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2011 FHSU SENIORS

#1 Korey Allison

#6 Ricky Jacques

#11 Blake McAhren

#17 Anthony Smith

#32 Ethan Kosjer

#40 Alex Whitehill

#41 Nick Dreitz

#43 Brock Einspahr

#63 Mitchell Paneno

#65 Casey Sorrell

#78 Lamar Leon

#86 Grant Brown

#88 Chase Leake

#89 Eric Jusko

#93 Cameron Shelton

#97 Ernesto Martinez


TABLE OF CONTENTS

A MEMBER

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2011 Seniors Table of Contents

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Coaches Head Coach Chris Brown Assistant Coaches

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Players 2011 Roster Pronunciation Guide 2011 Outlook Returning Player Profiles Newcomer Profiles Roster Breakdown

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Review 2010 Season Review 2010 Final Statistics 2010 Game-By-Game Statistics

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The MIAA 2010 Standings 2010 Postseason Awards 2010 Individual Leaders 2010 Team Statistics About The MIAA MIAA All-Time Champions MIAA Teams in the NCAA Playoffs MIAA Member Information

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Media Information 2010 Record Setters 2011 Schedule

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Fort Hays State University Hays, Kansas 67601 1902 9,000 NCAA Division II Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association Tigers Black & Gold Dr. Edward H. Hammond Curtis Hammeke Lewis Field Stadium (6,362) Poligras (785) 628-4050 1902 407-466-56 3 Texas A&M-Kingsville Lost 59-28 in 1995 NCAA Division II First Round Ryan Prickett (785) 628-5903 rpricket@fhsu.edu (785) 628-4383 (785) 628-5800 or 628-5316 www.fhsuathletics.com Chris Brown Pittsburg State University, 1996 0-0 (First year) Weekday Mornings

Team Information 2010 Overall Record 2010 Conference Record/Finish Starters Returning Starters Lost

3-8 1-8 MIAA/10th 11 (4 Off / 5 Def / 2 Spec) 14 (8 Off / 6 Def / 0 Spec)

HISTORY

Coaching Staff Head Coach Alma Mater, Year Career/Record at FHSU (Years) Best Time To Contact

RECORDS

Sports Information Sports Information Director SID Office Phone SID Email SID Fax Press Box Phone Fort Hays State Athletics Website

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• 2011 Fort Hays State Football Media Guide written, edited, and designed by Ryan Prickett, FHSU Sports Information Director. • Guide also edited by Doug Self, FHSU Sports Information Graduate Assistant, and Stacy Prickett. • Outside covers designed by Jared Schiel, FHSU Foundation. • Player and coach photos, action photos and campus photos are credited to Mitch Weber, FHSU CTELT. • Statistical research and historical research provided by Ryan Prickett, Doug Self, Jason McCullough (former FHSU SID), Trent Smith and Lynn Womack (former sports information assistants) and Rich Topp. • Guide printed by Fort Hays State University Printing Services.

History FHSU Conference Champions FHSU NCAA Division II All-Americans FHSU Individual Honors Yearly Summary Coaching History Series Records Tigers in Professional Football Season-By-Season Results

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Head Coach Chris Brown (left) and senior linebacker Alex Whitehill (right)

CREDITS

School City, State, Zip Founded Enrollment Affiliation Conference Nickname Colors President Athletic Director Stadium (Capacity) Playing Surface Ticket Office Phone First Year of Football Overall All-Time Record Years In National Playoffs Last Playoff Opponent

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Records Rushing Records Passing Records Receiving Records Total Offense Records All-Purpose Yards Records Punting Records Kick Return Records Punt Return Records Scoring Records Defensive Records Yearly Leaders Team Records

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Football Facilities Lewis Field Stadium Hubbard Press Box Tiger Locker Room Meeting Rooms Indoor Facility

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Fort Hays State University About Fort Hays State University FHSU President - Dr. Edward H. Hammond FHSU Athletics Staff Athletics Staff Directory Academic Majors at FHSU FHSU Athletic Facilities

Opponents Emporia State Truman Southwest Baptist Northwest Missouri State Lincoln Pittsburg State Central Missouri Central Oklahoma Washburn Missouri Southern Missouri Western 2011 Opponent Series History

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Founded in 1902 on the plains of Western Kansas, Fort Hays State University is the second youngest of the six state universities. FHSU celebrated its centennial in 2002. From a humble but exciting beginning, when just two faculty members and a 19-course curriculum greeted 34 students, our university has grown to a faculty of nearly 300, a support staff of 250 and a student body of 9,000. The university now offers hundreds of courses in each of its four main colleges — Education, Arts and Sciences, Business and Leadership, and Health and Life Sciences — and the Graduate School. The FHSU Virtual College provides many of the courses through various media to sites across Kansas and beyond. FHSU is governed by a Board of Regents appointed by the governor of the state of Kansas. FHSU is located in Hays, the largest city in northwest Kansas. Hays began as a wild frontier town and has grown into a progressive community of about 20,000 people. The old and new blend beautifully to form a city that is small enough to be comfortable yet large enough to provide abundant cultural, commercial and entertainment opportunities. In 1996, Hays was recognized as an All-America City. The university sits on a campus of 4,160 acres of land that once was part of the historic Fort Hays frontier military post, and it recently expanded to include the relocated Sternberg Museum of Natural History on a site adjacent to Interstate 70 in northeast Hays. Big Creek, with its shady, grassy banks, meanders through the main campus, providing a tranquil learning atmosphere and serving as a natural laboratory for students in the biological sciences. With its stately limestone buildings and profuse flowers, trees and shrubs, our campus has often been called the prettiest in Kansas. FHSU is academically superior to many comparable universities, offers students an electronic learning and living environment, and is richly endowed by heritage and tradition. Students come to our university for a multitude of reasons, but surveys show that their overwhelming reason is “the university’s reputation for academic excellence and its caring faculty.” The university supports one of the most extensive and successful intercollegiate sports programs of any comparably sized college or university in America, boasting numerous All-American athletes and national championships. More than 350 athletes compete annually in eight men’s and eight women’s sports. FHSU is a member of the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association, which comprises 10 schools from the states of Kansas and Missouri. The university also serves as the cultural center of western Kansas, featuring fine arts exhibitions, performing arts presentations by faculty, students and traveling professional troupes, and a Presidential Lecture Series.

Dr. Edward H. Hammond - Fort Hays State President Dr. Edward H. Hammond is the eighth President of Fort Hays State University. A man of boundless enthusiasm and energy whose style is upbeat and progressive, Dr. Hammond was born in McAllen, Texas, but raised in the Kansas City area. Prior to his current post, President Hammond gained educational experiences and shared his expertise at the universities of Louisville, Seton Hall, Southern Illinois, Purdue, and Missouri-Columbia. The President holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Emporia State University and a Ph.D. from the University of Missouri-Columbia. President Hammond has been extremely active since assuming the leadership of the university in the summer of 1987. He laid the groundwork for a cooperative educational initiative between FHSU and the community colleges in western Kansas. He has watched his dream to totally computerize the campus become a reality and created an organization comprised of business and community leaders from 54 western Kansas counties and helped to establish scholarship programs for potential minority school teachers at Garden City and Liberal. Dr. Hammond has played a major role in furthering economic development in Hays and western Kansas and introduced a voice mail system that vaulted the foreign language efforts of FHSU into an elite class. He prompted the completion of the Beach/ Schmidt Performing Arts Center for the cultural development of the area and launched the expansion of Sternberg Museum to its new location on Interstate 70. He obtained federal and state funding for the university’s new $12 million science building and completed a $20 million capital campaign to raise private monies for the enhancement of many university programs. President Hammond has been published widely and is in demand nationally as an educational consultant because of his expertise in risk management, staff and institutional liability, sexual harassment, and alcohol education issues. Hammond is married to the former Mary Sprenkel. Hammond has two daughters, Kelly and Julie, and one son, Lance.


FORT HAYS STATE ATHLETICS STAFF Carolyn Bird - Associate Athletic Director/ Senior Women’s Administrator Carolyn Bird is in her 21st year at Fort Hays State University as Associate Athletic Director and Senior Women’s Administrator. Bird is also the head of NCAA Compliance and all student-athlete services at FHSU. Bird has served on several Fort Hays State, Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association and national committees. Bird received both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in History from Fort Hays State University. She and her husband, John, have four children and three grandchildren.

Ryan Prickett - Sports Information Director

Brett Parker

Craig Shaw

Mark Johnson

Tony Hobson

Chas Thompson

Men’s & Women’s Cross Country

Men’s Soccer

Women’s Soccer

Men’s Basketball

Women’s Basketball

Wrestling

Steve Johnson

Erin Kinberger

Baseball

Softball

Dennis Weber

Brian Flax

Brad Jordan

Rich Guffey

Stephanie Dechant

Jan Cutright

Men’s & Women’s Track & Field

Tennis

Men’s Golf

Women’s Golf

Administrative Specialist

Bookkeeper

HISTORY

Jason McCullough

Volleyball

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Kurt Kohler

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Brady Ternes - Head Athletic Trainer Tim Callahan is in his second year as Assistant Athletic Director for Brady Ternes is in his third year as head athletic trainer at Fort External Operations at Fort Hays State University. Prior to coming to Hays State University. Ternes served as the assistant athletic FHSU, Callahan spent two years at Emporia State University as the trainer at Fort Hays State from 2003 to 2009. Director of Athletic Marketing. He also spent time at the University of In addition to his athletic training responsibilities, Ternes teaches Nebraska Kearney & the University of North Texas; both positions athletic training courses in the Health & Human Performance were actively involved with running the day-to-day marketing Department. operations. Prior to FHSU, Ternes was a graduate assistant at GardnerHis primary duties include oversight of the corporate sponsorships Webb University in Boiling Springs, N.C. He earned a bachelor’s and advertising revenue for the athletic department while handling degree in Health and Human Performance from Fort Hays State supervisory duties for all external activities. He will also direct all marketing and and a master’s degree in Sport Science and Pedagogy from promotional efforts, print production, enhancement of game atmosphere & assist with all Gardner-Webb University. aspects of event management and operations. Ternes earned his NATABOC Certification in 2001 and is licensed as an athletic A native of Greeley, Nebraska, Callahan holds two degrees from the University of trainer by the Kansas State Board of Healing Arts. He is a member of the National Nebraska Kearney; a bachelors in Exercise Science in 2003 and Masters Degree in Sport Athletic Trainers Association and the Kansas Athletic Trainers Society. Administration in 2007. Brady and his wife, Lisa, currently reside in Hays.

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Tim Callahan - Assistant Athletic Director for External Operations

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Ryan Prickett is in his seventh year as Sports Information Director at Fort Hays State University. Prickett became the sports information director in June of 2005. He is the head media contact for all of Fort Hays State’s 18 intercollegiate athletic programs. Prickett has been involved in Fort Hays State’s sports information department for 12 years as a student assistant, graduate assistant, and now head director. He worked under former Fort Hays State Sports Information Directors Jack Kuestermeyer, Steve Webster Brad Haynes - Assistant Athletic Director for and Jason McCullough. Internal Operations Prickett is a member of the College Sports Information Directors of America Brad Haynes is in his fourth year as an Assistant Athletic Director (CoSIDA). He is responsible for writing, editing and designing all of Fort Hays State at Fort Hays State University. This is his first year as Assistant AD for University’s athletic publications. Prickett manages Fort Hays State’s athletic website, Internal Operations, after handling External Operations the previous www.fhsuathletics.com, and all statistical operations for each Tiger athletic program. two years. Haynes returned to Fort Hays State University in 2008 with Prickett has also served as the head media contact for Kansas State High School over 11 years of experience in sports administration. Activities Association State Championships hosted in Hays for football, volleyball, Haynes’ past administrative experiences include stops in minor wrestling, and boys and girls basketball. league baseball with Anaheim Angels and Texas Rangers affiliates, Prickett has gained national recognition by CoSIDA for his publications at Fort Hays minor league hockey with a Calgary Flames affiliate, and Division I State. He has garnered top 10 national finishes for media guides in football, volleyball, and II athletics (Texas Tech University and University of Nebraska at and men’s and women’s basketball. Most recently, he garnered two citations for Omaha). excellence in publications for the 2008-09 season with the women’s basketball media Haynes holds two degrees from Fort Hays State, a bachelor’s in Business Education guide finishing third and the men’s basketball media guide finishing fourth in the nation. and a master’s in Sports Administration. As he acquired his degrees, he was a baseball A native of Salina, Kan., Prickett earned a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education player (undergrad) and assistant coach (graduate) for now-athletic director Curtis in 2003, and a master’s degree in Sports Administration in 2005 from Fort Hays State Hammeke. Haynes’ family includes son Cyrus and daughter Heidi. University. Prickett and his wife, Stacy, currently reside in Hays.

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Curtis Hammeke was named the Director of Athletics at Fort Hays State University on May 20, 2004. Hammeke is in his second stint as an administrator at FHSU. He served as the Head Baseball Coach and Assistant Director of Athletics from 1991-1996. Hammeke spent the 2003-04 school year as the athletic director at Kansas Newman in Wichita, Kan. Before taking the Athletic Director position at Kansas Newman, Hammeke served as the director of athletics at Butler County Community College from 1998-2003. Before that, he was director of athletics at Great Bend High School for two years, beginning in 1996, after leaving his position at FHSU. Hammeke earned a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education from Fort Hays State University in 1985 and a master’s degree in Athletic Administration in 1993. The Great Bend, Kan., native played baseball for FHSU from 1983-1984. Hammeke also worked at Barton County Community College as Assistant Baseball Coach and Sports Information Director from 1987-1991 and as a writer for the Grand Island Daily Independent from 1986-1987. During his time as FHSU’s head baseball coach, Hammeke received the Louisville Slugger Award in 1995, a national coach of the year honor, and was named coach of the year by the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference and the Mile High Intercollegiate Baseball League. Hammeke and his wife, Annette, have three children—Andy, Alicia and Nicholas.

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Area Code: 785 Main campus switchboard number: (785) 628-4000 Athletic Department Phone: (785) 628-4050 Athletics Fax Number: (785) 628-4383

Fort Hays State Athletic Administration Position Athletic Director Assistant A.D. for Internal Operations Assistant A.D. for External Operations Associate A.D./SWA/Compliance Sports Information Director Administrative Specialist Bookkeeper Head Athletic Trainer Gross/Cunningham Complex Operations

Name Curtis Hammeke Brad Haynes Tim Callahan Carolyn Bird Ryan Prickett Stephanie Dechant Jan Cutright Brady Ternes Tom Wasinger

Phone 628-4353 628-5288 628-4429 628-4372 628-5903 628-4050 628-4394 628-5823 628-4199

E-mail chammeke@fhsu.edu behaynes@fhsu.edu tjcallahan@fhsu.edu cbird@fhsu.edu rpricket@fhsu.edu sdechant@fhsu.edu jcutrigh@fhsu.edu bternes@fhsu.edu twasinge@fhsu.edu

Fort Hays State Head Coaches Position FOOTBALL Head Coach VOLLEYBALL Head Coach CROSS COUNTRY Head Coach MEN’S SOCCER Head Coach WOMEN’S SOCCER Head Coach MEN’S BASKETBALL Head Coach WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Head Coach WRESTLING Head Coach BASEBALL Head Coach SOFTBALL Head Coach TRACK & FIELD Head Coach TENNIS Head Coach GOLF Head Men’s Coach Head Women’s Coach

Name

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E-mail

Chris Brown

628-4399

cjbrown9@fhsu.edu

Kurt Kohler

628-4392

knkohler@fhsu.edu

Jason McCullough

628-4352

jmccullo@fhsu.edu

Brett Parker

628-5471

bmparker2@fhsu.edu

Craig Shaw

628-5690

cashaw@fhsu.edu

Mark Johnson

628-4355

mjohnson@fhsu.edu

Tony Hobson

628-4375

thobson@fhsu.edu

Chas Thompson

628-5392

chthompson@fhsu.edu

Steve Johnson

628-4357

skjohnson5@fhsu.edu

Erin Kinberger

628-5885

ebkinberger@fhsu.edu

Dennis Weber

628-4390

dweber@fhsu.edu

Brian Flax

628-5854

bflax@fhsu.edu

Brad Jordan Richard Guffey

623-7171 628-6653

bjordan@eaglecom.net fhgolf@ruraltel.net

Academic Majors at Fort Hays State University Accounting Agricultural Business Agriculture Art Art Education Art History Associate of General Studies Athletic Training Beef Cattle Management Biology Biology and General Science Business Communication Business Education Chemistry Chemistry Education Communication Education Communication Studies Computer Networking and Telecommunications Computer Science Computer Science - Business Counselor Education (Master of Science) Criminal Justice Educational Administration (Master of Science) Elementary Education English English Education Finance General Studies

Geography/Geographic Information Systems Geology Graphic Design Health & Human Performance Health & Human Performance - Teaching History History Education Information Networking & Telecommunications Interdisciplinary Studies Interior Design Justice Studies Library Media Specialist Management Management Information Systems Marketing Master’s in Education Math Education Mathematics Media Studies Medical Diagnostic Imaging Modern Languages Music Music Education Music Performance Nursing Office Technology Organizational Leadership Philosophy

Physical Science Political Science Pre-Public Administration Pre-Dental Pre-Engineering Pre-Forestry Pre-Law Pre-Medicine Pre-Occupational Therapy Pre-Optometry Pre-Osteopathy Pre-Pharmacy Pre-Physical Therapy Pre-Podiatry Pre-Theology Pre-Veterinary Medicine Psychology Radiologic Technology Reading Specialist Social Work Sociology Special Education Specialist in Education (Education Administration) Speech-Language Pathology Studio Art Technology Leadership Technology Studies Telecommunications/Networking


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LEWIS FIELD STADIUM is the 6,362-seat home of the Tiger football team and track and field teams. The stadium was constructed in 1936 on what was formerly the Golden Belt Fairgrounds, and was named in honor of William Alexander Lewis, president of Fort Hays State University from 1913 to 1933. The native limestone structure was refurbished to its former glory in 1993 when 57 years of weathering was sandblasted away. The Poligras artificial surface installed in 2003, which plays similar to natural grass, replaced the old STADIA-Turf, which had been in use since 1993. Prior to the start of the 1996 season, seating was replaced throughout the stadium. The seating includes 1,000 chairback seats on the west side and new bench seating in the remainder of the stadium. A new Tiger locker room, coach offices, and player meeting rooms were completed in the summer of 2006 on the east side of the stadium. The new locker room has carpet flooring and individual lockers for 90 players. Offices and meeting rooms are located upstairs on the east side of the stadium. The 8-lane rubber and polyurethane Alex Francis track, named to honor the former Tiger track & field coach, was refurbished with a new red surface in 2003. The majority of field events are conducted outside the north wall.

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GROSS MEMORIAL COLISEUM is the home of the Fort Hays State men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball, wrestling and indoor track and field. The 6,814-seat arena was finished in August of 1973 at a cost of seven million dollars. The Tigers made the move across campus from Sheridan Coliseum which seated 2,000. Paul “Busch” Gross is the namesake of the Coliseum. Gross coached basketball at FHSU from 1930 to 1946. Major renovations are taking place in the coliseum in the summer of 2011 with the installation of a completely new playing surface and indoor track, and completely remodeled locker rooms for the men’s and women’s basketball teams. The old wood surface, which had been in place for at least a couple of decades, will be stripped down to the cement underneath and a more forgiving wood surface is being installed. A new track will be laid over the existing one around the outside of the wood playing surface. Remodeled locker rooms for the basketball teams are scheduled to be ready sometime in the fall of 2011. In the summer of 2008, changes were made with the addition of chairback seating on the lower level of the coliseum. Approximately 650 chairback seats were installed along the sidelines of the court. New composite retractable bleachers were installed on both ends of the court. The chairback seats and new bleachers replace the old wooden bleachers that encompassed the entire lower level. Prior to the start of the 2006-07 season, the wood playing floor was resurfaced to reflect the Tigers’ affiliation with the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association. A new Tiger logo is located in the circle at half-court. Prior to the 1996-97 season, several changes were made to Gross Memorial Coliseum. Additions included the construction of new locker rooms and the remodelling of two existing locker rooms. The sound system was upgraded with the addition of 16 speakers and a new sound board which allows for programming of music, messages and sound effects. Prior to the 1997-98 season, two message boards on each end of the coliseum were installed. Gross Memorial Coliseum is a multipurpose facility that hosts the KSHSAA Class 1A State Basketball Tournament, the KSHSAA Class 3-2-1A State Wrestling Championships, the KSHSAA Class 2A and 1A State Volleyball Championships, and concerts (seating for 10,000). The Coliseum houses the FHSU athletic offices, a large athletic training room, locker rooms, concession stands, a press box and the Field Strength Facility.

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Larks Park

Tiger Stadium

LARKS PARK is the home of the Fort Hays State baseball team. The park is owned by the city of Hays, but operated by the FHSU athletic department. Larks Park was built in 1940 as part of a Works Progress Administration project. It is the oldest baseball park in the state of Kansas. Larks Park is located at Fourth and Main in Hays. The park features a limestone frame with restrooms, concession facilities and seating for 1,200 Tiger fans, although a record 1,868 turned out on April 8, 2005, to watch FHSU play Mesa State College. The park has seen several improvements over the past few years. New fencing and a new scoreboard were installed in 2008. The infield playing surface was replaced during the summer of 2003. The poligras infield was necessary due to the numerous games that are played in the park each year. The poligras turf is the same surface that was installed at Lewis Field Stadium for football. Bluegrass sod was laid in the infield just alongside the turf. The outfield has been leveled and reseeded. New lights were installed in March of 2000, which allows the Tigers to play additional night games. Park dimensions are 322 down the left field line and 319 to right, 349 in the power alleys and 405 to center field.

TIGER STADIUM is the home of the Fort Hays State softball team. The stadium was completed in 1999 as softball was reinstated as an intercollegiate sport at FHSU that year. Tiger Stadium is on the south side of Gross Coliseum/ Cunningham Hall. The park has seating for 500 Tiger fans. The park was upgraded before the 2007 season with the installation of a new Oklahoma red clay infield surface. Drought resistant fescue grass is the surface in the outfield and along the outside of the infield. Additional upgrades included the installation of protective piping and a green windscreen all along the outfield fence. The additions help enclose the field and give the facility more of a ballpark feel. In the summer of 2007, a new net-style backstop replaced the old chain link backstop behind home plate. Most recently, a new scoreboard was installed beyond the outfield wall. Both dugouts were built above ground with a six foot high protection fence in front. A large press box sits behind the stands. Park dimensions are 200 down the left and right field line, 210 in the power alleys and 220 to center field. A new wooden outfield fence, installed in 2010, stands eight feet high. Lights were installed during the summer of 2003 to aid in hosting tournaments and night contests.

FHSU Soccer Stadium at Bickle-Schmidt Sports Complex The FHSU SOCCER STADIUM will open for play in the fall of 2011, the inaugural season of Fort Hays State men’s and women’s soccer. The Tigers home stadium is part of the Bickle-Schmidt Sports Complex which also features eight baseball/softball fields and eight football/soccer fields. The stadium is a state of the art soccer-specific complex with a synthetic turf playing surface and lighting that meets NCAA regulations for holding night contests. Other features include a Daktronics scoreboard with LED lighting just beyond the south end of the playing field, bleachers seating 500-plus fans, and a two-level press box. The stadium also has both men’s and women’s locker rooms and a concessions area. This brand new facility sits on 120 acres of ground and is located just northwest of Gross Memorial Coliseum on the western edge of Hays at the intersection of Old Highway 40 and the Highway 183 bypass.

FHSU Tennis Courts

The FHSU TENNIS COURTS are home to the Lady Tiger tennis team. Six courts are available for both tournament and dual match contests. The courts were completed in 1994 on the south side of the Gross Memorial Coliseum/Cunningham Hall Complex.

Smoky Hill Country Club

SMOKY HILL COUNTRY CLUB is home to the Fort Hays State men’s and women’s golf teams. The par-71 layout is one of the premier golf courses in northwest Kansas. The course opened in 1962 and was designed by Greg H. Nash. Smoky Hill Country Club is located at 3303 Hall in Hays.


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LEWIS FIELD STADIUM is the 6,362-seat home of the Fort Hays State University football team. It is also home to the Tiger track and field program in the spring. The stadium received a major facelift prior to the 2003 season with a new playing turf, track and lighting system. The Poligras artificial surface, which plays similar to natural grass, replaced the old STADIA-Turf, which had been in use since 1993. The new lighting system installed eliminated shadows on the playing surface. The native limestone structure around the outside of the stadium was refurbished to its natural state in 1993 when 57 years of weathering was sandblasted away. Both endzones are gold with black lettering spelling out Fort Hays in the north and Tigers in the south. The eight-lane rubber and polyurethane Alex Francis track, named to honor the legendary FHSU track & field coach, was refurbished with a new red surface in 2003. The majority of the field events are conducted outside the north wall. Prior to the start of the 1996 season, seating was replaced throughout the stadium. The seating includes 1,000 chairback seats on the west side and bench seating in the remainder of the stadium. Lewis Field was constructed in 1936 on what was formerly the Golden Belt Fairgrounds, LEWIS FIELD STADIUM named in honor of William Alexander Lewis, president of Fort Hays State University from 1913 Seating Capacity: 6,362 to 1933. The field is located beside a spacious tree-lined drive and is just a short walk from the Surface: Poligras campus residence halls and downtown business district. (installed in 2003) Dressing rooms, concession areas, athletic training facilities, restrooms and equipment storage Constructed: 1936 rooms are located under the grandstands. An complete remodel of the Tiger locker room was completed prior to the 2006 season with carpet flooring and individual lockers for 90 players. ALEX FRANCIS TRACK Admittance to the stadium is allowed through two main gates, one on the east side and one Surface: Polyurethane on the west side. Four ticket windows are in service for each game. Constructed: 2003 Outside the limestone wall to the southeast is the future site of the Indoor Training Facility. The facility is planned to be operational by the fall of 2012.

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The 2,800 square-foot Hubbard Press Box, which sits atop the west side of Lewis Field Stadium, was completed in the spring of 1997. The press box is named in honor of R.D. and Joan Dale Hubbard of Palm Desert, Calif., who provided the majority of the funding. The upper level of the two-story press box features a large area in which 20 or more electronic media personnel can report on college athletic contests. Available for reporters are radio and television booths, hookups, a camera deck, a filming room and a restroom. Booths are also available for both home and visiting football coaches for scouting. The upper level also houses scoreboard, public address and statistical crews. The lower level of the facility is the hospitality area where President Edward H. Hammond hosts university guests. Inside the University Suite are tables and chairs for 40 guests, a kitchen and a restroom. The entire press box is heated and air conditioned and has an integrated sound system whereby users may listen to radio broadcasts, view televised games and pick up crowd noise from outside the box. An elevator carries university guests, media personnel and people with disabilities from ground level to their destinations. Areas designed especially for the disabled are located at the top of the stadium both north and south of the first level of the press box. Prior to the 1999 season, the press box on the east side of the stadium was renovated creating HUBBARD PRESS BOX two executive suites. The two suites Square Footage: 2,800 may be rented by individuals or Stories: Two businesses for entertaining during Level I University Suite Tiger football games. Level II Media Box Completed: Spring 1997

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A complete renovation of the Fort Hays State locker room occurred in the summer of 2006. The Tiger locker room is located below the grandstand on the east side of Lewis Field Stadium. The room includes 90 individual lockers that circle a dividing wall in the middle of the room. Each locker is equipped with a top shelf for shoulder pads, a small locking cabinet for personal belongings, and a bottom compartment with hangers for a helmet and jersey. A connecting bench runs all along each locker which provides a seat for each player to sit in front of their locker. Each locker has the player’s number and name on a plate above the locker. The main area of the locker room is carpeted. A new shower and bathroom facility is attached to the main area. The locker room includes three wide dry erase boards and Tiger logos on the dividing wall in the middle of the room.


LOCKER ROOM/MEETING ROOMS FORT HAYS STATE FOOTBALL FACILITIES COACHES PLAYERS

Player and coach meeting rooms (shown below) are located upstairs on the east side of Lewis Field Stadium. These rooms were also renovated in 2006 along with the locker room. Each room contains dry erase white boards and drop down screens for video projectors along with ample seating and room dividers for position meetings. All coach offices are located along the hallway surrounding the meeting rooms.

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New Indoor Training Facility Proposed for the Fall of 2012

A new multi-million dollar indoor training facility is scheduled to be built by the fall of 2012. The new training facility will be located at the southeast corner of the campus next to Lewis Field Stadium. This 50,000+ square-foot facility will be equipped with weights, cardio equipment, synthetic track and an artificial covered surface that will extend 50-60 yards. “Fort Hays has already taken the next step to be competitive in the MIAA by committing to build the indoor training facility. That’s a really exciting project and it’s a big step in the right direction,” said Coach Chris Brown. The project, once complete, will place FHSU as one of the few schools in the MIAA with such a training facility and give a real advantage on training Tiger Football players in the future. “It takes time to build a program, but Fort Hays is doing what it takes to be competitive in the MIAA. If you’re competitive in this conference, it means you are competitive nationally, said Brown. Renderings of the proposed project are above and below.


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HEAD COACH CHRIS BROWN

Chris Brown - Head Football Coach Chris Brown enters his first season as head coach of Fort Hays State in 2011. Brown came to Fort Hays State from Washburn University, where he served as the defensive coordinator and defensive secondary coach from 2002-2010 and assistant head coach in 2010. Brown helped Washburn compile a 62-41 record in his nine-year span with the program, which included two NCAA playoff appearances and two bowl wins. In his time at Washburn as defensive coordinator, Brown coached the 2009 and 2006 MIAA Most Valuable Defensive Players. As head of the defense, he guided two players selected in the NFL Draft (defensive tackle Trey Lewis-6th round 2007, and cornerback Cary Williams-7th round 2008), six All-Americans, 20 all-region, and 41 AllMIAA selections at Washburn. His defense led the MIAA three of the last four seasons in turnovers gained, including a school record-tying 23 interceptions in 2007. While coaching the secondary, Washburn picked off 97 passes over the last five years. The Ichabods set five of the top nine interception totals for a season in school history under Brown. Brown came to Washburn to after spending three years as the secondary coach at Liberal High School where he helped the team to a mark of 37-5 in his time. Brown, a native of Liberal, Kan., is a 1996 graduate of Pittsburg State University where he recorded 470 tackles in 43 starts in his career at free safety. He is one of only THE BROWN FILE three Gorillas to earn All-American honors three times. He was a unanimous All-American First Team selection his senior season Year at FHSU: First PERSONAL Born: July 3, 1974 and was named the CNN Division II National Player of the Year Hometown: Liberal, Kansas in 1995. He was also named to the NCAA Quarter Century Team Education: Pittsburg State University (1996) for all players from 1975 to 1999 at free safety. He had a record COACHING EXPERIENCE 2011-Pres. Fort Hays State University 21 tackles in the NCAA Division II National Championship as a Head Coach University freshman against Jacksonville State. Brown was inducted into 2002-10 Washburn Assistant Head Coach / Defensive Coordinator 1998-2001 Liberal High School the Pittsburg State Athletic Hall of Fame in 2006. Defensive Coordinator He and his wife, Daphne, have two sons, Hunter and PLAYING EXPERIENCE Hayden. 1992-95 Pittsburg State University Free Safety

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Offensive Line

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Justin Iske begins his first season on the coaching staff at Fort Hays State in 2011. He will primarily work with the Tigers offensive line. He comes to FHSU after two seasons at Northwestern Oklahoma State University where he was the offensive coordinator, special teams coordinator and offensive line coach. His 2010 team won the conference championship and led the conference in rushing offense, sacks allowed and kickoff returns. Iske spent the 2008 season coaching at Fort Scott (Kan.) Community College. He served as the special teams coordinator as well as coaching the tight ends and offensive line. Fort Scott went 9-2 that season and finished the year ranked No. 6 after winning the Heart of Texas Bowl. Other coaching stops for Iske have included Arizona Western College, Southwest Minnesota State University, Northern State University and Midland Luthern College. He played for Nebraska-Omaha for two seasons, but a knee injury in the spring of 1996 ended his playing career. He spent the 1996-98 seasons as a student assistant for the Mavericks before joining the staff as a graduate assistant from 1999-2001. As a graduate assistant, he worked with the tight ends and offensive line, while also serving as the video coordinator for UNO. Iske graduated from the University of Nebraska-Omaha in 1999 with a bachelor’s degree in General Studies with an emphasis on Mathematics. He later received a master’s degree in Public Administration with emphasis in Public Management from NebraskaOmaha in 2001. Iske and his wife, Kelley, have one son, Hunter.

OPPONENTS

Dion Meneley begins his first season as an assistant football coach at Fort Hays State in 2011. He comes to FHSU after spending four seasons as the defensive coordinator at Southwestern (Kan.) College in Winfield. Meneley will serve as the defensive coordinator for the Tigers in 2011 as well as coaching the defensive line. Prior to coaching at Southwestern, Meneley spent four seasons on the staff at Washburn University, where he was part of a Mineral Water Bowl championship, the school’s first MIAA conference championship, and first NCAA II Playoff Appearance. While at Washburn, Meneley coached the outside linebackers, cornerbacks, and defensive lineman and worked alongsidge current FHSU head coach Chris Brown. He also coached two All-Americans in his time with the Ichabods. Meneley was a two-time first team All-MIAA selection at outside linebacker for Pittsburg State. During his playing career, he was a part of three MIAA championships and the 1995 team that finished as the NCAA Division II runner-up. He was a team captain for the Gorillas in 1999. Meneley received his bachelor’s degree in General Studies from Pittsburg State University in 2004 and he is currently working towards a master’s degree in Leadership from Southwestern (Kan.) College.

Justin Iske

PLAYERS

Defensive Coordinator

Justin Schreiber begins his first season as the offensive coordinator for Fort Hays State in 2011. He was hired by new head coach Chris Brown after serving in the same capacity at the University of Minnesota-Crookston (UMC) for the past three seasons. He also spent two seasons coaching the defensive backs at UMC before taking over as the offensive coordinator. During the 2006 football season, Schreiber was the offensive coordinator, quarterbacks coach, and defensive backs coach at Dilworth-GlyndonFelton High School in Glyndon, Minn. Prior to his position at DGF High School, Schreiber was a graduate assistant running backs coach at Washburn where he coached alongside FHSU head coach Chris Brown. Washburn went to the postseason during both of Schreiber’s seasons on staff, winning the Mineral Water Bowl 36-33 over Northern State in 2004 and advancing to the second round of the NCAA II Playoffs in 2005 before falling to Northwest Missouri State. Schreiber got his coaching start at UMC following a standout playing career. He served as a student assistant quarterback’s coach for the 2003 season after being a three-year captain and starting quarterback for the Golden Eagles. He was also a three-time all-conference honorable mention selection and a pre-season Don Hanson Weekly Gazette All-American selection in 2002. Schreiber received his bachelor’s degree in Sports and Recreation Management from the University of Minnesota-Crookston in 2004 and partially completed a master’s degree in Education Administration at Washburn. Schreiber and his wife Abby have three children, sons McKale and Easton and daughter Ava.

COACHES

Dion Meneley

Offensive Coordinator

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

Al McCray is in his fourth year as a member of the Fort Hays State coaching staff and 2011 will be his second year serving as the assistant head coach. He is the primary coach of the Tiger wide receivers. In his three years, McCray has coached three wide receivers who have received accolades. Anthony Smith was an All-MIAA selection in 2009 and O.J. Murdock and Cordarol Scales were honored by the conference in 2009 and 2010. In 2010, Murdock was named to the All-MIAA second team as well as being an All-American selection by D2football.com and Don Hansen’s National Weekly Football Gazette. Both Murdock and Scales were invited to the 2011 Cactus Bowl and Murdock followed that up with appearances in the East-West Shrine Game and NFL Scouting Combine. McCray’s wide receivers have also left their mark on the Fort Hays State record book. In 2010, Murdock set the single-season record for receiving yards with 1,290 on 60 receptions. His average of 21.5 yards per catch is tied for the highest in a single season in FHSU history. In just two seasons under McCray’s tutelage, Murdock amassed 1,987 receiving yards, good for seventh in the school’s history, and 20 touchdowns, which ranks third all-time. A native of Miami, Fla., McCray came to the program from Florida Atlantic University, where he was an intern coach during the spring of 2008. McCray has 10 years of experience coaching football and track and field in Tampa, Fla., where he also worked as a high school teacher. McCray has coached three players that are currently in the NFL (Brian Clark, Oliver Hoyte and Greg Lee). McCray was a player at Clinch Valley College (Va.). He earned a bachelor’s degree in Social Science from the University of South Florida.

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Inside Linebackers

Zach Watkins is in his first season on the Fort Hays State football coaching staff. He will coach the Tigers inside linebackers in 2011. Watkins comes to FHSU after serving as a defensive graduate assistant at Northwest Missouri State coaching the inside linebackers since January 2011. Watkins was a four-year starter at linebacker for Washburn from 2006-09 under current Fort Hays State head coach Chris Brown. He put together a historic career for the Ichabods, registering 100 or more tackles in each season, compiling a school record 473 for his career. That mark also places him third all-time in NCAA Division II history. Watkins was named the MIAA Freshman of the Year in 2006 following a season which saw him earn honorable mention All-MIAA and second team all-region honors. From there, Watkins went on to earn first-team All-MIAA in each of his final three seasons. In 2007, Watkins helped lead the team to the NCAA II Playoffs for the second time in school history. Watkins would go on to be named the MIAA conference and Daktronics regional Defensive Player of the Year in 2009 following a stellar senior season. He was also a first team All-America selection by the American Football Coaches Association in 2009 and a second team selection by Daktronics. In addition, Watkins was a three-time All-American selection by Don Hansen’s Football Gazette. Following his playing career at Washburn, Watkins was invited to Minnesota Vikings mini-camp in 2010 before going into coaching. In the summer of 2011, Watkins played for Team USA in the IFAF World Championship and helped the USA defend its world title by defeating Canada in the Gold Medal Game. He was a first team all-tournament selection in the event. His accolades go beyond the field as well, since Watkins was a three-time selection as both Academic All-MIAA and as an MIAA Scholar Athlete. He was also an ESPN The Magazine / CoSIDA Academic All-American in 2008 and a Ken B. Jones MIAA StudentAthlete of the Year Award finalist in 2010. Watkins, a native of Independence, Mo., graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Washburn University in December of 2009.

Mike Hecht Linebackers

Mike Hecht is in his second season with the Fort Hays State coaching staff. After coaching the defensive line in 2010, Hecht will work with the Tiger outside linebackers in 2011. Hecht was a standout defensive lineman at Friends University (Kan.) from 2005 to 2008 He was a four-time all-conference selection on the defensive line for the Falcons. He was a first team all-conference selection twice and earned the school’s Champion of Character Award. A native of Wichita, Kan., Hecht earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Friends University. He is currently working towards his master’s degree in Sports Administration at Fort Hays State University.

Chris Randolph Running Backs

Chris Randolph is in his second year with the Fort Hays State football program as a graduate assistant. After working with the quarterbacks in 2010, Randolph will assist with the Tiger running backs in 2011. Randolph has two years of coaching experience at the high school ranks. He was the offensive coordinator at Douglass High School in Kansas in 2008 and 2009. Randolph was a standout player at Friends University (Kan.) as a quarterback. He was a three-year starter and a two-time allconference selection for the Falcons. He helped Friends to the KCAC Championship for two straight years, from 2006 to 2007. A native of Waskom, Texas, Randolph earned his bachelor’s degree from Friends University in 2008. He is currently working towards his master’s degree in Sports Administration at Fort Hays State University.

Ryan Kelly Cornerbacks

Ryan Kelly is in his first year as a graduate assistant with the Fort Hays State football team. He will assist in coaching of the cornerbacks this season. Kelly was a four-year starter at quarterback for Benedictine College in Atchison, Kan., and was twice named a Heart of America Athletic Conference honorable mention selection. He holds the Benedictine career records for total offense and passing yards as well as several single-game and singleseason passing and yardage records. Kelly is a native of Topeka, Kan. and he earned his bachelor’s degree in Physical Education in December 2010. He is now working towards his master’s degree in Sports Administration at FHSU.

Ryan Allgood Tight Ends

Ryan Allgood is in his first year with the Fort Hays State coaching staff. He will coach the tight ends in 2011. Allgood played two years at the University of Oklahoma from 2006 to 2007. Following his playing years, Allgood served as a student coach for two years with the Sooners. He was either a player or coach in three Big XII Championship games and four bowl games. Allgood is a native of Grove, Okla., and earned his bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of Oklahoma.


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Alphabetical Roster No. 62 18 1 27 57 55 67 86 91 15 13 29 25 87 41 75 43 31 50 84 16 14 90 42 33 80 36 9 6 52 76 23 45 85 54 19 50 26 58 32 49 88 66 78 8 74 48 35 97 30 11

Name Mario Abundes Treveon Albert Korey Allison Andreas Ashwood Jeff Balkenbush Josh Balman Basil Bandy Dimecus Brown Grant Brown Chance Bulmer Aaron Burton Keaton Callins Cole Cherryholmes Taylor Connors Shaquille Cooper Eli Cordon Nick Dreitz Luke Edney Brock Einspahr Keaton Engel Walter Garrett Zack Gaughan Tanner Hageman Jared Helfrich Edwin Herbert Layton Hickel Devin Hoffman Garrett Holle Taylor Hopkins Austin Hubert Johnny Hubbard III Ricky Jacques Chris Jones Logan Jones Micheal Jordan Eric Jusko Colby Kamm Luke Keener Tyler Kimbrough Jay Kindler Seth Klausmeyer Steven Koenig Ethan Kosjer Chase Kreutzer Chase Leake Sam Leighton Lamar Leon Judah Linder Ethan Lington Jared Lyle Stephen Marcotte Ernesto Martinez Tyler Mathers Blake McAhren

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

NO 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 57 58 61 62 63 64

NAME POS Korey Allison DB Anthony Sheppard QB Edward Smith RB Kedron “Keke” Paul DB Ricky Jacques RB Sherod Murdock DB Judah Linder DB Austin Hubert DB Blake McAhren QB Cole Cherryholmes WR Jared Helfrich QB Keaton Callins WR Tanner Hageman WR Anthony Smith WR Treveon Albert QB Tyler Kimbrough K Timothy Parker DB Andre Smith, Jr. RB Micheal Jordan RB Shaun Ohlde RB Shaquille Cooper DB Seth Klausmeyer DB Jeff Balkenbush DB Casey Sedbrook LB Taylor Connors DB Tyler Mathers LB Keaton Engel DB Ethan Kosjer P/K Devin Hoffman DB Cale Sharp RB Stephen Marcotte DB Taylor Hopkins DB Zach Nash DB Dylan Pfeifer RB Scott Russell DB Alex Whitehill LB Nick Dreitz LB Layton Hickel LB Brock Einspahr LB A.J. Woodall LB Eric Jusko TE/LS Kyle Perry LB Jared Lyle DB Chase Kreutzer RB Walter Garrett DL Dylan Young OL Chris Jones LB Robert Weber K Luke Keener DL Basil Bandy DL Josh Balman DB Steven Koenig LB Tanner Willhoft OL Mario Abundes OL Mitchell Paneno OL Alex Muckenthaler DL

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

WT 180 170 175 165 220 180 215 190 195 195 185 200 170 210 195 170 180 183 175 175 175 175 195 185 185 200 170 175 175 180 195 185 195 175 185 215 220 210 215 225 245 210 200 195 275 260 240 225 250 225 193 205 260 315 270 185

CL-EX SR-1L JR-TR SO-1L JR-TR SR-1L SO-TR JR-TR JR-2L SR-1L JR-SQ FR-HS SO-RS SO-SQ SR-3L FR-HS JR-1L JR-2L JR-TR FR-HS SO-SQ FR-HS SO-TR FR-HS FR-HS FR-HS FR-HS FR-HS SR-3L FR-RS FR-HS JR-2L FR-HS SO-1L FR-RS FR-HS SR-3L SR-3L JR-2L SR-3L JR-2L SR-1L JR-2L FR-RS FR-RS FR-HS FR-RS SO-1L FR-HS SO-TR JR-TR FR-HS FR-RS FR-HS JR-TR SR-1L FR-HS

HOMETOWN (Previous School) Martinez, Calif. (Laney (Calif.) College) Pahokee, Fla. (Hinds (Miss.) CC) Miami, Fla. (Southwest Miami HS) St. Cloud, Fla. (Butte (Calif.) College) Wichita, Kan. (Butler (Kan.) CC) Tampa, Fla. (Pearl River (Miss.) CC) Miami, Fla. (Chaffey (Calif.) College) Garden Plain, Kan. (Garden Plain HS) Fairfield, Calif. (Solano (Calif.) CC) Potwin, Kan. (Butler (Kan.) CC) Dodge City, Kan. (Dodge City HS) Guthrie, Okla. (NW Oklahoma State) Cheney, Kan. (Cheney HS) Arlington, Texas (Sam Houston HS) Atlanta, Ga. (Grady HS) Warrior, Ala. (University of West Alabama) Glendale, Ariz. (Ironwood HS) Bakersfield, Calif. (Bakersfield (Calif.) College) Kerens, Texas (Kerens HS) Palmer, Kan. (Linn HS) Coral Gables, Fla. (Coral Gables HS) Garden Plain, Kan. (Garden City (Kan.) CC) Edmond, Okla. (Edmond Memorial HS) WaKeeney, Kan. (Hays HS) Arvada, Colo. (Arvada West HS) Wylie, Texas (Wylie HS) Modesto, Calif. (Modesto (Calif.) JC) Douglass, Kan. (Douglass HS) Claflin, Kan. (Claflin HS) Salina, Kan. (Salina Central HS) Blackwell, Okla. (Blackwell HS) Omaha, Neb. (Burke HS) Fort Lupton, Colo. (Fort Lupton HS) Ellis, Kan. (Ellis HS) Brighton, Colo. (Brighton HS) McPherson, Kan. (McPherson HS) Brush, Colo. (Brush HS) Claflin, Kan. (Claflin HS) Alma, Neb. (Southern Valley HS) Chandler, Okla. (Chandler HS) Winnetka, Calif. (Los Angeles Valley College) Garden Plain, Kan. (Garden Plain HS) Natoma, Kan. (Natoma HS) Pratt, Kan. (Pratt HS) Rockwall, Texas (Rockwall HS) Tonganoxie, Kan. (Tonganoxie HS) Colorado Springs, Colo. (Valley City State) Garden Plain, Kan. (Garden Plain HS) Olmitz, Kan. (Garden City (Kan.) CC) Fairfield, Calif. (Santa Rosa (Calif) CC) Hays, Kan. (Hays HS) Johnstown, Colo. (Roosevelt HS) Hays, Kan. (Hays HS) Delano, Calif. (Bakersfield (Calif.) College) Lake Isabella, Calif. (Bakersfield (Calif.) College) Leon, Kan. (Bluestem HS)


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No. 35 11 7 64 30 63 4 38 73 65 31 95

Name Stephen MARCOTTE Blake MCAHREN SHEROD Murdock Alex MUCKENTHALER Shaun OHLDE Mitchell PANENO KEKE Paul Dylan PFEIFER Josh REESE Casey SORRELL Grady TICHENOR Tanner WIENS

Coaching Staff Justin SCHREIBER Justin ISKE Dion MENELEY Mike HECHT

Pronunciation Mar-CAUGHT Mc-AIR-in Shure-ODD MUCK-en-THALL-ur Ole-DEE Puh-NEE-no KEE-kee FY-fer REECE Sor-ELL TICH-ner WEENS SHRY-ber ISS-kee Men-KNEE-lee HECKT

HISTORY

Pronunciation Uh-BOON-dez TRAY-vee-on BAY-zuhl Dih-MEE-cuss CAL-ins Shuh-KEEL Core-DOAN DRY-tz EYE-ns-par GONE HELL-frick HALL-ee JAY-cue KIM-bro KLAUS-my-er COE-nig Coe-SHURE CRITES-ur LAY-ton

RECORDS

Name Mario ABUNDES TREVEON Albert BASIL Bandy DIMECUS Brown Keaton CALLINS SHAQUILLE Cooper Eli CORDON Nick DREITZ Brock EINSPAHR Zack GAUGHAN Jared HELFRICH Garrett HOLLE Ricky JACQUES Tyler KIMBROUGH Seth KLAUSMEYER Steven KOENIG Ethan KOSJER Chase KREUTZER Sam LEIGHTON

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Pronunciation Guide No. 62 18 94 67 15 25 87 41 43 84 14 80 26 19 26 58 32 49 66

REVIEW

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Name Tyler McCluskey Antonio McCray Alex Muckenthaler Sherod Murdock Zach Nash Shaun Ohlde Mitchell Paneno Tim Parker Kedron “Keke” Paul Kelly Pearson Kyle Perry Dylan Pfeifer Josh Reese Lex Rosson John “Hawk” Rouse Kevin Roya Scott Russell Mason Salmans Emmanuel Scott Casey Sedbrook Cale Sharp Cameron Shelton Anthony Sheppard Andre Smith, Jr. Anthony Smith Edward Smith Casey Sorrell Taylor Stonebraker Grady Tichenor Jesse Trent Keaton Tuttle Robert Weber Alex Whitehill Tanner Wiens Tanner Willhoft Aaron Wondra A.J. Woodall Dylan Young

OPPONENTS

HOMETOWN (Previous School) Bakersfield, Calif. (Bakersfield (Calif.) College) Quinter, Kan. (Quinter HS) Hamilton, Ohio (NW Oklahoma State) Edmond, Okla. (Edmond North HS) Ardmore, Okla. (Dickson HS) Cherokee, Iowa (Iowa Western CC) Dodge City, Kan. (Dodge City HS) McPherson, Kan. (McPherson HS) Wylie, Texas (Wylie HS) Westminster, Colo. (Academy of Charter Schools) Blackwell, Okla. (NE Oklahoma A&M) Arvada, Colo. (Univ. of Northern Colorado) Tallahassee, Fla. (Georgia Military College) Phoenix, Ariz. (Mountain Pointe HS) Modesto, Calif. (Modesto (Calif.) JC) Goodland, Kan. (Goodland HS) Hays, Kan. (Hays HS) Junction City, Kan. (Butler (Kan.) CC) Beloit, Kan. (Beloit HS) Villisca, Iowa (Iowa Western CC) Redondo Beach, Calif. (Los Angeles Valley Coll.) Fairfield, Calif. (University of Florida) Great Bend, Kan. (Great Bend HS) San Jose, Calif. (De Anza (Calif.) College) Bakersfield, Calif. (Bakersfield (Calif.) College) Meade, Kan. (Hutchinson (Kan.) CC) Tampa, Fla. (Florida Atlantic University) Tampa, Fla. (University of Toledo) Andover, Kan. (Andover HS) Dallas, Texas (A. Maceo Smith HS) Alma, Neb. (Alma Public Schools) Dallas, Texas (A. Maceo Smith HS) Hanston, Kan. (Hutchinson (Kan.) CC) Lyons, Kan. (Lyons HS) Valley Falls, Kan. (Jefferson West HS) Wichita, Kan. (Maize South HS)

PLAYERS

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COACHES

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FOOTBALL FACILITIES

NAME POS HT Casey Sorrell OL 6-2 Sam Leighton DL 6-6 Dimecus Brown OL 6-5 Lex Rosson OL 6-2 John “Hawk” Rouse OL 6-2 Keaton Tuttle OL 6-6 Jesse Trent OL 6-4 Josh Reese OL 6-3 Ethan Lington OL 6-3 Luke Edney OL 6-4 Logan Jones OL 6-7 Tyler McCluskey OL 6-7 Lamar Leon OL 6-2 Garrett Holle WR 6-4 Kevin Roya WR 5-10 Kelly Pearson WR 5-11 Zack Gaughan TE 6-5 Colby Kamm TE 6-4 Grant Brown TE 6-4 Eli Cordon TE 6-5 Chase Leake TE 6-2 Edwin Herbert DL 6-3 Aaron Burton DL 6-4 Emmanuel Scott DL 6-4 Cameron Shelton DL 6-4 Tanner Wiens DL 6-4 Ernesto Martinez DL 6-0 Andreas Ashwood DB 6-1 Chance Bulmer FB 6-2 Johnny Hubbard III DL 5-11 Jay Kindler LB 5-9 Antonio McCray LB 6-0 Mason Salmans QB 6-2 Taylor Stonebraker DB 6-0 Grady Tichenor DB 6-0 Aaron Wondra DB 5-10 Complete roster as of July 20, 2011

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Fort Hays State begins a new era of football with Chris Brown entering his first year as head coach of the program. Brown came to Fort Hays State from within the conference. He was the defensive coordinator for nine seasons at Washburn University. While at Washburn, he helped build the program into perennial MIAA contenders with one conference championship, two NCAA playoff appearances, and two bowl game appearances. Brown has spent his entire coaching career in the state of Kansas, working as an assistant for a very successful Liberal (Kan.) High School program from 1998 to 2001 in his hometown prior to taking the assistant position at Washburn in 2002. Brown was one of the top players all-time in NCAA Division II at Pittsburg State University as a three-time All-American, the CNN Division II National Player of the Year in 1995 and named to the NCAA Quarter Century Team for all players from 1975 to 1999 at free safety. Brown takes over a program that finished 10th in the MIAA in 2010 with an overall record of 3-8 and 1-8 conference mark. He will look to build the program into a conference contender as the Tigers have enjoyed just one winning season (6-5 in 2009, sixth in the MIAA) since joining the MIAA in 2006. He will have a challenge in the first year as all of the skill position starters on offense from last year were lost to graduation, including FHSU all-time passing leader Mike Garrison and All-American wide receiver O.J. Murdock. All of the returning starters on offense are offensive linemen. The defense will have an entirely new starting front on the line. The most experience lies at the linebacker and defensive back positions.

Head Coach Chris Brown

Quarterbacks Big shoes will need to be filled in the quarterback role with the departure of two-time All-MIAA performer and FHSU all-time passing leader Mike Garrison. Redshirt-senior Blake McAhren is in his third year with the program. He saw very limited action in 2009 as Garrison’s backup and redshirted last season to have one year of eligibility remaining. He led the Bay Valley Conference in passing yards per game as a sophomore in 2008 at Solano (Calif.) Community College. A pair of newcomers that will push McAhren for the starting job include junior transfer Anthony Sheppard and true freshman Treveon Albert. Sheppard comes to the program from Hinds (Miss.) Community College where he was an all-conference second team selection in 2010, throwing for 1,866 yards and 15 touchdowns and completing 56.3 percent of his attempts. Sheppard redshirted as a true freshman at Western Kentucky University before playing at Hinds. He was an all-state first team selection as a senior and led Florida powerhouse Pahokee High School to consecutive Class 2B state championships. Albert comes to the program from Grady High School in Atlanta, Ga., where he was an all-city first team selection as a senior, throwing for over 2,100 yards and 25 touchdowns and rushing for over 450 yards. A pair of in-state recruits add depth to the roster at quarterback, which includes sophomore transfer Mason Salmans and true freshman Jared Helfrich. Salmans redshirted the 2009 season and was a member of the roster in 2010 at Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College. He was a two-time all-state selection in his prep career at Pawnee Heights High School. Helfrich was an all-state selection as a senior, throwing for 2,347 yards and 20 touchdowns leading Dodge City High School to the state semifinals in Class 6A. Running Backs The Tigers lost two-time All-MIAA selection James Walker from their backfield, but he had very capable reserves behind him in 2010 that should have a chance to shine this year. Senior Ricky Jacques played in 10 games for the Tigers last year, rushing for 154 yards on 42 attempts. He also caught nine passes out of the backfield for 75 yards. With a year of experience under his belt, sophomore Edward Smith could be a favorite for the starting role with his speed. Fans saw flashes of his ability last year as he ran for 101 yards on 15 carries with two touchdowns. He averaged 6.7 yards per carry in his nine games played. Smith saw quite a bit of time returning kicks with 251 yards on 16 returns. The Tigers should have talented depth in the backfield once again this year. Junior transfer Andre Smith, Jr., could push Jacques and Ed Smith for playing time right away. Smith comes to the program from Bakersfield (Calif.) College where he split even time at running back as a sophomore in 2010, rushing for 436 yards on 108 attempts and averaging 32.0 yards per kick return. He received a medical hardship in 2009 but dazzled his freshman year averaging 7.8 yards per carry with 707 yards.

Running Back Ricky Jacques


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Offensive Linemen All of the returning starters from last year’s offense are on the offensive line. Those four individuals include seniors Lamar Leon and Casey Sorrell, and juniors Hawk Rouse and Josh Reese. Leon started in all six games he played in but battled injury issues throughout the year. He started four games at left tackle and two games at right guard. Sorrell started eight of the 10 games he played in, all at right guard. Rouse was the only player of the four to start in all games in 2010, all at left guard. Reese was a starter at right tackle in two games and at left tackle in seven games. Other offensive linemen returning from the 2010 team are senior Mitchell Paneno and redshirt-freshman Dylan Young. The Tigers have 10 newcomers listed at offensive line, half are transfers and the other half are freshmen. Junior college transfers include Mario Abundes, Dimecus Brown, Logan Jones, and Keaton Tuttle. Abundes (Bakersfield (Calif.) College), Brown (Northwestern Oklahoma State) and Jones (Northeastern Oklahoma A&M) are all juniors and two-year starters at their respective colleges. Tuttle is also a junior and helped Iowa Offensive Lineman Western Community College to a conference championship last year. The other transfer is Lamar Leon freshman Tyler McCluskey, who redshirted last year at the University of Northern Colorado. Freshmen include Luke Edney, Ethan Lington, Lex Rosson, Jesse Trent, and Tanner Willhoft. Edney, native of Westminster, Colo., was an all-conference first team selection at Academy of Charter

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Receivers/Tight Ends The Tigers lost three All-MIAA receivers from the 2010 squad, which included All-American O.J. Murdock, who set a school record for receiving yards in a season, Cordarol Scales and tight end Beau Gadwood. Senior Anthony Smith is the only returner with significant experience, an All-MIAA performer in 2009. What should have been his senior year in 2010 was cut short by injury and he was granted another year of eligibility by the NCAA. He had 25 receptions for 297 yards as a junior in 2009. The Tigers have three players that converted from quarterback to wide receiver in the spring of 2011, which includes redshirt-sophomore Keaton Callins, junior Cole Cherryholmes, and sophomore Tanner Hageman. Callins redshirted last season, Cherryholmes did not appear in any games, and Hageman entered one game late at quarterback to close a blow out win for the Tigers. The Tigers will look to possible late transfers and true freshmen to bring life to the aerial game in 2011. Fort Hays State has two true freshmen listed at the position that could battle for playing opportunities, which includes Garrett Holle and Kelly Pearson. Holle was an all-state honorable mention selection and first team alldistrict and all-city selection as a senior, accumulating 56 receptions for over 1,000 yards and 12 touchdowns at Mountain Pointe High School in Phoenix, Ariz. Pearson was an all-state selection in 2010 at Goodland (Kan.) High School. The only transfer listed on the roster as of July 20 is Kevin Roya who played in five games last year at Modesto (Calif.) Junior College. The Tigers have three returners at tight end this year in senior Chase Leake, Eric Jusko, and Grant Brown. Leake and Jusko are seniors and Brown is a junior. Wide Receiver Leake was the only player of the three to record a reception last year. Jusko served as the Anthony Smith team’s long snapper and could see that role once again this year on special teams. Brown was converted to the offensive line last year but returns to his natural tight end position this year. Junior transfer Eli Cordon could be a solid option to replace Gadwood as he was an all-conference second team selection at Iowa Western Community College. Junior transfer Colby Kamm played two years at Butler (Kan.) Community College. True freshman Zack Gaughan, a local product from Hays High School, was a two-time all-state selection at tight end.

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The Tigers have three other players returning from the 2010 roster listed at running back, which includes sophomore Shaun Ohlde, who saw time on special teams, and a pair of redshirt-freshmen in Dylan Pfeifer and Chase Kreutzer. Pfeifer and Ohlde saw quite a few reps running the ball in the 2011 spring game. Chance Bulmer is listed at fullback. He redshirted the 2007 season at FHSU but was not part of the team the last three years. A pair of freshman newcomers looking to make an impact on the program include Micheal Jordan from Kerens, Texas, and Cale Sharp from Salina, Kan. Jordan was an all-state first team selection at running back for Kerens High School, posting 1,786 rushing yards and 298 receiving yards. Sharp was a two-time all-state running back at Salina Central High School, where he rushed for over 3,000 yards and 35 touchdowns in his prep career.

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Schools. Lington was a two-time all-district selection at Wylie High School in Wylie, Texas. Rosson was a three-year starter and all-district selection at Edmond North High School in Edmond, Okla. Trent was an all-state first team selection in both football and wrestling, earning an individual state championship in wrestling at Dodge City High School in Dodge City, Kan. Willhoft is one year removed from high school but was a local all-area selection at Hays High School. Defensive Linemen The Tigers will have a completely new starting front on defense with the graduation of all four starters from last year, which included All-MIAA First Team selection Jacob Crossman. However, four of the five returning players at this position saw significant time in 2010. Returners include seniors Edwin Herbert, Ernesto Martinez, and Cameron Shelton, junior Aaron Burton, and redshirt-sophomore Tanner Wiens. Herbert battled injury issues throughout the season and started in five of the nine games he played and recorded 17 tackles. Martinez played in all 11 games in 2010 and made three starts while accumulating nine tackles. Shelton played in 10 games as a back-up and also recorded 17 tackles. Burton played in all 11 games and recorded 16 tackles and a forced fumble. Wiens redshirted last year after transferring from Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College. The Tigers have seven newcomers listed on the defensive line, which includes three transfers and three true freshmen. Basil Bandy is a junior transfer from Santa Rosa (Calif.) Community College who recorded nearly 30 tackles and two sacks in 2010. Emmanuel Scott is a junior transfer from De Anza (Calif.) College where he recorded 32 tackles, three sacks and two interceptions as a sophomore in 2010. Luke Keener is a sophomore transfer from Garden City (Kan.) Community College, Defensive Lineman where he recorded 35 tackles and 1.5 sacks in 2010 as a freshman. Freshmen include Edwin Herbert Walter Garrett, Johnny Hubbard III, Sam Leighton, and Alex Muckenthaler. Garrett played both offensive and defensive line for Rockwall (Texas) High School. Hubbard III was a first team all-district first team selection at A. Maceo Smith High School in Dallas. Leighton played an hour up the road at Quinter (Kan.) High School where he was an all-state, all-district, and all-league selection. Muckenthaler played his prep career at Bluestem High School in Leon, Kan. Linebackers FHSU has a lot of experience returning at the linebacker position. All three starters from last year return in seniors Alex Whitehill, Nick Dreitz, and Brock Einspahr. Whitehill was an All-MIAA Honorable Mention selection last year who ranked second in the MIAA in tackles (114) and 12th in NCAA Division II. Concensus Draft Services tabbed him as a Preseason First Team All-American for NCAA Division II this year. He was the first FHSU player to record at least 100 tackles in a season since 2003. Dreitz ranked third on the team in tackles with 63 after leading the team the year before with 89. He is 12 tackles shy of 200 in his career at FHSU. Einspahr started nine of the 10 games he played last year, recording a career-high 40 tackles. The Tigers are deep at this position with three juniors that have significant playing experience. Layton Hickel recorded 40 tackles last year, starting three of 11 games. He was third on the team in tackles in 2009 with 79. A.J. Woodall recorded 12 tackles last year in 10 games played and Kyle Perry played in four games. Sophomore Chris Jones returns to the squad but did not play last year and Steven Koenig redshirted last year as a true freshman. All of the newcomers listed are true freshmen, which includes Jay Kindler, Tyler Mathers, Antonio McCray, and Casey Sedbrook. Kindler was a first team all-state Linebacker and all-district selection in eight-man football for Alma (Neb.) Public Schools. Mathers Alex Whitehill was a three-time all-district selection for Wylie High School in Wylie, Texas. McCray was a first team all-district selection at A. Maceo Smith High School in Dallas, Texas. Sedbrook, a local product, was an all-state selection at Hays High School.


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COACHES PLAYERS OPPONENTS REVIEW THE MIAA RECORDS HISTORY

Punter Ethan Kosjer

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Kickers/Punters Fort Hays State returns its placekicker and punter from a season ago in junior Tyler Kimbrough and senior Ethan Kosjer. Kimbrough booted 34 extra points and nine field goals in his first year with the Tigers after transferring from the University of West Alabama. Kosjer led the MIAA in punting average in 2010 at 42.7 yards per boot, the second-highest single-season average in FHSU history. Kosjer earned All-MIAA and all-region honors in 2009 as a sophomore even though his average was better as a junior in 2010. The only newcomer to the team is freshman Robert Weber from Garden Plain High School in Garden Plain, Kan.

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Defensive Backs The Tigers have seven returners at defensive back in 2011, led by 2010 starters Tim Parker and Korey Allison. Parker started all 11 games at cornerback last year as a sophomore, leading the team in interceptions with three while recording 24 tackles and four pass break-ups. Allison came on strong in the second half of last season, starting six of the 11 games. He finished sixth on the team in tackles with 52 and had one interception and four pass break-ups. Juniors Austin Hubert and Stephen Marcotte saw significant action in 2010. Hubert finished with eight tackles in 11 games played and Marcotte finished with seven tackles in nine games played. Sophomore Zach Nash saw the majority of his time on special teams, recording seven tackles in 10 games played. Jared Lyle and Devin Hoffman redshirted as true freshmen in 2010. The Tigers have a stockpile at this position with 15 newcomers listed. Transfers include juniors Andreas Ashwood, Kedron Paul, and Judah Linder, and sophomores Seth Klausmeyer and Sherod Murdock. Ashwood transferred from the University of Toledo where he played in 20 games over two seasons, making two starts. Paul transferred from Butte (Calif.) College where he played two seasons with four career interceptions and over 800 kick and punt return yards. Linder played two years at Chaffey (Calif.) College and recorded 52 tackles and two interceptions last year. He originally signed with Iowa State University out of Defensive Back high school where he redshirted a year. Klausmeyer is the only in-state transfer at this Tim Parker position, coming to the program from Garden City (Kan.) Community College, where he recorded 24 tackles and an interception as a freshman last year. Murdock is the younger brother of former FHSU wide receiver and All-American O.J. Murdock. He has been out of football for a couple of seasons since playing in 2008 at Pearl River (Miss.) Community College. He originally committed to the University of Pittsburgh out of high school. There are 10 true freshmen listed at this position, which includes Jeff Balkenbush, Josh Balman, Taylor Connors, Shaquille Cooper, Keaton Engel, Taylor Hopkins, Scott Russell, Taylor Stonebraker, Grady Tichenor, and Aaron Wondra. Balkenbush was an all-city and all-district selection at Edmond Memorial High School in Edmond, Okla. Balman, a local recruit from Hays High School, was a two-time all-conference performer at defensive back. Cooper had his senior year cut short due to injury, but averaged 11.1 yards per carry as a running back at Coral Gables (Fla.) High School. Connors was a two-time all-conference selection at Arvada West High School in Arvada, Colo. Engel was an all-league selection at Modesto Christian High School in Modesto, Calif. Hopkins was an all-district and all-state performer for Burke High School in Omaha, Neb. Russell was an allconference selection for Brighton High School in Brighton, Colo. Stonebraker is an in-state recruit from Lyons High School in Lyons, Kan. Tichenor, native of Valley Falls, Kan., was a two-time all-league selection at Jefferson West High School. Wondra, native of Wichita, Kan., was an all-league selection at Maize South High School.

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KOREY ALLISON

AARON BURTON

Defensive Back 5-10 - 180 - Senior Martinez, Calif. Laney (Calif.) College

Defensive Lineman 6-4 - 305 - Junior Great Bend, Kan. Great Bend HS

2010 (Jr): Played in all 11 games at defensive back and started the final six games of the season...Ranked sixth on the team in tackles with 52...Ranked second on the team in pass break-ups with four...Had seven or more tackles in five games... Recorded a season-high nine tackles against Missouri Southern...Recorded his lone forced fumble of the season against Truman...Recorded his only interception of the season against Central Missouri...Earned first FHSU letter. Laney (Calif.) College: Allconference first team selection as a sophomore in 2009...Played two years for the Eagles. Alhambra HS: Two-time all-conference selection at defensive back and wide receiver... Lettered three years in football and basketball.

2010 (So): Appeared in all 11 games as a reserve on the defensive line...Recorded at least one tackle in eight of 11 games...Posted a season-high three tackles at Emporia State and against Washburn...Recorded a forced fumble against Truman and a pass break-up against Washburn...Earned second FHSU letter. 2009 (R-Fr): Appeared in two games...Suffered a season-ending injury in the second game of the season against Colorado Mines...Recorded a season-high three tackles at Western State...Earned first FHSU letter. 2008 (Fr): Redshirted the 2008 season. Great Bend HS: Earned all-state selections by the KFCA and Topeka Capital Journal...Earned first-team allconference honors for the Panthers... Lettered four years in football.

Personal MAJOR - Criminal Justice. PARENTS - Ronald Allison & Arlicia Allen.

Personal MAJOR - Justice Studies. PARENTS - Kwin & Annette Burton.

Allison’s Career Defensive Stats (FHSU) Year GP-GS UT AT TOT TFL Sacks/YL 2010 11-6 28 24 52 0-0 0-0 Allison’s Career Return Stats (FHSU) Year KOR Yds Avg Long TD I 2010 4 70 17.5 42 0 I

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Burton’s Career Defensive Stats Year GP-GS UT AT TOT TFL 2009 2-0 2 1 3 0-0 2010 11-0 8 8 16 2.0-6 Totals 13-0 10 9 19 2.0-6

Sacks/YL 0-0 0-0 0-0

FF 0 1 1

FR INT PBR 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

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KEATON CALLINS

Tight End 6-4 - 265 - Senior Beloit, Kan. Beloit HS

Wide Receiver 6-0 - 185 - Redshirt-Sophomore Guthrie, Okla. Northwestern Oklahoma State

2010 (Jr): Appeared in eight games for the Tigers...Did not accumulate any offensive stats...Earned second FHSU letter. 2009 (So): Appeared in one game for the Tigers...Did not accumulate any offensive stats. 2008 (Fr): Appeared in six games for the Tigers...Did not accumulate any offensive stats...Earned first FHSU letter. Beloit HS: All-league selection football for both offense and defense...Earned all-state honors in football and basketball...All-league selection in basketball... State medalist in the shot put for track and field...Lettered four years in track and field and three years in football and basketball at BHS. Personal MAJOR - Health & Human Performance. PARENTS - Jerry & Yvette Brown.

2010 (So): Redshirted the 2010 season. Northwestern Oklahoma State: Appeared in four games as a freshman, completing 7-of-16 passes for 34 yards and one touchdown, and rushing for 38 yards and one touchdown. Guthrie HS: Led Class 5A for passing yards and touchdowns as a senior in 2008...Oil Bowl Participant. Personal MAJOR - Justice Studies. PARENTS - Reggie & Cristy Callins.


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Linebacker 6-3 - 235 - Senior Alma, Neb. Southern Valley HS

2010 (So): Did not appear in any games. Butler (Kan.) CC: Redshirted his freshman year of 2008 and then was a member of the team as a redshirt-freshman in 2009. Remington HS: All-state first team selection as a senior in 2007...Allstate honorable mention quarterback as a junior in 2006...All-league first team selection in 2006 and 2007...Played in 2008 Kansas Shrine Bowl...Four-year letterwinner in football, basketball and track and field.

2010 (Jr): Played in 10 games and started nine...Tied for seventh on the team in tackles with 40...Posted a career-high 12 tackles at Emporia State...Recorded both of his pass break-ups for the season against East Central...Had five or more tackles in four games...Earned third FHSU letter. 2009 (So): Played in all 11 games and started six at linebacker...Ranked 11th on the team in total tackles with 34...Had a season-high eight tackles at Western State...Recorded two tackles for loss...Earned second FHSU letter. 2008 (R-Fr): Played in all 11 games... Recorded three tackles on the season, with one in three separate games... Earned first FHSU letter. 2007(Fr): Redshirted the 2007 season. Southern Valley HS: All-state honorable mention selection in 2004, 2005 and 2006... All-district first team selection as a junior and senior...All-region first team selection as a junior and senior... McCook Gazette All-Region First Team in 2005 and 2006...Holds school record for tackles...Nominated to the Nebraska All-State Game.

Personal MAJOR - Biology. PARENTS - John & Kathy Cherryholmes.

NICK DREITZ

Personal MAJOR - Technology Studies. PARENTS - Kirk & Penny Einspahr.

Sacks/YL 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

FF 0 0 0 0

FR INT PBR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2

TANNER HAGEMAN Wide Receiver 6-1 - 175 - Sophomore Cheney, Kan. Cheney HS 2010 (R-Fr): Appeared in one game at quarterback for the Tigers, but did not record any stats. 2009 (Fr): Redshirted the 2009 season. Cheney HS: Competed in football, basketball and track and field...All-state selection in basketball as a senior. Personal MAJOR - Mathematics. PARENTS - Joseph & Kerri Hageman.

FF 0 0 0 0

FR INT PBR 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 4

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Sacks/YL 0-0 0.5-4 0-0 0.5-4

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Dreitz’s Career Defensive Stats Year GP-GS UT AT TOT TFL 2008 11-0 12 24 36 0-0 2009 11-11 38 51 89 3.5-11 2010 10-10 24 39 63 1.0-2 Totals 32-21 74 114 188 4.5-13

Defensive Stats AT TOT TFL 1 3 0-0 23 34 2-3 21 40 2.5-2 45 77 4.5-5

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Personal MAJOR - Nursing. PARENTS - Randy & Connie Dreitz.

Einspahr’s Career Year GP-GS UT 2008 11-0 2 2009 11-6 11 2010 10-9 19 Totals 32-15 32

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2010 (Jr): Started in all 10 games that he played...Ranked third on the team in tackles with 63...Posted a season-high nine tackles against Washburn...Recorded his only interception and fumble recovery of the season against Truman...Had two pass break-ups for the second straight season...Recorded at least six tackles in seven of his 10 games played...Earned third FHSU letter. 2009 (So): Started in all 11 games at linebacker...Led the team in tackles with 89...Led the team in assisted tackles with 51...Recorded 3.5 tackles for loss and a half-sack...His lone interception of the season was at Missouri Southern...Recorded two pass break-ups...Posted a career high and tied the team season high with 14 tackles at Pittsburg State...Reached double digits in total tackles in the last three games of the season...Earned second FHSU letter. 2008 (R-Fr): Played in all 11 games... Ranked eighth on the team in tackles with 36...Led all FHSU freshmen in tackles...Posted a season-high five tackles on two occasions, coming at Emporia State and against Missouri Southern...Recorded three or more tackles in nine of the 11 games... Earned first FHSU letter. 2007 (Fr): Redshirted the 2007 season. Brush HS: Two-time All-State and All-Patriot League selection at linebacker...AllPatriot League selection at tight end as a sophomore...Defensive Player of the Year in 2005...Played in the Colorado All-State Game...Four-year letterwinner in football.

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Linebacker 6-2 - 225 - Senior Brush, Colo. Brush HS

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Wide Receiver 5-10 - 195 - Junior Potwin, Kan. Butler (Kan.) CC

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BROCK EINSPAHR

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Defensive Lineman 6-3 - 300 - Senior Fairfield, Calif. University of Florida

Defensive Back 5-11 - 185 - Redshirt-Freshman Claflin, Kan. Claflin HS

2010 (Jr): Played in nine games and started five...Started the first three games of the season before an injury reduced his playing time the remainder of the season...Recorded a season-high five tackles against Western State and Truman...Recorded his only assisted sack of the season against Western State...Lone pass break-up of the season was at Nebraska-Omaha... Earned first FHSU letter. University of Florida: Medical redshirt for the Gators in 2009. City College of San Francisco: Ranked in the top 25 nationally overall and No. 3 at defensive line for junior college prospects in 2008 by Scout.com. Armijo HS: All-league selection and three-year letterwinner in football...Also lettered in basketball for two years and wrestling and track and field for one year. Personal MAJOR - General Studies. PARENTS - Edwin Herbert & Jeanine Wernecke. Herbert’s Career Defensive Stats (FHSU) Year GP-GS UT AT TOT TFL Sacks/YL 2010 9-5 3 14 17 1.5-4 0.5-2

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2010 (So): Played in all 11 games and started three contests at linebacker...Tied for seventh on the team in tackles with 40...Recorded a career-high 13 tackles at Nebraska-Omaha...Recorded at least five tackles in four games...Posted his only sack of the season against Missouri Southern...Earned second FHSU letter. 2009 (R-Fr): Appeared in all 11 games and started five at linebacker...Ranked third on the team in total tackles with 79...Recorded four tackles for loss and one sack...Recorded one forced fumble and one interception...Had a season-high 12 tackles against Washburn and Pittsburg State...Reached double digits in total tackles four times...Recorded his lone forced fumble and interception against Missouri Southern...Earned first FHSU letter. 2008 (Fr): Redshirted the 2008 season. Claflin HS: As a senior, earned first-team all-league honors at linebacker...Two-time all-league selection at running back...First-team alldistrict selection at linebacker...Played in the Kansas 8-Man All-Star Game...Lettered four years in football, basketball and tennis for the Wildcats. Personal MAJOR - History. PARENTS - Curtis & Robin Hickel. Other: Brother of former FHSU player Jordan Hickel. Hickel’s Career Defensive Stats Year GP-GS UT AT TOT TFL 2009 11-5 31 48 79 4-15 2010 11-3 20 20 40 2-9 Totals 22-8 51 68 119 6-24

Sacks/YL 1-8 1-4 2-12

FF 1 0 1

FR INT PBR 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1

2010 (Fr): Redshirted the 2010 season. Claflin HS: Selected to the Topeka Capital Journal All-State Team at quarterback...Named All-Central Prairie League First Team at quarterback and honorable mention at defensive back...Four-year letterwinner in football and track and field and two-year letterwinner in basketball. Personal MAJOR - Pre-Engineering. PARENTS - Tracey & Kelly Hoffman.

AUSTIN HUBERT Defensive Back 6-4 - 195 - Junior Garden Plain, Kan. Garden Plain HS 2010 (So): Played in all 11 games and made one start in the defensive secondary... Posted a season-high two tackles against Washburn and Missouri Southern... Earned second FHSU letter. 2009 (R-Fr): Played in all 11 games...Recorded six tackles on the season...Posted a season-high three tackles at Western State... Had one fumble return of four yards against Northwest Missouri State...Earned first FHSU letter. 2008 (Fr): Redshirted the 2008 season. Garden Plain HS: Earned all-state honorable mention honors twice at wide receiver...Two-time all-league selection at wide receiver and defensive back...Member of the 2008 Kansas Class 3A state championship team...Hauled in 30 receptions for 507 yards six touchdowns as a receiver, and four interceptions on defense as a senior... Participant in the 2008 Kansas Shrine Bowl...Lettered three years in football, basketball and golf at GPHS. Personal MAJOR - Business Education. PARENTS - Randall & Toni Hubert.

Hubert’s Career Defensive Stats Year GP-GS UT AT TOT TFL 2009 11-0 1 5 6 0-0 2010 11-1 4 4 8 0-0 Totals 22-1 5 9 14 0-0

Sacks/YL 0-0 0-0 0-0

FF 0 0 0

FR INT PBR 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0


RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES Running Back 6-0 - 220 - Senior Wichita, Kan. Butler (Kan.) CC

Tight End/Long Snapper 6-2 - 225 - Senior Winnetka, Calif. Los Angeles Valley College 2010 (Jr): Played in 10 games, primarily on special teams as the long snapper... Recorded three tackles on special teams... Earned first FHSU letter. Los Angeles Valley College: Earned all-conference second team honors for the Monarchs as a center in 2009... Two-time all-conference selection. Notre Dame High School: First team all-league selection for the Black Knights in 2006 and 2007...Three-year letterwinner in football and track and field. Personal MAJOR - Athletic Training. PARENTS - Mike & Debee Jusko.

PLAYERS

Personal MAJOR - Psychology. PARENTS Ricky Jacques & Katina Gardner.

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Receiving Yds Avg TD Long 75 8.3 0 19

CHRIS JONES

Personal MAJOR - Sports Management. PARENTS - Clarky Jones & Janet Pollard.

2010 (So): Played in all 11 games as the team’s placekicker...Converted 34-of-39 extra-point attempts and 9-of-17 field goal attempts...Season-long field goal of 52 yards against Western State tied for the third-longest in FHSU history...Made a season-high two field goals at Emporia State and against Washburn...Kicked a season-high six extra points in each of the first two games, going 12-of-12 to start the season...Averaged 52.0 yards per attempt on 33 kickoffs...Earned first FHSU letter. Univ. of West Alabama: Made 4-of-6 field goal attempts and 16-of-21 extra-point attempts as a freshman in 2009...Longest field goal of the season was 42 yards...Redshirted as a true freshman in 2008. Mortimer Jordan HS: Lettered three years in football and two years in soccer.

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Kimbrough’s Career Kicking Stats (FHSU) Extra Points Field Goals Year GP XP XPA Pct. I FG FGA Pct. Long 2010 11 34 39 .871 I 9 17 .529 52 Field Goal Breakdown Year 10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Long 2010 1-1 1-2 4-6 2-4 1-4 52

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Personal MAJOR - Political Science. PARENTS - Joel & Johanna Kimbrough.

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2010 (R-Fr): Did not appear in any games. Valley City State (N.D.): Redshirted the 2009 season at Valley City State. Sierra HS: Earned first-team and secondteam all conference honors in his career for the Stallions...Three-year letterwinner in football.

Kicker 5-9 - 175 - Junior Warrior, Ala. University of West Alabama

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Linebacker 6-1 - 235 - Sophomore Colorado Springs, Colo. Valley City State

TYLER KIMBROUGH

OPPONENTS

Jacques’ Career Offensive Stats (FHSU) Rushing Year GP-GS No. Yds Avg TD Long I 2010 10-0 42 154 3.7 0 14 I

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2010 (Jr): Played in 10 games in a reserve role at running back...Ranked third on the team in rushing yards with 154 and attempts with 42...Ranked seventh on the team in receiving yards with 75...Posted a season-high 55 rushing yards against Western State in the season opener...Produced a season-high five receptions and 40 receiving yards against Western State... Had his longest run from scrimmage (14 yards) and longest reception (19 yards) against Western State...Carried the ball a season-high 12 times against East Central...Earned first FHSU letter. Butler (Kan.) CC: Led the Grizzlies in rushing as a sophomore in 2009 with 699 yards on 134 carries, while scoring three touchdowns...Rushed for 159 yards as a freshman in just five games played. Liberal HS: All-state and allconference selection.

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STEVEN KOENIG

CHASE KREUTZER

Linebacker 6-2 - 210 - Redshirt-Freshman Johnstown, Colo. Roosevelt HS

Running Back 5-10 - 205 - Redshirt-Freshman Pratt, Kan. Pratt HS

2010 (Fr): Redshirted the 2010 season. Roosevelt HS: All-conference and allarea honorable mention selection for the Rough Riders...Posted 50 tackles in his senior season...Lettered four years in football and wrestling, and one year in baseball and track and field. Personal MAJOR - Criminal Justice. PARENTS - Doug Koenig & Laura Koenig.

ETHAN KOSJER

Tight End 6-3 - 250 - Senior Redondo Beach, Calif. Los Angeles Valley College

2010 (Jr): Played in all 11 games as the team’s punter...Led the MIAA in punting average (42.7 yards)...Posted the second-highest single-season punting average in FHSU history...Season-long punt of 61 yards came at Northwest Missouri State... Punted a season-high five times in four games...Produced 11 punts of 50 or more yards...Moved to seventh on the all-time punt yardage list at FHSU (3,526)...Used 27 times as the kicker on kickoffs, averaging 62.9 yards per attempt and produced seven touchbacks...Earned third FHSU letter. 2009 (So): Earned All-MIAA Second Team honors at punter...Don Hansen Football Gazette All-Super Region 4 Third Team at punter...Led the MIAA in yards per punt (40.3)...One of only two punters in the MIAA to average 40 or more yards per punt...Posted the fifth-best singleseason punting average at Fort Hays State...Longest boot of the season was 65 yards at Missouri Southern... Had six punts of 50 or more yards and 11 punts inside the 20-yardline...Used for kickoffs in five of the 11 games... Averaged 57.3 yards per kickoff... Earned second FHSU letter. 2008 (Fr): Played in the final four games of the season after starting kicker Nathan Rausa went down with a season-ending injury...Went a perfect 7-of-7 on extra point conversions...Missed his only two field goal attempts of the season... Earned first FHSU letter. Douglass HS: Three-year all-league selection as a punter and kicker...Two-time all-state selection at kicker...Lettered four years in football and baseball, and two years in basketball for the Bulldogs. Personal MAJOR - Health & Human Performance. PARENTS - Marcus & Shirley Kosjer.

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Kosjer’s Career Kicking Stats Extra Points Field Goals Year GP XP XPA Pct. I FG FGA Pct. Long 2008 4 7 7 1.000 I 0 2 .000 --Field Goal Breakdown Year 10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Long 2008 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 ---

Personal MAJOR - Accounting. PARENTS - Kenneth & Lori Kreutzer.

CHASE LEAKE

Punter/Kicker 6-3 - 195 - Senior Douglass, Kan. Douglass HS

Kosjer’s Career Punting Stats Year GP No. Yds Avg. Long 2009 11 43 1734 40.3 65 2010 11 42 1792 42.7 61 Totals 22 85 3526 41.5 65

2010 (Fr): Redshirted the 2010 season. Pratt HS: All-state selection at running back and all-league selection at running back and linebacker...Finished fifth in the state in the 215-pound weight class in wrestling...Named the team Offensive Player of the Year and MVP and the Pratt HS Athlete of the Year...Posted over 1,100 rushing yards as a senior.

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2010 (Jr): Played in 10 games and made three starts at tight end...Caught one pass for 11 yards against Western State in the season opener... Earned first FHSU letter. Los Angeles Valley College: Earned all-conference second team honors at tight end as a sophomore in 2009, posting 23 catches for 249 yards and three touchdowns...Averaged 10.8 yards per catch last season. Personal MAJOR - Health & Human Performance. PARENTS - Chuck Leake & Bobbie Gates.

Leake’s Career Offensive Stats (FHSU) Rushing Year GP-GS No. Yds Avg TD Long I 2010 10-3 0 0 0.0 0 0 I

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Receiving Yds Avg TD Long 11 11.0 0 11

LAMAR LEON Offensive Lineman 6-2 - 295 - Senior Tallahassee, Fla. Georgia Military College 2010 (R-Jr): Started all six games in which he played...Season was cut short due to injury... Made four starts at left tackle and two at right guard. 2009 (Jr): Redshirted the 2009 season. Georgia Military College: Played two years at GMC...Played in two NJCAA bowl games with the Bulldogs. Personal MAJOR - Justice Studies. PARENT - Ruby M. Ardley.


RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES Defensive Back 6-0 - 195 - Redshirt-Freshman Natoma, Kan. Natoma HS

Defensive Lineman 6-0 - 280 - Senior Tampa, Fla. Florida Atlantic University

2010 (Fr): Redshirted the 2010 season. Cloud County (Kan.) CC: Attended school at Cloud County Community College for a year before transferring to FHSU. Natoma HS: Four-year letterwinner in football, basketball and track and field for the Tigers...Lettered one year in baseball. Personal MAJOR - Geology. PARENTS - Kenny & Lori Lyle.

Personal MAJOR - Justice Studies. PARENTS Ernesto & Theresa Martinez.

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BLAKE McAHREN Quarterback 6-4 - 195 - Redshirt-Senior Fairfield, Calif. Solano (Calif.) CC 2010 (Sr): Redshirted the 2010 season. 2009 (Jr): Appeared in two games as the backup to starter Mike Garrison...Completed his only passing attempt of the season...Had three rushing attempts for a total of 19 yards...Earned first FHSU letter. Solano (Calif.) CC: Completed 145-of-285 passes for 2106 yards and 24 touchdowns as a sophomore in 2008...Led the Bay Valley Conference in passing yards per game (234.0) in 2008...Threw for 2263 yards and 20 touchdowns as a freshman. Personal MAJOR - Sociology. PARENTS - Kelly & Tammy McAhren.

Passing Year GP-GS Cmp Att Int Yds Pct TD 2009 2-0 1 1 0 -2 1.000 0

Receiving Yds Avg TD Long 0 0.0 0 0

Long Avg/P Avg/G Effic 0 -2.0 -1.0 83.2

RECORDS

McAhren’s Career Offensive Stats (FHSU) Rushing Year GP-GS No. Yds Avg TD Long I Rec 2009 2-0 3 19 6.3 0 11 I 0

THE MIAA

Sacks/YL 0-0 0-0 0-0

Defensive Stats (FHSU) AT TOT TFL Sacks/YL 4 4 1-6 0.5-5 4 9 1-3 0-0 8 13 2-9 0.5-5

REVIEW

Personal MAJOR - Athletic Training. PARENTS - Brant & Tina Marcotte.

Martinez’s Career Year GP-GS UT 2009 10-0 0 2010 11-3 5 Totals 21-3 5

OPPONENTS

2010 (So): Played in nine of 11 games in a reserve role...Recorded seven tackles for the season, a forced fumble, and interception, and a pass break-up...Made a season-high two tackles against East Central, Central Missouri, and Pittsburg State...Recorded his only interception of the season against Central Missouri and returned it 26 yards...Also had his only pass break-up of the season against Central Missouri...Recorded his lone forced fumble against East Central... Earned second FHSU letter. 2009 (Fr): Played in all 11 games...Recorded four tackles...All four of his tackles came within the last two games...Posted a season-high three tackles against Northwest Missouri State...Earned first FHSU letter. Blackwell HS: All-district selection in Oklahoma Class 3A...Preseason all-state honors in 2008...Lettered four years in baseball, three years in football, basketball and track and field, and one year in golf.

Marcotte’s Career Defensive Stats Year GP-GS UT AT TOT TFL 2009 11-0 1 3 4 0-0 2010 9-0 2 5 7 0-0 Totals 20-0 3 8 11 0-0

PLAYERS

Defensive Back 5-11 - 195 - Junior Blackwell, Okla. Blackwell HS

COACHES

STEPHEN MARCOTTE

2010 (Jr): Played in all 11 games and made three starts...Recorded nine tackles and one tackle for loss... Recorded a career-high three tackles against Central Missouri, which was also the game he recorded the tackle for loss...Earned second FHSU letter. 2009 (So): Appeared in 10 games on the defensive line...Recorded four total tackles on the season, all coming within his first three games...Had a season-high two tackles against Missouri Western... Had a half-sack against Western State and had a total of one tackle for loss on the season...Earned first FHSU letter. Florida Atlantic: Member of the Owls football team for two years.

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

ERNESTO MARTINEZ

FORT HAYS STATE

JARED LYLE

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RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES ZACH NASH

TIM PARKER

Defensive Back 5-11 - 195 - Sophomore Fort Lupton, Colo. Fort Lupton HS

Defensive Back 5-11 - 190 - Junior Glendale, Ariz. Ironwood HS

2010 (R-Fr): Played in 10 of 11 games for the Tigers, mainly on special teams... Recorded seven tackles for the season...Had a season-high three tackles against Truman...Earned first FHSU letter. 2009 (Fr): Redshirted the 2009 season. Fort Lupton HS: All-league selection in baseball...Played football, basketball and baseball for the Bluedevils. Personal MAJOR - Justice Studies. PARENT - Patty Nash. Nash’s Career Defensive Stats Year GP-GS UT AT TOT TFL 2010 10-0 4 3 7 0-0

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FF 0

FR INT PBR 0 0 0

SHAUN OHLDE Running Back 6-0 - 185 - Sophomore Palmer, Kan. Linn HS 2010 (R-Fr): Played in three games but did not record any stats...Earned first FHSU letter. 2009 (Fr): Redshirted the 2009 season. Linn HS: Kansas 8-Man All-Star Game participant...First-team all-area and all-league selection at running back...All-state honorable mention selection.

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MITCHELL PANENO Offensive Lineman 6-2 - 265 - Senior Lake Isabella, Calif. Bakersfield (Calif.) College 2010 (Jr): Appeared in one game as a reserve on the offensive line...Earned first FHSU letter. Bakersfield College: Starting right guard for the Renegades as a sophomore in 2009...Redshirted the 2008 season following his freshman year of 2007. Kern Valley HS: Lettered two years in football and one year in track and field. Personal MAJOR - Communications. PARENT - Michael & Debbe Paneno.

2010 (So): Started all 11 games for the Tigers at cornerback...Led the team in interceptions with three...Ranked 13th on the team in tackles with 24...Led the team in total passes defended with seven...Recorded interceptions against Truman, Pittsburg State, and at Northwest Missouri State...Had a season-high four tackles against East Central and Central Missouri...Spent time as a kick returner the second half of the season, recording six returns for 165 yards...Averaged 27.5 yards per kick return...Longest kick return was 64 yards against Missouri Southern...CoSIDA Academic All-District 7 Third Team selection in the college division...Earned second FHSU letter. 2009 (Fr): Played in all 11 games and started three contests at cornerback...One of 18 players on the team with at least 20 total tackles...Posted a season-high seven tackles at Missouri Southern...Had one tackle for loss and one pass break-up on the season...Returned two kicks for an average of 34 yards... Season-long kick return was for 51 yards against Colorado Mines...Earned first FHSU letter. Ironwood HS: First team all-region at cornerback and second team all-region at wide receiver...Named team MVP... Member of state champion 4x100 meter state championship relay team...Lettered three years in football and track and field, and one year in basketball. Personal MAJOR - Psychology. PARENTS - Lloyd & Gloria Parker. Parker’s Career Defensive Stats Year GP-GS UT AT TOT TFL 2009 11-3 14 6 20 1-1 2010 11-11 18 6 24 1.5-4 Totals 22-14 32 12 44 2.5-5 Parker’s Career Return Stats Year KOR Yds Avg Long TD 2009 2 68 34.0 51 0 2010 6 165 27.5 64 0 Totals 8 233 29.1 64 0

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KYLE PERRY Linebacker 6-4 - 230 - Junior Garden Plain, Kan. Garden Plain HS 2010 (So): Played in four games as a reserve...Recorded his only tackle of the season at Missouri Western...Earned second FHSU letter. 2009 (R-Fr): Appeared in six games...Recorded a total of eight tackles on the season...Posted a seasonhigh seven tackles at Missouri Southern...Earned first FHSU letter. 2008 (Fr): Redshirted the 2008 season. Garden Plain HS: First-team all-state selection at defensive end...All-league honors at defensive end and tight end...Third-Team Elite 11 selection...Recorded 70 tackles, nine sacks and 14 tackles for loss as a senior...Member of Kansas Class 3A state championship team in 2008...Lettered three years in football. Personal MAJOR - Business. PARENTS - Jimmy & Suzy Perry. Perry’s Career Defensive Stats Year GP-GS UT AT TOT TFL 2009 6-0 5 3 8 0-0 2010 4-0 1 0 1 0-0 Totals 10-0 6 3 9 0-0

Sacks/YL 0-0 0-0 0-0

FF 0 0 0

FR INT PBR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES

Running Back 5-10 - 175 - Redshirt-Freshman Ellis, Kan. Ellis HS

Offensive Lineman 6-2 - 285 - Junior Ardmore, Okla. Dickson HS

2010 (Fr): Redshirted the 2010 season. Ellis HS: Three-time all-league selection at running back, including one first team selection, and two-time all-league selection at linebacker...Rushed for over 2,500 yards over his final two years of high school...Lettered four years in football, three years in baseball, and two years in basketball.

Personal MAJOR - Finance/Mathematics. PARENTS John Rouse & Shari Sims.

COACHES

Personal MAJOR - Health & Human Performance. PARENTS - Jim & Linda Pfeifer.

2010 (So): Started all 11 games on the offensive line...Made all 11 starts at left guard...Earned second FHSU letter. 2009 (R-Fr): Played in nine games and started seven contests on the offensive line, all at left guard...Earned first FHSU letter. 2008 (Fr): Redshirted the 2008 season. Dickson HS: All-state selection as a senior...All-area honors for two years and all-district honors for one year...Recorded 153 career pancake blocks in high school...Participated in an all-star game for the state of Oklahoma...Lettered four years in football, track and field, and powerlifting for the Comets.

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

JOHN “HAWK” ROUSE

FORT HAYS STATE

DYLAN PFEIFER

PLAYERS

Offensive Lineman 6-3 - 260 - Junior McPherson, Kan. McPherson HS

Defensive Lineman 6-2 - 250 - Senior Bakersfield, Calif. Bakersfield (Calif.) College

Personal MAJOR - Technology Studies. PARENTS - Mark & Nellie Reese.

2010 (Jr): Played in 10 games, all in a reserve role on the defensive line...Recorded 17 tackles for the season...Had a season-high five tackles at Northwest Missouri State...Recorded his only two pass break-ups of the season at Emporia State...Earned first FHSU letter. Bakersfield College: Played two seasons on the defensive line for the Renegades. Centennial HS: All-star selection for the Bakersfield area...Lettered two years in football.

THE MIAA

2010 (So): Played in all 11 games on the offensive line and made nine starts... Made seven starts at left tackle and two starts at right tackle...Earned second FHSU letter. 2009 (R-Fr): Played in all 11 games and made three starts on the offensive line...Made two starts at left tackle and one start at right guard...Earned first FHSU letter. 2008 (Fr): Redshirted the 2008 season. McPherson HS: Allconference first team selection as an offensive lineman twice...Second team all-state selection as a senior...Lettered three years in football.

Personal MAJOR - Political Science. PARENTS - Kirk & Mary Shelton.

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RECORDS

Shelton’s Career Defensive Stats Year GP-GS UT AT TOT TFL 2010 10-0 6 11 17 1-2

REVIEW

CAMERON SHELTON

OPPONENTS

JOSH REESE

HISTORY

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RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES ANTHONY SMITH

EDWARD SMITH

Wide Receiver 6-3 - 215 - Redshirt-Senior Arlington, Texas Sam Houston HS

Running Back 5-10 - 190 - Sophomore Miami, Fla. Southwest Miami HS

2010 (Sr): Played in just two games before suffering a season-ending injury... Granted a medical hardship year to get his senior year of eligibility back...Made two receptions for 32 yards...Longest reception of season was 19 yards against East Central. 2009 (Jr): Earned All-MIAA Honorable Mention honors at wide receiver...Played in nine games and started six games...Ranked third on the team in receiving yards per game (33.0)...Ranked fourth on the team in receiving yards (297)...Ranked fifth on the team in receptions (25) and yards per catch (11.9)...Had a season-high seven catches and 88 receiving yards against Northwest Missouri State...Earned third FHSU letter. 2008 (So): Played in 11 games, making 10 starts... Became the starting quarterback for four games after Mike Garrison went down with an injury...Threw for a season-high 261 yards, completing 30-of-44 passing attempts at Northwest Missouri State...Recorded his only passing touchdown of the season at Northwest Missouri State...Rushed for a season-high 134 yards and two touchdowns at Missouri Western...Led the team in rushing touchdowns with four...Ranked third on the team in rushing with 276 yards, averaging 3.5 yards per carry...Led the team in receptions (20) and receiving yards (288), averaging 14.4 yards per catch...Lone receiving touchdown came at Emporia State... Tied for the team lead in scoring with 30 points...Earned second FHSU letter. 2007 (Fr): Appeared in all 11 games for the Tigers, starting one game at wide receiver...Hauled in one reception for six yards, coming at Washburn...Saw action at quarterback occasionally, rushing five times for 19 yards...Averaged 3.8 yards per carry...Earned first FHSU letter. Sam Houston HS: Lettered three years in football for the Texans of Sam Houston High School...Also competed in basketball and track and field.

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A. Smith’s Career Offensive Rushing Year GP-GS No. Yds Avg 2007 11-1 5 19 3.8 2008 11-10 78 276 3.5 2009 9-6 0 0 0.0 2010 2-0 0 0 0.0 Totals 33-17 83 295 3.6

Stats TD Long I 0 12 I 4 18 I 0 0 I 0 0 I 4 18 I

Passing Year GP-GS Cmp Att Int Yds Pct TD 2008 11-10 61 111 5 601 .550 1

Rec 1 20 25 2 48

Receiving Yds Avg TD Long 6 6.0 0 6 288 14.4 1 48 297 11.9 0 25 32 16.0 0 19 623 13.0 1 48

Long Avg/P Avg/G Effic 33 5.4 54.6 94.4

2010 (Fr): Appeared in nine games at running back in a reserve role...Rushed for 101 yards on 15 attempts with two touchdowns, averaging 6.7 yards per carry... Caught two passes for a total of 10 yards...Rushed for a season-high 55 yards on four carries against Truman...Had a season high nine carries and both of his touchdowns against Western State...Longest run from scrimmage was 39 yards against Truman...As a kick returner, accumulated 251 yards on 16 returns...Produced a season-high 79 kick return yards on five attempts against Washburn...Longest kick return was 27 yards at Nebraska-Omaha...Earned first FHSU letter. Southwest Miami HS: Second-leading rusher in Miami-Dade County as a senior...Ran for over 1,600 yards with 21 touchdowns in 2009... Leading rusher in the Miami-Dade County AllStar Game. Personal MAJOR - Justice Studies. PARENTS - Edward Smith & Angela Resse. E. Smith’s Career Offensive Stats Rushing Year GP-GS No. Yds Avg TD Long I 2010 9-0 15 101 6.7 2 39 I

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Receiving Yds Avg TD Long 10 5.0 0 9

E. Smith’s Career Return Stats Year KOR Yds Avg Long TD 2010 16 251 15.7 27 0

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CASEY SORRELL Offensive Lineman 6-2 - 280 - Senior Bakersfield, Calif. Bakersfield (Calif.) College 2010 (Jr): Played in 10 games and started eight contests...Made all eight of his starts at right guard...Earned first FHSU letter. Bakersfield (Calif.) College: Starting left guard for the Renegades as a sophomore in 2009...All-conference first team selection. Liberty HS: Lettered two years in football and one year in track and field. Personal MAJOR - Communications. PARENTS - Jeffrey & Carol Sorrell.


RETURNING PLAYER/NEWCOMER PROFILES FORT HAYS STATE

Linebacker 6-0 - 225 - Junior Chandler, Okla. Chandler HS

2011 (Sr): Named Preseason First Team All-American by Consensus Draft Services. 2010 (Jr): Started all 11 games at linebacker...Earned All-MIAA Honorable Mention honors...Ranked second in the MIAA in tackles with 114...Ranked second in the MIAA in tackles per game (10.7)...Tied for 12th in NCAA Division II in total tackles...Tied for 10th in NCAA Division II for tackles per game...Became the first FHSU player since 2003 to record at least 100 tackles in a season...Most tackles in single season at FHSU since 1996 when Keith Eck recorded 117...Recorded a season-high 14 tackles at Nebraska-Omaha...Reached double digits in tackles in seven games...Recorded his only interception of the season at Nebraska-Omaha... Notched his only forced fumble of the season at Northwest Missouri State...Ranked third on the team in tackles for loss (5.5)...Led or tied for the team lead in tackles in 10 of 11 games...One of only two players on the Tiger defense to earn All-MIAA honors in 2010...CoSIDA Academic All-District 7 First Team selection in the college division...Earned third FHSU letter. 2009 (So): Played in all 11 games at linebacker... Ranked seventh on the team in total tackles with 42...Recorded a season-high eight tackles at Pittsburg State...One of just eight players on the team with 40 or more tackles for the season...Earned second FHSU letter. 2008 (R-Fr): Played in all 11 games...Posted a season-high four tackles against New Mexico Highlands... All nine of his tackles on the season were solo tackles...Earned first FHSU letter. 2007(Fr): Redshirted the 2007 season. McPherson HS: First-Team All-AVCTL selection in 2006...Named the 2006 AVCTL Defensive Player of the Year...Named Salina Journal Top Linebacker....First-Team AllState selection by the Salina Journal, Topeka Capital-Journal, Wichita Eagle, and Kansas Football Coaches Association...Named to Hutchinson News Elite Second Team...Recorded 162 total tackles and five interceptions in 2006...Top ranked wrestler in the state at 215 pounds.

2010 (So): Played in 10 games, all in a reserve roll at linebacker...Recorded a total of 12 tackles for the season...Had a season-high three tackles against Truman... Recorded his lone pass break-up of the season against Western State...Earned second FHSU letter. 2009 (Fr): Played in seven games...Recorded a total of three tackles...Had a season-high two tackles at Missouri Southern...Recorded one blocked kick on the season...Earned first FHSU letter. Chandler HS: Class 2A Linebacker of the Year...Member of Class 2A State Runner-Up squad...All-state honorable mention selection...Lettered four years in football and basketball.

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FF 0 0 0

FR INT PBR 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

DYLAN YOUNG Offensive Lineman 6-0 - 270 - Redshirt-Freshman Tonganoxie, Kan. Tonganoxie HS 2010 (Fr): Redshirted the 2010 season. Tonganoxie HS: Team captain as a senior...Starter his final two years...Three-year letterwinner in football.

TANNER WIENS

2010 (So): Redshirted the 2010 season. Hutchinson (Kan.) CC: Played one year for the Dragons in 2009. Meade HS: Lettered four years in basketball and three years in football and track and field.

HISTORY

Personal MAJOR - Secondary Education. PARENTS - Kevin & Debbie Wiens.

RECORDS

Defensive Lineman 6-4 - 230 - Redshirt-Sophomore Meade, Kan. Hutchinson (Kan.) CC

Personal MAJOR - Business Administration. PARENTS - Kurt & Jeri Young.

THE MIAA

Defensive Stats AT TOT TFL 0 9 0-0 21 42 1.5-8 58 114 5.5-10 79 165 7-18

Sacks/YL 0-0 0-0 0-0

REVIEW

Whitehill’s Career Year GP-GS UT 2008 11-0 9 2009 11-0 21 2010 11-11 56 Totals 33-11 86

Woodall’s Career Defensive Stats Year GP-GS UT AT TOT TFL 2009 7-0 2 1 3 0-0 2010 10-0 3 9 12 0-0 Totals 17-0 5 10 15 0-0

OPPONENTS

Personal MAJOR - Nursing. PARENTS - Todd & Lori Whitehill.

Personal MAJOR - Health & Human Performance. PARENTS - Al & Lisa Woodall.

PLAYERS

Linebacker 6-3 - 220 - Senior McPherson, Kan. McPherson HS

COACHES

A.J. WOODALL

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ALEX WHITEHILL

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JOSH BALMAN

TAYLOR CONNORS

Offensive Lineman 6-4 - 315 - Junior Delano, Calif. Bakersfield (Calif.) College

Defensive Back 5-9 - 195 - Freshman Hays, Kan. Hays HS

Defensive Back 6-1 - 185 - Freshman Arvada, Colo. Arvada West HS

Bakersfield (Calif.) College: Two-year starter on the offensive line. Delano HS: All-conference selection as an offensive lineman.

Hays HS: Two-time All-WAC selection as a safety in 2009 and running back in 2010…Two-time all-state honorable mention selection…Member of the 2010 Hays High School Class 5A state championship team.

Arvada West HS: Two-time first team all-conference selection…All-county first team selection at safety in 2009...North Metro League offensive MVP in 2010… Passed for over 2,200 yards and 24 touchdowns as a senior, adding more than 650 yards and nine touchdowns on the ground.

TREVEON ALBERT

BASIL BANDY

SHAQUILLE COOPER

Quarterback 6-1 - 195 - Freshman Atlanta, Ga. Grady HS

Defensive Lineman 6-2 - 225 - Junior Fairfield, Calif. Santa Rosa (Calif.) CC

Defensive Back 5-9 - 175 - Freshman Coral Gables, Fla. Coral Gables HS

Grady HS: First Team All-City selection as a senior… Passed for over 2,100 yards and 25 touchdowns in 2010, while rushing for over 450 yards.

Santa Rosa (Calif.) College: As a sophomore in 2010, recorded 29 tackles, 5.5 for loss, two sacks and three pass break-ups...As a freshman in 2009, recorded 10 tackles in just four games played. Angelo Rodriguez HS: All-conference first team selection as an offensive lineman...Lettered two years in football.

Coral Gables HS: Senior year was cut short due to injury, but rushed for 367 yards on 33 attempts with four touchdowns, averaging 11.1 yards per carry... Averaged 19.8 yards per reception with one receiving touchdown.

ANDREAS ASHWOOD

DIMECUS BROWN

ELI CORDON

Defensive Back 6-1 - 210 - Junior Tampa, Fla. University of Toledo

Offensive Lineman 6-6 - 330 - Junior Hamilton, Ohio Northwestern Oklahoma State

Tight End 6-5 - 250 - Junior Villisca, Iowa Iowa Western CC

University of Toledo: Played in 20 games over two years at Toledo, making two starts…Had 13 tackles, one interception and one pass break-up in 2009 as a sophomore, with the interception against Ohio State. Hillsborough HS: Earned first team all-conference, first team all-district and second-team all-county honors as a senior.

Northwestern Oklahoma State: Two-year starter on the offensive line...Helped team to two conference titles and team led the conference in rushing offense both years. Fort Scott (Kan.) CC: Redshirted the 2008 season as a true freshman. Hamilton (Ohio) HS: All-state selection in football and basketball.

Iowa Western CC: Second-team All-ICCAC selection in 2010 on a team that won the conference championship in just their second season of competition. Villisca HS: All-Western Iowa defensive lineman selection as a senior.

JEFF BALKENBUSH

CHANCE BULMER

LUKE EDNEY

Defensive Back 6-2 - 195 - Freshman Edmond, Okla. Edmond Memorial HS

Fullback 6-0 - 225 - Sophomore Andover, Kan. Andover HS

Offensive Lineman 6-4 - 245 - Freshman Westminster, Colo. Academy of Charter Schools

Edmond Memorial HS: Earned all-city, all-conference and all-district honors as a defensive back...Recorded 131 tackles and two interceptions in 2010.

FHSU: Redshirted the 2007 season as a true freshman. Andover HS: Lettered four years in football, two years in track and field, and one year in basketball.

Academy of Charter Schools: First team allconference selection in 2010…Selected to play in the Colorado All-State Game in June…Three-year letterman in football…Also lettered in wrestling.


NEWCOMER PROFILES MICHEAL JORDAN

Defensive Back 5-8 - 170 - Freshman Modesto, Calif. Modesto Christian HS

Quarterback 6-1 - 185 - Freshman Dodge City, Kan. Dodge City HS

Running Back 5-9 - 175 - Freshman Kerens, Texas Kerens HS

Modesto Christian HS: All-league selection and helped team to section and state championship in football...Averaged 10.1 yards per carry as a running back and recorded 104 tackles, seven sacks and two interceptions on defense.

Dodge City HS: Class 6A all-state selection by the Kansas Football Coaches Association in 2010…Threw for 2,347 yards and 20 touchdowns in leading the Red Demons to the state semifinals…Rushed for 935 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior.

Kerens HS: District Offensive MVP as a senior with 1,786 rushing yards and 298 receiving yards...First Team All-State at running back...First Team All-District at running back and defensive back as a junior in 2009...Lettered three years in football, basketball and track and field.

COLBY KAMM

Defensive Lineman 6-2 - 275 - Freshman Rockwall, Texas Rockwall HS

Wide Receiver 6-4 - 195 - Freshman Phoenix, Ariz. Mountain Pointe HS

Tight End 6-4 - 255 - Junior Junction City, Kan. Butler (Kan.) CC

Rockwall HS: Played on both the defensive and offensive line in high school, recorded 35 tackles and five sacks as a senior.

Mountain Pointe HS: Honorable mention all-state selection...First team all-region and all-city selection as a senior…Caught 56 passes for over 1,000 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior, breaking the school record for yards and receptions in a season...Lettered three years in football and basketball.

Butler (Kan.) CC: Played two years as a tight end... Played in eight games in 2010 but did not record any offensive stats...Also played baseball and intends to play baseball at Fort Hays State.

LUKE KEENER

Tight End 6-5 - 250 - Freshman Hays, Kan. Hays HS

Defensive Lineman 5-11 - 275 - Freshman Dallas, Texas A. Maceo Smith HS

Defensive Lineman 6-3 - 250 - Sophomore Olmitz, Kan. Garden City (Kan.) CC

Hays HS: Two-time honorable mention all-state selection at defensive end and tight end...All-league first team selection in 2009...Member of the Hays High School Class 5A state championship track team in 2010...Lettered four years in track and field and three years in football and basketball.

A. Maceo Smith HS: First team all-district selection in 2010…Compiled 50 tackles and three sacks as a senior.

Garden City (Kan.) CC: Recorded 35 tackles, two tackles for loss, and 1.5 sacks as a freshman in 2010 while playing in eight games.

JAY KINDLER

Defensive Back 5-11 - 185 - Freshman Omaha, Neb. Burke HS

Offensive Lineman 6-7 - 305 - Junior Blackwell, Okla. Northeastern Oklahoma A&M

Linebacker 5-9 - 180 - Freshman Alma, Neb. Alma Public Schools

Burke HS: All-district defensive back and honorable mention all-state selection as a senior.

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M: Two-year starter for the Golden Norsemen…Played both the guard and tackle positions. Blackwell HS: All-district selection as a lineman...Lettered four years in football and golf, two years in wrestling, and one year in basketball.

HISTORY

Alma Public Schools: First team all-district and allstate selection at fullback and linebacker after compiling 170 tackles, 660 rushing yards, three sacks and an interception in 2010...National Old Spice Player of the Year candidate in 2010...First team all-district in 2009... Lettered four years in track and field, three years in football and one year in cross country.

RECORDS

LOGAN JONES

THE MIAA

TAYLOR HOPKINS

REVIEW

JOHNNY HUBBARD III

OPPONENTS

ZACK GAUGHAN

PLAYERS

GARRETT HOLLE

COACHES

WALTER GARRETT

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

JARED HELFRICH

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SETH KLAUSMEYER

TYLER MATHERS

SHEROD MURDOCK

Defensive Back 6-1 - 175 - Sophomore Garden Plain, Kan. Garden City (Kan.) CC

Linebacker 6-0 - 200 - Freshman Wylie, Texas Wylie HS

Defensive Back 6-0 - 185 - Sophomore Tampa, Fla. Pearl River (Miss.) CC

Garden City (Kan.) CC: Recorded 24 tackles, five pass break-ups, one interception and a forced fumble as a freshman for the Broncbusters. Garden Plain HS: 2010 Kansas Shrine Bowl Selection…All-state and all-league selection at defensive back as a senior... Lettered four years in football and track and field and two years in basketball.

Wylie HS: Three-year starter at linebacker…Three-time all-district selection, including a first-team selection as a junior…Named team defensive MVP as a senior.

Pearl River (Miss.) CC: Accumulated 21 tackles and two interceptions in 2008. University of Pittsburgh: Redshirted the 2007 season at the University of Pittsburgh. Middleton HS: Considered a three-star prospect out of high school by both Rivals.com and Scout.com…Second team all-state selection...Played cornerback and free safety as a senior, compiling 60 tackles, four interceptions and 11 pass break-ups.

SAM LEIGHTON

TYLER McCLUSKEY

KEDRON “KEKE” PAUL

Defensive Lineman 6-6 - 220 - Freshman Quinter, Kan. Quinter HS

Offensive Lineman 6-7 - 295 - Redshirt-Freshman Arvada, Colo. University of Northern Colorado

Defensive Back 5-9 - 165 - Junior St. Cloud, Fla. Butte (Calif.) College

Quinter HS: All-district, all-league, and honorable mention all-state defensive lineman as a senior… Recorded 110 tackles, six sacks and a blocked field goal as a senior…Member of the 2009 Kansas Division I 8-Man state championship team...Lettered three years in track and field and two years in football.

Northern Colorado: Redshirted the 2010 season.

Butte (Calif.) College: Played in nine games as a sophomore, recording 21 tackles, one interception and eight pass break-ups...Had 207 kick return yards on 13 attempts in 2010...Played in 10 games as a freshman in 2008, recording 18 tackles, three interceptions, and six pass break-ups...Had 465 kick return yards on 15 attempts with one touchdown and 166 punt return yards on 14 attempts in 2008.

JUDAH LINDER

ANTONIO McCRAY

KELLY PEARSON

Defensive Back 6-1 - 215 - Junior Miami, Fla. Chaffey (Calif.) College

Linebacker 6-0 - 215 - Freshman Dallas, Texas A. Maceo Smith HS

Wide Receiver 5-11 - 170 - Freshman Goodland, Kan. Goodland HS

Chaffey (Calif.) College: Played in 10 games and ranked fifth on the team in tackles (53) last year with four tackles for loss, one sack, and two interceptions...Played in six games in 2009 as a freshman, recording 13 tackles with one interception and one fumble recovery. Iowa State University: Redshirted the 2008 season.

A. Maceo Smith HS: All-district first team linebacker as a senior…All-state second team selection in 2010... Lettered three years in football.

Goodland HS: KFCA Class 3A all-state selection at wide receiver in 2010...All-state accolades as a punt returner... All-state performer in the high jump...Lettered four years in track and field and three years in football.

ETHAN LINGTON

ALEX MUCKENTHALER

LEX ROSSON

Offensive Lineman 6-3 - 315 - Freshman Wylie, Texas Wylie HS

Defensive End 6-4 - 185 - Freshman Leon, Kan. Bluestem HS

Offensive Lineman 6-2 - 265 - Freshman Edmond, Okla. Edmond North HS

Wylie HS: Started 25 games on the offensive line… Two-time all-district selection as well as academic-all state selection in 2010…Team captain as a senior.

Bluestem HS: Recorded over 50 tackles with two sacks and two fumble recoveries in 2010...Lettered four years in basketball and track and field and three years in football.

Edmond North HS: Three-year starter on the offensive line…All-district 6A offensive lineman as a senior…Also a three-year varsity letterwinner on the wrestling team.


NEWCOMER PROFILES/ROSTER BREAKDOWN ANDRE SMITH, JR.

Wide Receiver 5-10 - 195 - Sophomore Modesto, Calif. Modesto (Calif.) JC

Linebacker 5-11 - 185 - Freshman WaKeeney, Kan. Hays HS

Running Back 5-10 - 185 - Junior Bakersfield, Calif. Bakersfield (Calif.) College

Modesto (Calif.) JC: Played in five games as a freshman in 2010 with seven receptions for 83 yards and one touchdown. Modesto Christian HS: Member of the 2009 state championship team...All-league and all-district selection as a senior with 1,062 yards and 581 receiving yards and 25 total touchdowns.

CALE SHARP

Defensive Back 5-10 - 185 - Freshman Brighton, Colo. Brighton HS

Running Back 6-0 - 180 - Freshman Salina, Kan. Salina Central HS

Brighton HS: All-conference second team selection at safety in 2010...Team MVP in 2010 with 64 tackles, two interceptions, five forced fumbles and two sacks.

Defensive Back 6-0 - 165 - Freshman Lyons, Kan. Lyons HS Lyons HS: Recorded over 50 tackles and four interceptions as a senior in 2010...Lettered three years in football and two years in basketball.

ANTHONY SHEPPARD

GRADY TICHENOR

Quarterback 6-3 - 195 - Sophomore Hanston, Kan. Hutchinson (Kan.) CC

Quarterback 6-2 - 170 - Junior Pahokee, Fla. Hinds (Miss.) CC

Defensive Back 6-0 - 195 - Freshman Valley Falls, Kan. Jefferson West HS

EMMANUEL SCOTT

HISTORY

De Anza (Calif.) College: Played in eight games as a sophomore in 2010, recording 32 tackles, three sacks, 5.5 tackles for loss, and two interceptions...Played in nine games as a freshman in 2009, recording 28 tackles, 1.5 sacks, and three tackles for loss.

Jefferson West HS: Two-time all-league selection at safety…All-league running back as a senior…Named Team MVP and offensive player of the year in 2010… Recorded 142 tackles and scored 15 touchdowns in his prep career...Lettered three years in football and baseball and one year in wrestling.

RECORDS

Defensive Lineman 6-4 - 280 - Junior San Jose, Calif. De Anza (Calif.) College

Hinds (Miss.) CC: All-MACJC Second Team selection as a sophomore in 2010...Completed 56.3 percent of his passing attempts (117-of-208) for 1866 yards and 15 touchdowns...Averaged 207.3 passing yards per game. Western Kentucky: Redshirted the 2008 season. Pahokee HS: Participated in the Outback Steakhouse Treasure Coast and Florida Athletic Coaches Association North-South All-Star games following his senior year of 2007...Helped his team to back-to-back Class 2B state championships as a junior and senior, going 28-0 in that span...MVP of the Class 2B Championship Game two consecutive years...Earned first team all-state honors as a senior with 2,457 yards and 28 touchdowns on 122-of-199 passing.

THE MIAA

Hutchinson (Kan.) CC: Redshirted as a true freshman in 2009 and then was a member of the roster in 2010. Pawnee Heights HS: All-state quarterback in 2007 and 2008...Two-time all-league safety…All-district selection at safety and quarterback as a senior... Recorded over 6,000 career passing and 2,000 career rushing yards.

REVIEW

MASON SALMANS

OPPONENTS

Salina Central HS: Three-time all-conference and two-time all-state running back selection...Invited to the Junior Army All-American Combine last summer... Rushed for over 3,000 yards and 35 touchdowns in his prep career...Lettered three years in football and track and field.

TAYLOR STONEBRAKER

PLAYERS

SCOTT RUSSELL

Bakersfield (Calif.) College: Rushed for 436 yards on 108 attempts as a sophomore with five touchdowns... Also hauled in 13 passes for 83 yards and one touchdown as a sophomore...Averaged 32.0 yards per kick return with 352 yards on 11 attempts in 2010...As a freshman in 2008, averaged 7.8 yards per carry with 707 yards on 89 attempts and four touchdowns...Averaged 21.2 yards per kick return in 2008 with 361 yards on 17 attempts...Received a medical hardship for 2009 after suffering an early season injury. East Bakersfield HS: MVP of team three years in a row...Lettered three years in football and two years in track and field.

COACHES

Hays HS: Named to the Super 11 team by the Hays Daily News and selected to the 5A All-State team by the Kansas Football Coaches Association in 2010… Two-time All-WAC selection, at linebacker in 2009 and running back in 2010…Selected to the 2011 Kansas Shrine Bowl…As a wrestler, finished fifth at 171 pounds in Class 5A as a junior...Lettered four years in football and three years in wrestling and baseball.

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

CASEY SEDBROOK

FORT HAYS STATE

KEVIN ROYA

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JESSE TRENT

TANNER WILLHOFT

AARON WONDRA

Offensive Lineman 6-3 - 255 - Freshman Dodge City, Kan. Dodge City HS

Offensive Lineman 6-0 - 275 - Freshman Hays, Kan. Hays HS

Defensive Back 5-10 - 165 - Freshman Wichita, Kan. Maize South HS

Dodge City HS: First team all-state selection in both football and wrestling...Two-time first team allconference selection in football and wrestling...Western Athletic Conference Wrestler of the Year...Class 6A state champion of the heavyweight class in wrestling as a senior, going a perfect 35-0...Selected to play in the 2011 Kansas Shrine Bowl...Lettered four years in football and wrestling and one year in track and field.

Hays HS: All-conference first team selection in football and baseball as a senior...All-area second team selection in football...Lettered two years in football and baseball.

KEATON TUTTLE

ROBERT WEBER

Offensive Lineman 6-6 - 315 - Junior Cherokee, Iowa Iowa Western CC

Kicker 6-0 - 225 - Freshman Garden Plain, Kan. Garden Plain HS

Iowa Western CC: Member of a conference championship team at Iowa Western in only the school’s second season of competition…Academic all-region selection in 2010. Washington HS: All-district offensive lineman for Washington HS.

Garden Plain HS: Three-year letterwinner in football, serving as the team’s kicker.

2011 ROSTER BREAKDOWN (PRIOR Returners: Letterwinners: Redshirts: Squad:

42 27 10 5

Newcomers: True Freshmen: Transfers:

50 31 19

BY CLASS Seniors: Juniors: Sophomores: Freshmen:

BY POSITION Quarterbacks Running Backs Receivers Tight Ends Offensive Linemen Defensive Linemen Linebackers Defensive Backs Kickers/Punters

17 24 13 38

5 9 7 6 16 12 12 22 3

Maize South HS: All-league first team selection at defensive back...Lettered three years in football and track and field and one year in basketball.

BY HOME STATE Kansas California Florida Colorado Oklahoma Texas Nebraska Arizona Iowa Alabama Georgia Ohio

37 14 9 8 7 7 3 2 2 1 1 1

BY SIDE OF THE BALL Offense: Defense: Specialty:

43 46 3

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TRAINING CAMP)

HOME STATES BY POSITION Quarterbacks Kansas 2, California 1, Florida 1, Georgia 1, Arizona 1. Running Backs Kansas 6, Florida 1, California 1, Texas 1. Receivers Kansas 3, Arizona 1, California 1, Oklahoma 1, Texas 1. Tight Ends Kansas 3, California 2, Iowa 1. Offensive Linemen Kansas 4, California 3, Oklahoma 3, Colorado 2, Florida 1, Iowa 1, Ohio 1, Texas 1.

Defensive Linemen Kansas 5, California 4, Texas 2, Florida 1. Linebackers Kansas 4, Colorado 3, Nebraska 2, Texas 2, Oklahoma 1. Defensive Backs Kansas 7, Florida 5, Colorado 3, Oklahoma 2, California 2, Arizona 1, Nebraska 1. Kickers/Punters Kansas 2, Alabama 1.


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FHSUATHLETICS.COM

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EMPORIA STATE

TRUMAN

Thursday, Sept. 1 - 7:00 pm. Hays, Kan. - Lewis Field Stadium

Saturday, Sept. 10 - 1:00 pm. Kirksville, Mo. - Stokes Stadium

GENERAL INFORMATION Location............................................................................................Emporia, Kansas Nickname.........................................................................................................Hornets Colors ........................................................................................... Old Gold and Black Conference ..........................................................................................................MIAA Stadium (Capacity) .................................................................Welch Stadium (7,000) Playing Surface.......................................................................................... Super Turf Affiliation ...........................................................................................NCAA Division II

GENERAL INFORMATION Location..........................................................................................Kirksville, Missouri Nickname....................................................................................................... Bulldogs Colors ...............................................................................................Purple and White Conference ..........................................................................................................MIAA Stadium (Capacity) ................................................................Stokes Stadium (4,000) Playing Surface...........................................................Astro Turf Gameday Grass 3D Affiliation ...........................................................................................NCAA Division II

COACH INFORMATION Head Coach ........................................................................................... Garin Higgins School Record/Years.......................................................................14-29/Four years Overall Record/Years ......................................................................65-38/Nine years

COACH INFORMATION Head Coach ...........................................................................................Gregg Nesbitt School Record/Years............................................................................. 4-7/One year Overall Record/Years ............................................................................ 4-7/One year

SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID............................................................................................... Don Weast SID Office Phone ................................................................................(620) 341-5526 SID E-mail ................................................................................. dweast@emporia.edu Website ............................................................................. www.emporia.edu/athletics

SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID..............................................................................................Kevin White SID Office Phone ................................................................................(660) 785-4276 SID E-mail .................................................................................... kwhite@truman.edu Website ..............................................................................www.TrumanBulldogs.com

TEAM INFORMATION 2010 Record ...........................................................................................................5-6 Conference Record .............................................................................3-6 (6th MIAA) 2010 Postseason ................................................................................................None Starters Returning ......................................... 19 (9 Offense, 8 Defense, 2 Specialty)

TEAM INFORMATION 2010 Record ...........................................................................................................4-7 Conference Record ..........................................................................2-7 (T-8th MIAA) 2010 Postseason ................................................................................................None Starters Returning ......................................... 15 (6 Offense, 7 Defense, 2 Specialty)

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record ...............................................................................ESU leads 50-32-2 First Meeting ..................................................................ESU 26-3 (1923) in Emporia Last Meeting...................................................................ESU 19-6 (2010) in Emporia Last FHSU Win ...........................................................................40-20 (2009) in Hays Last ESU Win ......................................................................... 19-6 (2010) in Emporia Largest FHSU Win ..........................................................35 pts., 42-7 (1965) in Hays Largest ESU Win.............................................................40 pts., 40-0 (1942) in Hays Current Streak........................................................................ESU won the last game Longest FHSU Streak ................................................... 6 games, 1978 through 1983 Longest ESU Streak .................. 7 games, 1923 through 1929 & 1968 through 1974

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record ...................................................................................... TSU leads 3-2 First Meeting ..................................................................... TSU 40-15 (2006) in Hays Last Meeting......................................................................FHSU 34-9 (2010) in Hays Last FHSU Win .............................................................................34-9 (2010) in Hays Last TSU Win ...............................................................................27-7 (2008) in Hays Largest FHSU Win ..........................................................25 pts., 34-9 (2010) in Hays Largest TSU Win ...........................................................25 pts., 40-15 (2006) in Hays Current Streak................................................................ FHSU won the last 2 games Longest FHSU Streak ................................................... 2 games, 2009 through 2010 Longest TSU Streak ..................................................... 3 games, 2006 through 2008

SOUTHWEST BAPTIST

NW MISSOURI STATE

Saturday, Sept. 17 - 7:00 pm. Hays, Kan. - Lewis Field Stadium

Saturday, Sept. 24 - 1:00 pm. Maryville, Mo. - Bearcat Stadium

GENERAL INFORMATION Location.............................................................................................Bolivar, Missouri Nickname.......................................................................................................Bearcats Colors ....................................................................................Purple, White and Black Conference .............................................................................................. Independent Stadium (Capacity) ............................................................... Plaster Stadium (3,000) Playing Surface.....................................................................................Natural Grass Affiliation ...........................................................................................NCAA Division II

GENERAL INFORMATION Location..........................................................................................Maryville, Missouri Nickname.......................................................................................................Bearcats Colors ....................................................................................Forest Green and White Conference ..........................................................................................................MIAA Stadium .............................................................................................Bearcat Stadium Playing Surface..................................................................................... Synthetic Turf Affiliation ...........................................................................................NCAA Division II

COACH INFORMATION Head Coach ................................................................................................ Keith Allen School Record/Years.......................................................................18-26/Four years Overall Record/Years ......................................................................18-26/Four years

COACH INFORMATION Head Coach .............................................................................................Adam Dorrel School Record/Years.............................................................................0-0/First year Overall Record/Years ............................................................................0-0/First year

SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID............................................................................................ Jeff Weseloh SID Office Phone ................................................................................(417) 328-1799 SID E-mail ................................................................................. jweseloh@sbuniv.edu Website .................................................................................... www.sbubearcats.com

SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID......................................................................................... Phillip Dowden SID Office Phone ................................................................................ (660) 562-1118 SID E-mail ...................................................................................sid@nwmissouri.edu Website ......................................................................... www.NorthwestBearcats.com

TEAM INFORMATION 2010 Record ...........................................................................................................7-4 Conference Record ........................................................................NA (Independent) 2010 Postseason ................................................................................................None Starters Returning ......................................... 15 (6 Offense, 8 Defense, 1 Specialty)

TEAM INFORMATION 2010 Record .........................................................................................................12-2 Conference Record .............................................................................9-0 (1st MIAA) 2010 Postseason .............. L 13-17 at Minnesota-Duluth (NCAA Playoffs Semifinals) Starters Returning ........................................... 9 (6 Offense, 2 Defense, 1 Specialty)

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record ................................................................................................ Tied 1-1 First Meeting .................................................................. SBU 39-21 (2006) in Bolivar Last Meeting....................................................................FHSU 36-30 (2007) in Hays Last FHSU Win ...........................................................................36-30 (2007) in Hays Last SBU Win ..........................................................................39-21 (2006) in Bolivar Largest FHSU Win ..........................................................6 pts., 36-30 (2007) in Hays Largest SBU Win .......................................................18 pts., 39-21 (2006) in Bolivar Current Streak..................................................................... FHSU won the last game Longest FHSU Streak ........................................................................... 1 game, 2007 Longest SBU Streak ............................................................................. 1 game, 2006

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record .......................................................................NWMSU Leads 13-12-1 First Meeting .............................................................FHSU 21-14 (1950) in Maryville Last Meeting..........................................................NWMSU 45-27 (2010) in Maryville Last FHSU Win .....................................................................36-22 (1978) in Maryville Last NWMSU Win.................................................................45-27 (2010) in Maryville Largest FHSU Win ....................................................22 pts., 29-7 (1966) in Maryville Largest NWMSU Win ................................................59 pts., 59-0 (2006) in Maryville Current Streak............................................................ NWMSU won the last 7 games Longest FHSU Streak ................................................... 5 games, 1954 through 1958 Longest NWMSU Streak............................................... 7 games, 1979 through 2010


2011 OPPONENTS

TEAM INFORMATION 2010 Record ...........................................................................................................2-9 Conference Record ...............................................................NA (Independent 2010) 2010 Postseason ................................................................................................None Starters Returning ...............................................................7 (4 Offense, 3 Defense)

TEAM INFORMATION 2010 Record ...........................................................................................................6-6 Conference Record ..........................................................................3-6 (T-6th MIAA) 2010 Postseason .......................W 13-9 vs. Concordia-St. Paul, Mineral Water Bowl Starters Returning ......................................... 19 (9 Offense, 8 Defense, 2 Specialty)

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record ....................................................................................FHSU leads 4-2 First Meeting .......................................................... LU 21-13 (1980) in Jefferson City Last Meeting....................................................................FHSU 55-14 (1987) in Hays Last FHSU Win ...........................................................................55-14 (1987) in Hays Last LU Win .........................................................0-21 (won by forfeit) (1984) in Hays Largest FHSU Win ........................................................41 pts., 55-14 (1987) in Hays Largest LU Win ................................................. 8 pts., 21-13 (1980) in Jefferson City Current Streak................................................................ FHSU won the last 3 games Longest FHSU Streak ................................................... 3 games, 1985 through 1987 Longest LU Streak ................................................................ 1 game, 1980 and 1984

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record ...............................................................................PSU leads 44-17-9 First Meeting ......................................................................... PSU 6-0 (1925) in Hays Last Meeting...................................................................... PSU 38-21 (2010) in Hays Last FHSU Win ...........................................................................35-30 (1978) in Hays Last PSU Win .............................................................................38-21 (2010) in Hays Largest FHSU Win ....................................................23 pts., 23-0 (1936) in Pittsburg Largest PSU Win....................................................................54-0 (1957) in Pittsburg Current Streak...................................................................PSU won the last 7 games Longest FHSU Streak ................................................... 3 games, 1936 through 1938 Longest PSU Streak ................................................... 11 games, 1979 through 1994

CENTRAL MISSOURI

CENTRAL OKLAHOMA

Saturday, Oct. 15 - 7:00 pm. Hays, Kan. - Lewis Field Stadium

Saturday, Oct. 22 - 2:00 pm, Edmond, Okla. - Wantland Stadium

GENERAL INFORMATION Location................................................................................... Warrensburg, Missouri Nickname............................................................................................................Mules Colors ............................................................................................Cardinal and Black Conference ..........................................................................................................MIAA Stadium (Capacity) .........Audrey J. Walton Stadium/Vernon Kennedy Field (12,000) Playing Surface..............................................................................................Sprinturf Affiliation ...........................................................................................NCAA Division II

GENERAL INFORMATION Location....................................................................................... Edmond, Oklahoma Nickname......................................................................................................Bronchos Colors ................................................................................................Bronze and Blue Conference .............................................................................................. Independent Stadium (Capacity) ......................................................... Wantland Stadium (10,000) Playing Surface...............................................................................................Artificial Affiliation ...........................................................................................NCAA Division II

COACH INFORMATION Head Coach ............................................................................................ Jim Svoboda School Record/Years........................................................................... 11-3/One year Overall Record/Years ........................................................................ 52-19/Six years

COACH INFORMATION Head Coach ........................................................................................... Tracy Holland School Record/Years.....................................................................13-20/Three years Overall Record/Years ....................................................................13-20/Three years

SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID............................................................................................ Mike Knipper SID Office Phone ................................................................................(660) 543-4312 SID E-mail ..................................................................................mknipper@ucmo.edu Website ..................................................................................www.ucmo.edu/athletics

SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID.................................................................................................. Mike Kirk SID Office Phone ................................................................................(405) 974-2142 SID E-mail ........................................................................................... mkirk@uco.edu Website .................................................................................www.bronchosports.com

TEAM INFORMATION 2010 Record ......................................................................................................... 11-3 Conference Record ............................................................................8-1 (2nd MIAA) 2010 Postseason .......... L 20-37 at NW Missouri State, NCAA Playoffs Quarterfinals Starters Returning ......................................... 17 (5 Offense, 9 Defense, 3 Specialty)

TEAM INFORMATION 2010 Record ...........................................................................................................2-9 Conference Record ............................................................ 1-5 (7th Lone Star North) 2010 Postseason ................................................................................................None Starters Returning ......................................... 17 (8 Offense, 7 Defense, 2 Specialty)

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record ..................................................................................... UCM leads 5-2 First Meeting ........................................................ FHSU 40-6 (1964) in Warrensburg Last Meeting..................................................................... UCM 30-27 (2010) in Hays Last FHSU Win ...........................................................................40-14 (1965) in Hays Last UCM Win ............................................................................30-27 (2010) in Hays Largest FHSU Win ............................................. 34 pts., 40-6 (1964) in Warrensburg Largest UCM Win ............................................... 45 pts., 48-3 (2009) in Warrensburg Current Streak..................................................................UCM won the last 5 games Longest FHSU Streak ................................................... 2 games, 1964 through 1965 Longest UCM Streak .................................................... 5 games, 2006 through 2010

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record ..................................................................................... UCO leads 6-0 First Meeting ............................................................... UCO 19-12 (1955) in Edmond Last Meeting.................................................................. UCO 28-0 (1995) in Edmond Last FHSU Win ....................................................................................................None Last UCO Win......................................................................... 28-0 (1995) in Edmond Largest FHSU Win ..............................................................................................None Largest UCO Win ...................................................... 30 pts., 30-0 (1993) in Edmond Current Streak.................................................................. UCO won the last 6 games Longest FHSU Streak ............................................................................................ NA Longest UCO Streak..................................................... 6 games, 1955 through 1995

HISTORY

SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID...............................................................................................Dan Wilkes SID Office Phone ................................................................................(620) 235-4662 SID E-mail ................................................................................. dwilkes@pittstate.edu Website ................................................................................www.pittstategorillas.com

RECORDS

SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID............................................................................................... Brian Kortz SID Office Phone ................................................................................(573) 681-5343 SID E-mail ................................................................................... kortzb@lincolnu.edu Website ..................................................................................... www.lubluetigers.com

THE MIAA

COACH INFORMATION Head Coach .................................................................................................. Tim Beck School Record/Years............................................................................. 6-6/One year Overall Record/Years ............................................................................ 6-6/One year

REVIEW

COACH INFORMATION Head Coach ...............................................................................................Mike Jones School Record/Years.............................................................................0-0/First year Overall Record/Years ............................................................................0-0/First year

OPPONENTS

GENERAL INFORMATION Location...........................................................................................Pittsburg, Kansas Nickname.........................................................................................................Gorillas Colors ............................................................................................. Crimson and Gold Conference ..........................................................................................................MIAA Stadium (Capacity) ....................... Carnie Smith Stadium/Brandenburg Field (8,343) Playing Surface............................................................................................. FieldTurf Affiliation ...........................................................................................NCAA Division II

PLAYERS

GENERAL INFORMATION Location.................................................................................. Jefferson City, Missouri Nickname................................................................................................... Blue Tigers Colors .................................................................................................Navy and White Conference ..........................................................................................................MIAA Stadium (Capacity) .................................................. Dwight T. Reed Stadium (6,000) Playing Surface.....................................................................................Natural Grass Affiliation ...........................................................................................NCAA Division II

COACHES

Saturday, Oct. 8 - 7:00 pm. Hays, Kan. - Lewis Field Stadium

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

PITTSBURG STATE

Saturday, Oct. 1 - TBA. Jefferson City, Mo. - Dwight T. Reed Stadium

FORT HAYS STATE

LINCOLN (MO.)

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2011 OPPONENTS WASHBURN

MISSOURI SOUTHERN

Saturday, Oct. 29 - 1:00 pm. Topeka, Kan. - Yager Stadium

Saturday, Nov. 5 - 2:00 pm. Hays, Kan. - Lewis Field Stadium

GENERAL INFORMATION Location..............................................................................................Topeka, Kansas Nickname.......................................................................................................Ichabods Colors ..........................................................................................Yale Blue and White Conference ..........................................................................................................MIAA Stadium (Capacity) ......................................... Yager Stadium at Moore Bowl (7,200) Playing Surface....................................................................................Sportexe Field Affiliation ...........................................................................................NCAA Division II

GENERAL INFORMATION Location.............................................................................................. Joplin, Missouri Nickname.............................................................................................................Lions Colors .................................................................................................Green and Gold Conference ..........................................................................................................MIAA Stadium ............................................................................... Fred G. Hughes Stadium Playing Surface..............................................................................................Sprinturf Affiliation ...........................................................................................NCAA Division II

COACH INFORMATION Head Coach ........................................................................................... Craig Schurig School Record/Years.......................................................................62-41/Nine years Overall Record/Years ......................................................................62-41/Nine years

COACH INFORMATION Head Coach ................................................................................................Bart Tatum School Record/Years....................................................................... 22-32/Five years Overall Record/Years ...................................................................... 22-32/Five years

SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID............................................................................................Gene Cassell SID Office Phone ................................................................................(785) 670-1791 SID E-mail ......................................................................gene.cassell@washburn.edu Website ......................................................................................... www.wusports.com

SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID.......................................................................................... Justin Maskus SID Office Phone ................................................................................(417) 625-9359 SID E-mail .................................................................................. maskus-j@mssu.edu Website ..................................................................................www.mssu.edu/athletics

TEAM INFORMATION 2010 Record ...........................................................................................................8-4 Conference Record ......................................................................... 6-3 (T-3rd MIAA) 2010 Postseason ................................... W 45-14 vs. Midwestern State, Kanza Bowl Starters Returning ......................................... 17 (7 Offense, 8 Defense, 2 Specialty)

TEAM INFORMATION 2010 Record ...........................................................................................................4-7 Conference Record ..........................................................................2-7 (T-8th MIAA) 2010 Postseason ................................................................................................None Starters Returning ......................................... 17 (8 Offense, 5 Defense, 4 Specialty)

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record ................................................................................ WU leads 38-24-3 First Meeting ...........................................................................WU 7-6 (1919) in Hays Last Meeting........................................................................WU 38-27 (2010) in Hays Last FHSU Win .............................................................................17-7 (2008) in Hays Last WU Win...............................................................................38-27 (2010) in Hays Largest FHSU Win ...................................................... 35 pts., 35-0 (1967) in Topeka Largest WU Win .......................................................... 46 pts., 46-0 (1963) in Topeka Current Streak.................................................................... WU won the last 2 games Longest FHSU Streak ................................................... 5 games, 1978 through 1982 Longest WU Streak....................................................... 7 games, 1971 through 1977

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record ............................................................................MSSU leads 13-10-1 First Meeting ...................................................................FHSU 36-29 (1970) in Hays Last Meeting................................................................... MSSU 41-31 (2010) in Hays Last FHSU Win ......................................................................... 48-34 (2009) in Joplin Last MSSU Win ..........................................................................41-31 (2010) in Hays Largest FHSU Win ........................................................ 34 pts., 37-3 (1971) in Joplin Largest MSSU Win...................................................... 32 pts., 42-10 (1983) in Joplin Current Streak.....................................................................MSSU won the last game Longest FHSU Streak ................................................... 3 games, 1975 through 1977 Longest MSSU Streak .................................................. 6 games, 1983 through 1988

MISSOURI WESTERN

FHSUATHLETICS.COM

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GENERAL INFORMATION Location.......................................................................................St. Joseph, Missouri Nickname.........................................................................................................Griffons Colors ..................................................................................................Black and Gold Conference ..........................................................................................................MIAA Stadium (Capacity) ................................................. Spratt Memorial Stadium (8,000) Playing Surface.....................................................................................................Turf Affiliation ...........................................................................................NCAA Division II COACH INFORMATION Head Coach ..........................................................................................Jerry Partridge School Record/Years........................................................................ 103-59/14 years Overall Record/Years ....................................................................... 103-59/14 years SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID......................................................................................Trevor Berneking SID Office Phone ................................................................................(816) 271-4257 SID E-mail ...............................................................tberneking@missouriwestern.edu Website ........................................................................................ www.gogriffons.com TEAM INFORMATION 2010 Record ...........................................................................................................8-4 Conference Record ......................................................................... 6-3 (T-3rd MIAA) 2010 Postseason ............ L 20-24 at NW Missouri State, NCAA Playoffs First Round Starters Returning ......................................... 17 (8 Offense, 7 Defense, 2 Specialty) SERIES INFORMATION Series Record .............................................................................. FHSU leads 10-9-1 First Meeting .....................................................................FHSU 14-9 (1976) in Hays Last Meeting......................................................... MWSU 48-21 (2010) in St. Joseph Last FHSU Win ...........................................................................23-15 (2000) in Hays Last MWSU Win ................................................................48-21 (2010) in St. Joseph Largest FHSU Win .................................................35 pts., 35-0 (1986) in St. Joseph Largest MWSU Win.........................................................28 pts., 37-9 (2007) in Hays Current Streak...............................................................MWSU won the last 6 games Longest FHSU Streak ................................................... 5 games, 1985 through 2000 Longest MWSU Streak ................................................. 6 games, 2001 through 2010

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2011 OPPONENT SERIES HISTORY 2002 L 7-38 2003 L 21-31 2004 L 10-13 2005 L 13-52 2006 L 10-48 2007 W 26-12 2008 L 13-24 2009 W 40-20 2010 L 6-19 LARGEST MARGINS OF VICTORY: FHSU - 35, 42-7 (1926) ESU - 40, 40-0 (1942) HOME & AWAY RECORDS: In Hays: 19-21-1 In Emporia: 13-29-1

Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia

Site Hays Kirksville Hays Kirksville Hays

SOUTHWEST BAPTIST (1-1) Year Result Score 2006 L 21-39 2007 W 36-30 LARGEST MARGINS OF VICTORY: FHSU - 6, 36-30 (2007) SBU - 18, 39-21 (2006) HOME & AWAY RECORDS: In Hays: 1-0 In Bolivar: 0-1

Site Bolivar Hays

NW MISSOURI STATE (12-13-1)

Site Jefferson City Jefferson City Hays Jefferson City Hays Hays

Site Hays Pittsburg Hays Pittsburg Hays Pittsburg Hays Pittsburg Hays Pittsburg Hays Pittsburg Hays Pittsburg Hays Pittsburg Hays Pittsburg Hays Pittsburg Hays Pittsburg Hays Pittsburg Hays Pittsburg Hays Pittsburg Hays Pittsburg Hays Pittsburg Hays Pittsburg Hays Pittsburg Hays Pittsburg Hays Pittsburg Hays Pittsburg Pittsburg Hays Pittsburg Hays Pittsburg Hays Pittsburg Pittsburg Hays Hays Pittsburg Hays Pittsburg Hays Pittsburg Hays Pittsburg Hays

HISTORY

Score 0-6 0-7 7-13 6-0 0-12 0-14 13-6 0-13 0-0 0-19 0-21 23-0 12-7 19-6 7-7 6-0 0-26 6-13 0-0 0-0 27-7 17-26 0-6 0-3 7-7 12-12 22-7 7-13 6-27 0-54 16-7 12-14 7-44 7-41 25-20 12-42 7-40 21-7 12-21 7-13 13-19 18-41 28-20 14-14 28-14 26-14 7-21 19-13 20-19 29-29 35-30 26-27 17-21 32-57 15-37 25-29 13-20 46-54 14-45 13-62

RECORDS

Result L L L W L L W L T L L W W W T W L L T T W L L L T T W L L L W L L L W L L W L L L L W T W W L W W T W L L L L L L L L L

THE MIAA

Site Maryville Hays Maryville Maryville Hays Maryville Hays Maryville Hays Maryville Hays Maryville Hays Maryville Maryville Hays Maryville Maryville Maryville Hays Maryville Maryville Hays Maryville Hays Maryville

Year 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987

REVIEW

Year Result Score 1950 W 21-14 1951 W 20-7 1952 L 6-7 1953 L 7-21 1954 W 20-7 1955 W 27-13 1956 W 19-13 1957 W 40-27 1958 W 13-0 1959 L 8-13 1960 L 9-14 1961 L 16-17 1962 W 21-0 1963 T 7-7 1966 W 29-7 1968 W 14-3 1969 L 14-35 1977 W 42-28 1978 W 36-22 1979 L 7-17 1980 L 14-19 2006 L 0-59 2007 L 10-17 2008 L 7-56 2009 L 40-66 2010 L 27-45 LARGEST MARGINS OF VICTORY: FHSU - 22, 29-7 (1966) NWMSU - 59, 59-0 (2006) HOME & AWAY RECORDS: In Hays: 6-4 In Maryville: 6-9-1

Year Result Score 1980 L 13-21 1983 W 14-6 1984 L(F) 21-0 1985 W 35-3 1986 W 38-6 1987 W 55-14 LARGEST MARGINS OF VICTORY: FHSU - 41, 55-14 (1987) LU - 8, 21-13 (1980) HOME & AWAY RECORDS: In Hays: 2-1 In Jefferson City: 2-1

PITTSBURG STATE (17-44-9)

TRUMAN (2-3) Year Result Score 2006 L 15-40 2007 L 11-26 2008 L 7-27 2009 W 41-31 2010 W 34-9 LARGEST MARGINS OF VICTORY: FHSU - 25, 34-9 (2010) TSU - 25, 40-15 (2006) HOME & AWAY RECORDS: In Hays: 1-2 In Kirksville: 1-1

LINCOLN (4-2)

OPPONENTS

Site Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays Emporia Hays

PLAYERS

Score 3-26 2-19 3-13 0-14 0-26 0-34 0-6 0-0 0-26 13-0 15-7 15-0 0-3 15-7 6-14 14-0 0-27 0-6 19-22 0-40 25-6 7-39 0-25 9-0 0-27 7-14 6-28 7-20 20-6 32-20 13-14 7-7 0-26 14-27 12-7 13-14 28-13 20-19 42-7 27-13 26-7 21-41 26-41 31-42 21-23 7-27 9-15 13-28 20-8 6-2 0-10 27-17 31-21 34-6 16-15 29-28 43-10 7-17 35-26 16-25 40-20 10-37 21-34 11-8 27-28 17-24 17-7 17-24 43-16 42-30 35-51 3-41 14-31 16-10 21-38

COACHES

Result L L L L L L L T L W W W W(F) W L W L L L L W L L W L L L L W W L T L L L(F) L W W W W W L L L L L L L W W L W W W W W W L W L W L L W L L W L W W L L L W L

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

Year 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

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1988 L 17-61 1994 L 12-55 1995 T 16-16 2004 L 7-45 2005 L 7-58 2006 L 28-35 2007 L 0-35 2008 L 7-34 2009 L 41-59 2010 L 21-38 LARGEST MARGINS OF VICTORY: FHSU - 23, 23-0 (1936) PSU - 54, 54-0 (1957) HOME & AWAY RECORDS: In Hays: 9-20-6 In Pittsburg: 8-24-3

Pittsburg Pittsburg Hays Hays Pittsburg Hays Pittsburg Hays Pittsburg Hays

CENTRAL MISSOURI (2-5) Year Result Score 1964 W 40-6 1965 W 40-14 2006 L 14-37 2007 L 10-31 2008 L 14-37 2009 L 3-48 2010 L 27-30 LARGEST MARGINS OF VICTORY: FHSU - 34, 40-6 (1964) UCM - 45, 3-48 (2009) HOME & AWAY RECORDS: In Hays: 1-3 In Warrensburg: 1-2

Site Warrensburg Hays Hays Warrensburg Hays Warrensburg Hays

CENTRAL OKLAHOMA (0-6) Year Result Score 1955 L 12-19 1956 L 6-35 1992 L 15-17 1993 L 0-30 1994 L 15-38 1995 L 0-28 LARGEST MARGINS OF VICTORY: UCO - 30, 30-0 (1993) HOME & AWAY RECORDS: In Hays: 0-3 In Edmond: 0-3

Site Edmond Hays Hays Edmond Hays Edmond

Result L W L L L L T W W L L T L T L L L L W W L L W L L L

Score 6-7 6-2 0-27 7-31 7-27 0-12 0-0 23-12 12-6 0-21 13-21 20-20 14-47 6-6 13-35 0-7 6-34 14-20 7-6 27-6 7-27 19-32 19-16 6-19 12-19 7-33

Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays

MISSOURI SOUTHERN (10-13-1)

WASHBURN (23-39-3) Year 1919 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1941 1942 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960

1961 L(F) 14-7 1962 W 33-14 1963 L 0-46 1964 L 7-14 1965 W 25-0 1966 W 7-0 1967 W 35-0 1968 L 6-9 1969 L 6-27 1970 W 27-8 1971 L 10-34 1972 L 29-31 1973 L 14-19 1974 L 7-14 1975 L 8-27 1976 L 19-23 1977 L 22-30 1978 W 17-10 1979 W 20-6 1980 W 28-17 1981 W 7-0 1982 W 34-7 1983 L 3-24 1984 L 14-26 1985 W 30-0 1986 L 35-40 1987 W(F) 12-49 1988 W 22-14 1996 W 21-6 1997 L 14-31 1998 W 24-12 1999 L 14-17 2002 W 37-29 2003 L 4-28 2006 L 7-37 2007 L 10-28 2008 W 17-7 2009 L 14-28 2010 L 27-38 LARGEST MARGINS OF VICTORY: FHSU - 35, 35-0 (1967) WU - 46, 46-0 (1963) HOME & AWAY RECORDS: In Hays: 14-18-2 In Topeka: 9-21-1

Site Hays Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays

Year Result Score 1970 W 36-29 1971 W 37-3 1972 L 15-40 1973 W 14-9 1974 L 9-10 1975 W 32-24 1976 W 21-20 1977 W 35-29 1978 L 14-31 1979 L 16-17 1980 W 34-12 1981 W 27-24 1982 T 28-28 1983 L 10-42 1984 L 15-22 1985 L 20-22 1986 L 0-3 1987 L 13-38 1988 L 10-21 2006 W 10-0 2007 L 0-6 2008 L 0-28 2009 W 48-34 2010 L 31-41 LARGEST MARGINS OF VICTORY: FHSU - 34, 37-3 (1971) MSSU - 32, 42-10 (1983)

Site Hays Joplin Hays Joplin Hays Joplin Hays Hays Joplin Joplin Hays Joplin Hays Joplin Hays Joplin Hays Joplin Hays Hays Joplin Hays Joplin Hays

HOME & AWAY RECORDS: In Hays: 5-7-1 In Joplin: 5-6

MISSOURI WESTERN (10-9-1) Year Result Score 1976 W 14-9 1977 L 22-25 1978 W 28-23 1979 W 38-20 1980 T 28-28 1981 L 31-39 1982 W 15-13 1983 W 41-21 1984 L 7-19 1985 W 17-7 1986 W 35-0 1987 W 23-17 1988 W 22-20 2000 W 23-15 2001 L 14-37 2006 L 10-24 2007 L 9-37 2008 L 28-31 2009 L 31-58 2010 L 21-48 LARGEST MARGINS OF VICTORY: FHSU - 35, 35-0 (1986) MWSU - 28, 37-9 (2007) HOME & AWAY RECORDS: In Hays: 7-3 In St. Joseph: 3-6-1

Site Hays St. Joseph Hays Hays St. Joseph Hays St. Joseph Hays St. Joseph Hays St. Joseph St. Joseph Hays Hays St. Joseph St. Joseph Hays St. Joseph Hays St. Joseph


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2010 Season Review The Tigers looked poised to have a great season in 2010 by starting the year 3-0, but fortunes changed the remainder of the year as they lost eight straight and finished last in the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association. It was the final year for head coach Kevin Verdugo, who finished with an overall record of 18-47 in six years at the helm. He helped the Tigers in their tough transition to the MIAA and had one winning season, that being a 6-5 mark in 2009. Fort Hays State won each of its non-conference games handily to start the year, defeating Western State 45-20 and East Central 45-23 in Hays. After a bye week, the Tigers opened up MIAA play with a 34-9 win over Truman in Hays to remain unbeaten on the year. Poor execution coupled with miserable weather conditions led to the Tigers’ first loss of the season at Emporia State by a score of 19-6. Unfortunately, that was the start of a tailspin that lasted the remainder of the season. The Tigers battled tough in their homecoming game against Washburn, but the Ichabods were too much, winning 38-27 after FHSU held a 14-7 lead through one quarter. FHSU fell back to .500 overall the following week, dropping a heartbreaker to No. 12 ranked Central Missouri 30-27 on a field goal in the final seconds. The Tigers looked in good position to get back on track at Nebraska-Omaha, leading 14-7 after one quarter. However, turnovers and poor special teams play led to the Mavericks blowing by the Tigers by a score of 41-29. Special teams play would also kill the Tigers the next week at home against Pittsburg State in a 38-21 loss. The Tigers had control of the game, leading 21-14 after three quarters, but a huge special teams miscue on a PSU kickoff led to PSU seizing the momentum and scored 24 unanswered points in the fourth quarter. The Tigers had no luck on the road against the defending national champion and No. 4 ranked Northwest Missouri State, losing 45-27. FHSU then dropped its final home game of the season to Missouri Southern by a score of 41-31 and closed out the year with a 48-21 loss at Missouri Western. Despite the struggles after a great start, the Tigers had seven individuals earn All-MIAA honors. The only first team selection was senior defensive lineman Jacob Crossman, who led the team with nine sacks and 19 tackles for loss. Second team selections included senior wide receiver O.J. Murdock and senior running back James Walker. Honorable mention nods went to senior quarterback Mike Garrison, senior wide receiver Cordarol Scales, senior tight end Beau Gadwood, and junior linebacker Alex Whitehill. Crossman, Murdock, and Walker received all-region honors. Crossman and Murdock would eventually be named Don Hansen All-Americans and Murdock also a D2Football.com All-American. Murdock and Scales were invited to play in the Cactus Bowl, the All-Star Game for NCAA Division II football in January. Murdock went on to participate in the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, Ind., at the end of February. Garrison and Murdock broke school records in 2010 for passing and receiving. Garrison became the all-time passing leader in FHSU history with 7,014 yards in his three-year career at FHSU. He also set the single season passing mark with 3,513 yards in 2010, the career completions mark with 540, and tied the career passing touchdowns mark with 49. Garrison now owns the single-season and career records for total offense at FHSU with 3,960 in 2010 and 7,975 overall. Murdock set a new single-season record for receiving yards with 1,290. He tied the single season mark for receiving yards per catch (21.5) and set a new FHSU and MIAA mark in career receiving yards per catch (20.9). Crossman tied the school record of tackles for loss in a season with 19.


2010 FHSU FINAL STATISTICS Record: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

Opponent WESTERN STATE EAST CENTRAL TRUMAN at Emporia State WASHBURN #12 CENTRAL MISSOURI at Nebraska-Omaha PITTSBURG STATE at #4 NW Missouri State MISSOURI SOUTHERN at Missouri Western

3rd 56 80

4th 101 85

Total 313 352

Att 176 113 42 15 1 1 3 351 434

Gain 900 633 161 108 31 0 0 1833 1964

Loss 43 186 7 7 0 2 52 297 264

Net 857 447 154 101 31 -2 -52 1536 1700

Avg 4.9 4.0 3.7 6.7 31.0 -2.0 -17.3 4.4 3.9

TD Long Avg/G 9 49 77.9 6 65 40.6 0 14 15.4 2 39 11.2 0 31 3.4 0 0 -0.2 0 0 -7.4 17 65 139.6 25 39 154.5

PASSING Garrison,Mike TEAM Walker,James Total.......... Opponents......

G 11 7 11 11 11

Effic 143.71 0.00 0.00 142.69 134.06

Comp-Att-Int 250-420-12 0-2-0 0-1-0 250-423-12 205-334-12

Pct 59.5 0.0 0.0 59.1 61.4

Yds 3513 0 0 3513 2508

TD 25 0 0 25 17

Lng Avg/G 80 319.4 0 0.0 0 0.0 80 319.4 82 228.0

RECEIVING Walker,James Murdock,O.J. Gadwood,Beau Scales,Cordarol Williams,Chris Jacques,Ricky Alcin,Ed Mercer,Robert Smith,Anthony Smith,Ed Leake,Chase Conner,Cody Total.......... Opponents......

G 11 11 11 11 11 10 4 11 2 9 10 10 11 11

No. 61 60 38 33 32 9 6 5 2 2 1 1 250 205

Yds 525 1290 523 527 324 75 74 117 32 10 11 5 3513 2508

Avg 8.6 21.5 13.8 16.0 10.1 8.3 12.3 23.4 16.0 5.0 11.0 5.0 14.1 12.2

TD 4 12 1 6 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25 17

Long 65 80 49 48 46 19 23 46 19 9 11 5 80 82

Avg/G 47.7 117.3 47.5 47.9 29.5 7.5 18.5 10.6 16.0 1.1 1.1 0.5 319.4 228.0

KICK RETURNS Smith,Ed Mayberry,Damian Parker,Tim Allison,Korey Murdock,O.J. Brunner,Andy Alcin,Ed Conner,Cody Total.......... Opponents......

No. 16 7 6 4 4 2 1 1 41 47

Yds 251 135 165 70 76 18 52 20 787 1001

Avg 15.7 19.3 27.5 17.5 19.0 9.0 52.0 20.0 19.2 21.3

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Long 27 28 64 42 26 12 52 20 64 100

Yds 21 30 51 209

Avg 2.3 6.0 3.6 10.4

TD 0 0 0 0

Long 16 23 23 48

PUNT RETURNS Allison,Korey Conner,Cody Total.......... Opponents......

No. 9 5 14 20

INTERCEPTIONS Parker,Tim Blackwell,Seth Walker,Michael Dreitz,Nick Whitehill,Alex Marcotte,Stephe Shepheard,Wayne Allison,Korey Total.......... Opponents......

No. 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 12 12

Yds 0 43 18 0 3 26 0 0 90 132

Avg 0.0 21.5 9.0 0.0 3.0 26.0 0.0 0.0 7.5 11.0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 0 43 16 0 3 26 0 0 43 41

FUMBLE RETURNS Humphrey,Brian Total.......... Opponents......

No. 1 1 1

Yds 10 10 14

Avg 10.0 10.0 14.0

TD 0 0 2

Long 10 10 14

RECORDS

2nd 94 98

OPP 352 32.0 216 100 106 10 1700 1964 264 434 3.9 154.5 25 2508 205-334-12 7.5 12.2 228.0 17 4208 768 5.5 382.5 47-1001 20-209 12-132 21.3 10.4 11.0 20-4 54-406 36.9 50-1987 39.7 36.7 31:02 76/159 48% 7/16 44% 32-171 0 45 12-15 1-2 (41-44) 93% (32-44) 73% (42-44) 95% 16707 4/4177 0/0

G 11 11 10 9 9 11 7 11 11

Walker,James Garrison,Mike Jacques,Ricky Smith,Ed Glenn,Justin Kosjer,Ethan TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

THE MIAA

FHSU 313 28.5 239 81 148 10 1536 1833 297 351 4.4 139.6 17 3513 250-423-12 8.3 14.1 319.4 25 5049 774 6.5 459.0 41-787 14-51 12-90 19.2 3.6 7.5 15-8 52-466 42.4 45-1804 40.1 31.4 28:31 58/154 38% 14/28 50% 16-97 13 42 9-17 0-4 (33-39) 85% (27-39) 69% (34-40) 85% 27197 7/3885

Attend 5125 3148 4134 4005 6516 2427 1468 3208 8797 2639 2437

RUSHING

REVIEW

1st 62 89

Score 45-20 45-23 34-9 6-19 27-38 27-30 29-41 21-38 27-45 31-41 21-48

Individual Statistics

OPPONENTS

SCORE BY QUARTERS FORT HAYS STATE OPPONENTS

Neutral 0-0 0-0 0-0

PLAYERS

TEAM STATISTICS SCORING POINTS PER GAME FIRST DOWNS RUSHING PASSING PENALTY RUSHING YARDAGE YARDS GAINED RUSHING YARDS LOST RUSHING RUSHING ATTEMPTS AVERAGE PER RUSH AVERAGE PER GAME TDS RUSHING PASSING YARDAGE COMP-ATT-INT AVERAGE PER PASS AVERAGE PER CATCH AVERAGE PER GAME TDS PASSING TOTAL OFFENSE TOTAL PLAYS AVERAGE PER PLAY AVERAGE PER GAME KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS INT RETURNS: #-YARDS KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS AVERAGE PER GAME PUNTS-YARDS AVERAGE PER PUNT NET PUNT AVERAGE TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 3RD-DOWN PCT 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 4TH-DOWN PCT SACKS BY-YARDS MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE GAMES/AVG PER GAME NEUTRAL SITE GAMES

W/L W W W L L L L L L L L

Away 0-4 0-4 0-0

COACHES

Team Statistics

Home 3-4 1-4 2-0

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

Date Aug 28 Sep 04 Sep 18 Sep 25 Oct 02 Oct 09 Oct 16 Oct 23 Oct 30 Nov 06 Nov 13

Overall 3-8 1-7 2-0

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TOTAL OFFENSE

FIELD GOALS G 11 11 10 9 9 11 7 11 11

Garrison,Mike Walker,James Jacques,Ricky Smith,Ed Glenn,Justin Kosjer,Ethan TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

Plays 533 177 42 15 1 1 5 774 768

Rush 447 857 154 101 31 -2 -52 1536 1700

Pass 3513 0 0 0 0 0 0 3513 2508

Total 3960 857 154 101 31 -2 -52 5049 4208

ALL PURPOSE YARDS Walker,James Murdock,O.J. Scales,Cordarol Gadwood,Beau Garrison,Mike Smith,Ed Williams,Chris Jacques,Ricky Parker,Tim Mayberry,Damian Alcin,Ed Mercer,Robert Allison,Korey Conner,Cody Blackwell,Seth Smith,Anthony Glenn,Justin Marcotte,Stephe Brunner,Andy Walker,Michael Leake,Chase Whitehill,Alex Kosjer,Ethan TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

G 11 11 11 11 11 9 11 10 11 5 4 11 11 10 11 2 9 9 11 11 10 11 11 7 11 11

Rush 857 0 0 0 447 101 0 154 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 31 0 0 0 0 0 -2 -52 1536 1700

Rec 525 1290 527 523 0 10 324 75 0 0 74 117 0 5 0 32 0 0 0 0 11 0 0 0 3513 2508

PR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 30 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 51 209

KOR 0 76 0 0 0 251 0 0 165 135 52 0 70 20 0 0 0 0 18 0 0 0 0 0 787 1001

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 43 0 0 26 0 18 0 3 0 0 90 132

Tot 1382 1366 527 523 447 362 324 229 165 135 126 117 91 55 43 32 31 26 18 18 11 3 -2 -52 5977 5550

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Avg/G 360.0 77.9 15.4 11.2 3.4 -0.2 -7.4 459.0 382.5

Avg/G 125.6 124.2 47.9 47.5 40.6 40.2 29.5 22.9 15.0 27.0 31.5 10.6 8.3 5.5 3.9 16.0 3.4 2.9 1.6 1.6 1.1 0.3 -0.2 -7.4 543.4 504.5

Kimbrough,Tyler

FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 9-17 52.9 1-1 1-2 4-6 2-4

50+ 1-4

Lg 52

Blk 0

FIELD GOAL SEQUENCE Fort Hays State (52),55 (31) 54,33,50 (43),(39) 38,(36),(40) (26) 29 (39) (18),40 48

Western State East Central Truman Emporia State Washburn Central Missouri Nebraska-Omaha Pittsburg State NW Missouri State Missouri Southern Missouri Western

Opponents (27),(29) (27),46 (28) (48),40,(26) (34) (28) (35),(21) 46,(56),(49)

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

PUNTING Kosjer,Ethan TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

No. 42 3 45 50

Yds 1792 12 1804 1987

Avg 42.7 4.0 40.1 39.7

Long 61 12 61 70

TB 9 0 9 5

FC 2 0 2 5

I20 8 0 8 17

Blkd 3 0 3 0

Offense WSC ECU TSU ESU WU UCM UNO PSU NWMSU MSSU MWSU

WR Scales Scales Scales Scales Scales Scales Scales Scales Scales Mercer Scales

WR/TE Leake Leake Williams Alcin Williams Williams Williams Leake Williams Williams Williams

LT Leon Leon Leon Leon Reese Reese Reese Reese Reese Reese Reese

LG Rouse Rouse Rouse Rouse Rouse Rouse Rouse Rouse Rouse Rouse Rouse

C Nelson Nelson Nelson Nelson Nelson Nelson Nelson Nelson Nelson Nelson Nelson

RG Bruner Sorrell Sorrell Sorrell Sorrell Leon Leon Sorrell Sorrell Sorrell Sorrell

RT Reese Reese McKinney McKinney McKinney McKinney McKinney McKinney McKinney McKinney McKinney

WR/TE Gadwood Gadwood Mercer Mercer Gadwood Gadwood Gadwood Gadwood Mercer Conner Gadwood

WR Murdock Murdock Murdock Murdock Murdock Murdock Murdock Murdock Murdock Murdock Mayberry

QB Garrison Garrison Garrison Garrison Garrison Garrison Garrison Garrison Garrison Garrison Garrison

RB Walker, J. Walker, J. Walker, J. Walker, J. Walker, J. Walker, J. Walker, J. Walker, J. Walker, J. Walker, J. Walker, J.

Defense WSC ECU TSU ESU WU UCM UNO PSU NWMSU MSSU MWSU

DE Nikkel Nikkel Nikkel Nikkel Nikkel Nikkel Nikkel Nikkel Nikkel Nikkel Nikkel

DT Herbert Herbert Herbert Martinez Martinez Martinez Martinez Glenn Glenn Glenn Herbert

DT Crossman Crossman Crossman Crossman Crossman Crossman Crossman Crossman Crossman Crossman Crossman

DE/LB Humphrey Humphrey Humphrey Humphrey Humphrey Flentroy Humphrey Humphrey Einspahr Humphrey Humphrey

LB Dreitz Dreitz Dreitz Dreitz Dreitz Dreitz Dreitz Dreitz Dreitz Einspahr Dreitz

LB/DB Einspahr Einspahr Einspahr Einspahr Einspahr Einspahr Hickel Hickel Hubert Hickel Hickel

LB Whitehill Whitehill Whitehill Whitehill Whitehill Whitehill Whitehill Whitehill Whitehill Whitehill Whitehill

CB Parker Parker Parker Parker Parker Parker Parker Parker Parker Parker Parker

ROV Walker, M. Walker, M. Blackwell Blackwell Blackwell Blackwell Blackwell Blackwell Blackwell Blackwell Blackwell

SS Blackwell Blackwell Jenrette Jenrette Jenrette Allison Allison Allison Allison Allison Allison

CB Shepheard Shepheard Walker, M. Walker, M. Walker, M. Walker, M. Walker, M. Walker, M. Walker, M. Walker, M. Walker, M.

Career Starts By Position For Returners Offense

Left Tackle - Josh Reese 9, Lamar Leon 4. Left Guard - Hawk Rouse 19. Center - None. Right Guard - Casey Sorrell 8, Lamar Leon 2, Josh Reese 1. Right Tackle - Josh Reese 2. Tight End - Chase Leake 3. Wide Receiver - Anthony Smith 13. Running Back - None. Quarterback - Anthony Smith 4.

Defense

Defensive End - None. Defensive Tackle - Edwin Herbert 4 Linebacker - Nick Dreitz 21, Brock Einspahr 14, Alex Whitehill 11, Layton Hickel 9. Cornerback - Tim Parker 13 Safety - Korey Allison 6, Tim Parker 1, Austin Hubert 1.


2010 FHSU FINAL STATISTICS Walker,James Murdock,O.J. Kimbrough,Tyler Scales,Cordarol Garrison,Mike Smith,Ed Williams,Chris Gadwood,Beau Kosjer,Ethan Total.......... Opponents......

FGs 0-0 0-0 9-17 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 9-17 12-15

Kick 0-0 0-0 34-39 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 34-40 42-44

|------ PATs ------| Rush Rcv 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0

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

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Saf 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

Points 78 72 61 36 36 12 12 6 0 313 352

|-------Tackles-------| No-Yards 0.5-3 . . 9.0-61 0.5-2 . 1.0-4 . . . 2.5-6 . . 2.0-19 . 0.5-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-97 32-171

Int-Yds 1-3 2-43 1-0 . 2-18 1-0 . . . 1-0 . . 3-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-26 . . . . . . . . . . . 12-90 12-132

BrUp 1 3 2 1 2 4 . 2 2 1 5 1 4 1 . 1 2 1 1 . 1 . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . 36 55

QBH . . 2 7 . . . 1 . . . 2 . 2 . . . 3 . . . 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 12

Rcv-Yds . 1-0 1-0 1-0 . . . . . . . . . 1-10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-10 8-14

HISTORY

TFL/Yds 5.5-10 3.5-12 1.0-2 19.0-93 1.5-6 . 2.0-9 2.5-2 0.5-0 . 8.0-19 . 1.5-4 5.0-25 1.0-4 1.5-4 1.0-2 2.0-6 . 0.5-1 . 1.0-3 . 1.0-11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58-213 69.0-248

RECORDS

Total 114 71 63 54 53 52 40 40 35 35 32 26 24 23 19 17 17 16 12 10 9 9 8 8 7 7 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 820 755

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Ast 58 26 39 21 26 24 20 21 16 13 18 17 6 16 9 14 11 8 9 6 2 4 4 2 3 5 . 2 . 1 . . 1 1 . 1 . 404 318

REVIEW

Solo 56 45 24 33 27 28 20 19 19 22 14 9 18 7 10 3 6 8 3 4 7 5 4 6 4 2 3 1 3 1 2 1 . . 1 . 1 416 437

OPPONENTS

GP 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 10 9 9 11 9 11 11 11 9 10 11 10 9 7 11 11 10 10 9 11 10 11 8 11 4 10 11 11 10 10 11 11

|-Fumbles-| Blkd FF Kick SAF 1 . . 1 . . . . . . 2 . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . 8 2 . 11 7 2

PLAYERS

Whitehill,Alex Blackwell,Seth Dreitz,Nick Crossman,Jacob Walker,Michael Allison,Korey Hickel,Layton Einspahr,Brock Jenrette,Roderi Shepheard,Wayne Nikkel,Garrett Flentroy,Namari Parker,Tim Humphrey,Brian Brunner,Andy Herbert,Edwin Shelton,Cameron Burton,Aaron Woodall,A.J. Glenn,Justin Walker,Thomas Martinez,Ernest Hubert,Austin Medeiros,Nelson Nash,Zach Marcotte,Stephe Kosjer,Ethan Jusko,Eric Williams,Chris Bersuch,Taylor Scales,Cordarol Perry,Kyle Conner,Cody Kimbrough,Tyler Murdock,O.J. Jacques,Ricky Leake,Chase Total.......... Opponents......

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COACHES

DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

TD 13 12 0 6 6 2 2 1 0 42 45

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2010 FHSU FINAL STATISTICS 2010 FHSU Individual Game Highs

2010 Opponent Individual Game Highs

Rushes

22

Walker,James vs Truman (Sep 18, 2010)

Rushes

30

Gedward,Cornell, vs Missouri Southern (Nov 06, 2010)

Yards Rushing

120

Walker,James at Missouri Western (Nov 13, 2010)

Yards Rushing

171

Moore,Vershon, vs Washburn (Oct 02, 2010)

TD Rushes

2

Smith,Ed vs Western State (Aug 28, 2010)

TD Rushes

2

Moore,Vershon, vs Washburn (Oct 02, 2010)

Walker,James vs Missouri Southern (Nov 06, 2010)

Stewart,Anthony, vs Central Missouri (Oct 09, 2010)

Walker,James at Missouri Western (Nov 13, 2010)

Dickey,Zac, vs Pittsburg State (Oct 23, 2010) Bolles,Blake, at NW Missouri State (Oct 30, 2010)

Long Rush

65

Garrison,Mike vs Western State (Aug 28, 2010)

Pass attempts

64

Garrison,Mike at Missouri Western (Nov 13, 2010)

Pass completions

36

Garrison,Mike at Missouri Western (Nov 13, 2010)

Long Rush

Yards Passing

435

Garrison,Mike at Missouri Western (Nov 13, 2010)

Pass attempts

56

Czerniewski,Eri, vs Central Missouri (Oct 09, 2010)

TD Passes

5

Garrison,Mike vs East Central (Sep 04, 2010)

Pass completions

39

Czerniewski,Eri, vs Central Missouri (Oct 09, 2010) Czerniewski,Eri, vs Central Missouri (Oct 09, 2010)

Gedward,Cornell, vs Missouri Southern (Nov 06, 2010) 39

Franklin III,Ja, at Nebraska-Omaha (Oct 16, 2010)

Long Pass

80

Garrison,Mike vs East Central (Sep 04, 2010)

Yards Passing

385

Receptions

10

Walker,James vs Pittsburg State (Oct 23, 2010)

TD Passes

3

Simoneau,Dane, vs Washburn (Oct 02, 2010)

Murdock,O.J. at Missouri Western (Nov 13, 2010)

Long Pass

82

Bolles,Blake, at NW Missouri State (Oct 30, 2010)

Receptions

10

Curtis Prock, vs Western State (Aug 28, 2010)

Yards Receiving

208

Murdock,O.J. at Nebraska-Omaha (Oct 16, 2010)

TD Receptions

3

Murdock,O.J. vs East Central (Sep 04, 2010)

Long Reception

80

Murdock,O.J. vs East Central (Sep 04, 2010)

Yards Receiving

225

Threat,Ne’Ronte, vs Missouri Southern (Nov 06, 2010)

Field Goals

2

Kimbrough,Tyler at Emporia State (Sep 25, 2010)

TD Receptions

2

Warren,Jamorris, vs Central Missouri (Oct 09, 2010)

Threat,Ne’Ronte, vs Missouri Southern (Nov 06, 2010)

Kimbrough,Tyler vs Washburn (Oct 02, 2010)

Threat,Ne’Ronte, vs Missouri Southern (Nov 06, 2010)

Long Field Goal

52

Kimbrough,Tyler vs Western State (Aug 28, 2010)

Long Reception

82

Baker,Josh, at NW Missouri State (Oct 30, 2010)

Punts

5

Kosjer,Ethan vs Truman (Sep 18, 2010)

Field Goals

2

King,Zackary, at Emporia State (Sep 25, 2010)

Kosjer,Ethan at Emporia State (Sep 25, 2010)

Ramsay,Jacob, at Nebraska-Omaha (Oct 16, 2010)

Kosjer,Ethan at Nebraska-Omaha (Oct 16, 2010)

Herndon,Dallas, vs Missouri Southern (Nov 06, 2010)

Kosjer,Ethan at NW Missouri State (Oct 30, 2010) Punting Avg

49.2

Beckwith,Brad, at Missouri Western (Nov 13, 2010)

Kosjer,Ethan vs Missouri Southern (Nov 06, 2010)

Long Field Goal

56

Beckwith,Brad, at Missouri Western (Nov 13, 2010)

Long Punt

61

Kosjer,Ethan at NW Missouri State (Oct 30, 2010)

Punts

9

Miles Gorham, vs Western State (Aug 28, 2010)

Long Punt Return

23

Conner,Cody vs Pittsburg State (Oct 23, 2010)

Punting Avg

47.8

Ryan Massengale, vs East Central (Sep 04, 2010)

Long Kickoff Return

64

Parker,Tim vs Missouri Southern (Nov 06, 2010)

Long Punt

70

Ryan Massengale, vs East Central (Sep 04, 2010)

Tackles

16

Shepheard,Wayne vs Central Missouri (Oct 09, 2010)

Long Punt Return

48

Downing,Terrell, at Missouri Western (Nov 13, 2010)

Sacks

3.0

Crossman,Jacob vs Missouri Southern (Nov 06, 2010)

Long Kickoff Return

100

Fannin,TJ, at Missouri Western (Nov 13, 2010)

Tackles For Loss

3.5

Crossman,Jacob vs Missouri Southern (Nov 06, 2010)

Tackles

13

Brawner,Jared, vs Washburn (Oct 02, 2010)

Interceptions

1

Parker,Tim vs Truman (Sep 18, 2010) Sacks

2.0

White,John, vs Pittsburg State (Oct 23, 2010)

Walker,Michael vs Truman (Sep 18, 2010)

Dreiling,Nate, vs Pittsburg State (Oct 23, 2010)

Dreitz,Nick vs Truman (Sep 18, 2010)

Pister,Ben, at Missouri Western (Nov 13, 2010)

Allison,Korey vs Central Missouri (Oct 09, 2010) Shepheard,Wayne vs Central Missouri (Oct 09, 2010)

Bass,David, at Missouri Western (Nov 13, 2010) Tackles For Loss

3.0

Marcotte,Stephe vs Central Missouri (Oct 09, 2010)

Pister,Ben, at Missouri Western (Nov 13, 2010)

Blackwell,Seth at Nebraska-Omaha (Oct 16, 2010) Whitehill,Alex at Nebraska-Omaha (Oct 16, 2010)

Webb,Daniel, at Emporia State (Sep 25, 2010) Bass,David, at Missouri Western (Nov 13, 2010)

Interceptions

2

Davis,Kendall, at Missouri Western (Nov 13, 2010)

Parker,Tim vs Pittsburg State (Oct 23, 2010) Walker,Michael vs Pittsburg State (Oct 23, 2010) Parker,Tim at NW Missouri State (Oct 30, 2010)

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Blackwell,Seth at Missouri Western (Nov 13, 2010)

2010 FHSU Team Game Highs

2010 Opponent Team Game Highs

Rushes

39

vs East Central (Sep 04, 2010)

Rushes

49

vs Missouri Southern (Nov 06, 2010)

Yards Rushing

295

vs Western State (Aug 28, 2010)

Yards Rushing

271

vs Pittsburg State (Oct 23, 2010)

Yards Per Rush

7.8

vs Western State (Aug 28, 2010)

Yards Per Rush

5.6

vs Pittsburg State (Oct 23, 2010)

TD Rushes

4

vs Western State (Aug 28, 2010)

TD Rushes

5

vs Pittsburg State (Oct 23, 2010)

Pass attempts

64

at Missouri Western (Nov 13, 2010)

Pass attempts

57

vs Central Missouri (Oct 09, 2010)

Pass completions

36

at Missouri Western (Nov 13, 2010)

Pass completions

39

vs Central Missouri (Oct 09, 2010)

Yards Passing

435

at Missouri Western (Nov 13, 2010)

Yards Passing

385

vs Central Missouri (Oct 09, 2010)

Yards Per Pass

14.3

vs East Central (Sep 04, 2010)

Yards Per Pass

12.6

vs Missouri Southern (Nov 06, 2010)

TD Passes

5

vs East Central (Sep 04, 2010)

TD Passes

3

vs Washburn (Oct 02, 2010)

Total Plays

94

at Missouri Western (Nov 13, 2010)

Total Plays

86

vs Central Missouri (Oct 09, 2010)

Total Offense

553

at Missouri Western (Nov 13, 2010)

Total Offense

555

at NW Missouri State (Oct 30, 2010)

Yards Per Play

8.0

vs East Central (Sep 04, 2010)

Yards Per Play

6.9

vs Washburn (Oct 02, 2010)

Points

45

vs Western State (Aug 28, 2010)

Points

48

at Missouri Western (Nov 13, 2010)

vs East Central (Sep 04, 2010)

Sacks By

5

at Missouri Western (Nov 13, 2010) vs Central Missouri (Oct 09, 2010)

Sacks By

5

vs Missouri Southern (Nov 06, 2010)

First Downs

28

First Downs

27

at NW Missouri State (Oct 30, 2010)

Penalties

8

vs East Central (Sep 04, 2010)

at Missouri Western (Nov 13, 2010)

Penalty Yards

69

vs East Central (Sep 04, 2010)

vs Western State (Aug 28, 2010)

Turnovers

4

vs Truman (Sep 18, 2010)

vs East Central (Sep 04, 2010)

Interceptions By

4

at Missouri Western (Nov 13, 2010)

Penalties

8

at Nebraska-Omaha (Oct 16, 2010) Penalty Yards

78

vs Western State (Aug 28, 2010)

Turnovers

5

at Missouri Western (Nov 13, 2010)

Interceptions By

3

vs Truman (Sep 18, 2010) vs Central Missouri (Oct 09, 2010)

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2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Western State Fort Hays State

Rushing Garrison,Mike Walker,James Jacques,Ricky Smith,Ed Kosjer,Ethan Totals...

No 7 11 10 9 1 38

Passing Garrison,Mike TEAM Totals...

Att-Cmp-Int 30-18-0 1-0-0 31-18-0

20 45

Aug. 28, 2010 - Lewis Field Stadium - Hays, Kan. Score by Quarters Western State (0-1) Fort Hays State (1-0)

1 7 7

2 0 17

3 0 7

4 13 14

Score 20 45

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter FHSU 07:16 WSC 02:36 2nd Quarter FHSU 07:53 FHSU 03:16

Walker,James 1 yd run (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) G. Daniels 4 yd run (Lloyd Tucker kick)

Team Stats

FHSU 23 38-295 248 31-18-0 69-543 0-0 4-40 0-0 0-0 4-34.2 1-0 8-78 28:08 6 of 14 1 of 2 4-4

Yds 248 0 248

Yds 40 50 34 29 48 23 13 11 248

Field goal attempts Kimbrough,Tyler 2nd Kimbrough,Tyler 4th

07:53 12:24

Score 23 45

Scoring Summary

FHSU 24 39-155 358 25-16-1 64-513 0-0 1-0 1-52 0-0 4-33.8 1-1 8-73 29:49 5 of 11 0 of 0 4-4

Receiving Curtis Prock Shaun Suttorp Bradey Gasaway Lukas Adams Dustin Driscoll G. Daniels Totals...

Yds 218 -1 217

Yds 97 58 23 23 17 -1 217

TD 2 0 2 TD 0 1 0 1 0 0 2

Punting Miles Gorham Totals...

No. Yds Avg Long 9 326 36.2 54 9 326 36.2 54

Intercept No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0

All Returns Shaun Suttorp Dustin Driscoll Andrew Maxcy S. Gustafson Totals...

Punts No Yds 2 21 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 21

Good Missed

Field goal attempts None

In20 0 0

TB 0 0

Lg 16 0 0 0 16

TD 1 0 0 0 0 1

Lg Avg 5 2.2 12 1.9 5 1.5 0 -3.0 0 -4.0 12 1.2

Long Sack 19 2 0 0 19 2 Long 18 19 16 17 17 0 19 In20 1 1

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 0 0 0 2 27 15 2 22 21 1 5 5 5 54 21

TB 1 1

Intercept No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Receiving Murdock,O.J. Walker,James Gadwood,Beau Scales,Cordarol Alcin,Ed Smith,Anthony Totals...

East Central Gain 69 52 49 0 0 170

No. 4 4 3 2 2 1 16

Punting Kosjer,Ethan TEAM Totals...

No. 3 1 4

All Returns Alcin,Ed Allison,Korey Totals...

Punts No Yds 0 0 1 0 1 0

Field goal attempts Kimbrough,Tyler 1st

Yds 135 0 135

Loss 6 0 3 1 5 15

Net 63 52 46 -1 -5 155

TD 0 1 0 0 0 1

Lg Avg 9 3.3 24 8.7 8 3.8 0 -1.0 0 -5.0 24 4.0

TD Long Sack 5 80 0 5 80 0

Yds 175 27 55 47 35 19 358

TD 3 0 0 2 0 0 5

Long 80 13 29 34 18 19 80

Avg 45.0 0.0 33.8

Long 56 0 56

In20 1 0 1

TB 0 0 0

Kickoffs Lg No Yds Lg 0 1 52 52 0 0 0 0 0 1 52 52

Intercept No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

12:02

Good

31 yds

Rushing C. Opeseyitan Tyler Vanderzee Justin Todd John Gaines Totals...

No 14 7 2 8 31

Gain 55 35 9 7 106

Loss 2 16 0 7 25

Net 53 19 9 0 81

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Yds Tyler Vanderzee 20-31-0 276 Totals... 20-31-0 276 Receiving Zack Patteson Cleotha Euwins Tyra Waits Colter Huff John Gaines J. Stephenson Totals...

No. 8 3 3 3 2 1 20

Yds 132 20 19 19 78 8 276

TD 1 0 0 0 1 0 2

No. Yds Avg Long 8 382 47.8 70 8 382 47.8 70

All Returns Colter Huff Austin Daniels Markell Walker LaQuan Harper Ryan Madison Dontae Smith Totals...

Punts No Yds 0 0 0 0 2 5 0 0 1 24 0 0 3 29

Field goal attempts None

Lg Avg 18 3.8 12 2.7 8 4.5 4 0.0 18 2.6

TD Long Sack 2 74 1 2 74 1

Punting R. Massengale Totals...

Lg 0 0 2 0 0 0 2

TD 1 0 0 0 1

Long 44 12 10 11 74 8 74

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 22 11 0 0 0 5 80 24 8 102 24

In20 2 2

TB 3 3

Intercept No Yds Lg 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

HISTORY

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

ECU 13 31-81 276 31-20-0 62-357 0-0 3-29 8-102 1-0 8-47.8 6-0 8-69 30:11 6 of 17 1 of 3 1-1

Long 19 28 15 19 48 23 13 11 48

Net 24 21 3 -3 -12 33

RECORDS

Team Stats

Att-Cmp-Int 32-21-0 2-1-0 34-22-0 No. 10 5 3 2 1 1 22

Loss 2 15 2 3 12 34

THE MIAA

1st Quarter FHSU 12:02 Kimbrough,Tyler 31 yd field goal FHSU 06:47 Murdock,O.J. 66 yd pass from Garrison,Mike (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) 2nd Quarter ECU 14:14 Zack Patteson 44 yd pass from T. Vanderzee (Matt Berrey kick) FHSU 05:39 Murdock,O.J. 16 yd pass from Garrison,Mike (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) ECU 01:08 John Gaines 74 yd pass from Tyler Vanderzee (Matt Berrey kick) FHSU 00:34 Scales,Cordarol 13 yd pass from Garrison,Mike (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) 3rd Quarter FHSU 08:24 Scales,Cordarol 34 yd pass from Garrison,Mike (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) ECU 01:54 C. Opeseyitan 1 yd run (Matt Berrey kick) FHSU 00:01 Murdock,O.J. 80 yd pass from Garrison,Mike (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) 4th Quarter ECU 10:54 TEAM safety FHSU 03:06 Garrison,Mike 7 yd run (Kimbrough,Tyler kick)

Gain 26 36 5 0 0 67

REVIEW

Att-Cmp-Int Yds 16-25-1 358 16-25-1 358

4 2 7

Passing Miles Gorham Tyler Daniels Totals...

52 yds 55 yds

Passing Garrison,Mike Totals...

3 7 14

Long Sack 48 0 0 0 48 0

All Returns Allison,Korey Totals...

East Central Fort Hays State

2 14 14

No 11 11 2 1 3 28

Punts Kickoffs No Yds Lg No Yds Lg 4 40 16 0 0 0 4 40 16 0 0 0

No 19 6 12 1 1 39

1 0 10

Rushing G. Daniels Miles Gorham Tyler Daniels TEAM Dustin Driscoll Totals...

No. Yds Avg Long 4 137 34.2 50 4 137 34.2 50

Rushing Walker,James Garrison,Mike Jacques,Ricky TEAM Smith,Ed Totals...

Score by Quarters East Central (0-1) Fort Hays State (2-0)

Lg Avg 65 14.3 37 8.3 14 5.5 23 5.7 0 -2.0 65 7.8

Punting Kosjer,Ethan Totals...

Fort Hays State

Sept. 4, 2010 - Lewis Field Stadium - Hays, Kan.

TD 2 0 2 TD 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2

Game 2 23 45

TD 1 1 0 2 0 4

OPPONENTS

WSC 15 28-33 217 34-22-0 62-250 0-0 2-21 5-54 0-0 9-36.2 2-0 7-45 31:52 3 of 14 1 of 1 3-3

Net 100 91 55 51 -2 295

PLAYERS

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

No. 5 4 3 2 1 1 1 1 18

Loss 0 0 3 2 2 7

COACHES

Kimbrough,Tyler 52 yd field goal Scales,Cordarol 48 yd pass from Garrison,Mike (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) FHSU 00:28 Walker,James 8 yd pass from Garrison,Mike (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) 3rd Quarter FHSU 05:06 Smith,Ed 2 yd run (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) 4th Quarter WSC 14:04 Lukas Adams 17 yd pass from Miles Gorham (Lloyd Tucker kick) FHSU 10:31 Garrison,Mike 65 yd run (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) WSC 06:12 Shaun Suttorp 9 yd pass from Miles Gorham (Miles Gorham pass failed) FHSU 01:19 Smith,Ed 3 yd run (Kimbrough,Tyler kick)

Receiving Jacques,Ricky Gadwood,Beau Walker,James Murdock,O.J. Scales,Cordarol Alcin,Ed Smith,Anthony Leake,Chase Totals...

Western State Gain 100 91 58 53 0 302

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

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2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Game 3

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Truman Fort Hays State

Rushing Walker,James Smith,Ed Garrison,Mike Jacques,Ricky TEAM Totals...

No 22 4 7 2 1 36

Passing Garrison,Mike Totals...

Att-Cmp-Int Yds 18-35-0 325 18-35-0 325

9 34

Sept. 18, 2010 - Lewis Field Stadium - Hays, Kan. Score by Quarters Truman (2-1, 0-1) Fort Hays State (3-0, 1-0)

1 0 0

2 7 14

3 0 0

4 2 20

Score 9 34

Scoring Summary

2nd Quarter FHSU 08:50 Gadwood,Beau 25 yd pass from Garrison,Mike (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) TSU 05:07 Davis,Phillip 15 yd run (Koon,Derek kick) FHSU 00:23 Walker,James 47 yd pass from Garrison,Mike (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) 4th Quarter TSU 11:52 TEAM safety FHSU 07:27 Murdock,O.J. 24 yd pass from Garrison,Mike (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) FHSU 04:13 Walker,James 1 yd run (Kimbrough,Tyler kick failed) FHSU 02:04 Garrison,Mike 5 yd run (Kimbrough,Tyler kick)

Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

TSU 13 31-110 107 33-15-3 64-217 0-0 0-0 7-143 0-0 8-34.1 3-1 3-25 25:56 5 of 14 1 of 1 1-1

FHSU 21 36-167 325 35-18-0 71-492 0-0 2--2 2-38 3-2 5-35.8 2-0 3-25 32:00 4 of 14 1 of 2 2-3

Game 4 Fort Hays State Emporia State

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1 0 6

2 6 6

3 0 0

4 0 7

Score 6 19

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter ESU 00:34 2nd Quarter ESU 07:38 FHSU 04:01 FHSU 02:56 ESU 00:19 4th Quarter ESU 14:36

No. 6 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 18

Loss 8 0 12 0 33 53

Net 114 55 28 3 -33 167

TD 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 3

Punting Kosjer,Ethan Totals...

No. Yds Avg Long 5 179 35.8 41 5 179 35.8 41

All Returns Murdock,O.J. Smith,Ed Dreitz,Nick Walker,Michael Parker,Tim Allison,Korey Totals...

Punts No Yds 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 -2 2 -2

Field goal attempts Kimbrough,Tyler 1st Kimbrough,Tyler 3rd Kimbrough,Tyler 4th

Long 36 19 11 25 47 46 9 1 47 In20 2 2

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 1 19 19 1 19 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 38 19

00:15 03:50 06:16

Lg Avg 46 5.2 39 13.8 17 4.0 2 1.5 0 -33.0 46 4.6

TD Long Sack 3 47 3 3 47 3

Yds 128 35 22 37 47 46 9 1 325

Lg 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

TD 1 0 1 0 0 2

54 yds 33 yds 50 yds

TB 1 1

Intercept No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 2 Missed Missed Missed

Smart,Kevin 1 yd run (King,Zackary kick failed) King,Zackary 27 yd field goal Kimbrough,Tyler 43 yd field goal Kimbrough,Tyler 39 yd field goal King,Zackary 29 yd field goal Richardson,Shju 67 yd pass from Eckenrode (King,Zackary kick)

Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

FHSU 12 26-55 148 33-16-2 59-203 1-10 1--7 3-68 0-0 5-45.8 1-1 5-45 24:18 4 of 13 0 of 2 0-0

ESU 20 48-169 184 25-15-0 73-353 0-0 0-0 2-63 2-0 4-40.2 3-1 7-44 35:42 9 of 17 0 of 2 3-3

No 10 7 6 6 1 1 31

Passing Davis,Phillip Schottel,Conrad Breen,Taylor Totals...

Att-Cmp-Int 10-21-1 5-8-1 0-4-1 15-33-3

Receiving Taylor,Paul Brown,Anthony Roberts,Caleb Mosquera,Will Blue,Kendrick Grier,Dallas Harvey,Donald Bernard,Anton Totals...

Gain 71 27 17 8 0 0 123

No. 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 15

Loss 2 0 3 2 1 5 13

Net 69 27 14 6 -1 -5 110

Yds 84 23 0 107

Yds 32 22 16 10 10 8 6 3 107

TD 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Punting Phillips,Eric Totals...

No. Yds Avg Long 8 273 34.1 52 8 273 34.1 52

All Returns Taylor,Paul Harvey,Donald Bernard,Anton Elliott,Michael Totals...

Punts No Yds 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 0 0 0 0 0

TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

Lg Avg 15 6.9 7 3.9 8 2.3 4 1.0 0 -1.0 0 -5.0 15 3.5

Long Sack 21 1 10 0 0 1 21 2 Long 21 12 10 9 6 5 6 3 21 In20 4 4

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 2 47 35 3 91 55 1 8 8 1 -3 0 7 143 55

TB 0 0

Intercept No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Emporia State

Rushing Walker,James Garrison,Mike Jacques,Ricky Totals...

No 12 13 1 26

Passing Garrison,Mike Totals...

Att-Cmp-Int Yds 16-33-2 148 16-33-2 148

Receiving Murdock,O.J. Walker,James Scales,Cordarol Alcin,Ed Gadwood,Beau Totals...

Rushing Davis,Phillip Mosquera,Will Ayora,Harnish Bernard,Anton TEAM Breen,Taylor Totals...

Field goal attempts None

Fort Hays State

Sept. 25, 2010 - Welch Stadium - Emporia, Kan. Score by Quarters Fort Hays State (3-1, 1-1) Emporia State (4-1, 2-1)

Receiving Murdock,O.J. Williams,Chris Scales,Cordarol Gadwood,Beau Walker,James Mercer,Robert Smith,Ed Alcin,Ed Totals...

Truman Gain 122 55 40 3 0 220

Gain 41 33 4 78

No. 7 4 2 2 1 16

Loss 6 17 0 23

Yds 70 24 24 15 15 148

Net 35 16 4 55

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0

No. Yds Avg Long 5 229 45.8 55 5 229 45.8 55

All Returns Murdock,O.J. Allison,Korey Smith,Ed Totals...

Punts No Yds 0 0 1 -7 0 0 1 -7

Field goal attempts Kimbrough,Tyler 2nd Kimbrough,Tyler 2nd

Long 19 14 13 11 15 19

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 1 26 26 0 0 0 2 42 24 3 68 26

04:01 02:56

Lg Avg 8 2.9 12 1.2 4 4.0 12 2.1

TD Long Sack 0 19 4 0 19 4

Punting Kosjer,Ethan Totals...

Lg 0 0 0 0

TD 0 0 0 0

43 yds 39 yds

In20 1 1

TB 4 4

Intercept No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Good Good

Rushing Smart,Kevin Abner,Adrian Horton,Dasor Richardson,Shju Eckenrode,Tyler TEAM Johnson,Corey Totals...

No 19 13 6 3 4 1 2 48

Passing Eckenrode,Tyler TEAM Totals...

Att-Cmp-Int 15-24-0 0-1-0 15-25-0

Receiving Love,Benjamin Richardson,Shju Hageman,Tracey Johnson,Corey Smart,Kevin Abner,Adrian Kelly,James Totals...

Gain 67 56 43 18 10 0 4 198

No. 5 3 2 2 1 1 1 15

Loss 1 8 1 4 3 2 10 29

Net 66 48 42 14 7 -2 -6 169

Yds 184 0 184

Yds 33 95 18 17 8 8 5 184

TD 1 0 1 TD 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

Punting Chilson,Tyler Totals...

No. Yds Avg Long 4 161 40.2 49 4 161 40.2 49

All Returns Hall,Derwin Dozier,Julian Woods,Chris Lohman,Derek Totals...

Punts No Yds 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Field goal attempts King,Zackary 2nd King,Zackary 2nd

Lg 0 0 0 0 0

TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Long Sack 67 1 0 0 67 1 Long 12 67 12 12 8 8 5 67

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 1 27 27 1 36 36 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 63 36

07:38 00:19

27 yds 29 yds

Lg Avg 19 3.5 12 3.7 34 7.0 11 4.7 6 1.8 0 -2.0 4 -3.0 34 3.5

In20 2 2

TB 0 0

Intercept No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 Good Good


2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Fort Hays State

Washburn Fort Hays State

Rushing Garrison,Mike Walker,James Jacques,Ricky Smith,Ed Totals...

No 17 13 2 1 33

Passing Garrison,Mike Totals...

Att-Cmp-Int Yds 25-40-0 304 25-40-0 304

38 27

Oct. 2, 2010 - Lewis Field Stadium - Hays, Kan. Score by Quarters Washburn (2-3, 1-2) Fort Hays State (3-2, 1-2)

1 7 14

2 17 0

3 14 6

4 0 7

Score 34 27

Scoring Summary

FHSU 26 33-145 304 40-25-0 73-449 0-0 0-0 7-110 0-0 2-39.0 0-0 2-10 31:34 7 of 15 3 of 4 5-5

All Returns Murdock,O.J. Smith,Ed Totals...

Punts No Yds 0 0 0 0 0 0

Missed Good Good

Att-Cmp-Int 29-22-1 1-0-0 30-22-1

Score 30 27

Scoring Summary

UCM 28 29-136 385 57-39-3 86-521 0-0 4-34 3-38 1-0 3-41.7 0-0 7-55 36:22 11 of 18 2 of 3 5-5

FHSU 22 31-187 272 30-22-1 61-459 0-0 0-0 2-17 3-26 4-42.0 1-1 1-15 23:32 5 of 11 0 of 1 2-3

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Yds Simoneau,Dane 11-21-0 222 Totals... 11-21-0 222 Receiving Hastings,Joe Schuler,Brody Moore,Vershon Mosby,Travis Hurst,Tore Totals...

No. 6 2 1 1 1 11

Yds 126 67 17 7 5 222

TD 1 1 0 0 1 3

No. Yds Avg Long 1 40 40.0 40 1 40 40.0 40

All Returns Ulmer,Joe Beard,DeJuan Jean,Patrick Desir,Pierre Totals...

Punts No Yds 0 0 1 12 0 0 0 0 1 12

Long 49 51 17 7 5 51 In20 1 1

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 1 25 25 0 0 0 1 35 35 3 47 24 5 107 35

12:31 06:00

Lg Avg 25 6.1 11 2.9 16 13.0 14 7.0 13 13.0 0 -2.0 0 -10.0 25 5.3

TD Long Sack 3 51 1 3 51 1

Punting Hills,Austin Totals...

Lg 0 12 0 0 12

TD 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

27 yds 46 yds

TB 0 0

Intercept No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Good Blocked

Central Missouri Gain 118 76 12 206

No. 7 5 4 3 3 22

Loss 0 19 0 19

Net 118 57 12 187

Yds 272 0 272

Yds 45 66 20 116 25 272

TD 0 1 0 1 0 2

No. Yds Avg Long 4 168 42.0 54 4 168 42.0 54

All Returns Brunner,Andy Marcotte,Stephe Smith,Ed Shepheard,W. Allison,Korey Totals...

Punts No Yds 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0

TD 1 1 0 2

TD 2 0 2

Punting Kosjer,Ethan Totals...

Field goal attempts None

Net 171 26 26 21 13 -4 -10 243

Lg Avg 34 6.9 32 4.8 10 6.0 34 6.0

Long Sack 76 3 0 0 76 3 Long 17 22 9 76 15 76

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 1 6 6 0 0 0 1 11 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 17 11

In20 1 1

TB 0 0

Intercept No Yds Lg 0 0 0 1 26 26 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 26 26

Rushing Stewart,Anthony Hubbard,Tywon Czerniewski,Eri Mason,Seth Totals...

No 24 1 3 1 29

Passing Czerniewski,Eri Allison,Reid Totals...

Att-Cmp-Int 56-39-2 1-0-1 57-39-3

Receiving Mason,Seth Warren,Jamorris Stewart,Anthony Cannon,David Cosby,DeMarco Dyer,Taylor Boehringer,B. Allison,Reid Parks,Adam Totals...

Gain 120 9 8 6 143

No. 8 8 7 5 4 3 2 1 1 39

Loss 7 0 0 0 7

Net 113 9 8 6 136

Yds 385 0 385

Yds 97 56 44 62 63 45 6 8 4 385

TD 2 0 2 TD 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

Punting Jordan,Matt Totals...

No. Yds Avg Long 3 125 41.7 55 3 125 41.7 55

All Returns Mason,Seth Parks,Adam Salter,Darrian Stephens,Paul Lewis,Patrick Totals...

Punts No Yds 0 0 4 34 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 34

Field goal attempts Jamieson,Aaron 4th

Lg 0 17 0 0 0 17

TD 2 0 0 0 2

Long Sack 29 0 0 0 29 0 Long 29 17 14 27 21 28 3 8 4 29

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 1 13 13 0 0 0 1 7 7 1 18 18 0 0 0 3 38 18

00:29

28 yds

Lg Avg 23 4.7 9 9.0 5 2.7 6 6.0 23 4.7

In20 1 1

TB 1 1

Intercept No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 Good

HISTORY

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

Receiving Walker,James Scales,Cordarol Williams,Chris Murdock,O.J. Gadwood,Beau Totals...

Loss 5 5 0 0 0 4 10 24

RECORDS

Team Stats

Gain 176 31 26 21 13 0 0 267

THE MIAA

1st Quarter FHSU 14:24 Murdock,O.J. 76 yd pass from Garrison,Mike (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) UCM 11:23 Stewart,Anthony 11 yd run (Jamieson,A. kick) UCM 03:27 Stewart,Anthony 1 yd run (Jamieson,A. kick blocked) 2nd Quarter FHSU 07:56 Scales,Cordarol 20 yd pass from Garrison,Mike (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) UCM 00:22 Warren,Jamorris 1 yd pass from Czerniewski,E. (Jamieson,Aaron kick) 3rd Quarter FHSU 06:40 Garrison,Mike 10 yd run (Kimbrough,Tyler kick failed) UCM 02:01 Warren,Jamorris 4 yd pass from Czerniewski,E. (Jamieson,Aaron kick) 4th Quarter FHSU 14:20 Walker,James 34 yd run (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) UCM 00:29 Jamieson,Aaron 28 yd field goal

No 28 9 2 3 1 2 1 46

REVIEW

Passing Garrison,Mike TEAM Totals...

4 3 7

38 yds 36 yds 40 yds

Rushing Moore,Vershon Cooper,Justin Hastings,Joe Lowe,Terrence Haug,Brad TEAM Simoneau,Dane Totals...

Field goal attempts Ivanisevic,Stev 2nd Ivanisevic,Stev 4th

#12 Central Missouri 30 Fort Hays State 27 3 7 6

TB 0 0

00:01 08:06 00:48

No 17 12 2 31

2 7 7

In20 1 1

Intercept No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Rushing Walker,James Garrison,Mike Jacques,Ricky Totals...

1 13 7

Long 27 15 34 19 18 34

Kickoffs Lg No Yds Lg 0 2 31 20 0 5 79 22 0 7 110 22

Fort Hays State

Score by Quarters Central Missouri (6-1, 5-0) Fort Hays State (3-3, 1-3)

TD 0 1 1 0 0 2

No. Yds Avg Long 2 78 39.0 45 2 78 39.0 45

Game 6 Oct. 9, 2010 - Lewis Field Stadium - Hays, Kan.

TD Long Sack 2 34 4 2 34 4

Punting Kosjer,Ethan Totals...

Field goal attempts Kimbrough,Tyler 2nd Kimbrough,Tyler 3rd Kimbrough,Tyler 3rd

Lg Avg 15 4.5 17 5.3 1 0.0 0 0.0 17 4.4

OPPONENTS

WU 26 46-243 222 21-11-0 67-465 0-0 1-12 5-107 0-0 1-40.0 1-0 3-30 28:26 6 of 10 1 of 1 5-5

Yds 103 54 73 45 29 304

TD 1 0 0 0 1

PLAYERS

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

No. 9 7 4 3 2 25

Net 76 69 0 0 145

COACHES

Team Stats

Receiving Gadwood,Beau Walker,James Murdock,O.J. Williams,Chris Scales,Cordarol Totals...

Loss 16 0 1 0 17

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

1st Quarter FHSU 09:52 Garrison,Mike 5 yd run (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) WU 04:53 Moore,Vershon 1 yd run (Ivanisevic,Stev kick) FHSU 01:52 Walker,James 6 yd pass from Garrison,Mike (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) 2nd Quarter WU 12:31 Ivanisevic,Stev 27 yd field goal WU 07:37 Hastings,Joe 17 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Stev kick) WU 00:42 Hurst,Tore 5 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Stev kick) 3rd Quarter WU 12:33 Moore,Vershon 5 yd run (Ivanisevic,Stev kick) FHSU 08:06 Kimbrough,Tyler 36 yd field goal WU 06:54 Schuler,Brody 51 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Stev kick) FHSU 00:48 Kimbrough,Tyler 40 yd field goal 4th Quarter FHSU 02:40 Murdock,O.J. 6 yd pass from Garrison,Mike (Kimbrough,Tyler kick)

Washburn Gain 92 69 1 0 162

FORT HAYS STATE

Game 5

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FORT HAYS STATE UNIVERSITY

2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Game 7

Fort Hays State

Fort Hays State Nebraska-Omaha

Rushing Walker,James Jacques,Ricky Garrison,Mike Totals...

No 14 3 11 28

Passing Garrison,Mike Totals...

Att-Cmp-Int Yds 35-23-0 407 35-23-0 407

29 41

Oct. 16, 2010 - Caniglia Field - Omaha, Neb. Score by Quarters 1 Fort Hays State (3-4, 1-4) 14 Nebraska-Omaha (3-4, 3-2) 7

2 0 10

3 9 14

4 6 10

Score 29 41

Scoring Summary

1st Quarter UNO 10:22 Teigland,John 1 yd run (Ramsay,Jacob kick) FHSU 04:57 Williams,Chris 7 yd pass from Garrison,Mike (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) FHSU 02:22 Walker,James 1 yd run (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) 2nd Quarter UNO 12:21 Ramsay,Jacob 48 yd field goal UNO 03:17 Torneden,Camren 13 yd run (Ramsay,J. kick) 3rd Quarter UNO 07:49 Shepherd,Bryan 0 yd fumble recovery (Ramsay,Jacob kick) FHSU 05:23 Kimbrough,Tyler 26 yd field goal UNO 03:00 Franklin III,Ja 2 yd run (Ramsay,Jacob kick) FHSU 02:38 Murdock,O.J. 77 yd pass from Garrison,Mike (Kimbrough,Tyler kick blockd) 4th Quarter FHSU 07:59 Murdock,O.J. 9 yd pass from Garrison,Mike (Garrison,Mike pass failed) UNO 05:57 Ramsay,Jacob 26 yd field goal UNO 02:31 Konicek,Aaron 6 yd pass from Daniels,Jon (Ramsay,Jacob kick)

Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

FHSU 16 28-67 407 35-23-0 63-474 0-0 1--10 6-101 2-3 6-36.0 3-3 8-61 26:34 4 of 13 1 of 1 4-5

UNO 17 46-219 85 23-13-2 69-304 0-0 3-29 5-175 0-0 4-38.5 0-0 4-24 31:03 6 of 13 0 of 0 5-6

Punting Kosjer,Ethan TEAM Totals...

No. 5 1 6

Yds 204 12 216

All Returns Parker,Tim Brunner,Andy Smith,Ed Whitehill,Alex Blackwell,Seth Allison,Korey Totals...

Punts No Yds 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -10 1 -10

Field goal attempts Kimbrough,Tyler 3rd

Net 67 7 -7 67

Avg 40.8 12.0 36.0

Long 56 12 56

In20 0 0 0

Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 3 56 23 1 12 12 2 33 27 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 101 27

05:23

26 yds

Pittsburg State Fort Hays State

Passing Garrison,Mike Totals...

Att-Cmp-Int Yds 38-21-1 230 38-21-1 230

2 7 7

3 0 7

4 24 0

Score 38 21

Scoring Summary

1st Quarter FHSU 12:24 Murdock,O.J. 36 yd pass from Garrison,Mike (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) PSU 07:35 Smith,Jeff 1 yd run (Craig,Jake kick) 2nd Quarter PSU 08:41 Wilson,Briceton 1 yd run (Craig,Jake kick) FHSU 05:56 Murdock,O.J. 11 yd pass from Garrison,Mike (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) 3rd Quarter FHSU 04:00 Garrison,Mike 18 yd run (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) 4th Quarter PSU 14:22 Craig,Jake 34 yd field goal PSU 13:12 Isaac,Terrance 13 yd run (Craig,Jake kick) PSU 07:46 Dickey,Zac 30 yd run (Craig,Jake kick) PSU 01:44 Dickey,Zac 13 yd run (Craig,Jake kick)

Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

PSU 18 48-271 72 17-10-2 65-343 0-0 1-6 4-84 1-30 4-44.5 0-0 7-47 32:28 6 of 13 1 of 1 5-6

FHSU 19 30-100 230 38-21-1 68-330 0-0 2-23 5-110 2-16 3-31.0 1-0 1-5 27:32 4 of 14 1 of 4 2-3

Receiving Walker,James Murdock,O.J. Gadwood,Beau Williams,Chris Smith,Ed Totals...

TD Long Sack 3 77 3 3 77 3 Long 77 65 30 14 10 7 77

No 10 20 30

1 7 7

TB 0 0 0

Rushing Franklin III,Ja Terrell,Levi Torneden,C. Teigland,John Daniels,Jon Totals...

No 13 19 3 6 5 46

Passing Teigland,John Daniels,Jon Totals...

Att-Cmp-Int 18-9-2 5-4-0 23-13-2

Receiving Coleman,Justin Higgins,Mike Parker,Marques Franklin III,Ja Terrell,Levi Miller,Brian Konicek,Aaron Daniels,Jon Totals...

Gain 101 84 62 18 2 267

No. 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 13

Loss 8 3 0 11 26 48

Net 93 81 62 7 -24 219

Yds 82 3 85

Yds 24 24 10 7 12 12 6 -10 85

TD 0 1 1 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

Intercept No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 3

Punting No. Yds Avg Long Schlautman,Jaso 4 154 38.5 52 Totals... 4 154 38.5 52

Good

Field goal attempts Ramsay,Jacob 2nd Ramsay,Jacob 3rd Ramsay,Jacob 4th

All Returns Parker,Marques Overstreet,Ado Torneden,C. Totals...

Punts No Yds 0 0 3 29 0 0 3 29

Lg 0 15 0 15

TD 1 0 1 1 0 3

Long Sack 15 1 6 0 15 1 Long 12 15 9 6 12 12 6 0 15 In20 3 3

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 1 21 21 0 0 0 4 154 92 5 175 92

12:21 14:13 05:57

Lg Avg 39 7.2 14 4.3 34 20.7 8 1.2 2 -4.8 39 4.8

48 yds 40 yds 26 yds

TB 0 0

Intercept No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Good Missed Good

Pittsburg State Gain 70 52 122

No. 10 5 4 1 1 21

Loss 15 7 22

Yds 81 79 46 23 1 230

Net 55 45 100

TD 0 2 0 0 0 2

No. Yds Avg Long 4 178 44.5 55 4 178 44.5 55

All Returns Walker,Michael Conner,Cody Allison,Korey Parker,Tim Totals...

Punts No Yds 0 0 2 23 0 0 0 0 2 23

Lg 0 23 0 0 23

TD 1 0 1

Long 23 36 25 23 1 36

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 65 42 2 45 25 5 110 42

02:07

Lg Avg 19 5.5 9 2.2 19 3.3

TD Long Sack 2 36 3 2 36 3

Punting Witter,Jared Totals...

Field goal attempts Kimbrough,Tyler 1st

Lg Avg 19 4.8 3 2.3 10 -0.6 19 2.4

TD 2 0 0 0 0 1 3

Rushing Garrison,Mike Walker,James Totals...

38 21

TD 1 0 0 1

Yds 208 110 52 20 10 7 407

Fort Hays State

Score by Quarters Pittsburg State (4-4, 2-4) Fort Hays State (3-5, 1-5)

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No. 9 7 3 2 1 1 23

Loss 4 0 29 33

Game 8 Oct. 23, 2010 - Lewis Field Stadium - Hays, Kan.

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Receiving Murdock,O.J. Walker,James Scales,Cordarol Jacques,Ricky Gadwood,Beau Williams,Chris Totals...

Nebraska-Omaha Gain 71 7 22 100

29 yds

In20 1 1

TB 0 0

Intercept No Yds Lg 1 16 16 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 16 16 Missed

Rushing Dickey,Zac Smith,Jeff Thomas,Jon Isaac,Terrance Wilson,Briceton Clemons,Cardell TEAM Totals...

No 14 9 3 13 5 1 3 48

Passing Smith,Jeff Dickey,Zac Totals...

Att-Cmp-Int 14-8-2 3-2-0 17-10-2

Receiving Thomas,Jon Fisher,Derek Isaac,Terrance Clemons,Cardell Holt,Ryan Totals...

Gain 125 46 44 46 16 4 0 281

No. 3 3 2 1 1 10

Loss 0 1 0 6 0 0 3 10

Net 125 45 44 40 16 4 -3 271

Yds 60 12 72

Yds 38 17 5 8 4 72

TD 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0

Punting Witter,Jared Totals...

No. Yds Avg Long 4 178 44.5 55 4 178 44.5 55

All Returns Thomas,Jon McKinnis,Gage Kuhlman,Alex Totals...

Punts No Yds 0 0 0 0 1 6 1 6

Field goal attempts Craig,Jake 4th

Lg 0 0 0 0

TD 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 5

Long Sack 19 0 7 0 19 0 Long 19 7 7 8 4 19

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 3 57 39 1 27 27 0 0 0 4 84 39

14:22

34 yds

Lg Avg 30 8.9 13 5.0 22 14.7 13 3.1 6 3.2 4 4.0 0 -1.0 30 5.6

In20 1 1

TB 0 0

Intercept No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 30 30 1 30 30 Good


2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Fort Hays State

Fort Hays State 27 #4 NW Missouri State 45

Rushing Walker,James Garrison,Mike Jacques,Ricky Totals...

No 20 12 3 35

Passing Garrison,Mike Walker,James Totals...

Att-Cmp-Int 28-41-0 0-1-0 28-42-0

Oct. 30, 2010 - Bearcat Stadium - Maryville, Mo. Score by Quarters 1 Fort Hays State (3-6, 1-6) 3 NW Missouri State (7-1, 7-0) 7

2 12 17

3 0 14

4 12 7

Score 27 45

Scoring Summary

NWMSU 27 45-173 382 40-25-1 85-555 0-0 2-12 3-23 0-0 2-44.0 1-1 5-47 29:06 11 of 16 0 of 1 5-5

Yds 49 43 177 52 30 11 9 371

TD 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 3

Punts All Returns No Yds Parker,Tim 0 0 Conner,Cody 1 4 Mayberry,Damian 0 0 Smith,Ed 0 0 Totals... 1 4

Lg 0 4 0 0 4

Field goal attempts Kimbrough,Tyler 1st

04:22

Passing Garrison,Mike Totals...

Att-Cmp-Int Yds 27-50-3 415 27-50-3 415

Score 41 31

Scoring Summary

MSSU 07:18 4th Quarter FHSU 11:58 MSSU 10:01 MSSU 06:47

Howard,Collin 1 yd run (Herndon,Dallas kick) Kimbrough,Tyler 18 yd field goal Walker,James 1 yd run (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) Herndon,Dallas 35 yd field goal Threat,Ne'Ronte 21 yd pass from McDonald,B. (Herndon,Dallas kick) Gedward,Cornell 1 yd run (Herndon,Dallas kick)

Walker,James 1 yd run (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) Herndon,Dallas 21 yd field goal Threat,Ne'Ronte 19 yd pass from Howard,C. (Herndon,Dallas kick) FHSU 03:28 Scales,Cordarol 45 yd pass from Garrison,Mike (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) MSSU 01:18 Gedward,Cornell 6 yd run (Herndon,Dallas kick) FHSU 00:20 Williams,Chris 46 yd pass from Garrison,Mike (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) FHSU 22 25-114 415 50-27-3 75-529 0-0 2-3 4-133 0-0 4-49.2 2-0 4-39 24:13 7 of 16 2 of 3 3-3

Receiving Williams,Chris Walker,James Scales,Cordarol Murdock,O.J. Gadwood,Beau Mercer,Robert Jacques,Ricky Totals... Punting Kosjer,Ethan Totals...

Net 73 66 22 9 5 -2 173

Yds 361 21 382

Yds 131 99 86 14 13 11 12 10 6 382

TD 2 0 2 TD 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

Punting Stadler,Michael Totals...

No. Yds Avg Long 2 88 44.0 45 2 88 44.0 45

All Returns Shaw,Tyler Simmons,Jordan Eiken,Justin Totals...

Punts No Yds 0 0 1 5 1 7 2 12

Lg 0 5 7 7

TD 1 1 0 0 2 0 4

Long Sack 82 3 10 0 82 3 Long 82 66 28 9 7 8 12 10 6 82 In20 0 0

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 1 13 13 2 10 6 0 0 0 3 23 13

08:21

Lg Avg 15 5.2 12 4.4 18 5.5 4 4.5 11 0.6 0 -1.0 18 3.8

28 yds

TB 0 0

Intercept No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Good

Missouri Southern Gain 67 61 5 133

No. 7 7 5 4 2 1 1 27

Loss 5 14 0 19

Yds 99 36 129 67 61 19 4 415

Net 62 47 5 114

TD 2 0 0 2

TD Long Sack 2 49 3 2 49 3 TD 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2

Long 46 10 45 27 49 19 4 49

No. Yds Avg Long 4 197 49.2 60 4 197 49.2 60

Punts All Returns No Yds Conner,Cody 2 3 Parker,Tim 0 0 Mayberry,Damian 0 0 Totals... 2 3

Lg 2 0 0 2

Field goal attempts Herndon,Dallas 2nd Herndon,Dallas 4th

00:00 10:01

Lg Avg 48 5.6 15 4.7 4 1.2 48 4.6

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 1 20 20 1 64 64 2 49 28 4 133 64 35 yds 21 yds

In20 1 1

TB 1 1

Intercept No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Good Good

Rushing Gedward,Cornell Threat,Ne'Ronte Jackson,Mortez Cox,Kellen TEAM Howard,Collin Totals...

No 30 3 1 1 1 13 49

Passing Howard,Collin Pearl,Ed McDonald,Blake Totals...

Att-Cmp-Int 18-28-0 1-1-0 1-1-0 20-30-0

Receiving Threat,Ne'Ronte Wood,D'Angelo Lepper,Austin Botts,Eric Cox,Kellen Gedward,Cornell Totals...

Gain 140 13 5 3 0 20 181

No. 10 5 2 1 1 1 20

Loss 6 1 0 0 2 33 42

Net 134 12 5 3 -2 -13 139

Yds 328 29 21 378

Yds 225 75 12 31 24 11 378

TD 1 0 1 2 TD 2 0 0 0 0 0 2

Punting Krause,Mark Totals...

No. Yds Avg Long 4 164 41.0 60 4 164 41.0 60

All Returns Threat,Ne'Ronte Cox,Kellen Vandiver,Skyler Langill,Scott Woodard,Josh Totals...

Punts No Yds 0 0 1 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 14

Field goal attempts Herndon,Dallas 2nd Herndon,Dallas 4th

Lg 0 14 0 0 0 14

TD 2 0 0 0 0 1 3

Long Sack 71 5 29 0 21 0 71 5 Long 71 29 10 31 24 11 71

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 1 41 41 1 22 22 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 63 41

00:00 10:01

35 yds 21 yds

Lg Avg 15 4.5 7 4.0 5 5.0 3 3.0 0 -2.0 11 -1.0 15 2.8

In20 0 0

TB 0 0

Intercept No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 41 41 1 0 0 1 2 0 3 43 41 Good Good

HISTORY

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

MSSU 22 49-139 378 30-20-0 79-517 0-0 1-14 2-63 3-43 4-41.0 2-0 1-5 35:27 9 of 17 0 of 3 6-7

Att-Cmp-Int 22-36-0 3-4-1 25-40-1 No. 6 5 5 2 2 2 1 1 1 25

Loss 0 2 1 0 14 2 19

RECORDS

Team Stats

Good

Passing Bolles,Blake Christopher,B. Totals... Receiving Baker,Josh Shaw,Tyler Soy,Jake Utter,Clint Hinchey,John Simmons,Jordan Austin,Kelvin Defeo,Vincent Eiken,Justin Totals...

Gain 73 68 23 9 19 0 192

THE MIAA

1st Quarter MSSU 01:13 2nd Quarter FHSU 10:00 FHSU 04:24 MSSU 00:00 3rd Quarter MSSU 11:11

Intercept No Yds Lg 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

No 14 15 4 2 8 2 45

REVIEW

Missouri Southern 41 Fort Hays State 31 4 17 21

TB 2 2

Rushing Austin,Kelvin Simmons,Jordan Moore,Clint Baker,Josh Bolles,Blake TEAM Totals...

Field goal attempts Adolf,Todd 2nd

No 11 10 4 25

3 14 0

In20 0 0

39 yds

Rushing Walker,James Garrison,Mike Jacques,Ricky Totals...

2 3 10

Long 12 13 60 22 13 11 9 60

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 33 18 5 67 25 7 100 25

Fort Hays State

Score by Quarters 1 Missouri Southern (4-6, 2-6) 7 Fort Hays State (3-7, 1-7) 0

Long Sack 60 4 0 0 60 4

No. Yds Avg Long 5 243 48.6 61 5 243 48.6 61

Game 10 Nov. 6, 2010 - Lewis Field Stadium - Hays, Kan.

TD 3 0 3

Lg Avg 12 3.7 22 4.2 5 3.3 22 3.8

OPPONENTS

FHSU 27 35-133 371 42-28-0 77-504 0-0 1-4 7-100 1-0 5-48.6 2-1 6-50 30:54 6 of 13 0 of 1 4-4

Yds 371 0 371

TD 1 0 0 1

PLAYERS

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

Punting Kosjer,Ethan Totals...

No. 7 7 6 3 3 1 1 28

Net 73 50 10 133

COACHES

Team Stats

Receiving Williams,Chris Walker,James Murdock,O.J. Mercer,Robert Scales,Cordarol Jacques,Ricky Gadwood,Beau Totals...

Loss 0 28 0 28

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

1st Quarter NWM 08:47 Simmons,Jordan 11 yd run (Adolf,Todd kick) FHSU 04:22 Kimbrough,Tyler 39 yd field goal 2nd Quarter NWM 12:59 Soy,Jake 28 yd pass from Bolles,Blake (Adolf,Todd kick) NWM 08:21 Adolf,Todd 28 yd field goal NWM 06:36 Baker,Josh 82 yd pass from Bolles,Blake (Adolf,Todd kick) FHSU 02:07 Scales,Cordarol 8 yd pass from Garrison,Mike (Kimbrough,Tyler kick blockd) FHSU 00:54 Murdock,O.J. 56 yd pass from Garrison,Mike (Kimbrough,Tyler kick blockd) 3rd Quarter NWM 10:40 Bolles,Blake 1 yd run (Adolf,Todd kick) NWM 03:50 Bolles,Blake 5 yd run (Adolf,Todd kick) 4th Quarter FHSU 14:29 Walker,James 1 yd run (Kimbrough,Tyler kick blockd) NWM 08:04 Austin,Kelvin 7 yd run (Adolf,Todd kick) FHSU 00:53 Walker,James 2 yd pass from Garrison,Mike (Garrison,Mike pass failed)

Northwest Missouri State Gain 73 78 10 161

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Fort Hays State Missouri Western

Rushing Walker,James Glenn,Justin Jacques,Ricky TEAM Garrison,Mike Totals...

No 17 1 3 1 8 30

Passing Garrison,Mike Totals...

Att-Cmp-Int Yds 36-64-4 435 36-64-4 435

21 48

Nov. 13, 2010 - Spratt Stadium - St.Joseph, Mo. Score by Quarters 1 Fort Hays State (3-8, 1-8) 0 Missouri Western (8-3, 6-3) 28

2 7 10

3 7 10

4 7 0

Score 21 48

Scoring Summary

1st Quarter MWSU 14:45 Fannin,TJ 100 yd kickoff return (Beckwith,Brad kick) MWSU 11:21 Hodges,Thomas 1 yd run (Beckwith,Brad kick) MWSU 07:28 Newhart,Drew 4 yd run (Beckwith,Brad kick) MWSU 02:01 Burrell,Nic 14 yd fumble recovery (Beckwith,Brad kick) 2nd Quarter MWSU 08:38 Mead,Andrew 52 yd pass from Newhart,Drew (Beckwith,Brad kick) FHSU 03:52 Walker,James 1 yd run (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) MWSU 00:00 Beckwith,Brad 56 yd field goal 3rd Quarter MWSU 09:57 Beckwith,Brad 49 yd field goal MWSU 06:48 Fannin,TJ 31 yd pass from Newhart,Drew (Beckwith,Brad kick) FHSU 03:43 Walker,James 1 yd run (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) 4th Quarter MWSU 14:45 Fannin,TJ 100 yd kickoff return (Beckwith,Brad FHSU 00:17 Murdock,O.J. 6 yd pass from Garrison,Mike (Kimbrough,Tyler kick)

Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YARDS (NET) Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yard Punt returns: Number-Yards Kickoff returns: Number-Yds Interceptions: Number-Yds Punts (Number-Avg) Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

FHSU 27 30-118 435 36-64-4 94-553 0-0 0-0 4-58 1-43 3-43.0 35:06 6 of 20 5 of 8 3-5

Receiving Murdock,O.J. Gadwood,Beau Scales,Cordarol Williams,Chris Walker,James Conner,Cody Totals... Punting Kosjer,Ethan Totals...

No. 10 8 7 6 4 1 36 No. 3 3

Missouri Southern Gain 127 31 12 0 9 179

Loss 7 0 0 18 36 61

Yds 168 112 80 46 24 5 435

Field goal attempts Kimbrough,Tyler 1st

MWSU 17 33-126 200 15-23-1 56-326 1-14 3-52 3-149 4-59 3-32.0 24:54 4 of 10 0 of 0 2-2

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TD 2 0 0 0 0 2

Avg 43.0 43.0

Long 48 28 18 17 13 5 48 Long In20 TB 53 0 0 53 0 0

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 0 0 0 3 53 20 1 5 5 4 58 20

03:41

Lg Avg 49 7.1 31 31.0 7 4.0 0 -18.0 5 -3.4 49 3.9

TD Long Sack 1 48 5 1 48 5

TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

Yds 129 129

Punts All Returns No Yds Lg Blackwell,Seth 0 0 0 Mayberry,Damian 0 0 0 Allison,Korey 0 0 0 Totals... 0 0 0

Net 120 31 12 -18 -27 118

48 yds

Intercept No Yds Lg 1 43 43 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 43 43 Missed

Rushing Hodges,Thomas Krysa,Dalton Hill,Michael Partridge,Travi Newhart,Drew TEAM Totals...

No 9 10 7 3 3 1 33

Passing Newhart,Drew Partridge,Travi Totals...

Att-Cmp-Int 15-22-1 0-1-0 15-23-1

Receiving Fannin,TJ Clausen,Adam Mead,Andrew Downing,Terrell Hodges,Thomas Hill,Michael Totals...

Gain 45 41 38 6 9 0 139

No. 4 4 3 2 1 1 15

Punting No. Schmiemeier,Joh 2 Newhart,Drew 1 Totals... 3 All Returns Fannin,TJ Downing,Terrell Burrell,Nic Bass,David Long,Jack Davis,Kendall Totals...

Yds 76 20 96

Punts No Yds 0 0 3 52 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 52

Loss 3 1 2 0 5 2 13

Yds 200 0 200

TD 1 0 0 0 1 0 2

TD 2 0 2

Lg Avg 23 4.7 12 4.0 25 5.1 3 2.0 5 1.3 0 -2.0 25 3.8

Long Sack 52 0 0 0 52 0

Yds 78 13 80 21 5 3 200

TD 1 0 1 0 0 0 2

Long 31 17 52 12 5 3 52

Avg 38.0 20.0 32.0

Long 39 20 39

In20 2 0 2

Lg 0 48 0 0 0 0 48

Field goal attempts Beckwith,Brad 2nd 14:09 Beckwith,Brad 2nd 00:00 Beckwith,Brad 3rd 09:57

Net 42 40 36 6 4 -2 126

TB 0 0 0

Kickoffs Intercept No Yds Lg No Yds Lg 2 141 100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 0 0 0 1 23 23 0 0 0 2 34 34 3 149 100 4 59 34 46 yds 56 yds 49 yds

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W 9 8 6 6 5 3 3 2 2 1

x-(3) NW Missouri State (5) Central Missouri (24) Missouri Western Washburn Nebraska-Omaha Pittsburg State Emporia State Missouri Southern Truman Fort Hays State

L 0 1 3 3 4 6 6 7 7 8

PF 360 318 240 341 331 215 172 177 187 223

PA 181 209 222 240 292 257 283 262 309 309

Overall Pct. 1.000 0.889 0.667 0.667 0.556 0.333 0.333 0.222 0.222 0.111

W 12 11 8 8 5 6 5 4 4 3

L 2 3 4 4 6 6 6 7 7 8

PF 480 562 381 446 383 273 222 245 243 313

PA 289 390 267 317 362 289 297 269 352 352

MIAA POSTSEASON AWARDS Coach of the Year Mel Tjeerdsma, NWMSU

Pct. 0.857 0.786 0.667 0.667 0.455 0.500 0.455 0.364 0.364 0.273

Offensive Player of the Year Eric Czerniewski, Sr., QB, UCM Defensive Player of the Year Ryan Jones, Sr., DB, NWMSU Special Teams Player of the Year Steve Ivanisevic, Sr., K, Washburn

() = Rank in Final AFCA Division II Poll x = Clinched MIAA Championship

Freshman of the Year Nate Dreiling, LB, Pittsburg State

First Team All-MIAA Offense QB: Eric Czerniewski, Sr., UCM RB: Anthony Stewart, Sr., UCM RB: Vershon Moore, So., WU WR: Jamorris Warren, Sr., UCM WR: Jake Soy, Jr., NWMSU TE: DeMarco Cosby, Sr., UCM OL: Dennis Bergland, Sr., UNO* OL: Jason Wiseman, Sr., NWMSU OL: Dane Wardenburg, Sr., NWMSU OL: Brian Folkerts, Jr., WU OL: Harrison Lingenfelter, Sr., UNO K: Steve Ivanisevic, Sr., WU* KR/PR: Jordan Simmons, So.,NWMSU *=Unanimous Selection

First Team All-MIAA Defense DL: Daniel Webb, Sr., ESU DL: Brandon Williams, So., MSSU DL: Jacob Crossman, Sr., FHSU DL: Roberto Davis, Sr., NWMSU DL: Josh Lorenson, Jr., NWMSU LB: Chad Kilgore, Jr., NWMSU LB: Willie Horn, Sr., NWMSU LB: Sean Whiters, Sr., MWSU DB: Ryan Jones, Sr., NWMSU* DB: Marlon Douglas, Jr., UCM DB: Jack Long, Jr., MWSU DB: Michael Elliott, Jr., TSU P: Jared Witter, Sr., PSU *=Unanimous Selection

Second Team All-MIAA Offense QB: Blake Bolles, Sr., NWMSU RB: Levi Terrell, So., UNO RB: James Walker, Sr., FHSU WR: Joe Hastings, Sr., WU WR: O.J. Murdock, Sr., FHSU TE: Mike Higgins, Sr., UNO OL: Mark Chestnut, Sr., PSU OL: Ty Lewis, Sr., WU OL: Brett Grozinger, Sr., NWMSU OL: Logan Freeman, So., UCM OL: Ian Sexton, Jr., MSSU K: Aaron Jamieson, So., UCM KR/PR: Terrell Downing, So., MWSU

Second Team All-MIAA Defense DL: P.J. South, Sr., UCM DL: David Bass, So., MWSU DL: Ryan Ploesser, Sr., TSU DL: Dakota Palan-Johnson, Jr., WU LB: Nate Dreiling, Fr., PSU LB: Marty Pfannenstiel, Jr., WU LB: Nathan Linsey, Sr., ESU DB: Pierre Desir, So., WU DB: Derek Lohmann, So., ESU DB: Justin Cowper, Sr., MSSU DB: Justin Welch, Sr., NWMSU DB: Alex Kuhlman, Sr., PSU P: Michael Stadler, Sr., NWMSU

Honorable Mention All-MIAA Central Missouri: Adam Parks, Sr., WR/PR; Brent Boehringer, Sr., FB; Darius Henderson, Sr., OL; Deonte McDonald, Jr., DL; Cody Scribner, Sr., LB; Deonte Ball, Sr., DB Emporia State: Shjuan Richardson, So., WR; Ben McKaig, Jr., OL; Jordan Godberson, Jr., OL; Matt Rosenhamer, Jr., LB; Chris Woods, Sr., DB; Tyler Chilson, Jr., P; Derwin Hall, So., KR/PR Fort Hays State: Mike Garrison, Sr., QB; Cordarol Scales, Sr., WR; Beau Gadwood, Sr., TE; Alex Whitehill, Jr., LB Missouri Southern: Cornell Gedward, So., RB; Landon Zerkel, So., WR; Kenny Smith, So., DL; Dusty Bratzler, Sr., LB; Skyler Vandiver, Sr., DB; Ne’Ronte Threatt, So., KR/ PR Missouri Western: Drew Newhart, Sr., QB; Michael Hill, So., RB; Andrew Mead, Sr., WR; Shane Simpson, So., DB; Kendall Davis, Sr., DB; Brad Beckwith, Sr., K Nebraska-Omaha: James Franklin III, Fr., RB; Justin Sindelar, Sr., DL; Kevin Ehlers, Sr., DL; Shaquil Barrett, Fr., LB Northwest Missouri: Kelvin Austin, Sr., RB; Josh Baker, Sr., TE; Shayne Shade, Sr., DL; Billy Baudler, Sr., LB; Aldwin FosterRettig, Sr., DB; Todd Adolf, So., K Pittsburg State: Terrance Isaac, Sr., RB; Dustin Wiley, Sr., OL; Spencer Worthington, Jr., DL; Gus Toca, So., DL; Johnny Row, Sr., LB; Chas Smith, So., DB Truman: Dallas Grier, Fr., WR; Dan Tweeton, Jr., OL; Patrick Blackwell, So., DL; Adam Reynolds, Jr., LB; Anthony Freeman, Sr., LB; Tremaine Millender, So., DB Washburn: Dane Simoneau, Jr., QB; Brad Haug, Sr., FB; Otis Jones, Sr., OL; Jahmil Taylor, So., LB; Michael Wilhoite, Sr., DB; Austin Hills, Sr., P

MIAA INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Total Offense 1. Czerniewski,Eri-UCM 2. Garrison,Mike-FHSU 3. Bolles,Blake-NWMSU 4. Simoneau,Dane-WU 5. Newhart,Drew-MWSU 6. Howard,Collin-MSSU 7. Davis,Phillip-TSU 8. Teigland,John-UNO 9. Dickey,Zac-PSU 10. Eckenrode,Tyler-ESU

Class Sr Sr Sr Jr Sr Jr Sr So Jr So

Rushing 1. Moore,Vershon-WU 2. Terell,Levi-UNO 3. Isaac,Terrance-PSU 4. Walker,James-FHSU 5. Stewart,Anthony-UCM 6. Gedward,Cornell-MSSU 7. Davis,Phillip-TSU 8. Dickey,Zac-PSU 9. Franklin III,Ja-UNO 10. Wilson,Briceton-PSU

Class So So Sr Sr Sr So Sr Jr Fr So

Games 14 11 14 12 12 11 11 11 12 9

Rush -4 447 248 -26 -36 244 831 74 901 181

Games 10 10 12 11 14 11 11 12 11 11

Pass 5207 3513 3846 3459 2799 2196 1502 1870 992 1158 Att 181 162 183 176 206 146 163 144 158 120

Yds 1007 960 1008 857 1084 849 831 901 766 670

Plays 719 533 565 397 428 433 386 255 332 260 Avg 5.6 5.9 5.5 4.9 5.3 5.8 5.1 6.3 4.8 5.6

Total 5203 3960 4094 3433 2763 2440 2333 1944 1893 1339 TD 11 8 11 9 15 3 6 7 10 7

Yds/G 371.6 360.0 292.4 286.1 230.2 221.8 212.1 176.7 157.8 148.8

Passing 1. Czerniewski,Eri-UCM 2. Garrison,Mike-FHSU 3. Simoneau,Dane-WU 4. Bolles,Blake-NWMSU 5. Newhart,Drew-MWSU 6. Howard,Collin-MSSU 7. Teigland,John-UNO 8. Davis,Phillip-TSU 9. Eckenrode,Tyler-ESU 10. Dickey,Zac-PSU

Class Sr Sr Jr Sr Sr Jr So Sr So Jr

Games 14 11 12 14 12 11 11 11 9 12

Cmp 447 250 223 289 222 167 129 115 91 91

Att 670 420 374 459 361 308 198 223 191 188

Int 15 12 12 11 9 14 8 6 8 4

Pct. 66.7 59.5 59.6 63.0 61.5 54.2 65.2 51.6 47.6 48.4

Yds. 5207 3513 3459 3846 2799 2196 1870 1502 1158 992

TD 46 25 33 30 25 11 16 8 12 6

Avg/G 371.9 319.4 288.2 274.7 233.2 199.6 170.0 136.5 128.7 82.7

Long Avg/G 74 100.7 54 96.0 42 84.0 49 77.9 47 77.4 96 77.2 66 75.5 47 75.1 39 69.6 32 60.9

Pass Efficiency 1. Teigland,John-UNO 2. Simoneau,Dane-WU 3. Czerniewski,Eri-UCM 4. Bolles,Blake-NWMSU 5. Newhart,Drew-MWSU 6. Garrison,Mike-FHSU 7. Howard,Collin-MSSU 8. Davis,Phillip-TSU 9. Eckenrode,Tyler-ESU 10. Dickey,Zac-PSU

Class So Jr Sr Sr Sr Sr Jr Sr So Jr

Games Cmp 11 129 12 223 14 447 14 289 12 222 11 250 11 167 11 115 9 91 12 91

Att 198 374 670 459 361 420 308 223 191 188

Int 8 12 15 11 9 12 14 6 8 4

Pct 65.2 59.6 66.7 63.0 61.5 59.5 54.2 51.6 47.6 48.4

Yds 1870 3459 5207 3846 2799 3513 2196 1502 1158 992

TD 16 33 46 30 25 25 11 8 12 6

Eff 163.1 160.0 150.2 150.1 144.5 143.7 116.8 114.6 110.9 99.0

Receptions/Game 1. Warren,Jamorris-UCM 2. Hastings,Joe-WU 3. Soy,Jake-NWMSU 4. Stewart,Anthony-UCM 5. Zerkel,Landon-MSSU 6. Walker,James-FHSU 7. Murdock,O.J.-FHSU 8. Threat,Ne’Ronte-MSSU 9. Mead,Andrew-MWSU 10. Baker,Josh-NWMSU

Class Sr Sr Jr Sr So Sr Sr So Sr Sr

Games 14 12 14 14 9 11 11 11 12 13

Rec 109 87 83 81 52 61 60 59 62 66

Yds 1458 1546 1311 883 759 525 1290 763 852 838

TD 20 15 12 6 5 4 12 4 12 9

Long 68 74 75 71 43 65 80 71 73 82

Avg/C Rec/G 104.1 7.8 128.8 7.2 93.6 5.9 63.1 5.8 84.3 5.8 47.7 5.5 117.3 5.5 69.4 5.4 71.0 5.2 64.5 5.1


2010 MIAA INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Yds 1546 1290 1458 1311 759 852 763 970 838 883

TD 15 12 20 12 5 12 4 10 9 6

Long 74 80 68 75 43 73 71 50 82 71

Avg/C Yds/G 17.8 128.8 21.5 117.3 13.4 104.1 15.8 93.6 14.6 84.3 13.7 71.0 12.9 69.4 13.7 69.3 12.7 64.5 10.9 63.1

PAT Kicking Percentage 1. Ivanisevic,Stev-WU 2. Herndon,Dallas-MSSU 3. Adolf,Todd-NWMSU 4. Beckwith,Brad-MWSU 5. Ramsay,Jacob-UNO 6. Jamieson,Aaron-UCM 7. King,Zak-ESU 8. Kimbrough,Tyler-FHSU 9. Koon,Derek-TSU 10. Craig,Jake-PSU

Class Sr So So Sr Fr So Jr So Fr Fr

All Purpose Yards 1. Stewart,Anthony-UCM 2. Simmons,Jordan-NWMSU 3. Hastings,Joe-WU 4. Walker,James-FHSU 5. Murdock,O.J.-FHSU 6. Threat,Ne’Ronte-MSSU 7. Moore,Vershon-WU 8. Warren,Jamorris-UCM 9. Downing,Terrell-MWSU 10. Terell,Levi-UNO

Class Sr So Sr Sr Sr So So Sr So So

Games 14 14 12 11 11 11 10 14 12 10

Rush 1084 739 29 857 0 37 1007 100 35 960

Rcv 883 389 1546 525 1290 763 149 1458 580 51

PR 0 260 0 0 0 0 0 0 156 0

KR 230 510 0 0 76 472 0 15 459 0

Yds 2197 1911 1575 1382 1366 1272 1156 1573 1230 1011

Tackles 1. Dreiling,Nate-PSU 2. Whitehill,Alex-FHSU 3. Kilgore,Chad-NWMSU 4. Elliott,Michael-TSU 5. Smith,Chas-PSU 6. Kuhlman,Alex-PSU 7. Taylor,Jahmil-WU Pfannenstiel,Ma-WU 9. Barrett,Shaquil-UNO 10. Brawner,Jared-WU

Class Fr Jr Jr Jr So Sr So Jr Fr Sr

Games 12 11 14 11 12 11 12 12 11 11

Solo 73 56 51 50 61 36 50 48 51 37

Ast 87 62 73 41 38 54 41 43 31 42

Punt Return Average 1. Simmons,Jordan-NWMSU 2. Beard,DeJuan-WU 3. Parks,Adam-UCM

Class So Fr Sr

Games 14 10 14

Ret 17 17 31

Yds 260 201 233

TD 0 0 0

Long 78 37 34

Avg 15.3 11.8 7.5

Kick Return Average 1. Downing,Terrell-MWSU 2. Millender,T.-TSU 3. Threat,Ne’Ronte-MSSU 4. Fannin,TJ-MWSU 5. Hall,Derwin-ESU 6. Thomas,Jon-PSU 7. Simmons,Jordan-NWMSU 8. Harvey,Donald-TSU 9. Parker,Marques-UNO 10. Marousek,Jake-UNO

Class So So So So So Jr So Jr Jr Fr

Games 12 11 11 12 11 11 14 11 10 10

Ret 15 19 19 27 16 20 23 16 22 15

Yds 459 505 472 667 391 475 510 348 474 309

TD 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 63 96 43 100 85 51 34 55 45 46

Avg 30.6 26.6 24.8 24.7 24.4 23.8 22.2 21.8 21.5 20.6

Sacks 1. Williams,Brando-MSSU Crossman,Jacob-FHSU 3. Webb,Daniel-ESU Barrett,Shaquil-UNO 5. Bass,David-MWSU 6. Davis,Roberto-NWMSU 7. Blackwell,P.-TSU 8. Palan-Johnson,D-WU 9. Lorenson,Josh-NWMSU 10. Worthington,S.-PSU

Class So Sr Sr Fr So Sr So Jr Jr Sr

Games 11 11 11 11 12 14 11 12 14 12

Solo 8 8 8 8 7 6 6 7 4 4

Ast 2 2 1 1 0 2 2 0 3 2

Total 9.0 9.0 8.5 8.5 8.0 7.0 7.0 7.0 5.5 5.0

Avg/G 0.82 0.82 0.77 0.77 0.67 0.50 0.64 0.58 0.39 0.42

Punting 1. Kosjer,Ethan-FHSU 2. Witter,Jared-PSU 3. Stadler,Michael-NWMSU 4. Chilson,Tyler-ESU 5. Krause,Mark-MSSU 6. Jordan,Matt-UCM 7. Phillips,Eric-TSU

Class Jr Sr Sr Jr Fr So So

Games 11 12 14 11 11 14 11

Punt 42 60 53 64 48 51 64

Yds 1792 2517 2212 2586 1798 1872 2298

Long 61 65 67 60 80 75 52

Tackles For Loss 1. Dreiling,Nate-PSU 2. Crossman,Jacob-FHSU 3. Williams,Brando-MSSU 4. Webb,Daniel-ESU 5. Smith,Kenny-MSSU 6. Row,Johnny-PSU Palan-Johnson,D-WU 8. Barrett,Shaquil-UNO 9. McDonald,Deonte-UCM 10. Bass,David-MWSU

Class Fr Sr So Sr So Sr Jr Fr Jr So

Games 12 11 11 11 11 12 12 11 14 12

Solo 15 16 14 15 9 9 12 10 8 9

Ast 11 6 6 2 9 6 0 3 7 3

Total 20.5 19.0 17.0 16.0 13.5 12.0 12.0 11.5 11.5 10.5

Avg/G 1.71 1.73 1.55 1.45 1.23 1.00 1.00 1.05 0.82 0.88

Scoring 1. Soy,Jake, NWMSU 2. Ivanisevic,Steve, WU 3. Council,LaRon, NWMSU 4. Stewart,Anthony, UCM 5. Beckwith,Brad, MWSU 6. Houston,Cedric, MWSU 7. Zuerlein,Greg, UNO 8. Thompson,Daniel, MSSU 9. Rausa,Nathan, FHSU 10. Smart,Kevin, ESU

Class SO SR SR JR JR SR JR SR SR JR

Games 15 11 15 11 12 12 12 10 11 10

TD 27 0 23 16 0 16 0 12 0 11

XPT 0 52 0 0 55 0 40 0 45 0

FG 0 19 0 0 14 0 17 0 10 0

Scoring (TDs) 1. Stewart,Anthony-UCM 2. Warren,Jamorris-UCM 3. Moore,Vershon-WU 4. Hastings,Joe-WU 5. Walker,James-FHSU 6. Murdock,O.J.-FHSU 7. Mead,Andrew-MWSU 8. Simmons,Jordan-NWMSU 9. Baker,Josh-NWMSU 10. Isaac,Terrance-PSU

Class Sr Sr So Sr Sr Sr Sr So Sr Sr

Games 14 14 10 12 11 11 12 14 13 12

TD 21 21 13 15 13 12 12 13 12 11

2XP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Ret 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TB 9 4 5 2 3 4 2

Pts 162 109 138 96 97 96 91 72 75 68 PAT 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Avg 42.7 42.0 41.7 40.4 37.5 36.7 35.9

Pts/G 10.8 9.9 9.2 8.7 8.1 8.0 7.6 7.2 6.8 6.8 Pts Pts/G 128 9.1 126 9.0 78 7.8 90 7.5 78 7.1 72 6.5 72 6.0 78 5.6 72 5.5 66 5.5

Games 12 14 12 10 14 11 11 11 10 12

PATs 50-50 63-72 40-43 45-49 62-65 34-40 29-30 22-26 23-27 27-32

FGs 16-18 15-19 15-22 5-8 6-9 9-17 10-13 11-18 8-13 7-14

Pts 98 108 85 60 80 61 59 55 47 48

Pts/G 8.2 7.7 7.1 6.0 5.7 5.5 5.4 5.0 4.7 4.0

Field Goals 1. Ivanisevic,Stev-WU 2. Beckwith,Brad-MWSU 3. Jamieson,Aaron-UCM 4. Koon,Derek-TSU 5. Herndon,Dallas-MSSU 6. Kimbrough,Tyler-FHSU 7. King,Zak-ESU 8. Craig,Jake-PSU 9. Ramsay,Jacob-UNO 10. Adolf,Todd-NWMSU

Class Sr Sr So Fr So So Jr Fr Fr So

Games 12 12 14 11 11 11 10 12 10 14

FGs 16 15 15 11 10 9 8 7 5 6

FGA 18 22 19 18 13 17 13 14 8 9

Long 49 56 46 41 42 52 38 46 48 45

Pct 88.9 68.2 78.9 61.1 76.9 52.9 61.5 50.0 62.5 66.7

FG/G 1.33 1.25 1.07 1.00 0.91 0.82 0.80 0.58 0.50 0.43

Total 160 118 124 91 99 90 91 91 82 79

Avg/G 13.3 10.7 8.9 8.3 8.2 8.2 7.6 7.6 7.5 7.2

Fumbles Forced 1. Elliott,Michael-TSU Barrett,Shaquil-UNO 3. Foster-Rettig,A-NWMSU 4. Collier,Corderi-MSSU 5. Davis,Roberto-NWMSU 6. Pister,Ben-MWSU 7. Webb,Daniel-ESU Weaver,Tyrone-ESU 9. Dreiling,Nate-PSU Glades,Matt-MWSU

Class Jr Fr Sr Jr Sr So Sr So Fr Sr

Games 11 11 13 9 14 10 11 11 12 12

Num 3 3 3 2 3 2 2 2 2 2

Avg/G 0.27 0.27 0.23 0.22 0.21 0.20 0.18 0.18 0.17 0.17

Fumbles Recovered 1. Teer,Nick-MSSU 2. Elliott,Michael-TSU Reynolds,Adam-TSU Williams,A.J.-UNO Woodard,Josh-MSSU 6. Davis,Kendall-MWSU 7. Douglas,Marlon-UCM 8. Carter,Joe-UCM Patterson,Calvi-UCM 10. Gayden,Robert-TSU

Class Sr Jr Jr Sr Sr Sr Jr So Jr So

Games 11 11 11 11 11 12 13 14 14 9

Num 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1

Avg/G 0.27 0.18 0.18 0.18 0.18 0.17 0.15 0.14 0.14 0.11

Passes Defended 1. Jones,Ryan-NWMSU 2. Byrd,Terrence-TSU 3. Douglas,Marlon-UCM 4. Lohmann, Derek-ESU Kuhlman,Alex-PSU 6. Davis,Kendall-MWSU 7. Linsey,Nathan-ESU 8. Welch,Justin-NWMSU 9. Thompson,Ian-MWSU Desir,Pierre-WU

Class Sr Jr Jr So Sr Sr Sr Sr Sr So

Games 14 11 13 11 11 12 9 14 12 12

BrUp 12 9 11 7 10 7 7 10 7 4

Int 6 4 4 5 2 4 1 1 2 5

Total 18 13 15 12 12 11 8 11 9 9

Interceptions 1. Lohmann, Derek-ESU 2. Jones,Ryan-NWMSU 3. Desir,Pierre-WU 4. Byrd,Terrence-TSU 5. Davis,Kendall-MWSU 6. Douglas,Marlon-UCM 7. Stephens,Paul-UCM 8. Elliott,Michael-TSU Burgess,Wayne-ESU Parker,Tim-FHSU

Class So Sr So Jr Sr Jr Sr Jr Sr So

Games 11 14 12 11 12 13 14 11 11 11

No. 5 6 5 4 4 4 4 3 3 3

Yds 66 103 60 31 34 110 113 64 29 0

TD 0 2 0 0 0 2 2 1 1 0

Avg/G 1.29 1.18 1.15 1.09 1.09 0.92 0.89 0.79 0.75 0.75 Long Avg/G 62 0.45 36 0.43 31 0.42 27 0.36 34 0.33 32 0.31 61 0.29 43 0.27 29 0.27 0 0.27

RECORDS

Class Sr So Sr Fr So So So Fr Jr Fr

Pct 100.0 96.7 95.4 93.0 91.8 87.5 85.2 85.0 84.6 84.4

THE MIAA

Scoring (Kick) 1. Ivanisevic,Stev-WU 2. Jamieson,Aaron-UCM 3. Beckwith,Brad-MWSU 4. Ramsay,Jacob-UNO 5. Adolf,Todd-NWMSU 6. Kimbrough,Tyler-FHSU 7. Herndon,Dallas-MSSU 8. Koon,Derek-TSU 9. King,Zak-ESU 10. Craig,Jake-PSU

Att 50 30 65 43 49 72 27 40 26 32

REVIEW

Pass 6 20 2 15 4 12 12 2 9 0

50+ 11 18 9 11 6 5 4

Made 50 29 62 40 45 63 23 34 22 27

OPPONENTS

Rush 15 1 11 0 9 0 0 11 3 11

I20 8 18 16 20 10 12 19

Avg/G 156.9 136.5 131.2 125.6 124.2 115.6 115.6 112.4 102.5 101.1

Games 12 11 14 12 10 14 10 11 11 12

PLAYERS

Rec 87 60 109 83 52 62 59 71 66 81

COACHES

Games 12 11 14 14 9 12 11 14 13 14

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

Class Sr Sr Sr Jr So Sr So Sr Sr Sr

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Receiving Yards/Game 1. Hastings,Joe-WU 2. Murdock,O.J.-FHSU 3. Warren,Jamorris-UCM 4. Soy,Jake-NWMSU 5. Zerkel,Landon-MSSU 6. Mead,Andrew-MWSU 7. Threat,Ne’Ronte-MSSU 8. Cosby,DeMarco-UCM 9. Baker,Josh-NWMSU 10. Stewart,Anthony-UCM

HISTORY

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Scoring Offense 1. Central Missouri 2. Washburn 3. Nebraska-Omaha 4. Northwest Missouri 5. Missouri Western 6. Fort Hays State 7. Pittsburg State 8. Missouri Southern 9. Truman 10. Emporia State

Games 14 12 11 14 12 11 12 11 11 11

TD 75 57 53 66 48 42 37 31 30 29

XP 15 16 6 6 15 9 7 10 11 8

2XP 63 50 47 62 40 34 28 29 22 24

DXP 2 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0

FG 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

Saf 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 0

Pts 562 446 383 480 381 313 273 245 243 222

Avg 40.1 37.2 34.8 34.3 31.8 28.5 22.8 22.3 22.1 20.2

Total Defense 1. Missouri Southern 2. Northwest Missouri 3. Washburn 4. Emporia State 5. Pittsburg State 6. Missouri Western 7. Fort Hays State 8. Truman 9. Central Missouri 10. Nebraska-Omaha

Scoring Defense 1. Northwest Missouri 2. Missouri Western 3. Pittsburg State 4. Missouri Southern 5. Washburn 6. Emporia State 7. Central Missouri 8. Truman Fort Hays State 10. Nebraska-Omaha

Games 14 12 12 11 12 11 14 11 11 11

TD 37 36 36 33 43 41 53 48 45 48

XP 13 6 12 13 5 4 8 8 12 10

2XP 28 27 31 32 38 35 44 40 42 38

DXP 0 2 2 0 1 1 2 0 0 2

FG 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Saf 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 1

Pts 289 267 289 269 317 297 390 352 352 362

Avg 20.6 22.2 24.1 24.5 26.4 27.0 27.9 32.0 32.0 32.9

Kickoff Returns 1. Missouri Western 2. Nebraska-Omaha 3. Truman 4. Pittsburg State 5. Northwest Missouri 6. Missouri Southern 7. Emporia State 8. Central Missouri 9. Fort Hays State 10. Washburn

Pass Offense 1. Central Missouri 2. Fort Hays State 3. Washburn 4. Northwest Missouri 5. Missouri Western 6. Missouri Southern 7. Nebraska-Omaha 8. Truman 9. Emporia State 10. Pittsburg State

Games 14 11 12 14 12 11 11 11 11 12

Cmp 451 250 234 295 233 193 157 129 111 129

Att 678 423 396 470 385 353 254 269 240 274

Int 16 12 12 12 10 17 10 9 11 10

Pct 66.5 59.1 59.1 62.8 60.5 54.7 61.8 48.0 46.2 47.1

Yds 5311 3513 3590 3884 2944 2550 2191 1633 1383 1336

Avg 7.8 8.3 9.1 8.3 7.6 7.2 8.6 6.1 5.8 4.9

TD 47 25 34 30 27 14 19 8 13 6

Yds/G 379.4 319.4 299.2 277.4 245.3 231.8 199.2 148.5 125.7 111.3

Punting 1. Pittsburg State 2. Northwest Missouri 3. Emporia State 4. Missouri Southern 5. Nebraska-Omaha 6. Washburn 7. Truman 8. Fort Hays State 9. Central Missouri 10. Missouri Western

Games 12 14 11 11 11 12 11 11 14 12

No 60 61 68 50 39 44 66 45 53 51

Yds 2517 2428 2691 1836 1532 1680 2298 1804 1872 1790

Pass Defense 1. Missouri Western 2. Emporia State 3. Northwest Missouri 4. Washburn 5. Missouri Southern 6. Fort Hays State 7. Pittsburg State 8. Truman 9. Central Missouri 10. Nebraska-Omaha

Games 12 11 14 12 11 11 12 11 14 11

Att 188 198 261 232 175 205 220 202 272 227

Cmp 362 364 474 392 293 334 395 338 499 357

Int 22 19 15 9 9 12 12 8 14 7

Pct 51.9 54.4 55.1 59.2 59.7 61.4 55.7 59.8 54.5 63.6

Yds 2380 2257 3024 2597 2446 2508 2749 2662 3619 3060

Avg 6.6 6.2 6.4 6.6 8.3 7.5 7.0 7.9 7.3 8.6

TD 12 19 19 23 17 17 22 22 33 22

Yds/G 198.3 205.2 216.0 216.4 222.4 228.0 229.1 242.0 258.5 278.2

Turnover Margin 1. Missouri Western 2. Emporia State 3. Truman 4. Central Missouri 5. Nebraska-Omaha Missouri Southern 7. Northwest Missouri 8. Pittsburg State 9. Fort Hays State 1 Washburn

Games 12 11 11 14 11 11 14 12 11 12

Fum 7 7 12 11 8 14 4 3 4 13

Gained Int Total 22 29 19 26 8 20 14 25 7 15 9 23 15 19 12 15 12 16 9 22

Rushing Offense 1. Pittsburg State 2. Nebraska-Omaha 3. Truman 4. Emporia State 5. Washburn 6. Missouri Southern 7. Northwest Missouri 8. Fort Hays State 9. Missouri Western 10. Central Missouri

Games 12 11 11 11 12 11 14 11 12 14

Att 556 453 472 463 447 409 500 351 443 343

Yds 2956 2229 1933 1891 1934 1702 1998 1536 1523 1384

Avg 5.3 4.9 4.1 4.1 4.3 4.2 4.0 4.4 3.4 4.0

TD 29 28 20 12 20 15 31 17 18 23

Yds/G 246.3 202.6 175.7 171.9 161.2 154.7 142.7 139.6 126.9 98.9

Rushing Defense 1. Missouri Southern 2. Northwest Missouri 3. Pittsburg State 4. Washburn 5. Central Missouri 6. Truman 7. Emporia State 8. Fort Hays State 9. Nebraska-Omaha 10. Missouri Western

Games 11 14 12 12 14 11 11 11 11 12

Att 415 514 412 442 477 390 389 434 410 447

Yds 1342 1799 1591 1614 1932 1602 1650 1700 1819 2141

Avg 3.2 3.5 3.9 3.7 4.1 4.1 4.2 3.9 4.4 4.8

TD 11 16 12 18 16 24 19 25 23 20

Yds/G 122.0 128.5 132.6 134.5 138.0 145.6 150.0 154.5 165.4 178.4

Total Offense 1. Central Missouri 2. Washburn 3. Fort Hays State 4. Northwest Missouri 5. Nebraska-Omaha 6. Missouri Southern 7. Missouri Western 8. Pittsburg State 9. Truman 10. Emporia State

Games 14 12 11 14 11 11 12 12 11 11

Rush 1384 1934 1536 1998 2229 1702 1523 2956 1933 1891

Pass 5311 3590 3513 3884 2191 2550 2944 1336 1633 1383

Plays 1021 843 774 970 707 762 828 830 741 703

Yds 6695 5524 5049 5882 4420 4252 4467 4292 3566 3274

Avg/P TD 6.6 70 6.6 54 6.5 42 6.1 61 6.3 47 5.6 29 5.4 45 5.2 35 4.8 28 4.7 25

Yds/G 478.2 460.3 459.0 420.1 401.8 386.5 372.2 357.7 324.2 297.6

Punt Return Average 1. Missouri Southern 2. Northwest Missouri 3. Washburn 4. Missouri Western 5. Nebraska-Omaha 6. Pittsburg State 7. Truman 8. Central Missouri 9. Emporia State 10. Fort Hays State

Games 11 14 12 11 12 12 11 11 14 11

Rush 1342 1799 1614 1650 1591 2141 1700 1602 1932 1819

Pass 2446 3024 2597 2257 2749 2380 2508 2662 3619 3060

Games 12 11 11 12 14 11 11 14 11 12

Games 11 14 12 12 11 12 11 14 11 11

Plays 708 988 834 753 807 809 768 728 976 767

Ret 47 61 57 50 45 38 40 49 41 46

Yds 3788 4823 4211 3907 4340 4521 4208 4264 5551 4879

Yds 1241 1360 1213 1027 910 768 802 973 787 860

Avg/P 42.0 39.8 39.6 36.7 39.3 38.2 34.8 40.1 35.3 35.1

Avg/P TD 5.4 28 4.9 35 5.0 41 5.2 38 5.4 34 5.6 32 5.5 42 5.9 46 5.7 49 6.4 45 TD 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

Yds/G 344.4 344.5 350.9 355.2 361.7 376.8 382.5 387.6 396.5 443.5 Avg 26.4 22.3 21.3 20.5 20.2 20.2 20.0 19.9 19.2 18.7

Ret 138 104 269 66 65 156 146 209 170 212

Avg 2.3 1.7 4.0 1.3 1.7 3.5 2.2 4.6 3.2 4.2

TB 4 5 3 4 8 5 2 9 4 2

Net/P 38.3 36.5 34.7 33.8 33.5 32.4 32.0 31.4 30.6 30.2

Fum 9 8 12 11 7 8 11 9 8 16

Lost Int 10 11 9 16 10 17 12 10 12 12

Total 19 19 21 27 17 25 23 19 20 28

Margin +10 +7 -1 -2 -2 -2 -4 -4 -4 -6

Ret 11 22 25 15 17 25 13 32 19 14

Yds 168 308 287 168 164 223 99 237 96 51

TD 1 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 2 0

Per/G 0.83 0.64 -0.09 -0.14 -0.18 -0.18 -0.29 -0.33 -0.36 -0.50

Avg 15.3 14.0 11.5 11.2 9.6 8.9 7.6 7.4 5.1 3.6

Pass Efficiency 1. Washburn 2. Nebraska-Omaha 3. Central Missouri 4. Northwest Missouri 5. Missouri Western 6. Fort Hays State 7. Missouri Southern 8. Emporia State 9. Truman 10. Pittsburg State

Games 12 11 14 14 12 11 11 11 11 12

Cmp 234 157 451 295 233 250 193 111 129 129

Att 396 254 678 470 385 423 353 240 269 274

Int 12 10 16 12 10 12 17 11 9 10

Pct 59.1 61.8 66.5 62.8 60.5 59.1 54.7 46.3 48.0 47.1

Yds 3590 2191 5311 3884 2944 3513 2550 1383 1633 1336

TD 34 19 47 30 27 25 14 13 8 6

Effic 157.5 151.1 150.5 148.1 142.7 142.7 118.8 103.4 102.1 88.0

Pass Defense Efficiency 1. Missouri Western 2. Emporia State 3. Northwest Missouri 4. Pittsburg State 5. Washburn 6. Central Missouri 7. Fort Hays State 8. Truman 9. Missouri Southern 10. Nebraska-Omaha

Games 12 11 14 12 12 14 11 11 11 11

Cmp 188 198 261 220 232 272 205 202 175 227

Att 362 364 474 395 392 499 334 338 293 357

Int 22 19 15 12 9 14 12 8 9 7

Pct 51.9 54.4 55.1 55.7 59.2 54.5 61.4 59.8 59.7 63.6

Yds 2380 2257 3024 2749 2597 3619 2508 2662 2446 3060

TD 12 19 19 22 23 33 17 22 17 22

Effic 105.9 113.3 115.6 126.5 129.6 131.6 134.1 142.7 142.9 152.0


2010 MIAA TEAM STATISTICS

Games 11 11 11 11 12 12 12 11 14 14

Rush 73 79 87 100 88 104 93 98 113 101

Pass 101 109 100 106 120 113 125 131 126 151

Pen 9 13 26 10 14 11 21 10 16 26

Total 183 201 213 216 222 228 239 239 255 278

Third-Down Conversions 1. Washburn 2. Nebraska-Omaha 3. Central Missouri 4. Northwest Missouri 5. Truman 6. Pittsburg State 7. Fort Hays State 8. Missouri Western 9. Emporia State 10. Missouri Southern

Games 12 11 14 14 11 12 11 12 11 11

Conv 76 57 86 88 64 65 58 56 51 47

Att 160 124 190 197 167 171 154 157 153 144

Pct 47.5 46.0 45.3 44.7 38.3 38.0 37.7 35.7 33.3 32.6

Sacks By 1. Washburn 2. Central Missouri 3. Northwest Missouri 4. Truman 5. Missouri Southern Emporia State 7. Missouri Western Pittsburg State 9. Nebraska-Omaha 10. Fort Hays State

Games 12 14 14 11 11 11 12 12 11 11

Sacks 34 30 28 27 25 25 21 21 19 16

Yards 185 193 196 216 167 145 126 139 122 97

Opponent 3rd-Down Conv. 1. Pittsburg State 2. Truman 3. Northwest Missouri 4. Washburn 5. Emporia State 6. Missouri Western 7. Central Missouri 8. Missouri Southern 9. Nebraska-Omaha 10. Fort Hays State

Games 12 11 14 12 11 12 14 11 11 11

Conv 53 48 77 63 56 62 77 60 67 76

Att 165 142 215 174 154 165 204 155 147 159

Pct 32.1 33.8 35.8 36.2 36.4 37.6 37.7 38.7 45.6 47.8

Penalties 1. Missouri Western 2. Missouri Southern 3. Fort Hays State 4. Nebraska-Omaha 5. Pittsburg State 6. Truman 7. Northwest Missouri 8. Central Missouri 9. Washburn 10. Emporia State

Games 12 11 11 11 12 11 14 14 12 11

No 58 60 52 56 71 57 91 106 95 74

Yards 467 431 466 474 558 531 706 875 759 699

Avg/G 38.9 39.2 42.4 43.1 46.5 48.3 50.4 62.5 63.2 63.5

Sacks Against 1. Washburn 2. Nebraska-Omaha 3. Emporia State 4. Central Missouri Truman 6. Pittsburg State 7. Missouri Western 8. Missouri Southern 9. Fort Hays State 10. Northwest Missouri

Games 12 11 11 14 11 12 12 11 11 14

Sacks 12 13 15 16 16 20 29 30 32 35

Yards 92 79 88 137 56 109 218 232 171 232

Opponent Penalties 1. Emporia State 2. Central Missouri 3. Washburn 4. Missouri Western 5. Nebraska-Omaha 6. Truman 7. Missouri Southern 8. Northwest Missouri 9. Pittsburg State 10. Fort Hays State

Games 11 14 12 12 11 11 11 14 12 11

No 82 94 85 88 64 57 53 93 60 54

Yards 760 890 689 669 509 502 498 633 492 406

Avg/G 69.1 63.6 57.4 55.8 46.3 45.6 45.3 45.2 41.0 36.9

Field Goals 1. Washburn 2. Central Missouri 3. Missouri Southern 4. Missouri Western 5. Truman 6. Northwest Missouri Nebraska-Omaha 8. Emporia State 9. Fort Hays State 10. Pittsburg State

Games 12 14 11 12 11 14 11 11 11 12

Made 16 15 10 15 11 6 6 8 9 7

Att 18 19 13 22 18 10 10 14 17 14

Pct . 889 . 789 . 769 . 682 . 611 . 600 . 600 . 571 . 529 . 500

Fourth-Down Conversions 1. Nebraska-Omaha 2. Central Missouri 3. Northwest Missouri 4. Truman Fort Hays State 6. Missouri Western 7. Washburn 8. Pittsburg State 9. Missouri Southern 10. Emporia State

Games 11 14 14 11 11 12 12 12 11 11

Conv 9 14 15 7 14 8 5 8 7 4

Att 14 23 28 14 28 18 15 26 31 20

Pct 64.3 60.9 53.6 50.0 50.0 44.4 33.3 30.8 22.6 20.0

PAT Kicking 1. Washburn 2. Missouri Southern 3. Northwest Missouri 4. Missouri Western 5. Nebraska-Omaha 6. Central Missouri 7. Emporia State 8. Fort Hays State 9. Pittsburg State 10. Truman

Games 12 11 14 12 11 14 11 11 12 11

Made 50 29 62 40 47 63 24 34 28 22

Att 50 30 65 43 52 72 28 40 33 26

Pct 1.000 . 967 . 954 . 930 . 904 . 875 . 857 . 850 . 848 . 846

Opponent 4th-Down Conv. 1. Central Missouri 2. Emporia State 3. Truman 4. Nebraska-Omaha 5. Missouri Western 6. Pittsburg State 7. Washburn 8. Fort Hays State 9. Northwest Missouri 10. Missouri Southern

Games 14 11 11 11 12 12 12 11 14 11

Conv 8 6 10 9 10 8 13 7 16 9

Att 29 20 28 24 25 19 30 16 32 16

Pct 27.6 30.0 35.7 37.5 40.0 42.1 43.3 43.8 50.0 56.2

Time Of Possession 1. Truman 2. Nebraska-Omaha 3. Central Missouri 4. Missouri Western 5. Pittsburg State 6. Missouri Southern 7. Emporia State 8. Washburn 9. Fort Hays State 10. Northwest Missouri

Games 11 11 14 12 12 11 11 12 11 14

Total Time 349:30 343:37 430:33 364:24 362:08 331:38 331:05 347:48 313:40 388:10

Avg/G 31:46 31:14 30:45 30:22 30:10 30:08 30:05 28:59 28:30 27:43

RedZone 47-53 47-54 65-76 44-52 33-39 45-55 36-45 27-37 22-31 26-40

Pct 88.7 87.0 85.5 84.6 84.6 81.8 80.0 73.0 71.0 65.0

TD 34 35 50 39 27 41 25 21 15 18

R/P 16-18 17-18 17-33 26-13 15-12 27-14 19-6 18-3 10-5 12-6

FG 13-14 12-13 15-17 5-8 6-8 4-6 11-17 6-7 7-11 8-11

Turnovers 2 5 4 2 3 4 2 3 1 7

Kickoff Coverage 1. Central Missouri 2. Northwest Missouri 3. Washburn 4. Missouri Western 5. Pittsburg State 6. Emporia State 7. Fort Hays State 8. Missouri Southern 9. Truman 10. Nebraska-Omaha

Games 14 14 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 11

Pct 66.7 70.0 73.2 78.9 79.1 84.1 85.3 85.7 86.0 93.2

No 102 84 84 73 51 46 60 51 50 70

TD 23 29 22 18 32 30 24 29 25 32

R/P 15-8 15-14 9-13 10-8 16-16 19-11 12-12 20-9 13-12 24-8

Yds 6330 5216 5066 4385 3141 2757 3414 2760 2765 3883

FG 3-4 6-10 8-12 12-14 2-5 7-8 5-7 7-9 12-15 9-10

Avg 62.1 62.1 60.3 60.1 61.6 59.9 56.9 54.1 55.3 55.5

Turnovers 6 6 5 4 1 4 0 3 1 0

Retn 1373 1347 1122 1177 838 923 1001 798 786 1298

TB 23 9 15 6 13 3 8 3 6 2

Net Avg 44.1 43.9 43.4 42.3 40.1 38.6 37.5 37.3 37.2 36.4

HISTORY

Games 12 12 14 11 11 14 11 12 11 11

RedZone 26-39 35-50 30-41 30-38 34-43 37-44 29-34 36-42 37-43 41-44

RECORDS

Opponent First Downs 1. Missouri Southern 2. Truman 3. Emporia State 4. Fort Hays State 5. Pittsburg State 6. Missouri Western 7. Washburn Nebraska-Omaha 9. Northwest Missouri 10. Central Missouri

Red Zone Offense 1. Missouri Western 2. Washburn 3. Central Missouri 4. Nebraska-Omaha Fort Hays State 6. Northwest Missouri 7. Truman 8. Pittsburg State 9. Emporia State 10. Missouri Southern

Games 12 14 12 11 11 11 12 11 14 11

THE MIAA

Red Zone Defense 1. Missouri Western 2. Central Missouri 3. Pittsburg State 4. Missouri Southern 5. Emporia State 6. Nebraska-Omaha 7. Washburn 8. Truman 9. Northwest Missouri 10. Fort Hays State

REVIEW

Total 342 283 273 245 239 234 233 226 177 165

OPPONENTS

Pen 26 15 26 14 10 15 11 12 12 18

PLAYERS

Pass 229 162 152 130 148 102 65 111 83 53

COACHES

Rush 87 106 95 101 81 117 157 103 82 94

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

Games 14 14 12 12 11 11 12 11 11 11

FORT HAYS STATE

First Downs 1. Central Missouri 2. Northwest Missouri 3. Washburn 4. Missouri Western 5. Fort Hays State 6. Nebraska-Omaha 7. Pittsburg State 8. Missouri Southern 9. Truman 10. Emporia State

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Dr. Bob Boerigter

Larry House

Kellen Coleman

Lori Shumpert

MIAA Commissioner

Assistant Commissioner

Director of Communications

Administrative Assistant

The Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association, an 11-member conference of NCAA Division II institutions in Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska, was first organized in 1912 as the Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association. The MIAA has gained the reputation of being one of the top NCAA Division II conferences in the nation. MIAA student-athletes have won 12 NCAA team championships and, since 1964, 153 individual national titles. The MIAA currently conducts championships in eight sports for men and nine for women. For the men, champions are crowned in football, cross country, basketball, indoor and outdoor track & field, baseball, tennis and golf. The women compete for titles in volleyball, cross-country, soccer, basketball, indoor and outdoor track & field, softball, golf and tennis. Dr. Robert J. Boerigter became the fourth full-time commissioner in MIAA history when he succeeded Jim Johnson on September 20, 2010. Boerigter was previously the director of athletics at Northwest Missouri State University from July of 2001 through September of 2010. Former Commissioner Jim Johnson succeeded Ralph McFillen in July 2007. Johnson spent two seasons as athletic director at Texas A&M-Commerce before becoming the MIAA’s third full-time commissioner. He was with the MIAA for three years before becoming the Athletics Director at Pittsburg State. Ralph McFillen, formerly of the Metro and Gulf South conferences, succeeded Ken B. Jones, as commissioner of the MIAA in July 1997. Larry House joined the MIAA staff in the summer of 2007 to assist in the marketing of the conference and its events, as well as aid in the league’s external affairs. Kellen Coleman, previously a media relations assistant at the University of Kansas, became the director of communications in the summer of 2009. Lori Shumpert joined the MIAA as the Administrative Assistant on September 13, 2010. She is a graduate of the University of Mississippi, where she majored in Exercise Science and worked in the athletics department as a student with compliance and football.

Founded: 1912 (Reorganized in 1924) Commissioner: Dr. Robert J. Boerigter Phone: (816) 421-6422 Ext. 201 Fax: (816) 421-6423 E-mail: bboer@themiaa.com Assistant Commissioner for Championships and Business Development: Larry House Phone: (816) 421-6422 Ext. 204 Fax: (816) 421-6423 E-mail: lhouse@themiaa.com Director of Communications: Kellen Coleman Phone: (816) 421-6422 Ext. 202 Cell: (816) 695-2826 SID Office Fax: (816) 421-6429 E-mail: kcoleman@themiaa.com Administrative Assistant: Lori Shumpert Phone: (816) 421-6422 Ext. 203 Fax: (816) 421-6423 E-mail: lshumpert@themiaa.com Web Site: www.themiaa.com

MIAA Regular Season Champions (Year-By-Year) 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928

Truman NW Missouri State Central Missouri Truman Truman SW Missouri State 1929 Truman 1930 Truman 1931 NW Missouri State 1932 Truman 1933 Truman 1934 Truman 1935 Truman 1936 Truman 1937 SE Missouri State 1938 NW Missouri State 1939 NW Missouri State 1940 SW Missouri State 1941 Missouri-Rolla NW Missouri State 1942 NW Missouri State SE Missouri State 1943-45 No MIAA Competition 1946 SE Missouri State 1947 Missouri-Rolla

1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

NW Missouri State SW Missouri State Missouri-Rolla Missouri-Rolla Truman SW Missouri State Truman NW Missouri State Truman Truman SE Missouri State Central Missouri Missouri-Rolla SE Missouri State SE Missouri State SE Missouri State Truman Truman SE Missouri State SW Missouri State Truman Truman SW Missouri State SE Missouri State SE Missouri State Truman SE Missouri State

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988

Central Missouri Truman Truman Lincoln NW Missouri State SE Missouri State NW Missouri State SE Missouri State Truman SE Missouri State Missouri-Rolla SE Missouri State SW Missouri State NW Missouri State Missouri-Rolla Truman Truman Central Missouri Missouri-Rolla NW Missouri State Truman Central Missouri Central Missouri SE Missouri State Central Missouri Truman SE Missouri State

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Pittsburg State Pittsburg State Pittsburg State Pittsburg State Missouri Southern Pittsburg State Pittsburg State Pittsburg State NW Missouri State NW Missouri State NW Missouri State NW Missouri State NW Missouri State Pittsburg State NW Missouri State Central Missouri Emporia State Missouri Western Pittsburg State NW Missouri State Pittsburg State Washburn NW Missouri State NW Missouri State NW Missouri State NW Missouri State NW Missouri State

MIAA Mailing Address 114 W. 11th St. Suite 105 Kansas City, MO 64105 MIAA Football Regular Season Champions From 1924-2010 School Truman Northwest Missouri State Southeast Missouri Pittsburg State Central Missouri Missouri-Rolla Southwest Missouri Lincoln Emporia State Washburn Missouri Western

No. of Championships 26 24 17 10 8 8 7 1 1 1 1

MIAA Schools In The NCAA Playoffs School Appearances Years NCAA II Champs Central Missouri 2 2002, 10 Emporia State 1 2003 Fort Hays State 2* 1993*, 1995* Missouri Southern 1 1993 Missouri Western 2 2006, 10 NW Missouri State 15 1984, 89, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 02, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10 1997, 1998, 2009 Pittsburg State 16 1989, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 99, 2000, 01, 03, 04, 05, 08 1992 Truman 4 1982, 90, 92, 94 Washburn 2 2005, 07 Note: Fort Hays State was in the 1993 and 1995 playoffs as a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference

School Central Missouri Emporia State Fort Hays State Lincoln Missouri Southern Missouri Western NW Missouri State Pittsburg State Truman Washburn

MIAA Member Information

Enrollment 11,000 6,528 9,000 2,848 5,740 5,535 6,900 7,127 5,800 7,500

Location Warrensburg, Mo. Emporia, Kan. Hays, Kan. Jefferson City, Mo. Joplin, Mo. St. Joseph, Mo. Maryville, Mo. Pittsburg, Kan. Kirksville, Mo. Topeka, Kan.

Population 19,034 26,380 20,368 40,771 49,775 76,197 10,800 19,649 17,368 123,446

Colors Cardinal & Black Old Gold & Black Black & Gold Navy Blue & White Green & Gold Black & Gold Forest Green & White Crimson & Gold Purple & White Yale Blue & White

MIAA Member Athletic Web Sites Nickname Mules Hornets Tigers Blue Tigers Lions Griffons Bearcats Gorillas Bulldogs Ichabods

Central Missouri: www.ucmo.edu/athletics Emporia State: www.emporia.edu/athletics Fort Hays State: www.fhsuathletics.com Lincoln: www.lubluetigers.com Missouri Southern: www.mssulions.com Missouri Western: www.gogriffons.com Northwest Missouri State: www.northwestbearcats.com Pittsburg State: www.pittstategorillas.com Truman State: www.trumanbulldogs.com Washburn: www.wusports.com


MIKE GARRISON


RUSHING RECORDS FORT HAYS STATE UNIVERSITY

Attempts

Career - 932, Tom Doll, 1975-78 Season - 328, Tom Doll, 1978 Game - 48, Tom Doll vs. Emporia State, Nov. 1, 1975

Yards

Career - 4,476, Tom Doll, 1975-78 Season - 1,619, Clint Bedore, 1993 Game - 378, Jason Broom vs. Panhandle State, Oct. 6, 2001

Yards Per Carry

Career - 6.1, Terry Blassingame, 1997-98 Season - 6.9, Terry Blassingame, 1997

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Career - 115.0, Tommy Evans, 1969-70 Season - 134.9, Clint Bedore, 1993

Touchdowns

Career - 36, Bob Johnson, 1963-66 Season - 16, Dave Parker, 1962

Longest Run From Scrimmage

Jason Broom vs. Panhandle State (10/6/01), 96 yards

Most Rushing Touchdowns In A Game

5 touchdowns, Jason Broom vs. Panhandle State (10/6/01) Alfredo Hylton vs. Panhandle State (11/16/91) Robert Johnson vs. Southern Colorado (10/29/66)

Single-Season Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Clint Bedore Tom Doll Tom Doll Emmett Pride Jason Broom Reed Gottula Terry Thomas Tommy Evans Donald Gregory Alfredo Hylton

Rushing Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Tom Doll Tom Doll Clint Bedore Tommy Evans Donald Gregory Steve Crosby Clint Bedore Reed Gottula James Walker Jordan Hickel

Rushing Touchdowns 1. Dave Parker 2. Clint Bedore Terry Thomas

14 14 14 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

1965 1996 1997 1964 1966 1980 1991 1998 2002 2004 2009

134.9 131.0 128.0 121.5 117.0 116.4 113.8 113.6 108.9 108.7

1993 1975 1978 1996 1985 1970 1973 1969 1994 2001

Rushing Yards per Game

Yards Per Game

Rushing Yards

4. Bob Johnson Emmett Pride Donald Gregory 7. Bob Johnson Bob Johnson Jeff Briggs Alfredo Hylton Donald Gregory Dustin Demel Jordan Hickel James Walker

1619 1536 1310 1215 1196 1184 1170 1164 1155 1135

1993 1978 1975 1996 2001 2004 1985 1970 1998 1991

328 281 277 226 220 212 211 210 206 203

1978 1975 1993 1969 1997 1972 1995 2004 2009 2006

16 15 15

1962 1995 1985

Clint Bedore Tom Doll Tom Doll Emmett Pride Terry Thomas Tommy Evans Steve Crosby Tommy Evans Ernest Williams Jason Broom

Rushing Yards per Carry 1. Terry Blassingame 2. Alfredo Hylton 3. Ken Zieglar Donald Gregory 5. Steve Crosby Emmitt Pride 7. Tony Frederico 8. Tommy Evans Ernest Williams Jason Broom

6.9 6.6 6.5 6.5 6.3 6.3 6.2 6.0 6.0 6.0

1997 1991 1971 1998 1970 1996 1980 1970 1994 2001

Career Leaders Rushing Yards

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Tom Doll Clint Bedore Jordan Hickel Rich Dreiling Steve Crosby Bob Johnson Terry Thomas Donald Gregory Tommy Evans Reed Gottula

Rushing Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Tom Doll Jordan Hickel Rich Dreiling Clint Bedore Bob Johnson Steve Crosby Reed Gottula Steve Worley Terry Thomas Jeff Briggs

4476 3553 3217 2956 2780 2458 2290 2260 2186 2102

1975-78 1992-95 2004-07 1965-68 1970-73 1963-66 1983-85 1997-98 1969-70 2002-05

932 783 668 665 581 531 515 491 487 435

1975-78 2004-07 1965-68 1992-95 1963-66 1970-73 2002-05 1961-64 1983-85 1979-82


RUSHING RECORDS Bob Johnson Tom Doll Clint Bedore Dave Parker Steve Crosby Jordan Hickel 7. Terry Thomas Donald Gregory 9. Reed Gottula 10. Rich Dreiling

1963-66 1975-78 1992-95 1961-62 1970-73 2004-07 1983-85 1997-98 2002-05 1965-68

300-Yard Rushing Games Opponent Panhandle State Southern Colorado

Date 10/6/01 10/31/70

Yards 378 332

200-Yard Rushing Games

Date Yards (Att) 10/12/02 291 (23) 9/27/97 234 (38) 10/4/97 232 (19) 10/16/04 231 (28) 11/2/91 226 (26) 10/19/02 221 (25) 11/10/90 210 (24) 11/9/85 210 (29) 10/30/04 208 (28) 10/21/89 202 (23) 9/10/05 200 (33) 9/19/09 200 (36)

Two 100-Yard Rushers In Same Game Since 1980

Number 13 10 10 9 7 6 6 6 5 4 4 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 98

Single-Season 1,000-Yard Rushers By Year Year 1969 1970 1973 1975 1978 1985 1991 1993 1995 1996 1997 1998 2001 2004 2004

RECORDS

Yards 1022 1164 1024 1310 1536 1170 1135 1619 1067 1215 1105 1155 1196 1184 1086

THE MIAA

Name Tom Evans Tom Evans Steve Crosby Tom Doll Tom Doll Terry Thomas Alfredo Hylton Clint Bedore Clint Bedore Emmett Pride Donald Gregory Donald Gregory Jason Broom Reed Gottula Jordan Hickel

REVIEW HISTORY

Names Combined Yards 1. Jordan Hickel (231) and 411 Reed Gottula (180) at Panhandle State (10/16/04) 2. Dustin Demel (291) and 409 Charles Lewis (118) vs. Fort Lewis (10/12/02) 3. Donald Gregory (234) and 381 Terry Blassingame (147) vs. Wayne State (Neb.) (9/27/97) 4. Terry Blassingame (232) and 353 Donald Gregory (121) at Mesa State (10/4/07) 5. Jordan Hickel (189) and 315 Reed Gottula (126) vs. Fort Lewis (10/9/04) 6. Donald Gregory (185) and 307 Terry Blassingame (122) vs. Fort Lewis 7. Reed Gottula (176) and 278 Jordan Hickel (102) at Western State (11/6/04) 8. Jordan Hickel (146) and 276 Reed Gottula (130) vs. Mesa State (10/23/04) 9. Donald Gregory (139) and 270 Terry Blassingame (131) at Colorado Mines (9/19/98) 10. Alfredo Hylton (147) and 254 Damon Fisher (107) vs. Panhandle State (11/16/91) 11. Clint Bedore (132) and 250 Lance Schwindt (118) vs. Nebraska-Kearney (10/2/93) 12. Demond Rivera (127) and 246 Richard Funkhouser (119) at Kearney State (11/3/90)

Name 1. Clint Bedore 2. Donald Gregory Jordan Hickel 4. Emmett Pride 5. James Walker 6. Earnest Williams Jason Broom Reed Gottula 9. Terry Blassingame 10. Michael Sanders Charles Lewis 11. Jeremy Rusco 12. Dustin Demel Luke Gottschalk Jacobb Irvin 15. Lance Schwindt Joel McReynolds Errol Bowen Vinny Walker Josh Todd Shane Jackson Anthony Dickson Anthony Smith Mike Garrison Total

OPPONENTS

Opponent Fort Lewis Wayne State (Neb.) at Mesa State at Panhandle State at Fort Lewis at Panhandle State at Panhandle State Emporia State at Nebraska-Kearney at N.M. Highlands at N.M. Highlands at Truman

Career 100-Yard Rushing Games (NCAA Division II Only)

PLAYERS

Name Dustin Demel Donald Gregory Terry Blassingame Jordan Hickel Alfredo Hylton Charles Lewis Kevin Pierre Terry Thomas Reed Gottula Milt McGriggs Jordan Hickel James Walker *Since 1980

13. Luke Gottschalk (123) and 239 Jeremy Rusco (116) vs. Colorado Mines (10/4/03) 14. Damon Fisher (124) and 229 Alfredo Hylton (105) vs. Nebraska-Kearney (10/26/01) 15. Demond Rivera (107) and 211 Richard Funkhouser (104) vs. Fort Lewis (9/29/90) *Game-By-Game Stats were kept since 1980

COACHES

Name Jason Broom Tom Evans

36 27 26 25 25 25 24 24 21 20

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

1. 2. 3. 4.

FORT HAYS STATE

Rushing Touchdowns

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PASSING RECORDS FORT HAYS STATE UNIVERSITY

Attempts

Career - 975, Robert Long, 1982-85 Season - 458, Robert Long, 1985 Game - 65, Robert Long vs. Pittsburg State, Oct. 15, 1983

Completions

Career - 540, Mike Garrison, 2008-10 Season - 275, Robert Long, 1985 Game - 38, Robert Long vs. Missouri Western, Sept. 28,1985

Yards

Career - 7,014, Mike Garrison, 2008-10 Season - 3,513, Mike Garrison, 2010 Game - 467, Robert Long vs. Kearney State, Oct. 5, 1985

Completion Percentage

Career (Min. 500 Att.) - .581, Shawn Behr, 1994-95 Season - .610 (217-of-356), Mike Garrison, 2009

Career - 49, Robert Long, 1982-85 Mike Garrison, 2008-10 Season - 34, Shawn Behr, 1995 Game - 5, Robert Long vs. Emporia State, Nov. 5, 1983 Robert Long at Lincoln Univ., Sept. 7, 1985 Shawn Behr at Colorado Mines, Oct. 28, 1995 Jason Brown vs. Fort Lewis, Sept. 30, 2000 Mike Garrison vs. East Central, Sept. 4, 2010

Yards Per Completion

Career - 16.4, Shawn Behr, 1994-95 Season - 16.5, Shawn Behr, 1995

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Joel McReynolds to Xavier Brown vs. Emporia State, Sept. 7, 1996, 93 yards

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Passing Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Robert Long Mike Garrison Shawn Behr Jeff Miller Robert Long Mike Garrison Dustin McEwen Reed Gottula Jason Brown Craig Moddelmog

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

3513 3497 3398 2606 2600 2494 2155 1938 1831 1817

458 420 365 363 362 356 351 312 309 291

9. 10.

Shawn Behr Mike Garrison Robert Long Robert Long Dustin McEwen Mike Garrison Skip Numrich Jason Brown Joel McReynolds Jeff Miller

Completion Percentage 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Mike Garrison Robert Long Mike Garrison Shawn Behr Joel McReynolds Shane Jackson Anthony Smith Skip Numrich Jason Brown Dustin McEwen

275 250 217 211 184 174 171 155 147 144

1985 2010 2009 1995 1983 1986 1992 2005 2001 2000

34 25 20 19 18 18 17 17 15 14

1995 2010 1983 1985 1992 2009 1976 2000 1996 1986

61.0 60.0 59.5 57.8 56.6 55.0 55.0 53.4 53.1 53.0

2009 1985 2010 1995 1996 2006 2008 1977 2001 1994

Career Leaders

Single-Season Leaders Mike Garrison Shawn Behr Robert Long Mike Garrison Robert Long Jeff Miller Dustin McEwen Craig Moddelmog Joel McReynolds Jason Brown

Robert Long Mike Garrison Mike Garrison Shawn Behr Robert Long Jeff Miller Dustin McEwen Reed Gottula Jason Brown Jason Brown

Passing Touchdowns

8. 9. 10.

Longest Pass From Scrimmage

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

7.

Touchdowns

Passing Yards

Passing Completions

Passing Yards

2010 1995 1985 2009 1983 1986 1992 1987 1996 2001

1985 2010 1995 1986 1983 2009 1992 2005 2000 1987

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Mike Garrison Robert Long Dustin McEwen Reed Gottula Jason Brown Shawn Behr Rick Mondt Skip Numrich Joel McReynolds Jeff Miller

Passing Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Robert Long Mike Garrison Dustin McEwen Reed Gottula Jason Brown Rick Mondt Skip Numrich Joel McReynolds Mike Moore Jeff Miller

7014 7002 5718 4420 3629 3550 3428 2952 2846 2615

2008-10 1982-85 1991-94 2002-05 2000-01 1994-95 1978-81 1976-77 1995-97 1984-86

975 944 906 734 586 456 426 415 412 393

1982-85 2008-10 1991-94 2002-05 2000-01 1978-81 1976-77 1995-97 1978-82 1984-86


PASSING RECORDS

10.

Mike Garrison Robert Long Dustin McEwen Reed Gottula Jason Brown Joel McReynolds Skip Numrich Rick Mondt Shawn Behr Mike Moore

Passing Touchdowns 1.

49 49 42 35 32 29 27 26 23 23

1982-85 2008-10 1991-94 1994-95 1978-81 2000-01 1976-77 1963-66 1978-82 2002-05

400-Yard Passing Games Since 1980 Date Yards (Cmp) 10/5/85 467 (33) 10/19/85 464 (35) 11/13/10 435 (36) 9/20/86 433 (20) 11/6/10 415 (27) 10/16/10 407 (23) 9/7/85 401 (29)

Shawn Behr 1994-1995

Reed Gottula 2002-2005

Opponent Missouri Western Missouri Western N.M. Highlands NW Missouri State at NW Missouri State at Colorado Mines at Kearney State East Central at Adams State at Mesa State at Fort Lewis Mesa State at Texas A&M-Kingsville at Emporia State at Wayne State (Neb.) Washburn at Missouri Western Truman Panhandle State Colorado Mines at Washburn Wayne State (Neb.) Emporia State at Wayne State (Neb.) Chadron State at Western State Washburn

Date Yards (Cmp) 9/28/85 399 (38) 9/12/09 394 (37) 10/7/95 390 (24) 10/31/09 381 (31) 10/31/10 371 (28) 10/28/95 363 (16) 10/4/86 359 (30) 9/4/10 358 (16) 10/21/95 353 (18) 10/10/92 348 (16) 9/29/01 346 (22) 10/14/95 342 (23) 11/18/95 339 (20) 11/8/86 338 (26) 10/17/81 331 (20) 10/25/86 329 (20) 9/27/86 325 (30) 9/18/10 325 (18) 9/21/85 324 (24) 10/24/92 318 (20) 10/26/85 315 (22) 10/10/87 314 (22) 11/9/85 312 (24) 10/12/85 307 (34) 11/4/95 307 (17) 11/11/95 307 (23) 10/9/10 304 (25)

REVIEW

Opponent Kearney State Pittsburg State at Missouri Western Black Hills State Missouri Southern at Nebraska-Omaha at Lincoln University

Name Robert Long Mike Garrison Shawn Behr Mike Garrison Mike Garrison Shawn Behr Jeff Miller Mike Garrison Shawn Behr Dustin McEwen Jason Brown Shawn Behr Shawn Behr Jeff Miller Mike Moore Jeff Miller Jeff Miller Mike Garrison Robert Long Dustin McEwen Robert Long Craig Moddelmog Robert Long Robert Long Shawn Behr Shawn Behr Mike Garrison

OPPONENTS

Name Robert Long Robert Long Mike Garrison Jeff Miller Mike Garrison Mike Garrison Robert Long

300-Yard Passing Games Since 1980

PLAYERS

2008-10 1982-85 1991-94 2002-05 2000-01 1995-97 1976-77 1978-81 1994-95 1978-82

COACHES

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Robert Long Mike Garrison Dustin McEwen Shawn Behr Rick Mondt Jason Brown Skip Numrich Bob Johnson Mike Moore Reed Gottula

540 527 447 359 291 222 216 216 216 195

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

FORT HAYS STATE

Passing Completions

Joel McReynolds 1995-1997

Skip Numrich 1976-1977

Dustin McEwen 1991-1994

Jason Brown 2000-2001

Rick Mondt 1978-1981

RECORDS

Jeff Miller 1984-1986

THE MIAA

Robert Long 1982-1985

HISTORY

Mike Garrison became the new career and single-season passing leader at FHSU in 2010. He also broke the school record for career completions and tied the record for career touchdowns. He also broke the career and singleseason record at FHSU for total offense.

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RECEIVING RECORDS FORT HAYS STATE UNIVERSITY

Receptions

Receiving Touchdowns 1. 2. 3.

Career - 168, Eric Busenbark, 1984-87 Season - 81, Eric Busenbark, 1985 Game - 16, Eric Busenbark vs. Wayne State (Neb.), Oct. 12, 1985

5.

Receiving Yards

Career - 2,885, Lance Schwindt, 1992-95 Season - 1,290, O.J. Murdock, 2010 Game - 240, Lance Schwindt vs. Mesa State, Oct. 10, 1992

Receiving Touchdowns

Career - 31, Lance Schwindt, 1992-95 Season - 15, Lance Schwindt, 1995 Game - 4, Lance Schwindt vs. Mesa State, Oct. 10, 1992

Average Yards Per Reception

Receiving Yards per Game

Career - 94.6, O.J. Murdock, 2009-10 Season - 126.9, Xavier Brown, 1996

Receptions Per Game

Career - 20.9, O.J Murdock, 2009-10 Season - 21.5, Marty Boxberger, 1984 O.J Murdock, 2010

Longest Reception In A Game

Xavier Brown vs. Emporia State, Sept. 7, 1996, 93 yards

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

O.J. Murdock Xavier Brown Lance Schwindt Kahn Powell Marty Boxberger Tyrone Tracy John Woodworth Frankie Neal Marty Boxberger Michael Jackson

Receptions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Eric Busenbark Xavier Brown John Woodworth Kahn Powell O.J. Murdock Lance Schwindt John Woodworth Ron Hawley Michael Jackson Randy Knox

1290 1269 1242 1024 1014 873 851 846 837 834

2010 1996 1995 1995 1985 1987 1972 1986 1984 2001

81 69 65 61 60 58 57 56 54 52

1985 1996 1972 1995 2010 1995 1971 1975 2001 1986

1995 2010 1989 1996 1983 1986 1998 1976 1978 1987 2001 2009

Receiving Yds per Catch (Min 20 Rec)

Career - 5.4, John Woodworth, 1970-72 Season - 8.1, Eric Busenbark, 1985

Yards Per Game

Receiving Yards

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Marty Boxberger O.J. Murdock 3. Lance Schwindt 4. Cliff Leiker Frankie Neal 6. Kenny Caywood 7. O.J. Murdock 8. Ralph Humphrey 9. Tyrone Tracy 10. John Green

Single-Season Leaders

68

8.

Lance Schwindt O.J. Murdock Tyrone Tracy Xavier Brown Ralph Humphrey Frankie Neal Patrick Mintner David Meter Terry Georgeson Tyrone Tracy Michael Jackson O.J. Murdock

1.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Xavier Brown O.J. Murdock Lance Schwindt Eric Busenbark Frankie Neal Marty Boxberger Tyrone Tracy Kahn Powell John Woodworth Ralph Humphrey

21.5 21.5 21.4 21.2 21.2 20.2 19.9 19.4 19.1 18.8

126.9 117.3 103.5 101.4 94.0 93.0 87.3 85.3 85.1 81.3

1984 2010 1995 1960 1986 1969 2009 1983 1988 1998

1996 2010 1995 1985 1986 1984 1987 1995 1972 1983

Career Leaders Receiving Yards

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7, 8. 9. 10.

Lance Schwindt John Woodworth Tyrone Tracy Eric Busenbark Xavier Brown Ron Hawley O.J. Murdock Marty Boxberger Ralph Humphrey Patrick Mintner

Receptions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Eric Busenbark Lance Schwindt John Woodworth Ron Hawley Tyrone Tracy Xavier Brown Patrick Mintner Ralph Humphrey Marty Boxberger Randy Knox O.J. Murdock

2885 2326 2161 2049 2035 2007 1987 1802 1801 1576

1992-95 1970-72 1986-89 1984-87 1995-96 1972-75 2009-10 1981-84 1982-85 1995-98

168 166 162 145 129 119 112 105 98 95 95

1984-87 1992-95 1970-72 1972-75 1986-89 1994-95 1995-98 1982-85 1981-84 1985-86 2009-10


RECEIVING RECORDS Lance Schwindt Tyrone Tracy O.J. Murdock Patrick Mintner John Woodworth Xavier Brown John Ruder Marty Boxberger 9. Ralph Humphrey 10. Cliff Leiker Tony Workman Dave Meter Beau Rebel

31 23 20 18 17 16 15 15 14 12 12 12 12

1992-95 1986-89 2009-10 1995-98 1970-72 1995-96 1989-92 1981-84 1982-85 1959-63 1981-82 1975-77 2000-03

Opponent at Mesa State Kearney State at Emporia State Washburn at Nebraska-Omaha at Nebraska-Kearney Chadron State

Date Yards (Rec) 10/10/92 240 (9) 10/5/85 220 (10) 9/7/96 221 (10) 10/25/86 214 (5) 10/16/10 208 (9) 10/12/96 207 (8) 11/2/96 205 (11)

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

Xavier Brown Ralph Humphrey Eric Busenbark Nick Iano Marty Boxberger Frankie Neal Todd Dobbs Dave Wassenberg Marty Boxberger Kahn Powell Michael Jackson O.J. Murdock

93 92 89 88 85 83 81 80 80 80 80 80

1996 1983 1985 1999 1983 1986 1980 1971 1984 1995 2001 2010

THE MIAA

Xavier Brown 1995-1996

John Woodworth 1970-1972

Marty Boxberger 1981-1984

Frankie Neal 1986

HISTORY

Eric Busenbark 1984-1987

RECORDS

O.J. Murdock broke the single-season FHSU record for receiving yards with 1,290 in 2010. He also tied the single-season record for yards per catch (21.5) and broke the career MIAA yards per catch mark (20.9).

Lance Schwindt 1992-1995

REVIEW

Names Combined Yards 1. Eric Busenbark (220) and 357 Kip Stewart (137) vs. Kearney State (10/5/85) 2. Lance Schwindt (174) and 339 Kahn Powell (165) New Mexico Highlands (10/7/95) 3. Lance Schwindt (189) and 330 Kahn Powell (141) at Colorado Mines (10/28/95) 4. O.J Murdock (208) and 308 James Walker (110) at Nebraska-Omaha (10/16/10) 5. Kahn Powell (164) and 286 Lance Schwindt (122) at Adams State (10/21/95) 6. Eric Busenbark (159) and 284 Ralph Humphrey (125) vs. Pittsburg State (10/19/85) 7. O.J. Murdock (168) and 280 Beau Gadwood (112) at Missouri Western (11/13/10) 8. Kip Stewart (132) and 241 James Jermon (109) at Emporia State (11/8/86) *Game-By-Game Stats were kept since 1980

Longest Reception in a Game:

OPPONENTS

Two 100-Yard Receivers In Same Game Since 1980

Number 10 8 7 5 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 55

PLAYERS

Name Lance Schwindt Eric Busenbark Xavier Brown Frankie Neal O.J. Murdock Xavier Brown Xavier Brown

Name 1. Lance Schwindt 2. Xavier Brown 3. O.J. Murdock 4. Kahn Powell 5. Michael Jackson John Luke Snyder 7. Andre Freeman Beau Rebel Beau Gadwood 10. Sean Williams Patrick Mintner Trevor Stapp Rashaad Reed Ben Gray Thaddeus Brown Josh Todd Derrick Jones Deonte Morris John Ruder Anthony Dickson Cordarol Scales James Walker Total

COACHES

200-Yard Reception Games Since 1980

Career 100-Yard Receiving Games (NCAA Division II Only)

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

FORT HAYS STATE

Receiving Touchdowns

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TOTAL OFFENSE/ALL-PURPOSE RECORDS FORT HAYS STATE UNIVERSITY

Total Offensive Plays

Career - 1,229, Dustin McEwen, 1991-94 Season - 533, Mike Garrison, 2010 Game - 72, Mike Garrison, at Missouri Western, 11/13/10

Career - 7,975, Mike Garrison, 2008-10 (7,014 passing, 961 rushing) Season - 3,960, Mike Garrison, 2010 (3,513 passing, 447 rushing) Game - 477, Robert Long vs. Mesa State, Oct. 10, 1992

Total Offensive Touchdowns

Career - 36, Bob Johnson, 1963-66, & Tyrone Tracy, 1986-89 Season - 18, Clint Bedore, 1995, & Tyrone Tracy, 1987 Game - 5, Bob Johnson vs. Southern Colorado, Oct. 29, 1966 Tyrone Tracy vs. Emporia State, Oct. 31, 1987 Alfredo Hylton vs. Panhandle State, Nov. 16, 1991 Jason Broom vs. Panhandle State, Oct. 6, 2001

Single-Season Leaders Yards 3960 3401 3365 2981 2699 2507 2453 2339 2294 2093

Rush 447 -96 -33 375 99 352 1184 -155 463 288

Pass 3513 3497 3398 2606 2600 2155 1269 2494 1831 1805

Year 2010 1995 1985 2009 1983 1992 2004 1986 1996 2005

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Total Offense 1. Mike Garrison 2. Robert Long 3. Reed Gottula 4. Dustin McEwen 5. Tom Doll 6. Bob Johnson 7. Joel McReynolds 8. Clint Bedore 9. Jason Brown 10. Shawn Behr

Yards 7975 7085 6522 6485 4487 4172 3774 3553 3462 3447

Career - 5,457, Tyrone Tracy, 1986-89 Season - 2,051, Tyrone Tracy, 1987

All-Purpose Yards Average Per Game

Total Offensive Yards

Total Offense 1. Mike Garrison 2. Shawn Behr 3. Robert Long 4. Mike Garrison 5. Robert Long 6. Dustin McEwen 7. Reed Gottula 8. Jeff Miller 9. Joel McReynolds 10. Reed Gottula

All-Purpose Yards

Rush 961 83 2102 767 4476 2458 928 3553 -167 -103

Pass 7014 7002 4420 5718 11 1714 2846 0 3629 3550

Career - 143.6, Tyrone Tracy, 1986-89 (5,457 yards in 38 games) Season - 205.1, Tyrone Tracy, 1987 (2,051 yards in 10 games)

Single-Season Leaders All-Purpose 1. Tyrone Tracy 2. Kahn Powell 3. Clint Bedore 4. Tom Doll 5. Tom Doll 6. Xavier Brown 7. Terry Thomas 8. Steve Crosby 9. Tyrone Tracy 10. Clint Bedore

Yards 2051 2049 1982 1698 1652 1535 1446 1433 1411 1402

Year 1987 1995 1993 1975 1978 1996 1985 1972 1988 1995

Career Leaders All-Purpose 1. Tyrone Tracy 2. Tom Doll 3. Clint Bedore 4. Jordan Hickel 5. Steve Crosby 6. Rich Dreiling 7. Kahn Powell 8. Lance Schwindt 9. Terry Thomas 10. Marty Boxberger

Yards 5457 5351 4732 3861 3636 3548 3106 3036 2934 2669

Years 1986-89 1975-78 1992-95 2004-07 1970-73 1965-68 1994-95 1992-95 1983-85 1981-84

Years 2008-10 1982-85 2002-05 1991-94 1975-78 1963-66 1995-97 1992-95 2000-01 1994-95

Jordan Hickel 2004-2007

Terry Thomas 1983-1985

Rich Dreiling 1965-1968


PUNTING RECORDS Longest Punt in a Game:

Career - 268, Adam Ryan, 1997-2000 Season - 75, Adam Ryan, 1999 Game - 16, Clark Cox vs. Wayne State, 10/6/1984

Punting Yardage

Career - 11,097, Adam Ryan, 1997-2000 Season - 3,179, Adam Ryan, 1999

9.

Punting Average

Career - 41.4, Adam Ryan, 1997-2000 (268 punts, 11,097 yards) Season - 43.2, Adam Ryan, 2000 (69 punts, 2,981 yards)

84 yards, Adam Ryan at Chadron State, 11/1/1997

4. 5. 6. 7.

Punting Yardage: Adam Ryan Adam Ryan Daniel Glynn Roy Miller Adam Ryan Tyler Elder Ron Johnson Johnny Morin John Ruder Adam Ryan

Adam Ryan Ethan Kosjer Adam Ryan Tyler Elder Adam Ryan Ethan Kosjer Sam Holloway Ron Johnson John Ruder Tyler Elder

43.2 42.7 42.4 40.8 40.4 40.3 39.9 39.8 39.7 39.7

2000 2010 1999 2008 1998 2009 1985 1981 1992 2007

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Adam Ryan John Ruder Tyler Elder Daniel Glynn Ron Johnson Ron Morel Ethan Kosjer John Covington Sam Holloway Todd Dobbs

1997-00 1989-92 2005-08 2001-03 1979-82 1963-65 1967-69 2008-Pres. 1984-86 1957-58

11,097 9,397 8,877 6,814 6,051 5,092 3,526 3,495 3,031 2,679

1997-00 1989-92 2005-08 2001-03 1979-82 1963-65 2008-Pres. 1967-69 1984-86 1979-80

Punting Average (Min. 80 Punts): 1. 2. 3. 4.

Adam Ryan 41.4 1997-00 Ron Johnson 39.3 1979-82 Tyler Elder 38.3 2005-08 John Ruder 37.6 1989-92 Daniel Glynn 37.6 2001-03 6. Ron Morel 36.9 1963-65 7. Sam Holloway 36.1 1984-86 8. John Covington 32.7 1967-69 *Career punting average figured after a player’s career is over.

John Ruder 1989-1992

Tyler Elder 2005-2008

HISTORY

Adam Ryan 1997-2000

RECORDS

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

1999 2000 2003 1995 1998 2008 1981 1988 1989 1998

Punting Yardage:

268 250 232 181 154 138 107 85 84 75

THE MIAA

Punting Average:

3179 2981 2735 2618 2514 2488 2468 2428 2423 2423

1999 1995 2003 1989 2000 1997 1988 1993 2005 1981

Adam Ryan John Ruder Tyler Elder Daniel Glynn Ron Johnson Ron Morel John Covington Ethan Kosjer Sam Holloway Chuck Vernon

REVIEW

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

75 72 72 70 69 64 63 63 63 62

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

OPPONENTS

10.

Adam Ryan Roy Miller Daniel Glynn John Ruder Adam Ryan Adam Ryan Johnny Morin Todd Pene Tyler Elder Ron Johnson

Number of Punts:

PLAYERS

1. 2.

1997 1998 1999 2000 1950 1979 2003 2009 1983 1984 2001 2002 2005 2008

Career Leaders

Single-Season Leaders Total Punts:

84 78 76 71 70 67 65 65 64 64 64 64 64 64

COACHES

Longest Punt In A Game

Adam Ryan Adam Ryan Adam Ryan Adam Ryan Marion Schmidt Ron Johnson Daniel Glynn Ethan Kosjer Tracy Harris Eric Busenbark Daniel Glynn Daniel Glynn Tyler Elder Tyler Elder

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

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Total Punts

71


KICK RETURN RECORDS FORT HAYS STATE UNIVERSITY

Kickoff Returns

1.

Kickoff Return Yardage

Career - 2,307, Tyrone Tracy, 1986-89 Season - 782, Kahn Powell, 1995

Kickoff Return Average

Career (Min. 20 returns) - 28.4, Kahn Powell, 1994-95 (48-1361) Season (Min. 10 returns) - 32.2, Jamall Gaines, 2003 (10-322)

Kahn Powell, 100 at Chadron State, 11/5/1994 Jon Harper, 100 at Mesa State, 10/9/1999 3. C.J. Lovett, 98 at Colorado Mines, 9/9/2006 4. Dave Parker, 97 at Kearney State, 10/6/1962 Bryan Haynes, 97 vs. N.M. Highlands, 8/28/2008 6. C.J. Lovett, 95 at Western State, 8/29/2009 7. Marty Boxberger, 93 vs. Washburn, 10/20/1984 Bryan Haynes, 93 vs. SW Baptist, 11/3/2007 9. James Davis, 91 vs. Washburn, 10/30/1982 10. Andre Freeman, 90 at Western State, 11/9/2002 Kenny Kinard, 90 at Western State, 8/29/2009

Career Leaders

Kickoff Returns For Touchdowns

Career - 2, Bryan Haynes, 2007-08 & C.J. Lovett, 2006-09 Season - 1, 14 Occurrences **Kick Returns for touchdowns kept since 1962.

Single-Season Leaders Number of Kick Returns 1. 2. 3.

Kenny Kinard Tyrone Tracy Kahn Powell Trevor Zott 5. Frank Martin, Jr. 6. Tyrone Tracy 7. Tyrone Tracy 8. Alvin Griffin 9. Tyler Manwarren 10. Steve Crosby

Kick Return Yardage

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Career - 95, Tyrone Tracy, 1986-89 Season - 33, Kenny Kinard, 2009

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kahn Powell Kenny Kinard Tyrone Tracy Tyrone Tracy Frank Martin, Jr. Tyrone Tracy Kahn Powell Trevor Zott Alvin Griffin Kevin Pierre

33 30 28 28 27 26 25 24 23 22

2009 1987 1995 2006 1993 1988 1989 1992 2005 1972

782 683 680 668 660 654 579 556 510 499

1995 2009 1989 1987 1993 1988 1994 2006 1992 1991

Kick Return Average (Min. 10 Returns) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Jamall Gaines Jon Harper Kahn Powell Kahn Powell Rich Hardin C.J. Lovett 7. Tyrone Tracy Bryan Haynes 9. Michael Sanders 10. Matt Brevi

32.2 29.3 29.0 27.9 27.3 27.3 27.2 27.2 26.7 26.4

2003 1999 1994 1995 1999 2009 1989 2007 2000 2007

Number of Kick Returns

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Tyrone Tracy Vernon Dozier Kahn Powell Brent Blau Lionell Jenkins Mike Boyd Kenny Kinard 8. Bryan Haynes 9. Jamall Gaines 10. Tyler Manwarren

Kick Return Yardage 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Tyrone Tracy Kahn Powell Vernon Dozier Lionell Jenkins Brent Blau Jamall Gaines Mike Boyd Bryan Haynes C.J. Lovett Kenny Kinard

1986-89 1981-84 1994-95 1978-81 1969-71 1977-79 2009 2007-08 2002-03 2003-06

2307 1361 1041 932 832 757 749 729 726 683

1986-89 1994-95 1981-84 1969-71 1978-81 2002-03 1977-79 2007-08 2006-09 2009

Kick Return Average (Min. 20 Returns) 1. 2. 3. 4.

Kahn Powell C.J. Lovett Lionell Jenkins Frank Martin, Jr. Jamall Gaines 6. Tyrone Tracy 7. Bryan Haynes 8. Mike Boyd 9. Kenny Kinard 10. Beau Rebel

Kahn Powell 1994-1995

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95 52 48 42 38 33 33 32 31 30

28.4 26.9 24.5 24.4 24.4 24.3 22.8 22.7 20.7 20.5

Lionell Jenkins 1969-1971

1994-95 2006-09 1969-71 1993 2002-03 1986-89 2007-08 1977-79 2009 2000-03

C.J. Lovett 2006-2009


PUNT RETURN RECORDS **C.J. Lovett averaged 38.8 yards per return on nine attempts in 2009, one attempt shy of the 10 attempt minimum. He would have shattered the school record with one more attempt.

Career - 55, Jon Harper, 1997-99 Season - 30, Jon Harper, 1997

Longest Punt Returns For Touchdowns (Since 1962)

Punt Return Yardage

Career - 491, Tyrone Tracy, 1986-89 Season - 349, C.J. Lovett, 2009

Career (Min. 20 returns) - 16.5, Andre Freeman, 1999-2003 (25-412) **C.J. Lovett averaged 25.3 yards per return in his career (2006-09) with 19 returns in his career.

**C.J. Lovett would have shattered the school record for punt return average in a season in 2009, averaging 38.8 yards per return. He had just nine returns on the season, one short of the minimum.

Punt Returns For Touchdowns

Single-Season Leaders

Punt Return Yardage

349 283 266 263 259 243 241 238 224 194

2009 1997 1996 2002 1998 1995 1982 1992 1987 1994

Punt Return Average (Min. 10 Returns) 1. 2. 3. 4.

16.4 15.6 15.1 14.9 14.9 14.0 13.4 13.1 13.0 12.3

2002 1973 1982 1987 2003 1990 1981 2008 1986 1962

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Tyrone Tracy C.J. Lovett Jon Harper Max VanLaningham Andre Freeman Kevin Pierre Brent Blau Johnny Vaughn Kenneth Caywood Xavier Brown

491 480 466 439 412 353 318 301 291 270

1986-89 2006-09 1997-99 1962-65 1999-03 1990-91 1980-81 1998-99 1966-69 1995-96

Punt Return Average (Min. 20 Returns) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Andre Freeman Dave Parker Tyrone Tracy John Ruder Xavier Brown Max VanLaningham Mike Worth 8. Kahn Powell 9. Kevin Pierre 10. Lonnie White Kip Stewart

16.5 11.7 10.9 10.8 10.4 9.8 9.8 9.7 9.5 9.3 9.3

1999-2003 1961-62 1986-89 1989-92 1995-96 1962-65 1985-86 1994-95 1990-91 1973-74 1985-86

**C.J. Lovett averaged 25.3 yards per return on 19 attempts in his career, one attempt shy of the 20 attempt minimum. He would have shattered the school record with one more attempt.

HISTORY

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Andre Freeman Lonnie White James Davis Tyrone Tracy Jamall Gaines Kevin Pierre Brent Blau C.J. Lovett Kip Stewart Dave Parker

Punt Return Yardage

RECORDS

C.J. Lovett Jon Harper Xavier Brown Andre Freeman Johnny Vaughn Kahn Powell James Davis John Ruder Tyrone Tracy Donovan Johnson

1997 1965 1995 1998 1980 1991 1996 1992 1994 1983

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

30 25 25 25 24 24 23 22 22 21

1997-99 1986-89 1962-65 1998-99 1990-91 1978-81 1983-84 1966-69 1976-78 1972-74

REVIEW

1. Jon Harper 2. Max VanLaningham Kahn Powell Johnny Vaughn 5. Brent Blau Kevin Pierre 7. Xavier Brown 8. John Ruder Donovan Johnson 10. Vernon Dozier

55 45 45 38 37 36 36 35 33 33

OPPONENTS

Number of Punt Returns

Number of Punt Returns

1. Jon Harper 2. Tyrone Tracy Max VanLaningham 4. Johnny Vaughn 5. Kevin Pierre 6. Brent Blau Vernon Dozier 8. Kenneth Caywood 9. Louis Pfortmiller Jonathan Douglas

PLAYERS

Career - 4, C.J. Lovett, 2006-09 Season - 3, C.J. Lovett, 2009 **Punt Returns for touchdowns kept since 1962.

Career Leaders

COACHES

Season (Min. 10 returns) - 16.4, Andre Freeman, 2002 (16-263)

C.J. Lovett, 89 at Truman, 9/19/2009 C.J. Lovett, 85 vs. Colorado Mines, 9/5/2009 Max VanLaningham, 83 vs. Southern Colorado, 11/2/1963 C.J. Lovett, 78 at Western State, 8/29/2009 Mark Albers, 75, vs. Lincoln Univ., 9/6/1986 Max VanLaningham, 73 at Pittsburg State, 11/5/1965 Ken Dean, 73 vs. Emporia State, 11/11/1989 Andre Freeman, 73 vs. N.M. Highlands, 11/16/2002 9. Dan Gardner, 68, 1971 (Game unknown) 10. Tyrone Tracy, 65 vs. Lincoln Univ., 9/5/1987

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

Punt Return Average

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

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Punt Returns

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SCORING RECORDS

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Points Scored

Most Points Scored Per Game

9.

Most Touchdowns Scored

Career - 36, Bob Johnson, 1963-66 & Tyrone Tracy, 1986-89 Season - 18, Clint Bedore, 1995, & Tyrone Tracy, 1987 Game - 5, Bob Johnson vs. Southern Colorado, 10/29/1966 Tyrone Tracy vs. Emporia State, 10/31/1987 Alfredo Hylton vs. Panhandle State, 11/16/1991 Jason Broom vs. Panhandle State, 10/6/2001

Extra Points Scored

Career Made - 107, Wes Simoneau, 1997-2001 (107-of-120) Career Attempts - 120, Wes Simoneau, 1997-2001 Season Made - 45, Nathan Rausa, 2009 (45-of-48) Season Attempts - 48, Nathan Rausa, 2009

Field Goals

Career Made - 37, Wes Simoneau, 1997-2001 Career Attempts - 59, Wes Simoneau, 1997-2001 Season Made - 15, Roy Miller, 1992 Season Attempts - 23, Ryan Achilles, 1993 & Justin Barr, 2007 Game Made - 4, Ryan Achilles vs. N.M. Highlands, 9/25/1993 Longest Made - 67 yards, Tom Odle vs. Washburn, 11/5/1988

Field Goals Attempted: Ryan Achilles Justin Barr 3. Roy Miller 4. Wes Simoneau 5. Justin Barr Tyler Kimbrough 7. Wes Simoneau 8. Don Ramsey Tom Odle 10. Mike Ellsworth Nathan Rausa

Kicking Points: 1. 2. 3. 4.

Roy Miller Nathan Rausa Ryan Achilles Justin Barr Tyler Kimbrough 6. Wes Simoneau 7. Wes Simoneau 8. Bryson Moore Roy Miller 10. Wes Simoneau

Kicking PAT’s Made: 1. 2. 4.

Kick Scoring

Career - 218, Wes Simoneau, 1997-2001 (107 EP’s, 37 FG’s) Season - 77, Roy Miller, 1992 (32 EP’s, 15 FG’s)

7. 8.

Single-Season Leaders Points Scored 1. Clint Bedore, 1995 2. Tyrone Tracy, 1987 3. Terry Thomas, 1985 4. Dave Parker, 1962 5. Lance Schwindt, 1995 6. Donald Gregory, 1997 7. Bob Johnson, 1965 8. Emmett Pride, 1996 9. James Walker, 2010 10. Roy Miller, 1992

Field Goals Made: 1. 2.

Roy Miller Ryan Achilles Justin Barr Wes Simoneau Justin Barr

Points 112 108 102 96 92 86 85 84 78 77

TD 18 18 17 16 15 14 14 14 13 0

15 14 14 11 11

Tom Odle Wes Simoneau Nathan Rausa Mike Ellsworth Wes Simoneau Tyler Kimbrough

1.

Career (Min. 20 Games) - 6.6, Donald Gregory, 1997-98 (146 points, 22 games) Season - 10.8, Tyrone Tracy, 1987 (108 points, 10 games)

4.

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6.

Career - 220, Bob Johnson, 1963-66 (36 TD’s, 3 EP) Season - 112, Clint Bedore, 1995 (18 TD’s, 2 EP’s) Game - 30, Bob Johnson vs. Southern Colorado, 10/29/1966 (5 TD’s) Tyrone Tracy vs. Emporia State, 10/31/1987 (5 TD’s) Alfredo Hylton vs. Panhandle State, 11/16/1991 (5 TD’s) Jason Broom vs. Panhandle State, 10/6/2001 (5 TD’s)

PAT 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 32

FG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15

1992 1993 2007 1999 2005

Nathan Rausa Roy Miller Bryson Moore Jason Browning Bryson Moore Tyler Kimbrough Roy Miller Tom Odle Jason Browning Wes Simoneau

10 10 10 9 9 9

1988 2001 2009 1982 1998 2010

23 23 21 20 17 17 16 15 15 14 14

1993 2007 1992 2001 2005 2010 1999 1979 1988 1982 2009

77 75 72 61 61 60 58 53 53 51

1992 2009 1993 2007 2010 2001 1998 2004 1991 1999

45 35 35 34 34 34 32 31 31 31

2009 1991 2004 1995 2002 2010 1992 1985 1996 1998

Longest Field Goal in a Game: 1. 2. 3.

Tom Odle Roy Miller Tom Odle Tyler Kimbrough 5. Wes Simoneau 6. Nathan Rausa 7. Brian Shriwise Justin Barr Nathan Rausa 10. Ryan Achilles Justin Barr Justin Barr Nathan Rausa

67 55 52 52 51 50 48 48 48 47 47 47 47

1988 1992 1988 2010 2001 2009 1975 2005 2008 1993 2005 2007 2009


SCORING RECORDS

Wes Simoneau Roy Miller Justin Barr Mike Ellsworth Tom Odle Nathan Rausa Ryan Achilles Bryson Moore Jason Browning Tyler Kimbrough

Kicking Points:

Kicking PAT’s Made: Wes Simoneau Roy Miller Bryson Moore Mike Ellsworth Tom Odle Max VanLaningham Jason Browning 8. Nathan Rausa 9. Justin Barr 10. Mike Sobba

218 198 155 149 139 130 105 95 72 65

1997-2001 1989-92 1980-83 2002-04 2004-07 1985-88 2008-09 1995-96 1993 1962-65

107 102 95 83 73 65 65 60 46 41

1997-2001 1989-92 2002-04 1980-83 1985-88 1962-65 1995-96 2008-09 2004-07 1971-72

Wes Simoneau 1997-2001

Mike Ellsworth 1980-1983

Ryan Achilles 1993

Bryson Moore 2002-2004

Max VanLaningham 1962-1965

Justin Barr 2004-2007

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

1997-01 1989-92 2004-07 1980-83 1985-88 2008-09 1993 2002-04 1995-96 2010-Pres.

Tom Odle 1985-1988

REVIEW

Wes Simoneau Roy Miller Mike Ellsworth Bryson Moore Justin Barr Tom Odle Nathan Rausa Jason Browning Ryan Achilles Max VanLaningham

37 32 31 24 19 15 14 12 10 9

Roy Miller 1989-1992

OPPONENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

FG 0 0 37 0 32 0 0 0 0 0

PLAYERS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

PAT 3 1 107 2 102 1 1 2 2 0

COACHES

Field Goals Made:

TD 36 36 0 33 0 32 29 28 28 28

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

Points Scored Points 1. Bob Johnson, 1963-66 220 2. Tyrone Tracy, 1986-89 218 Wes Simoneau, 1997-01 218 4. Clint Bedore, 1992-95 202 5. Roy Miller, 1989-92 198 6. Lance Schwindt, 1992-95 194 7. Tom Doll, 1975-78 176 8. Jeff Briggs, 1979-82 172 Jordan Hickel, 2004-07 172 10. Terry Thomas, 1983-85 168

FORT HAYS STATE

Career Leaders

RECORDS

Bob Johnson 1963-1966

HISTORY

Dave Parker 1961-1962

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Total Tackles

Career (NCAA Only) - 361, Keith Eck, 1993-96 Season - 150, Junior Hartig, 1979 Season (NCAA Only) - 140, Dustin Bailey, 1992 Game (NCAA Only) - 25, Marcus West at Mesa State, 10/25/2003

Solo Tackles

Career (NCAA Only) - 235, Jose Salcido, 1993-95 Season - 98, Ric Aschbrenner, 1991 Season (NCAA Only) - 90, Jose Salcido, 1995

Assisted Tackles

Career (NCAA Only) - 145, Landon Frank, 1996-99 Season (NCAA & All-Time) - 70, Dustin Bailey, 1992

Quarterback Sacks (Since 1981) Career - 21.5, Trevell Smittick, 1997-99 Season - 12, Trevell Smittick, 1998

Tackles For Loss (Since 1979)

Career - 43, Greg Yost, 1987-90 Season - 19, Jason Hill, 2007 & Jacob Crossman, 2010

Interceptions (Since 1969) Career - 14, Mike Allen, 1987-90 Season - 7, James Hardy, Jr., 1993

Longest Interception Return For A TD 100 yards, Kelly Barnard at Washburn, 10/26/1985

Longest Fumble Return For A TD

(NCAA Only) 71 yards, Courtney Jackson vs. Missouri Western, 9/9/2000

Most Blocked Kicks (NCAA Only)

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Career - 9, Jose Salcido, 1993-95 Season - 5, Jose Salcido, 1995

Fumbles Recovered (Since 1974) Career - 8, Justin Marchel, 1976-79 Paul Nelson, 1983-86 Season - 5, Justin Marchel, 1977 Paul Nelson, 1985 Jason Flax, 1995

Pass Break-Ups (NCAA Only) Career - 35, Keith Eck, 1993-96 Season - 15, Keith Eck, 1995 Brock Hutchinson, 1997

Jacob Crossman tied the FHSU single season record in tackles for loss with 19 in 2010. He was the only All-MIAA First Team selection for the Tigers in 2010 and he also garnered All-American honors in his final season.

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Single-Season Leaders Tackles: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Junior Hartig Ric Aschbrenner Dustin Bailey Dustin Bailey Jose Salcido Tony Claycamp Bill Turner Junior Hartig Keith Eck 10. Jose Salcido David Foster Keith Eck Paul Simmons

Sacks:

1. Trevell Smittick 2. Andy Adkins Jason Hill 4. Charles Tribble Greg Yost Jacob Crossman 7. Trevell Smittick 8. Rusty Cole Andy Adkins Chad Criqui Jared Marshall

Tackles For Loss: 1. Jason Hill Jacob Crossman 3. Trevell Smittick Trevell Smittick 5. Casey Seyfert 6. Greg Yost 7. Daren Organ 8. Bradley Deary Jason Pietrzyk Casey Seyfert Kevin Wright

Interceptions:

1. James Hardy, Jr. 2. Gary DuBois Ryan Buchanan Jose Salcido Tracy Harris Terry Claycamp Rick Masters 8. Keith Eck Donovan Johnson Donovan Johnson Rob Gruendell Mike Allen Chris Honas Pat Poore Pat Poore John Randall Brad Webb Jimmy Wittman

150 141 140 137 130 128 126 125 125 117 117 117 117

1979 1991 1992 1991 1995 1966 1979 1980 1995 1993 1993 1996 1968

12 10 10 9 9 9 8.5 8 8 8 8

1998 1989 2007 1988 1990 2010 1999 1983 1990 1991 1993

19 19 18 18 17.5 17 15 14 14 14 14

2007 2010 1998 1999 2001 1990 1995 2003 2000 2000 1991

7 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

1993 1978 1997 1993 1983 1966 1990 1995 1993 1996 1990 1990 1983 1983 1984 1981 1980 1978


DEFENSIVE RECORDS 5 5 5 5 5

1977 1972 1976 1973 1966

Tackles For Loss: 1. 2. 3. 4.

Longest Interception Return for a TD:

1987-90 2006-09 1977-78 1979-82 1982-84 1993-95 1993-96 1977-80 1974-77 1979-81 1993-96 1994-97

OPPONENTS

Courtney Jackson, 71 vs. Missouri Western, 9/9/2000 Donovan Johnson, 63 at Adams State, 10/16/1993 Dustin Heckroth, 58 vs. Truman State, 11/11/2006 Michael Balloue, 55 vs. Western State, 10/27/2001 Travis Jenkins, 40 at Fort Lewis, 9/30/1995 Tony Crough, 40 at Adams State, 9/16/2000 7. Donte Hughes, 17 vs. Fort Lewis, 9/26/1998 8. Jason Sykes, 7 at Missouri Western, 9/8/2001 9. Jason Flax, 4 at Fort Lewis, 9/30/1995 10. Four recoveries in the endzone

14 13 11 11 11 11 11 10 9 9 9 9

Career Leaders Tackles (NCAA Only):

21.5 20 18 18 18 18 17 15 14.5 13.5

1997-99 1987-90 1989-90 1990-93 1995-98 2004-07 1998-2001 1992-95 2007-10 1998-2000

Ric Aschbrenner 1989-1992

Jose Salcido 1993-1995

Trevell Smittick 1997-1999

Greg Yost 1987-1990

Mike Allen 1987-1990

HISTORY

7. 8. 9. 10.

Trevell Smittick Greg Yost Andy Adkins Jared Marshall Travis Jenkins Jason Hill Casey Seyfert Daren Organ Jacob Crossman Courtney Jackson

Dustin Bailey 1991-1992

RECORDS

1. 2. 3.

Junior Hartig 1977-1980

THE MIAA

Sacks:

Keith Eck 1993-1996

REVIEW

1. Keith Eck 361 1993-96 2. Jose Salcido 342 1993-95 3. Seth Blackwell 257 2007-10 4. Clay Scanlon 249 1996-99 5. Landon Frank 247 1996-99 6. Jace Pavlovich 244 1999-2003 7. Travis Jenkins 221 1995-98 8. Dave Foster 218 1992-93* 9. Scott Karl 218 1995-98 10. Zach Scruggs 215 2004-07 *Foster played from 1990-93, but only two years under the NCAA era.

PLAYERS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Interceptions: 1. Mike Allen 2. C.J. Lovett 3. Gary DuBois Ron Johnson Pat Poore Jose Salcido Romario Johnson 8. Jim Wittman 9. Robert Douglas Brad Webb Keith Eck Brock Hutchinson

1987-90 1998-2001 1997-99 1995-98 1993-95 1992-95 2007-10 2004-07 1999-2002 1997-2000

COACHES

Longest Fumble Return for a TD (NCAA Only):

8. 9. 10.

43 41.5 37 35 35 35 35 34 33.5 26

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

1. Kelly Barnard, 100 at Washburn, 10/26/1985 2. Mike Lankas, 92 vs. Mesa State, 10/14/1995 3. Sam Taamilo, 89 vs. Kearney State, 10/5/1985 4. C.J. Lovett, 78 vs. Southwest Baptist, 11/3/2007 5. C.J. Lovett, 77 vs. New Mexico Highlands, 8/28/2008 6. Sam Taamilo, 76 at Washburn, 10/26/1985 7. Jace Pavlovich, vs. Missouri Western, 9/9/2000 8. Bob Sweazy, 70 at Kearney State, 11/12/1954 9. Vashone Adams, 61 at Wayne State (Neb.), 10/5/1991 10. Adam Kotschwar, 60 vs. Colorado Mines, 9/8/2007

Greg Yost Casey Seyfert Trevell Smittick Travis Jenkins Jose Salcido Daren Organ Jacob Crossman Jason Hill Jason Pietrzyk James Morton

FORT HAYS STATE

Gary DuBois Robert Douglas Robert Douglas Blaine Johnson Lynn Lashbrook

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YEARLY LEADERS

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Season Total Offense Leaders

78

Year 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Name Plays Chuck Vernon 107 Lynn Elliott 152 Darrell Hildebrand 106 Wayne Schumacher 121 Dave Parker 190 Dave Parker 216 Bob Johnson 147 Bob Johnson 187 Bob Johnson 280 Bob Johnson 266 Leo Hayden 218 Rich Dreiling 191 Tommy Evans 227 Jonathan Douglas 300 Jonathan Douglas 225 Bruce Hawley 258 Steve Crosby 179 Rick Peoples 179 Tom Doll 283 Skip Numrich 329 Skip Numrich 283 Tom Doll 328 Hoskin Hogan 270 Rick Mondt 169 Rick Mondt 190 Mike Moore 215 Robert Long 423 Robert Long 255 Robert Long 504 Jeff Miller 403 Craig Moddelmog 390 Kelly Vigil 171 Milt McGriggs 347 Bryan Maring 237 Damon Fisher 267 Dustin McEwen 481 Dustin McEwen 317 Dustin McEwen 386 Shawn Behr 450 Joel McReynolds 383 Joel McReynolds 241 Donald Gregory 178 Andy Garcia 262 Jason Brown 324 Jason Brown 306 Dustin Demel 271 Reed Gottula 264 Reed Gottula 410 Reed Gottula 449 Shane Jackson 315 Ryne Salyer 290 Mike Garrison 226 Mike Garrison 438 Mike Garrison 533

Year 1957 1958 1959

Name Chuck Vernon Chuck Vernon Darrell Hildebrand

Rush 589 41 590 414 759 709 292 528 810 828 2 777 1092 196 13 205 1024 117 1310 -11 166 1536 -123 41 -108 -59 99 -22 -33 -155 -223 -149 419 39 659 352 102 286 -96 463 299 1155 -38 -104 -63 605 430 1184 288 56 -7 139 375 447

Pass 0 604 0 127 169 567 325 315 568 506 978 0 0 1325 697 997 0 731 11 1562 1390 0 1790 1144 1287 1099 2600 711 3398 2494 1938 779 1089 878 799 2155 1550 1803 3497 1831 836 0 1279 1812 1817 829 957 1269 1805 1266 1293 895 2606 3513

Total 589 645 590 541 928 1276 617 843 1378 1334 980 777 1092 1521 710 1202 1024 848 1321 1551 1556 1536 1667 1185 1179 1042 2699 689 3365 2339 1715 630 1598 917 1458 2507 1652 2089 3401 2294 1135 1155 1241 1708 1754 1434 1387 2453 2093 1322 1286 1034 2981 3960

Season Rushing Leaders Att 107 117 104

Net Gain 589 470 590

TDs 8 5 1

Avg. 5.5 4.0 5.7

1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Wayne Schumacher Dave Parker Dave Parker Steve Worley Steve Worley Bob Johnson Rich Dreiling Rich Dreiling Rich Dreiling Tommy Evans Tommy Evans Ken Ziegler Steve Crosby Steve Crosby Blaine Johnson Tom Doll Tom Doll Tom Doll Tom Doll Wes Alstatt Jeff Briggs John Henderson Marty Boxberger Terry Thomas Terry Thomas Terry Thomas Sylvester Butler Tim Winter Walt Burton Milt McGriggs Richard Funkhouser Alfredo Hylton Clint Bedore Clint Bedore Ernest Williams Clint Bedore Emmett Pride Donald Gregory Donald Gregory Michael Sanders Errol Bowen Jason Broom Charles Lewis Jeremy Rusco Reed Gottula Jordan Hickel Jordan Hickel Jordan Hickel Jacobb Irvin James Walker James Walker

109 143 149 111 144 188 191 148 191 226 194 100 212 179 146 281 127 196 328 174 176 107 119 138 148 201 88 117 102 160 153 173 91 277 163 211 193 220 178 200 119 200 137 150 210 180 203 202 119 206 176

414 759 709 442 660 810 898 624 777 1022 1164 649 867 1024 592 1310 642 988 1536 688 689 384 528 596 524 1170 380 413 420 419 630 1135 490 1619 980 1067 1215 1105 1155 923 470 1196 767 651 1184 730 681 720 541 903 857

3 9 16 2 10 14 8 5 5 9 9 5 7 9 3 8 3 8 8 3 10 1 2 8 1 15 6 2 6 12 7 10 0 9 9 15 14 14 10 5 6 7 8 5 8 2 6 7 3 10 9

3.8 5.3 4.8 4.0 4.6 4.3 4.7 4.2 4.1 4.3 6.0 6.5 4.1 5.7 4.1 4.7 5.1 5.0 4.7 4.0 3.9 3.5 4.4 4.3 3.5 5.8 4.3 3.5 3.7 2.6 4.1 6.6 5.4 5.9 6.0 5.1 6.3 5.0 6.5 4.6 3.9 6.0 5.6 4.3 5.6 4.1 3.4 3.6 4.5 4.4 4.9

Season Passing Leaders Year 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965

Name Jim Hooten Lynn Elliott Jim Hooten Jim Hooten Dave Parker Dave Parker Bob Johnson Bob Johnson Bob Johnson

ATT 16 94 67 82 47 67 57 56 92

COMP 4 45 31 37 14 30 18 21 34

PCT 25.0 47.9 46.3 45.1 29.8 44.8 31.6 37.5 37.0

YDS 64 604 445 570 169 567 325 315 568

TDs 1 4 5 4 2 4 4 6 8


YEARLY LEADERS

Yards 71 210 256 614 59 381 164 173 264 132 315 396 405 700 775

Avg. 14.2 16.2 23.2 21.2 11.8 21.2 20.5 17.3 26.4 12.0 16.6 15.8 20.2 17.5 13.6

1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

851 603 659 691 678 760 391 464 565 665 636 813 746 837 1014 665 846 873 439 593 254 414 651 408 643 1242 1024 1269 576 594 457 379 834 553 382 386 265 644 391 288 281 697 525 1290

13.1 14.4 15.7 12.3 16.1 17.3 17.8 17.8 18.2 15.5 12.5 19.4 16.2 21.5 12.5 12.8 21.2 17.1 19.1 17.9 13.4 17.3 13.6 13.6 15.7 21.4 16.8 18.4 13.7 14.9 13.8 14.6 15.4 14.2 11.6 16.1 9.1 12.9 11.2 14.4 6.7 19.9 8.6 21.5

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

Year Name 1957 Chuck Vernon 1958 Chuck Vernon 1959 Jack Bordewick 1960 Jack Richardson 1961 Jim Sellens 1962 Larry Ollek 1963 Ron Morel 1964 Ron Morel 1965 Ron Morel 1966 Larry Ollek 1967 John Covington 1968 John Covington 1969 John Covington 1970 Jake Heck 1971-75 1976 Chuck Durfee

Punts Yards 37 1183 38 1349 23 789 26 988 22 711 25 874 49 1793 49 1737 40 1562 37 1264 38 1311 29 1024 40 1160 45 1400 No Information 31 936

Average 30.9 35.5 34.3 38.0 32.3 35.0 36.6 35.4 39.1 34.1 34.5 35.3 29.0 31.1 30.2

6 0 0 2 8 3 8 3 3 5 7 9 7 6 6 2 9 8 5 10 0 6 6 3 6 15 6 10 5 9 3 5 8 3 2 4 1 5 2 1 1 8 4 12

HISTORY

Catches 5 13 11 29 5 18 8 10 10 11 19 25 20 40 57

1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995

65 42 42 56 42 44 22 26 31 43 51 42 46 39 81 52 40 51 23 33 19 24 48 30 41 58 61 69 42 40 33 26 54 39 33 24 29 50 35 20 42 35 61 60

RECORDS

Name Neil Dreiling Lynn Elliott Cliff Leiker Cliff Leiker Wayne Schumacher Cliff Leiker Cliff Leiker Jack Johnson Ron Morel Ken Caywood Dennis Spratt Dennis Spratt Ken Caywood John Woodworth John Woodworth

1984 1985 1986

John Woodworth Ron Hawley Ron Hawley Ron Hawley Dave Meter Dave Meter Terry Georgeson Sam Farmer Todd Dobbs Tony Workman Tony Workman Ralph Humphrey Marty Boxberger Marty Boxberger Eric Busenbark Randy Knox Frankie Neal Tyrone Tracy Tyrone Tracy Tyrone Tracy Kenny Crandall John Ruder John Ruder Lance Schwindt Lance Schwindt Lance Schwindt Kahn Powell Xavier Brown Patrick Minter Patrick Minter Nick Iano Rashaad Reed Michael Jackson Andre Freeman Thaddeus Brown Tyler Manwarren Jordan Hickel John Luke Snyder Matt Brevi Anthony Smith James Walker O.J. Murdock James Walker O.J. Murdock

Season Punting Leaders

Season Receiving Leaders Year 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971

1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983

THE MIAA

8 11 4 3 10 3 8 4 1 6 17 10 9 12 10 12 9 20 6 19 14 11 3 12 8 6 18 10 11 34 15 6 10 7 17 12 7 6 7 3 6 6 6 18 25

REVIEW

506 978 345 947 1325 697 997 660 731 1127 1562 1390 921 1790 1144 1287 1099 2600 848 3398 2494 1938 779 1089 878 799 2155 1550 1803 3497 1831 836 931 1279 1812 1817 829 957 1269 1805 1266 1293 895 2606 3513

OPPONENTS

42.6 46.1 34.4 40.1 41.4 42.9 45.1 52.4 40.7 49.7 48.5 53.4 41.9 52.3 47.9 51.2 45.3 50.8 42.1 60.0 47.9 47.4 44.3 45.5 37.6 40.6 48.7 46.3 53.0 57.8 56.6 49.3 45.5 43.2 46.6 53.1 52.3 42.4 52.0 49.7 55.0 52.9 43.5 61.0 59.5

PLAYERS

40 70 21 57 70 54 72 54 48 95 115 101 57 123 69 86 87 184 56 275 174 138 54 85 56 54 171 118 142 211 138 73 70 104 144 147 69 67 104 155 131 128 73 217 250

COACHES

94 152 61 142 169 126 159 103 118 191 237 189 136 235 144 168 192 362 133 458 363 291 122 187 149 133 351 254 268 365 244 148 154 241 309 277 132 158 200 312 238 242 168 356 420

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

Bob Johnson Leo Hayden John Covington John Covington Jonathan Douglas Jonathan Douglas Bruce Hawley Bruce Hawley Rick Peoples Greg Custer Skip Numrich Skip Numrich Rick Mondt Hoskin Hogan Rick Mondt Rick Mondt Mike Moore Robert Long Randy Fayette Robert Long Jeff Miller Craig Moddelmog Kelly Vigil Milt McGriggs Bryan Maring Damon Fisher Dustin McEwen Dustin McEwen Dustin McEwen Shawn Behr Joel McReynolds Joel McReynolds J.J. Selmon Andy Garcia Jason Brown Jason Brown Dustin Demel Reed Gottula Reed Gottula Reed Gottula Shane Jackson Ryne Salyer Mike Garrison Mike Garrison Mike Garrison

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1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

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YEARLY LEADERS 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Tom Harmon Bill Giles Todd Dobbs Todd Dobbs Ron Johnson Ron Johnson Tracy Harris Eric Busenbark Sam Holloway Henry Alexander Doug Ray Johnny Morin John Ruder John Ruder John Ruder Todd Pene Lonnie Matteson Roy Miller Jason Leonard Adam Ryan Adam Ryan Adam Ryan Adam Ryan Daniel Glynn Daniel Glynn Daniel Glynn Collin Jorden Tyler Elder Tyler Elder Tyler Elder Tyler Elder Ethan Kosjer Ethan Kosjer

Year 1957 1958 1959

Name Chuck Vernon Chuck Vernon Cliff Leiker Wayne Schumacher Cliff Leiker Wayne Schumacher Jerry Brown Dave Parker Dave Parker Max VanLaningham Bob Johnson Bob Johnson Bob Johnson Rich Dreiling Rich Dreiling Tommy Evans Tommy Evans Mike Sobba Steve Crosby Steve Crosby Blaine Johnson Tom Doll Dave Meter Tom Doll Terry Georgeson Jeff Briggs Jeff Briggs

23 42 33 38 62 55 49 31 44 27 39 63 70 55 55 63 45 72 53 64 60 75 69 48 61 72 44 63 47 61 61 43 42

830 1491 1256 1423 2468 2155 1696 1053 1757 947 1201 2428 2423 2115 2185 2376 1744 2618 2016 2514 2423 3179 2981 1801 2278 2735 1601 2409 1560 2420 2488 1734 1792

36.1 35.5 38.1 37.4 39.8 39.2 34.6 34.0 39.0 35.1 30.8 38.5 34.6 38.5 39.7 37.7 38.8 36.4 38.0 39.3 40.4 42.4 43.2 37.5 37.3 38.0 36.4 38.2 33.2 39.7 40.8 40.3 42.7

1981 Jeff Briggs 1982 Tony Workman 1983 Terry Thomas Ralph Humphrey 1984 Marty Boxberger 1985 Terry Thomas 1986 Frankie Neal 1987 Tyrone Tracy 1988 Tom Odle 1989 Tyrone Tracy 1990 Roy Miller 1991 Alfredo Hylton 1992 Roy Miller 1993 Ryan Achilles 1994 Ernest Williams 1995 Clint Bedore 1996 Emmett Pride 1997 Donald Gregory 1998 Donald Gregory 1999 Wes Simoneau 2000 Adam Ryan 2001 Wes Simoneau 2002 Dustin Demel 2003 Bryson Moore 2004 Jordan Hickel 2005 Justin Barr 2006 Jordan Hickel 2007 Justin Barr 2008 Anthony Smith Anthony Dickson Nathan Rausa Jacobb Irvin 2009 Nathan Rausa 2010 James Walker

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1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980

TD 8 5 4 4 4 4 4 9 16 2 10 14 10 6 6 10 9 0 9 9 4 8 8 11 8 10 11

PAT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 1 2 0 0 1 3 26 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0

FG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Points 48 30 24 24 24 24 24 54 96 19 60 85 63 36 36 62 60 35 54 54 24 48 48 68 52 60 66

7 9 9 9 7 17 9 18 0 11 0 10 0 0 9 18 14 14 10 0 0 0 10 0 10 0 6 0 5 5 0 5 0 13

0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 1 23 0 32 30 2 2 0 1 0 18 25 30 0 26 0 12 1 19 0 0 15 0 45 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 8 0 15 14 0 0 0 0 0 11 6 10 0 8 0 11 0 14 0 0 5 0 10 0

42 60 54 54 42 102 54 108 44 68 47 60 77 72 58 112 84 86 60 51 43 60 60 50 60 45 38 61 30 30 30 30 75 78

Season All-Purpose Leaders Year Name Rush Rec PR KR Total Avg 1986 Frankie Neal -3 846 0 0 843 93.7 1987 Tyrone Tracy 286 873 224 668 2051 205.1 1988 Tyrone Tracy 173 439 145 654 1411 156.8 1989 Tyrone Tracy 3 592 99 680 1374 137.4 1990 Kevin Pierre 420 70 182 27 699 63.6 1991 Alfredo Hylton 1135 64 0 0 1199 109.0 1992 John Ruder 14 651 238 27 930 84.6 1993 Clint Bedore 1619 192 155 16 1982 165.2 1994 Earnest Williams 980 96 0 134 1210 134.4 1995 Kahn Powell 0 1024 243 782 2049 170.8 1996 Xavier Brown 0 1269 266 0 1535 153.5 1997 Donald Gregory 1105 4 0 81 1190 108.2 1998 Donald Gregory 1155 45 0 0 1200 109.1 1999 Michael Sanders 923 21 39 136 1119 101.7 2000 Rashaad Reed 45 379 57 238 719 119.8 2001 Jason Broom 1196 51 0 0 1247 113.4 2002 Andre Freeman -3 553 263 323 1136 103.3 2003 Jeremy Rusco 651 68 0 0 719 71.9 2004 Reed Gottula 1184 0 0 0 1184 107.6 2005 Jordan Hickel 730 265 0 0 995 99.5 2006 Jordan Hickel 681 77 0 0 758 68.9 2007 Jordan Hickel 720 265 0 0 985 89.5 2008 Anthony Dickson 505 205 69 1 780 78.0 2009 James Walker 903 281 0 0 1184 107.6 2010 James Walker 857 525 0 0 1382 125.6 Note: Complete All-Purpose stats only go back to 1986 season


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Avg 10.4 12.3 22.0 7.7 7.6 7.8 7.8 8.0 8.0

TD NA NA NA 0 1 0 0 NA 0

Name Dave Jones Dennis Bean Terry Claycamp Terry Claycamp Paul Simmons Joe Kulbiski Not Available Not Available Not Available Not Available Bill Turner Fred Gillig Kent Griffin Fred Gillig Ron German Junior Hartig Junior Hartig Bruce Forney Doug Doubek Chris Honas Dan Gillig

102 107 102 188 17 50 70 64 59 129 157 161 241 101 155 147 169 224 145 99 182 171 238 155 194 243 266 283 259 42 106 162 263 149 173 153 71 149 131 349 21

7.8 17.8 6.8 15.6 1.7 4.5 5.8 4.0 4.8 10.8 6.5 13.4 15.1 4.8 9.1 11.3 13.0 14.9 10.4 8.3 14.0 7.1 10.8 8.2 8.8 9.7 11.6 9.4 10.4 3.2 13.2 8.1 16.4 14.9 10.2 10.9 6.5 8.3 13.1 38.8 2.3

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0

Season Tackles Leaders Tackles 107 84 128 105 117 116

Solo 53 53 87 53 51 14

Assists 54 31 41 52 66 102

83 81 98 122 114 150 125 99 79 109 91

48 44 61 59 72 82 84 39 56 67 61

35 37 37 63 42 68 41 60 23 42 30

HISTORY

Yards 73 185 132 92 190 133 94 32 73

Year 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984

13 6 15 12 10 11 12 16 13 12 24 12 16 21 17 13 13 15 14 12 13 24 22 19 22 25 23 30 25 13 8 20 16 10 17 14 11 18 10 9 9

RECORDS

Returns 7 15 6 12 25 17 12 4 9

Dennis Brown Dan Gardner Jonathan Douglas Lonnie White Lonnie White Gary Campas Blond Farmer Louis Pfortmiller Louis Pfortmiller Jim Wittman Brent Blau Brent Blau James Davis Vernon Dozier Vernon Dozier Mike Worth Kip Stewart Tyrone Tracy Tyrone Tracy Tyrone Tracy Kevin Pierre Kevin Pierre John Ruder Clint Bedore Donovan Johnson Kahn Powell Xavier Brown Jon Harper Johnny Vaughn Johnny Vaughn Michael Sanders Beau Rebel Andre Freeman Jamall Gaines Josh Todd John Luke Snyder Trevor Zott Trevor Zott C.J. Lovett C.J. Lovett Korey Allison

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Season Punt Return Leaders

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

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TD NA NA NA 0 0 0 0 NA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

OPPONENTS

Avg 24.8 26.4 18.5 25.9 23.4 27.0 21.8 19.6 21.9 19.0 18.1 21.4 32.1 23.5 18.2 18.5 18.6 23.1 24.5 20.1 20.1 19.4 20.9 18.9 16.6 21.8 22.3 25.2 27.2 23.1 23.8 21.3 24.4 29.0 27.9 24.2 25.7 25.6 29.3 26.7 17.8 20.7 20.2 32.2 23.1 18.7 19.9 27.2 18.0 20.7 15.7

PLAYERS

Name Dave Parker Dave Parker Max VanLaningham Max VanLaningham Max VanLaningham Bob Niles Ken Caywood Jack Georgeson Ken Caywood

Yards 422 211 241 233 351 135 196 274 351 363 218 470 289 188 309 240 334 369 270 321 341 210 167 284 149 305 668 654 680 300 499 510 660 579 782 291 257 384 322 320 302 435 243 322 370 430 556 463 324 683 251

COACHES

Year 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

Returns 17 8 13 9 15 5 9 14 16 19 12 22 9 8 16 13 18 16 11 16 17 16 8 15 9 14 30 26 25 13 21 24 27 20 28 12 10 15 11 12 17 21 12 10 16 23 28 17 18 33 16

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Name Dave Parker Dave Parker Charley Canty Jack Johnson Max VanLaningham Bob Niles Ron Goates Rich Dreiling Lionell Jenkins Dennis Brown Lionell Jenkins Steve Crosby Lonnie White Lonnie White Tom Doll Louis Pfortmiller Mike Boyd Brent Blau Mike Boyd Brent Blau Vernon Dozier Tracy Harris Vernon Dozier Vernon Dozier Kip Stewart Tyrone Tracy Tyrone Tracy Tyrone Tracy Tyrone Tracy Greg Smith Kevin Pierre Alvin Griffin Frank Martin, Jr. Kahn Powell Kahn Powell Tahki Bannister Rodney Mitchell Johnny Vaughn Jon Harper Michael Sanders Beau Rebel Jamall Gaines Andre Freeman Jamall Gaines Josh Todd Tyler Manwarren Trevor Zott Bryan Haynes A.J. Willis Kenny Kinard Ed Smith

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Season Kick Return Leaders Year 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

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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

Chris Honas Randy Jordan Duane Charbonneau Kurt Dinkel Mike Allen Doug Holthaus Ric Aschbrenner Dustin Bailey Dave Foster Jose Salcido Jose Salcido Jose Salcido Keith Eck Trent VanEaton Clay Scanlon Landon Frank Marc Henry Jace Pavlovich Shane Ohlde Marcus West Marcus West Dustin Dunn James Wideman Hoang Mai Zach Scruggs Allen Walker Nick Dreitz Alex Whitehill

108 92 59 70 82 115 141 140 117 117 95 130 117 73 90 97 66 101 70 101 97 76 76 77 64 77 89 114

56 58 35 31 54 70 98 70 68 74 71 90 71 36 32 50 43 43 33 64 58 40 41 39 38 46 38 56

52 34 24 39 28 45 43 70 49 43 24 40 46 37 58 47 23 58 37 37 39 36 35 38 26 31 51 58

Season Interception Leaders Year Name 1964 Gary Lingle 5 Others Tied 1965 Ed Dissinger 1966 Terry Claycamp 1967 Lynn Lashbrook 1968 Steve Seirer Jack Georgeson 1969 Jack Georgeson 1970 Lionell Jenkins 1971 Mike Hufstetler 3 Others Tied 1972 Jonathan Douglas 1973 Jonathan Douglas 2 Others Tied 1974 5 Tied 1975 5 Tied 1976 Robert Douglas 1977 Gary DuBois 1978 Gary DuBois 1979 Jim Wittman 1980 Brad Webb 1981 John Randall 1982 Ron Johnson 1983 Tracy Harris 1984 Pat Poore 1985 Jeff Carter 1986 Sam Holloway 1987 Dusty Trail 1988 Mike Allen 1989 Mike Allen 1990 Rick Masters 1991 Vashone Adams Dustin Bailey 1992 Jason Flax

INTs 1 1 4 6 3 3 3 4 4 2 2 5 3 3 1 1 5 5 6 3 5 5 4 6 5 4 3 3 4 4 6 3 3 3

Yards 36

Avg 36.0

TD 0

61 51 27 NA NA 11 9 42

15.3 8.5 9.0 NA NA 2.7 2.3 21.0

0 0 0 NA NA 0 0 1

23 39

4.6 13.0

0 0

NA NA 83 60 46 47 79 42 35 84 4 45 -2 27 0 10 10 92 53 58

NA NA 16.6 12.0 7.7 15.7 15.8 8.4 8.8 14.0 0.8 11.3 -0.7 9.0 0.0 2.5 1.7 30.7 17.7 19.3

NA NA 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

3 Tied 1993 James Hardy, Jr. 1994 Donovan Johnson Romario Johnson 1995 Keith Eck 1996 Romario Johnson 1997 Ryan Buchanan 1998 Donte Hughes Jon Harper 1999 Donte Hughes 2000 Marc Henry Michael Sanders 2001 Marc Henry Jace Pavlovich 2002 Brent Riedy Jaime Lopez 2003 Mike Wooten 2004 Mike Wooten 2005 Collin Jorden 2006 C.J. Lovett 2007 Jason Carr 2008 Jason Carr 2009 C.J. Lovett 2010 Tim Parker

3 7 3 3 5 5 6 2 2 3 2 2 3 3 2 2 4 4 2 4 3 4 4 3

92 20 6 80 27 55 33 21 76 29 5 33 14 67 16 7 34 22 48 59 44 62 0

13.1 6.7 2.0 16.0 5.4 9.2 16.5 10.5 25.3 14.5 2.5 11.0 4.7 33.5 8.0 1.8 8.5 11.0 12.0 19.7 11.0 15.5 0

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

Season Sacks Leaders Year Name 1981 Chris Honas Harold Dumas 1982 Dion Fellows 1983 Rusty Cole 1984 Rene Ford 1985 Sammy Taamilo 1986 Sammy Taamilo 1987 Frank Brown 1988 Charles Tribble 1989 Andy Adkins 1990 Greg Yost 1991 Chad Criqui 1992 Jared Marshall Chad Criqui James Smallwood 1993 Jared Marshall 1994 Steve Porter 1995 Daren Organ Jason Flax 1996 Michael Harge 1997 Ty Stucky 1998 Trevell Smittick 1999 Trevell Smittick 2000 Casey Seyfert 2001 Casey Seyfert 2002 Kyle Peters 2003 Jason Dechant 2004 Marcus West 2005 Jason Hill 2006 Isaiah Burnette Alonzo McAdoo 2007 Jason Hill 2008 Garrett Nikkel 2009 Jacob Crossman 2010 Jacob Crossman

Sacks 4 4 7 8 6 6 5 6 9 10 9 8 5 5 5 8 5 6 6 6 7 12 8.5 6.5 7 6 5 5 7 3 3 10 3 5.5 9

Yards NA NA NA NA NA NA 28 41 71 61 61 57 28 24 21 35 21 28 24 35 23 75 59 56 53 37 26 23 36 24 16 78 18 30 61


TEAM RECORDS

Rushing Yards In A Game - 572 at Southern Colorado, 10/31/1970 Attempts In A Game - 79 vs. Wayne State (Neb.), 9/27/1997 Yards In A Season - 2,996, 1991 (11 games) Attempts In A Season - 648, 1978 (12 games) Rushing Average Per Game In A Season - 281.1, 1970 (10 games) Rushing Touchdowns In A Season - 31, 1991 (11 games)

Passing Yards In A Game - 467 vs. Kearney State, 10/5/1985 Yards In A Season - 3,676, 1995 (12 games) Attempts In A Game - 65 vs. Pittsburg State, 10/15/1983 Attempts In A Season - 473, 1986 (10 games) Completions In A Game - 38 vs. Missouri Western, 9/28/1985 Completions In A Season - 276, 1985 (10 games) Passing Average Per Game In A Season - 340.9, 1985 (10 games) Passing Touchdowns In A Season - 35, 1995 (12 games)

Interceptions In A Game - 8, vs. Wayne State (Neb.), 10/6/1984 Interceptions In A Season - 27, 1993 (12 games)

Fumbles Fumbles Recovered In A Game 6, vs. St. Benedict’s, 10/29/1955 at Nebraska-Omaha, 10/15/1960 at Southern Colorado, 11/16/1974 Fumbles Recovered In A Season - 23, 1981 (11 games)

Scoring

Sacks In A Season - 37, 1989 (10 games) & 1992 (11 games)

Penalties Fewest Penalties In A Season - 41, 2006 & 2009 (11 games)

Streaks

Scoring Defense

Best Record

Third-Down Conversions (Since 1986) Conversion Percentage In A Season - 43.8%, 2009 (64-of-146)

Fourth-Down Conversions (Since 1986)

Overall - 7-0, 1917 Most Wins In A Season - 8, 1935, 1983, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1995

RECORDS

Shutouts In A Season - 5, 1917 & 1933 Fewest Points Allowed In A Season (Collegiate Only) - 27, 1917 (7 games) Most Points Allowed In A Game - 66 vs. NW Missouri State, 10/31/09 Most Points Allowed In A Season - 402, 2009

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Conversion Percentage In A Season - 60.5%, 2006 (23-of-38)

Consecutive Wins - 12, 2nd game,1916, to 7th game, 1917 Consecutive Losses - 16, 5th game, 1968, to 7th game, 1970 Consecutive Games Without Being Shutout - 97 9th game, 1963, to 4th game, 1974 Consecutive Shutouts - 3, 5 occurrences (last during 1931 season) Consecutive Games Without Scoring - 4 8th game, 1941, to 2nd game, 1942 Consecutive Ties - 2, 3 occurrences (last during 1952 season)

REVIEW

Points In A Game (All-Time) - 125 vs. Salina All-Stars, 11/27/1913 Points In A Game (Collegiate Only) - 62 vs. Mesa State, 10/14/1995 & vs. Wayne State (Neb.), 9/27/1997 Points In A Season - 446, 1995 (12 games) Points Per Game In A Season - 37.2, 1995 (12 games) Total Touchdowns In A Season - 63, 1995 (12 games) Touchdowns Per Game In A Season - 5.3, 1995 (12 games)

Sacks

OPPONENTS

Yards In A Game - 761 at Southern Colorado, 10/31/1970 (572 rushing, 189 passing) Yards In A Season - 5,403, 1995 (12 games) (1,727 Rushing, 3,676 Passing) Total Plays In A Season - 854, 1978 (12 games) Average Yards Per Play In A Season - 6.5, 2010 (11 games)

PLAYERS

Total Offense

Interceptions

COACHES

Fewest Yards Allowed In A Game 44 vs. Panhandle State, 11/16/1991 Fewest Yards Allowed In A Season 1,899, 1967 (8 games) Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed In A Game (-24), at Chadron State, 10/31/1992 Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed In A Season 1,078, 1967 (8 games) Fewest Passing Yards Allowed In A Game 0, at Pittsburg State, 9/10/1994 at Washburn, 10/16/1975 vs. Pittsburg State, 11/5/1966 at St. Benedict’s, 11/3/1962 vs. Southwestern College, 10/12/1957 Fewest Passing Yards Allowed In A Season 503, 1965 (9 games)

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

Total Defense

Season - 239, 2010 (11 games) Game (Since 1984) - 32 vs. Black Hills State, 9/20/1986

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Most Points in a Season: 1. 446 1995 2. 365 2009 3. 320 1993 4. 315 1996 5. 313 2010 6. 312 1991 7. 303 1992 8. 302 1997 9. 300 2002 10. 297 1985 297 1970 Most First Downs in a Season: 1. 239 2010 2. 237 1995 3. 235 2009 4. 221 1994 221 1991 6. 219 1985 7. 215 1983 8. 211 1993 9. 204 1998 10. 202 1997 202 1978 Rushing Yards: 1. 2,996 2. 2,811 3. 2,695 4. 2,576 5. 2,529 6. 2,421 7. 2,420 8. 2,327 9. 2,320 10. 2,303

1991 1970 2004 1993 1978 1998 1997 2001 1966 1996

Rushing Attempts: 1. 648 2. 580 3. 575 4. 555 5. 552 6. 551 7. 549 549 9. 533 10. 522

1978 1991 1970 1974 1990 1997 1993 1975 1966 1994

Avg. Yards Rushing per Game: 1. 281.1 1970 2. 272.4 1991 3. 257.8 1966 4. 251.3 1965 5. 245.0 2004 6. 230.3 1996 7. 227.8 1957 8. 227.0 1973 9. 220.1 1998 10. 220.0 1997 Rushing Touchdowns: 1. 31 1991 2. 29 2004 3. 28 1970 4. 27 1997

5. 26 26 26 8. 25 9. 24 24 24

2002 1996 1993 1962 1994 1957 2003

Passing Attempts: 1. 473 2. 461 3. 423 4. 389 5. 375 6. 357 7. 356 8. 341 9. 335 335

1986 1985 2010 1995 1983 2009 1992 1999 1987 2007

Passing Completions: 1. 276 1985 2. 250 2010 3. 225 1986 4. 222 1995 5. 218 2009 6. 190 1983 7. 173 1992 8. 169 2007 9. 159 2001 159 2005 Avg. Yards Passing per Game: 1. 340.9 1985 2. 319.4 2010 3. 315.0 1986 4. 306.3 1995 5. 247.5 1983 6. 236.7 2009 7. 206.1 1987 8. 204.5 1996 9. 197.3 1992 10. 188.1 1982 Passing Touchdowns: 1. 35 1995 2. 25 2010 3. 22 1983 4. 19 1985 5. 18 1981 18 1986 18 1992 18 2009 9. 17 1976 17 1982 17 1996 17 2000 Total Offense (Yards): 1. 5,403 1995 2. 5,049 2010 3. 4,651 1985 4. 4,348 1996 5. 4,319 2001 6. 4,318 1983 7. 4,312 1970 8. 4,260 2009 9. 4,226 1993 10. 4,135 1998

Total Plays: 1. 854 2. 842 3. 838 4. 815 5. 797 6. 785 6. 784 7. 778 8. 776 9. 774 10. 771

1978 1995 1993 1983 1994 1977 1975 2001 1970 2010 1972

Fewest Penalties: 1. 41 41 3. 42 4. 44 5. 45 6. 48 7. 49 8. 50 9. 51 10. 52 52

2006 2009 1979 1961 1968 1980 1960 1962 1967 2005 2010

Sacks: 1. 37 37 3. 36 36 5. 34 34 7. 32 8. 31 31 10. 30 30

1989 1992 1990 1993 1999 1995 1998 2001 1994 1984 1988

Total Touchdowns: 1. 63 2. 48 3. 43 43 5. 42 42 42 42 9. 41 10. 40 40 40

1995 2009 1996 1991 2002 1985 1970 2010 1993 2004 1997 1983

Home Attendance (NCAA II only): 1. 27,197 2010 2. 21,596 2007 3. 21,195 1995 4. 19,191 2008 5. 18.201 2009 6. 17,581 2003 7. 16,925 1996 8. 16,332 1993 9. 15,811 1997 10. 15,590 2004


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FHSU CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

1917 Kansas Conference Champions 7-0 Overall (6-0 KIAC)

1921 Kansas Conference Champions 6-1 Overall (6-0 KIAC)

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1935 Central Intercollegiate Conference Co-Champions 8-2 Overall (3-1 CIC)


FHSU CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS FORT HAYS STATE FOOTBALL FACILITIES COACHES PLAYERS

1936 Central Intercollegiate Conference Champions 6-3 Overall (4-0 CIC)

OPPONENTS REVIEW

1954 Central Intercollegiate Conference Co-Champions 7-2 Overall (4-1 CIC)

THE MIAA RECORDS

1966 Central Intercollegiate Conference Co-Champions 7-2 Overall (3-1 CIC)

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1976 Central States Intercollegiate Conference Co-Champions 5-4 Overall (5-1 CSIC)

1993 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Champions 8-4 Overall (6-1 RMAC)

1995 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Co-Champions 8-2-2 Overall (6-0-1 RMAC)


FHSU NCAA DIVISION II ALL-AMERICANS FORT HAYS STATE

James Hardy, DB 1993 NCAA II 3rd Team

Shawn Behr, QB 1995 AP Little 1st Team 1995 NCAA II 3rd Team

Keith Eck, DB 1995 NCAA II 3rd Team 1996 NCAA II 2nd Team

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

Roy Miller, K

1992 AP Little 3rd Team

COACHES

1995 NCAA II 1st Team 1995 AP Little Honorable Mention

Xavier Brown, WR 1996 AP Little 2nd Team 1996 NCAA II Honorable Mention

Ryan Martin, OL

1996 NCAA II Honorable Mention

PLAYERS

Lance Schwindt, FL

OPPONENTS

2000 NCAA II 1st Team 2000 Daktronics 1st Team

Tyler Strong, OL

REVIEW

Adam Ryan, P

2003 NCAA II Honorable Mention 2003 Daktronics Honorable Mention

C.J. Lovett, CB

2008 Don Hansen’s Honorable Mention

THE MIAA RECORDS

2010 Don Hansen’s 2nd Team

O.J. Murdock, WR

2010 Don Hansen’s 3rd Team 2010 D2Football.com Honorable Mention

HISTORY

Jacob Crossman, DL

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AP Little All-Americans 1933 Floyd Sexton, Abilene, Kan. HM 1934 Floyd Sexton, Abilene, Kan. HM 1935 Dennis McKee, Simpson, Kan. HM Ed Bender, Luray, Kan. HM 1936 Ralph Huffman, Simpson, Kan. 1948 Jack Hague, Oberlin, Kan., HM 1950 Robert Wahlmeire, HM Steve Garrity, HM 1960 Cliff Leiker, Hays, Kan. 1962 DB-Dave Parker, Tonganoxie, Kan., HM 1963 C-Ken Palmgren, Levant, Kan., HM 1964 LB-Dave Jones, Dodge City, Kan., 2nd 1965 QB-Robert Johnson, Logan, Kan., HM 1966 QB-Robert Johnson, Logan, Kan., HM 1970 TB-Tommy Evans, Plattsburg, Mo., HM 1973 TB-Steve Crosby, Pawnee Rock, Kan., HM 1975 RB-Tom Doll, Claflin, Kan., HM 1976 QB-Skip Numrich, Scott City, Kan., HM DL-Jim Homolka, Claflin, Kan., HM WR-Dave Meter, Gering, Neb., HM 1992 PK-Roy Miller, Sheridan, Colo., 3rd 1995 QB-Shawn Behr, Great Bend, Kan., 1st FL-Lance Schwindt, Fort Morgan, Colo., HM 1996 WR-Xavier Brown, Thornton, Colo., 2nd 2003 OL-Tyler Strong, Medicine Lodge, Kan., HM NAIA All-Americans 1962 DB-Dave Parker, Tonganoxie, Kan., 1st 1964 LB-Dave Jones, Dodge City, Kan., 2nd DT-Ken Dreiling, Victoria, Kan., HM 1965 QB-Robert Johnson, Logan, Kan., HM DE-Jon Mastin, Wichita, Kan., HM OG-Larry Noffsinger, Phillipsburg, Kan., HM DL-Dennis Beam, Phillipsburg, Kan., HM 1966 QB-Robert Johnson, Logan, Kan., HM 1970 TB-Tommy Evans, Plattsburg, Mo., HM LB-Roy Humphrey, Garden City, Kan., Kodak 2nd 1971 SE-John Woodworth, Halstead, Kan., HM 1975 RB-Tom Doll, Claflin, Kan., HM SE-Ron Hawley, Phillipsburg, Kan., HM LB-Chris Cullen, Pueblo, Colo., HM 1976 QB-Skip Numrich, Scott City, Kan., HM 1977 DL-Jim Homolka, Claflin, Kan., 2nd 1980 LB-Junior Hartig, Ellinwood, Kan., HM 1982 TE-Tony Workman, Goodland, Kan., 1st DB-Ron Johnson, Concordia, Kan., HM 1983 LB-Chris Honas, Ellis, Kan., HM QB-Robert Long, Macon, Mo., HM OT-Richard Lowe, Bovina, Texas, HM 1985 QB-Robert Long, Macon, Mo., 1st SB-Eric Busenbark, Larned, Kan., 1st 1986 DT-Les Miller, Arkansas City, Kan., HM 1987 SB-Tyrone Tracy, Indianapolis, Ind., HM 1989 DB-Mike Allen, Denver, Colo., HM OT-Joe Karas, Fort Morgan, Colo., HM FL-Tyrone Tracy, Indianapolis, Ind., HM 1990 LB-Mike Allen, Denver, Colo., 1st DT-Greg Yost, Gorham, Kan., 1st DT-Frank Brown, Cape May, N.J., 2nd OT-Dave Lannon, Westminster, Calif., 2nd TE-Chris Capettini, Wheat Ridge, Colo., HM 1991 TE-Chris Capettini, Wheat Ridge, Colo., 1st OT-Dave Lannon, Westminster, Calif., 1st DE-Kevin Wright, Plainville, Kan., 1st LB-Dustin Bailey, Medicine Lodge, Kan., 2nd TB-Alfredo Hylton, Brooklyn, N.Y., HM PK-Roy Miller, Sheridan, Colo., HM NCAA Division II All-Americans 1993 DB-James Hardy, Denver, Colo., 3rd 1995 QB-Shawn Behr, Great Bend, Kan., 3rd DB-Keith Eck, Andale, Kan., 3rd FL-Lance Schwindt, Fort Morgan, Colo., 1st

1996 DB-Keith Eck, Andale, Kan., 2nd WR-Xavier Brown, Thornton, Colo., HM OC-Ryan Martin, McPherson, Kan., HM 2000 P-Adam Ryan, Melbourne, Australia, 1st 2003 OL-Tyler Strong, Medicine Lodge, Kan., HM Daktronics NCAA II All-Americans 2000 P-Adam Ryan, Melbourne, Australia, 1st Don Hansen’s Football Gazette NCAA II All-Americans 2008 DB-C.J. Lovett, Thornton, Colo., HM 2010 DL-Jacob Crossman, Haysville, Kan. 2nd WR-O.J. Murdock, Tampa, Fla. 3rd

ALL-STATE 1915 Martin Peterson, Monument, Kan., 1st 1916 Rex Welty, Hill City, Kan., 2nd 1917 Rex Welty, Hill City, Kan., 1st Ralph Archer, Great Bend, Kan., 1st Paul “Busch” Gross, Hays, Kan., HM 1919 G. Tubbs, 1st Lynn Ordway, Plainville, Kan., 2nd Jacob “Bunny” Gross, Hays, Kan., 3rd Paul “Busch” Gross, Hays, Kan., HM Reece Cave, Hays, Kan., HM 1920 Lynn Ordway, Plainville, Kan., 2nd 1921 Paul “Busch” Gross, Hays, Kan., 2nd Ernest “Pete” Albert, Hays, Kan., 2nd John Byrd, Bloomington, Kan., 3rd Elmer Ringe, Hays, Kan., 3rd 1923 Floris Shade, Hays, Kan., 3rd 1924 John Byrd, Bloomington, Kan., 1st Burr DeWald, Smith Center, Kan., HM 1926 Andrew Riegel, Ford, Kan., HM 1928 Earle Traylor, Arnold, Kan., 2nd Byron Rogers, Jennings, Kan., 2nd Harlow Anderson, HM 1929 Joe Mahoney, Bunker Hill, Kan., 2nd Julius Bahl, Hays, Kan., HM 1930 Warren Portenier, Golden, Colo., 2nd 1933 Floyd Sexton, Abilene, Kan., 1st 1934 Floyd Sexton, Abilene, Kan., 1st 1935 Sylvester Palmer, Natoma, Kan. ,1st Dennis McKee, Simpson, Kan., 2nd 1936 Ralph Huffman, Simpson, Kan., 1st Bill Reissig, Bunker Hill, Kan., 2nd Herbert Bender, Luray, Kan., 2nd Rudolph Skubal, Jennings, Kan., 3rd Ward Riegel, Ford, Kan., 3rd 1937 Chet Mitchell, Montezuma, Kan., 2nd 1938 Ward Riegel, Ford, Kan., 3rd 1939 Osmund Hunley, St. John, Kan., 2nd

ALL-DISTRICT 10 (NAIA) 1963 LB-Dave Jones, Dodge City, Kan. C-Ken Palmgren, Levant, Kan. 1964 LB-Dave Jones, Dodge City, Kan. DT-Ken Dreiling, Victoria, Kan. 1965 QB-Robert Johnson, Logan, Kan. OG-Larry Noffsinger, Phillipsburg, Kan. LB-Gordon Mauch, Clifton, Kan. DL-Dennis Bean, Phillipsburg, Kan. DE-Jon Mastin, Wichita, Kan. FB-Bob Anthony, Kensington, Kan. E-Ron Morel, Palco, Kan. DT-Bernie Blevins, Yates Center, Kan. OT-Jim Erickson, Scandia, Kan. FB-Rich Dreiling, Victoria, Kan. DB-Max VanLaningham, Concordia, Kan. 1966 QB-Robert Johnson, Logan, Kan. OG-Larry Noffsinger, Phillipsburg, Kan. FB-Rich Dreiling, Victoria, Kan. DT-Bernie Blevins, Yates Center, Kan. 1968 FB-Rich Dreiling, Victoria, Kan. LB-Paul Simons, Denton, Kan.

1969 TB-Tommy Evans, Plattsburg, Mo. 1970 TB-Tommy Evans, Plattsburg, Mo. SE-John Woodworth, Halstead, Kan. C-Mike Butler, Marysville, Kan. OG-Jim Murray, Pittsburgh, Pa. LB-Roy Humphrey, Garden City, Kan. 1971 SE-John Woodworth, Halstead, Kan. PK-Mike Sobba, Wichita, Kan. 1972 SE-John Woodworth, Halstead, Kan. RB-Steve Crosby, Pawnee Rock, Kan. 1973 RB-Steve Crosby, Pawnee Rock, Kan. WR-Ron Hawley, Phillipsburg, Kan. 1974 DB-Steve Simpson, Highland, Kan. 1975 FB-Tom Doll, Claflin, Kan. WR-Ron Hawley, Phillipsburg, Kan. LB-Chris Cullen, Pueblo, Colo. 1976 QB-Skip Numrich, Scott City, Kan. DB-Kent Griffin, Douglas, Wyo. K-Brian Shriwise 1977 DL-Jim Homolka, Claflin, Kan. WR-David Meter, Gering, Neb. QB-Skip Numrich, Scott City, Kan. 1978 Information Not Available 1979 LB-Junior Hartig, Ellinwood, Kan. 1980 OL-Mike Norris, Inglewood, Calif. LB-Junior Hartig, Ellinwood, Kan. 1981 TE-Phil Brethower, Bird City, Kan. P -Ron Johnson, Concordia, Kan. 1982 TE-Tony Workman, Goodland, Kan. OL-Richard Lowe, Bovina, Texas DB-Ron Johnson, Concordia, Kan. 1983 OL-Richard Lowe, Bovina, Texas QB-Robert Long, Macon, Mo. LB-Chris Honas, Ellis, Kan. 1984 WR-Marty Boxberger, Russell, Kan. DB-Pat Poore, Stockton, Kan. 1985 QB-Robert Long, Macon, Mo. SB-Eric Busenbark, Larned, Kan. OT-Greg Hammond, Phoenix, Ariz. 1986 DT-Les Miller, Arkansas City, Kan. SE-Randy Knox, Indianapolis, Ind. OT-Howard Hood, Kerrville, Texas 1987 SB-Tyrone Tracy, Indianapolis, Ind. 1988 OL-Bryan Jones, Seattle, Wash. DB-Mike Allen, Denver, Colo. P-Johnny Morin, Tahoka, Texas 1989 OT-Joe Karas, Fort Morgan, Colo. DB-Mike Allen, Denver, Colo. FL-Tyrone Tracy, Indianapolis, Ind. 1990 LB-Mike Allen, Denver, Colo. DT-Greg Yost, Gorham, Kan. DT-Frank Brown, Cape May, N.J. OT-Dave Lannon, Westminster, Calif. TE-Chris Capettini, Wheat Ridge, Colo. 1991 LB-Dustin Bailey, Medicine Lodge, Kan. TB-Alfredo Hylton, Brooklyn, N.Y. OT-Dave Lannon, Westminster, Calif. P-John Ruder, Victoria, Kan. DL-Kevin Wright, Plainville, Kan.

ALL-REGION (NCAA DIVISION II) All-West Region 1993 DT-Aaron Mata, La Junta, Colo.(1st) DB-James Hardy, Jr., Denver, Colo.(1st) LB-David Foster, Beloit, Kan.(2nd) 1994 OL-Woody Bryant, Dayton, Ohio(2nd) LB-Jose Salcido, Douglas, Ariz.(2nd) 1995 QB-Shawn Behr, Great Bend, Kan.(1st) DB-Keith Eck, Andale, Kan.(1st) DL-Daren Organ, Atwood, Kan.(1st) SE-Kahn Powell, Pontiac, Mich.(1st) OLB-Jose Salcido, Douglas, Ariz.(1st) FL-Lance Schwindt, Fort Morgan, Colo.(1st) OL-Woody Bryant, Dayton, Ohio(2nd)


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DB-C.J. Lovett, Thornton, Colo.(2nd-Daktronics) KR-C.J. Lovett, Thornton, Colo.(2nd-Daktronics & FB Gazette) RB-James Walker, Pacoima, Calif.(3rd-FB Gazette) OL-Wesley Yarbough, Missouri City, Texas(3rd-FB Gazette) P-Ethan Kosjer, Douglass, Kan.(3rd-FB Gazette) DL-Jacob Crossman, Haysville, Kan. (1st-Daktronics & FB Gazette) WR-O.J. Murdock, Tampa, Fla. (2nd-FB Gazette) RB-James Walker, Pacoima, Calif. (3rd-FB Gazette)

Greg Custer, Quinter, Kan. (1st) P-Ron Johnson, Concordia, Kan. (1st) DE-Paul Nelson, WaKeeney, Kan. (1st) DE-Paul Nelson, WaKeeney, Kan. (1st) OL-Dean Gengler, Beloit, Kan. (1st) LB-Mike Allen, Denver, Colo. (2nd) LB-David Foster, Beloit, Kan. (2nd) OL-Jami Deters, Vermillion, Kan. (2nd) LB-Trent VanEaton, Stockton, Kan. (2nd) 2000 P-Adam Ryan, Melbourne, Australia (1st) 2001 DL-Casey Seyfert, Beloit, Kan., (1st)

ALL-CONFERENCE

REVIEW THE MIAA RECORDS HISTORY

Central Intercollegiate Conference 1928 Earle Traylor, Arnold, Kan. (2nd) Harlow Anderson (2nd) 1929 Joe Mahoney, Bunker Hill, Kan. (2nd) Sidney Zeigler, Codell, Kan. (2nd) 1930 T-Warren Portenier, Golden, Colo. (1st) 1931 QB-Jess Woodruff, Minneapolis, Kan. (2nd) G-Merwin Wilson, Mulvane, Kan. (2nd) 1932 QB-Floyd Sexton, Abilene, Kan. (1st) E-Tine Harbaugh, Bunker Hill, Kan. (2nd) 1933 QB-Floyd Sexton, Abilene, Kan. (1st) T-Rennie Zeigler, Codell, Kan. (1st) G-Frank Dreiling, Hays, Kan. (1st) C-Art Rogers, Jennings, Kan. (2nd) T-Ed Bender, Luray, Kan. (2nd) RB-Sylvester Palmer, Natoma, Kan. (2nd) FB-Bill Bearley, Atwood, Kan. (2nd) G-Dennis McKee, Simpson, Kan. (2nd) 1934 T-Rennie Zeigler, Codell, Kan. (1st) G-Dennis McKee, Simpson, Kan. (1st) QB-Floyd Sexton, Abilene, Kan. (1st) RB-Sylvester Palmer, Natoma, Kan. (1st) T-Ed Bender, Luray, Kan. (1st) E-George Gruver, Manning, Kan. (2nd) C-Frank Dreiling, Hays, Kan. (2nd) 1935 RB-Sylvester Palmer, Natoma, Kan. (1st) G-Dennis McKee, Simpson, Kan. (1st) T-Ed Bender, Luray, Kan. (2nd) E-George Gruver, Manning, Kan. (2nd) G-Frank Dreiling, Hays, Kan. (2nd) C-Ralph Huffman, Simpson, Kan. (2nd) HB-Alvin Staab, Hays, Kan. (2nd) 1936 C-Ralph Huffman, Simpson, Kan. (1st) E-Bill Reissig, Bunker Hill, Kan. (1st) T-Rudolph Skubal, Jennings, Kan. (1st) RB-Ward Riegel, Ford, Kan. (1st) FB-Herbert Bender, Luray, Kan. (1st)

OPPONENTS

Kansas Intercollegiate Athletic Conference 1915 Martin Peterson, Monument, Kan. 1917 Rex Welty, Hill City, Kan. Ralph Archer, Great Bend, Kan. 1924 John Byrd, Bloomington, Kan.

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1951 B-Marion Schmidt, Hays, Kan. (1st) T-Francis Haas, Hays, Kan. (1st) G-Don “Rocky” Rorabaugh, Smith Center, Kan. (2nd) G-Harland Dietz, Pratt, Kan. (HM) B-Gene Hess, Herington, Kan. (HM) B-Kayo McGillivray, Ulysses, Kan. (HM) B-Eldon Matal, Otis, Kan. (HM) FB-Leon Roberts, Lewis, Kan. (HM) 1952 G-Don “Rocky” Rorabaugh, Smith Center, Kan. (1st) E-Alan Feist, Claflin, Kan. (HM) T-Curtis DeBey, Downs, Kan. (HM) B-Gene Jaco, Plainville, Kan. (HM) FB-Richard Lousch, Coldwater, Kan. (HM) E-Bob Sweazy, Colby, Kan. (HM) B-Merlyn Moeckel, Sylvia, Kan. (HM) 1953 G-Don “Rocky” Rorabaugh, Smith Center, Kan. (1st) B-Kayo McGillivray, Ulysses, Kan. (2nd) T-Charlie Stahl, Plainville, Kan. (2nd) E-Bob Sweazy, Colby, Kan. (HM) T-Jim Sackrider, Wamego, Kan. (HM) G-Pete Koerner, Hays, Kan. (HM) G-Jack Wolfe, Chase, Kan. (HM) FB-Cleo Dome, Cimarron, Kan. (HM) B-Gene Jaco, Plainville, Kan. (HM) 1954 Cletus Dreiling, Hays, Kan. (1st) Jack Wolfe, Chase, Kan. (1st) Bill Shipman, Plainville, Kan. (1st) Curtis DeBey, Downs, Kan. (1st) Otho Sweazy, Colby, Kan. (1st) Marion Schmidt, Hays, Kan. (2nd) Gilbert Pruyn, Ellsworth, Kan. (2nd) Jim Sackrider, Wamego, Kan. (2nd) Ronald Miller, Elmo, Kan. (HM) Toby Johnson, Solomon, Kan. (HM) Gene Jaco, Plainville, Kan. (HM) 1955 Bill Shipman, Plainville, Kan. (1st) Richard Lousch, Coldwater, Kan. (1st) Cletus Dreiling, Hays, Kan. (2nd) Otho Sweazy, Colby, Kan. (2nd) 1956 Toby Johnson, Solomon, Kan. (HM) 1957 Dennis Stegman, Ness City, Kan. (1st) Leroy Brungardt, Hays, Kan. (2nd) Charles Vernon, Norcatur, Kan. (2nd) 1958 Dennis Stegman, Ness City, Kan. (1st) Neil Dreiling, Hays, Kan. (1st) Charles Vernon, Norcatur, Kan. (1st) Charles Stahl, Plainville, Kan. (2nd) 1959 E-Cliff Leiker, Hays, Kan. (1st) B-Darrell Hildebrand, Hill City, Kan. (2nd) C-Ron Campbell, Glassport, Pa. (2nd) T-Gary Goodheart, Russell, Kan. (HM) G-Roland Buehler, Claflin, Kan. (HM) 1960 E-Cliff Leiker, Hays, Kan. (1st) B-Wayne Schumacher, Hays, Kan. (1st) T-Jim Baird, Brewster, Kan. (HM) C-Ron Campbell, Glassport, Pa. (HM) B-Jim Hooten, Wellington, Kan. (HM) 1961 B-Dave Parker, Tonganoxie, Kan. (2nd) B-Wayne Schumacher, Hays, Kan. (2nd) T-Jim Baird, Brewster, Kan. (2nd) T-Ron Gardner, Abilene, Kan. (HM) G-Kirk Pope, Selden, Kan. (HM) G-Larry Dreiling, Hays, Kan. (HM) G-Jim Sanderson, LaCrosse, Kan. (HM) C-Jerry Strecker, Russell, Kan. (HM) B-James Lee, Cummings, Kan. (HM) B-Steve Worley, Clay Center, Kan. (HM) 1962 RB-Dave Parker, Tonganoxie, Kan. (1st) DB-James Lee, Cummings, Kan. (1st Defense) RB-James Lee, Cummings, Kan. (2nd Offense) E-Cliff Leiker, Hays, Kan. (2nd Offense) DB-Cliff Leiker, Hays, Kan. (2nd Defense) OG-Larry Dreiling, Hays, Kan. (2nd) OT-Ron Gardner, Abilene, Kan. (2nd) DE-Bill Walters, Hays, Kan. (2nd) DL-Jack Hazlett, Minneapolis, Kan. (2nd)

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

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T-Chet Mitchell, Montezuma, Kan. (2nd) E-James Sampson, Hays, Kan. (2nd) QB-Eugene Niewald, Bison, Kan. (2nd) 1937 E-James Sampson, Hays, Kan. (1st) T-Chet Mitchell, Montezuma, Kan. (1st) FB-Hebert Bender, Luray, Kan. (1st) 1938 E-Keith Elder, Woodston, Kan. (1st) HB-Ward Riegel, Ford, Kan. (2nd) G-Tom Mosier, Hoxie, Kan. (2nd) HB-Paul Stenger, Hays, Kan. (2nd) 1939 HB-Osmund Hunley, St. John, Kan. (1st) FB-Silas Clifton, Fort Dodge, Kan. (HM) G-John Renner, Oakley, Kan. (HM) 1940 HB-Bill Paronto, Hays, Kan. (1st) T-Joe Jellison, Lincoln, Kan. (1st) E-Marion Stalcup, St. John, Kan. (2nd) G-John Renner, Oakley, Kan. (2nd) T-Norman Ehrlich, Oakley, Kan. (2nd) 1941 T-Otis Skubal, Jennings, Kan. (1st) HB-Paul Kennedy, Hays, Kan. (HM) HB-John Lane, Lincoln, Kan. (HM) G-Waldean Hooper, Smith Center, Kan. (HM) E-Paul Miller, Hays, Kan. (HM) C-Winfred Kobler, Morland, Kan. (HM) T-Levi DeWees, Medicine Lodge, Kan. (HM) FB-Silas Clifton, Fort Dodge, Kan. (HM) 1943-45 No Competition (World War II) 1946 T-Joe Jellison, Lincoln, Kan. (1st) Paul Andree, Otis, Kan. (2nd) Rex Marxmiller, Smith Center, Kan. (2nd) Harry Johnston, Zurich, Kan. (HM) Kenneth Guthrie, Wellington, Kan. (HM) Wendell Stull, Palco, Kan. (HM) Roger Wentz, Wellington, Kan. (HM) Vincent King, Barnard, Kan. (HM) Jack Hague, Oberlin, Kan. (HM) Ray Huffman, Asherville, Kan. (HM) 1947 T-Joe Jellison, Lincoln, Kan. (1st) C-Paul Andree, Otis, Kan. (1st) HB-Jack Hague, Oberlin, Kan. (1st) G-Wendell Stull, Palco, Kan. (1st) G-Archie Harman, Kinsley, Kan. (2nd) E-Don Leuszler, Almena, Kan. (HM) E-Harry Johnston, Zurich, Kan. (HM) Kenneth Guthrie, Wellington, Kan. (HM) Al Billinger, Hays, Kan. (HM) Rex Marxmiller, Smith Center, Kan. (HM) Lew Comer, National City, Calif. (HM) 1948 HB-Jack Hague, Oberlin, Kan. (1st) E-Don Leuszler, Almena, Kan. (2nd) T-Charlie Johnson, Hays, Kan. (2nd) G-Ray Skubal, Jennings, Kan. (2nd) C-Paul Andree, Otis, Kan. (2nd) E-Don Nichol, Palco, Kan. (HM) G-Archie Harman, Kinsley, Kan. (HM) E-Harry Johnston, Zurich, Kan. (HM) G-John Murphy, Garden City, Kan. (HM) 1949 T-Keith Balding, Medicine Lodge, Kan. (1st) HB-Jack Hague, Oberlin, Kan. (1st) T-Charlie Johnson, Hays, Kan. (2nd) G-Pete Koerner, Hays, Kan. (2nd) C-Roger Brown, Smith Center, Kan. (2nd) B-Rex Marxmiller, Smith Center, Kan. (2nd) E-Don Leuszler, Almena, Kan. (HM) E-Don Nichol, Palco, Kan. (HM) E-Harry Johnston, Zurich, Kan. (HM) T-Robert Wahlmeire, Jennings, Kan. (HM) G-Ray Skubal, Jennings, Kan. (HM) FB-Rex McConnell, Minneola, Kan. (HM) 1950 T-Robert Wahlmeire, Jennings, Kan. (1st) B-Rex McConnell, Minneola, Kan. (2nd) B-Herschel Betts, Oberlin, Kan. (2nd) E-Don Fowler, Kalvesta, Kan. (HM) T-Francis Haas, Hays, Kan. (HM) G-Pete Koerner, Hays, Kan. (HM) C-Steve Garrity, Wellington, Kan. (HM)

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1996 DB-Keith Eck, Andale, Kan.(1st) WR-Xavier Brown, Thornton, Colo.(2nd) RB-Emmett Pride, Houston, Texas(2nd) 1998 DE-Trevell Smittick, Sapulpa, Okla.(2nd) DB-Clay Scanlon, WaKeeney, Kan.(2nd) 2000 P-Adam Ryan, Melbourne, Australia(1st) 2003 OL-Tyler Strong, Medicine Lodge, Kan.(1st)

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DL-Kirk Pope, Selden, Kan. (2nd) 1963 OG-Larry Dreiling, Hays, Kan. (1st) OG-Dave Jones, Dodge City, Kan. (1st) OT-Clark Engle, Abilene, Kan. (2nd) C-Ken Palmgren, Levant, Kan. (2nd) DB-Max VanLaningham, Concordia, Kan. (2nd) 1964 OG-Dave Jones, Dodge City, Kan. (1st) LB-Dave Jones, Dodge City, Kan. (1st) DT-Ken Dreiling, Victoria, Kan. (1st) DB-Ron Morel, Palco, Kan. (2nd) FB-Steve Worley, Clay Center, Kan. (2nd) QB-Robert Johnson, Logan, Kan. (2nd) OT-Clark Engle, Abilene, Kan. (2nd) DE-Roger Clark, Wellington, Kan. (2nd) 1965 E-Ron Morel, Palco, Kan. (1st) FB-Rich Dreiling, Victoria, Kan. (1st) DT-Bernie Blevins, Yates Center, Kan. (1st) DE-Jon Mastin, Wichita, Kan. (1st) S-Ron Morel, Palco, Kan. (2nd) QB-Robert Johnson, Logan, Kan. (2nd) OT-Jim Erickson, Scandia, Kan. (2nd) DB-Bob Anthony, Kensington, Kan. (2nd) LB-Gordon Mauch, Clifton, Kan. (2nd) DB-Max VanLaningham, Concordia, Kan. (2nd) DL-Dennis Bean, Phillipsburg, Kan. (2nd) OG-Larry Noffsinger, Phillipsburg, Kan. (2nd) 1966 QB-Robert Johnson, Logan, Kan. (1st) OG-Larry Noffsinger, Phillipsburg, Kan. (1st) FB-Rich Dreiling, Victoria, Kan. (1st) DT-Bernie Blevins, Yates Center, Kan. (1st) DB-Bob Niles, Rolla, Kan. (1st) LB-Ron Tuley, Effingham, Kan. (1st) C-Charley Myers, Great Bend, Kan. (2nd) DE-Bobby Gregg, Great Bend, Kan. (2nd) DL-Bud Estes, Bucklin, Kan. (2nd) 1967 OT-Jim Powell, Mankato, Kan. (1st) FB-Rich Dreiling, Victoria, Kan. (1st) DE-Jon Mastin, Wichita, Kan. (1st) LB-Terry Claycamp, WaKeeney, Kan. (1st) E-Dennis Spratt, Ellsworth, Kan. (2nd) E-Ken Caywood, St. Francis, Kan. (2nd) HB-Ron Goates, Hays, Kan. (2nd) DT-Frank Tappan, Lyons, Kan. (2nd) S-Roger Faulkender, St. Francis (2nd) 1968 FB-Rich Dreiling, Victoria, Kan. (1st) LB-Paul Simmons, Denton, Kan. (1st) E-Dennis Spratt, Ellsworth, Kan. (2nd) OG-Tom Foran, Wilson, Kan. (2nd) DE-Jon Mastin, Wichita, Kan. (2nd) S-Jack Georgeson, Lenora, Kan. (2nd) DL-Tom Foran, Wilson, Kan. (2nd) Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference 1969 TB-Tommy Evans, Plattsburg, Mo. (1st) 1970 TB-Tommy Evans, Plattsburg, Mo. OG-Jim Murray, Pittsburgh, Pa. LB-Roy Humphrey, Garden City, Kan. DB-Lionell Jenkins, Port Arthur, Texas 1971 SE-John Woodworth, Halstead, Kan. DB-Lionell Jenkins, Port Arthur, Texas Great Plains Athletic Conference 1972 SE-John Woodworth, Halstead, Kan. (1st) RB-Steve Crosby, Pawnee Rock, Kan. (HM) 1973 RB-Steve Crosby, Pawnee Rock, Kan. (1st) WR-Ron Hawley, Phillipsburg, Kan. (1st) LB-J.D. Armstrong, Liberal, Kan. (1st) DT-Rod Lungren, Caldwell, Kan. (1st) QB-Bruce Hawley, Phillipsburg, Kan. (HM) FL-Lonnie White, Lovington, N.M. (HM) NG-Mark Hines, Morse Bluff, Neb. (HM) 1974 WR-Ron Hawley, Phillipsburg, Kan. (1st) DB-Steve Simpson, Highland, Kan. (1st) OT-Scott Soukup, North Bend, Neb. (1st) DT-Dave Thom, Minden, Neb. (1st)

1975 RB-Tom Doll, Claflin, Kan. (1st) SE-Ron Hawley, Phillipsburg, Kan. (2nd) LB-Chris Cullen, Pueblo, Colo. (2nd) C-Craig Broadbent, Corning, Kan. (1st) OG-Steve Thompson, Geneseo, Kan. (1st) DT-Dave Thom, Minden, Neb. (1st) DE-Jim Wilson, Salina, Kan. (1st) Central States Intercollegiate Conference 1976 WR-Dave Meter, Gering, Neb. (1st) C-John Barnard, Great Bend, Kan. (1st) DT-Jim Homolka, Claflin, Kan. (1st) LB-Dave Thom, Minden, Neb. (1st) QB-Skip Numrich, Scott City, Kan. (2nd) RB-Tom Doll, Claflin, Kan. (2nd) TE-Chuck Durfee, Ness City, Kan. (2nd) C-Mike Carlson, Grant, Neb. (2nd) DB-Kent Griffin, Douglas, Wyo. (2nd) DB-Mike Mlinar, Norton, Kan. (2nd) FB-Craig Horchem, Ness City, Kan. (HM) FL-Terry Georgeson, Lenora, Kan. (HM) LB-Jerry Simmons, Elkhart, Kan. (HM) 1977 WR-Dave Meter, Gering, Neb. (1st) DL-Jim Homolka, Claflin, Kan. (1st) QB-Skip Numrich, Scott City, Kan. (2nd) LB-Mike Carney, Prairie Village, Kan. (2nd) C-John Barnard, Great Bend, Kan. (HM) OL-John East, Pampa, Texas (HM) OL-Mike Carlson, Grant, Neb. (HM) TE-Chuck Durfee, Ness City, Kan. (HM) RB-Tom Doll, Claflin, Kan. (HM) DB-Gary Dubois, West Monroe, La. (HM) DL-Greg Dutt, Lawrence, Kan. (HM) 1978 OL-Bob Heider, Pleasanton, Neb. (1st) FB-Tom Doll, Claflin, Kan. (1st) DL-Bill Turner, Cozad, Neb. (1st) DB-Gary Dubois, West Monroe, La. (1st) C-Andy Mattison, Salina, Kan. (2nd) DL-Justin Marchel, Cimarron, Kan. (2nd) DB-Terry Pasby, Elk City, Okla. (2nd) OL-Lynn Koch, Ellinwood, Kan. (HM) WR-Terry Georgeson, Lenora, Kan. (HM) RB-Wes Alstatt, Lindsborg, Kan. (HM) DE-Ron German, Garden City, Kan. (HM) DE-Junior Hartig, Ellinwood, Kan. (HM) 1979 DL-Bill Turner, Cozad, Neb. (1st) QB-Hoskin Hogan, Compton, Calif. (2nd) TE-Sam Farmer, Russell, Kan. (2nd) OL-Kent Colwell, Alliance, Neb. (2nd) DL-Justin Marchel, Cimarron, Kan. (2nd) LB-Junior Hartig, Ellinwood, Kan. (2nd) WR-Terry Georgeson, Lenora, Kan. (HM) RB-Jeff Briggs, Broken Bow, Neb. (HM) RB-Wes Alstatt, Lindsborg, Kan. (HM) DL-Mike Carney, Prairie Village, Kan. (HM) DL-Steve Johnson, Gove, Kan. (HM) LB-Ron German, Garden City, Kan. (HM) 1980 TE-Phil Brethower, Bird City, Kan. (1st) OL-Mike Norris, Inglewood, Calif. (1st) LB-Junior Hartig, Ellinwood, Kan. (1st) P-Todd Dobbs, Phoenix, Ariz. (1st) OG-Stan Johnson, Hays, Kan. (2nd) DT-Bob Heider, Pleasanton, Neb. (2nd) DB-Brad Webb, Protection, Kan. (2nd) FL-Colin Toot, Liberal, Kan. (HM) RB-Jeff Briggs, Broken Bow, Neb. (HM) QB-Rick Mondt, Kersey, Colo. (HM) 1981 DB-Ron Johnson, Clyde, Kan. (1st) WR-Tony Workman, Goodland, Kan. (2nd) TE-Phil Brethower, Bird City, Kan. (2nd) OL-Mike Norris, Inglewood, Calif. (2nd) WR-James Davis, Cleveland, Texas (HM) LB-Doug Doubek, Belleville, Kan. (HM) K-Mike Ellsworth, Carrollton, Texas (HM) LB-Chris Honas, Ellis, Kan. (HM) OG-Stan Johnson, Hays, Kan. (HM)

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QB-Rick Mondt, Kersey, Colo. (HM) DB-John Randall, Ashland, Kan. (HM) OL-Richard Lowe, Bovina, Texas (1st) TE-Tony Workman, Goodland, Kan. (1st) DB-Ron Johnson, Concordia, Kan. (1st) PR/KR-James Davis, Cleveland, Texas (1st) RB-Chris Honas, Ellis, Kan. (2nd) OL-Paul Lorenson, Dodge City, Kan. (2nd) DL-Harold Dumas, Crosby, Texas (2nd) LB-Darrell Bauer, Hudson, Kan. (HM) RB-Marty Boxberger, Russell, Kan. (HM) K-Mike Ellsworth, Carrollton, Texas (HM) DE-Dion Fellows, Kansas City, Kan. (HM) DB-Tracy Harris, Roswell, N.M. (HM) DB-J.P. Randall, Ashland, Kan. (HM) QB-Robert Long, Macon, Mo. (1st) OL-Richard Lowe, Bovina, Texas (1st) WR-Ralph Humphrey, Salina, Kan. (1st) LB-Chris Honas, Ellis, Kan. (1st) DB-Tracy Harris, Roswell, N.M. (1st) WR-Marty Boxberger, Russell, Kan. (2nd) OL-Paul Lorenson, Dodge City, Kan. (2nd) DL-Rusty Cole, Moran, Kan. (2nd) DB-Vernon Dozier, St. Louis, Mo. (HM) K-Mike Ellsworth, Carrollton, Texas (HM) DL-Rene Ford, Grand Island, N.Y. (HM) DL-John Gambina, Camarillo, Calif. (HM) DB-Pat Poore, Stockton, Kan. (HM) RB-Terry Thomas, Jackson, Miss. (HM) WR-Marty Boxberger, Russell, Kan. (1st) DB-Pat Poore, Stockton, Kan. (1st) TE-Kelly Barnard, Norton, Kan. (HM) DB-Vernon Dozier, St. Louis, Mo. (HM) LB-Rene Ford, Grand Island, N.Y. (HM) DL-John Gambina, Camarillo, Calif. (HM) OL-Scott Percival, Wellington, Kan. (HM) QB-Robert Long, Macon, Mo. (1st) RB-Terry Thomas, Jackson, Mich. (1st) SB-Eric Busenbark, Larned, Kan. (1st) OL-Greg Hammond, Phoenix, Ariz. (1st) P-Sam Holloway, Lincoln, Kan. (1st) LB-Chris Honas, Ellis, Kan. (2nd) DE-Sammy Taamilo, Coalingo, Calif. (2nd) SE-Ralph Humphrey, Salina, Kan. (2nd) OG-Chuck Robison, Apache Junction, Ariz. (2nd) WR-Randy Knox, Indianapolis, Ind. (HM) OL-John Miller, McCook, Neb. (HM) WR-Kip Stewart, Ontario, Canada (HM) OL-Joe Williams, Apache Junction, Ariz. (HM) DB-Jeff Carter, Chicago, Ill. (HM) LB-Dan Gillig, Kiowa, Kan. (HM) DL-Mike Hipp, Claflin, Kan. (HM) DL-Paul Nelson, WaKeeney, Kan. (HM) WR-Randy Knox, Indianapolis, Ind. (1st) DL-Les Miller, Arkansas City, Kan. (1st) WR-Frankie Neal, Okeechobee, Fla. (2nd) WR-Kip Stewart, Ontario, Canada (2nd) SB-Tyrone Tracy, Indianapolis, Ind. (1st) OL-Bryan Jones, Seattle, Wash. (1st) P-Johnny Morin, Tahoka, Texas (1st) K-Tom Odle, Brush, Colo. (1st) WR-Tyrone Tracy, Indianapolis, Ind. (2nd) DL-Frank Brown, Cape May, N.J. (2nd) DB-Mike Allen, Denver, Colo. (2nd) DL-Doug Blank, Grinnell, Kan. (HM) DB-Kenneth Dean, Kansas City, Kan. (HM) DB-Kurt Dinkel, Victoria, Kan. (HM) WR-Ken Faulkner, Memphis, Tenn. (HM) DL-Richard Gaffen, Concord, Calif. (HM) NG-Ron Gordon, Lynwood, Calif. (HM) DB-Steve Heft, Greensburg, Kan. (HM) LB-Shawn McKinney, McCracken, Kan. (HM) OL-Doug Peters, Little River, Kan. (HM) WR-Dean Tenbrink, Dodge City, Kan. (HM) DB-Dusty Trail, Osborne, Kan. (HM) NG-Charles Tribble, Phoenix, Ariz. (HM)


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PLAYERS

1999

Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association 2006 RB-Jordan Hickel, Claflin, Kan. (HM) DB-C.J. Lovett, Thornton, Colo. (HM) LB-Hoang Mai, Riverside, Calif. (HM) DL-Albert Rodriguez, Council Bluffs, Iowa (HM) WR-John Luke Snyder, Salida, Colo. (HM) OL-Ryan Taillon, Fountain, Colo. (HM) 2007 DL-Albert Rodriguez, Council Bluffs, Iowa (1st) DL-Jason Hill, Chandler, Ariz. (2nd) LB-Joey Cotten, Hoisington, Kan. (2nd) DL-Ty Brunswig, WaKeeney, Kan. (HM) KR-Bryan Haynes, Peoria, Ariz. (HM) RB-Jordan Hickel, Claflin, Kan. (HM) DB-C.J. Lovett, Thornton, Colo. (HM) LB-Zach Scruggs, Wylie, Texas (HM) OL-Ryan Taillon, Fountain, Colo. (HM) 2008 DB-C.J. Lovett, Thornton, Colo. (1st) DL-Ty Brunswig, WaKeeney, Kan. (2nd) LB-Jason Carr, Santa Rosa, Calif. (2nd) P-Tyler Elder, Derby, Kan. (2nd) DB-Seth Blackwell, Sand Springs, Okla. (HM) LB-Andrew Jones, Salina, Kan. (HM) KR/PR-C.J. Lovett, Thornton, Colo. (HM) OL-Jordan Stricker, Golden, Colo. (HM) DB-Allen Walker, North Hills, Calif. (HM) OL-Wesley Yarbough, Missouri City, Texas (HM) 2009 KR/PR-C.J. Lovett, Thornton, Colo. (1st) OL-Wesley Yarbough, Missouri City, Texas (1st) QB-Mike Garrison, Shawnee, Kan. (2nd) P-Ethan Kosjer, Douglass, Kan. (2nd) DB-C.J. Lovett, Thornton, Colo. (2nd) WR-O.J. Murdock, Tampa, Fla. (2nd) RB-James Walker, Pacoima, Calif. (2nd) DL-Jacob Crossman, Haysville, Kan. (HM) TE-Beau Gadwood, Shawnee, Kan. (HM) OL-Colby McKinney, Arvada, Colo. (HM) K-Nathan Rausa, Waterloo, Iowa (HM) WR-Cordarol Scales, Van Nuys, Calif. (HM) WR-Anthony Smith, Arlington, Texas (HM) 2010 DL-Jacob Crossman, Haysville, Kan. (1st) WR-O.J. Murdock, Tampa, Fla. (2nd) RB-James Walker, Pacoima, Calif. (2nd) QB-Mike Garrison, Shawnee, Kan.(HM) TE-Beau Gadwood, Shawnee, Kan. (HM) WR-Cordarol Scales, Van Nuys, Calif.(HM) LB-Alex Whitehill, McPherson, Kan. (HM)

COACHES

1998

DE-Bradley Deary, Smithville, Texas (HM) TE-Billy Finke, Ellsworth, Kan. (HM) 2004 TE-Kelly Griffeth, Jewell, Kan. (1st) OL-Tony Chesney, Salina, Kan. (1st) RB-Jordan Hickel, Claflin, Kan. (2nd) OL-Adam Strausburg, Hutchinson, Kan. (2nd) DB-Oscar Rodriguez, Liberal, Kan. (2nd) LB-Marcus West, Garden City, Kan. (2nd) DL-Kyle Slade, Augusta, Kan. (2nd) QB-Reed Gottula, McCook, Neb. (HM) WR-Josh Todd, Tempe, Ariz. (HM) DB-Mike Wooten, Santa Ynez, Calif. (HM) DB-JaCory Marshall, Copperas Cove, Texas (HM) LB-Dustin Dunn, St. Francis, Kan. (HM) 2005 TE-Billy Finke, Ellsworth, Kan. (1st) RB-Jordan Hickel, Claflin, Kan. (2nd) OL-Cameron McDade, Phoenix, Ariz. (2nd) DL-Kyle Slade, Augusta, Kan. (HM)

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association 2006 DB-C.J. Lovett, Thornton, Colo.

HISTORY

Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference 1990 LB-Mike Allen, Denver, Colo. (1st) DL-Greg Yost, Gorham, Kan. (1st) DL-Frank Brown, Cape May, N.J. (1st) DB-Rick Masters, Dodge City, Kan. (1st) OL-Dave Lannon, Westminster, Calif. (1st) TE-Chris Capettini, Wheat Ridge, Colo. (2nd) LB-Doug Holthaus, Beattie, Kan. (2nd) 1991 DB-Vashone Adams, Denver, Colo. (1st) LB-Ric Aschbrenner, Escondido, Calif. (1st) LB-Dustin Bailey, Medicine Lodge, Kan. (1st) TE-Chris Capettini, Wheat Ridge, Colo. (1st) RB-Alfredo Hylton, Brooklyn, N.Y. (1st) OL-Dave Lannon, Westminster, Calif. (1st) PK-Roy Miller, Sheridan, Colo. (1st) DL-Kevin Wright, Plainville, Kan. (1st) OL-Ron Staten, Kansas City, Mo. (2nd) DL-Mike Richards, Checotah, Okla. (2nd) WR-John Ruder, Victoria, Kan. (HM) OL-C.J. Haberkorn, Arvada, Colo. (HM) 1992 OL-C.J. Haberkorn, Arvada, Colo. (1st) DL-Aaron Mata, LaJunta, Colo. (1st) LB-Dustin Bailey, Medicine Lodge, Kan. (1st) LB-Ric Aschbrenner, Escondido, Calif. (1st) OLB-Jared Marshall, Valley Center, Kan. (1st) DB-David Foster, Beloit, Kan. (1st) PK-Roy Miller, Sheridan, Colo. (1st) WR-John Ruder, Victoria, Kan. (2nd) TE-Mark Wahlmeier, Norton, Kan. (2nd) DL-James Smallwood, Manhattan, Kan. (2nd) DL-Mike Richards, Checotah, Okla. (2nd) QB-Dustin McEwen, Norton, Kan. (HM) DB-Kuma Hattan, Salinas, Calif. (HM) LB-Chad Criqui, Lebo, Kan. (HM) 1993 RB-Clint Bedore, Stockton, Kan. (1st) OL-C.J. Haberkorn, Arvada, Colo. (1st) DL-Aaron Mata, La Junta, Colo. (1st) LB-Jose Salcido, Douglas, Ariz. (1st) DE-Jared Marshall, Valley Center, Kan. (1st) DB-Donovan Johnson, Los Angeles, Calif. (1st) DB-James Hardy, Jr., Denver, Colo. (2nd) LB-David Foster, Beloit, Kan. (2nd) OL-Jeff Weatherwax, Anselmo, Neb. (HM) TE-Mark Wahlmeier, Norton, Kan. (HM) 1994 RB-Earnest Williams, Denver, Colo. (1st) OL-Woody Bryant, Dayton, Ohio (1st) DL-Jeremy Hawks, Norton, Kan. (1st) LB-Jose Salcido, Douglas, Ariz. (1st) DB-Donovan Johnson, Los Angeles, Calif. (1st) OL-Dolyn Jackson, Denver, Colo. (2nd) OL-Tom Hebert, Denver, Colo. (2nd) WR-Lance Schwindt, Fort Morgan, Colo. (2nd) DL-Daren Organ, Atwood, Kan. (2nd) LB-Steve Porter, Phoenix, Ariz. (2nd) QB-Dustin McEwen, Norton, Kan. (HM) RB-Emmett Pride, Houston, Texas (HM) RB-Clint Bedore, Stockton, Kan. (HM) WR-Kahn Powell, Pontiac, Mich. (HM) 1995 TB-Clint Bedore, Stockton, Kan. (1st) QB-Shawn Behr, Great Bend, Kan. (1st) OL-Woody Bryant, Dayton, Ohio (1st) DB-Keith Eck, Andale, Kan. (1st) DL-Darren Organ, Atwood, Kan. (1st) WR-Kahn Powell, Pontiac, Mich. (1st) LB-Jose Salcido, Douglas, Ariz. (1st) FL-Lance Schwindt, Fort Morgan, Colo. (1st) OL-Ryan Martin, McPherson, Kan. (2nd) DL-Jeremy Hawks, Norton, Kan. (2nd) DB-Kevin Jones, Salina, Kan. (2nd)

1996

KR-Kahn Powell, Pontiac, Mich. (2nd) DL-Jason Flax, Hays, Kan. (HM) LB-Mike Lankas, Atwood, Kan. (HM) WR-Xavier Brown, Thornton, Colo. (HM) WR-Xavier Brown, Thornton, Colo. (1st) DB-Keith Eck, Andale, Kan. (1st) DL-Jeremy Hawks, Norton, Kan. (1st) OL-Ryan Martin, McPherson, Kan. (1st) RB-Emmett Pride, Houston, Texas (1st) OL-Mike Kallenberger, Kechi, Kan. (2nd) DE-Mike Harge, Oklahoma City, Okla. (2nd) QB-Joel McReynolds, Stockton, Kan. (HM) DB-Lester Randall, Wichita, Kan. (HM) DE-Travis Jenkins, Salina, Kan. (HM) RB-Donald Gregory, Point Reyes, Calif. (1st) OL-Matt Kuhn, Hays, Kan. (1st) RB-Terry Blassingame, Seneca, S.C. (2nd) OL-Clint Albers, Chapman, Kan. (2nd) DB-Brock Hutchinson, Smith Center, Kan. (2nd) DL-Ty Stuckey, Pretty Prairie, Kan. (2nd) DE-Travis Jenkins, Salina, Kan. (2nd) KR-Rodney Mitchell, Grove Hill, Ala. (2nd) RB-Donald Gregory, Point Reyes, Calif. (1st) DB-Clay Scanlon, WaKeeney, Kan. (1st) DE-Trevell Smittick, Sapulpa, Okla. (1st) LB-Travis Jenkins, Salina, Kan. (1st) RB-Terry Blassingame, Seneca, S.C. (2nd) OL-Matt Kuhn, Hays, Kan. (2nd) DB-Donte’ Hughes, Los Angeles, Calif. (2nd) DL-Derek Brau, Scott City, Kan. (2nd) KR-Johnny Vaughn, Trenton, N.J. (2nd) WR-Patrick Mintner, Bonner Springs, Kan. (HM) OL-Clint Albers, Chapman, Kan. (HM) K-Wes Simoneau, Hays, Kan. (HM) DB-Jon Harper, Larned, Kan. (HM) LB-Scott Karl, Hays, Kan. (HM) LB-Donte’ Hughes, Los Angeles, Calif. (1st) DB-Clay Scanlon, WaKeeney, Kan. (1st) P-Adam Ryan, Melbourne, Australia (1st) RB-Michael Sanders, Fort Worth, Texas (2nd) OL-Jeff Conley, Hoyt, Kan. (2nd) DB-Johnny Vaughn, Trenton, N.J. (2nd) LB-Landon Frank, Scott City, Kan. (2nd) TE-Brendon Pishny, Garden City, Kan. (HM) OL-Jeremy Portlock, Newton, Kan. (HM) DE-Trevell Smittick, Sapulpa, Okla. (HM) OL-Kyle Johnson, Burrton, Kan. (1st) P-Adam Ryan, Melbourne, Australia (1st) DL-Casey Seyfert, Beloit, Kan. (1st) DB-Michael Sanders, Fort Worth, Texas (2nd) LB-Josh Simonson, Great Bend, Kan. (2nd) DL-James Morton, Dodge City, Kan. (2nd) DE-Courtney Jackson, Louisville, Ky. (2nd) TE-Brendon Pishny, Garden City, Kan. (HM) DB-Marc Henry, Clay Center, Kan. (HM) DE-Jason Pietrzyk, Salina, Kan. (HM) RB-Jason Broom, Sapulpa, Okla. (1st) OL-Kyle Johnson, Burrton, Kan. (1st) DL-Casey Seyfert, Beloit, Kan. (1st) DB-Jace Pavlovich, Canton, Kan. (2nd) DL-Jerry Samuels, Panama City, Fla. (2nd) OL-Tyler Strong, Medicine Lodge, Kan. (1st) RB-Charles Lewis, Los Angeles, Calif. (2nd) DL-Jason Pietrzyk, Salina, Kan. (2nd) PR-Andre Freeman, Wichita, Kan. (2nd) WR-Beau Rebel, Ness City, Kan. (HM) WR-Andre Freeman, Wichita, Kan. (HM) OL-David Garcia, Pleasant Hill, Calif. (HM) DB-Jaime Lopez, San Diego, Calif. (HM) OL-Tyler Strong, Medicine Lodge, Kan. (1st) DB-Mike Wooten, Santa Ynez, Calif. (2nd) LB-Marcus West, Garden City, Kan. (2nd) DE-Jason Dechant, Hays, Kan. (2nd) DB-JaCory Marshall, Copperas Cove, Texas (HM) DB-Oscar Rodriguez, Liberal, Kan. (HM) LB-Tony Crough, Garden City, Kan. (HM)

FORT HAYS STATE

DB-Greg Woodward, Brush, Colo. (HM) 1989 DL-Greg Yost, Gorham, Kan. (1st) DB-Mike Allen, Denver, Colo. (1st) DB-Ken Dean, Kansas City, Kan. (1st) OT-Joe Karas, Fort Morgan, Colo. (1st) FL/Ret-Tyrone Tracy, Indianapolis, Ind. (1st)

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Coach Record Unknown 1-0-3 Unknown 2-1 Unknown 3-3 Unknown 3-2-1 Unknown 2-1-1 Unknown 1-2-1 Claude Bice 3-1-1 Claude Bice 1-2-1 No Team No Team Ira Van Cleve 1-1 Ira Van Cleve 4-2 Ira Van Cleve 5-2 W.G. Speer 4-3 W.G. Speer 5-2 W.G. Speer 7-0 W.G. Speer 2-1 A.J. Robertson 3-6 George Woodward 2-5-1 George Woodward 6-1 George Woodward 2-4-1 Bill Weidlein 4-3-2 Bill Weidlein 4-4 Bill Weidlein 2-4-1 Bill Weidlein 3-5 Bill Weidlein 3-5-1 Bill Weidlein 3-3-2 Andrew Schoeppel 2-5 Jack Riley 2-5-2 Jack Riley 3-5-1 Jack Riley 4-5 Jack Riley 6-2-2 Jack Riley 6-2-1 Jim Yeager 8-2 Paul Waldorf 6-3 Paul Waldorf 6-2-1 Paul Waldorf 7-2 Paul Waldorf 2-5-2 Paul Waldorf 3-3-3 Paul Waldorf 1-6-2 Bill Bearly 1-8 No Teams (World War II) Ralph Huffman 2-4-2 Ralph Huffman 5-3-1 Ralph Huffman 5-3-1 Ralph Huffman 5-4 Ralph Huffman 3-4-2 Ralph Huffman 5-4 Ralph Huffman 1-6-2 Ralph Huffman 3-4-1 Ralph Huffman 7-2 Ralph Huffman 5-3-1 Wayne McConnell 1-8 Wayne McConnell 4-4 Wayne McConnell 4-4-1 Wayne McConnell 3-6 Wayne McConnell 2-7 Wayne McConnell 0-9 Wayne McConnell 6-2-1 Wayne McConnell 2-6-1 Wayne McConnell 5-4 Wayne McConnell 6-3 Wayne McConnell 7-2 Wayne McConnell 3-5 Wayne McConnell 2-7 Tom Stromgren 0-9 Tom Stromgren 5-5 Tom Stromgren 2-7-1 Bill Giles 1-8-1 Bill Giles 5-4 Bill Giles 1-9 Bill Giles 3-7 Bill Giles 5-4

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

T-4th T-3rd 2nd T-3rd T-5th T-4th T-5th T-3rd T-1st 3rd 6th 3rd T-3rd T-5th T-5th 6th 2nd 4th T-2nd 2nd T-1st 3rd 5th 6th-Plains 4th-Plains T-4th-Plains T-6th T-3rd T-4th T-4th T-1st

Central Intercollegiate Central Intercollegiate Central Intercollegiate Central Intercollegiate Central Intercollegiate Central Intercollegiate Central Intercollegiate Central Intercollegiate Central Intercollegiate Central Intercollegiate Central Intercollegiate Central Intercollegiate Central Intercollegiate Central Intercollegiate Central Intercollegiate Central Intercollegiate Central Intercollegiate Central Intercollegiate Central Intercollegiate Central Intercollegiate Central Intercollegiate Central Intercollegiate Central Intercollegiate Rocky Mountain Athletic (RMAC) Rocky Mountain Athletic Rocky Mountain Athletic Great Plains Athletic (GPAC) Great Plains Athletic Great Plains Athletic Great Plains Athletic Central States Intercollegiate (CSIC)

Southwestern College Emporia State Emporia State Washburn, Pittsburg State Emporia State Pittsburg State, Emporia State Emporia State Washburn, St. Benedict’s Fort Hays State Pittsburg State St. Benedict’s Pittsburg State St. Benedict’s St. Benedict’s St. Benedict’s Pittsburg State Nebraska-Omaha Nebraska-Omaha Washburn Nebraska-Omaha Fort Hays State, Pittsburg State Nebraska-Omaha Nebraska-Omaha Northern Colorado Pittsburg State Northern Colorado Emporia State Northern Colorado, Emporia State Northern Colorado Northern Colorado FHSU, Neb.-Kearney, Mo. Southern


YEARLY SUMMARY/COACHING HISTORY Conference Central States Intercollegiate Central States Intercollegiate Central States Intercollegiate Central States Intercollegiate Central States Intercollegiate Central States Intercollegiate Central States Intercollegiate Central States Intercollegiate Central States Intercollegiate Central States Intercollegiate Central States Intercollegiate Central States Intercollegiate Rocky Mountain Athletic (RMAC) Rocky Mountain Athletic Rocky Mountain Athletic Rocky Mountain Athletic Rocky Mountain Athletic Rocky Mountain Athletic Rocky Mountain Athletic Rocky Mountain Athletic Rocky Mountain Athletic Rocky Mountain Athletic Rocky Mountain Athletic Rocky Mountain Athletic Rocky Mountain Athletic Rocky Mountain Athletic Rocky Mountain Athletic Rocky Mountain Athletic Rocky Mountain Athletic Mid-America Intercollegiate (MIAA) Mid-America Intercollegiate Mid-America Intercollegiate Mid-America Intercollegate Mid-America Intercollegiate

Conference Champion Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Kearney, Pittsburg State Nebraska-Kearney Pittsburg State Nebraska-Kearney, Pittsburg State Washburn Nebraska-Kearney Pittsburg State Pittsburg State Pittsburg State Pittsburg State Adams State Mesa State Western State Western State Fort Hays State Western State Fort Hays State, Western State Chadron State Western State Chadron State, Western State Chadron State, N.M.Highlands Mesa State Chadron State Chadron State, Nebraska-Kearney Mesa State Colorado Mines Nebraska-Kearney Northwest Missouri State Northwest Missouri State Northwest Missouri State Northwest Missouri State Northwest Missouri State

Fort Hays State Coaching History RECORD

1902-07

Unknown

12-9-6

WIN PCT

1908-09

Claude Bice

4-3-2

.556

1910-11

No Teams

1912-14

Ira Van Cleave

10-5

.667

1915-18

W.G. Speer

18-6

.750

1919

A.J. Robertson

3-6

.333

1920-22

George Woodward

10-10-2

.500

1923-28

Bill Weidlein

19-24-6

.449

2-5

.286

Jack Riley

21-19-6

.522

1935

Jim Yeager

8-2

.800

1936-41

Paul Waldorf

25-21-8

.537

1942

Bill Bearly

1-8

.111

1943-45

WORLD WAR II

NO TEAMS

1946-55

Ralph Huffman

41-37-10

.523

1956-68

Wayne McConnell

45-67-3

.404

1969-71

Tom Stromgren

7-21-1

.259

1972-78

Bill Giles

24-44-3

.359

1979-80, 84

Bobby Thompson

9-20-2

.323

1981-83

Jim Gilstrap

20-11-1

.641

1985-89

John Vincent

22-26-2

.460

1990-97

Bob Cortese

55-32-3

.628

1998-2000

Jeff Leiker

13-19

.406

2001-04

Tim O’Connor

20-24

.455

2005-10

Kevin Verdugo

18-47

.277

407-466-56

.468

Totals 1902-2010

21 Coaches

RECORD 18-6 10-5 20-11-1 55-32-3 4-3-2 25-21-8 41-37-10 21-19-6 10-10-2 22-26-2

WIN PCT .750 .667 .641 .628 .556 .537 .523 .522 .500 .460

RANKED BY WINS COACH Bob Cortese Wayne McConnell Ralph Huffman Paul Waldorf Bill Giles John Vincent Jack Riley Jim Gilstrap Tim O’Connor Bill Weidlein W.G. Speer Kevin Verdugo Jeff Leiker Ira Van Cleave George Woodward Bobby Thompson Jim Yeager Tom Stromgren Claude Bice A.J. Robertson Andrew Schoeppel Bill Bearly

YEARS 1990-97 1956-68 1946-55 1936-41 1972-78 1985-89 1930-34 1981-83 2001-04 1923-28 1915-18 2005-10 1998-2000 1912-14 1920-22 1979-80,84 1935 1969-71 1908-09 1919 1929 1942

WINS 55 45 41 25 24 22 21 20 20 19 18 18 13 10 10 9 8 7 4 3 2 1

HISTORY

Andrew Schoeppel

1930-34

COACH W.G. Speer Ira Van Cleave Jim Gilstrap Bob Cortese Claude Bice Paul Waldorf Ralph Huffman Jack Riley George Woodward John Vincent

RECORDS

1929

TOP 10 WINNING PERCENTAGES (AT LEAST 2 YEARS COACHED) YEARS 1915-18 1912-14 1981-83 1990-97 1908-09 1936-41 1946-55 1930-34 1920-22 1985-89

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OPPONENTS

Place T-7th 3rd T-3rd T-3rd T-5th 4th T-3rd 8th 2nd T-5th 4th 4th NA NA 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd T-1st T-3rd 5th 5th T-7th 5th 7th 7th 3rd 4th T-7th T-9th 8th 10th 6th 10th

PLAYERS

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

COACHES

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

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

Coach Bill Giles Bill Giles Bobby Thompson Bobby Thompson Jim Gilstrap Jim Gilstrap Jim Gilstrap Bobby Thompson John Vincent John Vincent John Vincent John Vincent John Vincent Bob Cortese Bob Cortese Bob Cortese Bob Cortese Bob Cortese Bob Cortese Bob Cortese Bob Cortese Jeff Leiker Jeff Leiker Jeff Leiker Tim O’Connor Tim O’Connor Tim O’Connor Tim O’Connor Kevin Verdugo Kevin Verdugo Kevin Verdugo Kevin Verdugo Kevin Verdugo Kevin Verdugo

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Year 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

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SERIES RECORDS ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS VS. COLLEGES School Adams State Arkansas Tech University Augustana (S.D.) Baker University Benedictine College Bethany College Bethel College Black Hills State California-Davis Cameron Central Arkansas CENTRAL MISSOURI CENTRAL OKLAHOMA Central State (Ohio) Chadron State College of Emporia Colorado Mines Colorado College Denver University East Central (Okla.) Eastern New Mexico EMPORIA STATE Fort Lewis College Friends University Haskell Haskell (JV) Hastings College Illinois State Kansas State Kansas Wesleyan Langston University (Okla.) LINCOLN (MO) Mesa State College McPherson College MISSOURI SOUTHERN MISSOURI WESTERN Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Omaha New Mexico Highlands New Mexico State Northeastern Oklahoma St. Northern Arizona Northern Colorado Northern Iowa Northwestern Oklahoma State NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE Oklahoma Baptist Oklahoma City University Oklahoma-Panhandle State Ottawa University Peru State PITTSBURG STATE Quincy College (Ill.) Regis College Rockhurst St. John’s (Kan.) St. Mary of the Plains St. Mary’s (Kan.) Southern Colorado SOUTHWEST BAPTIST Southwestern College Southwestern Oklahoma State Southwest Missouri State Sterling College Texas A&M-Commerce Texas A&M-Kingsville TRUMAN WASHBURN Wayne State (Neb.) Western State Wichita State Western Illinois 2011 OPPONENTS IN BOLD

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First Game 1977 1990 1935 1917 1934 1915 1942 1986 1993 1990 1992 1964 1955 1990 1934 1916 1946 1942 1921 2010 1960 1923 1980 1920 1905 1915 1928 1979 1919 1914 1979 1980 1991 1921 1970 1976 1926 1953 1989 1939 1989 1938 1940 1989 1937 1950 1935 1939 1933 1915 1940 1926 1950 1942 1948 1907 1981 1915 1963 2006 1917 1937 1954 1913 2006 1995 2006 1919 1977 1963 1915 1989

Games 20 2 1 3 26 18 1 1 1 4 2 7 6 1 20 12 23 13 1 1 6 84 18 1 4 3 4 1 11 28 5 6 15 6 24 20 58 19 17 2 2 1 14 1 21 26 2 2 17 2 1 70 2 1 2 4 2 12 16 2 32 8 2 15 1 1 5 65 17 23 18 1

Record 14-5-1 1-1 1-0 1-2 6-17-3 10-6-2 0-1 1-0 0-1 1-2-1 0-2 2-5 0-6 0-1 11-9 8-3-1 15-8 3-10 0-1 1-0 2-4 32-50-2 13-5 0-1 1-3 3-0 2-1-1 0-1 2-8-1 17-6-2 4-1 4-2 9-6 3-3 10-13-1 10-9-1 23-34-1 4-14-1 11-6 0-2 0-2 1-0 1-12-1 0-1 4-15-1 12-13-1 1-1 0-0-2 11-5-1 2-0 0-0-1 17-44-9 1-1 1-0 1-1 3-1 2-0 7-5 7-9 1-1 20-7-5 4-4 2-0 9-4-2 0-1 0-1 2-3 23-39-3 10-6-1 10-12-1 6-11-1 0-1

Last Game 2005 1991 1935 1920 1962 1933 1942 1986 1993 1990 1993 2010 1995 1990 2005 1941 2009 1962 1921 2010 1979 2010 2005 1920 1936 1917 1939 1979 1949 1953 1984 1987 2005 1940 2010 2010 2005 2010 2008 1948 1990 1938 1976 1989 1999 2010 1936 1940 2004 1922 1940 2010 1951 1942 1949 1925 1982 1927 1978 2007 1959 1967 1955 1941 2006 1995 2010 2010 1998 2010 1939 1989

ALL-TIME VS. MIAA SCHOOLS CENTRAL MISSOURI EMPORIA STATE LINCOLN (MO) MISSOURI SOUTHERN MISSOURI WESTERN NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE PITTSBURG STATE TRUMAN WASHBURN

1964 1923 1980 1970 1976 1950 1926 2006 1919

7 84 6 24 20 26 70 5 65

2-5 32-50-2 4-2 10-13-1 10-9-1 12-13-1 17-44-9 2-3 23-39-3

2010 2010 1987 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010

FHSU VS. THE OPPOSITION SINCE JOINING NCAA II School Adams State Arkansas Tech California-Davis Central Arkansas Central Missouri Central Oklahoma Chadron State Colorado Mines East Central (Okla.) Emporia State Fort Lewis Mesa State Missouri Southern Missouri Western Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Omaha New Mexico Highlands Northwestern Oklahoma State Northwest Missouri State Oklahoma-Panhandle State Pittsburg State Southwest Baptist Texas A&M-Commerce Texas A&M-Kingsville Truman Washburn Wayne State College (Neb.) Western State Total

Games 15 1 1 2 5 4 15 19 1 20 15 15 5 7 15 3 15 1 5 5 9 2 1 1 5 11 3 18 219

Record 10-4-1 1-0 0-1 0-2 0-5 0-4 6-9 13-6 1-0 6-14 10-5 9-6 2-3 1-6 5-10 1-2 10-5 0-1 0-5 5-0 0-8-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 2-3 4-7 3-0 8-9-1 98-118-3

MILESTONE WINS #1 #50 #100 #150 #200 #250 #300 #350 #400 -

Hays HS, Hays, Kan. W 15-0, 1902 McPherson College, Hays, Kan., W 32-0, 1921 Augustana College, Hays, Kan., W 34-6, 1935 Rockhurst, Hays, Kan., W 26-7, 1949 Emporia State, Emporia, Kan., W 20-19, 1964 Eastern New Mexico, Portales, N.M., W 14-6, 1978 Wayne State (Neb.), Hays, Kan., W 38-7, 1989 Adams State, Alamosa, Colo., W 52-21, 1996 Colorado Mines, Hays, Kan., W 31-21, 2009

RECORD BY DECADES 1900s - 16-12-8 (.556)

1960s - 33-54-2 (.382)

1910s - 31-17 (.646)

1970s - 36-62-4 (.373)

1920s - 31-39-8 (.449)

1980s - 46-51-5 (.475)

1930s - 50-33-9 (.592)

1990s - 63-46-3 (.576)

1940s - 22-31-9 (.427)

2000s - 40-68 (.370)

1950s - 36-45-7 (.449)

All-Time Record - 407-466-56


TIGERS IN PRO FOOTBALL

THE MIAA RECORDS HISTORY

Mike McCarthy, FHSU 1987-88 A native of Pittsburgh, Pa., McCarthy served as a graduate assistant coach for two years at FHSU. McCarthy served as an assistant coach in the NFL for four different teams from 1993-2005, spending time with the Kansas City Chiefs, Green Bay Packers, New Orleans Saints, and San Francisco 49ers. In 2006, he was hired head coach of the Green Bay Packers and has served in that capacity for the last three years. He guided the Packers to a Super Bowl XLV Title in 2011.

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Steve Antonopulos, FHSU 1973-75 Antonopulos was the head athletic trainer at FHSU for three years. He has been an athletic trainer in the NFL for 35 years with the Denver Broncos, beginning in 1976.

Frankie Neal, FHSU 1986 A native of Okeechobee, Fla., Neal played one year at FHSU. He was a third-round selection by the Green Bay Packers and played one year in the NFL.

OPPONENTS

Steve Crosby, FHSU 1970-73 A native of Pawnee Rock, Kan., Crosby was a two-time All-American running back at FHSU. He is a member of the Tiger Sports Hall of Fame. He played for three seasons in the NFL with the New York Giants from 1974-76. He has served as a scout and coach in the NFL for the past 34 years having stints with the Miami Dolphins, Atlanta Falcons, Cleveland Browns, New England Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles and San Diego Chargers.

Les Miller, FHSU 1986 A native of Arkansas City, Kan., Miller was a NAIA All-American in 1986 at FHSU. He went on to play 11 seasons in the NFL as a defensive lineman playing with the San Diego Chargers, New Orleans Saints and Carolina Panthers. He played in Super Bowl XXIX in 1994 with the Chargers.

PLAYERS

Larry Zierlein, FHSU 1969-71 A native of Lenora, Kan., Zierlein played one year at FHSU (1969) and was a football graduate assistant the following two years. He coached six years at the high school level and 20 years at the collegiate level. Zierlein was an offensive line coach in the NFL from 2001 to 2009. He spent time with the Buffalo Bills, Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers.

Jeff Hurd, FHSU 1979-84 A native of Pomona, Calif, Hurd was a baseball player at FHSU from 1979-80. He started in the NFL as an assistant strength and conditioning coach with the Jacksonville Jaguars in 1995. Since then, he has been a head strength and conditioning coach for the Kansas City Chiefs and San Diego Chargers.

COACHES

Keith Elder, FHSU 1935-38 A native of Woodston, Kan., Bender was an All-CIC selection in 1938. He was a member of two conference championship teams. He played fullback for the St. Louis Gunners of the American Football League in 1939.

Jerry Simmons, FHSU 1975-79 A native of Elkhart, Kan., Simmons played at FHSU for two years, then worked as an assistant coach in 1978 and became the head strength coach in 1979. He has worked as a strength and conditioning coach for over 20 years in the NFL, having worked with the New England Patriots, Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens and Carolina Panthers. He is now in his 12th year with the Panthers.

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

Herb Bender, FHSU 1934-37 A native of Luray, Kan., Bender was a two-time All-CIC selection. He was a member of three consecutive conference championship teams. He played professional football for the Cleveland Rams in 1938 and the Brooklyn Eagles in 1939.

Brad Brown, FHSU 1973-85 A native of Norton, Kan., Brown was a student at FHSU from 1973-78. He served as the head athletic trainer at FHSU from 197885. He started in the NFL with the Denver Broncos in 1985 as an assistant, but became the head athletic trainer for the Houston Oilers in 1987. He has spent over 20 years in that position, moving with the franchise when they became the Tennessee Titans in 1997. He is a member of the Tiger Sports Hall of Fame.

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TIGERS IN PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL Bill Reissig, FHSU 1933-36 A native of Bunker Hill, Kan., Reissig was an All-CIC selection in 1936. He was a member of three consecutive conference championship teams. Reissig was a kicker for the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1938 and 1939.

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Milt McGriggs, FHSU 1988-89 A native of Chicago, Ill., McGriggs was a quarterback for two years at FHSU. He went on to play one year in arena football for the Columbus Thunderbolts in 1991.

Kelly Griffeth, FHSU 2000-04 A native of Jewell, Kan., Griffeth was a first team all-conference performer for the Tigers at tight end in 2004. He was signed as an undrafted rookie free agent in 2005 but was waived prior to the start of the season due to an injury.

Bob Cortese, FHSU 1990-97 Cortese was the head coach of the FHSU football program from 1990-97. He guided the Tigers to two conference championships as members of the RMAC and holds the all-time record for wins (55) as a head coach at FHSU. After his time at FHSU, Cortese spent three years as a head coach in arena football with the Oklahoma Wranglers and Grand Rapids Rampage. He also spent time with the Portland Forest Dragons and Wichita Stealth organizations.

C.J. Lovett, FHSU 2006-09 A native of Thornton, Colo., Lovett was an AllAmerican in 2008. His 13 career interceptions at Fort Hays State are second-most in school history. Lovett would have set the singleseason and career punt return average records by a landslide if he would have returned one more kick in 2009. He was a six-time All-MIAA selection (earning defensive back and kick return honors in the same year twice) and was the MIAA Freshman of the Year in 2006. He is currently a member of the Wichita Wild of the IFL, joining the team in 2011.

Vashone Adams, FHSU 1991 A native of Aurora, Colo., Adams played his freshman year at Fort Hays State before transferring to Eastern Michigan University. He went on to play three years in the NFL with the Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens, and New Orleans Saints.

Tyrone Lewis, FHSU 2006-09 A native of Denver, Colo., Lewis played four years at Fort Hays State on the offensive line. He went on to play the 2010 season in the IFL for the Colorado Ice.

Roy Miller, FHSU 1989-92 A native of Sheridan, Colo., Miller was a two-time All-American and All-RMAC selection for the Tigers as a kicker. He continues to hold single season school records in field goals made, kicking points, and PATs made. He played one year in arena football (1993) with the Cleveland Thunderbolts. Xavier Brown (Patterson), FHSU 1995-96 A native of Thornton, Colo., Brown was an All-American and All-RMAC selection as a wide receiver in 1996. He was the member of one conference championship team. Brown played two years in arena football under his father’s last name of Patterson for the New Jersey Red Dogs, playing both sides of the ball as a receiver and defensive back. Clay Scanlon, FHSU 1996-99 A native of WaKeeney, Kan., Scanlon was a two-time All-RMAC selection as a safety at FHSU. In 1998, he was named to the NCAA II West Region Second Team. He signed as a free agent with the Washington Redskins in 1999 and competed in three preseason contests before being released.

Antwome Topps, FHSU 2007-09 A native of Chicago, Ill., Topps played three years at Fort Hays State on the offensive line. Topps began his career in the IFL with the Colorado Ice in 2010 and then joined the Wichita Wild in 2011.

Wesley Yarbough, FHSU 2008-09 A native of Missouri City, Texas, Yarbough played two years at FHSU on the offensive line. He was a Preseason All-American selection in 2009. He was a two-time All-MIAA selection earning first team honors as a senior. He is currently a member of the Wichita Wild of the IFL, joining the team in 2011. O.J. Murdock, FHSU 2009-10 A native of Tampa, Fla., Murdock played two years at FHSU. He was an All-American wide receiver in 2010 while breaking the FHSU single-season receiving yards record and setting a new MIAA record for yards per catch. Murdock was signed as an undrafted rookie free agent in the summer of 2011 by the Tennessee Titans.


SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS

W ... 11-0 W . 11-10 L .... 0-18

1904 (3-3) Coach Unknown --Hays High School --Hays High School --Kansas State --Fort Riley --Hays High School --Hays High School

L .... 0-27 W ... 11-0 W ... 17-0 L .... 0-27 L .... 0-21 W ..... 6-0

1905 (3-2-1) Coach Unknown --Haskell Institute --Hays City Athletic Club --Beloit High School --Russell High School --Ellis High School --Hays High School

L .... 0-12 L .... 0-11 W ..... 6-0 T ...... 0-0 W ... 27-0 W ..... 6-0

W ..... 6-0 W ... 12-0 L .... 0-12 T ...... 0-0

1908 (3-1-1) Claude Bice --Plainville High School --Kansas Wesleyan --Plainville High School --Colby Town Team --Colby Town Team

T ...... 0-0 L .. 11-24 W ... 22-0 W ..... 6-0 W ..... 5-0

1909 (1-2-1) Claude Bice --Hays Town Team --Plainville Town Team --Kansas Wesleyan --Kansas Wesleyan

W ..... 7-0 T ...... 0-0 L .... 2-12 L .... 5-11

1910-11 No Team

W ... 96-0 W .... 35-3 W .... 33-6 L ..... 0-23 L ....... 0-6 W .. 125-7

1914 (5-2) Ira Van Cleave Oct 17 Luray High School Oct 24 @Kansas Wesleyan Nov 2 Codell High School Nov 6 Plainville High School Nov 11 @Sterling College Nov 18 Kansas Wesleyan Nov 26 Sterling College

W .... 46-0 L ..... 0-13 W .... 52-7 W .... 33-0 L ....... 0-7 W .... 16-7 W .... 33-7

1915 (4-3, 3-3 KIAC) W.G. Speer Oct 1 Wichita State* Oct 14 @St. Mary’s College*

L .... 6-20 W .... 16-0

1919 (3-6, 3-4 KIAC) A.J. Robertson Oct 3 Southwestern College* Oct 10 Camp Funston Oct 18 @Baker University* Oct 25 @Kansas State Oct 30 @St. Mary’s College* Nov 7 @Sterling College* Nov 14 Bethany College* Nov 22 @Kansas Wesleyan* Nov 27 Washburn*

L .... 0-10 L ....... 0-3 L ..... 7-17 L ..... 0-12 L ....... 0-7 W .... 14-6 W .... 21-0 W .... 26-0 L ...... 6-7

1920 (2-5-1, 2-3-1 KIAC) George Woodward Oct 2 @Kansas State L ..... 0-14 Oct 8 Friends University* L ....... 0-7 Oct 15 @Haskell Institute L .... 6-33 Oct 28 @St. Mary’s College* L ... 14-26 Nov 5 Kansas Wesleyan* W .... 41-0 Nov 12 @Bethany College* T ...... 7-7 Nov 19 @Baker University* L ..... 0-21 Nov 25 Sterling College* W .... 40-0 1921 (6-1, 6-0 KIAC) George Woodward Kansas Conference Champions Oct 1 @Denver University L .... 7-41 Oct 14 McPherson College* W .... 32-0 Oct 21 @Kansas Wesleyan* W .... 18-0 Oct 27 St. Mary’s College* W .... 14-7 Nov 4 Bethany College* W ...... 7-0 Nov 11 Southwestern College* W .... 14-7 Nov 24 @Sterling College* W ...... 7-0 1922 (2-4-1, 2-4-1 KIAC) George Woodward Oct 7 Ottawa University* W .. 18-13 Oct 13 @McPherson College* L ... 14-16 Oct 20 Kansas Wesleyan* W ...... 3-0 Oct 26 @St. Mary’s College* L ..... 0-21 Nov 3 @Bethany College* L ....... 0-7 Nov 17 @College of Emporia* T ....... 3-3 Nov 24 Wichita State* L ....... 0-7 1923 (4-3-2, 2-3-2 KIAC) Bill Weidlein Sep 27 St. John’s College (Kan.) W .... 49-6 Oct 5 @Emporia State* L ..... 3-26 Oct 12 McPherson College* L ....... 0-7 Oct 19 @Kansas Wesleyan* T ....... 3-3 Oct 27 St. Mary’s College (Kan.) W ...... 7-6 Nov 2 Bethany College* W .... 20-0 Nov 16 College of Emporia* W .. 12-10

1925 (2-4-1, 1-4-1 KIAC) Bill Weidlein Sep 25 @St. John’s College (Kan.) W .... 25-0 Oct 3 @Emporia State* L ..... 3-13 Oct 17 Pittsburg State* L ....... 0-6 Oct 24 St. Mary’s College* L ....... 6-7 Oct 30 @Bethany College* L ..... 0-16 Nov 14 Wichita State* T ....... 0-0 Nov 26 Sterling College* W ...... 3-0 1926 (3-5, 2-5 KIAC) Bill Weidlein Oct 2 Kearney State Oct 8 Emporia State* Oct 15 @Sterling College* Oct 21 @St. Mary’s College* Oct 30 Bethany College* Nov 5 Kansas Wesleyan* Nov 11 @Wichita State* Nov 25 @Pittsburg State*

W .... 52-0 L .... 0-14 L ...... 0-3 W .... 13-9 L .... 0-11 W .... 14-9 L ....... 0-7 L ....... 0-7

1927 (3-5-1, 2-4-1 KIAC) Bill Weidlein Sep 24 @Kansas State L .... 6-30 Oct 1 Kearney State W .... 25-6 Oct 8 @Emporia State* L ..... 0-26 Oct 15 Sterling College* W .... 14-0 Oct 22 St. Mary’s College* W ...... 6-0 Oct 29 Bethany College* T ....... 6-6 Nov 4 @Kansas Wesleyan* L ..... 0-17 Nov 11 @Bethany College* L ..... 0-20 Nov 19 Pittsburg State* L ..... 7-13 1928 (3-3-2, 3-2-1 CIC) Bill Weidlein Sep 29 @Hastings College Oct 6 Emporia State* Oct 13 @Kansas State Oct 26 @Southwestern College* Nov 3 @Wichita State* Nov 9 @College of Emporia* Nov 16 Washburn* Nov 24 @Pittsburg State*

T ...... 0-0 L ..... 0-34 L ..... 7-21 T ....... 0-0 W ...... 7-0 L ..... 0-33 W ...... 6-2 W ...... 6-0

1929 (2-5, 2-4 CIC) Andrew Schoeppel Sep 27 @Hastings College L ...... 0-3 Oct 5 @Emporia State* L ....... 0-6 Oct 19 Pittsburg State* L ..... 0-13 Oct 26 College of Emporia* L ....... 6-7 Nov 2 @Wichita State* W .... 13-0 Nov 16 Southwestern College* W .... 19-6 Nov 28 @Washburn* L ..... 0-27 1930 (2-5-2, 1-4-1 CIC) Jack Riley Sep 27 @Sterling College Oct 3 Emporia State* Oct 10 Hastings College Oct 17 @Pittsburg State* Oct 24 @College of Emporia* Nov 1 Wichita State* Nov 11 @Kansas Wesleyan Nov 15 Washburn* Nov 27 @Southwestern College*

L ..... 7-13 T ...... 0-0 W ...... 6-0 L ..... 0-14 W .... 14-0 L ..... 0-14 T ....... 0-0 L ..... 7-33 L ..... 0-21

1931 (3-5-1, 1-4-1 CIC) Jack Riley Sep 25 Kearney State Oct 3 @Emporia State* Oct 9 @Washburn* Oct 17 College of Emporia*

L ...... 0-2 L ..... 0-26 L ..... 7-27 W ...... 3-0

HISTORY

1913 (4-2) Ira Van Cleave Oct 17 Oakley High School Oct 24 Oberlin High School Oct 31 Norton High School Nov 14 Sterling College Nov 21 Hays High School Nov 27 Salina “All-Stars”

L .... 0-33 W .... 21-6 W .... 28-0

W .... 28-6 L ..... 2-19 L ..... 0-20 W .... 13-3 L ....... 0-6 L ..... 6-14 W .... 13-7 W ...... 9-6

RECORDS

W ... 13-0 L ..... 0-18

1918 (2-1) W.G. Speer Sept 28 Fort Riley Medics Nov 15 Bethany College Nov 28 Camp Funston

1924 (4-4, 3-4 KIAC) Bill Weidlein Sep 27 St. John’s College (Kan.) Oct 4 Emporia State* Oct 10 @McPherson College* Oct 18 Kansas Wesleyan* Oct 23 @St. Mary’s College* Oct 31 @Bethany College* Nov 15 Wichita State* Nov 27 @Sterling College*

THE MIAA

1912 (1-1) Ira Van Cleave --St. Joseph’s Academy --Hays City Athletic Club

1917 (7-0, 6-0 KIAC) W.G. Speer Kansas Conference Champions (first ever) Oct 5 @Southwestern College* W .. 23-20 Oct 12 Baker University* W ...... 7-0 Oct 25 @St. Mary’s College* W ...... 8-0 Nov 2 @Bethany College* W ...... 3-0 Nov 10 Haskell JV W .... 28-7 Nov 16 @Kansas Wesleyan* W .... 38-0 Nov 30 Sterling College* W .... 33-0

L ..... 0-20 T ....... 0-0

REVIEW

T ...... 6-6 W ... 15-0 L .... 0-39 L ...... 0-6

L ..... 7-27 W .... 20-0 W .. 13-12 W ...... 8-6 W .... 14-3 W .... 33-0 L ..... 0-13

Nov 22 @Wichita State* Nov 29 Sterling College*

OPPONENTS

1907 (1-2-1) Coach Unknown --Colby Town Team --Russell High School --St. John’s Military School --Russell High School

1916 (5-2, 4-1 KIAC) W.G. Speer Oct 6 @Haskell Institute Oct 13 Kansas Wesleyan* Oct 20 College of Emporia* Nov 3 Bethany College* Nov 10 @St. Mary’s College* Nov 25 Haskell Institute JV Nov 30 @Sterling College*

W ...... 9-0 L ... 25-27 W ...... 6-0 L ..... 6-20 W ...... 6-0

PLAYERS

1906 (2-1-1) Coach Unknown --Hays High School --Hays Town Team --Ellis Town Team --Plainville Town Team

Haskell Institute JV @Bethany College* Ottawa University* @Kansas Wesleyan* Bethany College*

COACHES

1903 (2-1) Coach Unknown --Kansas Wesleyan --McCracken Town Team --Fort Riley

Oct 23 Oct 29 Nov 5 Nov 12 Nov 25

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

T .. 12-12 T ...... 6-6 T ...... 0-0 W ... 15-0

FORT HAYS STATE

1902 (1-0-3) Coach Unknown --Hays High School --Hays High School --Hays High School --Hays High School

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McPherson College Southwestern College* @Wichita State* @Bethany College Pittsburg State*

W ...... 6-2 T ....... 0-0 L ..... 0-61 W ...... 6-0 L ..... 6-13

1938 (7-2, 3-1 CIC) Paul Waldorf Sep 23 Chadron State Oct 1 @St. Benedict’s Oct 8 @Northern Arizona Oct 15 College of Emporia Oct 22 Emporia State* Oct 28 @Kearney State Nov 5 Wichita State* Nov 11 @Pittsburg State* Nov 19 @Southwestern College*

W .... 21-0 L ... 14-19 W .. 20-19 W .... 20-0 W .... 14-0 W .... 38-6 L ..... 7-15 W .... 19-6 W .... 28-0

1948 (5-3-1, 3-1-1 CIC) Ralph Huffman Sep 18 Kansas Wesleyan W .... 21-0 Sep 25 @Northwestern Oklahoma W .... 20-0 Oct 1 @Southwestern College* W .... 20-7 Oct 9 Pittsburg State* W .... 27-7 Oct 16 St. Benedict’s* W .... 40-0 Oct 22 @Emporia State* L ..... 0-25 Oct 29 @Rockhurst College L ..... 7-20 Nov 6 Washburn* T ....... 6-6 Nov 12 @New Mexico A&M L ... 14-27

1939 (2-5-2, 1-3-1 CIC) Paul Waldorf Sep 22 @New Mexico State Sep 30 @Kansas State Oct 7 Oklahoma City Oct 14 Pittsburg State* Oct 21 St. Benedict’s* Oct 28 @Emporia State* Nov 3 Southwestern College* Nov 18 Hastings College Nov 24 @Wichita State*

L .... 7-33 L ..... 7-34 T ....... 0-0 T ....... 7-7 L ..... 7-13 L ..... 0-27 W .... 46-6 W .... 14-0 L .... 6-26

1949 (5-4, 3-2 CIC) Ralph Huffman Sep 17 @Kansas Wesleyan Sep 24 @Kansas State Oct 1 Southwestern College* Oct 8 @Pittsburg State* Oct 15 St. Benedict’s* Oct 22 @Colorado College Oct 29 Emporia State* Nov 5 @Washburn* Nov 12 Rockhurst College

1940 (3-3-3, 1-3 CIC) Paul Waldorf Sep 28 McPherson College Oct 4 @Oklahoma City Oct 12 @St. Benedict’s* Oct 19 Sterling College Oct 26 Emporia State* Nov 2 @Colorado State Nov 9 Peru State (Neb.) Nov 16 @Pittsburg State* Nov 23 Southwestern College*

W .... 32-0 T ....... 6-6 L ....... 0-6 W .... 13-6 L ....... 0-6 T ....... 0-0 T ....... 7-7 W ...... 6-0 L ..... 0-14

1950 (3-4-2, 0-3-2 CIC) Ralph Huffman Sep 22 @Northwest Missouri W .. 21-14 Sep 29 @Southwestern College* T ....... 0-0 Oct 2 Pittsburg State* L ....... 0-6 Oct 14 @St. Benedict’s* T ....... 7-7 Oct 21 Quincy College (Ill.) W .. 26-25 Oct 28 @Emporia State* L ..... 0-27 Nov 4 Washburn* L ....... 0-7 Nov 11 @Colorado College L ..... 0-32 Nov 24 Kansas Wesleyan W .. 26-13

Co-Cham-

1941 (1-6-2, 0-5 CIC) Paul Waldorf Sep 27 @Kansas State Oct 4 Sterling College Oct 11 College of Emporia Oct 18 Pittsburg State* Oct 25 @Emporia State* Nov 1 Washburn* Nov 8 St. Benedict’s* Nov 14 @Southwestern Oklahoma Nov 21 @Southwestern College*

T ...... 0-0 T ...... 6-6 W .... 57-0 L .... 0-26 L ... 19-22 L .... 0-21 L .... 7-26 L .... 0-19 L ...... 0-3

1951 (5-4, 2-3 CIC) Ralph Huffman Sep 22 Northwest Missouri Sep 29 Southwestern College* Oct 6 @Pittsburg State* Oct 13 St. Benedict’s* Oct 20 @Quincy College (Ill.) Oct 27 Emporia State* Nov 3 Washburn* Nov 10 Colorado College Nov 17 Kansas Wesleyan

W .... 34-6 W .... 26-0 W ...... 3-0 W(F) . 0-3 W .... 34-6 L ..... 0-18 W .... 20-0 L ..... 0-21 W .... 12-6 W .... 42-0

1942 (1-8, 0-5 CIC) Bill Bearly Sep 26 Colorado College Oct 3 Southwestern College* Oct 10 @Bethel College Oct 16 @St. Benedict’s* Oct 24 Emporia State* Oct 31 @Washburn* Nov 7 @Regis College Nov 14 @Pittsburg State* Nov 21 Kansas Wesleyan

L .... 0-13 L ..... 0-13 L ..... 6-20 L ..... 0-33 L ..... 0-40 L ... 13-20 W .... 13-6 L ..... 7-13 L ....... 0-9

1952 (1-6-2, 0-3-2 CIC) Ralph Huffman Sep 19 @Northwest Missouri L ...... 6-7 Sep 26 @Southwestern College* T ... 13-13 Oct 4 Pittsburg State* T ....... 7-7 Oct 11 @St. Benedict’s* L ..... 2-14 Oct 18 Camp Carson W ...... 7-6 Oct 25 @Emporia State* L .... 6-28 Nov 1 Washburn* L ... 14-20 Nov 8 @Colorado College L ..... 0-49 Nov 15 Kansas Wesleyan L ... 20-34

1932 (4-5, 2-4 CIC) Jack Riley Sep 23 @Northern Colorado Sep 30 Bethany College Oct 7 Emporia State* Oct 14 Washburn* Oct 21 @College of Emporia* Oct 29 Wichita State* Nov 4 @Kearney State Nov 11 @Southwestern College* Nov 18 @Pittsburg State*

L ....... 0-7 W .... 13-0 W .... 13-0 L ..... 0-12 L ....... 0-6 L ..... 3-19 W .... 18-0 W .... 10-0 L .... 0-13

1933 (6-2-2, 3-1-2 CIC) Jack Riley Sep 29 @Wichita State* Oct 6 @Emporia State* Oct 13 Pittsburg State* Oct 20 Southwestern College* Oct 27 @Bethany College Nov 4 Panhandle A&M (Okla.) Nov 11 College of Emporia* Nov 18 @Washburn* Nov 24 Kearney State Nov 30 @Kansas Wesleyan

L ..... 9-13 W .... 15-6 T ....... 0-0 W .. 19-15 W .... 19-0 W .... 33-0 W ...... 9-6 T ....... 0-0 W .... 41-0 L ..... 0-21

1934 (6-2-1, 4-1 CIC) Jack Riley Central Intercollegiate Conference Champions Sep 29 @Kansas State L ..... 0-13 Oct 5 Emporia State* W .... 15-0 Oct 12 @Chadron State W .... 16-0 Oct 19 @Wichita State* W .... 12-7 Nov 3 St. Benedict’s T ....... 6-6 Nov 9 @Pittsburg State* L ..... 0-19 Nov 17 Washburn* W .. 23-12 Nov 24 @Southwestern College* W .... 19-7 Nov 29 @Kansas Wesleyan W .... 41-0 1935 (8-2, 3-1 CIC) Jim Yeager Central Intercollegiate Conference pions Sep 20 Augustana (S.D.) Sep 27 Chadron State Oct 5 @Kansas State Oct 11 @^Emporia State* Oct 19 @Wichita State* Oct 26 @St. Benedict’s Nov 2 Southwestern College* Nov 14 Pittsburg State* Nov 23 @Washburn Nov 28 Oklahoma Baptist ^ Forfeit: ESU used ineligible player.

1936 (6-3, 4-0 CIC) Paul Waldorf Central Intercollegiate Conference Champions Sep 26 @Kansas State L .... 0-13 Oct 3 Chadron State W .... 32-7 Oct 9 @Southwestern College* W .... 25-0 Oct 17 Wichita State* W .... 14-0 Oct 24 St. Benedict’s L ... 12-27 Oct 31 Emporia State* W .... 15-7 Nov 7 Haskell Institute W .... 13-0 Nov 13 @Pittsburg State* W .... 23-0 Nov 26 @Oklahoma Baptist L ..... 6-10 1937 (6-2-1, 2-2 CIC) Paul Waldorf Sep 25 Northwestern Okla. Oct 1 @Chadron State Oct 9 Southwestern College* Oct 16 Southwestern Okla. Oct 23 Pittsburg State* Oct 30 @Emporia State* Nov 6 St. Benedict’s Nov 12 @College of Emporia Nov 19 @Wichita State*

W .... 21-6 W ...... 7-0 W .... 28-0 W .... 12-7 W .... 13-6 L ..... 6-14 T ....... 7-7 W ...... 7-3 L ..... 0-13

1943-45 No football competition for duration of World War II 1946 (2-4-2, 1-2-2 CIC) Ralph Huffman Sep 21 Kansas Wesleyan W .... 14-0 Sep 28 @Colorado College L .... 0-15 Oct 4 @Southwestern College* L ..... 0-12 Oct 11 Pittsburg State* T ....... 0-0 Oct 19 St. Benedict’s* L ..... 7-14 Oct 26 @Emporia State* W .... 25-6 Nov 9 Washburn* T ... 20-20 Nov 16 @Colorado Mines L ... 14-35 1947 (5-3-1, 2-2-1 CIC) Ralph Huffman Sep 20 @Kansas Wesleyan W .. 28-13 Sep 27 Northwestern Oklahoma W .... 20-6 Oct 4 Southwestern College* W .... 28-0 Oct 10 @Pittsburg State* T ...... 0-0 Oct 18 @St. Benedict’s* W .... 27-7 Oct 25 Emporia State* L .... 7-39 Nov 1 Colorado College L ..... 7-19 Nov 7 @Washburn* L ... 14-47 Nov 15 Colorado Mines W .. 20-13

W .... 34-0 L .... 0-55 W .... 14-0 L .... 7-26 W .. 33-20 L .... 7-19 W ...... 9-0 L ... 13-34 W .... 26-7

W .... 20-7 W .... 34-0 L ...... 0-3 W .. 20-19 L ... 21-22 L .... 7-14 L .... 6-34 W .. 14-13 W .... 13-7

1953 (3-4-1, 2-2-1 CIC) Ralph Huffman Sep 19 @Omaha University L ... 12-20 Sep 26 Southwestern College* W .... 33-6 Oct 3 @Pittsburg State* T ... 12-12 Oct 10 St. Benedict’s* L ..... 8-20 Oct 16 @Northwest Missouri L ..... 7-21 Oct 24 Emporia State* L ..... 7-20 Oct 30 @Washburn* W ...... 7-6 Nov 14 @Kansas Wesleyan W .... 39-0 1954 (7-2, 4-1 CIC) Ralph Huffman Central Intercollegiate Conference Co-Champions Sep 18 Omaha University L ... 19-27 Sep 24 @Southwest Missouri W ..... 6-0 Oct 2 Northwest Missouri W .... 20-7 Oct 8 @Southwestern College* W .... 14-7 Oct 16 Pittsburg State* W .... 22-7 Oct 23 @Emporia State* W .... 20-6 Oct 30 @St. Benedict’s* L ... 12-13 Nov 6 Washburn* W .... 26-6 Nov 12 @Kearney State W .. 41-14


SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS

1963 (2-6-1, 1-3 CIC) Wayne McConnell Sep 21 @Northwest Missouri T ...... 7-7 Sep 28 @ Western Colorado L .... 0-42 Oct 5 Kearney State L ... 14-26 Oct 12 Omaha University* L .... 6-39 Oct 19 @Pittsburg State* L ... 12-42 Oct 26 Emporia State* W .. 28-13 Nov 2 Southern Colorado W .. 18-14 Nov 9 Washburn* L .... 0-46 Nov 16 Southwestern Oklahoma L ... 14-19

1970 (5-5, 2-3 RMAC) Tom Stromgren Sep 12 Missouri Southern W .. 36-29 Sep 19 Northwestern Oklahoma L ..... 3-27 Sep 26 Kearney State L ... 21-30 Oct 3 Pittsburg State* W .. 28-20 Oct 10 Washburn W .... 27-8 Oct 17 @Emporia State* L ... 31-42 Oct 24 @Nebraska-Omaha* L ... 19-21 Oct 31 @Southern Colorado* W .. 43-21 Nov 7 @Panhandle State (Okla.) W .. 56-14 Nov 14 Northern Colorado* L ... 34-55

1957 (4-4, 2-2 CIC) Wayne McConnell Sep 21 Kearney State L ..... 0-27 Sep 28 @Northwest Missouri W .. 40-27 Oct 5 @Colorado College L ... 20-22 Oct 12 Southwestern College* W .... 40-0 Oct 19 @Pittsburg State* L ..... 0-54 Nov 2 St. Benedict’s* L ... 24-38 Nov 8 @Northwest Missouri W .. 21-14 Nov 16 @Washburn* W .. 19-16

1964 (5-4, 2-2 CIC) Wayne McConnell Sep 12 @Kearney State W .. 35-14 Sep 19 Southwestern Oklahoma W .. 27-19 Sep 26 Western Colorado L .... 7-23 Oct 10 @Central Missouri W .... 40-6 Oct 17 Washburn* L .... 7-14 Oct 24 @Emporia State* W .. 20-19 Oct 31 @Southern Colorado L ... 19-34 Nov 7 Pittsburg State* W .... 40-7 Nov 14 @Omaha University* L ... 15-33

W .... 14-9 L ... 17-20 W .... 37-6 L ... 14-40 W .. 26-14 L ... 14-19 L .... 9-15 W .... 42-7 W .... 35-0

1974 (1-9, 1-4 GPAC) Bill Giles Sep 14 Northwestern Oklahoma Sep 21 Kearney State Sep 28 Missouri Southern Oct 5 Eastern New Mexico Oct 12 Northern Colorado* Oct 19 Pittsburg State* Oct 26 Washburn* Nov 2 Emporia State* Nov 9 Panhandle State Nov 16 Southern Colorado*

L ... 18-28 L ... 14-26 L ..... 9-10 L ..... 7-14 L ...... 0-3 L ..... 7-21 L ..... 7-14 L ... 13-28 L ... 13-26 W .. 28-13

1975 (3-7, 2-3 GPAC) Bill Giles Sep 13 Northwestern Oklahoma Sep 20 Kearney State Sep 27 Missouri Southern Oct 4 Eastern New Mexico Oct 11 Northern Colorado* Oct 18 Pittsburg State* Oct 25 Washburn*

L ... 20-21 L ..... 7-10 W .. 32-24 L ... 13-20 L ... 17-38 W .. 19-13 L ..... 8-27

HISTORY

1968 (2-7, 0-4 CIC) Wayne McConnell Sep 14 Northwestern Oklahoma W .. 33-21 Sep 21 @Kearney State L ... 10-29 Sep 28 Northern Colorado L ..... 7-14 Oct 5 Northwest Missouri W .... 14-3 Oct 12 Washburn* L ....... 6-9 Oct 19 @Emporia State* L ... 21-41 Oct 26 @Southern Colorado L ... 14-20 Nov 2 Pittsburg State* L ... 13-19 Nov 9 @Omaha University* L ... 14-32

1973 (5-4, 2-3 GPAC) Bill Giles Sep 8 Missouri Southern Sep 15 Northwestern Oklahoma Sep 22 Kearney State Sep 29 Northern Colorado* Oct 6 Pittsburg State* Oct 13 Washburn* Oct 20 Emporia State* Nov 3 Southern Colorado* Nov 10 Colorado Mines

RECORDS

1961 (0-9, 0-5 CIC) Wayne McConnell Sep 16 ^Kearney State L (F) 24-0 Sep 23 @Northwest Missouri L ... 16-17 Sep 30 @Colorado College L .... 6-14 Oct 7 ^Eastern New Mexico L (F)19-19 Oct 14 Omaha University* L .... 0-26 Oct 21 @Pittsburg State* L .... 7-41 Oct 28 ^Emporia State* L (F) 12-7 Nov 4 ^St. Benedict’s* L (F)21-14 Nov 10 @^Washburn* L (F) 14-7 ^FHSU forfeits; used ineligible player.

1967 (3-5, 2-2 CIC) Wayne McConnell Sep 17 @Southwestern Oklahoma L ... 20-27 Sep 23 Kearney State L ..... 7-27 Sep 30 @Northern Colorado L ..... 7-10 Oct 15 @Washburn* W .... 35-0 Oct 21 Emporia State* W .... 26-7 Oct 27 Southern Colorado W .... 14-0 Nov 4 @Pittsburg State* L ..... 7-13 Nov 9 Omaha University* L ... 28-32

L ... 15-40 T ... 21-21 L ... 21-24 L ... 16-45 W .. 28-14 L ... 29-31 L ..... 7-27 L ... 14-24 L ..... 9-34 L ..... 7-37

THE MIAA

1960 (2-7, 1-4 CIC) Wayne McConnell Sep 17 @Kearney State W .. 20-12 Sep 24 Northwest Missouri L .... 9-14 Oct 1 Colorado College L ... 19-28 Oct 8 @Eastern New Mexico L .... 0-25 Oct 15 @Omaha University* W .. 19-18 Oct 22 Pittsburg State* L .... 7-44 Oct 29 @Emporia State* L ... 14-27 Nov 5 @St. Benedict’s* L ... 21-26 Nov 12 Washburn* L .... 7-33

1966 (7-2, 3-1 CIC) Wayne McConnell Central Intercollegiate Conference Co-Champions Sep 17 Southwestern Oklahoma L ..... 7-13 Sep 24 @Kearney State W .... 20-0 Oct 1 Northern Colorado W .... 34-0 Oct 8 @Northwest Missouri W .... 29-7 Oct 15 Washburn* W ...... 7-0 Oct 22 @Emporia State* W .. 27-13 Oct 29 @Southern Colorado W .. 38-21 Nov 5 Pittsburg State* L ... 12-21 Nov 12 @Omaha University* W .... 19-0

1972 (1-8-1, 1-5 GPAC) Bill Giles Sep 9 Missouri Southern Sep 16 Northwestern Oklahoma Sep 23 Kearney State Sep 30 Northern Colorado* Oct 7 Pittsburg State* Oct 14 Washburn* Oct 21 Emporia State* Oct 28 Nebraska-Omaha* Nov 4 Southern Colorado* Nov 11 Colorado Mines

REVIEW

1959 (3-6, 1-4 CIC) Wayne McConnell Sep 19 Kearney State W .. 19-14 Sep 26 @Northwest Missouri L .... 8-13 Oct 3 @Colorado College L .... 0-47 Oct 10 Southwestern College* W .... 20-6 Oct 17 @Pittsburg State* L ... 12-14 Oct 24 Emporia State* L .... 0-26 Oct 31 St. Benedict’s* L ... 27-45 Nov 6 @Washburn* L ... 12-19 Nov 14 Omaha University W .... 18-6

1965 (6-3, 3-1 CIC) Wayne McConnell Sep 18 @Southwestern Oklahoma W ...... 7-6 Sep 25 Kearney State W .. 21-13 Oct 2 @Northern Colorado L .... 7-21 Oct 9 Central Missouri W .. 40-14 Oct 16 @Washburn* W .... 25-0 Oct 23 Emporia State* W .... 42-7 Oct 30 Southern Colorado L ... 14-24 Nov 6 @Pittsburg State* W .... 21-7 Nov 13 Omaha University* L ... 21-26

W .... 37-3 L ..... 7-40 L ... 21-40 T ... 14-14 L ... 10-34 L ... 21-23 L ... 21-27 W .... 10-7 L ... 35-36 L ... 21-42

OPPONENTS

1958 (4-4-1, 2-2-1 CIC) Wayne McConnell Sep 19 @Kearney State L ..... 7-35 Sep 27 Northwest Missouri W .... 13-0 Oct 4 Colorado College W .... 13-7 Oct 10 @Southwestern College* W .... 21-0 Oct 18 Pittsburg State* W .... 16-7 Oct 25 @Emporia State* T ...... 7-7 Nov 1 @St. Benedict’s* L .... 0-41 Nov 7 Washburn* L .... 6-19 Nov 15 @Northwestern Oklahoma L ... 14-34

1971 (2-7-1, 1-3-1) Tom Stromgren Sep 11 Missouri Southern Sep 18 Northwestern Oklahoma Sep 25 Kearney State Oct 2 Pittsburg State* Oct 9 Washburn Oct 16 Emporia State* Oct 23 Nebraska-Omaha* Oct 30 Southern Colorado* Nov 6 Panhandle State (Okla.) Nov 13 Northern Colorado*

PLAYERS

1956 (1-8, 0-5 CIC) Wayne McConnell Sep 15 Central Oklahoma L .... 6-35 Sep 21 @Kearney State L ..... 6-18 Sep 29 Northwest Missouri W .. 19-13 Oct 5 @Southwestern College* L ....... 0-7 Oct 13 Pittsburg State* L ..... 6-27 Oct 20 @Emporia State* L ... 13-14 Oct 27 @St. Benedict’s* L ..... 0-46 Nov 3 Washburn* L ... 19-32 Nov 10 @Panhandle A&M (Okla.) L ..... 6-22

COACHES

1969 (0-9, 0-6 RMAC) Tom Stromgren Sep 13 @Northwestern Oklahoma L ..... 6-34 Sep 20 Kearney State* L ... 12-28 Sep 27 @Northern Colorado* L ..... 6-53 Oct 4 @Northwest Missouri L ... 14-35 Oct 11 @Washburn* L ...... 6-9 Oct 18 Emporia State* L ... 26-41 Oct 25 Southern Colorado* L ... 14-20 Nov 1 @Pittsburg State L ... 18-41 Nov 8 Nebraska-Omaha* L ... 14-41

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

1962 (6-2-1, 3-1-1 CIC) Wayne McConnell Sep 22 Northwest Missouri W .... 21-0 Sep 29 @Colorado College W .... 33-0 Oct 6 @Kearney State L ... 13-27 Oct 13 @Omaha University* T ... 20-20 Oct 20 Pittsburg State* W .. 25-20 Oct 27 @Emporia State* L ... 13-14 Nov 3 @St. Benedict’s* W .... 21-0 Nov 10 Washburn* W .. 33-14 Nov 17 @Southwestern Oklahoma W .... 14-6

FORT HAYS STATE

1955 (5-3-1, 2-2-1 CIC) Ralph Huffman Sep 16 @Central Oklahoma L ... 12-19 Sep 24 Southwest Missouri W .... 19-7 Sep 30 @Northwest Missouri W .. 27-13 Oct 8 Southwestern College* T ....... 7-7 Oct 15 @Pittsburg State* L ..... 7-13 Oct 22 Emporia State* W .. 32-20 Oct 29 St. Benedict’s* W .... 27-7 Nov 6 @Washburn* L ..... 7-27 Nov 12 Kearney State W .. 20-12

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Nov 1 Emporia State* Nov 8 Panhandle State (Okla.) Nov 15 Southern Colorado*

W .... 20-8 L ... 21-22 L ... 27-31

1976 (5-4, 5-1 CSIC) Bill Giles Central States Intercollegiate Conference Co-Champions Sep 11 Northwestern Oklahoma L ... 27-44 Sep 18 Kearney State* W .. 27-21 Sep 25 Missouri Southern* W .. 21-20 Oct 2 Southern Colorado L ... 21-31 Oct 9 Missouri Western* W .... 14-9 Oct 16 Northern Colorado L ... 20-48 Oct 23 Pittsburg State* W .. 20-19 Oct 30 Washburn* L ... 19-23 Nov 6 Emporia State* W ...... 6-2 1977 (3-7-1, 1-5-1 CSIC) Bill Giles Sep 3 Adams State Sep 10 Northwestern Oklahoma Sep 17 Southern Colorado Sep 24 Northwest Missouri State Oct 1 Missouri Western* Oct 8 Emporia State* Oct 15 Pittsburg State* Oct 22 Missouri Southern* Oct 29 Wayne State (Neb.)* Nov 5 Kearney State* Nov 12 Washburn* 1978 (6-5-1, 4-2-1 CSIC) Bill Giles Sep 2 @Adams State Sep 9 Northwestern Oklahoma Sep 16 Southern Colorado Sep 23 @Northwest Missouri State Sep 30 Missouri Western* Oct 7 @Emporia State* Oct 14 Pittsburg State* Oct 21 @Missouri Southern* Oct 28 Wayne State (Neb.)* Nov 4 @Kearney State* Nov 11 Washburn* Nov 18 @Eastern New Mexico

W .... 34-7 L ... 27-31 L ... 14-42 W .. 42-28 L ... 22-25 L ..... 0-10 T ... 29-29 W .. 35-29 L ..... 7-21 L ..... 6-26 L ... 22-30

L ....... 6-9 L ... 18-21 L .... 6-29 W .. 36-22 W .. 28-23 W .. 27-17 W .. 35-30 L ... 14-31 T ... 17-17 L ... 12-27 W .. 17-10 W .... 14-6

1979 (5-6, 3-4 CSIC) Bobby Thompson Sep 8 @Langston Univ. (Okla.) W .... 31-0 Sep 15 @Illinois State L .... 7-35 Sep 22 Northwest Missouri State L .... 7-17 Sep 29 Kearney State* L .... 7-17 Oct 6 @Wayne State (Neb.)* L .... 9-12 Oct 13 Pittsburg State* L ... 26-27 Oct 20 @Washburn* W .... 20-6 Oct 27 @Missouri Southern* L ... 16-17 Nov 3 Emporia State* W .. 31-21 Nov 10 Missouri Western* W .. 38-20 Nov 17 Eastern New Mexico W .. 30-23 1980 (4-4-2, 3-2-2 CSIC) Bobby Thompson Sep 6 Lincoln (Mo.) L ... 13-21 Sep 13 Fort Lewis W .. 21-14 Sep 20 @Northwest Missouri State L ... 14-19 Sep 27 @Kearney State* T ... 21-21 Oct 4 Wayne State (Neb.)* L ... 30-34 Oct 11 @Pittsburg State* L ... 17-21 Oct 18 Washburn* W .. 28-17 Oct 25 Missouri Southern* W .. 34-12 Nov 1 @Emporia State* W .... 34-6 Nov 8 @Missouri Western* T ... 28-28 1981 (6-5, 3-4 CSIC) Jim Gilstrap Sep 5 Langston Univ. (Okla.) Sep 12 @St. Mary of the Plains Sep 19 @Fort Lewis Sep 26 Panhandle State (Okla.) Oct 3 Missouri Western* Oct 10 Kearney State* Oct 17 @Wayne State (Neb.)* Oct 24 @Pittsburg State*

W .... 27-3 W .. 51-13 W .. 21-17 L .... 7-12 L ... 31-39 L ... 22-45 L ... 18-24 L ... 32-57

Oct 31 @Washburn* Nov 7 @Missouri Southern* Nov 14 Emporia State*

W ...... 7-0 W .. 27-24 W .. 16-15

1982 (6-3-1, 4-2-1 CSIC) Jim Gilstrap Sep 4 @Langston Univ. (Okla.) W .... 15-9 Sep 11 St. Mary of the Plains W .... 49-0 Sep 25 @Panhandle State (Okla.) L .... 7-47 Oct 2 @Missouri Western* W .. 15-13 Oct 9 @Kearney State* L ... 16-27 Oct 16 Wayne State (Neb.)* W .... 17-6 Oct 23 @Pittsburg State* L ... 15-37 Oct 30 Washburn* W .... 34-7 Nov 6 Missouri Southern* T ... 28-28 Nov 13 @Emporia State* W .. 29-28 1983 (8-3, 4-3 CSIC) Jim Gilstrap Sep 3 @Lincoln (Mo.) Sep 10 Adams State Sep 17 Langston Univ. (Okla.) Sep 24 @Panhandle State (Okla.) Oct 1 Kearney State* Oct 8 @Wayne State (Neb.)* Oct 15 Pittsburg State* Oct 22 @Washburn* Oct 29 @Missouri Southern* Nov 5 Emporia State* Nov 12 Missouri Western*

W .... 14-6 W .. 31-13 W .... 14-0 W .... 25-6 W .. 44-21 W .. 38-14 L ... 25-29 L .... 3-24 L ... 10-42 W .. 43-10 W .. 41-21

1984 (0-10, 0-7 CSIC) Bobby Thompson Sep 8 ^Lincoln Univ. (Mo.) L (F) 21-0 Sep 15 @^Langston Univ. (Okla.) L (F)24-22 Sep 22 ^Panhandle State (Okla.) L (F)27-18 Sep 29 @Kearney State* L ... 14-47 Oct 6 ^Wayne State (Neb.)* L (F)21-14 Oct 13 @Pittsburg State* L ... 13-20 Oct 20 Washburn* L ... 14-26 Oct 27 Missouri Southern* L ... 15-22 Nov 3 @Emporia State* L .... 7-17 Nov 10 @Missouri Western* L ..... 7-19 ^FHSU forfeits four games - use of ineligible player. 1985 (7-2-1, 5-2 CSIC) John Vincent Sep 7 @Lincoln (Mo.) Sep 14 @Adams State Sep 21 Panhandle State (Okla.) Sep 28 Missouri Western* Oct 5 Kearney State* Oct 12 @Wayne State (Neb.)* Oct 19 Pittsburg State* Oct 26 @Washburn* Nov 2 @Missouri Southern* Nov 9 Emporia State* 1986 (4-6, 2-5 CSIC) John Vincent Sep 6 Lincoln (Mo.) Sep 13 Northwestern Oklahoma Sep 20 Black Hills State (S.D.) Sep 27 @Missouri Western* Oct 4 @Kearney State* Oct 11 Wayne State (Neb.)* Oct 18 @Pittsburg State* Oct 25 Washburn* Nov 1 Missouri Southern* Nov 8 @Emporia State*

W .... 35-3 W .. 34-24 T ... 19-19 W .... 17-7 W .. 35-28 W .. 26-21 L ... 46-54 W .... 30-0 L ... 20-22 W .. 35-26

W .... 38-6 L ... 21-44 W .... 57-6 W .... 35-0 L ... 21-39 W .... 14-0 L ... 14-45 L ... 35-40 L ...... 0-3 L ... 16-25

1987 (5-5, 4-3 CSIC) John Vincent Sep 5 Lincoln (Mo.) W .. 55-14 Sep 12 @Northwestern Oklahoma L ... 12-26 Sep 19 @Cameron University L ... 12-37 Sep 26 Kearney State* L .... 7-44 Oct 3 @Missouri Southern* L ... 13-38 Oct 10 Wayne State (Neb.)* W .. 29-24 Oct 17 Pittsburg State* L ... 13-62 Oct 24 @Missouri Western* W .. 23-17 Oct 31 Emporia State* W .. 40-20 Nov 7 @^Washburn* W (F)12-49 ^Washburn forfeits - use of ineligible player

1988 (3-6-1, 3-4 CSIC) John Vincent Sep 3 @Western State Sep 10 Northwestern Oklahoma Sep 17 Cameron University Sep 24 @Kearney State* Oct 1 @Missouri Southern* Oct 8 @Wayne State (Neb.)* Oct 15 @Pittsburg State* Oct 22 Missouri Western* Oct 29 @Emporia State* Nov 5 Washburn*

L ... 29-32 L .... 3-23 T ... 13-13 L ... 13-26 L ... 10-21 W .. 31-12 L ... 17-61 W .. 22-20 L ... 10-37 W .. 22-14

1989 (3-7) John Vincent Sep 2 Western State Sep 9 @Northwestern Oklahoma Sep 16 @Cameron University Sep 23 @Northern Iowa Oct 7 Northeastern Oklahoma Oct 14 @Western Illinois Oct 21 @New Mexico Highlands Oct 28 Wayne State (Neb.) Nov 4 Kearney State Nov 11 Emporia State

W .. 29-16 L ..... 0-12 L ... 20-34 L ... 15-43 L ... 14-16 L ..... 0-43 L ... 35-36 W .... 38-7 W .. 24-20 L ... 21-34

1990 (8-4) Bob Cortese Sep 1 @Western State Sep 8 Arkansas Tech Sep 15 Cameron University Sep 22 Adams State Sep 29 Fort Lewis Oct 6 @Northeastern Oklahoma Oct 13 @Emporia State Oct 20 New Mexico Highlands Oct 27 @Wayne State (Neb.) Nov 3 @Kearney State Nov 10 @Panhandle State (Okla.) Nov 17 Central State (Ohio)% %First NAIA Playoff Game

W ...... 8-7 L ... 22-27 W .... 28-6 W .. 28-21 W .... 35-7 L ..... 7-37 W .... 11-8 W .. 42-21 L ..... 3-13 W .... 12-9 W .. 49-27 L ... 10-48

1991 (8-3, 4-2 RMAC) Bob Cortese Sep 7 Emporia State Sep 14 @Arkansas Tech Sep 21 Colorado Mines* Sep 28 @Mesa State* Oct 5 @Wayne State (Neb.) Oct 12 Chadron State* Oct 19 @Western State* Oct 26 Nebraska-Kearney Nov 2 @Fort Lewis* Nov 9 Adams State* Nov 16 Panhandle State (Okla.)

L ... 27-28 W .... 12-9 W .. 28-24 L ... 14-21 W .. 28-20 W .... 10-9 L ... 21-42 W .. 43-20 W .. 49-24 W .. 21-20 W .... 59-0

1992 (6-5, 6-1 RMAC) Bob Cortese Sep 5 @Emporia State Sep 12 Central Oklahoma Sep 19 Central Arkansas Sep 26 @Nebraska-Kearney Oct 3 @New Mexico Highlands* Oct 10 @Mesa State* Oct 17 Adams State* Oct 24 Colorado Mines* Oct 31 @Chadron State* Nov 7 Western State* Nov 14 Fort Lewis*

L ... 17-24 L ... 15-17 L ... 14-21 L ... 13-17 W .. 51-28 W .. 38-17 W .. 31-17 W .. 54-14 W .... 10-0 L ... 10-35 W .. 49-25

1993 (8-4, 6-1 RMAC) Bob Cortese Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Champions Sep 4 Emporia State W .... 17-7 Sep 11 @Central Oklahoma L ..... 0-30 Sep 18 @Central Arkansas L ... 16-28 Sep 25 New Mexico Highlands* W .. 32-14 Oct 2 Nebraska-Kearney W .. 26-14 Oct 9 Mesa State* W .. 44-14 Oct 16 @Adams State* W .. 30-15 Oct 23 @Colorado Mines* W .. 35-21 Oct 30 Chadron State* W .... 35-7 Nov 6 @Western State* L ... 17-28


SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS

L ... 14-31 L ... 14-17 W .. 54-15 L ..... 6-26 L ..... 7-35 L ... 14-26 L ... 12-13

2005 (2-8, 2-6 RMAC) Kevin Verdugo Aug 27 Emporia State L ... 13-52 Sep 3 @Pittsburg State L ..... 7-58 Sep 10 @New Mexico Highlands* W .. 21-14 Sep 17 @Chadron State* L ..... 6-45 Sep 24 Adams State* W .. 18-15 Oct 1 Colorado Mines* L ... 10-46 Oct 8 @Fort Lewis* L ... 20-51 Oct 22 @Mesa State* L ..... 8-22 Oct 29 Nebraska-Kearney* L ... 20-54

W .... 55-3 W .. 34-10 L ... 10-28 W .. 26-12 L ... 11-26 L ..... 9-37 L ....... 0-6 L ... 10-17 L ..... 0-35 W .. 36-30 L ... 10-31

2008 (2-9, 1-8 MIAA) Kevin Verdugo Aug 28 New Mexico Highlands Sep 6 @Colorado Mines Sep 13 Washburn* Sep 20 @Emporia State* Sep 27 Truman* Oct 4 @Missouri Western* Oct 11 Missouri Southern* Oct 18 @Northwest Missouri State* Oct 25 Pittsburg State* Nov 1 @Nebraska-Omaha* Nov 8 Central Missouri*

W .... 44-0 L ..... 7-37 W .... 17-7 L ... 13-24 L ..... 7-27 L ... 28-31 L ..... 0-28 L ..... 7-56 L ..... 7-34 L ... 14-27 L ... 21-24

2009 (6-5, 4-5 MIAA) Kevin Verdugo Aug 29 @Western State Sep 5 Colorado Mines Sep 12 Missouri Western* Sep 19 @Truman* Sep 26 Emporia State* Oct 3 @Washburn* Oct 10 @Central Missouri* Oct 17 Nebraska-Omaha* Oct 24 @Pittsburg State* Oct 31 Northwest Missouri State* Nov 7 @Missouri Southern*

W .. 45-17 W .. 31-21 L ... 31-58 W .. 41-31 W .. 40-20 L ... 14-28 L ..... 3-48 W .. 31-20 L ... 41-59 L ... 40-66 W .. 48-34

2010 (3-8, 1-8 MIAA) Kevin Verdugo Aug 28 Western State Sep 4 East Central Sep 18 Truman* Sep 25 @Emporia State* Oct 2 Washburn* Oct 9 Central Missouri* Oct 16 @Nebraska-Omaha* Oct 23 Pittsburg State* Oct 30 @Northwest Missouri State* Nov 6 Missouri Southern* Nov 13 @Missouri Western*

W .. 45-20 W .. 45-23 W .... 34-9 L ..... 6-19 L ... 27-38 L ... 27-30 L ... 29-41 L ... 21-38 L ... 27-45 L ... 31-41 L ... 21-48

HISTORY

1999 (2-9, 2-6 RMAC) Jeff Leiker Sep 4 Emporia State Sep 11 @Washburn Sep 18 Colorado Mines* Sep 25 @Fort Lewis* Oct 2 Northwestern Oklahoma Oct 9 @Mesa State* Oct 16 Nebraska-Kearney*

L ... 10-13 L ..... 7-45 W .. 45-17 L ... 28-51 L ... 17-24 L ... 21-35 W .. 47-28 W .. 34-18 W .... 17-9 W .. 42-30 W .. 27-25

2007 (4-7, 2-7 MIAA) Kevin Verdugo Aug 25 Western State Sep 8 Colorado Mines Sep 15 @Washburn* Sep 22 Emporia State* Sep 29 @Truman* Oct 6 Missouri Western* Oct 13 @Missouri Southern* Oct 20 Northwest Missouri State* Oct 27 @Pittsburg State* Nov 3 Southwest Baptist* Nov 10 @Central Missouri*

RECORDS

L ..... 3-41 W .. 24-12 W .. 59-21 W .. 46-14 W .... 28-7 W .... 35-0 L ... 10-45 L ... 16-47 L ... 14-30 L ... 10-14 W .. 41-36

2004 (6-5, 5-3 RMAC) Tim O’Connor Aug 26 @Emporia State Sep 4 Pittsburg State Sep 11 New Mexico Highlands* Sep 18 Chadron State* Sep 25 @Adams State* Oct 2 @Colorado Mines* Oct 9 Fort Lewis* Oct 16 @Panhandle State (Okla.) Nov 1 Mesa State* Nov 8 @Nebraska-Kearney* Nov 15 @Western State*

L ... 21-31 L ..... 4-28 W .. 33-28 W .. 37-18 W .. 27-17 L ... 13-20 W .... 41-7 L ..... 6-28 W .. 38-34 L ... 19-20 W .. 31-17

2006 (1-10, 1-8 MIAA) Kevin Verdugo Sep 2 Texas A&M-Commerce L ... 14-17 Sep 9 @Colorado Mines L ... 24-31 Sep 16 @Emporia State* L ... 10-48 Sep 23 Washburn* L ..... 7-37 Sep 30 Central Missouri* L ... 14-37 Oct 7 @Southwest Baptist* L ... 21-39 Oct 14 Pittsburg State* L ... 28-35 Oct 21 @Northwest Missouri State* L ..... 0-59 Oct 28 Missouri Southern* W .... 10-0 Nov 4 @Missouri Western* L ... 10-24 Nov 11 Truman* L ... 15-40

THE MIAA

1998 (6-5, 4-4 RMAC) Jeff Leiker Sep 3 @Emporia State Sep 12 Washburn Sep 19 @Colorado Mines* Sep 26 Fort Lewis* Oct 3 @Wayne State (Neb.) Oct10 Mesa State* Oct 17 @Nebraska-Kearney* Oct 24 @Western State* Oct 31 New Mexico Highlands* Nov 7 Chadron State* Nov 14 @Adams State*

2003 (6-5, 5-3 RMAC) Tim O’Connor Sep 6 Emporia State Sep 13 @Washburn Sep 20 @Chadron State* Sep 27 Adams State* Oct 4 Colorado Mines* Oct 11 @Fort Lewis* Oct 18 Panhandle State (Okla.) Oct 25 @Mesa State* Nov 1 Nebraska-Kearney* Nov 8 Western State* Nov 15 @New Mexico Highlands*

L ..... 7-38 W .. 37-29 L ... 23-52 L ..... 6-30 L ... 27-42 W .. 58-27 W .. 49-32 W .. 20-16 L ... 29-46 L ..... 7-34 W .. 37-27

L ... 14-26

REVIEW

L ... 35-51 L ... 14-31 L ... 23-30 W .. 62-12 W .. 34-19 L ... 20-23 W .. 28-15 L ... 28-35 L ..... 0-40 W .. 41-15 W .. 17-14

2002 (5-6, 3-5 RMAC) Tim O’Connor Sep 5 @Emporia State Sep 14 Washburn Sep 21 Chadron State* Sep 28 @Adams State* Oct 5 @Colorado Mines* Oct 12 Fort Lewis* Oct 19 @Panhandle State (Okla.) Oct 26 Mesa State* Nov 2 @Nebraska-Kearney* Nov 9 @Western State* Nov 16 New Mexico Highlands*

L ... 21-38 L ... 14-37 W .... 15-0 L 45-52ot W .. 37-17 W .... 60-6 L ... 20-23 L ... 35-44 L ... 15-29 L ... 26-36 L ..... 0-44

Western State*

OPPONENTS

1997 (5-6, 4-4 RMAC) Bob Cortese Sep 6 Emporia State Sep 13 @Washburn Sep 20 @Fort Lewis* Sep 27 Wayne State (Neb.) Oct 4 @Mesa State* Oct 11 Nebraska-Kearney* Oct 18 Western State* Oct 25 @New Mexico Highlands* Nov 1 @Chadron State* Nov 8 Adams State* Nov 15 Colorado Mines*

W .. 42-30 W .... 21-6 L ... 21-24 W .... 46-7 L ... 14-42 W .. 26-23 L ... 19-22 W .. 30-27 W .. 52-21 W .. 44-26

2001 (3-8, 2-6 RMAC) Tim O’Connor Aug 30 Emporia State Sep 8 @Missouri Western Sep 15 Adams State* Sep 22 Colorado Mines* Sep 29 @Fort Lewis* Oct 6 Panhandle State (Okla.) Oct 13 @Mesa State* Oct 20 Nebraska-Kearney* Oct 27 Western State* Nov 3 @New Mexico Highlands* Nov 10 @Chadron State*

W .. 16-10 W .. 23-15 L ... 28-35 W .... 27-6 W .. 53-29 L ... 28-31 L ... 15-28 L ... 17-23 W .... 10-9 L ... 14-17

Nov 5

PLAYERS

1996 (7-3, 5-3 RMAC) Bob Cortese Sep 7 @Emporia State Sep 14 Washburn Sep 21 Fort Lewis* Oct 5 Mesa State College* Oct 12 @Nebraska-Kearney* Oct 19 @Western State* Oct 26 New Mexico Highlands* Nov 2 Chadron State* Nov 9 @Adams State* Nov 16 @Colorado Mines*

2000 (5-5, 3-5 RMAC) Jeff Leiker Aug 31 @Emporia State Sep 9 Missouri Western Sep 16 @Adams State* Sep 23 @Colorado Mines* Oct 30 Fort Lewis* Oct 14 Mesa State* Oct 21 @Nebraska-Kearney* Oct 28 @Western State* Nov 4 New Mexico Highlands* Nov 11 Chadron State*

W .... 23-3 L ... 19-45 L ..... 3-31 L ... 13-31

COACHES

1995 (8-2-2, 6-0-1) Bob Cortese Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Co-Champions Sep 2 Emporia State W .. 43-16 Sep 9 Pittsburg State T ... 16-16 Sep 16 @Central Oklahoma L ..... 0-28 Sep 23 Nebraska-Kearney W .... 31-6 Sep 30 @Fort Lewis* W .. 35-27 Oct 7 New Mexico Highlands* W .... 51-7 Oct 14 Mesa State* W .. 62-13 Oct 21 @Adams State* W .. 50-47 Oct 28 @Colorado Mines* W .. 56-17 Nov 4 Chadron State* W .... 47-5 Nov 11 @Western State* T ... 27-27 Nov 18 @Texas A&M-Kingsville% L ... 28-59 %NCAA Division II Playoff Game

Western State* @New Mexico Highlands* Chadron State* @Adams State*

FOOTBALL FACILITIES

1994 (5-5-1, 5-1-1 RMAC) Bob Cortese Sep 3 @Emporia State L ... 17-24 Sep 10 @Pittsburg State L ... 12-55 Sep 17 Central Oklahoma L ... 15-38 Sep 24 @Nebraska-Kearney L ..... 7-14 Oct 1 Fort Lewis* W .. 41-21 Oct 8 @New Mexico Highlands* W .. 61-47 Oct 15 @Mesa State* W .. 33-28 Oct 22 Adams State* T ... 23-23 Oct 29 Colorado Mines* W .... 28-7 Nov 5 @Chadron State* L ... 21-52 Nov 12 Western State* W .. 28-10

Oct 23 Oct 30 Nov 6 Nov 13

FORT HAYS STATE

Nov 13 @Fort Lewis* W .... 44-6 Nov 20 @California-Davis% L ... 34-37 %First-ever NCAA Division II Playoff Game

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MEDIA INFORMATION The 2011 Fort Hays State University Football Media Guide is intended to provide information for broadcasters, writers, sports editors, sports information personnel and fans that follow the Tigers. Material in the guide is current as of July 20, 2011. Additional information is available through the Fort Hays State Sports Information Office and through releases available to accredited media outlets. Additional releases and information can be found on the Fort Hays State University Athletics Website... www.fhsuathletics.com. FHSU Sports Information Office The Fort Hays State University Sports Information Office is located in room 138H of Cunningham Hall on the campus of Fort Hays State University. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Contact by phone at (785) 628-5903, by fax at (785) 6284383, or by e-mail at rpricket@fhsu.edu. Media Credentials Media credentials are available to personnel from accredited media outlets by contacting Ryan Prickett, FHSU Sports Information Director, at (785) 628-5903. Credentials are available 90 minutes prior to kickoff at the west entrance gate of Lewis Field Stadium. Press box space is limited and reserved on a game-by-game basis. Requests for credentials should be made at least one week prior to the game date. Interview Requests Interview requests with coaches and players must be channeled through Ryan Prickett, FHSU Sports Information Director. Postgame interviews with head coach Chris Brown and selected players will be conducted following a 15-minute cooling off period upstairs on the east side of Lewis Field Stadium. Game Services Programs and the latest statistical information will be available in the press box prior to all contests. Printed statistics will be available to the media at halftime. Statistical booklets and play-by-play will be distributed to the media approximately 20 minutes following each home game. Internet for Media Members Internet access is available to members of the media in the press box. All internet access is available through ethernet connections. Tigers on the Internet For up-to-the-minute coverage of the Tigers, go to the official website www.fhsuathletics.com, for results, stories, stats, schedules, and all things related to FHSU Athletics. Radio Stations One courtesy line will be made available to the official radio station of each visiting team. Additional stations wishing to broadcast must contact Ryan Prickett, FHSU Sports Information Director for possible arrangements.

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All Fort Hays State University football and men’s and women’s basketball games are broadcast on KJLS 103.3 FM (Tiger Radio, Mix 103), which services approximately 20 counties over an 80 mile radius of Hays in west central Kansas. Those outside the listening area can access streaming audio online at www.tigersports.net. Gerard Wellbrock is the play-by-play voice of the Fort Hays State Tigers. Wellbrock served as the color analyst for Tiger games from 19921998. He has been with Eagle Radio since the fall of 1992 and has won nearly every top honor in the state for sportscasting and play-by-play. Gerard The list of awards and honors includes: three Oscar Stauffer Awards from Wellbrock the Kansas State High School Activities Association as Sportscaster of the Year; the Kansas Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association Sportscaster of the Year and first-place awards for Play-by-play and Complete Sportscast from the Kansas Association of Broadcasters. The FHSU Alumni Association honored him as a Young Alumni award recipient in 2004. Joining Wellbrock on the Tiger Radio team are Callie Kolacny, Dustin Armbruster, and Cole Reif.

Fort Hays State Sports Information Ryan Prickett - Sports Information Director Ryan Prickett is in his seventh year as Sports Information Director at Fort Hays State University. Prickett became the sports information director in June of 2005. He is the head media contact for all of Fort Hays State’s 18 intercollegiate athletic programs. Prickett has been involved in Fort Hays State’s sports information department for 13 years as a student assistant, graduate assistant, and now head director. He worked under former Fort Hays State Sports Information Directors Jack Kuestermeyer, Steve Webster and Jason McCullough. Prickett is a member of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). He is responsible for writing, editing and designing all of Fort Hays State University’s athletic publications. Prickett provided the concept to website host SIDEARM Sports for the new and improved look of Fort Hays State’s athletic website, www. fhsuathletics.com, in 2010. He is head of all statistical operations for each Tiger athletic program. Prickett has also served as the head media contact for Kansas State High School Activities Association State Championships hosted in Hays for football, volleyball, wrestling, and boys and girls basketball. Prickett has gained national recognition by CoSIDA for his publications at Fort Hays State. He has garnered top 10 national finishes for media guides in football, volleyball, and men’s and women’s basketball. Most recently, he garnered two citations for excellence in publications for the 2008-09 season with the women’s basketball media guide finishing third and the men’s basketball media guide finishing fourth in the nation. A native of Salina, Kan., Prickett earned a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education in 2003 and a master’s degree in Sports Administration in 2005 from Fort Hays State University. Prickett and his wife, Stacy, currently reside in Hays. Doug Self - Sports Information Graduate Assistant Doug Self is in his second year as a sports information graduate assistant at Fort Hays State University. Self is in his third year overall with the department after serving as an intern the year prior to becoming a graduate assistant. He is the secondary media contact for all 18 of FHSU’s athletic programs. He is involved in maintenance of the athletic website, media guide production, and statistical operations for all the Tiger athletic programs. Self came to Fort Hays State after spending two years at Highland Community College as a member of the track team and one year at the University of Kansas. Self, a Valley Falls, Kan. native, graduated in May 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in Recreation and Sports Management from Fort Hays State and is working towards a master’s degree in Sports Administration.

Covering The Tigers PRINT MEDIA Hays Daily News Salina Journal Wichita Eagle Hutchinson News Topeka Capital Journal University Leader

WEB SITE hdnews.net salina.com kansas.com hutchnews.com cjonline.com fhsu.edu/leader

CONTACT Randy Gonzales Bob Davidson Tony Adame Gene Schinzel Ken Corbitt Klint Spiller

PHONE (785) 628-1081 (785) 823-6363 (316) 268-6278 (620) 694-5742 (785) 295-1123 (785) 628-5301

FAX (785) 628-8186 (785) 827-6060 (316) 268-6536 (620) 662-4186 (785) 295-1230 (785) 628-4004

ADDRESS 507 Main Street, Hays, KS. 67601 P.O. Box 740, Salina, KS 67402 825 E. Douglas, Wichita, KS 67201 P.O. Box 190, Hutchinson, KS 67504 616 Jefferson, Topeka, KS 66607 600 Park Street, Hays, KS 67601

RADIO STATIONS KJLS 103.3 FM KAYS 1400 AM

WEB SITE tigersports.net kaysradio.com

CONTACT Gerard Wellbrock Gerard Wellbrock

PHONE (785) 625-2578 (785) 625-2578

FAX (785) 628-1822 (785) 628-1822

ADDRESS 2300 Hall Street, Hays, KS 67601 2300 Hall Street, Hays, KS 67601

TELEVISION STATIONS KBSH-10 (CBS) KSNW-2 (NBC) KAKE-11 (ABC)

WEB SITE www.kwch.com www.ksn.com www.ksn.com

CONTACT Heather Williams Jamison Coyle Chris Frye

PHONE (785) 650-9530 (316) 265-3333 (316) 943-4221

FAX NA (316) 292-1195 (316) 943-5374

ADDRESS 2300 Hall Street, Hays, KS 67601 833 N Main St., Wichita, KS 67203 1500 N. West Street, Wichita, KS 67203-1323

WIRE SERVICES Associated Press

WEB SITE www.ap.com

CONTACT Steve Brisendine

PHONE (800) 852-4844

FAX (816) 421-3590

ADDRESS 215 West Pershing, Kansas City, MO 64108


2010 FHSU RECORD SETTERS MIKE GARRISON

-FHSU Career Passing Leader (7,014 yds) -FHSU Single-Season Passing Leader (3,513 yds in 2010) -FHSU Career Total Offense Leader (7,975 yds) -FHSU Single-Season Total Offense Leader (3,960 yds in 2010) -FHSU Single-Season Completion Pct. Leader (61.0 in 2009) -FHSU Career Completions Leader (540) -Tied FHSU Career Passing Touchdowns Record (49) -Two-Time All-MIAA Selection

O.J. MURDOCK

-FHSU Single-Season Receiving Yards Leader (1,290 yds in 2010) -Tied FHSU Single-Season Yards Per Catch Record (21.5) -FHSU & MIAA Career Yards Per Catch Leader (20.9) -2010 Football Gazette Third Team All-American -2010 D2Football.com Honorable Mention All-American -2010 Football Gazette All-Super Region 4 Second Team -Two-Time All-MIAA Selection

JACOB CROSSMAN

-Tied FHSU Single-Season Tackles For Loss Record (19.0) -Tied for 2010 MIAA Lead in Sacks (9.0) -2010 Football Gazette Second Team All-American -2010 Daktronics All-Super Region 4 First Team -2010 Football Gazette All-Super Region 4 First Team -Two-Time All-MIAA Selection


DATE OPPONENT

LOCATION

September 1 EMPORIA STATE*

HAYS

TIME 7:00 p.m.

(Eagle Communications Kickoff Classic)

10 Truman*

Kirksville, Mo.

17 SOUTHWEST BAPTIST

HAYS

1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

(Tailgreat)

24 Northwest Missouri State*

Maryville, Mo.

1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m.

October

1 Lincoln*

Jefferson City, Mo.

8 PITTSBURG STATE*

HAYS

7:00 p.m.

HAYS

6:00 p.m.

(Homecoming)

15 CENTRAL MISSOURI*

(MIAA TV Game of the Week)

22 Central Oklahoma

Edmond, Okla.

2:00 p.m.

29 Washburn*

Topeka, Kan.

1:00 p.m.

November 5 MISSOURI SOUTHERN*

HAYS

2:00 p.m.

HAYS

2:00 p.m.

(Hall of Fame Game)

12 MISSOURI WESTERN*

(Senior Day) *Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association Games All Times Central HOME GAMES IN BOLD

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2011 Fort Hays State Football Media Guide  

Yearly informational guide on Fort Hays State University Football

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Yearly informational guide on Fort Hays State University Football

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