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SCHEDULES 2013 Schedule

Date Opponent Sept. 7 at Indiana Sept. 14 Delaware Sept. 28 at Western Kentucky Oct. 5 Air Force at Duke Oct. 12 Oct. 19 at Toledo Oct. 26 Pittsburgh (Homecoming) Nov. 2 at Notre Dame Nov. 9 Hawai’i South Alabama Nov. 16 Nov. 22 at San Jose State Dec. 14 vs. Army All Times Eastern

Time 6:00 PM 3:30 PM 7:00 PM 11:30 AM TBA 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 3:30 PM 3:30 PM 3:30 PM 9:30 PM 3:00 PM

2012 In Review

Series Record Indiana leads, 2-1 Navy leads, 9-7 Navy leads, 2-0 Air Force leads, 27-18 Navy leads, 20-14-5 Toledo leads, 2-1 Pittsburgh leads, 22-13-3 Notre Dame leads, 73-12-1 Hawai’i leads, 2-0 First Meeting San Jose State leads, 2-0 Navy leads, 57-49-7

Date Opponent vs. Notre Dame Sept. 1 at Penn State Sept. 15 Sept. 22 VMI Sept. 29 San Jose State at Air Force Oct. 6 Oct. 12 at Central Michigan Indiana Oct. 20 Oct. 27 at East Carolina Nov. 3 Florida Atlantic at Troy Nov. 10 Texas State Nov. 17 vs. Army Dec. 8 Dec. 29 vs. Arizona State @ @ Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl

Result Lost, 50-10 Lost, 34-7 Won, 41-3 Lost, 12-0 Won, 28-21 (OT) Won, 31-13 Won, 31-30 Won, 56-28 Won, 24-17 Lost, 41-31 Won, 21-10 Won, 17-13 Lost, 62-28

2014

2015

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 (Baltimore, Md.) at Temple at Texas State Rutgers Western Kentucky at Air Force VMI San Jose State (Homecoming) vs. Notre Dame (Landover, Md.) Georgia Southern at South Alabama vs. Army (Baltimore, Md.)

Sept. 5 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 24 Nov. 28 Dec. 12

Attendance 48,820 98,792 35,671 32,375 38,927 15,074 33,441 48,327 29,326 24,321 31,004 69,607 34,172

TV Big Ten Network CBS Sports Network TBA CBS TBA TBA CBS Sports Network NBC CBS Sports Network CBS Sports Network ESPN2 CBS

TV CBS ABC/ESPN2 CBS Sports Network CBS Sports Network CBS ESPN2 CBS Sports Network Fox Sports Net CBS Sports Network ESPN3 CBS Sports Network CBS ESPN2

Colgate Air Force at Notre Dame (Homecoming) at Hawai’i Army (Philadelphia, Pa.)

2016

Sept. 3 Oct. 1 Oct. 22 Nov. 5 Dec.10

Location Bloomington, Ind. Annapolis, Md. Bowling Green, Ky. Annapolis, Md. Durham, N.C. Toledo, Ohio Annapolis, Md. South Bend, Ind. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. San Jose, Calif. Philadelphia, Pa.

Location Dublin, Ireland State College, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Colorado Springs, Colo. Mt. Pleasant, Mich. Annapolis, Md. Greenville, N.C. Annapolis, Md. Troy, Ala. Annapolis, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. San Francisco, Calif.

Fordham at Air Force (Homecoming) vs. Notre Dame (TBA) vs. Army (Baltimore, Md.)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

This is Navy Football

Game Day in Annapolis 1926 National Champions Joe Bellino, 1960 Heisman Trophy Winner Roger Staubach, 1963 Heisman Trophy Winner Go Navy! Beat Army! Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy The American Athletic Conference United States Naval 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 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 17-19 20-21 22-27 24 25 26 26 26 27 28-29 28 28 28 29 29 30-31 32 33 34-35 36-37 38-39 40 41

Coaching Staff

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

Midshipmen Profiles

Player Profiles

2013 Opponents

2013 Season Outlook

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2013 Preseason Notes Preseason Depth Chart Pronunciation Chart Numerical Roster Alphabetical Roster Geographic Breakdown

44-48 49 49 50-51 52-53 54-55

Indiana Hoosiers (9/7) Delaware Blue Hens (9/14) Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (9/28) Air Force Falcons (10/5) Duke Blue Devils (10/12) Toledo Rockets (10/19) Pittsburgh Panthers (10/26) Notre Dame Fighting Irish (11/2) Hawai’i Warriors (11/9) South Alabama Jaguars (11/16) San Jose State Spartans (11/22) Army Black Knights (12/14) All-Time Results vs. Opponents 2013-14 NCAA College Football Bowl Schedule

58-59 60 61 62-72 73-75 75

78-103

106 106 106 107 107 107 108 108 108 109 109 109 110-119 120-121


TABLE OF CONTENTS

2012 Season 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

124 124 124-125 126 127-139

Navy Football History

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

Navy Bowl History

142-151 142-143 144-145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152-154 155-156 157 158-161 161-162 163 164 165 165 166 167 168 169

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 2012 Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl Bowl Records

Media Information

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

172-181 182 183 184-195

198-207 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208-209

212 213 213 214 215 216

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Game Day In Annapolis....................................................6–7 1926 National Champions................................................8–9 Heisman Trophy Winners – Bellino & Staubach.... 10–11 Go Navy! Beat Army!.................................................... 12–13 Commander–In–Chief’s Trophy................................ 14–15 The American Athletic Conference.................................16 USNA History and Traditions...................................... 17–19 Athletic & Football Facilities....................................... 20–31 Navy–Marine Corps Memorial Stadium............. 22–27 Chet Gladchuk, Director of Athletics........................ 30–31 The Blue & Gold...................................................................32 Executive Athletic Council.................................................33 Academic Achievement.............................................. 34–35 Community Service...................................................... 36–37 Annapolis and the Chesapeake Region.................. 38–39 Midshipmen in Professional Football..............................40 The National Spotlight.........................................................41

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Navy Football An American treasure, Navy football will bring a small historic district to life five times this fall. A Navy football “Game Day 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 all-you-can-eat and drink buffet for two-anda-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 1916-1918, 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 AllAmerica 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 oneyard 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 •

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

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

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

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Rushing Receiving Punt Ret. KO Ret. Scoring No. Yds. No. Yds. No. Yds. No. Yds. TD Conv. 63 266 19 240 3 36 4 203 5 5 99 564 9 100 6 123 6 88 8 0 168 834 17 280 5 97 13 286 18 1 330 1664 45 620 14 256 23 577 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 threeconsecutive 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 threetime 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 fourth-quarter 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 Navy-Marine 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

Passing Year Comp. Att. Pct. Yds. Int. 1962 67 98 68.4 966 3 1963 107 161 66.4 1474 6 1964 119 204 58.3 1131 10 Career 293 463 63.6 3571 19

TD 7 7 4 18

Rushing Total Offense No. Yds. TD Yds. 85 265 7 1231 156 418 8 1892 104 -1 2 1130 345 682 17 4253

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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 yell “Beat Army!” at the end of Blue & Gold, the Naval Academy’s alma mater. Navy has an eight-year unbeaten streak against Army in the overall series and are 38-2-2 against the Black Knights over the last 42 years. 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. Navy is 16-0-1 against Army over the last 17 years in the Star series and is 30-3-2 over the last 35 years. The Mids were 12-10-1 against Army in 2012-13 Star Games.

ARMY–NAVY ALL-TIME SERIES

Annie-Norah Beveridge, Women’s Cross Country

All-Time Army–­­Navy Record Navy leads.......................................................................................... 970-739-40 (.566) Army–Navy - The 2012-13 Season 2012-13 Overall Record vs. Army............................................................16-16-1 (.500) 2012-13 Star Game Record vs. Army..................................................... 12-10-1 (.543)

2012-13 STAR GAME HIGHLIGHTS

Men’s Cross Country Navy took eight of the top-nine places and went on to defeat Army, 20-43, in the Star Meet at the U.S. Naval Academy Golf Club in Annapolis. It marks the fourthconsecutive Star Meet win for Navy, which has now won 13 of the last 16 duals between the programs. Sophomore John Sweeney led the pack of Mids with a time of 24:40.77 to finish second. Women’s Cross Country Navy got a course-record time from sophomore Annie-Norah Beveridge and defeated Army, 20-40, in the annual Star Meet at the U.S. Naval Academy Golf Club in Annapolis. Navy runners took seven of the top-10 places in the 6k race to pick up its second consecutive win over the Black Knights. The Mids have now won five of the last seven duals between the academies. Norah Beveridge established a course record with a time of 21:13.9, easily smashing the old mark of 21:45, set by Keira Carlstrom of American in 2004. Women’s Soccer Sophomore Jade Seabrook’s header in the 72nd minute gave Navy a 1-0 win over Army in the Star Game at West Point. Navy captured the N-Star for the second straight season and increased its lead in Star Games to 10-7-2. Navy holds a 12-10-2 edge in the overall series.

Mark Vetere, Men’s Indoor Track & Field

Teronda Brown, Women’s Indoor Track & Field

Men’s Swimming & Diving The Navy swimming and diving teams combined to win 23 events and extend their respective winning streaks over Army at the Salvation Army Kroc Center in Philadelphia, Pa. The Navy men recorded a 196-104 win against its counterparts from Army. The Navy men’s team has now defeated the Black Knights in each of the last 22 years, which ties as the second-longest streak in Army-Navy series history with the Navy men’s tennis team. Women’s Swimming & Diving The Navy swimming and diving teams combined to win 23 events and extend their respective winning streaks over Army at the Salvation Army Kroc Center in Philadelphia, Pa. The Navy women posted a 207-93 victory over the Black Knights and have now won 24-consecutive meets in the series to extend the longest winning streak in Army-Navy history in any sport.

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John Sweeney, Men’s Cross Country

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Football Keenan Reynolds extended Navy’s dominance against Army, scoring the winning touchdown late in the fourth quarter in a 17-13 victory in the 113th rivalry game at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field. Navy beat Army for the 11th straight time and won the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy awarded to the team with the best record in games among the three service academies. Army and Navy each beat Air Force, putting the prestigious trophy up for grabs in the regular-season finale for the first time since 2005.

Keenan Reynolds, Football

Men’s Indoor Track & Field The Navy men’s track and field team (8-0) defeated Army, 93-88, in the annual Indoor Star Meet at West Point. Navy won nine events on the day and five of the six field events. Navy defeated Army in indoor track and field for the secondstraight season and increased its series lead to 27-25-2. Sophomore Mark Vetere won the pole vault with a personal-best height of 16-9¼ (5.11m). The mark was over the IC4A standard and tied for the fourth-best indoor mark in school history. Sophomore Josh Drablos was second at 15-3 (4.65m). Women’s Indoor Track & Field The Navy women’s track and field team defeated Army, 97-84, to win an eighthstraight Indoor N-Star at West Point. Navy won eight events and went 1-2 in the long jump, triple jump, shot put and weight throw. Navy has won eight-straight Indoor N-Stars (2006-13) and extends its indoor series lead to 14-12-1. Junior Teronda Brown won the shot put with a personal-best mark of 46-6¾ (14.19m). Brown’s mark was well over the ECAC standard and is the second-best indoor mark in school history. Wrestling The Navy wrestling team won seven of the 10 bouts, including the first three of the night, to secure a 22-10 victory over arch rival Army in the annual Star Match at Christl Arena in West Point, N.Y. The Midshipmen have won 13 consecutive matches against the Black Knights, including eight in a row at West Point, and boast a 47-5-5 advantage in the series.

Jade Seabrook, Women’s Soccer

phen Moore, Baseball

Brigid Byrne, Women’s Outdoor Track & Field

Baseball The Navy baseball team swept a doubleheader from Army, winning game one, 7-1, and then game two, 4-2, to win the N-Star at an overcast and windy Doubleday Field in West Point, N.Y. Kash Manzelli went a combined 5-for-8 with four RBIs in the two games, while starting pitchers Stephen Moore and Anthony Parenti both earned victories. Moore limited the Black Knights to just five hits in his first-career complete-game effort; he also struck out four and didn’t issue a walk. In game two, Parenti scattered four hits over six complete innings, struck out five and yielded one earned run. Men’s Outdoor Track & Field The Navy men’s track and field team defeated Army, 105-97, to win the Outdoor N-Star at Ingram Field. Navy won 10 events on the day to sweep Army in the indoor and outdoor Star Meets for the second year in a row. Junior Zack Duncavage clinched the meet in the final event by taking first place in the discus with a school-record and Army-Navy Star Meet record of 185-2 (56.44m). Duncavage also won the shot put at 52-3¼ (15.93m) and placed fifth in the hammer throw at (174-0, 53.03m), surpassing the IC4A standard in all three events.

Zach Duncavage, Men’s Outdoor Track & Field

Women’s Outdoor Track & Field The Navy women’s track and field team defeated Army, 107-96, at Ingram Field in the Outdoor Star Meet. Navy won 11 events to claim its fifth-straight Outdoor Star Meet over Army and take its first lead in the outdoor series at 14-13. Navy’s Class of 2013 becomes the third in program history to graduate with an 8-0 record in dual meets against Army and the Mids swept the season series for the fifth-straight year. In the second-to-last running event of the day, senior Brigid Byrne won the 5,000m run with an outdoor personal best and ECACqualifying time of 16:54.22. The time is a new Army-Navy Star Meet record and the second-best outdoor 5K time in Navy history.

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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.

u Freshman kicker Nick Sloan was true on field goals of 39 and 41 yards, helping lead the Mids to a 28-21 overtime win over Air Force.

Navy has dominated of late, winning the trophy eight of the last 10 years and winning 19 of the last 21 Service Academy games against Air Force and Army in the process. Navy has won the trophy a total of 13 times: 1973, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1981, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2012. 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 aof 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.

q Freshman quarterback Keenan Reynolds scored the game-winning touchdown on an eightyard run with 4:11 remaining in the game, giving the Mids their 11thconsecutive win over the Black Knights of Army.

The year in which the trophy is won is engraved on a plate gracing the respective academy’s side of the trophy.

President Barack Obama addresses the Navy football team at the White House after the Midshipmen won the 2012 Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy.

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All-Time CIC Trophy Scores 1972 Winner – Army Navy 21, Air Force 17 Army 17, Air Force 14 Army 23, Navy 15

1982 Winner – Air Force Air Force 24, Navy 21 Air Force 27, Army 9 Navy 24, Army 7

1993 Retained by Air Force Navy 28, Air Force 24 Air Force 25, Army 6 Army 16, Navy 14

2004 Winner – Navy Navy 24, Air Force 21 Air Force 31, Army 22 Navy 42, Army 13

1973 Winner – Navy Navy 42, Air Force 6 Air Force 43, Army 10 Navy 51, Army 0

1983 Winner – Air Force Air Force 44, Navy 17 Air Force 41, Army 20 Navy 42, Army 13

1994 Winner – Air Force Air Force 43, Navy 21 Air Force 10, Army 6 Army 22, Navy 20

2005 Winner – Navy Navy 27, Air Force 24 Army 27, Air Force 24 Navy 42, Army 23

1974 Retained by Navy Air Force 19, Navy 16 Army 17, Air Force 16 Navy 19, Army 0

1984 Winner – Army Air Force 29, Navy 22 Army 24, Air Force 12 Army 28, Navy 11

1995 Winner – Air Force Air Force 30, Navy 20 Air Force 38, Army 20 Army 14, Navy 13

2006 Winner – Navy Navy 24, Air Force 17 Air Force 43, Army 7 Navy 26, Army 14

1975 Winner – Navy Navy 17, Air Force 0 Air Force 33, Army 3 Navy 30, Army 6

1985 Winner – Air Force Air Force 24, Navy 7 Air Force 45, Army 7 Navy 17, Army 7

1996 Winner – Army Navy 20, Air Force 17 Army 23, Air Force 7 Army 28, Navy 24

2007 Winner – Navy Navy 31, Air Force 20 Air Force 30, Army 10 Navy 38, Army 3

1976 Retained by Navy Air Force 13, Navy 3 Army 24, Air Force 7 Navy 38, Army 10

1986 Winner – Army Air Force 40, Navy 6 Army 21, Air Force 11 Army 27, Navy 7

1997 Winner – Air Force Air Force 10, Navy 7 Air Force 24, Army 0 Navy 39, Army 7

2008 Winner – Navy Navy 33, Air Force 27 Air Force 16, Army 7 Navy 34, Army 0

1977 Winner – Army Navy 10, Air Force 7 Army 31, Air Force 6 Army 17, Navy 14

1987 Winner – Air Force Air Force 23, Navy 13 Air Force 27, Army 10 Army 17, Navy 3

1998 Winner – Air Force Air Force 49, Navy 7 Air Force 35, Army 7 Army 34, Navy 30

2009 Winner – Navy Navy 16, Air Force 13 (OT) Air Force 35, Army 7 Navy 17, Army 3

1978 Winner – Navy Navy 37, Air Force 8 Army 28, Air Force 14 Navy 28, Army 0

1988 Winner – Army Air Force 34, Navy 24 Army 28, Air Force 15 Army 20, Navy 15

1999 Winner – Air Force Air Force 19, Navy 14 Air Force 28, Army 0 Navy 19, Army 9

2010 Winner – Air Force Air Force 14, Navy 6 Air Force 42, Army 22 Navy 31, Army 17

1979 Winner – Navy Navy 13, Air Force 9 Air Force 28, Army 7 Navy 31, Army 7

1989 Winner – Air Force Air Force 35, Navy 7 Air Force 29, Army 3 Navy 19, Army 17

2000 Winner – Air Force Air Force 27, Navy 13 Air Force 41, Army 27 Navy 30, Army 28

2011 Winner – Air Force Air Force 35, Navy 34 (OT) Air Force 24, Army 14 Navy 27, Army 21

1980 Retained by Navy Air Force 21, Navy 20 Army 47, Air Force 24 Navy 33, Army 6

1990 Winner – Air Force Air Force 24, Navy 7 Air Force 15, Army 3 Army 30, Navy 20

2001 Winner – Air Force Air Force 24, Navy 18 Air Force 34, Army 24 Army 26, Navy 17

2012 Winner – Navy Navy 28, Air Force 21 (OT) Army 41, Air Force 21 Navy 17, Army 13

1981 Winner – Navy Navy 30, Air Force 13 Air Force 7, Army 3 Navy 3, Army 3

1991 Winner – Air Force Air Force 46, Navy 6 Air Force 25, Army 0 Navy 24, Army 3

2002 Winner – Air Force Air Force 48, Navy 7 Air Force 49, Army 30 Navy 58, Army 12

1992 Winner – Air Force Air Force 18, Navy 16 Air Force 7, Army 3 Army 25, Navy 24

2003 Winner – Navy Navy 28, Air Force 25 Air Force 31, Army 3 Navy 34, Army 6

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Not entirely unlike the nation that provides its namesake, the American Athletic Conference was born from an ideal in which members with ambitious goals are provided with the means to succeed in their quests for excellence. With roots that extend to three conferences, the American Athletic Conference membership in 2013 – its debut season – consists of 10 institutions: the University of Central Florida, the University of Cincinnati, the University of Connecticut, the University of Houston, the University of Louisville, the University of Memphis, Rutgers University, Southern Methodist University, the University of South Florida and Temple University. In 2014-15, East Carolina University, Tulane University and the University of Tulsa come aboard. The 2015-16 season sees the U.S. Naval Academy join the ranks in football only. The American, which operated as the Big East Conference from 1979 to 2013, will immediately take a place at the forefront of Division I athletics, with schools that have played in a combined five Bowl Championship Series games, won four NCAA men’s basketball titles since 1999, and won eight NCAA women’s basketball championships since 1995. Among the league’s 2013 members, seven of The American’s 10 football teams have been ranked in the top 13 in the BCS since 2006. Eight of the 10 teams have been in the BCS top 25 in that span. The 2013-14 membership will also include the most recent NCAA men’s basketball (Louisville) and women’s basketball (UConn) champions. The 2013 season will mark the final year of a six-year arrangement with ESPN that gives The American national exposure on ABC television and the ESPN family of networks. ESPN, ESPN2 or ABC will carry a minimum of 19 American home football games each season. Championship Week in December includes three American games on either ABC, ESPN or ESPN2. At least four American games are featured on ESPN’s Thursday-night package. In addition, ESPN Regional Television will continue to produce and distribute its Game of the Week package to a nationally syndicated audience, reaching more than 30 million homes. Most of these games also will be available as part of the ESPN GamePlan subscription service. Finally, a minimum of five home games will be carried on ESPNU. Following the 2013 football season, the American Athletic Conference enters new television partnerships with ESPN and CBS Sports which will give the conference unprecedented national exposure. The football portion of the contract, which begins in the 2014 season, calls for nearly 90 percent of conference-controlled games on national broadcast or national cable platforms. The first American Athletic Conference Football Championship, which will be played in 2015, will be carried either on ABC or ESPN on Championship Saturday. In men’s basketball, the new television deal calls for all conference-controlled games to be televised, with more than 63 percent slotted for national broadcast or national cable – a minimum of 107 games. The entire postseason tournament will be televised, including the championship game, which will be either on ABC or ESPN. Sixty percent of the American’s women’s

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basketball games will be carried on either national cable, regional sports networks or ESPN3. American Athletic Conference teams will have access to the pinnacle of college football’s postseason structure, both in the coming season and beyond. In 2013-14, the league champion will receive an automatic bid for the final edition of the Bowl Championship Series, including a spot in the VIZIO National Championship Game if it is ranked No. 1 or No. 2 in the final BCS standings. Moving forward, The American champion would be chosen for the College Football Playoff semifinals if it is among the top four teams following the regular season. Otherwise, the league would place its champion in either the Cotton Bowl, Fiesta Bowl or Peach Bowl if it is ranked higher than the champions of Conference USA, the Mid-American Conference, the Mountain West Conference and the Sun Belt Conference. The American has additional partnerships with a number of bowl games that match conference teams against opponents from the Atlantic Coast Conference, the Big 12 Conference, the Southeastern Conference and Conference USA. The Russell Athletic Bowl has the first selection of American teams after the conference’s BCS representative is determined. The Atlantic Coast Conference will provide the opposition for the Russell Athletic Bowl, which is played in Orlando, Fla. The American also is a partner with the Belk Bowl in Charlotte, N.C. Played in Bank of America Stadium, the Belk Bowl will select its American Athletic Conference participant after the Russell Athletic Bowl with the ACC again providing the opponent. The American and the Big 12 conferences partner for the New Era Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium in New York City. In the event that the Big 12 is unable to send an eligible team to the New Era Pinstripe Bowl, Notre Dame could step in as the American team’s opponent. An American representative will face either an opponent from the Southeastern Conference or the Conference USA champion as part of arrangements with the BBVA Compass Bowl in Birmingham, Ala., and the AutoZone Liberty Bowl in Memphis. The league also holds a partnership with the Beef ‘O’Brady’s Bowl at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla. The Beef ‘O’Brady’s Bowl pairs the American representative against an opponent from Conference USA. The postseason lineup gives American Athletic Conference teams access to at least six postseason games. The American Athletic Conference administers to its membership from a state-of-the-art office located in Providence, R.I. The location of the conference headquarters – just steps from the city’s Amtrak station and 10 minutes from T.F. Green International Airport – gives the conference easy access to its member schools. The conference headquarters is equipped with a complete video production studio and small- and large-scale meeting rooms to accommodate the many coaches’ and administrators’ meetings held on-site each year.


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 development in mind and character to assume the highest responsibilities of command, citizenship and government.”­ USNA QUICK FACTS Location...................................................... Annapolis, Md. Founded...................................................................... 1845 Superintendent...................... Vice Adm. Mike Miller, USN Commandant of Midshipmen............. Capt. Bill Byrne, USN Enrollment.................................................................. 4,400 Class of 2017 Profile Class Size.......................... 1,200 (927 men, 273 women) Applicants................ 17,819 (13,812 men, 4,007 women) HS Participation, Student Body Leader..................... 66% HS Participation, National Honor Society.................. 61% HS Participation, Varsity Athlete..................................90% HS Participation, Varsity Team Captain/Co-Captain. 67% HS Participation, Community Service........................ 88% Navy Assignments Graduates of the Naval Academy entering the Navy do so as ensigns and have the following service options: • Aviation – pilot, flight officer • Restricted Line and Staff Corps – civil engineering, information warfare, cryptology, intelligence, maintenance, medicine, meteorology/oceanography, supply • Special Operations – explosive ordnance disposal, explosive ordinance management, mine countermeasures, operational diving and salvage • Navy SEALs • Surface Warfare – conventional, nuclear powered • Submarines – nuclear powered

Vice Adm. Mike Miller, USN USNA Superintendent

MARINE CORPS ASSIGNMENTS Graduates enter the Marine Corps with a rank of second lieutenant. Those officers have the following service options: • 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.

Capt. Bill Byrne, USN

Commandant of Midshipmen

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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: 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

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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. 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 game day 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. Recently, many of the facilities have undergone extensive renovations, 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, the NCAA Zone Diving Championship, the ECAC Swimming Championship as well as several other highlycompetitive national events. In 2013 the Naval Academy will host a bowl game for the first time, the Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman. In the past seven years, Navy has also played host to Patriot League championships in the following sports: women’s basketball, women’s soccer, baseball, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s indoor and outdoor track and field, men’s and women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s golf and men’s and women’s 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 to a complete $42 million overhaul of Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium that gives the Midshipmen a dominant home-field football presence and made the facility the finest in college lacrosse. Other major facilitiy improvements include the building of the $18.5 million Brigade Sports Complex, the $18 million Hubbard Hall Rowing facility renovation, a $10 million renovation to the Lejeune Hall pool that included new tile throughout both the 50 meter pool and dive well, a replacement of the dive towers and the addition of video boards, a $5 million renovation of Rip Miller Field (removed crown, installed vertical drainage, replaced bleacher and press box), the $1.8 million Willis Bilderback-Dinty Moore Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame and a $1.5 million renovation of the Halsey Field House squash facility and Dyer Tennis Center. Other facility improvements have included the Ricketts Hall training room expansion, a new press box at the Glenn Warner Soccer facility, new hammer throw venues for track & field, installation of FieldTurf in Halsey Fieldhouse, new wrestling locker rooms as well as major renovations to the Terwilliger Brothers Field at Max Bishop Stadium where the Mids play baseball. Currently underway is the $5.1 million renovation and expansion of the Halsey Fieldhouse multipurpose basketball facility.

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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). WhitingTurner 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. 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 instadium 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 nongame days.  The fifth level is dedicated to the writing press, radio booths, coaches’ booths, scoreboard, public address and operations areas and the six level holds six suites.  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

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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. In the summer of 2011, 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). In the summer of 2013 two new state-of-the-art high-definition video boards were installed, two enclosed recruiting reception areas were completed in the south end zone and the home team locker room was completely refurbished. The multi-purpose nature of Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium has allowed it to play host to three NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Quarterfinals, the 2005 NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championship, the 2005 Women’s Lacrosse World Cup, the 2013 First and Second Rounds of the NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Tournament, Major League Lacrosse games and the Land the Good Samaritan High School All-Star Football game, as well as numerous high school, professional and local youth events. The stadium is the new home of the Military Bowl starting in 2013 and the annual site of a defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens’ practice. 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.

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 53yard 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 Davis-Smith 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 55th 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 235 games played in the stadium since its dedication, the Midshipmen have attracted 6,013,223 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 2013 season, Navy has a record of 138-96-1 (.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. 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 30-14 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 third-straight 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. Sept. 3, 2011 - Jon Teague booted a school record 54-yard field goal in the season opener as Navy went on to defeat Delaware, 40-17. Oct. 20, 2012 - Navy scored 10 points in the final 5:30 to come from behind and shock Indiana, 31-30, in front of 33,441 fans on Homecoming at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Keenan Reynolds hit Matt Aiken with a touchdown pass with 2:02 remaining to give Navy the lead and a Parrish Gaines interception clinched the Mids’ first win over a BIG TEN opponent at home since 1926.

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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 shower 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 south end of the stadium. The arch was refurbished to match the decor of the complex. The home team locker room was renovated in the summer of 2013.

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.

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Stadium Attendance Records

Oct. 18, 2008 Sept. 20, 2008 Oct. 3, 2009 Sept. 29, 2007 Oct. 1, 2012

vs. Pitt vs. Rutgers vs. Air Force vs. Air Force vs. Air Force

37,970 37,821 37,820 37,615 37,506


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.

Tom Lynch, OL (1960-63)

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)

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) 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)

Napoleon McCallum, RB (1981-85) Joe Bellino, RB (1957-60)

Chet Moeller, DB (1972-75)

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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 player’s lounge for the football team and offices 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 player’s 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. Future projects include a Physical Mission Center for Excellence, which will become a destination for Navy recruits and visitors to the Academy, a Navy Football Hall of Honor, that will showcase the program’s accomplishments and celebrate its rich and vibrant history and a 250-seat theater that will a venue to host audiences for guest speakers, team meetings or other special events. 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 150 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.

Jack Lengyel

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 off-season. 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. 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

Red Romo

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, an AlterG anti-gravity Treadmill, 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 in the summer of 2012.

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In his 12 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. The 2012-13 season was another successful one for Navy athletics as the Midshipmen won 65 percent of their contests, produced 10 All-Americans, six conference coaches of the year, 15 conference athletes of the year, 11 conference championships and a National Championship won by the offshore sailing team. Navy won the N-Star series against Army (12-10-1) to extend the Mids’ unbeaten streak to 17-consecutive years against the Black Knights in that all-important series. Navy got it done in the classroom as well, ranking eighth in the country among schools with FBS football programs in graduation rates at 93 percent, while the Mids set school records for the most CoSIDA Academic AllAmericans (nine) and Patriot League Scholar Athletes of the Year (nine). A record four varsity athletes, swimmer Laura Gorinski, Chris Galvin of the men’s cross country and track & field team, Jasmine DePompeo of the women’s lacrosse team and Brigid Byrne of the women’s cross country and track & field teams won NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships, while Galvin was the Valedictorian for the Class of 2013. In 2011-12, Navy won the Patriot League’s Presidents’ Cup for the first time in school history. The Cup is awarded to the member institution with the highest cumulative sports point total for its Patriot League standings in sponsored men’s and women’s sports. Gladchuk also helped engineer Navy’s move to the American Athletic Conference in football starting in 2015. The Naval Academy and “The American” agreed to a three-year phase-in period during which a scheduling partnership will be created, leading to a full schedule of eight games in 2015. During that period, Navy will continue its current partnership with CBS and postseason bowls. In anticipation of full football membership, Navy will be included in all future television, marketing, promotion, and bowl negotiations by the American Athletic Conference. Gladchuk’s efforts have been recognized on a national level, 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 Sports 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

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programming and documentaries centered on the storied Navy athletic program. The long-term, multi-media agreement includes internet streaming, broadband and video-on-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. WFED Radio, which is also the home of the Washington Nationals, is a 50,000-watt station that will air a minimum of 10 regularseason football games. 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 NavyMarine Corps Memorial Stadium, Gladchuk has made improvements in several key areas that will prove more success on the athletic fields for years to come. 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 two-time America East Men’s Lacrosse Coach of the Year. During Gladchuk’s tenure at the Naval Academy, he has seen the Midshipmen win 103 conference titles, produce 154 All-Americans and 63 Academic All-Americans. 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. 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 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 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. 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

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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

2012-13 Navy Athletics: A Year In Review Overall Record 295-162-4 (.653)

N-Star Record vs. Army 12-10-1 (.543)

Overall Record vs. Army 16-16-1 (.500)

No. 8 in the Country in Graduation Rate NAVY ATHLETICS BY THE NUMBERS 1

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Patriot League Scholar-Athletes of the Year

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Conference Athletes of the Year

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The United States Naval Academy is an institution invested in a mission that educates future leaders in moral, mental, and physical excellence. 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 varsity and junior varsity teams, coaches, and Midshipmen in pursuing the highest levels of success in intercollegiate athletics. The Naval Academy Athletic Association is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization charged with providing resources to support the varsity and junior varsity programs offered by the Naval Academy. The NAAA operates with the guidance of a Board of Control, whose members report to the Superintendent of the United States Naval Academy. With less than 10 percent of the NAAA operating budget provided by the Academy via government funding, over 90 percent of funding support for NAAA programs is through external sources of revenue (i.e. Blue & Gold memberships, ticket sales, corporate sponsorship, television revenue, parking, etc.). Therefore, the Blue & Gold memberships are critical in providing our teams with the supplemental dollars necessary to close the “resource gap” between the Naval Academy teams and our Division I competition. Your support is critical to our continued success. PROMOTE YOURSELF TO ADMIRAL! JOIN ADMIRAL’S ROW Support Navy Athletics at the highest level and receive our prime benefits. RESERVED FOOTBALL PARKING SPACE AT NAVY-MARINE CORPS MEMORIAL STADIUM O Personalized with your name O Exclusive parking area O Prime location just outside stadium gates O Reserved for your use on football game days TOP TICKET PRIORITY FOR SEASON TICKET HOLDERS AT AWAY AND NEUTRAL SITE GAMES O Ability to purchase Club Seats to the annual Army-Navy game O Exclusive seating area O Climate-controlled concourse O Club Level concessions and amenities O Priority for away football game tickets

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Becoming a Blue & Gold member is the best way to secure tickets to the games. Season ticket holders that are Blue & Gold members receive top priority when it comes to location of seats. TAX INFORMATION Since membership includes an option to purchase tickets, 80 percent of the membership value 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. We are grateful for any level of support extended to encourage the advancement of our Midshipmen.


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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. 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. MAJORS Students at the Naval Academy can select one of 24 different majors grouped into six different divisions: Division of Engineering and Weapons, Division of Humanitites and Social Sciences, Division of Mathematics and Science, Division of Professional Development, Division of Leadership Education and Development and the Division of Character Development and Training. In addition to graduating with a Bachelor’s of Science, students can attain a minor in one of seven different languages. 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).

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GRADUATION SUCCESS RATE For the eighth year in a row, the United States Naval Academy ranks among nation’s leaders for graduating NCAA studentathletes on the Division I level. Navy graduated 100 percent of its student-athletes in four of the 21 NCAA sports reported on and averaged an overall rate of 93 percent for student-athletes in all sports – tied for he eighth-highest 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 the NBA. The award honors the attributes of senior student-athletes in four areas: classroom, community, character and competition. Navy has produced six first-team honorees in their respective sports over the last six 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), men’s lacrosse’s Andy Tormey (‘09) and football’s John Dowd (‘12) each were named to the Lowe’s Senior All-America First Team.

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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.

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was a Two-Time First-Team Academic All-American and is the first football player in school history to achieve that feat.

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. Katie Davidson (‘13) of the women’s swimming team and Ronald Allen (‘13) of the sprint football team won Marshall Scholarships in 2013. 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.

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Eric Washkewicz ‘13 became the second student-athlete from the Navy lightweight rowing team to be selected for a Gates Cambridge Scholarship, joining Tom Paul (‘12). who was selected last year. Washkewicz is the 11th student from the Naval Academy to earn the scholarship. Laura Gorinski (‘13) of the women’s swimming team, Chris Galvin of the men’s track & field/cross country team, Brigid Byrne of the women’s track & field/cross country team and Jasmine DePompeo of the women’s lacrosse team were awarded NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships in 2013, joining football’s John Dowd (‘12), men’s tennis player Nick Birger (‘11), women’s soccer’s Beth Reed (‘10) and track’s Mark Van Orden (‘10) as recent winners. ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS Naval Academy student-athletes have totaled 95 Academic All-America certificates over the years, with 62 of those awards coming since the start of the 1999-2000 academic year. USNA student-athletes garnered nine Academic All-American honors in 2012-13.

p Laura Gorinski (‘13) was Patriot League Scholar-Athlete of the Year in women’s swimming.

PATRIOT LEAGUE SCHOLAR-ATHLETES Navy had nine Patriot League Scholar-Athletes of the Year in 2012-13, including senior class valedictorian Chris Galvin, who won the honor three times (men’s cross country, indoor track & field and outdoor track & field) and Brigid Byrne, who was selected as the overall Patriot League Women’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Byrne was honored as the top scholar-athlete for cross country and outdoor track & field.

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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 2012-13 academic year. WOMEN’S BASKETBALL The Mids continued their “Score for Schools” program as team members visited 10 area schools over the course of last season. The Naval Academy student-athletes talked to the youth about the importance of education, held a question and answer session, posed for pictures and signed autographs. The team also helped out at a winter basketball clinic on Saturday mornings at Naval Support Activity Annapolis. Each Saturday, three or four team members would participate with local youth in the program. FOOTBALL The Navy football team, including Superintendent Vice Admiral Mike Miller, USN and head football coach Ken Niumatalolo, volunteered at St. Anthony’s Dining Room in San Francisco helping hand out food and scarves to more than 4,000 people in need on a chilly Christmas morning as part of the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. St. Anthony’s has been feeding the homeless in San Francisco for 62 years and feeds more than 3,000 people per day, 365 days per year. More than 30 Navy football players gave back to the community by appearing at the Outer Annapolis Recreation and Sports Football Camp. The players gave individual instruction to the campers on football fundamentals and handed out and signed Navy football posters. SPRINT FOOTBALL The Sprint Football team participated in the Colonel Ripley 5K and the Central Elementary Tiger Trot. MEN’S LACROSSE The men’s lacrosse team was involved with Friends of Jaclyn and had an 11-year old with terminal brain cancer on the sideline and in the lockerroom during the season. WOMEN’S LACROSSE The women’s lacrosse team participated in the honor flights program at BWI in which the team welcomed war veterans from around the country as they came to the DC area for a weekend of sight-seeing. VARSITY OFFSHORE SAILING Two varsity offshore sailing crews assisted Hampton Yacht Club in clean-up efforts in the aftermath of a tornado that swepth through during their summer cruise block. The team introduced 30 young sailors to “big boat” sailing and temwork in Seacliff, New York and participates annualy in the Spirit Rider 9/11 Memorial Regatta for FDNY surviving families in New York City. The team also participated in a Wounded Warriors regatta in Annapolis. MEN’S SOCCER The men’s soccer team, with the help of the Anne Arundel Recreation and Parks, held the “First Annual Kickball Challenge” on October 21, for kids with physical or mental handicaps. WOMEN’S SOCCER The women’s soccer team participated in several community service events this season. Head coach Carin Gabarra and members of the women’s soccer team participated in the American Red Cross’ “Holiday Mail for Heroes” program in December. The event was organized through the Athletes for Hope

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organization, of which Gabarra is a member. The team traveled to the Annapolis Boys & Girls Club where it assisted area youth in writing and decorating over 50 holiday cards to mail to active-duty servicemen and women stationed around the world. In March, the Mids held a free soccer clinic at Washington, D.C.’s Excel Academy and also spoke to a group of 40 boys and girls from the KIPP NYC College Prep High School at the Naval Academy. At the Excel Academy, the team split the kindergarten and first-grade children into a number of groups and focused on teaching different techniques and also held a scrimmage. In speaking to the students from the KIPP school, the Mids stressed the values of college athletics and properly preparing for college while in high school. The team also participated in MLK day through Athletes for Hope and the Boys and Girls Club in Annapolis and adopted a team member with Team IMPACT. SQUASH The squash team invited members of the Baltimore Squash Wise program to the Naval Academy to promote the value of classroom and physical education. Student-athletes from Navy and the Baltimorebased program interacted in a two-hour practice event where the youth learned how the Navy squash team runs its practices on a daily basis, while the two groups participated in abdominal exercises, stretching, squash drills, movement exercises and competitive play. While a good chunk of the day was spent on the squash courts, the midshipmen also answered questions about their experiences at the Academy, including the benefits of a great education. The team also interacted with a similar group in Philadelphia called Squash Smarts on a Saturday morning before playing in a tournament. MEN’S AND WOMEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING The swimming and diving teams partnered up with their counterparts from Army for a day of free swim instruction at the Salvation Army Kroc Center in Philadelphia, one day after the Army-Navy swim meet was held there. WOMEN’S TENNIS During its Spring Break trip to Florida, the Navy women’s tennis team took some time to host a clinic at the MaliVai Washington Foundation in Jacksonville, Fla. The MaliVai Washington Kids Foundation promotes academic achievement and positive life skills in Jacksonville youth through the game of tennis. The Navy women’s tennis team worked with three different groups of kids. One group of both boys and girls with age range of 8-10 years old, another group of middle school girls age range 13-14 and another mixed group 12-15 years old. Each session started with team captain Stefanie Ton speaking about the Naval Academy and its structure and purpose, followed by questions from each group. The coaching staff and players were also given the opportunity to share their experiences and to impart words of encouragement. MEN’S TRACK & FIELD The men’s track and field team got involved with the Special Olympics helping officiate a track meet held at Ingram Field. Members of the track and field team also volunteered at the Annapolis 10 Mile Race and conducted an all-events track and field clinic at Heritage Elementary School in Chula Vista, Calif., after training at the Olympic Training Center during spring break. The entire group that traveled to San Diego provided instruction in running, jumping, and throwing events for elementary kids during their extended lunch/recess period. In all, over 250 school children got to participate and learn by doing running, jumping, throwing events and relay races supervised by about 25 members of the men’s track and field team. WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD The women’s track & field team volunteered at the Annapolis 10 Mile Race.

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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.

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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 America’s. The water-lover will also revel in the fact that Maryland has nearly 4,000 miles of shoreline – more than any other state.

q Over 80 million pounds of blue crab are harvested yearly in Maryland. The Maryland crab harvest makes up more than 50 percent of the annual U.S. catch.

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

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minutes from Annapolis. The City of Baltimore features Harborplace, the Maryland Science Center, the National Aquarium, B&O Railroad Museum, American Visionary Art Museum, and homes for both the MLB’s Baltimore Orioles and 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 Shun White ‘09 Eric Kettani ‘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 New England Patriots 2009-10 New England Patriots 2009-11 New England Patriots 2009-11 Washington Redskins 2012-current

Players are on military reserve while serving their commitment

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Napoleon McCallum

Bob Kuberski

Chris McCoy

Eric Kettani

Shun White

Tyree Barnes


Every time one of our Midshipmen student-athletes dons the Navy Blue and Gold, he or she represents the Brigade of Midshipmen, U.S. Naval Academy, U.S. Navy & Marine Corps, and the United States of America. By virtue of the more than 250 radio broadcasts, local, regional and national television broadcasts and countless print and electronic media articles rendered, they know they are competing on a national stage. The Navy football program has had 68-consecutive games televised by either CBS, NBC, ABC, CBS Sports Network, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU or ESPN3. Whether it is CBS, CBS Sports Network, Showtime, ESPN, the Washington Post. the Baltimore Sun or the Annapolis Capital, the varsity athletic programs at the U.S. Naval Academy are given the platform to tell the much bigger story of our U.S. Navy & Marine Corps. The national exposure given to our athletic programs is invaluable to our overall mission and with the move of the football program to the American athletic conference, it will increase substantially.

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COVER

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SEASON OUTLOOK Quick Facts

Location.............................................................................................Annapolis, Md. Enrollment ....................................................................................................... 4,400 Founded ............................................................................................. Oct. 10, 1845 Nickname .................................................................................... Mids, Midshipmen Colors ....................................................................................... Navy Blue and Gold Stadium ...................................................... Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Capacity ......................................................................................................... 34,000 Superintendent ............................................. Vice Admiral Michael H. Miller, USN Commandant ........................................................................Capt. Bill Byrne, USN Director of Athletics ........................................................................Chet Gladchuk Offensive System .........................................................................................Spread Defensive System .......................................................................................Multiple Head Coach ................................................................................... Ken Niumatalolo Overall Record ..............................................................................32-21, Fifth Year Record at Navy .............................................................................32-21, Fifth Year 2012 Record ....................................................................................................... 8-5 Lettermen Returning/Lost ............................................................................ 41/29 Offensive Lettermen Returning/Lost ......................................................... 17/17 Defensive Lettermen Returning/Lost ......................................................... 20/11 Specialists Lettermen Returning/Lost ............................................................4/1 Starters Returning/Lost.................................................................................... 18/9 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost ..................................................................6/5 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost ..................................................................7/4

in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl where it lost to Utah State. • The Mids return home to face a Pittsburgh squad on Homecoming (Oct. 26) that is coming off a six-win season and an appearance in the BBVA Compass Bowl against Ole Miss. Pitt will be in its first season as a member of the ACC. • The Mids travel to South Bend, Ind. the following week (Nov. 2) to take on the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Notre Dame is coming off a season that saw it go undefeated in the regular season and play Alabama in the BCS National Championship Game. • Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo’s alma mater, Hawai’i, will come to town on Nov. 9 to take on the Midshipmen, while South Alabama will travel to Annapolis the following week (Nov. 16) to play Navy for the first time. • The Mids will travel to San Jose State on Friday, Nov. 22. The Spartans are coming off an 11-2 season and a victory over Bowling Green in the Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman, 29-20. San Jose State has beaten Navy in each of the last two seasons. • The Mids will cap off the 2013 season on Dec. 14 against Army at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field. The Mids won last year’s game in thrilling fashion, rallying for a 17-13 victory. It was Navy’s 11th-straight victory over the Black Knights, which is a series record. • CBS has the rights to all of Navy’s home football games and either CBS or CBS Sports Network will televise all five home contests. Navy’s game at Notre Dame will be televised by NBC, while CBS is home for the Army-Navy Game. Game times and television information for the rest of the road schedule will be announced at a later date. • With six wins in 2013, the Mids will appear in the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl in Ft. Worth, Texas. A date has not been set for the bowl game.

Navy Announces 2013 Schedule

2013 Navy Football Schedule

• The Navy football team, coming off an 8-5 campaign that saw the Mids win the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy for the eighth time in the last 10 years and appear in a bowl game for the ninth time in the last 10 years, will face a challenging 2013 schedule that includes seven bowl teams from 2012 including a Notre Dame team that played for the BCS National Championship. • The Mids have an attractive five game home schedule in Annapolis that includes games against Service Academy rival Air Force, Pittsburgh, in its first year in the ACC, on Homecoming and Football Championship Subdivision power and local rival Delaware. The annual Army-Navy Game Presented by USAA, which is the greatest rivalry in all of sports, will be played on Dec. 14 in Philadelphia. • “This will once again be an incredibly challenging schedule for our football team,” said Navy head football coach Ken Niumatalolo. “With seven teams on our schedule that went to bowl games a year ago and with four teams from BCS conferences on the schedule, our young men will have to work extremely hard this offseason to accomplish all of our goals next year. I think we have a great home schedule and I hope our fans and the Brigade will be excited about the quality games we are playing at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, as we will need that home field advantage.” • Navy kicks off the 2013 campaign on Sept. 7 when the Mids travel to Bloomington, Ind. to take on the Indiana Hoosiers of the Big 10. It will be the latest Navy has started a season since 1998 when the Mids opened at Wake Forest on Sept. 10. Meanwhile, it will mark Navy’s first trip to Bloomington since 1986. Last year, Navy rallied for a thrilling 31-30 victory over Indiana in Annapolis. • The Mids return to Annapolis the following Saturday (Sept. 14) to take on Delaware in the home opener. This will be the sixth meeting between the two squads since 2003 with Navy holding a slim 3-2 advantage over the Blue Hens. • After an off week, Navy travels to Bowling Green, Ky. to take on the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers and first-year head coach Bobby Petrino. Western Kentucky was 7-6 last year including a loss to Central Michigan in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl. Western Kentucky will be the first of six-straight opponents that participated in a bowl game a year ago. • Air Force comes to Annapolis (Oct. 5) the following week as Navy will look to defend its title as the top Service Academy football team in the first game of the round-robin competition between Navy, Air Force and Army for the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy. Navy defeated Air Force last year, 28-21, in overtime. The last 10 games between these two rivals have been decided by an average of 5.2 points per game with the last two games going to overtime. Air Force finished last year 6-7 after losing to Rice, 33-14, in the Armed Forces Bowl. • The Mids will hit the road the next two weeks playing at Duke on Oct. 12 and at Toledo on Oct. 19. Duke is coming off its most wins (six) since 1994 and played Cincinnati in the Belk Bowl, while Toledo finished 9-4 in 2012 and played

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

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

Bloomington, Ind. Annapolis, Md. Bowling Green, Ky. Annapolis, Md. Durham, N.C. Toledo, Ohio Annapolis, Md. South Bend, Ind. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. San Jose, Calif. Philadelphia, Pa.

Matt Aiken And Cody Peterson Named 2013 Team Captains

• Navy head football coach Ken Niumatalolo announced at the annual Navy football banquet that rising seniors linebacker Cody Peterson and wide receiver Matt Aiken have been elected team captains for the 2013 football season by their teammates. • “Being elected team captain at the Naval Academy is one of the highest honors you can receive at an institution that prides itself on producing great leaders,” said Niumatalolo. “Cody and Matt are great leaders on and off the field and there is no question in my mind that they will do a great job. They both work extremely hard and will set an example for the entire team.” • Peterson played in all 12 games last fall, starting the final eight at inside linebacker. He finished with 67 tackles, two tackles for a loss and a forced fumble. Peterson recorded 10 tackles in Navy’s overtime victory over Air Force and a career-high 14 tackles against Army. • Aiken has seen action in 33 games in his career and is a three-year letterwinner. He missed the first four games this past year after suffering a knee injury during fall camp, but came back to catch seven passes for 61 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winning touchdown with 2:02 remaining in Navy’s 31-30 come-from-behind victory over Indiana. Aiken has 20 catches for 262 yards and four touchdowns in his career.

Navy Quick Hitters

• Since 2003, Navy has won 19 games against schools from a BCS conference. The 19 wins against BCS schools during that time period, which have come against 10 different teams, are the most in the country by a non-BCS school. • Navy played six bowl eligible teams in 2012 (counting Penn State, which did not go to a bowl due to NCAA sanctions) and compiled a 3-3 record against the six programs. The Mids defeated Air Force (6-6), Central Michigan (6-6) and East Carolina (8-4) and lost to Notre Dame (12-0), Penn State (8-4) and San Jose State (10-2). Navy opponents went 2-3 in their bowl games.


SEASON OUTLOOK • Navy’s five losses last year (Notre Dame, Penn State, San Jose State, Troy and Arizona State) came at the hands of opponents who were a combined 44-19 (.698). Notre Dame (12-1) was ranked No. 1 in the country and lost to Alabama in the BCS National Championship Game, while San Jose State (11-2) defeated Bowling Green in the Northrop Grumman Military Bowl in Washington, D.C. Notre Dame finished No. 3/No.4 in the country, while San Jose State was ranked 21st in both polls. Penn State received votes in the final Associated Press poll, while Arizona State received votes in the final USA Today/Coaches poll. • Navy head football coach Ken Niumatalolo is just the third coach in school history to start his coaching career at Navy with a 5-0 record against Army. Paul Johnson turned in a 6-0 mark against West Point (2002-07), while Wayne Hardin won his first five games (1959-63) before losing. • Navy has been the dominant Service Academy over the last decade, posting a 19-2 record (.905) against Army (11-0) and Air Force (8-2) in the last 21 meetings, winning eight Commander-In-Chief’s Trophies in the last 10 years and going to nine bowl games in the last 10 years. Navy has amassed an 83-45 (.648) overall record in the last 10 years, while Air Force is 68-56 (.548) and Army is 32-88 (.267). The 83 wins are the 22nd most in the country over the last decade. • Niumatalolo has led the Midshipmen to a 40-26 (.606) record in his five seasons as the head coach. He is fourth all-time at Navy in career wins. Niumatalolo holds Navy coaching records for most wins in the first two (18), three (27), four (32) and five seasons (40) of a career. • Over the final 11 games of the year (8-3), Navy outscored the opposition in the second half, 174-111. The Navy defense allowed just 12 second half touchdowns over the final 11 games. • The Mids turned the ball over 13 times in their five losses and six times in their eight wins. • Keenan Reynolds was the first freshman to start at quarterback for Navy since Jim Kubiak started five games in 1991. Meanwhile, he was just the third freshman in school history to start at quarterback (the other was Alton Grizzard in 1987). Reynolds was 6-2 as a starting quarterback in 2012 with wins over Central Michigan, Indiana, East Carolina, Florida Atlantic, Texas State and Army and losses to Troy and Arizona State. He also came off the bench with Navy down eight points to Air Force in the fourth quarter to lead the Mids to an overtime victory. He led Navy to three fourth-quarter comebacks (Air Force, Indiana and Army). Kubiak won just one game as a freshman starter (beat a 5-5 Army team) and Grizzard won two games (lost to Army). Reynolds is the first Navy quarterback to win his first four career starts since senior Bob Powers, who won his first six career starts in 1979, and is the first freshman in series history to win Army-Navy MVP honors. • Rising junior punter Pablo Beltran averaged 43.6 yards per punt (44 punts) last season, which is the third-best single-season average in school history. • Navy was 4-0 last year in games decided by eight points or less after going 2-5 in 2011 in such games. • Navy was 4-0 during the month of October in 2012 after going 0-5 in 2011. It was the first time Navy went undefeated in the month of October since 1996. • Navy owns an 83-45 (.648) record over the last 10 years after posting a 3-30 (.091) mark from 2000-02. The 83 wins are the 22nd most in the country over the last decade. • Navy was 4-0 in 2012 and 31-4 (.886) under Niumatalolo when scoring first and 4-5 in 2012 and 9-22 (.290) under Niumatalolo when the opponent scores first. • The Mids were 3-0 in 2012 and 24-3 (.889) under Niumatalolo when leading after the first quarter and 5-5 in 2012 and 16-23 (.410) under Niumatalolo when trailing or tied after the first stanza. • Navy was 6-0 in 2012 and 27-4 (.871) under Niumatalolo when leading at the half and 2-5 in 2012 and 12-23 (.343) under Niumatalolo when tied or trailing at the half. • Navy was 5-0 in 2012 and 31-3 (.912) under Niumatalolo when leading after three quarters and 3-5 in 2012 and 8-24 (.250) under Niumatalolo when tied or trailing after three quarters. • Navy owns a 19-7 (.731) record in games played at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium under Niumatalolo and is 21-19 (.525) away from home.

Mids Lock Up Bowl Bids Through 2016

• Naval Academy Director of Athletics Chet Gladchuk and Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl Executive Director Brant Ringler announced that Navy has agreed to play in the 2016 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl at Amon G. Carter Stadium in Fort Worth, Texas, if bowl eligible. Navy had previously announced it would play in the game in 2013, as well. • Navy now has agreements in place for bowl games for the next four years: The 2013 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl in Fort Worth, Texas; the 2014 San

Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl in San Diego; the 2015 Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman in Washington, DC and the 2016 Armed Forces Bowl in Fort Worth..

Final 2012 NCAA Div. I FBS Team Rankings

Statistic Rank Avg Rushing Offense 6 278.5 Passing Offense 117 104.8 Total Offense 77 383.2 Scoring Offense 82 25.0 Rushing Defense 95 193.5 Pass Efficiency Def. 97 145.5 Total Defense 71 408.9 Scoring Defense 54 25.7 Net Punting 43 37.8 Punt Returns 62 8.8 Kickoff Returns 29 23.5 Turnover Margin 58 0.0 Pass Defense 40 215.3 Pass Efficiency 45 139.4 Sacks 100 1.4 Tackles For Loss 114 4.2 Sacks Allowed 57 1.9 • 120 Football Bowl Subdivision (Div. I-A) schools

Navy Among Nation’s Most Successful Programs In The Country

• The Mids own an 83-45 (.648) record over the last 10 years after posting a 3-30 (.091) mark from 2000-02. • The 83 wins are the 22nd-most wins in the country over the last decade.

Most Wins Over the Last 10 Years (2003-present)

Rk Wins Team 1. 117 Boise State 2. 107 LSU 3. 106 Oklahoma 4. 105 USC 5. 103 Ohio State (91 recognized by the NCAA) 6. 100 TCU 7. 99 Texas 99 Virginia Tech 9. 98 Florida 10. 97 Georgia 11. 95 Wisconsin 95 Oregon 13. 93 West Virginia 93 Alabama 15. 92 Utah 16. 88 Auburn 88 BYU 88 Florida State (76 recognized by the NCAA) 19. 85 Nebraska 85 Texas Tech 21. 84 Tulsa 22. 83 Navy 23. 82 Penn State (8 recognized by the NCAA) 82 Northern Illinois 25. 81 Missouri

Navy Offense In The Red Zone

• Navy finished tied for 77th nationally in red zone offense in 2012, scoring on 38-of-48 chances (.790). • Navy scored 29 touchdowns (23 rushing, six passing), kicked nine field goals, lost the ball once on downs, turned it over five times (three lost fumbles and two interceptions) and missed three field goals. The Mids also took a knee at the end of the game against East Carolina.

Navy Defense In The Red Zone

• Navy was outstanding in red zone defense all last year, tying for the 19thbest red zone defense in the country. The Mids allowed 37 scores on 50 opportunities (.740).

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SEASON OUTLOOK • The opposition scored 24 touchdowns (18 rushing, six passing), kicked 13 field goals, missed two field goals, turned it over on downs six times, lost three fumbles and threw two interceptions against Navy’s defense.

Navy at the Head of the Class in Graduation Rate

• For the eighth year in a row, the Naval Academy finished in the top 10 in the country for graduating NCAA student-athletes on the FBS level. • Navy graduated 100 percent of its student-athletes in four of the 21 NCAA sports reported. • Overall, 93 percent of Navy’s student-athletes that enrolled from 2002-05 graduated.

Graduation Rates For FBS Schools (All Sports)

1. Notre Dame 2. Duke 3. Boston College Northwestern 5. Stanford 6. Rice Wake Forest 8. Navy Miami (Fla.)

99.0 98.0 97.0 97.0 96.0 95.0 95.0 93.0 93.0

Niumatalolo Making History

• Ken Niumatalolo has led the Midshipmen to a 40-26 (.606) record in his five season as head coach at Navy. He is fourth all-time at Navy in career wins. • He holds Navy coaching records for most wins in the first two seasons (18), three seasons (27), four seasons (32) and five seasons (40) of a career. • His eight wins in his first year are tied for the fourth most in school history by a coach in his first season and the most by a Navy coach in his debut season since Tom Hamilton won eight in 1934. • He is just the third coach in school history to win his first five games against Army. Paul Johnson went 6-0 against West Point (2002-07) and Wayne Hardin won his first five games (1959-63) before losing. • He 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 (5-4-1 in 1959, 9-2 in 1960 and 7-3 in 1961) on the exclusive list. • He is the only coach in school history to lead Navy to a bowl game in each of his first three seasons. • Niumatalolo joins Eddie Erdelatz and Wayne Hardin as the only coaches in school history to beat Notre Dame in back-to-back years. • In 2009, Niumatalolo was the first coach to lead an unranked Navy team 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 the Irish. • He is the first head coach in Service Academy history to win the CommanderIn-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 At Navy In His First Five Years

Rk Coach 1. Ken Niumatalolo, 2008-present 2. Paul Johnson, 2002-05 3. Wayne Hardin, 1959-63 4. Bill Ingram, 1926-30 5. Charlie Weatherbie, 1995-99 6. Bob Folwell, 1920-24 George Welsh, 1973-77 8. Eddie Erdelatz, 1950-54 9. Tom Hamilton, 1934-36, 46-47 10. Gary Tranquill, 1982-86

Most Career Wins At Navy

Rk Coach 1. George Welsh (1973-81) 2. Eddie Erdelatz (1950-58) 3. Paul Johnson (2002-07) 4. Ken Niumatalolo (2008-present) 5. Wayne Hardin (1959-64)

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Wins 40-26* 37-25 35-16-1 32-13-4 29-28 24-12-3 24-31 23-19-4 21-23-1 20-34-1

Pct .606 .597 .683 .694 .509 .654 .436 .543 .478 .373

Wins 55-46-1 50-26-8 45-35 40-26 38-22-2

Pct .544 .643 .563 .606 .629

Navy vs. the BCS / Non-BCS

• Since 2003, Navy has won 19 games against schools from a BCS conference. The 19 wins against BCS schools during that time period, which have come against 10 different teams, are the most in the country by a non-BCS school. • Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo has eight wins against teams from a BCS conference since taking over the program at the end of the 2007 season. • Navy’s 19 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), Missouri (‘09) and Indiana (‘12). Most BCS Wins by a Non-BCS School (Since 2003) Rk Wins Team 1. 19 Navy 2. 13 BYU 13 Fresno State 4. 10 Boise State 5. 9 Hawai’i 6. 7 East Carolina 7 Houston 7 Toledo 9. 6 Northern Illinois

Close Calls The Difference Between 2011 And 2012

• Navy lost five games in 2011 by a total of 11 points. The five losses by eight points or less were tied for the fifth most in the country and cost the Mids a ninth-consecutive bowl game. • The Mids were 4-0 in 2012 in games decided by eight points or less, knocking off Air Force by seven in overtime, beating Indiana by one, Florida Atlantic by seven and Army by four. • The Mids are 18-13 (.581) under head coach Ken Niumatalolo in games decided by eight points or less.

Navy’s Record In Games Decided By 8 Points Or Less (Since 2002) Year Record 2002 0-3 2003 1-2 2004 4-0 2005 3-2 2006 3-2 2007 3-3 2008 4-1 2009 4-3 2010 4-3 2011 2-5 2012 4-0

Balanced Attack In 2012

• Navy’s slot backs rushed for 1,610 yards and six touchdowns on 217 carries (7.4 yards per carry), the fullbacks ran for 1,086 yards and eight touchdowns on 217 carries (5.0 yards per carry) and the quarterbacks rushed for 942 yards and 13 touchdowns on 252 carries (3.7 yards per carry).

Disciplined Football

• Navy finished 2012 ranked second in the country in penalties (3.69) and penalty yards (29.08) per game. • Navy finished No. 1 in the country in fewest penalties per game in 2011, averaging just 2.3 penalties per contest. The Mids also finished No. 1 in the country for the fewest yards penalized per game, averaging just 20.0 penalty yards per contest. • In 2010, the Mids finished No. 1 in the country in fewest penalty yards per game, averaging 27.6 yards per contest, and were second in fewest penalties per game, committing just 3.4 per contest. • 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 penalties per game and 26.77 penalty yards per game. • Navy has had zero penalties in a game five times since 2002, including once in 2012


SEASON OUTLOOK Starting Streaks

2012 NCAA Leaders In Fewest Penalties Rk Pen/Gm Team 1. 3.38 Air Force 2. 3.69 Navy 3. 3.75 Kansas 2. 3.77 Kansas State 5. 3.79 Wisconsin

• Rising junior fullback Noah Copeland and rising junior guard Jake Zuzek started all 13 games last year. Rising senior wide receiver Shawn Lynch has started in 12 consecutive games. • Rising junior corner Parrish Gaines has made a start in 18 consecutive games, while rising junior outside linebacker Jordan Drake and rising junior defensive end Evan Palelei started all 13 games this year.

2012 NCAA Leaders In Fewest Penalty Yards

Air Navy

Rk Yds/Gm Team 1. 26.23 Air Force 2. 29.08 Navy 3. 30.00 Kansas 4. 30.08 Army 5. 31.00 Kansas State

• The Mids completed 99 of their 172 passing attempts in 2012 (57.6 percent), which are the most completions by a Navy team since 2000, when it completed 126 of its 241 attempts (52.3 percent) en route to a 1-10 record. • Freshman quarterback Keenan Reynolds led the way, completing 61 of his 108 attempts (56.5 percent).

Service Academy Dominance

Fewest Penalty Yards In A Game by Navy (Since 2002)

Rk 1. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Pen Yds 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 4 5 5 5

Opponent San Jose State Rutgers Delaware Notre Dame Army Army East Carolina Notre Dame SMU Army Army

Year 2012 2011 2011 2010 2002 2008 2010 2005 2008 2007 2003

Result L, 12-0 L, 21-20 W, 40-17 W, 35-17 W, 58-12 W, 34-0 W, 76-35 L, 42-21 W, 34-7 W, 38-3 W, 34-6

OT Baby

• Navy has gone from the last program to play an overtime game (2006 vs. Tulsa) to playing the second most overtime contests among FBS schools since 2006. • Navy owns a 6-3 record all-time in overtime games, winning six of its last seven OT contests.

Navy’s Overtime Contests Date 9/23/06 9/15/07 10/10/07 11/3/07 11/1/08 10/3/09 10/10/09 10/1/11 10/6/12

Opponent Tulsa Ball State at Pitt at Notre Dame Temple Air Force SMU Air Force Air Force

Result L 23-24 L 31-34 W 48-45 W 46-44 W 33-27 W 16-13 W 38-35 L 35-34 W 28-21

#OTs 1 1 2 3 1 1 1 1 1

Most Overtime Games Played (Since 2006)

Rk Gms Team Record 1. 10 East Carollina 6-4 2. 9 Navy 6-3 3. 8 Buffalo 5-3 4. 7 Army 5-2 7 Minnesota 3-4 7 Michigan State 4-3 7 Notre Dame 3-4

Consecutive Overtime Wins In NCAA History (*active streak)

Rk. Wins 1. 8 2. 6 3. 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Team South Florida Tennessee Navy Missouri La.-Monroe Northwestern Michigan Nebraska Clemson Connecticut

• Navy has amassed a 83-45 (.648) overall record in the last 10 years, while Air Force is 68-56 (.548) and Army is 32-88 (.267). The Mids are 18-2 against the other two Service Academies since 2003 and have won 19 of its last 21 Service Academy games.

Service Academy Football (2003-present)

Stat Overall Record Record vs Service Academies Bowl Games Bowl Wins

Navy AFA Army 83-45 68-56 32-88 18-2 10-10 2-18 9 5 1 3 2 1

Dominant Era in Army-Navy History

• Navy’s 17-13 victory over Army in 2012 was its 11th consecutive win over the Black Knights, the longest streak in series history by either team. • The Mids have won those 11 in a row against Army by outscoring the Black Knights, 366-125 (33.3-11.4).

Reynolds Shines As A Freshman Quarterback

• Keenan Reynolds became the first freshman to start at quarterback for Navy since Jim Kubiak started five games in 1991, when he guided the Midshipmen to a 31-13 victory over Central Michigan. • Navy finished 1-10 in 1991 (1-5 with Kubiak as the starter) with its only victory coming against a 5-5 Army team in the final game of the season, 24-3. • Reynolds is just the third freshman in program history to start at quarterback, joining Kubiak and Alton Grizzard, who started seven games at quarterback in 1987 (Navy was 2-5 with Grizzard as the quarterback and 0-4 without him). • Reynolds was 6-2 (.750) as a starting quarterback this year and led Navy to three fourth-quarter comebacks (Air Force, Army and Indiana. He did not start the Air Force game). • In his first career start against Central Michigan, Reynolds completed six of his 11 passes for 134 yards and three touchdowns while rushing for 59 yards in leading Navy to a 31-13 victory. His three touchdowns passing are the most by a Navy quarterback since Chris McCoy threw three against Colgate in 1997. • Reynolds won his second start, rallying Navy to a 31-30 victory over Indiana. He rushed for 66 yards and a touchdown on 17 carries and completed eight of 13 passes for 96 yards and a touchdown. His four-yard TD pass to junior Matt Aiken with 2:02 left gave Navy the win. • Reynolds improved to 3-0 as a starter with a nearly flawless performance against East Carolina as Navy rolled over the Pirates, 56-28. Reynolds led the Mids to touchdowns on seven of his eight drives and totaled 132 yards of total offense and five touchdowns (3 rushing, 2 passing). • Reynolds won his fourth straight start with a 24-17 win over Florida Atlantic. He rushed for a career-high 159 yards and one touchdown on 26 carries and completed eight of his 15 passes for a career-high 147 yards and two touchdowns. • Reynolds suffered his first defeat as a starting quarterback in his fifth start against Troy. He carried the ball 21 times for 130 yards and three touchdowns, while completing eight of his 15 pass attempts for 159 yards. • In his sixth start, Reynolds led Navy to a 21-10 victory over Texas State. He rushed for 50 yards on 10 carries and completed three of his eight pass attempts for 35 yards. • In his seventh start, Reynolds led Navy on a fourth quarter seven-play, 80-yard drive that he capped himself with an eight-yard touchdown run to give Navy a 17-13 victory over Army. Reynolds was held to 43 yards and a touchdown on

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SEASON OUTLOOK 15 carries, while completing 10 of 17 passes for 130 yards. His 49-yard pass to Brandon Turner set up his eight-yard touchdown run. He became the first player in series history to be named the game’s MVP as a freshman. • In his eighth start, Reynolds ran for 21 yards and threw for 14 yards and a touchdown in Navy’s loss to Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. • In his eight starts, Reynolds rushed for 609 yards and nine touchdowns on 145 carries (76.1 yds/gm, 4.2 yds/carry) and has completed 51 of his 95 pass attempts (.537) for 768 yards (96 yds/gm) with nine touchdowns and just two interceptions. He had at least one rushing touchdown in five of his eight starts and threw at least one touchdown pass in five of his eight starts. • Reynolds was the first Navy quarterback to win his first four career starts since senior Bob Powers, who won his first six career starts in 1979. • Reynolds is believed to be just the fifth TRUE freshman to win his first four career starts at quarterback. Notre Dame’s Matt LoVecchio won his first seven starts as a true freshman in 2000, USC’s Matt Barkley won his first six starts in 2009 and Tim Jefferson of Air Force won his first five starts as a freshman in 2008. • Reynolds was far short of qualifying for the NCAA passing efficiency leader board (15 pass att/gm), however, if he did qualify his 150.12 efficiency rating would be the 27th best rating in the country. Alabama quarterback A.J. McCarron leads the country with a 173.08 rating.

Four Over 100 Yards Rushing

• Navy had four different players rush for over 100 yards in 2012, which is tied for the second most in the country. • Senior slot back Gee Gee Greene rushed for 131 yards against East Carolina, a career-high 150 yards against Troy and for 112 yards against Arizona State. • Freshman quarterback Keenan Reynolds rushed for a career-best 159 yards against Florida Atlantic and 130 yards against Troy. • Sophomore fullback Noah Copeland rushed for a career-high 126 yards against VMI and ran for 110 yards against Texas State. • Trey Miller rushed for a career-high 116 yards against VMI and 110 yards against Air Force.

Most Players To Rush For Over 100 Yards In 2012

Rk No. 1. 5 2. 4 4 4 4 4

Team Army Navy Florida State Georgia Tech Nebraska Rice

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).

Mids Consistently Among Nation’s Top Rushing Teams

• Over the last 11 years, Navy has consistently been one of the top rushing teams in the country, never finishing lower than sixth. • In 2002, Navy finished third in the country in rushing, averaging 270.8 yards per game. • In 2003, Navy led the nation in rushing, averaging a then school-record 323.2 yards per game. That is the fifth-best rushing average for a team over the last 10 years. • In 2004, Navy finished third in the country in rushing, averaging 289.5 yards per game. • In 2005, Navy led the country in rushing for the second time in three years, averaging 318.7 yards per game. The 318.7 yards per game is the seventhbest rushing average by a team in the last 10 years. • Navy finished the 2006 campaign averaging a nation’s-best and then schoolrecord 327.0 yards per game. That is the fourth-best rushing average by a team in the last 10 years. • The Mids rushed for a school-record 348.8 yards per game in 2007, becoming the first team in NCAA history to lead the nation in rushing three-consecutive years. The 348.8 yards rushing is the second-best rushing average by a team in the last 10 years. Only the 2000 Nebraska team (349.3) rushed for more

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over that time period. • The 348.8 yards per game are the most yards rushing by a FBS team since Nebraska averaged 349.3 yds/gm in 2000. • In 2008, Navy led the country in rushing for an unprecedented fourth-straight year, averaging 292.4 yds/gm. • In 2009, Navy finished fourth in the nation in rushing, averaging 280.5 yds/gm. • In 2010, the Mids finished sixth in the country in rushing offense, averaging 284.8 yds/gm. • In 2011, Navy finished fourth in the country in rushing, averaging 312.3 yards per game. • The Mids averaged 278.4 yards per game in 2012, which is the sixth-best rushing mark in the country and the lowest rushing average for a Navy team since 2002.

Navy Rushing Attack

Year Nat’l Rank Average 2002 3rd 270.8 2003 1st 323.2 2004 3rd 289.5 2005 1st 318.7 2006 1st 327.0 2007 1st 348.8 * 2008 1st 292.4
 2009 4th 280.5 2010 6th 284.8 2011 4th 312.3 2012 6th 278.4 *Single-season school record

Youth Is Served

• Navy played 14 true freshmen in 2012, which was tied for the sixth most in the country: CB Quincy Adams, K Nick Sloan, CB Shelley White, CB Kwazel Bertrand, QB Keenan Reynolds, CB Myer Krah, OLB A.K. Akpunku, NG Bernard Sarra, SB Demond Brown, S Mike Markovsky, DE Will Anthony, OG E.K. Binns, FB Quintin Ezell and FB Chris Swain. • Navy had 17 players make their first career starts this fall, which was tied for the 15th most in the country.

Most True Freshmen Played

1. Texas 16 TCU 16 3. LSU 15 Maryland 15 Ohio State 15 6. Navy 14 Kentucky 14 Temple 14

Most First-Time Starters

1. Hawai’i 32 2. Air Force 24 3. Temple 23 4. TCU 21 Colorado 21 6. Penn State 20 Oklahoma State 20 8. Virginia 18 Memphis 18 Arkansas 18 Colorado State 18 Maryland 18 Arkansas State 18 Georgia Tech 18 15. Navy 17 Iowa 17 Kentucky 17 18. Army 16 Wyoming 16 East Carolina 16


DEPTH CHART Offense

Pos. No. Name WR 88 Casey Bolena OR 85 Matt Aiken 89 Thomas Wilson LT 70 Graham Vickers 65 Joey Gaston 76 Blake Benjamin LG 57 E.K. Binns 71 Thomas Stone 67 Nathaniel Otto C 75 Tanner Fleming 61 Brandon Greene 63 Blaze Ryder RG 64 Jake Zuzek 60 Ben Tamburello 74 Eric Mahler RT 62 Bradyn Heap 68 Chris Nurthen 79 Matthew Van Halanger WR 87 Shawn Lynch 81 Brendan Dudeck 83 Devin Crayton SB 20 Darius Staten 21 Colin Osborne 45 DeBrandon Sanders QB 19 Keenan Reynolds 10 John Hendrick 9 Kody Akers SB 29 Geoffrey Whiteside 25 Demond Brown 26 Marcus Thomas FB 34 Noah Copeland 37 Chris Swain 36 Quinton Singleton

Specialists

Pos. No. Name PK 6 Nick Sloan 13 Austin Grebe KO 18 Colin Amerau 38 Gavin Jernigan P 11 Pablo Beltran 38 Gavin Jernigan 82 Justin Haan LS 93 Joe Cardona H 11 Pablo Beltran PR 87 Shawn Lynch 85 Matt Aiken KR 26 Marcus Thomas OR 29 Geoffrey Whiteside

Defense

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

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

Wt. 210 195 192 254 281 241 287 295 260 276 257 265 310 275 278 288 260 259 190 202 194 190 206 160 185 198 201 171 191 165 214 232 204

Hometown Pos. No. Name Phoenix, Ariz. LE 45 Paul Quessenberry Roanoke, Va. 91 Aaron Davis Brandenburg, Ky. 92 David Gordeuk Diamond Bar, Calif. NG 77 Bernard Sarra Knoxville, Tenn. 69 Barry Dabney Pomona, Calif. OR 72 Travis Bridges Cape Coral, Fla. RE 58 Evan Palelei Melbourne, Fla. 90 Will Anthony Houston, Texas 43 Michael Huf Deltona, Fla. OLB 13 Jordan Drake Highland, Calif. 46 Chris Johnson Kaneohe, Hawai’i 52 DJ Sargenti Brookhaven, Pa. ILB 53 Cody Peterson Hoover Park, Ala. 33 Maika Polamalu Matawan, N.J. 50 Don Pearson South Jordan, Utah ILB 51 James Britton Phoenixville, Pa. 49 Anthony Lewis Athens, Ga. 56 Joe Worth Pelham, Ala. OLB 44 Obi Uzoma Hamilton Square, N.J. 47 A.K. Akpunku Helotes, Texas 35 Nick Martinez Carrollton, Texas LCB 17 Kwazel Bertrand Sykesville, Md. 5 Quincy Adams Itta Bena, Miss. 7 Shelley White Antioch, Tenn. ROV 8 Wave Ryder Tampa, Fla. 42 George Jamison Richwood, Ohio 15 Lorentez Barbour Columbus, Ohio FS 23 Chris Ferguson Glen Burnie, Md. 16 Mike Markovsky Baton Rouge, La. 39 Shakir Robinson San Antonio, Texas RCB 2 Parrish Gaines Macon, Ga. 9 Myer Krah Manning, S.C. 4 Eric Johnson

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

Ht. 6-0 6-0 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-0 5-7 5-10

Wt. 190 192 195 217 225 217 211 217 225 190 195 165 171

Hometown San Diego, Calif. Stafford, Va. Alexandria, Va. Lawndale, Calif. Humble, Texas Lawndale, Calif. Byron City, Mich. El Cajon, Calif. Humble, Texas Pelham, Ala. Roanoke, Va. Baton Rouge, La. Columbus, Ohio

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

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

Wt. 251 251 236 303 302 318 247 238 260 220 207 216 228 218 224 223 229 210 231 238 222 186 195 190 207 197 194 195 190 197 196 203 191

Hometown Carlsbad, Calif. Pearland, Texas Port Matilda, Pa. Monessen, Pa. Nashville, Tenn.   Hollywood, Fla.  Las Vegas, Nev. Jacksonville, Fla. Drexel Hill, Pa.  Douglasville, Ga. Cape Coral, Fla. Ridgefield, N.J. Olympia, Wash. Pottstown, Pa. Las Vegas, Nev. Rogers, Ark. Ogden, Utah Valrico, Fla. Wake Forest, N.C. Arlington, Texas Elm Mott, Texas Antioch, Tenn. San Antonio, Texas Annapolis, Md. Kaneohe, Hawai’i Cordova, Tenn. Louisville, Ky. Angier, N.C. Costa Mesa, Calif. Brunswick, Ga. Smyrna, Tenn. Durham, N.C. Fayetteville, N.C.

PRONUNCIATION CHART Players

A.K. Akpunku Colin Amerau Kwazel Bertrand Casey Bolena Myer Krah Nathaniel Otto Evan Palelei Maika Polamalu Shakir Robinson Bernard Sarra Darius Staten Michael Tuimavave Obi Uzoma Geoffrey Whiteside Jake Zuzek

ack-PUNK-koo AM-er-o qua-ZELL bo-LEAN-uh CRAW auto PAW-luh-lay MY-kuh PO-la-MALL-ew shuh-KEAR as in the female’s name Sarah STAY-ten two-ee-muh-VAH-vay O-bee ew-ZOME-uh JOFF-ree ZOO-zeck

Coaches

Ken Niumatalolo Dale Pehrson Shaun Nua Mick Yokitis

KNEE-uh-mot-uh-lo-lo PEER-son NEW-uh yo-KIGH-tis

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NUMERICAL ROSTER # Ltr 1 1 2 ** 2 3 3 4 4 5 * 5 6 * 6 7 7 8 ** 8 9 9 10 11 ** 13 ** 13 14 14 15 15 16 * 16 17 * 17 18 * 18 19 * 19 20 ** 20 21 21 22 22 23 ** 23 24 ** 24 25 * 25 26 *** 26 28 28 29 * 29 31 32 32 33 * 33 34 ** 34 35 35 36 36 37 * 37 38 38 39 39 40 40 41 * 41 42 42 43 43 44 * 44 45 * 45

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Name Brendon Clements DJ Grant-Johnson Parrish Gaines Ralph Montalvo Lonnie Richardson Bradley Bostick Eric Johnson Kenneth Mouton Quincy Adams Kyle O’Connor Nick Sloan Kyle Battle Shelley White Nick Fabrizio Wave Ryder Will Worth Myer Krah Kody Akers John Hendrick Pablo Beltran Jordan Drake Austin Grebe Albrey Felder Troy Thompson Lorentez Barbour Max Lee Mike Markovsky Reuben Carson Kwazel Bertrand Andrew Mitchell Colin Amerau Dishan Romine Keenan Reynolds Brandon Boyd Darius Staten Nnamdi Uzoma Colin Osborne Amari Ross Toneo Gulley Mike Kelly Chris Ferguson Myles Swain Ryan Williams-Jenkins Roddy Reyna Demond Brown Cameron Bryant Marcus Thomas Edward Robinson Marc Meier Daiquan Thomasson Geoffrey Whiteside Ryan Harris Tago Smith Quentin Ezell Tyler Lehrke Maika Polamalu Shawn White Noah Copeland Kikau Pescaia Nick Martinez Derek Mann Quinton Singleton Marcus Mack Chris Swain Jamaal Williams Gavin Jernigan Josiah Powell Shakir Robinson Alex Barta Ed Royds William Tuider Josh Tate Will McKamey George Jamison Kendrick Mouton Michael Huf Julian Turner Obi Uzoma Bob Marshburn Paul Quessenberry DeBrandon Sanders

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

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

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

Wt 185 195 196 195 188 147 191 200 195 160 190 190 190 185 207 210 203 201 198 225 220 192 176 185 194 185 190 170 186 220 195 185 185 199 190 220 206 190 190 220 195 190 170 190 191 175 165 198 180 190 171 210 190 240 202 218 235 214 207 222 180 204 210 232 198 217 200 197 210 197 205 209 170 197 195 260 190 231 220 251 160

Hometown / High School Miami, Fla. / Coral Reef Hilo, Hawai’i / Kamehameha Hawai’i Smyrna, Tenn. / Smyrna Miami, Fla. / LaSalle Chester, Pa. / Strath Haven Birmingham, Ala. / Oak Mountain Fayetteville, N.C. / Jack Britt Naples, Fla. / Golden Gate San Antonio, Texas / Louis D. Brandeis New Bern, N.C. / New Bern San Diego, Calif. / Scripps Ranch Temple, Texas / Belton Annapolis, Md. / Archbishop Spalding Valrico, Fla. / Durant Kaneohe, Hawai’i / Kamehameha Valrico, Fla. / Newsome Durham, N.C. / Hillside Richwood, Ohio / Rutherford B. Hayes Tampa, Fla. / Sickles Humble, Texas / Atascocita Douglasville, Ga. / Chapel Hill Stafford, Va. / North Stafford Orange Park, Fla. / Orange Park Powder Springs, Ga. / Hillgrove Louisville, Ky. / Louisville Male San Diego, Calif. / Francis Parker Costa Mesa, Calif. / Orange Lutheran Birmingham, Ala. / Hoover Antioch, Tenn. / Brentwood Academy Destin, Fla. / Niceville Alexandria, Va. / Mount Vernon Louisville, Ky. / duPont Manual Antioch, Tenn. / Goodpasture Christian La Marque, Texas / La Marque Carrollton, Texas / Hebron Wake Forest, N.C. / Knightdale Sykesville, Md. / Glenelg Roswell, Ga. / Centennial Kenosha, Wis. / Tremper West Chester, Ohio / Lakota West Angier, N.C. / West Johnston Macon, Ga. / Mount de Sales Academy Helena, Ala. / Pelham San Antonio, Texas / Louis D. Brandeis Glen Burnie, Md. / Old Mill San Diego, Calif. / Mira Mesa Baton Rouge, La. / Catholic Chesapeake, Va. / Hickory Chesapeake, Va. / Great Bridge Clayton, N.C. / Clayton Columbus, Ohio / Bishop Hartley Mission Viejo, Calif. / Mission Viejo Fayetteville, Ga. / Fayette County Walkersville, Md. / Walkersville San Diego, Calif. / Mira Mesa Pottstown, Pa. / Pottsgrove Palm Coast, Fla. / Matanzas San Antonio, Texas / Louis D. Brandeis Honolulu, Hawai’i / Kamehameha Elm Mott, Texas / Reicher Catholic San Antonio, Texas / Stevens Manning, S.C. / Scott’s Branch Smyrna, Ga. / North Atlanta Macon, Ga. / Mt. de Sales Academy Durham, N.C. / Hillside Lawndale, Calif. / Mira Costa Providence, Ky. / Madisonville North Hopkins Brunswick, Ga. / Brunswick Clarkston, Mich. / Clarkston Mount Laurel, N.J. / Shawnee Lawrenceville, Ga. / Mountain View Nashville, Tenn. / Brentwood Academy Knoxville, Tenn. / Grace Christian Academy Cordova, Tenn. / Evangelical Christian Naples, Fla. / St. John Neumann Drexel Hill, Pa. / Cardinal O’Hara Warrenseville, Ohio / Orange Wake Forest, N.C. / Knightdale Homer, Ga. / Athens Academy Carlsbad, Calif. / La Costa Canyon Itta Bena, Miss. / Leflore County


NUMERICAL ROSTER # Ltr 46 46 47 * 47 48 48 49 49 50 50 51 ** 51 52 * 52 53 * 54 54 55 * 56 56 57 57 58 * 58 59 59 60 60 61 62 * 63 64 ** 64 65 65 66 67 68 68 69 * 69 70 ** 71 * 71 72 ** 72 73 74 74 75 * 76 76 77 * 77 78 79 80 81 82 * 83 84 84 85 *** 85 86 86 87 ** 88 ** 88 89 90 * 91 * 92 93 ** 94 95 96 97 98 99

Name Chris Johnson David Frechette A.K. Akpunku Calvin Cass Jr. Will Huntsman Daniel Gonzales Anthony Lewis Bryson Garcia Don Pearson Maurice Morris James Britton Harrison Louden DJ Sargenti Zach Laniewski Cody Peterson (CC) Tyler Goble Jeremiah Robbins Michael Tuimavave Joe Worth Blake Copeland E.K. Binns Alex Brown Evan Palelei Corin Cline Josh Antol Jalen Wade Ben Tamburello Rex Montes Brandon Greene Bradyn Heap Blaze Ryder Jake Zuzek Patrick Forrestal Joey Gaston Cole Wright Bradford Mills Nathaniel Otto Chris Nurthen Rob Dusz Barry Dabney Patrick Hoffman Graham Vickers Thomas Stone Cam Henson Travis Bridges Adam West Sam Womack Eric Mahler John Ferguson Tanner Fleming Blake Benjamin Carter Shipley Bernard Sarra Andrew Martin Kyle Cregge Matthew Van Halanger Hayden Maples Brendan Dudeck Justin Haan Devin Crayton Brantley Horton Amos Mason Matt Aiken (CC) Nick McCrory Zach Hester Jamir Tillman Shawn Lynch Casey Bolena Ted Colburn Thomas Wilson Will Anthony Aaron Davis David Gordeuk Joe Cardona Vin Rider Peter Igras Brice Musgrove Austin Kurke A.J. Barnaby Sean Reaver

Pos OLB WR OLB SB FB LB LB WR LB OL LB OL OLB OG LB LB OL LB LB OL OG OLB DE OL LS LB OG DE C OT C OG DL OT DL OT OG OT DL NG OL OT OG DL NG OL OT OG DL C OT DL NG OL OG OT WR WR P WR WR OLB WR LB LB WR WR WR LB WR DE DE DE LS NG DE NG DL NG DE

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

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

Wt 207 185 238 200 198 220 229 227 224 310 223 275 216 275 228 228 290 244 210 258 287 239 247 260 220 208 275 222 257 288 265 310 305 281 245 250 260 260 280 302 265 254 295 250 318 267 240 278 240 276 241 255 303 272 291 259 195 202 211 194 179 230 195 221 217 190 190 210 225 192 238 251 236 217 273 240 290 235 283 245

Hometown / High School Cape Coral, Fla. / Cape Coral Orange Park, Fla. / Bolles Arlington, Texas / Cedar Hill Sicklerville, N.J. / St. Augustine Prep Salt Lake City, Utah / Judge Memorial Vail, Ariz. / Cienega Ogden, Utah / Cottonwood Ramona, Calif. / Ramona Las Vegas, Nev. / Faith Lutheran La Porte, Texas / La Porte Rogers, Ark. / Rogers Heritage Mobile, Ala. / McGill Toolen Ridgefield, N.J. / Ridgefield Memorial Englewood, Fla. / Lemon Bay Olympia, Wash. / AG West Black Hills Plymouth, Mich. / Plymouth Arlington, Texas / Arlington Daly City, Calif. / Archbishop Riordan Valrico, Fla. / Newsome Muscle Shoals, Ala. / Muscle Shoals Cape Coral, Fla. / Island Coast West Columbia, S.C. / White Knoll Las Vegas, Nev. / Bishop Gorman Garland, Texas / South Garland Trabuco Canyon, Calif. / Mission Viejo Spring Hill, Tenn. / Independence Hoover, Ala. / Spain Park Grapevine, Texas / Colleyville Heritage Highland, Calif. / Redlands East Valley South Jordan, Utah / Bingham Kaneohe, Hawai’i / Kamehameha Brookhaven, Pa. / West Philadelphia Catholic Albany, Ga. / Deerfield-Windsor Knoxville, Tenn. / Knoxville Catholic Ft. Myers, Fla. / Evangelical Christian Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. / St. Thomas Aquinas Houston, Texas / Clear Lake Phoenixville, Pa. / Great Valley Scottsdale, Ariz. / Saguaro Nashville, Tenn. / Brentwood Academy Audubon, Pa. / La Salle Diamond Bar, Calif. / Diamond Ranch Melbourne, Fla. / Melbourne Central Catholic Snellville, Ga. / Brookwood Hollywood, Fla. / Chaminade-Madonna College Prep Spring, Texas / Klein Las Vegas, Nev. / Bishop Gorman Matawan, N.J. / Old Bridge Argyle, Texas / John H. Guyer Deltona, Fla. / Deltona Pomona, Calif. / Diamond Ranch Kissimmee, Fla. / Lake Highland Prep Monessen, Pa. / Greensburg Central Catholic Decatur, Ala. / Decatur Alpharetta, Ga. / Milton Athens, Ga. / Prince Avenue Christian Raleigh, N.C. / Ravenscroft Hamilton Square, N.J. / The Hun School Byron City, Mich. / South Christian Helotes, Texas / Louis D. Brandeis Cleveland, N.C. / West Rowan Nashville, Tenn. / Brentwood Academy Roanoke, Va. / Hidden Valley Seadrift, Texas / Calhoun Lancaster, Ky. / Boyle County Las Vegas, Nev. / Bishop Gorman Pelham, Ala. / Pelham Phoenix, Ariz. / Desert Vista Northport, Ala. / Tuscaloosa County Brandenburg, Ky. / Meade County Jacksonville, Fla. / Trinity Christian Academy Pearland, Texas / Glenda Dawson Port Matilda, Pa. / State College Area El Cajon, Calif. / Granite Hills Athens, Ohio / Athens Scottsdale, Ariz. / Notre Dame Prep Dallas, Texas / Cedar Hill El Segundo, Calif. / El Segundo Deltona, Fla. / Trinity Christian Academy Thurmont, Md. / Catoctin

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ALPHABETICAL ROSTER # Ltr 5 * 85 *** 9 47 * 18 * 90 * 59 15 98 39 6 11 ** 76 17 * 57 88 ** 3 19 72 ** 51 ** 57 25 * 25 93 ** 16 47 1 58 88 56 34 ** 83 78 69 * 91 * 13 ** 81 68 32 7 14 23 ** 74 75 * 64 46 2 ** 49 65 54 48 92 1 13 61 22 82 * 29 62 * 10 71 86 69 84 43 48 95 42 38 46 4 22 9 97 52 15 32 49 51 87 ** 36

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Name Quincy Adams Matt Aiken (CC) Kody Akers A.K. Akpunku Colin Amerau Will Anthony Josh Antol Lorentez Barbour A.J. Barnaby Alex Barta Kyle Battle Pablo Beltran Blake Benjamin Kwazel Bertrand E.K. Binns Casey Bolena Bradley Bostick Brandon Boyd Travis Bridges James Britton Alex Brown Demond Brown Cameron Bryant Joe Cardona Reuben Carson Calvin Cass Jr. Brendon Clements Corin Cline Ted Colburn Blake Copeland Noah Copeland Devin Crayton Kyle Cregge Barry Dabney Aaron Davis Jordan Drake Brendan Dudeck Rob Dusz Quentin Ezell Nick Fabrizio Albrey Felder Chris Ferguson John Ferguson Tanner Fleming Patrick Forrestal David Frechette Parrish Gaines Bryson Garcia Joey Gaston Tyler Goble Daniel Gonzales David Gordeuk DJ Grant-Johnson Austin Grebe Brandon Greene Toneo Gulley Justin Haan Ryan Harris Bradyn Heap John Hendrick Cam Henson Zach Hester Patrick Hoffman Brantley Horton Michael Huf Will Huntsman Peter Igras George Jamison Gavin Jernigan Chris Johnson Eric Johnson Mike Kelly Myer Krah Austin Kurke Zach Laniewski Max Lee Tyler Lehrke Anthony Lewis Harrison Louden Shawn Lynch Marcus Mack

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

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

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

Wt 195 195 201 238 195 238 220 194 283 210 190 225 241 186 287 210 147 199 318 223 239 191 175 217 170 200 185 260 225 258 214 194 291 302 251 220 202 280 240 185 176 195 240 276 305 185 196 227 281 228 220 236 195 192 257 190 211 210 288 198 250 217 265 179 260 198 240 197 217 207 191 220 203 235 275 185 202 229 275 190 210

Hometown / High School San Antonio, Texas / Louis D. Brandeis Roanoke, Va. / Hidden Valley Richwood, Ohio / Rutherford B. Hayes Arlington, Texas / Cedar Hill Alexandria, Va. / Mount Vernon Jacksonville, Fla. / Trinity Christian Academy Trabuco Canyon, Calif. / Mission Viejo Louisville, Ky. / Louisville Male Deltona, Fla. / Trinity Christian Academy Clarkston, Mich. / Clarkston Temple, Texas / Belton Humble, Texas / Atascocita Pomona, Calif. / Diamond Ranch Antioch, Tenn. / Brentwood Academy Cape Coral, Fla. / Island Coast Phoenix, Ariz. / Desert Vista Birmingham, Ala. / Oak Mountain La Marque, Texas / La Marque Hollywood, Fla. / Chaminade-Madonna College Prep Rogers, Ark. / Rogers Heritage West Columbia, S.C. / White Knoll Glen Burnie, Md. / Old Mill San Diego, Calif. / Mira Mesa El Cajon, Calif. / Granite Hills Birmingham, Ala. / Hoover Sicklerville, N.J. / St. Augustine Prep Miami, Fla. / Coral Reef Garland, Texas / South Garland Northport, Ala. / Tuscaloosa County Muscle Shoals, Ala. / Muscle Shoals San Antonio, Texas / Louis D. Brandeis Helotes, Texas / Louis D. Brandeis Alpharetta, Ga. / Milton Nashville, Tenn. / Brentwood Academy Pearland, Texas / Glenda Dawson Douglasville, Ga. / Chapel Hill Hamilton Square, N.J. / The Hun School Scottsdale, Ariz. / Saguaro Walkersville, Md. / Walkersville Valrico, Fla. / Durant Orange Park, Fla. / Orange Park Angier, N.C. / West Johnston Argyle, Texas / John H. Guyer Deltona, Fla. / Deltona Albany, Ga. / Deerfield-Windsor Orange Park, Fla. / Bolles Smyrna, Tenn. / Smyrna Ramona, Calif. / Ramona Knoxville, Tenn. / Knoxville Catholic Plymouth, Mich. / Plymouth Vail, Ariz. / Cienega Port Matilda, Pa. / State College Area Hilo, Hawai’i / Kamehameha Hawai’i Stafford, Va. / North Stafford Highland, Calif. / Redlands East Valley Kenosha, Wis. / Tremper Byron City, Mich. / South Christian Mission Viejo, Calif. / Mission Viejo South Jordan, Utah / Bingham Tampa, Fla. / Sickles Snellville, Ga. / Brookwood Lancaster, Ky. / Boyle County Audubon, Pa. / La Salle Cleveland, N.C. / West Rowan Drexel Hill, Pa. / Cardinal O’Hara Salt Lae City, Utah / Judge Memorial Scottsdale, Ariz. / Notre Dame Prep Cordova, Tenn. / Evangelical Christian Lawndale, Calif. / Mira Costa Cape Coral, Fla. / Cape Coral Fayetteville, N.C. / Jack Britt West Chester, Ohio / Lakota West Durham, N.C. / Hillside El Segundo, Calif. / El Segundo Englewood, Fla. / Lemon Bay San Diego, Calif. / Francis Parker San Diego, Calif. / Mira Mesa Ogden, Utah / Cottonwood Mobile, Ala. / McGill Toolen Pelham, Ala. / Pelham Smyrna, Ga. / North Atlanta


ALPHABETICAL ROSTER # Ltr 74 35 80 16 * 44 35 77 84 85 41 28 66 17 2 60 50 42 4 96 68 5 21 67 58 * 50 34 53 * 33 * 38 45 * 99 24 19 * 3 94 54 26 39 18 21 40 63 8 ** 45 52 * 77 * 76 36 * 6 31 20 ** 71 * 37 * 23 60 41 * 26 *** 28 14 86 40 55 * 43 20 44 * 79 70 ** 59 72 33 7 29 * 37 24 ** 89 73 56 8 65 64 **

Name Eric Mahler Derek Mann Hayden Maples Mike Markovsky Bob Marshburn Nick Martinez Andrew Martin Amos Mason Nick McCrory Will McKamey Marc Meier Bradford Mills Andrew Mitchell Ralph Montalvo Rex Montes Maurice Morris Kendrick Mouton Kenneth Mouton Brice Musgrove Chris Nurthen Kyle O’Connor Colin Osborne Nathaniel Otto Evan Palelei Don Pearson Kikau Pescaia Cody Peterson (CC) Maika Polamalu Josiah Powell Paul Quessenberry Sean Reaver Roddy Reyna Keenan Reynolds Lonnie Richardson Vin Rider Jeremiah Robbins Edward Robinson Shakir Robinson Dishan Romine Amari Ross Ed Royds Blaze Ryder Wave Ryder DeBrandon Sanders DJ Sargenti Bernard Sarra Carter Shipley Quinton Singleton Nick Sloan Tago Smith Darius Staten Thomas Stone Chris Swain Myles Swain Ben Tamburello Josh Tate Marcus Thomas Daiquan Thomasson Troy Thompson Jamir Tillman William Tuider Michael Tuimavave Julian Turner Nnamdi Uzoma Obi Uzoma Matthew Van Halanger Graham Vickers Jalen Wade Adam West Shawn White Shelley White Geoffrey Whiteside Jamaal Williams Ryan Williams-Jenkins Thomas Wilson Sam Womack Joe Worth Will Worth Cole Wright Jake Zuzek

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

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

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

Wt 278 180 195 190 220 222 272 230 221 170 180 250 220 195 222 310 195 200 290 260 160 206 260 247 224 207 228 218 200 251 245 190 185 188 273 290 198 197 185 190 197 265 207 160 216 303 255 204 190 190 190 295 232 190 275 209 165 190 185 190 205 244 190 220 231 259 254 208 267 235 190 171 198 170 192 240 210 210 245 310

Hometown / High School Matawan, N.J. / Old Bridge San Antonio, Texas / John Paul Stevens Raleigh, N.C. / Ravenscroft Costa Mesa, Calif. / Orange Lutheran Homer, Ga. / Athens Academy Elm Mott, Texas / Reicher Catholic Decatur, Ala. / Decatur Nashville, Tenn. / Brentwood Academy Seadrift, Texas / Calhoun Knoxville, Tenn. / Grace Christian Academy Chesapeake, Va. / Great Bridge Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. / St. Thomas Aquinas Destin, Fla. / Niceville Miami, Fla. / LaSalle Grapevine, Texas / Colleyville Heritage La Porte, Texas / La Porte Naples, Fla. / St. John Neumann Naples, Fla. / Golden Gate Dallas Hill, Texas / Cedar Hill Phoenixville, Pa. / Great Valley New Bern, N.C. / New Bern Sykesville, Md. / Glenelg Houston, Texas / Clear Lake Las Vegas, Nev. / Bishop Gorman Las Vegas, Nev. / Faith Lutheran Honolulu, Hawai’i / Kamehameha Olympia, Wash. / AG West Black Hills Pottstown, Pa. / Pottsgrove Providence, Ky. / Madisonville North Hopkins Carlsbad, Calif. / La Costa Canyon Thurmont, Md. / Catoctin San Antonio, Texas / Louis D. Brandeis Antioch, Tenn. / Goodpasture Christian Chester, Pa. / Strath Haven Athens, Ohio / Athens Arlington, Texas / Arlington Chesapeake, Va. / Hickory Brunswick, Ga. / Brunswick Louisville, Ky. / duPont Manual Roswell, Ga. / Centennial Mount Laurel, N.J. / Shawnee Kaneohe, Hawai’i / Kamehameha Kaneohe, Hawai’i / Kamehameha Itta Bena, Miss. / Leflore County Ridgefield, N.J. / Ridgefield Memorial Monessen, Pa. / Greensburg Central Catholic Kissimmee, Fla. / Lake Highland Prep Manning, S.C. / Scott’s Branch San Diego, Calif. / Scripps Ranch Fayetteville, Ga. / Fayette County Carrollton, Texas/ Hebron Melbourne, Fla. / Melbourne Central Catholic Macon, Ga. / Mt. de Sales Academy Macon, Ga. / Mount de Sales Academy Hoover, Ala. / Spain Park Nashville, Tenn./Brentwood Academy Baton Rouge, La. / Catholic Clayton, N.C. / Clayton Powder Springs, Ga. / Hillgrove Las Vegas, Nev. / Bishop Gorman Lawrenceville, Ga. / Mountain View Daly City, Calif. / Archbishop Riordan Warrenseville, Ohio / Orange Wake Forest, N.C. / Knightdale Wake Forest, N.C. / Knightdale Athens, Ga. / Prince Avenue Christian Diamond Bar, Calif. / Diamond Ranch Spring Hill, Tenn. / Independence Spring, Texas / Klein Palm Coast, Fla. / Matanzas Annapolis, Md. / Archbishop Spalding Columbus, Ohio / Bishop Hartley Durham, N.C. / Hillside Helena, Ala. / Pelham Brandenburg, Ky. / Meade County Las Vegas, Nev. / Bishop Gorman Valrico, Fla. / Newsome Valrico, Fla. / Newsome Ft. Myers, Fla. / Evangelical Christian Brookhaven, Pa. / West Philadelphia Catholic

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AMERICA’S TEAM Alabama (9) Bradley Bostick Reuben Carson Ted Colburn Blake Copeland Harrison Louden Shawn Lynch Andrew Martin Ben Tamburello Ryan Williams-Jenkins Arizona (4) Casey Bolena Rob Dusz Daniel Gonzales Peter Igras Arkansas (1) James Britton

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Birmingham Birmingham Northport Muscle Shoals Mobile Pelham Decatur Hoover Helena Phoenix Scottsdale Vail Scottsdale

Hawai’i (4) D.J. Grant-Johnson Kikau Pescaia Blaze Ryder Wave Ryder

Hilo Honolulu Kaneohe Kaneohe

Kentucky (5) Lorentez Barbour Zach Hester Josiah Powell Dishan Romine Thomas Wilson

Louisville Lancaster Providence Louisville Bradenburg

Louisiana (1) Marcus Thomas

Baton Rouge

Rogers

California (15) Josh Antol Blake Benjamin Cameron Bryant Joe Cardona Bryson Garcia Ryan Harris Gavin Jernigan Austin Kurke Max Lee Tyler Lehrke Mike Markovsky Paul Quessenberry Nick Sloan Michael Tuimavave Graham Vickers

Trabuco Canyon Pomona San Diego El Cajon Ramona Mission Viejo Lawndale El Segundo San Diego San Diego Costa Mesa Carlsbad San Diego Daly City Diamond Bar

Florida (24) Will Anthony A.J. Barnaby E.K. Binns Travis Bridges Brendon Clements Nick Fabrizio Albrey Felder Tanner Fleming David Frechette Brandon Greene John Hendrick Chris Johnson Zach Laniewski Bradford Mills Andrew Mitchell Ralph Montalvo Kendrick Mouton Kenneth Mouton Carter Shipley Thomas Stone Shawn White Joe Worth Will Worth Cole Wright

Jacksonville Deltona Cape Coral Hollywood Miami Valrico Orange Park Deltona Orange Park Highland Tampa Sanibel Englewood Ft. Lauderdale Destin Miami Naples Naples Kissimmee Melbourne Palm Coast Valrico Valrico Ft. Myers

Georgia (14) Kyle Cregge Jordan Drake Patrick Forrestal Cam Henson Marcus Mack Bob Marshburn Shakir Robinson Amari Ross Tago Smith Chris Swain Myles Swain Troy Thompson William Tuider Matthew Van Halanger

Alpharetta Douglasville Albany Snellville Smyrna Homer Brunswick Roswell Fayetteville Macon Macon Power Springs Lawrenceville Athens

Maryland (5) Demond Brown Quentin Ezell Colin Osborne Sean Reaver Shelley White

Glen Burnie Walkersville Sykesville Thurmont Annapolis

Michigan (3) Alex Barta Tyler Goble Justin Haan

Clarkston Plymouth Byron City

Mississippi (1) DeBrandon Sanders

Itta Bena

Nevada (4) Evan Palelei Don Pearson Jamir Tillman Sam Womack

Las Vegas Las Vegas Las Vegas Las Vegas

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AMERICA’S TEAM New Jersey (5) Brendan Dudeck Calvin Cass Jr. Eric Mahler Ed Royds DJ Sargenti North Carolina (10) Chris Ferguson Brantley Horton Eric Johnson Myer Krah Hayden Maples Kyle O’Connor Daiquan Thomasson Nnamdi Uzoma Obi Uzoma Jamaal Williams

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Hamilton Square Sicklerville Matawan Mount Laurel Ridgefield Angier Cleveland Fayetteville Durham Raleigh New Bern Clayton Wake Forest Wake Forest Durham

Ohio (5) Kody Akers Mike Kelly Vin Rider Julian Turner Geoffrey Whiteside

Richwood West Chester Athens Warrenseville Columbus

Pennsylvania (8) David Gordeuk Patrick Hoffman Michael Huf Chris Nurthen Maika Polamalu Lonnie Richardson Bernard Sarra Jake Zuzek

Port Matilda Audobon Drexel Hill Phoenixville Pottstown Chester Monessen Brookhaven

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5

5 5 5 10 10 2

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9

14

5

South Carolina (2) Alex Brown Quentin Singleton

West Columbia Manning

Tennessee (10) Kwazel Bertrand Barry Dabney Parrish Gaines Joey Gaston George Jamison Amos Mason Will McKamey Keenan Reynolds Josh Tate Jalen Wade

Antioch Nashville Smyrna Knoxville Cordova Nashville Knoxville Antioch Nashville Spring Hill

Texas (21) Quincy Adams A.K. Akpunku Kyle Battle Pablo Beltran Brandon Boyd Corin Cline Noah Copeland Devin Crayton Aaron Davis John Ferguson Derek Mann Nick Martinez Nick McCrory Rex Montes Maurice Morris Brice Musgrove Nathaniel Otto Roddy Reyna Jeremiah Robbins Darius Staten Adam West

San Antonio Arlington Temple Humble La Marque Garland San Antonio Helotes Pearland Argyle San Antonio Elm Mott Seadrift Grapevine La Porte Dallas Hill Houston San Antonio Arlington Carrollton Spring

Utah (3) Bradyn Heap Will Huntsman Anthony Lewis Virginia (5) Matt Aiken Colin Amerau Austin Grebe Marc Meier Edward Robinson

South Jordan Salt Lake City Ogden Roanoke Alexander Stafford Chesapeake Chesapeake

Washington (1) Cody Peterson

Olympia

Wisconsin (1) Toneo Gulley

Kenosha

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Ken Niumatalolo, Head Coach.................................... 58-59 Buddy Green, Defensive Coordinator.............................60 Ivin Jasper, Offensive Coordinator...................................61 Chris Culton, Offensive Line..............................................62 Dustin Davis, Outside Linebackers..................................63 Tony Grantham, Outside Linebackers............................64 Ashley Ingram, Running Game Coord./Off. Line..........65 Steve Johns, Linebackers...................................................66 Keith Jones, Secondary.......................................................67

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Mike Judge, Fullbacks........................................................68 Shaun Nua, Defensive Line................................................69 Danny O’Rourke, Slot Backs..............................................70 Dale Pehrson, Defensive Line...........................................71

Mick Yokitis, Wide Receivers............................................72 Mike Brass/Dr. Jeff Fair/Sean Magee..............................73 Bryce McDonald/John McGuire/Greg Morgenthaler....74 Maj. Robert Green................................................................75 Support Staff...........................................................................75

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KEN NIUMATALOLO HEAD COACH

NIUMATALOLO’S RESUMÉ 16TH SEASON at NAVY SIXTH SEASON as HEAD COACH (40-26, .606) _____________________ 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, 2002-07 Head Coach Navy, 2008-Present

_____________________ PERSONAL Date of Birth May 8, 1965 Education Hawai’i, B.S., 1989 Wife Barbara Children Alexcia, Va’a, and Ali’i

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Entering his sixth season at the helm of the Navy football program, head coach Ken Niumatalolo is accomplishing things that have never been done in the 131-year history of the program.

that finished with a winning record and six that went to bowl games. Senior guard John Dowd became the first player in school history to be named a two-time First-Team Academic All-American.

Niumatalolo’s 40 wins are the most in school history by a coach in his first five years and ranks fourth all-time at Navy, just 15 wins behind the all-time leader George Welsh. He led Navy to a 10-win season in 2009, which tied for the most wins in school history, and he is the first coach in program history to lead Navy to a bowl game in each of his first three seasons. He is also the first Service Academy coach to win the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy in his first two years as a head coach.

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

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 led Navy to an 8-5 record in 2012 and a berth in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl, which was Navy’s ninth bowl game in the last 10 years. Navy defeated Air Force, 28-21, in overtime and Army, 1713, to give the Mids the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy for the third time in Niumatalolo’s five-year tenure and the Army win marked Navy’s 11th consecutive victory over its biggest rivals. Niumatalolo is just the third coach in school history to win his first five games against Army. Other big wins for Navy in 2012 included a come-frombehind 31-30 victory over Indiana and wins over bowl bound East Carolina (56-28) and Central Michigan (31-13). Navy was 5-7 in 2011 that included a series record 10thstraight victory over Army. The Mids played seven teams

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 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 first-year 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.


COACHING STAFF 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 thenNCAA 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, Va’a and Ali’i.

Niumatalolo Coaching Record School Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy

Year 2007* 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Career

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

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Postseason Poinsettia EagleBank Texas Poinsettia -Kraft Fight Hunger

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

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 national spotlight over the last 10 seasons, compiling an 83-45 record (.648). The 83 wins are the 22nd most in the country over the last 10 years. During that time, Navy made a school-record 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 NCAArecord 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-to-back 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-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).

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BUDDY GREEN

DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR / SECONDARY Buddy Green is entering his 12th season as the defensive coordinator and secondary coach at the Naval Academy. He has been an integral part of a staff that has brought the Midshipmen back into the national spotlight with an 83-45 (.648) record over the last 10 years, that includes nine bowl games and eight Commander-In-Chief’s Trophies. This past spring he was inducted into the Gaston County Hall of Fame. Green helped lead Navy to an 8-5 record in 2012 and a berth in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. Navy defeated Air Force, 28-21, in overtime and Army, 17-13, to win the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy. The win over Army marked Navy’s 11th consecutive victory over its biggest rivals. Other big wins for Navy in 2012 included a come-from-behind 31-30 victory over Indiana and wins over bowl bound East Carolina (56-28) and Central Michigan (31-13).

GREEN’S RESUMÉ 12TH 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

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Green’s defense finished 19th in the country in red zone defense, allowing just 37 scores in 50 opportunities. Outside linebacker Keegan Wetzel was named to the All-Independent Team by a nationwide media panel and was also named a FirstTeam Academic All-American. Navy compiled a 5-7 record in 2011 that included a series record 10th-straight victory over Army. Navy played seven teams that finished with a winning record and six that went to bowl games. The Mids finished 15th in the nation in turnover margin (+0.8). 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 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 thanks in part to Green’s 2-4-5 defensive alignment that flummoxed the Missouri offense. 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. The 2007 season was also a memorable one as the Midshipmen posted an 8-5 record, won the Commander-InChief’s Trophy, appeared in a fifth-straight bowl game, and defeated Notre Dame for the first time since 1963. 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) as the Mids finished 9-4 and won the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy. 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-In-Chief’s Trophy. In 2004, Green’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), go to back-to-back bowl games, win the Emerald Bowl and win the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy.

In 2003, Green’s defense 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) 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.


IVIN JASPER

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OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR / QUARTERBACKS Ivin Jasper is entering his 14th year at the Naval Academy, his 12th as the quarterbacks coach and his sixth as the offensive coordinator. He has been an integral part of a staff that has brought the Midshipmen back into the national spotlight with an 83-45 (.648) record over the last 10 years, that includes nine bowl games and eight Commander-In-Chief’s Trophies. A big part of Navy’s success on offense has been Jasper’s ability to develop quarterbacks such as Craig Candeto, Aaron Polanco, Brian Hampton, Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada, Jarod Bryant, Ricky Dobbs and Keenan Reynolds. Additionally, his work has catapulted Navy to No. 1 in the nation in rushing in five of the last 11 seasons, including an NCAArecord four-straight years from 2005-08. Jasper helped lead Navy to an 8-5 record in 2012 and a berth in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. Navy defeated Air Force, 28-21, in overtime and Army, 17-13, to win the Commander-InChief’s Trophy. The win over Army marked Navy’s 11th consecutive victory over its biggest rivals. Other big wins for Navy in 2012 included a come-from-behind 31-30 victory over Indiana and wins over bowl bound East Carolina (56-28) and Central Michigan (3113). Jasper’s offense finished sixth in the country in rushing (278.5 yards per game), while freshman quarterback Keenan Reynolds became an overnight sensation when he came off the bench to rally Navy to a 28-21 overtime victory over Air Force. After the win over Air Force, Reynolds started the remaining eight games and engineered fourth quarter comebacks over Indiana and Army. He finished 6-2 as a starting quarterback and became the first freshman to win the E.E. “Rip” Miller Award, which is given to the team MVP, and the first freshman to be named the MVP of the Army-Navy game. He was also named the Independent Rookie of the Year by a nationwide media panel. Navy finished 5-7 in 2011 that included a series record 10thstraight victory over Army. Navy played seven teams that finished with a winning record and six that went to bowl games. The Mids finished fourth in the nation in rushing offense, averaging 312.3 yards per game, and 15th in the nation in turnover margin (+0.8). 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). 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 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.

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. 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. 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. 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 CommanderIn-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. 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 14TH 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 _____________________ PERSONAL Date of Birth May 14, 1970 Education Hawai’i, B.S., 1994 Wife Donna Children Dallas, Jaylen and Jarren

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CHRIS CULTON

ASSISTANT COACH / OFFENSIVE LINE Chris Culton is entering his 11th year at the Naval Academy and his sixth coaching the offensive tackles. Culton coached the fullbacks his first five years at Navy. He has been an integral part of a staff that has brought the Midshipmen back into the national spotlight with an 83-45 (.648) record over the last 10 years, that includes nine bowl games and eight Commander-In-Chief’s Trophies. Additionally, his work has catapulted Navy to No. 1 in the nation in rushing in five of the last 11 seasons, including an NCAArecord four-straight years from 2005-08. Culton helped lead Navy to an 8-5 record in 2012 and a berth in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. Navy defeated Air Force, 28-21, in overtime and Army, 17-13, to win the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy.

CULTON’S RESUMÉ 11th 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 Education Georgia Southern, B.S., 2000 Wife Amanda Children Julie Grace, Ella, Reilley and Bain

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The win over Army marked Navy’s 11th consecutive victory over its biggest rivals. Other big wins for Navy in 2012 included a come-from-behind 31-30 victory over Indiana and wins over bowl bound East Carolina (56-28) and Central Michigan (3113). Offensive tackle Ryan Paulson was named All-East as the Mids finished sixth in the country in rushing (278.5 yards per game). Navy was 5-7 in 2011 that included a series record 10th-straight victory over Army. Navy played seven teams that finished with a winning record and six that went to bowl games. The Mids finished fourth in the nation in rushing offense, averaging 312.3 yards per game, and 15th in the nation in turnover margin (+0.8). Tackle Ryan Basford was named First-Team All-East. 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). 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.

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-InChief’s Trophy, appeared in a school-record fifth-straight bowl game and defeated Notre Dame for the first time since 1963. 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-InChief’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 . 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 two daughters, Julie Grace and Ella, and two sons, Reilley and Bain.


JUSTIN DAVIS

COACHING STAFF

ASSISTANT COACH / Outside Linebackers Justin Davis is entering his seventh season at the Naval Academy and his third working with the outside linebackers. Davis worked with the outside linebackers in 2007 before moving to the defensive line from 2008-11. Navy has compiled a record of 53-37 (.589) in his six years in Annapolis, beating Army six times, earning five bowl bids, winning four Commander-In-Chief’s Trophies and beating Notre Dame three times. Davis helped lead Navy to an 8-5 record in 2012 and a berth in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. Navy defeated Air Force, 28-21, in overtime and Army, 17-13, to win the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy. The win over Army marked Navy’s 11th consecutive victory over its biggest rivals. Other big wins for Navy in 2012 included a come-from-behind 31-30 victory over Indiana and wins over bowl bound East Carolina (56-28) and Central Michigan (3113).

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. 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-InChief’s Trophy, appeared in a school-record fifth-straight bowl game and defeated Notre Dame for the first time since 1963.

Outside linebacker Keegan Wetzel was named a First-Team Academic All-American and was named to the All-Independent team by a nationwide media panel.

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.

Navy was 5-7 in 2011 that included a series record 10th-straight victory over Army. The Mids played seven teams that finished with a winning record and six that went to bowl games. The Mids finished 15th in the nation in turnover margin (+0.8).

Davis also coached under Rose as a graduate assistant at Louisiana Tech and served for one season at Wagner College, where he coached linebackers.

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. 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

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.

DAVIS’ RESUMÉ SEVENTH SEASON at NAVY _____________________ COACHING BACKGROUND Assistant Coach Wagner, 2003 Graduate Assistant Louisiana Tech, 2004

Justin and his wife Mary reside in Annapolis.

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 Wife Mary

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TONY GRANTHAM

ASSISTANT COACH / OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS Navy has compiled a record of 40-25 (.615) since Grantham’s return to Annapolis five years ago, beating Army all five times, earning four bowl bids, winning three Commander-In-Chief’s Trophies and beating Notre Dame twice.

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.

Grantham helped lead Navy to an 8-5 record in 2012 and a berth in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. Navy defeated Air Force, 28-21, in overtime and Army, 17-13, to win the Commander-InChief’s Trophy.

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.

The win over Army marked Navy’s 11th consecutive victory over its biggest rivals. Other big wins for Navy in 2012 included a come-from-behind 31-30 victory over Indiana and wins over bowl bound East Carolina (56-28) and Central Michigan (3113).

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.

Outside linebacker Keegan Wetzel was named a First-Team Academic All-American and was named to the All-Independent team by a nationwide media panel.

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.

Tony Grantham is entering his sixth year at Navy as the outside linebackers coach and his 10th year overall.

GRANTHAM’S RESUMÉ 10th SEASON at NAVY _____________________ COACHING BACKGROUND Assistant Coach Eastern Illinois, 2000 Graduate Assistant LSU, 2001-02 Assistant Coach Navy, 2003-06 Assistant Coach Campbell, 2007 Assistant Coach Navy, 2008-Present _____________________ PERSONAL Date of Birth Nov. 16, 1974 Education Radford, B.S., 2000 Wife Mollie Children Jacob and Ruth Kasey

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Navy posted a 5-7 record in 2011 that included a series record 10th-straight victory over Army. Navy played seven teams that finished with a winning record and six that went to bowl games. The Mids finished 15th in the nation in turnover margin (+0.8). 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

In 2001, the Tigers went 10-3 and won the SEC Championship game over #2 Tennessee, knocking the Vols out of the BCS title game. LSU went on to win the Sugar Bowl. In 2002, LSU finished as Co-Champions of the SEC Western Division 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, and daughter, Ruth Kasey.


COACHING STAFF

ASHLEY INGRAM

Running Game Coordinator / OFFENSIVE LINE Ashley Ingram is entering his sixth year at the Naval Academy coaching the centers and guards and his first as the running game coordinator. Navy has compiled a record of 40-25 (.615) in Ingram’s tenure, beating Army all five times, earning four bowl bids, winning three Commander-In-Chief’s Trophies and beating Notre Dame twice. Ingram helped lead Navy to an 8-5 record in 2012 and a berth in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. Navy defeated Air Force, 28-21, in overtime and Army, 17-13, to win the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy. The win over Army marked Navy’s 11th consecutive victory over its biggest rivals. Other big wins for Navy in 2012 included a come-from-behind 31-30 victory over Indiana and wins over bowl bound East Carolina (56-28) and Central Michigan (3113). Guard Josh Cabral was named All-East as the Mids finished sixth in the country in rushing (278.5 yards per game). Navy was 5-7 in 2011, which included a series record 10thstraight victory over Army. Navy played seven teams that finished with a winning record and six that went to bowl games. The Mids finished fourth in the nation in rushing offense, averaging 312.3 yards per game, and 15th in the nation in turnover margin (+0.8). Guard John Dowd was named a First-Team Academic All-American for the second-consecutive

year making him the first Two-Time First-Team Academic AllAmerican in school history. 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). 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 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. 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 AllAmerican, 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 the spring. After spending a year at North Cobb High School in Kennesaw, Ga., in 1998, 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 SIXTH 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, 2008-12 Assistant Coach/Running Game Coordinator Navy, 2013 _____________________ PERSONAL Date of Birth March 31, 1973 Education North Alabama, B.S., 1996 North Alabama, M.Ed., 1997 Wife Jennifer Children Laura and James

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STEVE JOHNS

SPECIAL TEAMS COORDinator / INSIDE LINEBACKERS Steve Johns is entering his sixth year at the Naval Academy coaching the inside linebackers and serving as the special teams coordinator. Navy has compiled a record of 40-25 (.615) in Johns’ tenure, beating Army all five times, earning four bowl bids, winning three Commander-In-Chief’s Trophies and beating Notre Dame twice. Johns helped lead Navy to an 8-5 record in 2012 and a berth in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. Navy defeated Air Force, 28-21, in overtime and Army, 17-13, to win the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy. The win over Army marked Navy’s 11th consecutive victory over its biggest rivals. Other big wins for Navy in 2012 included a come-from-behind 31-30 victory over Indiana and wins over bowl bound East Carolina (56-28) and Central Michigan (3113).

JOHNS’ RESUMÉ SIXTH 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 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 and Lily

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Kicker Nick Sloan was named All-East, while punter Pablo Beltran averaged 43.6 yards per punt, which is the third-best single-season average in school history. Navy was 5-7 in 2011, which included a series record 10thstraight victory over Army. Navy played seven teams that finished with a winning record and six that went to bowl games. The Mids finished 15th in the nation in turnover margin (+0.8). 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 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. 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. 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. Steve and his wife Kristin have a son, Sam, and a daughter, Lily.


KEITH JONES

COACHING STAFF

ASSISTANT COACH / SECONDARY Keith Jones is entering his 12th season at the Naval Academy and his fifth coaching the secondary. He coached the secondary his first two years at Navy, moved to outside linebackers for seven seasons and returned to coach the secondary in 2011. Jones helped lead Navy to an 8-5 record in 2012 and a berth in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. Navy defeated Air Force, 28-21, in overtime and Army, 17-13, to win the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy. The win over Army marked Navy’s 11th consecutive victory over its biggest rivals. Other big wins for Navy in 2012 included a come-from-behind 31-30 victory over Indiana and wins over bowl bound East Carolina (56-28) and Central Michigan (3113). Navy was 5-7 in 2011, which included a series record 10thstraight victory over Army. Navy played seven teams that finished with a winning record and six that went to bowl games. The Mids finished 15th in the nation in turnover margin (+0.8). 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 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. 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 school-record 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-InChief’s Trophy In 2003, Jones helped the defense finish 14th in the nation in pass defense (61st 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.

JONES’ RESUMÉ 12TH 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

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.

Assistant Coach Navy, 2002-Present _____________________

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.

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

PERSONAL Date of Birth January 14, 1953

Wife Pamela Children Kristin, Tiffany, Kourtney and Brittany

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COACHING STAFF

Mike Judge

ASSISTANT COACH / Fullbacks Mike Judge is entering his sixth year at the Naval Academy coaching the fullbacks. Navy has compiled a record of 40-25 (.615) in Judge’s tenure, beating Army all five times, earning four bowl bids, winning three Commander-In-Chief’s Trophies and beating Notre Dame twice. Judge helped lead Navy to an 8-5 record in 2012 and a berth in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. Navy defeated Air Force, 28-21, in overtime and Army, 17-13, to win the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy. The win over Army marked Navy’s 11th consecutive victory over its biggest rivals. Other big wins for Navy in 2012 included a come-from-behind 31-30 victory over Indiana and wins over bowl bound East Carolina (56-28) and Central Michigan (3113). Navy was 5-7 in 2011 that included a series record 10th-straight victory over Army.

JUDGE’S RESUMÉ SIXTH SEASON at NAVY _____________________ COACHING BACKGROUND Intern New England Patriots, 2001-04 Quality Control Coach New England Patriots, 2005-06 Assistant Coach Harvard, 2007 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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Navy played seven teams that finished with a winning record and six that went to bowl games. The Mids finished fourth in the nation in rushing offense, averaging 312.3 yards per game, and 15th in the nation in turnover margin (+0.8). 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). 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 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 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 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 triple-option quarterback at Springfield College (‘05), where he was fouryear letterwinner in both football and baseball. He and his wife, Jennifer, reside in Annapolis with their son, Brecken, and daughter, Kinsley.


Shaun Nua

COACHING STAFF

ASSISTANT COACH / defensive Line Shaun Nua is entering his second season at the Naval Academy and will assist Dale Pehrson with the defensive line. Nua helped lead Navy to an 8-5 record in 2012 and a berth in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. Navy defeated Air Force, 28-21, in overtime and Army, 17-13, to win the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy. The win over Army marked Navy’s 11th consecutive victory over its biggest rivals. Other big wins for Navy in 2012 included a come-from-behind 31-30 victory over Indiana and wins over bowl bound East Carolina (56-28) and Central Michigan (3113). Nua came to the Naval Academy from Brigham Young, where he assisted for three seasons. He is a 2005 graduate of BYU where he received his bachelor’s degree and is currently pursuing his graduate degree. Over his final two seasons in Provo, Nua helped the Cougars achieve the nation’s 24th-best total defense in 2010 and the 13th-ranked defense in 2011. BYU won its bowl games both years while finishing the 2011 season ranked No. 25 in the final USA Today Coaches Poll with a 10-3 record.

As a player, Nua was a 6-foot-5, 280-pound defensive end at BYU from 2002-04 before being drafted in the seventh round of the 2005 NFL Draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Nua played four years in the NFL, three seasons with Pittsburgh and one in Buffalo, including a winning trip to the Super Bowl with the Steelers his rookie year in 2006. Nua earned All-Mountain West Conference Second-Team honors as a senior. He played in all 23 games of his BYU career, appearing in 12 games his junior season in 2002 and 11 games as a senior in 2004 (redshirted in 2003 due to an injury). He totaled 54 tackles in his two seasons, including 10 sacks and 16 tackles for loss. Born on May 22, 1981, Nua is a native of Pago Pago, American Samoa. He transferred to BYU from Eastern Arizona Junior College, where he earned junior college All-America honors. He prepped at Tafuna High School in Tafuna, American Samoa where he was an all-league performer as a defensive end.

Nua’s RESUMÉ SECOND SEASON at NAVY _____________________ COACHING BACKGROUND Assistant Coach BYU, 2009-11 Assistant Coach Navy, 2012-Present __________________ PERSONAL Date of Birth May 22, 1981 Education BYU, B.S., 2005

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COACHING STAFF

Danny O’Rourke

ASSISTANT COACH / slot backs Danny O’Rourke is entering his 12th season at Navy and his third 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’S RESUMÉ 12 SEASON at NAVY _____________________ TH

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

He has been an integral part of a staff that has brought the Midshipmen back into the national spotlight with an 83-45 (.648) record over the last 10 years, that includes nine bowl games and eight Commander-In-Chief’s Trophies.

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 helped lead Navy to an 8-5 record in 2012 and a berth in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. Navy defeated Air Force, 28-21, in overtime and Army, 17-13, to win the CommanderIn-Chief’s Trophy.

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.

The win over Army marked Navy’s 11th consecutive victory over its biggest rivals. Other big wins for Navy in 2012 included a come-from-behind 31-30 victory over Indiana and wins over bowl bound East Carolina (56-28) and Central Michigan (3113).

A native of Snellville, Ga., O’Rourke was a three-year letter winner at West Georgia and helped lead the team to back-toback league titles his junior and senior years.

Slot back Gee Gee Greene finished his career with 3,757 career all-purprose yards, which ranks third all-time in school history, while his career yards per carry of 7.1 ranks fifth. Greene rushed for 877 yards on 120 carries in 2012 and his 7.3 yards per carry ranks second all-time at Navy for a single season. Navy posted a 5-7 record in 2011 that included a series record 10th-straight victory over Army. Navy played seven teams that finished with a winning record and six that went to bowl games. 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). 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. 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 The 2007 season was one to remember as well as the Midshipmen posted an 8-5 record, won a school-record fifthconsecutive 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. In 2005, O’Rourke helped tutor a young secondary that continued to improve throughout the year as Navy finished 8-4, won a school-record second-straight bowl game and won the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy.

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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 1905), win the Emerald Bowl and capture the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy.

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.


COACHING STAFF

Dale Pehrson

ASSISTANT COACH / Defensive Line He has been an integral part of a staff that has brought the Midshipmen back into the national spotlight with an 83-45 (.648) record over the last 10 years, that includes nine bowl games and eight Commander-In-Chief’s Trophies.

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.

Pehrson helped lead Navy to an 8-5 record in 2012 and a berth in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. Navy defeated Air Force, 28-21, in overtime and Army, 17-13, to win the Commander-InChief’s Trophy.

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 win over Army marked Navy’s 11th consecutive victory over its biggest rivals. Other big wins for Navy in 2012 included a come-from-behind 31-30 victory over Indiana and wins over bowl bound East Carolina (56-28) and Central Michigan (3113).

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.

Dale Pehrson is entering his 18th season at the Naval Academy and his 15th year coaching the defensive line.

Navy posted a 5-7 record in 2011 that included a series record 10th-straight victory over Army. Navy played seven teams that finished with a winning record and six that went to bowl games. The Mids finished 15th in the nation in turnover margin (+0.8). Navy was 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. 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 15-straight games. The Mids capped the season off with a 35-13 rout of Missouri in the Texas Bowl. The Mids went 8-5 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.

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 as the Mids gave up just 26.1 points per game, 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. In 1999, Pehrson helped develop a defensive line into a bigplay 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. 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.

PEHRSON’S RESUMÉ 18TH 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 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

Mick Yokitis

ASSISTANT COACH / Wide Receivers Mick Yokitis is entering his third year at the Naval Academy as the wide receivers coach. Yokitis helped lead Navy to an 8-5 record in 2012 and a berth in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. Navy defeated Air Force, 28-21, in overtime and Army, 17-13, to win the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy. The win over Army marked Navy’s 11th consecutive victory over its biggest rivals. Other big wins for Navy in 2012 included a come-from-behind 31-30 victory over Indiana and wins over bowl bound East Carolina (56-28) and Central Michigan (3113). Navy’s wide receivers combined for eight touchdown catches in 2012, which is the most by that unit since 1993 when the wide receivers and tight ends combined for 10 touchdown catches.

Yokitis’ RESUMÉ THIRD SEASON at NAVY _____________________ COACHING BACKGROUND Head Coach Naval Academy Prep School, 2008-10 Assistant Coach Navy, 2010-Present _____________________ PERSONAL Education Naval Academy, B.S., 2006 Wife Lindsey Children Bryce and Makenna

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Navy posted a 5-7 record in 2011 that included a series record 10th-straight victory over Army. Navy played seven teams that finished with a winning record and six that went to bowl games. The Mids finished fourth in the nation in rushing offense, averaging 312.3 yards per game, and 15th in the nation in turnover margin (+0.8).

Yokitis was the head football coach and offensive coordinator at the Naval Academy Prep School from 2008-10 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 26-11 record, qualify for three bowl games, win two bowl games and win three Commander-In-Chief’s Trophies. Yokitis played in 37-consecutive 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. Mick and his wife, Lindsey, have a son, Bryce, and a daughter, Makenna. The couple is expecting a baby boy in September.


MIKE BRASS

COACHING STAFF

ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR FOR SPORT PERFORMANCE Mike Brass is in his 12th 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 12 years at the helm and he has been an integral part of turning around the fortunes of the Navy football program. Brass is a key part of a staff that has brought the Midshipmen back into the national spotlight with a 83-45 (.648) record over the last 10 years. 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. 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.

Dr. JEFF FAIR

ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR FOR SPORT MEDICINE Dr. Jeff Fair, EdD, MS, ATC is in his 17th year at the United States Naval Academy. He was appointed Director of Sports Medicine in March 1997, and currently serves as the Associate Athletic Director for Sports Medicine. Prior to Navy, Dr. Fair spent 25 years at Oklahoma State University, ultimately achieving the position of Coordinator of Sports Medicine and Athletic Training. In addition, he served the educational community as an Adjunct Associate Professor and member of the graduate faculty at Oklahoma State, an Adjunct Faculty and Clinical Instructor at Oklahoma Osteopathic College, and a Clinical Instructor in Physical Therapy and Adjunct Assistant Professor at Langston University. In 1987, Dr. Fair earned his Doctorate of Education in Higher Education / Physical Education from Oklahoma State University. He previously earned his Master of Science in Health, Physical Education, and Counseling & Guidance from the University of North Dakota (1974), and his Bachelor of Science in Health, Physical

Education, and Recreation from Kent State University (1971). Dr. Fair has designed and patented equipment which demonstrates his knowledge in the athletic training field, including the Cowboy Collar (1985) and the Sprained Ankle Orthoses (1995). He has also designed a thumb guard for lacrosse, and a Nike cleat for football shoes. Dr. Fair is married to the former Carolyn Mallon from North Springfield, Virginia. The couple has two adult sons - Maj. Jeffrey Fair, who is currently stationed in South Korea, and Dr. Justin Fair.

SEAN MAGEE

DIRECTOR OF PLAYER PERSONNEL Sean Magee is in his second season as Director of Player Personnel. A 2004 graduate of the Naval Academy, Magee was a letterwinner as an offensive lineman where he was coached by Ken Niumatalolo. During the 2003 season, Magee was part of an offense that led the nation in rushing and captured the Commander in Chief’s Trophy for the first time since 1981 and helped lead Navy to a bowl game for the first time since 1996. Magee’s responsibilities as Director of Player Personnel include developing, implementing and managing the strategic planning process for recruiting prospective student-athletes. Working closely with the head coach and staff, Magee overseas the geographical canvassing assignments of all assistant coaches, the planning and execution of official and unofficial visits, development of the marketing message, management of the recruiting database and serves as the staff liaison to the Senior Associate Director of Athletics for Admissions, Academics and Compliance. Magee additionally assists Coach Niumatalolo and the military officer representatives with professionally developing and molding Navy football players to assume future positions of leadership in the Navy and Marine Corps. Upon graduating from the Naval Academy in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics, Magee was commissioned as a Surface Warfare Officer, reporting to USS Juneau (LPD-10) in Sasebo, Japan where he deployed to the

Arabian Gulf in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Following that tour, Magee assumed duties as a Manpower/Personnel Analyst on the Commander, Naval Surface Forces staff in Coronado, California. In 2007, Magee was selected for transfer to the Navy’s Human Resources community and assumed the role as Enlisted Programs Officer for Navy Recruiting District Ohio. In this capacity, Magee served as the department head for the nation’s largest recruiting district, responsible for all enlisted and NROTC recruiting efforts in the states of Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia. From 2010 until 2012, Magee served as the Naval Academy’s Deputy Chairman of Officer Accessions and Career Information, responsible for managing the Naval Academy’s service assignment program. Magee holds a Masters of Business Administration degree from the College of William and Mary’s Mason School of Business. He and his wife, Sarah, have a son, Miles, and a daughter, Stella, and reside in Annapolis.

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COACHING STAFF

BRYCE MCDONALD

DIRECTOR OF FOOTBALL OPERATIONS Bryce McDonald is in his second year as the Director of Football Operations after spending three years as the Executive Administrator and Military Liaison Officer for the football team. McDonald also assists Coach Niumatalolo and the military officer representatives with professionally developing and molding Navy football players to assume future positions of leadership in the Navy and Marine Corps. A 2003 graduate of the Naval Academy, McDonald was a three-year 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 went on to serve as an Infantry Officer until 2012. McDonald, his wife, Jana, are the parents of daughters, Kayleigh and Kendall, and son, Thomas.

JOHN MCGUIRE VIDEO COORDINATOR

John McGuire enters his 18th 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 state-of-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 ArmyNavy game in Chicago have recently been transferred to a video format. 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-ofthe-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.

GREG MORGENTHALER ASSTISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR FOR EQUIPMENT OPERATIONS

Greg Morgenthaler is in his 11th season at the Naval Academy and his ninth 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. Morgenthaler began his career as an equipment manager intern at Virginia. He then served as a graduate assistant equipment manager at Oklahoma, while working on his Master’s degree in athletic administration. Upon leaving Oklahoma, Morgenthaler had a brief stint as head equipment manager in the defunct Spring Professional Football League for the San Antonio Matadors.

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Morgenthaler is a certified member of the Athletic Equipment Managers Association (AEMA) and was named the AEMA Equipment Manager of the Year for 2012-13. He 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 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 they have two daughters, Kelsey and Karlee.


COACHING STAFF

MAJ. ROBERT GREEN, USMC MILITARY LIAISON

Major Robert B. Green, USMC, is in his first season as the Varsity Football Military Liaison. He will assist Coach Niumatalolo and the military officer representatives with professionally developing and molding Navy football players to assume future positions of leadership in the Navy and Marine Corps. Green is a 1998 graduate of the Naval Academy where he was a four-year letterwinner and three-year starter on the football team as a defensive back. During the 1996 campaign, Navy fashioned its best record since 1978 at 9-3 and registered a 42-38 victory over California in the Aloha Bowl. Consequently, Green was named to the Blue-Gray All-Star Football Classic and was an All-Independent selection. Maj. Green was born and raised in Atlanta, Ga., where he attended Booker T. Washington High School. After graduation, Maj. Green attended the Naval Academy Preparatory School in Newport, R.I. before moving on to the Naval Academy. He was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the Marine Corps in May 1998, having completed his undergraduate education at the Naval Academy Following Basic School and the Logistics Officer Course, he was assigned to 9th Communication Battalion, I Marine Expeditionary Force Headquarters Group in July 1999. During this tour, Major Green served as the S-4 Alpha, Maintenance Management Officer, and Headquarters Company Commander. Ordered to Okinawa in June 2002, Maj. Green was transferred to Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 36, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, Camp Futenma, Japan, where he served as the S-4 Officer. In July 2003, Maj. Green was reassigned to Recruiting Station Indianapolis. While stationed at RS Indianapolis, Maj. Green served for two and one-half years as the Operations Officer, and one-half year as the Executive Officer. In July 2006, Maj. Green reported to Inspector-Instructor duty serving as Operations Officer and Assistant Inspector and Instructor for Headquarters and Service Battalion, 4th Marine Logistics Group, Dobbins ARB; Marietta, Ga. During

his tour, Maj. Green was deployed to Iraq as a member of the 1st Marine Logistics Group G-3 staff in July 2008. Stationed at Camp Al Taqaddum, he served as the Embarkation and Unit Movement Coordination Center Officerin-Charge. Maj. Green returned from Iraq in February 2009 only to departed Marietta in July 2009 to further his career at the Air Command and Staff School at Maxwell AFB in Montgomery, Al. Earning a Master’s Degree in Military Operational Art, Maj. Green graduated in June 2010 and was assigned to 2nd Marine Division. Upon arriving to 2nd Marine Division Headquarters, Maj. Green was immediately deployed to Operation Enduring Freedom and assigned as the Logistics Officer for Regional Support Command - Southwest, NATO Training Mission - Afghanistan at Camp Leatherneck. After the seven month tour, Maj Green returned to Camp Lejeune, and assigned as the S-4 Officer for the 6th Marine Regiment in February 2011. As a member of 6th Marine Regiment, Maj Green deployed to Afghanistan again in December 2011. After serving a combined 11 months on Camp Delaram and Camp Leatherneck, the Regiment returned home in November 2012. Maj. Green continued to serve as the senior Logistics Officer for the command until his transfer to the Naval Academy. Maj. Green’s personal decorations include Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (2nd award), Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (2nd award), Meritorious Service Medal (2nd Award) and Defense Meritorious Service Medal. Maj. Green resides in Annapolis with his wife, Robyn, and twin boys, Garrison and Grant.

SUPPORT STAFF

Jim Berry Assistant Athletic Trainer

Gary Bishop Faculty Representative

Capt. Doug Borrebach Officer Representative

Jennifer Brandt Recruiting Administrative Asst.

Cliff Dooman Director of Olympic Sport Performance

Bryan Fitzpatrick Assoc. Strength and Conditioning, Football

Lois Gareis Football Administrative Asst.

Todd Green Assistant Video Coordinator

Cmdr. Kevin Haney, USN (Ret.) Faculty Representative

Steve Hinrichs Assistant Equipment Manager

Dee Jones Assistant Athletic Trainer

Associate Professor Chris Kinter Faculty Representative

Col. Paul Montanus, USMC Officer Representative

Dr. Bill Morgan Chiropractor

Kris Morgenthaler Assistant AD, Marketing and Promotions

GySgt. Tim Owens Senior Enlisted Advisor

Capt. Scott Pyne, M.D. Team Physician

Cmdr. John-Paul Rue, M.D. Orthopedic Surgeon

Josh Schuler Asst. Strength and Conditioning, Football

Dr. John Wilckens Consulting Orthopedic Surgeon

Kirk Woolfolk Director, Strength and Conditioning Operations

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Adams – Amerau............................................................ 78-79 Anthony – Bolena............................................................ 80-81 Bridges – Copeland....................................................... 82-83 Crayton – Drake.............................................................. 84-85 Dudeck – Gaines............................................................ 86-87 Gaston – Huf.................................................................... 88-89 Jamison – Lynch.............................................................. 90-91 Mahler – Peterson.......................................................... 92-93 Polamalu – Reynolds..................................................... 94-95

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Robinson – Singleton..................................................... 96-97

Sloan – Tamburello........................................................ 98-99 Thomas – White..........................................................100-101 Whiteside – Zuzeck....................................................102-103

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PLAYER PROFILES #5 Quincy Adams

#85 Matt Aiken

• At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at left corner behind Kwazel Bertrand ... gives the Mids some experience as he played in 10 of 13 games last fall ... played well until injuring his neck in the Central Michigan game ... is one of Navy’s better athletes in the secondary ... has earned one varsity letter. • 2012: Played in 10 of 13 games, starting four contests ... earned starts against Penn State, San Jose State, Air Force and Central Michigan ... missed games against Indiana, East Carolina and Florida Atlantic due to a neck injury ... pitched in two tackles against Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl ... contributed a pair of tackles on special teams in Navy’s Senior Day victory over Texas State ... turned in a tackle as a member of special teams against Troy .. chipped in a tackle at Central Michigan ... part of a defense that held the Chippewas to a season-low 221 yards (70 rush, 151 pass) and 12 first downs ... turned in five tackles and recovered a Cody Getz fumble in the second quarter of Navy’s win over Air Force ... it marked his first collegiate fumble recovery ... part of a defense that did not allow a touchdown in nine consecutive quarters (Penn State fourth quarter - San Jose State) ... had a career-high seven tackles against San Jose State, including six solo stops ... also recorded his first collegiate tackle for a loss of three yards ... turned in a pair of tackles and picked off VMI QB Eric Kordenbrok on a spectacular one-handed grab at the Navy 48 (12:08, 4Q) in Navy’s win over the Keydets ... it was his first collegiate interception ... Part of a defensive unit that held VMI scoreless for the final 53-plus minutes of action ... held the Keydets to just a field goal in the opening quarter, marking the first time Navy’s defense did not surrender a touchdown to its opponent since 2009 when defeating Army, 17-3 ... replaced an injured Jonathan Wev in the starting lineup against Penn State where he turned in a then career-high five tackles and broke up two passes, including what was nearly an interception for the rookie in the end zone ... made his debut in the Mids’ opener against Notre Dame where he played the better part of the game in relief of Wev who sustained a concussion early in the second quarter ... turned in three tackles against the Irish. • High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Louis D. Brandeis High School, Adams

• At Navy: Along with linebacker Cody Peterson, was elected co-captain by his teammates, which is the highest honor a Navy football player can receive ... enters the fall listed even with Casey Bolena for the starting wide receiver spot opposite Shawn Lynch ... has good size and speed ... has great hands and is not afraid to catch the ball over the middle ... has earned three varsity letters. • 2012: Appeared in the final nine games of the year after missing the first four games due to a knee injury ... caught a three-yard touchdown pass from Keenan Reynolds in Navy’s loss to Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl ... also carried the ball for the first time this season on a reverse for six yards ... caught two passes in the win over Army for 12 yards ... returned his first punt of the season (2 yards) in the Mids’ Senior Day win over Texas State ... caught one pass for 15 yards against Florida Atlantic on a key 3rd-and-15 play in the third quarter ... a member of the Mids’ high-powered offense that scored 56 points at East Carolina, marking their first 50-point game since putting up 76 against the Pirates in 2010 ... caught a pair of passes in Navy’s win over Indiana, including the gamewinning four-yard touchdown catch with 2:02 remaining in the game ... also caught a 16-yarder late in the fourth quarter that set up Nick Sloan’s 18-yard field goal which got the Mids within six points (30-24) ... made his season debut at Air Force ... caught one pass for a gain off 11 yards against the Falcons. • 2011: A starter in 11 games ... saw action in all 12 ... Navy’s second-leading receiver, catching 13 passes for 201 yards (15.5 yds/catch) and two TDs ... caught one pass for nine yards at San Jose State ... also returned one punt for 11 yards against the Spartans ... after starting each of the first nine games, was replaced in the starting lineup at SMU by classmate Casey Bolena ... caught one pass for 12 yards and carried the ball once for 13 yards against Troy ... caught two passes for 16 yards, while also carrying the ball once for 14 yards at Notre Dame ... carried the ball 21 yards on a reverse against East Carolina ... caught a 37-yard TD pass from Trey Miller (4Qtr, 7:51) to give the Mids (35-31) their first lead since scoring the game’s first TD ... it was his second-career TD reception ... returned two punts 21 yards, including a careerlong return of 11 yards ... entered the game a week prior at Rutgers as the Mids’ punt returner where he returned one punt for four yards ... caught one pass for a gain of 18 yards at Rutgers ... ran a reverse to near perfection against Southern Miss with a 35-yard gain with 56 seconds left in the third quarter, setting up a 27-yard touchdown ... also caught a pass for a gain of 20 yards ... caught one pass for 15 yards in the Mids’ overtime loss to Air Force ... made his only catch of the South Carolina contest on fourth-and-15 at the Navy 15-yd line with 2:15 left in the game ... caught a 16-yard pass from Kriss Proctor to keep the Mids’ final drive alive ... caught a 44-yard pass for a TD at Western Kentucky as time expired in the first quarter ... it was his first-collegiate TD and just his second-career reception ... carried the ball five yards on a reverse in what was his first-career rush ... made his first-collegiate start in the Mids’ seasonopener against Delaware ... after having two catches called back last year because of penalties, he caught his first-career pass, a 5-yarder, against the Blue Hens. • 2010: Played in 12 of the 13 contests, including making his first-collegiate appearance in Navy’s home-opening 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 61-yard pass from Ricky Dobbs at Wake Forest, but it was brought back after a John Dowd hold ... his 31-yard 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 four-year 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 and is currently the starting long snapper for the New England Patriots ... son of Douglas and Vicki Aiken ... majoring in economics.

Safety • So. • 5-11 • 195 • San Antonio, Texas

attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... a threesport athlete who earned three letters in football and track & field, while also lettering twice in basketball ... member of district championship track and football teams as a senior ... a two-time first-team all-district football selection, garnering honors as a junior and senior ... named a two-time second-team all-area performer in football ... served as team captain of the football team ... a regional qualifier in track & field (sprinter) as a senior ... named the Athlete of the Year at Louis D. Brandeis High School in 2001 ... a member of the National Honor Society ... high school teammate of junior fullback Noah Copeland ... son of Roosevelt and Patricia Adams ... majoring in English.

Adams’ Career Statistics Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF 2012 28 1.0-3 0-0 1-0 4 1 0 TOTALS 28 1.0-3 0-0 1-0 4 1 0

Career highs -- Tackles: 7 vs. San Jose State (9-29-12) TFL: 1.0 vs. San Jose State (9-29-12) Sacks: 0 Int.: 1 vs. VMI (9-22-12) PBU: 2 (Two Times; last vs. VMI, 9-22-12) FR: 1 at Air Force (10-6-12) FF: 0 Adams Game-By-Game

Game (Date) U-A-TT TFL-Yds Sacks vs. Notre Dame (9-1-12) 2-1-3 0-0 0-0 at Penn State (9-15-12) 3-2-5 0-0 0-0 VMI (9-22-12) 1-1-2 0-0 0-0 San Jose State (9-29-12) 6-1-7 1.0-3 0-0 at Air Force (10-6-12) 3-2-5 0-0 0-0 at C. Michigan (10-12-12) 1-0-1 0-0 0-0 at Troy (11-10-12) 0-1-1 0-0 0-0 Texas State (11-17-12) 1-1-2 0-0 0-0 vs. Army (12-8-12) 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 vs. Arizona State (12-29-12) 1-1-2 0-0 0-0

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Int PBU FF FR Blk 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Wide Receiver • Sr. • 6-0 • 195 • Roanoke, Va. • Co-Captain


PLAYER PROFILES Aiken’s Career Statistics Rushing Att Yds Avg TD Long 100-Yd 2010 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 2011 5 88 17.6 0 35 0 1 6 6.0 0 6 0 2012 TOTALS 6 94 15.7 0 35 0 Receiving 2010 2011 2012 TOTALS

Rec Yds Avg TD Long 100-Yd 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 13 201 15.5 2 44 0 7 61 8.7 2 16 0 20 262 13.1 4 44 0

Punt Return 2010 2011 2012 TOTALS

Ret Yds Avg TD Long 0 0 0.0 0 0 10 50 5.0 0 11 1 2 2.0 0 2 11 52 4.7 0 11

Career highs – Carries: 1 (Six Times; last vs. Arizona State, 12-29-12) Rushing Yards: 35 vs. Southern Miss (10-8-11) Rushing TDs: 0 Receptions: 2 (Four Times; last vs. Army, 12-8-12) Receiving Yards: 45 vs. East Carolina (10-22-11) Receiving TDs: 1 (Four Times; last vs. Arizona State, 12-29-12) Aiken Game-By-Game

Rushing Game (Date) Att Yds TD Avg Delaware (9-3-11) 0 0 0 0.0 at W. Kentucky (9-10-11) 1 5 0 5.0 at S. Carolina (9-17-11) 0 0 0 0.0 Air Force (10-1-11) 0 0 0 0.0 Southern Miss (10-8-11) 1 35 0 35.0 at Rutgers (10-15-11) 0 0 0 0.0 East Carolina (10-22-11) 1 21 0 21.0 at Notre Dame (10-29-11) 1 14 0 14.0 Troy (11-5-11) 1 13 0 13.0 at SMU (11-12-11) 0 0 0 0.0 at San Jose State (11-19-11) 0 0 0 0.0 Army (12-10-11) 0 0 0 0.0 at Air Force (10-6-12) at C. Michigan (10-12-12) Indiana (10-20-12) at E. Carolina (10-27-12) Florida Atlantic (11-3-12) at Troy (11-10-12) Texas State (11-17-12) vs. Army (12-8-12) vs. Arizona State (12-29-12)

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Receiving Rec Yds TD 1 5 0 1 44 1 1 16 0 1 15 0 1 20 0 2 19 0 2 45 1 2 16 0 1 12 0 0 0 0 1 9 0 0 0 0

0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 6.0

1 0 2 0 1 0 0 2 1

11 0 20 0 15 0 0 12 3

Avg 5.0 44.0 16.0 15.0 20.0 19.0 22.5 8.0 12.0 0.0 9.0 0.0

0 11.0 0 0.0 1 10.0 0 0.0 0 15.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 6.0 1 3.0

#9 Kody Akers

Quarterback • Jr. • 5-10 • 201 • Richwood, Ohio

• At Navy: Enters the fall listed third on the depth chart at quarterback behind Keenan Reynolds and John Hendrick ... has played well the previous two years in the JV games ... has good mobility. • 2012: Did not see any varsity action. • 2011: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of Rutherford

B. Hayes High School, Akers attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2010-11 academic year ... a fouryear football letterwinner, who picked up a pair of letters at North Union High School before moving to Rutherford B. Hayes where he also lettered twice ... a two-time first-team all-conference performer who earned all-district honors his senior year ... played both quarterback and strong safety ... member of the National Honor Society ... son of Wayne and Kandi Akers ... majoring in economics.

#47 A.K. Akpunku

Outside Linebacker • So. • 6-3 • 238 • Arlington, Texas

• At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at outside linebacker behind Obi Uzoma ... talented youngster that will push for playing time at one of Navy’s deepest positions ... has great size and speed ... has put on 15 pounds since last year ... has earned one varsity letter. • 2012: Made appearances in nine games as a rookie, including making his debut in the Mids’ opener against Notre Dame where he contributed a tackle on special teams ... turned in a solo tackle against Army on special teams. • High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Cedar Hill High

School, Akpunku attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... garnered all-district honors as a senior after leading the team in sacks ... served as defensive team captain his senior year ... member of the Cedar Hill football team that won the state title in 2007 ... cousin, Kelechi Ohanaja, played football at Vanderbilt ... brother, Brandon, played football (defensive end) at North Texas ... was born in Gabon, Nigeria ... son of Jude and Bridget Akpunku ... majoring in political science.

Akpunku’s Career Statistics Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2012 TOTALS 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0

Career highs -- Tackles: 1 (Twice; last vs. Army, 12-8-12) TFL: 0 Sacks: 0 Int.: 0 PBU: 0 FR: 0 FF: 0

#18 Colin Amerau

Kicker • Jr. • 6-2 • 195 • Alexandria, Va.

• At Navy: Returning starter as the kickoff specialist ... has the strongest leg on the team ... is expected to be more consistent with his placement of the ball this year ... has earned one varsity letter. • 2012: Finished the season with a 60.7 kickoff average with 19 of his 63 kickoffs going down as touchbacks ... posted a 56.0 aveage among his five kickoffs against Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl ... kicked off four times in the Army game, averaging 58.5 yards ... turned in a 63.8 kicking average on the four kickoffs against Texas State ... averaged 64.8 yards on his six kicks at Troy ... booted five kickoffs for an average of 56.4 yards against Florida Atlantic ... kicked off a season-high nine times in the win over East Carolina where he averaged 61.4 yards ... averaged 58.3 yards on six kicks (350) yds) in the win over Indiana ... kicked off six times at Central Michigan for an average of 63.2 yards ... averaged 60.8 yards on five kickoffs in what was his first appearance against Air Force ... in the Mids’ win over VMI he kicked off eight times and registered an average of 60.9 yards ... averaged 59.5 yards in his two kickoffs at Penn State ... made his debut in the Mids’ opener against Notre Dame where he kicked off twice for an average of 65.0 yards. • 2011: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of Mt. Vernon High School, Amerau attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2010-11 academic year ... a four-year football letterwinner who also was awarded four letters as a member of the swim team ... garnered all-district and all-region honors in football his senior year ... served as team captain of the football team his senior season ... sister, Brittany, graduated from the Naval Academy in 2010 and was a member of the Mids’ women’s lacrosse team for four years ... father, Harold, is also a graduate of the Naval Academy (`65) ... son of Harold Amerau and Carla Stucki-Amerau ... majoring in economics. Amerau’s Career Statistics Kickoffs KO Yds Avg TB OB 2011 -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -- 2012 63 3827 60.7 19 0 TOTALS 63 3827 60.7 19 0

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PLAYER PROFILES #90 Will Anthony

Defensive End • So. • 6-1 • 238 • Jacksonville, Fla.

• At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at right defensive end behind Evan Palelei ... versatile player that can also play middle linebacker ... saw action at both spots in the spring ... exciting prospect that has the ability to rush the passer... saw most of his action last fall on special teams ... has a great motor ... has earned one varsity letter. • 2012: A member of special teams, he saw action in every game as a rookie, including making his debut in the Mids’ opener against Notre Dame where he was a member of the kick return team ... produced a career-high three tackles against Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl and recovered a fumble, the first of his career ... turned in a tackle at Troy ... saw time on defense in the Mids’ win at Central Michigan where he registered his first career tackle which went for a loss of three yards. • High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Trinity Christian Academy, Anthony attended

the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... a three-sport athlete who earned four letters in football and three each in basketball and weight lifting ... member of the football team that claimed the state championship in 2010 and was the state runner-up in 2009 ... also went on a recruiting visit to Air Force ... son of Bill and Lisa Anthony ... majoring in economics.

Anthony’s Career Statistics Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF 5 1.0-3 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 2012 TOTALS 5 1.0-3 0-0 0-0 0 1 0

Career highs -- Tackles: 3 vs. Arizona State (12-29-12) TFL: 1.0 at Central Michigan (10-11-12) Sacks: 0 Int.: 0 PBU: 0 FR: 1 vs. Arizona State (12-29-12) FF: 0

#15 Lorentez Barbour

Safety • So. • 6-1 • 194 • Louisville, Ky.

• At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at rover behind Wave Ryder and George Jamison ... exciting prospect that is a terrific athlete ... has good size and speed ... has a knack for finding the football ... plays with a great deal of confidence. • 2012: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2012 graduate of Louisville Male

High School, Barbour was a three-sport standout who earned letters in track & field (4), football (3) and basketball (2) ... a two-time all-district quarterback and safety ... a four-time allcity selection in track & field as a high jumper, long jumper and triple jumper ... track & field team won the Kentucky State 3A Championship in 2009, `10 and `11 ... considered Air Force and Kentucky State ... son of William and Kim Barbour ... majoring in quantitative economics.

#11 Pablo Beltran

Punter • Jr. • 6-2 • 225 • Humble, Texas

• At Navy: Navy’s starting punter each of the last two seasons ... enters the fall listed first on the depth chart ... became the first freshman to start at punter for the Midshipmen since 1992 when Brian Schrum started nine games and averaged 38.7 yards per punt ... also serves as the holder on extra points and field goals ... averaging 40.9 yards per punt on 79 punts over the course of his career, which ranks third all-time at Navy ... has earned two varsity letters. • 2012: Garnered All-East recognition by the FBS head coaches along the Eastern Seaboard ... named an Honorable Mention All-Independent Team selection by the nationwide media panel responsible for the FBS Indpendent Player of the Week awards ... averaged 43.61 yards per punt on his 44 punts (3.3 punts/gm) this fall which marked the third-best average in program history ... he would have been ranked 18th nationally, but was shy of the miniumum of 3.6 punts per game ... averaging 40.9 yards per punt on 79 punts over his career which is third all-time at Navy ... the school record for career punting average (min. 50 punts) is 42.5 held by John Skaggs (2000-03) ...

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averaged 41.0 yards on his four punts against Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl ... averaged 36.7 yards on his season-high tying six punts in the win over Army ... placed three of his six punts inside the 20-yard line ... punted four times against Texas State where he averaged 44.8 yards, placing three of the four inside the 20 ... called upon to punt three times at Troy, averaging 50.0 yards per punt, including a long punt of 58 yards on the day ... in a war of the winds, he averaged 39.5 yards on his two punts against Florida Atlantic, booting a 61-yarder and an 18-yarder ... did not punt in the East Carolina contest ... owned a 42.0 punting average against Indiana, where he booted a 59-yarder, his second longest of the season ... averaged 46.0 yards at Central Michigan where he placed all three punts inside the 20 ... punted a season-high six times in the win over Air Force where he averaged 41.7 yards per punt, placing one inside the 20 ... named the FBS Special Teams Player of the Week on Oct. 1 after punting five times against San Jose State, where he averaged 49.2 yards and sent three (57, 55, 53) of his five punts better than 50 yards ... averaged 46.0 yards among his three punts in the Mids’ home opener against VMI ... placed two inside the 20 ... his lone punt of the afternoon against Penn State went for 44 yards ... called upon to punt four times against Notre Dame for an average of 46.2 yards and featured a career-long 63-yarder. • 2011: Punted the ball 35 times for an average of 37.5 yards ... had a long punt of 55 yards, 14 of his punts were fair caught and 10 were downed inside the 10 ... averaged 35.2 yards (4 punts) per punt against San Jose State ... placed each of his three punts against SMU inside the 20-yard line ... averaged 41.7 yards per punt against the Mustangs, including a long punt of 43 yards ... averaged 35.3 yards per punt among the three he booted against Troy, including a long of 44 ... punted a season-high tying five times against Notre Dame, averaging 33.8 yards ... called upon to punt twice against East Carolina, where he averaged 37.0 yards per punt ... punted twice against Rutgers for 73 years, including a long punt of 50 yards ... it was his third 50-plus yard punt of the year ... produced a season-best 47.7 punting average among three punts against Southern Miss ... booted a career-long 55-yarder against the Golden Eagles ... averaged 37.0 yards on his three punts against Air Force, placing two of the three inside on the 20-yard line ... the third was nearly downed at the one by teammate Marcus Thomas, but Thomas had a foot in the end zone when batting the ball back into play ... made just one appearance in the Mids’ 24-21 loss against 10th-ranked South Carolina, sending his punt 29 yards ... punted five times against Western Kentucky, where he averaged 37.6 yards per punt, placing one inside the 20 ... boomed a then career-long 54-yarder against the Hilltoppers ... made his collegiate debut in the Mids’ season-opener against Delaware where he booted his first-career punt 47 yards into the wind and placed it inside the 20. • High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of Atascocita High School, Beltran attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2010-11 academic year ... a two-sport athlete who lettered three times in football and twice as a member of the soccer team ... earned All-State (Texas) honors in football his senior year and was also an Academic All-State selection in 2009 ... after earning third-team all-district mention as a sophomore, was named to the first team his junior and senior years ... member of the National Honor Society ... son of Dan and Patricia Olsen ... majoring in international relations. Beltran’s Career Statistics Punting No Yds Avg Long TB FC I-20 50+ Blk 2011 35 1311 37.5 55 2 14 10 3 0 2012 44 1919 43.6 63 6 15 18 11 0 TOTALS 79 3230 40.9 63 8 29 28 14 0 Beltran Game-By-Game

Game (Date) Punts Delaware (9-3-11) 1 at W. Kentucky (9-10-11) 5 1 at S. Carolina (9-17-11) Air Force (10-1-11) 3 Southern Miss (10-8-11) 3 at Rutgers (10-15-11) 2 East Carolina (10-22-11) 2 at Notre Dame (10-29-11) 5 Troy (11-5-11) 3 at SMU (11-12-11) 3 at San Jose State (11-19-11) 4 vs. Army (12-10-11) 3

Yds 47 187 29 111 143 73 74 169 106 125 141 106

Avg Long TB FC I-20 50+ Blk 47.0 47 0 1 1 0 0 37.4 54 0 1 2 1 0 29.0 29 0 0 0 0 0 37.0 45 1 2 2 0 0 47.7 55 0 1 0 1 0 36.5 50 0 0 0 1 0 37.0 38 1 0 0 0 0 33.8 41 1 3 0 0 0 35.3 44 0 1 0 0 0 41.7 43 0 1 3 0 0 35.2 45 0 2 1 0 0 35.3 38 0 2 1 0 0


PLAYER PROFILES vs. Notre Dame (9-1-12) at Penn State (9-15-12) VMI (9-22-12) San Jose State (9-29-12) at Air Force (10-6-12) at C. Michigan (10-12-12) Indiana (10-20-12) at E. Carolina (10-27-12) Florida Atlantic (11-3-12) at Troy (11-10-12) Texas State (11-17-12) vs. Army (12-8-12) vs. Arizona State (12-29-12)

4 1 3 5 6 3 3 0 2 3 4 6 4

185 44 138 246 250 138 126 0 79 150 179 220 164

46.2 44.0 46.0 49.2 41.7 46.0 42.0 0.0 39.5 50.0 44.8 36.7 41.0

63 44 54 57 54 47 59 0 61 58 52 45 48

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

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

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

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

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

#76 Blake Benjamin

Offensive Tackle • So. • 6-3 • 241 • Pomona, Calif.

• At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at left tackle behind Graham Vickers and Joey Gaston ... has good size and strength ... has quick feet, which will allow him to get to the second level and block a linebacker. • 2012: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2012 graduate of Diamond Ranch High School, Benjamin was a three-year football letterwinner playing both sides of the line ... served as captain of the football team his senior year ... received the President’s Award for Excellence in high school ... considered Yale and Brown, but canceled visits after his recruiting trip to Navy ... son of Richard and Karen Benjamin. ... majoring in quantitative economics.

#17 Kwazel Bertrand

Cornerback • So. • 5-10 • 186 • Antioch, Tenn.

• At Navy: Enters the fall listed as a starter at left corner ... coming off an outstanding freshman campaign that saw him start the final seven games of the year ... has good size and coverage skills ... has gotten much bigger and stronger since his freshman year, putting on 23 pounds in the offseason ... has earned one varsity letter. • 2012: Saw action in 12 of Navy’s 13 games, starting seven ... was a starter in each of the last seven games ... recorded three assisted tackles in Navy’s loss to Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl ... produced four tackles in Navy’s series-record 11th straight win over Army ... member of the Mids’ defensive unit that held Texas State scoreless for the first 42 minutes of the game ... named the FBS Independent Defensive Player of the Week on Nov. 19 after producing a career-high tying seven tackles against the Bobcats, including the first sack and the first tackles for a loss (2.0-13yds) of his career ... thwarted a fake field goal attempt by the Bobcats with his 10-yard sack of Shaun Rutherford on fourth and one from the Navy 3 ... pitched in six tackles at Troy ... after surrendering the game’s first 10 points, part of a Navy defense that held Florida Atlantic scoreless for the better part of 30 minutes between the second and fourth quarters (8:57 2nd - 9:07 4th) ... pitched in six tackles against the Owls and recovered a fumble, the first of his career, to garner ECAC Div. I Defensive Player of the Week laurels ... contributed four tackles and broke up two passes for a second consecutive game in the win over East Carolina ... made his first collegiate start in the Mids’ win over Indiana where he recorded a career-high seven tackles and pitched in the first two pass breakups of his career ... saw his most extensive playing time in the second half of the Central Michigan game where he was in on a tackle ... part of a defense that held the Chippewas to a season-low 221 yards (70 rush, 151 pass) and 12 first downs ... the 70 yards rushing by the Chippewas were the fewest yards rushing by a Navy opponent since Missouri rushed for 65 yards on 26 carries in the 2009 Texas Bowl ... meanwhile, the 22 rushing plays by Central Michigan were the fewest by a Navy opponent since Nov. 28, 2009, when Hawai’i ran the ball just 17 times for 62 times ... turned in his first collegiate tackle in Navy’s loss to San Jose State ... also saw action in Navy’s 41-3 victory over VMI ... made his debut in the Mids’ opener against Notre Dame. • High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Brentwood Academy, Bertrand attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... a three-sport athlete

who earned letters in basketball (3), football (4) and track & field (4) ... member of the Student Leadership Team in high school ... also took recruiting visits to Harvard and Vanderbilt ...

son of Felix and Angela Bertrand ... majoring in chemistry.

Bertrand’s Career Statistics Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF 2012 39 2.0-13 1.0-10 0-0 4 1 0 TOTALS 39 2.0-13 1.0-10 0-0 4 1 0

Career highs -- Tackles: 7 (Twice; last vs. Texas State, 11-17-12) TFL: 2.0 vs. Texas State (11-17-12) Sacks: 1.0 vs. Texas State (11-17-12) Int.: 0 PBU: 2 (Twice; last at East Carolina, 10-27-12) FR: 1 vs. Florida Atlantic (11-3-12) FF: 0 Bertrand Game-By-Game

Game (Date) U-A-TT TFL-Yds Sacks vs. Notre Dame (9-1-12) 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 VMI (9-22-12) 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 San Jose State (9-29-12) 1-0-1 0-0 0-0 at Air Force (10-6-12) 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 at C. Michigan (10-12-12) 1-0-1 0-0 0-0 Indiana (10-20-12) 6-1-7 0-0 0-0 at E. Carolina (10-27-12) 3-1-4 0-0 0-0 Florida Atlantic (11-3-12) 4-2-6 0-0 0-0 at Troy (11-10-12) 4-2-6 0-0 0-0 Texas State (11-17-12) 4-3-7 2.0-13 1.0-10 vs. Army (12-8-12) 2-2-4 0-0 0-0 vs. Arizona State (12-29-12) 0-3-3 0-0 0-0

Int PBU FF 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 2 0 0 0 0 2 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

#57 E.K. Binns

Offensive Guard • So. • 6-3 • 287 • Cape Coral, Fla.

• At Navy: Enters the fall listed as a starter at left guard ... coming off an outstanding spring ... has good size and strength ... exciting prospect that has all the tools to be a very good offensive lineman for the Mids. • 2012: Saw action in two games, playing five plays against Central Michigan and 12 against East Carolina. • High School / Personal: A 2012 graduate of Island Coast High School, Binns lettered four years in both football and track & field ... garnered all-county football honors as a junior and senior, while also earning all-area kudos as a senior ... served as football team captain his senior season ... also took recruiting visits to Florida Atlantic and Dartmouth ... son of Hephziban Anderson ... terrific student with a 3.03 grade point average ... majoring in economics.

#88 Casey Bolena

Wide Receiver • Sr. • 6-2 • 210 • Phoenix, Ariz.

• At Navy: Enters the fall listed as even with Matt Aiken at one wide receiver spot ... has the potential to be a bigplay receiver for the Mids, but needs to be more consistent catching the football ... good size and speed ... a solid blocker ... has earned two varsity letters. • 2012: A starter in a pair of games, he made appearances in every contest ... finished the year fourth in receiving with 13 catches for 141 yards for an average of 10.8 yards per catch ... caught an eight-yard pass against Florida Atlantic ... caught his first career TD pass, a 15-yarder from Keenan Reynolds, in Navy’s victory over East Carolina ... caught two passes for 16 yards in the win over Air Force ... completed and attempted his first career pass, a 33-yarder to Shawn Lynch on a reverse pass early in the second half at Penn State ... paced the Mids with a careerbest five receptions for 30 yards against the Nittany Lions, becoming the first Navy player with five receptions in a game since Gee Gee Greene caught five against Air Force in 2011 ... making just his second collegiate start, he caught three passes for a career-best 61 yards against Notre Dame in the opener ... his 38-yard reception against the Irish was the longest of his career. • 2011: Gained 11 yards on one reception in the win over Indiana ... caught four passes for 53 yards and carried the ball twice for 15 yards ... saw action in 11 of the 12 games

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PLAYER PROFILES and earned one start ... made his collegiate debut in the Mids’ season-opening victory over Delaware ... caught a career-long 20-yard pass from Kriss Proctor at San Jose State ... his 12-yard reverse against the Spartans set up Navy’s two-yard TD by Proctor ... it was just the second rush of his career and the longest ... made his first-collegiate start in the Mids’ 24-17 win over SMU ... gained three yards on a reverse on the game’s opening play against the Mustangs ... it was his first-career carry ... caught a 9-yard pass in the Mids’ Homecoming loss to East Carolina ... helped Navy rush for a season-high 421 yards ... caught the first-two passes of his young career in the Mids’ overtime loss to Air Force ... his seven-yard catch against the Falcons with 18 seconds remaining in the first half was his first-career reception ... caught a 17-yard pass in the fourth quarter which led to a field goal. • 2010: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Desert Vista High School, Bolena attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... a two-sport standout who earned three letters in football and two letters in track & field as a sprinter ... received Second-Team All-State (Ariz.) recognition his senior year ... member of his high school track team that was crowned the national champion in its class ... son of Gary and Stephanie Bolena and Michael and Michelle Scearce ... majoring in general science. Bolena’s Career Statistics Rushing Att Yds Avg TD Long 100-Yd -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -2010 2011 2 15 7.5 0 12 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 2012 TOTALS 2 15 7.5 0 12 0 Receiving Rec Yds Avg TD Long 100-Yd 2010 -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -4 53 13.3 0 20 0 2011 2012 13 141 10.8 1 38 0 TOTALS 17 194 11.4 1 38 0 Passing Cmp Att Pct Yds Int TD 2010 -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -2011 0 0 00.0 0 0 0 2012 1 2 50.0 33 0 0 1 2 50.0 33 0 0 TOTALS

Career highs – Carries: 1 (Twice; last at San Jose State, 11-19-11) Rushing Yards: 12 at San Jose State (11-19-11) Rushing TDs: 0 Receptions: 5 at Penn State (9-15-12) Receiving Yards: 61 vs. Notre Dame (9-1-12) Receiving TDs: 1 at East Carolina (1027-12) Pass Completions: 1 at Penn State (9-15-12) Pass Attempts: 2 at Penn State (9-15-12) Passing Yards: 33 at Penn State (9-15-12) Passing TDs: 0 Bolena Game-By-Game

Rushing Game (Date) Att Yds TD Avg Delaware (9-3-11) 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 at W. Kentucky (9-10-11) Air Force (10-1-11) 0 0 0 0.0 Southern Miss (10-8-11) 0 0 0 0.0 at Rutgers (10-15-11) 0 0 0 0.0 East Carolina (10-22-11) 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 at Notre Dame (10-29-11) Troy (11-5-11) 0 0 0 0.0 at SMU (11-12-11) 1 3 0 3.0 at San Jose State (11-19-11) 1 12 0 12.0 vs. Army (12-10-11) 0 0 0 0.0 vs. Notre Dame (9-1-12) at Penn State (9-15-12) VMI (9-22-12) San Jose State (9-29-12) at Air Force (10-6-12) at C. Michigan (10-12-12) Indiana (10-20-12) at E. Carolina (10-27-12) Florida Atlantic (11-3-12) at Troy (11-10-12)

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#72 Travis Bridges

Nose Guard • Sr. • 6-0 • 318 • Hollywood, Fla.

• At Navy: Enters the fall listed even for second on the depth chart with Barry Dabney at nose guard ... will also see time on special teams ... moved from offensive guard to nose guard in the spring of 2012 and adapted to his new position quickly ... has good size and strength ... has battled injuries throughout his career ... has earned two varsity letters. • 2012: A contributor in all 13 games after making the move from offense to defense ... chipped in a pair of tackles against Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl ... member of the Mids’ defensive unit that held Texas State scoreless for the first 42 minutes of the game ... contributed a tacke in the loss at Troy ... after surrendering the game’s first 10 points, part of a Navy defense that held Florida Atlantic scoreless for the better part of 30 minutes between the second and fourth quarters (8:57 2nd - 9:07 4th) ... contributed an assisted tackle against the Owls ... produced a career-high tying three tackles against Central Michigan ... part of a defense that held the Chippewas to a season-low 221 yards (70 rush, 151 pass) and 12 first downs ... the 70 yards rushing by the Chippewas were the fewest yards rushing by a Navy opponent since Missouri rushed for 65 yards on 26 carries in the 2009 Texas Bowl ... turned in a career-high three tackles in Navy’s win over Air Force ... part of a defense that did not allow a touchdown in nine consecutive quarters (Penn State fourth quarter - San Jose State) ... the streak was the best by a Navy defense since 2008 when the Mids did not allow a touchdown for 10 straight quarters (fourth quarter against Notre Dame, shut out Northern Illinois, shut out Army and did not allow a first quarter point to Wake Forest) ... registered a then career-best two tackles against San Jose State ... part of a defensive unit that held VMI scoreless for the final 53-plus minutes of action ... held the Keydets to just a field goal in the opening quarter, marking the first time Navy’s defense did not surrender a touchdown to its opponent since 2009 when defeating Army, 17-3 ... recorded his first collegiate tackle in Navy’s 41-3 win over VMI ... made his debut on defense in the Mids’ opener against Notre Dame ... also appeared against Penn State. • 2011: Saw action in 11 games, including making his collegiate debut in the Mids’ season-opening victory over Delaware ... missed the East Carolina contest after spraining his ankle the week of the game. • 2010: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of Chaminade-Madonna College Preparatory School, Bridges lettered three times as an offensive lineman in football and once in wrestling ... earned one (soph.) of his three football letters at South Broward High School ... led Chaminade-Madonna Prep to the district and region titles in 2009 with a 12-1 record ... earned Second-Team All-State (Fla.) honors and First-Team AllBroward County kudos ... served as President of Tri-M Music Honor Society ... enjoys playing the saxophone ... his first cousin is NFL running back Timothy Hightower ... his biological mother passed away at a young age and he was raised by his father and stepmother, Beverley Bridges ... majoring in general science. Bridges’ Career Statistics Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF 2010 -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2011 2012 13 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 TOTALS 13 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0

Career highs -- Tackles: 3 (Twice; last at Central Michigan, 10-11-12) TFL: 0 Sacks: 0 Int.: 0 PBU: 0 FR: 0 FF: 0 Bridges Game-By-Game

Game (Date) vs. Notre Dame (9-1-12) at Penn State (9-15-12) VMI (9-22-12) San Jose State (9-29-12) at Air Force (10-6-12) at C. Michigan (10-12-12)

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#51 James Britton

Linebacker • Jr. • 6-2 • 223 • Rogers, Ark.

• At Navy: Enters the fall listed as a starter at inside linebacker after moving there from safety in the spring ... adapted to his new position quickly and moved from third to first on the depth chart by the end of spring camp ... has put on close to 10 pounds ... has good size and speed ... has been a key special teams performer the last two years ... has earned two varsity letters. • 2012: Primarily a special teams contributor, he played in all 13 games ... turned in a solo tacklesagainst Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl ... recovered a Texas State fumble on the opening kickoff of the second half at the Texas State 16-yard line ... it was his first collegiate fumble recovery ... turned in a tackle on special teams at Central Michigan ... pitched in a tackle in Navy’s win over Air Force ... part of a defense that did not allow a touchdown in nine consecutive quarters (Penn State fourth quarter - San Jose State) ... the streak was the best by a Navy defense since 2008 when the Mids did not allow a touchdown for 10 straight quarters ... turned in a career-high three tackles in the Mids’ opener against Notre Dame. • 2011: Appeared in 11 contests as a member of special teams ... chipped in a solo tackle in the Mids’ win over Army ... recorded a pair of assisted tackles in Navy’s overtime loss to Air Force ... made his collegiate debut in the Mids’ win at Western Kentucky as a member of the kickoff squad ... turned in an unassisted tackle against the Hilltoppers. • High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Rogers Heritage High School, Britton was a three-sport athlete earning letters in football (3), baseball (1) and track & field (1) ... garnered all-conference football honors as a junior and senior, while also being named to the KURM Tri-State “Dream Team” those same years ... selected as the team’s defensive MVP his senior year ... member of the National Honor Society ... son of Jim and Rosie Britton ... majoring in political science. Britton’s Career Statistics Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds 4 0-0 0-0 2011 2012 7 0-0 0-0 TOTALS 11 0-0 0-0

Int PBU FR FF 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 1 0 0-0 0 1 0

Career highs -- Tackles: 3 vs. Notre Dame (9-1-12) TFL: 0 Sacks: 0 Int.: 0 PBU: 0 FR: 1 vs. Texas State (11-17-12) FF: 0

#25 Demond Brown

Slot Back • So. • 5-9 • 191 • Glen Burnie, Md.

• At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at one of the slot back spots behind Geoffrey Whiteside ... has great speed and is a powerful runner ... solid blocker ... was impressive running the football in the JV games he played in last fall ... has the ability to be one of Navy’s top slots ... has earned one varsity letter. • 2012: Appeared in eight of the last nine games as a member of special teams, including making his collegiate debut against Air Force ... gained four yards against East Carolina on his lone carry of the year.

• High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Old Mill High School, Brown attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... a three-sport standout who lettered in basketball, football and track & field ... three-time (2009-10-11) First-Team All-County selection in football, who also received All-State (Md.) recognition three teams ... named Honorable Mention All-State as a sophomore, a second-team selection as a junior and first-team honoree his senior year ... one of 50 players from around the country to be recognized as the Old Spice Red Zone Player of the Year in 2010 ... served as captain of the football team his senior year and was

named the team’s MVP ... member of the football team that claimed the 2011 county title ... member of the 2010 Maryland 4A State Championship 4x100 relay team ... also took recruiting visits to Bucknell and Colgate ... son of Demond Sr. and Tansala Brown ... majoring in quantitative economics. Brown’s Career Statistics Rushing Att Yds Avg TD Long 100-Yd 2012 1 4 4.0 0 4 0 TOTALS 1 4 4.0 0 4 0 Receiving 2012 TOTALS

Rec Yds Avg TD Long 100-Yd 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0

Career highs – Carries: 1 at East Carolina (10-24-12) Rushing Yards: 4 at East Carolina (10-24-12) Rushing TDs: 0 Receptions: 0 Receiving Yards: 0 Receiving TDs: 0

#93 Joe Cardona

Long Snapper • Jr. • 6-3 • 217 • El Cajon, Calif.

• At Navy: Returning two-year starter at long snapper ... one of the top long snappers in school history ... only the second freshman to start at long snapper in program history ... has earned two varsity letters. • 2012: The Mids’ long snapper for field goal kicker Nick Sloan and punter Pablo Beltran. • 2011: Served as Navy’s long snapper for fellow rookie punter Pablo Beltran ... saw action in every game his rookie campaign ... pitched in his first-career tackle in the Mids’ win over Troy. • High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of Granite Hills High School, Cardona attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2010-11 academic year ... a two-sport athlete who lettered twice in football and four years in lacrosse ... a first-team all-league selection his senior year ... member of the 2009 Chris Sailer National Kicking & Snapping Event’s top 12 long snappers ... led Granite Hills to the 2010 conference title in lacrosse ... named the conference MVP as a midfielder for the lacrosse team his senior year and picked up Second-Team All-San Diego honors ... son of Patrick and Margaret Cardona ... majoring in economics.

#34 Noah Copeland

Fullback • Jr. • 5-10 • 214 • San Antonio, Texas

• At Navy: Enters the fall as Navy’s starting fullback after starting every game there last year ... powerful runner with good speed ... has put on 10 pounds since last season ... will be challenged by sophomore Chris Swain, giving Navy a potent 1-2 punch at fullback ... has earned two varsity letters. • 2012: Finished the year as Navy’s second-leading rusher with 738 yards on a team-high tying 162 carries (4.6 yds per carry / 56.8 yds per game) and five touchdowns ... lost just three yards all year ... contributes to an offensive unit that finished the year ranked sixth nationally in rushing offense, averaging 278.46 yards per game ... rushed for 47 yards on 10 carries and caught two passes for four yards against Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl ... came up just shy of recording his third 100-yard game with a 22-carry 99-yard afternoon in helping lead the Mids to a 17-13 win over Army in the Star Game ... scored the game’s first points on a 12-yard run in the second quarter ... topped the 100-yard milestone for a second time this season, rushing for 110 yards on 17 carries and two TDs in Navy’s Senior Day win over Texas State ... it was his first two-touchdown afternoon with 15 and 16-yard TD runs ... rushed for 18 yards on six carries at Troy and caught a 13-yard pass ... gained 38 yards on 10 carries in the Mids’ win over Florida Atlantic ... also caught one pass for 25 yards, the longest of his career, against the Owls ... a member of the Mids’ high-powered offense that scored 56 points at East Carolina ... Navy also rushed for 512 yards, the ninth most in program history and the most since running up 521 yards on the ground against East Carolina in 2010 ... carried the ball eight times for 51 yards, including a five-yard TD run in the opening quarter against the Pirates ... produced just 31 yards on 12 carries in the Mids’ Homecoming win over Indiana ... led the Mids with 70 yards on 15 carries

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PLAYER PROFILES at Central Michigan ... produced 84 yards on the ground on a Navy season-high 21 carries in the Mids’ win over Air Force ... also caught a pass for five yards ... scored his first collegiate touchdown on a 5-yard run in the second quarter that gave Navy its first lead of the year against an FBS opponent ... went on to carry the ball for a two-point conversion following Keenan Reynolds’ fourth quarter touchdown run which knotted the game and sent it into overtime ... it was Navy’s first two-point conversion since Oct. 30, 2010, when Navy was 3-for-3 on two-point conversions against Duke ... carried the ball eight times for 20 yards against San Jose State, while also catching two passes for 27 yards ... caught a career-long 15-yard pass against the Spartans ... contributed to Navy’s season-high 403 yards rushing as a team, against VMI along with better than 500 yards of total offense ... had a break-out game against the Keydets where he paced the Mids with a career-high 126 yards on 20 carries in what was his first collegiate 100-yard rushing game ... broke loose for a 27-yard gain early in the first quarter, marking his longest-career rush ... also caught a pass for an 11-yard gain ... rushed for 15 yards on seven carries at Penn State where he also caught one pass for a negative (5 yards) gain ... made his first-collegiate start at fullback where he gained a then career-high 29 yards on six carries against Notre Dame in the opener ... also caught three passes for 11 yards. • 2011: Saw action in seven games primarily as a member of special teams, including the final six contests ... recorded seven tackles and forced a fumble ... carried the ball twice as a rookie, once against Southern Miss and once against Troy ... came up huge in his first Army-Navy game, recording four tackles and forcing a fumble on special teams ... his forced fumble came on a kickoff in the fourth quarter after Navy had taken a 24-21 lead ... classmate Jordan Drake recovered the fumble and the turnover resulted in three points as Jon Teague drilled a 44-yard field goal with 10:26 remaining in the game and provided the final score of 27-21. • High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of Louis D. Brandeis High School, Copeland attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2010-11 academic year ... earned three letters in football and one in track & field ... a first-team All-State (Texas), all-area and all-city selection his senior year ... selected as the team’s MVP his senior year ... also voted by his peers to serve as team captain of the football team his senior season ... picked up first-team all-area honors as a junior, as well first-team all-district mention ... attended Sandra Day O’Connor High School in Helotes, Texas his freshman and sophomore years before moving on to Louis D. Brandeis his junior year ... member of the National Honor Society ... holds a black belt in karate ... son of Frederick Sr. and Catherine Copeland ... majoring in general science. Copeland’s Career Statistics Rushing Att Yds Avg TD Long 100-Yd 2 4 2.0 0 5 0 2011 2012 162 741 4.6 5 27 2 164 745 4.5 5 27 2 TOTALS Receiving 2011 2012 TOTALS

Rec Yds Avg TD Long 100-Yd 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 12 91 7.6 0 25 0 12 91 7.6 0 25 0

Career highs – Carries: 22 vs. Army (12-8-12) Rushing Yards: 126 vs. VMI (9-22-12) Rushing TDs: 2 vs. Texas State (11-17-12) Receptions: 3 vs. Notre Dame (9-1-12) Receiving Yards: 27 vs. San Jose State (9-29-12) Receiving TDs: 0 Copeland Game-By-Game

Rushing Game (Date) Att Yds TD Avg vs. Notre Dame (9-1-12) 6 29 0 4.8 7 15 0 2.1 at Penn State (9-15-12) VMI (9-22-12) 20 126 0 6.3 San Jose State (9-29-12) 8 20 0 2.5 at Air Force (10-6-12) 21 84 1 4.0 at C. Michigan (10-12-12) 15 70 0 4.7 Indiana (10-20-12) 12 31 0 2.6 at E. Carolina (10-27-12) 8 51 1 6.4 Florida Atlantic (11-3-12) 10 38 0 3.8 at Troy (11-10-12) 6 18 0 3.0 Texas State (11-17-12) 17 110 2 6.5 vs. Army (12-8-12) 22 99 1 4.5 vs. Arizona State (12-29-12) 10 47 0 4.7

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#83 Devin Crayton

Wide Receiver • So. • 6-2 • 194 • Helotes, Texas

• At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at wide receiver behind Shawn Lynch and Brendan Dudeck ... coming off a solid spring camp ... has good speed. • 2012: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Louis D. Brandeis High School, Crayton attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... a two-sport athlete who earned three letters in track & field and two in football ... earned Honorable Mention AllState (Texas) football honors as a senior ... a unanimous all-district selection who was a first-team all-area selection his senior season ... member of district championship track & field and football teams in 2011 ... member of the National Honor Society ... son of Barry and Marina Crayton ... majoring in english.

#69 Barry Dabney

Nose Guard • Sr. • 6-1 • 302 • Nashville, Tenn.

• At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart with fellow senior Travis Bridges at nose guard ... has good size and can plug up the middle against the run ... powerful player that stays low to the ground ... has earned one varsity letter. • 2012: Played in all 13 contests, starting 10 ... turned in two tackles against Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl ... involved in perhaps the biggest play of the game in Navy’s 17-13 Star Game victory over Army ... recovered an errant exchange between Army QB Trent Steelman and Larry Dixon at the Navy 13-yard line with 1:04 remaining in the game that sealed Navy’s win ... it was Dabney’s first career fumble recovery ... member of the Mids’ defensive unit that held Texas State scoreless for the first 42 minutes of the game ... chipped in a tackle in the Mids’ Senior Day win over Texas State ... after surrendering the game’s first 10 points, part of a Navy defense that held Florida Atlantic scoreless for the better part of 30 minutes between the second and fourth quarters (8:57 2nd - 9:07 4th) ... turned in a pair of tackles against the Owls ... contributed three tackles in Navy’s Homecoming win over Indiana ... part of a defense that held the Chippewas to a season-low 221 yards total offense (70 rush, 151 pass) and 12 first downs ... the 70 yards rushing by the Chippewas were the fewest yards rushing by a Navy opponent since Missouri rushed for 65 yards on 26 carries in the 2009 Texas Bowl ... registered a career-high six stops in the win over Air Force ... part of a defense that did not allow a touchdown in nine consecutive quarters (Penn State fourth quarter - San Jose State) ... the streak was the best by a Navy defense since 2008 when the Mids did not allow a touchdown for 10 straight quarters (fourth quarter against Notre Dame, shut out Northern Illinois, shut out Army and did not allow a first quarter point to Wake Forest) ... part of a defensive unit that held VMI scoreless for the final 53-plus minutes of action ... held the Keydets to just a field goal in the opening quarter, marking the first time Navy’s defense did not surrender a touchdown to its opponent since 2009 when defeating Army, 17-3 ... chipped in three tackles against the Keydets ... contributed a career-high three tackles, including two solo stops at Penn State ... made his first-collegiate start in the Mids’ opener against Notre Dame ... contributed a tackle against the Irish. • 2011: Saw his first career action against Rutgers, playing three plays. • 2010: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Brentwood Academy ... 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 selection ... was high school teammates with former Navy teammates Jabaree Tuani and Mason Graham and current Navy teammate Kwazel Bertrand ... son of Barry Sr. and Janice Dabney ... majoring in general science.


PLAYER PROFILES Dabney’s Career Statistics Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF 2010 -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -2011 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 21 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 2012 TOTALS 21 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0

Career highs -- Tackles: 6 at Air Force (10-6-12) TFL: 0 Sacks: 0 Int.: 0 PBU: 0 FR: 1 vs. Army (12-8-12) FF: 0

#91 Aaron Davis

Defensive End • Jr. • 6-0 • 251 • Pearland, Texas

• At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at left end behind Paul Quessenberry ... coming off a sold spring camp ... has good speed coming off the edge and could be used as a pass rusher ... has put on 10 pounds since last year ... has earned one varsity letter. • 2012: Saw action in 11 of the 13 contests for the Midshipmen ... member of the Mids’ defensive unit that held Texas State scoreless for the first 42 minutes of the game ... recovered a Shawn Southward fumble at the Navy 1-yard line after Troy’s Southward was stripped by Navy’s Keegan Wetzel ... it was Davis’ first career fumble recovery ... after surrendering the game’s first 10 points, part of a Navy defense that held Florida Atlantic scoreless for the better part of 30 minutes between the second and fourth quarters (8:57 2nd - 9:07 4th) ... pitched in an assisted tackles against the Owls ... part of a defense that held the Chippewas to a season-low 221 yards (70 rush, 151 pass) and 12 first downs ... the 70 yards rushing by the Chippewas were the fewest yards rushing by a Navy opponent since Missouri rushed for 65 yards on 26 carries in the 2009 Texas Bowl ... part of a defense that did not allow a touchdown in nine consecutive quarters (Penn State fourth quarter - San Jose State) ... the streak was the best by a Navy defense since 2008 when the Mids did not allow a touchdown for 10 straight quarters (fourth quarter against Notre Dame, shut out Northern Illinois, shut out Army and did not allow a first quarter point to Wake Forest) ... saw playing time at defensive end against VMI where he made his first career tackle, a tackle for a loss ... part of a defensive unit that held VMI scoreless for the final 53-plus minutes of action ... held the Keydets to just a field goal in the opening quarter, marking the first time Navy’s defense did not surrender a touchdown to its opponent since 2009 when defeating Army, 17-3 ... made his collegiate debut as a member of special teams in the Mids’ opener against Notre Dame ... also appeared against Penn State. • 2011: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of Glenda Dawson High School, Davis attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2010-11 academic year ... Dawson High School opened its doors in 2009 with Davis a member of the school’s first football team ... a two-year letterwinner in football, he was a two-time all-district selection (2008, `09) and earned all-county honors as a senior ... graduated with perfect attendance ... father played running back at Rice ... son of John Jr. and Cathy Davis ... majoring in English. Davis’ Career Statistics Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF 2011 -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -2012 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 TOTALS 4 0.5-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 0

Career highs -- Tackles: 2 at East Carolina (10-27-12) TFL: 0.5 vs. VMI (9-22-12) Sacks: 0 Int.: 0 PBU: 0 FR: 1 at Troy (11-10-12) FF: 0

#13 Jordan Drake

Outside Linebacker • Jr. • 6-4 • 220 • Douglasville, Ga.

• At Navy: Enters the fall listed as a starter at outside linebacker after starting all 13 games there as a sophomore ... missed all of spring ball after having surgery on his right ankle following the fall season ... expected to return at 100 percent this fall ... had a solid sophomore campaign and has a high ceiling ... possesses impressive size and speed ... has earned two varsity letters. • 2012: A starter in all 13 games at outside linebacker, he finished the year with 49 tackles (25-24), 4.5 tackles for a loss (28 yds) and 2.0 sacks (25 yds) ... chipped in six tackles, including a tackle for a loss against Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl ... stripped ASU backup QB Michael Eubank at the Sun Devils’ 46-yard line and teammate Will Anthony recovered ... it was the first forced fumble of his career ... tallied a pair of tackles in Navy’s series-record 11th straight win over Army ... member of the Mids’ defensive unit that held Texas State scoreless for the first 42 minutes of the game ... recorded three tackles and broke up a key pass on 4th and two with 6:48 to go in the fourth quarter ... it was his first career pass break-up ... turned in a pair of tackles at Troy ... after surrendering the game’s first 10 points, part of a Navy defense that held Florida Atlantic scoreless for the better part of 30 minutes between the second and fourth quarters (8:57 2nd - 9:07 4th) ... produced three tackles in the win over the Owls ... chipped in three tackles in Navy’s road win against East Carolina ... along with Keegan Wetzel, led the team with a career-high eight tackles in Navy’s win over Indiana ... named the ECAC Defensive Player of the Week on Oct. 22 after picking off Indiana QB Cameron Coffman and returned it 24 yards for a touchdown (3:00, 2Qtr) ... it was Drake’s first collegiate interception ... produced a pair of tackles, including a tackle for a loss in the win over Central Michigan ... part of a defense that held the Chippewas to a seasonlow 221 yards (70 rush, 151 pass) and 12 first downs ... the 70 yards rushing by the Chippewas were the fewest yards rushing by a Navy opponent since Missouri rushed for 65 yards on 26 carries in the 2009 Texas Bowl ... chipped in two tackles in the Mids’ win over Air Force ... part of a defense that did not allow a touchdown in nine consecutive quarters (Penn State fourth quarter - San Jose State) ... the streak was the best by a Navy defense since 2008 when the Mids did not allow a touchdown for 10 straight quarters (fourth quarter against Notre Dame, shut out Northern Illinois, shut out Army and did not allow a first quarter point to Wake Forest) ... recorded four tackles, including a sack for a loss of 13 yards against San Jose State ... part of a defensive unit that held VMI scoreless for the final 53-plus minutes of action ... held the Keydets to just a field goal in the opening quarter, marking the first time Navy’s defense did not surrender a touchdown to its opponent since 2009 when defeating Army, 17-3 ... turned in four tackles against the Keydets which featured his first sack for a loss of 12 yards ... pitched in three tackles, including a half a tackle for a loss of a yard, at Penn State ... produced a career-high seven tackles against Notre Dame in what was his first collegiate start. • 2011: A member of the Mids’ kickoff team ... saw action in nine of the 11 games, including making his collegiate debut in the Mids’ season-opening victory over Delaware ... recovered a Scott Williams fumble at the Army 27-yard line with 11:55 remaining on the clock ... it was Drake’s first-collegiate fumble recovery and was caused by classmate Noah Copeland ... sat out the East Carolina, Notre Dame and Troy games with a concussion, but returned for the Mids’ contest at SMU ... produced a pair of tackles at SMU ... credited with a kick return against Air Force ... he mishandled the onside kick, but it was recovered by the Midshipmen ... posted a pair of assisted tackles at Western Kentucky, the first two tackles of his collegiate career. • High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of Chapel Hill High School, Drake attended the Elite Performer Sports Academy and Georgia Military College in Fairburn, Ga. during the 2010-11 academic year ... a three-sport athlete who lettered in football (4), track & field (3) and baseball (1) ... a two-time first-team all-region performer who served as team captain in football ... twice named the team’s defensive MVP ... aunt, Latrecia Drake, played basketball at Georgia ... son of Danniell Granger ... majoring in English. Drake’s Career Statistics Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF 2011 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 2012 49 4.5-28 2.0-25 1-24 1 0 1 TOTALS 53 4.5-28 2.0-25 1-24 1 0 1

Career highs -- Tackles: 8 vs. Indiana (10-20-12) TFL: 1.0 (Four Times; last vs. Arizona State, 12-29-12) Sacks: 1.0 (Twice; last vs. San Jose State, 9-29-12) Int.: 1 vs.

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PLAYER PROFILES Indiana (10-20-12) PBU: 1 vs. Texas State (11-17-12) FR: 1 (vs. Army, 12-10-11) FF: 1 vs. Arizona State (12-29-12) Drake Game-By-Game

Game (Date) U-A-TT vs. Notre Dame (9-1-12) 2-5-7 at Penn State (9-15-12) 2-1-3 VMI (9-22-12) 2-2-4 San Jose State (9-29-12) 3-1-4 at Air Force (10-6-12) 0-2-2 at C. Michigan (10-12-12) 1-1-2 Indiana (10-20-12) 6-2-8 at E. Carolina (10-27-12) 0-3-3 Florida Atlantic (11-3-12) 1-2-3 at Troy (11-10-12) 2-0-2 Texas State (11-17-12) 1-2-3 vs. Army (12-8-12) 1-1-2 vs. Arizona State (12-29-12) 4-2-6

TFL-Yds 0-0 0.5-1 1.0-12 1.0-13 0-0 1.0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1.0-1

Sacks 0-0 0-0 1.0-12 1.0-13 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 1-24 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

FF 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 1 0 0

#81 Brendan Dudeck

Wide Receiver • Jr. • 6-0 • 202 • Hamilton Square, N.J.

• At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at one of the wide receiver spots behind Shawn Lynch ... had a solid spring camp ... has good size and is a solid blocker ... has improved his ability to catch the ball. • 2012: Saw action in five games, including making his first collegiate appearance as a member of special teams at Penn State ... turned in his first collegiate tackle on special teams against VMI. • 2011: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of the Hun School, Dudeck attended The Peddie School during the 2010-11 academic year ... a four-sport athlete who lettered in football (4), baseball (4), basketball (2) and outdoor track & field (2) ... named the Delaware Valley Player of the Year Scholar-Athlete as a senior ... received First-Team All-MAPL Conference honors as a quarterback his junior and senior years and was a first-team selection as a defensive back his last three seasons ... named a First-Team Prep A State selection his junior and senior year on defense and senior year on offense ... led the football team to the 2006 and `07 MAPL Championship ... was a member of the state-winning baseball teams his sophomore and junior years ... involved with Ryans Quest, an organization formed to increase awareness of Duchenne muscular dystrophy ... son of Dave and Amy Dudeck ... father played football at The College of New Jersey and his mother played lacrosse at Penn State ... brother, David, is a sophomore on the football team at Boston College ... majoring in political science.

#14 Albrey Felder

Cornerback • Sr. • 5-6 • 176 • Orange Park, Fla.

• At Navy: Enters the fall looking to add depth at cornerback ... has a good attitude and practices hard ... has been a valuable member of the scout team for the last three seasons. • 2012: Did not see any varsity action. • 2011: Did not see any varsity action. • 2010: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Orange Park High School, Felder attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... earned four letters in football, four in track and one in weightlifting ... was named all-county in football ... son of Albrey and Audrey Felder ... majoring in Chinese.

#23 Chris Ferguson

Safety • Jr. • 6-2 • 195 • Angier, N.C.

• At Navy: Enters the fall listed as the starter at free safety ... rangy athlete that has good speed and a nose for the ball ... has a wealth of experience ... has the potential to have a big junior campaign ... has earned two varsity letters. • 2012: Played in nine games, starting seven ... pitched in three tackles against Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl ... played primarily with special teams in the Mids Senior Day win over Texas State ... registered one tackle in Navy’s loss at Troy ... returned to the playing field against Florida Atlantic after suffering a dislocated elbow against Air Force and being sidelined for the Central Michigan, Indiana and East Carolina games ... had started 12-straight games dating back to last year’s Rutgers contest before his injury ... after surrendering the game’s first 10 points, part of a Navy defense that held Florida Atlantic scoreless for the better part of 30 minutes between the second and fourth quarters (8:57 2nd - 9:07 4th) ... produced three tackles against the Owls ... recorded eight tackles and forced a fumble in the Mids’ win over Air Force ... part of a defense that did not allow a touchdown in nine consecutive quarters (Penn State fourth quarter - San Jose State) ... the streak was the best by a Navy defense since 2008 when the Mids did not allow a touchdown for 10 straight quarters (fourth quarter against Notre Dame, shut out Northern Illinois, shut out Army and did not allow a first quarter point to Wake Forest) ... produced six tackles against San Jose State, including five solo stops ... part of a defensive unit that held VMI scoreless for the final 53-plus minutes of action ... held the Keydets to just a field goal in the opening quarter, marking the first time Navy’s defense did not surrender a touchdown to its opponent since 2009 when defeating Army, 17-3 ... posted five tackles, including four solo stops at Penn State ... turned in seven tackles, including five contributed four tackles in the win over VMI ... solo stops, in the Mids’ opener against Notre Dame. • 2011: Named an Honorable Mention All-Independent Team selection by the nationwide media panel responsible for the FBS Indpendent Player of the Week awards ... saw action in 11 games, starting the final seven games of the year at free safety ... contributed 43 tackles (21-22), broke up three passes and turned in two interceptions, one of which he returned for a touchdown ... also forced two fumbles over the course of the season ... turned in a pair of solo tackles in his first Army-Navy game ... part of a Navy defense that forced three Army turnovers and held the Black Knights to just 97 yards on the ground in the second half ... produced five tackles in Navy’s loss at San Jose State ... picked off SMU QB J.J. McDermott in the first quarter and returned it 28 yards to the Navy 44 ... paced the Mids against Notre Dame with a career-high nine tackles ... also broke up a pass ... recorded a then career-high eight tackles against East Carolina in just his second-collegiate start ... also broke up a pass against the Pirates ... made his most impressive appearance in the Rutgers game where he made his first career start ... registered four tackles, forced a fumble and returned an interception 16 yards for a touchdown ... turned in three tackles and broke up a pass in the Mids’ loss to Southern Miss ... contributed a solo tackle in Navy’s overtime loss to Air Force ... recorded a solo tackle and turned in his first-collegiate forced fumble on a kickoff in the Mids’ 24-21 loss to No. 10 South Carolina ... recorded four tackles in his collegiate debut against Delaware in the season opener. • High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of West Johnston High School, Ferguson attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2010-11 academic year ... lettered two years at Clayton High School before moving on to West Johnston where he lettered his final two years ... earned all-conference honors as a senior ... while a youngster (2nd-5th grade) suffered from rare neurological disorder known as GuillainBarre Syndrome which took away his ability to walk and his memory and nearly killed him ... relied upon a walker for a year ... son of Keith and Savita Ferguson ... majoring in economics. Ferguson’s Career Statistics Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF 2011 43 0-0 0-0 2-44 3 0 2 2012 37 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 TOTALS 80 0-0 0-0 2-44 3 0 3

Career highs -- Tackles: 9 at Notre Dame (10-29-11) TFL: 0 Sacks: 0 Int.: 1 (Twice; last at SMU, 11-2-11) PBU: 1 (Three Times; last at Notre Dame, 10-29-11) FR: 0 FF: 1 (Three Times; last at Air Force, 10-6-12)

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PLAYER PROFILES Ferguson Game-By-Game

Game (Date) U-A-TT TFL-Yds Sacks Int PBU Delaware (9-3-11) 2-2-4 0-0 0-0 0 0 at W. Kentucky (9-10-11) 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 at S. Carolina (9-17-11) 1-0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 Air Force (10-1-11) 1-0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 Southern Miss (10-8-11) 2-1-3 0-0 0-0 0 1 at Rutgers (10-15-11) 2-2-4 0-0 0-0 1-16 0 East Carolina (10-22-11) 6-2-8 0-0 0-0 0 1 at Notre Dame (10-29-11) 1-8-9 0-0 0-0 0 1 Troy (11-5-11) 3-3-6 0-0 0-0 0 0 at SMU (11-12-11) 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 1-28 0 at San Jose State (11-19-11) 1-4-5 0-0 0-0 0 0 vs. Army (12-10-11) 2-0-2 0-0 0-0 0 0

FF FR Blk 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

vs. Notre Dame (9-1-12) 5-2-7 at Penn State (9-15-12) 4-1-5 VMI (9-22-12) 1-3-4 San Jose State (9-29-12) 5-1-6 at Air Force (10-6-12) 2-6-8 Florida Atlantic (11-3-12) 3-0-3 at Troy (11-10-12) 0-1-1 Texas State (11-17-12) 0-0-0 vs. Arizona State (12-29-12) 1-2-3

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0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 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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#75 Tanner Fleming

Center • Jr. • 6-2 • 276 • Deltona, Fla.

• At Navy: Enters the fall as Navy’s starting center after starting 11 games there last year ... coming off a solid sophomore campaign ... one of the strongest players on the team ... has earned one varsity letter. • 2012: Appeared in all 13 games, starting 11 ... made starts in the final 10 games of the season ... part of an offensive line that led Navy to a No. 6 national ranking in rushing offense, averaging 278.46 yards per game ... helped pave the way for Navy to put up 487 yards of total offense, 328 on the ground and 159 through the air against Troy ... helped pave the way for QB Keenan Reynolds to put up career-high marks in rushing (159) and passing (147) and become the first Navy player to reach 300-plus yards of total offense (306) since Ricky Dobbs charted 318 yards against Arkansas state on No. 20, 2010 ... a member of the Mids’ high-powered offense that scored 56 points at East Carolina, marking their first 50-point game since putting up 76 against the Pirates in 2010 ... Navy also rushed for 512 yards, the ninth most in program history and the most since running up 521 yards on the ground against East Carolina in 2010 ... member of the offensive line that allowed freshman QB Keenan Reynolds to become the first Navy player to throw three touchdown passes in a game (at Central Michigan) since Chris McCoy threw three against Colgate on Nov. 15, 1997 ... returned to the starting lineup against San Jose State and made the start at Air Force ... member of Navy’s offensive line that paved the way for the Mids to rush for a season-high 403 yards against VMI and rack up better than 500 yards of total offense ... did not make the start against VMI, however, he came into the game in relief of starter Thomas Stone to help stage the Mids’ offensive explosion ... earned his first career start at center in Navy’s loss at Penn State ... made his collegiate debut in the Mids’ opener against Notre Dame. • 2011: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of Deltona High School, Fleming attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2010-11 academic year ... a four-sport athlete, he earned letters in track & field (4), football (3), wrestling (2) and weight lifting (1) ... named the 2010 Volusia County Athlete of the Year by two newspapers ... named a finalist for the 2010 Central Florida Athlete of the Year ... a three-time all-county performer in football who earned All-Central Florida and Third-Team All-State (Fla.) honors his senior year ... served as team captain of the football team his senior season ... member of the district-winning track & field team his senior year ... garnered all-area recognition as a thrower on the track & field team his senior year ... the weight lifting team won the district and region titles his senior year, as well ... named an all-area and All-Central Florida selection as a weight lifter his senior season ... served as a youth football and basketball coach ... son of Thomas and Amie Fleming ... majoring in general science.

#2 Parrish Gaines

Cornerback • Jr. • 6-2 • 196 • Smyrna, Tenn.

• At Navy: Enters the season as the starter at right corner after starting there for all 13 games last year... coming off a solid sophomore campaign ... will be one of the leaders in the secondary ... has good size and speed ... has earned two varsity letters. • 2012: Started all 13 contests ... named an Honorable Mention All-Independent Team selection by the nationwide media panel responsible for the FBS Indpendent Player of the Week awards ... a starter in each of the last 18 games dating back to last year’s Notre Dame game ... member of the Navy defensive unit that was ranked 40th nationally in pass defense (215.23 yds/gm) ... finished the season fifth on the team in tackles with 69 (42-27), including two tackles for a loss and two interceptions ... registered six tackles against Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl ... turned in seven tackles, including a half a tackle for a loss in the Mids’ 17-13 Star Game victory over Army ... member of the Mids’ defensive unit that held Texas State scoreless for the first 42 minutes of the game ... turned in four tackles against the Bobcats and broke up a pass ... was in on five tackles at Troy, making four solo stops ... after surrendering the game’s first 10 points, part of a Navy defense that held Florida Atlantic scoreless for the better part of 30 minutes between the second and fourth quarters (8:57 2nd - 9:07 4th) ... one of seven players to lead Navy with seven tackles in the win over the Owls ... also broke up a pass, the first of his career ... pitched in a pair of tackles in the road win against East Carolina ... despite not having any tackles in the contest, made one of the biggest plays of the Indiana game, picking off the Hoosiers starting QB Cameron Coffman on 2nd-and-10 with 1:38 remaining to seal the 31-30 win for the Mids ... it was his second career interception and second this season ... paced Navy in tackles with seven in their 31-13 win at Central Michigan ... also pitched in a tackle for a loss of two yards ... part of a defense that held the Chippewas to a seasonlow 221 yards (70 rush, 151 pass) and 12 first downs ... the 70 yards rushing by the Chippewas were the fewest yards rushing by a Navy opponent since Missouri rushed for 65 yards on 26 carries in the 2009 Texas Bowl ... turned in three tackles, including a half a tackle for a loss of two yards against Air Force ... part of a defense that did not allow a touchdown in nine consecutive quarters (Penn State fourth quarter - San Jose State) ... the streak was the best by a Navy defense since 2008 when the Mids did not allow a touchdown for 10 straight quarters (fourth quarter against Notre Dame, shut out Northern Illinois, shut out Army and did not allow a first quarter point to Wake Forest) ... paced the Mids with a career-high tying 12 tackles against San Jose State ... part of a defensive unit that held VMI scoreless for the final 53-plus minutes of action ... held the Keydets to just a field goal in the opening quarter, marking the first time Navy’s defense did not surrender a touchdown to its opponent since 2009 when defeating Army, 17-3 ... turned in three solo stops against VMI ... came up with just one tackle in Navy’s loss at Penn State ... paced Navy with a career-high 12 tackles against Notre Dame, which featured eight solo stops ... recorded his first-career interception by picking off Irish QB Everett Golson in the second quarter and returned the ball five yards. • 2011: Started the final five games of the year ... played in seven games overall ... was in on 30 tackles including 21 solo stops over the course of the season ... also chipped in 1.0 tackle for a loss and forced one fumble ... recorded a solo tackle in his first appearance in the annual Army-Navy game ... part of a Navy defense that forced three Army turnovers and held the Black Knights to just 97 yards on the ground in the second half after giving up 201 in the opening half ... turned in six tackles against San Jose State ... contributed three tackles in Navy’s win at SMU ... started the game against Troy where he made a career-high tying seven tackles, including a tackle for a loss of one ... stripped Troy RB Shawn Southward at the Navy 35-yard line and was recovered by teammate Colin Sturdivant ... it marked his first-career forced fumble ... made his first-collegiate start at Notre Dame where he posted a career-high seven tackles ... recorded a career-high five tackles against East Carolina in what marked his most extensive action to date ... made his collegiate debut in the Mids’ loss to Southern Miss where he was in on a tackle. • High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Smyrna High School, Gaines was a three-sport athlete who earned letters in football (6), basketball (6) and track & field (6) ... earned All-State (Tenn.) recognition in football, as well as all-county honors, his senior year ... was twice selected team captain of the football and basketball teams ... named the team’s MVP in both sports his senior year ... served as his junior and senior Class President ... recipient of the J.J. McWilliams and National Football Foundation Scholarships ... volunteered at the Smyrna Public Library ... uncle, Bobby Johnson, was the leading receiver on the New York Giants team that won the Super Bowl in 1986 ... son of Delanna Johnson ... majoring in political science.

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PLAYER PROFILES Gaines’ Career Statistics Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds 2011 30 1.0-1 0-0 2012 69 2.0-5 0-0 TOTALS 99 3.0-6 0-0

Int PBU FR FF 0-0 0 0 1 2-5 2 0 0 2-5 2 0 1

Career highs – Tackles: 12 (Twice; last vs. San Jose State, 9-29-12) TFL: 1.0 (Twice; last at Central Michigan, 10-11-12) Sacks: 0 Int.: 1 (Twice; last vs. Indiana, 10-20-12) PBU: 1 (Twice; last vs. Texas State, 11-17-12) FR: 0 FF: 1 vs. Troy (11-5-11) Gaines Game-By-Game

Game (Date) U-A-TT TFL-Yds Sacks Southern Miss (10-8-11) 0-1-1 0-0 0-0 East Carolina (10-22-11) 5-0-5 0-0 0-0 at Notre Dame (10-29-11) 4-3-7 0-0 0-0 Troy (11-5-11) 7-0-7 1.0-1 0-0 at SMU (11-12-11) 3-0-3 0-0 0-0 vs. Army (12-10-11) 1-0-1 0-0 0-0

Int PBU FF FR Blk 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

vs. Notre Dame (9-1-12) 8-4-12 at Penn State (9-15-12) 0-1-1 VMI (9-22-12) 3-0-3 San Jose State (9-29-12) 8-4-12 at Air Force (10-6-12) 0-3-3 at C. Michigan (10-12-12) 3-4-7 Indiana (10-20-12) 0-0-0 at E. Carolina (10-27-12) 0-2-2 Florida Atlantic (11-3-12) 6-1-7 at Troy (11-10-12) 4-1-5 Texas State (11-17-12) 3-1-4 vs. Army (12-8-12) 4-3-7 vs. Arizona State (12-29-12) 3-3-6

1-5 0 0 0 0 0 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0.5-2 1.0-2 0-0 0-0 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 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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#65 Joey Gaston

Offensive Tackle • So. • 6-5 • 281 • Knoxville, Tenn.

• At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at left tackle behind Graham Vickers ... got a ton of reps in the spring with Vickers being out with an injury and faired well ... has good size ... has a solid base and good feet. • 2012: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Knoxville Catholic High School, Gaston attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... a three-year football letterwinner who earned All-State (Tenn.) honors as a senior ... member of the football team that claimed the 2008 state title behind a 15-0 record ... son of Michael and Lisa Gaston ... majoring in political science ... has a 3.05 grade-point average.

#92 David Gordeuk

Defensive End • So. • 6-3 • 236 • Port Matilda, Pa.

• At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at left defensive end behind Paul Quessenberry and Aaron Davis ... was a pleasant surprise during spring camp ... came to Navy as a walk-on ... has good athleticism ... has the quickness to be a pass rusher. • 2012: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2012 graduate of State College Area High School, Gordeuk lettered in both football and track & field ... member of track & field teams that won the indoor title in 2012 and outdoor crowns in 2011 and `12 ... the outdoor track & field team also claimed district titles in 2010, `11 and `12 ... son of the late Daniel Gordeuk and Diane Gordeuk ... majoring in systems engineering.

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#13 Austin Grebe

Kicker • So. • 6-0 • 192 • Stafford, Va.

• At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at kicker behind Nick Sloan ... possesses a strong leg ... continues to work on his accuracy ... good athlete ... played quarterback in high school. • 2012: Did not see any varsity action • High School / Personal: A 2012 graduate of North Stafford High School, Grebe lettered four years in football and soccer ... garnered first-team all-district honors as a kicker and quarterback as a senior and second-team all-region at both positions... named the district’s offensive player of the year in 2011 ... was a first-team all-area selection at kicker as a senior ... led his high school football team to the Commonwealth District Championship and the Northwest Region Championship in 2011 ... member of his high school soccer team that won the district, region and state championship in 2011 ... served as president of North Stafford’s chapter of the National Honor Society ... son of Joseph and Julie Grebe ... majoring in systems engineering ... has a 3.09 grade-point average.

#61 Brandon Greene

Center • So. • 6-3 • 257 • Highland, Calif.

• At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at center behind Tanner Fleming ... received a lot of reps in the spring with Fleming out with an injury and looked good ... will continue to get bigger ... has good feet. • 2012: Did not see any varsity action • High School / Personal: A 2012 graduate of Redlands East Valley High School, Greene lettered three years in football and track & field ... earned all-league, all-city, allcounty and All-CIF football honors as a senior ... led his high school to three-consecutive football league titles ... garnered all-league kudos as a thrower for the track & field team his senior year ... part of two league championship track & field teams ... claimed the shot and discus crowns at the league championship his senior year ... also took a recruiting visit to Air Force ... father played football at Azusa Pacific ... son of Scott and Carol Greene ... majoring in economics.

#82 Justin Haan

Punter • Sr. • 6-2 • 211 • Byron Center, Mich.

• At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at punter behind Pablo Beltran and Gavin Jernigan ... missed all of 2011 while doing missionary work in Africa ... has earned one varsity letter. • 2012: Did not seen any varsity action. • 2010: Saw action in every game, serving as the holder for kickers Joe Buckley and Jon Teague ... made his first-collegiate appearance in the Mids’ opener against Maryland. • 2009: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2008 graduate of South Christian High School, Haan attended Calvin College in Michigan during the 2008-09 academic year ... three-sport standout, he lettered in football (3), soccer (3) and basketball (2) ... named South Christian’s Athlete of the Year in 2008 .. earned Second-Team All-State (Mich.) football honors as a senior ... led his high school to the district football title in 2005 with a 9-3 record ... lettered as a member of the soccer team at Calvin College ... picked up Second-Team All-State recognition in soccer during his senior year ... led the soccer program to a 21-3-1 record in 2007, claiming conference, region and district crowns along the way ... his family lived in France for two different stints - 10 wks. to 3 yrs old and during his eighth-grade year ... spent the months of February and March of 2009 in Kenya working at an orphanage ... son of Michael and Lauri Haan ... majoring in international relations ... has a 3.75 grade-point average.


PLAYER PROFILES #62 Bradyn Heap

Offensive Tackle • Jr. • 6-3 • 288 • South Jordan, Utah

• At Navy: Enters the fall listed as the starter at right tackle ... expected to be fully recovered from his broken leg he suffered in the Troy game last fall ... versatile lineman who can also play center ... hard worker who will continue to get better ... has a great attitude ... possesses quick feet that will allow him to get out on the linebackers ... has put on 10 pounds since last fall ... has earned one varsity letter. • 2012: Played in 10 games, starting twice (Notre Dame and East Carolina) ... part of an offensive line that led Navy to a No. 6 national ranking in rushing offense, averaging 278.46 yards per game ... suffered a season-ending leg (right) injury late in the game in the Mids’ loss at Troy ... helped pave the way for Navy to put up 487 yards of total offense, 328 on the ground and 159 through the air against Troy ... helped pave the way for QB Keenan Reynolds to put up career-high marks in rushing (159) and passing (147) and become the first Navy player to reach 300-plus yards of total offense (306) since Ricky Dobbs charted 318 yards against Arkansas state on No. 20, 2010 ... returned to the starting lineup against East Carolina for an injured Graham Vickers ... a member of the Mids’ highpowered offense that scored 56 points at East Carolina, marking their first 50-point game since putting up 76 against the Pirates in 2010 ... Navy also rushed for 512 yards, the ninth most in program history and the most since running up 521 yards on the ground against East Carolina in 2010 ... member of the offensive line that allowed freshman QB Keenan Reynolds to become the first Navy player to throw three touchdown passes in a game (at Central Michigan) since Chris McCoy threw three against Colgate on Nov. 15, 1997. • 2011: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of Bingham High School, Heap attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2010-11 academic year ... a two-sport athlete who lettered four times in both football and baseball ... a two-year football team captain who was named First-Team All-State (Utah) his senior year ... named the Region 3 offensive line MVP as a senior ... picked up first-team all-region kudos as a junior ... recipient of the Miner Pride Award which is presented to a student-athlete who displays outstanding leadership qualities ... son of Jeff Heap and Jill Stoddard ... majoring in economics.

Rushing Att Yds Avg TD Long 100-Yd 2011 -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -2012 2 0 0.0 0 5 0 TOTALS 2 0 0.0 0 5 0 Career highs – Carries: 2 at Penn State (9-15-12) Rushing Yards: 0 Rushing TDs: 0 Pass Completions: 2 at Penn State (9-15-12) Pass Attempts: 3 at Penn State (9-15-12) Passing Yards: 32 at Penn State (9-15-12) Passing TDs: 0 Hendrick Game-By-Game

Game (Date) at Penn State (9-15-12)

Passing Cmp Att Int Yds TD 2 3 0 32 0

Rushing Att Yds TD Avg 2 0 0 0.0

#84 Brantley Horton

Wide Receiver • Sr. • 6-2 • 179 • Cleveland, N.C.

• At Navy: Enters the fall looking to provide depth at wide receiver ... has been an important scout team player the last three years ... has a great attitude and is a hard worker. • 2012: Saw his first career action against East Carolina, playing one play. • 2011: Did not see any varsity action. • 2010: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of West Rowan High School, Horton attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... a four-year letterwinner in baseball and earned three letters in football ... an Honorable Mention All-State (N.C.) selection in football his senior year ... also earned all-county and all-conference honors ... was an all-conference selection in baseball his senior year ... named the 2009 Senior Athlete of the Year at West Rowan HS ... led the football team to the 2008 North Carolina Class 3A State Championship with a 15-1 record ... the football team also claimed the NPC Conference title three straight years (2006-08) with a combined 37-5 record ... member of the National Honor Society ... spoke at his high school graduation ... high school teammate of Jon Crucitti, who plays at Army ... son of Jon and Jenny Horton ... majoring in economics.

#10 John Hendrick

#43 Michael Huf

• At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at quarterback ... had a solid spring camp ... has a big arm ... has good speed and runs hard. • 2012: Made his collegiate debut at Penn State where he completed two of his three passes for 32 yards, including a 28-yard completion to senior receiver Brandon Turner ... carried the ball twice for no gain. • 2011: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Sickles High School, Hendrick was a four-year letterwinner in football and lettered twice in soccer ... named an Honorable Mention All-State (Fla.) selection in football his senior year ... selected to play in the 2011 Global Bowl, a scholar-athlete all-star football game played in Germany against a German all-star team ... member of the National Honor Society and the Math Honor Society ... son of John and Katherine Steele-Hendrick ... father played football at Pitt and has been a college or professional coach for 30 years ... he has had coaching stints with the Philadelphia Eagles and Green Bay Packers on the professional level and at Temple, South Florida, South Carolina State, Benedict College (head coach), Mississippi State, Temple, Louisiana State, Texas A&M, Pittsburgh, Southern, Delaware State and Alabama State collegiately ... majoring in mechanical engineering.

• At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at right end ... coming off a solid spring ... has good size ... brings a toughness to the field ... hard worker that always plays hard. • 2012: Did not see any varsity action. • 2011: Did not see any varsity action. • 2010: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of Cardinal O’Hara High School, Huf was a three-year letterwinner who played linebacker and tight end ... a two-time All-State (Pa.) selection, including his senior year in which he was named to the first team ... additionally, named First-Team All-Catholic, first-team all-county and first-team all-city his senior year ... as a junior he was a second-team all-state pick, while being named Honorable Mention All-Catholic ... uncle, Jim Huf, played hockey at Scranton ... son of Peter and Christine Huf ... majoring in general science.

Quarterback • Jr. • 6-1 • 198 • Tampa, Fla.

Defensive End • Sr. • 6-3 • 260 • Drexel Hill, Pa.

Hendrick’s Career Stats

Passing Cmp Att Pct Yds Int TD 2011 -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -2012 2 3 66.7 32 0 0 TOTALS 2 3 66.7 32 0 0

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PLAYER PROFILES #42 George Jamison

#46 Chris Johnson

• At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at rover behind Wave Ryder ... won the Admiral Mack Award, which is given to the player that improved the most during spring practice, in the spring of 2012 and had another solid spring again this year ... has good size and speed ... loves to come up and make the big hit. • 2012: Played in five games, including making his collegiate debut in the Mids win over VMI in the home opener ... recorded his only three tackles of the year against the Keydets. • 2011: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Evangelical Christian School, Jamison was a three-sport athlete who earned letters in basketball (4), football (4) and baseball (2) ... a two-time all-district selection in football, who also garnered All-State (Tenn.) recognition his senior year ... selected as the MVP of the West Region and was named the Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... played in the Liberty Bowl All-Star Game ... served as team captain of the football team his senior year ... member of the Evangelical Christian basketball team that turned in a 22-6 record his senior year and won the state championship ... graduated with honors ... member of the National Honor Society ... son of Rob and Karen Jamison ... majoring in quantitative economics ... has a 3.01 grade-point average.

• At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at outside linebacker behind the incumbent starter Jordan Drake ... was slated to start last fall before tearing the ACL in his left knee in a preseason scrimmage ... has worked extremely hard to get back and looked good during the spring ... has good speed and could be used as a pass rusher. • 2012: Did not see any varsity action. • 2011: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Cape Coral High School, Johnson was a two-sport athlete who earned three letters in both football and track & field ... earned all-county and all-region honors as a linebacker his senior year ... picked up second-team all-county kudos his junior season ... voted by his peers to serve as captain of both the football and track & field teams his senior year ... member of the National Honor Society and the National Spanish Honor Society ... took part in the International Baccalaureate Program ... volunteered at a local hospital and was also a volunteer with the Challenger special needs baseball program ... raised by his grandparents Arthur Speights and the late Suzan Ziccardi ... majoring in oceanography.

Jamison’s Career Stats

#4 Eric Johnson

Safety • So. • 6-0 • 197 • Cordova, Tenn.

Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF 2012 3 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 3 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Career highs – Tackles: 3 vs. VMI (9-22-12) TFL: 0 Sacks: 0 Int.: 0 PBU: 0 FR: 0 FF: 0 Jamison Game-By-Game

Game (Date) U-A-TT TFL-Yds Sacks Int PBU FF FR Blk vs. Notre Dame (9-1-12) -- Did Not Play -at Penn State (9-15-12) -- Did Not Play -VMI (9-22-12) 1-2-3 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 San Jose State (9-29-12) 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 at Air Force (10-6-12) 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 at C. Michigan (10-12-12) -- Did Not Play -Indiana (10-20-12) 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 at E. Carolina (10-27-12) 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 Florida Atlantic (11-3-12) -- Did Not Play -at Troy (11-10-12) -- Did Not Play -Texas State (11-17-12) -- Did Not Play -vs. Army (12-8-12) -- Did Not Play -vs. Arizona State (12-29-12) -- Did Not Play --

#38 Gavin Jernigan

Punter/Kicker • So. • 6-3 • 217 • Lawndale, Calif.

• At Navy: Enters the fall listed as the back-up at both punter and kickoff specialist ... has a strong leg ... will push Colin Amerau for the starting kickoff job. • 2012: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2012 graduate of Mira Costa High School, Jernigan lettered twice in football and soccer ... member of the football team that claimed the 2010 Bay League Championship ... received scholar-athlete awards in football and soccer all four years of high school ... son of David Jernigan and Margaret La Bouff ... majoring in political science ... posted a 3.06 grade-point average in the spring.

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Outside Linebacker • Jr. • 6-1 • 207 • Cape Coral, Fla.

Cornerback • Jr. • 5-10 • 191 • Fayetteville, N.C.

• At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at right corner behind Parrish Gaines and Myer Krah ... had a solid spring camp ... has good size. • 2012: Did not see any varsity action. • 2011: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of Jack Britt High School, Johnson attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2010-11 academic year ... a three-year letterwinner in football, he was a two-time all-conference selection who was invited to play in the Shrine Bowl his senior year ... also garnered all-region recognition his senior year ... led Jack Britt to back-to-back (2008, `09) region titles with a combined 29-3 record ... lost in the state championship in both years ... high school teammate of fellow Navy junior Greg Bryant ... graduated with honors ... member of the National Honor Society ... son of Eric Sr. and Shirley Johnson ... majoring in systems engineering.

#9 Myer Krah

Cornerback • So. • 5-11 • 203 • Durham, N.C.

• At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at right corner behind Parrish Gaines ... terrific athlete ... has gotten much stronger since last year, putting on 28 pounds ... has the attitude to be a good corner ... not afraid to go make a play ... could also be a key special teams player. • 2012: Played in five of the Mids’ last six games as a member of special teams ... chipped in a tackle in Navy’s Senior Day win over Texas State ... recorded his first career tackle as a member of special teams in the Florida Atlantic contest ... made his collegiate debut as a member of special teams in the Mids’ win over East Carolina. • High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Hillside High

School, Krah attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... a two-sport athlete who earned letters in football and track & field ... received All-State (N.C.) and all-county honors in football his senior year ... served as captain of the football team his senior year ... led the football team to the state title his senior year ... high school teammate of sophomore Navy slot back Jamaal Williams and Vad Lee, who plays quarterback at Georgia Tech ... brother, Aaron, is a sophomore defensive back at Appalachian State ... brother, Marcus, a sophomore in high school, holds multiple national records in track & field in his age division ... son of Myer Krah and Joanna Smith ... majoring in English.


PLAYER PROFILES Krah’s Career Stats

Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF 2012 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Career highs – Tackles: 1 (Twice; last vs. Texas State, 11-17-12) TFL: 0 Sacks: 0 Int.: 0 PBU: 0 FR: 0 FF: 0 Krah Game-By-Game

Game (Date) U-A-TT TFL-Yds Sacks at E. Carolina (10-27-12) 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 Florida Atlantic (11-3-12) 1-0-1 0-0 0-0 at Troy (11-10-12) 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 Texas State (11-17-12) 1-0-1 0-0 0-0 vs. Army (12-8-12) 0-0-0 0-0 0-0

Int PBU FF 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

#49 Anthony Lewis

Linebacker • Jr. • 6-0 • 229 • Ogden, Utah

• At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at inside linebacker behind James Britton ... has good size and speed ... performed well in the spring ... could also be a special teams performer. • 2012: Appeared in six games on special teams. • 2011: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Cottonwood High School, Lewis was a two-year letterwinner at outside linebacker ... served as team captain twice and was an allregion selection his junior and senior years ... named the region’s MVP his senior season ... member of the National Honor Society ... brother, Bryant Eteuati, was wide receiver at Weber State where he was an All-Big Sky Conference selection multiple times ... additionally, he was the 2007 NCAA FCS all-purpose yards leader, averaging 207.5 yards per game ... son of Khalia Eteuati ... majoring in systems engineering.

#87 Shawn Lynch

Wide Receiver • Sr. • 6-0 • 190 • Pelham, Ala.

• At Navy: Enters the fall listed as a starter at one wide receiver spot ... started 12 games at wide receiver last year ... also Navy’s top punt returner ... played safety as a sophomore, but switched back to wide receiver the following spring ... exceptional athlete with good speed ... has earned two varsity letters. • 2012: Appeared in 13 games, starting the final 12 games of the year ... Navy’s third-leading receiver, catching 14 passes for 281 yards and a team-best 20.1 yards-percatch average ... caught a 19-yard pass in the Mids’ 17-13 Star Game win over Army ... returned one punt for seven yards in the Mids’ Senior Day win over Texas State ... made a spectacular 68-yard catch for the Mids on their second scoring drive against Troy that set up a five-yard TD run by QB Keenan Reynolds the next play ... the 68-yard reception was the longest by a Navy player since Brandon Turner caught a 77-yard TD strike from Ricky Dobbs against Army on Dec. 11, 2010 ... caught two passes for 32 yards against Florida Atlantic, including a spectacular 28-yard grab on Navy’s scoring drive at the end of the first half ... a member of the Mids’ high-powered offense that scored 56 points at East Carolina, marking their first 50-point game since putting up 76 against the Pirates in 2010 ... returned three punts for 21 yards against the Pirates, including a long return of 12 yards ... also a member of special teams, he recorded a tackle and forced a fumble on ECU’s first possession of the second half ... caught one pass for 12 yards in the Mids’ Homecoming win over Indiana ... made one catch for six yards in the 31-13 win over Central Michigan ... caught one pass for three yards against San Jose State ... returned two VMI punts for 42 yards, including a career-long 40-yard return ... also caught one pass for 15 yards ... caught a pair of passes for 39 yards, including a 33-yarder from fellow wide receiver Casey Bolena in the third quarter of the Penn State game ... led Navy with 87 yards on four receptions against Notre Dame in the opener which included his first-collegiate touchdown, a 25yard pass from Trey Miller 57 seconds into the second half ... also carried the ball for one yard against the Irish. • 2011: Saw action in 11 of the 12 contests, earning starts in each of the first five games

... recorded 18 tackles (10-8) on the year ... was in on a pair of tackles in Navy’s 42-14 victory over Troy ... recorded a tackle in Navy’s loss at Notre Dame ... posted one tackle in the Mids’ loss to Southern Miss ... recorded four tackles against Air Force, including three solo stops ... pitched in a pair of solo tackles against 10th-ranked South Carolina ... stood out on defense at Western Kentucky where he recorded a career-high six tackles ... one of seven players on defense to make his first-career start in the Mids’ opener against Delaware ... contributed a pair of tackles against the Blue Hens. • 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 ... a three-year letterwinner in football who also earned a pair of letters in track & field ... selected as an All-State (Ala.) performer in football his senior year ... father, Shawn, played quarterback for Jackson State from 1987-90 and is a member of its Sports Hall of Fame ... the elder Lynch led JSU to three SWAC title (1987, ‘88, ‘90) and in 1990 he helped JSU set an NCAA record for the most yards gained per completion in a single game ... son of Shawn Gregory and Raquel Lynch ... majoring in oceanography. Lynch’s Career Stats Rushing Att Yds Avg TD Long 100-Yd 2010 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 2011 -- PLAYED ON DEFENSE -3 -9 -3.0 0 1 0 2012 TOTALS 3 -9 -3.0 0 1 0 Receiving Rec Yds Avg TD Long 100-Yd 2010 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 2011 -- PLAYED ON DEFENSE -2012 14 281 20.1 1 68 0 TOTALS 14 281 20.1 1 68 0 Punt Return 2010 2011 2012 TOTALS

Ret Yds Avg TD Long 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 11 103 9.4 0 40 11 103 9.4 0 40

Career highs – Carries: 1 (Three Times; last at Troy, 11-10-12) Rushing Yards: 1 vs. Notre Dame (9-1-12) Rushing TDs: 0 Receptions: 4 vs. Notre Dame (9-1-12) Receiving Yards: 87 vs. Notre Dame (9-1-12) Receiving TDs: 1 vs. Notre Dame (91-12)

Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF 2010 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 18 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2011 2012 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 TOTALS 19 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1

Career highs – Tackles: 6 at Western Kentucky (9-10-11) TFL: 0 Sacks: 0 INT: 0 PBU: 0 FR: 0 FF: 1 at East Carolina (10-27-12) Lynch Game-By-Game

Rushing Game (Date) Att Yds TD Avg vs. Notre Dame (9-1-12) 1 1 0 1.0 0 0 0 0.0 at Penn State (9-15-12) VMI (9-22-12) 0 0 0 0.0 San Jose State (9-29-12) 1 -4 0 -4.0 at Air Force (10-6-12) 0 0 0 0.0 at C. Michigan (10-12-12) 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 Indiana (10-20-12) at E. Carolina (10-27-12) 0 0 0 0.0 Florida Atlantic (11-3-12) 0 0 0 0.0 at Troy (11-10-12) 1 -6 0 -6.0 Texas State (11-17-12) 0 0 0 0.0 vs. Army (12-8-12) 0 0 0 0.0 vs. Arizona State (12-29-12) 0 0 0 0.0

Receiving Rec Yds TD 4 87 1 2 39 0 1 15 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 6 0 1 12 0 0 0 0 2 32 0 1 68 0 0 0 0 1 19 0 0 0 0

Avg 21.8 19.5 15.0 3.0 0.0 6.0 12.0 0.0 16.0 68.0 0.0 19.0 0.0

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PLAYER PROFILES #74 Eric Mahler

#35 Nick Martinez

• At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at right guard behind Jake Zuzek and Ben Tamburello ... got a lot of reps this spring due to Zuzek being injured ... has good size. • 2012: Did not see any varsity action. • 2011: Did not see any varsity action. • 2010: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Old Bridge High School, Mahler attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... a three-sport who earned letters in football (2), swimming (4) and track & field (3) ... an all-area and all-county selection in football his junior and senior years ... served as team captain of the swimming team as a senior ... garnered all-area and all-county kudos in track his senior campaign ... son of Richard and Norma Mahler ... majoring in history.

• At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at outside linebacker behind Obi Uzoma and A.K. Akpunku ... has good size and speed ... coming off a solid spring campaign ... very good athlete who could also help on special teams. • 2012: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Reicher Catholic High School, Martinez attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... a two-sport athlete who earned letters in football (3) and baseball (2) ... earned All-State (Texas) football honors as a junior and senior ... led his high school football team to the 2008 and 2009 Texas State Championship ... named to the All State Tournament Team as a pitcher his junior year ... led the baseball team to the 2010 state crown ... son of Raymond III and Carrie Martinez ... majoring in political science.

Offensive Guard • Sr. • 6-4 • 278 • Matawan, N.J.

#80 Hayden Maples

Wide Receiver • Sr. • 6-1 • 195 • Raleigh, N.C.

• At Navy: Enters the fall looking to add depth at wide receiver ... has been a solid scout team player the last three years ... extremely hard worker ... has a great attitude. • 2012: Did not see any varsity action. • 2011: Did not see any varsity action. • 2010: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Ravenscroft High School, Maples attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... a wellrounded athlete, he competed in five different sports as a prep ... earned letters at Ravenscroft HS in football (2), baseball (1) and track & field (1), while also lettering in wrestling (2) and golf (1) at Millbrook High School ... an all-conference and all-region selection in football his senior year ... father, Mark, played wide receiver at Kansas State in the early `80s ... son of Mark and Kim Maples ... majoring in American politics and law.

#16 Mike Markovsky

Safety/Cornerback • So. • 6-1 • 190 • Costa Mesa, Calif.

• At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at free safety behind Chris Ferguson ... was a solid special teams player as a plebe ... has good size and speed ... has earned one varsity letter. • 2012: Made appearances in seven games as a member of special teams, including making his collegiate debut in the Mids’ win over service academy rival Air Force where he was in on a tackle on kickoff coverage ... suffered a leg injury (left) against Troy which kept him out against Texas State and Army ... turned in a tackle against Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl ... chipped in a tackle in the Mids’ win at East Carolina ... added a tackle against Florida Atlantic. • High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Orange Lutheran High School, Markovsky attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... a twosport athlete who earned letters in football (3) and baseball (3) ... led the football team to conference crowns as a junior and senior ... named the offensive MVP of the Orange County All-Star Game his senior year ... received all-county honors as a junior and was named first-team all-league at quarterback and defensive back ... served as captain of the football team his junior and senior years ... also took recruiting visits to Army and Cal ... son of Mike and Jill Markovsky ... majoring in cyber operations. Markovsky’s Career Stats Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF 2012 4 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 4 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0

Career highs – Tackles: 1 (Three times; last vs. Arizona State, 12-29-12) TFL: 0 Sacks: 0 INT: 0 PBU: 0 FR: 0 FF: 0

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Outside Linebacker • So. • 6-2 • 222 • Elm Mott, Texas

#68 Chris Nurthen

Offensive Tackle • Jr. • 6-3 • 260 • Phoenixville, Pa.

• At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at right tackle behind Bradyn Heap ... moved from defense to offense in the spring and flourished in his new position ... received a ton of reps with the starters in the spring with Heap out with an injury ... has good size and feet ... has a motor that never stops and plays with low pad level. • 2012: Did not see any varsity action. • 2011: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of Great Valley High School, Nurthen attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2010-11 academic year ... a two-sport athlete who lettered in football (3) and baseball (1) ... garnered all-county honors as a junior and all-city recognition as a senior ... served as team captain of the football team his senior year ... recipient of the outstanding leadership in football award his senior year ... is a talented musician that sings and plays the guitar ... brother, John Michael, graduated from the Naval Academy this past spring and was a four-year member of the football team as a linebacker ... uncles Bob Amundson (`69) and Bill Nurthen (`70) are graduates of the Naval Academy ... son of John and Elissa Nurthen ... majoring in economics.

#21 Colin Osborne

Slot Back • So. • 5-9 • 206 • Sykesville, Md.

• At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at slot back behind Darius Staten ... talented youngster that could also see playing time on special teams ... has good speed and size for a slot back. • 2012: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Glenelg High School, Osborne attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... a three-year football letterwinner, he was named the Howard County Player of the Year as a senior and was a First-Team AllState (Md.) selection ... played in the Crab Bowl his senior year ... placed eighth in the 100-meter dash at the state meet his senior year ... also took recruiting visits to Duke, James Madison, Maryland, NC State and Towson ... son of Julian and Juliet Osborne ... majoring in economics.


PLAYER PROFILES #67 Nathaniel Otto

Offensive Guard • Jr. • 6-2 • 260 • Houston, Texas

• At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at left guard behind E.K. Binns and Thomas Stone ... has good size ... athletic player that has quick feet. • 2012: Did not see any varsity action. • 2011: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of Clear Lake High School, Otto attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2010-11 academic year ... a three-sport athlete who earned letters in football (3), wrestling (2) and track & field (2) ... earned all-district football honors as a senior, while also being named an Academic All-State (Texas) selection ... served as team captain of the football team his senior year ... son of Eric and Susan Otto ... majoring in economics.

#58 Evan Palelei

Defensive End • Sr. • 6-3 • 247 • Las Vegas, Nev.

• At Navy: Enters the fall as Navy’s starter at right defensive end after starting all 13 games there last year ... moved to defensive end from outside linebacker last spring ... coming off a solid junior campaign ... has earned one varsity letter. • 2012: A starter in all 13 contests, at right end, he produced 29 tackles (18-11) on the year ... pitched in a pair of tackles against Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl ... turned in a career-high six tackles and forced a fumble in Navy’s series-record 11th-straight victory over Army ... member of the Mids’ defensive unit that held Texas State scoreless for the first 42 minutes of the game ... produced a career-high four tackles and broke up a pass, the first of his career, in Navy’s Senior Day victory over the Bobcats ... also registered a tackle for a loss of five yards ... after surrendering the game’s first 10 points, part of a Navy defense that held Florida Atlantic scoreless for the better part of 30 minutes between the second and fourth quarters (8:57 2nd - 9:07 4th) ... registered three tackles in the win over the Owls ... turned in a tackle in Navy’s road win over East Carolina ... pitched in a pair of tackles in Navy’s Homecoming victory over Indiana ... turned in a pair of tackles in Navy’s win over Central Michigan ... part of a defense that held the Chippewas to a season-low 221 yards (70 rush, 151 pass) and 12 first downs ... was in on three tackles in Navy’s win over Air Force ... part of a defense that did not allow a touchdown in nine consecutive quarters (Penn State fourth quarter - San Jose State) ... the streak was the best by a Navy defense since 2008 when the Mids did not allow a touchdown for 10 straight quarters (fourth quarter against Notre Dame, shut out Northern Illinois, shut out Army and did not allow a first quarter point to Wake Forest) ... registered just one tackle against San Jose State ... part of a defensive unit that held VMI scoreless for the final 53-plus minutes of action ... held the Keydets to just a field goal in the opening quarter, marking the first time Navy’s defense did not surrender a touchdown to its opponent since 2009 when defeating Army, 17-3 ... chipped in a pair of tackles, including a half a sack for a loss of four yards ... registered three solo tackles at Penn State and forced a fumble ... made his first-collegiate start in the Mids’ opener against Notre Dame ... also a member of special teams where he returned a kickoff 17 yards against the Irish. • 2011: Made his lone appearance of the year in the Mids’ win over Troy. • 2010: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of Bishop Gorman High School, Palelei was a four-year football letterwinner who won a pair of state titles ... in 2007, Bishop Gorman HS turned in a 14-0 record to win the state crown and in 2009 it won another state title behind a 15-0 mark ... earned All-State (Nev.) honors as a senior, while also serving as team captain ... earned all-league honors as a sophomore and allregion mention as a junior ... high school teammate of Sam Womack, who is a junior offensive tackle at Navy ... father, Lonnie, played football at UNLV and was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers ... he played for the Steelers, Eagles, Giants and Jets over the course of six seasons and started 26 games ... son of Lonnie and Catherine Palelei ... majoring in history.

Palelei’s Career Stats Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF 2010 -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -2011 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 29 1.5-9 0.5-4 0 1 0 2 2012 TOTALS 29 1.5-9 0.5-4 0 1 0 2

Career highs – Tackles: 6 vs. Army (12-8-12) TFL: 0.5 vs. VMI (9-22-12) Sacks: 0.5 vs. VMI (9-22-12) INT: 0 PBU: 1 vs. Texas State (11-17-12) FR: 0 FF: 1 (Twice; last vs. Army, 12-8-12) Palelei Game-By-Game

Game (Date) U-A-TT TFL-Yds Sacks vs. Notre Dame (9-1-12) 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 at Penn State (9-15-12) 3-0-3 0-0 0-0 VMI (9-22-12) 0-2-2 0.5-4 0.5-4 San Jose State (9-29-12) 0-1-1 0-0 0-0 at Air Force (10-6-12) 2-1-3 0-0 0-0 at C. Michigan (10-12-12) 1-1-2 0-0 0-0 Indiana (10-20-12) 1-1-2 0-0 0-0 East Carolina (10-27-12) 0-1-1 0-0 0-0 Florida Atlantic (11-3-12) 2-1-3 0-0 0-0 at Troy (11-10-12) 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 Texas State (11-17-12) 3-0-3 0-0 0-0 vs. Army (12-8-12) 4-2-6 0-0 0-0 vs. Arizona State (12-29-12) 1-1-2 0-0 0-0

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#50 Don Pearson

Linebacker • So. • 6-3 • 224 • Las Vegas, Nev.

• At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at inside linebacker behind Cody Peterson and Maika Polamalu ... has good size and speed ... showed some impressive signs in the spring .... young player that will continue to learn and improve ... one of the more highly-recruited players on the team. • 2012: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Faith Lutheran High School, Pearson attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... a two-sport athlete who earned letters in football (4) and basketball (3) ... a three-time All-State (Nev.) and all-league selection ... named captain of the football team his senior year ... also took recruiting visits to San Diego State, Stanford and UNLV ... son of Mike and Cheryl Pearson ... majoring in history.

#53 Cody Peterson

Linebacker • Sr. • 6-3 • 228 • Olympia, Wash. • Co-Captain

• At Navy: Selected co-captain of the 2013 team by his teammates, which is the highest honor a Navy football player can receive ... enters the fall as one of the starters at inside linebacker after starting eight games there last year ... coming off an outstanding junior campaign ... came to Navy as a fullback, switched to outside linebacker and then to inside linebacker in the spring of 2012 ... has good size and speed ... plays fast and with a nasty disposition ... has earned one varsity letter. • 2012: Appeared in all 13 games, starting the final eight ... turned in 67 tackles (28-39), including two tackles for a loss on the year ... recorded five tackles for the Mids against Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl ... paced Navy with a careerhigh 14 tackles in Navy’s 17-13 Star Game victory over Army ... the 14 tackles were the most by a Navy player in 2012 ... member of the Mids’ defensive unit that held Texas State scoreless for the first 42 minutes of the game ... turned in seven tackles in Navy’s Senior Day victory over the Bobcats ... contributed four tackles in Navy’s loss at Troy ... after surrendering the game’s first 10 points, part of a Navy defense that held Florida Atlantic scoreless for the better part of 30 minutes between the second and fourth quarters (8:57 2nd - 9:07 4th) ... posted six tackles in the win over the Owls ... registered a pair of tackles in Navy’s road win over East Carolina ... contributed

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PLAYER PROFILES six tackles in Navy’s Homecoming victory over Indiana ... earned his first collegiate start in the Mids’ 31-13 win over Central Michigan ... turned in four tackles against the Chippewas ... part of a defense that held the Chippewas to a season-low 221 yards (70 rush, 151 pass) and 12 first downs ... played one of the best games of his career in the Mids’ win over Air Force where he contributed a then career-high 10 tackles and forced a fumble ... part of a defense that did not allow a touchdown in nine consecutive quarters (Penn State fourth quarter - San Jose State) ... the streak was the best by a Navy defense since 2008 when the Mids did not allow a touchdown for 10 straight quarters (fourth quarter against Notre Dame, shut out Northern Illinois, shut out Army and did not allow a first quarter point to Wake Forest) ... produced a then career-high five tackles against San Jose State which including a tackle for a loss ... part of a defensive unit that held VMI scoreless for the final 53-plus minutes of action ... held the Keydets to just a field goal in the opening quarter, marking the first time Navy’s defense did not surrender a touchdown to its opponent since 2009 when defeating Army, 17-3 ... recorded a tackle in the win over the Keydets ... turned in three tackles against Notre Dame in the opener, including a tackle for a loss of three yards. • 2011: A special teams performer who saw action in four games, including making his collegiate debut in the Mids’ season-opening victory over Delaware ... suffered a season-ending shoulder injury prior to the Rutgers game ... posted an assisted tackle in the Mids’ overtime loss to Air Force ... turned in a career-best three tackles at Western Kentucky. • 2010: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of AG West Black Hills High School, Peterson was a three-sport athlete earning letters in basketball, football and track & field ... a 2009 First-Team All-State (Wash.) selection at running back ... member of the 2009 state championship winning 4x100 relay team ... also placed second in the hurdles at the state meet ... led the track & field team to the 2010 state title ... son of Jeff and Jennifer Peterson ... majoring in English ... earned a 3.31 grade-point average during the spring semester. Peterson’s Career Stats Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -2010 2011 4 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 67 2.0-4 0-0 0 0 0 1 2012 TOTALS 71 2.0-4 0-0 0 0 0 1

Career highs – Tackles: 14 vs. Army (12-8-12) TFL: 1.0 (Twice; last vs. San Jose State, 9-29-12) Sacks: 0 INT: 0 PBU: 0 FR: 0 FF: 1 at Air Force (10-6-12) Peterson Game-By-Game

Game (Date) at W. Kentucky (9-10-11) at S. Carolina (9-17-11) Air Force (10-1-11) Southern Miss (10-8-11)

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vs. Notre Dame (9-1-12) 2-1-3 at Penn State (9-15-12) 0-0-0 VMI (9-22-12) 0-1-1 San Jose State (9-29-12) 3-2-5 2-8-10 at Air Force (10-6-12) at C. Michigan (10-12-12) 2-2-4 Indiana (10-20-12) 1-5-6 at E. Carolina (10-27-12) 2-0-2 Florida Atlantic (11-3-12) 4-2-6 at Troy (11-10-12) 2-2-4 Texas State (11-17-12) 3-4-7 vs. Army (12-8-12) 5-9-14 vs. Arizona State (12-29-12) 2-3-5

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#33 Maika Polamalu

Linebacker • Jr. • 6-0 • 218 • Pottstown, Pa.

• At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at inside linebacker behind Cody Peterson ... moved from fullback to linebacker in the spring ... also a key special teams player ... has good speed and will run to the football ... has earned one varsity letter. • 2012: Played in nine games for the Mids, playing both fullback and on special teams ... contributed to an offensive unit that finished the year ranked sixth nationally in rushing offense, averaging 278.46 yards per game ... rushed for 13 yards on three carries at East Carolina ... carried the ball once for a gain of two yards at Central Michigan ... on just his second collegiate carry, scored his first career touchdown on a 21-yard run in the Mids’ home opener against VMI ... made his collegiate debut at Penn State where he carried the ball once for three yards. • 2011: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Pottstown High School, Polamalu was a three-sport athlete who earned letters in football (4), track & field (3) and basketball (1) ... a three-time all-league and all-area selection who was named the offensive allarea MVP ... earned all-league kudos in track as a junior and senior ... member of the Pottstown teams that claimed the Pac 10 football championship in 2009 and `10 and the 4x100 track teams that claimed the 2009 and `10 Pac 10 crown ... cousin is Troy Polamalu who was a standout at USC and plays safety for the Pittsburgh Steelers ... his father played football at Penn State and was the starting defensive tackle on the Nittany Lions’ 1986 national championship team ... his uncle, Kennedy Pola, played fullback at USC and led the Trojans to the 1985 Rose Bowl ... son of Aoatoa and Christine Polamalu ... majoring in economics. Polamalu’s Career Stats Rushing Att Yds Avg TD Long 100-Yd 2011 -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -2012 6 39 6.5 1 21 0 TOTALS 6 39 6.5 1 21 0

#45 Paul Quessenberry

Defensive End • Jr. • 6-2 • 251 • Carlsbad, Calif.

• At Navy: Enters the fall listed as the starter at left defensive end after seeing action in all 13 games in the fall ... has the speed to be a good pass rusher ... plays with intensity ... has put on 21 pounds since last year ... has earned one varsity letter. • 2012: Saw action in all 13 games ... finished the year with 17 tackles, 1.5 tackles for a loss and a sack ... member of the Mids’ defensive unit that held Texas State scoreless for the first 42 minutes of the game ... turned in a careerhigh three tackles in Navy’s Senior Day victory over the Bobcats ... chipped in a tackle in Navy’s loss at Troy ... after surrendering the game’s first 10 points, part of a Navy defense that held Florida Atlantic scoreless for the better part of 30 minutes between the second and fourth quarters (8:57 2nd - 9:07 4th) ... responsible for putting heat on FAU quarterback Graham Wilbert on the Owls’ final play of the game on 4th and 11 in which Wilbert threw an incomplete pass to Jonathan Wallace ... pitched in a tackle in Navy’s road victory over East Carolina ... recorded a career-high tying three tackles in Navy’s Homecoming victory over Indiana ... posted a career-high tying three tackles, including half a sack for four yards in Navy’s win over Central Michigan ... part of a defense that held the Chippewas to a season-low 221 yards (70 rush, 151 pass) and 12 first downs ... the 70 yards rushing by the Chippewas were the fewest yards rushing by a Navy opponent since Missouri rushed for 65 yards on 26 carries in the 2009 Texas Bowl ... part of a defense that did not allow a touchdown in nine consecutive quarters (Penn State fourth quarter - San Jose State) ... the streak was the best by a Navy defense since 2008 when the Mids did not allow a touchdown for 10 straight quarters (fourth quarter against Notre Dame, shut out Northern Illinois, shut out Army and did not allow a first quarter point to Wake Forest) ... turned in a tackle against San Jose State and was credited with a half a tackle for a loss ... part of a defensive unit that held VMI scoreless for the final 53-plus minutes of action ... held the Keydets to just a field goal in the opening quarter, marking the first time Navy’s defense did not surrender a touchdown to its opponent since 2009 when defeating Army, 17-3 ... turned in a tackle


PLAYER PROFILES against the Keydets ... contributed a solo tackle in Navy’s loss at Penn State ... made his collegiate debut in the Mids’ opener against Notre Dame where he pitched in three tackles and was credited with a half a sack. • 2011: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of La Costa Canyon High School, Quessenberry attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2010-11 academic year ... a three-year letterwinner as a defensive end, he led the football team to the C.I.F. Championship in his junior year ... earned first-team all-league and second-team all-county recognition his senior year ... brother, David, played offensive tackle at San Jose State and was a sixth-round selection by the Houston Texans in the 2013 NFL Draft ... father is a 1980 graduate of the Naval Academy ... son of David and Maureen Quessenberry ...majoring in general science. Quessenberry’s Career Stats Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF 2011 -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -2012 17 1.5-4 1.0-4 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 17 1.5-4 1.0-4 0 0 0 0

Career highs – Tackles: 3 (Four times; last vs. Texas State, 11-17-12) TFL: 0.5 (Three Times; last at Central Michigan, 10-11-12) Sacks: 0.5 (Twice; last at Central Michigan, 10-11-12) INT: 0 PBU: 0 FR: 0 FF: 0 Quessenberry Game-By-Game

Game (Date) U-A-TT vs. Notre Dame (9-1-12) 1-2-3 at Penn State (9-15-12) 1-0-1 VMI (9-22-12) 0-1-1 San Jose State (9-29-12) 0-1-1 at Air Force (10-6-12) 0-0-0 at C. Michigan (10-12-12) 0-3-3 Indiana (10-20-12) 2-1-3 at E. Carolina (10-27-12) 0-1-1 Florida Atlantic (11-3-12) 0-0-0 at Troy (11-10-12) 1-0-1 Texas State (11-17-12) 1-2-3 vs. Army (12-8-12) 0-0-0 vs. Arizona State (12-29-12) 0-0-0

TFL-Yds 0.5-0 0-0 0-0 0.5-0 0-0 0.5-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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#19 Keenan Reynolds

Quarterback • So. • 5-11 • 185 • Antioch, Tenn.

• At Navy: Enters the fall as the starting quarterback after starting the final eight games there last year ... just the third freshman in program history to start at quarterback, joining Jim Kubiak and Alton Grizzard ... became the first freshman to start at quarterback for Navy since 1991, when he guided the Midshipmen to a 31-13 victory over Central Michigan ... has the rare ability to make plays with both his feet and arm ... a born leader ... one of the better passing quarterbacks Navy has had ... has earned one varsity letter ... listed on the ‘Watch List’ for the Davey O’Brien Award. • 2012: Saw action in all 13 games, starting the final eight games of the year ... named the Independent Rookie of the Year by the nationwide media panel responsible for the FBS Indpendent Player of the Week awards ... anchored an offensive unit that finished the year ranked sixth nationally in rushing offense, averaging 278.46 yards per game ... was 6-2 (.750) as a starting quarterback and led Navy to three fourth-quarter comebacks (Air Force, Army and Indiana. He did not start the Air Force game) ... accounted for 19 TDs on the year (nine passing, 10 rushing) ... finished the year with 649 yards rushing and 10 touchdowns on 162 carries, while completing 61 of his 108 pass attempts for 898 yards with nine touchdowns and just two interceptions ... he had at least one rushing touchdown in five of his eight starts and threw at least one touchdown pass in five of his eight starts ... was the first Navy quarterback to win his first four career starts since senior Bob Powers, who won his first six career starts in 1979 ... threw TD passes in four consecutive games (Central Michigan, Indiana, East Carolina, Florida Atlantic), marking the first time a Navy QB has accomplished the feat since Ricky Dobbs threw TD passes in five straight games in 2010 (Wake Forest Oct. 10, SMU, Notre Dame, Duke, East Carolina Nov. 6) ... completed five of his 11 passes for 14 yards, a touchdown and an interception against

Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl ... also carried the ball 22 times for 21 yards ... named the Philadelphia Sports Writers Association’s 2012 Army-Navy Game Most Valuable Player ... gained 43 yards on 15 carries and scored the game-winning eight-yard touchdown run in the Mids’ 17-13 victory over Army ... also completed 10 of his 17 passes for 130 yards ... both his completions and attempts were career highs ... carried the ball 10 times for 50 yards and completed three of his eight passes for 35 yards in Navy’s Senior Day victory over Texas State ... rushed for 130 yards on 21 carries and scored three touchdowns in the Troy game, while completing eight of his 15 passes for 159 yards ... it was Reynolds’ second straight game with 100-plus yards rushing and passing ... posted a career-long run of 70 yards (ended in a fumble out the end of the zone for a touchback) against the Trojans, marking Navy’s first 70yard run since Kriss Proctor’s 75-yard carry against Delaware on Sept. 3, 2011 ... his 68-yard pass to Shawn Lynch on the Mids’ second scoring drive was Navy’s longest completion since Ricky Dobbs connected on a 77-yard TD strike to Brandon Turner against Army on Dec. 11, 2010 ... named the ECAC Div. I Offensive Player of the Week after leading the Mids to a come-from-behind win over Florida Atlantic ... with a career-high 159 yards rushing (26 carries) and a career-high 147 yards passing (8-15) against Florida Atlantic, he is the second Navy quarterback this season to rush and throw for 100 yards in the same game ... Trey Miller rushed for 116 yards and threw for 107 yards against VMI (9-22) ... with 306 yards of total offense, he is the first Navy player to reach 300-plus yards of total offense (306) since Ricky Dobbs charted 318 yards against Arkansas State on No. 20, 2010 ... the 159 yards on the ground are the most by a Navy player this season ... the last Navy player to rush for 150 yards in a game was Kriss Proctor who rushed for 179 against Delaware on Sept. 3, 2011 ... his 21-yard rush at 5:39 in the third quarter put him over 100 yards rushing for the first time in his career ... his 26 carries are the most by a Navy player since Kriss Proctor’s 32-carry day in last year’s win over Army ... got loose for a career-long run of 48 yards (8:10, 2Qtr) ... it was also the team’s longest run of the year, improving upon Trey Miller’s 40-yard scamper against VMI in the home opener ... a member of the Mids’ high-powered offense that scored 56 points at East Carolina, marking their first 50-point game since putting up 76 against the Pirates in 2010 ... Navy also rushed for 512 yards, the ninth most in program history and the most since running up 521 yards on the ground against East Carolina in 2010 ... meanwhile, Navy’s 563 yards of total offense (512 R, 51 P) were the most by the Mids since the 2011 contest against Southern Miss when they recorded 569 yards of total offense (421 R, 148 P) ... Navy also produced 32 first downs in the win at ECU, topping 30 first downs for the first time since the Air Force contest in 2011 ... carried the ball 10 times for a career-high 81 yards and three touchdowns, while completing three of his five passes for 51 yards and two TDs against East Carolina ... responsible for five of the Mids’ eight touchdowns on the day, becomming the first QB since Ricky Dobbs to be responsible for five TDs in a game ... Dobbs rushed for 5 TDs against Delaware on Nov. 14, 2009 ... with three rushing TDs (1, 2 and 1 yd), he is the second Navy player this season to score three rushing TDs in a single game, joining Trey Miller who scored three in the win over VMI on Sept. 22 ... picked off by ECU’s Chip Thompson in the second quarter, marking Reynolds’ first collegiate interception thrown ... once again, he orchestrated a furious rally in the fourth quarter for the Mids, fighting back from a 30-21 deficit to lead Navy to a 31-30 victory over Indiana on Homecoming ... earned ECAC Div. I Offensive Player of the Week honors for a second straight week after carrying the ball 17 times for 66 yards and a touchdown, while completing eight of his 13 passes for 96 yards and the game-winning touchdown pass to Matt Aiken ... named the FBS Independent Offensive Player of the Week on Oct. 15, as well as the ECAC Div. I Offensive Player of the Week after leading the Mids to a 31-13 road win over Central Michigan ... with his start against the Chippewas, he became the first Navy freshman to start at quarterback since 1991 when Jim Kubiak started five games for the Mids ... completed six of his 11 passes for a career-best 134 yards and three touchdowns, while also carrying the ball 24 times for 59 yards ... the 24 carries are the most by a Navy player this season ... with touchdown strikes of 23 (11:43, 1Qtr), 19 (3:49, 1Qtr) and 41 yards (2:53, 3Qtr), he became the first Navy QB to throw three touchdown passes in a game since Chris McCoy threw three against Colgate on Nov. 15, 1997 ... capped the Mids’ opening drive (11:43, 1Qtr) with a 23-yard touchdown pass to Brandon Turner, marking his first collegiate passing touchdown ... came into the game at the 9:03 mark in the fourth quarter (Miller injured ankle) to rally Navy to victory over Air Force ... carried the ball three times for 22 yards and completed all three of his passes for 55 yards, including a 35-yard completion to Gee Gee Greene ... scored his first collegiate touchdown on a 15-yard run with 6:35 to go in the fourth, setting up a game-tying two-point conversion by fullback Noah Copeland ... relieved Trey Miller in the fourth quarter of the San Jose State contest where he completed three of his four passes for 33 yards ... carried the ball eight times for a career-high 34 yards at Penn State, which featured a career-long run of 30 yards ... completed four of his five passes for 44 yards, including a 21-yard strike to senior

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PLAYER PROFILES slot back Bo Snelson ... made his collegiate debut in the Mids’ opener against Notre Dame, spelling starting quarterback Trey Miller in the fourth quarter ... carried the ball three times for negative yardage (-3) and threw one incomplete pass against the Irish. • High School / Personal: A 2012 graduate of Goodpasture Christian School, Reynolds was

a four-year letterwinner in football and track & field ... a two-time All-State (Tenn.) football selection who was also twice named the district’s MVP ... also earned All-Midstate honors as a junior and senior ... led his high school to back-to-back (2010-11) district football titles with a combined 21-6 record ... also took recruiting visits to Air Force and Wofford ... member of the National Honor Society ... father played football at UT-Martin ... son of Donald and Jacqueline Reynolds ... majoring in political science.

Reynolds’ Career Stats Passing Cmp Att Pct Yds Int TD 2012 61 108 56.5 898 2 9 61 108 56.5 898 2 9 TOTALS Rushing 2012 TOTALS

Att Yds Avg TD Long 100-Yd 162 649 4.0 10 70 2 162 649 4.0 10 70 2

Career highs – Carries: 26 vs. Florida Atlantic (11-3-12) Rushing Yards: 159 vs. Florida Atlantic (11-3-12) Rushing TDs: 3 (Twice; last at Troy, 11-10-12) Pass Completions: 10 vs. Army (12-8-12) Pass Attempts: 17 vs. Army (12-8-12) Passing Yards: 159 at Troy (11-10-12) Passing TDs: 3 at Central Michigan (10-11-12) Reynolds Game-By-Game

Game (Date) Cmp vs. Notre Dame (9-1-12) 0 at Penn State (9-15-12) 4 San Jose State (9-29-12) 3 at Air Force (10-6-12) 3 at C. Michigan (10-12-12) 6 Indiana (10-20-12) 8 at E. Carolina (10-27-12) 3 Florida Atlantic (11-3-12) 8 at Troy (11-10-12) 8 Texas State (11-17-12) 3 vs. Army (12-8-12) 10 vs. Arizona State (12-29-12) 5

Passing Att Int Yds TD 1 0 0 0 5 0 44 0 4 0 33 0 3 0 55 0 11 0 134 3 13 0 96 1 5 1 51 2 15 0 147 2 15 0 159 0 8 0 35 0 17 0 130 0 11 1 14 1

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#39 Shakir robinson

Safety • Jr. • 5-10 • 197 • Brunswick, Ga.

• At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at free safety ... had a solid spring camp ... has good speed and a nose for the ball ... has a great attitude and is a hard worker. • 2012: Did not see any varsity action.. • 2011: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Brunswick High School, Robinson was a three-sport athlete who lettered in football (4), soccer (2) and track & field (1) ... recorded 100-plus tackles in each of his final two seasons, leading the team both years ... recipient of the 2011 Region Scholar Award, presented to the top football student-athlete in the region ... also presented with the Wendy’s Academic Heisman Award his senior year ... a Preseason Academic All-State (Ga.) selection as a senior ... Brunswick won the Region 4-AAAA Championship his sophomore and junior years ... member of the National Honor Society ... President of this high school’s chapter of Fellowship of Christian Athletes ... served as Student Council Secretary ... son of John and Kim Robinson ... majoring in history ... has a 3.33 cumulative grade-point average and had a 3.56 GPA last spring.

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#63 Blaze Ryder

Center • So. • 5-11 • 265 • Kaneohe, Hawai’i

• At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at center behind Tanner Fleming and Brandon Greene ... had a solid spring camp ... has good size. • 2012: Did not see any varsity action.. • High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Kamehameha High School, Ryder attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... a threeyear football letterwinner who received All-State (Hawai’i) honors as a junior and senior ... also received All-ILH honors in 2009 and `10 ... led Kamehameha to the state title in 2009 ... high school classmate of fellow Navy football sophomore Kikau Pescaia, whose older brother, Kahikolu, graduated in the spring and was a four-year member of the football team ... brother, Wave, is a senior at the Naval Academy and is listed as the starting rover ... son of Michael and Wendy Ryder ... majoring in general science.

#8 Wave Ryder

Safety • Sr. • 6-2 • 207 • Kaneohe, Hawai’i

• At Navy: Enters the fall listed as the starter at rover ... started six games at free safety last year ... had his first real opportunity to play on defense after Chris Ferguson suffered an injury and performed well ... has also been a key special teams performer ... has great size and good speed ... has earned two varsity letters. • 2012: Earned starting nods in six of the 13 games in which he played, including each of the last three ... finished the year with 53 tackles (28-25) and one interception ... pitched in a pair of tackles against Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl ... contributed eight tackles in Navy’s 17-13 Star Game victory over Army ... member of the Mids’ defensive unit that held Texas State scoreless for the first 42 minutes of the game ... made the start against Texas State where he chipped in six tackles ... produced six tackles, including five stops at Troy and recorded his first collegiate interception and returned it for 19 yards ... turned in eight tackles in Navy’s road win over East Carolina ... played a solid game against Indiana where he was in on seven tackles, including five solo stops ... making his first collegiate start in place of an injured Chris Ferguson, he contributed a tackle in the win over Central Michigan ... part of a defense that held the Chippewas to a season-low 221 yards (70 rush, 151 pass) and 12 first downs ... chipped in a pair of tackles in the win over Air Force ... part of a defense that did not allow a touchdown in nine consecutive quarters (Penn State fourth quarter - San Jose State) ... the streak was the best by a Navy defense since 2008 when the Mids did not allow a touchdown for 10 straight quarters (fourth quarter against Notre Dame, shut out Northern Illinois, shut out Army and did not allow a first quarter point to Wake Forest) ... recorded a career-high nine tackles against San Jose State ... part of a defensive unit that held VMI scoreless for the final 53-plus minutes of action ... held the Keydets to just a field goal in the opening quarter, marking the first time Navy’s defense did not surrender a touchdown to its opponent since 2009 when defeating Army, 17-3 ... made two solo tackles in the win over the Keydets ... part of the nickel package for the Mids at Penn State where he produced a pair of tackles ... saw action in the Mids’ opener against Notre Dame on special teams. • 2011: A member of the Mids’ special teams, he saw action in every game and turned in 16 tackles ... chipped in a pair of tackles at San Jose State ... turned in a pair of assisted tackles in Navy’s victory over SMU ... added a tackle in Navy’s win over Troy ... posted three tackles against Notre Dame ... recorded a pair of tackles in the Mids’ 21-20 loss at Rutgers ... posted a pair of solo tackles in Navy’s overtime loss to Air Force ... credited with three solo tackles against 10th-ranked South Carolina ... produced a special teams tackle in the Mids’ victory over Delaware in the season opener. • 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, Ryder was a three-year letterwinner in football, while picking up four letters in track & field ... a 2009 All-State (Hawai’i) and All-ILH selection ... led the football team to the 2009 ILH and state championship ... member of the 2009 track squad that was crowned the ILH champion ... son of Michael and Wendy Ryder ... majoring in economics.


PLAYER PROFILES Ryder’s Career Stats Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF 2010 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2011 16 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 53 0-0 0-0 1-19 0 0 0 2012 TOTALS 69 0-0 0-0 1-19 0 0 0

Career highs – Tackles: 9 vs. San Jose State (9-29-12) TFL: 0 Sacks: 0 INT: 1 at Troy (11-10-12) PBU: 0 FR: 0 FF: 0 Ryder Game-By-Game

Game (Date) U-A-TT TFL-Yds Sacks Delaware (9-3-11) 1-0-1 0-0 0-0 at W. Kentucky (9-10-11) 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 at S. Carolina (9-17-11) 3-0-3 0-0 0-0 Air Force (10-1-11) 2-0-2 0-0 0-0 Southern Miss (10-8-11) 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 at Rutgers (10-15-11) 1-1-2 0-0 0-0 East Carolina (10-22-11) 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 at Notre Dame (10-29-11) 1-2-3 0-0 0-0 Troy (11-5-11) 1-0-1 0-0 0-0 at SMU (11-12-11) 0-2-2 0-0 0-0 at San Jose State (11-19-11) 1-1-2 0-0 0-0 vs. Army (12-10-11) 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 vs. Notre Dame (9-1-12) 0-0-0 at Penn State (9-15-12) 1-1-2 VMI (9-22-12) 2-0-2 San Jose State (9-29-12) 3-6-9 at Air Force (10-6-12) 2-0-2 at C. Michigan (10-12-12) 0-1-1 Indiana (10-20-12) 5-2-7 at E. Carolina (10-27-12) 2-6-8 Florida Atlantic (11-3-12) 0-0-0 at Troy (11-10-12) 5-1-6 Texas State (11-17-12) 3-3-6 vs. Army (12-8-12) 4-4-8 vs. Arizona State (12-29-12) 1-1-2

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

Int PBU FF 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 0 0 0 0 0 0

0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 1-19 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0

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

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

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

#45 DeBrandon Sanders

Slot Back • So. • 5-7 • 160 • Itta Bena, Miss.

• At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at slot back ... has great speed ... has worked hard in the offseason and has a good attitude. • 2012: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Leflore County High School, Sanders attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... a four-sport standout who earned letters in basketball (4), baseball (3), football (3) and track & field (3) ... an All-State (Miss.) football performer as a sophomore, he was a three-time all-district selection ... named the district MVP his junior year ... selected to play in the North/South All-Star Game his senior year ... also took a recruiting visit to Mississippi Valley State ... member of the National Honor Society ... son of Steven Harris and Carrie Sanders ... majoring in quantitative economics.

#52 DJ Sargenti

Outside Linebacker • Sr. • 6-1 • 216 • Ridgefield, N.J.

• At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at outside linebacker ... also a key special teams player ... originally came to Navy as a quarterback ... has earned one varsity letter. • 2012: Made appearances in 12 contests as a member of special teams, including making his collegiate debut against Penn State. • 2011: Did not see any varsity action. • 2010: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Ridgefield Memorial High School, Sargenti attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... an all-league football selection, he was named the league’s MVP as a senior ... son of Richard and Barbara Sargenti ... majoring in economics.

#77 Bernard Sarra

Nose Guard • So. • 6-1 • 303 • Monessen, Pa.

• At Navy: Enters the fall as the starter at nose guard ... versatile enough to move out to defensive end against power running teams ... coming off an exceptional spring where he was named the winner of the Admiral Mack Award, which is given to the player that improved the most over the spring ... lost almost 50 pounds from the end of the bowl game to the start of spring ball ... tough against the run ... will contiue to get stronger ... has earned one varsity letter. • 2012: Played in eight games, including the final four contests of the year ... made his collegiate debut in the Mids’ opener against Notre Dame ... turned in a solo tackle against Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl ... played his best game of the year in the win over Army ... turned in five tackles against the Black Knights. • High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Greensburg Central Catholic High School, Sarra attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... a three-sport standout who earned letters in football (4), track & field (4) and basketball (1) ... a two-time All-State (Pa.) and all-conference selection in football ... member of the football team that finished as the state runnerup in 2009 with a 13-3 record ... son of Bernard and Angela Sarra ... majoring in quantitative economics.

Sarra’s Career Stats Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF 6 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2012 TOTALS 6 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0

Career highs – Tackles: 5 vs. Army (12-8-12) TFL: 0 Sacks: 0 INT: 0 PBU: 0 FR: 0 FF: 0

#36 Quinton Singleton

Fullback • Jr. • 6-0 • 204 • Manning, S.C.

• At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at fullback behind Noah Copeland and Chris Swain ... had a sold spring camp ... has good speed and is a hard runner ... will also vie for playing time on special teams. • 2012: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of Scott’s Branch

High School, Singleton attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2010-11 academic year ... a three-time AllState (S.C.) selection, he was named the 2009 1-A Back of the Year ... served as team captain of the football team his senior year ... member of the National Honor Society ... father competed in track & field at Benedict College ... son of Ronald and Ethel Singleton ... majoring in quantitative economics.

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PLAYER PROFILES #6 Nick Sloan

#20 Darius Staten

• At Navy: Enters the fall as Navy’s starting kicker for field goals and extra-points after starting all 13 games there last year ... beat out five other kickers last fall to earn the job ... made his collegiate debut in the Mids’ opener against Notre Dame where he became the first freshman kicker to start for Navy since 1996 when Tim Shubzda shared the kicking duties with Jason Covarubbias and Tom Vanderhorst ... had a productive freshman campaign ... has earned one varsity letter. • 2012: Started all 13 games ... one of just 13 true freshman kickers who started for their respective teams in the FBS ... led Navy with 71 points (41 PATs, 10 FGs), the ninth most by a freshman kicker in the FBS in 2012 ... made 10 of his 15 field goals on the year and was flawless on extra points (41-for-41) ... the 41 made PATs are the fourth-most in a season by a Navy kicker in program history ... he is just the fifth kicker in school history to not miss an extra-point in a season with 25 or more attempts ... missed a 33-yard field goal in Navy’s loss to Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl ... connected on a 31-yard field goal and two PATs in his first Army-Navy game ... missed a 33-yard field goal, as well as a 36-yarder in the Mids’ win over Texas State ... connected on a 27-yard field goal in the Mids’ loss at Troy ... missed his first two kicks of the year in Navy’s victory over Florida Atlantic, missing wide left on 45 and 51-yarders ... went into the Florida Atlantic contest as one of only TWO kickers in the country that had not missed a kick (extra point or field goal, 7-for-7 FG, 25-for-25 PAT) ... connected on all eight extra-points in Navy’s road win at East Carolina, garnering ECAC Div. I Special Teams Player of the Week kudos for a second-straight week ... it’s the most PATs made by a Navy player in a single game since Jon Teague kicked 10 against ECU in Greenville in 2010 ... garnered ECAC Div. I Special Teams Player of the Week honors after hitting an 18-yard field goal with 5:30 left in the game to get the Mids to within six points against Indiana ... was 4-for-4 on extra-points in the contest, including hitting the game-winner with 2:02 to go ... named the FBS Independent Special Teams Player of the Week on Oct. 8 after stepping in and kicking back-to-back career-long field goals to help lead Navy to victory over Air Force ... nailed a 39-yard field goal in the second quarter and followed up with a career-best 41-yarder midway through the fourth quarter ... connected on a pair of field goals in the win over VMI in the home opener, including a then career-long 35-yarder ... also split the uprights on a 19-yard field goal ... connected on his first-career field goal attempt, a 26-yarder as time ran out in the opening half of the Notre Dame game. • High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Scripps Ranch High School, Sloan attended

• At Navy: Enters the fall listed as a starter at one of the slot back spots ... powerful runner who is difficult to tackle ... has good speed and is a solid blocker ... Navy’s most experienced slot back and should be one of the team leaders at that position this fall ... has earned two varsity letters. • 2012: Played in 12 of 13 games ... finished the year with 184 yards and one touchdown on 21 carries ... averaged 8.8 yards per carry ... contributed to an offensive unit that finished the year ranked sixth nationally in rushing offense, averaging 278.46 yards per game ... rushed for eight yards on one carry against Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl ... carried the ball seven times for a career-high 68 yards in Navy’s Senior Day victory over Texas State ... rumbled for a career-long run of 24 yards against the Bobcats ... carried the ball just once for a six-yard gain at Troy ... sat out the Florida Atlantic game with a shoulder injury sustained against East Carolina ... a member of the Mids’ high-powered offense that scored 56 points at East Carolina, marking their first 50-point game since putting up 76 against the Pirates in 2010 ... Navy also rushed for 512 yards, the ninth most in program history and the most since running up 521 yards on the ground against East Carolina in 2010 ... meanwhile, Navy’s 563 yards of total offense (512 R, 51 P) were the most by the Mids since the 2011 contest against Southern Miss when they recorded 569 yards of total offense (421 R, 148 P) ... gained a career-high 30 yards on four carries against the Pirates ... played perhaps the best game of his career in Navy’s Homecoming win over Indiana ... carried the ball three times for a then career-high 23 yards, including scoring his first collegiate touchdown on a 17-yard rumble in the third quarter ... was a key blocker in the Mids’ 31-13 road victory over Central Michigan ... contributed to Navy’s season-high 403 yards rushing as a team, against VMI along with better than 500 yards of total offense ... rushed for 21 yards on his lone carry against the Keydets which marked a career long ... caught his first career pass, a 7-yarder in the first quarter on a 3rd-and-3 play for the Mids at Penn State ... also carried the ball twice for 19 yards, including a 12-yard carry ... gained nine yards on two carries in the Mids’ opener against Notre Dame ... had a long carry of 12 yards against the Irish. • 2011: Saw action in 10 contests ... carried the ball eight times for 74 yards ... returned six kickoffs for 116 yards (19.3 yds/return) ... part of a Navy offense that finished the season ranked No. 4 nationally in rushing offense, averaging 312.25 yards per game ... carried the ball twice for 20 yards against Troy ... gained 11 yards on his lone carry against Notre Dame ... returned four kickoffs against the Irish for 89 yards, including a career-long 26-yard return ... returned to the playing field at Rutgers where he returned two kickoffs for 27 yards, including a career-long 22-yarder ... both his punt and kickoff returns were the first of his career ... sidelined for the Southern Miss game after suffering a concussion against Air Force the week before ... scampered a career-long 15 yards on his lone carry of the game against Air Force ... carried the ball twice for four yards against 10th-ranked South Carolina ... rumbled for a then career-long 13-yard gain on his lone carry at Western Kentucky ... carried the ball once for a gain of 11 yards in the Mids’ season opener against Delaware ... it marked his first-collegiate rush. • 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 played at TCU and was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in the fifth round of the 2013 NFL Draft ... son of Linda Staten ... majoring in general science.

Kicker • So. • 6-0 • 190 • San Diego, Calif.

the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... a two-sport athlete who earned three letters in football and two in baseball ... named the Eastern League Pitcher of the Year his senior year ... member of the league championship-winning baseball teams in 2010 and ‘11 ... also took a recruiting visit to Air Force ... son of Darryl and JoAnn Sloan ... majoring in ocean engineering.

Sloan’s Career Statistics Kicking PAT FG Long Pts 2012 41-41 10-15 41 71 TOTALS 41-41 10-15 41 71 Sloan Game-By-Game

Game (Date) XP-A FG-A vs. Notre Dame (9-1-12) 1-1 1-1 at Penn State (9-15-12) 1-1 0-0 VMI (9-22-12) 5-5 2-2 San Jose State (9-29-12) 0-0 0-0 at Air Force (10-6-12) 2-2 2-2 at C. Michigan (10-12-12) 4-4 1-1 Indiana (10-20-12) 4-4 1-1 8-8 0-0 at E. Carolina (10-27-12) Florida Atlantic (11-3-12) 3-3 1-3 at Troy (11-10-12) 4-4 1-1 Texas State (11-17-12) 3-3 0-2 vs. Army (12-8-12) 2-2 1-1 vs. Arizona State (12-29-12) 4-4 0-1

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Lg 26 0 35 0 41 37 18 0 20 27 0 31 0

Pts KO Yds 4 0 0 1 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 7 0 0 7 0 0 8 0 0 6 0 0 7 0 0 3 0 0 5 0 0 4 0 0

Avg TB OB 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0

Slot Back • Sr. • 5-6 • 190 • Carrollton, Texas

Staten’s Career Stats Rushing Att Yds Avg TD Long 100-Yd 2010 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 2011 8 74 9.3 0 15 0 2012 21 184 8.8 1 24 0 TOTALS 29 258 8.9 1 24 0


PLAYER PROFILES Receiving 2010 2011 2012 TOTALS

Rec Yds Avg TD Long 100-Yd 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 1 7 7.0 0 7 0 1 7 7.0 0 7 0

KO Return 2010 2011 2012 TOTALS

Ret Yds Avg TD Long 3 46 15.3 0 19 6 116 19.3 0 26 0 0 0.0 0 0 9 162 18.0 0 26

Career highs – Carries: 7 vs. Texas State (11-17-12) Rushing Yards: 68 vs. Texas State (11-17-12) Rushing TDs: 1 vs. Indiana (10-20-12) Receptions: 1 at Penn State (9-1512) Receiving Yards: 7 at Penn State (9-15-12) Receiving TDs: 0 Staten Game-By-Game

Rushing Receiving Game (Date) Att Yds TD Avg Rec Yds TD Delaware (9-3-11) 1 11 0 11.0 0 0 0 at W. Kentucky (9-10-11) 1 13 0 13.0 0 0 0 at S. Carolina (9-17-11) 2 4 0 2.0 0 0 0 Air Force (10-1-11) 1 15 0 15.0 0 0 0 at Rutgers (10-15-11) 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 at Notre Dame (10-29-11) 1 11 0 11.0 0 0 0 Troy (11-5-11) 2 20 0 10.0 0 0 0 at SMU (11-12-11) 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 at San Jose State (11-19-11) 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 vs. Notre Dame (9-1-12) at Penn State (9-15-12) VMI (9-22-12) San Jose State (9-29-12) at Air Force (10-6-12) at C. Michigan (10-12-12) Indiana (10-20-12) East Carolina (10-27-12) at Troy (11-10-12) Texas State (11-17-12) vs. Army (12-8-12) vs. Arizona State (12-29-12)

2 2 1 0 0 0 3 4 1 7 0 1

9 19 21 0 0 0 23 30 6 68 0 8

0 4.5 0 9.5 0 21.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 1 7.7 0 7.5 0 6.0 0 9.7 0 0.0 0 8.0

0 1 0 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 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Avg 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 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

#71 Thomas Stone

Offensive Guard • Sr. • 6-3 • 295 • Melbourne, Fla.

• At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at left guard behind E.K. Binns ... has good size ... has the athletic ability to get to the second level ... versatile performer that can also play center ... has earned one varsity letter. • 2012: Made appearances in all 13 contests, including earning his first career start at center in the Mids’ win over VMI in the home opener ... helped pave the way for Navy to put up 487 yards of total offense, 328 on the ground and 159 through the air against Troy ... made his collegiate debut in the Mids’ opener against Notre Dame. • 2011: Did not see any varsity action. • 2010: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of Melbourne Central Catholic High School, Stone was a three-year letterwinner in football and lacrosse ... garnered First-Team All-State (Fla.) honors in football as a senior ... a two-time All-Space Coast selection, earning second-team honors as a junior and first team his senior year ... led the football team to the district championship behind an 11-1 record his junior year ... member of the National, Math and Spanish Honor Societies ... President of the Math Club ... enjoys musical theatre and plays four instruments ... involved with the Naval Academy Catholic Chorus ... uncle, Michael Sofia, played fullback at Ole Miss ... son of the late Carl Stone and Maria Stone ... majoring in economics.

#37 Chris Swain

Fullback • So. • 5-11 • 232 • Macon, Ga.

• At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at fullback behind incumbent starter Noah Copeland ... possesses great size and speed ... has put on 12 pounds in the offseason ... has the ability to be an impact player for the Mids ... has earned one varsity letter. • 2012: Saw action in each of the last four games, including making his collegiate debut at Troy where he carried the ball three times for 10 yards ... contributed to an offensive unit that finished the year ranked sixth nationally in rushing offense, averaging 278.46 yards per game ... played his best game in the finale against Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl where he carried the ball four times for a career-high 93 yards ... busted loose for a 46-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter which was the longest carry of his career and marked his first collegiate touchdown ... also had a spectacular 36-yard carry earlier in the game ... carried the ball just once for six yards against Army, but his extra effort gave Navy a first down on his rush ... carried the ball seven times for a career-high 45 yards in Navy’s Senior Day win over Texas State. • High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Mount de Sales Academy, Swain attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... a two-sport athlete who lettered four times in football and twice in track & field ... a two-time all-region selection, he earned All-State (Ga.) honors as a senior ... named the Macon Touchdown Club Back of the Year in 2011 ... also a First-Team All-Middle Georgia selection ... garnered All-State honors as a sprinter and thrower on the track & field team in 2011 ... also took recruiting visits to Georgia Southern and Valdosta State ... his brother, Myles, is a freshman at the Academy aand plays slot back on the football team ... son of Archie and Latasha Swain ... majoring in political science.

Swain’s Career Stats Rushing Att Yds Avg TD Long 100-Yd 15 154 10.3 1 46 0 2012 TOTALS 15 154 10.3 1 46 0

Career highs – Carries: 7 vs. Texas State (11-17-12) Rushing Yards: 93 vs. Arizona State (12-29-12) Rushing TDs: 1 vs. Arizona State (12-29-12) Receptions: 0 Receiving Yards: 0 Receiving TDs: 0 Swain Game-By-Game

Rushing Receiving Game (Date) Att Yds TD Avg Rec Yds TD at Troy (11-10-12) 3 10 0 3.3 0 0 0 Texas State (11-17-12) 7 45 0 6.4 0 0 0 vs. Army (12-8-12) 1 6 0 6.0 0 0 0 vs. Arizona State (12-29-12) 4 93 1 23.2 0 0 0

Avg 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

#60 Ben Tamburello

Offensive Guard • So. • 6-2 • 275 • Hoover, Ala.

• At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at right guard behind Jake Zuzek ... exciting prospect that impressed during the spring ... received a ton of reps during spring practice as Zuzek sat out with an injury ... has good size and is football smart. • 2012: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2012 graduate of Spain Park High

School, Tamburello was a three-year football letterwinner ... earned all-met and All-Over the Mountain honors as a senior ... selected to play in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game ... served as team captain his senior year ... also took recruiting visits to Air Force and Stanford ... father played football at Auburn (1983-86) ... son of Ben and Katy Tamburello ... majoring in political science.

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PLAYER PROFILES #26 Marcus Thomas

Slot Back • Sr. • 5-7 • 165 • Baton Rouge, La.

• At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at slot back and is Navy’s top kickoff returner after sitting out the fall to concentrate on his academics ... has good speed ... runs hard and is tough to tackle ... has earned three varsity letters. • 2012: Played in 12 of 13 games ... named an Honorable Mention All-Independent Team selection as a kick returner by the nationwide media panel responsible for the FBS Indpendent Player of the Week awards ... contributed to an offensive unit that finished the year ranked sixth nationally in rushing offense, averaging 278.46 yards per game ... finished the year averaging 23.0 yards on 21 kickoff returns ... stands alongside Reggie Campbell (2004-07) as Navy’s record holder for most career kickoff returns with 80 ... ranked second in program history for career kickoff return yardage with 1,774, trailing Reggie Campbell who amassed 1,905 yards ... did not play against Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl ... stripped Army punt returner Josh Jackson at the Army 46 on the Black Knights’ first possession of the third quarter ... the ball was recovered by Navy’s John Michael Nurthen ... a member of the Mids’ high-powered offense that scored 56 points at East Carolina, marking their first 50-point game since putting up 76 against the Pirates in 2010 ... Navy also rushed for 512 yards, the ninth most in program history and the most since running up 521 yards on the ground against East Carolina in 2010 ... carried the ball twice for 21 yards, including a 17-yard touchdown to give the Mids’ a 7-0 lead in the ECU game ... it was his first career rushing touchdown ... returned one kickoff against the Pirates for 31 yards ... averaged 23.0 yards on a pair of kick returns in Navy’s victory over Indiana on Homecoming ... returned four kickoffs for 105 yards, including his longest return of the year for 36 yards against Central Michigan ... carried the ball once for 10 yards in the Mids’ win over Air Force ... also returned a pair of kickoffs for 35 yards ... returned three kickoffs for 62 yards (20.7) against San Jose State ... contributed to Navy’s season-high 403 yards rushing as a team, against VMI along with better than 500 yards of total offense ... carried the ball twice for 26 yards against the Keydets, including a career-long rush for 26 yards ... brought back two kickoffs in the game for 42 yards ... averaged 22.5 yards on the two kickoff returns at Penn State, including a long of 24 ... returned five kickoffs 117 yards (23.4 yds/ret), including a long of 29 against Notre Dame in the opener. • 2011: Selected to Phil Steele’s 2011 All-Independent Second Team as a kick returner ... played in all 12 games ... returned 33 kicks for 728 yards, an average of 22.1 yards, and one touchdown ... returned one kickoff against Army for 36 yards ... returned three kickoffs for 68 yards at San Jose State, including a long return of 27 yards ... returned one kickoff for 26 yards at SMU ... returned one Troy kickoff for 21 yards ... also carried the ball once against the Trojans for a gain of nine yards ... it was his first carry of the season and second of his career ... averaged 17.3 yards per return on his four kick returns at Notre Dame ... mishandled one of the returns, giving the ball to the Irish in Navy territory ... returned six kickoffs for 180 yards (30.0 yds/return) against East Carolina, including racing 90 yards for a touchdown to open the second half ... it’s the fourth-longest kickoff return in program history, while it’s Navy’s first kickoff returned for a TD since Reggie Campbell rumbled 98 yards for a TD against Army on Dec. 1, 2007 ... returned five kickoffs for 105 yards (21.0), including what was his longest return of the season, a 24-yarder, against Southern Miss ... averaged 17.0 yards on three kick returns against Air Force, including a long return of 20 yards ... returned four kickoffs an average of 18.5 yards, including a long return of 23 yards against 10thranked South Carolina ... averaged 21.7 yards on his three kickoff returns at Western Kentucky, including a long return of 26 ... returned a pair of Delaware kickoffs for 33 yards, including a long return of 22. • 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 then 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-

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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) ... son of Albert Jr. and Youlanda Thomas ... majoring in American politics and law. Thomas’ Career Stats Rushing Att Yds Avg TD Long 100-Yd 2010 1 3 3.0 0 3 0 1 9 9.0 0 9 0 2011 2012 8 61 7.4 1 26 0 TOTALS 10 73 7.3 1 26 0 KO Return 2010 2011 2012 TOTALS

Ret Yds 26 563 33 728 21 483 80 1774

Avg TD Long 21.7 0 38 22.1 1 90 23.0 0 36 22.2 1 90

Career highs – Carries: 2 (Twice; last at East Carolina, 10-27-12) Rushing Yards: 26 vs. VMI (9-22-12) Rushing TDs: 1 at East Carolina (10-27-12) Receptions: 0 Receiving Yards: 0 Receiving TDs: 0

#55 Michael Tuimavave

Linebacker • Sr. • 5-10 • 244 • Daly City, Calif.

• At Navy: Enters the fall looking to add depth at linebacker ... could also see time on special teams ... a team leader ... has a great attitude ... hard worker who never takes a day off. • 2012: Did not see any varsity action. • 2011: Saw action in seven games, including the final six contests • 2010: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Archbishop Riordan High School, Tuimavave attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... a two-year football letterwinner who led the team to the 2008 Central Coast Section title with a 6-3 record ... named honorable mention all-city his senior year ... served as team captain as a senior ... son of Niutao Tuimavave and Gafa Taifau ... majoring in general engineering.

#44 Obi Uzoma

Outside Linebacker • Jr. • 6-3 • 231 • Wake Forest, N.C.

• At Navy: Enters the fall listed as the starter at one of the outside linebacker spots ... was moved to outside linebacker from fullback in the spring of 2012 ... has good size and speed ... strong, physical player that is good against the run and the pass ... has earned one varsity letter. • 2012: Played in all 13 games ... produced a pair of tackles against Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl ... member of the Mids’ defensive unit that held Texas State scoreless for the first 42 minutes of the game ... turned in a tackle in Navy’s Senior Day victory over the Bobcats ... chipped in a tackle in Navy’s loss at Troy ... after surrendering the game’s first 10 points, part of a Navy defense that held Florida Atlantic scoreless for the better part of 30 minutes between the second and fourth quarters (8:57 2nd - 9:07 4th) ... turned in a career-high four tackles in Navy’s road win over East Carolina ... part of a defense that held Central Michigan to a season-low 221 yards (70 rush, 151 pass) and 12 first downs ... pitched in a solo tackle in the Mids’ win over Air Force ... part of a defense that did not allow a touchdown in nine consecutive quarters (Penn State fourth quarter - San Jose State) ... the streak was the best by a Navy defense since 2008 when the Mids did not allow a touchdown for 10 straight quarters (fourth quarter against Notre Dame, shut out Northern Illinois, shut out Army and did not allow a first quarter point to Wake Forest) ... provided one tackle that went down as a loss of one against San Jose State ... part of a defensive unit that held


PLAYER PROFILES VMI scoreless for the final 53-plus minutes of action ... held the Keydets to just a field goal in the opening quarter, marking the first time Navy’s defense did not surrender a touchdown to its opponent since 2009 when defeating Army, 17-3 ... turned in the first three tackles of his career, including a half a tackle for a loss against the Keydets ... saw action against Notre Dame in the opener, as well as Penn State on the road. • 2011: Played two plays against Troy. • High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Knightdale High School, Uzoma was a two-sport athlete who earned three letters in both football and track & field ... earned All-State (N.C.) football honors as a senior and all-conference recognition in each of his last two seasons ... also a two-time academic all-conference selection ... garnered all-conference and academic all-conference honors in his junior year as a member of the track team ... brother, Nnamdi, is a freshman at the Academy and plays outside linebacker on the football team ... son of Patrick Uzoma and Njideka Adogo-Uzoma ... parents emigrated from Nigeria ... majoring in economics. Uzoma’s Career Stats Defense Tckls TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int PBU FR FF 2011 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 13 1.5-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 2012 TOTALS 13 1.5-1 0-0 0 0 0 0

Career highs – Tackles: 4 at East Carolina (10-27-12) TFL: 1.0 vs. San Jose State (929-12) Sacks: 0 INT: 0 PBU: 0 FR: 0 FF: 0 Uzoma Game-By-game

Game (Date) U-A-TT TFL-Yds Sacks vs. Notre Dame (9-1-12) 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 at Penn State (9-15-12) 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 VMI (9-22-12) 0-3-3 0.5-0 0-0 San Jose State (9-29-12) 1-0-1 1.0-1 0-0 at Air Force (10-6-12) 1-0-1 0-0 0-0 at C. Michigan (10-12-12) 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 Indiana (10-20-12) 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 at E. Carolina (10-27-12) 1-3-4 0-0 0-0 Florida Atlantic (11-3-12) 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 at Troy (11-10-12) 0-1-1 0-0 0-0 Texas State (11-17-12) 0-1-1 0-0 0-0 vs. Army (12-8-12) 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 vs. Arizona State (12-29-12) 1-1-2 0-0 0-0

Int PBU FF 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 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

#70 Graham Vickers

Offensive Tackle • Sr. • 6-1 • 254 • Diamond Bar, Calif.

• At Navy: Enters the fall listed as the starter at left tackle ... did not participate in spring drills after having offseason shoulder surgery ... agile and has the ability to get to the second level to block linebackers ... has earned two varsity letters. • 2012: Appeared in all 13 games, starting 12 ... part of an offensive line that led Navy to a No. 6 national ranking in rushing offense, averaging 278.46 yards per game ... helped pave the way for Navy to put up 487 yards of total offense, 328 on the ground and 159 through the air against Troy ... returned to the starting lineup against Florida Atlantic where he helped pave the way for QB Keenan Reynolds to put up career-high marks in rushing (159) and passing (147) and become the first Navy player to reach 300-plus yards of total offense (306) since Ricky Dobbs charted 318 yards against Arkansas state on No. 20, 2010 ... had earned a starting nod in 10 straight contests dating back to last year’s SMU contest, but was replaced in the lineup by Bradyn Heap at East Carolina due to injury ... member of the offensive line that allowed freshman QB Keenan Reynolds to become the first Navy player to throw three touchdown passes in a game (at Central Michigan) since Chris McCoy threw three against Colgate on Nov. 15, 1997 ...member of Navy’s offensive line that paved the way for the Mids to rush for a season-high 403 yards against VMI and rack up better than 500 yards of total offense ... started the Notre Dame game at center and moved to right tackle for the Penn State contest, as well as VMI. • 2011: Saw action in all 12 games, including making his collegiate debut in the Mids’ season-opening victory over Delaware ... started each of the last three contests, including making his first-collegiate start at SMU ... part of a Navy offense that finished the season ranked No. 4 nationally in rushing offense, averaging 312.25 yards per game ... part of an offensive line that helped Navy rush for a season-high 421 yards against the Golden Eagles. • 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 ... a two-sport standout who earned letters in football (3) and track & field (4) ... earned allleague, all-region and all-area honors in football as a senior ... also garnered all-area kudos in track & field his senior season ... served as team captain of both programs his senior year ... son of Glenn and Pamela Vickers ... majoring in history.

#79 Matthew Van Halanger

#7 Shelley White

• At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at right tackle behind Bradyn Heap and Chris Nurthen ... had a solid spring camp ... has been a hard worker for three years on the field and in the weight room. • 2012: Saw action against Central Michigan and East Carolina. • 2011: Did not see any varsity action • 2010: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Prince Avenue Christian School, Van Halanger attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... a two-sport athlete who earned three letters in baseball and four in football ... a two-time all-county and all-city lineman who was named the team’s offensive MVP in 2006 ... father, Dave, was an Honorable Mention All-American (1975) at offensive tackle and a two-time All-East selection at West Virginia under Bobby Bowden ... he was co-captain of the 1975 West Virginia Peach Bowl team and went on to play professionally with the Atlanta Falcons ... a veteran strength & conditioning professional, he was the Director of Strength & Conditioning at the University of Georgia for 10 years and is currently the Director of Player Welfare for the Bulldogs ... uncle, Peter Luipen, played baseball at NC State from 1972-76 ... son of Dave and Michele Van Halanger ... majoring in oceanography ... has earned better than a 3.0 grade-point average in each of the last two semesters.

• At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at left corner behind Kwazel Bertrand and Quincy Adams ... versatile player that can also play safety ... will also be counted on to play special teams ... athletic player that has a nose for the ball. • 2012: Made appearances in three games ... contributed his first career tackle in the Mids’ win over VMI in the home opener ... made his collegiate debut in the Mids’ opener against Notre Dame. • High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Archbishop Spalding High School, White attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... a threeyear football letterwinner, he earned Honorable Mention All-State (Md.), all-conference and all-county honors as a senior ... served as team captain his senior year ... led Archbishop Spalding to back-to-back state titles with a combined 20-4 record (11-1 in 2009, 9-3 in 2010) ... also took a recruiting visit to Wake Forest ... member of the National Honor Society ... mother serves as Assistant Athletic Director for Academic Support Services at the Naval Academy and his father is in law enforcement ... son of Shelley White Jr. and Dede Duncan-White ... majoring in political science.

Offensive Tackle • Sr. • 6-3 • 259 • Athens, Ga.

Cornerback/Safety • So. • 5-10 • 190 • Annapolis, Md.

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PLAYER PROFILES #29 Geoffrey Whiteside

Slot Back • Jr. • 5-10 • 171 • Columbus, Ohio

• At Navy: Enters the fall listed as a starter at one of the two slot back spots ... will be a dangerous receiver coming out of the backfield ... has good speed and the potential to be a breakaway threat ... has been a playmaker in practice the last two years and will get his chance to shine in games this fall ... will also be a potential kickoff returner for the Mids ... has earned one varsity letter. • 2012: Played in all 13 games ... finished the year with 111 yards on 16 carries (6.9 yards per carry), while catching four passes for 35 yards ... Contributed to an offensive unit that finished the year ranked sixth nationally in rushing offense, averaging 278.46 yards per game ... rushed for 23 yards on four carries against Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl ... returned three kickoffs 64 yards (21.3 yds/return) ... caught two passes for 11 yards and carried the ball twice for nine yards in Navy’s series-record 11th straight win over Army ... carried the ball twice for 28 yards in Navy’s Senior Day win over Texas State ... returned on kickoff at Troy for 11 yards ... returned his first collegiate kickoff 29 yards in the win over Florida Atlantic ... a member of the Mids’ high-powered offense that scored 56 points at East Carolina, marking their first 50-point game since putting up 76 against the Pirates in 2010 ... Navy also rushed for 512 yards, the ninth most in program history and the most since running up 521 yards on the ground against East Carolina in 2010 ... finished the East Carolina game with 55 yards rushing on seven carries after coming into the game without a carry for his career ... scored his first collegiate touchdown on a 20-yard pass from Keenan Reynolds ... it marked just his second career reception ... recovered the Lance Ray fumble on ECU’s opening possession of the second half, his first career fumble recovery ... turned in a tackle on special teams against Indiana ... caught his first career pass, a four-yarder, in Navy’s loss at Penn State ... made his collegiate debut in the Mids’ opener against Notre Dame as a member of special teams. • 2011: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of Columbus Bishop Hartley High School, Whiteside attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2010-11 academic year ... a three-sport athlete who earned letters in basketball (4), football (4) and track & field (3) ... a three-time All-State (Ohio) performer in football who earned third-team honors as a sophomore and second-team recognition as a junior and senior ... member of the 2010 state-winning 4x100 meter relay in a time of 42.4 ... took the conference title in the 100 meters in a time of 10.81 ... sister, Brittney, played basketball at Wright State ... father played football at Ohio University ... son of Larry and Mellisa Whiteside ... majoring in systems engineering. Whiteside’s Career Stats Rushing Att Yds Avg TD Long 100-Yd 2011 -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -2012 16 111 6.9 0 16 0 TOTALS 16 111 6.9 0 16 0

Indiana (10-20-12) at E. Carolina (10-27-12) Florida Atlantic (11-3-12) at Troy (11-10-12) Texas State (11-17-12) vs. Army (12-8-12) vs. Arizona State (12-29-12)

0 0 7 55 1 (-4) 0 0 2 28 2 9 4 23

0 0.0 0 7.9 0 (-4.0) 0 0.0 0 14.0 0 4.5 0 5.8

0 1 0 0 0 2 0

0 20 0 0 0 11 0

0 0.0 1 20.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 5.5 0 0.0

#24 Ryan Williams-Jenkins

Slot Back • Jr. • 5-8 • 170 • Helena, Ala.

• At Navy: Was having a great spring before tearing the ACL in his left knee ... expected to return at some point this fall ... has excellent speed ... tremendous work ethic ... a threat as a receiver out of the backfield ... also a top special teams player ... has earned two varsity letters. • 2012: Saw action in all 13 games ... closed out the year with 42 yards on 13 carries and caught one pass for 22 yards ... contributed to an offensive unit that finished the year ranked sixth nationally in rushing offense, averaging 278.46 yards per game ... creturned one kickoff 21 yards in the Mids’ win over Army ... returned one kickoff in the win over Texas State for 20 yards ... returned four kickoffs for 84 yards, including a career-long 31-yarder at Troy ... caught his first collegiate pass in the win over Florida Atlantic, a gain of 22 yards for the Mids ... returned two kickoffs against the Owls for 44 yards, including a long return of 28 yards ... a member of the Mids’ high-powered offense that scored 56 points at East Carolina, marking their first 50-point game since putting up 76 against the Pirates in 2010 ... Navy also rushed for 512 yards, the ninth most in program history and the most since running up 521 yards on the ground against East Carolina in 2010 ... carried the ball three times for 42 yards against the Pirates ... scored his first collegiate TD on his first career carry, a 33-yard run in the fourth ... returned a kickoff for 24 yards, marking just his second career kickoff return and first since the Mids’ opener against Notre Dame ... turned in a tackle on special teams against Indiana ... ran back his first-career kickoff 30 yards in the Mids’ opener against Notre Dame. • 2011: Played in nine games, mostly on special teams, including the final six contests of the season. • High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of Pelham High School, Williams-Jenkins attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2010-11 academic year ... a two-sport athlete who earned three letters in both football and track & field ... garnered All-State (Ala.) football honors as a senior ... earned all-county recognition as a junior and senior ... served as team captain his junior and senior years ... member of Pelham football team that was crowned the region champ his freshman year ... hails from the same high school as fellow Navy football player Shawn Lynch ... son of Michael and Adena Jenkins ... majoring in English.

Receiving Rec Yds Avg TD Long 100-Yd 2011 -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -2012 4 35 8.8 1 20 0 TOTALS 4 35 8.8 1 20 0

Williams-Jenkins’ Career Stats Rushing Att Yds Avg TD Long 100-Yd 2011 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 2012 3 42 14.0 1 33 0 TOTALS 3 42 14.0 1 33 0

KO Return Ret Yds Avg TD Long 2011 -- DID NOT SEE ANY ACTION -2012 5 104 20.8 0 29 TOTALS 5 104 20.8 0 29

Receiving 2011 2012 TOTALS

Rec Yds Avg TD Long 100-Yd 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 1 22 22.0 0 22 0 1 22 22.0 0 22 0

Whiteside Game-by-Game

KO Return 2011 2012 TOTALS

Ret Yds Avg TD Long 0 0 0.0 0 0 10 223 22.3 0 31 10 223 22.3 0 31

Career highs – Carries: 7 at East Carolina (10-24-12) Rushing Yards: 55 at East Carolina (10-24-12) Rushing TDs: 0 Receptions: 2 vs. Army (12-8-12) Receiving Yards: 11 vs. Army (12-8-12) Receiving TDs: 1 at East Carolina (10-24-12) Game (Date) vs. Notre Dame (9-1-12) at Penn State (9-15-12) VMI (9-22-12) San Jose State (9-29-12) at Air Force (10-6-12) at C. Michigan (10-12-12)

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Rushing Att 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

Receiving Rec Yds TD 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Avg 0.0 4.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Career highs – Carries: 3 at East Carolina (10-27-12) Rushing Yards: 42 at East Carolina (10-27-12) Rushing TDs: 1 at East Carolina (10-27-12) Receptions: 0 Receiving Yards: 0 Receiving TDs: 0


PLAYER PROFILES Williams-Jenkins Game-by-Game

Rushing Game (Date) Att Yds TD Avg vs. Notre Dame (9-1-12) 0 0 0 0.0 at Penn State (9-15-12) 0 0 0 0.0 VMI (9-22-12) 0 0 0 0.0 San Jose State (9-29-12) 0 0 0 0.0 at Air Force (10-6-12) 0 0 0 0.0 at C. Michigan (10-12-12) 0 0 0 0.0 Indiana (10-20-12) 0 0 0 0.0 at E. Carolina (10-27-12) 3 42 1 14.0 Florida Atlantic (11-3-12) 0 0 0 0.0 at Troy (11-10-12) 0 0 0 0.0 Texas State (11-17-12) 0 0 0 0.0 vs. Army (12-8-12) 0 0 0 0.0 vs. Arizona State (12-29-12) 0 0 0 0.0

Receiving Rec Yds TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 22 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Avg 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 22.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

#89 Thomas Wilson

Wide Receiver • So. • 6-0 • 192 • Brandenburg, Ky.

• At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at wide receiver behind Casey Bolena and Matt Aiken ... came to Navy as a quarterback, but moved to wide receiver in the spring ... has good size and speed. • 2012: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2012 graduate of Meade County

High School, Wilson was a four-year letterwinner in football and basketball ... a two-time all-district selection in football, who was named All-State (Ky.) his senior year ... named the district’s player of the year in 2011 and received all-area honors ... led the football team to district titles in 2010 and `11 ... member of the basketball team that took the district crown his senior year... also took recruiting visits to Air Force, Harvard and Kentucky ... son of David and Elizabeth Wilson ... majoring in political science ... has a 3.63 grade-point average.

#73 Sam Womack

Offensive Tackle • Sr. • 6-4 • 240 • Las Vegas, Nev.

• At Navy: Enters the fall looking to add depth along the offensive line ... has a good knowledge of the offense ... hard worker that has been a solid scout team player for the defense. • 2012: Did not see any varsity action. • 2011: Did not see any varsity action. • 2010: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Bishop Gorman

High School, Womack attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... a three-year football letterwinner who was a two-time all-district and allregion selection (2007, `08) ... earned All-State (Nev.) honors as a senior ... led Bishop Gorman HS to the 2007 Nevada 4A Championship ... high school teammate of Evan Palelei, who is a senior defensive end at Navy ... father, Paul, played football at UNLV from 1976-77 ... son of Paul and Kathleen Womack ... majoring in history.

... served as team captain his senior year ... served as Student Body President his senior year ... received the Principal’s Leadership Award and was a member of the Principal’s Honor Roll for four years ... grandfather, Edward Worth, graduated from the Naval Academy in 1953 ... he was a member of the Naval Academy crew team that competed in the Olympics in 1953 ... brother, Will, is a freshman at the Academy and is a quarterback on the football team ... son of William and Susan Worth ... majoring in mathematics ... has a 3.74 grade-point average.

#64 Jake Zuzek

Offensive Guard • Jr. • 6-0 • 310 • Brookhaven, Pa.

• At Navy: Enters the fall as the starter at right guard ... missed all of spring practice after having surgery on his right shoulder ... expected to be ready to go when Navy opens fall camp ... good size and is expected to continue to improve ... is football smart ... has earned two varsity letters. • 2012: Started each of Navy’s 13 Navy games at guard, earning his first collegiate starting nod in the Mids’ opener against Notre Dame ... part of an offensive line that led Navy to a No. 6 national ranking in rushing offense, averaging 278.46 yards per game ... helped pave the way for Navy to put up 487 yards of total offense, 328 on the ground and 159 through the air against Troy ... helped pave the way for QB Keenan Reynolds to put up career-high marks in rushing (159) and passing (147) and become the first Navy player to reach 300-plus yards of total offense (306) since Ricky Dobbs charted 318 yards against Arkansas State on No. 20, 2010 ... a member of the Mids’ high-powered offense that scored 56 points at East Carolina, marking their first 50point game since putting up 76 against the Pirates in 2010 ... Navy also rushed for 512 yards, the ninth most in program history and the most since running up 521 yards on the ground against East Carolina in 2010 ... meanwhile, Navy’s 563 yards of total offense (512 R, 51 P) were the most by the Mids since the ... member of the offensive line that helped freshman QB Keenan Reynolds become the first Navy player to throw three touchdown passes in a game (at Central Michigan) since Chris McCoy threw three against Colgate on Nov. 15, 1997 ... credited with the game-winning touchdown against Air Force, recovering a Keenan Reynolds fumble in the end zone in overtime ... member of Navy’s offensive line that paved the way for the Mids to rush for a seasonhigh 403 yards against VMI and rack up better than 500 yards of total offense. • 2011: A special teams member who competed in every game, including making his collegiate debut in the Mids’ season-opening victory over Delaware. • High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of West Philadelphia Catholic High School, Zuzek attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2010-11 academic year ... two-sport athlete who earned letters in football (4) and baseball (2) ... a three-time AllCatholic football selection who garnered All-State (S.C.) and all-area honors as a junior and senior ... served as team captain of the football team his senior year ... member of the 13-2 Catholic League and region championship football team in 2008 ... son of Steven and Katrina Zuzek ... majoring in general science.

#56 JoE WORTH

Linebacker • Jr. • 6-2 • 210 • Valrico, Fla.

• At Navy: Enters the fall third on the depth chart at inside linebacker behind James Britton and Anthony Lewis ... has good size and runs well ... intellligent player ... came to Navy as a walk-on. • 2012: Saw action in the first five games of the year. • 2011: Did not see any varsity action. • High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Newsome High School, Worth was a four-year football letterwinner who was a member of three-straight district champion teams (2008-09-10) ... a two-time honorable mention allcounty selection who was named to the first team as a tight end his senior year and second team as a linebacker

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Indiana Hoosiers (9/7).......................................................106 Delaware Blue Hens (9/14)..............................................106 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (9/28).............................106 Air Force Falcons (10/5)...................................................107 Duke Blue Devils (10/12)..................................................107 Toledo Rockets (10/19).....................................................107 Pittsburgh Panthers (10/26)..............................................108 Notre Dame Fighting Irish (11/2)....................................108 Hawai’i Warriors (11/9).....................................................108

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South Alabama Jaguars (11/16).......................................109 San Jose State Spartans (11/22).......................................109

Army Black Knights (12/14)..............................................109 All-Time Results vs. Opponents..............................110-120 2013-14 College Football Bowl Schedule.....................121

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2013 OPPONENTS

Indiana

Game 1 Sept. 7 • Bloomington, Ind. • 6:00 PM

Kevin Wilson

Cody Latimer

Delaware

Game 2 Sept. 14 • Annapolis, Md. • 3:30 PM

Dave Brock

Andrew Pierce

Western Kentucky

Game 3 Sept. 28 • Bowling Green, Ky. • 7:00 PM

Bobby Petrino

Antonio Andrews

Series History Indiana leads, 2-1

Series History Navy leads, 9-7

Series History Navy leads, 2-0

First Meeting 9-21-85 — Indiana, 38-35, in Bloomington Last Meeting 10-20-12 — Navy, 31-30, in Annapolis Niumatalolo vs. Indiana: 1-0

First Meeting 10-17-31 —Navy, 12-7, Annapolis, Md. Last Meeting 9-3-11 — Navy, 40-17, Annapolis, Md. Niumatalolo vs. Delaware: 2-0

First Meeting 9-26-09 — Navy, 38-22, Annapolis, Md. Last Meeting 9-17-11 — Navy, 40-14, in Bowling Green, Ky. Niumatalolo vs. Western Kentucky: 2-0

Quick Facts Location: Bloomington, Ind. Enrollment: 42,731 Nickname: Hoosiers Colors: Cream and Crimson Athletic Director: Fred Glass Conference: Big Ten Home Field: Memorial Stadium Capacity/Surface: 52,929 / FieldTurf

Quick Facts Location: Newark, Del. Enrollment: 16,000 Nickname: Blue Hens Colors: Royal Blue & Gold Athletic Director: Eric Ziady Conference: CAA Home Field: Delaware Stadium Capacity/Surface: 22,000/FieldTurf

Quick Facts Location: Bowling Green, Ky. Enrollment: 21,045 Nickname: Hilltoppers Colors: Red and White Athletic Director: Dr. Gary Ransdell Conference: Sun Belt Home Field: Houchens Industries/L.T. Smith Stadium Capacity/Surface: 22,113 / Field Turf

Football Information 2012 Overall Record: 4-8 2012 Conference Record: 2-6 Bowl Game: None Starters R/L: 21/3 Letterwinners R/L: 53/18

Football Information 2012 Overall Record: 5-6 2012 Conference Record: 2-6 Postseason: None Starters R/L: 18/4 Letterwinners R/L: 52/19

Football Information 2012 Overall Record: 7-6 2012 Conference Record: 4-4 Bowl Game: Little Caesars Pizza Starters R/L: 15/9 Letterwinners R/L: 40/13

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Kevin Wilson (North Carolina ‘84) Record at Indiana: 5-19 / Two Years Overall Record: 5-19 / Two Years

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Dave Brock (Salisbury State ‘94) Record at Delaware: 0-0 / First Year Overall Record: 0-0 / First Year

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Bobby Petrino (Carroll College ‘83) Record at Western Kentuky: 0-0 / First Year Overall Record: 75-26 / Ninth Year

Media Information SID Contact: Jeff Keag Office Phone: 812-855-6209 E-Mail : jkeag@indiana.edu Press Box Phone: 812-855-2754 Web Site: iuhoosiers.com

Media Information SID Contact: Scott Selheimer Office Phone: 302-831-8007 E-Mail : selheime@udel.edu Press Box Phone: 302-831-6199 Web Site: bluehens.com

Media Information SID Contact: Kyle Allen Office Phone: 270-745-3756 E-Mail : kyle.allen@wku.edu Press Box Phone: 270-745-6940 Web Site: wkusports.com

2013 Schedule Indiana State 8-29 9-7 Navy 9-14 Bowling Green 9-21 Missouri 10-5 Penn State 10-12 at Michigan State 10-19 at Michigan 11-2 Minnesota 11-9 Illinois 11-16 at Wisconsin 11-23 at Ohio State 11-30 Purdue

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2013 Schedule Jacksonville State 8-29 9-7 Delaware State 9-14 at Navy 9-21 Wagner 9-28 James Madison 10-5 at Maine 10-12 Albany 10-26 at Rhode Island 11-2 at Towson 11-9 William & Mary 11-16 Richmond 11-23 at Villanova

7:30 PM 6:00 PM 3:30 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM TBA 3:30 PM 12:00 PM TBA 12:00 PM 12:00 PM TBA

2013 Schedule vs. Kentucky 8-31 9-7 at Tennessee 9-14 at South Alabama 9-21 Morgan State 9-28 Navy 10-3 at Louisiana-Monroe 10-15/16 Louisiana-Lafayette 10-26 Troy 11-2 at Georgia State 11-9 at Army 11-23 at Texas State 11-30 Arkansas State

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2013 OPPONENTS

Air Force

Duke

Game 4 Oct. 5 • Annapolis, Md. • 11:30 AM

Troy Calhoun

Ty MacArthur

Toledo

Game 5 Oct. 12 • Durham, N.C. • TBA

David Cutliffe

Jamison Crowder

Game 6 Oct. 19 • Toledo, Ohio • 7:00 PM

Matt Campbell

David Fluellen

Series History Air Force leads, 27-18

Series History Navy leads, 20-14-5

Series History Toledo leads, 2-1

First Meeting 10-15-60 — Navy, 35-3 in Annapolis Last Meeting 10-6-12 — Navy, 28-21 (OT), in Colorado Springs Niumatalolo vs. Air Force: 3-2

First Meeting 10-22-27 — Navy, 32-6, in Annapolis, Md. Last Meeting 10-30-10 — Duke, 34-31, in Annapolis, Md. Niumatalolo vs. Duke: 0-2

First Meeting 11-10-90 — Navy, 14-10, in Toledo, Ohio Last Meeting 10-27-01 — Toledo, 21-20, in Toledo, Ohio Niumatalolo vs. Toledo: 0-0

Quick Facts Location: Colorado Springs, Colo. Enrollment: 4,000 Nickname: Falcons Colors: Blue and Silver Athletic Director: Hans Mueh Conference: Mountain West Home Field: Falcon Stadium Capacity/Surface: 46,692 / FieldTurf

Quick Facts Location: Durham, N.C. Enrollment: 6,504 Nickname: Blue Devils Colors: Duke Blue & White Athletic Director: Dr. Kevin M. White Conference: Atlantic Coast Conference Home Field: Wallace Wade Stadium Capacity/Surface: 33,941 / Natural Grass

Quick Facts Location: Toledo, Ohio Enrollment: 21,500 Nickname: Rockets Colors: Midnight Blue & Gold Athletic Director: Michael O’Brien Conference: Mid-American Home Field: Glass Bowl Capacity/Surface: 26,248 / FieldTurf

Football Information 2012 Overall Record: 6-7 2012 Conference Record: 5-3 Bowl Game: Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl Starters R/L: 7/15 Letterwinners R/L: 50/23

Football Information 2012 Overall Record: 6-7 2012 Conference Record: 3-5 Bowl Game: Belk Bowl Starters R/L: 16/9 Letterwinners R/L: 46/20

Football Information 2012 Overall Record: 9-4 2012 Conference Record: 7-1 Bowl Game: Famous Idaho Potato Bowl Starters R/L: 16/10 Letterwinners R/L: 41/18

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Troy Calhoun (Air Force ‘89) Record at Air Force: 47-31 / Six Years Overall Record: 47-31 / Six Years

Coaching Staff Head Coach: David Cutcliffe (Alabama ‘76) Record at Duke: 21-40 / Five Years Overall Record: 65-69 / 11 Years

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Matt Campbell (Mount Union ‘02) Record at Toledo: 10-4 / One Year Overall Record: 10-4 / One Year

Media Information SID Contact: Troy Garnhart Office Phone: 719-333--9263 E-Mail : troy.garnhart@usafa.edu Press Box Phone: 719-333-1100 Web Site: goairforcefalcons.com

Media Information SID Contact: Art Chase Office Phone: 919-684-2614 E-Mail : chasea@duaa.duke.edu Press Box Phone: 919-684-4203 Web Site: GoDuke.com

Media Information SID Contact: Paul Helgren Office Phone: 419-530-4918 E-Mail : paul.helgren@utoledo.edu Press Box Phone: 419-530-3732 Web Site: utrockets.com

2013 Schedule Colgate 8-31 9-7 Utah State 9-13 at Boise State 9-21 Wyoming 9-28 at Nevada 10-5 at Navy 10-10 San Diego State 10-26 Notre Dame 11-2 Army 11-8 at New Mexico State 11-21 UNLV 11-30 at Colorado State

TBA 1:30 PM 6:00 PM TBA 4:30 PM 9:30 AM 7:00 PM 3:00 PM TBA 7:00 PM 7:30 PM TBA

2013 Schedule N.C. Central 8-31 9-7 at Memphis 9-14 Georgia Tech 9-21 Pittsburgh 9-28 Troy 10-12 Navy 10-19 at Virginia 10-26 at Virginia Tech 11-9 N.C. State 11-16 Miami 11-23 at Wake Forest 11-30 at North Carolina

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

2013 Schedule at Florida 8-31 9-7 at Missouri 9-14 Eastern Washington 9-21 at Central Michigan 9-28 at Ball State 10-5 Western Michigan 10-19 Navy 10-26 at Bowling Green 11-2 Eastern Michigan 11-12 Buffalo 11-20 Northern Illinois 11-29 at Akron

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2013 OPPONENTS

Notre Dame

Pittsburgh

Game 7 Oct. 26 • Annapolis, Md. • 1:00 PM

Paul Chryst

Aaron Donald

Game 8 Nov. 2 • South Bend, Ind. • 3:30 PM

Brian Kelly

Louis Nix III

Hawai’i

Game 9 Nov. 9 • Annapolis, Md. • 3:30 PM

Norm Chow

Tavita Woodard

Series History Pittsburgh leads, 22-13-3

Series History Notre Dame leads, 73-12-1

Series History Hawai’i leads, 2-0

First Meeting 10-26-12 — Navy, 13-6, in Annapolis, Md. Last Meeting 9-19-09 — Pittsburgh, 27-14, in Pittsburgh, Pa. Niumatalolo vs. Pittsburgh: 0-2

First Meeting 10-15-27 — Notre Dame, 19-6, in Baltimore Last Meeting 9-1-12 — Notre Dame, 50-10, in Dublin, Ireland Niumatalolo vs. Notre Dame: 2-3

First Meeting 11-20-99 — Hawai’i, 48-41, in Honolulu Last Meeting 11-28-09 — Hawai’i, 24-17, in Honolulu Niumatalolo vs. Hawai’i: 0-1

Quick Facts Location: Pittsburgh, Pa. Enrollment: 28,766 Nickname: Panthers Colors: Blue & Gold Athletic Director: Steve Pederson Conference: Atlantic Coast Conference Home Field: Heinz Field Capacity/Surface: 65,050 / Grass

Quick Facts Location: South Bend, Ind. Enrollment: 11,816 Nickname: Fighting Irish Colors: Blue and Gold Athletic Director: Jack Swarbrick Conference: Independent Home Field: Notre Dame Stadium Capacity/Surface: 80,795 / Grass

Quick Facts Location: Honolulu, Hawai’i Enrollment: 20,000 Nickname: Rainbow Warriors Colors: Green, Black, White, Silver Athletic Director: Ben Jay Conference: Mountain West Home Field: Aloha Stadium Capacity/Surface: 50,000 / Synthetic Turf

Football Information 2012 Overall Record: 6-7 2012 Conference Record: 3-4 Bowl Game: BBVA Compass Bowl Starters R/L: 15/9 Letterwinners R/L: 41 / 24

Football Information 2012 Overall Record: 12-1 2012 Conference Record: NA Bowl Game: BCS National Championship Game Starters R/L: 14/10 Letterwinners R/L: 38 / 17

Football Information 2012 Overall Record: 3-9 2012 Conference Record: 1-7 Bowl Game: None Starters R/L: 18/7 Letterwinners R/L: 44/30

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Paul Chryst (Wisconsin ‘88) Record at Pittsburgh: 6-7 / One Year Overall Record: 6-7 / One Year

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Brian Kelly (Assumption ‘83) Record at Notre Dame: 28-11 / Three Years Overall Record: 199-68-2 / 22 Years

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Norm Chow (Utah State ‘68) Record at Hawai’i: 3-9 / One Year Overall Record: 3-9 / One Year

Media Information SID Contact: E.J. Borghetti Office Phone: 412-648-8240 E-Mail : eborghetti@athletics.pitt.edu Press Box Phone: 412-697-7198 Web Site: PittsburghpPanthers.com

Media Information SID Contact: Michael Bertsch Office Phone: 574-631-8642 E-Mail : mbertsc1@nd.edu Press Box Phone: 574-631-7810 Web Site: und.com

Media Information SID Contact: Derek Inouchi Office Phone: 808-956-7523 E-Mail : inouchi@hawaii.edu Press Box Phone: 808-486-1800 Web Site: HawaiiAthletics.com

2013 Schedule 9-2 Florida State 9-14 New Mexico 9-21 at Duke 9-28 Virginia (Homecoming) 10-12 at Virginia Tech 10-19 Old Dominion 10-26 at Navy 11-2 at Georgia Tech 11-9 Notre Dame 11-16 North Carolina 11-23 at Syracuse 11-29 Miami

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2013 Schedule Temple 8-31 9-7 at Michigan 9-14 at Purdue 9-21 Michigan State 9-28 Oklahoma 10-5 vs. Arizona State 10-19 USC 10-26 at Air Force 11-2 Navy 11-9 at Pitt 11-23 BYU 11-30 at Stanford

3:30 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:30 PM 3:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 5:00 PM 3:30 PM TBA 3:30 PM TBA

2013 Schedule 8-29 USC 9-7 at Oregon State 9-21 at Nevada 9-28 Fresno State 10-5 San Jose State 10-12 at UNLV 10-26 Colorado State 11-2 at Utah State 11-9 at Navy 11-16 San Diego State 11-23 at Wyoming 11-30 Army

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA 10:30 AM TBA TBA TBA


2013 OPPONENTS

South Alabama

Game 10 Nov. 16 • Annapolis, Md. • 3:30 PM

Joey Jones

Enrique Williams

San Jose State

Game 11 Nov. 22 • San Jose, Calif. • 9:30 PM

Rod Caragher

David Fales

Army

Game 12 Dec. 14 • Philadelphia, Pa. • 3:00 PM

Rich Ellerson

Raymond Maples

Series History First Meeting

Series History San Jose State leads, 2-0

Series History Navy leads, 57-49-7

First Meeting First Meeting Last Meeting First Meeting Niumatalolo vs. South Alabama: 0-0

First Meeting 11-19-11 — San Jose State, 27-24, in San Jose Last Meeting 9-29-12 — San Jose State, 12-0, in Annapolis Niumatalolo vs. San Jose State: 0-2

First Meeting 11-29-1890 — Navy, 24-0, in West Point Last Meeting 12-8-12 — Navy, 17-13, in Philadelphia, Pa. Niumatalolo vs. Army: 5-0

Quick Facts Location: Mobile, Ala. Enrollment: 14,483 Nickname: Jaguars Colors: Blue, Red and White Athletic Director: Dr. Joel Erdmann Conference: Sun Belt Home Field: Ladd-Peebles Stadium Capacity/Surface: 33,471 / FieldTurf

Quick Facts Location: San Jose, Calif. Enrollment: 27,503 Nickname: Spartans Colors: Gold, White & Blue Athletic Director: Gene Bleymaier Conference: Mountain West Home Field: Spartan Stadium Capacity/Surface: 30,456 / FieldTurf

Quick Facts Location: West Point, N.Y. Enrollment: 4,400 Nickname: Black Knights Colors: Black, Gold, Gray Athletic Director: Boo Coorigan Conference: Independent Home Field: Michie Stadium Capacity/Surface: 38,000 / FieldTurf

Football Information 2012 Overall Record: 2-11 2012 Conference Record: 1-8 Bowl Game: None Starters R/L: 17 / 7 Letterwinners R/L: 43 / 12

Football Information 2012 Overall Record: 11-2 2012 Conference Record: 5-1 Bowl Game: Military Bowl Starters R/L: 15 / 7 Letterwinners R/L: 50 / 16

Football Information 2012 Overall Record: 2-10 2012 Conference Record: NA Bowl Game: None Starters R/L: 15 / 7 Letterwinners R/L: 60 / 22

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Joey Jones (Alabama ‘89) Record at South Alabama: 25-15 / Four Years Overall Record: 28-22 / Five Years

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Rod Caragher (Georgia Tech ‘89) Record at San Jose State: 0-0 / First Year Overall Record: 44-22 / Six Years

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Rich Ellerson (Hawai’i ‘77) Record at Army: 17-32 / Four Years Overall Record: 77-73 / 13 Years

Media Information SID Contact: Brian Fremund Office Phone: 251-414-8032 E-Mail : bfremund@usouthal.edu Press Box Phone: 251-208-2677 Web Site: usajaguars.com

Media Information SID Contact: Lawrence Fan Office Phone: 408-924-1217 E-Mail : lawrence.fan@sjsu.edu Press Box Phone: 408-924-1234 Web Site: sjsuspartans.com

Media Information SID Contact: Brian Gunning Office Phone: 845-938-3303 E-Mail : Brian.Gunning@usma.edu Press Box Phone: 845-938-3377 Web Site: GoArmySports.com

2013 Schedule 8-29 Southern Utah 9-7 at Tulane 9-14 Western Kentucky 9-28 at Tennessee 10-5 at Troy 10-19 Kent State 10-26 at Texas State 11-2 Arkansas State 11-16 at Navy 11-23 Louisiana-Monroe 11-30 at Georgia State 12-7 Louisiana-Lafayette

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA 3:30 PM TBA TBA TBA

2013 Schedule 8-29 Sacramento State 9-7 at Stanford 9-21 at Minnesota 9-27 Utah State 10-5 at Hawai’i 10-12 at Colorado State 10-26 Wyoming 11-2 at UNLV 11-9 San Diego State 11-16 at Nevada 11-22 Navy 11-29 Fresno State

TBA TBA TBA 6:00 PM TBA 1:30 PM TBA TBA 7:30 PM TBA 6:30 PM 12:30 PM

2013 Schedule 8-30 Morgan State 9-7 at Ball State 9-14 Stanford 9-21 Wake Forest 9-28 Louisiana Tech 10-5 at Boston College 10-12 Eastern Michigan 10-19 at Temple 11-2 at Air Force 11-9 Western Kentucky 11-30 at Hawai’i 12-14 vs. Navy

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All-Time Series Records Air Force

Games: 45 Air Force Leads, 27-18 Streak: Navy. 1 game Home — 8-8; Road — 7-15; Neutral — 3-4 10-15-1960 W 35-3 * Baltimore, Md. 10-1-1966 L 7-15 Colorado Springs, Colo. 10-12-1968 L 20-26 & Chicago, Ill. 10-17-1970 L 3-26 ^ Washington, D.C. 10-11-1972 W 21-17 Colorado Springs, Colo. 10-20-1973 W 42-6 Annapolis, Md. 10-19-1974 L 16-19 Colorado Springs, Colo. 10-4-1975 W 17-0 ^ Washington, D.C. 10-9-1976 L 3-13 Colorado Springs, Colo. 10-8-1977 W 10-7 Annapolis, Md. 10-7-1978 W 37-8 Colorado Springs, Colo. 10-6-1979 W 13-9 Annapolis, Md. 10-11-1980 L 20-21 Colorado Springs, Colo. 10-10-1981 W 30-13 Annapolis, Md. 10-9-1982 L 21-24 Colorado Springs, Colo. 10-8-1983 L 17-44 Annapolis, Md. 10-6-1984 L 22-29 Colorado Springs, Colo. 10-12-1985 L 7-24 Annapolis, Md. 10-11-1986 L 6-40 Colorado Springs, Colo. 10-10-1987 L 13-23 Annapolis, Md. 10-8-1988 L 24-34 Colorado Springs, Colo. 10-7-1989 L 7-35 Annapolis, Md. 10-6-1990 L 7-24 Colorado Springs, Colo. 10-12-1991 L 6-46 Annapolis, Md. 10-10-1992 L 16-18 Colorado Springs, Colo. 10-9-1993 W 28-24 Annapolis, Md. 10-8-1994 L 21-43 Colorado Springs, Colo. 10-14-1995 L 20-30 Annapolis, Md. 10-12-1996 W 20-17 Colorado Springs, Colo. 10-11-1997 L 7-10 Annapolis, Md. 10-10-1998 L 7-49 Colorado Springs, Colo. 10-9-1999 L 14-19 + Landover, Md. 10-7-2000 L 13-27 Colorado Springs, Colo. 10-6-2001 L 18-24 + Landover, Md. 10-5-2002 L 7-48 Colorado Springs, Colo. 10-4-2003 W 28-25 + Landover, Md. 9-30-2004 W 24-21 Colorado Springs, Colo. 10-8-2005 W 27-24 Annapolis, Md. 10-7-2006 W 24-17 Colorado Springs, Colo. 9-29-2007 W 31-20 Annapolis, Md. 10-4-2008 W 33-27 Colorado Springs, Colo. 10-3-2009 W 16-13 OT Annapolis, Md. 10-2-2010 L 6-14 Colorado Springs, Colo. 10-1-2011 L 34-35 OT Annapolis, Md. 10-6-2012 W 28-21 OT Colorado Springs, Colo. * played at Memorial Stadium in Baltimore, Md. & played at Soldier Field in Chicago, Ill. ^ played at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C. + played at FedExField in Landover, Md.

Akron

Games: 2 Series Tied, 1-1 Streak: Akron, 1 game Home — 1-1; Road — 0-0 10-13-1990 W 17-13 10-23-1999 L 29-35

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Arizona State

Games: 1 ASU Leads, 1-0 Streak: Arizona State, 1 game Home — 0-0; Road — 0-0; Neutral — 0-1 12-29-2012 L 28-62 * San Franciso, Calif. * played at AT&T Park in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl

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Arkansas

Games: 2 Arkansas Leads, 2-0 Streak: Arkansas, 2 games Home — 0-0; Road — 0-0; Neutral — 0-2 9-18-1982 L 17-29 ^ Little Rock, Ark. 9-29-1984 L 10-33 ^ Little Rock, Ark.

^ played at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock, Ark.

Arkansas State

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 11-20-2010 W 35-19

Annapolis, Md.

Army

Games: 113 Navy Leads, 57-49-7 Streak: Navy, 11 games Home — 2-1; Road — 3-0; Neutral — 52-48-7

Baltimore, Md. — 2-2 Chicago, Ill. — 0-0-1 New York, N.Y. — 3-7-1 East Rutherford, N.J. — 3-1 Pasadena, Calif. — 1-0 Philadelphia, Pa. — 42-38-4 Princeton, N.J. — 0-0-1 Washington, D.C. — 1-0

11-29-1890 11-28-1891 11-26-1892 12-2-1893 12-2-1899 12-1-1900 11-30-1901 11-29-1902 11-28-1903 11-26-1904 12-2-1905 12-1-1906 11-30-1907 11-28-1908 11-26-1910 11-25-1911 11-30-1912 11-29-1913 11-28-1914 11-27-1915 11-25-1916 11-29-1919 11-27-1920 11-26-1921 11-25-1922 11-24-1923 11-29-1924 11-28-1925 11-27-1926 11-26-1927 12-13-1930 12-12-1931 12-3-1932 11-25-1933 12-1-1934 11-30-1935 11-28-1936 11-27-1937 11-26-1938 12-2-1939 11-30-1940 11-29-1941 11-28-1942 11-27-1943 12-2-1944 12-1-1945 11-30-1946 11-29-1947 11-27-1948 11-26-1949 12-2-1950 12-1-1951

W L W W L W L L L L T W W L W W W L L L L W W W L T L L T L L L L L W L W L L W W W W W L L L L T L W W

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 = 14-0 13-0 7-23 ^ 13-32 = 18-21 = 0-21 = 21-21 = 0-38 = 14-2 = 42-7 =

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. Annapolis, Md. West Point, N.Y. Baltimore, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa.

11-29-1952 W 7-0 = 11-28-1953 L 7-20 = 11-27-1954 W 27-20 = 11-26-1955 L 6-14 = 12-1-1956 T 7-7 = 11-30-1957 W 14-0 = 11-29-1958 L 6-22 = 11-28-1959 W 43-12 = 11-26-1960 W 17-12 = 12-2-1961 W 13-7 = 12-1-1962 W 34-14 = 12-7-1963 W 21-15 = 11-28-1964 L 8-11 % 11-27-1965 T 7-7 % 11-26-1966 L 7-20 % 12-2-1967 W 19-14 % 11-30-1968 L 14-21 % 11-29-1969 L 0-27 % 11-28-1970 W 11-7 % 11-27-1971 L 23-24 % 12-2-1972 L 15-23 % 12-1-1973 W 51-0 % 11-30-1974 W 19-0 % 11-29-1975 W 30-6 % 11-27-1976 W 38-10 % 11-26-1977 L 14-17 % 12-2-1978 W 28-0 % 12-1-1979 W 31-7 % 11-29-1980 W 33-6 @ 11-28-1981 T 3-3 @ 12-4-1982 W 24-7 @ 11-25-1983 W 42-13 < 12-1-1984 L 11-28 @ 12-7-1985 W 17-7 @ 12-6-1986 L 7-27 @ 12-5-1987 L 3-17 @ 12-3-1988 L 15-20 @ 12-9-1989 W 19-17 ! 12-8-1990 L 20-30 @ 12-7-1991 W 24-3 @ 12-5-1992 L 24-25 @ 12-4-1993 L 14-16 ! 12-3-1994 L 20-22 @ 12-2-1995 L 13-14 @ 12-7-1996 L 24-28 @ 12-6-1997 W 39-7 ! 12-5-1998 L 30-34 @ 12-4-1999 W 19-9 @ 12-2-2000 W 30-28 ? 12-1-2001 L 17-26 @ 12-7-2002 W 58-12 ! 12-6-2003 W 34-6 * 12-4-2004 W 42-13 * 12-3-2005 W 42-23 * W 26-14 * 12-2-2006 12-1-2007 W 38-3 ? 12-6-2008 W 34-0 * 12-12-2009 W 17-3 * 12-11-2010 W 31-17 * z 12-10-2011 W 27-21 12-8-2012 W 17-13 *

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. Washington, D.C. Philadelphia, Pa.

> played at Franklin Field in Philadelphia, Pa. & played at Palmer Stadium in Princeton, N.J. # played at the Polo Grounds in New York, N.Y. ^ played at Municipal Stadium in Baltimore, Md. + played at Soldier Field in Chicago, Ill. $ played at Yankees Stadium in New York, N.Y. = played at Municipal Stadium in Philadelphia, Pa. % played at JFK Stadium in Philadelphia, Pa. @ played at Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia, Pa. < played at The Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. ! played at Giants Stadium in E. Rutherford, N.J. ? played at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Md. * played at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pa. z played at FedExField in Washington, D.C.


All-Time Series Records Ball State

Games: 3 Ball State Leads, 3-0 Streak: Ball State, 3 games Home — 0-2; Road — 0-1 9-7-1991 L 10-33 Annapolis, Md. 9-15-2007 L 31-34 OT Annapolis, Md. 9-5-2008 L 23-35 Muncie, Ind.

Baltimore Athletic Club

Games: 1 Series Tied, 0-0-1 Streak: NA Home — 0-0-1; Road — 0-0 12-11-1879 T 0-0

Annapolis, Md.

Baltimore City College

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 1894 W 30-6

Annapolis, Md.

Central Michigan

Boston, Mass.

Bowling Green

Games: 3 Bowling Green Leads, 2-1 Streak: Bowling Green, 1 game Home — 1-1; Road — 0-1 L 19-22 Annapolis, Md. 9-28-1991 9-25-1993 W 27-20 Annapolis, Md. 9-17-1994 L 21-59 Bowling Green, Ohio

Games: 2 Series Tied, 1-1 Streak: BYU, 1 game Home — 0-1; Road — 0-0; Neutral — 1-0 12-22-1978 W 23-16 + San Diego, Calif. 9-16-1989 L 10-31 Annapolis, Md.

+ Holiday Bowl played at Jack Murphy Stadium in San Diego

Bucknell

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Bethany (W. Va.)

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 10-29-1921 W 21-0

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 0-0; Road — 1-0 10-4-1958 W 28-14

BYU

Baltimore Medical College

Games: 2 Navy Leads, 1-0-1 Streak: NA Home — 1-0-1; Road — 0-0 W 6-0 10-6-1900 10-21-1903 T 0-0

Boston University

Annapolis, Md.

Boston College

Games: 29 Boston College Leads, 18-11 Streak: Boston College, 5 games Home — 3-10; Road — 8-7; Neutral — 0-1 10-6-1928 L 0-6 Annapolis, Md. 9-21-1957 W 46-6 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 9-19-1959 W 24-8 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 9-17-1960 W 22-7 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 10-20-1962 W 26-6 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 9-17-1966 W 27-7 Annapolis, Md. 9-28-1968 L 15-49 Annapolis, Md. 9-27-1969 L 14-21 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 9-26-1970 L 14-28 Annapolis, Md. 9-25-1971 L 6-49 Annapolis, Md. 9-30-1972 W 27-20 Annapolis, Md. 10-6-1973 L 7-44 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 10-5-1974 L 0-37 Annapolis, Md. 10-18-1975 L 3-17 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 10-2-1976 L 13-17 Annapolis, Md. 9-30-1978 W 19-8 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 10-4-1980 W 21-0 Annapolis, Md. 10-17-1981 W 25-10 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 9-25-1982 L 0-31 Annapolis, Md. 10-21-89 W 27-24 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 9-29-1990 L 17-28 Annapolis, Md. 9-19-1992 L 0-28 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 9-28-1996 L 38-43 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 10-24-1998 W 32-31 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 9-18-1999 L 10-14 Annapolis, Md. 9-23-2000 L 7-48 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 9-22-2001 L 21-38 Annapolis, Md. 10-19-2002 L 21-46 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 12-30-2006 L 24-25 + Charlotte, N.C.

Games: 14 Navy Leads, 9-4-1 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 9-4-1; Road — 0-0 10-8-1898 W 11-0 11-15-1902 L 0-23 11-14-1903 L 5-23 11-11-1905 W 34-0 10-27-1906 T 0-0 11-9-1912 L 7-17 11-8-1913 W 70-7 11-6-1915 W 13-3 10-25-1919 W 21-6 10-16-1920 W 7-2 11-5-1921 W 6-0 10-14-1922 W 14-7 11-15-1924 L 0-6 11-14-1925 W 13-7

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Cal

Games: 5 Cal Leads, 3-2 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 0-0; Road — 1-2; Neutral — 1-1 9-27-1947 L 7-14 Berkeley, Calif. 9-25-1948 L 7-21 ^ Baltimore, Md. 10-12-1957 W 21-6 Berkeley, Calif. 10-17-1964 L 13-27 Berkeley, Calif. 12-25-1996 W 42-38 + Honolulu, Hawai’i ^ played at Municipal Stadium in Baltimore, Md. + Aloha Bowl played at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu

Carlisle

Games: 6 Navy Leads, 5-1 Streak: Navy, 2 games Home — 5-1; Road — 0-0 1894 W 8-0 1895 W 34-0 11-9-1901 W 16-5 10-31-1908 L 6-16 11-12-1910 W 6-0 10-20-1917 W 62-0

Games: 3 Navy Leads, 3-0 Streak: Navy, 3 games Home — 2-0; Road — 1-0 11-22-2003 W 63-34 11-13-2010 W 38-37 10-12-2012 W 31-13

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Mt. Pleasant, Mich.

Cincinnati

Games: 2 Navy Leads, 2-0 Streak: Navy, 2 games Home — 2-0; Road — 0-0 10-5-1940 W 14-0 10-20-1956 W 13-7

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

The Citadel

Games: 8 Navy Leads, 6-2 Streak: The Citadel, 2 games Home — 6-1; Road — 0-1 10-2-1937 W 32-0 Annapolis, Md. 11-9-1974 W 28-21 Annapolis, Md. 9-10-1977 W 21-2 Annapolis, Md. 9-15-1979 W 26-7 Annapolis, Md. 9-12-1981 W 17-7 Annapolis, Md. 10-23-1982 W 28-3 Annapolis, Md. 9-24-1988 L 35-42 Charleston, S.C. 9-23-1989 L 10-14 Annapolis, Md.

Clemson

Games: 1 Clemson Leads, 1-0 Streak: Clemson, 1 game Home — 0-1; Road — 0-0 10-28-1939 L 7-15

Annapolis, Md.

Colby

Games: 3 Navy Leads, 3-0 Streak: Navy, 3 games Home — 3-0; Road — 0-0 11-14-1914 W 31-21 11-13-1915 W 28-14 11-15-1919 W 121-0

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Colgate

Games: 6 Navy Leads, 6-0 Streak: Navy, 6 games Home — 6-0; Road — 0-0 11-3-1923 W 9-0 10-23-1926 W 13-7 9-12-1970 W 48-22 10-16-1993 W 31-3 11-15-1997 W 52-24 10-17-1998 W 42-35

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Colorado State

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 0-0; Road — 0-0; Neutral — 1-0 12-22-2005 W 51-30 + San Diego, Calif.

+ Poinsettia Bowl played at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego

+ Meineke Car Care Bowl played at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte

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All-Time Series Records Columbia

Games: 23 Navy Leads, 13-9-1 Streak: Navy, 7 games Home — 5-6; Road — 7-3-1; Neutral — 1-0 11-17-1900 L 0-11 Annapolis, Md. 11-20-1901 L 5-6 Annapolis, Md. 11-22-1902 L 0-5 Annapolis, Md. 11-5-1932 L 6-7 Annapolis, Md. 11-11-1933 L 7-14 New York, N.Y. 10-20-1934 W 18-7 New York, N.Y. 11-16-1935 W 28-7 Annapolis, Md. 11-6-1937 W 13-6 Annapolis, Md. 11-12-1938 W 14-9 New York, N.Y. 11-11-1939 L 13-19 Annapolis, Md. 11-16-1940 T 0-0 New York, N.Y. 11-14-1942 W 13-9 ^ Baltimore, Md. 11-13-1943 W 61-0 New York, N.Y. 10-5-1946 L 14-23 New York, N.Y. 10-4-1947 L 6-13 Annapolis, Md. 11-13-1948 L 0-13 New York, N.Y. 11-12-1949 W 34-0 Annapolis, Md. 11-18-1950 W 29-7 New York, N.Y. 11-17-1951 W 21-7 New York, N.Y. 11-15-1952 W 28-0 Annapolis, Md. 11-14-1953 W 14-6 New York, N.Y. 11-13-1954 W 51-6 Annapolis, Md. 11-12-1955 W 47-0 New York, N.Y. ^ played at Municipal Stadium in Baltimore, Md.

Dartmouth

Games: 5 Navy Leads, 4-0-1 Streak: Navy, 3 games Home — 2-0; Road — 1-0; Neutral — 1-0-1 11-30-1929 W 13-6 ^ Philadelphia, Pa. 10-14-1939 T 0-0 + Baltimore, Md. 10-3-1953 W 55-7 Annapolis, Md. 10-2-1954 W 42-7 Hanover, N.H. 10-4-1986 W 45-0 Annapolis, Md. ^ played at Franklin Field in Philadelphia, Pa. + played at Municipal Stadium in Baltimore, Md.

10-14-1893 11-2-1901 10-25-1902 10-17-1903 10-22-1904 10-14-1905 10-6-1906 10-5-1907 10-10-1908 10-18-1913 9-30-1916 10-6-1923

Davidson

Drake

Games: 3 Navy Leads, 3-0 Streak: Navy, 3 games Home — 3-0; Road — 0-0 11-20-1909 W 45-6 9-29-1917 W 27-6 10-3-1936 W 19-6

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Davis & Elkins

Games: 2 Series Tied, 1-1 Streak: Davis & Elkins, 1 game Home — 1-1; Road — 0-0 W 27-0 Annapolis, Md. 10-1-1927 9-29-1928 L 0-2 Annapolis, Md.

Columbia Athletic Club

Games: 1 Series Tied, 0-0-1 Streak: NA Home — 0-0-1; Road — 0-0 1890 T 6-6

Delaware

Annapolis, Md.

Connecticut

Games: 7 Navy Leads, 6-1 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 3-1; Road — 3-0 W 55-7 9-20-1975 9-18-1976 W 21-3 9-17-1977 W 38-7 9-23-1978 W 30-0 9-22-1979 W 21-10 11-16-2002 L 0-38 9-30-2006 W 41-17

Annapolis, Md. Storrs, Conn. Annapolis, Md. Storrs, Conn. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Storrs, Conn.

Cornell

Games: 10 Navy Leads, 9-1 Streak: Navy, 5 games Home — 1-0; Road — 4-0; Neutral — 4-1 10-18-1941 W 14-0 ^ Baltimore, Md. 10-2-1943 W 46-7 ^ Baltimore, Md. 11-11-1944 W 48-0 ^ Baltimore, Md. 10-18-1947 W 38-19 Ithaca, N.Y. 10-2-1948 L 7-13 ^ Baltimore, Md. 10-4-1952 W 31-7 Ithaca, N.Y. 10-10-1953 W 26-6 + Baltimore, Md. 10-6-1956 W 14-0 Ithaca, N.Y. 10-14-1961 W 31-7 Ithaca, N.Y. 10-13-1962 W 41-0 Annapolis, Md. ^ played at Municipal Stadium in Baltimore, Md. + played at Memorial Stadium in Baltimore, Md.

Games: 16 Navy Leads, 9-7 Streak: Navy, 2 games Home — 8-4; Road — 1-3 10-17-1931 W 12-7 9-14-1985 L 13-16 11-15-1986 L 14-27 11-14-1987 W 31-22 9-10-1988 W 30-3 11-18-1989 L 9-10 11-17-1990 W 31-27 10-26-1991 L 25-29 10-24-1992 L 21-37 11-11-1995 W 31-7 11-9-1996 W 30-14 10-25-2003 L 17-21 10-30-2004 W 34-20 10-27-2007 L 52-59 11-14-2009 W 35-18 9-3-2011 W 40-17

Annapolis, Md. Newark, Del. 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.

Denison

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 9-28-1929 W 47-0

Annapolis, Md.

Detroit

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 0-0; Road — 1-0 10-20-1961 W 37-19

Dickinson

Detroit, Mich.

Games: 15 Navy Leads, 10-1-4 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 10-1-4; Road — 0-0 11-9-1889 T 0-0 Annapolis, Md. 11-8-1890 W 32-6 Annapolis, Md. 11-14-1891 W 34-4 Annapolis, Md.

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W W L W T W T W W W T W

26-0 12-6 0-6 5-0 0-0 6-0 0-0 15-0 22-0 29-0 0-0 13-7

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Games: 3 Navy Leads, 3-0 Streak: Navy, 3 games Home — 3-0; Road — 0-0 10-9-1926 W 24-7 10-8-1927 W 35-6 10-19-1940 W 19-0

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Duke

Games: 39 Navy Leads, 20-14-5 Streak: Duke, 2 games Home — 10-5; Road — 7-5-1; Neutral — 3-4-4 10-22-1927 W 32-6 Annapolis, Md. 10-20-1928 W 6-0 Annapolis, Md. 10-19-1929 W 45-13 Annapolis, Md. 10-18-1930 L 0-18 Annapolis, Md. 10-9-1943 W 14-13 ^ Baltimore, Md. 10-14-1944 W 7-0 ^ Baltimore, Md. 10-6-1945 W 21-0 Durham, N.C. 10-12-1946 L 6-21 ^ Baltimore, Md. 10-11-1947 T 14-14 ^ Baltimore, Md. 10-9-1948 L 7-28 Durham, N.C. 10-8-1949 W 28-14 Annapolis, Md. 11-8-1952 W 16-6 Durham, N.C. 11-7-1953 T 0-0 + Baltimore, Md. 11-6-1954 W 40-7 $ Norfolk, Va. 11-5-1955 T 7-7 + Baltimore, Md. 11-10-1956 T 7-7 Durham, N.C. 11-9-1957 T 6-6 + Baltimore, Md. 11-5-1960 L 10-19 Durham, N.C. 11-11-1961 L 9-30 $ Norfolk, Va. 11-16-1963 W 38-25 Durham, N.C. 11-14-1964 W 27-14 Annapolis, Md. 11-5-1966 L 7-9 Annapolis, Md. 11-11-1967 L 16-35 $ Norfolk, Va. 10-23-1971 W 15-14 Annapolis, Md. 10-28-1972 L 16-17 $ Norfolk, Va. 10-1-1977 L 16-28 Durham, N.C. 10-14-1978 W 31-8 Annapolis, Md. 10-2-1982 W 27-21 Durham, N.C. 10-1-1994 L 14-47 Annapolis, Md. W 30-9 Durham, N.C. 9-30-1995 10-5-1996 W 64-27 Annapolis, Md. 9-27-1997 L 17-26 Durham, N.C. 9-28-2002 L 17-43 Annapolis, Md. 9-4-2004 W 27-12 Annapolis, Md. W 28-21 Durham, N.C. 10-1-2005 11-4-2006 W 38-13 Durham, N.C. 9-22-2007 W 46-43 Annapolis, Md. 9-13-2008 L 31-41 Durham, N.C. 10-30-2010 L 31-34 Annapolis, Md. ^ played at Municipal Stadium in Baltimore, Md. + played at Memorial Stadium in Baltimore, Md. $ played at the Oyster Bowl in Norfolk, Va.


All-Time Series Records East Carolina

Games: 4 Navy Leads, 3-1 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-1; Road — 2-0 9-2-2006 W 28-23 11-6-2010 W 76-35 10-22-2011 L 35-38 10-27-2012 W 56-28

Gallaudet (Kendall)

Annapolis, Md. Greenville, N.C. Annapolis, Md. Greenville, N.C.

Eastern Illinois

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 9-18-1993 W 31-10

Annapolis, Md.

Annapolis, Md.

Eastern Michigan

Games: 2 Navy Leads, 2-0 Streak: Navy, 2 games Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0; Neutral — 1-0 9-20-2003 W 39-7 Annapolis, Md. 11-11-2006 W 49-21 + Detroit, Mich. + played at Ford Field in Detroit, Mich.

Elizabeth Athletic Club

Games: 2 Navy Leads, 1-0-1 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-0-1; Road — 0-0 1894 T 6-6 1895 W 6-0

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Annapolis, Md.

Games: 1 Florida State Leads, 1-0 Streak: Florida State, 1 game Home — 0-0; Road — 0-1 11-18-1978 L 6-38 Tallahassee, Fla.

Fordham

Games: 6 Navy Leads, 6-0 Streak: Navy, 6 games Home — 4-0; Road — 1-0: Neutral — 1-0 11-5-1898 W 52-5 Annapolis, Md. 10-28-1908 W 17-0 Annapolis, Md. 11-29-1930 W 20-0 Annapolis, Md. 11-16-1957 W 52-0 + Baltimore, Md. 11-15-1958 W 28-8 Washington, D.C. 11-14-1959 W 16-8 Annapolis, Md. + played at Memorial Stadium in Baltimore, Md.

Games: 2 Navy Leads, 2-0 Streak: Navy, 2 games Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0; Neutral — 1-0 10-28-1916 W 27-3 Annapolis, Md. 1-19-1957 W 27-14 $ Norfolk, Va. $ played at the Oyster Bowl in Norfolk, Va.

Annapolis, Md.

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 9-11-2010 W 13-7

Georgia Tech

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

11-9-1946 11-8-1947 10-9-1964 10-23-1965 11-9-1968 11-7-1970 11-6-1971 11-18-1972 11-17-1973 11-16-1974 11-15-1975 11-13-1976 11-12-1977 11-17-1979 11-15-1980 11-14-1981 11-23-1996 9-4-1999 9-16-2000 9-8-2001

L L L L W L L L L L L W W L W W W L L L

20-28 14-16 ^ 0-17 & 16-37 35-15 8-30 21-34 7-30 22-26 & 0-22 13-14 34-28 20-16 14-24 19-8 20-14 36-26 14-49 13-40 7-70

Atlanta, Ga. Baltimore, Md. Jacksonville, Fla. Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Annapolis, Md. Atlanta, Ga. Annapolis, Md.

^ played at Municipal Stadium in Baltimore, Md. & played at the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville, Fla.

Great Lakes Navy

Games: 1 Great Lakes Navy, 1-0 Streak: Great Lakes Navy, 1 game Home — 0-1; Road — 0-0 6-7 Annapolis, Md. 11-23-1918 L

Harvard

Games: 5 Series Tied, 1-1-3 Streak: NA Home — 0-1-1; Road — 1-0-1; Neutral — 0-0-1 10-19-1907 L 0-6 Annapolis, Md. 10-24-1908 T 6-6 Annapolis, Md. 11-14-1936 W 20-13 Cambridge, Mass. 10-16-1937 T 0-0 ^ Baltimore, Md. 10-25-1941 T 0-0 Cambridge, Mass. ^ played at Municipal Stadium in Baltimore, Md.

Haverford

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 10-27-1917 W 89-0

Annapolis, Md.

Hawai’i

Games: 2 Hawai’i Leads, 2-0 Streak: Hawai’i, 2 games Home — 0-0; Road — 0-2 11-20-1999 L 41-48 11-28-2009 L 17-24

Honolulu, Hawai’i Honolulu, Hawai’i

Houston

Georgia Southern

Franklin & Marshall

Games: 4 Navy Leads, 4-0 Streak: Team, 4 games Home — 4-0; Road — 0-0 1892 W 24-0 1893 W 34-6 1895 W 68-0 1896 W 49-0

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Georgia

Florida State

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Fordham, 1 game Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 11-7-1914 W 21-0

Games: 19 Navy Leads, 13-4-2 Streak: NA Home — 13-4-2; Road — 0-0 1890 W 70-4 11-11-1891 W 16-4 1892 W 40-0 1893 W 22-10 1894 W 12-0 10-14-1899 W 12-0 10-20-1900 W 6-0 10-5-1901 T 0-0 9-27-1902 L 0-4 10-28-1903 L 5-12 10-11-1913 W 23-0 10-3-1914 W 13-0 10-2-1915 L 0-9 10-7-1916 W 13-7 11-10-1917 W 28-7 11-8-1919 L 0-6 11-6-1920 W 21-6 11-13-1926 W 10-7 11-9-1929 T 0-0

George Washington

Florida Atlantic

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 11-3-2012 W 24-17

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Georgetown

Eastern Kentucky

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 9-19-1981 W 24-0

Games: 5 Navy Leads, 4-1 Streak: Navy, 4 games Home — 4-1; Road — 0-0 1886 L 0-16 1888 W 4-0 1890 W 24-0 1891 W 6-0 10-10-1903 W 18-0

Annapolis, Md.

Games: 25 Georgia Tech Leads, 16-9 Streak: Georgia Tech, 3 games Home — 3-3; Road — 4-10; Neutral — 2-3 10-21-1922 W 13-0 Annapolis, Md. 10-24-1942 L 0-21 Annapolis, Md. 10-23-1943 W 28-14 ^ Baltimore, Md. 10-21-1944 L 15-17 Atlanta, Ga. 10-20-1945 W 20-6 ^ Baltimore, Md.

Games: 1 Houston Leads, 1-0 Streak: Houston, 1 game Home — 0-0; Road — 0-0; Neutral — 0-1 12-15-1980 L 0-35 $ E. Rutherford, N.J. $ Garden State Bowl played at Giants Stadium in E. Rutherford, N.J.

Illinois

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 0-0; Road — 1-0 9-29-1979 W 13-12

Champaign, Ill.

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All-Time Series Records Indiana

Games: 3 Indiana Leads, 2-1 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-0; Road — 0-2 9-21-1985 L 35-38 9-20-1986 L 29-52 10-20-2012 W 31-30

Lehigh

Bloomington, Ind. Bloomington, Ind. Annapolis, Md.

James Madison

Games: 3 James Madison Leads, 2-1 Streak: James Madison, 2 games Home — 1-2; Road — 0-0 9-3-1988 W 27-14 Annapolis, Md. 10-28-1989 L 20-24 Annapolis, Md. 10-27-1990 L 7-16 Annapolis, Md.

Johns Hopkins

Games: 12 Navy Leads, 9-3 Streak: Navy, 4 games Home — 9-3; Road — 0-0 11-30-1882 W 8-0 11-29-1883 L 0-2 11-27-1884 W 9-6 11-26-1885 L 8-12 1886 W 6-0 11-25-1886 W 15-14 1887 W 8-0 1888 L 12-25 1889 W 36-0 10-7-1911 W 27-5 10-5-1912 W 7-3 10-11-1919 W 66-0

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Kent State

Games: 5 Navy Leads, 5-0 Streak: Navy, 5 games Home — 4-0; Road — 1-0 9-20-1980 W 31-3 11-22-1997 W 62-29 9-19-1998 W 38-24 9-11-1999 W 48-28 10-15-2005 W 34-31

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Kent, Ohio Annapolis, Md.

Lafayette

Games: 12 Navy Leads, 8-4 Streak: Navy, 5 games Home — 8-4; Road — 0-0 1891 L 0-4 1892 W 22-4 1896 L 6-18 10-29-1898 W 18-0 10-28-1899 L 0-5 11-8-1902 W 12-11 10-24-1903 L 5-6 10-26-1907 W 17-0 10-9-1920 W 12-7 10-11-1941 W 41-2 10-19-1985 W 56-14 10-15-1994 W 7-0

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Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Games: 21 Navy Leads, 14-6-1 Streak: Lehigh, 1 game Home — 14-6-1; Road — 0-0 1889 L 6-26 1890 L 4-24 1893 L 6-12 11-11-1894 W 10-0 1895 L 4-6 1896 W 24-10 1897 W 28-6 11-12-1898 W 6-5 11-18-1899 W 24-0 10-24-1900 W 15-0 10-19-1901 W 18-0 10-15-1902 T 5-5 10-20-1906 W 12-0 10-17-1908 W 16-0 11-5-1910 W 30-0 10-12-1912 L 0-14 11-1-1913 W 39-0 9-24-1983 W 30-0 10-13-1984 W 31-14 9-27-1986 W 41-0 9-19-1987 L 9-24

Maryland

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Louisiana Tech

Games: 2 Navy Leads, 2-0 Streak: Navy, 2 games Home — 1-0; Road — 1-0 9-12-2009 W 32-14 9-18-2010 W 37-23

Annapolis, Md. Ruston, La.

Louisville

Games: 2 Louisville Leads, 2-0 Streak: Louisville, 2 games Home — 0-1; Road — 0-1 10-23-1993 L 0-28 Louisville, Ky. 10-22-1994 L 14-35 Annapolis, Md.

Loyola

Games: 3 Navy Leads, 3-0 Streak: Navy, 3 games Home — 3-0; Road — 0-0 11-20-1926 W 35-13 11-19-1927 W 33-6 11-17-1928 W 57-0

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Maryland State

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 games Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 W 38-0 1897

Annapolis, Md.

Massachusetts

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 9-9-2006 W 21-20

Annapolis, Md.

Games: 2 Navy Leads, 2-0 Streak: Navy, 2 games Home — 2-0; Road — 0-0 10-7-1933 W 25-6 10-5-1935 W 27-0

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Miami (Fla.)

Annapolis, Md.

Marquette

Games: 2 Series Tied, 1-1 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-1; Road — 0-0 10-11-1924 L 3-21 10-10-1925 W 19-0

^ played at Griffith Stadium in Washington, D.C. + played at Municipal Stadium in Baltimore, Md. * played at Memorial Stadium in Baltimore, Md. # played at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Md.

Mercer

Marine Officers

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 10-12-1904 W 68-0

Games: 21 Navy Leads, 14-7 Streak: Maryland, 2 games Home — 11-0; Road — 0-3; Neutral — 3-4 10-25-1905 W 17-0 Annapolis, Md. 10-10-1906 W 12-0 Annapolis, Md. 10-9-1907 W 12-0 Annapolis, Md. 10-14-1908 W 57-0 Annapolis, Md. 10-25-1913 W 76-0 Annapolis, Md. 10-11-1916 W 14-7 Annapolis, Md. 10-13-1917 W 62-0 Annapolis, Md. 11-22-1930 W 6-0 Annapolis, Md. 10-10-1931 L 0-6 ^ Washington, D.C. 11-12-1932 W 28-7 + Baltimore Md. 10-13-1934 W 16-13 Annapolis, Md. 9-30-1950 L 21-35 College Park, Md. 11-10-1951 L 21-40 * Baltimore, Md. 10-18-1952 L 7-38 College Park, Md. 11-8-1958 W 40-14 * Baltimore, Md. 11-7-1959 W 22-14 * Baltimore, Md. 11-9-1963 W 42-7 Annapolis, Md. 11-7-1964 L 22-27 College Park, Md. 11-6-1965 W 19-7 Annapolis, Md. 9-3-2005 L 20-23 # Baltimore, Md. 9-6-2010 L 14-17 # Baltimore, Md.

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Games: 5 Miami (Fla.) Leads, 3-2 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 2-3; Road — 0-0 10-17-1959 L 8-23 10-6-1961 W 17-6 11-7-1969 L 10-30 10-15-1971 L 16-31 11-7-1975 W 17-16

Michigan

Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla.

Games: 18 Michigan Leads, 5-12-1 Streak: Michigan, 8 games Home — 0-0; Road — 3-12-0; Neutral — 2-0-1 10-31-1925 L 0-54 Ann Arbor, Mich. 10-30-1926 W 10-0 ^ Baltimore, Md. 11-12-1927 L 12-27 Ann Arbor, Mich. 11-10-1928 T 6-6 ^ Baltimore, Md. 11-10-1945 W 33-7 ^ Baltimore, Md. 11-6-1948 L 0-35 Ann Arbor, Mich.


All-Time Series Records 10-11-1958 10-5-1963 10-3-1964 10-7-1967 10-5-1968 10-2-1971 10-7-1972 9-29-1973 9-28-1974 9-25-1976 9-24-1977 9-26-1981

W W L W L L L L L L L L

20-14 26-13 0-21 26-21 9-32 0-46 7-35 0-14 0-52 14-70 7-14 16-21

Ann Arbor, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich.

^ played at Municipal Stadium in Baltimore, Md.

Minnesota

Games: 1 Minnesota Leads, 1-0 Streak: Minnesota, 1 game Home — 0-0; Road — 0-1 L 0-21 Minneapolis, Minn. 10-6-1962

Mississippi

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 0-0; Road — 0-0; Neutral — 1-0 W 21-0 % New Orleans, La. 1-1-1955

% Sugar Bowl played at Tulane Stadium in New Orleans

Mississippi State

Games: 1 Mississippi State Leads, 1-0 Streak: Mississippi State, 1 game Home — 0-0; Road — 0-0; Neutral — 0-1 9-17-1983 L 10-38 ^ Jackson, Miss.

^ played at Mississippi Memorial Stadium in Jackson, Miss.

Games: 3 Missouri Leads, 2-1 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 0-0; Road — 0-0; Neutral — 1-2 10-16-1948 L 14-35 ^ Baltimore, Md. 1-2-1961 L 14-21 ? Miami, Fla. 12-31-2009 W 35-13 + Houston, Texas

^ played at Municipal Stadium in Baltimore, Md. ? Orange Bowl played at the Orange Bowl in Miami + Texas Bowl played at Reliant Stadium in Houston

Newport NTS

Annapolis, Md.

New Jersey Athletic Club Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 1895 W 34-0

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 11-4-1903 W 28-0

Northern Illinois

Annapolis, Md.

New York University

Games: 3 Navy Leads, 3-0 Streak: Navy, 3 games Home — 3-0; Road — 0-0 9-0 11-19-1910 W 11-23-1912 W 39-0 11-22-1913 W 48-0

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Annapolis, Md.

Annapolis, Md.

New Mexico

Games: 10 Series Tied, 5-5 Streak: North Carolina, 1 game Home — 3-2; Road — 2-2; Neutral — 0-1 W 12-0 Annapolis, Md. 11-4-1899 10-21-1905 W 38-0 Annapolis, Md. 11-17-1906 W 40-0 Annapolis, Md. 10-19-1946 L 14-21 ^ Baltimore, Md. 10-5-1957 L 7-13 Chapel Hill, N.C. 9-15-1984 W 33-30 Chapel Hill, N.C. 9-7-1985 L 19-21 Annapolis, Md. 9-26-1987 L 14-45 Annapolis, Md. 9-30-1989 W 12-7 Chapel Hill, N.C. 10-3-1992 L 14-28 Chapel Hill, N.C.

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 0-0; Road — 0-0; Neutral — 1-0 12-30-2004 W 34-19 % San Francisco, Calif.

% Emerald Bowl played at TSBC Park in San Francisco

North Carolina Pre-Flight

Games: 2 Series Tied, 1-1 Streak: North Carolina Pre-Flight, 1 game Home — 1-1; Road — 0-0 9-25-1943 W 31-0 Annapolis, Md. 9-30-1944 L 14-21 Annapolis, Md.

NC State

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Northeastern

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 9-11-2004 W 28-24

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 0-0; Road — 1-0 11-10-2007 W 74-62

Denton, Texas

Games: 3 Northwestern Leads, 3-0 Streak: Northwestern, 3 games Home — 0-1; Road — 0-1; Neutral — 0-1 10-7-1950 L 0-22 * Baltimore, Md. 10-20-1951 L 7-16 Evanston, Ill. 9-21-2002 L 40-49 Annapolis, Md. * played at Memorial Stadium in Baltimore, Md.

North Carolina

Games: 9 Navy Leads, 6-3 Streak: NC State, 1 game Home — 6-3; Road — 0-0 11-4-1911 W 17-6 11-16-1912 W 40-0 10-31-1914 W 16-14 10-30-1915 L 12-14 11-11-1916 W 50-0 10-4-1919 W 49-0 10-2-1920 L 7-14 10-1-1921 W 40-0 9-7-2002 L 19-65

Annapolis, Md. DeKalb, Ill.

Northwestern

Norfolk Naval Base

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 11-9-1918 W 37-6

Games: 2 Navy Leads, 2-0 Streak: Navy, 2 games Home — 1-0; Road — 1-0 11-17-2007 W 35-24 11-25-2008 W 16-0

North Texas

^ played at Municipal Stadium in Baltimore, Md.

Missouri

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 10-26-1918 W 47-7

New York Naval Militia

Annapolis, Md.

Notre Dame

Games: 86 Notre Dame Leads, 73-12-1 Streak: Notre Dame, 2 games Home — 0-0; Road — 5-27; Neutral — 7-46-1 6-19 ^ Baltimore, Md. 10-15-1927 L 10-13-1928 L 0-7 + Chicago, Ill. 10-12-1929 L 7-14 ^ Baltimore, Md. 10-11-1930 L 2-26 South Bend, Ind. 11-14-1931 L 0-20 ^ Baltimore, Md. 11-19-1932 L 0-12 # Cleveland, Ohio 11-4-1933 W 7-0 ^ Baltimore, Md. 11-10-1934 W 10-6 # Cleveland, Ohio 10-26-1935 L 0-14 ^ Baltimore, Md. 11-7-1936 W 3-0 ^ Baltimore, Md. 10-23-1937 L 7-9 South Bend, Ind. 11-5-1938 L 0-15 ^ Baltimore, Md. 10-21-1939 L 7-14 # Cleveland, Ohio 11-9-1940 L 7-13 ^ Baltimore, Md. 11-8-1941 L 13-20 ^ Baltimore, Md. 10-31-1942 L 0-9 # Cleveland, Ohio 10-30-1943 L 6-33 # Cleveland, Ohio 11-4-1944 W 32-13 ^ Baltimore, Md. 11-3-1945 T 6-6 # Cleveland, Ohio 11-2-1946 L 0-28 ^ Baltimore, Md. 11-1-1947 L 0-27 # Cleveland, Ohio 10-30-1948 L 7-41 ^ Baltimore, Md. 10-29-1949 L 0-40 ^ Baltimore, Md. 11-4-1950 L 10-19 # Cleveland, Ohio 11-3-1951 L 0-19 * Baltimore, Md. 11-1-1952 L 6-17 # Cleveland, Ohio 10-31-1953 L 7-38 South Bend, Ind. 10-30-1954 L 0-6 * Baltimore, Md. 10-29-1955 L 7-21 South Bend, Ind. 11-3-1956 W 33-7 * Baltimore, Md. 11-2-1957 W 20-6 South Bend, Ind. 11-1-1958 L 20-40 * Baltimore, Md. 10-31-1959 L 22-25 South Bend, Ind. 10-29-1960 W 14-7 = Philadelphia, Pa. 11-4-1961 W 13-10 South Bend, Ind. 11-3-1962 L 12-20 = Philadelphia, Pa. 11-2-1963 W 35-14 South Bend, Ind. 10-31-1964 L 0-40 % Philadelphia, Pa. 10-30-1965 L 3-29 South Bend, Ind. 10-29-1966 L 7-31 % Philadelphia, Pa. 11-4-1967 L 14-43 South Bend, Ind. 11-2-1968 L 14-45 % Philadelphia, Pa. 11-1-1969 L 0-47 South Bend, Ind. 10-31-1970 L 7-56 % Philadelphia, Pa. 10-30-1971 L 0-21 South Bend, Ind. 11-4-1972 L 23-42 @ Philadelphia, Pa.

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All-Time Series Records 11-3-1973 11-2-1974 11-1-1975 10-30-1976 10-29-1977 11-4-1978 11-3-1979 11-1-1980 10-31-1981 10-30-1982 10-29-1983 11-3-1984 11-2-1985 11-1-1986 10-31-1987 10-29-1988 11-4-1989 11-3-1990 11-2-1991 10-31-1992 10-30-1993 10-29-1994 11-4-1995 11-2-1996 11-1-1997 11-14-1998 10-30-1999 10-14-2000 11-17-2001 11-9-2002 11-8-2003 10-16-2004 11-12-2005 10-28-2006 11-3-2007 11-15-2008 11-7-2009 10-23-2010 10-29-2011 9-1-2012

L 7-44 L 6-14 @ L 10-31 L 21-27 # L 10-43 L 7-27 # L 0-14 L 0-33 $ L 0-38 L 10-27 $ L 12-28 L 17-18 $ L 17-41 L 14-33 * L 13-56 L 7-22 * L 0-41 L 31-52 $ L 0-38 L 7-38 $ L 27-58 @ L 21-58 L 17-35 L 27-54 > L 17-21 L 0-30 < L 24-28 L 14-45 & L 16-34 L 23-30 ? L 24-27 L 9-27 $ L 21-42 L 14-38 ? W 46-44 OT3 L 21-27 ? W 23-21 W 35-17 ! L 14-56 L 10-50 !!

South Bend, Ind. Philadelphia, Pa. South Bend, Ind. Cleveland, Ohio South Bend, Ind. Cleveland, Ohio South Bend, Ind. E. Rutherford, N.J. South Bend, Ind. E. Rutherford, N.J. South Bend, Ind. E. Rutherford, N.J. South Bend, Ind. Baltimore, Md. South Bend, Ind. Baltimore, Md. South Bend, Ind. E. Rutherford, N.J. South Bend, Ind. E. Rutherford, N.J. Philadelphia, Pa. South Bend, Ind. South Bend, Ind. Dublin, Ireland South Bend, Ind. Raljon, Md. South Bend, Ind. Orlando, Fla. South Bend, Ind. Baltimore, Md. South Bend, Ind. E. Rutherford, N.J. South Bend, Ind. Baltimore, Md. South Bend, Ind. Baltimore, Md. South Bend, Ind. E. Rutherford, N.J. South Bend, Ind. Dublin, Ireland

^ played at Municipal Stadium in Baltimore, Md. + played at Soldier Field in Chicago, Ill. # played at Municipal Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio * played at Memorial Stadium in Baltimore, Md. = played at Municipal Stadium in Philadelphia, Pa. % played at JFK Stadium in Philadelphia, Pa. @ played at Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia, Pa. $ played at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. > played at Croke Park in Dublin, Ireland < played at Jack Kent Cooke Stadium in Raljon, Md. & played at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Fla. ? played at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Md. ! played at The New Meadowlands Stadium in E. Rutherford, N.J. !! played at Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland

Ohio

Games: 1 Ohio Leads, 1-0 Streak: Ohio, 1 game Home — 0-1; Road — 0-0 10-15-1932 L 0-14

Annapolis, Md.

Ohio State

Games: 4 Ohio State Leads, 4-0 Streak: Ohio State, 4 games Home — 0-0; Road — 0-2; Neutral — 0-2 11-8-1930 L 0-27 ^ Baltimore, Md. 11-7-1931 L 0-20 Columbus, Ohio 12-30-1981 L 28-31 + Memphis, Tenn. 9-5-2009 L 27-31 Columbus, Ohio

^ played at Municipal Stadium in Baltimore, Md. + Liberty Bowl played at the Liberty Bowl in Memphis

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Oklahoma

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 0-0; Road — 1-0 10-2-1965 W 10-0

Penn State

Norman, Okla.

Orange Athletic Club

Games: 1 Orange Athletic Club Leads, 1-0 Streak: Orange Athletic Club, 1 game Home — 0-1; Road — 0-0 L 6-10 Annapolis, Md. 1895

Penn

Games: 47 Penn Leads, 22-21-4 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 3-7; Road — 18-15-4 1888 L 9-20 Annapolis, Md. 1892 L 0-16 Annapolis, Md. 1893 L 0-34 Annapolis, Md. 1894 L 0-12 Annapolis, Md. 1896 L 0-8 Annapolis, Md. 11-21-1900 L 6-28 Annapolis, Md. 10-21-1901 W 6-5 Annapolis, Md. 10-22-1902 W 10-6 Annapolis, Md. 10-17-1914 L 6-13 Annapolis, Md. 10-16-1915 T 7-7 Philadelphia, Pa. 10-28-1922 L 7-13 Philadelphia, Pa. 10-29-1927 W 12-6 Philadelphia, Pa. 10-27-1928 W 6-0 Philadelphia, Pa. 11-2-1929 L 2-7 Philadelphia, Pa. 12-6-1930 W 26-0 Philadelphia, Pa. 12-5-1931 W 6-0 Philadelphia, Pa. 10-29-1932 L 0-14 Philadelphia, Pa. 10-28-1933 W 13-0 Philadelphia, Pa. 10-27-1934 W 17-0 Philadelphia, Pa. 11-9-1935 W 13-0 Philadelphia, Pa. 10-31-1936 L 6-16 Philadelphia, Pa. 10-30-1937 L 7-14 Philadelphia, Pa. 10-29-1938 T 0-0 Philadelphia, Pa. 11-4-1939 L 6-13 Philadelphia, Pa. 11-2-1940 L 0-20 Philadelphia, Pa. 11-1-1941 W 13-6 Philadelphia, Pa. 11-7-1942 W 7-0 Philadelphia, Pa. 11-6-1943 W 24-7 Philadelphia, Pa. 10-28-1944 W 26-0 Philadelphia, Pa. 10-27-1945 W 14-7 Philadelphia, Pa. 10-26-1946 L 19-32 Philadelphia, Pa. 10-25-1947 L 0-21 Philadelphia, Pa. 10-23-1948 L 14-20 Philadelphia, Pa. 10-22-1949 L 7-28 Philadelphia, Pa. 10-28-1950 L 7-30 Philadelphia, Pa. 10-27-1951 L 0-14 Philadelphia, Pa. 10-25-1952 T 7-7 Philadelphia, Pa. 10-24-1953 L 6-9 Philadelphia, Pa. 10-23-1954 W 52-6 Annapolis, Md. 10-22-1955 W 33-0 Philadelphia, Pa. 10-27-1956 W 54-6 Philadelphia, Pa. 10-26-1957 W 35-7 Philadelphia, Pa. 10-25-1958 W 50-8 Philadelphia, Pa. 10-24-1959 T 22-22 Philadelphia, Pa. 10-22-1960 W 27-0 Philadelphia, Pa. 10-18-1986 L 26-30 Philadelphia, Pa. 10-17-1987 W 38-28 Philadelphia, Pa.

Penn Reserves

Games: 2 Series Tied, 1-1 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-1; Road — 0-0 1896 L 0-6 1897 W 22-0

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Games: 38 Penn State Leads, 19-17-2 Streak: Penn State, 1 game Home — 13-9-2; Road — 3-8; Neutral — 1-2 1894 T 6-6 Annapolis, Md. 10-20-1897 W 40-0 Annapolis, Md. 10-22-1898 W 16-11 Annapolis, Md. 10-21-1899 W 6-0 Annapolis, Md. 11-10-1900 W 44-0 Annapolis, Md. 10-26-1901 L 6-11 Annapolis, Md. 11-1-1902 L 0-6 Annapolis, Md. 10-31-1903 L 0-17 Annapolis, Md. 11-5-1904 W 20-9 Annapolis, Md. 11-4-1905 W 11-5 Annapolis, Md. 11-3-1906 L 0-5 Annapolis, Md. 11-16-1907 W 6-4 Annapolis, Md. 11-14-1908 W 5-0 Annapolis, Md. 11-18-1911 T 0-0 Annapolis, Md. 11-15-1913 W 10-0 Annapolis, Md. 11-12-1921 L 7-13 ^ Philadelphia, Pa. 11-3-1922 W 14-0 + Washington, D.C. 10-20-1923 L 3-21 University Park, Pa. 11-1-1924 L 0-6 Annapolis, Md. 10-16-1943 W 14-6 Annapolis, Md. 10-7-1944 W 55-14 Annapolis, Md. 10-13-1945 W 28-0 Annapolis, Md. 11-16-1946 L 7-12 Annapolis, Md. 11-15-1947 L 7-20 # Baltimore, Md. 10-15-1955 W 34-14 University Park, Pa. 9-23-1961 L 10-20 University Park, Pa. 9-22-1962 L 7-41 University Park, Pa. 9-19-1964 W 21-8 University Park, Pa. 11-13-1965 L 6-14 University Park, Pa. 9-23-1967 W 23-22 Annapolis, Md. 9-21-1968 L 6-31 University Park, Pa. 9-20-1969 L 22-45 Annapolis, Md. 9-19-1970 L 7-55 University Park, Pa. 9-18-1971 L 3-56 Annapolis, Md. 9-23-1972 L 10-21 University Park, Pa. 9-22-1973 L 0-39 Annapolis, Md. 9-21-1974 W 7-6 University Park, Pa. 9-15-2012 L 7-34 University Park, Pa.

^ played at Franklin Field in Philadelphia, Pa. + played at American League Park in Washington, D.C. # played at Municipal Stadium in Baltimore, Md.

Pitt

Games: 38 Pitt Leads, 22-13-3 Streak: Pitt, 2 games Home — 6-9-1; Road — 4-13-2; Neutral — 3-0 10-26-1912 W 13-6 Annapolis, Md. 10-4-1913 T 0-0 Annapolis, Md. 10-10-1914 L 6-13 Annapolis, Md. 10-9-1915 L 12-47 Annapolis, Md. 10-14-1916 L 19-20 Annapolis, Md. 10-14-1933 L 6-34 Pittsburgh, Pa. 11-17-1934 L 7-31 Annapolis, Md. 10-16-1954 L 19-21 Pittsburgh, Pa. 10-8-1955 W 21-0 * Baltimore, Md. 10-28-1961 L 14-28 Pittsburgh, Pa. 10-27-1962 W 32-9 $ Norfolk, Va. 10-26-1963 W 24-12 Annapolis, Md. 10-24-1964 T 14-14 Pittsburgh, Pa. 10-16-1965 W 12-0 # Washington, D.C. 10-15-1966 W 24-7 Pittsburgh, Pa. 10-28-1967 W 22-21 Pittsburgh, Pa. 10-19-1968 W 17-16 Annapolis, Md. 10-11-1969 L 19-46 Pittsburgh, Pa. 10-10-1970 L 8-10 Annapolis, Md. 10-9-1971 L 35-36 Pittsburgh, Pa. 11-11-1972 W 28-13 Annapolis, Md. 10-27-1973 L 17-22 Pittsburgh, Pa. 10-26-1974 L 11-13 Pittsburgh, Pa. 10-25-1975 W 17-0 Pittsburgh, Pa. 10-23-1976 L 0-45 Annapolis, Md.


All-Time Series Records 10-15-1977 L 17-34 10-28-1978 W 21-11 10-27-1979 L 7-24 10-22-1983 L 14-21 10-27-1984 T 28-28 10-26-1985 W 21-7 10-25-1986 L 14-56 10-24-1987 L 6-10 10-22-1988 L 6-52 10-14-1989 L 14-31 10-10-2007 W 48-45 OT2 10-18-2008 L 21-42 9-19-2009 L 14-27

Pittsburgh, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Pittsburgh, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Pittsburgh, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Pittsburgh, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Pittsburgh, Pa.

* played at Memorial Stadium in Baltimore, Md. $ played at the Oyster Bowl in Norfolk, Va. # played at DC Stadium in Washington, D.C.

Princeton

Games: 36 Princeton Leads, 18-12-6 Streak: Navy, 3 games Home — 3-10-2; Road — 7-7-2 Neutral — 2-1-2 1892 L 0-28 Annapolis, Md. 1897 L 0-28 Annapolis, Md. 10-15-1898 L 0-30 Annapolis, Md. 10-7-1899 L 0-5 Annapolis, Md. 10-13-1900 L 0-5 Annapolis, Md. 10-4-1902 L 0-11 Annapolis, Md. 10-15-1904 W 10-9 Annapolis, Md. 10-13-1906 L 0-5 Annapolis, Md. 10-30-1909 L 3-5 Annapolis, Md. 10-21-1911 T 0-0 Annapolis, Md. 10-23-1920 L 0-14 Annapolis, Md. 10-15-1921 W 13-0 Annapolis, Md. 10-27-1923 T 3-3 Annapolis, Md. 10-18-1924 L 14-17 Princeton, N.J. 10-17-1925 T 10-10 ^ Baltimore, Md. 10-16-1926 W 27-13 Princeton, N.J. 11-24-1928 W 9-0 + Philadelphia, Pa. 10-26-1929 T 13-13 Princeton, N.J. 10-25-1930 W 31-0 Princeton, N.J. 10-24-1931 W 15-0 Princeton, N.J. 10-22-1932 T 0-0 Princeton, N.J. 11-18-1933 L 0-13 Princeton, N.J. 11-2-1935 L 0-26 Princeton, N.J. 10-24-1936 L 0-7 Princeton, N.J. 11-20-1937 L 6-26 Princeton, N.J. 10-22-1938 T 13-13 ^ Baltimore, Md. 11-25-1939 L 0-28 Princeton, N.J. 10-12-1940 W 12-6 Princeton, N.J. 11-22-1941 W 23-0 Princeton, N.J. 10-10-1942 L 0-10 # New York, N.Y. 10-1-1949 W 28-7 ^ Baltimore, Md. 10-14-1950 L 14-20 Princeton, N.J. 10-6-1951 L 20-24 Annapolis, Md. 10-17-1953 W 65-7 Princeton, N.J. 10-15-1983 W 37-29 Princeton, N.J. 10-20-1984 W 41-3 Annapolis, Md. ^ played at Municipal Stadium in Baltimore, Md. + played at Franklin Field in Philadelphia, Pa. # played at Yankee Stadium in New York, N.Y.

Princeton Freshmen

Games: 1 Princeton Freshmen Leads, 1-0 Streak: Princeton Freshmen, 1 game Home — 0-1; Road — 0-0 1885 L 0-10 Annapolis, Md.

Princeton JV

Games: 3 Princeton JV Leads, 2-1 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-2; Road — 0-0 1886 L 0-30 1887 L 5-22 1897 W 6-0

St. Helena NTS

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Purdue

Games: 2 Navy Leads, 2-0 Streak: Navy, 2 games Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0; Neutral — 1-0 10-2-1926 W 17-13 Annapolis, Md. 11-18-1944 W 32-0 ^ Baltimore, Md. ^ played at Municipal Stadium in Baltimore, Md.

Rice

Games: 12 Series Tied, 6-6 Streak: Navy, 4 games Home — 2-2; Road — 3-4; Neutral — 1-0 10-13-1951 L 14-21 Houston, Texas 1-1-1958 W 20-7 # Dallas, Texas 9-30-1967 L 7-21 Houston, Texas 11-21-1992 L 22-27 Houston, Texas 11-19-1994 W 29-17 Annapolis, Md. 9-25-1999 L 17-20 Houston, Texas 10-13-2001 L 13-21 Annapolis, Md. 10-12-2002 L 10-17 Annapolis, Md. 10-18-2003 W 38-6 Houston, Texas 10-23-2004 W 14-13 Annapolis, Md. 10-22-2005 W 41-9 Houston, Texas 10-10-2009 W 63-14 Houston, Texas # Cotton Bowl played at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas

Richmond

Games: 2 Navy Leads, 2-0 Streak: Navy, 2 games Home — 2-0; Road — 0-0 10-9-1926 W 26-0 9-8-1990 W 28-17

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Rutgers

Games: 24 Rutgers Leads, 12-11-1 Streak: Rutgers, 1 game Home — 9-5-1; Road — 2-7 1891 W 21-12 1892 W 48-12 1896 W 40-6 1897 W 1-0 ^ 10-3-1908 W 18-0 10-9-1909 W 12-3 10-8-1910 T 0-0 10-18-1969 L 6-20 9-11-1976 L 3-13 9-26-1992 L 0-40 9-16-1995 L 17-27 9-7-1996 W 10-6 9-13-1997 W 36-7 11-7-1998 L 33-36 11-6-1999 W 34-7 10-21-2000 L 21-28 10-20-2001 L 17-23 9-27-2003 L 27-48 11-20-2004 W 54-21 10-29-2005 L 21-31 10-14-2006 L 0-34 9-7-2007 L 24-41 9-20-2008 W 23-21 10-15-2011 L 20-21 ^ - forfeit

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. 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. Piscataway, N.J.

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 11-2-1918 W 66-0

Annapolis, Md.

St. John’s College

Games: 21 Navy Leads, 18-3 Streak: Navy, 14 games Home — 18-3; Road — 0-0 W 46-10 1885 1886 W 12-0 1886 L 0-4 1887 W 4-0 1887 W 24-0 1888 L 4-6 1888 L 6-22 1889 W 20-10 1890 W 45-0 1891 W 28-6 1896 W 50-0 10-9-1901 W 28-2 10-19-1904 W 23-0 10-11-1905 W 29-0 10-17-1906 W 34-0 10-2-1907 W 26-0 10-16-1907 W 12-0 10-4-1908 W 22-0 10-6-1909 W 16-6 10-1-1910 W 16-0 10-11-1911 W 21-0

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

St. Xavier (Ohio)

Games: 2 Navy Leads, 2-0 Streak: Navy, 2 games Home — 2-0; Road — 0-0 11-11-1922 W 52-0 11-10-1923 W 61-0

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

San Diego State

Games: 3 San Diego State Leads, 3-0 Streak: San Diego State, 3 games Home — 0-0; Road — 0-3 9-3-1994 L 14-56 San Diego, Calif. 9-5-1997 L 31-45 San Diego, Calif. 12-23-2010 L 14-35 + San Diego, Calif.

+ Poinsettia Bowl played at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego

San Jose State

Games: 2 San Jose State Leads, 2-0 Streak: San Jose State, 2 games Home — 0-1; Road — 0-1 11-19-2011 L 24-27 San Jose, Calif. 9-29-2012 L 0-12 Annapolis, Md.

South Carolina

Games: 8 South Carolina Leads, 5-3 Streak: South Carolina, 3 games Home — 2-0; Road — 1-5 11-13-1920 W 63-0 Annapolis, Md. 10-1-1955 W 26-0 Columbia, S.C. 11-13-1982 L 14-17 Columbia, S.C. 11-12-1983 L 7-31 Columbia, S.C. 11-17-1984 W 38-21 Annapolis, Md. 11-16-1985 L 31-34 Columbia, S.C. 11-12-1988 L 8-19 Columbia, S.C. 9-17-2011 L 21-24 Columbia, S.C.

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Games: 3 Southern Cal Leads, 2-1 Streak: Southern Cal, 1 game Home — 0-0; Road — 0-2; Neutral — 1-0 9-24-1949 L 20-42 Los Angeles, Calif. 10-21-1950 W 27-14 * Baltimore, Md. 11-17-1962 L 6-13 Los Angeles, Calif. * played at Memorial Stadium in Baltimore, Md.

SMU

Games: 16 Navy Leads, 9-7 Streak: Navy, 5 games Home — 3-3; Road — 5-3; Neutral — 1-1 11-15-1930 L 7-20 ^ Baltimore, Md. 11-21-1931 L 6-13 Annapolis, Md. 10-3-1959 L 7-20 Dallas, Texas 10-8-1960 W 26-7 $ Norfolk, Va. 10-11-1963 L 28-32 Dallas, Texas 9-24-1966 L 3-21 Dallas, Texas 11-20-1993 L 13-42 Annapolis, Md. 9-9-1995 W 33-2 Dallas, Texas 9-21-1996 W 19-17 Annapolis, Md. 9-20-1997 W 46-16 Dallas, Texas 11-21-1998 L 11-24 Annapolis, Md. 8-31-2002 W 38-7 Dallas, Texas 10-25-2008 W 34-7 Annapolis, Md. 10-17-2009 W 38-35 OT Dallas, Texas 10-16-2010 W 28-21 Annapolis, Md. 11-12-2011 W 24-17 Dallas, Texas ^ played at Municipal Stadium in Baltimore, Md. $ played at the Oyster Bowl in Norfolk, Va.

Southern Miss

Games: 1 Southern Miss Leads, 1-0 Streak: Southern Miss, 1 game Home — 0-1; Road — 0-0 L 35-63 Annapolis, Md. 10-8-2011

Stanford

Games: 4 Navy Leads, 2-1-1 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 0-1; Road — 2-0-1 10-9-1954 W 25-0 9-25-1965 T 7-7 9-10-2005 L 38-40 9-16-2006 W 37-9

Stanford, Calif. Stanford, Calif. Annapolis, Md. Stanford, Calif.

Games: 5 Swarthmore Leads, 4-1 Streak: Swarthmore, 2 games Home — 1-4; Road — 0-0 10-29-1904 L 0-9 Annapolis, Md. 10-28-1905 L 5-6 Annapolis, Md. 11-10-1906 W 5-4 Annapolis, Md. 11-9-1907 L 0-18 Annapolis, Md. 10-19-1912 L 6-21 Annapolis, Md.

Games: 27 Syracuse Leads, 19-8 Streak: Syracuse, 7 games Home — 5-6; Road — 3-12; Neutral — 0-1 10-10-1959 L 6-32 $ Norfolk, Va. 11-10-1962 L 6-34 Syracuse, N.Y. 9-18-1965 L 6-14 Syracuse, N.Y. 10-8-1966 L 14-28 Syracuse, N.Y. 10-14-1967 W 27-14 Annapolis, Md. 11-16-1968 L 6-44 Syracuse, N.Y. 11-15-1969 L 0-15 Annapolis, Md. 10-24-1970 L 8-23 Syracuse, N.Y.

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W L W L W W L L L W W W L L L L L L L

17-14 14-30 23-14 9-17 10-6 27-10 34-45 17-20 14-30 6-3 35-23 20-18 7-14 0-29 20-24 22-31 10-34 21-49 17-38

Annapolis, Md. Syracuse, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Syracuse, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Syracuse, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Syracuse, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Syracuse, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Syracuse, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Syracuse, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Syracuse, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. Annapolis, Md.

$ played at the Oyster Bowl in Norfolk, Va.

Temple

Games: 10 Series Tied, 5-5 Streak: Temple, 1 game Home — 4-3; Road — 1-2 9-17-1988 L 7-12 10-19-1991 L 14-21 11-8-1997 W 49-17 9-2-2000 L 6-17 8-30-2001 L 26-45 11-19-2005 W 38-17 11-18-2006 W 42-6 8-31-2007 W 30-19 11-1-2008 W 33-27 OT 10-31-2009 L 24-27

Texas

Games: 2 Texas Leads, 2-0 Streak: Texas, 2 games Home — 0-0; Road — 0-1; Neutral — 0-1 1-1-1964 L 6-28 @ Dallas, Texas 10-4-1969 L 17-56 Austin, Texas

Texas Christian (TCU)

Games: 2 TCU Leads, 2-0 Streak: TCU, 2 games Home — 0-1; Road — 0-1 9-30-2000 L 0-24 L 3-17 9-6-2003

Toledo

Games: 3 Toledo Leads, 2-1 Streak: Toledo, 2 games Home — 0-1; Road — 1-1 11-10-1990 W 14-10 10-28-2000 L 14-35 10-27-2001 L 20-21

Toledo, Ohio Annapolis, Md. Toledo, Ohio

Towson

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 8-30-2008 W 41-13

Annapolis, Md.

Trinity

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 11-11-1899 W 35-0

Annapolis, Md.

Troy Annapolis, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

@ Cotton bowl played at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas

Swarthmore

Syracuse

11-13-1971 10-14-1972 10-13-1973 10-12-1974 10-11-1975 11-6-1976 11-5-1977 11-11-1978 11-10-1979 11-8-1980 11-7-1981 11-6-1982 11-5-1983 11-10-1984 11-9-1985 11-8-1986 11-7-1987 11-5-1988 11-11-1989

Annapolis, Md. Fort Worth, Texas

Texas State

Games: 1 Navy leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy. 1 game Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0; Neutral — 0-0 11-17-2012 W 21-10 Annapolis, Md.

Texas Tech

Games: 1 Texas Tech Leads, 1-0 Streak: Texas Tech, 1 game Home — 0-0; Road — 0-0; Neutral — 0-1 12-30-2003 L 14-38 ^ Houston, Texas

^ EV1.net Houston Bowl played at Reliant Stadium in Houston

Games: 2 Series Tied, 1-1 Streak: Troy, 1 game Home — 1-0; Road — 0-1 W 42-14 11-5-2011 11-10-2012 L 31-41

Annapolis, Md. Troy, Ala.

Tulane

Games: 19 Tulane Leads, 11-7-1 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 6-1; Road — 1-8-1; Neutral — 0-2 T 21-21 New Orleans, La. 11-5-1949 11-11-1950 L 0-27 * Baltimore, Md. 10-13-1956 L 6-21 New Orleans, La. 10-18-1958 L 6-14 $ Norfolk, Va. 11-10-1973 L 15-17 New Orleans, La. 11-9-1991 L 7-34 New Orleans, La. 11-7-1992 W 20-17 Annapolis, Md. 10-2-1993 L 25-27 New Orleans, La. 11-5-1994 W 17-15 New Orleans, La. 11-18-1995 W 35-7 Annapolis, Md. 11-16-1996 W 35-21 Annapolis, Md. 9-26-1998 L 42-24 New Orleans, La. 11-13-1999 W 45-21 Annapolis, Md. 11-11-2000 L 38-50 New Orleans, La. 11-10-2001 L 28-42 Annapolis, Md. 10-26-2002 L 30-51 New Orleans, La. 11-1-2003 W 35-17 Annapolis, Md. 11-6-2004 L 10-42 New Orleans, La. 11-5-2005 W 49-21 Annapolis, Md. * played at Memorial Stadium in Baltimore, Md. $ played at the Oyster Bowl in Norfolk, Va.

Tulsa

Games: 2 Series Tied, 1-1 Streak: Tulas, 1 game Home — 0-1; Road — 1-0 9-18-2004 W 29-0 Tulsa, Okla. 9-23-2006 L 23-24 OT Annapolis, Md.


All-Time Series Records Ursinus

Games: 3 Navy Leads, 2-1 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 2-1; Road — 0-0 11-21-1914 W 33-2 11-20-1915 L 7-10 11-16-1918 W 127-0

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Utah

Games: 1 Utah Leads, 1-0 Streak: Utah, 1 game Home — 0-0; Road — 0-0; Neutral — 0-1 12-20-2007 L 32-35 San Diego, Calif.

^ Poinsettia Bowl played at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego

Vanderbilt

Games: 7 Navy Leads, 3-2-2 Streak: Navy, 2 games Home — 1-1-2; Road — 2-1 10-12-1907 T 6-6 11-12-1966 W 30-14 11-18-1967 T 35-35 11-14-1992 L 7-27 11-13-1993 L 7-41 10-11-2003 W 37-27 9-25-2004 W 29-26

Annapolis, Md. Nashville, Tenn. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Annapolis, Md.

Vermont

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 11-8-1924 W 53-0

Annapolis, Md.

Villanova

Games: 11 Navy Leads, 9-2 Streak: Navy, 3 games Home — 9-2; Road — 0-0 11-7-1908 W 30-6 10-16-1909 L 6-11 11-18-1916 W 57-7 11-17-1917 W 80-3 9-29-1945 W 49-0 9-28-1946 W 7-0 9-24-1960 W 41-7 11-14-1970 L 10-14 10-18-1980 W 24-15 9-22-1990 W 23-21 10-21-1995 W 20-14

Virginia

10-8-1938 10-7-1939 10-3-1942 11-17-1956 11-12-1960 11-18-1961 10-26-1968 10-25-1969 9-11-1971 9-14-1974 9-13-1975 9-16-1978 10-20-1979 9-13-1980 9-11-1982 9-10-1983 9-22-1984 9-28-1985 9-13-1986 9-15-1990 9-14-1991 9-12-1992 9-11-1993 9-10-1994

W W W W W W L W W W W W W L W L L W W L L L L L

33-0 14-12 35-0 34-7 * 41-6 13-3 0-24 10-0 10-6 35-28 42-14 32-0 17-10 3-6 20-16 16-27 9-21 17-13 20-10 14-56 10-17 0-53 0-38 10-47

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Annapolis, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Charlottesville, Va. Annapolis, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Annapolis, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Annapolis, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Annapolis, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Charlottesville, Va. Annapolis, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Annapolis, Md.

!- forfeit ^ played at Griffith Stadium in Washington, D.C. * played at Memorial Stadium in Baltimore, Md.

VMI

Games: 9 Navy Leads, 9-0 Streak: Navy, 9 games Home — 7-0; Road — 1-0; Neutral — 1-0 11-24-1898 W 21-5 Annapolis, Md. 10-8-1904 W 12-0 Annapolis, Md. 10-7-1905 W 34-0 Ananpolis, Md. 10-1-1938 W 26-0 Annapolis, Md. 10-19-1963 W 21-12 $ Norfolk, Va. 9-15-1973 W 37-6 Lexington, Va. 10-18-1997 W 42-7 Annapolis, Md. 8-30-2003 W 37-10 Annapolis, Md. 9-22-2012 W 41-3 Annapolis, Md. $ played at the Oyster Bowl in Norfolk, Va.

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Games: 39 Navy Leads, 28-11 Streak: Virginia, 5 games Home — 20-6; Road — 6-5; Neutral — 2-0 12-7-1889 W 26-6 Annapolis, Md. 1893 W 28-0 Annapolis, Md. 1893 L 0-12 Annapolis, Md. 1895 W 1-0 ! Annapolis, Md. 1897 W 4-0 Annapolis, Md. 11-19-1898 W 6-0 Charlottesville, Va. 10-14-1903 W 6-5 Annapolis, Md. 11-12-1904 W 5-0 Charlottesville, Va. 11-18-1905 W 22-0 Annapolis, Md. 10-23-1909 L 0-5 Annapolis, Md. 10-21-1933 W 13-7 Annapolis, Md. 10-6-1934 W 21-6 ^ Washington, D.C. 10-10-1935 W 26-7 Annapolis, Md. 10-10-1936 W 35-14 Annapolis, Md. 10-9-1937 W 40-13 Annapolis, Md.

Virginia Tech

Games: 10 Navy Leads, 7-3 Streak: Virginia Tech, 2 games Home — 7-2; Road — 0-1 0-11 Annapolis, Md. 11-21-1903 L 11-19-1904 W 11-0 Annapolis, Md. 11-25-1905 W 12-6 Annapolis, Md. 11-24-1906 W 5-0 Annapolis, Md. 11-23-1907 W 12-0 Annapolis, Md. 11-21-1908 W 15-4 Annapolis, Md. 10-22-1910 W 3-0 Annapolis, Md. 10-23-1915 W 20-0 Annapolis, Md. 10-3-1987 L 11-31 Blacksburg, Va. 10-7-1995 L 0-14 Annapolis, Md.

Wake Forest

Games: 12 Wake Forest Leads, 7-5 Streak: Navy, 2 games Home — 2-4; Road — 3-2; Neutral — 0-1 11-16-1929 W 61-0 Annapolis, Md. 11-2-31991 L 24-52 Annapolis, Md. 9-23-1995 L 7-30 Annapolis, Md. 10-26-1996 W 47-18 Winston-Salem, N.C. 9-10-1998 L 14-26 Winston-Salem, N.C. 11-18-2000 L 26-49 Annapolis, Md. 11-23-2002 L 27-30 Winston-Salem, N.C. 10-20-2007 L 24-44 Annapolis, Md. 9-27-2008 W 24-17 Winston-Salem, N.C. 12-20-2008 L 19-29 + Washington, D.C. 10-24-2009 W 13-10 Annapolis, Md. 10-9-2010 W 28-27 Winston-Salem, N.C. + EagleBank Bowl played at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C.

Washington

Games: 6 Washington Leads, 3-2-1 Streak: Washington, 1 game Home — 0-0; Road — 2-3; Neutral — 0-0-1 1-1-1923 T 14-14 ^ Pasadena, Calif. 10-1-1960 W 15-14 Seattle, Wash. 10-3-1970 L 7-56 Seattle, Wash. 9-27-1975 L 13-14 Seattle, Wash. 10-25-1980 W 24-10 Seattle, Wash. 10-1-1983 L 10-27 Seattle, Wash. ^ Rose Bowl played at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena

Washington All-Stars

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 10-0; Road — 0-0 1889 W 24-0

Annapolis, Md.

Washington & Jefferson Games: 6 Navy Leads, 4-1-1 Streak: Navy, 2 games Home — 4-1-1; Road — 0-0 W 18-0 11-3-1900 11-16-1901 W 17-11 11-7-1903 L 0-16 11-6-1909 T 0-0 10-15-1910 W 15-0 10-14-1911 W 16-0

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Washington & Lee

Games: 3 Navy Leads, 2-1 Streak: Navy, 2 games Home — 2-1; Road — 0-0 11-4-1916 L 0-10 10-8-1932 W 33-0 11-3-1934 W 26-0

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Washington College

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 10-24-1925 W 37-0

Annapolis, Md.

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All-Time Series Records West Virginia

Games: 8 Navy Leads, 6-2 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 4-2; Road — 2-0 11-2-1907 W 6-0 11-11-1911 W 32-0 10-21-1916 W 12-7 10-6-1917 L 0-7 10-4-1941 W 40-0 9-21-1963 W 51-7 10-3-1998 L 24-45 10-2-1999 W 31-28

William & Mary

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Morgantown, W.Va. Annapolis, Md. Morgantown, W.Va.

West Virginia Wesleyan Games: 9 Navy Leads, 7-1-1 Streak: NA Home — 6-1-1; Road — 0-0 11-1-1919 W 20-6 10-13-1923 W 26-7 10-25-1924 L 7-10 11-6-1926 W 53-7 11-5-1927 W 26-0 11-3-1928 W 37-0 11-23-1929 W 30-6 11-1-1930 W 37-14 10-31-1931 T 0-0

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Western Kentucky

Games: 2 Navy Leads, 2-0 Streak: Navy, 2 games Home — 1-0; Road — 1-0 W 38-22 9-26-2009 9-17-2011 W 40-14

Annapolis, Md. Bowling Green, Ky.

Western Maryland

Games: 4 Navy Leads, 3-0 Streak: Navy, 3 games Home — 3-0; Road — 0-0 10-18-1905 W 29-0 10-24-1906 W 31-0 11-7-1925 W 27-0

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Western Reserve

Games: 9 Navy Leads, 8-0-1 Streak: Navy, 6 games Home — 8-0-1; Road — 0-0 11-13-1909 W 17-6 10-29-1910 W 17-0 10-28-1911 T 0-0 11-1-1912 W 7-0 10-24-1914 W 48-0 11-3-1917 W 95-0 10-30-1920 W 47-0 10-8-1921 W 53-0 10-7-1922 W 71-0

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^ first game played at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium $ played at the Oyster Bowl in Norfolk, Va.

Wisconsin

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

White Squadron

Games: 2 Navy Leads, 2-0 Streak: Navy, 2 games Home — 2-0; Road — 0-0 11-23-1896 W 11-5 1897 W 8-0

Games: 42 Navy Leads, 35-6-1 Streak: William & Mary, 2 games Home — 34-6-1; Road — 0-0; Neutral — 1-0 9-29-1923 W 39-10 Annapolis, Md. 10-4-1924 W 14-7 Annapolis, Md. 10-3-1925 W 25-0 Annapolis, Md. 10-5-1929 W 15-0 Annapolis, Md. 10-4-1930 W 19-6 Annapolis, Md. 10-3-1931 W 13-6 Annapolis, Md. 10-1-1932 L 0-6 Annapolis, Md. 9-30-1933 W 12-0 Annapolis, Md. 9-29-1934 W 20-7 Annapolis, Md. 9-28-1935 W 30-0 Annapolis, Md. 9-26-1936 W 18-6 Annapolis, Md. 9-25-1937 W 45-0 Annapolis, Md. 9-24-1938 W 26-0 Annapolis, Md. 9-30-1939 W 31-6 Annapolis, Md. 9-28-1940 W 19-7 Annapolis, Md. 9-27-1941 W 34-0 Annapolis, Md. 9-26-1942 L 0-3 Annapolis, Md. 10-11-1952 W 14-0 Annapolis, Md. 9-26-1953 T 6-6 Annapolis, Md. 9-25-1954 W 27-0 Annapolis, Md. 9-24-1955 W 7-0 Annapolis, Md. 9-29-1956 W 39-14 Annapolis, Md. 9-28-1957 W 33-6 Annapolis, Md. 9-27-1958 W 14-0 Annapolis, Md. 9-26-1959 W 29-2 ^ Annapolis, Md. 9-30-1961 W 44-6 Annapolis, Md. 9-29-1962 W 20-16 Annapolis, Md. 9-28-1963 W 28-0 Annapolis, Md. 9-26-1964 W 35-6 Annapolis, Md. 10-9-1965 W 42-14 Annapolis, Md. 10-22-1966 W 21-0 Annapolis, Md. 10-21-1967 L 16-27 Annapolis, Md. 9-16-1972 W 13-9 Annapolis, Md. 10-16-1976 L 13-21 Annapolis, Md. 10-22-1977 W 42-17 Annapolis, Md. 10-21-1978 W 9-0 Annapolis, Md. 10-13-1979 W 24-7 $ Norfolk, Va. 9-27-1980 W 45-6 Annapolis, Md. 10-24-1981 W 27-0 Annapolis, Md. 10-16-1982 W 39-3 Annapolis, Md. 9-12-1987 L 12-27 Annapolis, Md. 9-21-1991 L 21-26 Annapolis, Md.

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Games: 2 Series Tied, 1-1 Streak: Wisconsin, 1 game Home — 0-0; Road — 0-1; Neutral — 1-0 11-17-1945 W 36-7 ^ Baltimore, Md. 10-15-1949 L 13-48 Madison, Wis. ^ played at Municipal Stadium in Balitmore, Md.

Wooster College

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 11-28-1931 W 19-6

Annapolis, Md.

Yale

Games: 10 Yale Leads, 5-4-1 Streak: Navy, 1 game Home — 1-1; Road — 1-3-1; Neutral — 2-1 10-12-1902 L 0-24 Annapolis, Md. 10-19-1935 L 6-7 New Haven, Conn. 10-17-1936 L 7-12 ^ Baltimore, Md. 10-15-1938 L 7-9 New Haven, Conn. 10-26-1940 W 21-0 New Haven, Conn. 10-17-1942 W 13-6 ^ Baltimore, Md. 9-29-1951 T 7-7 New Haven, Conn. 9-27-1952 W 31-7 * Baltimore, Md. 10-3-1981 L 19-23 New Haven, Conn. 10-1-1988 W 41-7 Annapolis, Md. ^ played at Municipal Stadium in Balitmore, Md. * played at Memorial Stadium in Balitmore, Md.


2013-14 COLLEGE FOOTBALL BOWL SCHEDULE BOWL

DATE

TIME

NETWORK

MATCHUP

Gildan New Mexico Bowl

Dec. 21

2:00 p.m.

ESPN

MWC vs. Pac-12

Las Vegas Bowl

Dec. 21

3:30 p.m.

ESPN 2

MWC vs. Pac-12

Famous Idaho Potato Bowl

Dec. 21

5:30 p.m.

ESPN

MAC vs. MWC

R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl

Dec. 21

9:00 p.m.

ESPN

C-USA vs. Sun Belt

Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl St. Petersburg

Dec. 23

2:00 p.m.

ESPN

The American vs. Conference USA

Sheraton Hawai’i Bowl

Dec. 24

8:00 p.m.

ESPN

C-USA vs. Mountain West

Little Caesars Pizza Bowl

Dec. 26

6:00 p.m.

ESPN

Big Ten vs. MAC

San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl

Dec. 26

9:30 p.m.

ESPN

Army vs. MWC

Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman

Dec. 27

2:30 p.m.

ESPN

ACC vs. C-USA

Texas Bowl

Dec. 27

6:00 p.m.

ESPN

Big 10 vs. Big 12

Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl

Dec. 27

9:30 p.m.

ESPN

Pac-12 vs. BYU

New Era Pinstripe Bowl

Dec. 28

12:00 p.m.

ESPN

The American vs. Big 12

Belk Bowl

Dec. 28

3:20 p.m.

ESPN

ACC vs. The American

Russell Athletic Bowl

Dec. 28

6:45 p.m.

ESPN

ACC vs. The American

Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl

Dec. 28

10:15 p.m.

ESPN

Big 10 vs. Big 12

Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl

Dec. 30

11:45 a.m.

ESPN

Navy vs. MWC

Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl

Dec. 30

3:15 p.m.

ESPN

ACC vs. SEC

Valero Alamo Bowl

Dec. 30

6:45 p.m.

ESPN

Pac-12 vs. Big 12

Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl

Dec. 30

10:15 p.m.

ESPN

Big 12 vs. Pac-12

AdvoCare V100 Bowl

Dec. 31

12:30 p.m.

ESPN

ACC vs. SEC

Hyundai Sun Bowl

Dec. 31

2:00 p.m.

CBS

ACC vs. Pac-12

AutoZone Liberty Bowl

Dec. 31

4:00 p.m.

ESPN

C-USA vs. SEC

Chick-fil-A Bowl

Dec. 31

8:00 p.m.

ESPN

ACC vs. SEC

Heart of Dallas Bowl

Jan. 1

12:00 p.m.

ESPNU

Big 10 vs. C-USA

TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl

Jan. 1

12:00 p.m.

ESPN2

Big 10 vs. SEC

Outback Bowl

Jan. 1

1:00 p.m.

ESPN

Big 10 vs. SEC

Capital One Bowl

Jan. 1

1:00 p.m.

ABC

Big 10 vs. SEC

Rose Bowl Game presented by Vizio

Jan. 1

5:00 p.m.

ESPN

Big 10 vs. Pac-12

Tostitos Fiesta Bowl

Jan. 1

8:30 p.m.

ESPN

Big 12 vs. BCS At-Large

AllState Sugar Bowl

Jan. 2

8:30 p.m.

ESPN

SEC vs. BCS At-Large

AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic

Jan. 3

7:30 p.m.

Fox

Discover Orange Bowl

Jan. 3

8:30 p.m.

ESPN

ACC vs. BCS At-Large

BBVA Compass Bowl

Jan. 4

1:00 p.m.

ESPN

The American vs. SEC

GoDaddy.com Bowl

Jan. 5

9:00 p.m.

ESPN

MAC vs. Sun Belt

VIZIO BCS National Championship

Jan. 6

8:30 p.m.

ESPN

BCS No. 1 vs. BCS No. 2

Big 12 vs. SEC

121


COVER

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2012 Season Results...........................................................124 Team Statistics....................................................................124 Offensive Statistics.....................................................124-125 Defensive Statistics............................................................126 Game Recaps..............................................................127-139 Notre Dame 50, Navy 10...............................................127 Penn State 34, Navy 7....................................................128 Navy 41, VMI 3................................................................129 San Jose State 12, Navy 0..............................................130

COVER

Navy 28, Air Force 21 (OT)..........................................131 Navy 31, Central Michigan 13.....................................132 Navy 31, Indiana 30........................................................133 Navy 56, East Carolina 28............................................134 Navy 24, Florida Atlantic 17.........................................135 Troy 41, Navy 31.............................................................136 Navy 21, Texas State 10................................................137 Navy 17, Army 13............................................................138 Arizona State 62, Navy 28.............................................139

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2012 RESULTS / STATISTICS Schedule | Results

Date Opponent Result Score TV Att. Sept. 1 ^ vs. Notre Dame L 10-50 CBS 48,820 Sept. 15 at Penn State L 7-34 ABC/ESPN2 98,792 Sept. 22 VMI W 41-3 CBS SN 35,671 Sept. 29 San Jose State L 0-12 CBS SN 32,375 Oct. 6 at Air Force W 28-21 OT CBS 38,927 Oct. 12 at Central Michigan W 31-13 ESPN2 15,074 Oct. 20 Indiana W 31-30 CBS SN 33,441 Oct. 27 at East Carolina W 56-28 Fox SN 48,327 Nov. 3 Florida Atlantic W 24-17 CBS SN 29,326 Nov. 10 at Troy L 31-41 ESPN3 24,321 Nov. 17 Texas State W 21-10 CBS SN 31,004 Dec. 8 $ vs. Army W 17-13 CBS 69,607 Dec. 29 + vs. Arizona State L 28-62 ESPN2 34,172 ^ - Game played at Aviva Stadium (Dublin, Ireland) $ - Game played at Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia, Pa.) + - Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl played at AT&T Park (San Francisco, Calif.)

TEAM STATISTICS Navy Opponents SCORING 325 334 25.0 25.7 Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS 280 291 Rushing 209 157 Passing 59 124 Penalty 12 10 RUSHING YARDAGE 3620 2517 Yards gained rushing 3943 2746 Yards lost rushing 323 229 Rushing Attempts 700 522 Average Per Rush 5.2 4.8 Average Per Game 278.5 193.6 TDs Rushing 28 23 PASSING YARDAGE 1362 2798 Comp-Att-Int 99-172-5 246-356-8 Average Per Pass 7.9 7.9 Average Per Catch 13.8 11.4 Average Per Game 104.8 215.2 TDs Passing 11 16 TOTAL OFFENSE 4982 5315 Total Plays 872 878 Average Per Play 5.7 6.1 Average Per Game 383.2 408.8 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 44-1034 43-952 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 12-105 12-135 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 8-60 5--2 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 23.5 22.1 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 8.8 11.2 FUMBLES-LOST 24-14 22-11 48-378 53-464 PENALTIES-Yards 29.1 35.7 Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards 44-1919 37-1482 43.6 40.1 Average Per Punt KICKOFFS-Yards 63-3827 67-4168 60.7 62.2 Average Per Kick TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 31:11 28:49 3RD-DOWN Conversions (Pct) 64/156 (41%) 77/159 (48%) 4TH-DOWN Conversions (Pct) 18/28 (64%) 9/24 (38%) 18-132 24-170 SACKS BY-Yards TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 42 41 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 10-15 17-20 PAT-ATTEMPTS (41-41) 100% (37-40) 93% ATTENDANCE 161817 225441 5/32363 5/45088 Games/Avg Per Game Neutral Site Games 3/50866 SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total Navy 38 99 87 94 7 325 Opponents 85 101 73 75 0 334

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RUSHING

Player GP Att. Gain Loss Net Avg. TD Long YPG Greene, Gee Gee 13 120 913 36 877 7.3 3 59 67.5 Copeland, Noah 13 162 741 3 738 4.6 5 27 56.8 Reynolds, Keenan 13 162 796 147 649 4.0 10 70 49.9 Miller, Trey 8 88 385 92 293 3.3 3 40 36.6 Snelson, Bo 13 42 279 6 273 6.5 0 21 21.0 Staten, Darius 12 21 187 3 184 8.8 1 24 15.3 Christian, Prentice 9 34 155 0 155 4.6 1 25 17.2 Swain, Chris 4 15 154 0 154 10.3 1 46 38.5 Whiteside, Geoffrey 13 16 115 4 111 6.9 0 16 8.5 Howell, John 5 6 60 0 60 10.0 0 19 12.0 Thomas, Marcus 12 8 61 2 59 7.4 1 26 4.9 Williams-Jenkins, Ryan 13 3 42 0 42 14.0 1 33 3.2 Polamalu, Maika 9 6 39 0 39 6.5 1 21 4.3 Aiken, Matt 9 1 6 0 6 6.0 0 6 0.7 Brown, Demond 8 1 4 0 4 4.0 0 4 0.5 Zuzek, Jake 13 0 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0.0 Hendrick, John 1 2 5 5 0 0.0 0 5 0.0 Lynch, Shawn 13 3 1 10 -9 -3.0 0 1 -0.7 TEAM 6 10 0 15 -15 -1.5 0 0 -2.5 13 700 3943 323 3620 5.2 28 70 278.5 Total 13 522 2746 229 2517 4.8 23 56 193.6 Opponents

Passing

Player GP Effic. Comp-Att-Int Reynolds, Keenan 13 150.12 61-108-2 Miller, Trey 8 117.15 35-59-3 Hendrick, John 1 156.27 2-3-0 Bolena, Casey 13 188.60 1-2-0 Total 13 139.37 99-172-5 Opponents 13 145.46 246-356-8

Pct. Yards TD Long Avg/G 56.5 898 9 68 69.1 59.3 399 2 41 49.9 66.7 32 0 28 32.0 50.0 33 0 33 2.5 57.6 1362 11 68 104.8 69.1 2798 16 62 215.2

Receiving

Player GP No. Yds. Avg. TD Long Avg/G Turner, Brandon 12 22 321 14.6 4 49 26.8 Greene, Gee Gee 13 18 309 17.2 2 41 23.8 Lynch, Shawn 13 14 281 20.1 1 68 21.6 Bolena, Casey 13 13 141 10.8 1 38 10.8 Copeland, Noah 13 12 91 7.6 0 25 7.0 Aiken, Matt 9 7 61 8.7 2 16 6.8 Snelson, Bo 13 5 81 16.2 0 26 6.2 Whiteside, Geoffrey 13 4 35 8.8 1 20 2.7 Williams-Jenkins, Ryan 13 1 22 22.0 0 22 1.7 Howell, John 5 1 9 9.0 0 9 1.8 Staten, Darius 12 1 7 7.0 0 7 0.6 Gazaille, Jonathan 12 1 4 4.0 0 4 0.3 Total 13 99 1362 13.8 11 68 104.8 Opponents 13 246 2798 11.4 16 62 215.2

Scoring

|----------------- PATs ------------------| TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points Sloan, Nick 0 10-15 41-41 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 71 Reynolds, Keenan 10 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 60 Greene, Gee Gee 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36 Copeland, Noah 5 0-0 0-0 1-1 0 0-0 0 0 32 Turner, Brandon 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 Miller, Trey 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 Aiken, Matt 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Williams-Jenkins, Ryan 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Christian, Prentice 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Swain, Chris 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Polamalu, Maika 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Whiteside, Geoffrey 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Bolena, Casey 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Lynch, Shawn 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Staten, Darius 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Drake, Jordan 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Zuzek, Jake 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Warrick, Matt 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Thomas, Marcus 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Total 42 10-15 41-41 1-1 0 0-0 0 0 325 Opponents 41 17-20 37-40 0-1 0 0-0 0 0 334


2012 STATISTICS Total Offense

Player Reynolds, Keenan Greene, Gee Gee Copeland, Noah Miller, Trey Snelson, Bo Staten, Darius Christian, Prentice Swain, Chris Whiteside, Geoffrey Howell, John Thomas, Marcus Williams-Jenkins, Ryan Polamalu, Maika Bolena, Casey Hendrick, John Aiken, Matt Brown, Demond Lynch, Shawn TEAM Total Opponents

Punt Returns

Player Lynch, Shawn Aiken, Matt Total Opponents

Kick Returns

Player Thomas, Marcus Williams-Jenkins, Ryan Greene, Gee Gee Whiteside, Geoffrey Snelson, Bo Palelei, Evan Total Opponents

Fumble Returns

Player Bush, Tra’ves Total Opponents

Interceptions

Player Warrick, Matt Gaines, Parrish Ryder, Wave Drake, Jordan Adams, Quincy Total Opponents

GP Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G 13 270 649 898 1547 119.0 13 120 877 0 877 67.5 13 162 738 0 738 56.8 8 147 293 399 692 86.5 13 42 273 0 273 21.0 12 21 184 0 184 15.3 9 34 155 0 155 17.2 4 15 154 0 154 38.5 13 16 111 0 111 8.5 5 6 60 0 60 12.0 12 8 59 0 59 4.9 13 3 42 0 42 3.2 9 6 39 0 39 4.3 13 2 0 33 33 2.5 1 5 0 32 32 32.0 9 1 6 0 6 0.7 8 1 4 0 4 0.5 13 3 -9 0 -9 -0.7 6 10 -15 0 -15 -2.5 13 872 3620 1362 4982 383.2 13 878 2517 2798 5315 408.8

No. Yds. Avg. TD Long 11 103 9.4 0 40 1 2 2.0 0 0 12 105 8.8 0 40 12 135 11.2 0 37 No. Yds. Avg. TD Long 21 483 23.0 0 36 10 223 22.3 0 31 6 187 31.2 1 95 5 104 20.8 0 29 1 20 20.0 0 20 1 17 17.0 0 17 44 1034 23.5 1 95 43 952 22.1 0 69 No. Yds. Avg. TD Long 1 15 15.0 0 15 1 15 15.0 0 15 3 156 52.0 2 77 No. Yds. Avg. TD Long 3 12 4.0 1 7 2 5 2.5 0 5 1 19 19.0 0 19 1 24 24.0 1 24 1 0 0.0 0 0 8 60 7.5 2 24 5 -2 -0.4 0 4

All-Purpose Yardage

Player GP Rush Rec. PR KOR IR Tot. Avg/G Greene, Gee Gee 13 877 309 0 187 0 1373 105.6 Copeland, Noah 13 738 91 0 0 0 829 63.8 Reynolds, Keenan 13 649 0 0 0 0 649 49.9 Thomas, Marcus 12 59 0 0 483 0 542 45.2 Lynch, Shawn 13 -9 281 103 0 0 375 28.8 Snelson, Bo 13 273 81 0 20 0 374 28.8 Turner, Brandon 12 0 321 0 0 0 321 26.8 Miller, Trey 8 293 0 0 0 0 293 36.6 Williams-Jenkins, Ryan 13 42 22 0 223 0 287 22.1 Whiteside, Geoffrey 13 111 35 0 104 0 250 19.2 Staten, Darius 12 184 7 0 0 0 191 15.9 Christian, Prentice 9 155 0 0 0 0 155 17.2 Swain, Chris 4 154 0 0 0 0 154 38.5 Bolena, Casey 13 0 141 0 0 0 141 10.8 Aiken, Matt 9 6 61 2 0 0 69 7.7 Howell, John 5 60 9 0 0 0 69 13.8 Polamalu, Maika 9 39 0 0 0 0 39 4.3 Drake, Jordan 13 0 0 0 0 24 24 1.8 Ryder, Wave 13 0 0 0 0 19 19 1.5 Palelei, Evan 13 0 0 0 17 0 17 1.3 Warrick, Matt 13 0 0 0 0 12 12 0.9 Gaines, Parrish 13 0 0 0 0 5 5 0.4 Brown, Demond 8 4 0 0 0 0 4 0.5 Gazaille, Jonathan 12 0 4 0 0 0 4 0.3 TEAM 6 -15 0 0 0 0 -15 -2.5 Total 13 3620 1362 105 1034 60 6181 475.5 Opponents 13 2517 2798 135 952 -2 6400 492.3

Field Goals

Player FGM-A Pct. 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Long Blk Sloan, Nick 10-15 66.7 2-2 3-3 4-7 1-2 0-1 41 0 TOTAL 10-15 66.7 2-2 3-3 4-7 1-2 0-1 41 0 OPPONENTS 17-20 85.0 1-1 8-9 4-5 3-3 1-2 53 0

Field Goal Sequence

Player Navy Opponents Notre Dame (26) (34) Penn State --- --VMI (19), (35) (42) San Jose State --- (29), (19), (32), (43) Air Force (39), (41) 27, 51 Central Michigan (37) (29), (22) Indiana (18) (25), (23, (30) East Carolina --- --Florida Atlantic 45, (20), 51 (53) Troy (27) (25), (23) Texas State 33, 36 (36) Army (31) (41), (21), 37 Arizona State 33 --• Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made

Punting

Player Beltran, Pablo Total Opponents

Kickoffs

Player Amerau, Colin Total Opponents

No. Yds. Avg. Long TB FC I20 Blk 44 1919 43.6 63 6 15 18 0 44 1919 43.6 63 6 15 18 0 37 1482 40.1 65 1 10 8 0 No. Yds. Avg. 63 3827 60.7 63 3827 60.7 67 4168 62.2

TB OB Retn Net YdLn 19 0 19 0 952 38.1 26 22 1 1034 38.6 26

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2012 STATISTICS Defensive Statistics

No. Player GP Solo Ast. Total TFL-Yds. Sacks Int.-Yds. PBU QBH FR FF Blk Saf 51 Warrick, Matt 13 46 47 93 4.5-11 . 3-12 3 . . . . . 9 Bush, Tra’ves 13 49 39 88 1.0-1 . . 5 . 1-15 1 . . 50 French, Brye 13 39 40 79 2.0-3 . . 1 . . . . . 48 Wetzel, Keegan 13 45 34 79 15.0-68 7.0-52 . 1 . 1-0 1 . . 2 Gaines, Parrish 13 42 27 69 2.0-5 . 2-5 2 . . . . . 53 Peterson, Cody 13 28 39 67 2.0-4 . . . . . 1 . . 8 Ryder, Wave 13 28 25 53 . . 1-19 . . . . . . 13 Drake, Jordan 13 25 24 49 4.5-28 2.0-25 1-24 1 . . 1 . . 99 Henderson, Wes 13 20 22 42 5.0-14 3.5-13 . 3 . . 1 . . 17 Bertrand, Kwazel 12 25 14 39 2.0-13 1.0-10 . 4 . 1-0 . . . 23 Ferguson, Chris 9 21 16 37 . . . . . . 1 . . 58 Palelei, Evan 13 18 11 29 1.5-9 0.5-4 . 1 1 . 2 . . 5 Adams, Quincy 10 18 10 28 1.0-3 . 1-0 4 . 1-0 . . . 41 Tate, Josh 13 15 8 23 2.5-12 1.0-9 . . . 1-0 2 . . 69 Dabney, Barry 13 7 14 21 . . . . . 1-0 . . . 97 Ring, Danny 13 9 8 17 2.0-6 1.0-4 . . 1 . . . . 45 Quessenberry, Paul 13 6 11 17 1.5-4 1.0-4 . . . . . . . 59 Dowling-Fitzpatrick, Josh 10 5 9 14 2.5-3 . . . . . . . . 44 Uzoma, Obi 13 4 9 13 1.5-1 . . . . . . . . Bridges, Travis 13 4 9 13 . . . . . . . . . 72 26 Thomas, Marcus 12 7 2 9 . . . . . . 1 . . 83 O’Boyle, John 13 5 3 8 . . . . . . 1 . . 3 Britton, James 13 2 5 7 . . . . . 1-0 . . . 24 Williams-Jenkins, Ryan 13 4 2 6 . . . . . . . . . 77 Sarra, Bernard 8 3 3 6 . . . . . . . . . 89 Gazaille, Jonathan 12 2 3 5 . . . . . . . . . 90 Anthony, Will 13 3 2 5 1.0-3 . . . 1 1-0 . . . 49 Sturdivant, Collin 7 4 1 5 2.0-19 1.0-11 . . . . 1 . . 25 Wev, Jonathan 2 1 4 5 . . . . . . . . . 29 Whiteside, Geoffrey 13 3 1 4 . . . . . 1-0 . . . 91 Davis, Aaron 11 . 4 4 0.5-1 . . . . 1-0 . . . 46 Markovsky, Mike 7 1 3 4 . . . . . . . . . 11 Beltran, Pablo 13 1 2 3 . . . . . . . . . 42 Jamison, George 5 1 2 3 . . . . . . . . . 40 Nurthen, John 13 2 1 3 . . . . . 1-0 . . . 68 Paulson, Ryan 12 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . 22 Krah, Myer 5 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 18 Amerau, Colin 13 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . 4 Snelson, Bo 13 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . 54 Akpunku, A.K. 9 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . 7 White, Shelley 3 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 65 Cabral, Josh 13 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 93 Cardona, Joe 13 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 33 Howell, John 5 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 81 Dudeck, Brendan 5 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 16 Fehr, Jerad 7 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 31 Mauro, Vinnie 7 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 87 Lynch, Shawn 13 1 . 1 . . . . . . 1 . . 19 Reynolds, Keenan 13 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . TM TEAM 6 1 . 1 . . . . . . 1 . . Total 13 504 463 967 54-208 18-132 8-60 25 3 11-15 15 . . Opponents 13 546 460 1006 66.0-288 24-170 5--2 16 1 14-156 12 . .

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2012 GAME RECAPS Game 1 • NOTRE DAME 50, NAVY 10 Sept. 1, 2012 | DUBLIN, IRELAND AVIVA Stadium | 48,820

• Notre Dame rushed for 293 yards and five touchdowns, while Navy turned it

over four times as the Fighting Irish scored a 50-10 victory in front of 48,820 fans at Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland. • Theo Riddick rushed for 107 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries, while George Atkinson III carried the ball nine times for 99 yards and two touchdowns to pace the Irish rushing attack. • The Mids trailed Notre Dame 20-0 late in the second quarter when they drove 75 yards in 13 plays setting up a second-and-one from the Notre Dame 16-yard line. Junior quarterback Trey Miller dropped back to pass and lost control of the football before his arm came forward. Notre Dame’s Stephon Tuitt picked up the loose ball and rumbled 77 yards for a touchdown to give the Irish an insurmountable 27-0 lead. • Navy drove right back down the field against the Notre Dame defense, moving 74 yards in 10 plays, with freshman kicker Nick Sloan nailing a 26-yard field goal at the end of the half to cut Notre Dame’s lead to 27-3. • The Mids pulled to within 27-10 on the first drive of the second half as Miller completed three-consecutive passes for 75 yards, the final one a 25-yard touchdown strike to Shawn Lynch. • With the momentum starting to swing back in Navy’s favor the Mids desperately needed the defense to come up with a stop, but instead the Irish moved 87 yards in 12 plays with Atkinson scoring from the three to make it 33-10 and squashing Navy’s comeback hopes. • Miller completed 14 of his 19 pass attempts for 192 yards with one touchdown and one interception. Lynch had four catches for 87 yards and a touchdown, while Casey Bolena caught three passes for 61 yards. Senior

fullback Prentice Christian carried the ball twice for 39 yards to lead the Navy rushing attack. • Parrish Gaines led the Navy defense with a career-high 12 tackles and his first-career interception. Tra’ves Bush added eight tackles and a tackle for a loss, while Chris Ferguson, Jordan Drake and Brye French had seven stops each. Score By Quarters Notre Dame (1-0) Navy (0-1)

1 2 3 4 F 13 14 13 10 -- 50 0 3 7 0 -- 10

Scoring Summary 1 9:12 ND Riddick 11-yd run (Tausch PAT failed) 1 3:02 ND G. Atkinson 56-yd run (Tausch PAT) 2 11:20 ND Eifert 5-yd pass from Golson (Tausch PAT) 2 2:12 ND Tuitt 77-yd fumble recovery (Tausch PAT) 2 0:00 Navy Sloan 26-yd field goal 3 14:03 Navy Lynch 25-yd pass from Miller (Sloan PAT) 3 8:45 ND G. Atkinson 3-yd run (Turk 2pt conv. failed) 3 4:06 ND Riddick 3-yd run (Tausch PAT) 4 5:54 ND Tausch 34-yd field goal 4 0:39 ND Toma 9-yd run (Tausch PAT)

11-75, 5:48 4-70, 1:59 10-80, 3:32 --10-74, 2:12 3-75, 0:57 12-87, 5:18 7-49, 3:07 7-42, 3:53 8-68, 3:48

Team Stats Notre Dame Navy FIRST DOWNS 27 19 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 46-293 40-149 PASSING YARDS (NET) 197 192 Passes Comp-Att-Int 16-23-1 14-20-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 69-490 60-341 Fumble Returns-Yards 1-77 (TD) 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1-11 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 1-13 7-164 Interception Returns-Yards 1-0 1-5 Punts (Number-Avg.) 2-33.0 4-46.2 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 5-3 Penalties-Yards 4-30 2-15 Time of Possession 33:37 26:23 Third-Down Conversions 7-10 4-9 Fourth-Down Conversions 0-0 0-1 Individual Leaders Rushing: Notre Dame - Riddick 19-107, G. Atkinson 9-99, McDaniel 9-59, Hendrix 6-20, Toma 1-9, D. Neal 1-7, Golson 1-(-8). Navy - Christian 2-39, Greene 3-33, Copeland 6-29, Snelson 2-21, Miller 20-16, Staten 2-9, Howell 1-4, Lynch 1-1, Reynolds 3-(-3). Passing (Comp-Att-Int, Yds): Notre Dame - Golson 12-18-1, 144, Hendrix 4-5-0, 53. Navy - Miller 14-19-1, 192, Reynolds 0-1-0, 0. Receiving: Notre Dame - Eifert 4-22, Daniels 2-49, Riddick 2-25, TJ Jones 2-24, Niklas 1-29, Koyack 1-23, McDaniel 1-20, Ferguson 1-9, D. Smith 1-1, D. Neal 1-(-5). Navy - Lynch 4-87, Bolena 3-61, Copeland 3-11, Greene 1-11, Howell 1-9, Snelson 1-9, Gazaille 1-4. Interceptions: Notre Dame - Te’o 1-0. Navy - Gaines 1-5. Sacks (#Yds): Notre Dame - Tuitt 1.0-5, Schwenke 1.0-9, Shembo 1.0-4. Navy Wetzel 1.0-8, Quessenberry 0.5-0, Ring 0.5-1. Tackles (UA-A): Notre Dame - Jackson 7, Fox 7, Te’o 6, Russell 5, Motta 4, Grace 4, Ish. Williams 4. Navy - Gaines 12, Bush 8, Ferguson 7, Drake 7, French 7.

Parrish Gaines recorded a career-high 12 tackles and picked off his first-career pass in Navy’s loss to Notre Dame in Dublin.

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2012 GAME RECAPS Game 2 • PENN STATE 34, NAVY 7 Sept. 15, 2012 | UNIVERSITY PARK, PA. BEAVER Stadium | 98,792

• Navy committed four turnovers and seven penalties, while Penn State

quarterback Matt McGloin threw four touchdown passes, three to Allen Robinson, to lead the Nittany Lions to a 34-7 victory in front of 98,792 fans at Beaver Stadium. • The Mids fell behind 14-0 in the first quarter as McGloin hit Jesse James with a two-yard touchdown pass and Robinson with a 45-yard scoring strike. • The Lions made it 20-0 midway through the second quarter when McGloin hit Robinson again, this time from two yards out. • Navy had success moving the ball against the Penn State defense, but critical errors at inopportune times short circuited one drive after another. • With Navy down 14-0 in the first, the Mids drove from their own 25 down to the Penn State five, but on third down Navy was whistled for a false start and then junior quarterback Trey Miller threw a pass up for grabs that was intercepted by linebacker Gerald Hodges. • The Mids picked up a first down on the next drive, but that drive was thwarted by a Miller fumble and the final drive of the half ended at the Navy 38 when the clock expired. • Navy was still in the game in the third quarter down just 20-0 and again wasted golden opportunities. On the first drive, Navy drove to the Penn State 30, but Miller lost five yards on first down when he was hit in the backfield before he had a chance to make a play and on fourth down, Miller was sacked and fumbled. • On the Mids’ next possession, they moved down to the Penn State 29, but on third-and-16 Miller scrambled away from three Penn State defenders and

made a perfect throw to junior wide receiver Casey Bolena at the one-yard line, but Bolena dropped the ball when trying to make the diving catch. On fourth down, Miller was sacked for a loss of 21 yards and four play later McGloin hit Robinson with a 25-yard TD strike to make it 27-0. • Navy’s only touchdown came early in the fourth quarter when senior slot back Gee Gee Greene scored off a 12-yard run. • Greene was Navy’s leading rusher with 70 yards and a touchdown on eight carries. Senior slot back John Howell carried the ball four times for 37 yards, while freshman quarterback Keenan Reynolds, who led Navy on its only touchdown drive of the day, ran the ball eight times for 34 yards. • Miller was 6-for-13 passing for 17 yards, while Reynolds completed four of his five pass attempts for 44 yards. Bolena was the leading receiver with five catches for 30 yards, while junior Shawn Lynch and senior Brandon Turner each had two. • Senior outside linebacker Keegan Wetzel led the Navy defense with seven tackles and a sack. Senior linebacker Matt Warrick recorded six tackles and half a tackle for a loss, while senior linebacker Brye French also had six tackles. Score By Quarters Navy (0-2) Penn State (1-2)

1 2 3 4 F 0 0 0 7 -- 7 14 6 7 7 -- 34

Scoring Summary 1 11:25 PSU James 2-yd pass from McGloin (Ficken PAT) 7-72, 3:31 1 6:40 PSU Robinson 45-yd pass from McGloin (Ficken PAT) 4-57, 2:12 2 8:59 PSU Robinson 2-yd pass from McGloin (Ficken PAT failed) 14-90, 6:52 3 2:23 PSU Robinson 25-yd pass from McGloin (Ficken PAT) 4-44, 1:44 4 14:13 PSU Hull 74-yd fumble recovery (Ficken PAT) --4 10:03 Navy Greene 12-yd run (Sloan PAT) 10-75, 4:10 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

Navy Penn State 22 16 60-245 28-110 126 231 13-23-1 13-21-0 83-371 49-341 1-74 (TD) 0-0 2-4 0-0 2-45 2-38 0-0 1-0 1-44.0 3-35.3 3-3 1-0 7-41 5-46 36:23 23:33 4-15 3-8 5-8 1-2

Individual Leaders Rushing: Navy - Greene 8-70, Howell 4-37, Reynolds 8-34, Snelson 3-29, Miller 1821, Staten 2-19, Christian 7-17, Copeland 7-15, Polamalu 1-3, Hendrick 2-0. Penn State - Zordich 11-50, Dukes 11-47, McGloin 6-13. Passing (Comp-Att-Int, Yds): Navy - Miller 6-13-1, 17, Reynolds 4-5-0, 44, Hendrick 2-3-0, 32, Bolena 1-2-0, 33. Penn State - McGloin 13-21-0, 231. Receiving: Navy - Bolena 5-30, Lynch 2-39, Turner 2-30, Snelson 1-21, Staten 1-7, Whiteside 1-4, Copeland 1-(-5). Penn State - Robinson 5-136, Zordich 2-25, Williams 1-24, Carter 1-13, Moseby-Felder 1-12, Gilliam 1-12, Jones 1-7, James 1-2. Interceptions: Navy - None. Penn State - Hodges 1-0. Sacks (#Yds): Navy - Wetzel 1.0-5. Penn State - Zettel 2.0-15, Barnes 1.0-0, Mauti 1.0-21. Tackles (UA-A): Navy - Wetzel 7, French 6, Warrick 6, Adams 5 , Ferguson 5. Penn State - Mauti 12, Obeng-Agyapon 9, Carson 7, Fagnano 6 , Morris 6, Zettel 6.

Outside linebacker Keegan Wetzel recorded seven tackles and a sack in Navy’s loss at Penn State.

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2012 GAME RECAPS Game 3 • NAVY 41, VMI 3

Sept. 22, 2012 | ANNAPOLIS, MD. NAVY-MARINE CORPS MEMORIAL Stadium | 35,671 • Junior quarterback Trey Miller rushed for a career-high 116 yards and

a career-high three touchdowns on 17 carries, while sophomore fullback Noah Copeland rushed for a career-high 126 yards on 20 carries to help lead Navy to a 41-3 victory over VMI in front of 35,671 fans at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in the home opener. The crowd was a NavyMarine Corps Memorial Stadium record for a home opener. • The Mids were sloppy early on as Miller lost two fumbles. The score was tied at three late in the first half when Miller broke through with a seven-yard touchdown run and then, after the defense forced a punt, rookie kicker Nick Sloan drilled a 35-yard field goal to put the Mids up 13-3 at the half. • Navy went up 20-3 early in the third quarter on a one-yard run by Miller and then put the game away in the fourth on a 40-yard touchdown run by Miller, a seven-yard interception return for a touchdown by senior linebacker Matt Warrick and a 21-yard touchdown run by sophomore fullback Maika Polamalu. • The defense was stout all day, allowing just 90 yards rushing and 222 yards of total offense. It marked the first time since the 2009 Army-Navy game (Navy won 17-3) the defense has not allowed a touchdown. • Senior linbacker Brye French led the defense with eight tackles, while senior safety Tra’ves Bush recorded seven stops and a pass break-up. Keegan Wetzel was in on five tackles, including his third sack in as many games, while Wes Henderson had five tackles, including a half a sack. Freshman corner Quincy Adams picked off his first career pass, a onehanded snag that was one of the best interceptions by a Navy player in the last 20 years. • The Mids racked up 510 yards of total offense, including 403 yards on the ground. Score By Quarters VMI (1-3) Navy (1-2)

Sacks (#Yds): VMI - Jones 1.0-7. Navy - Wetzel 1.0-7, Drake 1.0-12, Henderson 0.5-4, Palelei 0.5-4. Tackles (UA-A): VMI - Staib 11, Smith 8, Garvin 7, Reber 7, Jones 5. Navy - French 8, Bush 7, Wetzel 5, Henderson 5, Warrick 4, Sturdivant 4, Drake 4, Ferguson 4.

1 2 3 4 F 3 0 0 0 -- 3 3 10 7 21 -- 41

Scoring Summary 1 8:29 VMI J. Sexton 42-yd field goal 1 2:37 Navy Sloan 19-yd field goal 2 3:12 Navy Miller 7-yd run (Sloan PAT) 2 0:10 Navy Sloan 35-yd field goal 3 2:13 Navy Miller 1-yd run (Sloan PAT) 4 13:40 Navy Miller 40-yd run (Sloan PAT) 4 6:50 Navy Warrick 7-yd interception return (Sloan PAT) 4 3:08 Navy Polamalu 21-yd run (Sloan 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

10-41, 4:27 10-82, 5:52 7-77, 3:15 9-39, 2:00 8-66, 3:34 4-79, 1:45 --3-53, 1:07

VMI Navy 12 27 32-90 51-403 132 107 16-31-2 7-14-0 63-222 65-510 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-42 4-55 2-42 0-0 2-7 (TD) 7-36.9 3-46.0 2-0 3-2 7-67 7-52 31:33 28:27 5-15 5-9 0-1 0-0

Fullback Noah Copeland rushed for a career-high 126 yards in Navy’s 41-3 victory over VMI.

Individual Leaders Rushing: VMI - Turner 16-67, Watts 4-24, Ziglar 4-9, Augustine 3-7, Shirley 2-4, Kordenbrock 3-(-21). Navy - Copeland 20-126, Miller 17-116, Greene 8-79, Thomas 2-26, Staten 1-21, Polamalu 1-21, Snelson 1-8, Christian 1-6. Passing (Comp-Att-Int, Yds): VMI - Kordenbrock 9-16-2, 78, Augustine 7-15-0, 54. Navy - Miller 7-14-0, 107. Receiving: VMI - Turner 6-38, Ross 3-39, Lewis 3-33, Rogers 3-10, Temoney 1-12. Navy - Turner 3-35, Greene 2-46, Lynch 1-15, Copeland 1-11. Interceptions: VMI - None. Navy - Adams 1-0, Warrick 1-7 (TD).

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2012 GAME RECAPS Game 4 • SAN JOSE STATE 12, NAVY 0 Sept. 29, 2012 | ANNAPOLIS, MD. NAVY-MARINE CORPS MEMORIAL Stadium | 32,375

• Freshman kicker Austin Lopez booted four field goals and the San Jose

State defense held Navy to 144 yards of total offense to lead the Spartans to a 12-0 victory over the Midshipmen in front of 32,375 fans at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. • It marked the first time Navy had been shut out since Oct. 14, 2006, when Rutgers won at Navy, 34-0. The 144 yards of total offense was the lowest output by a Navy team since Nov. 16, 2002, when the Mids gained just 82 yards of total offense against Connecticut. • Navy won the opening toss and moved right down the field going from its own 25-yard line down to the San Jose 12, but on third-and-five, junior quarterback Trey Miller was stripped of the ball and it was recovered by San Jose State on the nine. It was Miller’s seventh lost fumble in four games and it was the third straight game where he lost a fumble in the red zone in the first quarter. • The Navy defense was tough all day, holding the Spartans to 388 yards, including just 108 yards on the ground on 42 carries. • Lopez kicked a 29-yard field goal in the second quarter, a 19-yard field goal in the third quarter and 32 and 43-yard field goals in the fourth quarter to provide the margin of victory. • Sophomore corner Parrish Gaines led the Mids with 12 tackles, while senior linebacker Brye French added nine tackles and a tackle for a loss. Junior safety Wave Ryder recorded nine stops, while freshman corner

Quincy Adams had seven tackles and a tackle for a loss. Senior linebacker Matt Warrick had seven tackles, assisted on a tackle for a loss and picked off his second pass in as many games. • Miller was Navy’s leading rusher with 28 yards on 14 carries. Sophomore fullback Noah Copeland carried the ball eight times for 20 yards. Miller completed four out of his nine pass attempts for 41 yards with one interception. Senior wide receiver Brandon Turner had three catches for 35 yards. Score By Quarters San Jose State (4-1) Navy (1-3)

1 2 3 4 F 0 3 3 6 -- 12 0 0 0 0 -- 0

Scoring Summary 2 10:48 SJSU Lopez 29-yd field goal 3 7:52 SJSU Lopez 19-yd field goal 4 12:55 SJSU Lopez 32-yd field goal 4 7:46 SJSU Lopez 43-yd field goal 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

11-68, 4:52 14-73, 7:08 10-58, 3:50 6-19, 3:01 SJSU Navy 24 11 42-108 38-70 280 74 30-36-1 7-13-1 78-388 51-144 0-0 0-0 1-8 1-17 0-0 3-62 1-0 1-5 2-40.0 5-49.2 0-0 1-1 4-40 0-0 36:19 23:41 9-16 3-13 0-1 1-3

Individual Leaders Rushing: San Jose State - Eskridge 19-59, Ervin 11-56, Jurich 2-9, Team 3-(-3), Fales 7-(-13). Navy - Miller 14-28, Copeland 8-20, Howell 1-19, Greene 6-13, Snelson 4-9, Thomas 1-(-2), Lynch 1-(-4), Reynolds 3-(-13). Passing (Comp-Att-Int, Yds): San Jose State - Fales 29-34-1, 276, Nunn 0-1-0, 0, Jurich 1-1-0, 4. Navy - Miller 4-9-1, 41, Reynolds 3-4-0, 33. Receiving: San Jose State - Otten 8-94, Nunn 8-62, Grigsby 6-77, Eskridge 4-37, Ervin 3-6, Jones 1-4. Navy - Turner 3-35, Copeland 2-27, Snelson 1-9, Lynch 1-3. Interceptions: San Jose State - Ogburn 1-0. Navy - Warrick 1-5. Sacks (#Yds): San Jose State - 1.5-7 Johnson, 1.5-6, Tuitupou, Larceval 1.0-10, Popovich 1.0-9. Navy - Drake 1.0-13, Henderson 1.0-7, Tate 1.0-9. Tackles (UA-A): San Jose State - Fasavalu 9, Buhagiar 8, Johnson 8, Ogburn 7, Muaava 6. Navy - Gaines 12, French 9, Ryder 9, Adams 7, Warrick 7.

Brye French recorded nine tackles, including a tackle for a loss, as the Navy defense held San Jose State to just four fields goals.

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2012 GAME RECAPS Game 5 • NAVY 28, AIR FORCE 21 (OT) OCT. 6, 2012 | COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. FALCON Stadium | 38,927

• Freshman quarterback Keenan Reynolds came off the bench for an injured

Trey Miller and led the Mids to 15 consecutive points as Navy rallied for a 28-21 overtime victory over Air Force in front of 38,927 fans at Falcon Stadium. • The Mids trailed 21-13 with 9:03 remaining when Reynolds came on for Miller, who had reinjured his left ankle on the previous series. • Reynolds hit senior wide receiver Brandon Turner for seven yards on first down and 10 from his own 25 and then threw a swing pass to senior slot back Gee Gee Greene for 35 yards to move the ball down to the 33. • After sophomore fullback Noah Copeland picked up three yards on first down, Reynolds hit junior wide receiver Casey Bolena for 13 yards and a first down at the Air Force 17. • Copeland ran for two yards on first down and then Reynolds ran it in from 15 yards out on second down to pull the Mids to within two points. • The Mids went for two and Reynolds pitched to Copeland, who broke one tackle before diving into the end zone to tie the game. • Navy got the ball first in overtime where it moved the necessary 25 yards in seven plays, scoring the go-ahead touchdown when sophomore guard Jake Zuzek fell on a fumbled snap between Reynolds and sophomore center Tanner Fleming in the end zone for a touchdown. • The Navy defense, which had forced three turnovers in the first half, stood strong again in overtime as sophomore outside linebacker Josh Tate dropped Cody Getz for a gain of two on first down, senior safety Tra’ves Bush and senior linebacker Brye French stopped quarterback Connor

Dietz for a gain of three on second down and then senior linebacker Matt Warrick tripped up Dietz for a loss of one on third down. On fourth-and-six from the 21, senior defensive end Wes Henderson knocked down the Dietz pass as the Navy bench stormed the field. • Miller led the Mids with 110 yards on 18 carries, while Copeland rushed for 84 yards and a touchdown on 21 carries. Greene ran for 58 yards on nine carries. • Bush led the Mids in tackles with 12 and recovered a fumble, while Warrick had 11 stops, including two for a loss. Junior linebacker Cody Peterson recorded a career-best 10 stops and a tackle for a loss. • Senior outside linebacker Keegan Wetzel and freshman corner Quincy Adams each had a fumble recovery. • Freshman kicker Nick Sloan was perfect on the day, making all three extrapoints and going two-for-two on field goals (39 and 41 yards.) His careerlong 41-yard field goal into the wind with 9:03 in the game cut the Air Force lead to 14-13. Score By Quarters Navy (2-3) Air Force (2-3)

1 0 7

2 10 0

3 0 7

4 11 7

OT 7 0

F 28 21

Scoring Summary 1 13:31 AF Coleman 35-yd pass from Dietz (Herrington PAT) 4-75, 1:29 2 14:55 Navy Sloan 39-yd field goal 10-58, 5:18 2 7:55 Navy Copeland 5-yd run (Sloan PAT) 7-61, 3:40 3 0:37 AF Getz 21-yd run (Herrington PAT) 14-83, 5:13 4 9:38 Navy Sloan 41-yd field goal 12-56, 5:53 4 9:03 AF Coleman 54-yd pass from Strickland (Herrington PAT) 2-69, 0:28 4 6:35 Navy Reynolds 15-yd run (Copeland rush) 6-75, 2:28 OT --- Navy Zuzek 0-yd fumble recovery (Sloan PAT) 6-25, --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

Navy Air Force 19 26 54-285 64-363 74 144 6-6-0 9-13-0 60-359 77-507 1-15 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-35 4-113 0-0 0-0 6-41.7 1-36.0 1-0 4-3 5-40 1-10 31:35 28:25 2-10 8-14 0-0 1-3

Individual Leaders Rushing: Navy - Miller 18-110, Copeland 21-84, Greene 9-58, Reynolds 3-22, Thomas 1-10, Christian 2-1, Zuzek 0-0. Air Force - Getz 29-204, Dietz 10-52, Lee 1037, MacArthur 4-32, Hart 3-22, Cobb 6-16, Strickland 2-0. Passing (Comp-Att-Int, Yds): Navy - Reynolds 3-3-0, 55, Miller 3-3-0, 19. Air Force - Dietz 8-12-0, 9-0, Strickland 1-1-0, 54. Receiving: Navy - Bolena 2-16, Greene 1-35, Aiken 1-11, Turner 1-7, Copeland 1-5. Air Force - Coleman 4-106, MacArthur 4-30, Jordan 1-8. Interceptions: Navy - None. Air Force - None. Sacks (#Yds): Navy - None. Air Force - None. Tackles (UA-A): Navy - Bush 12, Warrick 11, Peterson 10, Ferguson 8, DowlingFitzpatrick 7, Tate 7. Air Force - Niklas 13, Spears 12, Means 10, Chambers 9, Lindsay 7.

Freshman quarterback Keenan Reynolds came off the bench in the fourth quarter and rallied Navy to a 28-21 overtime victory over Service Academy rival Air Force.

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2012 GAME RECAPS Game 6 • NAVY 31, CENTRAL MICHIGAN 13 OCT. 12, 2012 | MOUNT PLEASANT, MICH. KELLY/SHORTS Stadium | 15,074

• Freshman quarterback Keenan Reynolds threw for 134 yards and three

touchdowns and ran for 59 more yards to lead Navy to a 31-13 victory over Central Michigan. • Reynolds, who was the first freshman to start at quarterback at Navy since Jim Kubiak in 1991, is the first Navy quarterback to throw three touchdowns since Chris McCoy against Colgate in 1991. • Navy won the coin toss and elected to receive with Reynolds promptly driving the Mids 74 yards on eight plays. On the first play of the game he hit senior slot back Bo Snelson for 26 yards and on the final play of the drive he hit senior wide receiver Brandon Turner with a 23-yard touchdown strike to put the Mids up 7-0. • After a Central Michigan field goal, Reynolds led Navy on a 66-yard drive, this time hitting senior slot back Gee Gee Greene with a 19-yard touchdown pass to make the score 14-3. • Central Michigan cut Navy’s lead to 17-13 thanks to a touchdown right before the end of the half, followed by a field goal on the first drive of the third quarter. Navy, however, answered with an 11-play, 61-yard drive that ate up 5:29 on the clock as senior fullback Prentice Christian scored his first career touchdown from two yards out to push the Mids’ lead to 24-13. • After the Navy defense held the CMU offense to a three-and-out, Reynolds hit Greene with a 41-yard touchdown pass on the first play to make the score 31-13. • Sophomore fullback Noah Copeland led the Mids in rushing with 70 yards on 15 carries, while Christian tacked on 64 yards on 13 carries. • The Navy defense was sensational all night, playing perhaps its best game of the year against the high-powered Chippewa attack. • Navy held Central Michigan to 221 yards of total offense, including just 70 on the ground. CMU managed just 12 first downs against the Mids.

• Sophomore corner Parrish Gaines led Navy with seven tackles and a tackle for a loss, while senior safety Tra’ves Bush recorded six tackles. Senior outside linebacker Keegan Wetzel was in on five tackles, two tackles for a loss, a sack and a pass break-up, while senior defensive end Wes Henderson recorded four tackles, two tackles for a loss, a sack and a pass break-up. Score By Quarters Navy (3-3) Central Michigan (2-4)

1 14 3

2 3 7

3 14 3

4 0 -- 0 --

Scoring Summary 1 9:12 ND Riddick 11-yd run (Tausch PAT failed) 1 11:43 Navy Turner 23-yd pass from Reynolds (Sloan PAT) 1 8:32 CMU Harman 29-yd field goal 1 3:49 Navy Greene 19-yd pass from Reynolds (Sloan PAT) 2 3:10 Navy Sloan 37-yd field goal 2 0:56 CMU Davis 29-yd pass from Radcliff (Harman PAT) 3 9:37 CMU Harman 22-yd field goal 3 4:08 Navy Christian 2-yd run (Sloan PAT) 3 2:53 Navy Greene 41-yd pass from Reynolds (Sloan 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

F 31 13

11-75, 5:48 8-74, 3:17 6-10, 3:11 11-66, 4:43 12-46, 4:56 6-75, 2:14 11-70, 5:23 11-61, 5:29 1-41, 0:06

Navy C. Michigan 22 12 62-238 22-70 134 151 6-11-0 13-22-0 3-372 44-221 0-0 0-0 2-12 1-5 4-105 4-148 0-0 0-0 3-46.0 5-44.2 1-0 1-0 2-15 3-15 35:47 24:13 7-16 2-10 5-5 0-1

Individual Leaders Rushing: Navy - Copeland 15-70, Christian 13-64, Reynolds 24-59, Greene 7-39, Snelson 1-3, Polamalu 1-2, Thomas 1-1. C. Michigan - Tipton 11-55, Lavallii 5-33, Garland 1-2, Kater 2-1, Radcliff 3-(-21). Passing (Comp-Att-Int, Yds): Navy - Reynolds 6-11-0, 134. C. Michigan - Radcliff 11-19-0, 139, Kater 2-3-0, 12 Receiving: Navy - Greene 2-60, Turner 2-42, Snelson 1-26, Lynch 1-6. C. Michigan - Tipton 4-36, Wilson 3-35, Davis 2-48, Phillips 2-12, Lavallii 1-12, Williams 1-8. Interceptions: Navy - None. C. Michigan - None. Sacks (#Yds): Navy - Wetzel 1.0-6, Henderson 1.0-1, Quessenberry 0.5-4, Ring 0.53. C. Michigan - Cunningham 1.0-13, Addae 1.0-7. Tackles (UA-A): Navy - Gaines 7, Bush 6, Warrick 5, Wetzel 5, Peterson 4, Henderson 4. C. Michigan - Benton 14, Cherocci 14, Cunningham 12, Frazier 11, Lopez 10.

Wes Henderson recorded four tackles, two tackles for a loss, a sack and broke up a pass in Navy’s 31-13 victory over Central Michigan

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2012 GAME RECAPS Game 7 • NAVY 31, INDIANA 30 OCT. 20, 2012 | ANNAPOLIS, MD. NAVY-MARINE CORPS MEMORIAL Stadium | 33,441

• Navy scored 10 points over the final 5:30 to come from behind and shock

Indiana, 31-30, in front of 33,441 fans on Homecoming at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. • It was the first win by Navy over a Big Ten opponent since winning at Illinois in 1979 and the first win over a Big Ten opponent in Annapolis since defeating Purdue in 1926. • Indiana had taken a 30-21 lead with 12:18 remaining in the game on a threeyard touchdown run by Tevin Coleman. • The Mids took the ensuing kickoff and moved 74 yards on 16 plays, but had to settle for an 18-yard field goal by freshman kicker Nick Sloan after freshman quarterback Keenan Reynolds was stopped on third-and-goal from the one. • The Navy defense stood tall on Indiana’s next possession and forced a three-and-out giving the Mids the ball back with 4:58 remaining. • Reynolds calmly led Navy on a nine-play, 72-yard drive with senior slot back Gee Gee Greene coming up big on the drive with a 21-yard catch and a 22-yard run. • On third-and-goal from the Indiana three, offensive coordinator Ivin Jasper called for the pass play he had been waiting all day to call and Reynolds hit a wide open Matt AIken in the end zone for the touchdown. Sloan came on to make the extra-point and Navy led 31-30 with 2:02 left. • Following an incompletion on first down, Indiana quarterback Cameron Coffman was intercepted by sophomore corner Parrish Gaines on second down setting off a wild celebration.

• Reynolds led the Navy offense with 66 yards rushing and a touchdown on 17 carries, while completing eight of his 13 pass attempts for 96 yards and a touchdown. • Greene ran for 88 yards on 15 carries and had two catches for 35 yards, while senior slot back Bo Snelson recorded a carer-high 53 yards rushing on seven carries. • Sophomore outside linebacker Jordan Drake might have had the play of the day for the Mids, intercepting Coffman in the second quarter and returning it 24 yards for a touchdown. The Mids had trailed 17-7 at the time. Drake led the team, along with senior outside linebacker Keegan Wetzel, with eight tackles. Three of Wetzel’s eight tackles were tackles for a loss. Freshman corner Kwazel Bertand was in on seven stops and he had two pass break-ups, while junior safety Wave Ryder had seven tackles as well. Score By Quarters Indiana (2-5) Navy (4-3)

1 2 3 4 F 10 10 3 7 - 30 0 14 7 10 - 31

Scoring Summary 1 10:28 IU Ewald 25-yd field goal 1 4:31 IU Houston 1-yd run (Ewald PAT) 2 13:32 Navy Reynolds 2-yd run (Sloan PAT) 2 7:15 IU Roberts 3-yd run (Ewald PAT) 2 3:00 Navy Drake 24-yd interception return (Sloan PAT) 2 0:00 IU Ewald 23-yd field goal 3 7:37 Navy Staten 17-yd run (Sloan PAT) 3 3:43 IU Ewald 30-yd field goal 4 12:18 IU Coleman 3-yd run (Ewald PAT) 4 5:30 Navy Sloan 18-yd field goal 4 2:02 Navy Aiken 4-yd pass from Reynolds (Sloan 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

12-67, 4:32 8-50, 2:42 12-69, 5:59 16-72, 6:17 --13-63, 3:00 11-79, 5:00 13-58, 3:54 9-80, 3:20 16-74, 6:48 9-72, 2:46

Indiana Navy 26 25 40-173 57-257 244 96 25-38-2 8-13-0 78-417 70-353 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-89 2-46 0-0 2-24 (TD) 2-43.5 3-42.0 1-0 2-0 5-44 2-10 26:42 33:18 7-13 6-12 2-2 0-1

Individual Leaders Rushing: Indiana - Houston 21-82, Roberts 9-50, Coleman 7-29, Coffman 3-12. Navy - Greene 15-88, Reynolds 17-66, Snelson 7-53, Copeland 12-31, Staten 3-23, Team 3-(-4). Passing (Comp-Att-Int, Yds): Indiana - Coffman 25-37-2, 244, Team 0-1-0, 0. Navy - Reynolds 8-13-0, 96. Receiving: Indiana - Wynn 7-76, Hughes 7-73, Latimer 3-34, Bolser 2-27, Stoner 2-19, Roberts 2-12, Love III 1-6, Wilson 1-(-3). Navy - Greene 2-35, Aiken 2-20, Turner 2-18, Lynch 1-12, Bolena 1-11. Interceptions: Indiana - None. Navy - Drake 1-24 (TD), Gaines 1-0. Sacks (#Yds): Indiana - None. Navy - None. Tackles (UA-A): Indiana - Heban 13, Dahlstrom 9, Cooper 8, Phillis 8, Hardin 7. Navy - Drake 8, Wetzel 8, Bertrand 7, Ryder 7, Bush 6, Warrick 6, Peterson 6.

Sophomore outside linebacker Jordan Drake’s 24-yard interception return for a touchdown in the second quarter changed the momentum in Navy’s 31-30 victory.

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2012 GAME RECAPS Game 8 • NAVY 56, EAST CAROLINA 28 OCT. 27, 2012 | GREENVILLE, N.C. DOWDY-FICKLEN Stadium | 48,327

• Freshman quarterback Keenan Reynolds tallied 132 yards of total offense

and five touchdowns, while senior slot back Gee Gee Greene rushed for a career-high 131 yards on 14 carries as Navy rolled to a 56-28 victory over East Carolina in front of an announced crowd of 48,327 at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium in Greenville. • Reynolds directed Navy to seven touchdowns on the eight drives he was in at quarterback. He carried the ball 10 times for a career-high 81 yards and three touchdowns, while completing three of his five pass attempts for 51 yards and two touchdowns. • Greene averaged 9.4 yards per carry as the Navy slot backs combined for 350 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 40 carries (8.8 yards per carry). • The defense stepped up as well against the potent East Carolina offensive attack. Senior outside linebacker Keegan Wetzel recorded a career-high nine tackles, with two sacks and 2.5 tackles for a loss, while senior safety Tra’ves Bush was also in on nine tackles. • Navy led by just seven points at the half (21-14), but put the game away in the third quarter, outscoring the Pirates 21-0. Reynolds scored on a twoyard touchdown run on the opening drive of the third quarter and on the ensuing kickoff, junior Shawn Lynch forced a fumble that was recovered by sophomore Geoffrey Whiteside. Four plays later, Reynolds hit junior wide receiver Casey Bolena with a 15-yard scoring strike and the rout was on. • Navy piled up 563 yards of total offense, including 512 yards on the ground. The Navy defense held ECU to 338 yards of total offense.

Score By Quarters Navy (5-3) East Carolina (5-4)

1 2 3 4 F 14 7 21 14 - 56 0 14 0 14 - 28

Scoring Summary 1 11:12 Navy Thomas 17-yd run (Sloan PAT) 1 4:23 Navy Copeland 5-yd run (Sloan PAT) 2 14:54 ECU Hardy 9-yd pass from Carden (Harvey PAT) 2 6:55 ECU Bullock 2-yd run (Harvey PAT) 2 2:04 Navy Reynolds 1-yd run (Sloan PAT) 3 10:10 Navy Reynolds 2-yd run (Sloan PAT) 3 8:09 Navy Bolena 15-yd pass from Reynolds (Sloan PAT) 3 2:35 Navy Reynolds 1-yd run (Sloan PAT) 4 14:53 ECU Cooper 15-yd run (Harvey PAT) 4 13:28 Navy Whiteside 20-yd pass from Reynolds (Sloan PAT) 4 12:36 Navy Williams-Jenkins 33-yd run (Sloan PAT) 4 7:23 ECU Bullock 5-yd run (Harvey 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

8-61, 2:45 7-59, 3:44 12-75, 4:29 10-96, 4:06 11-75, 4:51 10-75, 5:00 4-29, 1:51 9-71, 4:11 8-70, 2:42 3-57, 1:25 1-33, 0:07 15-75, 5:13

Navy E. Carolina 32 20 69-512 33-144 51 194 3-5-1 19-29-1 74-563 62-338 0-0 0-0 3-21 0-0 9-553 5-298 1-0 1-4 0-0.0 4-52.5 0-0 1-1 3-40 7-78 35:27 24:33 6-8 4-9 2-2 2-2

Individual Leaders Rushing: Navy - Greene 14-131, Reynolds 10-81, Snelson 9-67, Whiteside 7-55, Copeland 8-51, Williams-Jenkins 3-42, Staten 4-30, Thomas 2-21, Christian 5-19, Polamalu 3-13, Brown 1-4, Miller 1-2, Team 2-(-4). E. Carolina - Cooper 18-121, Bullock 7-37, Dobson 1-4, Pasut 1-1, Team 1-(-5), Carden 5-(-14). Passing (Comp-Att-Int, Yds): Navy - Reynolds 3-5-1, 51. E. Carolina - Carden 19-29-1, 194. Receiving: Navy - Whiteside 1-20, Greene 1-16, Bolena 1-15. E. Carolina - Hardy 6-31, Cooper 4-26, Webster 3-44, Dobson 2-23, Jones 1-36, Harris 1-21, Bodenheimer 1-10, Bullock 1-3. Interceptions: Navy - Warrick 1-0. E. Carolina - Thompson 1-4. Sacks (#Yds): Navy - Wetzel 2.0-18, Sturdivant 1.0-11. E. Carolina - None. Tackles (UA-A): Navy - Wetzel 9, Bush 9, Ryder 8, French 7, Warrick 6. E. Carolina - Magazu 12, Paulk 8, Tudor 8, Drake 7, Venable 7.

Gee Gee Greene rushed for a career-high 131 yards on 14 carries in Navy’s win at East Carolina.

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2012 GAME RECAPS Game 9 • NAVY 24, FLORIDA ATLANTIC 17 NOV. 3, 2012 | ANNAPOLIS, MD. NAVY-MARINE CORPS MEMORIAL Stadium | 29,326

• Freshman quarterback Keenan Reynolds piled up 306 yards of total

offense and three touchdowns to lead Navy to a 24-17 victory over Florida Atlantic in front of 29,326 fans at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. The win was Navy’s sixth of the year and clinched a berth to play in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. It is Navy’s ninth bowl game in the last 10 years. • The Mids trailed 10-0 with 8:57 left in the second quarter, before Reynolds got Navy going with a 48-yard run down to the FAU 33. • On the next play, Reynolds hit sophomore slot back Ryan WilliamsJenkins with a 22-yard pass down to the 11-yard line and three plays later, on third-and-13, Reynolds hit senior wide receiver Brandon Turner with a 14-yard touchdown pass to cut the FAU lead to 10-7. • Florida Atlantic drove down to the Navy 15 on its next possession, but on third down Jonathan Wallace threw incomplete out of the wildcat formation and then on fourth down Wallace was stopped for no gain by sophomore nose guard Danny Ring on a screen pass from quarterback Graham Wilbert. • The Mids took over at their own 15 with 2:10 left in the half and quickly drove down the field. Reynolds hit junior wide receiver Shawn Lynch, who made a spectacular over the shoulder catch, for 28 yards to move the ball down to the FAU 43. Reynolds then threw a screen pass to sophomore fullback Noah Copeland for 25 yards to get the ball to the FAU five-yard line. Two plays later Reynolds scored from the one to give Navy the 14-10 halftime lead. • Navy took the second half kickoff and methodically moved down the field, but bogged down at the FAU 31-yard line. Facing a fourth-and-eight, Niumatalolo elected to go for it instead of kicking a 48-yard field goal into the wind. The gamble paid off as Reynolds hit senior wide receiver Brandon Turner with a 31-yard touchdown pass to make the score 21-10.

• Freshman kicker Nick Sloan made a 20-yard field goal with 2:08 left in the third quarter and it appeared that Navy was in command. However, the Mids allowed Florida Atlantic back in the game thanks to a costly turnover. • Reynolds left the game in the fourth quarter with a hyperextended elbow and on the next play, junior quarterback Trey Miller and senior fullback Prentice Christian fumbled the mesh (the fumble was credited to Christian) and FAU’s Andrae Kirk recovered the ball at the Navy 39. • Seven plays later FAU scored on a three-yard touchdown run by Wallace and the Navy lead was cut to 24-17. • The Mids took the ball and moved to the FAU 30-yard line, but on third-andone sophomore slot Geoffrey Whiteside lost four yards on an errant pitch by Reynolds and Sloan missed wide left on a 51-yard field goal. • With a chance to tie Florida Atlantic moved the ball down to the Navy 17yard line, but Wilbert threw three straight incompletions, the last one forced by sophomore defensive end Paul Quessenberry, and the Mids got the ball back with 4:10 remaining at their own 22 and ran out the clock. • Reynolds finished the day with a career-high 159 yards and a touchdown on 26 carries, while he threw for a career-high 147 yards and two touchdowns (8-15). Score By Quarters Florida Atlantic (2-7) Navy (6-3)

1 0 0

2 10 14

3 0 10

4 7 - 0 -

Scoring Summary 2 14:24 FAU Wallace 1-yd run (Anderson PAT) 2 8:57 FAU Anderson 53-yd field goal 2 5:32 Navy Turner 14-yd pass from Reynolds (Sloan PAT) 2 0:07 Navy Reynolds 1-yd run (Sloan PAT) 3 11:50 Navy Turner 31-yd pass from Reynolds (Sloan PAT) 3 2:08 Navy Sloan 20-yd field goal 4 9:07 FAU Wallace 3-yd run (Anderson PAT)

F 17 24

15-72, 7:58 7-26, 2:46 6-84, 3:25 10-85, 2:03 9-67, 3:10 12-47, 5:03 7-39, 2:46

Fla. Atlantic Navy Team Stats FIRST DOWNS 17 20 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 32-118 51-246 PASSING YARDS (NET) 205 147 Passes Comp-Att-Int 25-36-0 8-15-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 68-323 66-393 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-60 3-73 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg.) 3-33.7 2-39.5 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 2-1 Penalties-Yards 5-35 3-25 Time of Possession 30:22 29:38 Third-Down Conversions 9-16 7-13 Fourth-Down Conversions 1-3 1-1 Individual Leaders Rushing: Fla. Atlantic - Wallace 28-111, Jackson 2-8, Fortner 1-0, Team 1-(-1). Navy - Reynolds 26-159, Copeland 10-38, Snelson 5-31, Greene 4-18, Christian 2-5, Miller 1-1, Team 2-(-2), Whiteside 1-(-4). Passing (Comp-Att-Int, Yds): Fla. Atlantic - Wilbert 25-35-0, 205, Wallace 0-1-0, 0. Navy - Reynolds 8-15-0, 147. Receiving: Fla. Atlantic - Wallace 7-34, Dukes 5-75, Dorvilus 4-40, McKinney 4-21, Stoshak 1-15, Hankerson 1-8, Jones 1-4, Fortner 1-4, Mitchell 1-4. Navy - Turner 2-45, Lynch 2-32, Copeland 1-25, Williams-Jenkins 1-22, Aiken 1-15, Bolena 1-8. Interceptions: Fla. Atlantic - None. Navy - None. Sacks (#Yds): Fla. Atlantic - Johnson 1.0-8. Navy - None. Tackles (UA-A): Fla. Atlantic - Glanton 12, Kirk 9, Harstad 9, Parms 5, Bryant 4, Hinds 4, Coley 4. Navy - Gaines 7, French 7, Wetzel 7, Bush 7, Peterson 6, Bertrand 6.

Keenan Reynolds piled up 306 yards of total offense and three touchdowns in Navy’s 24-17 victory over Florida Atlantic.

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2012 GAME RECAPS Game 10 • TROY 41, NAVY 31 NOV. 10, 2012 | TROY, ALA. VETERANS MEMORIAL Stadium | 24,321

• Troy jumped out to a 21-0 lead and held on to defeat Navy, 41-31, in front of 24,321 fans at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Troy, Ala. • Quarterback Corey Robinson completed 25 of his 28 pass attempts for 322 yards and one touchdown, while backup QB Deon Anthony completed nine of 12 passes for 93 yards with one touchdown and one interception. Anthony also rushed for 56 yards and two touchdowns on seven carries. • Navy’s offense struggled on its first two drives gaining just 40 yards total on the two possessions that ended in punts. • The Trojans turned both Navy punts into touchdowns as Chandler Worthy caught a 34-yard touchdown pass from Anthony and Shawn Southward scored on a six-yard run to make the score 14-0 • It looked like Navy would answer on its next drive as freshman quarterback Keenan Reynolds broke free for a 70-yard run, but Reynolds was pulled down from behind at the Troy two by Aaron Williams and the ball came free and went out of the back of the end zone for a touchback. The Trojans added insult to injury by moving 80 yards in three plays with Robinson capping off the drive with a 62-yard touchdown pass to B.J. Chitty to give the Trojans a 21-0 lead. • The Mids, however, fought back. Reynolds led Navy down the field and scored from five yards out and then, after junior safety Wave Ryder picked off his first career pass, the Mids made it 21-14 when Reynolds again scored from five yards out one play after hitting junior wide receiver Shawn Lynch with a 68-yard pass play. • Anthony scored on a 44-yard quarterabck draw, but Navy answered with a one-yard touchodwn run by Reynolds to make the score 28-21 at the half. • Both teams were forced to punt to start the second half before Troy went up 10, 31-21, on a 25-yard field goal by Will Scott.

• Navy came right back and scored in two plays as Gee Gee Greene rumbled 59 yards for a touchdown to cut the lead to three at 31-28. • The Mids got the break they were looking for when on first-and-goal from the Navy two-yard line senior outside linebacker Keegan Wetzel forced a Southward fumble and sophomore defensive end Aaron Davis fell on the ball at the Navy 1. • The Mids moved the ball out to the 47-yard line but on second and 11 from the 47, Reynolds dropped back to pass and was blindsided by Kyle Lucas. The hit jarred the ball loose and the fumble was recoved by Derrek Upshaw. • Troy made Navy pay for the turnover as it moved 47 yards in four plays with Anthony scoring on a four-yard touchdown run to make the score 38-28 with 12:35 remaining. • Navy answered with a 27-yard field goal by Nick Sloan to make the score 38-31 with 7:29 left, but Scott hit a 23-yard field goal with 3:09 to give the Trojans a 41-31 lead. Score By Quarters Navy (6-4) Troy (5-5)

1 2 3 4 F 0 21 7 3 - 31 14 14 3 10 - 41

Scoring Summary 1 11:37 Troy Worthy 34-yd pass from Anthony (Scott PAT) 1 0:29 Troy Southward 6-yd run (Scott PAT) 2 13:57 Troy Chitty 62-yd pass from Robinson (Scott PAT) 2 10:38 Navy Reynolds 5-yd run (Sloan PAT) 2 6:15 Navy Reynolds 5-yd run (Sloan PAT) 2 4:07 Troy Anthony 44-yd run (Scott PAT) 2 0:24 Navy Reynolds 1-yd run (Sloan PAT) 3 7:09 Troy Scott 25-yd field goal 3 6:15 Navy Greene 59-yd run (Sloan PAT) 4 12:35 Troy Anthony 4-yd run (Scott PAT) 4 7:29 Navy Sloan 27-yd field goal 4 3:09 Troy Scott 23-yd field goal 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

4-46, 1:23 16-87, 6:31 3-80, 0:47 8-74, 3:19 2-73, 0:29 5-76, 2:08 8-39, 3:43 7-49, 3:15 2-67, 0:54 4-47, 1:20 10-59, 5:06 11-69, 4:20

Navy Troy 21 32 54-328 36-182 159 415 8-15-0 34-40-1 69-487 76-597 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-44 6-389 7-411 1-19 0-0 3-50.0 1-38.0 2-2 1-1 3-28 4-34 29:35 30:25 5-12 8-12 2-3 0-0

Individual Leaders Rushing: Navy - Greene 16-150, Reynolds 21-130, Copeland 6-18, Snelson 5-17, Swain 3-10, Staten 1-6, Thomas 1-3, Lynch 1-(-6). Troy - Taylor 11-68, Anthony 7-56, Southward 12-52, Albert 3-14, Team 3-(-8). Passing (Comp-Att-Int, Yds): Navy - Reynolds 8-15-0, 159. Troy - Robinson 25-280, 322, Anthony 9-12-1, 93. Receiving: Navy - Greene 3-39, Turner 3-39, Lynch 1-68, Copeland 1-13. Troy Reeves 8-88, Worthy 6-64, Robinson 4-58, Southward 3-29, Thomas 3-29, Chitty 2-64, Taylor 2-23, Albert 2-21, Williams 2-9, Harbin 1-24, Edenfield 1-6. Interceptions: Navy - Ryder 1-19. Troy - None. Sacks (#Yds): Navy - None. Troy - Stadom 1.0-9, Melton 1.0-5, Lucas 1.0-2. Tackles (UA-A): Navy - Bush 13, Warrick 10, French 7, Ryder 6, Bertrand 6. Troy Bryan 12, Daivs 8, Wilson 8, Pickett 7, Davis 7.

Keenan Reynolds had 289 yards of total offense and three touchdowns in Navy’s 41-31 loss to Troy.

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2012 GAME RECAPS Game 11 • NAVY 21, TEXAS STATE 10 NOV. 17, 2012 | ANNAPOLIS, MD. NAVY-MARINE CORPS MEMORIAL Stadium | 31,004

• The Navy defense shut down Texas State’s high powered offense to lead the Mids to a 21-10 victory over Texas State in front of 31,004 fans on Senior Day at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. • Texas State came to Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium coming off a 55-point outing against Louisiana Tech, but could never get untracked against the tenacious Navy defense. • The Navy offense piled up 442 yards of total offense, including 407 yards on the ground, but several untimely mistakes kept the Mids from pulling away. • The Mids jumped out to a 7-0 lead in the first quarter on a 15-yard touchdown run by Noah Copeland that capped a six play, 73-yard drive. • Neither team threatened until late in the second quarter when Texas State stopped Navy on a fourth down attempt from the Texas State 42 and drove 52 yards down to the Navy three. • On third down and one from the three, Marcus Curry was stopped short of the first down by Keegan Wetzel and Wes Henderson. On fourth down, Texas State tried to trick Navy with a fake field goal, but freshman corner Kwazel Bertrand was not fooled as he sacked the Texas State quarterback for a loss of 10 yards. • Navy took control of the game on the opening kickoff of the third quarter when Jafus Gaines was drilled by John O’Boyle on the kickoff return causing him to fumble and the ball was recovered by James Britton. • On the next play, Copeland went up the middle for a 16-yard touchdown to give Navy a 14-0 lead. • Navy made it 21-3 early in the fourth quarter when Gee Gee Greene scored from 10 yards to cap a 10-play, 75-yard drive.

• To Texas State’s credit, it came right back and scored on the next play when Rutherford hit Isaiah Battle with a 62-yard touchdown pass to make the score 21-10. • Texas State then recovered the ensuing onside kick, but the Navy defense held and forced Texas State to punt and the Mids held on for the 21-10 victory. • Copeland carried the ball 17 times for 110 yards and two touchdowns, while Greene ran 14 times for 71 yards and a TD. Darius Staten had seven carries for a career-high 68 yards. • Matt Warrick led the Navy defense with nine tackles, while Brye French recorded eight and Bertrand had seven tackles, two tackles for a loss and a sack. Keegan Wetzel tacked on two more tackles for a loss to go with his six tackles. Score By Quarters Texas State (3-7) Navy (7-4)

1 2 3 4 F 0 0 3 7 - 10 7 0 7 7 - 21

Scoring Summary 1 9:12 ND Riddick 11-yd run (Tausch PAT failed) 1 8:42 Navy Copeland 15-yd run (Sloan PAT) 3 14:46 Navy Copeland 16-yd run (Sloan PAT) 3 2:35 TXST Johnson 36-yd field goal 4 13:02 Navy Greene 10-yd run (Sloan PAT) 4 12:43 TXST Battle 62-yd pass from Rutherford (Johnson PAT)

11-75, 5:48 6-73, 1:46 1-16, 0:14 15-61, 7:08 10-75, 4:33 1-62, 0:19

Team Stats Texas State Navy FIRST DOWNS 17 26 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 32-115 62-407 PASSING YARDS (NET) 290 35 Passes Comp-Att-Int 25-42-0 3-8-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 74-405 70-442 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 2-4 2-9 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-104 1-20 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg.) 4-42.2 4-44.8 Fumbles-Lost 3-1 2-1 Penalties-Yards 3-25 3-25 Time of Possession 29:58 30:02 Third-Down Conversions 4-16 4-11 Fourth-Down Conversions 2-7 0-1 Individual Leaders Rushing: Texas State - Curry 11-67, Rutherford 14-29, Gay 2-21, Franks 3-4, Team 1-(-3), Battle 1-(-3). Navy - Copeland 17-110, Greene 14-71, Staten 7-68, Reynolds 10-50, Swain 7-45, Snelson 5-35, Whiteside 2-28. Passing (Comp-Att-Int, Yds): Texas State - Rutherford 25-40-0, 290, Team 0-2-0, 0. Navy - Reynolds 3-8-0, 35. Receiving: Texas State - Smith 6-85, Curry 5-34, Battle 3-69, Harper 3-38, Erickson 3-24, Franks 2-17, Miller 1-11, Hawkins 1-7, Gaines 1-5. Navy - Greene 2-38, Turner 1-(-3). Interceptions: Texas State - None. Navy - None. Sacks (#Yds): Texas State - None. Navy - Bertrand 1.0-10, Henderson 1.0-1. Tackles (UA-A): Texas State - Bartu 16, Ward 10, Targun 9, McColloch 7, JeterGilmon 6, Daniels 6. Navy - Warrick 9, French 8, Bertrand 7, Peterson 7, Ryder 6, Wetzel 6.

Kwazel Bertrand recorded seven tackles, two tackles for a loss, a sack and stopped a fake field goal in Navy’s 21-10 victory over Texas State.

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2012 GAME RECAPS Game 12 • NAVY 17, ARMY 13 DEC. 8, 2012 | PHILADELPHIA, PA. LINCOLN FINANCIAL FIELD | 69,607

• Freshman quarterback Keenan Reynolds extended Navy’s dominance against Army, scoring the winning touchdown late in the fourth quarter in a 17-13 victory in the 113th playing of America’s Game. • Navy captured its 11th consecutive victory over Army and in doing so won the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy which is awarded to the team with the best record in games among the three service academies. Army and Navy each beat Air Force, putting the prestigious trophy up for grabs in the regular-season finale for the first time since 2005. • In front of 69,607 fans and Vice President Joe Biden at Lincoln Financial Field, Navy caught a break when Army missed a late field goal attempt. • Reynolds quickly found Brandon Turner down the sideline for a 49-yard gain. Reynolds then escaped a rush and followed with the eight-yard touchdown run with 4:41 left in the game. • Unlike previous games over the last decade, the Black Knights were in this one until the final drive. Army had driven to the Navy 14 when fullback Larry Dixon fumbled on a sloppy exchange with quarterback Trent Steelman. Junior nose guard Barry Dabney recovered the fumble and the Mids’ sideline went wild as the CIC trophy was coming back to the Naval Academy for a record 13th time after a two-year stint at Air Force. Before Navy started its 11-game winning streak, the longest winning streak in a series that started in 1890 was only five games by either team. • Late in the third quarter, Army’s James Kelly stripped the ball from Reynolds and linebacker Alex Meier recovered to give the Black Knights the ball at Navy’s 37. Eric Osteen kicked a 21-yard field goal 10 plays later for a 13-10 lead.

• Osteen, however, was wide left on a 37-yard attempt with 6:57 left in the game. • Navy made them pay on Reynolds’ score. The Midshipmen now lead the series 57-49-7. • After a scoreless first quarter, Army and Navy swapped rushing TDs in the second. Navy fullback Noah Copeland plowed straight up the middle for a 12-yard score. Trent Steelman matched him with an 11-yarder for his program-tying 17th TD run of the season, then saluted the cadets after the score. • Freshman kicker Nick Sloan put Navy up 10-7 with a 31-yard field goal late in the second, but Army answered when Osteen’s 41-yarder as the first half expired hit the upright and bounced in to tie the game at 10. • Reynolds was named the Philadelphia Sportswriters Most Valuable Player, rushing for 43 yards and a touchdown and completing 10 of his 17 passes for 130 yards. Sophomore fullback Noah Copeland rushed for 99 yards and a touchdown on 22 carries, while senior slot back Gee Gee Greene caught three passes for 23 yards. • Junior linebacker Cody Peterson led the Navy defense with a career-high 14 tackles, while senior outside linebacker Keegan Wetzel recorded 11 tackles, 1.5 tackles for a loss and one sack. Senior Matt Warrick was also in on 11 stops, while sophomore outside linebacker Josh Tate, senior linebacker John Michael Nurthen and Dabney all recovered fumbles. Score By Quarters Navy (8-4) Army (2-10)

1 2 3 4 F 0 10 0 7 - 17 0 10 3 0 - 13

Scoring Summary 2 9:27 Navy Copeland 12-yd run (Sloan PAT) 2 6:20 Army Steelman 11-yd run (Osteen PAT) 2 0:25 Navy Sloan 31-yd field goal 2 0:00 Army Osteen 41-yd field goal 3 3:36 Army Osteen 21-yd field goal 4 4:41 Navy Reynolds 8-yd run (Sloan 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

9-66, 4:56 9-75, 2:59 15-65, 5:49 4-35, 0:19 10-38, 4:09 7-80, 2:16

Navy Army 18 26 47-167 67-370 130 48 10-17-0 4-5-0 64-297 72-418 0-0 1-5 0-0 2-14 1-21 4-65 0-0 0-0 6-36.7 3-36.7 2-1 5-3 5-44 3-15 31:43 28:17 6-14 6-12 0-0 0-1

Individual Leaders Rushing: Navy - Copeland 22-99, Reynolds 15-43, Greene 4-15, Whiteside 2-9, Swain 1-6, Team 3-(-5). Army - Maples 27-156, Steelman 17-96, Dixon 16-61, Brown 7-57. Passing (Comp-Att-Int, Yds): Navy - Reynolds 10-17-0, 130. Army - Steelman 4-50, 48. Receiving: Navy - Greene 3-23, Aiken 2-12, Whiteside 2-11, Turner 1-49, Lynch 1-19, Snelson 1-16. Army - Lawrence 3-44, Maples 1-4. Interceptions: Navy - None. Army - None. Sacks (#Yds): Navy - Wetzel 1.0-8 Army - Bacon 1.0-5. Tackles (UA-A): Navy - Peterson 14, Wetzel 11, Warrick 11, Ryder 8, Gaines 7. Army - Bacon 14, Meier 10, Combs 8, Kelly 7, Jeffries 5, Glover 5.

Noah Copeland scored the game’s first points with a 12-yard run through the middle of the Black Knight defense as Navy defeated Army for the 11th-consecutive season. Copeland finished with 99 rushing yards on 22 carries.

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2012 GAME RECAPS Game 13 • ARIZONA STATE 62, NAVY 28 DEC. 29, 2012 | KRAFT FIGHT HUNGER BOWL SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. | AT&T PARK | 34,172

• Taylor Kelly threw four touchdown passes and ran for a fifth score to lead Arizona State to a 62-28 victory over Navy in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl in front of 34,172 fans at AT&T Park. • Offensive MVP Marion Grice ran for 159 yards and two touchdowns for the Sun Devils (8-5), who used their fast-paced spread offense to score touchdowns on their first nine possessions. • Among the highlights for Navy were Keenan Reynolds’ 3-yard TD pass to Matt Aiken in the first half and a 95-yard kickoff return for a score by Gee Gee Greene in the third quarter. Greene’s kickoff return for a TD was the first in school history in a bowl game. • Arizona State’s Rashad Ross started and ended the first-half scoring with touchdown receptions. His 16-yard catch from Kelly capped a 75-yard game-opening drive and he got behind the Navy defense for a 52-yard score in the final minute of the half to make it 34-7. Ross then caught a 50yard TD pass on Arizona State’s first drive of the second half to make it 41-7. • Grice scored on a 10-yard run in the first quarter and a 39-yarder in the third. He had 19 touchdowns this season, with 11 coming on the ground. • The Midshipmen had a few opportunities to keep the game close on offense in the first half but Greene was unable to hold onto a pass in the end zone on fourth-and-7 from the 31 in the first quarter and Reynolds lost three yards on a third-and-1 keeper from the eight before Nick Sloan missed a field goal. • Sen. John McCain, a former Navy fighter pilot who represents Arizona in Congress, handled the pregame toss. Instead of using a coin, the game sponsored by Kraft, uses an Oreo with one side being a chocolate cookie and the other vanilla.

• Greene carried the ball 12 times for 112 yards to go along with his kickoff return for a touchdown. Freshman fullback Chris Swain rushed for 93 yards and a touchdown on four carries, while sophomore fullback Noah Copeland rushed for 47 yards on 10 carries. • Brandon Turner caught a 23-yard touchdown pass from Trey Miller in the fourth quarter. • Matt Warrick led the Navy defense with nine tackles, while Tra’ves Bush, Keegan Wetzel, Jordan Drake and Parrish Gaines had six tackles apiece. Score By Quarters Navy (8-5) Arizona State (8-5)

1 0 21

2 7 13

3 7 28

4 14 - 0 -

Scoring Summary 1 12:43 ASU Ross 16-yd pass from Kelly (Garoutte PAT) 1 8:22 ASU Grice 10-yd run (Garoutte PAT) 1 0:08 ASU Kelly 1-yd run (Garoutte PAT) 2 9:24 Navy Aiken 3-yd pass from Reynolds (Sloan PAT) 2 7:56 ASU Agwuenu 11-yd pass from Kelly (Garoutte PAT) 2 0:55 ASU Ross 52-yd pass from Kelly (Garoutte PAT failed) 3 13:24 ASU Ross 50-yd pass from Kelly (Garoutte PAT) 3 6:24 ASU Marshall 1-yd run (Garoutte PAT) 3 6:10 Navy Greene 95-yd kickoff return (Sloan PAT) 3 5:17 ASU Grice 39-yd run (Garoutte PAT) 3 3:39 ASU Marshall 33-yd run (Garoutte PAT) 4 10:17 Navy Swain 46-yd run (Sloan PAT) 4 5:16 Navy Turner 23-yd pass from Miller (Sloan PAT)

F 28 62

8-75, 2:17 8-60, 2:23 9-69, 2:30 11-84, 5:37 4-55, 1:21 2-80, 0:19 4-66, 0:55 9-93, 2:43 --3-64, 0:46 1-33, 0:11 5-77, 1:44 5-46, 1:57

Team Stats Navy Arizona St. FIRST DOWNS 18 36 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 55-313 48-381 PASSING YARDS (NET) 37 267 Passes Comp-Att-Int 6-12-1 17-20-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 67-350 68-648 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 2-47 Kickoff Returns-Yards 9-251 (TD) 4-94 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1-(-6) Punts (Number-Avg.) 4-41.0 0-0.0 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-1 Penalties-Yards 6-43 2-25 Time of Possession 33:21 26:39 Third-Down Conversions 5-14 5-7 Fourth-Down Conversions 2-3 0-1 Individual Leaders Rushing: Navy - Greene 12-112, Swain 4-93, Copeland 10-47, Whiteside 4-23, Reynolds 22-21, Staten 1-8, Aiken 1-6, Christian 1-3. Arizona State - Grice 14-159, Kelly 7-81, Marshall 8-59, Eubank 7-38, Lewis 7-27, Robinson 2-20, Foster 1-1, Team 2-(-4). Passing (Comp-Att-Int, Yds): Navy - Reynolds 5-11-1, 14, Miller 1-1-0, 23. Arizona State - Kelly 17-19-0, 267, Eubank 0-1-0, 0. Receiving: Navy - Turner 2-24, Copeland 2-4, Greene 1-6, Aiken 1-3. Arizona State - Ross 4-139, Coyle 4-37, Agwuenu 2-21, Miles 2-21, Grice 2-19, Foster 2-11, Marshall 1-19. Interceptions: Navy - None. Arizona State - Nelson 1-(-6). Sacks (#Yds): Navy - None Arizona State - Sutton 2.5-23, Bradford 1.0-4, Coleman 0.5-1. Tackles (UA-A): Navy - Warrick 9, Bush 6, Drake 6, Gaines 6, French 5, Wetzel 5, Peterson 5. Arizona State - Coleman 9, Magee 9, Bradford 8, Taylor 8, Darby 8.

Chris Swain rushed for 93 yards on four carries, including a 46-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter against Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl.

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Individual Records.....................................................142-151 Team Records.............................................................152-154 All-Time Leaders........................................................155-156 Longest Plays......................................................................157 Year-By-Year Leaders................................................158-160 Additional Statistics....................................................161-162 The Last Time.....................................................................163 Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Records.......164 Coaching Recrods.............................................................165

COVER

All-Time Assistant Coaches.............................................165 All-Star Game Appearances............................................166 Football Honors..................................................................167 Team Awards......................................................................168 Naval Academy Athletic Awards....................................169

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INDIVIDUALâ&#x20AC;&#x2C6;RUSHING Rushing Attempts

200-Yard Rushing Games

Game 44 43 42 42 42

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

Season 331 315 287 277 271

Napoleon McCallum Ricky Dobbs Napoleon McCallum Eddie Meyers Craig Candeto

1983 2009 1985 1981 2003

Career 908 699 687 615

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

100-Yard Rushing Games Season 8 8 8 7 7 7

Napoleon McCallum Napoleon McCallum Eddie Meyers Ricky Dobbs Kyle Eckel Joe Gattuso Jr.

1985 1983 1981 2009 2003 1977

Career 19 15 14 13 13

Napoleon McCallum Chris McCoy Eddie Meyers Ricky Dobbs Kyle Eckel

1981-85 1995-97 1978-81 2008-10 2002-04

Consecutive 100-Yard Rushing Games

7 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.) 6 Cleveland Cooper 1972 6 Napoleon McCallum 1983 6 Cleveland Cooper 1972-1973 5 Ricky Dobbs 2010

Shun White rushed for 348 yards against Towson in 2008.

142

Season 2 2 2

Chris McCoy vs. Kent State, Army (consecutive) Chris McCoy vs. Delaware, Tulane (consecutive) Napoleon McCallum vs. Air Force, Princeton (consecutive)

Career 5 4 2

Chris McCoy Napoleon McCallum Eddie Meyers

1997 1996 1983 1995-97 1981-85 1978-81

Rushing Yards Per Attempt

Game (min. 10 attempts) 25.2 Sneed Schmidt (11 for 277 yds.) vs. Columbia Season (min. 90 attempts) 8.3 Shun White (132 for 1,092 yds.) 7.3 Gee Gee Greene (120 for 877 yds.) 7.1 Reggie Campbell (99 for 706) 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.) 8.9 Tony Lane (144 for 1,288 yds.) 8.6 Eric Roberts (176 for 1,510 yds.) 7.7 Reggie Campbell (231 for 1,790 yds.) 7.1 Gee Gee Greene (297 for 2,123 yds.)

1935 2008 2006 1979 1979 2005 2005-08 2001-03 2002-04 2004-07 2009-12


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 27* Ricky Dobbs 20 Chris McCoy 16 Aaron Polanco 16 Craig Candeto 16 Craig Candeto 16 Chris McCoy *FBS record for a quarterback tied with Collin Klein of Kansas State Career 49 43 33 31 26

Pass Completions 2002 2009 2008 2009 2009 2006 1981 1975 2009 1997 2004 2003 2002 1996

Ricky Dobbs Chris McCoy Craig Candeto Napoleon McCallum Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada

2008-10 1995-97 2001-03 1981-85 2006-08

Consecutive Games 9 Chris McCoy 8 Ricky Dobbs 8 Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada 8 Brian Madden 7 Ricky Dobbs 7 Napoleon McCallum

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

Season 1,370

Chris McCoy (246 attempts)

1997

Career 3,401

Chris McCoy (699 attempts)

1995-97

Pass Attempts Game 55 54

Jim Kubiak (completed 25) vs. Virginia Jim Kubiak (completed 36) vs. Wake Forest

1994 1991

Season 401

Jim Kubiak (completed 248)

1993

Career 969 818 711

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

Jim Kubiak (401 in 11 games)

Career 33.4 26.4 25.4

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

Game 37 36

Bill Byrne (attempted 52) vs. Syracuse Jim Kubiak (attempted 54) vs. Wake Forest

1985 1991

Season 248

Jim Kubiak (attempted 401)

1993

Career 558 381

Jim Kubiak (attempted 969) Bill Byrne (attempted 711)

1991-94 1984-86

Pass Completions Per Game Season 22.5

Jim Kubiak (248 in 11 games)

1993

Career 19.2 13.6

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

1982

Season (min. 90 attempts) .673 Roger Staubach (66 of 98) .665 Roger Staubach (107 of 161) .627 George Welsh (94 of 150)

1962 1963 1955

Career (min. 300 attempts) .631 Roger Staubach (292 of 463) .576 Marco Pagnanelli (178 of 309) .576 Jim Kubiak (558 of 969)

1962-64 1981-82 1991-94

Passes Had Intercepted Game 6

Tom Tarquinio vs. Notre Dame

1982

Season 19 19

Mike McNallen Bob Zastrow

1968 1949

Career 47 47 42 36

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) 1.8 Keenan Reynolds (2 of 108) 1.9 Brian Broadwater (2 of 107)

Career (min. 100 attempts) 1.8 Keenan Reynolds (2 of 108) 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)

1989 1958 2012 1999 2012 1977-79 2008-10 2005-08 1998-00 1962-64 2001-03

143


INDIVIDUALâ&#x20AC;&#x2C6;PASSING Passing Yards Game 406 399

Jim Kubiak (36 of 54) vs. Wake Forest Bill Byrne (37 of 52) vs. Syracuse

1991 1985

Season 2,628 2,388 1,694 1,537 1,527

Jim Kubiak Jim Kubiak Bill Byrne John Cartwright Ricky Dobbs

1993 1994 1985 1967 2010

Career 6,008 4,582 3,996 3,626 3,571

Jim Kubiak Bill Byrne Mike McNallen John Cartwright Roger Staubach

1991-94 1984-86 1968-70 1965-67 1962-64

Career 29 26 25 23 20 20

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

Bill Byrne (11 in eight games)

Career 1.036 0.875

Bill Byrne (29 in 28 games) George Welsh (21 in 24 games)

1984 1984-86 1953-55

Passing Yards Per Game Season 238.9

Jim Kubiak (2,628 yds. in 11 games)

Career 207.2 163.6 128.9

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

Passing Yards Per Attempt

Season (min. 90 attempts) 10.6 Lamar Owens (1,299 yds. on 122 attempts) 10.2 Ricky Dobbs (1,527 yds. on 150 attempts) 9.9 Aaron Polanco (1,131 yds. on 114 attempts) 9.9 Roger Staubach (966 yds. on 98 attempts) 9.8 Ricky Dobbs (1,031 yds. on 105 attempts) Career (min. 100 attempts) 10.5 Lamar Owens (1,337 yards on 127 attempts) 10.2 Ricky Dobbs (2,770 yds. on 271 attempts) 9.0 Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada (1,641 yds. on 182 attempts) 8.3 Keenan Reynolds (898 yds. on 108 attempts) 8.2 Aaron Polanco (1,482 yds. on 181 attempts) 7.9 Craig Candeto (2,319 yds. on 294 attempts)

2005 2010 2004 1962 2009 2002-05 2008-10 2005-08 2012 2002-04 2003

Passing Yards Per Completion

Season (min. 50 completions) 20.6 Lamar Owens (1,299 yds. on 63 completions) 18.6 Ricky Dobbs (2,770 yds. on 147 completions) 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) Career (min. 75 completions) 18.8 Ricky Dobbs (2,770 yards on 147 completions)

17.1 17.0 16.5 16.4

2005 2010 2004 2009 2003 2008-10.

Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada (1,641 yards on 96 completions) 2005-08 Brian Broadwater (1,644 yds. on 97 completions) 1998-2000 Aaron Polanco (1,482 yds. on 90 completions) 2002-04 Chris McCoy (2,486 yds. on 152 completions) 1995-97

Touchdown Passes Game 4

Tom Forrestal vs. Pennsylvania

1957

Season 13 12 11 11 11

Ricky Dobbs Alton Grizzard Chris McCoy Bill Byrne Jim Kubiak

2010 1990 1997 1984 1993 Bill Byrne, who is currently the Commandant of Midshipmen at the Naval Academy, ranks second all-time at Navy in career passing yardage with 4,582 yards.

144


INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING Pass Receptions Game 10 10 10 10 10 10

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

Season 61 61 59

Bert Calland (650 yds.) Rob Taylor (818 yds.) Jason Van Matre (393 yds.)

1972 1967 1993

Career 129 108 107

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

Dave King vs. Notre Dame Rob Taylor vs. Vanderbilt

1976 1967

Season 818 727 711 662 650

Rob Taylor Rob Taylor Chris Weiler Greg Jones Bert Calland

1967 1966 1984 2010 1972

Career 1,736 1,278 1,259 1,237 1,178

Rob Taylor Phil McConkey Larry Van Loan Bert Calland Kevin Hickman

1965-67 1975-78 1971-73 1971-73 1991-94

Yards Per Catch

Game (min. 3) 39.7 Dominic Bailey (3 catches for 119 yds.) vs. Tulane Season (min. 15) 25.5 Ryan Read (17 catches for 433 yds.) 25.2 Eric Roberts (17 catches for 429 yds.) 24.6 Eric Roberts (20 catches for 493 yds.) 24.2 Phil McConkey (22 catches for 532 yds.) 22.6 Pat McGrew (18 catches for 407 yds.) Career (min. 25) 23.3 Eric Roberts (52 catches for 1,213 yds.) 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.) 19.3 Jim Stewart (47 catches for 907 yds.)

2000 1998 2002 2003 1978 1997 2002-04 2004-07 2008-10 2005-08 1960-62

Touchdown Receptions Game 3 3 3 3 3

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

Season 6 6 6 6 5 5

Ryan Read Chris Weiler Phil McConkey Rob Taylor Greg Jones Eric Roberts

1998 1984 1978 1967 2010 2003

Career 13 13 10 8 8 8

Phil McConkey Rob Taylor Eric Roberts Reggie Campbell Chris Weiler Ron Beagle

1975-78 1965-67 2002-04 2004-07 1981-84 1953-55

Damon Dixon had 10 catches against Virginia in 1993.

145


TOTALâ&#x20AC;&#x2C6;OFFENSE Total Offensive Plays

Total Offensive Yards

Game 63

Jim Kubiak (354 yds.) vs. Wake Forest

1991

Game 417

Brian Broadwater (49 plays) vs. Tulane

2000

Season 462 450 420 416 402

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

Season 2,573 2,496 2,494 2,252 2,234

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.

Career 1,128

Alton Grizzard ~ 599 rushes, 529 passes for 5,666 yds.

Career 5,887 5,666 5,498 5,435

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

1987-90

1995-97 1987-90 1991-94 2008-10

Total Offensive Yards Per Play

Game (min. 15 plays) 18.3 Shun White (19 plays for 348 yds.) vs. Towson

2008

Season (min. 125 plays) 8.3 Shun White (132 plays for 1,092 yds.)

2008.

7.3 Gee Gee Greene (120 plays for 877 yds.) 6.8 Chris McCoy (381 plays for 2,573 yds.) 6.7 Roger Staubach (183 plays for 1,231 yds.) 6.6 Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada (278 plays for 1,786 yards) 6.6 George Welsh (203 plays for 1,348 yds.) Career (min. 175 plays) 8.9 Shun White (261 plays for 2,311 yds.) 7.1 Gee Gee Greene (297 plays for 2,123 yds.) 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.) 5.9 Tom Forrestal (380 plays for 2,234 yds.)

2012 1997 1962 2007 1955 2005-08 2009-12 2002-05 2005-08 1995-97 1955-57

Rob Taylor had a school record 179 receiving yards against Vanderbilt in 1967.

146


SCORING Points Responsible For (points scored and points passed for) Season 198 186 174 174 162

Ricky Dobbs Chris McCoy Aaron Polanco Bill Ingram Ricky Dobbs

Career 414 390 294 252 216

Ricky Dobbs Chris McCoy Craig Candeto Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada Roger Staubach

2009 1997 2004 1917 2010 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

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

Season 174 Bill Ingram 162 Ricky Dobbs 120 Chris McCoy 110 Joe Bellino 102 Chris McCoy Career 294 Ricky Dobbs 268 Chris McCoy 263 Bill Ingram 200 Napoleon McCallum 198 Craig Candeto 198 Joe Bellino

1917 2002 2009 2005 2009 2009 2008 2006 1986 1981 1975 1960 1917 2009 1997 1960 1996

.

2008-10 1995-97 1916-18 1981-85 2001-03 1958-60

Most Touchdowns Game 6 6 6 5 5

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

Season 27 21 20 18 17

Ricky Dobbs Bill Ingram Chris McCoy Joe Bellino Chris McCoy

2009 1917 1997 1960 1996

Career 49 44 34 33 33

Ricky Dobbs Chris McCoy Bill Ingram Craig Candeto Napoleon McCallum

In 2003, Craig Candeto helped lead Navy to its first bowl game in 17 years with his 2,252 yards of total offense.

2008-10 1995-97 1916-18 2001-03 1981-85

147


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

Steve Fehr (4 of 5) vs. Army

1980

Season 25 25 23 22 18

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

Career 59 46 46 46 43

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

Extra Points Made Game 12 10 9

Clyde King (17 attempts) vs. Colby Jon Teague (10 attempts) vs. East Carolina Joe Buckley (9 attempts) vs. Rice

1919 2010 2009.

Joey Bullen (10 attempts) vs. North Texas Eric Rolfs (9 attempts) vs. Centeral Michigan

2007 2003

9 9

Season 52 44 42 41 38 38

Joey Bullen (53 attempts) Joe Buckley (44 attempts) Jon Teague (46 attempts) Nick Slaon (41 attempts) Matt Harmon (40 attempts) Eric Rolfs (39 attempts)

Career 105 93 91 75 71

Joey Bullen (108 attempts) Tom Vanderhorst (99 attempts) Matt Harmon (94 attempts) Joe Buckley (76 attempts) Bob Tata (73 attempts)

Consecutive Extra Points

148

70 51 48 47 46 41

Matt Harmon Tim Shubzda Joe Buckley Joey Bullen Steve Fehr Nick Sloan

2005 2009 2011 2012 2008 2003 2005-08 1995-98 2005-08 2009-10 1976-78

2006-08 1996-99 2009-10 2005 1979-81 2012-current

Season (min. 25 made) 1.000 Nick Sloan (41 of 41) 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.) 1.000 Nick Sloan (41 of 41) .987 Joe Buckley (75 of 76) .982 Tim Shubzda (54 of 55) .975 Frank Schenk (39 of 40) .972 Joey Bullen (105 of 108) .972 Bob Tata (71 of 73)

2012 2009 1985 1998 1977 2012 2009-10 1996-99 1987-90 2005-08 1976-78

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)

2008 1999 2005 2007 1981 1979-81 2005-08 1995-98 2005-07 1976-78

Punts Game 14

Bob Cameron (501 yds.) vs. Notre Dame

1951

Season 84 75 74

Tom Moore (3,191 yds.) Bob Cameron (2,721 yds.) John Stufflebeem (3,002 yds.)

1970
. 1951 1974

Career 230 221

Brian Schrum (9,034 yds.) Tom Moore (8,627 yds.)

1992-95 1969-71

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.) 43.6 Pablo Beltran (44 punts for 1,919 yds.) 43.1 Kyle Delahooke (54 punts for 2,327 yds.) 41.9 Tom Moore (67 punts for 2,812 yds.) Career (min. 50) 42.5 John Skaggs (130 punts for 5,538 yds.) 41.2 Kyle Delahooke (137 punts for 5,649 yds.) 40.9 Pablo Beltran (79 punts for 3,230 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.)

1999 1963 2001 1941 2012 2009 1971 2000-03 2008-10 2011-current 1997-99 1940-41 1965-66


INDIVIDUAL INTERCEPTIONS / PUNT RETURNS Interceptions

Punt Return Yards

Game 4 4

Mark Schickner vs. Army John Weaver vs. Columbia

1970 1952

Season 8 8

Sean Andrews John Sturges

1995 1977

Career 13 12 12 11 10 10

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

John Weaver (4 returns) vs. Columbia

1952

Season 165 145 109

John Weaver (7 returns) Steve Brady (5 returns) Nick Markoff (3 returns)

1952 1983 1961

Career 225 191

John Weaver (12 returns) Rick Bayer (12 returns)

1952-54 1965-67

Game 117

Terry Murray (6 returns) vs. Syracuse

1967

Season 379 280

Napoleon McCallum (32 returns) Bill Busik (26 returns)

1982 1940

Career 858 736

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

1954 1951

Season (min. 10 returns) 16.8 Bob Craig (10 returns for 168 yds.) 15.2 Terry Murray (11 returns for 167 yds.)

1953 1967

Career (min. 20 returns) 13.23 Hal Hamberg (31 returns for 410 yds.) 13.17 Pete Williams (35 returns for 461 yds.)

1942-44 1945-48

Punt Returns for Touchdown Season No player with more than one Last: David Wright

2009

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 1944-45 1982-85

Interception Returns for Touchdowns Season 2 2

Rashad Smith Ted Kukowski

1996 1950

Career 3 2 2

Rashad Smith Rick Bayer Ted Kukowski

1994-97 1965-67 1949-50

Punt Returns

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Game 7

Phil McConkey (58 yds.) vs. Connecticut

1976

.

Season 35 32 30

Billy Hubbard (259 yds.) Napoleon McCallum (379 yds.) Billy Hubbard (156 yds.)

1999 1982 2000

.

Career 80 73 70

Phil McConkey (736 yds.) Napoleon McCallum (858 yds.) Jason Tomlinson (513 yds.)

1975-78 1981-85 2003-06

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149


INDIVIDUAL KICKOFF RETURNS Kickoff Returns Game 7 7 7 7

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

Season 40 38 34 34 33 33

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

Career 80 80 73 60 56

Marcus Thomas (1,774 yds.) Reggie Campbell (1,905 yds.) Michael Jefferson (1,569 yds.) Napoleon McCallum (1,339 yds.) Tony Lane (1,382 yds.)

2010-current 2004-07 1991-94 1981-85 2000-03

Kickoff Return Yards Game 205

Tony Lane (5 returns) vs. Temple

2001

Season 1,098 898 820 760 728

Reggie Campbell (40 returns) Tony Lane (34 returns) Michael Jefferson (38 returns) Bob Elflein (32 returns) Marcus Thomas (33 returns)

2007 2001 1994 1970 2011

Career 1,905 1,774 1,569 1,382 1,339

Reggie Campbell (80 returns) Marcus Thomas (80 returns) Michael Jefferson (73 returns) Tony Lane (56 returns) Napoleon McCallum (60 returns)

2004-07 2010-current 1991-94 2000-02 1981-85

Kickoff Return Yards Per Attempt Game (min. 2) 41.0 Tony Lane vs. Temple Season (min. 5) 32.8 Bob Jenkins 31.2 Gee Gee Greene *29.4 Pat McGrew 27.6 Alexander Teich 27.5 Reggie Campbell *Third in the country Career (min. 10) 29.0 Eric Wallace 27.5 Pat McGrew 25.6 Karlos Whittaker 25.1 Joe Bellino 24.7 Tony Lane

2001 1944 2012 1997 2009 2007

1982-84 1994-97 2005 1958-60 2000-02

Kickoff Returns For Touchdown Season 2

Reggie Campbell

2007

Career 2 2

Reggie Campbell Eric Wallace

2004-07 1982-84

Michael Jefferson’s 38 kickoff returns in 1994 are the second-most in school history

150


ALL-PURPOSE / DEFENSE All-Purpose Yards (yardage from rushing, receiving and all returns)

Tackles

Game 348 332 331 323 305

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 Gee Gee Greene vs. Arizona State ~ 112 rush, 6 rec., 187 KR

2008

Season 2,385 2,330 2,019 1,673

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

Career 7,172 4,737 3,757 3,455 3,224

Napoleon McCallum ~ 4,179 rush, 796 rec., 858 PR, 1,339  KR Reggie Campbell ~ 1,790 rush, 830 rec., 1905 KR, 212 PR Gee Gee Greene ~ 2,123 rush, 764 rec., 870 KR Chris McCoy ~ 3,401 rush, 54 rec. Joe Bellino ~ 1,664 rush., 620 rec., 256 PR, 577 KR, 107  int.

1983 1981 1985 2012.

Season 169 154 152 148 146

Andy Ponseigo Vince McBeth Andy Ponseigo Mike Kronzer Javier Zuluaga

1982 1986 1981 1980 1992

Career 500 384 354 337 328 328

Andy Ponseigo Gervy Alota Josh Smith Javier Zuluaga Clint Bruce Marc Firlie

1980-83 1994-97 2002-04 1991-93 1994-96 1984-86

Season 10 9 8 8 8

Tyler Tidwell Eric Rutherford David Mahoney Shaka Martin Andy Person

2005 1984 2005 1999 1995

Career 22 21 16 16 14

Andy Person David Mahoney Jabaree Tuani Tyler Tidwell John Chan

1992-95 2003-06 2008-11 2004-06 2004-06

1985 2007 1977

1981-85 2004-07 2009-12 1995-97

Sacks

1958-60

Tackles For A Loss

All-Purpose Plays Game 47 45 44 44 42

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

Season 393 369 315 301

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

Career 1,137 700 687 617 603

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

1981-85

1981 1996 1981 2008

Season 25 20 19 18 16 16 16 16

Chet Moeller Eric Rutherford Tyler Tidwell Charlie Thornton David Mahoney Paul Soares Tim Jordan Tim Jordan

1974 1984 2005 1979 2005 1982 1981 1980

Career 44 43 42 38 37

Andy Person Jabaree Tuani David Mahoney Eric Rutherford Charlie Thornton

1992-95 2008-11 2003-06 1982-84 1977-79

1985 2009 1977

1995-97 2008-10 1978-81 1972-74

151


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 Yardage Yards Per Return (min. 3)

Kickoff Returns

Returns Return Yardage Yards Per Attempt (min. 3)

Punting

Punts Average (min. 5)

152

80 vs. Rice (471 yds.) 80 vs. Air Force (334 yds.) 572 vs. Kent State 10.2 vs. Central Michigan (52 att. for 530 yds.) 19 vs. Ursinus 10 vs. Princeton

First Downs

2009 2011 2007 2003 1918 1953

First Downs By Rushing By Passing By Penalty

36 vs. Tulane 28 vs. East Carolina 28 vs. Delaware 28 vs. Rice 18 vs. Pittsburgh 18 vs. Syracuse 18 vs. Wake Forest 5 vs. Syracuse

Longest Drive

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

105 vs. Air Force (466 yds.) 724 vs. Tulane (99 att.) 11.1 vs. Central Michigan (58 plays, 644 yds.)

2011 2000 2003

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

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. Arizona State (251 yards) 9 vs. Southern Miss (193 yards) 9 vs. Notre Dame (174 yards) 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) 251 vs. Arizona State (9 returns) 40.0 vs. Army (3 for 120)

2012 2011. 2011. 2000 1988 1971 1970 1970 1970 2012 1983

16 vs. Army 50.2 vs. Pittsburgh (5 for 251) 50.2 vs. Notre Dame (5 for 251)

1937 1963 1957

Plays Yards Time *NCAA Record

*26 vs. New Mexico *99 *14:26 vs. New Mexico

Penalties

Penalties Yards

Fumbles

Fumbles Lost

2000 2012. 1996 2009 1984 1985 1991 1972

2004 several times 2004

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

Season Offense Rushing

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

Total Offense

Total Attempts Total Attempts Per Game Total Offense Yards Total Yards Per Game Total Yards Per Attempts

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

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

940 (5,773 yards) 78.0 (702 attempts in 9 games) 5,773 yards (940 attempts) 444.1 (5,773 yards in 13 games)

2007 1949 2007 2005

6.4 (819 attempts for 5,230 yards)

2005


TEAMâ&#x20AC;&#x2C6;RECORDS Scoring

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

Punt Returns

Returns Yardage Yards Per Game Yards Per Attempt Returns for Touchdowns

Kickoff Returns

Returns Yardage Yards Per Game Yards Per Attempt Returns For Touchdowns

Punting

Punts Fewest Punts Punting Average Most Punts Had Blocked

First Downs

First Downs Per Game By Rushing By Passing By Penalty

Penalties

Penalties Fewest Penalties Penalty Yards Fewest Penalty Yards Fewest Penalty Yards per Game

Fumbles

Fumbles Fewest Fumbles Fumbles Lost Fewest Fumbles Lost

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 (41-of-41) 2012 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

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.) Most Sacks

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

Pass Interceptions 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

71 (1,795 yards) 1,795 (71 returns) 138.1 (1,795 yards in 13 games) 28.7 (14 attempts for 402 yards) 2

96 24 43.6 (44 punts for 1,919 yards) 4

2007 2007 2007 1943 2007

1969 2007 2012 1950, 1939

Interceptions Interception Yards

Total Defense

Fewest Total Offense Attempts Fewest Total Offense Yards Fewest Total Offense Yards Per Attempt

7 vs. Duke (107 yards), 1954 123 vs. Lehigh (5 returns), 1986

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

Punting

Most Times Opponent Forced to Punt Lowest Punting Average (min. 5)

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16 vs. Army, 1937 24.5 (6 for 147) by Penn State, 1968

Season Defense 308 23.7 (308 first downs in 13 games) 243 124 21

2007 2007 2007 1993 1984

81 (595 yards) 28 (240 yards) 676 (54 penalties) 240 (33 penalties in nine games) 240 (28 penalties in 12 games) 20.0 (28 for 240 yards in 12 games)

2000 2011 1963 1942 2011 2011

44 (15 lost) 14 (9 lost) 25 (of 38) 5

1946 1961 2002 1938

Rushing Defense

Fewest Rushing Attempts Allowed 249 (443 yards), 1940 Fewest Rushing Attempts Per Game 27.7 (249 in 9 games), 1940 Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed 443 (249 attempts), 1940 Fewest Rushing Yards Per Game 49.2 (443 in 9 games), 1940 Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed Per Attempt 1.7 (484 yards in 282 attempts), 1944 Fewest Rushing Touchdowns Allowed 0, 1910 Modern Record 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

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

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TEAMâ&#x20AC;&#x2C6;RECORDS 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

Scoring

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

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

Fumbles

154

Most by Opponents Most Lost by Opponents

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

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, 2012. 12, 1997 34, 1981 1.9 (18 for 34), 1981

105, 1940 32.7 (55 for 1,798), 1956 6, 1945

36, 1940 18, 1940 15, 1945

87, 1992 779, 1982 70.8 (779 in 11),1982

42, 1956 25, 1962


ALL-TIMEâ&#x20AC;&#x2C6;LEADERS Rushing

Career (based on net yards) 1. Napoleon McCallum, 1981-85 2. Chris McCoy, 1995-97 3. Eddie Meyers, 1978-81 4. Kyle Eckel, 2002-04 5. Ricky Dobbs, 2008-10 6. Cleveland Cooper, 1972-74 7. Shun White, 2005-08 8. Alton Grizzard, 1987-90 9. Alexander Teich, 2008-11 10. Adam Ballard, 2005-07 Season 1. Napoleon McCallum, 1983 2. Chris McCoy, 1997 3. Napoleon McCallum, 1985 4. Eddie Meyers, 1981 5. Joe Gattuso Jr., 1977 6. Kyle Eckel, 2003 7. Chris McCoy, 1996 8. Ricky Dobbs, 2009 9. Kyle Eckel, 2004 10. Craig Candeto, 2003

Passing

Carries *908 699 589 615 687 579 261 599 410 404

Yds. *4,179 3,401 2,935 2,906 2,665 2,582 2,311 2,174 2,146 2,125

Avg. 4.6 4.9 5.0 4.7 3.9 4.5 *8.9 3.6 5.2 5.3

TD 31 43 16 25 *49 17 20 15 9 14

Career (based on yards) 1. Jim Kubiak, 1991-94 2. Bill Byrne, 1984-86 3. Mike McNallen, 1968-70 4. Bob Leszczynski, 1976-78 5. John Cartwright, 1965-67 6. Roger Staubach, 1962-64 7. Alton Grizzard, 1987-90 8. Ricky Dobbs, 2008-10 9. Allen Glenny, 1971-73 10. Bob Zastrow, 1949-51

A *969 711 818 542 601 463 529 271 428 450

C *558 381 349 271 307 292 247 147 213 183

Carries *331 246 287 277 266 236 268 315 235 271

Yds. *1,587 1,370 1,327 1,318 1,292 1,249 1,228 1,203 1,147 1,112

Avg. 4.8 5.6 4.6 4.8 4.9 5.3 4.6 3.8 4.9 4.1

TD 10 20 14 8 6 10 17 *27 11 16

Int. *30 17 11 9 6 12 14 11 19 14

Game (opponent, year) Carries 1. Shun White (Towson, 2008) 19 2. Eddie Meyers (Syracuse, 1981) *42 3. Eddie Meyers (Army, 1979) *42 4. Sneed Schmidt (Columbia, 1935) 11 5. Chris McCoy (SMU, 1995) 26 6. Chris McCoy (Kent State, 1997) 27 7. Joe Gattuso Jr. (William & Mary, 1977) 29 8. Dan Howard (Boston College, 1972) 34 9. Chuck Smith (Virginia, 1986) 39 10. Napoleon McCallum (Princeton, 1983) 37

Yds. *308 298 278 277 273 268 250 239 230 229

Season (baded on yards) A C 1. Jim Kubiak, 1993 *401 *248 2. Jim Kubiak, 1994 399 211 3. Bill Byrne, 1985 269 151 4. John Cartwright, 1967 241 129 5. Ricky Dobbs, 2010 150 82 6. Bill Byrne, 1986 229 121 7. Alton Grizzard, 1990 240 121 8. Ricky Williamson, 1983 249 123 9. Mike McNallen, 1968 280 124 10. Mike McNallen, 1969 304 120 Game (based on completions) 1. Bill Byrne (Syracuse, 1985) 2. Jim Kubiak (Wake Forest, 1991) 3. Jim Kubiak (Louisville, 1993) 4. Jim Kubiak (Bowling Green, 1993) 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) 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)

Pass Receiving

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. Rob Taylor, 1967 Bert Calland, 1972 3. Jason Van Matre, 1993 4. Rob Taylor, 1966 5. Damon Dixon, 1993 Damon Dixon, 1994

Int. Pct. Yds. TD *47 .576 *6,008 23 32 .536 4,582 *29 42 .427 3,996 13 32 .500 3,945 26 36 .511 3,626 25 19 *.631 3,571 18 23 .467 3,492 20 10 .542 2,770 20 29 .498 2,644 16 *47 .407 2,639 12 Pct. *.618 .529 .561 .535 .547 .528 .504 .494 .443 .394

Yds *2,628 2,388 1,694 1,537 1,527 1,463 1,438 1,394 1,342 1,312

TD Rtg. 11 117.46 10 102.90 8 110.66 9 111.95 *13 *160.78 10 110.43 12 105.60 8 98.18 6 78.05 4 70.86

A 52 54 51 34 42 48 44 38 *55 39

C Int. Yds. TD *37 2 399 2 36 3 *406 2 31 2 300 0 28 1 317 2 28 0 251 1 26 1 224 1 26 1 307 1 25 3 274 2 25 2 298 0 25 2 231 3

A 54 52 34 48 34 44 31 34 51 *55

C Int. Yds. TD 36 3 *406 2 *37 2 399 2 24 3 361 2 22 4 340 2 28 1 317 2 26 1 307 1 22 0 304 1 20 2 302 2 31 2 300 0 25 2 298 0

No. *129 108 107 102 96 93 88 83 79 74 No. *61 *61 59 55 51 51

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

TD *13 6 6 5 2 1 4 7 8 1 TD *6 2 1 4 3 2

Chuck Smith carried the ball 39 times for 230 yards against Virginia in 1986.

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ALL-TIME LEADERS Interceptions

Career (No.) 1. John Sturges, 1974-77 2. John Weaver, 1952-54 Rick Bayer, 1965-67 4. Charlie Robinson, 1971-73 5. Sean Andrews, 1995-97 Gene Ford, 1973-75

No. *13 12 12 11 10 10

Yds. 114 *225 191 35 59 129

Season (No.) 1. Sean Andrews, 1995 John Sturges, 1977 3. John Weaver, 1952 Mike Galpin, 1976 5. Gene Ford, 1975 13 with five interceptions in one season

No. *8 *8 7 7 6

Yds. 30 88 *165 87 85

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. 31 35 73 18 42 *80

Yds. 410 461 *858 197 411 736

Avg. *13.23 13.17 11.80 10.90 9.80 9.20

Season (based on average) 1. Bob Craig, 1953 2. Terry Murray, 1967 3. Phil McConkey, 1977 4. Duncan Ingraham, 1965 5. Napoleon McCallum, 1983

No. 10 11 19 10 21

Yds. 168 167 257 131 272

Avg. *16.8 15.2 13.5 13.1 13.0

Kickoff Returns

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. Gee Gee Greene, 2012 3. Eric Wallace, 1984 4. Pat McGrew, 1997 5. Eric Wallace, 1983 6. Reggie Campbell, 2007

Punting

Career (based on avg. per punt/ 50 min.) 1. John Skaggs, 2000-03 2. Kyle Delahooke, 2008-10 3. Pablo Beltran, 2011-current 4. Tray Calisch, 1997-99 5. Bill Busik, 1940-41 6. Dave Church, 1965-66 Season (based on avg.) 1. John Skaggs, 2001 2. Bill Busik, 1941 3. Pablo Beltran, 2012 4. Kyle Delahooke, 2009 5. Tom Moore, 1971

Total Offense

Career (based on avg.) 1. Shun White, 2005-08 2. Gee Gee Greene, 2009-12 3. Lamar Owens, 2002-05 4. Chris McCoy, 1995-97 Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada, 2005-08

156

No. 22 19 34 21 23

Yds. 638 523 898 537 577

Avg. *29.0 27.5 26.4 25.6 25.1

No. 5 6 9 15 13 40

Yds. 164 187 268 541 370 1,098

Avg. *32.8 31.2 29.7 29.4 28.5 27.5

No. 130 *137 79 108 74 *137

Yds. 4,538 *5,649 3,230 4,397 3,007 5,399

Avg. *42.5 41.2 40.9 40.7 40.6 39.4

No. 48* 41 44 54 67

Yds. 2,151 1,797 1,919 2,327 2,812*

Avg. *44.8 43.8 43.6 43.1 41.9

Plays 261 297 378 *1,007 556

Yds. 2,311 2,123 2,274 *5,958 3,277

Avg. *8.9 7.1 6.0 5.9 5.9

Season (based on avg.) 1. Shun White, 2008 2. Gee Gee Greene, 2012 3. Chris McCoy, 1997 4. Roger Staubach, 1962 5. George Welsh, 1955

Field Goals

Plays 132 120 381 183 203

Yds. 1,092 877 *2,573 1,231 1,348

Avg. *8.3 7.3 6.8 6.7 6.6

Career 1. Steve Fehr, 1979-81 2. Matt Harmon, 2005-08 3. Todd Solomon, 1982-85 Bob Tata, 1976-78 5. Tom Vanderhorst, 1995-98

FG Long *42-*59 50 33-43 49 30-46 *52 30-46 48 28-46 42

-40 36-43 26-32 21-28 23-32 26-35

Season 1. Matt Harmon, 2009 2. Steve Fehr, 1981 3. Tim Shubzda, 1999 Steve Fehr, 1980 5. Todd Solomon, 1984 David Hills, 2001

FG Long *19-*22 49 *18-*25 46 17-*25 49 17-23 50 15-18 *52 15-16 47

-40 40+ 14-15 5-7 14-15 4-10 13-15 4-10 15-17 2-6 10-11 5-7 10-11 5-5

Scoring

40+ 6-16 7-11 9-18 7-14 2-11

Career 1. Ricky Dobbs, 2008-10 2. Chris McCoy, 1995-97 3. Bill Ingram, 1916-18 4. Napoleon McCallum, 1981-85 5. Craig Candeto, 2001-03

TD *49 44 34 33 33

Xpt. 1 %0 59 %2 0

FG Points 0 *296 0 264 0 263 0 200 0 198

Season 1. Bill Ingram, 1917 2. Ricky Dobbs, 2009 3. Chris McCoy, 1997 4. Joe Bellino, 1960 5. Chris McCoy, 1996

TD *21 27 20 18 17

Xpt. *48 0 0 %2 0

FG Points 0 *174 0 162 0 120 0 110 0 102

* Navy record # Consecutive streak extended over two seasons % Indicates points came on two-point conversion

Matt Harmon made 33-43 field goals in his career, including 7-11 from 40 yards and beyond.


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)

Interceptions

Yards 93 91 90 87 81

1. 2. 3. 4.

Yards 87 86 85 85 83

Kickoff Returns 1. 2. 3. 5.

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)

Player (Opponent, Year) Reggie Campbell (Army, 2007) Eric Wallace (Air Force, 1984) Gee Gee Greene (Arizona State, 2012) Eric Wallace (Army, 1983) Marcus Thomas (East Carolina, 2011)

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. 4.

Player (Opponent, Year) Jon Teague (Delaware, 2011) Todd Solomon (Princeton, 1984) Joey Bullen (Army, 2007) Joe Buckley (Wake Forest, 2009) Steve Fehr (Army, 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

Player (Opponent, Year) 1. Wyatt MIddleton (Army, 2010)

Yards 100 95 91 80 80 80

Yards 98 97 95 95 90

Yards 100 80 79 76

Yards 54 52 51 50 50

Yards 79 77 74 74 74

Yards 98

“Barnacle Bill” Busik had a 77-yard punt in the 1941 Army-Navy game.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS Rushing

Year Name 2012 Gee Gee Greene 2011 Kriss Proctor 2010 Ricky Dobbs 2009 Ricky Dobbs 2008 Shun White 2007 Eric Kettani 2006 Adam Ballard 2005 Lamar Owens 2004 Kyle Eckel 2003 Kyle Eckel 2002 Craig Candeto 2001 Brian Madden 2000 Brian Broadwater 1999 Brian Madden 1998 Brian Broadwater 1997 Chris McCoy 1996 Chris McCoy 1995 Chris McCoy 1994 Monty Williams 1993 Jason Van Matre 1992 Jason Van Matre 1991 Jason Van Matre 1990 Jason Pace 1989 Alton Grizzard 1988 Alton Grizzard 1987 Alton Grizzard 1986 Chuck Smith 1985 Napoleon McCallum 1984 Rich Clouse 1983 Napoleon McCallum 1982 Napoleon McCallum 1981 Eddie Meyers 1980 Eddie Meyers 1979 Eddie Meyers 1978 Steve Callahan 1977 Joe Gattuso Jr. 1976 Joe Gattuso Jr. 1975 Bob Jackson 1974 Cleveland Cooper 1973 Cleveland Cooper 1972 Cleveland Cooper 1971 Dan Howard 1970 Andy Pease 1969 Dan Pike 1968 Dan Pike 1967 Jeri Balsly 1966 Terry Murray 1965 Terry Murray 1964 Kip Paskewich 1963 Pat Donnelly 1962 Pat Donnelly 1961 John Sai 1960 Joe Bellino 1959 Joe Bellino 1958 Joe Matalavage 1957 Harry Hurst 1956 Ned Oldham 1955 Ned Oldham 1954 Joe Gattuso Sr. 1953 Joe Gattuso Sr. 1952 Fred Franco 1951 Fred Franco 1950 Frank Hauff 1949 Dave Bannerman 1948 Pete Williams 1947 Bill Hawkins 1946 Pete Williams 1945 Clyde Scott 1944 Bobby Jenkins 1943 Hillis Hume 1942 Gordon Studer 1941 Bill Busik 1940 Bill Busik 1939 Louis Mayo 1938 Emmett Wood

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Rushes Yds. 120 877 211 914 266 967 315 1,203 132 1,092 152 880 154 792 213 880 235 1,147 236 1,249 177 775 217 905 151 597 180 897 162 679 246 1,370 268 1,228 168 803 74 215 88 428 188 632 141 544 136 565 190 626 190 633 152 519 190 933 287 1,327 134 557 331 1,587 165 739 277 1,318 204 957 106 651 175 766 266 1,292 142 591 184 849 166 638 221 898 192 1,046 118 411 92 399 117 329 123 500 159 559 171 663 117 391 65 363 99 603 102 338 95 472 168 834 99 564 40 271 112 634 90 393 86 404 88 636 98 412 163 691 103 369 113 443 110 416 57 269 111 507 85 353 62 334 111 527 87 463 57 225 124 609 114 466 51 221 126 550

Brian Madden led Navy in rushing in 1999 and 2001. He missed the entire 2000 season with a knee injury..

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

Al Glenny 207 Fred Stuvek 109 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

101 54 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

1,295 9 583 1 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

Passing

Year Name Att. Comp. Yds. TD 2012 Keenan Reynolds 108 61 898 9 2011 Kriss Proctor 52 103 787 7 2010 Ricky Dobbs 150 82 1,527 13 2009 Ricky Dobbs 105 56 1,031 6 2008 Kaheaku-Enhada 35 18 305 3 2007 Kaheaku-Enhada 98 55 952 8 2006 Kaheaku-Enhada 48 23 384 5 2005 Lamar Owens 122 63 1,299 6 2004 Aaron Polanco 114 61 1,131 8 2003 Craig Candeto 131 64 1,140 7 2002 Craig Candeto 103 51 843 5 2001 Brian Madden 145 62 902 4 2000 Brian Broadwater 137 73 858 3 1999 Brian Broadwater 107 50 806 4 1998 Brian Broadwater 98 47 838 7 1997 Chris McCoy 135 69 1,203 11 1996 Chris McCoy 109 49 759 6 1995 Ben Fay 144 73 869 3 1994 Jim Kubiak 399 211 2,388 10 1993 Jim Kubiak 401 248 2,628 11 1992 Jason Van Matre 151 72 955 6 1991 Jim Kubiak 154 93 957 2 1990 Alton Grizzard 240 121 1,438 12 1989 Alton Grizzard 147 67 1,109 4 1988 Gary McIntosh 81 35 504 2 1987 Alton Grizzard 73 30 490 2 1986 Bill Byrne 229 121 1,463 10 1985 Bill Byrne 269 151 1,694 8 1984 Bill Byrne 213 109 1,425 11 1983 Rick Williamson 249 123 1,394 8 1982 Marco Pagnanelli 169 98 1,133 7 Marco Pagnanelli 140 80 1,010 1 1981 1980 Fred Reitzel 163 76 908 7 1979 Bob Powers 154 65 983 7 1978 Bob Leszczynski 161 77 1,282 9 1977 Bob Leszczynski 223 110 1,509 8 Bob Leszczynski 158 84 1,154 9 1976 Phil Poirier 104 49 729 3 1975 1974 Phil Poirier 143 58 656 2

Receiving

Year 2012 2011 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

Name Brandon Turner Brandon Turner 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 Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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

Rec. Yds. TD 22 321 4 14 300 3 33 662 5 10 287 3 10 198 1 20 400 2 13 242 4 16 195 2 25 445 1 16 273 1 20 493 5 17 429 2 24 365 2 22 324 1 22 347 0 17 433 6 18 407 3 19 396 2 25 327 1 51 556 2 59 393 1 30 404 4 35 569 2 46 649 5 23 356 1 29 511 4 13 261 1 30 403 2 44 358 1 44 711 6 41 483 3 26 415 3 35 517 1 24 340 3 17 269 3 22 532 6 34 596 4 27 443 2


YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS 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

Kevin Sullivan Robin Ameen Larry Van Loan Bert Calland 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

19 26 33 61 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

336 403 542 650 589 403 189 358 818 727 429 299 321 399 498 307 228 240 386 151 451 262 146 115 141 266 250 163 235 171 200 145 194 126 103 92 123 312

1 2 4 2 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

Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

Name Shawn Lynch Matt Aiken Gary Myers Mario Washington Mario Washington Reggie Campbell Jason Tomlinson Jason Tomlinson Jason Tomlinson Jason Tomlinson Mike McIlravy

No. Yds. Avg. 11 103 9.4 10 50 5.0 13 70 5.4 14 89 6.4 10 62 6.2 11 157 14.3 18 116 6.4 11 89 8.1 22 162 7.4 19 146 7.7 12 44 3.7

2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979

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

9 30 35 20 24 10 16 29 28 14 6 6 18 18 17 17 29 18 8 21 32 11 18 21

97 156 259 97 170 110 64 188 251 64 42 42 197 130 117 99 197 157 60 272 379 62 118 75

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

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

Phil McConkey Phil McConkey Phil McConkey Mike Galpin Robin Ameen Mike Phillips Bert Calland 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 Name 2012 Nick Sloan 2011 Kriss Proctor 2010 Ricky Dobbs 2009 Ricky Dobbs 2008 Matt Harmon 2007 Kaheaku-Enhada Joey Bullen 2006 Matt Harmon 2005 Joey Bullen 2004 Aaron Polanco 2003 Craig Candeto Craig Candeto 2002 2001 David Hills 2000 David Hills 1999 Tim Shubzda 1998 Tom Vanderhorst Chris McCoy 1997 1996 Chris McCoy 1995 Chris McCoy 1994 Monty Williams 1993 Brad Stramanak Tim Rogers 1992 1991 Brad Stramanak 1990 Frank Schenk 1989 Frank Schenk 1988 Ted Fundoukos 1987 Ted Fundoukos 1986 Chuck Smith 1985 Napoleon McCallum 1984 Todd Solomon 1983 Napoleon McCallum 1982 Steve Young

19 19 27 17 16 22 14 10 7 22 10 11 17 13 17 10 17 14 6 6 6

175 257 190 76 71 135 98 39 50 133 123 167 102 138 135 59 124 159 32 123 74

9.2 13.5 7.0 4.5 4.4 6.1 7.0 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

13 8 12 11 10 20 13 18 5 5 9 15 14 14 11 11 9 16 26 10

131 79 38 96 168 127 183 197 37 55 157 147 158 133 114 156 140 131 280 101

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

TD XP FG Pts. 0 41-41 10-15 71 14 0 0 84 14 1 0 86 27 0 0 162 0 38 19 95 12 2 0 76 0 43 11 76 0 37 8 61 0 52 9 79 16 0 0 96 16 0 0 96 16 0 0 96 0 16 15 61 0 17 9 44 0 37 17 88 0 27 6 45 20 0 0 120 17 0 0 102 7 0 0 42 8 0 0 48 10 0 0 60 0 15 6 33 5 0 0 30 0 24 7 45 0 13 12 49 0 21 10 51 0 12 10 42 12 0 0 72 15 0 0 90 0 20 15 65 11 0 0 66 0 18 6 36

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 1937 1936 1935 1934 1933 1932 1931 1930 1929 1928 1927 1926 1925

Steve Fehr Steve Fehr Steve Fehr Bob Tata Bob Tata Joe Gattuso Jr. Larry Muczynski Steve Dykes Cleveland Cooper 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 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001

Name Marcus Thomas Marcus Thomas Marcus Thomas Gee Gee Greene Greg Jones Reggie Campbell Reggie Campbell Karlos Whittaker Jeremy McGown Jeremy McGown Tony Lane Tony Lane

0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 12 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

22 24 17 25 26 0 24 11 2 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

18 17 7 14 9 0 13 6 0 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

76 75 38 67 53 48 63 29 74 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

No. Yds. Avg. 21 483 23.0 33 728 22.1 26 563 21.7 33 607 18.4 11 189 17.2 40 1,098 27.5 17 357 21.0 21 537 25.6 15 309 20.6 14 316 22.6 22 484 22.0 34 898 26.4

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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS 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

Rashad Jamal John Vereen John Vereen Pat McGrew Enrico Hunter Neal Plaskonos Michael Jefferson Billy James Michael Jefferson Cleavon Smith David Owens 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 Name 2012 Matt Warrick 2011 4 players tied 2010 7 players tied 2009 Wyatt Middleton 2008 Ketric Buffin Rashawn King 2007 Ketric Buffin 2006 Jeremy McGown 2005 Keenan Little Greg Thrasher

160

28 26 20 15 22 13 38 34 33 12 12 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

535 550 372 441 474 275 820 715 723 257 202 531 481 452 305 344 488 268 160 360 332 228 143 215 211 231 199 288 120 452 210 511 760 301 255 261 295 243 293 216 308 171 286 88 95 138 104 86 99 125

19.1 21.2 18.6 29.4 21.5 21.2 21.6 21.0 21.9 21.4 16.8 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

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

18.0 21.0 20.7 16.0 21.8 16.1 NA 32.8 NA 27.0 NA NA 29.3

No. 3 2 1 4 3 3 4 3 2 2

Yds. 12 NA NA 69 0 91 53 21 0 16

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

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 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

2 3 3 4 4 2 2 2 5 3 2 2 3 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

16 8 58 53 61 69 16 23 22 18 0 4 96 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

1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938

Pete Williams Clyde Scott Not available Hillis Hume Hillis Hume Not available Not available Not available Emmett Wood

Tackles

4 4 NA 3 3 NA NA NA 4

Year Name 2012 Matt Warrick 2011 Matt Warrick 2010 Tyler Simmons 2009 Ross Pospisil 2008 Ross Pospisil 2007 Irv Spencer 2006 Rob Caldwell 2005 Rob Caldwell 2004 Josh Smith 2003 Josh Smith 2002 Josh Smith 2001 Lenter Thomas 2000 Chris Lepore 1999 Chris Lepore 1998 Jamie Doffermyre 1997 Gervy Alota 1996 Clint Bruce 1995 Clint Bruce 1994 Andy Thompson 1993 Javier Zuluaga 1992 Javier Zuluaga 1991 Chad Chatlos 1990 Bill Bowling 1989 Bob Weissenfels 1988 Bob Weissenfels 1987 Mark Pimpo 1986 Vince McBeth 1985 Jim Dwyer 1984 Jim Dwyer 1983 Andy Ponseigo 1982 Andy Ponseigo 1981 Andy Ponseigo 1980 Mike Kronzer 1979 Mike Kronzer 1978 Tom Paulk 1977 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

24 108 NA 22 33 NA NA NA 40

No. 93 103 131 107 106 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 Top-50 Rushing games (since 1948) Yds. 1. 572 2. 563 3. 558 4. 530 5. 521 521 7. 515 8. 513 9. 512 10. 490 11. 476 12. 471 13. 467 467 15. 464 16. 463 17. 451 18. 438 19. 437 20. 435 21. 428 22. 424 424 24. 422 25. 421 421 27. 420

Opponent North Texas Kent State Towson Central Michigan East Carolina Ball State Colgate Columbia East Carolina Army Rutgers Rice Kent State Colorado State Connecticut Wake Forest Hawai’i Delaware Central Michigan Duke Pennsylvania SMU Air Force Dartmouth Army Southern Miss Temple

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 10/27/12 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 10/8/11 11/19/06

Yds. 28. 418 29. 417 30. 412 31. 410 410 33. 407 34. 404 35. 403 403 37. 402 38. 399 39. 396 40. 394 41. 391 391 43. 390 390 45. 389 46. 388 388 48. 385 49. 384 50. 383

Opponent Tulane Tulane Maryland Yale Western Kentucky Texas State SMU VMI East Carolina Virginia Kent State Columbia William & Mary William & Mary Delaware William & Mary Troy Syracuse West Virginia Connecticut Missouri Princeton William & Mary

Date 11/5/05 11/13/99 9/6/10 10/1/88 9/10/11 11/17/12 10/25/08 9/22/12 9/2/06 9/13/75 9/11/99 11/12/55 9/28/57 10/22/77 9/3/11 10/24/81 11/5/11 11/7/81 10/2/99 9/20/75 12/31/09 10/15/83 9/29/56 Gee Gee Greene rushed for 131 of Navy’s 512 yards as the Mids defeated East Carolina, 56-28, in 2012.

Two Players with 100+Yards Rushing in a Game (since 1948) 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

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)

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 9/10/11 10/1/11 9/22/12 11/10/12

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) Alexander Teich (15-102) W. Kentucky John Howell (3-113) Kriss Proctor (37-134) Air Force Alexander Teich (35-148) Noah Copeland (20-126) VMI Trey Miller (17-116) Gee Gee Greene (16-150) Troy Keenan Reynolds (21-130)

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ADDITIONAL STATISTICS Navy Quarterbacks Who Have Rushed For 100 Yards In A Game

Date Player 10/11/63 Roger Staubach 11/18/67 John Cartwright 10/10/81 Marco Pagnanelli 10/17/87 Alton Grizzard 10/1/88 Gary McIntosh 11/5/88 Alton Grizzard 10/7/89 Alton Grizzard 11/11/89 Alton Grizzard 10/31/92 Jason Van Matre 9/9/95 Chris McCoy 9/30/95 Chris McCoy 11/11/95 Ben Fay 11/18/95 Chris McCoy 9/7/96 Chris McCoy 9/14/96 Chris McCoy 9/28/96 Chris McCoy 10/12/96 Chris McCoy 10/26/96 Chris McCoy 11/16/96 Chris McCoy 9/13/97 Chris McCoy 10/11/97 Chris McCoy 10/18/97 Chris McCoy 11/1/97 Chris McCoy 11/22/97 Chris McCoy 12/6/97 Chris McCoy 9/19/98 Steve Holley 10/17/98 Brian Broadwater 11/7/98 Brian Broadwater 9/11/99 Brian Broadwater 9/18/99 Brian Broadwater 10/2/99 Brian Broadwater 10/30/99 Brian Madden 11/6/99 Brian Madden 11/13/99 Brian Madden 11/20/99 Brian Madden 12/4/99 Brian Madden 11/11/00 Brian Broadwater 12/2/00 Brian Broadwater 9/22/01 Brian Madden 10/6/01 Brian Madden 10/20/01 Brian Madden 10/27/01 Brian Madden 11/10/01 Brian Madden 8/31/02 Craig Candeto 9/21/02 Craig Candeto 12/7/02 Craig Candeto 10/18/03 Craig Candeto 11/01/03 Craig Candeto Craig Candeto 11/22/03 9/4/04 Aaron Polanco 9/11/04 Aaron Polanco 10/23/04 Aaron Polanco 12/30/04 Aaron Polanco 9/3/05 Lamar Owens 10/1/05 Lamar Owens 10/15/05 Lamar Owens 9/2/06 Brian Hampton 9/23/06 Brian Hampton 9/30/06 Brian Hampton 10/7/06 Brian Hampton 11/4/06 Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada 11/18/06 Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada 8/31/07 Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada 9/15/07 Kaipo-Noa Keheaku-Enhada 9/29/07 Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada 10/10/07 Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada 11/17/07 Jarod Bryant 10/4/08 Jarod Bryant 10/25/08 Ricky Dobbs 11/25/08 Ricky Dobbs 9/26/09 Ricky Dobbs 10/10/09 Ricky Dobbs 11/7/09 Ricky Dobbs

Att-Yds. Opponent 18-107 SMU 17-123 Vanderbilt 16-106 Air Force 23-225 Pennsylvania 7-102 Yale 22-103 Syracuse 21-168 Air Force 20-115 Syracuse 26-128 Delaware 26-273 SMU 22-144­ Duke 22-119 Delaware 17-104 Tulane 22-101 Rutgers 27-140 SMU 33-183 Boston College 20-181 Wake Forest 34-201 Delaware 44-214 Tulane 27-121 San Diego State 16-104 Air Force 18-115 VMI 23-147 Notre Dame 27-268 Kent State 31-205 Army 29-188 Kent State 26-216 Colgate 29-132 Rutgers 24-137 Kent State 26-116 Boston College 23-110 West Virginia 34-168 Notre Dame 30-167 Rutgers 25-144 Tulane 29-150 Hawai’i 41-177 Army 15-115 Tulane 24-121 Army 32-106 Boston College 27-110 Air Force 24-128 Rutgers 24-121 Toledo 33-201 Tulane 15-153 SMU 30-138 Northwestern 18-103 Army 36-151 Rice 18-140 Tulane 13-150 Central Michigan 23-130 Duke 29-143 Northeastern 33-179 Rice 26-138 New Mexico 19-122 Maryland 13-106 Duke 22-110 Kent State 34-149 East Carolina 30-118 Tulsa 27-182 Connecticut 22-105 Air Force 14-119 Duke 19-140 Temple 15-102 Temple 11-117 Ball State 15-101 Air Force 25-122 Pitt 27-139 Northern Illinois 24-101 Air Force 42-224 SMU 25-124 Northern Illinois 29-143 Western Kentucky 20-104 Rice 31-102 Notre Dame

Date Player 11/14/09 Ricky Dobbs 11/28/09 Ricky Dobbs 12/12/09 Ricky Dobbs 12/31/09 Ricky Dobbs 10/9/10 Ricky Dobbs 11/6/10 Ricky Dobbs 11/13/10 Kriss Proctor 11/20/10 Ricky Dobbs 12/23/10 Ricky Dobbs 9/3/11 Kriss Proctor 10/1/11 Kriss Proctor 10/8/11 Kriss Proctor 11/12/11 Kriss Proctor 9/22/12 Trey Miller 10/6/12 Trey Miller 11/3/12 Keenan Reynolds 11/10/12 Keenan Reynolds

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. 569 21. 563 563 23. 562 24. 560 25. 559 26. 555 27. 550 28. 546 29. 545 30. 540 31. 537 32. 537 33. 532 532 35. 531 36. 528 37. 527 38. 522 39. 521 40. 517 41. 516 42. 515 43. 514 514 45. 512 46. 510 510 48. 508 508 50. 506 51. 505 52. 502 502 54. 501

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Att-Yds. Opponent 26-100 Delaware 25-127 Hawai’i 33-113 Army 30-166 Missouri 22-100 Wake Forest 17-100 East Carolina 20-201 Central Michigan 31-154 Arkansas State 24-107 San Diego State 22-176 Delaware 37-134 Air Force 17-123 Southern Miss 17-107 SMU 17-116 VMI 18-110 Air Force 26-159 Florida Atlantic 21-130 Troy

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) (421/148) (438/125) (512/51) (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) (390/127) (297/219) (385/130) (294/220) (279/235) (388/124) (410/100) (403/107) (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 Southern Miss Delaware East Carolina 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 Troy Louisiana Tech Missouri Lafayette Vanderbilt Connecticut Western Kentucky VMI 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 10/8/11 11/9/96 10/27/12 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 11/5/11 9/18/10 12/31/09 10/19/85 11/18/67 9/20/75 9/10/11 9/22/12 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 Gee Gee Greene, 95 yards vs. Arizona State on Dec. 29, 2012 Arizona State 62, Navy 28 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 Jordan Drake, 24 yards vs. Indiana on Oct. 20, 2012 Navy 31, Indiana 30 Returned a Fumble for a TD Wyatt Middleton, 98 yards 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 Mike Hull of Penn State, 74 yards on Sept. 15, 2012 Penn State 34, Navy 7 Returned a Blocked Field Goal for a TD Marquese Wheaton of Southern Miss, 79 yards on Oct. 8, 2011 Southern Miss 63, Navy 35 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 San Jose State on Sept. 29, 2012 San Jose State 12, Navy 0

Wyatt Middleton returned an Army fumble 98 yards for a touchdown in Navy’s 31-17 victory over the Black Knights in 2010.

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NAVY-MARINE CORPS MEMORIALâ&#x20AC;&#x2C6;STADIUM RECORDS Rushing Attempts

Individual 44 Chris McCoy vs. Tulane, 1997 Team

80

vs. Air Force, 2011

Team

563

Shun White vs. Towson, 2008

vs. Kent State, 1997

Rushing Touchdowns Individual 5 Team 9

Team

55 55

Ricky Dobbs vs. Delaware, 2009 vs. Kent State, 1997

Jim Kubiak vs. Virginia 1994

vs. Virginia, 1994 by Delaware, 1985

Pass Completions Individual 40 Team

40

Dominique Davis (ECU) vs. Navy, 2011

East Carolina vs. Navy, 2011

Passing Yards Individual 442 Team

442

Patrick Ramsey, Tulane, 2001

by Tulane, 2001

Passing Touchdowns Individual 5

4 4 4

Extra Points 10

Most Punt Returns

6 6 6

Most Punt Return Yardage

Pass Attempts Individual 55

Rushing Yards Individual 348

Field Goals

Bobby Goodman, Virginia, 1992

Team

5

by Virginia, 1992

16

David Boler, Delaware, 2004

117

Most Kickoff Returns

7 7

Most Kickoff Return Yardage

170

Most Punts

12

Best Punt Average (Min. 5 att.)

50.2

Longest Rush

91

Longest Pass

92

Longest Punt

74

Longest Field Goal

54 54

Longest Punt Return Receptions 86 Receiving Yards

274

Touchdown Receptions

Points

164

4

70

Corey Hill, Colgate, 1998

Eron Riley, Duke, 2007

Georgia Tech 70, Navy 7, 2001

86

Longest Kickoff Return

100

Longest Interception Return

95

Steve Fehr vs. Boston College, 1981 Joe Striefsky of Delaware, 2009 Austin Lopez of San Jose State, 2012

Luke Manget, Georgia Tech, 2001

Tony Bethel, Louisville, 1994 Jerrod Washington, Virginia, 1992 Terry Murray vs. Syracuse, 1967

Terry Murray vs. Syracuse, 1967

John Vereen vs. West Virginia, 1998 Mike Jefferson vs. Virginia, 1995

Mike Jefferson vs. Virginia, 1995

Jack Detwiler vs. Virginia, 1968

Joe Ince vs. Pittsburgh, 1963

Pat McGrew vs. Kent State, 1997 (TD)

S. Fisher to J. Kehoe, Virginia, 1960 (TD)

Tom Moore vs. Boston College, 1970

Steve Leo, Delaware, 1992 Jon Teague vs. Delaware, 2011

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 1882 Vauix Carter 1892 Ben Crosby (Yale) 1893 Josh Hartwell (Yale) 1894 Bill Wurtenburg (Yale) 1895 Matt McClung (Lehigh) 1896 Johnny Poe (Princeton) 1897-99 Bill Armstrong (Yale) 1900 Garrett Cochran (Princeton) 1901-02 Doc Hillebrand (Princeton) 1903 Burr Chamberlain (Yale) 1904-06 Paul Dashiell (Lehigh) 1907 Joe Reeves (USNA) 1908-10 Frank Berrien (USNA) 1911-14 Doug Howard (USNA) 1915-16 Jonas Ingram (USNA) 1917-19 Gil Dobie (Minnesota) 1920-24 Bob Folwell (Penn) 1925 Jack Owsley (Yale) 1926-30 Bill Ingram (USNA) 1931-33 Rip Miller (Notre Dame) 1934-36 1946-47 Tom Hamilton (USNA) 1937-38 Hank Hardwick (USNA) 1939-41 Swede Larson (USNA) 1942-43 Billick Whelchel (USNA) 1944-45 Oscar Hagberg (USNA) 1948-49 George Sauer (Nebraska) 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 40-26

All-Time Assistant Coaches

Assistant Years Amstutz, Thomas 1988-89 Belichick, Steve 1956-89 Bell, Richard 1994 Bennett, Leeman 1969 Biddle, Dick 1990-91 Bohannon, Brian 2002-07 Boudreau, Paul 1982 Bradford, Vic 1947 Bresnahan, Chuck 1986 Bresnahan, Tom 1973-80 Briner, Greg 1994 Brown, Sterling 1966 Bugel, Joe 1969-72 Bumpas, Dick 1995-98 Campbell, A.C. 1967-68 Clark, Don 1950-51 Collins, Tim 1971-72 Conley, Scotty 2000-2001 Corso, Lee 1966-68 Culton, Chris 2003-present Daniel, Clarence 1970 Davis, Justin 2007-present DeRuyter, Tim 1999-2001 Donnelly, Pat 1975 Donnor, Charlie 1990-94 Drake, Mike 1989-94 Duden, Dick 1954-59 Dunlap, Steve 1982-83 DuPaix, Joe 2008-10 Erdelatz, Eddie 1945-47 Eshmont, Len 1950-55 Ferkany, Ed 1970-71 Fontes, Len 1973-76 Forzano, Rick 1959-64 Franks, Jerry 1982-88 Gillogly, Jay 1976 Gonos, Jake 1990-94 Grantham, Tony 2003-06, 2008-present Green, Buddy 2002-present Gregory, Jack 1966 Hardin, Wayne 1955-58 Harp, Tom 1972 Harris, Ron 1992-94 Hart, Dave Sr. 1964-65 Hartman, Jerry 1983-85, 90-91 Haushalter, Bill 1973-86 Hickson, Frank 1990-93 Higgins, Jim 1986 Hobbs, Homer 1952 Hudspeth, Mark 2001 Hyder, John 1967 Ingalls, Robert 1948-49 Ingram, Ashley 2008-present Jackson, Fred 1987-88 Jasper, Ivin 1995-96, 2002-present Johns, Steve 2008-present Johnson, Paul 1995-96 Jones, Keith 2002-present Jorge, Ernie 1955-66 Judge, Mike 2008-present Kelly, Kevin 2002-05 Kiesel, Kevin 1991-92 Krivak, Joe 1977-81 Lantz, Rick 1971-76, 2001 Lewis, Terry 1972-74, 82-83 Mack, Ken 1981 Magazu, Dave 1987-89 Mark, Joe 1967-68 Markos, Art 1977-81 Martin, Ben 1949-54 Matsko, John 1985 1987-88 Mattison, Greg McCulley, Pete 1970-71 McGuire, Tim 1991-92 McKeehan, Gene 1995-2000 McMackin, Greg 1991-92

Assistant Years McMillian, Charles 2000 McNeish, Robert 1947 McWilliams, Hugh 1960-66 Miller, Rip 1934-47 Monahan, Phil 1958-60 Monken, Jeff 2002-07 Morrison, Bobby 1982-86 Murphy, Dennis 1992-93 Murray, Mark 1993-94 Neal, Bill 1965 Niumatalolo, Ken 1995-98, 2002-07 Norwood, Brian 1995-1999 Nua, Shaun 2012-present O’Brien, Tom 1976-81 Oliver, Jerome 1984-86 O’Rourke, Danny 2002-present Pasquale, Larry 1969-70 Patterson, Gary 1995 Peccatiello, Larry 1969 Pees, Dean 1987-89 Pehrson, Dale 1996-present Petchel, Bob 1981 Raye, Tommy 1995-1999 Reese, Carl 1990 Rison, Mose 1987-89 Roberts , J.D. 1960 Robinson, Danilo 2000-01 Rogers, Kevin 1983-90 Ross, Don 1960 Royer, Lee 1971-72 Runyan, Scott 1995-97 Saban, Nick 1982 Schuette, Carl 1961-68 Scovil, Doug 1963-65 Seamon, Greg 1987-88 Sekanovich, Dan 1970 Shaffer, Sam 1990-94 Smear, Steve 1976 Smith, Earle Jr. 1975 Spann, Tom 1982-86 Spaziani, Frank 1975-81 Speed, Joe 2006-09 Spencer, Todd 1996-2007 Strahm, Dale 1977-80 Stanley, Jim 1969-70 Steckel, Les 1977-78 Steinmark, Sammy 1999-2001 Stewart, Bill 1984-85 Stock, Mike 1968 Swartz, Ray 1938-49 Sykes, Napoleon 2011-11 Todd, Turnley 1968 Tranquill, Gary 1973-76 1989 Trgovac, Mike Uzelac, Elliott 1971-74 Vaught, Mike 1995-2000 Vooletich, Milan 1987-89 Ware, Mitch 1997-2001 1960 Welsh, George Williams, Doug 1994 Wilson, John 1947 Yokitis, Mick 2011-present

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NAVY ALL-STAR GAME APPEARANCES American Bowl Michael Clark, TE Lee Corso, Coach

1969 1969

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

Casino Del Sol All-Star Game Brandon Turner, WR Keegan Wetzel, OLB

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

1965 *1985 #1996 #1996 #1996 #1996 %1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1999 1999 2000 2001

2012 2012

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

Eastern College All-Star Game Scott Emerson, T R. Towns (Tex) Lawrence, T Pete Williams, HB

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1935 1947 1948 1948 1953 1955 1956 1956 1957 1958 1958 1959 1961 1961 1962 1965 1965

1949 1949 1949

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 Jabaree Tuani, DE Brandon Turner, WR

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 2011 2012

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

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

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

1975 1976 1976 1978 1979 1981 1983 1984 1985 1985

Lions All-America Bowl Kevin Sullivan, TE

1976

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

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

Raycom All-Star Classic Gee Gee Greene, SB

Senior Bowl

Napoleon McCallum, RB Eric Kettani, FB * Most Valuable Player

South Carolina College All-Star Game Gee Gee Greene, SB Tra’ves Bush

U.S. Bowl (Washington, D.C.) Greg Mather, E

2012

*1986 2008

2012 2012

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 Year 1953 1957 1958 1969 1980 2010 2011 2012

Player Steve Eisenhauer, G Tom Forrestal, QB Joe Tranchini, QB Daniel Lee Pike, RB Theodore Dumbauld, LB John Dowd, OG John Dowd, OG Keegan Wetzel, OLB

Post-Graduate Scholarship Winners Year 1965 1969 1970 1975 1976 1981 1999 2011

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 John Dowd, OG

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

National Football Foundation Scholar-Athletes Year 1963 1965 1969 1974 1980 1991 1999 2011

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 John Dowd, OG

Theodore Roosevelt Award Year 1976 1984 2000

Player Thomas J. Hamilton, HB William Porter Lawrence, HB Roger Staubach, QB

Rhodes Scholars Year 1929 1947

Player Francis Rahr Duborg, G Stansfield Turner, G

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 2013

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) Wayne Hardin, Head Coach (1959-64)

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)

Roger Staubach won the Maxwell Trophy in 1963.

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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 1977 Ed Reid, DE 1978 John Taylor, OT 1979 Ted Dumbauld, LB 1980 Curt Gainer, TE 1981 Ken Fancher, LB 1982 Jeff Johnson, OG 1983 Rick Pagel, DE 1984 John Carroll, DB 1985 Chris Castelli, OG 1986 Enoch Blazis, NG 1987 John Nobers, QB 1988 Bert Pangrazio, FB 1989 Steve Tazza, DB 1990 Dave Christel, DT 1991 Robert Goodson, DT 1992 Greg Hubbard, OG 1993 James Spaman, TE 1994 Ross Scott, WR 1995 Shaun Stephenson, WR 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 2012 George Jamison, DB 2013 Bernie Sarra, NG

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 2011 Jabaree Tuani, DE 2012 Keenan Reynolds, QB

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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 2003 Eddie Carthan, OLB 2004 Bobby McClarin, LB 2005 Eric Shuey, P 2006 Jeremy McGown, DB 2007 Zerbin Singleton, SB 2008 Tyree Barnes, WR 2009 Ross Pospisil, LB 2010 Wyatt Middleton, DB 2011 Jabaree Tuani, DE 2012 Keegan Wetzel, OLB

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 2011 John Dowd, OG 2012 Josh Cabral, OG

The Joe Bellino Award

The Joe Bellino Award is presented to the varsity football player whose inspiring on-the-field performance made a significant impact on the team and contributed to its overall success during the season. 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 2011 Alexander Teich, FB 2012 Gee Gee Greene, SB

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 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 2011 2012

Chris Weiler, SE Greg Schildmeyer, TE Mike Ray, FL Mike Musser, DT Kevin Voss, TE Steve Tazza, DB Frank Schenk, K B.J. Mason, WR Mike Kozub, FB Steve Lipsey, DB Chris Hart, DB Brian Schrum, P Scott Zimmerman, OT Jason Covarrubias, P Tom Vanderhorst, K Terrence Anderson, C Brad Wimsatt, DT Matt Berger, DT Grant Moody, OG Eli Sanders, S Jeff Vanak, DE Marshall Green, OT Tyler Tidwell, OLB Irv Spencer, LB Rashawn King, CB Craig Schaefer, OLB Kyle Delahooke, P Aaron Santiago, SB Keegan Wetzel, OLB

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 2011 Alexander Teich, FB 2012 Gee Gee Greene, SB

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 2011 Brian Bllick, S 2012 John Howell, SB


NAVAL ACADEMY ATHLETIC AWARDS Football Players Who 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 Other Varsity Sport C.S. Bookwalter ‘94 Crew A.G. Kavanagh ‘94 F.D. Karns ‘95 Crew/Track L.C. Palmer ‘96 Crew/Track J.W. Powell ‘97 Crew John Halligan Jr. ‘98 Crew J.K. Taussig ‘99 Track F.D. Berrien ‘00 Track/Baseball R. Williams ‘01 Crew N.E. Nichols ‘02 Crew F.H. Potett ‘03 Baseball W.F. Halsey Jr. ‘04 J.C. Farley ‘05 Crew D.L. Howard ‘06 H.L. Spencer ‘07 Baseball A.H. Douglas ‘08 Baseball P.W. Northcroft ‘09 Track E.D. Wilson ‘11 Frank Loftin ‘11 Wrestling/Crew D.W. Hamilton ‘12 Lacrosse K.P. Gilcrest ‘14 Lacrosse E.W. Miles ‘18 Football E.W. Miles ‘18 Football W.A. Ingram ‘20 Crew E.D. Graves Jr. ‘21 Crew E.P. Moore ‘21 Crew E.E. Larson ‘22 Lacrosse H.A. Bolles ‘23 Crew S.G. Barchet ‘24 Baseball T.J. Hamilton ‘27 Basketball/Baseball E.A. Hannigan ‘28 Baseball E.W. Parish Jr. ‘29 Lacrosse C.W. Hughes ‘30 Wrestling R.M. Bowstrom ‘31 Basketball M.H. Tuttle ‘32 J.J. Waybright ‘34 Track W.C. Clark ‘35 Lacrosse R.E. Dornin ‘35 Basketball/Lacrosse C.M. Fellows ‘36 Basketball/Lacrosse A.H. Soucek ‘37 Lacrosse W.T. Ingram ‘38 Basketball/Baseball L.D. Cooke ‘39 Baseball E.S. Gillette Jr. ‘40 Lacrosse H.A. Harwood ‘42 Baseball W.M. Chewning ‘42 R.J. Zoeller ‘43 Basketball A.S. Cameron ‘44 Track B.S. Martin ‘46 Track D.A. Barksdale ‘46 Boxing/Lacrosse D.B. Whitmire ‘47 R.U. Scott ‘48 Track P.J. Ryan ‘50 Lacrosse W.C. Earl ‘51 Lacrosse R.P. McDonald’ 52 Lacrosse F.J. Franco Jr. ‘54 J.A. Gattuso ‘55 Wrestling G.T. Welsh’ 56 Baseball Raymond Wellborn ‘59 Joseph Bellino ‘61 Baseball John Hewitt ‘62 Lacrosse Roger Staubach ‘65 Basketball/Baseball Roger Staubach ‘65 Baseball Roger Staubach ‘65 Baseball Roger Bickel ‘66 William Dow ‘68 Basketball Daniel Pike ‘70 Lacrosse Charles Voith ‘73 Lacrosse Cleveland Cooper ‘75 Chester Moeller ‘76 Jeffrey Sapp ‘77

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

Ricky Dobbs won the Thompson Trophy in 2010.

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 M.A. Kercher ‘16

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 Who 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

Other Varsity Sport Crew Crew/Track Crew/Track Crew Crew Track

Football Players Who Won the 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

Crew Baseball/Track Track Crew/Track Baseball Baseball Wrestling/Crew Track Basketball/Baseball Crew/Track Basketball/Crew Crew

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ALL-TIME SCORES 1879 (0-0-1) Captain: Bill Maxwell D11 Baltimore Athletic Club

T

0-0

1882 (1-0-0) Coach: Vauix Carter Captain: Alex Jackson N30 Johns Hopkins

W

8-0

1883 (0-1-0) Captain: Frank Hill N29 Johns Hopkins

L

0-2

1884 (1-0-0) Captain: Jim Kittrel N27 Johns Hopkins

W

9-6

1885 (1-2-0) Captain: Cornelius Billings St. John’s College N26 Johns Hopkins Princeton Frosh

W 46-10 L 8-12 L 0-10

1886 (3-3-0)

Captain: Clarence Stone St. John’s College Johns Hopkins St. John’s College N25 Johns Hopkins Princeton (2nd Team) Gallaudet (Kendall)

W 12-0 W 6-0 L 0-4 W 15-14 L 0-30 L 0-16

1887 (3-1-0)

Captain: George Hayward St. John’s College St. John’s College Johns Hopkins Princeton (2nd Team)

W 4-0 W 24-0 W 8-0 L 5-22

1888 (1-4-0)

Captain: George Fermier St. John’s College Gallaudet (Kendall) Johns Hopkins Pennsylvania D9 St. John’s College

L 4-6 W 4-0 L 12-25 L 9-20 L 6-22

1889 (4-1-1)

Captain: Albertus Catlin St. John’s College Johns Hopkins N9 Dickinson Lehigh D7 Virginia Washington All-Stars

W 20-10 W 36-0 T 0-0 L 6-26 W 26-6 W 24-0

1890 (5-1-1)

Captain: Charles Emrich St. John’s College Georgetown N8 Dickinson Columbia Athletic Club Kendall Lehigh N29 at Army *## * First Army-Navy Game ## The Plain-West Point, N.Y.

W 45-0 W 70-4 W 32-6 T 6-6 W 24-0 L 4-24 W 24-0

1891

Captain: Charles Macklin St. John’s College Rutgers Gallaudet (Kendall) N11 Georgetown N14 Dickinson Lafayette N28 Army ##

(5-2-0) W 28-6 W 21-12 W 6-0 W 16-4 W 34-4 L 0-4 L 16-32

## Thompson Stadium-Annapolis, Md.

1892

Coach: Ben Crosby Captain: Martin Trench Pennsylvania Princeton Lafayette Franklin & Marshall Rutgers Georgetown N26 Army ## ## The Plain-West Point, N.Y.

1893

Coach: Josh Hartwell Captain: Art Kavanagh Pennsylvania O14 Dickinson Virginia Lehigh Georgetown Franklin & Marshall Virginia D2 Army ##

(5-2-0) L 0-16 L 0-28 W 22-4 W 24-0 W 48-12 W 40-0 W 12-4

(5-3-0) L 0-34 W 26-0 W 28-0 L 6-12 W 22-10 W 34-6 L 0-12 W 6-4

## Thompson Stadium-Annapolis, Md.

1894 (4-1-2)

Coach: Bill Wurtenburg Captain: Mike McCormick Elizabeth Athletic Club Georgetown Pennsylvania Carlisle Indians N11 Lehigh Penn State Baltimore City College

1895

Coach: Matt McClung Captain: Ed Macauley Elizabeth Athletic Club N.J. Athletic Club Franklin & Marshall Carlisle Indians Virginia (Forfeit) Orange Athletic Club Lehigh

1896

Coach: Johnny Poe Captain: Joe Powell Pennsylvania Franklin & Marshall St. John’s College Penn Reserves Rutgers Lehigh N23 White Squadron Lafayette

T 6-6 W 12-0 L 0-12 W 8-0 W 10-0 T 6-6 W 30-6

(5-2-0) W 6-0 W 34-0 W 68-0 W 34-0 W 1-0 L 6-10 L 4-6

(5-3-0) L 0-8 W 49-0 W 50-0 L 0-6 W 40-6 W 24-10 W 11-5 L 6-18

1897

Coach: Bill Armstrong Captain: Johnny Halligan Princeton Penn Reserves Princeton Reserves O20 Penn State Rutgers (Forfeit) Virginia Maryland State Lehigh White Squadron

1898

Coach: Bill Armstrong Captain: Charles Fischer O8 Bucknell O15 Princeton O22 Penn State O29 Lafayette N5 Columbian Col. (G.W.) N12 Lehigh N19 at Virginia N24 VMI

(8-1-0) L 0-28 W 22-0 W 6-0 W 40-0 W 1-0 W 4-0 W 38-0 W 28-6 W 8-0

(7-1-0)

1902

Coach: Doc Hillebrand Captain: Charles Belknap S27 Georgetown O4 Princeton O15 Lehigh O22 Pennsylvania O25 Dickinson N1 Penn State N8 Lafayette N15 Bucknell N22 Columbia N29 Army ##

(2-7-1)

## Franklin Field - Philadelphia, Pa.

1903

(4-7-1)

Coach: Burr Chamberlain Captain: Charles Soule W 18-0 O10 Gallaudet O14 Virginia W 6-5 O17 Dickinson W 5-0 O21 Baltimore Med. College T 0-0 O24 Lafayette L 5-6 L 5-12 O28 Georgetown O31 Penn State L 0-17 N4 N.Y. Naval Militia W 28-0 N7 Washington & Jefferson L 0-16 1899 (5-3-0) N14 Bucknell L 5-23 Head Coach: Bill Armstrong L 0-11 N21 Virginia Tech Captain: Ward Wortman N28 Army ## L 5-40 O7 Princeton L 0-5 O14 Georgetown W 12-0 ## Franklin Field - Philadelphia, Pa. O21 Penn State W 6-0 O28 Lafayette L 0-5 1904 (7-2-1) N4 North Carolina W 12-0 Coach: Paul Dashiell W 35-0 N11 Trinity Captain: Lou Farley N18 Lehigh W 24-0 O8 VMI W 12-0 D2 Army ## L 5-17 O12 Marine Officers W 68-0 ## Franklin Field - Philadelphia, Pa. O15 Princeton W 10-9 O19 St. John’s College W 23-0 O22 Dickinson T 0-0 1900 (6-3-0) L 0-9 O29 Swarthmore Coach: Garrett Cochran N5 Penn State W 20-9 Captain: Orie Fowler N12 at Virginia W 5-0 O6 Baltimore Med. College W 6-0 W 11-0 N19 Virginia Tech O13 Princeton L 0-5 N26 Army ## L 0-11 O20 Georgetown W 6-0 O24 Lehigh W 15-0 ## Franklin Field - Philadelphia, Pa. N3 Washington & Jefferson W 18-0 W 44-0 N10 Penn State 1905 (10-1-1) N17 Columbia L 0-11 Coach: Paul Dashiell N21 Pennsylvania L 6-28 Captain: Douglas Howard W 11-7 D1 Army ## O7 VMI W 34-0 ## Franklin Field - Philadelphia, Pa. O11 St. John’s College W 29-0 O14 Dickinson W 6-0 O18 Western Maryland W 29-0 1901 (6-4-1) W 38-0 O21 North Carolina Coach: Doc Hillebrand O25 Maryland Aggies W 17-0 Captain: Neil Nichols O28 Swarthmore L 5-6 O5 Georgetown T 0-0 N4 Penn State W 11-5 O9 St. John’s College W 28-2 W 34-0 N11 Bucknell O12 Yale L 0-24 N18 Virginia W 22-0 O19 Lehigh W 18-0 N25­­­ Virginia Tech W 12-6 O21 Pennsylvania W 6-5 D2 Army ## T 6-6 O26 Penn State L 6-11 N2 Dickinson W 12-6 ## Palmer Stadium-Princeton, N.J. N9 Carlisle Indians W 16-5 N16 Washington & Jefferson W 17-11 1906 (8-2-2) N20 Columbia L 5-6 Coach: Paul Dashiell N30 Army ## L 5-11 Captain: Herbert Spencer ## Franklin Field - Philadelphia, Pa. O6 Dickinson T 0-0 O10 Maryland Aggies W 12-0 L 0-5 O13 Princeton O17 St. John’s College W 34-0 O20 Lehigh W 12-0 O24 Western Maryland W 31-0 O27 Bucknell T 0-0 N3 Penn State L 0-5 N10 Swarthmore W 5-4 N17 North Carolina W 40-0 N24 Virginia Tech W 5-0 D1 Army ## W 10-0 W 11-0 L 0-30 W 16-11 W 18-0 W 52-5 W 6-5 W 6-0 W 21-5

## Franklin Field - Philadelphia, Pa.

172

L 0-4 L 0-11 T 5-5 W 10-6 L 0-6 L 0-6 W 12-11 L 0-23 L 0-5 L 8-22


ALL-TIME SCORES 1907

Coach: Joe Reeves Captain: Arch Douglas O2 St. John’s College O5 Dickinson O9 Maryland Aggies O12 Vanderbilt O16 St. John’s College O19 Harvard O26 Lafayette N2 West Virginia N9 Swarthmore N16 Penn State N23 Virginia Tech N30 Army ##

(9-2-1)

## Franklin Field - Philadelphia, Pa.

1908

Coach: Frank Berrien Captain: Percy Northcroft O3 Rutgers O4 St. John’s College O10 Dickinson O14 Maryland Aggies O17 Lehigh O24 Harvard O28 George Washington O31 Carlisle Indians N7 Villanova N14 Penn State N21 Virginia Tech N28 Army ##

(9-2-1)

## Franklin Field - Philadelphia, Pa.

1909

Coach: Frank Berrien Captain: George Meyer O6 St. John’s College O9 Rutgers O16 Villanova O23 Virginia O30 Princeton N6 Washington & Jefferson N13 Western Reserve N20 Davidson Army (cancelled)

1910

Coach: Frank Berrien Captain: T. Starr King O1 St. John’s College O8 Rutgers O15 Washington & Jefferson O22 Virginia Tech O29 Western Reserve N5 Lehigh N12 Carlisle Indians N19 New York University N26 Army ##

Coach: Doug Howard Captain: Jack Dalton O7 Johns Hopkins O11 St. John’s College O14 Washington & Jefferson O21 Princeton O28 Western Reserve N4 N.C. State N11 West Virginia N18 Penn State N25 Army ##

W 18-0 W 22-0 W 22-0 W 57-0 W 16-0 T 6-6 W 17-0 L 6-16 W 30-6 W 5-0 W 15-4 L 4-6

(4-3-1) W 16-6 W 12-3 L 6-11 L 0-5 L 3-5 T 0-0 W 17-6 W 45-6

(8-0-1)

(6-3)

Coach: Doug Howard Captain: Pete Rodes O5 Johns Hopkins O12 Lehigh O19 Swarthmore O26 Pittsburgh N1 Western Reserve N9 Bucknell N16 N.C. State N23 New York University N30 Army ##

## Franklin Field - Philadelphia, Pa.

1913

Coach: Doug Howard Captain: K.P. Gilchrist O4 Pittsburgh O11 Georgetown O18 Dickinson O25 Maryland Aggies N1 Lehigh N8 Bucknell N15 Penn State N22 New York University N29 Army ##

W 7-3 L 0-14 L 6-21 W 13-6 W 7-0 L 7-17 W 40-0 W 39-0 W 6-0

(7-1-1)

## Polo Grounds - New York, N.Y.

T 0-0 W 23-0 W 29-0 W 76-0 W 39-0 W 70-7 W 10-0 W 48-0 L 9-22

1915

Coach: Jonas Ingram Captain: Arthur Miles O2 Georgetown O9 Pittsburgh O16 at Pennsylvania O23 Virginia Tech O30 N.C. State N6 Bucknell N13 Colby N20 Ursinus N27 Army ##

## Polo Grounds - New York, N.Y.

1916

Coach: Jonas Ingram Captain: Clarence Ward S30 Dickinson O7 Georgetown O11 Maryland State O14 Pittsburgh O21 West Virginia O28 Georgia N4 Washington & Lee N11 N.C. State N18 Villanova N25 Army ##

## Polo Grounds - New York, N.Y.

1914

Coach: Doug Howard Captain: Harvey Overesch O3 Georgetown O10 Pittsburgh O17 at Pennsylvania O24 Western Reserve O31 N.C. State N7 Fordham N14 Colby N21 Ursinus N28 Army ##

## Franklin Field - Philadelphia, Pa.

(6-3) W 13-0 L 6-13 L 6-13 W 48-0 W 16-14 W 21-0 W 31-21 W 33-2 L 0-20

1917

(3-5-1) L 0-9 L 12-47 T 7-7 W 20-0 L 12-14 W 13-3 W 28-14 L 7-10 L 0-14

(6-3-1) T 0-0 W 13-7 W 14-7 L 19-20 W 12-7 W 27-3 L 0-10 W 50-0 W 57-7 L 7-15

(7-1)

Coach: Gil Dobie Captain: Earnest Von Heimburg W 27-6 S29 Davidson O6 West Virginia L 0-7 O13 Maryland State W 62-0 W 62-0 O20 Carlisle Indians O27 Haverford W 89-0 N3 Western Reserve W 95-0 N10 Georgetown W 28-7 N17 Villanova W 80-3

1918

Coach: Gil Dobie Captain: Bill Ingram O26 Newport Tr. St. N2 St. Helena Tr. St. N9 Norfolk Naval Base N16 Ursinus* N23 Great Lakes * Most points scored by Navy

(4-1) W 47-7 W 66-0 W 37-6 W 127-0 L 6-7

1919

Coach: Gil Dobie Captain: Eddie Ewen O4 N.C. State O11 Johns Hopkins O25 Bucknell N1 West Virginia Wesleyan N8 Georgetown N15 Colby N29 Army ## ## Polo Grounds - New York, N.Y.

(6-1) W 49-0 W 66-0 W 21-6 W 20-6 L 0-6 W 121-0 W 6-0

1920

Coach: Bob Folwell Captain: Eddie Ewen O2 N.C. State O9 Lafayette O16 Bucknell O23 at Princeton O30 Western Reserve N6 Georgetown N13 South Carolina N27 Army ##

## Polo Grounds - New York, N.Y.

(6-2) L 7-14 W 12-7 W 7-2 L 0-14 W 47-0 W 21-6 W 63-0 W 7-0

1921

Coach: Bob Folwell Captain: Emery Larson O1 N.C. State O8 Western Reserve O15 Princeton O29 Bethany N5 Bucknell N12 Penn State • N26 Army ##

• Franklin Field - Philadelphia, Pa. ## Polo Grounds - New York, N.Y.

(6-1) W 40-0 W 53-0 W 13-0 W 21-0 W 6-0 L 7-13 W 7-0

W 16-0 T 0-0 W 15-0 W 3-0 W 17-0 W 30-0 W 6-0 W 9-0 W 3-0

## Franklin Field-Philadelphia, Pa.

1911

W 26-0 W 15-0 W 12-0 T 6-6 W 12-0 L 0-6 W 17-0 W 6-0 L 0-18 W 6-4 W 12-0 W 6-0

1912

(6-0-3)

## Franklin Field - Philadelphia, Pa.

W 27-5 W 21-0 W 16-0 T 0-0 T 0-0 W 17-6 W 32-0 T 0-0 W 3-0

The 1917 Navy team went 7-1 and outscored the opposition 443-20. The Mids scored more than 60 points five times.

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ALL-TIME SCORES 1922

Coach: Bob Folwell Captain: Vincent Conroy O7 Western Reserve O14 Bucknell O21 Georgia Tech O28 at Pennsylvania N3 Penn State ++ N11 St. Xavier (Ohio) N25 Army ##

(5-2) W 71-0 W 14-7 W 13-0 L 7-13 W 14-0 W 52-0 L 14-17

++ American League Park - Washington, D.C. ## Franklin Field - Philadelphia, Pa.

1923

Coach: Bob Folwell Captain: Arthur Carney S29 William & Mary O6 Dickinson O13 West Virginia Wesleyan O20 at Penn State O27 Princeton •• N3 Colgate N10 St. Xavier (Ohio) N24 Army ## J1 Washington <>

(5-1-3) W 39-10 W 13-7 W 26-7 L 3-21 T 3-3 W 9-0 W 61-0 T 0-0 T 14-14

•• Municipal Stadium - Baltimore, Md. ## Polo Grounds - New York, N.Y. <> Rose Bowl - Pasadena Calif. (The Rose Bowl)

1924

Coach: Bob Folwell Captain: Edmund Taylor O4 William & Mary O11 Marquette O18 at Princeton O25 West Virginia Wesleyan N1 Penn State N8 Vermont N15 Bucknell N29 Army ••

1925

Coach: Jack Owsley Captain: August Lentz O3 William & Mary O10 Marquette O17 Princeton •• O24 Washington College O31 at Michigan N7 Western Maryland N14 Bucknell N28 Army ##

(5-2-1) W 25-0 W 19-0 T 10-10 W 37-0 L 0-54 W 27-0 W 13-7 L 3-10

•• Municipal Stadium - Baltimore, Md. ## Polo Grounds - New York, N.Y.

1926

Coach: Bill Ingram Captain: Frank Wickhorst O2 Purdue O9 Drake O9 Richmond O16 at Princeton O23 Colgate O30 Michigan •• N6 West Virginia Wesleyan N13 Georgetown N20 Loyola N27 Army +

(9-0-1) W 17-13 W 24-7 W 26-0 W 27-13 W 13-7 W 10-0 W 53-7 W 10-7 W 35-13 T 21-21

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

(2-6)

1927

Coach: Bill Ingram Captain: Ned Hannegan O1 Davis & Elkins O8 Drake O15 Notre Dame •• O22 Duke O29 at Pennsylvania N5 West Virginia Wesleyan N12 at Michigan N19 Loyola N26 Army ##

(6-3) W 27-0 W 35-6 L 6-19 W 32-6 W 12-6 W 26-0 L 12-27 W 33-6 L 9-14

•• Municipal Stadium - Baltimore, Md. ## Polo Grounds - New York, N.Y.

1928

Coach: Bill Ingram Captain: Ed Burke S29 Davis & Elkins O6 Boston College O13 Notre Dame + O20 Duke O27 at Pennsylvania N3 West Virginia Wesleyan N10 Michigan •• N17 Loyola College N24 Princeton •

(5-3-1) L 0-2 L 0-6 L 0-7 W 6-0 W 6-0 W 37-0 T 6-6 W 57-0 W 9-0

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

1929

Coach: Bill Ingram Captain: Lyle Koepke S28 Denison O5 William & Mary O12 Notre Dame •• O19 Duke O26 at Princeton N2 at Pennsylvania N9 Georgetown N16 Wake Forest N23 West Virginia Wesleyan N30 Dartmouth •

W 47-0 W 15-0 L 7-14 W 45-13 T 13-13 L 2-7 T 0-0 W 61-0 W 30-6 W 13-6

•• Municipal Stadium - Baltimore, Md. • Franklin Field - Philadelphia, Pa.

1930

Coach: Bill Ingram Captain: Bob Bowstrom O4 William & Mary O11 at Notre Dame O18 Duke O25 at Princeton N1 West Virginia Wesleyan N8 Ohio State •• N15 Southern Methodist •• N22 Maryland N29 George Washington D6 at Pennsylvania D13 Army ##

(6-5) W 19-6 L 2-26 L 0-18 W 31-0 W 37-14 L 0-27 L 7-20 W 6-0 W 20-0 W 26-0 L 0-6

•• Municipal Stadium - Baltimore, Md. ## Yankee Stadium - New York, N.Y.

W 14-7 L 3-21 L 14-17 L 7-10 L 0-6 W 53-0 L 0-6 L 0-12

•• Municipal Stadium - Baltimore, Md.

The 1921 Midshipmen went 6-1 and gave up just 13 points all year. The Mids defeated Army, 7-0, at Franklin Field in the season finale.

174

(6-2-2)


ALL-TIME SCORES 1931

Coach: Rip Miller Captain: Magruder Tuttle O3 William & Mary O10 Maryland • O17 Delaware O24 at Princeton O31 West Virginia Wesleyan N7 at Ohio State N14 Notre Dame •• N21 Southern Methodist N28 Wooster College D5 at Pennsylvania D12 Army ##

(5-5-1) W 13-6 L 0-6 W 12-7 W 15-0 T 0-0 L 0-20 L 0-20 L 6-13 W 19-6 W 6-0 L 7-17

• Griffith Stadium - Washington, D.C. •• Municipal Stadium - Baltimore, Md. ## Yankee Stadium - New York, N.Y.

1932

Coach: Rip Miller Captain: Jim Reedy O1 William & Mary O8 Washington & Lee O15 Ohio University O22 at Princeton O29 at Pennsylvania N5 Columbia N12 Maryland •• N19 Notre Dame # D3 Army ##

L 0-6 W 33-0 L 0-14 T 0-0 L 0-14 L 6-7 W 28-7 L 0-12 L 0-20

•• Municipal Stadium - Baltimore, Md. # Municipal Stadium - Cleveland, Ohio ## Franklin Field - Philadelphia, Pa.

Coach: Rip Miller Captain: Hugh Murray S30 William & Mary O7 Mercer O14 at Pittsburgh O21 Virginia O28 at Pennsylvania N4 Notre Dame •• N11 at Columbia N18 at Princeton N25 Army ##

W 12-0 W 25-6 L 6-34 W 13-7 W 13-0 W 7-0 L 7-14 L 0-13 L 7-12

•• Municipal Stadium - Baltimore, Md. ## Franklin Field - Philadelphia, Pa.

Coach: Tom Hamilton Captain: Dick Burns S29 William & Mary O6 Virginia • O13 Maryland O20 at Columbia O27 at Pennsylvania N3 Washington & Lee N10 Notre Dame # N17 Pittsburgh D1 Army ##

(8-1) W 20-7 W 21-6 W 16-13 W 18-7 W 17-0 W 26-0 W 10-6 L 7-31 W 3-0

• Griffith Stadium - Washington, D.C. # Municipal Stadium - Cleveland, Ohio ## Franklin Field - Philadelphia, Pa.

1935

Coach: Tom Hamilton Captain: Lou Robertshaw S28 William & Mary O5 Mercer O10 Virginia O19 at Yale O26 Notre Dame •• N2 at Princeton N9 at Pennsylvania N16 Columbia N30 Army ##

W 30-0 W 27-0 W 26-7 L 6-7 L 0-14 L 0-26 W 13-0 W 28-7 L 6-28

•• Municipal Stadium - Baltimore, Md. ## Franklin Field - Philadelphia, Pa.

Coach: Hank Hardwick Captain: Ray Dubois S25 William & Mary O2 The Citadel O9 Virginia O16 Harvard •• O23 at Notre Dame O30 at Pennsylvania N6 Columbia N20 at Princeton N27 Army ##

W 18-6 W 19-6 W 35-14 L 7-12 L 0-7 L 6-16 W 3-0 W 20-13 W 7-0

(4-4-1) W 45-0 W 32-0 W 40-13 T 0-0 L 7-9 L 7-14 W 13-6 L 6-26 L 0-6

•• Municipal Stadium - Baltimore, Md. ## Municipal Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

Coach: Hank Hardwick Captain: Lucien Powell S24 William & Mary O1 VMI O8 Virginia O15 at Yale O22 Princeton •• O29 at Pennsylvania N5 Notre Dame •• N12 at Columbia N26 Army ##

(4-3-2) W 26-0 W 26-0 W 33-0 L 7-9 T 13-13 T 0-0 L 0-15 W 14-9 L 7-14

•• Municipal Stadium - Baltimore, Md. ## Municipal Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

1939

Coach: Swede Larson Captain: Allen Bergner S30 William & Mary O7 Virginia O14 Dartmouth •• O21 Notre Dame # O28 Clemson College N4 at Pennsylvania N11 Columbia N25 at Princeton D2 Army ##

(3-5-1) W 31-6 W 14-12 T 0-0 L 7-14 L 7-15 L 6-13 L 13-19 L 0-28 W 10-0

•• Municipal Stadium - Baltimore, Md. # Municipal Stadium - Cleveland, Ohio ## Municipal Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

1940

(5-4)

(6-3)

•• Municipal Stadium - Baltimore, Md. ## Municipal Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

1938

(5-4)

1934

Coach: Tom Hamilton Captain: Rivers Morrell S26 William & Mary O3 Davidson O10 Virginia O17 Yale•• O24 at Princeton O31 at Pennsylvania N7 Notre Dame •• N14 at Harvard N28 Army ##

1937

(2-6-1)

1933

1936

Coach: Swede Larson Captain: Dick Foster S28 William & Mary O5 Cincinnati O12 at Princeton O19 Drake O26 at Yale N2 at Pennsylvania N9 Notre Dame •• N16 at Columbia N30 Army ##

(6-2-1) W 19-7 W 14-0 W 12-6 W 19-0 W 21-0 L 0-20 L 7-13 T 0-0 W 14-0

•• Municipal Stadium - Baltimore, Md. ## Municipal Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

1941 (7-1-1)

Coach: Swede Larson Captain: Bob Froude S27 William & Mary O4 West Virginia O11 Lafayette O18 Cornell •• O25 at Harvard N1 at Pennsylvania N8 Notre Dame •• N22 at Princeton N29 Army ##

W 34-0 W 40-0 W 41-2 W 14-0 T 0-0 W 13-6 L 13-20 W 23-0 W 14-6

•• Municipal Stadium - Baltimore, Md. ## Municipal Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

1942

Coach: Billick Whelchel Captain: Alan Cameron S26 William & Mary O3 Virginia O10 Princeton + O17 Yale •• O24 Georgia Tech O31 Notre Dame # N7 at Pennsylvania N14 Columbia •• N28 Army •

(5-4) L 0-3 W 35-0 L 0-10 W 13-6 L 0-21 L 0-9 W 7-0 W 13-9 W 14-0

+ Yankee Stadium - New York, N.Y. •• Municipal Stadium - Baltimore, Md. # Municipal Stadium - Cleveland, Ohio • Thompson Stadium - Annapolis, Md.

1946

Coach: Tom Hamilton Captain: Leon Bramlett S28 Villanova O5 at Columbia O12 Duke•• O19 North Carolina •• O26 at Pennsylvania N2 Notre Dame •• N9 at Georgia Tech N16 Penn State N30 Army ##

Coach: Billick Whelchel Captain: Albert Channell S25 N.C. Pre-Flight O2 Cornell + O9 Duke + O16 Penn State O23 Georgia Tech + O30 Notre Dame # N6 at Pennsylvania N13 at Columbia N27 Army •

(8-1) W 31-0 W 46-7 W 14-13 W 14-6 W 28-14 L 6-33 W 24-7 W 61-0 W 13-0

+ Municipal Stadium - Baltimore, Md. # Municipal Stadium - Cleveland, Ohio • Michie Stadium - West Point, N.Y.

1944

Coach: Oscar Hagberg Captain: Ben Chase S30 N.C. Pre-Flight O7 Penn State O14 Duke•• O21 at Georgia Tech O28 at Pennsylvania N4 Notre Dame •• N11 Cornell •• N18 Purdue •• D2 Army ••

W 7-0 L 14-23 L 6-21 L 14-21 L 19-32 L 0-28 L 20-28 L 7-12 L 18-21

•• Municipal Stadium - Baltimore, Md. ## Municipal Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

1947

Coach: Tom Hamilton Captain: Dick Scott S27 at California O4 Columbia O11 Duke •• O18 at Cornell O25 at Pennsylvania N1 Notre Dame # N8 Georgia Tech •• N15 Penn State •• N29 Army ##

(1-7-1) L 7-14 L 6-13 T 14-14 W 38-19 L 0-21 L 0-27 L 14-16 L 7-20 L 0-21

•• Municipal Stadium - Baltimore, Md. # Municipal Stadium - Cleveland, Ohio ## Municipal Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

1948

1943

(1-8)

(0-8-1)

Coach: George Sauer Co-Captains: Pete Williams/Scott Emerson S25 California•• L 7-21 O2 Cornell•• L 7-13 O9 at Duke L 7-28 O16 Missouri•• L 14-35 O23 at Pennsylvania L 14-20 O30 Notre Dame •• L 7-41 N6 at Michigan L 0-35 N13 at Columbia L 0-13 N27 Army ## T 21-21 •• Municipal Stadium - Baltimore, Md. ## Municipal Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

1949 (3-5-1) (6-3)

L 14-21 W 55-14 W 7-0 L 15-17 W 26-0 W 32-13 W 48-0 W 32-0 L 7-23

Coach: George Sauer Captain: Phil Ryan S24 at Southern California O1 Princeton•• O8 Duke O15 at Wisconsin O22 at Pennsylvania O29 Notre Dame •• N5 at Tulane N12 Columbia N26 Army##

L 20-42 W 28-7 W 28-14 L 13-48 L 7-28 L 0-40 T 21-21 W 34-0 L 0-38

•• Municipal Stadium - Baltimore, Md. ## Municipal Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

•• Municipal Stadium - Baltimore, Md.

1950 1945 (7-1-1)

Coach: Oscar Hagberg Captain: Dick Duden S29 Villanova O6 at Duke O13 Penn State O20 Georgia Tech •• O27 at Pennsylvania N3 Notre Dame # N10 Michigan •• N17 Wisconsin •• D1 Army ##

W 49-0 W 21-0 W 28-0 W 20-6 W 14-7 T 6-6 W 33-7 W 36-7 L 13-32

•• Municipal Stadium - Baltimore, Md. # Municipal Stadium - Cleveland, Ohio ## Municipal Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

Coach: Eddie Erdelatz Captain: Tom Bakke S30 at Maryland O7 Northwestern •• O14 at Princeton O21 Southern California •• O28 at Pennsylvania N4 Notre Dame • N11 Tulane •• N18 at Columbia D2 Army ##

(3-6) L 21-35 L 0-22 L 14-20 W 27-14 L 7-30 L 10-19 L 0-27 W 29-7 W 14-2

• Municipal Stadium - Cleveland, Ohio •• Memorial Stadium - Baltimore, Md. ## Municipal Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

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ALL-TIME SCORES 1951

Coach: Eddie Erdelatz Captain: Frank Hauff S29 at Yale O6 Princeton O13 at Rice O20 at Northwestern O27 at Pennsylvania N3 Notre Dame •• N10 Maryland •• N17 at Columbia D1 Army ##

(2-6-1) T 7-7 L 20-24 L 14-21 L 7-16 L 0-14 L 0-19 L 21-40 W 21-7 W 42-7

•• Memorial Stadium - Baltimore, Md. ## Municipal Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

1952 (6-2-1)

Coach: Eddie Erdelatz Captain: John Gurski S27 Yale •• O4 at Cornell O11 William & Mary O18 at Maryland O25 at Pennsylvania N1 Notre Dame • N8 at Duke N15 Columbia N29 Army ##

W 31-7 W 31-7 W 14-0 L 7-38 T 7-7 L 6-17 W 16-6 W 28-0 W 7-0

•• Memorial Stadium - Baltimore, Md. • Municipal Stadium - Cleveland, Ohio ## Municipal Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

1953 (4-3-2)

Coach: Eddie Erdelatz Captain: Dick Olson S26 William & Mary O3 Dartmouth O10 Cornell •• O17 at Princeton O24 at Pennsylvania O31 at Notre Dame N7 Duke •• N14 at Columbia N28 Army ##

T 6-6 W 55-7 W 26-6 W 65-7 L 6-9 L 7-38 T 0-0 W 14-6 L 7-20

•• Memorial Stadium - Baltimore, Md. ## Municipal Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

1954 (8-2)

Coach: Eddie Erdelatz Captain: Phil Monahan S25 William & Mary O2 at Dartmouth O9 at Stanford O16 at Pittsburgh O23 Pennsylvania O30 Notre Dame •• N6 Duke • N13 Columbia N27 Army ## J1 Mississippi +

W 27-0 W 42-7 W 25-0 L 19-21 W 52-6 L 0-6 W 40-7 W 51-6 W 27-20 W 21-0

•• Memorial Stadium - Baltimore, Md. • Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, Va. ## Memorial Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa. + Tulane Stadium - New Orleans, La. (Sugar Bowl)

1955 (6-2-1)

Coach: Eddie Erdelatz Captain: John Hopkins S24 William & Mary O1 at South Carolina O8 Pittsburgh•• O15 at Penn State O22 at Pennsylvania O29 at Notre Dame N5 Duke •• N12 at Columbia N26 Army ##

W 7-0 W 26-0 W 21-0 W 34-14 W 33-0 L 7-21 T 7-7 W 47-0 L 6-14

•• Memorial Stadium - Baltimore, Md. ## Municipal Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

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The 1963 team was ranked No. 2 in the country and played Texas in the Cotton Bowl.

1956 (6-1-2)

Coach: Eddie Erdelatz Captain: Earle Smith S29 William & Mary O6 at Cornell O13 at Tulane O20 Cincinnati O27 at Pennsylvania N3 Notre Dame •• N10 at Duke N17 Virginia •• D1 Army ##

W 39-14 W 14-0 L 6-21 W 13-7 W 54-6 W 33-7 T 7-7 W 34-7 T 7-7

•• Memorial Stadium - Baltimore, Md. ## Municipal Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

1957 (9-1-1)

Coach: Eddie Erdelatz Captain: Ned Oldham S21 at Boston College S28 William & Mary O5 at North Carolina O12 at California O19 Georgia • O26 at Pennsylvania N2 at Notre Dame N9 Duke•• N16 George Washington •• N30 Army ## J1 Rice +

W 46-6 W 33-6 L 7-13 W 21-6 W 27-14 W 35-7 W 20-6 T 6-6 W 52-0 W 14-0 W 20-7

• Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, Va. •• Memorial Stadium - Baltimore, Md. ## Municipal Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa. + Cotton Bowl - Dallas, Texas (Cotton Bowl)

1958 (6-3)

Coach: Eddie Erdelatz Captain: Dick Dagampat S27 William & Mary O4 at Boston University O11 at Michigan O18 Tulane • O25 at Pennsylvania N1 Notre Dame •• N8 Maryland •• N15 at George Washington N29 Army ##

W 14-0 W 28-14 W 20-14 L 6-14 W 50-8 L 20-40 W 40-14 W 28-8 L 6-22

• Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, Va. •• Memorial Stadium - Baltimore, Md. ## Municipal Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

1959 (5-4-1)

Coach: Wayne Hardin Captain: Jim Dunn S19 at Boston College S26 William & Mary % O3 at Southern Methodist O10 Syracuse • O17 at Miami O24 at Pennsylvania O31 at Notre Dame N7 Maryland •• N14 George Washington N28 Army ##

W 24-8 W 29-2 L 7-20 L 6-32 L 8-23 T 22-22 L 22-25 W 22-14 W 16-8 W 43-12

% First game at N-MC Memorial Stadium • Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, Va. •• Memorial Stadium - Baltimore, Md. ## Municipal Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

1960 (9-2)

Coach: Wayne Hardin Captain: Joe Matalavage S17 at Boston College S24 Villanova O1 at Washington O8 Southern Methodist• O15 Air Force•• O22 at Pennsylvania O29 Notre Dame## N5 at Duke N12 Virginia N26 Army ## J2 Missouri +

W 22-7 W 41-7 W 15-14 W 26-7 W 35-3 W 27-0 W 14-7 L 10-19 W 41-6 W 17-12 L 14-21

• Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, Va. •• Memorial Stadium - Baltimore, Md. ## Municipal Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa. + Orange Bowl - Miami, Fla. (Orange Bowl)

1961 (7-3)

Coach: Wayne Hardin Captain: John Hewitt S23 at Penn State S30 William & Mary O6 at Miami O14 at Cornell O20 at Detroit O28 at Pittsburgh N4 at Notre Dame N11 Duke • N18 Virginia D2 Army ##

L 10-20 W 44-6 W 17-6 W 31-7 W 37-19 L 14-28 W 13-10 L 9-30 W 13-3 W 13-7

• Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, Va. ## Municipal Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

1962 (5-5)

Coach: Wayne Hardin Captain: Steve Hoy S22 at Penn State S29 William & Mary O6 at Minnesota O13 Cornell O20 at Boston College O27 Pittsburgh • N3 Notre Dame ## N10 at Syracuse N17 at Southern California D1 Army ##

L 7-41 W 20-16 L 0-21 W 41-0 W 26-6 W 32-9 L 12-20 L 6-34 L 6-13 W 34-14

• Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, Va. ## Municipal Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

1963 (9-2)

Coach: Wayne Hardin Captain: Tom Lynch S21 at West Virginia S28 William & Mary O5 at Michigan O11 at Southern Methodist O19 VMI • O26 Pittsburgh N2 at Notre Dame N9 Maryland N16 at Duke D7 Army ## J1 Texas +

W 51-7 W 28-0 W 26-13 L 28-32 W 21-12 W 24-12 W 35-14 W 42-7 W 38-25 W 21-15 L 6-28

• O­yster Bowl - Norfolk, Va. ## Municipal Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa. + Cotton Bowl - Dallas, Texas (Cotton Bowl)


ALL-TIME SCORES 1964 (3-6-1)

Coach: Wayne Hardin Captain: Fred Marlin S19 at Penn State S26 William & Mary O3 at Michigan O9 Georgia Tech + O17 at California O24 at Pittsburgh O31 Notre Dame ## N7 at Maryland N14 Duke N28 Army ##

+ Gator Bowl - Jacksonville, Fla. ## JFK Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

W 21-8 W 35-6 L 0-21 L 0-17 L 13-27 T 14-14 L 0-40 L 22-27 W 27-14 L 8-11

1965 (4-4-2)

Coach: Bill Elias Captain: Bob Wittenberg S18 Syracuse S25 at Stanford O2 at Oklahoma O9 William & Mary O16 Pittsburgh• O23 at Georgia Tech O30 at Notre Dame N6 Maryland N13 at Penn State N27 Army ##

• DC Stadium - Washington, D.C. ## JFK Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

L 6-14 T 7-7 W 10-0 W 42-14 W 12-0 L 16-37 L 3-29 W 19-7 L 6-14 T 7-7

1966

Coach: Bill Elias Captain: Don Downing S17 Boston College S24 at Southern Methodist O1 at Air Force O8 at Syracuse O15 at Pittsburgh O22 William & Mary O29 Notre Dame ## N5 Duke N12 at Vanderbilt N26 Army ##

## JFK Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

(4-6)

1968 (2-8)

W 27-7 L 3-21 L 7-15 L 14-28 W 24-7 W 21-0 L 7-31 L 7-9 W 30-14 L 7-20

L 6-31 L 15-49 L 9-32 L 20-26 W 17-16 L 0-24 L 14-45 W 35-15 L 6-44 L 14-21

1967 (5-4-1)

Coach: Bill Elias Captain: Bill Dow S23 Penn State S30 at Rice O7 at Michigan O14 Syracuse O21 William & Mary O28 at Pittsburgh N4 at Notre Dame N11 Duke • N18 Vanderbilt D2 Army ##

• Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, Va. ## JFK Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

W 23-22 L 7-21 W 26-21 W 27-14 L 16-27 W 22-21 L 14-43 L 16-35 T 35-35 W 19-14

Coach: Bill Elias Captain: Mike Clark S21 at Penn State S28 Boston College O5 at Michigan O12 Air Force • O19 Pittsburgh O26 Virginia N2 Notre Dame ## N9 at Georgia Tech N16 at Syracuse N30 Army ##

• Soldier Field - Chicago, Ill. ## JFK Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

1969 (1-9)

Coach: Rick Forzano Co-Captains: Dan Pike/Jeff Krstich L 22-45 S20 Penn State S27 at Boston College L 14-21 L 17-56 O4 at Texas O11 at Pittsburgh L 19-46 O18 at Rutgers L 6-20 W 10-0 O25 Virginia N1 at Notre Dame L 0-47 N7 at Miami L 10-30 N15 Syracuse L 0-15 N29 Army ## L 0-27 ## JFK Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

1970 (2-9)

Coach: Rick Forzano Captain: Bill McKinney S12 Colgate S19 at Penn State S26 Boston College O3 at Washington O10 Pittsburgh O17 Air Force • O24 at Syracuse O31 Notre Dame ## N7 at Georgia Tech N14 Villanova N28 Army ##

• RFK Stadium - Washington, D.C. ## JFK Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

W 48-22 L 7-55 L 14-28 L 7-56 L 8-10 L 3-26 L 8-23 L 7-56 L 8-30 L 10-14 W 11-7

1971 (3-8)

Coach: Rick Forzano Captain: Rick Porterfield S11 at Virginia S18 Penn State S25 Boston College O2 at Michigan O9 at Pittsburgh O15 at Miami O23 Duke O30 at Notre Dame N6 at Georgia Tech N13 Syracuse N27 Army ##

## JFK Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

W 10-6 L 3-56 L 6-49 L 0-46 L 35-36 L 16-31 W 15-14 L 0-21 L 21-34 W 17-14 L 23-24

Navy was 5-4-1 in 1967, including a 19-14 victory over Army.

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ALL-TIME SCORES 1972 (4-7)

Coach: Rick Forzano Captain: Jim Garban S16 William & Mary S23 at Penn State S30 Boston College O7 at Michigan O14 at Syracuse O21 at Air Force O28 Duke ••• N4 Notre Dame # N11 Pittsburgh N18 at Georgia Tech D2 Army ##

W 13-9 L 10-21 W 27-20 L 7-35 L 14-30 W 21-17 L 16-17 L 23-42 W 28-13 L 7-30 L 15-23

••• Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, Va. # Veterans Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa. ## JFK Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

Coach: George Welsh Co-Captains: Chet Moeller/Steve Barilich S13 at Virginia W 42-14 W 55-7 S20 Connecticut S27 at Washington L 13-14 O4 Air Force • W 17-0 W 10-6 O11 Syracuse O18 at Boston College L 3-17 W 17-0 O25 at Pittsburgh N1 at Notre Dame L 10-31 N7 at Miami (Fla.) W 17-16 L 13-14 N15 at Georgia Tech N29 Army ## W 30-6 • RFK Stadium - Washington, D.C. ## JFK Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

1973 (4-7)

Coach: George Welsh Captain: Charlie Miletich S15 at VMI S22 Penn State S29 at Michigan O6 at Boston College O13 Syracuse O20 Air Force O27 at Pittsburgh N3 at Notre Dame N10 at Tulane N17 Georgia Tech • D1 Army ##

1975 (7-4)

1976 (4-7)

W 37-6 L 0-39 L 0-14 L 7-44 W 23-14 W 42-6 L 17-22 L 7-44 L 15-17 L 22-26 W 51-0

Coach: George Welsh Co-Captains: Jeff Sapp/Kevin Sullivan L 3-13 S11 Rutgers S18 at Connecticut W 21-3 L 14-70 S25 at Michigan O2 Boston College L 13-17 O9 at Air Force L 3-13 L 13-21 O16 William & Mary O23 Pittsburgh L 0-45 O30 Notre Dame • L 21-27 N6 at Syracuse W 27-10 N13 Georgia Tech W 34-28 W 38-10 N27 Army ##

1974 (4-7)

1977 (5-6)

• Gator Bowl - Jacksonville, Fla. ## JFK Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

Coach: George Welsh Co-Captains: Cliff Collier/Tim Harden S14 Virginia W 35-28 S21 at Penn State W 7-6 L 0-52 S28 at Michigan O5 Boston College L 0-37 O12 at Syracuse L 9-17 L 16-19 O19 at Air Force O26 Pittsburgh L 11-13 N2 Notre Dame # L 6-14 N9 The Citadel W 28-21 N16 at Georgia Tech L 0-22 W 19-0 N30 Army ## # Veterans Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa. ## JFK Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

• Municipal Stadium - Cleveland, Ohio ## JFK Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

Coach: George Welsh Co-Captains: Joe Gattuso/Mike Galpin S10 The Citadel W 21-2 S17 Connecticut W 38-7 L 7-14 S24 at Michigan O1 at Duke L 16-28 O8 Air Force W 10-7 L 17-34 O15 at Pittsburgh O22 William & Mary W 42-17 O29 at Notre Dame L 10-43 N5 Syracuse L 34-45 N12 Georgia Tech W 20-16 L 14-17 N26 Army ##

1978 (9-3)

Coach: George Welsh Co-Captains: Nick Mygas/ Phil McConkey S16 at Virginia S23 at Connecticut S30 at Boston College O7 at Air Force O14 Duke O21 William & Mary O28 Pittsburgh N4 Notre Dame • N11 at Syracuse N18 at Florida State D2 Army ## D22 BYU +

1980 (8-4)

W 32-0 W 30-0 W 19-8 W 37-8 W 31-8 W 9-0 W 21-11 L 7-27 L 17-20 L 6-38 W 28-0 W 23-16

Coach: George Welsh Co-Captains: Terry Huxel/Frank McCallister S13 at Virginia L 3-6 W 31-3 S20 Kent State S27 William & Mary W 45-6 W 21-0 O4 Boston College O11 at Air Force L 20-21 O18 Villanova W 24-15 W 24-10 O25 at Washington N1 Notre Dame • L 0-33 N8 at Syracuse W 6-3 N15 at Georgia Tech W 19-8 N29 Army # W 33-6 L 0-35 D15 Houston ••

1979 (7-4)

1981 (7-4-1)

• Municipal Stadium - Cleveland, Ohio ## JFK Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa. + Jack Murphy Stadium - San Diego, Calif. (Holiday Bowl)

Coach: George Welsh Co-Captains: Larry Klawinski/ Tom Paulk S15 The Citadel W 26-7 W 21-10 S22 Connecticut S29 at Illinois W 13-12 O6 Air Force W 13-9 W 24-7 O13 William & Mary ••• O20 Virginia W 17-10 O27 at Pittsburgh L 7-24 N3 at Notre Dame L 0-14 N10 Syracuse L 14-30 N17 at Georgia Tech L 14-24 D1 Army ## W 31-7 ••• Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, Va. ## JFK Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

• Giants Stadium - East Rutherford, N.J. # Veterans Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa. •• Giants Stadium - East Rutherford, N.J. (Garden State Bowl)

Coach: George Welsh Co-Captains: Tim Jordan/ Eddie Meyers S12 The Citadel S19 Eastern Kentucky S26 at Michigan O3 at Yale O10 Air Force O17 at Boston College O24 William & Mary O31 at Notre Dame N7 Syracuse N14 at Georgia Tech N28 Army # D30 Ohio State +++

# Veterans Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa. +++ Liberty Bowl - Memphis, Tenn. (Liberty Bowl)

## JFK Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

The 1980 team went 8-4, including a 33-6 victory over Army. The team qualified for the Garden State Bowl.

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W 17-7 W 24-0 L 16-21 L 19-23 W 30-13 W 25-10 W 27-0 L 0-38 W 35-23 W 20-14 T 3-3 L 28-31


ALL-TIME SCORES 1982 (6-5)

Coach: Gary Tranquill Co-Captains: Dennis McCall/ Travis Wallington S11 Virginia S18 Arkansas •• S25 Boston College O2 at Duke O9 at Air Force O16 William & Mary O23 The Citadel O30 Notre Dame • N6 at Syracuse N13 at South Carolina D4 Army #

W 20-16 L 17-29 L 0-31 W 27-21 L 21-24 W 39-3 W 28-3 L 10-27 W 20-18 L 14-17 W 24-7

•• War Memorial Stadium - Little Rock, Ark. • Giants Stadium - East Rutherford, N.J. # Veterans Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

1983 (3-8) Coach: Gary Tranquill Co-Captains: Jeff Johnson/ Andy Ponseigo S10 at Virginia S17 Mississippi State ++ S24 Lehigh O1 at Washington O8 Air Force O15 at Princeton O22 Pittsburgh O29 at Notre Dame N5 Syracuse N12 at South Carolina N25 Army ###

The 1982 squad finished 6-5, including a 24-7 victory over Army. L 16-27 L 10-38 W 30-0 L 10-27 L 17-44 W 37-29 L 14-21 L 12-28 L 7-14 L 7-31 W 42-13

++ Miss. Memorial Stadium - Jackson, Miss. ### Rose Bowl - Pasadena, Calif.

1984 (4-6-1)

Coach: Gary Tranquill Co-Captains: Eric Rutherford/ Mark Stevens S15 at North Carolina W 33-30 S22 Virginia L 9-21 L 10-33 S29 Arkansas •• O6 at Air Force L 22-29 W 31-14 O13 Lehigh O20 Princeton W 41-3 O27 at Pittsburgh T 28-28 L 17-18 N3 Notre Dame • N10 at Syracuse L 0-29 W 38-21 N17 South Carolina D1 Army # L 11-28 •• War Memorial Stadium - Little Rock, Ark. • Giants Stadium - East Rutherford, N.J. # Veterans Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

1985 (4-7)

Coach: Gary Tranquill Co-Captains: Napoleon McCallum/ Eric Fudge S7 North Carolina L 19-21 S14 at Delaware L 13-16 S21 at Indiana L 35-38 S28 at Virginia W 17-13 O12 Air Force L 7-24 O19 Lafayette W 56-14 O26 Pittsburgh W 21-7 N2 at Notre Dame L 17-41 N9 Syracuse L 20-24 N16 at South Carolina L 31-34 D7 Army # W 17-7 # Veterans Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

1986 (3-8)

1989 (3-8)

+ Memorial Stadium - Baltimore, Md. # Veterans Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

• Giants Stadium - East Rutherford, N.J.

Coach: Gary Tranquill Co-Captains: Bill Byrne/Vince McBeth S13 Virginia W 20-10 S20 at Indiana L 29-52 S27 Lehigh W 41-0 O4 Dartmouth W 45-0 O11 at Air Force L 6-40 L 26-30 O18 Pennsylvania O25 at Pittsburgh L 14-56 N1 Notre Dame + L 14-33 L 22-31 N8 at Syracuse N15 Delaware L 14-27 D6 Army # L 7-27

1987 (2-9) Coach: Elliot Uzelac Co-Captains: Mike Musser/ Chuck Smith S12 William & Mary S19 Lehigh S26 North Carolina O3 at Virginia Tech O10 Air Force O17 at Pennsylvania O24 Pittsburgh O31 at Notre Dame N7 Syracuse N14 at Delaware D5 Army #

L 12-27 L 9-24 L 14-45 L 11-31 L 13-23 W 38-28 L 6-10 L 13-56 L 10-34 W 31-22 L 3-17

# Veterans Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

1988

(3-8)

Coach: Elliot Uzelac Co-Captains: Bert Pangrazio/ Mark Pimpo S3 James Madison W 27-14 S10 Delaware W 30-3 S17 Temple L 7-12 S24 at The Citadel L 35-42 O1 Yale W 41-7 O8 at Air Force L 24-34 O22 at Pittsburgh L 6-52 O29 Notre Dame + L 7-22 N5 at Syracuse L 21-49 N12 at South Carolina L 8-19 D3 Army # L 15-20 + Memorial Stadium - Baltimore, Md. # Veterans Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

Coach: Elliot Uzelac Co-Captains: James Bradley/ Bob Weissenfels S16 Brigham Young L 10-31 S23 The Citadel L 10-14 S30 at North Carolina W 12-7 O7 Air Force L 7-35 L 14-31 O14 at Pittsburgh O21 at Boston College W 27-24 O28 James Madison L 20-24 L 0-41 N4 at Notre Dame N11 Syracuse L 17-38 N18 at Delaware L 9-10 D9 Army • W 19-17

1990

Coach: George Chaump Co-Captains: Alton Grizzard/ Bill Bowling S8 Richmond S15 at Virginia S22 Villanova S29 Boston College O6 at Air Force O13 Akron O27 James Madison N3 Notre Dame • N10 at Toledo N17 Delaware D8 Army #

(5-6)

1992 (1-10)

Coach: George Chaump Tri-Captains: Chad Chatlos/Eric McGowan/ Steve Palmer S12 Virginia L 0-53 S19 at Boston College L 0-28 S26 Rutgers L 0-40 O3 at North Carolina L 14-28 O10 at Air Force L 16-18 L 21-37 O24 Delaware O31 Notre Dame • L 7-38 N7 Tulane W 20-17 L 7-27 N14 Vanderbilt N21 at Rice L 22-27 L 24-25 D5 Army # • Giants Stadium - East Rutherford, N.J. # Veterans Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

1993 (4-7)

W 28-17 L 14-56 W 23-21 L 17-28 L 7-24 W 17-13 L 7-16 L 31-52 W 14-10 W 31-27 L 20-30

• Giants Stadium - East Rutherford, N.J. # Veterans Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

1991 (1-10)

Coach: George Chaump Co-Captains: B.J. Mason/Byron Ogden S7 Ball State L 10-33 S14 at Virginia L 10-17 S21 William & Mary L 21-26 S28 Bowling Green L 19-22 O12 Air Force L 6-46 O19 at Temple L 14-21 O26 Delaware L 25-29 N2 at Notre Dame L 0-38 N9 at Tulane L 7-34 N23 Wake Forest L 24-52 D7 Army # W 24-3 # Veterans Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

Coach: George Chaump Co-Captains: Jason Van Matre/ Javier Zuluaga S11 at Virginia L 0-38 S18 Eastern Illinois W 31-10 S25 Bowling Green W 27-20 O2 at Tulane L 25-27 W 28-24 O9 Air Force O16 Colgate W 31-3 O23 at Louisville L 0-28 L 27-58 O30 Notre Dame # N13 at Vanderbilt L 7-41 N20 Southern Methodist L 13-42 D4 Army • L 14-16 # Veterans Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa. • Giants Stadium - East Rutherford, N.J.

1994 (3-8)

Coach: George Chaump Co-Captains: Chris Hart/Jim Kubiak S3 at San Diego State L 14-56 S10 Virginia L 10-47 S17 at Bowling Green L 21-59 O1 Duke L 14-47 O8 at Air Force L 21-43 O15 Lafayette W 7-0 O22 Louisville L 14-35 O29 Notre Dame L 21-58 N5 at Tulane W 17-15 N19 Rice W 29-17 D3 Army # L 20-22 # Veterans Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

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ALL-TIME SCORES 1995 (5-6)

Coach: Charlie Weatherbie Co-Captains: Garrett Smith/ Andy Thompson S9 at Southern Methodist S16 at Rutgers S23 Wake Forest S30 at Duke O7 Virginia Tech O14 Air Force O21 Villanova N4 at Notre Dame N11 Delaware N18 Tulane D2 Army #

W 33-2 L 17-27 L 7-30 W 30-9 L 0-14 L 20-30 W 20-14 L 17-35 W 31-7 W 35-7 L 13-14

1998 (3-8)

Coach: Charlie Weatherbie Co-Captains: Jason Wolf/Jason Snider L 14-26 S10 at Wake Forest S19 Kent W 38-24 S26 at Tulane L 42-24 L 24-45 O3 West Virginia O10 at Air Force L 7-49 W 42-35 O17 Colgate O24 at Boston College W 32-31 N7 Rutgers L 33-36 N14 Notre Dame @ L 0-30 N21 Southern Methodist L 11-24 D5 Army * L 30-34

# Veterans Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

@ Jack Kent Cooke Stadium - Raljon, Md. * Veterans Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

1996 (9-3)

1999 (5-7)

Coach: Charlie Weatherbie Co-Captains: Clint Bruce/Ben Fay W 10-6 S7 at Rutgers S21 Southern Methodist W 19-17 S28 at Boston College L 38-43 O5 Duke W 64-27 O12 at Air Force W 20-17 W 47-18 026 at Wake Forest N2 Notre Dame * L 27-54 N9 Delaware W 30-14 W 35-21 N16 Tulane N23 at Georgia Tech W 36-26 L 24-28 D7 Army # D25 California @ W 42-38 * Croke Park - Dublin, Ireland # Veterans Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa. @ Aloha Stadium - Honolulu, Hawai’i (Aloha Bowl)

1997 (7-4)

Coach: Charlie Weatherbie Co-Captains: Chris McCoy/Gervy Alota S5 at San Diego State L 31-45 S13 Rutgers W 36-7 S20 at Southern Methodist W 46-16 S27 at Duke L 17-26 O11 Air Force L 7-10 W 42-7 O18 VMI N1 at Notre Dame L 17-21 N8 Temple W 49-17 W 52-24 N15 Colgate N22 Kent W 62-29 W 39-7 D6 Army # # Giants Stadium - East Rutherford, N.J

Coach: Charlie Weatherbie Co-Captains: Jamie Doffermyre/ Terrence Anderson S4 Georgia Tech L 14-49 S11 at Kent W 48-28 S18 Boston Colllege L 10-14 S25 at Rice L 17-20 W 31-28 O2 at West Virginia O9 Air Force @ L 14-19 O23 Akron L 29-35 O30 at Notre Dame L 24-28
N6 at Rutgers W. 34-7 N13 Tulane W 45-21 N20 at Hawai’i L 41-48 D4 Army * W 19-9 @ FedExField - Landover, Md. * Veterans Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa.

2000 (1-10)

Coach: Charlie Weatherbie Co-Captains: Brian Broadwater/ Brad Wimsatt S2 Temple L 6-17 S16 at Georgia Tech L 13-40 S23 at Boston College L 7-48 S30 TCU L 0-24 L 13-27 O7 at Air Force O14 Notre Dame * L 14-45 O21 Rutgers L 21-28 O28 Toledo L 14-35 N11 at Tulane L 38-50 L 26-49 N18 Wake Forest D2 Army # W 30-28

2001 (0-10)

Coach: Charlie Weatherbie/ Rick Lantz (last 3 games) Co-Captains: Ed Malinowski/ Jake Bowen A30 at Temple S8 Georgia Tech S22 Boston College O6 Air Force # O13 Rice O20 at Rutgers O27 at Toledo N10 Tulane N17 at Notre Dame D1 Army •

L 26-45 L 7-70 L 21-38 L 18-24 L 13-21 L 17-23 L 20-21 L 28-42 L 16-34 L 17-26

# FedExField - Landover, Md. • Veterans Stadium - Philadelphia, Pa. Note: Navy played just 10 games due to the Sept. 15 game at Northwestern being cancelled after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on America.

2002 (2-10)

Coach: Paul Johnson Co-Captains: Donnie Fricks/ Josh Brindel A31 at Southern Methodist W 38-7 S7 N.C. State L 19-65 S21 Northwestern L 40-49 S28 Duke L 17-43 O5 at Air Force L 7-48 O12 Rice L 10-17 O19 at Boston College L 21-46 L 30-51 O26 at Tulane N9 Notre Dame # L 23-30 L 0-38 N16 Connecticut N23 at Wake Forest L 27-30 D7 Army • W 58-12 # Ravens Stadium - Baltimore, Md. • Giants Stadium - East Rutherford, N.J.

* Citrus Bowl - Orlando, Fla. # PSINet Stadium - Baltimore, Md.

2003 (8-5)

Coach: Paul Johnson Co-Captains: Craig Candeto/. . Eddie Carthan A30 VMI W 37-10 S6 at TCU L 3-17 W 39-7 S20 Eastern Michigan S27 at Rutgers L 27-48 W 28-25 O4 Air Force # O11 at Vanderbilt W 37-27 O18 at Rice W 38-6 L 17-21 O25 Delaware N1 Tulane W 35-17 L 24-27 N8 at Notre Dame N22 Central Michigan W 63-34 D6 Army • W 34-6 D30 Texas Tech ! L 14-38 # FedExField - Landover, Md. • Lincoln Financial Field - Philadelphia, Pa. ! Reliant Stadium - Houston, Texas (EV1.net Houston Bowl)

2004 (10-2)

Coach: Paul Johnson Co-Captains: Aaron Polanco/ Josh Smith S4 Duke S11 Northeastern S18 at Tulsa S25 Vanderbilt S30 at Air Force O16 Notre Dame # O23 Rice O30 Delaware N6 at Tulane N20 Rutgers D4 Army • D30 New Mexico !

W 27-12 W 28-24 W 29-0 W 29-26 W 24-21 L 9-27 W 14-13 W 34-20 L 10-42 W 54-21 W 42-13 W 34-19

# Giants Stadium - East Rutherford, N.J. • Lincoln Financial Field - Philadelphia, Pa. ! SBC Park - San Francisco, Calif. (Emerald Bowl)

2005 (8-4)

Coach: Paul Johnson Co-Captains: Lamar Owens/ Jeremy Chase S3 vs. Maryland # S10 Stanford O1 at Duke O8 Air Force O15 Kent State O22 at Rice O29 at Rutgers N5 Tulane N12 at Notre Dame N19 Temple D3 vs. Army • D22 vs. Colorado State $

L 20-23 L 38-40 W 28-21 W 27-24 W 34-31 W 41-9 L 21-31 W 49-21 L 21-42 W 38-17 W 42-23 W 51-30

# M&T Bank Stadium - Baltimore, Md. • Lincoln Financial Field - Philadelphia, Pa. $ Qualcomm Stadium - San Diego, Calif. (Poinsettia Bowl)

The 2003 Navy squad went 8-5, defeated Army and Air Force and went to a bowl game for the first time since 1996.

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ALL-TIME SCORES

Navy finished the 2008 season with an 8-5 record, including a 34-0 victory over Army and a 33-27 victory over Air Force.

2006 (9-4) Coach: Paul Johnson Co-Captains: James Rossi/ Rob Caldwell S2 East Carolina S9 Massachusetts S16 at Stanford S23 Tulsa (OT) ! S30 at Connecticut O7 at Air Force O14 Rutgers O28 Notre Dame @ N4 at Duke N11 Eastern Michigan # N18 Temple D2 Army $ D30 Boston College %

W 28-23 W 21-20 W 37-9 L 23-24 W 41-17 W 24-17 L 0-34 L 14-38 W 38-13 W 49-21 W 42-6 W 26-14 L 24-25

! First overtime game in school history @ M&T Bank Stadium - Baltimore, Md. # Ford Field - Detroit, Mich. $ Lincoln Financial Field - Philadelphia, Pa. % Bank of America Stadium - Charlotte, N.C. (Meineke Car Care Bowl)

2007 (8-5)

Coach: Paul Johnson/Ken Niumatalolo Co-Captains: Reggie Campbell/ Jeff Deliz/Irv Spencer A31 at Temple W 30-19 S7 at Rutgers L 24-41 S15 Ball State (OT) L 31-34 S22 Duke W 46-43 S29 Air Force W 31-20 O10 at Pitt (2OT) ! W 48-45 O20 Wake Forest L 24-44 O27 Delaware L 52-59 N3 at Notre Dame (3OT) @ W 46-44 N10 at North Texas # W 74-62 N17 Northern Illinois W 35-24 D1 Army $ W 38-3 D20 vs. Utah % L 32-35

! First overtime win in school history @ First win over Notre Dame since 1963 # Highest scoring regulation game in NCAA history $ M&T Bank Stadium - Baltimore, MD. % Qualcomm Stadium - San Diego, Calif. (Poinsettia Bowl)

2008 (8-5)

Coach: Ken Niumatalolo Co-Captains: Clint Sovie/Jarod Bryant A30 Towson W 41-13 S5 at Ball State L 23-35 S13 at Duke L 31-41 S20 Rutgers W 23-21 S27 at Wake Forest W 24-17 W 33-27 O4 at Air Force O18 Pitt L 21-42 O25 SMU W 34-7 W 33-27 N1 Temple (OT) N15 vs. Notre Dame $ L 21-27 W 16-0 N25 at Northern Illinois D6 vs. Army # W 34-0 D20 vs. Wake Forest % L 19-29 $ M&T Bank Stadium - Baltimore, Md. # Lincoln Financial Field - Philadelphia, Pa. % RFK Stadium - Washington, D.C. (EagleBank Bowl)

2009 (10-4) Coach: Ken Niumatalolo Co-Captains: Osei Asante/ Ross Pospisil S5 at Ohio State S12 Louisiana Tech S19 at Pitt S26 Western Kentucky O3 Air Force (OT) O10 at Rice O17 at SMU (OT) O24 Wake Forest O31 Temple N7 at Notre Dame N14 Delaware N28 at Hawaiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;i D12 vs. Army# D31 vs. Missouri%

2010 (9-4) Coach: Ken Niumatalolo Co-Captains: Ricky Dobbs/ Wyatt Middleton S6 vs. Maryland# S11 Georgia Southern S18 at Louisiana Tech O2 at Air Force O9 at Wake Forest O16 SMU O23 vs. Notre Dame% O30 Duke N6 at East Carolina N13 Central Michigan N20 Arkansas State D11 vs. Army@ D23 vs. San Diego State!

L 14-17 W 13-7 W 37-23 L 6-14 W 28-27 W 28-21 W 35-17 L 31-34 W 76-35 W 38-37 W 35-19 W 31-17 L 14-35

# M&T Bank Stadium - Baltimore, Md. % New Meadowlands Stadium - E. Rutherford, NJ @ Lincoln Financial Field - Philadelphia, Pa. ! Qualcomm Stadium - San Diego, Calif. (Poinsettia Bowl)

2012 (8-5)

Coach: Ken Niumatalolo Co-Captains: Bo Snelson/ Brye French S1 vs. Notre Dame# S15 at Penn State S22 VMI S29 San Jose State O6 at Air Force (OT) O12 at Central Michigan O20 Indiana O27 at East Carolina N3 Florida Atlantic N10 at Troy N17 Texas State D8 vs. Army! D29 vs. Arizona State@

L 10-50 L 7-34 W 41-3 L 0-12 W 28-21 W 31-13 W 31-30 W 56-28 W 24-17 L 31-41 W 21-10 W 17-13 L 28-62

# Aviva Stadium - Dublin, Ireland ! Lincoln Financial Field - Philadelphia, Pa. @AT&T Park - San Francisco, Calif. (Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl)

2011 (5-7)

L 27-31 W 32-14 L 14-27 W 38-22 W 16-13 W 63-14 W 38-35 W 13-10 L 24-27 W 23-21 W 35-18 L 17-24 W 17-3 W 35-13

# Lincoln Financial Field - Philadelphia, Pa. % Reliant Stadium - Houston, Texas (Texas Bowl)

Coach: Ken Niumatalolo Co-Captains: Alexander Teich/ Jabaree Tuani S3 Delaware W 40-7 S10 at Western Kentucky W 40-14 S17 at South Carolina L 21-24 O1 Air Force (OT) L 34-35 O8 Southern Miss L 35-63 O15 at Rutgers L 20-21 O22 East Carolina L 35-38 O29 at Notre Dame L 14-56 N5 Troy W 42-14 N12 at SMU W 24-17 N19 at San Jose State L 24-27 W 27-21 D10 vs. Army# # FedExField - Landover, Md.

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ALL-TIME HOMECOMING RESULTS Year Opponent 1950 Northwestern 1951 Princeton 1952 William & Mary 1953 Dartmouth 1954 William & Mary 1955 William & Mary 1956 William & Mary 1957 William & Mary 1958 William & Mary 1959 William & Mary 1960 Villanova 1961 William & Mary 1962 William & Mary 1963 William & Mary 1964 William & Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x201A; 1965 William & Mary 1966 William & Mary 1967 William & Mary 1968 Boston College 1969 Virginia 1970 Pitt 1971 Duke 1972 Boston College 1973 Syracuse 1974 Pitt 1975 Syracuse 1976 William & Mary 1977 William & Mary 1978 Pitt 1979 Connecticut 1980 Boston College 1981 William & Mary 1982 The Citadel 1983 Pittsburgh 1984 Princeton 1985 Lafayette 1986 Dartmouth 1987 Lehigh 1988 Yale 1989 James Madison 1990 James Madison 1991 Delaware 1992 Delaware 1993 Bowling Green 1994 Louisville 1995 Villanova 1996 Duke 1997 VMI 1998 Colgate 1999 Akron 2000 Rutgers 2001 Rice 2002 Duke 2003 Delaware 2004 Delaware 2005 Tulane 2006 Rutgers 2007 Wake Forest 2008 Pitt 2009 Wake Forest 2010 Duke 2011 East Carolina 2012 Indiana

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Win/Loss Score Loss 22-0 Loss 24-20 Win 14-0 Win 55-7 Win 27-0 Win 7-0 Win 39-14 Win 33-6 Win 14-0 Win 29-2 Win 41-7 Win 44-6 Win 20-16 Win 28-0 Win 36-6 Win 42-14 Win 21-0 Loss 27-16 Loss 49-15 Win 10-0 Loss 10-8 Win 15-14 Win 27-20 Win 23-14 Loss 13-11 Win 10-6 Loss 21-13 Win 42-17 Win 21-11 Win 21-10 Win 21-0 Win 27-0 Win 28-3 Loss 21-14 Win 41-3 Win 56-14 Win 45-0 Loss 24-9 Win 41-7 Loss 24-20 Loss 16-7 Loss 29-25 Loss 37-21 Win 27-20 Loss 25-14 Win 20-14 Win 64-27 Win 42-7 Win 42-35 Loss 35-29 Loss 28-21 Loss 21-13 Loss 43-17 Loss 21-17 Win 34-20 Win 49-21 Loss 34-0 Loss 44-24 Loss 42-21 Win 13-10 Loss 34-31 Loss 38-35 Won 31-30

Keenan Reynolds hit Matt Aiken with a three-yard touchdown pass on third down with 2:02 remaining to give Navy a thrilling 31-30 victory over Indiana on Homecoming in 2012.

Fullback Vince Murray rushed for a careerhigh 175 yards as Navy defeated Wake Forest, 13-10, in a torrential downpour in the 2009 Homecoming game.

Ketric Buffin returned an interception 39 yards for a touchdown in Navyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 49-21 Homecoming victory over Tulane in 2005.


SERIES RECORDS Opponent Air Force Akron Arizona State Arkansas Arkansas State Army Ball State Balt. Athletic Club Balt. City College Balt. Medical College Bethany Boston College Boston University Bowling Green Brigham Young Bucknell California Carlisle Indians Central Michigan Cincinnati Citadel, The Clemson Colby Colgate Colorado State

Began W L T 1960 18 27 0 1990 1 1 0 2012 0 1 0 1982 0 2 0 2010 1 0 0 1890 57 49 7 1991 0 3 0 1879 0 0 1 1894 1 0 0 1900 1 0 1 1921 1 0 0 1928 11 18 0 1958 1 0 0 1991 1 2 0 1978 1 1 0 1898 9 4 1 1947 2 3 0 1894 5 1 0 2003 3 0 0 1940 2 0 0 1937 6 2 0

1939 0 1 0 1914 3 0 0 1923 6 0 0 2005 1 0 0 Columbia 1900 13 9 1 Columbia Athletic Club 1890 0 0 1 Connecticut 1975 6 1 0 Cornell 1941 9 1 0 Dartmouth 1929 4 0 1 Davidson 1909 3 0 0 Davis & Elkins 1927 1 1 0 Delaware 1931 9 7 0 Denison 1929 1 0 0 Detroit 1961 1 0 0 Dickinson 1889 10 1 4 Drake 1926 3 0 0 Duke 1927 20 14 5 East Carolina 2006 3 1 0 Eastern Illinois 1993 1 0 0 Eastern Kentucky 1981 1 0 0 Eastern Michigan 2003 2 0 0 Elizabeth AC 1894 1 0 1 Florida Atlantic 2012 1 0 0 Florida State 1978 0 1 0 Fordham 1914 1 0 0 Franklin & Marshall 1892 4 0 0 Gallaudet (Kendall) 1886 4 1 0 Georgetown 1890 13 4 2 George Washington 1898 6 0 0 Georgia 1916 2 0 0 Georgia Southern 2010 1 0 0 Georgia Tech 1922 9 16 0 Great Lakes NTS 1918 0 1 0

Opponent Harvard Haverford Hawai’i Houston Illinois Indiana James Madison Johns Hopkins Kent State Lafayette Lehigh Louisiana Tech Louisville Loyola Marine Officers Marquette Maryland Maryland State Massachusetts Mercer Miami (Fla.) Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Mississippi State Missouri New Mexico N.Y. Naval Militia N.Y. University N.J. Athletic Club Newport TS Norfolk Naval Base North Carolina N.C. Pre-flight N.C. State Northeastern Northern Illinois Northwestern North Texas Notre Dame Ohio Ohio State Oklahoma Orange Athletic Club Pennsylvania Penn. Reserves Penn State Pittsburgh Princeton P ­ rinceton Freshmen Princeton JV Purdue Rice Richmond

Began W L T 1907 1 1 3 1917 1 0 0 1999 0 2 0 1980 0 1 0 1979 1 0 0 1985 1 2 0 1988 1 2 0 1882 9 3 0 1980 5 0 0 1891 8 4 0 1889 14 6 1 2009 2 0 0 1993 0 2 0 1926 3 0 0 1904 1 0 0 1924 1 1 0 1905 14 7 0 1897 1 0 0 2006 1 0 0 1933 2 0 0 1959 2 3 0 1925 5 12 1 1962 0 1 0 1955 1 0 0 1983 0 1 0 1948 1 2 0 2004 1 0 0 1903 1 0 0 1910 3 0 0 1895 1 0 0 1918 1 0 0 1918 1 0 0 1899 5 5 0 1943 1 1 0 1911 6 3 0 2004 1 0 0 2007 2 0 0 1950 0 3 0 2007 1 0 0 1927 12 73 1 1932 0 1 0 1930 0 4 0 1965 1 0 0 1895 0 1 0 1888 21 22 4 1896 1 1 0 1894 17 19 2 1912 13 22 3 1892 12 18 6 1885 0 1 0 1886 1 2 0 1926 2 0 0 1951 6 6 0 1926 2 0 0

Opponent Rutgers St. Helena St. John’s College Saint Xavier College San Diego State San Jose State South Alabama South Carolina Southern California SMU Southern MIss Stanford Swarthmore College Syracuse Temple Texas Texas State

Began W L T 1891 11 12 1 1918 1 0 0 1885 18 3 0 1922 2 0 0 1994 0 3 0 2011 0 2 0 2013 0 0 0 1920 3 5 0 1949 1 2 0 1930 9 7 0 2011 0 1 0 1954 2 1 1 1904 1 4 0 1959 8 19 0 1988 5 5 0

1964 0 2 0 2012 1 0 0 Texas Tech 2003 0 1 0 TCU 2000 0 2 0 Toledo 1990 1 2 0 Towson 2008 1 0 0 Trinity 1899 1 0 0 Troy 2011 1 1 0 Tulane 1949 7 11 1 Tulsa 2004 1 1 0 Ursinus College 1914 2 1 0 Utah 2007 0 1 0 Vanderbilt 1907 3 2 2 Vermont 1924 1 0 0 Villanova 1908 9 2 0 Virginia 1889 28 11 0 VMI 1898 9 0 0 Virginia Tech 1903 7 3 0 Wake Forest 1929 5 7 0 Washington 1924 2 3 1 Washington All-Stars 1889 1 0 0 Washington College 1925 1 0 0 Washington & Jefferson 1900 4 1 1 Washington & Lee 1916 2 1 0 West Virginia 1907 6 2 0 West Virginia Wesleyan 1919 7 1 1 Western Kentucky 2009 2 0 0 Western Maryland 1905 3 0 0 Western Reserve 1909 8 0 1 White Squadron 1896 2 0 0 William & Mary 1923 35 6 1 Wisconsin 1945 1 1 0 Wooster College 1931 1 0 0 Yale 1901 4 5 1 2013 Opponents in Bold

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS OAO

Name Abromitis, William Jr. Ackerman, Brian P. Adair, Steven A. Jr. Adams, Chadburn G. Adams, Gregory R Adams, Quincy J. Adams, Roe R. Adams, Jordan T. Addison, William F. II (mgr) Adorney, Frank Adusei, Jefferey W. Aiken, Hugh K. Aiken, Matthew G. Akingbemi, Babatunde W. Akpunku, Jude S. Albershart, Thomas B. Albertson, Donald G. Alexander, Christopher Alexander, Davede U. Alexander, Marc R. Alexander, William D. Allison, Robert C. Alota, Gervy J. (CC) Alukonis, Jeremy R. Alvarado, Jon Ambrogi, Richard T. Ameen, Robert R. Amerau, Colin C. Amos, Richard H. Jr. Anania, Vincent J. Anderson, David R. Anderson, Jack R. Anderson, Ralph O. Jr Anderson, Terrence D. (CC) Andresen, Ronald N. Andrews, Bruce A. Andrews, Charles T. Andrews, James G. Andrews, Sean Angel, James B. Anthony, Anthony A. Anthony, William J Jr Antrim, Richard N. Antrim, Robert J. Archer, Luther Jr Armstrong, Edmund S.

Class Yr. Lettered 1948 1947 2012 2009-10-11 2004 2001-03 2001 2000 1999 1998 2016 2012 1902 1898-99-00-01 2007 2004-05-06 2001 1999 1953 1950-51-52 2005 2004 1906 1903-04-05 2014 2010-11-12 2005 2002-03-04 2016 2012 1960 1958-59 1926 1924-25 1992 1990-91 2001 1998-99-00 1985 1982-83-84 1915 1913-14 1952 1949 1998 1994-95-96-97 1997 1994 2008 2007 1948 1946 1977 1972-73-74 2015 2012 2007 2006 1945 1942 1992 1991 1954 1952-53 1940 1938-39 2000 1998-99 1950 1949 2012 2011 1956 1955 1938 1937 1998 1995-96-97 1966 1965 1958 1956-57 2016 2012 1931 1930 1938 1935-36-37 1989 1988 1948 1946-47

Kwazel Bertrand lettered as a freshman last fall.

184

Armstrong, Lenny Arnold, Henry D. Arnone, Jaimeson J. Aronis, Alexander B. Arthur, Samuel H. Asante, Osei (CC) Ashmore, John R. Asserson, William C. Atkins, Arthur K. Atturio, John M.

1988 1950 1993 1955 1920 2010 1973 1897 1905 1969

OBO

Name Bader, David M Bagdanovich, Michael P. Bagley, Worth Bailey, Dominic R. Baileys, Nicholas T. (mgr.) Baird, Leonard J. Baker, John H. Bakke, Thomas N. (C) Baldinger, James D. Ballard, Adam Balsly, Jeri D. Bank, Neill K. Bannan, Edward K. Bannerman, David V. Barchet, Steven G. Barilich, Steven F. (CC) Barker, Andrew C. Barker, James N. Barker, Jerome A. Barksdale, David A. Barnes, Lance S. Barnes, Tyree D. Barondes, Earl D. Barr, Michael J. Barrett, Russell S. Barron, William W. Barrowman, G.J. Barry, Ryan M. Bartlett, William H. Bartos, Joseph S. Jr Bartuska, Anthony J. Barwis, Robert C. Basford, Michael R. Basl, Lauren E. (trainer) Bass, Curtis Bassi, Felix J. Batchelder, Thomas Bates, Basil B. Jr (mgr) Bates, Richard W. Battipaglia, Jeff Bauer, Dale A. Bauer, Harold W. Bauer, Rudolph C. Baughman, Daniel S. Jr Baumberger, Walter H. Bayer, Frederick B. III Bayless, Walter B. Baysinger, Reaves H. Jr Bazzle, David A. Beagle, Ronald G. Beans, Fred D. Beard, Evan C. Becht, Lawrence R. Beck, Christopher T. Beeler, James D. Been, Richard G. Behrent, Michael R. Belknap, Charles Jr (C) Bell, Ronald I. Bellack, Steven J. Bellino, Joseph M. Beltran, Pablo A. Bendrick, Frank E. Bennett, Bruce S.

1986 1949 1992 1952-53-54 1918 2008-09 1970-71-72 1896 1902 1968

Class Yr. Lettered 2001 2000 1928 1926-27 1895 1891-92-93-94 2003 2000-01-02 2012 2011 1935 1932-34 1946 1943-44 1952 1949-50 1953 1950-51 2008 2004-05-06-07 1969 1967 1926 1925 1959 1958 1951 1949-50 1924 1921-22-23 1976 1973-74-75 2013 2011-12 1956 1955 1980 1977-78-79 1946 1942-44 1994 1993 2009 2005-06-07-08 1948 1946 1972 1969-70-71 1919 1917 1947 1943-44-45 1971 1970 2005 2002-03-04 1949 1946 1948 1945-46 1951 1949 1985 1982 2012 2010-11 2012 2010-11 2010 2008-09 1968 1965 2012 2011 1980 1979 1915 1914 2011 2008-09-10 1931 1930 1930 1927-28-29 1930 1927-28-29 1939 1937-38 1934 1933 1968 1965-66-67 1936 1935 1949 1946-47-48 2005 2003-04 1956 1953-54-55 1930 1927-28-29 2006 2003-04 1934 1931-32-33 1993 1989-90-91-92 1949 1948 1972 1969-70-71 1973 1971-72 1903 1899-00-01-02 1962 1961 1995 1992-93 1961 1958-59-60 2015 2011-12 1955 1954 1988 1986-87

Bennett, Michael T. Benoist, Louis A. Bensch, William D. Benzi, Leonard F. Bergazzi, Wesley A. Berger, Matthew L. Berghult, David C. Bergner, Allen A. (C) Bergner, Jon C. Bernard, Richard F. Berner, John A. Bernet, Albert E. Berrien, Frank D. Berry, George Z. Berry, Joseph L. Bertrand, Kwazel A. Beuret, John D. Beuttenmuller, Pater T. Beverlin, Donald C. Bezek, George M. Bickel, Roger B. Bijak, Francis A. Bikakis, Charles N. Biles, Jacob H. Bingham, William P. Binns, Jack A. Bishop, Daniel J. Bisset, Guy A. Black, Orrin F. Blackwell, Richard B. Blanchard, Gregory S. Blazis, Enoch J. Blecksmith, James P. Blick, Brian P. Blockinger, Alvin F. Blodgett, Harry C. Blount, Thomas E. Blue, William M. Blumenfeld, Geoffrey T. Boblitt, Christopher J. Bock, Joshua M. Boddiford, Alexander J. Bolden, Anthony Bolena, Casey D. Bolesta, Robert F. Bolles, Harry A. Bollinger, H.R. Bonnett, Michael (mgr) Bookhout, Kyle Bookwalter, Charles S. Boothe, Sammy P. Borgschulte, Michael J. Boring, Keith E. Born, Arthur S. Borrebach, Douglas S. Borries, Fred Jr Bothel, Shane A. Bott, Richard P. Botula, Bernard C. Bourgeois, Brian M. Bowen, Brandon J. (CC) Bowen, John D. III Bowers, Donald B. Bowling, William A. (CC) Bowron, Harold A. Bowstrom, Robert M. (C) Boyd, Paul C. Boyer, Charles E. III Boyer, James C. Boyer, Larry A. Boyer, Ralph W. Jr Boyer, Scott A. Boyle, Charles P. III Boynton, Harold W. Bradley, James O. (CC) Brady, Frank T. Brady, Steven M. Bramlett, Leon C. Jr (C)

2004 1920 1992 1956 1973 2002 1991 1940 1968 1907 1987 1926 1900 1972 1944 2016 1892 2003 1978 1960 1966 1986 1960 2006 1982 1932 1990 1899 1931 1949 1986 1987 2003 2012 1960 1917 1941 2012 2005 1981 2001 2012 1993 2014 1977 1923 1924 1995 2010 1894 1942 1991 1982 1927 1984 1935 2011 1980 1953 2001 2002 1971 2011 1991 2012 1931 1946 1971 1974 1960 1941 1987 1958 1908 1990 1953 1986 1948

2003 1919 1990-91 1954 1970-71-72 2001 1989-90 1937-38-39 1967 1905-06 1984-85-86 1924-25 1897-98-99 1970-71 1942 2012 1891 2001-02 1977 1958-59 1965 1984-85 1959 2004-05 1981 1929-31 1989 1897-98 1930 1948 1983-84 1985-86 2002 2011 1959 1913-14-15 1939-40 2009-10-11 2002-03-04 1979-80 2000 2011 1992 2011-12 1975 1920-21-22 1923 1994 2008 1892-93 1940-41 1990 1980-81 1926 1981-82 1932-33-34 2009-10 1976-77-78-79 1950-51 1998-99-00 1997-00 1969 2010 1988-89-90 2011 1928-29-30 1944 1969-70 1973 1957-58-59 1939-40 1985-86 1957 1907 1987-88-89 1951-52 1983-84-85 1943-44-45-46


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Brammer, Michael D. Brand, Charles C. Brand, Gregory R. Brandquist, Roland Brazier, Shalimar L. Breland, James E. Brence, Ronald E. Brennan, Joseph P. Bresnahan, Charles E. Brewer, Matthew H. Bridgers, Paul Bridges, Travis S. Brightman, Robert W. Briley, Carl (mgr) Brimage, Michael D. Brindel, Joshua A. (CC) Bringle, William F. Britt, J. David Brittingham, Cordrea Britton, James P. Broadfoot, Henry B. Broadwater, Brian C.(CC) Broderick, Thomas E. Brodowicz, Mark E. Brooks, Matthew W. Brooks, William B. Brown, Bobby E. Brown, Brad I. Brown, Brian C. Brown, Bryan B. Jr Brown, Curtis L. Brown, Demond D. Jr Brown, George C. Jr Brown, James M. Brown, John H. Jr (Babe) Brown, Rodney T. Brown, Samuel E. Brown, William D. Bruce, R. Clint (CC) Bruff, Charles W. Brunn, Timothy J. Bryan, Louis A. Bryant, Howard M. Bryant, Jarod S. Bryson, James W. Buaas, Marion H. (mgr) Bucchianeri, Ryan J. Buchanan, Allen Buckley, Joseph E. III Buffin, Ketric Bulich, Otto P. Bull, Richard S. Jr Bullard, Ivan C. Bullen, William J. Bumphus, Calvin E. (mgr) Burbage, Charles T. Burchett, Chester W. Burge, Chase A. Burger, Andrew Burke, David J. Burke, Edward J. (C) Burke, Louis E. Jr Burke, Thomas L. Burnette, Edwin A. Burns, Michael L. Burns, Richard H. (C) Burton, Scott L. Buschbom, Ronald L. Bush, Blake T. Bush, David A. Bush, Fred M. Jr (mgr) Bush, Tra’ves L. Bushak, Andrij S. Busik, William S. Butler, John S. (mgr.) Butler, William Buttle, Toby J. Buttrill, William S.

2006 1910 1984 1960 2004 1966 1958 1988 1983 2013 2008 2014 1945 1995 2005 2003 1937 1992 2002 2015 1916 2001 1973 1984 2002 1934 1996 1993 2000 1947 1988 2016 1945 1968 1914 1990 2005 1924 1997 1901 1988 1932 1997 2009 1952 1938 1997 1899 2011 2009 1978 1936 1993 2008 1997 1969 1957 2011 2010 1986 1929 1940 1980 1972 1990 1935 2000 1966 1982 2004 1939 2013 1976 1943 2005 1920 1978 1969

2005 1908-09 1982-83 1957-58-59 2001-02-03 1963 1957 1985-86-87 1981-82 2010-11 2007 2011-12 1943 1994 2002-03 2000-01-02 1935-36 1991 1998-99 2011-12 1914 1998-99-00 1971-72 1983 1999-00-01 1932-33 1996 1990 1997 1945 1986-87 2012 1942-43 1967 1910-11-12-13 1988-89 2004 1923 1993-94-95-96 1900 1986-87 1929-30-31 1994-95-96 2006-07-08 1949-50-51 1937 1994 1898 2009-10 2005-06-07-08 1976-77 1933-34-35 1990 2005-07 1996 1967-68 1955-56 2009-10 2009 1985 1926-27-28 1937-38-39 1979 1971 1988-89 1932-33-34 1999 1964-65 1981 2001 1938 2010-11-12 1973-74-75 1940-41 2002-04 1916-17-18 1976-77 1967

Butts, LeBron II Byng, John W. Byrd, Andre A. II Byrd, Gregory L. Byrne, William D. Jr (CC) Byrom, James T.

1998 1931 2011 1977 1987 1956

OCO

Name Cabaniss, Robert W. Cabral, Joshua K. Caldwell, Henry H. Caldwell, Robert K. Caldwell, Robert S. (CC) Caldwell, Rex S. Calisch, Louis H., III Callahan, Stephen L. Calland, Albert M. III Cameron, Alan R. (C) Cameron, Robert J. Campbell, Evan M. Campbell, Kevin Campbell, George W. Campbell, James H. Campbell, James J. Campbell, Kevin Z. Campbell, Reginald (CC) Candeto, Craig L. (CC) Cannada, Timothy D. Canterna, Don L. Caraveo, Bryan T. Cardona, Joseph D. Carello, Larry D. Carey, Lee C. Carlson, Christopher W. Carnahan, Ralph H. Carney, Arthur G. (C) Carpenter, Reginiald T. Carr, Emerson F. Carreon, Matthew J. Carrington, James H. Carroll, Bronston B. Carroll, John W. III Carrothers, Peter C. (mgr) Carson, Scott D. Carson, Theo K. Carter, Blake Carter, Clay P. Carter, Vauix Carthan, Eddie C. (CC) Cartwright, John B. Case, Frank D. Jr Cassidy, Charles J. Castelli, Christopher W. Castleman, Kenneth G. Castree, John F. Caulk, Peter M. Caulk, Robert F. II Causey, Lewis D. Cebak, William T. Cellon, Richard E. Chafin, Steven D. Chamberlain, James B. Chambers, Henry L. Chambers, Steven P. Chambers, Thomas E. Chambliss, Kevin V. Champion, Aron K. Chan, John K. Channell, Albert B. (C) Chapon, Michael Chapple, Wreford G. Chase, Benjamin S. III (C) Chase, Jeremiah M. (CC) Chatfield, James A. II Chatlos, Bradley J. Chatlos, George C. (CC)

1995-96-97 1928-29-30 2010 1976 1984-85-86 1952

Class Yr. Lettered 1906 1905 2013 2010-11-12 1927 1925-26 1958 1956-57 2007 2004-05-06 1925 1924 2000 1998-99 1981 1977-78-79-80 1974 1971-72-73 1944 1940-41-42 1953 1951-52 2013 2012 2010 2008 1926 1924 1933 1930-31-32 1964 1961-62-63 2010 2009 2008 2004-05-06-07 2004 2002-03 1998 1995-96-97 1973 1970-71 1984 1982-83 2015 2011-12 1973 1971-72 1911 1908-09-10 1989 1987-88 1947 1945 1924 1921-22-23 1904 1901-02 1969 1966-67-68 2001 2000 1948 1944-45-46 2004 2003 1986 1984-85 1963 1962 1991 1988-89-90 1951 1948-50 2010 2007-08-09 2007 2006 1884 1882 2004 2000-01-02-03 1968 1965-66-67 1938 1935-36-37 1987 1986 1986 1984-85 1896 1894-95 1931 1928 1977 1973-75-76 1976 1974-75 1906 1905 1984 1982-83 1978 1976-77 1980 1976 1977 1976 1908 1904 1981 1978-79-80 1932 1930-31 1972 1969 1976 1974 2007 2004-05-06 1945 1942-43 1981 1978-80 1930 1928 1946 1942-43-44 2006 2002-03-04-05 1989 1987-88 1999 1997-98 1993 1989-90-91-92

Chavous, John G. Chegin, George M. (mgr) Chewning, William M. Chiesl, Michael J. Chillingworth, Charles F. Chip, William C. Chomicz, Donald J. Christ, Michael L. Christian, Prentice A. Chung-Hoon, Gordon P. Church, David E. Church, John H. Jr Cianella, Brian Cioni, Gene R. Clark, Charles H. Clark, Clyde D. Clark, H.D. Clark, Howard E. Clark, Michael B. (C) Clark, Scott B. (mgr.) Clark, Virginius E. Clark, William C. Clarke, William P.O. Clarkson, Joseph E. Clarkson, Paul A. Clay, Henry M. Cleverdon, Thomas F. Clifton, Joseph C. Clouse, Richard L. Clyde, Paul M. Coats, William Cobb, Calvin H. Cochrane, Brett A. Cocozza, Timothy R. Coffey, Jason W. Coffman, Clovis C. Cofield, Anthony K. Colby, Mark D. Coldwell, Harold Cole, Lord K. Cole, Otis R. Jr Coleman, Terrence A. Colistra, Cory J. Collier, Clifford L. (CC) Collins, Cecil L. Collins, David H. Collmus, John P. (video)

2000 1975 1942 2002 1925 1943 1959 1990 2013 1934 1967 1968 1983 1977 1934 2003 1920 1943 1969 2009 1907 1935 1917 1955 2004 1911 1969 1930 1985 1925 2013 1911 2003 1970 1998 1928 1993 1985 1920 2005 1936 2002 2006 1975 1998 1944 2011

1997-98-99 1974 1939-40-41 2000-01 1924 1940 1957-58 1989 2012 1931-32-33 1965-66 1966-67 1980-81-82 1976 1933 2000-01 1919 1940-41 1966-67-68 2007 1906 1932-33-34 1916 1954 2001-03 1908-09-10 1967-68 1927-28-29 1981-82-83-84 1922-23 2012 1908-09-10 2000-01-02 1966-68 1995-96-97 1927 1990 1982-83-84 1917-18 2003-04 1934-35 2001 2005 1973-74 1997 1942 2012

Burt Calland (‘74) was a three-year letterwinner before going on to become a Vice Admiral.

185


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Combs, Thomas S. Conlin, Richard J, III Connolly, John M. Connor, Nathaniel W. (mgr) Conroy, Vincent P. (C) Cook, James D. Cook, Murray A. Cooke, Lemuel D. Cooley, Travis W. Coombs, Richard J. Cooper, Charles G. Cooper, Cleveland E. Copeland, Noah K. Coppedge, John O. Corbett, Clarence E. Jr Cordero, Christopher Correll, Robert D. Correnti, Anthony R. Cosh, James J. Costello, Thomas J. Cotney, Tyler W (video) Cotton, Deric R. Couch, Matthew R. Coulter, Shawn M. Covarrubias, A. Jason Craig, Carlyle Craig, Robert J. Crane, Leo O. Craven, Thomas T. Crawley, William B. Crecion, Adam S. Crepeau, Oreal J. Criner, Tremayne (mgr) Cromer, DeJuan, II. Crosby, Raymond B. Cross, John H. Cruise, Edgar A. Crum, Michael E. Cuccio, Peter F. Culbert, Frederick P. Culbreath, Edward L. (mgr.) Cullen, Carl E. Curry, Marcus E. Curtis, Derwood C. Cutter, Slade D. Cylc, Joseph S. Cylc, Lawrence J., Jr.

1920 1999 1966 1999 1923 1987 1987 1939 1998 1985 1950 1975 2015 1947 1940 1992 1960 1954 2011 2005 2011 1996 2013 1984 1998 1916 1956 1931 1896 1945 1999 1944 1994 2002 2001 1927 1922 1982 1977 1915 2001 1924 2012 1976 1935 2007 2007

ODO

Name Dabney, Barry R. Dagampat, Richard M. (C) Dague, William H. Daigneault, Matthew T. Daley, Thomas J. Dalton, John P. (C) Daly, Raymond T. Dander, Vernon A. Dashiell, Robert B. Dattilo, Frank III Davidson, William C. Davies, Ashton J. Davis, Aaron J. Davis, Christopher D. Davis, Frederic C. Davis, Joseph B. Davis, John P. Jr Davis, Michael A. Davis, Robert W. Davis, Ward P. Dawson, David J. Dawson, Howard W. (mgr) Dawson, Jerry Dawson, William L. Day, Robert P. Jr Day, Robert S. DeCario, Raymond D.

186

1918 1998 1963-64-65 1998 1920-21-22 1984-85-86 1985 1936-37-38 1995-96-97 1983-84 1947-48 1972-73-74 2011-12 1945 1937-38 1989-90-91 1959 1951-52 2010 2003-04 2010 1992 2012 1982 1995-96-97 1914-15 1953-54 1928 1894 1943 1995-96-97-98 1942 1993 1999-00-01 2000 1925-26 1919-20-21 1980 1974 1914 2000 1922-23 2009 1973-75 1932-33-34 2005-06 2005-06

Class Yr. Lettered 2014 2012 1959 1956-57-58 1908 1905-06-07 2000 1998-99 1969 1966-67-68 1912 1908-09-10-11 1984 1980-81 1956 1955 1915 1916 1961 1959-60 1895 1893-94 2000 1999 2015 2012 1984 1981-82 1952 1949-50-51 1932 1931 1932 1931 1992 1989-90-91 1955 1954 1917 1915 2010 2009 1944 1942 1991 1989-90 1933 1932 1989 1986-87-88 1942 1940 1970 1967-68

Fred Davis (â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;52) was a three-year letterwinner from 1949-51. Decker, Walter B. Deen, Jackie W. DeGeorge, Bernard J. Jr Degree, James J. Delahooke, Kyle Deliz, Jeffrey J. (CC) Delmazo, Kenneth J. DeMell, Brady A. Demott, Max B. Denfeld, Richard E. Denfield, D.N. Dennett, Stanley P. Denny, James B. Dent, David R. Denzer, Danika C. (trainer) Deramee, Edmond L. Jr Derode, Louis R. Destafney, Robert W. Detweiler, Jack A. Devens, William G. Dickinson, Larry A. Dietz, Harry L. Diggs, Delvin L. Dill, Robert W. Dillon, Hall S. II Dillon, Terrol N. Dimon, John T. (mgr) Dingle, Irving A. Dingle, Marvin E. DiRenzo, Joseph III Dittmann, Harry G. Divis, Francis G. Dixon, Damon B. Dixon, R. Jerome Jr Dixon, Kurt L. Dmetruk, Stephen F. Dobbs, Clarence R. Dobbs, Jamel J. Dodge, Wilson T. Doffermyre, Jamie C. (CC) Doherty, Stephen Dolan, Michael F.X. Doling, Stephen F. (mgr) Doll, Amy (trainer) Doman, Thomas M. Dornin, Robert E.

1906 1969 1967 1978 2011 2008 2001 2012 1909 1952 1922 1895 1933 1981 2008 1947 1915 1978 1970 1924 1990 1961 2012 1985 1970 1996 1927 1999 2006 1982 1967 2005 1995 1997 1984 1971 2011 2014 1928 2000 1906 1981 1993 1999 1987 1935

1903-05 1967 1965-66 1976-77 2008-09-10 2005-06-08 1999-00 2009-10-11 1906-07 1950 1918-19 1893 1930-31 1979-80 2007 1944-45 1914 1975-76-77 1968-69 1923 1987 1960 2011 1982-83-84 1969 1995 1926 1995-97-98 2003-04 1981 1964-65-66 2003-04 1992-93-94 1995-96 1981-82-83 1968-69-70 2008-09-10 2011 1927 1997-98-99 1903-04-05 1979-80 1992 1998 1983-85-86 1932-33-34

Domino, Alex F. Domino, Anthony R. Donahoe, Joseph F. Jr Donaldson, James C. Jr Donatelli, Douglas R. Donnelly, William P. Donnelly, William P. Jr Doogan, Neil J. Doolittle, Alex J. Dorsey, Frank J. Douglas, Archibald H. (C) Douglas, Harold G. Douglass, Eric C. Dow, William C. (C) Dowd, John S. Dowell, Jonathan S. Dowler, Matthew P. Dowling-Fitzpatrick, Joshua Downing, Donald A. (C) Doyle, Bobby Drake, Jordan A. Drechsler, Brian M. Drenning, Ross A. Drew, Roger L. Driscoll, Allen A. Driscoll, Daniel A. Jr Driscoll, William T. Drumm, Joseph T. Drummings, Anthony(mgr) Dryden, Corbin G. Dryden, Zachary J. Dubil, Brad W., trainer DuBois, Raymond F. (C) Duborg, Francis R. Duden, Henry R. Jr (C) Dudik, Charles E. Dumbauld, Theodore Dunaway, J. Daniel Dunn, James M. (C) Dunn, Kenneth D. Duplessis, Ronald L. Durden, John D. Durepo, Charles F. Durette, Robert J. Dutnell, Richard C. Dwyer, James F. Dwyer, Stephen M. Dwyer, Thomas J. Dykes, Steven W.

1996 1991 1943 1943 1983 1965 1989 2012 2014 1954 1908 1911 2012 1968 2012 1905 2005 2013 1967 2010 2015 1998 1999 1951 1961 1974 1976 1946 1994 2005 2012 2005 1938 1929 1947 1996 1981 1992 1960 1974 1977 1964 1964 1941 1955 1986 1968 1946 1978

OEO

Name Earl, William C. Earnest, Richard L. Eastburn, Benjamin D. Easton, Robert W. Echard, Richard D. Echols, R. Colin Eckel, Kyle R. Eddington, Jordan A. Eddy, Daniel T. Eddy, Ian C. Edwards, Heywood L. Edwards, Kevin Edwards, Robert E. Jr Edwards, Thomas E. Jr Eidson, Robert A. (mgr) Eimersl, Homer O. Eisenhauer, Peter R. Eisenhauer, Stephen S. Ekundayo, Adesina Elflein, Robert W. Elliott, Dustin T. Elliott, Edward M. Elliott, Lynn T. Ellis, J. Brian Ellis, A. Mark

1994-96 1989-90 1940 1940-41 1980 1962-63-64 1986 2010 2011 1951-52 1905-06-07 1910 2009-10-11 1965-66-67 2009-10-11 1904 2004 2010-11-12 1964-65-66 2007-08-09 2011-12 1995-96-97 1998 1948-49-50 1958-59-60 1971-72-73 1972-73-74 1942 1993 2003-04 2010-11 2004 1935-36-37 1928 1943-44-45 1997 1978-79-80 1989-90-91 1958-59 1973 1974-75 1961-62 1962-63 1938 1953-54 1984-85 1967 1943 1973-74-75

Class Yr. Lettered 1951 1946-47-48 1964 1962-63 2003 2002 1964 1962 1955 1954 1997 1994 2005 2002-03-04 2010 2009 1927 1926 1930 1929 1926 1925 2011 2007-08-09-10 1995 1994 1937 1935-36 1945 1943 1921 1920 1967 1966 1954 1952-53 2004 2001-03 1973 1970 2005 2001-02-04 1945 1942 1932 1930-31 1993 1991-92 1993 1989-90-91


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Ellis, Roland L. Ellsworth, Ralph I. Elmer, Robert E.P. Emerson, Scott (CC) Emery, Gregory K. Emrich, Charles R. Emrich, Cyril E. Erchul, Ronald A. Erck, Leo Estey, Donald H. Jr Etchison, Frank L. Jr Evans, Joseph L. Ewen, Eddie C. (C) Ewing, Edgar A.

1979 1948 1912 1949 1995 1891 1938 1961 1933 1969 1951 1936 1921 1907

OFO

Name Fagins, Jonathan N. Failing, Rollin V.A. Falconer, Douglas W. Fancher, Kenneth W. Farley, Louis C. (C) Farrell, Ted L. Favors, Grover W. Fay, Benjamin P. (CC) Fay, Jonathan M. Fay, Richard J. Feckler, Richard A. Fedon, Christopher E. Fedon, Richard C. Feeney, Chris E. (mgr) Fehr, Jerad Fehr, Steven P. Feldman, Thomas M. Feldmeier, Allan L. Fellows, Carl M. Felt, Matthew J. Ferguson, Christopher B. Ferguson, Homer L. Ferrara, Maurice Ferraro, Donald R. Fike, Irwin F. Fikes, Jose Fincher, Richard V. Fink, Carl M. Finnerty, Cory Finos, Victor P. Firlie, Marc P. Fischer, Charles H. (C) Fischer, David H. Fisher, Charles E. Fisher, Donald R. Fisher, Joseph O. Fisher, Thomas G. Fitzgerald, David M. Fitzgerald, Richard N. Flanagan, Glenn Flathmann, Eugene R. Flatt, Dean M. Fleming, Myron T. Jr Fleming, Tanner L. Flippin, Royce N. Flis, Dominic A. Flood, Robert H. (mgr) Flood, Thomas P. Flowers, Duane L. Flynn, William J. IV Fodor, James (mgr) Foley, John V. III Foley, Michael J. (mgr) Ford, Eugene Jr Ford, Joseph P. (mgr) Forde, Jack D. Jr Formoso, John Forrestal, Thomas P. Jr Fortney, Lester R. Foster, James T. II

1977-78 1944 1910 1946-47-48 1992 1890 1936 1958-59-60 1932 1967-68 1950 1935 1917-18-19-20 1906

Class Yr. Lettered 2001 2000 1916 1913-14-15 1961 1959-60 1983 1980-81-82 1905 1902-03-04-05 1996 1993 1995 1992 1997 1995-96 2000 1999 2003 2002 1976 1973-74-75 1977 1976 1944 1941-42 1977 1976 2013 2012 1982 1979-80-81 1980 1978-79 1941 1939-40 1936 1934-35 1988 1987 2015 2011-12 1892 1891 1937 1935-36 1992 1989 1938 1935-36-37 1997 1996 1938 1936-37 1962 1961 2010 2008-09 1946 1943 1987 1984-85-86 1899 1895-96-97-98 1953 1950-51 1997 1996-97 1953 1951-52 1902 1901 1918 1916 1982 1981 1962 1960-61 1978 1976-77 1943 1940-41 1972 1969 1962 1961 2015 2012 1926 1922-23-24-25 1991 1990 1948 1946 1958 1956-57 1982 1979-80 1982 1981 2008 2006-07 1982 1980-81 1964 1963 1976 1973-74-75 1959 1958 1973 1971-72 1994 1993 1958 1956-57 1997 1995 1984 1983

Foster, Richard E. (C) Fountain, Earl E. II Fowler, Hardy B. Fowler, Orie W. (C) Franco, Frederick J. Franks, Arthur Jr Frantz, Frazier W. Fraser, Jordan M. Frasier, Harrison G. Frawley, Edward R. Frazier, Nate Freeman, James K. Freeman, Roy B. Jr Freeman, Wesley A. Fremont, John C. French, James B. (CC) Frenzel, Joseph W. Jr Fretz, Osmund R. III Fretz, Paul H. Frey, Eric K. Freyer, Frank B. Fricks, Donnie M., Jr. (CC) Friedman, Robert C. Fritsch, Raymond J. Fritzinger, George R. Frosch, Thomas A. Froude, Robert S. (C) Fryauff, Michael J. (video) Fudge, Eric D. (CC) Fullam, Donald M. Fuller, John V. Fullwood, Daron D. Fulp, James D. Jr Fundoukos, Theodore E. Furlong, George M. Jr Furman, Douglas S. Furqan, Matthew B.

1941 2000 1944 1901 1954 1939 1983 2013 1950 1922 2010 1965 1955 1990 1901 2013 1964 1971 1903 2004 1902 2003 1991 1978 1959 1992 1942 2011 1986 1954 1987 1990 1934 1989 1956 2012 2003

1939-40 1999 1942 1897-98-99-00 1950-51-52 1936-37 1982 2010 1947-48-49 1921 2007-08 1962-63-64 1954 1989 1899-00 2011-12 1962 1969-70 1901-02 2003 1898-99-00-01 2000-01-02 1988-89-90 1975-76-77 1956-57-58 1991 1939-40-41 2010 1982-83-84-85 1951-52-53 1984-85-86 1987-88 1932-33 1987-88 1955 2009-10-11 2001-02

OGO

Name Gabbard, Benjamin J. Gabel, William H. III Gaddy, Jeffrey J. Gainer, Curtis Gaines, Parrish D. Gainey, John D. IV

Class Yr. Lettered 2008 2006-07 1985 1984 2002 1999-00-01 1981 1977-78-79-80 2015 2011-12 1999 1995-96-97-98

Ben Fay (â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;97) earned varsity letters as a quarterback in 1995 and 1996.

Gallaer, David G. 1984 Gallagher, Timothy J. (mgr) 1993 Gallion, Zachary J. 2007 Galloway, Keith A. 1996 Galpin, Michael J. (CC) 1978 Gambke, Frederick C. 1951 Gannon, John W. 1931 Gannon, Sinclair 1900 Gantley, John E. 1969 Garban, James R. (C) 1973 Garcia-Bragiel, Matthew R. 2006 Gardner, Thomas A. Jr 1976 Garfield, Rodney A. 1974 Garner, Christopher 1982 Garrett, George W. 1967 Garrow, Jack A. 1955 Garvin, Ivan R 2000 Garza, Armando A. (mgr) 1994 Gaskins, Anthony R. 2009 Gattuso, Joseph A. 1955 Gattuso, Joseph A. Jr (CC) 1978 Gay, Grady R. 1945 Gazaille, Jonathan M. 2013 Gebert, Wesley R. Jr 1942 Gegg, Patrick M. (mgr.) 2001 Gelpi, Cynthia (mgr.) 2005 Gephart, Gregory A. 1987 Gerber, Myron D. 1949 Gherardi, Walter R. 1895 1939 Ghesquiere, George D. Ghormley, Robert L. 1906 Giacin, Richard J. III 1989 2006 Gibbon, Daniel A. Gibeley, Marc M. 1987 1969 Gibson, Robert S. Gierucki, James T. 1969 Giese, Carl E. 1929 1914 Gilchrist, K.P. (C) Gill, James E. 1963 1965 Gillespie, David D. Gilless, Anthony F. 1993 Gillette, Edmond S. Jr 1940 1946 Gilliam, Gail H. Gilliland, Theodore M. 1944 1945 Gillooly, John F. Gilman, Arthur 1919 Gilmore, Edward J. 1976 2003 Giorgi, Marc A. Giorgis, Albert S. 1945 1974 Glenny, Allen R. Gober, Paul D. 1957 Goble, John C. 1973 1962 Goebel, David M. Goebel, James A. 1967 Golding, Edwin I. 1950 Golson, Justin L. 2004 Gonzalez, Anthony R. (trainer) 1995 Goodin, Joshua P. 2004 1985 Goodman, Robert A. Goodman, Robert W. 1949 Goodman, Thomas C. 1974 Goodson, Robert F. II 1993 Goodstien, H. 1919 1978 Goodwin, Gerald D. Gopffarth, Bobby L. 1991 Gorder, Charles F. 1948 Gordon, David W. IV 1995 Goss, Nelson H. 1905 2008 Goss, Troy Gossard, Sander 2009 Goudge, Maurice E. 1927 Gouge, Ethan A. 2007 Gourdine, H. Lamont 1995 1906 Grady, Ronan C. Graf, Homer W. 1915 Gragg, Walter L. Jr 1952 Graham, Andrew T. 1897 Graham, Christopher B. 1991

1983 1992 2004-05-06 1993-94-95 1975-76-77 1949 1928-29-30 1897-98-99 1967-68 1970-71-72 2006 1973-74-75 1973 1979-80 1965 1953-54 1998-99 1993 2006-07-08 1952-53-54 1975-76-77 1942-43 2010-12 1939-40-41 2000 2002-04 1985-86 1946-47 1894 1938 1904-05 1988 2005 1986 1968 1967 1927-28 1910-11-12-13 1961-62 1964 1990-91-92 1937-38-39 1943-44 1942 1942-43 1915 1973-74-75 2000 1943 1971-72-73 1955-56 1972 1961 1966 1946-47 2001 1994 2002-03 1982-83-84 1948 1973 1990-91-92 1915-16-17 1974-75 1990 1946 1994 1904 2007 2008 1926 2006 1992-93 1902-03-04-05 1914 1949-50-51 1895-96 1987-88-89

187


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS

Tom Hamilton earned three varsity letters from 1924-26 and later went on to become head coach and athletic director. Graham, Darrell A. Graham, Kelvin F. Graham, Lawrence L. Jr Graham, Mason W. Grana, Brian T. Grandjean, Charles F. Grant, James S. Grant, Roger L. Graves, Edwin D. Jr Gray, Albert D. Gray, Brian T. Gray, Gary R. Gray, Louis P. III Green, James H. Green, John M. III Green, Marlin K. Green, Robert B. Greene, Alexander G. Gremillion, John D. Grev, Ingar A. Griffith, Ryan Grimes, Michael S. Grissom, Billy M. III Grizzard, Alton L. (CC) Guest, Richard P. Jr Guin, David R. Guise, Chad D. Guitierrez, David M. Gunderson, Richard D. Gunther, Donald L. Gurski, John M. (C) Gutekunst, Jon K. Gutting, John P. Guy, Charlie Gwinn, Dave

1993 1977 1963 2012 1996 1981 1980 2000 1921 1931 2000 1966 1940 1949 2006 1995 1997 2013 1993 1989 2009 1978 2011 1991 1956 1981 1994 2001 1938 1971 1953 2001 1942 1946 1994

OHO

Name Haan, Justin M. Haberer, Tony Hagan, Cliff L. Hagberg, Oscar E. Haines, Patrick M. Jr. Halbreiner, Carl M.

188

1989-90 1975-76 1960-61-62 2009-10 1994 1978 1979 1999 1917-19 1928-29-30 1999 1965 1938-39 1948 2003-04-05 1992 1994-95-96 2009-10-11-12 1992 1988 2008 1975 2010 1987-88-89-90 1954-55 1979 1991 2001 1936-37 1969-70 1950-51-52 2000 1939-40-41 1945 1993

Class Yr. 2013 2010 1982 1931 2002 1974

Lettered 2010 2007-08-09 1980-81 1929-30 1999-00 1972-73

Hale, Timothy E. Haley, Thomas B. Hall, John L. Jr Hall, Matthew Halligan, John Jr (C) Halloran, Shane P. Halsey, William F. J.r Hamberg, Harold A. Hamilton, Donald W. Hamilton, Ryan J. Hamilton, Thomas J. Hamilton, William H. Hammond, Mark Hampton, Brian C. Hamrick, James D. Hannegan, Edward A. (C) Hansell, Michael P. Hansen, Harold D. Hansen, John E. Harbold, Robert P. Jr Harden, Matthew S. Harden, Timothy S. (CC) Hardin, James T. Hardison, Robert P. Jr Hardman, Eugene R. Hardwick, Harry J. Harmon, Matthew L. Harper, Antron L. Harper, Thomas J. Harrell, John P. Harris, Clarence S. II Harris, Fernando J. Harrison, Homer H. Harrison, Thomas W. Hart, Christopher A. (CC) Hartnett, Ronald J. Hartung, Rennick J. Harvey, John W. Harwood, Harold A. Hasbrouck, Raymond D. Haskins, Heidi D., (trainer) Hastings, Todd E. Hatcher, Jack R. Hathaway, Brian L. Hatzidakis, Kostas J. Jr. Hauburger, Jerry Hauer, Kristian O. Hauff, Frank W. (C) Havasy, Robert Hawkins, William F. Haworth, William F. Heap, Bradyn D. Heaven, Astor H. III Hebron, John C. Hecomovich, Michael R. Heimark, Jacob V. (mgr) Heine, Kenneth A. Hempel, Robert E. III Hendershot, Carl D. Henderson, Neil M. Henderson, Nicholas M. Henderson, Robert W. Henderson, Weston N. Henry, James B. Henry, Ralph D. Hepp, Edward J. Jr Hepworth, Robert W. Herlong, George H. Herron, Michael S. Herweyer, Willis E. Hess, Darin (student coach) Hessel, Edward W. Hester, Loris E. Hettiger, Matthew W. (mgr.) Hewitt, John F. (C) Hezel, Matthew R. (video) Hickman, Kevin J. Higginbotham, D.F.

1973 1930 1913 2007 1898 1995 1904 1946 1912 2002 1927 1923 1996 2007 1973 1928 1976 1940 1946 1934 1999 1975 1929 1961 1966 1927 2009 2008 1978 1943 2003 1996 1915 1917 1995 1966 1891 1950 1942 1892 1998 1984 2010 1989 2000 2011 1983 1952 1967 1950 2013 2015 1997 1942 1971 1940 1985 1953 1980 1965 2010 1897 2013 1896 2004 1967 1955 1984 1987 1990 2013 1937 1967 2010 1962 2006 1995 1974

1970 1929 1912 2004-05-06 1894-95-96-97 1992-93-94 1902-03 1942-43-44 1910-11 1998-99-00 1924-25-26 1920-21-22 1994-95 2003-04-06 1971 1925-26-27 1974-75 1937-38-39 1943-44 1932-33 1997-98 1972-73-74 1927 1959-60 1963-64 1925-26 2006-07-08 2005-06-07 1977 1940-41 2002 1993-94-95 1912-13-14 1914 1991-92-93-94 1965 1890 1949 1938-39-40 1891 1997 1981-83 2009 1987-88 1997-98-99 2010 1981 1949-50-51 1964-65-66 1946-47-48 2012 2012 1995-96 1940 1968-69 1939 1982-83-84 1951-52 1977-78-79 1962-63-64 2009 1895-96 2011-12 1895 2001-02-03 1966 1953-54 1981-82-83 1985-86 1987 2012 1935-36 1965 2009 1959-60-61 2005 1991-92-93-94 1972

Higgins, Andrew J Hilburn, John E. Hill, Daryl A. Hill, Frank K. (C) Hill, John T. Hill, Raymond K. Hill, Ward J. Hills, David F. Himelspach, Steven J. Hines, Lionel G. Hines, Trey Hinman, Edward D. Hirst, George C. Hithon, Cary J. Hlatky, Gregory M. Hoch, Christopher M. Hodrick, Christopher M. Hoerner, Herbert L. Hoernschmeyer, Robert J. Hofacre, Timothy R. Hoffman, Patrick J. Hoffmann, Henry A. Hogan, Travis A. (trainer) Holden, Thomas J. Holl, Donald G. Holland, Troy E. Holley, Stephen L, Jr. Holliday, Daniel K. (mgr.) Hollinger, Anthony K. Holmberg, Robert A. Holsinger, Gerald L. Holtmann, Oscar H. Holzapfel, Chad R. Homa, Eric J. Hong, Ji H Honour, Craig G. Honse, John H. Jr Hoobler, Jeffrey M. Hooper, Steven L. Hopkins, John I. (C) Horne, Adam A. Horne, Alex Horne, Robert E. Jr Horning, George R. Howard, Daniel P. Howard, Douglas L. (C) Howard, Douglas M. Howe, David B. Howe, George T. Howell, John W. Hower, James J. Hoy, Stephen G. (C) Huang, Kathy Y. (video) Hubbard, Gregory W. Hubbard, William H. Huey, Calvin W. Huffman, George L. Jr Hufft, John C. Hufstetler, Beau D. Hughes, Casey D. Hughes, Claud W. Hughes, Donald S. Hughes, Francis M. Hughes, William A. Hulson, William T. Hume, Hillis D. Humiston, Matthew D. Hunt, James C. Jr Hunt, Joseph R. Hunt, Richard C.D. (mgr) Hunt, Robert G. Jr Hunter, Enrico A. Hunter, George K. (mgr) Hunter, Harold T. Hurley, Thomas B. Hurst, Harry H. Hurt, Philip Hutcherson, Phillip R.

1998 1969 2001 1884 1942 1966 1975 2001 1993 1994 2007 1999 1925 1977 1991 1966 1995 1927 1949 1989 1986 1948 2004 1964 1988 1989 2000 2013 1987 1993 1893 1918 1997 2002 2012 1968 1955 1977 1982 1956 2005 2009 1949 1902 1974 1906 2000 1971 1914 2013 1957 1963 2004 1993 2001 1967 1961 1948 2001 2005 1930 1988 1923 1962 1936 1945 2008 1951 1942 1930 1949 1999 1990 2012 1932 1958 1943 1976

1997 1967 1998-99-00 1883 1940-41 1965 1973 2000-01 1990-91-92 1992-93 2003-04-05-06 1998 1924 1976 1988-89-90 1965 1994 1925-26 1945 1987-88 1984-85 1946 2003 1963 1986-87 1985-86-87-88 1998-99 2011-12 1984-85-86 1990 1891 1916 1994-95-96 1998-99 2009 1965-66 1952 1974-75-76 1980 1953-54-55 2003 2008 1947-48 1899-00 1971-72 1902-04-05 1998-99 1969 1911-12-13 2010-11-12 1955-56 1960-61-62 2003 1992 1999-00 1964-65 1959-60 1946 2000 2003 1928-29 1985-86-87 1921 1960-61 1935 1942-43 2006-07 1948-49-50 1940 1929 1946-47-48 1996-97-98 1989 2011 1930-31 1956-57 1940-41 1974-75


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Hutchins, Carlton B. Hutchins, Charles H. Huxel, Terrence R. (CC) Hyde, Thomas A. Hysong, Kenneth B.

1926 1936 1981 1960 1939

1925 1935 1978-79-80 1957-58-59 1936-37-38

OIO

Name Ikard, William G. II Ince, Joe Ingraham, Duncan N. Ingraham, Duncan N. Jr Ingram, Homer L. Ingram, Jonas H. Ingram, William A. (C) Ingram, William T. II Irby, Curtis M. Irons, Jerry W. Irwin, Noble E. Iwuji, Jesse Izard, Walter B.

Class Yr. Lettered 1948 1946 1964 1961-62-63 1966 1964-65 1994 1989-90-91-92 1914 1913 1907 1906 1920 1916-17-18 1938 1936-37 1988 1986-87 2005 2003 1891 1890 2009 2007-08 1895 1892-93-94

OJO

Name Jackson, Erasto C. Jackson, Lane Jackson, Marcus Jackson, Robert C. Jackson, Timothy J. Jackson, Wesley R. (mgr.) Jacobs, Jared T. Jamal, Rashad James, Cory L. James, George S. Jr James, William D. Janke, Christopher D. Janney, Frederick E. Jarvis, Benjamin C. Jaskowiak, Derek C. Jefferson, Michael N. Jeffery, John M. Jeffries, John W. (mgr) Jenkins, Amir A. Jenkins, Byron W. Jenkins, Robert T. Jesse, William L. Jeter, Edward A. Jimenez, Michael A. Johnson, Aaron T. Johnson, Chandler W. (mgr) Johnson, Christopher L. Johnson, Clarence W. Johnson, Corey Johnson, Jeffrey A. (CC) Johnson, Moulton K. Johnson, Robert S. Johnson, Willis O. Johnston, Nathan C. Johnston, Robert K. Johnston, Roe H. Jokanovich, Peter Jones, Arthur C. (mgr) Jones, Bobby R. Jones, Carlton D. (mgr) Jones, Gregory D. Jones, Herbert A. Jones, Herbert S. Jones, Hunter K. (st. coach) Jones, Joshua D. Jones, Raymond E. Jones, Richard H. Jones, Richard S. Jones, Ronald F. Jones, Sandy A. Jones, Quinton D. (mgr) Jordan, Carl C.

Class Yr. 1997 2005 2002 1976 1982 2011 1998 2002 1996 1932 1994 1991 1937 1939 2003 1995 2002 1952 2005 1993 1947 1948 1976 1989 1990 1929 1992 1918 2008 1984 1894 1973 1931 1997 1934 1945 1958 1933 2001 1998 2011 1907 1916 1997 2013 1909 1916 2000 1989 1979 1998 1989

Lettered 1993-94 2002-03-04 1999-00 1973-74-75 1981 2009-10 1997 2000 1992 1931 1991-92-93 1989-90 1935-36 1936-37-38 2001-02 1992-93-94 2001 1951 2002-03-04 1990 1943-44-45 1946 1973-74-75 1987 1989 1928 1991 1915 2007-08 1981-82-83 1890-91-92 1970-71-72 1930 1996 1932-33 1942-43 1955-56-57 1932 1998-99-00 1997 2009-10 1903-06 1914 1996 2011 1907-08 1914 1999 1987 1977-78 1997 1987-88

Jordan, Justin R. Jordan, Michael Jr Jordan, Timothy J. (CC) Joseforsky, David C. Judge, Thomas J. Juriga, Jacob T.

2001 1982 1982 1997 1986 2013

1999-00 1980-81 1980-81 1995-96 1984 2011-12 (coach)

OKO

Name Class Yr. Lettered Kaheaku-Enhada, Kaipo-Noa 2009 2005-06-07-08 Kanakis, Mark R. 1983 1982 Kane, Denis J. 1998 1995-96-97 Kane, Ira W. 1953 1950-51 Kane, William R. 1933 1931-32 Kanuch, John S. 1959 1956-57-58 Karalis, Darius C. 1974 1971-72 Karns, Franklin D. 1895 1893-94 Kaslik, Matthew D. 1995 1992-93-94 Kaupiko, Reyn 2008 2007 Kavanagh, A.G. 1894 1892-93 Kearney, Sean P. 2007 2006 Keating, Travis M. (coach) 2013 2012 Kelley, LaVaugh Jr. 2005 2002-03-04 Kellner, Gary E. 1964 1960-61-63 Kelly, John F. 1982 1979 Kelly, Michael T. 1976 1973 Kelly, Robert J. 1949 1945 Kendrick-Holmes, Clayton 1992 1990-91 Kennedy, Brian S. 2000 1999 Kennedy, John C. 1982 1981 Kennedy, Robert N. 1916 1914 Kenton, Bruce H. 1965 1962-63-64 Kercher, Merrill A. 1916 1915 Kerr, John S. 1977 1973 Kettani, Eric N. 2009 2006-07-08 Key, Harry N. Jr 1948 1947 Kiefer, Mark L. 1989 1986-87 1949 1946 Killeen, Calhoun J. Kim, Phillip M. (mgr.) 2001 1999 Kim, Roger M. (mgr.) 2009 2007 1896 1893-94-95 Kimball, Henry S. Kimbro, Christopher K. 2008 2005 1999 1997-98 Kindler, Blaine R. King, Caleb N. 2012 2009-10-11 King, Clyde W. 1922 1919-20-21 1980 1976 King, David P.

King, Matthew R. King, Drexel R. King, Thomas S. Jr King, T. Starr (C) Kirby, Matthew Kircher, Michael J. Kirk, James A. Kirkland, Andrew M. Kirkpatrick, Charles E. Kirn, Louis J. Kirwan, Gregory W. Kiser, Charles A. Klawinski, Lawrence J. (CC) Klein, Charles C. Klemencic, Steven E. Klemick, Ronald J. Kmiec, Kenneth P. Knoizen, Arthur K. Knotts, George F. Knox, Arthur C. Kocisko, Lawrence M. Koehler, Ben G. Koepke, Lyle L. (C) Koffi, James R. (manager) Kohlhas, Albert P. Jr Konrad, Edmond G. Korn, Jeffrey Kotulski, Edward P., Jr. Kowalkoski, Steven A. Kozinski, Kenneth E. (mgr.) Kozischek, Albert J. Kozub, Michael D. Kral, Theodore C. Krebs, Conor R. (video) Krebs, Gary L. Kreh, Richard E. Krekich, Alexander J. Kremer, Steven R. Kriner, George C. Kronzer, Michael J. Krstich, Jeffrey J. (CC) Krulis, Richard P. Kuberski, Robert K. Jr Kubiak, James A. (CC) Kuhar-Pitters, Chris Kukowski, Theodore T. Kunda, David M. Kurowski, John M.

2001 2009 1936 1911 1986 1990 1990 1991 1931 1932 1997 1947 1980 1980 1982 1963 1986 1949 1954 1944 1965 1922 1930 2007 1930 1932 1983 2006 1985 2012 1955 1993 1969 2012 1965 1994 1964 1979 1915 1981 1970 1968 1993 1995 2008 1953 2002 1978

2000 2005-06-07-08 1934-35 1909-10 1984 1988-89 1986-88-89 1988-89-90 1930 1929-30-31 1996 1944-45 1976-77-78-79 1977-78-79 1981 1961-62 1985 1947-48 1953 1941-42 1963-64 1919-20-21 1928-29 2005-06 1928-29 1931 1981 2005 1984 2010-11 1952-53 1990-91-92 1966-68 2010-11 1964 1993 1961-62-63 1976-77-78 1914 1978-79-80 1968-69 1967 1990-91-92 1991-93-94 2007 1950-51 1999 1975-76-77

OLO

Amir Jenkins (â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;05) was a three-year letterwinner at wide receiver.

Name Laboon, John F. Jr LaForce, Thomas W. Lam, Jeffrey Q. Lambert, Asad R. Lambert, George S. Lambert, John F. Lammers, Jeffrey R. Lammers, Roger A. Land, Emory S. Landau, Harry J. Landis, Irwin F. Lane, Gary D. Lane, George A. Lane, Max A. Lane, Rufus H. Lang, Charles J. Lange, Edward C. Langis, Benjamin A. Lanning, Roger B. Lark, Andrew Lark, David W. Larocca, Bart B. Larson, Emery E. (C) Laskey, Beau D. Lassman, Abraham J. Lauletta, Joseph C. Jr

Class Yr. Lettered 1944 1942 1969 1968 2002 2001 2002 1999-00 1935 1933-34 1964 1961 1971 1968-69 1968 1965-66-67 1902 1898-99-00-01 1970 1969 1897 1896 2000 1997-98-99 2004 2001-02-03 1994 1991-92-93 1891 1890 1893 1892 1909 1907-08 2000 1999 1973 1970-71-72 2010 2007-09 1997 1996 1991 1987-88-89-90 1922 1919-20-21 1992 1988-89 1971 1969 1987 1986

189


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Lauletta, Lex Laurenzo, Roland D. Lawrence, Randlett T. Laws, George W. Leach, James A. Leahy, John P. Leaman, Stephen J. LeBlanc, Jean M. (mgr) LeDoux, John C. Lee, Chester M. Lee, Holman Jr Leerberg, Robert N. Legg, Max E. Lehfeldt, Henry A. Leighton, Frank T. Leiser, Thomas C. Lenar, Jeffrey J. Jr. Lentz, August W. (C) Lenz, Clifford A. Leonard, Harry R. Leonard, Robert E. Lepore, Christopher M. Lerch, David R. Leslie, Gene E. Leszczynski, Robert M. Lettieri, Michael F. Levensky, Sol E. Lewis, Kevin R. Lewis, Paul S. Lillefloren, David B. Limbert, Jonathan E. Lind, James J. Lindbeck, John A. Lippard, James F. Jr Lipsey, Stephen A. Lipsky, Raymond B. Jr Lisante. Keith M. Little, Keenan O. Lloyd, Russell Lobb, John E. Loftin, Frannk Lohr, David M. Long, Byron A. Long, Mark R. Lopez, Joy M. (mgr.) Love, Mark E. Lowe, David E. Lowe, Ruper B. Lowell, Robert E. Lowhorn, Christina (mgr.) Loya, David V. Lucas, David W. Lucci, Anthony G. Luper, James A. Lydick, Clayton W. Lynch, Frank C. Jr Lynch, Shawn E. Lynch, Thomas C. (C) Lynch, Tyler P.

1981 1969 1949 1891 1954 1951 1969 1992 1948 1942 1935 1974 1974 1898 1909 1967 2010 1926 1941 1914 1942 2001 1990 1949 1979 1969 1926 1998 1972 1992 1999 1975 1942 1978 1994 1995 2008 2007 1930 1986 1911 1968 1901 1985 2010 1997 1990 1922 1953 2007 1998 1973 1961 1961 2011 1938 2014 1964 2013

OMO

Name MacArthur, Malcolm Macauley, Edward (C) MacCauley, Edward Jr MacCarthy, Albert H. MacFarlane, Dirk N. MacKay, Brian H. (mgr) Macklin, Charles F. Macy, Ulysses S. Madden, Brian P. Maddox, John Magee, Sean T. Maginn, James J. Magruder, Cary W. Maier, Michael A. Mahoney, David W.

190

1979-80 1967-68 1946-47-48 1890 1952-53 1950 1968 1991 1946 1939-41 1933-34 1971-72 1971-72-73 1895 1907-08 1964-65-66 2009 1922-23-24-25 1938-39-40 1912-13 1939-40-41 1998-99-00 1988-89 1946-48 1976-77-78 1968 1923 1995-96-97 1971 1990-91 1997-98 1973-74 1941 1976-77 1992-93 1994 2004 2003-04-05-06 1926-27-28 1984-85 1909-10 1966-67 1898-99-00 1983-84 2009 1993-94 1986-87-88-89 1919 1950-52 2006 1995-96-97 1971 1960 1960 2010 1935-36-37 2011-12 1961-62-63 2012

Class Yr. Lettered 1935 1932 1896 1892-93-94-95 1896 1893-94-95 1897 1896 1986 1983-84-85 1979 1978 1892 1890-91 1898 1897 2002 1999-01 2009 2008 2004 2003 1964 1962 1908 1907 1990 1988-89 2007 2003-04-05-06

Jeremy McGown earned four varsity letters as a defensive back from 2003-06. Mahoney, George C. Malcolm, Everett A. Malinowski, Edward F. (CC) Malynn, Edward E. Mandelkorn, Robert S. Mangold, John F. Mankowich, Paul Manley, Rufus. Manning, Charles S Jr. Marchetti, Michael J. Marchetti, Ronald A. Marchildon, Michael J. Markel, Arthur L. Markoff, Nicholas S. Markovsky, Michael Y. Marks, Jared R. Markulis, George J. Marlin, Frederick R. Jr (C) Marquardt, Walter E. Jr Marshall, Albert W. Marshall, Richard C. Martin, Benjamin S. Martin, Eddlie L. Jr. Martin, Doug E. Martin, Harold M. Martin, Shaka A. Martin, John T. Martinez, Dana C. Martinez, James R. Massie, Joshua J. Mason, William B. Jr Mason, William J. (CC) Matalavage, Joseph A. (C) Mather, George W. Mather, Gregory A. Mathews, Bob O. Mathews, Benjamin C. Mathews, Samuel J. Matthews, Michael A. Matthes, Michael J. Mattix, Kevin S. Mauro, Anthony J. Mauro, Charles T. Jr Maxfield, James G. Maxson, Willis E. III May, Leonard J. Mayfield, Albert II

1950 1941 2002 1957 1935 1948 1960 1901 1936 2000 1970 1988 1948 1964 2016 2012 1975 1965 1949 1896 2010 1946 2007 2000 1919 2002 1946 1979 1958 1999 1937 1992 1961 1969 1962 1924 2004 2006 2010 1981 1994 1984 1930 1960 1943 1974 1973

1949 1939-40 2000-01 1955-56 1934 1946 1959 1898-99-00 1935 1998-99 1969 1986-87 1945-46-47 1961-62-63 2012 2009-10-11 1972-73-74 1962-63-64 1948 1893-94-95 2009 1942-43-44 2006 1999 1915-16-17 1998-99 1943-44 1978 1956-57 1998 1935-36 1989-90-91 1958-59-60 1967 1959-60-61 1922-23 2000-01-02-03 2002 2009 1978-79-80 1992-93 1983 1929 1958-59 1940-41 1971-72-73 1970-71

Mayo, Louis H. 1940 1937-38-39 McAndrew, Thomas T. 2000 1999 McBeth, Vincent D. (CC) 1987 1983-84-85-86 McBryde, J Doak 1996 1993-94-95 McCall, Dennis C. (CC) 1983 1981-82 McCallister, Frank F. (CC) 1981 1978-79-80 McCallum, Napoleon A. (CC) 1985 1981-82-83-84-85 McCauley, Aaron M. 2012 2009-10 McCauley, John W. 2012 2011 McCarty, Douglas J. 1965 1962-64 McClain, William J. 1948 1946 McClarin, Robert Q. III 2005 2002-03-04 McClintic, William S. 1905 1904 McClinton, Robert B. 1948 1946 McCloud, Rashad A. (mgr.) 2001 2000 McCoach, Edwin S. 1915 1914 McConkey, Philip J. (CC) 1979 1976-77-78 McConnell, Riley F. 1907 1903-04-05-06 McCool, Patrick R. 1956 1954-55 McCormack, Michael J. 1895 1892-93-94 McCormick, Kevin S. Jr. (SC) 2002 2001 McCormick, Patrick J. 1978 1976-77 McCowan, Robert C. 1953 1950-51 McCoy, Byron M. 2007 2004-05-06 McCoy, Chris C. (CC) 1998 1995-96-97 McCray, Jason R. 2001 1997 McCrea, Victor B. 1932 1931 McCulley, Thomas K. 1979 1978 McCully, Alvin C. 1950 1946-47-48 1968 1967 McDaniel, Scott E. McDonald, Bryce A. 2003 2000-01-02 McDonald, Harold W. 1935 1934 1952 1949-50 McDonald, Robert P. McDonald, Ronald K. 1984 1982-83 2005 2004 McElhannon, Sean R. McElroy, Robert L. 1949 1948 McElwee, Robert T. 1957 1956 1938 1935-37 McFarland, Alan R. McGee, Michael P. 2001 1998-99-00 2009 2007 McGinn, Andrew B. McGinnis, Mark N. 1993 1991-92 McGoldrick, Brian P. 1989 1986-87 1993 1991-92 McGowan, Eric J. (CC) McGown, Jeremy L. 2007 2003-04-05-06 1940 1938-39 McGrath, Thomas P. McGregor, Rob R. 1991 1990 McGrew, Patrick J. 1998 1994-95-96-97 2003 2001-02 McIlravy, Michael A. McIlvain, Jamison D. 2000 1998-99 1991 1988-90 McIntosh, Gary A. McKee, Ira C. 1924 1920-21-22-23 McKee, Wayne H. 1958 1956-57 1987 1985-86 McKenna, John J. McKeon, Thomas J. 1969 1967-68 McKeown, Ronald E. 1961 1960 McKinney, Stephen B. 1907 1904-06 McKinney, William L. 1971 1968-69-70 McKissick, Charles N. 1999 1998 2005 2004 McLaughlin, Matthw J. McLauglin, Michael E. 1981 1978-79-80 McMechan, Zachary C. 1994 1993 McMenamin, James P. 2007 2006 McNair, Frederick V. Jr 1903 1901-02 1971 1968-69-70 McNallen, John M. McReavy,Clarence J. 1914 1911-12-13 McTavish, Kevin C. 1980 1979 McTighe, John A. 1943 1940 McVey, William J. 1944 1942 1991 1990 Meagher, Patrick C. Jr Meek, Joshua D. 2008 2006-07 Meisel, William J. 1958 1956-57 Meister, John T. 1971 1968-69-70 Meraz, William P. 2005 2004 2003 2000-01 Mercer, Steven S., II Merchant, Emmett 2011 2008-09-10 Meredith, Ian C. 2010 2009 Merino, Edward B. 1965 1962 Merrill, John 1980 1976-77-78-79


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Merring, Harry L. Merritt, Darwin R. Merritt, Richard J. Metcalf, Manuel J. Metcalf, Victor N. Metzger, Thomas D. Meyer, George R. (C) Meyer, Victor A. Meyers, Charles L. Jr Meyers, Edward A. (CC) Michael, Herbert H. Michalowicz, Andrew T. Mickelson, John R. Middleton, Wyatt Mier, Keith C. Mietus, Brett W. Mikal, Randy A. Miles, Arthur C. (C) Miles, Jeromy T. Miletich, Charles A. (C) Milke, Austin Mill, James L. Mill, Mark K. Millen, Timothy J. Miller, Alvin B. Miller, Charles H. III (mgr) Miller, Clair L. Miller, David C. Miller, Donnell T. Miller, James Miller, John D. Miller, Leon E. Miller, Mark D. Miller, Martin Millican, William J. Mills, Earl W. Milo, Gregg C. Milo, Michael G. Milo, Michael J. Minamyer, Bryce A. Mini, James H. Minisi, Anthony S. Minter, Marshaun D. Minvielle, Alphonse Misch, Robert C. Mitchell, Kwesi A. Mitchell, Ralph J. Mitchell, Troy M. Moak, Stanley T. (mgr) Moeller, Chester C. II (CC) Mohn, William T. Jr Mokan, Leonard M. Mollahan, Mike (trnr) Molloy, Matthew C. Monahan, John P. (C) Moncilovich, Milan Moncure, Samuel P. Monson, Scott A. Montgomery, Donald Montgomery, Warren G. Montgomery, William M. Monto, Olgert V. Monts, Jason A. Moody, Grant A. Moody, Roscoe C. Moore, Ben A. Jr Moore, Edward P. Moore, Michael T. Moore, Ricky Moore, Robert L. Jr Moore, Stephen D. Moore, William T. III Moosally, Fred P. Jr Moosally, Robert T. Morales, William Moret, Paul Morgan, Desmond E. Moring, William E. (mgr)

1911 1895 1964 1999 1906 1986 1910 1962 1980 1982 1904 2004 1965 2011 1999 1992 1974 1916 2010 1974 2010 1995 1999 1990 1979 1954 1929 1934 2014 1944 1937 1978 1986 1936 1928 1918 1980 1988 1972 1996 1935 1949 2005 1938 1987 2012 1915 1983 1947 1976 1957 1976 1993 2011 1955 1959 1932 1971 1974 1944 1942 1957 2006 2003 1894 1948 1921 1985 2009 1982 1964 1972 1966 1970 1982 1930 1999 1931

1910 1894 1961-63 1997-98 1903-04-05 1984-85 1906-07-08-09 1960-61 1977-78-79 1979-80-81 1902-03 2003 1964 2007-08-09-10 1997 1991 1971-72-73 1914-15 2006 1972-73 2008-09 1993-94 1996-97-98 1989 1977-78 1953 1927-28 1932-33 2011-12 1942 1935-36 1976-77 1984-85 1935 1925-26 1914-15 1976-77-78-79 1985 1970 1994-95 1934 1945 2001 1937 1984-85-86 2009-10-11 1913-14 1979-81-82 1945 1973-74-75 1955 1973-74-75 1993 2008-09-10 1952-53-54 1957-58 1931 1969 1971-72-73 1942 1939 1955-56 2005 2001-02 1893 1947 1919-20 1984 2008 1981 1962-63 1969-70-71 1964-65 1967-68 1981 1927-28-29 1996 1930

Morrell, Richard W. II Morrell, Rivers J. Jr (C) Morris, Joseph D. (mgr.) Morrison, Kenneth R., II Morrison, Robert K. (mgr) Mosher, Chris S. Moss, Samuel P. II Motl, Gerald P. Moultrie, Kwame N. Muczynski, Lawrence M. Mueck, Andrew B. Murphy, Gregory B. Murray, Alexander J. Murray, Hugh Q. (C) Murray, Roger G. Murray, Terrence P. Murray, Vince M. Murtha, Robert C. Musser, Michael A. (CC) Mustin, Henry C. Myers, Damon L. Myers, Gary D. Jr. Mygas, Nicholas F. (CC)

1972 1937 2006 2006 1989 1988 2005 1968 1993 1976 1988 1970 2000 1934 1922 1968 2011 1981 1988 1896 1999 2012 1979

1969 1934-35-36 2003-04-05 2005 1987 1986-87 2002-03-04 1967 1989-90 1975 1986-87 1967 1999 1931-32-33 1918-19 1965-66-67 2009-10 1979-80 1985-86-87 1895 1998 2009-10-11 1976-77-78

ONO

Name Nagy, George S. (mgr) Nardi, Glen E. Nealon, Thomas F. Nechak, Matt Nelson, Matthew B. Nelson, Marco Nelson, Scott K. Nelson, Wayne S. Nelson, Y. Omar Nettles, Bwerani N. Neumann, Jon F. Neville, Thomas J. Newkirk, Gregory D. Newman, Phillip L. Newsome, Kevin J. Newton, William H. III Nichols, Casey Nicholls, William .M. Nichols, Clark A. III Nichols, Newton L. (C) Niles, Elmer K. Nixon, Hugh E. Nobers, John J. Norris, Edwin A. Northcroft, Percy W. (C) Norton, Phillip G. Nowak, Gary S. Noyes, Victor P. Nurthern, John M. II Nye, Matthew J.

Class Yr. Lettered 1981 1980 1973 1970-71-72 1948 1946 2010 2007-08-09 2000 1997 2006 2003-04-05 1984 1983 1945 1943 1997 1994-95-96 2002 1998 1991 1987 1995 1993-94 1993 1992 1976 1975 2007 2003 1969 1966-68 2009 2008 1914 1911-13 1989 1987 1902 1898-99-00-01 1910 1909 1980 1976-77-78-79 1988 1987 1925 1922 1909 1905-06-07-08 1966 1964-65 1973 1971-72 1924 1920-21 2013 2011-12 2003 2001-02

Oliver, Robert E. Olson, David E. Olson, Kenneth Olson, Richard L. (C) Opp, Richard D. Jr Optekar, Peter S. Orlosky, Robert A. Orr, Edward A. Jr Orr, John J. Osborn, Wendell G. Osterhaus, Hugo W. Oswald, Peter G. Ounsworth, James A. Overesch, Harvey E. (C) Owen, James L. Owens, Isaiah H. Owens, Lamar S. (CC) Owens, Robert A. Owmby, Joseph

1985 1991 1982 1954 1942 1963 1964 1965 1919 1927 1900 1984 1964 1915 1956 1976 2006 1952 2003

1982 1990 1981 1951-52-53 1939-40-41 1961-62 1961-62-63 1963-64 1915-16-18 1924-25-26 1899 1981-82-83 1963 1912-13-14 1954-55 1973-74-75 2003-04-05 1949-50-51 2001-02

OPO

Name Pace, Jason R. Padberg, Richard G. Pagel, Rick A. Pagnanelli, Marco A. Paige, Henry R. Palelei, Evan F. Palmer, Leigh C. Palmer, Steven L. (CC) Pangrazio, Ronald B. (CC) Papajohn, Gregory C. Papak, Robert D. Papetti, Joseph M. Papp, David G. Pariseau, Richard R. Parish, Elliott W. Jr Parker, Paul T. Parr, William S. Parsons, Tom D. Paskewich, Franklyn K. Paulk, Thomas M. (CC) Pauls, Artie Paulson, Ryan S. Peace, Travis A. Pearson, Henry A. Pease, Andrew J.

Class Yr. Lettered 1991 1989-90 1954 1953 1984 1982-83 1984 1981-82 1927 1926 2014 2012 1896 1895 1993 1991-92 1989 1987-88 1982 1978-79-80-81 1976 1973-74-75 1985 1982-83-84 1995 1992 1960 1958-59 1929 1927 1989 1987 1923 1920-21-22 1949 1948 1965 1962-63-64 1980 1976-77-78-79 2009 2008 2013 2010-11-12 2003 2001-02 1893 1889-90-91-92 1973 1970-71-72

OOO

Name Oak, Edson C. O’Boyle, John F. O’Brien, Thomas P. Jr O’Connell, Timothy D. O’Donnell, James D. O’Donnell, Matthew M. O’Regan, William V. O’Shaughnessy, Michael J. Oberlander, Matthew J. Oberle, John H. Obermeyer, Duston M. Ogden, F. Byron (CC) Ogden, Michael E. Ogden, Stephen E. Ohanian, Arthur J. Oldham, Edwin W. (C) Oliver, Christian T.

Class Yr. Lettered 1904 1901-02-03 2013 2011-12 1971 1968-69-70 1972 1969 1991 1990 2000 1997-98-99 1923 1922 1973 1970-71-72 2008 2006-07 1984 1980-81-82-83 2001 2000 1992 1989-90-91 1998 1995-96-97 1973 1970-71-72 1979 1976-77-78 1958 1955-56-57 2000 1997-98-99

Phil Monahan (‘55) was a three-year letterwinner and captain of the 1954 team.

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Peemoeller, Jangsoo Pellett, William H. Peltier, Albert R. Penrose, Luke W. Perkins, Jack C. Perry, Lyman S. Person, Andrew M. Person, Christopher J. Person, Daniel W. Person, Joseph P. Pertel, Joseph A. Pescaia, Damon K Jr Peters, Daniel J. Peters, Steven B. Peterson, Chad Peterson, Cody Peterson, Derek T. Peterson, Jake M. (video) Peterson, J. Todd Peterson, Kenneth D. Peterson, Mell A. Pettit, James W. Jr Philbin, Patrick J. Phillips, Dennis R. Phillips, Michael R. Piccioni, Anthony J. Pickrell, Robert M. Pidgeon, Danny T. Pierce, Robert A. Pierce, Walter C. Jr Piersol, William B. Pierson, Edward F. Pihl, Eric R. Pike, Daniel L. (CC) Pilli, John F. Jr Pimpo, David R. Pimpo, Mark R. (CC) Pitzen, Wayne (mgr.) Plantz, Robert N. Plaskonos, Neal P. Player, Heber Pliske, David A. Poirier, Phillip L. Jr Polamalu, Maika F. Polanco, Aaron K. (CC) Polanco, James R. Polatty, Donald P. (mgr) Pollio, Jennifer L. (mgr.) Polly, Richard K. Ponseigo, Andrew C. (CC) Poole, Francis X. Porterfield, Richard B. (C) Pospisil, Ross Poston, Mark T. Potter, Miles B. Poulter, Thomas R. Powell, Joseph W. (C) Powell, Lucien C. (C) Powers, Robert B. Powers, William L. Jr Prahalis, Constantinus P. Prather, Daniel W. Pratt, Richard R. Pray, Ralph M. Preston, Torri R. Price, Dujuan A. Prichard, John L. Pridham, Joshua Prinz, Scott M. Pritchard, Thomas J. Pritchett, Matthew E. Proctor, Kriss W. Protin, James A. (trnr) Puglia, Charles J. Purifoy, Rodney R. Putkonen, Edwin A. Pyfrom, Richard H.

192

2001 1942 1989 2006 1954 1920 1996 1998 2003 2007 1953 2013 2004 1984 2009 2014 1999 2011 1992 1957 1930 1947 1965 2005 1974 2007 1946 1994 1928 1963 1908 1985 1990 1970 1973 1986 1989 2008 1987 1997 1938 1993 1976 2015 2005 2006 1941 2004 1972 1984 1968 1972 2010 1978 1969 1997 1897 1939 1980 1951 1957 1992 1936 1933 2012 2007 1961 2005 1990 1995 2007 2012 1988 1994 1992 1957 2007

2000 1940 1988 2005 1952-53 1916-18 1992-93-94-95 1997 2001-02 2005-06 1950-51-52 2012 2003 1981-82-83 2008 2012 1997 2010 1989 1956 1928 1943-44-45 1963-64 2003-04 1973 2004-05-06 1944 1990-91-92-93 1925-26 1961-62 1904-05-06-07 1982 1989 1967-68-69 1971-72 1983-84-85 1986-87-88 2006-07 1984-85-86 1995-96 1936-37 1992 1974-75 2012 2002-03-04 2005 1940 2003 1970-71 1980-81-82-83 1966 1969-70-71 2007-08-09 1974-75-76 1967 1994-95-96 1894-95-96 1936-37-38 1977-78-79 1948-49-50 1956 1991 1934-35 1931-32 2011 2003-04-05-06 1960 2004 1987-88-89 1991-92 2005-06 2009-10-11 1987 1992-93 1989-90-91 1955-56 2006

OQO

Name Quessenberry, Paul W. Quinlan, Scott M. Quinn, Cauldon D.

Class Yr. 2015 1986 1997

ORO

Name Raby, James J. Ralston, Byron B. Rampani, Brandon M. Rankin, Bolton S. Ransford, Howard F. Rasmussen, Evan R. Raster, John M. Rautenbach, David R. Ray, Martin H. Jr Ray, Michael J. Read, Ryan S. Read, Semmes Reader, John V. Reagan, Jordan Reagan, Robert (video) Reagans, Elliott Jr Reaghard, Christopher A. Reardon, Matthew G. Red, Richard P. Reddick, Hunter Redman, Joseph R. Redvict, Pfunandre C. Reed, Gary E. Reedy, James R. (C) Rees, Albert S. Reese, Eugene Reese, Evan P. Reeves, John R. Reeves, Joseph M. Regas, Lloyd C. Rehrig, Thomas L. (mgr) Reid, Edward P. Reider, Scott Reifel, William M. Reifsnider, Lawrence F. Reifsnyder, Robert H. Reimann, Charles J. Reinicke, Frederick G. Reitzel, Fred P. Renick, Warren T. Renneman, Robert A. Reppar, Gregory A. Reyes, Ronel C. Reynolds, Keenan M. Rhoads, Gary G. Rhodes, Douglas T. Richardson, Deâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Von Richardson, L.C. Richardson, W.A. Ricketts, Claude V. Ridderhof, David M. Riester, John E. Rigby, Aaron J. Riggins, Michael P. Ring, Daniel H. Ringenberg, George W. Roban, Michael J. Roberts, Bayard IV Roberts, Eric. B. Roberts, Wade H. Jr Roberts, Wolcott Robertshaw, Louis B. (C) Robertson, David C. Robertson, Hulan P. Robillard, Daniel R. (video) Robinson, Charles Robinson, Dell Robison, Samuel S.

Class Yr. 1895 1914 2002 1936 1928 1974 1955 2000 1934 1987 2001 1902 1974 2008 2007 1982 1995 1991 1969 2007 1914 1978 1975 1933 1906 2003 1960 1973 1894 2006 1978 1978 2009 1917 1910 1959 1938 1910 1981 1994 1951 1990 1999 2016 1973 1985 2013 1897 1910 1929 1950 1954 1998 1994 2015 1943 1978 2010 2005 1968 1920 1936 1971 1967 2012 1974 2008 1888

Lettered 2012 1985 1995

Lettered 1894 1911-12-13 1999 1933 1925-26-27 1971 1951-52 1998-99 1933 1984-85-86 1998 1899-00-01 1973 2007 2006 1979-80-81 1993-94 1990 1966-67 2004 1911-12-13 1976-77 1973-74 1930-31-32 1903-04-05 1999-00-02 1958 1970-71 1892-93 2005 1977 1977 2007-08 1916 1907-08-09 1956-57 1936-37 1907-08-09 1978-79-80 1992-93 1948-49 1987-89 1998 2012 1970-71-72 1983-84 2010 1896 1906-08-09 1928 1949 1952-53 1996-97 1990-92-93 2012 1940 1974 2009 2002-03-04 1966 1916-17-18 1933-34-35 1969 1966 2011 1971-72-73 2007 1887

Dennis Ray Phillips earned varsity letters in 2004 and 2005. Rodes, Pete P. (C) Rodgers, George L. Rodgers, John Rodriguez, Richard (mgr.) Roeling, Ryan C. Rogers, Timothy A. Roitsch, Brandon A. Roland, Isaac Jr. Rolfs, Eric K. Roman, Paul D. Roodhouse, Alan M. Root, Edmund S. Ropiak, Michael J. Rose, Duke J. Rosmilso, Paul A. (mgr) Ross, Joel M. Jr Ross, Jon L. Rossi, James M. Rouser, Kenneth C. Rouser, Michael P. Rowney, James V. Rowse, Earl J. Royall, Hilary H. Royer, James E. Jr Ruland, Thomas C. Rushing, J. Mitchell Russell, Roy K. Ruth, John Rutherford, Eric R. (CC) Ryan, James J. Ryan, Joseph N. Ryan, Kevin P. Ryan, Philip J. (C) Ryder, Wave K. Ryno, Dan Ryno, David J. Ryno, Thomas A.

1913 1971 1903 2013 2007 1995 2005 2001 2004 1949 1966 1905 1987 1948 1985 1980 1983 2007 1987 1982 1941 1941 1899 1957 1968 1983 1948 1958 1985 1966 2013 1978 1950 2014 2002 2000 1997

OSO

Name Sai, John J. Salley, Travis H. Salsig, Edgar B. Sammon, Stephen M. Sampson, Richard D. Samuels, Nelson T.

1910-11-12 1968 1900-02 2011-12 2006 1991-92 2002-03-04 2000 2002-03 1947-48 1964-65 1903-04 1985-86 1946 1984 1976-77 1978-79-80-82 2004-05-06 1984 1980-81 1940 1940 1898 1954-55 1965-66-67 1979 1946-47 1956-57 1982-83-84 1964 2012 1976-77 1946-47-48-49 2011-12 2001 1997-98-99 1996

Class Yr. 1964 1998 1944 1973 1938 1933

Lettered 1961-62-63 1994 1942 1971 1935 1931


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Sanborn, Alden R. 1922 Sanders, Elijah W. 2004 Sanders, Heath B. 2003 Sanders, Marcus D. 2004 Santiago, Aaron J. 2012 Sapp, Jeffery K. (CC) 1977 Sargenti, Daniel J. 2014 Sarra, Bernard R. 2016 Sauerbrey, Erich W. 1986 Saunders, Troy 1988 Saunders, William H. 1921 Sawyer, Gregory R. 1977 Scaffe, Thomas C. 1920 Scanlan, Matthew O. 1997 Scannell, James A. 1984 Scarle, Will 2009 Schacht, Kenneth G. 1935 Schaefer, Craig 2010 Schaefer, Robert A. 1963 Schafer, Kurt D. 1979 Schantz, Curtiss W. Jr 1968 Schecter, Gordon E. 1935 Schemm, Cory D. 1997 Schenk, Frank M. 1991 Schickner, Mark C. 1972 Schifferli, Walter F. Jr 1952 Schildmeyer, Gregory P. 1986 Schilling, Kevin R. (mgr) 1997 Schiweck, Kenneth W. 1949 1903 Schlabach, Ross P. Schlossbach, Isaac 1915 Schmidt, John S. 1937 1944 Schnurr, Fred A. Schoderbek, Stephen E. 1953 1996 Schrum, Brian T. Schuber, James B. Jr 1928 Schulz, Brian L. 2002 2000 Schulze, Lori J. (video) Schupp, Mike 2011 1945 Schwartz, Walter W. Jr Schwelm, Karl T. 1971 Schwind, Thomas K. 2005 1948 Schwoeffermann, Robert Sciba, William L. Jr 1969 1953 Scolpino, Frank J. Jr Scornavacchi, Matthew R. 1996 Scott, Clyde L. 1949 1976 Scott, Jeffrey J. Scott, Kerwin C. Jr. 2007 1948 Scott, Richard U. (C) Scott, Ross A. 1998 Scott, Stephen D. 1977 1994 Screen, James P. Scrivener, Orlin R. 1966 Sealey, Reginald M. 2005 Sears, Gregg G. 1985 Seaward, Randall A. 1975 Seeley, George H. 1950 1993 Seoane, Steven M. Servello, Jeffrey T. (mgr.) 2002 Severson, Eric D. 2002 Shafer, Richard W. 1940 Shaffer, John N. 1935 1908 Shafroth, John F. Shalov, Holden S. 2012 Shannon, Jarred P. 2012 Shannon, Rickard W. 1950 Shapley, Alan 1927 2009 Sharp, Curtis W. Sharperson, Carl H. Jr 1976 Shaw, David W. 1994 Shaw, James C. (mgr) 1936 Shea, William H. 1900 1945 Shepard, William B. Jr Sheppard, James M. 1970 Sher, Thomas S. 1970 Sherlock, Michael J. 1981 Sherwood, Garrott B. (coach) 2013

1921 2001-02-03 2000-01-02 2001-02-03 2010-11 1974-75-76 2012 2012 1985 1985-86-87 1917-18 1974-75-76 1916-17-18 1994-95-96 1982-83 2008 1933-34 2007-08-09 1961-62 1977 1965-66 1934 1995-96 1989-90 1970-71 1949 1983-84-85 1996 1946-47-48 1901-02 1914 1935-36 1941-42 1952 1992-93-94-95 1926-27 2000-01 1999 2008-09-10 1942-43 1968-69-70 2001-02-04 1946-47 1966-67 1949 1993-94-95 1944-45 1974-75 2006 1945-46-47 1994-95-96 1976 1992-93 1965 2004 1981-82-83-84 1973-74 1949 1992 2000 2000-01 1939 1934 1905 2011 2010-11 1948 1923-24-25-26 2006-07-08 1973 1991-92-93 1934-35 1896-97-98 1943 1967-68 1967-68-69 1979-80 2012

Shewell, Charles T. Shibata, Matthew I. Shimshak, Richard E. Shinego, Gregory Shirreffs, John J. Jr Shoemake, Jeffrey D. Shofner, Howard B. Shrawder, Steven D. Shriver, Norman W. Shubzda, Matthew S. Shubzda, Timothy J. Shuey, Eric D. Sieber, Charles E. Siegfried, Clyde W. Simmons, Justin T. Simmons, Tyler M. Simpson, Daniel L. Simpson, George W. Simpson, James M. Simpson, Raese V. Sims, Deric J. Sims, Lewis B. Sims, Stephen C., II Sims, William E. Singleton, Patrick F. Singleton, Jontavius F. Singleton, Zerbin M. Sinitiere, Donald A. Sinnett, Dennis J. Sivinski, Robert E. Sjuggerud, David M. Skaggs, John W. Skehan, Andy Skule, Joshua G. Slack, Leslie M. Slingluff, Frank Jr Sliwka, Joseph P. Sloan, David K. Sloan, Nicholas A. Sloane, Theodore P. Smart, Kevin M. Smith, Bertrand D. Smith, Brian E. Smith, Carlton B. Smith, Charles E. Smith, Charles M. (CC) Smith, Cleavon L.

1925 2013 1948 2009 1959 1983 1946 1966 1958 1998 2000 2006 1953 1944 2003 2011 1973 1907 1972 1961 1991 1994 2003 1942 2000 2005 2008 2004 1982 1949 1964 2004 1983 1991 1934 1909 1942 1938 2016 1930 1993 1953 2010 1947 1903 1988 1994

1923 2012 1945-46-47 2006-08 1957 1980-81 1944 1964-65 1957 1997 1996-98-99 2004-05 1951-52 1942 2000 2008-09-10 1970 1906 1969 1960 1988-89 1992-93 2000-01-02 1939-40 1998-99 2004 2005-06-07 2001-02 1981 1948 1961-62-63 2001-02-03 1980-81-82 1988-89-90 1932 1906-07-08 1939-40-41 1935 2012 1927 1992 1951-52 2009 1944-45 1900-01-02 1984-85-86-87 1992-93

Tim Shubzda (â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;00) earned varsity letters in 1996, 1998 and 1999.

Smith, Cole R. Smith, Donald K. (mgr) Smith, Edgar N. Smith, Eugene R. Smith, Francis S. Smith, Finney B. Smith, Garrett J. (CC) Smith, George L. Smith, Harry E. Smith, Herschel A. Smith, Jon C. Smith, Jeffrey J. Jr Smith, Joseph E. Smith, Joshua D. (CC) Smith, Karl F. Smith, Kirby Smith, Lawrence Smith, Michael K. Smith, Norman P. Smith, Rashad A. Smith, Robert N. Smith, Russell H. Smith, Sean J. Smith, Stanley S. Smith, Theoren P. Smith, Timothy T. Smith, W. Vincent Smith, William E. Jr (C) Smith, Willie J. Smyth, William J. Snelson, Benjamin M. (CC) Sniffen, John M. Snider, Chesley D. Snider, Jason D. (CC) Snow, Patrick R. Snyder, Daniel B. Snyder, Kevin Snyder, Ned C. Snyder, Raymond G. Soares, Paul A. Soballe, Verner J. Sofinowski, Rachel J. (mgr) Sokol, Blair J. Solak, Thomas J. Solliday, Anthony G. Solomon, W. Todd Soper, Bradley M. Sorensen, Frank G. Jr Sorrentino, Michael L. Soucek, Archie H. Soucek, Zeus Soule, Charles C. Jr (C) Sovie, Clint W. Spaman, James G. Sparaco, John R. Spector, Herman Speed, Joseph A. Speers, Thomas E. Jr Spencer, Harry (SC) Spencer, Herbert (C) Spencer, Irvin J. Spencer, Joseph C. Sperling, Daniel P. (mgr) Sperry, David S. Spooner, Harold E. Spring, Arthur F. Sprinkle, Edward A. Stackhouse, Charles D. Stackhouse, Clay A. Stahl, Edward H. Stahl, Tyson S. Stann, Brian M. Stare, Lonny M. Starks, Marcus D. Staten, Darius D. Staubach, Roger T. Staubitz, Alfred J. Steele, William O.

2007 1928 1948 1919 1929 1915 1996 1898 1891 1922 1982 1997 1988 2005 1908 1906 1932 1987 1984 1998 1948 1982 1997 1990 1976 1983 1993 1957 1997 1974 2013 1987 1993 1999 2011 1987 2009 1953 1964 1983 1938 2000 1994 1960 1995 1986 1995 1947 1952 1937 1923 1904 2009 1995 1973 1939 1996 1968 2002 1907 2008 1992 1953 2013 1961 1930 1947 1961 1990 2001 2005 2003 1992 1996 2014 1965 1945 1952

2006 1927 1945-46-47 1915 1927 1914 1994-95 1895-96-97 1890 1921 1981 1995-96 1986-87 2002-03-04 1904-05 1905 1931 1984-85-86 1982 1995-96-97 1946-47 1981 1995 1987-88-89 1975 1982 1991 1954-56 1994-95-96 1971-72-73 2009-10-11-12 1984-85-86 1991-92 1996-97-98 2010 1986 2007 1951-52 1961-62 1980-81-82 1935 1999 1991-92-93 1958-59 1993 1982-84-85 1991-92-93-94 1945 1951 1935-36 1922 1900-01-02-03 2005-06-08-09 1993 1970-71-72 1937-38 1992-93-94-95 1966-67 2001 1904-05-06 2005-06-07 1991 1952 2010-11 1960 1928-29 1943 1959 1986-87 1998-99-00 2003-04 2002 1989 1992-93-95 2011-12 1962-63-64 1943 1949-50-51

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Steelman, William J. 1971 Steen, Kenneth 1941 Stefanon, Gregory E. 1987 Steffanides, Edward F. Jr 1931 Stein, Eric J. 2012 Stephan, Bradley A. 1974 Stephens, Mark D. 1979 Stephens, Jordan T. 2010 Stephenson, Andrew J. (mgr.) 2011 Sterlitz, Stephen J. 1992 Stevens, Mark (CC) 1985 Stewart, James H. 1963 Stewart, William C (mgr.) 2005 Stolz, Francis R. 1925 Stone, Thomas A. 2014 Storz, Erwin F. 1963 Stowers, David B. 1994 Strahley, Charles G. 1948 Stramanak, Brad S. 1994 Strassburger, Ralph B. 1905 Stremic, Anthony W. 1958 Strobach, Walter F. 1961 Strother, Edmund W. 1908 Stuart, David H. 1909 Studer, Gordon P. 1945 Studt, William J. 1967 Stufflebeem, John D. 1975 Stukel, Michael A. 2012 Sturdivant, Collin T. 2013 1978 Sturges, John B. III Stuvek, Fred L. 1974 Sudderth, Gregory A. 2009 1946 Sullivan, Joseph J. Sullivan, Kevin J. (CC) 1977 1998 Summa, Gregory J. Sumrall, David S. 2012 Sunderland, Robert L. 1988 1949 Sundheim, George M. Sundry, Arthur P. 1951 2009 Suszan, Christian I. (mgr.) Sutton, Robert 1964 Svendsen, Edward C. 1941 2016 Swain, Christopher M. Swan, Bryan F. 1930

1969 1939-40 1985-86 1930 2011 1970-71 1977-78 2009 2009-10 1991 1982-83-84 1961-62 2001-02-04 1922-24 2012 1961-62 1992-93 1947 1990-91-93 1901-02-03-04 1955-56-57 1960 1907 1908 1942 1964 1972-73-74 2010-11 2011-12 1974-75-76-77 1971-72-73 2005-07 1942-43-44 1974-75-76 1995 2010-11 1986-87 1945 1949-50 2007 1961-62-63 1940 2012 1928-29

David Walker (â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;79) earned varsity letters in 1977 and 1978.

194

Swanson, Alasdair E. Swantner, Scott M. Swecker, Claude E. Jr Sweeney, Michael Sweeney, Michael P. Symington, Powers Szabo, Steven F.

1958 2001 1949 1990 2011 1892 1965

OTO

Name Tagliente, Joseph P. Takasaki, Justin K. Talbert, Sean M. Tamulevich, Carl J. Tardy, Walter B. Tarquinio, Thomas M. Tata, Robert M. Tate, David J. Tate, Joshua L. Tate, Matthew A. Tate, Russell J. Tatom, William C. Tattersall, Andrew F. Taussig, Joseph K. Taylor, Edmund B. (C) Taylor, James M. Taylor, Joe Taylor, Joey Taylor, John G. Taylor, Michael W. Taylor, N. Robert Taylor, W. Allen Taylor, Wendell S. Tazza, Steven A. Teague, Jon F. Teall, Robert R. Teff, Derek M. Teich, Alexander G. (CC) Tenbrook, James J. Tenuta, Eugene J. Tepper, Brad E. Terrell, Marlon D. Terry, Darius Testa, Ronald F. Tetreault, Paul J. Teufel, Robert S. Textor, George P. Thiel, T.J, Thomas, Andrew J. Thomas, George J. Jr Thomas, Lenter V. Thomas, Marcus T. Thomas, Newell E. Thomas, William E. Thompson, Alan L. (SC) Thompson, Andrew J. (CC) Thompson, Forest C. Thompson, Hunter C. Thompson, Reginald Thompson, Thomas W. Jr Thornton, Charles H. Thorpe, Mark S. Thrasher, Gregory Tidwell, Tyler S. Tiede, Herbert R. Timmons, John W. Todd, Shane R. Tolbert, Kevin C. Tomlinson, Donald H. (mgr) Tomlinson, Jason T. Torgerson, Theodore A. Toth, Joseph C. Townsend, Ian (mgr) Traa, James F. Tracy, Osgood V. (mgr) Tracy, Peter H. Tranchini, Joseph

1957 1999-00 1948 1987 2010 1891 1964

Class Yr. Lettered 1948 1947 2003 2000 2003 2002 1968 1965 1898 1895-96-97 1983 1980-81-82 1979 1976-77-78 1967 1966 2015 2012 1994 1991-92-93 1998 1996-97 1950 1946 2007 2005-06 1899 1897-98 1925 1923-24 1967 1965-66 2009 2008 2009 2008 1980 1978-79 1986 1984-85 1968 1965-66-67 1928 1925-27 1923 1921-22 1990 1988-89 2012 2008-09-10-11 1964 1962-63 1994 1993 2012 2009-10-11 1960 1958-59 2007 2006 2003 2001-02 2002 1999-00-01 2010 2007-08 1963 1960-61-62 1952 1949-50-51 1981 1980 1956 1953-54 2009 2008 1995 1994 1957 1953 2003 2001-02 2014 2010-11-12 1937 1935-36 1960 1958-59 2002 2001 1996 1992-93-94-95 1932 1930-31 2000 1999 1977 1976 1979 1977-78 1980 1977-78-79 1976 1973-74-75 2008 2005-07 2007 2004-05-06 1953 1951-52 1900 1898 2004 2001-02-03 1981 1978-79-80 1974 1973 2007 2003-04-05-06 1931 1930 1931 1929 2007 2006 1988 1986-87 1924 1923 1984 1981 1960 1957-58-59

Trass, Kenneth R. Trass, Reginald E. Treadwell, Lawrence P. Jr Trench, Martin E. Trimble, Bex A. Jr Triplett, Jefferson L. Troiani, Marc L. Troxell, Anthony W. (mgr) Truslow, Alfred R. Jr Tschirgi, Harvey C. Tuani, Jabaree W. (CC) Tucker, Benjamin W. Jr Tuimavave, Michael l. Tupuola, Malu J. Jr Turner, Brandon S. Turner, Kyle H., III Turner, Stansfield Tuttle, James V. Tuttle, Magruder H. (C)

1977 1980 1951 1893 1940 1992 1977 1991 1927 1932 2012 1970 2014 1976 2013 1999 1947 1987 1932

1974-75-76 1977-78-79 1949-50 1890-91-92 1938-39 1989-90-91 1974 1990 1924 1930-31 2008-09-10-11 1969 2011 1973-75 2010-11-12 1998 1944-45 1985-86 1930-31

OUO

Name Ulrich, Bill Underwood, Gordon W. Uzoma, Obinna C.

Class Yr. 1964 1932 2015

Lettered 1961 1930-31 2012

OVO

Name Valentine, James E. Van Loan, Lawrence R. Van Matre, Jason B. (CC) Van Nort, Peter S. Vanak, Jeffrey T. Vanderhorst, Thomas J. Jr. VanDine, Robert W. VanHorn, Kent R. VanHulzen, Chad O. VanSummern, Robert W. Vaughan, Robert L. Vela, Ramiro R. II Venezia, Christopher A. Venuto, Daniel M. Vereen, John S. Verhovsek, Eber L. Vernon, Walter N. Veteto, Gregory M. Vickers, Graham R. Viger, David N. III Vine, Victor J. Virtue, Patrick M. Visted, Frank A. Vitelli, Joseph M. Vitollo, David J., (Manager) Vitucci, Vito L. Vizzier, Joseph M. Vogel, Raymond W. Jr Voith, Charles P. Von Bargen, Michael Von Sydow, Vernon H. Von Heimburg, Ernest H. (C) Voss, Carl C. Voss, Kevin P.

Class Yr. Lettered 1959 1957 1974 1971-72-73 1994 1990-91-92-93 1959 1958 2005 2002-03-04 1999 1996-97 1973 1970-71 1987 1985-86 1987 1984-85-86 1950 1946 1914 1912-13 2010 2007-08-09 1989 1988 2002 2000-2001 2000 1997-98-99 1987 1986 1901 1898-00 2008 2006-07 2014 2011-12 1998 1995-96-97 1952 1949-50-51 1973 1970-71-72 1961 1959-60 1989 1988 2005 2004 1943 1940-41 1972 1969 1936 1934 1973 1970-71-72 2009 2008 1963 1960-61-62 1919 1915-16-17 1992 1989-91 1989 1986-87-88

OWO

Name Wade, Charles T. Wade, Christopher M. Wagner, Carl F. Wagner, Walter R. Wagoner, Michael W. Wahle, Michael J. Wakeham, Dean R. Wakeman, Ray H. Walker, Aprell H. Walker, David W.

Class Yr. 1900 2004 1983 1950 2002 1999 1995 1912 2005 1979

Lettered 1897-98-99 2003 1981-82 1948-49 2000-01 1997 1994 1911 2004 1977-78


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Walker, Donald S. Walker, Lyle D. Walkup, Benjamin F. Walla, David L. Wallace, Alfred B. Wallace, Eric K. Wallace, Vernon L. Wallington, J. Travis (CC) Walsh, David E., Jr. Walsh, Michael Walter, Joseph F. (video) Walter, Robert E. Walton, Albion W. Jr Wanggaard, Lars Jr Ward, Clarence O. (C) Ward, Henry H. Warfle, Dayton F. Jr Warren, Henry L. Warren, Jonathan R. Warrick, Matthew V. Washington, Mario F. Washington, Ojala S. Watters, Harold. Waugh, Ronald D. Waybright, John J. Weaver, David A. Weaver, Daniel H. Weaver, John C. Weaver, John C. II Webster, Charles Webster, Hugh L. Weedo, Aaron Weems, Phillip V.H. Weidenhammer, William H. Weiler, Christopher J. Weir, William D. Weisman, Gregory J. (mgr) Weissenfels, Robert D. (CC) Welch, Leo F. Welch, Richard M. Wellborn, Raymond B. Wellings, Joseph H. Wellington, Jonathan D. Wellons, Alfred G. Jr Wells, Chester Wells, Wesley C. Welsh, George T. Welsh, John T. Wendolowski, Daniel J. Werner, Sherwood H. Wesley, Lionel P. West, Donyale P. West, Radford C. (mgr) Westhofen, Charles L. Westphall, Frederick A. Wetzel, Jonathan L. Wetzel, Keegan Wev, Johnathan K. Whelan, John N. Whelchel, David L. Whelchel, John E. Wheldon, Richard G. White, John C. White, Raymond M White, Shun T. White, Theodore H. (mgr) Whitehead, Ulmont I. Jr Whiteside, Geoffrey L. Whiting, Ken Whitlock, Guy Whitmire, Donald B. Whitmire, Wilson R. Wickhorst, Frank H. (C) Wiedl, Michael W. Wiedorn, Paul H. Wilcox, John W. Jr Wilcox, Robert L. Wilcox, William M.

1924 1999 1934 1972 1939 1985 1988 1983 2003 2009 2004 1971 1946 1942 1917 1893 1975 1927 1948 2013 2011 2008 1921 1948 1934 1902 1972 1955 1987 1894 1955 2005 1912 1984 1985 1949 1989 1990 1906 1981 1959 1925 1996 1948 1893 1973 1956 1948 2006 1942 2005 2004 1937 1930 1919 2011 2013 2014 1918 1930 1920 1971 2011 1998 2009 1932 1940 2015 1905 1901 1947 1957 1927 2001 1922 1905 1944 1934

1922-23 1998 1932-33 1969 1937-38 1982-83-84 1986 1981-82 2001-02 2007-09 2003 1969 1943 1940-41 1914-15-16 1890 1973 1926 1946 2010-11-12 2008-09 2005-06-07 1920 1946 1931 1899-00-01 1969 1952-53-54 1986 1891 1952-53-54 2002 1910-11 1982-83 1981-82-83-84 1947-48 1988 1987-88-89 1905 1978-79-80 1957-58 1924 1992-93 1946 1892 1970 1953-54-55 1945-46 2005 1939-40-41 2002-03-04 2001 1936 1928-29 1915 2010 2011-12 2010-11 1916 1928 1916-17 1969 2010 1997 2006-07-08 1931 1937-38-39 2012 1901-02-03-04 1900 1943-44 1954-55-56 1924-25-26 1998-00 1921 1903 1941-42 1933

Wilkes, R.J. 1971 Wilkin, Bradley M. (mgr.) 2012 Wilkins, Michael A. 1999 Willard, Robert F. 1973 Williams, Arion K. 2002 Williams, Brian D. 2001 Williams, Craig B. 1983 Williams, George S. 1987 Williams, Hillary 1897 Williams, Jerrey L. 1994 Williams, Manoleto Z. 1996 Williams, Matthew P. 1999 Williams, Matthew T. 2006 Williams, Ralph P. (CC) 1949 Williams, Reginal L. 1995 Williams, Ryan L. 2015 Williams, Russell C. 1931 Williams, Richard C. Jr 1932 Williams, Ryan L. 2015 Williams, Scott E. (trainer) 2001 Williams, Thomas P. 1966 Williams, Travis R. 2000 Williams, Zachary G. 1996 Williamson, Delbert F. 1927 Williamson, Ricky L. 1985 Willis, Carl J. 1975 Willis, Russell L. Jr 1969 Willkie, Edward E. 1921 Wills, James W. Jr 1950 1953 Wilner, Jack D. Wilsie, Fay E. 1937 Wilson, Brian 2000 1998 Wilson, Gerald J. Wilson, Nick P. 2005 1968 Wilson, Paul E. Wilson, Robert J. 1979 Wilson, Samuel E. III 1969 1929 Wilson, Thomas R. Wilson, William B. 1951 1957 Wiltsie, Ronald J. Wimsatt, Bradley J. (CC) 2001 Wimsatt, Matthew M. 2008 2001 Winchester, Ronald D. Winkjer, Guy 1923 1971 Winslow, Wallace E. Winston, Paul R. (mgr.) 2014 Wirginis, Theodore C. 1981 1966 Wittenberg, Robert R. (C) Witter, Ward W. 1940 1958 Witzmann, John H. Woerner, Paul L. 1929 Wolf, Jason D. (CC) 1999 2002 Wolf, Joshua P. Wolfe, David C. 1940 Wong, Danny 1967 Wood, Emmett W. 1940 Wood, James A. 1956 Wood, Robert W. 1928 1983 Woodhouse, Mark T. Woodruff, Wilbur J. 1921 Woods, Glen S. 2010 Woods, Robert E. 1944 Woods, Thomas II (mgr) 1948 1906 Woodworth, Edwin B. Woolley, James R. 1975 Wooley, Lauren M. (mgr) 2004 Woolwine, Emmons H. Jr (mgr) 1951 Worden, William H. 1939 1989 Worthington, Raymond B. Wortman, Ward K. (C) 1900 Wright, Carroll Q. 1911 Wright, David A. 2007 Wright, David J. 2012 2011 Wright, Jason A. Wright, Percy T. 1909

1968 2010 1998 1970-71-72 1998-99 1999-00 1982 1986 1895-96 1993 1992-94 1998 2003-04-05 1945-46-47-48 1992 2012 1930 1930 2011 2000 1964 1997-98-99 1994 1926 1982-83 1974 1967-68 1920 1947 1950-52 1935-36 1996 1996-97 2003 1967 1977-78 1967 1927-28 1948-49-50 1956 1997-98-99-00 2006-07 1999-00 1922 1969-70 2012 1980 1963-64-65 1938-39 1957 1927 1997-98 2000 1938-39 1964-65-66 1937-38-39 1955 1927 1981-82 1919 2009 1941 1947 1905 1973-74 2003 1950 1938 1987-88 1897-98-99 1910 2006 2009-10-11 2010 1906-07-08

OYO

Name Yancey, William M. Yarborough, William S. Yeager, J. Michael Yeh, Phillip M. Yelder, Christopher E. Yenior, David (mgr.) Yokitis, Michael J. Yopp, Stacey W. Young, Jordan Young, Steven G. Yuvienco, Michawn A.

Class Yr. 1992 2011 1976 2001 1982 2012 2006 1994 2008 1984 2003

Lettered 1989-90-91 2008-09-10 1973-74-75 1999-00 1981 2010-11 2003-04-05 1991-92-93 2007 1982-83 2002

OZO

Name Zabriskie, David Jr Zakar, James P. Zaleski, Ronald A. Zastrow, Robert R. Zechella, Alexander P. Zellem, Scott A. Zelov, Randolph D. Zembrzuski, Richard S. Zenyuh, John V. Zetts, Andrew J. Zimmerman, Scott B. Zimmermann, David W. Zingler, Charles A. Zingler, Gregory R. Zoeller, Robert J. Zuber, Adolph Zuluaga, Javier (CC) Zuzek, Jacob A. J. Zwieg, Jake

Class Yr. Lettered 1936 1933-34-35 2003 2001-02 1985 1983-84 1952 1949-50-51 1943 1941 1991 1990 1948 1946 1959 1957-58 1961 1960 2003 2000-01-02 1997 1995-96 1992 1991 1980 1978-79 2010 2009 1943 1940-41 1925 1922-24 1994 1990-91-92-93 2015 2012 1995 1994

(C)-Captain; (CC)-Co-Captain The Naval Academy Sports Information Department thanks James Lavender and William Yancey, both members of the Class of 1992, for their research efforts in compiling this list.

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Bowl Recaps................................................................198-207 1924 Rose Bowl..............................................................198 1955 Sugar Bowl.............................................................198 1958 Cotton Bowl...........................................................199 1961 Orange Bowl.........................................................199 1964 Cotton Bowl...........................................................200 1978 Holiday Bowl.........................................................200 1980 Garden State Bowl...............................................201 1981 Liberty Bowl...........................................................201

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1996 Aloha Bowl.............................................................202 2003 EV1.net Houston Bowl.........................................202 2004 Emerald Bowl........................................................203 2005 Poinsettia Bowl......................................................203 2006 Meineke Care Care Bowl..................................204 2007 Poinsettia Bowl......................................................204 2008 EagleBank Bowl...................................................205 2009 Texas Bowl............................................................205 2010 Poinsettia Bowl......................................................206 2012 Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl......................................207 Bowl Records..............................................................208-209

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BOWL RECAPS 1924 Rose Bowl

1955 Sugar Bowl

Navy 14, Washington 14 January 1, 1924

Navy 21, Mississippi 0 January 1, 1955

PASADENA, Calif. – The Midshipmen had completed a 5-1-2 season when they were invited to meet Washington in the 1924 Rose Bowl. After a scoreless first period in which the Huskies held Navy on the one-yard line, the Mids scored early in the second quarter when Pete McKee surprised Washington with a 30-yard pass to Carl Cullen. The Huskies tied the game moments later on a 22-yard run. McKee and Cullen hooked up once again, this time on a seven-yard scoring strike to give Navy a 14-7 lead. Washington closed out the scoring following a fumble recovery on the Midshipmen 10-yard line.

NEW ORLEANS, La. – Quarterback George Welsh led the “Team Named Desire” to a 21-0 triumph over Southeastern Conference champion Mississippi. “He (Welsh) was a genius at calling plays today,” said Navy coach Eddie Erdelatz. Fullback Joe Gattuso Sr. was given the Warren Miller Trophy as the game’s most valuable player after rushing for 111 yards on 16 carries and scoring two touchdowns. Halfback Jack Weaver had 106 yards rushing and scored the Mids’ other touchdown on a pass from Welsh. Welsh, in addition to running the option perfectly, completed 8-of-14 passes for 76 yards.

Scoring Summary Navy Washington

Scoring Summary Navy Mississippi

1 2 3 4 Final 0 14 0 0 14 0 7 0 7 14

Navy - Cullen 30-yard pass from McKee (McKee kick) UW - Wilson 14-yard run (Sherman kick) Navy - Cullen 7-yard pass from McKee (McKee kick) UW - Bryan 12-yard pass from Abel (Sherman kick) Navy Team Statistics Washington 15 First Downs 9 362 Total Offense 202 187 Yards Rushing 137 175 Yards Passing 65 16-20 Passing 3-8 2 Passes Had Int. 2 5-33.8 Punts-Avg. 9-33 0-0 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 2-10 Penalties 4-20 Individual Leaders Unavailable.

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1 2 3 4 Final 7 0 14 0 21 0 0 0 0 0

Navy - Gattuso 3-yard run (Weaver kick) Navy - Weaver 16-yard pass from Welsh (Weaver kick) Navy - Gattuso 1-yard run (Weaver kick) Navy Team Statistics Mississippi 20 First Downs 5 442 Total Offense 121 55-295 Rushes-Yardage 33-78 147 Yards Passing 43 12-28-4 Passing 5-18-0 4 Passes Had Int. 0 4-33.7 Punts-Avg. 9-36.1 1-0 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 1-15 Penalties 6-15 Individual Leaders Rushing: Navy – Gattuso 16-111, Weaver 16-106, Garrow 6-18, Guest 3-16, Monto 2-14, Malynn 1-9, Hepworth 2-6, Monahan 1-6, Echard 3-5, Gober 3-3, Welsh 2-1. Mississippi – Cothren 7-24, J. Patton 5-21, Murihead 7-17, Day 2-8, McCool 4-8, Blair 2-6, Kinard 2-2, H. Patton 2-1, Blajack 2-(-9). Passing: Navy – Welsh 8-14-0, 76 yards, 1 TD; Echard 3-10-2, 40 yards; Korzep 1-3-2, 31 yards; Weaver 0-1-0, 0 yards. Mississippi – H. Patton 3-6-0, 27 yards; Day 2-9-0, 16 yards, Blajack 0-3-0, 0 yards. Receiving: Navy – Weaver 3-39, Malynn 1-31, Beagle 3-19, Smith 2-18, Gober 1-18, Hepworth 1-18, Barker 1-4. Mississippi – J. Patton 1-19, Muirhead 2-16, Fisher 1-11, Kinard 1-7.


BOWL RECAPS 1958 Cotton Bowl

1961 Orange Bowl

DALLAS, Texas – ”Gentlemen, this was the best ball club I have ever had the privilege of coaching,” intoned coach Eddie Erdelatz in the Navy locker room following the Mids’ 20-7 Cotton Bowl win over Rice. The expected duel between the two quarterbacks, Navy’s Tom Forrestal and Rice’s King Hill, never materialized. Tony Stremic and Bob Reifsnyder paced the Navy defense early on. The Mids scored in each of the first two periods (Joe Tranchini on a one-yard keeper and Harry Hurst on a 13-yard run). Halfback and team captain Ned Oldham scored on a 19-yard run and had a pair of conversions.

MIAMI, Fla. – Missouri held 1960 Heisman Trophy winner Joe Bellino to four yards on eight carries and defeated the Midshipmen, 21-14. The Midshipmen scored early when end Greg Mather intercepted a lateral and sprinted 98 yards for a score. But Missouri countered with an interception return for a touchdown. Bellino scored Navy’s second touchdown of the day when he made a spectacular grab of a pass from Hal Spooner and did a somersault out of the end zone. Spooner completed 13-of-21 passes for 176 yards but was intercepted four times.

Navy 20, Rice 7 January 1, 1958

Scoring Summary Navy Rice

1 2 3 4 Final 6 7 7 0 20 0 0 7 0 7

Missouri 21, Navy 14 January 2, 1961

Scoring Summary Navy Missouri

1 2 3 4 Final 6 0 0 8 14 7 7 0 7 21

Navy - Tranchini 1-yard run (kick failed) Navy - Hurst 13-yard run (Oldham kick) Navy - Oldham 19-yard run (Oldham kick) Rice - Williams 8-yard pass from Ryan (Hill kick)

Navy - Mather 98-yard fumble return (kick failed) MO - Beal 90-yard interception return (Tobin kick) MO - D. Smith 4-yard run (Tobin kick) MO - Taylor 1-yard run (Tobin kick) Navy - Bellino 28-yard pass from Spooner (Luper pass from Spooner)

Navy Team Statistics Rice 21 First Downs 14 375 Total Offense 301 50-222 Rushes-Yardage 39-137 153 Yards Passing 164 13-27-1 Passing 14-27-1 1 Passes Had Int. 1 3-36.6 Punts-Avg. 5-42.0 5-3 Fumbles-Lost 5-5 9-65 Penalties 7-53

Navy Team Statistics Missouri 9 First Downs 19 168 Total Offense 302 24-(-8) Rushes-Yardage 66-296 176 Yards Passing 5 13-23-4 Passing 1-6-0 4 Passes Had Int. 0 7-35.4 Punts-Avg. 4-30.5 2-0 Fumbles-Lost 5-3 1-4 Penalties 1-15

Individual Leaders Rushing: Navy – Oldham 8-50, Hurst 10-50, Wellborn 14-38, Brandquist 5-36, Forrestal 7-34, Swanson 2-9, Tranchini 2-5, Brence 2-0. Rice – Ryan 17-69, Speer 4-16, Hill 5-14, Dueitt 4-13, Kelley 4-12, B. Williams 1-8, Chilton 2-7, K. Williams 2-(-2). Passing: Navy – Forrestal 13-24-1, 153 yards; Tranchini 0-3-0. Rice – Ryan 13-221, 151 yards, 1 TD; Hill 1-5-0, 13 yards. Receiving: Navy – Ruth 5-62, Wellborn 2-20, Jokanovich 4-47, Oldham 2-24. Rice – Dial 7-80, Jones 3-30, Miller 1-16, Hill 1-15, K. Williams 2-13.

Individual Leaders Rushing: Navy – Prichard 1-9, Meyer 2-6, Bellino 8-4, McKeown 3-1, Matalavage 1-(-1), Spooner 9-(-27). Missouri – West 21-108, Smith 16-93, Mehrer 5-41, Stevenson 7-37, Russell 5-12, Brossart 2-9, Beal 2-3, Taylor 7-3, La Rose 1-(-10). Passing: Navy – Spooner 13-21-4, 176 yards, 1 TD; Dietz 0-2-0, 0 yards. Missouri – Taylor 1-6-0, 5 yards. Receiving: Navy – Prichard 4-69, Bellino 3-37, Matalavage 2-33, Luper 1-17, Mather 1-15, Zenyuh 1-6, McKeown 1-(-1). Missouri – West 1-5.

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BOWL RECAPS 1964 Cotton Bowl Texas 28, Navy 6 January 1, 1964

DALLAS, Texas – Top-ranked Texas used three touchdowns in the first half to knock off Navy, 28-6, in the Cotton Bowl. The second-ranked Midshipmen had a stellar performance from Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Roger Staubach, who set Cotton Bowl records for pass completions (21), pass attempts (31) and yards passing (228). Flanker Ed “Skip” Orr set a bowl record with his nine receptions. Scoring Summary Texas Navy

1 2 3 4 Final 7 14 7 0 28 0 0 0 6 6

Texas - Harris 58-yard pass from Carlisle (Crosby kick) Texas - Harris 63-yard pass from Carlisle (Crosby kick) Texas - Carlisle 9-yard run (Crosby kick) Texas - Philipp 2-yard run (Crosby kick) Navy - Staubach 2-yard run (2-pt. conversion failed) Navy Team Statistics Texas 16 First Downs 18 213 Total Offense 402 29-(-14) Rushes-Yardage 43-168 227 Yards Passing 234 22-34-1 Passing 8-21-1 1 Passes Had Int. 1 6-36.5 Punts-Avg. 3-43.3 2 Fumbles Lost 1 2-35 Penalties 8-72 Individual Leaders Rushing: Navy – Donnelly 8-12, Ounsworth 1-8, Sai 5-8, Teall 1-3, Ulrich 1-1, Markoff 1-1, Staubach 12-(-47). Texas – Carlisle 11-54, Ford 9-39, Stockton 5-35, Philipp 6-23, Green 7-18, King 1-9, Harris 2-5, Kristymik 1-1, Dixon 1-(-16). Passing: Navy – Staubach 21-31-1, 228 yards; Donnelly 1-1-0, (-1) yards; Abel 0-10, Orr 0-1-0. Texas – Carlisle 7-19-1, 213 yards, 2 TDs; Wade 1-2-0, 21 yards. Receiving: Navy – Orr 9-112, Sjuggerud 4-52, Donnelly 3-16, Campbell 2-16, Henderson 1-13, Kellner 1-12, Sai 1-7, Staubach 1-(-1). Texas – Harris 3-157, Talbert 2-26, Lammoas 2-30, Sauer 1-21.

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1978 Holiday Bowl Navy 23, BYU 16 December 22, 1978

SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Navy rallied from a 13-point deficit early in the second half to defeat Brigham Young, 23-16, in the first Holiday Bowl. The catalyst in the Mids’ comeback was split end Phil McConkey, with help from quarterback Bob Leszczynski and the defensive unit. Leszczynski got the Mids going in the third period on a 77-yard TD drive that featured a 16-yard reverse by McConkey, the game’s MVP. Moments later, a McConkey reverse of 26 yards set up a 28-yard field goal from Bob Tata that narrowed the deficit to 16-13. With the defense holding the Cougars to just 24 yards over the final 24 minutes, Leszczynski fired down the sideline to McConkey, who raced to the end zone to complete a 65-yard play. Navy was ranked 17th in the country in the final UPI poll. Scoring Summary Navy BYU

1 2 3 4 Final 0 3 7 13 23 3 6 7 0 16

BYU - Johnson 33-yard field goal Navy - Tata 40-yard field goal BYU - Chronister 10-yard pass from McMahon (kick failed) BYU - McMahon 2-yard run (Johnson kick) Navy - Tolbert 4-yard run (Tata kick) Navy - Tata 28-yard field goal Navy - McConkey 65-yard pass from Leszczynski (Tata kick) Navy - Tata 27-yard field goal Navy Team Statistics BYU 20 First Downs 16 352 Total Offense 255 58-235 Rushes-Yardage 33-74 138 Yards Passing 181 8-14 Passing 16-34 1 Passes Had Int. 2 3-38.7 Punts-Avg. 5-37.0 2-2 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 3-37 Penalties 12-91 Individual Leaders Rushing: Navy – Sherlock 19-62, Tolbert 14-50, Leszczynski 9-31, Callahan 1429, McConkey 2-42. BYU – Wilson 7-10, Ring 4-3, Wingard 7-37, McMahon 12-17, Phillips 2-4, Whittingham 1-3. Passing: Navy – Leszczynski 7-13-0, 123 yards, Callahan 1-1-0, 15 yards. BYU – Wilson 7-16-1, McMahon 9-18-1, 133 yards. Receiving: Navy – McConkey 4-88, Callahan 2-24, Jones 1-13, Hendershot 1-15. BYU – Ring 5-21, Chronister 3-60, Davis, 2-38, Wingard 2-27, Phillips 2-17, Tingey 1-13, Brown 1-5.


BOWL RECAPS 1980 Garden State Bowl Houston 35, Navy 0 December 14, 1980

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Mistakes allowed Houston to score two early touchdowns, as the Cougars defeated the Midshipmen, 35-0, in the 1980 Garden State Bowl. The powerful Cougars rolled up 405 yards on the ground. Navy played without its season rushing leader, Eddie Meyers, who was injured in the first quarter. Scoring Summary Houston Navy

1 2 3 4 Final 14 14 7 0 35 0 0 0 0 0

1981 Liberty Bowl

Ohio State 31, Navy 28 December 30, 1981 MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Navy twice rallied from significant deficits before eventually bowing to Ohio State, 31-28, in the 23rd playing of the Liberty Bowl. The determined Midshipmen had a 97-yard scoring drive in the final 5:14 that pulled them to within three points. Navy trailed 10-0 at one time, but had pulled to 17-13 at halftime. The Mids went ahead in the third period when George Herlong blocked a punt and Ken Olson raced in from 10 yards out for a touchdown. Trailing 31-20 with only eight seconds left in the game, Navy scored when Marco Pagnanelli passed one yard to tight end Greg Papajohn, and the two teamed for the two-point conversion. Tailback Eddie Meyers was the game MVP for his 117-yard rushing effort, finishing ahead of Ohio State’s Art Schlichter.

Houston - Clark 1-yard run (Shaffer kick) Houston - Elston 1-yard run (Shaffer kick) Houston - Barrett 14-yard run (kick failed) Houston - Clark 26-yard run (Elston kick) Houston - Clark 2-yard run (Shaffer kick)

Scoring Summary Ohio State Navy

Navy Team Statistics Houston 12 First Downs 24 201 Total Offense 450 35-136 Rushes-Yardage 78-405 65 Yards Passing 45 7-25-1 Passing 3-7-1 1 Passes Had Int. 1 6-29.7 Punts-Avg. 2-35.5 4-2 Fumbles-Lost 8-3 2-26 Penalties 4-39

OSU - Atha 35-yard field goal OSU - Williams 50-yard pass from Schlichter (Atha kick) Navy - Papajohn 1-yard pass from Pagnanelli (Fehr kick) Navy - Fehr 41-yard field goal OSU - J. Gayle 1-yard run (Atha kick) Navy - Fehr 23-yard field goal Navy - Olson 20-yard blocked punt return (Fehr kick) OSU - J. Gayle 2-yard run (Atha kick) OSU - Anderson 9-yard pass from Schlichter (Atha kick) Navy - Papajohn 1-yard pass from Pagnanelli (Papajohn pass from Pagnanelli)

Individual Leaders Rushing :Navy – Meyers 3-13, Tolbert 7-53, Sherlock 15-41, Tarquino 3-12, Flowers 1-9, Reitzel 4-7, Callahan 1-1, Dent 1-(-1). Houston – Clark 26-163, Polk 17-76, Barrett 9-61, Elston 12-45, Newhouse 4-17, Wilson 4-17, Wesley 3-13, Chinn 2-9, Herring 1-4. Passing: Navy – Reitzel 5-12-0, 42 yards; Tarquinio 2-12-1, 23 yards; Sherlock 0-1-0, 0 yards. Houston – Elston 1-4-0, 28 yards; Chinn 2-3-1, 17 yards. Receiving: Navy – Papajohn 3-36, Dent 2-23, Gainer 1-6, Tolbert 1-0. Houston – Miller 1-28, Phea 1-11, Herring 1-6.

Navy Team Statistics Ohio State 19 First Downs 19 315 Total Offense 332 50-75 Rushes-Yardage 47-173 240 Yards Passing 159 15-29-1 Passing 11-26-1 1 Passes Had Int. 1 5-22.8 Punts-Avg. 6-32.6 3-2 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 2-20 Penalties 9-76

1 2 3 4 Final 10 7 7 7 31 7 6 7 8 28

Individual Leaders Rushing: Navy – Meyers 30-117, Jackson 3-5, Yelder 1-2, Clouse 1-2, McCallum 1-0, Pagnanelli 13-(-26). Ohio State – Spencer 22-96, J. Gayle 15-88, Broadnax 4-11. Passing: Navy – Pagnanelli 14-27-1, 201, 2 TDs; Fehr 1-1-0, 39 yards; McCallum 0-10. Ohio State – Schlichter 11-26-1, 159 yards, 2 TDs. Receiving: Navy – Yelder 2-37, Papajohn 4-41, Meyers 3-15, McCallum 2-45, Weller 2-50, Ciamella 1-39, Jackson 1-13. Ohio State – Williams 2-61, Frank 3-36, Anderson 5-57, Spencer 1-5.

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BOWL RECAPS 1996 Aloha Bowl

2003 EV1.net Houston Bowl

HONOLULU, Hawai’i – Ben Fay came off the bench in the fourth quarter to lead touchdown drives of 80 and 84 yards, as Navy rallied for a 42-38 victory over California in the Aloha Bowl. Cal jumped on top on the opening kickoff as Deltha O’Neal returned it 100 yards for a touchdown. Navy answered quickly on a three-play, 69-yard drive, capped off by a seven-yard touchdown run from Tim Cannada. After Cal went back on top, 14-7, Navy answered with two quick touchdowns of its own, as Chris McCoy scored from one yard out and Ross Scott scored from four yards out. Cal bounced right back to take a 28-21, but McCoy answered with a two-yard touchdown run to tie the game at 28 with 39 seconds remaining in the half. That was plenty of time for Cal, as it marched 61 yards in 29 seconds to take a 35-28 halftime lead. Fay entered the game with 10:38 remaining and promptly drove the Mids 80 yards in 10 plays, as he scored from two yards out to pull the Mids to within three. The Navy defense got the ball back for Fay when junior tackle David Viger stripped Cal quarterback Pat Barnes of the ball and Jerome Dixon recovered it. Fay made the game-winning drive look easy, marching the Mids 84 yards on six plays, the big play being a 52-yard pass to senior slotback Cory Schemm. Fay scored from 10 yards out to give the Mids a 42-38 victory.

HOUSTON, Texas – Texas Tech quarterback B.J. Symons threw for 497 yards and four touchdowns as Texas Tech defeated Navy, 38-14, in front of 51,068 fans at Reliant Stadium in the EV1.net Houston Bowl. The game started exactly like the Mids would have liked as Texas Tech missed a field goal on its opening drive, after advancing the ball to the Navy six-yard line, and then the Mids marched 78 yards on 15 plays on its initial drive, chewing up the clock as they went.The first quarter ended scoreless with Craig Candeto being ruled down at the one-yard line on his third down option keeper. Navy head coach Paul Johnson decided to go for it on fourth down and Candeto was stopped short once again and when he tried to reach for the goal line the ball popped out of his hands and Texas Tech‘s Keyunta Dawson picked it up and returned the fumble to the Tech 34. Replays showed Candeto was clearly down when he fumbled. The Navy defense held again as Tech quickly moved down to the Navy sevenyard line, but Josh Smith picked off Symons’ pass on third down and returned it 36 yards to the Navy 38. The Mids couldn’t move the ball on its second possession and after a failed fake punt, Texas Tech moved 47 yards on five plays to take a 7-0 lead on a four-yard touchdown pass from Symons to Mickey Peters. The Navy offense moved the ball right back down the field on its next possession, but on third-and-four fullback Kyle Eckel was stopped for no gain and then Eric Rolfs missed his first field goal attempt in nine tries as his 37-yard attempt went wide left. Tech took advantage of the missed field goal as Symons hit Nehemiah Glover with a 17-yard touchdown to make it 14-0 Tech at the half. The Mids, however, refused to give up as Candeto directed an 11-play, 79-yard drive to start the second half, capped off by his own two-yard touchdown run on fourth and goal to make it 14-7. Tech, however, answered Navy’s touchdown drive with one of its own as the Red Raiders marched 67 yards on nine plays with Taurean Henderson scoring from four yards out to make it 21-7.

Navy 42, California 38 December 25, 1996

Scoring Summary Navy California

1 2 3 4 Final 7 21 0 14 42 13 22 3 0 38

Cal - O’Neal 100-yard kickoff return (kick failed) Navy - Cannada 7-yard run (Vanderhorst kick) Cal - Shaw 6-yard pass from Barnes (Longwell kick) Navy - McCoy 1-yard run (Vanderhorst kick) Navy - Scott 4-yard run (Vanderhorst kick) Cal - Bullard 8-yard pass from Barnes (Benjamin pass from Barnes) Cal - O’Neal 31-yard run (Longwell kick) Navy - McCoy 2-yard run (Vanderhorst kick) Cal - Shaw 20-yard pass from Barnes (Longwell kick) Cal - Longwell 41-yard field goal Navy - Fay 3-yard run (Vanderhorst kick) Navy - Fay 10-yard run (Vanderhorst kick) Navy Team Statistics California 25 First Downs 24 646 Total Offense 434 50-251 Rushes-Yardage 38-121 395 Yards Passing 313 14-21 Passing 27-38 1 Passes Had Int. 0 2-43.0 Punts-Avg. 4-52.8 1-1 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 4-21 Penalties 5-40 Individual Leaders Rushing: Navy – Nelson 15-119, McCoy 19-61, Cannada 4-25, 1 TD, McGrew 3-13, Scott 3-13, 1 TD, Schemm 1-12, Fay 4-12, 2 TD, Plaskonos 1-(-2). California – O’Neal 22-78, 1 TD, Benjamin 1-32, Vera 2-10, Willis 5-2, Barnes 8-(-1). Passing: Navy – McCoy 9-13-1, 277 yards, Fay 5-8-0, 118 yards. California – Barnes 27-38-0, 313 yards, 1 TD. Receiving: Navy – Schemm 5-194, Plaskonos 2-58, Cannada 1-25, McGrew 1-36, Nelson 1-13, Scott 1-15, Butts 1-28, Bryant 1-10, Heaven 1-16. California – Gonzalez 9-69, Benjamin 8-95, Shaw 3-39, 2 TD, Douglas 2-56, O’Neal 2-16, Bullard 2-23, 1 TD; Nartey 1-15.

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Texas Tech 38, Navy 14 December 30, 2003

Scoring Summary Navy Texas Tech

1 2 3 4 Final 0 0 7 0 14 0 14 10 14 38

Texas Tech-Peters four-yard pass from Symons (Toogood kick) Texas Tech-Glover 17-yard pass from Symons (Toogood kick) Navy-Candeto two-yard run (Rolfs kick) Texas Tech-Henderson four-yard run (Toogood kick) Texas Tech-Toogood 21-yard field goal (Toogood kick) Navy-Candeto one-yard run (Rolfs kick) Texas Tech-Hicks 13-yard pass from Symons (Toogood kick) Texas Tech-Peters four-yard pass from Symons (Toogood kick) Navy Team Statistics Texas Tech 17 First Downs 30 329 Total Offense 561 55-289 Rushes-Yardage 20-64 40 Yards Passing 497 3-13 Passing 41-53 0 Passes Had Int. 1 2-46.0 Punts-Avg. 0-0.0 3-1 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 6-78 Penalties 11-127 Individual Leaders Rushing: Navy – Candeto 23-90, 2 TD, Eckel 14-71, Roberts 7-54, Lane 4-44, Brimage 2-13, Divis 1-9, Michalowicz 1-8, Polanco 2-1. Texas Tech – Henderson 1143, 1 TD, Glover 1-9, Mack 1-5, Welker 1-4, Symons 5-3, Bongo-Wanga 1-0. Passing: Navy – Candeto 2-9-0, 33 yards, Poloanco 3-1-0, 7 yards, Lane 0-1-0, 0 yards. Texas Tech – Symons 41-53-1, 497 yards, 4 TD. Receiving: Navy – Jenkins 2-33, Wesley 1-7. Texas Tech – Glover 9-116, 1 TD, Henderson 9-83, Peters 8-80, 2 TD, Welker 7-107, Francis 6-90, Hicks 1-13, 1 TD, Fuller 1-8.


BOWL RECAPS 2004 Emerald Bowl

2005 Poinsettia Bowl

Navy 34, New Mexico 19 December 30, 2004

Navy 51, Colorado State 30 December 22, 2005

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – Aaron Polanco accounted for four touchdowns and 237 yards of total offense as Navy defeated New Mexico, 34-19, in the 2004 Emerald Bowl. The victory gave the Midshipmen a school-record tying 10 wins for the season and marked just the fifth bowl victory in school history. After the Lobos took a 7-0 lead on the first possesion of the game, the Mids answered with a touchdown drive of their own, moving 80 yards on just seven plays. Polanco scored from 14 yards out to tie the game at seven. The game turned on the ensuing possession when safety Vaughn Kelley hit New Mexico’s DonTrell Moore just as he was catching a pitch. The hit caused a fumble that was recovered by Lane Jackson and knocked Moore out of the game. Navy quickly took advantage of the turnover, as Polanco scored from one yard out five plays later to give Navy a 14-7 lead. The touchdown was set up by a third-andeight pass from slot back Frank Divis to Polanco for 17 yards Josh Smith stopped New Mexico’s next drive with an interception and the Mids made the Lobos pay dearly, as Polanco hit wide receiver Corey Dryden on the second play from scrimmage with a 61-yard touchdown pass to make the score 21-7. After the two teams punted on their initial possessions of the third quarter, Polanco ran for his third touchdown of the day, this one from 27 yards out, to make the score 31-19. New Mexico, however, marched right back down the field. The Lobos had the ball first-and-goal at the Navy six, but on fourth-and-goal from the one Lobo running back D.D. Cox was stopped short of the goal line by Kelley and Bobby McClarin. The Navy offense would take over the game from there, mounting an epic 26play, 94-yard, 14:26 drive that was capped off by a Geoff Blumenfeld 22-yard field goal to make the score 34-19. The 26 plays and 14:26 time of possession were both NCAA records for a single drive.

SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Sophomore slot back Reggie Campbell tied an NCAA bowl game record with five touchdowns as he helped lead Navy (8-4) to a 51-30 rout of Colorado State (6-6) in front of 36,842 fans at the inaugural Poinsettia Bowl. The two teams combined for a then NCAA bowl game-record 1,183 yards.. Campbell, who was named the game’s offensive MVP, scored on 55- and 34-yard scoring strikes from quarterback Lamar Owens and on runs of 22, two and 21 yards to tie a record set by four others, most notably by Barry Sanders in the 1988 Holiday Bowl. Navy took its first lead of the game, a lead it would never give up, early in the second quarter when Marco Nelson scored on a 22-yard run around the right end, capping off a seven-play, 68-yard drive. After the Navy defense forced a Colorado State punt, the Mids marched 80 yards on 11 plays as Campbell matched Nelson’s TD run with a 22-yard touchdown gallop of his own. The Mids defense forced another punt and Campbell capped off an 89-yard drive with a two-yard touchdown run 28 seconds before intermission and the rout was on. Campbell would score his fourth touchdown of the game on the first possession of the second half on a 21-yard jaunt to give the Mids a 34-10 lead. Scoring Summary 1 2 3 4 Final Navy 7 20 10 14 51 Colorado State 10 0 14 6 30

Scoring Summary New Mexico Navy

1 2 3 4 Final 7 12 0 0 19 14 10 7 3 34

New Mexico-Hall 17-yard pass from McKamey (Zunker kick) Navy-Polanco 14-yard run (Blumenfeld kick) Navy-Polanco one-yard run (Blumenfeld kick) Navy-Dryden 61-yard pass from Polanco (Blumenfeld kick) New Mexico-Ferguson four-yard run (kick failed) Navy-Blumenfeld 27-yard field goal New Mexico-McKamey three-yard run (pass failed) Navy-Polanco 27-yard run (Blumenfeld kick) Navy-Blumenfeld 22-yard field goal New Mexico Team Statistics Navy 23 First Downs 22 419 Total Offense 393 42-212 Rushes-Yardage 58-269 207 Yards Passing 124 15-24 Passing 5-8 2 Passes Had Int. 0 1-27.0 Punts-Avg. 2-39.0 1-1 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 9-85 Penalties 6-53 Individual Leaders Rushing: Navy – Polanco 26-136, 3 TD’s, Eckel 24-85, Tomlinson 1-31, Divis 4-15, Roberts 2-3, Team 1-(-)1. New Mexico: McKamey 19-138, 1 TD, Cox 11-32, Ferguson 4-19, 1 TD, Brody 3-15, Moore 5-8. Passing: Navy – Polanco 3-6-0, 101 yards, 1 TD, Divis 2-2-0. 23 yards. New Mexico – McKamey 15-24-2, 207 yards, 1 TD. Receiving: Navy – Polanco 2-23, Dryden 1-61, 1 TD, Roberts 1-35, Nelson 1-5. New Mexico – Baskett 5-115, Moore 3-21, Hall 2-23, 1 TD, Augustyniak 2-18, Brown 1-11, Ferguson 1-11, Ramirez 1-8.

CSU-Kyle Bell 1-yd. run (Smith PAT) Navy-Reggie Campbell 55-yd. pass from L. Owens (Joey Bullen PAT) CSU-Jason Smith 34-yd. field goal Navy-Marco Nelson 22-yd. run (Bullen PAT blocked) Navy-Campbell 22-yd. run (Bullen PAT) Navy-Campbell 2-yd. run (Bullen PAT) Navy-Campbell 21-yd. run (Bullen PAT) CSU-Dustin Osborn 10-yd. pass from JustinHolland (Smith PAT) CSU-Osborn 20-yd. pass from Holland (Smith PAT) Navy-Campbell 34-yd. pass from Owens (Bullen PAT) Navy-Nelson 21-yd, run (Bullen PAT) CSU-Johnny Walker 22-yd. pass from Holland (2-pt. run failed) Navy-Bullen 25-yd. field goal Navy Team Statistics Colorado State 33 First Downs 26 611 Total Offense 572 69-467 Rushes-Yardage 34-141 144 Yards Passing 431 5-11 Passing 28-39 1 Passes Had Int. 0 0-0.0 Punts-Avg. 4-39.8 1-1 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 2-10 Penalties 7-79 Individual Leaders Rushing: Navy – Ballard 15-129, Campbell 16-116, 3 TD’s, Neson 7-80, 2 TD’s, Owens 18-50, Bryant 3-26, Tomlinson 1-22, Hampton 3-21, White 2-13, Hines 4-10. Colorado State – Bell 22-122, 1 TD, Horton 1-17, Hanie 2-14, Ohaeri 3-5, Green 1-5, Walker 1-1, Holland 4-(-)23. Passing: Navy – Owens 5-10-0, 144 yards, 2 TD’s, Bryant 0-1-1, 0 yards. Colorado State – Holland 26-33-0, 381 yards, 3 TD’s, Hanie 2-6-0, 50 yards. Receiving: Navy – Campbell 2-89, 2 TD’s, White 1-29, Tomlinson 1-18, Washington 1-8. Colorado State – Anderson 9-126, Sperry 8-117, Morton 2-77, Walker 2-49, 1 TD, Osborn 2-30, 2 TD’s, Bartz 2-14, Bell 2-10, Davis 1-8.

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BOWL RECAPS 2006 Meineke Car Care Bowl

2007 Poinsettia Bowl

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Steve Aponavicius nailed a 37-yard field goal as time expired to give Boston College (10-3) a 25-24 victory over Navy (9-4) in the Meineke Car Care Bowl. Navy outplayed the Eagles on both sides of the ball, but a couple of turnovers, two questionable holding calls and a bad bounce allowed the Eagles to escape with the victory. Boston College jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the first quarter when Eagle quarterback Matt Ryan scored from two yards out. Navy answered with a 10-play, 88-yard drive capped off by a 31-yard touchdown pass from Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada to Tyree Barnes to give a 7-6 lead. After a Jeremy McGown interception of a Ryan pass gave Navy the ball back at the BC 44-yard line, the Mids took eight plays to take a 14-6 lead on a five-yard touchdown run by Zerbin Singleton. It was Singleton’s first-career touchdown. Kaheaku-Enhada threw his second touchdown pass of the day, this time to Jason Tominson, to give Navy a 21-13 lead. Aponavicius hit a 26-yard field goal at the gun to cut Navy’s lead to five at the half. Navy regained the momentum to start the second half, going 85 yards on 11 plays. Matt Harmon’s 22-yard field goal gave Navy a 24-16 lead. Ryan threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to cut the lead to 24-22, but the two-point conversion failed. After both teams traded punts, Navy took the ball over at its own 24 with 4:09 remaining in the game. After picking up two first down, the Mids ran a toss play to Shun White on third-and-six. White appeared to pick up the first down and clinch the game, but the officials flagged the Mids for holding. On the next play Reggie Campbell took his eyes off of Kaheaku-Enhada’s pitch and Boston College’s Jolon Dunbar picked up the fumble at the Navy 45 and returned it five yards. Six plays later, Aponavicius nailed the 37-yard field goal to give the Eagles the win.

SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Utah (9-4) outscored Navy (8-5), 21-0, over a seven-minute span ain the second half to rally for a 35-32 Poinsettia Bowl victory over the Midshipmen in front of 39,129 fans at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego. The game was the debut for Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo. Utah would take a 7-0 lead early in the second quarter on a five-yard touchdown run by Darrell Mack. The Mids would answer Utah’s score with one of their own, driving 70 yards in eight plays. Junior quarterback Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada capped the drive with a one-yard touchdown run to tie the score at seven. Joey Bullen’s 39-yard field goal with 28 seconds left in the half gaveNavy a 10-7 halftime lead. The Mids made it 17-7 on the first drive of the third quarter. Junior fullback Eric Kettani busted through the Utah secondary and rumbled 43 yards for a touchdown to give Navy a 17-7 lead. Jereme Brooks scored from 23 yards out off a reverse to cut Navy’s lead to 17-14 and then Utah took the lead when Johnson hit Derrek Richards with a 40-yard touchdown pass to make the score 21-17. Johnson’s 19-yard quarterback draw gave Utah a 28-17 lead with 12:47 left in the contest. To Navy’s credit, the Mids refused to quit as Kaheaku-Enhada led Navy on a nineplay, 81-yard drive that was capped off by a 10-yard touchdown pass to White that made the score 28-25. The Utah offense would answer with a Mack one-yard run and the Utes appeared to have an insurmounable 35-25 lead with 1:27 left. The Mids, however, had other ideas. Kaheaku-Enhada hit Zerbin Singleton with a 58-yard touchdown pass that made the score 35-32 with 57 seconds left. Bullen then pulled off a perfectly-executed on-side kick that initially Utah’s Dale had his hands on, but Singleton ripped it out of his hands giving the ball to Navy at its own 42 with 57 seconds left. After Kaheaku-Enhada ran for nine yards on first down, his pass was intercepted by Dale at the Utah 31 after Campbell slipped coming out of his route.

Boston College 25, Navy 24 December 30, 2006

Scoring Summary Navy Boston College

1 2 3 4 Final 7 14 3 0 24 6 10 0 9 25

BC-Ryan 1-yd. run (kick failed) Navy-Barnes 31-yard pass from Kaheaku-Enhada (Harmon PAT) Navy-Singleton 5-yard run (Harmon PAT) BC-Toal 1-yard run (Aponavicius PAT) Navy-Tomlinson 24-yard pass from Kaheaku-Enhada (Harmon PAT) BC-Aponavicius 26-yard field goal Navy-Harmon 22-yard field goal BC-Purvis 25-yard pass from Ryan (pass failed) BC-Aponavicius 37-yd. field goal Navy Team Statistics Boston College 21 First Downs 17 403 Total Offense 315 59-322 Rushes-Yardage 31-73 81 Yards Passing 242 6-8 Passing 20-30 0 Passes Had Int. 2 4-36.0 Punts-Avg. 5-48.8 3-2 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 3-30 Penalties 5-25 Individual Leaders Rushing: Navy – White 7-116, Singleton 6-71, 1 TD, Campbell 13-51, Kettani 15-40, Kaheaku-Enhada 13-27, Hines 2-16, Hall 2-5, Washington 1-(-4). Boston College – Callender 19-66, Robinson 1-6, Whitworth 2-1, Ryan 7-1, 1 TD, Toal 1-1, 1 TD, Brooks 1-(-2). Passing: Navy – Kaheaku-Enhada 6-6-0, 77 yards, 2 TD’s, Bryant 2-2-0, 4 yards. Boston College – Ryan 20-29-2, 242 yards, 1 TD, Team 0-1-0, 0 yards. Receiving: Navy – Tomlinson 2-36, 1 TD, Kaheaku-Enhada 2-4, Barnes 1-31, 1 TD, Washington 1-10. Boston College – Gonzalez 4-50, Robinson 3-61, Callender 3-20, Purvis 2-40, 1 TD, Challenger 2-35, Palmer 2-15, Whitworth 2-14, Gunnell 1-4, Ross 1-3.

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Utah 35, Navy 32 December 20, 2007

Scoring Summary Utah Navy

1 2 3 4 Final 0 7 14 14 35 0 10 7 15 32

Utah-Mack 5-yard run (Sakoda PAT) Navy-Kaheaku-Enhada 1-yard run (Bullen PAT) Navy-Bullen 39-yard field goal (Bullen PAT) Navy-Kettani 43-yard run (Bullen PAT) Utah-Brooks 23-yard run (Sakoda PAT) Utah-Richards 40-yard pass from Johnson (Sakoda PAT) Utah-Johnson19-yard run (Sakoda PAT) Navy-White 10-yard pass from Kaheaku-Enhada (Kaheaku-Enhada run) Utah-Mack 1-yard run (Sakoda PAT) Navy-Singleton 58-yard pass from Kaheaku-Enhada (Bullen kick) Utah Team Statistics Navy 26 First Downs 21 451 Total Offense 438 45-213 Rushes-Yardage 58-316 238 Yards Passing 122 22-27 Passing 7-14 1 Passes Had Int. 1 4-34.5 Punts-Avg. 3-45.7 1-1 Fumbles-Lost 4-2 4-37 Penalties 4-21 Individual Leaders Rushing: Navy – Kettani 12-125, 1 TD, Campbell 7-58, White 9-57, KaheakuEnhada 18-52, 1 TD, Ballard 6-21, Barnes 1-8, Singleton 3-6, Bryant 1-1, Veteto 1-(12). Utah – Mack 22-76, 2 TD’s, Johnson 11-69, 1 TD, Brooks 2-25, 1 TD, Louks 6-25, Stowers 2-8, Wilson 1-7, Wesson 1-3. Passing: Navy – Kaheaku-Enhada 7-14-1, 122 yards, 2 TD’s. Utah – Johnson 2025-1, 226 yards, 1 TD, Louks 2-2-0, 12 yards. Receiving: Navy – Singleton 2-64, 1 TD, Campbell 1-29, Washington 1-14, White 1-10, 1 TD, Ballard 1-9, Kettani 1- (-4). Utah – Hernandez 5-63, Richards 4-61, 1 TD, Mack 4-31, Brown 3-41, Brooks 3-14, Godfrey 1-14, Wesson 1-10. Sims 1-5.


BOWL RECAPS 2008 EagleBank Bowl

2009 Texas Bowl

Wake Forest 29, Navy 19 December 20, 2008

Navy 35, Missouri 13 December 31, 2009

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Wake Forest (8-5) outscored Navy (8-5), 22-6, in the second half to rally for a 29-19 victory over the Midshipmen in the inaugural EagleBank Bowl at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C. Navy jumped out to a 13-0 lead thanks to field goals of 40 and 47 yards by Matt Harmon and a 50-yard return of an Alphonso Smith fumble by senior cornerback Rashawn King. The Mids were looking to add to their lead late in the second quarter, driving the ball deep into Wake Forest territory, but on second down from the Wake Forest 27-yard line senior quarterback Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada overthrew Tyree Barnes and Smith intercepted the ball at the two-yard line. The Navy defense had dominated the game up to that point, but the Mids allowed Wake Forest to drive 98 yards in 3:48 to cut the Mids lead to 13-7 at the half. The Demon Deacons took their first lead of the game on their first drive of the second half, driving 73 yards on 10 plays (nine of those plays were runs) in 5:17. Adams scored from five yards out to make the score 14-13. Navy would retake the lead early in the fourth quarter after a defensive stand gave the ball to the offense at the 50-yard line. Kaheaku-Enhada ripped off a 35-yard run on the first play and then he scored from two yards out five plays later to make the score 19-13. Navy’s two-point conversion attempt failed. Navy’s lead did not last long as Wake answered Navy’s touchdown with one of its own, marching 80 yards in nine plays. The big play of the drive was on third-andseven when Skinner hit Chip Brinkman with a 44 yard pass down to the Navy 11-yard line. Skinner struck again two plays later on another third-and-seven, this time hitting Ben Wooster with an eight-yard touchdown pass. Skinner converted the two-point conversion with a pass to Devin Brown to make the score 22-19. Shun White returned the ensuing kickoff all the way down to the Wake Forest 11yard line, but the play was called back after Navy was nailed for holding. Navy still had two opportunities to tie or retake the lead, but Kaheaku-Enhada was stopped for no gain on third-and-five from the Navy 47 on the first drive and then lost a fumble on fourth-and-10 on the second drive. Scoring Summary 1 2 3 4 Final Wake Forest 0 7 7 15 29 Navy 10 3 0 6 19

HOUSTON, Texas – Quarterback Ricky Dobbs rushed for 166 yards and three touchdowns on 30 carries and completed nine of his 14 pass attempts for 130 yards and a touchdown, while the Navy defense held Missouri to just one touchdown as the Mids routed the Tigers, 35-13, in front of a crowd of 69,441 at the Texas Bowl. Dobbs set a Navy bowl record for rushing yards and tied the record for carries and rushing touchdowns en route to being named the Texas Bowl MVP. Slot back Marcus Curry also had a big day, rushing for 109 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries and catching five passes for 97 yards. The Navy defense opened the game in a 2-4-5 alignment that befuddled the Missouri offense all day. After giving up a 58-yard touchdown pass from Blaine Gabbert to Danario Alexander on the second play of the game, the Mids allowed just six points over the final 59:24. After the Alexander touchdown run on the second play of the game, Navy tied it on a one-yard touchdown run by Dobbs with 2:58 left in the first quarter and then took the lead for good on a 12-yard run by Dobbs with 45 seconds left in the half. That touchdown was set up by a Vela fumble recovery. Bobby Doyle’s three-yard touchdown reception on a slant route from Dobbs extended the lead to 21-10 early in the third quarter and then Navy put the game away in the fourth on Curry’s 11-yard touchdown run and a one-yard touchdown run by Dobbs. The Mids gashed the Missouri defense, which entered the game ranked 11th in the country against the run, for 515 yards, including a Texas Bowl-record 385 yards on the ground. Missouri was held to 356 yards of total offense, including a paltry 65 rushing yards. Linebacker Ross Pospisil led the Navy defense with nine tackles, 1.5 sacks and an interception, while outside linebacker Craig Schaefer had eight tackles, three tackles for a loss and a sack. Safety Wyatt Middleton added an interception and outside linebacker Ram Vela recovered a fumble. Scoring Summary Navy Missouri

1 2 3 4 Final 7 7 7 14 35 7 3 0 3 13

Navy-Harmon 40-yard field goal Navy-King 50-yard fumble recovery (Harmon PAT) Navy-Harmon 47-yard field goal WF-Adams 4-yard run (Swank PAT) WF-Adams 5-yard run (Swank PAT) Navy-Kaheaku-Enhada 2-yd. run (pass failed) WF-Wooster 8-yard pass from Skinner (Brown pass from Skinner) WF-Belton 35-yd. run (Swank PAT)

Navy-Harmon 40-yard field goal Missouri-Alexander 58-yard pass from Gabbert (Ressel PAT) Navy-Dobbs 1-yard run (Buckley PAT) Navy-Dobbs 12-yard run (Buckley PAT) Missouri-Ressel 31-yard field goal Navy-Doyle 3-yard pass from Dobbs (Buckley PAT) Missouri-Ressel 31-yard field goal Navy-Curry 11-yard run (Buckley PAT) Navy-Dobbs 1-yard run (Buckley PAT)

Wake Forest Team Statistics Navy 18 First Downs 12 405 Total Offense 253 48-239 Rushes-Yardage 48-221 166 Yards Passing 32 11-11 Passing 2-7 0 Passes Had Int. 1 4-40.2 Punts-Avg. 3-42.3 2-1 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 6-55 Penalties 3-20

Navy Team Statistics Missouri 28 First Downs 17 515 Total Offense 356 67-385 Rushes-Yardage 26-65 130 Yards Passing 291 9-14 Passing 15-31 0 Passes Had Int. 2 2-43.0 Punts-Avg. 4-43.2 3-2 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 2-10 Penalties 0-0

Individual Leaders Rushing: Wake Forest – Harris 24-136, Belton 5-46, Skinner 7-29, Adams 7-13, Rinfrette 3-12, Smith 1(-1). Navy – Kaheaku-Enhada 15-83, White 14-71, Kettani 1450, Doyle 1-10, Shinego 3-5, Dobbs 1-2. Passing: Wake Forest – Skinner 11-11-0, 166 yards, 1 TD. Navy – KaheakuEnhada 2-7-1, 32 yards. Receiving: Wake Forest – Boldin 4-66, Brinkman 2-51, Harris 2-36, Wooster 1-8, 1 TD, Williams 1-7, Belton 1(-2). Navy – Barnes 2-32.

Individual Leaders Rushing: Navy – Dobbs 30-166, Curry 12-109, Murray 10-46, Finnerty 5-31, Greene 4-29, Doyle 3-13, Hatcher 1-(-4), Team 2-(-5). Missouri – Washington 11-62, Moore 5-24, Lawrence 1-3, Gabbert 9-(-24). Passing: Navy – Dobbs 9-14-0-130. Missouri – Gabbert 15-31-2-291. Receiving: Navy – Curry 5-97, Doyle 2-18, Finnerty 1-8, Henderson 1-7. Missouri – Alexander 6-137, Kemp 3-83, Washington 3-57, Lawrence 1-7, Jones 1-4, Woodland 1-3.

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BOWL RECAPS 2010 Poinsettia Bowl

San Diego State 35, Navy 14 December 23, 2010 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-and-goal, 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. Scoring Summary Navy San Diego State

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SDSU - Hillman 22-yard run (Perez PAT) SDSU- Brown 53-yard pass from Lindley (Perez PAT) Navy - Jones 30-yard pass from Dobbs (Buckley PAT) SDSU - Hillman 37-yard run (Perez PAT) Navy - Dobbs 1-yard run (Buckley PAT) SDSU - Hillman 15-yard pass from Lindley (Perez PAT) SDSU - Hillman 1-yard run (Perez PAT) Navy Team Statistics San Diego St. 22 First Downs 27 382 Total Offense 555 51-235 Rushes-Yardage 41-279 147 Yards Passing 276 8-15 Passing 18-23 1 Passes Had Int. 0 5-40.6 Punts-Avg. 3-40.3 1-0 Fumbles-Lost 2-0 3-29 Penalties 3-18 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 18-23-0, 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 1-10, Denso 1-8, Sullivan 1-8.

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Ricky Dobbs wrapped up his illustrious career with 254 total yards and two touchdowns against San Diego State in the Poinsettia Bowl. In two bowl game appearances, Dobbs accounted for 550 total yards and six scores.


BOWL RECAPS 2012 Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl Arizona State 62, Navy 28 December 29, 2012

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – Taylor Kelly threw four touchdown passes and ran for a fifth score to lead Arizona State to a 62-28 victory over Navy in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl in front of 34,172 fans at AT&T Park. Offensive MVP Marion Grice ran for 159 yards and two touchdowns for the Sun Devils (8-5), who used their fast-paced spread offense to score touchdowns on their first nine possessions. Among the highlights for Navy were Keenan Reynolds’ 3-yard TD pass to Matt Aiken in the first half and a 95-yard kickoff return for a score by Gee Gee Greene in the third quarter. Greene’s kickoff return for a TD was the first in school history in a bowl game. Arizona State’s Rashad Ross started and ended the first-half scoring with touchdown receptions. His 16-yard catch from Kelly capped a 75-yard game-opening drive and he got behind the Navy defense for a 52-yard score in the final minute of the half to make it 34-7. Ross then caught a 50-yard TD pass on Arizona State’s first drive of the second half to make it 41-7. Grice scored on a 10-yard run in the first quarter and a 39-yarder in the third. He had 19 touchdowns this season, with 11 coming on the ground. The Midshipmen had a few opportunities to keep the game close on offense in the first half but Greene was unable to hold onto a pass in the end zone on fourthand-7 from the 31 in the first quarter and Reynolds lost three yards on a third-and-1 keeper from the eight before Nick Sloan missed a field goal. Sen. John McCain, a former Navy fighter pilot who represents Arizona in Congress, handled the pregame toss. Instead of using a coin, the game sponsored by Kraft, uses an Oreo with one side being a chocolate cookie and the other vanilla.

Greene carried the ball 12 times for 112 yards to go along with his kickoff return for a touchdown. Freshman fullback Chris Swain rushed for 93 yards and a touchdown on four carries, while sophomore fullback Noah Copeland rushed for 47 yards on 10 carries. Brandon Turner caught a 23-yard touchdown pass from Trey Miller in the fourth quarter. Matt Warrick led the Navy defense with nine tackles, while Tra’ves Bush, Keegan Wetzel, Jordan Drake and Parrish Gaines had six tackles apiece. Scoring Summary Navy Arizona State

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ASU - Ross 16-yd pass from Kelly (Garoutte PAT) ASU - Grice 10-yd run (Garoutte PAT) ASU - Kelly 1-yd run (Garoutte PAT) Navy - Aiken 3-yd pass from Reynolds (Sloan PAT) ASU - Agwuenu 11-yd pass from Kelly (Garoutte PAT) ASU - Ross 52-yd pass from Kelly (Garoutte PAT failed) ASU - Ross 50-yd pass from Kelly (Garoutte PAT) ASU - Marshall 1-yd run (Garoutte PAT) Navy - Greene 95-yd kickoff return (Sloan PAT) ASU - Grice 39-yd run (Garoutte PAT) ASU - Marshall 33-yd run (Garoutte PAT) Navy - Swain 46-yd run (Sloan PAT) Navy - Turner 23-yd pass from Miller (Sloan PAT) Navy Team Statistics Arizona St. 18 First Downs 36 350 Total Offense 648 55-313 Rushes-Yardage 48-381 37 Yards Passing 267 6-12 Passing 17-20 1 Passes Had Int. 0 4-41.0 Punts-Avg. 0-0.0 0-0 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 6-43 Penalties 2-25 Individual Leaders Rushing: Navy - Greene 12-112, Swain 4-93, Copeland 10-47, Whiteside 4-23, Reynolds 22-21, Staten 1-8, Aiken 1-6, Christian 1-3. Arizona State - Grice 14-159, Kelly 7-81, Marshall 8-59, Eubank 7-38, Lewis 7-27, Robinson 2-20, Foster 1-1, Team 2-(-4). Passing (Comp-Att-Int, Yds): Navy - Reynolds 5-11-1, 14, Miller 1-1-0, 23. Arizona State - Kelly 17-19-0, 267, Eubank 0-1-0, 0. Receiving: Navy - Turner 2-24, Copeland 2-4, Greene 1-6, Aiken 1-3. Arizona State - Ross 4-139, Coyle 4-37, Agwuenu 2-21, Miles 2-21, Grice 2-19, Foster 2-11, Marshall 1-19.

GeeGee Greene concluded his Navy career with 112 yards rushing on 12 carries and added a 95-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against Arizona State in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl.

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BOWL RECORDS Individual Records

Punting

Rushing

Most Attempts 30 Eddie Meyers vs. Ohio State Ricky Dobbs vs. Missouri Most Yards Gained 166 Ricky Dobbs vs. Missouri Touchdowns 3 Aaron Polanco vs. New Mexico Reggie Campbell vs. Colorado State Ricky Dobbs vs. Missouri

1981 Liberty Bowl 2009 Texas Bowl 2009 Texas Bowl 2004 Emerald Bowl 2005 Poinsettia Bowl 2009 Texas Bowl

Passing

Most Attempts 31 Roger Staubach vs. Texas Most Completions 21 Roger Staubach vs. Texas Most Yards Gained 277 Chris McCoy vs. California Completion Percentage .692 Chris McCoy (9-of-13) vs. California Most TD Passes 2 Marco Pagnanelli vs. Ohio State Lamar Owens vs. Colorado State Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada vs. BC Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada vs. Utah

1964 Cotton Bowl 1964 Cotton Bowl

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2007 Poinsettia Bowl

Punt Returns

Most Returns 3 Jason Tomlinson vs Boston Coll. 2006 Meineke Car Care Bowl Most Return Yards 20 Ken Olson vs. Ohio State 1981 Liberty Bowl

Most Returns 6 Gee Gee Greene vs. Arizona St. Most Return Yards 187 Gee Gee Greene vs. Arizona St.

2012 Kraft Fight Hunger 2012 Kraft Fight Hunger

1996 Aloha Bowl 1996 Aloha Bowl 1981 Liberty Bowl 2005 Poinsettia Bowl 2006 Meineke Bowl 2007 Poinsettia Bowl

Interceptions

Most Interceptions 1 Several Last was Wyatt Middleton vs. Missouri 2009 Texas Bowl Most Yards Returned 62 Wyatt Middleton vs. Missouri 2009 Texas Bowl

Defense 1964 Cotton Bowl

Most Tackles 20 Mike Rouser vs. Houston

1980 Garden State Bowl

1996 Aloha Bowl 2005 Poinsettia Bowl

Total Offense

Most Plays 44 Ricky Dobbs vs. Missouri Total Offense Yards 388 Chris McCoy vs. California

1961 Orange Bowl

Kickoff Returns

Receiving

Most Receptions 9 Ed “Skip” Orr vs. Texas Most Yards Gained 194 Cory Schemm vs. California Touchdown Receptions 2 Reggie Campbell vs. Colorado State

Most Punts 6 Greg Mather vs. Missouri Highest Avg. (min. 3) 45.7 Greg Veteto (3/137) vs. Utah

2009 Texas Bowl 1996 Aloha Bowl

Scoring

Most Points 30 Reggie Campbell (5 TD’s) vs. Colorado State 2005 Poinsettia Bowl Most Touchdowns 5 Reggie Campbell vs. Colorado State 2005 Poinsettia Bowl Field Goals Made 3 Bob Tata vs. BYU 1978 Holiday Bowl Field Goals Attempted 3 Bob Tata vs. BYU 1978 Holiday Bowl Matt Harmon vs. Wake Forest 2008 EagleBank Bowl Most PATs 6 Tom Vanderhorst vs California 1996 Aloha Bowl Joey Bullen vs. Colorado State 2005 Poinsettia Bowl


BOWL RECORDS Longest Plays

Team Records First Downs

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vs. Colorado State

Rushing

Rushing Attempts Most Rushing Yards

2005 Poinsettia Bowl

69 vs. Colorado State, 2005 Poinsettia Bowl 467 vs. Colorado State, 2005 Poinsettia Bowl

Most Passing Attempts Most Pass Completions Most Passing Yards Most Interceptions Thrown

Most Yards â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Total Offense

Punting

Most Punts

Returns

Most Punt Returns Most Kickoff Returns

Interceptions

Most Interceptions

Fumbles

Most Fumbles

Penalties

Most Penalties

53

Pass

65

Shun White vs. Boston College, 2006 Meineke Car Care Bowl

Bob Leszczynski-Phil McConkey vs. BYU, 1978 Holiday Bowl

Punt

Passing

Total Offense

Run

34 vs. Texas, 1963 Cotton Bowl 22 vs. Texas, 1963 Cotton Bowl 395 vs. California, 1996 Aloha Bowl 4 vs. Missouri, 1961 Orange Bowl 4 vs. Mississippi, 1955 Sugar Bowl

646 vs. California, 1996 Aloha Bowl

7 vs. Missouri, 1961 Orange Bowl

5 vs. Rice, 1958 Cotton Bowl 9 vs. Ariona State, 2012 Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl

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Greg Veteto vs. Utah, 2007 Poinsettia Bowl

Field Goal

47

Matt Harmon vs. Wake Forest, 2008 EagleBank Bowl

Interception Return

62

Wyatt Middleton vs. Missouri, 2009 Texas Bowl

Fumble Return

98

Kickoff Return

95

Gee Gee Greene vs. Arizona State, 2012 Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl

Punt Return 2 vs. Boston College, 2006 Meinke Car Care Bowl 2 vs. New Mexico, 2004 Emerald Bowl 2 vs. BYU, 1978 Holiday Bowl 2 vs. Missouri, 2009 Texas Bowl

Greg Mather (TD) vs. Missouri, 1961 Orange Bowl

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Ken Olson vs. Ohio State, 1981 Liberty Bowl

4 vs. Utah, 2007 Poinsettia Bowl

9 vs. Rice, 1958 Cotton Bowl

Scoring

Most Points Scored 51 vs. Colorado State, 2005 Poinsettia Bowl Most Points Allowed 62 vs. Arizona State, 2012 Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl Most Touchdowns 7 vs. Colorado State, 2005 Poinsettia Bowl Most Field Goals 3 vs. BYU, 1978 Holiday Bowl

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MEDIA INFORMATION Working Press

Postgame Interviews

collegepressbox.com

Press Conferences

Admittance to the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium press box is limited to the WORKING PRESS ONLY. The press box is located on the Blue (west) side of the stadium. Beverages and pizza are available two hours before kickoff and at halftime.

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Press Credentials

All requests for working press, photo and broadcast credentials for Navy home games should be made at www.navysports.com. Go to the Info Center on the football page and fill out the online form for media credentials. Please allow ample time for credentials to be mailed to you. Credentials not mailed can be picked up 90 minutes before kickoff at the will call window, located in the north end zone. If you would like your credentials federal-expressed to you please include a Fed-Ex account number, an overnight mailing address and a phone number or the form. Army is handling the credentials for this year’s Army-Navy game.

Radio

There are two radio booths in Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. One booth is reserved for the Navy Football Network, while the visiting team is assigned the other broadcast space. Six credentials will be allotted to each broadcast crew. Visiting radio stations may purchase the use of up to three phone lines (two pots and one ISDN) already installed by contacting Eric Ruden, Deputy Director of Athletics at (410) 293-8748 or by e-mailing him at ruden@usna.edu. If Navy is involved in a home-and-home series with the opposing school there will be a reciprocal agreement on the phone lines.

Television

All of Navy’s home game in Annapolis will be televised live by either CBS or CBS Sports Network. CBS Sports Network is a multi-media company that consists of the firstever 24-hour college sports television network; the leading college sports online network, cbssports.com; and the first ever 24-hour college sports radio network, SIRIUS College Sports Radio. Through its numerous platforms, CBS Sports Network provides more live college sports games, events, news, information, analysis and broadband content, and reaches more college sports fans, than any other company.

Photographers

Still and newsreel photographers with hand-held equipment may work the sidelines between the 30-yard line and the goal line in both directions. Sideline credentials are normally issued to photographers representing daily newspapers, wire services, magazines and television stations or networks. Camera crews handling the coaching film for the opposing school will work from the roof of the press box.

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Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo and selected players will be available approximately 10 minutes after the game in the postgame interview area. The Navy locker room is closed to the media. The visiting coach and selected players will be available outside their locker room.

Head coach Ken Niumatalolo will conduct a post-practice interview session, Monday-Wednesday, at approximately 5:45 p.m. All players and assistant coaches will also be available at that time. Coach Niumatalolo will also be available via the phone Monday-Thursday from 2-3 p.m. Please contact Associate Athletic Director for Sports Information Scott Strasemeier with your interview request at least one day in advance. Days and times may vary if Navy’s game does not fall on a Saturday.

Student-Athlete Interviews

All phone interviews with the student-athletes on the football team must be arranged through Associate Athletic Director for Sports Information Scott Strasemeier at least one day in advance. Players will do phone interviews during the day (Monday-Thursday) if their class schedule permits. Players will also be available after practice, Monday-Wednesday. You can contact Strasemeier at 410-293-8775 or via e-mail at sstrasem@ usna.edu

Navy Web Site

All 33 of Navy’s varsity sports can be followed via the internet at http:// www.navysports.com. Releases, game notes and general information will be continually updated on the Navy home page.


MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information

Stadium Directions Scott Strasemeier Associate Athletic Director for Sports Information/ Football Contact

Strasemeier Phone Information Cell: (443) 336-9023 Office: (410) 293-8775 Fax: (410) 293-8954

Michaud Phone Information Cell: (410) 212-3761 Office: (410) 293-8773

From the North (Baltimore)

Take I 97 South to US 50 East Exit US 50 at Rowe Blvd. (exit #24) and bear to the right Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium is on your right Right on Farragut Avenue gives access to gates 1&2 Right on Taylor (second right) gives access to gates 5&6

From the West (Washington, D.C.)

Take US 50 East Exit US 50 at Rowe Blvd. (exit #24) and bear to the right Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium is on your right Right on Farragut Avenue gives access to gates 1&2 Right on Taylor Avenue (second right) gives access to gates 5&6

From the South

Take I 95 North to 495 East Take I 495 East to 50 East Exit US 50 at Rowe Blvd. (exit #24) and bear to the right Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium is on your right Right on Farragut Avenue gives access to gates 1&2 Right on Taylor Avenue (second right) gives access to gates 5&6

From the East

Stacie Michaud

Justin Kischefsky

Jeff Barnes

Matt Muzza

Associate Sports Information Director/ Secondary Football Contact

Assistant Sports Information Director

Take US 50 West across the Bay Bridge Exit US 50 at Rowe Blvd. (South) Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium is on your right Right on Farragut Avenue gives access to gates 1&2 Right on Taylor Avenue (second right) gives access to gates 5&6

Assistant Sports Information Director

Assistant Sports Information Director

Mark Leddy

Director of Publications

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MEDIA OUTLETS Print Media

The Capital (Annapolis) Gerry Jackson (Sports Editor) Bill Wagner (Beat Writer) P.O. Box 911 Annapolis, Md. 21404 (410) 280-5926 FAX: 280-5953 The Baltimore Sun Ron Fritz (Head of Sports) Don Markus (Beat Writer) 501 N. Calvert St. Baltimore, Md. 21278 (410) 332-6200 FAX: 783-2518 The Washington Post Matt Vita (Managing Editor, Sports) Matt Bonesteel (College Sports Editor) Gene Wang (Beat Writer) 1150 15th St., NW Washington, D.C. 20071 (202) 334-7350 FAX: 334-7685 The Washington Times Mike Harris (Sports Editor) 3600 New York Avenue NE Washington, D.C. 20002 (202) 636-4865 Associated Press (Baltimore) Dave Ginsburg 218 North Charles Street Suite 330 Baltimore, Md. 21201 (410) 837-8315 FAX: 837-4291 Washington D.C. Examiner Elliot Smilowitz (Sports Editor) Kevin Dunleavy (College Sports Reporter) 1015 15th Street NW Washington, DC 20005 (703) 738-0709 PressBox Barrett Neale (Managing Editor) Mike Page (Beat Writer) 3600 Clipper Mill Road Suite 155 Baltimore, MD. 21211 (410) 366-7220

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Radio

WBAL Radio - 1090 AM Keith Mills (Sports Director) Brett Hollander (Host) 3800 Hooper Avenue Baltimore, Md. 21211 (410) 338-6592 FAX: 338-6694 WTOP 103.5 FM/WFED Radio - 820, 1500 AM Craig Heist (Sports) 3400 Idaho Avenue, NW Washington, D.C. 20016 (202) 895-5086 FAX: 895-5144 WNAV Radio - 1430 AM/99.9 FM 236 Admiral Drive Annapolis, Md. 21401 (410) 263-1430 FAX: 268-5360 WNST Radio - 1570 AM Glenn Clark (Program Director) 1550 Hart Road Towson, Md. 21286 (410) 821-9678 FAX: 828-4698 WXTG Radio - 102.1 FM/1490 AM 232 Business Park Drive Suite 120 Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 (757) 747-1021 FAX: 490-2755 ESPN 980 (WTEM) Andy Pollin (Sports Director) 1801 Rockville Pike Suite #405 Rockville, Md. 20852 (301) 230-3500 FAX: 881-8025

Television

CBS Sports Network 28 E. 28th Street 15th Floor New York, NY 10016 (212) 975-5100/FAX: 679-4657 Comcast SportsNet Joe Yasharoff (Assignment Manager) 7700 Wisconsin Avenue Suite 200 Bethesda, Md. 20814 (240) 497-3434/Fax: 301/718-3324 WBAL-TV Channel 11 (NBC) Gerry Sandusky (Sports Director) 3800 Hooper Avenue Baltimore, Md. 21211 (410) 338-1750/FAX: 467-6671 WBFF-TV Channel 45 (FOX) Bruce Cunningham (Sports Director) 2000 West 41st Street Baltimore, Md. 21211 (410) 467-5595/FAX: 467-5093 WJLA-TV Channel 7 (ABC) Tim Brant (Sports Director) 1100 Wilson Boulevard Arlington, Va. 22209 (703) 236-9499/FAX: 236-9263 WJZ-TV Channel 13 (CBS) Mark Viviano (Sports Director) Television Hill Baltimore, Md. 21211 (410) 578-7522/FAX: 578-0642 WMAR-TV Channel 2 (ABC) 6400 York Road Baltimore, Md. 21212 (410) 377-7558/FAX: 377-5321 WRC-TV Channel 4 (NBC) 4001 Nebraska Ave., NW Washington, D.C. 20016 (202) 885-4870/FAX: 885-4002 WTTG-TV Channel 5 (FOX) 5151 Wisconsin Ave., NW Washington, D.C. 20016 (202) 895-3026/FAX: 895-3133 WUSA-TV Channel 9 (CBS) Brett Haber (Sports Director) 4100 Wisconsin Ave.., NW Washington, D.C. 20016 (202) 895-5600/FAX: 363-6472


NAVY RADIO NETWORK Naval Academy Director of Athletics Chet Gladchuk announced May 29th that Pete Medhurst will take over the football play-by-play duties on the Navy Radio Network. Medhurst replaces Bob Socci, who was hired by the New England Patriots in the spring as their radio voice after serving that role for 15 years at the Naval Academy. “I’m thankful and humbled for this opportunity and I appreciate Mr. Gladchuk for believing that I can handle this very prestigious position,” said Medhurst. “I’ve had the opportunity to work with Naval Academy student-athletes, coaches and administrators for the previous 15 years and there is not a better broadcasting job in the country. I can promise Navy fans that I’m going to work as hard as I’ve ever worked to uphold the standard that’s been set by such previous great Navy play-by-play announcers like Tony Roberts, Steve Buckhantz and Bob Socci.” “Pete is a seasoned veteran of more than 15 years who has always displayed professionalism, intelligence, great insights and a passion for Navy sports,” said Gladchuk. “His enthusiasm for this opportunity is overwhelming and I am certain he will convey our message with resounding success.” Medhurst, who will join analyst and former Navy football player Omar Nelson (’97) in the booth, has been with the Navy Radio Network since 1997 handling pregame, postgame and sideline duties for football and play-by-play for men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s lacrosse and baseball. He will continue his role with those sports as well. Medhurst, born and raised in Anne Arundel County and a graduate of Southern High School, has been the play-by-play announcer for Navy basketball for the past five seasons and has been the voice of Navy Lacrosse for the last 15 years. He is widely considered one of the top lacrosse announcers in the country. Medhurst has also handled football play-by-play duties for HDNet and CBS Sports Network and lacrosse for ESPNU. He is currently a sports personality on WJFK-WNEW/CBS Radio in Washington, DC. Omar Nelson is in his 12th year as a member of the Navy Radio Network and his 11th as the full-time color analyst.

Nelson is a 1997 graduate of the Naval Academy, where he helped lead the Midshipmen to a 9-3 record and a victory over California in the Aloha Bowl. Nelson won three varsity letters at fullback for the Mids. Upon graduation, Nelson reported to Surface Warfare Officer School in Newport, R.I., and then served as the First Division Officer onboard the USS Denver (LPD-9) from August 1998-July 2000. In January of 2000, Nelson deployed for six months to the Persian Gulf with the Denver for Operation Southern Watch. Nelson also served as the Auxiliaries Officer onboard the USS Sides (FFG-14) from November 2000-May 2002. In February of 2002, Nelson deployed with the Sides in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Nelson reported back to the Academy in June 2002 to work in the Seamanship and Navigation Department and taught Strategy and Tactics and Seamanship and Navigation as well as serving as the Officer in Charge of a Yard Patrol Craft training midshipmen. Nelson received an Honorable Discharge from the Navy on June 30, 2004, and currently works for Pfizer, Inc. as a healthcare representative in Bel Air, Md. He is married to the former Kelli Christmas, and the couple has two children. Joe Miller, who has been involved with the Navy Radio Network since 2001, will replace Medhurst on the sideline at football games. Miller, who was also born and raised in Anne Arundel County and is a Southern High School graduate, has worked with Medhurst on the football pregame and postgame shows and has been the play-by-play announcer for Navy men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s soccer and baseball. He has also done sideline work during the football games. “I’m really excited and grateful to get this opportunity to not only cover a quality football program, but to work with two quality individuals and broadcasters like Pete and Omar,” said Miller. Miller was the play-by-play announcer for Johns Hopkins lacrosse from 2004-12 where he called four NCAA Lacrosse Championships. Additionally, he’s also called Maryland lacrosse on the Maryland Radio Network and has served as play-by-play announcer on the Comcast Network.

The Navy Football Radio Network

WBAL Baltimore, Md. 1090 AM WNAV Annapolis, Md. 1430 AM/99.9 FM WFED Washington, D.C. 1500 AM/820 AM WBQH Washington, D.C. 1050 AM WXTG Virginia Beach, Va. 102.1 FM WXTG Hampton Roads, Va. 1490 AM Sirius Satellite Radio and live streaming on the web sites of the network stations.

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STADIUM POLICIES Age Limit Policy Children under the age of two, who are sitting on the lap of an adult, do not need a valid game ticket. Children who have reached their second birthday must have a valid game ticket to gain entrance to the stadium and are permitted seating access only in their ticketed location. Alcohol Alcoholic beverages are not permitted in the stadium except in the suites and other designated hospitality areas. Athletic Excellence Hospitality Terrace Enjoy complimentary food and beverages while socializing with Navy’s varsity head coaches and other invited guests, all from a premium viewing location reserved exclusively for Fleet Club, Rip Miller Society and Friends of Navy Athletics contributors to The Fund for Athletic Excellence. The Athletic Excellence Hospitality Terrace opens at halftime and remains open through the end of regulation. For more information, call Steve O’Brien at (410) 293-3767.

Merchandise Merchandise is available on both the Blue & Gold Concourse (upper and lower) as well as the trailer outside the main ticket office located at the north end of the stadium. NavyFest Planning a corporate, family or friendly group outing? Organize it in conjunction with Navy Football and a NavyFest Tailgate. From your game ticket to a buffet lunch from one of our preferred caterers, everything can be provided as you experience one of the best tailgating traditions in college football. Simply select a game, estimate the number of people in your group (minimum number is 20 people) and contact the Navy Group Sales Office at (410) 293-8743 or (410) 293-8791 to help you plan the rest. It is sure to be a memorable day for you and all of your guests.

ATMs The Navy Federal Credit Union ATMs are located on both the Blue and Gold lower concourses.

Non-permissible Items Bottles (glass or plastic), cans, thermoses, coolers, alcoholic beverages, outside food or drink, bags or backpacks larger than 12x12x12, folding chairs, umbrellas, professional cameras and tripods, noise makers, hanging banners/signs/sticks, chains, illegal substances, laser pointers, clothing containing vulgar language, large strollers, fireworks, aerosol cans, pets, pepper spray, firearms and any item deemed by management to be dangerous or inappropriate.

Captains B.B.Q. Enjoy a hearty tailgate and a terrific view of all the pregame festivities inside the stadium in a large private tent reserved just for the Captain’s B.B.Q. One of the Athletic Association’s Preferred Caterers will provide the finest tailgate cuisine for only $35 (not including game ticket) for 2 1/2 hours prior to kickoff. The Captain’s B.B.Q. is great for your family, friends or colleagues. For more information, call (800) 874-6289.

Perimeter Tailgating Perimeter tailgating spots around the parking lots of Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium are available for $300 for the season or $75 for one game use. Priority for tailgate spots will be given to alumni and Midshipmen and the remaining spots will be available for public use. Naval Academy Athletic Association preferred caterers, tent company and vendors must be used. Please call (410) 293-8785 for more information.

Concessions Concession stands are conveniently located throughout the stadium in the concourse areas. Vendors and vending stations will serve the stands throughout the game.

Smoking Policy Smoking is allowed only in the open-air areas in the Memorial Plaza at the north end of the Stadium and near the concession stand buildings at the south end of the Stadium near the two large Blue and Gold tents. Smoking is prohibited in all other areas of the Stadium.

E-Cruisers Courtesy Carts Look for the eco-friendly E-Cruisers courtesy carts circulating through the parking lots and tailgating areas. These carts are available to assist you with getting around the parking lot and to and from the stadium as needed. Please do not hesitate to stop one of these carts to ask for assistance. First Aid Emergency medical treatment is available at the first aid stations located on the lower and upper levels on both the Blue and Gold sides. On the Blue side, the first aid stations are located on the South end behind sections 1 and 101. On the Gold side, first aid stations are located on the North end behind sections 25 and 125. Also available are emergency medical teams on both the upper and lower levels on both sides of the stadium on a roving basis. Contact the nearest usher to request medical assistance. Gates Open Gates at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium open two hours before kickoff. Handicapped Seating & Parking Specially constructed areas to accommodate wheelchair spectators are located throughout the lower level of the stadium. Specific tickets are needed to access these areas. Please contact or visit the Navy Ticket Office to arrange seating accommodations. Parking is available on the East and the West sides of the stadium to those with both a pre-paid parking pass and a state-issued handicapped license plate or placard. Lost & Found Items lost or found can be identified at the ticket office located in the North end zone. Lost items not claimed on game day can be claimed by calling (800)US4-NAVY.

Tailgating Tailgating is allowed for all cars parking in the stadium lots. Tailgating is permitted directly behind your car and may not interfere with adjacent parking spaces and/or traffic lanes. Reserving parking spaces adjacent to your car in the parking lots is not permitted. Please refrain from littering in the parking lot and throw trash in the proper receptacles. Fans who do not exercise their tailgating privileges in a responsible manner will face forfeiture of their parking pass for the remainder of the season and possible cancellation of season ticket privileges for future seasons. Organized and private tailgate locations are available on a game-by-game or season basis in the NavyFest area. For more information contact the Navy Group Sales Office at (410) 293-8743 or (410) 293-8791. Tickets Tickets may be purchased either at the Navy Ticket Office (Ricketts Hall) or www. NavySports.com in advance, or on game day at the main ticket office located at the Class of 1953 Pavilion in the North end zone of the stadium. The ticket office opens 2 1/2 hours prior to kickoff. Ticket Questions All ticket questions or problems can be answered at the main ticket office located at the Class of 1953 Pavilion in the North end zone of the stadium. Ticket duplications must be handled at the ticket office. Umbrellas Umbrellas are not permitted in Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.

2013 Navy Footba­ll Media Guide The 2013 Navy football media guide was prepared to assist the media in its coverage of Navy football. Additional information may be obtained through the Sports Information Office (410) 293-8775 or on the Navy web site (www.NavySports.com). Credits Writers: Scott Strasemeier and Stacie Michaud • Layout/Cover Design: Mark Leddy • Editors: Scott Strasemeier, Stacie Michaud, Justin Kischefsky, Jeff Barnes and Matt Muzza • Photographers: Phil Hoffmann, the Baltimore Sun, the Green Bay Packers, the New England Patriots, Kevin Greck, Blake Marvin HKS, John Cornell, David Wallace, Debbie Latta, Imagine Photography, Naval Academy Archives, the Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitors Bureau and Flying H Aerial Pictures. © 2013 Naval Academy Athletic Association

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