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SCARLET KNIGHTS MANNY

ABREU LB • Jr. • 6-3 • 245 Union Hill HS Union City, N.J.

2010: A Preseason Third Team All-BIG EAST selection by Phil Steele. 2009: Moved from strongside to weakside linebacker prior to season and was second on the depth chart at the position ... saw action in eight games with at least one tackle in seven contests ... assisted on five tackles, including a tackle for loss of two yards vs. Cincinnati (9/7) … 1.0 TFL and three tackles vs. Texas Southern (10/10) … did not play at Army (10/23), ending a streak of 19-straight appearances, dating back to the e 2008 season opener ... a Preseason Fourth Team All-BIG EAST selection by Phil Steele. 2008: Co-starter at strongside linebacker ... started seven games and played in all 13 contests ... made first collegiate start in season opener against Fresno State (9/1) ... posted seven tackles, 1.0 TFL and first career sack against the Bulldogs ... assisted on five tackles against North Carolina (9/11), while adding a TFL ... career-best nine tackles at West Virginia (10/4), including a tackle-for-loss of nine yards ... six tackles at Cincinnati (10/11) ... posted his first career solo sack and first career forced fumble on the same play in the fourth quarter at USF (11/15). 2007: Was in the mix at linebacker before suffering an injury early in the season ... made collegiate debut in season-opener vs. Buffalo (8/30) ... played in two games vs. Buffalo and vs. Norfolk St. (9/15). Prior to Rutgers: One of the top linebacker prospects in the nation … three-year starter at Union City High School for head coach Joe Rotondi … listed as the No. 2 weakside linebacker prospect in the country by Scout.com and the No. 11 outside linebacker nationally by Rivals.com … fourth-rated player in New Jersey according to Rivals.com … rated as the No. 144 prospect in the country by ESPN.com and was a Rivals.com Top 250 recruit … Second Team Associated Press All-State selection … recorded 100 tackles with five sacks, three interceptions and four blocked kicks as a senior … scored eight touchdowns on offense … First-Team AllHudson County selection by the Star-Ledger … one of nine members of the 2007 recruiting class to be invited to play in the NY/NJ High School AllStar Classic at Rutgers Stadium ... born 4/13/88. 2007 2008 2009 Career

GP 2 13 8 23

Solo Ast. Total TFL Sacks FF 1 0 1 1.0 0.0 0 13 20 33 4.0 1.5 1 4 14 18 1.5 0.0 0 18 34 52 6.5 1.5 1

FR 0 0 0 0

INT PBU 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

RETURNING FOR RUTGERS IN 2010 STARTERS RETURNING

STARTERS LOST

Offense (6) Howard Barbieri (Sr., OL) Art Forst (Jr., OL) D.C. Jefferson (So., TE) Joe Martinek (Jr., RB) Mohamed Sanu (So., WR) Tom Savage (So., QB)

Offense (5) Ryan Blaszczyk (OL) Tim Brown* (WR) Jack Corcoran (FB) Anthony Davis* (OL) Kevin Haslam (OL) Defense (5) Ryan D’Imperio (LB) George Johnson (DE) Zaire Kitchen (DB) Devin McCourty* (DB) Damaso Munoz (LB)

Defense (6) Joe Lefeged (Sr., DB) Antonio Lowery (Sr., LB) Charlie Noonan (Sr., DT) David Rowe (Jr., DB) Alex Silvestro (Sr., DE) Scott Vallone (So., DT)

Specialists (1) Andrew DePaola (LS)

Specialists (2) Teddy Dellaganna (Sr., P) San San Te (Jr., PK)

*Denotes 2009 All-BIG EAST Selection

RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS Passing Tom Savage

GP 12

Att. 149

Comp. 285

INT Yards 7 2,211

TD 14

Rushing Joe Martinek Mohamed Sanu De’Antwan Williams

GP 13 13 6

Att. 206 62 44

Yards 967 346 235

Avg. 4.7 5.6 5.3

TD 9 5 1

Long 61 34 44

Receiving Mohamed Sanu Joe Martinek

GP 13 13

Rec. 51 12

Yards 639 140

Avg. 12.5 11.7

TD 3 0

Long 62 27

Scoring San San Te Joe Martinek

GP 13 13

TD 0 9

XP 39 0

Tackles Antonio Lowery Joe Lefeged Alex Silvestro

GP Tackles TFL 10 55 7.5 13 44 2.5 13 42 12.0

FG Points 18-28 93 0 54 Sacks 1.0 1.0 2.0

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SCARLET KNIGHTS BEAU

HOWARD

BACHETY

BARBIERI

OL • So. • 6-4 • 260

OL • Sr. • 6-5 • 304

Babylon HS Babylon, N.Y.

Middletown South HS Leonardo, N.J.

2010: Switched from tight end to the offensive line during spring drills. 2009: Did not see any game action but helped the team prepare as a member of the scout team. 2008: Redshirted as a true freshman. Prior to Rutgers: Three-year varsity letterwinner at Babylon High School for head coach Rick Punzone … only played three years of organized football entering college … served as a blocking tight end in Babylon’s run-oriented offense … also played defensive end where he amassed 50 tackles and eight sacks as a senior … led Babylon to an 8-2 record and the Suffolk County title game in 2007 … registered 40 tackles as a linebacker in just five games of his junior season before a broken arm cut his year short … team went 9-1 and reached the Suffolk County Championship game … Babylon owned a 25-6 record in Bachety’s three seasons … born 8/26/90.

BARBIERI

2009: Starter at both left and right guard ... played in all 13 games with 10 starts, including each of the last eight games of the season at right guard ... entered the year as the co-starter but won the job out-right and started the first two games at left guard before moving over to right guard for the FIU over to right guard for the FIU (9/19), Maryland (9/26) and Texas Southern (10/10) contests ... has started 13 career games. 2008: Served as backup left guard ... saw action at both left and right guard, including three starts at left guard ... appeared in all 13 games ... made first career start at left guard against Morgan State (9/27) ... started the second game of his career, earning the nod at left guard at West Virginia (10/4) ... also appeared at right tackle in the contest ... started third-straight game at left guard at Cincinnati (10/11) ... appeared at right guard in each of the final seven games of the season. 2007: Opened the season as the No. 2 left tackle but was converted to a blocking tight end and changed his number to 84 midway through the season ... moved back to the offensive line toward the end of the regular season and returned to his old number ... made his collegiate debut in season-opener vs. Buffalo (8/30) … appeared in 10 games, including the final seven contests. 2006: Did not see any game action but helped the team prepare as a member of the scout team. Prior to Rutgers: Registered 42 tackles, including 14 solo stops in helping to lead Middletown South to a perfect 11-0 record under the direction of head coach Steve Antonucci ... added two sacks and one forced fumble on the season ... named Third-Team All-Monmouth County by the Star-Ledger ... also a standout on the track and field team, where he placed fourth in the discus at the Shore Conference Championship with a throw of 143-9 ... born 11/7/87.

DID YOU KNOW...

Howard Barbieri has played center, guard and tackle in his time at Rutgers. Barbieri is so versatile that he has even lined up at tight end.


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SCARLET KNIGHTS SORIE

STEVE

BAYOH

BEAUHARNAIS

DE • Sr. • 6-3 • 250

LB • So. • 6-2 • 230

Gulliver Prep Miami, Fla.

St. Joseph's HS Saddle Brook, N.J.

2009: Reserve defensive end ... appeared in six games ... had a tackle in two contests against Cincinnati (9/7) and Howard (9/12) ... did not see action vs. FIU (9/19), ending a streak of 13-straight appearances. 2008: A member of the twodeep as a reserve defensive end ... appeared in 12 of 13 games, missing only the Fresno State (9/1) contest ... posted a tackle in nine of the 12 games he played in, including six of the final seven contests ... career-best three tackles against Morgan State (9/27) ... two stops each at Navy (9/20), at Pittsburgh (10/25) and against Louisville (12/4). 2007: Primarily played on special teams ... saw some time on the defensive line during the season ... made collegiate debut against Norfolk St. (9/15) ... appeared in seven games overall with two tackles on the season … switched from linebacker to the defensive line prior to the season. 2006: Redshirted while practicing with the linebackers as a true freshman. Prior to Rutgers: One of the top linebacker prospects in the state of Florida out of Gulliver Prep … as a senior, he recorded a team-leading 102 tackles from his middle linebacker position to lead Gulliver Prep to an 8-2 record and a berth in the second round of the Florida 2A State Playoffs … seven tackles for loss and four forced fumbles … also excelled on all of the special teams units … First Team All-Dade County by the Miami Herald … First Team All-District … All-State by the Florida Sportswriters Association … also an AllDade County selection as a junior ... born 8/26/88. 2007 2008 2009 Career

GP 7 12 5 24

Solo Ast. Total TFL Sacks FF 1 1 2 0.0 0.0 0 5 9 14 0.0 0.0 0 1 1 2 0.0 0.0 0 7 11 18 0.0 0.0 0

FR 0 0 0 0

INT 0 0 0 0

2010: A Preseason Second Team All-BIG EAST selection by Athlon and Lindy’s. 2009: True freshman who moved into the starting lineup for the final three games of the season at strongside linebacker ... also appeared on special teams ... played in all 13 games and had a 36 tackles and five sacks ... was one of nine true freshmen to see action and one of two (WR Mohamed Sanu was the other) to appear in all 13 games ... posted career-highs in tackles (7) in each of the final two games of the season against West Virginia (12/5) and in the St. Petersburg Bowl against UCF (12/19) totaled 3.5 tackles for loss in the final two contests … recorded a career-best two sacks in the St. Petersburg Bowl … five tackles, including a sack at Louisville (11/27) ... posted four tackles and a career-high 1.5 tackles for loss, including his first career sack vs. USF (11/12) ... blocked a first-quarter punt and returned it 11 yards for a touchdown to go along with three stops at Army (10/23)... contributed to RU’s four caused turnovers with a forced fumble on a kickoff and had five tackles with a tackle for loss (first of his career) vs. Texas Southern (10/10) ... made first two career tackles vs. Howard (9/12). Prior to Rutgers: Played one season for head coach Tony Karcich at St. Joseph’s High School (Montvale) … continues a strong trend of St. Joseph’s standouts to enroll at Rutgers, including current Scarlet Knight Patrick Kivlehan and former RU standouts Jason and Devin McCourty and Ron Girault … helped guide the Green Knights to an 11-1 record and the Non-Public Group III state championship … The Record Defensive Player of the Year as a senior … 99 tackles, including 11.5 behind the line of scrimmage during his senior season … also finished the year with four sacks … rated as the No. 19 prospect in New Jersey by SuperPrep Magazine … Star-Ledger Second Team All-State honoree … selected to the MSG TriState All-Star team … named to the All-Bergen defensive team and the AllNon-Public defensive squad by the Star-Ledger … rated as the No. 34 strongside linebacker in the nation by Scout.com … ESPN.com ranked Beauharnais as the No. 46 inside linebacker nationally … three-year standout at Saddle Brook High School and was named All-Bergen County by The Record as a junior after totaling 78 tackles, two sacks, three interceptions and a fumble recovery ... born 5/2/90. 2009

GP 13

Solo Ast. Total TFL Sacks FF 20 16 36 7.0 5.0 1

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SCARLET KNIGHTS BRANDON

MARVIN

BING

BOOKER

DB • Sr. • 5-11 • 180

LB • Jr. • 6-2 • 220

Cheltenham HS Wyncote, Pa.

Piscataway HS Piscataway, N.J.

2009: No. 2 on the depth chart at cornerback with excellent speed ... saw action in seven games with two starts ... picked off second career pass which resulted in a touchdown six plays later vs. Texas Southern (10/10) ... seasonhigh three tackles and a pass breakup vs. FIU (9/19) ... started and assisted on a stop vs. Howard (9/12) ... earned first career start and posted two solo tackles with a pass breakup vs. Cincinnati (9/7). 2008: Reserve cornerback ... appeared in 11 of 13 games, missing only the Navy (9/20) contest and PapaJohns.com Bowl (12/29) ... played in nine of the final 10 games ... season-high two tackles and recorded his first career interception on the final play of the game in extended action against Louisville (12/4) in the regular-season finale. 2007: True freshman who earned a spot on the two-deep out of training camp ... made collegiate debut in season-opener vs. Buffalo (8/30) ... earned playing time in 12 of 13 games, missing only the West Virginia (10/27) contest ... had a career day against Cincinnati (10/6) with six tackles, including four solo stops and a third-quarter forced fumble in extensive action against the Bearcats. Prior to Rutgers: First Team All-League (two-time) and All-Area selection … three-year starter at wide receiver/running back and defensive back for head coach Joe Gro … nominated for the Big 33 Team, selected by the coaches in the state of Pennsylvania … in his final two seasons, he scored 25 touchdowns and amassed over 1,500 receiving yards … also recorded seven interceptions as a senior … named MVP of the Montgomery County All-Star Game … an outstanding track and field performer, he competed in the 100, 200 and 400 meter races as well as the long jump and triple jump … was the State Champion in the indoor 200 and both the outdoor 200 and 400 … finished fifth in the nation in the indoor 200-meter at the Nike Nationals … born 8/8/89. 2007 2008 2009 Career

GP 12 11 7 30

Solo Ast. Total TFL Sacks FF 4 4 8 0.0 0 1 1 1 2 0.0 0 0 6 4 10 0.0 0 0 11 9 20 0.0 0 1

FR 0 0 0 0

INT PBU 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 0

2009: Appeared in one game against Howard (9/12) before ending season prematurely with a knee injury … recorded first two career tackles with a pair of assisted stops, including his first career tackle-for-loss in the Howard contest. 2008: Saw action in 10 of 13 games ... primarily appeared on special teams ... made collegiate debut in second game of the season against North Carolina (9/11). Prior to Rutgers: Threeyear starter for Dan Higgins at Piscataway High School ... posted staggering defensive numbers in leading the Chiefs to a 11-1 record in 2007, tallying 113 tackles, including 25 for loss, five sacks and three forced fumbles ... posted 80 tackles and seven sacks as a junior ... First Team All-Area selection by the Home News Tribune ... Second Team AllState by the Associated Press ... ranked No. 69 nationally among weakside linebacker prospects and No. 25 among New Jersey recruits by Scout.com … one of seven members of 2008 recruiting class to play in the NY/NJ All-Star Football Classic at Rutgers Stadium … had five tackles and intercepted a pass in the game … attended the same high school as fellow Scarlet Knight Jawaun Wynn and former RU standout and 2010 NFL first round draft pick Anthony Davis … born 3/16/90. 2008 2009 Career

GP 10 1 11

Solo Ast. Total TFL Sacks FF 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 2 2 0.5 0.0 0 0 2 2 0.5 0.0 0

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ANDRE

BUSH

CIVIL

TE • Fr. • 6-4 • 243

DL • Fr. • 6-3 • 256

Hackensack HS Englewood, N.J.

Sheepshead Bay HS Brooklyn, N.Y.

2009: Did not see any game action but helped the team prepare as a member of the scout team.

2009: Did not see any game action but helped the team prepare as a member of the scout team.

Prior to Rutgers: Played for head coach and former Rutgers assistant coach Mike Miello at Hackensack High School … two-way player who lined up at both tight end and defensive end … All-Bergen County First Team selection by the Record and the Star-Ledger … caught 28 passes for 468 yards and five touchdowns as a senior … rated as the No. 18 prospect in New Jersey and the No. 31 tight end nationally by Rivals.com … considered to be New Jersey’s top tight end prospect by several recruiting services … rated as the No. 25 prospect in the state by SuperPrep Magazine … totaled 45 receptions for 755 yards and seven touchdowns over his final two seasons ... one of seven members of the 2009 Rutgers recruiting class selected to play in the New Jersey vs. Northeast All-Star Classic at Rutgers Stadium ... attended same high school as fellow Scarlet Knight Junior Solice … born 2/28/91.

Prior to Rutgers: Three-year starter for head coach Fred Snyder at Sheepshead Bay High School in Brooklyn ... two-way player who lined up at offensive tackle and defensive end … also earned time at defensive tackle … played in the Offense-Defense All-America Bowl in Myrtle Beach, S.C. … two sacks and two QB hurries in the All-America game … in 10 games, he totaled 72 tackles and six sacks as a senior … finished in the top 10 in New York City in sacks his senior season … team finished season 8-3 … earned All-City and All-League honors for the Sharks from FiveBoroSports.com … MaxPreps.com Preseason All-State selection … rated by MaxPreps.com as the best player in the state of New York … rated as the No. 3 prospect in New York and the No. 19 strongside defensive end nationally by Rivals.com … rated the No. 38 defensive end in the nation by ESPN.com ... enrolled at Rutgers in February of 2009 and participated in spring drills … born 8/13/91.

PAUL

CARREZOLA TE • Fr. • 6-2 • 235 Neshaminy HS Langhorne, Pa.

2009: Redshirted as a true freshman. Prior to Rutgers: Three-year letterwinner and two-year starter at tight end and defensive end for head coach Mark Schmidt at Neshaminy High School … team went 24-3 with Carrezola in the starting lineup as a junior and senior … Philadelphia Inquirer All-Southeastern Pennsylvania team selection … Trentonian Lower Bucks Player of the Year … Harrisburg PatriotNews Platinum 33 football selection, honoring the top 33 players in the state of Pennsylvania … Associated Press Second Team All-State Class AAAA selection at defensive end … helped guide the Redskins to a 12-2 record and Suburban One League National Conference championship his senior season … selected to play in the ninth annual PSFCA East-West AllStar game … ranked the No. 21 tight end prospect nationally and the No. 15 prospect overall in Pennsylvania according to Rivals.com … Scout.com ranked Carrezola the No. 22 tight end prospect in the nation … No. 8 prospect from Pennsylvania according to SuperPrep Magazine … caught 18 passes for 260 yards and two touchdowns as a junior ... born 11/27/90.

DID YOU KNOW...

Redshirt freshman tight ends Malcolm Bush and Paul Carrezola and redshirt defense lineman Andre Civil are three of 19 players who spent their true freshman season honing their schools while resculpting their bodies in the weight room. All three were valuable members of the scout team imitating RU’s opponent and helping prepare the Scarlet Knights for the week’s contest. The Rutgers scout team is crucial to RU’s preparation during game week.


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TEDDY

COOPER

DELLAGANNA

DB • So. • 6-2 • 185

P • Sr. • 6-2 • 210

Bloomfield HS Bloomfield, Conn.

Templeton HS (Bakersfield CC) Templeton, Calif.

2010: Made smooth transition from wide receiver to defensive back in spring practice.

2010: A Preseason Second Team All-BIG EAST selection by Athlon, Lindy’s and Phil Steele.

2009: Reserve wide receiver ... saw action in six games, including first four contests of the season … did not record a reception ... made first career start vs. FIU (9/19).

2009: Second-year starting punter who also handled kickoffs ... 26 of his 68 punts landed inside the opponent’s 20-yard line ... his 41.8 average yards per punt for his career is tops in school history and 20th on the NCAA active career leader board … his 5,141 career punting yards are eighth in school history and 123 career punts are 10th in school history ... averaged 42.2 yards per punt with 2,873 total yards on 68 punts as a junior … ranked second in school single-season record books in average, sixth in yardage and eighth in punts … punting average was fourth-best in the BIG EAST and 36th nationally … averaged a career-best 48.2 yards on six punts, including a season-long 60yarder at Syracuse (11/21) ... four of his six punts landed inside the 20-yard line against the Orange ... tied career-high with 10 punts with a long of 54 yards at Connecticut (10/31) ... three punts landed inside the 20 with one landing near the goal line ... landed threee of his six punts inside the opponent’s 20-yard line and had two punts of over 50 yards vs. Pittsburgh (10/16) ... named BIG EAST Special Teams Player of the Week with an average of 40.6 yards on five punts at Maryland (9/26), forcing three Terrapin drives to start inside the 12yard line and hitting a 51-yard punt from deep inside Rutgers territory to help protect a fourth-quarter lead ... punted three times for a an average of 47.0 and pinned two of his three punts inside the 20-yard line against Howard (9/19) … Preseason Second Team All-BIG EAST selection by Athlon Sports and Lindy’s and Third Team All-BIG EAST pick by Phil Steele ... member of the BIG EAST AllAcademic Football Team.

2008: Saw action in two of the first three contests against North Carolina (9/11) and Morgan State (9/27) ... did not record a reception. Prior to Rutgers: One of the top rated prospects in the state of Connecticut … rated the No. 97 wide receiver in the nation by Scout.com … rated the No. 8 prospect in the state of Connecticut by Rivals.com and the top WR prospect in the Nutmeg State according to Rivals.com and Scout.com … First Team AllState selection by the Hartford Courant and the Connecticut High School Coaches Association in 2007 and 2006 … New Haven Register First Team All-State pick as a senior … totaled 64 receptions for 1,071 yards and 15 touchdowns as a senior for head coach Roy Roberts at Bloomfield … caught 62 passes for 1,100 yards and 18 touchdowns as a junior … ranked second in Connecticut history for career receiving yards (3,014), touchdown receptions (43) and consecutive games with a touchdown reception (13) … 170 career receptions rank fourth in state history … left Bloomfield HS as the school’s alltime leader in receiving yards, touchdown receptions, receptions, consecutive games with a TD and most yards receiving in a game with 287 … born 2/1/90.

2008: Starting punter ... also handled kickoffs ... recorded 13 punts of 50 yards or longer … totaled 18 punts inside the opponent’s 20-yard line ... punted four times for a 40.5 average, including a 56-yarder at Navy (9/20) ... pinned the Midshipmen inside their own 20-yard line twice ... seven punts for a 43-yard average, including a game-long of 53 yards at West Virginia (10/4) ... set a career-high for longest punt (61 yards) and averaged 46.6 yards on 10 punts, including five punts of 50 yards or longer at Cincinnati (10/11) ... had a strong day punting against Connecticut (10/18), with seven kicks for 292 yards and a 41.7 average and four punts landing inside the 20-yard line and a long of 56 yards to earn BIG EAST Special Teams Player of the Week honors ... averaged 50 yards on three punts at Pittsburgh (10/25). 2007: Served as the backup punter and redshirted. Prior to Rutgers: One of the top punters in the nation in the junior college ranks … listed as the No. 5 punter in the nation by ChrisSailerKicking.com … member of a Bakersfield squad under head coach Jeff Chudy that finished 112 in 2006 and fifth in the state junior college rankings in California, losing in the Southern California JC finals … punted 23 times for 856 yards … appeared in 10 games and averaged 37.2 yards per punt … born 2/21/88.

DELLAGANNA

2008 2009 Career

GP 13 13 26

Punts 55 68 123

Yards 2,268 2,873 5,141

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SCARLET KNIGHTS NICK

JIM

DePAOLA

DUMONT

FB • Fr. • 6-0 • 196

LB • Sr. • 6-1 • 222 Council Rock North HS Newtown, Pa.

Hereford HS Parkton, Md

2009: Did not see any game action but helped the team prepare as a member of the scout team. Prior to Rutgers: Rushed for more than 1,600 yards and totaled 14 touchdowns (12 on the ground) his senior season as a fullback at Hereford High School for head coach Steve Turnbaugh … also played safety for the Bulls with four interceptions and returned a pick 102 yards for a touchdown in 2008 … accumulated 45 tackles his senior season … led Hereford to a 102 record and an appearance in the semifinals of the state playoffs in 2008 … three-year varsity starter for the Bulls … an All-Metro First Team selection and All-Baltimore County Third Team pick by the Baltimore Sun as a senior … also played defensive midfield for the Hereford lacrosse team where he helped guide the Bulls to a state title and a 19-1 record as a senior ... named Athlete of the Year by the North County News as a senior … older brother, Andrew, was a member of the Scarlet Knights from 2005-09 … born 2/9/91.

2009: Second on the depth chart at middle linebacker ... appeared in all 13 games ... posted 11 tackles on the year ... recorded three tackles in regularseason finale vs. West Virginia (12/5) ... made a career-high five tackles with a tackle for loss in extensive action against Howard (9/12) ... recipient of the Frank R. Burns Award, given to the player who displays extraordinary mental and physical toughness during spring practice, in the spring of 2009 … member of the BIG EAST All-Academic Football Team. 2008: Second on the depth chart at linebacker ... played in 10 games ... made season debut at Navy (9/20) ... played against Morgan State (9/27) and totaled his first two tackles of the season ... registered a season-high three tackles (all solo) and recovered his first career fumble at USF (11/15).

DID YOU KNOW...

Freshman fullback Nick DePaola and senior linebacker Jim Dumont have both followed in the footsteps of relatives who have played football at Rutgers. Nick’s older brother Andrew was a letterwinner from 2007-09, while Jim’s father Jim Sr. (pictured) was an All-American linebacker between 1979-1983. Other current Scarlet Knights who have followed their relatives to Rutgers, includes senior defensive lineman Clem Udovich, the son of former letterwinner Clement (1982-85), junior offensive lineman Desmond Stapleton, the younger brother of former center Desmond (200506), and junior defensive back Jawann Westerman, the younger brother of former defensive lineman Jamaal Westerman (2005-08).

2007: Was a member of the two-deep as the backup middle linebacker when preseason camp broke ... made collegiate debut in season-opener vs. Buffalo (8/30) ... played in three games. 2006: Redshirted as a true freshman while practicing with the linebackers. Prior to Rutgers: Enrolled in Rutgers in January of 2006 and participated in spring practice ... spent a season at Milford Academy in New York under the direction of head coach Bill Chaplick ... earned All-Bucks County honors as a senior at Council Rock North High School playing for head coach Mike Ortman ... recorded 110 tackles as a senior with four interceptions, two fumble recoveries and scored two touchdowns ... as a junior, he registered 88 tackles with two interceptions and two fumble recoveries ... his father Jim was an All-American linebacker at Rutgers in the early 1980s ... his uncle Bob was also a standout linebacker at Rutgers ... born 5/10/87. 2007 2008 2009 Career

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Solo Ast. Total TFL Sacks FF 1 1 2 0.0 0.0 0 3 4 7 0.5 0.0 0 2 9 11 1.0 0.0 0 6 14 20 1.5 0.0 0

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SCARLET KNIGHTS ART

JUSTIN

FORST

FRANCIS

OL • Fr. • 6-4 • 284

DB • So. • 6-2 • 215

Manasquan HS Manasquan, N.J.

Miramar HS Opa-Locka, Fla.

2010: A Preseason First Team All-BIG EAST selection by Athlon and Phil Steele.

2009: Reserve defensive lineman who played both tackle and end ... saw action in 12 games, missing the regular-season finale against West Virginia (12/5) with an injury ... posted at least one tackle in nine contests and a tackle-for-loss in four games … registered first two career sacks to go along with a career-high three tackles vs. Texas Southern (10/10) … recorded 1.5 TFLs at Louisville (11/27) … one sack for a loss of six yards to go along with two solo tackles in the St. Petersburg Bowl against UCF (12/19). 2008: Did not play and redshirted. 2007: True freshman who moved up the depth chart and finished the season as the backup at defensive tackle ... played in seven games … seven tackles on the year. Prior to Rutgers: One of the top prospects in Broward County … two-year starter for head coach Rodney Gray at Miramar High School ... played tight end, defensive end and linebacker … ranked as the No. 13 recruit in Broward County by the Miami Herald … selected to play in the Broward-Dade All-Star game … named First Team All-Broward on defense by the Miami Herald … impressive senior season included 137 tackles, four sacks and four interceptions … ranked as the No. 100 defensive end prospect in the nation by Scout.com … born 2/8/89.

2009: Second-year starter on the offensive line ... First Team All-BIG EAST offensive guard according to Phil Steele’s Magazine ... starting left guard who opened the season as the starter at right guard ... made shift to left guard after three contests ... has started 21 games after taking over the starting role in the sixth game of his true freshman season at Cincinnati … member of the BIG EAST All-Academic Football Team. 2008: True freshman who started the final eight games of the season ... made collegiate debut in fifth game at right guard at West Virginia (10/4) ... first career start at Cincinnati (10/11) at right guard. Prior to Rutgers: One of the top offensive line prospects in the country … three-year starter at Manasquan High School … played for the late Vic Kubu at Manasquan … one of the top 250 recruits in the nation according to Rivals.com … rated as the No. 4 prospect in New Jersey and the top offensive lineman in the Garden State by Rivals.com … listed as the No. 20 offensive tackle in the nation by Rivals.com … Scout.com listed Forst as the No. 23 offensive tackle prospect in the nation … part of two Central Jersey Group II State Championship teams at Manasquan as a sophomore and junior, including a perfect 12-0 season in 2006 … finished high school career 29-5 at Manasquan … one of three members of the 2008 recruiting class to enroll early and participate in spring drills … older brother of Scarlet Knight newcomer Rob Forst … born 12/7/89.

2007 2008 2009 Career

GP 7 12 19

Solo Ast. Tot. 1 6 7 DNP 8 6 14 9 12 21

TFL Sacks FF 0.0 0.0 0

FR 0

5.0 5.0

0 0

3.5 3.5

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SCARLET KNIGHTS JONATHAN

FREENY DE • Sr. • 6-3 • 250 Coconut Creek HS Tampa, Fla.

2010: A Preseason Second Team All-BIG EAST selection by Athlon and Phil Steele. 2009: Major contributor on the defensive line … Second Team All-BIG EAST selection by Phil Steele … recipient of the Most Improved Scholar Award at annual team awards banquet … ranked 28th nationally and third in the BIG EAST with 0.73 sacks per game ... tied for 11th in the league with 0.92 tackles for loss per contest ... led the team in sacks (9.5) and tied for second in tackles for loss (12.0) ... had at least one sack in five games and posted multiple sacks in three contests ... sensational game with career-bests in tackles (5), sacks (2.5) and career-high tying tackles for loss (3.0) and four QB hurries and two pass breakups vs. Texas Southern (10/10) ... recorded three tackles and a sack in St. Petersburg Bowl against UCF (12/19) … three tackles, including 1.5 TFLs and a sack vs. West Virginia (12/5) … recorded two sacks for the second-straight week to go along with three total tackles vs. FIU (9/19) ... had two sacks and a career-high tying 3.0 TFLs to go along with four solo tackles and a forced fumble vs. Howard (9/12) ... recorded four tackles and had a pair of QB hurries vs. Cincinnati (9/7) ... has appeared in each of the last 26 games, earning one start (PapaJohns.com Bowl vs. NC State).

DID YOU KNOW...

Senior defensive end Jonathan Freeny was ranked 28th nationally and third in the BIG EAST Conference with 0.73 sacks per game as a junior. The Tampa native led the Scarlet Knights with 9.5 sacks, including at least one in five games and multiple sacks in three contests. He also ranked second on the squad with 12.0 tackles for loss.

2008: Played in all 13 games ... started first career game in PapaJohns.com Bowl against NC State for an injured Jamaal Westerman … finished with a pair of tackles and a TFL in the bowl game ... also posted a two-tackle effort against North Carolina (9/11), at Navy (9/20) and vs. Morgan State (9/27) ... forced a second-quarter fumble against the Bears ... season-high three tackles (two solo) at West Virginia (10/4) ... had two tackles and registered his first career sack on a key third down for a six-yard loss against Syracuse (11/8) ... matched his season-high with three tackles in the regular-season finale against Louisville (12/4). 2007: Played in eight of 13 games as a true freshman … ended the year with three tackles and five quarterback hurries … two tackles against Cincinnati (10/6) ... had a fumble recovery and an interception (which set up a TD one play later in the fourth quarter) at Syracuse (10/13). Prior to Rutgers: Played just two years of high school football for head coach Dan Marguriet at Coconut Creek High School, joining the team his junior season … listed as the No. 21 recruit in Broward County by the Miami Herald … First-Team All-Broward defensive selection by the Miami Herald and South Florida Sun-Sentinel … totaled 75 tackles, eight sacks, three fumble recoveries and two interceptions as a senior … returned one interception 56 yards for a touchdown … ranked as the No. 69 strongside linebacker in the nation according to Scout.com … played both defensive end and linebacker as a senior … finished with 12 sacks his junior year at defensive end … born 6/15/89. 2007 2008 2009 Career

GP 8 13 13 34

Solo Ast. Total TFL Sacks 0 3 3 0.0 0.0 6 13 19 1.5 1.0 20 13 33 12.0 9.5 26 29 55 13.5 10.5

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FR 1 0 0 1

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KA’LIAL

GIVENS

GLAUD

DB • Fr. • 6-1 • 180

LB • So. • 6-2 • 223

Lackey HS Fort Washington, Md.

Winslow Township HS Atco, N.J.

2009: Did not see any game action but helped the team prepare as a member of the scout team. Prior to Rutgers: High School All-American for head coach Doug Lamb at Lackey High School in Maryland who joined the team in August … rated as the No. 6 cornerback nationally by ESPN.com … one of two Rutgers recruits to play in the Under Armour All-American Bowl in Orlando, Fla. … one of three 2009 Rutgers recruits rated in ESPN.com’s Top 150 recruits nationally, the most of any BIG EAST school … rated as the No. 29 cornerback in the nation by Rivals.com and a member of Rivals.com Top 250 recruits nationally … listed as the No. 7 overall prospect in the state of Maryland … finished senior season with 57 tackles and two interceptions … also caught 18 passes for 268 yards and one touchdown … No. 11 cornerback prospect nationally by Scout.com … as a junior, totaled 82 tackles, seven pass breakups, three interceptions, four forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries en route to All-County and All-State honors … born 9/25/90.

DID YOU KNOW...

Rutgers has had a string of defensive backs who went on to play in the National Football League under head coach Greg Schiano, most recently with 2010 first round draft pick Devin McCourty (pictured) of the New England Patriots. In 2009, his twin brother Jason McCourty was a sixth-round selection of the Tennessee Titans, while safety Courtney Greene was chosen in the seventh round that same year by the Seattle Seahawks. Other defensive backs to have played under Schiano and later in the NFL include Ron Girault (2008), Joe Porter (2007), Derrick Roberson (2007), Jarvis Johnson (2007), Nathan Jones (2004) and Brandon Haw (2004).

2009: True freshman reserve linebacker who also saw action on special teams … appeared in 12 games (did not play against Cincinnati) ... posted a seasson-high two stops vs. Pittsburgh (10/16) and in the St. Petersburg Bowl against UCF (12/19) ... assisted on first collegiate tackle in second career game vs. FIU (9/19). Prior to Rutgers: Played for head coach Mike McBride at Winslow Township High School … Philadelphia Inquirer and Courier-Post First Team AllSouth Jersey selection on defense … finished senior season with 87 tackles, eight sacks, three forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries … also played quarterback and threw for 1,379 yards and 19 touchdowns … rated as the No. 25 prospect in New Jersey by Rivals.com … rated as the No. 42 middle linebacker in the nation by Scout.com … as a junior, threw for 1,675 yards and 20 touchdowns … also rushed for 497 yards and scored eight touchdowns ... only played three games at linebacker, but made roughly 40 tackles with two quarterback sacks and two forced fumbles … attended same high school as fellow Scarlet Knight Brandon Jones … three-year captain for the Eagles ... one of seven members of the 2009 Rutgers recruiting class selected to play in the New Jersey vs. Northeast All-Star Classic at Rutgers Stadium … born 11/9/90. 2009

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Solo Ast. Total TFL Sacks FF 2 6 8 0.0 0.0 0

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DURON

GREENE

HARMON

DB • So. • 6-1 • 215

DB • So. • 6-1 • 198

Elizabeth HS (Avon Farms) Elizabeth, N.J.

Caesar Rodney HS Magnolia, Del.

2010: Named to the Sporting News All-Spring Team in 2010 … recipient of the Douglas A. Smith Award presented to the Most Improved Defensive Player in spring drills. 2009: Second-string free safety ... saw action in all 13 games with 33 tackles and tied for team lead with two interceptions ... recorded two sacks on the year … career-high seven tackles vs. Texas Southern (10/10) ... recorded first career interception and returned it 32 yards to set up a field goal three plays later vs. FIU (9/19) ... intercepted a pass in the end zone for his second pick of the season and collected his second career sack vs. USF (11/12) ... five solo tackles at Connecticut (10/21) ... five solo tackles at Army (10/23) and recovered his first career fumble deep in Army territory to set up a Rutgers touchdown four plays later ... recorded first career sack (a 10yard loss on third down to force a punt) to go along with three stops vs. Pittsburgh (10/16) ... faced his brother in Pitt RB Ray Graham in the contest and recorded a third-quarter tackle against Graham ... five tackles in the win vs. Howard (9/12).

2009: True freshman defensive back who served as the backup strong safety to Joe Lefeged ... also appeared on special teams ... saw action in 12 games, missing only the season opener against Cincinnati (9/7) ... was one of nine true freshmen to see action ... nine tackles on the year, including three in his collegiate debut against Howard (9/12) ... recovered a fumble (first of his career) that Devin McCourty forced on a punt return vs. USF (11/12) ... assisted on a pair of stops at Maryland (9/26).

2008: Did not see any game action but helped the team prepare as a member of the scout team. Prior to Rutgers: Standout safety at Elizabeth High School for coach Chet Parlavecchio … played one year of football at Avon Old Farms following his high school career … two-sport standout at both schools in football and basketball … spent time at wide receiver and defensive back at Avon … finished season with five interceptions and posted 315 yards receiving … Star-Ledger Third-Team All-State in 2006 at Elizabeth … part of an 11-1 Minutemen squad that won the New Jersey North II, Group IV State Championship at Rutgers Stadium in 2006 … Star-Ledger All-Union First Team selection at outside linebacker after totaling 117 tackles, including 68 solo stops, and two fumble recoveries for touchdowns in 2006 … born 2/4/89. 2009

GP 13

Solo Ast. Total TFL Sacks FF 22 11 33 2.0 2.0 0

FR 2

INT PBU 2 0

Prior to Rutgers: Four-year letterwinner for head coach Mike Schonewolf at Caesar Rodney High School … started three years for the Riders, including two years as a two-way starter at both running back and safety … 2008 Gatorade State Player of the Year in Delaware … led squad to an 11-1 record and the Delaware Division I State Championship as a senior … it marked the school’s first state championship in 18 years … rushed for 1,126 yards on 122 carries as a senior … averaged 9.2 yards per attempt … led the Riders with 20 touchdowns … also totaled 10 receptions for 281 yards … named the Delaware State Defensive Player of the Year as a senior … 49 tackles and two interceptions as a senior … rated as the fifth-best prospect in Delaware by Rivals.com … Scout.com listed Harmon as the No. 36 cornerback prospect nationally and ESPN.com rated him as the No. 50 athlete in the country … as a junior, rushed for 701 yards and 12 touchdowns … also caught 15 passes for 275 yards … defensively, he collected 43 tackles, two interceptions, eight pass breakups and forced five fumbles as a junior ... born 1/24/91. 2009

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Solo Ast. Total TFL Sacks FF 3 6 9 0.0 0.0 0

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SCARLET KNIGHTS MARK

AARON

HARRISON

HAYWARD

WR • So. • 6-3 • 230

WR • Fr. • 6-0 • 193

Bunnell HS Stratford, Conn.

Penns Grove HS Carneys Point, N.J.

2009: True freshman wide receiver who appeared in eight games ... one of nine true freshmen to see action and one of four true freshmen to record a reception ... caught a 20-yard touchdown pass for his first career touchdown at Connecticut (10/31) ... matched his career-high with two receptions for 15 yards in the St. Petersburg Bowl against UCF (12/19) … caught his first two career passes, totaling 48 yards, including a 32-yarder on 3rd-and-14 to set up a touchdown five plays later at Army (10/23) ... recorded first career start as RU went with three wide receivers instead of a fullback vs. Pittsburgh (10/16) ... made collegiate debut vs. Howard (9/12). Prior to Rutgers: Three-year letterwinner for head coach Craig Bruno at Bunnell High School ... two-year starter at wide receiver ... New Haven Register All-State selection on offense as a senior ... Connecticut Coaches Association First Team All-State honoree ... won two state championships at Bunnell as a sophomore and junior … helped guide team to only undefeated season in school history (13-0) in 2007 … compiled a 343 record during his career with the Bulldogs … senior campaign featured 61 receptions for 1,673 yards and 17 touchdowns … longest reception of the season was an 85-yard catch … big-play wide receiver who averaged 27.4 yards per catch … helped lead team to a 92 record … rated as the No. 4 prospect in Connecticut by Rivals.com … No. 52 prospect nationally according to Scout.com … season-high 236 receiving yards and three touchdowns in a win for the Bulldogs vs. Barlow … caught four passes for 201 yards and two touchdowns in a 38-20 victory over Notre Dame Catholic … as a junior, totaled 42 receptions for 882 yards and nine touchdowns ... named Connecticut Post First Team Spring All-Star in track his senior season ... born 12/11/90. Receiving 2009

GP 8

Rec. Yards Avg. TD 5 83 16.6 1

Long 32

2009: Did not see any game action but helped the team prepare as a member of the scout team. Prior to Rutgers: Four-year letterwinner for head coach Kemp Carr at Penns Grove High School ... rated as the No. 8 prospect in New Jersey according to SuperPrep Magazine ... sixth all-time in South Jersey in career rushing with over 4,600 yards … led Penns Grove to its first-ever Group I finals appearance by rushing for 232 yards and two touchdowns on 25 carries in the state quarterfinals … helped lead Penns Grove to a 9-3 record as a senior … finished his senior campaign with 1,265 rushing yards and 16 touchdowns on 130 carries … over his final two campaigns rushed for 2,628 yards and 33 touchdowns while also recording 236 yards and four touchdowns receiving … Tri-County Offensive Player of the Year in 2005, '07 and '08 by the conference coaches ... one of seven members of the 2009 Rutgers recruiting class selected to play in the New Jersey vs. Northeast All-Star Football Classic at Rutgers Stadium ... born 1/7/90.

ISAAC

HOLMES DL • Fr. • 6-3 • 277 Hoboken HS Hoboken, N.J.

2009: Redshirted at defensive tackle as a true freshman. Prior to Rutgers: Three-year letterwinner for head coach Lou Taglieri at Hoboken High School ... started three seasons at defensive tackle and was a two-way starter at defensive and offensive tackle his final two years for the Red Wings ... 94 tackles and seven sacks as a senior … registered 177 tackles and 18 sacks over his final two years at Hoboken … rated as the No. 3 prospect in New Jersey and the No. 21 defensive tackle in the nation by Rivals.com … member of the Rivals 250 top recruits in the nation … ESPN.com rated Holmes as the No. 27 defensive tackle prospect nationally … All-Hudson County selection by the Star-Ledger ... born 8/2/91.


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BRANDON

JEFFERSON

JONES

TE • So. • 6-6 • 258

DB • So. • 6-1 • 187

Winter Haven HS Winter Haven, Fla.

Winslow Township HS Sicklerville, N.J.

2010: A Preseason Fourth Team All-BIG EAST selection by Phil Steele. 2009: Switched from quarterback to tight end midway through preseason camp and earned starting role in second game of the season … was one of two primary tight ends ... started 10 games, including the last five contests of the year ... had a reception in three of his first four games at tight end ... made collegiate debut and started against Howard (9/12) with a 46-yard reception to lead to a touchdown on the next play … posted a career-high two receptions for 24 yards, including a 23-yarder vs. USF (11/12) ... hauled in his second career pass for 35 yards vs. FIU (9/12).

2008: Did not see any game action but helped the team prepare as a member of the scout team. Prior to Rutgers: Strong-armed quarterback who was one of the best at his position in the nation … three-year starter for coach Charlie Tate at Winter Haven High School … rated as the No. 16 quarterback in the nation by Rivals.com and ESPN.com … top-100 recruit in the state of Florida according to the Orlando Sentinel (No. 72) and Rivals.com (No. 78) … Winter Haven News Chief Offensive Player of the Year as a senior … threw for 1,627 yards and 17 touchdowns his senior season en route to All-County honors from the Lakeland Ledger … selected to play in the Offense-Defense National All-Star game in Fort Lauderdale … passed for 1,148 yards and eight touchdowns as a junior en route to News Chief All-Area Second Team honors … born 5/7/89. Receiving 2009

GP 12

Rec. Yards Avg. TD 5 108 21.6 0

Long 46

2009: Reserve defensive back who saw action in 11 games ... posted a tackle in six contests … made collegiate debut on opening kickoff and assisted on two tackles in season opener vs. Cincinnati (9/12) … started first career game and recorded first career interception vs. USF (11/12) ... sealed the victory with his first career fumble recovery on the final play of the game at Connecticut (10/31) ... matched his career-high with two tackles vs. West Virginia (12/5). 2008: Did not see any game action but helped the team prepare as a member of the scout team ... saw time at both cornerback and wide receiver in 2009 spring drills. Prior to Rutgers: One of the top wide receivers in South Jersey who also excelled on defense … played on the prep level for coach Michael McBride at Winslow Township High School … stellar senior season included eight interceptions and 54 tackles on defense … returned two interceptions for touchdowns and recovered four fumbles … returned 24 punts for 425 yards and a touchdown … equally impressive on the offensive side of the ball with 47 receptions for 997 yards and 10 touchdowns … rated the No. 29 prospect in the state of New Jersey by Rivals.com … Second Team All-South Jersey selection and First Team All-Group 3 by the Courier-Post … helped lead Winslow Township to a 7-3 record and a spot in the NJSIAA South Group III state semifinals … one of seven members of 2008 recruiting class selected to play in the NY/NJ All-Star Football Classic at Rutgers Stadium … recorded a 55-yard touchdown reception in the game from Mohamed Sanu … attended the same high school as fellow Scarlet Knight Ka’Lial Glaud … born 11/2/89. 2009

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Solo Ast. Total TFL Sacks FF 4 4 8 0.0 0.0 0

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SCARLET KNIGHTS ROBERT

ROBERT

JONES

JOSEPH

LS • Fr. • 6-0 • 208

FB • Fr. • 6-2 • 216

James Caldwell HS West Caldwell, N.J.

Brooklyn Poly Prep Jamaica, N.Y.

2009: Did not see any game action but helped the team prepare as a member of the scout team.

2009: Suffered a leg injury prior to the season and was sidelined for the year.

Prior to Rutgers: Three-year varsity letterwinner and two-year starter at James Caldwell High School for head coach Ken Trimmer … played center and defensive end and served as the Chiefs’ long snapper … helped guide James Caldwell to an 8-4 record and a North Jersey Group II sectional state title as a senior … earned Second Team All-Northern Hills Conference accolades and Third Team All-Essex County laurels by the Star-Ledger his senior season … played two years of baseball where he was 4-1 as a pitcher his senior season … invited to play in the North-South High School All-Star Game … a member of the New Jersey Football Coaches Association Super 100 AllState Team … born 3/20/91.

Prior to Rutgers: Four-year letterwinner for head coach Dino Mangiero at Brooklyn Poly Prep Country Day ... started three years for the Blue Devils at running back and cornerback ... helped guide squad to 7-2 record as a senior … New York State Sports Writers Association All-State selection as a senior … rushed for over 650 yards and 12 touchdowns his senior season … MSG Tri-State All-Star team selection … rated as the No. 19 fullback in the nation by Scout.com … No. 20 fullback nationally and the No. 7 prospect in New York according to Rivals.com … named team’s offensive MVP in 2008 … rushed for 600 yards and eight touchdowns as a junior ... born 1/18/91.

DID YOU KNOW...

As the ties to the “State of Rutgers” continue to strengthen, the number of players hailing from New York has steadily increased over the years. Redshirt freshman fullback Robert Joseph is one of 12 Scarlet Knights hailing from the Empire State, joining the long and illustrious list of former Rutgers greats – including All-Americans Brian Leonard and Ray Rice – who are native New Yorkers.


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KIVLEHAN DB • Jr. • 6-2 • 211 St. Josephís HS West Nyack, N.Y.

2008: Reserve safety ... appeared in eight games, missing five contests due to an injury vs. Howard (9/12) ... appeared for first time in six games and recorded a pair of tackles at Connecticut (10/31) ... career-best five tackles and a pass breakup in most extensive action of his career in season opener vs. Cincinnati (9/7) … member of the BIG EAST All-Academic Football Team. 2008: True freshman reserve defensive back ...saw action in 10 games ... made collegiate debut in season opener against Fresno State (9/1) ... recorded his first career tackle on kickoff coverage at West Virginia (10/4) ... appeared on special teams in six games, including the PapaJohns.com Bowl vs. NC State (12/29). Prior to Rutgers: Standout defensive back from tradition-rich St. Joseph’s (Montvale) … continues a strong trend of St. Joseph’s standouts to enroll at Rutgers, including current Scarlet Knight Steve Beauharnais and former RU standouts Jason and Devin McCourty and Ron Girault … three-year starter at safety for head coach Tony Karcich … versatile athlete who played quarterback and wide receiver on offense as a senior … was the team’s leading receiver as a junior … the Record First Team All-Bergen County selection … 42-of-67 passing for 747 yards and seven touchdowns … 45 rushing attempts for 320 yards and three scores and caught 13 passes for 198 yards and two TDs … 1,067 yards of total offense … on defense, totaled 62 tackles and five interceptions as a senior … blocked five punts and a field goal … 10 tackles, one interception, one fumble recovery and blocked a punt for a touchdown in a 42-14 victory over Delbarton in a Non-Public, Group III first round game … owned school record for career interceptions with 18 at the time of graduation … part of a Green Knights squad that won the 2005 NonPublic Group III state championship … one of seven members of 2008 recruiting class selected to play in the NY/NJ All-Star Football Classic at

Rutgers Stadium … had an interception and was named defensive Most Valuable Player for New Jersey in the game … also a standout baseball player where he clubbed 13 home runs and drove in 42 runs, earning All-Bergen County honors by the Record as a senior … born 12/22/89. 2008 2009 Career

GP 10 8 18

Solo Ast. Total TFL Sacks FF 0 1 1 0.0 0.0 0 8 8 16 0.0 0.0 0 8 9 17 0.0 0.0 0

FR 0 0 0

INT PBU 0 0 0 1 0 1

EVAN

LAMPERT TE • Jr. • 6-3 • 249 Pascack Hills HS Montvale, N.J.

2009: Switched back from defensive end to tight end during preseason camp ... used in three tight end sets and on special teams ... appeared in all 13 games ... did not record a catch … made eight special teams tackles … made collegiate debut on opening kickoff and tallied first two tackles of his career on special teams vs. Cincinnati (9/7).

2008: Did not see any game action but helped the team prepare as a member of the scout team. 2007: Did not see any game action but helped the team prepare as a member of the scout team … bulked up and moved from tight end to defensive end in 2008 spring drills. Prior to Rutgers: Was named First Team All-County by the Star-Ledger and Second Team All-County by The Record … three-year varsity starter at tight end and defensive end for head coach Brooks Alexander … caught 25 passes for 450 yards and four touchdowns as a senior … defensively, he posted 55 tackles, six sacks and blocked one punt … was also a standout on the basketball court … four-year starter who scored over 1,000 career points … received First Team All-County honors from the Star-Ledger as a senior, after averaging 13 points and 12 rebounds per game … born 6/13/89.


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SCARLET KNIGHTS AL-GHAFFAAR

MO

LANE

LANGE

LB • Jr. • 6-3 • 220

OL • Sr. • 6-7 • 300

Paterson Catholic HS East Orange, N.J.

Hillsborough HS Hillsborough, N.J.

2009: Saw action in one game against Cincinnati (9/7) … did not record a tackle. 2008: Appeared in one game against Morgan State (9/27) ... recorded one tackle in the contest. 2007: Did not see any game action due to injury in preseason camp. Prior to Rutgers: Fourth-ranked linebacker prospect in New Jersey according to Rivals.com … three-year starter at Paterson Catholic for head coach Benji Wimberly … played both defensive end and outside linebacker … 24th-ranked prospect in the state of New Jersey overall by Rivals.com and the No. 63 prospect nationally at defensive end by Scout.com … Second Team All-State selection by the Associated Press … strong senior season with 75 tackles, 12 sacks and four blocked punts … All-Passaic selection on defense by the Star-Ledger and The Record … during his career at Paterson Catholic, the Cougars finished 40-2, including a state championship his junior season … played three times in the state title game … 13.5 sacks and 74 tackles as a junior … invited to play in the inaugural East-West High School All-Star game in Orlando … one of nine members of the 2007 recruiting class invited to play in the NY/NJ High School All-Star Classic at Rutgers Stadium ... was named NY/NJ High School AllStar Classic Defensive MVP … born 3/21/89.

DID YOU KNOW...

The “State of Rutgers” has expanded in recent years with student-athletes hailing from 10 different states and Canada. However, Coach Schiano and his staff continued to cultivate the Garden State’s rich football talent, as 48 members of the current roster hail from New Jersey. New Jersey Florida New York Pennsylvania Maryland Delaware Connecticut Virginia North Carolina California Canada

48 17 12 10 7 5 2 1 1 2 1

2009: Backup left guard to Art Forst ... appeared in 11 games, missing the Pitt (10/16) and Army (10/23) contests ... has seen action in 35 career games on the offensive line and on special teams. 2008: Saw action in 11 games on the year … played primarily on special teams. 2007: Earned a spot on the two-deep as the backup left guard ... made collegiate debut in season-opener vs. Buffalo (8/30) ... saw action in all 13 games on field goals and PATs. 2006: Did not see any game action but helped the team prepare as a member of the scout team. Prior to Rutgers: Attended Hillsborough High School … rated the 39thbest prospect in New Jersey by Rivals.com … PrepStar All-East selection … native of Hamburg, Germany … moved to United States in 2002 … offensive tackle at Hillsborough in 2003 and 2004 … started on 2004 Hillsborough team that went 9-2 and reached the semifinals of the state playoffs … selected to play in Sunshine Classic … also competed on Hillsborough's track and field team, throwing the shot put 49'-7”… graduated from high school in December, 2005 … selected to play in the 2006 NY/NJ Governor's Bowl ... worked with former Hillsborough and Rutgers standout (and current starting New York Giants Super Bowl XLII champion center) S Shaun O'Hara in the summer of 2005 ... played goalie on local soccer team in Germany as a child ... born 2/10/86.


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EDMOND

LARROW

LARYEA

DL • Fr. • 6-4 • 252

FB • Sr. • 6-1 • 223

Union HS Union, N.J.

Tottenville HS Staten Island, N.Y.

2006: Did not see any game action but helped the team prepare as a member of the scout team. Prior to Rutgers: Two-year letterwinner for head coach Brian Sheridan at Union High School … two-year starter at defensive end and started as a senior at tight end … proved to be the defensive catalyst on an 8-3 Union team which advanced to the Group IV sectional final for the second time in three years … recorded 64 tackles, 10 sacks and two forced fumbles as a senior … also played tight end for the first time in his career, with three of his five receptions resulting in scores ... rated as the No. 24 prospect in New Jersey by SuperPrep Magazine … No. 20 prospect in New Jersey and the No. 45 strongside defensive end nationally according to Rivals.com … StarLedger Second-Team All-State honoree ... born 11/30/90.

LARYEA

2009: Made the switch from linebacker to fullback during preseason camp ... played mostly on special teams ... assisted on a tackle during a kickoff in each of the first two games against Cincinnati (9/7) and Howard (9/12) ... also saw time against Texas Southern (10/10). 2008: Played in final two games against Louisville (12/4) and the PapaJohns.com Bowl vs. NC State (12/29). 2007: Did not see any game action due to knee injury suffered during the preseason. 2006: Saw action in 11 of 13 games as a true freshman ... recorded two tackles ... mostly appeared on special teams ... made collegiate debut in season opener at North Carolina (9/2). Prior to Rutgers: Rated the 15th-best prospect in New York by Rivals.com out of Tottenville High School for head coach Jim Munson … PrepStar AllEast selection … named PSAL/Snapple Student-Athlete of the Week after rushing for 285 yards on 18 carries with a pair of touchdowns in win over rival New Dorp … honored as a Staten Island Advance All-Star … two-time AllCity and All-Borough selection … ran for 1,176 yards for an average of 6.8 yards per carry as senior … tallied 12 touchdowns on the year … went over the 100-yard mark in rushing in five games as a senior … 65 tackles as a middle linebacker … selected to play in the 2006 NY/NJ Governor's Bowl ... team was 31-7 in his three years as a starter, including 8-3 his senior season, reaching the quarterfinals of the state playoffs … Tottenville won the City title in 2003 and was a Division Champion in 2004 and 2005 … rushed for 450 yards and three touchdowns as a sophomore and 880 yards and seven touchdowns as a junior ... born 1/3/88. 2006 2007 2008 2009 Career

GP 11 2 3 16

Solo Ast. Tot. 1 1 2 DNP 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 3 4

TFL Sacks FF 0.0 0.0 0

FR 0

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LEFEGED DB • Sr. • 6-1 • 205 Northwest HS Germantown, Md. 2010: A Preseason Second Team All-BIG EAST selection by Athlon as a safety and as a kick returner by Athlon … Preseason Second Team All-BIG EAST pick as a defensive back by Lindy’s … Preseason Second Team All-BIG EAST selection as a kick returner and Third Team All-BIG EAST pick as a safety by Phil Steele. 2009: Starting strong safety and kick returner ... started all 13 games ... Third Team All-BIG EAST selection by Phil Steele … had multiple tackles in 11 games ... returned a kickoff a career-long 91 yards for a touchdown vs. West Virginia (12/5) ... his first career kickoff return for a touchdown ... also had four tackles and a TFL against the Mountaineers ... blocked a second-quarter punt and a fourth-quarter field goal at Syracuse (11/21) ... blocked punt resulted in a safety ... blocks were first two of his career ... recorded first career interception to go along with four tackles at Connecticut (10/31) ... three tackles at Army (10/23) and forced his second fumble of the season which was recovered by Rutgers ... also returned a kickoff 35 yards ... posted a sack near the goal line at Maryland (9/26) to force a fumble which was picked up by George Johnson for a touchdown ... also got to the Terrapin quarterback earlier in the game to force an interception ... seven tackles and a pass breakup vs. FIU (9/19) ... matched his career-high and led the team with nine tackles, including five solo stops in season opener vs. Cincinnati (9/7) ... has 25 career starts, including 16-straight dating back to the 2008 season … Preseason First Team All-BIG EAST selection by Phil Steele. 2008: Co-starter at strong safety ... started 12 contests with 72 tackles ... registered at least five tackles in nine of 13 games and seven or more tackles in six contests ... made second career start (first was the International Bowl) in the season opener against Fresno State (9/1) ... seven tackles, including a team-best five solo stops against the Bulldogs ... matched his career-high with nine tackles, including eight solo stops and a TFL at Navy (9/20) ... recorded five tackles at West Virginia (10/4) and at Cincinnati (10/11) ... seven tackles against Connecticut (10/18) ... also had seven stops at Pittsburgh (10/25) to go along with a sack and a forced fumble of Pitt QB Pat Bostick ... registered eight tackles and recovered two fumbles, one of which he returned 58 yards for his first career touchdown on the third play of the game against Army (11/22) ... posted eight tackles and a TFL in PapaJohns.com Bowl against NC State (12/29) ... Preseason Third Team All-BIG EAST selection by Phil Steele.

DID YOU KNOW...

Safety Joe Lefeged was one of two Scarlet Knights to return a kickoff for a touchdown last season. The senior returned a kickoff a careerbest 91-yards for a score against West Virginia on Dec. 5.

2007: Honorable Mention Freshman All-America selection by the Sporting News ... Freshman All-BIG EAST pick by Rivals.com and Scout.com ... 38 tackles in 12 games, including one start … made collegiate debut in seasonopener vs. Buffalo (8/30) ... made impact in his second career game against Norfolk St. (9/15) with five tackles, including four solo stops ... saw extensive action against Maryland (9/29) and delivered a punishing hit on Maryland QB Jordan Steffy in the second quarter ... recorded six tackles, including two sacks against the Orange (10/13) ... hit Orange QB Andrew Robinson in the second quarter to force a fumble and applied QB pressure to force a secondhalf interception by teammate Jonathan Freeny ... named BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week on Oct. 15 ... four tackles and 1.5 sacks for a combined loss of 16 yards against No. 2 USF (10/18), including a key 12-yard loss late in the fourth quarter … three QB hurries and a pass breakup vs. the Bulls ... posted three tackles against Pitt (11/17) ... career-high nine tackles, including seven solo stops in the regular-season finale at Louisville (11/29) … broke up two passes to go along with two tackles in International Bowl victory over Ball State (1/5). Prior to Rutgers: Third-rated linebacker prospect in Maryland according to Rivals.com … No. 23 safety prospect in the nation by Scout.com … Washington Post All-Met Defensive Player of the Year out of Northwest High School for head coach Randy Trivers … played linebacker, running back, wide receiver, quarterback and kickoff and punt returner for the Bulls … recorded 63 tackles, including 15 for loss with seven sacks and two interceptions … averaged more than 10 yards per carry and six of his 10 total touchdowns came on plays of 30 yards or longer … Associated Press First-Team All-State selection … born 6/2/88. 2007 2008 2009 Career

GP 12 13 13 38

Solo Ast. Total 25 13 38 41 31 72 28 16 44 94 60 154

TFL 3.5 4.0 2.5 10.0

Sacks 3.5 1.0 1.0 5.5

FF 1 0 2 3

FR 0 2 1 3

Kick Returns 2009

GP 13

No. Yards 11 356

Avg. 32.4

TD 1

Long 91

Punt Returns 2009

GP 13

No. Yards 1 7

Avg. 7.0

TD 0

Long 7

INT PBU 0 3 0 2 1 4 1 9


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LEGRAND DT • Jr. • 6-2 • 275 Colonia HS Colonia, N.J.

2009: Backup defensive tackle to Charlie Noonan ... appeared in all 13 games ... 33 tackles on the season ... versatile athlete who led team with 13 tackles on kickoff coverage ... recorded a tackle-for-loss in seven games ... also had multiple tackles in 11 games ... topped his tackle total in 12 games in 2008 (14) with 18 stops in the first six games of 2009 ... made first career start in place of Noonan (illness) at Maryland (9/26) and had a careerbest two tackles-for-loss and recorded first sack … career-high tying four tackles against the Terps … three solo tackles, including a TFL vs. West Virginia (12/5) and at Syracuse (11/21) … also posted three total tackles vs. USF (11/12) ... matched his career-high with four tackles and had 1.5 tackles for loss to go along with a fumble recovery vs. Pittsburgh (10/16) ... three tackles and assisted on a TFL vs. Howard (9/12) ... has played in 25 career games after making his collegiate debut in the second game of his true freshman season in 2008. 2008: True freshman defensive lineman who made his collegiate debut against North Carolina (9/11) ... also saw action as a fullback and on special teams ... played in the final 12 games ... contributed two tackles and his first career TFL (1.5 TFLs in the game) in his third career game vs. Morgan State (9/27) ... saw action at defensive end at West Virginia (10/4) ... switched to fullback for the Connecticut (10/18) and Pittsburgh (10/25) games and wore jersey number 46 ... returned to defensive end and jersey No. 52 for the Syracuse game (11/8) and assisted on one stop ... posted a career-high four tackles against Louisville (12/4) ... followed that up with three stops in the PapaJohns.com Bowl against NC State (12/29). Prior to Rutgers: Four-year starter for Colonia High School coach Ben LaSala ... consensus Top 15 recruit in New Jersey ... starred at linebacker and running back for a 7-3 Colonia team that finished with an undefeated division record for the first time in school history ... totaled 115 tackles from his middle linebacker spot and rushed for 980 yards and 12 touchdowns in 2007 ... ranked by Scout.com as the No. 14 recruit in New Jersey and the No. 21 middle linebacker prospect nationally ... rated No. 13 in New Jersey by Rivals.com ... First Team All-Area by the Home News Tribune ... Second Team All-State by the Associated Press ... First Team All-Middlesex County and Second Team All-State by the Star-Ledger … one of seven members of 2008 recruiting class selected to play in the NY/NJ All-Star Football Classic at Rutgers Stadium … born 9/4/90. 2008 2009 Career

GP 12 13 25

Solo Ast. Total TFL Sacks FF 7 7 14 1.5 0.0 0 19 14 33 7.5 2.0 0 26 21 47 9.0 2.0 0

FR 0 2 2

INT PBU 0 0 0 0 0 0

DID YOU KNOW...

At the disposal for every member of the Rutgers football program is a multi-faceted and state-of-the-art weight room facility. With over 100 machines and free weight stations, the Scarlet Knights have made marked improvements in their strength and conditioning. The facility also features a video overlay system that allows players to instantly critique their own lifting form and compare it to video of professional weight lifters on the same screen to maximize performance. Junior defensive tackle Eric LeGrand is one of the many Scarlet Knights who has benefited greatly from the top notch technology as he has added over 35 pounds to his frame, bulking up from 240 pounds as a true freshman to his current 275-pound build. RU utilizes the expansive facility to bulk up or trim down to the ideal playing weight for optimal performance on the gridiron.


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NICHOLAS

LEWIS

LIBONATI

WR • Fr. • 6-2 • 182

OL • So. • 6-3 • 291

Metuchen HS Metuchen, N.J.

Howell HS Howell, N.J.

2006: Did not see any game action but helped the team prepare as a member of the scout team.

2009: Did not see any game action but helped the team prepare as a member of the scout team.

Prior to Rutgers: Two-year varsity letterwinner at Metuchen High School for head coach Bob Ulmer where he played both wide receiver and cornerback for the Bulldogs ... set a school single-season record with 778 receiving yards on 42 catches and six touchdows as a senior … totaled 99 tackles, three interceptions and three forced fumbles on defense in 2008 … was a Second Team All-Group I selection by the Star-Ledger and a First Team All-Area and All-County pick by the Home News Tribune … also a member of the New Jersey Football Coaches Association Super 100 All-State Team in 2008 … guided the Bulldogs to an 8-4 record and an appearance in the state finals as a senior … also played three years of varsity basketball as a point guard and shooting guard at Metuchen … born 8/6/91.

2008: Redshirted as a true freshman. Prior to Rutgers: Played both offensive tackle and offensive guard for head coach Cory Davies at Howell High School … helped guide the Rebels to an 11-1 record and a state title in 2007 … All-Monmouth County Second Team selection as a senior in 2007 by the Star-Ledger… also a Second Team pick by the Asbury Park Press his senior year … protected for an offense that totaled more than 2,300 yards through the air his senior season … recipient of the Joe Lucido Scholarship Award, honoring a senior student-athlete at Howell High School each year … a Jersey Sports News First Team selection … earned All-Shore Conference Academic honors as a senior where he ranked No. 14 in his class … born 9/25/89.

DID YOU KNOW...

Rutgers head football coach Greg Schiano and members of the Rutgers football team were among the guests to help kickoff the 2010 Special Olympics of New Jersey summer games. The Special Olympics of New Jersey celebrated their 41st year with the opening ceremonies of the games and each year Rutgers football helps jumpstart one of the nation’s great events. Schiano served as the honorary coach and delivered an inspirational speech to the Olympians as they begin their Summer Games. The Scarlet Knight players had the honor of escorting the athletes in during the parade as each county in New Jersey was introduced. Prior to the opening ceremonies, the players got the opportunity to sign autographs and take photographs with the Special Olympians. Redshirt freshman wide receiver Phil Lewis (pictured) was one of 26 Scarlet Knights on hand for the opening ceremonies.


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LOWERY LB • Sr. • 6-2 • 225 Christopher Columbus HS Miami, Fla.

2010: A Preseason Fourth Team All-BIG EAST selection by Phil Steele. 2009: Starting weakside linebacker ... won the job in preseason camp after a competitive battle with Manny Abreu ... saw action in nine games with eight starts … leading returning tackler with 55 tackles as a junior … also had 7.5 tackles for loss and two forced fumbles in nine games ... recorded at least three tackles in all nine games he played in ... four tackles-for-loss combined in the last two games he played in ... had a career-high and tied a game-high with 12 tackles and a TFL vs. Pittsburgh (10/16) ... on the first play of the game from scrimmage at Maryland (9/26), intercepted a pass and returned it 36 yards for a touchdown ... interception was first of his career ... also had eight tackles and his first career tackles for loss against the Terps ... had a career-high three tackles for loss and collected his first career sack, which was a 17-yard loss to go along with a forced fumble and eight tackles vs. USF (11/12) ... seven tackles, including a TFL for a loss of five yards at Syracuse (11/21) ... had five tackles at Connecticut (10/31) ... six tackles i in first career start vs. Cincinnati (9/7).

Rutgers recruiting class who enrolled in January 2007 and participated in 2007 spring practice. Prior to Rutgers: All-America selection by PrepStar … three-year starter for head coach Chris Merritt at Christopher Columbus HS … rated No. 28 outside linebacker in the nation by ESPN.com in 2005 … rated No. 51 outside linebacker in the nation by Rivals.com … Rated in the top 40 preseason prospects in Florida by Rivals.com … ranked as the ninth-best linebacker by the Orlando Sentinel in the state of Florida … finished senior season with 51 tackles, two interceptions and five forced fumbles in six games … anchored a defense that surrendered just seven points per game … selected to play for the South team in North-South Florida All-Star game … also started three years in basketball … earned All-Dade County (6A-4A) honors by the Miami Herald … Columbus finished second in the state in 6A in 2005, finishing 101 and recording the first undefeated regular season in school history … led Explorers to their third-consecutive district title … Columbus recorded a 248 record during Lowery's career ... born 10/10/87. 2007 2008 2009 Career

GP 13 13 9 35

Solo Ast. Total TFL Sacks FF 4 6 10 0.0 0.0 0 8 8 16 0.0 0.0 0 25 30 55 7.5 1.0 2 37 44 81 7.5 1.0 2

FR 0 0 0 0

INT PBU 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 2

ANTWAN

LOWERY OL • Fr. • 6-4 • 302 Christopher Columbus HS Miami, Fla.

2009: Did not see any game action but helped the team prepare as a member of the scout team ... switched to the offensive line during 2010 spring drills and saw extensive action at guard. Prior to Rutgers: Two-year letterwinner for head coach Chris Merritt at Christopher Columbus High School … started both seasons for the Explorers at defensive tackle … older brother Antonio is a junior linebacker for the Scarlet Knights … played in the prestigious Under Armour High School All-America Game … Miami Herald All-Dade County selection … 35 tackles, 2.5 sacks and two forced fumbles as a senior … one of two Rutgers signees named to the ESPNU Top 150 list … rated as the No. 134 player nationally and the ninth-best defensive tackle prospect in the country by ESPN.com … rated as the No. 24 prospect in Florida by the Orlando Sentinel … Second Team AllState Class 6A selection as a senior … 75 tackles, three sacks and 15 tackles for loss as a junior … born 4/19/91.

2008: Reserve weakside linebacker and one of the team’s top special teams performers ... saw action in all 13 games ... two tackles each vs. Fresno State (9/1), Morgan State (9/27) and at USF (11/15) ... season-best six tackles in extensive action in the regular-season finale against Louisville (12/4). 2007: True freshman linebacker who played in all 13 games, mostly on special teams … 10 tackles on the season … originally a member of the 2006

2007 2008 2009 Career

GP 7 12 5 24

Solo Ast. Total TFL Sacks FF 1 1 2 0.0 0.0 0 5 9 14 0.0 0.0 0 1 1 2 0.0 0.0 0 7 11 18 0.0 0.0 0

FR 0 0 0 0

INT 0 0 0 0


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MARTINEK RB • Jr. • 6-0 • 215 Hopatcong HS Hopatcong, N.J.

2010: A Preseason Fourth Team All-BIG EAST selection by Phil Steele. 2009: Starting running back ... entered the year as the co-starter but won the job outright early in the season ... started 10 games and appeared in all 13 contests ... RU’s leading rusher with 967 yards on 206 carries … Third Team All-BIG EAST selection by Phil Steele … averaged 4.9 yards per carry … tallied the 10th-most rushes in a season in school history … nine rushing touchdowns tied for 11th in school history in a single season ... carried the ball 19 times for a career-high 147 yards at Maryland (9/26) ... 130 yards

of his rushing total came on 10 carries in the fourth quarter alone, including a career-long 61-yard touchdown run ... 23 carries for 121 yards vs. FIU (9/19) ... carried the ball a career-high 25 times for 139 yards and matched his career-high for the third time with two touchdowns at Army (10/23) ... tallied 82 of his rushing yards on nine carries in the fourth quarter at Army ... career-high tying 25 carries for 128 yards, including a 37-yard touchdown vs. USF (11/12) ... matched his career-high with a pair of rushing touchdowns on eight rushes for 51 yards vs. Texas Southern (10/10) ... registered a career-high 66 yards receiving on a career-high tying three catches, including a career-long 27-yard reception to go along with 44 yards on 14 carries in the St. Petersburg Bowl vs. UCF (12/19) ... rushed for 90 yards on 22 carries and a touchdown at Louisville (11/27). 2008: Strong freshman season with 404 yards rushing and four touchdowns ... averaged 5.3 yards per carry ... also a standout on special teams ... made collegiate debut in season-opener against Fresno State (9/1) ... recorded his first career carry in the first quarter at Navy (9/20) and one play later scored a five-yard touchdown on his second career rush ... finished the game with 61 yards rushing on eight attempts, including a 29-yard run in the second quarter … delivered a big tackle on the one-yard line on a second-half kickoff against Connecticut (10/18) ... took the ball from the direct snap and rushed a season-long 45 yards for his second career touchdown against Syracuse (11/8) ... posted season-highs in rushes (21) and rushing yards (98) and a career-high in rushing touchdowns (2) at USF (11/15) ... carried nine times for 58 yards, including a 26-yard rush, all in the second half of the PapaJohns.com Bowl against NC State (12/29). 2007: Did not see game action but helped prepare the team as a member of the scout team … competed as both a running back and safety during fall practice. Prior to Rutgers: 2006 Gatorade New Jersey State Player of the Year … finished remarkable career as the all-time leader in New Jersey state history with 7,589 rushing yards and 80 touchdowns … was a four-year starter at Hopatcong under head coach Paul Reduzzi … appeared in the January 11, 2007 edition of Sports Illustrated in the “Faces in the Crowd” section … 38th all-time in high school football history nationally in career rushing yards at the time of graduation … completed second straight 2,000-yard season as a senior with 2,079 rushing yards and 27 touchdowns … on defense at linebacker, recorded 54 tackles, four sacks, three interceptions and nine pass breakups … seventh in the state in scoring as a senior with 160 points … second-best single-game rushing total in New Jersey as a senior at the time with 396 yards on 31 carries and four touchdowns vs. Jefferson High School … First Team All-State selection by the Associated Press and the Star-Ledger … one of nine members of the 2007 recruiting class invited to play in the NY/NJ High School All-Star Classic … standout track performer who won the state title in the javelin in 2007 ... born 2/8/89. Rushing 2008 2009 Career

GP 13 13 26

Att. Yards Avg. 76 404 5.3 206 967 4.7 282 1,371 4.9

TD Long 4 45 9 61 13 61

Receiving 2008 2009 Career

GP 13 13 26

Rec. Yards Avg. 1 7 7.0 12 140 11.7 13 147 11.3

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JAMAL

McEVOY

MERRELL

DLB • Sr. • 6-1 • 215

WR • Fr. • 6-4 • 204

Pascack Valley HS Hillsdale, N.J.

Hodgson Vo-Tech HS Bear, Del.

2009: Moved from defensive back to linebacker during 2009 spring practice and appeared in four games before an injury ended his season prematurely. 2008: Appeared in all 13 games on special teams ... recovered a third-quarter fumble on a punt return at Pittsburgh (10/25) to set up a Rutgers touchdown one play later. 2007: True freshman who excelled on special teams … played in 10 games … totaled 10 tackles and a forced fumble on the season … made collegiate debut against Navy (9/7) ... recovered a blocked punt and returned it 17 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter at Army (11/9). Prior to Rutgers: Named All-State, All-County and AllNorth Jersey at defensive end … was a three-year varsity starter at linebacker and defensive end for head coach Craig Nielsen at Pascack Valley High School … also shared carries as a fullback … 109 tackles, 11 tackles-for-loss and 15 quarterback hurries … led North Jersey with a teambest 18 sacks … helped guide Pascack Valley to an 11-2 record (Division I Champions) and the Group II State Championship game … had 171 yards on the ground and 10 tackles against Westwood in the State Championship game … was also a standout in track and field, competing in the 100-meter, 200-meter, long jump and triple jump … born 10/27/88. 2007 2008 2009 Career

GP 10 13 4 27

Solo Ast. Total TFL Sacks FF 4 6 10 0.0 0.0 1 1 1 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 5 7 12 0.0 0.0 1

FR 0 1 0 1

INT PBU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2009: Did not see game action but helped prepare the team as a member of the scout team. Prior to Rutgers: Four-year letterwinner for head coach Frank Moffett at Hodgson Vo-Tech High School ... started all four years at wide receiver and free safety ... played with his twin brother and fellow Scarlet Knight Jamil for the Silver Eagles ... Second Team All-State selection as a senior … recorded 15 receptions for 275 yards and six touchdowns on offense and totaled 41 tackles and two forced fumbles on defense … rated as the No. 34 athlete in the nation according to ESPN.com … No. 3 prospect in Delaware and the No. 33 outside linebacker nationally by Rivals.com … rated as the No. 16 prospect in the Mid-Atlantic– along with his twin brother – by SuperPrep Magazine … as a junior, led the state of Delaware with 16 touchdown receptions en route to all-state honors as a defensive back and wide receiver ... born 5/9/90. 2007 2008 2009 Career

GP 7 12 5 24

Solo Ast. Total TFL Sacks FF 1 1 2 0.0 0.0 0 5 9 14 0.0 0.0 0 1 1 2 0.0 0.0 0 7 11 18 0.0 0.0 0

FR 0 0 0 0

INT 0 0 0 0

DID YOU KNOW...

Rutgers excelled in the special teams phase of the game in 2009, recording six blocked kicks on the season. The Scarlet Knights also had two kickoffs returned for a touchdown, one each against BIG EAST opponents Connecticut and West Virginia, respectively. Senior linebacker Colin McEvoy was a standout performer on special teams in his first two seasons. As a truefreshman, McEvoy returned a blocked punt for a touchdown against Army on Nov. 9 in 2007 and recovered a third-quarter fumble on a punt return at Pittsburgh on Oct. 25, which set up an RU touchdown one play later.


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CHARLIE

MERRELL

NOONAN

DL • Fr. • 6-4 • 250

DT • Sr. • 6-2 • 274

Hodgson Vo-Tech HS Bear, Del.

St. Joseph's Prep Philadelphia, Pa.

2009: Did not see game action but helped prepare the team as a member of the scout team.

2010: Recipient of the Frank R. Burns Award, presented to the player who displays extraordinary mental and physical toughness during spring practice.

Prior to Rutgers: Four-year letterwinner for head coach Frank Moffett at Hodgson Vo-Tech High School … started all four years at defensive end and tight end … played with his twin brother and fellow Scarlet Knight Jamal for the Silver Eagles … First Team All-State selection at tight end and defensive end as a junior … First Team All-State defensive end and Second Team tight end selection as a senior … Delaware Defensive Lineman of the Year as a junior … 73 tackles, 25 for loss and 11 sacks as a senior … also caught 22 passes for 315 yards and six touchdowns … rated as the No. 15 defensive end nationally by ESPN.com … No. 2 prospect in Delaware and the No. 19 weakside defensive end prospect nationally by Rivals.com … 98 tackles and 17 sacks as a junior … rated as the No. 16 prospect in the Mid-Atlantic– along with his twin brother – by SuperPrep Magazine … school record holder with 38 career sacks at the time of graduation … finished standout career with over 300 tackles, including more than 100 tackles for loss ... born 5/9/90.

2009: Starting nose tackle ... appeared in 12 games, missing the Maryland (9/26) game due to illness ... 13 of his 20 tackles came in last seven games ... posted first career tackle-for-loss at Louisville (11/27) ... also had a TFL for a loss of six yards in the St. Petersburg Bowl against UCF (12/19) … had a career-high four tackles at Connecticut (10/31) ... three tackles (two solo) at Army (10/23) ... recovered first career fumble to set up a touchdown two plays later vs. Howard (9/12) ... made first career start vs. Cincinnati (9/7) ... earned the Douglas A. Smith Award for his efforts as the Most Improved Defensive Player during 2009 spring drills. 2008: Backup nose tackle ... also earned playing time on special teams ... appeared in all 13 games ... tied his season-high with two tackles vs. Fresno State (9/1), at Navy (9/20) and at Cincinnati (10/11). 2007: Saw time at defensive tackle before suffering a season-ending knee injury against Pitt (11/17) ... made collegiate debut vs. Buffalo (8/30) ... earned playing time in 11 games primarily on special teams ... first career tackle vs. Norfolk St. (9/15). 2006: Redshirted while recovering from a knee injury suffered during the summer prior to enrolling at Rutgers. Prior to Rutgers: Earned All-State honors from the Associated Press (Class AAAA) as a senior at St. Joseph’s Prep for head coach Gil Brooks … Pennsylvania Football News First Team All-State pick … Philadelphia Inquirer First Team All-City selection … First Team All-Southeastern PA squad … registered 41 solo tackles, two sacks and 12 tackles for loss as a senior at St. Joseph's Prep … forced three fumbles … St. Joseph's finished 11-2 and won the Catholic League Red title for the fourth time in five years … two-time First Team All-Catholic League selection … three-year varsity starter, playing both fullback and defensive tackle … selected to play in prestigious Pennsylvania Big 33 Game, featuring the top players from Pennsylvania vs. Ohio … born 7/1/88. 2007 2008 2009 Career

GP 11 13 12 36

Solo Ast. Total TFL Sacks FF 1 4 5 0.0 0.0 0 5 4 9 0.0 0.0 0 8 12 20 2.0 0.0 0 14 20 34 2.0 0.0 0

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OSEI

wood … rated as the No. 38 cornerback in the nation by ESPN.com ... one of seven members of the 2009 Rutgers recruiting class selected to play in the New Jersey vs. Northeast All-Star Classic at Rutgers Stadium ... finalist for South Jersey Male Athlete of the Year in all sports by the Philadelphia Inquirer ... born 4/25/91.

OL • Fr. • 6-4 • 266

TYRONE

Abington HS Abington, Pa.

PUTMAN RB • Jr. • 5-10 • 195

2009: Did not see game action but helped prepare the team as a member of the scout team. Prior to Rutgers: Played for head coach Tim Sorber at Abington High School ... one of two Rutgers commitments from 2008 recruiting class selected to play in the prestigious Big 33 game, featuring the top players from Pennsylvania vs. Ohio ... Philadelphia Inquirer All-Southeastern Pennsylvania honoree on offense … major reason the Ghosts went 10-3 his senior season … key part of an offense that passed for 2,400 yards and averaged 31 points per game … standout wrestler who was one of the state’s elite … since a 19-16 freshman season, Osei compiled a 113-12 mark (more than 40 falls), including a 44-1 record and South Class AAA state finalist appearance as a senior … 34-3 mark on the mats as a junior, including a District 1 South Class AAA crown and a second-place finish in the South Central Regional … two of his losses came at the hands of the state champion and the runnerup ... born 11/16/90.

QURON

PRATT WR • Fr. • 6-0 • 175 Palmyra HS Palmyra, N.J.

2009: Switched from defensive back to wide receiver during preseason camp and appeared in two games before his season ended prematurely due to injury … made collegiate debut against Texas Southern (10/10) … also saw action vs. Pitt (10/16) … recorded one reception for 14 yards in the Texas Southern contest. Prior to Rutgers: Four-year letterwinner at Palmyra High School for head coach Ty Belford ... started every game since his freshman year at defensive back ... Palmyra’s all-time leader in interceptions with 22 at the time of graduation ... picked off four passes as a senior as Palmyra won the Burlco/Olympic Freedom Division title … Philadelphia Inquirer All-South Jersey First Team selection on defense … allowed just one touchdown in four years at cornerback, including none over the final three years of his high school career … led team to 9-1 record as a senior … team-best 10 touchdown receptions on offense at wide receiver … Burlington County Times Defensive Player of the Year … Courier-Post Second Team All-South Jersey on defense … rated as the No. 23 prospect in New Jersey by SuperPrep Magazine … one of the fastest quarter-mile track performers in South Jersey and is regarded as one of New Jersey’s premier point guards … personal best of 49.7 in the 400m and broke the 1,000-point plateau as a senior on the hard-

Gonzaga HS Fort Washington, Md.

2009: Saw action in final three games of the season on special teams at Louisville (11/27), vs. West Virginia (12/5) and the St. Petersburg Bowl against UCF (12/19) … made collegiate debut against the Cardinals. 2008: Did not see any game action but helped the team prepare as a member of the scout team ... competed on the track team in the triple jump in the spring. Prior to Rutgers: Standout track athlete who was also a three-year varsity letterwinner and two-year starter on the Gonzaga High School football team in Washington, D.C. for head coach Kenny Lucas … started two years on the gridiron at Gonzaga where he served as a running back, cornerback, safety and kick returner … ran for more than 1,000 yards as a senior where he earned All-WCAC Conference honors … was team captain his senior season … four-year varsity performer in track … established the school record in the triple jump at the time of graduation with a leap of 46.9 meters his senior season … garnered All-Met honors by the Washington Post in track his senior season … placed seventh at the Nike Indoor Nationals in the triple jump in 2007 … graduated Gonzaga in 2007 and enrolled at Rutgers that fall where he joined the track team … placed 10th in the BIG EAST in the triple jump as a freshman … born 7/27/89.

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SCARLET KNIGHTS MASON

ROBINSON RB/WR • Jr. • 5-10 • 190 Somerville HS Somerville, N.J.

2009: Switched from running back to wide receiver in 2009 spring drills and opened the season at the position … suffered a season-ending injury in the seeason-opener against Cincinnati (9/7) ... had one carry for 12 yards in the contest ... returned to running back in 2010 spring drills. 2008: In the running back mix all season ... appeared in 10 games ... made his first career start for the injured Kordell Young against North Carolina (9/11) and tied his career-high with 82 yards rushing on a career-high 16 carries, including a career-best 25-yard run ... rushed the ball six times for 18 yards and caught one pass for 10 yards against Morgan State (9/27) ... scored first career TD against the Bears ... five rushes for 22 yards, including a 19-yarder and caught one pass against Army (11/22) ... caught a pair of balls for a career-high 47 yards, including a 24-yarder in the regularseason finale against Louisville (12/4).

2007: True freshman who made collegiate debut in season-opener vs. Buffalo (8/30) ... entered the season as the third-string running back but moved up to backup All-American Ray Rice after Kordell Young’s season-ending injury ... also an exciting kick and punt returner … played in 10 games … third on team with 202 yards rushing … averaged an impressive 5.6 yards per carry … returned 14 kickoffs, with a long return of 35 yards … returned five punts for an average of 5.8 yards per return ... recorded first career carries in second half against Norfolk St. (9/15) with nine rushes for 58 yards ... rushed the ball six times for 29 yards, including a 17-yard run all in the fourth

quarter at Syracuse (10/13) ... returned his first career kickoff 20 yards against West Virginia (10/27) ... returned a fourth-quarter kickoff 26 yards at Connecticut (11/3) ... posted a season-high in rushes (14) and careerhigh in rushing yards (82) with most of his action coming in the fourth quarter at Army (11/9) ... did not record a carry but returned a career-high four kicks for 83 yards (20.8 yard per return average) against Pitt (11/17), including a career-long 35-yarder on the opening kickoff. Prior to Rutgers: Ranked the No. 32 all-purpose player in the nation by Rivals.com and the No. 7 prospect in New Jersey ... three-year starter at Somerville High School for head coach Kevin Carty … Carty spent six seasons as the wide receiver coach at Rutgers from 1984-89 … one of the fastest athletes in the state, with personal-best times of 10.97 in the 100 meters and 21.95 in the 200 on the track ... won the Skyland Conference and Somerset County titles in both events as a senior ... rushed for 1,688 yards and scored 17 touchdowns while averaging 8.7 yards per carry as a senior ... also caught 15 passes for 275 yards and two touchdowns ... ran for 245 yards vs. Hackettstown and for 214 yards vs. Bernards ... named Third-Team All-State by the Star-Ledger and was a First-Team All-Somerset County selection ... earned First-Team honors by the Courier News in both his senior and junior seasons ... rushed for 1,229 yards and 12 touchdowns as a junior ... also an outstanding cornerback who had nine interceptions over his final two seasons and ranked No. 32 at the position nationally by Scout.com …also a standout track performer, led Pioneers to seventhstraight Group II championship … captured three gold medals at the meet in the 100, 200 (21.87) and 400 (48.58) meters … won the state 100 meter title at the Meet of Champions, finishing the race in 10.51, a new Somerset County record and the seventh-fastest time in state history at the time … also captured third place in the state in the 200 meter at the Meet of Champions … born 7/24/89. Rushing 2007 2008 2009 Career

GP 10 10 1 21

No. 36 41 1 78

Yards Avg. 202 5.6 139 3.6 12 12.0 353 4.5

TD Long 0 18 1 25 0 12 1 25

Receiving 2008 2009 Career

GP 10 1 11

Rec. Yards Avg. 12 125 10.4 0 0 0.0 12 125 10.4

TD Long 0 28 0 0 0 28

Punt Returns 2007 2008 Career

GP 10 2 12

No. Yards Avg. 5 29 5.8 2 14 7.0 7 43 6.1

TD Long 0 11 0 12 0 12

Kick Returns 2007 2008 Career

GP 10 2 12

No. Yards Avg. 14 275 19.6 2 27 13.5 16 302 18.9

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ROWE DB • Jr. • 6-0 • 196 Cocoa HS Cocoa, Fla.

2010: A Preseason Fourth Team All-BIG EAST selection by Phil Steele. 2009: Starting cornerback who moved to the top of the depth chart prior to the FIU contest ... tied for the team lead in interceptions (2) and owned seven pass breakups ... had multiple tackles in nine contests ... made first career interception and returned it 56 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter vs. Texas Southern (10/10) ... ninth-longest interception return in school history … posted a career-high seven tackles and intercepted his second career pass and returned it 18 yards to go along with his third career tackle for loss at Connecticut (10/31) ... recorded a career-best 1.5 tackles for loss and his third career sack vs. West Virginia (12/5) ... five tackles and recovered a blocked field goal at Syracuse (11/21) ... matched up with a receiver 10 inches taller than him several times and held him without a catch and broke up a pair of passes at Army (10/23). 2008: True freshman who saw time in several nickel packages ... made collegiate debut in season opener against Fresno State (9/1) ... saw action in all 13 games ... totaled first two career tackles against North Carolina (9/11) ... four tackles and tallied his first career sack vs. Morgan State (9/27) ... posted four tackles at Cincinnati (10/11), including two stops on third-down plays to force punts ... registered a season-best five tackles (four solo) and forced his first career fumble at USF (11/15) ... four tackles and posted his second career sack in regular-season finale against Louisville (12/4) ... two tackles and a forced fumble in the PapaJohns.com Bowl vs. NC State (12/29). Prior to Rutgers: Versatile athlete who played six different positions in high school … four-year starter at Cocoa High School for coach John Wilkinson … one of only three four-year starters for Wilkinson during his tenure at Cocoa … five interceptions as a senior and finished as the Tigers’ all-time leader with 23 career interceptions … Florida Sports Writers Association Class 3A First Team All-State defensive selection as a senior … listed as the No. 63 prospect in the state of Florida according to the Orlando Sentinel … led team to Florida 3A state semifinals as Cocoa finished with a 10-4 record… first time in school history Cocoa reached the state semifinals as the Tigers won three road games in the playoffs … Florida Today All-Space Coast selection … lined up at free safety, cornerback, quarterback, wide receiver, running back and kick returner … born 11/25/89. 2008 2009 Career

GP 13 13 26

Solo Ast. Total TFL Sacks FF 14 9 23 2.0 2.0 2 18 18 36 3.5 1.0 0 32 27 59 5.5 3.0 2

FR 0 0 0

INT PBU 0 0 2 7 2 7

DID YOU KNOW...

The “State of Rutgers” travels all the way down the I-95 corridor into the “Sunshine State,” where 17 Scarlet Knights call Florida home. The group includes the likes of tight end D.C. Jefferson (Winter Haven), defensive end Jonathan Freeny (Tampa), linebacker Antonio Lowery (Miami) and cornerback David Rowe (Cocoa) the headliners of an ever-growing list of contributors from Florida.


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SCARLET KNIGHTS CALEB

FABIAN

RUCH

RUIZ

OL • Jr. • 6-4 • 290

DL • Jr. • 6-4 • 245

Quakertown HS Quakertown, Pa.

Miami Sunset HS Miami, Fla.

2009: Reserve left guard who was injured prior to the second game of the season against Howard and missed nine games before returning in the regular-season finale against West Virginia (12/5) ... saw action in two games on the year.

2009: Saw action in the first six games of the season, mostly on special teams … did not record a reception on offense or tackle on special teams.

2008: Starting left guard as a redshirt freshman ... started the first four games at right guard ... returned to the starting lineup, this time at left guard, at Pittsburgh (10/25), against Syracuse (11/8), at USF (11/15), against Army (11/22) and Louisville (12/4) ... made collegiate debut and first career start in season opener vs. Fresno State (9/1) ... appeared in 12 games overall, missing the Cincinnati (10/11) contest.

2007: Was in the mix at tight end before suffering an injury early in the season … made lone appearance against Norfolk St. (9/15).

2007: Did not see game action but helped prepare the team as a member of the scout team.

2008: Appeared in 11 games, mostly on special teams.

Prior to Rutgers: One of the top tight end prospects in South Florida … listed as the No. 73 tight end prospect in the nation by Scout.com … three-year starter for head coach Jayson Malkin at Miami Sunset High School … No. 12 ranked recruit in Dade County by the Miami Herald … First-Team All-Dade selection according to the Miami Herald … FHSAA Third-Team All-State tight end … played tight end, defensive end and defensive tackle in the prep ranks … caught nine passes for 159 yards and two touchdowns as a senior … known as a solid blocker in Sunset's run-oriented offense … team advanced to the regional quarterfinals in class 6A in Florida, the state's highest classification for football ... born 2/4/89.

LOGAN

RYAN DB • Fr. • 6-0 • 186 Eastern HS Berlin, N.J.

Prior to Rutgers: Top offensive lineman from the state of Pennsylvania … rated as the No. 28 prospect in the state and the 35th-ranked offensive guard in the nation by Rivals.com … four-year starter for head coach Jon Donnelly at Quakertown … Scout.com named Ruch the 32nd-ranked guard in the country … First-Team Class AAAA Associated Press All-State honors as a senior, becoming the first player in school history to achieve the honor … Philadelphia Inquirer All-Area First Team … Harrisburg Patriot-News “Platinum 33” team selection … Third-Team All-State selection by the Pennsylvania Football News … First-Team All-Area honoree by the Morning Call and Intelligencer … durable player who made 47 career starts and missed just one game in his career due to injury in his freshman season … did not allow a sack his senior year and yielded just one sack as a junior … one of 50 recipients of the Mini Max Award for excellence in high school football, as awarded by the Maxwell Club … born 9/16/88.

2009: Did not see game action but helped prepare the team as a member of the scout team. Prior to Rutgers: Played for head coach Dan Spittal at Eastern High School ... rated as the No. 1 cornerback in New Jersey by Rivals.com … ranked overall as the No. 9 prospect in New Jersey by Rivals.com and the No. 15 cornerback prospect nationally by ESPN.com … SuperPrep Magazine’s No. 13 prospect in New Jersey … starred at both quarterback and cornerback on a 7-3 Eastern HS team, throwing for 1,070 yards and eight touchdowns and rushing for 699 yards and nine touchdowns while running a spread offense … also tallied 43 tackles, two tackles for loss and five interceptions in earning South Jersey Player of the Year Defensive honors from the Philadelphia Inquirer … over his final two scholastic campaigns, Ryan threw for more than 2,500 yards and accounted for 35 total touchdowns in guiding Eastern to a 16-5 record and consecutive state playoff berths ... one of seven members of the 2009 Rutgers recruiting class selected to play in the New Jersey vs. Northeast All-Star Classic at Rutgers Stadium ... tied for the team lead with six tackles and a pass breakup in the game ... born 2/9/91.


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SANU WR • So. • 6-2 • 218 South Brunswick HS South Brunswick, N.J.

2010: A Preseason Third Team All-America selection by Athlon … also a First Team All-BIG EAST pick as both a wide receiver and punt returner by the publication … named the Preseason “Best Athlete in the BIG EAST” by the Sporting News … a First Team All-BIG EAST selection and voted the “Toughest To Bring Down in the BIG EAST” by Lindy’s … a Preseason First Team AllBIG EAST pick as a wide receiver and a Preseason Second Team All-BIG EAST pick as a punt returner by Phil Steele.

2009: True freshman starting wide receiver ... the first true freshman to start at wide receiver in a season-opener in the Greg Schiano era … Honorable Mention Freshman All-America by CollegeFootballNews.com … Third Team All-BIG EAST selection by Phil Steele … finished second on the team in receptions (51) and receiving yards (639) ... was also utilized out of the wildcat formation … had a receiving, rushing and passing touchdown, the first Scarlet Knight to do so in the same season since 1993 ... caught at least one pass in every game (only Scarlet Knight to achieve the feat) with multiple catches in 11 contests ... ranked eighth in the BIG EAST with 3.92 receptions per game and 10th in the league with 88.5 receiving yards per contest ... averaged 5.6 yards per carry ... averaged 26.6 rushing yards and 81.8 all-purpose yards per contest … was named Most Valuable Player of the St. Petersburg Bowl against UCF (12/19) after totaling 41 rushing yards on 13 carries and two rushing touchdowns and 97 receiving yards on four catches and a 61-yard receiving touchdown … tied his career-high with 105 receiving yards on six catches, including a career-long 62-yard touchdown reception and carried the ball 13 times for 47 yards out of the wildcat vs. West Virginia (12/5) … set career-highs in rushes (18), rushing yards (148), longest rush (34) and scored his first two career rushing touchdowns out of the wildcat formation at Louisville (11/27) ... also had two pass attempts, a 10-yard reception and two punt returns against the Cardinals ... matched his season carry total in the first 10 games with the 18 carries and became the fifth Scarlet Knight on the roster with a 100-yard game on the ground in the

Louisville contest … totaled 111 all-purpose yards with 31 yards on three catches, 42 yards on four carries and a 38-yard touchdown pass at Syracuse (11/21) ... recorded a career-high 105 receiving yards, including a 37yarder to go along with his first career receiving touchdown vs. USF (11/12) ... also had four carries for 13 yards in the wildcat formation against the Bulls ... eight catches for 63 yards and carried the ball four times for 29 yards, including an 11-yard touchdown run (his first career touchdown) vs. Pittsburgh 10/16) ... 101 yards on 10 receptions and tallied his first career points with a reception on a two-point conversion in the fourth quarter in first career game vs. Cincinnati (9/7) ... first true freshman wideout to record 100 receiving yards in first career start since Tim Brown (101 yards on four receptions in the Texas Bowl against Kansas State on Dec. 28, 2006) ... 10 receptions were the most by a true freshman in the Greg Schiano era and his 101 receiving yards tied Brown for most by a rookie wideout under Schiano ... member of the 2009 recruiting class who enrolled at Rutgers in February and participated in spring drills ... came in as a safety but switched to wide receiver during spring practice. Prior to Rutgers: First member of the 2009 recruiting class … played for head coach Rick Mantz at South Brunswick High School … turned 19 a week before the 2008 season and wasn't eligible to play his senior campaign at

South Brunswick, but was able to practice with the squad … rated as the No. 19 safety nationally by ESPN.com … played quarterback and led New Jersey to a 33-22 victory over New York in the Nike New York-New Jersey All-Star Classic at Rutgers Stadium in June 2008 … connected on a 55-yard touchdown pass with fellow Scarlet Knight Brandon Jones in the all-star game … tallied 900 yards passing, 700 yards rushing in earning All-Middlesex County honors and leading South Brunswick to its first playoff appearance in 30 years in 2007 ... one of New Jersey's most versatile prospects who played quarterback, wide receiver and punted in his three varsity seasons playing for South Brunswick ... born 8/22/89. Receiving 2009

GP 13

Rec. Yards Avg. 51 639 12.5

TD Long 3 62

Rushing 2009

GP 13

No. Yards Avg. 62 346 5.6

TD Long 5 34

Punt Returns 2009

GP 13

No. Yards Avg. 17 66 3.9

TD Long 0 13

Kick Returns 2009

GP 13

No. Yards Avg. 2 12 6.0

TD Long 0 14


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SCARLET KNIGHTS TOM

SAVAGE QB • So. • 6-5 • 226 Cardinal O'Hara HS Springfield, Pa.

2010: Preseason 24th rated quarterback in the nation as well as “Offensive Player of the Year” and “Strongest Arm” in the BIG EAST by selection by Lindy’s … also a First Team All-BIG EAST pick by the publication … Preseason “Best Passing Quarterback” in the BIG EAST by the Sporting News and Preseason “Breakout Player” in the BIG EAST by Yahoo Sports … Sporting News Preseason All-BIG EAST selection and Preseason Second Team All-BIG EAST pick by Athlon and Phil Steele. 2009: True freshman starting quarterback … Football Writers Association of America Freshman All-America selection and a Third Team Freshmen All-America pick by Phil Steele’s Magazine ... also named an Honorable Mention Freshman All-America selection by CollegeFootballNews.com … voted Offensive Most Valuable Player at team awards banquet ... named starting quarterback prior to the second game of the season against Howard ... made collegiate debut in season opener against Cincinnati (9/7) ... had a touchdown pass in eight of the 12 games he played in ... most wins of any true freshman QB in school history as a starter with eight ... most passing yards and touchdowns by a true freshman quarterback in BIG EAST history ... best touchdown-to-interception ratio in the nation for any true freshman quarterback ... 2,211 passing yards were sixth-most in a season in school history ... passed for a careerhigh 294 yards and was 14-for-27 with two touchdowns, including a 65yarder in the St. Petersburg Bowl against UCF (12/19) ... orchestrated touchdown drives on RU’s first four possessions of the game at Louisville (11/27) and was 10-for-16 (opened game 8-for-8) for 163 yards and a 32yard TD ... also recorded his first career rushing TD with a three-yard run against the Cardinals ... 15-for-30 for 194 yards and two touchdowns vs. USF (11/12) in first career victory vs. a ranked opponent ... became the first true freshman QB in school history to win a BIG EAST road game and did it in his first career BIG EAST road start at Connecticut (10/31) ... threw a career-best three touchdown passes (tied a single-game record for a true freshman QB), including a career-long 81-yarder to WR Tim Brown with 22 seconds which proved to be the game winner ... was 13-for-24 passing for

DID YOU KNOW...

Tom Savage enjoyed one of the best seasons in college football by a true freshman quarterback in 2009. The Springfield, Pa. native finished the season with 2,211 passing yards and 14 touchdown passes for the sixth-best single-season passing mark in Rutgers history.

236 yards against the Huskies ... made first career road start at Army (10/23) and went 10-for-20 for 164 yards, including a 48-yarder in wet conditions ... set career-highs for completions (23) and attempts (39) and threw for 248 yards in his first career BIG EAST start vs. Pittsburgh (10/16) ... connected on a 19-yard TD pass to Tim Brown against the Panthers ... was 14-for-21 for 150 yards and a 34-yard touchdown vs. Texas Southern (10/10) ... also ran the ball six times, including a career-long 28-yard run ... became the second true freshman quarterback in school history to start and lead RU to a victory with the win vs. Howard (9/12) ... had 223 yards (including a 68-yard TD pass to Tim Brown) and two touchdowns - the fifth-most yards by a true freshman QB in his first career start and set a school record for yards per completion by a true freshman QB with 27.8 yards per completion against the Bison ... opened the second half under center vs. Cincinnati (9/7) and completed his first three passes for 35 yards ... finished the game 15-for-23 for 135 yards ... also tossed his first career touchdown pass, completing a seven-yard throw to Shamar Graves in the fourth quarter ... third true freshman to play quarterback in the Greg Schiano era, joining Ryan Cubit (2001) and Ryan Hart (2002).

Prior to Rutgers: Four-year letterwinner and three-year starter at quarterback for head coach Dan Algeo at Cardinal O’Hara High School ... one of two Rutgers commitments selected to play in the prestigious Big 33 game, featuring the top players from Pennsylvania vs. Ohio … rated as the No. 3 pro style quarterback in the nation by Tom Lemming/ MaxPreps.com and the No. 8 pro style quarterback nationally by SuperPrep Magazine … was the second Scarlet Knight to play in the U.S. Army All-America game in San Antonio (Anthony Davis played in the game in 2007) … ESPNU Top 150 recruit nationally and the No. 10 quarterback in the country according to ESPN.com … threw for 1,355 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior … threw for close to 4,000 yards for his career … junior season was cut short due to a foot injury, but managed to throw for 809 yards and eight touchdowns … No. 78 prospect nationally by Tom Lemming … No. 125 recruit overall in the nation according to ESPN.com … Harrisburg Patriot-News Platinum 33 selection … Rivals.com rated Savage as having the third-strongest arm in the nation and the No. 5 prospect in the state of Pennsylvania ... born 4/26/90. Passing 2009

GP Comp. Att. 12 149 285

Pct. 52.3

INT 7

Yards 2,211

Rushing 2009

GP 12

Avg. -1.8

TD 1

Long 28

No. Yards 59 -105

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SCARLET KNIGHTS STEVE

ALEX

SHIMKO

SILVESTRO

QB • So. • 6-5 • 230

DE • Sr. • 6-4 • 260

Ewing HS Ewing, N.J.

Paulsboro HS Gibbstown, N.J.

2009: Appeared in one game, making collegiate debut against Howard (9/12).

2010: A Preseason Second Team All-BIG EAST selection by Lindy’s and Third Team All-BIG EAST pick by Phil Steele.

2008: Enrolled in January of 2008 and participated in spring drills ... did not see game action but helped the team prepare as a member of the scout team.

2009: Starting defensive end who had 42 tackles, 12 tackles-for-loss and two sacks ... Second Team All-BIG EAST selection by Phil Steele … had a tackle-for-loss in 10 of 13 games and recorded a TFL in 12 of the last 16 games, dating back to the 2008 season ... tied for the most fumble recoveries in the nation with four and tied for second in the country in fumble recoveries per game at .31 ... tied for 11th in the BIG EAST with .92 TFLs per game … collected 12th TFL of the season against UCF in the St. Petersburg Bowl … five tackles including 1.5 for loss, a sack and his fourth fumble recovery of the season vs. West Virginia (12/5) ... one of his three tackles went for a loss and recovered his third fumble of the year at Army (10/23) ... two of his four tackles went for a loss vs. Pittsburgh (10/16) ... recovered a fumble for the second straight game vs. Texas Southern (10/10) ... two tackles for loss and his first career fumble recovery at Maryland (9/26) … four tackles and a sack and five QB hurries vs. FIU (9/19) ... posted five tackles and recorded his first career interception with an acrobatic leap to pick off a pass vs. Cincinnati (9/7) ... also had a tackle-for-loss against the Bearcats ... has 29 career starts, including 27 consecutive … Preseason Third Team All-BIG EAST selection by Phil Steele.

Prior to Rutgers: One of the top prep quarterbacks in New Jersey in the class of 2007 … three-year starter for head coach John Bamber at Ewing High School … left Ewing as the school's all-time leader in career passing yards (3,834) and touchdown passes (45) … set school single-season record with 18 touchdown passes as a junior … threw for 1,347 yards and 13 touchdowns as a senior … rated as the No. 30 prospect in New Jersey by Rivals.com … team finished the year 5-5 and lost in the first round of the Central Jersey Group II state playoffs … excellent all-around athlete who also played basketball and led squad to sectional title as a junior … one of three members of the 2008 recruiting class who enrolled early and participated in spring practice … born 1/31/90.

2008: One of two defensive linemen to start all 13 games … finished with 41 tackles, including 8.0 for loss ... assisted on three stops against North Carolina (9/11) ... five tackles, including four solo stops, at Navy (9/20) ... fivetackle performance at West Virginia (10/4) ... four tackles at Cincinnati (10/11) and recorded his first career solo sack for a nine-yard loss on second down to help push the Bearcats out of field goal range ... four tackles and posted a solo sack for the second-straight week against Connecticut (10/18) ... four tackles and a TFL for the third straight game at Pittsburgh (10/25) ... career-high eight tackles and a TFL against Army (11/22) ... posted four stops, including a career-best 2.5 for loss in the PapaJohns.com Bowl against NC State (12/29). 2007: True freshman defensive end who played in 11 games, including three starts ... earned increased playing time as the season progressed ... 13 tackles and three quarterback hurries on the season ... made first career start at Connecticut (11/3), finishing with a season-best four tackles and his first career TFL ... posted his first career sack to go along with a pair of tackles at Louisville (11/29) … three tackles in the International Bowl victory vs. Ball State (1/5). Prior to Rutgers: Named the South Jersey Athlete of the Year by the Philadelphia Inquirer for all sports … rated the 25th best overall prospect in New Jersey by Rivals.com … three-year starter at linebacker for head coach Glenn Howard … also served as the Red Raiders' starting tight end and punter … posted 93 tackles, including 61 solo stops as a senior … also had 10 sacks,12 tackles for loss, two fumble recoveries and eight pass deflections … Star-Ledger Second-Team All-State … Associated Press Third-Team All-State honoree … listed as the No. 19 strongside linebacker in the nation by Scout.com … two-time First Team All-Conference, All-Area and All-South


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SCARLET KNIGHTS Jersey selection by the Philadelphia Inquirer … led Paulsboro to a 10-2 record and the Group I State Championship for the second-straight year as a senior … named the Touchdown Club of Southern Jersey Lineman of the Year and named to the Brooks-Irvine Memorial Football Club All-South Jersey Team as a senior … the Red Raiders were a combined 30-6 in his three years as a varsity starter … totaled 85 tackles, including five sacks as a junior … also a standout wrestler, finished sixth and fourth in the state as a sophomore and junior, respectively … captured the state title at 215 pounds as a senior … earned All-South Jersey First Team honors in wrestling, while leading Paulsboro to a 21-2 record and No. 2 ranking in the state … won over 120 matches on the mat during his career … one of nine members of the 2007 recruiting class invited to play in the 2007 NY/NJ High School AllStar Classic at Rutgers Stadium … born 11/15/88. 2007 2008 2009 Career

GP 11 13 13 37

Solo Ast. Total TFL 8 5 13 1.0 17 26 41 8.0 22 20 42 12.0 47 51 96 21.0

Sacks 0.5 2.0 2.0 4.5

FF 0 0 0 0

FR 0 0 4 4

INT PBU 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 2

JUNIOR

SOLICE DE • Fr. • 6-3 • 240 Hackensack HS Hackensack, N.J.

2009: Did not see game action but helped prepare the team as a member of the scout team. Prior to Rutgers: Played for head coach and former Rutgers assistant coach Mike Miello at Hackensack High School ... started at middle linebacker for the Comets ... Second Team All-Bergen County according to the Star-Ledger ... also named Second Team All-Bergen County by the Record at linebacker ... finished senior season with 103 solo tackles and 21 assisted stops ... valuable special teams performer who blocked two kicks ... four sacks and five pass break ups ... also forced three fumbles and recovered two fumbles ... attended same high school as fellow Scarlet Knight Malcolm Bush … born 12/15/89.

DID YOU KNOW...

Redshirt freshman Junior Solice and classmate Malcolm Bush are one of 10 sets of high school teammates on the current Rutgers roster. The pair played at Hackensack High School in New Jersey. Christopher Columbus High School (Florida) Antonio Lowery Antwan Lowery

Piscataway High School (New Jersey) Marvin Booker Jawaun Wynn

Hackensack High School (New Jersey) Malcolm Bush Junior Solice

St. Joseph’s (Montvale) (New Jersey) Patrick Kivlehan Steve Beauharnais

Hodgson Vo-Tech (Delaware) Jamal Merrell Jamil Merrell

St. Mark’s (Delaware) Desmond Wynn Kyle Sullivan

Manasquan High School (New Jersey) Art Forst Rob Forst

Union High School (New Jersey) Desmond Stapleton Michael Larrow

Paterson Catholic (New Jersey) Al-Ghaffaar Lane Justin Mills

Winslow Township High School (New Jersey) Brandon Jones Ka’Lial Glaud


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SCARLET KNIGHTS DESMOND

STAPLETON OL • Jr. • 6-5 • 285 Union HS Union, N.J.

2009: Backup left tackle ... saw action in seven games ... missed the first two games of the season against Cincinnati (9/7) and Howard (9/12) and three contests against Connecticut (10/31), USF (11/12) and Syracuse (11/21) due to injury suffered in Army game ... made first career start at right tackle at Army (10/23). 2008: Saw action in two games ... made collegiate debut against Morgan State (9/27) ... also appeared in regular-season finale against Louisville (12/4). 2007: Did not see game action but helped prepare the team as a member of the scout team. Prior to Rutgers: One of New Jersey's top offensive line prospects in 2006 and the younger brother of former Rutgers standout center Darnell Stapleton … three-year starter for head coach Marc Crisafi at Union, who played both left tackle on offense and defensive tackle … No. 57 offensive tackle prospect in the nation according to Scout.com … Rivals.com listed Stapleton as the No. 30 prospect in New Jersey … Star-Ledger First-Team All-State selection … Third-Team Associated Press All-State selection … helped guide team to 7-4 record as a senior … one of nine members of the 2007 recruiting class invited to play in the 2007 NY/NJ High School All-Star Classic at Rutgers Stadium … born 1/25/89.

DID YOU KNOW...

Junior offensive lineman Desmond Stapleton is one of two current Scarlet Knights who has an older brother that both played at Rutgers and in the National Football League. Desmond’s older brother Darnell, a two-year starter at center, was a member of the Super Bowl XLIII Champion Pittsburgh Steelers. Junior defensive back Jawann Westerman is the younger brother of Jamaal, a former three-year starter at defensive end and current member of the New York Jets.


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SCARLET KNIGHTS KEITH

KYLE

STROUD

SULLIVAN

WR • So. • 6-3 • 206

PK • Fr. • 5-11 • 176

Fort Hamilton HS (Fork Union) Brooklyn, N.Y.

St. Mark's HS Hockessin, Del.

2009: Reserve wide receiver ... saw action in eight games ... recorded first career reception for 12 yards vs. USF (11/12) ... made collegiate debut vs. Cincinnati (9/7). 2008: Enrolled in January of 2008 and participated in spring drills ... did not see any game action but helped prepare the team as a member of the scout team. Prior to Rutgers: Rated the No. 21 prospect nationally among prep school players by Rivals.com … played one season at Fork Union Military Academy for head coach John Schuman … standout prep performer for Vinnie Laino at Fort Hamilton High School in Brooklyn … caught 38 passes for 680 yards and 12 touchdowns at Fork Union … rated as the sixth-best prep school wide receiver in the country by Rivals.com … led Fort Hamilton to a 13-0 record as a senior … led team with 41 receptions for 614 yards and seven touchdowns … also recorded one interception on defense for the Tigers … one of three members of the 2008 recruiting class who enrolled early and participated in spring practice … born 12/20/89. Receiving 2009

GP 8

Rec. Yards Avg. 1 12 12.0

TD Long 0 12

DID YOU KNOW...

In the last two years, Rutgers Stadium has undergone an expansive addition and renovation. The Scarlet Knights unveiled a newly-constructed mezzanine-level section in 2008 which features over 850 seats and 28 luxury boxes. In 2009, Rutgers opened its new expanded stadium which increased the stadium capacity to 52,454. In addition to the new seating, the expansion upgraded the stadium’s sound system, scoreboard and video screen, while adding concession stands and restrooms, all to enhance the gameday experience for fans. The Scarlet Knights hosted a record crowd of 53,737 fans in attendance during the season opener against Cincinnati.

2009: Served as backup placekicker … did not see game action but helped prepare the team as a member of the scout team. Prior to Rutgers: Served as a wide receiver, kick returner, punt returner, kicker and punter at St. Mark’s High School for head coach John Wilson … four-year varsity starter … led St. Mark’s to the state title game his sophomore and senior seasons … led the team in scoring all four years … had seven touchdowns as a returner and seven interceptions on defense to lead the state of Delaware in both categories his senior season … earned all-state honors as a wide receiver, kicker, punter his senior year … also honored as the Offensive Player of the Year by the Delaware Coaches Association and Special Teams Player of the Year by WDEL in 2008 … averaged 8.67 yards per carry rushing and 16.57 yards per reception, 29.47 yards per punt return and 39.18 yards per kick return … scored 175 points in his scholastic career … was 100-for-102 on extra points (both misses came in freshman season) and 25-for-32 on field goals in his career … lettered three years in basketball as a point guard and four years in track … finished just shy of 1,000 points on the hardwood … earned all-state laurels in basketball as a senior and as a junior and senior in track … attended same high school as fellow Scarlet Knight Desmond Wynn … born 1/11/91.


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TE PK • Jr. • 5-9 • 180 Hickory HS Conover, N.C.

2010: Preseason Third Team All-BIG EAST selection by Athlon. 2009: Second-year starting placekicker ... had multiple field goals in six games … ranked fourth in the BIG EAST in scoring at 7.15 points per game ... ranked second in the BIG EAST and tied for 30th nationally with 1.38 field goals per contest ... enters junior season ranked fifth in school history with 30 career field goals ... his 18 field goals were the fifth-most in a season in school history … finished a perfect 39-for-39 on extra-point attempts on the year and converted 41-straight extra points dating back to the 2008 season ... recorded a 43-yard field goal and converted all six extra-point attempts in the St. Petersburg Bowl against UCF (12/19) … converted a pair of field goals vs. West Virginia (12/5) ... tied his career-high with three field goals (36, 26, and 49 yards) vs. USF (11/12) ... 49 yarder was a season-long and one yard shy of his career-long ... connected on field goals of 27 and 41 yards at Army (10/23) ... connected on a pair of field goals (23 and 37 yards) and was good on all four extra-point attempts at Maryland (9/26) ... matched his career-high for the second-straight game with three field goals (39, 27, 29) and was perfect on both PATs vs. FIU (9/19) ... matched career-high with three field goals (24, 20, 30 yards) and connected on all four extra-point attempts vs. Howard (9/12) ... Preseason First Team All-BIG EAST selection by Sporting News ... Preseason Second Team All-BIG EAST selection by Athlon Sports and Lindy’s and Fourth Team All-BIG EAST pick by Phil Steele. 2008: Took over the starting place-kicking duties following the graduation of Rutgers’ alltime scoring leader Jeremy Ito ... connected on six-straight field goals before missing a 42yarder (after making a 19-yarder) against Connecticut (10/18) ... made his collegiate debut in season opener against Fresno State (9/1) ... connected on field goal attempts from 34 yards and 32 yards against North Carolina (9/11) ... converted all three extrapoint attempts at Navy (9/20) ... was successful on his lone field goal attempt against Morgan State (9/27) from 19 yards out ... made good on a 23-yard field goal at West Virginia (10/4) ... connected on a career-long 50-yard field goal at Cincinnati (10/11) ... was 5-for-5 on extra points against Syracuse (11/8) and 7-for-7 on PATs at USF (11/15) ... had a career-best three field goals, including a 39-yarder against Army (11/22) ... was 9for-9 on extra points against Louisville (12/4) ... matched his career-high with three field goals in the PapaJohns.com Bowl against NC State (12/29) ... converted 24-straight PATs at one point during the season. 2007: Redshirted as backup place-kicker … did not see any game action.

Prior to Rutgers: Ranked as the No. 5 place-kicking prospect in the nation by Scout.com … three-year starter at Hickory for head coach John Worley … ranked as the nation's No. 2 kicker after the Fifth Annual Kicking and Snapping Event, sponsored by Nike and hosted by Chris Sailer Kicking … Rivals.com listed Te as the country's seventh-ranked prospect … strong, accurate leg … 34-of-35 on PATs as a senior with seven field goals … also served as the team's punter … helped guide team to 9-3 record and the first round of the state playoffs … excellent all-around athlete who also played soccer his first three years in high school and was a sprinter on the track team … named Honorable Mention All-State … First-Team All-County and All-Conference … born 12/5/88. Field Goals 2008 2009 Career

GP 13 13 26

FGM 12 18 30

FGA 17 28 45

Long 50 49 50

XPM XPA Points 45 48 81 39 39 93 84 87 174

DID YOU KNOW...

Junior San San Te ranks fifth in school history with 30 career field goals in his first two seasons “On the Banks.” He was a perfect 39-for-39 in extra-point opportunities in 2009 and has converted 41-straight extra-points dating back to his freshman season.


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SCOTT

UDOVICH

VALLONE

DL • Sr. • 6-2 • 235

DT • So. • 6-3 • 270

North Hunterdon HS Annandale, N.J.

St. Anthony's HS Central Islip, N.Y.

2009: Did not see any game action but helped prepare the team as a member of the scout team … member of the BIG EAST All-Academic Football Team.

2010: A Preseason First Team All-BIG EAST selection by Ahtlon and Lindy’s and a Second Team All-BIG EAST pick by Phil Steele … Preseason All-BIG EAST pick by the Sporting News.

2008: Did not see game action but helped prepare the team as a member of the scout team.

2009: A Football Writers Association of America Freshman All-America selection and a First Team Freshmen All-America pick by to Phil Steele’s Magazine ... also named an Honorable Mention Freshman All-America by CollegeFootballNews.com … starting defensive tackle, who won the job in preseason camp ... 41 tackles and 9.0 TFLs on the year ... started all 13 games and made a tackle in each with a tackle for loss in six contests ... posted a career-high in tackles (11) and matched his career-best in TFLs (2.0) vs. West Virginia (12/5) ... registered five tackles and collected his first career solo sack to go with a career-high tying 2.0 TFLs in the St. Petersburg Bowl vs. UCF (12/19) … five tackles and a career-high 2.0 tackles for loss at Army (10/23) ... four tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss vs. Pittsburgh (10/16) ... assisted on a sack (first of his career) vs. Texas Southern (10/10) ... earned first career start and assisted on a tackle while also recording a QB hurry vs. Cincinnati (9/7) … member of the BIG EAST All-Academic Football Team.

2007: Did not see game action but competed as a member of the scout team. 2006: Redshirted as a true freshman. Prior to Rutgers: Was a two-time All-Conference, All-Area and All-West Jersey selection … three-year starter at defensive end and offensive tackle for head coach Dennis Haughey … also handled the team's punting duties … finished with 78 tackles and five sacks as a senior … had 63 tackles and seven sacks during his junior year … was named the team's MVP as both a junior and senior … a three-time All-County pick … excelled in basketball and track & field … a three-time All-County power forward, he finished 20th in the state in the shot put as a senior … son of Clement Udovich, a Scarlet Knight letterwinner from 1982-85 and the nephew of Patrick Udovich, Rutgers' fourthleading tackler all-time … born 8/31/88.

VALLONE

2008: Appeared in two games before undergoing season-ending surgery and redshirted ... made collegiate debut against Morgan State (9/27). Prior to Rutgers: One of the most heralded defensive tackles in the nation from a dominant prep program at St. Anthony’s on Long Island … three-year starter for coach Rich Reichert … ended his varsity career with a 31-2 record for the Friars … St. Anthony’s won seven consecutive CHSFL AAA Championships at the time of Vallone’s graduation … posted 71 tackles, including 16 for loss and eight sacks en route to CHSFL Defensive Player of the Year honors as a senior … two-time All-Long Island selection by Newsday … rated as the No. 3 prospect in the state of New York and the No. 20 defensive tackle in the nation by Rivals.com … ESPN.com listed Vallone as the No. 29 defensive tackle in the nation … New York State Sportswriters Association First Team All-State selection as a senior … New York Daily News Player of the Year on Long Island … Second Team All-State as a junior … recorded 47 solo tackles, 41 assists and 13 tackles for loss as a junior with six sacks … first junior to be elected captain at St. Anthony’s and was a two-time captain for the Friars … born 5/26/90. 2009

GP 13

Solo Ast. Total TFL Sacks FF 22 19 41 9.0 1.5 0

DID YOU KNOW...

FR 0

INT PBU 0 0

Sophomore defensive tackle Scott Vallone was one of three Scarlet Knights to earn Freshman All-American honors in 2009. Vallone was a First Team pick of the Football Writers Association of America. Vallone was also a First Team selection by Phil Steele’s Magazine,


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SCARLET KNIGHTS WAYNE

DAVON

WARREN

WATKIS

DB • So. • 6-1 • 204

OL • So. • 6-7 • 310

Wicomico HS Salisbury, Md.

Longwood HS Coram, N.Y.

2009: Redshirt freshman who was in the mix in the defensive backfield ... also appeared on special teams ... saw action in seven games … made collegiate debut vs. Cincinnati (9/7) … did not record a tackle. 2008: Did not see any game action, but did participate in practice as a member of the scout team. Prior to Rutgers: Played for coach David Nettles at Wicomico High School … top-rated quarterback recruit in the state of Maryland by Rivals.com … tabbed the No. 15 prospect overall in Maryland and the No. 24 dual-threat quarterback in the nation by Rivals.com … Scout.com listed Warren as the No. 28 quarterback nationally … No. 91 athlete in the country by ESPN.com … played in just five games as a senior due to a knee injury … ran for 236 yards and five touchdowns (8.8 yards per carry) his senior season … 22-for34 through the air for 416 yards and two TDs as a senior as the Indians finished the season 10-1 … as a junior, was 52-for-105 passing for 984 yards and 17 touchdowns in 12 games … ran for 112 yards on 27 carries his junior season … led squad to 11-1 record and an appearance in the MPSSAA Class 2A East Region championship … born 2/2/90.

2009: Reserve offensive lineman … made his collegiate debut against FIU (9/19). 2008: Did not see any game action but helped prepare the team as a member of the scout team. Prior to Rutgers: One of the top offensive linemen on Long Island in 2007 … played for coach Chris Meyer at Longwood High School … rated as the No. 10 recruit in the state of New York and the No. 2 offensive line prospect in the Empire State according to Rivals.com … rated the No. 82 offensive tackle in the nation by Scout.com … part of a team that finished 8-2 in 2007 and second in Division I on Long Island … born 9/2/90.

Rutgers Football Earns Prestigious #1 National Ranking in NCAA Academic Progress Rate

The Rutgers football team achieved the nation’s number one ranking in Academic Progress Rate according to the latest multi-year APR figures released by the NCAA. The historic accomplishment continues a trend for the Rutgers football program of success both in the classroom and on the playing field. The multi-year APR figure of 992 was the best ever posted by a football program in the Football Bowl Subdivision, topping the previous record set by Stanford in 2008 with a multi-year APR score of 986. The Scarlet Knights’ four-year APR score of 992 covered the academic years of 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08 and 2008-09. For the third consecutive year, the Rutgers football team was ranked in the top three nationally in multi-year APR rates, becoming the only public university to do so. The top five Football Bowl Subdivision schools in terms of APR are Rutgers (992), Air Force (988), Rice (987), Northwestern (986) and Duke (983). For the third consecutive year, Rutgers football has the best APR mark of any state university in the nation. Rutgers is the only institution in the nation to have its football team ranked in the top three of the APR and win a bowl game in each of the last three seasons. Rutgers defeated UCF in the St. Petersburg Bowl for its fourth consecutive postseason victory last December, becoming one of only four teams in the nation to win bowl games in each of the last four seasons. The APR provides a real-time look at a team’s academic success each semester or quarter by tracking the academic progress of each student-athlete. The APR includes eligibility, retention, and graduation in the calculation and provides a clear picture of the academic culture in each sport.


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SCARLET KNIGHTS JAWANN

De’ANTWAN

WESTERMAN

WILLIAMS

DB • Jr. • 5-11 • 180

RB • So. • 5-8 • 195

Notre Dame HS Brampton, Ontario

Woodbridge HS Woodbridge, Va.

2009: Did not see any game action but helped prepare the team as a member of the scout team. 2008: Did not see any game … competed as a member of the scout team. 2007: Redshirted as a true freshman. Prior to Rutgers: Played on the prep level in Canada at Notre Dame High School where he was a four-year letterwinner and two-year starter … played primarily wide receiver and cornerback for the Knights … had a career-high four interceptions in one game against rival St. Thomas Aquinas … Notre Dame won two regional titles and a provincial championship during Westerman’s career … led them to a 9-0 record as a senior … younger brother of former Scarlet Knight and current New York Jet Jamaal Westerman … born 12/23/86.

DID YOU KNOW...

Sophomore RB De’Antwan Williams rushed for a career 132 yards on 19 carries in the win over Texas Southern during his true freshman season. Williams is one of four Scarlet Knights on the 2010 roster to have recorded a 100-yard rushing game in his career, joining senior running back Kordell Young, junior running back Joe Martinek and sophomore wide receiver Mohamed Sanu. Williams was the first true freshman to eclipse the century mark since Ray Rice in 2005. 100-Yard Rushers on 2010 Roster Player Opponent Joe Martinek FIU (‘09) Joe Martinek at Maryland (‘09) Joe Martinek at Army (‘09) Joe Martinek #23 USF (‘09) Mohamed Sanu at Louisville (‘09) De’Antwan Williams Texas Southern (‘09) Kordell Young Syracuse (‘08)

Att.-Yards-TD 23-121-0 19-147-2 25-147-2 25-128-1 18-148-2 19-132-1 29-143-1

2009: True freshman running back who also lined up at wide receiver in certain wildcat formations ... 235 yards rushing on the season ... saw action in six games... averaged 5.3 yards per carry with a pair of 44-yard runs ... set career-highs in rushes (19), rushing yards (132) and tied his career-long run of 44 yards vs. Texas Southern (10/10) ... made collegiate debut in second game of the season and rushed 14 times for 89 yards, including a career-long 44 yard run in the fourth quarter vs. Howard (9/12). Prior to Rutgers: Four-year letterwinner and four-year starter at running back for head coach Keith King at Woodbridge High School ... rushed for over 1,000 yards in each of his four seasons on the prep level ... rushed for 6,909 career yards and 83 touchdowns, placing him sixth all-time in Virginia high school history … No. 3 all-time rusher in Class AAA in the state of Virginia … rushed for 1,950 yards and scored 32 touchdowns as a senior in leading the Vikings to an unbeaten regular season and the Virginia AAA Cardinal District championship … 2008 All-Met selection by the Washington Post … also earned All-Region, All-District and All-State honors as a senior … rushed for 2,247 yards and 28 touchdowns his junior year en route to All-State accolades … rated as the No. 14 running back in the nation and the No. 7 prospect in Virginia by Rivals.com … member of the Rivals250 as the nation’s No. 135 overall recruit ... one of seven members of the 2009 Rutgers recruiting class selected to play in the New Jersey vs. Northeast All-Star Classic at Rutgers Stadium ... played for the Northeast team where he totaled 48 yards on 11 carries in the game ... born 10/31/90. Rushing 2009

GP 6

No. Yards Avg. 44 235 5.3

TD 1

Long 44


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TIM

WILSON

WRIGHT

OL • Fr. • 6-5 • 307

WR • So. • 6-4 • 216

South Shore HS Brooklyn, N.Y.

Wall HS Wall Township, N.J.

2009: Did not see game action but helped prepare the team as a member of the scout team. Prior to Rutgers: Three-year letterwinner and three-year starter for head coach Thomas Salvato at South Shore High School ... skilled athlete who started at both offensive and defensive tackle ... rarely left the field and even played on special teams for the Vikings … SuperPrep Magazine lists Wilson as the No. 3 prospect in New York … rated as the No. 9 prospect in the state of New York by Rivals.com … New York City Coaches Association All-City selection on offense … selected to play in the Outback Steakhouse Empire Challenge All-Star Game, featuring the top players from New York City vs. Long Island ... one of seven members of the 2009 Rutgers recruiting class selected to play in the New Jersey vs. Northeast All-Star Classic at Rutgers Stadium ... born 1/9/91.

DID YOU KNOW...

Sophomore Tim Wright was one of three Scarlet Knights honored for their play at the conclusion of the 2010 spring practice. Wright was the recipient of the Mark Mills Second Effort Award, given to the Most Improved Offensive Player. Sophomore defensive back Khaseem Greene earned the Douglas A. Smith Award for his efforts as the Most Improved Defensive Player. Senior defensive tackle Charlie Noonan won the Frank R. Burns Award, given to the player who displays extraordinary mental and physical toughness during spring practice. Wright and Greene took home additional awards with Wright being named to the Rivals.com All-Spring Team, while Greene was selected to the Sporting News AllSpring Team.

2010: Named to Rivals.com All-Spring Team … recipient of the Mark Mills Second Effort Award, presented to the Most Improved Offensive Player in spring drills. 2009: Second-string wide receiver ... saw action in 12 games, missing the Maryland (9/26) contest ... made first career start as RU opened the game with three wide receivers at Syracuse (11/21) ... made collegiate debut in season opener against Cincinnati (9/7) ... did not recorded a catch. 2008: Did not see any game action but helped prepare the team as a member of the scout team. Prior to Rutgers: Versatile athlete who played tailback, wide receiver, cornerback and safety in leading Wall to a 5-5 record in 2007 … three-year starter for head coach Chris Barnes ... consensus Top 15 recruit in New Jersey ... rushed for 383 yards and three touchdowns while hauling in 23 receptions for 347 yards and six touchdowns ... rushed for 141 yards vs. Matawan ... caught four passes for 113 yards and two TDs vs. Middletown South ... Second Team All-Shore by the Asbury Park Press ... First Team AllShore by the Star-Ledger ... ranked No. 11 in New Jersey by Rivals.com and No. 10 in the state by Scout.com … one of seven members of 2008 recruiting class selected to play in the NY/NJ All-Star Football Classic at Rutgers Stadium … born 4/7/90.


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WYNN OL • Jr. • 6-6 • 290 St. Mark's HS Bear, Del.

2009: Backup right guard to Howard Barbieri ... started three contests at right guard and saw action in seven games overall ... moved up the depth chart on the offensive line during camp and earned first career start in third game of the season vs. FIU (9/19) ... made collegiate debut vs. Howard (9/12) ... recipient of the Mark Mills Second Effort Award, given to the Most Improved Offensive Player during 2009 spring practice. 2008: Did not see any game action but helped prepare the team as a member of the scout team. 2007: Did not see any game action but helped prepare the team as a member of the scout team. Prior to Rutgers: First Team All-State selection in Delaware by both the Interscholastic Football Coaches Association and Delaware Broadcasters and Sportswriters Association … two-year starter for head coach John Wilson at St. Mark's … missed the first three games of senior season with a sprained ACL, returning to spark St. Mark's on a six-game winning streak … St. Mark's finished 9-3 and ranked No. 4 in the state … two-time First Team All-Conference selection … ranked as the No. 3 overall prospect in the state of Delaware and the No. 60 strongside defensive end in the nation by Rivals.com … moved to defensive tackle to fill a hole as a senior, posting 45 tackles, including nine tackles-for-loss, while facing double teams the majority of the season … 36 tackles, including six tackles-for-loss and three sacks at his defensive end spot as a junior … also a scholastic basketball standout but chose not to play as a senior to concentrate solely on football … attended same high school as fellow Scarlet Knight Kyle Sullivan ... born 8/31/88.

DID YOU KNOW...

Junior offensive lineman Desmond Wynn is one of five players from the state of Delaware on the 2010 roster. Wynn was the first recruit of the Greg Schiano era from “The First State” to join the Rutgers football program. The Scarlet Knights’ 2009 recruiting class included four Delaware natives. Name Duron Harmon Jamal Merrell Jamil Merrell Kyle Sullivan Desmond Wynn

Pos. DB LB WR PK OL

City Magnolia Bear Bear Hockessin Bear

High School Caeser Rodney HS Hodgson Vo-Tech HS Hodgson Vo-Tech HS St. Mark’s HS St. Mark’s HS


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YOUNG RB • Sr. • 5-9 • 190 West Deptford HS West Deptford, N.J.

2009: In the running back rotation before suffering a season-ending knee injury against USF (11/12) ... saw action in seven games ... started (first time since PapaJohns.com Bowl against NC State at the end of 2008 season) and matched his career-high with three receptions for 32 yards to go along with a pair of carries vs. Pittsburgh (10/16) ... made season debut vs. FIU (9/21) and had one carry and two receptions for six yards ... did not see action in the first two games after recovering from offseason surgery ... has appeared in 29 career games … Preseason Third Team All-BIG EAST selection by Phil Steele. 2008: Led team in rushing yards (554) and averaged 69.3 yards per game in eight games … made his first appearance since Sept. 15, 2007 after recovering from a knee injury, recording a then-career-high 94 yards on 26 attempts and a TD in the season opener against Fresno State (9/1) ... also caught two passes for 19 yards vs. the Bulldogs ... missed four games e season opener against Fresno State (9/1) ... also caught two passes for 19 yards vs. the Bulldogs ... missed four games with knee soreness but returned for the sixth game of the season at Cincinnati (10/11) ... rushed the ball 22 times for 78 yards and caught one pass for nine yards against the Bearcats ... also attempted and completed his first career pass for a 17yard touchdown to Jack Corcoran in the third quarter at Cincinnati ... had 28 carries for 80 yards and a third-quarter touchdown against Connecticut (10/18) in first back-to-back appearances of the season ... carried the ball 20 times for 83 yards and matched his career-high with two touchdowns at Pittsburgh (10/25) ... posted career-highs in carries (29) and rushing yards (143), including a 23-yard run, to go along with a touchdown and a careerbest three catches for 27 yards against Syracuse (11/8) … was named BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week for his performance vs. the Orange ... six rushes for 36 yards and completed a pass at USF (11/15) ... rushed the ball five times for 36 yards and a career-long 26-yard run against Army (11/22) ... missed the regular-season finale against Louisville (12/4) due to injury but returned to start and carry the ball six times in the PapaJohns.com Bowl against NC State (12/29). 2007: True sophomore who served as the backup to Ray Rice before suffering a season-ending knee injury in the third game of the year against Norfolk St. (9/15) ... also served as a starting kick returner prior to injury ... rushed seven times for 21 yards against the Spartans before suffering the injury ... returned the opening kickoff a career-long 56 yards in season-opener vs. Buffalo (8/30) ... gained 26 yards on five carries against Navy (9/7). 2006: No. 2 tailback who played in 11 games … 29 carries for 138 yards and three touchdowns … averaged 4.8 yards per rush … saw his first collegiate action against Illinois (9/9), rushing for 37 yards on eight carries ... scored his first career touchdowns in win over Howard (9/23), recording 20 yards on seven carries ... ran for 28 yards, including a season-long 22-yard run, on three carries in the win at Navy (10/14) ... scored a touchdown against the Midshipmen ... caught two passes (first two of his career) for 41 yards in the win over No. 3 Louisville (11/9) ... career-long 39-yard reception in the second quarter that eventually set up a Jeremy Ito field goal vs. the Cardinals ... rushed 39 yards on seven carries against No. 15 West Virginia

(12/2), including a 15-yard run during a five-play, 80-yard scoring drive to open the game. Prior to Rutgers: Member of the Rivals250 team as a prep standout at West Deptford High School … rated as the seventh-best all-purpose back in the nation and the ninth-best prospect in New Jersey by Rivals.com … named one of the top running backs in the nation by Fab50recruiting.com … First Team All-State honors by the Star-Ledger and the Associated Press … Courier-Post Player of the Year and First Team All-South Jersey … also named Gloucester County Times Offensive Player of the Year … four-year varsity starter for the Eagles … established school record in career yards with 4,597 and touchdowns with 63 … averaged 10.8 yards per carry for his career … rushed for a school single-season record 1,898 yards on 152 carries (12.5 yards per carry) as a senior … also caught seven passes for 123 yards and returned two kickoffs and one punt for touchdowns … scored 196 points as a senior … also played defensive back … 1,251 yards and 22 touchdowns and earned All-State, All-South Jersey and All-Conference honors as a junior … averaged 11.5 yards per carry his junior season … also competed on West Deptford's track team where he was an All-Group II choice in the 100 meters by the Star-Ledger… West Deptford owned a 44-3 record during Young's four seasons … selected to play in the 2006 NY/NJ Governor's Bowl ... named to the New Jersey Football Coaches Association Super 100 team ... born 3/18/87. Rushing 2006 2007 2008 2009 Career

GP 11 3 8 79 29

No. 29 18 142 28 198

Yards 138 58 554 3.1 778

Avg. 4.8 3.2 3.9 0 3.9

TD Long 3 22 0 7 5 26 9 8 26

Receiving 2006 2007 2008 2009 Career

GP 11 3 8 7 29

Rec. Yards Avg. 3 39 13.0 0 0 0.0 6 55 9.2 7 48 6.9 16 142 8.9

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Hugh Ahern

Pos.

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WR

Fr.

Fr.

6-6

215

Brandon Coleman Nick DeLouisa

DL LB

PK

Chas Dodd

QB

Chris Fonti

Fr.

Fr. Fr.

Fr.

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215

Accokeek, Md./Bishop McNamara Tewksbury, N.J./Immaculata

Wayne, N.J./Wayne Hills

Gareef Glashen

DB

Fr.

Fr.

5-10

190

Miami, Fla./Carol City

Jawan Jamison

RB

James Kim

Kenneth Kirksey

OL

Fr.

Rancho Cucamonga, Calif./Rancho Cucamonga

ATH

Fr.

Fr.

6-2

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Egg Harbor Twp., N.J./Egg Harbor Twp.

DL

Fr.

Fr.

6-1

290

Daytona Beach, Fla./Mainland

6-6

225

Flemington, N.J./Hunterdon Central

6-3

240

Greensburg, Pa./Hempfield Area/Kiski Prep (Saltsburg, Pa.)

LB/DE

Fr. Fr.

Djwany Mera

DE

Fr.

Justin Mills

LB

David Milewski

58

Fred Overstreet

Frank Quartucci J.T. Tartacoff

OL

LB LB LB

Fr.

6-6

Fr.

Fr.

Fr.

Fr. Fr.

Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

WR

Fr.

Fr.

ATH

Casey Turner

RB

Lorenzo Waters

DB

Fr.

6-4

6-1 6-1

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Starke, Fla./The Bolles School Kinnelon, N.J./Kinnelon

Jacksonville, Fla./Trinity Christian Academy

Hicksville, N.Y./Holy Trinity (Hofstra) Hollywood, Fla./South Broward Sayreville, N.J./Sayreville

Sayreville, N.J./Paterson Catholic/Camden Military Acad. (S.C.) Tampa, Fla./Jefferson

6-4

290

Hamilton, N.J./Hamilton West

6-1

205

Endicott, N.Y./Union-Endicott

5-11 6-2

225

Oakland Park, Fla./Boyd Anderson

6-6

300

Passaic, N.J./Passaic

6-3

190

Piscataway, N.J./Piscataway

Fr.

Fr.

OL

Fr.

Fr.

WR

Fr.

Fr.

Fr.

6-4

200

Fr.

LB

Fr.

6-3

5-11

Fr.

Fr.

5-8

Fr.

Fr.

33

Jawaun Wynn

Fr.

Fr.

Jordan Thomas

Jorge Vicioso

Fr.

Fr.

OL

29

Marcus Thompson

Manasquan, N.J./Manasquan

210

So.

37

284

Lodi, N.J./Lodi

5-10

OL

Shane Meisner

6-4

225

Fr.

Matt McBride

35

Fr.

6-3

Fr.

8

Bryan Leoni

Fr.

Lyman, S.C./Byrnes

LS

DB

83

6-3

Long Valley, N.J./West Morris Central

315

Fr.

Rashad Knight

21

Fr.

6-2

220

6-7

DL

22

79

Fr.

6-0

Secaucus, N.J./Secaucus

Fr.

Tejay Johnson

48

Fr.

New City, N.Y./Paramus Catholic (Wagner)

Fr.

84

82

Fr.

215

OL

Rob Harrell

57

6-4

Maplewood, N.J./Hudson Catholic (The Peddie School)

197

41

54

Fr.

225

6-0

Rob Forst

93

6-7

Fr.

61

91

Fr.

Fr.

Joe Falato

95

East Stroudsburg, Pa./East Stroudsburg South

6-4

59

86

225

Fr.

WR

39

6-0

Fr.

Jeremy Deering

2

Downingtown, Pa./Downingtown East

OL

RB/LB

62

295

Betim Bujari

Michael Burton

19

6-4

So.

46

95

Hometown/High School (Previous School)

QB

Sam Bergen

18

Fr.

Wt.

Tyler Bellia

44

17

Fr.

Ht.

Fr.

Taj Alexander

55

Elig.

OL

78 16

Cl.

Fr.

5-11

Fr.

6-0

190

190

195

Skillman, N.J./Montgomery

Jacksonville, Fla./Ed White

Accokeek, Md./DeMatha


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TYLER

AHERN

BELLIA

OL • Fr. • 6-7 • 315

QB • Fr. • 6-4 • 215

Hudson Catholic HS (The Peddie School) Maplewood, N.J.

Paramus Catholic HS (Wagner) New City, N.Y.

Prior to Rutgers: Two-year varsity letterwinner at Hudson Catholic for head coach Rob Stern … played one season at The Peddie School in Hightstown for head coach Frank deLaurentis … versatile lineman who played on both the offensive and defensive line at Peddie … tallied 10 tackles and a pair of sacks at nose tackle while also playing left guard on offense for the Falcons … competed at right tackle in his two seasons at Hudson Catholic, guiding the Hawks to a 9-2 record as a junior and a 7-4 mark and an appearance in the state championship game at Rutgers Stadium as a senior in 2008 … earned Second Team All-Conference honors in his senior season with the Hawks … attended Columbia High School in Maplewood in his first two scholastic years but did not play football until transferring to Hudson Catholic … also competed as a center and power forward on the hardwood at Hudson Catholic, averaging 10 points and 10 rebounds … born 11/19/90.

TAJ

ALEXANDER DL • Fr. • 6-4 • 295 Downingtown East HS Downingtown, Pa.

Prior to Rutgers: Two-year letterwinner and two-year starter for head coach Mike Matta at Downingtown East High School … one of the top prep players in Pennsylvania … one of two Rutgers signees selected to play for Pennsylvania in the prestigious Big 33 game … Philadelphia Inquirer All-Southeastern Pennsylvania defensive selection as a senior for the Cougars … Pennsylvania Writers Second Team Class AAAA All-State selection on defense … posted 56 tackles, including 24 tackles-for-loss and 17 sacks as a senior from his defensive tackle position … set a school single-season record with the 17 sacks … recovered six fumbles as a senior … led team to a 10-3 record as a senior and a spot in the PIAA District 1 Class AAAA semifinals … rated as the No. 31 prospect in the Keystone state by SuperPrep Magazine … born 4/12/92.

Prior to Rutgers: Quarterback who transferred to Rutgers after one season at Wagner College … redshirted the 2009 season with the Seahawks … spent first three years at Clarkstown North High School where he played one season of varsity for head coach Tron Gone … transferred to Paramus Catholic in New Jersey for his senior season … played for head coach Gabe Infante … threw nine touchdowns and ran for eight more scores during his senior season at Paramus Catholic en route to Second Team All-League honors in 2008 … also played three years of baseball and basketball before concentrating on football his senior year … born 10/10/91.

DID YOU KNOW...

Rutgers had three freshmen earn All-American honors in 2009, including two true freshmen in Mohamed Sanu and Tom Savage. As a true freshman last season, Sanu became the first Scarlet Knight since 1993 to record a receiving, passing and rushing touchdown in the same season. He totaled nine touchdowns in his first season “On the Banks.” Savage enjoyed one of the best seasons in college football by a true freshman quarterback in 2009. The Springfield, Pa. native finished the season with 2,211 passing yards and 14 touchdown passes for the sixth-best single-season passing mark in Rutgers history. The team’s offensive MVP, Savage threw for the most yards by a true freshman in BIG EAST single-season history en route to being named FWAA First Team Freshman All-America. He also ranked second nationally among all true freshman quarterbacks in passing yards and touchdowns.


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SCARLET KNIGHTS SAM

MICHAEL

BERGEN

BURTON

LB • Fr. • 6-0 • 225

RB/LB • Fr. • 6-0 • 220

East Stroudsburg South HS East Stroudsburg, Pa.

West Morris Central HS Long Valley, N.J.

Prior to Rutgers: Four-year letterwinner and four-year starter for head coach Ed Christian at East Stroudsburg South High School … played fullback and linebacker for the Cavaliers … one of two Scarlet Knight signees selected to play for Pennsylvania in the prestigious Big 33 game … 78 tackles in nine games before a knee injury cut short his senior season… twotime Mountain Valley Conference First Team selection at linebacker … led squad with 8.7 tackles per game … four sacks on defense … part of four Cavalier teams that went 36-13 during his four-year career in high school … born3/6/92.

BETIM

BUJARI OL • Fr. • 6-4 • 292 Secaucus HS Secaucus, N.J.

Prior to Rutgers: Enrolled at Rutgers in January and participated in spring drills … verbally committed to Rutgers in November of 2008 … four-year starter for head coach Charlie Voorhees at Secaucus High School … talented two-way player on the prep level who played on the offensive line, defensive line and at linebacker for the Patriots … Second Team All-State selection by the Newark Star-Ledger … First Team Group I honoree by the Star-Ledger … rated as the No. 7 prospect in New Jersey according to SuperPrep Magazine … rated as the No. 5 offensive line recruit and the 20thbest prospect overall in New Jersey by Rivals.com … top-50 national offensive guard recruit by Scout.com … two-time All-Hudson County First Team offensive selection … led squad as a senior to an 11-1 record and a spot in the Group I North Jersey state championship game … finished senior season with 91 tackles (57 solo), five sacks and one interception … helped lead team to the state playoffs in all four seasons at Secaucus … family is from Albania … speaks fluent Albanian and Turkish … older brother Bekim plays linebacker at Kean University … born5/25/92.

Prior to Rutgers: Four-year varsity starter for head coach Kevin Hennelly at West Morris Central High School … First Team All-State and All-Group III selection by the Star-Ledger … named Morris County Player of the Year by the Star Ledger … also honored as the Daily Record Player of the Year as a senior … competed as a running back and linebacker … set 10 school season and career records despite missing six games as a junior with a broken toe … rushed for a school single-season record 1,769 yards on 200 carries and 20 touchdowns as a senior … also posted 12 receptions for 161 yards and a pair of touchdowns and passed for three touchdowns … accumulated school-record 27 touchdowns overall his senior season … rushed for a school-record 306 yards in a 42-0 victory over Nutley in the sectional semifinals in 2009 … named the MVP of the state title game after accumulating 100 yards on the ground and recording a rushing and passing and kickoff return touchdown … owns the school career rushing mark with 3,332 yards, single-season all-purpose yardage record with 2,376 yards, career all-purpose mark with 4,498 yards, single-game touchdown mark (5), career touchdown record (51), single-game points mark (36) and career points record (343) … led the Wolfpack to a 10-2 record and first state title in six years in 2009 … also earned All-County honors as a sophomore and junior … father, Peter, was a standout running back at Susquehanna University and sister Lyndsay is a junior forward on the basketball team at Johns Hopkins University … born 2/1/92.

DID YOU KNOW...

Sam Bergen is one of two members of the 2010 Rutgers recruiting class selected to play in the prestigious “Big 33 Game” showcasing the top scholastic players from the state of Pennsylvania against the top players from the state of Ohio. Fellow Rutgers newcomer Taj Alexander was also selected to play in the contest. Five members of the current Rutgers roster from the “Keystone State” have been selected to play in the prestigious All-Star contest. The group includes four selections in the last two recruiting classes.

Scarlet Knights selected or nominated to play in the Big 33 Game Charlie Noonan (2006) David Osei (2009) Tom Savage (2009) Taj Alexander (2010) Sam Bergen (2010)


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NICK

COLEMAN

DeLOUISA

WR • Fr. • 6-6 • 215

PK • Fr. • 6-3 • 215

Bishop McNamara HS Accokeek, Md.

Immaculata HS Tewksbury, N.J.

Prior to Rutgers: Three-year letterwinner and three-year starter for head coach Bryce Bevill at Bishop McNamara High School … third Scarlet Knight to play in the Under Armour All-America game (Antwan Lowery, Darrell Givens) … played both wide receiver and safety in high school … also a member of the Bishop McNamara basketball team … SuperPrep AllAmerica selection who was rated the No. 5 prospect in the Mid-Atlantic region (states of Delaware, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia) … finished senior season with 41 receptions for 838 yards and 10 touchdowns … eight of his 10 touchdowns were for 20 yards or longer … also totaled four interceptions and 64 tackles on defense from his safety position … Washington Post First Team All-Met honoree on defense … 2009 Maryland Big School All-State First Team selection at wide receiver … rated as one of the top 250 recruits in the nation by Rivals.com … No. 5 prospect in Maryland and the No. 29 wide receiver nationally by Rivals.com … No. 34 wide receiver in the country according to Scout.com … breakout junior season featured 21 receptions for 584 yards and six touchdowns … averaged 27.8 yards per reception his junior season … born6/22/92.

JEREMY

DEERING WR • Fr. • 6-2 • 203 Leto HS Tampa, Fla.

Prior to Rutgers: Four-year letterwinner and four-year starter for head coach Hugh Dehnert at Leto High School … ranked the No. 17 athlete in the nation by ESPN’s Scouts, Inc. … rated the No. 5 running back and 36thbest prospect overall in Florida by the Orlando Sentinel … rated the No. 81 recruit in the state by the Miami Herald … No. 52 safety prospect nationally and the No. 99 overall recruit in Florida by Rivals.com … No. 46 safety prospect in the country and the No. 55 overall prospect in Florida by Scout.com … played both quarterback and running back for the Falcons … 812 yards and three rushing touchdowns as a senior … 13 receptions for 265 yards and another three touchdowns receiving … led squad with six touchdowns on the season … All-Hillsborough County Honorable Mention selection by both the St. Petersburg Times and Tampa Tribune … threw for over 800 yards and 10 touchdowns as a junior at quarterback … also rushed for over 1,000 yards and scored six touchdowns on the ground in 2008 … averaged 5.5 yards per carry and rushed for 705 yards as a sophomore with four touchdowns … born 8/12/90.

Prior to Rutgers: Two-year varsity letterwinner as a placekicker for Immaculata head coach and former Rutgers football player Pierce Frauenheim … two-year varsity letterwinner as a center midfielder and defender in soccer his freshman and sophomore season before joining the football program … connected on eight field goals as a senior with four field goals of longer than 48 yards … recorded a season-long 51-yarder twice in 2009 … connected on 43 of 46 extra-point opportunities … registered 32 touchbacks on kickoffs his senior season … First Team All-State selection by the Star Ledger … also earned First Team All-County and First Team AllArea and All-Conference honors by the publication as a senior … named Special Teams Player of the Year both years on the squad and was the recipient of the Pierce Frauenheim Achievement of Excellence Award his senior season … limited to just three games his junior season due to mononucleosis but returned to record a pair of field goals in the state championship game against St. Joseph’s (Montvale) at Rutgers Stadium … Spartans were state finalists and lost just four times in his two seasons on the varsity squad … born 1/26/92.


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SCARLET KNIGHTS CHAS

CHRIS

DODD

FONTI

QB • Fr. • 6-0 • 197

OL • Fr. • 6-7 • 315

Byrnes HS Lyman, S.C.

Wayne Hills HS Wayne, N.J.

Prior to Rutgers: Four-year letterwinner and three-year starter at quarterback for head coach Chris Miller at Byrnes High School … first recruit of the Greg Schiano era from the state of South Carolina … remarkable prep career featured 81 career touchdown passes and 10,292 career passing yards … rated as the No. 57 quarterback in the nation according to ESPN’s Scouts, Inc. … record-setting quarterback that led one of South Carolina’s premier prep programs to two state championships and two region championships during his career … was an amazing 42-3 as a starter under center for the Rebels … finished second in South Carolina single-season history with 51 touchdown passes as a senior … established a schoolrecord with 4,163 yards passing as a senior … completed 252 of his 391 attempts (64.4 %) during senior season … High School Sports Report South Carolina Offensive Player of the Year as a senior … threw for 2,927 yards and 28 touchdowns as a junior en route to second team all-state honors … listed as the top quarterback prospect and the No. 26 player overall in South Carolina according to Scout.com … rated as the No. 33 prospect in the Palmetto State by SuperPrep Magazine … selected to the North-South game and the Offense-Defense All-America game following record-setting senior campaign … Spartanburg Herald-Journal First Team All-Area selection at quarterback … totaled 3,202 passing yards and 32 touchdown passes in his first year as a starter under center as a sophomore … born 3/17/92.

JOE

FALATO DL • Fr. • 6-3 • 225 Lodi HS Lodi, N.J.

Prior to Rutgers: Three-year varsity starter for head coach Pat Tirico at Lodi High School … competed as a linebacker on defense and offensive tackle, fullback and tight end on offense … a First Team All-Group II selection on defense by the Star-Ledger … also a member of the Super 100 team in New Jersey … three-year All-County selection by The Record … honorable mention pick of The Record’s All-Decade Football team … recorded 172 tackles as a senior with more than 25 tackles for loss and a pair of sacks … posted four interceptions, four forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries in his final season … Rams posted 20 wins in his three years on the varsity squad … also played three years on the varsity baseball team as a pitcher … born 5/23/92.

Prior to Rutgers: Three-year letterwinner and two-year starter at offensive tackle for head coach Chris Olsen at Wayne Hills High School … started playing the sport of football as a freshman in high school … pivotal cog for a 10-2 Patriots squad that rushed for more than 2,500 yards and 35 touchdowns in 2009 … team reached the North Jersey Group III state championship game at Giants Stadium … All-Passaic First Team selection on offense by the Bergen Record … helped a potent offense average 36.2 points per game as a senior and over 4,300 yards of total offense … Second Team All-Group III offensive selection and All-Passaic County pick by the Star-Ledger … part of two North Jersey Group III state championship squads during his career at Wayne Hills … was part of Wayne Hills’ 55game winning streak that ended in 2009, the second-longest winning streak in New Jersey high school football history … rated as the No. 1 offensive tackle and the No. 12 prospect overall in the Garden State according to Scout.com … Rivals.com lists Fonti as the No. 8 prospect in New Jersey and the nation’s No. 42 offensive tackle … rated as the No. 23 prospect in New Jersey by SuperPrep Magazine … born 1/19/92.

DID YOU KNOW...

Chas Dodd is the first recruit of the Greg Schiano era from the state of South Carolina. The Palmetto State native threw for 10,292 yards and 81 touchdowns in his remarkable prep career. Dodd finished second in South Carolina singleseason history with 51 touchdown passes as a senior. The signal caller was named the state’s Offensive Player of the Year by High School Sports Report.


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SCARLET KNIGHTS ROB

ROB

FORST

HARRELL

OL • Fr. • 6-4 • 284

LS • Fr. • 5-10 • 210

Manasquan HS Manasquan, N.J

Prior to Rutgers: Two-year letterwinner and two-year starter for head coach Pete Cahill at Manasquan High School … joins his older brother Art on the football team at Rutgers … Asbury Park Press Second Team AllShore selection on the offensive line … starter at offensive tackle and can also play center … key part of a 9-3 Big Blue squad that reached the Central Jersey Group II state championship game … as a junior, starter on Manasquan’s Central Jersey Group II state championship squad … two-way player who also earned some time at defensive tackle … joined the wrestling team as a senior and posted more than 20 wins … born 8/6/91.

Rancho Cucamonga HS Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.

Prior to Rutgers: Long-snapping specialist who was a three-year varsity letterwinner for head coach Nick Baiz at Rancho Cucamonga High School … also played center and linebacker during his time with the Cougars … won two national spring events at the Chris Sailer Kicking and Rubio Long Snapping School … helped guide Rancho Cucamonga to a perfect 14-0 season and the CIS title as a junior in 2008 and an 11-2 campaign and the semifinals in the CIS as a senior in 2009 … one of two Scarlet Knight specialists from the state of California, joining punter Teddy Dellaganna … born 5/1/92.

GAREEF

GLASHEN DB • Fr. • 5-10 • 190 Carol City HS Miami, Fla.

Prior to Rutgers: Two-year letterwinner and two-year starter at cornerback for head coach Harold Barnwell at Carol City High School … continues a trend of Chiefs to play for Greg Schiano at Rutgers, including former Scarlet Knights Corey Barnes and Alfred Peterson ... also earned playing time at running back … 58 tackles, including six behind the line of scrimmage, as a senior … also totaled 12 pass breakups, three forced fumbles and an interception … Miami Herald Third Team All-Dade County selection on defense … 65 tackles and 14 pass breakups as a junior… part of an 8-5 Carol City squad as a senior that reached the regional finals of the 2009 FHSAA Class 6A Football Championship … rated the No. 107 cornerback in the nation by ESPN’s Scouts, Inc. … also a standout on the track team where he ran the 100 and 200 meters and the 4x100 and 4x400 relays … born 6/19/91.

DID YOU KNOW...

Freshman defensive back Gareef Glashen, a native of Miami, is one of nine Floridians who joined the Scarlet Knights’ 25-member recruiting class, tying New Jersey as the most represented state. Head coach Greg Schiano and his staff increased their span of the “Sunshine State”, securing commits from a number of areas such as Oakland Park, Jacksonville, Tampa, Starke, Hollywood and Daytona Beach. Other areas of Florida present on the current roster include Opa-Locka, Winter Haven and Cocoa.


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JAMISON RB • Fr. • 5-8 • 200 The Bolles School Starke, Fla.

Prior to Rutgers: Three-year letterwinner and three-year starter at The Bolles School for head coach Corky Rogers … key element in the Bulldogs back-to-back Florida Class 2A state championships in 2008 and 2009 … rushed for 112 yards in the 2009 state championship victory over Tampa Catholic at the Florida Citrus Bowl … rushed for more than 1,700 yards and 17 touchdowns as a senior … did not play in the second half in eight games with the Bulldogs in control on the scoreboard … averaged approximately 10 carries per game … rushed for 1,088 yards and 17 touchdowns as a junior en route to honorable mention all-state honors … starter at running back who also returned punts and kicks for Bolles … rated the No. 81 running back nationally by Scout.com … listed as the No. 21 all-purpose running back in the nation by Rivals.com … Florida Times-Union Super 24 selection … ESPN’s Scouts, Inc. No. 71 running back in the nation … born 11/23/91.

TEJAY

JOHNSON ATH • Fr. • 6-2 • 190 Egg Harbor Township HS Egg Harbor Township, N.J.

Prior to Rutgers: Three-year letterwinner and three-year starter for head coach Tony DeRosa at Egg Harbor Township High School … one of the elite athletes in New Jersey … fastest player in the state after winning the 100meter Meet of Champions race (10.67 seconds) as a junior … named Male Athlete of the Year by the Press of Atlantic City and finalist for the South Jersey Senior Male Athlete of the Year by the Philadelphia Inquirer … recipient of the Old Grad Award, presented annually to the best high school senior male athlete and female athlete in Atlantic County … All-South Jersey First Team selection on defense by both the Philadelphia Inquirer and the Camden Courier-Post … Star-Ledger Third Team All-State honoree on defense … one of the key performers on Egg Harbor Township’s 11-1 squad as a senior, which finished the season ranked No. 2 in the Philadelphia Inquirer Final South Jersey top 10 rankings and the Star-Ledger’s No. 6 team in the Garden State … First Team All Cape-Atlantic American pick … over 30 tackles, five interceptions and three pass breakups on defense … First Team Group IV pick on defense by the Star-Ledger and Courier-Post … led squad with 973 yards rushing and 10 touchdowns as a senior … Press of Atlantic City First Team All-Area selection … sparked the Eagles to an 11-1 record and the Cape-Atlantic League American Conference championship … team lost to Cherokee 14-0 in the South Jersey Group IV state championship … played primarily running back and defensive back in 2009, but also caught 10 passes for 177 yards and three touchdowns … aver-

aged over nine yards per rush … rated as the No. 1 cornerback prospect in New Jersey and the No. 8 prospect overall in the Garden State by Scout.com … SuperPrep Magazine lists Johnson as New Jersey’s No. 14 prospect … No. 15 prospect overall in New Jersey according to Rivals.com … also a standout basketball player and track performer … captured two individual South Jersey titles in track and field and finished undefeated in dual meets where he also won the CAL American Conference title … 10/24/91.

JAMES

KIM LB/DE • Fr. • 6-3 • 235 Kinnelon HS Kinnelon, N.J.

Prior to Rutgers: Three-year varsity letterwinner for head coach Kevin White at Kinnelon High School … played both linebacker and defensive end … posted 12 sacks as a senior … helped guide the Colts to the winningest record in school history with a 9-2 mark his junior season … two-year AllColonial Hills League selection … also earned All-Morris County honors as a senior … father was a four-year starter on the men’s soccer team at West Point … born 1/6/92.


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BRYAN

KIRKSEY

LEONI

DL • Fr. • 6-1 • 290

OL • Fr. • 6-6 • 265

Mainland HS Daytona Beach, Fla.

Hunterdon Central HS Flemington, N.J.

Prior to Rutgers: Standout defensive lineman for head coach John Maronto at Mainland High School … two-time Daytona Beach News-Journal First Team All-Area selection on defense … guided the Buccaneers to a 9-3 record and the 2009 FHSAA Class 6A Football Championship regional finals … monster senior season with 106 tackles and eight sacks … rated the No. 12 prospect in Central Florida by the Orlando Sentinel … No. 63 defensive tackle in the nation according to ESPN’s Scouts, Inc. … key cog in Mainland’s 11-1 record as a junior … First Team All-Area selection on defense by the Orlando Sentinel … finished junior season with 81 tackles, including 20 for loss … credited with eight sacks as well during junior campaign … Florida Sports Writers Association Third Team All-State selection on defense in 2008 … born 5/31/90.

Prior to Rutgers: Three-year varsity letterwinner on the offensive line at Hunterdon Central High School for head coach Matthew Perotti … played left guard as well as both left and right tackle … earned First Team AllGroup IV and All-West Jersey honors by the Star Ledger as a senior … also named First Team All-Area by the Courier News and First Team All-County by the Hunterdon County Democrat … received First Team All-Offense accolades by the Trentonian and First Team All-Mid-State 39 selection his senior season … First Team All-West Jersey, All-County and All-Area pick as a junior … helped pave the way for three 1,000-yard rushers in his three seasons … Red Devils captured two conference titles in Leoni’s three years … sectional champions his sophomore year, state finalists his junior season and 11-1 his senior campaign … team was 27-5 in his three seasons … one of five Scarlet Knight newcomers to play in the New Jersey-Northeast All-Star game at Rutgers Stadium in June … played all but six plays on offense at left tackle in the all-star contest … also played center on the basketball team his senior season … born 2/21/92.

RASHAD

KNIGHT

MATT

DB • Fr. • 5-11 • 190

McBRIDE

Trinity Christian Academy Jacksonville, Fla.

OL • Fr. • 6-6 • 280

Prior to Rutgers: Two-way standout for head coach Verlon Dorminey at Trinity Christian Academy … one of the most sough-after recruits in Florida … rated as the No. 4 safety in the state by the Times-Union … rated as the No. 7 athlete and the No. 42 prospect overall in the Sunshine State by the Orlando Sentinel … rated the No. 12 safety in the nation by ESPN’s Scouts, Inc. … finished standout senior season with 60 tackles and seven interceptions … led the Conquerors to a 13-1 record and a spot in the 2009 FHSAA Class 1A Football Championship … 420 yards and six touchdowns on offense at running back … averaged 7.78 yards per carry … averaged 29.3 yards per reception and scored three touchdowns as a receiver … six pass breakups as a senior … rated the No. 19 cornerback nationally and the No. 46 recruit in Florida by Rivals.com … Florida Sports Writers Association All-State Honorable Mention as a junior ... finished the season with 63 tackles and two interceptions on defense … 693 yards rushing and five touchdowns as a junior on offense … born 2/2/92.

Holy Trinity HS (Hofstra) Hicksville, N.Y.

Prior to Rutgers: Enrolled at Rutgers in January and participated in spring drills … transfer from Hofstra who will be eligible immediately after the school dropped its football program … will have four years of eligibility for the Scarlet Knights … was redshirted as a freshman at Hofstra in 2009 … prior to joining the Pride, was a four-year member of the football and track teams and played two years of basketball at Holy Trinity High School … played for head football coach Tony Mascia at Holy Trinity … All-Catholic High School Athletic Association honoree as a senior … collected team Lineman of the Year honors during senior season at Holy Trinity … one of the top high school seniors in New York and played for Long Island in the Outback Steakhouse Empire Challenge … born 5/1/91.


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DAVID

MEISNER

MILEWSKI

LB • Fr. • 6-3 • 240

LB • Fr. • 6-4 • 225

Hempfield Area HS (Kiski Prep) Greensburg, Pa.

Sayreville HS Sayreville, N.J.

Prior to Rutgers: Played three years for his father Greg Meisner at Hempfield Area High School … competed as a quarterback, tight end and outside linebacker for the Spartans … earned All-Conference honors as a linebacker … recorded 17 solo tackles in one game during his junior season … helped guide the Spartans to their first playoff berth in more than a decade as a junior … also a standout baseball player at Hempfield Area as a First-Team All-Area designated hitter and catcher … nominated for the ESPN Army Athlete of the Week Award as a junior after hitting a grand slam and a home run to drive in seven runs in the same game … captain of both the baseball and football teams … game-winning hit in the bottom of the ninth to win the sectional baseball championship but suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament during the celebration … was forced to miss his senior football season and attended a year of prep school at Kiski Prep in Saltsburg, Pa. … started eight games in his one season at Kiski Prep splitting time between quarterback tight end and linebacker … posted 45 tackles, including 20 assisted stops at linebacker and averaged 25.0 yards per reception as a tight end … also ran track for the Cougars … brother Greg is a redshirt junior fullback at Kentucky and father, also Greg, was a standout football player at Pittsburgh before he played 11 years in the NFL with the Giants, Rams and Chiefs … born 5/6/91.

DJWANY

MERA DE • Fr. • 6-4 • 230 South Broward HS Hollywood, Fla.

Prior to Rutgers: Three-year varsity letterwinner and three-year starter for head coach Allen Held at South Broward High School … played on the defensive line and offensive line as well as tight end his senior season … Second Team All-Broward County selection by the Miami Herald as a senior … 103 tackles, 38 tackles for loss and a school-record 21 sacks in 2009 … named team captain and defensive MVP … totaled 16 sacks earning second team all-county honors as a junior … also lettered two years in wrestling and is currently 36-2 at the 215-pound weight class heading into the district championships … compiled a 36-6 record at 189 pounds his junior season … born 8/23/90.

Prior to Rutgers: Two-year letterwinner and two-year starter at linebacker and tight end for head coach George Najjar at Sayreville High School … Home News Tribune All-Area Defensive Player of the Year … led the Bombers to a 9-2 record and a spot in the Central Jersey Group IV state playoffs … led team with 96 tackles, three interceptions, two fumble recoveries and two sacks … First Team All-State linebacker by the Star-Ledger … caught 18 passes for 244 yards and six touchdowns at tight end as a senior … Star-Ledger All-Group IV First Team pick on defense … Home News Tribune and Star-Ledger All-County pick … rated as New Jersey’s No. 18 prospect by SuperPrep Magazine … listed as the Garden State’s thirdrated linebacker prospect and the state’s No. 17 prospect overall by Scout.com … finished with six games of double-digit totals in tackles, including a season-high 13 in a victory over Howell … led team with 8.7 tackles per game as a senior … one of five Scarlet Knight newcomers to play in the New Jersey-Northeast All-Star game at Rutgers Stadium in June … posted eight tackles in the contest … born 2/13/92.

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David Milewski was one of five Scarlet Knight newcomers selected to play in the New Jersey-Northeast All-Star Classic at Rutgers Stadium in June. He posted eight tackles in the contest. Rutgers recruits in the New Jersey-Northeast All-Star Classic Player Hometown Bryan Leoni (OL) Flemington, N.J. David Milewski (LB) Sayreville, N.J. J.T. Tartacoff (ATH) Skillman, N.J. Jorge Vicioso (OL) Passaic, N.J. Tejay Johnson (ATH) Egg Harbor Township, N.J.


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FRANK

MILLS

QUARTUCCI

LB • Fr. • 6-1 • 225

OL • Fr. • 6-4 • 290

Paterson Catholic HS (Camden Military Academy) Sayreville, N.J.

Hamilton West HS Hamilton, N.J.

Prior to Rutgers: Two-year varsity letterwinner … played his senior season at Paterson Catholic High School for head coach Benjie Wimberly and competed at Bishop Ahr High School his junior season … played both inside and outside linebacker on the gridiron … First Team All-Conference selection his senior season … following graduation from Paterson Catholic, spent a year at Camden Military Academy in Camden, S.C. … helped lead Paterson Catholic to a 10-1 record and a state championship in 2008 … also competed in track & field in the 100 and 200m and shot-put at Paterson Catholic … father Jeffrey Mills was a standout football player at Nebraska and spent three years in the NFL with the Chargers, Broncos and Giants … born 11/4/91.

Prior to Rutgers: Enrolled at Rutgers in January and competed in spring drills … three-year starter and two-way lineman for head coach Tom Hoglen at Hamilton West High School … played offensive tackle as a senior and was the prime reason the Hornets led the Colonial Valley Conference with 210 rushing yards per game … Trenton Times All-Area First Team offensive selection … All-CVC First Team pick on offense according to the Trentonian and Trenton Times … rated the No. 61 offensive guard in the nation by Scout.com. … listed as the No. 33 prospect and the third-rated offensive guard in New Jersey by Scout.com … started senior season injured but upon return Hornets began running behind him and a struggling ground game surged to the top of the CVC … First Team All-Decade according to Trenton Times … New Jersey Super 100 team … Star-Ledger All-South Jersey honors … born 10/6/91.

FRED

OVERSTREET LB • Fr. • 6-1 • 220 Jefferson HS Tampa, Fla.

Prior to Rutgers: Four-year letterwinner and three-year starter for head coach Mike Fenton at Jefferson High School … First Team All-Hillsborough County pick by the St. Petersburg Times … Second Team All-Hillsborough County selection by the Tampa Tribune … active linebacker who led the Dragons with 160 tackles on the season … 99 solo stops and averaged 12.3 tackles per game … also earned time at defensive end in high school and at tight end and h-back on offense … five sacks and an interception as a senior … on offense, 17 receptions for 164 yards and one touchdown … key player on the Dragons’ 12-2 squad that reached the 2009 FHSAA Class 3A state semifinals … games with 10 or more tackles … set a season-high with 16 tackles in a game twice as a senior … born 3/10/92.

DID YOU KNOW...

Freshman offensive lineman Frank Quartucci was one of three Scarlet Knights to enroll early at Rutgers, joining fellow freshman offensive lineman Betim Bujari and Hofstra transfer Matt McBride. The trio arrived “On the Banks” for the start of the spring 2009 semester and participated in spring drills, allowing them to get an early start on learning the playbook and make a smooth transition to college.


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MARCUS

TARTACOFF

THOMPSON

ATH • Fr. • 5-11 • 190

LB • Fr. • 6-2 • 225

Montgomery HS Skillman, N.J.

Boyd Anderson HS Oakland Park, Fla.

Prior to Rutgers: Four-year letterwinner and four-year starter for head coach Zoran Milich at Montgomery High School … extremely versatile player who saw time at wide receiver, running back, quarterback, safety, cornerback and served on the special teams units as the punt returner, kick returner and holder … Courier News All-Area First Team honoree on offense … all-around threat who caught 40 passes for 588 yards and seven touchdowns for the Cougars … rushed for 150 yards on the season with two touchdowns and also returned 11 kickoffs for 245 yards, including a 91-yard kickoff return for a touchdown … tallied 16 solo stops on defense … helped guide team to state playoffs for just the second time in school history … for his career, scored 192 points and caught 105 passes, both of which are school records … 982 total yards as a senior … All-Group IV Second Team selection on offense by the Star-Ledger … also named All-Somerset County First Team pick by the Star-Ledger … rated the No. 27 prospect in New Jersey by SuperPrep Magazine … tabbed the No. 22 prospect in the Garden State by Rivals.com … one of five Scarlet Knight newcomers to play in the New Jersey-Northeast All-Star game at Rutgers Stadium in June … posted eight tackles in the contest … born 3/12/92.

Prior to Rutgers: One-year letterwinner and one-year starter for head coach Mark James at Boyd Anderson High School … transferred to Boyd Anderson from South Plantation High School prior to his senior season … earned time at running back and linebacker as a senior … rushed for 832 yards and four touchdowns … on defense, recorded 90 tackles, including 42 solo stops … registered nine sacks from his linebacker position … rated as the No. 20 prospect in Broward County by the South Florida Sun-Sentinel … rushed for 166 yards and three touchdowns on just 16 carries in a 26-14 victory over Western in the opening game of the season … rated the No. 82 running back nationally by Rivals.com … listed as the No. 77 outside linebacker prospect in the nation by Scout.com … Miami Herald Honorable Mention All-Broward County selection … rated as the No. 5 running back in Broward County by the Miami Herald … born 10/9/90.

CASEY

TURNER JORDAN

THOMAS

RB • Fr. • 5-11 • 190 Ed White HS Jacksonville, Fla.

WR • Fr. • 6-1 • 205 Union-Endicott HS Endicott, N.Y.

Prior to Rutgers: Three-year letterwinner and three-year starter for head coach Shane Hurd at Union-Endicott High School … talented athlete who played tailback, wide receiver, cornerback and free safety for the Tigers … also a standout track performer who holds the sectional record in the 200-meter dash (21.5 seconds) … finished career as school’s all-time leading rusher with 3,308 yards … also holds the school mark for career points with 318 … New York Sportswriters Association All-State First Team selection … rushed for 1,388 yards as a senior in 11 games … rated as the No. 3 prospect in New York by SuperPrep Magazine … selected as the Empire State’s No. 4 prospect and the No. 36 safety in the nation by Scout.com … rated the fifth-best prospect in New York and the nation’s 25th-best all-purpose running back by Rivals.com … named by ESPN’s Scouts, Inc. as the nation’s No. 76 prospect as an athlete 1/12/91.

Prior to Rutgers: Four-year letterwinner and two-year starter at running back for head coach Terry Gilliam at Ed White High School … one of the most productive running backs in the state of Florida the last two years, rushing for more than 4,000 yards and 50 touchdowns … rushed for a school single-season record 2,232 yards and 31 touchdowns for the Commanders as a senior … Florida Times-Union All-First Coast selection … Times-Union Super 24 selection … rated by the Times-Union as the seventh-best running back in the Sunshine State … rated by the Orlando Sentinel as the No. 51 prospect in Florida … led squad to the first round of the Class 5A state playoffs as a senior … listed as the No. 71 recruit in Florida by SuperPrep Magazine … rated the No. 53 running back nationally and the No. 58 prospect overall in Florida by Rivals.com … Class 5A First Team All-State selection as a junior … rushed for 1,950 yards and 20 touchdowns as a junior … led the Jacksonville area in rushing as a junior and finished second as a senior … member of the Times-Union Super 75 squad as one of the top 75 recruits in Florida … 2008 Times-Union Offensive Player of the Year … averaged 9.9 yards per carry his junior season … born 7/13/91.


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JAWAUN

VICIOSO

WYNN

OL • Fr. • 6-6 • 300

WR • Fr. • 6-3 • 190

Passaic HS Passaic, N.J.

Piscataway HS Piscataway, N.J.

Prior to Rutgers: Three-year letterwinner and three-year starter at left tackle and on the defensive line for head coach Billy Curry at Passaic High School … played both defensive tackle and nose guard on defense and posted 41 tackles and one sack as a senior … did not allow a sack as a senior … totaled 31 pancake blocks … Star-Ledger Second Team All-State as a senior … two-sport athlete who is also one of New Jersey’s top wrestlers … helped pave the way for an Indians’ offense that featured a running back with over 1,600 rushing yards and 11 touchdowns … All-Passaic First Team honoree on offense according to the Bergen Record and Star-Ledger … named to the All-Group IV First Team by the Star-Ledger … rated the No. 31 prospect in New Jersey by SuperPrep Magazine … one of five Scarlet Knight newcomers to play in the New Jersey-Northeast All-Star game at Rutgers Stadium in June … born 5/19/91.

LORENZO

WATERS DB • Fr. • 6-0 • 195 DeMatha HS Accokeek, Md.

Prior to Rutgers: Three-year letterwinner and two-year starter at safety for head coach Bill McGregor at DeMatha High School … Washington Post Honorable Mention All-Met selection on defense … 2009 Maryland Big School All-State First Team selection on defense … finished the season with 89 tackles … also totaled three interceptions and broke up eight passes … was named team’s defensive player of the week six times in 12 weeks … was named DeMatha’s most valuable player following the season as he helped lead the Stags to an 11-1 season … listed as the No. 30 safety in the country by ESPN’s Scouts, Inc. … tabbed the No. 15 player in Maryland and the No. 64 safety prospect nationally by Rivals.com … rated as the No. 45 safety in the nation by Scout.com … played in the Maryland Crab Bowl, featuring the best senior all-stars from the public and private schools in the state of Maryland … returned an interception 29 yards for a touchdown as Washington defeated Baltimore in the Crab Bowl … also finished with four tackles in the all-star game … born 7/17/92.

Prior to Rutgers: Three-year letterwinner and one-year starter for head coach Dan Higgins at Piscataway High School … played both wide receiver and free safety for the Chiefs … also ran track in the spring … Home News Tribune Third Team All-Area selection on offense … ended the season with 20 receptions for 305 yards and two touchdowns … added two tackles and two interceptions on the defensive side of the ball … rated by SuperPrep Magazine as New Jersey’s No. 24 prospect and the Garden State’s fourth-best wide receiver … rated as the No. 16 prospect in New Jersey by Rivals.com … tabbed the state’s No. 19 prospect by Scout.com … joins former high school teammate Marvin Booker at Rutgers, continuing a long trend of Chiefs playing for their hometown university, including 2010 NFL first round draft pick Anthony Davis … born 6/25/92.


Entering his 10th year as the head football coach at Rutgers University, Greg Schiano has continued to make his mark in the annals of the Birthplace of College Football. Rutgers had advanced to a postseason bowl just once in 135 years of football, however, Schiano has made that infrequency a thing of the past as the Scarlet Knights continued their recent bowl tradition, accepting a bid to their fifth-straight bowl game last season – a program first. Rutgers is just one of four schools in the nation to win four consecutive bowl games over the last four seasons. It’s another indication that Schiano and his staff have the program headed in the right direction. Although he has created what he started out to accomplish - building one of the top programs in the nation on a rock solid foundation - both on the field and in the classroom, the ultimate goal remains the same for Schiano. Since the day he accepted the position on Dec. 1, 2000 the vision has always been winning the National Championship. The longest-tenured coach in the BIG EAST, Schiano has guided the Scarlet Knights to new heights throughout his career “On the Banks” – including four consecutive bowl victories for the first time in school history.

getting their feet wet in the college ranks. Rutgers went 9-4, including a 45-24 victory over UCF in the St. Petersburg Bowl. Prior to Schiano’s arrival at Rutgers, the Scarlet Knights had never fielded a receiver who had gained 1,000 yards in a season. In 2009, Tim Brown became the fourth during his tenure to eclipse the mark. Brown also became the school’s all-time leader in receiving touchdowns; passing RU’s only first round draft pick Kenny Britt. The 2008 campaign for the Scarlet Knights started slowly, but the program relied on a strong foundation built by Schiano and together as a family Rutgers turned a 1-5 start into seven consecutive victories to close out the season – culminating in a 29-23 victory over NC State in the PapaJohns.com Bowl. The on-field success under Schiano has led to attendance records at Rutgers Stadium as the program averaged over 40,000 fans per game for the fourth time in 2009. The Scarlet Knights unveiled their newly-expanded stadium and it resulted in two of the highest all-time attendance numbers, including the school record 53,737 fans in attendance for RU’s season-opener against Cincinnati.

The Scarlet Knights have averaged nine wins per season over the previous four years. In total, Rutgers is one of 30 teams nationally to play in five consecutive bowls.

The program also opened the state-of-the-art Brown Football Recruiting Pavilion and Welcome Center, designed to help enhance the gameday experience for prospective student-athletes looking to make a home “On the Banks.”

In 2009, the Scarlet Knights saw a number of milestones set, as well as the emergence of a new era with several talented true freshmen

With the excitement surrounding Rutgers football at an all-time high, the on-field accolades for the players have continued under Schiano’s


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HEAD COACH GREG SCHIANO A New Jersey native who returned to his roots to take over the reins of the Rutgers football program, Schiano has led the Scarlet Knights throughout his tenure with the energy, passion and boundless enthusiasm that have been the hallmarks of his career. Schiano's impact as head coach is evident in all aspects of the Rutgers football program. Schiano and his staff have continued to upgrade the level of talent by recruiting student-athletes with outstanding athleticism and great character, all part of the building process that continues to result in on-field success. Rutgers now boasts one of the nation's finest football complexes, highlighted by an expansive strength and conditioning facility, a state-of-theart training room and academic support facilities which include classrooms, study rooms and computer labs. With a state-of-the-art scoreboard and FieldTurf playing surface in place, Rutgers Stadium continues to be one of the most scenic settings for college football in the country.

leadership. Three Scarlet Knights captured All-BIG EAST honors in 2009, including First Team selections Anthony Davis and Devin McCourty. Both Davis and McCourty were first round draft selections in the 2010 NFL Draft. The Scarlet Knights continue to work towards their ultimate goal after five straight bowl appearances, including a sensational 2006 campaign. Rutgers ended the season with a ranking of #12 in the national polls. The success Rutgers has achieved on the field was something Schiano envisioned from the first day he became the leader of the Scarlet Knights. At his introductory press conference, Schiano stated “We're going to win at Rutgers and we're going to do it the right way.” The 2006 season was complete with a convincing 37-10 victory over Kansas State in the Texas Bowl, the first bowl championship in school history. Schiano, the 2006 National Coach of the Year and BIG EAST Coach of the Year, has been the architect of transforming the Rutgers program into one of the nation's best. The Scarlet Knights earned their first national top-10 ranking in 2006 and won 11 games for the second time in school history. Brian Leonard was also the recipient of the Draddy Trophy in 2006. “All along we have said the same thing,” said Schiano. “What we're doing here, we're just scratching the surface. The sky is the limit here at Rutgers and we're going to do great things. We've recruited really great young guys in this program and this is home. The same things I said at this podium the first time in this room that were true then are still true now. This state and the New York and Philadelphia metropolitan areas have all started to come together here and that's only going to get better. It's something that's never been tapped, so to me, this is a great, great situation."

Schiano's arrival signaled a new era at Rutgers, and he continues to guide the program at New Jersey's State University to the elite of the Football Bowl Subdivision. His tireless work ethic, winning attitude and commitment to the University are pillars which generate excitement throughout the "State of Rutgers." Schiano, who grew up in Wyckoff and graduated from Ramapo High School, took over as the 27th head coach of the nation's oldest college football program on Dec. 1, 2000. On that day, Schiano proclaimed his vision of excellence for Rutgers football. "This program will be built on a rock foundation," he said. "It will take longer than building it on stilts, but when it's built, it will be built forever. This is where I started; this is where I was striving to get back to. I'm thrilled to be here. It's time." For the first time in school history, Rutgers had two players selected in the first round of the 2010 NFL Draft as offensive lineman Anthony Davis went 11th overall to San Francisco and cornerback Devin McCourty was taken with the 27th pick overall by the New England Patriots. Ryan D’Imperio, who played linebacker at Rutgers, was drafted to play fullback in the seventh round by the Minnesota Vikings to round out the 2010 NFL draft picks for the Scarlet Knights. Rutgers was the only school in the BIG EAST with two first round selections and the first league school since 2004 to have multiple first round picks. In the last four NFL Drafts, Rutgers is tied for the BIG EAST lead with 13 players selected. Four Scarlet Knights also joined the professional ranks following the draft as they signed NFL free agent contracts. Wide receiver Tim Brown (New York Giants), fullback Jack Corcoran (Houston Texans), offensive lineman Kevin Haslam (Jacksonville Jaguars) and defensive lineman George Johnson (Tampa Bay Buccaneers) joined the three drafted Scarlet Knights to give RU a total of seven players from the 2009 squad on NFL rosters in 2010. In three of the last five Super Bowls, a former Scarlet Knight has earned a Super Bowl ring. Gary Brackett was a captain of the XLI Super Bowl Champion Indianapolis Colts, Giants co-captain Shaun O’Hara won a ring in Super Bowl XLII with New York and Darnell Sta-


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HEAD COACH GREG SCHIANO pleton started at right guard on Pittsburgh’s Super Bowl Championship team in Super Bowl XLIII. The 2009 NFL Draft was a historic draft for Rutgers as a school-record five players were selected, including the program’s inaugural first-round pick in wide receiver Kenny Britt. The Tennessee Titans selected Britt with the 30th overall pick of the draft. Quarterback Mike Teel (Seattle Seahawks), cornerback Jason McCourty (Tennessee Titans), defensive back Courtney Greene (Seattle Seahawks) and wide receiver Tiquan Underwood (Jacksonville Jaguars) also had their names called on draft day. Three additional members of the 2008 Scarlet Knights team also signed free agent contracts in Kevin Brock (Carolina Panthers), Kevin Malast (Chicago Bears) and Jamaal Westerman (New York Jets). In total, 32 former Scarlet Knights who played under Schiano were on NFL rosters for the 2010 season.In the 2008 NFL Draft, two Rutgers players were selected – Ray Rice in the second round to the Baltimore Ravens and Jeremy Zuttah to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the third round. Both Rice and Zuttah started multiple games during their rookie seasons in the NFL. Eric Foster (Free Agent, Indianapolis Colts) and Ron Girault (Free Agent, Kansas City Chiefs) also signed professional contracts in 2008. Foster has been a starter the past two seasons for the Colts at defensive tackle.In the 2007 NFL Draft, three Scarlet Knights were drafted, including Brian Leonard in the second round to the St. Louis Rams. In all, seven players Cameron Stephenson (5th Round, Pittsburgh Steelers), Clark Harris (7th Round, Green Bay Packers), Darnell Stapleton (Free Agent, Pittsburgh Steelers), Derrick Roberson (Free Agent, Houston Texans), Ramel Meekins (Free Agent, Indianapolis Colts), Manny Collins (Free Agent, New York Jets) and Joe Porter (Free Agent, New Orleans Saints) from the 2006 squad signed NFL contracts prior to the 2007 NFL season. Following the 2005 campaign, five Scarlet Knights who played for Schiano signed with NFL teams, including All-American Ryan Neill (Buffalo Bills), All-BIG EAST standout Tres Moses (Baltimore Ravens), Val Barnaby (Detroit Lions), Chris Baker (San Francisco 49ers) and Sameeh McDonald (Detroit Lions). Other NFL Knights from Schiano's reign include OL Trohn Carswell (Carolina Panthers), DT Gary Gibson (Baltimore Ravens), DB Brandon Haw (Miami Dolphins), DB Jarvis Johnson (Baltimore Ravens), WR Aaron Martin (Dallas Cowboys), DE Raheem Orr (New York Giants), DT J'Vonne Parker (Cleveland Browns) and RB Dennis Thomas (Kansas City Chiefs). Another former standout, defensive back Nate Jones of the Denver Broncos, was a remarkable talent on the field and in the classroom while at Rutgers. Jones became Rutgers football's first two-time Academic All-

THE SCHIANO FILE

COACHING EXPERIENCE 2000 Rutgers University (head coach) 1999-00 University of Miami (defensive coordinator) 1998 Chicago Bears (defensive backfield coach) 1996 - 97 Chicago Bears (defensive assistant) 1991-96 Penn State University (defensive backfield coach) 1990 Penn State University (graduate assistant) 1989 Rutgers University (graduate assistant) 1988 Ramapo High School (assistant coach) BOWL GAMES AS A COACH 2009 St. Petersburg Bowl 2008 PapaJohns.com Bowl 2008 International Bowl 2006 Texas Bowl 2005 Insight Bowl 2000 Gator Bowl 1996 Outback Bowl 1995 Rose Bowl 1994 Citrus Bowl 1993 Blockbuster Bowl 1992 Fiesta Bowl 1990 Blockbuster Bowl PERSONAL INFORMATION Full Name: Gregory Edward Schiano Birthdate: June 1, 1966 Hometown: Wyckoff, N.J. Education: B.S. in business administration, Bucknell University (1988) Wife: The former Christy Mitchell Children: Joey, John, Matt and Katie


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HEAD COACH GREG SCHIANO Schiano was defensive backfield coach at Penn State University from 1991-95. While at Penn State, the Nittany Lions had 58 wins and made six bowl appearances in his tenure. Overall, in nine seasons as an assistant on the collegiate level, Schiano's teams advanced to eight bowl games. Schiano's first assignment as a coach in the college ranks came during the 1989 season, when he served as a graduate assistant coach at Rutgers, following a one-year stint as an assistant coach at his alma mater, Ramapo High School. Schiano was a standout linebacker at Ramapo, playing for head coach Mike Miello. After his initial stint at Rutgers in 1989, he moved on to Penn State as a graduate assistant coach in 1990. America selection, and was a member of the prestigious National Football Foundation/ College Football Hall of Fame National Scholar Class of 2003, one of just eight Football Bowl Subdivision players honored. Jones was also the recipient of the BIG EAST/Aéropostale 2003 Football Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award, and was the BIG EAST's Co-Special Teams Player of the Year in 2002. The academic success is not just limited to individual players under Schiano, but the entire team. Rutgers football achieved the nation’s number one ranking in Academic Progress Rate according to the latest multi-year APR figures released by the NCAA in June. The historic accomplishment continues a trend for the Rutgers football program of success both in the classroom and on the playing field. The multi-year APR figure of 992 was the best ever posted by a football program in the Football Bowl Subdivision, topping the previous record set by Stanford in 2008 with a multi-year APR score of 986. The Scarlet Knights’ four-year APR score of 992 covered the academic years of 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08 and 2008-09. Achievement and success are nothing new to Schiano. Wherever he has been in his coaching career, success has followed. During Schiano's two-year stint as defensive coordinator at Miami (1999-2000), the Hurricanes posted a 20-5 record, including an 11-1 mark, the No. 2 national ranking and the Sugar Bowl Championship in 2000. The Hurricanes boasted one of the top scoring defenses in the nation in 2000, and were the stingiest defensive squad in the BIG EAST Conference. Under Schiano, the Miami defense showed rapid and marked improvement in his two seasons as defensive coordinator. The 'Canes defense closed out the 1999 season by not allowing a passing touchdown in 27 quarters, and was 12th nationally in scoring defense (allowing 17.2 points per game). In 2000, Miami surrendered just 15.5 points per game, the fewest allowed by any team in the BIG EAST and No. 5 nationally. Prior to his assignment at Miami, Schiano spent three seasons in the NFL with the Chicago Bears (1996-98). Schiano was a defensive assistant in 1996-97, and was the defensive backfield coach in 1998. The 1997 Chicago Bears' third-down defense showed measurable improvement under Schiano's leadership, finishing first in the NFC and fourth in the NFL as opponents converted just 31.7% of their thirddown attempts. In 1996, the Bears' pass defense climbed from 27th to 11th in fewest yards allowed.

Schiano is a 1988 graduate of Bucknell University where he was a three-year letterman at linebacker. He was named to the Sporting News All-America Preseason Team in 1987. He served as team captain his senior year and, as a junior, he topped the team with 114 tackles and was named all-conference. Schiano and his wife, Christy, are the proud parents of four children, Joey, John, Matt and Katie.


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JAY BUTLER ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR FOR STRENGTH & CONDITIONING HEAD FOOTBALL STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH Jay Butler enters his sixth season as Assistant Athletic Director for Strength and Conditioning and 10th overall as Head Football Strength and Conditioning Coach.

His vast knowledge in the areas of strength and conditioning has helped the Scarlet Knights make remarkable strides in the weight room and on the field. Butler and his staff employ a tireless work ethic and demanding approach to ensure that the members of the Rutgers football program continue to grow and develop during their time “On the Banks.” For his steady commitment, Butler was recognized in the March 2007 issue of American Football Monthly as Samson's Division I-A Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year. Butler’s drive to push players in the weight room has been embraced and its benefits have paid off for several Scarlet Knights who have made the seamless transition into the National Football League. The consistent upgrades on the field as well as in the weight room were clearly evident in the 2009 NFL Draft, with a school-record five former players being selected, including the first-ever first round pick. The unprecedented success continued in 2010 as Rutgers saw a pair of Scarlet Knights taken in the first round of the NFL Draft. Butler, who earned a Mechanical Engineering degree from Bucknell University in 1991, designed the state-of-the-art, 15,500 square foot strength and conditioning facility in the expanded Hale Center. He incorporated the latest technologies, including digital video analysis, a 60-yard FieldTurf track and other amenities to complete one of the nation’s premier facilities. Its use has been integral in developing the complete football player. Prior to joining the Scarlet Knights’ staff, Butler served as the Director of Speed, Strength and Conditioning at Dartmouth College for five years (1996-2000). Before his stint at Dartmouth, Butler worked four years at East Carolina University in the strength and conditioning program. He began his coaching career as a graduate assistant for three years at ECU, while earning his master's degree. He was soon promoted to Assistant Director of Strength and Conditioning in 1995. Butler is a 1987 graduate of nearby Hillsborough High School, where he excelled in both football and baseball. He went on to be a three-year starter and two-time AllAmerican offensive tackle at Bucknell, before playing two seasons on the professional level. Butler and his wife, Jo Ann, are the proud parents of four daughters, Kylie, Casey, Sydney and Katherine.

THE BUTLER FILE

HOMETOWN: Hillsborough, N.J. ALMA MATER: Bucknell, 1991 BIRTHDATE: 9/10/69

COACHING CAREER: 2004 Assistant AD for Strength and Conditioning/ Head Football Strength and Conditioning Coach, Rutgers 2001- 04 Strength and Conditioning Coordinator, Rutgers 1996-2000 Director of Speed, Strength and Conditioning, Dartmouth 1993-95 Assistant Director of Strength and Conditioning, East Carolina 1992 Graduate Assistant of Strength and Conditioning, East Carolina PLAYING CAREER: Was a four-year letterman and three-year starter as an offensive tackle for Bucknell University. Played professionally with the New York Giants of the NFL and the Montreal Machine of the World League.


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KIRK CIARROCCA CO-OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR/QUARTERBACKS Kirk Ciarrocca enters his third season as an assistant coach on the Rutgers football staff. He served as the co-offensive coordinator last season and will resume those duties in 2010. Ciarrocca will also coach the quarterbacks for the second-straight year after leading the wide receivers in his first season in 2008. In his first season as co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, Ciarrocca helped guide true freshman quarterback Tom Savage, who went on to earn Football Writers Association of American Freshman All-American honors, in addition to setting the single-season BIG EAST record for most passing yards by a true freshman. Savage was also second nationally among true freshman in passing yards and touchdowns. Ciarrocca tutored a wide receiver corps in 2008 that included all-time Rutgers and BIG EAST receiving leader Kenny Britt. Britt went on to become the Scarlet Knights’ firstever first round selection in the 2009 NFL Draft. Joining him in the professional ranks was fellow wide receiver Tiquan Underwood as the Jacksonville Jaguars selected Underwood in the seventh round. Ciarrocca arrived at Rutgers after a six-year stint with the University of Delaware. While with the Blue Hens, Ciarrocca was the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. In his six years at Delaware, the Blue Hens posted a combined record of 52-26, advanced to the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision playoffs three times, and captured consecutive Atlantic 10 Conference titles in 2003 and 2004. Ciarrocca played an important role in mentoring a Blue Hen offense that helped Delaware post a 151 record and capture the NCAA FCS National Championship in 2003. The Blue Hens led the Atlantic 10 Conference in scoring offense and rushing offense and ranked among the Top 20 nationally in both categories. In 2007, Delaware posted an 11-4 record and advanced to the NCAA FCS title game. The Blue Hens, paced by three consensus All-Americans on offense, including quarterback Joe Flacco, led the CAA in scoring, total offense, and passing offense. Flacco went on to become a first round draft pick of the Baltimore Ravens. Ciarrocca began his collegiate coaching career at Temple as a graduate assistant from 1990-91. While at Temple, he earned both a bachelor's degree and masters of education. Prior to joining the Delaware staff, Ciarrocca spent two seasons as wide receivers coach at the University of Pennsylvania. While at Penn, he helped the Quakers post a record of 7-3 in 2000 and 8-1 in 2001. The Quakers were Ivy League Champions in 2000 and league runner-up in 2001. A native of Lewisberry, Pa., Ciarrocca began his coaching career as an assistant at Red Land High School and St. Joseph's Prep in Philadelphia before arriving at Temple. Ciarrocca and his wife Kim are the proud parents of daughter Colby and son Cade.

THE CIARROCCA FILE

HOMETOWN: Lewisberry, Pa. ALMA MATER: Temple, 1990 BIRTHDATE: 8/12/65

COACHING CAREER: 2009 Co-Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks, Rutgers 2008 Wide Receivers, Rutgers 2002-07 Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks, Delaware 2000-01 Wide Receivers, Pennsylvania 1996-99 Wide Receivers, J.V. Head, Princeton 1994-95 Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks, Wide Receivers, Offensive Line, Western Connecticut State 1993 Passing Game Coordinator/Quarterbacks, Wide Receivers, Delaware Valley College 1992 Passing Game Coordinator/Quarterbacks, Western Connecticut State 1990-91 Graduate Assistant, Temple PLAYING CAREER: Defensive back at Juniata College before a knee injury ended his career.


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P.J. FLECK WIDE RECEIVERS P.J. Fleck begins his first season on the Rutgers staff after joining the program in the winter as the wide receivers coach. Fleck comes to Rutgers after three seasons as the wide receivers coach at his alma mater, Northern Illinois. Fleck also served as the Huskies’ recruiting coordinator last year. A native of Sugar Grove, Ill., Fleck spent the last three seasons tutoring the Huskie wide receivers. Two of his 2008 receivers - Britt Davis and Matt Simon - signed free agent contracts with the New York Jets and New Orleans Saints, following their collegiate careers. A leader on Northern Illinois' 2003 10-win team, Fleck began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Ohio State in 2006. He worked with the Buckeye tight ends and wide receivers and assisted with the special teams in his one season in Columbus, which culminated in a trip to the BCS National Championship Game in Glendale, Ariz. Fleck began his coaching career after two seasons as a member of the San Francisco 49ers. After signing with the 49ers as a free agent in 2004, he spent most of that season on the practice squad before making an appearance versus New England late in the year. He was placed on the injured reserve roster in 2005 before retiring from professional football in June 2006. Fleck earned first-team All Mid-American Conference honors at Northern Illinois in 2003 while helping NIU to a 7-0 start that included upset victories over Maryland and Alabama. As a senior, he led the Huskies with 77 catches for 1,028 yards and six touchdowns, a reception total that still ranks second on the school's single-season list. Fleck still owns the school record for career punt returns (87), is second in punt return yards (716), ranks third in career catches (179) and is fourth in receiving yards (2,162). He was a second-team Academic All-American as a senior and was twice voted team captain by his teammates. A 2004 graduate of Northern Illinois in elementary education, Fleck is married to the former Tracie Striebel. The couple has one son, Carter Joseph (C.J.). Fleck and his wife annually host the P.J. Fleck "Live Your Dream" Football Camp that benefits the Juvenile Arthritis Foundation (Friends of Carra), Alapecia Foundation (Locks of Love), Coach Kill's Cancer Fund and the P.J. Fleck Scholarship Fund.

THE FLECK FILE

HOMETOWN: Sugar Grove, Ill. ALMA MATER: Northern Illinois, 2004 BIRTHDATE: 11/29/80 COACHING CAREER: 2010 Wide Receivers, Rutgers 2009 Recruiting Coordinator/Wide Receivers, Northern Illinois 2007-09 Wide Receivers, Northern Illinois 2006 Graduate Assistant, Ohio State PLAYING CAREER: Four-year player at Northern Illinois. Still owns the school record for career punt returns, second in punt return yards, third in career catches and fourth in receiving yards. Signed with the San Francisco 49ers as a free agent in 2004. Played two seasons before retiring from professional football in June 2006.


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KYLE FLOOD ASSISTANT HEAD COACH/CO-OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR/OFFENSIVE LINE Kyle Flood is in his sixth season on the Rutgers football staff. Serving as offensive line coach during his time ‘On the Banks’, Flood will begin his second season as co-offensive coordinator. Flood also enters his third season as Assistant Head Coach. While under his tutelage, Rutgers has consistently produced one of the top offensive line units in college football. Several of Flood’s former offensive line pupils have gone on to play professionally in the National Football League, including the 11th pick overall in the 2010 Draft, Anthony Davis - Rutgers’ highest draft pick in school history. In 2007, Flood tutored an offensive line that ranked second in the nation with just 10 sacks allowed. In addition, the Rutgers offense became the first in NCAA history to have a 3,000-yard passer, 2,000-yard rusher and two, 1,000-yard receivers in the same season. The Rutgers offense was ranked 18th nationally in total offense in 2007. The offensive line featured two of the top tackles in the nation in Pedro Sosa and Jeremy Zuttah. Both players earned All-BIG EAST honors and were also invited to the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis with Zuttah becoming a third round selection by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Flood added run game coordinator to his duties in 2007 and his offensive line helped pave the way for AllAmerican running back Ray Rice, who rushed for a school and then-BIG EAST record 2,012 yards that season. Rice went on to be selected as the 55th overall pick in the NFL Draft by the Baltimore Ravens. In 2006, Flood coached an offensive line that helped Rutgers to one of its most productive seasons as the group relinquished the fewest sacks in the nation with just eight. His unit was regarded as one of the best in the country and featured Cameron Stephenson and Darnell Stapleton, both who played in the NFL. Flood’s corps of hard-nosed blockers helped guide Rice to an All-America season, as he finished second in the nation with 1,794 yards. Flood came to Rutgers after three seasons at the University of Delaware, where he helped the Blue Hens to a 30-11 record, including a 15-1 mark, the NCAA FCS National Championship in 2003 and a share of the Atlantic 10 title in 2004. He also served as assistant head coach and recruiting coordinator during his stint. Prior to his three seasons at Delaware, Flood was offensive line coach at Hofstra from 1997-2001. While at Hofstra, he helped the Pride earn berths in the NCAA FCS playoffs in 1997 and 1999-2001. The Pride were among the top offensive teams in the nation during his tenure, ranking second in total offense, fourth in passing, fifth in scoring in 2001. Flood, a 1993 graduate of Iona College, was a four-year letterwinner for the Gaels. A high school teammate of former Rutgers All-American tight end Marco Battaglia at St. Francis Prep High School in Queens, N.Y., Flood earned first team All-Liberty Conference honors in 1991 and served as team captain of the Gaels in 1992. Flood's first college coaching position came in 1995-96 as offensive line coach at Long Island University-C.W. Post. While coaching at C.W. Post, he helped the team to the ECAC Division II Eastern title in 1996. Flood began his coaching career at St. Francis Prep in 1993, as both offensive and defensive line coach in 1993-94. Flood and his wife, Amy, are the proud parents of a son, Kyle, and a daughter, Isabella.

THE FLOOD FILE

HOMETOWN: Bayside, N.Y. ALMA MATER: Iona, 1993 BIRTHDATE: 1/20/71

COACHING CAREER: 2009Assistant Head Coach/Co-Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line, Rutgers 2008-09 Assistant Head Coach, Offensive Line, Rutgers 2007 Offensive Line, Run Game Coordinator, Rutgers 2005-06 Offensive Line, Rutgers 2002-05 Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Line, Delaware 1997-2001 Offensive Line, Hofstra 1995-96 Offensive Line, Long Island - C.W. Post 1993-94 Assistant Coach, St. Francis Preparatory HS, N.Y. PLAYING CAREER: Four-year letterwinner and team captain at Iona College.


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BOB FRASER CO-DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR/LINEBACKERS Bob Fraser enters his fourth season as linebackers coach and serves as co-defensive coordinator for his second season. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the program with more than two decades on the sidelines. In his first season as co-defensive coordinator, Fraser helped the Rutgers defense reach great heights as the Scarlet Knights ranked in the Top 20 in six categories, including leading the nation in tackles for loss and ranking second in sacks. RU was 15th in the country in rushing defense, 16th in scoring defense and 18th in total defense. During his time “On the Banks”, three of Fraser’s former pupils have gone on to play professionally in the National Football League. All-BIG EAST linebacker Ryan D’Imperio was a seventh round draft pick of the Minnesota Vikings, while Kevin Malast and Brandon Renkart earned free agent contracts in 2008. In his first season in 2007, he guided a unit that helped Rutgers achieve national rankings in pass defense (fifth), total defense (17th), sacks (12th), tackles for loss (20th) and scoring defense (30th). Fraser became a member of the Rutgers staff in July 2006 as Assistant to the Head Coach. Prior to joining the RU staff, Fraser served nine seasons as linebackers coach at Colgate University. During his tenure at Colgate, he coached three Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year honorees, nine All-Patriot League selections and two All-Americans. Fraser started his coaching career as a graduate assistant coach at his alma mater, Allegheny College for the 1985 and 1986 seasons. He later served in the same role at Rutgers for the 1987 and 1988 seasons, where he worked with then graduate assistant coach Greg Schiano for five months leading up to the 1989 season. Fraser returned to Allegheny for the 1989 season in his first full-time position, spending three seasons as linebackers coach. The Gators were undefeated for two seasons and in 1990 won the NCAA Division III National Championship. From 1992-95 Fraser coached the defensive line at Holy Cross and in 1996 was the offensive tackles and tight ends coach at Northeaster. In a third stint at Allegheny, Fraser spent the 1997 coaching the inside and outside linebackers. Fraser was a four-year letterwinner at Allegheny where he earned All-America honors on the defensive line as a sophomore and served as team captain in his junior and senior seasons. He was inducted into both the Allegheny College and East Allegheny High School Hall of Fames. Fraser, a 1985 graduated from Allegheny with a degree in computer science, lives with his wife Cheryl, and their three children, sons Justin and Jason, and daughter Jessica.

THE FRASER FILE HOMETOWN: Pittsburgh, Pa. ALMA MATER: Allegheny College, 1985 BIRTHDATE: 1/18/63 ATHLETICS CAREER: 2009 Co-Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers, Rutgers 2007-08 Linebackers, Rutgers 2006 Assistant to the Head Coach, Rutgers 1998-2005 Linebackers, Colgate 1997 Inside and Outside Linebackers, Allegheny 1996 Offensive Tackles and Tight Ends, Northeastern 1992-95 Defensive Line, Holy Cross 1989-91 Linebackers, Allegheny 1987-88 Graduate Assistant, Rutgers 1985-86 Graduate Assistant, Allegheny PLAYING CAREER: Four-year letterwinner and All-American defensive lineman at Allegheny College.


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PHIL GALIANO TIGHT ENDS Phil Galiano begins his second stint as an assistant coach on the Rutgers football staff. Galiano previously coached the defensive ends and linebackers in his first term with the Scarlet Knights from 200306. He will coach the tight ends in his fifth season ‘On the Banks.’ Prior to returning to Piscataway, Galiano most recently served as the defensive coordinator and linebackers coach at Florida International. While at FIU, Galiano helped the Panthers achieve marked improvements on the defensive side of the ball. Between the 2007 and 2008 seasons, FIU jumped up 74 spots in turnover margin, 45 spots in pass efficiency defense, 36 spots in scoring defense, 34 spots in total defense and 25 spots in rush defense. The team also ranked 25th nationally in tackles for loss average, moving up 37 spots. Galiano was a member of the Rutgers staff that saw the Scarlet Knights earn just their second bowl berth in school history and the first-ever victory with a 37-10 win over Kansas State in the Texas Bowl. Galiano’s career at RU began as a defensive assistant in 2003 before being elevated to linebackers coach in 2004. He later spent the 2005 and 2006 seasons coaching the defensive ends. In 2006, Galiano’s defensive ends were major contributors on a defensive unit that ranked fourth nationally. Rutgers’ defense was fifth in the NCAA in both sacks and tackles for loss per game and produced first-team All-America and All-BIG EAST defensive lineman Eric Foster, as well as secondteam All-BIG EAST defensive linemen Jamaal Westerman, both current members of the National Football League. Galiano began his coaching career at Dickinson College, where he worked with the outside linebackers during the 2000 season. He spent 2001 as outside linebackers coach at the University of New Haven before becoming an offensive assistant at Villanova in 2002, working primarily with the tight ends. A three-year starter at safety for Shippensburg University, Galiano served as a tri-captain during his senior campaign. He helped lead the Raiders to three consecutive winning seasons from 1997-99, when they posted a 21-11 mark over that span. Galiano, who originally hails from Norristown, Pa., graduated from Shippensburg in 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. He and his wife, Kelly, have a son, Thomas Jeffrey and daughter Taylor Lee.

THE GALIANO FILE

HOMETOWN: Norristown, Pa. ALMA MATER: Shippensburg, 2000 BIRTHDATE: 9/8/77 COACHING CAREER: 2010 Tight Ends, Rutgers 2007-09 Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers, FIU 2005-06 Defensive Ends, Rutgers 2004 Linebackers, Rutgers 2003 Graduate Assistant, Defense, Rutgers 2002 Offensive Assistant, Villanova 2001 Outside Linebackers, New Haven 2000 Outside Linebackers, Dickinson

PLAYING CAREER: Three-year starter at safety at Shippensburg University.


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TODD GREINEDER CHIEF OF STAFF/ASSISTANT TO THE HEAD COACH Todd Greineder serves as Chief of Staff/Assistant to the Head Coach and is in his seventh year on the Scarlet Knights' staff. Prior to his current post, Greineder worked in the area of player development in 2004 and as a graduate assistant. After serving as defensive graduate assistant from 2005-06 and coaching the safeties, Greineder was promoted to Assistant to the Head Coach, assisting Greg Schiano with all aspects of the football program. In 2006, Greineder was instrumental in tutoring All-BIG EAST Second Team safeties Courtney Greene and Ron Girault. The Scarlet Knights ranked sixth in the nation in pass defense and eighth in pass efficiency defense in 2006. Greineder graduated from William & Mary in 2001, and was a four-year starter at linebacker. He concluded his outstanding career with the Tribe with 380 tackles, including 141 stops in his senior season, ranking seventh in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision. Greineder was a team captain, All-Atlantic 10 selection as a senior, and was also named to the NSCA All-American team. A graduate of Lancaster (Pa.) Catholic High School where he excelled in football and track & field, Greineder was named to his alma mater's Hall of Fame in 2004. He was a two-time defensive MVP of the team and holds school records for most tackles in a season and career and most touchdowns scored in a game with five. Before his arrival to Rutgers, Greineder was co-owner of Complete Athletic Training (CAT) in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. A Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist, he trained professional football players and prepped college athletes for the combine and professional play. Greineder first began coaching football under the legendary George F. Smith at St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Fort Lauderdale as linebackers coach before joining the Rutgers staff. Greineder is single and resides in New Brunswick.

THE GREINEDER FILE

HOMETOWN: Lancaster, Pa. ALMA MATER: William & Mary, 2001 BIRTHDATE: 2/2/79 COACHING CAREER: 2008Chief of Staff/Assistant to the Head Coach, Rutgers 2007 Assistant to the Head Coach, Rutgers 2005-06 Graduate Assistant, Defense, Rutgers 2004 Player Development, Rutgers 2002-04 Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist, Complete Athletic Training Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 2002-03 Linebackers, St. Thomas Aquinas HS Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

PLAYING CAREER: Four-year starter at linebacker at William & Mary. Finished his career with 380 tackles, including 141 stops in his senior season, which was seventh among FCS players.


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CHRIS HEWITT RUNNING BACKS Chris Hewitt enters his seventh season as an assistant coach on the Rutgers football staff. Hewitt will coach the running backs for the first time this season after spending the previous two in charge of the cornerbacks. Prior to becoming cornerbacks coach, Hewitt spent three seasons as Director of Speed and Skill Development at Rutgers. In two seasons as cornerbacks coach, Hewitt’s group ranked second in the BIG EAST Conference in passing defense both years. The unit recorded six of the Scarlet Knights’ 10 interceptions in 2008. Hewitt also mentored former cornerbacks Jason and Devin McCourty. In addition to excelling on the defensive side of the ball, the pair were also standouts in the special teams phase under Hewitt’s tutelage. Jason went on to be selected by the Tennessee Titans in the 2009 NFL Draft, while Devin was a first-round choice (27th overall) of the New England Patriots in 2010. During his three-year tenure as Director of Speed and Skill Development, the Scarlet Knights made marked improvements in those areas which translated into great success on the field. Hewitt, a graduate of Dwight Morrow High School in Englewood, enjoyed a successful collegiate career at the University of Cincinnati (1992-96), before going on to the NFL’s New Orleans Saints. At Cincinnati, Hewitt was a three-year starter in the secondary, and a two-time All-Conference USA selection (1995-96). He was also named to the All-Liberty Bowl Alliance team in 1995 and the AllIndependent Football Alliance team in 1993. In 1993, Hewitt was named the team’s Newcomer of the Year after averaging 31.5 yards per kick return, the second best single-season return average in school history. Hewitt joined the Saints as a free agent in 1997, and played four seasons in the secondary and on special teams for New Orleans. Following his playing career, he joined the Cleveland Browns coaching staff as a participant in the NFL’s Minority Coaching Fellowship Program, and worked primarily with special teams and defensive backs. In 2003, Hewitt was an assistant strength and conditioning coach at the University of Notre Dame. Hewitt also worked with the Baltimore Ravens in 2005 and the Philadelphia Eagles in 2006 as part of the NFL Fellowship Program. Hewitt and his wife, Tanisha, are the proud parents of daughters Azia, Briana, Christina and son, Christopher.

THE HEWITT FILE

HOMETOWN: Englewood, N.J. ALMA MATER: Cincinnati, 1997 BIRTHDATE: 7/22/74 COACHING CAREER: 2010 Running Backs, Rutgers 2008-09 Cornerbacks, Rutgers 2005-07 Director of Speed and Skill Development, Rutgers 2004 Graduate Assistant, Rutgers 2003 Strength and Conditioning Assistant, Notre Dame 2001 Coaching Assistant, Cleveland Browns PLAYING CAREER: Was a four-year letterman as a defensive back at Cincinnati, and two-time All-Conference USA selection. Member of the New Orleans Saints 1997-2000.


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TEM LUKABU OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS

Tem Lukabu returns for his second stint on the Rutgers sideline. Lukabu was a member of the RU player development staff from 2006-08 and will begin his first season in 2010 as coach of the outside linebackers. Prior to returning to Rutgers, Lukabu served as linebackers coach at the University of Rhode Island from 2008-10. While with the Rams, Lukabu mentored a pair of standout players in Matt Hansen, a second team All-Colonial Athletic Association and All-New England Sports Writer honoree. He also coached Rob Damon, a third team Football Championship Subdivision (formerly Division I-AA) All-American and third team All-CAA recipient. Lukabu began his collegiate coaching career with the Scarlet Knights in 2006, working in the area of player development. He was on staff during two of Rutgers’ earliest bowl victories, the Texas Bowl Championship in 2006 and the 2008 International Bowl Championship. A former linebacker himself, Lukabu was a three-year starter at Colgate. In 2003, he captained the National Runner-up squad that finished 15-1 and ranked second in the nation. That same year, Lukabu was named a third team Associated Press All-American and was also a finalist for the Buck Buchanan Award, given to the National Defensive Player of the Year. A 2004 graduate of Colgate, Lukabu earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in History with a minor in Political Science. The Avenel, N.J., native attended Colonia High School where he was an all-county and all-state honoree. Lukabu and his wife Kate reside in New Brunswick.

THE LUKABU FILE

HOMETOWN: Avenel, N.J. ALMA MATER: Colgate, 2004 BIRTHDATE: 8/6/81 COACHING CAREER: 2010 Outside Linebackers, Rutgers 2008-09 Linebackers, Rhode Island 2006-08 Player Development, Rutgers

PLAYING CAREER: Was a three-year starter at linebacker at Colgate. Earned third team All-American AP honors and was a finalist for the Buck Buchanan Award, given to the National Defensive Player of the Year.


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RANDY MELVIN DEFENSIVE LINE

Randy Melvin begins his second stint as an assistant coach on the Rutgers football staff. Melvin previously coached the defensive line in his first term with the Scarlet Knights from 2002-04 and returns in the same capacity. Melvin most recently served as the defensive line coach at Temple in 2009. Under his tutelage, defensive end Adrian Robinson totaled 12 sacks en route to being named the Mid-American Conference's Defensive Player of the Year. The defensive unit ranked 18th in the nation in rushing defense and tied for 23rd in sacks. Prior to joining the Owls, Melvin worked in the NFL ranks, spending four years with the Cleveland Browns. In 2002, Melvin’s first season heading the defensive line, the Scarlet Knights allowed 23.5 fewer rushing yards per game than the previous year. That progression continued in the next season as Rutgers allowed nearly 44 fewer yards per game in 2003, than it had in 2002. Before joining the Rutgers staff, Melvin spent two seasons (2000-01) in the National Football League, serving as defensive line coach with the Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots. Melvin gained valuable experience coaching in the pros, starting out with the Denver Broncos in 1995 as part of the NFL's minority coaching fellowship program. He participated in the program for the next two years with the New York Jets. In 1988, Melvin entered the collegiate coaching ranks at his alma mater Eastern Illinois as the defensive line coach. After seven seasons with Eastern Illinois, he left for Wyoming to become the coach of the defensive tackles for the 1995 and 1996 seasons. The Cowboys were impressive under Melvin's tutelage, recording a Western Athletic Conference best 33 sacks in 1995, and following it up with another league best 46 sacks in 1996. From 1997 through 1999, Melvin served as Purdue's defensive ends coach. A 1982 graduate of Eastern Illinois, Melvin was a starter on the defensive line for the Panthers for three seasons and received AP AllAmerica recognition (Division II) in 1979 and 1980. He also earned his master's degree from the school in 1993. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame at both Eastern Illinois University (1995) and Aurora West High School (1994). Melvin and his wife Karen have two children, Lance and Malia.

THE MELVIN FILE

HOMETOWN: Aurora, Ill. ALMA MATER: Eastern Illinois, 1982 BIRTHDATE: 4/3/59 COACHING CAREER: 2010 Defensive Line, Rutgers 2009 Defensive Line, Temple 2005-08 Defensive Line, Cleveland Browns 2002-04 Defensive Line, Rutgers 2000-01 Defensive Line, New England Patriots 1997-99 Defensive Ends, Purdue 1995-96 Defensive Tackles, Wyoming 1988-94 Defensive Line, Eastern Illinois 1985-87 Head Coach, Aurora West HS (Ill.) 1983-84 Assistant Coach, Aurora West HS (Ill.) 1982 Assistant Coach, Urbana HS (Ill.) PLAYING CAREER: Three-year starter at Eastern Illinois where he earned two-time AP All-American honors and was inducted into the Eastern Illinois Hall of Fame.


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ED PINKHAM CO-DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR/SECONDARY Ed Pinkham returns for his third season on the Rutgers staff as the secondary coach. Pinkham will also continue as the team’s co-defensive coordinator for the second season. In his first season as co-defensive coordinator, Fraser helped the Rutgers defense reach great heights as the Scarlet Knights ranked in the Top 20 in five categories, including leading the nation in tackles for loss and ranking second in turnover margin. RU was 15th in the country in rushing defense, 16th in scoring defense and 18th in total defense. Pinkham managed a defensive secondary that has closed 2008 ranked second in the BIG EAST Conference in passing defense the past two seasons. He also helped mentor a trio of Scarlet Knights that moved onto the professional ranks in cornerback Jason McCourty (Tennessee Titans), safety Courtney Greene (Jacksonville Jaguars) and Devin McCourty, the 27th overall pick of the New England Patriots in 2010. Prior to joining the Scarlet Knights, Pinkham spent 12 seasons in charge of the defensive unit at Colgate. Pinkham began his stint at Colgate in 1996 coaching the secondary while also serving as defensive coordinator. At the conclusion of the 2005 campaign, Pinkham was promoted to associate head coach. He continued his duties as defensive coordinator while also overseeing the linebacking corps his final two years at Colgate. During his tenure at Colgate, the Raiders captured five Patriot League titles and earned five trips to the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision playoffs. The defensive unit led the Patriot League in total defense in 1999, 2003, 2004 and 2006, and three times paced the league in rushing defense. Pinkham’s defensive unit ranked top-10 in the nation in rushing defense three times, twice in passing defense and once in total defense. The Raiders were fifth in the nation in pass efficiency defense and ninth in total defense in 2004. In 1999, he directed the Raiders to one of their greatest defensive efforts while setting the school record for fewest total yards and rushing yards allowed in a season. Prior to Colgate, Pinkham was defensive coordinator and associate head coach at Holy Cross for four seasons. For the first two seasons he coached the outside linebackers, before moving over to the secondary. He also enjoyed a 12-year stint at the University of New Hampshire, where he was secondary coach during his entire stay and defensive coordinator the last seven seasons. In 1989, he joined the staff at the University of Minnesota as secondary coach. With over 30 years of coaching experience, Pinkham began his coaching career in 1975 at his alma mater, Allegheny where he was a four-year starter at free safety. While at Allegheny, he earned all-President’s Athletic Conference honors all four years and in his senior season, received second team Associated Press All-America honors. Pinkham also captained the Gators’ conference winning team. Pinkham, a native of Clark, N.J., graduated from Allegheny College in 1975 with a degree in economics. He and his wife, Karen, have three children: Matt, Kelly, and Jessie.

THE PINKHAM FILE HOMETOWN: Clark, N.J. ALMA MATER: Allegheny, 1975 BIRTHDATE: 9/6/53 COACHING CAREER: 2009Co-Defensive Coordinator/Secondary, Rutgers 2008 Secondary, Rutgers 2006-07 Associate Head Coach/Defensive Coord./ Linebackers, Colgate 1996-2005 Defensive Coordinator/Secondary, Colgate 1994-95 Associate Head Coach/Defensive Coord./ Secondary, Holy Cross 1992-93 Associate Head Coach/Defensive Coord./ Linebackers, Holy Cross 1989-91 Secondary, Minnesota 1980-88 Defensive Coord./Secondary, New Hampshire 1977-79 Secondary, New Hampshire 1976 Wide Receivers/Secondary, Allegheny 1975 Wide Receivers, Allegheny PLAYING CAREER: Four-year starter and All-America free safety at Allegheny.


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ROBB SMITH SPECIAL TEAMS COORDINATOR/CORNERBACKS Robb Smith returns for his second season on the Rutgers staff. Smith will again resume his duties as the special teams coordinator but will move to coaching the cornerbacks after spending the 2009 season instructing the outside linebackers.

In his first season, the Scarlet Knights enjoyed measured success under Smith as the special teams coordinator. After a 2008 season in which RU did not have a special teams touchdown, Rutgers collected four in 2009 on three kick returns and a punt return. The special teams unit also recorded six blocked kicks. Smith arrived at Rutgers after a seven-season stint on the Maine coaching staff, most recently serving as assistant head coach and defensive coordinator. In addition to his role as defensive coordinator and assistant head coach, Smith also coached the team’s linebackers. Under Smith, Maine was ranked in the top third nationally in the Football Championship Subdivision in total defense in each of his three seasons as defensive coordinator. Smith earned the promotion to assistant head coach after leading one of the finest defenses in the nation in 2006. In his first season as the defensive coordinator, the "Black Hole" defense ranked among the top five nationally in several categories, including: rush defense (first), total defense (second), sacks (third), scoring defense (fourth) and tackles for loss (fifth). Before joining the staff at Maine, Smith worked as a quality control/defensive graduate assistant at Iowa from 1999-01. He was with the 2001 Hawkeye squad that defeated Texas Tech in the Alamo Bowl, 19-16. A native of Pittsburgh, Pa., Smith played at Allegheny College from 1993-97 and was a three-year letterwinner at strong safety. Smith earned his B.A. degree in economics from Allegheny in 1997. He also earned a masters degree in communications from Iowa in 2002. Smith and his wife, Amy, are the proud parents of two sons, Charles and Jonathan.

THE SMITH FILE

HOMETOWN: Pittsburgh, Pa. ALMA MATER: Allegheny, 1997 BIRTHDATE: 5/10/75 COACHING CAREER: 2010-

Special Teams Coordinator/Cornerbacks,

Rutgers 2009

Special Teams Coordinator/ Outside Linebackers,

Rutgers 2002-08 Assistant Head Coach/ Defensive Coordinator, Maine 1999-01

Quality Control/Defensive Graduate Assistant,

Iowa

PLAYING CAREER: Was a three-time letterman at Allegheny College at strong safety.


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ANDREW AURICH DEFENSIVE ASSISTANT

Andrew Aurich joined Rutgers football in March 2009 as a member of the player development staff and returns for his second season, this time serving as a defensive assistant. While on the Rutgers player development staff, Aurich assisted the offensive coaches with administrative aspects of game and daily practice preparation. He also mentored student-athletes as they handled the social and academic adjustment to collegiate athletics. Aurich began his coaching career at his alma mater, Concordia Academy in Roseville, Minn. He was an assistant varsity coach during the 2006 season, working primarily with the offensive line. Aurich made his debut into the collegiate coaching ranks at Albright College in Reading, Pa., where he served as tight ends coach and assistant recruiting coordinator. He was part of a staff that turned a 2-8 program in 2006, into MAC and ECAC Bowl Champions in 2008. A graduate of Princeton University, Aurich earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Politics in 2006. He played on the offensive line and handled long snapping duties for the Tigers from 2002-05. Aurich was a twoyear starter and member of a Princeton team that posted the best record in 10 years, finishing second in the Ivy League. Aurich, a native of St. Paul, Minn., was a two-time all-state and allMetro honoree as a three-year starter on the offensive and defensive lines at Concordia Academy. He also served as a two-time captain and helped lead his team to a pair of conference championships.

THE AURICH FILE

HOMETOWN: St. Paul, Minn. ALMA MATER: Princeton, 2004 BIRTHDATE: 6/6/83 COACHING CAREER: 2010 Defensive Assistant, Rutgers 2009 Player Development, Rutgers 2007-08 Tight ends, Assistant Recruiting Coordinator, Albright College 2006 Assistant Varsity Coach Concordia Academy HS PLAYING CAREER: Was a four-year letterman and two-year starter on the offensive line at Princeton University. Played primarily center and guard. Also handled long snapping duties during the 2004 season.


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SCOTT WALKER DIRECTOR OF FOOTBALL ACADEMIC SUPPORT Scott Walker enters his seventh season at Rutgers as the Director of Football Academic Support. In his role, Walker oversees the entire academic program for the Rutgers football team. In the most recent NCAA Academic Progress Report (APR), the Rutgers football squad ranked first nationally. Rutgers was one of only seven Football Bowl Subdivision programs to be rated in the top 10 percent in the APR scores. RU was also the only institution in the nation to have its football team ranked in the top 10 percent of the APR and win a bowl game in each of the last three seasons. In addition, Rutgers was the lone state university on the list to be ranked in the top 10 percent nationally in APR for the third straight year. The Scarlet Knights were one of only four institutions that played in a bowl game and ranked in the top 10 percent of the APR in 2009-10. In the last four years under Walker’s guidance, the Rutgers football program has ranked in the top seven nationally (third in 2009) and has achieved the top APR of any Football Bowl Subdivision state university in the nation and also led the BIG EAST in an APR rate for a football program. Under Walker and his staff, Rutgers has had two National Football Foundation Scholar Athletes in Brian Leonard and Brandon Renkart. Leonard received the prestigious Draddy Trophy, recognized as the “Academic Heisman,” in 2006. Prior to his tenure at Rutgers, Walker spent three seasons as an assistant football coach at Cornell. Walker was named the running backs coach at Cornell in the spring of 2001. Before joining the Cornell staff, Walker served five seasons at Georgia Tech, including three as the director of academics for the football team. In 1997, he was the assistant director of football operations. Prior to Tech, Walker was a coach at the University of Maine for six years, including the final two as the running game coordinator. Walker also spent time coaching at Purdue, Iowa and Texas. Walker graduated from Princeton in 1984 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in geology. During his time at Princeton, he worked as the freshman defensive ends coach from 1982-84. In addition to attending college in New Jersey, Walker spent 15 years recruiting the New Jersey metropolitan area for various universities during his coaching career. Walker and his wife, Michelle, have a son, Kyle.

Academic achievement has been a hallmark of Coach Schiano's tenure at Rutgers. The Academic Performance Rate (APR) released by the NCAA showed that the Scarlet Knights are consistently ranked at the top of the Football Bowl Subdivision. The Rutgers football team led the nation with an APR score of 992 - the highest-ever mark of football team in the Football Bowl Subdivision. The program has ranked in the top three nationally each of the last three years.


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TARIQ AHMAD DIRECTOR OF FOOTBALL RECRUITING OPERATIONS Tariq Ahmad begins his first season as Director of Football Recruiting Operations after previously serving as Director of Player Development. Ahmad arrived “On the Banks� in 2007 and is in his fourth season overall as a member of the Rutgers football coaching staff.

During the 2007 and 2008 seasons, Ahmad served in offensive player development, assisting with the offensive line. His responsibilities included the breakdown and analysis of offensive game film and contributing to the operations of practice preparation. Prior to joining Rutgers, Ahmad worked as an offensive graduate assistant coach at his alma mater Ithaca College. While there he instructed the running backs with game strategies and techniques. Ahmad began his collegiate coaching career at Ithaca in 2004 as a volunteer assistant coach with the offensive line. Ahmad also worked as an assistant football coach at Lakewood High School in 2005, guiding the offensive and defensive lines. In addition, he was the head junior varsity basketball coach and assistant track and field coach, overseeing the field events. A 2005 graduate of Ithaca College, Ahmad was a three-sport star in football, basketball and outdoor track. He was a two-time captain and two-time First Team All-ECAC selection on the gridiron, including earning All-American honors. Ahmad was also a state champion discus thrower on two occasions.

THE AHMAD FILE

HOMETOWN: Holmdel, N.J. ALMA MATER: Ithaca College, 2005 BIRTHDATE: 12/4/81 COACHING CAREER: 2010 Director of Football Recruiting Operations, Rutgers 2009 Director of Player Development, Rutgers 2007-08 Offensive Player Development, Rutgers 2006 Graduate Assistant/Running Backs, Ithaca College 2005 Assistant Football Coach, Lakewood High School 2004 Volunteer Assistant Coach, Offensive Line, Ithaca College PLAYING CAREER: Was a three-sport athlete at Ithaca College where he starred as a member of the football, basketball and outdoor track teams. He was a two-time First Team AllECAC selection on the gridiron and twotime state champion in the discus.


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DAVID McCUNE HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER - FOOTBALL David McCune is in his 10th season as Head Football Athletic Trainer at Rutgers. He oversees all aspects of athletic training from injury prevention to rehabilitation within the program. McCune also assists with the coordination of the entire athletic department’s athletic training staff. He has worked with head coach Greg Schiano for more than a decade, also serving as Coordinator of Athletic Training and Football Athletic Trainer at the University of Miami for four seasons (1997-2000), before accompanying Schiano to the Scarlet Knights for the 2001 season. McCune, a Virginia native, received his Bachelor’s Degree from James Madison, and earned his Master’s Degree from Missouri State University. He began his career as an Assistant Athletic Trainer at Missouri State in 1989, where he worked for one year before being named Head Athletic Trainer at the University of Miami’s HealthSouth Sports Medicine Clinic (1989-93), and named the Director of the Clinic from 1993-95. He then returned to his alma mater, James Madison, as Athletic Trainer, where he served from 199597 before joining the University of Miami program. McCune is the proud father of two sons, Devon and Braden.

DR. ROBERT MONACO ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS/SPORTS MEDICINE Dr. Robert Monaco is in his 15th year as the Associate Director of Athletics/Sports Medicine and has served as Team Physician for the football program since his arrival in 1996. In addition to working with the football team, Monaco oversees the medical treatment for all of the University’s sports. His responsibilities also include supervising a group of 11 full-time certified athletic trainers and a support staff in sports nutrition and psychology. In addition to his work with the Scarlet Knights, Dr. Monaco is a clinical professor in the Department of Family Medicine at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and directs the school’s Sports Medicine Fellowship Program. Dr. Monaco earned his Bachelor’s Degree from Columbia University, where he was an All-Ivy League wrestler and team captain in 1986 and 1987. He went on to receive his Medical Degree from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, where he was a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. He completed his residency at UMDNJ Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and St. Peter’s Hospital in New Brunswick, working with the Department of Family Medicine. Dr. Monaco has also done postgraduate study and completed a fellowship in Sports Medicine at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, which included work at Princeton University and the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City. In addition, Dr. Monaco holds a Master’s in Public Health from Rutgers and UMDNJ Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. A native of Nutley, N.J., Dr. Monaco comes from a family of physical educators, coaches, and athletes. Dr. Monaco and his wife, Carolyn, are the proud parents of two children, Antonio and Angelina.

SPORTS MEDICINE STAFF

Dr. Michael Coyle - Team Orthopedist/RWJ University Hospital Dr. Timothy Hosea - Team Orthopedist/RWJ University Hospital Dr. Robert Howarth - Team Dentist Angela Harto - Administrative Assistant, Sports Medicine


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WILL GILKISON DIRECTOR OF FOOTBALL OPERATIONS Will Gilkison enters his first season as Director of Football Operations. Gilkison spent the previous year serving as the Director of External Operations and prior to that stint was as a member of the Rutgers football staff for three seasons. A four-year letterwinner at linebacker with the Scarlet Knights, Gilkison captained the 2005 Insight Bowl team and was the recipient of the Paul Robeson Award, presented annually to the individual whose performance, leadership, and dedication on and off the field during his career has had the greatest impact on Rutgers Football. Gilkison became a member of the staff in 2006 as a student assistant. He was responsible for helping prepare and implement weekly practice schedules. Gilkison also worked as a strength and conditioning assistant during this time, creating and facilitating off-season training programs while instructing players in skill development. In 2008, Gilkison joined the player development staff, serving as a mentor for first and second year players. He oversaw the transition of these individuals into the college environment, assisting them with basic life skills, time management, goal setting and prioritizing. A 2007 graduate, Gilkison earned a B.A. in History and completed his graduate degree in elementary and special education in 2008. He and his wife Katie currently reside in Union Beach, N.J. The couple recently welcomed their first child, a daughter, Margaret.

SHAWN TUCKER ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR/STUDENT-ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT Shawn Tucker begins his first season as Assistant Athletic Director for Student-Athlete Development. Tucker, a 2007 graduate of Rutgers University and a former standout at wide receiver on the football team, leads an exciting new Life Skills initiative for student-athletes. Through programming and counseling, the Life Skills initiative will help to fortify student-athletes at Rutgers with valuable information and tools to guide decision-making in critical life-shaping areas such as career choice, personal finance, leadership, civic involvement, and healthy lifestyle choices. Tucker came to Rutgers to play for head coach Greg Schiano from Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. He was named team captain as a senior and helped lead Rutgers to its first of four consecutive football bowl championships in 2006. A four-year letterwinner for the Scarlet Knights, Tucker was a key member of two bowl squads during his career “On the Banks.” As an undergraduate, Tucker served on the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. He graduated with a double major in Geography and Labor Studies in May 2007 and began working for the Office of Continuing Professional Education at Rutgers as a program coordinator for their T.E.E.M. Gateway program. While there, Tucker was a member of a staff that received the 2010 Diversity Leadership Award. T.E.E.M. Gateway serves all parolees in Essex County, providing education and employment to all youth transitioning back into their community. Tucker’s specific responsibilities included working with youth in the areas of academic, personal, career and community development. Tucker also participated in the implementation of the YE2S Center, a partnership among Rutgers, Newark Public Schools, the City of Newark and Communities in Schools of New Jersey focusing on providing education and employment services for youth in Essex County. Tucker has also mentored youth in Newark through the Rutgers Green Rangers Mural program, which focused on the beautification and revitalization of Newark through the Arts, while also serving as a key collaborator in the New Jersey High School Dropout Prevention Campaign. Currently pursuing a master’s degree in city and regional planning, Tucker and his wife Maria, reside in New Brunswick, N.J.


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RUTGERS FOOTBALL STAFF

MARC BACOTE Player Development

GENE BATAILLE Director of Football Relations

JENNA BEVERLY Athletic Academic Advisor Academic Services Coord.

DARRICK BROWN Athletic Academic Advisor

TRACY BUSH Assistant to the Coaching Staff

KEVIN CALDWELL Operations Assistant

JEREMY COLE Strength & Conditioning

PETER COLLINS Player Development

PAT DAVITT Team Nutritionist

MIKE DeCICCO Equipment Manager

PAT ENGLISH Admin. Assistant to the Head Coach

BOB GILMARTIN Strength & Conditioning

MIKE KUZNIAK Director of Player Services

JESSICA LARMONY Recruiting Assistant

FRED MARIANI Director of Player Development

TOM McENTIRE Player Development


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BILL MILLER Player Development

RICKY PALMER Video Coordinator

MIKE PAWLUSIAK Assistant Athletic Trainer

STEPHEN PRATTI Assistant Video Coordinator

ARNO RHEINBERGER Assistant Athletic Trainer

GINA SCIORRA Assistant to the Coaching Staff

MIKE TUFO Strength & Conditioning

JOE WEBBER Equipment Assistant

TIM WHELIHAN Assistant Director of Football Operations

JIMMY WORTH Operations Assistant

MAX WYNN Player Development


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RUTGERS FOOTBALL Rutgers head football coach Greg Schiano and his staff will look to fill a number of positions in several vital areas as the Scarlet Knights move into the new season. Coming off a 9-4 campaign in 2009 and a win at the St. Petersburg Bowl, Rutgers will be without the services of one of its most winningest senior classes in school history – a group that also earned an unprecedented four-straight bowl championships. With another solid recruiting class on tap and the return of 14 starters, the Scarlet Knights appear to have all the key elements in place for another successful season in 2010.

SAVAGE

RETURNING RUNNING BACKS 8 22 24 30 34 38 41 43

Kordell Young Tyrone Putman Mason Robinson Edmond Laryea De'Antwan Williams Joe Martinek Robert Joseph Nick DePaola

5-9 5-10 5-10 6-1 5-8 6-0 6-2 6-0

190 195 190 223 195 215 216 196

Sr.* Jr.* Jr.* Sr.* So. Jr.* Fr.* Fr.*

RU will also welcome the return of running backs Kordell Young and De’Antwan Williams. Young unfortunately suffered another setback in 2009 since making a return from a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) as a sophomore. The fifth-year senior has one year of eligibility remaining and could find himself in the mix.

OFFENSE

The Rutgers offense will look to sophomore quarterback Tom Savage. As a true freshman, the Springfield, Pa., native made his collegiate debut in the second half of RU’s season opener and it was clear that Savage was the heir-apparent. Appearing in 12 games with 11 starts, including the final nine contests, Savage completed 149-of-285 passes for 2,211 yards and 14 touchdowns. Savage went on to being named a Freshman All-American by three separate media outlets, including the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA). In addition, he was named the Offensive MVP at the team’s annual awards banquet. Savage will compete under center with RU’s other signal caller Steve Shimko, a redshirt sophomore. Joining Rutgers’ two-member group will be true freshman Chas Dodd, a top-rated quarterback prospect from South Carolina. RETURNING QUARTERBACKS

7 Tom Savage 12 Steve Shimko * denotes redshirt year

6-5 6-5

226 230

So. So.*

Rutgers returns its leading rusher from 2009 in Joe Martinek. The junior carried 206 times for 967 yards and nine touchdowns in 13 games last season. His biggest impact was in helping the Scarlet Knights control the clock and possessions late in games.

MARTINEK Williams, a sophomore who saw action in seven games as a true freshman in 2009, will also provide depth at the running back position. Nicknamed “The Rocket,” Williams showed his big play ability on several occasions, effortlessly getting to the second level of defenses. He carried 44 times for 235 yards and a touchdown. Redshirt junior Mason Robinson, who suffered a season-ending injury in the 2009 opener, has made a return to the running back position after switching to wide receiver. Robinson spent much of the 2010 spring drills recovering and will look to return to his old form in time for the first game of the season. Robinson has played in 21 career games with 353 yards on the ground and 125 receiving as a running back his first two seasons. For the first time in three seasons, the Scarlet Knights will be in search of a starter at fullback, following the graduation of Jack Corcoran, a three-year mainstay at the position. Corcoran started 10 contests last season. Fifth-year senior Edmond Laryea made the transition from linebacker to fullback towards the end of the 2009 season and could be the Scarlet Knights’ frontrunner to assume the starting position. Also in the mix will be three redshirt freshmen Nick DePaola and Robert Joseph.


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2010 OUTLOOK RETURNING WIDE RECEIVERS 5 6 9 15 28 37 80 81

Tim Wright Mohamed Sanu Aaron Hayward Keith Stroud Quron Pratt Jamal Merrell Phil Lewis Mark Harrison

6-4 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-0 6-4 6-2 6-3

216 218 193 206 175 204 175 230

So.* So. Fr.* So.* Fr.* Fr.* Fr.* So.

Harrison will look to overcome an injury-plagued freshman campaign and earn action on the field in the same fashion of his true freshman season in 2009. Despite a hampering leg injury, Harrison showed promise, appearing in eight games, catching five passes for 83 yards and his first career TD. Also adding depth to the position will be redshirt freshmen Aaron Hayward, Jamal Merrell and Phil Lewis. RETURNING TIGHT ENDS

Absent from Rutgers’ wide receiver corps will be All-BIG EAST wideout Tim Brown. A 1,000-yard receiver and the school’s all-time leader in receiving touchdowns, Brown rounded out a career as one of the RU’s most prolific deep ball threats. The Miami, Fla. native led the Scarlet Knights with 1,150 yards and nine touchdowns on 55 catches.

10 88 89 98

D.C. Jefferson Malcolm Bush Paul Carrezola Evan Lampert

6-6 6-4 6-2 6-3

258 243 235 249

So.* Fr.* Fr.* Jr.*

At the tight end position, the Scarlet Knights will look to redshirt sophomore D.C. Jefferson as the most experienced tight end on the roster. Jefferson, a former quarterback, appeared in 12 games, catching five passes for 104 yards, including a career long of 46 yards on his firstever collegiate reception. Also in the mix is junior Evan Lampert who played in all 13 games last season as a blocking tight end as well as on special teams. Helping to add depth will be redshirt freshmen Malcolm Bush and Paul Carrezola. RETURNING OFFENSIVE LINEMEN

SANU Rutgers will be in good hands with the return of sophomore Mohamed Sanu who was second in receiving with 51 catches for 639 yards and three touchdowns. Originally a highly-touted safety out of high school, Sanu made the switch to the offensive side of the ball and the move proved invaluable. Sanu became the first Scarlet Knight since 1993 to run, pass and catch a touchdown in a season. Commanding the offense from the wildcat set, Sanu carried the ball 62 times for 346 yards and five TDs en route to earning Freshman All-America honors. As one of the largest groups of returnees, Rutgers will have a number of Scarlet Knights jockeying for position on the depth chart during the 2010 season. True sophomore Mark Harrison and redshirt sophomores Keith Stroud, Tim Wright and Quron Pratt are the remaining Scarlet Knights with the most experience at wide receiver. Wright and Pratt emerged as two potential impact players at the conclusion of spring drills. The pair made marked improvements from their first two seasons ‘On the Banks’ and are certain to find themselves in the mix at wide receiver. Wright was the recipient of the Mark Mills Second Effort Award, given to the most improved offensive player during spring practice and was named to the Rivals.com AllSpring Team.

53 55 57 59 60 63 64 68 70 71 73 74 75 76 77

Jamal Wilson Betim Bujari Frank Quartucci David Osei Caleb Ruch Beau Bachety Nicholas Libonati Matt McBride Desmond Wynn Devon Watkis Desmond Stapleton Howard Barbieri Antwan Lowery Mo Lange Art Forst

6-5 6-4 6-4 6-4 6-4 6-4 6-3 6-6 6-6 6-7 6-5 6-5 6-4 6-7 6-8

307 292 290 266 290 260 291 280 290 310 285 304 302 300 311

Fr.* Fr. Fr. Fr.* Jr. So.* So* Fr.* Jr.* So.* Jr.* Sr.* Fr.* Sr.* Jr.

For the first time since 2007, the Scarlet Knights will be forced to replace a pair of bookend tackles following the graduation of right tackle Kevin Haslam and the departure of left tackle Anthony Davis, who became Rutgers’ highest-ever NFL draft pick as he was chosen 11th overall by the San Francisco 49ers. RU will also have to find a replacement for three-year starter at center Ryan Blaszczyk. Juniors Art Forst and Desmond Stapleton are two linemen with experience that will be counted on heavily in 2010. Forst has started as a guard since his true freshman season, while Stapleton has been Davis’ understudy on the two-deep the past two seasons. Fifth-year senior Howard Barbieri and juniors Caleb Ruch and Desmond Wynn have seen extensive time on the offensive line during their careers ‘On the Banks’ and should be key contributors up front. The Scarlet Knights will have depth on the offensive line with the return of senior Mo Lange, sophomores Devon Watkis and Nicholas Libonati, and redshirt freshmen David Osei and Jamal Wilson. A


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American honors for his performance. Vallone had 41 tackles, 9.0 for loss and 1.5 sacks. Senior Jonathan Freeny will likely step into the other starting role at defensive end opposite to Silvestro after spending the past three seasons as the backup to Johnson. Freeny had 32 tackles, 12.0 for loss and a team-best nine sacks.

VALLONE

highly-touted defensive lineman out of high school, Antwan Lowery made the switch to the offensive side of the ball and earned significant time this past spring as he completes the transition to offensive guard. Rutgers also welcomed three early enrollees last spring in Betim Bujari, Frank Quartucci and Hofstra transfer Matt McBride. The trio was able to workout during spring camp and should gain a boost from the early jump on learning the Scarlet Knights offense.

DEFENSE

Rutgers lost impact players at all three levels of its defense with the graduation of three-year starter on the defensive line George Johnson, starting linebackers Ryan D’Imperio and Damaso Munoz, starting AllBIG EAST corner Devin McCourty and starting safety Zaire Kitchen. Returning on the defensive line will be senior end Alex Silvestro. Since breaking into the rotation as a true freshman in 2007, Silvestro has appeared in 37 career games. He made the switch from defensive tackle to his more natural position at end, making 42 tackles, including 12.0 for loss. He also recorded two sacks, an interception and recovered four fumbles. RETURNING DEFENSIVE LINEMEN

45 52 54 57 72 87 90 91 92 94 96 97 99

Alex Silvestro Eric LeGrand Junior Solice Sorie Bayoh Isaac Holmes Fabian Ruiz Michael Larrow Justin Francis Jamil Merrell Scott Vallone Charlie Noonan Andre Civil Jonathan Freeny

6-4 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-4 6-4 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-3

260 275 240 250 277 245 252 262 250 270 274 256 250

Sr. Jr. Fr.* Sr.* Fr.* Jr.* Fr.* Jr.* Fr.* So.* Sr.* Fr.* Sr.

He will be joined on the defensive line by fellow starters Charlie Noonan and Scott Vallone. Noonan, a fifth-year senior, emerged as a standout tackle in 2009 along with Vallone who earned FWAA Freshman All-

Providing depth on the defensive line will be junior Eric LeGrand who appeared in all 13 games with 33 tackles, 7.5 for loss and 2.0 sacks. He also recovered two fumbles. Junior Justin Francis returned after missing the 2008 season and saw action in 12 contests at tackle. He posted 14 tackles, 5.0 for loss and 3.5 sacks, while fifth-year senior Sorie Bayoh will also be in the rotation at defensive end. RETURNING LINEBACKERS 13 40 42 49 50 51 53 56

Ka'Lial Glaud Colin McEvoy Steve Beauharnais Al-Ghaffaar Lane Antonio Lowery Manny Abreu Jim Dumont Marvin Booker

6-2 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-2

223 215 230 220 225 245 222 220

So. Sr. So. Jr.* Sr. Jr.* Sr.* Jr.

Four redshirt freshmen will look to break into the two-deep at the start of the 2010 season. Andre Civil, Isaac Holmes, Jamil Merrell and Michael Larrow will each try to impress the coaching staff and make their collegiate debuts. The linebacker corps returns two starters in senior Antonio Lowery and sophomore Steve Beauharnais. Lowery started eight contests in 2009, while Beauharnais made four starts, including the final three games. Lowery is the team’s leading returning tackler with 55 stops. He also had 7.5 tackles for loss and 1.0 sack. Beauharnais emerged as the season progressed and finished with 36 tackles, 7.0 for loss and 5.0 sacks.


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2010 OUTLOOK Givens, originally recruited as a cornerback, made the move to safety at the end of spring drills and will provide the unit with added depth. Junior David Rowe started at the other cornerback position opposite McCourty and will likely reassume his role. He appeared in all 13 games with 36 tackles, 3.5 for loss and two interceptions. Also in the mix at cornerback is senior Brandon Bing and sophomore Brandon Jones. Bing played in seven games, making two starts, while Jones saw action in 11 contests.

LOWERY

Junior Manny Abreu has been a solid contributor since arriving in 2007 and will likely see time in the rotation along with senior Jim Dumont, junior Marvin Booker and sophomore Ka’Lial Glaud. Glaud was another standout linebacker who earned playing time as a true freshman. Adding depth to the group will be seniors Al-Ghaffaar Lane and Colin McEvoy. RETURNING DEFENSIVE BACKS 3 4 11 12 20 23 25 26 27 32 33 47

Darrell Givens David Rowe Logan Ryan Marcus Cooper Khaseem Greene Brandon Bing Brandon Jones Joe Lefeged Wayne Warren Duron Harmon Jawann Westerman Patrick Kivlehan

6-1 6-0 6-0 6-2 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-1 5-11 6-2

180 196 186 185 215 180 187 205 204 198 180 211

Fr.* Jr. Fr.* So.* So.* Sr. So.* Sr. So.* So. Jr.* Jr.

The defensive backfield will be led by senior Joe Lefeged who spent last season as a starter at strong safety. Lefeged had 44 tackles, 2.5 for loss and an interception. He also developed into a standout in the return game, taking a kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown against West Virginia. Also in the mix at safety are a trio of sophomores in Duron Harmon, Khaseem Greene and Wayne Warren, as well as junior Patrick Kivlehan. Harmon saw action in 12 games as a true freshman primarily on special teams, while Greene saw extensive action at safety, recording 33 tackles and a pair of interceptions. Greene also earned the Douglas A. Smith Award for his efforts as the most improved defensive player in the spring en route to being named to the Sporting News AllSpring Team. Kivlehan, who was coming off a solid true freshman season, suffered an injury which set him back in 2009. Redshirt freshman Darrell

GREENE Highly-touted redshirt freshman Logan Ryan will look to help bolster the cornerback rotation along with redshirt sophomore Marcus Cooper who spent his first two seasons as a wide receiver. The pair saw action during the spring and will continue to hone their skills as the 2010 season opens.

SPECIAL TEAMS

Rutgers returns both its starting punter and place kicker in Teddy Dellaganna and San San Te, however, the special teams unit maybe most impacted by the loss of its starting long snapper Andrew DePaola. Dellaganna punted 68 times for an average of 42.2 yards, including a season-long 60 yards. He also placed 26 punts inside the opponent’s 20 yard line. Te connected on 18-of-28 field goals and was a perfect 39-of-39 on extra points. RETURNING SPECIALISTS 1 2 63 85 93

San San Te Kyle Sullivan Clem Udovich Robert Jones Teddy Dellaganna

5-9 5-11 6-2 6-0 6-2

180 176 235 208 210

Jr.* Fr.* Sr.* Fr.* Sr.*

Providing depth on specials teams is backup placekicker Kyle Sullivan. Defensive lineman Clem Udovich and redshirt sophomore Robert Jones will compete for the vacated long snapper position.


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ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 51 67 78 63 74 57 42 16 44 23 56 55 46 88 89 97 17 12 18 93 95 43 19 53 59 62 77 61 91 99 3 2 13 20 32 41 81 9 72 39 10 84 25 85 41 86 95 47 22 98 49 76 90 30 26 52 91 80 64 50 75

Name Manny Abreu Hugh Ahern Taj Alexander Beau Bachety Howard Barbieri Sorie Bayoh Steve Beauharnais Tyler Bellia Sam Bergen Brandon Bing Marvin Booker Betim Bujari Michael Burton Malcolm Bush Paul Carrezola Andre Civil Brandon Coleman Marcus Cooper Jeremy Deering Teddy Dellaganna Nick DeLouisa Nick DePaola Chas Dodd Jim Dumont Joe Falato Chris Fonti Art Forst Rob Forst Justin Francis Jonathan Freeny Darrell Givens Gareef Glashen Ka’Lial Glaud Khaseem Greene Duron Harmon Rob Harrell Mark Harrison Aaron Hayward Isaac Holmes Jawan Jamison D.C. Jefferson Tejay Johnson Brandon Jones Robert Jones Robert Joseph James Kim Kenneth Kirksey Patrick Kivlehan Rashad Knight Evan Lampert Al-Ghaffaar Lane Mo Lange Michael Larrow Edmond Laryea Joe Lefeged Eric LeGrand Bryan Leoni Phil Lewis Nicholas Libonati Antonio Lowery Antwan Lowery

Pos. LB OL DL OL OL DE LB QB LB DB LB OL RB/LB TE TE DL WR DB WR P PK FB QB LB DL OL OL OL DL DE DB DB LB DB DB LS WR WR DL RB TE ATH DB LS FB LB/DE DL DB DB TE LB OL DL FB DB DT OL WR OL LB OL

Cl. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. 5th-Sr. 5th-Sr. So. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. So. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. 5th-Sr. Fr. So. Fr. 5th-Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. So. Fr. So. Jr. So. Fr. So. So. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. 5th-Sr. So. 5th-Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. Sr. So.

Elig. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. So. So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr.

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

Wt. 245 225 295 260 304 250 230 215 225 180 220 292 220 243 235 256 215 185 203 210 215 196 197 222 225 315 311 284 262 250 180 190 223 215 198 210 230 193 277 200 258 190 187 208 216 235 290 211 190 249 220 300 252 223 205 275 225 182 291 225 302

Hometown/High School (Previous School) Union City, N.J./Union Hill Maplewood, N.J./Hudson Catholic (The Peddie School) Downingtown, Pa./Downingtown East Babylon, N.Y./Babylon Leonardo, N.J./Middletown South Miami, Fla./Gulliver Prep Saddle Brook, N.J./St. Joseph’s New City, N.Y./Paramus Catholic (Wagner) East Stroudsburg, Pa./East Stroudsburg South Wyncote, Pa./Cheltenham Piscataway, N.J./Piscataway Secaucus, N.J./Secaucus Long Valley, N.J./West Morris Central Englewood, N.J./Hackensack Langhorne, Pa./Neshaminy Brooklyn, N.Y./Sheepshead Bay Accokeek, Md./Bishop McNamara Bloomfield, Conn./Bloomfield Tampa, Fla./Leto Templeton, Calif./Templeton (Bakersfield CC) Tewksbury, N.J./Immaculata Parkton, Md./Hereford Lyman, S.C./Byrnes Newtown, Pa./Council Rock North Lodi, N.J./Lodi Wayne, N.J./Wayne Hills Manasquan, N.J./Manasquan Manasquan, N.J./Manasquan Opa-Locka, Fla./Miramar Tampa, Fla./Coconut Creek Fort Washington, Md./Lackey Miami, Fla./Carol City Atco, N.J./Winslow Twp. Elizabeth, N.J./Elizabeth (Avon Farms) Magnolia, Del./Caesar Rodney Rancho Cucamonga, Calif./Rancho Cucamonga Stratford, Conn./Bunnell Carneys Point, N.J./Penns Grove Hoboken, N.J./Hoboken Starke, Fla./The Bolles School Winter Haven, Fla./Winter Haven Egg Harbor Twp., N.J./Egg Harbor Twp. Sicklerville, N.J./Winslow Twp. West Caldwell, N.J./James Caldwell Jamaica, N.Y./Brooklyn Poly Prep Kinnelon, N.J./Kinnelon Daytona Beach, Fla./Mainland West Nyack, N.Y./St. Joseph’s Jacksonville, Fla./Trinity Christian Academy Montvale, N.J./Pascack Hills East Orange, N.J./Paterson Catholic Hillsborough N.J./Hillsborough Union, N.J./Union Staten Island, N.Y./Tottenville Germantown, Md./Northwest Colonia, N.J./Colonia Flemington, N.J./Hunterdon Central Metuchen, N.J./Metuchen Howell, N.J./Howell Miami, Fla./Christopher Columbus Miami, Fla./Christopher Columbus


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ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 38 68 40 35 93 37 92 31 54 96 59 58 28 22 57 24 4 60 87 11 6 7 12 45 54 73 15 2 82 1 29 48 33 63 94 79 27 21 71 33 34 53 5 70 83 8

Name Joe Martinek Matt McBride Colin McEvoy Shane Meisner Djwany Mera Jamal Merrell Jamil Merrell David Milewski Justin Mills Charlie Noonan David Osei Fred Overstreet Quron Pratt Tyrone Putman Frank Quartucci Mason Robinson David Rowe Caleb Ruch Fabian Ruiz Logan Ryan Mohamed Sanu Tom Savage Steve Shimko Alex Silvestro Junior Solice Desmond Stapleton Keith Stroud Kyle Sullivan J.T. Tartacoff San San Te Jordan Thomas Marcus Thompson Casey Turner Clem Udovich Scott Vallone Jorge Vicioso Wayne Warren Lorenzo Waters Devon Watkis Jawann Westerman De’Antwan Williams Jamal Wilson Tim Wright Desmond Wynn Jawaun Wynn Kordell Young

HEAD COACH: ASSISTANTS:

Pos. RB OL LB LB DE WR DL LB LB DT OL LB WR RB OL WR DB OL DL DB WR QB QB DE DE OL WR PK ATH PK WR LB RB DL DT OL DB DB OL DB RB OL WR OL WR RB

Cl. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Fr. 5th-Sr. So. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. So. So. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. 5th-Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. 5th-Sr.

Elig. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. So. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. So. Fr. So. Jr. So. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Sr.

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Wt. 215 280 215 240 230 204 250 225 225 274 266 220 175 195 290 190 196 290 245 186 218 226 230 260 240 285 206 176 190 180 205 225 190 235 270 300 204 195 310 180 195 307 216 290 190 190

Greg Schiano Andrew Aurich (Defensive Assistant) Jay Butler (Associate AD/Head Strength and Conditioning Coach) Kirk Ciarrocca (Co-Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks) P.J. Fleck (Wide Receivers) Kyle Flood (Assistant Head Coach/Co-Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line) Bob Fraser (Co-Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers) Phil Galiano (Tight Ends) Todd Greineder (Chief of Staff/Assistant to the Head Coach) Chris Hewitt (Running Backs) Tem Lukabu (Outside Linebackers) Randy Melvin (Defensive Line) Ed Pinkham (Co-Defensive Coordinator/Secondary) Robb Smith (Special Teams Coordinator/Cornerbacks)

Hometown/High School (Previous School) Hopatcong, N.J./Hopatcong Hicksville, N.Y./Holy Trinity (Hofstra) Hillsdale, N.J./Pascack Valley Greensburg, Pa./Hempfield Area/Kiski Prep (Saltsburg, Pa.) Hollywood, Fla./South Broward Bear, Del./Hodgson Vo-Tech Bear, Del./Hodgson Vo-Tech Sayreville, N.J./Sayreville Sayreville, N.J./Paterson Catholic/Camden Military Acad. (S.C.) Philadelphia, Pa./St. Joseph's Prep Abington, Pa./Abington Tampa, Fla./Jefferson Palmyra, N.J./Palmyra Ft. Washington, Md./Gonzaga Hamilton, N.J./Hamilton West Somerville, N.J./Somerville Cocoa, Fla./Cocoa Quakertown, Pa./Quakertown Miami, Fla./Miami Sunset Berlin, N.J./Eastern South Brunswick, N.J./South Brunswick Springfield, Pa./Cardinal O’Hara Ewing, N.J./Ewing Gibbstown, N.J./Paulsboro Hackensack, N.J./Hackensack Union, N.J./Union Brooklyn, N.Y./Fort Hamilton (Fork Union) Hockessin, Del./St. Mark’s Skillman, N.J./Montgomery Conover, N.C./Hickory Endicott, N.Y./Union-Endicott Oakland Park, Fla./Boyd Anderson Jacksonville, Fla./Ed White Annandale, N.J./North Hunterdon Central Islip, N.Y./St. Anthony’s Passaic, N.J./Passaic Salisbury, Md./Wicomico Accokeek, Md./DeMatha Coram, N.Y./Longwood Brampton, Ontario/Notre Dame Woodbridge, Va./Woodbridge Brooklyn, N.Y./South Shore Wall Township, N.J./Wall Bear, Del./St. Mark's Piscataway, N.J./Piscataway West Deptford, N.J./West Deptford

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

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SCARLET KNIGHTS NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 1 2 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 33

Name San San Te Gareef Glashen Kyle Sullivan Darrell Givens David Rowe Tim Wright Mohamed Sanu Tom Savage Kordell Young Aaron Hayward D.C. Jefferson Logan Ryan Marcus Cooper Steve Shimko Ka’Lial Glaud Keith Stroud Tyler Bellia Brandon Coleman Jeremy Deering Chas Dodd Khaseem Greene Lorenzo Waters Rashad Knight Tyrone Putman Brandon Bing Mason Robinson Brandon Jones Joe Lefeged Wayne Warren Quron Pratt Jordan Thomas Edmond Laryea David Milewski Duron Harmon Casey Turner Jawann Westerman

Pos. PK DB PK DB DB WR WR QB RB WR TE DB DB QB LB WR QB WR WR QB DB DB DB RB DB WR DB DB DB WR WR FB LB DB RB DB

No. 34 35 37 38 39 40 41 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 53 54 54 55 56 57 57 58 59 59 60 61 62 63 63 64

Name De’Antwan Williams Shane Meisner Jamal Merrell Joe Martinek Jawan Jamison Colin McEvoy Rob Harrell Robert Joseph Steve Beauharnais Nick DePaola Sam Bergen Alex Silvestro Michael Burton Patrick Kivlehan Marcus Thompson Al-Ghaffaar Lane Antonio Lowery Manny Abreu Eric LeGrand Jamal Wilson Jim Dumont Junior Solice Justin Mills Betim Bujari Marvin Booker Frank Quartucci Sorie Bayoh Fred Overstreet David Osei Joe Falato Caleb Ruch Rob Forst Chris Fonti Beau Bachety Clem Udovich Nicholas Libonati

Pos. RB LB WR RB RB LB LS FB LB FB LB DE RB/LB DB LB LB LB LB DT OL LB DE LB OL LB OL DE LB OL DL OL OL OL OL DL OL

No. 67 68 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 91 92 93 93 94 95 95 96 97 98 99

Name Hugh Ahern Matt McBride Desmond Wynn Devon Watkis Isaac Holmes Desmond Stapleton Howard Barbieri Antwan Lowery Mo Lange Art Forst Taj Alexander Jorge Vicioso Phil Lewis Mark Harrison J.T. Tartacoff Jawaun Wynn Tejay Johnson Robert Jones James Kim Fabian Ruiz Malcolm Bush Paul Carrezola Michael Larrow Bryan Leoni Justin Francis Jamil Merrell Djwany Mera Teddy Dellaganna Scott Vallone Kenneth Kirksey Nick DeLouisa Charlie Noonan Andre Civil Evan Lampert Jonathan Freeny

PRESEASON DEPTH CHART Offense WR OT OG C OG OT TE WR QB FB RB

81 Mark Harrison (So., 6-3, 230) 73 Desmond Stapleton (R-Jr., 6-5, 285) 60 Caleb Ruch (R-Jr., 6-4, 290) 74 Howard Barbieri (Sr., 6-5, 304) 70 Desmond Wynn (R-Jr., 6-6, 290) 77 Art Forst (Jr., 6-8, 311) 10 D.C. Jefferson (R-So., 6-6, 258) 6 Mohamed Sanu (So., 6-2, 218) 7 Tom Savage (So., 6-5, 226) 30 Edmond Laryea (Sr., 6-1, 223) 38 Joe Martinek (R-So., 6-0, 215)

Defense DE DT DT DE

45 Alex Silvestro (Sr., 6-4, 260) 96 Charlie Noonan (Sr., 6-2, 274) 94 Scott Vallone (R-So., 6-3, 270) 99 Jonathan Freeny (Sr., 6-3, 250)

28 Quron Pratt (R-Fr., 6-0, 175) 71 Devon Watkis (R-So., 6-7, 310) 75 Antwan Lowery (R-Fr., 6-4, 302) 59 David Osei (R-Fr., 6-4, 266) 76 Mo Lange (Sr., 6-7, 300) 68 Matt McBride (R-Fr., 6-6, 280) 89 Paul Carrezola (R-Fr., 6-2, 235) 5 Tim Wright (R-So., 6-4, 216) 12 Steve Shimko (R-So., 6-5, 230) 43 Nick DePaola (R-Fr., 6-0, 196) 8 Kordell Young (Sr., 5-9, 190) 91 Justin Francis (Jr., 6-4, 262) 52 Eric LeGrand (Jr., 6-2, 275) 97 Andre Civil (R-Fr., 6-3, 256) 57 Sorie Bayoh (Sr., 6-3, 250)

LB LB LB CB SS FS CB

51 Manny Abreu (R-Jr., 6-3, 245) 42 Steve Beauharnais (So., 6-2, 230) 50 Antonio Lowery (Sr., 6-2, 225) 4 David Rowe (Jr., 6-0, 196) 26 Joe Lefeged (Sr., 6-1, 205) 20 Khaseem Greene (R-So., 6-1, 215) 23 Brandon Bing (Sr., 5-11, 180)

Pos. OL OL OL OL DL OL OL OL OL OL DL OL WR WR ATH WR ATH LS LB/DE DL TE TE DL OL DL DL DE P DT DL PK DT DL TE DE

56 Marvin Booker (R-So., 6-2, 220) 53 Jim Dumont (Sr., 6-1, 222) 13 Ka’Lial Glaud (So., 6-2, 223) 25 Brandon Jones (R-So., 6-1, 187) 32 Duron Harmon (So., 6-1, 198) 47 Patrick Kivlehan (Jr., 6-2, 211) 11 Logan Ryan (R-Fr., 6-0, 186)

Specialists P PK PR KR

93 Teddy Dellaganna (Sr., 6-2, 210) 1 San San Te (R-Jr., 5-9, 180) 6 Mohamed Sanu (So., 6-2, 218) 26 Joe Lefeged (Sr., 6-1, 205) 6 Mohamed Sanu (So., 6-2, 218) H 93 Teddy Dellaganna (Sr., 6-2, 210) SN 89 Paul Carrezola (R-Fr., 6-2, 235)

2 Kyle Sullivan (R-Fr., 5-11, 176) 24 Mason Robinson (R-Jr., 5-10, 190) 23 Brandon Bing (Sr., 5-11, 180) 81 Mark Harrison (So., 6-3, 230) 85 Robert Jones (R-Fr., 6-0, 208)


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Head Coach: Pete Adrian (West Virginia 1970); Career Record: 64-65-1 in 12 seasons; Record at Norfolk State: 28-28 in five seasons; Career vs. Rutgers: 0-1; Office Phone: (757) 823-8824; Assistant Coaches, Position: Rod Holder, Asst. Head Coach/Offensive Line/Special Teams; Kirk Mastromatteo, Offensive Coordinator/Running Backs; Mark DeBastiani, Defensive Coordinator/Outside Linebackers; Marco Butler, Defensive Backs/Special Teams; Mark Thurston, Defensive Line; Steve Canter, Quarterbacks; Vince Sinagra, Inside Linebackers Games: One; All-Time Record: Rutgers leads 1-0; Last Meeting: Rutgers won 59-0 in 2007; Win Streak: Rutgers, one game; At Rutgers: RU leads 1-0

Games: One; All-Time Record: Rutgers leads 1-0; Last Meeting: Rutgers won 23-15 in 2009; Win Streak: Rutgers, one game; At Rutgers: RU leads 1-0

Football SID: Ivan Irizarry; Office Phone: (305) 348-6666; Cell Phone; (787)2483061; SID Fax: (305) 348-2963; E-mail: iiriz001@fiu.edu; Press Box Phone: (305) 348-5060; SID Mailing Address: FIU- Modesto Maidique Campus, U.S. Century Bank Arena, Room 211, Miami, FL 33199; Website: www.FIUSports.com.

2009 Results (8-5, 4-4 ACC) 9/5 The Citadel 9/12 at Conneticut 9/19 East Carolina 9/26 at Georgia Tech 10/3 Virginia 10/10 Georgia Southern 10/22 Florida State 10/29 at Virginia Tech 11/7 Duke 11/14 Miami 11/21 at Boston College 11/28 at NC State 12/26 vs. Pittsburgh

2009 Record: 8-5 2009 Atlantic Coast Record: 4-4 Final 2009 Ranking: None Basic Offense: Multiple Basic Defense: Multiple Lettermen returning: 39 (21 off., 15 def., 3 spec.) Lettermen lost: 11 (3 off.,8 def., 0 spec.) Starters returning: 19 (10 off., 9 def.) Starters lost: 3 (1 off., 2 def.)

TEAM INFORMATION

Head Coach: Mario Cristrobal (Miami, Fla./1993); Career Record: 9-27 in three seasons; Record at FIU: Same; Carrer vs. Rutgers: 0-1; Office Phone: (305) 348-1496; Assistant Coaches, Position: Scott Satterfield, Offensive Coordinator; Geoff Collins, Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers; Apollo Wright, Running Backs/Special Teams Coordinator; Alex Mirabal, Offensive Line; Cedric Calhoun, Defensive Line; Greg Laffere, Tight Ends; Frank Ponce, Wide Receivers; Jeff Popovich, Defensive Backs; Juan Navarro, Defensive Assistant; Roderick Moore, Strength and Conditioning

NORTH CAROLINA TIME: TBA

Location: Chapel Hill, N.C.; Enrollment: 17,895; Chancellor: Holden Thorp; Athletic Director: Dick Baddour; Nickname: Tar Heels; Colors: Carolina Blue and White; Affiliation: NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision; Conference: Atlantic Coast; Stadium: Kenan Stadium; Capacity: 60,000; Playing Surface: Natural Grass.

Head Coach: Butch Davis; Career Record: 71-38 in nine seasons; Record at North Carolina: 20-18 in three seasons; Career vs. Rutgers: 7-0; Office Phone: (919) 966-2575; Assistant Coaches, Position: John Blake, Associate Head Coach/Recruiting Coord./Defensive Line; Ken Browning, Running Backs; Jeff Connors, Asst. A.D./S&C; Troy Douglas, Defensive Backs; Art Koufman, Linebackers; Allen Magridge, Tight Ends; Sam Pittman, Offensive Line; John Shoop, Offensive Coord./Quarterbacks; Charlie Williams, Wide Receivers; Everett Withers, Defensive Coord./Secondary Games: Four; All-Time Record: Rutgers leads 3-1; Last Meeting: North Carolina won 44-12 in 2008; Win Streak: UNC, one game; At Rutgers: RU leads 2-1; At North Carolina: RU leads 1-0

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DATE: SEPTEMBER 25, 2010 RUTGERS STADIUM (PISCATAWAY, N.J.)

TULANE TIME: TBA

Location: New Orleans, La.; Enrollment: 11,157; President: Dr. Scott Cowen; Athletic Director: Rick Dickson; Nickname: Green Wave; Colors: Olive Green and Sky Blue; Affiliation: NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision; Conference: Conference USA; Stadium: Louisiana Superdome Capacity: 69,703; Playing Surface: Momentum by SportExe (Artificial).

Head Coach: Bob Toledo (San Francisco State 1978); Career Record: 87-95 in 16 seasons; Record at Tulane: 9-27 in three seasons; Career vs. Rutgers: First meeting; Office Phone: (504) 865-5355; Assistant Coaches, Position: Dan Dodd, Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks; Steve Stanard, Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Line; Greg Davis Jr., Running Back; Mark Hutson, Offensive Line; Tom Hayes, Secondary & Nickel; Doug Lichtenberger, Tight End; Jason Rollins, Cornerbacks; Thomas Woods, Wide Receivers; Doug Colman , Linebackers; David Fox, Director of Operations Games: Four; All-Time Record: Rutgers leads 3-1; Last Meeting: Tulane won 52-24 in 1998; Win Streak: Tulane, one game; At Rutgers: series tied 1-1; At Tulane: Rutgers leads 2-0

TEAM INFORMATION

DATE: OCTOBER 2, 2010 RUTGERS STADIUM (PISCATAWAY, N.J.)

Football SID: Matt Michalec; Office Phone: (757) 823-2628; Cell Phone: (757) 5921245 ; SID Fax: (757) 823-8218; E-mail: mmichalec@nsu.edu: Press Box Phone: (757) 823-2628; SID Mailing Address: NSU Office of Sports Information, 700 Park Ave., Norfolk, VA 23504 ; Website: www.nsuspartans.com

2009 Record: 3-9 2009 Sun Belt Record: 3-4 Final 2009 Ranking: N/A Basic Offense: Multiple Basic Defense: Multiple Lettermen Returning: 42 (19 off., 20 def., 3 spec.) Lettermen Lost: 23 (12 off., 10 def., 3 spec.) Starters Returning: 20 (13 off., 6 def., 1 spec.) Starters Lost: 14 (5 off., 8 def., 1 spec.)

TIME: 8:00 PM (SNY)

Location: Miami, Fla.; Enrollment: 38,000; President: Dr. Mark B. Rosenberg; Athletic Director: Pete Garcia; Nickname: Panthers; Colors: Blue and Gold; Affiliation: NCAA Football Championship Subdivision; Conference: Sun Belt; Stadium: FIU Stadium; Capacity: 18,000; Playing Surface:. AstroPlay

2009 Record: 7-4 2009 MEAC Record: 5-3 Final 2009 Ranking: None Basic Offense: Multiple Basic Defense: 3-4 Lettermen returning: 45 (21 off., 22 def., 2 spec.) Lettermen lost: 16 (5 off., 9 def., 2 spec.) Starters returning: 14 (7 off., 7 def.) Starters lost: 11 (3 off., 6 def., 2 spec.)

2009 Results (3-9, 3-4 Sun Belt) L, 14-40 9/12 at Alabama 9/19 at Rutgers L, 15-23 9/26 Toledo L, 31-41 L, 35-38 10/3 at ULM 10/10 at WKU W, 37-20 10/17 Troy L, 33-42 L, 10-27 10/24 at Akansas 10/31 Lousiana-Lafayette W, 20-17(ot) 11/7 at Middle Tenn. L, 21-48 W, 35-28 11/14 North Texas 11/21 at Florida L, 21-28

FIU DATE: SEPTEMBER 11, 2010 FIU STADIUM (MIAMI, Fla.)

2009 Results (7-4, 5-3 MEAC) Virginia State W, 28-7 9/5 9/12 at North Carolina L, 13-17 L, 15-27 9/19 William & Mary W, 40-14 9/26 Bethune-Cookman 10/10 South Carolina State L, 10-37 10/17 Hampton W, 46-6 L, 20-34 10/24 at Florida A & M 10/31 Howard W, 41-6 11/7 at Morgan State W, 31-23 W, 21-16 11/14 at Delaware State 11/21 Winston-Salem State W, 28-21

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Location: Norfolk, Va.; Enrollment: 7,000; Acting President: Dr. Kim Luckes; Athletic Director: Marty L. Miller ; Nickname: Spartans; Colors: Green and Gold; Affiliation: NCAA Football Championship Subdivision; Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC); Stadium: William “Dick” Price Stadium; Capacity: 30,000; Playing Surface: Natural Grass.

TEAM INFORMATION

TIME: 7:30 PM (ESPN3)

TEAM INFORMATION

DATE: SEPTEMBER 2, 2010 RUTGERS STADIUM (PISCATAWAY, N.J.)

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W, 40-6 W, 12-10 W, 31-17 L, 7-24 L, 3-16 W, 42-12 L, 27-30 W, 20-17 W, 19-6 W, 33-24 W, 31-13 L, 27-28 L, 16-17

Football SID: Kevin Best; Office Phone: (919)-962-8916; Cell Phone: (919) 6197020; SID Fax: (919) 684-2489; E-mail: kevinbest@unc.edu; Press Box Phone: (919) 962-2123; SID Mailing Address: UNC Athletic Department, P.O. Box 2126, Chapel Hill, NC 27514; Website: www.TarHeelBlue.com

2009 Results (3-9, 1-7 C-USA) 9/4 Tulsa L, 13-37 9/12 BYU L, 3-54 9/26 McNeese State W, 42-32 10/3 at Army W, 17-16 10/10 Marshall L, 10-31 10/17 Houston L, 16-44 10/24 at Southern Miss L, 6-43 10/31 at LSU L, 0-42 11/7 UTEP W, 45-38 (ot) 11/14 at Rice L, 20-28 11/21 at UCF L, 0-49 11/29 at SMU L, 21-26

2009 Record: 3-9 2009 Conference-USA Record: 1-7 Final 2009 Ranking: None Basic Offense: Multiple Basic Defense: Multiple Lettermen returning: 48 (29 off., 18 def., 1 spec.) Lettermen lost: 20 (7 off., 12 def., 1 spec.) Starters returning: 12 (7 off., 4 def., 1 spec.) Starters lost: 12 (4 off., 7 def., 1 spec.)

Football SID: Roger Dunaway; Office Phone: (504) 862-8240; Cell Phone: (504) 4522906; SID Fax: (504) 865-5379; E-mail: roger@tulane.edu; Press Box Phone: (504) 558-5437; SID Mailing Address: Tulane Athletics, James W. Wilson Center, Ben Weiner Drive, New Orleans, LA 70118; Website: www.TulaneGreenWave.com


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CONNECTICUT Location: Storrs, Conn.; Enrollment: 29,517; President: Dr. Michael J. Hogan; Athletic Director: Jeffrey A. Hathaway; Nicknames: Huskies, UConn; Colors: Nat’l Flag Blue and White; Affiliation: NCAA Football Championship Subdivision; Conference: BIG EAST; Stadium: Rentschler Field; Capacity: 40,000; Playing Surface: Natural Grass

Head Coach: Randy Edsall (Syracuse, 1980); Career Record: 66-65 in 11 seasons; Record at Connecticut: Same; Career vs. Rutgers: 4-4; Office Phone: (860) 486-2718; Assistant Coaches, Position: Joe Moorhead, Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks; Hank Hughes, Asst. Head Coach for Defense/Defensive Line; Todd Orlando, Defensive Coordinator, Inside Linebackers; Matt Cersosimo, Recruiting Coord./Wide Receivers; Mike Foley, Offensive Line; Lyndon Johnson, Special Teams Coord./Outside Linebackers; Terry Richardson, Running Backs; Darrell Perkins, Defensive Backs; Jonathan Wholley, Tight Ends Games: 29; All-TIme Record: Rutgers leads 20-9; Last Meeting: Rutgers won 28-24 in 2009; Win Streak: Rutgers. two games; At Rutgers: RU leads 14-3; At Connecticut: Tied 6-6

TEAM INFORMATION

TIME: 7:30 P.M. (ESPN)

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DATE: OCTOBER 8, 2010 RUTGERS STADIUM (PISCATAWAY, N.J.)

ARMY

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Head Coach: Dave Wannstedt (Pittsburgh, 1974) Career Record: 35-26 in 6 seasons; Record at Pittsburgh: Same; Career vs. Rutgers: 1-4; Office Phone: (412) 648-8700; Assistant Coaches, Position: Greg Gattuso, Asst. Head Coach/Defensive Line; Frank Cignetti, Offensive Coord./Quarterbacks; Phil Bennett, Defensive Coord.; Brian Angelichio, Tight Ends; Bernard Clark Jr., Linebackers; Jeff Hafley, Secondary; Scott Turner, Wide Receivers; David Walker, Running Backs; Tony Wise, Offensive Line

Games: 27; All-Time Record: Pittsburgh leads 20-7; Last Meeting: Pitt won 24-17 in 2009; Win Streak: Pittsburgh, one game; At Rutgers: Pitt leads 9-4; At Pittsburgh: Pitt leads 10-3; Neutral Site: Pitt leads 1-0

2009 Record: 10-3 2009 BIG EAST Record: 5-2 Final 2009 Ranking: 15th Basic Offense: Pro Style Basic Defense: 4-3 Lettermen returning: 50 (22 off., 24 def., 4 spec.) Lettermen lost: 22 (11 off., 10 def., 1 spec.) Starters returning: 13 (5 off., 6 def., 2 spec.) Starters lost: 11 (6 off., 5 def., 0 spec.)

Football SID: E.J. Borghetti; Office Phone: (412) 648-8240; SID Fax: (412) 648-8248 E-mail: eborghetti@athletics.pitt.edu; Press Box Phone: (412) 697-7198; SID Mailing Address: Petersen Events Center, 3719 Terrance St., Suite 2087, Pittsburgh, PA, 15261; Website: www.PittsburghPanthers.com

2009 Results (8-5, 3-4 BIG EAST) 9/5 Wofford W, 40-7 9/12 at Western Kentucky W, 35-13 9/19 Charleston Southern W, 59-0 9/26 at Florida State W, 17-7 10/3 at Syracuse W, 34-20 10/15 Cincinnati L, 34-17 10/24 at Pittsburgh L, 41-14 10/30 West Virginia W, 30-19 11/12 at Rutgers L, 31-0 11/21 Louisville W, 34-22 11/28 Miami L, 31-10 12/5 at UConn L, 29-27 1/2 vs. Northern Illinois W, 27-3

2009 Record: 8-5 2009 BIG EAST Record: 3-4 Final 2009 Ranking: None Basic Offense: Spread Basic Defense: 4-3 Lettermen returning: 55 (30 off., 21 def., 4 spec.) Lettermen lost: 23 (13 off., 9 def., 1 spec.) Starters returning: 18 (5 off., 9 def., 4 spec.) Starters lost: 9 (6 off., 2 def., 1 spec.)

SOUTH FLORIDA DATE: NOVEMBER 3, 2010 RAYMOND JAMES STADIUM (TAMPA, Fla.)

TIME: 7:00 PM (ESPN 2)

Location: Tampa, Fla.; Enrollment: 46, 174; President: Dr. Judy Genshaft; Athletic Director: Doug Woolard; Nickname: Bulls; Colors: Green and Gold; Affiliation: NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision; Conference: BIG EAST; Stadium: Raymond James Stadium; Capacity: 65,857; Playing Surface: Tiftway Bermuda 419.

Head Coach: Skip Holtz (Notre Dame, 1986); Career Record: 75-50 in 10 seasons; Record at USF: First season; Career vs. Rutgers: First meeting; Office Phone: (813) 974-7171; Assistant Coaches, Position: Rick Smith, Asst. Head Coach/Defensive Backs; Mark Snyder, Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers; Vernon Hargreaves, Special Teams Coordinator/Defensive Ends; Todd Fitch, Offensive Coordinator/Running Backs; Phil McGeoghan, Wide Receivers; Kevin Patrick, Defensive Tackles; Larry Scott, Tight Ends; Steve Shankweiler, Offensive Line; Peter Vaas, Quarterbacks Games: Five; All-Time Record: Rutgers leads, 4-1; Last Meeting: Rutgers won 31-0 in 2009; Win Streak: Rutgers, four games ; At Rutgers: RU leads 2-1 ; At South Florida: RU leads 2-0

2009 Record: 5-7 2009 Conference Record: N/A Final 2009 Ranking: None Basic Offense: Spread/Triple Option Basic Defense: Double-Eagle Flex Lettermen returning: 49 (20 off., 25 def., 4 spec.) Lettermen lost: 22 (11 off., 11 def., 0 spec.) Starters returning: 20 (8 off., 8 def., 4 spec.) Starters lost: 6 (3 off., 3 def., 0 spec.)

2009 Results (10-3, 5-2 BIG EAST) 9/5 Youngstown W, 38-3 9/12 at Buffalo W, 54-27 9/19 Navy W, 27-14 9/26 at NC State L, 31-38 10/2 at Louisville W, 35-10 10/10 Conneticut W, 24-21 10/16 at Rutgers W, 24-17 10/24 USF W, 41-14 11/7 Syracuse W, 37-10 11/14 Notre Dame W, 27-22 11/27 at West Virginia L, 16-19 12/5 Cincinnati L, 44-45 12/26 vs. North Carolina W, 19-17

TIME: TBA

Location: Pittsburgh, Pa.; Enrollment: 28,328; Chancellor: Mark A. Nordenberg; Athletic Director: Steve Pederson; Nickname: Panthers; Colors: Blue and Gold; Affiliation: NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision; Conference: BIG EAST; Stadium: Heinz Stadium; Capacity: 65,050; Playing Surface: Grass.

2009 Results (5-7) at Eastern Michigan W, 27-14 9/5 9/12 Duke L, 19-35 W, 24-17 9/19 Ball State 9/26 at Iowa State L, 10-31 10/3 Tulane L, 16-17 W, 16-13 (ot) 10/10 Vanderbilt 10/17 at Temple L, 13-27 L, 10-27 10/23 Rutgers 11/7 at Air Force L, 7-35 11/14 VMI W, 22-17 W, 17-13 11/21 at North Texas 12/12 at Navy L, 3-17

Football SID: Bob Beretta; Office Phone: (845) 938-3303; Cell Phone: (914) 4905034; SID Fax: (845) 466-2556; E-mail: robertberetta@usma.edu; Press Box Phone: (845) 9383377; SID Mailing Address: 639 Howard Road, West Point, NY 10996; Website: www.GoArmySports.com

PITTSBURGH DATE: OCTOBER 23, 2010 HEINZ STADIUM (PITTSBURGH, Pa.)

Football SID: Mike Enright; Office Phone: (860) 486-3531; Cell Phone: (860) 2084756; SID Fax: (860) 486-5085; E-mail: mike.enright@uconn.edu; Press Box: (860) 610-4778; SID Mailing Address: Unit 3078, 2095 Hillside Road, Storrs, CT 062693078; Website: www.uconnhuskies.com

TEAM INFORMATION

Head Coach: Rich Ellerson (Hawai’i, 1977); Career Record: 65-48 in 10 seasons; Record at Army: 5-7 in one season; Career vs. Rutgers: 0-1; Office Phone: (845) 938-6266; Assistant Coaches, Position: Payam Saadat, Co-Defensive Coord./Linbackers; Chris Smeland, Co-Defensive Coord./Safeties; Ian Shields, Offensive Coord./Quarterbacks; Tony Coaxum, Cornerbacks; Tucker Waugh, Running Backs/Recruiting Coord.; Andy Guyader, Wide Receivers; John Mumford, Defensive Ends; Bill Tripp, Offensive Tackles; Gene Mckeehan, Offensive Guards/Centers; Capt. Clarence Holmes, Defensive Tackles. Games: 36; All-Time Record: Tied 18-18; Last Meeting: Rutgers won 27-10 in 2009; Win Streak: Rutgers, six games; At Rutgers: RU leads 10-5; At Army: Army leads 13-8

2009 Record: 8-5 2009 BIG EAST Record: 3-4 Final 2009 Ranking: None Basic Offense: Multiple Basic Defense: 4-3 Lettermen returning: 39 ( off., def., spec.) Lettermen lost: 17 ( off., def., spec.) Starters returning: 17 ( off., def., spec.) Starters lost: 7 ( off., def., spec.)

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Location: West Point, N.Y.; Enrollment: 4,400; Superintendent: Lt. Gen. Franklin L. Hagenback; Athletic Director: Kevin Anderson; Nicknames: Black Knights, Cadets; Colors: Black, Gold, and Gray; Affiliation: NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision; Conference: Independent; Stadium: Michie Stadium; Capacity: 40,000; Playing Surface: AstroPlay.

TEAM INFORMATION

TIME: TBA

2009 Results (8-5, 3-4 BIG EAST) at Ohio W, 23-16 9/5 9/12 North Carolina L, 10-12 at Baylor W, 30-22 9/19 at Texas College W, 28-13 9/20 9/26 Rhode Island W, 52-10 L, 21-24 10/10 at Pittsburgh 10/17 Louisville W, 38-25 L, 24-28 10/24 at West Virginia 10/31 Rutgers L, 24-28 W, 33-30 11/21 at Cincinnati 11/21 at Notre Dame L, 7-33 W, 56-31 11/28 Syracuse 12/5 South Florida W, 29-27 vs. South Carolina W, 20-7 1/2

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DATE: OCTOBER 16, 2010 NEW MEADOWLANDS STADIUM (EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J.)

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Football SID: Chris Freet ; Office Phone: ((813) 974-4086 ; Cell Phone: (813) 6256075 ; SID Fax: (813) 974- 5328 ; E-mail: cfreet@admin.usf.edu; Press Box: (813) 350-6225; SID Mailing Address: USF Athletic Communications 4202 E. Fowler Ave. ATH 100 Tampa, FL 33620; Website: www.GoUSFBulls.com


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SYRACUSE

Head Coach: Doug Marrone; Career Record: 4-8 in one season; Record at Syracuse: 4-8 in one season; Career vs. Rutgers: 1-0; Office Phone: (315)443-4817; Assistant Coaches, Position: Bob Casullo, Asst. Head Coach/Special Teams Coord./Tight Ends; Scott Shafer, Defensive Coord.; John Anselmo, Secondary; Tyrone Wheatley, Running Backs; Greg Adkins, Offensive Line/Recruiting Coordinator; Jimmy Brumbaugh, Defensive Line; Dan Conley, Linebackers; Rob Moore, Wide Receivers; Nathaniel Hackett, Quarterbacks/Passing Game

Games: 40; All-Time Record: Syracuse leads 29-10-1; Last Meeting: Syracuse won 31-13 in 2009; Win Streak: Syracuse, one game; At Rutgers: SU leads 12-5; At Syracuse: SU 15-51; Neutral Site: SU leads 2-0

2009 Results (12-1, 7-0 BIG EAST) at Rutgers W, 47-15 9/7 9/12 SEMO W, 70-3 9/19 at Oregon State W, 28-18 9/26 Fresno State W, 28-20 10/3 at Miami (OH) W, 37-13 10/15 at USF W, 34-17 10/24 Louisville W, 41-10 10/31 at Syracuse W, 28-7 11/7 Conneticut W, 47-45 11/13 West Virginia W, 24-21 11/27 Illinois W, 49-36 at Pittsburgh W, 45-44 12/5 1/1 vs. Florida L, 24-51

Head Coach: Butch Jones; Career Record: 27-13 in three seasons; Record at Cincinnati: First Season; Career vs. Rutgers: First Meeting; Office Phone: (513) 556-5986; Assistant Coaches, Position: Kerry Coombs, Assoc. Head Coach/DB; Steve Stripling, Asst. Head Coach/DL; Tim Banks, Co-Defensive Coordinator/ DB; John Jancek, Co-Defensive Coordinator/LB; Mike Bajakian, Offensive Coordinator/QB; Mark Elder, Tight Ends/Recruiting Coordinator; Don Mahoney, Assistant Coach Offensive Line; T.J. Weist, Assistant Coach Wide Receiver; Jahmile Addae, Running Backs. Games: 15; All-Time Record: Series stands at 7-7-1; Last Meeting: Cincinnati won 47-15 in 2009; Win Streak: Cincinnati, four games; At Rutgers: RU leads 6-2; At Cincinnati: UC leads 5-1-1

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Location: Cincinnati, OH.; Enrollment: 39,667; President: Dr. Gregory Williams; Athletic Director: Mike Thomas; Nickname: Bearcats; Colors: Red and Black; Affiliation: NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision; Conference: BIG EAST; Stadium: Nippert Stadium; Capacity: 35,000 Playing Surface: FieldTurf

LOUISVILLE

Head Coach: Charlie Strong (Central Arkansas, 1983); Career Record: 0-1; Record at Louisville: First Year; Career vs. Rutgers: First Meeting; Assistant Coaches, Position: Mike Sanford, Offensive Coordinator/TE; Kenny Carter, Running Backs; Mike Groh, Quarterbacks; Dave Borbely, Offensive Line; Ron Dugans, Wide Receivers; Vance Bedford, Defensive Coordinator; Clint Hurtt, Defensive Line; Larry Slade, Cornerbacks; Brian Jean-Mary, Linebackers Games: Nine; All-Time Record: Rutgers leads 7-2; Last Meeting: Rutgers won 34-14 in 2009; Win Streak: Rutgers, two games; At Rutgers: RU leads 4-0; At Louisville: RU leads 3-2.

2009 Record: 4-8 2009 BIG EAST Record: 1-6 Final 2009 Ranking: None Basic Offense: Multiple Basic Defense: 4-3 Lettermen returning: 46 (22 off., 22 def., 2 spec.) Lettermen lost: 20 (6 off., 12 def., 2 spec.) Starters returning: 15 (6 off., 9 def.) Starters lost: 12 (4 off., 8 def.)

2009 Results (9-4, 5-2 BIG EAST) 9/5 Liberty W, 33-20 9/12 East Carolina W, 35-20 9/19 at Auburn L, 30-41 10/1 Colorado W, 35-24 10/10 at Syracuse W, 34-13 10/17 Marshall W, 24-7 10/24 Conneticut W, 28-24 10/30 at USF L, 19-30 11/7 Louisville W, 17-9 11/13 at Cincinnati L, 21-24 11/27 Pittsburgh W, 19-16 12/5 at Rutgers W, 24-21 1/1 vvs. Florida State L, 21-33

DATE: DECEMBER 4, 2010 TIME: TBA (ABC/ESPN/ESPN2) MOUNTAINEER FIELD AT MILEN PUSKAR STADIUM (MORGANTOWN, W.Va.)

Head Coach: Bill Stewart (Fairmont State, 1975); Career Record: 27-33 in five seasons; Record at West Virginia: 19-8 in two seasons; Career vs. Rutgers: 2-0; Office Phone: (304) 293-3010; Assistant Coaches, Position: Steve Dunlap, Asst. Head Coach/Safeties/Defensive Special Teams Jeff Mullen, Offensive Coord./QB; Chris Beatty, Running Backs/Slot Receivers/Director of Recruiting; David Johnson, Offensive Line; Jeff Casteel, Defensive Coord./Linebackers; Bill Kirelawich, Defensive Line; David Lockwood, Cornerbacks; Lonnie Galloway, Wide Receivers; David McMichael, Tight Ends/Offensive Special Teams. Games: 37; All-Time Record: West Virginia leads 31-6 ; Last Meeting: West Virginia won 24-21 in 2009; Win Streak: West Virginia, 15 games; At Rutgers: WVU leads 14-4-2; At West Virginia: WVU leads 16-0; Neutral Site: WVU leads 1-0

2009 Results (4-8, 1-6 BIG EAST) 9/5 Indiana State W, 30-10 9/19 at Kentucky L, 27-31 9/26 at Utah L, 14-30 10/2 Pittsburgh L, 10-35 10/10 Southern Miss W, 25-23 10/17 at Conneticut L, 25-38 10/24 at Cincinnati L, 10-41 10/31 Arkansas State W, 21-13 11/7 at West Virginia L, 9-17 11/14 Syracuse W, 10-9 11/21 at South Florida L, 22-34 11/27 Rutgers L, 14-34

Football SID: Rocco Gasparro; Office Phone: (502) 852-6581; Cell Phone: (502) 2622258; SID Fax: (502) 852-7401; E-mail: rocco.gasparro@louisville.edu; Press Box Phone: (502) 852-6793; SID Mailing Address: 2100 S. Floyd Street, Louisville, KY 40208; Website: www.UofLSports.com.

WEST VIRGINIA Location: Morgantown, W.Va.; Enrollment: 28,839; President: Dr. James P. Clements; Athletic Director: Oliver Luck; Nickname: Mountaineers; Colors: Gold and Blue; Affiliation: NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision; Conference: BIG EAST; Stadium: Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium; Capacity: 60,000; Playing Surface: FieldTurf.

Football SID: Ryan Koslen; Office Phone: (513)556-5191; Cell Phone: (513)497-3132; SID Fax: (513)556-0619; E-mail: ryan.koslen@uc.edu; Press Box Phone: (513) 556-1010; SID Mailing Address: Richard E. Lindner Center, Suite 860, 2751 O’ Varsity Way, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH 45221; Website: www.GoBEARCATS.com.

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Location: Louisville, KY.; Enrollment: 24,000; President: Dr. James Ramsey; Athletic Director: Tom Jurich; Nickname: Cardinals; Colors: Red and Black; Affiliation: NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision; Conference: BIG EAST; Stadium: Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium; Capacity: 56,000; Playing Surface: Field Turf.

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2009 Record: 12-1 2009 BIG EAST Record: 7-0 Final 2009 Ranking: Eighth Basic Offense: Spread Basic Defense: Multiple Lettermen returning: 41 ( 19 off., 20 def., 2 spec.) Lettermen lost: 17 (7 off., 9 def., 1 spec.) Starters returning: 16 (8 off., 6 def., 2 spec) Starters lost: 9 (3 off., 5 def., 1 spec)

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DATE: NOVEMBER 26, 2010 RUTGERS STADIUM (PISCATAWAY, N.J.)

2009 Record: 4-8 2009 BIG EAST Record: 1-6 Final 2009 Ranking: None Basic Offense: Multiple Basic Defense: Multiple Lettermen returning: 39 (14 off., 22 def., 3 spec.) Lettermen lost: 18 (13 off., 5 def., 0 spec.) Starters returning: 13 (5 off., 6 def., 0 spec) Starters lost: 9 (7 off., 2 def., 0 spec)

Football SID: Sue Cornelius Edson; Cell Phone: (315) 952-4787; Office Phone: (315) 443-2608; SID Fax: (315) 443-2076; E-mail: sedson@syr.edu; Press Box Phone: (315) 443-4241; SID Mailing Address: Manley Field House, 1301 Colvin Street, Syracuse, NY 13244-5020; Website: www.suathletics.com.

CINCINNATI DATE: NOVEMBER 20, 2010 NIPPERT STADIUM (CINCINNATI, OHIO)

2009 Results (4-8, 1-6 BIG EAST) 9/5 Minnesota L, 20-23 (ot) 9/12 at Penn State L, 7-28 W, 37-34 9/19 Northwestern 9/26 Maine W, 41-24 L, 20-34 10/3 Soth Florida 10/10 West Virginia L, 13-34 10/24 Akron W, 28-14 L, 7-28 10/31 Cincinnati 11/7 at Pittsburgh L, 10-37 L, 9-10 11/14 at Lousiville W, 31-13 11/21 Rutgers 11/28 at Conneticut L, 31-56

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Location: Syracuse, N.Y.; Enrollment: 12,440; President: Dr. Nancy Cantor; Athletic Director: Dr. Daryl Gross; Nickname: Orange; Colors: Orange; Affiliation: NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision; Conference: BIG EAST; Stadium: Carrier Dome; Capacity: 49,262; Playing Surface: FieldTurf

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DATE: NOVEMBER 13, 2010 RUTGERS STADIUM (PISCATAWAY, N.J.)

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2009 Record: 9-4 2009 BIG EAST Record: 5-2 Final 2009 Ranking: 25th Basic Offense: Spread Option Basic Defense: 3-3-5 stack Lettermen returning: 34 (13 off., 15 def., 6 spec.) Lettermen lost: 21 (11 off., 8 def., 2 spec.) Starters returning: 24 (9 off., 9 def., 6 spec.) Starters lost: 8 (4 off., 2 def., 2 spec.)

Football SID: Mike Montoro; Office Phone: (304) 293-2821; Cell Phone: (304) 2762605; SID Fax: (304) 293-4105; E-mail: mike.montoro@mail.wvu.edu; Press Box Phone: (304) 293-3799; SID Mailing Address: 107 Coliseum-3450 Monongahelia BLVD, Morgantown, WV 26506; Website: www.MSNsportsNET.com.


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BIG EAST COMPOSITE SCHEDULE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 Norfolk State at Rutgers (7:30 p.m., ESPN3.com) Pittsburgh at Utah

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23 RUTGERS at PITTSBURGH CONNECTICUT at LOUISVILLE SYRACUSE at WEST VIRGINIA

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 Stony Brook at USF Kentucky at Louisville (3:30 p.m., ABC) Connecticut at Michigan (3:30 p.m., ABC) Coastal Carolina at West Virginia Syracuse at Akron (6:00 pm, ESPN3.com) Cincinnati at Fresno State (10:00 p.m., ESPN 2)

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29 WEST VIRGINIA at CONNECTICUT (8:00 p.m. ESPN2) SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30 LOUISVILLE at PITTSBURGH SYRACUSE at CINCINNATI

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 West Virginia at Marshall (7:oo p.m., ESPN)

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3 RUTGERS at USF (7:00 p.m. ESPN2)

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 Texas Southern at Connecticut Syracuse at Washington USF at Florida Indiana State at Cincinatti New Hampshire at Pittsburgh (1:00 p.m. ESPN3.com) Eastern Kentucky at Louisville Rutgers at FIU

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6 LOUISVILLE at SYRACUSE

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 Cincinnati at North Carolina State (7:30 p.m. ESPN) SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 Connecticut at Temple Louisville at Oregon State Maryland at West Virginia (12:00 p.m. ESPNU) Maine at Syracuse THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 Miami FL at Pittsburgh (7:30 P.M. ESPN) SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 Oklahoma at Cincinnati Western Kentucky at USF North Carolina at Rutgers Buffalo at Connecticut West Virginia at LSU Colgate at Syracuse SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2 Tulane at Rutgers Florida Atlantic at USF Louisville at Arkansas State Vanderbilt at Connecticut FIU at Pittsburgh FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8 CONNECTICUT at RUTGERS (7:30 p.m. ESPN) SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9 SYRACUSE at USF Memphis at Louisville Miami (Ohio) at Cincinnati Pittsburgh at Notre Dame (3:30 p.m., NBC) UNLV at West Virginia

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11 PITTSBURGH at CONNECTICUT (7:30 p.m. ESPN) SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13 CINCINNATI at WEST VIRGINIA USF at LOUISVILLE SYRACUSE at RUTGERS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20 WEST VIRGINIA at LOUISVILLE RUTGERS at CINCINNATI CONNECTICUT at SYRACUSE PITTSBURGH at USF FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26 LOUISVILLE at RUTGERS (ABC/ESPN/ESPN2) WEST VIRGINIA at PITTSBURGH (ABC/ESPN/ESPN2) SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27 Boston College at Syracuse USF at Miami (Fla.) CINCINNATI at CONNECTICUT SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4 RUTGERS at WEST VIRGINIA (ABC/ESPN/ESPN2) PITTSBURGH at CINCINNATI (ABC/ESPN/ESPN2) CONNECTICUT at USF (ABC/ESPN/ESPN2) All times Eastern All dates and times subject to change

John Marinatto became the third commissioner of the BIG EAST Conference July 1, 2009. He was the unanimous choice of the conference’s chancellors and presidents, who announced his appointment in November 2008. Marinatto follows Michael Tranghese, who had served as BIG EAST Commissioner since 1990, and Dave Gavitt, who served from 1979-1990, as the overseer of the largest Division I athletics conJohn M. Marinatto Commissioner ference. Marinatto will continue to create the best possible climate for BIG EAST student-athletes to succeed academically and athletically through sportsmanship and ethical conduct. Marinatto brings a deep-rooted familiarity with the BIG EAST into his new role as commissioner. He had served as the conference’s senior associate commissioner since 2002 and spent 14 years as Director of Athletics at Providence College. His wide and varied experience on conference and national committees adds to his expertise.

THE BIG EAST CONFERENCE

15 Park Row West • Providence, RI 02903 www.bigeast.org

(401) 453-0660 - Communications • (401) 272-9108 - Switchboard BIG EAST CONFERENCE STAFF Commissioner ..............................................................................................................John M. Marinatto Senior Associate Commissioner (Football & Marketing) ..........Nicholas V. Carparelli, Jr. Senior Associate Commissioner (Compliance & Governance)....Joseph F. D’Antonio, Jr. Associate Commissioner (Administration) ..........................................................Donna DeMarco Associate Commissioner (Men’s Basketball) ........................................................Daniel G. Gavitt Associate Commissioner (Women’s Basketball) ..........................................Danielle Donehew Associate Commissioner (TV & Men’s Basketball Scheduling) ..........Thomas R. Odjakjian Associate Commissioner (Communications) ........................................................John Paquette Associate Commissioner (Olympic Sports) ......................................................James A. Siedliski Assistant Commissioner for Compliance ................................................Jennifer M. Condaras Assistant Commissioner/Women’s Basketball Officiating....................Barbara M. Jacobs Senior Director of External Affairs ..............................................................Benjamin E. Fairclough Director of Business Affairs ..........................................................................................Susan S. Eaton Director of Communications............................................................................................Chuck Sullivan Director of Communications ..............................................................................................To be named Director of Internet Services ..........................................................................................Mark Hodgkin Director of Men’s Basketball Operations............................................................Shawn P. Murphy Director of Sport Administration................................................................Robert A. Weygand, Jr. Director of Sport Administration ....................................................................................Kristin Brown Director of Video Services ..................................................................................................To be named Assistant Director of Communications ................................................................Michael A. Coyne Assistant Director of Compliance........................................................................Kenneth A. Schank Coordinator of Football Officiating ................................................................................Terry McAulay Coordinator of Men’s Basketball Officiating..............................................G. Arthur Hyland, Esq. Assistant to the Commissioner ....................................................................................Lisa Zanecchia Assistant to the Senior Associate Commissioner ..........................................Sarah A. Emmett Administrative Assistant for Compliance ............................................................Wanda L. Factor Administrative Assistant for Sport Administration ..................................................Lois DeBlois Administrative Assistant ........................................................................................................Linda Yates Receptionist ......................................................................................................................Kathy Kirkpatrick Administrative Fellow ..............................................................................................Bernadette Bartlett Communications Assistant..................................................................................................Jared Hager Communications Assistant ..................................................................................................Katie Parker

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14 USF at WEST VIRGINIA (7:30 p.m. ESPN) FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15 CINCINNATI at LOUISVILLE (8:00 p.m. ESPN) SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16 PITTSBURGH at SYRACUSE Army at Rutgers FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22 USF at CINCINNATI

John Paquette Associate Commissioner for Communications

Chuck Sullivan Director of Communications

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2009 SEASON REVIEW Looking Back at a Successful 2009 Campaign • Rutgers finished the season 9-4 after a 45-24 victory December 19 vs. UCF in the St. Petersburg Bowl • Defensively, Rutgers was ranked in the top 20 nationally in six different categories • Rutgers was first nationally in fumbles recovered and tackles for loss and ranked second in turnover margin • The Rutgers defense was also fourth in the nation in sacks, fifth in turnovers gained, ninth in first downs allowed, 10th in third down efficiency defense and 10th in fourth down efficiency defense • Rutgers led the BIG EAST in total defense, scoring defense, turnover margin and tackles for loss • With a true freshman starting at quarterback, Rutgers won nine games in a season for just the sixth time in school history, including a 31-0 victory over then 23rd-ranked USF.

During Davis’ three-year career “On the Banks,” he was named a Second Team All-America selection in 2009 by the Walter Camp Football Foundation, the nation’s oldest All-America team. Davis also collected Third Team All-America accolades by the Sporting News following the 2009 season. He was the third Scarlet Knight to earn a spot on the prestigious Walter Camp Football Foundation All-America team. Rice was a two-time Second Team All-America selection by the Walter Camp Football Foundation in 2006 and 2007 while tight end Marco Battaglia was a Walter Camp Football Foundation First Team AllAmerica honoree in 1995. Davis, a 2009 All-BIG EAST First Team honoree, was named a Freshman All-America in 2007. The Piscataway native started 32 career games for the Scarlet Knights, including 21 of the last 22 contests. He was part of three Scarlet Knight teams that captured bowl championships, starting in all three bowl victories.

Two First Round Selections For the first time in school history, Rutgers had two student-athletes selected in the first round of the 2010 NFL Draft in April. Junior offensive tackle Anthony Davis became the highest-drafted Scarlet Knight in history after being selected with the 11th overall pick by the San Francisco 49ers. Senior cornerback followed Davis in the first round by going 27th overall to the New England Patriots. Rutgers was the first BIG EAST school with two first round picks in the same draft since Miami and Virginia Tech in 2004. For the second straight year, Rutgers had a player taken in the first round of the NFL Draft. Former Rutgers All-America wide receiver Kenny Britt was the first player in Rutgers history to be selected in the first round of the NFL Draft after the Tennessee Titans chose the New Jersey native with the 30th pick in last year’s draft. Davis was the third player in the Schiano era at Rutgers to leave school early and be selected in the NFL Draft. Pro Bowl running back Ray Rice left Rutgers following his junior season in 2007 and was a second round draft selection of the Baltimore Ravens in the 2008 NFL Draft. Britt declared for the 2009 NFL Draft and was a first round pick of the Tennessee Titans.

McCourty was an Honorable Mention All-America selection in 2009 by Pro Football Weekly. He also earned All-BIG EAST honors for the first time in his career as he was one of the elite playmakers on the BIG EAST’s top defensive unit with 80 tackles in 13 starts in 2009. Also an exceptional special teams performer, McCourty blocked three of his seven career kicks and also returned a kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown in the win at Connecticut in 2009. McCourty was part of five teams that played in bowl games during his career at Rutgers, including victories in the four bowls he appeared in. For his career, McCourty played in 52 games, including 39 consecutive starts to close out his career. He finished with 238 career tackles, 12 tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks, two forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries. He totaled five interceptions and broke up 27 passes, in addition to blocking seven kicks (six punts, one field goal). McCourty had a record-breaking night at the 2009 Rutgers Awards Banquet; becoming the first Scarlet Knight in history to earn the Homer Hazel Award (Team MVP) in addition to being named the team’s MVP on two units – defense and special teams. He was also the recipient of the Scholar-Athlete award. The Scholar-Athlete Award is presented "to the letterwinner who has the highest academic average and has demonstrated outstanding football ability." McCourty was a semifinalist for the prestigious Draddy Trophy, regarded as the “Academic” Heisman. McCourty owned a 3.309 GPA in Sociology.


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2009 SEASON REVIEW 2010 NFL Draft Class Here is a list of the players from the 2009 squad that have joined the professional ranks: Anthony Davis, 1st Round, San Francisco 49ers Devin McCourty, 1st Round, New England Patriots Ryan D’Imperio, 7th Round, Minnesota Vikings Tim Brown, Free Agent, New York Giants Jack Corcoran, Free Agent, Houston Texans Kevin Haslam, Free Agent, Jacksonville Jaguars George Johnson, Free Agent, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Nine-Win Season Rutgers recorded just the sixth nine-win season in school history with a victory versus UCF in the St. Petersburg Bowl. In 140 years of football at Rutgers, the Scarlet Knights have won at least nine games in a season five other times, including two undefeated seasons (1961 and 1976).Nine-Win Seasons “On the Banks ” Four Consecutive Eight-Win Campaigns Rutgers has won at least eight games in each of the last four seasons for just the second time in 140 years of football. The only other time in school history Rutgers won at least eight games in a season in four consecutive years was 1975-1979, when the Scarlet Knights posted five straight eight-win seasons.

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Thanks for the Memories The 2009 senior class (RB Alan Ajamian, DB Billy Anderson, DT Blair Bines, C Ryan Blaszczyk, DB Pat Brown, WR Tim Brown, FB Jack Corcoran, LB Ryan D’Imperio, LS/WR Andrew DePaola, DL Remo Fioranelli, WR Ryan Gluekert, OL Kevin Haslam, DE George Johnson, LB Stephante Kent, DB Zaire Kitchen, QB Jabu Lovelace, DB Devin McCourty, TE Jeff Minemyer, FB Andres Morales, LB Damaso Munoz, QB Domenic Natale, DB Ramy Nubani) tied for the second-most victories for a senior class in school history with 36. The 22 seniors became the first class in school history to win a bowl game in four consecutive seasons and the fifth-year seniors were the first senior class at Rutgers to reach five straight bowls.

Senior Class Win Totals 1. 1978 – 37, 1 bowl appearance 2. 1979 – 36 2009 - 36, 4 bowl appearances 3. 1977 – 35 4. 2008 - 34, 3 bowl appearances 5. 1976 – 33 Game #100 is in the Win Column Greg Schiano became the fourth coach in 140 years of Rutgers football to coach at least 100 games for the Scarlet Knights in 2009. John Bateman guided the Scarlet Knights for 13 seasons and has coached the most games in school history - 124. Schiano’s 100th game was a 23-15 victory over Florida International on Sept. 19. The game was also the first for Schiano vs. a former assistant in Mario Cristobal of FIU. Cristobal served on Schiano’s staff at Rutgers from 2001-03. Rutgers Head Coaches with 100 Games Head Coach Record Years at RU John Bateman 73-51 1960-72 Frank Burns 78-43-1 1973-83 Harvey Harman 74-44-2 1938-41, 1946-55 Greg Schiano 55-55 2001-

Games 124 122 120 110

Inside the 100 Greg Schiano has had a remarkable turnaround during his tenure at Rutgers. After starting 15-35 overall in his first 50 games, Schiano is 40-20 in his last 60 games, including five consecutive bowls for the Scarlet Knights. Overall BIG EAST Games 1-50 15-35 4-24 Games 51-100 33-17 16-12 Games 1017-3 3-3 Total 55-55 23-39 The Turnover Story Rutgers turned the ball over just 14 times in 13 games in 2009. During Greg Schiano’s nine-year tenure, the 14 turnovers were the fewest amount for Rutgers for an entire season. Defensively, the Scarlet Knights gained 34 turnovers on the year. The 34 turnovers rank as the highest season total under Schiano. Turnovers Under Schiano Year Total 2009 14 2008 20 2007 25 2006 20 2005 23 2004 35 2003 29 2002 38 2001 42

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2009 SEASON REVIEW Protecting the Pigskin Rutgers is +28 in turnover differential over its last 20 games (16-4). The Scarlet Knights gained 34 turnovers in 2009, including at least one in 12 of the 13 games. Rutgers finished second in the nation in turnover margin in 2009 (+1.54). In 2009, Rutgers was +20 in turnover differential (34 turnovers, 14 giveaways). Over the last 20 games, Rutgers has gained a total of 51 turnovers

Freshman QB Tom Savage Tom Savage was named Rutgers’ offensive MVP following the 2009 season. Savage, a FWAA First Team Freshman All-America selection, finished the season with 2,211 passing yards and 14 touchdown passes. He finished sixth in Rutgers single-season history with 2,211 passing yards. Savage threw for the most yards by a true freshman in BIG EAST singleseason history in 2009. He finished the season second nationally among all true freshman quarterbacks in passing yards and touchdowns.

2009 RUTGERS NCAA/BIG EAST RANKINGS

Touchdown Brown Senior wide receiver Tim Brown caught the most touchdown passes in school history with 20. He also finished his career fourth in RU history with 2,257 career receiving yards. Four of Brown’s 20 career touchdown receptions were in bowl games, including the first two touchdowns of the game in the 2006 Texas Bowl vs. Kansas State. Labeled the “most dangerous deep threat in the BIG EAST” by Lindy’s, Brown was second in school history with nine career 100-yard receiving games. Rutgers Career 100-Yard Receiving Game Leaders 1. Kenny Britt (2006-08) 14 2. Tim Brown (2006-09) 9 3. Tres Moses (2001-05) 7 3. Marco Battaglia (1992-95) 7 5. Tiquan Underwood (2005-08) 6 Rutgers Career Receiving Yardage Leaders 1. Kenny Britt (2006-08) 2. Tres Moses (2001-05) 3. Andrew Baker (1981-84) 4. Tim Brown (2006-09) 7 5. Marco Battaglia (1992-95) 6. Jim Guarantano (1989-92) 7. Clark Harris (2003-06) 8. Tiquan Underwood (2005-08)

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Rutgers Career Receiving Touchdown Leaders 1. Tim Brown (2006-09) 2. Kenny Britt (2006-08) 2. Chris Brantley (1990-93) 4. Marco Battaglia (1992-95) 4. Tiquan Underwood (2005-08) 4. Marco Battaglia (1992-95)

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Player Rankings Rushing Joe Martinek Passing Efficiency Tom Savage Total Offense Tom Savage Receptions Per Game Tim Brown Mohamed Sanu Receiving Yards Per Game Tim Brown Mohamed Sanu Punting Teddy Dellaganna Field Goals San San Te Scoring San San Te All-Purpose Yards Tim Brown Joe Martinek Interceptions Khaseem Greene David Rowe Damaso Munoz Billy Anderson Sacks Jonathan Freeny George Johnson Tackles Damaso Munoz Devin McCourty Ryan D’Imperio Antonio Lowery Tackles for Loss George Johnson Alex Silvestro Jonathan Freeny Antonio Lowery Scott Vallone

NCAA/BIG EAST 78/6 89/7 97/8 52/4 15/2 34/3 18/1 39/2 16/1 28/4 102/8 77/7 4/2 1/1 T-111/7

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Cincinnati Howard FIU Maryland Texas Southern Pittsburgh Army Connecticut USF Syracuse Louisville West Virginia UCF

Opp.

Cincinnati Howard FIU Maryland Texas Southern Pittsburgh Army Connecticut USF Syracuse Louisville West Virginia UCF

QB

Natale Savage Savage Natale Savage Savage Savage Savage Savage Savage Savage Savage Savage

FB

2009 GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS

RB

Corcoran Martinek Corcoran Martinek Cooper (WR) Brooks Corcoran Martinek Corcoran Martinek Harrison (WR) Young Corcoran Martinek Corcoran Martinek Corcoran Martinek Corcoran Wright (WR) Jefferson (TE) Martinek Jefferson (TE) Martinek Corcoran Martinek

DE

DT

Silvestro Silvestro Silvestro Silvestro Silvestro Silvestro Silvestro Silvestro Silvestro Silvestro Silvestro Silvestro Silvestro

Vallone Vallone Vallone Vallone Vallone Vallone Vallone Vallone Vallone Vallone Vallone Vallone Vallone

DT

Noonan Noonan Noonan LeGrand Noonan Noonan Noonan Noonan Noonan Noonan Noonan Noonan Noonan

TE

Graves Jefferson Jefferson Jefferson Jefferson Trahan Jefferson Graves Graves Jefferson Graves Graves Graves

DE

Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson

WR

LT

Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown

Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Haslam Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis

LB

LB

Lowery D’Imperio Lowery D’Imperio Lowery D’Imperio Lowery D’Imperio Lowery D’Imperio Lowery D’Imperio Greene (DB) D’Imperio Lowery D’Imperio Jones (DB) Beauharnais Lowery D’Imperio Beauharnais D’Imperio Beauharnais D’Imperio Lowery D’Imperio

LG

Barbieri Barbieri Forst Forst Forst Forst Forst Forst Forst Forst Forst Forst Forst

LB

Munoz Munoz Munoz Munoz Munoz Munoz Munoz Munoz Munoz Munoz Munoz Munoz Munoz

GAME 1 - CINCINNATI 47 RUTGERS 15 SEPTEMBER 7, 2009

Cincinnati Rutgers

1 7 7

2 24 0

3 14 0

4 2 8

Final 47 15

First Quarter CIN - Pead 2 yd run (Rogers kick), 12:31 RU - Martinek 4 yd run (Te kick). 1:47 Second Quarter CIN - FG Rogers 30 yd, 13:48 CIN - Kelce 4 yd run (Rogers kick), 6:35 CIN - Gilyard 4 yd pass from Pike (Rogers kick), 2:30 CIN - 41 yd pass from Pike (Rogers kick), 0:54 Third Quarter CIN - Kelce 2 yd run (Rogers kick), 7:42 CIN - Ramsey 1 yd pass from Pike (Rogers kick), 1:10 Fourth Quarter RU - Graves 7 yd pass from Savage (Sanu pass from Savage), 11:25 CIN - Team safety FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

CINCINNATI 26 34-168 396 36-29-1 70-564 0-0 3-31 4-60 3-19 2-31.0 0-0 2-20 27:46 5 of 8 0 of 0 6-6

Record: (1-0, 1-0) Record: (0-1, 0-1)

RUTGERS 22 33-50 243 37-23-3 70-293 0-0 0-0 4-87 1-0 5-43.8 0-0 4-35 31:49 6 of 16 4 of 4 2-2

RUSHING: Cincinnati-Ramsey, J. 8-77; Pead, I. 8-47; Kelce, T. 3-18; Anderson, C.3-13; Collaros, Z. 1-7; Pike, T. 2-7; Williams, D. 65; Gilyard, M.1-2; Team 2-minus 8. Rutgers-Martinek J.15-54; Robinson, M.,1-12; Brooks, J. 3-12; Sanu, M. 1-9; Lovelace, J. 3minus 2; Brown, T. 2-minus 9; Natale, D.4-minus 12; Savage, T. 4-minus 14. PASSING: Cincinnati-Pike, T. 27-34-1-362; Collaros, Z. 2-2-0-34. Rutgers-Savage, T. 15-23-0-135; Natale, D. 8-12-3-108; Lovelace, J. 0-2-0-0. RECEIVING: Cincinnati-Gilyard, M. 8-89; Binns, A. 5-41; Woods, D.4-71; Guidugli, B. 3-43; Pead, I. 2-52; Howard, J. 2-41; Ramsey, J. 2-33; Alli, K. 1-22; Robinson, A. 1-2; Williams, D. 1-2. Rutgers-Sanu, M. 10-101; Brown, T. 7-86; Martinek, J. 3-33; Graves, S. 2-14; Hayes, J. 1-9. INTERCEPTIONS: Cincinnati-Webster, A. 1-21; Schaffer, J. 1-0; Williams, D. 1-minus 2. Rutgers-Silvestro, A. 1-0. FUMBLES: Cincinnati-None. Rutgers-None. TOTAL ELAPSED TIME: 3:10 ATTENDANCE: 53,737

C

RG

Blaszczyk Blaszczyk Blaszczyk Blaszczyk Blaszczyk Blaszczyk Blaszczyk Blaszczyk Blaszczyk Blaszczyk Blaszczyk Blaszczyk Blaszczyk

Forst Forst Wynn Wynn Wynn Barbieri Barbieri Barbieri Barbieri Barbieri Barbieri Barbieri Barbieri

CB

SS

McCourty McCourty McCourty McCourty McCourty McCourty McCourty McCourty McCourty McCourty McCourty McCourty McCourty

Kitchen Kitchen Kitchen Kitchen Kitchen Kitchen Kitchen Kitchen Kitchen Kitchen Kitchen Kitchen Kitchen

RT

WR

Haslam Sanu Haslam Sanu Haslam Sanu Haslam Sanu Haslam Sanu Haslam Sanu Stapleton Sanu Haslam Sanu Haslam Jefferson (TE) Haslam Sanu Haslam Sanu Haslam Sanu Haslam Sanu

FS

Lefeged Lefeged Lefeged Lefeged Lefeged Lefeged Lefeged Lefeged Lefeged Lefeged Lefeged Lefeged Lefeged

CB

Bing Bing Rowe Rowe Rowe Rowe Rowe Rowe Rowe Rowe Rowe Rowe Rowe

PK Te Te Te Te Te Te Te Te Te Te Te Te Te

P

Dellaganna Dellaganna Dellaganna Dellaganna Dellaganna Dellaganna Dellaganna Dellaganna Dellaganna Dellaganna Dellaganna Dellaganna Dellaganna

GAME 2 - RUTGERS 45, HOWARD 7 SEPTEMBER 12, 2009 Howard Rutgers

1 0 10

2 7 32

3 0 3

4 0 0

Final 7 45

Record: (0-1) Record: (1-1,0-1)

First Quarter RU - Te FG 24 yd, 11:09 RU - Brooks 6 yd run (Te kick). 3:53 Second Quarter RU - Corcroan 21 yd pass from Savage (Te kick), 14:13 RU - Brooks 2 yd run (Graves rush for 2-pt conversion), 13:04 RU - Brown 68 yd pass from Savage (Te kick), 10:39 HU - Carter 40 yd pass from Haigler (Wiehberg kick), 6:20 RU - Brooks 57 yd run (Te kick) 6:02 RU - Te FG 20 yd, 1:04 Third Quarter RU - Te FG 30 yd, 0:38 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

HOWARD 14 35-113 151 27-12-0 62-264 0-0 0-0 7-102 0-0 9-36.0 4-3 14-121 30:23 3 of 14 1 of 1 0-1 0-0

RUTGERS 19 44-245 223 14-8-0 58-468 1-2 4-21 2-30 0-0 3-47.0 1-1 5-41 29:37 3 of 10 0 of 0 5-6 2-12

RUSHING: Howard-Haigler, F. 14-55; Williams, A. 6-24; Brice, C. 10-19; Drayton, B. 1-16; Hughes, T. 3-4; Team 1-minus 5. RutgersBrooks, J. 17-124; Williams, D. 14-89; Martinek, J. 10-38; Savage, T. 1-2; Natale, D. 1-2; Team 1-minus 10. PASSING: Howard-Haigler, F. 12-27-0-151. Rutgers-Savage, T. 8-13-0-223; Natale, D. 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: Howard-Carter, W. 5-94; Sherman, B. 2-17; Drayton, B. 2-minus 2; Hayes, K. 1-18; Hughes, T. 1-16; Brice, C. 1-8. Rutgers-Brown, T. 3-132; Sanu, M. 2-22; Jefferson D. 1-46; Corcoran, J. 1-21; Martinek, J. 1-2. INTERCEPTIONS: Howard-None. Rutgers-None. FUMBLES: Howard-Haigler, F. 2-2; Williams, A. 1-0; Drayton, B. 1-1. Rutgers-Lampert, E. 1-1. TOTAL ELAPSED TIME: 3:19 ATTENDANCE: 43,722


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2009 SEASON REVIEW GAME 3 - RUTGERS 23, FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL 15 SEPTEMBER 19, 2009 FIU Rutgers

1 0 3

2 0 10

3 0 0

4 15 10

Final 15 23

Record: (0-2) Record: (2-1)

First Quarter RU - FG Te 39 yd, 7:43 Second Quarter RU - Natale 2 ud run (Te kick), 2:42 RU - FG Te 29 yd, 0:34 Fourth Quarter RU - FG Te 27 yd, 12:42 RU - D’Imperio 38 yd interception return (Te kick), 8:06 FIU - Hilton 8 yd pass from McCall (Rivest kick), 6:51 FIU - Hilton 14 yd pass from McCall (Hilton pass from McCall), 0:31 FIU 14 23-42 218 40-26-2 63-260 0-0 1-2 6-113 0-0 7-38.3 1-1 9-65 26:06 2 of 12 0 of 1 2-2 4-23

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

RUTGERS 19 41-160 234 31-12-0 72-394 0-0 2 - -6 2-13 2-70 5-43.0 1-0 13-88 33:54 6 of 17 0 of 1 3-5 5-33

RUSHING: FIU-Perry, D. 11-45; Younger, W. 4-5; Turner,T . 2-2; Mallary, D.2-1; McCall, P. 4-minus 11. Rutgers-Martinek, J. 23-121; Lovelace, J. 3-34; Brooks, J. 5-6; Natale, D. 1-2; Savage, T. 7-1; Young, K. 1-0; Team 1-minus 4. PASSING: FIU-McCall, P. 24-37-2-197; Younger W. 2-3-0-21. Rutgers-Savage, T. 11-28-0-185; Naatale, D. 1-2-0-49; Sanu, M. 01-0-0. RECEIVING: FIU-Hilton, T. 9-80; Frierson, J. 7-26; Perry, D. 5-33; Times, W. 2-48; Anderson, C. 1-28; Ellingson, G. 1-6; Mallary, D. 1-minus 3. Rutgers-Brown, T. 4-131; Sanu, M. 3-35; Trahan, T. 2-27; Young, K. 2-6; Jefferson, D. 1-35. INTERCEPTIONS: FIU-None. Rutgers-D’Imperio, R. 1-38; Greene, K. 1-32. FUMBLES: FIU-Mallary, D. 1-1. Rutgers-Sanu, M. 1-0. TOTAL ELAPSED TIME: 3:32 ATTENDANCE: 45,273

GAME 4 - RUTGERS 34, MARYLAND 13 SEPTEMBER 26, 2009

Rutgers Maryland

1 0 14

2 0 14

3 0 7

4 0 7

Final 0 42

Record: (1-4) Record: (4-1)

First Quarter RU - Rowe 56 yd interception return (Te kick), 8:47 RU - Martinek 9 yd run (Te kick), 0:41 Second Quarter RU - Martinek 15 yd run (Te kick), 9:39 RU - Brooks 5 yd run (Te kick), 1:22 Third Quarter RU - Brown 34 yd pass from Savage (Te kick), 9:13 Fourth Quarter RU - Williams 44 yd run (Te kick), 11:31 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

TEXAS SOUTHERN 10 24--25 151 27-13-2 51-126 0-0 3-8 5-53 0-0 8-37.1 5-2 10-75 25:04 4 of 12 0 of 0 0-0 2-9

RUTGERS 19 42-253 164 22-15-0 64-417 0-0 0-0 1-10 2-56 4-40.5 0-0 12-80 34:56 6 of 13 1 of 2 3-4 7-34

RUSHING: Texas Southern-Gilbert, M. 7-7; Warren, J. 2-1; Nelson, A. 14-minus 15; Team 1-minus 18. Rutgers-Williams, D. 19-132; Martinek, J. 8-51; Brooks, J. 9-38; Savage, T. 6-32. PASSING: Texas Southern-Nelson. A. 13-27-2-151. Rutgers-Savage, T.14-21-0-150; Natale, D. 1-1-0-14. RECEIVING: Texas Southern-Thomas, A. 5-79; Hannah, J. 4-44; Gilbert, M. 3-25; Anderson, J. 1-3. Rutgers-Brown, T. 6-94; Hayes, J. 2-25; Sanu, M. 2-15; Corcroan, J. 2-8; Pratt, Q.1-14; Young, K. 1-5; Jefferson, D. 1-3. INTERCEPTIONS: Texas Southern-None. RUTGERS-Rowe, D. 1-56; Bing, B. 1-0. FUMBLES: Texas Southern-Nelson, A. 2-1; Warren. J. 1-1; Anderson, J. 1-0; Glasper,D.1-0. Rutgers-None. TOTAL ELAPSED TIME: 3:00 ATTENDANCE: 50.169

2 3 10

3 7 0

4 17 0

Final 34 13

Record: (3-1) Record: (1-3)

First Quarter RU - Lowery 36 yd interception return (Te kick), 14:47 MD - FG Ferrara 38 yd, 12:17 Second Quarter RU - FG Te 23 yd, 14:56 MD - Williams 24 yd pass from Turner (Ferrara kick), 13:26 MD - FG Ferrara 34 yd, 0:11 Third Quarter RU - Johnson 0 yd fumble recovery (Te kick), 2:59 Fourth Quarter RU - FG Te 37 yd, 12:48 RU - Martinek 29 yd run (Te kick), 4:53 RU - Martinek 61 yd run (Te kick), 3:26 RUTGERS 14 49-207 42 13-4-0 62-249 0-0 0-0 3-60 3-36 5-40.6 1-0 4-25 34:18 5 of 14 0 of 2 1-2 3-24

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

MARYLAND 12 24-28 271 38-21-3 62-299 0-0 2-9 7-140 0-0 4-32.5 3-2 10-85 25:42 5 of 15 0 of 2 1-1 3-15

RUSHING: Rutgers-Martinek, J.19-147; Brooks, J. 17-56; Lovelace, J. 6-24; Team 2-minus 3; Natale, D. 5-minus 17. Maryland-Scott, D. 9-22; Meggett, D. 3-10; Jackson 2-2; Turner, C. 10-minus 6. PASSING: Rutgers-Natale, D. 4-12-0-42; Graves, S. 0-1-0-0. Maryland-Turner, C. 21-38-3-271. RECEIVING: Rutgers-Martinek, J. 2-24; Brown, T. 1-9; Sanu, M. 1-9. Maryland-Cannon 5-46; Smith 4-112; Watson, L. 3-20; Tyler 2-31; Galt, T. 2-14; Williams 1-24; Douglas 1-10; Furstenburg 1-9; McCree 1-6; Scott, D. 1-minus 1. INTERCEPTIONS: Rutgers-Lowery, A. 1-36; McCourty, D. 1-0; Anderson, B. 1-0. Maryland-None. FUMBLES: Rutgers--Natale, D. 1-0. Maryland-Turner, C. 2-1; Scott, D. 1-1. TOTAL ELAPSED TIME: 3:00 ATTENDANCE: 43,848

GAME 5 - RUTGERS 42, TEXAS SOUTHERN 0 OCTOBER 10, 2009 Texas Southern Rutgers

1 7 3

GAME 6 - PITTSBURGH 24, RUTGERS 17 OCTOBER 16, 2009

PITTSBURGH RUTGERS

1 7 7

2 10 3

3 7 0

4 0 7

Final 24 17

Record: (6-1,3-0) Record: (4-2,0-2)

First Quarter RU - Sanu 11 yd run (Te kick), 12:36 Pitt - Dickerson 7 yd pass from Stull (Hutchins kick), 9:41 Second Quarter Pitt - Hutchins FG 45 yd, 11:29 Pitt - Lewis 1 yd run (Hutchins kick), 3:24 RU - Te FG 23 yd, 0:00 Third Quarter Pitt - Lewis 58 yd run (Hutchins kick), 5:19 Fourth Quarter RU - Brown 19 yd pass from Savage (Te kick), 9:37 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

PITT 21 46-223 153 24-16-0 70-376 1-1 3-5 3-98 1--3 3-26.3 2-2 5-47 33:46 10 of 17 0 of 0 2-3 3-25

RUTGERS 16 20-38 248 41-23-1 61-286 0-0 2-12 3-64 0-0 6-38.3 1-1 6-55 26:14 5 of 15 1 of 2 3-3 2-13

RUSHING: PITT-Lewis D. 31-180; Hynoski, H. 5-29; Stull, B. 4-18; Wight, A. 1-3; Graham, R. 2-minus 2; Tinker, E. 3-minus 5. RutgersSanu, M. 4-29; Martinek, J. 9-23; Young, K. 2-7; Lovelace, J. 1-3; Brown, T. 1-1; Savage, T. 3-minus 25. PASSING: PITT-Stull, B. 16-24-0-153. Rutgers-Savage, T. 23-39-1-248; Martinek, J. 0-1-0-0; Lovelace, J. 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: PITT-Dickerson, D. 6-42; Hynoski, H. 4-36; Turner, O. 2-32; Baldwin, J. 1-17; McGee, C. 1-14; Tucker, T. 1-7; Hendricks, J. 1-5. Rutgers-Sanu, M. 8-63; Brown, T. 7-96; Young, K. 3-32; Graves, S. 3-30; Hayes, J. 2-27. INTERCEPTIONS: PITT-DeCicco, D. 1-minus 3. Rutgers-None. FUMBLES: PITT-DeCicco, D. 1-1; Stull, B. 1-1. Rutgers-Sanu, M. 1-1. TOTAL ELAPSED TIME: 3:22


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2009 SEASON REVIEW RUTGERS Army

1 17 3

GAME 7 - RUTGERS 27, ARMY 10 OCTOBER 23, 2009 2 0 0

3 3 7

4 7 0

Final 27 10

Record: (5-2) Record: (3-5)

First Quarter Army - Carlton FG 41 yd, 10:40 RU - Martinek 4 yd run (Te kick), 6:10 RU - TE FG 27 yd, 1:38 RU - Beauharnais 11 yd blocked punt return (Te kick), 0:00 Third Quarter Army - Liggins 17 yd run (Carlton kick), 10:15 RU - Te FG 51 yd, 6:35 Fourth Quarter RU - Martinek 6 yd run (Te kick), 14:18 RUTGERS 15 40-132 197 22-11-0 62-329 0-0 1-29 2-58 0-0 3-40.7 3-1 6-33 32:40 5 of 14 0 of 2 3-4 1-5

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

ARMY 11 40-197 16 9-2-0 49-213 0-0 0-0 6-133 0-0 7-32.3 4-3 1-10 27:20 1 of 11 0 of 0 1-1 2-16

GAME 8 - RUTGERS 28, CONNECTICUT 24 OCTOBER 31, 2009 RUTGERS CONNECTICUT

1 7 3

2 14 7

3 0 0

4 7 14

Final 28 24

Record: (6-2,1-2) Record: (4-4,1-3)

First Quarter RU - McCourty 98 yd kickoff return (Te kick), 14:48 UC - Teggart FG 37 yd, 13:32 Second Quarter RU - Brown 37 yd pass from Savage (Te kick), 6:09 UC - Frey 100 yd kickoff return (Teggart kick), 5:52 RU - Harrison 20 yd pass from Savage (Te kick), 2:16 Fourth Quarter UC - Easley 32 yd pass from Frazier (Teggart kick), 10:19 UC - Todman 2 yd run (Teggart kick), 0:38 RU - Brown 81 yd pass from Savage (Te kick), 0:22 RUTGERS 12 31-86 236 25-13-0 56-322 0-0 2-21 4-163 3-32 10-42.1 0-0 5-49 31:14 4 of 15 0 of 0 0-0 1-2

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

CONNECTICUT 19 30-108 373 56-25-3 86-481 0-0 4-16 5-187 0-0 6-44.8 4-1 10-87 28:46 7 of 22 3 of 4 1-2 3-10

RUSHING: Rutgers-Martinek, J. 25-139; Brooks, J. 4-30; Young, K. 2-4; Lovelace, J. 1-minus 6; Team 3-minus 9; Brown, T. 1-minus 10; Savage, T. 4-minus 16. Army-Ehie, K. 8-56; Mealy, P. 8-49; Steelman, T. 15-43; Brown, M. 4-29; Liggins, L. 1-17; Gallik, B. 1-4; Bowden, C. 3-minus 1. PASSING: Rutgers-Savage, T. 10-20-0-164; Dellaganna, T. 0-1-0-0; Lovelace, J. 1-1-0-33. Army-Steelman, T. 2-6-0-16; Bowden, C. 0-30-0. RECEIVING: Rutgers-Brown, T. 4-101; Harrison, M. 2-48; Graves, S. 2-26; Sanu, M. 2-9; Martinek, J. 1-13. Army-Brown, M. 1-21; Hunter, D. 1-minus 5. INTERCEPTIONS: Rutgers-None. Army-None. FUMBLES: Rutgers-Martinek, J. 1-1; Savage, T. 1-0; Lovelace, J. 1-0. Army-Steelman, T. 2-1; Gallik, B. 1-1; Ehie, K. 1-1. TOTAL ELAPSED TIME: 3:02 ATTENDANCE: 24,098

RUSHING: Rutgers-Martinek, J. 12-28; Sanu, M. 5-17; Savage, T. 6-15; Brooks, J. 3-11; Williams, D. 3-7; Brown, T. 1-7; Young, K. 11. Connecticut-Todman, J. 13-68; Dixon, A. 13-49; Frazer, Z. 2-0; Team 2-minus 9. PASSING: Rutgers-Savage, T. 13-24-0-236; Sanu, M. 0-1-0-0. Connecticut-Frazer, Z. 21-46-3-333; Endres, C. 4-9-0-40; Team 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: Rutgers-Brown, T. 5-162; Sanu, M. 4-37; Harrison, M. 1-20; Graves, S. 1-8; Young, K. 1-5; Corcoran, J. 1-4. Connecticut-Griffin, R. 6-80; Easley, M. 5-81; Kanuch, B. 4-28; Todman, J. 3-59; Moore, K. 3-46; Smith, M. 1-31; Dixon, A. 1-27; Difton, D. 112; Moore, I. 1-9. INTERCEPTIONS: Rutgers-Rowe, D. 1-18; Munoz, D. 1-9; Lefeged, J. 1-5. Connecticut-None. FUMBLES: Rutgers-None. Connecticut-Team 2-0; McClain, R. 1-0; Easley, M. 1-1. TOTAL ELAPSED TIME: 3:48 ATTENDANCE: 37,045

GAME 9 - RUTGERS 31, USF 0 NOVEMBER 12, 2009

GAME 10 - SYRACUSE 31, #25 RUTGERS 13 NOVEMBER 21, 2009

#23 USF RUTGERS

1 0 10

2 0 3

3 0 8

4 0 10

Final 0 31

Record: (6-3,2-3) Record: (7-2,2-2)

First Quarter RU - Sanu 25 yd pass from Savage (Te kick), 10:48 RU - Te FG 36 yd, 7:03 Second Quarter RU - Te FG 26 yd, 0:44 Third Quarter RU - Brown 26 yd pass from Savage (Sanu rush), 7:05 Fourth Quarter RU - Te FG 49 yd, 14:40 RU - Martinek 37 yd run (Te kick), 12:30 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

USF 7 32-30 129 17-7-2 49-159 0-0 2-5 5-68 1-0 8-37.5 3-2 6-30 25:40 2 of 12 0 of 1 0-0 2-7

RUTGERS 18 42-160 194 30-15-1 72-354 0-0 3-34 1-19 2-0 3-47.0 1-0 1-10 34:20 7 of 17 0 of 3 2-3 7-45

RUSHING: USF-Ford, M. 9-17; Daniels, B.J. 16-11; Plancher, M. 4-8; Lamar, L. 1-0; Team 1-minus 2; Landi, E. 1-minus 4. Rutgers-Martinek, J. 25-128; Young, K. 3-16; Sanu, M. 4-13; Williams, D. 4-7; Brown, T. 2-5; Savage, T. 3-4; Team 1-minus 13. PASSING: USF-Daniels, B.J. 7-17-2-129; Landi, E. 0-0-0-0. Rutgers-Savage, T.15-30-1-194. RECEIVING: USF-Love, A.J. 4-80; Wilson, T. 1-37; Hester, J. 1-13; Lamar, L. 1-minus 1. Rutgers-Sanu, M. 5-105; Brown, T. 3-49; Jefferson, D.C. 2-24; Martinek, 2-2; Stroud, K. 1-12; Hayes, J. 1-4; Savage, T. 1-minus 2. INTERCEPTIONS: USF-Murphy, J. 1-0. Rutgers-Jones, B.1-0; Greene, K. 1-0. FUMBLES: USF-Daniels, B.J. 1-1; Hornes, F. 1-1; Alcin, E. 1-0. Rutgers-Team 1-0. TOTAL ELAPSED TIME: 3:06 ATTENDANCE: 48,057

Rutgers Syracuse

1 0 14

2 10 10

3 0 0

4 3 7

Final 13 31

Record: (7-3,2-3) Record: (4-7,1-5)

First Quarter SU - Bailey 14 yd run (Lichtenstein kick), 10:00 SU - Carter 5 yd run (Lichtenstein kick), 2:48 Second Quarter RU - Team Safety, 12:46 SU - Cutler 1 yd pass from Paulus (Lichtenstein kick), 7:35 RU - Brown 38 yd pass from Sanu (Graves pass from Savage), 7:26 SU - FG Lichtenstein 44 yd, 3:11 Fourth Quarter RU - FG Te 25 yd, 11:41 SU - Collier 60 yd run (Lichtenstein kick), 4:44 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

RUTGERS 11 27-26 104 18-8-2 45-130 0-0 2-18 6-129 0-0 6-48.2 1-0 5-22 19:59 2 of 11 0 of 0 1-2 0-0

SYRACUSE 23 51-213 211 22-17-0 73-424 0-0 3-30 3-65 2-25 4-38.0 1-0 4-40 40:01 6 of 14 1 of 2 3-5 9-88

RUSHING: Rutgers-Martinek, J. 10-55; Sanu, M. 4-42; Brooks, J. 1-1; Savage, T. 12-minus 72. Syracuse-Bailey, A. 16-77; Carter, D. 22-67; Collier, A. 6-66; Nassib, R. 5-12; Team 2-minus 9. PASSING: Rutgers-Savage, T. 7-17-2-66; Sanu, M. 1-1-0-38. Syracuse-Paulus, G. 13-16-0-142; Nassib, R. 4-6-0-69. RECEIVING: Rutgers-Brown. T. 4-67; Sanu, M. 3-31; Graves, S. 1-6. Syracuse-Bailey, A. 3-47; Sales, M. 3-44; Lemon, A. 3-40; Collier, A. 3-20; Davis, D. 2-41; Owen, M. 1-12; Lobdell, L. 1-6; Cutler, C. 1-1. INTERCEPTIONS: Rutgers-None. Syracuse-Holmes, M. 2-25. FUMBLES: Rutgers-Savage, T. 1-0. Syracuse-Team 1-0. TOTAL ELAPSED TIME: 2:56 ATTENDANCE: 36,759


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2009 SEASON REVIEW GAME 11 - RUTGERS 34, LOUISVILLE 14 NOVEMBER 27, 2009

Rutgers Louisville

2 21 7

1 7 0

3 0 7

4 6 0

Final 34 14

Record: (8-3,3-3) Record: (4-8,1-6)

First Quarter RU - Martinek 2 yd run (Te kick), 9:12 Second Quarter RU - Savage 3 yd run (Te kick), 13:06 LOU - Guy 6 yd pass from Froman (Philpott kick), 8:18 RU - Sanu 4 yd run (Te kick), 5:05 RU - Brown 32 yd pass from Savage (Te kick), 1:12 Third Quarter LOU - Ashley 1 yd run (Philpott kick), 9:45 Fourth Quarter RU - Sanu 29 yd run (team rush failed), 3:52 RUTGERS 20 48-239 163 18-10-0 66-402 0-0 2--7 2-44 0-0 6-39.8 1-0 6-51 34:16 5 of 12 1 of 1 3-3 2-14

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

SYRACUSE 14 27-48 254 35-20-0 62-302 0-0 1-9 5-85 0-0 5-40.4 1-1 5-50 25:44 3 of 12 0 of 3 2-2 2-9

RUSHING: Rutgers-Sanu, M. 18-148; Martinek, J. 22-90; Savage, T. 5-3; Williams, D. 2-0; Team 1-minus 2. Louisville-Ashley, D. 18-46; Guy, T. 2-3; Froman, A. 6-1; Powell, B. 1-minus 2. PASSING: Rutgers-Savage, T. 10-16-0-163; Sanu, M. 0-2-0-0. Louisville-Froman, A. 20-35-0-254. RECEIVING: Rutgers-Brown, T. 7-124; Corcoran, J. 1-19; Sanu, M. 1-10; Graves, S. 1-10. Louisville-Long, S. 7-66; Guy, T. 5-107; Graham, C. 3-42; Beaumont, D. 3-25; Chichester, J. 1-9; Pascley, T. 1-5. INTERCEPTIONS: Rutgers-None. Louisville-None. FUMBLES: Rutgers-Sanu, M. 1-0. Louisville-Long, S. 1-1. TOTAL ELAPSED TIME: 3:22 ATTENDANCE: 23,422

GAME 12 - #24 WEST VIRGINIA 24, RUTGERS 21 DECEMBER 5, 2009 WVU RUTGERS

1 7 14

2 10 14

3 0 10

4 7 7

First Quarter RU - Sanu 5 yd run (Te kick), 8:37 UCF - Aiken 7 yd pass from Hodges (Cattoi kick), 4:31 RU - Brown 65 yd pass from Savage (Te kick), 3:54 Second Quarter UCF - FG Cattoi 25 yd, 14:56 RU - Sanu 1 yd run (Te kick), 5:50 UCF - Aiken 34 yd pass from Hodges (Cattoi kick), 2:32 RU - Anderson 19 yd interception return (Te kick), 1:38 Third Quarter RU - Sanu 11 yd pass from Savage (Te kick), 12:37 RU - Te FG 43 yd, 8:09 Fourth Quarter UCF - Davis 2 yd run (Cattoi kick), 2:23 RU - Munoz 35 yd kickoff return (Te kick), 2:18 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

UCF 14 30-35 220 35-18-2 65-255 0-0 1-11 8-208 1-0 8-39.2 0-0 5-45 28:53 4 of 15 0 of 1 3-3 1-8

Final 24 45

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

3 7 11

4 3 7

Final 24 21

Record: (9-3,5-2) Record: (8-4,3-4)

WEST VIRGINIA 13 45-162 116 20-10-0 65-278 0-0 5-47 5-75 2-43 9-42.3 2-2 4-30 29:35 2 of 14 0 of 1 2-2 4-32

RUTGERS 11 35-65 153 28-9-2 63-218 0-0 1-6 3-104 0-0 9-37.7 0-0 4-25 30:25 1 of 15 0 of 1 1-1 3-18

RUSHING: WVU-Devine, N.16-65; Clarke, R. 14-58; Brown, J. 11-36; Sanders, J. 2-10; Team 2-minus 7. Rutgers-Martinek, J. 14-49; Sanu, M. 13-47; Brown, T. 1-2; Williams, D. 2-0; Savage, T. 5-minus 33. PASSING: WVU-Brown, J. 10-20-0-116. Rutgers-Savage, T. 9-27-2-153; Sanu, M. 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: WVU-Sanders, J. 5-62; Arnett, A. 2-34; Lyons, W. 2-11; Austin, T. 1-9. Rutgers-Sanu, M. 6-105; Graves, S. 3-48. INTERCEPTIONS: WVU-Glover, S. 1-24; Thomas, J. 1-19. Rutgers-None. FUMBLES: WVU-Brown, J. 2-2. Rutgers-None. TOTAL ELAPSED TIME: 3:04 ATTENDANCE: 52,534

Record: (8-5) Record: (9-4)

RUTGERS 15 32-86 294 28-14-1 60-380 0-0 2--5 4-101 2-45 4-39.5 2-1 10-80 31:07 8 of 15 0 of 0 3-3 6-36

2 0 0

First Quarter WVU-Devine 6 yd run (Bitancurt kick), 13:08 RU - FG Te 38 yd, 9:28 WVU - Clark e 1 yd run (Bitancurt kick), 0:46 Third Quarter WVU - Glover 24 yd interception return (Bitancurt kick), 10:01 RU - Lefeged 91 yd kickoff return (Savage rush), 9:48 RU - FG Te 27 yd, 0:27 Fourth Quarter WVU - FG Bitancurt 41 yd, 8:44 RU - Sanu, M. 62 yd pass from Savage (Te kick), 8:31

GAME 13 - RUTGERS 45, UCF 24 ST. PETERSBURG BOWL • DECEMBER 19, 2009 UCF RUTGERS

1 14 3

RUSHING: UCF-HARVEY, B. 13-32; CALABRESE, R. 4-26; KELLY, B. 1-4; DAVIS, J. 7-1; HODGES, B. 5-minus 28. RU-MARTINEK, J. 14-44; SANU, M. 13-41; BROOKS, J. 1-4; TEAM 1-minus 1; SAVAGE, T. 3-minus 2. PASSING: UCF-HODGES, B. 13-28-2-175; CALABRESE, R. 5-7-0-45. RU-SAVAGE, T. 14-27-1-294; SANU, M. 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: UCF-AIKEN, K. 4-65; ROSS, R. 4-49; DAVIS, J. 3-29; GUYTON, A. 2-13; MCDUFFIE, Q. 1-22; NISSLEY, A. 1-18; KAY, R. 1-12; HARVEY, B. 1-7; NEWSOME, J. 1-5. RU-BROWN, T. 4-99; SANU, M. 4-97; MARTINEK, J. 3-66; HARRISON, M. 2-15; GRAVES, S. 1-17. INTERCEPTIONS: UCF-ISHMAEL, K. 1-0. RU-MUNOZ, D. 1-26; ANDERSON, B. 1-19. FUMBLES: UCF-None. RU-SANU, M. 2-1. TOTAL ELAPSED TIME: 3:45 ATTENDANCE: 29,763


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2009 TEAM STATISTICS DATE

OPPONENT

Sept. 7, 2009 CINCINNATI* Sept. 12, 2009 HOWARD Sept. 19, 2009 FIU Sept. 26, 2009 at Maryland Oct. 10, 2009 TEXAS SOUTHERN Oct. 16, 2009 PITT* Oct. 23, 2009 at Army Oct. 31, 2009 at Connecticut* Nov. 12, 2009 #23 USF* Nov. 21, 2009 at Syracuse* Nov. 27, 2009 at Louisville* Dec. 5, 2009 #24 WEST VIRGINIA* Dec. 19, 2009 vs. UCF % % St. Petersburg Bowl (St. Petersburg, Fla.)

TEAM STATISTICS

TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-Yards MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game Neutral Site Games SCORE BY QUARTERS RUTGERS Opponents

OVERALL RECORD

SCORE

15-47 L W 45-7 W 23-15 W 34-13 W 42-0 17-24 L W 27-10 W 28-24 W 31-0 13-31 L W 34-14 21-24 L W 45-24

0-1 1-1 2-1 3-1 4-1 4-2 5-2 6-2 7-2 7-3 8-3 8-4 9-4

RUTGERS

1st 106 58

RUTGERS 375 28.8 211 89 103 19 1747 2223 476 484 3.6 134.4 21 2495 165-327-10 7.6 15.1 191.9 15 4242 811 5.2 326.3 37-882 21-123 15-239 23.8 5.9 15.9 12-4 81-594 45.7 69-2879 41.7 36.9 31:08 63/184 34% 7/18 39% 40-245 41 45 18-28 0-0 30-38 79% 18-38 47% 39-39 100% 343788 7/49113 1/29673 2nd 124 85

CONFERENCE RECORD 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-2 1-2 2-2 2-3 3-3 3-4 3-4

OPPONENT

3rd 49 42

OPP 233 17.9 198 78 106 14 1342 1836 494 441 3.0 103.2 14 2659 216-386-15 6.9 12.3 204.5 13 4001 827 4.8 307.8 69-1387 28-173 10-84 20.1 6.2 8.4 30-19 85-705 54.2 80-3004 37.5 35.0 28:52 54/178 30% 5/16 31% 40-284 9 29 9-14 0-1 23-28 82% 20-28 71% 28-28 100% 165172 5/33034 1/29673 4th 96 48

Total 375 233

TIME 3:10 3:19 3:32 3:00 3:00 3:22 3:02 3:48 3:06 2:56 3:22 3:04 3:05

ATTENDANCE 53737 43722 45273 43848 50169 50296 24098 37045 48057 36759 23422 52534 29673


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2009 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING

GP-GS

SANU, Mohamed

13-13

MARTINEK, Joe

BROOKS, Jourdan

WILLIAMS, De'Antwan LOVELACE, Jabu

Att

Gain Loss

9-1

60

299

17

282

4.7

53

3.8

12

12.0

0

12

-25

-2.3

1

10

-105

-1.8

1

28

1342

3.0

14

62

6-0

44

252

5-2

11

19

SAVAGE, Tom

12-11

59

154

Opponents......

13

Total..........

PASSING

SAVAGE, Tom

NATALE, Domenic SANU, Mohamed LOVELACE, Jabu

DELLAGANNA, Teddy GRAVES, Shamar MARTINEK, Joe Total..........

Opponents......

7-1

9

13-13

8

9-0

9

13

484

94.30

13-4 13 13

13-13 13-4 7-1

JEFFERSON, D.C.

12-10

HARRISON, Mark

8-1

13-10 5-1 2-0

1747

Pct

14.3

0.00

0-1-0

0.0

0.00

0-1-0

0.00

1-4-0

0-1-0

0.0

123.57 165-327-10

Yds

50.0

25.0

117-16 216-386-15

6

0.0

50.5

56.0

4.7

5.3

1

3.1

0

-0.5

-4.6 3.6

Yds

12.5

3

62

49.2

48

6.9

0

26

11.7

0

0

21

5.9 4.0

52

10.4

1

21

27

13.5

0

22

16.6

14.0

0

1 0

46

32

14

1

12

12.0

0

12

13

165

2495

15.1

15

81

12-11

Opponents......

13

1

216

-2

2659

-2.0

12.3

12.2

10.8

10.8 21.6

88.5

27

65

14

66

0

13

0

66

6.9

9.0

21

10.5

0

1

7

7.0

BEAUHARNAIS, Steve LEFEGED, Joe

1

66

29

3.9

0

13 0

29.0

1

11

0

0

INTERCEPTIONS

No.

Yds

Avg

TD

Long

-5.1

MUNOZ, Damaso

2

35

17.5

0

ROWE, David

2

74

37.0

1

1

0

0.0

0

-5.0

-8.8

134.4

103.2

184.2 2.9 6.6

0.0

81

2

17

-0.3

12.0

0

0

McCOURTY, Devin

SANU, Mohamed

Long

13

0.0

Avg/G

7

1

0

TD

1

0

Long

28

83

33

Avg

5.9

42.6

0

Yds

123

49 38

No.

21

0

81

PUNT RETURNS

Total..........

4.0

Avg/G

TD

81

39.2

Lng

Avg

9

26.6

TD

2659 13

1

5

10.6

61

2495 15

11.4

2

21

0

159

108

23

0

0

14

5

0

0

20.9

5

31.3

7

0

1150

140

0

1

0

57

9

38 33

74.4

44

2211 14 213

61 34

0

55

639

9 4

8-0

SAVAGE, Tom Total..........

2223 476

-41

1-7-0

11-1

STROUD, Keith

259

5-0

13-10

-4

44

14-28-3

12

PRATT, Quron

41

92.47

13-10

TRAHAN, Tony

0

5-2

51

CORCORAN, Jack

19

52.3

13-13

HAYES, Julian

15

149-285-7

13-13 107.03 13-0

28

0

Att-Cmp-Int

SANU, Mohamed

YOUNG, Kordell

2

Effic

12-11 128.75

235

10

GP-GS

No.

MARTINEK, Joe

17

1836 494

GP-GS

GRAVES, Shamar

63

30

15

441

RECEIVING

BROWN, Tim

5

967

12

TEAM

5.6

51

361

1

NATALE, Domenic

346

Long Avg/G

1018

62

1-0

BROWN, Tim

TD

206

14

ROBINSON, Mason

Avg

13-10

5-0

YOUNG, Kordell

Net

0.0

191.9 204.5

Opponents......

ANDERSON, Billy

GREENE, Khaseem

28

2 2

BING, Brandon

1

McCOURTY, Devin

1

SILVESTRO, Alex

1

JONES, Brandon LEFEGED, Joe

D'IMPERIO, Ryan

1

173

19 32 0

0 5 0

6.2

9.5

16.0 0.0

0.0 5.0 0.0

0

1

21

19 26

0

32

0

0

0 0 0

56 0

0 5 0

1

38

38.0

1

38

Total..........

15

239

15.9

4

56

KICK RETURNS

No.

LEFEGED, Joe

11

LOWERY, Antonio Opponents......

McCOURTY, Devin BROWN, Tim

SANU, Mohamed

1

10

36

84

Yds

1

25

Avg

TD

Long

32.4

1

91

4

77

19.2

22

22.0

5

5.0

0

35.0

1

882

23.8 20.1

3

1

100

356

1

8

CORCORAN, Jack

1

ANDERSON, Billy

8.4

25.4

LeGRAND, Eric

MUNOZ, Damaso

36

356

12

LAMPERT, Evan

1

14

2

JONES, Brandon

36.0

1

1 1 1

11 35 0

6.0

8.0

11.0 0.0

1 0

98 24

0

14

0

8

0

0

0

22 6

11 35 0

Total..........

37

69

1387

1.5

FUMBLE RETURNS

No.

Yds

Avg

TD

Long

191.9

JOHNSON, George

0

0

0.0

1

0

10.4 5.4

7.0

-0.2

204.5

Opponents......

NOONAN, Charlie Total..........

Opponents......

1

1 1

2

2

1

2.0 2.0

1.0

0

1 0

98

2

2

1


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2009 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS SCORING TE, San San BROWN, Tim MARTINEK, Joe SANU, Mohamed BROOKS, Jourdan GRAVES, Shamar SAVAGE, Tom LOWERY, Antonio WILLIAMS, De'Antwan McCOURTY, Devin BEAUHARNAIS, Steve JOHNSON, George HARRISON, Mark CORCORAN, Jack ROWE, David LEFEGED, Joe D'IMPERIO, Ryan NATALE, Domenic MUNOZ, Damaso ANDERSON, Billy TEAM Total.......... Opponents...... Field Goals TE, San San

TD 0 9 9 8 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 45 29

FGs 18-28 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 18-28 9-14

|---------------------------------PATs-------------------------| Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf 39-39 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 1-1 1 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 1-1 1 0-0 0 0 0-0 1-1 0 2-2 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-1 0 0-0 0 1 39-39 3-4 2 2-2 0 1 28-28 0-0 1 1-1 0 1

FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg 18-28 64.3 0-0 10-11 5-7 3-8 0-2 49

FG SEQUENCE CINCINNATI Howard FIU Maryland Texas Southern PITT Army CONNECTICUT USF Syracuse LOUISVILLE WVU UCF

RUTGERS (24),(20),30,(30) (39),32,(29),(27),45 (23),(37) 24 (23),53 (27),(41) 41 (36),51,(26),(49) 46,(25) (38),45,(27) (43), 46

OPPONENTS (30) (38),(34) 42,(45),30 (41) (37),36,49 (44),32 (41) (25)

PUNTING DELLAGANNA, Teddy TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

No. 68 1 69 80

Yds 2873 6 2879 3004

Avg Long TB 42.2 60 8 6.0 6 0 41.7 60 8 37.5 62 4

KICKOFFS DELLAGANNA, Teddy Total.......... Opponents......

No. 76 76 51

Yds 4697 4697 2958

Avg 61.8 61.8 58.0

TB 5 5 8

Blk 1

FC I20 50+ Blk 15 26 17 1 0 0 0 0 15 26 17 1 23 23 12 5

OB Retn Net YdLn 0 0 20.1 42.2 27 3 23.8 37.6 32

Pts 93 54 54 52 24 10 8 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 2 375 233

TOTAL OFFENSE SAVAGE, Tom MARTINEK, Joe SANU, Mohamed BROOKS, Jourdan WILLIAMS, De'Antwan NATALE, Domenic LOVELACE, Jabu YOUNG, Kordell ROBINSON, Mason BROWN, Tim TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

ALL PURPOSE BROWN, Tim MARTINEK, Joe SANU, Mohamed McCOURTY, Devin LEFEGED, Joe BROOKS, Jourdan WILLIAMS, De'Antwan GRAVES, Shamar JEFFERSON, D.C. YOUNG, Kordell ROWE, David MUNOZ, Damaso HARRISON, Mark HAYES, Julian CORCORAN, Jack LOVELACE, Jabu D'IMPERIO, Ryan LOWERY, Antonio GREENE, Khaseem BEAUHARNAIS, Steve TRAHAN, Tony PRATT, Quron ROBINSON, Mason STROUD, Keith LeGRAND, Eric LAMPERT, Evan NATALE, Domenic TEAM SAVAGE, Tom Total.......... Opponents......

G Plays Rush 12 344 -105 13 207 967 13 69 346 9 60 282 6 44 235 5 39 -25 5 18 53 7 9 28 1 1 12 13 8 -4 9 10 -42 13 811 1747 13 827 1342

G Rush Rec 13 -4 1150 13 967 140 13 346 639 13 0 0 13 0 0 9 282 0 6 235 0 13 0 159 12 0 108 7 28 48 13 0 0 13 0 0 8 0 83 11 0 65 13 0 52 5 53 0 13 0 0 10 0 0 13 0 0 13 0 0 5 0 27 2 0 14 1 12 0 8 0 12 13 0 0 13 0 0 5 -25 0 9 -42 0 12 -105 -2 13 1747 2495 13 1342 2659

PR 0 0 66 21 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 29 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 123 173

Pass 2211 0 38 0 0 213 33 0 0 0 0 2495 2659

KOR 77 0 12 356 356 0 0 0 0 0 0 35 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 5 0 0 0 882 1387

Total Avg/G 2106 175.5 967 74.4 384 29.5 282 31.3 235 39.2 188 37.6 86 17.2 28 4.0 12 12.0 -4 -0.3 -42 -4.7 4242 326.3 4001 307.8

IR 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 74 35 0 0 0 0 38 36 32 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 239 84

Tot Avg/G 1223 94.1 1107 85.2 1063 81.8 377 29.0 368 28.3 282 31.3 235 39.2 159 12.2 108 9.0 76 10.9 74 5.7 70 5.4 83 10.4 65 5.9 63 4.8 53 10.6 38 2.9 36 3.6 32 2.5 29 2.2 27 5.4 14 7.0 12 12.0 12 1.5 8 0.3 5 0.4 -25 -5.0 -42 -4.7 -107 -8.9 5486 422.0 5645 434.2


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2009 DEFENSIVE STATISTICS |--------Tackles--------|

|-Sacks-|

|---Pass Def---|

|-Fumbles-|

DEFENSIVE LEADERS

GP-GS

Solo

Ast

Total

TFL/Yds

No-Yards

Int-Yds

BrUp

QBH

Rcv-Yds

FF

21

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LOWERY, Antonio LEFEGED, Joe

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2009 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Date Sept. 7, 2009 Sept. 12, 2009 Sept. 19, 2009 Sept. 26, 2009 Oct. 10, 2009 Oct. 16, 2009 Oct. 23, 2009 Oct. 31, 2009 Nov. 12, 2009 Nov. 21, 2009 Nov. 27, 2009 Dec. 5, 2009 Dec. 19, 2009

Opponent CINCINNATI HOWARD FIU at Maryland TEXAS SOUTHERN PITT at Army at Connecticut USF at Syracuse at Louisville WEST VIRGINIA UCF

|--------RUSHING--------| No. Yds TD Lg 33 50 1 12 44 245 3 57 41 160 1 25 49 207 2 61 42 253 4 44 20 38 1 11 40 132 2 39 31 86 0 10 42 160 1 37 27 26 0 33 48 239 4 34 35 65 0 13 32 86 2 15

Totals Opponent

484 1747 21 441 1342 14

|-------RECEIVING-------| No. Yds TD Lg 23 243 1 20 8 223 2 68 12 234 0 49 4 42 0 14 15 164 1 34 23 248 1 31 11 197 0 48 13 236 3 81 15 194 2 37 8 104 1 38 10 163 1 32 9 153 1 62 14 294 2 65

61 165 2495 15 62 216 2659 13

81 66

|---------------PASSING---------------| |-------KICK RET-------| |------PUNT RET-------| All Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Lg No Yds TD Lg No Yds TD Lg Purp 23-37-3 243 1 20 4 87 0 30 0 0 0 0 293 8-14-0 223 2 68 2 30 0 25 4 21 0 11 468 12-31-0 234 0 49 2 13 0 15 2 -6 0 0 394 4-13-0 42 0 14 3 60 0 36 0 0 0 0 249 15-22-0 164 1 34 1 10 0 10 0 0 0 0 417 23-41-1 248 1 31 3 64 0 29 2 12 0 8 286 11-22-0 197 0 48 2 58 0 35 1 29 1 11 329 13-25-0 236 3 81 4 163 1 98 2 21 0 13 322 15-30-1 194 2 37 1 19 0 19 3 34 0 10 354 8-18-2 104 1 38 6 129 0 50 2 18 0 11 130 10-18-0 163 1 32 2 44 0 28 2 -7 0 10 402 9-28-2 153 1 62 3 104 1 91 1 6 0 6 218 14-28-1 294 2 65 4 101 1 35 2 -5 0 0 380 165-327-10 2495 15 81 37 882 3 98 21 123 1 216-386-15 2659 13 66 69 1387 1 100 28 173 0

13 4242 21 4001

Games played: 13 Avg per rush: 3.6 Avg per catch: 15.1 Pass efficiency: 123.57 Kick ret avg: 23.8 Punt ret avg: 5.9 All purpose avg/game: 422.0 Total offense avg/gm: 326.3 Date Sept. 7, 2009 Sept. 12, 2009 Sept. 19, 2009 Sept. 26, 2009 Oct. 10, 2009 Oct. 16, 2009 Oct. 23, 2009 Oct. 31, 2009 Nov. 12, 2009 Nov. 21, 2009 Nov. 27, 2009 Dec. 5, 2009 Dec. 19, 2009

|---------TACKLES---------| Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds CINCINNATI 30 54 84 4.0-20 HOWARD 20 58 78 9.0-27 FIU 29 46 75 6.0-36 at Maryland 34 24 58 8.0-32 TEXAS SOUTHERN 21 36 57 14.0-49 PITT 35 50 85 10.0-31 at Army 36 14 50 7.0-16 at Connecticut 39 30 69 4.0-10 USF 26 32 58 13.0-55 at Syracuse 54 18 72 8.0-31 at Louisville 45 6 51 8.0-27 WEST VIRGINIA 36 46 82 11.0-44 UCF 46 14 60 11.0-48 Totals Opponent

Date Sept. 7, 2009 Sept. 12, 2009 Sept. 19, 2009 Sept. 26, 2009 Oct. 10, 2009 Oct. 16, 2009 Oct. 23, 2009 Oct. 31, 2009 Nov. 12, 2009 Nov. 21, 2009 Nov. 27, 2009 Dec. 5, 2009 Dec. 19, 2009

451 428 416 426

|-SACKS-| No-Yds 1.0-9 2.0-12 5.0-33 3.0-24 7.0-34 2.0-13 1.0-5 1.0-2 7.0-45 0.0-0 2.0-14 3.0-18 6.0-36

879 113.0-426 40.0-245 842 97.0-416 40.0-284

Opponent CINCINNATI HOWARD FIU at Maryland TEXAS SOUTHERN PITT at Army at Connecticut USF at Syracuse at Louisville WEST VIRGINIA UCF

No 5 3 5 5 4 6 3 10 3 6 6 9 4

Yds 219 141 215 203 162 230 122 421 141 289 239 339 158

Totals Opponent

69 80

2879 3004

|-FUMBLE-| FF FR-Yds 0 0-0 2 3-2 0 1-0 2 2-0 1 2-0 1 2-0 2 3-0 0 1-0 2 2-0 0 0-0 1 1-0 0 2-0 0 0-0

QB Int-Yds QBH 1-0 5 0-0 7 2-70 22 3-36 0 2-56 9 0-0 9 0-0 0 3-32 0 2-0 6 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 2-45 0

11 6

15-239 10-84

19-2 4-1

58 23

Pass Blkd |------------Kicks--XPTS--------------| Brk Kick Att-Mad Run Rcv Saf Pts 2 0 1-1 0 1 0 15 4 0 4-4 1 0 0 45 6 0 2-2 0 0 0 23 3 0 4-4 0 0 0 34 5 0 6-6 0 0 0 42 3 1 2-2 0 0 0 17 3 1 3-3 0 0 0 27 6 0 4-4 0 0 0 28 1 1 2-2 1 0 0 31 0 3 0-0 0 1 1 13 5 0 4-4 0 0 0 34 3 0 1-1 1 0 0 21 1 0 6-6 0 0 0 45 42 45

6 2

39-39 28-28

3 0

2 1

1 1

375 233

|------------------PUNTING------------------| |-----FIELD GOALS-----| Avg Long Blkd TB FC 50+ I20 Att-Made Lg Blkd 43.8 54 0 0 1 2 2 0-0 0 0 47.0 50 0 1 2 1 2 4-3 30 0 43.0 51 0 2 1 1 2 5-3 39 1 40.6 51 0 1 2 2 3 2-2 37 0 40.5 45 0 1 0 0 1 1-0 0 0 38.3 53 0 0 3 2 3 2-1 23 0 40.7 47 0 0 2 0 1 2-2 41 0 42.1 54 0 1 0 3 3 1-0 0 0 47.0 56 0 0 0 1 1 4-3 49 0 48.2 60 0 0 2 2 4 2-1 25 0 39.8 50 0 1 1 1 2 0-0 0 0 37.7 58 1 1 0 1 0 3-2 38 0 39.5 50 0 0 1 1 2 1-2 43 0

|-----------------KICKOFFS-----------------| No Yds Avg TB OB 4 253 63.2 0 0 9 598 66.4 2 0 6 356 59.3 0 0 7 408 58.3 0 0 7 400 57.1 1 0 3 194 64.7 0 0 6 393 65.5 0 0 5 300 60.0 0 0 7 415 59.3 1 0 3 206 68.7 0 0 6 371 61.8 1 0 5 300 60.0 0 0 8 503 62.9 0 0

41.7 37.5

76 4697 51 2958

60 62

1 5

8 4

15 17 23 12

26 23

18-28 9-14

49 45

1 4

61.8 58.0

5 8

0 3


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GAME HIGHS Rushes

INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS - 2009 25

Yards Rushing TD Rushes Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing TD Passes Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions Long Reception Field Goals

148 3 61 39 23 294 3 81 10 162 2 81 3

Long Field Goal Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss

49 10 48.2 60 13 98 14 2.5 3.0

Interceptions

Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes

Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By

First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By

1

TEAM GAME HIGHS - 2009 49 253 6.0 4 41 23

294 15.9 3 72 468 8.1 45 7

22 13 88 3 3

MARTINEK, Joe at Army (Oct 23, 2009) MARTINEK, Joe vs USF (Nov 12, 2009) SANU, Mohamed at Louisville (Nov 27, 2009) BROOKS, Jourdan vs Howard (Sep 12, 2009) MARTINEK, Joe at Maryland (Sep 26, 2009) SAVAGE, Tom vs Pitt (Oct 16, 2009) SAVAGE, Tom vs Pitt (Oct 16, 2009) SAVAGE, Tom vs UCF (Dec 19, 2009) SAVAGE, Tom at Connecticut (Oct 31, 2009) SAVAGE, Tom at Connecticut (Oct 31, 2009) SANU, Mohamed vs Cincinnati (Sep 07, 2009) BROWN, Tim at Connecticut (Oct 31, 2009) BROWN, Tim at Connecticut (Oct 31, 2009) BROWN, Tim at Connecticut (Oct 31, 2009) TE, San San vs Howard (Sep 12, 2009) TE, San San vs FIU (Sep 19, 2009) TE, San San vs USF (Nov 12, 2009) TE, San San vs USF (Nov 12, 2009) DELLAGANNA, Ted at Connecticut (Oct 31, 2009) DELLAGANNA, Ted at Syracuse (Nov 21, 2009) DELLAGANNA, Ted at Syracuse (Nov 21, 2009) SANU, Mohamed at Connecticut (Oct 31, 2009) McCOURTY, Devin at Connecticut (Oct 31, 2009) D'IMPERIO, Ryan at Syracuse (Nov 21, 2009) FREENY, Jonatha vs Texas Southern (Oct 10, 2009) FREENY, Jonatha vs Howard (Sep 12, 2009) FREENY, Jonatha vs Texas Southern (Oct 10, 2009) JOHNSON, George vs USF (Nov 12, 2009) LOWERY, Antonio vs USF (Nov 12, 2009) McCOURTY, Devin at Syracuse (Nov 21, 2009) SILVESTRO, Alex vs Cincinnati(Sep 07, 2009) GREENE, Khaseem vs FIU (Sep 19, 2009) D'IMPERIO, Ryan vs FIU (Sep 19, 2009) McCOURTY, Devin at Maryland (Sep 26, 2009) ANDERSON, Billy at Maryland (Sep 26, 2009) LOWERY, Antonio at Maryland (Sep 26, 2009) ROWE, David vs Texas Southern (Oct 10, 2009) BING, Brandon vs Texas Southern (Oct 10, 2009) ROWE, David at Connecticut(Oct 31, 2009) MUNOZ, Damaso at Connecticut (Oct 31, 2009) LEFEGED, Joe at Connecticut (Oct 31, 2009) GREENE, Khaseem vs USF (Nov 12, 2009) JONES, Brandon vs USF (Nov 12, 2009) MUNOZ, Damaso vs UCF (Dec 19, 2009 ANDERSON, Billy vs UCF (Dec. 19, 2009) at Maryland (Sep 26, 2009) vs Texas Southern (Oct 10, 2009) vs Texas Southern (Oct 10, 2009) vs Texas Southern (Oct 10, 2009) at Louisville (Nov 27, 2009) vs Pitt (Oct 16, 2009) vs Cincinnati (Sep 07, 2009) vs Pitt (Oct 16, 2009) vs UCF (Dec 19, 2009) vs Howard (Sep 12, 2009) at CONNECTICUT (Oct 31, 2009) vs FIU (Sep 19, 2009) vs USF (Nov 12, 2009) vs Howard (Sep 12, 2009) vs Howard (Sep 12, 2009) vs Howard (Sep 12, 2009) vs UCF (Dec 19, 2009) vs Texas Southern (Oct 10, 2009) vs USF (Nov 12, 2009) vs Cincinnati (Sep 07, 2009) vs FIU (Sep 19, 2009) vs FIU (Sep 19, 2009) vs Cincinnati (Sep 07, 2009) at Maryland (Sep 26, 2009) at Connecticut (Oct 31, 2009)


148

R ICHA R D L. McCOR MICK PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY Richard L. McCormick is the 19th president of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. A scholar of American political history who began his academic career on the Rutgers faculty, he returned as president in 2002 after serving as provost of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and president of the University of Washington. Dr. McCormick’s goal is to advance Rutgers within the top tier of American public research universities. His ambitions for the university include an enriched learning experience for every student; teaching and research focused on global human problems; diversity of students, faculty, staff, and programs; and deeper connections with the people of New Jersey. President McCormick led a major restructuring and reinvigoration of undergraduate education at Rutgers-New Brunswick, the university’s largest campus. The plan merged four undergraduate colleges into a School of Arts and Sciences, expanded access to academic programs and learning communities, and established a popular First-Year Seminar program that offers more than 100 courses – each with no more than 20 students – on a wide range of topics taught by top faculty. Other initiatives undertaken during Dr. McCormick’s tenure include: * The Rutgers Future Scholars Program, a pilot project to encourage minority and low-income teenagers from the university’s host cities to pursue higher education by offering mentorship and college preparation support, and the promise of free tuition to those admitted to Rutgers. * Establishment of the first-ever universitywide alumni body, the Rutgers University Alumni Association. * Rutgers Against Hunger, an initiative that combines volunteerism, research, education, and donations to address food security in the state of New Jersey. * Rutgers-Camden’s first-ever doctoral-level academic program, a Ph.D. in childhood studies – the first in the nation in this emerging discipline. * Establishment of the School of Public Affairs and Administration, Rutgers-Newark’s first new school in more than three decades. Born in 1947, President McCormick earned a B.A. in American studies from Amherst College in 1969 and a Ph.D. in history from Yale University in 1976. He is married to Joan Barry McCormick, RU ’88. She is a Vice President at the Saint Peter’s Healthcare System in New Brunswick. Dr. McCormick has three children, Betsy, Michael, and Katie.


149 A BRIEF HISTORY

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is one of the leading universities in the nation. The university is comprised of 27 degree-granting divisions; 10 undergraduate colleges, 11 graduate schools, and six schools offering both undergraduate and graduate degrees. Five are located in Camden, eight in Newark, and 13 in New Brunswick and one in Newark and New Brunswick. Rutgers has a unique history as a colonial college, a land-grant institution, and a state university. Chartered in 1766 as Queen's College, the eighth institution of higher learning to be founded in the colonies, the school opened its doors in New Brunswick in 1771 with a handful of firstyear students. During its early years, the college developed as a classic liberal arts institution. In 1825, the name of the college was changed to honor a former trustee and Revolutionary War veteran, Colonel Henry Rutgers. Rutgers College became the land-grant college of New Jersey in 1864, resulting in the establishment of the Rutgers Scientific School, featuring departments of agriculture, engineering, and chemistry. Further expansion in the sciences came with the founding of the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station in 1880, the College of Engineering (now the School of Engineering) in 1914, and the College of Agriculture (now the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences) in 1921. The precursors to several other Rutgers divisions were also established during this period: the College of Pharmacy (now the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy) in 1892, the New Jersey College for Women (now Douglass Residential College, part of the School of Arts and Sciences) in 1918, and the School of Education (now Graduate School of Education) in 1924. In 1924, Rutgers College officially became Rutgers University, a reflection of the institution’s rapidly expanding number of schools and academic programs. Early in the century, Rutgers had begun offering educational opportunities to women when the New Jersey College for Women was founded in 1918, and to adult learners when University College, an evening division, was established in 1934. After World War II, enrollment exploded as Rutgers admitted all qualified candidates under the GI Bill. Rutgers was becoming an institution for all people, and in 1945 and 1956, state legislative acts formally designated Rutgers as The State University of New Jersey. A flurry of expansion ensued. The University of Newark (now Rutgers–Newark) joined Rutgers in 1946, followed by the College of South Jersey (now Rutgers–Camden) in 1950. An ambitious building program added libraries, classrooms, and student housing across the three regional campuses. In 1969, Livingston College opened, providing a coeducational residential experience with a special commitment to diversity. Graduate education in the arts and sciences grew through the establishment of the Graduate School–New Brunswick, the Graduate School–Newark, and the Graduate School–Camden. Professional schools were formed to serve students in the fields of business; communication, information, and library studies; criminal justice; education; fine arts; law; management and labor relations; nursing; planning and public policy; psychology; public affairs and administration; and social work. Meanwhile, as industry and government sought partners in solving problems and advancing knowledge, the concept of the research university emerged. In 1981, Rutgers adopted a blueprint for its transformation into a major public research university. With increased support from state, federal, and corporate partners, Rutgers’ strength in research grew dramatically. In 1989, in recognition of its enhanced stature, Rutgers was invited to join the prestigious Association of American Universities, an organization comprising the top 63 research universities in North America. Today, professors and students work in more than 230 specialized research centers, unraveling mysteries in marine sciences, early childhood education, neuroscience, advanced materials, climate change, nutrition, homeland security, transportation, stem cells, and many other areas that can improve life both in New Jersey and around the world. A 2007 major reorganization of undergraduate education in New Brunswick reinvigorated the undergraduate experience for both students and faculty by combining the traditions and strengths of four undergraduate liberal arts colleges—Douglass, Livingston, Rutgers, and University—into a single School of Arts and Sciences. With 27 schools and colleges, Rutgers offers over 100 undergraduate majors and more than 100 graduate and professional degree programs. The university graduates more than 10,000 students each year, and has more than 380,000 living alumni residing in all 50 states and on six continents. Rutgers also sponsors community initiatives in all 21 New Jersey counties. Universitywide, new degree programs, research endeavors, and community outreach are in development to meet the demands of the 21st century. Today, Rutgers continues to grow, both in its facilities and in the variety and depth of its educational and research programs. The university's goals for the future include the continued provision of the highest quality education, along with the increased support of research and commitment to public service to meet the needs of society.

U N D E R G R A D U AT E M A J O R P R O G R A M S O F S T U D Y Accounting African & African-American Studies African-American Studies Africana Studies Agricultural Science Allied Health Technologies American Studies Ancient and Medieval Civilizations Animal Science Anthropology Anthropology, Evolutionary Art/Design/Digital Art (B.F.A.) Art/Visual Arts (B.A.) Art/Visual Arts (B.F.A.) Art History Astrophysics Biochemistry Bioenvironmental Engineering Biological Sciences Biology Biomathematics Biomedical Technology (B.S.) Biotechnology Botany Business Administration Cell Biology and Neuroscience Central and Eastern European Studies Chemistry

Childhood Studies Chinese Classics Clinical Laboratory Sciences Communication Comparative Literature Computer Science Criminal Justice Dance (B.A.) Dance (B.F.A.) East Asian Languages and Area Studies Ecology and Natural Resources Education Teacher Certification Economics Education Engineering Applied Sciences Engineering Biomedical Engineering Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Electrical and Computer Engineering General Engineering Industrial & Systems Engineering Materials Science and Engineering Mechanical/Aerospace Engineering

English Environmental/Business Economics Environmental Planning and Design Environmental Planning and Design/Landscape Architecture Environmental Policy, Institutions, and Behavior Environmental Science European Studies Exercise Science Finance Food Science French General Science Genetics Genetics & Microbiology Geography Geological Sciences Geology Geoscience Engineering German History History/French History/Political Science Hospitality Management Human-Computer Interaction Human Resource

Management Independent/Individualized Major Information Systems Information Technology and Informatics Interdisciplinary Major Italian Italian Studies Jewish Studies Journalism and Media Studies Journalism Labor Studies/Employment Relations Latin American Studies Latino and Hispanic Caribbean Studies Law (6-year Joint B.A. /J.D.) Liberal Studies Linguistics Management Management and Global Business Management Information Systems Marine Sciences Marketing Mathematics Mathematics, Applied Medical Technology

Medicine, Osteopathic (7-year Joint Camden/UMDNJ, School of Osteopathic Medicine) Medicine (8-year Joint New Brunswick/Robert Wood Johnson Medical School) Medicine (7-year Joint NCAS/UMDNJ offered in Newark) Medieval Studies Meteorology Microbiology Middle Eastern Studies Molecular Biology and Biochemistry Music (B.A.) Music (B.Mus.) Nursing Nutritional Sciences Pharmacy Philosophy Physician Assistant (w/University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey-UMDNJ) Physics Physics, Applied Planning and Public Policy Plant Science Political Science Portuguese

Portuguese and Lusophone World Studies Prebusiness Predentistry Prelaw Premedicine Preveterinary Medicine Psychology Public Health Public Service Puerto Rican Studies Religion Russian Science, Technology, and Society Science, General Social Work Sociology Spanish Statistics Statistics/Mathematics Supply Chain Management Teacher Certification Theater Theater Arts Theater Arts, Television and Media Arts Urban Studies Video Production Visual Arts Women’s Studies Women’s and Gender Studies Zoology


150 RUTGERS AT A GLANCE • Chartered in 1766 as Queen’s College, Rutgers is the eighth oldest college in the nation. • Rutgers was designated the State University of New Jersey by legislative acts in 1945 and 1956. • Rutgers is New Jersey’s largest public research university and is located on three regional campuses in Camden, Newark, and New Brunswick/Piscataway. • Rutgers was named New Jersey’s land-grant university in 1864 and has a special responsibility for serving the needs of the state. • Rutgers is a member of the Association of American Universities (AAU), a highly selective organization comprised of the 63 leading research universities in North America. • There are 27 degree-granting schools and colleges, offering more than 270 total bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral and professional degree programs. • Rutgers is one of New Jersey’s major employers with more than 13,000 full-time faculty and staff. • For every dollar New Jersey invests in Rutgers, the university channels $6 into the state’s economy. The University’s 2009 economic impact report showed that Rutgers and its faculty, staff, students and visitors channel $3.8 billion in direct and indirect spending into the state economy – more than six times the state’s $595.3 million investment in the university. • With holdings of more than 3.6 million volumes, the Rutgers library system ranks among the nation’s largest. • Rutgers enrolls more than 54,000 students, including over 40,000 undergraduates and 14,000 graduate students. • More than 10,000 students each year earn a degree from Rutgers. • The university has more than 380,000 living alumni; 216,000 alumni reside in New Jersey. • In 2008, the Middle States Commission on Higher Education reaccredited Rutgers for the next 10 years. TEACHING AND LEARNING • Rutgers faculty include Fulbright Scholars, Guggenheim Fellows, members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and winners of many other prestigious awards and grants. • Rutgers History Professor Annette Gordon-Reed was awarded the 2009 Pulitzer Prize in history for her landmark work, The Hemingses of Monticello: An American Family (W. W. Norton, 2008). • The graduate philosophy department is ranked second in the English-speaking world by the Philosophical Gourmet Report. • Rutgers Business School-Newark and New Brunswick (RBS) is uniquely positioned at the epicenter of global business – just under 20 minutes from New York City – giving students easy access to leading global corporations to build lasting relationships. RBS delivers cutting-edge curricula that combine the mix of business and science required by today’s employers. • RBS is consistently ranked as the top business school in New Jersey and among the top three in the Greater New York Metropolitan area. The Executive MBA is ranked 13th in the U.S. by The Financial Times and the Master of Quantitative Finance is among the top 10 programs nationally, as ranked by Wall Street executives. The MBA program was ranked 17th in the country for the employment rate of its graduates three months after graduation by U.S. News & World Report. To meet rising demand, a new on-year MBA track was created for students with advanced standing. • In Newark, the business School resides in a new state-of-the-art building which opened in 2009. And in New Brunswick, a new building will open in 2013 as the center of a new Livingston Professional Campus, accommodating the massive growth in the new four-year undergraduate program. • The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy is ranked fourth among the nation’s top graduate programs in urban planning according to a survey by Planetizen, a Los Angeles-based planning and development network. RESEARCH Streptomycin, the first effective cure for tuberculosis, and other potent antibiotics were discovered at Rutgers by Professor Selman Waksman and his students in the 1940s. Waksman received the Nobel Prize for his important contributions to medicine. • The Rutgers Stem Cell Research Center, part of the Division of Life Sciences of the School of Arts and Sciences, is located in Nelson Laboratories on the New Brunswick campus where its mission is to support research with human embryonic stem cells for Rutgers University researchers and collaborators. • The Rutgers Cell and DNA Repository is a valuable resource for researchers around the world studying the role heredity plays in such complex genetic diseases as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, autism, Alzheimer’s, alcoholism, diabetes, and Tourette's syndrome. • The Protein Data Bank, based at Rutgers, is the international repository of three-dimensional protein structures. With $30 million in federal funding, the data bank provides vital information on more than 57,000 proteins and other macromolecules for scientists working to design more effective treatments for disease. • Rutgers’ Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences ranks among America’s top 15 marine research organizations based on peer competition for all federally funded oceanographic research. • The Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, the only pharmacy school in New Jersey and one of the top institutions of its kind in the nation, ranks in the top 10 percent among pharmacy schools nationwide in research dollars awarded by the National Institutes of Health with $8.8 million of funding awarded to the school in 2009. • Rutgers holds more than 550 United States patents, 325 of which have been issued since 2000. Since 1989, Rutgers has licensed more than 65 start-up or early-stage companies. • Rutgers is a partner in the Southern African Large Telescope, one of the world's largest optical telescopes and the southern hemisphere's newest eye-on-the-sky. • Rutgers University is leading the Northeast Structural Genomics Consortium, a $52.7 million research program to reveal the roles that proteins play in life’s most fundamental processes. SERVICE TO NEW JERSEY • Rutgers’ Center for Government Services trains New Jersey’s municipal employees to better serve their constituents and trains approximately 8,000 annually through 18 separate programs and 150 courses. • In 2005, the Division of Continuing Studies offered 3,700 course sections to more than 45,000 individuals. Courses are offered in every county in New Jersey. • The Office of the New Jersey State Climatologist at Rutgers is the state’s official weather resource. • Each year, Rutgers holds the New Jersey Folk Festival and Ag Field Day on a single Saturday in April. In 2009, the University built on these events and hosted the inaugural “Rutgers Day,” which now encompasses the five New Brunswick campuses and brings more than 75,000 people to Rutgers to celebrate the institution’s three-part mission of teaching, research and service. SERVICE TO THE NATION • Rutgers research on life deep beneath the ocean’s surface is prominently featured in “Volcanoes of the Deep,” an IMAX film that has been shown at museums around the country. • Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station has offices in all 21 New Jersey counties and serves the residents of the state through research, education and service programs that run the gamut from 4-H Youth Development to family and community health. Research from the Experiment Station has led to renowned Jersey tomatoes, disease-resistant dogwoods, improved coastline management, new forms of mosquito control and world-famous turfgrass varieties that have been used everywhere from the new Yankee Stadium to the Augusta National Golf Club. • Rutgers School of Environmental and Biological Sciences builds on a tradition of hands-on learning and research excellence in areas that cover the biological spectrum from organisms to ecosystems. Students and researchers alike are dedicated to finding solutions to the problems that most concern our state’s residents, particularly in the areas of environmental sustainability, alternative energy, food, health and nutrition. • Such nationally respected institutes at Rutgers as the National Transit Institute and the National Institute for Early Education Research are helping to shape national and state policy in critical areas. • Rutgers is the nation’s primary source for anti-terror security training for public transit workers. • In April of 2009, Rutgers was selected by the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to co-lead a new DHS Center of Excellence in Command, Control, and Interoperability (CCI) to conduct research into the technological issues involved with maintaining homeland security. It is one of 12 DHS Centers of Excellence in the nation. • The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy’s National Transit Institute is one of seven academic institutions around the nation that will make up a new National Transportation Security Center of Excellence. • Most meals ready to eat (MREs) manufactured for our nation’s troops are produced using Rutgers-developed technology. • The Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center is a pioneer in developing effective methods to help autistic children.


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Douglas P. Boyd GSNB’68, CEO of TeleSecurity Sciences Inc. and the holder of 13 U.S. patents. His pioneering research has advanced cardiac-imaging technology and explosive-detection systems worldwide. Greg Brown LC’82, Co-chief executive officer of Motorola Inc. and chief executive officer of Motorola’s Broadband Mobility Solutions business. Junot Díaz RC’92, Writer whose 2007 novel, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, won a Pulitzer Prize, National Book Critics Circle Award, and Dayton Literary Peace Prize. Alfred A. Edmond Jr. RC’83, Editor-in-chief of BlackEnterprise.com, senior vice president of Earl G. Graves Publishing Co. Inc., and a member of the Black Enterprise editorial board. Margaret Marsh CCAS’67, GSNB’69, ’74, Historian of medicine who has authored four books and numerous articles and reviews. She is also a University Professor of History at Rutgers–Camden. PREVIOUS INDUCTEES Judge Abraham Abuchowski, CCAS ’70, GSNB ’75, Created drugs to treat childhood diseases and later founded Enzon, Inc. Rutgers–Camden placed him among its top 50 graduates at its 50th anniversary in 2000. (2002) Roger G. Ackerman, Eng ’60, GSNB ‘62 Corning visionary who led the company to the forefront of the digital age through his work on fiberoptics for internet systems. (2001) Martin Agronsky, RC ’36, Distinguished Journalist; Emmy Winner. Best known as the host of PBS television's Washington-based political talk show Agronsky & Company, Martin Agronsky pioneered the "talking heads" news format. He died in 1999 at age 84. (1995) Phillip Alampi, Ag ’34,GSE ’45, NJ Secretary of Agriculture. He earned 146 awards, including an honorary doctorate from Rutgers in 1969 and the Rutgers Alumni Association's Ernest T. Gardner Award for public leadership in 1985. He died in 1992 at age 79. (1994) Walter G. Alexander II, COE ‘43, The first black man to graduate from the College of Engineering in 1943. He later became the first black man to be appointed to New Jersey's State Board of Dentistry in 1972. He retired in 2007, having practiced dentistry for more than 50 years. (2009) Adrienne Scotchbrook Anderson, DC ’45, LHD ’91, Engineer; Chair, Board of Governors (1993) Richard L. Aregood, CCAS ’65, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist and threetime winner of the Distinguished Writing Award of the American Society of Newspaper Editors. (1993) Jerome Aresty, RC '51, Developed Alfred Dunner Inc, a major sportswear firm in 1964. The company rose to the top of the fashion industry and currently has annual sales of nearly $100 million. Aresty has since retired from the business and concentrates his efforts on supporting several philanthropic organizations; chief among them is Rutgers. The state-of-the-art Aresty Amphitheater at Rutgers Stadium a prime example of his generosity. He passed away on June 5, 2009. (2007) Richard H. Askin Jr., RC ‘69, Askin recently completed a successful tenure as the second-longest-serving chairman and CEO of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, the honorary organization responsible for the Primetime Emmy Awards. For 10 years, he was president and CEO of Tribune Entertainment Company. (2008) Alice Aycock, DC ’68, Fine Arts Professor at Yale School of Visual Arts, Sculptor, Awarded National Endowment for the Arts (1993) Margaret C. Ayers, DC ’63, Philanthropist, activist. She is Executive Director of the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation. The foundation supports projects that advance women's reproductive rights and health nationally, monitor government performance in providing services to New York's most impoverished and vulnerable residents, and promote and nurture the arts in New York. (1998) Mary L. Baglivo, RC ‘79, One of the highest ranking women in the U.S. communications industry. As CEO and chair of the Americas at Saatchi & Saatchi, she has a seat on the Worldwide Executive Board and is responsible for the largest

ACTRESS KRISTIN DAVIS agency within the global network as well as Saatchi’s Latin American and Canadian regions. member of the American Advertising Federation Hall of Achievement and the 2007 Woman of the Year title by Advertising Women of New York. She sits on the Rutgers University Foundation Board of Overseers, serving as chair of The Rutgers Fund. She also supports the Mary L. Baglivo Scholarship in the School of Communications, Information and Library Studies. (2008) Charles Bailey, RC ’30, Heart Surgeon who developed new techniques and instruments for heart surgery, Passed away in 1993. (1991) Sol J. Barer, Graduate School-NB ‘74, Celgene Corporation’s chairman and CEO, delivering innovative and life-changing products that treat cancer and other severe immune/inflammatory conditions. (2008) Harland Bartholomew, Eng ’11, City planner (1998). For many years he was president of Harland Bartholomew & Associates, a firm that served as city planners for at least 125 major American and Canadian cities. He died in December 1989, a few months after his 100th birthday. Mario F. Batali, RC ‘82 Highly regarded chef with 14 restaurants, eight cookbooks, popular television programs, and philanthropy. (2004) Julia Baxter-Bates, DC ’38, Civil rights activist, The first African-American student admitted to Douglass College and was a Research Director for New York NAACP (1996). Julia Bates died in 2003. Fannie Bear Besser, NLaw ’20, Lawyer that was an Advocate for the Poor and social justice for over 60 years. In 1989, she earned the governor's Alice Paul Humanitarian Award for professional performance that exemplifies the "best and noblest characteristics of humankind." She died in 1992, just shy of her 92nd birthday. (1992) Felix M. Beck, SB ’49, GSM ’53, Housing and mortgage Executive. Was president of the Mortgage Bankers of America in 1983 and 1984. He also served as chair and CEO of Margaretten Financial Corporation and Margaretten & Company, Inc. (1998) Elise Biorn-Hansen Boulding, DC ’40, Sociologist, peace scholar, and activist, Founder of the International Peace Research Association. In 1990 she was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize by the American Friends Service Committee. (1994) Samuel G. Blackman, RC ’27, GSNB ’30, AP Journalist who broke Lindbergh kidnapping story. Retired from Journalism in 1969 to direct the American Press Institute. He passed away in 1995. (1997) Elizabeth Blume-Silverstein, NLaw, 1911 A member of the first graduating class of Rutgers School of Law-Newark, she was one of the first women to practice law in New Jersey and ran one of the most active law practices in Newark. She Died in 1991. (2001)

F. Herbert Bormann, Ag ’48, Renowned Ecologist and past president of the Ecological Society of America and a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the National Academy of Science. (1988) Joseph P. Bradley, RC 1836, President Ulysses S. Grant appointed him to the U.S. Supreme Court in 1870, where he served until his death in 1892. (1991) Floyd H. Bragg, RC ’36, Chairman, He served as chair of Rutgers' Board of Governors and of the Rutgers University Foundation Board of Overseers, as well as president of the Rutgers Alumni Association. (1991) Philip Milledoler Brett, RC 1892, New York City Lawyer and former Rutgers President from 1930-1932. Brett Died in 1960 at the age of 89. (1998) Leonie Milhomme Brinkema, DC ‘66; SCILS ‘70 Legal professonal who led the conviction of three men who were directly involved in the attacks on Sept. 11. (2004) Avery F. Brooks, LC ’73, MGSA ’75, Actor, Director, Teacher. starred as Captain Sisko, the main character in the TV series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Awarded William Shakespeare Award for Classical Theater in 2007 (1993) Charles H. Brower, RC ’25, CEO, BBD&O; Chair, Board of Governors. He was inducted into the American Advertising Federation's Hall of Fame in 1981. Passed away in 1984 at the age of 82. (1993) Arthur R. Brown, Jr. GSNB ’77, Served as a county agricultural agent with Rutgers Cooperative Extension for several years before Gov. Tom Kean named him New Jersey’s Secretary of Agriculture in 1982. Also worked for Gov. Jim Florio and Gov. Christine Whitman. (2002) Lester R. Brown, Ag ’55, Global Environmentalist and joined the U.S. Department of Agriculture in 1959. Founder and president of Earth Policy Institute. Former President World Watch. (1995) Wayne R. Bryant, CLAW '72 Former New Jersey state senator (1995-2008) and Attorney (2005) Frank R. Burns, Ed ’49, GSE ’64, Former Head Football Coach. Inducted into the Rutgers Football Hall of Fame in 1989. (1993) Ruth Ann Burns, DC ’67, GSNB ’75, Public Television Executive, former vice president and director of Educational Resource Center for Thirteen/WNET, president of Burns Group. (1989) John J. Byrne, Jr., RC ’54, Chairman & CEO of Fund American Enterprises, Inc.; Former Chairman & CEO of GEICO Corporation (1996) William T. Cahill, CLaw ’37, New Jersey Governor. He died in 1996 at age 84(1990) Patricia Smith Campbell,DC ‘63 A research scientist with ALZA, pioneered the development of the technologies that allow treatments by using adhesive patches to deliver a controlled dose of medicine through the skin. (2004)

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Dorothy W. Cantor, Graduate School of APP ‘ 76, Became the first person with a Psy.D. degree and the first woman clinician to lead the American Psychological Association, the world's largest association of psychologists. She has served as president of the American Psychological Foundation since 2001. (2009) James Dickson Carr, RC 1892, Lawyer; First African-American Graduate. Died in 1920. (1991) Clifford P. Case, RC ’25, Former Congressmen and U.S. Senator. passed away in 1982 (1988) Ida L. Castro, GSNB ’78, NLaw ’82, Chairwoman of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, first Latina recipient of the Rutgers Hall of Distinguished Alumni Award. She became the first Latina commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Personnel in 2002, a position she held until 2007. (1999). Stanley F. Cherrie, RC '64, A member of the Rutgers baseball and football teams who went on to become an officer in the U.S. Army where he rose to brigadier general and had two assignments in Vietnam. Earned the Distinguished Superior Service Medal before he retired from the U.S. Army in April 1998. (2007) Deron L. Cherry, Cook ’81, Former football great, business entrepreneur, Co-owner NFL football team. Inducted into the Rutgers Football Hall of Fame in 1993. (2000) Jay Chiat, Educ ’53, Influential advertising giant, a trailblazer whose creative genius revolutionized his industry (2000) Carol Teda Christ, DC ‘ 66 In 2002, Carol Teda Christ became the 10th president of Smith College, one of the largest women’s colleges in the nation. She was inducted into the Douglass Society in 2001. Former chair of Screaming Media. Chiat died in April 2002. (2003) John P. Clum, RC 1874, American frontiersman, was acting governor of New Mexico territory. Clum died in 1932. (1996) Stanley N. Cohen, RC ’56, Geneticist and author, He was inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame for his DNA research and received National Medal of Science in 1986 from President Reagan. (1994) Barbara Bell Coleman, Newark College of Arts and Sciences 1974 Former President of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Newark, coordinating development programs for 5,000 youngsters. (2004) Kevin J. Collins, NLaw ’64, Attorney, investment banking authority. He has been chair of the Rutgers Board of Governors and Board of Trustees, and the Rutgers University Foundation Board of Overseers. (1998) David L. Cowen, RC ’30, GSNB ’31, Pharmaceutical Historian and former chairmen at the Council of the Institute of Pharmacy for 10 years. Cowen passed away in 2006. (1992) Spencer R. Crew, GSNB ’73, ‘79 Executive director and chief executive officer of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. The center, “show(s) the pro-active way African Americans sought freedom and the way people united in support of the belief that freedom was important to preserve for everyone.” (2003) James Cullen, RC ’64, Business executive and former president of Bell Atlantic Enterprises, New Jersey Bell, and the Bell Atlantic Corporation. He oversaw the merger of Bell Atlantic and NYNEX and was chair of the national steering committee for the Rutgers Campaign. (2002) Robert Curvin, NCAS ’60, SSW ’67, Political scientist; Author; National Advocate for the Poor. President of Greentree Foundation. (1995)

Kristin Davis Mason Gross ‘87, Kristin Davis became a household name for her portrayal of Charlotte York in Sex and the City, the HBO series. She and the ensemble cast won or were nominated for numerous awards. At Rutgers, Davis studied under legendary acting coach and theater arts professor William Esper. (2009) William H.S. Demarest, RC 1883, Rutgers University President. Died in 1956. (1992) Simeon DeWitt, RC 1776, George Washington’s Chief Geographer. Died in 1834. (1995) Robert A. Druskin, RC ’69, Former COO of Citigroup Inc. Now Chairman of E*Trade Finanical Corporation. Established the Harriett and Robert Druskin Endowed Scholarship in 2001, which aids students who face financial challenges. He received the 2001-02 Rutgers University Medal for Philanthropic Excellence. Member of the Board of Trustees. (2007) Rene J. Dubos, GSNB ’27, Bacteriologist; Environmentalist. Dubos wrote 20 books, including So Human An Animal, for which he won a Pulitzer Prize for nonfiction in 1969. Dubos died in 1982. (1992) Janet Evanovich, DC ’65, Author of the popular comedycrime novels featuring bounty hunter Stephanie Plum. The number-one New York Times best-selling Plum novels have been described as part Indiana Jones, part Moonlighting, and part Midnight Run.(2002) Calista Flockhart, MGSA ‘88 Flockhart became a household name, having starred for five years in the highly rated television show Ally McBeal. Won the 1998 Golden Globe award and a 1999 Emmy for outstanding comedy series. Stars on ABC drama Brothers and Sisters. (2003) Jim Florio, CLaw ’67, Former Congressmen and New Jersey Governor. He was the former chair of the Federal Home Loan Bank of New York. (1995) Sharon A. Fordham, DC ‘75 The chief executive officer of WeightWatchers.com, Inc., she has earned many industry awards for her new product efforts, including several Edison Awards for “New Product of the Year” and Gold Effies for Most Effective Advertising. (2003) Jeanne M. Fox, DC ’75, CLaw ’79, Environmentalist, Feminist, Fox is a former president of the state's Board of Public Utilities who now serves as Commissioner. She is Former Regional Administrator for U.S. EPA (1997) Frederick T. Frelinghuysen, RC 1836, Senator, U.S. Secretary of State. Died in 1885 (1990) Milton Friedman, RC ’32, Economist and he won the Nobel Prize for economics in 1976. He passed away in 2006. (1987) C. Reed Funk, GSNB ’62, Joined Cook College as an instructor in 1956 and led one of the world’s most productive turf grass-breeding programs for 34 years. Inducted into inventors Hall of Fame, recipient of US Department of Agriculture’s Distinguished Service Award for Agricultural Research. (2002) Albert R. Gamper, Jr., UCN ’66, President and CEO of The CIT Group until 2004, charter member of the Rutgers Board of Trustees, a member of the Board of Governors and the Board Overseers. (1999) James J. Gandolfini, RC ‘83 Star of the Emmy-award winning HBO series, the Sopranos which earned him numerous Emmy, Screen Actors Guild, and Golden Globe awards and nominations. (2004) Ronald W. Giaconia, RC '58, Retired president of Giaconia Life Associates, Inc. A former baseball player who created the Ron and Toni Giaconia Endowed Scholarship for Rutgers baseball players. His various philanthropic efforts earned him the Silver Keystone award from the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. He was also the former chair of the university's Board of Trustees and vice chair of the Board of Governors. He received a Meritorious Service Award in 1993 and a Loyal Sons of Rutgers Award in 1998. (2007) Louis Gluck, RC '48 Considered the father of Neonatologist. Died in 1997. (2005) Arthur M. Goldberg, RC ’63, Former President & CEO of Park Place Entertainment Corp., Bally Total Fitness Holding Corp. and chairman of DeGiorgio Company. Goldberg died in 2000. (1999) Bernard R. Goldberg, RC '67 Author, Television journalist, Real Sports with Bryan Gumbel. He has won a total of 8 Emmy awards. (2005) Matthew Golombek, RC ’76, Geologist, senior research scientist at NASA. (1998)

Michael Gottlieb, MD, RC ’69, World-renowned AIDS doctor & researcher. He is a cofounder of the American Foundation for AIDS Research. He received Lifetime Science Award from Center for Study of Immunology and Aging. (1996) William Elliot Griffis, RC 1869, Educator, Targum Founder. Griffis died in 1928. (1990) Jean Coughlan Griswold, DC ’52, GSE ’56, Founder & Chief Executive, Special Care, Inc. (1995) Richard M. Hale, AG ’44, GSNB ’48, Industrialist, Community Leader, Chairman & CEO of Halecrest Company. He served as president of the New Jersey Aggregates Association and founded the New Jersey Alliance for Action. Hale died in 2004. (1997) Elizabeth Cavanna Harrison, DC ’29, Author and has wrote more than 80 books. Harrison died in 2001 at age 92. (1990) Terry Hart, GSNB ’78, Astronaut, awarded National Defense medal. (1994) Douglas R. Heir, CLaw ’85, Lawyer, Writer. One of the world's greatest wheelchair athletes, he has won more than 300 gold medals. (1987) John J. Heldrich, UCNB ’50, Former Executive Committee & Board of Directors, Johnson & Johnson (1995) George William Hill, RC 1859, World-renowned astronomer in celestial mechanics. Hill received a gold medal from the Royal Astronomical Society of London in 1887 and the Damoiscan Prize of the Paris Academy of Sciences for his research on the lunar theory. He died in 1914. (1996) Washington C. Hill, CCAS '61 One of the foremost perinatologists in the world and a leading expert on maternal-fetal medicine. Chair of the department of obstetrics and gynecology and director of Maternal-Fetal Medicine at Sarasota Memorial Hospital in Florida. (2006) Garret A. Hobart, RC 1863, U.S. Vice President. Died in 1899 (1990) Arthur J. Holland, UCNB ’54, GSNB ’59, Mayor of Trenton for 26 years. Holland died in 1989. (1990) Richard J. Hughes, NLaw ’31, New Jersey Governor. he had served as assistant U.S. attorney for the District of New Jersey, and as a judge on the Mercer County Court Bench, the state Superior Court, and later in the state Appellate Division. He died in 1992. (1987) William J. Hughes, RC ’55, CLaw ’58, Former Democratic Congressman and ambassador to Panama (1995-1998). (1997) Mir A. Imran, SOE ‘77, Renowned scientist and prolific inventor who developed the world's first automatic implantable defibrillator, a device that has saved more than two million lives since 1981. He is also the founder and CEO of InCube Laboratories, Inc., one of North America's oldest and most successful medical device incubators. Imran has been named in nearly 350 patents. (2009) Jerry Izenberg, NCAS ’52, Sports Writer, Newark Star-Ledger. A member of the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Hall of Fame. Emmy Award winner for producing “A Man Named Lombardi” (1991) Ralph Izzo, Business School ‘02, Ralph Izzo has been chairman, president, and CEO of PSEG (Public Service Enterprise Group) since 2007. In 2007, NJBIZ named PSEG New Jersey Corporation of the Year for its financial stability, leadership on environmental issues, and commitment to the state. (2009)

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TODAY SHOW HOST NATALIE MORALES Jack H. Jacobs, RC ’66, GSNB ‘72 Col. Jack Jacobs, who entered military service through Rutgers ROTC, earned the Congressional Medal of Honor in 1969, the nation’s highest military award, for exceptional heroism on the battlefields of Vietnam. He also holds three Bronze Stars and two Silver Stars. Herb Jaffe, NCAS ’54, Former Legal Affairs Editor, Newark Star-Ledger. He is a twotime winner of the American Bar Association's Certificate of Merit in Journalism. (1991) Paul "Pete" Jennings, RC ’45, Cardiologist, educator, author (1998) Edward M. Jordan, LC ‘77 National Basketball Association Player, Coach. Former coach of the NBA’s Washington Wizards and Philadelphia 76ers. (2004) Samuel B. Judah, RC 1816, First Jewish graduate of Rutgers. He served as Speaker of the House from 1840–41. President Andrew Jackson appointed him U.S. District Attorney for Indiana in 1829, a position he held until 1833. Judah died in 1869. (199 Robert E. Kelley, Ed ’56, Lieutenant General of the U.S. Air Force,Vietnam War hero, co-captained the Scarlet Knights football team, was All-American in lacrosse, and was inducted into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame. (1999) James P. Kelly, UCN ‘73 Retired Chairman and CEO for United Parcel Service. (2001) Ricardo M. Khan, RC ’73, MGSA ’77, Founder/ Director of Crossroads Theatre, which won the 1999 Regional Theater Tony Award. (1992) Alfred J. Kilmer, RC ’08, Known and loved by generations as the heroic World War I soldier-poet, he left a rich legacy of books and poetry, the most famous, "Trees". On July 30, 1918 he was killed in action. (2000) William English Kirwan II GSNB, ‘62, ’64, Former President of Ohio State University and the University of Maryland. (2000) David Lloyd Kreeger, RC ’29, Lawyer, Art Collector. In 1948, he purchased a tiny, privately-owned insurance company—Government Employees Insurance Company (GEICO). Kreeger died in November 1990. (1988) Alfred C. Koeppe, NCAS ‘69 Served as president and CEO of New Jersey Bell and retired in 2003 as president and COO of The Public Service Electric & Gas Co. In 2005, Gov. Richard Codey appointed Koeppe chair of School Construction Corporation Board. Current president and CEO of Newark Alliance, an organization dedicated to the improvement of Newark’s economy and public education system. (2003) Frederick J. Kroesen, RC ’44, CC ’80, LHD ’84, Four-Star General, Commander NATO European Forces until 1983. Currently chairman of the Board of Military Professional Resources, Inc. Vice president of the American Security Council Foundation (1993) Alexander S. Kroll, RC ’62, Retired Chairman & CEO of Young & Rubican, Inc., Henry Rutgers scholar & All-American football player. He was inducted into the Rutgers Football Hall of Fame, the national College Football Hall of Fame, and the American Advertising Federation's Hall of Fame. (1996) Barbara J. Krumsiek, DC ’74, manages billion-dollar portfolios of mutual funds is resident, CEO, and vice chair of the Calvert Group, Ltd. (2000)

Irwin M. Lachman, School of Engineering '52, Member of a research team at Corning Glass Works (now Corning Inc.), Lachman and his research teammates received the 2003 National Medal of Technology and was also inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame in 2002. In 2005, he was recognized as the Malcolm G. McLaren Distinguished Lecturer by Rutgers' School of Engineering. (2007) Clifton R. Lacy, Livingston College ‘75 Former senior vice president for medical affairs and chief of staff at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. In 2004, Lacy was named president and CEO of RWJ University Hospital and in 2006, he left that position to develop and direct the new Institute for Disaster and Terror Medicine UMDNJ-RWJ Medical School and RWJ University Hospital.(2004) Louis Lasagna, RC ’43, Acknowledged as the “father of clinical pharmacology.” His 1954 paper on the placebo response was cited by The Lancet as one of the landmark papers of the twentieth century. Lasagna died in 2003. (2002) Jaynee La Vecchia, DC ’76, NLaw ‘79 New Jersey Supreme Court Justice, recipient of NJ Women Achievement Award and Frannie Bear Besser Award for Public Service. (2001) Laurance Leeds, School of Eng. '34 Expert in the technology of high-energy propagation of electrical waves through space. Integral the introduction of television on a mass scale and the use of radar during World War II. He died in 1997 at age 90. (2006) Irwin Lerner, SB ’51, GSM ’58, Served as President and CEO of Hoffmann-LaRoche during his 32-year career, oversaw the passage of the landmark Prescription Drug User Fee legislation. (2000) Gerald H. Lipkin, NCAS '63 Chief executive officer of Valley National. Chairman and president of the bank's board of directors. (2006) Edward V. Lipman, Ag ’33, GSNB ’39, Corporate Board of Directors, Ocean Spray. Lipman died in 1998 at age 87. (1995) Jacob G. Lipman, RC 1898, Dean, College of Agriculture, Director of N.J. Agricultural Experiment Station. Died in 1939. (1992) Robert E. Lloyd, RC ‘67, A prominent figure in Rutgers basketball history, having led the team to its first post-season appearance in 1967 while being named the school’s first All-American. A member of the Rutgers Basketball Hall of Fame and his was the first jersey retired by the university. Lloyd was also a success in the business world as CEO of several software companies, retiring in 1996 to devote more time to The V Foundation for Cancer Research, of which he has been chairman since its inception in 1993. The V Foundation, which has raised more than $70 million and awarded research grants in 37 states and the District of Columbia, was established by ESPN and the late Jim Valvano RC’67— Lloyd’s roommate, teammate, and friend—to support “the brilliant researchers that will eventually find cures for cancer.” Prior to his business career, Lloyd played two years for the NBA’s New Jersey Nets. He then launched a successful sales and marketing career. (2008) Virginia Long, NLaw ‘66 New Jersey Supreme Court Justice. (2001) Leonor F. Loree, RC 1877, Railroad magnate, Influential Rutgers Trustee. Died in 1940. (1997) Duncan L. MacMillan, RC '66 Designed computer systems by which the Bloomberg Company uses to disseminate information and communicates data. Member of the Rutgers University Foundation Board of Overseers. (2006) Beverly L. Malone, GSNB ’72, A national leader in nursing, education, and patients rights. CEO of the National League for Nursing. She was president of the American Nurses Association from 1996–2000. She was named one of the "Top 100 Most Influential African-Americans" by Ebony magazine. (2000) George W. Mamo, Camden Arts and Sciences ‘76 COO and vice president of International Fellowship of Christian and Jews. Former vice president for administration of Feed the Children, an international relief organization. George W. Mamo, chief operating officer and vice president of International Fellowship of Christians and Jews. (2004) Yolanda J. Mapp, DC ’53, Physician (1992) Bernard Marcus, Pharm ’54, co-founder of The Home Depot, Inc., one of the world’s largest home improvement retailer. Chairman of Marcus Foundation, funded Atlanta Aquarium and The Marcus Institute. (2000) Ernest Mario, Pharm ’61, Pharmaceutical executive (1998)

William Mastrosimone, MGSA ’80, Playwright, 1992 Golden Globe winner for his miniseries, Sinatra (1989) Richard P. McCormick, RC ’38, GSNB ’40, LHD ’82, Professor of History Emeritus, Rutgers University Historian. Richard P. McCormick died in 2006. (1990) Malcolm McLaren, Eng ’50, GSNB ’51, ‘62 Served as chairman of the U.N. World Health Organization’s committee on lead poisoning and led the effort to create international standards that allowed worldwide trade. Developed collaboration that resulted in the Center for Ceramic Research and Fiber Optic Materials Research Program at Rutgers. He died in 1996. (2001) Robert Menendez, NLaw ’79, U.S. Congressman for New Jersey, the 4th ranking Democrat in the U.S. House of Representatives. In November 2006, New Jerseyans elected Menendez to serve a full six-year term senator. Ratemo W. Michieka, CC ’74, GSE ’75, GSNB ‘78 Former director-general of the National Environmental Management Authority in Kenya. He has held administrative positions at the World Bank and the United Nations Environment Program, and consulted for CARE and the Swedish International Development Agency. Vice chancellor of Jomo Kenyatta University College of Agriculture and Technology in Nairobi. (2003) Morris Milgram, NCAS ’39, Affordable Housing Pioneer. Milgram died in 1997 at age 81. (1993) Julane W. Miller-Armbrister, DC '74, Former president and CEO of Plainfield Health Center which provided medical, dental, and ancillary support to more than 21,000 patients a year, holds position of vice president of government affairs at UMDNJ. School of Social Work '79 Business executive, Social activist (2005) Natalie Morales, RC ‘94, Joined NBC's popular Today show as a national correspondent in 2006. In 2007, she was named a co-anchor; she also fills in regularly at the news desk. Prior to signing on with Today, Morales was an anchor and correspondent at MSNBC since March 2002. She has contributed to NBC News coverage of the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino and the 2004 Summer Games in Athens. Hispanic Magazine named Morales a "Top Hispanic to Watch" in 2005, and a "Top Trendsetter" in 2003. (2009) Marilyn J. Morheuser, NLaw ’73, Civil Rights Activist and Lawyer. She died from cancer in 1995. (1997) John Howard Morrow, RC ’31, First U.S. Ambassador to Republic of Guinea. Morrow died in 2000. (1991) David A. Morse, RC ’29, Director General ILO, Nobel Laureate. He died in 1990 at age 83. (1991) Robert E. Mortensen, ED '63 Business executive, Humanitarian (2005) James Neilson, RC 1866, Pioneer in Soil Improvement, Drainage & Chemical Fertilizers. Died in 1937. (1995) Oswald G. Nelson, RC ’25, NLaw ’30, Entertainer. Ozzie Nelson died in California in 1975. (1989)

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154 Susan Ness, DC ’70, Attorney, FCC Commissioner from 1994-2001. (1998) William Newell, RC ’1836 Physician, U.S. Congressman and governor of New Jersey. Died in 1901. (2001) Nathan M. Newmark, Eng ’30, Civil Engineer and design consultant of the Torre Latinoamerica in Mexico City, the only major building to withstand the 1957 earthquake. Newmark died in 1981. (1989) Roy Franklin Nichols, RC ’18, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Historian. He died in 1973 at age 76. (1994) Elizabeth M. Norman, College of Nursing ‘73 Award-winning author who wrote Women at War (1990) and We Band of Angels (2000), two historical works chronicling the work of war-time nurses. (2004) Janet Lippe Norwood, DC ’45, Commissioner, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics from 1979-1991. Earned a National Public Service Award (1987) James O’Brien, RC ’57, An expert on El Niño, in which unusually warm water forms in the eastern Pacific off the coast of South America, affecting global ecosystems and jet stream location. (2002) Eugene M. O'Hara, UC-N '62 Former CFO, Prudential. served as Rutgers chair of the university's Board of Governors and on the Board of Trustees, the Rutgers University Foundation Board of Overseers, and the President's Council. (2005) Hazel Rollins O’Leary, NLaw ’66, U.S. Secretary of Energy. In 2004, she became president of Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee. (1994) Remigio U. Pane, RC ’38, Professor of Italian. Pane died in 2000 at age 88. (1992) Herbert Pardes, RC ‘56, President and CEO of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and NewYork-Presbyterian Healthcare System. Pardes served as director of the National Institute of Mental Health and U.S. Assistant Surgeon General during the Carter and Reagan administrations. He was also president of the American Psychiatric Association. He was elected to the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences, the Sarnat International Prize in Mental Health, and the U.S. Army Commendation Medal. (2008) John A. Pino, AG '44, GSNB '51 Scientist, Humanitarian (2005) Robert Pinsky, RC ’62, US Poet Laureate. Has received dozens of prestigious citations, including awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Guggenheim Foundation, and the American Academy of Arts and Letters.(2002) Clark V. Poling, RC ’33, World War II Chaplain. Passed away in 1943. (1990) Sylvia B. Pressler, NLaw ’59, Presiding Judge, New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division. Retired in 2004. (2002) Clement A. Price, GSNB '75 History professor at Rutgers-Newark for 37 years and since 2002, has served as a Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor. (2006) Paris Qualles, RC ’74 Screenwriter and producer-director for television, his TV movies include the "The Tuskegee Airmen," which won an Emmy in 1995, and, "The Color of Friendship," which won an Emmy for "Outstanding Children’s Program" in 2000. (2001) Sheryl Lee Ralph, RC ‘75 Originated the role of Deena Jones in the musical Dreamgirls, which earned her a Tony Award nomination and a Drama Desk Award nomination for best actress. Is also a mainstay on TV, most recently as a cast member of Moesha (2002)

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Medal in 1990. (1992) Thomas A. Renyi, RC ’67, GSM ’68, Chairman and CEO of The Bank of New York Company Inc, the nation’s oldest bank. After the 2007 merger with Mellon Financial Corp., he retired as the president of The Bank of New York Mellon in 2008. (2002) Paul Robeson, RC ’19, Actor, Singer, Activist. Died in 1976. (1987) Eduardo C. Robreno, Claw ’78, Started his career as a trial attorney with the Justice Department’s Antitrust Division, then practiced for 11 years with two Philadelphia law firms in the area of commercial litigation, including bankruptcy, real estate, construction, unfair trade practices, libel, labor, and administrative law. (2002) Alvin J. Rockoff, RC ’49, Community leader, former Chairman of Rutgers Board of Governors (1997) Peter W. Rodino, Jr., NLaw ’37, LLD ’75, U.S. Congressman for four decades. Rodino died in 2005 at age 95. (1993) Joseph H. Rodriguez, CLaw ’58, First Hispanic judge of U.S. District Court for NJ, Public advocate & defender (1996) John S. Ruggieri, CCAS ‘68 In 1990, he sold his interest in Comar Inc., a leading pharmaceuticals container manufacturer, and bought a 50,000-acre ranch in Kenya, thus preventing its subdivision and preserving its function as a migratory route for elephants and a shelter for zebras, gazelles, lions and giraffes, as well as saving the jobs of its 100 workers. (2003) Philip S. Schein, RC '61 Professor, Cancer researcher. Schein was ranked as one of the 120 best doctors in America. (2005) Barry Schuler, RC '76 Founded Medior Inc., a multimedia design firm, which pioneered the use of interactive multimedia for such applications as e-commerce, digital music and entertainment. When AOL merged with Time Warner, Schuler became AOL's chair and CEO until 2003. He is the chairman and CEO of Raydiance. (2006) Peter Schultz, GSNB ’67, One of the key inventors of the century, propelled us all into the Information Age when he and two colleagues invented an optical fiber that has become the basis of the Information Superhighway (2000) James Schureman, QC 1775, Revolutionary War hero, served as the New Jersey delegate to the Continental Congress (1786), the first federal congress (1989-91). Former New Brunswick Mayor. Died in 1824. Gregory Kellam Scott, Ag ’70, GSE ’71, Youngest and first African-American Justice on Colorado Supreme Court (1997) George Segal, GSNB ’63, Sculptor. Died in 2000. (1987) Michael Shaara, RC ’51, Pulitzer Prize winning author for The Killer Angels; also wrote For Love of the Game, which later became a movie. Shaara died in 1988. George Henry Sharpe, RC 1847, 1850 Raised a regiment, the 120th New York, and commanded it during fighting in the Fredericksburg, Va., area during the Civil War. Served as a Rutgers College trustee until his death in 1900. (2006) Carole Frandsen St. Mark, DC ’65, Current president of Growth Management, a business development and strategic management company in Stamford. Former President & CEO, Pitney Bowes Business Services (1995) Raymond O. Stark, RC ‘35 He is one of Hollywood’ most successful producers, as well as a philanthropist. His classic films include "Funny Girl," "The Goodbye Girl," "The Way We Were," "The Sunshine Boys" and "Steel Magnolias." He led Ray Stark Productions and the Fran and Ray Stark Foundation until his death in 2004. (2001) David Stern, RC ’63, Commissioner of the National Basketball Association; under Stern's leadership, the NBA has added several franchises, enjoyed an increase in revenues, expanded its national television exposure dramatically, launched the WNBA, and created the National Basketball Development League. (1999) Jeffrey A. Torborg; School of Education 1963 Former Rutgers All-American, 10-year Major League veteran and Major League manager who caught three no-hitters and was named the American League Manager of the Year in 1990. (2004) Robert Torricelli, RC ’75, NLaw ’77, United States Senator from 1997-2003, founded Rosemont Assoc. in 2003. (1998)

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William Trager , RC ’30, His seminal research in the laboratory culture of malarial parasites will surely lead to the development of a life-saving vaccine to conquer malaria. Trager died in 2005 at age 94. (2000) James Valvano, RC ’67, Legendary basketball coach at North Carolina State and later a sports announcer, established The V Foundation which has awarded more than $45 million for cancer research. Valvano died in 1993 at age 47. Luke Visconti, Cook '82, Co-founded Diversity Inc in 1998. He is also a supporter of diversity-related charities and in 2006 he helped form the DiversityInc Foundation. (2007) Harry J. Volk, RC ’27, SL-N ‘30 Executive and philanthropist, revolutionized the insurance and banking industries. Innovations included daily interest compounding, banking by mail, and aggressive marketing. He was a founder of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Los Angeles Music Center. (2003) Foster Voorhees, RC ‘1876, As New Jersey’s governor, the lifelong bachelor implemented reforms that benefited orphans, improved conditions for prison inmates, and protected the environment. He died in 1927. (2000) Ralph W. Voorhees, Educ ’48, Retired Senior VP of Paine Webber, Inc.; Former business manager of Peddie & Lawrenceville Schools (1996) Selman A. Waksman, RC ’15, Microbiologist, Nobel Laureate. Died in 1973. (1987) Monroe E. Wall, Ag ’36, GSNB ’38 and ’39, Cancer Researcher. Wall died in 2002 at age 85. (1994) David A. Werblin, RC ’31, Corporate Executive, Sportsman. When the American Football League's New York Titans were up for sale in 1963, Werblin and four partners acquired the franchise for $1 million and renamed it the New York Jets. He died in 1991. (1990) Susan J. Wicks, CC '88 International and WNBA All-Star (2005) Melanie L. Willoughby, RC '76 For 17 years, Willoughby served as president of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association. She is currently the Sr. VP NJ Business and Industry Assoc. (2005) Donna L. Wong, College of Nursing '70, Developed the Wong/Baker FACES Pain Rating, the international standard for assessing children's pain. She was the first recipient of the Audrey Hepburn/Sigma Theta Tau International Award. She was also on the National Advisory Committee of the RWJ Excellence in End of Life Care Project. Died in May 2008. (2007) H. Boyd Woodruff; College of Agriculture ‘39; Graduate School - New Brunswick ‘42 Discovered actinomycin, which sparked a revolution in world medicine and agriculture. (2004) Carl R. Woodward, RC ‘14 and ’19, President of University of Rhode Island who contributed extensive writings about the College of Agriculture and NJ agriculture, published a book Ploughs and Politicks, which significantly influenced the field of agricultural history. Died in 1974 at age 84. (1999) Adelaide Marcus Zagoren, DC '40 Served for 26 years as the Associate Alumnae of Douglass College. Currently the trustee and president of the Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation. (2006) William B. Ziff Jr., RC ‘55, Developed Ziff-Davis Publishing Company into a highly successful niche media empire that included PC Magazine. He helped foster the company’s growth to become the largest publisher of computer magazines with annual revenue of $1 billion. Peers presented him with the Henry Johnson Fisher Award in 1991, and in 1992 he was named executive of the year by Magazine Publishers of America. He died on September 9, 2006. (2008) For more information on Rutgers Alumni, visit: www.alumni.rutgers.edu


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TIM PERNETTI DIRECTOR OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS A lifetime New Jersey native with a strong passion for his alma mater, Tim Pernetti has come fullcircle in becoming one of the nation’s youngest leaders in college athletics. A former student-athlete “On the Banks”, Pernetti was named Rutgers’ sixth Director of Intercollegiate Athletics on February 26, 2009. He oversees 24 men’s and women’s intercollegiate teams in New Brunswick, a larger number than fielded at most of the university’s peer institutions. Pernetti has been influential in the world of college athletics since he received a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass media from Rutgers in 1993, and a master’s degree in communication in 1995. Prior to returning to Rutgers, Pernetti was the Executive Vice President, Content, for CBS College Sports Network. In that role, he oversaw the rights and relationship business, on-air talent, and all network programming and content on air, online and across all screens for the nation’s first company dedicated to college sports. Pernetti helped to build the CBS College Sports Network, previously CSTV, prior to its launch in 2003, and has played a critical role in establishing it as the multi-media leader in college sports programming, content, news and information. He was a recipient of the prestigious Sports Business Journal Forty under Forty Award, and the Multichannel News 40 under 40 Award both in 2008. Charged with developing relationships, acquiring rights and creating multi-platform original programming for the first ever 24-hour sports college sports network, Pernetti successfully navigated through a complicated web of media rights deals to come up with new ways to serve college sports fans. Pernetti worked closely with the NCAA and hundreds of schools in every major conference, securing over 2,500 hours of event programming each year and multiple NCAA Championships across 35 men’s and women’s sports. Pernetti was in charge of the CBS College Sports Network exclusive long-term agreements with the US Naval Academy, Mountain West Conference, Conference USA, and the Atlantic 10. Further, he managed company relationships with more than 30 conferences and thousands of institutions. Pernetti remains most proud of establishing a strong relationship in women’s collegiate sports including the establishment of a women’s basketball game of the week package in 2004 with the BIG EAST Conference. In 2006, Pernetti spearheaded a landmark multi-media partnership with the NCAA to make CBS College Sports Network the home of Division II Sports. The innovative deal effectively increased the scope and reach of NCAA Division II sports with hundreds of games now available nationally via the broadcast network and online. Pernetti’s commitment to providing greater exposure to women’s and under-served sports is evidenced by the network’s unprecedented coverage of lacrosse and volleyball, among others. He has also been at

the forefront of the development and creation of the Collegiate Nationals, which crowns champions in dozens of high endurance sports, and innovative original production including CBS College Sports Network’s groundbreaking NCAA March Madness Central, NCAA March Madness Highlights on CBS College Sports, and the WIRED franchise which gives viewers an inside look at games and events through wireless microphones on coaches during game action. Prior to joining CBS College Sports Network, Pernetti served eight years at ABC-TV and ABC Sports most recently as Director of Programming, where he was integral in acquiring, managing and developing several ABC Sports properties including college football, the Bowl Championship Series, and college basketball. For five years, Pernetti handled relationships and negotiated television rights with all of the major collegiate conferences. As a student at Rutgers, Pernetti was a four-year letterwinner at tight end on the Rutgers football squad. He was also the color commentator for Rutgers Football on the Rutgers Football Radio Network and announced weekly NFL games nationally on Sports USA Radio. A resident of Oakland, N.J., Pernetti is married to the former Danielle Bahto. His wife also graduated from Rutgers and was a letterwinner on the women’s lacrosse team. Danielle and Tim are the proud parents of their three children – Max, Conor and Natalie.


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ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT STAFF RUTGERS ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS Richard L. McCormick, Ph.D., President

Philip Furmanski, Ph.D., Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Jonathan R. Alger, J.D., Senior Vice President and General Counsel

Bruce C. Fehn, B.S., C.P.A., Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration Gregory S. Blimling, Ph.D., Vice President for Student Affairs

Raphael J. Caprio, Ph.D., Vice President for Continuing Studies Steven J. Diner, Ph.D., Chancellor, Newark

Kevin MacConnell Deputy Director of Athletics

Richard Costello Deputy Director of Athletics/ Finance and Admin.

Kathleen Hickey Sr. Associate Director of Athletics/SWA

Leslie A. Fehrenbach, B.S., Secretary of the University

Carol P. Herring, B.A., President of the Rutgers University Foundation and Executive Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations Jeannine F. LaRue, B.A., Vice President for Public Affairs

Kim Manning, M.B.A., Vice President for University Relations

Courtney O. McAnuff, M.P.A, Vice President for Enrollment Management Michael J. Pazzani, Ph.D., Vice President for Research and Graduate and Professional Education

Tim Pernetti, M.C.I.S., Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Wendell E. Pritchett, Ph.D., J.D., Chancellor, Camden

Barry V. Qualls, Ph.D., Vice President for Undergraduate Education Donna K. Thornton, M.P.A., Vice President for Alumni Relations

Douglas Kokoskie Sr. Assoc. Director of Athletics/Operations

John Ternyila Sr. Associate Director of Athletics/Finance

Dr. Robert Monaco Associate Director of Athletics/Sports Medicine

Jamie Johnson Assistant Director of Athletics/Compliance

Jason Kroll Natalie Migliaro Sr. Associate Director of Sr. Associate Director Athletics/Development and of Athletics/Admin. Marketing

John Wooding Sr. Associate Director of Athletics

McK Williams Associate Director of Athletics/Development and Ticket Operations

Kathleen Shank Director of Academic Support Services for Student Services

Terrence Beachem Associate Director of Athletics

Jason Baum Assistant Director of Athletics/Athletic Communications

Shawn Tucker Assistant Director of Athletics/StudentAthlete Development

Nancy S. Winterbauer, Ed.D., Vice President for University Budgeting

BOARD OF GOVERNORS 2010-2011

Ralph Izzo, Chair Gerald C. Harvey, Vice Chair Anthony J. DePetris Mark P. Hershhorn M. William Howard, Jr. Robert A. Laudicina Gordon A. MacInnes Richard L. McCormick, ex officio Joseph J. Roberts, Jr. John F. Russo, Sr. Daniel H. Schulman George R. Zoffinger

Robert L. Stevenson, Chair Dudley H. Rivers, Jr., Vice Chair Kenneth M. Schmidt, Vice Chair Sol J. Barer Felix M. Beck, Emeritus Gregory Bender Joan L. Bildner, Emerita Michael A. Bogdonoff Jonathan R. Boguchwal Floyd H. Bragg, Emeritus Gregory Q. Brown Dominick J. Burzichelli Dorothy W. Cantor John Herbert Carman, Emeritus Peter Cartmell, Emeritus Vivian A. Chester Mary J. Chyb Kevin J. Collins, Emeritus Hollis A. Copeland Steven M. Darien Margaret T. Derrick Carleton C. Dilatush, Emeritus Michael R. Dressler Robert P. Eichert, Emeritus Dennis Michael Fenton Evelyn S. Field, Emerita Lora L. Fong Jeanne M. Fox, Emerita John R. Futey Albert R. Gamper, Jr. Ronald W. Giaconia, Emeritus Rochelle Gizinski, Emerita Evangeline Gomez Leslie E. Goodman, Emeritus

Martha A. Cotter, Faculty Representative Paul Panayotatos, Faculty Representative Jonathan C. Nycz, Student Representative

OFFICERS OF THE BOARD Bruce C. Fehn, Treasurer Leslie A. Fehrenbach, Secretary Catherine A. Cahill, Assistant Secretary

BOARD OF TRUSTEES 2010-2011

M. Wilma Harris Joyce Wilson Harley John A. Hendricks Robert A. Hering Mark P. Hershhorn Carleton A. Holstrom, Emeritus M. William Howard, Jr. John D. Hugelmeyer Frank Brown Hundley Ralph Izzo Paul B. Jennings, Emeritus Walter L. Leib, Emeritus Richard A. Levao, Emeritus Jennifer Lewis-Hall Christine M. Lomiguen Gordon A. MacInnes Duncan L. MacMillan Iris Martinez-Campbell Richard L. McCormick, ex officio Carol Ann Monroe Robert E. Mortensen Patricia Nachtigal, Emerita Gene O'Hara John A. O’Malley Dean J. Paranicas, Emeritus Barbara A. Pollison-Beck Sidney Rabinowitz Richard J. Rawson George A. Rears Norman Reitman, Emeritus Joseph J. Roberts, Jr. Alvin J. Rockoff, Emeritus Alejandro Roman John F. Russo, Sr.

Louis A. Sapirman Daniel H. Schulman Richard H. Shindell Marijane Singer, Emerita Susan Stabile Dorothy M. Stanaitis, Emerita Sandy J. Stewart Abram J. Suydam, Jr. Eleanor J. Tansey Heather C. Taylor Anne M. Thomas, Emerita Michael R. Tuosto, Emeritus Laurel A. Van Leer Lucas J. Visconti Mary Vivian Fu Wells, Emerita Curtis M. Williams II George R. Zoffinger Samuel Rabinowitz, Faculty Representative Menahem Spiegel, Faculty Representative Daniel S. McArdle, Student Representative Lester J. Sabo, Student Representative OFFICERS OF THE BOARD Bruce C. Fehn, Treasurer Leslie A. Fehrenbach, Secretary Catherine A. Cahill, Assistant Secretary


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RUSHING RECORDS CAREER LEADERS YARDS 1. Ray Rice (2005-07) 2. Terrell Willis (1993-95) 3. "JJ" Jennings (1971-73) 4. Bruce Presley (1992-95) 5. Brian Leonard (2003-06) 6. Glen Kehler (1975-78) 7. Jacki Crooks (1996-99) 8. Bryant Mitchell (1966-68) 9. Albert Smith (1982-85) 10. Henry Benkert (1921-24) ATTEMPTS 1. Ray Rice (2005-07) 2. Brian Leonard (2003-06) 3. "JJ" Jennings (1971-73) 4. Terrell Willis (1993-95) 5. Jacki Crooks (1996-99) 6. Bruce Presley (1992-95) 7. Albert Smith (1982-85) 8. Glen Kehler (1975-78) 9. Bryant Mitchell (1966-68) 10. Albert Ray (1979-81) TOUCHDOWNS 1. Ray Rice (2005-07) 2. "JJ" Jennings (1971-73) 3. Brian Leonard (2003-06) Bill Austin (1956-58) Henry Benkert (1921-24) 6. Harvey Grimsley (1946-49) 7. Mike Fisher (1974-77) 8. Homer Hazel (1916, 1923-24) Albert Smith (1982-85) 10. Bryant Mitchell (1966-68)

SEASON LEADERS 4,926 3,114 2,935 2,792 2,775 2,567 2,434 2,286 2,269 2,124 910 678 650 588 570 552 542 537 495 474 49 34 32 32 32 28 26 23 23 22

YARDS PER ATTEMPT AVERAGE 1. Steve Simms (1959-61) 205-1,240/6.00 2. Ray Rice (2005-07) 910-4,926/5.40 3. Terrell Willis (1993-95) 588-3,114/5.30 4. Bruce Presley (1992-95) 552-2,792/5.06 5. Joe Martinek (2008-present) 282-1,371/4.90 6. Curt Edwards (1974-75) 425-2,046/4.81 7. Glen Kehler (1975-78) 537-2,567/4.78 8. Ted Blackwell (1977-80) 385-1,829/4.75 9. Bryant Mitchell (1966-68) 495-2,286/4.62 10. “JJ” Jennings (1971-73) 650-2,935 /4.52 CONSECUTIVE 100-YARD GAMES 1. Ray Rice (10/13/07 - 1/5/08) 2. Ray Rice (12/28/05 - 9/29/06) "JJ" Jennings (11/25/72 - 11/7/73) 4. Jacki Crooks (10/31/98 - 9/4/99) Bryant Mitchell (10/26/68 - 11/23/68) Curt Edwards (11/1/75 - 11/29/75) 100-YARD GAMES 1. Ray Rice (2005-07) 2. "JJ" Jennings (1971-73) 3. Bryant Mitchell (1966-68) 4. Curt Edwards (1974-75) Bruce Presley (1992-95) Terrell Willis (1993-95) 200-YARD GAMES 1. Ray Rice (2005-07) 2. Terrell Willis (1993-95) 3. "JJ" Jennings (1971-73)

8 7 7 5 5 5 25 19 12 10 10 10 6 3 2

YARDS 1. Ray Rice (2007) 2. Ray Rice (2006) 3. "JJ" Jennings (1973) 4. "JJ" Jennings (1972) 5. Terrell Willis (1993) 6. Bryant Mitchell (1968) 7. Curt Edwards (1975) 8. Ray Rice (2005) 9. Terrell Willis (1994) 10. Toady Bracher (1915)

GAME LEADERS 2,012 1,794 1,353 1,262 1,261 1,204 1,157 1,120 1,080 1,021

ATTEMPTS 1. Ray Rice (2007) 2. Ray Rice (2006) 3. "JJ" Jennings (1973) 4. "JJ" Jennings (1972) 5. Bryant Mitchell (1968) 6. Curt Edwards (1975) 7. Terrell Willis (1994) 8. Brian Leonard (2003) 9. Glen Kehler (1978) 10. Joe Martinek (2009)

380 335 303 287 238 236 216 213 212 206

TOUCHDOWNS 1. Ray Rice (2007) 2. "JJ" Jennings (1973) 3. Ray Rice (2006) 4. Henry Benkert (1924) Howard Talman (1915) 6. Bill Austin (1958) 7. Terrell Willis (1993) 8. Frank Kelly (1917) 9. Bill Austin (1957) Homer Hazel (1923)

24 21 19 16 16 15 13 12 10 10

YARDS 1. Ray Rice vs. Ball State (1/5/08) 2. Ray Rice at Army (11/9/07) 3. Terrell Willis vs. Temple (11/5/94) 4. “JJ” Jennings vs. UMass (10/6/73) 5. Ray Rice at Pittsburgh (10/21/06) 6. Terrell Willis at Army (10/16/93) 7. Ray Rice at Connecticut (10/22/05) 8. “JJ” Jennings vs. Colgate (11/25/72) 9. Terrell Willis vs. Navy (9/16/95) 10. C. Edwards vs. William & Mary (10/18/75) 11. Ray Rice at USF (9/29/06) 12. Ray Rice at North Carolina (9/2/06) ATTEMPTS 1. "JJ" Jennings vs. Colgate (11/25/72) 2. Ray Rice vs. USF (10/18/07) Ray Rice at Pittsburgh (10/21/06) "JJ" Jennings at Princeton (9/29/73) "JJ" Jennings at Columbia (10/28/72) 6. Ray Rice vs. Navy (9/7/07) Brian Leonard vs. Syracuse (11/29/03) Terrell Willis vs. Army (10/16/93) Curt Edwards vs.William & Mary (10/18/75) 10. “JJ” Jennings at Lehigh (9/22/73) TOUCHDOWNS 1. "JJ" Jennings at Princeton (9/29/73) Howard Talman vs. RPI (10/9/15) 3. Ray Rice vs. Ball State (1/5/08) Justise Hairston vs. Navy (9/27/03) Terrell Willis at Army (10/16/93) Curt Edwards vs. Lafayette (11/8/75) Bill Austin vs. Richmond (10/26/57)

40 39 39 39 39 37 37 37 37 36 5 5 4 4 4 4 4

LONGEST RUSHING PLAYS FROM SCRIMMAGE 1. Ray Rice vs. Ball State (1/5/08) 90 Chad Bosch vs. Temple (10/26/96) 90 3. Jim Monahan at Temple (10/6/51) 89 4. Bill Austin vs. Connecticut (10/5/57) 87 5. Bryant Mitchell vs. Delaware (11/2/68) 84 6. Brian Leonard at Illinois (9/3/05) 83 Bill Tully at Princeton (9/24/60) 83

TEAM RUSHING RECORDS TOUCHDOWNS - RUSHING Game - 12 vs. RPI, 10-9-15 Season - 32 in 1961 RUSHING ATTEMPTS Game - 83 vs. NYU, 10-13-52 Season - 661 in 1976 RUSHING YARDS Game - 591 vs. Stevens, 11-21-14 Season - 2,895 in 1975

RICE

280 243 232 230 225 221 217 214 207 205 202 201

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RECEIVING RECORDS CAREER LEADERS YARDS 1. Kenny Britt (2006-08) 2. Tres Moses (2001-05) 3. Andrew Baker (1981-84) 4. Tim Brown (2006-09) 5. Marco Battaglia (1992-95) 6. Jim Guarantano (1989-92) 7. Clark Harris (2003-06) 8. Tiquan Underwood (2005-08) 9. Chris Brantley (1990-93) 10. Brian Leonard (2003-06) RECEPTIONS 1. Brian Leonard (2003-06) 2. Tres Moses (2001-05) 3. Kenny Britt (2006-08) 4. Marco Battaglia (1992-95) 5. Jim Guarantano (1989-92) 6. Chris Brantley (1990-93) 7. Clark Harris (2003-06) 8. Tiquan Underwood (2005-08) 9. Andrew Baker (1981-84) 10. Reggie Funderburk (1993-97) TOUCHDOWNS 1. Tim Brown (2006-09) 2. Kenny Britt (2006-08) Chris Brantley (1990-93) 4. Tiquan Underwood (2005-08) Marco Battaglia (1992-95) Tres Moses (2001-05) 7. Brian Leonard (2003-06) Bob Simms (1957-59) 9. Mark Twitty (1974-75) 10. Clark Harris (2003-06) Jim Guarantano (1989-92) Andrew Baker (1981-84) Dave Dorn (1977-80) CONSECUTIVE 100-YARD GAMES 1. Kenny Britt (10/18/08 - 11/22/08) 2. Tiquan Underwood (8/30/07 - 9/29/07) 3. Bill Powell (10/ 3/98 - 10/24/98) 100-YARD GAMES 1. Kenny Britt (2006-08) 2. Tim Brown (2006-09) 3. Tres Moses (2001-05) Marco Battaglia (1992-95) 5. Tiquan Underwood (2005-08)

SEASON LEADERS 3,043 2,522 2,268 2,257 2,221 2,065 2,015 1,931 1,914 1,868 207 192 178 171 158 144 143 132 127 123 20 17 17 16 16 16 13 13 12 11 11 11 11

YARDS 1. Kenny Britt (2008) 2. Kenny Britt (2007) 3. Tim Brown (2009) 4. Tiquan Underwood (2007) 5. Tres Moses (2004) 6. Marco Battaglia (1995) 7. Andrew Baker (1983) 8. Marco Battaglia (1994) 9. Tres Moses (2005) 10. Jim Guarantano (1992)

GAME LEADERS 1,371 1,232 1,150 1,100 1,056 894 857 779 758 755

RECEPTIONS 1. Kenny Britt (2008) 2. Tres Moses (2004) 3. Marco Battaglia (1995) 4. Tiquan Underwood (2007) 5. Kenny Britt (2007) Jim Guarantano (1991) 7. Brian Leonard (2004) 8. Marco Battaglia (1994) 9. Chris Brantley (1993) Jim Guarantano (1992)

87 81 69 65 62 62 61 58 56 56

TOUCHDOWNS 1. Marco Battaglia (1995) 2. Tim Brown (2009) Bob Simms (1958) 4. Kenny Britt (2007) Reggie Funderburk (1994) 6. Kenny Britt (2008) Tiquan Underwood (2007) Steve Harper (1995) Chris Brantley (1992) Mark Twitty (1975) 10. Brian Leonard (2005) Chris Brantley (1992) Jim Guarantano (1992) Robert Stonebreaker (1968)

10 9 9 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6

5 4 3

YARDS 1. Tiquan Underwood vs. Buffalo (8/30/07) 2. Jack Emmer at Holy Cross (11/16/66) 3. Andrew Baker vs. Penn State (10/1/83) 4. Kenny Britt vs. Army (11/22/08) 5. Mark Twitty vs. Colgate (11/23/74) 6. Shawn Tucker vs. Pittsburgh (10/18/03) 7. Marco Battaglia vs. Penn State (9/23/95) 8. Aaron Martin vs. Navy (10/20/01) 9. Errol Johnson at Navy (10/21/00) 10. Kenny Britt at Syracuse (10/13/07) RECEPTIONS 1. Marco Battaglia vs. Penn St. (9/23/95) Eric Young vs. Vanderbilt (9/17/88) Jack Emmer at Holy Cross (11/16/66) 4. Kenny Britt at West Virginia (10/4/08) Kenny Britt at Louisville (11/29/07) Andy Holland vs. Pittsburgh (10/25/97) Andrew Baker at Boston College (10/27/84) 8. Tiquan Underwood at Connecticut (11/3/07) Tres Moses at Vanderbilt (10/9/04) Reggie Funderburk at Va. Tech (11/12/94) Jim Guarantano at Duke (9/14/91) Jim Cann at Temple (11/18/89)

248 237 210 197 192 186 184 180 178 176 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 11

TOUCHDOWNS 1. Chris Brantley vs. Virginia Tech (10/31/92) 2. Kenny Britt at Pittsburgh (10/25/08)

4 3

LONGEST RECEPTIONS 1. George Carter at Temple (11/5/77) 2. Kenny Britt at USF (11/15/08) 3. Aaron Martin vs. Navy (10/20/01) 4. Randy Jackson at Northwestern (9/23/89) Mark Twitty vs. Colgate (11/23/74) 6. Tres Moses vs. Connecticut (11/25/04) Lee Curley at Princeton (9/30/61) 8. Bruce Presley at Cincinnati (11/7/92) 9. Errol Johnson at Navy (10/21/00) Randy Jackson at Northwestern (9/23/89)

95 93 91 90 90 87 87 84 83 83

14 9 7 7 6

MOSES

BRITT

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PASSING RECORDS CAREER LEADERS

SEASON LEADERS

YARDS 1. Mike Teel (2005-08) 2. Ryan Hart (2002-05) 3. Scott Erney (1986-89) 4. Mike McMahon (1997-2000) 5. Ray Lucas (1992-95) 6. Eric Hochberg (1982-85) 7. Bert Kosup (1974, 76-77) 8. Tom Tarver (1989-91) 9. Ed McMichael (1978-80) 10. Leo Gasiencia (1970-72 )

9,383 8,482 7,188 6,608 5,896 3,825 3,613 3,607 3,584 2,801

ATTEMPTS 1. Ryan Hart (2002-05) 2. Mike Teel (2005--08) 3. Scott Erney (1986-89) 4. Mike McMahon (1997-2000) 5. Ray Lucas (1992-95) 6. Eric Hochberg (1982-85) 7. Tom Tarver (1989-91) 8. Ed McMichael (1978-80) 9. Bert Kosup (1974, 76-77) Leo Gasiencia (1970-72)

1,217 1,142 1,128 974 908 639 518 474 448 448

COMPLETIONS 1. Ryan Hart (2002-05) 2. Mike Teel (2005-08) 3. Scott Erney (1986-89) 4. Ray Lucas (1992-95) 5. Mike McMahon (1997-2000) 6. Eric Hochberg (1982-85) 7. Ed McMichael (1978-80) 8. Tom Tarver (1989-91) 9. Leo Gasiencia (1985-86) 10. Joe Gagliardi (1985-86)

735 661 614 514 482 337 292 285 230 218

TOUCHDOWNS 1. Mike Teel (2005-08) 2. Ryan Hart (2002-05) 3. Ray Lucas (1992-95) 4. Mike McMahon (1997-2000) Scott Erney (1986-89) 6. Frank Burns (1945-48) 7. Rich Policastro (1968-69) 8. Bryan Fortay (1992-93) Bert Kosup (1974, 76-77) 10. Tom Tarver (1989-91) Ed McMichael (1978-80)

59 52 43 41 41 30 29 25 25 20 20

INTERCEPTIONS 1. Ryan Hart (2002-05) 2. Mike Teel (2005-08) Mike McMahon (1997-2000) 4. Scott Erney (1986-89) 5. Jacque LaPrarie (1981-84) 6. Ray Lucas (1992-95) Leo Gasiencia (1970-72) 8. Bert Kosup (1974, 76-77) 9. Ryan Cubit (2001-02) 10. Tom Tarver (1989-91)

52 49 49 48 35 30 30 28 25 24

YARDS 1. Mike Teel (2008) 2. Ryan Hart (2004) 3. Mike Teel (2007) 4. Ryan Hart (2003 ) 5. Scott Erney (1989) 6. Tom Savage (2009) 7. Mike McMahon (1998) 8. Ray Lucas (1995) 9. Mike McMahon (2000) 10. Mike Teel (2006) Ryan Hart (2005)

ATTEMPTS

GAME LEADERS

3,418 3,154 3,147 2,714 2,536 2,211 2,203 2,180 2,157 2,135 2,135

1. Ryan Hart (2004) 2. Ryan Hart (2003) 3. Mike Teel (2008) 4. Scott Erney (1989) 5. Mike Teel (2007) 6. Ray Lucas (1995) 7. Mike McMahon (2000) 8. Scott Erney (1988) 9. Tom Tarver (1991) 10. Eric Hochberg (1984)

453 398 396 374 349 347 340 339 307 305

COMPLETIONS 1. Ryan Hart (2004) 2. Mike Teel (2008) 3. Ryan Hart (2003) 4. Scott Erney (1989) 5. Mike Teel (2007) 6. Ray Lucas (1995) Scott Erney (1988) 8. Mike McMahon (2000) 9. Mike Teel (2006) Tom Tarver (1991)

295 243 234 208 203 188 188 169 164 164

TOUCHDOWNS 1. Mike Teel (2008) 2. Mike Teel (2007) 3. Ryan Hart (2005) Mike McMahon (2000) 5. Ryan Hart (2004) 6. Ray Lucas (1995) Ray Lucas (1994) Bryan Fortay (1992) 9. Ryan Hart (2003) Scott Erney (1989) Rich Policastro (1968)

25 20 18 18 17 16 16 16 15 15 15

INTERCEPTIONS 1. Ryan Hart (2004) Ryan Hart (2003) Ryan Cubit (2001) 4. Mike McMahon (2000) Scott Erney (1989) Jacque LaPrarie (1982) 7. Mike McMahon (1998) Bryan Fortay (1992) Ralph Leek (1981) 10. Jacque LaPrarie (1983) Bert Kosup (1974) Leo Gasiencia (1972)

19 19 19 17 17 17 16 16 16 15 15 15

YARDS 1. Mike Teel vs. Louisville (12/4/08) 2. Scott Erney vs. Vanderbilt (9/17/88) 3. Mike McMahon at Army (10/18/97) 4. Ryan Hart vs. Pittsburgh (10/18/03) 5. Ryan Hart vs. Arizona State (12/28/05) Ray Lucas at Virginia Tech (11/12/94) 7. Eric Hochberg vs. Penn State (10/1/83) 8. Mike Teel at Pittsburgh (10/25/08) 9. Mike Teel vs. Army (11/22/08) 10. Eric Hochberg vs. Louisville (10/20/84)

447 436 386 384 374 374 367 361 359 358

ATTEMPTS 1. Ryan Hart at Pittsburgh (10/23/04) 2. Scott Erney vs. Vanderbilt (9/17/88) Scott Erney at Penn State (10/10/87) 4. Mike Teel at Connecticut (11/3/07) Ryan Hart vs. Pittsburgh (10/18/03) 6. Scott Erney at Temple (11/18/89) 7. Bryan Fortay vs. Virginia Tech (10/31/92) 8. Mike Teel vs. Maryland (9/29/07) Ray Lucas vs. Boston College (11/24/95) Ray Lucas at Virginia Tech (11/12/94)

57 55 55 52 52 47 45 44 44 44

COMPLETIONS 1. Ryan Hart vs. West Virginia (10/30/04) Scott Erney vs. Vanderbilt (9/17/88) 3. Mike Teel at Connecticut (11/3/07) Scott Erney at Penn State (10/10/87) 5. Ryan Hart at Pittsburgh (10/23/04)

35 35 32 32 31

TOUCHDOWNS 1. Mike Teel vs. Louisville (12/4/08) 2. Mike Teel at Pittsburgh (10/25/08) 3. Mike McMahon vs. Villanova (9/2/00) Rich Policastro vs. Colgate (11/22/69) LONGEST COMPLETIONS 1. Bert Kosup at Temple (11/5/77) 2. Mike Teel at USF (11/15/08) 3. Ryan Cubit vs. Navy (10/20/01) 4. Scott Erney at Northwestern (9/23/89) Bert Kosup vs. Colgate (11/23/74) 6. Terrence Shawell vs. Connecticut (11/25/04) Bill Speranza at Princeton (9/30/61) 8. Bryan Fortay at Cincinnati (11/7/92) 9. Mike McMahon at Navy (10/21/00) Scott Erney at Northwestern (9/23/89)

TEAM PASSING RECORDS

TOUCHDOWNS - PASSING Game - 7 vs. Louisville, 12/4/08 Season - 26 in 2008

PASS ATTEMPTS Game - 57 vs. Boston College, 9/17/83 57 vs. Pittsburgh, 10/23/04 Season - 473 in 2004 PASS COMPLETIONS Game - 35 vs. Vanderbilt, 9/17/88 35 vs. WVU, 10/30/04 Season - 303 in 2004 PASSING YARDS Game - 447 vs. Louisville, 12/4/08 Season - 3,515 in 2008 INTERCEPTIONS Game - 7 vs. Temple, 10/30/54 Season - 27 in 1973 and 1978

7 6 5 5 95 93 91 90 90 87 87 84 83 83


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DEFENSIVE RECORDS CAREER LEADERS

SEASON LEADERS

TOTAL TACKLES 1. Tyronne Stowe (1983-86) 2. Jim Dumont (1979-83) 3. Brian Sheridan (1993-97) 4. Courtney Greene (2005-08) 5. Pat Udovich (1986-89) 6. Aaron Brady (1995-98) 7. Keith Woetzel (1980-82) 8. Tim Blanchard (1975-78) 9. Devraun Thompson (2003-06) 10. Elvin Washington (1974-77)

533 448 389 386 363 354 323 312 297 290

UNASSISTED TACKLES 1. Tyronne Stowe (1983-86) 2. Jim Dumont (1979-83) 3. Aaron Brady (1995-98) 4. Brian Sheridan (1993-97) 5. Courtney Greene (2005-08) 6. Dino Mangiero (1976-79) 7. Keith Woetzel (1980-82) 8. Pat Udovich (1985-89) 9. Elvin Washington (1974-77) 10. Gary Brackett (1999-02)

326 309 261 233 219 204 199 190 187 180

ASSISTED TACKLES 1. Tyronne Stowe (1983-86) 2. Pat Udovich (1985-89) 3. Courtney Greene (2005-08) 4. Brian Sheridan (1993-97) 5. Devraun Thompson (2003-06) 6. Darrin Czellecz (1986-89) 7. Jim Dumont (1979-83) 8. Tim Blanchard (1975-78) 9. Keith Woetzel (1980-82) 10. Kevin Malast (2005-08)

207 173 167 156 153 151 139 134 124 120

SACKS 1. Nate Toran (1973-76) 2. Dan Gray (1975-77) 3. Jamaal Westerman (2005-08) Dino Mangiero (1976-79) 5. Shawn Williams (1989-92) 6. Ryan Neill (2001-05) 7. Raheem Orr (2001-03) 8. Ramel Meekins (2003-06) Ed Steward (1977-80) Mike Pellowsaki (1968-70) INTERCEPTIONS 1. Ed Jones (1971-74) Tony Pawlik (1972-74) John Pollock (1965-68) 4. Bill Austin (1956-58) 5. Bill Houston (1981-83) Bob Davis (1975-77) 7. Malik Jackson (1990-93) Sam Chapman (1969-71) 9. Ron Girault (2004-07) Jim Hughes (1975-78) Jim Testom (1974-76) John Miller (1969-70)

52 (333) 29 (224) 26 (181) 26 (177) 21 (121) 19 (130) 18 (100) 17 (138) 17 (84) 17 (101) 14 14 14 13 12 12 11 11 10 10 10 10

GAME LEADERS

TOTAL TACKLES 1. Brian Sheridan (1997) 2. Tyronne Stowe (1985) 3. Jim Dumont (1983) 4. Tyronne Stowe (1986) 5. Pat Udovich (1989) 6. Aaron Brady (1998) 7. Jim Dumont (1982) 8. Brian Sheridan (1995) 9. Gary Brackett (2002) Jabari Moore (1999)

161 157 154 150 140 136 133 132 130 130

UNASSISTED TACKLES 1. Brian Sheridan (1997) 2. Tyronne Stowe (1985) 3. Jim Dumont (1983) 4. Aaron Brady (1998) 5. Jabari Moore (1999) 6. Jim Dumont (1982) 7. Dino Mangiero (1979) 8. Tom Holmes (1974) 9. Bob Davis (1977) 10. Gary Brackett (2002) Elvin Washington (1977)

109 106 104 102 95 94 91 90 87 82 82

ASSISTED TACKLES 1. Tyronne Stowe (1986) 2. Pat Udovich (1989) 3. Kevin Malast (2008) Darrin Czellecz (1988) 5. Bob Speidel (1987) 6. Brian Sheridan (1995) Mark Washington (1994) 8. Matt Bachman (1986) 9. Keith Woetzel (1982) 10. Ryan D’Imperio (2008) Roy Oake (1985) Brian Sheridan (1997) SACKS

1. Nate Toran (1974) 2. Nate Toran (1976) 3. Nate Toran (1975) 4. Dino Mangiero (1979) 5. Shawn Williams (1991) Dan Gray (1975) 7. Val Barnaby (2005) Ryan Neill (2005) Ed Steward (1978) Dan Gray (1976)

INTERCEPTIONS 1. John Pollock (1968) 2. Tony Pawlik (1973) John Miller (1969) 4. Ed Jones (1974) Bill Vigh (1947) 6. Bill Houston (1983) Bill Houston (1982) Bob Hynoski (1978) Sam Chapman (1970) Bill Austin (1958)

81 69 61 61 60 56 56 55 54 52 52 52 19 (115) 17 (115) 16 (103) 14 (94) 12 (77) 12 (89) 10 (58) 10 (69) 10 (75) 10 (75) 9 8 8 7 7 6 6 6 6 6

TOTAL TACKLES 1. Tyronne Stowe vs. West Virginia (11/8/86)

27

SACKS 1. Mike Pellowski at Lafayette (9/20/69) 2. Ryan D’Imperio at USF (11/15/08)

4 3

INTERCEPTIONS 1. Malik Jackson vs. Virginia Tech (10/31/92) Tony Pawlik vs. Lafayette (10/13/73) Larry Clymer vs. Colgate (11/21/70) John Pollock vs. Colgate (11/23/68) Sam Mudie at Colgate (11/18/61)

3 3 3 3 3

LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN 1. Mike Wittpen vs. Stevens, (TD) 11/20/15 2. Bill Houston vs. Colgate, (TD) 10/23/82 3. Bill Austin vs. Richmond ,(TD) 10/26/57 4. Kevin Malast at Pittsburgh, 10/25/08 4. Shawn Seabroks vs. Buffalo, (TD) 8/30/01 5. Nate Jones vs. Boston College, (TD) 11/17/01 6. Ron Sabo vs.Connecticut, (TD) 10/5/57) 7. Dave Figueroa vs. Bucknell, 9/20/75 8. Brandon Haw vs. Michigan St., (TD) 9/6/03 9. David Rowe vs. Texas Southern (10/10/09) 10. Sam Picketts vs. Harvard, 10/30/70

99 94 85 74 73 70 66 64 61 56 54

LONGEST FUMBLE RECOVERY RETURN 1. Paul Rivers vs. Pittsburgh, 10/28/95* 100 * NCAA Record

TEAM DEFENSE RECORDS RUSHING ATTEMPTS Game - 19 at Temple, 10/25/03 Season - 407 in 1976 RUSHING YARDS Game - (-38), vs. Louisville, 11/1/86 Season - 406 in 1976 PASSING ATTEMPTS Game - 1 vs. Army, 10/28/89 Season - 209 in 1979 PASS COMPLETIONS Game - 1 vs. Army, 10/22/88; vs. Army, 10/28/89; vs. Army, 10/5/91; Army, 10/8/94 Season - 88 in 1975 PASSING YARDS Game - 2, vs. Army, 10/8/94 Season - 940 in 1975 TOTAL OFFENSE - YARDS (PLAYS) Game - 104 (43) vs. Connecticut, 10/9/75 Season - 1,971 (629) in 1976


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SPECIAL TEAMS RECORDS CAREER SPECIAL TEAMS LEADERS

FIELD GOALS 1. Jeremy Ito (2004-07) 2. Kennan Startzell (1976-79) 3. Tom Angstadt (1983-85) Alex Falcinelli (1980-82) 5. San San Te (2008-present) 6. Carmen Sclafani (1987-88) 7. John Benestad (1990-93) 8. Doug Giesler (1986-89) 9. Ryan Sands (2001-2004) 10. Steve Barone (1998-2001)

80 46 36 38 30 29 28 27 23 21

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 38-49 (77.6) 1. Alex Falcinelli (1980-82) 2. Doug Giesler (1986-89) 27-35 (77.1) 80-111 (72.1) 3. Jeremy Ito (2004-07) 4. Carmen Sclafani (1987-88) 29-42 (69.0) 5. San San Te (2008-present) 30-45 (66.7) 36-59 (61.1) 6. Tom Angstadt (1983-85) 7. Ryan Sands (2001-04) 23-39 (59.0) 46-78 (59.0) Kennan Startzell (1976-79) 9. John Pesce (1970-72) 16-29 (55.2) 28-51 (54.9) 10. John Benestad (1990-93) PUNTS 1. Jared Slovan (1994-97) 2. Mike Barr (1998-02) 3. Gary Liska (1981-84) 4. Matt O'Connell (1985-87) 5. Joe Radigan (2003-06) 6. Deron Cherry (1977-80) 7. David Dunne (1990-92) 8. Mike Yancheff (1968-70) 9. John Piccirillo (1972-74) 10. Teddy Dellaganna (2008-present) PUNT YARDAGE 1. Mike Barr (1998-02) 2. Jared Slovan (1994-97) 3. Matt O'Connell (1985-88) 4. Joe Radigan (2003-06) 5. Gary Liska (1981-84) 6. Deron Cherry (1977-80) 7. David Dunne (1990-92) 8. Teddy Dellaganna (2008-present) 9. Mike Yancheff (1968-70) 10. John Piccirillo (1972-74)

252 251 238 237 228 188 142 131 125 123 10,096 9,756 9,469 9,185 8,807 7,413 5,398 5,141 4,711 4,545

PUNT AVERAGE (Min.: 40 punts) 1. Teddy Dellaganna (2008-present) 123 (41.8) 2. Joe Radigan (2003-06) 228 (40.3) 3. Mike Barr (1998-02) 251 (40.2) 4. Matt O'Connell (1985-88) 237 (40.0) 5. Deron Cherry (1977-80) 188 (39.4) 6. Jared Slovan (1994-97) 252 (38.7) 7. Steve Simek (1974-75) 96 (38.4) 8. David Lipetz (1991-93) 55 (38.3) 9. David Dunne (1990-92) 142 (38.0) 10. Larry Robertson (1969-71) 64 (37.6) KICKOFF RETURN YARDAGE 1. Terrell Willis (1993-95) 2. Nate Jones (2000-03) 3. Wille Foster (2003-06) 4. Eric Young (1985-88) 5. Ron Allen (1988-91) 6. Jim Baker (1965-67) 7. Dennis Thomas (1998-01) 8. Brian Cobb (1984-87) 9. Gary Melton (1989-92) 10. Dave Dorn (1977-80)

2,063 1,902 1,553 1,451 1,283 1,234 1,173 1,121 1,032 873

KICKOFF RETURNS 1. Terrell Willis (1993-95) 2. Nate Jones (2000-03) 3. Willie Foster (2003-06) 4. Eric Young (1985-88) 5. Dennis Thomas (1998-01) Jim Baker (1965-67) 7. Ron Allen (1988-91) 8. Brain Cobb (1984-87) 9. Steve Harper (1994-97) 10. Dave Dorn (1977-80) PUNT RETURN YARDAGE 1. Marshall Roberts (1989-92) 2. Henry Jenkins (1975-76) 3. John Pollock (1966-68) 4. Tony Pawlik (1972-74) 5. Willie Foster (2003-06) Henry Stevens (1944) 7. Tres Moses (2001-05) 8. Reggie Funderburk (1993-97) 9. Ken Smith (1977-80) 10. Dave Dorn (1977-80) PUNT RETURNS 1. Marshall Roberts (1989-92) 2. Reggie Funderburk (1993-97) 3. John Pollock (1966-68) 4. Henry Jenkins (1975-76) 5. Tony Pawlik (1972-74) 6. Tres Moses (2001-05) 7. Paul Fego (1977-79) 8. Willie Foster (2003-06) 9. Charles Mudie (1964-66) 10. Harold Young (1981-84)

91 82 70 64 54 54 51 50 49 44 1,018 726 652 545 444 444 441 440 384 353 91 59 58 50 48 45 43 41 39 37

SEASON SPECIAL TEAMS LEADERS

FIELD GOALS 1. Jeremy Ito (2007) 2. Jeremy Ito (2006) 3. Jeremy Ito (2005) 4. Tom Angstadt (1984) 5. San San Te (2009) 6. Carmen Sclafani (1988) 7. Jeremy Ito (2004) Kennan Startzell (1978) 9. Doug Giesler (1986) Alex Falcinelli (1980)

23 22 20 19 18 17 15 15 14 14

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Min.: 15 attempts) 1. Alex Falcinelli (1982) 12-15 (80.0) 2. Kennan Startzell (1978) 15-19 (79.0) 3. Jeremy Ito (2006) 22-29 (75.9) 4. Jeremy Ito (2007) 23-31 (74.2) 5. Jeremy Ito (2005) 20-27 (74.1) 6. Tom Angstadt (1983) 11-15 (73.3) 7. Carmen Sclafani (1988) 17-24 (70.8) 8. Kennan Startzell (1979) 13-19 (68.4) 9. Tom Angstadt (1984) 19-28 (67.8) PUNTS 1. Mike Barr (2002) 2. Mike Barr (2001) 3. Deron Cherry (1978) 4. Jared Slovan (1996) Gary Liska (1978) 6. Charlie Titus (1999) Jared Slovan (1997) 8. Teddy Dellaganna 9. David Dunne (1990) 10. Matt O'Connell (1985)

92 84 76 73 73 69 69 68 67 66

PUNT YARDAGE 1. Mike Barr (2002) 2. Mike Barr (2001) 3. Jared Slovan (1996) Deron Cherry (1978) 5. Jared Slovan (1997) 6. Teddy Dellaganna (2009) 7. Charlie Titus (1999) 8. Joe Radigan (2006) 9. Gary Liska (1981) 10. Matt O'Connell (1985) AVERAGE (Min.: 15 punts) 1. Joe Radigan (2006) 2. Teddy Dellaganna (2009) 3. Mike Barr (2001) 4. Alan Andrews (1982) 5. Jared Slovan (1997) 6. Charlie Titus (1998) 7. Matt O'Connell (1986) 8. Deron Cherry (1979) 8. Teddy Dellaganna (2008) 10. Matt O'Connell (1988) KICKOFF RETURNS 1. Nate Jones (2001) 2. Terrell Willis (1995) 3. Dennis Thomas (1999) 4. Willie Foster (2005) Steve Harper (1996) Terrell Willis (1993) 7. Jermaine Robinson (1997) 8. Nate Jones (2002) Terrell Willis (1994) 10. Brian Cobb (1987)

3,707 3,526 2,918 2,918 2,886 2,873 2,801 2,467 2,777 2,572 44.1 42.2 42.0 41.9 41.8 41.6 41.4 41.3 41.2 40.9 37 35 34 30 30 30 27 26 26 24

KICKOFF RETURN YARDAGE 1. Terrell Willis (1995) 2. Willie Foster (2005) Nate Jones (2002) 4. Dennis Thomas (1999) 5. Terrell Willis (1993) 6. Nate Jones (2001) 7. Steve Harper (1996) 8. Terrell Willis (1994) 9. Brian Cobb (1987) 10. Bruce Miller (1971)

813 736 736 726 704 677 564 546 545 524

PUNT RETURN YARDAGE 1. Marshall Roberts (1991) 2. Henry Jenkins (1976) 3. Henry Pryor (1948) Henry Stevens (1944) 5. Tony Pawlik (1974) 6. John Pollock (1968) 7. Henry Jenkins (1975) 8. Harold Young (1984) 9. John Pollock (1967) 10. Tres Moses (2003)

454 449 444 444 388 375 277 270 264 250

PUNT RETURNS 1. John Pollock (1968) 2. Marshall Roberts (1991) Tony Pawlik (1974) 4. Reggie Funderburk (1995) Henry Jenkins (1976) 6. Paul Fego (1978) 7. Sam Chapman (1970) 8. Reggie Funderburk (1994) Henry Pryor (1948) 10. Harold Young (1984) Tres Moses (2003)

35 34 34 30 30 27 25 24 24 22 22


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SPECIAL TEAMS/TOTAL OFFENSE RECORDS GAME LEADERS

LONGEST FIELD GOALS 1. John Benestad vs. West Virginia (11/10/90) 2. Jeremy Ito vs. Ball State (1/5/08) Jeremy Ito at USF (9/29/06) 4. Jeremy Ito vs. Arizona State (12/27/05) 5. Jeremy Ito vs. USF (10/18/07) Jeremy Ito vs. Connecticut (10/29/06) Jeremy Ito at Syracuse (10/15/05) Steve Barone at Navy (11/7/98) John Benestad at Miami (11/13/93) Carmen Sclafani at Syracuse (10/8/88) Tom Angstadt vs. Pittsburgh (10/19/85) Alex Falcinelli at Pittsburgh (11/20/82) Alex Falcinelli vs. William & Mary (10/2/82)

55 53 53 52 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51

LONGEST PUNTS 1. Joe Radigan vs. Illinois (9/9/06) 2. Jared Slovan vs. Wake Forest (11/8/97) 3. David Dunne at Boston College (10/6/90) 4. Matt O'Connell at West Virginia (11/9/85) 5. Gary Liska at Penn State (9/8/84)

78 77 75 72 68

LONGEST PUNT RETURNS 1. Tony Pawlik at Princeton (TD, 9/28/74) 2. Marshall Roberts vs. Colgate (TD, 9/12/92) 3. Ken Smith vs. Princeton (9/29/79) 4. Willie Foster vs. Pittsburgh (TD, 9/30/05) 5. John Pollock vs. Holy Cross (TD, 11/16/68) 6. Robert Max vs. Delaware (11/2/57) 7. Tres Moses vs. Buffalo (8/30/03) 8. Marshall Roberts vs. WVU (TD, 11/11/89) 9. D. McHarris vs. BC (TD,10/27/84) 10. Marshall Roberts vs. BC (8/31/91)

94 85 84 74 73 67 66 63 44 42

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURNS 1. Nate Jones at Syracuse (TD, 10/26/02) Nate Jones at Tennesee (TD, 9/28/02) 3. Devin McCourty at UConn (TD, 10/31/09) Hall Conors at Maryland (TD, 10/10/42) 4. Ken Smith at Army (TD, 11/1/80) Tom Sweeney vs. Morgan St. (TD,11/18/72) 6. Gary Melton vs. Northwestern (TD, 9/21/91) 7. Jim Baker vs. Holy Cross (TD, 11/13/65) 8. Reggie Stephens at Miami (TD, 11/15/97) 9. Willie Foster vs. Villanova (TD, 9/10/05) 10. Joe Lefeged vs. West Va. (TD, 12/5/09)

CAREER LEADERS

100 100 98 98 97 97 96 95 94 93 91

ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE (SINCE 1948) 1. Terrell Willis (1993-95) 5,340 2. Ray Rice (2005-07) 5,260 3. Brian Leonard (2003-06) 4,643 4. Bruce Presley (1992-95) 3,831 5. Tres Moses (2001-05) 3,513 6. Mike Fisher (1974-77) 3,426 7. Dave Dorn (1977-80) 3,308 8. Dennis Thomas (1998-01) 3,245 9. Albert Smith (1982-85) 3,156 10. Kenny Britt (2006-08) 3,118 TOTAL OFFENSE 1. Mike Teel (2005-08) 2. Ryan Hart (2002-05) 3. Scott Erney (1986-89) 4. Mike McMahon (1997-00) 5. Ray Lucas (1992-95) 6. Eric Hochberg (1982-85) 7. Bert Kosup (1974, 76-77) 8. Tom Tarver (1989-91) 9. Ed McMichael (1976-80) 10. Terrell Willis (1993-95)

9,173 8,149 7,320 6,793 6,643 3,731 3,670 3,319 3,274 3,114

PLAYS 1. Ryan Hart (2002-05) 2. Scott Erney (1986-89) 3. Mike Teel (2005-08) 4. Mike McMahon (1997-00) 5. Ray Lucas (1992-95) 6. Ray Rice (2005-07) 7. Eric Hochberg (1982-85) 8. "JJ" Jennings (1971-73) 9. Tom Tarver (1989-91) Bert Kosup (1974, 76-77) SCORING 1. Jeremy Ito (2004-07) 2. Ray Rice (2005-07) 3. Brian Leonard (2003-06) 4. Kennan Starzell (1976-79) 5. Homer Hazel (1916, 23-24) 6. "JJ" Jennings (1971-73) 7. Bill Austin (1956-58) 8. Howard Talman (1912-15) 9. Henry Benkert (1921-24) 10. John Benestad (1990-93)

1,358 1,310 1,198 1,191 1,167 911 696 651 637 637 400 300 272 261 216 206 204 203 201 191

SEASON LEADERS

ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE (SINCE 1948) 1. Ray Rice (2007) 2,251 2. Terrell Willis (1993) 2,026 3. Ray Rice (2006) 1,824 4. Terrell Willis (1994) 1,697 5. Terrell Willis (1995) 1,617 6. Bruce Presley (1992) 1,532 7. Dave Dorn (1978) 1,450 8. Kenny Britt (2008) 1,446 9. Brian Leonard (2003) 1,368 10. “JJ” Jennings (1973) 1,364 TOTAL OFFENSE 1. Mike Teel (2008) 2. Mike Teel (2007) 3. Ryan Hart (2004) 4. Scott Erney (1989) 5. Ryan Hart (2003) 6. Ray Lucas (1995) 7. Mike McMahon (2000) 8. Scott Erney (1988) 9. Mike McMahon (1997) 10. Ryan Hart (2005) PLAYS 1. Ryan Hart (2004) 2. Scott Erney (1989) 3. Ryan Hart (2003) 4. Ray Lucas (1995) 5. Mike Teel (2008) 6. Mike McMahon (2000) 7. Ray Rice (2007) 8. Scott Erney (1988) 9. Tom Tarver (1991) 10. Mike Teel (2007)

SCORING 1. Ray Rice (2007) 2. Howard Talman (1915) 3. “JJ” Jennings (1973) 4. Jeremy Ito (2007) Ray Rice (2006) 6. Jeremy Ito (2006) 7. Bill Austin (1958) 8. Brian Leonard (2005) 9. Jeremy Ito (2005) Henry Benkert (1924)

3,345 3,098 3,061 2,675 2,538 2,456 2,400 2,192 2,136 2,117

GAME LEADERS TOTAL OFFENSE 1. Mike Teel vs. Louisville (12/4/08) 2. Scott Erney vs. Vanderbilt (9/17/88) PLAYS 1. Scott Erney at Penn State (10/10/87)

62

SCORING 1. Howard Talman vs. RPI (10/9/15)

48

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTS 1. Jeremy Ito at Illinois (9/3/05) Jeremy Ito vs. Michigan State (9/4/04)

7 7

FIELD GOALS CONVERTED 1. Tom Angstadt vs. Cincinnati (9/29/84)

5

EXTRA POINT ATTEMPTS 1. Howard Talman vs. RPI, (10/9/15)

14

EXTRA POINTS CONVERTED 1. Howard Talman vs. RPI, (10/9/15)

12

TOTAL ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE 1. Terrell Willis vs. Temple (11/5/94)

326

OFFENSIVE GAME/ SEASON RECORDS

POINTS Game - 96 vs. RPI, 10/9/15 Season - 426 in 2007 EXTRA POINTS Game - 12 vs. RPI, 10/9/15 Season - 51 in 2007

PLAYS FROM SCRIMMAGE Game - 95 vs. Duke, 9/14/91; vs. Tulane, 11/11/95 Season - 916 in 2007 FIRST DOWNS Game - 36 vs. Temple, 10/2/93 Season - 294 in 2007 TOTAL OFFENSE Game - 781 vs. Colgate, 11/23/74 Season - 5,841 in 2007

499 443 438 424 420 408 405 381 362 359 150 135 128 120 120 107 106 102 100 100

447 436

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Year 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 YEAR 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

RUSHING LEADERS Name Bill Austin Bill Austin Jim Rogers Steve Simms Steve Simms Bill Thompson Don Viggiano Bob Brendel Rich Capria Bryant Mitchell Bryant Mitchell Bryant Mitchell Steve Ferrughelli Larry Robertson Larry Robertson "JJ" Jennings "JJ" Jennings Curt Edwards Curt Edwards Glen Kehler Glen Kehler Glen Kehler Albert Ray Albert Ray Albert Ray Albert Smith Albert Smith Albert Smith Albert Smith Matt Prescott Henry Henderson Mike Botti James Cann Tekay Dorsey Antoine Moore Bruce Presley Terrell Willis Terrell Willis Terrell Willis Chad Bosch Jacki Crooks Jacki Crooks Jacki Crooks Dennis Thomas Dennis Thomas Markis Facyson Brian Leonard Brian Leonard Ray Rice Ray Rice Ray Rice Kordell Young Joe Martinek

PASSING LEADERS NAME Bill Austin Bruce Webster Sam Mudie Sam Mudie Bill Speranza Bob Yaksick Dave Stout Roger Kalinger Jack Callaghan Fred Eckert Bruce Van Ness Rich Policastro Rich Policastro Mike Yanchef Leo Gasiencia Leo Gasiencia John Piccirillo Bert Kosup Jeff Rebholz Bert Kosup Bert Kosup Bob Hering Ed McMichael

Yards 946 747 161 613 614 405 404 464 242 540 542 1,204 564 397 405 1,262 1,353 889 1,157 764 866 883 567 778 679 466 572 869 362 606 846 715 429 505 627 817 1,261 1,080 773 523 758 821 587 587 372 398 880 732 1,120 1,794 2,012 554 967 YARDS 479 513 339 452 318 502 634 916 456 756 524 994 1,690 974 1,148 1,409 415 1,070 715 1,098 1,445 1,193 1,529

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Year 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS Ed McMichael Ralph Leek Jacque LaPrarie Jacque LaPrarie Eric Hochberg Joe Gagliardi Scott Erney Scott Erney Scott Erney Scott Erney Tom Tarver Tom Tarver Bryan Fortay Ray Lucas Ray Lucas Ray Lucas Mike Stephans Mike McMahon Mike McMahon Mike McMahon Mike McMahon Ryan Cubit Ted Trump Ryan Hart Ryan Hart Ryan Hart Mike Teel Mike Teel Mike Teel Tom Savage

RECEIVING LEADERS Name Bob Simms Bob Simms Bob Simms Arny Byrd Lee Curley Bill Craft Paul Strelick Jack Emmer Charley Mudie Jack Emmer Jim Baker Bob Stonebreaker Jim Benedict Al Fenstemacher Bob Carney Tom Sweeney Tom Sweeney Mark Twitty Mark Twitty Mark Twitty George Carter Dave Dorn Dave Dorn Tim Odell Andrew Baker Andrew Baker Andrew Baker Andrew Baker Albert Smith Brian Cobb Eric Young Eric Young James Cann James Guarantano James Guarantano James Guarantano Chris Brantley Marco Battaglia Marco Battaglia Steven Harper Walter King Bill Powell Errol Johnson Errol Johnson Aaron Martin LJ Smith Shawn Tucker Tres Moses

1,761 926 1,164 1,275 1,905 1,273 1,160 1,369 2,123 2,536 1,348 1,969 1,608 1,011 1,869 2,180 918 1,259 2,203 989 2,157 1,433 740 2,714 3,154 2,135 2,135 3,147 3,418 2,211 Yards 180 468 345 269 274 426 242 306 243 701 242 448 650 254 351 369 479 314 544 514 391 535 468 718 356 472 857 583 244 368 364 592 507 386 740 755 589 779 894 321 445 730 507 555 523 384 726 1,056

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Year 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Year 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990

Tres Moses Clark Harris Kenny Britt Kenny Britt Tim Brown

TACKLE LEADERS Name Tom Holmes Tom Holmes Jim Hughes Bob Davis Tim Blanchard Dino Mangiero Mike Knight Keith Woetzel Jim Dumont Jim Dumont Roy Oake Tyronne Stowe Tyronne Stowe Bob Speidel Pat Udovich Pat Udovich Elnardo Webster Elnardo Webster Doug Adkins Jamil Jackson Mark Washington Brian Sheridan Aaron Brady Brian Sheridan Aaron Brady Jabari Moore Wes Robertson Shawn Seabrooks Gary Brackett Jarvis Johnson Jarvis Johnson Courtney Greene Devraun Thompson Courtney Greene Kevin Malast Damaso Munoz

758 493 1,232 1,371 1,150

Tackles 124 96 113 121 122 113 98 101 133 154 124 157 150 128 104 140 99 81 70 65 97 132 92 161 136 130 83 99 130 97 75 116 83 101 101 81

TOTAL OFFENSE LEADERS Name Bill Austin Bill Austin Sam Mudie Steve Simms Sam Mudie Bob Yaksick Dave Stoudt Roger Kalinger John Callaghan Fred Eckert Bruce Van Ness Bryant Mitchell Rich Policastro Mike Yancheff Leo Gasiencia Leo Gasiencia "JJ" Jennings Bert Kosup Curt Edwards Bert Kosup Bert Kosup Bob Hering Ed McMichael Ed McMichael Ralph Leek Jacque LaPrarie Jacque LaPrarie Rusty Hochberg Joe Gagliardi Scott Erney Scott Erney Scott Erney Scott Erney Tom Tarver

Yards 1,425 1,031 473 719 703 741 729 1,075 553 750 917 1,257 1,571 1,117 1,096 1,415 1,367 1,206 1,217 1,097 1,367 1,109 1,452 1,548 971 1,333 1,328 1,818 1,214 1,171 1,270 2,192 2,675 1,348

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Year 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Tom Tarver Bryan Fortay Terrell Willis Ray Lucas Ray Lucas Mike Stephans Mike McMahon Mike McMahon Mike McMahon Mike McMahon Ryan Cubit Ted Trump Ryan Hart Ryan Hart Ryan Hart Mike Teel Mike Teel Mike Teel Tom Savage

SCORING LEADERS Name Bill Austin Bill Austin Bob Simms Steve Simms Bob Mudie Bob Yaksick Bob Brendel Chester Ward Jack Hohnstine Don Riesett Bob Stohrer Bryant Mitchell Bryant Mitchell Bryant Mitchell Bruce Van Ness John Pesce Larry Robertson John Pesce "JJ" Jennings Bert Kosup Curt Edwards Kennan Startzell Mike Fisher Kennan Startzell Dave Dorn Alex Falcinelli Alex Falcinelli Alex Falcinelli Tom Angstadt Tom Angstadt Albert Smith Doug Giesler Carmen Sclafani Carmen Sclafani James Cann John Benestad Bill Bailey Antoine Moore John Benestad Terrell Willis Reggie Funderburk Marco Battaglia Nick Mike-Mayer Jacki Crooks Steve Barone Steve Barone Steve Barone Ryan Sands Ryan Sands Brian Leonard Jeremy Ito Brian Leonard Ray Rice Ray Rice San San Te San San Te

1,775 1,767 1,261 2,026 2,456 829 1,276 2,136 981 2,400 1,334 632 2,714 3,061 2,117 2,085 3,098 3,345 2,106 Points 74 106 20 36 70 36 24 30 12 12 12 42 36 54 48 33 42 56 128 36 66 65 60 76 74 69 47 52 49 77 42 56 54 78 66 37 36 36 71 80 48 62 26 26 44 40 47 26 33 86 73 102 120 150 81 93


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YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946

Rush Yards Pass Yards 1,747 2,495 1,664 3,515 2,574 3,267 2,342 2,144 1,947 2,818 918 3,416 1,666 2,757 620 1,948 1,150 1,508 1,161 2,518 895 2,287 1,378 2,242 1,168 2,143 962 1,584 2,113 2,588 1,978 2,198 2,588 1,801 2,035 2,444 1,244 2,180 1,324 1,804 1,173 2,709 1,527 2,254 1,665 1,476 1,745 2,084 1,143 2,025 1,737 1,909 1,605 2,008 1,710 1,555 1,626 1,215 1,840 1,945 1,939 1,548 2,644 1,487 2,630 1,652 2,443 1,327 2,895 1,225 2,525 1,209 2,613 1,024 2,009 1,542 1,475 1,390 1,312 1,325 1,336 1,983 1,960 1,698 1,605 890 1,311 1,372 1,305 1,006 1,629 1,127 1,698 672 1,746 927 1,968 644 1,916 795 1,184 946 1,721 967 1,703 918 1,168 898 1,089 488 1,481 788 1,137 791 1,440 1,173 1,584 573 1,295 1,153 2,124 658 1,908 825 1,946 1,015 1,673 704

RUTGERS Total Yards 4,242 5,179 5,841 4,486 4,765 4,334 4,423 2,568 2,658 3,679 3,182 3,620 3,302 2,546 4,701 4,176 4,389 4,479 3,424 3,128 3,882 3,781 3,141 3,829 3,168 3,646 3,613 3,265 2,831 3,785 3,487 4,131 4,282 3,770 4,120 3,734 3,637 3,551 2,860 2,637 3,319 3,658 2,495 2,683 2,311 2,756 2,370 2,673 2,612 2,711 2,130 2,688 2,621 2,066 1,577 2,269 1,928 2,613 2,157 2,448 2,782 2,733 2,961 2,377

1st Downs 211 264 294 219 238 230 237 168 145 188 169 198 169 152 255 215 235 226 189 167 203 209 175 222 190 188 195 179 162 208 198 210 210 206 220 180 183 206 159 154 207 182 132 140 132 165 134 154 148 144 115 143 141 70 82 124 95 126 88 112 110 135 124 94

Points 375 377 426 387 344 269 329 167 119 233 155 206 191 143 304 241 351 344 217 173 245 273 168 221 149 213 195 180 139 279 243 284 291 287 347 244 245 290 193 193 212 276 155 184 84 149 145 164 246 225 132 301 181 117 95 140 126 178 184 186 266 224 262 252

Rush Yards 1,342 1,763 2,076 1,313 1,596 1,960 1,957 2,484 2,535 2,444 2,404 2,706 2,843 2,363 1,777 1,808 2,086 1,831 1,674 2,181 2,706 2,569 2,710 1,510 2,147 1,453 2,008 1,571 2,337 1,422 1,700 1,662 1,801 923 1,293 1,434 2,179 2,095 2,617 2,432 1,504 2,114 1,767 1,572 1,393 757 1,364 1,663 1,230 1,321 1,479 1,465 1,547 2,357 1,706 1,225 1,447 1,699 1,456 1,115 1,215 1,266 1,069 620

Pass Yards 2,659 2,487 2,218 1,966 2,872 2,756 2,597 2,376 2,085 2,213 2,367 2,001 2,429 2,584 2,888 2,253 2,273 2,417 1,853 1,881 1,874 2,026 1,849 2,052 1,860 1,832 1,943 2,337 1,397 1,585 1,176 1,635 1,337 1,048 940 1,209 1,415 1,258 1,557 1,138 1,156 1,390 1,517 1,133 964 1,256 841 776 884 766 981 813 975 902 533 1,020 1,023 1,013 897 773 897 745 679 702

OPPONENTS Total Yards 1st Downs 4,001 198 4,250 201 4,294 229 3,279 166 4,468 258 4,716 235 4,554 218 4,860 238 4,620 218 4,657 249 4,771 245 4,707 242 5,272 257 4,947 250 4,665 225 4,061 219 4,359 221 4,248 206 3,527 178 4,062 221 4,580 232 4,595 243 4,559 258 3,562 197 4,007 225 3,285 186 3,951 217 3,908 202 3,734 206 3,007 168 2,876 171 3,297 180 3,138 186 1,971 117 2,233 141 2,643 157 3,594 206 3,353 176 4,174 212 3,570 193 2,660 156 3,504 204 3,284 181 2,705 141 2,347 134 2,013 91 2,205 113 2,439 141 2,114 116 2,087 116 2,460 124 2,278 127 2,522 138 3,259 119 2,239 111 2,245 92 2,407 114 2,712 123 2,353 92 1,888 87 2,112 95 2,011 100 1,745 77 1,322 84

Points 233 245 292 186 307 343 354 397 397 399 427 376 496 380 412 261 334 245 217 302 319 255 213 189 266 155 258 278 208 156 174 165 181 287 91 146 228 172 243 218 150 182 170 177 152 115 197 169 102 69 121 77 133 240 163 145 216 184 114 154 138 130 99 48


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ALL-TIME HEAD COACHING RECORDS

Oliver D. Mann 1903, 1905 Two seasons 7-10-1

Harvey J Harman

1938-41, 1946-55 14 seasons 74-44-2

A.E. Hitchner 1904 One season 1-6-2

John R. Steigman 1956-1959 Four seasons 22-15-0

NO. COACH 1.

William A. Reynolds

3.

John C. B. Pendleton

2. 4. 5. 6. 7.

8. 9.

10.

11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

18. 19. 20.

21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27.

28.

F.H. Gorton 1906-07 Two seasons 8-7-3

John F. Bateman 1960-72 13 seasons 73-51-0

ALMA MATER

H.W. Ambruster

William V.B. Van Dyck, Jr. Michael F. Daly

Arthur P. Robinson

Rutgers

Rutgers

A.E. Hitchner

Rutgers

Oliver D. Mann F. H. Gorton

Joseph Smith

Herman Pritchard

1908 One season 3-5-1

Howard Gargan 1910-12 Three seasons 12-10-4

Frank R. Burns 1973-83 11 seasons 78-43-1

TENURE

1891 1895

Harry W. Van Hovenberg Oliver D. Mann

Joseph Smith

Rutgers Rutgers

Colgate

Dartmouth

Swarthmore

George Sanford 1913-23 11 seasons 56-32-5

Dick Anderson 1984-89 Six seasons 27-34-4

W

8

John H. Wallace Harry J. Rockafeller J. Wilder Tasker 1924-26 Three seasons 12-14-1

Doug Graber 1990-95 Six seasons 29-36-1

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6

3

4

1898-1899

3

15

1901

0

1896-1897 1900

8 4

1902

3

1904

1

1903 1905

1906-1907 1908 1909

4 3

12

4

1927-30, 1942-45 Eight seasons 33-26-1

Terry Shea

1996-2000 Five seasons 11-44

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1

7

7

4

6

6

1 2

8

7

3

3

5

1

3

5

Howard Gargan

Fordham

1910-1912

12

John H. Wallace

Rutgers

1924-1926

12

14

1

J. Wilder Tasker

Syracuse

1931-1937

31

27

5

10

1

George Foster Sanford Harry J. Rockafeller Harvey J. Harman

Harry J. Rockafeller Harvey J. Harman John R. Steigman John F. Bateman Frank R. Burns

Yale

Rutgers

Pittsburgh Rutgers

Pittsburgh

1913-1923

1927-1930

1938-1941 1942-1945 1946-1955

56

19 26

14 48

10

1

32

16 7

37

Williams College

1956-1959

22

15

Rutgers

1973-1983

78

43

Columbia

1960-1972

73

51

Dick Anderson

Penn State

1984-1989

27

34

Terry Shea

Oregon

1996- 2000

11

44

Doug Graber

Greg Schiano

Wayne State Bucknell

1990-1995

2001-Present

29 55

36 55

4

5

1 1

1

4

1

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Greg Schiano 2001-Present Nine seasons 55-55


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STADIUM RECORDS SINGLE GAME RECORDS Rushing Attempts Team ..................................................................................................80 vs. NYU (10/13/52) Individual ....................................................40 - "JJ" Jennings vs. Colgate (11/25/72) Rushing Yards Team..........................................................................................447 vs. Colgate (11/23/74) Individual ..........................................................232 Terrell Willis vs. Temple (11/5/94) Passing Attempts - Individual..................52 - Rich Policastro vs. Lehigh (10/11/69) Completions - Individual ............................29 - Rich Policastro vs. Lehigh (10/11/69) Passing Yards - Individual ................................447 - Mike Teel vs. Louisville (12/4/08) Passing TDs - Individual ..............................................7 - Mike Teel vs. Louisville (12/4/08) TD Receptions - Individual ........................4 - Chris Brantley vs. Va. Tech (10/31/92) Receiving Yards - Individual ......................192 - Mark Twitty vs. Colgate (11/23/74) Most Interceptions - Individual......................3 - John Pollack vs. Colgate (11/23/68) ............................................................................3 - Larry Clymer vs. Colgate (11/21/70) ............................................................................3 - Tom Pawlik vs. Lafayette (10/13/73) ........................................................................3 - Malik Jackson vs. Va. Tech (10/31/92) Most Field Goals - Individual......................5 - Tom Angstadt vs. Cincinnati (9/29/84) Run - Individual....................................................90 - Chad Bosch vs. Temple (10/26/96) Pass - Individual ....................................................91 - Aaron Martin vs. Navy (10/20/01) FG - Individual ................................................................................................51 - Jeremy Ito, twice Punt Return (TD) - Individual ..............85 - Marshall Roberts vs. Colgate (9/12/92) Kick Return (TD) - Individual ............97 - Tom Sweeney vs. Morgan St. (11/18/72) INT Return - Individual ....................................94 - Bill Houston vs. Colgate (10/23/82)

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Rushing Yards..........................................................245 - Ed Marinaro, Cornell (10/2/71) Passing Yards ............................................470 - Pete Gonzalez, Pittsburgh (10/25/97) Receiving Yards ....................................207 - Larry Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh (10/18/03) Rushing Attempts..........................................48 - Tanardo Sharps, Temple (11/16/02) Passing Attempts..................................................58 - Tyler Palko, Pittsburgh (9/30/05) Passes Completed ..........................................36 - Alex Van Pelt, Pittsburgh (9/17/92) Passes Caught......................................................12 - Kyle Sanborn, Colgate (11/19/88) Long Pass Play ..................................................................91 - Alex Van Pelt to Dietrich Jells, ....................................................................................................................Pittsburgh (9/17/92) Long Rushing Play ..................................................81 - Al Clark, Virginia Tech (8/30/97) Long Field Goal ....................................................51 - Kenny Stucker, Ball State (9/9/89) LARGEST CROWDS IN RUTGERS STADIUM HISTORY 1. Cincinnati 47, RU 15 (9/1/09)......................................................................................53,737 2. West Virginia 24, RU 21 (12/5/09) ..........................................................................52,534 3. Pittsburgh 24, RU 17 (10/16/09)..............................................................................50,296 4. RU 42, Texas Southern 0 (10/10/09)......................................................................50,169 5. RU 31, #23 USF 0 (11/12/09)....................................................................................48,057 6. RU 23, Florida International 15 (9/19/09) ............................................................45,273 7. RU 30, #2 USF 27 (10/18/07)....................................................................................44,267 8. #14 RU 28, #3 Louisville 25 (11/9/06) ..................................................................44,111 9. Maryland 34, #10 RU 24 (9/29/07) ........................................................................43,803 10. #15 RU 38, Syracuse 7 (11/25/06)......................................................................43,791

RUTGERS TEAM RECORDS Points in a Season - High ....................................................................244 (7 games) - 1975 Points in a Season - Low ..........................................................................37 (4 games) - 1965 Points Against - High..............................................................................227 (5 games) - 1997 Points Against - Low ..................................................................................13 (6 games) - 1941 Total Yards - Game ..................................................................781 vs. Colgate (11/23/74) Points - Game ......................................................................................79 vs. Kings Point (1949) Points - Opponent ............................................................................64 - vs. Miami (9/30/00) Consecutive Wins ......................................................................................................20 (1974-78) HOME SITES AND RECORDS College Field Site of the first game in 1869, is now the parking lot behind the College Avenue Gym. YEARS ................................................................................................................................................RECORD 1869-1890......................................................................................................................................24-18-5 Neilson Field Located across the street from the College Avenue Gymnasium, the current site of Records Hall. YEARS ..............................................................................................................................................RECORD 1892-1938 ..............................................................................................................................127-57-13 “Old” Rutgers Stadium Dedicated on November 5, 1938 at the Rutgers-Princeton game, the Stadium had its first game two weeks earlier as Rutgers hosted Hampden-Sydney. The season finale against Lafayette was the third game in the Stadium. Rutgers won all three contests and did not lose at the site until the sixth game in 1940, a 7-6 loss to Lafayette. Rutgers won the first 13 Stadium games, including seven straight in 1939. YEARS ..............................................................................................................................................RECORD 1938-1992 ................................................................................................................................168-53-4 “New” Rutgers Stadium Built on the site of the “Old” Rutgers Stadium on the Busch Campus in Piscataway. YEAR..................................................RECORD 1994............................................................4-1 1995............................................................2-3 1996............................................................2-3 1997............................................................0-5 1998............................................................3-3 1999............................................................1-5 2000............................................................2-4

2001............................................................1-6 2002............................................................1-5 2004............................................................3-3 2005............................................................4-2 2006............................................................6-0 2007............................................................5-3 2008............................................................5-2 2009............................................................4-3 Total.......................................................42-48

“NEW” STADIUM FIRSTS Date Final Score Attendance Coin Toss Kickoff Kickoff Return First Down Pass Play Pass Caught Pass Intercepted Run Tackle Sack Touchdown Touchdown Reception Defensive Score Extra Point Blocked Extra Point Punt Punt Return Punt Blocked Fumble Penalty

September 3, 1994 Rutgers 28, Kent State 6 33,279 Won by Rutgers, elected to defend North goal Robbie Butts (Kent) Vance Benton (Kent) Astron Whatley (Kent) - two yards Ray Lucas (RU) - incomplete Astron Whatley (Kent) from Mike Challenger Berkeley Claggett (Kent) Bruce Presley (RU) - two yards Jon Durkos (Kent) tackled Bruce Presley Bob Sneathen (RU) sacked Mike Challenger Ray Lucas (RU) - eight yard run Steven Harper (RU) from Ray Lucas - 60 yards Curtis Tribbitt (RU) - 28 yard interception Eddie Duborg (RU) Alcides Catanho (RU) blocked Robbie Butts (Kent) Jared Slovan (RU) - 35 yards Reggie Funderburk (RU) - six yds Roger Jones (Kent) Tony Peters (Kent) recovers Rutgers offsides


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ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 21-56-1 Boston College 6-19-1 Duke 2-2-0 Georgia Tech 0-1-0 Maryland 4-6-0 Miami 0-11-0 North Carolina 3-1-0 NC State 1-0-0 Virginia 2-3-0 Virginia Tech 3-11-0 Wake Forest 0-2-0 BIG EAST CONFERENCE 59-99-4 Cincinnati 7-7-1 Connecticut 20-9-0 Louisville 7-2-0 Pittsburgh 7-20-0 South Florida 4-1-0 Syracuse 10-29-1 West Virginia 4-31-2 BIG 12 CONFERENCE 1-3-0 Kansas State 1-0-0 Nebraska 0-1-0 Texas 0-2-0 BIG TEN CONFERENCE 9-25-0 Illinois 1-1-0 Michigan State 3-2-0 Northwestern 3-0-0 Penn State 2-22-0

Tulane UCF

CONFERENCE USA 4-1-0

3-1-0 1-0-0

MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE 28-18-1 Akron 1-0-0 Ball State 1-0-1 Buffalo 5-1-0 Kent State 2-0-0 Ohio 1-1-0 Temple 18-16-0

Air Force

MOUNTAIN WEST 1-1-0

1-1-0

PACIFIC-10 CONFERENCE 0-4-0 Arizona State 0-2-0 California 0-2-0 SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE 5-11-2 Alabama 0-2-0 Auburn 0-1-0 Florida 0-1-1 Kentucky 2-2-1 Louisiana State 1-0-0 Tennessee 1-3-0 Vanderbilt 1-2-0

CONFERENCE SERIES SUN BELT CONFERENCE 1-0-0 Florida International 1-0-0

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE 1-2-0 Fresno State 0-1-0 Hawaii 1-1-0 Army Navy Notre Dame

INDEPENDENTS 29-33-1

FCS PROGRAMS 259-233-13 Boston University Brown Bucknell Colgate Columbia Cornell Dartmouth Delaware Fordham Harvard Holy Cross Howard Lafayette Lehigh Maine Massachusetts Morgan State New Hampshire Norfolk State Pennsylvania Princeton Richmond Texas Southern Villanova William & Mary Yale OTHER PROGRAMS 184-109-20

Albright Alfred ASTP (Rutgers) Bethany Brooklyn College Catholic CCNY Columbia AC Crescent AC Detroit Dickinson Drexel Elizabeth AC Fort Monmouth Fort Wadsworth Franklin & Marshall George Washington Great Lakes Naval TS Hamilton Hamilton Fish AS Hampden-Sydney Haverford

18-18-0 11-11-1 0-4-0

11-2-0 6-5-0 12-4-0 27-15-0 23-21-5 6-5-0 0-1-0 15-13-3 8-5-1 3-2-0 8-11-0 2-0-0 41-30-1 43-30-1 1-0-0 2-2-0 3-0-0 1-1-0 1-0-0 6-11-0 17-53-1 6-0-1 1-0-0 8-7-0 6-4-0 2-11-0

2-0-0 3-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 7-0-0 1-1-1 1-1-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-2-0 1-0-1 1-0-0 3-4-2 2-1-0 0-1-0 4-0-0 1-0-0 2-0-0 5-9-3

Hobart Hoboken Naval TS Irvington AC Jefferson Med School Johns Hopkins Knickerbocker AC League Island Marines Lebanon Valley Manhattan Manhattan AC Marietta Muhlenberg New Jersey AC New York Ag.Coll. New York AC New York Law New York Univ. Newark AC Newport NR Ohio Wesleyan Orange AC Pelham Bay Naval TS Penn Medical Penn Military Providence Quantico Marines Rensselaer Poly Rhode Island State Ridgefield AC Roseville AC St. Bonaventure St. John’s (MD) St. Lawrence Schuykill AC Seton Hall Springfield Stevens Susquehanna Swarthmore Tampa Trinity Tufts Union US Merchant Marine Academy Ursinus Vermont Vineland AC Washington College Washington & Jefferson Washington & Lee Wesleyan West Chester Teachers Western Reserve Williams Wooster

2-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 3-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 3-3-0 3-0-0 4-0-0 6-0-1 1-0-0 1-0-0 2-2-0 1-0-0 23-18-2 2-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-1 1-3-0 1-0-0 0-0-1 4-1-1 3-1-1 0-1-0 5-0-0 1-0-0 2-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 2-0-0 2-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 12-1-0 28-13-5 1-0-0 5-9-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 1-0-0 3-7-0 1-0-0 9-8-0 2-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 0-3-0 1-0-1 1-6-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 0-2-0 1-0-0

AC - Athletic Club AS - All-Stars Ag.Coll. -Agricultural College TS - Transport Station Programs are designated by current conference affiliation, not necessarily the conference at the time of playing Rutgers. Bold denotes 2010 opponent


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1869 (1-1-0) Princeton W 6-4* 11/6 11/15 at Princeton L 0-8 Captain: William J. Leggett 1870 (1-1-0) 11/5 at Princeton L 11/12 Columbia W Captain: William J. Leggett

2-6 6-3

1871 - No Record 1872 (1-1-1) 11/2 at Columbia T 0-0 11/9 Columbia W 7-5 11/16 at Princeton L 1-4 Captain: Claudius Rockefeller 1873 (1-2-0) L 1g-3g 10/24 at Yale Columbia W 5-4 11/1 at Columbia L 3-4 11/8 Captain: George D. Lydecker 1874 (2-2-0) W 10/24 Columbia 10/31 Stevens W 11/14 at Columbia L 11/18 at Princeton L Captain: Abram I. Marine

6-1 6-0 1-4 0-6

1875 (1-1-1) 10/24 Stevens W 6-0 11/2 Columbia T 1-1 11/6 at Yale L 1g-4g Captain: Peter H. Miliken 11/1

1876 (1-0-0) Stevens W Captain: Andrew Raymond

3-2

1877 (0-3-0) 10/27 at Stevens L 1t-2t 11/6 at Columbia L 0-4t* 11/14 Stevens L 0-1g, 1t Captain: Andrew Raymond 1878 (1-2-1) 10/29 Stevens T 0-0 11/2 at Princeton L 0-5g,10t 11/9 at Stevens L 0-1t 12/7 CCNY W 6t,5s-9s Captain: Thomas Fitz-Randolph 1879 (1-2-2) 11/11 at Stevens W 11/15 at Yale L 11/20 at Columbia T 11/23 Stevens T 11/26 at Stevens L Captains: N.W. Voorhees, C.I. Haring

6-0 0-5 0-0 0-0 1-3

1880 (1-2-0) 10/16 at Stevens W 5g-1g 11/2 at Princeton L 0-8g,4t 11/13 at Columbia L1t,3s-8g,4t Captain: John Morrison 10/15 11/8 11/10 11/17 11/19

1881 (2-3-1) at Princeton Columbia Princeton CCNY at Penn

L 11s-3g,5t T 0-0 L 3s-1g W10g, 17t-0 W 1g,2t-1t

12/23 at Columbia L 0-1g, 3t Captain: John Morrison

ALL-TIME RESULTS

1882 (6-4-0) L 0-5g,6t 10/14 at Princeton 10/20 CCNY W 7g,3s-0 10/21 at Yale L 3s-9g,3t 10/28 Yale L 1t-5g,1t 11/4 at Penn W 3t,1s-1t 11/7 Lafayette W 8g,3t-0 11/9 Columbia W 2g,1t-1t 11/14 Princeton L 0-3g,4t 11/18 Penn W 1g,2t-2t 11/24 at Stevens W 2g-0 Captain: William J. Chamberlain 10/17 10/20 10/27 10/31 11/6 11/10 11/17

1883 (1-6-0) Princeton L at Wesleyan L at Princeton L CCNY W at Yale L at Lafayette L Penn L Captain: Charles Pattison

10/10 10/15 10/18 10/22 11/1 11/8 11/15

1884 (3-4-0) Princeton L Columbia W at Princeton L Yale L Lehigh W Lafayette W Wesleyan L Captain: John DeWitt

11/4

0-20 0-37 0-61 54-2 0-98 0-25 0-18 5-23 35-5 0-35 10-76 61-0 26-0 0-31

1885 (0-1-0) at Lehigh L 5-10 Captain: Lewis Chamberlain

11/1 11/6 11/10 11/17

1886 (1-3-0) at Lafayette L 2-24 Vineland AC W 58-0 at Penn L 0-65 Lafayette L 10-26 Captain: Asa Wynkoop

1887 (2-6-0) 10/8 Stevens W 26-0 10/12 Princeton L 0-30 10/15 at Lafayette L 0-20 10/19 at Stevens W 5-2 10/29 at Williams L 6-12 11/2 Penn L 10-13 11/5 at Yale L 0-74 11/12 Lafayette L 0-36 Captain: Clarence G. Scudder 10/6 10/20 10/24 11/1 11/2 11/5 11/7 11/10

1888 (1-6-1) at Yale L Lafayette L Princeton L Stevens T Williams L at Ridgefield AC W Lehigh L at Princeton L Captain: Arthur J. Collier

1889 (1-4-0) 10/12 Penn L 10/16 Lafayette L 10/19 at Wesleyan L 10/26 at Penn L 11/1 Ridgefield AC W Captain: James Bishop, Jr. 1890 (5-4-1) 10/4 at Penn L 10/8 at Princeton L 10/18 New York AC W

0-65 0-4 0-80 0-0 0-42 18-6 0-30 0-82 0-4 0-16 4-58 0-14 18-0 4-16 0-27 30-0

W 10/25 Orange AC Crescent AC W 11/1 11/3 at Yale L 11/4 Lehigh L 11/14 NYU W 11/15 at Columbia T 11/22 Mahattan AC W Captain: James Bishop, Jr.

6-4 68-0 0-70 2-4 62-0 6-6 32-0

10/3 10/10 10/13 10/17 10/21 10/24 10/28 10/31 11/2 11/3 11/7 11/14 11/18 11/24

1891 (8-6-0) at Princeton L 0-12 at Orange AC L 6-10 at Schuylkill AC W 24-0 at Lehigh L 0-22 at Penn L 6-32 Stevens W 12-10 Columbia W 44-0 at Navy L 12-20 at Columbia AC W 4-0 at New York AC L 12-21 NYU W 70-4 at Army W 27-6 NY Law School W 14-0 Manhattan AC W 34-0 Captain: Philip M. Brett

10/1 10/15 10/19 10/22 10/26 10/29 11/2 11/5 11/7

1892 (3-5-1) at Princeton L 0-30 at Orange AC L 10-22 at Lafayette W 16-8 at New York AC W 18-0 at Manhattan AC W 30-0 Lafayette L 10-24 at Stevens L 6-22 at Navy L 12-48 at Columbia AC T 6-6 Captain: John C. Loud

1893 (0-4-0) 10/14 at New York AC L 0-14 10/21 Stevens L 8-39 10/28 at Orange AC L 0-34 11/4 at Lafayette L 0-1 (fft.) Captains: Chalmers P. Dyke, Gabe Ludlow, George Ludlow 1894 (4-6-0) 9/29 at Lehigh L 0-24 10/6 Lafayette W 12-10 10/10 at Princeton L 0-48 10/17 at Stevens W 20-0 10/20 at NJ AC W 8-0 10/27 at Crescent AC L 4-20 11/1 North Carolina W 5-0 11/17 at Virginia L 4-20 11/24 at Columbia AC L 0-20 12/1 at F&M L 4-68 Captain: William V.B. Van Dyck, Jr. 1895 (3-4-0) 9/28 Lehigh L 0-25 10/5 at Princeton L 0-22 10/19 Roseville AC W 38-4 10/23 Swarthmore W 26-12 10/26 NYU W 16-0 10/30 at Lafayette L 0-52 11/6 at Elizabeth AC L 6-16 Captain: William A. Ranney 10/3 10/7 10/10 10/14 10/17 10/21 10/24 10/31

1896 (5-7-0) at Princeton Ursinus at Elizabeth AC at Lehigh Haverford Stevens at Swarthmore at Navy

L W L L W W W L

0-44 20-0 0-28 0-44 6-2 10-0 16-10 0-40

11/3 11/7 11/11 11/14 Captain:

Union at Irvington AC at Stevens Newark AC John N. Mills

10/2 10/6 10/10 10/23 10/27 10/30 11/3 Captain:

1897 (2-5-0) at Newark FC at Princeton Swarthmore Stevens at Haverford at Union at Stevens Francis K. Drury

L L L W

0-10 0-20 0-10 4-0

W L L W L L L

12-6 0-53 6-8 16-0 0-26 0-10 0-14

1898 (1-6-1) 9/28 at Lehigh L 0-12 at Swarthmore L 0-6 10/8 0-1 10/12 at Stevens (forfeit) L W 11-5 10/15 at NYU T 0-0 10/22 Haverford L 0-17 10/29 at Union 11/5 Stevens L 0-5 11/12 at Wesleyan L 0-59 Captain: William E. McMahon 1899 (2-9-0) 10/3 Columbia L 0-26 10/7 at Lehigh L 0-10 10/14 at Lafayette L 0-37 10/18 at Stevens L 5-12 10/21 at Haverford L 0-36 10/25 Swarthmore L 0-34 10/28 at Ursinus L 6-53 11/4 Stevens W 39-0 11/11 NYU L 5-6 11/22 CCNY W 59-0 11/30 Knickerbocker AC L 0-11 (Night, Madison Square Garden) Captain: William E. McMahon 9/26 10/3 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/7 11/17 11/24

1900 (4-4-0) CCNY W Columbia L Haverford W at Lehigh L Ursinus W at Army L at NYU W Union L Captain: Oliver D. Mann

1901 (0-7-0) 10/2 Columbia L 10/5 Manhattan L 10/12 at Ursinus L 10/19 at Swarthmore L 10/26 NYU L 11/2 Delaware L 11/9 at Haverford L Captain: William B. Wyckoff

5-0 0-11 11-0 0-21 17-0 0-23 11-0 6-11 0-27 0-10 0-30 0-27 0-16 5-6 0-17

1902 (3-7-0) 9/28 at Manhattan L 0-6 10/5 Columbia L 0-43 10/12 at Lehigh L 0-34 10/19 Ursinus L 0-16 10/22 Swarthmore L 6-12 10/25 at Haverford L 5-43 11/1 at Stevens W 10-0 11/8 at NYU L 0-22 11/15 Delaware W 15-12 11/22 Stevens W 6-0 Captain: Alfred E. Hitchner


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1903 (4-4-1) at Fordham L 0-15 9/26 at Delaware L 0-5 10/3 10/10 Manhattan W 8-6 10/17 at Ursinus L 0-40 10/24 Haverford L 6-18 10/31 Stevens W 36-6 11/7 at Stevens W 26-5 11/14 NYU W 18-15 11/24 F&M T 0-0 Captain: Alfred E. Hitchner 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/8 11/12 11/19 10/3 10/7 10/10 10/17 10/24 11/10 11/14 11/21 11/28

1904 (1-6-2) at Stevens W at Haverford L Ursinus L at Wesleyan L at Union L Delaware T at NYU L Maryland L Stevens T Captain: Robert W. Cobb

4-0 0-40 0-37 0-39 0-35 6-6 6-35 0-10 0-0

1905 (3-6-0) Stevens W 6-0 at Trinity L 0-11 at Union L 0-11 Seton Hall L 10-22 at Delaware W 10-0 at NYU L 7-10 at Stevens W 5-0 at Haverford L 0-28 at Fordham L 6-17 Captain: Harold E. Green

9/28 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/6 11/10 11/17 11/24

1906 (5-2-2) at Fordham W at Stevens T at Villanova L at Haverford T Delaware L at NYU W CCNY W Stevens W Ursinus W Captain: Douglas J. Fisher

6-0 0-0 0-17 0-0 0-4 14-0 55-0 18-4 29-5

9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/5 11/9 11/16 11/23

1907 (3-5-1) Fordham T at Swarthmore L Lehigh L at Union W at Delaware W at NYU L Haverford L at Jefferson Med. L Stevens W Captain: Douglas J. Fisher

5-5 5-29 6-16 12-5 39-0 0-11 5-6 0-27 4-0

10/3 10/10 10/24 10/31 11/3 11/7 11/10 11/14 11/21

1908 (3-5-1) at Navy L

0-18

at Lehigh L 0-12 at Haverford L 5-9 Hamilton W 5-4 F&M W 9-0 Delaware T 6-6 Ursinus L 0-35 Muhlenberg W 15-5 at Stevens L 13-15 Captain: Charles E. Corbin

1909 (3-5-1) 10/2 Fordham 10/9 at Navy 10/16 at F&M 10/23 Penn Medical

L L L T

0-9 3-12 0-15 0-0

10/30 11/6 11/10 11/13 11/20 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/8 11/12 11/19

ALL-TIME RESULTS

at Hamilton W at NYU L Muhlenberg W Haverford W at Stevens L Captain: Edwin T. Leslie

8-5 0-11 35-5 11-0 5-17

1910 (3-2-3) F&M T 0-0 at Navy T 0-0 Swarthmore W 21-6 at Haverford T 0-0 at NYU L 8-15 St. Lawrence W 17-0 at Wash. Coll. (MD) L 5-6 at Stevens W 8-6 Captain: Howard A. Smith

1911 (4-4-1) 10/3 at Princeton L 10/7 Haverford W 10/14 at Army L W 10/21 Union L 10/28 Swarthmore 11/4 RPI W 11/11 at NYU T L 11/18 Ursinus 11/25 at Stevens W Captain: James K. Alverson

0-37 10-6 0-18 6-0 0-21 6-0 0-0 0-17 3-0

1912 (5-4-0) 9/28 F&M L 0-20 10/2 at Princeton L 6-41 10/12 at Army L 0-19 10/19 Hobart W 16-7 10/26 at Union L 0-3 11/2 Hamilton W 25-6 11/9 RPI W 21-0 11/16 at Haverford W 18-0 11/23 at Stevens W 26-6 Captain: Theodore Van Winkle 1913 (6-3-0) 9/27 at Princeton L 10/4 Union W 10/11 at Army L 10/18 Hobart W 10/25 at RPI W 11/1 Wesleyan L 11/8 at Hamilton W 11/15 Trinity W 11/22 at Stevens W Captain: John E. Elmendorf 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 11/7 11/21 11/26 11/28

1914 (5-3-1) at Princeton RPI at Army Muhlenberg Tufts (2)

L W L W W

3-14 39-6 0-29 71-0 13-0 9-20 38-0 30-7 37-0 0-12 32-0 0-13 17-7 16-7

at Syracuse T 14-14 at Stevens W 83-0 at NYU W 33-0 Wash.& Jeff. (3A) L 13-20 Captain: John P. Tooney

1915 (7-1-0) 9/25 Albright W 53-0 10/2 at Princeton L 0-10 10/9 RPI W 96-0 10/16 Muhlenberg W 21-0 10/30 Springfield (2) W 44-13 11/13 Hamilton Fish W 28-7 11/20 at Stevens W 39-3 11/25 at NYU W 70-0 Captain: Howard P. Talman

10/7 10/14 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/25 12/2

1916 (3-2-2) Villanova W Washington & Lee T at Brown L Holy Cross (2) W West Virginia T Dickinson W Wash & Jeff (3A) L Captain: Francis J. Scarr

9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24

1917 (7-1-1) Ursinus W 25-0 Fort Wadsworth W 90-0 at Syracuse L 10-14 at Lafayette W 33-7 at Fordham W 28-0 West Virginia T 7-7 Springfield W 61-0 League Isl. MarinesW 27-0 Newport NR (3B) W 14-0 Captain: Kenneth Rendall

9/28 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23

1918 (5-2-0) Ursinus W 66-0 Pelham Bay Nav. W 7-0 at Lehigh W 39-0 Nav. Trans.- HobokenW 40-0 at Penn State W 26-3 Great Lakes Nav. (3B)L 14-54 Syracuse (3A) L 0-21 Captain: William Feitner

9/27 10/4 10/11 10/25 11/4 11/8 11/15 11/22

1919 (5-3-0) Ursinus W North Carolina W at Lehigh L NY Aggies W at Syracuse L at Boston College W West Virginia L Northwestern (2) W Captain: Alfred T. Garrett

34-0 19-0 0-19 14-0 0-14 13-7 7-30 28-0

9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/2 11/13 11/25

1920 (2-7-0) Ursinus L Maryland W at Lehigh L Virginia Tech W Virginia L at Cornell L Nebraska (3A) L at West Virginia L at Detroit L Captain: William Gardner

7-14 6-0 0-9 19-6 0-7 0-24 0-28 0-17 0-27

9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/8 11/12 11/19

1921 (4-5-0) at Ursinus W Maryland L Lehigh L Washington & LeeW at Georgia Tech L at Lafayette L Notre Dame (3A) L at NYU W West Virginia W Captain: Paul Duffy

9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/7 11/11 11/18 11/25

33-0 13-13 3-21 14-6 0-0 34-0 9-12

33-0 0-3 0-7 14-13 14-48 0-35 0-48 21-7 17-7

1922 (5-4-0) Penn Military W 13-0 Fordham W 20-15 at Lehigh W 13-7 Bethany L 7-14 at West Virginia L 0-28 LSU (3A) W 25-0 Lafayette L 6-33 NYU (4) W 37-0 Bucknell L 13-20 Captain: Howard P. Raub

9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/6 11/10 11/17 11/24

1923 (7-1-1) Penn Military W Villanova W Lehigh W NYU W at Lafayette T West Virginia (3A) L Richmond W Boston Univ. W Fordham (4) W Captain: W.W. Kingman

27-0 44-0 10-0 7-3 6-6 7-27 56-0 61-0 42-0

1924 (7-1-1) 9/27 Villanova W 14-0 10/4 Lebanon Valley W 56-0 10/11 St. Bonaventure W 36-7 10/18 at Cornell W 10-0 10/25 at Lehigh T 13-13 11/1 F&M W 30-6 11/8 Lafayette (5) W 43-7 11/15 at NYU W 41-3 11/22 Bucknell (6) L 7-12 Captain: E. Gaynor Brennan 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

1925 (2-7-0) Alfred W 19-3 Villanova L 0-20 Maryland (6) L 0-16 at Cornell L 0-41 Lehigh L 0-7 Penn Military L 12-13 at Lafayette L 0-34 at Holy Cross L 0-6 NYU W 7-6 Captain: C. Hoyt Terrill

9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20

1926 (3-6-0) Manhattan W Ursinus W at Wash & Jeff L Holy Cross (2) L at NYU L Delaware W Lafayette L at Lehigh L Swarthmore L Captain: Lester E. Hanf

10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29

1927 (4-4-0) Manhattan at Lafayette GW NYU (3D) Holy Cross (2)

W L L L L

8-0 14-0 6-19 0-21 0-30 21-0 0-38 0-14 0-13 24-6 0-56 0-6 6-60 0-39

11/5 Alfred W 42-0 11/12 at Swarthmore W 19-6 11/17 Lehigh W 12-6 Captain: Herbert E. Lorenz 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26

1928 (6-3-0) St. John's (MD) W Albright W Holy Cross (2) L NYU (3D) L Delaware W Catholic Univ. W Lafayette L at Lehigh W Swarthmore W Captain: Stanley Rosen 1929 (5-4-0) Providence Delaware at Holy Cross St. John's (MD) Catholic Univ.

W W L W L

12-0 19-0 0-46 0-48 34-0 12-0 0-17 7-3 13-2 17-0 19-0 3-20 14-7 10-14


171

11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23

Ursinus W 19-13 at Lafayette L 6-20 Lehigh W 14-0 NYU (3D) L 7-20 Captain: R. Bernard Crowl

1930 (4-5-0) 9/27 Providence L 10/4 GW W 10/11 at Syracuse L 10/18 Johns Hopkins W 10/25 Delaware W 11/1 Holy Cross L 11/8 Lafayette L 11/15 at Lehigh W 11/22 NYU (3D) L Captain: Richard Knauss 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/23 12/3 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18 11/25

6-12 20-6 0-27 33-0 40-0 20-32 26-31 14-13 0-33

1931 (4-3-1) Providence W 19-0 Drexel W 27-6 Springfield W 26-0 NYU (3D) L 7-27 at Holy Cross L 0-27 Delaware T 6-6 at Lafayette L 0-22 Lehigh W 26-12 Captain: Jack Grossman 1932 (6-3-1) Providence T Penn Military W NYU (3D) L Delaware W Holy Cross L Johns Hopkins W Lafayette W at Lehigh W at Springfield W at Manhattan L Captain: Albert Wiley 1933 (6-3-1) F&M Providence at Colgate Penn Military Lehigh Springfield at Lafayette NYU (3D) at Princeton

W W L W W W W T L

6-6 20-6 0-21 32-0 0-6 33-0 7-6 37-6 18-0 6-7 10-0 21-0 2-25 10-0 27-0 31-6 20-13 6-6 6-26

12/2

Villanova L 13-18 Captains: George Kramer, William Demarest, Francis Heenan

9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/15

1934 (5-3-1) Penn Medical T 0-0 at F&M L 0-7 Springfield W 19-7 at Penn L 19-27 at Lehigh W 45-0 Boston Univ. W 52-0 Lafayette W 27-6 NYU W 22-7 Colgate L 0-14 Captain: Albert Twitchell 1935 (4-5-0) West Chester Marietta at Columbia at Princeton Lehigh at Lafayette at Boston Univ. at NYU

L W L L W W W L

7-19 26-9 6-20 6-29 27-6 31-6 12-6 0-48

ALL-TIME RESULTS

L 0-27 11/22 Colgate Captain: Maurice L. Bullard

1936 (1-6-1) 10/3 Marietta W 13-0 10/10 at Princeton L 0-20 10/17 Springfield L 0-6 10/24 at #10 Yale L 0-28 10/31 at Lehigh L 0-19 11/7 Boston Univ. L 0-7 11/14 NYU (3A) L 0-46 11/21 at Wesleyan T 7-7 Captain: George Van Der Noot 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/7 11/13 11/25

1937 (5-4-0) Susquehanna W Hampden-Syndey W Delaware W at Springfield W at Princeton L Lehigh W at Lafayette L Ohio L Brown L Captain: Arthur C. Perry

9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/21 10/29 11/5 11/12

1938 (7-1-0) Marietta W Vermont W NYU L Springfield W Hampden-Sydney W at Lehigh W Princeton W Lafayette W Captain: Paul Harvey

9-0 20-0 27-0 26-0 0-6 34-0 6-13 0-13 6-7 20-0 15-14 6-25 6-0 32-0 13-0 20-18 6-0

1939 (7-1-1) 9/30 Wesleyan W 13-7 10/7 Wooster W 20-0 10/14 Richmond T 6-6 10/21 Maryland W 25-12 10/28 Lehigh W 20-6 11/4 New Hampshire W 32-13 11/11 at Lafayette W 13-6 11/18 Springfield W 17-7 11/30 at Brown L 0-13 Captain: William Tranavitch 10/5 10/12 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23 11/30

1940 (5-3-0) Springfield W 33-0 at Lehigh W 34-0 Marietta W 53-0 at Princeton L 13-28 Connecticut W 45-7 Lafayette L 6-7 St. Lawrence W 20-0 at Maryland L 7-14 Captain: Milton Nelson

1941 (7-2-0) 9/27 Alfred W 34-0 10/4 Springfield W 26-0 10/11 Lehigh W 16-6 10/18 Fort Monmouth W 26-0 10/25 at Syracuse L 7-49 11/1 Maryland W 20-0 11/8 at Lafayette L 0-16 11/15 Connecticut W 32-7 11/22 at Brown W 13-7 Captains: Vinnie Utz, Ralph Schmidt 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31

1942 (3-4-1) Vermont at Maryland Bucknell at Lehigh Springfield

W L W L W

27-20 13-27 9-7 10-28 21-0

Lafayette L 13-19 11/7 T 0-0 11/14 Fort Monmouth L 7-12 11/21 Syracuse Captain: Kenneth MacDonald 1943 (3-2-0) 10/30 Lehigh W 26-0 11/6 Lafayette W 13-0 11/13 at Lehigh W 20-0 11/20 at Lafayette L 2-9 11/26 Brooklyn L 6-12 Captain: Robert S. Goldberger 1944 (3-2-0) 9/30 at Lafayette L 6-19 10/7 at Lehigh W 19-6 10/14 Lafayette L 0-39 10/28 ASTP (Rutgers) W 18-12 11/4 Lehigh W 15-6 Captain: Joseph E. D’Imperio 1945 (5-2-0) Swarthmore L 6-13 10/6 W 19-6 10/13 at Muhlenburg 10/20 Rhode Island StateW 39-7 10/27 at Princeton L 6-14 Lehigh W 25-0 11/3 11/10 at Lafayette W 32-14 11/17 NYU W 13-7 Captain: Eugene McManus 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23

1946 (7-2-0) at Columbia L 7-13 Johns Hopkins W 53-0 NYU (3A) W 26-0 at Princeton L 7-14 George Washington W 25-13 at #17 Harvard W 13-0 Lafayette W 41-2 at Lehigh W 55-6 Bucknell W 25-0 Captain: Charles DiLiberti

1947 (8-1-0) 9/27 at Columbia L 28-40 10/4 Western Reserve W 21-6 10/11 Princeton W 13-7 10/18 Fordham W 36-6 10/25 Lehigh W 46-13 11/1 at Harvard W 31-7 11/8 at Lafayette W 20-0 11/15 NYU W 40-0 11/27 at Brown W 27-20 Captain: John Garrabrant, William Vigh 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30

1948 (7-2-0) at Columbia Colgate Temple at Princeton at Lehigh Brown

L W W W W L

6-27 35-19 34-20 22-6 20-6 6-20

Lafayette W 11/6 W 11/13 NYU (3D) W 11/20 Fordham Captain: Frank Burns

34-13 40-0 28-19

9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19

1949 (6-3-0) USMM W at Temple L Lehigh W Syracuse L at Colgate W at Princeton L at Lafayette W NYU W Fordham W Captain: Earl Read

79-6 7-14 40-27 9-21 35-13 14-34 14-0 33-9 35-14

9/23 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18

1950 (4-4-0) at Syracuse L at #NR/19 Princeton L Temple W NYU W at Lehigh L Brown W Lafayette W at Penn State L Captain: Leon Root

12-42 28-34 26-20 42-0 18-21 15-12 31-7 14-18

9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24

1951 (4-4-0) at Lafayette W 47-12 at Temple L 7-14 NYU (3C) W 55-0 Lehigh L 6-21 Fordham W 13-7 at Brown W 28-21 Penn State L 7-13 Colgate L 21-26 Captain: Jim Monahan

1952 (4-4-1) 9/27 Muhlenberg T 19-19 10/4 at #13/13 Princeton L 19-61 10/11 at Colgate L 7-13 10/18 at Dartmouth L 20-29 10/25 at Brown W 19-7 11/1 Temple W 40-28 11/8 Lafayette W 21-6 11/15 at Penn State L 6-7 11/22 NYU W 27-14 Captains: Russell Sandblom, Howard Anderson 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7

1953 (2-6-0) Virginia Tech at Princeton Brown Fordham Colgate at Lafayette

W L L L L W

20-13 7-9 20-27 13-40 12-33 14-13

11/14 Penn State L 26-54 11/21 at Columbia L 13-27 Captain: Donald Duncan

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9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20

1954 (3-6-0) at Princeton L Fordham L at Colgate L William & Mary L at Lehigh L Temple W Lafayette W at # NR/20 Penn St. L at Columbia W Captains: John O’Hearn, Angelo Iannucci

8-10 7-13 14-26 7-14 13-33 25-0 7-0 14-37 45-12

1955 (3-5-0) 9/24 at Princeton L 7-41 10/8 Muhlenberg W 21-0 10/15 at Brown W 14-12 10/22 Lehigh L 14-21 10/29 Delaware L 7-33 11/5 at Lafayette L 7-16 11/12 Penn State L 13-34 11/19 at Columbia W 12-6 Captains: Ed Evans, Bob Kelley 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24

9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23

1956 (3-7-0) Wesleyan W at Princeton L at Connecticut L Colgate L Boston College L at Lehigh L Lafayette W at Delaware L William & Mary W Columbia L Captains: John Laverty, Arthur Robinson 1957 (5-4-0) at Princeton L

33-13 6-28 7-27 6-48 0-32 13-27 20-19 0-22 20-6 12-18

0-7

Connecticut W 14-7 at Colgate W 48-6 Lehigh L 7-13 Richmond W 26-13 Delaware L 19-23 at Lafayette W 34-19 at William & Mary L 7-38 at Columbia W 26-7 Captain: Richard Pfeiffer

9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22

1958 (8-1-0) at Princeton W at Colgate W Richmond W Bucknell W at Lehigh W at Delaware W Lafayette W Quantico L Columbia W Captain: William Austin

28-0 21-7 23-12 57-12 44-13 37-20 18-0 12-13 61-0

9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/4 11/14 11/21

1959 (6-3-0) at Princeton W Connecticut W Colgate W at Bucknell L Lehigh W Delaware L at Lafayette W Villanova W at Columbia L Captain: Robert Simms

8-6 20-8 15-12 8-15 23-0 14-34 16-14 12-6 16-26

9/24 10/1

1960 (8-1-0) at Princeton W at Connecticut W

13-8 19-6

10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18 11/25

ALL-TIME RESULTS

Colgate W Bucknell W at Lehigh W Villanova L Lafayette W at Delaware W at Columbia W Captain: Lester Senft 1961 (9-0-0) at Princeton W Connecticut W at Bucknell W Lehigh W at Penn W at Lafayette W Delaware W at Colgate W Columbia W Captain: Alex Kroll

49-12 23-19 8-0 12-14 36-8 22-0 43-2 16-13 35-12 21-6 32-15 20-6 37-6 27-19 26-6 32-19

1962 (5-5-0) at Princeton L 7-15 9/29 at Connecticut L 9-15 10/6 10/13 Colgate W 27-15 10/20 at Lehigh W 29-12 W 12-7 10/27 at Penn 11/3 Lafayette W 40-0 11/10 at Delaware L 6-23 L 12-34 11/17 Villanova 11/24 at Columbia W 22-6 12/1 Virginia L 0-41 Captains: Tom Tappen, Tony Simonelli 1963 (3-6-0) 9/28 at Princeton L 10/5 at Harvard L 10/12 at Colgate L 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/28

0-24 0-28 8-28

Lehigh W 30-6 at Penn L 6-7 Boston Univ. W 21-6 at Lafayette W 49-0 Delaware L 3-14 Columbia L 28-35 Captain: Anton Hoeflinger

9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

1964 (6-3-0) at Princeton L 7-10 Connecticut W 9-3 at Lehigh W 20-7 at Penn W 10-7 at Columbia W 38-35 Boston Univ. W 9-0 Lafayette W 31-6 at Delaware L 18-27 Colgate L 7-20 Captain: Robert Norton

9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20

1965 (3-6-0) at Princeton L 6-32 at Connecticut W 17-8 Lehigh W 6-0 at Army L 6-23 Columbia L 7-12 at Boston Univ. L 0-30 at Lafayette L 18-23 Holy Cross W 14-0 Colgate L 10-24 Captain: Peter Savidge

9/24 10/1 10/8

1966 (5-4-0) at Princeton L at Yale W at Lehigh W

10/15 Army 10/22 Columbia

L W

12-16 17-14 42-14 9-14 37-34

10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19

Boston Univ. W 16-7 Lafayette W 32-28 at Holy Cross L 12-24 Colgate L 7-26 Captains: Jack Emmer, Robert Schroeder

1967 (4-5-0) 9/30 at Princeton L 21-22 10/7 Lehigh W 14-7 10/14 Delaware W 29-21 10/21 at Army L 3-14 L 13-24 10/28 at Columbia 11/4 at Lafayette W 27-3 11/11 at Massachusetts L 7-30 11/18 Holy Cross L 10-21 11/25 Colgate W 31-28 Captains: Thomas Vitolo, Robert Higgins 1968 (8-2-0) 9/21 Lafayette W 37-7 9/28 at Princeton W 20-14 10/5 at Cornell L 16-17 10/12 at Lehigh W 29-26 10/19 Army L 0-24 10/26 at Columbia W 28-17 11/2 Delaware W 23-14 11/9 Connecticut W 27-15 11/16 Holy Cross W 41-14 11/23 Colgate W 55-34 Captains: Dave Zimmerman, Rich Bing

1971 (4-7-0) at Lafayette L 7-13 9/18 9/25 at Princeton W 33-18 10/2 Cornell L 17-31 10/9 Lehigh L 14-35 10/16 at Delaware L 7-48 10/23 Columbia L 16-17 10/30 at Bucknell L 13-14 11/6 at Army L 17-30 11/13 Holy Cross W 14-13 11/20 Colgate W 28-16 11/27 Morgan State W 27-8 Captains: William Donaldson, Sam Picketts, Larry Robertson 9/16

1972 (7-4-0) at Holy Cross L

14-24

9/23 Lehigh W 41-13 9/30 at Princeton L 6-7 10/7 at Cornell L 22-36 10/14 at Lafayette W 21-7 10/21 Army L 28-35 10/28 at Columbia W 6-3 11/4 Connecticut W 21-13 11/11 Boston Univ. W 51-7 11/18 Morgan State W 37-14 11/25 Colgate W 43-13 Captains: Andrew Malekoff, David Rinehimer

1969 (6-3-0) 9/20 at Lafayette W 44-22 9/27 Princeton W 29-0 10/4 Cornell W 21-7 10/11 Lehigh L 7-17 10/18 Navy W 20-6 10/25 Columbia W 21-14 11/1 at Delaware L 0-44 11/8 at Connecticut L 22-28 11/15 Holy Cross (cancelled) 11/22 Colgate W 48-12 Captains: Lee Schneider, Robert Stonebreaker

1973 (6-5-0) 9/22 at Lehigh W 31-13 9/29 at Princeton W 39-14 10/6 Massachusetts L 22-25 10/13 Lafayette W 35-6 10/20 Delaware W 24-7 10/27 Columbia W 28-2 11/3 at Connecticut L 19-27 11/10 at Air Force L 14-31 11/17 at Holy Cross W 27-7 11/24 Colgate L 0-42 12/1 at Tampa L 6-34 Captains: John Witkowski, Andrew Tighe

1970 (5-5-0) 9/19 Lafayette W 41-16 9/26 at Princeton L 14-41 10/3 at Harvard L 9-39 10/10 at Lehigh L 0-7 10/17 Delaware L 21-51 10/24 at Columbia L 14-30 10/31 Bucknell W 21-7 11/7 at Boston Univ. W 6-3 11/14 Holy Cross W 37-7 11/21 Colgate W 30-14 Captains: Michael Yancheff, Michael Pellowski

9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23 11/30

1974 (7-3-1) at Bucknell W 16-14 at Princeton T 6-6 at Harvard W 24-21 Lehigh W 37-16 at William & Mary L 15-28 Air Force W 20-3 Connecticut L 7-9 at Lafayette W 35-0 Boston Univ. W 6-0 Colgate W 62-21 at Hawaii L 16-28 Captains: Anthony Pawlik, Andrew Zdobylak


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1975 (9-2-0) Bucknell W 47-3 9/20 at Princeton L 7-10 9/27 10/4 Hawaii W 7-3 10/11 at Lehigh L 20-34 10/18 William & Mary W 24-0 10/25 Columbia W 41-0 11/1 at Connecticut W 35-8 11/8 Lafayette W 48-6 11/15 at Boston Univ. W 41-3 11/22 Colgate W 56-14 11/29 Syracuse W 21-10 Captains: Curt Edwards, Tom Holmes 1976 (11-0-0) 9/11 at Navy W 13-3 9/18 at Bucknell W 19-7 9/25 at Princeton W 17-0 10/2 Cornell W 21-14 10/9 Connecticut W 38-0 10/16 at Lehigh W 28-21 10/23 Columbia (GS) W 47-0 24-7 10/30 Massachusetts W Louisville W 34-0 11/6 11/13 at Tulane W 29-20 11/18 Colgate (GS) W 17-9 Captains: Nate Toran, Dan Pfabe 9/2 9/10 9/17

1977 (8-3-0) L #13 Penn St. (GS) at Colgate L Bucknell W

7-45 0-23 36-14

9/24 at Princeton W 10-6 10/1 at Cornell W 30-14 10/8 at Connecticut W 48-18 10/15 Lehigh W 20-0 10/29 at William & Mary W 22-21 11/5 at Temple L 14-24 11/12 Tulane W 47-8 11/19 Boston Univ. W 63-8 Captains: Dan Pfabe, Jim Hughes 1978 (9-3-0) at #3 Penn State L 10-26 at Bucknell W 27-13 Princeton (GS) W 24-0 at Yale W 28-27 Connecticut W 10-0 Villanova W 24-9 Columbia (GS) W 69-0 at Massachusetts W 21-11 Temple W 13-10 at Holy Cross W 31-21 Colgate L 9-14 Arizona State L 18-34 1978 Garden State Bowl Captains: Tim Blanchard, John Bucci

9/9 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18 11/25 12/6

1979 (8-3-0) 9/8 Holy Cross W 28-0 9/15 at #7/6 Penn State L 10-45 9/22 Bucknell W 16-14 9/29 at Princeton W 38-14 10/6 Temple L 20-41 10/13 at Connecticut W 26-14 10/20 at William & Mary W 24-0 11/3 at #17/NR TennesseeW 13-7 11/10 Army (GS) W 20-0 11/17 Villanova L 17-32 11/25 at Louisville W 31-7 Captains: Pete Honeyford, Dino Mangiero 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4

1980 (7-4-0) at Temple Cincinnati Princeton at Cornell

W W W W

21-3 24-7 44-13 44-3

ALL-TIME RESULTS

13-17 10/11 #1/1 Alabama (GS) L L 18-21 10/18 William & Mary L 9-17 10/25 at Syracuse 11/1 at Army W 37-21 11/8 at Virginia W 19-17 11/15 West Virginia L 15-24 11/22 Colgate W 35-13 Captains: Ted Blackwell, Deron Cherry, Ed McMichael, Ken Smith 1981 (5-6-0) 9/5 at Syracuse W 29-27 9/12 Colgate W 13-5 9/19 Virginia (GS) W 3-0 9/26 at Cincinnati L 0-10 10/3 Cornell W 31-17 10/10 at Army W 17-0 10/17 Temple L 12-24 10/24 at #11/9 Alabama L 7-31 11/7 #1/1 Pitt (GS) L 3-47 11/14 at West Virginia L 3-20 11/21 at Boston College L 21-27 Captains: Andy Carino, Frank Naylor 9/4 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9

1982 (5-6-0) Syracuse (GS) at #8/8 Penn State at Temple William & Mary Army (GS)

L L W W W

8-31 14-49 10-7 27-17 24-3

10/16 at Boston College L 13-14 10/23 Colgate W 34-17 10/30 at Richmond W 20-14 11/6 at Auburn L 7-30 11/11 #19/17 WVU (GS) L 17-44 11/20 at Pittsburgh L 6-52 Captains: Tony Cella, Bill Pickel, Rich Spitzer 1983 (3-8-0) 9/10 Connecticut W 22-5 9/17 #NR/20 BC (GS) L 22-42 9/24 at Syracuse L 13-17 10/1 Penn State (GS) L 25-36 10/8 at Army L 12-20 10/15 Colgate W 29-26 10/22 at William & Mary W 35-28 10/29 Tennessee(GS) L 0-7 11/5 at Cincinnati L 7-18 11/12 at #15/15 WVU L 7-35 11/19 Temple L 23-24 Captains: Jim Dumont, John Owens 1984 (7-3-0) 9/8 at #11/7 Penn State L 12-15 9/15 Temple W 10-9 9/22 at Syracuse W 19-0 9/29 Cincinnati W 43-15 10/6 at Kentucky L 14-27 10/13 Army (GS) W 14-7 10/20 Louisville W 38-21 10/27 at #11/10 BC L 23-35 11/10 #19/18 WVU (GS) W 23-19 11/17 Colgate W 17-7 Captains: Lionel Washington, Alan Andrews 9/14 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16

1985 (2-8-1) at #3/PB Florida T at Army L #9/6 Penn State (GS) L Boston College (GS)L at Temple L Pittsburgh (GS) L Richmond W at #19/18 Tennessee L at West Virginia L Colgate W

28-28 16-20 10-17 10-20 13-14 10-38 20-17 0-40 0-27 28-14

L 14-31 11/23 Syracuse Captains: George Pickel, Clement Udovich 1986 (5-5-1) 9/6 at Boston College W 11-9 9/13 at Kentucky T 16-16 9/20 Cincinnati W 48-28 9/27 at Syracuse W 16-10 10/4 at #5/5 Penn State L 6-13 10/18 Florida (GS) L 3-15 10/25 Army (GS) W 35-7 11/1 at Louisville W 41-0 11/8 West Virginia (GS) L 17-24 11/15 at Pittsburgh L 6-20 11/22 Temple L 22-29 Captains: Lee Getz, Tyronne Stowe 9/5 9/12 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7

1987 (6-5-0) at Cincinnati Syracuse Kentucky (GS) Duke (GS) at #14/14 Penn St. Boston College at Army at Vanderbilt Pittsburgh (GS)

W L W W L W W L L

10-7 3-20 19-18 7-0 21-35 38-24 27-14 13-27 0-17

11/14 at West Virginia L 13-37 W 17-14 11/21 at Temple Captains: Jean Austin, Curtis Stephens 9/10 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19

1988 (5-6-0) at #15/14 Mich. St. W 17-13 Vanderbilt (GS) L 30-31 at #15/13 Penn St. W 21-16 Cincinnati W 38-9 at Syracuse L 20-34 at Boston College W 17-6 Army (GS) L 24-34 Temple L 30-35 at Pittsburgh L 10-20 #4/4 W. Virginia (GS) L 25-35 Colgate W 41-22 Captains: Derek Baker, George Bankos, Bill Dubiel

1989 (2-7-2) at Cincinnati T 17-17 Ball State T 31-31 Boston College (GS)W 9-7 at Northwestern W 38-27 Penn State (GS) L 0-17 at Kentucky L 26-33 Syracuse L 28-49 at Army L 14-35 at #19/19 W. Virginia L 20-21 at Temple L 33-36 #24/NR Pitt (Dublin) L 29-46 Captains: Darrin Czellecz, Jeff Erickson, Scott Erney, Pat Udovich

9/2 9/9 9/16 9/23 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/11 11/18 12/2

1990 (3-8-0) 9/8 Kentucky (GS) W 24-8 9/15 Colgate W 28-17 9/22 at Penn State L 0-28 9/29 #22/20 Mich. St. (GS) L 10-34 10/6 at Boston College L 14-19 10/13 at Pittsburgh L 21-45 10/20 at Syracuse L 0-42 10/27 Akron W 20-17 11/3 at Army L 31-35 11/10 West Virginia (GS) L 3-28 11/17 at Temple L 22-29 Captains: James Jenkins, Marty Mayes 8/31

1991 (6-5-0; 2-3 BIG EAST) Boston College W 20-13

at Duke L 22-42 9/4 Northwestern W 22-18 9/21 at Michigan State W 14-7 9/28 10/5 Army (GS) W 14-12 10/12 Maine W 40-17 10/19 at #10/13Penn St. L 17-37 10/26 #18/18 Syracuse (GS) L 7-21 11/2 at West Virginia L 3-28 11/9 at Pittsburgh L 17-22 11/16 Temple W 41-0 Captains: Tim Christ, Elnardo Webster 1992 (7-4-0; 4-2 BIG EAST) 9/5 at Boston College L 20-37 9/12 Colgate W 41-0 9/17 Pittsburgh W 21-16 9/26 at Navy W 40-0 10/3 #8/6 Penn St. (GS) L 24-38 10/10 at #15/15 Syracuse L 28-50 10/17 Army (GS) W 45-10 10/31 Virginia Tech W 50-49 11/7 at Cincinnati L 24-26 W 13-9 11/14 West Virginia W 35-10 11/21 at Temple Captains: Travis Broadbent, Jim Guarantano, Shawn Williams 1993 (4-7-0; 1-6 BIG EAST) 9/4 Colgate (GS) W 68-6 Duke (GS) W 39-38 9/11 9/25 at #9/8 Penn State L 7-31 10/2 Temple (GS) W 62-0 10/9 Boston College (GS)L 21-31 10/16 at Army W 45-38 10/23 at Virginia Tech L 42-49 10/28 Pittsburgh (GS) L 10-21 11/6 at #11/9 W. Virginia L 22-58 11/13 at #3/4 Miami L 17-31 11/26 Syracuse (GS) L 18-31 Captains: Bill Bailey, Andrew Beckett 1994 (5-5-1; 2-4-1 BIG EAST) 9/3 Kent W 28-6 9/10 West Virginia W 17-12 9/17 at Syracuse L 36-37 9/24 at #5/5 Penn State L 27-55 10/1 #13/12 Miami L 3-24 10/8 Army (GS) W 16-14 10/15 Cincinnati W 14-9 10/22 at #22/23 BC T 7-7 11/5 Temple W 38-21 11/12 at #16/12 Va. Tech L 34-41 11/19 at Pittsburgh L 21-35 Captains: Alcides Catanho, Ken Dammann 1995 (4-7; 2-5 BIG EAST) 9/9 at Duke L 14-24 9/16 Navy W 27-17 9/23 #6/6 Penn St. (GS) L 34-59 9/30 Syracuse L 17-27 10/14 at Miami L 21-56 10/21 Virginia Tech L 17-45 10/28 Pittsburgh W 42-24 11/4 at West Virginia L 26-59 11/11 at Tulane W 45-40 11/18 at Temple W 23-20 11/24 Boston College L 38-41 Captains: Marco Battaglia, Ray Lucas, Mark Washington, Brian Sheridan 1996 (2-9; 1-6 BIG EAST) 8/31 Villanova W 38-28 9/7 Navy L 6-10 9/12 #10/11 Miami L 0-33 9/21 at #18/16 Va. Tech L 14-30 10/5 at Syracuse L 0-42 10/12 Army (GS) L 21-42


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10/19 at Boston College L 13-37 10/26 Temple W 28-17 11/9 West Virginia L 14-55 11/23 at #10/13 NotreDame L 0-62 11/30 at Pittsburgh L 9-24 Captains: Chad Bosch, Rob Seeger, Rashod Swinger 1997 (0-11, 0-7 BIG EAST) Virginia Tech L 19-59 8/30 at #12/10 Texas L 14-48 9/6 at Navy L 7-36 9/13 Boston College L 21-35 9/20 at West Virginia L 0-48 10/4 10/9 Syracuse L 3-50 10/18 at Army L 35-37 10/25 Pittsburgh (2OT) L 48-55 11/1 at Temple L 7-49 11/8 Wake Forest L 14-28 11/15 at Miami L 23-51 Captains: Jack McKiernan, Brian Sheridan 1998 (5-6, 2-5 BIG EAST) 9/5 Richmond W 7-6 at Boston College L 14-41 9/12 9/19 at #13/13 Syracuse L 14-70 9/26 Army W 27-15 10/3 Miami L 17-53 10/17 at Pittsburgh W 25-21 10/24 Tulane L 24-52 10/31 Temple W 21-10 11/7 at Navy W 36-33 11/14 West Virginia L 14-28 11/21 at #23/20 Va. Tech L 7-47 Captains: Aaron Brady, Bill Powell 1999 (1-10, 1-6 BIG EAST) 9/4 at California L 7-21 9/11 #NR/23 Texas L 21-38 9/25 Boston College L 7-27 10/2 at Wake Forest L 10-17 10/9 #5/5 Virginia Tech L 20-58 10/16 at West Virginia L 16-62 10/23 Pittsburgh L 15-38 10/30 at Temple L 28-56 11/6 Navy L 7-34 11/13 Syracuse W 24-21OT 11/20 at Miami L 0-55 Captains: Wayne Hampton, Shaun O’Hara, Dax Strohmeyer 2000 (3-8, 0-7 BIG EAST) 9/2 Villanova W 34-21 9/9 Buffalo W 59-0 9/16 at #8/8 Va. Tech L 0-49 9/23 at Pittsburgh L 17-29 9/30 #10/12 Miami L 6-64 10/14 Temple L 14-48 10/21 at Navy W 28-21 10/28 at Boston College L 13-42 11/11 West Virginia L 24-312OT 11/18 #11/11 Notre Dame L 17-45 11/25 at Syracuse L 21-49 Captains: Mike Jones, Garrett Shea

ALL-TIME RESULTS

2001 (2-9, 0-7 BIG EAST) 8/30 at Buffalo W 31-15 9/8 at #1/2 Miami L 0-61 9/22 #9/9 Virginia Tech L 0-50 9/29 Connecticut L 19-20 10/6 Syracuse L 17-24 10/13 at Temple L 5-30 W 23-17 10/20 Navy at WestVirginia L 7-80 11/3 L 0-42 11/10 Pittsburgh L 7-38 11/17 Boston College L 10-20 11/23 California Captains: Gary Brackett, Mke Esposito, Shawn Seabrooks, L.J. Smith 2002 (1-11, 0-7 BIG EAST) 8/31 Villanova L 19-37 9/7 Buffalo L 11-34 9/14 Army W 44-0 9/21 at Pittsburgh L 3-23 9/28 at #11/11 Tennessee L 14-35 10/12 West Virginia L 0-40 10/19 at #3/3 Va. Tech L 14-35 10/26 at Syracuse L 14-45 11/2 #1/1 Miami L 17-42 L 17-20 11/16 Temple 11/23 at #8/8 Notre Dame L 0-42 11/30 at Boston College L 14-44 Captains: Gary Brackett, Shawn Seabrooks, L.J. Smith 2003 (5-7, 2-5 BIG EAST) 8/30 Buffalo W 24-10 9/6 at Michigan St. L 28-44 9/13 at Army W 36-21 9/27 Navy W 48-27 10/4 #4/4 Virginia Tech L 28-48 10/11 at West Virginia L 19-34 10/18 Pittsburgh L 32-42 10/25 at Temple W 30-14 11/8 at Connecticut L 31-38 11/16 Boston College L 25-35 11/22 at #14/13 Miami L 10-34 11/29 Syracuse W 24-7 Captains: Raheem Orr, Marty Pyszczymuka 2004 (4-7, 1-5 BIG EAST) 9/4 Michigan State W 19-14 9/11 New Hampshire L 24-35 9/18 Kent State W 29-21 10/2 at Syracuse L 31-41 10/9 at Vanderbilt W 37-34 10/16 Temple W 16-6 10/23 at Pittsburgh L 17-41 10/30 #15/13 W. Virginia L 30-35 11/6 at #24/25 BC L 10-21 11/20 at Navy L 21-54 11/25 Connecticut L 35-41 Captains: Ray Pilch, Jarvis Johnson, Tres Moses 9/3 9/10

2005 (7-5, 4-3 BIG EAST) at Illinois L 33-30 Villanova W 38-6

Greg Schiano guided the Scarlet Knights to the Insight Bowl in 2005.

The 2006 squad finished the season ranked 12th, ending with a 37-10 victory in the Texas Bowl.

9/17 9/30 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/05 11/11 11/26 12/27

at Buffalo W 17-3 Pittsburgh W 37-29 West Virginia L 27-14 at Syracuse W 31-9 at Connecticut W 26-24 Navy W 31-21 USF L 45-31 at #23/23 Louisville L 56-5 Cincinnati W 44-9 Arizona State L 45-40 (INSIGHT BOWL) Captains: Ryan Neill, Tres Moses, Will Gilkison

2006 (11-2, 5-2 BIG EAST) Final Ranking: 12/12 9/2 at North Carolina W 21-16 9/9 Illinois W 33-0 9/16 Ohio W 24-7 9/23 Howard W 56-7 9/29 at USF W 22-20 10/14 at Navy W 34-0 10/21 10/29 11/9 11/18 11/25 12/2 12/28

at Pittsburgh W 20-10 Connecticut W 24-13 #3/4 Louisville W 28-25 at Cincinnati L 11-30 Syracuse W 38-7 at #15/15 W. Virginia L 39-41 3OT Kansas State W 37-10 (TEXAS BOWL) Captains: Eric Foster, Brian Leonard, Ramel Meekins, Shawn Tucker

10/11 at Cincinnati L 10-13 10/18 Connecticut W 12-10 10/25 at #17/20 Pitt W 54-34 11/8 Syracuse W 35-17 11/15 at USF W 49-16 11/22 Army W 30-3 12/4 Louisville W 63-14 12/29 NC State W 29-23 (PAPAJOHNS.COM BOWL) Captains: Courtney Greene, Kevin Malast, Jason McCourty, Mike Teel, Pete Tverdov, Tiquan Underwood 2009 (9-4, 3-4 BIG EAST) 9/1 Cincinnati L 15-47 9/12 Howard W 45-7 9/19 Fla. International W 23-15 9/26 at Maryland W 34-13 10/10 Texas Southern W 42-0 10/16 Pittsburgh L 17-24 10/23 at Army W 27-10 10/31 at Connecticut W 28-24 11/12 #23/24 USF W 31-0 11/21 at Syracuse L 13-31 11/27 at Louisville W 34-14 12/5 #24/23 West Virginia L 21-24 12/19 UCF W 45-24 (ST. PETERSBURG BOWL) Captains: Ryan Blaszczyk, Ryan D’Imperio, Devin McCourty)

2007 (8-5, 3-4 BIG EAST) 8/30 Buffalo W 38-3 9/7 Navy W 41-24 9/15 Norfolk State W 59-0 9/29 Maryland L 24-34 10/6 #20/24 Cincinnati L 23-28 10/13 at Syracuse W 38-14 10/18 #2/3 USF W 30-27 10/27 #6/6 West Virginia L 3-31 11/3 at #16/20 UConn L 19-38 11/9 at Army W 41-6 11/17 Pittsburgh W 20-16 11/29 at Louisville L 38-41 1/5 Ball State W 52-30 (INTERNATIONAL BOWL) Captains: Eric Foster, Brandon Renkart, Mike Teel, Jeremy Zuttah 9/1 9/11 9/20 9/27 10/4

2008 (8-5, 5-2 BIG EAST) #NR/25 Fresno St. L 7-24 North Carolina L 12-44 at Navy L 21-23 Morgan State W 38-0 at West Virginia L 17-24

Rankings (AP/Coaches Poll) *The first U.S. intercollegiate game was played at Rutgers, November 6, 1869. 1 - Schenectady 2 - Newark 3A - New York (Polo Grounds) 3B - New York (Ebbets Field)

3C - New York (Randall’s Island) 3D - New York (Yankee Stadium) 4 - East Orange 5 - Princeton 6 - Philadelphia GS - Giants Stadium FFT - forfeit


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THE FIRST FOOTBALL GAME

Rutgers and Princeton played the first game of intercollegiate football on Nov. 6, 1869, on a plot of ground where the present-day Rutgers gymnasium now stands in New Brunswick, N.J. Rutgers won that first game, 6-4. The game was played with two teams of 25 men each under rugby-like rules, but like modern football, it was “replete with surprise, strategy, prodigies of determination and physical prowess,” to use the words of one of the Rutgers players. At 3 p.m. on that memorable afternoon, the 50 competitors and about 100 spectators gathered on the field. To distinguish themselves from the bareheaded visitors, 50 Rutgers students, including players, donned scarlet-colored scarves which they converted into turbans. Events leading up to the game were described by John W. Herbert, Rutgers ’72, who was one of the players: “To appreciate this game to the fullest you must know something of its background,” Herbert wrote in 1933. “The two colleges were, and still are, of course, about 20 miles apart. The rivalry between them was intense. For years each had striven for possession of an old Revolutionary cannon, making night forays and lugging it back and forth time and again. Not long before the first football game, the canny Princetonians had settled this competition in their own favor by ignominiously sinking the gun in several feet of concrete. In addition to this, I regret to report, Princeton had beaten Rutgers in baseball by the harrowing score of 40-2. Rutgers longed for a chance to square things.” A challenge for the game was issued by Rutgers. Three games were to be played that year. The first, played at New Brunswick, was won by Rutgers. Princeton won the second game, but cries of “over-emphasis” prevented the third game in football's first year when faculties of both institutions protested on the grounds that the games were interfering with student studies.

An analytical account of the game appeared in the November, 1869 issue of the Targum, Rutgers’ undergraduate newspaper. “To describe the varying fortunes of the match, game by game, would be a waste of labor for every game was like the one before,” wrote the student reporter. “There was the same headlong running, wild shouting, and frantic kicking. “To sum up, Princeton had the most muscle, but didn't kick very well, and wanted organization. They evidently don't like to kick the ball on the ground. Our men, on the other hand, though comparatively weak, ran well, and kicked well throughout. But their great point was the organization, for which great praise is due to the captain. The right men were always in the right place.” One of the Princeton players, William Preston Lane, in 1933 contended in a newspaper interview that Rutgers “ran us Princeton men out of town. I never found out why they did that,” he related. “But we don't ask any questions. When we saw them coming after us, we ran to the outskirts of New Brunswick and got into our carriages and wagons and went away as fast as we could.” Lane's contention is refuted in the Targum account. “After the match the players had an amicable "feed together," the paper reported. "At 8 o'clock our guests went home, in high good spirits, thirsting to beat us next time, if they can.” Regardless of what actually happened after the first game, football was here to stay. Rutgers got Columbia University started in the grid sport the following season and in a few years most of the colleges and universities in the East were represented on the gridiron.


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THE BIRTHPLACE OF COLLEGE FOOTBALL The following is excerpted from an article that was written by John Bruns, former long-time sports writer for the Home News, and current sports writer for the Easton Times-Express. When Rutgers defeated Princeton in the first intercollegiate football game ever played in 1869, the setting was quite different than it is today. The game was contested on a field along College Avenue in New Brunswick. There weren’t tens of thousands of cheering fans in a multi-million dollar stadium. There was no manicured grass field or electronic scoreboard. There was no elaborate athletic equipment or television cameras. But on that fall day in 1869, those students established a tradition of quality football programs, competitiveness and school spirit that continues at Rutgers, the birthplace of intercollegiate football. Rutgers won six of 10 games in 1882, but played only one game in 1885. Similarly, the Scarlet Knights went 8-6 in 1891, but two years later played only four games. By the early 1900’s, scheduling had become more consistent and football became more popular across the country. The eight wins of 1891 weren’t matched until Rutgers went 8-1 in 1947 with one of the most successful teams of coach Harvey Harman in the Golden Era immediately following World War II. That team, quarterbacked by Frank Burns, who would later become Rutgers’ most successful coach, lost its opener to Columbia and then swept through eight straight opponents. In 1913, coach George Foster Sanford began a tradition of success among Rutgers coaches in their inaugural year by leading his team to a 6-3 mark. He then flirted with two perfect seasons, improving the team to 7-1 in 1915 and 7-1-1 in 1917. Those two seasons, which featured All-American Paul Robeson, were among Rutgers’ best. Sanford, a member of Rutgers’ Hall of Fame, also helped to introduce Rutgers to the New York metropolitan area, playing games at the Polo Grounds against teams like Notre Dame, Nebraska, Louisiana State and West Virginia. A few years later, in 1924, twotime All-American end and fullback Homer Hazel helped coach John Wallace continue the tradition of first-year coaching success, as Rutgers posted a 7-1-1 mark. Harvey Harman also had a successful first season, going 7-1 in 1938, the year Rutgers dedicated the original Rutgers Stadium. Rutgers won the dedication game, 20-18, over Princeton. Harman, however, was replaced by former coach Harry Rockafeller during World War II. His tenure included an 8-1 season in 1947 when Rutgers, dominated by WWII veterans, registered a combined record of 27-7 from 1945-48. When John Stiegman coached Rutgers from 1956-59, he brought back the single-wing formation to the Scarlet Knight offense, and led Rutgers to an 8-1 mark in 1958. The only loss of that season, 13-12 to the Quantico Marines, came when All-American tailback Billy Austin had to miss a game due to a broken hand. Another first-year coach got off to an impressive start when John Bateman went 8-1 in 1960. That campaign was followed by Rutgers’ first undefeated season in 1961, when the team went 9-0, capping the season with a fourthquarter, 25-point comeback win over Columbia. That team included All-American center Alex Kroll, and was ranked 15th nationally. In his 11 seasons, Bateman led Rutgers to 73 wins in 124 games. In 1973, Frank Burns took the reins of Rutgers football and became the most successful Rutgers coach ever by building teams recognized for fundamentals and defense. Burns himself was also known as a fierce linebacker and won the Most Valuable Player Award in the 1949 College All-Star game, when he made

17 tackles against the New York Giants. The Burns defenses were led by linebackers Ed Steward, Jim Hughes, Jim Dumont and defensive end Nate Toran. Burns’ first team went 6-5, while running back “JJ” Jennings set single-season records for rushing yardage (1,353) and touchdowns (21) that still stand. Over the next five seasons, Burns’ teams won at least seven games each season, including a five-season stretch from 1975-79 when Rutgers’ winning percentage was .803 with a record of 45-11. The jewel in the crown of Burns’ tenure as Rutgers’ coach was the 1976 season, when the team was perfect at 11-0, establishing the best season ever at Rutgers. During Burns’ 11 seasons at Rutgers, the Scarlet Knights won nearly two-thirds of their games (78-44). He also took Rutgers to its first bowl appearance, the Garden State Bowl, at Giants Stadium against Arizona State in 1978. Doubtless, the biggest win of the Burns era was the 13-7 upset of Tennessee on November 3, 1979 at Knoxville. Burns called it “the greatest of my coaching career.” The following year, 1980, Rutgers had one of its great “near-misses” of its long history when the Scarlet bowed, 17-13, to a highly-favored and No. 1-ranked Alabama team coached by Bear Bryant at Giants Stadium. In a post game comment, Bear Bryant said, “We didn’t beat Rutgers. All I can say is we won.” In 1984 when Dick Anderson was named head coach, a renewed commitment to football at Rutgers was backed by a $3 million state-funded package. Those funds helped finance the artificial surface practice fields, the practice “Bubble” and the Hale Center, which includes lockerrooms, offices, a weight-training area and medical facilities for the football team. Anderson won seven of 10 games in his inaugural season and his teams produced some of the most exciting players in Rutgers history, including record-breaking passer Scott Erney, career tackles leader Tyronne Stowe and career kickoff return leader Eric Young. Doug Graber became the Scarlet Knights’ 23rd coach in 1990 and placed an emphasis on recruiting the best talent in the state of New Jersey. His first recruiting class included three first-team All-State selections and two second-team All-State selections among the 12 recruits from New Jersey. Another major boost for Rutgers came in 1991 when it joined the BIG EAST Football Conference. The team went 13-9 in its first two years in the BIG EAST, including a 4-2 BIG EAST mark in 1992, before slipping to 4-7 the following season. The 1994 season celebrated not only the 125 years of college football, but also the return of the newly-renovated and expanded Rutgers Stadium. A new stadium has been quite a different setting than that of the first college football game played over 130 years ago. The Scarlet Knights are playing for their own place in history as they continue the college football tradition that was born “On the Banks of the Old Raritan.” After a less than stellar run through the mid-1990’s under 1998 BIG EAST coach of the year Terry Shea, the Scarlet Knights opted to take the program in a different direction. On December 1, 2000, then Director of Athletics Bob Mulcahy introduced the newest coach in the storied history of Rutgers Football - Greg Schiano. Under Schiano’s leadership, ‘it’s time’ for Rutgers Football to regain the nation’s attention.


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COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME PAUL ROBESON

Paul Robeson played four years for the famous coach, G. Foster Sanford. Rutgers had a 22-6-3 record in that time. In 31 games, Rutgers scored 941 points to opponents’ 191. Robeson was a powerful contributor to that record.... Robeson was a two-time All-America end. Frank Menke named him All-America in 1917 and 1918. Walter Camp picked him in 1918. (Camp did not name an All-America team in 1917.) Following college, Robeson played three years as a pro - 1920 with Hammond, 1921 with Akron and 1922 with Milwaukee - in the American Professional Football League... He obtained his law degree in 1923. At Rutgers, Robeson was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and was valedictorian of the class of 1919. He won the college oratorical contest four straight years and gave the commencement address at graduation. Robeson won 12 letters in four sports - four in football, three each in basketball and baseball, and two in track. He stood 6-3 in height and his weight was listed at 191 in early years, at 215 his senior season. This man of many talents became an actor, singer and lecturer. He was on Broadway and in the movies. His rich basso made his signature song “Ol’ Man River” a classic. He starred in plays, such as “The Emporer Jones”, “Othello”, “Showboat”, as well as many others, in the U.S., Europe and Africa. In 1925 he made a recording that sold 55,000 copies in four months. In 1972 he received the Whitney Young Memorial Award. Ebony Magazine called him “one of the 10 most important black men in American history.”... Paul Robeson was born April 9, 1898, in Princeton, N.J. His father, Rev. William Robeson, had escaped slavery in 1860 in North Carolina at age 15. His mother, Maria Bustill, was a teacher. When Paul was a high school senior, he won the statewide academic test and received a scholarship to Rutgers. In 1915 he was the third black to enter Rutgers and the first to play football. He died January 23, 1976. A true renaissance man, Robeson won 12 letters in four sports at Rutgers - four in football, three each in basketball and baseball, and two in track. After his tenure at Rutgers, he became an accomplished actor, singer and lecturer, and was recently commemorated on a US postal stamp.

ALEX KROLL

Alex Kroll, a consensus All-American center on Rutgers’ first undefeated football team in 1961, is the Scarlet Knights’ sixth inductee into the College Football Hall of Fame, as a part of the Class of 1997. Kroll followed end Paul Robeson, halfback Homer Hazel and coaches George Foster Sanford and Harvey Harman into this most cherished of college football’s honors. Former athletic director George Little is also among the alltime honorees. Kroll, a 6-2, 228-pound center and linebacker, was a major force in Rutgers compiling a 17-1 record in his two years of play “On the Banks.” In 1960, the Knights under coach John Bateman were 8-1 and followed up with the school’s first undefeated campaign, going 9-0 in 1961. Team captain of the lauded 1961 squad, Kroll was a twotime first-team All-ECAC choice and won first-team AllAmerican honors from Associated Press, United Press International, Newspaper Enterprise Association, Look, and the American Football Coaches Association. Known as a “coach on the field,” he was credited with making the quarterback sneak an offensive weapon as Rutgers scored seven TDs on that play in 1961 with Kroll clearing the way into the endzone for the signal-caller. He was also a first-team All-East choice by the AP in 1961 and played in the North-South game and the Senior Bowl. In 1960, he was an honorable mention All-American. Following his senior season, he was a second-round draft pick of the New York Titans, playing for one season in 1962. Kroll earned a BA in English Literature in 1962 and was a Henry Rutgers Scholar with a perfect grade point average in his major. He received a National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Post-Graduate Scholarship in 1961. In 1986, he was awarded the Silver Anniversary Award from the National Collegiate Athletic Association for his collegiate achievements. Immediately following his last game with the Titans, he joined the workforce at Young & Rubicam, the world’s largest independent advertising agency, as a copywriter. After a succession of writing and supervisory jobs in the creative department, he was named executive vice president and worldwide creative director in 1970. He was named president and chief operating officer in 1982 and, four years later, Kroll became chairman of Young & Rubicam. He is retired but still serves as Chairman Emeritus of Young & Rubicam. He resides in Charlotte, VT, with his wife, Phyllis. They have three children.

HARVEY HARMAN

Few men loved the game with the fervor of Harvey Harman, a huge man with a grand smile and a fierce dedication to the sport. A former president of the American Football Coaches Association, Harman received that group’s Amos Alonzo Stagg Award, symbolic of outstanding service to the profession. It was not surprising that Harman achieved such acclaim, for he learned his football lessons from two of the game’s mentors - Glenn “Pop” Warner and Jock Sutherland - while at Pittsburgh. Harman was a starting tackle for the Panthers before taking his first coaching assignment at Haverford. From there he moved on to Sewanee (the University of the South), Pennsylvania and Rutgers. It was at Rutgers that he had his greatest success, directing the Scarlet Knights to a 26-7-1 record before interrupting his career to serve in the U.S. Navy during World War II. Harman returned to Rutgers after the war and led the Scarlet Knights for another 10 seasons before accepting a position as Executive Director of the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame, Inc. In that capacity, Harman became known as the goodwill ambassador for football, continuing to serve the game until his death in 1969. His career record lists a slate of 140104-7.

HOMER HAZEL

He parted his dark hair down the middle, in the fashion of the day, and his deep-set eyes glowed with a competitive fire. Homer Hazel, Rutgers’ first Hall of Famer, was, without doubt, the most versatile player the Scarlet ever produced. A natural athlete, Hazel excelled in various sports and was most successful as a track and field star. His speed and quickness served him well, for he once recovered his own kickoff in the enemy end zone for a touchdown. Homer led Rutgers to identical 7-1-1 records in his final two seasons, earning All-America laurels in each. He was an end in 1923, when the only Scarlet loss was to West Virginia (27-7). He had Rutgers on the way to an unbeaten finish in 1924 - this time as a hardhitting fullback - when Bucknell untracked the Scarlet in the final game of the season, 12-7. During the 1924 campaign, Homer Hazel established school records for most points after a touchdown and longest completed pass. He could do it all. Carrying 226 pounds over a 5-foot-11 frame, Homer lettered in football, basketball, baseball and track at Rutgers. He later served as Athletic Director, football and basketball coach at the University of Mississippi for more than five years. He was a golf pro for four years, and a labor relations manager for more than 20 years. Hazel won his first letter in football at Rutgers in 1916. He left school because of a lack of funds. Hazel worked at various jobs and, at age 28, played football again at Rutgers. Walter Camp named him All-America end in 1923, All-America fullback in 1924. Hazel was born June 2, 1895, and died February 3, 1968.

GEORGE LITTLE

A graduate of Ohio Wesleyan, George Little opened his coaching career at the University of Cincinnati and produced a two-year record of 10-8-0 before moving up the road to Oxford, Ohio, home of the Miami Redskins, in 1916. There, Little brought the Redskins their first Conference Championship and a 7-0-1 mark. After service in World War I, Little returned to Miami and directed the Red and White to yet another league crown and a threeyear post-war record of 20-3-1. He also coached the Miami basketball and track teams, claiming a conference crown in the latter sport. The 1922 and 1923 seasons found Little at Michigan under head coach Fielding Yost, the man he replaced in 1924. That year, Little’s Wolverines were 6-2. The next season, Little was in Wisconsin as the new Athletic Director and head coach of the Badgers, and he led his charges to a two-year mark of 11-3-2. His teams displayed imagination and strength on offense, a unique ruggedness on defense. Little wound up his collegiate career as the Athletic Director at Rutgers, and then served as executive secretary of the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame.

GEORGE FOSTER SANFORD

At the entrance to Rutgers Stadium, inscribed upon a bronze plaque, is a tribute to George Sanford. It was financed and installed by his players, the men “...he inspired to deeds beyond themselves.” Undoubtedly, Sanford was an inspirational leader of men, a gentleman who excelled as both player and coach. Sanford played center on the 1891 and 1892 Yale teams which held each of of their 26 opponents scoreless. Though he was never chosen to an All-America team, a 1927 poll named him the all-time Yale center. Sanford began his coaching career at Columbia (1899-1901), called in to revive the football program which had been abandoned after the 1891 campaign. His 1899 team defeated Yale for the first time ever, and it was at Columbia that Sanford developed the famous “Flying Hurdle Play” which saw Harold Weekes catapulted over the scrimmage line. Moving to Rutgers (1913-23), Sanford had marked success as his club rolled to a 56-32-5 record. He was hailed as a “miracle worker” in 1917, after his Rutgers team beat the heavily-favored Newport Naval Reserve All-Stars, 14-0. Between his teams at Columbia and Rutgers, Sanford devoted his energy toward a successful insurance brokerage business.


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ALL-AMERICANS

HOWARD TALMAN

BOB “NASTY” NASH OFFENSIVE TACKLE

DEFENSIVE TACKLE

JOHN TOOHEY

HARRY ROCKAFELLER

AL GARRETT

1915

OFFENSIVE GUARD

PAUL ROBESON

1914

END

1913

1914

1916

1917 1918

FRANK KELLEY

HENRY BENKERT

HOMER HAZEL

JACK GROSSMAN

FRANK BURNS

JOE DADDARIO

1919

1923

1923

1931 Honorable Mention, AP

QUARTERBACK

1949 Honorable Mention, AP

1953 Honorable Mention, UPI

BILL AUSTIN

BOB SIMMS

ALEX KROLL

STEVE SIMMS

1958 First Team, AP

1958 Honorable Mention, AP

1960 Honorable Mention, AP

1960 Honorable Mention, AP

1961 First Team AP, NEA, Sports Review

1961 Honorable Mention, AP

JOHN ALEXANDER

LINEBACKER

OFFENSIVE GUARD HALFBACK

END

1914

FULLBACK 1915

RUNNING BACK

HALFBACK

END

FULLBACK

DEFENSIVE BACK

CENTER

1924

BRIAN O’HEARN CENTER

1954 Honorable Mention, AP

BOB HOWARD

OFFENSIVE GUARD 1955 Honorable Mention, AP

RICH POLICASTRO

LARRY CHRISTOFF

1969 Honorable Mention, AP

1972 Honorable Mention, AP

QUARTERBACK

TIGHT END

RUNNING BACK

“JJ” JENNINGS

RUNNING BACK

1973 Honorable Mention, AP

END

NATE TORAN

DEFENSIVE TACKLE 1975 Third Team, AP

1976 Second Team, AP First Team, Kodak

CENTER

DEFENSIVE TACKLE 1976 Honorable Mention, AP

FULLBACK

JIM HUGHES

1976 Honorable Mention, AP


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ALL-AMERICANS

HENRY JENKINS

DEFENSIVE BACK

MARK TWITTY

WIDE RECEIVER

ED STEWARD

DINO MANGIERO

DERON CHERRY

DEFENSIVE BACK

KEN SMITH

LINEBACKER

DEFENSIVE TACKLE

DEFENSIVE BACK

1978 Third Team, AP

1980 Honorable Mention, AP

1980 Honorable Mention, AP

TIM ODELL

JIM DUMONT

ALEX FALCINELLI PLACEKICKER

OFFENSIVE GUARD

DEFENSIVE END

1976 Honorable Mention, AP

1976 Honorable Mention, AP

1978 Honorable Mention, AP

KEVIN KURDYLA

ED McMICHAEL

1980 Honorable Mention, AP

1980 Honorable Mention, AP

WIDE RECEIVER

1980 Honorable Mention, AP

1982 Honorable Mention, AP

1982 Honorable Mention, AP

ALAN ANDREWS

ANDREW BAKER

HAROLD YOUNG

TYRONNE STOWE

BRIAN COBB

1984 Second Team, AP

1984 Honorable Mention, AP

DEFENSIVE BACK

1984 Honorable Mention, Sporting News

1985 Honorable Mention, AP

1987 Honorable Mention, AP

1987 Honorable Mention, AP

ERIC YOUNG

JIM GUARANTANO

1988 Honorable Mention, AP

1992 Honorable Mention, UPI

OFFENSIVE TACKLE

TIGHT END

QUARTERBACK

FLANKER

LINEBACKER

LINEBACKER

FLANKER

JOHN OWENS

1983 Honorable Mention, AP

ALEC HOKE

1986 Honorable Mention, AP

GEORGE BANKOS

DEFENSIVE TACKLE 1988 Honorable Mention, AP

SCOTT ERNEY

MATT O’CONNELL

1988 Honorable Mention, AP

1988 Honorable Mention, AP

QUARTERBACK

PUNTER

STEVE TARDY

OFFENSIVE TACKLE 1988 Honorable Mention, AP

WIDE RECEIVER

WIDE RECEIVER


181

ALL-AMERICANS

BRUCE PRESLEY

RUNNING BACK

1992 Second Team (Freshman), Football News

TERRELL WILLIS

MARCO BATTAGLIA

ALFRED PETERSON

BRIAN LEONARD

1993 First Team (Freshman), Football News Honorable Mention, UPI

1994 Honorable Mention, UPI

2001 Third Team (Freshman), The Sporting News

2003 Freshman, College Football News

2004 Freshman, The Sporting News

2004 First Team, Pro Football Weekly

2006 Honorable Mention, SI.com

RUNNING BACK

TIGHT END

1995 Consensus First Team AP, Walter Camp, Football Coaches Association, Football Writers Association, Football News, Pro and College Football News Weekly, UPI

1994 Honorable Mention, UPI

RYAN NEILL

COURTNEY GREENE

2005 Honorable Mention, SI.com

2005 (Freshman), Football Writers Association of America, First Team (Freshman), College Football News, Second Team (Freshman), Rivals Third Team (Freshman), The Sporting News

DEFENSIVE END

RAY RICE

2006 First Team, Pro Football Weekly, ESPN.com

ANTHONY DAVIS

JOE LEFEGED

2006 First Team, Football Writers Association of America

2007 Honorable Mention (Freshman), The Sporting News, Scout.com

2006 Second Team, AP, Walter Camp, The Sporting News, Rivals, SI.com

2007 Second Team, The Sporting News

2007 First Team (Freshman), The Sporting News, Rivals Second Team (Freshman), College Football News, Scout.com

MOHAMED SANU 2009 Honorable Mention (Freshman), CollegeFootballNews.com

DEFENSIVE TACKLE

2007 Second Team, AP, Walter Camp, The Sporting News, Rivals, SI.com, Scout.com

TOM SAVAGE

QUARTERBACK

2009 First Team (Freshman), FWAA Third Team (Freshman), Phil Steele’s Magazine Honorable Mention (Freshman), CollegeFootballNews.com

JEREMY ITO

PLACEKICKER

2005 First Team, Pro Football Weekly

ERIC FOSTER

2009 Honorable Mention, Pro Football Weekly

WIDE RECEIVER

FULLBACK

2005 Third Team (Freshman), The Sporting News

RUNNING BACK

SAFETY

DEVIN McCOURTY DEFENSIVE BACK

DEFENSIVE END

OFFENSIVE LINE

2009 Second Team, Walter Camp Football Foundation Third Team, Sporting News Honorable Mention, Pro Football Weekly

SCOTT VALLONE

DEFENSIVE LINE

2009 First Team (Freshman), FWAA First Team (Freshman), Phil Steele’s Magazine Honorable Mention (Freshman), CollegeFootballNews.com

SAFETY

KENNY BRITT

WIDE RECEIVER

2008 Third Team, Associated Press, Phil Steele Honorable Mention, SI.com


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ALL-EAST SELECTIONS 1947 1949 1951 1954 1955 1957 1958 -

1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1966 1967 1968 1969 -

1970

-

1971 1972 -

1973

-

1974 -

1975

1976

1977

1978 -

-

-

-

Frank Burns - First Team QB Bucky Hatchett - First Team, Collier's TE Jim Monahan - First Team FB Brian O’Hearn - First Team, Collier's C Bob Howard - Second Team OG Bill Austin - First Team RB Richard Oberlander - Honorable Mention Bill Austin - First Team RB Larry Muschiatti - Honorable Mention OG End Bob Simms - Honorable Mention Charles Wermuth - Honorable Mention End Bob Simms - First Team End Alex Kroll - First Team, ECAC C Steve Simms - First Team, ECAC RB Alex Kroll - First Team, ECAC/First Team, AP C Sam Mudie - Third Team, AP QB FB Steve Simms - First Team, AP Tom Tappen - First Team, ECAC TE Tony Hoeflinger - First Team, ECAC OG Jack Emmer - First Team, ECAC SE Bruce Van Ness - First Team, ECAC RB Rookie of the Year Bryant Mitchell - First Team, ECAC RB Jim Benedict - First Team, AP SE Sam Chapman - Honorable Mention, AP DB Steve Ferrughelli - Honorable Mention, AP RB Rich Policastro - First Team, AP QB Lee Schneider - Honorable Mention, AP LB RB Bruce Van Ness - Honorable Mention, AP Sam Picketts - First Team, ECAC/HM, AP LB Larry Clymer - Second Team, AP DB OT Mike Kizis - Honorable Mention, AP DT Mike Pellowski - Honorable Mention, AP Sam Picketts - First Team, ECAC LB Second Team, AP Ed Jones - Honorable Mention, AP DB Larry Christoff - First Team, AP TE “JJ” Jennings - First Team, ECAC/AP RB Andy Tighe - First Team, ECAC OG Leo Gasienica - Honorable Mention, AP QB Dave Rinehimer - Honorable Mention, AP OG “JJ” Jennings - First Team, ECAC/AP RB Steve Allen - Second Team, AP DT Ed Jones - Second Team, AP DB Andy Tighe - Second Team, AP OG Tom Sweeney - Honorable Mention, AP SE Tom Holmes - First Team, ECAC/HM, AP LB Ed Jones - First Team, ECAC/NY Times DB Paul Krasnavage - First Team, ECAC/NY TimesDT Nate Toran - First Team, AP/NY Times DE Andy Zdobylak - First Team, ECAC/HM, AP C Tony Pawlik - Honorable Mention, AP DB Curt Edwards - First Team, ECAC FB Tony Ray - First Team, ECAC OG Nate Toran - First Team, AP/ECAC DE John Alexander - Honorable Mention, AP/ECACDT Jim Teatom - Honorable Mention, ECAC SS Mark Twitty - Honorable Mention, ECAC WR John Alexander - First Team, ECAC/HM, AP DT Jim Hughes - First Team, ECAC/HM, AP LB Nick Sauter - First Team, ECAC OT Nate Toran - First Team, ECAC/AP DE Mark Twitty - First Team, ECAC/HM, AP SE Jim Teatom - Honorable Mention, ECAC SS Bob Davis - First Team, ECAC/HM, AP FS Dan Gray - Second Team, AP DT John Gallo - Honorable Mention, AP OT Bert Kosup - Honorable Mention, AP QB Mike Fisher - Honorable Mention, AP RB Mark Lassiter - Honorable Mention, AP RB Dan Pfabe - Honorable Mention, AP OG Elvin Washington - Honorable Mention, AP LB Tim Blanchard - First Team, ECAC LB Second Team, AP John Gallo - First Team, UPI/ECAC OT Jim Hughes - First Team, ECAC LB Ed Steward - First Team, AP NG John Bucci - Second Team, AP C Dave Dorn - Second Team, AP FL

1979

1980 -

1981 -

1982 -

1983 -

1984 -

1985 -

1986 -

1987 -

1988 -

-

Mark Freeman - Second Team, AP Kevin Kurdyla - Second Team, AP Glen Kehler - Honorable Mention, AP Dino Mangiero - Honorable Mention, AP Dino Mangiero - First Team, AP Kennan Startzell - First Team, AP Deron Cherry - Second Team, AP Dave Dorn - Second Team, AP Kevin Kurdyla - Second Team, AP Ed McMichael - Honorable Mention, AP Frank Naylor - Honorable Mention Tim Odell - Honorable Mention, AP Ken Smith - Honorable Mention, AP Tim Odell - First Team, AP Ken Smith - First Team, AP Deron Cherry - Second Team, AP Kevin Kurdyla - Second Team, AP Ed McMichael - Second Team, AP Jim Dumont - Honorable Mention, AP Frank Naylor - Honorable Mention, AP Bill Pickel - Honorable Mention, AP Mike Rustemeyer - Honorable Mention, AP Jim Dumont - First Team, AP Andrew Baker - Second Team, AP Alex Falcinelli - Second Team, AP Keith Woetzell - Second Team, AP Bill Beschner - Honorable Mention, AP Bill Houston - Honorable Mention, AP Bryant Moore - Honorable Mention, AP Jim Dumont - First Team, AP John Owens - First Team, AP Alan Andrews - Second Team, AP Joe DiGilio - Second Team, AP Jeff Kurdyla - Second Team, AP Tom Angstadt - Honorable Mention, AP Andrew Baker - Honorable Mention, AP Bill Beshner - Honorable Mention, AP Bob Dumont - Honorable Mention, AP Bill Houston - Honorable Mention, AP Alan Andrews - First Team, AP Andrew Baker - First Team, AP Joe DiGilio - Second Team, AP George Pickel - Second Team, AP Albert Smith - Second Team, AP Tyronne Stowe - Second Team, AP Harold Young - Second Team, AP Tom Angstadt - Honorable Mention, AP Eric Hochberg - Honorable Mention, AP Roy Oake - Honorable Mention, AP Tyronne Stowe - First Team, AP Lee Getz - Second Team, AP Jean Austin - Honrable Mention, AP Matt O'Connell - Honorable Mention, AP George Pickel - Honorable Mention, AP Albert Smith - Honorable Mention, AP Steve Twamley - Honorable Mention, AP Lee Getz - First Team, ECAC Honorable Mention, AP Tyronne Stowe - First Team, AP/ECAC Harry Swayne - First Team, ECAC Second Team, AP Mike Dillon - Second Team, AP Matt Bachman - Honorable Mention, AP Brian Cobb - Honorable Mention, AP Bruce Campbell - Honorable Mention, AP Matt Prescott - Honorable Mention, AP Alec Hoke - First Team, AP Brian Cobb - Second Team, AP Jean Austin - Honorable Mention, AP Scott Erney - Honorable Mention, AP Henry Henderson - Honorable Mention, AP Curtis Stephens - Honorable Mention, AP Steve Tardy - Honorable Mention, AP Sean Washington - Honorable Mention, AP Eric Young - Honorbale Mention, AP George Bankos - First Team, ECAC Matt O'Connell - First Team, AP Scott Erney - Second Team, AP Steve Tardy - Second Team, AP

DB OT FB DT DT PK DB FL OT QB C WR DB WR DB DB OT QB LB C DT DT DB FL PK LB DT DB RB LB OT TE C PK FL DT DE DB TE FL C DT RB DB DB PK QB LB LB OG DB P DT RB DB OG LB DT C LB FL TE RB DE FL DB QB RB FB OT DB WR DT P QB OT

1989 -

1990 -

1991 -

1992 -

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2001 2002 -

2003 2004 2005 -

2006 -

2007 -

2008 -

WR Eric Young - Second Team, AP DT Carter Giles - Honorable Mention, AP WR Brett Mersola - Honorable Mention, AP Carmen Sclafani - Honorable Mention, AP PK Jim Cann - Honorable Mention, AP RB PK Doug Giesler - First Team, AP/ECAC OL Jeff Erickson - Honorable Mention, AP QB Scott Erney - Honorable Mention, AP Gary Melton - Honorable Mention, AP Spec. OL Steve Tardy - Honorable Mention, AP Pat Udovich - Honorable Mention, AP LB Ron Allen - First Team, AP/ECAC Spec. Scott Miller - First Team, ECAC DL Second Team, AP FB Tekay Dorsey - Second Team, AP Allen Mitchell - Second Team, AP OT RB Bill Bailey - Honorable Mention, AP James Jenkins - Honorable Mention, AP TE LB Elnardo Webster - Honorable Mention, AP Ron Allen - Honorable Mention, ECAC DB Travis Broadbent - First Team, AP/ECAC C Marshall Roberts - First Team, ECAC Spec. Second Team, AP LB Elnardo Webster - First Team, AP/ECAC Jay Bellamy - Second Team, AP DB Jim Guarantano - Second Team, AP WR Malik Jackson - Second Team, AP DB Travis Broadbent - First Team, ECAC C Second Team, AP WR Jim Guarantano - First Team, AP Malik Jackson - First Team, ECAC DB LB Shawn Williams - First Team, AP/ECAC DB Jay Bellamy - Second Team, AP Andrew Beckett - First Team, ECAC DL Terrell Willis - Second Team, ECAC RB Keif Bryant - First Team, ECAC DT Ken Dammann - First Team, ECAC OT Marco Battaglia - First Team, ECAC TE Jim Guarnera - First Team, ECAC DL Terrell Willis - First Team, ECAC RB Rashod Swinger - First Team, ECAC DT Wayne Hampton, First Team, ECAC DE Aaron Brady, First Team, Football News LB Reggie Stephens, First Team, Football News CB Wayne Hampton, Second Team ECAC DE Dax Strohmeyer, Second Team ECAC LB L.J. Smith, ECAC First Team TE Gary Brackett, First Team ECAC LB Nate Jones, First Team BIG EAST, ECAC (HM) KR Shawn Seabrooks, Second Team BIG EAST DB LJ Smith, First Team ECAC TE Raheem Orr, First Team ECAC DE Jarvis Johnson, Second Team ECAC DB Nate Jones, Second Team ECAC KR Clark Harris, First Team ECAC TE Tres Moses, First Team ECAC WR Ryan Neill, Second Team ECAC DL Ryan Neill, First Team ECAC DE Willie Foster, First Team ECAC KR/PR John Glass, First Team ECAC OL Clark Harris, First Team ECAC TE Eric Foster, First Team ECAC DT Clark Harris, First Team ECAC TE Joe Radigan, First Team ECAC P Ray Rice, First Team ECAC RB Jeremy Zuttah, First Team ECAC OL Eric Foster, First Team ECAC DT Ray Rice, First Team ECAC RB Tiquan Underwood, First Team ECAC WR Jeremy Zuttah, First Team ECAC OL Kenny Britt, First Team ECAC WR Courtney Greene, First Team ECAC DB


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ALL-BIG EAST SELECTIONS

Since the formation of BIG EAST Football in 1991, Rutgers has produced 79 All-BIG EAST selections. The Scarlet Knights totaled 14 All-BIG EAST selections in 2006, the most of any conference member. 2009 - Anthony Davis (OL) First Team; Devin McCourty (DB) First Team; Tim Brown (WR) Second Team 2008 - Kenny Britt (WR) First Team; Courtney Greene (DB) First Team; Anthony Davis (OL) Second Team; Ryan D’Imperio (LB) Second Team; Jamaal Westerman (DL) Second Team 2007 - Eric Foster (DT) First Team; Ray Rice (RB) First Team; Tiquan Underwood (WR) First Team; Jeremy Zuttah (OT) First Team; Kenny Britt (WR) Second Team; Courtney Greene (DB) Second Team; Pedro Sosa (OL) Second Team 2006 - Eric Foster (DT) First Team; Clark Harris (TE) First Team; Joe Radigan (P) First Team; Ray Rice (RB) First Team; Jeremy Zuttah (OT) First Team; Ron Girault (DB) Second Team; Courtney Greene (DB) Second Team; Jeremy Ito (PK) Second Team; Brian Leonard (RB) Second Team; Ramel Meekins (DT) Second Team; Pedro Sosa (OT) Second Team; Cameron Stephenson (OL) Second Team; Devraun Thompson (LB) Second Team; Jamaal Westerman (DE) Second Team 2005 - Ryan Neill (DE) First Team; Clark Harris (TE) First Team; John Glass (OL) First Team; Willie Foster (KR/PR) First Team/Special Teams Player of the Year; Brian Leonard (RB) Second Team; Tres Moses (WR) Second Team 2004 - Ryan Neill (DE) First Team; Clark Harris (TE) First Team; Tres Moses (WR) First Team; Brian Leonard (RB) First Team; John Glass (OL) Second Team 2003 - Raheem Orr (DE) First Team; Nate Jones (KR) Second Team 2002 - Nate Jones (KR) First Team/Co-Special Teams Player of the Year; Shawn Seabrooks (DB) Second Team 2001 - L.J. Smith (TE) Second Team 2000 - Rich Mazza (OL) Second Team; Wes Robertson (LB) Second Team 1999 - Shaun O’Hara (OL) First Team; Wayne Hampton (DL) Second Team 1998 - Shaun O’Hara (OL) Second Team; Wayne Hampton (DL) Second Team; Tosh Riddick (Kickoff Return) Second Team 1997 - Brian Sheridan (LB) Second Team; Jared Slovan (P) Second Team 1995 - Marco Battaglia (TE) First Team/Offensive Player of the Year; Robert Barr (OL) First Team; Terrell Willis (RB) First Team; Chris Kennedy (OL) Second Team 1994 - Terrell Willis (RB) First Team; Marco Battaglia (TE) Second Team; Ken Dammann (OL) Second Team; Robert Sneathen (LB) Second Team; Mark Washington (DB) Second Team 1993 - Chris Brantley (WR) First Team; Terrell Willis (RB) First Team, (R Sp.) Second Team/Rookie of the Year ; Andrew Beckett (DL) Second Team; Scott Vaughn (OL) Second Team 1992 - Jim Guarantano (WR) First Team; Jay Bellamy (DB) Second Team; Craig Mitter (RB) Second Team; Bruce Presley (RB) Rookie of the Year, Shawn Williams (LB) Second Team 1991 - Elnardo Webster (LB) First Team; Malik Jackson (DB) First Team; Jay Bellamy (DB) Second Team; Jim Guarantano (WR) Second Team; Travis Broadbent (OL) Second Team

ANTHONY DAVIS

ERIC FOSTER

LJ SMITH


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SCARLET KNIGHTS IN THE NFL

The following list chronicles each member of the Scarlet Knights who went on to play football at the next level. Player Anthony Davis Devin McCourty Ryan D’Imperio Tim Brown Jack Corcoran Kevin Haslam George Johnson Kenny Britt Mike Teel Jason McCourty Courtney Greene Tiquan Underwood Kevin Brock Kevin Malast Jamaal Westerman Ray Rice Jeremy Zuttah Eric Foster Brandon Renkart Pedro Sosa Ron Girault Mike Fladell Brian Leonard Cameron Stephenson Clark Harris Ramel Meekins Joe Porter Derrick Roberson Darnell Stapleton Chris Baker Val Barnaby Sameeh McDonald Tres Moses Ryan Neill Gary Gibson David Harley Jarvis Johnson J'Vonne Parker Nathan Jones Raheem Orr Brandon Haw LJ Smith Gary Brackett Trohn Carswell Aaron Martin Dennis Thomas Mike McMahon Walter King Rich Mazza Wesley Robertson Wayne Hampton Shaun O'Hara Dax Strohmeyer Billy Woodard Aaron Brady Bill Powell Reggie Stephens Jared Slovan Ezra Johnson Rashod Swinger Marco Battaglia Robert Barr Matt Brown Jim Guarnera Rob Higgins Chris Kennedy Dan Latore Ray Lucas Bruce Presley Rudy Smith Mark Washington Terrell Willis Keif Bryant Wes Bridges Alcides Catanho Ken Dammann Robert Sneathen Chris Brantley Andrew Beckett Jay Bellamy

Position OL CB FB WR FB OL DE WR QB DB DB WR TE LB DL RB OL DT LB OL DB OL RB OG TE DT CB CB C WR DE OL WR DE DT DT DB DT DB DE DB TE LB OL WR RB QB WR OL DL DE OL LB TE LB WR DB P RB DT TE OT OG DE QB OG TE QB RB DE DB RB DE FB LB OT DE WR DL DB

Years at RU 2007-09 2005-09 2006-09 2006-09 2006-09 2005-09 2006-09 2006-08 2004-08 2005-08 2005-08 2005-08 2004-08 2005-08 2004-08 2005-07 2004-07 2003-07 2003-07 2004-07 2004-07 2003-07 2002-06 2003-06 2002-06 2003-06 2003-06 2003-06 2005-06 2001-05 2002-05 2001-05 2002-05 2001-05 2001-04 2003-04 2001-04 2004 2000-03 1999-03 1999-03 1999-02 1999-02 2000-02 1999-02 1996-01 1997-00 1996-00 1997-00 1998-00 1997-99 1995-99 1995-99 1997-98 1995-98 1995-98 1997-98 1992-97 1995 1993-96 1992-95 1994-95 1994-95 1993-95 1994-95 1992-95 1994-95 1992-95 1992-95 1994-95 1992-95 1993-95 1991-94 1991-94 1991-94 1991-94 1991-94 1990-93 1990-93 1990-93

Organization San Francisco 49ers New England Patriots Minnesota Vikings New York Giants Houston Texans Jacksonville Jaguars Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tennessee Titans Seattle Seahawks Tennessee Titans Seattle Seahawks Jacksonville Jaguars Carolina Panthers Chicago Bears New York Jets Baltimore Ravens Tampa Bay Buccaneers Indianapolis Colts New York Jets Miami Dolphins Kansas City Chiefs New York Giants St. Louis Rams Pittsburgh Steelers Green Bay Packers Indianapolis Colts New Orleans Saints Houston Texans Pittsburgh Steelers San Francisco 49ers Detroit Lions Detroit Lions Baltimore Ravens Buffalo Bills Baltimore Ravens Minnesota Vikings Baltimore Ravels Cleveland Browns Dallas Cowboys Houston Texans Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles Indianapolis Colts Carolina Panthers Dallas Cowboys Kansas City Chiefs Detroit Lions New York Jets Detroit Lions Kansas City Chiefs San Diego Chargers Cleveland Browns New York Jets Seattle Seahawks New York Giants Dallas Cowboys New York Giants Washington Redskins New York Jets San Diego Chargers Cincinnati Bengals Seattle Seahawks San Diego Chargers San Francisco 49ers San Diego Chargers New York Giants Detroit Lions New England Patriots Indianapolis Colts Dallas Cowboys New York Giants New York Jets Seattle Seahawks Philadelphia Eagles New England Patriots Washington Redskins Philadelphia Eagles Los Angeles Rams Cincinnati Bengals Seattle Seahawks

Round 1 1 7 Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent 1 6 6 7 7 Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent 2 3 Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent 2 5 7 Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent 7 7 Free Agent 2 Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent 5 Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent 2 3 Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent 7 Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent 4 Free Agent Free Agent

Pick 11 27 237

30 178 203 245 253 55 83

52 156 243

205 210 61

149

39 77

216

108

Year 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 20102010 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2005 2005 2005 2005 2004 2004 2004 2003 2003 2003 2003 2002 2001 2001 2001 2001 2000 2000 2000 2000 1999 1999 1999 1998 1997 1997 1996 1996 1996 1996 1996 1996 1996 1996 1996 1996 1996 1996 1995 1995 1995 1995 1995 1994 1994 1994


185 Player Mario Henry Scott Vaughn James Guarantano Craig Mitter Shawn Williams Elnardo Webster Ron Allen Tim Christ Gary Melton James Jenkins Jean Austin Brian Cobb Sean Washington Harry Swayne Matt Bachman Lee Getz Tyronne Stowe Tony Sagnella Albert Smith Vernon Williams Alan Andrews Andrew Baker Boris Pendergrass Harold Young Jim Dumont Bob Dumont Carl Howard Bill Pickel Keith Woetzel Joe Burke Tony Cella Alex Falcinelli Rich Spitzer Frank Naylor David Dorn Ted Blackwell Deron Cherry Bill Hill Kevin Kurdyla Tim Odell Ken Smith Ed Steward John Fedorchak Mark Freeman Dino Mangiero Dan Gray John Alexander Don Harris Ed Jones Tony Pawlik "JJ" Jennings Andy Tighe Larry Christoff Mike Morgan Pellowski Mike Yancheff Bruce Van Ness Lee Schneider Jack Emmer Bob Yaksick Sam Mudie Bob Simms Alex Kroll Bill Austin Jim Monahan Bill Pennington Leon Root Robert D'Amato Herman Hering Frank Burns Art Price Ken MacDonald Bill Tranavitch Harold Updike Nick Prisco Jack Grossman Les Horton Stanley Rosen Art Burkhardt George Fraser John Lord Henry Benkert Carl Waite John Alexander James Dufft Walter French Al Garrett Paul Robeson John Hasbrouck Bob Nash Note: First NFL Draft was in 1936

Position WR OT WR RB LB LB DB OG WR DE/TE DB WR DB DT LB OG LB DT RB RB TE WR WR DB LB LB DB DT LB RB OT PK OT C WR RB DB DB OT WR DB LB C DB DT DT OT DB DB DB RB OG TE LB QB RB LB WR QB QB TE C RB RB LB C RB RB QB B C E T B B B B OG B OG RB B T OG B OG E B T

Years at RU 1992-93 1992-93 1989-92 1991-92 1989-92 1988-91 1988-91 1988-91 1988-91 1987-90 1984-87 1985-87 1986-87 1983-86 1983-86 1983-86 1983-86 1982-85 1982-85 1982-85 1982-84 1981-84 1982-84 1981-84 1980-83 1981-83 1981-83 1979-82 1980-82 1981-82 1979-82 1980-82 1980-82 1979-81 1977-80 1978-80 1978-80 1980 1977-80 1977-80 1977-80 1977-80 1974-77 1978-79 1976-79 1975-77 1973-76 1975-76 1971-74 1972-74 1971-73 1971-73 1970-72 1968-70 1969-70 1967-69 1967-69 1964-66 1960-62 1959-61 1957-59 1960-61 1956-58 1949-51 1949-50 1948-50 1949-51 1946-49 1945-48 1944 1940-41 1937-39 1933 1930-32 1929-31 1929-31 1926-28 1925-27 1926 1926 1921-24 1921-23 1919 1919 1918-19 1914-16, 19 1915-18 1915 1913-15

Organization New England Patriots Denver Broncos San Diego Chargers New York Giants New York Jets Pittsburgh Steelers Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles Washington Redskins Washington Redskins Dallas Cowboys Pittsburgh Steelers Dallas Cowboys Tampa Bay Buccaneers New York Jets Pittsburgh Steelers Pittsburgh Steelers Washington Redskins New York Giants Chicago Bears Pittsburgh Steelers Pittsburgh Steelers Washington Redskins Los Angeles Raiders Cleveland Browns Los Angeles Rams Dallas Cowboys Los Angeles Raiders Miami Dolphins Dallas Cowboys Seattle Seahawks St. Louis Cardinals Seattle Seahawks Seattle Seahawks Oakland Raiders New York Jets Kansas City Chiefs Cleveland Browns New York Giants Cincinnati Bengals Detroit Lions Denver Broncos New York Jets New York Jets Kansas City Chiefs Detroit Lions Miami Dolphins Washington Redskins Dallas Cowboys New Orleans Saints Kansas City Chiefs New York Jets Baltimore Colts New England Patriots Los Angeles Rams Atlanta Falcons New York Giants New York Jets Chicago Bears Pittsburgh Steelers New York Giants Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins Dallas Texans Baltimore Colts Chicago Cardinals Baltimore Colts Green Bay Packers Philadelphia Eagles Pittsburgh Steelers Chicago Cardinals Detroit Lions New York Yankees Philadelphia Eagles Brooklyn Dodgers Newark Tornadoes Buffalo Bisons New York Giants New York Yankees Staten Island Stapletons New York Giants Frankford Yellow Jackets New York Giants Milwaukee Badgers Rochester Jeffersons Milwaukee Badgers Akron Steels Rock Island Independents Buffalo All-Americans

Round Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent 9 Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent 7 Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent 7 Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent 7 Free Agent Free Agent 2 7 Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent 12 8 Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent 5 11 11 9 Free Agent 9 Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent 5

Pick

235

190

187 190 54 195

311 206

123 291 300 226 222

112

Year 1994 1994 1993 1993 1993 1992 1992 1992 1992 1991 1988 1988 1988 1987 1987 1987 1987 1986 1986 1986 1985 1985 1985 1985 1984 1984 1984 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1982 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1980 1980 1980 1978 1977 1977 1975 1975 1974 1974 1973 1971 1970

13 19 12 10 27 28 25

327 262 160 120 320 329 290

1967 1963 1962 1960 1959 1959 1952

28 2 21 28 8

355 19 211 264 66

1950 1949 1945 1943 1940

30

355

1951


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RUTGERS FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME John Alexander ‘77 (1992) Ron Allen ’91 (2008) Alan Andrews ‘85 (1994) William W. Austin ‘59 (1988) Andrew Baker ‘84 (1991) Thomas Turner Barr ‘13 (1990) Marco Battaglia ‘95 (2007) John Bateman, Head Coach 1960-72 (1991) David T. Bender ‘25 (1990) Henry Benkert ‘25 (1989) Elmer “Toady” Bracher ‘18 (1996) Chris Brantley ‘93 (2006) Philip Brett 1892 (1991) Travis Broadbent ‘92 (2004) Frank Burns ‘49 (1989) Deron Cherry ‘80 (1993) Larry Christoff ‘73 (1994) Dr. Hyman B. Copleman ‘29 (1989) John DeWitt 1886 (1990) James Dumont ‘84 (1990) Jack Emmer ‘67 (1992) Scott Erney ‘89 (1995) Alex Falcinelli ‘82 (2006) Dr. Joel Fertig, Team Dentist - 45 Years (1992) Al Garrett ‘19 (1991) Arthur Gottlieb ‘39 (2007) Dan Gray ‘78 (1994) Harvey Grimsley ‘50 (1993) John “Jack” Grossman ‘32 (1989) Jim Guarantano ‘93 (1999) Dick Hale ‘44 (2003) Harvey J. Harman, Head Coach 1938-41, 46-55 (1990) William “Bucky” Hatchett ‘50 (1991) Homer H. Hazel ‘25 (1988) Francis “Peaches” Heenan ’34, (2000) Herman Hering ‘50 (1992) Anton “Tony” Hoeflinger ‘64 (1997) Jim Hughes ‘78 (1995) James “JJ” Jennings ‘75 (1989) Edward Jones ‘75 (1990) Glen Kehler ‘79 (1997) Frank Kelley ‘19 (1994) Albert Kosup ‘78 (2000) Alexander Kroll ‘62 (1988) Kevin Kurdyla ‘81 (1997) Mike Kushinka ‘49 (1991) William T. Leggett 1872 (1989) George E. Little, Dir. of Athletics 1932-53 (1988)

JOHN BATEMAN

MARCO BATTAGLIA

FRANK BURNS

Dino Mangiero ‘80 (1992) Ed McMichael ‘80 (1993) Bryant Mitchell ‘69 (1992) James F. Monahan ‘52 (1990) Sam Mudie ‘62 (1994) Robert A. Nash ‘16 (1988) Tim Odell ‘81 (1996) John “By” O’Hearn ‘54 (1995) William Pellington ‘52 (1988) Bill Pickel ‘83 (1996) Sam Picketts ‘72 (1993) Lawrence “Larry” Pitt ‘39 (1998) Richard F. Policastro ‘70 (1990) John Powers, Equipment Manager 1931-75 (1993) Henry Pryor ‘50 (1994) Earl Read ‘50 (1996) MacAlpine Rendall ’17 (2007) Paul L. Robeson ‘19 (1988) Harry Rockafeller ‘16 (1989) Leon Root ‘51 (1992) George Foster Sanford, Head Coach 1913-23 (1989) Lee Schneider ‘70 (1994) Robert Simms ‘60 (1990) Steve Simms ‘62 (1996) Andrew “Abe” Sivess ‘49 (2002) Ken Smith ‘81 (1998) Mike Stang, Athletic Trainer - 33 Years (1991) Kennan Startzell ‘80 (1995) Ed Steward ‘81 (1992) Tyronne Stowe ‘87 (1998) Harry Swayne ‘93 (2000) Howard Parker Talman ‘16 (1989) Steve Tardy’90 (2001) Charles Hoyt “Bus” Terrill ‘26 (1998) John Toohey ‘15 (1995) Nathaniel Toran ‘77 (1988) William Tranavitch ‘40 (1990) Arnold “Arnie” Truex, ‘36 (1993) Vinnie Utz ‘42 (1991) Bruce Van Ness ‘70 (1991) Elnardo Webster ‘92 (1997) David A. “Sonny” Werblin ‘31 (1988) Terrell Willis ‘95 (2005) Shawn Williams ‘93 (2002) Walter Winika ‘36 (1992) John “Mike” Wittpenn ‘18 (1997) Eric Young ‘ 89 (2001)

“JJ” JENNINGS

BILL PELLINGTON

HARRY ROCKAFELLER

ERIC YOUNG


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LETTERWINNERS -AAbbott, R.J. (Mgr.) - 1920 Abreu, Manny - 2008-09 Acanfora, Gerry - 1960 Ackroyd, Samuel - 1918 Adams, Gene - 1986 Adams, J. - 1900 Adkins, Doug - 1991-92 Ahern, John - 1975-76 Ahmed, Hany (Mgr.) - 1992-94 Ajamian, Alan - 2009 Alexander, John - 1919 Alexander, John - 1973-76 Alken, Frederick - 1887 Allen, Frederick - 1869, 70, 72 Allen, John - 1965 Allen, Raymond - 1905 Allen, Ron - 1988-91 Allen, Scott - 1985 Allen, Steve - 1971-73 Allgair, John - 1935 Allison, Matt - 1975-77 Allmer, Chris (Mgr.) - 1998-2001 Altomare, Joe - 1988 Alverson, James - 1908-11 Alvord, Greg - 1985-86 Ambrose, Joseph - 1950-52 Amling, Harry (Mgr.) - 1951 Anderson, Billy - 2008-09 Anderson, Claremont - 1929 Anderson, Haward - 1923 Anderson, Howard - 1950-52 Anderson, John (Mrg.) - 1937 Anderson, Karl - 1975 Anderson, Mark - 1974 Anderson, Milton - 1928-30 Anderson, Ravon - 2000-01 Anderson, William - 1873-74 Anderson, William - 1923-24 Andiorio, Ken - 1978-79 Andre, Jerry - 2001-04 Andrews, Alan - 1982-84 Angelillo, John - 1969 Angstadt, Tom - 1983-85 Angus, Harry - 1903-04 Angyal, Joseph - 1943 Anstatt, Joseph - 1961 Anthony, Brian - 1984 Anzidei, Chris - 1995 Archambault, Victor - 1949-50 Archibald, Lauren - 1911 Arnold, Burt - 1949-50 Arthur, John - 1950-52 Arthur, Walter - 1986 Arway, William - 1950 Asberry, Dondre - 2002-06 Ashby, Kenneth - 1937 Ashton, George - 1872 Astridge, Ron - 1968 Atkinson, Asher - 1883-84 Atwood, Donner - 1943 Aubry, Robert - 1937 Augustine, Harold - 1920 Austin, Jean - 1984-87 Austin, Raymond - 1913-15 Austin, William - 1956-58 Aydelott, John - 1888-90 Ayres, Louis (Mgr.) - 1895 Azzarita, Frank - 1952

-BBabcock, James - 1908 Bachman, Matt - 1982-83, 85-86 Baer, William - 1912 Bailey, Bill - 1990-93 Bain, Alan - 1970-72 Baham, Robert - 2007 Baker, Andrew - 1879 Baker, Andrew - 1981-84 Baker, Chris - 2002, 04-05

Baker, Clifford - 1917-19 Baker, Derek - 1985-88 Baker, James - 1965-67 Baker, Jereme - 2003 Baker, John - 1904-06 Baker, Timothy - 1999-2000 Bakst, Murray - 1969-70 Baldwin, George - 1970 Baldwin, Richard - 1976-78 Ball, Madison - 1869-70 Balogh, W. Arpad - 1928 Bankos, George - 1985-87 Banks, Gordon - 1976 Banks, Roland - 1986 Barbieri, Howard - 2007-09 Barnaby, Val - 2002-05 Barnes, Corey - 2002, 04-05 Barnes, Darian - 1999 Barone, Joe - 1969 Barone, Steve - 1998-2001 Barr, Michael - 1998-2001 Barr, Robert - 1994-95 Barr, Thomas T. (Mgr.) - 1911-12 Batchelder, Walter - 1883-84 Battaglia, Marco - 1992-95 Battle, Bernarr - 1987-89 Bauer, John - 1969-70 Bauman, Richard - 1931 Bayoh, Sorie - 2007-09 Beachem, T. (Mgr.) - 1967-69 Beauharnais, Steve - 2009 Bear, Robert - 1955 Beckett, Andrew - 1990-93 Beckford, William - 2003-06 Beckwith, Arthur - 1921 Beddoe, Gary - 1983 Bednard, Paul - 1937-38 Beekman, Myron - 1907-08 Beekman, Theodore - 1879-80 Behnke, Craig - 1991 Behrend, John - 1950 Beierle, Brill - 1970 Belh, Mike - 1995-99 Beljour, Jean - 2004-07 Bell, Arthur - 1927 Bell, Gary - 1958 Bellamy, Jay - 1990-93 Bellezza, Len - 1983 Benante, Marty - 1971-72 Bender, Brian - 1999-2000, 02-03 Bender, Cuno- 1935-36 Bender, David - 1921-24 Bender, Peter - 1950 Benedetto, Joe (Mgr.) - 2009 Benedict, James - 1968-69 Benestad, John - 1990-93 Benke, Gary - 1966 Benke, Paul - 1959-60 Benkert, Henry - 1921-24 Bercier, Ken - 1979-81 Berdine, George - 1870 Bergamini, Herbert - 1909, 11, 12 Berkowitz, Joseph - 1943 Berkowitz, Simpson - 1924-26 Bernath, Fred - 1965 Bernstein, Howard - 1944 Berry, Tony - 1999-2001 Berson, Steven - 1999-2002 Beschner, Bill - 1980-83 Bethea, Andrew (mgr) - 1998-2000 Bethune, T.R. - 1980-83 Beugless, Francis - 1920-21 Bido, Luis - 1990-92 Bierman, Moses - 1880-82 Biernacki, Dan - 2004 Bilderback, Willis - 1929 Billock, Fred - 1972-73 Bines, Blair - 2006-09 Bing, Brandon - 2007-09 Bing, Richard - 1966-68

Bishop, Ellis (Mgr.) - 1890 Bishop, James, Jr. - 1888-90 Bishop, John - 1875-77 Black, Cunningston - 1904-07 Black, John - 1897-98 Black, Shin - 1996-99 Blackwell, J.G. (Mgr.) - 1893 Blackwell, Julius - 1992-93 Blackwell, Ted - 1978-80 Blackwood, Howard - 1999-2002 Blanchard, Jeff - 1978-80 Blanchard, Tim - 1975-78 Blanche, Scott - 1987-89 Blanchfield, Robert - 1958-60 Blanton, John - 1987-89 Blaszczyk, Ryan - 2007-09 Blauvelt, Louis - 1882, 84 Bleich, John - 1993-94 Blieberg, Derek (Mgr.) - 2006-09 Bliss, William - 1924-25 Block, Norton - 1947 Bloom, Jack - 1998-99 Blum, John - 1992 Blumberg, Edward - 1935 Blumenstock, Marvin - 1952-54 Bobrowski, C. - 1937 Boehrer, Bryan - 2001-02 Bohnel, Jay - 1961-62 Bokesch, Randy - 1969 Bolash, Bill - 1972-74 Bonosoro, John (Mgr.) - 1972-73 Bonsall, Richard - 1967-68 Boocock, Philip - 1925 Booker, Marvin - 2008 Boone, Len - 1972-73 Booz, Louis - 1906-08 Bosch, Chad - 1995-96 Bossow, Kenneth - 1953-54 Boswick, Keith (Mgr.) - 1986-87 Botti, Michael - 1986-89 Bouchard, Mike - 1988-89 Bouchard, Phil (Mgr.) - 1991 Bounty, Charles - 1981 Bowen, Edward - 1943 Bowen, Paul (Mgr.) - 1916 Bowen, Walter (Mgr.) - 1910-11 Bowers, Charles - 1966-67 Bowlby, Robert - 1915 Bracher, Elmer - 1913-16 Brackett, Gary - 1999-2002 Bradley, Addison - 1960-62 Bradley, William - 1974-75 Brady, Aaron - 1995-98 Branch, Jeremy - 2007-08 Brandes, Raymond - 1924-25 Brantley, Chris - 1990-93 Breckley, Joseph - 1917-18 Brendel, Robert - 1963-65 Brennan, E. Gaynor - 1922-24 Brenner, Michael - 1982-85 Brestle, Mike - 1993-94 Brett, Philip - 1888, 90, 91 Bridges, Wes - 1993-94 Brinckerhoff, James - 1902-04 Britt, Kenny - 2006-08 Brittingham, Darryl - 1984-85 Broadbent, Travis, 1989-92 Brock, Kevin - 2006-08 Brody, David - 1961 Brogger, Adolph - 1902-05 Brooks, David - 1979 Brooks, Jourdan - 2008-09 Brown, Albert - 1901 Brown, Alfred - 1925-26 Brown, Cedric - 2001-04 Brown, Conger (Mgr.) - 1931 Brown, Elisha - 1949 Brown, Fred - 1903 Brown, Gene - 1988 Brown, George - 1973

Brown, Larry - 1959-60 Brown, Melvin - 1966-68 Brown, Matt - 1994-95 Brown, Pat - 2008-09 Brown, Sampson - 1965-66 Brown, Tim - 2006-09 Browning, Howard - 1876 Brundage, Warren - 1927 Bruni, Arthur - 1933-34 Brush, Robert - 1964-65 Bruyere, Holmes - 1889-91 Bruyere, Walter, III - 1936-38 Bryan, Dusty - 1974-76 Bryant, Keif - 1991-94 Bryant, Taman - 1996 Bucci, John - 1975-78 Buchowski, Barry - 1982-84 Budd, DeWitt - 1944 Buffington, Darrell - 1996 Bugg, Ron - 1988, 91 Bullard, Maurice - 1933-35 Burd, Bill (Mgr.) - 1969-70 Burke, Joe - 1981-82 Burkhardt, Arthur - 1925-27 Burkowski, Edward - 1955-56 Burnett, Albert - 1948-49 Burnett, Daniel - 1899-1900 Burnett, William - 1998, 2000-02 Burns, Frank - 1945-48 Burns, Joseph - 1943 Burns, Kevin - 1993 Bursch, Robert - 1916 Butkus, Peter - 1947-49 Butler, Rickey - 1980 Byers, Andy - 1971 Bynes, Terry - 2002-05 Byrd, Arnold - 1958-60 Byrne, Albert - 1927 -CCairns, David (Mgr.) - 1965-67 Calbi, Jill (Mgr.) - 1983 Caldwell, Kevin (Mgr.) - 2005 Calhoun, Vaughn - 2000-02 Cali, Anthony - 2004-06 Callaghan, John - 1965-66 Callahan, Neil - 1975 Campanile, Anthony - 2004 Campassi, Joseph - 1967 Campbell, Bruce - 1984-87 Campbell, Dennis - 2006-08 Campbell, Jeremy - 2001-03 Campion, Albert - 1929 Canal, John - 1955-57 Canavan, John - 1963-64 Cann, James - 1988-90 Cantine, Charles - 1877-78 Capestro, Stephen - 1938-41 Cappelletti, Thomas - 1952 Capraro, Frank - 1950-51 Capraro, Patty (Mgr.) - 1980-82 Capria, Richard - 1964-66 Card, Clellan - 1925 Carino, Andy - 1978-81 Carlucci, John - 1972-73 Carney, Bob - 1970-72 Carney, John - 1926-28 Carollo, Andrew, Jr. - 1961-63 Carpender, John - 1893-96 Carpender, William - 1908 Carroll, Charles - 1950 Carswell, Trohn - 2001-02 Carter, George - 1977-79 Carty, Sean - 1999-2002 Carujo, Robert (Mgr.) - 2002 Caruso, Andrew - 1942 Case, Clifford - 1898 Casey, John - 1938 Catanho, Alcides - 1993-94 Cauthen, Anthony - 1992-93


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LETTERWINNERS Cebula, Chris - 1995-97 Celigoi, Rudolph - 1950-52 Cella, Tony - 1979-82 Cerone, Frank - 1977-79 Chadwick, Cameron - 1995-96 Chadwick, John - 1962-63 Challen, Paul - 1890 Chamberlain, Jacob - 1879-82 Chamberlain, Lewis - 1884-85 Chamberlain, William - 1879-82 Chandler, W. - 1921, 22, 24, 25 Chando, Leon - 1935 Chapman, Sam - 1969-70 Chergey, Tom - 1982 Cherrie, Stanley - 1961-63 Cherry, Deron - 1978-80 Cherry, Duane - 1977-79 Chesna, Bill - 1990-91 Chizmadia, Albert - 1932-34 Christiansen, Woodrow - 1934 Christ, Bob - 1974 Christ, Tim - 1989-91 Christoff, Larry - 1970-72 Ciaffoni, Joe - 1990-92 Ciampaglio, Bob - 1980-82 Cinquegrana, Denton - 1996 Cintolo, William - 1966-67 Cipriano, Lou - 1984-85 Cirone, Joseph - 1997 Ciurciu, John - 2000 Clancy, Mike - 2004 Clark. Davon - 2001-02 Clark, Dave - 1990 Clark, Heath - 1998 Clark, Otis - 1922 Clark, Pete - 1974-75 Clark, Robert - 1957-59 Clarke, Bill - 1975 Clarke, Peter - 1995-96 Clary, Bob (Mgr.) - 1924 Clemens, Thomas - 1869-70 Clements, Jim - 1975 Cloke, Allen - 1907-08 Clymer, Bruce - 1952-53 Clymer, Larry - 1968-70 Coan, Wilson - 1935-36 Cobb, Brian - 1985-87 Cobb, Robert - 1902-04 Cobbs, Melvin - 1996 Cocuzza, Anthony (Mgr.) - 2008-09 Codington, Horace - 1894 Coen, Thomas - 1989 Cohen, Bernard - 1929 Coker, Jennifer (Mgr.) - 1991 Cole, Hugh - 1915 Coleman, J.M. (Mgr.) - 1914 Coley, Omar - 1989-90 Collareno, Nunzio - 1952-53 Collier, Arthur - 1885-88 Collier, William - 1892-94 Collins, Leslie - 2004-06 Colon, Nate - 1999-2001 Colon, Keith (Mgr.) - 2006 Colville, A.R. (Mgr.) - 1923 Combiths, Thomas - 1940 Comeau, Ryan - 1997-98 Comiskey, John - 2000 Conger, Frederick - 1898-1900 Conklin, Marion - 1878-79 Conlan, Mike - 1988-90 Conley, Craig (Mgr.) - 1988-90 Conlin, Kevin - 1978-79 Connelly, Tom - 1963-65 Connors, Harold - 1942 Conover, David - 1893-95 Cook, George - 1901 Cook, Robert - 1876 Cook, William - 1896 Cooke, Leonard - 1937-39 Cooper, Henry - 1908, 10-11 Cooper, Jarrett - 1996

Cooper, Marcus - 2009 Coppalo, Bob - 1969-70 Coppin, Samuel - 1966 Coppolo, Margaret (Mgr.) - 2005 Corbin, Charles - 1906-08 Corbin, Joe - 1981-83 Corcoran, Jack - 2006-09 Corda, Michael - 1943 Corizzi, Harold - 1949-51 Corle, M.M. - 1883 Correa, James (Mgr.) - 2006 Corrigan, Paul - 1946-49 Cortese, Mike - 2002-05 Corujo, Robert (Mgr.) - 2002 Cory, Donald - 1961 Cos, Harry - 1906 Costin, Del - 1958-60 Coursen, Donald - 1929-31 Courtney, Robert - 1896-98 Cox, Andre - 1983, 85-86 Coyle, Chris - 1987 Craft, William - 1961-62 Craig, Charles - 1937-39 Craig, Edmond (Mgr.) - 1965 Cramer, Richard - 1946-48 Cramer, William - 1877-78 Crawford, Norris - 1994-97 Crawford, Raishard - 1997-98, 01 (Mgr.) Crawford, Sydney - 1987-88 Crenshaw, Robert - 1998-99 Crockett, Brian - 1980-81 Cronin, George - 1929 Cronin, Jerry - 1929-31 Crooks, Jacki - 1996-99 Crosby, Charles - 1957-58 Crowder, Aaron - 1994 Crowl, Richard - 1928-29 Cubit, Ryan - 2001-02 Cuddeback, Samuel - 1897 Cummins, John - 1982-84 Cunningham, Brad - 2001, 2003-05 Cuozzo, Frank - 1991 Curley, Lee - 1960-61 Curry, Jason - 1994-96 Curry, Joe - 1979-80 Cutler, Willard - 1873-74 Czellecz, Darrin - 1986-89 -DDaddario, Joseph - 1951-53 Daisley, Brook - 1920 Dalton, William - 1925, 26, 28 D’Amato, Robert - 1949-51 Dammann, Ken - 1991-94 D’Andrea, Henry - 1955-56 Daniels, Marcus - 2003-05, 2007 Danner, Julius - 1894 D’Antonio, Jim - 1962-63 Dargin, John - 1941 Darkes, Leroy - 1943 Darlington, George - 1958-60 Darwent, Alvin - 1924 Dato, Clint - 2004 Davenport, Kerry - 1980, 82 Davis, Alan - 1996-98 Davis, Anthony - 2007-09 Davis, Doug - 1971-73 Davis, Edwin - 1927-28 Davis, George - 1882-85 Davis, James - 1951-53 Davis, Len - 1975-77 Davis, Luther - 1899 Davis, Mitchell - 1999, 2001-02 Davis, Robert - 1975-76 Davis, Sam - 1975-78 Davis, Titus - 1872-73 Day, Robert - 1943 Dazer, Charles - 1944 Debes, Mark - 1974-75 DeCicco, Mike (Mgr.) - 2004-05 Decker, Fred - 1894-98

Deering, Eric - 1989-90 Delamater, Ezra - 1869-70 Dellaganna, Teddy - 2008-09 Dell Angela, Silvio - 1958-59 Del Tufo, A. (Mgr.) - 1935 DeLucia, Mike - 1996-99 Demarest, Nathan - 1880 Demarest, Samuel - 1907-08 Demarest, William - 1932-33 DeMarrais, Douglass - 1977 Demler, Dan - 1987 Demyen, Marc - 1995-96 Denardo, Jack - 1950 Denardo, Mike - 1974 Denise, Charles - 1893-94 Dennis, Nicholas - 1940-42 Dennison, Jerry - 1989-90 DePaola, Andrew - 2007-09 DeRensis, Henry - 1939-40 DeRosa, Jack - 1935 DeSedas, Gaudhi - 2007 DeSantis, Anthony - 1954-55 Deshler, Frederick - 1883 Devera, Voltaire (Mgr.) - 1997 Devido, Joseph (Mgr.) - 1934 Devlin, Shawn - 1994-96 DeWitt, John - 1883-86 DeWitt, John - 1889-91 DeWitt, Theodore - 1880 Diaz, Donny - 2004 Dickerson, Edgar - 1898 Dickerson, Rawson - 1912 Dickinson, Edward - 1921-22 Diederich, David - 1990-91 Diehl, Gerard - 1896 DiGiacinto, James - 1967-69 Diggs, Joe - 1994-95, 97-98 DiGilio, Joe - 1982-84 Digney, James - 1927, 29 DiLemma, Patrick - 1959 DiLiberti, Charles - 1944-47 Dillard, Bob - 1971-73 Dillon, Mike - 1985-86 D’Imperio, Joseph - 1943-44 D’Imperio, Ryan - 2006-09 Dinsmore, Rob - 2001-03 DiPonziano, Charles - 1971-72 Dixon, George - 1869, 70, 72 Dixon, Romeo - 1961 Dodson, Gordon (Mgr.) - 1963-64 Doliber, William - 1952-53 Donaldson, Bill - 1969-71 Donato, Joseph - 1997 Donnelly, Pete - 1995-98 Donofrio, Mike (Mgr.) - 1991-95 Donovan, Keith - 1991-92 Dorn, David - 1977-80 Dorn, Wilfred - 1938-39 Dornlas, Todd - 2001 Dorsett, Desron (Mgr.) - 2004-05 Dorsey, Tekay - 1990-92 Douglas, Phillip - 1999 Dowd, Pat - 1990 Downs, Chris (Mgr.) - 2004 Drake, Edward - 1929-30 Drake, Scott - 1983-85 Dreher, Art - 1996 Dreier, Donald - 1951-53 Drury, Francis - 1896-97 Drury, Michael Pace (Mgr.) - 1981-82 Dubiel, William - 1986-88 DuBois, Clarence - 1885 DuBois, Roelif - 1901 Duborg, Eddie - 1994 Duda, Edward - 1952-53 Duffy, Brian - 2001-04 Duffy, James - 1919 Duffy, Paul - 1918-21 Duffy, Thomas - 1984, 86, 87 Dulin, Loren (Jim) - 1966-67 Dumont, James - 2007-09

Dumont, Jim - 1979, 81-83 Dumont, Robert - 1981-83 Duncan, Donald - 1951-53 Dunham, Richard - 1917-18, 20 Dunlop, Archie - 1930-32 Dunn, Nasario - 1979 Dunn, William - 1918 Dunne, David - 1990-92 Dunster, Will - 1983-85 Durango, Bryan - 2003 Dutch, Dennis - 1967-68 Dyevich, Kevin - 1983 Dyke, Chalmers - 1891, 93-94

-EEcherson, Frank - 1898 Eckels, Dennis - 1975-77 Eckert, Chris - 2007 (Mgr.) Eckert, Fred - 1965-66 Eckhardt, Joseph - 1920-21 Edgar, Blanchard - 1898-99 Edgar, David - 1901 Edmonds, Brendan - 1997-98 Edmunds, R. - 1886 Edwards, Curt - 1974-75 Edwards, Ernest - 1966 Edwards, Job - 1905 Egan, Ron - 1962 Elias, George - 1961-62 Ell, Henry - 1934 Elliott, Robert - 1915-16 Elliott, John - 1910 Ellis, David - 2007 (Mgr.) Ellis, Milton - 1985 Elmendorf, John - 1910-13 Elmendorf, Nicoll - 1876 Elting, Howard - 1886-89 Ely, Richard (Mgr.) - 1938 Emanuel, Nick - 1994-95 Emery, John - 1950 Emmer, Jack - 1964-66 Enander, Ellis - 1922-23 Enberg, Edward - 1936 Endick, Joel (Mgr.) - 1987-91 Engle, Marvin - 1959-61 Engle, Maurice - 1901 English, Rae Ann (Mgr.) - 2002 Epps, Joe - 1970-71 Erickson, Jeffrey - 1987-89 Erney, Scott - 1986-89 Errico, Dan - 1980-81, 83 Esposito, Michael - 1999-2002 Esselstyn, Charles - 1887-88, 90 Evans, Chris - 1986-87 Evans, Edward - 1954-55 Evarts, Chris - 1985 Evina, Lance - 1991-93 -FFacyson, Markis - 2002-05 Faherty, William - 1945, 48 Fairchild, Ralph - 1928 Falcinelli, Alex - 1980-82 Fallon, Jim - 1970 Falussy, Aloysius - 1925 Farkas, Andy - 1974 Farley, John - 1883 Farnham, John - 1932-33 Farrell, Edward - 1954-55 Farrell, Wayne - 1980 Fauntleroy, Gary - 1996-98 Fedorchak, John - 1975-76 Fego, Paul - 1977-79 Feitner, William - 1916-18 Felber, Donald - 1954-56 Feller, Daniel - 1921-23 Fenn, Bill - 1974-75 Fennell, James - 1954 Fennell, John - 1952-54 Fenstemacher, Albert - 1968-70 Ferrara, Anthony - 1935-36


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LETTERWINNERS Ferrughelli, Steve - 1969-70 Field, Peter - 1890-91 Fielder, George - 1879 Figueroa, Dave - 1974-75 Fine, Glenn - 1984-85 Finelli, Peter (Mgr.) - 1960 Finetti, Mike - 1989 Fioranelli, Remo - 2009 Firkser, Boaz - 1950-51 Fischer, Elias - 1929-31 Fischer, Robert - 1873-76 Fisher, Douglas - 1904-07 Fisher, Gary - 1969 Fisher, Michael - 1955-56 Fisher, Michael - 1974-77 Fisher, W.A. (Mgr.) - 1901 Fisher, Walter - 1949-51 Fithian, Erkuries - 1893 Fitz-Randolph, Thomas - 1878 Fitzsimmons, Bob (Mgr.) - 1970 Flachbarth, Louis - 1927 Fladell, Mike - 2005-07 Fleming, Mike - 1985-86 Fleming, Matt - 1996 Fletcher, Delrico - 1997, 2000, 01 Flower, Robert - 1961-62 Flynn, Michael - 1980-82 Foertner, Frederic - 1899-01 Follensbee, Brandley - 1912-14 Forbes, Alex - 1939 Forbes, Donald - 1990 Forbes, William - 1942 Ford, Allen - 1889 Forgash, Andrew - 1968-69 Forman, Brian (Mgr.) - 2000-01 Forst, Art - 2008-09 Fortay, Bryan - 1992-93 Foster, Eric - 2004-07 Foster, Raymond - 1938-40 Foster, Samuel - 1910-11 Foster, Willie - 2003-06 Fox, Adin - 1927 Fox, Edward - 1907 Francis, Justin - 2007, 2009 Francisco, Kenneth - 1917 Francke, Valentine - 1917-18 Francke, William - 1952 Frank, Leonard - 1933-34 Frankiewicz, Martin - 1965-66 Fraser, George - 1926 Frauenheim, Pierce - 1960-61 Frazier, Anthony - 2000 Frederickson, Charles - 1934 Freed, Joe - 1989 Freedman, Bernard - 1923-24 Freeman, Mark - 1978-89 Freeney, Tarell - 1997, 98, 2000-01 Freeny, Jonathan - 2007-09 Frelinghuysen, John - 1878 French, Benjamin - 1996-99 French, Walter - 1918-19 Frentrop, Werner - 1963-64 Freystadt, Everett - 1908 Friday, Jerred - 1999 Frierson, Quintero - 2003-06 Frothingham, Richard - 1944 Fuchs, Carl - 1923-24 Fuller, Howard - 1872-73 Fuller, Perry - 1870, 72, 73 Fullman, Michael - 1993 Funderburk, Bob - 1979 Funderburk, Reggie - 1993-95, 97 Furnari, Joseph - 1948-50

-GGaebele, Andrew - 1993-94 Gagas, Melanie (Film) - 1992-95 Gagliardi, Joe - 1985-86 Gallagher, Eugene - 1946 Gallin, Lawrence - 1965 Gallo, John - 1975-78

Gannon, Robert - 1943 Gano, Stephen - 1869-70 Gant, Charles (Mgr.) - 1912-13 Gardner, Ernest - 1946-48 Gardner, Hector - 1935 Gardner, Robert - 1946-47 Gardner, William - 1917-21 Garea, Ivan - 1987 Garea, Paul - 1987 Garefino, Joe - 1982 Gargan, Thomas - 1917 Garlock, Steve - 1981 Garrabrant, John - 1946-47 Garreston, Richard - 1956-57 Garrett, Alfred - 1914-16, 19 Gasienica, Leo - 1970-72 Gates, Charles, Jr. - 1944 Gatt, Charles - 1961 Gatyas, William - 1955-56 Gay, William - 1911-13 Geckeler, Tim - 1990-93 Gelman, George - 1943 Genkinger, David - 1949 Gennarelli, Francis - 1980 George, Jeff - 1978, 80-81 George-Shields, Ansel - 1996-99 Gesbocker, Bradford - 1926-27 Getty, George - 1984 Getz, Lee - 1983-86 Getzendanner, Jay - 1985 Giacobbe, Joe - 2005-06 Giangeruso, Jill (film) - 1999-2001 Gibbs, John - 1875-77 Gibbs, Jonathan - 1994-95 Gibson, Aaron - 1985 Gibson, Benjamin - 1921-24 Gibson, Gary - 2001-04 Giddings, Rahsaan - 1994-95 Giebelhaus, August - 1961-63 Gies, William - 1930 Giesler, Doug - 1986-89 Gilbert, Frank - 1940-41 Giles, Carter - 1986-88 Giles, Dwight - 1987-89 Gilkison, Will - 2002-05 Gillam, Edward (Mgr.) - 1942 Gillam, L.G. (Mgr.) - 1914 Gilmartin, Mike - 2005-08 Gilmore, Edward - 1869-70 Gimbl, R.J. (mgr) - 1996-99 Girault, Ron - 2004-07 Glander, Frederic - 1911 Glasier, George - 1887-89 Glass, John - 2003-05 Glassman, Armand - 1958-59 Glatzer, Joseph - 1922 Glaud, Ka’Lial - 2009 Glueckert, Ryan - 2009 Goldberg, Alan - 1957 Goldberger, Robert - 1942-43 Goldschmidt, Edward - 1924-26 Goode, E. Trescott - 1906-08 Goodkind, Carol (Mgr.) - 1977-79 Gordon, Allen - 1945 Gordon, G.M. (Mgr.) - 1900 Gorman, Pat - 1994-95 Gottlieb, Arthur - 1937-39 Gould, Louis - 1995 Gould, Scott - 1994 Gowen, Isaac - 1877-79 Graham, Ian - 1953 Grand, Justin (Mgr.) - 2007-09 Grant, Jason - 2001-04 Grasso, Louis - 1996 Graves, Shamar - 2007-09 Gray, Dan - 1975-77 Gray, William - 1917 Greaves, A. Michael - 1966-67 Greczyn, Jeff - 1974-76 Green, C.W. (Mgr.) - 1908-09 Green, Harold - 1902-05

Green, Lamont - 1981-83 Green, Ron - 2003-04 Green, Toni (Mgr.) - 1983 Green, William - 1962-64 Greene, Courtney - 2005-08 Greene, Khaseem - 2009 Greenberg, Alan - 1966-68 Greenberg, Benjamin - 1927-29 Greenberg, Gilbert - 1941-42 Greenberg, Seth (Mgr.) - 2005 Greif, Herman - 1937-39 Greif, J. Leonard (Mgr.) - 1933 Griffin, David - 1997-99 Griffin, John - 1944 Grimes, Eddie - 2001-04 Grimsley, Harvey - 1946-49 Griswold, Elmer - 1932-34 Grogan, Tim - 1978 Grossman, Jack - 1929-31 Grossman, Morris - 1935 Grote, Jeff - 1962-63 Grower, Louis - 1932-33 Guarantano, James - 1989-92 Guarnera, Jim - 1993-94 Guglielmo, Jerry - 1973 Gustin, Paul - 1957-59 Guthrie, John - 1897

-HHackett, Jim - 1964-65 Haddow, Hugh, Jr. - 1896 Hadrava, Jim - 1971 Haegley, Marshall - 1986 Hairston, Justise - 2003-04 Halada, Paul - 1983-86 Hall, Ken - 1972-73 Hall, Newton - 1934 Hall, Vince - 1990 Hambrecht, William - 2000-01 Hampton, Wayne - 1997-99 Hand, Kenneth - 1917-19 Hanf, Lester - 1924-26 Hannis, Randy - 1982-84 Hannoch, F., Jr. (Mgr.) - 1950 Hansen, Jeff - 1991 Hansen, Leonard - 1940-41 Hanson, Thomas - 1908-09 Haring, Cornelius - 1877-79 Harker, Mahlon - 1912-13 Harley, David - 2003-04 Harmon, Duron - 2009 Harmon, Mark - 1990 Harper, Steven - 1994-97 Harris, Bertram - 1928-30 Harris, Clark - 2003-06 Harris, Don - 1975-76 Harris, Nate - 2007 Harrison, Mark - 2009 Harrison, Robert - 1959-61 Hart, Frederick - 1899-1900 Hart, Ryan - 2002-05 Harvey, Paul - 1936-38 Hasbrouck, Albert - 1938-40 Hasbrouck, Gilbert - 1877 Hasbrouck, John - 1915 Haskins, Jeff - 1985, 88 Haslam, Kevin - 2007-09 Hatchett, William - 1947-49 Hauser, Percy - 1916 Hauser, Frank - 1963 Haven, R.C. (Mgr.) - 1899 Havran, Steve - 1973-74 Haw, Brandon - 1999-2003 Hawxhurst, Daniel - 1869, 70, 72, 73 Hayes, Chris (Mgr.) - 2004-05 Hayes, Julian - 2007-09 Hazel, Homer - 1916, 23, 24 Hazelet, Leilani (Mgr.) - 2000-03 Headley, A.A. - 1923 Heath, George E. - 1896 Hedgeman, Josh - 1990, 93

Hedgeman, Mercer - 1981-84 Heenan, Francis - 1931-33 Heggie, Torrance - 2000-01 Heilman, Don - 1974-75 Heinfelden, Curt - 1929 Hemmer, Richard - 1952-54 Henderson, Henry - 1985, 87-89 Hendrickson, Hendrick - 1872-75 Henry, Mario - 1992-93 Herbert, Carl - 1900-02 Herbert, Henry - 1874 Herbert, John W. - 1869 Hering, Herman - 1946-49 Hering, Robert - 1977-79 Heritage, Harold - 1942 Herman, Albert - 1886 Hermerda, Louis - 1932-34 Herold, A.J. - 1986 Hess, Jeff - 1977 Heyd, Edward - 1930 Hibbs, Gregg - 1926 Hicks, Douglas - 1948 Hiecke, George - 1926 Higgins, James - 1966-67 Higgins, M. Harold - 1918 Higgins, Robert - 1965-67 Higgins, Robert - 1994-95 Highlander, Richard - 1962 Hill, Frederick - 1880 Hill, Maurice - 1968 Hill, Otto - 1939-41 Hill, William - 1869 Hill, William - 1980 Hilliard, A. - 1920 Hines, Maurice - 2003 Hinton, Travis - 2000 Hipolit, John - 1944, 46-48 Hiros, William - 1986-89 Hirshhorn, Lloyd - 1933 Hitchner, Alfred - 1900-03 Hlavach, Steve - 1986-88 Hoare, Thomas - 1964 Hobbs, Josh - 1999-2002 Hochberg, Eric - 1982-84 Hoeflinger, Anton - 1961-63 Hogan, Christina (Film) - 1997 Hoffman, Paul (Mgr.) - 1985-87 Hoffman, Steve - 1974-75 Hoffner, Craig - 1982-83 Hohmann, Brian - 2000-03 Hohne, Paul - 1967-68 Hohnstine, Jack - 1963-65 Hoke, Alec - 1985-87 Holland, Andrew - 1996-98 Holmes, Gregory - 1954-55 Holmes, Tom - 1972-75 Holsten, Franklyn - 1902-04 Honeyford, Peter - 1977-79 Hooper, Dwayne - 1981-84 Hoover, Roy - 1985-87 Hopkins, John (Mgr.) - 1946 Hopkins, Nelson - 1938 Hopper, Thomas - 1889-90 Hopwood, William - 1956-58 Horenle, William - 1945 Horn, Stanley - 1913 Horner, Jim - 1958-60 Horsford, G.S. (Mgr.) - 1918 Horton, Lester - 1929-31 Horvath, Joseph - 1941 Hosoda, Toshimasa - 1955 Hotaling, Henry - 1911 Hotchkiss, Douglass - 1937-39 Hotz, Jack - 1981-82 Houston, William - 1981-83 Hovey, Harold - 1907 How, John - 1878-81 Howard, Carl - 1981-83 Howard, Clarence - 1929 Howard, Robert - 1953-55 Howell, Darren - 1991, 93


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LETTERWINNERS Hubbard, Robert - 1948-49 Huber, William (Mgr.) - 1961-63 Hudak, Keith - 1981-83 Hugger, Peter - 1944-45 Hughes, Jim - 1975-78 Hughes, Sarah (Mgr.) - 1981-82 Hults, Willard - 1919 Hummel, Charles - 1917 Humphreys, Rick - 1988-89 Hunt, Clint - 1997-98 Hunton, Jay - 1956-58 Hurt, John - 1961-62 Hutchins, Al-Majid - 2009 Hutchinson, Berkeley - 2003 Hutton, Chris - 1994-95, 1997-98 Huyler, John - 1870 Huyssoon, Peter - 1869-72 Hyman, Corey - 2004, 2007 Hynes, Joseph - 1996-97 Hynoski, Robert - 1976-78 Hysoski, Walt - 1976-78

-IIannucci, Angelo - 1952-54 Irwin, Joseph - 1926-28 Ito, Jeremy - 2004-07 Ivey, Ralph - 1976, 78, 79

-JJackman, Leslie - 2005, 2007 Jackson, Courtney (Mgr.) - 2005 Jackson, Jamil - 1990-93 Jackson, John - 1915 Jackson, Malik - 1990-93 Jackson, Randy - 1988-90 Jacobus, Tim (Mgr.) - 2008-09 Jahn, Julius - 1909 Jefferds, Jerome - 1935-36 Jefferson, DC - 2009 Jefferson, Riley - 1997 Jeffries, Roger - 1991-93 Jenerette, Ron - 2000-02 Jenkins, George - 1882 Jenkins, Henry - 1975-76 Jenkins, James - 1987-90 Jennings, Frank - 1903 Jennings, Jim "JJ" - 1971-73 Jeter, Kent (Mgr.) - 1986 Johnson, August - 1952-54 Johnson, Bruce - 1952-53 Johnson, C. Stanley - 1924 Johnson, Eric - 1980-82 Johnson, Errol - 1999-2000 Johnson, Ezra - 1995 Johnson, Frederick - 1911-12 Johnson, George - 2006-09 Johnson, Jarvis - 2001-04 Johnson, Joseph (Mgr.) - 1981-83 Johnson, Lester - 1977-79 Johnson, Robert (Mgr.) - 1940 Johnson, Sam - 2003-06 Jones, Brandon - 2009 Jones, Chris - 1990 Jones, Donald - 1941-42 Jones, Ed - 1971, 73-74 Jones, Joey - 1995, 97 Jones, Marcus - 2001-02 Jones, Mark - 1984 Jones, Michael - 1997-2000 Jones, Nathan - 2000-03 Jordan, Ed - 2000-01, 2003 Jovanavic, Paul - 1996 Julian, James - 1966-68 Julie, Howard - 1910-12 Julien, Joseph - 1929-31 -KKaczorowski, Krzysztof - 2000 Kahle, Cornell - 1920-21 Kahle, John - 1949

Kahn, Amir (Mgr.) - 2002-03 Kahn, Howard (Mgr.) - 1983 Kalinger, Roger - 1963-64 Kane, Orlando - 2004 Kaplan, Robert - 1950 Kaplan, Saul - 1945 Karakas, Harry - 1929-31 Karpinski, Jed - 1982 Karwacki, Mike - 1994 Katchen, Jeffrey (Mgr.) - 1968-69 Kaup, Ken (mgr.) - 2002 Kavulich, Doug - 1990-92 Kearney, Edward - 1927 Keating, James - 1983-85 Keating, John - 1935 Keating, Tom - 1984-85 Keefe, Stephen - 1885 Kehayas, Nicholas - 1955-56 Kehler, Glen - 1975-78 Keiler, Henry - 1918, 21-23 Keller, Ron - 1993, 95, 96 Kelley, Frank - 1916-19 Kelley, Robert - 1954-55 Kelly, David - 1917-18 Kelly, Thomas - 1994-97 Kemlo, James - 1872-75, 77 Kempson, Norman - 1940 Kennedy, Chris - 1993-95 Kennedy, Justin - 1990 Kenney, John - 1934 Kenney, Ronald - 1964-66 Kent, Stephante - 2009 Keough, John - 1971 Kiernan, James - 1923-24 Kiley, Al - 1958-59 Kinch, Ray - 1975-76 King, Robert - 1941 King, Walter -1996-97, 99, 2000 Kingman, William - 1920-23 Kirchner, Brendan (Mgr.) - 2008-09 Kitchen, Zaire - 2006-09 Kivlehan, Patrick - 2008-09 Kizis, Michael - 1968-70 Klein, Leon - 1945 Klitchko, Frank - 1992 Klosky, Simon - 1941 Knabb, George - 1931 Knauss, Richard - 1928-30 Knight, Mike - 1979-81 Koar, William - 1941 Kocaj, Thomas - 1961 Koehler, George - 1903-04 Koehler, George - 1909 Kofitsas, Pete - 1989 Kokoskie, Doug - 1984-86, 88 Kolstery, Jeff - 2001 (mgr) Koos, Frank - 1949-50 Koprowski, Richard - 1966-68 Kornicki, Peter - 1933-35 Kosup, Bert - 1974, 76-77 Kovacs, Rob (Mgr.) - 2005-06 Kowalski, Joseph - 1959-61 Kozak, Kory - 1990-92 Kozicky, Myron - 1935 Krafchick, Max - 1928-29 Kramer, George - 1931-33 Kramer, Vincent - 1939-40 Krapf, Shirley (Mgr.) - 1974-75 Krasnavage, Paul - 1972-74 Krause, Aaron - 2002 Krayer, Keith - 1960-62 Kroll, Alex - 1960-61 Krupka, Dawn (film) - 1999 Kubas, Mike - 1978-80 Kuch, Frank - 1962-63 Kucowski, Joe - 1994-95 Kull, Frank - 1918 Kummer, Kyle - 2007 Kurdyla, Jeff - 1981-83 Kurdyla, Kevin - 1977-80

Kushinka, Candy (Mgr.) - 1976-77 Kushinka, Michael - 1946-48 Kutz, John - 1986-88 Kuzniak, Mike (Mgr.) - 2004-06

-LLabiner, Gerald - 1943 Ladley, John - 1876 Lamb, George - 1963-65 Lamicella, Pete - 1993 Lampert, Evan - 2009 Land - 1892 Landi, Keith - 2002 Lane, Todd, 1990-92 Lang, H.Titus - 1934 Lange, Mo - 2007-09 Langenus, John - 1969 Lansing, Howard - 1879, 81 Lapkowicz, Vic - 1971-72 LaPrarie, Jacque - 1982-85 LaPrarie, Walter - 1949-51 Large, George - 1869-70 Larkin, Thomas (Mgr.) - 1954 Laryea, Edmond - 2006-08 Lasher, Winfield - 1869-70 Lassiter, Mark - 1975-77 Latimer, George - 1929-31 Latore, Dan - 1994-95 Laubenheimer, John - 1881 Laverty, John - 1954-56 Law, John - 1978-79 Lawes, Ernest - 1917 Lawrence, Bruce - 1963-64 Lawrence, Richard - 1959-61 Lee, Glen - 2005-08 Leek, Ralph - 1980-81 Lefeged, Joe - 2007-09 Lefferts, D.W. (Mgr.) - 1894 Leggett, William - 1869-70 LeGrand, Eric - 2008-09 Lentz, August - 1890 Leonard, Brian - 2003-06 Leonard, Nate - 1999-2002 Leslie, Edwin - 1906-09 Leslie, Jesse - 1912 Lester, Tim - 1987-89 Letson, Walt (Mgr.) - 1919 Leung, Kate (Mgr.) - 2006 Lewendon, J. Scott - 1965-67 Lewis, Chenry - 2005-07 Lewis, Clifford (Mgr.) - 1937 Lewis, Paul - 1974 Lezdey, John - 1950 Libby, William - 1959, 61 Lichtenberger, Steve (Mgr.) - 2007 Liddy, Jack - 1931-32 Liddy, John - 1965-66 Light, Liz (Film) - 1992-94 Liguori, Jim - 1970 Lilburn, George - 1881-82 Lillis, James - 1872 Lincoln, Robert - 1922-24 Linquist, Wallace - 1955 Linton, Dimitri - 2004, 2007 Lipetz, David - 1991-92 Lippman, Robert - 1944 Lipscomb, Dwight - 1972-75 Lipsett, Daniel - 1985-87 Liska, Gary - 1981-84 Listorti, Brad - 2004-05 Little, Bloomfield - 1870-72 Loblein, Eldon - 1905-06 Locke, Jason - 1998-99 Lockwood, Henry - 1887-88 Long, Pete (Mgr.) - 1995-97 Loomis, Chris - 2001-04 Lopez, Joseph - 1936 Loppacker, Raymond - 1921 Lord, John - 1926 Lorenz, Herbert - 1925-27

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