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Tabl e of Contents

Sept 1*

Huntingdon College 1:00 p.m.

Sept 8

Emory & Henry College 1:30 p.m.

Sept 15 University of the South 1:30 p.m.

Message from the President............................................ 3 Quick Facts....................................................................... 3 Head Football Coach....................................................... 4 Fighting Scots Coaching Staff....................................... 5-6 2012 Pre-Season Outlook .............................................7-8

Sept 29 Christopher Newport 1:30 p.m.

2012 MC Seniors......................................................... 9-13

Oct 6

Greensboro College 1:00 p.m.

2012 Juniors.............................................................. 16-19

Oct 13

Methodist University 1:00 p.m.

USA South Athletic Conference.................................14-15 Athletics Department Administration............................ 20 MC Athletic Facilities......................................................21

Oct 20** LaGrange College 2:00 p.m.

2012 Maryville Scots Roster...................................... 22-23

Oct 27

2012 Freshmen...........................................................26-27

Averett University 1:00 p.m.

Nov 3 NC Wesleyan College 1:30 p.m. Nov 10

Ferrum College 1:00 p.m.

* Denotes Central Standard Time ** Denotes Homecoming Bold denotes home game

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2012 Sophomores .................................................... 24-25 MC Single Game Records...............................................28 All-Time Single Season Records.................................29-30 MC All-Time Career Records......................................... 31 All-Time Records Against Opponents........................... 32 Records, Coaches & Captains in MC Football History....33 119 Years of Maryville College Football................... 34-38 MC Football All-Americans.............................................38 Team Photo/Support Staff..............................................39 Fighting Scots Gridiron Club..........................................40 Cheer Squad & Dance Team .........................................41 2012 MC Senior Photo ..................................................41 Athletic Training.............................................................42

2012 Fighting Scots Captains

L to R: Kane Crowell, Paul Costanzo, Travis Felder, Jamie Owen

The Maryville Athletics Communication Office would like to thank the following individuals for their contributions to the 2012 Scots Football Media Guide. Jacob Berwind (Summer Intern), Cayce Crisp (Summer Intern),Neil Crosby (Photoplay Studios Portraits), Brandon Shinn (Action Photos), Von Cook (Action Photos), and The Daily Times Sports Photography Staff (Action Photos). Thank you to Mary Workman for her cover and poster design for all MC sports.

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Dear Friends of MC Football: The Maryville College Statement of Purpose states that we “prepare students for a world of uncertainty and accelerating change” and I made that phrase the theme of my inaugural address during my first year as president. Now in my third year, we enter a year that includes several changes. We welcome a new head coach to lead the team along with several new members of his staff. The membership in our athletic conference has changed this year and will change again next Dr. Tom Bogart year, and two of this year’s non conference opponents were not on the schedule last year. A world of uncertainty and accelerating change indeed. This year marks the 120th anniversary of Maryville College’s first intercollegiate football game. Just as it always has, our football program provides the chance for students to excel outside of the classroom as a complement to their rigorous academic experience. It also gives the entire community a rallying point, cheering for the team regardless of the score. Our ideals of community are expressed in our Covenant engraved on the Covenant Stone outside Anderson Hall: Scholarship, Respect, and Integrity. I can think of no better way to describe our aspirations for the football program than as an expression of those high ideals. Although we live in a world of uncertainty and change, the Maryville College football tradition continues. I look forward to seeing you at the games as we cheer for the Fighting Scots.

Quick Facts Location: Maryville, Tennessee Mailing Address: 502 E. Lamar Alexander Parkway Maryville, Tenn. 37804-5907 Founded: 1819 Church Affiliation: The Presbyterian Church (USA) Enrollment: 1,100 President: Dr. Tom Bogart Athletic Affiliation: USA South Athletic Conference NCAA Division III Athletics Director: Kandis Schram 865.981.8290 kandis.schram@maryvillecollege.edu Assistant Athletics Director for Communications: Eric S. Etchison 865.981.8283 eric.etchison@maryvillecollege.edu Head Football Coach: Mike Rader 865.981.8282 mike.rader@maryvillecollege.edu School Colors: Orange and Garnet

Tom Bogart President Maryville College

School Mascot: Scots Athletics Facilities: Lloyd L. Thornton Stadium Honaker Field (grass surface) Cooper Athletic Center Stadium Capacity: 4,500 Athletics Department Telephone: 865.981.8280 Athletics Website: mcscots.com

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i k e R a d e r e n t e r s his first season as head coach of the Maryville College football team with expectations of success and victory. As the school’s 28th head football coach in the program’s 118-year history, Rader comes to Maryville College with fiery enthusiasm to lead, guide, and direct the team.

Mike Rader

HEAD FOOTBALL COACH

The RADER FILE ETSU

Bachelor of Arts 2002

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Master of Arts 2004 Graduate Assistant

Troy

Graduate Assistant 2004

Huntingdon Assistant Coach 2004-2011

Originally from Johnson City, Tennessee, Rader obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree from East Tennessee State University in 2002. As a three year starter for the Buccaneer’s, Rader earned a football scholarship out of Science Hill High School following an All-State career as a quarterback and a receiver. After graduation, he went on to further his education at East Tennessee State University by obtaining his Master of Arts degree in sports management while serving as a graduate assistant for the Buccaneer’s football team. Later, he served under coach Larry Blakeney at Troy University in Troy, Alabama for a season. Upon the completion of his successful football career in high school and college, Rader began his professional career as a football coach at Huntingdon College. While at Huntington, Rader produced impressive results in building a NCAA Division III football program from the ground up. In his time there, the Huntingdon offense saw great improvement. With an average of 457 yards per game in 2011, Rader inspired and pushed the offense to dig deeper and achieve great results on the playing field. At Huntington, Rader helped create the football program from scratch. Chosen for his love for the game and tightly-knit camaraderie, Rader helped shape the Huntingdon offense to become the only offense in the nation to average over 300 yards of passing and 200 yards of rushing per game. In addition to his achievements as an offense coach, Rader helped recruit for the Hawk’s team as the recruiting coordinator for two seasons. In his time there, Rader and staff brought in more than 170 student-athletes to Huntington

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College to play football. His methods and strategies included prospective player on-campus visits, welldesigned extensive football program presentations, and local recruiting from the area surrounding Montgomery, Alabama. At Maryville College, Rader is expected to produce similar results. His first day on the job was the beginning of a new era for the Fighting Scots. From day one, Rader began to meet and get to know the players in order to bring them together during football season on the playing field. Rader is already establishing strong ties with the football players. During this football season, he is working with a welltrained dynamic staff to create a strong atmosphere for the team to bond and thrive on and off the field. As football season begins, Rader is preparing and focusing on bringing the team together to fight within the USA South Conference. While fostering a winning community, Rader is ready and willing to coach the Fighting Scots and lead them to victory. With talent and determination, the team is striving towards earning a conference ring. Although this is Rader’s first year at the helm of the Scots’ football team, he is excited to bring something new and exciting to the team. Rader not only is making an early impact on the team, but on the Maryville College community as well. Already, Rader has established and is excited about fostering a relationship with players and families in the surrounding Maryville area. One of his first community acts as head football coach was volunteering to help Family Promise of Blount County. Along with several of his participating football players, Rader and his team actively give back to the Maryville community through acts of volunteer work. On the home front, Rader and his wife, Lindsey, are proud to call Tennessee their home again. After serving in Alabama, Rader is finally back; close to his family and friends in Johnson City, Tennessee. They are both excited to fully immerse themselves in the Maryville College community and surrounding area. Written by Cayce Crisp


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Scott Brumett Defensive Coordinator

MC Head Coach Mike Rader has selected Scott Brumett to direct the Fighting Scots’ defensive effort in 2012. Brumett will serve as Maryville’s Defensive Coordinator following extensive experience at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and Brevard College. Brumett was a three-year starter for East Tennessee State University as the Buccaneer’s outside linebacker. He paced the squad in tackles in 2002 and was second on the team in total stops in 2003. As the ETSU program disbanded, Brumett took his talents to Chapel Hill, North Carolina and excelled as a senior tight end on the 2004 Tar Heel squad. He completed his Bachelor of Arts degree requirements from North Carolina in 2005. At the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 2007, Coach Brumett served as a defensive assistant coach while focusing on the development of the outside linebackers. He also assisted in the Moc’s punt return game where his returners were ranked second in the Southern Conference in punt return average and 15th nationally. From 2008-2011, Brumett led Brevard College’s defense as the Tornado’s defensive coordinator. He has developed 14 All-South Athletic Conference performers while his defense has ranked in the top three in total defense within the league in three of the past four seasons.

Shaun Hayes

Offensive Coordinator Quarterbacks Coach Recruiting Coordinator Coach Hayes will begin his eighth year with the Scots staff developing MC’s talented offense in 2012. He has developed seven All-USA South performers while directing three different positions during his tenure. During his first three years as a Scots assistant, Hayes served as the running backs coach helping to develop MC’s all-time leading rusher, Rommel Hightower. During the 2008 campaign, Shaun took over the secondary who hauled in twelve interceptions on the season. Three of his defensive backs, Bud Christy, Nick Jensen, and Dustin Locke each gained all-league recognition. In 2009 Coach Hayes developed MC’s air attack to average over 210 yards a game while in 2010 he led freshman Dustin Williams to earn All-USA South honors after throwing for over 1,600 yards and a dozen touchdowns and connecting on over 54% of his passes. In 2011 his signal caller, Melvin Burston, earned USA South Freshman of the Year honors following a standout campaign. Coach Hayes also serves as the program’s recruiting coordinator. Hayes is a 2007 graduate of Maryville College with a degree in Business and Organizational Management. This former Scot standout is originally from Rutledge, Tennessee and now resides in Maryville.

Philip Bailey

Offensive Line Coach Strength & Conditioning Coordinator Coach Philip Bailey will don the orange and garnet for the first time in 2012 as Coach Rader’s Offensive Line Coach. He will also serve the program as the Scots’ football strength and conditioning coordinator. Bailey graduated from Huntingdon College in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Coaching Education. He served as the Hawks’ team captain in 2008 and earned all-conference accolades that same season. While attending Georgia Southern University to attain his Masters in Sport Management, he served as a graduate assistant from 2009-2010. Coach Bailey gained valuable experience in managing day to day operations within a collegiate football program while organizing the development of both offensive and defensive lines. He has experience in coordinating all off-season workout programs and overseeing weight room facilities. As a defensive graduate assistant, the Eagles finished first in the Southern Conference in scoring defense, rushing defense, and red zone defense. He worked to develop All-Americans Brent Russell and Laron Scott while helping Georgia Southern finish with a No.5 National ranking in the 2010 Division I FCS final poll.

Teddy Gaines

Defensive Backs Coach Special Teams Coordinator Coach Teddy Gaines will join Coach Mike Rader’s staff in 2012 and serve as the Scots’ Defensive Backs Coach. He will also serve the program as MC’s special teams coordinator. Gaines was a standout studentathlete at the University of Tennessee and excelled in the Vols secondary. A member of the 1998 National Championship Tennessee squad, Teddy was drafted in the 7th round of the 2002 NFL draft. He enjoyed stints with San Francisco and Chicago in the NFL while also gaining experience with the Rhein Fire in Germany and Montreal Allouettes in Canada. He completed his Bachelor of Arts degree in history at Tennessee in 2004 and began a career in education. Following experiences in Knoxville, Cleveland and Kingsport as an educator and coach, Coach Gaines became a defensive assistant at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He was a strong side linebacker coach for the Mocs in 2008. From 2008-2011 he was the defensive back coach and special teams coordinator for Brevard College in North Carolina. His Tornado secondary hauled in 11 interceptions in 2011 pacing the South Atlantic Conference in total picks.

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Ian Harris

Defensive Line Coach Ian Harris joins the Fighting Scots football staff following a three-year stint in professional coaching. Harris was the assistant to the football recruiting coordinator as an undergraduate while attending Marshall University from 2003-2006. He expanded his experience as a sports talk radio host before attaining his degree in December of 2006. Upon graduation he entered the business field and directs his own business to date. In 2010 he was with the Oklahoma City Yard Dawgz in the Arena Football league as their pro player personnel director. He followed this experience as the special teams coach/player personnel director of the Green Bay Blizzard in the Indoor Football League. He comes to MC fresh from Columbus, Georgia where he was the assistant head coach/ special teams coach/player personnel director for the Columbus Lions of the Professional Indoor Football League. In his three seasons, he has helped 23 players earn contracts within the UFL, CFL, and NFL. He will direct the Scots’ defensive line in 2012.

Josh Cartagena

Volunteer Defensive Assistant Coach Cartagena enters his third season with the Fighting Scots as a volunteer assistant, coaching the defensive side of the ball. Josh is a class of 2009 graduate of Maryville College with a degree in Business and Organizational Management. He excelled for four seasons as a defensive tackle, lettering on three occasions. This native of Orlando, Florida brings a great deal of enthusiasm and experience to the Scots frontline of defense.

Josh Conner

Volunteer Assistant Running Backs/ Tight Ends Coach Conner is entering his second season coaching on the Scots sidelines. Conner, a 2008 Maryville College graduate with a degree in History, had a great deal of success in his time playing for the Fighting Scots. Josh was a three year starter on the offensive line for the Scots garnering 2007 2nd Team All USA South honors for his efforts. Josh was also named to the 2006-2007 USA South Academic All Conference Team. After graduation Coach Conner spent three seasons as an assistant coach at Sequoyah High School in Madisonville, Tennessee directing both the offensive and defensive fronts while also serving as a history teacher. Josh is a 2004 graduate of Loudon High School. In 2012 he will direct MC’s tight ends. Josh and his wife Diana, a 2011 MC Graduate, reside in Madisonville, TN.

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Doug Carter

Volunteer Kicking Coach Doug Carter enters his first year as an assistant on the Scots staff, assisting with the kickers and punters. He was a standout kicker for the Wolverines of Union Grove HS in McDonough, Ga, and brought his talents to MC in 2005. He was best known for his pin point placement and ability to pin opponents deep in their territory as he served as the Scots starting punter for two years, while also scoring five points on extra point attempts. His best game came in a win against Centre College in 2008, in which he punted seven times for a 41 yard average, depositing four punts inside the 20 yard line. His senior campaign was cut short six games due to a season ending leg injury. Carter graduated from MC in 2009 with a Business and Organizational Management degree. He has assisted in coaching several Alcoa little league baseball teams, given private kicking lessons, and assisted with several local high school and middle school teams over the past few years. He is very excited about the opportunity to be on the sidelines again helping his alma mater.

Dakota Fitzsimmons Volunteer Offensive Assistant

Dakota Fitzsimmons enters his second year with the Fighting Scots coaching staff in 2012. He recently coached at Greenback High School where he graduated. He was a standout football and baseball player for the Cherokees during his last pair of seasons in high school. As a freshman and sophomore he attended Maryville High School where he was a member of the 2006 and 2007 State Championship football teams. He is presently attending Pellissippi State Community College where he is seeking a degree in history. He is the son of Tim and Courtney Fitzsimmons. He will be working with the Scots as an offensive assistant during the fall of 2012.

Aaron Schaible Volunteer Coach

Aaron will assist Coach Mike Rader’s staff as a volunteer intern in 2012. He is a current student at Middle Tennessee State University with plans to graduate in December 2012. He will assist Coach Rader with the wide receivers and help Coach Hayes with MC's signal callers. He is learning the recruiting ropes from MC's recruiting coordinator Shaun Hayes while also helping Coach Gaines with equipment needs. He is a 2007 graduate of McGavock High School in Nashville, Tennessee.


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fter 119 years of Maryville College football and 27 coaches at the helm, 2012 begins the Mike Rader era as the 28th head coach of the Fighting Scots. Coming from rival Huntingdon College as their wide receivers coach, this offensive minded guru is planning on bringing an efficient, fast-paced offense to Maryville. Prior to his tenure at Huntingdon, Rader played his college football nearby at East Tennessee State University where he was a key part of their receiving core from 1999-2002. His experience as a player and as a successful coach/recruiter at Huntingdon made him the perfect fit to take over the Fighting Scots program.

running back that he is capable of being. As a freshman, Felder showed his potential by rushing for nearly 300 yards on the season. He followed that up with another impressive year in 2011 with another near 300 yard performance on the ground. With a new dedication to running the ball under Coach Rader, Felder should have plenty of opportunities to show what he can do in his junior season. “We’re going to hang our hat on three schemes: inside zone, outside zone and the power. [Based] off those, we will have variations of several different ways to run the option,” said Rader. With so many talented backs at the position, Rader knows that this will be a clear advantage if he uses each athlete correctly. “Our job as an offensive staff is to find out what they do well, and make sure that we have them in those situations,” said Rader. Along with Felder, the Scots’ backfield will consist of a speedy and agile guy in Costanzo, as well as Brooks, whose vision has been the key of his success over the past two seasons. Costanzo, who has battled injuries ever since his sophomore year, will now be a fifth year senior looking to follow up a successful 2011 season with one last go-at-it. Brooks, who led the team in touchdowns in just his freshman season, will enter his junior season with high expectations of continuing his success. Transfer EJ Hunt and sophomore Mario Perone will be two guys that will also be in the mix of the run game. Hunt, a transfer from North Greenville College in South Carolina showed off his speed and quickness during the offseason and will be expected to have an immediate impact for the Scots’ offense. Perone, who was sidelined all season in 2011 because of a knee injury, is now fully recovered and prepared to start playing at a high level. One thing is for sure, with the depth and variety that the Scots have at running back, the future looks bright for the rushing attack in 2012.

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The 2012 Fighting Scots will prove to be unlike any other team of its past. With significant improvements to the offense as well as the defense, the Fighting Scots are ready to take the USA South by storm. First year head Coach Mike Rader along with his new supporting cast plan on wasting no time getting Maryville their first USA South conference championship. Coming off yet another 4-6 season for the third straight year, Maryville is ready to embrace the necessary tasks to achieve success.

OFFENSE The Scots offensive attack for the 2012 season will be one that is very different from years past. As the head of the offense, Coach Rader plans to have an explosive, yet balanced offense that will be almost impossible to stop. “What I really want to establish is the ability to run the football. We will be a tempo offense,” says Rader. “We will have several different tempos to get in and out of. The idea behind that is to keep the defense on edge so they can’t really get a beat on what you’re trying to do.”

Coach Rader plans to have an explosive, yet balanced offense that will be almost impossible to stop.

The Scots rushing attack this season will consist of as much depth as any team in the conference. Maryville is returning senior running back Paul Costanzo, junior Chad Brooks, and the team’s leading rusher from 2011 as well as the offensive MVP, junior Travis Felder. Along with them, transfer EJ Hunt and sophomore Mario Perone will also look to assist in the run game. Felder, a hard-nose runner with surprising speed and receiving skills, will be the guy looking to lead the run game throughout the season. After having impressive freshman and sophomore seasons, he is now ready to breakout as the all conference

To compliment a relentless run game, the Scots will look to sophomore quarterback Eric Sisson to lead the aerial attack. After using his freshman year to adjust to speed of the game, Sisson has worked hard to put himself in a position to earn that starting role. Although young, he has shown the coaches that he is ready to be the leader of the Scots’ offense. “I think Sisson did a really good job in understanding the pass game concepts. By the end of the spring, he impressed me with his knowledge of what we were trying to do,” said Rader. “As the defense played M a r y v i l l e C o l l e g e F o o t b a l l | 2 0 12

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faster, he was able to play faster. As the defense was making the windows tighter, he was able to still make completions.” One aspect of Sisson’s game that has improved drastically has been his footwork. As a freshman, Sisson was always able to throw the ball down the field without a problem, but now that his footwork has enhanced to a higher level, he will be able to reach his full potential. Not only has Sisson been able to improve immensely on the field, but he has also been able to take over the leadership role that comes with being the quarterback. “What I’ve seen from Eric from a progression standpoint is his ability to lead other people. He has put in a lot of time and effort to enhance not only his skills of throwing the football, but to really get other people around him to get better,” said offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Shaun Hayes. Being the natural leader he is, in addition to his abilities on the field, Sisson looks to have a great 2012 season leading the Scots down the field.

With the absence of the Scots’ all time leading receiver Wesley Idlette due to graduation, Maryville is now looking forward to another upcoming star in Blake Williams. After an impression freshman season in 2010, Williams really stepped up his production this past season. Blake was able to tally nearly 300 yards receiving on 23 receptions and was able to show his versatility by being productive in the run game also. Coming into his junior season, Williams will be looked at by the coaches as the ‘go-to’ guy in the passing game. “His biggest strength is his ability to take what I teach him and pick up on it pretty quickly,” said coach Rader, who is also the wide receivers coach. He continued by stating “I think the first thing that comes to mind with what he improved most would be his ability to get in and out of breaks and understanding how to win at the top of the route.” Improving these aspects of his game is going to lead to a break out year for this lengthy wide out. At 6 ft. 1 inch with good speed and his ability to snag anything his way, Williams will be a deep threat on every play, as well as a possession 8

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receiver to make big catches in traffic. With that being said, Blake will have a great opportunity to be one of the best receivers in the conference. “I know Blake pretty well, and I know that he will want to be one of the top receivers in the USA South,” said Rader. Although Blake will be looked at as the leader of the pack, he won’t be able to do it alone. Williams will be accompanied by a host of talented receivers looking to make names for themselves. Senior returners include Zane Winders and Matt Likins. Both of these wide outs have seen significant playing time in their careers here at Maryville and will be looked at heavily to produce for the Scots’ offense this season. Winders is a versatile athlete with great hands who, because of his size, can be moved around to either tight end or receiver. Other than Williams, Kaleb Mitchell is the lone junior receiver returning for the Scots. Mitchell, who is making the transition from cornerback to receiver, is a quick and speedy athlete that can be used as an outside receiver or even as a slot. Sophomore returners consist of J.T. Ostrowski and Ed Johnson. Johnson, who opened the eyes of the coaches ever since he stepped on the gridiron here at Maryville, will be another guy expected to be one of the main contributors to the Scots’ receiving core. His speed and crisp route running will prove to be a great asset to the Scots’ aerial attack. “I think Ostrowski kinda caught my eye, with a guy I didn’t know a whole lot about,” said Rader. Ostrowski is a quick learner who will be ready to make an impact on the field in the 2012 season. With the leadership that the Scots have in their upperclassmen receivers, along with the talent and potential of the younger guys, the Scots’ passing game will be a sight to see in this upcoming season. In their newly acquired offense, the tight end position will be a key ingredient in the success of both the run, as well as the pass game. Sophomore Jared Miller and senior Tim Foster will be vital aspects at this position. Miller came in his freshman year and was able to produce immediately. He was able to record seven receptions for nearly 60 yards on the season. His big frame allows him to be a solid run blocker and his soft hands make him a mismatch for any defense. Miller can also be moved around from tight end to wide receiver in certain packages. Along with Miller, Tim Foster, a 6 ft. 6 inch former basketball player, played his first year of football last season. In only his first year, Foster was able to haul in three touchdown receptions. His height and glue-like hands make him a dangerous target in the red-zone. Because of his decent speed and route running skills, Foster is another guy that will be able to play the tight end position, as well as the wide receiver position. Coach Rader understands that having athletes such as Miller and Foster will be a great advantage to their offense. “What the game has become, is when you can take a big guy, like Jared who’s athletic, and you can turn him into a wide out, or you can have him attached to the line of scrimmage or put him at fullback. That really puts the defense in a bind,” said Rader.


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The new and improved offensive line of the Scots will be anchored by junior center Tyler Dailey. Arguably the best offensive tackle in the conference last season, Tyler will make the transition to center for the 2012 season. It didn’t take long for first year offensive line coach Philip Bailey to notice that he’s got a special player in Dailey. “He’s an aggressive guy that comes out of his hips well. He has good feet and understands a lot of things like angles, leverage and getting where you need to be.” Daily, who has been a starter ever since his freshman year, had a breakout season last year as a sophomore. More often than not, the Scots were running the ball behind Daily. His massive frame along with his immense strength and athletic ability makes him the definite front runner as the best center in the conference. Daily will be surrounded by plenty of experience on his left and right sides. Sophomores Rance Hightower and Dakota Jenkins are two more guys that started multiple games last season as freshmen and impressed Coach Bailey. “They are very athletic and the sky is the limit for those guys as far as potential.” Dalton Stephens is another sophomore that was able to receive a fair amount of playing time as a freshman. Seniors Dustin Dudley, Devin Brunsvold and John Worley will also play key roles in the success of the Scots’ offense. The experience of the offensive line is something that the Scots aren’t used to from years previous. The entire success of the offense will lie on the shoulders of the offensive line. Without a doubt, Daily and the rest of this group will be up for the challenge.

As far as the defensive line, the Scots are extremely young. After the loss of several vital defensive lineman due to graduation, younger guys are going to have to step up in 2012, one of those guys being a transfer, Zach Capehart. As one of the strongest kids on the team, Capehart will be expected to be the impact player for the Scots defensive line. For a guy that has only been here for one offseason, it didn’t take long for his talents to be noticed. “He’s got tremendous size and great feet. He’s also got some of the best hands when it comes to getting off blockers. I expect him to be a tremendous help this year as far as leading the defensive line,” said Brummett. Alongside Capehart, sophomore Tyler Todd will all be looked heavily to play at a high level for the Scots’ defense. After hard work in the weight room and a great offense for this group, all of these athletes will be ready when their numbers are called.

On the defensive side, the Scots will be aggressive with their play makers up front and let their speed and experience in the backfield take care of the rest.

DEFENSE The defensive side of the ball also has its share of play makers for the Scots. Along with them, the Scots also have a new defensive coordinator in charge. Scott Brummett, first year defensive coordinator from Brevard College will be the guy making the calls for the defense in 2012. Brummett will be bringing a 3-4 defense to Maryville, a change from last year’s 4-3 scheme. Although in just his first year at Maryville, Brummett has high hopes for the Scots defense in the 2012 season. “Obviously I think we should be the number one defense in the conference. I think we should be number one in sacks, pass break-ups and interceptions with the experience we have in the back end,” said Brummett. With the numerous impact players that the Scots have, his goals are certainly attainable.

Leading into the linebackers, the new 3-4 scheme will be of tremendous help to guys like Jamie Owen and Dylan Wolfenbarger, both returning starters from last season. Jamie, a ferocious hitter with great speed off the edge was switched from defensive end to linebacker for the 2012 season. After a great sophomore season in 2010 that consisted of 60 total tackles, 12 of which were for a loss and also 6 sacks. He followed that up with another great performance in 2011 with 68 tackles and 4.5 sacks, a performance that landed him First Team All USA South honors. Wolfenbarger, the team’s leading tackler from last season, is another guy that will look to repeat his impressive season from 2011. Dylan finished with 82 total tackles and a pair of sacks in 2011. Both Jamie and Dylan have impressed first year defensive coordinator Scott Brummett. When talking about these two linebackers, Brummett said “Jamie’s got great pass rush ability and great hands. He’s also very versatile. He’s able to drop and come off the edge. As far as Wolf, he’s one of the smartest players on the defense as far as picking up schemes. He’s got great quickness and can range really well in his drops.” With these two guys coming back for the Scots, the defense will certainly be a stingy one. Along with them, the linebacker core is filled with experience and depth. Other linebackers that will be big impact players for the defense will be seniors Zach Duncan and Andrew Jenkins. Duncan and Jenkins have both been reliable players for the Scots in years past. M a r y v i l l e C o l l e g e F o o t b a l l | 2 0 12

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Behind the linebackers will be a well prepared and experienced defensive backfield. Returning three starters, the Scots’ secondary will be as relentless as they come. Leading the group will be All-USA South performers Kane Crowell at safety and Jake Berwind at cornerback. “I expect those two young men to be our leaders of not just the secondary and not just of the defensive unit, but these are two guys the whole entire team can look on. They are definitely guys that we expect to make a lot of plays for us in the backend and two guys that I depend on,” said first year defensive back coach, Teddy Gaines. Crowell, who has been an impact in the secondary since his freshman year, had a breakout season in 2011 and was able to rack up 75 total tackles, four pass breakups and one interception. Crowell prides himself on being one of the strongest kids on the team and continued to work hard in the offseason to have another impressive season in 2012. His strength and speed allows him to make big plays all over the field. Berwind also had a dominating junior season by leading the conference with four interceptions and six pass breakups. Quickness and natural instinct has been the key ingredients to Berwind’s success. His success allows him to play with confidence on the field and put himself in good positions to make big plays. Probably the most vital aspect of these two guys’ game is their experience. “I think the main strength of these guys is that they have been in the fire before. They definitely have a significant amount of playing experience. You can’t under appreciate playing experience,” said Coach Gaines. Another returning starter that will be a major help in the secondary will be sophomore Kendyhl Rodgers. Rodgers was named USA South Athletic Rookie of the Week for three consecutive weeks in just his freshman season. Rodgers was able to tally 26 total tackles and an interception in 2011. His speed is his biggest asset and will prove to be a key aspect in the success of the Scots’ secondary. Other main ingredients of the Scots’ defense will be sophomore Zach Brown and senior Cody Martin. These two safeties will be competing for a starting position at the free safety spot and are both extremely reliable choices. Other notable defensive backs that will be looking to produce on the field will be sophomores Evan Rogers, Bryson Welch, Abe Kiernan and senior safety Tony Gill. With the amount of experience that this group possesses, the secondary should be the main strength of the Scots’ defense.

SPECIAL TEAMS As far as the special teams units are concerned, the Scots will be prepared as usual. Sophomore Chasen Williams will handle the punting duties while a battle for kicking duties will be fought by Dylan Miller, Jonathan Sykes, and Whitley Perry.

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Consistency will be the determining factor to who will get game day action. In addition, heading the special teams unit will be Coach Gaines, a guy who understands the importance of special teams. “As a kick game as a whole, we just want to make sure we emphasize to our guys how important the kick game is. It can definitely make or break us,” said Gaines. “We need the right guys with the right attitude,” he continued. As far as the punt and punt return game is concerned, Gaines understands that this aspect of the game is just as crucial as the rest. “Our main thing is to execute and be sound in the punt as well as the punt return game. Hopefully we can make some big plays to win football games, and avoid mistakes that will lose us the game.” Gaines and the rest of the Scots understand that field position is one of the most important parts of the game, and they plan on dominating that aspect each and every game. With the amount of big time players returning on both sides of the ball for the Scots in addition to the new coaching staff, excitements as well as expectations are at an all-time high for the Fighting Scots. The Scots finally have all the tools necessary to take home their first conference championship. Not only are players and coaches excited about the 2012 season, but the fans and the community are also looking forward to see what all the hype has been about. One thing is for sure, the Scots of 2012 will not disappoint. After working harder than ever throughout the offseason, the Scots have come together with one goal in mind: a conference championship. Offensively, the Scots will introduce a new offense that will prove to be as dynamic and efficient as any offense in the conference. On the defensive side, the Scots will be aggressive with their play makers up front and let their speed and experience in the backfield take care of the rest. Coach Rader and the rest of his staff will have their players fully prepared to take the USA South by storm in the 2012 season. Written by Jacob Berwind


2012 Ma r y vil l e Sc ots SENIORS

Jacob Berwind CB

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Englewood, FL

Jake comes into his senior season looking to repeat his All-USA South performance in the Scots’ secondary. After having a strong off-season, Jake is fully prepared to take on the top receivers in the conference. In the 2010 season Jake contributed mainly on special teams for the Scots including a vital fumble recovery on a kick-off to help seal a victory against Ferrum College the last game of the season. Jake recorded 12 tackles and two pass breakups as a sophomore. As a junior in 2011, Berwind led the conference with four interceptions. He earned USA South Honorable Mention honors for his breakout season. His six pass breakups were second on the squad while he tallied 34 total tackles including 23 solo stops. Jake is majoring in writing communications and is the son of Linda and Jim Berwind.

Kane Crowell S

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Lemon Bay H.S.

Hohenwald, TN

Lewis County H.S.

Kane enters his senior season prepared to finish off his dominate career in the Scots’ secondary. This hard-hitting safety has worked hard off the field in the weight room to become one of the strongest players and worked hard on the field to make his presence felt. Kane began getting significant playing time in his sophomore season where he recorded 20 tackles and also tied a single game record for passes broken up with five against Averett University. As the full time starter in 2011, Crowell proved to be worthy of the starting spot by earning USA South Honorable Mention honors for his 75 total tackles, four pass breakups and an interception returned 39 yards against Ferrum College. Kane is majoring in physical therapy and is the son of Crystal and Ken Crowell.

Jamie Owen LB

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Sarasota, FL

Venice H.S.

Jamie enters his final season ready to finish off his impressive career with yet another dominating season. In the 2010 season Jamie busted onto the scene with 60 tackles, 12 for loss, as well as six sacks. As a junior, Jamie racked up 68 total tackles including eight for a loss and led the team with 4.5 sacks, an effort that landed him First Team All-USA South honors. This season Jamie will be making the switch to linebacker where he expects to continue his dominance. His overwhelming strength along with his speed off the edge will continue to cause problems for offenses around the conference. Jamie is majoring in business and is the son of Beth and Rick Owen.

Cody Martin S

Paducah, KY

Lone Oak H.S.

After playing a significant role on special teams for his first two seasons as a Scot, Cody was able to show off what he had as a safety last season. He was able to record 12 total tackles and come up with a crucial pass breakup in the late stages of a close game against NC Wesleyan. Cody had a great off-season and has improved every aspect of his game. His hard work in the weight room has made him one of the strongest kids on the team. Cody is majoring in outdoor recreation with a minor in business and is the son of Tony Martin.

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Zane Winders WR

Maryville, TN

Maryville H.S.

Zane comes into his senior season expected to be one of the leading receivers for the Scots. He is one of the best blockers and has some of the best hands on the Scots’ offense. After a solid sophomore season, Zane was able to follow it up his junior season as a great role player making catches when they counted the most. His hard work and endless effort was evident when he recovered a fumble and scored a touchdown after it had been intercepted in the fourth quarter of a close game against Methodist University, a play that earned National Play of the Week honors. Zane is an economics major and is the son of Joey and Debby Winders.

Paul Costanzo RB

Venice, FL

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Venice H.S.

After fighting multiple injuries his first three seasons, Paul was finally able to show people what he could do with the ball in his hands in the 2011 season. He finished off the season with a pair of touchdowns and showed his versatility out of the backfield with eight receptions. After a great off-season, Paul enters the 2012 season as a redshirt senior and will be looked at heavily not only on the field in the run game, but also off the field as a leader. Paul is a business major and the son of Paul and Patty Costanzo.

25 Austin Armstrong LB

Stockbridge, GA

Stockbridge H.S.

Austin reenters the Scots’ squad as a senior ready to make an immediate impact. Austin will be a part of a solid linebacker core with plenty of depth. He will be expected to be a key player on the Scots’ defense and has all the tools to fight for a starting role. Austin’s dedication in the weight room has been the cause of the strength and speed that he will use to have success for the Scots. Austin is majoring in business.

27 Tony Gill DB

Rutledge TN

Grainger County H.S.

After making the switch from wide receiver to kicker for his junior season, Tony will now finish his tenure as a Scot by taking his talents to the defensive side of the ball. As a solid addition to the Scots’ safety core, Tony will be expected to fight hard for a starting spot. After a good offseason, he has shown that he is ready to do so. Not only will he be ready to play a role on the defensive side of the ball, he will also be looked at to provide on special teams. Tony is a physical education with teacher licensure major and is the son of Frank and Terri Gill.

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2012 Ma r y vil l e Sc ots SENIORS

Andrew Jenkins LB

Soddy Daisy, TN

Soddy Daisy H.S.

Andrew comes into his senior season ready to be a key part of the Scots’ defense. As a sophomore, Andrew was able to tally 10 total tackles as well as a key fumble recovery. After being sidelined his junior season due to injury, Andrew has worked extremely hard to get back in uniform. A solid off-season has fully prepared Andrew to get back on the field and be a main aspect of the Scots’ linebacker core. Andrew is majoring in business and is the son of Karen and Jeff Jenkins.

40 Tim Foster WR

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Suwanee, TN

After making the transition from basketball to football, Tim was able to use his size and vertical ability to his advantage. In his first year on the squad, Tim was able to score three touchdowns on the season, proving to be a lethal red zone target. Making the move from tight end to wide receiver, Tim will be able to show off his hands even more in the 2012 season. His hard work in the weight room and on the field has him fully prepared to dominate his senior season. Tim is majoring in writing communications and is the son of Tim and Carmen Foster.

Jordan Keller HB

48

Newport, TN

Cocke County H.S.

Jordan has been a key part of the Scots’ offense the past two seasons. This hard-hitting fullback has proven worthy of his starting role and looks to dominate in his final season as a Fighting Scot. Jordan’s hard work in the weight room and the offseason has been the key aspect of his success. He has been one of the strongest players on the team since his freshman year. Jordan will be expected to continue his strong play in his senior season and has proven to be ready for the challenge. Jordan is a history with teacher licensure major and is the son of Mike and Yvonne Cameron.

Zach Duncan LB

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Peachtree Ridge H.S.

Sarasota, FL

Sarasota H.S.

After a solid junior season, Zach has prepared himself in the offseason to have a breakout year for the Scots in 2012. In his junior season, Zach finished with 15 total tackles and a pair of sacks. He was also a key factor on multiple special teams. Over the course of last season, Zach matured tremendously as a player and is ready to take over a starting role for the Scots’ linebacker core. His size and speed along with his experience will be vital aspects in his success during his last season as a Scot. Zach is majoring in business and is the son of James Duncan.

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Chad Johnson LB

Stockbridge, GA

Stockbridge, H.S.

Chad enters his senior season making the transition from defensive tackle to linebacker. He was able to get significant playing time during the 2011 season and finished the year with five tackles including a key stop for a loss. This year Chad enters a linebacker core that will be highly competitive for starting roles. His hard work in the off-season and in the weight room has provided him will all the necessary tools to compete at a high level. Chad is majoring in business.

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OL Sewanee, TN Franklin County H.S. Dustin began his college career at Tusculum College and transferred to Maryville after his freshman season. Dustin came in as a tight end and played in six games his first season as a Scot. Last season Dustin showed his versatility by switching to offensive tackle where he quickly became a starter. He had a great season for the Scots last season and followed it up with a solid offseason. Dustin is fully prepared to take on the best defensive tackles in the conference. Dustin is a physical education major and is the son of Dusty and Nora Dudley.

55 John Worley OL

Cumberland County, VA

Fuqua H.S.

After coming in as a defensive lineman, John made the transition to the offensive line during the 2011 season. He proved to be a reliable aspect on the Scots’ offensive line and will look to do the same in the 2012 season. John’s hard work and dedication in the weight room will play a major role in his success on the field. He had a great offseason and will be expected to fight hard for a starting spot. John is an economics major and is the son of Rob and Tina French.

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Devin Brunsvold OL

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Murfreesboro, TN

Devin enters his senior season expected to fight for a starting role on MC’s offensive line. Devin, a former tight end, had a productive sophomore season in 2010 in which he caught a touchdown reception against Averett to help lead the Scots to victory. After missing his junior season due to injury, Devin hit the ground running and had a great offseason that has gotten him back into the flow of things. His hard work in the weight room has provided him with the necessary strength needed for blocking any chalenger.Devin is a physical education major and is the son of Tom and Dana Brunsvold.

Matt Likins WR

80

Middle Tennessee Christian H.S.

Sarasota, FL

Sarasota H.S.

Matt comes into his senior season fully prepared to make the most of it. This tall wide out brings a deep threat to the table while also proving that he can make key catches in traffic. Matt specializes in the red zone where he has made a living off jump balls in the end zone. After working hard in the offseason, Matt is fully prepared to be a key player in the receiving core in the 2012 season. Matt is an engineering major and is the son of Daniel Likins.

Jonathan Sykes PK

Nassau, Bahamas

St. Andrews H.S.

Jonathan joined the football squad after a standout career for four seasons on the Scots’ soccer team. He is a physical education major at Maryville and will attain his teacher licensure this year. He is the son of Edward and Susan Sykes.

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u s a s o u t h ath l e tic c onfe re nc e

One of the oldest Divison III conferences in the nation, the USA South was born as the Dixie Intercollegiate Athletic Conference in 1963 when six institutions with similar philosophies of academics and athletics joined as founding members. Those colleges were: Charlotte College (now UNC-Charlotte), College of Charleston (S.C.), Methodist College, North Carolina Wesleyan College, St. Andrews Presbyterian College, and Lynchburg College. The basis for the new athletic conference was that participation would be strictly amateur, and thus no athletically awarded financial aid or athletic scholarships would be awarded. That philosophy still exists today. In February 2003, it was announced that the Dixie Intercollegiate Athletic Conference would change its name to the USA South Athletic Conference. The name change was made official on July 1, 2003 and the first USA South Athletic Conference Championships were awarded in the fall of 2003. The Conference was originally affiliated with the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) and remained with that affiliation until 1973. At that time the NCAA divided into three legislative and competitive divisions, with Division III allowing membership for nonathletic scholarship institutions only. The Dixie joined the NCAA, and in so doing, became one of the first conferences accepted into Division III. Since the inception of Division III, the USA South has been a leader in many areas, and has gained an outstanding regional and national reputation in a number of sports.

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The conference sponsored athletics programs for men only until 1981. In that year, the NCAA expanded its sponsorship to include women’s sports, and the Dixie followed that lead by including women’s sports. The conference now sponsors championships in men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s soccer, women’s softball, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s golf and women’s lacrosse for total of 14 sports. Each year the conference not only recognizes the participants for outstanding athletic achievements, but academic excellence as well. Student athletes who maintain academic averages of 3.0 or better on a 4.0 scale in both academic semesters are named to the Academic All-Conference Team. This group annually averages well over 550 students. Each year, the President’s Cup is awarded to the school that accumulates the most points through the academic year in sports that are sponsored by the USA South. In 2004-05, the President’s Cup was changed to have one winner for men’s sports and one winner for women’s. In 2005-06, the Conference began awarding a men’s, a women’s and an overall President’s Cup. Presently, the Conference features 12 full-members and one affiliate member (Agnes Scott, women’s lacrosse). League membership will increase by two beginning with the 2013-14 season as Covenant and Huntingdon will become league full-members. Complete league information can be found at www.usasouth.net.


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MARYVILLE COLLE G E ALL -USA SOUTH P ERFOR MERS SINCE 2005 2005

2006

2007

DL-Colby Townsend LB-Chris Howerton RB-Rommel Hightower (1st Team Defense) (1st Team Defense) (1st Team Offense) WR-Justin Jackson QB-Justin Price OL-Andrew Crawford (2nd Team Offense) (2nd Team Offense) (1st Team Offense) RB-Hubert Payne OL-Andrew Crawford LB-Kyle Chewning (Honorable Mention) (2nd Team Offense) (1st Team Defense) DL-Colby Townsend OL-Josh Conner QB-Justin Price (2nd Team Offense) (Honorable Mention) (2nd Team Defense) DL-Calvin Rutgerson OL-Andrew Crawford LB-Scott Stevens (2nd Team Defense) (Honorable Mention) (2nd Team Defense) PK-Brad Daniell DL-Spencer Clancy LB-Derek Rang (2nd Team Defense) (Honorable Mention) (2nd Team Special Teams) DB-Cory Boatman LB-Scott Stevens RB-Rommel Hightower (2nd Team Defense) (Honorable Mention) (Honorable Mention) TE-Randy Swafford OL-Gary Murray DB-J.R. Geld (Honorable Mention) (Honorable Mention) (Honorable Mention) DL-Dusty Cole DL-Calvin Rutgerson (Honorable Mention) (Honorable Mention) DB-Dustin Locke DB-J.R. Geld (Honorable Mention) (Honorable Mention) PK-Brad Daniell RS-Dustin Locke (Honorable Mention) (Honorable Mention) LB-Scott Stevens P-Andy Ottolini (All-Sportsmanship) (Honorable Mention)

2008 RB-Rommel Hightower (1st Team Offense) LB-Kyle Chewning (1st Team Defense) WR-Wesley Idlette (2nd Team Offense) OL-Chase Roper (2nd Team Offense) DL-Spencer Clancy (2nd Team Defense) DL-Russ Harris (2nd Team Defense) DB-Bud Christy (2nd Team Defense) PK-Brad Daniell (2nd Team Special Teams) QB-Derek Hunt (Honorable Mention) OL-Dustin Lyles (Honorable Mention) DL-Calvin Rutgerson (Honorable Mention) DB-Nick Jensen (Honorable Mention) DB-Dustin Locke (Honorable Mention) OL-Matt Bowman (All-Sportsmanship)

2009

2010

2011

WR-Wesley Idlette PK-Andrew Noboa DL-Jamie Owen (1st Team Offense) (1st Team Specialists) (1st Team Defense) LB-Kyle Chewning OL- Brad Eich OL- Brad Eich (1st Team Defense) (2nd Team Offense) (2nd Team Offense) OL-Brian Wendel DL- Blake Barnes DL- Blake Barnes (2nd Team Offense) (2nd Team Defense) (2nd Team Defense) DL-Blake Barnes DL- Yohance Butler WR- Wesley Idlette (2nd Team Defense) (2nd Team Defense) (2nd Team Defense) DL-Yohance Butler DB- Caleb Clement QB- Melvin Burston (2nd Team Defense) (2nd Team Defense) (Honorable Mention) DB-Bud Christy DB- Phil Garrett CB-Jacob Berwind (2nd Team Defense) (2nd Team Defense) (Honorable Mention) RB-Rommel Hightower RB- Darrell Tate S- Kane Crowell (Honorable Mention) (Honorable Mention) (Honorable Mention) DB-Caleb Clement QB- Dustin Williams P- R.J. Sandmeyer (Honorable Mention) (Honorable Mention) (Honorable Mention) DB-Phil Garrett WR- Wesley Idlette NG-Kyle Kriz (Honorable Mention) (Honorable Mention) (All-Sportsmanship) K-Andrew Noboa OL- Corey Brewer (Honorable Mention) (Honorable Mention) DL-J.T. McCarty DB- Demetrius Christian (All-Sportsmanship) (Honorable Mention) OL- Chase Worley (All-Sportsmanship)

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2012 M a r y vil l e Sc ots juniors

Kaleb Mitchell WR

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Norcross, GA

Kaleb comes into his junior season making the transition from cornerback to wide receiver. As a strong contributor on special teams last season, he is ready to start making plays for the Scots’ offense. Kaleb is coming off a strong offseason on and off the field. His dedication to the weight room has made him one of the strongest receivers on the team. Along with his strength, Kaleb’s quickness will also be vital for ability to separate from defenders. Kaleb is majoring in physical education and is the son of Herman and Beverly Mitchell.

Nick Scott WR

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Marietta, GA

WR

Clinton, TN

RB

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Clinton H.S.

Blake enters his junior season with high expectations. Blake has been a solid performer for the Scots’ receiver core and comes off a stellar 2011 season. In just his sophomore season, he was able to tally 294 yards on 23 receptions and one touchdown for 40 yards against NC Wesleyan. For the 2012 season, Blake is expected to be the number one target for the offense and is fully prepared to take on that role. His dedication to his route running as well as his reliable hands has put him in position to be one of the best receivers in the conference. Blake is majoring in business and is the son of Joe and Darla Williams.

Chad Brooks

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Wheeler H.S.

After starting his collegiate career as a wide receiver, Nick made the transition over to corner back for his sophomore season. While there, he managed to start six of ten games and tally 26 tackles, four pass breakups and one interception against Greensboro College. For the 2012 season, Nick will be taking his speed back to the offensive side of the ball where it all started. After a strong offseason, Nick is fully prepared to be a key factor in the Scots’ receiving core. Nick’s break-away speed and crisp routes will prove to be a problem for opposing defenses. Nick is majoring in physical education and is the son of Cassandra Scott and John Thompson.

Blake Williams

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Meadowcreek H.S.

Morristown, TN

Morristown-West H.S.

Chad enters his junior season with high hopes of continuing his impressive career. In just his freshman season, Chad led the Scots’ offense with three rushing touchdowns and over 61 yards per contest. In the 2011 season, Chad added to his total with two more rushing touchdowns. Chad’s precise vision and quick feet have been the forte of his game over the past two season and they should be the cause of a breakout season for this reliable running back. Chad is majoring in political science and is the son of Yolanda Brooks.

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2012 M a r y vil l e Sc ots juniorS

Ruben Rodgers S

Dundee, FL

Haines City H.S.

Ruben transferred to Maryville and had a stong spring of training. A former kick returner and defensive standout for Haines City High School, Ruben looks to join his brother Kendyhl in securing one of the top secondaries in the USA South. Ruben is an engineering major and is the son of Kesha Rodgers of Dundee, Florida.

24 Travis Felder RB

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Orange Park, FL

Orange Park H.S.

Travis comes into the 2012 season ready to continue his dominance in the backfield. This powerful back has made a living the past two season punishing anyone who tries to tackle him. In just his freshman season, Travis was able to rack up nearly 300 yards on the ground. He followed up in 2011 with another impressive year, tallying 270 more yards and two touchdowns. Travis has been known as one of the hardest workers on the team and takes pride in being one of the strongest kids on the team. Travis’ hard work in the weight room has made him one of the scariest running backs to tackle in the conference. He looks to have a breakout year in 2012 and is fully prepared to do so. Travis is majoring in physical education with teacher licensure and is the son of Albrey Felder Sr. and Audrey Felder.

Jordan Harris WR

Flintstone, GA

Chattanooga Christian H.S.

Jordan was a standout defender and an all-conference performer before arriving at MC. He will use his athleticsm as a Fighting Scot wide receiver in 2012. He has excellent hands and can make things happen after the catch. Jordan is a physical education major and is the son of David and Carla Harris of Flintstone, Georgia.

81 Zane Quessenberry S

Dublin, VA

Pulaski County H.S.

Zane will bring his 13 career interceptions to the Scots secondary after transferring from Emory & Henry College. He will contribute early to Maryville special teams’ success. He is a physical education and health major and is the son of Mark and Monica Mines of Dublin, Virginia.

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2012 M a r y vil l e Sc ots juniorS

Daniel Robinson CB

Alcoa, TN

Alcoa H.S.

Daniel helped Alcoa High School win four consecutive state footbal titles and will bring his skills to Honaker Field. His athleticism will allow him to contribute immediately on special teams and in the MC secondary. He is a business management major and is the son of Roger and Traci Robinson of Alcoa.

37 Nick Perone FB

Cape Coral, FL

Mariner H.S.

Nick is a strong fullback that has battled through numerous injuries. He has the speed, size, and skills to make the block needed and the hands to haul in anything tossed by the quarterbacks. He is a hard worker that will also help on MC’s special teams. He is a math with teacher licensure major and is the son of Mario and Kelly Perone of Cape Coral, Florida.

38 Mario Perone RB

Cape Coral, FL

Mariner H.S.

Mario enters his junior season after being sidelined with a knee injury for the entire 2011 season. After spending much time rehabbing, Mario was able to have a strong offseason and get himself ready for the 2012 season. His lightning quick cuts and jukes have been something that he has been known for since the day he stepped on the gridiron for the Scots. This season, Mario plans to utilize that quickness and be a key part of the Scots’ running attack and return game. Mario is majoring in psychology and is the son of Kelly and Mario Perone.

Dylan Wolfenbarger LB

Knoxville, TN

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Knox Central H.S.

Dylan enters his junior season looking to dominate just as he did in his junior season. His breakout season consisted of a team high 82 total tackles as well as a pair of sacks. His four pass breakups showed his ability to have an effect in the pass game also. Dylan will be looked at as the leader of the Scots’ linebacker core and is fully prepared to take on that role. His hard work off the field has made him one of the strongest and fastest players on the team. Dylan is majoring in history and is the son of Andrea and John Wolfenbarger.

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2012 M a r y vil l e Sc ots juniorS

Joseph Brooks OL

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Kingston, GA

Joe enters his junior season as one of the leaders on the offensive line. After a productive freshman season, Joe was able to quickly earn a starting role heading into the 2011 season. This versatile athlete has the ability to play and excel at all positions on the offensive line. As one of the strongest guys on the line, Joe will be a key factor in the run game as well a solid pass blocker. Coming off a strong off season, Joe has high hopes of dominating his junior season. Joe is majoring in mathematics and is the son of Tony and Katrina Brooks.

Zach Broadwater OL

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Smyrna, TN

OL

Harrogate, TN

Cumberland Gap H.S.

David enters his junior season with all the tools to have an impact for the Scots’ offensive line. This massive athlete will be able to use his size and strength in order to protect the quarterback and open up holes for the running backs. After a strong offseason, David has fully prepared himself to be a reliable factor for the Scots’ offensive line. David is majoring in religion with a sociology minor and is the son of Stan and Kathy Cornelius.

Tyler Dailey OL

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Smyrna H.S.

Zach comes into his junior season looking to be one of the main factors on the offensive line. After getting significant playing time for the Scots in his sophomore season, Zach has all the tools and experience to be an effective factor on the offensive line. After a strong offseason on the field and in the weight room, Zach is fully prepared to clinch a starting role. Zach is majoring in environmental studies with a political science minor and is the son of Melvin Broadwater, Rhonda Jones, and Mason Jones.

David Cornelius

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Model H.S.

Maryville, TN

Greenback H.S.

Tyler comes into his junior season as the leader on the offensive line. As a full time starter since his freshman year, Tyler has all the tools to take on all the best defensive tackles in the conference. After a solid sophomore season, he looks to continue his dominating career during the 2012 season. Hard work in the weight room has prepared this strong offensive tackle to have a breakout season for the Scots. Tyler is majoring in business and is the son of Dickie and Vickie Dailey.

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At h l etic s Departm ent Athletic Director Kandis Schram......... 865-981-8290 kandis.schram@maryvillecollege.edu

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Jon Baker................ 865-981-8294 jon.baker@maryvillecollege.edu

Faculty Athletics Representative Scott Steele............. 865-981-8077 scott.steele@maryvillecollege.edu Assistant Athletic Director for Communications Eric Etchison . ......... 865-981-8283 ................................ 865-850-8103 eric.etchison@maryvillecollege.edu Athletics Office Manager Lori Christopher...... 865-981-8280 lori.christopher@maryvillecollege.edu Athletic Training Staff Sharon Wood........... 865-981-8389 sharon.wood@maryvillecollege.edu Jennie Hess............. 865-981-8289 jennie.hess@maryvillecollege.edu Grant Davis.............. 865-981-8289 grant.davis@maryvillecollege.edu

Softball Kim Woodard.......... 865-981-8228 kim.woodard@maryvillecollege.edu Tennis Deidra Dunn............ 865-981-8229 deidra.dunn@maryvillecollege.edu

KAndis Schram

Millicent Dunn......... 865-981-8229 millicent.dunn@maryvillecollege.edu

SHARON WOOD

Volleyball Kandis Schram . ...... 865-981-8290 kandis.schram@maryvillecollege.edu Jesse Zabal.............. 865-981-8390 jesse.zabal@maryvillecollege.edu Women’s Basketball Darrin Travillian........ 865-981-8291 darrin.travillian@maryvillecollege.edu Amber Lee............... 865-981-8288 amber.lee@maryvillecollege.edu

Lori Christopher

ERIC ETCHISON

Baseball Paul Henry............... 865-981-8296 paul.henry@maryvillecollege.edu Joey McCown.......... 865-981-8296 joey.mccown@maryvillecollege.edu Cross Country Tyson Murphy.......... 865-981-8208 tyson.murphy@maryvillecollege.edu Football Mike Rader.............. 865-981-8282 mike.rader@maryvillecollege.edu

Mike Rader

pepe fernandez

randy lambert

darrin travillian

Scott Brumett.......... 865-981-8281 scott.brumett@maryvillecollege.edu Shaun Hayes............ 865-981-8293 shaun.hayes@maryvillecollege.edu Teddy Gaines........... 865-981-8292 teddy.gaines@maryvillecollege.edu Philip Bailey............. 865-981-8293 philip.bailey@maryvillecollege.edu Golf Ron Waters.............. 865-254-9083 ron.waters@maryvillecollege.edu Men’s Basketball Randy Lambert........ 865-981-8287 randy.lambert@maryvillecollege.edu

kim woodard

ron waters

Paul henry

Alex Bowers............ 965-981-8288 alex.bowers@maryvillecollege.edu Raul Placeres........... 965-981-8288 raul.placeres@maryvillecollege.edu

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M a r y v i l l e C ol l ege Sport Fac il itie s Stadium

Training Room

At the foot of the Smoky Mountains sits the beautiful Lloyd L. Thornton Stadium, home of the Scots of Maryville College. With the generous contributions from alumnus Don Story in 2001, the stadium was completely revamped with a new surface of Bermuda turf. With the stadium holding nearly 3,000 seats, opposing staffs and coaches are comfortably accommodated in the press box which can hold over 20 media representatives from the local area. The stadium has proven to be fan-friendly as well with the stadium seats only feet away from the field. Several new additions have become part of Thornton Stadium including a thorough sprinkler system, new parking lots, goalposts, and scoreboard. In 2002 the stadium was also remodeled to where concession stands, bathrooms and other necessities for fans were more accessible.

The training room holds top of the line equipment to reach the needs and wants of players throughout the season. The players are supervised by a team of 3 full-time NATA certified and Tennessee State licensed athletic trainers. The room consists of six taping tables and four therapy tables. A large group of student athletic trainers assist the training team to where they can help every student-athlete on campus, which is up to 350 students.

Practice Field The main practice field is conveniently placed right behind the Cooper athletic center which gives players easy access to water, trainers, etc during practice. Also made from Bermuda turf, the field is joined adjacently by two other practice areas for the use of the team.

Locker Room Each player on the team is granted their own large oak locker for their use throughout the season. Conveniently placed in the Cooper Athletic center, players have access to trainers, coaching staff, and any other staff in which they may need to contact.

Weight Room With over 6,000 pounds available to any student on campus the weight room facility is 3,000 square foot of nearly any workout that would be needed for the typical athlete, with Olympic bars at every station. The facility runs the same operation hours as the Cooper Athletic Center (8am-10pm Monday-Thursday, shorter hours on Friday-Sunday.) The room is completely covered with rubber floors and surrounded by mirrored walls.

Meeting Rooms Created in 2008 the orange and garnet meeting rooms consist of state of the art media technology where the team can hold meetings, film sessions, etc. It is suited to fit any size group rather it’s a squad of 20 or a team of 100.

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2012 M a r y v i l l e Col l e ge Footbal l Roster No. Name

Pos Ht Wt YR

Hometown/High School

24 Ruben Rodgers

S

5’11” 180 jr Dundee, FL (Haines City)

1 Jacob Berwind

CB

5’11” 160

SR Englewood, FL (Lemon Bay)

25 Paul Costanzo

RB 5’8 180 SR Venice, FL (Venice)

2 Ed Johnson

WR

6’0” 165

SO Jacksonville, FL (Mandarin)

26 Abe Kiernan

S

5’11 175 SO Blairsville, GA (Union County)

3 E.J. Heard-Hunt

RB 5’9” 180 SO Travelers Rest, SC (Travelers Rest)

27 austin Armstrong

LB

6’0” 200

4 Kaleb Mitchell WR 5’7” 185 JR Norcross, GA (Meadowcreek)

28 Travis Felder

RB 5’6 195 JR Orange Park, FL (Orange Park)

5 Kane Crowell

29 Brady Brown

CB

6’0” 185

Fr. Knoxville, TN (Halls)

6 Jamie Owen DE 6’1” 225 SR Sarasota, FL (Venice)

29 Shane Stinson

S

6’1

FR Covington, GA (Alcovy)

7 Cody Martin s 6’0” 200 SR Paducah, KY (Lone Oak)

29 Chris Mitchell

WR

5’11 160

FR McDonough, GA (McDonough)

8 Nick Scott

WR

5’8” 170

JR Marietta, GA (Wheeler)

30 Josh McKinney

CB

5’10 165

FR Unicoi, TN (Unicoi)

9 Evan Pittenger

QB

6’1” 180

Fr. Fayetteville, TN (Lincoln County)

30 Gabe Johnson

LB

6’0

FR Villa Rica, GA (Haralson County)

FR Palmetto, FL (Tri-Cities)

31 Vic Shephard

RB 5’8” 180 SO JONESBOROugh, TN (DAVID CROCKETT)

S

6’0” 205

SR Hohenwald, TN (Lewis County)

10 Roger Ward

RB

10 Garrett Miller

WR 5’11” 210 Fr. Oliver Springs, TN (Oliver Springs)

5’7

185

165

185

SR Stockbridge, GA (Stockbridge)

32 Doug Cook LB 5’10 200 SO Kingsport, TN (Sullivan North)

11 Blake Williams WR 6’1” 180 JR Clinton, TN (Clinton)

33 Justin Brooks

RB

5’6

150

FR Powder Springs, GA (Kennesaw)

12 Chad Brooks

34 Terrell Warren

RB

5’7

170

FR Alcoa, TN (Riverview)

13 Zane Winders WR 6’1” 210 SR Maryville, TN (Maryville)

34 Matt Rivera

S

5’8

165

FR Cape Coral, FL (Ida S. Baker)

14 Mickey Chait

QB

5’11” 185

Fr. Knoxville, TN (West)

35 Tony Gill

S 6’3 205 SR Bean Station, TN (Grainger County)

15 Colby Ross

QB

6’0” 190

Fr. Spring Hill, TN (Spring Hill)

36 Zane Quessenberry

S

5’11 195

JR Dublin, VA (Pulaski County)

16 Eric Sisson

QB 6’0 175 SO Copper Hill, TN (Copper Basin)

37 Daniel Robinson

CB

5’7

155

JR Alcoa, TN (Alcoa)

17 Chasen Williams

P 6’0 192 SO Gordonsville, TN (Gordonsville)

38 Nick Perone

RB

5’7

175

JR Cape Coral, FL (Mariner)

18 Jonathan Sykes

PK

6’1

SR Nassau, Bahamas (St. Andrews)

39 Mario Perone

RB 5’6 155 JR Cape Coral, FL (Mariner)

19 Zach Brown

S

6’4” 195

SO Kissimmee, FL (Celebration)

40 Andrew Jenkins LB 5’11 210 SR Soddy Daisy, TN (Soddy Daisy)

20 Evan Rogers

CB 5’7” 185 SO Knoxville, TN (South Doyle)

41 Dylan Miller

21 Kendyhl Rodgers

cb

42 DYLAN WOLFENBARGER LB

22 Brian Conn

FS 5’11 160 FR Clarksville, TN (Clarksville Academy)

43 Zach Naylor LB 6’0 235 SO Elizabethton, TN (Unaka)

23 Dalton Graumann

WR

44 Tim Foster

24

RB 5’10” 215 JR Morristown, TN (Morristown. West)

195

5’11” 155 6’4” 175

SO Dundee, FL (Haines City) FR Maryville, TN (Maryville)

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PK

6’0

180

6’1” 210

FR Cape Coral, FL (Ida S. Baker) JR KNOXVILLE, TN (CENTRAL)

TE 6’6 220 Sr Suwanee, GA (Peachtree Ridge)


2 0 12 Ma r y v i l l e Col l ege Footbal l Roster 45 Luis Rivera

LB

45 Patrick Wennin

RB 5’9 190 FR Miami, FL (Westminster Christian)

5’11 225

SO Cape Coral, FL (Ida S. Baker)

75 Jackson Harrison

OL

76 DAVID CORNELIUS

OL 6’2’ 300 JR HARROGATE, TN (CUMBERLAND GAP)

6’0

260

FR Sharpsburg, GA (East Coweta)

46 Josh Krebs LB 6’2 215 SO Knoxville, TN (Hardin Valley)

77 Dakota Jenkins OL 6’5 260 SO Knoxville, TN (Webb School)

47 Cole McAbee

FB

78 DEVIN BRUNSVOLD OL

48 Jordan Keller

FB 5’10 225 SR Parrottsville, TN (Cocke County)

5’7

220

FR Harriman, TN (Harriman)

6’1” 235

SR MURFREESBORO, TN (MTC)

79 Tyler Daily OL 6’3 275 JR Maryville, TN (Greenback)

49 Zach Duncan LB 6’0 220 SR North Port, FL (Sarasota)

80 Matt Likins WR 6’2 185 SR Sarasota, FL (Sarasota)

50 Devin Lindsey

LB

5’11 190

FR Jacksonville, FL (Robert E. Lee)

81 Jordan Harris

51 JOSHUA WARREN

LB

6’3” 210

SO Knoxville, TN (POWELL)

WR

6’1

200

JR Flintstone, GA (Chatt. Christian)

83 Jay Huff

S 6’0 165 FR Hendersonville, TN (Beech)

52 Chad Johnson LB 6’0 235 SR Stockbridge, GA (Stockbridge)

84 Whitley Perry

PK

5’6

140

FR Pleasantview, TN (Sycamore)

53 Gabe Walkup LB 6’0 215 SO Woodbury, TN (Cannon County)

85 John McCord

WR

6’2

190

FR Kingsport, TN (Dobyns Bennett)

54 ZACH CAPEHART

86 Cory Goodman

TE 6’2 225 FR Winchester, TN (Franklin County)

55 Dustin Dudley OL 6’3 255 SR Sewanee, TN (Franklin County)

87 J.T. OSTROWSKI

WR 5’11” 165 SO MORRISTOWN, TN (MORRISTOWN WEST)

55 Austin Newton

LB

5’10 190

FR Sylvester, GA (Worth County)

88 Jared Miller

TE 6’3 225 SO Maryville, TN (Maryville)

57 Kent Minor

LB

5’11 195

FR Orange Park, FL (Orange Park)

89 Justin Wilcox

TE

6’2

200

FR Jacksonville, FL (Harvest)

58 Joseph Brooks OL 6’2 265 JR South Boston, VA (Shannon)

90 Hunter Crass

LB

6’0

200

FR Harriman, TN (Harriman)

59 RONNIE WRIGHT

DL

6’1” 235

SO Maryville, TN (RAVENWOOD)

91 Brooks Talley

LB

5’11 190

FR Greenback, TN (Greenback)

60 JOHN WORLEY

OL

5’9” 275

SR CUMBERLAND GAP, VA (FUQUA)

92 Brett Murr

DL

6’2

SO Seymour, TN (Seymour)

DL 6’1” 255 SO OOLTEWAH, TN (SILVERDALE BAPTIST)

340

61 Zach Selby OL 6’2 260 SO Murfreesboro, TN (Lincoln County)

93 Tyler Todd DE 6’1 242 SO Adams, TN (Rossview)

62 Zach Broadwater OL 6’1 235 JR Smyrna, TN (Smyrna)

94 Dylan Placher

DL

6’2

240

FR Cape Coral, FL (Ida S. Baker)

65 Connor Benson-Epstein

OL 6’1 235 FR Boynton Beach, FL (American Heritage)

95 Dustin Peels

DL

5’10 250

SO Madisonville, TN (Sequoyah)

66 RANCE HIGHTOWER

OL

6’3” 300

SO ADAIRSVILLE, GA (ADAIRSVILLE)

96 Terry Keller

DL

5’11 250

FR Kingsport, TN (Dobyns Bennett)

67 Cody Branham

OL

6’0

290

FR Cleveland, TN (South Pittsburg)

97 Jonathan Clark

DE

5’8

205

FR Villa Rica, GA (Villa Rica)

70 Spencer Hendrix

OL

6’4

255

FR Adairsville, GA (Adairsville)

98 Khris Burk

LB

5’7

196

FR Maryville, TN (William Blount)

71 Dalton Stephens OL 6’0 240 SO Melbourne, FL (Eau Gallie) 73 Chase Courson

OL 6’1 250 FR West Palm Beach, FL (American Heritage)

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2012 Ma r y v i l l e Sc ots SOP HO MORE S

2 Ed Johnson

3 E.J. Heard-Hunt

WR 6-0 165 Jacksonville, FL (Mandrin)

RB 5-9 180 Travelers Rest, SC (Travelers Rest)

20 Evan Rogers CB 5-7 185 Knoxville, TN (South Doyle)

21 Kendyhl Rodgers CB 5-11 155 Dundee, FL (Haines City)

16 Eric Sisson

17 Chasen Williams

QB 6-0 175 Copper Hill, TN (Copper Basin)

P 6-0 192 Gordonsville, TN (Gordonsville)

26 Abe Kiernan

32 Doug Cook

RB 5-8 180 Jonesboro, TN (David Crockett)

51 Joshua Warren

53 Gabe Walkup

LB 6-3 210 Knoxville, TN (Powell)

Woodbury, TN (Cannon County)

45 Luis Rivera

46 Josh Krebs

LB 6-0 235 Elizabethton, TN (Unaka)

LB 5-11 225 Cape Coral, FL (Ida S. Baker)

LB 6-2 215 Knoxville, TN (Hardin Valley)

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S 6-4 195 Kissimmee, FL (Celebration)

S 5-11 175 Blairsville, GA (Union County)

43 Zach Naylor

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31 Vic Shephard

19 Zach Brown

LB 5-10 200 Kingsport, TN (Sullivan North)

LB 6-0 215


2012 Ma r y v i l l e Sc ots SOP HO MORE S

54 Zach Capehart

59 Ronnie Wright

61 Zach Selby

66 Rance Hightower

DL 6-1 255

DL 6-1 235

OL 6-2 260

OL 6-3 300

OL 6-0 240

Ooltewah, TN (Silverdale)

Franklin, TN (Ravenwood)

Fayetteville, TN (Lincoln County)

Adairsville, GA (Adairsville)

Melbourne, FL (Eau Gallie)

92 Brett Murr

93 Tyler Todd

DL 6-2 340 Seymour, TN (Seymour)

Adams, TN (Rossview)

77 Dakota Jenkins

87 J.T. Ostrowski

OL 6-5 260

WR 5-11 165

Knoxville, TN (Webb)

Morristown, TN (West)

88 Jared Miller TE 6-3 225 Maryville, TN (Maryville)

71 Dalton Stephens

DE 6-1 242

95 Dustin Peels DL 5-10 250 Madisonville, TN (Sequoyah)

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2012 Ma r y vil l e Sc ots Fresh me n

9 Evan Pittenger

10 Garrett Miller

14 Mickey Chait

15 Colby Ross

22 Brian Conn

QB 6-1 180 Fayetteville, TN (Lincoln County)

WR 5-11 210 Oliver Springs, TN (Oliver Springs)

QB 5-11 185 Knoxville, TN (West)

QB 6-0 190 Spring Hill, TN (Spring Hill)

Clarksville, TN (Clarksville Aca.)

29 Brady Brown CB 6-0 185 Knoxville, TN (Halls)

34 Matt Rivera S 5-8 165 Cape Coral, FL (Ida S. Baker)

23 Dalton Graumann

29 Shane Stinson

30 Josh McKinney

WR 6-4 175 Maryville, TN (Maryville)

S 6-1 165 Covington, GA (Alcovy)

CB 5-10 165 Unicoi, TN (Unicoi)

34 Terrell Warren RB 5-7 170 Alcoa, TN (Riverview)

50 Devin Lindsey

57 Kent Minor

LB 5-11 190 Jacksonville, FL (Robert E.Lee)

LB 5-11 195 Orange Park, FL (Fleming Island)

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41 Dylan Miller

45 Patrick Wennin

PK 6-0 180 Cape Coral, FL (Ida S. Baker)

RB 5-9 190 Miami, FL(Westminster)

30 Gabe Johnson LB 6-0 185 Villa Rica, GA (Haralson County)

55 Austin Newton LB 5-10 190 Sylvester, GA (Worth County)

FS 5-11 160

33 Justin Brooks RB 5-6 150 Powder Springs, GA (Kennesaw)

47 Cole McAbee FB 5-7 220 Harriman, TN (Harriman)


2012 Ma r y vil l e Sc ots Fresh me n

65 Connor Benson-Epstein OL 6-1 235

67 Cody Branham

70 Spencer Hendrix

OL 6-0 290

OL 6-4 255 Adairsville, GA (Adairsville)

Boynton Beach, FL (Am. Heritage)

Cleveland, TN (South Pittsburg)

10 Roger Ward

83 Jay Huff

RB 5-7 185 Palmetto, FL (Tri-Cities)

S 6-0 165 Hendersonville, TN (Beech)

89 Justin Wilcox

90 Hunter Crass

TE 6-2 200 Jacksonville, FL (Harvest)

LB 6-0 200 Harriman, TN (Harriman)

73 Chase Courson OL 6-1 250 W. Palm Beach, FL (Am. Heritage)

75 Jackson Harrison OL 6-0 260 Sharpsburg, GA (E. Coweta)

84 Whitley Perry

85 John McCord

86 Cory Goodman

PK 5-6 140

WR 6-2 190 Kingsport, TN (Dobyns Bennett)

TE 6-2 225 Winchester, TN (Franklin County)

Pleasantview, TN (Sycamore)

91 Brooks Talley LB 5-11 190 Greenback, TN (Greenback)

94 Dylan Placher DL 6-2 240 Cape Coral, FL (Ida S. Baker)

96 Terry Keller DL 5-11 250 Kingsport, TN (Dobyns Bennett)

98 Khris Burk 97 Jonathan Clark DE 5-8 205 Villa Rica, GA (Villa Rica)

LB 5-7 196 Maryville, TN (William Blount)

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Maryville College Football Single Game Records Carries (30 carries minimum) Hubert Payne 37 Rod Stephens 33 Rommel Hightower 32 Julio Killidjian 30 Rommel Hightower 30

2005 vs Averett 1973 2008 vs Greensboro 1986 vs Hampden-Sydney 2007 vs Huntingdon

Rushing Yards (140 yards minimum) Armond Akiboh 253 1996 vs Methodist Charsie Robertson 224 1994 vs Kentucky Wesleyan Armond Akiboh 214 1996 vs Rhodes Greg Shelton 202 1993 vs Methodist Brandon Evans 197 2000 vs Bethel Nick Moore 196 2007 vs Methodist Ken Adair 188 1978 vs St. Leo Marcus Kenny 183 2003 vs Westminster Rommel Hightower 175 2008 vs Averett Rod Stephens 169 1973 Boydson Baird 156 1939 vs Cumberland Julio Killidjian 155 1986 vs Sewanee Charsie Robertson 154 1993 vs Centre Richard Burchfield 151 2002 vs Hampden-Sydney Rommel Hightower 150 2007 vs Averett Jeff Seagle 146 1985 vs Samford Hubert Payne 143 2005 vs Averett Rommel Hightower 145 2008 vs Greensboro Julio Killidjian 142 1986 vs Bridgewater Alvin Nance 140 1978 vs Baptist Christian

Most Pass Reception yards in a game (140 yard minimum) Mike Butler 278 1972 Zach Mendence 190 2002 vs Westminster Justin Jackson 182 2005 vs Ferrum Wesley Idlette 163 2009 vs Centre Gene Wheatley 157 1982 vs Baptist Gary Patterson 156 2003 vs Case Western Wesley Idlette 153 2008 vs Huntingdon Ryan Roach 151 2009 vs Huntingdon Ryan Gaines 149 2006 vs NC Wesleyan Wesley Idlette 149 2008 vs CNU

Most 100 yard rushing games in a season Rommel Hightower 6 2007 Julio Killidjian 4 1986 Ken Adair 4 1978

Longest Receptions (60 yard minimum) Dave Kibben to Steve Moffett 91 TD 1978 vs Lane Tim Conner to Wesley Idlette 85 TD 2008 vs Methodist Sam McCord to Ryan Gaines 79 TD 2006 vs NC Wesleyan Justin Price to Cedric McDonald 75 2006 vs Methodist Bart Gloyd to Chad Lussier 75 2001 vs Blackburn Justin Price to Justin Jackson 70 2005 vs Ferrum Kelly Edge to Robert McCants 69 TD 2000 vs Stillman Kelly Edge to William Dickey 69 2000 vs Stillman Charlie Hixon to Ken Dickens 69 1977 vs Southwestern Nick Derry to Gary Patterson 68 2003 vs Case Western Pat Moyer to William Delaney 63 1985 vs Sewanee Derek Hunt to Wesley Idlette 62 2008 vs Huntingdon Nick Derry to B.J. Wilhite 61 2002 vs Rhodes Mike Human to Bob Echols 60 1986 vs Washington & Lee Receiving Touchdowns in a game Mike Butler 3 1972 vs Emory & Henry Justin Jackson 3 2005 vs Ferrum Justin Jackson 3 2005 vs Methodist Blake Williams 3 2012 vs Huntingdon

Most Rushing TD in a Game: Charsie Robertson 4 1994 vs Kentucky Wesleyan

Most Field Goals in a Game Tim Kelly 5 1974 vs Emory & Henry

Longest Single Game Rushes (60 yards minimum) Alvin Nance 90 TD 1978 vs Bridgewater Rashid Moore 80 TD 2004 vs Centre Charise Robertson 80 TD 1994 vs Davidson Marcus Kenny 79 TD 2003 vs Westminster Richard Burchfield 79 2004 vs Sewanee Roland McClanahan 78 1961 vs Millsaps Roland McClanahan 78 1963 vs Millaps Charsie Robertson 75 TD 1993 vs Centre Mike Parris 69 TD 1996 vs Sewanee Ed Dobbs 69 2003 vs Hampden-Sydney Alvin Nance 67 TD 1978 vs Baptist Christian Justin Price 67 2006 vs Shenandoah Ken Adair 65 TD 1978 vs Baptist Christian Julio Killidjian 63 1986 vs Sewanee Armond Akiboh 63 TD 1996 vs Rhodes Gary Hughes 60 TD 2007 vs NC Wesleyan Rommel Hightower 60 2007 vs Ferrum

Passing Attempts in a game (35 minimum) Pat Moyer 66 1985 vs Cumberland Joe Costner 64 1972 vs Emory & Henry Pat Moyer 48 1984 vs Centre Pat Moyer 48 1985 vs Washington & Lee Pat Moyer 44 1984 vs Randolph-Macon Dustin Williams 44 2010 vs NC Wesleyan Nick Derry 42 2002 vs Bethel Tim Conner 39 2009 vs Huntingdon Justin Price 39 2006 vs CNU Melvin Burston 36 2011 vs Greensboro

Most Pass Receptions in a game (8 catches minimum) Mike Butler 16 1972 Zach Mendence 12 2002 vs Millsaps Wesley Idlette 11 2009 vs Shenandoah Justin Jackson 11 2005 vs Huntingdon Justin Jackson 10 2005 vs Sewanee Wesley Idlette 9 2008 vs CNU Chris Johannsen 9 1984 vs Union William Delaney 8 1985 vs Centre Wesley Idlette 8 2008 vs Huntingdon Wesley Idlette 8 2010 vs Methodist Wesley Idlette 8 2010 vs NC Wesleyan Robert McCants 8 2001 vs Hampden-Sydney

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Passing Completions in a game (22 minimum) Pat Moyer 38 1985 vs Cumberland Nick Derry 26 2002 vs Bethel Melvin Burston 26 2011 vs Greensboro Dustin Williams 24 2010 vs NC Wesleyan Justin Price 24 2005 vs Huntingdon Tim Conner 22 2009 vs Huntingdon Most tackles in a game: (16 minimum) Chris Howerton 33 2004 vs Thomas More Kyle Chewning 21 2009 vs Averett Dylan Wolfenbarger 19 2011 vs CNU Chris Howerton 17 2005 vs Averett Tanner Caylor 16 2010 vs LaGrange Kyle Chewning 16 2007 vs Centre


Maryville College Football All-Time Single Season Records Points Mike Butler Rommel Hightower Justin Jackson Justin Price Rommel Hightower Brad Daniel Wade Obermeyer Brad Daniel Brad Daniel Julio Killidjian Rommel Hightower

96 80 76 72 66 58 55 55 54 54 54

1972 2006 2005 2006 2007 2006 1999 2008 2007 1986 2008

Touchdowns in a season Mike Butler 15 Rommel Hightower 13 Justin Jackson 12 Justin Price 11 Rommel Hightower 11 Julio Killidjian 9 Rommel Hightower 9 Hubert Payne 7 Brandon Evans 7 Joey Wood 7 Chad Tipton 7 Armand Akiboh 7 Joe Lombardo 7 Wesley Idlette 7 Wesley Idlette 7

1972 2006 2005 2006 2007 1986 2008 2005 2000 1998 1998 1996 1976 2009 2011

Most Rushing Attempts: Rommel Hightower 222 Kevin Skipper 206 Armand Akiboh 206 Hubert Payne 199 Rommel Hightower 188 Rodney Stephens 186 Alvin Nance 169 Brandon Evans 161 Thomas Stephens 160 Julio Killidjian 157 Marcus Kenny 149 B. Corbett 149 Ken Adair 148

2007 1980 1996 2005 2008 1973 1976 2000 1992 1986 2003 1970 1979

Most Rushing yards Armand Akiboh Rommel Hightower Kevin Skipper Rodney Stephens Thomas Stephens Rommel Hightower Ken Adair Brandon Evans Alvin Nance Alvin Nance Julio Killidjian

1996 2007 1980 1973 1992 2008 1979 2000 1976 1977 1986

1,069 1,016 1,008 1,004 989 926 902 850 777 770 735

Most Rushing Touchdowns Rommel Hightower 11 2007 Rommel Hightower 11 2006 Justin Price 11 2006 Julio Killidjian 9 1986

John Berry Cox Brandon Derrick Alvin Nance Ron Silver Armand Akiboh Chad Tipton Joey Wood Thomas Stephens Rommel Hightower

8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

1994 1995 1979 1992 1996 1998 1998 1992 2008

Passing Attempts (200 minimum) Pat Moyer 499 1985 Pat Moyer 452 1984 Dustin Williams 300 2010 Nick Derry 291 2002 Justin Price 264 2005 Justin Price 263 2006 Joe Costner 254 1972 Lucas Wall 246 2007 Tim Conner 236 2009 Joe Costner 231 1971 Patrick O’Brien 204 1982 Passing Completions (100 minimum) Pat Moyer 228 1985 Pat Moyer 212 1984 Nick Derry 165 2002 Dustin Williams 164 2010 Justin Price 137 2005 Justin Price 137 2006 Joe Costner 130 1972 Tim Conner 122 2009 Joe Costner 118 1971 Lucas Wall 115 2007 Most Passing Yards (1,000 minimum) Pat Moyer 2,475 1985 Pat Moyer 2,455 1984 Nick Derry 1,945 2002 Justin Price 1,827 2005 Tim Conner 1,800 2009 Joe Costner 1,772 1972 Justin Price 1,749 2006 Dustin Williams 1,648 2010 Brandon Derrick 1,400 1997 Patrick O’Brien 1,290 1981 Patrick O’Brien 1,288 1982 Joe Costner 1,250 1971 Joey Wood 1,192 1999 John Berry Cox 1,192 1994 Derek Hunt 1,129 2008 Lucas Wall 1,018 2007 Passing Percentage (52% minimum) Brandon Derrick 58.5% 1996 John Berry Cox 57% 1992 Mike Human 57% 1987 Nick Derry 56.7% 2002 Melvin Burston 56.2% 2011 Derek Hunt 55.4% 2008 Dustin Williams 54.7% 2010 Justin Price 52.1% 2006

Touchdown Passes (10 Minimum) Joe Costner 27 1972 Justin Price 19 2005 Tim Conner 14 2009 Justin Price 13 2006 Joe Costner 13 1971 Dustin Williams 12 2010 Pat Moyer 11 1985 Pat Moyer 11 1984 Nick Derry 11 2002 Brandon Derrick 10 1997 Fewest Interceptions (Minimum 100 pass attempts) John Berry Cox 3 Justin Price 4 Bart Gloyd 4 Derek Hunt 6 Brandon Derrick 7 Walker Hodges 7 Kelly Edge 7

1992 2005 2001 2008 1997 1973 2000

Most Interceptions Thrown Pat Moyer 23 1985 Pat Moyer 23 1984 Joe Costner 20 1972 Patrick O’Brien 18 1982 Nick Derry 15 2002 Dustin Williams 14 2010 Patrick O’Brien 14 1981 Kelly Moore 13 1991 Justin Price 13 2006 Tim Conner 13 2009 Most Pass Receptions Zach Mendence 71 Wesley Idlette 62 Chris Johannsen 61 Chris Johannsen 60 Justin Jackson 59 Mike Butler 57 Randall Minor 56 Wesley Idlette 51 Nathan Davenport 50 Wesley Idlette 47 Wesley Idlette 46 Mike Avellino 44 Ryan Roach 44 Ted Taylor 38 Zach Mendence 37

2002 2009 1984 1985 2005 1972 1971 2011 1996 2008 2010 1980 2010 1984 1999

Most Receiving Yards (600 yards minimum) Mike Butler 1,004 Wesley Idlette 994 Zach Mendence 947 Justin Jackson 912 Wesley Idlette 778 Nathan Davenport 695 Chris Johannsen 693 Chris Johannsen 687 Gene Wheatley 612 Zach Mendence 607

1972 2009 2002 2005 2008 1996 1984 1985 1981 1999

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Maryville College Football All-Time Single Season Records Most Yards per Catch (25 reception minimum) Ken Dickens 23.0 Gene Wheatley 20.8 Gene Wheatley 20.4 Zach Mendence 18.9 Mike Butler 17.5 Gary Patterson 17.4 William Delaney 17.2 Corey Chesire 17.0 William Delaney 16.9 Wesley Idlette 16.6 Zach Mendence 16.4 Chris Johannsen 16.0 Ken Dickens 16.0 Wesley Idlette 16.0

1976 1982 1981 2000 1972 2003 1985 1989 1984 2008 1999 1986 1977 2009

Most Receiving Touchdowns Mike Butler 15 1972 Justin Jackson 12 2005 Chris Johannsen 8 1986 Wesley Idlette 7 2009 Wesley Idlette 7 2010 Wesley Idlette 7 2011 Nathan Davenport 6 1996 Dan Coley 6 1977 Randall Minor 6 1971 Kicking, PAT Made (20 made minimum) Brad Daniell Brad Daniell Tim Kelly Henry Marambio Doug Loomis Wade Obermeyer Brad Daniell Andrew Noboa Andrew Noboa Cary Starnes Brad Pesterfield

28 28 28 27 22 22 21 21 21 20 20

Kicking, Field Goals Made (7 Made minimum) Andrew Noboa 12 Brad Daniell 11 Wade Obermeyer 11 Brad Daniell 10 Andrew Noboa 10 Doug Loomis 9 Brad Daniell 9 Andrew Noboa 9 John McLeod 7 John McLeod 7 Bruce lane 7

2006 2008 1977 1986 2000 1999 2007 2009 2011 1979 2004

2010 2007 1999 2006 2011 2000 2008 2009 1985 1984 1980

Kicking, Longest Field Goal John McLeod 48 1985 Henry Marambio 47 1986 Jim Cannon 47 1970 Brad Daniell 45 2007 Cary Starnes 45 (4) 1979 Tim Kelley 45 1977 32

Brad Daniell Brad Daniell Wade Obermeyer Brad Daniell Cary Starnes Andrew Noboa Brad Pesterfield Brad Daniell Brad Pesterfield

45 43 42 42 42 (2) 41 40 40 (2) 40

2008 2007 1998 2007 1979 2009 2002 2006 2004

Punting, Most Punts R. J Sandmeyer Russ Thomas Jason Harbison Doug Loomis Robert Calloway Matt Ringley T.J. Emory Barry Whitehead Donnie Moore Andy Ottolini

69 69 68 66 66 65 63 63 63 62

2010 1986 1987 2001 1971 2004 1998 1982 1974 2004

Punting, Yearly Average T.J. Emory 42.2 Donnie Moore 42.0 Barry Whitehead 41.0 Doug Loomis 40.9 Doug Loomis 40.3

1998 1974 1982 2001 2000

Defense, Total Tackles Dave Clinton 140 Billy Godfrey 135 Jason Lay 132 Jason Lay 125 Dave Clinton 123 Kyle Chewning 123 Tom Touzeau 114 Kyle Chewning 113 Chris Howerton 113 Justin Talbott 111 David Hunnicutt 108 Kyle Chewning 102

1971 1993 1995 1996 1973 2009 1991 2007 2004 2000 1989 2008

Defense, Interceptions Mike Walsh 10 Ryan Shelton 7 Danny Thomas 7 John McLeod 7 John McLeod 7 Jeff Whitt 7 Nick White 7 Lorenzo Howard 7

1986 1986 1977 1984 1985 1986 1993 1995

Defense, Total Sacks Chris McCarty 10 Colby Townsend 8 Colby Townsend 8 Andrew Hodge 8 Wes Milstead 8 Alex Albert 7.5 Zac Beasley 7 Colby Townsend 7 Wes Milstead 7

2000 2005 2004 2004 1991 1982 2001 2006 1989

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2008

Defense, Fumble Recoveries Hank Snyder 4 1987 Josh Sandiford 3 1998 Josh Sandiford 3 1999 Clay Taylor 3 1998 Peter Oakes 3 1993 Billy Godfrey 3 1991 Tony Mitchell 3 1982 Steve Howard 3 1973 Paul Risko 3 1971 Paul Risko 3 1973 J.R. Geld 3 2005 Julian Keen 3 2011 Defense, Passes Broken-Up Nick White 16 Jeff Briggs 13 Phil Garrett 11 Kyle Harris 10 Phillip O’Dell 10 Dustin Locke 10 Dustin Locke 9 Kyle Harris 8 Smith Jean Phillippe 8 Brian Hudspeth 8 Ryan Shelton 8 Cody Bowers 7 Phil Garrett 7 Kane Crowell 7 Kendyhl Rodgers 7

1995 1982 2009 2004 1999 2008 2007 2004 1999 1990 1986 2003 2010 2010 2011


Maryville College Football All-Time Career Records Carries (275 minimum) Rommel Hightower Hubert Payne Armond Akiboh Jeff Seagle Kelly Moore Robert Cox Thomas Stephens Chad Tipton John Berry Cox Joey Wood

683 391 323 318 304 300 296 292 279 276

2006-2009 2004-2006 1993-1996 1982-1986 1988-1991 1987-1990 1989-1992 1997-1999 1991-1994 1996-1999

Rushing Yards (1,000 minimum) Rommel Hightower 3,243 2006-2009 Alvin Nance 2,502 1976-1979 Thomas Stephens 1,581 1989-1992 Ken Adair 1,536 1978-1979 Jeff Seagle 1,534 1982-1986 Hubert Payne 1,497 2004-2006 Armond Akiboh 1,493 1993-1996 Chad Tipton 1,355 1997-1999 Ron Silver 1,331 1990-1993 Charsie Robertson 1,290 1991-1994 Nick Moore 1,255 2006-2009 Rushing Touchdowns (14 minimum) Rommel Hightower 30 2006-2009 John Berry Cox 18 1991-1994 Joey Wood 17 1996-1999 Justin Price 16 2005-2006 Kelly Moore 14 1988-1991 Ron Silver 14 1990-1993 Chad Tipton 14 1997-1999 Passing Attempts (300 minimum) Pat Moyer 1,208 1982-1985 Joe Costner 592 1971-1973 Justin Price 527 2005-2006 Joey Wood 508 1996-1999 Brandon Derrick 476 1994-1997 John Berry Cox 459 1991-1994 Tim Conner 455 2008-2011 Patrick O’Brien 392 1981-1982 Kelly Moore 343 1988-1991 Russ Thomas 309 1985-1988

Idlette

Dustin Williams 300 Passing Completions Pat Moyer 524 Joe Costner 288 Justin Price 274 Joey Wood 240 John Berry Cox 235 Tim Conner 232 Brandon Derrick 204 Patrick O’Brien 168 Dustin Williams 164 Kelly Moore 141 Lucas Wall 115 Russ Thomas 112

2010-present 1982-1985 1972-1973 2005-2006 1996-1999 1991-1994 2008-2011 1994-1997 1981-1982 2010 1988-1991 2007 1985-1988

Passing Yards (2,000 minimum) Pat Moyer 5,943 1982-1985 Justin Price 3,576 2005-2006 Joe Costner 3,532 1971-1973 Tim Conner 3,228 2008-2011 Brandon Derrick 3,165 1994-1997 John Berry Cox 3,146 1991-1994 Joey Wood 2,788 1996-1999 Patrick O’Brien 2,578 1981-1982 Charlie Hixon 2,328 1976-1978 Kelly Moore 2,043 1988-1991 Passing Touchdowns (15 minimum) Joe Costner 42 1970-1972 Justin Price 32 2005-2006 Pat Moyer 24 1982-1985 Tim Conner 22 2008-2011 Brandon Derrick 21 1994-1997 Charlie Hixon 19 1976-1978 Patrick O’Brien 16 1981-1982

Receiving, Most Reception Yards Wesley Idlette 2,820 2008-2011 Zach Mendence 1,976 1998-2002 Chris Johannsen 1,943 1984-1986 Ryan Roach 1,225 2008-2011 Robert McCants 1,180 1998-2001 William Delaney 1,159 1985-1986 Justin Jackson 1,110 2004-2005 Receiving, Most Touchdown receptions Wesley Idlette 25 2008-2011 Mike Butler 20 1972-1973 Justin Jackson 13 2004-2005 Zach Mendence 12 1998-2002 William Delaney 10 1985-1986 Gene Wheatley 9 1981-1982 Gary Patterson 8 2000-2003 Defense, Career Interceptions Bud Christy 14 2007-2011 Nick White 13 1993-1996 John McLeod 10 1984-1985 Michael Walsh 10 1986 Ryan Shelton 9 1986-1988 Danny Thomas 9 1976-1977 Defense, Career Tackles Kyle Chewning 348 Chris Howerton 322

2006-2009 2003-2006

Receiving, Most Receptions Wesley Idlette 206 2008-2011 Chris Johannsen 156 1984-1986 Zach Mendence 131 1998-2002 Ryan Roach 101 2008-2011 Mike Butler 84 1972-1973 Robert McCants 81 1998-2001 Justin Jackson 71 2004-2005

Chewning

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Maryville College Football All-time Record Against Opponents OPPONENT Alabama American University Appalachian State Asheville Auburn Austin College Austin Peay Averett University Baker-Himel Baptist Christian Baptist Univ. of America Berea College Bethany (WV) College Bethel College Bingham School Blackburn (IL) College Bluefield State Bridgewater (VA) College Campbellsville College Capital Carson-Newman Case Western Reserve Catawba College Catholic University Central Florida Centre College UT-Chattanooga Christopher Newport Clemson Clinch Valley Concord State Cumberland College Cumberland University Davidson Dayton DePauw Earlham East Tennessee St 11th Calvary Emory & Henry College University of Evansville Ferrum University of Florida Franklin (IN) Fredrick Frostburg State College Furman Gardner-Webb Georgia Military Georgia Tech Georgetown (KY) Greensboro Guilford College Hampden-Sydney Hanover (IN) College Harding Harriman High School Hiwassee Howard/Samford U Huntingdon Jacksonville State Kentucky Kentucky State Kentucky Wesleyan King College Knoxville Central High Knoxville College 34

FIRST LAST 1905 1907 1905 1906 1932 1942 1903 1912 1906 1907 1968 1970 1949 1950 2004 2011 1902 1902 1978 1978 1981 1984 1909 1909 1998 1999 1997 2002 1903 1910 2000 2001 1927 1977 1960 2003 1989 1989 1971 1971 1903 1980 2002 2004 1946** 1946 1983 1984 1979 1979 1906 2010 1908 1942 2005 2011 1907 1907 1991 1996 1925 1966## 1985 2001 1904 1993 1994 1997 1982 1982 1981 1981 1965*** 1965 1922 1957 1912 1912 1915 2000 1978 1978 2005 2011 1913 1913 1968 1975 1961 1961 2003 2004 1914 1914 1971 1971 1958 1958 1906 1906 1919 1975 2005 2011 1963 1980 1967 2003 1962 1963 1966 1967 1907 1907 1932 1954 1930 1987 2004 2011 1949 1958 1907 1938 1910 1920 1910 1977 1911 1941 1912 1915 1975 1982

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W-L-T 0-3-0 5-0-0 1-1-0 2-0-0 0-1-1 0-3-0 0-2-0 3-5-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 4-0-0 1-0-0 0-2-0 5-1-0 4-1-0 2-0-0 2-0-0 11-8-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 22*-26-2 1-2-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-1-0 29-31-1 3-10-1 1-6-0 0-1-0 2-4-0 5-2-1 3-5-0 10-9-1 2-2-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 8-15-0 0-1-0 23-38-2 0-1-0 3-4-0 0-1-0 2-4-0 1-0-0 0-2-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-1 11-15-1 5-2-0 4-2-0 6-17-0 2-0-0 0-2-0 2-0-0 13-4-0 3-6-1 2-5-0 1-8-1 0-13-1 0-5-0 2-2-1 12-8-2 4-0-0 0-3-0

Knoxville Y.M.C.A 1894 1913 3-2-0 LaGrange 2006 2011 4-2-0 Lambuth College 1989 1991 1-2-0 Lane College 1976 1979 1-1-0 Lenoir-Rhyne 1927 1959 7-4-2 Lincoln Memorial University 1923 1931 5-0-0 Livingston (AL) 1964 1967 1-3-0 Livingston (NC) 1974 1974 0-1-0 Mars Hill 1912 1967 11-0-1 Maryville Polytechnic 1912 1912 0-1-0 Mercer University 1922 1922 0-1-0 Mercyhurst College 1922 1922 0-1-0 Methodist 1989 2011 10-5-0 Middle Tenn State 1920 1949 6-6-0 Milligan 1921 1942 10-3-2 13-17-1 Millsaps 1960*** 2003 Mississippi 1906 1906 0-1-0 Mississippi State 1916 1917 0-1-1 Mooney School 1909 1911 2-1-0 Morehead State (KY) 1942 1960 0-5-0 Newberry 1939 1954 0-4-0 Newport News Apprentice 2004 2004 1-0-0 North Carolina State 1909 1909 0-1-0 N.C. Wesleyan 2005 2011 3-4-0 N GA State (Dahlonega) 1906 1906 1-0-0 North Greeneville 1995 1996 0-2-0 Oglethorpe University 1919 1928 1-0-1 Polk County High School 1917 1917 1-0-0 Randolph-Macon 1968 1988 3-14-0 Roanoke College 1920 1924 2-0-1 Sewanee 1906 2006 10-19-0 Shenandoah 2005 2011 5-2-0 Southerwestern/Rhodes 1908 2004 18-19-2 Stetson University 1913 1926 0-2-0 Stillman College 1999 2000 1-1-0 St Leo 1976 1978 2-0-0 Sue Bennett 1994 1995 2-0-0 University of Tennessee 1892 1936 5-26-3 Tn School for the Deaf 1902 1909 3-1-0 Tennessee B-Team 1902 1982 2-0-0 Tennessee Military 1895 1918 2-1-0 Tennessee Tech 1940 2011 0-4-0 Tennessee Wesleyan 1905 1993 18-11-1 Thomas More 1997 2004 1-5-0 Transylvania 1911 1941 2-2-0 Tusculum 1914 1998 18-8-2 Union College (KY) 1924 1986 5-2-0 Vanderbilt 1905 1929 0-6-0 Wake Forest 1909 1909 0-1-0 Washington College 1912 1915 2-0-0 Washington & Lee 1977 1990 8-6-0 Weaver College 1923 1925 2-0-0 West Georgia 1981 1982 0-2-0 Westminister (MO) 2002 2003 1-1-0 Western Carolina 1933 1949 5-0-0 Wilmington (OH) College 1997 1998 1-1-0 Wingate (NC) University 1987 1987 0-1-0 Wittenburg 1995 1996 0-2-0 Xavier 1922 1934 1-2-0 MC Overall record 119 Seasons 428-472-33


R e c o r d s , Coac h es & Capt ains YR

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CAPTAIN(S)

1892 0 1 0 Kin Takahashi 1893 0 1 0 Kin Takahashi 1894 1 0 1 Kin Takahashi 1895 3 0 2 Kin Takahashi 1896 1 0 0 Kin Takahashi 1897 1 0 0 Kin Takahashi 1898 NO TEAM 1899 NO TEAM 1900 0 2 0 Prof. Gilman 1901 NO TEAM 1902 3 1 0 S.A.Lynch 1903 6 1 0 S.A. Lynch 1904 1 3 0 William Scott 1905 4 5 0 William Chadwick 1906 5 3 2 Reed S. Dickson 1907 3 4 0 Reed S. Dickson 1908 2 5 1 Horace Fox 1909 2 5 0 A.E. Mitchell 1910 1 4 1 A.E. Mitchell 1911 3 4 1 A.E. Mitchell 1912 5 8 0 Lester E. Bond 1913 3 8 0 George Williams 1914 6 4 0 Z.J. Stanley 1915 6 0 1 Art Kiefer 1916 3 2 2 Art Kiefer 1917 4 3 0 Edgar Brown 1918 1 2 0 Bob Clemens 1919 3 3 0 H.W. Feeman 1920 2 5 0 H.W. Feeman 1921 7 1 1 Lombe Honaker 1922 4 4 0 Lombe Honaker 1923 7 3 1 Lombe Honaker 1924 5 2 1 Lombe Honaker 1925 7 2 0 Lombe Honaker 1926 7 3 0 Lombe Honaker 1927 6 2 1 Lombe Honaker 1928 6 2 1 Lombe Honaker 1929 5 3 1 Lombe Honaker 1930 5 4 0 Lombe Honaker 1931 5 2 2 Lombe Honaker 1932 4 5 0 Lombe Honaker 1933 4 5 1 Lombe Honaker 1934 4 6 0 Lombe Honaker 1935 4 5 1 Lombe Honaker 1936 5 5 0 Lombe Honaker 1937 5 2 1 Lombe Honaker 1938 4 5 1 Lombe Honaker 1939 4 5 0 Lombe Honaker 1940 5 5 0 Lombe Honaker 1941 8 1 0 Lombe Honaker 1942 2 6 0 Lombe Honaker 1943-1945 NO TEAM—WW II 1946 9 1 0 Lombe Honaker 1947 7 1 1 Lombe Honaker 1948 4 4 0 Lombe Honaker 1949 4 5 0 Lombe Honaker 1950 0 9 0 Lombe Honaker 1951 0 8 0 Lombe Honaker 1952 4 4 1 Lombe Honaker 1953 4 3 2 Lombe Honaker 1954 4 3 2 Lombe Honaker 1955 3 5 0 Lombe Honaker 1956 3 6 0 Lombe Honaker 1957 3 5 1 Lombe Honaker 1958 0 9 0 Lombe Honaker 1959 1 7 0 Boydson Baird 1960 3 5 1 Boydson Baird 1961 6 2 0 Boydson Baird 1962 4 4 0 Boydson Baird 1963 8 1 0 Boydson Baird 1964 7 1 0 Monk Tomlinson 1965 0 9 1 Monk Tomlinson 1966 1 9 0 Monk Tomlinson 1967 1 7 1 Monk Tomlinson 1968 6 3 0 Monk Tomlinson 1969 4 5 0 Monk Tomlinson 1970 3 6 0 Monk Tomlinson 1971 5 4 0 Lauren Kardatzke 1972 7 2 0 Lauren Kardatzke 1973 5 4 0 Boydson Baird

John Q. Durfey Mose H. Gamble Leonard Goddard Kin Takahashi Tom Nuchols John W. Ritchie John E. Tracy Thomas G. Brown John E. Kelly N.L. Taylor Roy H. Beeler Lloyd Foster Charles F. Hunt A.C. Samsel A.C. Samsel H. Noble-Wright S. Earl Crawford Lon Badgett Tom Goddard Tom Goddard Henry Calloway J.E. English R.B. Clemens R.B. Clemens, David Briggs E.K. James Hobart Ford Hobart Ford Howard Sullinger Bob Thrower Ed Hamilton Joe Gamble Pledger Cartwright John Stone John A. Davis Lowell McDonald Carl Storey Lea Calloway Martin Gillespie Ray Russell NO CAPTAINS O’Neal Gray Lynn Crawford James Renfro Al Burris James Etheredge J.D. Hughes Ed Hooker Jack Kramer/Les Rock Marvin Mitchell Ron Easter Alan Rock Howard Davis Don Walker Charlie Allen Homer Garren Kenneth Shepard Clarence Shepard Ted Godfrey Buddy White Bob Beam Earl Smith, John Hawkins Rufus Bowers, Bill Woodby Bryson Struse, Bill Owenby Bill Owenby, Pete Stafford Pete Stafford, Charlie Thomas Charlie Thomas, Wilbur Ramsey Bill Napier, Clint Abbott Mike Dalton, Jim Pryor Don Story, Sonny Webb John Fogerty John McLaughlin John Klein, W.N. Osborne Mike Parks, Tom Ickes SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS

YR W L T COACH

CAPTAIN(S)

1974 2 6 1 Jim Jordan 1975 0 9 0 Jim Jordan 1976 7 2 0 Jim Jordan 1977 6 2 0 Jim Jordan 1978 8 1 0 Steve Fickert 1979 7 2 0 Steve Fickert 1980 5 5 0 Dan Zaneski 1981 5 4 1 Art Ogden 1982 2 8 0 Art Ogden 1983 2 6 0 Bobby Salor 1984 2 7 0 Bobby Salor 1985 3 7 0 Bobby Salor 1986 3 7 0 Larry Stephens 1987 1 9 0 Larry Stephens 1988 2 7 0 Phil Wilks 1989 4 6 0 Phil Wilks 1990 5 5 0 Phil Wilks 1991 7 3 0 Phil Wilks 1992 5 5 0 Phil Wilks 1993 6 4 0 Phil Wilks 1994 5 5 0 Phil Wilks 1995 5 5 0 Phil Wilks 1996 3 7 0 Phil Wilks 1997 3 7 0 Phil Wilks 1998 4 6 0 Phil Wilks 1999 7 3 0 Phil Wilks 2000 3 7 0 Phil Wilks 2001 2 8 0 Phil Wilks 2002 0 10 0 Phil Wilks 2003 2 8 0 Tony Ierulli 2004 5 5 0 Tony Ierulli 2005 3 7 0 Tony Ierulli 2006 5 5 0 Tony Ierulli 2007 7 3 0 Tony Ierulli 2008 5 5 0 Tony Ierulli 2009 4 6 0 Tony Ierulli 2010 4 6 0 Tony Ierulli 2011 4 6 0 Tony Ierulli

Coach Kin Takahashi Prof. Gilman S.A. Lynch William Scott William Chadwick Reed Dickson Horace Fox A.E. Mitchell Lester Boyd George Williams Z.J. Stanley Art Kiefer Edgar Brown Bob Clemens H.W. Freeman Lombe Honaker Boydson Baird Monk Tomlinson Lauren Kardatzke Jim Jordan Steve Fickert Dan Zaneski Art Ogden Bobby Salor Larry Stephens Phil Wilks Tony Ierulli

NO CAPTAIN Tom Hyne, Don Surrency, Lee Taylor Ken Hanna, Tim Kelly Steve Savage, Ken Dickens, Keith Goodwin Alvin Nance, Dave, Shankle, Danny Thomas Tony Ierulli, Barry Mathis, Alvin Nance Dave Evans, Wayne Thompson, Larry Wright Dave Evans, Keith Martin Alex Albert, Ed Belfi, Gene Wheatley Paul Anagnostics, Shannon O’Brien, Matt Otto Paul Anagnostics, Shannon O’Brien Bob Aucker, Chris Johannsen, John McLeod, Pat Moyer Jeff Collins, Jeff Seagle Steve Diggs, Tim Gilmer Jeff Reichert, Hank Snyder Dwight Henderlight, Mark Humphries, Jess Massengill Robert Cox, Brian Hemminger, David Hunnicut Kelly Moore, Tom Touzeau, Alex Oakes, Wes Milstead Matt Heil, Scoval Blevins, Keith Lane, Joe Robinette Billy Godfrey, Peter Oakes John Berry Cox, Thomas Smith, John Chambers Eddie Batges, Jason Lay, Jeremy Landis, Nick White Jimmy Carpenter, Armond Akiboh, Harold Lynn Daniel Bechman, Kenny Cobble Lee Simmons, Jeremy Pugh Kevin Hedrick, Brian Nix, Chad Tipton, Joey Wood Brian Gossett, Kevin Wingo, Brandon Evans Luke Presley, Zac Beasley, Brandon Barker Zach Mendence, Bryan White DeJuan Hathaway, Clayton Hightower, Mike Werner Kyle Harris, Wade Knapper, Nick Taylor Daniel Childs, Hubert Payne, Charlie Myers Justin Price, Chris Howerton, Gary Murray Andrew Crawford, Garrett Meyer, Scott Stevens Dustin Locke, Bobby Browning, Spencer Clancy, Russ Harris Kyle Chewning, Adam Bean Darrell Tate, Tim Conner, Bud Christy, Phil Garrett Alex Anderson, Brad Eich, Wesley Idlette

Year 1892 – 1897 1900 1902 – 1903 1904 1905 1906 – 1907 1908 1909 – 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 – 1916 1917 1918 1919 – 1920 1921 – 1958 1959 – 1963, 1973 1964 – 1970 1971 – 1972 1974 – 1977 1978 – 1979 1980 1981 – 1982 1983 – 1985 1986 – 1987 1988 – 2002 2003 – 2011

W L 6 2 0 2 9 2 1 3 4 5 8 7 2 5 6 13 2 5 8 3 8 6 4 9 2 4 3 1 2 5 8 159 141 27 23 22 40 12 6 15 19 15 3 5 5 7 12 7 20 4 16 61 88 39 51

T 3 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 18 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

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1 1 9 y e a r s o f Maryvil l e Col l e ge footbal l 1892 (0-1-0) 0 Tennessee

25

1893 (0-1-0) 0 Tennessee

32

1894 (1-0-1) 0 Tennessee 20 Knoxville Y.M.C.A.

0 0

1895 (2-0-2) 6 Tennessee 6 20 Tennessee Military College 0 0 Tennessee Military College 0 12 Knoxville Y.M.C.A. 0 1896 (2-0-0) 14 Tennessee 36 Tennessee

0 0

1897 (1-0-0) 56 Tennessee

0

1898-1899 No Games 1900 (0-2-0) 0 Tennessee 0 Tennessee 1901 (0-0-1) 5 Knoxville High School

18 23 5

1902 (3-1-0) 15 Baker-Himel School 0 5 Tennessee 0 16 Tenn. School for the Deaf 12 0 Tennessee 34 1903 (6-1-0) 0 Tennessee 17 17 Bingham School 0 24 Asheville School 5 68 Sweetwater Military 0 72 Carson-Newman 0 6 Tennessee 0 12 Tenn. School for the Deaf 10 1904 (1-3-0) 0 Tennessee 17 0 Cumberland University 45 0 Tenn. School for the Deaf 5 33 Knoxville Y.M.C.A. 0 1905 (4-5-0) 5 American University 0 Vanderbilt 0 Alabama 0 Cumberland (Ky.) 58 American University 4 Grant University (TWC) 0 Grant University (TWC) 6 Bingham School 45 Carson-Newman

0 97 17 38 0 11 10 0 0

1906 (5-3-2) 28 American University 0 6 Georgia Tech 6 6 Mississippi 16 0 Alabama 6 0 AL Polytech (Aubum) 0 11 Tennessee 0 6 Central Kentucky (Centre) 4 5 Dahlonega (N. Georgia St.) 0 0 Sewanee 28 17 Bingham School 10 36

1907 (3-4-0) 32 Harriman 0 Alabama 0 Auburn 0 Clemson 15 Harriman 2 Kentucky 12 Bingham School

0 17 29 34 0 5 6

1908 (2-5-1) 0 Knoxville High 0 0 So. Presbyterian (Rhodes) 4 0 Vanderbilt 32 5 Tennessee 39 0 Kentucky 18 6 University of Chattanooga 21 42 Grant University (TWC) 0 17 University of Chattanooga 0 1909 (2-5-0) 0 Mooney 6 0 N.C. A&M (N.C. St.) 38 0 Wake Forest 3 0 Central Kentucky (Centre) 40 23 Tenn. School for the Deaf 0 24 Berea 0 6 University of Chattanooga 20 1910 (1-4-1) 5 Kentucky St. (Kentucky) 12 6 Kentucky Wesleyan 6 5 Mooney School 0 0 Tennessee 13 0 Bingham School 39 11 University of Chattanooga 27 1911 (3-4-1) 0 Kentucky St (Kentucky) 13 0 Transylvania (Ky.) 5 0 Vanderbilt 46 10 Mooney School 0 5 Tennessee 22 17 SW Presbyterian (Rhodes) 0 35 King 0 0 King 0 1912 (5-8-0) 12 Central High 0 0 Kentucky St. (Kentucky) 34 3 Vanderbilt 100 0 Cumberland University 13 0 Tennessee 38 7 Mars Hill 0 32 Washington 0 6 University of Chattanooga 34 0 11th Cavalry 34 34 Athens (TWC) 12 24 Asheville 13 12 Maryville Polytech 17 6 Y.M.C.A. 18 1913 (3-8-0) 26 Central High 0 0 Vanderbilt 59 0 Tennessee 75 0 Florida 39 2 Stetson 13 66 Athens (TWC) 0 7 King 13 23 Cumberland University 7 7 University of Chattanooga 14 3 Carson-Newman 17 0 Y.M.C.A. 18

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1914 (6-4-0) 77 Central High 7 0 Kentucky 80 0 Transylvania (ky.) 66 7 University of Chattanooga 35 97 Athens (TWC) 0 13 King 0 67 Mars Hill 0 7 Tusculum 6 0 Carson-Newman 3 26 Furman University 19 1915 (6-0-1) 49 Central High 41 Washington 13 University of Chattanooga 25 King 20 Emory & Henry 0 Tusculum 99 Carson-Newman 1916 (3-2-2) 6 Tennessee 7 Sewanee 0 Centre 34 King 20 Tusculum 27 Emory & Henry 7 Mississipi A&M (State)

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

32 68 0 0 0 0 7

1917 (4-3-0) 52 Polk County High 0 13 Tusculum 0 0 Kentucky St. (Kentucky) 19 0 Mississippi A&M (State) 21 0 Centre 33 26 Emory & Henry 0 32 Tusculum 6 1918 (1-2-0) 0 TN Military Institute 7 Tennessee 12 Carson-Newman

14 19 0

1919 (3-2-1) 2 Tennessee 32 Cumberland University 14 Oglethorpe 7 Georgetown 49 Emory & Henry 0 Tusculum

32 3 7 13 12 0

1920 (2-5-0) 0 Tennessee 0 Kentucky St. (Kentucky) 14 Roanoke 14 M.T.S. Normal (MTSU) 7 Georgetown 28 Tusculum 7 Emory & Henry

47 31 0 40 27 6 10

1921 (7-1-1) 27 Knoxville High 0 Tennessee 7 Cumberland C. 54 Milligan 16 Roanoke 47 Cumberland U 5 Carson-Newman 34 Emory & Henry 34 Chattanooga

0 7 7 0 0 7 0 7 0

1922 (4-4-0) 59 ETSU 0 Tennessee 19 Milligan 20 Transylvania (Ky.) 0 Xavier 0 Mercer 35 Emory & Henry 0 King

0 21 6 0 25 12 6 31

1923 (7-3-1) 73 Mars Hill 61 Weaver 14 Tennessee 14 Milligan 0 Kentucky 74 Lincoln Memorial 28 Georgetown 0 King 0 Sewanee 73 ETSU 9 Cumberland University

0 0 14 3 28 0 6 17 20 0 3

1924 (5-2-1) 103 Union (Ky.) 35 Lincoln Memorial 10 Tennessee 30 Milligan 26 Xavier University 28 MTSU 7 Carson-Newman 3 Roanoke

0 0 28 7 6 0 10 3

1925 (7-2) 6 Kentucky 54 Mars Hill 0 Tennessee 83 Weaver 10 King 21 Georgetown 28 Cumberland U 14 LMU 17 Concordia State

13 0 13 0 0 0 13 7 7

1926 (7-3) 14 Tennessee Wesleyan 0 Kentucky 27 Tusculum 0 Tennessee 56 LMU 42 King 34 Georgetown 14 Cumberland U 10 Carson-Newman 12 Stetson

0 25 0 6 0 0 7 13 6 14

1927 (5-3-1) 6 Kentucky 0 Tennessee Wesleyan 0 Tennessee 19 Tusculum 73 Bluefield 33 King 45 Lenior-Rhyne 18 Cumberland U 0 Carson-Newman

6 13 7 0 0 0 6 0 26

1928 (6-2-1) 6 Tennessee Wesleyan 0 Tennessee 28 King 18 Tusculum 6 Oglethorpe 7 Lenoir-Rhyne 13 Cumberland University 18 Carson-Newman 14 Georgetown (Ky.)

13 41 0 0 6 0 0 12 6


1 1 9 y e a r s o f Maryvil l e Col l e ge footbal l 1929 (5-3-1) 27 Tennessee Wesleyan 0 Kentucky 15 King 7 MTSU 0 Vanderbilt University 0 Milligan 20 Lenoir-Rhyne 12 Carson-Newman

0 40 6 0 33 0 7 0

1930 (5-4) 46 Mars Hill 0 Tennessee 19 Tennessee Wesleyan 0 Kentucky 6 Emory & Henry 6 Howard 14 Carson-Newman 39 Milligan 13 Lenoir-Rhyne

0 54 7 57 7 14 0 0 7

1931 (5-2-2) 25 Lincoln Memorial 0 Tennessee 0 Kentucky 51 Union 26 Tennessee Wesleyan 6 Howard 0 Milligan 14 Lenoir-Rhyne 7 Carson-Newman

0 33 19 0 7 6 0 6 0

1932 (4-5-0) 7 Hiwassee 12 MTSU 25 Tennessee Wesleyan 0 Tusculum 0 King 0 Tennessee 34 Milligan 14 Lenoir-Rhyne 12 Appalachian State

14 0 0 7 20 60 0 25 0

1933 (4-5-1) 2 Kentucky 0 Tennessee Wesleyan 26 Tusculum 12 King 0 MTSU 0 Lenoir-Rhyne 13 ETSU 12 Cullowhee (W. Carolina) 33 Milligan 6 Carson-Newman

46 0 0 0 25 7 32 0 0 27

1934 (4-6-0) 0 Kentucky 12 Tennessee Wesleyan 6 Tusculum 7 Lenoir-Rhyne 6 King 6 ETSU 6 Xavier University 7 Cumberland University 13 MTSU 7 Carson-Newman

26 14 8 6 0 19 40 29 7 6

1935 (4-5-1) 0 Kentucky 60 27 Hiwassee 6 24 Tusculum 0 2 Lenoir-Rhyne 0 7 King 7 0 Cumberland University 21 0 Tennessee Wesleyan 13 6 ETSU 0

7 MTSU 0 Carson-Newman

20 6

1936 (5-5-0) 3 Kentucky 27 Hiwassee 14 Tusculum 19 Cullowee (W. Carolina) 7 Milligan 0 ETSU 0 Tennessee 16 King 0 Carson-Newman

12 MTSU 7 Appalachian State 6 Morehead State

54 0 0 0 6 2 34 14 26

1943-1945 No Team - World War II

1937 (5-2-1) 0 University of Chattanooga 19 25 Tusculum 0 12 Hiwassee 0 20 Milligan 7 0 Lenoir-Rhyne College 0 20 Cumberland University 6 20 King 0 10 ETSU 13 1938 (4-5-1) 7 Kentucky 28 Tusculum 15 Milligan 28 Tennessee Wesleyan 6 Union (Ky.) 12 Lenoir-Rhyne 6 King 13 ETSU 0 Cumberland University 7 Carson-Newman

46 0 0 7 13 12 13 20 13 0

1939 (4-5-0) 7 Union (Ky.) 26 Tusculum 2 Milligan 14 Tennessee Wesleyan 19 Carson-Newman 0 King 7 ETSU 10 Cumberland University 13 Newberry (S.C.)

0 0 7 26 6 13 20 0 40

1940 (5-5-0) 14 Hiwassee 7 19 Cumberland University 18 6 Milligan 20 7 King 0 0 University of Chattanooga 28 0 ETSU 6 12 Emory & Henry 0 0 Tennessee Tech 35 25 Tusculum 18 15 Carson-Newman 27 1941 (8-1-0) 32 Hiwassee 47 Union (Ky.) 16 Transylvania (Ky.) 7 King 20 Emory & Henry 7 Carson-Newman 13 ETSU 14 Tusculum 33 Western Carolina

6 0 6 28 14 0 0 6 2

1942 (2-6-0) 33 Hiwassee 0 7 Newberry 25 7 University of Chattanooga 51 0 Milligan 19 32 Hiwassee 13

19 20 18

1946 (9-1-0) 33 Hiwassee 14 Tennessee Wesleyan 19 Centre 25 ETSU 19 Emory & Henry 20 MTSU 7 Sewanee 33 Carson-Newman 41 Tusculum Tangerine Bowl 7 Catawba (N.C.)

35

1947 (7-1-1) 33 Hiwassee 7 Tennessee Tech 27 Centre 31 ETSU 34 Sewanee 13 MTSU 7 Carson-Newman 20 Tusculum

0 13 0 7 0 6 7 0

1948 (4-4-0) 32 Hiwassee 12 MTSU 6 Sewanee 0 ETSU 12 Emory & Henry 7 Western Carolina 0 Tennessee Tech 20 Carson-Newman

0 13 12 20 6 6 21 18

1949 (4-5-0) 6 Hiwassee 13 Carson-Newman 13 MTSU 28 Centre 20 ETSU 20 Western Carolina 14 Austin-Peay 12 Carson-Newman 14 Jacksonville (Ala.) State

47 0 45 25 19 13 20 20 20

1950 (0-9-0) 20 Hiwassee 7 Jacksonville (Ala.) State 7 Centre 14 ETSU 0 Emory & Henry 0 Austin-Peay 6 Carson-Newman 6 Tusculum 14 Georgetown (Ky.)

34 21 14 34 56 35 28 7 34

1951 (0-8-0) 6 Hiwassee 0 Jacksonville (Ala.) State 7 Centre 0 ETSU 12 Emory & Henry 0 Carson-Newman 0 Georgetown (Ky.) 6 Carson-Newman 1952 (4-4-1) 39 Hiwassee 15 Jacksonville 0 Centre

0 0 0 2 6 6 0 7 0

13 13 0 0 21 20

ETSU Emory & Henry Carson-Newman Georgetown (Ky.) Carson-Newman Tennessee-Wesleyan

33 34 20 0 7 12

1953 (4-3-2) 55 Hiwassee 6 0 Jacksonville (Ala.) State 0 13 Centre 7 26 ETSU 20 0 Emory & Henry 7 7 Newberry 13 7 Tennessee “B” Team 0 0 Carson-Newman 7 6 Concord 6 1954 (4-3-2) 26 Hiwassee 0 Jacksonville (Ala.) State 12 Centre 14 ETSU 14 Emory & Henry 0 Newberry 21 Howard (Samford) 13 Carson-Newman 14 Concord

6 14 7 20 14 27 12 17 13

1955 (3-5-0) 0 Jacksonville (Ala.) State 0 Centre 18 ETSU 0 Emory & Henry 20 Tennessee “B” Team 21 Howard (Samford) 13 Carson-Newman 13 Concord

7 17 28 44 12 12 17 6

1956 (3-6-0) 13 Morehead (Ky.) State 13 Centre 14 ETSU 9 Emory & Henry 21 Tennessee Wesleyan 20 Howard (Samford) 7 Jacksonville (Ala.) State 20 Concord 14 Carson-Newman

18 20 29 13 6 13 26 7 20

1957 (3-5-1) 14 Tennessee Wesleyan 0 Moorehead (Ky.) State 19 Centre 0 Jacksonville (Ala.) State 0 ETSU 13 Emory & Henry 7 Howard (Samford) 25 Concord 13 Carson-Newman

7 12 7 20 40 48 20 6 13

7 26 13 27 38 12 21 27

1958 (0-9-0) 6 Georgia Military 7 Centre 8 Jacksonville (Ala.) State 12 Georgetown (Ky.) 0 Emory & Henry 0 Sewanee 7 Lenoir-Rhyne 12 Concord (W.V.) 0 Carson-Newman

8 13 28 25 42 46 66 40 75

0 0 20

1959 (1-7-0) 0 Howard (Samford) 0 Morehead (Ky.) State 6 Centre

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Georgetown (Ky.) Emory & Henry Sewanee Lenoir-Rhyne Carson-Newman

1960 (3-5-1) 0 Howard (Samford) 0 Morehead (Ky.) State 6 Centre 6 Georgetown (Ky.) 0 Emory & Henry 36 Bridgewater (Va.) 35 Mars Hill (N.C.) 0 Carson-Newman Rocket Bowl 19 Millsaps

14 46 22 68 12 14 25 17 20 0 0 0 7 0

1961 (6-2-0) 34 Centre 27 Georgetown (Ky.) 0 Emory & Henry 31 Bridgewater (Va.) 22 Southwestern (Rhodes) 6 Millsaps 8 Fredrick 20 Carson-Newman

0 14 12 0 10 0 7 29

1962 (4-4-0) 21 Mars Hill 33 Centre 0 Georgetown (Ky.) 7 Emory & Henry 27 Hanover (Ind.) 0 Southwestern (Rhodes) Univ. 14 Millsaps 7 Carson-Newman

0 14 9 14 14 7 3 17

1963 (8-1-0) 14 Mars Hill 20 Centre 13 Georgetown (Ky.) 6 Emory & Henry 19 Hanover 28 Guilford 22 Millsaps 13 Guilford 1 7 Carson-Newman

0 7 12 13 17 0 0 7 14

1964 (7-1-0) 20 Centre 20 Georgetown (Ky.) 20 Emory & Henry 31 Livingston (Ala.) 19 Guilford (N.C.) 21 Millsaps 6 Mars Hill 14 Carson-Newman

6 14 12 22 17 12 0 24

1965 (0-9-1) 0 Southwestern (Rhodes) 8 Centre 0 Georgetown (Ky.) 12 Emory & Henry 0 Livingston (Ala..) 6 Guilford (N.C.) 13 Millsaps 6 Mars Hill 7 Carson-Newman Honaker Bowl 17 Earlham

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14 14 23 13 30 39 28 6 37 26

1966 (1-9-0) 0 Southwestern (Rhodes) 6 Georgetown (Ky.) 17 Mars Hill (N.C.) 0 Emory & Henry 7 Livingston (Ala.) 10 Harding 17 Centre 17 Millsaps 0 Carson-Newman Honaker Bowl 13 Concord

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1967 (1-7-1) 10 Hampden-Sydney 7 Georgetown (Ky.) 7 Mars Hill (N.C.) 6 Emory & Henry 7 Livingston (Ala.) 16 Harding 0 Millsaps 0 Carson-Newman 7 Southwestern (Rhodes)

14 12 0 35 42 27 0 28 48

1968 (3-6-0) 7 Hampden-Sydney 13 Georgetown (Ky.) 7 Austin (Tx.) 21 Emory & Henry 0 Randolph-Macon (Va.) 28 Franklin (Ind.) 17 Millsaps 7 Carson-Newman 15 Southwestern (Rhodes)

16 19 29 50 50 13 13 8 14

1969 (4-5-0) 21 Georgetown (Ky.) 7 Austin (Tx.) 34 Sewanee 3 Emory & Henry 14 Randolph-Macon (Va.) 6 Centre 12 Millsaps 14 Carson-Newman 35 Southwestern (Rhodes)

7 34 22 14 17 0 14 39 6

1970 (3-6-0) 7 Hampden-Sydney 13 Georgetown (Ky.) 7 Austin (Tx.) 21 Emory & Henry 0 Randolph-Macon (Va.) 28 Franklin (In.) 17 Millsaps 7 Carson-Newman 15 Southwestern (Rhodes)

16 19 29 50 50 13 13 8 14

1971 (5-4-0) 0 Hampden-Sydney 36 Georgetown (Ky.) 12 Emory & Henry 29 Randolph-Macon (Va.) 21 Capital University 14 Millsaps 6 Carson-Newman 18 Southwestern (Rhodes) 21 Gardner-Webb (N.C.)

27 3 28 22 14 17 17 12 13

1972 (7-2-0) 27 Hampden-Sydney 42 Centre 36 Georgetown 12 Randolph-Macon (Va.) 49 Emory & Henry 34 Bridgewater (Va.) 27 Franklin (Ind.) 47 Millsaps 49 Southwestern (Rhodes)

26 7 6 18 12 7 47 14 14

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1973 (5-4-0) 0 Hampden-Sydney 24 Centre 21 Georgetown 27 Randolph-Macon (Va.) 0 Emory & Henry 7 Bridgewater (Va.) 20 Franklin (Ind.) 6 Millsaps 27 Southwestern (Rhodes)

11 7 6 7 28 0 31 14 16

1974 (2-6-1) 18 Centre 7 Franklin (In.) 0 Randolph-Macon (Va.) 21 Georgetown (Ky.) 24 Bridgewater (Va.) 7 Millsaps 7 Southwestern (Rhodes) 15 Emory & Henry 6 Livingston (Al.)

7 40 23 28 7 21 7 20 25

1975 (0-9-0) 21 Centre 7 Knoxville College 10 Franklin (Ind.) 0 Randolph-Macon (Va.) 7 Georgetown (Ky.) 11 Bridgewater (Va.) 0 Millsaps 0 Southwestern (Rhodes) 7 Emory & Henry

28 41 34 12 28 14 27 31 21

1976 (7-2-0) 20 Knoxville College 17 Centre 11 Hampden-Sydney 24 Lane (Tenn.) 63 St. Leo (Fla.) 12 Millsaps 17 Southwestern (Rhodes) 34 Emory & Henry 28 Guilford

21 9 10 26 2 6 0 38 10

1977 (6-2-0) 21 Emory & Henry 35 Bridgewater (Va.) 27 Centre 42 Washington & Lee 17 Millsaps 35 Bluefield (W.V.) 21 Southwestern (Rhodes) 11 Hampden-Sydney

16 0 3 0 10 0 28 28

1978 (8-1-0) 17 Emory & Henry 13 Bridgewater (Va.) 0 Evansville (Ind.) 13 Washington & Lee 13 Millsaps 56 St. Leo (Fla.) 55 Southwestern (Rhodes) 35 Baptist Christian 27 Centre

6 6 3 0 7 0 36 0 3

1979 (7-2-0) 15 Carson-Newman 28 Bridgewater (Va.) 30 Emory & Henry 17 Lane (Tenn.) 7 Univ. of Central Florida 10 Millsaps 29 Southwestern (Rhodes) 55 Washington & Lee 14 Centre

7 15 14 9 10 17 6 21 6

1980 (5-5-0) 23 Centre 9* Carson-Newman 0 Bridgewater (Va.) 13 Emory & Henry 24 Hampden-Sydney 16 Southwestern (Rhodes) 7 Millsaps 21 Randolph-Macon (Va.) 23 Washington & Lee 0 Guilford (N.C.) 路Forfeit from Carson-Newman

12 41 24 6 7 39 17 34 20 14

1981 (5-4-1) 54 Baptist 35 Hampden-Sydney 40 Bridgewater (Va.) 14 Emory & Henry 12 Washington & Lee 24 Southwestern (Rhodes) 6 Millsaps 24 Randolph-Macon (Va.) 0 DePauw (In.) 7 West Georgia

6 20 2 10 14 24 33 18 26 41

1982 (2-8-0) 63 Baptist 7 Hampden-Sydney 13 Bridgewater (Va.) 12 Emory & Henry 14 Washington & Lee 0 University of Dayton 14 Millsaps 7 Randolph-Macon (Va.) 3 Knoxville College 13 West Georgia

0 10 14 7 0 62 29 14 42 45

1983 (2-6-0) 7 Hampden-Sydney 24 Bridgewater (Va.) 3 Catholic (D.C.) University 7 Washington & Lee 7 Baptist 0 Millsaps 0 Randolph-Macon (Va.) 10 Emory & Henry

31 7 24 44 0 49 52 27

1984 (2-7-0) 13 Hampden-Sydney 6 Bridgewater (Va.) 37 Baptist 14 Washington & Lee 13 Centre 13 Millsaps 6 Randolph-Macon (Va.) 6 Emory & Henry 0 Catholic (D.C.) University

12 7 0 24 35 14 36 49 48

1985 (3-7-0) 31 Union (Ky.) 13 Centre 14 Bridgewater (Va.) 33 Cumberland College 17 Washington & Lee 31 Sewanee 7 Hampden-Sydney 14 Randolph-Macon (Va.) 29 Samford (Howard) 6 Emory & Henry

20 0 35 23 42 46 26 73 35 42

1986 (3-7-0) 8 Union (Ky.) 14 Centre 14 Bridgewater 17 Cumberland College 35 Washington & Lee 49 Sewanee 7 Hampden-Sydney

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1987 (1-9-0) 14 Wingate (N.C.) 2 Centre 0 Cumberland College 24 Washington & Lee 9 Sewanee 14 Hampden-Sydney 0 Randolph-Macon (Va.) 10 Samford (Howard) 23 Emory & Henry 3 Tennessee Wesleyan

34 6 42 19 27 34 9 72 54 9

1988 (2-7-0) 19 Rhodes 14 Centre 13 Cumberland College 0 Washington & Lee 20 Sewanee 7 Hampden-Sydney 7 Randolph-Macon 22 Tennessee Wesleyan 14 Emory & Henry

30 42 38 20 10 41 19 7 40

1989 (4-6-0) 7 Rhodes 7 Centre 7 Lambuth (Tenn.) 28 Tennessee Wesleyan 10 Washington & Lee 24 Sewanee 0 Hampden-Sydney 44 Methodist (N.C.) 6 Campbellsville (Ky.) 13 Emory & Henry

41 27 26 0 26 14 30 13 0 29

1990 (5-5-0) 0 Rhodes 13 Centre 7 Lambuth (Tenn.) 29 Tennessee Wesleyan 21 Washington & Lee 7 Sewanee 14 Hampden-Sydney 24 Methodist (N.C.) 34 Cumberland University 7 Emory & Henry

41 35 28 15 7 6 24 6 28 61

1991 (7-3-0) 7 Tennessee Wesleyan 14 Rhodes 21 Centre 21 Lambuth (Tenn) 26 Clinch Valley (Va.) 7 Sewanee 38 Cumberland University 35 Methodist (N.C.) 37 Tusculum (Tenn.) 8 Emory & Henry 1992 (5-5-0) 0 Tennessee Wesleyan 10 Mercehurst (Pa.) 21 Centre 15 USewanee 29 Clinch Valley (Va.) 23 Cumberland University 49 Rhodes 34 Methodist (N.C.) 19 Tusculum 14 Emory & Henry

17 7 5 11 16 28 6 7 19 20 17 14 17 18 19 21 27 6 26 24

1993 (6-4-0) 6 Kentucky Wesleyan 27 Centre 26 Sewanee 6 Cumberland University 30 Tennessee Wesleyan 10 Clinch Valley (Va.) 16 Rhodes 18 Methodist (N.C.) 14 Tusculum 29 Emory & Henry

7 21 14 18 20 29 12 17 22 28

1994 (5-5-0) 14 Rhodes 38 Kentucky Wesleyan 19 Davidson (N.C.) 25 Sewanee 22 Clinch Valley (Va.) 15 Centre 26 Sue Bennett (Ky.) 18 Methodist (N.C.) 22 Tusculum 19 Emory & Henry

27 27 14 23 33 37 12 13 63 42

1995 (5-5-0) 7 North Greenville (S.C.) 28 Davidson (N.C.) 19 Sewanee 37 Clinch Valley (Va.) 17 Rhodes 26 Centre 14 Sue Bennett (Ky.) 13 Methodist (N.C.) 7 Wittenburg (Ohio) 6 Emory & Henry

15 21 20 53 14 7 10 23 41 3

1996 (3-7-0) 7 North Greenville (S.C.) 55 14 Davidson (N.C.) 24 30 Kentucky Wesleyan 25 14 Sewanee 13 21 Rhodes 10 7 Wittenburg (Oh.) 60 21 Centre 24* 19 Clinch Valley (Va.) 30 24 Methodist (N.C.) 31 0 Emory & Henry 32 *Overtime

1999 (7-3-0) 19 Rhodes 27 Stillman (Al.) 24 Cumberland College 30 Millsaps 21 Bridgewater (Va.) 23 Centre 28 Bethel (Tenn.) 9 Bethany (W.V.) 13 Hampden-Sydney 21 Emory & Henry *Overtime 2000 (3-7-0) 24 Cumberland College 21 Rhodes 14 Stillman (Al.) 3 Millsaps 10 Bridgewater (Va.) 17 Centre 29 Bethel (Tenn.) 38 Blackburn (Ill.) 14 Hampden-Sydney 17 Emory & Henry *Overtime 2001 (2-8-0) 7 Cumberland College 7 Rhodes 3 Univ. of Virginia at Wise 0 Sewanee 0 Millsaps 10 Centre 24 Bethel (Tenn.) 52 Blackburn (Ill.) 21 Hampden-Sydney 0 Thomas More 2002 (0-10-0) 38 Westminister 21 Rhodes 0 Bridgewater 19 Sewanee 21 Millsaps 13 Case Western 7 Centre 28 Bethel 7 Thomas More 23 Hampden-Sydney *Overtime

1997 (3-7-0) 24 Thomas More (Ky.) 25 Davidson (N.C.) 24 Kentucky Wesleyan 0 Sewanee 38 Rhodes 30 Bethel (Tenn.) 22 Centre 19 Wilmington (Ohio) 14 Tusculum 27 Emory & Henry

30 41 45 31 26 14 36 26 28 24

1998 (4-6-0) 6 Tusculum 28 Cumberland College 34 Wilmington (Ohio) 48 Rhodes 17 Millsaps 7 Centre 24 Bethel (Tenn.) 20 Bethany (W.V.) 24 Thomas More (Ky.) 0 Emory & Henry

2003 (2-8-0) 12 Westminister 20 Rhodes 7 Bridgewater 28 Sewanee 28 Millsaps 17 Case Western 0 Centre 7 Frostburg State 12 Thomas More 14 Hampden-Sydney

24 31 33 6 21 3 0 25 36 48

2004 (5-4-0) 14 Averett 14 Rhodes 16 Sewanee 16 Case Western 35 Centre 0 Frostburg State 28 Thomas More 14 Newport News 36 Huntingdon *Overtime

30 6 21 10 20* 30 0 21 3 10

21* 26 33 23 14 21 8 0 42 34

35 41 41 13 17 35 21 7 45 48 41* 46 42 27 34 42 33 33 56 51

7 38 59 43 20 27 33 31 29 82

2005 (3-7-0) 28 Averett 2 Christopher Newport 35 Greensboro 14 Sewanee 25 NC Wesleyan 34 Ferrum 13 Centre 24 Methodist 36 Shenandoah 35 Huntington

31 53 27 33 41 56 17 28 13 31

2006 (5-5) 47 LaGrange 14 Centre 36 Greensboro 8 Sewanee 50 NC Wesleyan 20 Ferrum 31 Christopher Newport 30 Methodist 51 Shenandoah 44 Averett

7 17 39 16 48 14 48 26 16 58

2007 (7-3) 21 LaGrange 22 Centre 27 Huntingdon 24 Greensboro 20 NC Wesleyan 26 Ferrum 13 Christopher Newport 23 Methodist 21 Shenandoah 43 Averett

3 15 24 7 51 23 27 27 10 6

2008 (5-5) 35 Huntingdon 20 Centre 14 LaGrange 17 Greensboro 37 NC Wesleyan 10 Ferrum 31 Christopher Newport 38 Methodist 23 Shenandoah 17 Averett

41 17 38 16 24 24 38 0 20 20

2009 (4-6) 13 Huntingdon 17 Centre 23 LaGrange 36 Methodist 22 Shenandoah 21 Averett 17 NC Wesleyan 12 Greensboro 21 Christopher Newport 14 Ferrum

31 24 6 30 19 24 51 26 14 21

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54 35 17 17 7 14 34 6 42 21

2011 (4-6) 7 Huntingdon 7 Tennessee Tech 10 LaGrange 3 Ferrum 26 Methodist 21 Shenandoah 45 Averett 23 NC Wesleyan 42 Greensboro 20 Christopher Newport

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Maryville College Football All-Americans

All-American Kyle Chewning

YEAR 1946 1946 1946 1946 1947 1952 1953 1953 1954 1954 1956 1957 1958 1961 1962 1963 1964 1967 1968 1972 1972 1972 1972 1973 1973 1977 1980 1981 1986 1989 1992 1993 1993 1995 2001 2005 2009

NAME............................. POSITION Leon Berrong.....................Tailback Robert Garner...................Center Marvin Mitchell..................Tackle Hershell Merriman.............Fullback Hershell Merriman.............Fullback Joe Bender........................Tackle Jimmy Campbell................Safety Clarence Shepard..............Tailback Clarence Shepard..............Tailback Jerry King..........................Guard Buddy White......................Fullback Jimmy Harris......................Tailback Dan Greaser.......................Quarterback Bill Owenby.......................End Pete Stafford.....................Tackle Ken Berry...........................Fullback Benny Monroe...................Quarterback Steve Dockery...................Defensive Back Don Hickman.....................Defensive Back Mike Butler........................Split End/Safety Larry Stephens...................Defensive Back Joe Costner.......................Quarterback David Clinton.....................Linebacker Earl McMahan....................Guard Rodney Stephens..............Tailback Wayne Dunn......................Linebacker Jeff Skipper.......................Punter Jon Watson........................Defensive Back Mike Walsh........................Free Safety Pat Wade...........................Free Safety Thomas Smith....................Offensive Guard Thomas Smith....................Offensive Guard Peter Oakes.......................Defensive Tackle Lorenzo Howard................Free Safety Brian Gossett.....................Offensive Lineman Colby Townsend................Defensive Tackle Kyle Chewning...................Linebacker

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS 1981 John Watson......................Defensive Back 1999 Kevin Hedrick....................Defensive End 2000 Brian Gossett.....................Offensive Lineman 2001 Doug Loomis.....................Punter DISNEY SCHOLAR ATHLETE FINALIST 1992 David King.........................Wide Receiver PRE-SEASON ALL-AMERICANS 2005 Colby Townsend................Defensive Tackle 2006 Colby Townsend................Defensive Tackle 2007 Dustin Locke......................Return Specialist 2010 Wesley Idlette....................Wide Receiver 2011 Wesley Idlette....................Wide Receiver 2011 Bud Christy........................Defensive Back 2011 Blake Barnes......................Defensive Tackle All-American Colby Townsend

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m a r y v i l l e sc ots 2012 Te am ph oto

Ma r y v i l l e Sc ots SUP P ORT Staff

Greg Judkins

Honaker Field, Boydson Baird Gymnasium, and Scotland Yard will continue to have a familiar voice echo across the highlands as Greg Judkins returns to the public address system for the Scots in 2012-13. Greg is the voice of the Maryville High School Red Rebels football and baseball programs and has done Maryville College football, basketball, and baseball games for over 16 years. Greg was honored for his service to the college as the 2012 Ken Kribbs Award recipient.

George DeBaby WKVL Radio 850 Fighting Scots fans will once again enjoy the play-by-play coverage of George DeBaby on all MC football games in 2012 as well as home basketball games for the Scots and Lady Scots during their 2012-2013 campaign. 2012-2013 will be the 11th season that DeBaby will cover the Scots. Country Radio AM 850 will also have a Thursday MC Athletics broadcast and serve as the voice simulcast for live video coverage from Loch & Key M a r y v i l l e C o l l e g e F o o t b a l l | 2 0 12

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FIGHTING SCOTS GRIDIRON CLUB President Darrel Lauderdale Vice President Kenny Myers Treasurer Brian Gossett Secretary Steve Gordon Club Projects

Locker Room Painting Storage Building Construction Team Cookouts Cody Bowers Memorial Annual High School Passing Day Annual Golf Tournament

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Membership Fee is $100.00 Please make checks payable to the Fighting Scots Gridiron Club Mail Checks and Application to Fighting Scots Gridiron Club C/O Brian Gossett 1146 Willow Creek Circle Maryville, TN 37804 (All resources will be deposited into the Fighting Scots Gridiron account, set up through Maryville College) Are you an MC Football Alumni? ______ If so, please list the years that you played ____________What position(s) played? ________ T-Shirt Size: List any playing accolades:

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<< 2012 Cheerleaders

Front Row L to R Lauren Vasquez, Erin Burns, Leah Petr, Melanie Kirby Middle Row L to R Tori Edmiston, Shenelle Hendricks, August Greer, Kira Chambers, Emily Broussard, Hollie Malin, Kelly Hertzel Standing Row L to R Cheyenne Fawver, Brandi Berghorn, Rachel Huddleston, Erin Gray, Shelby Marttala, Emily Fain, Coach Millicent Dunn

2012 Dance Team >>

L to R: Rachel Burton, Emily Fain, Allyson Boling, Sheryl Tingling, Katy Crockarell, Katie Fair, Lauren Evans. Not pictured: Aerial Carter, Bethany Bodeaux, Laure-Ann Vivet

2012 Football Seniors

L to R (Top Row): Andrew Jenkins, Kane Crowell, Jake Berwind, Jordan Keller, Paul Costanzo, John Worley, Cody Martin, Austin Armstrong, Jonathan Sykes L to R (Front Row): Zane Winders, Dustin Dudley, Devin Brunsvold, Jamie Owen, Chad Johnson, Zach Duncan, Matt Likins, Tim Foster, Tony Gill

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Athletic Training Staff Sharon Wood, Grant Davis, Jennie Hess

This dynamic trio does everything possible to prevent injuries and provide our 350 student-athletes with a safe, successful athletic experience. Our athletics training facility is one of the larger, better-equipped facilities in the region. The staff includes three NATA certified athletic trainers and three team physicians. The 2012-2013 student athletic trainers include senior Sarah Schmid, sophomores Montana Dunn, Rachel Dunn, and Samantha Turner as well as freshmen Hunter Amos, Shelby Hank, and Lauren McGee.

Sharon Wood, Head Athletic Trainer

Twenty-five years ago Sharon Wood returned to Maryville College as our Head Athletic Trainer. The job of coordinating our sports medicine program has been in good hands ever since that 1987 season. Sharon graduated from Maryville College in 1983 with a degree in physical education. At Maryville College, she was the captain of the tennis team and the first recipient of our Carl H. Black Student Trainer of the Year Award. She graduated from the University of Tennessee with a Master’s Degree in Exercise Physiology. She is licensed in Tennessee as an Athletic Trainer and Emergency Medical Technician-IV. During her tenure at Maryville College, Sharon has maintained an excellent student trainer program. As our athletic program has grown, our athletic trainers have been there to prevent, evaluate, and treat every athletic injury. While at Maryville College, Sharon had the opportunity to work with some of the world’s finest athletes as a volunteer athletic trainer for the Atlanta Olympic Games in 1996 and at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs in 1997 and 2000. In 2000, she was chosen as the athletic trainer for USA Basketball’s College Select Team, which traveled to Taiwan to play in the William R. Jones Cup. In 1998, the Tennessee Athletic Trainers Society chose her as the College Athletic Trainer of the Year. In 1999, she was awarded the Outstanding Administrator at Maryville College. In 2000, she was inducted into the Maryville College Athletic Wall of Fame. Sharon is also an adjunct instructor for Maryville College in the PHR department. She is also an instructor trainer for the American Red Cross in CPR and First Aid.

Grant Davis, Assistant Athletic Trainer

Grant Davis came to Maryville College after having served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga for a pair of seasons. Davis earned his bachelor’s degree in athletic training from Carson-Newman College in 2009 followed by his master’s degree in clinical exercise physiology from UTC. While working on his graduate degree, Davis served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer for UTC. He covered the Mocs men’s and women’s golf, football, and wrestling squads for the 2010-2011 academic year. The fall of 2012 begins Grant’s second year of service with the Maryville College Scots. While at Maryville, Grant will concentrate on the care of MC’s 350 student-athletes and will implement daily the proper prevention, evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries and illnesses. Grant is no stranger to the local community. He graduated from local Alcoa High School and his love for the outdoors pushes him to enjoy hiking, swimming, and running half marathons. He shares those interests with his new wife Abbi. The Davis family lives in Alcoa.

Team Physicians Jennie Hess, Assistant Athletic Trainer

W. Ken Bell, MD

Ken Bell has guided the Maryville College medical staff since 1982. Under his guidance, our sports medicine program has grown into one of the finest in Division III. A native of Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Ken received his medical Jennie Hess joined the Maryville College Athletic degree from the University of Tennessee Center for Health Training staff in the fall of Sciences in Memphis in 1976. He completed his orthopedic 2011. Hess is a graduate residency in 1981 at the Willis C. Campbell Clinic/University of Tennessee in Memphis. He has been in private practice of Texas A&M University where she focused on ap- with Maryville Orthopedic Clinic since 1982. Dr. Bell is board-certified as an orthopedic surgeon by the plied exercise physiology while gaining her degree in American Board of Orthopedic Surgeons since 1984. He has special interests in sports medicine, joint replacement Kinesiology in 2008. She surgery, and wilderness medicine. Dr. Bell has been actively attained her Master of Science degree in Athletic Training involved in leadership roles with Blount Memorial Hospital from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 2011. and the Maryville community. He served on the Maryville While in College Station, Texas as an undergraduate, JenCity School Board for eight years, serving as Chairman of nie gained training experience with the Aggies men’s and the Board for four of those years. Dr. Bell also served on the women’s track, softball, football, and women’s basketball Maryville City Council for four years. He is currently a comprograms. mittee member for Blount County Young Life. As a graduate student, Jennie helped the Mocs’ women’s Dr. Bell and his wife Patty reside in Maryville. They have four soccer, wrestling, and football programs while also gaining sons, including Andy Bell, who is a graduate of Maryville experience at local high schools and family practice faciliCollege’s class of 1999. ties. She is certified in Adult CPR-AED and CPR/First Aid by the Dr. Bell also serves as the Medical Director of the Maryville College Mountain Challenge program. Some of his personal American Heart Association. She is eligible for Tennessee interests include traveling, hiking, biking, triathlons, and Athletic Training licensure while being a certified athletic trainer since May 2011. Jennie has been a licensed athletic marathons. Dr. Bell was inducted into the Maryville College Wall of trainer in Texas since 2009. Fame in 2006.

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Eric Morgan, MD Eric Morgan has been an invaluable addition to the Maryville College medical team. Dr. Morgan is a graduate of Marshall University, where he played offensive line on the Thundering Herd Football Team. He graduated from the medical school at Marshall, then completed a five-year residency at Mount Carmel Medical Center in Columbus, Ohio. Following his residency, he completed a trauma fellowship and a sports medicine fellowship at Grant Medical Center in Ohio. He has added a wealth of knowledge to our sports medicine team since joining our program in 1998. Dr. Morgan is board-certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgeons and a specialist in shoulder surgery and sports medicine. Dr. Morgan, his wife Tonja, and their two children live in Maryville. Dr. Morgan also serves as the team physician for Heritage High School. In his free time, Dr. Morgan enjoys fishing, hunting, scuba diving, backpacking, guitar, and photography.

Russell Gibson, MD Dr. Russell Gibson is a graduate of Maryville College (class of ‘82) and Quillen College of Medicine at East Tennessee State University. He has served as our team physician since his return to Maryville in 1989. Dr. Gibson’s role in our sports medicine program is to guide us in the general health care of our athletes. Dr. Gibson is board-certified by the American Board of Family Practice. He also holds certification in NBME part I - II, FAA Aviation Medical Exam, and as a Medical Review Officer. Dr. Gibson is married to the former Kay Lippincott, and they have three children. The Gibson’s live in Maryville. Dr. Gibson is in private practice at 129 Montgomery Lane, Maryville.

2012 Maryville College Football Media Guide  

The official 2012 Maryville College Football Media Guide featuring first year head coach Mike Rader