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QUICK FACTS ABOUT IUP

Official Name of School.......................................................................................................................... Indiana University of Pennsylvania Founded............................................................................................................................................................................................................1875 Enrollment.....................................................................................................................................................................................................15,000 Nickname..................................................................................................................................................................................... Crimson Hawks Colors.......................................................................................................................................................................................Crimson and Gray Interim President.................................................................................................................................................................... Dr. David Werner Vice President for Student Affairs.....................................................................................................................................Dr. Rhonda Luckey

ATHLETICS

Mailing Address.................................................................................................................................................................Kovalchick Complex ...................................................................................................................................................711 Pratt Drive, Suite 204, Indiana, PA 15705 Athletic Director................................................................................................................................................................... Dr. Frank Condino Associate Athletic Director............................................................................................................................................................. Frances Nee Sports Medicine (Football Contact)..........................................................................................................................................Frank Trenney Business Officer...........................................................................................................................................................................Lisa Bash-Ward Facilities Director.................................................................................................................................................................................. Jim Watta Athletic Department Phone......................................................................................................................................................... 724-357-2782 Ticket Office Phone....................................................................................................................................................................... 724-357-2057 Athletic Department Fax.............................................................................................................................................................. 724-357-2754 Athletics Website...........................................................................................................................................................www.IUPathletics.com National Affiliation.................................................................................................................................................................NCAA Division II Conference....................................................................................... Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC), Western Division Stadium (Capacity/Surface).........................................................................................................George P. Miller Stadium (6,000/A-Turf ) Press Box Phone............................................................................................................................................................................. 724-357-2762

SPORTS INFORMATION

Sports Information Director.........................................................................................................................................................Ryan Rebholz Office Phone.................................................................................................................................................................................... 724-357-2747 Cell.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 610-739-2676 E-mail Address.........................................................................................................................................................................rrebholz@iup.edu

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COACHING STAFF Head Coach.............................................................................................................................................. Curt Cignetti (West Virginia, 1982) IUP Record.............................................................................................................................................................................................. First Year Overall Record........................................................................................................................................................................................ First Year Office Phone.................................................................................................................................................................................... 724-357-2780 Best Time to Reach Coach Cignetti................................................................................................................................. Weekday Mornings Assistants Defensive Coordinator/Safeties.......................................................................................................... Paul Tortorella (Slippery Rock, 1985) Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks....................................................................................................................Luke Getsy (Akron, 2007) Offensive Line............................................................................................................................................................ Mike Campolo (IUP, 1996) Wide Receivers.......................................................................................................................................................... Rod Rutherford (Pitt, 2004) Running Backs ................................................................................................................................................................Tim Zetts (Akron, 2009) Tight Ends...........................................................................................................................................Scott Kaniecki (SUNY Brockport, 2008) Linebackers...........................................................................................................................................................................Jim Smith (IUP, 1998) Defensive Ends...............................................................................................................................................Bernie McQuown (Juniata, 1958) Defensive Tackles...................................................................................................................................................... Adam Schmidt (IUP, 2009) Cornerbacks............................................................................................................................................... Tyler Scudder (West Virginia, 2009) TEAM INFORMATION Basic Offense............................................................................................................................................................................................. Multiple Basic Defense............................................................................................................................................................................................ Multiple Offensive Lettermen Returning/Lost...........................................................................................................................................................14/7 Defensive Lettermen Returning/Lost..........................................................................................................................................................11/9 Specialists Returning/Lost...............................................................................................................................................................................0/3 Total Lettermen Returning/Lost................................................................................................................................................................ 24/20 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost..................................................................................................................................................................5/6 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost.................................................................................................................................................................3/8 HISTORY 2010 Overall Record..........................................................................................................................................................................................6-5 2010 PSAC West Record/Finish.....................................................................................................................................................3-4/Tied 4th First Year of Football (modern era).............................................................................................................................................................1927 All-Time Football Record..................................................................................................................................497-248-23 .663 (82 seasons) Years in Division II Playoffs.................................................................................................... 14 (1987-91, 1993-94, 1996, 1998-02, 2007) Years in Division II National Semifinals............................................................................................................. 6 (1989-91, 1993-94, 1999) Years in Division II National Championship Game...................................................................................................................... 1990, 1993 Last Postseason Opponents (2007)..................................................................Defeated West Chester, 45-35; Lost to Shepherd, 41-34 All-Time Division II Playoff Record.......................................................................................................................................................... 16-14

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TABLE OF CONTENTS IUP ATHLETICS SUCCESS ...................................INSIDE FRONT COVER QUICK FACTS....................................................................................................... 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS ..................................................................................... 2 2011 SEASON OUTLOOK ..............................................................................3-7 2011 NUMERICAL ROSTER...........................................................................8-9 2011 OPPONENTS ....................................................................................... 10-13 IUP VS. ALL OPPONENTS............................................................................... 13 HEAD COACH CURT CIGNETTI........................................................... 14-15 ASSISTANT COACHES.............................................................................. 16-19 PLAYER BIOS................................................................................................. 20-27 2010 GAME REVIEWS ................................................................................ 28-31 2010 STATISTICAL REVIEW .................................................................... 32-33 POSTSEASON HISTORY ................................................................................. 34 PLAYOFF GAME SUMMARIES ............................................................... 35-38 YEARL-BY-YEAR RESULTS ....................................................................... 39-41 ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS .............................................................. 41 ALL-AMERICANS ............................................................................................. 42 ALL-TIME LETTERMEN ........................................................................... 43-46 TEAM GAME RECORDS ................................................................................. 47 TEAM SEASON RECORDS ....................................................................... 48-49 PLAYOFF GAME, CAREER RECORDS ........................................................ 49 TEAM HIGHS AND LOWS ............................................................................. 50 OPPONENT HIGHS AND LOWS ................................................................. 51 IUP RUSHING RECORDS ................................................................................ 52 IUP PASSING RECORDS ................................................................................. 53 IUP TOTAL OFFENSE RECORDS ................................................................. 54 IUP RECEIVING RECORDS ............................................................................ 55 IUP SCORING RECORDS ................................................................................ 56 IUP DEFENSE AND SPECIAL TEAMS RECORDS ................................... 57 OPPONENT GAME RECORDS ..................................................................... 58 IUP IN THE NFL ................................................................................................. 59 IUP SPORTS MEDICINE .................................................................................. 60 ABOUT IUP ................................................................................................... 61-63 IUP ATHLETICS ON THE WEB .................................................................... 64 HISTORY OF SUCCESS............................................. INSIDE BACK COVER 2010 SCHEDULE...........................................................................BACK COVER

On The Cover: Head coach Curt Cignetti, Javon Rowan (9), Akeem Smith (93), Nick Carnicella (54), Johnny Franco (28), Pat Smith (12), Carl Thornton (69), Mark Jackson (7), Anthony DiPasquale (76), Harvie Tuck (24). CREDITS EDITORIAL The 2011 IUP football media guide was created by the sports information office, including current sports information director Ryan Rebholz and student assistant Alexis Quinn. Writing and editing credits also go to former sports information director Mike Hoffman. Other editorial assistance provided by IUP head coach Curt Cignetti, his coaching staff, and Amanda Rogerson of the football staff. Information on the residential revival project and the university was provided by the IUP communications department. PHOTOGRAPHY Photography credits go to Amanda Rogerson, Anthony Shingler, Keith Boyer and the Indiana Gazette. Other photographs were culled from the IUP sports information and communications department archives. The pictures of IUP players in the NFL were supplied by the Buffalo Bills (Jim Haslett and Chris Villarrial), San Diego Chargers (Leander Jordan), Kansas City Chiefs (Kris Griffin), Baltimore Ravens (John Jones), Arizona Cardinals (LeRon McCoy), and James D. Smith of the Dallas Cowboys (Akwasi Owusu-Ansah). PRINTING The media guide was printed by Gazette Printers of Indiana, Pa. Special thanks to Kevin Huston, manager, Mandy Mosco and Jeannette Byers.

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2011 OUTLOOK

IUP enters the 2011 campaign looking to reverse its fortunes of the past two seasons. The Crimson Hawks won only 11 of 22 games during that span, including their final two games a year ago to avoid a second consecutive losing season. Given the task of restoring the IUP football program to conference, regional and national prominence is Curt Cignetti, who was hired in January after spending four seasons as the wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator at the University of Alabama and helped the Crimson Tide win the 2009 national championship. Cignetti wasted little time putting his stamp on the IUP program. Since his arrival on campus he has made it a point for his team to improve on a daily basis while placing a renewed emphasis on recruiting and player development. “Building a program is all about recruiting and player development,” Cignetti said. “At the same time we are trying to establish a mindset that we are a tough, physical football team. We want to take pride in being a relentless, competitive team that just keeps coming at you. Although spring practice was cut short due to injuries and a corresponding lack of numbers, Cignetti was still pleased with the team’s effort and willingness to buy in to his vision for the program. The staff was able to develop an improved tempo and the available players practiced harder and faster than they were used to.

“Our team learned what was expected of them from a technical and intangible perspective,” Cignetti said. “If they pay the price and work to improve every day, good things will happen.” Offensively, the Crimson Hawks return six starters and welcome back two players who missed the majoring of the 2010 season. Guard Louis Mobley suffered a season-ending knee injury in the opener against Southern Connecticut State, and quarterback Pat Smith was lost with a broken thumb sustained the following week at East Stroudsburg. The defense also returns six starters including a lot of experience on the line and a good deal of talent elsewhere. A big move was made in the spring when three-year safety Mark Jackson was switched to linebacker to strengthen that position, and the defense will get a big lift if Andre Henderson returns after missing the past year and a half with a serious shoulder injury. Despite the number of returning players, Cignetti was quick to point out that no one is guaranteed a starting job when fall camp begins. “Everyone needs to prove themselves on a daily basis. There is no sense of entitlement on this team,” Cignetti said. Quarterback Junior Pat Smith was off to a fast start when his thumb met an East Stroudsburg helmet on a third quarter pass

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2011 OUTLOOK attempt, and the result was an offense that became almost exclusively ground oriented, throwing for fewer than 1,000 yards over the final nine games of the season. Smith is back to 100 percent and will look to build on what appeared to be the start of a very promising 2010 season. He completed 25 of 39 passes for 307 yards before getting injured and continued his development in the spring working with new offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Luke Getsy. “I am encouraged about Pat’s potential,” Cignetti said. “He has a strong arm and has shown the ability to escape pressure and make plays with his legs. If he can learn to keep away from negative plays, he can be a good quarterback. We are expecting big things from him.” With Smith the only veteran signal caller on the roster, there was a push in the spring to bring in another quarterback with college experience. Jason Young transferred from Tiffin where he started as a freshman last year and completed 56.5 percent of his passes for 1,705 yards and 15 touchdowns. Two freshmen from Florida – Joey Scott from Dr. Phillips High School in Orlando and Matteo Gazzalle from Key West High School – will provide depth. Running Back All three tailbacks from last season return, led by AllPSAC West selection Harvie Tuck. Teddy Blakeman and James Johnson also turned in solid performances as true freshmen, and the trio makes the running game a strong suit for the Crimson Hawks this year. Despite missing almost two full games with a foot injury, Tuck rushed for 1,134 yards and was third in the conference and tied for 19th in the nation with an average of 113.4 yards per game. He slogged through the rain for 168 yards in a win at Edinboro to earn PSAC West Offensive Player of the Week honors and followed that up with 160 against conference champion Mercyhurst. In only 17 games since becoming part of the regular

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Pat Smith tailback rotation midway through the 2009 season, Tuck has rushed for 1,674 yards to rank 15th in IUP history. Blakeman gained 502 yards on the ground while leading the Crimson Hawks with seven touchdowns, finishing his freshman campaign with a season-high 118 yards in a win over West Chester. He split his time between tailback and fullback in the spring, and that should continue into the fall. Johnson pushed Tuck hard in the spring and should see the ball more this season after carrying 58 times for 246 yards as a freshman. Ben Sasu also has the ability to be a contributor and will battle for playing time in his redshirt freshman season. Wide Receiver With a limited passing game the majority of last season, the IUP receiving corps had little chance to prove what they could do. The leading pass catcher was graduated senior Mychal Skinner, who had only 24 receptions for 417 yards and four touchdowns. For the passing game to be a more formidable threat this year, a group of four returning receivers will need to step up their game while as many as five newcomers are being brought in to provide immediate competition and upgrade the position. Seniors Javon Rowan and Roy-al Edwards have both experienced a series of injuries which have prevented them from enjoying the careers projected for them when they arrived at IUP. Rowan showed what he is capable of in 2009 when he caught 34 passes for 416 yards and a team-leading five

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2011 OUTLOOK touchdowns, but he was able to play in only six games a year ago and had just 12 receptions. Edwards hurt a knee as a freshman in 2008 and it took until last season to shake off the effects of that injury and regain his onceexplosive speed. He caught 11 balls last season. Because of injuries to Skinner, Rowan and Edwards, true freshmen Ben Simmen and Pat Brewer gained valuable playing time. They combined to catch 18 passes and both had a touchdown. Brewer showed his athletic ability in the final game against West Chester when he lined up at quarterback several times in the wildcat formation and scored a rushing touchdown. The fastest of the new wide receivers is Aundre Wright, who has two years of eligibility after playing at Pitt during the 2009 and 2010 seasons. He played in 24 games for the Panthers, scoring one rushing and one receiving touchdown while averaging 21.0 yards on 26 kickoff returns as a freshman in 2008. Matt Plautz transferred from Monmouth where he played in 17 games over the past two seasons. The 6-foot5 junior caught 32 passes for 338 yards and a touchdown last season and 38 in two years with the Hawks after grabbing 68 receptions his senior season at Seneca Valley High School. Terrill Barnes played junior college football at Lackawanna and has two years of eligibility at IUP. In 2010 he caught 47 passes for 873 yards and set a school record with 14 touchdowns. Redshirt freshman Josh Grafton and two incoming freshmen – Kevin Berry from Coatesville and Sean McVay from Miramar, Fla. – are expected to compete for playing time when they arrive in August. Tight End With the departure of three-year starter Nate Morrow and a shoulder injury sustained by Evan Battallio, IUP had a decided lack of depth at tight end in the spring. As

a result, some players were moved to the position, and former linebacker Tyler Dummermuth is expected to remain at tight end in the fall. Battallio played in all 11 games as a true freshman last year and five passes. He is expected to make a complete recovery from his injury and be available when camp begins. The tight end position was bolstered during the offseason with the arrival of transfer Jon Ditto from Penn State. Ditto attended Gateway High School and spent the 2007 and 2008 seasons on the Penn State roster but did not see game action. He is in his final season of eligibility. Offensive Line The Crimson Hawks feature a veteran offensive line that performed well during the 2010 season and into the spring. The only player missing from last year’s starting front five is all-region guard Jim O’Rourke, but the return of guard Louis Mobley will help offset that loss. “There is good leadership and depth on our offensive line,” Cignetti said. “This group has the ability to be a winning edge for us.” Mobley played in the first 22 games of his career and earned a starting job for the first time last year but a knee injury in the opener against Southern Connecticut State ended his season. The projected starter at right guard this season, Mobley was granted a medical redshirt and retains two years of eligibility. The player with the most experience on the offensive line is senior center Anthony DiPasquale. He is entering his fourth year as a starter after taking over at left guard and earning IUP’s Freshman of the Year award in 2008. DiPasquale moved to center the following year and is the quarterback of the line and one of the leaders on the team. Two sophomores are penciled in on the left side of the

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2011 OUTLOOK Sophomore defensive end Errol Brewster was one of the top first-year players on the Crimson Hawks last season, finishing the season with 20 tackles. He played in all 11 games and started the finale against West Chester when he was credited with a pair of sacks. Brewster continued his improvement with an outstanding spring and will be expected to pick up where he left off. Adding to the veteran presence on the defensive line will be Stephen Meadows, a transfer from Youngstown State who played in 29 games with 16 starts and made 47 tackles in three seasons with the Penguins. Sophomore Cyle Wellington and redshirt freshman Maurice McKinney played well in the spring and could be in the mix for playing time in the fall.

Teddy Blakeman line, with Byron Dovales expected to reclaim his starting spot at tackle and Nick Carnicella at guard. Dovales moved into a starting role after Mobley was injured, and Carnicella started all 11 games but was unable to practice during the spring. Junior Jason Musselman started the first three games last season while Matha was getting into game shape and saw action in six others. Musselman will backup Mobley on the right side of the line. Sophomore Mike Charmo, who played in seven games last year, and redshirt freshman Bruce Atkins, who has shown a great deal of potential, will serve as reserves to Dovales and Matha, respectively. Incoming freshmen Matt Sasson and Cody Millett will be tested early in the fall to find out what they can do. It is expected that one or both will earn the backup spot to DiPasquale at center.

Linebacker Senior Mark Jackson will be an old face in a new place this year after starting the past three years at strong safety. He is coming off a season which saw him tie for second on the team with 60 tackles including a careerhigh 11 against Clarion. Jackson did a nice job in making the transition in the spring and his development will make a big difference at an otherwise thin position. The linebacker corps took a huge hit at the end of spring practice when Mike Katch went down with a knee injury that will likely sideline him for the entire 2011 season. Katch started all 11 games last year and had a team-leading 63 tackles to go along with two forced fumbles and an interception. Sophomore Alex Berdahl made 22 tackles in 11 games as a true freshman last year and fellow second-year player Jermel Lee saw action in five times and both will be counted on for a bigger contribution this season. Freshmen may be needed to come in and play right away at linebacker probably more than any other position

Defensive Line Like their counterparts on the offensive side of the line of scrimmage, the IUP defensive front is experienced and talented. One starter and three other players who saw playing time last season return to make this one of the strongest units on the team. Junior Carl Thornton is a two-time All-PSAC West second team selection and has shown his versatility by playing both inside and outside. A year ago, the projected starter at defensive tackle tied for second on the team with 60 tackles, including 13 for losses and 4.5 sacks, and tied for PSAC lead with three fumble recoveries. Competing for the starting job at nose guard are returning sophomores Larry Gooden and Akeem Smith. Gooden earned two late-season starts and played in a total of eight games a year ago and finished with 16 tackles while Smith made solid progress in the spring after seeing limited action in six games in 2010.

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2011 OUTLOOK interceptions, including one for a touchdown against Mercyhurst when he also had 13 of his 47 tackles on the year. A late-season revelation was the play of sophomore Terrell Washington, who is slated to be the nickel back. After seeing limited action most of the year, Washington had one of the best defensive performances of the season in the PSAC against Lock Haven when he made six tackles, returned two interceptions for touchdowns, made a sack and blocked a punt. Junior Daryl Jones started eight games last year and will factor in the rotation at safety, and sophomore Chris Brown also saw game action and will provide depth. Freshman Mario Sanders is a solid prospect who could make an impact early in his career.

Mike Meriwether on the team. Included in that group is Montay Green from Fox Chapel High School, who will start the fall at defensive end but could move to linebacker where he could be a factor this year. Other first-year players to keep an eye on include Austin Phillips, Joey Walter and William McClure. Secondary With the lack of depth at linebacker, IUP may employ more of a five-man look in the secondary this season. Should Andre Henderson make a successful return from a shoulder injury that he suffered early in the 2009 season, it will make the Crimson Hawks even stronger in the defensive backfield. Henderson was on his way to an outstanding season with 33 tackles, a sack and an interception in just over three games when he was injured against Mercyhurst. He was worked at cornerback in the spring but could return to the free safety position he manned during his first three years in the program. A pair of talented but unproven players will have the first opportunity to start at corner. Junior Marvens Toussaint and redshirt freshman Jerrell McFadden had solid springs and have a chance to be an outstanding tandem. Zack Severance and Mike Meriwether are two sophomores who cracked the lineup late last season, with Severance starting four consecutive games and Meriwether starting the final three contests. Severance was eighth on the team with 40 tackles and broke up three passes while Meriwether made 11 stops and grabbed an interception. The duo could factor at both corner or safety. Senior Johnny Franco started the entire season at strong safety in his first season at IUP after transferring from Army. He led the Crimson Hawks with four

Special Teams A key loss for the Crimson Hawks is Craig Burgess, who holds just about every career kicking record in school history. His 47 field goals are the third most in PSAC history and his 276 kicking points ranks second. There will be an open competition in the fall to replace Burgess, with junior Joey Mencer, redshirt freshman Matt Reed and sophomore walk-on Brett Ullman battling it out. Mencer has seen periodic action kicking off during his first two years in the program but that is the extent of the experience at this position. Another four-year player – punter Jared Kaufmann – is gone, leaving that spot without a veteran presence. Pat Smith performed those duties in one game last season when Kaufmann was serving a suspension and is the favorite to assume the role this year with Mencer providing competition. Eddie Gavett is in his third season as the long snapper while a new holder will need to be found after Kaufmann handled that responsibility the past four years. Several candidates will be looked at to return kickoffs and punts. The returning players with the most experience are Mike Meriwether, who returned seven kickoffs for an average of 20.4, and Ben Simmen, who brought back six punts for a 5.8 average last season.

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2011 ROSTER No. 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 34 35 36 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46

Name Roy-al Edwards Randy Louis Daryl Jones Terrill Barnes Kevin Berry Mark Jackson Pat Brewer Javon Rowan Sean McVay Pat Smith Chris Brown Chris Gahagan Anthony Perna Andre Henderson Joe Scott Matteo Gazzalle Zach Severance Terrell Washington Jake Alberts Sam Gooden Harvie Tuck Ben Sasu Marvens Toussaint Mike Meriwether Johnny Franco Joey Mencer Teddy Blakeman Jake Campbell Montay Green James Johnson Mario Sanders Quentin Blackwell Dennis Kerstetter Jerrell McFadden Nick Dudukovich Tyler Dummermuth Dom Maggio Alex Berdahl Jordan Batts William McClure Austin Phillips 8

Pos. WR CB DB WR WR LB WR WR WR QB DB QB QB DB QB QB DB DB DB RB RB RB CB DB DB K RB DB DL RB DB DB DB DB RB LB FB LB LB LB LB

Cl. Ht. Sr. 6-1 Sr. 5-10 Jr. 5-11 So. 6-2 Fr. 5-7 Sr. 6-0 So. 5-11 Sr. 6-0 Fr. 5-10 So. 6-5 So. 5-11 Jr. 6-3 Fr. 6-2 Sr. 6-0 Fr. 6-2 Fr. 5-11 So. 5-11 So. 6-1 Fr. 6-0 Fr. 5-9 Jr. 5-10 Rf. 5-11 Rf. 5-8 So. 5-8 Sr. 5-9 Jr. 5-10 So. 5-10 Fr. 6-0 Fr. 5-10 So. 5-10 Fr. 6-1 Fr. 5-8 So. 5-9 So. 5-9 Fr. 6-0 So. 6-1 Rf. 5-6 So. 5-11 Fr. 6-0 Fr. 6-2 Fr. 5-9

Wt. 195 185 185 210 175 205 170 195 180 225 180 195 180 200 190 175 185 175 170 185 215 200 175 195 195 180 195 185 235 200 185 185 175 170 200 228 200 200 255 235 230

Hometown/High School Media, PA / Strath Haven Washington, DC / Quince Orchard Pittsburgh, PA / Woodland Hills Gettysburg, PA / Gettysburg Coatesville, PA / Coatesville Canton, OH / McKinley Coatesville, PA / Coatesville Erie, PA / Cathedral Prep Miramar, FL / Miramar Hollidaysburg, PA / Hollidaysburg Altoona, PA / Bishop Guilfoyle Penn Run, PA / Penns Manor West Windsor, NJ / Notre Dame Erie, PA / Strong Vincent Orlando, FL / Dr. Phillips Key West, FL / Key West Columbus, OH / Reynoldsburg Penn Hills, PA / Penn Hills Pittsburgh, PA / Mt.Lebanon McKeesport, PA / McKeesport Akron, OH / St. Vincent-St. Mary Gaithersburg, MD / Quince Orchard Ft. Lauderdale, FL / Port Charlotte Upper Marlboro, MD / DeMatha Tyrone, PA / Tyrone Altoona, PA / Altoona Penn Hills, PA / Penn Hills Sarver, PA / Freeport Pittsburgh, PA / Fox Chapel Philadelphia, PA / Glen Mills Erie, PA / Cathedral Prep Scotch Plains, NJ / Scotch Plains Fanwood Millersburg, PA / Millersburg Manassas, VA / Osbourn Windber, PA / Forest Hills New Philadelphia, OH / New Philadelphia Pittsburgh, PA / Central Catholic Ashburn, VA / Bishop O’Connell Jeannette, PA / Jeannette Venetia, PA / Peters Township Bowie, MD / DeMatha

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2011 ROSTER No. 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 57 58 60 61 62 63 64 68 69 70 72 73 74 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 85 88 90 92 93 96 97 98 99

Name Kole Kraut Dorian Lane Chris Smallwood Mike Katch Lowen Johnson Matt Sasson Joey Walter Nick Carnicella Jermel Lee Maurice McKinney Conor Jackson Jacob Breakstone Eddie Gavett Cody Millett Louis Mobley James Heiss Chris Macellaro Carl Thornton Bruce Atkins Mike Charmo Dylan O’Donnell Greg Strauss Anthony DiPasquale Byron Dovales Jason Musselman Zach Wolfe Evan Battallio Matt Plautz Trey Campman Kyle Spencer Ben Simmen Jon Ditto Errol Brewster Larry Gooden Akeem Smith Brett Ullman Grant Schallock Javaughn Goree Stephen Meadows

Pos. DB DB RB LB LB OL LB OL LB DL LS OL LS OL OL DE OL DL OL OL OL DL OL OL OL OL TE WR WR WR WR TE DL DL DL K P DL DE

Cl. Ht. Rf. 5-11 So. 6-1 Rf. 5-10 Jr. 6-1 So. 5-11 Fr. 6-1 Fr. 6-2 So. 6-1 So. 6-0 Rf. 5-11 Fr. 6-1 Fr. 6-4 Jr. 6-3 Fr. 6-3 Sr. 6-1 So. 6-2 So. 6-1 Jr. 6-2 Rf. 6-4 So. 6-2 Rf. 5-11 So. 6-0 Sr. 6-2 So. 6-3 Jr. 6-6 Rf. 6-7 So. 6-3 Jr. 6-5 Rf. 6-1 So. 6-1 So. 6-4 Sr. 6-4 So. 6-2 So. 5-11 So. 6-3 Rf. 6-1 Sr. 6-7 So. 5-8 Sr. 6-4

Wt. Hometown/High School 190 York, PA / Dallastown Area 190 Pittsburgh, PA / Woodland Hills 210 Willow Grove, PA / Upper Moreland 210 Lansdale, PA / North Penn 200 Manheim, PA / Manheim Central 290 Pittsburgh, PA / Fox Chapel 220 Ashburn, VA / Broad Run 280 Greensburg, PA / Hempfield 215 Bethlehem, PA / Freedom 240 Springfield, VA / West Springfield 220 Venetia, PA / Peters Township 265 Erie, PA / McDowell 200 Pittsburgh, PA / Mount Lebanon 270 New Market, Ontario / Wyoming Seminary Prep 300 Philadelphia, PA / St. John Neumann 220 Mt. Lebanon, PA / Mt. Lebanon 275 Pittsburgh, PA / Perry Traditional Academy 235 Beaver Falls, PA / Beaver Falls 255 Pittsburgh, PA / Woodland Hills 285 Hamilton, VA / Loundon Valley 255 Butler, PA / Butler 230 Saxton, PA / Tussey Mountain 260 Pittsburgh, PA / Pine-Richland 290 Reading, PA / Muhlenberg 280 Alum Bank, PA / Chestnut Ridge 300 Greensburg, PA / Greensburg Salem 245 Norristown, PA / Norristown 220 Cranberry Township, PA / Seneca Valley 185 Clearfield, PA / Clearfield 200 Alexandria, VA / Thomas Edison 175 North Fayette, PA / West Allegheny 245 Monroeville, PA / Gateway 225 Washington, DC / Springbrook 255 McKeesport, PA / McKeesport 292 Philadelphia, PA / Frankford 210 Baltimore, MD / Perry Hall 250 Webster, NC / Smokey Mountain 255 Bronx, NY / Glen Mills 225 Spotsylvania, PA / James Monroe

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2011 OPPONENTS

EAST STROUDSBURG

BLOOMSBURG

SLIPPERY ROCK

September 10 - 4:00 - Indiana, Pa. Hall of Fame Game

September 15 - 8:00 - Indiana, Pa. CBS Sports Network; Make-A-Wish Game

September 24 - 7:00 Slippery Rock, Pa.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: East Stroudsburg, Pa. Founded: 1893 Enrollment: 7,200 Nickname: Warriors Colors: Black and Red Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: PSAC East Stadium: Eiler-Martin Stadium Capacity/Surface: 6,000/FieldTurf President: Dr. Robert Dillman Athletic Director: Tom Gioglio

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Bloomsburg, Pa. Founded: 1839 Enrollment: 9,500 Nickname: Huskies Colors: Maroon and Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: PSAC East Stadium: Redman Stadium Capacity/Surface: 4,775/FieldTurf President: Dr. David Soltz Athletic Director: TBA

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Slippery Rock, Pa. Founded: 1889 Enrollment: 8,852 Nickname: The Rock Colors: Green and White Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: PSAC West Stadium: Mihalik-Thompson Stadium Capacity/Surface: 10,000/AstroPlay President: Dr. Robert Smith Athletic Director: Paul Lueken

2011 FOOTBALL Head Coach: Denny Douds (Slippery Rock, 1963) Record at East Stroudsburg: 229-154-3 (37 years) Overall Record: 229-154-3 (37 years) Football Office: 570-422-3322 Primary Offense: Multiple Primary Defense: 4-4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: Offensive/Defensive Starters Returning: 2010 Record: 3-8 (2-5/6th in PSAC East) Series vs. IUP: IUP leads 9-6 Last Meeting: IUP 23, East Stroudsburg 17 (2010) Last ESU Win: East Stroudsburg 33, IUP 31 (1997)

2011 FOOTBALL Head Coach: Danny Hale (West Chester, 1968) Record at Bloomsburg: 154-52-1 (18 years) Overall Record: 194-65-1 (23 years) Football Office: 570-398-4359 Primary Offense: Pro-I Primary Defense: 4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 45/15 Offensive/Defensive Starters Returning: 7/4 2010 Record: 10-3 (7-0/1st in PSAC East) Series vs. IUP: IUP leads 16-9 Last Meeting: Bloomsburg 47, IUP 20 (2010) Last IUP Win: IUP 42, Bloomsburg 40 (2003)

2011 FOOTBALL Head Coach: Dr. George Mihalik (Slippery Rock, 1974) Record at Slippery Rock: 153-95-4 (23 years) Overall Record: 153-95-4 (23 years) Football Office: 724-738-2780 Primary Offense: 1-Back Primary Defense: 3-4 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 33/12 Offensive/Defensive Starters Returning: 9/7 2010 Record: 6-5 (3-4/Tied 4th in PSAC West) Series vs. IUP: IUP leads 44-33-2 Last Meeting: IUP 17, Slippery Rock 0 (2010) Last SRU Win: Slippery Rock 7, IUP 3 (2009)

MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Greg Knowlden Office: 570-422-3312 E-mail: gknowlden@po-box.esu.edu Website: esuwarriors.com 2010 SCORES East Stroudsburg 57, Pace 0 IUP 23, East Stroudsburg 17 California 45, East Stroudsburg 20 West Chester 35, East Stroudsburg 31 Bloomsburg 26, East Stroudsburg 13 Kutztown 38, East Stroudsburg 31 C.W. Post 28, East Stroudsburg 17 East Stroudsburg 65, Millersville 14 East Stroudsburg 58, Cheyney 14 Shippensburg 20, East Stroudsburg 17 Edinboro 28, East Stroudsburg 25 2011 SCHEDULE Sept. 1 Pace Sept.10 at IUP Sept. 17 California Sept. 24 at West Chester Oct. 1 Bloomsburg Oct. 8 at Kutztown Oct. 15 C.W. Post Oct. 22 Millersville Oct. 29 at Cheyney Nov. 5 at Shippensburg Nov. 12 Edinboro

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MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Tom McGuire Office: 570-389-4413 E-mail: tmcguire@bloomu.edu Website: buhuskies.com 2010 SCORES Ashland 24, Bloomsburg 14 Bloomsburg 41, Clarion 13 Bloomsburg 47, IUP 20 Bloomsburg 44, Millersville 7 Bloomsburg 26, East Stroudsburg 13 Bloomsburg 52, Cheyney 14 Bloomsburg 23, Shippensburg 3 Bloomsburg 45, West Chester 21 Bloomsburg 36, C.W. Post 16 Bloomsburg 61, Kutztown 35 Mercyhurst 56, Bloomsburg 35 # Bloomsburg 28, California 26 $ Mercyhurst 28, Bloomsburg 14 $ # PSAC Championship Game $ NCAA Division II Playoffs 2011 SCHEDULE Sept. 1 Ashland 6:00 Sept. 10 at Clarion 1:00 Sept. 15 at IUP 8:00 Sept. 24 Millersville 1:00 Oct. 1 at East Stroudsburg 1:00 Oct. 8 Cheyney 3:30 Oct. 15 Shippensburg 1:00 Oct. 22 at West Chester 2:00 Oct. 29 C.W. Post 2:30 Nov. 5 at Kutztown 1:05 Nov. 12 Lock Haven 1:00

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MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Bob McComas Office: 724-738-2777 E-mail: robert.mccomas@sru.edu Website: rockathletics.com 2010 SCORES Slippery Rock 45, Merrimack 26 Slippery Rock 30, Cheyney 0 Slippery Rock 33, West Chester 27 (OT) IUP 17, Slippery Rock 0 Slippery Rock 16, Clarion 13 Slippery Rock 28, Edinboro 14 California 28, Slippery Rock 3 Slippery Rock 56, Lock Haven 14 Mercyhurst 21, Slippery Rock 13 Gannon 24, Slippery Rock 20 C.W. Post 42, Slippery Rock 38 2011 SCHEDULE Sept. 3 at Seton Hill Sept. 10 Cheyney Sept. 17 at West Chester Sept. 24 IUP Oct. 1 Clarion Oct. 8 at Edinboro Oct. 15 California Oct. 22 at Lock Haven Oct. 29 Mercyhurst Nov. 5 at Gannon Nov. 12 at C.W. Post

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EDINBORO

MERCYHURST MERCYHURST

CLARION

October 1 - 2:00 - Indiana, Pa. Homecoming

October98—- 12:00 October 2:00 (Homecoming) Erie, Stadium Pa. Miller

October 15 - 3:00 Clarion, Pa.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Edinboro, Pa. Founded: 1857 Enrollment: 8,781 Nickname: Fighting Scots Colors: Red and White Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: PSAC West Stadium: Sox Harrison Stadium Capacity/Surface: 6,000/Sportexe Interim President: Dr. Jim Moran Athletic Director: Bruce Baumgartner

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Erie, Pa. Founded: 1926 Enrollment: 3,500 Nickname: Lakers Colors: Green and Navy Blue Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: PSAC West Stadium: Tullio Field Capacity/Surface: 2,300/FieldTurf President: Dr. Thomas Gamble Athletic Director: Joe Kimball

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Clarion, Pa. Founded: 1867 Enrollment: 7,315 Nickname: Golden Eagles Colors: Blue and Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: PSAC West Stadium: Memorial Stadium Capacity/Surface: 5,000/Sprinturf President: Dr. Karen Whitney Athletic Director: Dave Katis

2011 FOOTBALL Head Coach: Scott Browning (Ohio State, 1981) Record at Edinboro: 38-19 (5 years) Overall Record: 38-19 (5 years) Football Office Phone: 814-732-1839 Primary Offense: Multiple Primary Defense: Multiple Lettermen Returning/Lost: 32/18 Offensive/Defensive Starters Returning: 9/6 2010 Record: 7-4 (3-4/Tied 4th in PSAC West) Series vs. IUP: IUP leads 53-21-4 Last Meeting: IUP 18, Edinboro 0 (2010) Last Edinboro Win: Edinboro 38, IUP 24 (2009)

2011 FOOTBALL Head Coach: Marty Schaetzle (Bucknell, 1983) Record at Mercyhurst: 42-57 (9 years) Overall Record: 42-57 (9 years) Football Office Phone: 814-824-2244 Primary Offense: Multiple Primary Defense: Stack Lettermen Returning/Lost: Offensive/Defensive Starters Returning: 10/4 2010 Record: 10-3 (6-1/Tied 1st in PSAC West) Series vs. IUP: Mercyhurst leads 2-1 Last Meeting: Mercyhurst 28, IUP 27 (2010) Last IUP Win: IUP 42, Mercyhurst 10 (2008)

2011 FOOTBALL Head Coach: Jay Foster (Plymouth State, 1985) Record at Clarion: 16-39 (5 years) Overall Record: 16-39 (5 years) Football Office Phone: 814-393-2258 Primary Offense: Multiple Primary Defense: Multiple Lettermen Returning/Lost: 40/14 Offensive/Defensive Starters Returning: 6/9 2010 Record: 4-7 (3-4/Tied 4th in PSAC West) Series vs. IUP: IUP leads 55-23-3 Last Meeting: Clarion 21, IUP 14 (2010) Last IUP Win: IUP 66, Clarion 16 (2008)

MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Bob Shreve Office: 814-732-1834 E-mail: rshreve@edinboro.edu Website: gofightingscots.com

MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Dave Leisering Office: 814-824-2525 E-mail: dleisering@mercyhurst.edu Website: hurstathletics.com

MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Rich Herman Office: 814-393-2334 E-mail: rherman@clarion.edu Website: clariongoldeneagles.com

2010 SCORES Edinboro 20, West Liberty 19 Edinboro 16, West Chester 14 Edinboro 27, Cheyney 21 Edinboro 13, Gannon 0 IUP 18, Edinboro 0 Slippery Rock 28, Edinboro 14 Mercyhurst 22, Edinboro 21 (OT) Edinboro 31, Clarion 13 Edinboro 30, Lock Haven 22 California 24, Edinboro 0 Edinboro 28, East Stroudsburg 25

2010 SCORES Mercyhurst 23, Notre Dame College 0 Kutztown 35, Mercyhurst 14 Mercyhurst 28, C.W. Post 20 Mercyhurst 41, Lock Haven 0 Gannon 14, Mercyhurst 10 Mercyhurst 28, IUP 27 Mercyhurst 22, Edinboro 21 (OT) Mercyhurst 31, California 21 Mercyhurst 21, Slippery Rock 13 Mercyhurst 38, Clarion 14 Mercyhurst 56, Bloomsburg 37 # Mercyhurst 28, Bloomsburg 14 $ Shepherd 49, Mercyhurst 14 $

2010 SCORES Fairmont State 27, Clarion 16 Bloomsburg 41, Clarion 13 Shippensburg 28, Clarion 24 California 24, Clarion 9 Slippery Rock 16, Clarion 13 Clarion 49, Lock Haven 6 Clarion 21, IUP 14 Edinboro 31, Clarion 14 Clarion 11, Gannon 10 Mercyhurst 38, Clarion 14 Clarion 49, Millersville 10

2011 SCHEDULE Sept. 3 West Liberty Sept. 10 Merrimack Sept. 17 Cheyney Sept. 24 at Gannon Oct. 1 at IUP Oct. 8 Slippery Rock Oct. 15 at Mercyhurst Oct. 22 Clarion Oct. 29 Lock Haven Nov. 5 at California Nov. 12 at East Stroudsburg

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2011 SCHEDULE Sept. 1 at Fairmont State Sept. 10 Bloomsburg Sept. 17 at Shippensburg Sept. 24 at California Oct. 1 at Slippery Rock Oct. 8 Lock Haven Oct. 15 IUP Oct. 22 at Edinboro Oct. 29 Gannon Nov. 5 Mercyhurst Nov. 12 at Millersville

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GANNON

CALIFORNIA

LOCK HAVEN

October 22 - 1:00 - Indiana, Pa. United Way Game; Alumni Game

October 29 - 1:00 - Indiana, Pa. - Coal Bowl Family Weekend; Veteran’s Day Game

November 5 - 3:00 Lock Haven, Pa.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Erie, Pa. Founded: 1925 Enrollment: 4,219 Nickname: Golden Knights Colors: Maroon, White and Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: PSAC West Stadium: Gannon University Field Capacity/Surface: 2,500/FieldTurf Interim President: Philip Kelly Athletic Director: Mark Richard

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: California, Pa. Founded: 1852 Enrollment: 9,017 Nickname: Vulcans Colors: Black and Red Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: PSAC West Stadium: Adamson Stadium Capacity/Surface: 6,500/ProGrass President: Dr. Angelo Armenti Jr. Athletic Director: Dr. Tom Pucci

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Lock Haven, Pa. Founded: 1870 Enrollment: 5,105 Nickname: Bald Eagles Colors: Crimson and White Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: PSAC West Stadium: Hubert Jack Stadium Capacity/Surface: 3,500/FieldTurf President: Dr. Barbara Dixon Athletic Director: Sharon Taylor

2011 FOOTBALL Head Coach: Jim Kiernan (St. Lawrence, 1990) Record at Gannon: 17-27 (4 years) Overall Record: 17-27 (4 years) Football Office Phone: 814-871-7249 Primary Offense: Multiple Primary Defense: Multiple Lettermen Returning/Lost: 38/20 Offensive/Defensive Starters Returning: 6/7 2010 Record: 6-5 (4-3/3rd in PSAC West) Series vs. IUP: Gannon leads 2-1 Last Meeting: Gannon 45, IUP 17 (2010) Last IUP Win: IUP 35, Gannon 10 (2008)

2011 FOOTBALL Head Coach: John Luckhardt (Purdue, 1970) Record at California: 78-30 (9 years) Overall Record: 215-67-2 (26 years) Football Office Phone: 724-938-4019 Primary Offense: Multiple Primary Defense: Multiple Lettermen Returning/Lost: Offensive/Defensive Starters Returning: 5/8 2010 Record: 10-2 (6-1/Tied 1st in PSAC West) Series vs. IUP: IUP leads 55-21-2 Last Meeting: California 18, IUP 15 OT (2010) Last IUP Win: IUP 21, California 17 (2006)

MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Dan Teliski Office: 814-871-7418 E-mail: teliski002@gannonedu Website: gannonsports.com

MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Matt Kifer Office: 724-938-4552 E-mail: kifer@calu.edu Website: calvulcans.com

2011 FOOTBALL Head Coach: John Allen (James Madison, 1996) Record at Lock Haven: First Year Overall Record: First Year Football Office Phone: 570-484-2250 Primary Offense: Primary Defense: Lettermen Returning/Lost: Offensive/Defensive Starters Returning: 2010 Record: 0-11 (0-7/8th in PSAC West) Series vs. IUP: IUP leads 54-15-3 Last Meeting: IUP 63, Lock Haven 31 (2010) Last Lock Haven Win: Lock Haven 41, IUP 14 (1981)

2010 SCORES Gannon 26, Lake Erie 20 Gannon 22, Shippensburg 19 Millersville 29, Gannon 26 Edinboro 13, Gannon 0 Gannon 14, Mercyhurst 10 California 34, Gannon 7 Gannon 42, Lock Haven 7 Gannon 45, IUP 17 Clarion 11, Gannon 10 Gannon 24, Slippery Rock 20 Kutztown 27, Gannon 24

2010 SCORES California 42, Saginaw Valley State 41 (OT) California 40, C.W. Post 13 California 45, East Stroudsburg 20 California 24, Clarion 9 California 58, Lock Haven 0 California 34, Gannon 7 California 28, Slippery Rock 3 Mercyhurst 31, California 21 California 18, IUP 15 (OT) California 24, Edinboro 0 California 57, Cheyney 6 Bloomsburg 28, California 26 $

2011 SCHEDULE Sept. 1 at Lake Erie Sept. 10 Shippensburg Sept. 17 Millersville Sept. 24 Edinboro Oct. 1 at Mercyhurst Oct. 8 at California Oct. 15 Lock Haven Oct. 22 at IUP Oct. 29 at Clarion Nov. 5 Slippery Rock Nov. 12 at Kutztown

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$ NCAA Division II Playoffs 2011 SCHEDULE Sept. 1 St. Cloud State Sept. 10 C.W. Post Sept. 17 at East Stroudsburg Sept. 24 Clarion Oct. 1 at Lock Haven Oct. 8 Gannon Oct. 15 at Slippery Rock Oct. 22 Mercyhurst Oct. 29 at IUP Nov. 5 Edinboro Nov. 12 at Cheyney

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MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Doug Spatafore Office: 570-484-2350 E-mail: dspatafo@lhup.edu Website: golhu.com 2010 SCORES VMI 48, Lock Haven 6 Millersville 35, Lock Haven 21 Kutztown 38, Lock Haven 13 Mercyhurst 41, Lock Haven 0 California 58, Lock Haven 0 Clarion 49, Lock Haven 6 Gannon 42, Lock Haven 7 Slippery Rock 56, Lock Haven 14 Edinboro 30, Lock Haven 22 IUP 63, Lock Haven 31 Shippensburg 41, Lock Haven 17 2011 SCHEDULE Sept. 10 Millersville Sept. 17 at Kutztown Sept. 24 Mercyhurst Oct. 1 California Oct. 8 at Clarion Oct. 15 at Gannon Oct. 22 Slippery Rock Oct. 29 at Edinboro Nov. 5 IUP Nov. 12 at Bloomsburg

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WEST CHESTER November 12 - 1:00 West Chester, Pa. GENERAL INFORMATION Location: West Chester, Pa. Founded: 1871 Enrollment: 14,300 Nickname: Golden Rams Colors: Purple and Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: PSAC East Stadium: Farrell Stadium Capacity/Surface: 7,500/Artificial Play President: Dr. Greg Weisenstein Athletic Director: Dr. Edward Matejkovic 2011 FOOTBALL Head Coach: Bill Zwaan (Delaware, 1979) Record at West Chester: 65-33 (8 years) Overall Record: 119-47 (14 years) Football Office Phone: 610-436-3528 Primary Offense: Spread Wing-T Primary Defense: 4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 43/13 Offensive/Defensive Starters Returning: 2010 Record: 4-7 (4-3/4th in PSAC East) Series vs. IUP: IUP leads 11-6 Last Meeting: IUP 27, West Chester 10 (2010) Last West Chester Win: West Chester 30, IUP 20 (2005) MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Jim Zuhlke Office: 610-436-3316 E-mail: jzuhlke@wcupa.edu Website: wcupagoldenrams.com 2010 SCORES Delaware 31, West Chester 0 Edinboro 16, West Chester 14 Slippery Rock 33, West Chester 27 (OT) West Chester 35, East Stroudsburg 31 C.W. Post 39, West Chester 37 (3 OT) West Chester 44, Shippensburg 43 (2 OT) West Chester 48, Cheyney 34 Bloomsburg 45, West Chester 21 Kutztown 45, West Chester 23 West Chester 45, Millersville 14 IUP 27, West Chester 10 2011 SCHEDULE Sept. 3 at New Haven Sept. 10 at Delaware Sept. 17 Slippery Rock Sept. 24 East Stroudsburg Oct. 1 at C.W. Post Oct. 8 at Shippensburg Oct. 15 at Cheyney Oct. 22 Bloomsburg Oct. 29 Kutztown Nov. 5 at Millersville Nov. 12 IUP

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OPPONENT RECORD Akron..............................................................0-2 Albright...........................................................1-0 American International...............................1-0 Ball State.........................................................0-4 Bloomsburg...........................................16-9 Brockport State.............................................2-0 Bucknell..........................................................0-2 California........................................55-21-2 Carnegie Mellon...........................................1-1 Case Tech.......................................................2-0 Catawba..........................................................2-1 Central Florida..............................................0-1 Central State..................................................0-2 Cheyney..........................................................4-0 Clarion.............................................55-23-3 Cortland State...............................................6-0 C.W. Post........................................................6-1 Delaware.........................................................0-1 Delaware State...............................................2-0 East Carolina.................................................0-1 East Stroudsburg....................................9-6 Eastern Kentucky..........................................0-2 Edinboro..........................................53-21-4 Fairmont State........................................... 5-2-1 Ferris State.....................................................5-1 Findlay.............................................................2-1 Frederick.........................................................2-0 Gannon....................................................1-2 Geneva............................................................6-8 Glenville State................................................1-0 Grand Valley State........................................6-1 Grove City......................................................1-0 Hillsdale..........................................................1-3 Howard...........................................................1-0 Jacksonville State..........................................0-1 Juniata.............................................................2-1 Kent State.......................................................2-1 Kutztown.................................................... 9-0-1 Lehigh.............................................................0-1 Liberty.............................................................1-1

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OPPONENT RECORD Lock Haven......................................54-15-3 Mansfield........................................................9-4 Mercyhurst..............................................1-2 Millersville....................................................11-5 Mississippi College.......................................1-1 Muskingum....................................................0-1 Nebraska-Omaha..........................................2-0 New Haven.....................................................5-3 North Alabama.............................................0-1 North Dakota.................................................2-0 North Dakota State......................................0-2 Northeast Missouri State..............................1-0 Northwest Missouri State...........................0-1 Northwood.....................................................8-2 Ohio.................................................................0-1 Portland State................................................1-1 Saginaw Valley State.....................................1-1 Saint Francis..................................................1-1 Saint Joseph’s (Ind.)......................................1-0 Saint Norbert.................................................1-0 Saint Vincent.................................................4-8 Shepherd.........................................................0-2 Shippensburg.........................................42-16-4 Slippery Rock..................................44-33-2 Southern Connecticut.................................6-0 Steubenville....................................................1-0 Texas A&M-Kingsville.................................0-1 Thiel................................................................1-1 Towson State.............................................. 5-2-1 Virginia Union...............................................1-0 Washington & Jefferson..............................0-1 Waynesburg...................................................7-2 West Chester.........................................11-6 West Virginia Tech.......................................2-0 West Virginia Wesleyan..............................1-0 Westminster.............................................5-12-2 Wilkes..............................................................5-0 Winston-Salem State....................................1-0 Youngstown State.........................................1-2

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COACHING STAFF

Curt Cignetti Head Coach Curt Cignetti, a 28-year veteran assistant coach most recently at the University of Alabama, was appointed the 11th head coach in the modern era of IUP football in January 2011. The 49-year-old Cignetti is the oldest son of legendary IUP head coach Frank Cignetti, who retired following the 2005 season. Cignetti spent the past four seasons as wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator under Nick Saban at Alabama and helped the Crimson Tide win the 2009 BCS national championship with a 14-0 record. He brought in the consensus No. 1 recruiting class in the country in 2008, the first of three straight classes which finished in the top five nationally. In addition to the national title, Cignetti was part of Alabama teams that posted a record of 33-3 over the past three regular seasons, including 29 consecutive regular season victories, won the 2008 and 2009 SEC West championship and earned a berth in the 2008 Sugar Bowl. Among his recruits was Mark Ingram, who won the 2008 Heisman Trophy, and he coached Julio Jones, the Associated Press SEC Freshman of the Year and Columbus Touchdown Club National Freshman of the Year the same season. Prior to Jones, Cignetti worked with D.J. Hall, who set Crimson Tide single-season records for catches and receiving yards before those marks were broken by Jones last year. On the strength of his accomplishments in the recruiting battles and the successes his players had on the field, Cignetti was honored as one of four finalists for the 2010 FootballScoop Wide Receivers Coach of the Year. Cignetti joined the staff at Alabama after spending seven seasons (2000-06) as the recruiting coordinator at North Carolina State while also coaching tight ends from 2000-02 and 2005-06 and quarterbacks during the 2003 and 2004 campaigns. The Wolfpack qualified for five bowl games during that time, including the 2002 Gator Bowl when N.C. State set a school record with 11 wins. Two of his recruiting classes ranked in the top 10 in the nation, and Rivals. com named him one of the top 25 recruiters in the nation in 2004. While working with the Wolfpack quarterbacks, Cignetti had the opportunity to coach 2003 ACC Player of the Year Philip Rivers and help prepare him to become the fourth pick in the NFL draft the following spring. Cignetti first served as a recruiting coordinator during a seven-year stint (1993-99) at the University of

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COACHING STAFF Pittsburgh and was chosen one of the top 10 recruiting coordinators in the country by Tom Lemming in 1995. Cignetti also coached the Panther tight ends and quarterbacks at various times under College Football Hall of Fame head coach Johnny Majors. Cignetti began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Pitt during the 1983 and 1984 seasons and was part of the team’s Fiesta Bowl participant his first year. He coached quarterbacks and receivers at Davidson in 1985 and was the quarterbacks coach at Rice (1986-88) and Temple (1989-92). Cignetti earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from West Virginia in 1982 and was a quarterback on the Mountaineer football team. He was awarded the Louis D. Meisel Award for Academics and the A.C. “Whitey” Gwynn Award, given to a student-athlete on the football team whose spirit and character contributed to the team’s success. Cignetti is married to the former Manette Lawer and the couple has three children – Curtis John, Carly Ann and Natalie.

Where He’s Been... IUP Alabama NC State Pitt Temple Rice Davidson Pitt

Head Coach Current WRs/Recruiting Coord. 2007-10 QBs/WRs/Recruiting Coord. 2000-06 QBs/TEs/Recruiting Coord. 1993-99 QBs 1989-92 QBs 1986-88 QBs/WRs 1985 Grad. Asst. 1983-84

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Paul Tortorella Associate Head Coach / Defensive Coordinator / Safeties

Paul Tortorella joined the IUP staff as defensive coordinator in 1995 and coaches the Crimson Hawk safeties. Since coming to IUP, Tortorella has directed a defense that has consistently ranked among the best in the nation. In 2008, the Crimson Hawks allowed only 11.4 points per game, the top mark in the PSAC and second in the nation. IUP also ranked fifth nationally in rushing defense (76.1) and fourth in total defense (235.7). Only two of IUP’s 10 opponents scored more than 20 points, six scored 10 or fewer and the Crimson Hawks allowed an average of only 3.5 yards per play. In 2006, the Crimson Hawks led the PSAC and were 14th in the nation in scoring defense at 14.4 points per game while surrendering just 96.6 yards per game on the ground, the 26th best mark in the nation. In 2003, IUP allowed 16.5 points per game, the 14th lowest figure in the country. The previous season, the defense forced 42 turnovers, the second most in the nation, including 23 interceptions. In 2001, IUP placed 11th among all Division II schools in total defense and seventh in pass efficiency defense while recording the third stingiest defense against the score during the regular season. Tortorella got his coaching start on the prep level in 1985, serving as linebackers coach at Mount Lebanon High School. He then began a nine-year stint as an assistant coach at a pair of Division I universities, including six at Maryland and three at Akron. Tortorella joined the Maryland staff as a graduate assistant working with linebackers and the secondary from 1986-87 followed by one year as a volunteer assistant secondary coach. In 1989, he was hired on a fulltime basis as special teams coordinator and tight ends coach, and he added halfbacks to his list of responsibilities in 1990. In 1992, Tortorella departed Maryland for Akron, where he coached defensive backs through the 1994 season before joining the IUP staff. During his career, Tortorella has coached two players who went on to successful NFL careers. Defensive back Victor Green (Akron) played with the New York Jets from 1993-2001, the New England Patriots in 2002 and the New Orleans Saints in 2003 while tight end Frank Wycheck (Maryland) retired after the 2003 season following an 11-year pro career which saw him catch 505 passes. Three IUP cornerbacks have earned All-America recognition during Tortorella’s time at IUP, including Barry Threats (1997 and 1998), Joey Flora (2001) and Akwasi Owusu-Ansah (2008 and 2009). Tortorella is a 1985 graduate of Slippery Rock with a bachelor’s degree in health and physical education. He and his wife, Michele, are the parents of Luke (14), Annalise (11), Zachary (8) and Michael (5).

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Jim Smith Assistant Head Coach / Linebackers / Academic Coordinator

A 1998 graduate of IUP and a threeyear letterman on the football team, Jim Smith is in his 13th season on the coaching staff and is coaching the Crimson Hawk linebackers this year. Smith also coached the linebackers from 2002-05. Over the past five years he was in charge of the quarterbacks while also coordinating the IUP passing game. During his time on the offensive side of the ball, Smith developed a passing attack that has produced some of the top numbers in that area in recent IUP history. In 2008, quarterback Andrew Krewatch completed 62.8 percent of his passes and had 22 touchdowns against only 10 interceptions. Krewatch also set a school career record with 638 completions and finished second with 8,220 yards and 69 touchdowns. For the second straight season, the Crimson Hawks averaged 38.5 points per game, tied for the second highest in school history. IUP led the PSAC in scoring offense and was second in total offense with an average of 442.1 yards per game. Under Smith’s tutelage, Krewatch set IUP season records with 237 completions, 391 attempts and 3,100 yards in 2007 while throwing 29 touchdown passes. Smith was a part-time coach in 2000 and 2001 while also teaching at Latrobe High School. He mentored the IUP wide receivers in 2000 before coaching the running backs and serving as passing game coordinator the following year. Smith was also a member of the coaching staff during the 1998 campaign. Smith lettered from 1994-96 as a wide receiver at IUP. During that time, he played in 18 games and caught 20 passes for 229 yards. After his playing days were over, Smith served as a student coach assisting with the wide receivers during spring practice in 1997. He earned his bachelor’s degree in health and physical education from IUP in 1998. Smith and his wife, Lori, are the parents of Trevor (5) and Myla (1).

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COACHING STAFF

Luke Getsy Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks

Luke Getsy is in his first season on the IUP coaching staff as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach after four years as an assistant at Akron, West Virginia Wesleyan and most recently the University of Pittsburgh. Getsy started his coaching career in 2007 as a graduate assistant at Akron instructing the quarterbacks and wide receivers. Getsy also coached the quarterbacks as a graduate assistant at Pitt during the 2010 season. In 2009 Getsy served as the offensive coordinator for West Virginia Wesleyan and ran an offense that was in the top three in the conference in quarterback efficiency, rushing, time of possession, turnovers, third down percentage and red zone efficiency. Getsy started his playing career at Pitt where he started one game and played in five others from 2002-04. In 2005 Getsy transferred to Akron and threw for 3,500 yards and 23 touchdowns, leading the Zips to their first-ever Mid America Conference championship and an appearance in the Motor City Bowl. Getsy threw for a Motor City Bowl record 455 yards and earned MVP honors. Getsy currently ranks third on the all-time passing list at Akron with 6,117 yards in just two seasons with the Zips. Getsy signed with the San Francisco 49ers as a free agent in April 2007 before starting his coaching career.

Mike Campolo

Mike Campolo Offensive Line / Run Line Game Coordinator

Mike Campolo is in his 10th season on the IUP staff and seventh coaching the offensive line. Campolo was in charge of the running backs from 2002-04 and served as running game coordinator from 2006-10. Campolo has coached two offensive linemen who went on to the NFL. From 2004-06,he worked with Jason Capizzi, a consensus All-American in 2006 and a free agent signee by the Pittsburgh Steelers after the April 2007 NFL Draft. Capizzi was a member of the Steelers roster when they defeated the Arizona Cardinals in the Super Bowl in February 2009. Two years ago Campolo mentored Joe Tonga, an allconference selection in his only season at IUP and a free agent signee by the New Orleans Saints. In five of the past six years with Campolo in charge of the offensive line, IUP has placed at least two players from that position on the All-PSAC West team. That group includes Rory Thomas, a senior on the 2007 Crimson Hawk team, who was selected to play in the Cactus Bowl, the Division II all-star game. and Jim O’Rourke, who was named to several all-region teams following his senior season in 2010. While working with the running backs, IUP produced a 1,000-yard rusher each season. One of his pupils, Chris Morgan, moved to tailback at the end of his freshman season in 2003 and finished his career as the second-leading rusher in school history with 3,817 yards and 34 touchdowns. Campolo has molded offensive lines into units that have paved the way for IUP to put up huge numbers. In 2008, with three first-time starters on the offensive line including true freshman Anthony DiPasquale, the Crimson Hawks averaged 38.5 points and 442.1 yards per game to rank first and second, respectively, in the PSAC in those categories. The line allowed IUP quarterbacks to be sacked only eight times all season. His running attack featured one of the top ball carriers in the nation. Tobias Robinson led the PSAC and ranked eighth in the nation with an average of 120.3 rushing yards per game. Campolo was a four-year letterman for IUP from 199295, playing in 47 of 48 games and rushing for 984 yards and 20 touchdowns, including four in the playoffs in 1993 as IUP advanced to the national championship game. He ranks 12th in IUP history in rushing touchdowns. As a senior in 1995, Campolo was voted captain and selected Most Inspirational Player by his coaches and teammates. Prior to returning to his alma mater, Campolo was the running backs coach at Duquesne the previous three seasons. 1996 graduate of IUP with a bachelor’s degree in communications media. His son, Vito, is five years old.

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COACHING STAFF

Rod Rutherford Wide Receivers / Recruiting Coordinator

Rod Rutherford joins the IUP staff this season and will coach the wide receivers for the Crimson Hawks after two stints at the University of Pittsburgh and a season at St. Vincent College. Rutherford spent the 2009 and 2010 seasons as a graduate assistant at Pitt coaching the linebackers and wide receivers. Rutherford was part of a Pitt team that won 10 games for the first time since 1981. During the 2008 season Rutherford coached the defensive backs and special teams at St. Vincent and in 2007 served as a volunteer quarterback coach at Pitt. Rutherford was a two-year starter at Pitt, starting 26 games and and earning All-Big East first team honors in 2003 and second team honors in 2004. He set the school record for passing yards in a season with 3,679 in 2003. In 2004 Rutherford signed with the Carolina Panthers as an undrafted free agent. The following season he was a member of the practice squad of the Super Bowl champion Pittsburgh Steelers. Rutherford was also a member of the 2007 World Bowl championship Hamburg Seadevils of NFL Europe.

Scott Kaniecki Tight Ends Scott Kaniecki begins his fourth season with IUP in 2011 as he’ll coach the tight ends for the Crimson Hawks. As an assistant in 2010, Kaniecki helped coach the quarterbacks, kickers and punters and as a graduate assistant coach in 2008 and 2009, he coached quarterbacks and receivers. Kaniecki came to IUP in the fall of 2008 after his graduation from SUNY Brockport, where he was a wide receiver and four-year member of the Golden Eagles football team. While with the Crimson Hawks, Kaniecki has performed quality control duties, working with film and preparing scouting reports, while also working with official and unofficial recruiting visits. He’s also acted as an academic tutor and mentor. He played scholastically at Grand Island High School in New York, graduating in 2004. Kaniecki received his Master’s degree in Sport Administration from IUP in 2010 and has been a member of the American Football Coaches Association since 2009.

Tim Zetts Running Backs Tim Zetts begins his first season on the IUP football coaching staff as the running backs coach in 2011. He comes to the Crimson Hawks after spending the 2010 season with PSAC West rival Cal as the offensive quality control coach. While with the Vulcans, Zetts worked closely with offensive coordinator Walt Harris, former head coach at both Pitt and Stanford. Zetts was involved in weekly game planning, helped create a west coast-style playbook, assisted with the offensive line and running backs, and recruited the Northeast Ohio region. Prior to Cal, Zetts served as an offensive student assistant and assistant quarterback coach at Akron in 2008 and 2009. While a member of the Zips coaching staff, he worked with Harris and Joe Moorhead and also served as the game day signal caller and was the strength and conditioning coach during summer workouts. Zetts graduated from Akron in 2009 with a Bachelor’s degree in business and organization communications. He was a backup quarterback when the Zips won the Mid American Conference title in 2005, before leaving in 2007 to compete for the starting job at Saginaw Valley State. He returned to Akron in 2008 after an ACL tear to begin his coaching career.

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Bernie McQuown Special Teams / Defensive Ends Bernie McQuown joined the IUP coaching staff in 1987 after establishing a reputation as one of the most successful and highly respected high school coaches in Pennsyl-

vania. McQuown retired in 1998 following 25 years as a guidance counselor at Indiana High School and 32 years overall at the school, including seven as a history instructor. McQuown began his high school coaching career as an assistant at Punxsutawney before embarking on a 28-year run as a head coach on the prep level. He spent three seasons at East Brady (1959-61) followed by four at Kane (1962-65), where he posted a record of 27-6-1. But it was his 21-year stint as head coach at Indiana High School that earned him the most accolades. McQuown was at the helm of the Indiana program from 1966-86, compiling 133 wins against just 56 losses and nine ties. During his final five seasons with the Indians, his teams were 40-10-2. McQuown led two undefeated seasons (1976 and 1985), won three CENPAC championships and three Western Conference titles. He coached the Big 33 team in 1979 and was named the Pennsylvania Class AAAA Coach of the Year in 1980. McQuown graduated from Juniata in 1958 where he was an All-America offensive guard. He and his wife, Barbara, have two daughters, Kathy and Kim, and five grandchildren.

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Tyler Scudder Cornerbacks / Assistant Recruiting Coordinator

Adam Schmidt Defensive Tackles / Strength & Conditioning Adam Schmidt is in his third season on the IUP coaching staff and will be in charge of the team’s defensive tackles. Schmidt will also direct the football team’s strength and conditioning program for the third season after taking over those duties as a student assistant in 2008. Schmidt was a four-year letterman at IUP from 200407 and started 18 games at right tackle his junior and senior seasons. He began his career on the defensive line before moving over to the offensive front in 2006. Schmidt played in a total of 32 games at IUP. During his time on defense, Schmidt was credited with a total of 24 tackles and made three sacks.

Tyler Scudder enters the 2011 season as the cornerbacks coach and assistant recruiting coordinator for the IUP football program. This is his second season with the Crimson Hawks after serving as the defensive quality control coach in 2010. Scudder came to IUP from Plymouth State where he was the wide receivers coach and special teams assistant in 2009. He began his coaching career in 2008 at Morgantown High School where he worked with the quarterbacks and special teams.

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Chris Brown Defensive Back 5-11 • 180 • So. Altoona, PA / Bishop Guilfoyle 2010: Played in all 11 games as a redshirt freshman and was credited with 10 tackles…intercepted a pass in the season finale against West Chester. High School: A 2009 graduate of Bishop Guilfoyle High School…named first team all-county by the Altoona Mirror his senior year and was the recipient of the Cohen Blanket…passed for over 3,000 yards covering his junior and senior seasons…also played three seasons on the basketball team…member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Born May 10, 1990…son of Steve and Katrina Brown…majoring in accounting.

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Nick Carnicella Offensive Line 6-1 • 280 • So. Greensburg, PA / Hempfield 2010: Stepped into the starting lineup at left guard during his redshirt freshman season and held that position the entire year… brother Dom was a starting offensive lineman at IUP from 2004-07. High School: A 2008 graduate of Hempfield High School…named to the All-WPIAL second team at offensive tackle his junior year and as a guard his senior season… selected to the Pittsburgh Tribune Review Terrific 25 team… served as team captain as a senior…also played one year on the basketball team…member of the honor roll. Personal: Born Sept. 13, 1990…son of Patrick and Janie Carnicella…majoring in business management.

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Anthony DiPasquale Offensive Line 6-2 • 260 • Sr. Pittsburgh, PA / Pine-Richland Career: Entering his fourth season as a starter after taking over the left guard spot as a true freshman in 2008…moved to center the following year and has been there ever since… has played in all 32 games over the past three seasons. 2010: Started all 11 games at center. 2009: The starter the entire season at center. 2008: Earned the starting job at left guard and maintained it for the whole season…named the team’s freshman of the year. High School: A 2008 graduate of PineRichland High School…recorded 88 pancake blocks as a senior and was named first team all-conference at offensive tackle…also made 56 tackles and four sacks and was selected first team All-WPIAL and to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Fabulous 22 squad at defensive tackle…chosen first team allconference on offense as a junior as well…played on teams that reached the WPIAL semifinals in both 2006 and 2007 and a state championship baseball team his sophomore year…fouryear honor roll student and member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Born June 20, 1989…son of Keith and Julie DiPasquale…majoring in marketing.

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Byron Dovales Offensive Line 6-3 • 290 • So. Reading, PA / Muhlenberg 2010: Recovered in time from a knee injury that forced him to miss spring practice to play in all 11 games at left tackle including 10 starts. High School: A 2009 graduate of Muhlenberg High School…named to the all-county team as a senior when he help his team post its 20th consecutive winning season…also a member of the track and field team for one season. Personal: Born Mar. 26, 1991…son of Tony Dovales and Janet Donner… majoring in exercise science.

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Tyler Dummermuth Tight End 6-1 • 228 • So. New Philadelphia, PA / New Philadelphia 2010: Recovered in time from a knee injury that forced him to miss spring practice to play in all 11 games at left tackle including 10 starts. High School: A 2009 graduate of Muhlenberg High School…named to the all-county team as a senior when he help his team post its 20th consecutive winning season…also a member of the track and field team for one season. Personal: Born Mar. 26, 1991…son of Tony Dovales and Janet Donner… majoring in exercise science.

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Johnny Franco Defensive Back 5-9 • 195 • Sr. Tyrone, PA / Tyrone 2010: Enjoyed a solid debut season at strong safety after transferring from Army where he spent two seasons but did not see game action…ranked seventh on the Crimson Hawks with 47 tackles including 38 solo stops and led the team with four interceptions…had two picks and brought back one for a touchdown against Mercyhurst when he also made a season-high 13 tackles…had an interception and his only sack of the season against West Chester and also picked off a pass versus Lock Haven. High School: A 2008 graduate of Tyrone High School…played for his father, John, who was a football letterman at IUP in the late 1970s…enjoyed an outstanding season in 2006, rushing for 1,653 yards and 25 touchdowns, catching 10 passes for 169 yards and intercepting three passes…named third team all-state by the Pennsylvania Football News. Personal: Born July 31, 1989…son of John and Sue Franco…majoring in pre-medicine.

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Wide Receiver 6-1 • 195 • Sr. Media, PA / Strath Haven Career: Has battled through a series of injuries including a season-ending knee injury in 2008 that hampered him throughout the 2009 season…has career totals of 38 catches for 447 yards and one touchdown. 2010: Tied for third on the team with 12 receptions for a total of 128 yards...had careerhigh six catches for 72 yards against Clarion. 2009: Ranked third on the team with 20 receptions for 219 yards and had his first career touchdown catch vs. C.W. Post…had season-best four catches for 58 yards in that game against the Pioneers… followed that up with three-catch games against Millersville and Mercyhurst. 2008: Made seven catches for 91 yards before his season came to an end with he injured his knee in the fifth game of the year against Edinboro…had three games with two receptions and a season-high 34 yards against Millersville. High School: A 2007 graduate of Strath Haven High School…caught 64 passes for 1,025 yards in his career…named offensive MVP and a member of the All-Delco County first team his senior year…selected to the CSA PrepStar magazine all-region team… helped lead team to district championship in 2006…an honor student throughout his high school career. Personal: Born Mar. 1, 1989…son of John Edwards and Sharon Grey…majoring in health and physical education.

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Eddie Gavett Long Snapper 6-3 • 200 • Jr. Pittsburgh, PA / Mount Lebanon 2010: Handled all snapping duties on extra points and field goals and is expected to regain the same job with punts this season with the graduation of Larry Federoff. 2009: Took over the snapping duties during the opening game of the season against Southern Connecticut State and held onto it the remainder of the season. High School: A 2009 graduate of Mount Lebanon High School…also played on the baseball team…member of the school’s student athletic council. Personal: Born June 30, 1991…son of Don and Connie Gavett…undecided on a major.

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Larry Gooden Defensive Line 5-11 • 255 • So. McKeesport, PA / McKeesport 2010: Came to IUP after spending one postgraduate year at Naval Academy Prep and a redshirt season at West Virginia… played in eight games, mostly at nose guard, with two lateseason starts versus California and Lock Haven…made 16 tackles and two behind the line of scrimmage including a sack against the Vulcans…had a season-high four tackles against Edinboro and Lock Haven. High School: A 2008 graduate of McKeesport High School…selected to play in the Big 33 game and was named first team Class AAAA All-WPIAL West following his senior season. Personal: Born Apr. 4, 1989…son of Lawrence and Samantha Gooden…majoring in accounting.

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Andre Henderson Defensive Back 6-0 • 200 • Sr. Erie, PA / Strong Vincent Career: Returns to the field this season after missing the final seven games of the 2009 campaign and all of 2010 with a severe shoulder injury…originally enrolled at IUP in 2005 and played as a true freshman, making him the only person who will play for both Frank and Curt Cignetti…has career totals of 171 tackles, 10 tackles for loss, a sack and three interceptions. 2009: Was on his way to an outstanding junior season with 33 tackles, five stops behind the line of scrimmage including a sack, an interception and a forced fumble in just over three games… had 12 tackles and a sack in the opener against Southern Connecticut State…made his interception against Mercyhurst in the fourth game of the season before sustaining his shoulder injury later in that contest. 2008: Ranked second on the team with 59 tackles including 41 solo stops and added five tackles for loss, two interceptions and six pass breakups…recorded a career-high 18 tackles against California to begin a threegame run of double figure games that also included 12 against Slippery Rock and 10 against Edinboro…picked off passes in each of the first two games of the season against C.W. Post and Millersville. 2007 and 2006: Was not a member of the program. 2005: Moved into the starting lineup as a true freshman and finished the year with 79 tackles to rank second on the team while also making three stops behind the line of scrimmage and breaking up four passes…reached double figures in tackles in four games…had a season-high 17 tackles against Edinboro while adding 13 against California, 12 against Bloomsburg and 11 against Slippery Rock…broke up a pair of passes against the Rock. High School: A 2005 graduate of Strong Vincent High School…made 148 tackles and grabbed 15 interceptions as a free safety while catching 31 passes for 811 yards and 17 touchdowns at wide receiver during his career…named first team all-region, all-district and all-state his senior year and was honorable mention all-state as a junior…played on consecutive district championship teams. Personal: Born Apr. 25, 1987… son of Andre Henderson Jr. and Teja Belby McCray…majoring in sports administration.

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Mark Jackson

Daryl Jones

Linebacker 6-0 • 205 • Sr. Canton, OH / McKinley Career: Started his first three seasons at safety after transferring from Toledo but was moved to linebacker in the spring… has a total of 143 tackles, 21 tackles for loss and five sacks while adding two fumble recoveries, six pass breakups and two interceptions. 2010: Tied for second on the team with 60 tackles, including six for losses and a sack against Clarion when he made a career-high 11 tackles…also had nine stops in the opener against Southern Connecticut State and eighth against Gannon and Lock Haven. 2009: Made 47 tackles including 34 solo stops to rank third on the team and first among returning players…made nine of his stops behind the line of scrimmage with 1.5 sacks, broke up two passes and recovered a pair of fumbles…had a season-high eight tackles against Millersville and made seven against Gannon when he also had a solo sack among his three tackles for loss. 2008: Had 36 tackles and 27 solo hits including a season-high six against Slippery Rock and also had his first career interception against the Rock…had two tackles for loss, a solo sack and shared in another quarterback takedown against Mercyhurst. High School: A 2006 graduate of McKinley High School…intercepted five passes and was named first team all-district his senior year…team went 10-0 in the regular season after playing in the state championship game his junior season. Personal: Born Oct. 30, 1987…son of Mark and Emmelia Jackson…majoring in economics.

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Defensive Back 5-11 • 185 • Jr. Pittsburgh, PA / Woodland Hills 2010: Played in all 11 games and started eight times at cornerback…made 31 tackles and had a season-high eight against Gannon when he also made one of his three tackles behind the line of scrimmage…two weeks later made seven stops against Lock Haven. 2009: Played in 10 games as a part-time starter and made 30 tackles while forcing a fumble…had a seasonhigh seven tackles against Gannon after making six stops the week before against Clarion. High School: A 2008 graduate of Woodland Hills High School…recorded 205 tackles and eight interceptions in his career…named first team all-conference his senior season…selected Gatorade Offensive Player of the Year as a member of the baseball team and also played three years of basketball…member of the honor roll. Personal: Born Nov. 5, 1989…son of Clifford and Patricia Jones…majoring in safety science.

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James Johnson Running Back 5-10 • 200 • So. Philadelphia, PA / Glen Mills 2010: Played in eight games as a reserve tailback during his redshirt freshman season…rushed for 246 yards on 58 carries and scored his first career touchdown against Lock Haven… carried 11 times for a season-high 67 yards against Bloomsburg and added 52 yards against Slippery Rock. High School: A 2008 graduate of Glen Mills School…rushed for 820 yards on only 90 carries his senior season and was named first team AllDelaware Valley and honorable mention All-Delco…selected first team All-Public League his junior year…placed seventh in the nation in powerlifting…also competed on the track and field team. Personal: Born Mar. 27, 1991…son of James Johnson and Tihyya Weems…majoring in respiratory therapy.

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Jermel Lee Linebacker 6-0 • 215 • So. Bethlehem, PA / Freedom 2010: Played in five games as a reserve linebacker during his redshirt freshman season…made one tackle against Bloomsburg. High School: A 2008 graduate of Freedom High School…selected to play in the Big 33 game at safety following his senior season…recorded 90 tackles with four sacks and an interception while blocking two extra point attempts that year…named to the Pennsylvania Football News Class AAAA all-state third team. Personal: Born Feb. 12, 1990…son of Renen Harris…majoring in criminology.

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Joey Mencer Kicker 5-10 • 180 • Jr. Altoona, PA / Altoona 2010: Saw action in five games kicking off in specific situations. 2009: Kicked off in four games including three in a row midway through the season against Mercyhurst, Slippery Rock and California. High School: A 2009 graduate of Altoona High School…named to the Altoona Mirror all-star second team his senior season…standout on the soccer team for four years and was the leading scorer and team MVP as a senior…also chosen rookie of the year his freshman season…part of a district championship team in soccer…member of the honor roll his final two years. Personal: Born Apr. 6, 1991…son of Reggie Mencer and Lori Alderman…majoring in physical therapy.

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Louis Mobley Offensive Line 6-1 • 300 • Jr. Philadelphia, PA / St. John Neumann

2010: Saw action in five games kicking off in specific situations. 2009: Kicked off in four games including three in a row midway through the season against Mercyhurst, Slippery Rock and California. High School: A 2009 graduate of Altoona High School…named to the Altoona Mirror all-star second team his senior season…standout on the soccer team for four years and was the leading scorer and team MVP as a senior…also chosen rookie of the year his freshman season…part of a district championship team in soccer…member of the honor roll his final two years. Personal: Born Apr. 6, 1991…son of Reggie Mencer and Lori Alderman…majoring in physical therapy.

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Jason Musselman Offensive Line 6-6 • 280 • Jr. Alum Bank, PA / Chestnut Ridge 2010: Started the first three games of the season at right tackle and saw action in six of the final eight contests in a reserve role. 2009: Played in all 11 games with 10 starts at right tackle during his redshirt freshman season. High School: A 2008 graduate of Chestnut Ridge High School…competed on the football team for two years and was also a member of the basketball and track and field teams. Personal: Born Apr. 28, 1990…son of Gary and Rebecca Musselman…majoring in elementary education.

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Javon Rowan Wide Receiver 6-0 • 195 • Sr. Erie, PA / Cathedral Prep Career: Has had a series of injuries that limited his playing time during his career… has career totals of 47 catches for 548 yards and five touchdowns. 2010: Played in six games and was second on the team with 12 receptions good for 128 yards…11 of his catches came in a three-week span when he had four against Bloomsburg and Slippery Rock and three against Edinboro for a season-high 45 yards. 2009: Ranked second on the team with 34 receptions for 416 yards and had a team-high five touchdown catches…opened the season with a game-winning 42-yard touchdown catch in a come-from-behind victory over Southern Connecticut State and had five catches for a season-high 73 yards and a score the following week against C.W. Post…scored touchdowns in three straight weeks against California, Edinboro and Lock Haven and had a season-best six receptions against the Vulcans. 2008: Played in five games in his first season on the active roster and had one catch for four yards while also making four special teams tackles. High School: A 2006 graduate of Cathedral Prep High School… named first team all-district his junior and senior years and second team all-state following his senior season…helped lead team to District 10 championship and berth in the western semifinals in 2005…also competed on the track and field team for three years. Personal: Born Jan. 10, 1988…son of Levonne and Vikki Rowan…majoring in communications media.

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Zach Severance Defensive Back 5-11 • 185 • So. Columbus, OH / Reynoldsburg 2010: Was in his first season at IUP after spending one year at Naval Academy Prep where he had 40 tackles and two interceptions in 2007…played in all 11 games at cornerback for the Crimson Hawks a year ago and started against Mercyhurst, Clarion, Gannon and California…credited with 40 tackles, broke up three passes and recovered a fumble which he returned 27 yards against California…made a seasonhigh seven tackles against Southern Connecticut State and Edinboro. High School: A 2007 graduate of Reynoldsburg High School…compiled 88 tackles, forced eight fumbles, picked off three passes and deflected three passes his senior year…member of the wrestling team and had a record of 37-6. Personal: Born July 10, 1989…son of Jackie Severance… majoring in marketing.

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Akeem Smith Defensive Line 6-3 • 292 • So. Philadelphia, PA / Frankford 2010: Played in six games and made one tackle as a reserve defensive tackle his redshirt freshman season…that tackle against Clarion resulted in lost yardage and he also blocked two kicks. High School: A 2009 graduate of Frankford High School…averaged four tackles per game, registered four sacks on the year and knocked down a couple of passes per contest… named to the All-Public League, all-city and all-state team his senior year and was also an all-league selection as a junior… chosen a Philadelphia Daily News Player of the Week during his senior year. Personal: Born Nov. 20, 1990…son of Cheral Smith…majoring in safety science.

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Pat Smith Quarterback 6-5 • 225 • So. Hollidaysburg, PA / Hollidaysburg Career: Has had a series of injuries that limited his playing time during his career… has career totals of 47 catches for 548 yards and five touchdowns. 2010: Played in six games and was second on the team with 12 receptions good for 128 yards…11 of his catches came in a three-week span when he had four against Bloomsburg and Slippery Rock and three against Edinboro for a season-high 45 yards. 2009: Ranked second on the team with 34 receptions for 416 yards and had a team-high five touchdown catches…opened the season with a game-winning 42-yard touchdown catch in a come-from-behind victory over Southern Connecticut State and had five catches for a season-high 73 yards and a score the following week against C.W. Post…scored touchdowns in three straight weeks against California, Edinboro and Lock Haven and had a season-best six receptions against the Vulcans. 2008: Played in five games in his first season on the active roster and had one catch for four yards while also making four special teams tackles. High School: A 2006 graduate of Cathedral Prep High School… named first team all-district his junior and senior years and second team all-state following his senior season…helped lead team to District 10 championship and berth in the western semifinals in 2005…also competed on the track and field team for three years. Personal: Born Jan. 10, 1988…son of Levonne and Vikki Rowan…majoring in communications media.

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Greg Strauss Defensive Line 6-0 • 230 • So. Saxton, PA / Tussey Mountain 2010: Saw the first game action of his career as a reserve defensive tackle against Lock Haven in the next-to-last game of his redshirt freshman season. High School: A 2009 graduate of Tussey Mountain High School…named team co-MVP and second team all-state his senior year…helped team reach state playoffs all three years…also competed on the wrestling team four years and one year on the track and field squad. Personal: Born Oct. 19, 1990…son of Christopher and Shirley Strauss… majoring in earth and space science education.

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Harvie Tuck Running Back 5-10 • 215 • Jr. Akron, OH / St. Vincent-St. Mary Career: Joined the tailback rotation in week five of the 2009 season when an injury to Tobias Robinson forced him into game action…earned the starting job last year and has played in 17 games with 11 starts and has carried 330 times for 1,674 yards and nine touchdowns…already ranks 15th in career rushing yards in school history. 2010: Played in 10 of 11 games, missing most of the Bloomsburg game and the entire Slippery Rock contest with a foot injury…rushed for 1,134 yards on 229 attempts, and scored four touchdowns…added four receptions for 32 yards…ranked third in the PSAC and tied for 19th in the nation with an average of 113.4 yards per game…returned from his injury to rush for 168 yards on a career-high 32 carries and a touchdown in a win over Edinboro to earn PSAC West Offensive Player of the Week honors…followed that up with 160 yards against PSAC champion Mercyhurst and had a season-high 190 yards and a touchdown against Lock Haven…also found the end zone against East Stroudsburg and California, rushing for 112 yards against the strong Vulcan run defense. 2009: Expected to redshirt as a true freshman but moved up to No. 2 on the depth chart and rushed for 540 yards on 101 carries and tied for the team lead with five touchdowns…saw his first college action against Slippery Rock and rushed for 96 yards on 19 carries…gained a career-high 218 yards and scored two touchdowns against Lock Haven and was named PSAC West Offensive Player of the Week… his yardage total set an IUP freshman record and ranks 10th overall in school history…finished the year with 17 carries for 86 yards and a touchdown against Kutztown. High School: A 2009 graduate of St. Vincent-St. Mary High School…rushed for 2,300 yards and 23 touchdowns in his career and also made 293 tackles to set a school record and grabbed four interceptions as a linebacker…named to the All-Ohio team his sophomore and senior seasons, all-county as a junior and all-city his freshman year. Personal: Born Dec. 4, 1990…son of Harvie III and Genell Tuck…majoring in sports administration.

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Carl Thornton Defensive Line 6-2 • 235 • Jr. Beaver Falls, PA / Beaver Falls Career: Named to the All-PSAC West second team in both of his seasons on the active roster…started all 22 games over the past two years…has career totals of 104 tackles, 17 tackles for loss, six sacks, six fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles. 2010: Moved from nose guard to defensive tackle and started all 11 games, tying for second on the team with 60 tackles and placing second with 13 tackles for loss and 4.5 sacks… forced a pair of fumbles and tied for the PSAC lead with three recovered fumbles…had a season-high nine tackles against Clarion and added eight against Slippery Rock and seven against Bloomsburg…made three stops behind the line of scrimmage and shared in a sack against California and had solo sacks against Southern Connecticut State, East Stroudsburg, Slippery Rock and Mercyhurst. 2009: Ranked fifth on the team with 44 tackles with four coming behind the line of scrimmage including 1.5 sacks…also recovered three fumbles, one of which he returned five yards for a touchdown against Kutztown…posted six tackles in each of his first two college games against Southern Connecticut State and C.W. Post… had a season-high 10 stops against Clarion when he make two tackles for loss and shared a sack…recorded a solo quarterback takedown against Millersville. High School: A 2008 graduate of Beaver Falls High School…credited with 98 tackles his junior year and 91 as a senior…also played basketball. Personal: Born Jan. 9, 1990…son of Carl and Jackie Thornton…majoring in sports administration.

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2010 REVIEW IUP 16 SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT 6 September 4, 2010 Miller Stadium

Att: 1,680

IUP 23 EAST STROUDSBURG 17 September 11, 2010 East Stroudsburg, Pa.

Att: 3,200

Score By Quarters 1 2 3 4 F Southern Connecticut 0 0 0 6 6 IUP 10 0 0 6 16

Score By Quarters 1 2 3 4 F IUP 0 13 3 7 23 East Stroudsburg 10 0 0 7 17

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter IUP (2:41) - Craig Burgess 28 field goal IUP (1:33) - Roy-al Edwards 34 run (Burgess kick) 2nd Quarter No Scoring 3rd Quarter No Scoring 4th Quarter IUP (14:56) - Burgess 45 field goal SCSU (7:20) - Rashaad Slowley 2 run (kick failed) IUP (1:56) - Burgess 29 field goal

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter ESU (11:46) - Taylor Groff 33 field goal ESU (3:42) - Kendrick Williams 29 pass from Matt Marshall (Groff kick) 2nd Quarter IUP (13:14) - Harvie Tuck 1 run (Craig Burgess kick) IUP (7:57) - Burgess 31 field goal IUP (0:01) – Burgess 19 field goal 3rd Quarter IUP (1:33) - Burgess 21 field goal 4th Quarter IUP (9:22) - Nate Morrow 7 pass from Bo Napoleon (Burgess kick) ESU (0:32) - Jeff Giglio 5 pass from Marshall (Groff kick)

Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards Pass Att.-Comp.-Ints. Passing Yards Plays-Total Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Avg. Punt Returns-Avg. Kickoff Returns-Avg. Time of Possession 3rd Down Conversions (28.6) 4th Down Conversions Sacks By-Yards Lost

IUP SCSU 14 12 41-151 28-106 23-13-0 36-17-3 115 184 64-266 64-290 3-0 2-1 5-45 6-55 8-26.9 6-33.0 4-6.2 3-7.7 2-16.0 5-18.8 36:05 23:55 5-16 (31.3) 4-14 0-0 (0.0) 2-4 (50.0) 2-9 0-0

IUP Individual Leaders Rushing: Harvie Tuck (28-98), Roy-al Edwards (3-31, 1 TD) Passing: Pat Smith (11-21, 111 yards) Receiving: Nate Morrow (3-39)) Tackles: Mark Jackson (9), Jeff Vaughn (9) Sacks: Mike Katch (1), Carl Thornton (1) Interceptions: Mark Jackson (1), Mike Katch (1), Mike Scott (1) Southern Connecticut Individual Leaders Rushing: John Wiechman (10-75), Rashaad Slowley (12-36, 1 TD) Passing: Kevin Lynch (17-36, 184 yards, 3 INT) Receiving: Sean Donnelly (4-28) Tackles: Samuel Johnson (9), Gavin Nelson (8) Game Notes: The win completed a sweep of the two-year series vs. Southern Connecticut State and kept IUP undefeated in six all-time meetings...the Crimson Hawks won their season opener for the fifth straight year...starting left tackle Louis Mobley was lost for the rest of the season when he suffered a knee injury...Mike Scott broke up four passes, intercepted another and recovered a fumble in his college debut... the Owls had 92 of their 290 total yards on their only scoring drive of the game in the fourth quarter...Southern Connecticut State was denied on two earlier scoring opportunites when Mike Katch intercepted a pass at the IUP 10 early in the second quarter and a holding penalty thwarted a drive that reached the Crimson Hawk 20 on the Owls’ first possession of the second half.

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Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards Pass Att.-Comp.-Ints. Passing Yards Plays-Total Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Avg. Punt Returns-Avg. Kickoff Returns-Avg. Time of Possession 3rd Down Conversions (46.2) 4th Down Conversions Sacks By-Yards Lost

IUP ESU 19 18 45-209 33-145 24-17-0 26-16-1 215 147 69-424 59-292 0-0 3-0 8-65 9-56 3-31.3 4-36.2 2-4.5 3-4.3 3-23.0 6-17.7 35:54 24:06 7-16 (43.8) 6-13 2-2 (100.0) 1-2 (50.0) 2-8 1-6

IUP Individual Leaders Rushing: Harvie Tuck (20-89, 1 TD), Teddy Blakeman (6-46), James Johnson (10-32), Darryl Herod (3-32) Passing: Pat Smith (14-18, 196 yards), Bo Napoleon (3-6, 19 yards, 1 TD) Receiving: Mychal Skinner (7-128), Darryl Herod (3-38) Tackles: Mike Katch (11), Jeff Vaughn (10) Sacks: Carl Thornton (1), Errol Brewster (1) Interceptions: Mike Scott (1) East Stroudsburg Individual Leaders Rushing: Kendrick Williams (12-85), Matt Marshall (12-46) Passing: Matt Marshall (16-25, 147 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT) Receiving: Ed Kiser (4-41), Kendrick Williams (2-31, 1 TD) Tackles: Herschel Thornton (11), Matt Freed (10) Sacks: Mike Bergey (1) Game Notes: IUP improved to 2-0 for the fifth straight season and ninth time in the past 11... East Stroudsburg was ranked No. 25 by the AFCA...the Crimson Hawks won their third in a row over the Warriors and eighth straight vs. a PSAC East opponent...the win proved costly when quarterback Pat Smith, who was enjoying his best statistical game, broke his thumb on an East Stroudsburg helmet while following through on a pass and was forced to miss the rest of the season...Mychal Skinner moved into ninth place in school history with 112 career receptions... Craig Burgess made three field goals for the second straight week and extended his school record total to 37.

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BLOOMSBURG 47 IUP 20

September 18, 2010 Bloomsburg, Pa.

Att: 2,748

Score By Quarters 1 2 3 4 F IUP 10 3 0 7 20 Bloomsburg 7 14 10 16 47 Scoring Summary 1st Quarter IUP (10:27) - Craig Burgess 35 field goal IUP (4:27) - Teddy Blakeman 7 run (Burgess kick) BU (3:38) - Kyle Fisher 68 pass from Pat Carey (Jared Shannon kick) 2nd Quarter IUP (5:36) - Burgess 29 field goal BU (2:23) - Franklyn Quiteh 6 run (Shannon kick) BU (0:58) - Quiteh 1 run (Shannon kick) 3rd Quarter BU (12:47) - Mike Varanavage 60 interception return (Shannon kick) BU (9:34) - Dan Fisher 43 field goal 4th Quarter BU (11:41) - Fisher 34 field goal BU (6:13) - Ben Weaber 2 pass from Carey (kick failed) BU (5:02) - Dan Haverstock 68 fumble return (Shannon kick) IUP (2:52) - Blakeman 4 run (Burgess kick) Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards Pass Att.-Comp.-Ints. Passing Yards Plays-Total Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Avg. Punt Returns-Avg. Kickoff Returns-Avg. Time of Possession 3rd Down Conversions 4th Down Conversions Sacks By-Yards Lost

IUP BU 14 17 38-134 41-154 32-12-5 19-13-0 128 237 70-262 60-391 4-2 4-3 3-20 6-48 5-34.6 6-35.0 4-2.5 3-6.3 9-28.9 4-21.5 31:17 28:43 5-16 (31.3) 4-12 (33.) 1-1 (100.0) 0-0 (0.0) 1-9 1-10

IUP Individual Leaders Rushing: Teddy Blakeman (18-73, 2 TD), James Johnson (11-67) Passing: Bo Napoleon (12-32, 128 yards, 5 INT) Receiving: Javon Rowan (4-39) Tackles: Mike Scott (11), Jeff Vaughn (10) Sacks: Mike Katch (1) Bloomsburg Individual Leaders Rushing: Franklyn Quiteh (22-91, 2 TD), Codie Butler (9-45) Passing: Pat Carey (13-19, 237 yards, 2 TD) Receiving: Cory Stiger (5-78), Ben Weaber (4-31, 1 TD) Tackles: Mike Varanavage (11), Thomas McFarland (9) Sacks: Clarence Robinson (1) Interceptions: Solomon Oliver (2), Mike Varanavage (1), Wallace Jamison (1), Justin Rivera (1) Game Notes: IUP lost its fourth straight to Bloomsburg, the longest such streak against any opponent since dropping five in a row to Clarion from 1977-81...Bo Napoleon made his first start in place of the injured Pat Smith and threw five interceptions, one shy of the school record... the margin of defeat was the largest since a 27-0 loss to the Huskies in 2005 and the most points IUP allowed since a 52-19 defeat to Catawba in 2004...IUP’s eight-game winning streak vs. the PSAC East was snapped.


2010 REVIEW IUP 17 SLIPPERY ROCK 0 September 25, 2010 Miller Stadium

IUP 18 EDINBORO 0 Att: 4,433

October 2, 2010 Edinboro, Pa.

MERCYHURST 28 IUP 27 Att: 1,153

October 9, 2010 Miller Stadium

Att: 4,861

Score By Quarters 1 2 3 4 F IUP 7 0 0 10 17 Slippery Rock 0 0 0 0 0

Score By Quarters 1 2 3 4 F IUP 6 3 3 6 18 Edinboro 0 0 0 0 0

Score By Quarters 1 2 3 4 F Mercyhurst 7 7 7 7 28 IUP 10 7 7 3 27

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter IUP (0:48) - Teddy Blakeman 2 run (Craig Burgess kick) 2nd Quarter No Scoring 3rd Quarter No Scoring 4th Quarter IUP (14:54) - Burgess 25 field goal IUP (0:45) - Tobias Robinson 75 interception return (Burgess kick)

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter IUP (8:01) - Harvie Tuck 6 run (kick failed) 2nd Quarter IUP (1:24) - Craig Burgess 26 field goal 3rd Quarter IUP (5:43) – Craig Burgess 31 field goal 4th Quarter IUP (11:26) - Teddy Blakeman 6 run (kick failed)

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter IUP (14:44) - Mychal Skinner 68 pass from Bo Napoleon (Craig Burgess kick) IUP (9:23) - Burgess 25 field goal MC (1:43) - Travis Rearick 5 run (Steven Wakefield kick) 2nd Quarter IUP (13:36) - Nate Morrow 2 pass from Napoleon (Burgess kick) MC (3:24) - Trevor Kennedy 9 pass from Rearick (Wakefield kick) 3rd Quarter MC (8:44) - Terrance Coon 18 pass from Rearick (Wakefield kick) IUP (7:00) - Johnny Franco 30 interception return (Burgess kick) 4th Quarter IUP (1:52) - Burgess 36 field goal MC (0:26) - Kennedy 28 pass from Rearick (Wakefield kick)

Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards Pass Att.-Comp.-Ints. Passing Yards Plays-Total Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Avg. Punt Returns-Avg. Kickoff Returns-Avg. Time of Possession 3rd Down Conversions (23.1) 4th Down Conversions Sacks By-Yards Lost

IUP SRU 11 11 41-158 33-24 15-10-0 30-10-1 79 119 56-237 63-143 3-2 4-2 7-83 6-67 8-39.2 8-32.9 3-2.3 5-18.6 0-0.0 3-16.7 31:56 28:04 4-14 (28.6) 3-13 0-0 (0.0) 0-2 (0.0) 4-29 1-2

IUP Individual Leaders Rushing: Teddy Blakeman (24-87, 1 TD), James Johnson (13-52) Passing: Bo Napoleon (10-15, 79 yards) Receiving: Javon Rowan (3-40) Tackles: Jeff Vaughn (12), Carl Thornton (8), Mike Gee (8) Sacks: Mike Gee (1.5), Jeff Vaughn (1), Carl Thornton (1), Errol Brewster (0.5) Interceptions: Tobias Robinson (1) Slippery Rock Individual Leaders Rushing: Akeem Satterfield (27-56) Passing: Ryan Sabo (10-30, 119 yards, 1 INT) Receiving: Devin Goda (5-52) Tackles: Zach Sheridan (12), Scott Kachurik (8) Sacks: Aaron Nall (0.5), Andrew Pianetti (0.5) Game Notes: IUP held the Slippery Rock offense off the scoreboard for the second straight season but was able to win this time...a year ago, the Rock won 7-3, scoring its only touchdown on an interception return...IUP shut out Slippery Rock for the first time since a 38-0 win in 1991 and has won 10 of the past 12 vs. its longtime division rival...the shutout gave IUP at least one in 22 of the past 28 seasons...Slippery Rock was held below 100 yards of total offense until getting 52 on its final drive of the game... the Rock did reach the Crimson Hawk 8 midway through the second quarter before being set back by an intentional grounding penalty, and C.J. Bahr missed a 37-yard field goal attempt.... Tobias Robinson’s 75-yard interception return for a touchdown was his sixth career score of at least that distance, with the previous five coming on offense...Mike Gee had eight tackles (five solos), four tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks and a fumble recovery and was named PSAC West Defensive Player of the Week.

Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards Pass Att.-Comp.-Ints. Passing Yards Plays-Total Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Avg. Punt Returns-Avg. Kickoff Returns-Avg. Time of Possession 3rd Down Conversions (18.2) 4th Down Conversions Sacks By-Yards Lost

IUP EDIN 23 12 63-303 28-100 11-4-0 27-7-0 64 79 74-367 55-179 2-1 3-2 8-65 4-45 4-29.5 5-28.4 1-3.0 0-0.0 1-23.0 5-26.0 39:53 20:07 5-14 (35.7) 2-11 0-1 (0.0) 1-8

0-3 (0.0) 1-7

IUP Individual Leaders Rushing: Harvie Tuck (32-168, 1 TD), Teddy Blakeman (17-75, 1 TD), Roy-al Edwards (3-36), James Johnson (3-31) Passing: Bo Napoleon (4-11, 64 yards) Receiving: Javon Rowan (3-45) Tackles: Zach Severance (7), Nate George (5) Sacks: Nate George (1) Edinboro Individual Leaders Rushing: Michael Battles (12-65) Passing: Cody Harris (7-27, 79 yards) Receiving: Gary Nolen (2-28), Josh Brown (2-26) Tackles: Ben Swank (13), Dan Skelton (12), Keir Jeter (8) Sacks: Keir Jeter (1) Game Notes: IUP recorded back-to-back shutouts for the first time since 1991 and blanked the Fighting Scots for the first time since a 27-0 win in 1969...Edinboro entered the game ranked No. 12 by the AFCA but was shut out for the first time since the 2006 season...in its four wins so far in 2010, the Crimson Hawks have allowed a total of only 23 points...Harvie Tuck, who missed all but two series the previous two weeks with a foot injury, was named PSAC West Offensive Player of the Week after rushing for 168 yards to lead a dominating ground attack... IUP had 303 rushing yards against an Edinboro defense that was allowing an average of only 92.8 per game going in...the Crimson Hawks did not attempt a pass in the second half, with Bo Napoleon sacked the only time he dropped back to throw...Craig Burgess saw his consecutive extra point streak end at 98 when his first quarter attempt was blocked...Burgess did move into sixth place in PSAC history with his 42nd career field and tied for ninth in the conference with 241 points by kicking.

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Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards Pass Att.-Comp.-Ints. Passing Yards Plays-Total Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Avg. Punt Returns-Avg. Kickoff Returns-Avg. Time of Possession 3rd Down Conversions 4th Down Conversions Sacks By-Yards Lost

IUP MC 13 24 38-189 23-35 19-7-2 54-32-2 121 344 57-310 77-379 0-0 1-0 6-57 4-21 5-35.0 5-26.0 0-0.0 2-13.0 3-24.7 5-17.8 24:30 35:30 4-12 (33.3) 9-16 (56.3) 0-0 (0.0) 0-0 (0.0) 1-14 1-6

IUP Individual Leaders Rushing: Harvie Tuck (27-160) Passing: Bo Napoleon (7-18, 121 yards, 2 TD, 2 INT) Receiving: Ben Simmen (2-29), Roy-al Edwards (2-19), Mychal Skinner (1-68, 1 TD) Tackles: Johnny Franco (13), Carl Thornton (6), Nate George (6), Mike Katch (6) Sacks: Carl Thornton (1) Interceptions: Johnny Franco (2) Mercyhurst Individual Leaders Rushing: Gerald Anderson (13-15) Passing: Travis Rearick (32-53, 344 yards, 3 TD, 2 INT) Receiving: Terrance Coon (12-112, 1 TD), Trevor Kennedy (9-115, 2 TD) Tackles: Bryan Boyce (9), Dan Kruper (8), Kevin Williams (8) Sacks: Dan Kruper (1) Interceptions: Ryan Taylor (1), Ian Wild (1) Game Notes: Mercyhurst drove 68 yards on just six plays in the final two minutes to stun a homecoming crowd at Miller Stadium... Craig Burgess kicked two field goals to move into a tie for fourth in PSAC history with 44... he also became IUP’s all-time leader for points by a kicker with 250...Laker quarterback Travis Rearick was not announced as the starter until shortly before kickoff in place of the injured Garrett Kensy...Rearick wound up keeping the job the rest of the season and led the Lakers to the NCAA quarterfinals.

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2010 REVIEW GANNON 45 IUP 17

CLARION 21 IUP 14

October 16, 2010 Miller Stadium

Att: 2,369

October 23, 2010 Erie, Pa.

CALIFORNIA 18 IUP 15 (OT) Att: 1,763

October 30, 2010 California, Pa.

Att: 2,169

Score By Quarters 1 2 3 4 F Clarion 7 0 0 14 21 IUP 0 0 0 14 14

Score By Quarters 1 2 3 4 F IUP 10 0 7 0 17 Gannon 0 21 14 10 45

Score By Quarters 1 2 3 4 OT F IUP 0 6 9 0 0 15 California 0 0 0 15 3 18

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter CLAR (8:34) - Ben Fiscus 2 run (Robert Mamula kick) 2nd Quarter No Scoring 3rd Quarter No Scoring 4th Quarter IUP (11:11) - Pat Brewer 11 pass from Bo Napoleon (Craig Burgess kick) CLAR (7:51) - Alfonso Hoggard 49 run (kick failed) CLAR (1:11) - Hoggard 69 run (Hoggard rush) IUP (0:13) - Ben Simmen 4 pass from Napoleon (Burgess kick)

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter IUP (7:25) - Mychal Skinner 29 pass from Bo Napoleon (Craig Burgess kick) IUP (0:30) - Burgess 42 field goal 2nd Quarter GU (13:41) - Zach Boedicker 12 run (Jeremy Ditzler kick) GU (8:58) - Tyler Batts 8 run (Ditzler kick) GU (1:31) - Levar Goff 6 pass from Boedicker (Ditzler kick) 3rd Quarter GU (12:44) - Kevin Minor interception return (Ditzler kick) GU (9:02) - Batts 4 run (Ditzler kick) IUP (4:48) - Darryl Herod 1 run (Burgess kick) 4th Quarter GU (12:17) - Ditzler 20 field goal GU (1:27) - Goff 46 punt return (Matt Szczupakowski kick)

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter No Scoring 2nd Quarter IUP (3:12) - Harvie Tuck 1 run (kick failed) 3rd Quarter IUP (13:21) - Terrell Washington 7 blocked punt return (Burgess kick) IUP (10:18) - Safety, Larry Gooden sacked Josh Portis in end zone 4th Quarter CAL (10:11) - Mike Williams 19 pass from Portis (Marc Domonkos kick) CAL (0:06) - Chedrick Cherry 1 pass from Portis (Cherry pass from Portis) Overtime CAL - Domonkos 18 field goal

Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards Pass Att.-Comp.-Ints. Passing Yards Plays-Total Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Avg. Punt Returns-Avg. Kickoff Returns-Avg. Time of Possession 3rd Down Conversions (37.5) 4th Down Conversions Sacks By-Yards Lost

IUP CLAR 14 18 36-113 52-239 26-16-1 15-11-0 169 115 62-282 67-354 2-2 1-0 4-30 6-50 4-31.5 5-25.6 2-11.0 0-0.0 3-18.0 3-14.0 26:19 33:41 4-14 (28.6) 6-16 3-4 (75.0) 2-3 (66.7) 5-31 1-1

IUP Individual Leaders Rushing: Harvie Tuck (21-70) Passing: Bo Napoleon (16-26, 169 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT) Receiving: Roy-al Edwards (6-72), Pat Brewer (3-29, 1 TD), Ben Simmen (3-25, 1 TD) Tackles: Tyler Dummermuth (11), Mark Jackson (11), Mike Gee (9), Carl Thornton (9) Sacks: Mike Gee (2), Tyler Dummermuth (1.5), Mark Jackson (1), Nate George (0.5) Clarion Individual Leaders Rushing: Alfonso Hoggard (17-179, 2 TD), Ben Fiscus (34-60, 1 TD) Passing: Ben Fiscus (11-15, 115 yards) Receiving: Craig Bunney (5-40) Tackles: Jay Pettina (10), Nick Sipes (10) Sacks: Nike Sipes (0.5), Barrington Morrison (0.5) Interceptions: Nike Sipes (1) Game Notes: IUP any hopes of a postseason bid end when it suffered its second straight loss... Clarion has won two in a row over the Crimson Hawks after losing eight straight from 2001-08... Ben Fiscus, a graduate of Indiana High School, completed his first seven passes to make him 23 for 23 over his first two career starts before finally misfiring with nine seconds left in the first half...trailing 13-7, IUP had a fourth and less than a yard at the Clarion 40 but Harvie Tuck was stopped short with 1:28 remaining, and Alfonso Hoggard sealed the Golden Eagle win with a 69-yard touchdown run two plays later... Hoggard rushed for 139 of his 179 yards in the second half and has 341 vs. the Crimson Hawks the past two seasons.

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Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards Pass Att.-Comp.-Ints. Passing Yards Plays-Total Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Avg. Punt Returns-Avg. Kickoff Returns-Avg. Time of Possession 3rd Down Conversions 4th Down Conversions Sacks By-Yards Lost

IUP GU 11 15 31-112 47-179 19-9-4 19-11-1 107 186 50-219 66-365 1-1 3-1 8-100 8-91 6-35.0 5-30.2 2-1.5 4-11.8 4-34.0 3-24.7 24:54 35:06 1-8 (12.5) 6-14 (42.9) 0-0 (0.0) 0-0 (0.0) 3-18 2-14

IUP Individual Leaders Rushing: Harvie Tuck (19-97) Passing: Bo Napoleon (9-19, 107 yards, 1 TD, 4 INT) Receiving: Mychal Skinner (4-65, 1 TD) Tackles: Mike Gee (9), Daryl Jones (8), Cory Lanterman (8), Mark Jackson (8) Sacks: Mike Gee (2), Tyler Dummermuth (1) Interceptions: Mike Meriwether (1) Gannon Individual Leaders Rushing: Zach Boedicker (18-89, 1 TD), Tyler Batts (19-79, 2 TD) Passing: Zach Boedicker (11-18, 186 yards, 1 TD) Receiving: Levar Goff (4-26, 1 TD) Tackles: Matthew Neal-Mink (11), Keith Yager (8) Sacks: Keith Yager (0.5), Kevin Minor (0.5), Randy Colling (0.5), Ian Jeffers (0.5) Interceptions: Kevin Minor (2), Jon Petrigac (1), Connor Kimball (1) Game Notes: IUP saw an early 10-0 lead disappear and suffered its third straight PSAC West loss...Harvie Tuck moved up to 21st in school history with 1,240 career rushing yards... Craig Burgess booted his 45th field goal to move into a tie for third place in PSAC history... Mychal Skinner returned following a two-week absence with an Achilles injury and caught his 15th career touchdown pass to move into ninth place in school history...Mike Gee had two sacks for the second straight week...IUP allowed a punt return for a touchdown for the first time since 1999.

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Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards Pass Att.-Comp.-Ints. Passing Yards Plays-Total Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Avg. Punt Returns-Avg. Kickoff Returns-Avg. Time of Possession 3rd Down Conversions (37.5) 4th Down Conversions Sacks By-Yards Lost

IUP CAL 11 16 50-130 33-61 14-5-1 32-21-0 52 210 64-182 65-271 1-0 2-1 5-35 8-51 6-34.2 6-32.7 4-11.0 2-9.5 4-15.5 3-29.7 35:25 24:35 3-16 (18.8) 6-16 3-5 (60.0) 1-1 (100.0) 5-27 2-6

IUP Individual Leaders Rushing: Harvie Tuck (28-112, 1 TD) Passing: Bo Napoleon (4-13, 42 yards, 1 INT) Receiving: Mychal Skinner (2-28) Tackles: Mike Katch (12), Mike Gee (9) Sacks: Mike Gee (3), Larry Gooden (1), Mike Katch (0.5), Carl Thornton (0.5) California Individual Leaders Rushing: Lamont Smith (20-55) Passing: Josh Portis (21-31, 210 yards, 2 TD) Receiving: Chedrick Cherry (5-45, 1 TD), Mike Williams (4-67, 1 TD), Terrance Moore (4-49), Blake Williamson (4-26) Tackles: Brett Diamond (10), Shawn Anderson (9), Rontez Miles (9) Sacks: Anthony Roberts (1), Sam Fikaris (1) Interceptions: Erik Harris (1) Game Notes: IUP had its bid for an upset over No. 12 California in the Coal Bowl end when Marc Domonkos made an overtime field goal and Craig Burgess missed from 42 yards out...the Vulcans tied it on touchdown drives of 82 and 61 yards in the fourth quarter, the latter resulting in a touchdown and two-point conversion with six seconds left...the loss was the first in eight overtime games in school history and gave IUP its first four-game losing streak to a PSAC West school since dropping five in a row to Clarion from 1977-81...Mike Gee had three sacks to give him seven over the past three games.


2010 REVIEW IUP 63 LOCK HAVEN 31 November 6, 2010 Miller Stadium

IUP 27 WEST CHESTER 10 Att: 1,475

Score By Quarters 1 2 3 4 F Lock Haven 7 2 7 15 31 IUP 21 0 21 21 63 Scoring Summary 1st Quarter IUP (10:48) - Mychal Skinner 5 pass from Bo Napoleon (Craig Burgess kick) LHU (7:35) - Jesse Hoover 50 pass from Jarrett Kratzer (Noah Heimer kick) IUP (5:06) - Skinner 30 pass from Napoleon (Burgess kick) IUP (0:05) - Roy-al Edwards 16 run (Burgess kick) 2nd Quarter LHU (8:42) - Safety, Kyle White tackled Harvie Tuck in end zone 3rd Quarter LHU (8:05) - Kratzer 1 run (Heimer kick) IUP (6:05) - Tuck 20 run (Burgess kick) IUP (5:48) - Terrell Washington 33 interception return (Burgess kick) IUP (3:33) - Teddy Blakeman 3 run (Burgess kick) 4th Quarter LHU (14:01) - Jay Hartman 44 pass from Kratzer (Heimer kick) IUP (8:41) - Blakeman 1 run (Burgess kick) LHU (8:16) - Hoover 65 pass from Kratzer (Heimer kick) IUP (3:15) - James Johnson 21 run (Burgess kick) IUP (1:46) - Washington 56 interception return (Burgess kick) Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards Pass Att.-Comp.-Ints. Passing Yards Plays-Total Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Avg. Punt Returns-Avg. Kickoff Returns-Avg. Time of Possession 3rd Down Conversions 4th Down Conversions Sacks By-Yards Lost

IUP LHU 21 21 47-278 36-92 13-6-1 39-17-3 118 280 60-396 75-372 1-0 1-1 12-91 2-22 2-33.0 5-26.8 4-5.8 0-0.0 2-21.0 10-15.3 28:33 31:27 3-8 (37.5) 7-17 (41.2) 1-2 (50.0) 2-3 (66.7) 3-20 0-0

IUP Individual Leaders Rushing: Harvie Tuck (29-190, 1 TD) Passing: Bo Napoleon (6-13, 118 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT) Receiving: Mychal Skinner (3-45, 2 TD) Tackles: Mark Jackson (8), Nate George (8) Sacks: Nate George (2), Terrell Washington (1) Interceptions: Terrell Washington (2), Johnny Franco (1) Lock Haven Individual Leaders Rushing: Brandon Brader (13-63) Passing: Jarrett Kratzer (17-38, 280 yards, 3 TD, 3 INT) Receiving: Jay Hartman (10-150, 1 TD), Jesse Hoover (3-128, 2 TD) Tackles: Kenny Monroe (10) Interceptions: Kenny Monroe (1) Game Notes: IUP snapped a four-game losing streak and gave Lou Tepper his 100th career win...Lock Haven lost for the 31st straight time and 29th in a row to IUP...Harvie Tuck became the 10th player in IUP history to rush for 1,000 yards in a season, finishing the day with 1,002... Terrell Washington had six tackles, a sack, blocked a punt and returned two interceptions for touchdowns to earn PSAC West Defensive Player of the Week honors.

November 13, 2010 Miller Stadium

Att: 2,221

Score By Quarters 1 2 3 4 F West Chester 0 3 7 0 10 IUP 6 7 0 14 27 Scoring Summary 1st Quarter IUP (7:42) - Craig Burgess 32 field goal IUP (2:33) - Burgess 32 field goal 2nd Quarter WCU (13:05) - Shawn Leo 24 field goal IUP (7:37) - Pat Brewer 1 run (Burgess kick) 3rd Quarter WCU (7:16) - D’Andre Webb 1 run (Leo kick) 4th Quarter IUP (9:47) - Darryl Herod 3 run (Burgess kick) IUP (2:09) - Teddy Blakeman 21 run (Burgess kick) Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards Pass Att.-Comp.-Ints. Passing Yards Plays-Total Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Avg. Punt Returns-Avg. Kickoff Returns-Avg. Time of Possession 3rd Down Conversions (36.4) 4th Down Conversions Sacks By-Yards Lost

IUP WCU 19 13 59-307 31-90 11-6-0 21-6-2 29 84 70-336 52-174 0-0 2-1 0-0 6-51 1-34.0 3-47.3 3-19.3 1-0.0 2-24.0 5-25.8 36:08 23:52 7-15 (47.7) 4-11 0-3 (0.0) 0-2 (0.0) 4-38 1-4

IUP Individual Leaders Rushing: Harvie Tuck (21-132), Teddy Blakeman (18-118, 1 TD) Passing: Bo Napoleon (5-9, 27 yards) Receiving: Mychal Skinner (2-20) Tackles: Johnny Franco (5) Sacks: Errol Brewster (2), Johnny Franco (1), Mike Gee (1) Interceptions: Johnny Franco (1), Chris Brown (1) West Chester Individual Leaders Rushing: D’Andre Webb (6-50, 1 TD), Jackson Fagan (15-47) Passing: Sean McCartney (4-14, 54 yards) Receiving: Dan DePalma (4-53) Tackles: Cedric Jeffries (11), Anthony McCloskey (10) Sacks: Kayo Bakare (1) Game Notes: IUP finished with two straight wins to avoid back-to-back losing seasons in what proved to be Lou Tepper’s final game as head coach...West Chester entered the game averaging 29.4 points and 392 yards of total offense... Harvie Tuck finished the year with 1,134 yards and moved into 15th place on the school career rushing list with 1.674...Craig Burgess kicked two field goals to finish his career with 47, third most in PSAC history...his total of 276 kicking points set a school record and was just 11 shy of the PSAC mark held by Mark Brubaker of East Stroudsburg...wide receiver Pat Brewer lined up at quarterback in a wildcat formation several times, the first time IUP used that during the season, and scored on a 1-yard run in the second quarter.

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2010 REVIEW TEAM STATISTICS

IUP OPP SCORING 257 223 Avg. Per Game 23.4 20.3 Touchdowns Scored 30 29 Field Goals Made-Att. 16-22 6-14 PAT Kicks Made-Att. 27-30 23-26 2-Point PAT Made-Att. 0-0 3-3 Defensive PAT 0 0 Safeties 1 1

SCORING BY QUARTERS IUP Opponents

1 2 3 4 OT Total 80 39 50 88 0 257 38 47 45 90 3 223

TD

FG

XP

2PT

DXP

SAF

PTS

Craig Burgess

0

16-22

27-30

0

0

0

75

Teddy Blakeman

7

0

0

0

0

0

42

FIRST DOWNS 170 177 Rushing 107 70 Passing 58 92 Penalty 5 15

Harvie Tuck

4

0

0

0

0

0

24

Mychal Skinner

4

0

0

0

0

0

24

Terrell Washington

3

0

0

0

0

0

18

RUSHING YARDAGE 2084 1225 Attempts 489 385 Yards Gained 2254 1580 Yards Lost 170 355 Avg. Per Rush 4.3 3.2 Avg. Per Game 189.5 111.4 Touchdowns 17 12

Pat Brewer

2

0

0

0

0

0

12

Darryl Herod

2

0

0

0

0

0

12

Roy-al Edwards

2

0

0

0

0

0

12

Nate Morrow

2

0

0

0

0

0

12

Others

4

0

0

0

0

1

26

PASSING YARDAGE 1197 1985 Comp.-Att.-Int. 105-207-14 161-318-13 Avg. Per Pass 5.8 6.2 Avg. Per Completion 11.4 12.3 Avg. Per Game 108.8 180.5 Touchdowns 8 13 TOTAL OFFENSE 3281 3210 Total Plays 696 703 Avg. Per Play 4.7 4.6 Avg. Per Game 298.3 291.8

IUP

30

16-22

27-30

0

0

1

257

Opponents

29

6-14

23-26

3

0

1

223

GP

REC

YDS

AVG

TD

LONG

YDS/G

Mychal Skinner

8

24

417

17.4

4

68

52.1

Javon Rowan

6

12

128

10.7

0

17

21.3

Roy-al Edwards

8

11

137

12.5

0

27

17.1

Ben Simmen

11

10

112

11.2

1

17

10.2

Darryl Herod

11

10

77

7.7

0

17

7.0

Nate Morrow

11

8

84

10.5

2

23

7.6

Pat Brewer

10

8

70

8.8

1

19

7.0

Others

11

22

172

7.8

0

28

15.6

IUP

11

105

1197

11.4

8

68

108.8

Opponents

11

161

1985

12.3

13

68

180.5

PUNTING Punts 52 58 Yards 1788 1963 Avg. Per Punt 34.4 33.8 Net Avg. Per Punt 28.6 28.3 PUNT RETURNS 29 23 Yards 204 240 Avg. Per Return 7.0 10.4 Touchdowns 1 1 KICKOFF RETURNS 33 52 Yards 800 1042 Avg. Per Return 24.2 20.0 Touchdowns 0 0 INTERCEPTION RETURNS 13 14 Yards 251 173 Avg. Per Return 19.3 12.4 Touchdowns 4 2 FUMBLE RETURNS 4 1 Yards 36 68 Avg. Per Return 9.0 68.0 Touchdowns 0 1 PENALTIES 66 65 Yards 591 557 Penalties Per Game 6.0 6.0 Yards Per Game 53.7 50.6 Red Zone Conversions Red Zone Pct. Red Zone Touchdowns 3rd Down Conversions 3rd Down Pct. 4th Down Conversions 4th Down Pct. Fumbles-Lost Time of Possession/Game Sacks By-Yards Lost

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PLAYER

RECEIVING PLAYER

PLAYER

GP

ATT-COMP-INT

TD

PCT

YDS

LONG

Bo Napoleon

11

164-78-14

8

47.6

878

68

79.8

Pat Smith

2

39-25-0

0

64.1

307

46

153.5

IUP

11

207-105-14

8

50.7

1197

68

108.8

Opponents

11

318-161-13

13

50.6

1985

68

180.5

32-39 21-29 82.1% 72.4% 18 17 48-149 57-153 32.2% 37.3% 10-18 8-20 55.6% 40.0% 17-8 26-12 31:54 28:06 31-211 11-56

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YDS/G


2010 REVIEW RUSHING (minimum 50 attempts) PLAYER

GP

ATT

GAINED

LOST

NET

YDS/ATT

TD

LONG

YDS/GAME

Harvie Tuck

10

229

1163

29

1134

5.0

4

44

113.4

Teddy Blakeman

10

117

513

11

502

4.3

7

28

50.2

James Johnson

8

58

262

16

246

4.2

1

24

30.8

IUP

11

489

2254

170

2084

4.3

17

44

189.5

Opponents

11

385

1580

355

1225

3.2

12

69

111.4

TACKLES (25+ total tackles) PLAYER

GP

UT

AT

TOTAL

TFL-YDS

SACKS-YDS

PBU

FR

FF

Mike Katch

11

34

29

63

8-25

2.5-15

1

1

2

Carl Thornton

11

35

25

60

13-65

4.5-32

1

3

2

Mark Jackson

11

32

28

60

6-8

1-2

2

0

1

Mike Gee

11

33

21

54

19-97

9.5-76

0

1

4

Nate George

11

24

29

53

10-29

3.5-18

1

0

0

Jeff Vaughn

7

23

25

48

3-5

1-3

0

0

0

Johnny Franco

11

38

9

47

5-24

1-9

8

1

2

Zach Severance

11

27

13

40

0

0

3

1

0

Tobias Robinson

11

25

9

34

0

0

2

0

0

Daryl Jones

11

21

10

31

3-5

0

0

1

0

Mike Scott

9

16

10

26

2-5

0

6

2

0

KICKOFF RETURNS

INTERCEPTIONS PLAYER

PLAYER

NO

YDS

AVG

TD

LONG

30

Tobias Robinson

24

641

26.7

0

51

2

56

Mike Meriwether

7

143

20.4

0

35

0

30

Ben Simmen

1

13

13.0

0

13

2.0

0

2

Chris Brown

1

3

3.0

0

3

4

4.0

0

4

0

0.0

0

0

13

251

19.3

4

75

IUP

33

800

24.2

0

51

14

173

12.4

2

60

Opponents

52

1042

20.0

0

48

NO

YDS

AVG

TD

LONG

Johnny Franco

4

47

11.8

1

Terrell Washington

2

89

44.5

Mike Scott

2

32

16.0

Mike Meriwether

1

2

Mark Jackson

1

Chris Brown

1

IUP Opponents

PUNTING PLAYER

NO

YDS

AVG

LONG

TB

FC

I20

BLK

Jared Kaufmann

50

1734

34.7

54

2

13

15

0

Craig Burgess

2

54

27.0

31

1

0

1

0

IUP

52

1788

34.4

54

3

13

16

0

Opponents

58

1963

33.8

68

6

6

8

4

PUNT RETURNS PLAYER

NO

YDS

AVG

TD

LONG

Cory Lanterman

10

38

3.8

0

11

Javon Rowan

9

69

7,7

0

32

Ben Simmen

6

35

5.8

0

16

IUP

29

204

7.0

1

32

Opponents

23

240

10.4

1

46

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POSTSEASON HISTORY NCAA DIVISION II PLAYOFFS

Scott Woods

DIVISION II PLAYOFF WINS (1973-2010) North Dakota State* - 30 Northwest Missouri State - 32 Grand Valley State - 28 North Alabama - 28 Pittsburg State - 20 North Dakota* - 18 Carson-Newman - 17 Texas A&M-Kingsville - 17 IUP - 16 UC Davis* - 15 Valdosta State - 15 * No longer in Division II

YEAR SCORE 1987 Central Florida 12, IUP 10 1988 Millersville 27, IUP 24 1989 IUP 34, Grand Valley State 24 IUP 17, Portland State 0 Mississippi College 26, IUP 14 1990 IUP 48, Winston-Salem State 0 IUP 14, Edinboro 7 IUP 27, Mississippi College 8 North Dakota State 51, IUP 11 1991 IUP 56, Virginia Union 7 IUP 52, Shippensburg 7 Jacksonville State 27, IUP 20 1993 IUP 28, Ferris State 21 IUP 38, New Haven 35 IUP 21, North Dakota 6 North Alabama 41, IUP 34 1994 IUP 35, Grand Valley State 27 IUP 21, Ferris State 17 Texas A&M Kingsville 46, IUP 20 1996 Ferris State 24, IUP 23 1998 Shepherd 9, IUP 6 1999 IUP 27, Slippery Rock 20 (OT) IUP 26, Millersville 21 NW Missouri State 20, IUP 12 2000 Northwood 28, IUP 0 2001 Saginaw Valley State 33, IUP 32 2002 IUP 27, Saginaw Valley State 23 Grand Valley State 62, IUP 21 2007 IUP 45, West Chester 35 Shepherd 41, IUP 34

RECORD: 16-14 SITE Orlando, Fla. Indiana, Pa. Grand Rapids, Mich. Portland, Ore. Clinton, Miss. Indiana, Pa. Indiana, Pa. Clinton, Miss. Florence, Ala. Indiana, Pa. Indiana, Pa. Jacksonville, Ala. Indiana, Pa. New Haven, Conn. Indiana, Pa. Florence, Ala. Indiana, Pa. Big Rapids, Mich. Kingsville, Texas Big Rapids, Mich. Indiana, Pa. Slippery Rock, Pa. Millersville, Pa. Maryville, Mo. Midland, Mich. University Center, Mich. Indiana, Pa. Allendale, Mich. West Chester, Pa. Shepherdstown, W.Va.

PSAC CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES DIVISION II PLAYOFF APPEARANCES (1973-2010) UC Davis* - 18 North Dakota State* -17 Pittsburg State - 16 North Alabama - 16 Grand Valley State - 15 Texas A&M-Kingsville - 15 IUP - 14 North Dakota* - 14 Northwest Missouri State - 13 Carson-Newman - 12 * No longer in Division II

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YEAR SCORE 1964 East Stroudsburg 27, IUP 14 1965 East Stroudsburg 26, IUP 10 1985 Bloomsburg 31, IUP 9 1986 IUP 20, West Chester 6 1987 IUP 21, West Chester 9

SITE Indiana, Pa. East Stroudsburg, Pa. Bloomsburg, Pa. Indiana, Pa. West Chester, Pa.

Note: PSAC championship game was discontinued after the 1987 season and resumed in the 2008 season.

1968 BOARDWALK BOWL — DELAWARE 31, IUP 24

Coach Chuck Klausing took IUP into Atlantic City’s Convention Hall as a prohibitive underdog. Bob Tate kicked a field goal with a minute to go to give IUP a 24-23 lead before the Blue Hens completed four pass plays to win.

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PLAYOFF SUMMARIES CENTRAL FLORIDA 12, IUP 10 NOVEMBER 28, 1987 - ORLANDO, FLA. IUP made its playoff debut with a 12-10 loss in the opening round against Central Florida at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando before 15,043 fans, the largest crowd to see the Indians play up to then. The IUP defense held the powerful Central Florida offense in check, surrendering just one touchdown while forcing seven turnovers, including two interceptions each by Kevin McMullan and Dennis Culbertson. John Sandstrom nailed a 30-yard field goal with 9:06 remaining to pull IUP to within 12-10. The Indians forced a pair of turnovers in Golden Knight territory on its next two defensive series, but a missed field goal and an interception denied IUP an opportunity to pull out the victory. IUP was limited to 169 yards of total offense, including 76 rushing yards by Steve Girting. Jim Pehanick was sacked five times and intercepted twice. MILLERSVILLE 27, IUP 24 NOVEMBER 19, 1988 - INDIANA, PA. The first home playoff game ended in disappointment when Millersville scored 10 points in the fourth quarter, including a 34-yard field goal by Luke Hadfield with 42 seconds left, to pull out a 27-24 victory. The rally by Millersville offset an IUP comeback from a 17-0 first quarter deficit. Touchdowns by Steve Girting and Jai Hill pulled IUP to within 17-14 at intermission. A sneak by Jim Pehanick and a John Sandstrom field goal gave the Indians a 24-17 lead. Millersville evened the game with 5:59 left and then drove 52 yards to the Indian 16 before Hadfield hit his game-winning field goal. IUP held a 433-248 edge in total offense. Girting rushed for 106 yards, and Pehanick hit on 17 of 24 passes for 254 yards, with Paul Kovell catching six of those aerials for 109 yards. IUP 34, GRAND VALLEY STATE 24 NOVEMBER 18, 1989 GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. IUP earned its first playoff victory, overcoming snowy conditions and a below zero wind chill for a 34-24 win over the host Lakers. Ken Rock scored three touchdowns on the ground, and Tony Aliucci threw for 224 yards on 13 of 20 passing accuracy to spark the Indians. Jai Hill caught seven passes for 154 yards and a touchdown. Grand Valley State led 17-7 midway through the third quarter. The Indians then steadily took control. Rock scored twice, including a 19-yard run five seconds into the fourth quarter to give IUP its first lead at 20-17. Grand Valley State took lead back at 24-20 with 10:13 left. The IUP offense continued its hot play. Just 40 seconds after falling behind, Aliucci connected with Hill on a 59-yard touchdown pass for a 2724 lead. Rock scored again with 4:16 left to cap a 20-point fourth quarter and seal the victory.

IUP 17, PORTLAND STATE 0 NOVEMBER 25, 1989 - PORTLAND, ORE. For the second straight week, IUP found itself on the road facing inclement weather conditions, and the Indians again overcame both obstacles in a 17-0 win over Portland State to advance to the national semifinals for the first time. The IUP running game was the key to the victory. The Indians controlled the ball for almost 19 minutes after intermission and gained 122 of their game total of 186 rushing yards. Tony Aliucci and Ken Rock scored on the ground to highlight a 14-point IUP third quarter. The IUP defense was outstanding, holding Portland State quarterback Darren Del’Andrae, one of the top passers in the nation, to just 20 completions in 40 attempts for 189 yards. Del’Andrae was sacked three times and picked off another three times, including two by Andy Leopold. The Vikings also lost four fumbles, giving them seven turnovers for the day. Doug Adamrovich led the IUP ground game with 96 yards and Rock added 88 yards. MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE 26, IUP 14 DECEMBER 2, 1989 - CLINTON, MISS. The IUP postseason run ended in the face of a suffocating Mississippi College defense that limited the Indians to just 235 yards of total offense, including seven sacks and four takeaways. The Tony Aliucci-Jai Hill passing tandem was the only thing working for IUP. Hill caught six passes for 131 yards, and Aliucci finished with 15 completions in 28 attempts for 212 yards. Mississippi College built a 10-0 lead in the first quarter. The teams traded touchdowns in the second quarter, with IUP scoring on a run by Ken Rock. An excessive celebration penalty coupled with a 61-yard kickoff return led to a Mississippi College touchdown and a 17-7 halftime lead. Aliucci was sacked in the end zone, and the Choctaws tacked on a touchdown for a 26-7 lead 3:43 into the final period. An eight-yard hookup from Aliucci to Paul Kovell pulled IUP to within 12, but the Indians did not threaten again. IUP 48, WINSTON-SALEM STATE 0 NOVEMBER 17, 1990 - INDIANA, PA. IUP thrilled a Miller Stadium crowd by jumping out to a 21-0 first quarter lead, and the issue was never in doubt as the Indians smashed the Rams 48-0 for their first postseason win at home. The Indians piled up 592 yards of total offense with Ken Rock spearheading a 332-yard rushing attack with 165 yards on only 13 carries. Tony Aliucci threw for 208 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Paul Kovell was the leading receiver with four catches for 95 yards. The Indian defense also shined, registering its fourth shutout of the season. IUP scored on its second possession of the game on a 37-yard touchdown pass from Aliucci to Johnny White. Touchdown runs by Doug Adamrovich and Michael Mann capped the first quarter onslaught.

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IUP 14, EDINBORO 7 NOVEMBER 24, 1990 - INDIANA, PA. After an easy win over Winston-Salem State in the opening round, IUP found itself in a defensive struggle the following week against PSAC West rival Edinboro at Miller Stadium. The Indians managed only two second quarter touchdowns, but that was enough for a 14-7 victory and a second straight trip to the semifinals. Bill Fegley rushed for a career-high 159 yards while Tony Aliucci threw for 146 yards. Lester Frye had his second 100-yard rushing game of the season against the Indians, gaining 152. The defense held Edinboro quarterback Hal Galupi to 102 yards, intercepted him three times and made four sacks, including two each by Terry Howell and Ed Kachmarek. Galupi passed for 351 yards in the regular season meeting. After two scoring threats failed in the first quarter, Aliucci threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to Johnny White. On the next possession, Aliucci hit Jai Hill on a 41-yard play to set up his own one-yard sneak and a 14-0 cushion at halftime. Two third quarter drives by Edinboro ended with interceptions before the Fighting Scots scored their only touchdown on a pass from Galupi to Ernest Priester with just 1:29 remaining. IUP 27, MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE 8 DECEMBER 1, 1990 - CLINTON, MISS. One year after losing in the semifinals at Mississippi College, IUP turned the tables on the host Choctaws, winning 27-8 to advance to the Division II title contest for the first time. For the first 30 minutes it looked like a repeat of the previous season when IUP managed only 140 yards and trailed 8-7. The Indians scored on a 31-yard pass from Tony Aliucci to Jai Hill. IUP took control of the contest at the outset of the second half. Fred McAfee fumbled the opening kickoff, and Rob Grims kicked a 22-yard field goal to give IUP the lead at 10-8. The Indians caught another special teams break when Jimmy Herzog fumbled away a punt at the Choctaw 44. A four-yard touchdown run by Michael Mann gave IUP a 17-8 advantage. The Indians put the game away with an 80yard drive that culminated in a 24-yard scoring strike from Aliucci to Hill with 10:22 left. Aliucci hit on 12 of 20 passes for 184 yards with Hill finishing with five catches for 117 yards. NORTH DAKOTA STATE 51, IUP 11 DECEMBER 8, 1990 - FLORENCE, ALA. DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP After battling powerful North Dakota State evenly for the first 30 minutes, IUP fell under the weight of an offensive explosion as the Indians dropped a 51-11 decision in the title game. North Dakota State turned in one of the top statistical performances against IUP. The Bison totals of 448 rushing yards and 627 in total offense both rank second for any IUP opponent. Chris Simdorn and Tony Satter led the way. Simdorn accounted for 324 yards, including 145 on the ground and 179 through the air. Three of his four completions went for touchdowns. Satter

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PLAYOFF SUMMARIES on the ground and 179 through the air. Three of his four completions went for touchdowns. Satter rushed for 174 yards. The Bison led just 14-11 at halftime. IUP stayed close on a 42-yard field goal by John Jaworski that opened the scoring and a 13-yard touchdown pass from Tony Aliucci to Johnny White with 46 seconds left before the break. North Dakota State turned a three-point lead into a 44-11 bulge after a 30-point third quarter. The Bison defense held IUP to only 143 yards of total offense, including a mere 48 in the second half. Aliucci was sacked seven times while throwing for just 75 yards. IUP 56, VIRGINIA UNION 7 NOVEMBER 23, 1991 - INDIANA, PA. Undefeated and top-ranked IUP raced to a 49-0 halftime lead as the Indians crushed Virginia Union 56-7 in the opening round. The Indians had 573 yards of total offense and 31 first downs and the defense forced nine turnovers, including three picks by Reece Brown. IUP scored on its first five possessions, including a pair of touchdown runs by Jay Murray. A 31yard pass from Tony Aliucci to Jai Hill just 1:04 into the game started the IUP scoring. The Indians also got first half touchdowns on runs by Michael Mann and Charles Peoples, a 30-yard interception return by Tomar Taylor and a 27-yard pass from backup quarterback Scott Woods to Johnny White. Mann rushed for 103 yards to lead a 231-yard ground game. Aliucci hit 10 of 12 passes for 180 yards and Woods threw for 162 yards. IUP 52, SHIPPENSBURG 7 NOVEMBER 30, 1991 - INDIANA, PA. The IUP offensive juggernaut continued to roll with a 52-7 destruction of PSAC West rival Shippensburg, earning the Indians a third straight berth in the semifinals. IUP shredded the Raider defense for 507 yards with a balanced attack that featured 228 yards on the ground and 279 through the air. Shippensburg managed just 174 total yards, and the IUP defense recorded five sacks. Michael Mann rushed for 105 yards and two touchdowns. Tony Aliucci completed 13 of 19 for 245 yards and two scores. Jai Hill caught four passes for 106 yards. The Indians wasted little time in building a big lead. John Jaworski capped the first drive with a 27-yard field goal before IUP scored touchdowns on each of its next four possessions. A scoring pass from Aliucci to Hill, a touchdown run by Mann and a pair of one-yard dives by Jay Murray gave the Indians a 29-0 lead just 1:07 into the second quarter. JACKSONVILLE STATE 27, IUP 20 DECEMBER 7, 1991 - JACKSONVILLE, ALA. IUP suffered its lone loss of the season, falling in the semifinals to undefeated Jacksonville State. The 27-20 defeat marked the only time the Indians allowed more than 20 points all year. Tony Aliucci sustained a concussion in the sec-

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ond quarter but was able to return to throw an eight-yard touchdown pass to Jai Hill, giving IUP a 6-3 lead. However, Aliucci was unable to continue, and backup Scott Woods took over. Jacksonville State built a 20-6 halftime lead. Nickey Edmondson threw a 47-yard touchdown pass to Eric Powell and then scored himself in a 17-point second quarter. IUP pulled within 20-13 when Michael Mann went in from 25 yards out in the fourth quarter. Mann finished with one of the top rushing performances in IUP playoff history with 190 yards. Edmondson had his second rushing touchdown to give Jacksonville State a 27-13 lead. Woods tossed a four-yard touchdown pass to Hill to make it 27-20 with 1:41 remaining, but the ensuing onside kick by went out of bounds. IUP 28, FERRIS STATE 21 NOVEMBER 20, 1993 - INDIANA, PA. After seeing its run of five straight years in the playoffs end in 1992, IUP returned with a vengeance, rolling through the regular season undefeated while outscoring its opponents 417-137. The playoffs looked like it would be more of the same. After falling behind 7-0 in the first quarter, IUP erupted for 28 unanswered points and took a 21-point lead into the final stanza. Mike Campolo tied it on a one-yard run, and Scott Woods hit Scott McClellan as the Indians went to halftime ahead 14-7. Another one-yard plunge by Campolo and a five-yard pass from Woods to Theo Turner gave IUP a 28-7 cushion. But Bill Love threw his second and third touchdown passes of the game, including a nine-yarder to Frank Koutsopoules with 1:08 remaining. Ferris State had one last chance, but a bomb from Love to Tim Kehoe was tipped by John Stuart and fell incomplete as the clock ran out. Woods completed 16 of 27 for 200 yards while Michael Mann rushed for 127 yards. Love threw for 258 yards but was sacked six times, including twice each by Mike Callahan and Isaac Fields. IUP 38, NEW HAVEN 35 NOVEMBER 27, 1993 - NEW HAVEN, CONN. In one of the most exciting games in IUP history, Scott Woods and Michael Mann sparked IUP to a 38-35 win over New Haven and a berth in the semifinals. Woods completed 21 of 35 for 266 yards and two touchdowns, with JeMone Smith catching 10 for 122 yards. Mann rushed for 192 yards, including 130 as part of a second half Indian rally. New Haven responded behind Harlon Hill winner Roger Graham, who rushed for 173 yards and three scores. The passing game was also effective, with Jim Weir throwing for 230 yards. IUP struck first on a six-yard run by Mike Campolo before Graham scored on runs of five, 14 and 14 yards, the last boosting New Haven into a 21-7 second quarter. The teams traded touchdowns in the final minute of the half, and New Haven led 28-14. IUP then took command. A one-yard score by Campolo and six-yard pass from Woods to JeMone Smith tied the game. IUP took the lead

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when Woods launched a 72-yard touchdown pass to Derrick Smith late in the third quarter. New Haven drove to the IUP two, but on fourth down Weir tripped, losing three yards. The ensuing 85-yard drive ended with Mike Geary hitting a 27-yard field goal for a 38-28 lead. Livingston scored on a 19-yard run, but the Chargers would not get the ball back as IUP posted three first downs on its final drive while running out the clock. IUP 21, NORTH DAKOTA 6 DECEMBER 4, 1993 - INDIANA, PA. Playing in a steady rain undefeated IUP reached the national championship game for the second time in four years, scoring all 21 points in the first half in a 21-6 victory over North Dakota. Scott Woods threw second quarter touchdown strikes of 10 yards to Derrick Smith and eight yards to Scott McClellan as part of a 171-yard passing day on 19 of 27 accuracy. Michael Mann opened the scoring with a four-yard run on IUP’s first possession. Following the Mann touchdown, North Dakota drove to the IUP five before Darcy Dahlem misfired on a 22-yard field goal attempt. The Fighting Sioux would not move into Indian territory again until their final drive of the game. The Fighting Sioux, who gained just 202 yards of total offense, ended IUP’s shutout bid just 27 seconds before the final gun when Clay Wagner hit Josh Ostby on a 24-yard touchdown pass. NORTH ALABAMA 41, IUP 34 DECEMBER 11, 1993 - FLORENCE, ALA. DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP A pair of 13-0 teams hooked up for the championship, and the 15,631 fans at Braly Municipal Stadium, North Alabama’s home field, and an ESPN audience were treated to one of the best games in Division II history. IUP rallied from a 34-24 deficit with 10 points in the last two minutes, but Lion quarterback Cody Gross led a 69-yard drive in the final 45 seconds, scoring from one-yard out with 10 seconds left to give North Alabama a 41-34 victory. IUP trailed 14-3 before running off 21 straight points for a 24-14 lead. Scott Woods, who completed 20 of 37 passes for 299 yards, connected with Scott McClellan to cut the deficit to four at halftime. Touchdown passes to Dan Glass and Theo Turner gave the Indians a 10-point lead. North Alabama then embarked on a 27-point fourth quarter, taking the lead on a touchdown run by Brian Satterfield. Satterfield, who rushed for 180 yards, scored from 20 yards out, and North Alabama led 34-24 with 3:17 remaining. IUP responded with a one-yard run by Michael Mann with 1:54 left. Jack Creech recovered an onside kick, and IUP tied it on Mike Geary’s 34yard field goal before the Lions went on their winning drive.


PLAYOFF SUMMARIES ground by North Alabama. Mann was the top ball carrier for IUP with 109 yards. IUP 35, GRAND VALLEY STATE 27 NOVEMBER 19, 1994 - INDIANA, PA. IUP ran off 21 straight points after falling behind in the third quarter to post a 35-27 win over Grand Valley State. Dennis Robinson rushed for 194 yards and scored four touchdowns, including two in the second quarter to give IUP a 14-3 lead. Ken Ferguson passed for 162 yards for the Indians. Grand Valley State made it 14-10 when Kwame McKinnon threw a touchdown pass to Youseff Sareini. McKinnon passed for 197 yards but was sacked five times, twice by Mike Marshall. A touchdown run by Scott Kuderick and a field goal by Will Sanders in the third quarter gave the Lakers a 20-14 lead. The Indians responded with a four-yard Robinson run and a 21-20 lead. A 62-yard touchdown pass from Ferguson to Taun Henderson and a 20-yard run by Robinson put IUP up by 15. Darnell Jamison, who rushed for 129 yards for the Lakers, scored on a three-yard run, but IUP recovered the onside kick and ran out the clock. IUP 21, FERRIS STATE 17 NOVEMBER 26, 1994 - BIG RAPIDS, MICH. IUP stormed out to a 21-0 halftime lead and held on for a 21-17 victory and a fifth trip to the semifinals in the past six seasons. Dennis Robinson rushed for 127 yards, his 10th 100-yard game of the season, and his five-yard run with 24 seconds left in the first quarter gave IUP a 7-0 lead. Steve Russell completed 10 of 17 passes for 192 yards and threw two second quarter touchdown passes. Russell heaved a 77-yarder to Mario Hardison and connected with Darin Henigin from 26 yards out for a 21-0 cushion. IUP held a 284-48 edge in total offense in the first half but Ferris State, led by quarterback Bill Love, turned the tables on the Indians in the final 30 minutes, gaining 246 yards to 107 for IUP. A Tyree Dye touchdown run and a scoring pass from Love to Dye made it 21-14 in the third quarter. Love, who completed 14 of 17 passes for 175 yards in the second half, hit Ray Wilson on a 51yard bomb that set up a 30-yard field goal by Jason Lipke to make it 21-17 with 9:56 left. Ferris State had two more chances but could not manage a first down on either possession. TEXAS A&M KINGSVILLE 46, IUP 20 DECEMBER 3, 1994 - KINGSVILLE, TEXAS IUP ran into the fastest team it had seen in recent memory, and the result was a dominating performance by the host Javelinas in a 46-20 national semifinal loss for the Indians. Lester Young rushed for 201 yards and Dexter Deese picked up 147 as Kingsville rolled up 472 yards on the ground and 659 in total offense, both single game records for an IUP opponent. The Javelinas outgained IUP 400-69 in the first half and had a 33-7 lead when the teams went to

the locker room. Kingsville led 27-0 before the Indians got on the scoreboard after recovering a fumble at the Javelina nine. Mike Campolo scored from the one two plays later, but Kingsville came right back on a 34-yard touchdown pass from Joe Menchaca to Karl Williams. Ken Ferguson threw touchdown passes of 24 yards to Dennis Robinson and 44 yards to Mario Hardison in the second half. Ferguson completed 13 of 29 passes for 172 yards, including eight for 113 yards to Hardison, and Robinson rushed for 80 yards. FERRIS STATE 24, IUP 23 NOVEMBER 23, 1996 - BIG RAPIDS, MICH. Ferris State rallied from a 23-0 third quarter deficit for a stunning 24-23 victory. Matt McCarthy threw for 232 yards and two touchdowns in the second half to lead Ferris State back. McCarthy hit Ray Wilson on a 34yard gain to set up a two-yard touchdown run by Chris Pulliams with 15 seconds remaining, and Doc Proctor’s extra point capped the comeback. IUP led 16-0 at halftime and went up 23-0 in the third quarter when Terry Throm found Mario Hardison on a 50-yard bomb. But Ferris State made it 23-10 McCarthy threw a six-yard touchdown pass to Jermaine Bell and Proctor kicked a 42-yard field goal. Ferris State struck again on an 89-yard bomb from McCarthy to Bell, slicing the lead to 23-17. IUP drove to the Ferris State 29, but Throm was intercepted by Kelly Snell. The Bulldogs then went on the game-winning, 80-yard drive. Throm completed 18 of 29 for 272 yards and hit Hardison six times for 125 yards and three scores. James Suber rushed for 121 yards. SHEPHERD 9, IUP 6 NOVEMBER 21, 1998 - INDIANA, PA. IUP won 10 of 11 games entering its opening round game against Shepherd. But the offense was stymied, and a special teams play in the last two minutes spelled doom for the hosts. The Rams held IUP scoreless until the waning moments and were clinging to a 7-0 lead. The Indians then caught a break when a 22-yard punt by Alan Mullendore set IUP up at the Ram 35. Paul Failla connected with Chad Ames on a 23-yard score. But Chanse Twyman blocked the extra point attempt by Jay Glymph, and James Rooths raced 85 yards for the defensive PAT to give the Rams a 9-6 edge. Chad Jamison recovered the onside kick at the Indian 44, and IUP moved to the Shepherd 37, but four straight incompletions ended the game. Shepherd All-America tailback Damian Beane led the Rams with 173 yards. IUP 27, SLIPPERY ROCK 20 (OT) NOVEMBER 20, 1999 - SLIPPERY ROCK, PA. IUP began postseason play at Slippery Rock in what turned out to be one of the biggest wins in school history. IUP dropped a 52-14 regular season decision to Slippery Rock at Miller Stadium, and The Rock

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entered the game ranked second in the nation. It appeared late in the game that Slippery Rock would again emerge victorious. After trailing 137, The Rock scored 10 straight points and led by four when they took over with 10:15 remaining. Slippery Rock took seven minutes off the clock and marched to the IUP five. But the Indians held The Rock a 22-yard field goal by Morgan Anderson that made it only a seven-point game. The defensive stand paid off. A 46-yard pass from Brian Eyerman to John Jones and a roughing penalty led to an 18-yard connection from Eyerman to Carmelo Ocasio with 2:10 left. Tailback Aamir Dew scampered 25 yards for a touchdown on the first play of overtime to give IUP the lead. Jet Tindell then picked off a Randy McKavish pass in the end zone for the win. Terrance Wilson scored both IUP touchdowns in the first half, and Eyerman completed 19 of 36 passes for 252 yards. IUP 26, MILLERSVILLE 21 NOVEMBER 27, 1999 - MILLERSVILLE, PA. For the second straight week, IUP met a team it had lost to during the regular season and again the Indians gained revenge, downing Millersville 26-21 to advance to the semifinals for the first time since 1994. The Indians came out hot with Terrance Wilson, who tied an IUP playoff record with 195 rushing yards, ripping off a 73-yard run that led to a sixyard touchdown pass from Brian Eyerman to Quintin Biddings and an early 7-0 lead. On IUP’s next possession, Jeremy Boland kicked a 30-yard field goal for a 10-0 lead just nine seconds into the second quarter. Millersville rebounded behind Drew Folmar to score touchdowns on its next two drives go ahead 14-10. Folmar completed 25 of 55 passes for 342 yards but was intercepted five times. Foxworth caught 11 passes for 141 yards. IUP retook the lead on the first play of the fourth quarter on an 11-yard pass from Eyerman to John Jones. Jon Pankake grabbed his second interception, and Boland kicked a 20-yard field goal for a 20-14 IUP lead. The issue was decided when Jet Tindell grabbed a Folmar pass and returned it 65 yards for a touchdown to give IUP a 26-14 lead with 8:37 left. NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE 20, IUP 12 DECEMBER 4, 1999 - MARYVILLE, MO. After being held scoreless until the third quarter, IUP rallied to take a 12-7 fourth quarter lead against defending champion Northwest Missouri State before falling to the Bearcats 20-12. The Bearcats wasted several scoring chances and led only 7-0 on a four-yard pass from Travis Miles to Ryan George in the second quarter. IUP got back in it when Terrance Wilson went in from one yard out. The extra point failed, but the Indians trailed only 7-6. The Indians went ahead two minutes into the

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PLAYOFF SUMMARIES A 33-yard David Purnell field goal pulled Northwest to within 12-10 before the Bearcats got the biggest break of the game. Aamir Dew fumbled the kickoff, and Tony Sly recovered at the IUP 19, leading to a 35-yard field goal by Purnell. Scott Courter recovered a fumble in the end zone to give the Bearcats their final margin. David Jansen rushed for 221 yards, and Miles hit 20 of 30 passes for 235 yards. Eyerman completed 16 of 33 passes for 202 yards but was sacked four times. NORTHWOOD 28, IUP 0 NOVEMBER 18, 2000 - MIDLAND, MICH. IUP dug itself a 14-0 hole, and the Indians could not recover in a 28-0 loss to Northwood. The shutout was the first for IUP since a 37-0 loss to Edinboro in 1989. Aamir Dew toted the pigskin an IUP playoff record 41 times for 178 yards. Matt Jackson returned the opening kickoff 96 yards for a quick Northwood touchdown. IUP had chances in the second and third quarters, but Josh Telenko missed a 34-yard field goal try, and Tink Stennett fumbled at the Northwood one. Stennett started at quarterback for the third straight game after Brian Eyerman broke his arm against Clarion. Still leading 7-0 Northwood took advantage of a bad snap from Anthony Tocco on a punt to take over at the IUP one. Jason Martin snuck in to give the Timberwolves a 14-0 lead. Northwood tacked on two late scores, including a 73-yard interception return by Gary Tisdale. SAGINAW VALLEY STATE 33, IUP 32 NOVEMBER 17, 2001 UNIVERSITY CENTER, MICH. Quarterback Matt LaFleur found the end zone with 1:27 remaining in the game to cap a 98-yard drive and a 26-point second half comeback for Saginaw Valley State in a 33-32 victory. The Indians had one last chance to pull out the win, but Isaac Crawford picked off a Brian Eyerman pass with 57 seconds left. Eyerman hit 23 of 31 passes for 407 yards and touchdowns of 30 yards to Pat Liebert and nine and 52 to Carmelo Ocasio, who had 10 catches for 207 yards. Aamir Dew rushed for 108 yards, including scoring runs of five and two yards in the first half, which ended with IUP up 32-7. The IUP offense rolled up 574 yards and the Indians did not punt, but were done in by five turnovers, including three Eyerman interceptions and a fumble by Dew in the fourth quarter. LaFleur completed 25 of 41 passes for 328 yards and four touchdowns, including three to Ruvell Martin. Martin had two second half touchdowns, the second pulling Saginaw within 12. LaFleur hit Glenn Martinez for an eight-yard touchdown to make it 32-27 with 11:12 remaining. IUP mounted two drives inside the Cardinal 25, but the Indians turned the ball over on downs and Eyerman was intercepted by T.J. Alston at

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the Saginaw two. The Cardinals marched 98 yards for the winning touchdown. IUP 27, SAGINAW VALLEY STATE 23 NOVEMBER 23, 2002 - INDIANA, PA. Playing its first postseason game at home since 1998, IUP rallied from a 13-6 halftime deficit for a 27-23 victory over Saginaw Valley State. Brian Eyerman completed 23 of 32 passes for 377 yards. Carmelo Ocasio had eight catches for 126 yards, and LeRon McCoy added five for 116 yards, including a 43-yard touchdown early in the third quarter that tied the game at 13. Matt LeFleur hit 15 of 26 passes for 217 yards and a touchdown for the Cardinals while Keath Bartynski rushed for 127 yards. Josh Telenko and Eric Houle both had two field goals in the first half, and a touchdown pass from Mark Radlinski to Glenn Martinez gave the Cardinals their seven-point halftime lead. After tying the game, IUP got the ball back when Jamien Harvey recovered a fumble at the Cardinal 12. Eyerman threw a touchdown pass to Pat Liebert to give IUP the lead. Saginaw tied it when Martinez hauled in a 58yard scoring strike from LaFleur, but IUP took the lead right back when Aaron Cochran went in from six yards out with 13:34 remaining in the game. A field goal by Houle made it 27-23. The Cardinals last drive ended when time expired after a completion to Bartynski at the IUP 27. GRAND VALLEY STATE 62, IUP 21 NOVEMBER 30, 2002 - ALLENDALE, MICH. En route to the national championship, Grand Valley State rolled to a 62-21 victory over IUP in the Northeast Region championship game. Reggie Spearmon scored four first half touchdowns to lead Grand Valley to a 50-7 halftime lead. The Lakers scored on each of its seven possessions in the opening 30 minutes and also added a touchdown on a recovery of a blocked punt. All-America quarterback Curt Anes passed for 191 yards and a 15-yard touchdown pass to Brent Lesniak that started the scoring onslaught just 2:37 into the game. Lesniak led the Laker ground game with 125 yards while Spearmon gained 112 yards as Grand Valley piled up 291 rushing yards. Elice Parker ran for 101 yards for IUP, but 70 yards came on a touchdown run in the third quarter. Brian Eyerman had touchdown strikes of 38 yards to J.R. Thomas in the first quarter and four yards to LeRon McCoy in the third. The 62 total points and 50 points in the first half are both the most ever allowed by IUP. IUP 45, WEST CHESTER 35 NOVEMBER 17, 2007 - WEST CHESTER, PA. In its first postseason game in five years, IUP scored 18 unanswered points in the final 10:37 to rally past West Chester 45-35. Poohbear McNeal rushed for 80 yards and two touchdowns, including a one-yard run with 2:35 remaining that gave IUP the lead for the first time at 42-35.

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West Chester quarterback Bill Zwaan fumbled on the first play of the ensuing drive when he was sacked by Rob Plowman, his second sack of the game, and Matt McNelis kicked a 33-yard field goal with two minutes left. Andrew Krewatch completed 16 of 31 passes for 241 yards and two touchdowns while also scoring once on the ground. His 23-yard touchdown pass to Ken Witter and 11-yard run wiped out an early 14-0 West Chester lead. Both teams scored two touchdowns in the third quarter, with IUP scoring on a 79-yard kickoff return by Anthony Rodriguez and a two-yard run by McNeal. But a missed extra point left IUP one down entering the fourth quarter Trailing by eight, IUP scored on a four-yard pass from Krewatch to Mychal Skinner. IUP forced a punt and then marched 72 yards for the winning score. After the Crimson Hawks made it 45-35, Terrence Jackson, who had 15 tackles, intercepted Zwaan to clinch the win. Witter had 10 receptions for 135 yards. Osagie Osunde had 117 rushing yards for the Golden Rams while Zwaan threw for 230 yards but was sacked three times and had four interceptions. SHEPHERD 41, IUP 34 NOVEMBER 24, 2007 - SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.VA. Andrew Krewatch and Ken Witter enjoyed record setting statistical afternoons, but in the end it was IUP mistakes that proved the difference in a 41-34 loss to Shepherd. Krewatch completed 34 of 49 passes for 378 yards and four touchdowns, tying a 22-year-old school record for completions while posting the fifth highest yardage total in IUP history. Witter finished with 13 catches for 176 yards and tied the school mark by catching each of Krewatch’s four touchdowns. The 13 receptions is an IUP postseason record, and he became the first player in school history with at least 10 catches in three straight games. But the Crimson Hawks had four turnovers, missed a pair of kicks and allowed a pair of 100-yard rushers, including 117 yards and three touchdowns by backup tailback Jimmy Sutch. Still, IUP had a chance after an 11-yard touchdown pass from Krewatch to Witter with 52 seconds left. But Bobby Humphries recovered an onside kick to clinch the win for the Rams. IUP trailed by 14 points four times and was behind 34-20 when Witter made a juggling catch and scored on a 59-yard pass play to make it a seven-point game. Sutch went in from 20 yards out to rebuild the Shepherd lead to 41-27 before the Crimson Hawks threatened at the end. Shepherd All-America tailback Dervon Wallace rushed for 136 yards while the Ram defense held the Crimson Hawks to 72 yards on the ground. Mychal Skinner added eight catches for 104 yards for IUP.


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1927 (4-4) 0 Muskingum 12 St. Vincent 0 Edinboro 24 Lock Haven 0 California 52 Clarion 0 Slippery Rock 7 Kent State 1928 (3-4) 0 St. Vincent 25 Clarion 6 California 32 Lock Haven 0 Slippery Rock 0 Kent State 0 Edinboro

13 Shippensburg 6 6 1936 (4-2-1) 16 0 Lock Haven 0 0 Slippery Rock 18 15 Edinboro 0 26 Bloomsburg 38 26 Clarion 0 20 California 0 Shippensburg

0 10 6 7 0 0 14

1937 (6-1-1) 41 Clarion 7 Lock Haven 26 Bloomsburg 31 Edinboro 7 Slippery Rock 25 Mansfield 19 California 7 Shippensburg

0 26 6 0 6 0 0 7

1938 (3-4) 7 Lock Haven 26 Bloomsburg 13 Edinboro 6 Slippery Rock 0 Mansfield 13 Shippensburg 12 Clarion

10 6 0 33 6 27 0

1939 (4-2-2) 0 Lock Haven 33 Bloomsburg 20 Edinboro 0 Slippery Rock 7 Mansfield 12 Clarion 19 California 12 Shippensburg

7 0 0 13 6 12 6 12

1940 (7-0-1) 16 Lock Haven 33 Bloomsburg 25 Edinboro 15 Slippery Rock 14 Mansfield 14 Clarion 33 California 0 Shippensburg

6 0 0 6 0 12 0 0

1941 (4-2) 26 Mansfield 33 Edinboro 13 Slippery Rock 0 West Chester 12 Clarion 0 Shippensburg

6 13 0 26 0 9

1942 (5-3) 7 Lock Haven 14 Slippery Rock 14 Waynesburg 0 at St. Vincent 0 at West Chester 25 at Clarion 33 Mansfield # 33 at Shippensburg

21 0 7 20 20 0 0 7

25 0 0 6 27 13 28

1929 (4-3) 0 Waynesburg 33 Clarion 12 California 8 Edinboro 0 Slippery Rock 21 Kent State 0 St. Vincent

6 0 7 0 6 0 38

1930 (3-2-1) 0 Slippery Rock 0 Fairmont State 33 Clarion 0 Edinboro 8 California 6 Shippensburg

24 0 0 27 6 0

1931 (4-2-2) 7 Lock Haven 7 Fairmont State 12 West Chester 12 Clarion 26 Edinboro 0 Slippery Rock 0 California 6 Shippensburg

7 0 7 0 0 26 0 7

1932 (5-3) 12 Lock Haven 19 Clarion 0 West Chester 10 Edinboro 7 Fairmont State 0 Slippery Rock 8 California 6 Shippensburg

0 7 6 0 6 6 9 0

1933 (4-2) 28 Clarion 8 Lock Haven 24 Bloomsburg 18 Edinboro 0 Fairmont State 0 California

0 6 6 0 6 7

1934 (6-0) 13 Lock Haven 33 Edinboro 14 Bloomsburg 14 Clarion 41 California 13 Shippensburg

6 0 2 2 7 0

1935 (5-3) 0 Geneva 0 Lock Haven 3 Slippery Rock 0 Bloomsburg 33 Clarion 54 Edinboro 17 California

6 27 0 6 0 0 6

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NO GAMES PLAYED IN 1943 AND 1944 DUE TO WORLD WAR II 1945 (0-2) 0 Slippery Rock 26 0 Wash. & Jefferson 6 1946 (5-3) 20 St. Vincent 6 at Slippery Rock 6 at California

7 7 18

33 13 27 13 32

Fairmont State # at Lock Haven Clarion at Mansfield Shippensburg

7 0 14 25 7

1947 (3-3-2) 0 at St. Vincent 6 Slippery Rock 27 California 13 Fairmont State 7 Lock Haven # 38 at Clarion 7 Mansfield 6 at Shippensburg

7 24 7 7 7 7 31 6

1948 (1-7) 0 St. Vincent 0 at Mansfield 12 at California 33 Edinboro # 20 at Slippery Rock 0 Clarion 0 at Lock Haven 18 Shippensburg

25 27 14 6 26 33 34 28

1949 (4-4-1) 0 at St. Vincent 14 Mansfield 7 California # 20 at Edinboro 6 Slippery Rock 13 at Clarion 33 Lock Haven 6 at Shippensburg 19 Steubenville

26 0 27 6 6 19 6 40 0

1950 (4-4-1) 13 at Kutztown 28 at Mansfield 20 at California 20 Edinboro # 16 at Slippery Rock 6 Clarion 0 at Lock Haven 6 Shippensburg 0 Bloomsburg

13 14 0 7 7 13 13 7 12

1951 (5-3-1, 3-1-1 PSAC West) 14 Kutztown 7 Mansfield 13 California # 20 at Edinboro 12 Slippery Rock 0 at Clarion 28 Lock Haven 0 at Shippensburg 0 at Bloomsburg

0 0 6 20 7 6 7 9 20

1952 (4-4, 1-4 PSAC West) 12 at Geneva 0 26 Thiel 0 19 at California 28 7 Edinboro # 0 6 at Slippery Rock 32 12 Clarion 21 19 at Lock Haven 20 21 St. Francis 20 1953 (4-4, 3-2 PSAC West) 7 Geneva 0 6 at Thiel 14 28 California # 20 14 at Edinboro 7 0 Slippery Rock 14 13 at Clarion 41 25 Lock Haven 0 0 at St. Francis 7

1954 (5-3, 3-2 PSAC West) 0 at Geneva 6 26 Grove City 0 7 at California 18 28 Edinboro # 13 32 at Slippery Rock 7 20 Clarion 10 0 at Lock Haven 7 40 St. Vincent 7 1955 (3-5, 3-2 PSAC West) 0 Geneva 6 7 at Ball State 13 14 California # 7 19 at Edinboro 0 13 Slippery Rock 25 7 at Clarion 27 13 Lock Haven 0 6 at St.Vincent 7 1956 (5-4, 4-1 PSAC West) 20 St. Vincent 7 0 Ball State 26 6 at California 0 14 Edinboro # 6 19 at Slippery Rock 30 31 Clarion 0 39 at Lock Haven 21 7 Westminster 54 6 at Geneva 31 1957 (3-6, 2-2 PSAC West) 0 at St. Vincent 40 0 at Ohio 50 14 California 13 0 Slippery Rock # 7 13 at Carnegie Mellon 19 0 Lock Haven 26 6 at Westminster 20 15 Geneva 6 14 at Clarion 7 1958 (5-3, 4-1 PSAC West) 0 at California 13 27 Edinboro 0 13 at Slippery Rock 0 21 Carnegie Mellon # 0 17 at Lock Haven 7 7 Westminster 34 14 at Geneva 20 13 Clarion 6 1959 (3-4-1, 1-3-1 PSAC West) 7 California 14 at Edinboro 7 Slippery Rock # 27 at Case Tech 19 Lock Haven 6 at Westminster 13 Geneva 0 at Clarion

18 19 34 12 0 0 19 0

1960 (2-4-2, 0-3-2 PSAC West) 14 at California 20 Westminster 14 Edinboro # 14 at Slippery Rock 3 Clarion 7 at Lock Haven 0 at Geneva 20 East Stroudsburg

33 7 14 14 19 14 19 7

1961 (2-7, 1-4 PSAC West) 6 at East Carolina 19 7 California 13 7 at Westminster 19 7 at Edinboro 33 14 Slippery Rock # 7

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6 19 0 37

at Clarion Lock Haven Geneva Case Tech

17 40 6 6

1962 (5-2-1, 4-1-1 PSAC West) 7 at Shippensburg 13 6 Westminster 7 14 at Edinboro 0 14 Juniata # 6 17 at Clarion 10 21 at Slippery Rock 6 14 California 14 28 Lock Haven 0 1963 (7-1-1, 5-1 PSAC West) 22 at Saint Joseph’s (Ind.) 6 39 Shippensburg 21 13 at Westminster 13 41 Edinboro 7 17 at Albright 14 34 Clarion # 0 7 Slippery Rock 10 7 at California 0 27 at Lock Haven 6 1964 (8-2, 6-0 PSAC West) PSAC West Champions 26 Frederick 14 14 at Shippensburg 0 27 Geneva 13 31 at Edinboro 7 13 Waynesburg # 19 18 at Clarion 7 34 at Slippery Rock 13 26 California 13 6 Lock Haven 0 PSAC Championship Game 14 East Stroudsburg 27 1965 (7-3, 5-1 PSAC West) PSAC West Champions 14 at Ball State 26 20 at Geneva 19 46 Shippensburg 7 6 Edinboro # (forfeit win) 10 57 at Ferris State 0 9 Clarion 18 14 Slippery Rock 7 43 at California 27 50 at Lock Haven 21 PSAC Championship Game 10 at East Stroudsburg 26 1966 (7-2) 7 Ball State 28 Geneva 14 at Shippensburg 14 at Edinboro 44 Ferris State # 13 at Clarion 21 at Slippery Rock 24 California 14 Lock Haven

20 7 13 0 6 27 0 0 6

1967 (8-1) 16 Delaware State 9 at Frederick 24 Shippensburg 19 Edinboro # 32 at C. W. Post 17 Clarion 23 Slippery Rock 20 at California 49 at Lock Haven

0 7 14 0 24 15 7 27 14

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1975 (8-1-1, 4-1-1 PSAC West) 34 Northwood 10 at Cortland State 19 at Shippensburg 21 Edinboro 16 at Westminster 16 Clarion # 13 Slippery Rock 35 at California 59 at Lock Haven 49 Kutztown

1969 (8-1) 27 at Northwood 21 Shippensburg 27 Edinboro 17 at Brockport State 38 Clarion # 21 Slippery Rock 46 at California 35 C. W. Post 14 Wilkes

6 7 0 3 14 23 6 8 0

1976 (4-5, 3-3 PSAC West) 21 at Juniata 38 13 Wilkes 0 2 Westminster 6 0 Shippensburg # 21 5 at Edinboro 8 16 at Clarion 14 10 at Slippery Rock 28 16 California 0 24 Lock Haven 0

1970 (5-4) 22 Northwood 26 at Shippensburg 28 Cortland State # 14 at Edinboro 10 at Clarion 41 at Slippery Rock 6 California 17 at Hillsdale 7 Akron

7 22 14 31 7 6 14 35 49

1971 (7-2) 26 St. Norbert 34 at California 35 at Cortland State 23 Edinboro # 21 at Northwood 28 Clarion 13 at Wilkes 43 Hillsdale 14 at Akron

7 0 11 29 14 9 7 10 34

1968 (9-1) 17 Delaware State 75 Northwood 24 at Shippensburg 58 at Edinboro 48 Brockport State # 18 at Clarion 44 at Slippery Rock 41 California 35 at C. W. Post Boardwalk Bowl 24 Delaware

0 13 0 0 28 13 15 0 13

1972 (8-1) 7 at Eastern Kentucky 34 5 Cortland State 0 17 at Edinboro 7 14 at Northwood 10 20 at Clarion 6 14 Wilkes # 0 28 California 14 27 Shippensburg 8 31 Youngstown State 14 1973 (4-5) 13 Eastern Kentucky 26 10 at Cortland State 0 13 Northwood 6 14 Edinboro # 21 6 at Westminster 14 22 Clarion 20 10 Slippery Rock 34 34 at California 28 0 at Youngstown State 44 1974 (6-4, 4-2 PSAC West) 7 at Northwood 14 7 Cortland State 6 21 Shippensburg 0 25 at Edinboro 7 20 Westminster # 23 18 at Clarion 20 20 at Slippery Rock 25 20 California 0 44 Lock Haven 14 28 East Stroudsburg 7

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1977 (4-4-1, 2-3-1 PSAC West) 14 Juniata 23 at Wilkes 6 at Westminster 16 at Shippensburg 3 Edinboro # 12 Clarion 10 Slippery Rock 47 at California 16 at Lock Haven

7 19 21 14 3 15 15 7 18

1978 (4-5-1, 2-4 PSAC West) 3 at East Stroudsburg 17 at Kutztown 21 Westminster 21 Lock Haven 16 at Shippensburg 28 California # 7 at Slippery Rock 16 Waynesburg 21 Edinboro 0 at Clarion

17 13 21 14 36 6 9 8 27 17

1979 (7-3, 3-3 PSAC West) 34 East Stroudsburg 14 35 Kutztown 30 13 at Westminster 11 21 at Lock Haven 28 31 Shippensburg 24 38 at California 16 28 Slippery Rock # 14 18 at Waynesburg 15 9 at Edinboro 13 15 Clarion 30 1980 (6-4, 3-3 PSAC West) 23 at Waynesburg 21 17 Westminster 10 14 at Shippensburg 17 28 California 14 23 at Slippery Rock 22 7 at C. W. Post 17 7 Edinboro # 11 0 at Clarion 15 20 Lock Haven 0 24 at East Stroudsburg 22 1981 (4-6, 2-4 PSAC West) 14 Waynesburg 8 7 at Westminster 10 3 Shippensburg 26 16 at California 35 10 Slippery Rock 3 42 C. W. Post # 35

7 13 14 3

at Edinboro Clarion at Lock Haven East Stroudsburg

6 20 41 7

1982 (4-6, 3-3 PSAC West) 20 at Waynesburg 7 7 at Hillsdale 24 10 California (forfeit win) 24 13 at Slippery Rock 14 0 Westminster 3 3 Edinboro # 6 24 at Clarion 20 48 Lock Haven 14 9 at Shippensburg 28 13 at Liberty 35 1983 (5-5, 4-2 PSAC West) 21 Waynesburg 0 14 Hillsdale 28 35 at California 21 14 Slippery Rock # 15 14 at Westminster 16 23 at Edinboro 21 24 Clarion 35 49 at Lock Haven 0 41 Shippensburg 18 32 at West Chester 40 1984 (7-3, 4-2 PSAC West) PSAC West Co-Champions 17 at Bucknell 18 27 Findlay 0 35 at Slippery Rock 14 24 West Chester 18 52 Edinboro 17 56 at Clarion 16 35 Lock Haven # 14 18 at Shippensburg 21 24 at S. Connecticut 14 14 California 31 1985 (8-2-1, 6-0 PSAC West) PSAC West Champions 7 West Chester 3 41 at Lehigh 49 37 Slippery Rock 20 21 at Towson State 21 35 at Edinboro 9 42 Clarion # 7 48 at Lock Haven 21 33 Shippensburg 0 27 Southern Connecticut 7 28 at California 0 PSAC Championship Game 9 at Bloomsburg 31

24 14 28 24 21 35

Clarion # at Lock Haven Shippensburg at California Slippery Rock Kutztown

12 0 10 0 6 12

1988 (8-3, 5-1 PSAC West) PSAC West Co-Champions 31 Lock Haven 17 24 Towson State 21 27 Edinboro 7 51 at Clarion 10 17 at Portland State 20 23 at Shippensburg 24 34 California # 0 38 at Slippery Rock 0 32 at Bloomsburg 7 41 at S. Connecticut 14 NCAA Playoffs 24 Millersville 27 1989 (11-2, 5-1 PSAC West) 44 Lock Haven 10 27 at Towson State 0 0 at Edinboro 37 54 Clarion 7 34 Howard 14 35 Shippensburg # 0 17 at California 14 52 Slippery Rock 7 48 Bloomsburg 0 58 Southern Connecticut 15 NCAA Playoffs 34 at Grand Valley State 24 17 at Portland State 0 14 at Mississippi College 26 1990 (12-2, 6-0 PSAC West) PSAC West Champions NCAA National Finalist 18 at North Dakota State 28 55 Lock Haven 7 42 at Clarion 0 42 Towson State 0 42 at Shippensburg 17 42 California # 15 62 at Slippery Rock 13 38 at Millersville 0 36 Edinboro 29 65 West Virginia Tech 20 NCAA Playoffs 48 Winston-Salem State 0 14 Edinboro 7 27 at Mississippi College 8 11 North Dakota State 51

1986 (9-2, 6-0 PSAC West) PSAC West Champions 7 at Bucknell 23 41 Northwood 21 21 at Kutztown 20 28 Edinboro # 10 38 at Clarion 10 49 Lock Haven 14 31 at Shippensburg 14 39 California 0 14 at Slippery Rock 9 13 Towson State 21 PSAC Championship Game 20 West Chester 6

1991 (12-1, 6-0 PSAC West) PSAC West Champions 41 Northeast Missouri St 11 37 at Lock Haven 14 34 at East Stroudsburg 0 41 Clarion 19 54 at Towson State 10 47 Shippensburg # 0 10 at California 8 38 Slippery Rock 0 47 Millersville 0 20 at Edinboro 17 NCAA Playoffs 56 Virginia Union 7 52 Shippensburg 7 20 at Jacksonville State 27

1987 (10-2, 6-0 PSAC West) PSAC West Champions 7 at West Chester 31 10 at Towson State 7 33 American Int’l 10 28 at Edinboro 17

1992 (8-1-1, 5-0-1 PSAC West) PSAC West Co-Champions 31 North Dakota 13 45 at Grand Valley St 27 31 East Stroudsburg 12

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Lock Haven 0 at Shippensburg 16 California # 20 at Slippery Rock 17 Towson State 35 Edinboro 21 at Clarion (forfeit win) 35

1993 (13-1, 6-0 PSAC West) PSAC West Champions NCAA National Finalist 18 at North Dakota State 28 55 Lock Haven 7 42 at Clarion 0 42 Towson State 0 42 at Shippensburg 17 42 California # 15 62 at Slippery Rock 13 38 at Millersville 0 36 Edinboro 29 65 West Virginia Tech 20 NCAA Playoffs 48 Winston-Salem State 0 14 Edinboro 7 27 at Mississippi College 8 11 North Dakota State‡ 51 20 at Edinboro 17 1994 (10-3, 6-0 PSAC West) PSAC West Champions 35 Grand Valley State 33 16 at New Haven 18 29 at Central State 43 20 at Shippensburg 13 62 California # 33 62 at Slippery Rock 14 45 Cheyney 6 21 Edinboro 7 44 at Clarion 17 52 Lock Haven 0 NCAA Playoffs 35 Grand Valley State 27 21 at Ferris State 17 20 at TAMU-Kingsville 46 1995 (8-3, 5-1 PSAC West) 28 at Grand Valley State 25 16 Central State 20 19 New Haven 20 50 West Chester 7 62 Shippensburg 21 44 at California 20 41 Slippery Rock # 7 58 Cheyney 0 18 at Edinboro 35 14 Clarion 9 38 at Lock Haven 0 1996 (8-3, 5-1 PSAC West) PSAC West Co-Champions 24 at Fairmont State 20 30 Bloomsburg 14 14 New Haven 6 42 California # 6 32 at Slippery Rock 31 12 at East Stroudsburg 23 20 Edinboro 18 15 at Clarion 49 35 Lock Haven 14 62 at Shippensburg 55 NCAA Playoffs 23 at Ferris State 24 1997 (5-5, 4-2 PSAC West) 29 Fairmont State 30 18 at Bloomsburg 13 14 at New Haven 43 20 at California 10 9 Slippery Rock 16 31 East Stroudsburg # 33


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 25 at Edinboro 6 Clarion 48 at Lock Haven 44 Shippensburg

20 21 21 26

NCAA Playoffs 27 Saginaw Valley State 23 21 at Grand Valley State 62

2003 (10-1, 5-1 PSAC West) 1998 (10-2, 5-1 PSAC West) PSAC West Co-Champions 19 at West Chester 10 28 Nebraska-Omaha 26 27 Glenville State 17 42 West Virginia Tech 0 7 24 West Virginia Wesleyan 28 at New Haven 35 Millersville 13 10 20 37 at Bloomsburg 27 24 at Clarion 28 47 Lock Haven # 6 20 Edinboro # 7 21 at Slippery Rock 27 14 at California 20 21 Millersville 14 45 at Lock Haven 7 52 Clarion 14 18 Shippensburg 14 31 at California 0 27 Slippery Rock 40 41 Edinboro 17 42 at Bloomsburg 31 at Shippensburg (OT) 28 2004 (7-3, 5-1 PSAC West) NCAA Playoffs 6 Shepherd 9 PSAC West Co-Champions 27 Millersville 19 42 at Nebraska-Omaha 21 1999 (9-4, 5-1 PSAC West) 52 12 West Chester 9 19 Catawba 34 7 at Youngstown State 13 24 at Bloomsburg 0 35 Bloomsburg 10 17 Shippensburg # 13 27 at Lock Haven 9 34 at Slippery Rock 38 14 Slippery Rock # 52 14 at Edinboro 10 9 at Millersville 10 52 Lock Haven 20 26 at Clarion 0 30 Clarion 23 42 California 14 35 at California 18 at Edinboro 7 43 Shippensburg 16 2005 (5-5, 4-2 PSAC West) 9 Millersville 28 NCAA Playoffs 30 27 at Slippery Rock (OT) 20 20 at West Chester 16 26 at Millersville 21 19 at Catawba (OT) 27 12 at NW Missouri State 20 0 Bloomsburg 20 at Shippensburg 15 28 Slippery Rock # 17 2000 (8-3, 5-1 PSAC West) 20 PSAC West Co-Champions 10 Edinboro 23 24 Ferris State 13 28 at Lock Haven 10 14 New Haven 9 30 at Clarion 38 35 at Lock Haven 0 23 California 24 Slippery Rock 20 14 at Bloomsburg 38 2006 (8-2, 5-1 PSAC West) 35 Shippensburg # 6 PSAC West Co-Champions 6 27 at Edinboro 3 33 at Cheyney 20 13 Clarion 21 35 East Stroudsburg 17 24 at California 7 14 at Millersville 20 21 Millersville 10 23 at Edinboro (OT) 23 Lock Haven 14 NCAA Playoffs 7 0 at Northwood 28 33 Clarion # 20 at Shippensburg 16 42 Mansfield 6 2001 (8-2, 6-0 PSAC West) 17 Slippery Rock 21 PSAC West Champions 17 31 Findlay 10 21 at California 42 Lock Haven 0 23 at Slippery Rock 7 2007 (9-3, 5-1 PSAC West) 14 23 Bloomsburg # 12 80 Cheyney 37 at Shippensburg 7 38 at East Stroudsburg 23 0 21 Edinboro 6 45 Millersville 31 35 at Clarion (OT) 34 34 at Slippery Rock 38 41 California 0 12 California 7 26 at Millersville 30 27 Edinboro# 44 at Lock Haven 13 NCAA Playoffs 31 32 at Saginaw Valley State 33 38 at Clarion 30 Shippensburg 0 41 2002 (11-2, 6-0 PSAC West) 35 at Bloomsburg NCAA Playoffs PSAC West Champions 35 34 at Findlay 37 45 at West Chester 41 37 Bloomsburg 18 34 at Shepherd 27 Catawba 26 42 New Haven 6 2008 (7-3, 4-3 PSAC West) 0 43 at Millersville 16 41 at C.W. Post 3 28 Clarion # 14 63 at Millersville 7 54 at Edinboro 35 47 Lock Haven 21 20 California 9 19 at California 31 Lock Haven 14 23 Slippery Rock # (2OT) 16 24 33 at Shippensburg 10 17 at Edinboro 10 34 at Slippery Rock (OT) 28 42 Mercyhurst 66 Clarion 16

35 at Gannon 34 Kutztown

10 7

2009 (5-6, 1-6 PSAC West) 28 at Southern Connecticut 21 27 C.W. Post 14 17 Millersville 3 16 at Mercyhurst 20 3 at Slippery Rock 7 28 California 41 24 Edinboro # 38 45 at Lock Haven 0 28 at Clarion 30 3 Gannon 29 34 at Kutztown 32 2010 (6-5, 3-4 PSAC West) 16 Southern Connecticut 6 23 at East Stroudsburg 17 20 at Bloomsburg 47 17 Slippery Rock 0 18 at Edinboro 0 27 Mercyhurst # 28 14 Clarion 21 17 at Gannon 45 15 at California (OT) 18 63 Lock Haven 31 27 West Chester 10

IUP ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS George P. Miller Peck McKnight Sam Smith Chuck Mills Chuck Klausing Bill Neal Owen Dougherty George Chaump Frank Cignetti Lou Tepper

1927-47 1947-48 1949-61 1962-63 1964-69 1970-78 1979-81 1982-85 1986-2005 2006-10

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.630 .227 .473 .765 .825 .613 .570 .598 .783 .667

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ALL-AMERICANS Associated Press (AP) 2009 SECOND TEAM Akwasi Owsus-Ansah, Cornerback 2008 SECOND TEAM Terrence Jackson, Linebacker 2006 SECOND TEAM Jason Capizzi, Offensive Tackle 2002 THIRD TEAM Carmelo Ocasio, Wide Receiver 2001 FIRST TEAM Joey Flora, Cornerback SECOND TEAM Aamir Dew, Tailback 2000 FIRST TEAM Mike Borisenko, Linebacker 1999 FIRST TEAM Leander Jordan, Offensive Guard 1998 SECOND TEAM Barry Threats, Cornerback 1996 THIRD TEAM Andy Phipps, Defensive Tackle 1995 FIRST TEAM Jon Ruff, Kicker Jeff Turnage, Nose Tackle THIRD TEAM Chris Villarrial, Offensive Guard 1994 FIRST TEAM Jeff Turnage, Nose Tackle THIRD TEAM Chris Villarrial, Offensive Guard 1993 FIRST TEAM Mike Geary, Kicker SECOND TEAM Matt Dalverny, Offensive Guard Michael Mann, Tailback 1991 FIRST TEAM Tony Aliucci, Quarterback 1990 FIRST TEAM Jai Hill, Wide Receiver 1988 SECOND TEAM Kevin McMullan, Linebacker HONORABLE MENTION Dean Cottrill, Outside Linebacker Steve Girting, Fullback John Sandstrom, Kicker Jim Uncapher, Offensive Tackle 1987 FIRST TEAM Troy Jackson, Outside Linebacker HONORABLE MENTION Tony Trave, Wide Receiver 1986 FIRST TEAM Jim Angelo, Offensive Tackle HONORABLE MENTION Al Arrisher, Center Troy Jackson, Outside Linebacker 1985 HONORABLE MENTION Rich Ingold, Quarterback Mark Plevelich, Center Dave Seidel, Fullback 1984 FIRST TEAM Gregg Brenner, Wide Receiver

THIRD TEAM Bill Thompson, Tight End 1983 SECOND TEAM Kenny Moore, Free Safety 1982 SECOND TEAM Kenny Moore, Free Safety 1980 HONORABLE MENTION Terry Carroll, Linebacker Joe Cugliari, Defensive Tackle Terry Totten, Cornerback 1979 HONORABLE MENTION Joe Cugliari, Defensive Tackle Terry Skelley, Split End 1978 FIRST TEAM Jim Haslett, Defensive End 1977 SECOND TEAM Gregg Schmidt, Linebacker HONORABLE MENTION Jim Haslett, Defensive End 1976 FIRST TEAM Jim Haslett, Defensive End HONORABLE MENTION George Aggen, Middle Guard 1975 FIRST TEAM Lynn Hieber, Quarterback 1974 THIRD TEAM Lynn Hieber, Quarterback 1973 SECOND TEAM Ed Paradis, Center 1972 THIRD TEAM Dave Balmert, Safety 1971 HONORABLE MENTION Larry Monsilovich, Halfback 1970 HONORABLE MENTION Larry Monsilovich, Halfback 1968 HONORABLE MENTION Dan Cox, Halfback Dave Smith, Split End

1994 FIRST TEAM Jeff Turnage, Nose Tackle THIRD TEAM Chris Sledge, Center Omar Stewart, Linebacker 1993 FIRST TEAM Matt Dalverny, Offensive Guard Mike Geary, Kicker SECOND TEAM Michael Mann, Tailback

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2007 SECOND TEAM Dan Pickens, Tight End 2006 FIRST TEAM Jason Capizzi, Offensive Tackle 2003 SECOND TEAM Khiawatha Downey, Offensive Guard 2000 FIRST TEAM Mike Borisenko, Linebacker 1999 SECOND TEAM Leander Jordan, Offensive Guard 1996 SECOND TEAM Andy Phipps, Defensive Tackle 1995 FIRST TEAM Jon Ruff, Kicker Jeff Turnage, Nose Tackle SECOND TEAM Chris Villarrial, Offensive Guard

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American Football Coaches Association 2009 Akwasi Owusu-Ansah, All-Purpose 2008 Terrence Jackson, Linebacker 2006 Jason Capizzi, Offensive Tackle 2001 Joey Flora, Cornerback 2000 Mike Borisenko, Linebacker 1999 Leander Jordan, Offensive Guard 1998 Barry Threats, Cornerback 1997 Barry Threats, Cornerback 1995 Jeff Turnage, Nose Tackle 1993 Michael Mann, Tailback 1991 Tony Aliucci, Quarterback 1988 Dean Cottrill, Outside Linebacker 1987 Troy Jackson, Outside Linebacker 1986 Jim Angelo, Offensive Tackle 1980 Joe Cugliari, Defensive Tackle 1979 Terry Skelley, Split End 1978 Jim Haslett, Defensive End 1977 Jim Haslett, Defensive End

2003 SECOND TEAM Josh Telenko, Kicker 1995 SECOND TEAM Jeff Turnage, Nose Tackle 1983 FIRST TEAM Kenny Moore, Free Safety 1982 FIRST TEAM Kenny Moore, Free Safety 1977 SECOND TEAM John Mihota, Offensive Guard Leroy Young, Tight End 1975 SECOND TEAM John Bieryla, Safety


ALL-TIME LETTERMEN A Abercrombie, Rapheal 1987 Abplanalp, Gene 1952-55 Abraham, Joe 1974-75 Adamcyzk, Mike 1973 Adamrovich, Doug 1988-91 Addicott, Dan 1985 Adonizio, Patrick 1983 Afenesko, Mac 1950-52 Aggen, George 1973-76 Albert, Jeff 1982-83 Aliucci, Tony 1988-91 Allen, Bill 1981 Allen, Brian 1989-90 Allen, Rob 1982-84 Aloisio, Zach 2007-08 Alper, Tom 1975-76 Altschuler, Mike 1973-74 Ames, Chad 1998, 2000 Amorose, Norm 1962-65 Anderson, Anton 1997 Anderson, Ed 1970-72 Anderson, Jim 1971 Anderson, Tom 1964-65, 1971-72 Andiorio, Keith 1964-65 Angelo, Jim 1983-86 Antonetti, Michael 1954-57 Archibald, Pete 1961-63 Armanini, Richard 1956-59 Arrington, Rusty 1994-96 Arrisher, Al 1983-86 Asare, Kwasi 1996-99 Ashton, Jim 1960-63 Aurandt, Todd 2004 Avery, Diamond 2009 B Bache, Chris Bache, Joe Bache, Kevin Bailey, Doane Baird, Curt Baker, Dave Ball, James Ballein, John Balmert, Dave Banks, Bill Banks, Yulon Barco, Mike Barczy, Steve Barley, John Barnaby, Bill Barnett, Al Barnett, Ed Barree, Mike Barry, Michael Bartl, Derek Barto, Rob Basehore, Bob Basile, Brian Battallio, Evan Battle, Andrew Bechtel, Max Bellissimo, Joe Benbow, James Bender, Kenneth Benedict, Scott Berhadl, Alex Berkheimer, Mike Betters, Stan Beviglia, Bob Biddings, Quintin Bieryla, John Bilger, Norm Bilko, Dan Billman, John Biro, Sean Bishop, Jeff

1983-86 1958-61 1985-87 1969-71 1977-78 1980 1946-47 1981 1970-72 1980-82 1979 1989 1961-62 1955-58 1958-61 1949-51 1979-80 1967-71 1968-71 1985 1968-70 1968-70 1978-80 2010 2000-03 1955-58 1962-64 1994-95 1956-57 1977 2010 2003 1978-80, 1982 1959-60 1998-99 1974-75 1994 1963-65 1970-72 1992-94 1979-80

Black, Don Black, Edward Blackson, John Blair, George Blakeman, Teddy Blank, Jerry Blasko, John Blehart, Jack Blomgren, Ryan Blucas, Wally Bohn, Scott Bojalad, Nick Boland, Jeremy Bolding, Reggie Bolton, Francis Bolyard, Josh Borgese, Anthony Borisenko, Mike Bostian, Bruce Boston, Dale Bouch, Rich Boucher, James Bowers, Kurt Boylan, Adam Bozzo, Andy Brady, Neil Branch, Gus Branish, Ed Brenner, Gregg Brewer, Alex Brewer, Pat Brewster, Errol Brink, Steve Brinkley, Derek Brinkman, Ken Brister, Harold Brochetti, John Brocious, Eric Brooks, Shane Brouse, Bill Brown, Chris Brown, Kelly Brown, Omar Brown, Ray Brown, Reece Brunck, Matt Brunner, Tyton Bryant, Kip Buck, Dan Buffone, Tim Bullington, John Burgess, Craig Buriak, Bob Burke, Brian Burlas, John Burns, Dan Butera, John Buzzelli, Dave Buzzelli, Richard Byerly, Scott

1978-79 1948, 1950-51 1956-58 1950-51 2010 1959-62 1965-67 1949-50, 1954 2000 1966-69 1979-82 2007-09 1999 2007 1950-51, 1955 2010 1951-53 1998-01 1996-98 2007-08 1988 1953-56 1977-80 1997-00 1988-91 1970 1983-84 1949-52 1983-84 1997 2010 2010 1969-71 1997-00 1989, 1992-93 1993-96 1968-70 1989 2008 1960-61 2010 1976 1994, 1996 1988 1989-92 2002 2006 1978 1961-63 1998-01 1969-71 2007-10 1984-86 2002-04 1979-81 1978-81 1968-70 1966-68 1956-57 1983-86

C Calderone, Sam Caletri, Joe Calhoun, James Callahan, Mike Callahan, Victor Campbell, Chris Campbell, Jeff Campolo, Mike Cannon, Dave Capizzi, Jason Carberry, Charles Carlson, Russ Carmo, Walt Carney, Mark Carnicella, Dom Carnicella, Nick

1946-47 1950-51 1984-85 1993-94 2002-05 1985 2007-09 1992-95 1973-74 2004-06 1956 1946-47 1960 1981 2005-07 2010

Carroll, Terry 1978-81 Carson, James 2006-09 Carter, Reggie 1995-96 Catalano, Sam 1951-52 Catanese, Tony 1959-62 Cavanaugh, Tom 1970-72 Cecchetti, Tom 1974-75 Ceh, Earl 1949-52 Celich, Stan 1986-89 Cellitti, Anthony 2004-07 Cessna, Dave 1963-66 Charley, Walt 1946-49 Chase, Bill 1978-79 Checkon, Steve 1958-59 Cherepko, Robert 1998 Chiappetta, Mike 2002-05 Choice, Lewis 1990-93 Chulick, Lou 1948-49 Ciarrocca, Matt 1987-90 Cignetti, Brad 1995-96 Cignetti, Frank Sr. 1957-59 Cignetti, Frank Jr. 1985-87 Clark, Chet 2000 Clark, Jerry 1966-68 Clemento, Bill 1977-78 Cleminson, Bob 1955-58 Clingan, Tom 1970-72 Clinton, Carl 1982 Cobb, Quinton 2005-08 Cochran, Aaron 2002 Cole, Tom 1977 Coleman, Bob 1946-47 Coleman, Terry 1974 Coles, Bob 1976-77 Collier, Jay 1971-73 Conaboy, John 1974-75 Condo, Kurt 1997-98 Condon, Ted 1976-78 Conley, Jack 1949-52 Conley, Pat 1955-58 Connolly, Dave 1969-71 Connor, Art 1948-50 Constantine, Anthony 2007-09 Constantino, Charles 1956 Cooke, Eric 1990-93 Coon, Brian 1979-80 Cooper, Kairi 1999-02 Cooper, Steve 2005-08 Corey, Donald 1946-47 Cornell, Fred 1948-49 Cortazzo, Carmine 1967-69 Cosgrove, Bob 1968-70 Cottom, Brian 1997 Cottrell, Kevin 1983-85 Cottrill, Darren 1985-88 Cottrill, Dean 1985-88 Coury, Bill 1997-98 Cox, Dan 1966-69 Coyne, Tom 1956 Cramer, Robert 1957-58 Creech, Jack 1991-93, 1997 Crockett, Keo 1990-91 Crosby, Dan 1957-58 Crowley, Jim 1979 Cruz, Luis 2006-08 Cugliari, Joe 1977-80 Culbertson, Dennis 1985-87 Culhane, Tom 1990 Culler, Carl 1946-47 Cunningham, Craig 1989-90 Cutlip, Manny 2009 Cypher, Doug 1980-82 Czambel, Ken 1973-74 Czartoryski, Jeff 1986 D Dalverny, Matt D’Ambrosio, Mike

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Danel, Matt 1997-00 D’Angelo, Rege 1975-76 Daskivich, Andrew 1946-49 David, Dan 1978-81 Davis, Corey 2007 Davis, Gene 1957-60 Dawson, Bill 1952-55 Dean, Jack 1958-61 Deery, Bill 1990-91 Deitman, Ken 1971-72, 1974 Dellafiori, Richard 1954-55 Dellavechio, Al 1966-68 Dellemonache, Gene 1988 DeMarco, Jon 1985 Deneen, Dave 1999-02 Denson, Marvin 1989-92 Desiderio, Tye 2002-05 Despinosse, Clifton 1994-96 Dettore, Ab 1973 Detwiler, Sean 1988-91 Dew, Aamir 1999-01 DiBucci, Ralph 1978, 1980-81 Diffenderfer, Dan 1980-83 Dillard, Javer 1996 DiLuigi, James 1950-52 DiPasquale, Anthony 2008-10 Dixon, Tyrone 1982-85 Dobies, John 1968-69 Dodds, Kevin 1981 Dodson, Willie 1993 Dolges, Jerry 1964-65 Dominick, Rob 1981-84 Domville, Richard 1955-58 Donahue, Kevin 1984 Donati, Joe 1987-90 Doran, Merrill 1946-47 Dorcil, Job 1995 Dorsey, Greg 1998-99, 2001 Dotson, Jim 1966-68 Doviat, Stan 1976 Downey, Khiawatha 2002-03 Dovales, Byron 2010 Doyle, Andre 2003 Doyle, Mike 1974-76 Draganac, Dick 1966-68 Drevna, Tim 1970 Dristas, John 1954-55 Drown, Ron 1957-60 Duffalo, Jan 1959-60 Duffalo, Ron 1957-60 Duffalo, Tom 1963-66 Duffy, Chuck 1983 Dugan, John 1977-79 DuMars, John 1952-54 Duncan, Dave 1965-66 Dunlap, John 1946-48 DuPont, Jay 2007 Dutrieuille, Kareem 2003, 2006-07 Duzyk, Stan 1960-62 E Eckert, Bill Edelman, Gunther Edwards, Roy-al Egan, Mike Elliott, Beau Ellis, Steve Ellison, Ken Emory, Naylor Epley, Gene Esposito, Dick Eupizi, Tom Evans, Ken Evans, Roger Eyerman, Brian

1952 1946-48 2008-10 1988-91 2002-03, 2005 1979-80 1981-83 1964-65 1962-64 1957-58 1973-74 2004, 2006-07 1981-84 1999-02

F Failla, Paul

1998

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ALL-TIME LETTERMEN Falce, Tony 1991-93 Falenski, Jim 1956-57 Farrelly, Dave 1969-71 Fechter, Len 1960-61 Federoff, Larry 2010 Fedkoe, Tom 1985-88 Fegley, Bill 1989-90 Felton, Hube 1996-97 Feraco, Ron 1970-72 Ferguson, Dan 1967-68 Ferguson, Elise 1988 Ferguson, Jack 1957 Ferguson, Ken 1994-95 Ferrari, Tony 1966-69 Fields, Isaac 1992-93 Filipkowski, Chris 1987-89 Finnerty, Mike 1968-70 Finnin, John 1981 Fischer, Eric 1982 Fischer, Matt 2000-03 Fitzgerald, Ed 1955-58 Fletcher, Shayne 2003-04, 2006-07 Flora, Joey 1998-01 Formento, Steve 1951-52 Fornwalt, Ed 1948-49 Forsha, Jack 1955-57 Foster, Ashton 2010 Foster, Brian 1981 Fox, Allen 1985 Franco, John 1977 Franco, Johnny 2010 Frank, Doug 1981 Frederick, Chuck 1966-68 Frederick, Dean 1962-63 Freliche, Harold 1952-55 Frey, Ron 1956-58 Friel, Dick 1948-49 Froebel, Art 1957-58 Fulton, Bob 1985-88 Furlani, Jason 1989-90 G Gallagher, Tom 1978-81 Garbinski, Fred 1961-64 Garman, Scott 1946-47 Gartner, Mark 2000-01 Garvey, Tom 1949 Gasdek, Barry 1960-63 Gaspar, Grady 1975-77 Gatti, Vince 1990 Gavala, George 1946-48 Gavett, Eddie 2009-10 Gavlak, Joe 1960-62 Geary, Chris 1989-90 Geary, Mike 1992-93 Gee, Mike 2009-10 George, Bob 1949-52 George, Nate 2007-10 Gerek, Joe 1978-79 Gibbons, Tom 1985-88 Gibson, Zack 1989-91, 1993 Gill, Chester 1951-52 Gill, Don 1958-61 Gilmore, Ray 1976 Gironda, Chuck 1964-66 Gironda, Ray 1994-97 Girting, Steve 1985-88 Glarner, George 1952-55 Glasper, Kevan 1998 Glass, Dan 1991-94 Glymph, Jay 1997-98 Gnagey, Chad 1993-95 Gonzales, Ed 1977-79 Good, Jerrod 2010 Gooden, Larry 2010 Gooderham, Richard 1953-56 Goodge, Jim 1971-73 Goodrich, Rich 2002-03

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Gordon, Neil Grabiak, Richard Grandy, Stan Gravine, Rich Gray, Ralph Green, Derrick Green, Donta Green, Robert Greene, Bill Grice, Joe Grice, Paul Griffin, Kirby Griffin, Kris Griffith, John Grigas, Nicholas Grim, John Grims, Rob Griswold, Bryan Gruca, Jim Gualtieri, Greg Guella, Roger Guerra, Anthony Gunn, Sanford Gutshall, Stan Gyenes, David

1968-70 1949-50 2003-05 1992-95 1959-60 2000 2006-08 1950-53 1988-90 1982 1968 2004 2002, 2004 1954-58 1950-51 1970-72 1988-90 1983-86 1967 1978 1949-52 2005-08 1991 1966-68 1965

H Haddad, John 1978-79 Haggerty, Ken 1990-91 Hahnfelt, Ed 1965 Hairston, Shawn 2005 Haky, Mike 1985 Hall, Bill 1969-71 Hall, Dale 1966-68 Hall, Todd 1992 Halt, Earl 1969-71 Hampe, Dave 1980 Hand, Dan 1987 Hanley, Larry 1962 Hardison, Mario 1993-96 Hardt, Howard 1948-50 Hardy, Anthony 1995 Harper, Bryant 1994-95 Harris, Brian 1999-02 Harris, C.P. 1964-67 Harris, Chris 1992-93, 1995 Harris, Danny 2004 Hart, Brian 1973-74 Hartman, Jim 1990-91 Harvey, Harry 1967-68 Harvey, Jamien 2001-03 Haselrig, Bruce 1964-67 Haslett, Jim 1975-78 Hasse, Chuck 1968-70 Hautau, Tevita 2008-09 Hawkins, David 2003 Healey, Richard 1952-53 Heath, Jeff 1979-80 Heimlich, Joel 1966-68 Heitzman, George 1950, 55 Henderson, Andre 2005, 2008-09 Henderson, Roger 1980-82 Henderson, Taun 1994-95 Henigin, Darin 1994-95 Henrich, Chuck 1995-97 Henry, Jack 1967-68 Henry, Phil 1978-80 Hensel, Bob 1950-52 Hensor, David 1989 Herod, Darryl 2009-10 Herschl, Joe 1952-53 Hewitt, Tom 1982 Heyser, Billy 1987-89 Hicks, Lewis 1996-98 Hieber, Lynn 1973-75 Highberger, Ken 1960-61 Hill, Jai 1988-91 Hilliard, Andre 1991-94

Hines, Javon Hintz, Tom Hoenig, Mark Hofer, Howard Hoffman, Billy Hofman, Bob Hogan, Dick Hollins, Chaz Holloway, Kirk Holtz, Ted Holtzman, Casey Holzhauser, Jerry Hood, J.T. Hoover, John Horchar, Ed Hostler, Jim Houbrich, Ronald Howard, Mike Howell, Terry Huber, Ron Hudson, Bill Hudson, Saeed Hudson, Scott Hunt, Brandon Hunter, Bill Hursh, Jason Hutter, Gene

2003-04 1975 1979-82 1985 1956-59 1959-61 1961-64 2004 2008 1960-61 1998 1971, 1974 2001 1946-47 1979-82 1986-89 1956-57 1998-00, 2002 1987-90 1948-51 1965-66 1999-02 1989-90 2000-03 1946-47 2001 1953-55

I Iacoboni, Ralph Ibe, Chi-Chi Imbrogno, Pat Imbrogno, Phil Ingold, Rich J Jackson, Jeff Jackson, Jerrell Jackson, Mark Jackson, Terrence Jackson, Troy James, Neil Jamison, Bob Jamison, Chad Jarvie, Bill Jaworski, John Jefferson, Gary Jemison, Mike Jenkins, Ian Jerasa, Chuck Jeter, Carliss Jevicky, Mark Johns, Rich Johnson, Ali Johnson, James Johnson, Jeff Johnson, Rick Jones, Daryl Jones, Elton Jones, John Jones, Trent Jordan, Leander Joseph, Bill Joseph, Pat Jubas, Ken Julian, Dave

1970-71 2010 1974-77 1970-72 1983-85 1999-02 2003-05 2008-10 2005-08 1985-87 2006, 2008-09 1962-63 1997-98 1954-55 1990-91 1963-66 2003-04 1998-00 1979 2006-07, 2009 1971 1999 1996-97 2010 1988-91 1973-75 2009-10 1979 1999 2002-03 1996-99 1948-51 1974-75 1980-81 1987

K Kachmarek, Ed Kane, Rob Kanick, Bob Kapsa, Richard Karmazyn, Mike Karstetter, John Katch, Mike Kaufman, Harry Kaufmann, Jared Keefer, Dave

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Kellar, Pat Keller, Martin Keller, Tom Kelley, Chuck Kelly, Don Kelly, George Kennedy, John Kennedy, Tom Kenney, Don Kerr, Jim Khan, Rizwan Khateeb, Saeed Kiel, Bob Kinney, Phil Kinter, Jim Kipp, Bill Kirsch, Matt Kiser, Randy Kish, Andy Knopick, John Kovacic, Joe Kovalchick, Joe Kovell, Paul Kozel, John Krasowski, Tony Krawchyk, Matt Krevetski, Brian Krewatch, Andrew Krinks, Rich Kruk, John Krupper, Patrick Kubatko, Richard Kucenic, Adam Kunes, Shawn Kunkle, Barry Kurt, Rich Kurtz, Corey Kuscavage, Fred Kuzneski, Bill

1976-78 1950-51 1987 1966-68 1949-50 1978-80 1964 1965 1975-77 1975-77 1983-86 2009 1984-86 1987-89 1958-61 1951-52 2002-04 1988 1960 1976 2001 1967-69 1987-90 1970-72 1959-62 2002 1988-90 2005, 2007-09 1970-72 1959-62 1948-50 1959-61 2001-03 1987-90 1951-53 1974-76 2007-09 1978-79 1961-65

L LaCivita, Bob 1968 Laconi, Ron 1979-80 Lane, Henry 2000-01 Langton, Jerry 1987-88, 1991 Lanterman, Cory 2009-10 LaSalvia, Dino 1984-86 Lasser, Bob 1968-70 Lassinger, John 1952-53 Laughlin, Jim 1947-50 Law, James 1988 Lawrence, Ben 1980, 1982-83 Lawrence, Brandon 2005 Leberknight, Alan 1959 Lee, Fred 2005 Lee, Jerry 1978 Lehew, John 1952-55 Leonard, Bill 1960-63 Leonatti, Bruce 1966 Leopold, Andy 1989-90 Lesko, Charles 1950-51 Lesniewski, Mike 1980-82 Lestochi, Garrett 2005-08 Letham, Emory 1953-54 Letso, Bob 1958-59 Levendosky, Mark 1989-90 Lewandowski, Brian 1983 Lewandowski, Norm 1953-56 Lewis, Darren 2002 Lewis, Kelvin 1982-84 Leysock, Tim 1982 Liebert, Pat 2001-04 Ligashesky, Bob 1982-84 Lindich, Don 1961-64 Lindsay, Thomas 2007-09 Lingg, Bob 1993-96 Link, John 1976-77, 1979 Linnan, Tony 1973-74


ALL-TIME LETTERMEN Lippencott, Barry Livengood, Dave Loebig, Glenn Lombardo, Nick Lucas, Ron Luther, Mario Luvara, Gabe

1963-66 2003-06 1981 1987 1951-52 1975 1999-01

M Maccagnan, Angelo 1958-59 Maccarelli, Vic 1963-64 Macioce, Ernie 1969-71 Mack, David 1997 Mahan, Joe 1984 Maher, Jeff 1979 Majors, Garrett 2005-08 Malcolm, Ray 1951-54 Malia, Bob 1990 Mann, Merritt 1952-56 Mann, Michael 1990-93 Manning, Shannon 1995-96 Marcenelle, Mike 1948-52 Marcenelle, Tony 1949-51 Marciano, Tony 1975-77 Marefka, John 1952-55 Marshall, Mike 1993-96 Marshall, Rory 2008 Martinez, Jovan 2009 Marzaloes, Tim 1976 Marzock, Eric 1981-83 Mason, Faraji 1998-99 Matha, Dan 2010 Matis, Matt 1982-85 Matrunick, Dave 1976 Matson, Jon 2005 Matz, Travis 1993-94 Maurer, Charlie 1970-72 Maurer, Howard 1970-71 Maxwell, Tom 1995-96 Mayer, Carl 1963-65 McAdoo, Mike 1977-79 McAndrew, Rob 1963-65 McCarron, Jim 1959-60 McCartney, Chris 1994 McCaskill, Sean 1988-91 McClellan, Scott 1990-93 McCorkle, Kevin 1982-85 McCoy, LeRon 2001-04 McCracken, Tom 1967-69 McCullough, Pat 1985-86 McCutcheon, John 1973-74 McDanel, Pat 2005-08 McDermott, Pat 1981-83 McDonough, Ed 1969-71 McFarland, Bob Sr. 1951-52, 1956-57 McFarland, Bob Jr. 1978-80 McGahee, Darrick 1993-96 McGhee, John 1992-95 McGlaughlin, Jack 1948-51 McGorry, Kevin 1970-73 McGuigan, Scott 1980-83 McGuire, Mike 1969-70 McIntyre, Frank 1946-48 McKay, Jim 1956-59 McKeithan, Sondiata 1999-01, 2003 McMullan, Kevin 1985-88 McNeal, Poohbear 2007 McNelis, Matt 2007 McPoland, Harry 1946-47 Mechling, Ken 1956-59 Meighen, Jim 1946-47 Mellett, William 1951-52 Melnick, Bob 1983 Menhart, John 1975-77 Mensch, Blaine 1996-98 Mercer, Kevin 1983-84 Meriwether, Mike 2010 Micaletti, Paul 1987

Michaels, Mike 1948-49 Michna, Roger 1963 Mihalacki, Ed 1970-71 Mihota, John 1975-77 Miklos, Guy 1976-78 Milanovich, Gary 1965-67 Miller, Eugene 1995-96 Miller, Jared 1996-99 Miller, Jim 1986-89 Miller, Josh 2007-08 Mills, Victor 2004 Mintus, Dave 1975-76 Mitten, Bob 1966 Mizerak, Steve 1964 Mobley, Cameron 2005, 2008 Mobley, Louis 2008-09 Modrak, Tom 1962-64 Mohr, George 1950 Moncilovich, Milan 1984-85 Monroe, Ruben 1992-95 Monsilovich, Larry 1969-71 Montague, Richard 1997-98 Monteleone, Michael 2009 Moore, John 1984-85, 1987 Moore, Kenny 1980-83 Moore, Terrell 1996 Morgan, Bruce 1979-81, 1983 Morgan, Chris 2003-06 Morrell, Art 1973-74 Morrow, Nate 2008-10 Mosely, Vaughn 1994-95 Mosteller, Walt 2000-03 Moul, Larry 1963-64 Moul, Tom 1963-65 Mrvos, Marc 1987 Munson, Frank 1950-52 Murphy, Bob 1967-68 Murphy, Paul 1964-67 Murray, Bill 1966-67 Murray, Jay 1990-92 Murray, Y’Hoshua 2003-04 Muscella, Mike 1986-89 Musselman, Jason 2009-10 Musto, Ray 1976 Musulin, Shawn 1992 N Napoleon, Bo Neal, Steve Neatrour, Paul Neff, Brian Neff, Eric Neptune, Jack Newman, Jim Nichol, Alan Nicholas, Anthony Niederberger, Eric Niederberger, Scott Niesen, Doug Nitowski, Dick Nixon, Mike Noel, Bill Noonan, Paul Novitski, Joe Nypaver, Matt

2010 1976-77 1963-66 1979-82 1997-99 1967-69 1961-64 1979-81 1956-59 1994-95 1995-98 1984-86 1953-56 1965-68 1950-51 1966-68 1989-91 1973-74

O Oakley, Kevin Ocasio, Carmelo Och, Bill O’Conner, Donald O’Connor, Tom O’Laughlin, Bob Oleson, Ted Oliver, Deanco O’Malley, John O’Neal, Jay

1972-73 1999-02 1960-61 1946-47 2005-06 1975 1968 2005 1954-56 1997-00

O’Neill, Mike 1998-99 Orenak, Ron 1971-74 O’Rourke, Jim 2006-08, 2010 Owusu-Ansah, Akwasi 2006-09 P Pace, Jerry 1996-98, 2000 Palajsa, Mark 1977 Palamara, John 1982-85 Palamara, Paul 1986-88 Palchak, Greg 1970-72 Palchak, John 1972-74 Palchak, Russ 1975 Palmer, Clayton 1983-84 Palombi, Nick 1974-75 Panaia, Larry 1961-64 Pankake, Jon 1998-00 Papik, Mike 1988-89 Paradis, Ed 1972-73 Parise, Carl 1970-71 Parker, Elice 2002 Parker, Scott 1984, 1986-88 Parks, Bill 1973-75 Parry, Raymond 1958-59 Parry, Tom 1983 Parsha, Tom 1957-60 Pascarella, Nick 1987-90 Pastine, Bob 1968-69 Patrick, Darel 1984-86 Patte, Chris 1984-85 Patti, Sam 1967-69 Paul, John 1968 Pauline, Ron 1961-62 Pawlowski, Gene 1966-68 Payne, Jim 1956-59 Peduzzi, Joe 1985-86 Pehanick, Jim 1985-88 Pensak, Stan 1946-47 Peoples, Charles 1989-92 Perian, Carl 1959-61 Perry, Paul 1963-65 Perry, Steve 2002 Persichetti, Greg 1968 Pesci, Ev 1949-50, 1955-56 Pesotini, Len 1973-75 Peters, Ray 1965-67 Peters, Ron 1961-62 Peters, Walt 1948 Peterson, Eddie 2003 Peterson, Robert 1950-51 Petrini, John 1961-64 Petrone, Lou 1960-63 Petrunyak, Jim 1957-60 Pettina, John 1983-86 Pheasant, John 1946-47 Phillips, Ray 1946-48 Phipps, Andy 1996 Pickens, Dan 2005-07 Pickles, Dick 1963 Piecka, Al 1959-61 Pilossoph, Bill 1978-81 Pinchotti, Chuck 1970-71 Piotrowski, Brian 1991-92 Pipkins, Tom 1968-70 Pleasant, Pierre 2003 Plevelich, Mark 1983-85 Plowcha, Jim 1976 Plowman, Rob 2005-08 Poleski, Walt 1967-68 Post, Jim 1964-65 Potosnak, Jamie 1996 Potter, Mark 1982-83 Potts, Brad 2001, 2003-04 Powell, Rob 1985 Prawucki, Joel 1983 Prete, Jeff 1982 Pribish, Mike 1965 Price, Don 1972-73

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Priest, Mike Prince, Craig Princes, Aaron Principe, Jim Prokay, Bob Pruchnic, Ed Puzak, Bill Pynos, Rex

1968-69 2000-03 2006-08 1950-52 1966-69 1956-57 1961-63 1986-89

Q Quigley, John

1976-77

R Racchini, Jim 1991-92 Radakovich, Dan 1977 Radatovich, Rick 1983-86 Rairigh, Mike 2003-06 Raison, Norman 2004-06 Randolph, Bob 1967 Randolph, Denny 1999 Rash, Steve 1954-57 Raymond, Gene 1970-72 Rebholz, Tom 1998-01 Reckard, Jay 1986-89 Reed, Steve 1976 Reid, Mike 2004-07 Revis, Clifford 1986-87, 1991-92 Rhodes, Keith 1946-48 Rhodes, Scott 1985 Rice, John 1954-55 Riggs, John 1949-50, 1955-56 Rinchuse, Don 1966-68 Rink, Lewis 1946-47 Robinson, Carl 1980-81 Robinson, Dennis 1994-95 Robinson, John 1984-87 Robinson, Stacy 1983-84 Robinson, Tobias 2006, 2008-10 Rock, Jason 2002-03 Rock, Ken 1989-90 Rodio, Nick 1973-75 Rodriguez, Anthony 2006-07 Rogish, Tom 1969-71 Rometo, Ken 1959-60 Rometo, Ossie 1961 Ross, Darren 2003 Ross, Tom 1964-66 Rosso, Skip 1968-69 Roth, Doug 1970-72 Rowan, Javon 2008-10 Rowe, Wayne 1976 Royba, Paul 1984 Ruff, Jon 1992, 1994-95 Ruffner, Barry 1967-69 Rullo, Bob 1977 Russell, Ron 1949-52 Russell, Steve 1992-95 Russo, Jim 1963-64 Ruthosky, Joe 1946-47 S Sabota, Bill Sadler, Chris Sadlon, Gary Saffron, Joe Salego, Matt Saltarelli, Larry Sample, Corey Sample, Jerrod Sample, Mike Sandstrom, John Sanner, Glenn Santone, Tony Sarokon, Steve Sartori, Mark Sasson, Tim Satterfield, Abe Sauve, Jeremy

1949-52 1994-95 1974-75 1959-62 2000 1963 2006-07 2000 1978-81 1985-88 1950-52 1982 1964-65 1976-78 1999 2008-09 1998

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ALL-TIME LETTERMEN Savino, Jeff 1984 Scarnati, John 1964-66 Scavo, Sam 1957-60 Scerbo, Lou 1979-81 Schafer, Matt 2003-06 Scheffler, Craig 1985-86 Schipani, Brian 1991-92 Schmidt, Adam 2004-07 Schmidt, Gregg 1975-77 Schmidtke, Carl 1946-47 Schoppe, David 1989-90 Schreiber, Doug 1988-91 Schrock, Bill 1961-64 Schroyer, John 1974-75 Schubert, Henry 1960-61 Schwabenbauer, Sam 2008 Scott, Bill 1983-84 Scott, Herb 1956-57 Scott, Jim 1951-52 Scott, Matt 2004-07 Scott, Mike 2010 Scruppi, Paul 1982-84 Segal, Morris 1958-59 Seidel, Dave 1982-85 Sellman, Doug 2002 Severance, Zach 2010 Sexton, Don 1956-59 Shafer, Brett 1996 Shaffer, Ben 2002 Shaffer, Frank 1949-51 Shaffer, Jay 1954-55 Shandor, Paul 1972-75 Sharp, Harry 1964-65 Shaub, Henry 1946-47 Shaul, Andy 1946-47 Shaul, Paul 1946-48 Shedrick, Kyle 1999 Sheesley, J.D. 1997 Sheleheda, Bill 1963-64 Shephard, Jason 1996-98 Sherwin, Dan 1966 Shildt, Ken 1979-82 Shimko, Todd 1993, 1995-96 Shope, John 1981 Showrank, Jim 1960-61 Shubik, Joe 2001, 2004 Shugarts, Bret 1982-83 Sikora, Dave 1959-61 Silvestri, Nick 1946-47 Simelis, Jim 1973-74 Simmen, Ben 2010 Simmons, Cliff 1976-77 Simmons, Rickie 2006-07 Simms, Terrill 2006 Singel, Tim 2000 Sitosky, Dave 1971-73 Skelley, Terry 1978-79 Skinner, Mychal 2007-10 Skvarla, Jim 1955-58 Slappy, Joe 2003-04 Sledge, Chris 1991-94 Slosarick, Jim 1953-54 Smart, Josh 1999-02 Smith, Allen 1957-58 Smith, Clair 1966 Smith, Dave 1968-69 Smith, Derrick 1989-90, 1992-93 Smith, Derrick 2003 Smith, Don 1946-47 Smith, Gabe 2001-02 Smith, JeMone 1990-93 Smith, Jermaine 2007-08 Smith, Jim 1994-96 Smith, Justin 1997-98 Smith, Kirk 1978 Smith, Marcus 1991, 1996 Smith, Moe 1966-67, 1969 Smith, Pat 2009-10

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Smith, Paul Smith, Pete Snow, Don Snyder, Tom Sokolovich, George Sommer, Jim Spears, Paul Spence, Jim Spence, Justin Spiedel, Roger Spigelmeyer, Cosie Sprankle, John St. Paul, Richard Stahl, Jeff Stahura, Andy Stair, George Stampler, Francis Stark, George Stefani, Paul Stennett, Tink Steppling, Jim Stern, Jared Stevenson, Rich Stevenson, Richard Stewart, Jimmy Stewart, Ken Stewart, Mike Stewart, Omar Stillmak, Scott Straka, Randy Stramanak, Don Stranko, Bob Stroup, Boyd Stroup, Ken Strouse, Bob Stuart, John Suber, James Sullivan, Tim Suman, Bob Summits, Jeff Sumpter, Marcellus Suter, Mike Swauger, J. C. Swearinger, Chad Szymanski, Eugene

1948-49 2004 1996-99 1996-97 1949-52 1980-81 1946-48 1982-83 2002-04 1951-53 2005-08 1958-59 1996-98 1980-82 1946-47 1967-68 1949-51 1968-69 1984 1997-98, 2000 1968-70 2004-05 1988-91 1953-56 2007 1952-54 1977 1992-95 1983-86 1978-79 1958-61 1965-67 1946-48 1977-78 1966-68 1992-95 1995-96 1971-73 1988-90 2003 1996 1976-77 1948 2004-06 1956-57

T Taddie, John 1948-50 Tangretti, Tom 1964-65 Taranto, Paul 2000 Tate, Bob 1966-68 Tate, Dave 1977-78 Tate, John 1963-65 Taylor, Grandvell 1997-98, 2000 Taylor, John 1959-60 Taylor, Tim 1986-87 Taylor, Tomar 1991-92 Telenko, Josh 2000-03 Terlesky, Steve 2001-02 Tevelonis, Richard 1961-62 Tezza, Joe 1946-47 Thomas, Alvin 1989-90 Thomas, J.R. 2001-02 Thomas, J.T. 1977 Thomas, Jim 1970-71 Thomas, Rory 2003-04, 2006-07 Thomas, Toby 1992, 1996 Thompson, Bill 1982-84 Thompson, Dan 1983-85 Thompson, Dave 1971-74 Thompson, Paul 1984-87 Thomson, Dave 1949-52 Thornton, Carl 2009-10 Threats, Barry 1996-98 Throm, Terry 1994-97 Timo, John 1970-72 Tindell, Jet 1997-99, 2001 Tirado, Jason 1997-98

Tisdale, Quincy Tocco, Anthony Tomasetti, Lou Tomb, Ray Tomb, Thomas Tonga, Joe Totten, Terry Tourdot, Dave Townsend, J.J. Toy, Don Trave, Tony Tremul, Joe Trettel, John Trimmer, Tom Troggio, Gene Truban, Jim Tuck, Harvie Tucker, Nate Turnage, Jeff Turner, Bob Turner, Nate Turner, Theo Tyson, Kamal

1996, 1998-99 1999-02 1981-84 1965-67 1955-58 2009 1978-80 1971, 1973-74 2008 1973-74 1984-87 1951-52 1951-54 1970 1974-75 1949-50 2009-10 2006, 2008-09 1992-95 1946-47 1980-82 1990-93 1991-92

U Uncapher, Jim Unis, Mike Unruh, Ed Urbaniak, Frank Urbanovich, Brent

1985, 1987-89 1981 1966 1987-90 1984

V Vaccaro, Al Vail, Bill Vance, Clifton Vanderneck, Dick Vangrin, Bernard Vangrin, Joe Vargo, Al Vaughn, Jeff Vella, Gary Venzin, Martin Victor, Justin Vilcek, Matt Villarrial, Chris Visnovksy, Andrew Vitalie, Bill Vitalie, John Vogt, Jim Vogt, Jon Voithofer, Jason Volpe, Joe Vosovic, Larry

1962-64 1977-78 1992 1973-74 1957-58 1956-58 1946-47 2007-10 1970-71 1978-80 2004 1993-94 1992-95 1946-47 1949 1986-87 1968-70 1970 1991-92 1968-69 1960-61

W Wagner, Jermayne 1993-96 Wain, John 1970-71 Waldron, Mike 1996 Walker, Bob 1984-86 Walker, Brandon 2009 Walker, Kraig 2006, 2008-09 Wallace, Dennis 1984 Wallace, Joe 1948-49 Wallace, Nick 2006 Walsh, Brian 1995-97 Walters, Mark 2005 Walton, Darren 1993-96 Ward, Brock 2005-06 Wargo, Bob 1971, 1973 Warning, Jason 2005-06, 2008 Warren, Barry 1971-73 Warren, Justin 2008 Washabaugh, Bill 1987-89 Washington, Terrell 2010 Watson, Mickey 1963-65 Weaver, Jeremy 1994-97 Webb, Sinclair 2004 Weber, Dave 1968-70

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Weidl, Kevin Weinel, Richard Welde, Bob Wells, Myke Wenger, Glenn Wertz, David Wertz, Tom West, Ray Westbrook, Ceasar Whipkey, Bryon Whisner, Mark Whitacre, Brad White, Johnny White, Mike Whittaker, Tanner Wick, Jason Widmar, Jim Wilcox, John Will, Jerry Williams, Ben Williams, Chris Williams, Marc Willis, Tim Wilson, Bob Wilson, Hal Wilson, Len Wilson, Roger Wilson, Terrance Wilson, Troy Wilt, Bill Witter, Ken Wojcik, Mike Wolfe, Jimmy Wolford, Bob Wonsettler, Chuck Wood, Harry Wood, Leo Wood, Neal Woods, Mike Woods, Phillip Woods, Scott Wozniak, Tom Wyatt. Chuck Y Yacamelli, Kerry Yanni, Jack Yokitis, George Young, Keith Young, Leroy Young, Tyre Yurt, P.J. Yusi, Frank Yuvan, Ron Z Zambelli, Carmen Zandier, Richard Zavatsky, John Ziegler, John Ziegler, Neil Zilinskas, Mark Zinobile, Mike Zook, Rob

2002-04, 2006 1946-47 1979 2006-09 1969-71 1946-48 1987 1975-77 2008 1986-89 1979 2004-05 1989-92 2004-06 2003-06 1987 1960-61 1968-70 1966-67 1995 1999-01 2001-03 1997 1978-79 1946-48 1971 1997-00 1998-99 1993 1958-61 2005-08 2006-08 1961-62, 1965 1977 1971, 1973-74 1952-53 2005-08 2002-03 1990-93 1997-98 1991-93 1977-78 1993 1991-94 1967-69 1972 1973-75 1976 2004 2003-05 1960-64 1960-63 1966 1989 1991-94 1968-70 1982-84, 86 1983-86 1990-91 1987-90

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TEAM GAME RECORDS SCORING MOST POINTS SCORED 80 vs. Cheyney, 2007 FEWEST POINTS SCORED 0, 10 times (most recently vs. Bloomsburg, 2005) MOST POINTS ALLOWED 62 vs. Grand Valley State, 2002 FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED 0, 68 times (most recently vs. Edinboro, 2010) MOST POINTS SCORED, BOTH TEAMS 117 vs. Shippensburg, 1996 (IUP 62, Shippensburg 55) FEWEST POINTS SCORED, BOTH TEAMS 3 vs. Westminster, 1982 (Westminster 3, IUP 0) MOST POINTS SCORED IN LOSS 41 vs. Lehigh, 1985 (Lehigh 49, IUP 41)

MOST POINTS SCORED BY DEFEATED OPPONENT 55 vs. Shippensburg, 1996 (IUP 62, Shippensburg 55) MOST POINTS SCORED, ONE HALF 51 vs. Cheyney (first half), 1995 MOST POINTS ALLOWED, ONE HALF 50 vs. Grand Valley State (first half), 2002 LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY 66 vs. Cheyney, 2007 (IUP 80, Cheyney 14) LARGEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT 44 vs. Youngstown State, 1973 (Youngstown State 44, IUP 0) MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 11 vs. Northwood, 1968; vs. Cheyney, 2007

TEAM PASSING MOST ATTEMPTS

52 vs. Clarion, 1979 vs. Clarion, 1992

FEWEST ATTEMPTS

5 vs. California, 2000

MOST ATTEMPTS ALLOWED

55 vs. Millersville, 1999 vs. New Haven, 2003

MOST COMPLETIONS

34 vs. Lehigh, 1985 vs. Shepherd, 2007

FEWEST COMPLETIONS

0 vs. Geneva, 1960 vs. Lock Haven, 1964 vs. Kutztown, 1978

MOST COMPLETIONS ALLOWED

33 vs. Lehigh, 1985

FEWEST COMPLETIONS ALLOWED

0 vs. Shippensburg, 1964 vs. Slippery Rock, 1966

HIGHEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE

89.3 (25 of 28) vs. Millersville, 2008

LOWEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE

18.2 (4 of 22) vs. Edinboro, 1980

MOST YARDS GAINED

483 vs. Shippensburg, 1983

FEWEST YARDS GAINED

0 vs. Geneva, 1960 vs. Lock Haven, 1964 vs. Kutztown, 1978

MOST YARDS ALLOWED

413 vs. Lehigh, 1985

FEWEST YARDS ALLOWED

0 vs. Shippensburg, 1964 vs. Slippery Rock, 1966

MOST TOUCHDOWNS

6 vs. Northwood, 1968; vs. Edinboro 2002

MOST TOUCHDOWNS ALLOWED

5 vs. Lehigh, 1985; vs. Bloomsburg, 2003; vs. California, 2009

MOST INTERCEPTIONS THROWN

6 vs. Liberty, 1982

MOST INTERCEPTIONS MADE

7 vs. Juniata, 1962

PASSING, BOTH TEAMS MOST ATTEMPTS

92 vs. Lehigh, 1985 (IUP 49, Lehigh 43)

FEWEST ATTEMPTS

15 vs. Mansfield, 2006 (IUP 9, Mansfield 6)

MOST COMPLETIONS

67 vs. Lehigh, 1985 (IUP 34, Lehigh 33)

FEWEST COMPLETIONS

4 vs. Slippery Rock, 1966 (IUP 4, Slippery Rock 0)

MOST YARDS GAINED

873 vs. Lehigh, 1985 (IUP 460, Lehigh 413)

FEWEST YARDS GAINED

45 vs. California, 1976 (IUP 28, California 17)

MOST TOUCHDOWNS ALLOWED 8 vs. North Dakota State, 1990; vs. Shippensburg, 1996; vs. Grand Valley State, 2002 MOST FIELD GOALS MADE 4 vs. New Haven, 1995; vs. Shippensburg, 2003; vs. Clarion, 2006; vs. Gannon, 2008 MOST EXTRA POINTS MADE 11 vs. Cheyney, 2007

TOTAL OFFENSE MOST TOTAL YARDS GAINED 695 vs. Slippery Rock, 1994 FEWEST TOTAL YARDS GAINED 44 vs. Geneva, 1960

MOST TOTAL YARDS ALLOWED 659 vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 1994 FEWEST TOTAL YARDS ALLOWED 1 vs. Lock Haven, 2009 MOST TOTAL YARDS GAINED, BOTH TEAMS 1,049 vs. Lehigh, 1985 (IUP 512, Lehigh 537) FEWEST TOTAL YARDS GAINED, BOTH TEAMS 267 vs. Northwood, 1973 (IUP 70, Northwood 197) FIRST DOWNS MOST FIRST DOWNS MADE 35 vs. California, 1994 FEWEST FIRST DOWNS MADE 3 vs. Geneva, 1960; vs. Westminster, 1962 MOST FIRST DOWNS ALLOWED 33 vs. Akron, 1971; vs. Grand Valley State, 2002 FEWEST FIRST DOWNS ALLOWED 3 vs. Ferris State, 1966 RUSHING MOST ATTEMPTS 72 vs. California, 1977 FEWEST ATTEMPTS 20 vs. Youngstown State, 1973; vs. Edinboro, 2008 MOST YARDS GAINED 523 vs. Slippery Rock, 1994 FEWEST YARDS GAINED -28 vs. Hillsdale, 1983 MOST YARDS ALLOWED 472 vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 1994 FEWEST YARDS ALLOWED -52 vs. Edinboro, 1968 MOST YARDS GAINED, BOTH TEAMS 591 vs. Akron, 1971 (Akron 437, IUP 154) MOST TOUCHDOWNS 7 vs. Brockport State, 1968; vs. California, 1993; vs. Clarion, 2008 MOST TOUCHDOWNS ALLOWED 6 vs. Grand Valley State, 2002

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TEAM SEASON RECORDS SCORING MOST POINTS SCORED 542 in 1990 HIGHEST AVERAGE POINTS PER GAME 38.7 (542 points in 14 games) in 1990 FEWEST POINTS SCORED 92 in 1960 LOWEST AVERAGE POINTS PER GAME 11.4 (103 points in 9 games) in 1961 MOST POINTS ALLOWED 298 in 2002 HIGHEST AVERAGE POINTS ALLOWED PER GAME 23.6 (260 points in 11 games) in 1996

FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED 56 in 1962 LOWEST AVERAGE POINTS ALLOWED PER GAME 7.0 (56 points in 8 games) in 1962 MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 74 in 1990 FEWEST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 13 in 1960 and 1976 MOST TOUCHDOWNS ALLOWED 37 in 2002 FEWEST TOUCHDOWNS ALLOWED 8 in 1962

PASSING

MOST ATTEMPTS

404 in 1985

FEWEST ATTEMPTS

101 in 1960

MOST COMPLETIONS

238 in 2007

FEWEST COMPLETIONS

41 in 1960

MOST COMPLETIONS ALLOWED

239 in 1993

FEWEST COMPLETIONS ALLOWED

46 in 1960

HIGHEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE

61.7 (207 of 332) in 2008

LOWEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE

32.3 (42 of 130) in 1961

MOST NET YARDS GAINED

3,129 in 1993

MOST YARDS GAINED PER GAME

272.1 (2,721 yards in 10 games) in 1992

FEWEST NET YARDS GAINED

483 in 1960

FEWEST YARDS GAINED PER GAME

60.4 (483 in 8 games) in 1960

MOST NET YARDS ALLOWED

2,757 in 1996

MOST YARDS ALLOWED PER GAME

250.6 (2,757 yards in 11 games) in 1996

FEWEST NET YARDS ALLOWED

587 in 1960

FEWEST YARDS ALLOWED PER GAME

65.9 (593 yards in 9 games) in 1977

MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED

40 in 2002

FEWEST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED

1 in 1961

MOST TOUCHDOWNS ALLOWED

20 in 1993

FEWEST TOUCHDOWNS ALLOWED

2 in 1962

MOST INTERCEPTIONS THROWN

24 in 1982

FEWEST INTERCEPTIONS THROWN

4 in 1969

MOST INTERCEPTIONS MADE

35 in 1991

FEWEST INTERCEPTIONS MADE

8 in 1973, 2006 and 2009

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE 18 (22 attempts) in 1993 and 1995 MOST FIELD GOALS ALLOWED 13 (17 attempts) in 2002 MOST EXTRA POINTS MADE 66 (70 attempts) in 1990 MOST EXTRA POINTS ALLOWED 32 (33 attempts) in 2007

TOTAL OFFENSE MOST NET YARDS GAINED 6,340 in 1993 MOST YARDS GAINED PER GAME 445.2 (5,787 yards in 13 games) in 1991 FEWEST NET YARDS GAINED 1,434 in 1960 FEWEST YARDS GAINED PER GAME 179.3 (1,434 yards in 8 games) in 1960 MOST NET YARDS ALLOWED 4,453 in 1993 MOST YARDS ALLOWED PER GAME 379.9 (3,799 yards in 10 games) in 1997 FEWEST NET YARDS ALLOWED 1,760 in 1960 FEWEST YARDS ALLOWED PER GAME 203.7 (1,833 yards in 9 games) in 1963 FIRST DOWNS MOST FIRST DOWNS 309 in 1993 MOST FIRST DOWNS PER GAME 23.2 (302 first downs in 13 games) in 1991 FEWEST FIRST DOWNS 83 in 1962 FEWEST FIRST DOWNS PER GAME 10.4 (83 first downs in 8 games) in 1962 MOST FIRST DOWNS ALLOWED 247 in 1993 MOST FIRST DOWNS ALLOWED PER GAME 20.9 (209 first downs in 10 games) in 1997 FEWEST FIRST DOWNS ALLOWED 87 in 1960 FEWEST FIRST DOWNS ALLOWED PER GAME 10.9 (87 first downs in 8 games) in 1960

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TEAM SEASON RECORDS RUSHING

MOST ATTEMPTS 673 in 1990 FEWEST ATTEMPTS 330 in 2008 MOST NET YARDS GAINED 3,211 in 1993 MOST YARDS GAINED PER GAME 247.7 (2,725 yards in 11 games) in 1995 FEWEST NET YARDS GAINED 851 in 1973 FEWEST YARDS GAINED PER GAME 94.6 (851 yards in 9 games) in 1973 MOST NET YARDS ALLOWED 2,092 in 1990 MOST YARDS ALLOWED PER GAME 205.8 (2,058 yards in 10 games) in 2005 FEWEST NET YARDS ALLOWED 761 in 2008 FEWEST YARDS ALLOWED PER GAME 75.1 (826 yards in 11 games) in 1988 HIGHEST AVERAGE PER ATTEMPT 5.86 (1,933 yards in 309 attempts) in 2008 LOWEST AVERAGE PER ATTEMPT 2.75 (851 yards in 309 attempts) in 1973 MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 44 in 1991 FEWEST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 8 in 1973 MOST TOUCHDOWNS ALLOWED 22 in 2002 FEWEST TOUCHDOWNS ALLOWED 4 in 2008

WINS/LOSSES

MOST WINS 13 in 1993 MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS 13 in 1993 MOST LOSSES 7 in 1961 MOST CONSECUTIVE LOSSES 4 in 1961, 2009, 2010 MOST SHUTOUTS 4, four times (most recently in 1991) MOST TIMES SHUTOUT 1, 10 times (most recently in 2005)

MISCELLANEOUS

MOST PUNTS 76 in 1999 FEWEST PUNTS 31 in 1992 HIGHEST PUNTING AVERAGE 41.4 in 1994 LOWEST PUNTING AVERAGE 31.8 in 1967 MOST QUARTERBACK SACKS 56 in 1989 MOST PENALTIES 122 in 1991 MOST PENALTY YARDAGE 1,249 in 1991

PLAYOFF GAME RECORDS RUSHING ATTEMPTS

41 by Aamir Dew vs. Northwood (2000)

RUSHING YARDS

195 by Terrance Wilson vs. Millersville (1999)

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS

4 by Dennis Robinson vs. Grand Valley State (1994)

PASS ATTEMPTS

49 by Andrew Krewatch vs. Shepherd (2007)

PASS COMPLETIONS

34 by Andrew Krewatch vs. Shepherd (2007)

PASSING YARDS

407 by Brian Eyerman vs. Saginaw Valley State (2001)

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS

4 by Andrew Krewatch vs. Shepherd (2007)

RECEPTIONS

13 by Ken Witter vs. Shepherd (2007)

RECEIVING YARDS

207 by Carmelo Ocasio vs. Saginaw Valley State (2001)

RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS

4 by Ken Witter vs. Shepherd (2007)

POINTS SCORED

24 by Dennis Robinson vs. Grand Valley State (1994), by Ken Witter vs. Shepherd (2007)

TOUCHDOWNS SCORED

4 by Dennis Robinson vs. Grand Valley State (1994), by Ken Witter vs. Shepherd (2007)

FIELD GOALS MADE

2, four times (last by Josh Telenko vs. Saginaw Valley State, 2002)

EXTRA POINTS MADE

6 by John Jaworski vs. Winston-Salem State (1990), by Jaworski vs. Virginia Union (1991)

POINTS SCORED BY KICKING

10 (4 PAT, 2 FG) by Mike Geary vs. North Alabama (1993)

TACKLES

18 by Nick Pascarella vs. North Dakota State (1990)

SACKS

2, 13 times (last by Rob Plowman vs. West Chester, 2007)

INTERCEPTIONS

3 by Reece Brown vs. Virginia Union (1991)

PLAYOFF CAREER RECORDS RUSHING ATTEMPTS

179 by Michael Mann (1990-93)

RUSHING YARDS

987 by Michael Mann (1990-93)

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS

9 by Michael Mann (1990-93)

PASS ATTEMPTS

185 by Tony Aliucci (1989-91)

PASS COMPLETIONS

102 by Tony Aliucci (1989-91)

PASSING YARDS

1677 by Tony Aliucci (1989-91)

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS

12 by Tony Aliucci (1989-91) by Brian Eyerman (1999-02)

RECEPTIONS

43 by Jai Hill (1988-91)

RECEIVING YARDS

856 by Jai Hill (1988-91)

RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS

8 by Jai Hill (1988-91)

POINTS SCORED

54 by Michael Mann (1990-93)

TOUCHDOWNS SCORED

9 by Michael Mann (1990-93)

FIELD GOALS MADE

3 by Rob Grims (1989-90); by Mike Geary (1993)

EXTRA POINTS MADE

16 by John Jaworski (1990-91) by Mike Geary (1993)

POINTS SCORED BY KICKING

25 (16 PAT, 3 FG) by Mike Geary (1993)

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TEAM HIGHS & LOWS POINTS SCORED (SINCE 1927) PTS OPPONENT (YEAR) 1. 80 vs. Cheyney (2007) 2. 75 vs. Northwood (1968) 3. 66 vs. Clarion (2008) 4. 65 vs. West Virginia Tech (1990) 5. 63 vs. Millersville (2008) 63 vs. Lock Haven (2010) 7. 62 vs. Slippery Rock (1990) 62 vs. California (1994) 62 vs. Slippery Rock (1994) 62 vs. Shippensburg (1995) 62 vs. Shippensburg (1996) 12. 59 vs. Lock Haven (1975) 13. 58 vs. Edinboro (1968) 58 vs. Southern Connecticut (1989) 58 vs. Cheyney (1995) 16. 57 vs. Ferris State (1965) 17. 56 vs. Clarion (1984) 56 vs. Virginia Union (1991) 19. 20. 25.

55 54 54 54 54 54 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 52

vs. Lock Haven (1990) vs. Edinboro (1935) vs. Clarion (1989) vs. Towson State (1991) vs. Kutztown (1993) vs. Edinboro (2002) vs. Clarion (1927) vs. Edinboro (1984) vs. Slippery Rock (1989) vs. Shippensburg (1991) vs. Lock Haven (1993) vs. California (1993) vs. Lock Haven (1994) vs. Clarion (1998) vs. Lock Haven (2004)

FEWEST POINTS SCORED (SINCE 1960) OPP IUP (YEAR) Geneva 19 IUP 0 (1960) Geneva 6 IUP 0 (1961) Youngstown St. 44 IUP 0 (1973) Shippensburg 21 IUP 0 (1976) Clarion 17 IUP 0 (1978) Clarion 15 IUP 0 (1980) Westminster 3 IUP 0 (1982) Edinboro 37 IUP 0 (1989) Northwood 28 IUP 0 (2000) Bloomsburg 27 IUP 0 (2005)

MOST FIRST DOWNS 1D OPPONENT (YEAR) 1. 35 California (1994) 2. 33 East Stroudsburg (1991) 33 California (1993) 4. 31 Clarion (1983) 31 Virginia Union (1991) 6. 30 Shippensburg (1965) 30 California (1965) 30 Winston-Salem State (1990) 30 Towson State (1991) 30 Slippery Rock (1994) 30 Lock Haven (2004) FEWEST FIRST DOWNS 1D OPPONENT (YEAR) 1. 3 Geneva (1960) 3 Westminster (1962) 3. 4 Northwood (1973) 4. 6 Slippery Rock (1963) 6 California (1970) 6. 7 Clarion (1961) 7 Edinboro (1962) 7 Delaware (1968) 9. 8 California (1961) 8 Northwood (1972) 8 Westminster (1973) 8 Clarion (1977) 8 Hillsdale (1982) 8 Westminster (1982) 8 West Chester (1987)

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FEWEST PASSING YARDS YDS OPPONENT (YEAR) 1. 0 Geneva (1960) 0 Lock Haven (1964) 0 Kutztown (1978) 4. 15 California (1961) 5. 19 California (2000) 6. 23 California (1963) 7. 26 Slippery Rock (1961) 26 Clarion (1961) 9. 28 California (1976) MOST YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE YDS OPPONENT (YEAR) 1. 695 Slippery Rock (1994) 2. 634 Millersville (2008) 3. 618 Shippensburg (1996) 4. 615 West Virginia Tech (1990) 5. 602 California (1993) 6. 598 California (1994) 7. 595 Shippensburg (1995) 8. 592 Winston-Salem State (1990) 9. 590 Edinboro (1984) 10. 588 Shippensburg (1965) 11. 587 Clarion (2008)

MOST RUSHING YARDS YDS OPPONENT (YEAR) 1. 523 Slippery Rock (1994) 2. 433 East Stroudsburg (2006) 3. 432 California (1994) 4. 421 California (1993) 5. 406 Lock Haven (1995) 6. 381 Millersville (1990) 381 California (1995) 8. 377 California (2000) 9. 374 California (1977) 10. 372 Slippery Rock (2004)

FEWEST YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE YDS OPPONENT (YEAR) 1. 44 Geneva (1960) 2. 52 Edinboro (1960) 52 Westminster (1962) 4. 70 Northwood (1973) 5. 94 Edinboro (1981) 6. 101 Akron (1970) 7. 110 Edinboro (1961) 8. 116 Gannon (2009) 9. 119 Clarion (1961) 10. 120 California (1970)

FEWEST RUSHING YARDS YDS OPPONENT (YEAR) 1. -28 Hillsdale (1983) 2. -9 Clarion (1975) 3. -8 Hillsdale (1982) 4. 5 Westminster (1962) 5. 10 California (1970) 6. 12 Youngstown State (1973) 7. 13 New Haven (1997) 8. 16 Westminster (1978) 9. 19 Akron (1970) 19 Clarion (1996)

Jeff Turnage

MOST PASSING YARDS YDS OPPONENT (YEAR) 1. 483 Shippensburg (1983) 2. 460 Lehigh (1985) 3. 407 Saginaw Valley State (2001) 4. 402 Clarion (1985) 5. 400 Shippensburg (1996) 6. 378 Shepherd (2007) 7. 377 Saginaw Valley State (2002) 8. 367 Towson State (1985) 9. 365 Shippensburg (1995) 10. 362 Clarion (1993)

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OPPONENT HIGHS & LOWS 40+ POINTS SCORED (SINCE 1927) PTS OPPONENT (YEAR) 1. 62 Grand Valley State (2002) 2. 55 Shippensburg (1996) 3. 54 Westminster (1956) 4. 52 Slippery Rock (1999) 52 Catawba (2004) 6. 51 North Dakota State (1990) 7. 50 Ohio (1957) 8. 49 Akron (1970) 49 Lehigh (1985) 49 Clarion (1996) 11. 47 Bloomsburg (2010) 12. 46 Texas A&M-Kingsville (1994) 13. 45 Gannon (2010) 14. 44 Youngstown State (1973) 15. 43 Central State (1994) 43 New Haven (1997) 17. 41 Clarion (1953) 41 Lock Haven (1981) 41 North Alabama (1993) 41 Bloomsburg (2007) 41 Shepherd (2007) 41 California (2009) FEWEST POINTS SCORED (SINCE 1990) IUP SCORE OPP SCORE (YEAR) IUP 42 Clarion 0 (1990) IUP 42 Towson State 0 (1990) IUP 38 Millersville 0 (1990) IUP 48 Winston-Salem State 0 (1990) IUP 34 East Stroudsburg 0 (1991) IUP 47 Shippensburg 0 (1991) IUP 38 Slippery Rock 0 (1991) IUP 47 Millersville 0 (1991) IUP 44 Lock Haven 0 (1992) IUP 52 Lock Haven 0 (1994) IUP 58 Cheyney 0 (1995) IUP 38 Lock Haven 0 (1995) IUP 31 California 0 (1998) IUP 26 Clarion 0 (1999) IUP 35 Lock Haven 0 (2000) IUP 42 Lock Haven 0 (2001) IUP 41 California 0 (2001) IUP 42 West Virginia Tech 0 (2003) IUP 17 Shippensburg 0 (2004) IUP 45 Millersville 0 (2007) IUP 30 Shippensburg 0 (2007) IUP 41 C.W. Post 0 (2008) IUP 45 Lock Haven 0 (2009) IUP 17 Slippery Rock 0 (2010) IUP 18 Edinboro 0 (2010)

MOST FIRST DOWNS 1D OPPONENT (YEAR) 1. 33 Akron (1971) 33 Grand Valley State (2002) 3. 32 Bloomsburg (2003) 4. 31 Texas A&M-Kingsville (1994) 31 East Stroudsburg (1997) 6. 30 Lehigh (1985) 7. 29 West Chester (1998) 8. 27 C.W. Post (1967) 27 Central State (1994) FEWEST FIRST DOWNS 1D OPPONENT (YEAR) 1. 3 Ferris State (1966) 2. 4 Westminster (1963) 4 Lock Haven (1998) 4. 5 Lock Haven (1963) 5 Shippensburg (1964) 5 Edinboro (1966)

5 5 5

Frederick (1967) Edinboro (1976) Slippery Rock (2001)

MOST RUSHING YARDS YDS OPPONENT (YEAR) 1. 472 Texas A&M-Kingsville (1994) 2. 448 North Dakota State (1990) 3. 437 Akron (1971) 4. 432 North Dakota State (1990) 5. 359 North Alabama (1993) 6. 347 Lock Haven (1981) 7. 340 Lock Haven (1977) 8. 323 Shippensburg (1981) 9. 320 East Stroudsburg (1964) 10. 308 Edinboro (1970) FEWEST RUSHING YARDS YDS OPPONENT (YEAR) 1. -52 Edinboro (1968) 2. -32 Lock Haven (2009) 3. -24 Shippensburg (1991) 4. -23 C.W. Post (1968) 5. -21 Juniata (1962) 6. -16 Shippensburg (2007) 7. -13 Bloomsburg (1989) 8. -7 New Haven (2003) 9. -6 Mercyhurst (2008) 10. -5 Clarion (1999)

MOST PASSING YARDS YDS OPPONENT (YEAR) 1. 413 Lehigh (1985) 2. 360 C.W. Post (1981) 3. 356 Kutztown (2009) 4. 351 Edinboro (1990) 5. 349 West Chester (1993) 6. 344 Shippensburg (1982) 344 Mercyhurst (2010) 8. 342 Millersville (1999) 9. 332 California (1990) 10. 328 Saginaw Valley State (2001) FEWEST PASSING YARDS YDS OPPONENT (YEAR) 1. 0 Shippensburg (1964) 0 Slippery Rock (1966) 3. 6 Mansfield (2006) 4. 7 Edinboro (1966) 5. 10 Slippery Rock (1965) 6. 11 Edinboro (1964) 11 Slippery Rock (1968) 8. 13 Youngstown State (1999) 9. 16 Ferris State (1965) 16 Millersville (2007) MOST YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE YDS OPPONENT (YEAR) 1. 659 Texas A&M-Kingsville (1994) 2. 627 North Dakota State (1990) 3. 550 Bloomsburg (2003) 4. 540 East Stroudsburg (1997) 5. 538 Clarion (1996) 6. 537 Lehigh (1985) 537 North Alabama (1993) 8. 526 Grand Valley State (2002) 9. 519 Kutztown (2009) 10. 517 Edinboro (1990) FEWEST YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE YDS OPPONENT (YEAR) 1. 1 Lock Haven (2009) 2. 30 Edinboro (1968) 3. 51 Edinboro (1966) 51 California (1976) 5. 71 Bloomsburg (1989) 6. 79 Lock Haven (1963) 7. 80 Lock Haven (2008) 8. 85 Lock Haven (1976) 9. 96 Clarion (1986) 10. 97 Shippensburg (1964)

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IUP RUSHING RECORDS MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS - GAME PLAYER vs. OPP (YEAR) ATT 1. Michael Mann vs. Edinboro (1993) 44 2. Aamir Dew vs. Northwood (2000) 41 3. Larry Monsilovich vs. Shippensburg (1970) 40 4. James Suber vs. Lock Haven (1996) 38 5. Dan Cox vs. C.W. Post (1968) 37 Aamir Dew vs. Slippery Rock (2001) 37 Mike Jemison vs. Millersville (2004) 37 8. James Suber vs. Bloomsburg (1996) 36 Chris Morgan vs. Shippensburg (2005) 36 10. Dennis Robinson vs. Shippensburg (1994) 35 James Suber vs. Slippery Rock (1996) 35 James Suber vs. New Haven (1996) 35 Terrance Wilson vs. West Chester (1999) 35 MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS - SEASON PLAYER YEAR 1. Michael Mann 1993 2. James Suber 1996 3. Chris Morgan 2005 4. Dennis Robinson 1994 5. Terrance Wilson 1999 6. Aamir Dew 2001 7. Harvie Tuck 2010 8. Mike Jemison 2003 9. Aamir Dew 2000 10. Larry Monsilovich 1971

ATT 373 333 282 270 248 238 229 220 210 206

MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS - CAREER PLAYER YEARS 1. Michael Mann 1990-93 2. Chris Morgan 2003-06 3. Aamir Dew 1999-01 4. Dan Cox 1966-69 5. Steve Girting 1985-88 6. Larry Monsilovich 1969-71 7. Dave Seidel 1982-85 8. Dennis Robinson 1994-95 9. James Suber 1995-96 10. Terrance Wilson 1998-99

ATT 849 680 620 522 510 509 489 450 436 429

MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS - SEASON PLAYER YEAR TDS 1. Michael Mann 1993 19 2. Dennis Robinson 1994 18 3. Larry Monsilovich 1971 17 4. James Suber 1996 17 5. Michael Mann 1991 15 6. Rick Johnson 1975 14 7. Steve Girting 1988 14 8. Ken Rock 1989 14 9. Chris Morgan 2006 14 10. Tobias Robinson 2008 13 MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS - CAREER PLAYER YEARS TDS 1. Michael Mann 1990-93 48 2. Chris Morgan 2003-06 34 3. Steve Girting 1985-88 33 4. Dan Cox 1966-69 32 5. Larry Monsilovich 1969-71 32 6. Aamir Dew 1999-01 31 7. Dennis Robinson 1994-95 30 8. Rick Johnson 1973-75 23 9. Ken Rock 1989-90 23 10. James Suber 1995-96 23

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MOST RUSHING YARDS - GAME PLAYER vs. OPP (YEAR) YDS 1. Chris Morgan vs. East Stroudsburg (2006) 286 2. Chris Morgan vs. Lock Haven (2004) 266 3. James Suber vs. Lock Haven (1996) 261 4. Larry Monsilovich vs. Shippensburg (1970) 241 5. James Suber vs. New Haven (1996) 229 Tobias Robinson vs. Clarion (2008) 229 7. Larry Monsilovich vs. Hillsdale (1971) 224 Mike Jemison vs. Millersville (2004) 224 9. Michael Mann vs. Edinboro (1993) 219 10. Harvie Tuck vs. Lock Haven (2009) 218 11. Dennis Robinson vs. California (1995) 216 12. Tobias Robinson vs. Kutztown (2008) 215 13. Michael Mann vs. Edinboro (1991) 214 14. Dave Cessna vs. Geneva (1965) 213 15. James Suber vs. California (1996) 212 16. Terrance Wilson vs. W.Va. Wesleyan (1998) 211 MOST RUSHING YARDS - SEASON PLAYER YEAR YDS 1. Michael Mann 1993 2027 2. James Suber 1996 1865 3. Dennis Robinson 1994 1597 4. Michael Mann 1991 1452 5. Terrance Wilson 1999 1348 6. Chris Morgan 2006 1318 7. Mike Jemison 2003 1311 8. Chris Morgan 2005 1276 9. Aamir Dew 2001 1244 10. Tobias Robinson 2008 1203 11. Aamir Dew 2000 1191 12. Aamir Dew 1999 1188 13. Harvie Tuck 2010 1134 14. Elice Parker 2002 1125 15. Dennis Robinson 1995 1065 MOST RUSHING YARDS - CAREER PLAYER YEARS 1. Michael Mann 1990-93 2. Chris Morgan 2003-06 3. Aamir Dew 1999-01 4. Dennis Robinson 1994-95 5. James Suber 1995-96 6. Larry Monsilovich 1969-71 7. Terrance Wilson 1998-99 8. Steve Girting 1985-88 9. Tobias Robinson 2006, 2008-10 10. Tink Stennett 1997-00 11. Dave Seidel 1982-85 12,. Dan Cox 1966-69 13. Dave Cessna 1963-66 14. Mike Jemison 2003-04 15. Harvie Tuck 2009-present 16. Charles Peoples 1989-92

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YDS 4805 3817 3623 2662 2565 2478 2255 2236 2179 2125 2117 1936 1916 1767 1674 1618

From top: Aamir Dew, Steve Girting, Mike Jemison, Lynn Hieber, James Suber


IUP PASSING RECORDS MOST PASS ATTEMPTS - GAME PLAYER vs. OPP (YEAR) 1. Scott Woods vs. Clarion (1992) 2. Bob McFarland vs. Clarion (1979) 3. Rich Ingold vs. West Chester (1983) Andrew Krewatch vs. California (2007) 5. Lynn Hieber vs. Westminster (1975) Rich Ingold vs. Lehigh (1985) Andrew Krewatch vs. Shepherd (2007) Andrew Krewatch vs. Gannon (2008) 9. Lynn Hieber vs. California (1973) 10. Rich Ingold vs. Towson State (1985)

ATT 52 51 50 50 49 49 49 49 47 45

MOST PASS COMPLETIONS - GAME PLAYER vs. OPP (YEAR) 1. Rich Ingold vs. Lehigh (1985) Andrew Krewatch vs. Shepherd (2007) 3. Lynn Hieber vs. California (1973) Bob McFarland vs. Clarion (1979) 5. Rich Ingold vs. West Chester (1983) Rich Ingold vs. Towson State (1985) Andrew Krewatch vs. Slippery Rock (2007) Andrew Krewatch vs. Gannon (2008) 9. Rich Ingold vs. Clarion (1983) Andrew Krewatch vs. Kutztown (2008)

COMP 34 34 28 28 27 27 27 27 26 26

MOST PASS ATTEMPTS - SEASON PLAYER YEAR 1. Andrew Krewatch 2007 2. Rich Ingold 1985 3. Scott Woods 1993 4. Rich Ingold 1983 5. Andrew Krewatch 2008 6. Lynn Hieber 1975 7. Paul Failla 1998 8. Terry Throm 1997 9. Brian Eyerman 2002 10. Scott Woods 1992

ATT 391 375 336 333 320 300 297 295 290 288

MOST PASS COMPLETIONS - SEASON PLAYER YEAR 1. Andrew Krewatch 2007 2. Rich Ingold 1985 3. Andrew Krewatch 2008 4. Scott Woods 1993 5. Rich Ingold 1983 6. Brian Eyerman 2002 7. Jim Pehanick 1988 8. Scott Woods 1992 9. Terry Throm 1997 10. Terry Throm 1996

CMPS 237 219 201 194 189 173 171 171 170 165

MOST PASS ATTEMPTS - CAREER PLAYER YEARS 1. Andrew Krewatch 2005, 2007-09 2. Brian Eyerman 1999-02 3. Rich Ingold 1983-85 4. Tony Aliucci 1988-91 5. Bob McFarland 1978-80 6. Scott Woods 1991-93 7. Kevin Weidl 2002-04, 2006 8. Lynn Hieber 1972-75 9. Jim Pehanick 1985-88 10. Scott McGuigan 1980-83 Terry Throm 1994-97

ATT 1135 959 852 766 734 719 717 707 615 585 585

MOST PASS COMPLETIONS - CAREER PLAYER YEARS 1. Andrew Krewatch 2005, 2006-09 2. Brian Eyerman 1999-02 3. Rich Ingold 1983-85 4. Tony Aliucci 1988-91 5. Scott Woods 1991-93 6. Kevin Weidl 2002-04, 2006 7. Lynn Hieber 1972-75 8. Jim Pehanick 1985-88 9. Bob McFarland 1978-80 10. Terry Throm 1994-97

ATT 638 536 499 452 413 374 371 355 344 340

HIGHEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE - SEASON (MINIMUM 100 ATTEMPTS) PLAYER YEARS ATT 1. Tony Aliucci 1988-91 766 2. Rich Ingold 1983-85 852 3. Terry Throm 1994-97 585 4. Jim Pehanick 1985-88 615 5. Scott Woods 1991-93 719 6. Andrew Krewatch 2005, 2006-09 1135 7. Brian Eyerman 1999-02 959 8. Bob Kiel 1984-86 378 9. Lynn Hieber 1972-75 707 10. Kevin Weidl 2002-04, 2006 717

COMP PCT 452 .590 499 .586 340 .581 355 .577 413 .574 638 .562 536 .559 208 .550 371 .525 374 .522

HIGHEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE - CAREER (MINIMUM 200 ATTEMPTS) PLAYER YEARS ATT 1. Tony Aliucci 1988-91 766 2. Rich Ingold 1983-85 852 3. Terry Throm 1994-97 585 4. Jim Pehanick 1985-88 615 5. Scott Woods 1991-93 719 6. Andrew Krewatch 2005, 2006-09 1135 7. Brian Eyerman 1999-02 959 8. Bob Kiel 1984-86 378 9. Lynn Hieber 1972-75 707 10. Kevin Weidl 2002-04, 2006 717

COMP PCT 452 .590 499 .586 340 .581 355 .577 413 .574 638 .562 536 .559 208 .550 371 .525 374 .522

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IUP PASSING, TOTAL OFFENSE RECORDS MOST PASSING YARDS - GAME PLAYER vs. OPP (YEAR) ATT 1. Rich Ingold vs. Lehigh (1985) 460 2. Brian Eyerman vs. Saginaw Valley State (2001) 407 3. Rich Ingold vs. Shippensburg (1983) 403 4. Terry Throm vs. Shippensburg (1996) 400 5. Andrew Krewatch vs. Shepherd (2007) 378 6. Brian Eyerman vs. Saginaw Valley State (2002) 377 7. Rich Ingold vs. Towson State (1985) 367 8. Rich Ingold vs. Clarion (1985) 364 9. Scott Woods vs. Clarion (1993) 353 10. Scott Woods vs. West Chester (1993) 350

MOST PASSING INTERCEPTIONS - SEASON PLAYER YEAR 1. Scott McGuigan 1982 2. Rich Ingold 1985 3. Bob McFarland 1979 Bob McFarland 1980 5. Jim Pehanick 1988 6. Bob Kiel 1986 Jim Pehanick 1987 Scott Woods 1992 Andrew Krewatch 2005 Bo Napoleon 2010

INTS 23 18 17 17 15 14 14 14 14 14

MOST PASSING YARDS - SEASON PLAYER YEAR 1. Andrew Krewatch 2007 2. Scott Woods 1993 3. Rich Ingold 1985 4. Brian Eyerman 2002 5. Scott Woods 1992 6. Terry Throm 1996 7. Andrew Krewatch 2008 8. Brian Eyerman 2001 9. Tony Aliucci 1990 10. Tony Aliucci 1989

YDS 3100 2856 2760 2724 2580 2519 2449 2416 2414 2413

MOST PASSING INTERCEPTIONS - CAREER PLAYER YEARS 1. Bob McFarland 1978-80 2. Andrew Krewatch 2005-09 3. Brian Eyerman 1999-02 4. Scott McGuigan 1980-83 5. Rich Ingold 1983-85 6. Kevin Weidl 2002-06 7. Jim Pehanick 1985-88 8. Tony Aliucci 1988-91 9. Scott Woods 1991-93 10. Lynn Hieber 1972-75

INT 47 43 38 37 36 35 32 30 29 27

MOST PASSING YARDS - CAREER PLAYER YEARS 1. Brian Eyerman 1999-02 2. Andrew Krewatch 2005-09 3. Tony Aliucci 1988-91 4. Rich Ingold 1983-85 5. Scott Woods 1991-93 6. Kevin Weidl 2002-06 7. Lynn Hieber 1972-75 8. Jim Pehanick 1985-88 9. Terry Throm 1994-97 10. Bob McFarland 1978-80

YDS 8409 8220 7332 6454 6133 5594 4941 4874 4688 4534

MOST PASSING TOUCHDOWNS - SEASON PLAYER YEAR TDS 1. Brian Eyerman 2002 36 2 Andrew Krewatch 2007 29 3. Tony Aliucci 1990 27 4. Rich Ingold 1985 23 Scott Woods 1993 23 6. Brian Eyerman 2001 22 Andrew Krewatch 2008 22 8. Terry Throm 1996 21 9. Tony Aliucci 1989 20 Scott Woods 1992 20 MOST PASSING TOUCHDOWNS - CAREER PLAYER YEARS TDS 1. Brian Eyerman 1999-02 84 2. Andrew Krewatch 2005, 2006-09 68 3. Tony Aliucci 1988-91 65 4. Kevin Weidl 2002-04, 2006 50 5. Rich Ingold 1983-85 49 6. Scott Woods 1991-93 47 7. Jim Pehanick 1985-88 35 8. Terry Throm 1994-97 32 9. Lynn Hieber 1972-75 30

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MOST YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE - GAME PLAYER vs. OPP (YEAR) YDS 1. Rich Ingold vs. Lehigh (1985) 452 (460 pass, -8 rush) 2. Brian Eyerman vs. Saginaw Valley State (2001) 401 (407 pass, -6 rush) 3. Rich Ingold vs. Shippensburg (1983) 393 (403 pass, -10 rush) 4. Terry Throm vs. Shippensburg (1996) 389 (400 pass, -11 rush) 5. Andrew Krewatch vs. Shepherd (2007) 377 (378 pass, -1 rush) 6. Scott Woods vs. Clarion (1993) 370 (353 pass, 17 rush) 7. Brian Eyerman vs. Saginaw Valley State (2002) 366 (377 pass, -11 rush) 8. Rich Ingold vs. Slippery Rock (1984) 347 (348 pass, -1 rush) 9. Scott Woods vs. West Chester (1993) 347 (350 pass, -3 rush) 10. Rich Ingold vs. Edinboro (1984) 339 (275 pass, 64 rush) Lynn Hieber vs. Lock Haven (1974) 339 (261 pass, 78 rush) MOST YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE - SEASON PLAYER YEAR 1. Andrew Krewatch 2007 2. Scott Woods 1993 3. Scott Woods 1992 4. Rich Ingold 1985 5. Brian Eyerman 2002 6. Lynn Hieber 1975 7. Andrew Krewatch 2008 8. Lynn Hieber 1974 9. Tony Aliucci 1991 10. Terry Throm 1996

RUSH -51 22 -39 -228 -219 324 -21 426 -44 -192

PASS 3100 2856 2580 2760 2724 2179 2449 1948 2384 2519

YDS 3049 2878 2541 2532 2505 2503 2428 2374 2340 2327

MOST YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE - CAREER PLAYER YEARS 1. Andrew Krewatch 2005, 2007-09 2. Brian Eyerman 1999-02 3. Tony Aliucci 1988-91 4. Rich Ingold 1983-85 5. Scott Woods 1991-93 6. Lynn Hieber 1972-75 7. Kevin Weidl 2002-04, 2006 8. Michael Mann 1990-93 9. Jim Pehanick 1985-88

RUSH -171 -630 -298 -309 -28 852 156 4805 -238

PASS 8220 8409 7332 6454 6133 4941 5594 0 4874

YDS 8043 7779 7034 6145 6105 5793 5750 4805 4636

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IUP RECEIVING RECORDS MOST RECEPTIONS - GAME PLAYER vs. OPP (YEAR) 1. Terry Skelley vs. Clarion (1979) 2. Len Pesotini vs. Westminster (1975) 3. Carmelo Ocasio vs. Millersville (2001) Ken Witter vs. Shepherd (2007) 5. Dave Seidel vs. Lehigh (1985) 6. Len Pesotini vs. Lock Haven (1975) John McCutcheon vs. California (1974) 8. John Burlas vs. East Stroudsburg (1981) Jim Spence vs. Shippensburg (1983) Bill Thompson vs. West Chester (1983) Bill Thompson vs. Slippery Rock (1984) Gary Milanovich vs. California (1965) JeMone Smith vs. New Haven (1993) Lewis Hicks vs. Shippensburg (1997) Lewis Hicks vs. New Haven (1997) Carmelo Ocasio vs. Saginaw Valley State (2001) Ken Witter vs. Bloomsburg (2007) Ken Witter vs. West Chester (2007) Ken Witter vs. Kutztown (2008)

MOST RECEIVING YARDS - GAME PLAYER vs. OPP (YEAR) 1. Jim Spence vs. Shippensburg (1983) 2. Carmelo Ocasio vs. Millersville (2001) 3. Terry Skelley vs. Clarion (1979) 4. Carmelo Ocasio vs. Saginaw Valley State (2001) 5. J.R. Thomas vs. Edinboro (2001) 6. Carmelo Ocasio vs. California (2001) 7. Mario Hardison vs. Shippensburg (1996) 8. Gregg Brenner vs. Slippery Rock (1984) 9. Gary Milanovich vs. California (1965) 10. Ken Witter vs. Shepherd (2007)

REC 15 14 13 13 12 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

MOST RECEPTIONS - SEASON PLAYER YEAR 1. Len Pesotini 1975 2. Ken Witter 2007 3. Ken Witter 2008 4. Jai Hill 1990 Carmelo Ocasio 2002 6. Terry Skelley 1979 Lewis Hicks 1997 8. Bill Thompson 1984 9. Jai Hill 1989 Carmelo Ocasio 2001

REC 74 67 66 60 60 59 59 58 57 57

MOST RECEPTIONS - CAREER PLAYER YEARS 1. Jai Hill 1988-91 2. Carmelo Ocasio 1999-02 3. Ken Witter 2005-08 4. Lewis Hicks 1996-98 5. Tony Trave 1984-87 6. JeMone Smith 1990-93 7. Paul Kovell 1987-90 8. Mychal Skinner 2007-10 9. Mario Hardison 1993-96 10. LeRon McCoy 2001-04 11. Len Pesotini 1973-75 12. Bill Thompson 1982-84

REC 214 165 153 139 130 129 128 127 118 110 108 101

MOST RECEIVING YARDS - SEASON PLAYER YEAR 1. Jai Hill 1990 2. Carmelo Ocasio 2001 3. Jai Hill 1989 4. Len Pesotini 1975 5. Jai Hill 1991 6. Gregg Brenner 1984 7. Carmelo Ocasio 2002 8. Terry Skelley 1979 9. Tony Trave 1987 10. Mario Hardison 1996

YDS 1183 1122 1108 1088 1052 1009 1002 992 935 928

MOST RECEIVING YARDS - CAREER PLAYER YEARS 1. Jai Hill 1988-91 2. Carmelo Ocasio 1999-02 3. JeMone Smith 1990-93 4. Tony Trave 1984-87 5. Mychal Skinner 2007-10 6. LeRon McCoy 2001-04 7. Mario Hardison 1993-96 8. Lewis Hicks 1996-98 9. Ken Witter 2005-08 10. Paul Kovell 1987-90

YDS 4073 2891 2194 2191 2106 2096 2093 2060 1935 1852

YDS 271 242 215 207 202 194 192 188 182 176

MOST RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS - SEASON PLAYER YEAR TDS 1. Jai Hill 1990 20 2. Carmelo Ocasio 2002 16 3. Tony Trave 1987 13 4. Mario Hardison 1996 11 5. Gregg Brenner 1984 10 Carmelo Ocasio 2001 10 LeRon McCoy 2004 10 8. Darel Patrick 1985 9 Jai Hill 1991 9 Ken Witter 2007 9

Bill Thompson

MOST RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS - CAREER PLAYER YEARS TDS 1. Jai Hill 1988-91 41 2. Carmelo Ocasio 1999-02 34 3. LeRon McCoy 2001-04 25 4. Mario Hardison 1993-96 23 5. Tony Trave 1984-87 21 6. Johnny White 1989-92 17 Ken Witter 2005-08 17 Mychal Skinner 2007-10 17 9. Darel Patrick 1984-86 16

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IUP SCORING RECORDS MOST TOTAL TOUCHDOWNS SCORED - SEASON PLAYER YEAR TDS 1. Michael Mann 1993 21 2. Jai Hill 1990 20 3. Dennis Robinson 1994 19 James Suber 1996 19 5. Larry Monsilovich 1971 17 Michael Mann 1991 17 7. Carmelo Ocasio 2002 16 8. Larry Monsilovich 1970 15 Chris Morgan 2006 15 10. Rick Johnson 1975 14 Steve Girting 1988 14 Ken Rock 1989 14 MOST TOTAL TOUCHDOWNS SCORED - CAREER PLAYER YEARS TDS 1. Michael Mann 1990-93 52 2. Jai Hill 1988-91 41 3. Larry Monsilovich 1969-71 37 4. Chris Morgan 2003-06 36 5. Steve Girting 1985-88 34 Carmelo Ocasio 1999-02 34 7. Dan Cox 1966-69 33 8. Aamir Dew 1999-01 32 9. Dennis Robinson 1994-95 31 10. LeRon McCoy 2001-04 28 MOST FIELD GOALS MADE - SEASON PLAYER YEAR FG-FGA 1. Mike Geary 1993 18-22 Jon Ruff 1995 18-22 3. Craig Burgess 2008 16-22 Craig Burgess 2010 16-22 5. Josh Telenko 2003 12-19 6. Nick Wallace 2006 11-13 7. Jay Glymph 1997 10-15 MOST FIELD GOALS MADE - CAREER PLAYER YEARS FG-FGA 1. Craig Burgess 2007-10 47-63 2. John Sandstrom 1985-88 30-54 3. Josh Telenko 2000-03 29-49 4. Jon Ruff 1993-95 24-30 5. Kurt Bowers 1977-80 23-43 Mike Geary 1992-93 23-30 7. Ron Orenak 1971-74 16-32 8. Rob Dominick 1981-84 15-38 Brad Whitacre 2004-05 15-24 10. Bob Tate 1966-68 13-23

MOST EXTRA POINTS MADE - SEASON PLAYER YEAR XP-XPA 1. Mike Geary 1993 64-67 2. Jon Ruff 1994 55-57 3. Josh Telenko 2002 50-52 4. Craig Burgess 2008 46-46 5. John Jaworski 1991 44-54 6. Rob Grims 1989 42-48 7. Rob Grims 1990 40-41 8. John Sandstrom 1985 39-40 9. Jon Ruff 1995 39-41 10. Josh Telenko 2003 39-39 MOST EXTRA POINTS MADE - CAREER PLAYER YEARS XP-XPA 1. Josh Telenko 2000-03 155-162 2. John Sandstrom 1985-88 140-146 3. Craig Burgess 2007-10 135-139 4. Mike Geary 1992-93 102-109 5. Jon Ruff 1993-95 94-98 6. Rob Grims 1988-90 85-93 7. Bob Tate 1966-68 76-82 8. Kurt Bowers 1977-80 75-78 9. Rob Dominick 1981-84 71-79 10. John Jaworski 1990-91 70-83 MOST POINTS SCORED - SEASON PLAYER YEAR 1. Michael Mann 1993 2. Jai Hill 1990 3. Mike Geary 1993 4. James Suber 1996 5. Dennis Robinson 1994 6. Larry Monsilovich 1971 7. Michael Mann 1991 8. Carmelo Ocasio 2002 9. Craig Burgess 2008 10. Jon Ruff 1995

TD XP 21 0 20 0 0 64-67 19 0 19 0 17 0 17 0 16 0 0 46-46 0 39-41

2XP FG PTS 0 0 126 2 0 124 0 18-22 118 1 0 116 0 0 114 0 0 102 0 0 102 0 0 96 0 16-22 94 0 18-22 93

MOST POINTS SCORED - CAREER PLAYER YEARS TD XP 1. Michael Mann 1990-93 52 0 2. Craig Burgess 2007-10 0 135 3. Jai Hill 1988-91 41 0 4. Josh Telenko 2000-03 0 155 5. John Sandstrom 1985-88 0 140 6. Larry Monsilovich 1969-71 37 0 7. Chris Morgan 2003-06 36 0 8. Steve Girting 1985-88 34 0 9. Carmelo Ocasio 1999-02 34 0 10. Dan Cox 1966-69 33 0

2XP FG PTS 0 0 312 0 47 276 2 0 250 0 29 242 0 30 230 0 0 222 0 0 216 0 0 204 0 0 204 2 0 202

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IUP DEFENSE AND SPECIAL TEAMS RECORDS HIGHEST PUNT RETURN AVERAGE - SEASON (MIN. 10 RETURNS) PLAYER YEAR PR YDS AVG 1. Reece Brown 1992 12 196 16.3 2. Barry Ruffner 1967 14 226 16.1 3. Tom Parsha 1960 11 168 15.3 4. Akwasi Owusu-Ansah 2009 11 271 12.9 5. Anthony Rodriguez 2006 10 125 12.5 6. Akwasi Owusu-Ansah 2008 20 242 12.1 CAREER (MIN. 20 RETURNS) PLAYER YEARS 1. Akwasi Owusu-Ansah 2006-09 2. Reece Brown 1989-92 3. Barry Ruffner 1967-69 4. Barry Threats 1996-98 5. Tink Stennett 1997-00 6. Ron Feraco 1970-72 7. Ray West 1974-77

PR YDS AVG 69 788 11.4 34 380 11.2 47 488 10.4 54 550 10.2 22 220 10.0 64 581 9.1 35 316 9.0

HIGHEST KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE - SEASON (MIN. 10 RETURNS) PLAYER YEAR KOR YDS AVG 1. Derrick Smith 2003 10 304 30.4 2. Akwasi Owusu-Ansah 2009 16 462 28.9 3. Tink Stennett 2000 13 375 28.8 4. Charles Peoples 1991 15 404 26.9 5. Tobias Robinson 2010 24 641 26.7 6. Larry Monsilovich 1970 17 442 26.0 7. Ed Gonzales 1977 13 336 25.8 8. J.R. Thomas 2002 16 404 25.2 9. Anthony Rodriguez 2007 21 528 25.1 10. Akwasi Owusu-Ansah 2007 20 499 25.0 CAREER (MIN. 20 RETURNS) PLAYER YEARS 1. J.R. Thomas 2001-02 2. Tink Stennett 1997-00 3. Akwasi Owusu-Ansah 2006-09 4. Tobias Robinson 2006, 2008-10 5. Anthony Rodriguez 2006-07 6. Bill Washabaugh 1987-89 7. Charles Peoples 1989-92

KOR YDS AVG 22 623 28.3 22 602 27.4 49 1282 26.2 30 746 24.9 32 767 24.0 20 470 23.5 41 956 23.3

MOST TACKLES - SEASON (SINCE 1973) PLAYER YEAR 1. Gregg Schmidt 1977 2. Bob Buriak 1984 3. Kevin McMullan 1987 4. John Link 1978 5. Jim Haslett 1978 6. Terry Carroll 1980 7. John Link 1979 8. Bob Buriak 1986 9. George Aggen 1976 10. Jim Haslett 1976 Gregg Schmidt 1976

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MOST TACKLES - CAREER (SINCE 1973) PLAYER YEARS 1. George Aggen 1973-76 2. Gregg Schmidt 1974-77 3. Kevin McMullan 1985-88 4. Jim Haslett 1975-78 5. Bob Buriak 1984-86 6. Mike Borisenko 1998-01 7. Terry Carroll 1978-81 8. Chris Bache 1983-86 9. John Link 1976-79 10. Sean Detwiler 1988-91

TKL 429 421 417 412 400 352 348 337 335 334

MOST INTERCEPTIONS - SEASON PLAYER YEAR 1. Pete Archibald 1962 Kelvin Lewis 1982 Reece Brown 1991 4. Tom Parsha 1960 Paul Neatrour 1966 Dave Baker 1980 Joey Flora 2001 Akwasi Owusu-Ansah 2008 9. Dave Balmert 1970 Dave Balmert 1971

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HIGHEST PUNTING AVERAGE - SEASON (MIN. 25 PUNTS) PLAYER YEAR PUNTS YDS 1. John McGhee 1995 41 1722 2. Jim Haslett 1978 60 2489 3. John McGhee 1994 56 2318 4. Rob Allen 1983 42 1722 5. Rob Allen 1984 45 1774 6. Mike Rairigh 2005 56 2205 7. Brian Burke 2003 43 1690 8. Don Lindich 1964 34 1313 9. Brian Burke 2004 49 1891 10. Matt Danel 1999 74 2831

AVG 42.0 41.5 41.4 41.0 39.4 39.4 39.3 38.6 38.6 38.3

MOST INTERCEPTIONS - CAREER PLAYER YEARS 1. Dave Balmert 1970-72 2. Kenny Moore 1980-83 Reece Brown 1989-92 4. Pete Archibald 1961-63 Paul Neatrour 1963-66 Barry Ruffner 1967-69 7. Kelvin Lewis 1982-84 8. Don Lindich 1961-64 Rich Stevenson 1988-91 Joey Flora 1998-01

CAREER (MIN. 50 PUNTS) PLAYER 1. John McGhee 2. Jim Haslett 3. Rob Allen 4. Ken Haggerty 5. Brian Burke 6. Jay DuPont 7. Chris Filipkowski 8. Matt Danel 9. Mike Rairigh 10. Bob Fulton

AVG 39.6 38.9 38.9 37.6 37.6 37.4 37.0 36.8 36.8 36.7

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OPPONENT GAME RECORDS MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS - GAME OPPOSING PLAYER, TEAM (YEAR) 1. Steve Housler, Lock Haven (1977) 2. Robert Campbell, Findlay (2002) 3. Lester Frye, Edinboro (1990) 4. Roger Graham, New Haven (1994) 5. Larry Jackson, Edinboro (1992) Andre Burke, Edinboro (2004) 7. Lester Frye, Edinboro (1990) Justin Kammrad, Nebraska-Omaha (2003) Jamar Brittingham, Bloomsburg (2005) 10. Bill Smithingell, Northwood (1973) Gary Michaux, California (1975) Ben Fiscus, Clarion (2010)

ATT 45 39 38 37 36 36 35 35 35 34 34 34

175-YARD RUSHING GAMES OPPOSING PLAYER, TEAM (YEAR) 1. Mike Kresovich, Lock Haven (1981) 2. Jamar Brittingham, Bloomsburg (2005) 3. Steve Housler, Lock Haven (1977) 4. David Jansen, Northwest Missouri State (1999) 5. Andre Burke, Edinboro (2004) 6. Marques Glaze, Bloomsburg (2000) 6. Irv Sigler, Bloomsburg (1997) 7. Lester Young, Texas A&M Kingsville (1994) 8. Alfred Thompson, Eastern Kentucky (1972) Gary Michaux, California (1975) Mitchell Clark, Liberty (1982) 11. Robert Campbell, Findlay (2002) 12. Dave Green, Edinboro (1975) 13. Osagie Osunde, West Chester (2005) 14. Brian Satterfield, North Alabama (1993) 15. Alfonso Hoggard, Clarion (2010) 16. Ernie Calhoun, Akron (1971) 17. Mike Ceroli, Bloomsburg (2003) 18. Ed O’Reilly, Slippery Rock (1973)

YDS 318 246 230 221 219 215 203 201 197 197 197 185 183 182 180 179 178 176 175

MOST PASS ATTEMPTS - GAME OPPOSING PLAYER, TEAM (YEAR) 1. Drew Folmar, Millersville (1999) 2. Carl Wright, Virginia Union (1991) Jarrod Furgason, Fairmont State (1996) 4. Travis Rearick, Mercyhurst (2010) 5. Bob McLaughlin, Lock Haven (1995) Wilkie Perez, Glenville State (1998) 7. Kevin Russell, California (1984) 8. Dave MacDonald, West Chester (1993) Jesse Showerda, New Haven (1996) Gabe Maiocco, Shippensburg (2007)

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PASS COMPLETIONS - GAME OPPOSING PLAYER, TEAM (YEAR) 1. Marty Horn, Lehigh (1985) 2. Jarrod Furgason, Fairmont State (1996) Travis Rearick, Mercyhurst (2010) 4. Wilkie Perez, Glenville State (1998) 5. Tom Ehrhardt, C.W. Post (1981) Jesse Showerda, New Haven (1996) 7. Kevin Russell, California (1984) Carl Wright, Virginia Union (1991) Tim Myers, Clarion (1992) Damian Poalucci, East Stroudsburg (1997)

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PASSING YARDS - GAME OPPOSING PLAYER, TEAM (YEAR) 1. Marty Horn, Lehigh (1985) 2. Kevin Morton, Kutztown (2009) 3. Hal Galupi, Edinboro (1990) 4. Dave MacDonald, West Chester (1993) 5. Tim Ebersole, Shippensburg (1982) Travis Rearick, Mercyhurst (2010) 6. Drew Folmar, Millersville (1999) 7. Sam Mannery, California (1990) 8. Matt LaFleur, Saginaw Valley State (2001) 9. Damian Poalucci, East Stroudsburg (1997) Wilkie Perez, Glenville State (1998)

YDS 415 356 351 349 344 344 342 332 328 313 313

RECEPTIONS - GAME OPPOSING PLAYER, TEAM (YEAR) 1. Rennie Benn, Lehigh (1985) 2. Kevin Howard, Towson State (1992) Kevin Ingram, West Chester (1998) Terrance Coon, Mercyhurst (2010) 5. Delius Morris, Central State (1994) Bryan McGinty, Lock Haven (1996) Mike Lelko, Bloomsburg (1998) Shawn Foxworth, Millersville (1999) 9. Ron Corcetti, Clarion (1971) Jim Carr, Slippery Rock (1987) Bernard Ford, Central Florida (1987) Don Meier, California (1990) Diriki Mose, Grand Valley State (1995) Scott Shepherd, Fairmont State (1996) Mike McFetridge, Millersville (1998) Nate Stewart, Slippery Rock (1999) Garvin Graves, California (2002) Jay Hartman, Lock Haven (2010)

REC 14 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

RECEIVING YARDS - GAME OPPOSING PLAYER, TEAM (YEAR) 1. Rennie Benn, Lehigh (1985) 2. Bob Green, Clarion (1984) 3. Ernest Priester, Edinboro (1990) 4. Joe Dowd, Bloomsburg (1985) 5. John Klacik, Lock Haven (1985) 6. Walter Crump, Shippensburg (2006) 7. Bryan McGinty, Lock Haven (1996) Ruvell Martin, Saginaw Valley State (2001) 9. Jim Kubina, California (1999) 10. Paul Kovacs, California (1973)

YDS 266 197 180 173 167 165 162 162 161 160

TOTAL OFFENSE - GAME OPPOSING PLAYER, TEAM (YEAR) 1. Marty Horn, Lehigh (1985) 2. Kevin Morton, Kutztown (2008) 3. Trevor Harris, Edinboro (2007) 4. Hal Galupi, Edinboro (1990) 5. Bob Gibbon, Bucknell (1984) 6. Travis Rearick, Mercyhurst (2010) 7. Dave MacDonald, West Chester (1993) 8. Damian Poalucci, East Stroudsburg (1997) 9. Trevor Harris, Edinboro (2009) 10. Drew Folmar, Millersville (1999)

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IUP IN THE NFL

IUP in the NFL

Dave Smith

Jim Haslett

Chris Villarrial

Leander Jordan

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Linebacker / Defensive End

Offensive Line

Offensive Line

Dave Smith was a two-sport star at IUP and his accomplishments on the football field and basketball court earned him election to the Hall of Fame in 1997. Smith was chosen by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the eighth round of the 1970 NFL Draft. He played three seasons in Pittsburgh and one each for the Houston Oilers and Kansas City Chiefs. With the Steelers he caught 87 passes for 1,219 yards and seven touchdowns. His best year came in 1971 when he made 47 receptions for 663 yards and scored five times.

Jim Haslett has enjoyed a successful career in the NFL as a player as well as a head coach and defensive coordinator. He earned All-America honors three-times, playing from 1975-78, and was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame in 2001. He was picked in the second round of the 1979 NFL Draft by the Buffalo Bills and was named the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year. In 1984 he was selected a member of the Bills’ Silver Anniversary All-Time team. The current defensive coordinator for the Washington Redskins was the head coach of the New Orleans Saints from 2000-05.

Chris Villarrial played at IUP from 1992-95 and twice earned All-America honors while being named the best offensive lineman at the Snow Bowl, the Division II all-star game, as a senior. He was selected in the fifth round of the 1996 NFL Draft by the Chicago Bears. Villarrial played eight seasons in Chicago and three more with the Buffalo Bills. He started a total of 148 games, blocked for a 1,000-yard rusher every season of his career, including NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Anthony Thomas in 2001, and was twice named to the All-Pro team.

Leander Jordan capped his IUP career with an All-America senior season as an offensive guard. A starter for the Indians from 1996-99, Jordan was chosen by the Carolina Panthers in the third round of the April 2000 NFL Draft, the second-highest selection ever from the university. He also played for the Jacksonville Jaguars and San Diego Chargers, seeing action in a total of 37 games including 13 games and nine starts with the Chargers in 2005. Jordan also started five times for the Panthers in his second season in 2001.

John Jones

Kris Griffin

LeRon McCoy

Akwasi Owusu-Ansah

Tight End

Linebacker

Wide Receiver

Defensive Back

John Jones played one season at IUP in 1999 after transferring from Pitt, making 41 catches for 586 yards and four touchdowns to earn second team All-PSAC West honors. His 11-yard touchdown reception from Brian Eyerman gave IUP the lead for good in a 26-21 win over Millersville in the second round of the playoffs. Jones signed a free agent contract with the Baltimore Ravens in April 2000 and was on their Super Bowl winning team the following January. In four seasons in Baltimore he caught eight passes, including one for a touchdown, and made 26 tackles on special teams.

Kris Griffin transferred to IUP from Geneva, playing in the 2002 and 2004 seasons. He made 155 tackles and intercepted three passes, earning AllPSAC West honors both seasons. He signed as an undrafted free agent with Kansas City in 2005 and appeared in 24 games with the Chiefs over the next two seasons, making a total of 25 tackles as a linebacker and on special teams. In 2006 he led the team with 22 special teams tackles. After spending 2007 and 2008 with the Cleveland Browns, he made brief stints with the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2009 and 2010.

LeRon McCoy is among the best receivers in IUP history, ranking high in the school career record book with 110 receptions (10th), 2,096 yards (sixth) and 25 touchdowns (third) from 2001-04. He was a three-time All-PSAC West performer, averaging 19.5 yards per catch on a total of 36 receptions and scored 10 touchdowns as a senior. He was chosen by the Arizona Cardinals in the seventh round of the 2005 NFL Draft and played in 10 games his rookie season, catching 18 passes for 191 yards and a touchdown. He also spent time with the San Francisco 49ers and Houston Texans.

Akwasi Owusu-Ansah became the seventh IUP player selected in the NFL Draft when the Dallas Cowboys took him in the fourth round in 2010. While at IUP, Owusu-Ansah intercepted 10 passes, totaling 222 return yards with one touchdown. He scored a total of nine touchdowns in his career, including four punt returns, three kickoff returns, one interception and one fumble. He ranked 10th in the nation in kickoff return average (29.9) and 15th in punt return average (12.9) in 2009, helping him to several All-American honors.

Pictured, from left: Dave Smith, Chris Villarrial, Jim Haslett, Kris Griffin, LeRon McCoy, Leander Jordan, John Jones and Akwasi Owusu-Ansah.

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IUP SPORTS MEDICINE

SPORTS MEDICINE

THE SPORTS MEDICINE PROGRAM has built a reputation during the past two decades as a model for collegiate athletic training. he IUP staff is respected due to the emphasis it puts on preventive medicine. It is the goal of athletic trainers Frank Trenney, Jessie Baum and Rob Baron to teach athletes how to take care of themselves and do everything they can to prevent serious injury. This includes a drug, alcohol and health education program for all incoming student-athletes. Trenney is in his 18th year at IUP. He graduated from IUP in 1992 and went on to earn his master of science in kinesiology from Indiana University in 1993. Trenney was a graduate assistant at Indiana University and the head athletic trainer at Indiana High School before joining the IUP staff. Baum is in her ninth year at IUP. She graduated from Baldwin-Wallace in 1997 and earned her master’s at Ohio University two years later. Baum has worked professionally with the Long Island Rough Riders soccer team and the Long Island Ducks baseball team before coming to IUP. Baron is in his seventh year at IUP. He graduated from Johnson State College in Vermont in 1999 and earned a master’s degree in exercise science from IUP in 2001. Baron served as the head athletic trainer at Purchase Line High School before joining the IUP staff. Trenney, Baum and Baron are certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Staffing the Center for Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine and serving as team physicians are Dr. Craig McKirgan, Dr. David Bizousky, Dr. Jagadeesha Shetty and Dr. David Wilson. They work closely with Dr. Zane Kirk and the staff of the university’s Pechan Health Center.

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ABOUT IUP

ABOUT IUP OFFERING AN EDUCATION USUALLY found at private universities, IUP has a small-college ambiance with a larger university feel.

he university, which was founded in 1875, has grown into an international ly-known university, drawing its nearly 14,800 enrollment from nearly every state and more than 70 countries. IUP has been recognized in the Princeton Review’s Best 373 Colleges and Universities in its 2011 edition; Kaplan’s Unofficial Insider’s Guide to the 320 Most Interesting Colleges; Dr. Donald Archer’s Cool Colleges for the Hyper-Intelligent, Self-Directed, Late Blooming and Just Plain Different; and Careers and Colleges Magazine’s annual “Great Schools at Great Prices” feature. With four locations in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains (Indiana, Northpointe, Punxsutawney and Monroeville), which are all easily accessible to Pittsburgh and the Middle Atlantic Region, IUP is the largest of the 14 universities in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education and the only one which is authorized to confer doctoral degrees. There are more than 140 undergraduate major fields of study in 45 academic departments. Education is always in the hands of eminently qualified professors, never graduate students. Students work alongside experienced faculty members at all levels of the curriculum, and most classes are small with a ratio approximately 16 to 1. Mentoring and tutoring services are available in many fields. Every major includes a strong liberal studies component, and eligible students in all fields may enroll in IUP’s Robert E. Cook Honors College, an innovative residentialbased program for high-achieving students. Whatever the major, there are many opportunities for internships, student exchange programs and study abroad programs. In addition to being one of the most affordable schools in the nation, more than four out of five IUP students receive some form of financial aid through scholarships, grants and work-study programs.

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ABOUT IUP

ince 1875, when IUP served only 225 students in a single building, it has experienced continuous growth, becoming Pennsylvania’s fifth largest university. The current enrollment is nearly 14,800, with students from nearly every state and more than 70 countries. In 1875, the main campus consisted of 12 acres and one building, John Sutton Hall. Since then, with constant growth, the university now consists of 374 acres and 63 major buildings. In addition to the main campus, IUP operates residential, educational facilities at the Punxsutawney Regional Campus in Jefferson County. The campus totals approximately eight acres consisting of three sites – ­­ a living-learning center at the West End Campus, including a new apartment-style residence hall for approximately 200 students; two buildings at the Academy of Culinary Arts; and the Fairman Centre in downtown Punxsutawney, which opened in 2009. The IUP Northpointe Regional Campus in Armstrong County provides facilities for specialized electro-optics training along with various other undergraduate and graduate-level courses, including nursing and education. Northpointe is a commuter-only campus. IUP also operates a graduate and professional center in Allegheny County, IUP at Monroeville. The Student Cooperative Association owns and operates the Hadley Union Building complex, which is located adjacent to the main campus. The facility contains a large fitness center, several handball and racquetball courts, a food court and catering area, multiple computer lounges, meeting rooms and the IUP Co-op. The Student Cooperative Association also owns and maintains a 280-acre outdoor recreational park that consists of nature trails, a meeting lodge, a ski hut, softball fields and an exercise station trail.

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RESIDENTIAL REVIVAL

TO ENRICH THE QUALITY OF oncampus living, construction began on a Residential Revival project in 2006. The result has been spectacular.

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eginning in May 2006, IUP embarked on a comprehensive revitalization of its housing that will provide space for 3,900 students when the final phase of the project is completed in fall 2010. The $270-million project, the largest of its kind in the nation, has made IUP a school of choice for an expanding number of students. Within these living and learning communities, IUP offers a wide array of specialty floors so that students who share academic interests may live near each other. For those who desire extra quiet, study-intensive floors with stricter noise regulations are available. With information from students themselves on what amenities were most important to them, the Foundation for IUP and the university mapped out an aggressive course of action that has led to replacement of nearly all of the university’s residence halls. There are four different suite configurations with the opportunity to share a suite with one person or three. Students have more control over their privacy since some suites offer single sleeping quarters, and they share a bathroom with only one person. Each floor in the new suites has laundry facilities, a kitchenette and lounge space as well as ample meeting space. Many offices that perform student services are conveniently located in the ground floor of these new buildings. A boulevard-style landscaped street is planned to link downtown Indiana to campus and to the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex.

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