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This is Sewanee Football.............................. 1 Quick Facts/Contents................................... 2 2011 Schedule............................................ 3 2011 Season Preview................................... 4 Coaches...................................................... 5 Head Coach Tommy Laurendine..................... 6 Assistant Coaches....................................... 7 Players........................................................ 9 2011 Numerical Roster.............................. 10 2011 Alphabetical Roster........................... 11 Player Photos............................................. 12 2010 Year in Review................................... 15 2010 Statistics ......................................... 16 2010 Individual Statistics........................... 17 All-Time Sewanee Records.......................... 18 2010 SCACS All-Conference Team............... 19 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference....... 20 Opponents................................................. 21 2011 Opponents........................................ 22 Sewanee vs. Rhodes.................................. 25 All-Time Series Record................................ 26 This is Sewanee......................................... 28 South’s Oldest Field................................... 29 Hall of Fame.............................................. 30 National Honors......................................... 31 Athletic Training.......................................... 32 Weight Room............................................. 33 All-Time Coaching Leaders.......................... 34 Year by Year Results.............................36 The Iron Men of 1899...........................40 YSR Club.............................................41

Sewanee Football 2011 Quick Facts University Information Name: The University of the South Address: 735 University Ave, Sewanee, TN 37383 Affiliation: Episcopal Founded: July 4, 1857 Description: National, Co-Ed, and Liberal Arts Enrollment: 1,500 Vice Chancellor & President: John M. McCardell Jr. (Washington & Lee, 1971) Athletic Director: Mark Webb (Tennessee Tech, 1981) Nickname: Tigers Colors: Purple, Gold, And White Conference: Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) Affiliation: NCAA Division III First Year of Athletics: 1857

Current Football Information Head Coach: Tommy Laurendine (Lenior-Rhyne, 1990) Career Record: First Season Record at Sewanee: First Season Assistant Coaches: Brian Newberry, Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Ossie Buchannon, Defensive Backs Adrian Norris, Wide Receivers Chris Shank, Offensive Line Josh Taylor, Defensive Line/Strength and Conditioning Office: 931.598.1593 Fax: 931.598.1673 Letterman Returning/Lost: 44/19 2010 Record: 1-9 (0-7 SCAC)

Football History Seasons: 116 First Game: Nov. 7, 1891 (Vanderbilt 22, Sewanee 0) Overall Record: 466-471 Home Record: 258-148-11 SCAC/CAC Record: 99-128-6 Record for Season Openers: 70-38-8 Undefeated Seasons: 4 (1898, 1899, 1958, 1963) Southern Champions: (1898, 1899, 1909)* SCAC/CAC Champions: 12 (1963, 64, 65, 67, 75, 76, 78, 79, 82, 90, 92, 2000) Football Stadium: Harris Stadium (3,000) Field: McGee Field — South’s oldest on-campus field among NCAA schools; fourth oldest in the nation.

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Football Contact/Sports Information Director: Clayton Felts Office Phone: 931.598.1311 Email: cafelts@sewanee.edu Athletic Office Fax: 931.598.1673 Athletic Facilities & Business Manager: Bill Barry Equipment Manager: Art Hanson Athletic Trainer: Ray Knight SCAC Contact: Jeff DeBaldo Email: jdebaldo@scacsports.com The University of the South does not discriminate in employment, the admission of students, or in the administration of any of its educational policies, programs, or activities on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, veteran/reserve/national guard status, or religion (except in the School of Theology’s Master of Divinity program, where preference is given to individuals of the Episcopal faith and except for those employment positions where religious affiliation is a necessary qualification). The University of the South complies with the 1964 Civil Rights Act, Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, the I.R.S. Anti-Bias Regulation, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Americans with Disabilities Act. The provost of the University of the South, Dr. Linda Bright Lankewicz, 735 University Avenue, Sewanee TN, 37383-1000, 931.598.1000, is the person responsible for coordinating the University’s effort to comply with these laws.

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Champions: SIAA: 1898, 1899, 1900 | CAC: 1963, 1965, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1990 | SCAC: 1992, 2000


Sept. 3 Earlham College (Hall of Fame Game) Sewanee, Tenn.

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Sept. 10

Washington and Lee University

Lexington, Va.

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Sept. 17

University of Puget Sound

Tacoma, Wash.

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Trinity University*

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DePauw University Sewanee, Tenn.

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Centre College*

Danville, Ky.

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Rhodes College*

Memphis, Tenn.

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Nov. 5 Austin College* (Homecoming) Sewanee, Tenn.

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San Antonio, Texas

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Oct. 1 Millsaps College* (Family Weekend) Sewanee, Tenn.

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2010 Results Earlham Washington and Lee Hampden-Sydney DePauw Centre Austin College Trinity Birmingham-Southern Millsaps Rhodes (HC)

Richmond, Ind. Sewanee, Tenn. Hampden-Sydney, Va. Greencastle, Ind. Sewanee, Tenn. Sherman, Texas Sewanee, Tenn. Birmingham, Ala. Jackson, Miss. Sewanee, Tenn.

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Tigers Look For a Fresh Start In 2011 Outlook Under first-year Head Coach Tommy Laurendine the “new look” Tigers will begin the 2011 season with a good mix of new and familiar faces. The Sewanee roster returns 40 letter winners from a year ago, which include five SCAC All-Conference selections from 2010 and the team’s leaders in receiving, passing, rushing, and tackles. The Tigers hope that returning experience will rub off on a young Sewanee squad that welcomes 32 freshmen to the Mountain. With the combination of youthful enthusiasm and veteran leadership Sewanee will look to a number of players to contribute to its success in 2011. “Heading into this season I’m very happy with how hard our kids have competed during all our practices,” said Laurendine. “We have a lot of confidence going into this season. If we can stay healthy I really expect our kids to surprise some teams as we move forward this fall. We’ve talked all year about what it’s going to take for us to build back this program. Sewanee has a great tradition and I want every one of our players, from the captains to the newcomers, to believe that they are a part of something bigger than just themselves.” Offense After running multiple offensive sets a year ago, Sewanee will enter its first contest running out of the Triple Option. “Overall, the players have bought into what we are trying to do on offense,” said Laurendine. “We are the type of offense that is going to keep possession, make first downs, and control the clock. We feel that if we can limit turnovers and keep our ground game moving, we are going to have a chance to wear teams down by the fourth quarter.” Sewanee will bring a mix of veteran seniors and young newcomers into its new formation. Up front the Tigers will look to a number of freshman to make an impact along with seniors Andrew Taylor and Andrew Gordon at the right 4|

tackle position. Also returning along the front five is sophomore center Connor Lewis, sophomore Jake Fojtick at right guard, along with senior Max Jones. All upperclassmen will be relied on heavily with a pair of freshmen Brandon Miller and Tanner Potts anchoring the remaining left guard and left tackle spots. Behind the men in the trenches, Sewanee returns sophomore quarterback Lee Schurlknight and senior fullbacks Sergio Acosta and Zeke Wilson. A season ago Schurlknight led the Tigers in total offense with 1,089 combined yards, while Wilson earned all-conference honors after rushing for a team-best 621 yards and three touchdowns. “Our offense is centered around the positions that Sergio, Zeke, and Lee play,” said Laurendine. “All three have had a great camp this August. With Lee being a young QB I’m glad we have a lot of senior-led players like both our fullbacks who will be able to lead this new system as we move forward.” Also in the backfield for the Tigers will be returning running backs junior Jase Brooks and senior Ben Cleveland. Both ball carriers had an impressive first month of practice and should see a significant amount of touches this fall. Even with the Sewanee offense going with more of a ground attack this season, the Tigers will still have plenty of options to spread opposing defense out through the air. The Tigers return a number of receivers including sophomore Chad Morehead, who led Sewanee in 2010 with team-best 25 catches for 201 yards. Defense On the defensive side of the ball first-year defensive coordinator Brian Newberry will hope to utilize the Tigers’ speed in his new 3-4 scheme. With Sewanee lacking some size up front, the Tigers will look to defensive ends Will Law who earned second-team all-conference honors a season ago —

and freshman David Garcia to improve on the Sewanee’s 11 sacks in 2010. At the linebacker position, the Tigers are highlighted by a pair of strong defenders, in junior J.P. Bordeaux and senior Zac Atkins. Both players combined for 155 tackles and four fumble recoveries a year ago. “J.P. and Zac are the leaders of our defense,” said Laudendine. “Like our offense we are a little young up front so I we expect our linebackers to make good fundamental tackles when they get to the ball.” In the secondary, the Tigers return first-team all-conference safety Alfonzo Knight who will look to lead the defensive backs again. A year ago, Knight led the Tigers with team-best 101 tackles and four interceptions. Opposite of Knight will be junior safety Murphy Walters, who saw significant playing time a year ago. Anchoring the corner positions for the Tigers will be freshman De’Nard Ford and junior JD Crabtree. Crabtree returns after a strong sophomore season in which the first-year starter totaled 58 stops and three pass breakups. On the other side, Ford earned the starting nod after impressing coaches early in camp with his quickness and natural playmaking abilities. Special Teams After losing two-time all-conference kicker Geoffrey Marolda, the Tigers will now look to junior Trey Knighton for its field goal and extra point duties. Knighton enters the season with little experience, however the third-year Arab, Ala., native had a strong showing during the teams three weeks of practice and first scrimmage. The strength of the special team play should be in the host of returners that the Tigers return this fall. Senior Ben Cleveland — who led the Tigers with 364 kickoff return yards last season — will share duties with junior Jase Brooks, as well as sophomores Chad Morehead, Chuck Winfield, and Parks Kingery.

Champions: SIAA: 1898, 1899, 1900 | CAC: 1963, 1965, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1990 | SCAC: 1992, 2000


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After being named the 30th head coach in the Tigers storied history, Tommy Laurendine begins his reign as the program’s leader and offensive coordinator in 2011. An Oak Ridge, Tenn., native, Laurendine comes to Sewanee from The Citadel, where he served as the offensive coordinator in 2010. In addition Laurendine coached the quarterbacks and fullbacks for the Bulldogs. Before his stint at The Citadel, Laurendine served as the offensive coordinator, quarterbacks and fullbacks coach at NCAA Division II Lenoir-Rhyne College for two seasons. In 2008, his offense improved by more than 126 yards per game and finished the season ranked fifth in Division II in rushing, averaging 295.3 yards per contest. In 2009, Laurendine and the Bears averaged 294.3 rushing yards per game, finishing the year with the second best rushing average in Division II. Prior to Lenoir-Rhyne, Laurendine served as the offensive coordinator at Washington & Lee University in 2007. During his time with the Generals, he coached quarterbacks and wide receivers. Laurendine also served as the Generals’ offensive coordinator from 1995-1997. From 2001-2006, Laurendine

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was the assistant head coach and offensive coordinator at Southern Arkansas University. While at Southern Arkansas, Laurendine’s offenses set a combined 18 school records and earned a berth in the NCAA Division II playoffs in 2003. The 2005 squad broke records for total offense (4,677), rushing attempts (630), first downs (250), touchdowns (44), rushing offense (296.4 ypg), total offense (425.2 ypg), scoring offense (29.7 points per game), and single game yardage (615). He also spent the 2000 season as SAU’s assistant head coach, offensive line coach, and team academic coordinator. Laurendine also had coaching stops at the University of West Alabama (1997-2000), Northwest Whitfield High School (1994-95), and West Georgia College (1991-94) as a graduate assistant. Laurendine is a 1990 graduate of Lenoir-Rhyne, where he earned a

B.A. in education. While at L-R, he was a two-year starter at quarterback and was named the 1988 and 1989 South Atlantic Conference Offensive Player of the Year and was a 1989 Domino’s NAIA Player of the Year Finalist. Laurendine was team captain in 1989 and led the Bears to a conference championship in 1988. A two-year letter winner, he was inducted into the L-R Hall of Fame in 2008 and the South Atlantic Conference Hall of Fame in 2008. He holds school records in career completion percentage (58.3), single-season total yards (2,409), and career total yards (4,064). Laurendine began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Lenoir-Rhyne from 1990-1991, before earning his master’s degree in physical education from West Georgia College in 1992. He and his wife, Shawna, have two daughters, Alexa, 11 and Lakin, 6.

Coach Laurendine and his wife, Shauna, with daughters, Alexa (center) and Lakin (right).

Champions: SIAA: 1898, 1899, 1900 | CAC: 1963, 1965, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1990 | SCAC: 1992, 2000


Defensive Backs

Brian Newberry enters his first season at Sewanee as the Tigers new defensive coordinator. Newberry will head up the Tigers defense and linebackers, while also serving as the men’s golf coach during the spring.

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Adrian Norris enters his fifth year as an assistant coach for the Tigers. Norris will coach the wide receivers. In addition to his football duties, he also assists Head Coach Scott Baker with the Tiger baseball team. Norris is a native of Crawfordsville, Ind., and a 2006 graduate of DePauw University. While at DePauw, he was a four-year letterman in baseball and was named first team All-SCAC both his junior and senior years. As a senior, he was team captain and was named All-Tournament. Coach Norris is a 2002 graduate of Crawfordsville High School where he lettered in football, basketball, and baseball. Prior to coming to Sewanee, Norris worked with mutual funds for American Funds in Indianapolis.

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1998 with a Bachelor of Science in Education. Newberry helped the Bears to the Southwest Conference co-championship and an appearance in the Alamo Bowl in 1994 and to a No. 5 national ranking in total defense in 1995.

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Ossie Buchannon is entering his third year as the defensive backs coach for the Tigers. Buchannon is a 2005 graduate of Samford University in Birmingham. Prior to joining the Tiger staff, Coach Buchannon spent two years as a financial services representative for MetLife in Birmingham. As a player at Samford, Buchannon was a four-year letterman. He was team captain and MVP as a senior. While playing for the Bulldogs, Buchannon earned enough receptions to rank third on the Samford all-time receptions list. After college, Coach Buchannon played professionally for one year with the Birmingham Steeldogs Arena Football team.

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Before coming to the Mountain, Newberry served as the defensive backs coach at Elon since 2007. During his time with the Phoenix secondary, Newberry led five Elon players to All-SoCon honors, while ranking fifth in the nation (FCS) in total pass defense in 2009. Previously, Newberry served as the defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Va. In his time at Washington and Lee, Newberry helped the Generals to one of the most successful threeyear periods in the history of their football program. During that span, the Generals led the ODAC in total defense, scoring defense, pass efficiency defense, rushing defense and takeaways all three seasons. In 2004, Washington and Lee ranked second in the NCAA-III in rushing defense, and 22nd in total defense. In 2006, the Generals ranked ninth in NCAA-III in pass efficiency defense. Prior to his stint at Washington and Lee, Newberry spent time as a coach at Lehigh University and Southern Arkansas. As a player, Newberry was a twoyear letterman at defensive back for Baylor University, graduating in

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Chris Shank enters his second season with the Tigers. After coaching the defensive line in 2010, Shank will now switch to the offensive line this fall. Shank comes to the Mountain from Muskingum, where he served as an assistant coach in 2009. While at Muskingum, Shank was responsible for coaching the tight ends. During his tenure, one of his tight ends was named All-Conference. Prior to his stint with the Muskies, Coach Shank was an assistant coach at Lehigh University from 2005-2008 and also served on the staff at Heidelberg from 2003-2005. At Lehigh, Shank coached the offensive line and the tight ends. He served as the defensive line coach for Heidelberg. Shank graduated from Muskingum in 2003 with a B.A. in physical education. As a player on the Muskie football team, he earned All-Conference honors as a tight end his senior year. He was also was awarded the Scholar Athlete Award from the Columbus Chapter of the College Football Hall of Fame. In 2005, Shank earned a master’s degree in education from Heidelberg.

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Taylor came to Sewanee from Samford University in Birmingham. While at Samford, he spent two seasons as the assistant strength and conditioning coach and as an assistant for the defensive line and special teams. He also coached football and baseball at Pleasant Grove High School near Birmingham in 2005 and 2006. As a player at Samford, Taylor was a team captain in 2004 and received the Team-Me Award. He also served as president of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. A Sylacauga, Ala., native and former Sylacauga High School multisport letterman, Coach Taylor resides in Sewanee with his wife, Heather, and their daughter, Mikayla. Heather teaches physical education at St. Andrew’s-Sewanee, where she also coaches middle school basketball.

Josh Taylor enters his fourth season as an assistant coach for the Tigers. After coaching both the defensive line and linebackers this past couple of seasons, Taylor will now concentrate his efforts on the defensive ends and tackles in the Tigers new 3-4 scheme. In addition to his football coaching duties, Taylor also serves as the head strength and conditioning coach for Sewanee’s 400-plus student athletes.

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Coach Taylor with his wife, Heather, and daughter, Mikayla.

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Sewanee Tigers No. Name YR. Pos. 1 Curtis Johnson So. QB 2 Sergio Acosta Jr. RB 3 Chuck Winfield So. RB 4 John Phillip Bordeaux Jr. DB 5 Ben Cleveland Sr. RB 6 Zac Atkins Sr. LB 7 Chad Morehead So. WR 9 Wyatt Ponton Fr. WR 10 Cyrus Wittig So. QB 11 John Paul McDonnell Fr. DB 12 Lee Schurlknight So. QB 13 Conner Anderson So. DB 15 Charlie Powell Fr. DB 16 Geoffrey Strickland Fr. DB 18 Graham Jones Sr. DB 19 Eric Leibrandt So. WR So. DB 21 Andrew Keenan 22 De’Nard Ford Fr. DB Fr. RB 23 DeUntay Bennett 24 Zeke Wilson Sr. RB 25 Matthew Caldwell Jr. DB Fr. RB 26 Cole Heiderich 27 Barrett Goodson Fr. RB 28 Chris Holcomb Fr. WR 29 JD Crabtree Jr. DB 30 Hal Smith Fr. LB 31 Dave McKeithen So. LB Jr. RB 32 Adian Cook Fr. LB 33 Grayson Middlebrooks 34 Jase Brooks Jr. RB 36 Dorsey Dobias Jr. DL Fr. RB 38 Nicholas Rassieur Jr. DB 39 Murphy Walters Fr. LB 40 Matt Robbins 41 Andrew Walters Sr. LB 42 Basil DeJong Fr. LB Jr. K 43 Trey Knighton Sr. RB 44 Sawyer Green 45 Alfonza Knight Sr. DB 46 Andrew Duddlesten So. TE 47 Brice Garrett Fr. LB 48 Kyle Montes Fr. DL Fr. DL 49 David Garcia 50 Pierce McGrady Fr. LB 51 John Davenport Jr. LB 52 Evans Welborn Sr. LB 53 Jake Fojtik So. OL 54 Oliver Larkin Fr. LB 55 Jacob Beu So. DL 56 Justin Hawke Fr. DL Fr. LB 57 Ike Holmes 59 Quillan Snyder Fr. DL 62 Tanner Potts Fr. OL 64 Austin Sisco Fr. OL 65 Atticus Frank So. OL Sr. OL 67 Andrew Gordon 68 Bobby Gerzanick Sr. DL Fr. OL 69 Brandon Miller

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Ht. Wt. 5-7 205 5-6 198 5-11 194 5-11 202 5-9 185 5-8 163 6-2 173 6-1 193 5-10 215 6-1 173 6-0 208 6-1 185 5-8 147 5-10 165 5-10 161 6-0 193 6-0 193 5-6 162 5-10 240 5-11 215 5-9 147 5-6 171 5-9 189 5-10 176 5-8 181 6-1 184 5-10 191 5-11 185 5-10 195 5-8 175 6-2 230 5-9 191 6-1 178 5-10 224 6-1 195 5-10 204 5-8 178 5-7 212 6-1 192 6-1 207 5-10 183 5-11 213 5-10 203 5-11 227 6-1 209 5-10 195 6-0 238 5-11 192 5-9 226 5-11 221 5-10 214 5-10 222 6-0 279 5-10 295 6-0 235 6-2 215 5-9 236 6-5 288

Hometown/Previous School Atlanta, Ga./Holy Spirit Prep San Antonio, Texas/Alamo Heights Jacksonville, Fla./Episcopal Jacksonville Fort Worth, Texas/Nolan Catholic Fort Worth, Texas/Trinity Valley Dallas, Texas/Lake Highlands Heflin, Ala./Cleburne County San Antonio, Texas/Alamo Heights Topeka, Kan./Deerfield Academy Bernardsville, N.J./Bernards Darlington, S.C./The Byrnes School Mt. Pleasant, S.C./Wando Memphis, Tenn./Southwind Tallahassee, Fla./Leon Richmond, Va./Episcopal Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio/Western Reserve Academy Hoover, Ala./Hoover Powder Springs, Ga./McEachern North Little Rock, Ark./N. Little Rock Snellville, Ga./George Walton Academy Murfreesboro, Tenn./Shelbyville Monterey, Tenn./Monterey Darlington, S.C./The Byrnes School Madison, Miss./Canton Academy Tullahoma, Tenn./Tullahoma Lexington, Ky./St. James School Summerdale, Ala./Bayside Academy Cleveland, Tenn./Walker Valley Suwanee, Ga./Lambert Powder Springs, Ga./Harrison Swampscott, Mass./Deerfield Acad. St. Louis, Mo./John Burroughs Birmingham, Ala./Mountain Brook Orange Park, Fla./Orange Park Madison, Ala./Bob Jones Cincinnati, Ohio/Cincinnati Country Day Arab, Ala./Arab New Hope, Ala./New Hope Nashville, Tenn./Montgomery Bell Academy Las Vegas, Nev./Meadows School Fitzgerald, Ga./Fitzgerald Riverside, Calif./The Thacher School Woodstook, Ga./Woodstock Athens, Ala./Athens Mill Valley, Calif./Tamalpais Watkinsville, Ga./Athens Academy Wabasso, Fla./St. Edward’s School Exeter, N.H./Phillips Exeter Livingston, Tenn./Livingston Acad. Charlotte, N.C./Myers Park Concord, Ga./Pike County Kinnelon, N.J./Kinnelon Agoura Hills, Calif./Agoura High Smyrna, Tenn./Smyrna Clinton, Tenn./Grace Christian Acad. Carrolton, Ga./Carrollton Orlando, Fla./Trinity Prep Tullahoma, Tenn./Tullahoma

Champions: SIAA: 1898, 1899, 1900 | CAC: 1963, 1965, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1990 | SCAC: 1992, 2000


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Roswell, Ga./Holy Spirit Prep Bethesda, Md./The Maret School Lake Clarke Shores, Fla./Cardinal N. Lexington, Ky./Dunbar Marietta, Ga./Pope Tampa, Fla./Jesuit Mt. Pleasant, S.C./Porter-Gaud Clearwater, Fla./St. Peter’s Catholic Clarksville, Tenn./West Creek Hockessin, Del./The Tatnall School Knoxville, Tenn./Hardin Valley Acad. New Orleans, La./Metairie Park Country Day Huntland, Tenn./Huntland Tucker, Ga./Mt. Vernon Presbyterian Jacksonville, Fla./Episcopal JAX

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Maxwell Jones Andrew Taylor Connor Lewis Neal Johnson Zachary Parker Justin Taylor Colin O’Donnel Paul Medling Stephen Jackson Parks Kingery Trey Byrd Charlie Bennett Montana Gardner Alex Head Will Law

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Alphabetical Roster Will Law Eric Leibrandt Connor Lewis John Paul McDonnell Pierce McGrady Dave McKeithen Paul Medling Grayson Middlebrooks Brandon Miller Kyle Montes Chad Morehead Colin O’Donnel Zachary Parker Wyatt Ponton Tanner Potts Charlie Powell Nicholas Rassieur

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Matt Robbins Lee Schurlknight Austin Sisco Hal Smith Quillan Snyder Geoffrey Strickland Andrew Taylor Justin Taylor Andrew Walters Murphy Walters Evans Welborn Zeke Wilson Chuck Winfield Cyrus Wittig

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Sergio Acosta Conner Anderson Zac Atkins Charlie Bennett DeUntay Bennett Jacob Beu John Phillip Bordeaux Jase Brooks Trey Byrd Matthew Caldwell Ben Cleveland Adian Cook JD Crabtree John Davenport Basil DeJong Dorsey Dobias Andrew Duddlesten Jake Fojtik De’Nard Ford Atticus Frank David Garcia Montana Gardner Brice Garrett Bobby Gerzanick Barrett Goodson Andrew Gordon Sawyer Green Justin Hawke Alex Head Cole Heiderich Chris Holcomb Ike Holmes Stephen Jackson Curtis Johnson Neal Johnson Graham Jones Maxwell Jones Andrew Keenan Parks Kingery Alfonza Knight Trey Knighton Oliver Larkin

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34 Jase Brooks

83 Trey Byrd

25 Matthew Caldwell

32 Adian Cook

29 JD Crabtree

51 John Davenport

42 Basil DeJong

36 Dorsey Dobias

46 Andrew Duddlesten

53 Jake Fojtik

22 De’Nard Ford

65 Atticus Frank

49 David Garcia

86 Montana Gardner

47 Brice Garrett

68 Bobby Gerzanick

27 Barrett Goodson

67 Andrew Gordon

44 Sawyer Green

56 Justin Hawke

90 Alex Head

26 Cole Heiderich

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Champions: SIAA: 1898, 1899, 1900 | CAC: 1963, 1965, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1990 | SCAC: 1992, 2000


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57 Ike Holmes

81 Stephen Jackson

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Curtis Johnson

74 Neal Johnson

18 Graham Jones

71 Maxwell Jones

21 Andrew Keenan

82 Parks Kingery

45 Alfonza Knight

43 Trey Knighton

54 Oliver Larkin

91 Will Law

19 Eric Leibrandt

73 Connor Lewis

11 John Paul McDonnell

50 Pierce McGrady

31 Dave McKeithen

79 Paul Medling

33 Grayson Middlebrooks

69 Brandon Miller

48 Kyle Montes

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75 Zachary Parker

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15 Charlie Powell

38 Nicholas Rassieur

40 Matt Robbins

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64 Austin Sisco

30 Hal Smith

59 Quillan Snyder

16 Geoffrey Strickland

41 Andrew Walters

39 Murphy Walters

52 Evans Welborn

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77 Justin Taylor

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GP Att  Gain  Loss  Net  Avg   TD  Long  Avg/G 

Zeke Wilson Curtis Johnson   Lee Schurlknight  Chad Morehead   Ben Cleveland   Michale Poarch   Sawyer Green   Jase Brooks   Cyrus Wittig   Chalankis Brown  Andrew Gordon   Robert Spilman   TEAM   Caleb Walker   Geoffrey Marolda  Total

10 147  621  40  581  4.0  10  69  311  33  278  4.0  10  105  310  160  150  1.4  9  7  100  8  92  13.1  9  32  113  28  85  2.7  10  12  75  6  69  5.8  2  8  29  0  29  3.6  10  8  29  0  29  3.6  4  5  18  4  14  2.8  5  2  6  0  6  3.0  8  1  4  0  4  4.0  7  1  0  1  -1  -1.0  6  2  0  3  -3  -1.5  2  4  2  5  -3  -0.8  10  1  0  19  -19  -19.0  10  404  1,618  307  1,311  3.2 

3 1  2  1  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  7 

19 58.1  23  27.8  47  15.0  65  10.2  22  9.4  37  6.9  6  14.5  11  2.9  12  3.5  3  1.2  4  0.5  0  -0.1  0  -0.5  1  -1.5  0  -1.9  65  131.1 

Opponents

10 403  2,175  151  2,024  5.0 

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TEAM STATISTICS UOS OPP SCORING 116 350 Points Per Game 11.6 35.0 FIRST DOWNS 131 208 Rushing 69 93 Passing 47 101 Penalty 15 14 RUSHING YARDAGE 1,311 2,024 Yards gained rushing 1,618 2,175 Yards lost rushing 307 151 Rushing Attempts 404 403 Average Per Rush 3.2 5.0 Average Per Game 131.1 202.4 TDs Rushing 7 20 PASSING YARDAGE 995 2,061 Comp-Att-Int 95-184-10 155-263-9 Average Per Pass 5.4 7.8 Average Per Catch 10.5 13.3 Average Per Game 99.5 206.1 TDs Passing 6 21 TOTAL OFFENSE 2,306 4,085 Total Plays 588 666 Average Per Play 3.9 6.1 Average Per Game 230.6 408.5 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 62-1,167 30-614 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 7-122 29-362 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 9-83 10-73 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 18.8 20.5 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 17.4 12.5 INT RETURN AVERAGE 9.2 7.3 FUMBLES-LOST 23-14 22-10 PENALTIES-Yards 38-358 55-592 Average Per Game 35.8 59.2 PUNTS-Yards 58-2,117 30-1,199 Average Per Punt 36.5 40.0 Net punt average 29.6 33.9 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 30:15 29:22 3RD-DOWN Conversions 34/133 63/133 3rd-Down Pct 26% 47% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 10/19 9/17 4th-Down Pct 53% 53% SACKS BY-Yards 11-64 19-86 MISC YARDS 9 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 13 46 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 9-11 10-17 ON-SIDE KICKS 0-0 0-0 RED-ZONE SCORES (12-19) 63% (35-48) 73% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (5-19) 26% (26-48) 54% PAT-ATTEMPTS (11-13) 85% (42-45) 93% ATTENDANCE 8,204 15,175 Games/Avg Per Game 4/2,051 6/2,529 Neutral Site Games 0/0 SCORE BY QUARTERS Sewanee Opponents

1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total 16 29 41 30 116 58 133 81 78 350

PASSING

GP Effic  Cmp-Att-Int  Pct  Yards   TD  Long  Avg/G 

Lee Schurlknight Cyrus Wittig   Curtis Johnson   Robert Spilman   Total  Opponents 

10 95.1  92-176-10  52.3  939  5  4  41.8  1-4-0  25.0  8  0  10  233.3  2-4-0  50.0  48  1  7  0.0  0-0-0  0.0  0  0  10  96.9  95-184-10  51.6  995  6  10  144.3  155-263-9  58.9  2,061  21 

52 93.9  8  2.0  30  4.8  0  0.0  52  99.5  67  206.1 

RECEIVING

GP No.  Yards  Avg   TD  Long  Avg/G 

Chad Morehead Ben Cleveland   Zeke Wilson   John Ugorji   Derrick Duncan   Michale Poarch   Jase Brooks   Robert Waterhouse  Chalankis Brown  Robert Spilman   Curtis Johnson   Andrew Gordon   Blake Satterfield  Sawyer Green   Total  Opponents 

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

25 201  12  119  12  90  9  230  6  52  6  52  6  35  5  44  4  102  3  31  3  24  2  12  1  2  1  1  95  995  155  2,061 

8.0 9.9  7.5  25.6  8.7  8.7  5.8  8.8  25.5  10.3  8.0  6.0  2.0  1.0  10.5  13.3 

0 1  0  1  0  0  0  0  2  1  1  0  0  0  6  21 

19 22  14  52  17  18  17  14  38  19  23  9  5  1  52  67 

22.3 13.2  9.0  28.8  7.4  5.2  3.5  11.0  20.4  4.4  2.4  1.5  0.7  0.5  99.5  206.1 

PUNT RETURNS No.  Yards  Avg   TD  Long 

Chad Morehead Total  Opponents 

7 7  29 

122 122  362 

17.4 17.4  12.5 

0 0  1 

43 43  74 

INTERCEPTIONS No.  Yards  Avg   TD  Long 

JD Crabtree Alfonza Knight   Michale Poarch   JP Boudreaux  Zac Atkins   Total  Opponents 

3 2  2  1  1  9  10 

23 15  6  24  15  83  73 

7.7 7.5  3.0  24.0  15.0  9.2  7.3 

0 0  0  0  0  0  1 

22 15  6  24  15  24  35 

KICK RETURNS No.  Yards  Avg   TD  Long 

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Ben Cleveland Michale Poarch   Jase Brooks   Chad Morehead   Curtis Johnson   Dave McKeithen   Parks Kingery   Andrew Keenan   Cyrus Wittig   Blake Satterfield  Total  Opponents 

19 16  10  7  3  2  2  1  1  1  62  30 

364 329  154  169  52  23  42  8  13  13  1,167  614 

19.2 20.6  15.4  24.1  17.3  11.5  21.0  8.0  13.0  13.0  18.8  20.5 

0 0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0 

54 39  25  33  26  13  21  8  13  13  54  35 

FUMBLE RETURNS No.  Yards  Avg   TD  Long 

Total Opponents 

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0.0 31.5 

0 3 

0 34 

Champions: SIAA: 1898, 1899, 1900 | CAC: 1963, 1965, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1990 | SCAC: 1992, 2000


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Sewanee earned its fourth season opener in the last five years with a 33-14 victory over Earlham on Sept. 9. Six Tiger players earned SCAC honors including Alfonza Knight (First Team), Zac Atkins (Second Team), Max Jones (Second Team), Geoffrey Marolda (Second Team), Will Law (Second Team), and Zeke Wilson (Second Team). In addition to their success on the field, Sewanee football student-athletes earned honors in the classroom with 18 Tigers earning All-Academic SCAC awards. Former senior Still McLain earned All-SCAC Sportsmanship honors for 2010. Rising senior Zac Atkins earned SCAC Defensive Player-of-the-Week honors after Sewanee’s 33-14 win at Earlham during Week 1. Atkins tallied seven tackles, one tackle for loss, one interception and recovered a fumble in the victory over the Quakers.

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0-0 0-0  0-0  0-0  0-0  0-0  0-0  0-0  0-0  0-0  0-0  0-0 

0 0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0 

0-0 0-0  0-0  0-0  0-0  0-0  0-0  0-0  0-0  0-0  0-0  0-0 

0 0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0 

0 0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  1 

23 18  15  12  12  12  6  6  6  6  116  350 

GP Plays  Rush  Pass  Total  Avg/G 

Lee Schurlknight Zeke Wilson   Curtis Johnson   Chad Morehead   Ben Cleveland   Michale Poarch   Sawyer Green   Jase Brooks   Cyrus Wittig   Chalankis Brown  Andrew Gordon   Robert Spilman   Caleb Walker   TEAM   Geoffrey Marolda  Total  Opponents 

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

150 581  278  92  85  69  29  29  14  6  4  -1  -3  -3  -19  1,311  2,024 

939 0  48  0  0  0  0  0  8  0  0  0  0  0  0  995  2,061 

1,089 581  326  92  85  69  29  29  22  6  4  -1  -3  -3  -19  2,306  4,085 

01-19 20-29  30-39  40-49  50-99  Long 

Geoffrey Marolda 4-5  80.0  0-0  1-2  2-2  1-1  0-0  Trey Knighton   5-6  83.3  0-0  2-3  3-3  0-0  0-0 

46 38 

108.9 58.1  32.6  10.2  9.4  6.9  14.5  2.9  5.5  1.2  0.5  -0.1  -1.5  -0.5  -1.9  230.6  408.5  Blkd 

0 0 

FG SEQUENCE Sewanee  Opponents 

Earlham College 25, (38), (27)  Washington & Lee  (31)  Hampden-Sydney  —  DePauw  —  Centre  ­—  Austin College  (29)  Trinity  (30), 26  Birmingham-Southern  (46)  Millsaps  —  Rhodes  (37), (21), (37)  Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

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— 43  (27)  34, 36  —  (37), (36)  (36), 51, 27  (30)  (21), 24, (29), (35)  32, (34), (36) 

2 0  2  3 

7 0  7  4 

11 0  11  9 

50+

Blkd

1 0  1  6 

1 0  1  0 

KICKOFFS No.  Yards     Avg   TB   OB  Retn  Net  YdLn 

Geoffrey Marolda 30  1,715  Matthew Cappleman  3  165  Total  33  1,880  Opponents  65  3,806  ALL PURPOSE 

57.2

2

4

55.0 57.0  58.6 

0 2  2 

0 4  3 

— — 20.5 37.2  18.8  40.0 

— 32 30 

GP Rush  Rcv  PR  KR  IR  Total  Avg/G 

Zeke Wilson 10  581  Chad Morehead   9  92  Ben Cleveland   9  85  Michale Poarch   10  69  Curtis Johnson   10  278  John Ugorji   8  0  Jase Brooks   10  29  Lee Schurlknight  10  150  Chalankis Brown  5  6  Derrick Duncan   7  0  Robert Waterhouse  4  0  Parks Kingery   2  0  Robert Spilman   7  -1  Sawyer Green   2  29  Cyrus Wittig   4  14  JP Boudreaux  10  0  Dave McKeithen   9  0  JD Crabtree  10  0  Andrew Gordon   8  4  Blake Satterfield  3  0  Alfonza Knight   10  0  Zac Atkins   10  0  Andrew Keenan   3  0  TEAM   6  -3  Caleb Walker   2  -3  Geoffrey Marolda  10  -19  Total  10  1,311  Opponents  10  2,024 

90 201  119  52  24  230  35  0  102  52  44  0  31  1  0  0  0  0  12  2  0  0  0  0  0  0  995  2,061 

0 0  0  671  67.1  122  169  0  584  64.9  0  364  0  568  63.1  0  329  6  456  45.6  0  52  0  354  35.4  0  0  0  230  28.8  0  154  0  218  21.8  0  0  0  150  15.0  0  0  0  108  21.6  0  0  0  52  7.4  0  0  0  44  11.0  0  42  0  42  21.0  0  0  0  30  4.3  0  0  0  30  15.0  0  13  0  27  6.8  0  0  24  24  2.4  0  23  0  23  2.6  0  0  23  23  2.3  0  0  0  16  2.0  0  13  0  15  5.0  0  0  15  15  1.5  0  0  15  15  1.5  0  8  0  8  2.7  0  0  0  -3  -0.5  0  0  0  -3  -1.5  0  0  0  -19  -1.9  122  1,167  83  3,678  367.8  362  614  73  5,134  513.4 

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FIELD GOALS Made-Att  Pct 

281 147  73  7  32  12  8  8  9  2  1  1  4  2  1  588  666 

53 0  53  57 

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TOTAL OFFENSE

Geoffrey Marolda 57  2,117  37.1  TEAM   1  0  0.0  Total  58  2,117  36.5  Opponents  30  1,199  40.0 

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Trey Knighton 0  5-6  8-9  Zeke Wilson   3  0-0  0-0  Geoffrey Marolda  0  4-5  3-4  Lee Schurlknight  2  0-0  0-0  Curtis Johnson   2  0-0  0-0  Chalankis Brown  2  0-0  0-0  Robert Spilman   1  0-0  0-0  Ben Cleveland   1  0-0  0-0  John Ugorji   1  0-0  0-0  Chad Morehead   1  0-0  0-0  Total  13  9-11  11-13  Opponents  46  10-17  42-45 

PUNTING No.  Yards  Avg  Long  TB  FC  I20 

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|-------------------PATs------------------------|    SCORING   TD  FGs  Kick  Rush  Rcv  Pass  DXP  Saf  Points 


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Sewanee Records Single Season Individual Record Name Year No. Yards Rushing

Carl Cravens

1991

1,166 yds.

Rushing Avg.

Larry Majors

1963

7.0 yds. per carry

Times Carried

Carl Cravens

1991, 1992

Pass Attempts

Tim Tenhet

1982

293 attempts

Pass Completions

Tim Tenhet

1982

152 completions

Completion Pct.

Scott Thompson

1991

.660 (27 of 41)

Yards Passing

Kirk Holtgrewe

2002

1,962 yds.

Touchdown Passes

Kirk Holtgrewe

2002

15 TDs

Total Offense

Kirk Holtgrewe

2002

2,297 yds.

Times Punted

John Kelly

2001

71 punts

Punting Yardage

Geoffrey Marolda

2009

2,743 yds.

Punting Avg.

Bobby Graves

1988

42.9 (57 att. for 2,445 yds.)

Punts Returned

Happy Meadows

1988

30 returns

Punt Return Yards

James Spriggs

1992

380 yds.

Punt Return Avg.

M.L. Agnew

1962

19.9 (8 ret. for 159 yds.)

Pass Receptions

Jamey Goss

1993

63 receptions

Reception Yardage

Jamey Goss

1993

992 yds.

TD Receptions

Mark Kent

1986

11 TDs

Kick-off Returns

Deon Carter

2002

26 returns

Kick-off Return Yds.

Jason Hamilton

1998

538 yds.

Kick-off Return Avg.

Bill Johnson

1965

40.3 (6 ret. for 242 yds.)

Interceptions

Frank Greer

1990

10 interceptions

Int. Return Yds.

Steve Pensinger

1958

131 yds.

Int. Return Avg.

Steve Pensinger

1958

43.7 (3 int. for 131 yds.)

Scoring

Bill Johnson

1964

86 points

Extra Points

Phil Condra

1963

33 conversions

Touchdowns

Henry “Diddy” Seibels

1899

19 TDs

Unassisted Tackles

Glen Mosley

1984

87 tackles

Assisted Tackles

Seth Stewart

1993

120 tackles

Total Tackles

Glen Mosley

1985

175 tackles

Tackles for Loss

Mike Johnson

1991

22.5 tackles

Fumble Recoveries

Scott Anderson

1979

4 recoveries

Pass Breakups

David Gilbert

1981

17 breakups

Kick Scoring

Ben Tuck

2002

51 points

252 carries

Single game Most Extra Points

Bartlet Et Ultimus Sims

11 vs. Cumberland

Nov. 20, 1899

Longest Field Goal

Ben Tuck

48 yds. vs. Centre

Oct. 5, 2002

Most TD Receptions

Ricky Dale Harper

4 vs. Austin College

Oct. 1, 1977

Most Blocked Punts

Don Rodgers

3 vs. Rhodes

Oct. 19, 2002

Punt Returns for Touchdowns Nate Murphy

3 vs. Rhodes

Oct. 19, 2002

Interception Return

George Twitty

100 yds. vs. Hampden-Sydney

Sept. 6, 2003

Longest Punt

Geoffrey Marolda

81 yds. vs. Centre

Oct. 3, 2009

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Champions: SIAA: 1898, 1899, 1900 | CAC: 1963, 1965, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1990 | SCAC: 1992, 2000


WEEK 1 Defensive Player-of-theWeek Zac Atkins, 5-9, 185-pound junior linebacker from Dallas, Texas, has been selected the SCAC Football Defensive Player-of-the-Week for games played Saturday, Sept. 4. Atkins tallied seven tackles, one tackle for loss, one interception and recovered a fumble in Sewanee’s 33-14 win at Earlham. The win snapped a 16 game losing-streak dating back to the 2008 season. McLain Still All-SCAC Sportsmanship Team 2010

2010 First Team

Zac Atkins (LB) — Atkins enjoyed an impressive junior campaign finishing third in the SCAC in total tackles

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Geoffrey Marolda (K) — For the second straight season Marolda’s leg helped land him on the SCAC Second-Team. Overall, the former senior performed multipule kicking duties as the Tigers’ punter and place kicker all of the 2010 season. The Houston, Texas, native led the league with a .818 field goal made percentage, while booming 47 punts for

2010 Honorable Mention Chalankis Brown (DB — C’11) Andrew Gordon (TE — C’12) McLain Still (OL — C’11) John Ugorji (WR — C’11) Andrew Walters (LB — C’12) In addition to being good athletes on the field, Sewanee continued to produce in the classroom as 18 Tigers earned All-Academic SCAC honors in 2010. Honorees included Connor Anderson, Alton Avery, John Crabtree, John Davenport, Dorsey Dobias, Andrew Duddleson, Andrew Gordon, Graham Jones, Max Jones, Andrew Keenan, Parks Kingery, Trey Knighton, Lee Schurlknight, Andrew Taylor, Murphy Walters, Evans Welborn, Blake Williams, and Cyrus Wittig. | 19

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2010 Second Team

Max Jones (OL) — As the anchor to the left side of the offensive line, the 6-4 junior paved the way for running backs Zeke Wilson and Curtis Johnson all season for Sewanee. Behind Jones, Sewanee finished over 1,600 yards on the ground in 2010. Overall, the Roswell, Ga., native helped double the Tiger rushing attack a year ago.

Zeke Wilson (RB) — After Wilson earned the primary ball carrier spot early in 2010, the junior back led the Tigers with an impressive 621 rushing yards on 147 attempts. After bruising his way to a 4.0 yards per attempt average, Wilson amassed three touchdowns with a 58.1 yards per game average. The Snellville, Ga., native best performance of 2010 came against long-time rival Rhodes, with 103 yards on 25 attempts.

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Alfonza Knight (DB) — After earning All-SCAC Second-Team honors a season ago — as a linebacker — Knight continued his promising career, as the Tigers only 2010 First-Team SCAC honoree. The junior ranked second in the league in tackles per game (10.1) and total tackles (101), trailing only behind two-time SCAC Defensive Player of the Year Will Hawkins (Millsap). The Nashville native led the league with four forced fumbles, while producing three pass breakups, two interceptions, and four tackles for a loss.

(96), and tackles per game (9.6). The junior linebacker was a constant producer for the Tiger defense, with a team-leading three sacks, while taking down opposing backs with 6.5 tackles for a loss. Overall, the Dallas, Texas, native had a nose for the football with a team-best (second in the SCAC) three fumble recoveries and one interception.

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Now entering its 21st season the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference has named an All-SCAC team in each sport since the fall of 1991. The conference’s coaches in each respective sport select members of each team annually after the completion of each season. Heading into the fall of 2011 Sewanee has placed a total of 75 members of its football team on the SCAC First-Team.

P l ay e r s

Will Law ( DL) — The first-year starter made the most of his opportunities with 28 tackles at defensive end. The 6-3 junior was a key member of the Sewanee defense that finished second in the SCAC in Red Zone defense. The Jacksonville, Fla., native compiled 4.5 tackles for a loss, one fumble recovery, and a quarterback hurry.

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2,117 yards. Marolda barely missed Sewanee’s longest all-time field goal mark by two yards, after making a 46-yard attempt against BirminghamSouthern Oct. 23. The all-time mark sits at 48-yards (Ben Tuck, 2002). In addition Marolda placed 11 punts inside the opponents 20-yard line.

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SCAC 2010 All-Conference


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About the SCAC The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC), now in its 21st year, was formed under its present name on April 25, 1991. SCAC: The SCAC currently has 12 member institutions in eight states: Sewanee, Centre (Danville, Ky.), Rhodes (Memphis, Tenn., originally known as Southwestern), DePauw University (Greencastle, Ind.), Hendrix (Conway, Ark.), Millsaps College (Jackson, Miss.), Oglethorpe (Atlanta, Ga.), Austin College (Sherman, Texas), Colorado College (Colorado Springs, Colo.), Southwestern University (Georgetown, Texas), Trinity University (San Antonio, Texas), and Birmingham-Southern College (Birmingham, Ala.). In June, 2010, DePauw announced it will leave the SCAC for the North Coast Athletic Conference effective July 1, 2011, for all sports except football. They will join football in the NCAC effective July 1, 2012. The SCAC is governed by the chief executive officers of the member institutions and sponsors championships in 20 sports, 10 for men and 10 for women. The group is known as the Board of Directors, which meets twice a year and is ultimately responsible for all policies of the SCAC. Beginning: The league was originally founded as the College Athletic Conference (CAC) on Sept. 1, 1962 by five southern institutions having similar backgrounds and athletic interests. CAC Charter Members: Sewanee (Tenn.); Centre College (Ky.); Southwestern (Tenn.); Washington University (Mo.); Washington & Lee (Va.) NCAA Div. III: The 12 SCAC institutions are all Division III members of the

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CAC/SCAC Football Champions National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and abide by the Division III requirement of not awarding scholarships for athletic ability. All financial aid received by student-athletes is needbased or merit-based scholarships. Purpose: The SCAC was formed to foster participation in sports “solely because of interest in and enjoyment of the game.’’ The member in­sti­tutions encourage organized competition in intercollegiate sports among teams representative of their respective student bodies. They also underscore the essential worth of athletics within the framework of a liberal arts education. Championships: The SCAC sponsors championships in 20 sports, with 10 for men and 10 for women. Railroad Bell: Conference supremacy is determined each April by awarding points to each institution, based on how each school finishes in the standings of the 20 championship sports. The symbol of conference supremacy is a 300-pound railroad bell which was donated by the Norfolk and Western Railway. The bell, known as the “President’s Trophy,” is a traveling award and goes to the school with the best overall sports record (based on the points standings) for the year. The University of the South won the Railroad Bell in 1976 (co-winner) and 1980. Administration: The SCAC is administered by commissioner Dwayne Hanberry who maintains the league office in Suwanee, Ga.

1962 Washington & Lee 1963 Sewanee 1964 Sewanee 1965 Sewanee 1966 Wash. U. 1967 Sewanee 1968 Rhodes/Centre 1969 Centre 1970 Rhodes/Wash. U. 1971 Centre/Rhodes 1972 Centre 1973 Rhodes 1974 Rose-Hulman 1975 Sewanee/Rose-Hulman 1976 Sewanee 1977 Rhodes 1978 Sewanee/Rhodes 1979 Sewanee/Rose-Hulman/Rhodes 1980 Centre 1981 Rose-Hulman 1982 Sewanee 1983 Centre/Rose-Hulman 1984 Centre 1985 Rhodes/Centre 1986 Rose-Hulman 1987 Rhodes 1988 Rose-Hulman 1989 Centre 1990 Sewanee/Centre 1991 Millaps 1992 Sewanee 1993 Trinity 1994 Trinity 1995 Centre/Rhodes/Trinity 1996 Trinity 1997 Trinity 1998 Trinity 1999 Trinity 2000 Sewanee/DePauw/Trinity 2001 Trinity 2002 Trinity 2003 Trinity/Centre 2004 Trinity 2005 Trinity/DePauw 2006 Millsaps 2007 Trinity 2008 Millsaps 2009 DePauw/Millsaps 2010 DePauw

Champions: SIAA: 1898, 1899, 1900 | CAC: 1963, 1965, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1990 | SCAC: 1992, 2000


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Birmingham-Southern Sewanee, Tenn. September 24, 1 p.m. (EST)

Name: Earlham College Location: Richmond, Indiana Founded/Enrollment: 1847/1,200 Colors: Maroon and White Nickname: Quakers Stadium: Darell Beane Stadium Head Coach: Gerry Keesling Career Record/Record at Earlham: 5-10/Same Conference: Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC) Overall Record against Sewanee: Sewanee leads 5-1 Last Meeting: 2010, Sewanee 34-10

Name: Birmingham-Southern Location: Birmingham, Alabama Founded/Enrollment: 1856/1,510 Colors: Black, Gold and White Nickname: Panthers Stadium: Panther Stadium Head Coach: Eddie Garfinkle Career Record/Record at Birmingham-Southern: 13-14/ Same Conference: Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) Overall Record against Sewanee: Birmingham-Southern leads 4-0 Last Meeting: 2010, Birmingham-Southern 50-10

Washington and Lee Lexington, Va. September 10, 1 p.m. (EST) Name: Washington and Lee Location: Lexington, Virginia Founded/Enrollment: 1749/1,770 Colors: Royal Blue and White Nickname: Generals Stadium: Wilson Field (4,000) Head Coach: Frank Miriello Career Record/Record at Washington and Lee: 82-77-1/Same Conference: Old Dominion Athletic (ODA) Overall Record against Sewanee: Washington and Lee leads 37-22 Last Meeting: 2010, Washington and Lee 48-17

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Earlham College Sewanee, Tenn. September 3, 1 p.m. (EST)

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Puget Sound Tacoma, Wash. September 17, 3 p.m. (EST) Name: Puget Sound Location: Tacoma, Washington Founded/Enrollment: 1888/2,600 Colors: Maroon and White Nickname: Loggers Stadium: Baker Stadium Head Coach: Jeff Thomas Career Record/Record at Puget Sound: 2-7/Same Conference: Northwest Conference (NWC) Overall Record against Sewanee: 0-0 Last Meeting: First Meeting

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Millsaps Sewanee, Tenn. October 1, 1 p.m. (EST) Name: Millsaps College Location: Jackson, Mississippi Founded/Enrollment: 1890/1,400 Colors: Purple and White Nickname: Majors Stadium: Harper Davis Field Head Coach: Aaron Pelch Career Record/Record at Millsaps: 7-3/Same Conference: Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) Overall Record against Sewanee: Milsaps leads 37-24-3 Last Meeting: 2010, Millsaps 30-0 Trinity San Antonio, Texas October 8, 1:30 p.m. (EST) Name: Trinity College Location: San Antonio, Texas Founded/Enrollment: 1869/2,550 Colors: Maroon and White Nickname: Tigers Stadium: Panther Stadium Head Coach: Steve Mohr Career Record/Record at Trinity: 267-62/Same Conference: Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) Overall Record against Sewanee: Trinity leads 20-4 Last Meeting: 2010, Trinity 17-3

Champions: SIAA: 1898, 1899, 1900 | CAC: 1963, 1965, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1990 | SCAC: 1992, 2000


Austin Sewanee, Tenn. November 5, 1 p.m. (EST) Name: Austin College Location: Sherman, Texas Founded/Enrollment: 1849/1,291 Colors: Crimson and Gold Nickname: Kangaroos Stadium: Jerry Apple Stadium Head Coach: Loren Dawson Career Record/Record at Austin: 4-5/Same Conference: Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) Overall Record against Sewanee: Austin leads 5-0 Last Meeting: 2010, Austin 34-17

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Name: Centre College Location: Danville, Kentucky Founded/Enrollment: 1819/1,510 Colors: Black, Gold and White Nickname: Colonels Stadium: Farris Stadium Head Coach: Andy Frye Career Record/Record at Centre: 20-16/Same Conference: Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) Overall Record against Sewanee: Centre leads 37-29-1 Last Meeting: 2010, Centre 64-13

Name: Rhodes College Location: Memphis, Tennessee Founded/Enrollment: 1848/1,712 Colors: Red and Black Nickname: Lynx Stadium: Fargason Field Head Coach: Joe White Career Record/Record at Rhodes: 63-74/Same Conference: Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) Overall Record against Sewanee: Sewanee leads 41-35-3 Last Meeting: 2010, Rhodes 20-16

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Centre College Danville, Ky. October 22, 1:30 p.m. (EST)

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Name: DePauw University Location: Greencastle, Indiana Founded/Enrollment: 1837/2,250 Colors: Old Gold and Black Nickname: Tigers Stadium: Blackstock Stadium Head Coach: Robby Long Career Record/Record at DePauw: 7-3/Same Conference: Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) Overall Record against Sewanee: DePauw leads 12-1 Last Meeting: 2010, DePauw 35-7

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Oct. 8, 1983......................Sewanee........................... 19-13

Sept. 24 1955....................Southwestern...................... 18-7

Oct. 6, 1984.......................Rhodes............................. 38-14

Nov. 22, 1956....................Southwestern...................... 27-7

Oct. 12, 1985.....................Rhodes............................... 20-7

Nov. 16, 1957....................Sewanee........................... 34-12

Oct. 11, 1986.....................Rhodes............................... 28-7

Nov. 15, 1958....................Sewanee............................. 47-0

Oct. 10, 1987.....................Rhodes............................. 24-21

Nov. 7, 1959......................Sewanee........................... 21-19

Oct. 8, 1988.......................Rhodes............................... 17-2

Nov. 5, 1960......................Southwestern........................ 7-0

Oct. 7, 1989.......................Rhodes............................. 16-14

Nov. 4, 1961......................Sewanee........................... 27-12

Oct. 6, 1990......................Sewanee............................... 7-6

Nov. 3, 1962......................Sewanee............................. 44-0

Oct. 12, 1991.....................Tie Game.......................... 14-14

Nov. 2, 1963......................Sewanee............................. 28-0

Oct. 17, 1992....................Sewanee........................... 27-17

Oct. 31, 1964....................Sewanee............................. 34-0

Oct. 16, 1993.....................Rhodes............................. 31-13

Oct. 30, 1965....................Sewanee............................. 41-6

Oct. 15, 1994....................Sewanee........................... 19-17

Oct. 29, 1966....................Sewanee........................... 18-14

Oct. 14, 1995.....................Rhodes............................. 17-13

Oct. 28, 1967.....................Southwestern.................... 31-16

Oct. 19, 1996.....................Rhodes............................. 16-12

Oct. 26, 1968....................Sewanee........................... 28-14

Oct. 18, 1997.....................Rhodes............................... 27-7

Oct. 25, 1969.....................Southwestern.................... 36-22

Oct. 17, 1998.....................Rhodes............................. 34-26

Oct. 24, 1970.....................Southwestern.................... 21-19

Oct. 16, 1999.....................Rhodes............................. 21-20

Oct. 23, 1971.....................Southwestern........................ 9-7

Oct. 14, 2000....................Sewanee............................. 32-6

Oct. 19, 1974....................Sewanee............................... 7-0

Oct. 18, 2003.....................Rhodes............................. 34-14

Oct. 18, 1975....................Sewanee........................... 15-14

Oct. 16, 2004.....................Rhodes............................. 28-14

Oct. 16, 1976....................Sewanee........................... 22-18

Nov. 12, 2005....................Sewanee........................... 25-22

Oct. 15, 1977.....................Southwestern.................... 47-12

Nov. 11, 2006....................Rhodes............................... 14-7

Oct. 14, 1978....................Sewanee........................... 28-13

Nov. 10, 2007....................Rhodes............................. 15-13

Oct. 13, 1979....................Sewanee............................... 3-0

Nov. 15, 2008....................Rhodes............................... 17-0

Oct. 11, 1980....................Sewanee........................... 24-13

Nov. 14, 2009....................Rhodes...................... 19-16 (OT)

Oct. 10, 1981....................Sewanee........................... 23-14

Nov. 13, 2010....................Rhodes............................. 20-16

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Oct. 19, 2002....................Sewanee........................... 36-31

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Oct. 21, 1972....................Sewanee............................. 14-6 Oct. 20, 1973.....................Southwestern...................... 20-6

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Nov. 13, 1954....................Southwestern.................... 32-19

Oct. 9, 1982......................Sewanee .......................... 20-17

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The strong football rivalry of SewaneeRhodes dates back to 1899, but since 1954 the two Tennessee schools have battled each fall for possession of the Edmund Orgill Trophy. Edmund Orgill (1899-1983), who appropriately was born the year the crossstate rivalry began, had close ties to both schools. He was a trustee of Rhodes and the chairman of the Board of Regents at Sewanee, 1951-53. A 1920 graduate of Virginia, Mr. Orgill received honorary degrees from Rhodes and Sewanee in 1954. He was elected mayor

of Memphis in 1956. Trophy Inscription: The Edmund Orgill Trophy is presented annually by Southwestern of Memphis and the University of the South at Sewanee to the winner of each year’s football game as evidence of their esteem for and gratitude to a man whose benefactions to them are measureless. Initiated on November 13, 1954. (Note: Rhodes was called Southwestern until 1984). Rhodes won that inaugural game in November of 1954 in Memphis and each team has had a six-game win streak. The record is 27-29-1 in favor of Rhodes in the Orgill Trophy series, and Sewanee leads the overall rivalry, 41-35-3.

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Series Records vs. all opponents School W L T

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Alabama.................................................. 10..........17...........3 Anderson Teachers..................................... 1............0...........0 Army......................................................... 0............1...........0 Auburn...................................................... 7............4...........1 Austin College............................................ 9..........14...........0 Baptist (Ga.).............................................. 1............1...........0 Baylor........................................................ 1............1...........0 Bethel....................................................... 3............0...........0 Birmingham Athletic Club............................ 1............1...........0 Birmingham-Southern................................. 0............4...........0 Bryson...................................................... 5............1...........0 Carson-Newman......................................... 1............0...........1 Castle Heights Military Acad....................... 2............1...........0 Univ. of Chattanooga.................................. 9............3...........2 Central (Ill.)................................................ 5............1...........0 Central Florida........................................... 0............1...........0 Centre College......................................... 29..........37...........1 Univ. of Chicago......................................... 1............0...........0 The Citadel................................................ 1............2...........0 Clemson.................................................... 1............0...........0 Colorado College........................................ 1............1...........0 Cumberland (Tenn.) ................................. 17............2...........0 Dartmouth................................................. 0............1...........0 Davidson................................................... 5............7...........0 DePauw..................................................... 1..........12...........0 Earlham..................................................... 5............1...........0 Emory & Henry........................................... 1............2...........0 Fisk........................................................... 3............0...........0 Florence Normal......................................... 1............0...........0 Florida....................................................... 2............7...........0 Florida State.............................................. 0............2...........0 Fordham.................................................... 2............0...........0 Georgetown (Ky.) ....................................... 1............0...........0 Georgia..................................................... 7............5...........1 Georgia Southwestern................................ 1............1...........0 Georgia Tech.............................................. 7............5...........1 Guilford..................................................... 1............1...........0 Hampden-Sydney...................................... 23..........25...........0 Hendrix...................................................... 1............0...........0 Hiwassee.................................................. 2............0...........0 Huntingdon................................................ 2............2...........0 Illinois College........................................... 2............1...........0 Indiana Central.......................................... 1............1...........0 Jacksonville State...................................... 2............0...........0 Kentucky................................................... 3............7...........3 Ky. Wesleyan.............................................. 2............0...........0 Kenyon...................................................... 6............0...........0 Lambuth.................................................... 2............1...........0

LSU........................................................... 6............3...........0 Louisville Athletic Club................................ 0............1...........1 Maryville (Tenn.) ...................................... 17..........12...........0 Middle Tenn. State..................................... 4............0...........0 Millsaps.................................................. 24..........37...........3 Ole Miss.................................................... 8............6...........1 Mississippi College.................................... 6............9...........2 Mississippi State....................................... 1............4...........0 Mooney..................................................... 8............0...........1 Morgan...................................................... 7............0...........1 Nashville................................................... 6............2...........0 North Carolina........................................... 1............2...........2 Oglethorpe................................................. 5............1...........0 Ohio Wesleyan........................................... 0............2...........0 Pennsylvania.............................................. 0............1...........0 Penn State................................................. 0............1...........0 Presbyterian............................................... 0............1...........1 Princeton................................................... 0............1...........0 Principia.................................................... 9............0...........0 Randolph-Macon........................................ 5............1...........0 Rhodes................................................... 41..........35...........3 Rice.......................................................... 0............2...........0 Rose-Hulman........................................... 12..........14...........0 St. Leo...................................................... 3............0...........0 St. Louis.................................................... 1............1...........0 Samford (Howard)...................................... 7............7...........1 Sewanee Military Academy.......................... 2............0...........0 South Carolina........................................... 2............2...........0 Southern Athletic Club................................ 1............1...........0 Stillman..................................................... 2............0...........0 Tennessee............................................... 10..........13...........0 Tennessee Medical..................................... 3............0...........0 TMI........................................................... 1............0...........0 Tennessee Tech......................................... 8............3...........2 Tennessee Wesleyan.................................. 9............1...........0 Texas........................................................ 3............4...........0 Texas A&M................................................ 2............5...........1 Transylvania............................................... 3............1...........1 Trinity (Conn.)............................................. 0............2...........1 Trinity (Texas)............................................. 4..........20...........0 Tulane....................................................... 6..........13...........0 Vanderbilt.................................................. 7..........41...........2 Virginia...................................................... 2............3...........1 Wabash..................................................... 2............8...........0 Washington Univ. (Mo.)............................. 14............9...........0 Washington & Lee.................................... 22..........37...........0 Westminster.............................................. 2............0...........0

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Sewanee: The University of the South (known simply as “Sewanee” to students, faculty, staff, and friends) offers an unmatched educational experience in an extraordinary place of life and learning. The Sewanee experience is characterized by a challenging liberal arts curriculum, serious intellectual engagement between faculty and students, and one of the largest and most beautiful college campuses in the world. The University and its School of Theology are located on a 13,000-acre campus known as “the Domain,” which sits atop the Cumberland Plateau in southern Middle Tennessee between Nashville and Chattanooga.

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Beginning: Founded by leaders of the Episcopal Church in 1857, Sewanee is owned by 28 Episcopal dioceses in 12 states and is governed by 20 regents and 155 trustees. Undergraduate Studies: The University’s College of Arts and Sciences has an enrollment of 1,500 men and women who select from 36 majors. Chapters of Phi Beta Kappa and Omicron Delta Kappa are among the national leadership and scholastic honorary organizations at Sewanee. This nationally recognized education has provided Sewanee students with the tools to become successful in career and personal choices for over 150 years. School of Theology: Officially opened as an Episcopal Church Seminary in 1878, The School of Theology is one of 10 accredited Episcopal seminaries in the United States. Current enrollment is 70 full-time graduate students who are pursuing master’s degrees and more than 50 students enrolled in doctoral and advanced degrees during the summer session. Sewanee serves nearly 10,000 students a year (lay and ordained) through its Programs Center, which offers Education for Ministry (EfM) and continuing education programs. Involvement: A broad range of extracurricular activities for students include intramurals, fraternities and sororities, the Sewanee Outing Program, Chaplaincy Outreach Program, Habitat for Humanity, Big Brothers and Big Sisters, and the Senior Citizens Program plus the Volunteer Fire Department and Emergency Medical Service. Varsity Sports: Sewanee is a member of the NCAA and competes at the Division III level. The University fields 24 varsity teams for men and women and is a member of the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference.

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Sewanee Highlights Liberal Arts, Co-educational 13,000-acre campus on Cumberland Plateau Affiliation: Episcopal Founded: July 4, 1857 Undergraduate Students: 1,500 students from 41 states & 24 countries Rhodes Scholars: 25 NCAA Postgraduate Scholars: 27 Pursuing graduate and professional studies: 70% 24 varsity teams for men and women Non-need-based and need-based financial aid available Majors: 36 Minors: 32 Student-Faculty ratio: 10:1 All classes taught by professors.

School of Theology Founded: 1878 Students: 70

Football By The Numbers 466 Wins 157 SCAC Academic Honor Roll 73 All-SCAC Players (first team) 33 All-Americans 15 Conference Championships* 13 NCAA Postgraduate Scholars 6 Rhodes Scholars 3 Football Hall of Fame 3 Academic All-Americans 1 All-Southeastern Conference (1936) *includes 1898, 1899, 1909

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Champions: SIAA: 1898, 1899, 1900 | CAC: 1963, 1965, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1990 | SCAC: 1992, 2000


Benjamin Humphreys McGee Field

Oldest NCAA Football Fields* School Field Point of Interest

1. Oct. 31, 1881

Wesleyan (Conn.)

Andrus Field

Nation’s Oldest Field

2. Nov., 1883

Williams (Mass.)

Weston Field

Member of the Little Three

3. Fall, 1891

Amherst (Mass.)

Pratt Field

Member of the Little Three

4. Nov. 7, 1891

Sewanee (Tenn.)

McGee Field

South’s Oldest Field

5. Fall, 1893

Ill. Wesleyan

Illinois Wesleyan Field

6. Oct. 1, 1895

Pennsylvania

Franklin Field

Oldest Division I Field

7. Fall, 1896

Bowdoin (Maine)

Whittier Field

8. Oct. 1, 1898

Colorado College

Washburn Field

Oldest Field West of the Rockies

9. Sept. 30, 1899

Bates (Maine)

Garcelon Field

10. Fall, 1900

Trinity (Conn.)

Jessee-Miller Field

*Oldest fields at original sites (NCAA football record book & school’s history)

rich academic heritage surpasses its athletic wins and losses. This co-ed Episcopal school — where students wear academic black robes to classes tucked away in buildings of picturesque mountain stone architecture — is reminiscent of Oxford, England. The football program has produced six of Sewanee’s 25 Rhodes Scholars, 13 of 27 NCAA Postgraduate Scholars, three Academic All-Americans, and 139 Academic Honor Roll selections.

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Henry Phillips, and Frank Juhan — came to the Mountain as teenagers between 1898 and 1910 and left the Domain as legends. Nearly a half century later, coach Shirley Majors, father of Tennessee greats Johnny and Bobby, came to Sewanee (1957-1977), continued the tradition, and molded the Tigers into a small college power with two unbeaten teams and six conference titles. While Sewanee is proud of its gridiron accomplishments, the school’s

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The Sewanee football field was dedicated as Benjamin Humphreys McGee Field at Homecoming, Oct, 22, 1977. Prior to that date, it was known as Hardee Field, named for Lt. General William J. Hardee, an officer in the Confederate Army. Best known as “Ug’’ McGee, the Greenville, Miss., native was a 1949 Sewanee graduate and a devoted alumnus, athlete, regent, and trustee. McGee, who died in 1975, was a two-year lettermen in football (1946, 1948) and was also a member of the Order of Gownsmen and the “S’’ Club.

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McGee Field on the 13,000-acre Sewanee campus in southern middle Tennessee is the South’s oldest college football field (among NCAA schools) in its original location and the fourth oldest in the country. Open for business on Nov. 7, 1891, Sewanee lost that first home game with intra-state rival Vanderbilt (22-0), but overall has won 65% of its games (258-148-11) in 116 seasons before the home folks on Tennessee’s Cumberland Plateau. Along the way, the Tigers have constructed 49 perfect seasons and posted 128 shutouts at McGee Field. The first 50 years (1891-1940) on the Mountain produced an impressive slate of 106-15-9 (85.0%). Within that first half century was a near perfect run of 51-0-4 from 1894-1913, including 32 straight wins (1901-1911), with Georgia, Tennessee, and Mississippi State among the fallen foes. A 7-6 loss to Georgia in 1914 barely slowed the Tigers as they were 29-4-3 at home the next 12 years. Now 60 years removed from its last battle with a major college foe — a 6-0 home loss to Fla. State; Oct. 22, 1949 — Sewanee is still winning at home at the NCAA Division III level. A charter member of the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference, the Tigers’ “home field advantage’’ has been a catalyst for 12 small college conference titles, including three in the past 20 years, the most recent in 2000. While McGee Field is tops in seniority South of the Mason Dixon Line — Georgia Tech’s Grant Field, built in 1913, is second on the list — a trio of NCAA Division III New England schools known as “the Little Three’’ took to the gridiron before Sewanee. Originally known as Hardee Field — ­re-named McGee Field at Homecoming 1977 — the home turf has been the setting for fall afternoon heroics of 38 All-Americans and a trio of future Hall of Famers. The three hall of fame inductees — Diddy Seibels,

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Hamp Bass C’88

Joseph S. Bean C’31

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1988 Men’s Tennis Team

From the opening pitch of the first Sewanee varsity baseball game in 1875 to the success of our current varsity athletes, teams, and coaches, the rich sports heritage of the University is known nationwide. With a long list of undefeated teams, All-Americans, and national scholarathletes, Sewanee continues its impressive athletic accomplishments into the 21st century. One of the highest honors for those who represent the varsity athletics program is induction in the Sewanee Athletics Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame’s purpose is to give lasting recognition to those individuals and teams who have made exceptional contributions to the achievements and prestige of the University in the field of athletics and who have continued to demonstrate in their lives the values imparted by intercollegiate athletics. The reward of competition through sports, the importance of good sportsmanship, and the desire to succeed through hard work, discipline, and teamwork, have proven to be of value in the lives of the men and women who represent Sewanee varsity athletics. 2010 1953-54 Cross-Country Team 1963 Football Team Jennifer Bulkeley Staats Billy Cunningham Frank Greer Hank Haynes Mary Missbach Dressler

2006 John Capers Carl Cravens Alexander Guerry Gene Harris K.C. Horne Mark Kent Evelyn Mooney Quisha White Light

2009 1957-58 Swim Team Walter Bryant John Colmore Sally Harris Jon Morris Bob Potts Tom Ward

2005 Frank Carter Bill Coughlan Sparky Edgin Jim Elam Sean Gibson Kevin Harper John Kennerly Jim Ed Mulkin Bryan Rust Ormond Simpkins Susan Steele Askew Catrien van Assendelft Walt Wilder Bill Yates

2008 1958 Football Team Yogi Anderson Sophie Brawner Correll Kristen Ialaci Crane Ryan Harrigan Nathaniel Owens Linnie Wheeless

2004 1899 Football Team 1990 Women’s Tennis Team M.L. Agnew Reed Bell Ted Bitondo Gaston Bruton Clayton Lee Burwell Rupert Colmore Jr. Scott Ferguson Andy Finlay Pat Guerry Alex Guerry Jr. Bill Johnson Frank Juhan Shirley Majors Horace Moore Henry Phillips Kyle Rote Jr. Henry “Diddy” Seibels Willie “Six” Sims Paul Tessman Cameron Tyer Kim Valek Lon Varnell Kit Walsh

2007 Clarence “Buggs” Carter Lee Glenn Larry Isackson Ellen Gray Maybank Hogan Rachel Riemer Alex Wellford Greg Worsowicz

1989 Men’s Tennis Team

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Champions: SIAA: 1898, 1899, 1900 | CAC: 1963, 1965, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1990 | SCAC: 1992, 2000


National Football Foundation Hall of Fame (3) Diddy Seibels (1898-99) inducted 1973 Henry Phillips (1902-05) inducted 1959 Frank Juhan (1910) inducted 1966

M.L. Agnew (1960-63) inducted 1973

Sewanee Football AllAmericans (38)

Sewanee Football AllSoutheast All-Time Team, 1899-1919 (1) J.F. “Jenks” Gillem...................................... 1912

Ron Briggs................................................ 1996 Ben Tuck.........................................2001, 2002

Sewanee Football AllSouthern (53)

Frank Stubblefield..................................... 1965 Douglas Paschall...................................... 1966 James R. Beene........................................ 1969 John Popham............................................ 1970 Dudley West.............................................. 1977 D.J. Reina.................................................. 1981 Greg Worsowicz......................................... 1981 Mike Jordan.............................................. 1983 John York................................................... 1983 Jason Forrester......................................... 1992 Carl Cravens............................................. 1993 David Tudor............................................... 1995 Ben Tuck................................................... 2002

National Football Foundation Scholar-Athletes (3) Armando Basarrate................................... 1985 Tim Corbin................................................ 1989 Jason Forrester......................................... 1992

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Ormond Simpkins..................1899,1900,1901 Lee Kirby-Smith......................................... 1902 Henry Phillips....................... 1902, 1903, 1904 Eph Kirby-Smith..............................1903, 1904 George Watkins...............................1904, 1905 John Scarbrough....................................... 1904 Lex Stone........................................1906, 1907 Frank Shipp....................................1906, 1907 H.G. Lewis................................................. 1907 Silas Williams...................... 1907, 1908, 1909 Aubrey Lanier....................... 1907, 1909, 1910 Frank Faulkinberry.....1907, 1908, 1909, 1910 Lawrence Markley...........................1907, 1908 James L. Harris......................................... 1908 Frederick P. Cheape................................... 1909 Lionel Moise............................................. 1909 Alvin Browne...................................1909, 1910 J.F. Gillem............................. 1901, 1911, 1912 Jim Stoney................................................ 1911 John Myers................................................ 1911 Reuben Parker.......................................... 1914 Bob Taylor Dobbins.........................1914, 1915 Lee Tolley.................................................. 1914 Neil Edmond............................................. 1915 Fletcher Skidmore..................................... 1917 Eben Wortham.......................................... 1917 Charles Conway........................................ 1920 Jack Morton.............................................. 1931 Jay D. Patton............................................. 1931 Rupert Colmore Jr...................................... 1936 Reed Bell.................................................. 1947 Chase Neal............................................... 2001 Ben Tuck................................................... 2001

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Rupert Colmore Jr...................................... 1936

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Frank Juhan.............................................. 1909 Bill Coughlan............................................ 1921 Gene Harris.....................................1923, 1924 Joe Bean................................................... 1930 Jack Morton.............................................. 1930 Robert Stimson......................................... 1930 Jay D. Patton............................................. 1931 Rupert Colmore Jr............................1935, 1936 Frank Walker............................................. 1940 William Reed Bell............................1947, 1948 Ralph Wilson Reed.................................... 1950 Andy Hibbert...................................1951, 1952 Jim Ed Mulkin........................................... 1951 Jim Elam................................................... 1952 Gordon Sorrell.......................................... 1953 Lee Glenn................................................. 1956 Dan Davis................................................. 1958 Andy Finlay............................................... 1958 Bobby Potts.............................................. 1958 Jody Gee................................................... 1960 M.L. Agnew............................................... 1963 Mike Lumpkin........................................... 1973 Kevin Marchetti......................................... 1976 Nino Austin............................................... 1977 John Hill.................................................... 1979 Ray McGowan........................................... 1980 Mallory Nimocks....................................... 1980 Greg Worsowicz......................................... 1981 David Pack................................................ 1983 Mark Kent................................................. 1986 Bobby Graves............................................ 1988 Frank Greer............................................... 1990 Antonio Crook........................................... 1999 Ben Tuck................................................... 2002

Frank H. Gailor.......................................... 1912 Charles Bowden........................................ 1914 George Fooshee........................................ 1918 Edgar E. Beaty.......................................... 1926 Benjamin Dunlap...................................... 1959 Douglas Paschall...................................... 1966

Sewanee Football AllSoutheastern Conference First Team (1)

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Churchmen’s Hall of Fame (1)

Sewanee Football Rhodes Scholars (6)

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Athletic Training Room The athletic training room staff at Sewanee housed in the Fowler Sport & Fitness Center consists of two certified athletic trainers who use a 2,000-square-foot treatment and rehabilitation center to service the nearly 400 student-athletes in 20 varsity sports. The head athletic trainer is Ray Knight who is in his tenth year in this position at Sewanee after serving as an assistant athletic trainer here on the Mountain in 2000-01. Knight is assisted by Danielle Green and Matt McGraw.

Sewanee offers the latest in: Athletic Training Equipment • ultrasound • electrical muscle stimulators • whirlpools Rehabilitation Equipment • free weights • stationary bikes • mini trampolines • various other modalities

Danielle Green and Ray Knight work in the training room.

Medical Staff Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr.

Christopher Mathews, D.M.D. Mike Jordan, M.D. Louis Koella, M.D. Matt Petrilla, D.O.

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1909-Present Ray Knight, 2001-present (11) Brad Harrison, 1996-2000 (5) Tim Beckhold, 1995 (1) Bill Barry, 1969-1994 (26) John Kennerly, 1948-1968 (21) Willie Six, 1909-1947 (39)

Assistant Athletic Trainer Matt McGraw, Head Athletic Trainer Ray Knight, and Assistant Athletic Trainer Danielle Green.

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Champions: SIAA: 1898, 1899, 1900 | CAC: 1963, 1965, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1990 | SCAC: 1992, 2000


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Josh Taylor serves as head strength coach for over 400 Sewanee varsity athletes competing in 24 varsity sports. In his fourth year at Sewanee, Taylor also serves as the football linebackers coach and defensive coordinator. The 50' x 40', 2,000-square-foot weight room is located in the Fowler Sport and Fitness Center. Weight training is an important and vital part of the athletes’ overall fitness program here at Sewanee. The Fowler Center also has an exercise area with handball and racquetball courts and a variety of exercise machines.

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Weight Equipment n 10 Olympic platforms n 10 bench press/free weight n 10 incline bench/free weight n 5 utility benches n 15 different hammer, cybex and body master machines n Dumbells ranging from 3 lbs. to 120 lbs.

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Shirley Majors

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Seven Sewanee coaches have won championships in the 114 seasons of football on the Mountain. Shirley Majors won six championships from 195777 and was 93-74-5 (55.5%). Others to win championships were Harris Cope (1), who was 43-18-7 (68.4%) from 1909-1916; Horace Moore (3), who was 38-42 from 1978-86; John Windham (1), who was 45-61 (44.8%) from 1996-2006; Bill Samko (2), who was 35-27-1 (56.4%) from 1987-93; Billy Suter (1), who was 22-3-3 (83.9%) from 18991901, and JG Jayne (1), who was 5-3-1 (61.1%) in 1897 and 1898. William White coached eight years from 1946-53 and was 38-23-3 with a 61.7 Horace Moore winning percentage. On April 7, 2011, Tommy Laurendine was hired as the 30th head coach in Sewanee history. Laurendine takes over the program from former Tiger standout Robert Black who led the program for the previous four seasons. As of 2011, the Sewanee football program has provided 28 individuals and three teams (1899, 1958 and 1963) that have been inducted into the Sewanee Athletics Hall of Fame. Individuals include ML Agnew, Yogi Anderson, Hamp Bass, Reed Bell, Walter Bryant, Buggs Carter (Coach), Rupert Colmore Jr., Bill Coughlan, Carl Cravens, Jim Elam, Andy Finlay, Lee Glenn, Frank Greer, Gene Harris, Bill Johnson, Frank Juhan, Mark Kent, Shirley Majors (Coach), Horace Moore (Coach), Jim Ed Mulkin, Nathaniel Owens, Henry Phillips, Bob Potts, Diddy Seibels, Ormond Simpkins, Walt Wilder, Greg Worsowicz, and Bill Yates.

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Year-by-Year Results 1891 Won 1, Lost 2, Tied 0 Vanderbilt L 0 22 C Tennessee W 26 0 L 4 26 @Vanderbilt C-Chattanooga Coach: F.G. Sweat Captain: Alex Shepherd

Coaches

1892 Won 5, Lost 1, Tied 1 Tenn. State Champion Vanderbilt W 22 4 W 54 0 Tennessee @Virginia L 0 30 @Wash.&Lee W 22 16 @Tennessee W 10 0 @Vanderbilt W 28 14 T 6 6 @Louisville Coach: F.G. Sweat Captain: Alex Shepherd

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1893 Won 3, Lost 3, Tied 0 Vanderbilt L 8 10 @Louisville L 10 12 @Alabama W 20 0 @Birmingham W 32 0 A Auburn W 16 14 L 0 10 @Vanderbilt A-Atlanta Coach: F.G. Sweat Captain: N/A

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1894 Won 3, Lost 4, Tied 0 A N. Carolina L 4 36 @Georgia W 12 8 Nashville W 30 4 B Alabama L 4 24 @Tulane W 12 6 NO Southern L 10 18 @Vanderbilt L 0 12 A-Asheville, B-Birmingham NO-New Orleans Coach: H.C. Foss Captain: A.G. Blacklock 1895 Won 2, Lost 2, Tied 1 T 0 0 North Carolina Cumberland W 16 6 Nashville W 16 0 A Georgia L 0 22 @Vanderbilt L 6 18 A-Atlanta Coach: R.M. Reynolds Captain: A.G. Blacklock 1896 Won 3, Lost 3, Tied 0 Nashville W 6 0 W 6 4 Central T Alabama W 10 6 @Georgia L 0 26 M Auburn L 6 38 @Vanderbilt L 4 10 M-Montgomery, T-Tuscaloosa Coach: J.E. Blair Captain: J.S. Tanner

1899 Champion Won 12, Lost 0, Tied 0 SIAA Champion A Georgia W 12 0 @Ga. Tech W 32 0 Tennessee W 46 0 Southwestern W 54 0 @Texas W 12 0 W 10 0 @Texas A&M @Tulane W 23 0 @LSU W 34 0 W 12 0 MPH Ole Miss Cumberland W 71 0 W 11 10 M Auburn A North Carolina W 5 0 A-Atlanta, MPH-Memphis M-Montgomery Coach: Billy Suter Captain: Diddy Seibels

Won 1, Lost 3, Tied 1 L 5 6 @Nashville Central W 4 0 Auburn T 0 0 C North Carolina L 6 12 @Vanderbilt L 0 10 C-Cowan, Tenn. Coach: J.G. Jayne Captain: Oscar Wilder 1898 Champion Won 4, Lost 0, Tied 0 SIAA Champion

1904

1910

Won 7, Lost 1, Tied 0 Mooney W 47 0 Tenn. Medical W 58 0 @Wash. U. (Mo.) W 16 0 C Clemson W 11 5 @Tennessee W 12 0 W 17 5 D Texas A&M @Tulane W 18 0 L 0 26 @Vanderbilt C-Columbia, S.C., D-Dallas Coach: George Whitney Captain: Rupert Colmore Sr.

Won 8, Lost 2, Tied 0 SMA W 53 0 Anderson Sch. W 27 0 W 95 0 Tenn. Military L Centre L 0 19 Morgan W 22 5 W 31 5 NO LSU Tenn. Medical W 6 0 Georgia W 15 12 B Alabama W 30 0 @Vanderbilt L 6 23 L-Louisville, NO-New Orleans B-Birmingham Coach: Harris G. Cope Captain: Aubrey Lanier

1905 Won 4, Lost 2, Tied 1 Mooney W 42 0 Cumberland W 9 0 Tennessee W 11 6 @Ga. Tech T 18 18 @Texas L 10 17 B Alabama W 42 6 @Vanderbilt L 4 68 B-Birmingham Coach: H.C. Hyatt Captain: J.W. Scarbrough

1900

1906

Won 6, Lost 1, Tied 1 W 33 0 Bethel Cumberland W 18 0 A Georgia W 21 6 @Ga. Tech W 34 0 A North Carolina T 0 0 Nashville W 12 0 @Vanderbilt W 11 10 R Virginia L 5 17 A-Atlanta, R-Richmond Coach: Billy Suter Captain: Warbler Wilson

Won 8, Lost 1, Tied 0 W 24 0 Mooney Southwestern W 57 0 @Ga. Tech W 16 0 B Auburn W 10 5 @Tennessee W 17 0 @Tulane W 35 0 MPH Ole Miss W 24 0 Maryville W 28 0 @Vanderbilt L 0 20 MPH-Memphis, B-Birmingham Coach: J.J. Quill Captain: George Watkins

1901 Won 4, Lost 2, Tied 2 Mooney T 0 0 Southwestern W 40 0 Georgia W 47 0 Cumberland W 44 5 @Nashville L 6 39 Mooney W 23 0 @Vanderbilt T 0 0 L 5 23 R Virginia R-Richmond Coach: Bill Suter Captain: Harris Cope 1902 Won 7, Lost 2, Tied 0 Mooney W 39 0 D Texas L 0 11 Central W 6 0 @WashU. (Mo.) W 22 6 @Tennessee L 0 6 B Auburn W 6 0 A Georgia W 11 0 Cumberland W 22 0 @Vanderbilt W 11 5 A-Atlanta, B-Birmingham D-Dallas Coach: L.W. Boynton Captain: Henry Phillips 1903

1897

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Nashville W 10 0 @Texas W 4 0 @Southern W 23 0 @Vanderbilt W 19 4 Coach: J.G. Jayne Captain: Dana Smith

Won 7, Lost 1, Tied 0 Mooney W 23 0 Cumberland W 6 0 Tenn. Med. W 6 0 M Auburn W 47 0 B Alabama W 23 0 @Nashville W 6 0 @Tennessee W 17 0 @Vanderbilt L 5 26 M-Montgomery, B-Birmingham Coach: George Whitney Captain: J.L. Kirby-Smith

1907 Won 8, Lost 1, Tied 0 W 23 0 Mooney Miss. St. W 38 0 B Auburn W 12 6 T Alabama W 54 6 MPH Ole Miss W 5 0 N Virginia W 12 0 @Ga. Tech W 18 0 @Georgia W 16 0 @Vanderbilt L 12 17 B-Birmingham, T-Tuscaloosa MPH-Memphis, N-Norfolk Coach: A.G. Erwin Captain: Lawrence Markley 1908 Won 4, Lost 1, Tied 3 Mooney W 29 0 Castle Heights W 35 2 N Virginia T 0 0 B Auburn L 0 6 @Kentucky W 12 0 @St. Louis T 6 6 W 6 0 @Ga. Tech @Vanderbilt T 6 6 B-Birmingham, N-Norfolk Coach: H.E. Van Surdam Captain: Lawrence Markley 1909 Champion Won 6, Lost 1, Tied 0 SIAA Champion Southwestern W 64 0 @Princeton L 0 20 W 15 0 @Ga. Tech NO LSU W 15 6 Castle Heights W 38 0 B Auburn W 12 11 @Vanderbilt W 16 5 B-Birmingham, NO-New Orleans Coach: Harris G. Cope Captain: Silas Williams

1911 Won 6, Lost 3, Tied 1 SMA W 16 0 W 20 0 MTSU Morgan T 0 0 Castle Heights W 25 0 L 3 12 @Georgia @Texas W 6 5 @Tulane W 9 3 @Ga. Tech L 0 23 T Alabama W 3 0 @Vanderbilt L 0 31 T-Tuscaloosa Coach: Harris G. Cope Captain: John Myers 1912 Won 5, Lost 1, Tied 2 Morgan W 34 0 Florence Normal W 101 0 Chattanooga W 27 0 C Tennessee W 33 6 @Georgia T 13 13 @Ga. Tech W 7 0 B Alabama T 6 6 @Vanderbilt L 0 16 C-Chattanooga, B-Birmingham Coach: Harris G. Cope Captain: J.J. “Jenks’’ Gillem 1913

J-Jacksonville, B-Birmingham H-Houston, C-Chattanooga Coach: Harris G. Cope Captain: Bob Taylor Dobbins 1916 Won 5, Lost 2, Tied 2 Cumberland W 107 0 W 54 0 Morgan Maryville W 68 7 T 0 0 @Kentucky @LSU W 7 0 B Alabama L 6 7 Chattanooga W 54 0 C Tennessee L 0 17 T 0 0 @Vanderbilt B-Birmingham, C-Chattanooga Coach: Harris G. Cope Captain: Neil S. Edmond 1917 Won 4, Lost 2, Tied 2 Howard T 6 6 C Transylvania W 76 0 W 3 0 @LSU C Kentucky W 7 0 @Alabama T 3 3 Ole Miss W 69 7 C Centre L 0 28 @Vanderbilt L 6 13 C-Chattanooga Coach: Charles M. Best Captain: Eben A. Wortham 1918 Won 3, Lost 2, Tied 0 Morgan W 68 6 Camp Greenleaf L 0 14 @Tennessee W 68 0 C Ft. Oglethorpe W 24 6 @Vanderbilt L 0 40 C-Chattanooga Coach: Charles M. Best Captain: James G. Minter, Palmer Woodson 1919

Won 4, Lost 3, Tied 0 W 28 0 Chattanooga Marion County W 88 0 C Tennessee W 17 6 D Texas L 7 13 @Ga. Tech L 0 33 B Alabama W 10 7 @Vanderbilt L 13 63 B-Birmingham, C-Chattanooga D-Dallas Coach: Harris G. Cope Captain: R.N. MacCallum

Won 3, Lost 6, Tied 0 Morgan W 7 0 Howard W 18 0 @Georgia L 0 13 L 0 6 Kentucky B Alabama L 0 40 Oglethorpe W 21 0 @Rice L 7 19 L 7 20 @Baylor L 21 33 @Vanderbilt B-Birmingham Coach: Earl C. Abell Captain: Thomas Harper

1914

1920

Won 5, Lost 3, Tied 0 Cumberland W 59 0 Georgia L 6 7 Chattanooga W 46 3 J Florida W 26 0 @Ga. Tech L 0 20 B Alabama W 18 0 C Tennessee L 7 14 @Vanderbilt W 14 13 B-Birmingham, C-Chattanooga J-Jacksonville Coach: Harris G. Cope Captain: Robert Lee Tolley

Won 4, Lost 3, Tied 1 Bryson W 7 0 Georgetown W 54 0 @Oglethorpe W 21 13 @Kentucky T 6 6 L 0 21 @Alabama Chattanooga W 33 0 Tennessee L 0 20 @Vanderbilt L 3 21 Coach: Earl C. Abell Captain: William Coughlan

1915 Won 4, Lost 3, Tied 2 Morgan W 57 0 Cumberland W 47 0 J Florida W 7 0 @Kentucky T 7 7 L 10 23 B Alabama H Texas L 6 27 @Baylor W 16 3 C Chattanooga T 0 0 @Vanderbilt L 3 28

1921 Won 6, Lost 2, Tied 0 Cumberland W 26 0 Bryson W 102 0 Oglethorpe W 21 0 B Alabama W 17 0 L Kentucky W 6 0 @Chattanooga W 47 0 @Tennessee L 0 21 L 0 9 @Vanderbilt B-Birmingham, L-Louisville Coach: John P. Nicholson Captain: C.D.Conway

Champions: SIAA: 1898, 1899, 1900 | CAC: 1963, 1965, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1990 | SCAC: 1992, 2000


1927

Won 3, Lost 4, Tied 1 @Pennsylvania L 0 27 Oglethorpe W 19 0 T 7 7 B Alabama @Kentucky L 0 7 @South Carolina W 7 6 B’ham Southern W 21 0 C Tennessee L 7 18 L 0 26 @Vanderbilt B-Birmingham, C-Chattanooga Coach: John P. Nicholson Captain: William Coughlan

Won 2, Lost 6, Tied 0 SoCon: 1-4-0 Transylvania W 34 6 L 0 7 Bryson DTexas A&M L 0 18 B Alabama L 0 24 L 14 28 Ole Miss @Tennessee L 12 32 @Tulane W 12 6 @Vanderbilt L 6 26 D-Dallas, B-Birmingham Coach: Dr. M.S. Bennett Captain: Duke Kimbrough

1923

1924-1932 (9-37-1) 1924

1925

1926

Won 3, Lost 6, Tied 1 SoCon: 1-4-0 Jacksonville St. W 25 0 Tenn. Tech W 14 0 @Kentucky L 0 37 L 0 25 B Alabama @Ole Miss W 13 7 @LSU L 0 12 L 0 12 @Rice @Chattanooga T 0 0 @South Carolina L 13 14 @Southwestern L 6 26 B-Birmingham Coach: Harvey Harmon Captain: Robert B. Stimson 1931 Won 6, Lost 3, Tied 1 SoCon: 3-3-0 Jacksonville State W 18 0 Tenn. Tech W 24 7 @Southwestern T 0 0 @Virginia W 3 0 @Chattanooga W 6 0 B Alabama L 0 33 @LSU W 12 6 @Ole Miss W 7 0 B Auburn L 0 12 @Tulane L 0 40 B-Birmingham Coach: Harry E. Clark Captain: Ward Phillips 1932 Won 2, Lost 7, Tied 1 SoCon: 0-6-0 W 12 0 MTSU @ S.Carolina L 3 7 @Kentucky L 0 18 J Florida L 0 19 @Southwestern W 8 6 T 0 0 Tenn. Tech L 0 38 @LSU

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1934 Won 2, Lost 7, Tied 0 SEC: 0-4-0 @Southwestern L 0 2 L 6 35 M Alabama Tenn. Wesleyan W 21 0 @Army L 0 20 L 6 19 @Ole Miss Tenn. Tech W 7 6 L 0 19 @Vanderbilt L 0 14 Cumberland L 0 32 @Tulane M-Montgomery Coach: Dr. Harry E. Clark Captain: Ralph Ruch 1935

1939 Won 3, Lost 5, Tied 0 SEC: 0-3-0 @Wash.&Lee L 0 9 L 0 40 @Tennessee W 9 7 Tenn. Tech @Southwestern W 6 0 @Chattanooga L 7 10 L 7 25 @Vanderbilt W 14 7 @The Citadel @Tulane L 0 52 Coach: Dr. Harry E. Clark Captain: Arthur D. Whittington 1940 Won 3, Lost 5, Tied 0 SEC: 0-1-0 Cumberland W 49 0 Tenn. Tech W 25 6 @Davidson L 20 27 @Chattanooga L 6 20 @Dartmouth L 0 26 Vanderbilt L 0 20 C Wash&Lee W 25 13 @The Citadel L 7 13 C-Chattanooga Coach: J.F. “Jenks’’ Gillem Captain: N/A

Won 2, Lost 7, Tied 0 SEC: 0-6-0 L 0 32 @St. Louis @Ga. Tech L 0 32 C Ole Miss L 0 33 Tenn. Wesleyan W 9 7 L 0 33 @Tulane W 6 0 Tenn. Tech L 0 46 @Vanderbilt L 0 20 @Florida L 0 25 @Miss. State C-Clarksdale, Miss. Coach: Dr. Harry E. Clark Captain: James D. Blair

1941

1936

No intercollegiate football

Won 0, Lost 6, Tied 1 SEC: 0-5-0 @Ga. Tech L 0 58 Tenn. Wesleyan L 7 19 Tenn. Tech T 0 0 L 0 68 J Miss. State @Vanderbilt L 0 14 @Florida L 7 18 @Tulane L 6 53 J-Jackson, Miss. Coach: Dr. Harry E. Clark Captain: Rupert M. Colmore Jr.

1946

1937

1947

Won 2, Lost 7, Tied 0 SEC: 0-6-0 W 40 0 Hiwassee B Alabama L 0 65 Tenn. Wesleyan W 25 0 @Florida L 0 21 L 0 32 @Tennessee L 6 9 Tenn. Tech L 0 41 @Vanderbilt @Miss. State L 0 12 @Tulane L 7 33 B-Birmingham Coach: Dr. Harry E. Clark Captain: Dexter Stanphill

Won 6, Lost 1, Tied 1 @Presbyterian T 0 0 W 40 0 @Kenyon Miss. College W 14 0 Southwestern W 8 0 L 0 34 @Maryville W 26 13 Millsaps* W 14 6 @Centre Hamp.-Sydney W 32 7 HC *Willie Six Day Coach: William C. White Captain: Reed Bell

Won 2, Lost 5, Tied 0 W 20 19 @Wash&Lee C Davidson W 7 0 @Southwestern L 0 35 Tenn. Tech L 0 12 @Vanderbilt L 0 20 @Chattanooga L 0 27 @The Citadel L 0 28 C-Chattanooga Coach: J.F. “Jenks’’ Gillem Captain: Earl Bearden 1942-1945

Won 4, Lost 3, Tied 0 Presbyterian L 7 12 L 6 20 @Miss. College @Hendrix W 25 0 Maryville L 0 7 Centre W 52 7 @Hamp.-Sydney W 31 0 Kenyon W 13 6 Coach: William C. White Captain: W. Joe Shaw

1948 Won 6, Lost 1, Tied 1 T Southwestern W 20 0 Maryville W 12 6 @Miss. College W 20 19 W 21 7 Centre

Won 4, Lost 2, Tied 1 D Southwestern T 7 7 W 21 12 @Millsaps W 21 0 Miss. College Florida State L 0 6 HC @Centre W 26 7 Hampden-Sydney W 12 2 @WashU. (Mo.) L 7 19 D-Decatur, Ala. Coach: William C. White Captain: R.S. Snell 1950 Won 3, Lost 6, Tied 0 L 0 40 Trinity (Conn.) @ Southwestern W 25 6 W Millsaps L 7 14 L 6 13 @Miss. College @Florida State L 8 14 W 20 0 Wabash Centre L 8 16 L 20 28 @Hampden-Sydney HC WashU.(Mo.) W 7 0 W-Winchester, Tenn. Coach: William C. White Captain: R.W. Reed 1951 Won 5, Lost 3, Tied 0 Hampden-Sydney W 20 7 W Bethel W 52 13 @ Millsaps L 6 7 Miss. College W 29 0 HC @Wabash L 7 35 Centre W 3 0 Howard W 41 0 @WashU.(Mo.) L 13 31 W-Winchester, Tenn. (night) Coach: William C. White Captain: Jim Ed Mulkin 1952 Won 7, Lost 2, tied 0 Bethel W 27 0 @Howard L 0 13 @Millsaps W 27 13 @Miss. College W 12 7 Wabash L 14 31 HC Southwestern W 35 0 Centre W 48 14 @Hamp.-Sydney W 7 0 W 22 12 WashU. (Mo.) Coach: William C. White Captains: Jim Elam, Bill Porter 1953 Won 3, Lost 5, tied 0 Howard W 13 7 @WashU.(Mo.) L 20 40 @Millsaps L 6 35 Miss. College L 12 14 HC Hampden-Sydney game cancelled* @Wabash L 7 28 W 20 14 @Centre Southwestern W 41 0 Trinity (Conn.) L 20 32 *HSC team in train wreck Coach: William C. White Captain: Charles Lindsay 1954 Won 0, Lost 8, Tied 0 @Howard L 7 20 Millsaps L 13 18 @Miss. College L 6 7 Wabash L 0 17 HC Hampden-Sydney L 0 14 Centre L 7 21 @Southwestern L 19 32 L 6 19 Ohio Wesleyan Coach: E.W. Williamson Captain: R.J. Parkes

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Won 2, Lost 6, Tied 0 SoCon: 0-5-0 Bryson W 15 6 MTSU W 48 0 D Texas A&M L 3 6 B Alabama L 0 2 L 0 9 M Auburn @Tennessee L 0 12 @Tulane L 7 19 @Vanderbilt L 0 13 D-Dallas B-Birmingham M-Montgomery Coach: Dr. M.S. Bennett Captain: Jack Todd

1930

Won 3, Lost 6, Tied 0 SEC: 0-6-0 @Kentucky L 0 7 J Florida L 0 31 @Southwestern W 12 7 @Ole Miss L 0 41 W 14 0 Cumberland Tenn. Tech W 13 0 @Vanderbilt L 14 27 L 13 26 @Miss. State @Tulane L 9 26 J-Jacksonville Coach: Dr. Harry E. Clark Captain: Alex Wellford

1949

opponents

Won 4, Lost 4, Tied 1 SoCon: 1-4-0 Bryson W 14 0 MTSU W 53 0 D Texas A&M T 6 6 B Alabama L 0 27 @Kentucky L 0 14 @Chattanooga W 28 0 C Ole Miss W 10 9 @Tulane L 0 14 @Vanderbilt L 7 19 D-Dallas, B-Birmingham C-Chattanooga Coach: Dr. M.S. Bennett Captain: George Barker

Won 2, Lost 5, Tied 2 SoCon: 0-4-1 Tenn. Tech W 46 0 Transylvania T 6 6 L 14 27 @LSU Cumberland W 33 6 @Alabama L 7 35 @Ole Miss T 6 6 @Southwestern L 0 9 L 0 18 @Tulane @Vanderbilt L 6 26 Coach: W.H. Kirkpatrick Captain: Bill Cravens

1933

R Hamp.-Sydney W 20 13 T 7 7 @Millsaps W 47 13 Kenyon L 6 27 WashU. (Mo.) T-Tuscumbia, Ala., R-Roanoke Coach: William C. White Captain: Homer Smiles

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Won 6, Lost 4, Tied 0 SoCon: 3-2-0 Transylvania W 27 0 Southwestern W 7 0 Carson-Newman W 0 12 * D Texas A&M L 0 7 B Alabama L 0 14 @Kentucky L 0 7 @Oglethorpe L 0 7 MPH Ole Miss W 21 0 @South Carolina W 10 0 @Vanderbilt W 16 0 * Forfeited to Sewanee D-Dallas, B-Birmingham MPH-Memphis Coach: Dr. M.S. Bennett Captain: George “Flop’’ Millard, Eugene Harris

1929

1933-40 (0-37)

Won 1, Lost 8, Tied 0 SEC: 0-6-0 L 3 26 @Tennessee @Southwestern L 0 4 L 6 10 @Florida W 44 0 Hiwassee T Alabama L 0 32 Tenn. Tech L 6 7 L 0 14 @Vanderbilt L 0 39 @Ole Miss L 0 38 @Tulane T-Tuscaloosa Coach: Dr. Harry E. Clark Captain: Jack A. Whitley

P l ay e r s

Southern Conference

Won 2, Lost 7, Tied 0 SoCon: 0-5-0 Bryson W 14 0 @Texas A&M L 0 69 L 13 14 Transylvania Cumberland W 38 0 @Alabama L 12 42 @Florida L 6 71 @Tennessee L 0 37 @Tulane* L 6 41 @Vanderbilt* L 0 13 Coach: Dr. M.S. Bennett, W.H. Kirkpatrick* Captain: John C. Bruton Jr. *Bennett resigned after the Tennessee game, replaced by Kirkpatrick.

SEC

1938

Coaches

Won 5, Lost 4, Tied 1 Carson-Newman T 0 0 Howard W 3 2 Southwestern W 34 0 D Texas A&M L 0 14 L 0 7 B Alabama @Oglethorpe W 13 0 @Chattanooga W 26 0 L 6 20 MPH Centre Maryville W 20 0 L 0 7 @Vanderbilt D-Dallas, MPH-Memphis B-Birmingham Coach: Dr. M.S. Bennett Captain: Cooper Litton

1928

@Penn State L 6 18 @Ole Miss L 6 27 L 0 26 @Tulane J-Jacksonville Coach: Harry E. Clark Captain: Jack Morton

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1955 Won 1, Lost 8, Tied 0 @Southwestern L 7 18 Howard L 14 20 @Millsaps L 7 12 Miss. College L 0 20 Wabash L 0 37 Ohio Wesleyan L 12 42 @Centre L 0 28 Wash.&Lee W 12 0 HC Hampden-Sydney L 0 33 Coach: E.W. Williamson Captain: R.R. Spore

Coaches

1956 Won 1, Lost 6, Tied 1 Southwestern L 7 27 @Howard T 7 7 Millsaps L 7 13 @Miss. College L 6 13 L 6 23 Wabash @Hampden-Sydney L 7 12 Centre W 26 0 HC Wash.&Lee L 7 22 Coach: E.W. Williamson Captains: Lee Glenn, T.H. Peebles

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1957 Won 5, Lost 2, Tied 1 W 25 0 Howard @Millsaps W 14 0 Miss. College T 6 6 @Wabash L 21 38 L 0 7 @Centre W 33 14 HC Wash.&Lee @Southwestern W 34 12 Hampden-Sydney W 25 6 Coach: Shirley Majors Captain: Al Wade Jones

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1958 Win 8, Lost 0, Tied 0 @Howard W 21 0 Millsaps W 47 0 @Hamp.-Sydney W 44 20 @Miss. College W 48 8 Maryville W 46 0 Centre W 20 0 HC @Wash.&Lee W 12 0 Southwestern W 47 0 Coach: Shirley Majors Captain: Andy Finlay 1959 Won 4, Lost 3, Tied 1 L 0 20 Howard W 21 0 @Millsaps Hampden-Sydney L 0 35 Miss. College L 6 27 HC @Maryville W 22 6 @Centre T 0 0 @Southwestern W 21 19 Wash.&Lee W 15 14 Coach: Shirley Majors Captain: Walter Wilder 1960 Won 4, Lost 3, Tied 1 @Howard L 0 56 Millsaps W 22 12 @Hamp.-Sydney W 14 6 Austin W 32 22 @Miss. College T 14 14 Centre W 14 13 Southwestern L 0 7 HC @Wash.&Lee L 8 32 Coach: Shirley Majors Captains: Jody Gee, Ernest Cheek 1961 Won 5, Lost 2, Tied 1 @Millsaps T 0 0 Hampden-Sydney W 21 9 @Austin W 21 12 Randolph-Macon W 21 0 HC @Centre W 41 0 @Southwestern W 27 12 Wash.&Lee L 8 26 L 6 42 Miss. College Coach: Shirley Majors Captain: Frank Kinnett

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CAC 1962-1990 1962 Won 4, Lost 3, Tied 1 CAC: 2-1-0 Millsaps T 7 7 Hampden-Sydney W 22 8 L 7 10 HC Austin @Randolph-Macon W 30 8 W 28 6 Centre @Southwestern W 44 0 @Wash.&Lee L 0 8 @Miss.College L 6 14 Coach: Shirley Majors Captain: J. Turner, Wallace Pinkley 1963 champion Won 8, Lost 0, Tied 0 CAC Champion: 4-0-0 @Millsaps W 27 0 Hampden-Sydney W 49 0 @Austin W 39 19 Randolph-Macon W 48 0 HC W 35 7 @Centre @Southwestern W 28 0 W 35 6 Wash.&Lee WashU. (Mo.) W 14 13 Coach: Shirley Majors Captain: Bob Davis 1964 Won 8, Lost 1, Tied 0 CAC Champion: 3-1-0 W 54 7 Millsaps @Hampden-Sydney W 28 6 @Kenyon W 41 7 @Randolph-Macon W 34 13 W 34 0 HC Centre Southwestern W 34 0 @Wash.&Lee L 6 11 @WashU. (Mo.) W 25 19 W 49 0 Austin Coach: Shirley Majors Captain: Jim Stewart 1965 champion Won 7, Lost 1, Tied 0 CAC Champion: 4-0-0 W 19 0 @Millsaps Randolph-Macon W 28 0 Kenyon W 53 0 @Austin L 6 29 @Centre W 20 0 @Southwestern W 41 6 Wash.&Lee W 6 0 HC WashU. (Mo.) W 7 3 Coach: Shirley Majors Captain: Paul Tessmann 1966 Won 2, Lost 6, Tied 0 CAC: 1-3-0 L 28 40 Millsaps L 0 7 @Randolph-Macon Kenyon W 41 12 Austin L 0 22 HC L 0 27 Centre @Southwestern W 18 14 L 10 13 @Wash.&Lee @WashU.(Mo.) L 3 38 Coach: Shirley Majors Captain: David Paschall 1967 Won 5, Lost 3, Tied 0 CAC: 3-1-0 Millsaps L 7 10 Hampden-Sydney W 14 3 Fordham W 51 7 @Austin L 6 29 @Centre W 28 6 @Southwestern L 16 31 W 43 0 HC Wash.&Lee @WashU. (Mo.) W 28 9 Coach: Shirley Majors Captain: Mike Knickelbine

1968

1974

1980

Won 4, Lost 4, Tied 0 CAC: 3-1-0 Millsaps L 0 16 @Hamp.-Sydney W 21 12 @Fordham W 21 0 Austin L 7 14 L 14 24 Centre Southwestern W 28 14 HC L 7 16 @Wash.&Lee @WashU (Mo.) W 35 28 Coach: Shirley Majors Captain: Jim Beene

Won 2, Lost 6, Tied 0 CAC: 2-2-0 @Ind. Central L 0 13 @Hampden-Sydney L 0 15 Millsaps L 0 7 HC @Austin W 5 0 Centre L 14 19 Southwestern W 7 0 FW L 7 24 @Wash.&Lee Trinity L 7 8 Coach: Shirley Majors Captain: Gordon Watson

Won 4, Lost 5, Tied 0 CAC: 3-2-0 Illinois College W 21 14 @Hampden-Sydney L 10 20 Millsaps L 7 33 Centre L 20 27 HC Southwestern W 24 13 @Principia W 17 0 L 14 28 @Wash.&Lee Rose-Hulman L 7 38 @St. Leo W 42 14 Coach: Horace Moore Captains: Mark Lawrence, Larry Dickerson, Mallory Nimocks

1969 Won 2, Lost 6, Tied 0 CAC: 2-2-0 @Millsaps L 16 42 Hampden-Sydney L 6 28 Maryville L 22 34 L 18 35 @Austin @Centre L 8 20 @Southwestern L 22 36 W 37 21 HC Wash.&Lee WashU. (Mo.) W 36 20 Coach: Shirley Majors Captain: Bubba Owens, Shrop Dunaway 1970 Won 2, Lost 6, Tied 0 CAC: 1-3-0 W 21 9 Millsaps @Hamp.-Sydney L 0 35 L 0 3 @Maryville Austin L 32 34 W 20 17 HC Centre Southwestern L 19 21 L 0 13 @Wash.&Lee @WashU. (Mo.) L 20 38 Coach: Shirley Majors Captain: John Popham, Tim Turpin 1971 Won 2, Lost 6, Tied 0 CAC: 1-3-0 Hampden-Sydney L 0 13 L 6 36 @Millsaps Austin W 35 0 @Centre L 7 37 @Southwestern L 7 9 Wash.&Lee L 14 21 HC @Wabash L 14 17 WashU. (Mo.) W 35 16 Coach: Shirley Majors Captain: Wiley Richardson 1972 Won 3, Lost 5, Tied 0 CAC: 1-3-0 L 7 30 @WashU. (Mo.) @Hampden-Sydney L 0 42 Millsaps L 0 3 @Austin W 7 3 Centre L 7 14 Southwestern W 14 6 HC W 25 35 @Wash.&Lee W 29 25 Wabash Coach: Shirley Majors Captain: Dale Morton 1973 Won 5, Lost 3, Tied 0 CAC: 2-1-0 W 28 6 WashU. (Mo.) Hampden-Sydney W 13 6 @Millsaps L 7 16 L 7 26 HC Austin W 28 8 @Centre @Southwestern L 6 20 Wash.&Lee W 31 0 FW @Chicago W 47 0 Coach: Shirley Majors Captains: Philip Elder, Mike Lumpkin

1975 co-champion Won 6, Lost 3, Tied 0 Co-CAC Champion: 4-0-0 Principia W 42 0 Hampden-Sydney L 6 17 @Millsaps L 7 14 Austin W 28 26 HC @Centre W 32 20 @Southwestern W 15 14 Wash.&Lee W 13 3 FW @Trinity L 8 20 Indiana Central W 40 36 Coach: Shirley Majors Captain: Fred Morris 1976 champion Won 5, Lost 4, Tied 0 CAC Champion: 4-0-0 @Hamp.-Sydney L 7 14 L 0 28 Millsaps L 19 31 @Austin Centre W 12 7 FW Southwestern W 22 18 HC @Wash.&Lee L 14 16 W 12 10 Rose-Hulman W 34 0 @Principia WashU. (Mo.) W 26 15 Coach: Shirley Majors Captains: David Waters, Dudley West 1977 Won 2, Lost 7, Tied 0 CAC: 1-3-0 Hampden-Sydney L 0 22 L 0 16 @Millsaps W 24 21 FW Austin @Centre L 6 17 @Southwestern L 12 47 Wash.&Lee L 14 21 HC Principia W 34 6 @Rose-Hulman L 19 30 @WashU. (Mo.) L 7 27 Coach: Shirley Majors Captains: Burney Durham, Allen Ehmling, Barry Ray 1978 co-champion Won 4, Lost 4, Tied 0 Co-CAC Champion: 3-1-0 @Hamp.-Sydney L 3 27 Millsaps L 9 21 L 0 16 FW Centre Southwestern W 28 13 HC @Wash.&Lee L 13 14 @Principia W 49 0 Rose-Hulman W 21 14 W 30 24 @St. Leo Coach: Horace Moore Captain: Kelly Swift 1979 champion Won 7, Lost 2, Tied 0 Tri-CAC Champion: 3-1-0 Hampden-Sydney W 9 7 @Millsaps W 20 17 St. Leo W 41 0 FW @Centre W 21 7 @Southwestern W 3 0 Wash.&Lee W 15 14 HC Principia W 30 7 @Rose-Hulman L 9 28 @Central Florida L 0 24 Coach: Horace Moore Captains: Ricky Dale Harper, Michael Marchetti

1981 Won 5, Lost 4, Tied 0 CAC: 3-2-0 Fisk W 71 14 @Millsaps L 0 27 Principia W 21 7 @Centre W 42 24 @Southwestern W 23 14 Baptist W 56 16 FW L 6 13 HC Wash.&Lee @Rose-Hulman L 21 27 @Illinois College L 17 19 Coach: Horace Moore Captains: Greg Worsowicz, D.J. Reina 1982 champion Won 7, Lost 2, Tied 0 CAC Champion: 4-1-0 @Fisk W 14 10 Millsaps W 32 16 @Principia W 23 13 L 13 20 FW Centre Southwestern W 20 17 @Baptist L 20 21 @Wash.&Lee W 21 20 Rose-Hulman W 14 7 HC Illinois College W 31 28 Coach: Horace Moore Captains: Jeff Morris, Tim Tenhet, Jon York, Marc Larson 1983 Won 5, Lost 4, Tied 0 CAC: 3-2-0 Fisk W 53 6 @Millsaps L 14 48 Principia W 31 19 L 21 24 @Centre @Southwestern W 19 13 Ga. S’western W 22 19 FW Wash.&Lee W 16 10 HC Rose-Hulman L 21 44 L 14 29 @Hampden-Sydney Coach: Horace Moore Captains: Jim Smith, David Gilbert 1984 Won 0, Lost 9, Tied 0 CAC: 0-4-0 L 26 28 Millsaps @Earlham L 14 24 Centre L 10 24 Rhodes L 14 38 FW @Ga. Southwestern L 8 56 @Wash.&Lee L 14 17 Rose-Hulman L 27 29 HC Hampden-Sydney L 0 45 @Samford L 33 38 Coach: Horace Moore Captains: Shap Boyd, Dan Rather, David Pack, Todd Rutz 1985 Won 4, Lost 4, Tied 0 CAC: 2-2-0 W 28 10 Samford @Millsaps L 7 26 Earlham W 24 8 @Centre L 6 33 @Rhodes L 7 20 W 46 31 FW Maryville Wash.&Lee L 21 36 HC @Rose-Hulman W 14 7 Coach: Horace Moore Captains: Armando Basarrate, Clark Jackson, Gene Snead

Champions: SIAA: 1898, 1899, 1900 | CAC: 1963, 1965, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1990 | SCAC: 1992, 2000


1986

1987

1988

Won 2, Lost 7, Tied 0 CAC: 1-3-0 Lambuth L 7 24 @Millsaps L 3 21 @Centre L 9 34 L 14 16 @Rhodes L 14 24 Maryville Wash.&Lee L 17 21 HC @Rose-Hulman L 20 32 Tenn. Wesleyan W 34 7 Trinity (Texas) W 14 9 Coach: Bill Samko Captain: Todd Hurst

SCAC 1991-present 1991

Won 1, Lost 8, tied 0 SCAC: 1-3 Rose-Hulman L 14 37 @Maryville L 23 25 L 17 27 @Centre L 14 21 FW Guilford Rhodes W 19 17 HC @Wash.&Lee L 17 28 Millsaps L 20 35 L 3 17 Trinity (Texas) B Davidson L 14 28 B-Hamilton, Bermuda Coach: Al Logan Captains: Clai Brown, Brad Mall, Art Scornavacca, Seth Stewart, Russ Young 1995 Won 3, Lost 6, tied 0 SCAC: 1-3 L 14 21 @Davidson @Rose-Hulman L 6 17 Maryville W 20 19 Centre L 7 41 FW @Rhodes L 13 17 Wash.&Lee L 21 36 HC @Millsaps W 7 6 Trinity (Texas) L 7 34 @Guilford W 20 13 Coach: Al Logan Captain: N/A 1996 Won 4, Lost 4 SCAC: 2-2 Rose-Hulman W 21 18 Davidson W 17 16 FW @ Maryville L 13 14 @ Centre W 24 21 Rhodes L 12 16 HC @Wash.&Lee L 21 24 Millsaps W 28 13 L 18 31 Trinity (Texas) Coach: John Windham Captain: Alex Hartz, Louie Caputo

Won 7, Lost 1, Tied 1 SCAC: 2-1-1 @Cumberland W 35 14 Tenn. Wesleyan W 10 7 Trinity (Texas) W 25 6 FW @Centre W 10 3 @Rhodes T 14 14 Maryville W 28 7

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1999 Won 6, Lost 4 SCAC: 4-2 @Hamp.-Sydney W 14 0 @Rose-Hulman W 44 15 @Davidson L 0 21 W 31 7 FW Centre DePauw W 33 14 @Rhodes L 20 21 Wash.&Lee L 28 31 HC @Millsaps W 35 12 L 9 41 Trinity (Texas) @Stillman W 30 18 Coach: John Windham Captain: Antonio Crook, Michael Phillips, Eddie Yeh 2000 TRI-champion Won 6, Lost 4 SCAC Tri-Champion: 4-2 Hampden-Sydney W 24 11 W 41 16 Rose-Hulman Davidson L 0 14 Stillman W 27 24 4OT FW @Centre W 24 3 @DePauw L 16 19 W 32 6 HC Rhodes @Wash.&Lee L 24 27 Millsaps W 45 13 @Trinity (Texas) L 26 43 Coach: John Windham Captain: Abe Mikell, Brian Tyler, Eddie Yeh 2001 WON 5, LOST 5 SCAC: 2-4 @Hamp.-Sydney W 22 14 @Rose-Hulman W 31 3 Emory&Henry W 20 13 @Maryville W 13 0 Centre L 24 21 L 34 18 FW DePauw @Rhodes W 21 14 Wash.&Lee L 28 24 HC @Millsaps L 17 7 Trinity (Texas) L 38 7 Coach: John Windham Captains: Esau McCaulley, Jason Wheat, Devon DeLaughter, Nathan Shack 2002 WON 5, LOST 5 SCAC: 4-2 Hampden-Sydney L 51 17 Rose-Hulman W 19 12 @Emory&Henry L 28 24 W 27 19 FW Maryville @Centre W 23 21

WON 3, LOST 7 SCAC: 0-6 @Hampden-Sydney L 49 21 @Rose-Hulman L 24 23 Wash.&Lee W 37 13 FW @Maryville W 43 28 Centre L 21 16 DePauw L 21 0 HC @Rhodes L 34 14 Huntingdon W 29 7 @Millsaps L 12 7 Trinity (Texas) L 35 0 Coach: John Windham Captains: Justin Askew, Alex Cain, Clay Perry, Doug Widener 2004 WON 2, LOST 8 SCAC: 1-5 Hampden-Sydney L 35 17 @Huntingdon W 28 17 @Wash.&Lee L 12 0 Maryville L 16 13 OT FW @Centre L 28 0 @DePauw L 27 13 @Rhodes L 28 14 W 15 7 HC Rose-Hulman L 21 17 Millsaps Trinity (Texas) L 43 3 Coach: John Windham Captains: Tyrell Elston, Bill Frazier, Kola Pacheco, Don Rodgers 2005 WON 5, LOST 5 SCAC: 4-2 @Hampden-Sydney L 52 7 L 23 6 Huntingdon Wash.&Lee L 10 7 @Maryville W 33 14 Centre W 31 28 FW DePauw L 34 0 HC @Rose-Hulman W 20 7 @Millsaps W 19 16 Trinity (Texas) L 17 3 @Rhodes W 25 22 OT Coach: John Windham Captains: Tyrell Elston, Jonathan Watson, Will Smith, Nigel Green

WON 2, LOST 8 SCAC: 1-8 @Westminster (Mo.) W 26 14 Colorado College W 19 0 @DePauw L 20 27 Wash.&Lee L 12 24 Centre L 16 28 @Austin College L 22 33 @Millsaps L 17 38 Trinity (Texas) L 13 27 HC @B’ham-Southern L 0 49 L 0 17 Rhodes Coach: Robert Black Captains: Bruce Bentley, Chris Murphy 2009 WON 0, LOST 9 SCAC: 0-6 @ Wash. & Lee L 13 31 Hampden-Sydney L 7 51 DePauw L 0 3 FW L 0 20 @Centre Austin L 21 13 HC L 0 40 @Trinity B’ham-Southern L 17 34 Millsaps L 7 61 L 16 19 OT @Rhodes Coach: Robert Black Captains: Chalankis Brown, Patrick Shelton 2010 WON 1, LOST 9 SCAC: 0-7 W 44 14 @Earlham Wash. & Lee L 17 48 @Hampden-Sydney L 0 38 @DePauw L 7 35 Centre L 13 64 FW @Austin L 17 34 Trinity L 3 7 @B’ham-Southern L 10 50 L 0 30 @Millsaps Rhodes L 16 20 HC Coach: Robert Black Captains: Chalankis Brown, Geoffrey Marolda, McLain Still

FW Family Weekend HC Homecoming

2006 Won 2, lost 8 SCAC: 0-6 Hampden-Sydney W 42 35 L 24 44 @Huntingdon @ Wash.&Lee L 7 21 Maryville W 16 8 FW @ Centre L 0 14 @ DePauw L 24 31 Austin L 20 44 Millsaps L 18 35 HC @ Trinity (Texas) L 7 21 Rhodes L 7 14 Coach: John Windham Captains: Wes Satterfield, George Twitty, Bill Frazier

This is Sewanee

Won 6, Lost 3, Tied 0 CAC Champion: 3-1-0 W 17 9 @Davidson Millsaps W 6 3 Cumberland W 24 7 Centre L 6 7 FW Rhodes W 7 6 HC @Maryville L 6 7 @Wash.&Lee L 0 17 @Tn. Wesleyan W 20 9 @Trinity (Texas) W 41 24 Coach: Bill Samko Captain: John Shoop, Lebron Ferguson, Ray McGowan

1994

Won 2, Lost 7 SCAC: 1-5 Hampden-Sydney W 24 14 Rose-Hulman L 27 29 Davidson L 9 16 OT FW L 10 37 @Centre @DePauw L 24 25 Rhodes L 26 34 HC @Wash.&Lee L 21 23 Millsaps W 24 7 L 0 45 @Trinity (Texas) Coach: John Windham Captain: Josh Beddingfield, Micah Eliott

2003

2008

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Won 4, Lost 5, tied 0 SCAC: 1-3 Davidson W 7 3 Tenn. Wesleyan W 24 14 L 14 26 Maryville Centre W 27 26 FW L 13 14 @Cumberland @Rhodes L 13 31 W 26 23 HC Wash.&Lee @Millsaps L 10 34 Trinity (Texas) L 0 21 Coach: Bill Samko Captain: Will Cassidy, Carl Cravens

1998

@DePauw L 47 28 Rhodes W 36 31 HC L 26 14 @Wash.&Lee Millsaps W 17 7 @Trinity (Texas) L 55 14 Coach: John Windham Captains: Mack Benton, Wes Bradley, Brent Childers, Kirk Holtgrewe

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1989

1993

Won 5, Lost 4 SCAC: 2-3 @Hamp.-Sydney W 31 7 @Rose-Hulman W 20 17 @Davidson L 14 42 Maryville W 31 0 L 0 30 FW Centre @Rhodes L 7 27 Wash.&Lee W 48 14 HC @Millsaps W 56 30 Trinity (Texas) L 31 45 Coach: John Windham Captain: John Stroup, Jon Trussler, Scott Matthews, Jarrett Moore

P l ay e r s

Won 3, Lost 6, Tied 0 CAC: 2-3-0 @Tenn. Wesleyan W 28 13 @Lambuth W 20 10 Millsaps L 10 17 W 14 12 @Earlham L 13 26 FW Centre Rhodes L 0 17 HC @Maryville L 10 20 @Wash.&Lee L 0 21 L 26 34 Rose-Hulman Coach: Bill Samko Captain: Robert Black, Pete Seigmund, Will Meadows

1992 champion Won 8, Lost 1, TIED 0 SCAC Champion: 4-0 Davidson W 37 20 @Tenn. Wesleyan W 12 0 W 18 15 @Maryville Centre W 26 21 FW W 27 17 HC Rhodes @Wash.&Lee L 16 17 Millsaps W 33 14 @Trinity (Texas) W 15 12 @Ky. Wesleyan W 26 19 Coach: Bill Samko Captain: Jason Forrester, Mike Johnson, Mike Mondelli

1997

Coaches

Won 5, Lost 4, Tied 0 CAC: 1-3-0 Lambuth W 37 19 @Millsaps W 17 13 Earlham W 42 7 @Centre L 0 14 @Rhodes L 21 24 Maryville W 27 9 FW Wash.&Lee W 38 13 HC @Rose-Hulman L 13 20 @Emory&Henry L 12 55 Coach: Bill Samko Captain: Hamp Bass, Charlie Cutcliffe

Wash.&Lee W 21 13 HC @Millsaps L 6 20 Ky. Wesleyan W 31 17 Coach: Bill Samko Captain: Lemuel Daubenspeck, Ron Newcomb, Bryan Petty, Scott Thompson

Q u i c k fa c t s

Won 2, Lost 7, Tied 0 CAC: 1-3-0 @Samford L 15 35 Millsaps L 12 14 @Earlham W 36 13 Centre L 27 32 Rhodes L 7 28 FW @Maryville L 20 39 @Wash.&Lee W 14 7 Rose-Hulman L 24 40 HC Hampden-Sydney L 13 38 Coach: Horace Moore Captains: Doug Brown, Glen Moseley

2007 WON 1, LOST 8 SCAC: 0-8 W 30 21 Westminster @Colorado College L 26 36 DePauw L 10 14 @Centre L 7 21 Austin College L 13 16 L 7 45 FW Millsaps @Trinity (Texas) L 7 42 B’ham-Southern L 33 35 HC @ Rhodes L 13 15 Coach: Robert Black Captains: Blake Mears, Fred Rhodes

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Q u i c k fa c t s Coaches

The Iron Men of 1899 “While there are some who would swear to the contrary, I did not see the 1899 Sewanee football team play in person. Winning five road games in six days, all by shutout scores, has to be one of the most staggering achievements in the history of the sport. If the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) had been in effect in 1899, there seems little doubt Sewanee would have played in the title game. And they wouldn’t have been done in by any computer ratings.”

1899: Sewanee 12-0 Oct. 21 Oct. 23 Oct. 28 Nov. 3 Nov. 9 Nov. 10 Nov. 11 Nov. 13 Nov. 14 Nov. 20 Nov. 30 Dec. 2

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P l ay e r s

— Penn State head coach Joe Paterno

Sewanee Sewanee Sewanee Sewanee Sewanee Sewanee Sewanee Sewanee Sewanee Sewanee Sewanee Sewanee

12 32 46 54 12 10 23 34 12 71 11 5

@Georgia 0 @Georgia Tech 0 Tennessee 0 Southwestern 0 @Texas 0 @Texas A&M 0 @Tulane 0 @LSU 0 @Ole Miss 0 Cumberland 0 @Auburn 10 @North Carolina 0

Described by some football analysts as one of the best teams ever, the undefeated 1899 Sewanee football team is accorded that lofty ranking, not just for its 12-0 record, but for its mid-season train ride into history. A remarkable five wins in six days — all on the road and all by shutouts against Southern powers — has placed this Sewanee team in an elite class. Preceding football legends such as the Four Horsemen of Notre Dame of the 1920s, Fordham’s Seven Blocks of Granite of the 1930s and LSU’s Chinese Bandits of the late 1950s, the Iron Men have written their own place in gridiron history. The men of Sewanee proudly carried the school’s banner that fall and the “S’’ on their purple jerseys was as familiar to opponents from North Carolina to Texas as Superman would be in the mythical city of Metropolis a half century later. But far from comic book super heroes, the “Iron Men” of Sewanee posted some legendary wins against those Southern opponents that fall.

Football’s Famous Faces faced Sewanee on the Mountain

Sewanee Football At Home South’s Oldest Field 116th Season 258-148-11

This is Sewanee

128 Shutouts 49 Unbeaten Seasons John Heisman Auburn

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Roy Kramer Maryville University

Bobby Bowden Howard College

First 50 Years; 106-15-9 (85.0%) 20 Years of Unbeaten Play (51-0-4; 1894-1913) A Decade of Perfection (32-0; 1901-1911)

Champions: SIAA: 1898, 1899, 1900 | CAC: 1963, 1965, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1990 | SCAC: 1992, 2000


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2011 Schedule Sept. 3 Earlham College Hall of Fame GamE Sewanee, Tenn.

1 p.m.

Sept. 10 Washington and Lee University Lexington, Va.

1 p.m.

Sept. 17 University of Puget Sound Tacoma, Wash.

3 P.m.

Sept. 24 Birmingham-Southern College* Sewanee, Tenn.

1 p.m.

Oct. 1 Millsaps College* Family Weekend Sewanee, Tenn.

1 p.m.

Oct. 8 Trinity University* San Antonio, Texas 1 p.m. Oct. 15 DePauw University Sewanee, Tenn.

1 p.m.

Oct. 22 Centre College*

1:30 p.m.

Danville, Ky.

Oct. 29 Rhodes College* Memphis, Tenn.

1 p.m.

Nov. 5 Austin College* Homecoming Sewanee, Tenn.

1 p.m.

*SCAC Game

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2011 Sewanee Football Media Guide

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2011 Sewanee Football Media Guide

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