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SCHOOL OF MINES & TECHNOLOGY The South Dakota School of Mines and Technology would like to welcome you to Dunham Field at O'Harra Stadium.The football field and facilities has recently received quite a face lift with the addition of state-of-the art locker rooms, a prestige turf playing surface on the field, a high-tech Scoreboard capable of giving in-game statistics and six luxury sky boxes perched over the grandstands enabling fans to watch the game from a whole new perspective. It is truly one of the best facilities in the Dakota Athletic Conference.

Robert A. Wharton, Ph.D., became president of the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology on July 1, 2008. Previously, he served as provost and vice president for academic affairs at Idaho State University (ISU). Wharton was a tenured professor of biology at ISU and previously served as its chief research officer. His Ph.D. in botany is from Virginia Polytechnic Institute. He also holds a M.A. degree in biology and a B.A. in botany from Humboldt State University in California. Dr. Wharton is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.The Explorers Club, and the Royal Geographic Society.Wharton is a recipient of the United States Antarctic Service Medal and has served on the National Research Council's Polar Research Board.

Dick Kaiser, new Athletics Director at SD School of Mines Dick Kaiser earned a bachelor's degree in physical education from the University of Northern Colorado, a master's in educational administration from South Dakota State University, and a doctorate of education in athletic leadership and administration from Brigham Young University. He completed his post-doctorate in health education and administration at Oregon State University. For the past 10 years, Kaiser has served as the AD for Defiance College. Previously, he served as AD at Olivet College, Western Oregon University, and Willamette University. He has received a number of honors and awards from athletics organizations such as the National Association of Collegiate Directors of and fostering an environment of quality instruction Athletics (NACDA), National Collegiate Athletic As- and high scholarly and athletic achievement. He will sociation (NCAA), National Association of Intercol- also play a key role in athletic fundraising and continuing to build and maintain relationships with boosters legiate Athletics (NAIA), and others. and community leaders. He will oversee all operations "Athletics has always been considered a major activity at the School of Mines, and we look forward to in the athletic department, including intercollegiate applying Dick Kaiser's expertise in growing this impor- athletic sports; recruitment, selection, development, tant facet of campus life," School of Mines President and retention of coaches and staff; health of studentRobert A. Wharton, Ph.D., said."Having a full-time ath- athletes; and leadership and management of daily opletic director will allow us to devote the resources erations of the athletic department. Kaiser has two grown children, Cassie and Ryan; necessary to taking our athletics program to the next level.The School of Mines is grateful for the gift to the one grandson, Jack; and twin grandsons, expected in September. He will assume his post as athletic direcHardrock Club that helped make this goal a reality." As AD, Kaiser will be responsible for leading the tor on July 1,2009. athletics program through all phases of development

HARDROCKER FOOTBALL 2009 PRESEASON FACTS AND OUTLOOK General Information

Media Information

Name of School: South Dakota School of Mines Address: 501 East St. Joseph Street City/Zip: Rapid City, SD, 57701 Enrollment: 2100 Nickname: Hardrockers School Colors: Old Gold and Navy Blue Gymnasium: Goodell Gymnasium Affiliation: NAIA Conference: Dakota Athletic Conference President: Robert A. Wharton, Ph.D. Alma Mater: Virginia Polytechnic Institute/ Humboldt State University Athletics Director: Dick Kaiser Alma Mater: University of Northern Colorado/ South Dakota State University Athletic Department Phone: 605-394-2351 Athletic Department Fax: 605-394-6950

Newspapers Rapid City Journal P.O. Box 450 Rapid City, SD, 57709 Phone: 605-394-8430 Fax: 605-394-8463 E-mail: sports@rapidcityjournal.com

Radio KOTA Radio P.O. Box 1760 Rapid City, SD, 57709 Phone: 605-342-2000

Television

Sports Information Office

KEVN TV (Jamie Zepp) P.O. Box 677 Rapid City, SD, 57709 Phone: 605-394-7777 Fax:605-394-3652 E-mail: sports@blackhillsfox.com

Sports Information Director: Brad Blume Alma Mater: South Dakota State, SID Office Phone:605-394-2355 SID Fax: 605-394-6950 SID E-mail: bradley.blume@sdsmt.edu Athletics website: www.gorockers.com

KNBN (Justin Wickersham) P.O. Box 9549 Rapid City, SD, 57709 Phone: 605-355-0024 E-mail: sports@newscenter I .com

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Dan Kratzer Alma Mater: B.S., Missouri Valley College M.S., Central Missouri State Record at SDM: 10-30 Football Office Phone: 605-394-2604 Email: daniel.kratzer@sdsmt.edu Assistants: Lonnie Messick, Dan Dieringer, Charlie Giangrosso, Greg Hodgin and Dustin Thomas

Team Information 2008 Overall Record: 5-5 2008 DAC Record: 3-7 Home/Away/ Neutral Records: 3-2/ 2-3/ 0-0

KOTA TV (Jay Merigan.Vic Quick) P.O. Box 1760 Rapid City, SD, 57709 Phone: 605-342-2000 Fax:605-721-5730 E-mail: kotasports@kotasports.com

Dan Kratzer Head Coach Phone: (605) 394-2604 Email: Daniel.Kratzer@sdsmt.edu

Dan Kratzer will enter his fifth season as the Hardrocker head coach this fall. He was selected as head coach after five seasons as receivers coach and assistant head coach at Kent State University in Ohio. Kratzer spent six seasons as head coach at Lindenwood University in Missouri from 1995-2000, where he guided the team to its first ever NAIA playoff game in 1998. He served as head coach at Hastings College in Nebraska, from 1990-1994, where he won conference championships in 1991 and 1992, and guided the team to three NAIA playoff appearances. He has had additional experience as an assistant at Miami (Ohio) in 1986, as the head coach at Ohio Northern University in 1984 and 1985, and as an assistant at Indiana University in 1983. A native of Lathrop, Missouri, Kratzer received a bachelor's degree in physical education from Missouri Valley in 1971, and earned his master's degree in education from Central Missouri State University in 1976. He was selected in the 8th round of the 1972 NFL draft by the Cincinnati Bengals and moved to the Kansas City Chiefs in 1973. He served in 1982 as the administrative assistant for Coach Bill Walsh and the San Francisco 49ers summer camp. He and his wife Suzanne have two grown children, daughter Danielle and son Reggie, who played for his father at Lindenwood.They are proud grandparents of Danielle's daughter Reaghan and Reggie and Laura's daughter Kadence.

Dan Dieringer Offensive Coordinator I Offensive line Phone: (605) 394-2604 Email: Daniel.Dieringer@sdsmt.edu

Dieringer brings a wealth of knowledge to the 'Rocker staff with 19 years of coaching experience at the college level. Dieringer has coached at NCAA Div. II, Div. Ill and NAIA levels as an offensive coordinator and offensive line coach — most recently at Dodge City Community College in Kansas. "It's a real pleasure to have Dan on board. It will be a big plus for the program and obviously a big help to me to have a full-time offensive guy that has great experience," said Hardrocker football coach Dan Kratzer. "We've worked together five years previously and that helps a lot." Dieringer also served under Kratzer during a very successful stint (19952000) at Lindenwood University in Kingshighway, Mo. It was there that the two turned the Lions from a below .500 team to a program that is a perennial NAIA national contender.The duo took the Lions to their first ever NAIA playoff game in 1998. "The last time we were together, we had a lot of success," Dieringer said of working with Kratzer. "At the time we got into Lindenwood, the program had never had a winning season. We took them to the playoffs. We were able to take them from a 'where-are-they-on-the-map' kind of school to what they are now." Also over the past 20 years as a college coach, Dieringer is credited with coaching 27 all conference players, l4AII-American players, nine Academic All-Americans and nine athletes that went on to play professional football. As far as working for SD School of Mines, Dieringer said thanks to previous experience, the offense should have no problems adjusting as he is in sync to coach Kratzer schemes and game plans. "We've worked together and have the same offensive philosophy," Dieringer added.

Lonnie Messick Special Teams Coordinator / Linebackers

Phone: (605) 355-3025 Email: Lonnie.Messick@sdsmt.edu After the 2004 season and being responsible for coaching the linebackers and had the leading tackier on the Kent State University, Defense coach Messick was called to duty to train a military unit in Belgium, Congo. After six months extended duty he is back coaching as Special Teams Coordinator here at the South Dakota Mines. Coach Kratzer says he is glad to have such an addition to our staff, and will bring the type of discipline, intensity and most of all long term commitment that our players here so deserve. His coaching stops include Kent State, Margrave Military Academy, Marine Military Academy, Naval Academy and Bowie State University. In addition, Messick has coached numerous interservice teams at U.S. Marine Corps bases, including Pearl Harbor, Hawaii (1977-79); Camp Pendelton,California (1981-82);and Parris Island, South Carolina (1983-84). He retired from the Marine Corps in 1997 as a Lieutenant Colonel following 28 years in the service. Messick graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 1969 with a bachelor's degree in education. He and his wife Virginia reside in Rapid City. Their family includes daughter Jessica and son Scott and his wife Deirdre and twins Jake and Matt, and daughter Caroline.

Charlie Giangrosso Defensive Coordinator/ Strength Coach Phone: (605) 394-2604 Email: Charlie.Giangrosso@sdsmt.edu

Giangrosso, originally from Wichita, Kan., has a wealth of knowledge about the game, bringing 20-plus years experience mostly coaching at the college level. He most recently served a three-year stint at NCAA Div. Ill Bethany College in West Virginia. "I was the assistant head coach and defensive coordinator," Giangrosso said. "I've done both sides of the ball, but been mostly on the defensive (during career)." Including in his duties at SD Mines, Giangrosso will also be doing some recruiting, with his area including: northern Wyoming, eastern Montana and western North Dakota. Being a veteran coach, Giangrosso will bring a few new wrinkles to an already solid Hardrocker defense. On the grand scale however he wants to keep things a little simpler, using the old philosophy of "you get out what you put in." "I want these kids to come in and understand that if you play hard, you work hard and do things like that you're successful," Giangrosso said. "One of our (team) goals is to pay attention to details.Take care of the little things like work on your technique, work on your fundamentals and be very sound.That is my goal for these kids. I want them to be successful. Giangrosso has played high school and college football at the linebacker position. He has a wife (Patsy) and four boys (Eric, a sergeant in the army for 14 years, Patrick, an assistant wrestling coach at Missouri Valley College, Dominic, attending Missouri Valley College and Jacob, who just graduated high school and is starting a career in the army).

Dustin Thomas Defensive Line Coach

Dustin Thomas grew up in Mountain View, Wyo. He joins the Hardrocker football program as the defensive line coach. He is a graduate of South Dakota School of Mines, earning a degree in Metallurgical Engineering. He is very familiar with the football team as he was a member of the Hardrocker program from 2000-2005. Dustin has been around athletics his whole life, but joining the coaching staff last season was a new experience in that role. Dustin and his wife Amanda are expecting their first child later this fall and are very much looking forward to that. "Both working and going to school at SD School of Mines have been great experiences. The people here are great, and the atmosphere is second to none," Thomas said."Having the opportunity to be involved with the Hardrocker Football team and Hardrocker athletics, is a very rewarding, and I'm really looking forward to this upcoming season."

Greg Hodgin Running backs Coach

Greg Hodgin is a native of Rapid City where he played football for the Rapid City Stevens Raiders, graduating in 1999. This will be Greg's first opportunity to coach at the college level with the Hardrockers. He has also been the baseball coach for Rapid City Central for the past two seasons. "I am excited for the opportunity to help the Hardrockers in any way I can and I am glad to be here at South Dakota School of Mines."

Scott Baird Head Athletics Trainer

Scott Baird is a 1997 graduate of Dakota Wesleyan University and is in his third year as head athletic trainer at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. Before joining the School of Mines Athletic Department, he was an athletic trainer for the University of Wyoming where he covered both men's rugby and lacrosse. He brings much knowledge and experience to the School of Mines Sports Medicine Team. Scott has been married to Becky, a Physical Therapist in Rapid City, for 14 years.

Members of the 2009 Hardrockers kicking unit, from the left, are: special teams coordinator Lonnie Messick,Andy Smith, Ko/ten Jeldon, Gregory Gffin and head coach Dan Kratzer. Photo by Brad Blume

Members of trie 2009 Hardrocker defensive line, front row, from the left, are: David Junhke, Brett Brewer, Kyle Zorz, Andrew Munson, Andrew Isom and Aaron Sevigny. Back row, from the left, are: defensive line coach Dustin Thomas, Wyatt Stangohr, Austin Norberg, Brian Kemnitz, Bruce Struckman, Joseph Berke and assistant coach Zach Marcus. Photo by Brad Blume

Members of trie 2009 Hardrockers defensive backs group, front row, from the left, are: Josh Schmidt, Eric Yeash, James Hard/rig, Tom Lunzman, Dana Mellage, Ian Prichard and Josh Sherman. Back row, from the left, are: defensive coordinator Charlie Ciangrosso, Joseph Medina, Jordan Smith, Dustin Meneley, Houston Bashus,Zach Grapentine, Matt McGee and Marshall Davis.

Members of the 2009 Hardrocker offensive line, front row, from thel eft, are: Jon Peltz, Brian Freed, Shane Sweeney, Taylor Beamer.Zach Looney, Russell Humphrey, Wyott Hunter-Johnson andTodd Sherman. Back row, from the left, are: Jace Lemmon, Eric Westwang, Cliff Cling, Colin Williamson, offensive line coach Dan Dierringer, Kayne Ree, Mark Olson, David Randall and Clint Kling. Photo by Brad Blume

Members of the 2009 Hardrocker wide receiving corp., front row, from the left, are: Dusty Daniels, Logan Smidt,Andy Rogers, Tony Ostheimer andTarron Tees/ink. Bock row, from the left, are:Jaryd Francis, Logan Wiley Jonathan Tristaojoey Obendorfer, head coach Dan Kratzer, Jason Beilstein, EdWalicizek and Bernis Berber. Photo by Brad Blume

Members of the 2009 Hardrocker running back group, front row, from the left, are: Dakota Savagejordan Smith,Trevor Moheit,Anthony Renteria and Rod McRae. Back row, from the left, are: running backs coach Greg Hodgin,Tyler Barth, Dustin Rougeau, Colin Kling,Trevor Roberts and Jamie Dale. Photo by Brad Blume

Members of the 2009 Hardrockers defensive backs group, front row, from the left, are: Ryan Mclaughlin, Mitchell Hoellein, Garrett Peterson, Dustin Fisher, Domingo Delvalle, Gregory Blankenship and Shelby Banner. Back row, from the left, are: Everett Brill, Seth Adams, Jacob Ahl, Tim Luchini, Linebackers coach Lonnie Messick, Tyre// Anderson, Matt Kuske and Marc Baue. Photo by Brad Blume

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Members of the 2009 Hardrocker quarterback unit, front row, from the left, are: Tanner Ireland, Nick Russet, head coach Dan Kratzerjoe Sanchez and Marshall Davis. Photo by Brad Blume

SCHOOL OF MINES & TECHNOLOGY

Season Preview

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By Brad Blume Sports Information Director South Dakota School of Mines RAPID CITY —After posting the first .500 season in over 10 years during the 2008 campaign, the South Dakota School of Mines football program is ready to show even more improvement for the 2009 season as the Hardrockers keep climbing the ladder not only in the Dakota Athletic Conference but also the NAIA. After an impressive start to the season in which the 'Rockers routed their first two opponents (Haskell College and Trinity Bible College) SD Mines got some recognition around the league as a team on the rise. So much so that the Hardrockers received votes in the NAIA Top 25 coaches poll. SD Mines proved in 2008 that they were able to compete with every single team in the conference. Most of those games were decided by one or two plays which if had a different outcome could have given the 'Rockers a few more wins. The biggest highlight of the 2008 year arguable came during the last game of the season, when SD Mines hosted Black Hills State, the Hardrockers biggest, and oldest rivals. After a very competitive contest, the Hardrockers earned a hard-fought victory over a team that had been to the NAIA playoffs the previous two seasons and had defeated the Hardrockers earlier in the season. Many different factors contributed to the success the Hardrockers experienced in 2008.A good recruiting class along with a group of seasoned veterans are a couple of those factors. The Hardrockers had a several seniors that contributed to the 5-5 season: including DAC all conference players Chad Westendorf (DB) Matt Deardoff (OL) and Colton Clark (DE).AIso helping the squad last season were: Michael Kennedy (DL), Justin Griesinger (OL), Jordan Anderson (DL) Matt Fischer (DB)Jarod Luze (LB) and Joshua Jones (LB).This group of seniors provided

some much needed leadership to a young Hardrocker team as well as point them in the right direction. The Hardrockers were also treated to a very talented recruiting class with a couple of new players jumping right into playmaking roles and becoming instant contributors. The biggest new outstanding playmaker was that of freshman running back Jamie Dale who proved to be a reliable back with impressive speed. In his first season for the Hardrockers he rushed for over 800 yards, scored 12 touchdowns and set a new SD Mines school record for most points scored in a single season with 88. He also earned DAC All-Conference first team honors. Another newcomer was pushed into the spotlight as Nick Russell became the starting quarterback after

then sophomore Joe Sanchez suffered a leg injury on the first day of practice and was lost for the season. Russell stepped up and delivered all season long. He finished the year with almost 2,000 passing yards. He was 196-298 for 61 percent accuracy and threw 13 touchdown passes. Expect both of these athletes, who are both from San Diego, Calif., to deliver even more in 2009 with a year of college football experience under their belts. The Hardrockers will have a number of players who can play multiple spots. One of those is Dustin Meneley, from Naples, Fla. Meneley was recruited as a defensive back and kick returner. He did both those jobs for the 'Rockers in 2008 very well. So much so that he was named to the Victory Sports/Fanz All American second team as well as receiving DAC All-Conference first team honors on special teams and honorable mention as a DB. Look for Meneley to do more of the same this season and also look for him to make an impact on offense. With his speed, the coaching staff hope to exploit that and hope to make him a potent part of the offense. Senior tight end Jason Beilstein, from Lodi, Calif., will also have a big role in the Hardrockers' success this year.The 6-foot-5-inch receiver has made an outstanding adjustment after making the transfer last year from the quarterback position. He led the team in reception yards in 2008 with 508. He also had five touchdown catches to boot. Defensively, look for senior linebacker Tyrell Anderson to have a big role in helping the Hardrockers to the next level.Anderson also earned DAC first team All Conference accolades and has 240 tackles, four sacks, six fumble recoveries, five pass break ups and one interception to his credit.Anderson does very well in the middle of the field and can sniff out the ball like a blood hound. As a senior he should have no problem stepping into a leadership role as he's been doing that anyway for the past two seasons. Another Hardrocker that is making a name for himself is junior defensive backTom Lunzman. Lunzman is fast become a DB that opposing quarterbacks do not want to throw near.Already in his first two seasons he has I I interceptions to his credit and has broken up eight others. He is very quick and when he does steal the ball can gain a large chunk of those yards back. Junior Everett Brill is another of those multi-position football players that will do some good for the Hardrockers this season. He came to SD School of Mines with his defensive skills in mind, but 2009 may see him on the other side of the ball from time-to-time. Defensively, Brill can get to the ball very quickly and is very good at bringing an opponent to the ground. Offensively, Brill is an aggressive runner that can power the ball forward when the situation calls for it. Look for good things from him all over the field in 2009. Some other names that will become familiar with Hardrocker football are: junior kicker Andy Smith, junior linebacker Tim Luchini, senior offensive lineman Kayne Ree, sophomore defensive back Eric Yeash, junior running back Tyler Barth, freshman punter Kolten Jelden and wide receivers Tony Ostheimer (sophomore) and EdWaliczek (junior) to name a few.They will all contribute this season, making the 2009 Hardrockers one of the more balanced teams in decades. In the Dakota Athletic Conference, last season's

league champion, Dickinson State, was predicted to retain the crown in 2009 with Minot State and BHSU filling in the Top 3 spots. Jamestown College was selected fourth with SD Mines in fifth place. How the conference standings actually play out is anyone's guess. Something new to the DAC this year which is directly related to how the actual standings turn out is the Dacotah Bank DAC Bowl.The event will feature all eight conference schools competing in four games at the Fargodome in North Dakota.The pairing will be determined by the DAC at the beginning of November. So after an exciting 2008 season, the Hardrockers are hoping to use that as a stepping stone to do even better in 2009.With a talented roster, a challenging schedule and an interesting event (DAC Bowl), the 'Rockers should do just that.

Members of the SD School of Mines 2009 Hardrocker football coaching staff, front row, from the left, are: offensive coordinator Dan Dierringer, head coach Dan Kratzer and special teams coordinator Lonnie Messick. Back row, from the left, are: assistant trainer Quadrel Carreathers, assistant coach Zach Marcus, running backs coach Greg Hodgin, defensive line coach Dustin Thomas, defensive coordinator Charlie Giangrosso, assistant trainer Miho Soma and head athletic trainer Scott Baird. Photo by Brad Blume

2009 Football Schedule August 29

vs. Montana Tech

6:00 pm

September 19

vs. Dakota State

1 :00 pm

September 26

at Mayville State*

1 :30 pm

October 3

at Jamestown College*

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October 10

vs. Minot State*

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October 17

at Dickinson State*

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October 24

vs.Valley City State*

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at Black Hills State*

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November 8

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Tyrell Anderson

Senior

Linebacker

Height: 6'0"

Weight: 210

Green River,WY

Industrial Engineering

Parents: Shannon and Kathy Anderson Tyrell earned his second straight DAC First Team selection in 2008. He was the Hardrocker's second leading tacklers on the year with 74 total.Tyrell looks to finish strong in 2009 and hopes to have his most productive year. Off the field,Tyrell got married this past summer. vr Year

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Jason Beilstein

Senior

Tight End

Height: 6'5"

Weight: 245

Lodi, CA

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Parents: Marena Henne and John Beilstein Jason proved to be a great asset to the Hardrockers offense. After spending two seasons as a signal caller, Jason was converted to tight end last season and was the quarterbakc's favorite target catching 46 passes for 508 yards and scored five touchdowns. He also earned 2nd team DAC All-Conference Honors Receiving Stats Year Recept. Yards Avg. Long TD'S 2008 16 508 II 26 5

#52

Marc Baue

Senior

Linebacker

Height: 6' I"

Weight: 225

Hysham, MT

Metallurgical Engineering Parents:Allen and Ruth Baue

Marc was a member of the National Honor Society as well as the class valedictorian. He spent his first three seasons adding depth for the Hardrockers and now will step into a leadership role during his senior season. F Year 2008

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Cliff Kling

Senior

Offensive Line

Height: 6' I"

Weight: 240

Belle Fourche, SD

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Kicks

Geological Engineering

Parents: Kim and Colleen Kling Cliff is one of three brothers on the SD Mines football team. Cliff is a National Honors Society member, all conference honorable mention and earned and Outstanding Lineman Award from his Belle Fourche High School team. Cliff grew up on a ranch and enjoys the work.

#65

Eric Westwang

Senior

Offensive Line

Height: 6'3"

Weight: 325

Sheridan,WY

Mechanical Engineering

Parents: James and Linda Westwang Eric enjoys playing the game of football, and as a 320 pound lineman he is a welcome addition to offensive front.

#82

Logan Wiley

Senior

Tight End

Height: 6'2"

Weight: 235

Winner, SD

Industrial Engineering

Parents: Sonny and Margie Wiley Logan was an academic all state honoree in high school and after spending 2008 on the offensive line, will try his hand as a tight end for the 2009 campaign.

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Kayne Ree

Senior

Defensive Lineman

Height: 6'6"

Weight: 340

Big Horn,WY

Mining Engineering

Parents: Mark and Mindy Ree Kayne got even bigger in the off-season adding 15 pounds to his already massive frame. As a junior he was a huge obstacle for defenses to get through. He earned DAC Honorable Mention honors. When he's away from football, Kayne likes to hunt, fish, ride motorcycles and play other sports.

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Bruce Struckman

Senior

Defensive Lineman

Height: 6'3"

Weight: 290

Stockholm, SD

Civil Engineering

Parents: Daryl and Martha Struckman Bruce is a versatile lineman, with a lot of mass that can play on either offense of defense. He had a pretty good season as a junior and will also be looked to as a leader on the field for his younger teammates. ., Year

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Joe Sanchez

R.S. Sophomore

Quarterback

Height: 6'0"

Weight: 190

Gilbert,AZ

Civil Engineering Parents: Caryn and Joe Sanchez

Joe was sidelined early last year, being lost for the season on the first day of practice. But a year of rehab and training has made him ready and anxious to get the 2009 year going. As a freshman for the Hardrockers he earned MVP Special Team honors for his performance as a punter and also netted a DAC Special Teams Player of the Week Award as well.

#8

Dustin Rougeau

Junior

Running Back

Height: 6'0"

Weight: 185

Big Horn.WY

Civil Engineering

Parents: Ron and Gina Rougeau Dustin is a gifted athlete that can play on both sides of the ball. He was most proud of j playing in all 10 games last season highlighted by the big win over Black Hills State to close out the year. Receiving Year

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Ian Prichard

Junior

Strong Safety

Height: 5'10"

Weight: 185

Richland.WA

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Parents: Debbie and Earl Prichard Jr. Ian comes to Rapid City all the way from Richland.WA, where he was a defensive back. He has played at the safety positions his first two years at SD Mines. Beating Black Hills State to finish 2008. .500 was lan's highlight of last season. Year

Tackles

2008

12

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#14

Dana Mellage

Junior

Safety

Height: 6' I"

Weight: 195

Auburn, NB

Civil Engineering

Parents: Bryan and Andrea Mellage Dana comes from a small town in Nebraska and was an all state linebacker, a member of he National Honor Society, on the high school honor roll for four years and was a part of the state champion Class CI football team that went 13-0. He added depth during his first year as a Hardrocker to the quarterback, running back and defensive back units. Defense Year

Tackles

Asst.

2008

14

10

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Sacks

Int.

F. Rec.

Pass Broken Up

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#15

Trevor Roberts

Junior

Running Back

Height: 6'3"

Weight: 240

Vancouver,WA

Civil Engineering

Parents: Richard and Lynnette Roberts Trevor is an upper tier player that can compete at any position you put him in. He's been on the offensive line, he's been a linebacker, he was even the starting QB in 2007 for the 'Rockers. Last season the team used his athletes and build mainly at the tight end and running back positions where he was an effective weapon. In 2008 Trevor recorded stats as a rusher, receiver and a passer. Look for him to have a breakout year in 2009. Passing Year

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6

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Yards

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2008

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15

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#18

Andy Rogers

Junior

Wide Receiver

Height: 6'0"

Weight: 185

Williston, ND

Electrical Engineering

Parents: Corella and Tom Daniel After earning All conference honors on both offense and defense in 2004 at Williston State College in North Dakota, Andy spent two years playing college baseball. He added some much needed depth to the receiving Corp., last year and looked to contribute this season. Andy has a twin brother who is serving his country for the Army in Iraq.

#23

Dustin Meneley

Junior

Corner Back

Height: 5'10"

Weight: 190

Naples, FL

Industrial Engineering

Parents:Tracy Walker and Bob Meneley Dustin earned a lot of accolades during the 2008 season capped off by a Fanz Network 2nd Team All American selection as well as a DAC All-Conference 1st Team honor for special teams and 2nd Team and All Conference for defense. He made defenses nervous on punts and kick-offs. He returned one kickoff as well as a punt last season for touchdowns. Dustin also ranked second on the team in total all purpose yards, racking up 948. Dustin also holds the SDSM&T record for longest interception return, picking off a pass against Minot State and taking it 100 yards back for a touchdown. Defense Year

Tackles

Asst.

For Loss

Sacks

Fumb. Rec.

2008

44

15

3

0.5

0

Int.

Passes Broken Up

Blk. Kicks

5

0

Kick Return Year

Returns

Yards

Avg.

TD's

Long

2008

19

497

26.2

1

95

Year

Returns

Yards

Avg.

TD's

Long

2008

20

343

17.1

1

75

Punt Return

#24

Logan Smidt

Sophomore

Running Back

Height: 5' I I"

Weight: 183

Menno, SD

Civil Engineering Parents: Mike and Kay Smidt

Logan was a real find, coming to South Dakota School of Mines from a small, but successful, football program. Logan is 13th on South Dakota High School all time list for rushing 370 yards (9-man) in one game during the 2005 season. He broke the 1,000-yard rushing mark in both 2005 and 2006 and was an all state honorable mention running back both those years too. His biggest Hardrocker highlight was getting a lot of playing time in 2008 and catching his first college TD as well as defeating Black Hills State the last game of the season. Rushing Year

Att.

Yards

Avg.

Long

TD's

2008

4

II

2.3

6

0

Year

Rec.

Yards

Avg.

Long

TD's

2008

21

284

13.5

74

2

Receiving

#28

Edward Waliczek

Junior

Wide Receiver

Height: 6'4"

Weight: 221

Chicago, IL

Electrical Engineering

Parents: Edward Waliczek and Darlene Bittner Standing 6-foot-4-inches and weighting 221 pounds and better known as "Buck," Ed brings a completely new dimension to the Hardrocker receiving corps - a good size target. He's made steady progress over the last two seasons and looks to shine even brighter in 2009. Receiving Year

Rec.

Yards

Avg.

Long

TD's

2008

16

203

12.7

44

I

#32

Everett Brill

Junior

Linebacker

Height: 5'10"

Weight: 220

Elko, NV

.

Mining Engineering Parents:Tony and Diane Brill

Everett is becoming a more solid linebacker each time he puts a helmet on. He posted some good stats in his first two seasons and is poised to peak even higher for the Hardrockers in 2009. Defense Year

Tackles

Asst.

2008

28

16

For Loss

Sacks

Fumb. Rec.

Int.

#38

Tom Lunzman

Junior

Free Safety

Height: 6'0"

Weight: 200

Gretna, NB

Civil Engineering

Parents:Alan and Carol Lunzman Tom managed to improve on a stellar freshman season with some very impressive statistics in his sophomore season from the free safety position. Not only did he lead the team in tackles with 84, but also topped the list in interceptions with 6 in 2008, giving him I I in two years. He is a two-time DAC All-Conference player. Defense Year

Tackles

Asst.

For Loss

2008

84

41

6.5

Sacks

Fumb. Rec.

Int.

Passes Broken Up

Blk. Kicks

4

0

#41

Joseph Berke

Sophomore

Defensive End

Height: 6'I"

Weight: 240

Lexington, NB

Mechanical Engineering

Parents: Mitch and Jackie Berke Joseph comes to the South Dakota School of Mines football program from Nebraska. Berke has a nose for the football and can make a play anywhere on the field. His first two seasons here at SD Mines have yielded some good results. With good size and good speed he is a welcome addition to the defensive line. In his spare time Joseph likes to hunt and fish. Defense Passes Blk. For Fumb. Broken Year Tackles Asst. Sacks Int. Kicks Loss Rec. Up

2008

46

36

8

1.5

0

1

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#49

Timothy Luchini

Junior

Linebacker

Height: 6'2"

Weight: 240

Findlay, OH

Mechanical Engineering

Parents:John andTamara Luchini Tim almost tripled his production from his freshman to his sophomore season and is poised to be an impact player not only for the Hardrockers but in the conference as well. He was a DAC All-Conference Honorable Mention and also earned DAC Player of the Week Honors last year. Defense Year 2008

Tackles

Asst.

72

36

For Loss

Sacks

7

1

Fumb. Rec.

Int.

0

1

Passes Broken Up 0

#56

Clint Kling

R.S.Junior

Offensive Line

Height: 6'4"

Weight: 250

Bell Fourche, SD

Blk. Kicks

Mining Engineering

Parents: Kim and Colleen Kling Clint was the first of three brothers to join the Hardrocker football team last year. Clint spent a year at Sierra Community College in California. He and his brothers all were standouts in high school. Clint was a Regent Scholar, a National Honors Society member.AII Conference.AII State Honorable Mention and voted outstanding defensive player. Clint grew up on a working cattle ranch. He loves to hunt, fish, ski and ride dirt bikes as well as travel.

#69

David Juhnke

Junior

Defensive Line

Height: 6'2"

Weight: 287

Hawley, MN

Mechanical Engineering Parents: Neil and Heidi Juhnke

David has the perfect build to be on the 'D' line. After two seasons "learning the ropes," David returns with more mass and muscle and will provide depth and competition on the defensive front. Dave claims he waited until his junior year of high school to join any high school athletics. -.

Year

Tackles

Asst.

2008

10

9

ror

Loss I

Sacks

_ Rec.

Int.

Passes _ Broken Up

Blk. Kicks

0.5

0

0

0

0

_

rumb.

#71

Mark Olson

Junior

Offensive Line

Height: 6'3"

Weight: 300

Hazen, ND

Electrical Engineering Parents: Mark and Kari Olson

Mark has been very solid in his role on the offensive line. He cites the victory over Black Hill State as his biggest highlight of the season last year.

#96

Wyatt Stangohr

Junior

Defensive Line

Height: 6' I"

Weight: 260

Howard, SD

Mechanical Engineering

Parents:Terry and Diane Stangohr Wyatt transferred from South Dakota State University in 2007 to join the Hardrocker football program. He has added depth to the defensive line. Defense I C149G9

Year

Tackles

Asst.

For Loss

Sacks

Fumb. Rec.

Int.

Broken Up

2008

7

6

1.5

1

0

0

0

#93

Brian Kemnitz

Junior

Defensive End

Height: 6'3"

Weight: 230

Vivian, SD

Blk. Kicks

0

1

Civil Engineering

Parents: Darrell and Cindy Kemnitz Brian is another talented athlete that the Hardrockers saw some impressive play from the past two seasons. During High School, Brian was an All Conference defensive end in 2004. Brian likes being outdoors while away from the gridiron. Defense Year

Tackles

2008

Asst.

16

8

For Loss

Sacks

2

1

Fumb. Rec.

Int.

0

0

Passes Broken Up

Blk. Kicks

1

#1

Bernis Berber

R.S. Sophomore

Wide Receiver

Height: 6'5"

Weight: 23 5

Tempe.AZ

0

Pre-Professional Health

Parents: Nermina and Husnija Berber Bernis has a lot of presences, standing 6-foot-4-inches and weighing 200 pounds. He was eased into the Hardrocker offensive scheme, playing in a handful of games in 2008. Year

Recpt.

Yards

Avg.

Long

TD's

2008

4

64

16.0

26

0

TOTALS

22

147

6.7

24

0

#2

Tony Ostheimer

Sophomore

Wide Receiver

Height: 6'2"

Weight: 195

Ranchester.WY

Environmental Engineering

Parents: Gib and Debbie Ostheimer Tony was well on his way to being the Hardrockers No. I receiver in 2008, but just two games into the season he tore his MCL and was done for the year.To that point he had three catches for 88 yards and two touchdowns. He's back in 2009 and hoping to pick up where he left off. In his high school career,Tony was all state in both basketball and football.When he's not playing in football he enjoys hunting and fishing and is the lead singer in a band. Year

Recpt.

Yards

Avg.

Long

TD's

2008

3

88

29.3

79

.2

TOTALS

25

235

18.0

79

#4

Jamie Dale

Sophomore

Running Back

Height: 5'9"

Weight: 180

Alpine, CA

Sports Medicine

Parents: Shannon Carrell and Tom Dale Jamie is one of the most explosive running backs South Dakota School of Mines has ever had. So much so that after just his first year he was able to set a new school record for points scored in a season with 88 points. He earned DAC I st team honors and did a lot to help the 'Rockers in 2008. Jamie led the team in all purpose yards as well racking up 1,408 and averaging over 150 each game. Jamie has added a few pounds for the 2009 campaign and is looking even better. Jamie also holds the school record in the indoor long jump for the SD Mines track team. Year

Recpt.

Yards

Avg.

Long

TD's

Rushing

2008

160

865

5.4

58

12

Receiving

2008

29

263

9.1

55

0

Kick Return

2008

9

205

228

82

I

Punt Return

2008

9

205

228

82

I

#12

Michael Lacher

Sophomore

Quarter Back

Height: 6'3"

Weight: 180 Engineering

Ipswich, SD Parents:Tom and Carol Lacher

Michael starts his college career with an opportunity to see some extensive time as the quarterback this year. Coming out of Ipswich, SD, Michael was an academic all state, all conference and was part of the Region I 9AA Championship squad.

#16

Nick Russell

Sophomore

Quarter Back

Height: 5' 10"

Weight: 210

San Diego, CA

Undecided

Parents: Dave and Diane Russell Nick performed very well in his debut season as the signal caller for the 'Rockers. For a freshman, he played with upperclassmen experience. He is confident in the offense and his teammates and it shows each game he plays.After guiding the 'Rockers to their first winning season in almost 20 years, Nick earned DAC All Conference Honorable Mention honors. Passing Year

Comp.

Att.

Pet.

Ints.

Yards

Avg/G

TD's

Long

2008

196

298

61%

14

1969

196.9

13

79

#19

Zach Grapentine

Sophomore

Wide Receiver

Height: 6'2"

Weight: 205

Belle Fourche, SD

Civil Engineering

Parents:Jim and Lisa Grapentine Zach added some depth to a talented secondary in 2008.As he gets more comfortable with the Hardrocker system he should start to contribute on a weekly basis for SDM. He was a two-year starter as a defensive back and wide receiver with the Belle Fourche Broncs and also returned kicks. In his career he had several interceptions as well as pass break ups. Passing Year

Tackles

Asst.

For Loss

Sacks

Fumb. Rec.

Int.

Passes Broken Up

Blk. Kicks

2008

4

1

0

0

0

0

1

0

#20

Trent Jungwirth

Sophomore

Full Back/Line Backer

Height: 5' I I"

Weight: 175

Redfield, SD

Chemical Engineering

Parents: Joe and Jolene Jungwirth Trent is a 6-foot, 165 pound football player that could fill multiple roles for the Hardrocker football team. Coach Kratzer plans to use him at running back, at a slot position and on special teams. In high school.Trent made the all honors team and is an outdoorsman at heart.

#22

Andy Smith

Sophomore

Kicker

Height: 6'I"

Weight: 183

Belle Fourche, SD

Civil Engineering

Parents: Steve and Candy Smith Andy joined the Hardrocker football team midway through the season in 2008 and quickly became an impact player. A converted soccer player, Andy learned quickly how to kick a football with effectiveness. He connected on 46-yard field goal last season and was fairly accurate on all the PAT's he attempted as well. He earned special teams MVP from his team last year. Field Goals Year

Att.

Made

Ace.

Long

PAT's

2008

9

3

33%

46

6-7

#26

Josh Sherman

Sophomore

Cornerback

Height: 6'3"

Weight: 195

Colome, SD

Electrical Engineering

Parents: Greg and Renee Sherman Josh saw a lot of playing time as a freshman and thrived in the Hardrocker defensive system as one of the teams leading tacklers. He recorded 66 tackles and even was able to tally an interception on the year. His efforts earned him a DAC All-Conference Honorable Mention bid. Year

Tackles

Asst.

For Loss

Sacks

Fumb. Rec.

Int.

Passes Broken Up

Blk. Kicks

2008

66

44

6

0

0

1

2

0

#39

Colen Kling

Sophomore

Full Back

Height: 6'2"

Weight: 235

Belle Fourche, SD

Physics

Parents: Kim and Colleen Kling Colen is a multi-sport athlete from Belle Fourche, playing the full back position for the Hardrockers. He also has two older brothers on the team as well. Colen got some great experience as a freshman and some action in a majority of the Hardrockers' 2008 games. Rushing Year

Att.

Yards

Avg.

Long

TD's

2008

28

84

3.0

14

0

#40

Tyler Barth

R.S. Sophmore

Running Back

Height: 6'0"

Weight: 200

Dickinson, SD

Mining Engineering

Parents:Jarmin and Denise Barth Tyler has proven to be a great change-of-pace for the Hardrockers. He was utilized as a receiver out of the back field throughout the season and proved effective for the Dickinson native that is in his third season with SD Mines. Rushing Year

Att.

Yards

Avg.

Long

TD's

2008

65

179

2.8

14

I

Att. 32

Yards

Avg. 9.8

Long

TD's 1

Receiving Year 2008

312

41

I

#42

EricYeash

Sophomore

Defensive Back

Height: 6' I"

Weight: 195

Louisville, CO

Mining Engineering

Parents: Joan and James Yeash Eric made an immediate impact on the 'Rocker secondary. He did a tremendous job as a defensive back, recording four interceptions and getting credit for blocking a kick. Eric earned first team all conference and second team all region in high school and Eric is also the grandson of former SD Mines president Harvey Fraser. Year

Tackle

Asst.

For Loss

2008

42

27

3

Sacks

Fumb. Rec.

Int.

0

Passes Broken Up

Blk. Kicks

I

I

#43

Austin Norberg

Sophomore

Defensive Line

Height: 6' I"

Weight: 240

Gillette,WY

Civil Engineering

Parents: Cail Cruse and Joel Norberg Austin is another redshirted freshman that has spent two years in the SDM program learning and gaining experience. __ Year

__ Tackle

Asst.

For Loss

_ Sacks

Fumb. _ Rec.

Int.

Passes _ Broken Up

Blk. Kicks

2008

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

#45

Kyle Zorz

Sophomore

Tight End

Height: 5' I I"

Weight: 252

Anthem,AZ

Civil Engineering Parents: Pauline and Ray Zorz

Kyle received all-region recognition as a two-year starter at center at Sandra Day O'Connor in Glendale.AZ, where he also lettered in basketball.At SDO Kyle was also the long snapper and leading tackier on special teams his senior year.After two years in the SD Mines system, Kyle is ready to put his versatility, athleticism and renewed commitment to football on display wherever the coaches need him.

#58

Seth Adams

Sophomore

Linebacker

Height: 6'I"

Weight: 215

Douglas,WY

Civil Engineering

Parents: Michael and Naomi Adams Seth has a lot of natural ability with an athletic build to help at the linebacker position. In high school he was all conference and academic all conference as a sophomore and senior along with earning the Male Scholar Athlete award in 2007. Seth enjoys hunting, fishing and almost all things outdoors. Passes Fumb. For Blk. Year Tackle Sacks Asst. Int. Broken Loss Rec. Kicks Up

2008

2

1

0

0

0

0

0 째

#60

Aaron Sevigny

Freshman

Defensive Line

Height: 6'0"

Weight: 240

Richland.WA

Computer Engineering

Parents: Gary and Nancy Sevigny Aaron has bulked up over in the off-season adding 20 pounds to his frame. He will again provide the Hardrockers with some much needed depth at that position.

#72

Jace Lemmon

Sophomore

Offensive Line

Height: 6'3"

Weight: 280

Valentine, NB

Mechanical Engineering

Parents:John and Lynn Lemmon After spending last season on the defensive side of the ball, Jace will try his mettle on the offensive line. Adding 10 pounds in the off-season won't hurt any.

#76

Todd Sherman

Sophomore

Offensive Lineman

Height: 6'5"

Weight: 285

Winner, SD

Civil Engineering

Parents: Doug and Val Sherman Todd is an offensive lineman that learned a lot in 2008 behind a talented upper-class of O-linemen. In high school, Todd was a part of the 2007 Class 9B Colome Cowboys state championship football team and finished the year with an I l-l overall record. He also earned All-State Academic Honors that year.

#78

Colin Williamson

Sophomore

Offensive Lineman

Height: 6'6"

Weight: 300

Piano,TX

Electrical Engineering

Parents:John and Nahla Williamson Colin is from San Antonio,TX, where he played football for the College Park Cavaliers on the offensive line. He helped College Park to a 9-2 record in only the school's second year as a varsity program. Colin has a number of accomplishments during his high school career on and off the field, including: earning 15-5A second team all district honors. He is another big frame the Hardrockers will get some good use out as the 2009 campaign gets underway. In his free time, Colin enjoys fixing computers and hanging out with friends.

#90

Brett Brewer

Sophomore

Defensive Line

Height: 6'2"

Weight: 235

Katy,TX

Mechanical Engineering Parents: Bob and Brenda Brewer

Brewer attended Seven Lakes High School in Katy.TX. He has the strength and size to be an impact player for the Hardrockers this season. Brett got some great experience as a freshman. He graduated from high school with honors, a National Honors Society member, first team all district, academic all district and honorable mention academic all state. F Year

Tackle

Asst.

2008

I

I

Loss 0.5

F Sacks 0

b

Rec. 0

Int.

Passes Broken Up

Blk. Kicks

0

0

0

SOUTH DAKOTA

SCHOOL OF MINES & TECHNOLOGY

#3

Kolten Jelden

Freshman

Kicker/Punter

Height: 6' I"

Weight: 160

Greely, CO

Mechanical Engineering

Parents: Kevin and Konnie Jeldon #5

Tanner Ireland

Freshman

Quarterback/Cornerback

Height: 6'0"

Weight: 185

Albuquerque, NM

Mechanical Engineering

Parents: David and Marianne Ireland #10

Matt McGee

Freshman

Defensive Back

Height: 5' I I"

Weight: 155

Butte, MT

Interdisciplinary Sciences Parents: Frank and Pat McGee

#9

Marshall Davis

Freshman

Quarterback

Height: 6'2"

Weight: 205

Olathe, KS

Environmental Engineering Parents: Bill and Billey Davis

#17

Jonathan Tristao

R.S. Freshman

Tight End

Height: 6'2"

Weight: 210

Hilmar, CA

Civil Engineering Parents: John and Rose Tristao

#21

Houston Bashus

Freshman

Defensive Back

Height: 6' I"

Weight: 175 Environmental Engineering

Bismarck, SD Parents: #25

Shelby Bonner

Freshman

Linebacker

Height: 5' I I"

Weight: 185

Wilcox,AZ

Geological Engineering

Parents: Dave and Connie Bonner #36

Trevor Moheit

Freshman

Running Back

Height: 57"

Weight: 170

Vacaville, CA

Chemical Engineering

Parents: Larry and Denise Moheit #32

Matt Kuske

R.S. Freshman

Linebacker

Height: 6'I"

Weight: 210

Billings, MT

Mining Engineering

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Parents: Richard and Trudy Kuske #33

James Harding

Freshman

Linebacker

Height: 5'9"

Weight: 192

Mechanicsville,VA

Environmental Engineering

Parents: Keith and Brenda Harding

#34

Mitchell Hoellein

Freshman

Linebacker

Height: 6' I"

Weight: 200

Eureka, SD

Engineering

Parents: Kerwin and Julie Hoellein #35

Jess Henderson

R.S. Sophomore

Full Back

Height: 5'9"

Weight: 215

Preston, ID

Industrial Engineering

Parents:Todd and Donna Henderson #27

Anthony Renteria

Freshman

Running Back

Height: 5'5"

Weight: 165

Gilbert,AZ

Computer Engineering

Parents: Edward and Debbie Chapa

#44 Running Back Redfleld, SD

Roderick McRae

R.S. Freshman

Height: 5'6"

Weight: 185 Chemical Engineering

Parents: Ricky McRae #46

Jordan Smith

Freshman

Running Back

Height: 5'8"

Weight: 180

Parkston, SD

Metallurgical Engineering

Parents: Steve and Michele Smith Freshman DaleWooster #47 Weight: 195 Running Back Height: 5'10" Undecided North Pole, AK Parents:Tim and Jill Wooster Freshman Dakota Savage #48 Running Back/Wide Weight: 150 Height: 5'9" Receiver/Kicker Returner Interdisciplinary Sciences Julian, CA Parents: Cliff and Melo-de Savage #50

Gregory Blankenship

Freshman

Linebacker

Height:5'I I"

Weight:215

Kinnear,WY

Environmental Engineering

Parents: Gregory and Vickie Blankenship #53

Ryan McLaughlin

Freshman

Linebacker

Height: 5' I I"

Weight: 195

Oglala, SD

Electrical Engineering

Parents: Stephanie Leasure and Bill McLaughlin

#51 Linebacker Hot Springs, SD

Dustin Fischer

Freshman

Height: 5'10"

Weight: 204

Parents:

#54 Garrett Peterson Freshman Linebacker Height: 6'3" Weight: 200 Stapleton, NE Mechanical Engineering Parents:John and Rebecca Peterson #57 Linebacker Mandan, ND

Domingo DelValle Freshman Height: 5'10" Weight: 218 Geological Engineering

Parents:Jamie and Stacey Levingston #59 Offensive Line Staunton.VA

Freshman Weight: 285 Undecided

Brian Freed Height: 6'6" Parents: Kelly and Leslie Freed

#61 Taylor Beamer Freshman Offensive Line Height: 6'3" Weight: 270 Seabrook,TX Mechanical Engineering Parents: Ed and Debbie Beamer #70

Russell Humphrey

Freshman

Offensive Line Height: 6'5" Weight: 305 San Diego, CA Chemical Engineering Parents: Larry and Rhonda Humphrey #73

Wyatt Hunter-Johnson

Freshman

Offensive Line Height: 6'5" Weight: 287 Vermillion, SD Chemical Engineering Parents: Kelleen Gregg and Dan Johnson #74 Offensive Line Gillette.WY

Zach Looney Height: 6'0"

Freshman Weight: 270 Mining Engineering

Parents: Stan and Judy Looney #75 Offensive Line Hoxie, KS

Jon Peltz Height: 6'6"

Freshman Weight: 275 Engineering

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Shane Sweeney Freshman #77 Height: 6'2" Weight: 270 Offensive Line Environmental Engineering China Hills, CA Parents:Tom and Suzy Sweeney #31 Defensive Back Elko, NV

Donovan Brill Height: 5' 10"

Freshman Weight: 170 Interdisciplinary Sciences Parents:Tony and Diane Brill

#37 Josh Schmidt Freshman Defensive Back Height: 5' 10" Weight: 165 Gettysburg, SD Undecided Parents: Mark and Cindy Schmidt #83 Wide Receiver Vail, CO

Jaryd Francis Height: 67"

Freshman Weight: 230 Mining Engineering Parents: Steve and Jeanette Francis

#84 TarronTeeslink Freshman Wide Receiver Height: 6'2" Weight: 170 New Underwood, SD Electrical Engineering Parents: Erik and LisaTeeslink #86 Joey Oberndorfer Freshman Wide Receiver Height: 6'2" Weight: 170 San Diego, CA Undecided Parents: Eric and Barbara Oberndorfer #87 Gregory Giffin Freshman Kicker Height: 5'10" Weight: 160 Firestone, CO Undecided Parents: Nick and Carol Giffin #88 Dusty Daniels Freshman Wide Receiver Height: 6'0" Weight: 175 Sheridan,WY Civil Engineering Parents:Tim andYolanda Daniels HHBBHBHHHBH^^H •

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#89 Andrew Isom Freshman Tight End Height: 6'3" Weight: 225 Palisade, NE Chemical Engineering Parents: Charles and Michelle Isom #92 Offensive Line/Tight End Midland.TX

Cody Hawly Height: 6'2"

Student Assistant Weight: 250 Electrical Engineering

Parents: #94 Defensive Line Bismarck, ND

Andrew Munson Height: 6'2" Parents:

Freshman Weight: 250 Geological Engineering

Team Records Record

Year

Plays Game- 101 (vs. Colorado College)

1970

Season - 753

1970

Game - 620 (vs. Northwestern, IA)

1999

Season - 3,760

1999

Game - 477 (vs. Dakota Wesleyan)

1983

Season - 2,512

1970

Attempts - 536

1983

Game - 430 (vs. Northwestern, IA)

1999

Season - 2,665

1999

Game - 56 (vs. Northwestern, IA)

1999

Season - 403

1999

Game - 32 (vs. Northwestern, IA)

1999

Season - 194

1970

Against - 0 (vs. Huron College)

1982

Game - 77 (vs.Trinity College)

1994

Season - 3 13

2008

Fewest Points Allowed Game - 0 (several times)

1980

Total Yards

Rushing Yards

Passing Yards

Passes Attempted

First Downs

Points Scored

Season - 59

Pass Defense Season Average - 72.7 yards

1978

Game (-16 vs.Yankton)

1982

Season Average - 91.0

1981

Season Average - 174.1

1980

Rushing Defense

Total Defense Passes Intercepted Game - 6 (vs. Dakota Wesleyan)

1970

-6 (vs. Chadron

1988

Season - 20

1970 2008

Fumbles Recovered Game - 6 (vs. Dakota Wesleyan)

1970

Season - 22 (twice)

1976 1978

Individual Records Record

Year

Total Yards Game - 468 Mitch Olson (vs.SiTanka) Season - 2,585 NickWald Career - 7,264 Nick Waid

2004 1999 1998-2001

Passes Attempted Game - 56 NickWald (vs. Northwestern, I A) Season-401 NickWald Career- 1,261 NickWald Passes Completed Game - 28 NickWald (vs. Black Hills State -28 NickWald (vs. Northwestern, IA

1999 1999 1998-2001

-28 Jason Beilstein (vs. Black Hills State) Season-201 NickWald Career - 637 NickWald Longest Pass 92 yards Paul Amman to Dan Howard vs. Huron U. Passing Percentage Season - 56.3 NickWald (138/245) PassingYardage

2007 1998-2001 1998

Game - 430 NickWald (vs. Northwestern. IA) Season - 2,665 NickWald Career-7,264 Touchdown Passes

1999 1999 1998-2001

Game - 5 Jon Hortness (vs. Black Hills) Season- 18 NickWald Career - 45 NickWald

1998 1999

2001

1995 1999 1998-2001

Passes Caught Game - 12 Matt Fettig (vs. Colorado Mines) Season - 64 Matt Fettig Career- 194 Matt Fettig Pass ReceivingYards Game - 212 Ryan Cadwallader Season - 1,182 Ryan Cadwallader Career - 2,365 Matt Fettig Touchdown Catches Game - 4 Ryan Cadwallader Season - 13 Ryan Cadwallader Career - 16 Gary Eschebaum

2001 1997 1998-2001 1995 1995 1998-2001 1995 1995 1969-1972

Rushing Yards Game - 245 Jim Guthrie (vs. Dickinson State) Kevin Ptak (vs. DWU) Season - 1,3 14 Jim Guthrie Longest - 91 yds. Ken O'Neill (vs. Dakota State) Career - 2,948 yds. Mark Hoffman

1977 1996 1977 1973 1998-2001

Individual Records cont'd Record

Year

All Purpose Yards Career - 3,963 yds. Mark Hoffman (2,948 yds. Rushing, 722 yds. receiving, 293 yds. kickoff return)

1998-2001

156 pts. - Mark Hoffman

1998-2001

Career Scoring Points Scored Game - 30 Doug Beisner (vs. BHSU)

1981

Harry Perrigo

1917

Season - 90 Jamie Dale

2008

Avg. Season - 27.1 Steve Butherus

1977

Avg. Season - 19.4 Steve Butherus

1978

Kick Off Returns Put Returns Longest - 98 yds. Bill Wailder (vs. Dakota State)

Field Goals Season - 8 Kent Potenz

1982

Career - 18 Cody Stahl

1998-2001

Longest - 50 yds. Jose Iguaz

1996

Season - 26 Cody Stahl

1999

Career - 59 Cody Stahl

1998-2001

Extra Points

Punting Season Avg. - 39.8 Drew Eickbush

2002

Game - 4 Chuck Wait (vs. USDS)

1970

Pass Interception Quarterback Sacks Season - 14 Jay Nopola Career - 30 Mike Zacher

2000 1992-1995

2008 SD School of Mines Hardrockers Season Statistics as of November 9th, 2008 Rushing

G AttGain Lost Net

Avg

TD

Dale, Jamie Roberts, Trevor Barth, Tyler Rougeau, Dustin Kling, Colen Jones, Joshua Rogers, Andy Smidt, Logan Waliczek, Edward Beilstein, Jason Berke, Joseph TEAM, Meneley, Dustin Griesinger, Justin Jacobs, Ethan Russell, Nick Randall, Dave

9 160 922 57 865 5.4 1 118 5.6 6 21 119 10 65 212 33 179 2.8 10 26 165 22 143 5.5 3 84 3.0 8 28 87 1 57 3.4 7 17 58 1 18 0 18 18.0 8 2 4 11 8 9 2.3 1 10 9 0 10 10.0 4 4.0 0 1 4 10 1 0 0.0 0 10 0 1 2 _7 -2.0 10 0 "> 4 -2 -1.0 2 10 1 -1 -1.0 1 4 0 -1 -1.0 1 1 1 0 10 48 99 136 -37 -0.8 1 2 0 22 -22 -22.0

12 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0

58 15 14 47 14 8 18 6 10 4 0 0 2 0 0 13 0

Total

10 379 1707 285 1422

3.8

23

58 711.0

Passing

G Effic

AttCmp Int

Pet

Yds

Russell, Nick Roberts, Trevor

10 122 298 182 6 6 144 11

14 0.61 1969 0 0.55 78

13 1

79 196.9 38 13.0

Total

10 122 309 188

14

14

79 204.7

Receiving

G No. Yds Avg TD LongAvg/G

Beilstein, Jason Barth, Tyler Dale, Jamie Smidt, Logan Waliczek, Edward Rougeau, Dustin Rogers, Andy Berber, Bernis Jones, Joshua Ostheimer, Tony Meneley, Dustin Kling, Colen Lunzman, Tom Russell, Nick Roberts, Trevor

10 10 9 8 9 10 8 3 7 2 10 8 10 10 6

11.0 9.8 9.1 13.5 12.7 7.9 10.5 16.0 5.0 29.3 25.7 5.0 38.0 11.0 6.0

5 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 2 1 0

Total

10 182 2047 11.2

14

Punt Returns Meneley, Dustin Dale, Jamie Prichard, Ian

46 32 29 21 16 12 6 4 4 3 3 3 1 1 1

508 312 263 284 203 95 63 64 20 88 77 15 38 11 6

1

0 0

No. Yds Avg TDLong

20 343 17.1 2 75 37.5 6 6.0 1

1 1 0

75 69 6

0.6 2047

26 50.8 31.2 29.2 35.5 22.6 9.5 7.9 21.3 2.9 44.0 7.7 1.9 3.8 1.1 1.0

41 55 74 44 17 24 26 9 79 64 7 38 11 8

79 204.7

LongAvg/G

96.1 19.7 17.9 14.3 10.5 8.1 2.3 1.1 1.1 0.4 0.0 -0.2 -0.2 -0.3 -1.0 -3.7 -11.0

TD LongAvg/G

Total Interceptions Lunzman, Tom Yeash, Eric Meneley, Dustin Westendorf, Chad Marcus, Zach Berke, Joseph Luchini, Timothy Sherman, Josh Total Kick Returns

23 424 18.4

2

75

No. Yds Avg TDLong

18.5 6.5 1 1.0 14.5 1.0 98.0 2.0 0.0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

52 13 0 30 2 98 2 0

20 301 15.1

0

98

6 111 26 3 33 2 29 2 2 1 98 2 1 1 0

4

No. Yds Avg TDLong

Meneley, Dustin Dale, Jamie Lunzman, Tom Rogers, Andy Beilstein, Jason Kling, Colen Deardoff, Matt

19 497 26.2 9 205 22.8 5 43 8.6 3 37 12.3 2 20 10.0 1 5 5.0 1 1.0 1

1 1 0 0 0 0 0

95 82 16 26 0 5 1

Total

40 808 20.2

2

95

Fumble Returns

No. Yds Avg TDLong

Luze, Jarrod Marcus, Zach Lunzman, Tom

1 1 1

45 45.0 21 21.0 18 18.0

1 1 0

45 21 17

Total

3

84 28.0

2

45

Total Offensive Yds

GPlaysRush PassTotalAvg/G

Russell, Nick Dale, Jamie Roberts, Trevor Barth, Tyler Rougeau, Dustin Kling, Colen Jones, Joshua Rogers, Andy Waliczek, Edward Smidt, Logan Beilstein, Jason Berke, Joseph Griesinger, Justin Jacobs, Ethan TEAM, Meneley, Dustin Randall, Dave

10 346 -37 1969 0 9 160 865 6 32 118 78 0 10 65 179 0 10 26 143 0 8 28 84 0 7 17 57 0 1 18 8 0 1 10 9 4 0 9 8 0 4 I 10 0 10 0 1 I 0 4 1 1 -1 1 0 1 -2 0 10 0 2 -2 10 0 1 -22 2

Total

10 688 142220473469 346.9

~ J

1932 865 196 179 143 84 57 18 10 9 4 0 -1 -1 -2 -2 -22

193.2 96.1 32.7 17.9 14.3 10.5 8.1 2.3 1.1 1.1 0.4 0.0 -0.3 -1.0 -0.2 -0.2 -11.0

Scoring Dale, Jamie Russell, Nick Beilstein, Jason Whalin, Justin Meneley, Dustin Smith, Andy Smidt, Logan Ostheimer, Tony Roberts, Trevor Rougeau. Dustin Bartb, Tyler Waliczek, Edward Marcus, Zach Lunzman, Tom Luze, Jarrod Rogers, Andy Mellage, Dana Brill, Everett

Total Field Goals Smith, Andy Whalin, Justin Brill, Everett Punting

PATs TD FGsKickRush Rev Pass DXP 14 6 5 0

3 0 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0

0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 2/522/26 0/0 0/0 3/9 6/7 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/1 0/0

2/2 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/1 0/0

43 5/1528/33 2/3 01- 2 FGM/FGA Pet J£? 19 ™ 3/9 2/5 0/1 No.

SafPoints

0 0/0 1 1/6 1 1/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 1 1 / 0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 1 1/1 0 0/0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

88 38 32 28 18 15 14 12 12 12 12 6 6 6 6 6 2 0

4

0

0

313

50-99LgM/LgA

Blk

46/52 32/35 0/38 BIkd

0 0

3

™ y?

4/7 40 49

33% 0/0 1/1 1/2 40% 0/0 I / I 1/4 0% 0/0 0/0 0/1 Yds AvgLong TB

'

1/3 0/2 0/0 -1/-1 0/0 0/0 FC 120

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0

Anderson, Jordan Russell, Nick Berke, Joseph Fisher, Matt

35 1192 34.1 3 85 28.3 3 79 26.3 11 237 21.5

55 2 3 3 0 29 0 47 0

6 0 0 5

7 0 0 1

0 0 0 0

Total

52 1593 30.6

55

19

0

0

2

1

All Purpose Yds

GRush Rec PRKOR

IR

MR

Dale, Jamie Meneley, Dustin Beilstein, Jason Barth, Tyler Smidt, Logan Rougeau, Dustin Waliczek, Edward Lunzman, Tom Roberts, Trevor Rogers, Andy Kling, Colen Berke, Joseph Ostheimer, Tony Jones, Joshua Berber, Bernis Westendorf, Chad Yeash, Eric Prichard, Ian Luchini, Timothy Marcus, Zach Deardoff, Matt Griesinger, Justin Jacobs, Ethan TEAM, Randall, Dave Russell, Nick

9 10 10 10 8 10 9 10 6 8 8 10 2 7 3 10 10 5 10 9 3 4 1 10 2 10

0 33 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0

Total

10 1422 2047 424 808

865 -2 4 179 9 143 10 0 118 18 84 0 0 57 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -1 -2 -22 -37

263 75 205 77 343 497 508 0 20 0 0 312 284 0 0 0 0 95 0 0 203 0 43 38 0 0 6 0 37 63 0 5 15 0 0 0 88 0 0 0 0 20 64 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 0 0

111

0 0 0 98 0

0 0 29 26 0 2 2 0

0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

301

0

TotAvg/G

1408 948 532 491 293 238 213 192 124 118 104 98 88 77 64 29 26 6

2

2 1 -1 -1 -2 -22 -26

156.4 94.8 53.2 49.1 36.6 23.8 23.7 19.2 20.7 14.8 13.0 9.8 44.0 11.0 21.3 2.9 2.6 1.2 0.2 0.2 0.3 -0.3 -1.0 -0.2 -11.0 -2.6

5002 500.2

2008 SD School of Mines Hardrockers Season Statistics as of November 9th, 2008

No Player Name

II Tackles II Sacks II PassDef II Fumbles IIBlkdll GPIIUT AT Total ForLoss II No/Yards II Int/Yds BrUp II Rev/Yds FF II Kick II Saf

84 74 72 67

38 Lunzman, Tom 7 Anderson, Tyrell 49 Luchini, Timothy 25 Westendorf, Chad 26 Sherman, Josh 54 Clark, Colton 9 Luze, Jarrod 41 Berke, Joseph 23 Meneley, Dustin 42 Yeash, Eric 5 1 Anderson, Jordan 30 Brill, Everett 33 Marcus, Zach 93 Kemnitz, Brian 14 Mellage, Dana 9 1 Kennedy, Michael 39 Kling. Colen 13 Prichard, Ian 69 Juhnke, David 18 Rogers, Andy 97 Struckman, Bruce 96 Stangohr, Wyatt 28 Waliczek, Edward 55 Jeffery, Tommy 34 Jones, Joshua 19 Grapentine, Zach 50 Howard, Cameron 75 Griesinger, Justin 52 Baue, Marc 3 Fisher, Matt 43 Norberg, Austin 58 Adams, Seth 40 Barm, Tyler 27 Burgoz, Matt 8 Rougeau, Dustin 1 1 Beilstein, Jason 56 Kling, Clint 1 2 Lacher, Michael 24 Smidt, Logan 22 Smith. Andy 78 Williamson, Colin 45 Zorz, Kyle 90 Brewer, Brett 32 Kuske, Matt 29 Whalin, Justin

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

TOTALS

10 11345496 841 78.0/378.7 II 12.0/113.011 20/301

6 8 8 5 5 8 5 4 9

5 7 3 4 4 2 4 1 2 10 2 10 10 1 1 8 4 1 1 1 2 8

1143 II 26 II 36 II 35 II 22 II 22 II 14 II 10 II 29 II 15 II 9 II 12 II 8 II 8 II 4 II 4 II 4 II 4 II 1 II 6 II 3 II 1 II 4 II 3 II 1 II 3 II 1 II 2 II 1 II 1 II 2 II 1 II 1 II 1 II 1 II 1 II 1 II 1 II 1 II 1 II 1 II 1 II 0 II 0 II 0

41 48 36 32 44 39 38 36 15 27 24 16 10 8 10 9 8 8 9 2 4 6 2 3 5 1 3 1 2 2 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1

66 61 52 46 44 42

33 28 18

16 14 13 12 12 10

s

7 7 6 6 6 4 4

3 3 3 2 2 2 I 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

6.5/48.2 9.5/11.2 7.0/22.3 3.0/25.0 6.0/42.2 5.0/31.3 3.5/8.0 8.0/20.3 3.0/15.5 3.0/4.5 3.5/-S.5 4.0/20.0 2.5/36.5 2.0/27.0 0.0/0.0 3.0/3.3 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 1 .0/5.0 0.5/18.5 1.5/5.3 1.5/18.5 0.0/0.0 1.0/3.0 0.5/4.0 0.0/0.0 1.5/16.0 0.0/0.0 0.5/1.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.5/0.5 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0

II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II

0.0/0.0 1.0/6.0 1.0/9.0 1.0/8.0 0.0/0.0 0.5/5.0 0.0/0.0 1.5/5.0 0.5/5.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 2.0/18.0 1.0/25.0 0.0/0.0 0.5/1.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.5/4.0 0.0/0.0 1.0/5.0 1.0/18.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.5/4.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0

II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II

6/111

0/0 1/2 2/29 I/O 0/0 0/0 1/98 3/33 4/26 0/0 0/0 2/2 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

II II II II II 1 II 2 II 4 II 5 II 3 II 2 II 0 II 1 II 1 II 0 II 0 II

4 3 0 8 2

0

II

0 0 0

II

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

II II

II II II II II II II II II

37

II

II II 0 II 0 II 0 II 0 II 0 II 1 II 0 II 0 II 0 II 0 II 0 II 0 II II

II

0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

1 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 1 II 0 II 0 1 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 1 II 0 II 0 0 II I II 0 0 II 0 II 0 1 II 1 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 1 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0 0 II 0 II 0

7/84

6.011 2 II 0

2/18

0/0 0/0 3/0 0/0 0/0 1/45 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/21 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

0/0 0/0 0/0

2008 SD School of Mines Hardrockers Season Statistics as of November 9th, 2008 TEAM STATISTICS

OPP

SDM

SCORING —Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS —Rushing —Passing -Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE —Yards Gained Rushing —Yards Lost Rushing —Rushing Attempts —Average Per Rush —Average Per Game — TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE -Att/Comp/Int —Average Per Pass —Average Per Catch —Average Per Game —TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE —Total Plays -Average Per Play -Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: NUMBER/YARDS PUNTS RETURNS: NUMBER/YARDS INTS RETURNS: NUMBER/ YARDS KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES/LOST PUNTS/YARDS —Average Per Punt —Net Punt Average PENALTIES/YARDS —Average Per Game TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 3RD DOWN CONVERSIONS -3rd Down Pet. 4RD DOWN CONVERSIONS -4th Down Pet. SACKS BY/YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS/ATTEMPTS PAT/ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE

198 313 19.8 31.3 187 178 76 83 94 78 17 17 1635 1422 1707 1931 296 285 400 379 4.1 3.8 142.2 163.5 18 23 2047 1629 309/188/14 305/168/20 6.6 5.3 9.7 10.9 162.9 204.7 5 14 3264 3469 705 688 4.6 5.0 326.4 346.9 52/775 40/808 23/424 19/114 13/165 20/301 14.9 20.2 18.4 6.0 12.7 15.1 9/5 17/9 67/1927 52/1593 28.8 30.6 22.4 28.4 49/432 63/501 43.2 50.1 32:17 29:23 34/141 48/139 24. 1 % 34.5% 9/14 11/29 37.9% 64.3% 17/97 12/113 27 43 5/7 5/15 17/25 28/33 0 895

SCORE BY QUARTERS

1 st 2nd 3rd 4th OT1 Total

SD School of Mines Opponents

59 84 109 61 57 61 36 44

0 0

313 198

2008 SD School of Mines Hardrockers Season Statistics as of November 9th, 2008

Opponent

Score

First Down

Rushing Number Yards

Haskell Trinity Bible College Mayville State Jamestown College Dickinson State Black Hills State Black Hills State Dakota State Minot State Valley City State

62 11 70/0 46/7 19 121 19 124 24 123 13 /33 30 / 18 16 125 14 /34

18/16 22 / 1 24/21 14/20 19/15 21/21 24/17 13/24 12/22 20 / 21

31/45 42 / 20 36/45 41/27 46/51 46/37 36/36 45/45 33/46 23 / 48

Totals

Opponent Haskell Trinity Bible College Mayville State Jamestown College Dickinson State Black Hills State Black Hills State Dakota State Minot State Valley City State Totals

Passing Int Attempts Comp

158/162 348 / 8 243/224 120/96 99/158 143/139 96/166 148/201 59/204 8 / 277

32 /34 14 / 10 28 /35 29 / 46 29 / 1 7 33 /33 51 / 24 1 1 /38 31 / 3 1 51 /37

16/12 20/20 15/15 1 1 / 27 16/12 22/19 32 / 1 1 9/19 20/14 27/19

0/2 I / 1 2/2 3/4 2/1 0/2 3/ 1 1/1 1/4 1/2

Yards 254 / 130 204 / 35 217 / H O 103 / 332 1 5 1 / 1 38 183 / 220 254 / 1 7 1 138 / 179 195 / 1 35 348 / 179

Total Offense Plays Yards 63 /79 56 / 30 64 /80 70 / 73 75 / 68 79 / 70 87 / 60 56 / 83 64 / 77 74 / 85

412 / 292 552 / 43 460 7334 223 /428 250 /296 326 /359 350 /337 286 /380 254 /339 356 /456

Return Yards

Penalty Turn Yards Overs

306 / 1 18 75/49 74 / 145 69/0 162 /47 46/53 196 / 97 35 / 90 154 / 37 44 / 25 132 / 1 9 1 37/72 115 /157 26/37 143 / 199 20/20 177 / 86 80/40 158 / 79 69 / 46

0/2 1/1 3/3 4/5 3/3 3/2

3/1 1 12 2/4 3/2

313 /198 187/178379/4001422/1635309/305188/16814/202047 / 1629688 / 705 3469 / 3264 1617 / 1 156 501 / 43223/25

3rd Down 4th Down Made Attempts Made Attempts

21 3 4! 1 21 2 4/4 61 6 11 1 8/ 6 6/ 3 61 5 31 3

12/18 10/11 8/13 15/13 15/15 16/12 19/13 13/14 16/18 15/14

1/2 1/0 1/0 0/0 1/1 1/1 2/0 0/3 0/1 2/3

48 / 34 139/141 9 / 1 1

Time of Possession

Avg TOP Margin Yds/Rush

Avg Yds/Pass

Punting Avg Avg Yds/Play Number

2/4 1/3 2/4 0/1 1/1 2/2 3/0 0/7 1/2 2/5

33:13/34:16 37:20 / 22:40 48:35 / 30:07 21:45/22:43 19:56/36:15 23:38 / 25:05 34:56/37:18 27:22 / 32:38 24:54 / 34:04 22:12/47:50

-1:03 14:40 18:28 00:58 -16:19 -1:27 -2:22 -5:16 -9:10 -25:38

5.1/3.6 8.3/0.4 6.8 / 5.0 2.9/3.6 2.2/3.1 3.1 /3.8 2.7/4.6 3.3/4.5 1.8/4.4 0.3/5.8

7.9 / 3.8 14.6/3.5 7.8/3.1 3.6 / 7.2 5.2/8.1 5.5/6.7 5.0/7.1 12.5/4.7 6.3 / 4.4 6.8/4.8

6.5 / 3.7 9.9 / 1 .4 7.2/4.2 3.2 / 5.9 3.3/4.4 4.1/5.1 4.0 / 5.6 5. 1 / 4.6 4.0/4.4 4.8/5.4

7/10 2/16 3/7 7/6 6/5 6/6 4/5 5/3 6/3 6/6

42.3 / 38.1 37.5 / 13.7 37.0 / 33.9 30.1 / 31.2 27.8 / 40.4 28.2 / 31.2 26.3 / 33.0 38.6 / 38.0 25.0 / 43.7 19.3 / 17.3

14/29

293:51 / 322:56

-29:05

3.8/4.1

6.6 / 5.3

5.0/4.6

52 / 67

30.6 / 28.8

Note:Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category

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2008 SD School of Mines Hardrockers Season Statistics as of November 9th, 2008 SD School of Mines i Date 08/30/08 09/13/08 09/20/08 09/27/08 10/04/08 10/11/08 10/18/08 10/25/08 11/01/08 11/09/08

WTTctiiivrr'

Opponent

No

Yds

Haskell Trinity Bible College Black Hills State Dakota State Mayville State Jamestown College Minot State Dickinson State Valley City State Black Hills State

31 42 36 45 36 41 33 46 23 46

158 348 96 148 243 120 59 99 8 143

1 08/30/08 09/13/08 09/20/08 09/27/08 10/04/08 10/1 1/08 10/18/08 10/25/08 11/01/08 11/09/08 TOTAL AVERAGE

2 6 1 3 3 1 1 3 0 3

43 35 24 22 58 30 15 47 14 20

16 14 32 9 15 11 20 16 27 22

379 1422 23 58 182 18.2 37.9 142.2 2.3

TOTAL AVERAGE

Date

ii

TD Lg No.

oi?r''i?¥V¥vr' TD Yds

irrtriri DA Lg Yds Att Comp Int Yds

254 204 254 138 217 103 195 151 348 183

4 4 1 0 2 0 1 0 2 0

79 64 23 74 36 22 55 32 38 44

2047 204.7

14 1.4

79 3469 309 1 88 6.2 30.9 18.8

412 552 350 286 460 223 254 250 356 326

32 14 51 11 28 29 31 29 51 33

16 20 32 9 15 11 20 16 27 22

0

1

3 1 2 3 1 2 1 0

254 204 254 138 217 103 195 151 348 183

14 2047 1.4 204.7

II

4 4 1 0 2 0 1 0 2 0

79 64 23 74 36 22 55 32 38 44

1 AI T

K'Tr'K' WT

TD Lg No. 3 1 6 4 1 5 5 5 5 5

14 79 40 4.0 1.4

Yds

TD

111 9 107 139 62 77 80 93 60 70

I 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

808 80.8

2 0.2

1

Lg Purp

95 9 25 82 62 38 27 30 26 21

718 625 465 429 601 374 43 1 387 514 458

95 5002 500.2

II • SACKS II IRIkd II FlIMRI F II Pass TATKI PS PI INT RFT FR Yds Int Yds QBH Def Kick Yds TD Lg UA A Total TFL Yds No Yds Avg Rev

Opponent

No

Haskell Trinity Bible College Black Hills State Dakota State Mayville State Jamestown College Minot State Dickinson State Valley City State Black Hills State

5 3 2 1 3 3 1 3 0 2

190 31 -5 2 79 57 4 42 0 24

2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

23 2.3

424 42.4

2 0.2

69 19 7 2 29 75 4 26 0 13

27 32 38 50 28 26 44 27 52 21

74 17 8 34 86 59 39 73 20 86

101 49 46 84 114 85 83 100 72 107

75 345 496 841 34.5 49.6 84.1

5 9 6 7 8 12 1/2 91/2 5 1/2 6 9 1/2

8 28 25 28 44 0 18 12 38 42

1 1 2 1 2 3 0 0 0 2

25 13 13 18 8 18 0 0 0 18

25.0 13.0 6.5 18.0 4.0 6.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 9.0

78 0

0 0

12 0

113 0

9.4 7 0.9 0.7

0 9

0

1 1 1

0 7

0

0

0 0 0 0

1 1

0

1

0 0 3 0.3

0 1 0 0 21 45 0 17 0 0

2 1 1 1 2 4 4 1 2 2

5 33 13 2 0 17 93 2 98 38

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0

84 20 301 0 8.4 2.0 30.1 0.0

2 3 1 4 9 6 4 2 I 5

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

37 2 3.7 0.2

Date 08/30/08 09/13/08 09/20/08 09/27/08 10/04/08 10/11/08 10/18/08 10/25/08 11/01/08 11/09/08

Opponent Haskell Trinity Bible College Black Hills State Dakota State Mayville State Jamestown College Minot State Dickinson State Valley City State Black Hills State

TOTAL AVERAGE

Att Mad 9 6 1 2 5 1 2 2 2 3

8 4 1 2 5 1 1 1 2 3

33 3.3

28 2.8

Run Rev Mad 0 1 0 0

1

0 0 0 0 0 2 0.2

0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Saf 0 0 0

1

0 0 0 0

0

1

0

0

0 4 0.4 0.0

2 0.2

Pts No Yds Avg Lg Blkd TB FC 50+ 120 Att

62 7 70 2 13 4 32 5 46 3 19 7 16 6 19 6 16 6 24 6

296 75 105 193 1 11 211 150 167 116 169

42.3 37.5 26.3 38.6 37.0 30.1 25.0 27.8 19.3 28.2

55 41 34 51 42 43 33 47 42 33

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0

1

0 0

1

0 0 0 0 317 52 1593 30.6 55 0 2 0.0 0.2 31.7 5.2 159.3

2 0 1 0 0

1 0 0

1

1 0 1 0

1 0 1 0 3 1 0 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 2 11 8 15 1.1 0.2 0.8 1.5

2008 SD School of Mines Hardrockers Season Statistics as of November 9th, 2008 Date

Loc

Opponent

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Black Hills State University Yellow jackets Head Coach: jay Long (1st season) Phone:605-642-6008 Fax: 605-642-6539 E-mail: jaylong@bhsu.edu Record at BHSU: 0-0 Overall Record: 0-0 Athletic Director:Jhett Albers Phone: 605-642-6885 Fax: 605-642-6539 E-mail: jhettalbers@bhsu.edu Sports Information: Brad Schafer Phone: 605-642-6460 Fax: 605-642-6539 E-mail: bradschafer@bhsu.edu 2008 Season: 4-3 / 6-4 - 4th place in the DAC 2008 Team Stats: Offense: Defense: Scoring: 25.7 pts./gm. Scoring: 17.5 pts./gm. Total: 390.6 yds./gm. Total: 353.8 yds./gm. Rushing: 187.9 yds./gm. Rushing: 147.9 yds./gm. Passing: 202.7 yds./gm. Passing: 205.9 yds./gm. Note:The Yellow Jackets led the DAC in Scoring Defense and Rushing Offense.

Dakota State University Trojans Head Coach: Josh Anderson (1st season) Fax:605-256-5138 E-mail: josh.anderson@dsu.edu Overall Record: 0-0 Athletic Director: Gene Wockenfuss Fax:605-256-5138 E-mail: gene.wockenfuss@dsu.edu Sports Information: Nick Huntimer Fax:605-256-5138 E-mail: nick.huntimer@dsu.edu 2008 Season: I -6 / 3-7 - 7th place in the DAC 2008 Team Stats: Scoring: 22.7 pts./gm. Total: 337.9 yds./gm. Rushing: 174.6 yds./gm. Passing: 163.3 yds./gm.

Scoring: 28.4 pts./gm. Total: 358.1 yds./gm. Rushing: 189.8 yds./gm. Passing: 168.3 yds./gm.

Dickinson State University Blue Hawks Head Coach: Henry Biesiot (35th season) Phone: 701 -483-2735 Fax: 701 -483-0501 Record at DiSU: 235-90-1 Overall Record: 235-90-1 Athletic Director: Roger Ternes Phone: 701 -483-2159 Fax: 701 -483-0501 E-mail: roger.ternes@dickinsonstate.edu Sports Information: Galen Morton E-mail: galen.morton@dickinsonstate.edu Phone: 701 -483-2102 Fax: 701 -483-0501 2008 Season: 7-0 / 7-4 - I st place in the DAC 2008 NAIA Playoffs: lost at Carroll College, MT, 35-18, in the 1st round

2008 Team Stats: Scoring: 22.9 pts./gm. Scoring: 21.6 pts./gm. Total: 316.3 yds./gm. Total: 312.6 yds./gm. Rushing: 131.9 yds./gm. Rushing: 135.3 yds.gm. Passing: 184.4 yds./gm. Passing: 177.3 yds./gm. Note:The Blue Hawks led the DAC in Total Defense.

Jamestown College Jimmies Head Coach: Bud Etzold (2nd season) Phone:701-252-3467 Fax:701-253-4318 E-mail: betzold@jc.edu Record at JC: 30-28 Overall Record: 30-28 Athletic Director: Lawrie Paulson Phone:701-252-3467 Fax:701-253-4318 E-mail: paulson@jc.edu Sports Information: Tracy Erickson Phone:701-252-3467 Fax:701-253-4450 E-mail: terickso@jc.edu 2008 Season: 5-2 / 7-3 - tied for 2nd place in the DAC with Minot State 2008 Team Stats: Offense: Defense: Scoring: 33.4 pts./gm. Scoring: 24.3 pts./gm. Total: 451.2 yds./gm. Total: 331.0 yds./gm. Rushing: 153.8 yds./gm. Rushing: 138.3 yds./gm. Passing: 297.4 yds./gm. Passing: 192.7 yds./gm. Note:The Jimmies led the DAC in Scoring Offense.

Mayville State University Comets Head Coach: Jody Ford (2nd season) Phone:701-788-4659 Fax:701-788-4840 RecordatMaSU:l-9 Overall Record: 1-9 Athletic Director: Mike Moore Phone:701-788-4706 Fax:701-788-4840 Sports Information: Justin Johnson Phone:701-788-4715 Fax:701-788-4840 2008 Season: 0-7 / I -9 - 8th place in the DAC 2008 Team Stats: Offense: Defense: Scoring: 9.4 pts./gm. Scoring: 35.5 pts./gm. Total: 243.2 yds./gm. Total: 441.4 yds./gm. Rushing: 96.9 yds./gm. Rushing: 241.1 yds./gm. Passing: 146.3 yds./gm. Passing: 200.3 yds./gm.

E-mail: n_chin@mayvillestate.edu

E-mail: m_moore@mayvillestate.edu E-mail: j_johnson@mayvillestate.edu

Minot State University Beavers Head Coach: Paul Rudolph (3rd season) Phone:701-858-4450 Fax:701-858-3136 E-mail: paul. rudolph@minotstate.edu Record at MiSU: 12-8 Overall Record: 12-8 Athletic Director: Rick Hedberg Phone: 701 -858-3041 Fax: 701 -858-3136 E-mail: sheila.gerding@minotstate.edu 2008 Season: 5-2 / 6-4 - tied for 2nd place in the DAC with Jamestown College 2008 Team Stats: Offense: Defense: Scoring: 28.8 pts./gm. Scoring: 27.9 pts./gm. Total: 320.8 yds./gm. Total: 368.6 yds./gm. Rushing: 177.6 yds./gm. Rushing: I I 1.3 yds./gm. Passing: 143.2 yds./gm. Passing: 257.3 yds./gm. Note:The Beavers led the DAC in Rushing Defense.

South Dakota Mines Hardrockers Head Coach: Dan Kratzer (5th season) Phone: 605-394-2604 Record at SDM: 10-30 Athletic Director: Dr. Dick Kaiser Phone: 605-394-2352 Sports Information: Brad Blume Phone: 605-394-2601 2008 Season: 3-4 / 5-5 - tied for 5th place 2008 Team Stats:

Fax: 605-394-3375 Overall Record: 61 -79

E-mail: dan.kratzer@sdsmt.edu

Fax: 605-394-3375

E-mail: dick.kaiser@sdsmt.edu

Fax: 605-394-3375 E-mail: bradley.blume@sdsmt.edu in the DAC with Valley City State

Scoring: 31.3 pts./gm. Scoring: 19.8 pts./gm. Total: 346.9 yds./gm. Total: 321.8 yds./gm. Rushing: 142.2 yds./gm. Rushing: 154.2 yds./gm. Passing: 204.7 yds./gm. Passing: 167.6 yds./gm. Note:The Hardrockers led the DAC in Pass Defense.

Valley City State University Vikings; Head Coach: Dennis McCulloch (13th season) Phone: 701 -845-7425 Fax: 701 -845-7211 E-mail: dennis. mcculloch@vcsu.edu Record atVCSU: 71 -52 Overall Record: 71-52 Athletic Director: B.J. Pumroy Phone: 701 -845-7160 Fax: 701 -845-7211 E-mail: bj.pumroy@vcsu.edu Sports Information: Craig Case Phone: 701 -845-7244 Fax: 701 -845-7211 E-mail: craig.case@vcsu.edu 2008 Season: 3-4 / 5-5 - tied for 5th place in the DAC with South Dakota Mines. 2008 Team Stats: Offense: Defense: Scoring: 32.9 pts./gm. Scoring: 26.4 pts./gm. Total: 472.3 yds./gm. Total: 385.2 yds./gm. Rushing: 160.2 yds./gm. Rushing: 151.9 yds./gm. Passing: 312.1 yds./gm. Passing: 233.3 yds./gm. Note.The Vikings led the DAC in Total Offense and Pass Offense - the Vikings set the DAC records for Total Offense and Pass Offense.

SOUTH DAKOTA

SCHOOL OF MINES & TECHNOLOGY

Facts South Dakota School of Mines and Technology has a proud heritage of excellence in preparing graduates to serve as leaders in the professions of engineering and science. There are 16 academic departments and more than 30 degree programs in engineering and science offered at the baccalaureate, masters, and doctoral levels. Our students, in combination with an exceptionally talented faculty and great support from the community, provide an exciting environment for education excellence. Award-winning undergraduate education is enhanced by graduate education and research and development in areas of critical need to the state, nation, and the international community.

Facilities South Dakota School of Mines and Technology facilities include the Black Hills Business Development Center, the Darold D.King Physical Education Building,the Chemistry/Chemical Engineering Building,the Civil/Mechanical Engineering Building, the Computational Mechanics Laboratory, the Electrical Engineering/Physics Building, the McLaury Building, Devereaux Library, O'Harra Building, Mineral Industries Building, the Tech Development Laboratory, and Surbeck Center.

New construction/renovations Tech Development Laboratory, ongoing, Chemical and Biological Engineering/Chemistry building (anticipated completion 2010), Surbeck Center renovation (anticipated completion August 2009), Paleontology Center (anticipated completion 2010), and Palmerton/Connolly Hall restorations (anticipated completion May 2010).

Tuition and Fees Fall 2009 Undergraduate SD Tuition and Fees $6,830 Room and Board $5,080 Books and Supplies* $ 1,950 Total Per Year $13,860 *lncludes Tablet PC Program (assumes 30 credits per year)

Student Demographics Fall 2008 Enrollment Status Full Time 1,567 76% Part Time 494 24%

Non SD $8,210 $5,080 $ 1,950 $15,240

Majors

M.S. Atmospheric Sciences Biomedical Engineering Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Construction Management Electrical Engineering Geology and Geological Engineering Materials Engineering and Science Mechanical Engineering Paleontology Physics Robotics and Intelligent Autonomous Systems Technology Management

B.S. Chemical Engineering Chemistry Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering Environmental Engineering Geological Engineering Geology Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management Interdisciplinary Sciences: -Atmospheric Sciences -Pre-Professional Health Sciences -Science.Technology, and Society Mathematics (Applied and Computational) Mechanical Engineering Metallurgical Engineering Mining Engineering Physics

Ph.D. Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences Biomedical Engineering Chemical and Biological Engineering Geology and Geological Engineering Materials Engineering and Science Mechanical Engineering (pending) Nanoscience and Nanoengineering Physics (pending)

Faculty and Staff, FY 2009 Faculty: 135 Staff*: 181 "Temporary employees included in this total

Outreach The South Dakota School of Mines and Technology offers programs and activities that teach and entertain K-12 student and community members, including the APEX art Gallery.The Museum of Geology, Engineers Week, Math Contest, Cultural Expo, Design Fair, South Dakota GEAR UP Honors Program, South Dakota Space Grant Consortium, and many more. Classes and camps for K-12 students, teachers, alumni, and professionals are offered through the Office of Educational Programs and Professional Conferences. For more information, visit http:/sdmines.sdsmt.edu/learn.

Rapid City and the Black Hills South Dakota School of Mines and Technology is located in Rapid City, the state's second-largest city.The city of 65,000 is the regional center for health care, shopping, banking, and other services, and is a major tourist destination because of its proximity to the Black Hills, Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse Memorial, Badlands, and other attractions. There are caves, mountains, streams, and lakes, and a vast variety of rocks, minerals, wildlife, and plant life.

FY09 Research Funding School of Mines faculty members and researchers received 92 awards totaling nearly $21 million during the 2009 fiscal year.The funding came from many different agencies, including the National Science Foundation, the State of South Dakota, NASA, the Department of Transportation, Army Research Laboratory, and many more.

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