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Shawn D. Smith, Sports Information Director • 218-281-8414 (work) • 319-431-2545 (cell) • smithsd@umn.edu Minnesota Crookston 1-5; 1-1 Division Head Coach: Mike Fritze At UMC: 1-5 Career: 1-5

MSU Moorhead 1-5, 1-1 Division Head Coach: Steve Laqua At MSUM:4-24 Career: 4-24

On Tap For This Weekend

Saturday, Oct. 19 • 1 p.m. • Ed Widseth Field Red River Valley Showdown Sponsored by State Farm Insurance LiveStats: http://www.sidearmstats.com/umcrookston/football/ Live Video: http://client.stretchinternet.com/client/crk.portal# Radio: Chris Fee (Play by Play) KROX AM 1260 Online Radio: http://www.kroxam.com/

Golden Eagle Quick Hits The Red River Valley Showdown • Saturday will mark the second edition of the “Red River Valley Showdown” Sponsored by State Farm Insurance, a rivalry game for the Golden Eagles against Minnesota State University Moorhead. he two schools will battle for the “State Farm Traveling Trophy”, which was won last year by the Dragons. The trophy is sponsored by State Farm’s Andy Oman agency in Crookston and the David Eggers agency in Moorhead. The Red River Valley Showdown and the corresponding trophy were developed for the battle between two schools located just 75 miles apart in the “Red River Valley”, an area of Northwest Minnesota, Northeast North Dakota and Southern Manitoba known for its fertile farm land located around the Red River of the North, which starts between Wahpeton, N.D. and Breckenridge, Minn., and drains into Lake Winnipeg in Manitoba, Canada. Watch Out For Talo • University of Minnesota Crookston sophomore running back Talo Pascal (So., RB, Arlington, Texas/Communications) has emerged in recent weeks and is coming off his strongest game as a Golden Eagle last weekend against St. Cloud State. Pascal rushed for 122 yards on 16 carries including a 75-yard touchdown run in the second half. He also added four catches for 30 yards as he was UMC’s top offensive threat against the Huskies. Pascal will be a crucial piece of the puzzle this weekend against MSU Moorhead as the Golden Eagles are without starter Keith McBride (Sr., RB, Lodi, Wis./Management) due to a concussion. Pascal has 71 carries for 235 yards and two touchdowns this season. Forcing Turnovers • The University of Minnesota Crookston defense has done a phenomenal job of forcing turnovers this season, especially with fumbles as they are currently second in the nation with number of fumbles recovered which currently stands at 11. 11 different players have recovered fumbles this season. Two weekends ago against Bemidji State, the Golden Eagles forced three turnovers in the wet and muddy conditions at Ed Widseth Field. UMC currently ranks 44th nationally for turnover margin and 54th nationally for turnovers gained. They have gained 13 turnovers overall this season. Stopping A Potent Offense • The MSU Moorhead Dragons have struggled on defense this season but have one of the most potent offenses in the NSIC as they are currently ranked fifth in the league for total offense with 461.5 yards per game. The Dragons are led by last week’s NSIC Offensive Player of the Week quarterback Jake Hodge, who is 103-of-175 for 1,322 yards with 13 touchdowns and two interceptions this season. He has also rushed for 426 yards and seven touchdowns while running back Brandon Schell has rushed for 426 yards and two touchdowns. Hodge’s top target has been Adam Jiskra with 39 catches for 596 yards and six touchdowns while Cory Ambrose has 29 catches for 488 yards and four touchdowns. The Dragons put up 45 points on then-No. 11 University of Minnesota Duluth.

2013 Schedule 9/6 9/14 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16

Upper Iowa Minnesota State Wayne State Sioux Falls Bemidji State St. Cloud State MSU Moorhead Minot State UMD Northern State U-Mary

Crookston, Minn. Mankato, Minn. Crookston, Minn. Sioux Falls, S.D. Crookston, Minn. St. Cloud, Minn. Crookston, Minn. Crookston, Minn. Duluth, Minn. Crookston, Minn. Bismarck, N.D.

L, 47-0 L, 68-26 L, 41-25 L, 52-7 W, 16-14 L, 55-6 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m.

Top UMC Players Offense Fr. QB 12 Kyle Larson 65-of-134, 700 yards, 6 TD, 5 INT Sr. RB 27 Keith McBride 65 carries, 300 yards, 2 TD Fr. WR 1 Keoni Piceno 8 receptions, 173 yards, 3 TD Jr. TE 40 Jacob Pinder 9 receptions, 121 yards, 2 TD Jr. OL 71 Sam Smith 6 starts in 2013 Defense Sr. LB 8 Ricky Jacobs 43 tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss Sr. DB 4 Tevin Kellum 50 tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss, one interception Jr. LB 7 Andrew “Rock” Hall 45 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss, 0.5 sack Sr. DB 13 Joshua Perea 23 tackles, 1 interception So. DL 99 A.J. Wallace 17 tackles, 1.0 tackle for loss

Top MSU Moorhead Players Offense So. QB 12 Jake Hodge 103-of-174, 1322 yards, 13 TD, 2 INT 76 carries, 426 yards, 7 TD Jr. RB 28 Brandon Schell 84 carries, 426 yards, 2 TD So. WR 8 Adam Jiskra 39 receptions, 596 yards, 6 TD R-Fr. WR 83 Cory Ambrose 29 receptions, 488 yards, 4 TD So. WR 3 Preston Prince 20 receptions, 245 yards, 3 TD Defense So. LB 33 Chris Lee 47 tackles, 7.5 tackles for loss R-Fr. LB 44 Aaron Bohl 37 tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss, one sack Jr. LB 7 Lomumba Ismail 34 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss, one interception Fr. DL 91 Spencer Robbins 21 tackles, four tackles for loss So. DB 23 Jaylen Raye 29 tackles, one interception


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AFCA Division II Poll

Players to Watch

AFCA DIvision II Coaches Poll (Oct. 14, 2013)

Talo Pascal Running Back

Greg Lofquist Defensive Line

Drew McDurmin Offensive Line

Golden Eagles By The Numbers

2nd Ranking nationally for fumbles recovered with 11 so far through 2013 Sept. 27, 2008 Date of UMC’s last win over MSU Moorhead 152 Total All-Purpose yards for running back Talo Pascal last week against St. Cloud State 357 Number of career tackles for the linebacking trio of Brody Davidson, Andrew Hall and Ricky Jacobs.

54 Receptions by UMC receivers who are either new to the program in 2013 or who redshirted in 2012.

9 Punts by Tyler Hansen inside the 20 this season. Last Season Rewind • The Golden Eagles lost last season’s match-up 35-13 to MSU Moorhead on the road. The Dragons were led by 124 yards rushing by Zayne Medhaug and Hodge, who was 12-of-22 for 161 yards with one touchdown and an interception. UMC was paced by Richard Haley, who had 22 rushes for 112 yards but quarterback A.J. Barge struggled, throwing four interceptions for the Golden Eagles. Bus Pull Champions • 10 members of the UMC football team and one staff member showed their strength earlier this week as they helped to promote the United Way of Crookston in the inaugural United Way of Crookston/New Flyer of America Community Bus Pull. The winning team consisted of; UMC Head Men’s Golf Coach and Assistant Athletic Director Jason Tangquist, Assistant Football Coach Sean Knox and football players John Simmons (So., Pillager, Minn.) , Joe Machacek (So., Eagan, Minn.), Joshua Perea (Sr., DB, Pico Rivera, Calif.), Mike Maw (Fr., K, White Bear Lake, Minn.), Greg Lofquist (Jr., DL, South St. Paul, Minn.), Josh Hughes (R-Fr., OL, Weeki Wachee, Fla.), Anthony Peterson (R-Fr., DL, Swanville, Minn.), Sam Smith (Jr., OL, South St. Paul, Minn.), Tyler Bos (Sr., DL, Larchwood, Iowa) and (Jr., TE, Orlando, Fla.)

1. Minnesota State (26) 6-0 2. Northwest Missouri State (4) 6-0 3. Colorado State-Pueblo (1) 6-0 4. Missouri Western State (1) 6-0 5. Henderson State 6-0 6. Bloomsburg 6-0 7. Pittsburg State 6-0 8. West Alabama 5-1 9. Minnesota Duluth 5-1 10. North Carolina-Pembroke 5-0 11. Shepherd 6-0 12. Valdosta State 4-1 13. Washburn 6-0 14. Tarleton State 5-0 15. West Chester 6-0 16. Winston-Salem State 5-1 17. West Texas A&M 5-1 18. Ohio Dominican 6-0 19. Carson-Newman 5-1 20. Emporia State 6-0 21. Indianapolis 5-1 22. Indiana (Pa.) 5-1 23. Newberry 6-0 24. Midwestern State 4-1 25. St. Cloud State 5-1 Bold - Schools on Schedule

NSIC Standings North NSIC North Minnesota Duluth U-Mary St. Cloud State Northern State MSU Moorhead Minnesota Crookston Bemidji State Minot State NSIC South Minnesota State Winona State Upper Iowa SW Minnesota State Sioux Falls Wayne State Concordia-St. Paul Augustana

Record 5-1 Overall (2-0 Division) 4-2 Overall (2-0 Division) 5-1 Overall (1-1 Division) 2-4 Overall (1-1 Division) 1-5 Overall (1-1 Division) 1-5 Overall (1-1 Division) 2-4 Overall (0-2 Division) 1-5 Overall (0-2 Division) Record 6-0 Overall (2-0 Division) 4-2 Overall (2-0 Division) 4-2 Overall (1-1 Division) 3-3 Overall (1-1 Division) 3-3 Overall (1-1 Division) 2-4 Overall (1-1 Division) 3-3 Overall (0-2 Division) 2-4 Overall (0-2 Division)


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Shawn D. Smith, Sports Information Director • 218-281-8414 (work) • 319-431-2545 (cell) • smithsd@umn.edu Golden Eagle Season Preview THE NEXT STEP The University of Minnesota Crookston football team ended major droughts last season picking up a pair of NSIC wins over University of Mary and Southwest Minnesota State University, which ended a 39-game conference losing streak. The Golden Eagles are poised to continue to build on last season as they return a plethora of talent from last season and bring in what is thought to be one of the most talented recruiting classes in recent history for UMC. One major hiccup in the offseason was head coach Paul Miller announcing a leave of absence due to health concerns. Don’t expect a ton of changes though, as long-time colleague and friend Mike Fritze, who has nearly 40 years of football coaching experience under his belt including the last 18 as head coach at Apple Valley High School. Fritze was named the St. Paul Pioneer Press Coach of the Year in 2012 after taking a team that went 1-8 in 2011 to an 8-3 mark and the championship in Class 5A, Section 3. OFFENSE The Golden Eagles enter their second season in the west coast offense run by former Boise State University player Jeff Cheek. Cheek’s offense was one of the most productive in recent history for the Golden Eagles breaking the top five for many season categories while averaging 304.5 yards per game overall. The Golden Eagles will look to continue to make strides in year two of Cheek’s system. New assistants Mike Clark and Robby Case arrived in the offseason to help out. Clark has worked in the NFL and at the University of Texas and will coach the quarterbacks and wide receivers while Case has made several stops in his young career, most recently at NCAA Division I New Mexico State University. Case will coach the fullbacks and tight ends. QUARTERBACKS The Golden Eagles will look to replace A.J. Barge at quarterback. Barge transferred from UMC after having one of the strongest season’s of any UMC quarterback in the school’s history in 2012 setting marks for passing yards and a season and completions in a season. In to replace Barge are two highly regarded high school quarterbacks who will look to make their mark as freshmen in 2013. Nathan Cole (Fr., QB, 6-4 215, Aliso Viejo, Calif.) and Kyle Larson (Fr., QB, 6-1 173, Clayton, Wis.). Cole and Larson have been battling for the job through the preseason and should both see time during the 2013 season. Cole finished his senior season with over 3,420 yards and 37 touchdowns in a very competitive league in Southern California while Larson threw for just under 2,000 yards and had 24 touchdown passes as a senior en route to an All-State Honorable Mention pick. Providing depth at quarterback will be Jordan Manahan (Jr., QB, 5-11 192, Shuniah, Ontario), who worked with the UMC team during the spring after transferring in from Vermillion C.C. Former Perham basketball and football star Ben Bucholz (R-So., 6-7 233), who has played basketball at both St. Cloud State University and University of Minnesota Duluth and football at UMD will sit out a year after transferring in. RUNNING BACKS Running Back will be a huge void to fill for the Golden Eagles as gone is two-time All-NSIC North First Team pick Richard Haley, who amassed 2,690 yards rushing in two seasons in the Maroon and Gold. Stepping in to fill the void is the man who had the job before Haley arrived in 2011, Keith McBride (Sr., RB, 5-11 211). The redshirt senior who was granted a medical redshirt near the end of last season, has rushed for over 1,700 yards in his career but has battled injuries the past two seasons. McBride bulked up and played fullback, blocking for Haley and serving as a receiving threat out of the backfield, especially against U-Mary, against who McBride had nine catches for 130 yards. He will step back into the feature back role in 2013. Backing up McBride will be Talo Pascal (So., RB, 5-8 173, Arlington, Texas) and Tommy Smith (So., RB, 5-8 162, Naranja, Fla.). Both backs bring a quickness to the position to off-set McBride’s tough running style. Pascal rushed 31 times for 105 yards as a freshman last season for the Golden Eagles. Smith transfers in from Lindsey Wilson College in Kentucky where he rushed 45 times for 237 yards and two touchdowns and was named his conference’s Player of the Week after rushing for a program-record 120 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Andrew Steinfeldt (Sr., RB, 5-10 183), who has moved to the backfield from wide reciever, will also see time as he is one of the team’s best blockers. Billy Kellogg (Fr., RB, 5-10 168, Minneapolis, Minn.) and Dre Person (R-Fr., RB, Detroit, Mich.) will provide depth at the position. FULLBACKS Two-way player Greg Lofquist (Jr., FB/DL, 6-1 225, Toledo, Ohio) will serve as the team’s top fullback in 2013, as well as play a major role as a defensive end. Lofquist has played fullback each of his first two seasons and will help pave the way again for UMC’s stable of backs in 2013. Competing for time behind Lofquist will be Kevin Williams (R-Jr., FB, 5-7 218, Houston, Texas), who appeared in nine games last season at fullback, at Michael Williams (R-So., FB, 5-7 220, Miami, Fla.), who redshirted last season for UMC. TIGHT ENDS The Golden Eagles will look to three players at tight end in 2013. Jacob Pinder (Jr., TE, 6-4 233, Orlando, Fla.) and Nicholas Exposito (So., TE, 6-4 237, Woodbridge, Va.), will see most of the time early on as Adam Eyton (Sr., TE, 6-4 210, Burnsville, Minn.) recovers from an injury suffered during fall camp. Pinder had three catches for 31 yards as a sophomore but will take on an increased role as a junior while Exposito transfers in from Bluefield College in Virginia where he caught three passes for 19 yards as a freshman. Eyton appeared in 10 games as junior with nine catches for 114 yards. WIDE RECEIVERS Next to quarterback, the position that will see the most instant impact from newcomers will be wide receiver. Returning is Marcus Cheatham (R-Jr., WR, 5-11 185, Stockton, Calif.), who had a breakout year as a sophomore. Cheatham was second on the team in 2012 with 40 receptions and led the team with 498 yards and eight touchdown grabs. Cheatham’s eight touchdowns in a season ties for second all-time in school history. Josh Ross (So., WR, 6-4 170, Palmdale, Calif.) also returns to the fray but suffered an injury in the offseason and will miss the entire season. Ross led the team with 43 receptions in 2012 for 387 yards and two touchdowns. Joining Cheatham will be a stable of talented newcomers led by the Hawai’ian trio of Keoni Piceno (Fr., WR, 5-9 170, Wahiawa, Hawai’i), Ekolu Ramos, III (Fr., WR, 5-10 160, Mililani, Hawai’i) and Justin Tago Su’e (Fr., WR, 5-11 175, Ewa Beach, Hawai’i) along with California implant Forrest Dunivin (Fr., WR, 6-4 195, Las Flores, Calif.). Piceno was considered the third best receiver in the state of Hawai’i as a senior en route to 74 catches for over 800 yards. Ramos had over 700 yards receiving as a senior while Tago Su’e, a

Quick Facts Name: University of Minnesota Crookston Location: Crookston, Minn. 56716 Founded: 1966 as a 2-year, 1993 as a 4-year institution Enrollment: 1,813 Population: 7,857 Enrollment: 1,800 full-time students Team Nickname: Golden Eagles Colors: Maroon & Gold National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference(NSIC) Chancellor: Dr. Fred Wood Alma Mater: B.S., University of California, Davis (1980) Ph.D., University of California, Davis (1984) Director of Athletics: Stephanie Helgeson B.S., University of North Dakota (1995) M.S., University of North Dakota (2009) Assistant Athletic Director/SWA: Natasha Reierson Faculty Athletic Representative: Dr. Lyle Westrom Compliance Coordinator: Jason Tangquist Head Trainer/Football: Melanie Schulte Asst. Trainer: Liam Higginson Asst. Trainer: Tyson Skillings Training Phone: 218-281-8427 Administrative Assistant: Ashley Brekken Athletic Phone: 218-281-8506 Home Field: Ed Widseth Field (2,000 capacity) Surface: Natural Grass

Team Information

2013 Record: 1-5 (1-5 NSIC) Offensive Starters Returning/Lost: 4/7 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 33/25 Redshirts: 13 Newcomers: 26 Players to Watch: Keith McBride, Sr., RB, Lodi, Wis. Ricky Jacobs, Sr., LB, Junction City, Kan.

Sports Information

Sports Information Director: Shawn Smith Alma Mater: B.S. Iowa State University (2008) Smith Phone: 218-281-8414 Smith Cell Phone: 319-431-2545 Smith Email: smithsd@umn.edu Asst. Sports Info. Director: Chris Vito Alma Mater: B.S., Minnesota State University, Moorhead (1995) M.Ed., North Dakota State University (1999) Vito Phone: 218-281-8445 Vito Email: vito@umn.edu Sports Info Fax: 218-281-8430

Coaching Staff

Interim Head Football Coach: Mike Fritze B.S., Winona State University Phone: 218-281-8441 Email: mmdfritze@umn.edu Fax: 218-281-8430 Career Record: 1-5 (First Season) Record at UMC: 1-5 (First Season) Years at UMC: First Season Assistant Coaches: MarkDufner,AssistantHeadFootballCoach/DefensiveCoordinator/Linebackers Jeff Cheek, Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Robby Case, Fullbacks/Tight Ends/Special Teams/Recruiting Coordinator Sean Knox, Defensive Backs/Strength and Conditioning Mike Clark, Quarterbacks/Wide Receivers/Video Coordinator Levi Bullerman, Defensive Line/Equipment Manager Cecil Brown, Jr., Volunteer Assistant/Defensive Backs Stephen Henderson, Volunteer Assistant/Running Backs Tyler Roed, Student Assistant Stanley Harvey, Student Assistant


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Shawn D. Smith, Sports Information Director • 218-281-8414 (work) • 319-431-2545 (cell) • smithsd@umn.edu talented athlete, played quarterback in high school, rushing for over 300 yards and passing for over 1,400 yards. Dunivin, a big target for the UMC quarterbacks at 6-4, had over 500 yards receiving as a senior. Also competing for playing time will be Taylor Crassweller (R-Fr., WR, 6-2 170, Regina, Saskatchewan), Myint Maung (R-So., WR, 5-8 160, St. Paul, Minn.) and Valley City State University transfer Ryan Hutton (R-Fr., WR, 5-11 170, Thief River Falls, Minn.). Crassweller and Maung were both members of the team last season. OFFENSIVE LINE Anchoring the offensive line for the 2013 season will be four players who have racked up a lot of reps on the line over the past few seasons. Sam Smith (Jr., OL, 6-2 290, South St. Paul, Minn.) started every game at center as a sophomore and will again anchor the line as a junior. Returning alongside him are senior guards Jeff Pryor (Sr., OL, 6-3 306, Havana, Ill.) and Kevin Myers (Sr., OL, 6-1 282, Monroe, N.J.). Pryor started two games last season while Myers picked up three starting nods. Both players battled through injuries in 2012. Also returning is tackle Matt Borowicz (Jr., OL, 6-7 301, Stephen, Minn.), a local product who played tight end and offensive line during different points of the 2012 season. Borowicz makes the permanent move to the O-Line after earning five starts last season. Also looking for time will be a pair of players who were on last year’s team in Josh Hughes (R-Fr., OL, 6-4 236, Weeki Wachee, Fla.) and Joe Machacek (So., OL, 6-2 260, Eagan, Minn.). Hughes is competing for a starting spot at tackle while Machacek will provide depth at center. Several talented freshmen could be counted on early in their careers for the Golden Eagles as Hawai’i natives Drew McDurmin (Fr., OL, 6-3 280, Ewa Beach, Hawai’i) and Tyman Hayashi (Fr., OL, 6-0 273, Kalihi, Hawai’i) are competing for time, McDurmin at tackle and Hayashi at guard. Freshmen Jake Neubauer (Fr., OL, 6-1 255, Bismarck, N.D.) and John Mitzel (Fr., OL, 6-5 280, Aliso Viejo, Calif.) are also battling to see the field. Anthony Fish (Jr., OL, 6-1 290, Warroad, Minn.) and Bobby Hitchcock (Fr., OL, 6-1 238, Dellwood, Minn.) will provide depth on the line while battling for playing time. DEFENSE The major story line on defense will be the move from a conventional 4-3 defense to the 4-2-5 defense which features five defensive backs and two linebackers to better handle spread offenses. The defense will be led by Mark Dufner, who has been the one constant for UMC football over the last decade. Dufner, originally hired as an assistant under Shannon Stassen in 2002, has been integral in keeping the ship together through three coaches in the past three years. Dufner’s efforts were rewarded as he was named defensive coordinator at the start of the season. He takes over for Mike Fritze, who ran the defense in the spring but moved to the interim head coach role due to Paul Miller’s health concerns. The defense looks to improve after allowing an average of 424.5 yards per game last season including 221.8 yards per contest on the ground. Dufner returns from last season’s staff, coaching the linebackers, as does former University of Utah defensive back Sean Knox, who coaches the secondary. The lone newcomer is Levi Bullerman, a former Southwest Minnesota State University player who is very familiar with the lay of the land in the NSIC. DEFENSIVE TACKLES A big story line at defensive tackle is the return of Jonique Andrews (R-So., DL, 6-0 239, Oakland, Calif.), who returns after suffering an injury in the first game of the season last year. Andrews will be back and battling to see the field along with big Tyler Bos (Sr., 6-8 324, Larchwood, Iowa) and A.J. Wallace (R-So., DL, 6-4 256, New Richmond, Wis.). Bos moved over to defensive line late last season from the offensive line and has improved and is expected to be a big contributor as a senior. Wallace also made the move from the O-Line and will also battle to play. Freshmen Jake Christopherson (Fr., DL, 6-1 256, Sturgeon Lake, Minn.) and Sam Hunter (Fr., DL, 6-1 279, San Clemente, Calif.) along with John Simmons (R-So., DL, 5-9 301, Pillager, Minn.) will push for playing time inside. Rene Lawson, Jr. (So., DL, 6-1 271, Arlington, Texas) also has the ability to slide inside as he showed last year. DEFENSIVE ENDS he Golden Eagles return two starters and a third player who saw considerable playing time last season at the defensive end spot. Drew Selvestra (R-So., DL, 6-3 246, Eagan, Minn.) leads the pack for UMC after appearing in 10 games as a freshman and notching 34 tackles with 8.5 tackles for loss. Lofquist also returns, after being forced to start at tackle last season due to injury. Lofquist started nine games in 2012 and had 35 tackles on the year, leading all defensive linemen. Rene Lawson, Jr. (So., DL, 6-1 271, Arlington, Texas) started four games last season and will be a major contributor in 2013. Lawson had 19 tackles, including one sack and three tackles for loss as a freshman. LaMar Daniels (Jr., 6-3 225, Toledo, Ohio), Anthony Peterson (R-Fr., DL, 6-1 221, Swanville, Minn.), Kevin Ellis (Sr., DL, 6-3 211, Gary, Ind.) and Caleb Banks (Fr., DL, 5-11 230, Stephen, Minn.) will provide depth at the position. LINEBACKERS Linebacker is perhaps where the Golden Eagles return the most talent on the entire team. The Golden Eagles will only start two linebackers this season in the 4-2-5 but return all three men who started at the position last year. All-NSIC North Honorable Mention pick Ricky Jacobs (Sr., LB, 6-1 232, Junction City, Kan.) leads the fray for the Golden Eagles after starting all 11 games and making 55 tackles as a junior. He also grabbed three interceptions and notched 4.5 tackles for loss. Hometown hero Brody Davidson (Jr., LB, 5-11 215, Crookston, Minn.) also returns after starting all 11 games and making 49 tackles on the year. Andrew “Rock” Hall (R-Jr., LB, 6-0 215, Detroit, Mich.), who lost 50 pounds in the offseason, also returns to the fray after leading the linebacking corps with 60 tackles last season, which was second overall on the team. Providing depth at linebacker will be freshmen Louie Olmedo (Fr., LB, 5-11 213, San Diego, Calif.), Austin Strukel (R-Fr., LB, 5-11 200, Virginia, Minn.) and Landon Cook (Fr., LB, 5-9 218, San Clemente, Calif.). CORNERBACKS Senior Paul Webster (DB, 5-11 175, Opa-Locka, Fla.) leads the way at corner for the Golden Eagles after starting seven games after transferring from Chabot Junior College. Webster had 28 tackles and one interception last year. Also expecting to be key contributors are freshman Mychal Traylor (DB, 5-10 161, Cerritos, Calif.) and sophomore Lethzee Calderon (DB, 5-11 175, Eagan, Minn.). Traylor had three interceptions last season while playing high school ball in California. Calderon moved around a bit last year, playing some at wide receiver and defensive back but has settled at defensive back for the Golden Eagles. He appeared in eight games last season for UMC. Providing depth at the position will be Chadron State College (Neb.) transfer Abdilatif Ugas (So., DB, 6-1 161, Lemon Grove, Calif.) and Marzell Mitchell, III (So., DB, 5-7 143, West Palm Beach, Fla.), who redshirted last season after arriving from Florida A&M University. SAFETIES The Golden Eagles will boast three safeties in the 4-2-5 defense in 2013. Leading the way will be converted cornerback, Tevin Kellum (Sr., DB, 6-0 190, Detroit, Mich.). Kellum started all 11 games last season and had 48 tackles with 2.5 tackles for loss and two interceptions. Joining Kellum in the back of the defense will be Joshua Perea (Sr., DB, 5-10 177, Pico Rivera, Calif.) and Freedom McCullough (Sr., DB, 6-2 211, Los Angeles, Calif.). McCullough started seven games last season while notching 37 tackles and tallying a team-leading five interceptions. Perea has done a little bit of everything for the Golden Eagles, playing quarterback and wide receiver before moving to defensive back in spring practice. Safety is perhaps the deepest position on the Golden Eagle roster. Nataki Morris (Sr., DB, 5-9 173, Orlando, Fla.) started four games last season. Converted running back Tyler Hansen (Jr., DB, 6-0 216, Morris, Minn.) is competing for a spot as is Upper Iowa University tranfer Marvin Miller, Jr., (R-So., DB, 6-0 198, Royal Palm Beach, Fla.). Freshmen Trent Galkoski (DB, 6-0 194, San Diego, Calif.) and Tanner Walsh (DB, 6-1 170, Gaylord, Minn.) are also in the fray. SPECIAL TEAMS Mike Maw (Fr., K, 5-7 170, White Bear Lake, Minn.) will handle the three major duties for the Golden Eagles on special teams, kicking off, punting and placekicking. Maw will be backed up by Tago Su’e at kicker and Hansen at punter. Reserve quarterback Manahan will handle the long snapping duties while Wallace will serve as the team’s short snapper. The Golden Eagles are looking at several different options in the return game.


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Head Coach Mike Fritze Long-time Minnesota high school head coach Mike Fritze was hired to serve as the team’s defensive coordinator under long-time friend Paul Miller in 2013 after retiring from teaching and high school coaching after the conclusion of the 2012 season. Fritze had coached for a combined 103 consecutive seasons in three sports (football, boys basketball and track and field) prior to his arrival at the University of Minnesota, Crookston. He spent the last 18 seasons as the head football coach at Apple Valley High School in Apple Valley, Minn. Fritze succeeded current UMC head coach Paul Miller as the head coach at Apple Valley in 1995. Fritze first arrived at Apple Valley High School in 1981 after five years coaching high school in Wisconsin. He served as an assistant for Coach Miller’s 1986 and 1993 state championship teams before taking over as head coach. Coach Miller came back to serve as Fritze’s offensive coordinator in 2008. In 2012, Fritze helped lead Apple Valley to an 8-3 record and their first state playoff berth since 1993 when they won the state championship under Coach Miller. Fritze was head boys basketball coach for six seasons, leading the Eagles to the state tournament twice. Fritze will spend time living in both Crookston and in the Twin Cities with his wife Kris.

Mike Fritze Head Coaching Profile College As an Assistant Coach 1976 Jefferson H.S. 1977 Jefferson H.S. 1978 Jefferson H.S. 1979 Jefferson H.S. 1980 Jefferson H.S. 1981 Apple Valley H.S. 1982 Apple Valley H.S. 1983 Apple Valley H.S. 1984 Apple Valley H.S. 1985 Apple Valley H.S. 1986 Apple Valley H.S. 1987 Apple Valley H.S. 1988 Apple Valley H.S. 1989 Apple Valley H.S. 1990 Apple Valley H.S. 1991 Apple Valley H.S. 1992 Apple Valley H.S. 1993 Apple Valley H.S. 1994 Apple Valley H.S.

As a Head Coach 1995 Apple Valley H.S. 1996 Apple Valley H.S. 1997 Apple Valley H.S. 1998 Apple Valley H.S. 1999 Apple Valley H.S. 2000 Apple Valley H.S. 2001 Apple Valley H.S. 2002 Apple Valley H.S. 2003 Apple Valley H.S. 2004 Apple Valley H.S. 2005 Apple Valley H.S. 2006 Apple Valley H.S. 2007 Apple Valley H.S. 2008 Apple Valley H.S. 2009 Apple Valley H.S. 2010 Apple Valley H.S. 2011 Apple Valley H.S. 2012 Apple Valley H.S. 2013-Pr Minnesota Crookston (1-5)


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Minnesota Crookston Roster ## 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 34 35 37 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46

Name Keoni Piceno Marvin Miller, Jr. Lethzee Calderon Tevin Kellum Talo Pascal Ben Bucholz Andrew “Rock” Hall Ricky Jacobs Andrew Steinfeldt Marcus Cheatham Ekolu Ramos Kyle Larson Joshua Perea Nathan Cole Nataki Morris Josh Ross Mychal Traylor Jordan Manahan Jonique Andrews Tyler Hansen Brody Davidson Myint Maung Paul Webster Adam Eyton Freedom McCullough Keith McBride Rene Lawson, Jr. Marzell Mitchell III Dre Person Trent Galkoski Stanley Harvey Justin Tago Su’e Tanner Walsh Adilatif Ugas Tommy Smith Jacob Pinder Greg Lofquist Michael Williams Ryan Hutton Kevin Williams Landon Cook Kalil Wilson

Pos WR DB DB DB RB QB LB LB RB WR WR QB DB QB DB WR DB QB DL DB LB WR DB TE DB RB DL DB RB DB WR WR DB DB RB TE DL RB WR RB LB DB

Ht. Wt. 5-9 170 6-0 198 5-11 175 6-0 190 5-8 173 6-7 233 6-0 215 6-1 232 5-10 183 5-11 185 5-10 160 6-1 173 5-10 177 6-4 215 5-9 173 6-4 170 5-10 161 5-11 192 6-0 239 6-0 216 5-11 215 5-8 160 5-11 175 6-4 210 6-2 211 5-11 211 6-1 271 5-7 143 5-11 197 6-0 194 6-2 180 5-11 180 6-1 170 6-1 161 5-8 162 6-4 233 6-1 225 5-7 220 5-11 170 5-7 218 5-9 218 5-9 148

Yr. Hometown Fr. Wahiawa, Hawai’i R-So. Royal Palm Beach, Fla. R-So. Eagan, Minn. Sr. Detroit, Mich. So. Arlington, Texas R-So. Perham, Minn. R-Jr. Detroit, Mich. Sr. Junction City, Kan. Sr. Green Bay, Wis. R-Jr. Stockton, Calif. Fr. Mililani, Hawai’i Fr. Clayton, Wis. Sr. Pico Rivera, Calif. Fr. Aliso Viejo, Calif. Sr. Orlando, Fla. So. Palmdale, Calif. Fr. Cerritos, Calif. Jr. Shuniah, Ontario R-So. Oakland, Calif. Jr. Morris, Minn. Jr. Crookston, Minn. R-So. St. Paul, Minn. Sr. Opa-locka, Fla. Sr. Burnsville, Minn. Sr. Los Angeles, Calif. Sr. Lodi, Wis. So. Arlington, Texas So. West Palm Beach, Fla. R-Fr. Detroit, Mich. Fr. La Mesa, Calif. R-Fr. Long Prairie, Minn. Fr. Ewa Beach, Hawai’i R-Fr. Gaylord, Minn. So. Lemon Grove, Calif. So. Naranja, Fla. Jr. Orlando, Fla. Jr. South St. Paul, Minn. R-So. Miami, Fla. R-Fr. Thief River Falls, Minn. R-Jr. Houston, Texas Fr. San Clemente, Calif. Fr. Woodbridge, Va.

## 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 59 60 63 64 65 67 70 71 72 74 76 77 82 86 88 89 91 99

Name Louie Olmedo Kevin Ellis Josh Hughes LaMar Daniels Austin Strukel Anthony Fish Jake Neubauer Bobby Hitchcock Anthony Peterson Caleb Banks Joe Machacek Drew McDurmin John Simmons Jake Christopherson Tyman Hayashi Sam Smith Jeff Pryor Tyler Bos John Mitzel Matt Borowicz Mike Maw Forrest Dunivin Nicholas Exposito Taylor Crassweller Drew Selvestra A.J. Wallace

Pos LB DL OL DL LB OL OL OL DL DL OL OL DL DL OL OL OL DL OL OL K WR TE WR DL DL

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

Wt. 213 211 236 225 200 290 255 238 221 230 260 280 301 256 273 290 306 324 279 301 170 195 237 165 246 256

Yr. Hometown Fr. San Diego, Calif. Sr. Gary, Ind. R-Fr. Weeki Wachee, Fla. Jr. Toledo, Ohio R-Fr. Virginia, Minn. Jr. Warroad, Minn. Fr. Bismarck, N.D. Fr. Dellwood, Minn. R-Fr. Swanville, Minn. Fr. Stephen, Minn. R-Fr. Eagan, Minn. Fr. Ewa Beach, Hawai’i R-So. Pillager, Minn. Fr. Sturgeon Lake, Minn. Fr. Kalihi, Hawai’i Jr. South St. Paul, Minn. Sr. Havana, Ill. Sr. Larchwood, Iowa Fr. Aliso Viejo, Calif. Jr. Stephen, Minn. Fr. White Bear Lake, Minn. Fr. Las Flores, Calif. So. Woodbridge, Va. R-Fr. Regina, Saskatchewan R-So. Eagan, Minn. R-So. New Richmond, Wis.

By Position QUARTERBACK (4) - Bucholz, Cole, Larson, Manahan

DEFENSIVE LINE (13) - Andrews, Banks, Bos, Christopherson, Daniels, Ellis, Lawson, Lofquist, Peterson, Selvestra, Simmons, Wallace

RUNNING BACKS (7) - Maung, McBride, Pascal, Person, Smith, Steinfeldt

LINEBACKERS (6) - Cook, Davidson, Hall, Jacobs, Olmedo, Strukel

FULLBACK (3) - Lofquist, K. Williams, M. Williams

DEFENSIVE BACKS (12) - Calderon, Galkoski, Hansen, Kellum, McCullough, Miller, Mitchell, Morris, Traylor, Ugas, Webster, Wilson

TIGHT ENDS (3) - Exposito, Eyton, Pinder WIDE RECEIVERS (9) - Cheatham, Crassweller, Dunivin, Harvey, Hutton, Maung, Piceno, Ramos, Ross, Tago Su’e OFFENSIVE LINE (11) - Borowicz, Fish, Hayashi, Hitchcock, Hughes, Machacek, McDurmin, Mitzel, Neubauer, Pryor, Smith

KICKERS (1) - Maw


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MSU Moorhead Roster # 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 31 32 33 34 35 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 49 50

Name Pos Sheldon Jones II DB Chris Kroeten RB Preston Prince WR Anthony Binford DB Myles Montplaisir WR Lomumba Ismail LB Adam Jiskra WR Chris Binford DB Ryan Toelle QB Andrew Pittman LB Jake Hodge QB Jesse Beilke DB Jalen Ham WR Demetrius Carr QB Dan Grande WR Abe Roehrich DB Garrett Shelley WR Laquone Robinson WR Austin Stone RB Zayne Medhaug RB Brandon Nelson DB Jaylen Raye DB Brock Kolander RB Dylan Hall DB Anthony Baysah RB Korey Jacobson RB Brandon Schell RB J.P. Mortenson DB Nick Ecklund OLB Antonio Hardy-Dundy OLB Chris Lee LB Sam Callahan OLB Nick Seedorff LB Jimmy Roth DB Josh Trautman LB Jared Fischer DB Charlie Pentz LB Jackson Hurst DB LeWayne Wright OLB Matthew Frethem LB Aaron Bohl LB Glen Miron LB Kyle Petersburg LB Robby Hine DB Jeff Mueller LB

Ht. 5-10 5-9 5-5 5-11 6-1 6-3 6-2 5-7 6-2 5-7 6-1 5-11 6-0 6-2 6-1 5-11 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-1 6-2 5-7 6-0 5-9 5-8 5-9 5-11 5-8 5-11 6-2 5-11 6-2 5-7 5-8 6-0 5-10 5-10 5-5 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-1 5-9 5-10 6-1

Wt. 178 179 157 171 207 219 177 147 195 197 195 178 181 227 171 188 177 173 180 203 190 157 196 172 150 182 200 186 25 230 215 230 207 158 210 200 194 172 227 192 230 218 182 157 207

Yr. So. So. So. Jr. So. Jr. So. So. So. Jr. So. RS So. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. So. So. So. Fr. So. RS R-Fr. Jr. RS R-Fr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Fr. So. RS So. RS So. R-Fr. R-Fr. Fr. RS RS RS

Hometown Chicago Heights, Ill. Plymouth, Minn. Compton, Calif. Artesia, Calif. Fargo, N.D. Ramsey, Minn. Grafton, N.D. Artesia, Calif. Sisseton, S.D> Miami, Fla. Kasson, Minn. Buffalo, N.D. Casselton, N.D. Naperville, Ill. Cando, N.D. Stanley, N.D. Delano, Minn. Minneapolis, Minn. New London, Minn. Wahpeton, N.D. West Fargo, N.D. Bellflower, Calif. Waseca, Minn. Inglewood, Calif. Bloomington, Minn. Baldwin, Wis. Lisbon, N.D. Kennedy, Minn. Minnetonka, Minn. Milwaukee, Wis. Dell Rapids, S.D. Fargo, N.D. Cedar Rapids, Iowa Minneapolis, Minn. Perham, Minn. Bismarck, N.D. Waite Park, Minn. Minneapolis, Minn. Newport Beach, Calif. Wadena, Minn. Lincoln, Neb. Hugo, Minn. Hallock, Minn. Nevis, Minn. Zimmerman, Minn.

# 51 52 53 54 56 57 60 61 62 64 66 67 69 70 71 73 74 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 86 87 88 90 91 92 93 94 95 98 99

Name Pos Ht. Kasey Groettum OL 5-11 Logan Romines OL 6-3 Jake Tiede LB 6-0 Troy Peterson OL 6-4 William Beiseker DB 6-2 Brett Gehring DL 5-11 Jack Bixler OL 6-2 Ibukun Awosika OL 6-5 Wes Kramer K/P 6-3 Jake Antolak OL 6-0 Cory Jopp OL 5-10 Austin Winnegge OL 6-0 Drew Viken OL 6-1 Bennen Bierman OL 6-1 Joseph Bromenshenkel OL 6-2 Chris Kocay OL 6-3 Lane Puckett OL 6-3 Sam Hyland OL 6-4 Akeel Abdelhadi OL 6-0 Damien Patrick OL 6-3 Lee Schroeder OL 6-4 Michael Schwichtenberg P 6-0 Eli Wettstein K 5-9 Shaun Hollenkamp TE 6-2 Cory Ambrose WR 5-6 Tyler Barnes TE/LS 6-3 Camden Knuckles WR 5-4 Bryan Paredes WR 5-9 Wade Youngblom TE 6-2 Jordan Pangrac DL 6-2 Spencer Robbins DL 6-2 Mike Mann DL 6-1 Tyler Jensen DL 5-11 Zach Drevlow DL 6-3 Ryan Dahleen DL 6-2 Ross Montgomery DL 6-2 Steve Schutz DL 6-5

Wt. 265 273 234 278 174 239 238 235 246 271 278 279 265 279 257 280 265 269 326 293 247 215 170 225 150 255 128 175 238 266 228 243 307 247 247 227 261

Yr. Jr. Jr. RS So. RS R-Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. So. RS Fr. Jr. So. So. RS Fr. Fr. Fr. RS RS Fr. Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Sr. RS RS So. Jr. Fr. Sr. RS Fr. R-Fr. Jr. So.

Hometown Lisbon, N.D. Wyoming, Minn. Adrian, Minn. Hitterdal, Minn. Apple Valley, Minn. Bismarck, N.D. Chanhassen, Minn. Plymouth, Minn. Northfield, Minn. Zimmerman, Minn. Zimmerman, Minn. Langdon, N.D. Fosston, Minn. Forest Lake, Minn. Sauk Centre, Minn. Menifee, Calif. Crystal Lake, Ill. Golden Valley, Minn. Hoffman Estates, Ill. Crystal Lake, Ill. New London, Minn. West Bend, Wis. DePere, Wis. Pine City, Minn. Grasston, Minn. Farmington, Minn. Minneapolis, Minn. Torrance, Calif. Sisseton, S.D. Grey Eagle, Minn. Cavalier, N.D. Plymouth, Minn. Benson, Minn. Gwinner, N.D. Palos Hills, Ill. West Fargo, N.D. Kimball, Minn.

MSU Moorhead Preview Minnesota State University Moorhead comes into the weekend with a 1-5 overall mark. The lone win for the Dragons came in a 47-46 win over Northern State University Oct. 5. MSU Moorhead is in their third year under Steve Laqua, a former offensive coordinator at UMC in 2004. The Dragons are led by a potent offense that is averaging 32.5 points a game and 461.5 yards per contest. However, the MSU Moorhead defense has struggled as they have conversely given up 47.3 points per game and 504.7 yards defensively per game. MSU Moorhead’s offense is led by quarterback Jake Hodge, who is 103-of-175 for 1,322 yards with 13 touchdowns and two interceptions. His top target has been Adam Jiskra, who has 39 catches for 596 yards and six touchdowns while Cory Ambrose has 29 receptions for 245 yards. In the backfield, running back Brandon Schell and Hodge have been threats for the Dragons. Schell has 84 rushes for 426 yards with two touchdowns while Hodge has 76 carries for 426 yards and seven touchdowns. Defensively, linebacker Chris Lee has led the way with 47 tackles and 7.5 tackles for loss while North Dakota State University head coach Craig Bohl’s son Aaron is second on the team with 37 tackles with 2.5 tackles for loss and one sack.


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The Automated ScoreBook Minnesota Crookston Combined Team Statistics (as of Oct 18, 2013) All games Date *C Sep 06, 2013 * Sep 14, 2013 * Sep 16, 2013 * Sep 28, 2013 * Oct 05, 2013 * Oct 11, 2013

Opponent UPPER IOWA at #2 Minnesota State WAYNE STATE at Sioux Falls BEMIDJI STATE at St. Cloud State Univ

Rushing

gp

Passing

gp

Receiving

gp

McBride, Keith Pascal, Talo Smith, Tommy Hansen, Tyler Maung, Myint Tago Su'e, Justin Steinfeldt, Andrew Manahan, Jordan Cole, Nathan TEAM Maw, Mike Larson, Kyle Total Opponents Larson, Kyle Cole, Nathan Manahan, Jordan Tago Su'e, Justin Cheatham, Marcus Total Opponents Tago Su'e, Justin Cheatham, Marcus Pinder, Jacob Piceno, Keoni Exposito, Nicholas Dunivin, Forrest Smith, Tommy Pascal, Talo McBride, Keith Steinfeldt, Andrew Crassweller, Taylor Lofquist, Greg Total Opponents Field Goals

net

effic comp-att-int

avg

pct

6 99.70 65-134-5 4 85.94 15-25-1 4 0.00 0-1-0 6 0.00 0-1-0 6 66.40 1-1-0 6 96.14 81-162-6 6 185.23 83-128-2

6 6 6 6 5 5 6 6 6 6 3 6 6 6

no.

Scoring

td

yds

15 111 13 112 9 121 8 173 8 67 7 90 6 24 5 37 5 14 2 18 2 18 1 12 81 797 83 1332

fg

0-2

Score by Quarters Minnesota Crookston Opponents

gain loss

Att. 1067 3407 345 1786 712 3164

td

fg

3 2 2 2 - 0-2 1 1 1 - - - 12 0-2 39 2-6 1st

0-2

6-10 6-10 33-38 2nd

1 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 14

20-29

kick

6 19 55 121

td

7.4 8.6 13.4 21.6 8.4 12.9 4.0 7.4 2.8 9.0 9.0 12.0 9.8 16.0

0.0 0-0

3rd

21 40

td

lg avg/g

62 116.7 22 25.2 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 -0.7 62 132.8 97 222.0

lg avg/g

19 18.5 22 18.7 30 20.2 62 28.8 24 13.4 53 18.0 9 4.0 9 6.2 8 2.3 19 3.0 11 6.0 12 2.0 62 132.8 97 222.0

30-39

0-0

40-49

0-0

Interceptions

4th

34 61

0 0

1 1

Punting

lg blk

50-99

0-0

0

Total 80 277

-

pts

- 18 - 12 - 12 - 12 6 6 6 6 1 2 0 0 1 80 1 277

Home 1-2 1-2 0-0

1

no.

Kick Returns

no.

Hansen, Tyler Tago Su'e, Justin Smith, Tommy Total Opponents

1 1 1 3 17

Dunivin, Forrest McBride, Keith Hansen, Tyler Maung, Myint Tago Su'e, Justin Smith, Tommy Lofquist, Greg Pascal, Talo Exposito, Nicholas Total Opponents McBride, Keith Pascal, Talo Dunivin, Forrest Smith, Tommy Hansen, Tyler Total Opponents Total Offense

yds

avg

td

13 13.0 16 16.0

10 8 7 4 3 3 2 1 1 39 18

g

rush

Neutral 0-0 0-0 0-0

avg

lg

yds

21 0 8 29 54

yds

191 150 172 48 54 67 13 10 14 719 431 rcv

6 300 14 6 235 37 5 0 90 6 140 24 6 42 0 6 501 797 6 1760 1332 g plays

1 0 0

td

avg

td

19.1 18.8 24.6 12.0 18.0 22.3 6.5 10.0 14.0 18.4 23.9 pr

0 0 0 8 21 29 54 rush

13 16

tb

avg

21.0 0.0 8.0 9.7 3.2

OPP 143 81 56 6 1760 285 6.2 293.3 23 1332 83-128-2 10.4 16.0 222.0 14 3092 7.5 515.3 18-431 17-54 6-132 17-11 26-283 15-33.7 28:00 36/71 8/13 lg

0 0

34 1232 36.2 73 7 242 34.6 41 3 74 24.7 28

Punt Returns

All Purpose

Away 0-3 0-3 0-0

UMC 78 30 38 10 501 234 2.1 83.5 6 797 81-162-6 4.9 9.8 132.8 6 1298 3.3 216.3 39-719 3-29 2-29 12-4 28-221 44-35.2 31:58 21/97 12/23

no. yds

Hansen, Tyler Maw, Mike Larson, Kyle

- - - - - - - - - - - 0-1 - 0-1 - -

OT

no.

Kellum, Tevin Perea, Joshua

PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf

0-1 0-1 1-1

Overall 1-5 1-5 0-0

Team Statistics FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Pe n a l t y RUSHING YARDAGE Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards PUNTS-AVG TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 4TH-DOWN Conversions

50 50.0 75 39.2 15 23.3 39 7.0 1 0.2 6 0.2 5 0.0 0 -2.5 4 -5.2 0 -9.5 0 -7.7 15 -17.2 75 83.5 54 293.3

48.5 700 6 60.0 101 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 100.0 -4 0 50.0 797 6 64.8 1332 14

avg

pct. 01-19

yds

Record: All games Conference Non-Conference

lg avg/g

6 65 309 9 300 4.6 2 6 71 257 22 235 3.3 2 6 36 164 24 140 3.9 1 6 3 42 0 42 14.0 1 5 1 1 0 1 1.0 0 6 5 10 9 1 0.2 0 6 5 7 7 0 0.0 0 4 2 0 10 -10 -5.0 0 4 7 7 28 -21 -3.0 0 4 3 0 38 -38 -12.7 0 6 2 0 46 -46 -23.0 0 6 34 57 160 -103 -3.0 0 6 234 854 353 501 2.1 6 6 285 1843 83 1760 6.2 23

Maw, Mike

Piceno, Keoni Pascal, Talo Pinder, Jacob McBride, Keith Maw, Mike Tago Su'e, Justin Hansen, Tyler Smith, Tommy TEAM Perea, Joshua Larson, Kyle Total Opponents

att

Score 0-47 26-68 25-41 7-52 16-14 6-55

L L L L W L

0 0 0 0 0

fc i20 50+ blk

3 0 0

9 0 1

4 0 0

0 0 0

lg

0 0 8 8 31 lg

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

30 32 35 16 22 31 7 8 14 35 80

kr

ir

total avg/g

150 0 464 77.3 10 0 282 47.0 191 0 281 56.2 67 0 239 39.8 172 0 235 39.2 719 29 2075 345.8 431 132 3709 618.2 pass

total avg/g


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The Automated ScoreBook Minnesota Crookston Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Oct 18, 2013) All games Tackles #

Defensive Leaders

4

Kellum, Tevin Hall, Andrew Jacobs, Ricky Davidson, Brody Webster, Paul Lofquist, Greg Perea, Joshua Calderon, Lethzee Hansen, Tyler Wallace, A.J. Lawson, Rene Bos, Tyler Daniels, LaMar Andrews, Jonique McCullough, Freedom Selvestra, Drew Traylor, Mychal Steinfeldt, Andrew Miller, Marvin Galkoski, Trent Tago Su'e, Justin Maw, Mike Morris, Nataki Maung, Myint McBride, Keith Williams, Kevin TEAM Manahan, Jordan Simmons, John Pascal, Talo Hughes, Josh Borowicz, Matt Total Opponents

7 8 22 24 41 13 3 21 99 28 74 51 19 26 91 17 9 2 31 34 82 15 23 27 44 TM 18 65 5 50 77

gp

ua

Sacks

a

tot

tfl/yds

no-yds

6 32 18 6 30 15 6 22 21 6 16 22 6 29 6 6 8 17 6 10 13 6 16 6 6 14 8 6 9 8 6 9 7 6 6 8 6 7 5 6 5 6 4 8 3 3 3 7 6 6 1 6 3 1 3 . 4 6 1 3 6 2 1 6 2 1 5 . 2 5 2 . 6 2 . 6 1 . 4 1 . 4 1 . 1 . 1 6 1 . 4 . . 4 . . 6 246 184 6 240 168

50 45 43 38 35 25 23 22 22 17 16 14 12 11 11 10 7 4 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 . . 430 408

2.5-6 3.5-11 2.5-5 3.5-10 0.5-0 2.0-11 . 1.0-3 1.0-3 1.0-1 0.5-1 3.0-4 1.0-5 1.0-9 0.5-2 1.0-2 0.5-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-74 48-306

. 0.5-1 . 2.0-9 . 1.0-7 . . . . 1.5-1 . 1.0-5 1.0-9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-32 19-158

Pass defense int-yds brup

1-13 . . . . . 1-16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-29 6-132

1 . 1 . 3 . . 2 1 . . 1 1 1 1 . . . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 15

Fumbles

qbh

rcv-yds

. . . . . . . . . . . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 4

1-0 1-0 1-0 . . . . 1-0 1-0 1-0 . . 1-0 1-0 . . . 1-0 . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . 1-0 . 11-0 4-0

blkd ff kick

. . 1 1 1 . . . 1 . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 4

. . 1 . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 4 3

saf

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . 1 1

UMC FB Notes MSU Moorhead