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Cardinal Football eNewsletter 2011 Season / Volume 9

Cardinals Defeat No. 15 Wayne State, 28-20 DETROIT, Mich. - The Saginaw Valley State University football team defeated the No. 15 Wayne State University Warriors with a 28-20 victory in a key Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference contest for both schools today (Oct. 29). Wayne State would take an early 7-0 on a 1-yard run by Josh Renel after Saginaw Valley was forced to punt on its opening possession. The Cardinals would start to get their offense going in the second quarter as Meijer "Player of the Game" Jonathon Jennings (Columbus, Ohio/Westerville South HS) found the endzone on a 4-yard run to even the score at 7-7. Jennings set up his touchdown run one play earlier with a 65-yard pass to Nick Gallina (Troy, Mich.). The Warriors would retake the 14-7 lead on a 6-yard run by Toney Davis, but the Cardinals would answer right back on a 26-yard pass from Jennings to the speedy Jeff Janis (Tawas City, Mich./Tawas Area HS) in the corner of the endzone to even the score at 14-14. Jennings finished the afternoon 25-of-33 passing for 338 yards and two touchdowns, including two more touchdowns on the ground. Saginaw Valley took their first lead of the game, 21-14, with 43 seconds left in the half when Jennings and Janis hooked up for the second time in the quarter this time on a 39-yard strike. Janis would catch five passes for 109 yards and two touchdowns on the afternoon. The Warriors added a field goal as time expired to cut the Cardinal advantage to 21-17 at halftime. After exchanging punts to start the second half, Wayne State would kick their second field goal of the game to pull within one at 21-20. Saginaw Valley would extend their lead to 28-20 on a Jennings 1-yard touchdown run that capped an 11-play, 96-yard drive that took 6:23 off the clock in the fourth quarter.


The Cardinal defense closed out the contest as they forced the Warriors into a threeand-out before ending the game with a turnover on downs. The defense was led by junior linebacker Grant Caserta (Holland, Mich./West Ottawa HS) who recorded nine tackles in the victory, including two tackles-for-loss. Senior Darius Middlebrooks (Indianapolis, Ind./Indiana State University) added eight tackles and a sack in the road victory for Saginaw Valley. With the victory the Cardinals improve to 6-2 on the season and in the GLIAC, while the Warriors fall to 7-2 on the season and 6-2 in the conference. The Cardinals are now tied atop the GLIAC conference standings. Source: http://athletics.svsu.edu/sports/fball/2011-12/releases/20111029cchen7

Saginaw Valley Ranked 4th in Super Region 3 The top 6 teams in each region at the end of the regular season qualify for a berth in the NCAA DII Playoffs.

GLIAC North Division Standings Conf All School Games Games Indianapolis 6-2 7-2 Saginaw Valley 6-2 6-2 Grand Valley 5-3 6-3 Ferris State 4-4 5-4 Michigan Tech 4-4 5-4 N. Michigan 3-5 4-5 Northwood 1-7 2-7

Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Super Region 3 Team Region CSU-Pueblo 8-0 Nebraska-Kearney 8-1 St. Cloud 7-1 Saginaw Valley 6-2 Minnesota Duluth 7-2 Ashland 6-3 Wayne State 7-2 Indianapolis 7-2 Minnesota State 7-2 Hillsdale 6-3

GLIAC Standings

GLIAC Scoreboard – October 29th Saginaw Valley 28, Wayne State 20 Ohio Dominican 38, Lake Erie 30 Ashland 34, Findlay 19 Hillsdale 14, Northwood 10 Northern Michigan 59, Tiffin 3 Indianapolis 24, Ferris State 17

Overall 9-0 8-1 8-1 6-2 7-2 6-3 7-2 7-2 7-2 6-3

GLIAC South Division Standings Conf All School Games Games Wayne State 6-2 7-2 Ashland 6-2 6-3 Hillsdale 6-2 6-3 Findlay 5-3 5-4 Ohio Dominican 4-4 5-4 Lake Erie 0-8 1-8 Tiffin 0-8 0-9

GLIAC Schedule – November 5th Northern Michigan at Saginaw Valley Wayne State at Indianapolis Lake Erie at Tiffin Ohio Dominican at Ashland Ferris State at Michigan Tech Hillsdale at Findlay 2


Grand Valley 24, Michigan Tech 20

Grand Valley at Northwood

Recap of Week #8: Wayne State University SVSU vs. Wayne State

Cardinals 28 Warriors 20 Box Score Saginaw Valley Wayne State

Q1 0 7

Q2 21 10

Q3 0 3

Q4 7 0

Final 28 20

Scoring Summary: Prd

Time

Scoring Summary

SV-WS

1

7:56

0-7

2

11:06

2

7:18

2

2:58

2

0:44

2

0:00

3

1:09

4

4:57

Wayne St. (Mich.) - Josh Renel 2 yd run. (Stef. Terleckyj kick is good). Drive: 11 plays, 49 yards in 5:04. Saginaw Valley - J. Jennings 3 yd run. (Scott Stanford kick is good). Drive: 5 plays, 91 yards in 2:04. Wayne St. (Mich.) - Toney Davis 6 yd run. (Stef. Terleckyj kick is good). Drive: 8 plays, 51 yards in 3:45. Saginaw Valley - Jeff Janis 22 yd pass from J. Jennings. (Scott Stanford kick is good). Drive: 10 plays, 70 yards in 4:14. Saginaw Valley - Jeff Janis 39 yd pass from J. Jennings. (Scott Stanford kick is good). Drive: 6 plays, 86 yards in 1:14. Wayne St. (Mich.) - Stef. Terleckyj 35 yd field goal. Drive: 5 plays, 43 yards in 0:36. Wayne St. (Mich.) - Stef. Terleckyj 23 yd field goal. Drive: 12 plays, 63 yards in 5:21. Saginaw Valley - J. Jennings 1 yd run. (Scott Stanford kick is good). Drive: 11 plays, 96 yards in 6:23.

7-7

Brian Johnson (LB, So, #41, son of Brian and Karen) and Grant Caserta (LB, JR, #47, son of Jim and Deb) converge on the ball carrier to make the stop.

7 - 14

14 - 14

21 - 14

21 - 17

Kevin Dexter (OL, JR, #71, son of Mike and Cindy) looks on.

21 - 20

28 - 20

Parent Club Makes the Road Game a Home Game by filling the stands with Cardinal fans!

Nate Hoyle (TE, JR, #80, son of Jeff and Cindy) looks to the sideline for the next play call. Also pictured is Nick DiPalma (OL, SR, #74).

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Team Statistics: Saginaw Valley

Statistics

22 14 7 1 58% (7 of 12) 0% (0 of 0)

FIRST DOWNS Passing Rushing Penalty THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY FOURTH DOWN EFFICIENCY NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts Net yards per pass play Sacked:Number-Yards Had intercepted NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average gain per rush PUNTS: Number-Yards Average TOTAL RETURN YARDS Punt Returns:No-Yards Kickof Returns:No-Yards Int. Returns:No-Yards PENALTIES: No-Yards FUMBLES: No-Lost SACKS: No-Yards INTERCEPTIONS: No-Yards TIME OF POSSESSION

338 25-33 10.2 2 for 4 0 174 39 4.5 4 for 146 36.5 32 1 for -1 3 for 33 0 for 0 2 for 20 2-1 2 for 15 0 for 0 32:33:00

Wayne St. (Mich.) 15 8 7 0 38% (6 of 16) 50% (1 of 2) 111 10-30 3.7 2 for 15 0 134 37 3.6 7 for 318 45.4 98 0 for 0 4 for 98 0 for 0 3 for 18 0-0 2 for 4 0 for 0 27:27:00

Vince DeAgostino (TE, RFR, #85, son of Daniel) gets set.

Paul Webb (DL, SR, #58, son of David and Vicki) closes in on the Warrior running back.

Individual Statistics: Passing J. Jennings

CP-AT 25-33

YDS 338

TD 2

INT 0

Rushing Tim Hogue J. Jennings Ronnie Lark Nick Gallina Team

ATT 13 9 12 3 2

YDS 93 39 26 21 -5

AVG 7.2 4.3 2.2 7 -2.5

LG 47 21 11 16 0

Kicking Scott Stanford

FG 0/1

LG 0

XP 4/4

PTS 4

Punting Avery Steinlage

NO 4

YDS 146

AVG 36.5

LG 45

TD 0 2 0 0 0

TB 1

Grant Caserta (LB, JR, #47, son of Jim and Deb), Ryan Busch (DL, SO, #98, son of Jim and Kelly), and Nate Snyder (DE, JR, #94, son of Jack and Leslie) get set to stop the WSU offense. -20 0

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Receiving

NO YDS AVG LG If you have Cardinal Fever‌

TD

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Jeff Janis Nick Gallina Mark Thrash Tim Hogue B. Williams Ronnie Lark Nathan Hoyle Mike Peterson Zach Cecich M. Albrecht Brandon Hayes

5 3 5 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 2

109 84 45 41 15 15 14 9 7 4 -5

21.8 28 9 10.2 15 15 14 9 7 4 -2.5

39 65 17 14 15 15 14 9 7 4 0

2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Kickoffs Scott Stanford

NO 5

YDS 270

AVG 54

TB 0

OB 1

Kickoff Returns Tim Hogue Major Metcalf

NO 2 1

YDS 22 11

AVG 11 11

LG 12 11

TD 0 0

Punt Returns Major Metcalf

NO 1

YDS -1

AVG -1

LG 0

TD 0

Fumbles J. Jennings

NO 2

# 47 20 5 26 58 94 10 23 24 41 2 4 8 17 40 97 98

Saginaw Valley Grant Caserta D. Middlebrooks Jeff Heath Major Metcalf Paul Webb Nate Snyder Noah Sumpter Caleb Higbie Isaac Zimmer Brian Johnson David Toussaint DeAngelo Parris B. Williams Nick Gallina Murtada Jabbie Mason Duke Ryan Busch TOTALS

LOST 1

Solo 8 6 5 4 5 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 41

O-D REC

Defensive Statistics SacksAst Total Yds 1 9 2 8 1-7 1 6 1 5 0 5 2 3 0 2 0 2 0 2 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1-8 0 1 1 1 1 1 10 51 2-15

TFLYds 2-4 1-7 1-1 1-8 5-20

BrUp

QBH 1

1

2

1

2

1 4

Source: http://athletics.svsu.edu/sports/fball/2011-12/boxscores/20111029_ys61.xml

Photo Recap of the Wayne State Game 6


<<<Captains of the Game Paul Webb (DL, SR, #58, son of David and Vicki) and Frank Toarmina (OL, SR, #60, son of Lou and Gina) handle the coin toss for the Cardinals.

Zach Cecich (TE, JR, #89, son of David and Elizabeth) and Jeff Heath (DB, JR, #5, son of Mike and Dianne) are seen above. <<<Michael Albrecht (WR, SO, #3, son of Steve and Ellen) runs after the catch.

Isaac Zimmer (DB, JR, #24, son of Rick and Renee), Brandon Hayes (RB, SR, #6, son of Clark and Kerry), and Trevor Wiitanen (OL, RFR, #63, son of Mike and Becky) warm up for the second half.

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Cardinals Defeat Wayne State 28 - 20

Upcoming Game of the Week: N. Michigan University 8


Saginaw Valley State University Cardinals 2011 Ranking: 24th – D2Football.com

vs.

Northern Michigan University Warriors 2011 Ranking: Not Ranked

2011 Record: 6-2-0 2011 Record: 4-5-0 2010 Record: 4-7-0 2010 Record: 5-6-0 Conference: GLIAC Conference: GLIAC Head Coach: Jim Collins Head Coach: Bernie Anderson 2010 Game Score: SVSU 24, Northern Michigan 17 (November 6, 2010) SVSU holds a 14-17-0 all time record against Northern Michigan Lou’s Prediction: SVSU 35 – Northern Michigan 14; Lou says “Did you see how much Northern scored this past week? Still, I'm gonna go 35 to 14 SVSU. Our defense gets better every week and the offense is in sync.” (By Lou Toarmina - father of Frank Toarmina, OL, SR, #60).

Senior Night Information Attention all Senior Parents! Senior Night celebrates the Senior Class of Cardinals on the 2011 team. All Seniors will be introduced on the field immediately before the KickOff at 7:00PM at the Northern Michigan game. All Seniors and their Parents are to meet at the inflatable Cardinal at 6:30PM for preparation of this celebratory event. Be sure to have your cameras ready!

GO CARDINALS! Get Your Grand Valley Tickets Now! Attention Cardinal Football fans! It is recommended to purchase your tickets online prior to the Grand Valley game to ensure you have entrance into the big game. To order tickets online go to http://www.gvsulakers.com/tickets/fb-tix.html Follow the prompts on your screen to “Order Online” tickets. Hope to see you all there!

Order Your 2011 Commemorative eNewsletter 9


Bound Edition Coffee-Table Book Now The SVSU Cardinal Football Parents Club is offering Cardinal fans a limited edition printing of all of the Cardinal Football eNewsletters. The eNewsletters will be merged into one bound edition coffee-table book. This special bound edition booklet will include bonus photos from each game and it will be a great way to keep the memories of the 2011 season alive for years to come. The cost is only $35.00 per copy. We will only be printing one run of the eNewsletter so act now to get your order in. We are also selling additional 2011 Photo DVD copies for $15.00 per copy. The 2010 Photo DVD had over 1,100 photos! Each Parent Club membership receives a free copy of the Photo DVD. Orders & payment must be received by Dec. 30, 2011. To order complete the form below, include a check payable to SVSU Cardinal Football Parents Club, and mail it to SVSU CAC - Pamela Clifford, 7400 Bay Road, SCA, University Center, MI 48710. If you have questions send us an email at Info@SVSUParentsClub.com. DETACH AND MAIL BACK WITH YOUR ORDER

2011 Commemorative Cardinal Football eNewsletter - Bound Edition Official Order Form Number of Bound Editions _____________

X $35.00 = $__________

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Address:

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Bound editions or additional 2011 Season Photo DVDâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s can be reserved by emailing us at Info@SVSUParentsClub.com. All payments must be received by December 28, 2011 to complete your order. All copies will be distributed at the Football Banquet. Copies will be mailed out if the banquet is held in 2012 or you are unable to attend the banquet. Make checks payable to: SVSU Cardinal Football Parents Club Mail payment to: SVSU CAC - Pamela Clifford 7400 Bay Road, SCA, University Center, MI 48710.

Jersey and Window Decal Fundraiser 10


Wendy LaCourt (mom of Wes LaCourt, OL, SO, #70) will be handing out jerseys and window decals at the Northern Michigan game this Saturday to anyone who preordered them. She will hand them out behind the home press-box near the Cardinal Athletic Club tent. Thanks a ton Wendy for all your hard work on this fund raiser!

GET PHOTOS OF YOUR FAVORITE PLAYER! Please direct your attention to the link on our website for SCHOELLES PHOTOGRAPHY Paul and Lynda Schoelles (grandparents of Michael Albrecht, WR, SO, #3) have graciously offered their expert skills in photographing the SVSU Cardinals in action. Their professional photos of your players can be found on the link on the Parent Club website homepage (SVSUParentsClub.com). These photos are for purchase and ALL PROCEEDS go directly to the Parent Club for this years equipment purchase to be donated at the banquet at the end of the 2011 season.

Contact Us Mailing Address: Website Address: Email Address: President: Treasurer: Fundraiser:

SVSU Cardinal Football Parents Club 1950 Worcester Drive Oxford, MI 48371 SVSUParentsClub.com Info@SVSUParentsClub.com Susie Lixey Frank Roller Wendy LaCourt

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