30 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

7-7 6-2 52/11 10 8 Run & Shoot Multiiple

31-23 28-7 35-21 41-24 42-31 21-18 28-21 45-20 31-17 28-14 31-17 45-38 17-7 16-14

at Texas A&M UTEP Northwestern State at Memphis at TCU UCF at Southern Miss at Tulsa Tulane Navy at Houston Rice


2011 OPPONENTS

G ame El eve n San Jose State Spartans Nov. 19 • 4:00 p.m. (1:00 p.m. PT) Spartan Stadium • San Jose, Calif. Quick Facts Location Enrollment Color Nickname Conference Stadium Surface Type President Athletic Director

San Jose, Calif. 30,908 Gold, White & Blue Spartans Western Athletic Confference Spartan Stadium (30,456) FieldTurf Don M. Kassing Tom Bowen

Sports Information Football Contact Office Phone Cell Phone E-Mail FAX Press Box Phone Web Site

Lawrence Fan (408) 924-1217 (408) 924-1217 lawrence.fan@sjsu.edu (408) 924-1291 (408) 924-1234 www.sjsuspartans.com

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Career At San Jose State

Mike MacIntyre Georgia Tech (1989) 1-12 (one year) 1-12 (one year)

Assistant Coaches Klayton Adams Kent Baer Gary Bernardi Charles Clark John DeFilippo Kirk Doll Kinji Green Jim Jeffcoat Terry Malley

Tight End Defensive Coord./Linebackers Offensive Line Defensive Backs Offensive Coord./Quarterbacks Special Teams Cornerbacks Defensive Line Running Backs

All-Time Series Series Record Series Began MacIntyre vs. Navy Niumatalolo vs. San Jose State

2010 Review

2010 Overall Record 2010 Conference Record Lettermen Returning/Lost Offensive Starters Returning Defensive Starters Returning Offensive System Defensive System

2010 Results Lost Lost Won Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost

at Alabama at Wisconsin Southern Utah at Utah UC Davis at Nevada Boise State Fresno State at New Mexico State Utah State at Hawai’i Louisiana Tech at Idaho

2011 Schedule Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

1-12 1-7 49/16 6 12 Multiple Multiple 4-3

48-3 27-14 16-11 56-3 14-13 35-13 48-0 33-18 29-27 38-34 41-7 45-38 26-23 (OT) at Stanford at UCLA Nevada New Mexico State at Colorado State at Brigham Young Hawai’i at Louisiana Tech Idaho at Utah State Navy at Fresno State

Mike MacIntyre Head Coach

Duke Ihenacho Safety

First meeting First meeting First meeting First meeting

Lawrence Fan Football Contact

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2011 OPPONENTS

G ame Twelve Army Black Knights Dec. 10 • 2:30 p.m. • CBS FedExField • Landover, Md. Quick Facts Location Enrollment Colors Nickname Conference Stadium Playing Surface Superintendent Athletic Director

West Point, N.Y. 4,400 Black, Gold, Gray Black Knights, Cadets Independent Michie Stadium (38,000) FieldTurf Lt. Gen. David H. Huntoon, Jr. Boo Corrigan

Sports Information Rich Ellerson Head Coach

Football Contact Office Phone Cell Phone E-Mail FAX Press Box Phone Web Site

Brian Gunning (845) 938-3303 (914) 755-0389 Brian.Gunning@usma.edu (845) 446-2556 (845) 938-3377/4514 www.GoArmySports.com

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Career at Army

Rich Ellerson Hawai’i ‘77 72-54 (11 years) 12-13 (two years)

Assistant Coaches

Steve Erzinger Linebacker

John Brock Tony Coaxum Andy Guyader Capt. Clarence Holmes Robert Lyles Gene McKeehan John Mumford Joe Ross Payam Saadat Ian Shields Chris Smeland Bill Tripp Tucker Waugh

Rovers Cornerbacks Wide Receivers Defensive Tackles Linebackers Offensive Line Defensive Ends Fullback Co-Defensive Coord./Linebackers Offensive Coord./Quarterbacks Co-Defensive Coord./Safeties Offensive Line Running Backs

All-Time Series

Brian Gunning Football Contact

Series Record Series Began Last Meeting Army Home Games Navy Home Games Neutral Site Games Last Army Win Current Streak Ellerson vs. Navy Niumatalolo vs. Army

Navy leads, 55-49-7 1890, Navy won, 24-0 2010, Navy won, 31-17 Navy leads, 3-0 Navy leads, 2-1 Navy leads, 50-48-7 2001, 26-17 Navy, 9 0-2 3-0

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2010 Review

2010 Overall Record Lettermen Returning/Lost Offensive Starters Returning Defensive Starters Returning Specialists Starters Returning Offensive System Defensive System

2010 Results

Won at Eastern Michigan Lost Hawai’i Won North Texas at Duke Won Lost Temple Won at Tulane Lost at Rutgers Won VMI Lost Air Force Won at Kent State Lost vs. Notre Dame Lost vs. Navy Won at SMU! !Armed Forces Bowl

2011 Schedule Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Dec. 10 #FedExField, Landover, Md.

7-6 44/25 6 5 1 Spread/Triple Option Double-Eagle Flex

31-27 31-28 24-0 35-21 42-35 41-23 23-20 (OT) 29-7 42-22 45-28 27-3 31-17 16-14

at Northern Illinois San Diego State Northwestern at Ball State Tulane at Miami (Ohio) at Vanderbilt Fordham at Air Force vs. Rutgers at Temple vs. Navy#


2011-12 COLLEGE FOOTBALL BOWL SCHEDULE BOWL

DATE

TIME

Gildan New Mexico

Dec. 17

2:00 p.m.

ESPN

Mountain West vs. Pac-12

uDrove Humanitarian

Dec. 17

5:30 p.m.

ESPN

MAC vs. WAC

R&L Carriers New Orleans

Dec. 17

9:00 p.m.

ESPN

Conference USA vs. Sun Belt

Beef ‘O’ Brady’s St. Petersburg

Dec. 20

8:00 p.m.

ESPN

Big East vs. Conference USA

San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia

Dec. 21

8:00 p.m.

ESPN

Mountain West vs. WAC

MAACO Las Vegas

Dec. 22

8:00 p.m.

ESPN

Mountain West vs. Pac-12

Sheraton Hawai’i

Dec. 24

8:00 p.m.

ESPN

Conference USA vs. WAC

AdvoCare V100 Independence

Dec. 26

5:00 p.m.

ESPN2

ACC vs. Mountain West

Little Caesars

Dec. 27

4:30 p.m.

ESPN

Big Ten vs. MAC

Belk Bowl

Dec. 27

8:00 p.m.

ESPN

ACC vs. Big East

Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman Dec. 28

4:30 p.m.

ESPN

ACC vs. Navy

Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl

Dec. 28

8:00 p.m.

ESPN

Big 12 vs. Pac-12

Champs Sports

Dec. 29

5:30 p.m.

ESPN

ACC vs. Big East

Valero Alamo

Dec. 29

9:00 p.m.

ESPN

Big 12 vs. Pac-12

Bell Helicopter Armed Forces

Dec. 30

12 noon

ESPN

Conference USA vs. BYU

New Era Pinstripe

Dec. 30

3:20 p.m.

ESPN

Big 12 vs. Big East

Franklin American Mortgage Music City

Dec. 30

6:40 p.m.

ESPN

ACC vs. SEC

Insight

Dec. 30

10:00 p.m.

ESPN

Big 10 vs. Big 12

# 12 2 #

NETWORK

MATCHUP


BOWL

2011-12 COLLEGE FOOTBALL BOWL SCHEDULE DATE

TIME

NETWORK

MATCHUP

Meineke Car Care of Texas

Dec. 31

12 noon

ESPN

Big 10 vs. Big 12

Hyundai Sun

Dec. 31

2:00 p.m.

CBS

ACC vs. Pac-12

AutoZone Liberty

Dec. 31

3:30 p.m.

ABC

Conference USA vs. SEC

Kraft Fight Hunger

Dec. 31

3:30 p.m.

ESPN

Pac-12 vs. Army

Chick-fil-A

Dec. 31

7:30 p.m.

ESPN

ACC vs. SEC

TicketCity

Jan. 2

12 noon

ESPNU

Outback

Jan. 2

1:00 p.m.

ABC

Big 10 vs. SEC

Capital One

Jan. 2

1:00 p.m.

ESPN

Big 10 vs. SEC

Progressive Gator

Jan. 2

1:00 p.m.

ESPN2

Big 10 vs. SEC

Rose Bowl presented by Vizio

Jan. 2

5:00 p.m.

ESPN

Big 10 vs. Pac-12

AllState Sugar

Jan. 3

8:30 p.m.

ESPN

SEC vs. BCS

Discover Orange

Jan. 4

8:00 p.m.

ESPN

ACC vs. BCS

Tostitos Fiesta

Jan. 5

8:30 p.m.

ESPN

Big 12 vs. BCS

AT&T Cotton

Jan. 6

8:00 p.m.

Fox

Big 12 vs. SEC

BBVA Compass Bowl

Jan. 7

1:00 p.m.

ESPN

Big East vs. SEC

GoDaddy.com Bowl

Jan. 8

8:00 p.m.

ESPN

MAC vs. Sun Belt

Allstate BCS National Championship

Jan. 9

8:30 p.m.

ESPN

BCS No. 1 vs. BCS No. 2

# 12 3 #

Big 10 vs. Conference USA


ALL-TIME SCORES VS. 2011 OPPONENTS

Delaware 1931 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1995 1996 2003 2004 2007 2009

Navy Del. Del. Navy Navy Del. Navy Del. Del. Navy Navy Del. Navy Del. Navy

September 3

12-7 13-16 14-27 31-22 30-3 9-10 31-27 25-29 21-37 31-7 30-14 17-21 34-20 52-59 35-18

Annapolis, Md. Newark, Del. Annapolis, Md. Newark, Del. Annapolis, Md. Newark, Del. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

at Western Kentucky 2009

Navy

September 10 38-22

Annapolis, Md.

1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Navy AF Navy AF Navy Navy Navy AF Navy AF AF AF AF AF AF AF AF AF AF AF Navy AF AF Navy AF AF AF AF AF AF Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy AF

6-2 16-19 17-0 3-13 10-7 37-8 13-9 20-21 30-13 21-24 17-44 22-29 7-24 6-40 13-23 24-34 7-35 7-24 6-46, 16-18 28-24 21-43 20-30 20-17 7-10 7-49 14-19 13-27 18-24 7-48 28-25 24-21 27-24 24-17 31-20 33-27 16-13* 6-14

Annapolis, Md. Colo. Springs, Colo. Wash., D.C. Colo. Springs, Colo. Annapolis, Md. Colo. Springs, Colo. Annapolis, Md. Colo. Springs, Colo. Annapolis, Md. Colo. Springs, Colo. Annapolis, Md. Colo. Springs, Colo. Annapolis, Md. Colo. Springs, Colo. Annapolis, Md. Colo. Springs, Colo. Annapolis, Md. Colo. Springs, Colo. Annapolis, Md. Colo. Springs, Colo. Annapolis, Md. Colo. Springs, Colo. Annapolis, Md. Colo. Springs, Colo. Annapolis, Md. Colo. Springs, Colo. Landover, Md. Colo. Springs, Colo. Landover, Md. Colo. Springs, Colo. Landover, Md. Colo. Springs, Colo. Annapolis, Md. Colo. Springs, Colo. Annapolis, Md. Colo. Springs, Colo. Annapolis, Md. *OT Colorado Springs, Colo.

Southern Miss October 8

at South Carolina 1920 1955 1982 1983 1984 1985 1988

Navy Navy USC USC Navy USC USC

September 17 63-0 26-0 14-17 7-31 38-21 31-34 8-19

First Meeting

Annapolis, Md. Columbia, S.C. Columbia, S.C. Columbia, S.C. Annapolis, Md. Columbia, S.C. Columbia, S.C.

at Rutgers

Air Force 1960 1966 1968 1970 1972

Navy AF AF AF Navy

October 1

35-3 7-15 20-26 3-26 21-17

Baltimore, Md. Colo. Springs, Colo. Chicago, Ill. Washington, D.C Colo. Springs, Colo.

1891 1892 1896 1897 1908 1909 1910 1969 1976 1992 1995 1996

Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Tie RU RU RU RU Navy

October 15 21-12 48-12 40-6 1-0! 18-0 12-3 0-0 6-20 3-13 0-40 17-27 10-7

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Piscataway, N.J. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Piscataway, N.J. Piscataway, N.J.

# 12 4 #

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Navy RU Navy RU RU RU Navy RU RU RU Navy

36-7 33-36 34-7 21-28 17-23 27-48 54-21 21-31 0-31 24-41 23-21

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Piscataway, N.J. Annapolis, Md. Piscataway, N.J. Piscataway, N.J. Annapolis, Md. Piscataway, N.J. Annapolis, Md. Piscataway, N.J. Annapolis, Md.

East Carolina 2006 2010

Navy Navy

October 22

28-23 76-35

Annapolis, Md. Greenville, N.C.

at Notre Dame 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965

ND ND ND ND ND ND Navy Navy ND Navy ND ND ND ND ND ND ND Navy Tie ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND Navy Navy ND ND Navy Navy ND Navy ND ND

October 29

6-19 0-7 7-14 2-26 0-20 0-12 7-0 10-6 0-14 3-0 7-9 0-15 7-14 7-13 13-20 0-9 6-33 32-13 6-6 0-28 0-27 7-41 0-40 10-19 0-19 6-17 7-38 0-6 7-21 33-7 20-6 20-40 22-25 14-7 13-10 12-20 35-14 0-40 3-29

Baltimore, Md. Chicago, Ill. Baltimore, Md. South Bend, Ind. Baltimore, Md. Cleveland, Ohio Baltimore, Md. Cleveland, Ohio Baltimore, Md. Baltimore, Md. South Bend, Ind. Baltimore, Md. Cleveland, Ohio Baltimore, Md. Baltimore, Md. Cleveland, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Baltimore, Md. Cleveland, Ohio Baltimore, Md. Cleveland, Ohio Baltimore, Md. Baltimore, Md. Cleveland, Ohio Baltimore, Md. Cleveland, Ohio South Bend, Ind. Baltimore, Md. South Bend, Ind. Baltimore, Md. South Bend, Ind. Baltimore, Md. South Bend, Ind. Philadelphia, Pa. South Bend, Ind. Philadelphia, Pa. South Bend, Ind. Philadelphia, Pa. South Bend, Ind.


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

ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND Navy ND Navy Navy

7-31 14-43 14-44 0-47 7-56 0-21 23-42 7-44 6-14 10-31 21-27 10-43 7-27 0-14 0-33 0-38 10-27 12-28 17-18 17-41 14-33 13-56 7-22 0-41 31-52 0-38 7-38 27-58 21-58 17-35 27-54 17-21 0-30 24-28 14-45 16-34 23-30 27-24 27-9 21-42 14-38 46-44* 21-27 23-21 35-17

Philadelphia, Pa. South Bend, Ind. Philadelphia, Pa. South Bend, Ind. Philadelphia, Pa. South Bend, Ind. Philadelphia, Pa. South Bend, Ind. Philadelphia, Pa. South Bend, Ind. Cleveland, Ohio South Bend, Ind. East Rutherford, N.J. South Bend, Ind. East Rutherford, N.J. South Bend, Ind. East Rutherford, N.J. South Bend, Ind. East Rutherford, N.J. South Bend, Ind. Baltimore, Md. South Bend, Ind. Baltimore, Md. South Bend, Ind. East Rutherford, N.J. South Bend, Ind. East Rutherford, N.J. Philadelphia, Pa. South Bend, Ind. South Bend, Ind. Dublin, Ireland South Bend, Ind. Landover, Md. South Bend, Ind. Orlando, Fla. South Bend, Ind. Baltimore, Md. South Bend, Ind. East Rutherford, N.J. South Bend, Ind. Baltimore, Md. South Bend, Ind. *3OT Baltimore, Md. South Bend, Ind. East Rutherford, N.J.

Troy

November 5 First Meeting

at SMU

1930 1931 1959 1960 1963 1966

SMU SMU SMU Navy SMU SMU

November 12 7-20 6-13 7-20 26-7 28-32 3-21

Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Dallas, Texas Norfolk, Va. Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas

ALL-TIME SCORES VS. 2011 OPPONENTS 1993 1995 1996 1997 1998 2002 2008 2009 2010

SMU Navy Navy Navy SMU Navy Navy Navy Navy

13-42 33-2 19-17 46-16 11-24 38-7 34-7 38-35* 28-21

Annapolis, Md. Dallas, Texas Annapolis, Md. Dallas, Texas Annapolis, Md. Dallas, Texas Annapolis, Md. Dallas, Texas Annapolis, Md.

at San Jose State November 19 First Meeting

vs. Army

1890 1891 1892 1893 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941

Navy Army Navy Navy Army Navy Army Army Army Army Tie Navy Navy Army Navy Navy Navy Army Army Army Army Navy Navy Navy Army Tie Army Army Tie Army Army Army Army Army Navy Army Navy Army Army Navy Navy Navy

December 10 24-0 16-32 12-4 6-4 5-17 11-7 5-11 8-22 5-40 0-11 6-6 10-0 6-0 4-6 3-0 3-0 6-0 9-22 0-20 0-14 7-15 6-0 7-0 7-0 14-17 0-0 0-12 3-10 21-21 9-14 0-6 7-17 0-20 7-12 3-0 6-28 7-0 0-6 7-14 10-0 14-0 14-6

West Point, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. West Point, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Princeton, N.J. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. New York, N.Y. Philadelphia, Pa. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. Philadelphia, Pa. New York, N.Y. Baltimore, Md. New York, N.Y. Chicago, Ill. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa.

# 12 5 #

*OT

1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 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 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Navy Navy Army Army Army Army Tie Army Navy Navy Navy Army Navy Army Tie Navy Army Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Army Tied Army Navy Army Army Navy Army Army Navy Navy Navy Navy Army Navy Navy Navy Tie Navy Navy Army Navy Army Army Army Navy Army Navy Army Army Army Army Army Navy Army Navy Navy Army Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy

14-0 13-0 7-23 13-32 18-21 0-21 21-21 0-38 14-2 42-7 7-0 7-20 27-20 6-14 7-7 14-0 6-22 43-12 17-12 13-7 34-14 21-15 8-11 7-7 7-20 19-14 14-21 0-27 11-7 23-24 15-23 51-0 19-0 30-6 38-10 14-17 28-0 31-7 33-6 3-3 24-7 42-13 11-28 17-7 7-27 3-17 15-20 19-17 20-30 24-3 24-25 14-16 20-22 13-14 24-28 39-7 30-34 19-9 30-28 17-26 58-12 34-6 42-13 42-23 26-14 38-3 34-0 17-3 31-17

Annapolis, Md. West Point, N.Y. Baltimore, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Pasadena, Calif. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. E. Rutherford, N.J. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. E. Rutherford, N.J. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. E. Rutherford, N.J. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Baltimore, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. E. Rutherford, N.J. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Baltimore, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa.


# 12 6 #


2010 Season Results ......................................................................... 128 Team Statistics ................................................................................... 128 Offensive Statistics ................................................................... 128-129 Defensive Statistics ........................................................................... 130 G ame Recaps .............................................................................. 131-143

# 12 7 #


2010 RESULTS / STATISTICS 2010 Results Date Sept. 6 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Dec. 11 Dec. 23

+

^

$ #

Opponent vs. Maryland Georgia Southern at Louisiana Tech at Air Force at Wake Forest SMU vs. Notre Dame Duke at East Carolina Central Michigan Arkansas State vs. Army at San Diego State

Result L W W L W W W L W W W W L

Score 14-17 13-7 37-23 6-14 28-27 28-21 35-17 31-34 76-35 38-37 35-19 31-17 14-35

TV ESPN CBS CSN ESPN3 VERSUS ESPN3 CBS CSN CBS CBS CSN MASN CBS CSN CBS CSN CBS ESPN

• Home games in bold + - Game played at M&T Bank Stadium (Baltimore, Md.) ^ - Game played at The New Meadowlands (East Rutherford, N.J.) $ - Game played at Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia, Pa.) # - Poinsettia Bowl, Game played at Qualcomm Stadium (San Diego, Calif.)

Team Statistics SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-Yards MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game Neutral Site Games SCORE BY QUARTERS Navy Opponents

Navy 386 29.7 266 188 61 17 3702 3892 190 692 5.3 284.8 37 1560 84-157-6 9.9 18.6 120.0 13 5262 849 6.2 404.8 50-1123 13-70 7-66 22.5 5.4 9.4 18-10 44-359 27.6 42-1576 37.5 33.5 31:24 88/170 52% 13/20 65% 18-120 0 51 9-12 0-2 (46-56) 82% (39-56) 70% (47-48) 98% 163266 5/32653 1st 79 79

2nd 103 116

3rd 107 31

4th 97 77

Total 386 303

Attend. 69,348 33,391 23,122 47,565 31,454 33,924 75,614 34,117 50,191 34,333 27,501 69,223 48,049

Opponents 303 23.3 270 114 149 7 2156 2378 222 470 4.6 165.8 16 2921 290-424-7 6.9 10.1 224.7 22 5077 894 5.7 390.5 64-1498 17-130 6-28 23.4 7.6 4.7 26-16 69-604 46.5 43-1784 41.5 36.6 28:36 73/171 43% 21/32 66% 10-66 0 38 13-14 0-1 (40-50) 80% (32-50) 64% (36-37) 97% 200381 5/40076 3/71395

Rushing

Player Dobbs, Ricky Teich, Alexander Greene, Gee Gee Murray, Vince Proctor, Kriss Santiago, Aaron Byrd, Andre Jones, Greg Howell, John Snelson, Bo Stukel, Mike Diggs, Delvin Thomas, Marcus Cosh, J.J. TEAM TOTAL OPPONENTS

Passing

Player Dobbs, Ricky Proctor, Kriss TEAM TOTAL OPPONENTS

GP 12 13 13 10 8 10 11 13 13 13 12 6 12 3 10 13 13

Player Jones, Greg Greene, Gee Gee Santiago, Aaron Teich, Alexander Turner, Brandon Furman, Doug Howell, John Murray, Vince Byrd, Andre Snelson, Bo TOTAL OPPONENTS

Total Offense

# 12 8 #

Gain Loss 1101 134 868 5 505 13 383 1 304 0 204 3 148 3 114 8 111 9 91 0 42 4 17 0 3 0 1 0 0 10 3892 190 2378 222

GP Effic. Comp-Att-Int 12 160.78 82-150-6 8 95.44 2-5-0 10 0.00 0-2-0 13 156.65 84-157-6 13 140.09 290-424-7

Receiving

Player Dobbs, Ricky Teich, Alexander Greene, Gee Gee Murray, Vince Proctor, Kriss Santiago, Aaron Byrd, Andre Jones, Greg Howell, John Snelson, Bo Stukel, Mike Diggs, Delvin Thomas, Marcus Cosh, J.J. TEAM TOTAL OPPONENTS

Att. 266 147 72 69 32 27 23 5 15 11 10 7 1 1 6 692 470

GP 13 13 10 13 13 13 13 10 11 13 13 13

No. 33 18 13 7 4 3 2 2 1 1 84 290

GP 12 13 13 10 8 10 11 13 13 13 12 6 12 3 10 13 13

Plays 416 147 72 69 37 27 23 5 15 11 10 7 1 1 8 849 894

Yds. 662 286 251 86 113 21 102 12 20 7 1560 2921

Rush 967 863 492 382 304 201 145 106 102 91 38 17 3 1 -10 3702 2156

Net 967 863 492 382 304 201 145 106 102 91 38 17 3 1 -10 3702 2156

Avg. 3.6 5.9 6.8 5.5 9.5 7.4 6.3 21.2 6.8 8.3 3.8 2.4 3.0 1.0 -1.7 5.3 4.6

TD Long YPG 14 41 80.6 5 64 66.4 5 26 37.8 3 42 38.2 4 48 38.0 1 31 20.1 1 23 13.2 0 53 8.2 2 15 7.8 1 19 7.0 1 10 3.2 0 5 2.8 0 3 0.2 0 1 0.3 0 0 -1.0 37 64 284.8 16 67 165.8

Pct. Yards 54.7 1527 40.0 33 0.0 0 53.5 1560 68.4 2921

TD Long Avg/G 13 85 127.2 0 26 4.1 0 0 0.0 13 85 120.0 22 61 224.7

Avg. 20.1 15.9 19.3 12.3 28.2 7.0 51.0 6.0 20.0 7.0 18.6 10.1

Pass 1527 0 0 0 33 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1560 2921

TD 5 0 3 2 1 0 2 0 0 0 13 22

Total 2494 863 492 382 337 201 145 106 102 91 38 17 3 1 -10 5262 5077

Long 85 38 51 31 63 13 77 7 20 7 85 61

Avg/G 50.9 22.0 25.1 6.6 8.7 1.6 7.8 1.2 1.8 0.5 120.0 224.7

Avg/G 207.8 66.4 37.8 38.2 42.1 20.1 13.2 8.2 7.8 7.0 3.2 2.8 0.2 0.3 -1.0 404.8 390.5


2010 STATISTICS Scoring TD 14 0 7 5 5 4 4 4 0 3 1 1 1 1 1 51 38

Dobbs, Ricky Buckley, Joe Teich, Alexander Greene, Gee Gee Jones, Greg Santiago, Aaron Howell, John Proctor, Kriss Teague, Jon Murray, Vince Middleton, Wyatt Turner, Brandon Snelson, Bo Byrd, Andre Stukel, Mike TOTAL OPPONENTS

FGs 0-0 7-10 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 9-12 13-14

All-Purpose Yardage Player Teich, Alexander Dobbs, Ricky Greene, Gee Gee Jones, Greg Thomas, Marcus Santiago, Aaron Murray, Vince Proctor, Kriss Howell, John Byrd, Andre Snelson, Bo Turner, Brandon Myers, Gary Staten, Darius Stukel, Mike Bush, Tra'ves Merchant, Emmet Furman, Doug Diggs, Delvin Simmons, Tyler Cosh, J.J. Mitchell, Kwesi TEAM TOTAL OPPONENTS

GP 13 12 13 13 12 10 10 8 13 11 13 13 11 4 12 13 3 13 6 13 3 13 10 13 13

Interceptions Player Bush, Tra'ves Simmons, Tyler Mitchell, Kwesi Blue, Max Edwards, Kevin Merchant, Emmet Richardson, De'Von TOTAL OPPONENTS

Punt Returns Player Myers, Gary TOTAL OPPONENTS

|----------------- PATs ------------------| Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points 0-0 1-1 0 1-1 0 0 86 31-32 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 52 0-0 1-1 0 0-0 0 0 44 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 26 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 16-16 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 22 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 47-48 2-2 1 1-1 0 0 386 36-37 0-0 0 0-1 0 0 303

Rush 863 967 492 106 3 201 382 304 102 145 91 0 0 0 38 0 0 0 17 0 1 0 -10 3702 2156

Rec. 86 0 286 662 0 251 12 0 102 20 7 113 0 0 0 0 0 21 0 0 0 0 0 1560 2921

PR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 70 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 70 130

KOR 395 0 76 0 563 0 0 0 0 0 43 0 0 46 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1123 1498

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 32 27 0 0 6 0 1 0 66 28

Tot. 1344 967 854 768 566 452 394 304 204 165 141 113 70 46 38 32 27 21 17 6 1 1 -10 6521 6733

No. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 6

Yds. 32 6 1 0 0 27 0 66 28

Avg. 32.0 6.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 27.0 0.0 9.4 4.7

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 32 6 1 0 0 27 0 32 18

No. 13 13 17

Yds. 70 70 130

Avg. 5.4 5.4 7.6

TD 0 0 0

Long 14 14 57

Avg/G 103.4 80.6 65.7 59.1 47.2 45.2 39.4 38.0 15.7 15.0 10.8 8.7 6.4 11.5 3.2 2.5 9.0 1.6 2.8 0.5 0.3 0.1 -1.0 501.6 517.9

Kick Returns Player Thomas, Marcus Teich, Alexander Snelson, Bo Greene, Gee Gee Staten, Darius TOTAL OPPONENTS

No. 26 15 3 3 3 50 64

Yds. 563 395 43 76 46 1123 1498

Avg. 21.7 26.3 14.3 25.3 15.3 22.5 23.4

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 38 55 21 33 19 55 81

Yds. 98 98 17

Avg. 98.0 98.0 17.0

TD 1 1 0

Long 98 98 17

Fumble Returns Player Middleton, Wyatt TOTAL OPPONENTS

Field Goals Player Buckley, Joe Teague, Jon TOTAL OPPONENTS

No. 1 1 1

FGM-A 7-10 2-2 9-12 12-13

Pct. 70.0 100.0 75.0 92.3

1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Long 1-1 1-2 4-6 1-1 0-0 42 0-0 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 38 1-1 2-3 5-7 1-1 0-0 42 0-0 3-3 4-4 5-6 0-0 45

Field Goal Sequence

Navy 32 (18), (42) (37) 21, (25), (32) --39 ----(38), (20) (35) --(36) ---

Player Maryland Georgia Southern Louisiana Tech Air Force Wake Forest SMU Notre Dame Duke East Carolina Central Michigan Arkansas State Army San Diego State

Opponents (24) --(25), (36), (42) --(45), (31) (45) (30), (40) --42, (41) (31), (20) (42) ---

• Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made

Punting

Player Delahooke, Kyle TEAM TOTAL OPPONENTS

Kickoffs

Player Teague, Jon TOTAL OPPONENTS

# 12 9 #

No. 41 1 42 43

Yds. 1576 0 1576 1784

No. 71 71 62

Yds. 4482 4482 3892

Avg. Long 38.4 61 0.0 0 37.5 61 41.5 63

Avg. 63.1 63.1 62.8

Blk 0 0 0 0

TB 7 7 9

TB 2 0 2 7

OB 0 0 2

FC 7 0 7 8

Retn

1498 1123

I20 10 0 10 18

Blk 1 0 1 0

Net YdLn

40.1 41.8

29 28


2010 STATISTICS Defensive Statistics No. 54 8 29 31 98 44 15 3 11 90 9 93 57 51 18 95 13 58 28 83 7 34 42 10 38 25 94 59 50 91 23 33 35 32 86 96 85 99 82 73 22 5

Player Simmons, Tyler Middleton, Wyatt McCauley, Aaron Hauburger, Jerry Tuani, Jabaree Blue, Max Edwards, Kevin Richardson, De'Von Mitchell, Kwesi Yarborough, Billy Bush, Tra'ves Burge, Chase King, Caleb Warrick, Matt Wright, David Bothel, Shane Fraser, Jordan Grissom, Trey Sperry, David Myers, Gary Merchant, Emmet Thomas, Marcus Graham, Mason Shannon, Jarred Brewer, Matt Wev, Jonathan Paulson, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Josh French, Brye Marks, Jared Snelson, Bo Howell, John Delahooke, Kyle Eckel, Kevin Turner, Brandon Ackerman, Brian Aiken, Matt Henderson, Wes Furman, Doug Jones, Joshua Fehr, Jerad Blick, Brian TOTAL OPPONENTS

GP 13 13 13 13 13 8 13 12 13 13 13 13 13 4 12 8 7 11 13 11 3 12 6 13 11 11 13 13 3 13 13 13 13 5 13 13 12 5 13 4 3 2 13 13

Solo 72 58 51 37 38 29 33 31 33 19 26 19 12 11 10 6 6 6 5 6 2 5 3 1 3 1 3 2 . 1 2 2 1 . 1 . 1 . . 1 1 . 538 489

Ast. 59 28 31 36 34 29 21 20 15 28 18 21 16 7 8 8 5 5 3 2 5 1 2 3 1 3 1 2 3 2 . . 1 2 . 1 . 1 1 . . . 423 524

Total 131 86 82 73 72 58 54 51 48 47 44 40 28 18 18 14 11 11 8 8 7 6 5 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 961 1013

TFL-Yds. 2.0-6 . 10.5-36 5.5-21 15.5-66 1.0-3 1.5-4 0.5-0 0.5-1 9.0-51 . 1.5-4 . 0.5-1 . 1.0-10 1.5-5 . . . . . . . . . . . 0.5-6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51-214 51.0-154

Sacks 0.5-2 . 3.0-15 1.5-11 5.5-31 . . . . 6.0-45 . . . . . 1.0-10 . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.5-6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-120 10-66

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Int.-Yds. 1-6 . . . . 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 . 1-32 . . . . . . . . . 1-27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-66 6-28

PBU . 5 2 . 2 1 4 4 3 4 . 4 . 1 1 . 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 34 18

QBH . . . . 1 . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 .

FR 3-0 5-98 2-0 . 1-0 . 2-0 . . 1-0 1-0 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-98 10-17

FF 3 1 . 3 3 . 2 1 3 . . . . . . 1 . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 10

Blk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

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G a m e On e Maryland 17, Navy 14 Sept. 6, 2010 • 69,348 M&T Bank Stadium • Annapolis, Md.

• The Maryland defense held Navy scoreless in five of the Mids’ seven trips inside the red zone to help lead the Terps to a 17-14 victory in front of 69,348 at M&T Bank Stadium in the season opener for both teams. • The Navy defense was shaky at the start, allowing Maryland to rush for 139 yards and two touchdowns on 13 carries in the first quarter, but buckled down and held the Terps to just 133 yards over the final three quarters. • After Da’Rel Scott gave Maryland a 7-0 lead with a five-yard touchdown run on Maryland’s opening possession, the Mids moved down the field and had the ball first-and10 at the Maryland 14-yard line. However sophomore slot back Gee Gee Greene was tackled for a two-yard gain, senior fullback Vince Murray was stopped for one yard and senior quarterback Ricky Dobbs was sacked for a loss of four yards. Navy came away with no points when senior kicker Joe Buckley saw his 32-yard field goal bounce off the left upright. • Maryland quickly answered with a five-play, 80-yard drive that was set up by a 67-yard run by Davin Meggett with Meggett capping off the drive with a three-yard touchdown run. • Navy got on the board early in the second quarter when senior slot back Andre Byrd took a pitch from Dobbs and ran around the left end for a 10-yard TD, the first of his career. • Senior safety Emmett Merchant picked off a pass on Maryland’s next series and the Mids marched 63 yards on 17 plays. On third-and-goal from the one, Maryland’s Adrian Moten leaped over the Navy offensive line and hit Dobbs, causing him to fumble. • After the Navy defense forced Maryland to go three-and-out, Navy took over at its own 32-yard line and moved the ball down to the Maryland seven with 12 seconds left. With no timeouts remaining, the Mids called for a roll out where Dobbs was supposed to throw the ball in the end zone or out of bounds. Dobbs was heavily pressured and was forced to pull the ball down and try to run for a touchdown. He was tackled at the twoyard line as the clock expired. • It was more of the same for the Navy offense to start the second half as the Mids went 59 yards on 13 plays, but came away with no points when Dobbs was hit by Maryland’s Kenny Tate and fumbled on the Maryland one-yard line thwarting yet another drive. • After the defense forced a Maryland punt, the Mids finally took advantage of a red zone opportunity with Dobbs scoring from the one to tie the game at 14 with 5:07 left in the third. The big play of the drive was a 53-yard run by wide receiver Greg Jones. • Maryland took a 17-14 lead with 7:50 left in the game when Travis Baltz hit a 24-yard field goal. Maryland’s scoring drive was set up by Kyle Delahooke’s 29-yard punt. • Navy got the ball at its own 30 on the ensuing kickoff with 7:44 left and deliberately moved down the field to the Maryland seven. On first down, Greene picked up four yards to the Maryland three. Dobbs was stopped for no gain on second down and then a false start by junior fullback John McCauley pushed the ball back to the eight-yard line. Dobbs picked up seven yards on third down, moving the ball down to the one-yard line. On fourth and goal from the one, Dobbs tried to sneak it in and was met by Tate and a host of Maryland defenders well short of the goal line, giving Maryland the three-point win. Score By Quarters Navy (0-1) Maryland (1-0) Scoring Summary 1 10:28 MD 1 4:15 MD 2 14:25 Navy 3 1:52 Navy 4 7:50 MD

1 0 14

2 7 0

Scott 5-yd run (Baltz PAT) Meggett 3-yd run (Baltz PAT) Byrd 10-yd run (Buckley PAT) Dobbs 1-yd run (Buckley PAT) Baltz 24-yd field goal

3 7 0

4 0 3

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Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YARDS (NET) Passes Comp-Att-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg.) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

Navy 26 72-412 73 6-10-0 82-485 0-0 2-13 4-107 1-27 2-29.5 5-2 5-35 39:26 10-18 1-2 2-7

Maryland 11 34-261 11 2-5-1 39-272 0-0 1-57 3-47 0-0 3-53.0 1-1 4-30 20:34 1-5 0-0 3-5

Individual Leaders RUSHING: Navy - Murray 14-112, Greene 7-74, Dobbs 29-63, Byrd 9-54, Jones 1-53, Teich 7-22, Stukel 4-21, Howell 1-13. Maryland - Meggett 8-105, Robinson 12-92, Scott 10-58, To. Smith 2-5, Adams 1-1, O’Brien 1-0. PASSING (Comp-Att-Int, Yds): Navy - Dobbs 6-10-0, 73. Maryland - Robinson 2-5-1, 11. RECEIVING: Navy - Greene 4-59, Jones 1-7, Murray 1-7. Maryland - To. Smith 1-6, Cannon 1-5. INTERCEPTIONS: Navy - Merchant 1-27. Maryland - None. SACKS (#YDS): Navy - French 0.5-6, Tuani 0.5-5. Maryland - Vellano 2.0-5. TACKLES (UA-A): Navy - Middleton 12, Tuani 6, Edwards 5, Simmons 5. Maryland Wujciak 18, Tate 12, Hartsfield 12, Moten 12, Vellano 10.

F 14 17

8-59, 4:27 5-80, 2:48 9-64, 4:44 7-76, 3:15 6-41, 2:46

Emmett Merchant picked off a pass in Navy’s 17-14 loss to Maryland.

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Game Two Navy 13, Georgia Southern 7 Sept. 11, 2010 • 33,391 Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium • Annapolis, Md.

• The Navy defense held Georgia Southern’s triple option offense to just 73 yards rushing and 109 yards of total offense as Navy defeated the Eagles, 13-7, in front of 33,391 at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. • Junior defensive end Jabaree Tuani led the Mids with nine tackles, 2.5 tackles for a loss and a half a sack, while senior linebacker Tyler Simmons added a career-high tying seven tackles, 1.5 tackles for a loss, a half sack and forced a fumble. Senior nose guard Shane Bothel registered a career-high seven tackles, a tackle for a loss, a sack and a forced fumble. • The Mids jumped out to a 13-0 lead thanks to 18 and 42-yard field goals, respectively, by Joe Buckley in the first quarter and a one-yard touchdown run by Ricky Dobbs in the second. The Dobbs touchdown was set up by sophomore slot back John Howell, who snuffed out a fake punt by Georgia Southern and turned the ball over to the Navy offense at the Georgia Southern 40. • The Eagles cut Navy’s lead to 13-7 on their first drive of the second half, moving 49 yards on 10 plays with Jaybo Shaw hitting J.J. Wilcox on a 17-yard touchdown pass on fourth-and-eight. • That would be it, however, for the Eagles as Navy held Georgia Southern to just 27 yards on 17 plays the rest of the way and the Mids held on for their first victory of the year. • Georgia Southern’s defense was equally stifling, holding Navy to just 109 yards rushing and 193 yards of total offense. Senior quarterback Ricky Dobbs rushed for just 44 yards on 25 carries. Senior fullback Vince Murray led the Mids with 50 yards on nine carries. • Dobbs did complete five of his eight pass attempts for 84 yards. He hooked up with senior Greg Jones on a big 44-yard completion in the fourth quarter that put the game away. Jones led all receivers with two catches for 54 yards. Score By Quarters Georgia Southern (1-1) Navy (1-1) Scoring Summary 1 8:16 N 1 2:07 N 2 1:07 N 3 9:08 GS

1 0 6

2 0 7

3 7 0

Buckley 18-yd field goal Buckley 42-yd field goal Dobbs 1-yd run (Buckley PAT) Wilcox 17-yd rec from Shaw (Mora PAT)

4 0 0

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10-35, 6:44 4-1, 1:24 8-40, 4:44 10-49, 5:52

Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YARDS (NET) Passes Comp-Att-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg.) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

Ga. Southern 8 39-73 36 4-9-0 109-48 0-0 3-3 4-133 0-0 7-40.4 3-1 7-40 27:24 3-13 2-3 1-1

Navy 9 43-109 84 5-8-0 193-51 0-0 4-31 1-55 0-0 6-35.8 0-0 6-51 32:36 4-13 1-1 2-3

Individual Leaders RUSHING: Ga. Southern - Brown 16-45, Darries Robinson 3-12, Wilcox 4-12, Hickey 2-8, Akinniranye 1-1, Shaw 13-(-5). Navy - Murray 9-50, Dobbs 25-44, Greene 4-9, Teich 4-8, Team 1-(-2). PASSING (Comp-Att-Int, Yds): Ga. Southern - Shaw 4-9-0, 36. Navy - Dobbs 5-8-0, 84. RECEIVING: Ga. Southern - Barker 2-12, Wilcox 1-17, Sumner 1-7. Navy - Jones 254, Santiago 1-12, Teich 1-12, Greene 1-6. INTERCEPTIONS: Ga. Southern - None. Navy - None. SACKS (#YDS): Ga. Southern - DuBose 1.0-10, Russell 1.0-7. Navy - Bothel 1.0-10, McCauley 1.0-4, Simmons 0.5-2, Tuani 0.5-1. TACKLES (UA-A): Ga. Southern - Rowe 10, Webb 7, Roderick 6, DuBose 6, Douglas 6, Heyden 6. Navy - Tuani 9, Simmons 7, Bothel 7, Middleton 6, Blue 6.

Jabaree Tuani led the Navy defense with nine tackles, 2.5 tackles for a loss and a 1/2 sack in Navy’s 13-7 win over the Eagles.

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G a m e Th r ee Navy 37, Louisiana Tech 23 Sept. 18, 2010 • 23,122 Joe Aillet Stadium • Ruston, La.

• Senior quarterback Ricky Dobbs threw for a career-high 219 yards and a touchdown, while sophomore slot back Gee Gee Greene piled up 145 all-purpose yards to lead Navy to a thrilling 37-23 victory over Louisiana Tech in front of 23,122 fans at Joe Aillet Stadium. • Navy trailed 23-16 at the half, but outscored the Bulldogs 21-0 in the second half as the Mids controlled the clock running 50 plays to Louisana Tech’s 23. • Navy tied the game at 23 on the opening drive of the second half, marching 72 yards on 12 plays with Dobbs scoring from the one. • After both teams traded turnovers, senior corner Kevin Edwards made a great read on a Colby Cameron pass and intercepted the Tech quarterback at the Navy 46. • On the fourth play of the ensuing drive, the Mids lost Dobbs when he got the air knocked out of him on a three-yard run. Backup quarterback Kriss Proctor came in the game and faced a third-and-four from the Louisiana Tech 37. Proctor handed the ball off to senior fullback Vince Murray for a five-yard gain and then picked up a combined total of eight yards himself on the next three plays setting up a fourth-and-two from the Louisana Tech 24. Instead of kicking a 41-yard field goal, Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo opted to go for it and Greene came up big with a 17-yard run off a Proctor pitch to put the ball at the seven. Proctor scored on the next play, a seven-yard scamper, to give Navy a 30-23 lead. • The Mids held Louisian Tech on its next possession with Tyler Simmons and De’Von Richardson coming up with the key play, stopping Tech’s Ray Holley for a loss of one on third-and-one. • The Mids put the game away on the next drive with Murray rumbling 17 yards up the middle for a touchdown to give Navy a 37-23 lead it would never relinquish. • Dobbs added 67 yards rushing and a touchdown to his 219 passing, while Murray had 62 yards and a touchdown, Proctor add 24 yards and a touchdown and Stukel rushed for 15 yards and a touchdown. • Greene led the receiving corps with three catches for 58 yards, while Greg Jones had two catches for 68 yards and Brandon Turner caught one pass for 63 yards. • The defense was led by junior outsdie linebacker Aaron McCauley with a career-high 14 tackles, while Simmons added 13 stops and senior outside linebacker Jerry Hauburger finished with a personal-best eight tackles. Score By Quarters Navy (2-1) Louisiana Tech (1-2) Scoring Summary 1 7:06 N 1 3:26 LT 2 12:38 LT 2 9:08 LT 2 6:53 N 2 5:09 LT 2 3:18 N 2 0:29 LT 3 9:55 N 3 0:31 N 4 11:09 N

1 7 3

2 9 20

3 14 0

4 7 0

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Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YARDS (NET) Passes Comp-Att-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg.) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

Navy 24 61-297 219 8-14-1 75-516 0-0 0-0 6-118 2-0 3-36.3 0-0 2-15 34:21 9-15 1-1 5-6

Louisiana Tech 21 32-154 251 31-43-2 75-405 0-0 1-2 7-199 1-0 3-44.0 1-1 4-25 25:39 3-14 3-3 4-4

Individual Leaders RUSHING: Navy - Greene 6-87, Dobbs 19-67, Murray 14-62, Proctor 6-24, Teich 5-23, Stukel 4-15, Byrd 4-13, Howell 1-8, Team 2-(-2). La Tech - Creer 13-90, Holley 6-28, Fitte 4-21, Cameron 8-15, Molton 1-0. PASSING (Comp-Att-Int, Yds): Navy - Dobbs 8-14-1, 219. La Tech - Cameron 31-432, 251. RECEIVING: Navy - Greene 3-58, Jones 2-68, Turner 1-63, Howell 1-25, Murray 1-5. La Tech - Ikharo 10-88, Fitte 5-37, Casey 4-45, Holley 4-20, Paige 2-16, Jackson 2-11, Molton 2-5, Harper 1-20, Creer 1-9. INTERCEPTIONS: Navy - Blue 1-0, Edwards 1-0. La Tech - Boyd 1-0. SACKS (#YDS): Navy - Yarborough 1.5-16, Tuani 0.5-4. La Tech - Hitt 1.0-7. TACKLES (UA-A): Navy - A. McCauley 14, Simmons 13, Hauburger 8, Middleton 7, D. Wright 7, Blue 7. La Tech - Randle 11, Cole 9, Boyd 8, Longino 7, Hitt 6, Dudley 6.

F 37 23

Stukel 4-yd run (Buckley PAT) 9-97, 5:01 Nelson 25-yd field goal 11-62, 3:40 Nelson 36-yd field goal 12-47, 3:43 Fitte 2-yd run (Nelson PAT) 10-50, 3:02 Howell 25-yd rec from Dobbs (Buckley PAT failed) 5-75, 2:15 Nelson 42-yd field goal 7-53, 1:44 Buckley 37-yd field goal 5-53, 1:51 Ikharo 8-yd rec from Cameron (Nelson PAT) 9-71, 2:49 Dobbs 1-yd run (Buckley PAT) 12-72, 5:05 Proctor 7-yd run (Buckley PAT) 10-54, 4:39 Murray 17-yd run (Buckley PAT) 8-81, 3:07

The Navy defense shut out Louisiana Tech in the second half as the Mids overcame a nine-point halftime deficit, winning 37-23.

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Game Four Air Force 14, Navy 6 Oct. 2, 2010 • 47,565 Falcon Stadium • Colorado Springs, Colo.

• Air Force quarterback Tim Jefferson rushed for 62 yards and two touchdowns, including a 50-yard touchdown run in the first quarter, while completing five of his seven passes for 83 yards as he led Air Force to a 14-6 victory over Navy in front of 47,565 fans at Falcon Stadium in Colorado Springs. • It was the first loss by Navy to another Service Academy since 2002 when the Mids lost at Air Force, while the 20-combined points marked the lowest combined score in the series since 1997 when Navy lost 10-7. The only Air Force touchdown in that game came on a blocked punt. • The Navy offense continued to struggle scoring points, settling for just two Joe Buckley field goals. The Mids gained just 312 yards of total offense on the day, including a paltry 129 yards in the second half. It marked the first time that Navy didn’t score a touchdown against another Service Academy since 1987 when the MIds lost to Army, 17-3. • Red zone offense was once again a struggle as the Mids made three trips into the red zone and came away with just the two field goals. Navy has scored just seven touchdowns on 19 trips to the red zone this year. • The key to the game might have been Navy’s second series when, after Kevin Edwards caused a Jared Tew fumble and recovered it himself at the Navy 43-yard line, the Mids quickly marched down the field and had the ball first and goal at the Air Force 3. Navy, however, could not punch it in as quarterback Ricky Dobbs was stopped for a loss of one on two-consecutive plays and then Vince Murray gained just one yard on third and goal from the five. To make matters worse, Buckley banged his 21-yard field goal off the left upright after the ball was partially tipped at the line of scrimmage.

• Air Force would make that lost opportunity hurt even more when it moved 80 yards on three plays with Jefferson capping off the drive with his 50-yard touchdown run to take a 7-0 lead. • Navy would mount another nice drive at the start of the second quarter, moving from its own 14 down to the Air Force 12, but once again the red zone woes jumped up and bit the Mids. On first and 10, Murray gained one, on second down and nine Murray was held to no gain and on third and nine Dobbs rushed for three as the Mids settled for a 25-yard field goal by Buckley. • The Navy defense, which had been stout since Air Force’s first two drives of the game, came up with a fumble recovery on the Falcons’ first drive of the second half as Aaron McCauley fell on a bad pitch from Jefferson at the Air Force 36-yard line. • After picking up a first down, the Mids had the ball second and two from the Air Force 14 when Dobbs burst through the Falcon defense and picked up 13 yards to the Air Force one-yard line, but center Brady DeMell was called for holding. The Mids were forced to kick a field goal to narrow the Air Force lead to 7-6. • The score would remain that way until early in the fourth quarter when Kyle Delahooke had his punt blocked by Jamil Cooks and it was recovered by Anthony Wooding at the Navy 15-yard line. Four plays later, Jefferson scored from the one and Air Force led 146 with 12:31 left in the contest.

Score By Quarters Navy (2-2) Air Force (4-1) Scoring Summary 1 4:18 AF 2 7:16 N 3 10:58 N 4 12:38 AF

1 0 7

2 3 0

3 3 0

Jefferson 50-yd run (Soderberg PAT) Buckley 25-yd field goal Buckley 32-yd field goal Jefferson 1-yd run (Soderberg PAT)

Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YARDS (NET) Passes Comp-Att-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg.) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

Navy 17 50-209 103 6-18-2 68-312 0-0 2-15 2-53 0-0 6-31.3 1-0 3-20 31:30 5-15 0-0 2-3

4 0 7

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3-80, 1:05 14-78, 5:48 8-21, 3:09 4-15, 1:30 Air Force 13 53-292 83 5-7-0 60-375 0-0 3-41 0-0 2-10 6-38.8 2-2 5-52 28:30 6-14 0-1 1-2

Individual Leaders RUSHING: Navy - Byrd 3-50, Murray 14-45, Dobbs 18-43, Teich 8-38, Greene 5-31, Stukel 2-2. Air Force - Tew 17-111, Clark 14-70, Jefferson 10-62, Halderman 5-22, Walker 3-16, Warzeka 3-12, Team 1-(-1). PASSING (Comp-Att-Int, Yds): Navy - Dobbs 6-18-2, 103. Air Force - Jefferson 5-70, 83. RECEIVING: Navy - Jones 2-40, Greene 2-30, Byrd 1-20, Furman 1-13. Air Force - Demerath 3-56, Warzeka 1-28, Clark 1-(-1). INTERCEPTIONS: Navy - None. Air Force - Waiwaiole 1-10, Davis 1-0. SACKS (#YDS): Navy - A. McCauley 1.0-4. Air Force - Waiwaiole 1.0-11. TACKLES (UA-A): Navy - Blue 15, Simmons 11, A. McCauley 9, Tuani 6, Yarborough 6. Air Force - Waiwaiole 15, Morris 8, Davis 7, Ricketts 7, Payne 6.

Max Blue recorded 15 tackles in Navy’s 14-6 loss to Air Force.

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G am e F ive Navy 28, Wake Forest 27 Oct. 10, 2010 • 31,454 Winston-Salem, N.C. • BB&T Field

• Senior quarterback Ricky Dobbs hit Greg Jones with a six-yard touchdown pass in the back of the end zone with 26 seconds left in the game, while the Mids’ defense forced three-straight incompletions on Wake Forest’s final possession as Navy rallied for a thrilling 28-27 come-from-behind victory in front of 31,454 fans at BB&T Field in Winston-Salem. • Navy’s game-winning scoring drive started from its own 36-yard line with 2:08 remaining and no timeouts left. The Mids were without starting fullback Vince Murray and back-up Alexander Teich, who both had left the game with injuries. • After two-straight incompletions, Dobbs hit junior slot back Aaron Santiago with a nineyard pass over the middle and then Santiago picked up the first down on fourth-andone with an option pitch for six yards that moved the ball to the Wake Forest 49. • Dobbs missed on two more passes, setting up another third and 10, but came through once again this time hitting sophomore slot back Gee Gee Greene for 34 yards down to the Wake Forest 15-yard line. • After a Wake Forest timeout, Dobbs ran left for six yards and after another Wake timeout Dobbs picked up three more yards to the six-yard line. On third-and-one, Dobbs faked a pitch left and rolled right and lofted a beautiful pass to Jones in the back of the end zone to tie the game at 27. Senior kicker Joe Buckley came on to make the extrapoint to give the Mids a 28-27 advantage. • Wake Forest returned the ensuing kickoff 47 yards to its own 49-yard line, but the Mids forced freshman quarterback Tanner Price into three-straight incompletions as Navy held on for the one-point win. • Dobbs had the best game of his senior campaign, carrying the ball 22 times for 100 yards and two touchdowns. Additionally, he completed eight of his 19 pass attempts for 94 yards and two touchdowns. • Santiago added a career-high 66 yards on six carries, while Teich had 43 yards on 10 carries. • Greene (3-44) and Jones (3-35) were the leading receivers for the Mids. • Junior outside linebacker Aaron McCauley continued his great play with 13 tackles, two tackles for a loss and a fumble recovery. Junior defensive end Jabaree Tuani was a warrior inside for the Mids, coming up with eight tackles, three tackles for a loss and a forced fumble. Senior linebacker Tyler Simmons added 10 tackles and a fumble recovery, while Kevin Edwards had eight stops and a caused fumble. Score By Quarters Navy (3-2) Wake Forest (2-3) Scoring Summary 1 12:44 WF 1 7:34 N 2 13:24 WF 2 10:12 N 2 0:12 WF 3 11:59 N 3 1:08 WF 4 8:34 WF 4 0:26 N

1 7 7

2 7 10

3 7 7

4 7 3

Price 1-yd run (Newman PAT) Teich 6-yd rec from Dobbs (Buckley PAT) Newman 45-yd field goal Dobbs 3-yd run (Buckley PAT) Givens 11-yd rec from Price (Newman PAT) Dobbs 4-yd run (Buckley PAT) Brown 12-yd rec from Price (Newman PAT) Newman 31-yd field goal Jones 6-yd rec from Dobbs (Buckley PAT)

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Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YARDS (NET) Passes Comp-Att-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg.) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

Navy 18 51-274 94 8-19-1 70-368 0-0 0-0 5-118 0-0 5-46.4 0-0 6-51 29:25 10-17 1-2 4-4

Wake Forest 27 24-77 326 37-53-0 77-403 0-0 2-16 5-165 1-0 4-45.8 3-2 6-47 30:35 7-16 1-1 4-5

Individual Leaders RUSHING: Navy - Dobbs 22-100, Santiago 6-66, Teich 10-43, Greene 6-25, Byrd 3-25, Murray 3-14, Diggs 1-1. Wake Forest - Harris 14-46, Pendergrass 3-19, Price 2-9, Bohanon 1-4, Adams 4-(-1). PASSING (Comp-Att-Int, Yds): Navy - Dobbs 8-19-1, 94. Wake Forest - Price 37-530, 326. RECEIVING: Navy - Greene 3-44, Jones 3-35, Santiago 1-9, Teich 1-6. Wake Forest Brown 10-59, Givens 7-60, Dembry 4-51, Campanaro 4-44, Harris 3-32, Bohanon 3-27, Williams 3-12, Ford 2-24, Pendergrass 1-17. INTERCEPTIONS: Navy - None. Wake Forest - Quarles 1-0. SACKS (#YDS): Navy - None. Wake Forest - Dorty 0.5-2, Olson 0.5-2. TACKLES (UA-A): Navy - A. McCauley 13, Simmons 10, Edwards 8, Tuani 8, Richardson 7, Blue 7. Wake Forest - Orange 9, Haynes 9, Wilber 8, Dorty 7, Woodlief 6, Ehrmann 6.

F 28 27

5-38, 2:16 11-68, 5:10 9-39, 2:51 7-67, 3:12 11-84, 4:15 8-78, 3:01 10-70, 3:37 14-59, 5:32 10-64, 1:42

Greg Jones caught three passes for 35 yards against Wake Forest, including the game-winning score with 1:42 left to play.

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G am e Six Navy 28, SMU 21 Oct. 16, 2010 • 33,924 Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium • Annapolis, Md.

• Navy (4-2) rallied from a 14-0 halftime deficit to stun SMU (4-3), 28-21, in front of 33,924 fans at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. It marked the second year in a row that Navy came from 14 points behind to beat the Mustangs. • The Mids cut SMU’s lead to 14-7 on their first drive of the second half when senior quarterback Ricky Dobbs hit junior slot back Aaron Santiago with a three-yard touchdown pass on a fourth-and-goal play. The two had hooked up earlier in the drive when Dobbs hit Santiago down the middle for 51 yards to get the third out of a third-and-17 hole. • After the defense forced a punt, the Mids tied the game at 14 on sophomore Gee Gee Greene’s one-yard touchdown run. Senior wide receiver Greg Jones had the big play on the drive, running for 33 yards on a reverse. • The Navy defense rose to the occasion again as senior outside linebacker Jerry Hauburger hit SMU quarterback Kyle Padron, forcing a fumble that junior defensive end Jabaree Tuani recovered at the SMU 31. • Five plays later, Navy had the lead as junior fullback Alexander Teich scored from the two to give Navy a 21-14 advantage. • SMU, however, would tie it at 21 on a 10-play, 57-yard drive that was capped by Padron hitting Aldrick Robinson with a 10-yard touchdown pass in the back of the end zone with 2:51 remaining. • After Navy went three-and-out, SMU got the ball back at its own 11 with 1:55 remaining. On the first play from scrimmage, senior linebacker Tyler Simmons stepped in front of a Padron pass for an interception at the SMU 13-yard line. • Two plays later, Teich scored from the four to give Navy a 28-21 lead. • SMU was able to move the ball to the Navy 41-yard line in the final seconds, but senior corner Kevin Edwards recovered a Bryce Tennison fumble on the final play to give the Mids their fourth victory in the last five games. • Teich led the Mids with a career-high 95 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 21 carries. Dobbs rushed for 62 yards on 19 carries and Greene had 48 yards and a touchdown on nine carries. • Dobbs completed six of his nine passes for 84 yards and one touchdown. Santiago had two catches for 54 yards and a touchdown. • Hauburger and junior outside linebacker Aaron McCauley led the defense with eight tackles each. Hauburger had a monster game with three tackles for a loss, a sack and two forced fumbles to go along with his eight stops. McCauley had a tackle for a loss and a pass break-up. Junior linebacker Max Blue added six tackles. Score By Quarters SMU (4-3) Navy (4-2) Scoring Summary 1 13:05 SMU 2 10:05 SMU 3 9:52 N 3 1:57 N 4 12:52 N 4 2:51 SMU 4 1:38 N

1 7 0

2 7 0

3 0 14

4 7 14

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Individual Leaders RUSHING: SMU - Line 15-88, Padron 8-45, Smith 1-(-7). Navy - Teich 21-95, Dobbs 1962, Greene 9-48, Jones 1-33, Howell 1-6, Diggs 1-4, Byrd 1-3, Santiago 2-2. PASSING (Comp-Att-Int, Yds): SMU- Padron 28-42-1, 254. Navy - Dobbs 6-9-0, 84. RECEIVING: SMU - Johnson 12-104, Beasley 9-72, Robinson 4-41, Haynes 3-30, Line 0-11, Tennison 0-(-4). Navy - Santiago 2-54, Jones 1-12, Turner 1-9, Greene 1-8, Furman 1-1. INTERCEPTIONS: SMU - None. Navy - Simmons 1-6. SACKS (#YDS): SMU - None. Navy - Hauburger 1.0-8. TACKLES (UA-A): SMU - Reed 20, Fleps 10, Sorrell 9, Thompson 7, Davis 6. Navy Hauburger 8, A. McCauley 8, Blue 6, Middleton 5, Mitchell 5.

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Beasley 5-yd rec from Padron (Szymanski PAT) 7-71, 3:37 Johnson 4-yd rec from Padron (Szymanski PAT) 11-74, 4:55 Santiago 3-yd rec from Dobbs (Buckley PAT) 10-81, 5:08 Greene 1-yd run (Buckley PAT) 9-80, 4:58 Teich 2-yd run (Buckley PAT) 5-31, 2:29 Robinson 10-yd rec from Padron (Szymanski PAT)10-57, 5:09 Teich 4-yd run (Buckley PAT) 2-13, 0:12

Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YARDS (NET) Passes Comp-Att-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg.) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

SMU 21 24-121 254 28-42-1 66-375 0-0 0-0 4-121 0-0 3-43.7 3-2 8-76 27:26 6-13 2-2 3-4

Navy 18 55-253 84 6-9-0 64-337 0-0 1-4 3-58 1-6 3-41.3 0-0 5-54 32:34 7-14 2-3 4-4

Tyler Simmons’ fourth-quarter interception set up Alexander Teich’s four-yard touchdown run to give Navy a 28-21 victory over SMU.

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G am e Se ven Navy 35, Notre Dame 17 Oct. 23, 2010 • 75,614 New Meadowlands Stadium • East Rutherford, N.J. • Junior fullback Alexander Teich rushed for a career-high 210 yards on 26 carries, while senior quarterback Ricky Dobbs ran for 90 yards and three touchdowns to lead Navy to a 35-17 victory over Notre Dame in front of 75,614 at the New Meadowlands Stadium. • The Navy defense was equally impressive, stopping Notre Dame on a fourth-and-goal play from the one-yard line on the Irish’s initial possession and picking off Dayne Crist twice (sophomore safety De’Von Richardson and junior corner Kwesi Mitchell). • The win gave Navy’s senior class three wins in four years over the Irish as it became just the third class in school history to accomplish that feat, joining the classes of 1937 and 1964. • The win also marked the first time Navy has beaten the Irish in consecutive years since 1960-61 and it was the Mids’ first win over Notre Dame at a neutral site since 1960. • Navy rushed for 367 yards on the day, the most ever by a Navy team against Notre Dame, while Teich’s 210 yards rushing were the most by a Navy player against the Irish. • After senior linebacker Tyler Simmons and junior nose guard Jared Marks stopped Crist at the one-yard on the opening drive of the game, the Mids answered with a 99yard drive on just six plays with Teich ripping off a career-long 54-yard run and capping the drive with a spectacular 31-yard touchdown reception off a screen pass from Dobbs. Teich had to leap a player for the Dobbs pass, caught it one-handed, then sprinted 31 yards before diving in the end zone to get Navy on the board first. • After a Notre Dame field goal, the Mids moved 77 yards in 12 plays with Dobbs scoring from the three to make it 14-3. • Notre Dame answered with a touchdown of its own to cut the lead to 14-10 and then forced Navy to punt on the Mids’ next drive. However, senior punter Kyle Delahooke got off a perfect 44-yard punt that was downed at the Notre Dame three-yard line and then three plays later Richardson picked off Crist at the Notre Dame 30-yard line giving the Mids one more chance to score before the half. • Navy took over the ball at the 30 yard line with 1:59 remaining and one timeout left and easily moved the 30 yards on five-straight runs without ever needing to use the timeout as sophomore slot back Gee Gee Greene capped the drive with a spectacular run from the nine to put Navy up 21-10. • Greene’s touchdown seemed to deflate the Irish as Navy took the second half kickoff and moved 77 yards in seven plays with Dobbs scoring from the nine to make it 28-10. • After Mitchell’s interception, Navy moved 73 yards in 10 plays with Dobbs scoring from the one to put the Mids up 35-10 midway through the third quarter. • Notre Dame would add a late touchdown in the fourth to make the final 35-17. Score By Quarters Notre Dame (4-4) Navy (5-2) Scoring Summary 1 6:05 N 1 3:04 ND 2 11:01 N 2 6:07 ND 2 0:14 N 3 11:23 N 3 4:38 N 4 6:12 ND

1 3 7

2 7 14

3 0 14

4 7 0

Teich 31-yd rec from Dobbs (Teague PAT) Ruffer 45-yd field goal Dobbs 3-yd run (Teague PAT) Jones 16-yd rec from Crist (Ruffer PAT) Greene 9-yd run (Teague PAT) Dobbs 9-yd run (Teague PAT) Dobbs 1-yd run (Teague PAT) Wood 1-yd run (Ruffer PAT)

Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YARDS (NET) Passes Comp-Att-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kick Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg.) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

Notre Dame 22 30-106 257 25-38-2 68-363 0-0 0-0 6-123 0-0 1-43.0 0-0 1-15 24:11 6-12 1-3 2-3

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Individual Leaders RUSHING: Notre Dame - Allen 11-66, Crist 10-25, Wood 8-17, Team 1-(-2). Navy - Teich 26-210, Dobbs 20-90, Greene 8-56, Diggs 2-9, Howell 1-6, Santiago 1-0, Byrd 1-(-2), Team 1-(-2). PASSING (Comp-Att-Int, Yds): Notre Dame - Crist 19-31-2, 178, Rees 6-7-0, 79. Navy - Dobbs 2-2-0, 71. RECEIVING: Notre Dame - Kamara 6-56, Jones 5-53, Eifert 4-42, Wood 3-37, Toma 226, Allen 2-24, Goodman 2-10, Ragone 1-9. Navy - Jones 1-40, Teich 1-31. INTERCEPTIONS: Notre Dame - None. Navy - Richardson 1-0, Mitchell 1-1. SACKS (#YDS): Notre Dame - None. Navy - Tuani 0.5-3, Yarborough 0.5-2. TACKLES (UA-A): Notre Dame - Teo 13, Smith 10, Lewis-Moore 10, Fox 7, Williams 6, Cwynar 6, Motta 6. Navy - Simmons 10, Middleton 7, A. McCauley 6, Burge 6, Hauburger 6.

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6-99, 3:08 10-48, 3:01 12-77, 7:03 13-72, 4:54 5-30, 1:45 7-77, 3:37 10-73, 5:18 10-76, 4:09 Navy 21 60-367 71 2-2-0 62-438 0-0 1-0 4-64 2-1 3-39.0 0-0 0-0 35:49 10-13 0-0 4-4

Fullback Alexander Teich rushed for a career-high 210 yards on 26 carries in Navy’s 35-17 rout of Notre Dame at the New Meadowlands Stadium.

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G a m e Ei g ht Duke 34, Navy 31 Oct. 30 2010 • 34,117 Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium • Annapolis, Md.

• Duke quarterback Sean Renfree completed 28 of his 30 pass attempts for 314 yards and one touchdown to lead Duke to a 34-31 victory over Navy in front of a Homecom ing crowd of 34,117 at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. • Navy opened the game by playing its worst half of football all year and trailed the Blue Devils, 24-0, at the intermission. Meanwhile, Renfree started the game by completing a school-record tying 16-consecutive passes for Duke. • The Navy offense wasn’t much better than the defense in the first half, gaining just 67 yards of total offense and fumbling three times, losing one. • The Mids finally got on the board with 6:01 left in the third quarter on a five-yard touchdown run by quarterback Ricky Dobbs. It was Dobbs’ 44th-career rushing touchdown, which broke the school record of 43 previously held by Chris McCoy (1995-97). • Duke, however, answered with a touchdown five minutes later when corner Kwesi Mitchell went for an interception along the right sideline and came up empty and Duke’s Conner Vernon took the catch 29 yards for a touchdown to give the Blue Devils a 317 lead. • To their credit, the Mids refused to give up and made things interesting in the final minutes. Navy cut the Duke lead to 31-15 when it drove 80 yards in six plays and used just 1:13 with Dobbs hitting Greg Jones with a seven-yard touchdown pass. Fullback Alexander Teich ran in the two point conversion. • Duke answered with a 40-yard field goal by Will Snyderwine with 8:34 left to take a 3415 lead. Snyderwine’s field goal hit the left upright and bounced through. At the time, nobody knew how critical those points would become. • Navy raced right back down the field, going 61 yards on eight plays in 2:18 with Gee Gee Greene scoring from the one and then Dobbs ran in the two-point conversion to cut the lead to 34-23 with 6:16 left in the contest. • After Duke recovered Navy’s on-side kick, the Blue Devils ran four-straight plays with Navy stopping Duke on a fourth-and-one from the Mids’ 33 with 4:28 left. • With momentum now clearly in the Mids’ favor, Navy went 67 yards on 10 plays in just 1:54 with Dobbs hitting Aaron Santiago with a 12-yard TD pass to cut the lead to five and then Dobbs hit Santiago with a two-point conversion to make the score 34-31 with 2:34 left. • Once again Duke recovered the on-side kick and once again the Navy defense held, giving the Navy offense a chance to tie or win the game with 57 seconds left. • Navy took over at its own 20-yard line and Dobbs hit Jones for eight yards on back-toback passes to move the ball to the 36. Dobbs spiked the ball on first down and then scrambled for eight yards to the 44-yard line. On third-and-one, Dobbs pitched to Andre Byrd and Duke safety Matt Daniels came up and made a great play to stop Byrd for a one-yard loss. On fourth down, Dobbs’ desperation attempt fell incomplete giving Duke the win. Score By Quarters Duke (2-6) Navy (5-3) Scoring Summary 1 10:01 D 2 13:19 D 2 6:00 D 2 0:37 D 3 6:01 N 3 1:02 D 4 14:49 N 4 8:34 D 4 6:16 N 4 2:34 N 1:54

1 3 0

2 21 0

3 7 7

4 3 24

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Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YARDS (NET) Passes Comp-Att-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kick Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg.) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

Duke 2 45-142 314 28-30-0 75-456 0-0 1-7 3-47 0-0 2-35.0 0-0 8-75 36:57 8-15 2-3 4-4

Navy 22 37-148 227 13-28-0 65-375 0-0 1-4 4-76 0-0 3-35.3 3-1 2-15 23:03 4-12 2-3 4-4

Individual Leaders RUSHING: Duke - Scott 13-42, Connette 11-33, Renfree 9-28, Hollingsworth 7-21, Thompson 4-19, Team 1-(-1). Navy - Dobbs 22-83, Teich 7-43, Santiago 2-12, Greene 3-9, Byrd 2-2, Howell 1-(-1). PASSING (Comp-Att-Int, Yds): Duke - Renfree 28-30-0, 314. Navy - Dobbs 13-27-0, 227 RECEIVING: Duke - Helfet 7-69, Vernon 5-90, Varner 5-57, Scott 5-49, Kelly 4-23, Braxton 2-26 Navy - Jones 9-134, Santiago 2-36, Greene 1-31, Teich 1-26. INTERCEPTIONS: Duke - None. Navy - None. SACKS (#YDS): Duke - Egboh 1.5-12, Brown 0.5-4. Navy - Tuani 1.0-2. TACKLES (UA-A): Duke - Brown 12, Kromah 11, Egboh 7, Rwabukama 6, Butler 4, Daniels 4, Oglesby 4. Navy - Simmons 17, Burge 11, King 10, Middleton 9, Tuani 9.

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Snyderwine 30-yd field goal 10-68, 4:59 Renfree 1-yd run (Snyderwine PAT) 14-76, 6:57 Connette 6-yd run (Snyderwine PAT) 10-45, 4:57 Renfree 12-yd run (Snyderwine PAT) 8-64, 1:42 Dobbs 5-yd run (Teague PAT) 7-86, 2:14 Vernon 29-yd rec from Renfree (Snyderwine PAT)10-70, 4:59 Jones 7-yd rec from Dobbs (Teich Rush) 6-80, 1:13 Snyderwine 40-yd field goal 12-60, 6:15 Greene 1-yd run (Dobbs Rush) 8-61, 2:18 Santiago 12-yd rec from Dobbs (Santiago from Dobbs)1 0 - 6 7 ,

Aaron Santiago caught a 12-yard touchdown pass in Navy’s 34-31 loss to Duke.

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G a m e Nin e Navy 76, East Carolina 35 Nov. 6, 2010 • 50,191 Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium • Greenville, N.C.

• Navy outscored East Carolina, 48-14, in the second half thanks to four Pirate fumbles and an unstoppable ground attack as the Mids rolled over ECU, 76-35, in front of 50,191 fans at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium in Greenville. The 76 points are the most by a Navy team since 1919. • The Mids took a 28-21 lead at the half thanks to a five-yard touchdown run by quarterback Ricky Dobbs with just 14 seconds remaining in the second quarter. The touchdown was the 45th of his career, which broke the school record previously held by Chris McCoy (1995-97). • The floodgates opened in the third quarter when East Carolina turned the ball over on three-straight possessions to start the second half. • The first turnover happened on the second play of the third quarter when ECU running back Jon Williams had the ball knocked out of his hands by defensive end Jabaree Tuani and Navy nose guard Chase Burge recovered it. • The Mids converted that fumble when Jon Teague nailed a career-long 38-yard field goal to make the score 31-21. • The Navy defense came up with another fumble on ECU’s next drive when Williams fumbled again and safety Tra’ves Bush came up with the ball at the ECU 29-yard line. • This time it took Navy just one play to put points on the board as Dobbs hit a wide open Aaron Santiago with a 29-yard touchdown pass to make the score 38-21. • Remarkably, ECU fumbled again, this time on the very next play from scrimmage, when quarterback Dominique Davis had his pass batted back to him by Billy Yarborough and when Davis caught his own pass he was hit by Tuani, forcing a fumble that was recovered by Tyler Simmons at the ECU 21-yard line. • Four plays later, Navy slot back Gee Gee Greene scored on a fourth-and-one play from the 12 to make the score 45-21. • The Mids rolled up 596 yards of total offense on the day, with 521 of that coming on the ground.

Score By Quarters Navy (6-3) East Carolina (5-4) Scoring Summary 1 11:22 N 8:37 ECU 1 6:26 ECU 1 1 4:44 N 2 11:10 N 2:51 ECU 2 0:14 N 2 3 11:06 N 3 10:12 N 3 8:52 N 3 7:25 ECU 3 2:27 N 0:14 N 3 4 11:16 N 4 8:25 ECU 7:43 N 4 4 3:14 N

1 14 14

2 14 7

3 27 7

4 21 7

Murray 10-yd run (Teague PAT) Byrd 1-yd rec from Davis (Barbour PAT) Harris 4-yd rec from Davis (Barbour PAT) Teich 64-yd run (Teague PAT) Jones 5-yd rec from Dobbs (Teague PAT) Lewis 4-yd rec from Davis (Barbour PAT) Dobbs 5-yd run (Teague PAT) Teague 38-yd field goal Santiago 29-yd rec from Dobbs (Teague PAT) Greene 12-yd run (Teague PAT) Lewis 2-yd rec from Davis (Barbour PAT) Teague 20-yd field goal Murray 42-yd run (Teague PAT) Snelson 6-yd run (Teague PAT) Harris 2-yd rec from Davis (Barbour) Proctor 23-yd run (Teague PAT) Proctor 1-yd run (Teague PAT)

Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YARDS (NET) Passes Comp-Att-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kick Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg.) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

Navy 25 62-521 75 6-9-0 71-596 0-0 1-0 5-126 0-0 1-40.0 2-1 1-2 34:43 6-12 3-3 7-7

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7-70, 3:38 9-66, 2:45 5-44, 2:11 3-73, 1:42 14-66, 6:36 10-61, 3:33 8-70, 2:37 6-21, 3:11 1-29, 0:06 4-21, 1:07 5-72, 1:27 9-57, 4:58 3-51, 1:23 7-50, 3:19 10-80, 2:51 2-36, 0:42 6-48, 3:10 ECU 28 24-154 413 43-65-0 89-567 0-0 1-(-1) 12-198 0-0 2-36.0 4-4 5-50 25:17 6-14 4-6 5-6

Individual Leaders RUSHING: Navy - Teich 14-157, Dobbs 17-100, Proctor 5-78, Murray 8-68, Greene 6-47, Howell 2-26, Snelson 3-25, Santiago 4-14, Diggs 2-3, Thomas 1-3. ECU - Williams 12-94, D. Davis 4-20, Dobson 5-18, Harris 2-18, Ruffin 1-4. PASSING (Comp-Att-Int, Yds): Navy - Dobbs 6-8-0, 75. ECU - D. Davis 43-65-0, 413. RECEIVING: Navy - Santiago 2-33, Jones 2-28, Turner 1-9, Greene 1-5. ECU - Lewis 9-118, Harris 7-73, Williams 6-75, Bowman 5-50, Ruffin 5-40, Bodenheimer 4-41, J. Davis 3-12, Jones 1-5, Price 1-4, Byrd 1-1, D. Davis 1-(-6). INTERCEPTIONS: Navy - None. ECU - None. SACKS (#YDS): Navy - None. ECU - None. TACKLES (UA-A): Navy - Simmons-17, Bush-14, Hauburger-6, Middleton-6, Grissom6. ECU - Blacknall-9, McLendon-8, Patterson-8, Lineback-8, Milner-8.

Quarterback Ricky Dobbs helped direct a Navy offense that ran up 76 points and 596 yards of total offense in Navy’s 76-35 win at East Carolina.

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G ame Ten Navy 38, Central Michigan 37 Nov. 13, 2010 • 34,333 Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium • Annapolis, Md.

• Quarterback Kriss Proctor, making just his third-career start, rushed for 201 yards and a touchdown on just 20 carries to lead Navy to a thrilling 38-37 victory over Central Michigan in front of 34,333 fans at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. • In a game that featured little defense, the two teams combined for 75 points and 965 yards of total offense as Navy clinced a winning season for the eighth-consecutive year. • The Mids trailed 24-21 at the half, but outscored the Chippewas 14-0 in the pivotal third quarter. • Proctor put the Mids up for good with a four-yard touchdown run on Navy’s first drive of the third quarter (28-24). • The Mids made it 35-24 on their next drive as John Howell scored his first career rushing TD from six yards out. • Defensive end Billy Yarborough stopped a Central Michigan fake punt on the next series and the Mids would convert it to points when Joe Buckley made a 35-yard field goal with 7:27 left in the contest. • Central Michigan answered Buckley’s field goal with a 10-play, 72-yard drive with Zurlon Tipton scoring from the one-yard line to trim the Navy lead to 38-31 with 3:04 remaining. • The Mids would pick up just one first down on their next possession with the Chippewas stopping Gee Gee Greene for a loss of two yards on third-and-three from the Navy 38. • After Kyle Delahooke’s 49-yard punt, Central Michigan took the ball over at its own 20 with just 1:04 left. • After Central Michigan quarterback Ryan Radcliff threw incomplete on first down, he hit consecutive passes for 16, 24 and 25 yards to move the ball down to the Navy 15-yard line. • After a spike and an incompletion, Radcliff hit Carl Volny for eight yards on third down and then hit Cody Wilson with a seven-yard touchdown pass on fourth-and-two to pull CMU within one point. Chippewas head coach Dan Enos elected to go for the win and Radcliff’s pass in the back of the end zone was high, giving Navy a 38-37 victory. Score By Quarters Central Michigan (3-8) Navy (7-3) Scoring Summary 1 9:17 N 1 4:53 CMU 1 2:22 N 2 13:49 CMU 2 11:34 N 2 6:10 CMU 2 0:30 CMU 3 6:48 N 3 2:29 N 4 7:27 N 4 3:04 CMU 4 0:04 CMU

1 7 14

2 17 7

3 0 14

4 13 3

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Individual Leaders RUSHING: C. Michigan - Tipton 16-62, Cotton 6-20, Volny 4-14, Wilson 3-13, Radcliff 1(-8). Navy - Proctor 20-201, Santiago 4-60, Teich 12-53, Greene 6-33, Snelson 3-28, Jones 1-28, Murray 3-21, Howell 2-15. PASSING (Comp-Att-Int, Yds): C. Michigan - Radcliff 36-58-0, 394. Navy - Proctor 25-0, 33. RECEIVING: C. Michigan - Wilson 13-126, Blackburn 4-66, Poblah 4-49, Tipton 4-36, Volny 4-32, Torres 3-36, Westendorp 2-18, Harris 1-25, Cotton 1-6. Navy - Santiago 126, Jones 1-7. INTERCEPTIONS: C. Michigan - None. Navy - None. SACKS (#YDS): C. Michigan - None. Navy - Tuani 1.5-6, Hauburger 0.5-3. TACKLES (UA-A): C. Michigan - Addae 10, Berning 8, Staten 8, Kinville 7, Cunningham 6, Murnane 6. Navy - Blue 12, Simmons 10, A. McCauley 9, Edwards 8, Mitchell 7.

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Santiago 18-yd run (Buckley PAT) 9-75, 4:01 Blackburn 15-yd rec from Radcliff (Harman PAT) 11-71, 4:24 Teich 16-yd run (Buckley PAT) 6-88, 2:31 Tipton 3-yd run (Harman PAT) 9-60, 3:33 Teich 3-yd run (Buckley PAT) 6-80, 2:15 Blackburn 15-yd rec from Radcliff (Harman PAT) 12-70, 5:24 Harman 41-yd field goal 13-46, 3:33 Proctor 4-yd run (Buckley PAT) 8-64, 3:41 Howell 6-yd run (Buckley PAT) 5-74, 2:12 Buckley 35-yd field goal 10-33, 5:10 Tipton 1-yd run (Harman PAT) 10-72, 4:23 Wilson 7-yd rec from Radcliff (Radcliff pass failed) 8-80, 1:00

Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YARDS (NET) Passes Comp-Att-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kick Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg.) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

C. Michigan 29 32-101 394 36-59-0 91-495 0-0 1-5 7-156 0-0 1-32.0 0-0 4-40 34:57 9-19 5-7 5-5

Navy 24 52-437 33 2-5-0 57-470 0-0 0-0 5-92 0-0 1-49.0 1-1 5-52 25:03 4-7 0-1 6-6

Kriss Proctor carried the ball 20 times for a career-high 201 yards and one touchdown in Navy’s 38-37 win over Central Michigan.

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G a m e Ele ven Navy 35, Arkansas State 19 Nov. 20, 2010 • 27,501 Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium • Annapolis, Md.

• Quarterback Ricky Dobbs rushed for three touchdowns and threw for another while accounting for a career-high 318 yards of total offense in Navy’s 35-19 victory over Arkansas State in front of a Senior Day crowd of 27,501 at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. • Dobbs had touchdown runs of one, one and three yards and hit Greg Jones with a career-long tying 85-yard touchdown pass as the Mids improved to 8-3 on the year. • Dobbs’ second one-yard touchdown run, with 12:31 left in the contest, was his 39th over the last two years, an NCAA record for rushing touchdowns by a quarterback in consecutive seasons. • Navy went up 14-0 in the first quarter as John Howell scored on Navy’s opening possession on a 12-yard touchdown run and then, after safety Wyatt Middleton recovered a fumble on Arkansas State’s first play from scrimmage, Dobbs scored from one yard out. • Navy made it 21-3 early in the second quarter on Dobbs’ 85-yard touchdown pass to Jones. The pass is tied for the third-longest in school history. • Arkansas State cut Navy’s lead to 21-13 at the half and the score remained that way until early in the fourth quarter when Dobbs scored his record-setting touchdown to push Navy’s lead to 28-13. • After an Arkansas State score, Dobbs scored his third touchdown of the day, this time from three yards out, to give the Mids a 35-19 lead. • Dobbs carried the ball 31 times for 154 yards and three touchdowns and completed eight of his nine passes for 164 yards and a touchdown. Fullback Alexander Teich had 12 carries for 86 yards, while Jones led the Navy receiving corps with four catches for 129 yards and a touchdown. • The defense was led by safety Tra’ves Bush, who was making his second-career start (both starts have come at linebacker), with nine tackles and an interception, while linebacker Tyler Simmons had nine tackles. Middleton was in on seven tackles, two pass breakups and a fumble recovery, while safety Jordan Fraser, who was making his firstcareer start and playing outside linebacker, had seven tackles, 1.5 tackles for a loss and a pass break-up. Defensive end Billy Yarborough recorded five tackles and a careerhigh three sacks. Score By Quarters Arkansas State (4-7) Navy (8-3) Scoring Summary 1 9:19 N 1 7:34 N 2 12:51 ASU 2 12:33 N 2 10:52 ASU 2 0:00 ASU 4 12:31 N 4 8:41 ASU 4 2:52 N

1 0 14

2 13 7

3 0 0

4 6 14

Howell 12-yd run (Buckley PAT) Dobbs 1-yd run (Buckley PAT) Davis 31-yd field goal Jones 85-yd rec from Dobbs (Buckley PAT) Aplin 7-yd run (Davis PAT) Davis 20-yd field goal Dobbs 1-yd run (Buckley PAT) Muse 5-yd rec from Aplin (Davis PAT blocked) Dobbs 3-yd run (Buckley PAT)

Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YARDS (NET) Passes Comp-Att-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kick Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg.) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

Arkansas St. 22 38-187 178 22-30-1 68-365 1-17 1-(-1) 6-169 0-0 3-43.3 4-1 6-65 25:29 5-11 0-1 4-4

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11-76, 5:41 4-12, 1:32 7-35, 2:09 1-80, 0:18 4-19, 1:41 8-49, 3:02 15-80, 7:48 12-73, 3:50 11-65, 5:49 Navy 24 60-301 164 8-9-0 69-465 0-0 1-3 3-70 1-32 2-37.5 2-2 4-25 34:31 9-12 0-1 4-5

Ricky Dobbs rushed for three touchdowns and threw for another while accounting for a career-high 318 yards of total offense in Navy’s 35-19 victory over Arkansas State. Individual Leaders RUSHING: Arkansas St. - Robertson 15-92, Thornton 3-46, Aplin 17-46, Butterfield 1-4, Lawson 1-0, Team 1-(-1). Navy - Dobbs 31-154, Teich 12-86, Snelson 3-25, Santiago 315, Murray 3-10, Greene 2-5, Howell 2-4, Cosh 1-1, Proctor 1-1, Diggs 1-0, Jones 1-0. PASSING (Comp-Att-Int, Yds): Arkansas St. - Aplin 22-30-1, 178. Navy - Dobbs 8-90, 164. RECEIVING: Arkansas St. - Muse 8-69, Frampton 5-40, Stockemer 4-59, Robinson 26, Fleming 2-(-7), Smith 1-11. Navy - Jones 4-129, Greene 1-15, Santiago 1-11, Snelson 1-7, Teich 1-2. INTERCEPTIONS: Arkansas St. - None. Navy - Bush 1-32. SACKS (#YDS): Arkansas St. - None. Navy - Yarborough 3.0-17. TACKLES (UA-A): Arkansas St. - Jennings 11, McKinnon 8, Herrold 7, Draper 7, Nelms 6. Navy - Bush 9, Simmons 9, Middleton 7, Fraser 7, Burge 6.

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2010 GAME RECAPS

G ame Twelve Navy 31, Army 17 Dec. 11, 2010 • 69,223 Lincoln Financial Field • Philadelphia, Pa.

• Senior safety Wyatt Middleton’s 98-yard fumble return for a touchdown with 1:03 remaining in the second quarter turned what was shaping up to be a close game into a rout as Navy rolled to its ninth win of the year and ninth-straight win over Army, 31-17, at a sold out (69,223) Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. The 98-yard fumble return was the longest in school history and longest in an Army-Navy game. For his heroics, Middleton was named the Philadelphia Sportswriters Most Valuable Player. • Navy had jumped out to a 17-0 lead as Joe Bukley nailed a 36-yard field goal and quarterback Ricky Dobbs threw touchdown passes of 77 yards to John Howell and 32 yards to Brandon Turner. The touchdown pass to Howell was the longest pass play in series history. • The Mids were in total control of the game midway through the second quarter until a pair of Dobbs turnovers gave Army life. • Dobbs fumbled the ball on first down from his own 23 and it was recovered by Army’s Josh McNary. Six plays later, Army quarterback Trent Steelman hit Malcolm Brown with a five-yard touchdown pass to cut the Navy lead to 17-7. It was Army’s first touchdown against the Midshipmen since the fourth quarter of the 2006 game. • Three plays later, Dobbs gave the ball back to Army again as he was stripped by McNary and Stephen Anderson recovered the loose ball at the Army 48. • The Black Knights methodically moved the ball down the field, taking it 49 yards in 11 plays. On first and goal from the Navy three, Steelman tried to power his way into the end zone, but senior linebacker Tyler Simmons and senior outside linebacker Jerry Hauburger met Steelman at the two-yard line and Simmons’ knocked the ball from Steelman’s hands. The ball popped up in the air and flew right to Middleton who raced 98 yards for the back-breaking touchdown.

• Army took the opening kickoff of the third quarter and drove 47 yards on 12 plays with Alex Carlton capping the drive with a 42-yard field goal to make the score 24-10. • Navy put the game away with a 13-play, 87-yard, 9:03 scoring drive to start the fourth quarter with slot back Gee Gee Greene waltzing in from the 25 to make it 31-10. • Dobbs led the Navy offense with 54 yards rushing on 20 carries. He completed six of his 11 passes for 186 yards with two touchdowns and one interception. Slot back Aaron Santiago had two catches for 54 yards, while wide receiver Greg Jones caught two passes for 23 yards. • Simmons paced the Navy defense with 13 tackles and two forced fumbles, while sophomore Matt Warrick, making his first-career start, had 13 tackles and a pass break-up. Aaron McCauley had 11 stops, a sack and 2.5 tackles for a loss, while Middleton chipped in nine tackles, two fumble recoveries and a pass break-up to go with his 98yard touchdown return.

Score By Quarters Navy (9-3) Army (6-6) Scoring Summary 11:57 N 1 8:44 N 1 2 13:44 N 2 8:19 A 2 1:03 N 3 8:08 A 4 5:44 N 4 4:05 A

1 10 0

2 14 7

3 0 3

4 7 7

Buckley 36-yd field goal Howell 77-yd rec from Dobbs (Buckley PAT) Turner 32-yd rec from Dobbs (Buckley PAT) Brown 5-yd rec from Steelman (Carlton PAT) Middleton 98-yd fumble recovery (Buckley PAT) Carlton 42-yd field goal Greene 25-yd run (Buckley PAT) Brown 45-yd rec from Steelman (Carlton PAT)

Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YARDS (NET) Passes Comp-Att-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kick Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg.) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

Navy 16 38-139 186 6-11-1 49-325 1-98 (td) 0-0 2-59 0-0 2-29.5 3-3 2-10 25:33 5-9 0-0 1-1

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5-34, 1:18 2-81, 1:01 8-85, 4:42 6-23, 3:05 --12-47, 6:44 13-87, 9:03 5-80, 1:39 Army 20 54-209 128 11-20-0 74-337 0-0 0-0 5-117 1-0 5-39.0 3-2 8-71 34:27 6-15 1-2 2-4

Individual Leaders RUSHING: Navy - Dobbs 20-54, Teich 11-47, Greene 5-35, Santiago 1-5, Team 1-(-2). Army - Steelman 19-74, Maples 13-66, Hassin 15-50, Mealy 4-14, Brown 2-4, Cobbs 1-1. PASSING (Comp-Att-Int, Yds): Navy - Dobbs 6-11-1, 186. Army - Steelman 11-20-0, 128. RECEIVING: Navy - Santiago 2-54, Jones 2-23, Howell 1-77, Turner 1-32. Army - Brown 3-59, Jordan 3-21, Brooks 2-19, Barr 1-13, Hassin 1-10, Mealy 1-6. INTERCEPTIONS: Navy - None. Army - King 1-0. SACKS (#YDS): Navy - A. McCauley 1.0-7, Yarborough 1.0-10, Tuani 1.0-10. Army Anderson 0.5-3, Mackey 0.5-3. TACKLES (UA-A): Navy - Simmons 13, Warrick 13, A. McCauley 11, Middleton 9, Hauburger 8. Army - Anderson 12, Travis 6, Hilton 6, Mackey 6, Erzinger 4.

Wyatt Middleton’s 98-yard fumble return for a touchdown with 1:03 remaining in the second quarter was the key play in Navy’s 31-17 victory over Army.

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2010 GAME RECAPS

G a m e Th i r t een San Diego State 35, Navy 14 Dec. 23, 2010 • 48,049 Qualcomm Stadium • San Diego, Calif.

• Freshman tailback Ronnie Hillman rushed for 228 yards and three touchdowns, while junior quarterback Ryan Lindley completed 18 of his 23 passes for 276 yards and two TDs to lead San Diego State to a 35-14 victory over Navy in front of a San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl record crowd of 48,049 at Qualcomm Stadium. • The Aztecs jumped out to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter as Hillman scored on a 22-yard touchdown run and wide receiver Vincent Brown caught a 53-yard touchdown pass from Lindley. • Navy cut the lead to 14-7 early in the second quarter when, on third-and-19, senior quarterback Ricky Dobbs hit wide receiver Greg Jones with a 30-yard touchdown pass. • San Diego State went back up by 14 with 3:15 left in the half when Hillman scored on a 37-yard run, but the Mids answered with a 10-play, 73-yard scoring drive to cut the lead to 21-14 at the half. Dobbs hit Jones with a 40-yard pass down to the San Diego State 11 and then scored from the one with seven seconds remaining to give the Mids some momentum heading into the locker room. • Navy got the ball to start the third quarter and moved it to the San Diego State 9-yard line where the Mids had it first-and-goal. On first down, Dobbs was stopped for no gain and on second down he rushed for six yards to the Aztecs 3-yard line. On third-andgoal, sophomore slot back Bo Snelson was stopped for no gain and on fourth down Dobbs just barely overthrew an open Snelson in the end zone as the Mids turned the ball over on downs. • The score remained 21-14 until early in the fourth quarter when Lindley hit Hillman with a 15-yard touchdown pass to make it 28-14. • Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo elected to punt on Navy’s next drive when the Mids had a fourth-and-two at their own 42. The decision did not pay off as San Diego State kept the ball for the next 6:46, driving 80 yards on 13 plays with Hillman capping the drive with a one-yard run to make the score 35-14. • Dobbs ended his celebrated career by rushing for 107 yards and a touchdown on 24 carries and completing eight of his 15 passes for 147 yards with one TD and one interception. Meanwhile, Jones finished with three catches for 85 yards and a touchdown. • Outside linebacker Jerry Hauburger led the defense with 11 tackles, while linebacker Tyler Simmons and safety De’Von Richardson finished with seven stops each. Linebacker Matt Warrick and safety Wyatt Middleton pitched in five stops each. Score By Quarters Navy (9-4) San Diego State (9-4) Scoring Summary 1 9:06 SDS 1 4:08 SDS 2 14:10 N 2 3:15 SDS 2 0:07 N 4 14:56 SDS 4 6:07 SDS

1 0 14

2 14 7

3 0 0

4 0 14

Hillman 22-yd run (Perez PAT) Brown 53-yd rec from Lindley (Perez PAT) Jones 30-yd rec from Dobbs (Buckley PAT) Hillman 37-yd run (Perez PAT) Dobbs 1-yd run (Buckley PAT) Hillman 15-yd rec from Lindley (Perez PAT) Hillman 1-yd run (Perez PAT)

Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YARDS (NET) Passes Comp-Att-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kick Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg.) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

Navy 22 51-235 147 8-15-1 66-382 0-0 0-0 6-127 0-0 5-40.6 1-0 3-29 29:41 5-13 2-3 1-2

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Individual Leaders RUSHING: Navy - Dobbs 24-107, Teich 10-38, Greene 5-33, Santiago 4-27, Howell 4-25, Snelson 2-13, Murray 1-0, Jones 1-(-8). San Diego St. - Hillman 28-228, Kazee 7-41, Sandifer 1-14, Lindley 1-8, Young 1-3, Team (2-(-2), Brown 1-(-13). PASSING (Comp-Att-Int, Yds): Navy - Dobbs 8-15-1, 147. San Diego St. - Lindley 1823-0, 276. RECEIVING: Navy - Jones 3-85, Teich 2-9, Greene 1-30, Santiago 1-16, Furman 1-7. San Diego St. - Brown 8-165, Escobar 3-24, Sampson 2-45, Hillman 2-16, Sandifer 110, Denso 1-8, Sullivan 1-8. INTERCEPTIONS: Navy - None. San Diego St. - Preston 1-18. SACKS (#YDS): Navy - None. San Diego St. - None. TACKLES (UA-A): Navy - Hauburger 11, Simmons 7, Richardson 7, Middleton 5, Warrick 5. San Diego St. - Preston 10, Ketchum 6, Burris 6, Lawson 5, J. Perez 4, Tenhaeff 4.

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5-59, 2:18 6-93, 2:50 11-68, 4:58 7-80, 2:59 10-73, 3:08 7-74, 3:51 13-80, 6:46 SDSU 27 41-279 276 18-23-0 64-555 0-0 3-1 2-23 1-18 3-40.3 2-0 3-18 30:19 7-10 0-0 2-3

Jerry Hauburger led the Navy defense with 11 tackles against San Diego State.

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Individual Records .....................................................................146-155 Team Records ..............................................................................156-158 All-Time Leaders ........................................................................159-16 0 Longest Plays .......................................................................................161 Year-By-Year Leaders................................................................162-16 4 Additional Statistics ...................................................................165-166 The Last Time ......................................................................................167 Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Records .........................168 Coaching Records ...............................................................................169 All-Time Assistant Coaches ..............................................................169 All-Star G ame Appearances .............................................................170 Football Honors ...................................................................................171 Team Awards .......................................................................................172 Naval Academy Athletic Awards ....................................................173

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INDIVIDUAL RUSHING Rushing Attempts Game 44 43 42 42 42

Season 331 315 287 277 271 Career 908 699 687 615

200-Yard Rushing Games

Chris McCoy vs. Delaware Eddie Meyers vs. Boston College Ricky Dobbs vs. SMU Eddie Meyers vs. Syracuse Eddie Meyers vs. Army

1996 1981 2008 1981 1979

Napoleon McCallum Ricky Dobbs Napoleon McCallum Eddie Meyers Craig Candeto

1983 2009 1985 1981 2003

Napoleon McCallum Chris McCoy Ricky Dobbs Kyle Eckel

1981-85 1995-97 2008-10 2002-04

Rushing Yards Game 348 298 278 277 273

Season 1,587 1,370 1,327 1,318 1,292 Career 4,179 3,401 2,935 2,906 2,665

Shun White vs. Towson Eddie Meyers vs. Syracuse Eddie Meyers vs. Army Sneed Schmidt vs. Columbia Chris McCoy vs. SMU

2008 1981 1979 1935 1995

Napoleon McCallum Chris McCoy Napoleon McCallum Eddie Meyers Joe Gattuso

1983 1997 1985 1981 1977

Napoleon McCallum Chris McCoy Eddie Meyers Kyle Eckel Ricky Dobbs

1981-85 1995-97 1978-81 2002-04 2008-10

Season 2 2 2 Career 5 4 2

Career 19 15 14 13 13

Napoleon McCallum Napoleon McCallum Eddie Meyers Ricky Dobbs Kyle Eckel Joe Gattuso Jr.

1985 1983 1981 2009 2003 1977

Napoleon McCallum Chris McCoy Eddie Meyers Ricky Dobbs Kyle Eckel

1981-85 1995-97 1978-81 2008-10 2002-04

Game (min. 10 attempts) Sneed Schmidt (11 for 277 yds.) vs. Columbia 25.2 Season (min. 90 attempts) 8.3 Shun White (132 for 1,092 yds.) Reggie Campbell (99 for 706) 7.1 6.1 Mike Sherlock (96 for 590 yds.) 6.1 Eddie Meyers (106 for 651 yds.) 6.1 Adam Ballard (109 for 668 yds.)

Career (min. 100 attempts) 8.9 Shun White (261 for 2,311 yds.) Tony Lane (144 for 1,288 yds.) 8.9 8.6 Eric Roberts (176 for 1,510 yds.) 7.7 Reggie Campbell (231 for 1,790 yds.) 6.6 Gee Gee Greene (113 for 745 yds.)

Consecutive 100-Yard Rushing Games 7 6 6 6 5

Chris McCoy Napoleon McCallum Eddie Meyers

1997 1996 1983 1995-97 1981-85 1978-81

Rushing Yards Per Attempt

100-Yard Rushing Games Season 8 8 8 7 7 7

Chris McCoy vs. Kent State, Army (consecutive) Chris McCoy vs. Delaware, Tulane (consecutive) Napoleon McCallum vs. Air Force, Princeton (consecutive)

Brian Madden 1999-2001 (Last five games of the 1999 season and the first two of the 2001 season. Missed the 2000 season with a knee injury.) Cleveland Cooper 1972 Napoleon McCallum 1983 Cleveland Cooper 1972-1973 Ricky Dobbs 2010

Napoleon McCallum rushed for more than 200 yards in a game four different times in his career.

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1935 2008 2006 1979 1979 2005 2005-08 2001-03 2002-04 2004-07 2009-current


INDIVIDUAL RUSHING / PASSING Rushing Touchdowns Game 6 5 4 4 4 4 4 4

Craig Candeto vs. Army Ricky Dobbs vs. Delaware Ricky Dobbs vs. SMU Ricky Dobbs vs. Western Kentucky Ricky Dobbs vs. Rice Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada vs. Eastern Michigan Eddie Meyers vs. Syracuse Gerry Goodwin vs. Virginia

Season Ricky Dobbs 27* 20 Chris McCoy 16 Aaron Polanco 16 Craig Candeto Craig Candeto 16 16 Chris McCoy *FBS record for a quarterback Career 49 43 33 31 26

Ricky Dobbs Chris McCoy Craig Candeto Napoleon McCallum Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada

Consecutive Games 9 Chris McCoy Ricky Dobbs 8 8 Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada 8 Brian Madden 7 Ricky Dobbs 7 Napoleon McCallum

2002 2009 2008 2009 2009 2006 1981 1975 2009 1997 2004 2003 2002 1996 2008-current 1995-97 2001-03 1981-85 2006-current 1996-97 2009-10 2007 1999, 2001 2009 1983

Rushing Yards By A QB

Game 273* Chris McCoy (26 attempts) vs. SMU * FBS record for yds. rushing in first collegiate start

1995

Chris McCoy (246 attempts)

1997

Chris McCoy (699 attempts)

1995-97

Season 1,370 Career 3,401

Pass Attempts Game 55 54

Season 401 Career 969 818 711

Jim Kubiak (completed 25) vs. Virginia Jim Kubiak (completed 36) vs. Wake Forest

1994 1991

Jim Kubiak (completed 248)

1993

Jim Kubiak (completed 558) Mike McNallen (completed 349) Bill Byrne (completed 381)

1991-94 1968-70 1984-8

Pass Attempts Per Game Season 36.5 Career 33.4 26.4 25.4

Jim Kubiak (401 in 11 games) Jim Kubiak (969 in 29 games) Mike McNallen (818 in 31 games) Bill Byrne (711 in 28 games)

1993 1991-94 1968-70 1984-86

Chris McCoy rushed for 273 yards against SMU in the 2005 season opener. It was a FBS record for most yards rushing by a player in his first-collegiate start.

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INDIVIDUAL PASSING Pass Completions Game 37 36

Season 248 Career 558 381

Passing Yards

Bill Byrne (attempted 52) vs. Syracuse Jim Kubiak (attempted 54) vs. Wake Forest

1985 1991

Jim Kubiak (attempted 401)

1993

Jim Kubiak (attempted 969) Bill Byrne (attempted 711)

1991-94 1984-86

Pass Completions Per Game Season 22.5 Career 19.2 13.6

Jim Kubiak (248 in 11 games)

1993

Jim Kubiak (558 in 29 games) Bill Byrne (381 in 28 games)

1991-94 1984-86

Completion Percentage

Game (min. 10 completions) .882 Marco Pagnanelli (15 of 17) vs. Duke Season (min. 90 attempts) .673 Roger Staubach (66 of 98) Roger Staubach (107 of 161) .665 .627 George Welsh (94 of 150)

Career (min. 300 attempts) .631 Roger Staubach (292 of 463) .576 Marco Pagnanelli (178 of 309) .576 Jim Kubiak (558 of 969)

1982 1962 1963 1955

Game 406 399

Season 2,628 2,388 1,694 1,537 1,527 Career 6,008 4,582 3,996 3,626 3,571

Season 238.9 Career 207.2 163.6 128.9

1962-64 1981-82 1991-94

Season 19 19 Career 47 47 42 36

Tom Tarquinio vs. Notre Dame

1982

Mike McNallen Bob Zastrow

1968 1949

Jim Kubiak Bob Zastrow Mike McNallen John Cartwright

1991-94 1949-51 1968-70 1965-67

Lowest Interception Percentage Season (min. 90 attempts) 1.4 Alton Grizzard (2 of 147) 1.7 Joe Tranchini (2 of 117) 1.9 Brian Broadwater (2 of 107)

Career (min. 100 attempts) 3.5 Bob Powers (7 of 199) 3.6 Ricky Dobbs (10 of 271) 3.8 Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada (7 of 182) 3.8 Brian Broadwater (8 of 209) 4.1 Roger Staubach (19 of 463) 4.1 Craig Candeto (12 of 294)

1991 1985

Jim Kubiak Jim Kubiak Bill Byrne John Cartwright Ricky Dobbs

1993 1994 1985 1967 2010

Jim Kubiak Bill Byrne Mike McNallen John Cartwright Roger Staubach

1991-94 1984-86 1968-70 1965-67 1962-64

Passing Yards Per Game

Passes Had Intercepted Game 6

Jim Kubiak (36 of 54) vs. Wake Forest Bill Byrne (37 of 52) vs. Syracuse

1989 1958 1999 1977-79 2008-10 2005-08 1998-00 1962-64 2001-03

Alton Grizzard threw just two interceptions in 147 pass attempts in 1989.

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Jim Kubiak (2,628 yds. in 11 games) Jim Kubiak (6,008 yds. in 29 games) Bill Byrne (4,582 yds. in 28 games) Mike McNallen (4,582 yds. in 28 games)

1993 1991-94 1984-86 1968-70


INDIVIDUAL PASSING / RECEIVING Passing Yards Per Attempt

Season (min. 90 attempts) Lamar Owens (1,299 yds. on 122 attempts) 10.6 Ricky Dobbs (1,527 yds. on 150 attempts) 10.2 Aaron Polanco (1,131 yds. on 114 attempts) 9.9 9.9 Roger Staubach (966 yds. on 98 attempts) Ricky Dobbs (1,031 yds. on 105 attempts) 9.8

Career (min. 100 attempts) 10.5 Lamar Owens (1,337 yards on 127 attempts) 10.2 Ricky Dobbs (2,770 yds. on 271 attempts) Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada (1,641 yds. on 182 attempts) 9.0 Aaron Polanco (1,482 yds. on 181 attempts) 8.2 7.9 Craig Candeto (2,319 yds. on 294 attempts)

Touchdown Passes 2005 2010 2004 1962 2009 2002-05 2008-10 2005-08 2002-04 2003

Passing Yards Per Completion

Season (min. 50 completions) 20.6 Lamar Owens (1,299 yds. on 63 completions) Ricky Dobbs (2,770 yds. on 147 completions) 18.6 18.5 Aaron Polanco (1,131 yds. on 61 completions) 18.4 Ricky Dobbs (1,031 yds. on 56 completions) 17.8 Craig Candeto (1,140 yds. on 64 completions)

2005 2010 2004 2009 2003

Career (min. 75 completions) 18.8 Ricky Dobbs (2,770 yards on 147 completions) 2008-10 Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada (1,641 yards on 96 completions) 2005-08 17.1 Brian Broadwater (1,644 yds. on 97 completions) 1998-2000 17.0 16.5 Aaron Polanco (1,482 yds. on 90 completions) 2002-04 Chris McCoy (2,486 yds. on 152 completions) 1995-97 16.4

Game 4

Season 13 12 11 11 11 Career 29 26 25 23 20 20

Tom Forrestal vs. Pennsylvania

1957

Ricky Dobbs Alton Grizzard Chris McCoy Bill Byrne Jim Kubiak

2010 1990 1997 1984 1993

Bill Byrne Bob Leszczynski John Cartwright Jim Kubiak Ricky Dobbs Alton Grizzard

1984-86 1976-78 1965-67 1991-94 2008-10 1987-90

Touchdown Passes Per Game Season 1.375

Career 1.036 0.875

Bill Byrne (11 in eight games) Bill Byrne (29 in 28 games) George Welsh (21 in 24 games)

1984 1984-86 1953-55

Pass Receptions Game 10 10 10 10 10 10

Season 61 61 59 Career 129 108 107

Damon Dixon (63 yds.) vs. Virginia Mike Clark (113 yds.) vs. Army Dave King (179 yds.) vs. Notre Dame Rob Taylor (140 yds.) vs. Penn State Rob Taylor (70 yds.) vs. William & Mary Rob Taylor (179 yds.) vs. Vanderbilt

1993 1967 1976 1967 1967 1967

Bert Calland (650 yds.) Rob Taylor (818 yds.) Jason Van Matre (393 yds.)

1972 1967 1993

Rob Taylor (1,736 yds.) Bert Calland (1,237 yds.) Kevin Hickman (1,178 yds.)

1965-67 1971-73 1991-94

Pass Reception Yards Game 179 179

Season 818 727 711 662 650

Career 1,736 1,278 1,259 1,237 1,178

Dave King vs. Notre Dame Rob Taylor vs. Vanderbilt

1976 1967

Rob Taylor Rob Taylor Chris Weiler Greg Jones Bert Calland

1967 1966 1984 2010 1972

Rob Taylor Phil McConkey Larry Van Loan Bert Calland Kevin Hickman

Rob Taylor had 10 catches in a game three different times.

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INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING / TOTAL OFFENSE Yards Per Catch

Game (min. 3) Dominic Bailey (3 catches for 119 yds.) vs. Tulane 39.7 Season (min. 15) 25.5 Ryan Read (17 catches for 433 yds.) Eric Roberts (17 catches for 429 yds.) 25.2 Eric Roberts (20 catches for 493 yds.) 24.6 Phil McConkey (22 catches for 532 yds.) 24.2 22.6 Pat McGrew (18 catches for 407 yds.)

Career (min. 25) Eric Roberts (52 catches for 1,213 yds.) 23.3 21.3 Reggie Campbell (39 catches for 830 yds.) 20.8 Greg Jones (39 catches for 811 yds.) 19.7 Tyree Barnes (42 catches for 827 yds.) Jim Stewart (47 catches for 907 yds.) 19.3

Touchdown Receptions 2000 1998 2002 2003 1978 1997 2002-04 2004-07 2008-10 2005-08 1960-62

Game 3 3 3 3 3

Season 6 6 6 6 5 5 Career 13 13 10 8 8 8

Pat McGrew vs. Colgate Jerry Dawson vs. Richmond Tony Hollinger vs. Indiana Ken Heine vs. Lehigh Harry Hurst vs. Pennsylvania

1997 1990 1985 1984 1957

Ryan Read Chris Weiler Phil McConkey Rob Taylor Greg Jones Eric Roberts

1998 1984 1978 1967 2010 2003

Phil McConkey Rob Taylor Eric Roberts Reggie Campbell Chris Weiler Ron Beagle

1975-78 1965-67 2002-04 2004-07 1981-84 1953-55

Total Offensive Plays Game 63

Season 462 450 420 416 402

Career 1,128

Jim Kubiak (354 yds.) vs. Wake Forest

1991

Jim Kubiak (2,175 yds.) Jim Kubiak (2,496 yds.) Ricky Dobbs (2,234 yds.) Ricky Dobbs (2,494 yds.) Craig Candeto (2,252 yds.)

1994 1993 2009 2010 2003

Alton Grizzard ~ 599 rushes, 529 passes for 5,666 yds.

1987-90

Total Offensive Yards Game 417

Season 2,573 2,496 2,494 2,252 2,234

Career 5,887 5,666 5,498

5,435

Brian Broadwater (49 plays) vs. Tulane

2000

Chris McCoy (381 plays) Jim Kubiak (450 plays) Ricky Dobbs (416 plays) Craig Candeto (402 plays) Ricky Dobbs (420 plays)

1997 1993 2010 2003 2009

Chris McCoy ~ 3,401 rushing, 2,486 passing on 1,022 plays Alton Grizzard ~ 2,174 rushing, 3,492 passing on 1,128 plays Jim Kubiak ~ (-510) rushing, 6,008 passing on 1,114 plays Ricky Dobbs ~ 2,665 rushing, 2,770 passing on 958 plays

1995-97

1987-90 1991-94

2008-10

Eric Roberts has two of the top-five yards-per-catch seasons in program history.

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INDIVIDUAL TOTAL OFFENSE / SCORING Total Offensive Yards Per Play

Game (min. 15 plays) Shun White (19 plays for 348 yds.) vs. Towson 18.3

Season (min. 125 plays) 8.3 Shun White (132 plays for 1,092 yds.) Chris McCoy (381 plays for 2,573 yds.) 6.8 Roger Staubach (183 plays for 1,231 yds.) 6.7 Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada (278 plays for 1,786 yards) 6.6 6.6 George Welsh (203 plays for 1,348 yds.) Career (min. 175 plays) Shun White (261 plays for 2,311 yds.) 8.9 6.0 Lamar Owens (378 plays for 2,274 yds.) 5.9 Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada (556 plays for 3,277 yds.) 5.9 Chris McCoy (1,007 plays for 5,958 yds.) Tom Forrestal (380 plays for 2,234 yds.) 5.9

Points Responsible For (points scored and points passed for) Season 198 186 174 174 162 Career 414 390 294 252 216

Ricky Dobbs Chris McCoy Aaron Polanco Bill Ingram Ricky Dobbs

Ricky Dobbs Chris McCoy Craig Candeto Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada Roger Staubach

Most Touchdowns 2008 2008 1997 1962 2007 1955 2005-08 2002-05 2005-08 1995-97 1955-57

2009 1997 2004 1917 2010

Game 6 6 6 5 5

Season 27 21 20 18 17 Career 49 44 34 33 33

2008-10 1995-97 2001-03 2005-08 1962-64

Most Points Game 38 36 30 30 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

Season 174 162 120 110 102 Career 294 268 263 200 198 198

Bill Ingram vs. Villanova Craig Candeto vs. Army Ricky Dobbs vs. Delaware Reggie Campbell vs. Colorado State Ricky Dobbs vs. Western Kentucky Ricky Dobbs vs. Rice Ricky Dobbs vs. SMU Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada vs. Eastern Michigan Chuck Smith vs. Lehigh Eddie Meyers vs. Syracuse Gerry Goodwin vs. Virginia Joe Bellino vs. Virginia

1917 2002 2009 2005 2009 2009 2008 2006 1986 1981 1975 1960

Bill Ingram Ricky Dobbs Chris McCoy Joe Bellino Chris McCoy

1917 2009 1997 1960 1996

Ricky Dobbs Chris McCoy Bill Ingram Napoleon McCallum Craig Candeto Joe Bellino

2008-10 1995-97 1916-18 1981-85 2001-03 1958-60

Roger Staubach averaged 6.7 yards per play of total offense in 1962.

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Craig Candeto vs. Army Lou Benoist vs. Colby Harold Martin vs. Western Reserve Ricky Dobbs vs. Delaware Reggie Campbell vs. Colorado State

2002 1919 1917 2009 2005

Ricky Dobbs Bill Ingram Chris McCoy Joe Bellino Chris McCoy

2009 1917 1997 1960 1996

Ricky Dobbs Chris McCoy Bill Ingram Craig Candeto Napoleon McCallum

2008-10 1995-97 1916-18 2001-03 1981-85


INDIVIDUAL KICKING Field Goals Made Game 4 4 4 4 4 4

Season 19 18 17 17 15 15 Career 42 33 30 30 28

Extra Point Percentage

Matt Harmon vs. Air Force Tim Shubzda vs. Army Steve Fehr vs. Boston College Steve Fehr vs. Georgia Tech Steve Fehr vs. Army Bob Tata vs. Boston College

2008 1999 1981 1980 1980 1978

Matt Harmon (22 attempts) Steve Fehr (25 attempts) Tim Shubzda (25 attempts) Steve Fehr (23 attempts) David Hills (16 attempts) Todd Solomon (18 attempts)

2008 1981 1999 1980 2001 1984

Steve Fehr (59 attempts) Matt Harmon (43 attempts) Todd Solomon (46 attempts) Bob Tata (46 attempts) Tom Vanderhorst (46 attempts)

1979-81 2005-08 1982-85 1976-78 1995-98

Field Goal Attempts Game 5

Season 25 25 23 22 18 Career 59 46 46 46 43

Steve Fehr (4 of 5) vs. Army

1980

Tim Shubzda (17 of 25) Steve Fehr (18 of 25) Steve Fehr (17 of 23) Matt Harmon (19 of 22) Todd Solomon (15 of 18)

1999 1981 1980 2008 1984

Steve Fehr (42 of 59) Todd Solomon (30 of 46) Bob Tata (30 of 46) Tom Vanderhorst (28 of 46) Matt Harmon (33 of 43)

1979-81 1982-85 1976-78 1995-98 2005-08

Season (min. 25 made) 1.000 Joe Buckley (44 of 44) 1.000 Todd Solomon (29 of 29) 1.000 Tom Vanderhorst (27 of 27) 1.000 Bob Tata (26 of 26) Career (min. 40 att.) Joe Buckley (75 of 76) .987 .982 Tim Shubzda (54 of 55) .975 Frank Schenk (39 of 40) Joey Bullen (105 of 108) .972 Bob Tata (71 of 73) .972

Points by Kicking (PATs and FGs) Season 95 88 79 76 76 Career 192 190 177 171 161

Matt Harmon (19 FGs, 38 PATs) Tim Shubzda (17 FGs, 37 PATs) Joey Bullen (9 FGs, 52 PATs) Joey Bullen (11 FGs, 43 PATs) Steve Fehr (18 FGs, 22 PATs) Steve Fehr (42 FGs, 66 PATs) Matt Harmon (33 FGs, 91 PATs) Tom Vanderhorst (28 FGs, 93 PATs) Joey Bullen (22 FGs, 105 PATs) Bob Tata (30 FGs, 71 PATs)

2009 1985 1998 1977 2009-10 1996-99 1987-90 2005-08 1976-78

2008 1999 2005 2007 1981 1979-81 2005-08 1995-98 2005-07 1976-78

Punts Game 14

Season 84 75 74 Career 230 221

Bob Cameron (501 yds.) vs. Notre Dame

1951

Tom Moore (3,191 yds.) Bob Cameron (2,721 yds.) John Stufflebeem (3,002 yds.)

1970 1951 1974

Brian Schrum (9,034 yds.) Tom Moore (8,627 yds.)

1992-95 1969-71

Extra Points Made Game 12 10 9 9 9

Season 52 44 38 38 37 37 37 Career 105 93 91 75 71

Clyde King (17 attempts) vs. Colby Jon Teague (10 attempts) vs. East Carolina Joe Buckley (9 attempts) vs. Rice Joey Bullen (10 attempts) vs. North Texas Eric Rolfs (9 attempts) vs. Centeral Michigan

1919 2010 2009 2007 2003

Joey Bullen (53 attempts) Joe Buckley (44 attempts) Matt Harmon (40 attempts) Eric Rolfs (39 attempts) Matt Harmon (38 attempts) Tim Shubzda (38 attempts) Fred Marlin (41 attempts)

2005 2009 2008 2003 2006 1999 1963

Joey Bullen (108 attempts) Tom Vanderhorst (99 attempts) Matt Harmon (94 attempts) Joe Buckley (76 attempts) Bob Tata (73 attempts)

Consecutive Extra Points 70 51 48 47 46

Matt Harmon Tim Shubzda Joe Buckley Joey Bullen Steve Fehr

2005-08 1995-98 2005-08 2009-10 1976-78

Punting Average

Game (min. 5) 50.3 Tray Calisch (6 punts for 302 yds.) vs. Army 50.2 Joe Ince (5 punts for 251 yds.) vs. Pittsburgh Season (min. 30) 44.8 John Skaggs (48 punts for 2,151 yds.) 43.8 Bill Busik (41 punts for 1,797 yds.) 43.1 Kyle Delahooke (54 punts for 2,327 yds.) 41.9 Tom Moore (67 punts for 2,812 yds.) 41.6 Kyle Delahooke (42 punts for 1,746 yds.)

Career (min. 50) 42.5 John Skaggs (130 punts for 5,538 yds.) 41.2 Kyle Delahooke (137 punts for 5,649 yds.) 40.7 Tray Calisch (108 punts for 4,397 yds.) 40.6 Bill Busik (74 punts for 3,007 yds.) 39.4 Dave Church (137 punts for 5,399 yds.)

2006-08 1996-99 2009-10 2005 1979-81

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1999 1963 2001 1941 2009 1971 2008 2000-03 2008-10 1997-99 1940-41 1965-66


INDIVIDUAL INTERCEPTIONS / PUNT RETURNS Interceptions Game 4 4

Season 8 8 Career 13 12 12 11 10 10

Mark Schickner vs. Army John Weaver vs. Columbia

1970 1952

Sean Andrews John Sturges

1995 1977

John Sturges Rick Bayer John Weaver Charlie Robinson Sean Andrews Gene Ford

1974-77 1965-67 1952-54 1971-73 1995-97 1973-75

Interception Yards Game 115

Season 165 145 109 Career 225 191

John Weaver (4 returns) vs. Columbia

1952

John Weaver (7 returns) Steve Brady (5 returns) Nick Markoff (3 returns)

1952 1983 1961

John Weaver (12 returns) Rick Bayer (12 returns)

1952-54 1965-67

Interception Yards Per Return

Season (min. 3 returns) 36.3 Nick Markoff (109 yds. on 3 returns) 32.0 Gerald Wilson (96 yds. on 3 returns) 30.3 Rashawn King (91 yds. on 3 returns) 30.3 John Hopkins (91 yds. on 3 returns) Career (min. 5 returns) 22.2 Clyde Scott (111 yds. on 5 returns) 20.9 Steve Brady (167 yds. on 8 returns)

1961 1997 2008 1953 Phil McConkey returned 80 punts from 1975-78.

1944-45 1982-85

Punt Return Yards Interception Returns for Touchdowns Season 2 2 Career 3 2 2

Rashad Smith Ted Kukowski

1996 1950

Rashad Smith Rick Bayer Ted Kukowski

1994-97 1965-67 1949-50

Punt Returns Game 7

Season 35 32 30 Career 80 73 70

Phil McConkey (58 yds.) vs. Connecticut

1976

Billy Hubbard (259 yds.) Napoleon McCallum (379 yds.) Billy Hubbard (156 yds.)

1999 1982 2000

Phil McConkey (736 yds.) Napoleon McCallum (858 yds.) Jason Tomlinson (513 yds.)

1975-78 1981-85 2003-06

Game 117

Season 379 280 Career 858 736

Terry Murray (6 returns) vs. Syracuse

1967

Napoleon McCallum (32 returns) Bill Busik (26 returns)

1982 1940

Napoleon McCallum (32 returns) Phil McConkey (80 returns)

1981-85 1975-78

Punt Return Yards Per Attempt

Game (min. 3 returns) 27.0 Bob Craig (3 returns for 81 yds.) vs. Dartmouth 27.0 Frank Brady (4 returns for 108 yds.) vs. Maryland Season (min. 10 returns) 16.8 Bob Craig (10 returns for 168 yds.) 15.2 Terry Murray (11 returns for 167 yds.)

Career (min. 20 returns) 13.23 Hal Hamberg (31 returns for 410 yds.) 13.17 Pete Williams (35 returns for 461 yds.)

1954 1951 1953 1967 1942-44 1945-48

Punt Returns for Touchdown Season No player with more than one Last: David Wright

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INDIVIDUAL KICKOFF RETURNS Kickoff Returns Game 7 7 7 7

Season 40 38 34 34 33 33 Career 80 73 60 56 48

John Vereen (118 yds.) vs. West Virginia Michael Jefferson (147 yds.) vs. Virginia Bob Elflein (155 yds.) vs. Penn State Dan Pike (118 yds.) vs. Pittsburgh

1998 1994 1970 1969

Reggie Campbell (1,098 yds.) Michael Jefferson (820 yds.) Tony Lane (898 yds.) Billy James (715 yds.) Gee Gee Greene (607 yds.) Michael Jefferson (723 yds.)

2007 1994 2001 1993 2009 1992

Reggie Campbell (1,905 yds.) Michael Jefferson (1,569 yds.) Napoleon McCallum (1,339 yds.) Tony Lane (1,382 yds.) Jerry Dawson (853 yds.)

2004-07 1991-94 1981-85 2000-03 1987-90

Kickoff Return Yards Game 205

Season 1,098 898 820 760 723 Career 1,905 1,569 1,382 1,339 1,129

Tony Lane (5 returns) vs. Temple

2001

Reggie Campbell (40 returns) Tony Lane (34 returns) Michael Jefferson (38 returns) Bob Elflein (32 returns) Michael Jefferson (33 returns)

2007 2001 1994 1970 1992

Reggie Campbell (80 returns) Michael Jefferson (73 returns) Tony Lane (56 returns) Napoleon McCallum (60 returns) John Vereen (56 returns)

2004-07 1991-94 2000-02 1981-85 1996-99

Kickoff Return Yards Per Attempt Game (min. 2) 41.0 Tony Lane vs. Temple Season (min. 5) 32.8 Bob Jenkins *29.4 Pat McGrew 27.6 Alexander Teich 27.5 Reggie Campbell 27.2 Jack Forde *Third in the country

2001 1944 1997 2009 2007 1972

Career (min. 10) 29.0 Eric Wallace 27.5 Pat McGrew 25.6 Karlos Whittaker 25.1 Joe Bellino 24.7 Tony Lane

1982-84 1994-97 2005 1958-60 2000-02

Kickoff Returns For Touchdown Season 2 Career 2 2

Reggie Campbell

2007

Reggie Campbell Eric Wallace

2004-07 1982-84

Tony Lane returned 34 kickoffs for 898 yards in 2001.

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INDIVIDUAL ALL-PURPOSE / DEFENSE

All-Purpose Yards (yardage from rushing, receiving and all returns) Game 348

332

331

323

290

Season 2,385

2,330 2,019

1,673

Career 7,172

4,737

3,455

3,224

3,151

Tackles

Shun White vs. Towson ~ 348 rush Napoleon McCallum vs. Princeton ~ 229 rush, 37 rec., 45 PR, 21 KR Eddie Meyers vs. Syracuse ~ 298 rush, 33 rec. Napoleon McCallum vs. South Carolina ~ 138 rush, 97 rec., 3 PR, 85 KR Reggie Campbell vs. Colorado State ~ 116 rush, 89 rec., 80 KR

2008

Napoleon McCallum ~ 1,587 rush, 166 rec., 272 PR, 360 KR Napoleon McCallum ~ 1,327 rush, 358 rec., 157 PR, 488 KR Reggie Campbell ~ 542 rush, 242 rec., 1,098 KR, 157 PR Joe Gattuso Jr. ~ 1,292 rush, 169 rec., 212 KR

1983

Napoleon McCallum ~ 4,179 rush, 796 rec., 858 PR, 1,339 KR Reggie Campbell ~ 1,790 rush, 830 rec., 1905 KR, 212 PR Chris McCoy ~ 3,401 rush, 54 rec. Joe Bellino ~ 1,664 rush., 620 rec., 256 PR, 577 KR, 107 int. Eddie Meyers ~ 2,935 rush., 136 rec., 80 KR

1983

1981

1985

2005

1985

2007

1977 1981-85

2004-07

1995-97

1958-60 1978-81

45

44

44

42

Season 393 369

315

301

Career 1,137 700

687 617

603

Napoleon McCallum ~ 39 carries, 4 rec., 1 PR, 3 KR vs. Syracuse Eddie Meyers ~ 42 carries, 3 rec. vs. Syracuse Chris McCoy ~ 44 carries vs. Tulane Eddie Meyers ~ 43 carries, 1 rec. vs. Boston College Ricky Dobbs ~ 42 carries vs. SMU

1983

Napoleon McCallum ~ 331 carries, 24 rec., 21 PR, 17 KR Napoleon McCallum ~ 287 carries, 44 rec., 18 PR, 20 KR Ricky Dobbs ~ 315 carries Joe Gattuso Jr. ~ 266 carries, 22 rec., 13 KR

1983

Napoleon McCallum ~ 908 carries, 96 rec., 73 PR, 60 KR Chris McCoy ~ 699 carries, 1 rec. Ricky Dobbs ~ 687 carries Eddie Meyers ~ 589 carries, 23 rec., 5 KR Cleveland Cooper ~ 579 carries, 16 rec., 8 KR

Career 500 384 354 337 328 328

Andy Ponseigo Vince McBeth Andy Ponseigo Mike Kronzer Javier Zuluaga

1982 1986 1981 1980 1992

Andy Ponseigo Gervy Alota Josh Smith Javier Zuluaga Clint Bruce Marc Firlie

1980-83 1994-97 2002-04 1991-93 1994-96 1984-86

Tyler Tidwell Eric Rutherford David Mahoney Shaka Martin Andy Person

2005 1984 2005 1999 1995

Andy Person David Mahoney Tyler Tidwell John Chan Jabaree Tuani

1992-95 2003-06 2004-06 2004-06 2008-current

Sacks Season 10 9 8 8 8 Career 22 21 16 14 10.5

Tackles For A Loss

All-Purpose Plays Game 47

Season 169 154 152 148 146

1981

1996

1981

2008

1985

Season 25 20 19 18 16 16 16 16 Career 44 42 38 37 34 30

2009

1977

1981-85

1995-97

2008-10

1978-81

1972-74

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Chet Moeller Eric Rutherford Tyler Tidwell Charlie Thornton David Mahoney Paul Soares Tim Jordan Tim Jordan

1974 1984 2005 1979 2005 1982 1981 1980

Andy Person David Mahoney Eric Rutherford Charlie Thornton Paul Soares Jabaree Tuani

1992-95 2003-06 1982-84 1977-79 1980-82 2008-current


TEAM RECORDS Single-Game Offense Rushing

Attempts Yards Yards Per Rush. Touchdowns Modern Record

Passing

Attempts Completions Comp. Pct. (min. 15 att.) Yards Had Intercepted Touchdowns

Total Offense

Attempts Total Yards Average Per Attempt

Scoring

Points ~ Modern Record Touchdowns ~ Modern Record

Extra Points ~ Modern Record: 2-point Conversions 2-point Attempts Field Goals

Field Goal Attempts

Punt Returns Punt Returns

80 vs. Rice (471 yds.) 572 vs. Kent State 10.2 vs. Central Michigan (52 att. for 530 yds.) 19 vs. Ursinus 10 vs. Princeton

2009 2007

2003 1918 1953

55 vs. Virginia (completed 25) 37 vs. Syracuse (attempted 54) .882 vs. Duke (15-of-17) 406 vs. Wake Forest (36-of-54) 6 vs. Notre Dame 6 vs. Pennsylvania 5 vs. Columbia

1994 1985 1982 1991 1982 1940 1955

99 vs. Tulane (724 yds.) 724 vs. Tulane (99 att.) 11.1 vs. Central Michigan (58 plays, 644 yds.)

2000 2000

127 vs. Ursinus 76 vs. East Carolina 19 vs. Ursinus 10 vs. Princeton 10 vs. North Texas 10 vs. East Carolina 13 vs. Ursinus 10 vs. East Carolina 4 vs. Pennsylvania 7 vs. Pennsylvania 4 vs. Air Force (of 4) 4 vs. Army (of 4) 4 vs. Boston College (of 4) 4 vs. Army (of 5) 4 vs. Georgia Tech (of 4) 4 vs. Boston College (of 4) 6 vs. Delaware (made 3)

1918 2010 1918 1953 2007 2010 1918 2010 1958 1958 2008 1999 1981 1980 1980 1978 1996

2003

9 vs. Connecticut (68 yards) 9 vs. Syracuse (122 yards) 9 vs. Columbia (203 yards) 203 vs. Columbia (9 returns) 30.0 vs. SMU (4-for-120)

1976 1967 1943 1943 1960

9 vs. Tulane (155 yards) 9 vs. Pittsburgh (153 yards) 9 vs. Penn State (198 yards) 9 vs. Penn State (183 yards) 9 vs. Notre Dame (144 yards) 9 vs. Washington (161 yards) 248 vs. North Texas (8 returns) 40.0 vs. Army (3 for 120)

2000 1988 1971 1970 1970 1970 2007 1983

Punting

16 vs. Army 50.2 vs. Pittsburgh (5 for 251) 50.2 vs. Notre Dame (5 for 251)

1937 1963 1957

First Downs

36 vs. Tulane 28 vs. Delaware 28 vs. Rice 18 vs. Pittsburgh 18 vs. Syracuse 18 vs. Wake Forest 5 vs. Syracuse

2000 1996 2009 1984 1985 1991 1972

Yardage Yards Per Return (min. 3)

Kickoff Returns Returns

Return Yardage Yards Per Attempt (min. 3) Punts Average (min. 5)

First Downs By Rushing

By Passing By Penalty

Longest Drive

*26 vs. New Mexico *99 *14:26 vs. New Mexico

Penalties

14 vs. Stanford 14 vs. Kent State 171 vs. Stanford

1954 1997 1954

9 vs. Lehigh 9 vs. Villanova 7 vs. Pennsylvania

1987 1946 1945

Plays Yards Time *NCAA Record Penalties Yards

Fumbles Fumbles Lost

The 2000 team set school records for total plays in a game (99) and total yards in a game (724) against Tulane.

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2004 several times 2004


TEAM RECORDS Season Offense Rushing

820 (3,927 yards) 61.8 (804 in 13 games) 4,534 yards (804 attempts) 5.7 (672 for 3,832) 348.8 (4,534 yards in 13 games) 53

Attempts Attempts Per Game Yards Yards Per Attempt Yards Per Game Touchdowns

Passing

Attempts Attempts Per Game Completions Completions Per Game Completion Percentage Passes Had Intercepted Fewest Passes Had Int. Lowest Int. Percentage Yards Yards Per Game Average Yds. Per Attempt Touchdowns Passing

2009 2007 2007 2005 2007 2007

429 (completed 265) 1993 39.0 (429 attempts in 11 games) 1993 265 (265-of-429) 1993 24.1 (265 completions in 11 games) 1993 .651 (121-of-186) 1963 26 1948 4 1989, 2006, 2009 .021 (5-of-241) 2000 2,753 (248-of-429) 1993 250.3 (2,753 in 11 games) 1993 9.9 (157for 1,560) (minimum 125 attempts) 2010 16 1984

Total Offense

940 (5,773 yards) 78.0 (702 attempts in 9 games) 5,773 yards (940 attempts) 444.1 (5,773 yards in 13 games) 6.4 (819 attempts for 5,230 yards)

Scoring

511 2007 55.3 (442 points in 8 games) 1917 65 2007 5.0 (65 touchdowns in 13 games) 1954 58 2007 100.0 (49-of-49) 2009 100.0 (29-of-29) 1985 100.0 (27-of-27) 1998 100.0 (26-of-26) 1975 100.0 (26-of-26) 1977 100.0 (26-of-26) 1990 28 1958 13 1958 19 (of 22) 2008 27 (17 made) 2007 2 2002, 1967, 1964, 1945, 1944

Total Attempts Total Attempts Per Game Total Offense Yards Total Yards Per Game Total Yards Per Attempts

Points Points Per Game Touchdowns Touchdowns Per Game Extra Points: Extra Point Percentage:

Two-Pt. Conversion Att. Two-Pt. Conversions Field Goals Field Goals Attempted Safeties

2007 1949 2007 2005 2005

Punt Returns

55 (576 yards) 1940 671 (43 returns) 1943 74.6 (671 yards in 9 games) 1943 15.8 (23 attempts for 364 yards) 1959 2 1999, 1959, 1957, 1951

Kickoff Returns

71 (1,795 yards) 1,795 (71 returns) 138.1 (1,795 yards in 13 games) 28.7 (14 attempts for 402 yards) 2

Returns Yardage Yards Per Game Yards Per Attempt Returns for Touchdowns

Returns Yardage Yards Per Game Yards Per Attempt Returns For Touchdowns

Punting

96 24 43.4 (53 punts for 2,301 yards) 4

First Downs

308 23.7 (308 first downs in 13 games) 243 124 21

2007 2007 2007 1993 1984

Penalties

81 (595 yards) 32 (377 yards) 676 (54 penalties) 240 (33 penalties) 26.7 (33 for 240 yards in 9 games) 26.7 (41 for 348 in 13 games)

2000 1964 1963 1942 1942 2008

Fumbles

44 (15 lost) 14 (9 lost) 25 (of 38) 5

1946 1961 2002 1938

Punts Fewest Punts Punting Average Most Punts Had Blocked

First Downs Per Game By Rushing By Passing By Penalty

Penalties Fewest Penalties Penalty Yards Fewest Penalty Yards Fewest Penalty Yards per Game

Fumbles Fewest Fumbles Fumbles Lost Fewest Fumbles Lost

2007 2007 2007 1943 2007

The 2007 team, led by quarterbacks Brian Hampton and Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada (pictured), averaged a school-record 62 rushing attempts per game.

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1969 2007 2001 1950, 1939


TEAM RECORDS Single-Game Defense Rushing Defense

Fewest Rushing Attempts Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed Fewest Rushing Yards Per Attempt

11 by SMU, 2008 -80 by Columbia, 1943 -3.1 (26-for(-80),Columbia,1943

Pass Defense

Fewest Pass Attempts Allowed Fewest Pass Completions Fewest Passing Yards Lowest Percentage Comp. (min. 10 att.)

0 vs.North Carolina, 1957 0 last vs. North Carolina, 1957 0 last vs. North Carolina, 1957 .000 (0-for-11), W&M, 1957 .000 (0-for-11), W&M, 1938 7 vs. Temple, 2006

Most Sacks

Pass Interceptions

7 vs. Duke (107 yards), 1954 123 vs. Lehigh (5 returns), 1986

Interceptions Interception Yards

Total Defense

Fewest Total Offense Attempts

Fewest Total Offense Yards Fewest Total Offense Yards Per Attempt

Scoring

33 by Penn State, 1944 33 by Cornell, 1944 16 by Pennsylvania, 1954 0.04 (39 for 16) by Pennsylvania, 1954

First Downs Fewest Total

0 by William & Mary, 1940

Fewest Touchdowns Allowed ~ Modern Record Fewest Extra Points Allowed ~ Modern Record Fewest Points Allowed ~ Modern Record

Punt Returns

Fewest Allowed Fewest Yards Allowed Fewest Yards Allowed Per Attempt

Punting

Most Opponent Punts Lowest Opponent Punting Average Most Opponent Punts Blocked

0 (9 games), 1910 5 (9 games), 1941 0 (9 games), 1910 2 (9 games), 1941 0 (9 games), 1910 34 (9 games), 1941

12, 1997 34, 1981 1.9 (18 for 34), 1981

105, 1940 32.7 (55 for 1,798), 1956 6, 1945

First Downs

Fewest Allowed Fewest Allowed by Rushing Fewest Allowed by Passing

Penalties

Most Against Opponents Most Yards Opponents Penalized Most Yards Opponents Penalized Per Game

36, 1940 18, 1940 15, 1945

87, 1992 779, 1982 70.8 (779 in 11),1982

Fumbles

Punting

Most Times Opponent Forced to Punt Lowest Punting Average (min. 5)

16 vs. Army, 1937 24.5 (6 for 147) by Penn State, 1968

Most by Opponents Most Lost by Opponents

Season Defense Rushing Defense

Fewest Rushing Attempts Allowed Fewest Rushing Attempts Per Game Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed Fewest Rushing Yards Per Game Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed Per Attempt Fewest Rushing Touchdowns Allowed Modern Record

249 (443 yards), 1940 27.7 (249 in 9 games), 1940 443 (249 attempts), 1940 49.2 (443 in 9 games), 1940 1.7 (484 yards in 282 attempts), 1944 0, 1910 2, 1940

Pass Defense

Fewest Pass Attempts Allowed Fewest Pass Attempts Allowed Per Game Fewest Pass Completions Allowed Fewest Pass Completions Allowed Per Game Lowest Completion Percentage Fewest Passing Yards Allowed Fewest Passing Yards Allowed Per Game Fewest Touchdowns Allowed by Passing Most Interceptions Highest Percentage Had Intercepted

Total Defense

Fewest Total Offense Attempts Allowed Fewest Total Offense Att. Allowed Per Game Fewest Total Offense Yards Allowed Fewest Total Offense Yards Allowed Per Game Fewest Total Offense Yards Allowed Per Attempt

94, 1940 10.4 (94 in 9 games), 1940 35, 1940 3.89 (35 in 9 games), 1940 3.90 (39 in 10 games), 1957 .292 (42 of 144), 1945 387, 1955 43.0 (387 in 9 games), 1955 1; 1957, 1955, 1941 26, 1945 .181 (26 of 144), 1945

343 (864 yards), 1940 38.1 (343 in 9 games),1940 864 (343 attempts), 1940 96.0 (864 in 9 games), 1940 2.5 (343 in 864), 1940

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SMU attempted just 11 runs for -13 yards against Ross Pospisil and his defensive teammates in 2008.

42, 1956 25, 1962


ALL-TIME LEADERS Rushing

Career (based on net yards) Napoleon McCallum, 1981-85 1. Chris McCoy, 1995-97 2. Eddie Meyers, 1978-81 3. 4. Kyle Eckel, 2002-04 Ricky Dobbs, 2008-10 5. Cleveland Cooper, 1972-74 6. Shun White, 2005-08 7. 8. Alton Grizzard, 1987-90 9. Adam Ballard, 2005-07 Eric Kettani, 2005-08 10. Season 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Napoleon McCallum, 1983 Chris McCoy, 1997 Napoleon McCallum, 1985 Eddie Meyers, 1981 Joe Gattuso Jr., 1977 Kyle Eckel, 2003 Chris McCoy, 1996 Ricky Dobbs, 2009 Kyle Eckel, 2004 Craig Candeto, 2003

Carries *908 699 589 615 687 579 261 599 404 395 Carries *331 246 287 277 266 236 268 315 235 271

Game (opponent, year) 1. Shun White (Towson, 2008) 2. Eddie Meyers (Syracuse, 1981) 3. Eddie Meyers (Army, 1979) Sneed Schmidt (Columbia, 1935) 4. 5. Chris McCoy (SMU, 1995) 6. Chris McCoy (Kent State, 1997) 7. Joe Gattuso Jr. (William & Mary, 1977) 8. Dan Howard (Boston College, 1972) 9. Chuck Smith (Virginia, 1986) 10. Napoleon McCallum (Princeton, 1983)

Yds. *4,179 3,401 2,935 2,906 2,665 2,582 2,311 2,174 2,125 2,091

Yds. *1,587 1,370 1,327 1,318 1,292 1,249 1,228 1,203 1,147 1,112

Avg. 4.6 4.9 5.0 4.7 3.9 4.5 *8.9 3.6 5.3 5.3

Avg. 4.8 5.6 4.6 4.8 4.9 5.3 4.6 3.8 4.9 4.1

Carries 19 *42 *42 11 26 27 29 34 39 37

TD 31 43 16 25 *49 17 20 15 14 15

TD 10 20 14 8 6 10 17 *27 11 16

Yds. *308 298 278 277 273 268 250 239 230 229

Passing

Career (based on yards) Jim Kubiak, 1991-94 1. Bill Byrne, 1984-86 2. Mike McNallen, 1968-70 3. 4. Bob Leszczynski, 1976-78 John Cartwright, 1965-67 5. Roger Staubach, 1962-64 6. Alton Grizzard, 1987-90 7. 8. Ricky Dobbs, 2008-10 9. Allen Glenny, 1971-73 Bob Zastrow, 1949-51 10.

A C *969 *558 711 381 818 349 542 271 601 307 463 292 529 247 271 147 428 213 450 183

Season (baded on yards) A C 1. Jim Kubiak, 1993 *401 *248 2. Jim Kubiak, 1994 399 211 Bill Byrne, 1985 269 151 3. 4. John Cartwright, 1967 241 129 5. Ricky Dobbs, 2010 150 82 Bill Byrne, 1986 229 121 6. 7. Alton Grizzard, 1990 240 121 8. Ricky Williamson, 1983 249 123 9. Mike McNallen, 1968 280 124 Mike McNallen, 1969 304 120 10. Game (based on completions) 1. Bill Byrne (Syracuse, 1985) 2. Jim Kubiak (Wake Forest, 1991) 3. Jim Kubiak (Louisville, 1993) Jim Kubiak (Bowling Green, 1993) 4. Jim Kubiak (Air Force, 1994) 6. Jim Kubiak (SMU, 1993) Bob Misch (South Carolina, 1985) 8. Jim Kubiak (Tulane, 1993) Jim Kubiak (Virginia, 1994) Roger Staubach (Maryland, 1964)

Int. *30 17 11 9 6 12 14 11 19 14

Int. *47 32 42 32 36 19 23 10 29 *47

Pct. Yds *.618 *2,628 .529 2,388 .561 1,694 .535 1,537 .547 1,527 .528 1,463 .504 1,438 .494 1,394 .443 1,342 .394 1,312

A 52 54 51 34 42 48 44 38 *55 39

Game (based on yardage) 1. Jim Kubiak (Wake Forest, 1991) 2. Bill Byrne (Syracuse, 1985) 3. Jim Kubiak (Army, 1994) 4. Bill Byrne (Pittsburgh, 1984) 5. Jim Kubiak (Bowling Green, 1993) 6. Bob Misch (South Carolina, 1985) 7. Jim Kubiak (Air Force, 1993) 8. Brian Broadwater (Tulane, 2000) 9. Jim Kubiak (Louisville, 1993) 10. Jim Kubiak (Virginia, 1994)

A 54 52 34 48 34 44 31 34 51 *55

Pass Receiving

No. *129 108 107 102 96 93 88 83 79 74

Career (based on receptions) 1. Rob Taylor, 1965-67 2. Bert Calland, 1971-73 3. Kevin Hickman, 1991-94 4. Damon Dixon, 1991-94 5. Napoleon McCallum, 1981-85 6. Jason Van Matre, 1990-93 7. Mark Stevens, 1982-84 8. Larry Van Loan, 1971-73 9. Chris Weiler, 1981-84 10. Michael Jefferson, 1991-94 Season 1. 3. 4. 5.

Rob Taylor, 1967 Bert Calland, 1972 Jason Van Matre, 1993 Rob Taylor, 1966 Damon Dixon, 1993 Damon Dixon, 1994

Pct. .576 .536 .427 .500 .511 *.631 .467 .542 .498 .407

No. *61 *61 59 55 51 51

C *37 36 31 28 28 26 26 25 25 25

C 36 *37 24 22 28 26 22 20 31 25

Int. 2 3 2 1 0 1 1 3 2 2

TD 23 *29 13 26 25 18 20 20 16 12

Yds. 399 *406 300 317 251 224 307 274 298 231

TD 2 2 0 2 1 1 1 2 0 3

TD 11 10 8 9 *13 10 12 8 6 4

Int. 3 2 3 4 1 1 0 2 2 2

Yds. *1,736 1,237 1,178 1,176 796 630 1,156 1,259 1,029 766 Yds. *818 650 393 727 620 556

Napoleon McCallum rushed for 229 yards against Princeton in 1983.

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Yds. *6,008 4,582 3,996 3,945 3,626 3,571 3,492 2,770 2,644 2,639

Rtg. 117.46 102.90 110.66 111.95 *160.78 110.43 105.60 98.18 78.05 70.86

Yds. *406 399 361 340 317 307 304 302 300 298

TD 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 0 0

TD *13 6 6 5 2 1 4 7 8 1

TD *6 2 1 4 3 2


ALL-TIME LEADERS Interceptions

Career (No.) John Sturges, 1974-77 1. John Weaver, 1952-54 2. Rick Bayer, 1965-67 4. Charlie Robinson, 1971-73 Sean Andrews, 1995-97 5. Gene Ford, 1973-75

No. *13 12 12 11 10 10

Season (No.) 1. Sean Andrews, 1995 John Sturges, 1977 John Weaver, 1952 3. Mike Galpin, 1976 5. Gene Ford, 1975 13 with five interceptions in one season

Punt Returns

Career (based on average) 1. Hal Hamberg, 1942-44 2. Pete Williams, 1945-48 3. Napoleon McCallum, 1981-85 4. Jerry Dawson, 1987-90 5. Bill Busik, 1940-41 6. Phil McConkey, 1975-78

No. *8 *8 7 7 6

No. 31 35 73 18 42 *80

Yds. 410 461 *858 197 411 736

Season (based on average) 1. Bob Craig, 1953 Terry Murray, 1967 2. 3. Phil McConkey, 1977 4. Duncan Ingraham, 1965 5. Napoleon McCallum, 1983

No. 10 11 19 10 21

Yds. 168 167 257 131 272

Kickoff Returns

No. 22 19 34 21 23

Yds. 638 523 898 537 577

Career (based on average) 1. Eric Wallace, 1982-84 2. Pat McGrew, 1994-97 3. Tony Lane, 2001-2003 4. Karlos Whittaker, 2005 5. Joe Bellino, 1958-60

Season (based on average) 1. Bob Jenkins, 1944 2. Eric Wallace, 1984 3. Pat McGrew, 1997 4. Eric Wallace, 1983 5. Reggie Campbell, 2007

Punting

Career (based on avg. per punt/ 50 min.) 1. John Skaggs, 2000-03 2. Kyle Delahooke, 2008-10 3. Tray Calisch, 1997-99 4. Bill Busik, 1940-41 5. Dave Church, 1965-66 Season (based on avg.) 1. John Skaggs, 2001 2. Bill Busik, 1941 3. Kyle Delahooke, 2009 4. Tom Moore, 1971 5. Kyle Delahooke, 2008

Total Offense

Career (based on avg.) 1. Lamar Owens, 2002-05 2. Chris McCoy, 1995-97 3. Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada, 2005-08 4. Tom Forrestal, 1955-57 5. George Welsh, 1953-55

Yds. 114 *225 191 35 59 129

Yds. 30 88 *165 87 85

Avg. *13.23 13.17 11.80 10.90 9.80 9.20 Avg. *16.8 15.2 13.5 13.1 13.0

Avg. *29.0 27.5 26.4 25.6 25.1

No. 5 9 15 13 40

Yds. 164 268 541 370 1,098

Avg. *32.8 29.7 29.4 28.5 27.5

No. 130 *137 108 74 *137

Yds. 4,538 *5,649 4,397 3,007 5,399

Yds. 2,151 1,797 2,327 2,812 1,746

Avg. *42.5 41.2 40.7 40.6 39.4

Avg. *44.8 43.8 43.1 41.9 41.6

Plays 378 *1,007 556 380 488

Yds. 2,274 *5,958 3,277 2,234 2,597

Avg. *6.01 5.92 5.89 5.88 5.80

No. 48 41 54 67 42

Season (based on avg.) 1. Chris McCoy, 1997 Roger Staubach, 1962 2. George Welsh, 1955 3. Lamar Owens, 2005 4. 5. Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada, 2007

Field Goals Career 1. 2. 3. 5.

Season 1. 2. 3. 5.

Steve Fehr, 1979-81 Matt Harmon, 2005-08 Todd Solomon, 1982-85 Bob Tata, 1976-78 Tom Vanderhorst, 1995-98 Matt Harmon, 2009 Steve Fehr, 1981 Tim Shubzda, 1999 Steve Fehr, 1980 Todd Solomon, 1984 David Hills, 2001

Scoring Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Season 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Ricky Dobbs, 2008-10 Chris McCoy, 1995-97 Bill Ingram, 1916-18 Napoleon McCallum, 1981-85 Craig Candeto, 2001-03 Bill Ingram, 1917 Ricky Dobbs, 2009 Chris McCoy, 1997 Joe Bellino, 1960 Chris McCoy, 1996

* Navy record # Consecutive streak extended over two seasons % Indicates points came on two-point conversion

Plays 381 183 203 335 278

Yds. *2,573 1,231 1,348 2,179 1,786

FG *42-*59 33-43 30-46 30-46 28-46

Long 50 49 *52 48 42 Long 49 46 49 50 *52 47

-40 14-15 14-15 13-15 15-17 10-11 10-11

40+ 5-7 4-10 4-10 2-6 5-7 5-5

TD *49 44 34 33 33

Xpt. 1 %0 59 %2 0

FG 0 0 0 0 0

Points *296 264 263 200 198

FG *19-*22 *18-*25 17-*25 17-23 15-18 15-16

TD *21 27 20 18 17

Xpt. *48 0 0 %2 0

Craig Candeto scored 33 touchdowns in his career.

# 16 0 #

-40 36-43 26-32 21-28 23-32 26-35

Avg. *6.8 6.7 6.6 6.5 6.4

FG 0 0 0 0 0

40+ 6-16 7-11 9-18 7-14 2-11

Points *174 162 120 110 102


LONGEST PLAYS Rushing 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player (Opponent, Year) John Sai (Duke, 1963) Pat McGrew (Kent State, 1997) Joe Bellino (Virginia, 1960) Shun White (Towson, 2008) Adam Ballard (Connecticut, 2006)

Passing 1. 2. 3. 5.

Player (Opponent, Year) Chris McCoy-Matt Scornavacchi (Tulane, 1995) Craig Candeto-Eric Roberts (Central Michigan, 2003) Ricky Dobbs-Marcus Curry (Ohio State, 2009) Ricky Dobbs-Greg Jones (Arkansas State, 2010) Rob Klemick-Jim Stewart (Miami, Fla., 1961)

Yards 93 91 90 87 81

Yards 87 86 85 85 83

Interceptions 1. 2. 3. 4.

Player (Opponent, Year) John Raster (Army, 1951) Gerald Wilson (VMI, 1997) Rashawn King (Pitt, 2008) Nick Markoff (William & Mary, 1961) Frank Dattilo (Air Force, 1960) Sammy Boothe (William & Mary, 1941)

Kickoff Returns 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player (Opponent, Year) Reggie Campbell (Army, 2007) Eric Wallace (Air Force, 1984) Eric Wallace (Army, 1983) Bobby Jenkins (Georgia Tech, 1944) Reggie Campbell (Massachusetts, 2006)

Punt Returns 1. 2. 3. 4.

Player (Opponent, Year) Frank Brady (Maryland, 1951) Dick Pariseau (Boston College, 1959) Mike Lettieri (Georgia Tech, 1968) John Weaver (William & Mary, 1953)

Field Goals 1. 2. 3.

5.

Player (Opponent, Year) Todd Solomon (Princeton, 1984) Joey Bullen (Army, 2007) Joe Buckley (Wake Forest, 2009) Steve Fehr (Army, 1980) Matt Harmon (Ball State, 2008) Tim Shubzda (Rice, 1999) Steve Fehr (Villanova, 1980)

Punts 1. 2. 3.

Player (Opponent, Year) Emmett Wood (William & Mary, 1939) Bill Busik (Army, 1941) Tom Moore (Boston College, 1970) Dave Church (Penn State, 1966) Dick Guest (Stanford, 1954)

Fumbles 1.

Player (Opponent, Year) Wyatt MIddleton (Army, 2010)

Wyatt Middleton returned a fumble 98 yards for a touchdown in the 2010 Army-Navy Game.

# 161 #

Yards 100 95 91 80 80 80

Yards 98 97 95 85 72

Yards 100 80 79 76

Yards 52 51 50 50 49 49 49

Yards 79 77 74 74 74

Yards 98


YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS Rushing Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938

Name Ricky Dobbs Ricky Dobbs Shun White Eric Kettani Adam Ballard Lamar Owens Kyle Eckel Kyle Eckel Craig Candeto Brian Madden Brian Broadwater Brian Madden Brian Broadwater Chris McCoy Chris McCoy Chris McCoy Monty Williams Jason Van Matre Jason Van Matre Jason Van Matre Jason Pace Alton Grizzard Alton Grizzard Alton Grizzard Chuck Smith Napoleon McCallum Rich Clouse Napoleon McCallum Napoleon McCallum Eddie Meyers Eddie Meyers Eddie Meyers Steve Callahan Joe Gattuso Jr. Joe Gattuso Jr. Bob Jackson Cleveland Cooper Cleveland Cooper Cleveland Cooper Dan Howard Andy Pease Dan Pike Dan Pike Jeri Balsly Terry Murray Terry Murray Kip Paskewich Pat Donnelly Pat Donnelly John Sai Joe Bellino Joe Bellino Joe Matalavage Harry Hurst Ned Oldham Ned Oldham Joe Gattuso Sr. Joe Gattuso Sr. Fred Franco Fred Franco Frank Hauff Dave Bannerman Pete Williams Bill Hawkins Pete Williams Clyde Scott Bobby Jenkins Hillis Hume Gordon Studer Bill Busik Bill Busik Louis Mayo Emmett Wood

Rushes 266 315 132 152 154 213 235 236 177 217 151 180 162 246 268 168 74 88 188 141 136 190 190 152 190 287 134 331 165 277 204 106 175 266 142 184 166 221 192 118 92 117 123 159 171 117 65 99 102 95 168 99 40 112 90 86 88 98 163 103 113 110 57 111 85 62 111 87 57 124 114 51 126

Yds. 967 1,203 1,092 880 792 880 1,147 1,249 775 905 597 897 679 1,370 1,228 803 215 428 632 544 565 626 633 519 933 1,327 557 1,587 739 1,318 957 651 766 1,292 591 849 638 898 1,046 411 399 329 500 559 663 391 363 603 338 472 834 564 271 634 393 404 636 412 691 369 443 416 269 507 353 334 527 463 225 609 466 221 550

1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938

Al Glenny led the MIds in passing in 1973.

Passing

Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972

Name Ricky Dobbs Ricky Dobbs Kaheaku-Enhada Kaheaku-Enhada Kaheaku-Enhada Lamar Owens Aaron Polanco Craig Candeto Craig Candeto Brian Madden Brian Broadwater Brian Broadwater Brian Broadwater Chris McCoy Chris McCoy Ben Fay Jim Kubiak Jim Kubiak Jason Van Matre Jim Kubiak Alton Grizzard Alton Grizzard Gary McIntosh Alton Grizzard Bill Byrne Bill Byrne Bill Byrne Rick Williamson Marco Pagnanelli Marco Pagnanelli Fred Reitzel Bob Powers Bob Leszczynski Bob Leszczynski Bob Leszczynski Phil Poirier Phil Poirier Al Glenny Fred Stuvek

Att. 150 105 35 98 48 122 114 131 103 145 137 107 98 135 109 144 399 401 151 154 240 147 81 73 229 269 213 249 169 140 163 154 161 223 158 104 143 207 109

Comp. Yds. 82 1,527 56 1,031 18 305 55 952 23 384 63 1,299 61 1,131 64 1,140 51 843 62 902 73 858 50 806 47 838 69 1,203 49 759 73 869 211 2,388 248 2,628 72 955 93 957 121 1,438 67 1,109 35 504 30 490 121 1,463 151 1,694 109 1,425 123 1,394 98 1,133 80 1,010 76 908 65 983 77 1,282 110 1,509 84 1,154 49 729 58 656 101 1,295 54 583

# 16 2 #

TD 13 6 3 8 5 6 8 7 5 4 3 4 7 11 6 3 10 11 6 2 12 4 2 2 10 8 11 8 7 1 7 7 9 8 9 3 2 9 1

Fred Stuvek 186 Mike McNallen 234 Mike McNallen 304 Mike McNallen 280 John Cartwright 241 John Cartwright 188 John Cartwright 172 Roger Staubach 204 Roger Staubach 161 Roger Staubach 98 Ron Klemick 183 Hal Spooner 111 Jim Maxfield 123 Joe Tranchini 118 Tom Forrestal 183 Tom Forrestal 106 George Welsh 150 George Welsh 95 George Welsh 82 Bob Cameron 76 Bob Zastrow 108 Bob Zastrow 190 Bob Zastrow 178 Reaves Baysinger 110 Bob Horne 83 Reaves Baysinger 47 Bob Hoernschmeyer 58 C.B. Smith 45 Hal Hamberg 90 Hal Hamberg 60 Bill Busik 46 Bill Busik 82 Bob Leonard 52 Lemuel Cooke 122

Receiving Year 2010 2009

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972

Name Greg Jones Marcus Curry Bobby Doyle Tyree Barnes Reggie Campbell Jason Tomlinson Jason Tomlinson Jason Tomlinson Eric Roberts Eric Roberts Jeff Gaddy Brandon Rampani Matt O'Donnell Ryan Read Pat McGrew Astor Heaven Cory Schemm Damon Dixon Jason Van Matre Tom Pritchard Tom Pritchard Jerry Dawson Shane Smith Carl Jordan Don Hughes Mike Ray Napoleon McCallum Chris Weiler Mark Stevens Bill Cebak Greg Papajohn Curt Gainer Dave Dent Phil McConkey Phil McConkey Dave King Kevin Sullivan Robin Ameen Larry Van Loan Bert Calland

92 105 120 124 129 96 82 119 107 67 84 65 55 67 93 57 94 47 39 34 37 80 74 45 45 15 27 19 35 16 15 29 20 63

Rec. 33 10 10 20 13 16 25 16 20 17 24 22 22 17 18 19 25 51 59 30 35 46 23 29 13 30 44 44 41 26 35 24 17 22 34 27 19 26 33 61

1,125 6 1,342 3 1,312 4 1,342 6 1,537 9 1,146 10 943 6 1,131 4 1,474 7 966 7 1,035 6 805 8 711 3 837 10 1,270 8 808 5 1,319 8 603 8 489 4 456 3 486 1 1,137 3 1,126 9 553 0 620 2 269 1 368 4 NA NA 509 8 238 2 244 0 394 0 302 0 815 0

Yds. 662 287 198 400 242 195 445 273 493 429 365 324 347 433 407 396 327 556 393 404 569 649 356 511 261 403 358 711 483 415 517 340 269 532 596 443 336 403 542 650

TD 5 3 1 2 4 2 1 1 5 2 2 1 0 6 3 2 1 2 1 4 2 5 1 4 1 2 1 6 3 3 1 3 3 6 4 2 1 2 4 2


1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938

Larry Van Loan Mick Barr Mick Barr Bill Newton Rob Taylor Rob Taylor Phil Norton Ed "Skip" Orr Ed "Skip" Orr Jim Stewart Jim Stewart Jim Luper Dick Pariseau Joe Bellino Pete Jokanovich Earle Smith Ron Beagle Ron Beagle Ron Beagle Dean Smith Dean Smith Bill Wilson Bill Wilson Phil Ryan Arthur Markel Pete Williams Dick Duden Leon Bramlett Hillis Hume Ben Martin Sammy Boothe Bob Zoeller Ulmont Whitehead Lucien Powell

Punt Returns Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972

Name Gary Myers Mario Washington Mario Washington Reggie Campbell Jason Tomlinson Jason Tomlinson Jason Tomlinson Jason Tomlinson Mike McIlravy Gene Reese Billy Hubbard Billy Hubbard Ryan Read Mark Mill Ross Scott Matt Scornavacchi Damon Dixon Damon Dixon Michael Jefferson B.J. Mason Chad Chatlos Jerry Dawson Dave Lerch Dave Lerch Dave Lerch Marc Firlie Napoleon McCallum Steve Brady Napoleon McCallum Napoleon McCallum Jeff Shoemake Steve Callahan Jon Ross Phil McConkey Phil McConkey Phil McConkey Mike Galpin Robin Ameen Mike Phillips Bert Calland

41 34 19 29 61 55 35 31 25 24 23 22 20 19 32 14 30 23 14 11 9 15 15 12 21 12 14 10 13 11 6 9 8 NA

589 403 189 358 818 727 429 299 321 399 498 307 228 240 386 151 451 262 146 115 141 266 250 163 235 171 200 145 194 126 103 92 123 312

3 1 0 0 6 4 0 0 1 1 3 2 1 2 0 1 4 3 1 0 2 1 1 0 1 2 NA NA 2 2 0 0 0 0

No. 13 14 10 11 18 11 22 19 12 9 30 35 20 24 10 16 29 28 14 6 6 18 18 17 17 29 18 8 21 32 11 18 21 19 19 27 17 16 22 14

Yds. 70 89 62 157 116 89 162 146 44 97 156 259 97 170 110 64 188 251 64 42 42 197 130 117 99 197 157 60 272 379 62 118 75 175 257 190 76 71 135 98

Avg. 5.4 6.4 6.2 14.3 6.4 8.1 7.4 7.7 3.7 10.8 5.2 7.4 4.8 7.1 11.0 4.0 6.5 9.0 4.6 7.0 7.0 10.9 7.2 6.9 5.8 6.8 8.7 7.5 13.0 11.8 5.6 6.6 3.6 9.2 13.5 7.0 4.5 4.4 6.1 7.0

1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959

1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939

Tom Moore Bob Elflein Steve Dmetruk Mike Lettieri Terry Murray Terry Murray Jim Angel Ed "Skip" Orr Bob Sutton Bob Sutton Bob Sutton John Prichard Joe Bellino Bob Correll 5 players with 3 Ned Oldham Paul Gober Chet Burchett Bob Craig Bob Craig Frank Brady Frank Brady Bill Powers Duff Arnold Tony Bartuska Pete Williams Bob Schwoeffermann Pete Williams Clyde Scott Hal Hamberg Hal Hamberg Hal Hamberg Bill Busik Bill Busik Bob Leonard

Scoring

Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973

Name Ricky Dobbs Ricky Dobbs Matt Harmon Kaheaku-Enhada Joey Bullen Matt Harmon Joey Bullen Aaron Polanco Craig Candeto Craig Candeto David Hills David Hills Tim Shubzda Tom Vanderhorst Chris McCoy Chris McCoy Chris McCoy Monty Williams Brad Stramanak Tim Rogers Brad Stramanak Frank Schenk Frank Schenk Ted Fundoukos Ted Fundoukos Chuck Smith Napoleon McCallum Todd Solomon Napoleon McCallum Steve Young Steve Fehr Steve Fehr Steve Fehr Bob Tata Bob Tata Joe Gattuso Jr. Larry Muczynski Steve Dykes Cleveland Cooper

YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS

10 7 22 10 11 17 13 17 10 17 14 6 6 6

39 50 133 123 167 102 138 135 59 124 159 32 123 74

13 8 12 11 10 20 13 18 5 5 9 15 14 14 11 11 9 16 26 10

TD 14 27 0 12 0 0 0 16 16 16 0 0 0 0 20 17 7 8 10 0 5 0 0 0 0 12 15 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 12

131 79 38 96 168 127 183 197 37 55 157 147 158 133 114 156 140 131 280 101

XP 1 0 38 2 43 37 52 0 0 0 16 17 37 27 0 0 0 0 0 15 0 24 13 21 12 0 0 20 0 18 22 24 17 25 26 0 24 11 2

# 16 3 #

FG 0 0 19 0 11 8 9 0 0 0 15 9 17 6 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 7 12 10 10 0 0 15 0 6 18 17 7 14 9 0 13 6 0

3.9 7.1 6.0 12.3 15.1 6.0 10.6 7.9 5.9 7.2 11.3 5.3 20.5 12.3 10.0 9.9 3.1 8.7 16.8 6.4 14.1 10.9 7.4 11.0 17.4 9.8 11.3 9.5 10.4 14.2 15.6 8.2 10.8 10.1

Pts. 86 162 95 76 76 61 79 96 96 96 61 44 88 45 120 102 42 48 60 33 30 45 49 51 42 72 90 65 66 36 76 75 38 67 53 48 63 29 74

1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938 1937 1936 1935 1934 1933 1932 1931 1930 1929 1928 1927 1926 1925

Dan Howard Andy Pease Roger Lanning Ron Marchetti Mike McNallen John Church Terry Murray Terry Murray Kip Paskewich John Sai Roger Staubach Greg Mather Joe Bellino Joe Bellino Joe Bellino Ned Oldham Ned Oldham Dick Guest Joe Gattuso Sr. Phil Monahan Fred Franco Dean Smith Bob Zastrow Roger Drew Bill Hawkins Bill Hawkins Bill Hawkins Clyde Scott Clyde Scott Joe Finos Ben Martin Hillis Hume Howie Clark Wesley Gebert Howie Clark Alan Cameron Bill Busik Bob Leonard Emmett Wood Emmett Wodd Bill Ingram John Schmidt Buzz Borries Buzz Borries Gordon Chung-Hoon Harry Tschirgi Lou Kirn Joe Clifton Charles Maure Whitey Lloyd Howard Caldwell Tom Hamilton Allen Shapley

Kickoff Returns Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Name Marcus Thomas Gee Gee Greene Greg Jones Reggie Campbell Reggie Campbell Karlos Whittaker Jeremy McGown Jeremy McGown Tony Lane Tony Lane Rashad Jamal John Vereen John Vereen Pat McGrew Enrico Hunter Neal Plaskonos Michael Jefferson Billy James Michael Jefferson Cleavon Smith David Owens

7 4 0 4 4 0 6 5 5 10 7 1 18 8 5 8 7 6 9 5 5 4 5 0 4 5 6 7 6 3 3 3 6 2 2 2 2 2 6 6 4 8 10 5 4 4 6 5 5 9 7 1 6

No. 26 33 11 40 17 21 15 14 22 34 28 26 20 15 22 13 38 34 33 12 12

2 4 12 0 2 17 0 0 2 0 0 22 2 0 5 21 11 2 1 0 0 0 0 19 0 1 14 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 9 6 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 18 8

0 0 5 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0

44 28 27 24 26 41 36 30 32 60 42 61 110 48 40 69 53 38 55 30 30 24 30 19 24 31 50 42 36 33 18 18 36 12 12 12 12 18 45 42 34 48 60 30 24 24 36 31 30 54 42 42 42

Yds. 563 607 189 1,098 357 537 309 316 484 898 535 550 372 441 474 275 820 715 723 257 202

Avg. 21.7 18.4 17.2 27.5 21.0 25.6 20.6 22.6 22.0 26.4 19.1 21.2 18.6 29.4 21.5 21.2 21.6 21.0 21.9 21.4 16.8


YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939

Jerry Dawson B.J. Mason Luther Archer Jason Pace Vernon Wallace Naploeon McCallum Eric Wallace Rich Clouse Napoleon McCallum Napoleon McCallum Tim Jackson Jon Ross Jon Ross Sandy Jones Phil McConkey Gregg Milo Mike Galpin Ike Owens Ike Owens Ike Owens Jack Forde Bob Elflein Dan Pike Mike Lettieri Terry Murray Terry Murray Duncan Ingraham Tom Leiser John Sai John Sai Jim Stewart Joe Bellino Joe Bellino Dick Dagampat Ned Oldham Paul Gober Dick Guest Jack Garrow Phil Monahan Six players tied with 3 Fred Franco Frank Brady Henry Arnold Pete Williams Ben Moore Pete Williams Pete Williams Bobby Jenkins Hal Hamberg Alan Cameron Not available Not available Tom Blount

Interceptions Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005

2004

2003

2002 2001 2000 1999 1998

1997

Name 7 players tied Wyatt Middleton Ketric Buffin Rashawn King Ketric Buffin Jeremy McGown Keenan Little Greg Thrasher Greg Sudderth Hunter Reddick DuJuan Price Josh Smith Eddie Carthan Josh Smith Matt Brooks Paul Clarkson Chris Lepore Davede Alexander Mike Wiedl Adam Crecion Gerald Wilson

30 25 22 16 17 20 9 9 17 16 12 7 10 8 14 12 15 8 18 12 22 32 15 11 12 17 11 15 10 14 8 13 6 7 7 5 4 4 5

531 481 452 305 344 488 268 160 360 332 228 143 215 211 231 199 288 120 452 210 511 760 301 255 261 295 243 293 216 308 171 286 88 95 138 104 86 99 125

6 5 9 11 9 7 NA 5 NA 5 NA NA 4

108 105 186 176 196 113 83 164 119 135 NA NA 117

No. 1 4 3 3 4 3 2 2 2 3 3 4 4 2 2 2 5 3 2 2 3

17.7 19.2 20.5 19.1 20.2 24.4 29.7 17.7 21.2 20.8 19.0 20.4 21.5 26.3 16.5 16.6 19.2 15.0 25.1 17.5 23.2 23.8 20.0 23.1 21.7 17.3 22.0 19.5 21.6 22.0 21.3 22.0 14.6 13.5 19.7 20.8 21.5 24.8 25.0 18.0 21.0 20.7 16.0 21.8 16.1 NA 32.8 NA 27.0 NA NA 29.3

Yds. NA 69 0 91 53 21 0 16 16 8 58 53 61 69 16 23 22 18 0 4 96

1996 1995 1994

1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974

1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965

1964

1963 1962 1961 1960

1959

1958 1957

1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950

1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938

Rashad Smith Sean Andrews Chris Hart Andy Thompson Chris Hart Chad Chatlos Chad Chatlos Bill Yancey Bob Weissenfels Bob Weissenfels Larry Dickinson Marc Firlie Tom Doman Vince McBeth Marc Firlie Andy Ponseigo Steve Brady Eric Wallace Brian Cianella Jeff Shoemaker Elliott Reagans Mike Kronzer Fred Reitzel John Sturges Mike Galpin Gene Ford Gene Ford John Sturges Charlie Robinson Pat Virtue Charlie Robinson Mark Schickner Oz Fretz Steve Dmetruk Jeff Lammers Rick Bayer Rick Bayer Jim Angel Bernie George Ed "Skip" Orr Duncan Ingraham Steve Moore Bob Sutton Bob Sutton Joe Bellino John Prichard Dick Pariseau Joe Bellino Jim Maxfield Ned Oldham Tom Forrestal Harry Hurst George Welsh John Weaver John Hopkins John Weaver Frank Hauff Frank Brady Bill Powers John Gurski Ted Kukowski 3 players with Pete Williams Bill Hawkins Reaves Baysinger Pete Williams Clyde Scott Not available Hillis Hume Hillis Hume Not available Not available Not available Emmett Wood

4 8 2 2 3 4 5 5 3 2 4 2 2 3 5 5 5 5 4 5 5 3 5 8 7 6 3 3 3 4 5 5 2 2 3 5 5 3 3 4 4 3 3 4 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 4 3 7 2 2 4 4 4 1 1 1 4 4 4 NA 3 3 NA NA NA 4

# 16 4 #

93 30 49 17 0 13 68 40 0 0 46 0 61 43 79 28 145 26 18 17 25 21 23 88 87 85 29 15 14 31 23 46 11 3 6 80 98 0 27 11 92 25 18 26 47 18 61 37 27 49 21 20 8 44 91 165 38 25 20 89 36 NA 5 1 NA 24 108 NA 22 33 NA NA NA 40

Tackles Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977

Name Tyler Simmons Ross Pospisil Ross Pospisil Irv Spencer Rob Caldwell Rob Caldwell Josh Smith Josh Smith Josh Smith Lenter Thomas Chris Lepore Chris Lepore Jamie Doffermyre Gervy Alota Clint Bruce Clint Bruce Andy Thompson Javier Zuluaga Javier Zuluaga Chad Chatlos Bill Bowling Bob Weissenfels Bob Weissenfels Mark Pimpo Vince McBeth Jim Dwyer Jim Dwyer Andy Ponseigo Andy Ponseigo Andy Ponseigo Mike Kronzer Mike Kronzer Tom Paulk Pfunandre Redvict Bob DeStafney 1976 Jeff Sapp 1975 Andy Bushak 1974 Chet Moeller 1973 Andy Bushak 1970 Chuck Voith Tackles not kept prior to 1970

Bold indicates returning players

No. 131 107 106 95 109 140 119 108 127 98 109 127 127 105 125 117 112 144 146 106 109 109 94 139 154 121 127 135 169 152 148 139 117 91 91 143 100 118 80 147


ADDITIONAL STATISTICS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 23. 24. 25.

Yds. 572 563 558 530 521 521 515 513 490 476 471 467 467 464 463 451 438 437 435 428 424 424 422 421 420

Date 11/18/50 11/17/51 1/1/55 9/28/57 10/11/63 10/27/73 12/1/73 11/29/75 10/10/81 10/15/83 10/31/92 9/7/96 9/21/96 9/28/96 12/6/97

Opponent North Texas Kent State Towson Central Michigan East Carolina Ball State Colgate Columbia Army Rutgers Rice Kent State Colorado State Connecticut Wake Forest Hawai'i Delaware Central Michigan Duke Pennsylvania SMU Air Force Dartmouth Army Temple

Top-50 Rushing games (since 1948)

Date 11/10/07 11/22/97 8/30/08 11/22/03 11/6/10 9/15/07 10/17/98 11/13/54 12/3/05 11/20/04 10/10/09 9/19/98 12/22/05 9/30/06 10/26/96 11/20/99 11/9/96 11/13/10 11/4/06 10/17/87 9/9/95 10/7/78 10/4/86 12/07/02 11/19/06

26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 41. 42. 43. 44. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50.

Yds. 418 417 412 410 404 403 402 399 396 394 391 390 389 388 388 385 384 383 380 380 378 377 375 374 373 373

Opponent Tulane Tulane Maryland Yale SMU East Carolina Virginia Kent State Columbia William & Mary William & Mary William & Mary Syracuse West Virginia Connecticut Missouri Princeton William & Mary Boston College Army Northwestern Duke Temple Boston College Western Kentucky Rutgers

Date 11/5/05 11/13/99 9/6/10 10/1/88 10/25/08 9/2/06 9/13/75 9/11/99 11/12/55 9/28/57 10/22/77 10/24/81 11/7/81 10/2/99 9/20/75 12/31/09 10/15/83 9/29/56 10/19/02 12/6/97 9/21/02 9/30/95 11/19/05 9/30/72 9/26/09 9/27/03

Alexander Teich carried the ball 14 times for 157 yards and one touchdown to lead Navy to a 76-35 victory over East Carolina. The Mids piled up 521 yards rushing on the day, tied for the fifth most in school history

Two Players with 100+Yards Rushing in a Game (since 1948)

Players (Att.-Yds.) Opponent David Bannerman (26-155) Columbia Frank Hauff (24-123) Dean Smith (17-124) Columbia Victor Vine (16-105) Joe Gattuso Sr. (16-111) Rice John Weaver (16-106) Harry Hurst (9-137) William & Mary Ned Oldham (11-103) Pat Donnelly (15-109) SMU Roger Staubach (18-107) Cleveland Cooper (26-123) Pittsburgh Robert Jackson (18-101) Ed Gilmore (12-123) Army Cleveland Cooper (18-102) Robert Jackson (25-133) Army Gerry Goodwin (18-114) Eddie Meyers (38-179) Air Force Marco Pagnanelli (16-106) Napoleon McCallum (37-229) Princeton Bryan Caraveo (25-122) Jason Van Matre (26-128) Delaware Duke Ingraham (23-105) Tim Cannada (17-107) Rutgers Chris McCoy (22-101) Chris McCoy (27-140) SMU Omar Nelson (16-108 Chris McCoy (33-183) Boston College Omar Nelson (14-118) Chris McCoy (31-205) Army Tim Cannada (30-133)

Date 9/19/98

10/17/98 11/7/98 10/2/99 11/13/99 11/20/99 9/27/03 11/01/03 11/22/03 12/22/05 9/16/06 9/30/06 10/7/06 11/4/06 11/18/06

Players (Att.-Yds.) Opponent Steve Holley (29-188) Kent State Irv Dingle (19-151) Brian Broadwater (26-216) Colgate Jon Limbert (12-111) Irv Dingle (19-134) Rutgers Brian Broadwater (29-132) Dre Brittingham (12-124) West Virginia Brian Broadwater (23-110) Brian Madden (25-144) Tulane Raheem Lambert (19-101) Brian Madden (29-150) Hawai'i Raheem Lambert (18-120) Kyle Eckel (18-104) Rutgers Eric Roberts (9-125) Kyle Eckel (26-120) Tulane Craig Candeto (18-140) Kyle Eckel (18-167) Central Michigan Craig Candeto (13-150) Adam Ballard (15-129) Colorado State Reggie Campbell (16-116) Adam Ballard (26-120) Stanford Reggie Campbell (13-110) Brian Hampton (27-182) Connecticut Reggie Campbell (5-101) Adam Ballard (27-134) Air Force Brian Hampton (22-105) Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada (19-114) Duke Adam Ballard (27-103) K. Kaheaku-Enhada (19-140) Temple Shun White (7-114)

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Date 8/31/07

9/15/07 11/10/07 11/17/07 12/6/08 11/7/09 12/31/09 11/6/10

Players (Att.-Yds.) Opponent Shun White (8-122) Temple Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada (15-102) Eric Kettani (9-126) Ball State Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada (11-117) Shun White (7-131) North Texas Zerbin Singleton (8-103) Jarod Bryant (27-139) Northern Illinois Zerbin Singleton (11-101) Shun White (13-148) Army Eric Kettani (24-125) Vince Murray (14-158) Notre Dame Ricky Dobbs (31-102) Ricky Dobbs (30-166) Missouri Marcus Curry (12-109) Ricky Dobbs (17-100) East Carolina Alexander Teich (14-157)


ADDITIONAL STATISTICS Navy Quarterbacks Who Have Rushed For 100 Yards In A Game

Date 10/11/63 11/18/67 10/10/81 10/17/87 10/1/88 11/5/88 10/7/89 11/11/89 10/31/92 9/9/95 9/30/95 11/11/95 11/18/95 9/7/96 9/14/96 9/28/96 10/12/96 10/26/96 11/16/96 9/13/97 10/11/97 10/18/97 11/1/97 11/22/97 12/6/97 9/19/98 10/17/98 11/7/98 9/11/99 9/18/99 10/2/99 10/30/99 11/6/99 11/13/99 11/20/99 12/4/99 11/11/00 12/2/00 9/22/01 10/6/01 10/20/01 10/27/01 11/10/01 8/31/02 9/21/02 12/7/02 10/18/03 11/01/03 11/22/03 9/4/04 9/11/04 10/23/04 12/30/04 9/3/05 10/1/05 10/15/05 9/2/06 9/23/06 9/30/06 10/7/06 11/4/06 11/18/06 8/31/07 9/15/07 9/29/07 10/10/07 11/17/07 10/4/08 10/25/08 11/25/08 9/26/09 10/10/09 11/7/09

Player Roger Staubach John Cartwright Marco Pagnanelli Alton Grizzard Gary McIntosh Alton Grizzard Alton Grizzard Alton Grizzard Jason Van Matre Chris McCoy Chris McCoy Ben Fay Chris McCoy Chris McCoy Chris McCoy Chris McCoy Chris McCoy Chris McCoy Chris McCoy Chris McCoy Chris McCoy Chris McCoy Chris McCoy Chris McCoy Chris McCoy Steve Holley Brian Broadwater Brian Broadwater Brian Broadwater Brian Broadwater Brian Broadwater Brian Madden Brian Madden Brian Madden Brian Madden Brian Madden Brian Broadwater Brian Broadwater Brian Madden Brian Madden Brian Madden Brian Madden Brian Madden Craig Candeto Craig Candeto Craig Candeto Craig Candeto Craig Candeto Craig Candeto Aaron Polanco Aaron Polanco Aaron Polanco Aaron Polanco Lamar Owens Lamar Owens Lamar Owens Brian Hampton Brian Hampton Brian Hampton Brian Hampton Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada Kaipo-Noa Keheaku-Enhada Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada Jarod Bryant Jarod Bryant Ricky Dobbs Ricky Dobbs Ricky Dobbs Ricky Dobbs Ricky Dobbs

Att-Yds. 18-107 17-123 16-106 23-225 7-102 22-103 21-168 20-115 26-128 26-273 22-144 22-119 17-104 22-101 27-140 33-183 20-181 34-201 44-214 27-121 16-104 18-115 23-147 27-268 31-205 29-188 26-216 29-132 24-137 26-116 23-110 34-168 30-167 25-144 29-150 41-177 15-115 24-121 32-106 27-110 24-128 24-121 33-201 15-153 30-138 18-103 36-151 18-140 13-150 23-130 29-143 33-179 26-138 19-122 13-106 22-110 34-149 30-118 27-182 22-105 14-119 19-140 15-102 11-117 15-101 25-122 27-139 24-101 42-224 25-124 29-143 20-104 31-102

Opponent SMU Vanderbilt Air Force Pennsylvania Yale Syracuse Air Force Syracuse Delaware SMU Duke Delaware Tulane Rutgers SMU Boston College Wake Forest Delaware Tulane San Diego State Air Force VMI Notre Dame Kent State Army Kent State Colgate Rutgers Kent State Boston College West Virginia Notre Dame Rutgers Tulane Hawai'i Army Tulane Army Boston College Air Force Rutgers Toledo Tulane SMU Northwestern Army Rice Tulane Central Michigan Duke Northeastern Rice New Mexico Maryland Duke Kent State East Carolina Tulsa Connecticut Air Force Duke Temple Temple Ball State Air Force Pitt Northern Illinois Air Force SMU Northern Illinois Western Kentucky Rice Notre Dame

Date 11/14/09 11/28/09 12/12/09 12/31/09 10/9/10 11/6/10 11/13/10 11/20/10 12/23/10

Yds. (R /P) 1. 724 2. 680 680 4. 678 5. 653 6. 646 7. 644 8. 635 9. 630 10. 623 11. 613 12. 611 13. 605 14. 602 15. 598 16. 596 17. 596 18. 585 19. 570 20. 563 21. 562 22. 560 23. 559 24. 555 25. 550 26. 546 27. 545 28. 540 29. 537 30. 537 31. 532 532 33. 531 34. 528 35. 527 36. 522 37. 521 38. 516 39. 515 40. 514 514 42. 512 43. 508 508 45. 506 46. 505 47. 502 502 49. 501

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Player Ricky Dobbs Ricky Dobbs Ricky Dobbs Ricky Dobbs Ricky Dobbs Ricky Dobbs Kriss Proctor Ricky Dobbs Ricky Dobbs

Att-Yds. 26-100 25-127 33-113 30-166 22-100 17-100 20-201 31-154 24-107

Opponent Delaware Hawai’i Army Missouri Wake Forest East Carolina Central Michigan Arkansas State San Diego State

Navy Total Offense 500+ Yards in a Game

Opponent (362/362) (572/108) (515/165) (378/300) (358/295) (251/395) (530/114) (563/72) (513/117) (422/201) (476/137) (467/144) (484/141) (558/44) (370/228) (521/75) (396/200) (521/64) (463/107) (438/125) (424/138) (394/166) (292/267) (330/225) (399/151) (391/155) (320/225) (304/236) (471/66) (313/224) (336/196) (383/149) (490/41) (361/167) (410/117) (451/710 (289/232) (297/219) (385/130) (294/220) (279/235) (388/124) (421/87) (424/84) (342/164) (293/212) (354/148) (342/160) (374/127)

Date Tulane North Texas Colgate Northwestern Colgate California Central Michigan Kent State Columbia Dartmouth Rutgers Colorado State Connecticut Towson VMI East Carolina Columbia Ball State Wake Forest Delaware SMU William & Mary William & Mary William & Mary Kent State William & Mary Pennsylvania Duke Rice Colgate Kent State William & Mary Army Princeton Yale Hawai'i Princeton Louisiana Tech Missouri Lafayette Vanderbilt Connecticut Army Air Force Delaware Duke George Washington Vanderbilt Boston College

11/11/00 11/10/07 10/17/98 9/21/02 9/12/70 12/25/96 11/22/03 11/22/97 11/13/54 10/4/86 11/20/04 12/22/05 9/30/06 8/30/08 10/30/03 11/6/10 11/12/55 9/15/07 10/26/96 11/9/96 9/9/95 9/28/57 10/16/83 9/27/80 9/11/99 10/22/77 10/25/58 9/22/07 10/10/09 11/15/97 10/15/05 9/29/56 12/3/05 10/17/53 10/1/88 11/20/99 10/20/84 9/18/10 12/31/09 10/19/85 11/18/67 9/20/75 12/7/02 10/7/78 10/27/07 10/8/49 11/16/57 10/11/03 9/30/72


THE LAST TIME The Last Time Navy...

Returned a Kickoff for TD Reggie Campbell, 98 yards vs. Army on Dec. 1, 2007 Navy 38, Army 3 Returned Punt for a TD David Wright, three yards vs. Temple on Oct. 31, 2009 Temple 27, Navy 24 Returned a Blocked Punt for a TD Bobby Doyle, 0 yards vs. Air Force on Oct. 4, 2008 (blocked by Blake Carter) Navy 33, Air Force 27 Returned Own Blocked Field Goal for a TD Tony Solliday, 26 yards vs. Louisville on Oct. 22, 1994 Louisville 35, Navy 14 Returned an Interception for a TD Ram Vela, 68 yards vs. Army on Dec. 6, 2008 Navy 34, Army 0 Returned a Fumble for a TD Wyatt Middleton, 98yards vs. Army on Dec. 11, 2010 Navy 31, Army 17 Returned a Blocked Extra Point for Two Points Charles Fisher vs. SMU on Sept. 20, 1997 Navy 46, SMU 16 Recorded a Safety Craig Schaefer vs. Notre Dame on Nov. 7, 2009 Navy 23, Notre Dame 21 Recorded a Shutout Army on Dec. 6, 2008 Navy 34, Army 0

The Last Time an Opponent...

Returned Kickoff for TD James Nixon of Temple, 100 yards on Oct. 31, 2009 Temple 27, Navy 24 Returned Punt for a TD Phillip Livas of Louisiana Tech, 85 yards on Sept. 12, 2009 Navy 32, Louisiana Tech 14 Returned a Blocked Punt for a TD Toryan Smith of Notre Dame, 14 yards on Nov. 15, 2008 Notre Dame 27, Navy 21 Returned an Interception for a TD Anthony Wright of Air Force, 67 yards on Oct. 3, 2009 Navy 16, Air Force 13 (OT) Returned a Fumble for a TD Sterling Moore of SMU, 1 yard on Oct. 17, 2009 Navy 38, SMU 35 Returned a Blocked Field Goal for a TD Brandon Haw of Rutgers, 88 yards on Sept. 27, 2003 Rutgers 48, Navy 27 Returned a Blocked Extra Point for Two Points Wade Smith of SMU, 97 yards on Sept. 9, 1995 Navy 33, SMU 2 Returned an Interception for Two Points Brian Rolle of Ohio State on Sept. 5, 2009 Ohio State 31, Navy 27 Recorded a Safety Vanderbilt-Team Safety on Sept. 25, 2004 Navy 29, Vanderbilt 26 Recorded a Shutout Rutgers on Oct. 14, 2006 Rutgers 34, Navy 0

Bobby Doyle fell on a punt that was blocked by teammate Blake Carter in the end zone for a touchdown that helped lead Navy to a 33-27 victory over Air Force in 2008.

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NAVY-MARINE CORPS MEMORIAL STADIUM RECORDS Rushing Attempts Individual 44 Team

77

Field Goals Chris McCoy vs. Tulane, 1997 vs. Delaware, 1997 vs. SMU, 2008

Rushing Yards Individual 348

Shun White vs. Towson, 2008

563

vs. Kent State, 1997

Team

4 4

Steve Fehr vs. Boston College, 1981 Joe Striefsky of Delaware, 2009

Extra Points

Luke Manget, Georgia Tech, 2001

Most Punt Returns

Tony Bethel, Louisville, 1994 Jerrod Washington, Virginia, 1992 Terry Murray vs. Syracuse, 1967

10

6 6 6

Most Punt Return Yardage Individual 5 Team 9

Ricky Dobbs vs. Delaware, 2009

vs. Kent State, 1997

Pass Attempts Individual 55

Jim Kubiak vs. Virginia 1994

55 55

vs. Virginia, 1994 by Delaware, 1985

Team

Pass Completions Individual 37

Bill Byrne vs. Syracuse, 1985

37

vs. Syracuse, 1985

Team

Passing Yards Individual 442

Patrick Ramsey, Tulane, 2001

442

by Tulane, 2001

Team

Terry Murray vs. Syracuse, 1967

117

Rushing Touchdowns

Most Kickoff Returns

John Vereen vs. West Virginia, 1998 Mike Jefferson vs. Virginia, 1995

7 7

Most Kickoff Return Yardage 170

Most Punts 12

Best Punt Average (Min. 5 att.) 50.2

Longest Rush 91

Mike Jefferson vs. Virginia, 1995

Jack Detwiler vs. Virginia, 1968

Joe Ince vs. Pittsburgh, 1963

Pat McGrew vs. Kent State, 1997 (TD)

Longest Pass

S. Fisher to J. Kehoe, Virginia, 1960 (TD)

Longest Punt

Tom Moore vs. Boston College, 1970

92

74

Passing Touchdowns Individual 5

Bobby Goodman, Virginia, 1992

5

by Virginia, 1992

Team

Receptions 16

Receiving Yards 274

Touchdown Receptions 4

Points

70

David Boler, Delaware, 2004

Corey Hill, Colgate, 1998

Eron Riley, Duke, 2007

Longest Field Goal 54

Longest Punt Return 86 86

Longest Kickoff Return 100

Longest Interception Return 95

Georgia Tech 70, Navy 7, 2001

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Steve Leo, Delaware, 1992

George Cogill, Wake Forest, 1991 Bill Eastman, Georgia Tech, 1965

James Nixon, Temple, 2009

Gerald Wilson vs. VMI, 1997 (TD)


COACHING RECORDS / ASSISTANT COACHES All-Time Coaching Records

Year Coach (Alma Mater) 1879,83-91 Student Coaches Vauix Carter 1882 Ben Crosby (Yale) 1892 1893 Josh Hartwell (Yale) Bill Wurtenburg (Yale) 1894 Matt McClung (Lehigh) 1895 Johnny Poe (Princeton) 1896 1897-99 Bill Armstrong (Yale) 1900 Garrett Cochran (Princeton) Doc Hillebrand (Princeton) 1901-02 Burr Chamberlain (Yale) 1903 1904-06 Paul Dashiell (Lehigh) 1907 Joe Reeves (USNA) 1908-10 Frank Berrien (USNA) Doug Howard (USNA) 1911-14 1915-16 Jonas Ingram (USNA) 1917-19 Gil Dobie (Minnesota) Bob Folwell (Penn) 1920-24 1925 Jack Owsley (Yale) 1926-30 Bill Ingram (USNA) 1931-33 Rip Miller (Notre Dame) 1934-36 1946-47 Tom Hamilton (USNA) Hank Hardwick (USNA) 1937-38 1939-41 Swede Larson (USNA) 1942-43 Billick Whelchel (USNA) 1944-45 Oscar Hagberg (USNA) George Sauer (Nebraska) 1948-49 1950-58 Eddie Erdelatz (St. Mary's) 1959-64 Wayne Hardin (Coll. of Pacific) 1965-68 Bill Elias (Maryland) 1969-72 Rick Forzano (Kent State) 1973-81 George Welsh (USNA) 1982-86 Gary Tranquill (Wittenberg) 1987-89 Elliot Uzelac (W. Michigan) 1990-94 George Chaump (Bloomsburg) 1995-2001 Charlie Weatherbie (Okla. St.) 2001 *Rick Lantz (Central Conn. St.) 2002-07 Paul Johnson (W. Carolina) ‘07-current Ken Niumatalolo (Hawai’i) *Interim Coach

W-L-T 23-15-3 1-0 5-2 5-3 4-1-2 5-2 5-3 20-5 6-3 8-11-2 4-7-1 25-5-4 9-2-1 21-5-3 25-7-4 9-8-2 17-3 24-12-3 5-2-1 32-13-4 12-15-2

21-23-1 8-7-3 16-8-3 13-5 13-4-1 3-13-2 50-26-8 38-22-2 15-22-3 10-33 55-46-1 20-34-1 8-25 14-41 30-45 0-3 45-35 27-14

All-Time Assistant Coaches Assistant Amstutz, Thomas Belichick, Steve Bell, Richard Bennett, Leeman Biddle, Dick Bohannon, Brian Boudreau, Paul Bradford, Vic Bresnahan, Chuck Bresnahan, Tom Briner, Greg Brown, Sterling Bugel, Joe Bumpas, Dick Campbell, A.C. Clark, Don Collins, Tim Conley, Scotty Corso, Lee Culton, Chris Daniel, Clarence Davis, Justin DeRuyter, Tim Donnelly, Pat Donnor, Charlie Drake, Mike Duden, Dick Dunlap, Steve DuPaix, Joe Erdelatz, Eddie Eshmont, Len Ferkany, Ed Fontes, Len Forzano, Rick Franks, Jerry Gillogly, Jay Gonos, Jake Grantham, Tony Green, Buddy Gregory, Jack Hardin, Wayne Harp, Tom Harris, Ron Hart, Dave Sr. Hartman, Jerry Haushalter, Bill Hickson, Frank Higgins, Jim Hobbs, Homer Hudspeth, Mark Hyder, John Ingalls, Robert Ingram, Ashley Jackson, Fred Jasper, Ivin Johns, Steve Johnson, Paul Jones, Keith Jorge, Ernie Kelly, Kevin Kiesel, Kevin Krivak, Joe Lantz, Rick Lewis, Terry Mack, Ken Magazu, Dave Mark, Joe Markos, Art Martin, Ben Matsko, John Mattison, Greg McCulley, Pete McGuire, Tim McKeehan, Gene McMackin, Greg

Years 1988-89 1956-89 1994 1969 1990-91 2002-07 1982 1947 1986 1973-80 1994 1966 1969-72 1995-98 1967-68 1950-51 1971-72 2000-2001 1966-68 2008-present 1970 2010-present 1999-2001 1975 1990-94 1989-94 1954-59 1982-83 2008-10 1945-47 1950-55 1970-71 1973-76 1959-64 1982-88 1976 1990-94 2009-present 2002-present 1966 1955-58 1972 1992-94 1964-65 1983-85, 90-91 1973-86 1990-93 1986 1952 2001 1967 1948-49 2008-present 1987-88 2002-present 2008-present 1995-96 2002-present 1955-66 2002-05 1991-92 1977-81 1971-76, 2001 1972-74, 82-83 1981 1987-89 1967-68 1977-81 1949-54 1985 1987-88 1970-71 1991-92 1995-2000 1991-92

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Assistant McMillian, Charles McNeish, Robert McWilliams, Hugh Miller, Rip Monahan, Phil Monken, Jeff Morrison, Bobby Murphy, Dennis Murray, Mark Neal, Bill Niumatalolo, Ken Norwood, Brian O’Brien, Tom Oliver, Jerome O’Rourke, Danny Pasquale, Larry Patterson, Gary Peccatiello, Larry Pees, Dean Pehrson, Dale Petchel, Bob Raye, Tommy Reese, Carl Rison, Mose Roberts , J.D. Robinson, Danilo Rogers, Kevin Ross, Don Royer, Lee Runyan, Scott Saban, Nick Schuette, Carl Scovil, Doug Seamon, Greg Sekanovich, Dan Shaffer, Sam Smear, Steve Smith, Earle Jr. Spann, Tom Spaziani, Frank Speed, Joe Spencer, Todd Strahm, Dale Stanley, Jim Steckel, Les Steinmark, Sammy Stewart, Bill Stock, Mike Swartz, Ray Todd, Turnley Tranquill, Gary Trgovac, Mike Uzelac, Elliott Vaught, Mike Vooletich, Milan Ware, Mitch Welsh, George Williams, Doug Wilson, John Yokitis, Mick

Years 2000 1947 1960-66 1934-47 1958-60 2002-07 1982-86 1992-93 1993-94 1965 1995-98, 2002-07 1995-1999 1976-81 1984-86 2006-present 1969-70 1995 1969 1987-89 1996-present 1981 1995-1999 1990 1987-89 1960 2000-01 1983-90 1960 1971-72 1995-97 1982 1961-68 1963-65 1987-88 1970 1990-94 1976 1975 1982-86 1975-81 2006-09 1996-2007 1977-80 1969-70 1977-78 1999-2001 1984-85 1968 1938-49 1968 1973-76 1989 1971-74 1995-2000 1987-89 1997-2001 1960 1994 1947 2011

Note: List includes full time coaches only. Does not include part-time or military assistants.


NAVY ALL-STAR GAME APPEARANCES American Bowl Michael Clark, TE Lee Corso, Coach

Blue/Gray Game

Duncan Ingraham, DB Napoleon McCallum, RB Omar Nelson, RB Clint Bruce, LB Charlie Weatherbie, Asst. Coach Dick Bumpas, Asst. Coach Chris McCoy, RB David Viger, DT Rashad Smith, DB Charlie Weatherbie, Asst. Coach Dick Bumpas, Coach Terrence Anderson, C Travis Williams, WR Hoot Stahl, OT David Hills, K

# Did not attend due to Aloha Bowl *Most Valuable Player for the Gray Squad %Most Valuable Player for the Blue Squad

Coaches All-America Game Joe Bellino, RB Frank Visted, C Greg Mather, E Jim Campbell, E Al Krekich, G Tom Lynch, C Roger Staubach, QB Rob Taylor, WR Chet Moeller, DB Andy Bushak, LB George Welsh, Head Coach, East

*Ernie Davis Award Winner for East Squad

1969 1969

1965 *1985 #1996 #1996 #1996 #1996 %1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1999 1999 2000 2001

1961 1961 1962 1964 1964 1964 1965 1968 *1976 1976 1976

College All-Stars vs. NFL Champions Fred (Buzz) Borries, HB Jim Carrington, C Joe Burtos, FB Richard Scott, C Joseph Pertel, G John Weaver, HB George Welsh, QB Ron Beagle, E Wilson Whitmire, C Tom Forrestal, QB Tony Stremic, G Bob Reifsnyder, T Frank Visted, C Joe Bellino, HB Greg Mather, E Pat Donnelly, HB Roger Staubach, QB

1935 1947 1948 1948 1953 1955 1956 1956 1957 1958 1958 1959 1961 1961 1962 1965 1965

East-West Shrine Game Bill Ingram, B Phil Ryan, E Bill Powers, B Walter Gragg, T John Gurski, E Wilson Whitmire, C James Hower, G Roger Staubach, QB Rob Taylor, WR Emerson Carr, DT Larry Van Loan, WR George Welsh, Asst. Coach Chet Moeller, DB George Welsh, Head Coach, East Joe Gattuso Jr., RB Charlie Thornton, DE Kevin Hickman, TE Jeff Gaddy, WR Josh Brindel, DT John Skaggs, P Kyle Eckel, FB Tyler Tidwell, OLB Adam Ballard, FB Ross Pospisil, LB Ricky Dobbs, QB

Gridiron Classic Terrence Anderson, C Chris Lepore, FS John Skaggs, P Josh Smith, S Kyle Eckel, FB*

*Invited, but did not participate

Hula Bowl

Tom Lynch, C Johnny Sai, B Pat Donnelly, RB Chuck Voith, LB Charlie Miletich, LB Chet Moeller, DB Rick Bott, C Eddie Meyers, RB Tim Jordan, MG Paul Soares, DT Andy Ponseigo, LB Eric Rutherford, DT Mark Stevens, TE Gary Tranquill, Asst. Coach Napoleon McCallum, RB Todd Solomon, KS Marc Firlie, DB Clint Bruce, LB David Viger, DT Blaine Kindler, OT Travis Williams, WR Terrence Anderson, C Chris Lepore, FS Derek Jaskowiak, OT Kyle Eckel, FB David Mahoney, OLB Reggie Campbell, SB Eric Kettani, FB

#Did not attend due to Senior Bowl * Outstanding Defensive Player

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1925 1949 1950 1951 1952 1956 1956 1964 1967 1968 1973 1975 1976 1977 1977 1980 1994 2001 2002 2003 2004 2006 2007 2009 2010

1999 2000 2003 2004 *2004

1964 1964 1965 1973 1974 1976 1979 1981 1981 *1982 1983 1984 1984 1984 1985 1985 1986 1996 1997 1998 1999 1999 2000 2002 2004 2006 2007 #2008

Japan Bowl

1975 1976 1976 1978 1979 1981 1983 1984 1985 1985

Lions All-America Bowl

1976

Chet Moeller, DB Jeff Sapp, MG George Welsh, Asst. Coach Phil McConkey, WR John Taylor, OT Eddie Meyers, RB Andy Ponseigo, LB Mark Stevens, TE Chris Castelli, OG Gary Tranquill, Asst. Coach

Kevin Sullivan, TE

N.Y. Herald Tribune Eastern College All-Star Game Scott Emerson, T R. Towns (Tex) Lawrence, T Pete Williams, HB

1949 1949 1949

North-South Shrine Game (Miami) Pete Williams, HB R. Towns (Tex) Lawrence, T Tom Bakke, E Robert McDonald, E Vic Vine, HB Fritz Davis, T Dave Fischer, G Fred Franco, FB Frank Brady, HB Joe Pertel, G Steve Eisenhauer, G Jack Perkins, T Richard Olson, C Ron Beagle, E George Welsh, QB George Fritzinger, G Joe Tranchini, QB Roland Brandquist, HB Richard Pariseau, HB Roger Staubach, QB Edward Orr, WR Bruce Kenton, C Wayne Hardin, Asst. Coach Don Downing, LB Harry (Skip) Dittmann, C John Cartwright, QB Bill Dow, E

* Most Valuable Player

Senior Bowl

Napoleon McCallum, RB Eric Kettani, FB

* Most Valuable Player

U.S. Bowl (Washington, D.C.) Greg Mather, E

1948 1948 1950 1950 1951 1951 1951 1952 1952 1952 1953 1953 1953 1955 *1955 1958 1959 1959 1959 1964 1964 1964 1964 1966 1966 1967 1967

*1986 2008

1961


FOOTBALL HONORS First-Team All-Americans Year 1907 1908 1908 1911 1913 1917 1918 1918 1922 1926 1926 1928 1934 1934 1943 1943 1944 1944 1944 1945 1945 1947 1952 1953 1954 1955 1957 1957 1960 1961 1963 1975 1983 1985

Player Bill Dague, E Ed Lange, QB Percy Northcroft, T Jack Dalton, FB John (Babe) Brown, G Ernest Von Heimberg, E Lyman (Pop) Perry, G Wolcott Roberts, HB Wendell Taylor, E Tom Hamilton, HB Frank Wickhorst, T Eddie Burke, G Buzz Borries, HB Slade Cutter, T George Brown, G Don Whitmire, T Ben Chase, G Bobby Jenkins, HB Don Whitmire, T Dick Duden, E Dick Scott, C Dick Scott, C Steve Eisenhauer, G Steve Eisenhauer, G Ronnie Beagle, E Ronnie Beagle, E Bob Reifsnyder, T Tom Forrestal, QB Joe Bellino, HB Greg Mather, E Roger Staubach, QB Chet Moeller, DB Napoleon McCallum, HB Napoleon McCallum, HB

First-Team Academic All-Americans

National Football Foundation Scholar-Athletes

Post-Graduate Scholarship Winners

Theodore Roosevelt Award

Player Steve Eisenhauer, G Tom Forrestal, QB Joe Tranchini, QB Daniel Lee Pike, RB Theodore Dumbauld, LB John Dowd, OG

Year 1953 1957 1958 1969 1980 2010

Year 1965 1969 1970 1975 1976 1981 1999

Player William Patrick Donnelly, FB William Henry Newton, HB Daniel Lee Pike, RB Timothy Scott Harden, DE Chester Charles Moeller II, DB Theodore E. Dumbauld, LB Terrence Anderson, C

Maxwell Trophy

Awarded annually to "the outstanding college football player in the nation," is presented by the Maxwell Club of Philadelphia.

Year 1954 1957 1960 1963

Player Ronald G. Beagle, E Robert H. Reifsnyder, T Joseph M. Bellino, HB Roger T. Staubach, QB

Player Joe Ince, HB Allen Roodhouse, HB Daniel Lee Pike, RB Timothy Scott Harden, DE Theodore E. Dumbauld, LB Carl Voss, OG Terrence Anderson, C

Year 1963 1965 1969 1974 1980 1991 1999

Player Thomas J. Hamilton, HB William Porter Lawrence, HB Roger Staubach, QB

Year 1976 1984 2000

Rhodes Scholars

Player Francis Rahr Duborg, G Stansfield Turner, G

Year 1929 1947

Football Hall of Fame

Each year the National Football Foundation honors former college football players and coaches who rank among the greats of the game and inducts them into its Hall of Fame. Since inductions began in 1951, 22 former Naval Academy players and two coaches have been honored in the Hall of Fame.

Year 1951 1951 1956 1960 1965 1967 1968 1970 1970 1971 1973 1977 1981 1985 1985 1986 1987 1994 1997 2000 2003 2004 2010

Player (Years Played) Gil Dobie, Head Coach (1917-19) John H. Brown, G (1910-13) Don Whitmire, T (1943-44) Fred Borries, HB (1932-34) Thomas J. Hamilton, HB (1924-26) Slade D. Cutter, T (1932-34) Jonas H. Ingram, FB (1906) Frank H. Wickhorst, T (1924-26) John Patrick Dalton, FB (1908-11) Clyde Scott, HB (1944-45) William Ingram, HB (1916-18) Joseph M. Bellino, HB (1958-60) Roger T. Staubach, QB (1962-64) George Brown, G (1942-43) Anthony (Skip) Minisi, HB (1945) Ron Beagle, E (1953-55) Dick Scott, C (1945-47) Steve Eisenhauer, G (1952-53) Bob Reifsnyder, T (1956-57) Dick Duden, E (1943-45) Napoleon McCallum, RB (1981-85) George Welsh, QB and Head Coach (1953-55 and 1973-81) Chet Moeller, DB (1973-75)

Gold Medal Honors Year 1970 1979 1990 2007

Player Thomas J. Hamilton, HB William Porter Lawrence, B Thomas Hinman Moorer, T Roger Staubach, QB

GTE Academic All-America Hall of Fame Year 1992

Player (Years Played) Steve Eisenhauer, G (1952-53)

Joe Bellino won the Maxwell Trophy In 1960.

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TEAM AWARDS The Vice Admiral William P. Mack Award

The Vice Admiral William P. Mack Award is given annually to the Navy football player who has shown the most improvement during spring practice. The award was initiated in 1976 and is named in honor of Vice Admiral Mack, the Naval Academy Superintendent from 197275, and a strong supporter of the school's intercollegiate athletic program. The Winners 1976 Kelvin Graham, DL Ed Reid, DE 1977 John Taylor, OT 1978 1979 Ted Dumbauld, LB 1980 Curt Gainer, TE Ken Fancher, LB 1981 Jeff Johnson, OG 1982 1983 Rick Pagel, DE 1984 John Carroll, DB Chris Castelli, OG 1985 1986 Enoch Blazis, NG 1987 John Nobers, QB 1988 Bert Pangrazio, FB 1989 Steve Tazza, DB 1990 Dave Christel, DT 1991 Robert Goodson, DT Greg Hubbard, OG 1992 James Spaman, TE 1993 1994 Ross Scott, WR Shaun Stephenson, WR 1995 1996 Charles Fisher, DB 1997 Gary Lane, DB 1998 Keith Mier, LB 1999 Ron Winchester, OT 2000 Josh Bock, SB 2001 Jeff Gaddy, WR 2002 Lane Jackson, LB 2003 Bobby McClarin, LB 2004 Lord Cole, CB 2005 Tye Adams, DE 2006 Andrew McGinn, OT 2007 Paul Bridgers, OT 2008 Craig Schaefer, OLB 2009 Tyler Simmons, LB 2010 Dylon Porlas, DB 2011 Trey Miller, QB

The E.E. Rip Miller Award

The E.E. Rip Miller Award is presented to the season's most valuable player as voted on by his teammates.. The Winners 1986 Vince McBeth, LB 1987 Matt Felt, C 1988 Mark Pimpo, LB 1989 David Lowe. OLB 1990 Alton Grizzard, QB 1991 Byron Ogden, LB 1992 Chad Chatlos, DB 1993 Jason Van Matre, QB 1994 Damon Dixon, WR 1995 Andy Thompson, DB 1996 Ben Fay, QB 1997 Michael Ogden, DL 1998 Jason Snider, DL 1999 Chris Lepore, DB 2000 Chris Lepore, DB 2001 Ed Malinowski, QB 2002 Bryce McDonald, FB 2003 Craig Candeton, QB 2004 Aaron Polanco, QB 2005 Lamar Owens, QB 2006 David Mahoney, OLB 2007 Reggie Campbell, SB 2008 Shun White, SB 2009 Ross Pospisil, LB 2010 Greg Jones, WR

The Roger Staubach Award

The Roger Staubach Award is presented to the Navy varsity football player in the graduating class who has contributed the most to the team’s success over his playing career. The Winners Eddie Carthan, OLB 2003 Bobby McClarin, LB 2004 Eric Shuey, P 2005 2006 Jeremy McGown, DB 2007 Zerbin Singleton, SB Tyree Barnes, WR 2008 Ross Pospisil, LB 2009 2010 Wyatt Middleton, DB

The George Fritzinger Memorial Award

The George Fritzinger Memorial Award is presented annually to a member of the graduating class who, as a football interior lineman, has excelled as a student-athlete and has contributed to the overall team leadership and spirit. The award was initiated in 1991 by the family of George Fritzinger, a 1959 Naval Academy graduate who was a three-year letterman on the varsity football team, playing both ways, and a member of Navy's 1957 team which defeated Rice, 20-7, in the 1958 Cotton Bowl. He later served in the U.S. Air Force. The Winners 1991 Michael Davis, OG 1992 Bob Kuberski, DE 1993 Blair Sokol, OT 1994 Dean Wakeham, OT 1995 Andy Person, DE 1996 Thomas Poulter, DE 1997 Michael Ogden,DE 1998 Blaine Kindler, OG 1999 Kostas Hatzidakis, OT 2000 Brad Wimsatt, DT 2001 Brian Schulz, C 2002 Derek Jaskowiak, OT 2003 Josh Goodin, OG 2004 August Roitsch, OG 2005 Jeremy Chase, DE 2006 John Chan, DE 2007 Antron Harper, C 2008 Anthony Gaskins, OG 2009 Michael Walsh, DE 2010 Jeff Battipaglia, OT

The Joe Bellino Award

The Joe Bellino Award is presented to the Navy varsity football player of the graduating class who is the leading ground gainer over his playing career. The Winners 2003 Craig Candeto, QB 2004 Kyle Eckel, FB 2005 Lamar Owens, QB 2006 Brian Hampton, QB 2007 Adam Ballard, FB 2008 Shun White, SB 2009 Bobby Doyle, SB 2010 Ricky Dobbs, QB

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The Jeffrey Korn Memorial Scholar-Athlete Award

The Jeffrey Korn Memorial Scholar-Athlete Award is given each year to the first classman (senior) on the varsity football team who demonstrates excellence both in the classroom and on the football field. The award was first presented in 1984 by Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Korn in memory of their son, Jeffrey, a member of the Class of 1983 and a football letterman, who died in a traffic accident in the summer of 1982. The Winners Chris Weiler, SE 1984 Greg Schildmeyer, TE 1985 1986 Mike Ray, FL 1987 Mike Musser, DT Kevin Voss, TE 1988 Steve Tazza, DB 1989 1990 Frank Schenk, K 1991 B.J. Mason, WR Mike Kozub, FB 1992 1993 Steve Lipsey, DB 1994 Chris Hart, DB 1995 Brian Schrum, P 1996 Scott Zimmerman, OT 1997 Jason Covarrubias, P 1998 Tom Vanderhorst, K Terrence Anderson, C 1999 Brad Wimsatt, DT 2000 2001 Matt Berger, DT Grant Moody, OG 2002 2003 Eli Sanders, S 2004 Jeff Vanak, DE 2005 Marshall Green, OT 2006 Tyler Tidwell, OLB 2007 Irv Spencer, LB 2008 Rashawn King, CB 2009 Craig Schaefer, OLB 2010 Kyle Delahooke, P

The Napoleon McCallum Award

The Napoleon McCallum Award is presented to the Navy varsity football player of the graduating class who has gained the most all-purpose yards in his career. The Winners 2003 Tony Lane, SB 2004 Kyle Eckel, FB 2005 Marco Nelson, SB 2006 Jason Tomlinson, WR 2007 Reggie Campbell, SB 2008 Shun White, SB 2009 Bobby Doyle, SB 2010 Ricky Dobbs, QB

The Ron Winchester Unsung Hero Award

The Ron Winchester Unsung Hero Award is presented to an unheralded senior recognized as an over achiever and role model, as selected by a vote of his teammates. The Winners 2005 Ed Kotulski, DE 2006 Anthony Piccioni, LB 2007 Jonathan Alvarado, LB 2008 Jarod Bryant, QB 2009 Cameron Marshall, DE 2010 Trey Grissom, LB


NAVAL ACADEMY ATHLETIC AWARDS

Football Players That Won the Thompson Trophy

Presented to the midshipman, male or female, declared by the Association's Athletic Committee to have done the most during the year for the promotion of athletics at the Naval Academy. Year 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1914 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1934 1935 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 Dec. '41 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1948 1950 1951 1952 1954 1955 1956 1959 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1968 1970 1972 1974 1976 1977

Name-Class C.S. Bookwalter '94 A.G. Kavanagh '94 F.D. Karns '95 L.C. Palmer '96 J.W. Powell '97 John Halligan Jr. '98 J.K. Taussig '99 F.D. Berrien '00 R. Williams '01 N.E. Nichols '02 F.H. Potett '03 W.F. Halsey Jr. '04 J.C. Farley '05 D.L. Howard '06 H.L. Spencer '07 A.H. Douglas '08 P.W. Northcroft '09 E.D. Wilson '11 Frank Loftin '11 D.W. Hamilton '12 K.P. Gilcrest '14 E.W. Miles '18 E.W. Miles '18 W.A. Ingram '20 E.D. Graves Jr. '21 E.P. Moore '21 E.E. Larson '22 H.A. Bolles '23 S.G. Barchet '24 T.J. Hamilton '27 E.A. Hannigan '28 E.W. Parish Jr. '29 C.W. Hughes '30 R.M. Bowstrom '31 M.H. Tuttle '32 J.J. Waybright '34 W.C. Clark '35 R.E. Dornin '35 C.M. Fellows '36 A.H. Soucek '37 W.T. Ingram '38 L.D. Cooke '39 E.S. Gillette Jr. '40 H.A. Harwood '42 W.M. Chewning '42 R.J. Zoeller '43 A.S. Cameron '44 B.S. Martin '46 D.A. Barksdale '46 D.B. Whitmire '47 R.U. Scott '48 P.J. Ryan '50 W.C. Earl '51 R.P. McDonald' 52 F.J. Franco Jr. '54 J.A. Gattuso '55 G.T. Welsh' 56 Raymond Wellborn '59 Joseph Bellino '61 John Hewitt '62 Roger Staubach '65 Roger Staubach '65 Roger Staubach '65 Roger Bickel '66 William Dow '68 Daniel Pike '70 Charles Voith '73 Cleveland Cooper '75 Chester Moeller '76 Jeffrey Sapp '77

Other Varsity Sport Crew Crew/Track Crew/Track Crew Crew Track Track/Baseball Crew Crew Baseball

1978 1979 1981 1984 1997 2000 2003 2005 2008 2010

Joseph Guttuso Jr. '78 Phil McConkey '79 Theodore Dumbauld '81 Andrew Ponseigo '84 Benjamin Fay' 97 Terrence Anderson' 00 Craig Candeto ‘04 Aaron Polanco ‘05 Zerbin Singleton ‘08 Ricky Dobbs ‘11

Outdoor Track Baseball

Baseball

Crew

Baseball Baseball Track

Wrestling/Crew Lacrosse Lacrosse Football Football Crew Crew Crew Lacrosse Crew Baseball Basketball/Baseball Baseball Lacrosse Wrestling Basketball

Track Lacrosse Basketball/Lacrosse Basketball/Lacrosse Lacrosse Basketball/Baseball Baseball Lacrosse Baseball Basketball Track Track Boxing/Lacrosse Track Lacrosse Lacrosse Lacrosse

Wrestling Baseball

Baseball Lacrosse Basketball/Baseball Baseball Baseball

Basketball Lacrosse Lacrosse

Fred Borries won the NAAA Sword for Men in 1935.

Presented to the midshipman of the graduating class declared by the Association's Athletic Committee to have personally excelled in athletics during his years of varsity competition. Name-Class C.S. Bookwalter '94 A.G. Kavanagh '94 F.D. Karns '95 L.C. Palmer '96 A.H. McCarthy '97 W.B. Tardy '98 S. Gannon '00 C.T. Wade '00 O.W. Fowler '01 E.S. Land '02 F.V. McNair '03 K. Whiting '05 J.H. Ingram '07 W.H. Dague Jr .'08 R.E. Jones '09 P.V. Weems '12 J.P. Dalton '12 J.L. Hall '13 J.H. Brown Jr. '14 H.E. Overesch '15

Other Varsity Sport Crew Crew/Track Crew/Track Crew

Crew Track

Crew Baseball/Track Track Crew/Track Baseball Baseball Wrestling/Crew Track Basketball/Baseball Crew/Track Basketball/Crew

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M.A. Kercher '16 Crew C.O. Ward '17 Wrestling/Crew H.M. Martin '19 Basketball/Lacrosse W.A. Ingram '20 Crew H. Clark '21 Lacrosse C.W. King '22 Crew I.C. McKee '24 Basketball/Baseball I.C. McKee '24 Basketball/Baseball C.F. Chillingsworth '25 Crew R.N. Flippin '26 Basketball/Lacrosse D.T. Eddy '28 Crew H.F. Ransford '28 Lacrosse T.R. Wilson '29 Baseball B.F. Swan '30 Boxing/Lacrosse A.D. Gray '31 Crew G.W. Underwood '32 Track W.R. Kane '33 Wrestling/Track H.Q. Murray '34 Lacrosse F. Borries Jr. '35 Basketball/Baseball L.B. Robertshaw '36 Basketball W.T. Ingram '38 Basketball/Baseball F.C. Lynch '38 Basketball/Track L.C. Powell '39 Baseball A.A. Bergner '40 Boxing/Wrestling/Lax S.H. Werner '42 Baseball W.S. Busik '43 Basketball G.C. Brown Jr. '45 Track H.R. Duden Jr. '47 Basketball/Baseball J.H. Carrington '48 Swimming/Lax E.N. Smith' 48 Wrestling/Track W.F. Hawkins '50 Baseball J.C. Hunt Jr. '51 Wrestling/Lax F.C. Davis '52 Basketball/Track Ronald Beagle '56 Lacrosse A.A. Stremic '58 Wrestling Joseph Bellino '61 Baseball Greg Mather '62 Track Thomas Lynch '64 Brigade Boxing Roger Staubach '65 Baseball Terrence Murray '68 Track/Baseball John McNallen '71 Lacrosse Chester Moeller '76 Edward Meyers '82 Andrew Ponseigo '84 Baseball Napoleon McCallum '85 Alton Grizzard '91 Christopher McCoy '98 Craig Candeto ‘04 Baseball David Mahoney ‘07

NOTE: "graduating class" requirement added in 1952

Football Players That Won the NAAA Sword

Year 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1907 1908 1909 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915

1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 Dec. '41 1942 1944 1946 1947 1948 1950 1951 1952 1956 1958 1961 1962 1964 1965 1968 1971 1976 1982 1984 1986 1991 1998 2004 2007

Coaches' Calvert Award

Presented by the Naval Academy Athletic Association in honor of Vice Admiral James Calvert, Superintendent of the Naval Academy (1968-72), to the varsity letterman of the graduating class selected by the varsity coaches as having persevered the most in his or her career. Year 1994 1999

Name-Class Other Varsity Sport Jason Van Matre '94 Thomas Vanderhorst '99


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ALL-TIME SCORES 1879

Captain: Bill Maxwell D11 Baltimore Athletic Club

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