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Table of Contents/University Quick Facts Media Information/Media Relations Staff

2016 Preview 4-5 6 7-8

2016 Roster Post-Spring Depth Chart 2016 Outlook/Southland Preseason Polls

2016 Lions 9-26

Player Profiles

Coaching Staff 27-29 30 31 32 33

Head Coach Ron Roberts Matt Barrett/Brandon Lacy Aaron Schwanz, Travis Mikel Kevin Weston/Shane Smith Jake Zbydniewski/Brandon Howard

2016 Opponents 34 35 36 37 38 39

Oklahoma State/Southern Utah Northwestern State/Lamar McNeese State/Stephen F. Austin Houston Baptist/Central Arkansas Incarnate Word/Abilene Christian Nicholls/Southland Composite Schedule

2015 Review 40 41-43 44 45 46 47-49

2015 Final Results/Team Statistics 2015 Final Individual Statistics 2015 Game Superlatives 2015 All-Southland Conference Southland Conference Standings/Statistics Southland Conference Statistics

50-51 52-53 54-55 56-57 58-59 60 61 62 63 64-65 66-67 68 69-72 73 74-77 78-83 84-91

Individual Honors All-Americans Rushing Records Passing Records Receiving Records Yardage Records Scoring Records Kicking Records Punting Records Punt/Kick Return Records Defensive Records Miscellaneous Records Year-By-Year Results All-Time Opponent Records/Future Schedules All-Time Results vs. Opponents All-Time Roster Southeastern Football History

The Records

This is Southeastern Prominent Alumni Athletic Facilities Strawberry Stadium Athletic Training Sport Performance CHAMPS/Lifeskills Academic Success Athletic History All-Time Conference Championships Lions In The Community Southland Conference FCS National Championship Game University Administration Athletic Administration The Lion Athletics Association

Credits

Editor Layout and Design Cover design Cover photography Research

Kemmler Chapple Kemmler Chapple, Damon Sunde, Mike Kiral Caitlin Wade Randy Bergeron Larry Hymel

Photography

Randy Bergeron, Claude Levet, Matt Sullivan, Southeastern Louisiana Archives, Rick Yeatts, National Football League, Jimmy Cribbs,Atlanta Falcons, New Orleans Metropolitan Convention and Visitors Bureau, Louisiana Department of Culture, Recreation & Tourism, Baton Rouge Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, Delta State University, Tangipahoa Parish Convention and Visitor's Bureau., Georgia Southern Athletics, Tusculum Athletics.

Printing Champion Graphics - Baton Rouge, La.

University Quick Facts School: Southeastern Louisiana University Location: Hammond, Louisiana Population: 20,019 Founded: 1925 Joined Southland: 1997-98; 2005 - Football Enrollment: 15,096 Nickname: Lions Colors: Green (PMS 3425) and Gold (PMS 124) President: Dr. John Crain Athletics Director: Jay Artigues Faculty Representative: Dr. Joe Morris Senior Woman Administrator: Sherry Kennemer

The Traditions 92 93 94-95 96 97 98-99 100

Alma Mater/Fight Song/Spirit Groups Retired Numbers Perfect Seasons (1946 and 1954) The Return of the Lions (2003) The River Bell Classic Players in the Pros Southeastern Athletics Hall of Fame

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Media Information

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he Southeastern Louisiana University football team and the Southeastern Athletic Media Relations Office wish to thank you for your interest and coverage of the 2016 Lions. This publication is designed to assist you in your coverage of Southeastern Football. Please feel free to contact the Southeastern Athletic Media Relations Office for any additional information. The Southeastern Athletic Media Relations Office is located on the second floor of West Strawberry Stadium, rooms 201-204.

Photo Deck

Mailing Address: Southeastern Athletic Media Relations Office SLU 10309 Hammond, LA 70402 Phone: (985) 549-2142

This area is reserved for print media and statistical operations. Fax and copy service is available. Several phones are available for media use on a first-come, first-serve basis. Ethernet lines, along with wireless internet, are also available for filing for both photo and print use.

Overnight Mailing Address: Southeastern Athletic Media Relations Office c/o Southeastern Athletics 800 Galloway Dr. Hammond, LA 70402

Credentials

Credentials for Southeastern home games are issued for working media only and should be requested as early as possible due to space limitations. All members of the media must request credentials in writing through Damon Sunde, Associate Sports Information Director. Requests are honored from sports editors of daily newspapers and sports directors of television and radio stations. Requests from individuals not employed by a media outlet will not be considered. **Spouses, dates, non-workers and anyone under 18 years of age are not permitted in the working press area.

Entrance

The Strawberry Stadium media entrance is located on the fourth floor of the Parking Garage connecting to the stadium. Media members can enter via the elevators or the stairwells located on the south end of the parking deck. Field level access as well is available from these locations. Media Will Call, located at the Ticket Window of the Dugas Center for Southeastern Athletics, will open 90 minutes prior to kickoff.

Parking

Media parking is located at the top of the Parking Garage (4th floor) on the west side of Strawberry Stadium. Due to space limitations, requests for parking should be made with the credential request. Although every effort will be made, it should not be assumed that parking passes will be issued with credentials.

Satellite Truck Access

Media outlets requesting satellite truck access must request such in advance through Kemmler Chapple in the Southeastern Athletic Media Relations Office. Trucks must be in place at least three hours prior to kickoff and only the trucks will be allowed in the area. Parking credentials in the media lot will be issued to other necessary accompanying vehicles.

The Strawberry Stadium photo deck is located on the roof of the press box located on the west side of the stadium. The deck area accommodates coaches’ film crews and network television. Due to the lack of space on the deck, no video cameras other than those previously listed in this section will be permitted access. Only those with appropriate passes will be allowed access.

Press Area

Sidelines

Southeastern follows NCAA rules regarding media representatives on the sidelines. Photographers are not permitted to shoot between the 25-yard lines (team areas) and must wear credentials at all times. Access to and from the north and south ends of the field will be a monitored area to the rear of the team area closest to the stadium. No one under 18 years of age will be issued photo credentials for sideline access.

Press Box Services

Individual and team statistics, play-by-play and game facts will be distributed to members of the working media. Press kits are provided 90 minutes prior to kickoff, or earlier upon request. Press kits include program, flip card, updated statistics for each team, Southland Conference stats and gameday notes. A pregame meal will be served beginning 90 minutes before kickoff. Soft drinks and bottled water will be available throughout the game.

Professional Scouts

Space limitations will determine the issuance of credentials to scouts of professional football teams. Tickets may be made available to pro scouts in lieu of credentials. Requests for tickets should be made well in advance of the game to guarantee availability and should be requested through the Southeastern Athletic Media Relations Office.

Interviews

Interviews with Ron Roberts, any assistant Southeastern football coach or player must be coordinated through Sports Information Director Kemmler Chapple at least one day in advance to minimize demands on the student-athlete’s time. No player interviews will be conducted on Monday or beginning Wednesday evening (6 p.m.) during game week (Tuesday for Thursday games) Phone interviews must also be coordinated through the Athletic Media Relations Office. Keep in mind, team locker rooms are off limits to media representatives at all times. Interviews during practice are strictly prohibited. Southeastern football practices are open to the public and the media is welcome to attend. Following each practice, Coach Roberts and players will be available for brief interviews if requested. Please coordinate with the Media Relations staff person in attendance.

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Southeastern provides equal access to all members of the working media. At home games, Coach Roberts will hold a postgame press conference in the Billups Room located on the southwest corner of Strawberry Stadium. Requests for player interviews should be made to Associate SID Damon Sunde or the opponent SID no later than the four-minute mark of the fourth quarter. Southeastern players will be brought to the interview room for interviews. The opponent’s coach will be available either on the field or outside the visitor’s locker room, located on the northwest corner of Strawberry Stadium, at the discretion of the visiting SID.

Press Luncheon

Southeastern will host a weekly press luncheon each week during the season. The luncheon is scheduled on Tuesdays at noon in the Victory Club, located on the fifth floor of Strawberry Stadium. Lunch will begin at noon with head coach Ron Roberts addressing the media at 12:15 p.m. Parking for media members is available on the top level of the adjacent parking garage. Depending on class schedules, selected players will be available during each weekly session. For player requests, please contact a member of the Southeastern Media Relations Staff at least 24 hours in advance.

Southland Coaches Teleconference

Starting Aug. 30 and running each Tuesday through Nov. 15, the Southland Conference will host a coaches conference call each week during the season (beginning at 10:30 a.m.) in an effort to assist media members. Contact a member of the Southeastern Media Relations Office for call-in information. The weekly schedule is as follows: Southland Notes.............................................. 10:30 a.m. Steve Campbell (Central Arkansas)............. 10:35 a.m. Tim Rebowe (Nicholls State)....................... 10:42 a.m.. Ron Roberts (Southeastern La.)..... 10:49 a.m. Jay Thomas (Northwestern State)............... 10:56 a.m. Lance Guirdy (McNeese State).................... 11:03 a.m. Ray Woodard (Lamar)..................................... 11:10 a.m. Vic Shealey (Houston Baptist)...................... 11:17 a.m. Clint Conque (Stephen F. Austin)................. 11:24 a.m. K.C. Keeler (Sam Houston State)................ 11:31 a.m. Larry Keenan (Incarnate Word)................... 11:38 a.m. Ken Collums (Abilene Christian)................. 11:45 a.m.

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football Monday Afternoon • Weekly game notes will be posted on lionsports. net, and released via e-mail. 7 p.m. •  Coach Roberts’ Radio Show from Tope La’ in downtown Hammond on KSLU-FM (90.9) and on www.LionSports.net

Kemmler Chapple

Damon Sunde

Mike Kiral

Tuesday

Associate Sports Information Director

Assistant Sports Information Director

Office Phone . . . . . (985) 549-3221 Mobile Phone . . . . . (985) 974-5466 E-mail . . . . . . kemmler.chapple@selu.edu

Office Phone . . . . . (985) 549-3774 Mobile Phone . . . . . (225) 938-5987 E-mail . . . . . . . . . damon.sunde@selu.edu

Office Phone . . . . . (985) 549-2142 Mobile Phone . . . . . (985) 320-8812 E-mail . . . . . . . . . . . michael.kral@selu.edu

10:30 a.m. • Southland Conference Coaches Teleconference. Coach Roberts is scheduled to participate on the call at approximately 10:49 a.m.

Areas Covered: Football, Women’s Basketball, Softball, Tennis, Hall of Fame

Areas Covered: Baseball, Volleyball, Football (Secondary), Men’s Basketball (Secondary), Social Media

Areas Covered: Men’s Basketball, Track and Field/Cross Country, Golf, Soccer

Noon •  Coach Roberts weekly press luncheon in the Victory Club of Strawberry Stadium

Sports Information Director

Media Information Mailing Address................................................................ SLU 10309,

Press Box Number:......................................(985) 549-2443, 2444

...............................................................................Hammond, LA 70402

Website:...............................................................www.LionSports.net

Overnight Address ..............................................800 Galloway Dr.

Facebook:....................................... www.facebook.com/sluathletics

............................................................................. Hammond, LA 70402

Twitter:.................................................www.twitter.com/sluathletics

Fax...................................................................................(985) 549-3773

YouTube:........................................... www.youtube.com/sluathletics

Entering its 26th season, the Southeastern Sports Network is a multifunctional entity controlling both the radio and television efforts of Lions Athletics. Southeastern football will be broadcast on the radio via flagship station KSLU-FM (90.9) with affiliates throughout the region. The Lions annually have games broadcast on a number of different television carriers including the American Sports Network, ESPN3 as Members of the Southeastern Sports Network (From left): Robbie Rhodes, Allen Waddell, well as locally on Cox Sports TV (CST) Todd Dunnington and Mark Willoughby and the Southeastern Channel. Mark Willoughby enters his 12th season as "The Voice of the Lions" after a successful return to Southeastern in 2005. Joining Willoughby in the booth as color analyst in his fourth year will be Robbie Rhodes, a 2008 Southeastern graduate and former golf letterwinner. Rhodes moved to the booth after spending the past five years handling sideline duties.

4:30 p.m. •  Practice (OPEN to Media) Post Practice Only • Coaches and Players available for interviews

Wednesday

4:30 p.m. •  Practice (OPEN to Media) Post Practice Only • Coaches and Players available for interviews

Thursday

4:30 p.m. •  Practice (No interviews pre- or post-practice)

Friday

TBA • Team Walk-Thru (Closed to Media)

Saturday Postgame •  Coach Roberts will be available following the game in the Billups Room (located on the southwest corner of Strawberry Stadium) • Selected players will immediately follow after the mandated 10-minute “cooling off” period

WEEKLY RADIO SHOW

The weekly “Ron Roberts Coaches Show,” hosted by Allen Waddell airs each Monday beginning at 7 p.m. on KSLU-FM (90.9) and on the internet at www.LionSports.net. The show is aired from Buddie’s Bar and Grill in downtown Hammond.

TELEVISION “Inside Southeastern Football with Ron Roberts,” is a weekly 30-minute highlight show featuring an indepth analysis from head coach Ron Roberts. Hosted by Allen Waddell, and directed by Todd Dunnington, the show airs throughout the state of Louisiana on various stations as well as the Southeastern Channel. Check for times and listings in your area.

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2016 Roster

2016 No. 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 12 13 14 15 15 16 17 18 19 20 20 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 29 30 30 31 32 33 34 40 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 50 51 52 53 54 57 59 60 66 68 69

Name Javon Tillman Rasheed Harrell Ryan Sigers Darius Durall Jacorey Fuller Kaelyn Henderson Jeff Williams II Brandon Acker Tre’ Spann Dejion Lynch Jacq’co Price Torrance Mosley Da’Quan Smith Justin Alo Latrone Williams Donovan Isom Kijuan Lee Jake Jiannoni D’Shaie Landor J.T. Jackson Jacob Williams Monte Seabrook Mayori Ellison Eugene Bethea Dillon Burkhard Jake Ingraffia Diego Griffin Sione Teuhema Javon Conner Aaron Craig Darren Johnson Brayleon Thorns Julius Maracalin Will Hines Abraham Freeman Jonathan Lyles Juwaan Rogers Ross Foreman Courtney Rutledge Milan Love Jim Speights Lionel Craig Demareyeh Lane Tre’ Bennett Jordan Showalter Ezekiel Jenkins Dylan Fields Caleb Young Lee Spight Thomas Shepard Ja’Hmal Macklin Ivy Wall Anthony Murphy Sean Clavelle James Cox Solomon Parker Shaq McClain Jack Lechman Ron Cherry Michael Vick Tyler Boudreaux Paxton Sims Travis Romero Anthony Freeman

southeastern Pos. DB RB DB RB DB RB DB WR DB DB WR DB WR QB DB QB DB LB QB QB QB WR DB RB K WR DB LB WR DB RB DB RB DB LB DB FB WR DB DB P DB DB LB FB FB FB LB LB LB LB P DL LB LB DL OL LB DL OL OL OL OL LS

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

Wt. 180 195 185 184 170 190 170 185 185 190 175 160 200 205 185 245 185 215 195 205 175 184 180 217 165 175 180 260 170 175 182 185 215 190 225 180 245 170 180 185 225 170 191 225 270 215 210 235 245 190 210 155 260 185 214 290 285 221 275 290 296 290 320 200

Cl.-Exp. Jr.-TR Sr.-3L Jr.-2L Jr.-TR Fr.-RS Sr.-1L Jr.-TR Sr.-1L Fr.-RS So.-TR Fr.-HS Jr.-TR Sr.-1L Sr.-1L Fr.-RS So.-1L Fr.-HS Jr.-TR Sr.-2L Fr.-RS Fr.-HS Jr.-TR Jr.-TR Jr.-2L Jr.-TR So.-1L Fr.-HS Jr.-TR Fr.-HS So.-1L Jr.-TR Jr.-TR So.-1L Sr.-1L Jr.-TR Jr.-TR Sr.-3L So.-SQ Jr.-2L Fr.-RS Jr.-TR Fr.-RS Jr.-1L Sr.-1L Jr.-SQ Fr.-HS So.-1L Sr.-3L Jr.-TR Fr.-RS So.-1L Fr.-RS Sr.-1L So.-SQ Fr.-RS Sr.-1L Fr.-RS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Jr.-2L Fr.-RS Jr.-TR Jr.-2L So.-TR

Hometown Oakland, Calif. Miami, Fla. Katy,Texas Houston,Texas Shreveport, La. Lawndale, Calif. Baton Rouge, La. Hattiesburg, Miss. Southaven, Miss. Los Angeles, Calif. Crowley, La. Dutchtown, La. Baltimore, Md. Carson, Calif. Denham Springs, La. Destrehan, La. Kentwood, La. Palm Springs, Calif. Lafayette, La. Monroe, La. Baton Rouge, La. Newberry, Fla. Hayward, Calif. Boca Raton, Fla. Dodge City, Kan. Loranger, La. New Orleans, La. Keller,Texas New Orleans, La. Slidell, La. Long Beach, Calif. Garland,Texas Plaquemine, La. Waco,Texas Telfair, Ga. La Verne, Calif. Amite, La. Brookhaven, Miss. Slidell, La. Springfield, La. Brandon, Miss. Slidell, La. Oakland, Calif. West Point, Miss. New Orleans, La. Edmond, Okla. Mandeville, La. Houston,Texas Lexana, Kan. Ponchatoula, La. Jonesville, La. Amite, La. Compton, Calif. New Orleans, La. Hammond, La. Stone Mountain, Ga. Independence, La. Mansfield,Texas Lake Charles, La. Baton Rouge, La. Mandeville, La. Ackerman, Miss. Manvel,Texas Ocean Springs, Miss.

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Previous School/High School Sierra College/San Leandro HS Northwestern HS Seven Lakes HS SMU/South Houston HS Calvary Baptist Academy El Camino CC/Lawndale HS Sierra College/St.Amant HS East Mississippi CC/Hattiesburg, Miss. DeSoto Central HS Pierce College/Hamilton HS Crowley HS TCU/Dutchtown HS Hartnell College/Baltimore City College HS Mt. San Antonio College/Carson HS St. Helena Central HS Utah/Destrehan HS Jewel Sumner HS Golden West College/La Quinta HS Louisiana-Lafayette/Teurlings Catholic HS Neville HS Christian Life HS Utah/Newberry HS Chabot College/Hayward HS West Boca Raton HS Dodge City CC/Dodge City HS Loranger HS Lusher HS LSU/Keller HS Landry-Walker HS Slidell HS Long Beach CC/Cabrillo HS Navarro College/South Garland HS Plaquemine HS Arkansas/Waco HS Iowa Wester CC/Telfair County HS Riverside CC/Damien HS Amite HS Brookhaven Academy Slidell HS Springfield HS Northwest Mississippi CC/Brandon HS Slidell HS Laney Colege/Castro Valley HS Holmes CC/West Point HS Holy Cross HS Edmond Santa Fe HS Lakeshore HS North Shore HS Hutchinson CC/Shawnee Mission West HS Ponchatoula HS Block HS Oak Forest Academy LA Southwest CC/Centennial HS Landry-Walker HS St.Thomas Aquinas HS Georgia Military Institure/Stone Mountain HS Independence HS Mansfield Ridge HS Washington-Marion HS Broadmoor HS Mandeville HS Copiah-Lincoln CC/Choctaw County HS Manvel HS Pearl River CC/St. Martin HS

Alphabetical Roster No. 5 91 8 85 73 33 15 71 60 15 84 57 50 19 51 20 31 96 3 72 83 14 92 42 93 28 25 69 3 76 17 99 2 79 4 85 23 16 9 11 40 10 20 75 10 32 87 54 9 30 26 6 46 22 53 77 7 48 97 82 52 70

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Name Brandon Acker Issac Adeyemi-Berglund Justin Alo Jalon Baker Justin Barksdale Tre’ Bennett Eugene Bethea Alfred Beverly Tyler Boudreaux Dillon Burkhard Chris Charles, Jr. Ron Cherry Sean Clavelle Javon Conner James Cox Aaron Craig Lionel Craig Chauncey Davis Darius Durall Cyrus Ekugwum Kirk Elisar Mayori Ellison Miki Fangatua Dylan Fields Marcus Flavors Ross Foreman Abraham Freeman Anthony Freeman Jacorey Fuller Taylor Gadbois Diego Griffin Greg Hardaway Rasheed Harrell Daniel Henderson Kaelyn Henderson Jackson Hendrix Will Hines Jake Ingraffia Donovan Isom J.T. Jackson Ezekiel Jenkins Jake Jiannoni Darren Johnson Jermaine Jones D’Shaie Landor Demareyeh Lane Pete LeBeouf Jack Lechman Kijuan Lee Milan Love Jonathan Lyles Dejion Lynch Ja’Hmal Macklin Julius Maracalin Shaq McClain Kristian Megowan Torrance Mosley Anthony Murphy Javari Nichols Joe Pack Solomon Parker Chris Phillips

Pos. WR LB QB WR OL LB RB OL OL K TE DL LB WR LB DB DB DL RB OL WR DB DL FB DL WR LB LS DB OL DB DL RB OL RB TE DB WR QB QB FB LB RB OL QB DB TE LB DB DB DB DB LB RB OL OL DB DL DL WR DL OL


2016 Chris Phillips OL Name Pos. Alfred Beverly OL Cyrus Ekugwum OL Justin Barksdale OL Jermaine Jones OL Taylor Gadbois OL Kristian Megowan OL Daniel Henderson OL Ryan Ramirez TE Joe Pack WR Kirk Elisar WR Chris Charles, Jr. TE Jalon Baker WR Jackson Hendrix TE Kaylan Richardson WR Pete LeBeouf TE Bransen Schwebel TE Jonathan Tatum K Jon Taylor DL Issac Adeyemi-Berglund LB Miki Fangatua DL Marcus Flavors DL Trent Williams DL Kurrell Vaughn DL Chauncey Davis DL Javari Nichols DL Greg Hardaway DL

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

350 Wt. 330 295 290 345 300 280 275 250 180 185 265 185 210 180 250 230 190 340 225 293 290 290 270 250 320 300

Jr.-TR Cl.-Exp. Fr.-HS Jr.-TR Sr.-1L Jr.-TR Sr.-TR Sr.-1L Jr.-1L Sr.-1L Jr.-TR So.-1L Fr.-RS Fr.-RS Fr.-RS Jr.-1L Fr.-RS Fr.-HS So.-1L Jr.-TR Fr.-HS Sr.-1L Fr.-HS Sr.-1L Fr.-RS Jr.-TR Sr.-3L Jr.-TR

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Olive Branch, Miss. Northwest Mississippi CC/Olive Branch HS Hometown Previous School/High School Beaumont,Texas West Brook HS Jackson, Miss. Pearl River CC/Murrah HS Courtland, Miss. Northeast Mississippi CC/South Panola HS Greenwood, Miss. Northwest Mississippi CC/LeFlore County HS Dallas, Ga. Miami (Fla.)/East Paulding HS Thousand Oaks, Calif. College of the Canyons/Moorpark HS Amite, La. Oak Forest Academy Pomona, Calif. Riverside City College/Bonita HS Slidell, La. Jones County JC/Salmen HS Gonzales, La. St.Amant HS New Orleans, La. John Ehret HS Baton Rouge, La. University HS Prairieville, La. St.Amant HS Hammond, La. Louisiana-Lafayette/St.Thomas Aquinas HS Bourg, La. South Terrebonne HS Amite, La. Oak Forest Academy Alexandria, La. Atlanta Sports Academy/Menard HS Millen, Ga. Copiah-Lincoln CC/Jenkins County HS Dartmouth, Nova Scotia Champlain-Lennox College/Dartmouth HS Wailuki, Hawaii Riverside City College/H.P. Baldwin HS Crestview, Fla. Crestview HS Riverside, Calif. Citrus College/Jurupa Valley HS Shreveport, La. Calvary Baptist Academy Oakland, Calif. Chabot CC/San Leandro HS Kentwood, La. Kentwood HS San Antonio,Texas Cisco College/Wagner HS

No. 6 81 86 27 68 29 88 13 45 34 2 66 7 5 30 44 89 90 18 21 1 95 47 12 4 8 94 43

Name Jacq’co Price Ryan Ramirez Kaylan Richardson Juwaan Rogers Travis Romero Courtney Rutledge Bransen Schwebel Monte Seabrook Thomas Shepard Jordan Showalter Ryan Sigers Paxton Sims Da’Quan Smith Tre’ Spann Jim Speights Lee Spight Jonathan Tatum Jon Taylor Sione Teuhema Brayleon Thorns Javon Tillman Kurrell Vaughn Ivy Wall Jacob Williams Jeff Williams II Latrone Williams Trent Williams Caleb Young

Pos. WR TE WR FB OL DB TE WR LB FB DB OL WR DB P LB K DL LB DB DB DL P QB DB DB DL LB

2016 Schedule

Head Coach Ron Roberts Alma Mater UT Martin, 1990 Record at SLU (Years) 29-20 (4) Overall Record (Years) 76-36 (9) Offensive Coordinator/QB Matt Barrett Alma Mater North Carolina State State, 1999 Defensive Line/Recruiting Brandon Lacy Alma Mater Kansas, 2003 Offensive Line Travis Mikel Alma Mater Delta State, 2007 Linebackers Aaron Schwanz Alma Mater Wisconsin-Oshkosh, 2009 Wide Receivers Shane Smith Alma Mater Southeastern Louisiana, 1996 Running Backs Kevin Weston Alma Mater Tusculum, 2002 Tight Ends Jake Zbydniewski Alma Mater Southeastern Louisiana, 2013 Football Office Phone (985) 549-5550 Football Office Fax (985) 549-5489

Date Opponent Location Time Series Record Sept. 3 at Oklahoma State Stillwater, Okla. 2:30 p.m. First Meeting Sept. 10 at Southern Utah Cedar City, Utah 7 p.m. SLU leads 1-0 Sept. 24 Northwestern State* Hammond 6 p.m. SLU leads 30-29 Oct. 1 at Lamar* Beaumont, Texas 7 p.m. SLU leads 8-3 Oct. 8 McNeese* Hammond 6 p.m. MCN leads 8-3 Oct. 15 at Stephen F. Austin* Nacogdoches, Texas 3 p.m. SFA leads 11-7-1 Oct. 22 Houston Baptist (HC)* Hammond 4 p.m. SLU leads 2-0 Oct. 29 Central Arkansas (HOF)* Hammond 7 p.m. UCA leads 6-3 Nov. 5 at Incarnate Word* San Antonio, Texas 2:30 p.m. SLU leads 2-1 Nov. 12 Abilene Christian* Hammond 7 p.m. ACU leads 2-1 Nov. 17 at Nicholls (RBC)* Thibodaux, La. 6 p.m. NICH leads 13-12 * - Southland Conference game HC - Homecoming HOF - Hall of Fame Game RBC - River Bell Classic Home games in bold caps All dates and times are subject to change; All times are Central

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2016 Preseason Depth Chart

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Defense

WR (X)

5 19

Brandon Acker Javon Conner

6-2 5-10

185 170

Sr. Fr.

LDE

90 52

Jon Taylor Solomon Parker

6-6 6-0

340 290

Jr. Sr.

LT

76 77

Taylor Gadbois Kristian McGowan

6-6 6-4

300 280

Sr. Sr.

94 97

Trent Williams Javari Nichols

6-2 6-3

290 320

Sr. Sr.

LG

73 75

Justin Barksdale Jermaine Jones

6-3 6-2

290 345

Sr. Jr.

6-0 6-4

293 260

Sr. Sr.

68 53

Travis Romero Shaq McClain

6-3 6-2

320 285

Jr. Fr.

92 48 44 18

Miki Fangatua Anthony Murphy

C

NG RDE LOLB

Lee Spight Sione Teuhema

6-0 6-4

245 260

Jr. Jr.

RG RT

59 70

Michael Vick Chris Phillips

6-0 6-4

290 330

Jr. Jr.

MLB

43 10

Caleb Young Jake Jiannoni

6-3 5-10

235 215

Sr. Jr.

72 79

Cyrus Ekugwum Daniel Henderson

6-4 6-3

295 275

Jr. Jr.

ROLB

33 50

Tre’ Bennett Sean Clavelle

6-0 6-2

225 185

Sr. So.

TE (Y)

81 88

Ryan Ramirez Bransen Schwebel

6-5 6-5

250 230

Sr. Fr.

LCB

23 29

Will Hines Courtney Rutledge

6-1 6-0

190 180

Sr. Jr.

WR (Z)

86 6

Kaylan Richardson Jacq’co Price

6-0 6-2

180 175

Jr. Fr.

Nitro

2 21

Ryan Sigers Brayleon Thorns

6-0 5-11

185 185

Jr. Jr.

QB

10 9

D’Shaie Landor Donovan Isom

6-1 6-5

195 245

Sr. So.

20 4

Aaron Craig Jeff Williams II

6-2 6-0

175 200

So. Jr.

RB

2 22

Rasheed Harrell Julius Maracalin

5-10 6-0

195 215

Sr. So.

FS Diamond

1 32

Javon Tillman Demareyeh Lane

6-2 5-10

180 191

Jr. Jr.

WR (H)

7 13

Da’Quan Smith Monte Seabrook

6-1 5-11

200 184

Sr. Jr.

RCB

14 8

Mayori Ellison Latrone Williams

6-3 5-9

200 175

Jr. Fr.

27 34

Juwaan Rogers Jordan Showalter

6-0 5-10

245 270

Sr. Jr.

- Or FB (F)

Special Teams K

89 15

Jonathan Tatum Dillon Burkhard

5-9 5-9

190 165

So. Jr.

P

47 30

Ivy Wall Jim Speights

6-0 6-0

155 225

Fr. Jr.

LS

69 34

Anthony Freeman Jordan Showalter

6-2 5-10

200 270

So. Jr.

HOLD

16

Jake Ingraffia

5-10

175

So.

Julius Maracalin led Southeastern in rushing as a freshman in 2015

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New-Look Lions Poised to Bounce Back in Coming Season After winning the Southland Conference in 2013 and 2014, the Lions suffered through an injury-marred 2015 season, finishing 4-7 overall and 3-6 in the Southland Conference. With an influx of new talent and several key contributors returning, Southeastern is poised to contend for a Southland Conference Championship. “We feel like we have the pieces in place to be in the hunt for the Southland Conference championship,” Southeastern head coach Ron Roberts said. “We expect to be as strong up front on both sides of the ball as we’ve been since I’ve been here. We do have some areas where we will be young, but the talent is there. “ In addition to a new-look roster, SLU will feature new coordinators on both sides of the ball. On offense, Matt Barrett will take over offensive coordinator duties. Barrett, who was formerly on the offensive staff at Sam Houston State and was most recently at Georgia Southern, brings a proven track record of success. “Coach Barrett brings a proven track record of success to our program,” Roberts commented. “We think we can return to being explosive offensively. We’re still going to be focused on running the ball, but we also need to be more productive in the passing game.”

On the defensive side, Roberts will take over defensive play calling duties. The Lions’ fifth-year head coach has previously served as defensive coordinator at Delta State, Texas State and Tusculum College.

spring, but he seems like a different player. We expect him to push for playing time. “ Roberts believes all three signal callers could have an effect on the Lions’ fortunes in 2016.

“We have as good of a front seven as we’ve had here,” Roberts stated. “We expect to be very strong against the run. We’ll have a lot of new faces in the secondary, but there’s a lot of talent within that group. Our main key on defense is to eliminate the big plays, which comes down to avoiding mental mistakes.”

“If the past couple of years has taught us anything, it’s that we need to have at least two quarterbacks who are ready to go,” Roberts said. “We think we’re going to have three that we’re confident in, but we want one of them to step up and seperate themselves from the pack in August.”

Southeastern expects a fierce battle during fall camp for its starting quarterback position. Senior incumbent starter D’Shaie Landor is ahead after spring practice, but Is expected to be pushed during the preseason by sophomore Donovan Isom and senior Justin Alo.

Offensive line coach Travis Mikel returns after missing 2015 and has a deep rotation to work with in the coming season. Returning All-Southland performer Travis Romero is expected to anchor the line, while newcomers Taylor Gadbois and Cyrus Ekugwum give SLU a pair of imposing tackles.

“D’Shaie came out of the spring as the guy,” Roberts said. “He’s the most comfortable in the pocket and executiing our offense. With that said, we expect a really good three-man race in fall practice.

“Having Travis Mikel return is a huge boost to our offense,” Roberts said. “His knowledge of our system and the energy he brings is going to be a big plus.

“Donovan has made huge progress in the past year,” Roberts continued. “The dark horse is Justin. We didn’t see him as much during the

“We have added two impact players at the tackles position,” Roberts added. “We’re also pleased with the play of Michael Vick. He was our most improved player in the spring.”

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A talented running back group will be buoyed by the return of senior Rasheed Harrell, who redshirted in 2015. Harrell, sophomore Julius Maracalin and junior Eugene Bethea gives SLU an experienced stable of ball carries. Senior fullback Juwaan Rogers will also be a welcome return after missing all of 2015 with an injury. “Rasheed being back gives our running game an added dimension,” Roberts said. “Juice and Eugene are effective with how hard they run and their ability to fight for extra yards, but Rasheed has an added elusiveness that we missed last season. We think we have one of the best fullbacks in the country in Juwaan. He’s one of our most respected team leaders and we think he is in for a huge senior season.” Senior Brandon Acker is the top returning receiver for a young SLU receiving corps. Though the unproven Lion pass catchers will be short on experience, the talent is there for Southeastern to be explosive in the passing game. “It would be fair to say that our receiving corps is the position where we have the most to prove,” Roberts commented. “We have some new guys who we think can have immediate positive impacts, but it will be key for us to have a threat in the passing game.” The defensive line is the deepest position on either side of the ball for Southeastern. Seniors Trent Williams, Miki Fangatua, Solomon Parker, Javari Nichols and Anthony Murphy all return to give SLU a formidable front. “We really feel good about our defensive line coming out of the spring,” Roberts said. “We have five seniors all with significant playing time. We also expect Jon Taylor to be a force for us up front this fall.” Senior Tre’ Bennett is the lone returning starter among the Lion linebackers, after earning All-Southland Conference recognition a year ago. Junior Lee Spight is expected to make an immediate impact after impressing SLU coaches in his first spring in Hammond. “We’re happy with our linebacker situation heading into fall camp,” Roberts said. “We feel like we’re deep as far as guys who are in contention for starting jobs and playing time. Some of the best camp battles could come at those spots.” The Lions will be replacing several starters in the secondary, including two-time All-American and current Arizona Cardinal Harlan Miller. Senior Will Hines returns as a starter at cornerback, while juniors Ryan Sigers, Javon Tillman and Mayori Ellison are expected to step up in prominent roles. “We definitely won’t be as experienced in the secondary as we’ve been the past several years,” Roberts commented. “But we have a bunch of talent in the back and we feel like we have a good corps that can grow together as the season progresses. “ Freshman Ivy Wall heads into the fall as the starter at punter after redshirting in 2015. Sophomore kicker Jonathan Tatum is expected to continue to improve with a year of collegiate experience behind him. Both are expected to be pushed by a pair of junior college transfers - kicker Dillon Burkhard and punter Jim Speights - in fall camp. Sophomore newcomer Anthony Freeman is slated to handled long snapper duties. The Lions will have open competition for both the kickoff and punt return positions during the preseason.

“We have to be better on special teams,” Roberts added. “We feel like we’ve made the necessary additions to help us in that area. “

Southland Conference Preseason Polls Coaches’ Poll

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WR • 6-2 • 185 • Sr. • 1L Hattiesburg, Miss. East Mississippi CC/Hattiesburg HS

WR • 5-6 • 185 • Fr. • RS Baton Rouge, La. University HS

2015: Leading receiver for the Lions in his first season in Hammond … Played in all 11 games … Caught 25 passes for 343 yards and two touchdowns … Best game of the season was in season finale versus Nicholls … Grabbed seven passes for 88 yards and two touchdowns versus the Colonels … Finished with four catches for 68 yards versus Incarnate Word … Accumulated 62 yards on three receptions in 22-7 victory at Houston Baptist … Hauled in four passes at Ohio … Had a season-long 41-yard reception in 30-27 win over Lamar. Prior to Southeastern: Spent previous two seasons at East Mississippi Community College … Recorded 78 catches for 1,179 yards and 11 touchdowns in his two years at EMCC ... Played football, basketball and baseball at Hattiesburg High School.

Career Stats G Rec Y ds TD Lg 2015 11 25 343 2 41

Career Highs Receptions..............................................................................7, vs. Nicholls (2015) Receiving Yards.................................................................. 88, vs. Nicholls (2015) Longest Reception............................................................... 41, vs. Lamar (2015) Receiving Touchdowns......................................................2, vs. Nicholls (2015)

2015: Redshirt season. High School: Standout performer at University High School in Baton Rouge … All-Area selection by NOLA.com.

73 Justin Barksdale OL • 6-3 • 290 • Sr. • 1L Courtland, Miss. NE Mississippi CC/South Panola HS 2015: Played in eight games on the offensive line … Took over as the starting right tackle for the final six games of the season … Expected to move to guard in 2016. Prior to Southeastern: Spent past two seasons at Northeast Mississippi Community College … Started every game at left tackle as a sophomore … First team MACJC All-State performer.

8 Justin Alo QB • 6-1 • 205 • Sr. • 1L Carson, Calif. Mt. San Antonio College/Carson HS 2015: Saw action in three games as a backup quarterback … Was 6-for-14 for 88 yards and two interceptions … Most of his game action came versus Incarnate Word … Threw for 88 yards and two interceptions after completing six-of-12 passes versus the Cardinals … Also attempted passes versus Florida Tech and at Ohio. Prior to Southeastern: As a sophomore, led Mt. San Antonio College to the California Community College championship, earning MVP honors in the title game … Finished the season with 3,263 yards passing and 24 touchdowns … Came to Mt. San Antonio from Hawaii, where he redshirted as a freshman after signing out of Carson High School … First team All-Area, All-City and Marine League Player of the Year selection as a senior at CHS … Passed for 2,534 yards and 18 touchdowns, while also rushing for 793 yards and three scores … Participated in the Polynesian All-America Classic following senior year and led the West team to a 21-8 victory.

Career Stats G Att-Cmp-Int 2015 3 14-6-2

Yds TD 88 0

Career Highs Passing Yards..........................................................88, vs. Incarnate Word (2015) Completions............................................................ 6, vs. Incarnate Word (2015) Attempts.................................................................12, vs. Incarnate Word (2015) Long Pass................................................................24, vs. Incarnate Word (2015) Inteceptions............................................................. 2, vs. Incarnate Word (2015)

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LB • 6-0 • 225 • Sr. • 1L West Point, Miss. Holmes CC/West Point HS

RB • 6-0 • 217 • Jr. • 2L Boca Raton, Fla. Fort Scott CC/West Boca Raton HS

Career Honors: - 2015 All-Southland Conference (Honorable Mention) 2015: Started all 11 games at linebacker … Earned honorable mention AllSouthland Conference honors … Finished with 45 tackles (26 solo) … Collected 6.5 tackles for loss … Second on the conference and 22nd in FCS with three forced fumbles … Forced two fumbles, including one that resulted in a 45-yard touchdown return by Ashton Henderson in a 28-17 victory over Florida Tech … Recorded six tackles and had a strip sack that he returned for a 49-yard touchdown versus Stephen F. Austin … Also had six tackles – including 1.5 for loss – at Central Arkansas … Credited with tackles for loss versus Northwestern State, Florida Tech, Stephen F. Austin, Incarnate Word and Abilene Christian … Broke up a pass at McNeese. Prior to Southeastern: Spent two seasons at Holmes Community College … Tallied 51 tackles, two sacks and a fumble recovery … Standout performer at West Point High School.

Career Stats G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR INT Yds 2015 11 26 19 45 6.5 2 3 1 0 0

Career Highs Tackles...................................................6, twice, last at Central Arkansas (2015) Tackles for Loss.................................................1.5, at Central Arkansas (2015) Forced Fumbles............................................................2, vs. Florida Tech (2015) Fumble Recoveries..............................................1, vs.Stephen F. Austin (2015) Passes Defended.................................1, twice, last vs. Incarnate Word (2015)

2015: Saw action in all 11 games … Carried 30 times for 139 yards … Also caught seven passes for 37 yards … Rushed for a season-high 45 yards on six carries in 22-7 road win at Houston Baptist … His 25-yard run at HBU was a season-long … Had a season-high seven carries for 30 yards and two receptions at Abilene Christian … Also recorded two catches for 21 yards at Abilene Christian. 2014: Played in 12 games … Rushed for 320 yards and two touchdowns on 54 carries … Averaged 5.9 yards per rush … Carried 14 times for 125 yards in 76-7 victory over Houston Baptist … Rushed for 51 yards and a touchdown in 63-7 win at Incarnate Word … Scored first touchdown as a Lion in 41-14 win over Southern Utah … Also caught a pass in 61-34 victory at Lamar. Prior to Southeastern: Spent a redshirt season at Fort Scott Community College in Kansas. High School: Two-time All-County performer at West Boca Raton High School ... Rushed for 1,043 yards as a junior and over 900 yards as a senior.

Career Stats G 2014 12 2015 11 Totals 23

Rush Yds TD 54 320 2 30 139 0 84 459 2

Lg 38 25 38

Rec Yds TD 1 2 0 7 37 0 8 39 0

Lg 2 14 14

Career Highs Rushes..................................................................... 14, vs. Houston Baptist (2014) Rushing Yards..................................................... 125, vs. Houston Baptist (2014) Rushing Touchdowns......................... 1, twice, last at Incarnate Word (2014) Long Rush............................................................. 38, vs. Houston Baptist (2014) Receptions.......................................................... 2, twice, last vs. Nicholls (2015) Receiving Yards.................................................................. 21, vs. Nicholls (2015) Long Reception................................................................. 14, vs. Nicholls (2015)

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OL • 6-6 • 296 • Fr. • RS Mandeville, La. Mandeville HS

LB • 6-1 • 214 • Fr. • RS Hammond, La. St. Thomas Aquinas HS

2015: Redshirt season.

2015: Redshirt season.

High School: Standout performer at Mandeville High School … Coached by Guy Lecompte at MHS.

High School: Prepped at St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Hammond … Helped Falcons to district title as a senior under head coach John White.

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TE • 6-3 • 265 • Fr. • RS New Orleans, La. John Ehret HS

DB • 6-2 • 175 • So. • 1L Slidell, La. Slidell HS

2015: Redshirt season. High School: Played at John Ehret High School in New Orleans … All-Academic performer.

50 sean clavelle LB • 6-2 • 185 • So. • SQ New Orleans, La. Landry-Walker HS

2015: Played in 10 games, primarily on special teams … Credited with a seasonhigh four tackles at Ohio … Finished with two tackles versus Stephen F. Austin … Broke up a pass at McNeese. 2014: Redshirt season. High School: Played his senior season at Salmen High School … Moved to Slidell in 2012 from New York … Was the state champion in the high jump as a junior … Also played wide receiver at SHS.

Career Stats G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR INT Yds 2015 10 6 0 6 0 1 0 0 0 0

Career Highs Tackles............................................................................................ 4, at Ohio (2015) Passes Defended................................................................ 1, at McNeese (2015)

2015: Did not see action. 2014: Redshirt season.

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High School: Academic All-State selection at Landry-Walker HS ... Father, Sean, played football at Oklahoma State … Uncle, Shannon, played at Colorado and three years in the NFL for the Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs.

DB • 5-8 • 170 • Fr. • RS Slidell, La. Slidell HS

19 javon conner WR • 5-10 • 170 • Fr. • RS New Orleans, La. Landry-Walker HS

High School: Prepped at Slidell High School.

2015: Redshirt season. High School: Split time between wide receiver and running back at LandryWalker High School … Also stars on LWHS track team … Helped team to state quarterfinals as a senior.

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72 Career Stats G UA A Total TFL PD FF cyrus ekugwum 2015 10 17 9 26 8.0 0 0 OL • 6-4 • 295 • Jr. • RS Jackson, Miss. Pearl River CC/Murrah HS

Career Highs Tackles................................................................................7, twice, last vs. Nicholls Tackles for Loss................................................2, twice, last vs. Incarnate Word Fumble Recoveries.....................................................1, at Northwestern State

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2015: Redshirt Season. Prior to Southeastern: Standout performer at Pearl River Community College … Two-year starter for the Wildcats … Second team MACJC All-South Division selection as a sophomore and first team All-South Division accolades as a freshman … Prepped at Murrah High School in Jackson, Mississippi.

83 kirk elisar WR • 5-9 • 185 • So. • 1L Gonzales, La. St. Amant HS

FR INT Yds 1 0 0

FB • 6-1 • 210 • So. • 1L Mandeville, La. Lakeshore HS 2015: Played in eight games on the season, primarily on special teams. High School: Starting quarterback at Mandeville’s Lakeshore High School.

Career Stats G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR INT Yds 2015 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2015: Played in four games on special teams … Credited with tackles at Houston Baptist and Central Arkansas.

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High School: Standout performer at St. Amant High School.

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WR • 6-0 • 170 • So. • SQ Brookhaven, Miss. Brookhaven Academy

G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR INT Yds 2015 4 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

Career Highs Tackles...................................................1, twice, last at Central Arkansas (2015) 2015: Did not see action.

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2014: Redshirt season. High School: Prepped at Brookhaven Academy … In last two seasons, caught 47 passes for 719 yards and four touchdowns.

DL • 6-0 • 293 • Sr. • 1L Wailuki, Hawaii Riverside City College/H.P. Baldwin HS

3 Jacorey Fuller DB • 6-0 • 170 • Fr. • RS Shreveport, La. Calvary Baptist Academy

2015: Saw action in 10 games, making five starts on the defensive line … Recorded 26 tackles (17 solo), eight tackles for loss and two sacks … Sack resulted in safety in a 22-7 victory over Houston Baptist … Credited with a fumble recovery in a 34-20 win at Northwestern State … Finished with seven tackles and a sack at Abilene Christian … Also credited with seven tackles and a tackle for loss versus Nicholls. Prior to Southeastern: Led Riverside City College with nine sacks and two fumble recoveries as a sophomore … Also posted 44 tackles (24 solo) and 11.5 tackles for loss … Earned CCCAA All-America honors … Prepped at H.P. Baldwin High School, where he was also one of Hawaii’s top high school performers in both the shot put and discus.

2015: Redshirt season. High School: Helped Calvary Baptist to consecutive state championships … Posted 60 tackles, four interceptions and four forced fumbles as a senior … Part of state championship 4x400 relay team.

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OL • 6-6 • 300 • Sr. • TR Dallas, Ga. Miami (Fla.)/East Paulding HS 2015: Did not see action. Prior to Southeastern: Started five games as a sophomore at Miami (Fla.) in 2014 before suffering a season-ending injury … After redshirting in 2012, played in four games as a redshirt freshman in 2013 ... Ranked No. 53 offensive tackle in the nation by Scout.com coming out of East Paulding High School … Rated a three-star prospect by Scout.com and Rivals.com ... ESPN rated him a two-star prospect.

17 diego griffin DB • 6-3 • 180 • Fr. • RS New Orleans, La. Lusher HS 2015: Redshirt season. High School: Standout wide receiver and defensive back at Lusher High School … Also a member of the LHS track and field team, competing in hurdles, long jump, high jump and relays … Cousin is Cleveland Browns quarterback Robert Griffin III.

South Dakota State, versus Incarnate Word, versus Stephen F. Austin, at Northwestern State and in the playoffs versus Sam Houston State … Caught a season-high four passes for 24 yards at South Dakota State … Also finished with a season-high 28 yards on a pair of catches in FCS quarterfinals versus New Hampshire. 2012: Team’s second leading rusher after injuries forced him into the lineup for the final six games of the year … Carried 72 times for 376 yards and three touchdowns … Also caught two passes for 10 yards … Breakout game was in Southeastern’s 42-27 victory over Stephen F. Austin … Versus the Lumberjacks, rushed for 151 yards on 20 carries and a touchdown as he and Xavier Roberson both topped 100 yards … Yardage total versus SFA was the 10th-highest single-game tally in school history … Followed that up with a 18-carry, 72-yard, two-touchdown performance at Nicholls State … Caught a pass and broke off a season-high 33-yard run at Sam Houston State … Also credited with a reception versus Northwestern State … Returned two kicks for 38 yards in collegiate debut at UAB. High School: Team captain as a senior at Miami’s Northwestern HIgh School ... coached by Billy Rolle ... helped the Bulls to a 7-3 record.

Career Stats G 2012 6 2013 14 2014 12 Totals 32

Rush Yds TD 72 376 3 134 640 8 106 413 4 312 1429 15

Lg 33 45 26 45

Rec Yds TD 2 10 0 15 97 0 7 130 1 24 237 1

Lg 7 19 73 73

Career Highs Rushes.....................................................................20, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2012) Rushing Yards.................................................... 151, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2012) Rushing Touchdowns....................................2, 3 times, last at Nicholls (2014) Long Rush........................................................45, vs. Sam Houston State (2013) Receptions..........................................................4, at South Dakota State (2013) Receiving Yards............................................................ 73, vs. Jacksonville (2014) Receiving Touchdowns................................................1, vs. Jacksonville (2014) Long Reception........................................................... 73, vs. Jacksonville (2014)

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RB • 5-10 • 195 • Sr. • 3L Miami, Fla. Northwestern HS

OL • 6-3 • 275 • Jr. • 2L Amite, La. Oak Forest Academy

Career Honors: - 2013 All-Southland Conference (Second Team) 2015: Redshirt season. 2014: Played in 12 games, making six starts … Rushed for 413 yards and four touchdowns on 106 carries … Caught seven passes for 130 yards and a touchdown … Rushed for a season-high 89 yards on 18 carries at Southeast Missouri … Scored two touchdowns in 62-3 victory at Nicholls … Also carried for scores in wins over Incarnate Word and Houston Baptist … Had 64 yards on 10 carries in 61-34 win at Lamar … In the season-opening 44-3 victory over Jacksonville, scored a 73-yard touchdown reception … Long run was a 26-yard carry in 76-7 victory over HBU … Seventh in school history with 15 career rushing touchdowns.

2015: Played in one game as a reserve tight end … Saw action at Ohio. 2014: Played in two games … Saw action in wins over Jacksonville and Houston Baptist. 2013: Redshirt season. High School: Lettered in football for coach Jason Brabham at Oak Forest Academy … helped the Yellow Jackets to a 5-6 record and berth in the South AA quarterfinals of the Mississippi Association of Independent School playoffs.

2013: Team’s top running back was named second team All-Southland Conference … Rushed 134 times for 640 yards and eight touchdowns … Also caught 15 passes for 97 yards … Eight rushing touchdowns are the eighth highest in school history … Ranked 10th in the Southland Conference with 45.7 rushing yards per game … Accumulated 119 rushing yards and a touchdown in 41-7 at McNeese State … Rushed for season-high two touchdowns and returned a kickoff for 35 yards in 56-34 win over Lamar … Also rushed for touchdowns at

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4 Career Stats UA A Total TFL PD FF kaelyn henderson G 2015 6 17 5 22 0 0 0

FR INT Yds 1 1 0

RB • 5-10 • 190 • Sr. • 1L Career Highs Tackles...............................................................................8, vs. Florida Tech (2015) Lawndale, Calif. Fumble Recoveries......................................................1, vs. Florida Tech (2015) El Camino CC/Lawndale HS Interceptions..................................................................1, vs. Florida Tech (2015) 16 jakE Ingraffia

2015: Saw action in nine games, playing on special teams and as a reserve in the secondary … Credited with 10 tackles (nine solo) … Posted four tackles in Lions’ 22-7 triumph at Houston Baptist … Notched three tackles versus Stephen F. Austin … Recorded two tackles – including one for loss – at Central Arkansas … Also had a tackle in a 28-17 victory over Florida Tech ... MOved to running back during spring practice.

WR • 5-10 • 175 • So. • 1L Loranger, La. Loranger HS

2014: Redshirt season. Prior to Southeastern: Spent two years at El Camino Community College … Prepped at Lawndale HS.

Career Stats G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR INT Yds 2015 9 9 1 10 1.0 0 0 0 0 0

2015: Saw action in 10 games as a reserve wide receiver and a key member of the special teams … Carried four times for 30 yards … Rushed three times for 18 yards – including a season-long 14-yard run – in 22-7 victory at Houston Baptist … Posted a 12-yard run versus Stephen F. Austin.

Career Highs

2014: Redshirt season.

Tackles........................................................................4, at Houston Baptist (2015) Tackles for Loss.................................................... 1, at Central Arkansas (2015)

High School: Helped Loranger to District 8-3A title as a junior, catching 10 touchdowns … Honorable mention Class 3A All-State selection as a senior … Also played baseball for the Wolves.

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TE • 6-3 • 210 • Fr. • RS Prairieville, La. St. Amant HS

Career Highs

G Rush Yds TD Lg Rec Yds TD Lg 2015 10 4 30 0 14 0 0 0 0

Rushes.........................................................................3, at Houston Baptist (2015) Rushing Yards........................................................ 18, at Houston Baptist (2015) Longest Run.......................................................... 14, at Houston Baptist (2015)

2015: Redshirt season. High School: Football and track standout at St. Amant High School.

23 will hines DB • 6-1 • 190 • Sr. • 1L Waco, Texas Arkansas/Waco HS 2015: Played in six games, making three starts … Finished with 22 tackles (17 solo), a fumble recovery and an interception … Credited with eight tackles, a fumble recovery and an interception in 28-17 win over Florida Tech … Posted four tackles in Southland games versus McNeese State, Stephen F. Austin and Houston Baptist … Also had tackles versus Central Arkansas and Northwestern State. Prior to Southeastern: Played during the 2012 and 2013 seasons at Arkansas, before redshirting in 2014 … During his time in Fayetteville, he started 15 of 19 games … Recorded 46 tackles, two interceptions, eight pass breakups, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery during his two seasons with the Razorbacks … Rated No. 32 and No. 43 by Rivals.com and Scout.com, respectively, nationally at his position coming out of Waco High School.

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QB • 6-5 • 245 • So. • 1L Desterhan, La. Utah/Destrehan HS

QB • 6-1 • 195 • Sr. • 2L Lafayette, La. Louisiana-Lafayette/Teurlings Catholic HS

2015: Played in five games, making two starts … Threw for 344 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions … Also rushed 47 times for 132 yards … Made first start at FBS member Ohio … Threw for 174 yards on 21-of-31 passing with two touchdowns … Also rushed for 65 yards on 19 carries … Rushed for 55 yards on 13 carries in 28-17 win over Florida Tech … Saw action versus McNeese State, Central Arkansas and Incarnate Word.

2015: Stepped up as Southeastern’s starting quarterback … Completed 93 of 185 passes for 1,228 yards, seven touchdowns and four interceptions … Also rushed for 189 yards and a team-high four touchdowns … Rushed for 125 yards – including a career-long 81-yard touchdown – in a 34-20 season-opening victory at Northwestern State … Threw for a season-high 283 yards and a touchdown, while also rushing for two scores in a 30-27 victory over Lamar … Threw for two touchdowns and 201 yards versus Stephen F. Austin … Also tossed two touchdowns in season finale versus Nicholls … Passed for a touchdown and rushed for another at Abilene Christian … Threw for 167 yards and a touchdown in a 22-7 win at Houston Baptist.

Prior to Southeastern: Signed with Utah out of Destrehan High School … Redshirted in 2014 … All-State, All-Metro and District 7-5A Offensive MVP as a senior at DHS … Threw for 2,600 yards and 33 touchdown in final high school season.

Career Stats G Att-Cmp-Int 2014 5 61-34-2

Yds TD Rush Yds TD 344 2 47 132 0

Career Highs Passing Yards........................................................................... 174, at Ohio (2015) Completions..............................................................................21, at Ohio (2015) Attempts.....................................................................................31, at Ohio (2015) Long Pass..............................................................47, at Central Arkansas (2015) Passing Touchdowns................................................................. 2, at Ohio (2015) Inteceptions........................................1, twice, last at Central Arkansas (2015) Rushes...........................................................................................19, at Ohio (2015) Rushing Yards.............................................................................65, at Ohio (2015) Long Run.....................................................................................28, at Ohio (2015)

2014: Saw action in seven games as a reserve quarterback … Completed five of eight passes for 151 yards … Rushed 21 times for 141 yards and three touchdowns … Saw most action in 76-7 victory over Houston Baptist … In the win over HBU, rushed for 71 yards and two touchdowns, while also going 2-for-2 for 85 yards passing … Rushed for 37 yards and a touchdown on five carries, while also completing a 46-yard pass in 62-3 win at Nicholls … Also saw action versus Jacksonville, Southeast Missouri, Incarnate Word, McNeese State and Sam Houston State. Prior to Southeastern: Spent two seasons at Louisiana-Lafayette … Saw action in three games in 2013 after redshirting in 2012. High School: State Offensive MVP as a senior at Teurlings Catholic High School … Ranked No. 40 dual-threat quarterback recruit in the nation … Ranked three-star prospect by both Rivals.com and ESPN.com … Received Rotary Club academic award … Grandfather, Ernie Wheelwright, was a football standout at Southern Illinois and went on to play in the NFL (1964-70).

11 Career Stats J.T. Jackson G Att-Cmp-Int 2014 7 8-5-1 2015 9 185-93-4 Totals 16 193-98-5

Yds TD 151 0 1228 7 1379 7

Rush Yds TD 21 141 3 62 189 4 83 330 7

QB • 6-4 • 205 • Fr. • RS Monroe, La. Career Highs Neville HS Passing Yards.........................................................................283, vs. Lamar (2015) 2015: Redshirt season. High School: Helped Neville High School to state title as a senior in his first season as starting quarterback … Threw for 155 yards and two touchdowns in 28-27 win over Warren Easton in state title game … Second Team All-District 2-4A selection … Coached at NHS by Mickey McCarthy.

Completions....................................................................... 19, vs. Nicholls (2015) Attempts.............................................................................. 38, vs. Nicholls (2015) Long Pass..............................................................76, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2015) Passing Touchdowns....................................... 2, twice, last vs. Nicholls (2015) Inteceptions....................................................1, 5 times, last vs. Nicholls (2015) Rushes.............................................................. 11, vs. Northwestern State (2015) Rushing Yards..............................................125, vs. Northwestern State (2015) Rushing Touchdowns............................................................. 2, vs. Lamar (2015) Long Run........................................................ 81, vs. Northwestern State (2015)

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32 Demareyeh lane

46 Ja’Hmal Macklin

DB • 5-10 • 191 • Jr. • 1L Oakland, Calif. Laney College/Castro Valley HS

LB • 6-3 • 210 • So. • 1L Jonesville, La. Block HS

Career Honors: - 2015 Southland Conference Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 14) - 2015 Louisiana Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 14)

2015: Played in 10 games as a reserve linebacker and special teams contributor … Credited with two tackles in 28-17 victory over Florida Tech … Had a sack in collegiate debut at Northwestern State in a 34-20 Southeastern win … Also posted a tackle at Ohio.

2015: Played in all 11 games as a key special teams performer and reserve linebacker … Finished the season with eight tackles (six solo) … Named Southland Conference and Louisiana Defensive Player of the Week after performance in 28-17 win at Florida Tech … Finished with two interceptions – including one returned for a touchdown – and six tackles in the victory over the Panthers … Also made tackles at Northwestern State and McNeese State.

2014: Redshirt season.

Prior to Southeastern: Spent his freshman season at Laney College … Finished with 40 tackles, one interception, one fumble return for a touchdown and a sack … Standout running back and linebacker for Castro Valley High School … Also was a wing on the basketball team.

Career Stats G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR INT Yds 2015 11 6 2 8 1 2 0 0 2 63

Career Highs

High School: Two-star recruit by Rivals.com … Played on East team in the LHSAA All-Star Game following his senior season … Recorded 60 total tackles and 10 sacks as a senior on the way to first team All-State honors … Earned all-state accolades as a junior … Finished his career at Block with 159 total tackles, 47 tackles for loss and 28.5 sacks … All-District forward for the BHS basketball team.

Career Stats G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR INT Yds 2015 10 3 1 4 1 2 0 0 0 0

Career Highs Tackles...............................................................................2, vs. Florida Tech (2015) Tackles for Loss.............................................. 1, at Northwestern State (2015) Pass Breakups....................................1, twice, last at Abilene Christian (2015)

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Tackles...............................................................................6, vs. Florida Tech (2015) Tackles for Loss.............................................................1, vs. Florida Tech (2015) Interceptions..................................................................2, vs. Florida Tech (2015) Pass Breakups................................................................2, vs. Florida Tech (2015)

RB • 6-0 • 215 • So. • 1L Plaquemine, La. Plaquemine HS

87 Pete Lebeouf TE • 6-2 • 250 • Fr. • RS Bourg, La. South Terrebone HS 2015: Redshirt season … Expected to move to tight end for 2016. Prior to Southeastern: Three-year starter on the defensive line at South Terrebonne High School … Also was standout performer on the school’s tennis and powerlifting teams.

30 Milan Love DB • 6-1 • 185 • Fr. • RS Springfield, La.. Springfield HS 2015: Redshirt season. Prior to Southeastern: Prepped at Springfield High School … Named honorable mention Class 2A All-State as a senior.

2015: Led Southeastern with 590 rushing yards on 102 carries … Scored three touchdowns … Debuted with a 12-carry, 120-yard performance in a 34-20 league victory at Northwestern State … Had a season-long 74-yard run at Central Arkansas, finishing with 118 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries versus the Bears … Closed the season with season-high 121 yards on 21 carries versus Nicholls … Rushed for 81 yards and a touchdown versus Stephen F. Austin … Also had a touchdown in 22-7 Southland win at Houston Baptist. 2014: Redshirt season. High School: Rushed 315 times for 2,230 yards and 29 touchdowns as a senior ... All-Baton Rouge Area Large Schools Offensive Player of the Year ... Class 4A All-State selection ... Helped PHS to state quarterfinals ... Also added 310 yards receiving and two receiving touchdowns for the Green Devils.

Career Stats G Rush Yds TD Lg Rec Yds TD Lg 2015 9 102 590 3 74 4 31 0 15

Career Highs Rushes.................................................................................... 21, vs. Nicholls (2015) Rushing Yards.................................................................... 121, vs. Nicholls (2015) Rushing Touchdowns................... 1, 3 times, last at Central Arkansas (2015) Long Rush.............................................................74, at Central Arkansas (2015) Receptions.......................................................1, 4 times, last vs. Nicholls (2015) Receiving Yards.....................................................15, vs. Incarnate Word (2015) Long Reception....................................................15, vs. Incarnate Word (2015)

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football 97 Javari Nichols

OL • 6-2 • 285 • Fr. • RS Independence, La. Independence HS

DL • 6-3 • 320 • Sr. • 3L Kentwood, La. Kentwood HS

Prior to Southeastern: Played on both lines at Independence High School … Multi-time All-State and All-District performer on the defensive line … Slated to play in the interior of the offensive line for the Lions.

2015: Played in 10 games on the defensive line … Made four starts … Finished the season with 19 tackles (12 solo) … Made four tackles and a tackle for loss in a 30-27 victory over Southland Conference foe Lamar … Also had four tackles at McNeese … Credited with three tackles at Central Arkansas … Posted two stops versus Florida Tech, Ohio and Houston Baptist.

2015: Redshirt season.

77 Kristian Megowan OL • 6-4 • 280 • Sr. • 1L Thousand Oaks, Calif. College of the Canyons/Moorpark HS 2015: Played in 10 games along the offensive line … Took over as the starting left tackle midway through the season … Started season’s final six games. Prior to Southeastern: Played two seasons at College of the Canyons … Played for three years at Moorpark High School…named first-team all-league and second-team all-Ventura County.

48 Anthony Murphy DL • 6-4 • 260 • Sr. • 1L Compton, Calif. LA Southwest CC/Centennial HS

2014: Played in 11 games as a reserve defensive lineman … Made 14 tackles (seven solo) and two tackles for loss … Credited with a season-high four tackles in 62-3 win at Nicholls … Recorded three tackles – including one for loss – and blocked a kick in 30-22 victory over Northwestern State … Made two stops versus Central Arkansas and Stephen F. Austin … Credited with a tackle for loss in 76-7 win over Houston Baptist … Also made stops versus Incarnate Word and McNeese State. 2013: Saw more action than any other true freshman on the roster, playing in 13 games … Finished the season with 12 tackles (seven solo) … Credited with a sack in season-opening 45-7 victory over Southeast Missouri … Made two tackles in wins over Central Arkansas and Sam Houston State (regular season) … Recorded a tackle for loss in 30-29 playoff victory over Sam Houston State … Blocked a kick in FCS quarterfinal versus New Hampshire … Also credited with tackles versus South Dakota State, Incarnate Word, Stephen F. Austin, Northwestern State, Lamar and Nicholls State. High School: A two-time, first-team Class 1A All-State selection at Kentwood High School … named the District 7-1A Defensive MVP … recorded 48 tackles as a senior for the ‘Roos on defense while being named All-State on offense … helped KHS to an 11-2 record and a berth in the state semifinals in 2012 … coached by David Currier … Cousin, Rudy Johnson, played linebacker for the Lions from 2003-05.

Career Stats

G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR INT 2013 13 5 7 12 2 0 0 0 0 2014 11 7 7 14 2 0 0 0 0 2015 10 12 7 19 1.5 0 0 0 0 Totals 34 24 21 45 5.5 0 0 0 0

Career Highs

2015: Redshirt season. 2014: Saw action in all 13 games as a reserve defensive lineman … Credited with 11 tackles (four solo), two tackles for loss and a fumble recovery … Made three tackles and a tackle for loss at Stephen F. Austin … Recorded two tackles and a tackle for loss in 63-7 victory at Incarnate Word … Recovered a fumble in a 41-24 win over Central Arkansas … Also made tackles versus Jacksonville, Lamar, Houston Baptist, Nicholls and Sam Houston State.

Tackles............................................................. 4, 3 times, last at McNeese (2015) Tackles for Loss................................................ 1, 5 times, last vs. Lamar (2015) Sacks......................................................................1, vs. Southeast Missouri (2013)

Prior to Southeastern: Played two seasons at LA Southwest College ... Posted 43 tackles and six sacks as a sophomore ... Prepped at Centennial High School.

Career Stats G 2014 13

UA A Total TFL PD FF FR INT 4 7 11 2 0 0 1 0

Career Highs Tackles.......................................................................3, at Stephen F. Austin (2014) Tackles for Loss................................. 1, twice, last at Stephen F. Austin (2014) Fumble Recoveries.............................................1, vs. Stephen F. Ausitn (2014)

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82 Joe Pack

70 Chris Phillips

WR • 6-1 • 180 • Jr. • TR Slidell, La. Jones County JC/Salmen HS

OL • 6-5 • 350 • Jr. • TR Olive Branch, Miss. Northwest Miss. CC/Olive Branch HS

Prior to Southeastern: Caught 29 passes for 344 yards as a freshman at Jones County Junior College … Was a standout performer at Salmen High School in both football and track and field.

Prior to Southeastern: Started all 12 games on the offensive line for a Northwest Mississippi Community College team that won the NJCAA National Championship … Started eight games as a freshman … Highly recruited out of Olive Branch High School … Could play both tackle and guard for the Lions.

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81 Ryan Ramirez

DL • 6-0 • 290 • Sr. • 1L Stone Mountain, Ga. Ga. Military Institute/Stone Mountain HS 2015: Played in all 11 games as a defensive end, making three starts … Finished with 22 tackles (18 solo) … Effective pass rusher had five tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks … Returned a fumble for a seven-yard touchdown in a 28-17 victory over Florida Tech … Credited with 1.5 sacks at FBS foe Ohio … Also had a sack in a 34-20 Southland Conference win at Northwestern State … Posted a season-high four tackles at McNeese … Recorded tackles for loss versus Lamar, Stephen F. Austin and Houston Baptist. Prior to Southeastern: Posted 19 tackles and a sack last season at Georgia Military Institute … recorded a sack and a fumble recovery as a freshman … Three-year starter at Stone Mountain High School … All-Region selection as a senior.

Career Stats G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR INT Yds 2015 11 18 4 22 5 0 0 1 0 0

Career Highs Tackles.................................................................................... 4, at McNeese (2015) Tackles for Loss...............................1, 5 times, last at Houston Baptist (2015) Fumble Recoveries......................................................1, vs. Florida Tech (2015)

TE • 6-5 • 250 • Sr. • 1L Pomona, Calif. Riverside City College/Bonita HS 2015: Played in 10 games … Lone start at tight end came in season finale versus Nicholls … Caught two passes for 20 yards versus the Colonels. Prior to Southeastern: Caught six passes for 82 yards and a touchdown last season at Riverside City College ... Hacienda All-League defensive lineman at Bonita High School … Also an All-Area selection on the BHS basketball team.

Career Stats G Rec Y ds TD Lg 2015 10 2 20 0 14

Career Highs Receptions..............................................................................2, vs. Nicholls (2015) Receiving Yards.................................................................. 20, vs. Nicholls (2015) Longest Reception........................................................... 14, vs. Nicholls (2015)

86 Kaylan Richardson WR • 6-0 • 180 • Jr. • 1L Hammond, La. UL-Lafayette/St. Thomas Aquinas HS 2015: Played in five games, primarily on special teams. Prior to Southeastern: Multi-sport student-athlete at St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Hammond … Standout on the football, basketball and track teams at STA.

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football 68 Travis Romero

FB • 6-0 • 245 • Sr. • 3L Amite, La. Amite HS

OL • 6-3 • 320 • Jr. • 2L Manvel, Texas Manvel HS

2015: Redshirt season. 2014: Played in all 13 games, making three starts at fullback … Finished with four receptions for 32 yards … Caught two passes for 17 yards in 41-14 victory over Southern Utah … Caught passes in wins over Jacksonville and Southern Utah. 2013: Saw action in 13 games … Caught three passes for 39 yards and a touchdown … Grabbed a 12-yard touchdown pass in 41-7 victory at McNeese State … Posted a season-long 18-yard reception in 52-27 victory over Nicholls State … Made a nine-yard catch in 56-34 Homecoming win over Lamar … Returned a kickoff victory at Central Arkansas in Lions’ 58-31 triumph. 2012: Played in 10 games on the season … Made lone start in 31-21 win at Lamar … Credited with a 14-yard kickoff return versus Central Arkansas.

Career Honors: - 2015 All-Southland Conference (Honorable Mention) 2015: Earned All-Southland Conference honors after starting all 11 games at right guard … Expected to move to center in 2016. 2014: Redshirt season. 2013: Saw action as a reserve offensive lineman in seven games. High School: All-State and All-District 22-5A performer at Manvel High School … ranked among Houston’s Top 100 Prospects by Vype Magazine … All-Greater Houston Area selection … Credited with 124 pancake blocks as a senior … Older brother, Taylor, was an offensive lineman for SLU from 201215.

High School: Named the LSWA Class 3A Outstanding Defensive Player and first team all-state linebacker following the 2011 season … helped Amite to a 12-2 record and a Class 3A state runner-up finish … a three-star prospect by Rivals.com … ranked the No. 21 prospect in the state of Louisiana … a three-time Class 3A All-State selection and three-time All-District 7-3A selection for the Warriors … tallied over 400 tackles in his four-year career at AHS ... coached by Alden Foster ... also competed in track ... Mother, Shirley, played basketball at Alcorn State.

29 Courtney Rutledge DB • 6-0 • 180 • Jr. • 2L Slidell, La. Slidell HS

Career Stats G 2012 10 2013 13 2014 13 Totals 36

Rush Yds TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

Lg 0 0 0 0

Rec Yds TD 0 0 0 3 39 1 4 32 0 7 71 1

Lg 0 18 17 18

Career Highs Rushes........................................................................................... 1, at Lamar (2014) Receptions................................................................. 2, vs. Southern Utah (2014) Receiving Yards........................................................18, vs. Nicholls State (2013) Long Reception.......................................................18, vs. Nicholls State (2013) Receiving Touchdowns.........................................1, vs. McNeese State (2013)

2015: Saw action in all 11 games … Key member of the special teams units … Finished the season with six tackles (all solo) … Credited with five tackles versus Stephen F. Austin … Also made a tackle in season finale versus Nicholls. 2014: Played in eight games, primarily on special teams … Credited with a tackle in 61-34 Southland Conference victory at Lamar. 2013: Redshirt season. High School: Finished with 38 total tackles (25 solo) and two tackles for loss as a senior at Slidell High School under head coach Artie Liuzza … Also posted nine pass breakups, two interceptions and one fumble recovery during the 2012 season … was a member of the SHS track team.

Career Stats G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR 2014 8 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2015 11 5 1 6 0 0 0 0 Totals 19 5 2 7 0 0 0 0

Career Highs Tackles......................................................................5, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2015)

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45 Career Stats G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR INT Thomas Shepard 2014 13 15 6 21 0 4 0 0 2 2015 11 15 3 18 Totals 24 30 9 39

7 1 1 0 0 7 5 1 0 2

LB • 6-0 • 190 • Fr. • RS Ponchatoula, La. Career Highs ................................................................................... 6, at McNeese (2015) Ponchatoula HS Tackles. Tackles for Loss.................................................................. 3, at McNeese (2015)

Interceptions...................................................... 1, twice, last at Nicholls (2014) Forced Fumbles............................................................1, vs. Florida Tech (2015) Passes Defended.....................................................2, vs. McNeese State (2014)

2015: Redshirt season. Prior to Southeastern: Standout defensive back at Ponchatoula High School … Also was a member of the Green Wave basketball team.

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34 Jordan Showalter FB • 5-10 • 270 • Jr. • SQ New Orleans, La. Holy Cross HS 2015: Did not see action. 2014: Did not see action.

WR • 6-1 • 200 • Sr. • 1L Baltimore, Md. Hartnell Coll./Baltimore City College HS 2015: Played in all 11 games, earning one start at wide receiver … Caught six passes for 55 yards and a touchdown … Also rushed six times for 21 yards … Pulled in a 10-yard touchdown in 22-7 Southland Conference road victory at Houston Baptist … Finished with two catches against both Abilene Christian and Nicholls … Recorded a 10-yard run in 28-17 win over Florida Tech. 2014: Redshirt season.

2013: Redshirt season. High School: All-Metro and All-District selection at Holy Cross High School … Claimed the Sugar Bowl Foundation and Chris Waddel Awards … Also was the MVP of the wrestling team and competed on the track and field team … National Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and student government were among extra-curricular activities … Father, Dennis, played football at Tulane.

2 Ryan Sigers DB • 6-0 • 185 • Jr. • 2L Katy, Texas Seven Lakes HS

Prior to Southeastern: Spent previous two seasons at Hartdell College … All-Conference selection after recording 56 catches for 791 yards and three touchdowns as a sophomore … Caught 28 passes for 412 yards and four touchdowns as a freshman for the Panthers … Was a running back in high school at Baltimore City College High School … Rushed for 855 yards and 12 touchdowns as a junior, while also intercepting three passes as a safety ... Served as co-captain as a senior, finishing with 414 yards and three touchdowns.

Career Stats G Rec Y ds TD Lg 2015 11 6 55 1 13

Career Highs Receptions.......................................................... 2, twice, last vs. Nicholls (2015) Receiving Yards...................................................21, at Abilene Christian (2015) Longest Reception............................................13, at Abilene Christian (2015) Receiving Touchdowns........................................1, at Houston Baptist (2015)

2015: Played in 11 games, making one start … Posted 18 tackles (15 solo), seven tackles for loss and three sacks … Finished with a season-high six tackles, three tackles for loss, a sack and a pass breakup at McNeese … Credited with a sack and a forced fumble in a 28-17 win over Florida Tech … Also recorded a sack in 34-20 Southland Conference victory at Northwestern State. 2014: Key member of the secondary played in all 13 games, making one start … Credited with 21 tackles (15 solo) and two interceptions … Intercepted passes in Southland Conference wins over Incarnate Word and Nicholls … Credited with four tackles versus both Southeast Missouri and Sam Houston State … Made three stops and broke up two passes in 28-9 victory over No. 11 McNeese State … Broke up passes versus Jacksonville and Stephen F. Austin. 2013: Redshirt season. High School: Two-star recruit by Rivals … a second team All-District 19-5A selection as a senior at Katy’s Seven Lakes High School … ranked in the top 20 in District 19-5A by Houston’s Vype Magazine.

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football 90 Jon Taylor

DB • 6-1 • 185 • Fr. • HS Southaven, Miss. DeSoto Central HS

DL • 6-6 • 340 • Jr. • TR Millen, Ga. Copiah-Lincoln CC/Jenkins County HS

Prior to Southeastern: Multi-sport performer at DeSoto Central High School ... Excels on the baseball diamond and basketball court in addition to the gridiron ... Played on the North in the Mississippi Association of Coaches Bernard Blackwell All-Star Game.

Prior to Southeastern: Four-star prospect out of Copiah-Lincoln Community College … Ranked No. 4 junior college defensive lineman by 247Sports.com … Finished with 40 tackles, 11 tackles for loss and 4.5 sacks as a sophomore at Co-Lin … As a redshirt freshman at Georgia, played in 10 games … Recorded nine tackles, a sack and 1.5 tackles for loss for the Bulldogs … All-State, SuperPrep All-America and All-Dixie performer at Jenkins County High School … Received a consensus four-star prospect out of JCHS … Member of the ESPNU 150 … Played in Under Armour All-American Game.

2015: Redshirt season.

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21 Brayleon Thorns

LB • 6-0 • 245 • Jr. • TR Lexana, Kan. Hutchinson CC/Shawnee Mission West HS

DB • 5-11 • 185 • Jr. • TR Garland, Texas Navarro College/South Garland HS

Prior to Southeastern: Led Hutchinson Community College and ranked ninth in the conference with 7.5 sacks as a sophomore … Also recorded 43 tackles in 2015 … Credited with 16 tackles, 7.5 tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks as a freshman at Hutchinson CC … Named first team All-Sunflower League as a senior at Shawnee Mission West High School … Also earned All-Sunflower League honors in the discus for the SMWHS track and field team.

Prior to Southeastern: Honorable mention All-Southwest Junior College Football Conference selection at Navarro College … Recorded 88 tackles, eight tackles for loss, two interceptions and eight pass breakups as a sophomore … All-District performer at South Garland High School.

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1 Javon Tillman

K • 5-9 • 190 • So. • 1L Alexandria, La. Menard HS

DB • 6-2 • 180 • Jr. • RS Oakland, Calif. Sierra College/San Leandro HS

2015: Earned spot as starting place-kicker … 6-for-11 on field goal attempts … Connected on 23-of-28 field goal attempts … Scored 41 points … Fifth in the Southland among kickers in scoring … Was 3-for-3 on field goals – including a season-long 40-yarder – at Central Arkansas … Also connected on field goals versus Lamar, Abilene Christian and Nicholls. 2014: Redshirt season.

2015: Redshirt season. Prior to Southeastern: Led conference with three interceptions as a sophomore at Sierra College … Added 56 tackles, three sacks and two interception returns for touchdowns … As a freshman, intercepted three passes to go with 47 tackles, a forced fumble and 3.5 tackles for loss … Prepped at San Leandro High School … Also was a sprinter on the SLHS track and field team.

Prior to Southeastern: Came to Hammond from Atlanta Sports Academy … Kicked at Menard High School.

Career Stats G FGA FGM Lg PAT Pts 2015 10 6 11 40 23 41

Career Highs Field Goals Made................................................. 3, at Central Arkansas (2015) Field Goals Attempted..................................... 3, at Central Arkansas (2015) Long Field Goal.............................. 40, twice, last at Central Arkansas (2015) PAT’s Made......................................................................4, vs. Florida Tech (2015) PAT’s Attempted.......................... 4, 3 times, last vs. Stephen F. Austin (2015) Points......................................................................10, at Central Arkansas (2015)

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95 Kurrell Vaughn

12 Jacob Williams

DL • 6-3 • 270 • Fr. • RS Shreveport, La. Calvary Baptist Academy

QB • 6-2 • 175 • Fr. • HS Baton Rouge, La. Christian Life Academy

2015: Redshirt season. High School: Helped Calvary Baptist to consecutive Class 2A state championships … Class 2A All-State selection as a senior … First team District 1-2A selection in 2014 … Anchor of the team’s defensive line.

Prior to Southeastern: Prepped at Christian Life Academy in Baton Rouge … Standout on the football and baseball teams.

4 Jeff Williams II

59 Michael Vick OL • 6-0 • 290 • Jr. • 2L Baton Rouge, La. Broadmoor HS 2015: Saw action in six games as a reserve offensive lineman. 2014: Played in two games as a reserve offensive lineman … Saw action in victories over Jacksonville and Houston Baptist.

DB • 6-0 • 200 • Jr. • TR Baton Rouge, La. Sierra College/St. Amant HS Prior to Southeastern: Posted 57 tackles, two tackles for loss, one interception and seven pass breakups as a sophomore at Sierra College … Recorded 54 tackles and two pass breakups as a freshman … Prepped at St. Amant High School … Junior college teammate of current Lion defensive back Javon Tillman … Expected to play safety for the Lions.

8 Latrone Williams

2013: Redshirt season. High School: Four-year offensive line starter and multi-time All-District selection at Baton Rouge’s Broadmoor High School ... coached by Southeastern Hall of Famer Rusty Price ... also competed in the throws for the BHS track and field team.

47 Ivy Wall P • 6-0 • 155 • Fr. • RS Amite, La. Oak Forest Academy

DB • 5-9 • 185 • Fr. • RS Denham Springs, La. St. Helena Central HS 2015: Redshirt season. High School: Split time between wide receiver and defensive back at St. Helena Central High School … All-District performer at wide receiver … Also plays guard on the SHCHS basketball team.

2015: Redshirt season. High School: Handled kicking and punting duties for the AAA Academy Division II state champions … Second Team All-MAIS selection … Two-star recruit by 247Sports.com.

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DL • 6-2 • 290 • Sr. • 1L Riverside, Calif. Citrus College/Jurupa Valley HS 2015: Played in nine games as a reserve defensive lineman … Made eight tackles (seven solo) … Recorded three tackles versus Nicholls … Credited with two tackles at Ohio … Finished with a stop versus Stephen F. Austin, Houston Baptist and Incarnate Word.

2013 2014 2015 Totals

2 0 7 3 11 12 24 22

1 1 0 6 9 0 12 24 3.5 20 42 3.5

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

Career Highs

Tackles.................................................................................... 6, at McNeese (2015) Tackles For Loss............................................1, 3 times, last vs. Nicholls (2015)

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Prior to Southeastern: Two-time SFCA All-Conference selection at Citrus College … Last season, finished with 42 tackles and three tackles for loss … All-River Valley selection on both the offensive and defensive lines at Jurupa Valley High School.

91 ISaac Adeyemi-Berglund

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LB • 6-2 • 225 • Fr. • HS Dartmouth, Nova Scotia Champlain-Lennoxville College/Dartmouth HS

G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR INT Yds 2015 9 7 1 8 0 0 0 0 0 0

Career Highs Tackles......................................................................................3, vs. Nicholls (2015)

Spent the 2015 season with the Champlain-Lennoxville Cougars … Helped his team win the Bol D’Or Championship … Prepped at Dartmouth High School … First team Nova Scotia All-Star at both linebacker and defensive end … Spartans’ Defensive Player of the Year and Most Valuable Player.

43 Caleb Young 71 Alfred Beverly LB • 6-3 • 235 • Sr. • 3L Houston, Texas OL • 6-4 • 330 • Fr. • HS North Shore HS Beaumont, Texas West Brook HS 2015: Participated in all 11 games, making three starts … Finished with 24 tackles (12 solo) and 3.5 tackles for loss … Finished with season-high six tackles at McNeese … Had tackles for loss versus Central Arkansas, Incarnate Word and Nicholls … Credited with multiple tackles in eight games.

Ranked a two-star recruit by Scout.com and Rivals.com … Prepped at West Brook High School … Listed among the top 40 recruits in Southeast Texas by Beaumont Enterprise.

2014: Played in seven games as a reserve linebacker … Credited with nine tackles (three solo) … Finished with three tackles in wins over Southern Utah and Houston Baptist … Made two tackles in 44-3 win over Jacksonville … Also credited with a stop at Lamar … SLU was 7-0 in games he appeared in.

15 Dillon Burkhard

2013: Saw action in two games … Played versus Southeast Missouri and South Dakota State … Credited with a tackle at South Dakota State … Granted a medical redshirt. 2012: Worked his way into the lineup in the latter half of the season … Played in four games total, making eight tackles (seven solo) and a sack … Made three stops and a sack in a 27-22 win over Northwestern State … Also credited with three tackles at Sam Houston State … Also made stops versus Central Arkansas and at Nicholls State. High School: A two-time All-District 21-5A selection at North Shore High School … helped lead the Mustangs to an 8-4 record in 2011 … named a team captain ... earned the team’s Best Defensive Lineman Award ... was part of a Mustang squad that posted an 11-2 record in 2010 … named to the 2011 Region 3 Super List by 5ATexasFootball.com.

K • 5-9 • 165 • Jr. • TR Dodge City, Kan. Dodge City CC/Dodge City HS First team NJCAA All-American and All-Jayhawk Conference place-kicker at Dodge City Community College … Connected on 11-of-15 field goal attempts and 48-of-50 extra point attempts … His season-long 54-yard field goal was the second-longest made in the NJCAA in 2015 … Was 6-for-9 on field goal attempts with a long of 55 yards as a freshman.

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57 Ron Cherry

93 Marcus Flavors

DL • 6-3 • 275 • Fr. • HS Lake Charles, La. Washington-Marion HS

DL • 6-1 • 290 • Fr. • HS Crestview, Fla. Crestview HS

Prepped at Washington-Marion High School … Two-star recruit by Rivals.com and 247sports.com … Finished with 89 tackles, 10 sacks and two forced fumbles over his final two high school seasons … Also plays power forward for the WMHS basketball team.

Two-sport athlete at Crestview High School in Florida … Plays both defensive line and fullback for the CHS football team … Athletic big man also played center for the school’s basketball team.

96 Chauncey Davis DL • 6-7 • 250 • Jr. • TR Oakland, Calif. Chabot CC/San Leandro HS Finished with 25 tackles and 4.5 sacks in his two seasons at Chabot College … Standout performer at San Leandro High School.

3 Darius Durall RB • 5-9 • 184 • Jr. • TR Houston, Texas SMU/South Houston HS Played two seasons at SMU … Played in four games as a sophomore … Rushed four times for 24 yards … Caught three passes for 14 yards … As a freshman, he appeared in five games … Returned four kickoffs for 63 yards … All-District performer at South Houston High School … Rushed for 814 yards and 14 touchdowns … Two-star recruit by ESPN.com, Scout.com and Rivals.com.

14 Mayori Ellison DB • 6-4 • 180 • Jr. • TR Hayward, Calif. Chabot College/Hayward HS Earned first team All-California Region 1 honors as a sophomore at Chabot College … Finished with 35 tackles and six interceptions in 2015 … Played wide receiver and defensive back at Hayward High School.

25 Abraham Freeman LB • 6-2 • 225 • Jr. • TR Telfair, Ga. Iowa Western CC/Telfair County HS Posted 34 tackles and 11.5 sacks as a sophomore at Iowa Western Community College … Earned first team All-Iowa Community College Athletic Conference honors in 2015 … Talented two-way player at Telfair County High School in Georgia … Was named the GHSA 2-A All-Region Player of the Year as a senior and also earned first team All-Region honors as a fullback.

69 ANthony Freeman LS • 6-2 • 200 • So. • TR Ocean Springs, Miss. Pearl River CC/St. Martin HS Spent freshman season at Pearl River Community College … Prepped at St. Martin High School.

99 Greg Hardaway DL • 6-1 • 300 • Jr. • TR San Antonio, Texas Cisco College/Wagner HS 2015 SWJCFC All-Conference selection at Cisco College … Finished with 17 tackles, two sacks and seven tackles for loss as a sophomore … All-District 235A offensive lineman at Wagner High School in San Antonio as a senior.

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54 JAck Lechman

FB • 6-0 • 215 • Fr. • HS Edmond, Okla. Edmond Santa Fe HS

LB • 6-1 • 221 • Fr. • HS Mansfield, Texas Mansfield Ridge HS

Standout performer at Edmond Santa Fe High School … Played linebacker at ESFHS, recording 37 tackles and four sacks … Expected to play fullback for the Lions … Shares a high school alma mater with SLU defensive line coach/recruiting coordinator Brandon Lacy.

All-State selection as a senior at Mansfield Lake Ridge High School … Recorded 160 tackles (94 solo), five sacks and three fumble recoveries … Outstanding student was first team Academic All-State selection in 2015 …. Two-time AllDistrict 14-5A honoree.

10 Jake Jiannoni

9 Kijuan Lee

LB • 5-10 • 215 • Jr. • TR Palm Springs, Calif. Golden West College/La Quinta HS

DB • 5-10 • 180 • Fr. • HS Kentwood, La. Jewel Sumner HS

Finished with 81 tackles, 9.5 tackles for loss, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and 1.5 sacks as a sophomore at Golden West College … Played both fullback and linebacker at La Quinta College.

Three-sport athlete at Jewel Sumner High School … Claimed honorable mention Class 3A All-State accolades as a senior … Named first team All-District each of his final two seasons … Also was a member of the Jewel Sumner basketball and track and field teams.

20 Darren Johnson RB • 5-9 • 182 • Jr. • TR Long Beach, Calif. Long Beach CC/Cabrillo HS

26 Jonathan Lyles DB • 6-0 • 180 • Jr. • TR La Verne, Calif. Riverside CC/Damien HS

First Team All-Central League selection at Long Beach Community College … Rushed for 1,234 yards and seven touchdowns as a sophomore … Also caught 32 passes and two touchdowns … Accumulated 1,674 yards and 12 touchdowns in two years at LBCC …. Prepped at Cabrillo High School.

75 Jermaine Jones OL • 6-2 • 345 • Jr. • TR Greenwood, Miss. Northwest Mississippi CC/Leflore County HS Started all 12 games at left guard for Northwest Mississippi Community College and helped his team to the 2015 NJCAA National Championship … First team MACJC All-State selection … Started six games at left guard as a freshman … Offensive line teammate of SLU December signee Chris Phillips ... Three-time All-Commonwealth and first team all-district performer at Leflore County High School.

Finished with 65 tackles, an interception, a fumble recovery, a forced fumble and six pass breakups as a sophomore at Riverside Community College … Spent freshman season at Northern Arizona … Played in 11 games, primarily on special teams … Played in So Cal All-Star Game after standout career at Damien High School.

6 Dejion Lynch DB • 6-0 • 190 • So. • TR Los Angeles, Calif. Pierce College/Hamilton HS Played at Pierce College as a freshman …. Finished with 28 tackles and returned an interception for a touchdown … Prepped at Hamilton High School.

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7 Torrance Mosley

66 Paxton Sims

DB • 5-10 • 160 • Jr. • TR Dutchtown, La. TCU/Dutchtown HS

OL • 6-2 • 290 • Jr. • TR Ackerman, Miss. Copiah-Lincoln CC/Choctaw County HS

Two-year letter winner at TCU … Started three of the seven games he played in as a sophomore … Finished with 21 tackles (15 solo) and three pass breakups … Recorded five tackles at Oklahoma … Posted four tackles and a pass breakup at Oklahoma State … Credited with three stops and two pass breakups versus Kansas … Played in five games as a freshman, mostly on special teams … Made two tackles versus Minnesota … Three-star recruit coming out of Dutchtown High School … Played running back and defensive back at DHS … Ran for 912 yards and 11 touchdowns on the way to earning all-district honors.

Two-year letter winner at Copiah-Lincoln Community College … Excelled both on and off the field, earning NJCAA Academic Student-Athlete Award … Class 6A All-State selection as a senior at Choctaw County High School.

30 Jim Speights P • 6-0 • 225 • Jr. • TR Brandon, Miss. Northwest Mississippi CC/Brandon HS

6 Jacq’co Price

Two-time All-MACJC punter at Northwest Mississippi Community College … Helped team to national championship as a sophomore … Averaged 41.1 yards per punt as a sophomore … Also made 17-of-24 field goal attempts … Second team All-MACJC selection as a freshman … All-State and All-Metro performer at Brandon High School … Was rated the No. 3 punter at the Ray Guy Kicking Academy as a senior … Averaged 43.7 yards per punt as a senior at BHS.

WR • 6-2 • 175 • Fr. • HS Crowley, La. Crowley HS Rated a two-star recruit by Scout.com and three-star prospect by 247sports. com … Ranked No. 39 in the Nifty Fifty – the Times-Picayune’s list of the top 50 recruits in the state of Louisiana … Earned Class 4A All-State honors as a senior … Finished 2015 with 44 catches, 879 yards and four touchdowns … Named All-District 3-4A as a junior and senior … Caught 30 passes for 434 yards and four touchdowns while also returning a kickoff for a touchdown as a junior … Also a standout on the Crowley HS track and field team.

88 Bransen Schwebel TE • 6-5 • 230 • Fr. • HS Amite, La. Oak Forest Academy

18 Sione Teuhema LB • 6-4 • 260 • Jr. • TR Keller, Texas LSU/Keller HS Played two seasons at LSU … Played in seven games as a sophomore with 13 tackles (seven solo) and two tackles for loss … Credited with seven tackles and a tackle for loss versus Eastern Michigan … Credited with a tackle for loss versus South Carolina … Played in nine games as a true freshman … Finished with four tackles and two sacks versus Sam Houston State … Recorded two tackles versus Ole Miss.

Helped Oak Forest Academy to a state championship as a junior … Participated in the MAIS All-Star Football Game … Also plays basketball and baseball at OFA … Named to the MAIS Fab 15.

13 Monte Seabrook WR • 5-11 • 184 • Jr. • TR Newberry, Fla. Utah/Newberry HS Spent two seasons at Utah … Did not see game action as a sophomore … Played in eight games as a true freshman … Credited with three tackles on kickoff coverage … All-State defensive back as a senior at Newberry High School … Also played running back and wide receiver at NHS … Accumulated 2,248 total yards … Also was a standout on the school’s track and basketball teams.

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Ron Roberts Head Coach

• @CoachRonRoberts

FifthYear at Southeastern Louisiana • UT Martin, 1990

In just four years at the helm of the Southeastern Louisiana football program, head coach Ron Roberts has helped the Lions reach new heights. In his first four seasons, Roberts has led the Lions to a 29-20 overall record and a 22-9 Southland Conference mark. In 2013, Roberts was named the Southland Conference, AFCA Region 5 and Louisiana Coach of the Year and was named a finalist for the Eddie Robinson Award, given to the top coach in the FCS. The 2015 Lions were led by senior defensive back Harlan Miller, who was a finalist for the FCS Defensive Player of the Year and a Senior Bowl participant, and named All-America by STATS and the Associated Press. Miller was one of nine of Roberts’ players to earn All-Southland Conference honors. Senior offensive lineman Joe Graves was named an FCS Academic All-Star and he was joined by senior defensive back Denzel Thompson on the Southland All-Academic team. The 2014 Lions repeated as Southland Conference champions, sharing the regular season title with Sam Houston State, who defeated SLU in the first round of the playoffs. Miller, senior linebacker Isiah Corbett and junior kick returner Xavier Roberson earned All-America honors for a Lion team that finished the season ranked 12th and 14th in the final Football Championship Subdivision polls. The Lions placed 16 players on the 2014 All-Southland Conference teams, led by Offensive Player of the Year Bryan Bennett. Bennett was joined on the first team by Corbett, Miller, senior offensive lineman Jonathan Braddock and senior kicker Ryan Adams. Graves and senior defensive end Jacob Newman were both named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District 6 and Southland Conference All-Academic teams. Bennett would go on to represent the Lions at the Senior Bowl and NFL Scouting Combine. For the third straight season under Roberts, the Lions swept in-state Southland Conference

Roberts’ Year-By-Year Record Year School Overall Conference 2007 Delta State 10-2 8-0 GSC Champions/NCAA Second Round 2008 Delta State 10-2 8-0 GSC Champions/NCAA Quarterfinals 2009 Delta State 5-5 4-4 2010 Delta State 11-4 6-2 GSC Champions/NCAA Division II National Runnerup 2011 Delta State 11-3 3-1 GSC Champions/NCAA Semifinals 2012 Southeastern 5-6 5-2 2013 Southeastern 11-3 7-0 SLC Champions/NCAA Quarterfinals 2014 Southeastern 9-4 7-1 SLC Champions/NCAA First Round 2015 Southeastern 4-7 3-6 Overall Record: 76-35 Gulf South Conference Record: 29-7 Southland Conference Record: 22-9

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opponents Northwestern State, McNeese State and Nicholls. SLU also picked up conference wins over UIW, HBU, Central Arkansas and Lamar on the way to its second straight league title. Under Roberts, the 2013 Lions won their first-ever Southland Conference championship and their first league title of any kind since 1961. Southeastern finished with an 11-3 overall record and 7-0 mark in league play, earning its first-ever FCS playoff berth and the No. 4 national seed. The singleseason school record victory total propelled the Lions to a No. 6 ranking in the final FCS Coaches and Sports Network polls. Roberts oversaw a Lion squad that featured 24 All-Southland Conference players, including Player of the Year Bryan Bennett and Defensive Player of the Year Cqulin Hubert. Bennett, Hubert, kick returner Xavier Roberson and place kicker Seth Sebastian all earned All-America honors, while Roberson and Sebastian earned national awards at their positions from College Football Performance Awards. Roberts’ group also excelled in the classroom, placing a league-high 46 players on the Southland Conference Commissioner’s Fall Academic Honor Roll in 2013. Sophomore offensive lineman Joe Graves was a first team CoSIDA Academic All-District 6 selection. Southeastern opened the 2013 season 1-2 before reeling off nine straight victories to end the regular season. The highlights of the run were a 41-7 victory at No. 4/7 McNeese State and a 3421 victory over two-time national runner-up Sam Houston State. The Lions’ victory over Nicholls State not only clinched the outright Southland title, but also completed a SLU sweep of in-state Southland rivals McNeese, Nicholls and Northwestern State for the second straight season. In the playoffs, Southeastern earned a first round bye and faced Sam Houston State in a second round contest. With 1:21 left on the clock, the Lions took over at their own 15-yard line with no timeouts and trailing 29-24. Roberts’ squad, led by Bennett, rolled to a six-play, 85-yard game-winning drive that took just 49 seconds off the clock. Bennett, who was 6-for-6 on the “Drive to Stay Alive”, found Jeff Smiley from a yard out to give Southeastern a dramatic 30-29 victory. Though the Lions dropped a 20-17 decision the next week to New Hampshire, Roberts had engineered a 2013 season that put Southeastern football on the map. In his inaugural season in Hammond, Roberts guided Southeastern to a 5-6 record, which equaled the combined wins by the Lions in 2010-11. Southeastern’s 5-2 record in Southland Conference action in 2012 marked the most wins in conference play since 1978 when former coach Billy Brewer guided the Lions to a 5-1-1 mark in the Division II Gulf South Conference. After an 0-3 start to open the 2012 season, Southeastern rallied from a 14-point deficit and helped Roberts earn his first victory in Hammond with a 25-24 win over nationally-ranked McNeese State.The excitement generated by the dramatic comeback served as a spring board for the rest of the season as the Lions won their first three games in Southland Conference play and five of their final eight contests. Southeastern’s 5-2 mark in Southland Conference action – a four-game improvement from an identical 1-6 record in 2010 and 2011 – left the Lions one game behind co-champions Central Arkansas and Sam Houston State in the final standings. Along with its win over McNeese State, Roberts also guide the Lions to victories over Northwestern State and Nicholls State, marking the first-ever sweep of Southeastern’s in-state rivals in a season. Named the 16th head coach in school history on December 19, 2011, Roberts brought a proven record of success to Hammond after a successful five-year tenure at Division II Delta State University. At DSU, Roberts led the Statesmen to a 47-16 record, four 10-win seasons and two NCAA Super Region II titles that included an appearance in the 2010 NCAA Division II national championship game and the 2011 semifinals. A native of Visalia, Calif., Roberts led DSU to an 11-3 record in 2011 and was named the AFCA Division II Region Coach of the Year. The Statesmen led the GSC and finished 12th nationally with 463.7 yards per game while ranking 21st nationally in passing offense (282.7). DSU, which was ranked No. 1 nationally in the Division II polls for much of the season, paced the GSC in seven categories including total offense, scoring offense (33.4), total defense (336.6) and rushing defense (134.1). In 2010, the Statesmen averaged 31.9 points and 452.9 yards of total offense per game. That combination propelled the Statesmen to an 11-4 overall record and a 6-2 mark in GSC play; giving the Statesmen a share of the GSC title for the third time in four years. During Roberts’ tenure at DSU, 23 players were named to All-America teams and two players – Michael Eubanks in 2007 and Micah Davis in 2011 – were finalists for the Harlon Hill Trophy, the Division II equivalent to the Heisman Trophy. During Roberts’ stint with the Statesmen, 64 players, including 19 in 2011, were named to the All-GSC squad. Roberts spent two seasons as defensive coordinator at DSU under former coach Rick Rhoades before becoming the school’s 17th head coach in 2007. The Statesmen posted identical 10-2 records and claimed Gulf South Conference titles with a combined 16-0 mark in Roberts’ first two seasons as head coach. The Statesmen concluded 2007 ranked second in the NCAA in total defense, third in rush defense, second in scoring defense and first in defensive pass efficiency.

football THE RON ROBERTS FILE PERSONAL

Birthdate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . October 9, 1967 Hometown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Visalia, Calif. Wife . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Didi Children . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Reed, Reilly and Ryan

EDUCATION

• Attended Golden West High School • Attended College of the Sequoias (1985-86) • Graduated from UT Martin in 1990 with Bachelor’s degree in Sociology • Received Master’s in Education from University of Memphis in 1992

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

• All-Conference linebacker at College of the Sequoias (1986-87); UT Martin (1988-89)

COACHING EXPERIENCE

• Southeastern Louisiana, 2012- . . . . . . . . . . Head Coach • Delta State, 2007-2011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Head Coach • Delta State, 2005-2006 . . . . . . . . . . Defensive Coordinator (LB) • Mount Whitney HS, 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Head Coach • Texas State, 2003 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Defensive Coordinator (LB) • Tusculum College, 1998-2002 . . . Defensive Coordinator/AHC • Greensboro College, 1997 . . . . . . . . . . . Defensive Coordinator • Burroughs HS, 1994-96 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Head Coach • Houston HS, 1992-93 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Defensive Coordinator

AT DELTA STATE

Years at DSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Five (2007-11) Overall Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47-16 Gulf South Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29-7 GSC Championships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

• In 2015, Harlan Miler was named to the STATS and Associated Press All-America team and was a sixth round NFL Draft pick by the Arizona Cardinals. • Helped Southeastern to the program’s first back-to-back conference championships since 1960-61.The Lions finished 9-4 (7-1 SLC) in 2014 behind All-Americans Isiah Corbett, Xavier Roberson and Harlan Miller, as well as Southland Conference Offensive Player of theYear Bryan Bennett. • Led Southeastern Louisiana to its second straight FCS playoff appearance in 2014. • Led Southeastern Louisiana to a Southland Confernece championship in 2013 and its first-ever FCS Playoff berth.The Lions finished 11-3 overall (7-0 SLC) and set a single-season school record for victories on the way to a trip to the FCS quarterfinals and a No. 6 final national ranking. • Named 2013 Southland Conference, Louisiana and AFCA Region 5 Coach of theYear. • 24 Lions earned All-Southland Conference in 2013, including Southland Conference Player of theYear Bryan Bennett and league Defensive Player of theYear Cqulin Hubert. Bennett, Hubert, Seth Sebastian and Xavier Roberson were all selected to various All-America teams. • Led Southeastern Louisiana to a 5-2 record in Southland Conference action in his first season. • Led the Lions to 2012 and 2013 victories over McNeese State, Northwestern State and Nicholls State, marking the first times in school history Southeastern swept its in-state rivals dating back to 1972. • Coached All-American cornerback Robert Alford, named to the 2013 Senior Bowl and a second-round draft choice (No. 60 overall) by the Atlanta Falcons • Led Delta State to a 47-16 record and four Gulf South Conference Championships in five years as head coach. • Named 2011 AFCA Division II Region Coach of theYear • DSU played in NCAA DII Football Playoffs in 2007 (Second Round), 2008 (Quarterfinals), 2010 (National Runner-Up), and 2011 (Semifinals). • His 10 wins in 2007 were the most of any first-year head football coach in DSU history • Coached 24 NCAA All-Americans and 99 All-Conference performers • Coached Pittsburgh Steeler corner Ricardo Colclough at Tusculum and Cleveland Brown wide receiver L.J. Castile at Delta State. • Coached Michael Eubanks (2006-2007) and Lardester HicksGreen (2008) to GSC Defensive Player of theYear Award • Nine Statesmen have competed in the Cactus Bowl, the NCAA DII Football All-Star Game, since Roberts became head coach

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Roberts’ Career Head Coaching Record 2007 (10-2) - Delta State #7 #7 #9 #7 #7 #8 #5 #10 #9 #9 #9 #9

at Jackson State W Henderson State W at Ouachita Baptist W Southern Arkansas W Arkansas Tech W at #5 Valdosta State W at #2 North Alabama L West Georgia W at West Alabama W at Arkansas-Monticello W NCAA Division II Playoffs Shaw W at #10 North Alabama L

2008 (10-2) - Delta State #10 #16 #17 #17 #14 #7 #7 #5 #4 #4 #4 #4

at #10 McNeese State L Arkansas-Monticello W at Harding W Ouachita Baptist W at #1 Valdosta State W West Alabama W #2 North Alabama W at Southern Arkansas W Arkansas Tech W at West Georgia W NCAA Division II Playoffs #18 Tusculum W #5 North Alabama L

2009 (5-5) - Delta State #3 #10 #9 #9 #20 #22

at #24 Texas A&M-Kingsville at Arkansas-Monticello Harding at #21 Ouachita Baptist Valdosta State at West Alabama at #2 North Alabama Southern Arkansas at Arkansas Tech West Georgia

2010 (11-4) - Delta State #19 at Jackson State #23 Arkansas Tech

27-15 9-7 42-10 28-3 43-14 35-31 17-28 41-9 20-9 51-14 45-7 17-20 27-52 37-31 56-49 (ot) 35-17 27-24 (ot) 21-14 34-28 21-3 48-14 68-10 27-19 34-55

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Ryan, Reilly, Didi, Ron and Reed Roberts posing with the Southland Conference Trophy after Southeastern’s 52-27 victory over Nicholls in 2013. #23 at #20 Valdosta State W 27-23 2013 (11-3) - Southeastern Louisiana #15 Henderson State W 41-37 Southeast Missouri W 45-7 #19 #15 West Alabama W 41-37 at #24 TCU L 17-38 #13 at Arkansas-Monticello W 34-20 at #6 South Dakota State L 26-34 #9 Harding L 35-38 at Samford W 34-31 #18 at West Georgia W 54-34 Incarnate Word W 35-3 #19 #21 North Alabama L 7-31 Stephen F.Austin W 56-14 #23 at Ouachita Baptist W 33-27 at Northwestern State W 37-22 #19 at Lambuth W 41-17 Lamar W 56-34 NCAA Division II Playoffs #25 at #4 McNeese State W 41-7 #18 #25 North Alabama W 47-24 #16 at #24 Central Arkansas W 58-31 #18 at #5 Albany State (Reg. Final) W 28-7 #14 #4 Sam Houston State W 34-21 #21 #18 Shepherd (Semis) W 29-17 #8 Nicholls State W 52-27 vs. #1 Minnesota-Duluth L 17-20 NCAA Division I FCS Playoffs #7 #14 Sam Houston State W 30-29 2011 (11-3) - Delta State #7 #15 New Hampshire L 17-20 #2 Elizabeth City State W 28-21 (ot) #2 at Northwestern State L 23-24 2014 (9-4) - Southeastern Louisiana #11 at Fort Valley State W 27-7 #3 Jacksonville W 44-3 #5 at Arkansas Tech W 47-32 #3 Southern Utah W 41-14 #3 at Henderson State W 34-31 #3 at Tulane L 35-20 #3 #25 Ouachita Baptist W 45-14 #3 at Southeast Missouri L 24-23 #2 Arkansas-Monticello W 34-20 #11 at Incarnate Word W 63-7 #2 at #1 North Alabama W 30-24 (ot) #11 Northwestern State W 30-22 #1 #10 Valdosta State W 36-33 #9 at Lamar W 61-34 #1 #18 West Alabama W 36-34 #8 Central Arkansas W 41-24 #1 at West Georgia L 35-39 #8 at Stephen F.Austin L 27-17 NCAA Division II Playoffs #14 Houston Baptist W 76-7 #8 #12 North Alabama W 42-14 #10 #11 McNeese State W 28-9 #8 #20 North Greenville W 28-23 #10 at Nicholls W 62-3 #8 at #6 Pittsburg State L 23-49 NCAA Division I FCS Playoffs #9 at #19 Sam Houston State L 21-17

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at Missouri South Dakota State at UT Martin #17 McNeese State at Lamar at UAB Northwestern State #14 Central Arkansas #4 at Sam Houston State Stephen F.Austin at Nicholls State

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2015 (4-7) - Southeastern Louisiana #19 #18 #17 #19 #17 #21

at Northwestern State Florida Tech at Ohio Lamar at #13 McNeese State Stephen F.Austin at Houston Baptist at Central Arkansas Incarnate Word at Abilene Christian Nicholls

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The successes of 2007 continued into 2008, where the Statesmen finished the season ranked second in the GSC (471.9 ypg) and sixth nationally. Led by All-GSC candidate Garrett DeWitt, the Statesmen passing attacked ranked fourth nationally with 328.3 yards passing per game. The Statesmen also rolled up 1,713 rushing yards and ranked second in the GSC and 16th nationally with 36.2 points per game. Prior to joining the DSU staff, Roberts served one season as head coach at Mount Whitney (Calif.) HS, and the 2003 season as defensive coordinator at Texas State. While at Texas State, Roberts took over a defense ranked near the bottom in the Southland Conference. Within a year the seasoned coordinator improved the Bobcats’ defense in virtually every statistical category and Texas State placed two defenders on the All-Southland Conference Team. Before his appointment at Texas State, Roberts spent five seasons as assistant head coach and defensive coordinator at Tusculum College. During his tenure at the Greeneville, Tenn., school, the Pioneers posted one of the most memorable runs in school history. In 2002, Roberts guided a defense that led the South Atlantic Conference in yards allowed per game and in points per game. In 2002, the Pioneer defense posted a school-record with 31 turnovers. Roberts coached 11 All-South Atlantic Conference defensive selections and Ricardo Colclough, a second-round National Football League draft pick in 2004. Prior to joining the Tusculum staff, Roberts served as an assistant coach at Greensboro College in 1998 and was head coach at Burroughs High School (199496) in California. While at Burroughs, Roberts guided BHS to its first playoff appearance in 15 years and followed that up with another post-season trip the following year. He began his coaching career at Houston High School in Germantown, Tenn., as a defensive coordinator. Roberts was a two-time All-Conference selection at linebacker at the College of Sequoias in his native Visalia, Calif. He transferred to the University of Tennessee at Martin, where he helped guide them to the 1988 Gulf South Conference Championship. He graduated in 1990 from UTM with a degree in Sociology and later earned his master’s degree in Education from the University of Memphis in 1992. Roberts is married to the former Didi Walker of Germantown, Tenn. The couThe Roberts Family ple are the parents of three children; Reed, Reilly, and Ryan.


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Assistant Coach Matt Barrett

Assistant Coach Brandon Lacy

Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks First Year at Southeastern North Carolina State, 1999

Defensive Line/Recruiting Coordinator Eighth Year at Southeastern Kansas, 2003

Matt Barrett is in his first season with the Southeastern Louisiana football coaching staff. Barrett will serve as the team’s offensive coordinator and coach the team’s quarterbacks. A native of Fayetteville, North Carolina, Barrett has spent the past four seasons as the wide receivers coach under Willie Fritz, who was recently named the head coach at Tulane. In 2015, Barrett was part of a staff that helped Georgia Southern to a 9-4 overall record and a 58-27 victory over Bowling Green in the GoDaddy.com Bowl – the first-ever bowl appearance for GSU. The 2014 Eagle receivers hauled in 90 passes on the way to the Sun Belt Conference championship and an undefeated 8-0 league record. Prior to his time at GSU, Barrett spent two years on Fritz’s staff at Sam Houston State, helping the Bearkats to back-to-back FCS playoff appearances – including a berth in the 2012 national championship game. Barrett came to SHSU after spending a combined nine seasons as the offensive coordinator at Missouri Southern State and Catawba College. A 1999 graduate of North Carolina State, Barrett began his coaching career as a defensive backs and special teams coach at Orange County High School. Barrett and his wife Gretchen are the parents of sons, Samuel and Daniel.

Brandon Lacy begins his eighth season as a member of the Southeastern Louisiana football staff and his fifth as the Lions’ recruiting coordinator. Since arriving at Southeastern, the Edmond, Okla., native has served as the Lions’ defensive line coach after serving as the co-defensive coordinator in 2008 at Division II Angelo State University. Lacy, a former defensive end at Kansas and a two-time Academic All Big 12 selection, brings an impressive resume to the Lion coaching staff that includes stints at Appalachian State, UT-Martin and Rice. In 2015, the Lion defensive line was one of the strengths of the Southeastern defense. Senior defensive lineman Ashton Henderson received the inaugural Piesman Award and was joined on the All-Southland Conference team by fellow senior A.J. Bowen. Lacy’s defensive line corps helped the 2014 Southland Conference champions lead the league in scoring and total defense. Lacy’s group included a pair of All-Southland Conference selections in Jacob Newman and Bowen. The 2013 Lion defensive line, under Lacy’s tutelage, was led by Newman. The newcomer was named second team All-Southland Conference after sharing the team lead with seven sacks and finishing among the Southland Conference leaders with 14.0 tackles for loss. The entirety of Lacy’s staring defensive line earned All-Southland accolades, as seniors Jeremy Williams and Greg Triay were honorable mention selections. Under Lacy’s guidance in 2012, senior Tramaine Lucas was named an honorable mention All-Southland Conference performer while the Lion defense finished fourth overall in sacks with 25. In 2010, Lacy guided a group of defensive linemen that recorded 25 of the Lions’ 28 sacks. Senior Nathan Clophus earned All-Southland Conference honors after he led the team with five sacks with Devan Walker posting four. In his first season with the Lions in 2009, guided a young trio of Clophus, Walker and Lindsey Leavoy that combined for 98 tackles and 27 quarterback hurries. Lacy served as co-defensive coordinator in 2008 at ASU, where he helped the Rams mold a run defense that finished second in the Lone Star Conference after finishing 12th the previous season. From 2006-07, Lacy worked on the staff at Rice helping the Owls to a 7-6 record in 2006 and their first bowl appearance in 45 years. Working with the Rice defensive line, Lacy coached freshman All-American Cheta Ozougwu and All Conference USA freshman Scott Solomon. Lacy spent one season at UT Martin where he served as running backs coach and helped guide the Skyhawks to their first winning season in 12 years. Among his pupils was Donald Chapman, who rushed for over 1,300 yards and was named All-Ohio Valley Conference. Lacy got his coaching start at FCS power Appalachian State in 2003, working under legendary coach Jerry Moore. During his two-year stay in Boone, Lacy helped the Mountaineers to consecutive winning seasons while helping to mold some of the top players in school history that included four eventual Buck Buchanan award nominees (KT Stovall, Cory Lynch, Jeremy Wiggins, Marques Murrell). Lacy played two seasons at UT Martin where he led the Skyhawks in sacks both seasons and was a four-time OVC Defensive Player of the Week. He played his final two seasons at KU, playing for coaches Terry Allen and Mark Mangino, while earning the Jayhawk Scholar Athlete Award and being named to the KU Honor Roll three times. Lacy earned a bachelor’s degree in Economics at KU in 2003 and received graduate credit in Sport Psychology from Rice. He is a member of the American Football Coaches Association, the Black Coaches Association and has membership in both the Oklahoma and Texas High School Coaches Association. Lacy and his wife, Jessica, reside in Hammond and are the parents of two sons, Brandon, Jr., and Julius.

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football Assistant Coach Travis Mikel

Linebackers Third Year at Southeastern Wisconsin-Oshkosh, 2009

Offensive Line Fourth Year at Southeastern Delta State, 2007

Aaron Schwanz enters his third season on the Southeastern Louisiana football staff as an assistant coach working with the Lion linebackers. The 2015 linebacker corps was successful under Schwanz’s direction. Senior linebacker Herbert Harris was named second team All-Southland Conference after leading the team in tackles, while junior linebacker Tre’ Bennett was named to the All-Southland Conference team as an honorable mention selection. In 2014, Schwanz’s linebackers were key to the Southland Conference champion Lion defense leading the league in scoring and total defense. Schwanz coached Sports Network and Associated Press All-American Isiah Corbett, who led SLU with 12.0 tackles for loss, 4.5 sacks and four interceptions. Corbett also earned All-Louisiana and All-Southland Conference honors, as was fellow senior linebacker Drew Misita. Schwanz spent the 2013 season at Wisconsin, where he was a graduate assistant working with the Badgers’ outside linebackers. Schwanz contributed to a defense that ranked top 10 nationally in total defense (7th), scoring defense (6th) and rushing defense (5th). Prior to his time at Wisconsin, Schwanz was a graduate assistant at Texas-El Paso, where he oversaw the wide receivers and defensive line. During his time with the Miners, he coached a pair of All-Conference USA receivers in Jordan Leslie and Mike Edwards. Schwanz also coached linebackers at Midwestern State for multiple seasons before moving on to UTEP. He coached several AllLone Star Conference selections during his time in Wichita Falls. In 2011, he was part of a staff that led Midwestern State to a 10-0 regular season and the Lone Star Conference championship. Schwanz started his coaching career at his alma mater Wisconsin-Oshkosh, where he coached safeties. Schwanz earned his degree in special education from UW-Oshkosh, where he was a four-year letter winner at safety.

Travis Mikel is in his fourth year as an assistant coach on the Southeastern Louisiana University staff, serving as offensive line coach and the team’s Director of Football Operations. Before his arrival in Hammond, Mikel spent three seasons at Delta State under head coach Ron Roberts where he was served in the same capacity, including the last two years as offensive line coach. Mikel returns in 2016 after spending the 2015 season as an assistant coach at Hammond High School. Mikel’s offensive line group helped SLU’s prolific offense in 2014, as the Lions repeated as Southland Conference champions. Mikel oversaw the development of first team All-Southland Conference and All-Louisiana senior tackle Jonathan Braddock. Junior guard/center Joe Graves joined Braddock on the all-league team, while also earning CoSIDA Academic All-District VI, FCS ADA Academic All-Star and Southland Conference All-Academic honors. The 2013 Lions had one of the top offensive seasons in program history, thanks in large part to the work of Mikel’s offensive line troops. The talented offensive line included a pair of first team All-Southland Conference selections in senior left tackle Gasten Gabriel and senior center Marshall Paris. Joining Gabriel and Paris on the All-Southland team were honorable mention selections Graves and Braddock. Graves was also outstanding in the classroom, earning first team CoSIDA Academic All-District VI and Southland Conference All-Academic accolades. In his first season at Southeastern, Mikel worked an offensive line that was paced by All-Southland Conference performer Gabriel. Along with fellow starters Paris, Geremy Wilson, Corey Boothe and Paul Roppolo, the offensive line gelled as the season progressed, opening holes for freshmen running backs Xavier Roberson and Rasheed Harrell while limiting opponents to five sacks in seven league games. At Delta State, Mikel coached Division II All-Americans Chad Schroeder (2008), Trevar Deed (2008-2010), Brad Latham (2009), Phillip Yandall (2010) and Darrell Leopold (2011). He also worked with 10 All-GSC and AllSouth Region Statesmen. The DSU offensive line, under Mikel’s guidance, helped the Statesmen finish 12th in Division II in total offense and 21st nationally in passing offense. The Statesmen led the Gulf South Conference in scoring offense while the offensive line helped pave the way for quarterback Micah Davis to finish third overall for the Harlon Hill Trophy – the Division II equivalent to the Heisman Trophy. In 2010, Mikel helped guide the Statesmen to the NCAA DII National Championship game and their third Gulf South Conference title in four years with an 11-4 overall record and a 6-2 mark in the GSC. DSU fell short of their goal of winning the title on a last second game-winning field goal by Minnesota-Duluth 20-17. In Mikel’s first season as offensive line coach, the Statesmen allowed the fewest sacks in the Gulf South Conference while producing one of the top offenses in NCAA Division II. DSU averaged 31.9 points and 452.9 yards of total offense per game. Mikel’s linemen allowed Davis to become the first 4,000-yard passer in school history while Deed shattered the school all-purpose yardage (5,144) and scoring (264 points/44 touchdowns) records. Yandall (LT) and Leopold (C) earned postseason honors for DSU under Mikel’s direction. Yandall was named a Daktronics Honorable Mention All-American while both Yandall and Leopold were named All-GSC and AllSouth Region. In 2009, the Statesmen offense averaged 410.4 yards per game, while scoring 27.1 points per game. Senior quarterback Garrett DeWitt closed his career as the second-leading passer in school history with 6,945 yards, while amassing 7,145 yards of total offense. Junior all-purpose back Deed finished the regular season leading the GSC in scoring with 15 total touchdowns. With assistance from Mikel, four-year starter Brad Latham (OL) was named to the All-GSC First Team and All-Super Region Two teams. Latham also participated in the Cactus Bowl, the Division II All-Star Game in Kingsville, Texas. In 2008, the Statesmen receiving corps proved to be one of the best in the Gulf South Conference and the nation. Two Statesmen, Schroeder (AFCA) and Deed (FB Gazette) received All-American honors after the season. A 2007 graduate of Delta State University with a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, Mikel was a 2006 Honorable Mention All-American, as well as an All-Gulf South Conference Second Team member. From 2004-2007, Mikel served in several positions along the offensive line. Mikel’s All-American nod came while serving as center during his junior year. Mikel and his wife Rainey reside in Hammond.

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Assistant Coaches

Assistant Coach Aaron Schwanz


Assistant Coaches

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football

Assistant Coach Kevin Weston

Assistant Coach Shane Smith

Defensive Backs Second Year at Southeastern Tusculum, 2007

Wide Receivers First Year at Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana, 1996

Kevin Weston is in his second season with the Southeastern Louisiana football coaching staff. Weston will work with the team’s defensive backs in 2016.

Shane Smith is in his first season with the Southeastern Louisiana football coaching staff. Smith will coach the team’s wide receivers.

In his first season with the Lions, Weston worked with the team’s running backs. Freshman Julius Maracalin (590 yards, 3 TD), senior Kody Sutton (485 yards, 3 TD) and senior Xavier Roberson (258 yards, 3 TD) all thrived under Weston’s tutelage.

Smith joins the Lion program after two decades of coaching experience at the high school level in Louisiana.

Weston, a native of Queens, New York, comes to Hammond after spending the past two seasons as the head coach at Clark Atlanta. During his time with the Panthers, Weston mentored 2014 Division II All-American linebacker Bre’nard Williams. Weston moved to Clark Atlanta after spending eight seasons on the coaching staff at Tusculum University, where he worked with the defensive line and linebackers, while also spending two seasons as the defensive coordinator. In 2011, he oversaw a defense that finished second in the country in pass defense. During his time at Tusculum, he was the assistant head coach for the 2008 squad that advanced to the Division II playoffs for the first time in school history. During his playing days at Tusculum, he played tight end and offensive guard for a Tusculum team that had Roberts as the defensive coordinator. He would go on to sign as a free agent running back in the Arena Football League. Weston opened his coaching career as an assistant coach at Morgan County High School in Madison, Georgia. During his two seasons there, the Bulldogs were 19-5 and made two state playoff appearances.

Smith spent the previous 16 seasons as the head football and track coach at Franklinton High School. He led the Demons to seven district championships. The 2010 Franklinton team brought a Class 4A state title home from the Superdome. A three-time Class 4A State Coach of the Year and four-time district coach of the Year at Franklinton, Smith was also held in high regard by his peers. He served as the president of both the Louisiana Football Coaches Association (LFCA) and Louisiana High School Coaches Association (LHSCA). Smith began his coaching career as an assistant coach at Amite High School. He eventually moved on to Independence High School, where he spent four seasons as an assistant football coach. He was part of a staff that helped the Tigers to consecutive state finals in 1997 and 1998. Smith is coaching his alma mater. He earned his bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and health studies from Southeastern in 1996, before earning his master’s degree in educational leadership in 2008. Smith is married to the former Tricia Fagan, who like her husband, earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Southeastern. The couple has two children, a son, Jacob and a daughter, Sarah.

A 2002 graduate of Tusculum, Weston has a bachelor’s degree in education and earned his master’s degree from Troy in 2005. Weston is married to the former Bonnie Taylor of Akron, Ohio.

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football Strength Coach Brandon Howard

Tight Ends Second Year at Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana, 2013

Director of Sport Performance Fifth Year at Southeastern East Carolina, 2005

Jake Zbydniewski is in his second season with the Southeastern Louisiana football coaching staff. Zbydniewski will coach the team’s tight ends and fullbacks.

Brandon Howard begins his fifth year as Director of Sport Performance at Southeastern Louisiana University after spending the past four years at Georgia Southern University.

Zbydniewski, who was a defensive assistant and equipment manager in 2015, has a lasting relationship with head coach Ron Roberts. Zbydniewski started his association with the Lion signal caller at Delta State, where he was a three-year starter on the offensive line for Roberts.

Howard, a native of Jacksonville, Fla., and graduate of East Carolina University, will oversee the strength and conditioning aspects of Southeastern’s 15 Division I athletic programs and its nearly 350 student-athletes. Before his arrival at Southeastern, Howard served as the assistant strength and conditioning coach at GSU, where he worked directly with men’s basketball, track and field, women’s soccer and golf.

Following his playing career, Zbydniewski stayed on Roberts’ staff at DSU, serving as a student assistant to current Lion offensive line coach Travis Mikel and equipment manager. Zbydniewski came to Hammond with Roberts prior to the 2012 season and held down the same position he did in the final season at Delta State. In 2014, he was on the Hammond High School coaching staff before returning to SLU in 2015. A native of Ft.Walton Beach, Florida, Zbydniewski earned his bachelor’s degree in general studies from Southeastern in 2013. Zbydniewski is single and resides in Hammond.

During his tenure in Statesboro, Howard also worked with the Eagles’ nationally-ranked FCS football and baseball teams. Before joining the Eagle staff, Howard spent two years as a graduate assistant at Utah State. While with the Aggies, Howard worked with the Football and Men’s Basketball teams in addition to working with the Track and Field program, Gymnastics and Women’s Basketball teams. Before joining the Aggies, Howard was a strength and conditioning intern at his alma mater. While there he assisted with all aspects of daily training for all athletes at ECU. His primary responsibilities included working with the Pirate Football, Baseball,Volleyball, Softball and Cheerleading programs. A 2005 graduate of ECU, Howard was a four-year letterwinner in football for the Pirates. He was named Special Teams captain his senior year and played in the 2001 GMAC Bowl against Marshall. Howard was an All-State football player at The Bolles School in Jacksonville. He was named All-First Coast his senior year and also earned All-State honors in weightlifting, as well as All-Region Honors in the shot put and discus. Howard is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. He has also received the USA Weightlifting’s Sports Performance Coach certification.He received his Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology from East Carolina in 2005. He completed his master’s degree in Exercise Science from Utah State in 2009.

Howard and his wife, Lauren, were wed in May 2016.

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Assistant Coaches

Assistant Coach Jake Zbydniewski


2016 Opponents

2016

southeastern

Oklahoma State Cowboys September 3, 2016 • Stillwater, Oklahoma (Boone Pickens Stadium)

Game 1

Series Record - First Meeting Website - www.okstate.com • Twitter - @OSUAthletics, @CowboyFB

General Information

Mike Gundy Head Coach

football

Mason Rudolph Quarterback

2016 Schedule

Sept. 3 Southeastern Louisiana Sept. 10 Central Michigan Sept. 17 Pittsburgh Sept. 24 at Baylor * Oct. 1 Texas * Oct. 8 Iowa State * Oct. 22 at Kansas * Oct. 29 West Virginia * Nov. 5 at Kansas State * Nov. 12 Texas Tech * Nov. 19 at TCU * Dec. 3 at Oklahoma *

Location_____________________ Stillwater, Oklahoma Enrollment______________________________25,854 Founded_________________________________ 1890 Nickname_____________________________Cowboys Colors_________________________ Orange and Black Conference_____________________ Big 12 Conference National Affiliation___________________ NCAA I-FBS Stadium _____________________ Boone Pickens Stadium Capacity________________________________60,218 Turf_________________________________ AstroTurf President____________________________ V. Burns Hargis Athletic Director____________________ Mike Holder University Website________________ www.okstate.edu

Coaching Staff

Head Coach_________________________Mike Gundy Alma Mater, Year_______________ Oklahoma State, ‘90 Record at SDSU (Years)____________ 94-47 (12th year) Career Record (Years)_ ___________94-47 (12th year) Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities)______________ Glenn Spencer (DC/LB), Mike Yurcich (OC/QB), Greg Adkins (OL), Marcus Arroyo (RB), Bill Clay (Defensive Analyst), Joe Bob Clements (DL), Tim Duffie (CB), Kasey Dunn (WR), Dan Hammerschmidt (S), Josh Henson (Offensive Analyst), Jason McEndoo (Cowboy Backs) Football Office Phone______________ (405) 744-5737

Series Information First Meeting

Team Information

2015 Record______________________________ 10-3 2015 Big 12 Record (Finish)______________7-2 (2nd) Offense___________________________________ n/a Defense___________________________________ n/a Lettermen Returning_ _______________________ 39 Lettermen Lost_____________________________ 24 Starters Returning___________________________ 18 Starters Lost_ ______________________________ 10

Media Relations

Football Contact_____________________ Gavin Lang Office Phone_____________________ (405) 744-3875 Mobile Phone_____________________ (405) 612-9274 E-Mail Address______________ gavin.lang@okstate.edu Press Box Phone_ _________________ (405) 744-5757

* - Big 12 Conference Game

Southern Utah Thunderbirds September 10, 2016 • Cedar City, Utah (Eccles Coliseum)

Game 2

Series Record - Southeastern leads, 1-0 Website - www.suutbirds.com • Twitter - @SUU Thunderbirds, @TbirdFamFball

General Information

Demario Warren Head Coach

2016 Schedule

Mike Sharp

Wide Receiver

Sept. 1 at Utah Sept. 10 Southeastern Louisiana Sept. 24 Portland State * Oct. 1 at Montana * Oct. 8 UC Davis * Oct. 15 at North Dakota * Oct. 22 Weber State * Oct. 29 at Idaho State * Nov. 5 Montana State * Nov. 12 at BYU Nov. 19 at Northern Arizona *

Location________________________ Cedar City, Utah Enrollment_______________________________8,881 Founded_________________________________ 1897 Nickname__________________________Thunderbirds Colors________________________Black, white and red Conference____________________ Big Sky Conference National Affiliation__________________ NCAA 1-FCS Stadium ___________________________ Eccles Coliseum Capacity_________________________________8,500 Turf______________________________________Turf President______________________________ Scott Wyatt Athletic Director__________________ Jason Butikofer University Website___________________ www.suu.edu

Coaching Staff

Head Coach_____________________ Demario Warren Alma Mater, Year____________________UC Davis, ‘08 Record at SUU (Years)______________ 0-0 (1st season) Career Record (Years)_ ____________ 0-0 (1st season) Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities)______________ Ryan Hunt (AHC/Co-DC), Justin Walterscheid (AHC/OC), Solomona Tapasa (Co-DC/LB), Teag Whiting (TE), Aaron Fernandez (OL), Jared Ursua (WR), Sam Elliott (RB), Tommy Collet Jr. (S/Recruiting), Rod Chance (DB/Recruiting), Anthony Arceneaux (ST), Jeff Tukuafu (Dir. of FB Ops), Will Greenberg (Strength) Football Office Phone______________ (435) 586-5470

Series Information

Southeastern leads, 1-0 In Hammond_______________ Southeastern leads, 1-0

Team Information

2015 Record_______________________________ 8-4 2015 Big Sky Record (Finish)_____________ 7-1 (1st) Offense_________________________________Spread Defense______________________ 4-2-5 Press Quarters Lettermen Returning_ ______________________ n/a Lettermen Lost____________________________ n/a Starters Returnin______________________________n/a Starters Lost_ _____________________________ n/a

Media Relations

Football Contact___________________ Chanel Barnes Office Phone_____________________ (435) 865-8229 Cell Phone_ ______________________ (435) 817-7798 E-Mail Address_______________chanelbarnes@suu.edu

* - Big Sky Conference game

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2016

southeastern

Series Record - Southeastern Leads, 30-29 Website - www.nsudemons.com • Twitter - @NSUDemons, @NSUDemonsFB

General Information

De’Mard Llorens

Head Coach

Running Back

2016 Schedule Sept. 2 Sept. 8 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

at Baylor Incarnate Word * at Central Arkansas * at Southeastern Louisiana * Kentucky Wesleyan at Lamar * McNeese State * Nicholls * at Abilene Christian * Sam Houston State * at Stephen F. Austin *

Location___________________ Natchitoches, Louisiana Enrollment_______________________________9,179 Founded_________________________________ 1884 Nickname_____________________________ Demons Colors____________ Purple and White with Orange Trim Conference_______________________Southland (SLC) National Affiliation___________________ NCAA I-FCS Stadium ____________________________ Turpin Stadium Capacity________________________________15,971 Turf____________________________________ V-Turf President_ _____________________ Dr. Jim Henderson Athletic Director_____________________ Greg Burke University Website__________________www.nsula.edu

Coaching Staff

Head Coach_________________________ Jay Thomas Alma Mater, Year________________ Southern Miss, ‘88 Record at NSU (Years)__________________16-21 (4) Career Record (Years)_ ________________ 43-54 (10) Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities)_______________ Daryl Daye (AHC/DC/LB), De’Von Lockett (DB), August Mangin (Special Teams), Jake Landoll (DL), Ben Norton (AHC/OC/OL), Will Weaver (RB), Kyle Manley (Recruiting/ QB), Alvin Slaughter (WR) Football Office Phone______________ (318) 357-5252

Series Information

Southeastern leads, 30-29 In Hammond______________Southeastern leads, 19-11 In Natchitoches__________________ NSU leads, 18-11

Team Information

2015 Record_______________________________ 4-7 2015 Southland Record (Finish)__________ 4-5 (t-5th) Offense_ __________________________________Multiple Defense___________________________________Multiple Lettermen Returning_ _______________________ 47 Lettermen Lost_____________________________ 28 Starters Returning___________________________ 14 Starters Lost_ ______________________________ 14

Media Relations

Football Contact____________________ Doug Ireland Office Phone_____________________ (318) 357-6467 Mobile Phone_____________________ (318) 471-2086 E-Mail Address__________________ ireland@nsula.edu Media Relations Fax_ ______________ (318) 357-4515 Press Box Phone_ _________________ (318) 357-4529

* - Southland Conference Game

Lamar Cardinals October 1, 2016 • Beaumont, Texas (Provost Umphrey Stadium)

Game 4

Series Record - Southeastern leads, 8-3 Website - www.lamarcardinals.com • Twitter - @LamarCards

General Information

Ray Woodard Head Coach

2016 Schedule

Kade Harrington Running Back

Sept. 3 Coastal Carolina Sept. 10 at Houston Sept. 17 Sam Houston State * Oct. 1 Southeastern Louisiana * Oct. 8 at Abilene Christian * Oct. 15 Northwestern State * Oct. 22 at Central Arkansas * Oct. 29 Houston Baptist * Nov. 3 at Nicholls * Nov. 12 Incarnate Word * Nov. 19 at McNeese State *

Location________________________ Beaumont, Texas Enrollment______________________________14,965 Founded_________________________________ 1923 Nickname_____________________________Cardinals Colors____________________________Red and White Conference_______________________Southland (SLC) National Affiliation___________________ NCAA I-FCS Stadium_____________________ Provost Umphrey Stadium Capacity__________________________________16,000 Turf________________________________ Matrix Turf President_ ___________________ Dr. Kenneth R. Evans Athletic Director_________________ Jason Henderson University Website_________________ www.lamar.edu

Coaching Staff

Head Coach________________________Ray Woodard Alma Mater, Year____________ Sam Houston State, ‘88 Record at LU (Years)___________________31-38 (6) Career Record (Years)_ ____________________Same Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities)_______________ Chuck Langston (OC/OL), Trey Haverty (DC), Ben Beasley (LB/Recruiting), Brian Morgan (RB/Special Teams), Arlington Nunn (WR), Ramon Flanigan (QB), Willie Mack Garza (Secondary), Eric Roark (DL), Jeff Breaux (TE/Dir. of Operations), Daniel Darcy (Strength) Football Office Phone______________ (409) 880-7157

Series Information

Southeastern leads, 8-3 In Hammond_______________ Southeastern leads, 3-2 In Beaumont_ ______________ Southeastern leads, 2-1 Unknown_ _________________ Southeastern leads, 3-0

Team Information

2015 Record_______________________________ 5-6 2015 Southland Record (Finish)__________ 4-5 (t-5th) Offense_ ______________________________ Multiple Set Defense______________________________________ 4-3 Lettermen Returning_ _______________________ 46 Lettermen Lost_____________________________ 22 Starters Returning___________________________ 14 Starters Lost_ ______________________________ 14

Media Relations

Football Contact____________________ James Dixon Office Phone_____________________ (409) 880-8329 Mobile Phone_____________________ (936) 552-1171 E-Mail Address______________ james.dixon@lamar.edu Media Relations Fax_ ______________ (409) 880-2338 Press Box Phone_ _________________ (409) 880-7489

* - Southland Conference Game

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2016 Opponents

Northwestern State Demons September 24, 2016 • Hammond, La. (Strawberry Stadium)

Game 3

Jay Thomas

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2016 Opponents

2016

southeastern

football

McNeese State Cowboys

Game 5

October 8, 2016 • Hammond, La. (Strawberry Stadium)

Series Record - McNeese State leads, 23-18 Website - www.mcneesesports.com • Twitter - @McNeeseFootball

General Information

Lance Guidry Head Coach

Isaiah Golden

Defensive Lineman

2016 Schedule Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 19

Tarleton State at UL-Lafayette Stephen F. Austin * at Incarnate Word * Nicholls * at Southeastern Louisiana * Central Arkansas * at Northwestern State * Abilene Christian * at Sam Houston State * Lamar *

Location___________________ Lake Charles, Louisiana Enrollment_______________________________8,162 Founded_________________________________ 1939 Nickname_____________________________Cowboys Colors____________________________ Blue and Gold Conference_______________________Southland (SLC) National Affiliation___________________ NCAA I-FCS Stadium ______ Louis Bonnette Field at Cowboy Stadium Capacity________________________________17,610 Turf_________________________________ GeoMax2 President_ ___________________ Dr. Philip C. Williams Athletic Director__________________ Bruce Hemphill University Website_______________ www.mcneese.edu

Coaching Staff

Head Coach________________________Lance Guidry Alma Mater, Year________________McNeese State, ‘95 Record at MSU (Years)__________________ 0-0 (1st) Career Record (Years) 1-1 (Interim HC in bowl games) Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities)_______________ Landon Hoefer (OC/QB), Tommy Restivo (DC/DB), Kerry Joseph (Co-OC/WR), Lark Hebert (DL/Dir. of Ops), Eman Naghavi (OL), Zach Bronson (DB), Dennis Smith (RB/Special Teams), Charlie Ayro (LB), Carlos Perez (DE) Football Office Phone______________ (337) 475-5235

Series Information

McNeese State leads, 23-18 In Hammond_______________Southeastern leads, 12-7 In Lake Charles_ ______________ McNeese leads, 16-6

Team Information

2015 Record______________________________ 10-1 2015 Southland Record (Finish)___________ 9-0 (1st) Offense_ ______________________________ Multiple Pro Defense_____________________________________ 4-2-5 Lettermen Returning_ _______________________ 69 Lettermen Lost_____________________________ 14 Starters Returning___________________________ 13 Starters Lost_ ______________________________ 11

Media Relations

Football Contact___________________ Matt Bonnette Office Phone_____________________ (337) 475-5207 Mobile Phone_____________________ (337) 263-4822 E-Mail Address____________ wbonnette@mcneese.edu Media Relations Fax_ ______________ (337) 475-5202 Press Box Phone_ _________________ (337) 475-5225

* - Southland Conference Game

Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks

Game 6

October 15, 2016 • Nacogdoches, Texas (Homer Bryce Stadium)

Series Record - Stephen F. Austin leads, 11-7-1 Website - www.SFAJacks.com • Twitter - @SFA_Athletics, @SFA_Football

General Information

Clint Conque Head Coach

Kedrick Harrison Defensive End

2016 Schedule

Sept. 3 at Texas Tech Sept. 10 West Alabama Sept. 17 at McNeese State * Sept. 24 Abilene Christian * Oct. 1 vs Sam Houston State *^ Oct. 8 at Nicholls * Oct. 15 Southeastern Louisiana * Oct. 29 at Incarnate Word * Nov. 5 Central Arkansas * Nov. 12 at Houston Baptist * Nov. 19 Northwestern State *

Location______________________ Nacogdoches, Texas Enrollment______________________________12,650 Founded_________________________________ 1923 Nickname__________________________ Lumberjacks Colors__________________________Purple and White Conference_______________________Southland (SLC) National Affiliation___________________ NCAA I-FCS Stadium ______________________ Homer Bryce Stadium Capacity________________________________14,575 Turf_______________________________Hellas Matrix President_ ______________________ Dr. Baker Pattillo Athletic Director_____________________ Robert Hill University Website__________________ www.sfasu.edu

Coaching Staff

Head Coach________________________Clint Conque Alma Mater, Year________________ Nicholls State, ‘83 Record at SFA (Years)___________________12-12 (3) Career Record (Years)_ _______________ 117-71 (16) Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities)______________ Demo Odems (AHC/WR), Gary Crowton (OC/QB), Matt Williamson (DC/LB), Bill Best (Run Game Coordinator/OL), Jeremy Hammock (TE/Special Teams), Mike Walton (DB/ Special Teams), Tom Howe (DE), Terry Mills (CB), Jeremy Moses (RB), Chris Van Horn (DT), Kail Kaiser (Dir. of FB Ops), Dan Eason (Strength). Football Office Phone______________ (936) 468-3502

Series Information

Stephen F. Austin leads, 11-7-1 In Hammond_______________________ SFA leads, 5-4-1 In Nacogdoches_______________________SFA leads 6-3

Team Information

2015 Record_______________________________ 4-7 2015 Southland Record (Finish)__________ 4-5 (t-5th) Offense_ ______________________________________n/a Defense_______________________________________n/a Lettermen Returning_ _______________________ 37 Lettermen Lost_____________________________ 19 Starters Returning___________________________ 17 Starters Lost_ ______________________________ 11

Media Relations

Football Contact__________________ Rand Champion Office Phone_____________________ (936) 468-2606 E-Mail Address_______________ championr@sfasu.edu Media Relations Fax_ ______________ (936) 468-4593 Press Box Phone_ _____________ (936) 468-3910/3911

* - Southland Conference Game; ^ - at Houston,Texas (NRG Stadium)

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2016

southeastern

October 22, 2016 • Hammond, La. (Strawberry Stadium) • Homecoming Series Record - Southeastern leads, 2-0 Website - www.HBUHuskies.com • Twitter - @HBUHuskies, @HBU_Football

General Information

Garrett Dolan

Head Coach

Linebacker

2016 Schedule

Sept. 1 at Central Arkansas * Sept. 10 Texas Southern Sept. 17 Abilene Christian * Sept. 24 Sam Houston State * Oct. 1 at Western Kentucky Oct. 15 Nicholls * Oct. 24 Southeastern Louisiana * Oct. 29 at Lamar * Nov. 5 at UTEP Nov. 12 Stephen F. Austin * Nov. 19 at Incarnate Word *

Location_________________________ Houston, Texas Enrollment_______________________________3,128 Founded_________________________________ 1960 Nickname______________________________ Huskies Colors______________________Royal Blue and Orange Conference_______________________Southland (SLC) National Affiliation___________________ NCAA I-FCS Stadium ____________________________ Husky Stadium Capacity_________________________________5,000 Turf____________________________Desso (Field Turf) President_ __________________ Dr. Robert B. Sloan, Jr. Athletic Director___________________ Steve Moniaci University Website___________________www.hbu.edu

Coaching Staff

Head Coach__________________________ Vic Shealy Alma Mater, Year___________________ Richmond, ‘84 Record at HBU (Years)___________________7-22 (3) Career Record (Years)_ _______________ 34-36-1 (6) Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities)_______________ Scott Smith (AHC/OC), Shannon Kelley (AHC/RB), Roger Hinshaw (Co-DC/DE), Charlie Camp (Co-DC/LB), Drew O’Daniel (Co-OC/OL), Burl Jordan (DL), Jeff Love (QB), Brandon North (DB), Kendrick Kitchens (WR) Football Office Phone______________ (281) 649-3879

Series Information

Southeastern leads, 2-0 In Hammond_______________ Southeastern leads, 1-0 In Houston_________________ Southeastern leads, 1-0

Team Information

2015 Record_______________________________ 2-9 2015 Southland Record (Finish)__________ 0-8 (11th) Offense_ _________________________________ Pro Style Defense______________________________________ 4-3 Lettermen Returning_ _______________________ 60 Lettermen Lost______________________________8 Starters Returning___________________________ 20 Starters Lost_ _______________________________2

Media Relations

Football Contact____________________ Russ Reneau Office Phone_____________________ (281) 649-3098 Mobile Phone_____________________ (281) 923-0813 E-Mail Address__________________ rreneau@hbu.edu Media Relations Fax_ ______________ (281) 649-3496 Press Box Phone_ _________________ (281) 649-3301

* - Southland Conference Game

Central Arkansas Bears October 29, 2016 • Hammond, La. (Strawberry Stadium)

Game 8

Series Record - Central Arkansas leads, 6-3 Website - www.ucasports.com • Twitter - @ucasports, @ucascoreboard

General Information

Steve Campbell Head Coach

Wide Receiver

2016 Schedule Sept. 1 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

Desmond Smith

Houston Baptist * Samford Northwestern State * at Arkansas State * at Abilene Christian * at McNeese State * Lamar * at Southeastern Louisiana * at Stephen F. Austin * Nicholls * at Sam Houston State *

Location_______________________ Conway, Arkansas Enrollment______________________________11,900 Founded_________________________________ 1907 Nickname_______________________________ Bears Colors___________________________Purple and Gray Conference_______________________Southland (SLC) National Affiliation___________________ NCAA I-FCS Stadium ___________ First Security Field at Estes Stadium Capacity_________________________________9,000 Turf__________________________________ GeoTurf President_ _______________________ Tom Courtway Athletic Director__________________ Dr. Brad Teague University Website___________________ www.uca.edu

Coaching Staff

Head Coach______________________ Steve Campbell Alma Mater, Year________________________Troy, ‘87 Record at UCA (Years)__________________13-10 (3) Career Record (Years)_ _________________40-18 (5) Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities)___________ Greg Stewart (DC), Nathan Brown (OC), Dan Augustine (DL/ST), Pete Bennett (WR), Ryan Howard (TE), Matt Kitchens (S), Josh Jones (CB), Larry Warner (RB), Tony Davis (DL), Gunnar Boykin (OL/Dir. of FB Ops), Robert Stiner (Strength) Football Office Phone______________ (501) 450-3153

Series Information

UCA leads, 6-3 In Hammond______________________Series tied, 2-2 In Conway________________________ UCA leads, 4-1

Team Information

2015 Record_______________________________ 7-4 2015 Southland Record (Finish)_________ 7-2 (t-2nd) Offense_ __________________________________Multiple Defense______________________________________ 4-3 Lettermen Returning_ _______________________ 50 Lettermen Lost_____________________________ 23 Starters Returning___________________________ 14 Starters Lost_ ______________________________ 12

Media Relations

Football Contact______________________ Steve East Office Phone_____________________ (501) 450-5743 Mobile Phone_____________________ (501) 339-8215 E-Mail Address_____________________seast@uca.edu Media Relations Fax_ ______________ (501) 450-3151 Press Box Phone_ _________________ (501) 450-5743

* - Southland Conference Game

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2016 Opponents

Houston Baptist Huskies

Game 7

Vic Shealy

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2016 Opponents

2016

southeastern

Incarnate Word Cardinals November 5, 2016 • San Antonio, Texas (Gayle and Tom Benson Stadium)

Game 9

Series Record - Southeastern leads, 2-1 Website - www.uiwcardinals.com • Twitter - @UIWAthletics

General Information

Larry Kennan Head Coach

football

Trent Brittain Quarterback

2016 Schedule

Sept. 3 Texas A&M-Kingsville Sept. 8 at Northwestern State * Sept. 17 at Nicholls * Sept. 24 McNeese State * Oct. 1 at Texas State Oct. 8 Sam Houston State * Oct. 22 at Abilene Christian * Oct. 29 Stephen F. Austin * Nov. 5 Southeastern Louisiana * Nov. 12 at Lamar * Nov. 17 Houston Baptist *

Location_______________________ San Antonio, Texas Enrollment______________________________10,984 Founded_________________________________ 1881 Nickname_____________________________Cardinals Colors_______________________ Red, Black and White Conference_______________________Southland (SLC) National Affiliation___________________ NCAA I-FCS Stadium _____________ Gayle and Tom Benson Stadium Capacity_________________________________6,000 Turf_______________________________Hellas Matrix President_ ___________________ Dr. Louis J. Agnese, Jr. Athletic Director____________________John Williams University Website___________________ www.uiw.edu

Coaching Staff

Head Coach________________________Larry Kennan Alma Mater, Year_____________________ LaVerne, ‘66 Record at UIW (Years)__________________16-28 (5) Career Record (Years)_ _______________ 40-46-3 (9) Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities)______________ Todd Ivicic (AHC/DL/Special Teams), Tony Marciano (AHC/ OC), Brian Gamble (DC), Kyle Kennan (WR), Nick DeBose (DB), Larry Moore (RB), Sean Davis (QB), Robert Lyles (LB), Mike Barela (DB) Football Office Phone______________ (210) 805-3024

Series Information

Southeastern leads, 2-1 In Hammond_____________________ Series Tied, 1-1 In San Antonio______________ Southeastern leads, 1-0

Team Information

2015 Record_______________________________ 6-5 2015 Southland Record (Finish)___________ 5-4 (4th) Offense________________________________Multiple Defense___________________________________ 3-4 Lettermen Returning_ _______________________ 46 Lettermen Lost_____________________________ 22 Starters Returning___________________________ 19 Starters Lost_ _______________________________7

Media Relations

Football Contact____________________ Shane Meling Office Phone_____________________ (210) 805-3071 Mobile Phone_____________________ (903) 399-0455 E-Mail Address__________________ meling@uiwtx.edu Media Relations Fax_ ______________ (210) 805-3574 Press Box Phone_ _________________ (210) 283-6462

* - Southland Conference Game

Game 10

Abilene Christian Wildcats November 12, 2016 • Hammond, La. (Strawberry Stadium) Series Record - Abilene Christian leads, 2-1 Website - www.ACUsports.com • Twitter - @ACUsports, @ACUFootball

General Information

Ken Collums Head Coach

Running Back

2016 Schedule Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12

De’Andre Brown

at Air Force Northern Colorado at Houston Baptist * at Stephen F. Austin * Central Arkansas * Lamar * at Sam Houston State * Incarnate Word * at McNeese * Northwestern State * at Southeastern Louisiana *

Location__________________________ Abilene, Texas Enrollment_______________________________4,500 Founded_________________________________ 1906 Nickname_____________________________ Wildcats Colors__________________________Purple and White Conference_______________________Southland (SLC) National Affiliation___________________ NCAA I-FCS Stadium __________________________ Shotwell Stadium Capacity________________________________15,000 Turf___________________________________ FieldTurf President_ ______________________ Dr. Phil Schubert Athletic Director____________________ Lee De Leon University Website___________________ www.acu.edu

Coaching Staff

Head Coach________________________ Ken Collums Alma Mater, Year______________ Central Arkansas, ‘95 Record at ACU (Years)__________________22-23 (5) Career Record (Years)_ _________________22-23 (5) Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities)_____Darian Dulin (DC/S), Nathan Young (OC), Scott Carey (OL), Mark Ribaudo (LB/ST), Cody Moore (DL), Steven Thrash (WR), Ray Brown (CB), John David Baker (QB), Rodney Freeman (RB) Football Office Phone______________ (325) 674-2353

Series Information

Abilene Christian leads, 2-1 In Hammond____________________Abilene leads, 1-0 In Abilene_________________________Series tied, 1-1

Team Information

2015 Record_______________________________ 3-8 2015 Southland Record (Finish)___________ 3-6 (9th) Offense_ __________________________________Multiple Defense______________________________________ 4-3 Lettermen Returning_ _______________________ 42 Lettermen Lost_____________________________ 27 Starters Returning___________________________ 17 Starters Lost_ _______________________________8

Media Relations

Football Contact___________________ Lance Fleming Office Phone_____________________ (325) 674-2693 Mobile Phone_____________________ (325) 665-3543 E-Mail Address___________________flemingl@acu.edu Media Relations Fax_ ______________ (325) 674-6798 Press Box Phone_ ___ (325) 671-4673 or (325) 665-3543

* - Southland Conference Game

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2016

southeastern

Series Record - Nicholls leads, 13-12 Website - www.geauxcolonels.com • Twitter - @geauxcolonels, @Nicholls_FB

General Information

Head Coach

B.T. Sanders Defensive Back

2016 Schedule

Sept. 10 at Georgia Sept. 17 Incarnate Word * Sept. 24 at South Alabama Oct. 1 at McNeese State * Oct. 8 Stephen F. Austin * Oct. 15 at Houston Baptist * Oct. 22 Sam Houston State * Oct. 29 at Northwestern State * Nov. 3 Lamar * Nov. 12 at Central Arkansas * Nov. 17 Southeastern Louisiana *

Location_____________________ Thibodaux, Louisiana Enrollment_______________________________6,300 Founded_________________________________ 1948 Nickname_____________________________ Colonels Colors____________________________ Red and Grey Conference_______________________Southland (SLC) National Affiliation___________________ NCAA I-FCS Stadium_________Manning Field at John L. Guidry Stadium Capacity________________________________10,500 Turf__________________________ AstroTurf 3D Grass President_ ____________________ Dr. Bruce T. Murphy Athletic Director____________________Rob Bernardi University Website________________ www.nicholls.edu

Coaching Staff

Head Coach________________________ Tim Rebowe Alma Mater, Year________________________ LSU, ‘87 Record at NSU (Years)____________________3-8 (2) Career Record (Years)_ ___________________3-8 (2) Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities)______________ Rob Christophel (OC), Tommy Rybacki (DC), Anthony Camp (DL), Sean Murphy (WR), Brock Hayes (RB), Lee Roussel (OL), Brian Wallace (LB) Football Office Phone______________ (985) 448-4806

Series Information

Nicholls leads, 13-12 In Hammond_______________ Southeastern leads, 6-5 In Thibodaux______________________NSU leads, 7-4 In New Orleans_____________ Southeastern leads, 2-1

Team Information

2015 Record_______________________________ 3-8 2015 Southland Record (Finish)__________ 3-6 (t-8th) Offense_ ___________________________ Multiple Spread Defense___________________________________Multiple Lettermen Returning_ _______________________ 49 Lettermen Lost_____________________________ 23 Starters Returning___________________________ 18 Starters Lost_ _______________________________9

Media Relations

Football Contact____________________ Jamie Bustos Office Phone_____________________ (985) 448-4281 Mobile Phone_____________________ (419) 786-0415 E-Mail Address____________ jamie.bustos@nicholls.edu Media Relations Fax_ ______________ (985) 448-4814 Press Box Phone_ _________________ (985) 448-4845

* - Southland Conference Game

2016 Southland Composite Schedule Thursday, Sept. 1 Houston Baptist at Central Arkansas* (ASN) Friday, Sept. 2 Northwestern State at Baylor (FSN) Saturday, Sept. 3 Texas A&M-Kingsville at UIW Tarleton State at McNeese Coastal Carolina at Lamar (ESPN3) Stephen F.Austin at Texas Tech (FSN) Abilene Christian at Air Force Southeastern Louisiana at Oklahoma St. (FSN) Oklahoma Panhandle St. at Sam Houston St. (ESPN3) Thursday, Sept. 8 UIW at Northwestern State* (ASN) Saturday, Sept. 10 Nicholls at Georgia (SECN) West Alabama at Stephen F.Austin (ESPN3) Texas Southern at Houston Baptist (RSSW-TD) Northern Colorado at Abilene Christian Samford at Central Arkansas Lamar at Houston (ESPN3) McNeese at Louisiana-Lafayette (ESPN TBD) Southeastern Louisiana at Southern Utah Saturday, Sept. 17 UIW at Nicholls* Stephen F.Austin at McNeese* (ASN) Abilene Christian at Houston Baptist* (FCS) Sam Houston State at Lamar (ESPN3)* Northwestern State at Central Arkansas* Saturday, Sept. 24 Abilene Christian at Stephen F.Austin* (ESPN3)

McNeese at UIW* Sam Houston State at Houston Baptist* (FCS) Northwestern State at Southeastern Louisiana* (CST) Central Arkansas at Arkansas St. (ESPN TBD) Nicholls at South Alabama (ESPN TBD) Saturday, Oct. 1 Sam Houston State vs. Stephen F.Austin1* (ESPN3) Nicholls at McNeese* (CST) Southeastern Louisiana at Lamar (ESPN3)* Central Arkansas at Abilene Christian* (ASN) Houston Baptist at Western Kentucky UIW at Texas State (ESPN TBD) Saturday, Oct. 8 Stephen F.Austin at Nicholls* Sam Houston State at UIW* Lamar at Abilene Christian* McNeese at Southeastern Louisiana* Kentucky Wesleyan at Northwestern State Saturday, Oct. 15 Southeastern Louisiana at Stephen F. Austin* Central Arkansas at McNeese* Northwestern State at Lamar (ESPN3)* Nicholls at Houston Baptist* Abilene Christian at Sam Houston State (HC)* Saturday, Oct. 22 UIW at Abilene Christian (HC)* Sam Houston State at Nicholls* McNeese at Northwestern State (HC)* Central Arkansas at Lamar (HC)* Houston Baptist at Southeastern Louisiana (HC)* Saturday, Oct. 29 Abilene Christian at McNeese* Houston Baptist at Lamar (HC) (ESPN3)*

Stephen F.Austin at UIW* Nicholls at Northwestern State* Central Arkansas at Southeastern Louisiana* Texas Southern at Sam Houston State

nals (ESPN Networks), Campus Sites

Saturday, Nov. 5 Southeastern Louisiana at UIW (HC)* Lamar at Nicholls* Central Arkansas at Stephen F.Austin* Northwestern State at Abilene Christian* McNeese at Sam Houston State* Houston Baptist at UTEP

Saturday, Jan. 7 NCAA Division I Football Championship Game (ESPN Networks), Frisco,Texas

Saturday, Nov. 12 Stephen F.Austin at Houston Baptist* UIW at Lamar (ESPN3)* Sam Houston State at Northwestern State* Abilene Christian at Southeastern Louisiana* Nicholls at Central Arkansas* Thursday, Nov. 17 Southeastern Louisiana at Nicholls* (ASN) Houston Baptist at UIW* Saturday, Nov. 19 Northwestern State at Stephen F.Austin* Lamar at McNeese* Central Arkansas at Sam Houston State* Houston Baptist at UIW* Saturday, Nov. 26 NCAA Division I Championship – First Round (ESPN3), Campus Sites Saturday, Dec. 3 NCAA Division I Championship – Second Round (ESPN3), Campus Sites Friday-Saturday, Dec. 9-10 NCAA Division I Championship – Quarterfi-

Friday-Saturday, Dec. 16-17 NCAA Division I Championship – Semifinals (ESPN Networks), Campus Sites

All times Central and subject to change HC – Homecoming ASN – Southland Conference on American Sports Network CST – Cox Sports Television FCS – Fox College Sports FSN – Fox Sports Network ESPN3 – ESPN3 Exclusive MWN – Mountain West Network powered by Campus Insiders P12N – Pac-12 Networks RSSW-TD – Root Sports Southwest (Tape Delayed) SECN – Southeastern Conference Network SECN+ – Southeastern Conference Network Alternate 1 – NRG Stadium, Houston,Texas Bye Weeks: Sept. 3 – Nicholls Sept. 10 – Sam Houston State Sept. 17 – Southeastern Louisiana Sept. 24 – Lamar Oct. 1 – Northwestern State Oct. 8 – Central Arkansas, Houston Baptist Oct. 15 – UIW Oct. 22 – Stephen F.Austin Nov. 12 – McNeese Nov. 19 – Abilene Christian

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2016 Opponents/SLC composite

Nicholls State Colonels November 17, 2016 • Thibodaux, La. (John L. Guidry Stadium) • River Bell Classic

Game 11

Tim Rebowe

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2015 Results/Team Statistics

2016

southeastern

football

2015 Southeastern Football Results (4-7 Overall • 3-6 Southland • 2-3 Home • 2-4 Away) Date Sept. 3 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Oct. 1 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 19

Opponent at Northwestern State* Florida Tech at Ohio Lamar* at #13 McNeese State* Stephen F. Austin* at Houston Baptist* at Central Arkansas* Incarnate Word* at Abilene Christian* Nicholls*

Result Score W 34-20 W 28-17 L 14-35 W 30-27 L 7-21 L 27-28 W 22-7 L 16-21 L 2-16 L 17-21 L 24-27

Overall Southland Att. 1-0-0 1-0-0 10621 2-0-0 1-0-0 7759 2-1-0 1-0-0 22985 3-1-0 2-0-0 4520 3-2-0 2-1-0 13110 3-3-0 2-2-0 7037 4-3-0 3-2-0 1730 4-4-0 3-3-0 7427 4-5-0 3-4-0 3474 4-6-0 3-5-0 2500 4-7-0 3-6-0 5491

* - Southland Conference game

SLU SCORING 221 Points Per Game 20.1 Points off Turnovers 34 FIRST DOWNS 172 Rushing 94 Passing 65 Penalty 13 RUSHING YARDAGE 2088 Yards gained rushing 2388 Yards lost rushing 300 Rushing Attempts 476 Average Per Rush 4.4 Average Per Game 189.8 TDs Rushing 16 PASSING YARDAGE 1701 Comp-Att-Int 135-263-8 Average Per Pass 6.5 Average Per Catch 12.6 Average Per Game 154.6 TDs Passing 9 TOTAL OFFENSE 3789 Total Plays 739 Average Per Play 5.1 Average Per Game 344.5 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 39-776 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 18-195 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 12-242 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 19.9 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 10.8 INT RETURN AVERAGE 20.2 FUMBLES-LOST 31-20 PENALTIES-Yards 91-755 Average Per Game 68.6 PUNTS-Yards 69-2854 Average Per Punt 41.4 Net punt average 38.1 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 30:55 3RD-DOWN Conversions 57/166 3rd-Down Pct 34% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 10/20 4th-Down Pct 50% SACKS BY-Yards 27-199 MISC YARDS 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 29 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 6-11 ON-SIDE KICKS 0-0 RED-ZONE SCORES (21-27) 78% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (18-27) 67% PAT-ATTEMPTS (23-28) 82% ATTENDANCE 28281 Games/Avg Per Game 5/5656 SCORE BY QUARTERS Southeastern La. Opponents

1st 62 48

2nd 50 72

3rd 46 51

OPP 240 21.8 16 201 84 91 26 1730 2111 381 419 4.1 157.3 20 2114 183-341-12 6.2 11.6 192.2 10 3844 760 5.1 349.5 32-601 14-104 8-88 18.8 7.4 11.0 17-7 65-561 51.0 73-2959 40.5 37.0 29:05 63/171 37% 5/14 36% 21-127 0 31 8-14 0-0 (20-26) 77% (16-26) 62% (30-31) 97% 58373 6/9729

4th Total 63 221 69 240

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southeastern

PASSING D’Shaie Landor Donovan Isom Justin Alo Harrison Heim William French Cole LeBlanc Total Opponents

G 9 5 4 11 11 11 11 11

Loss Net Avg TD 36 590 5.8 3 29 485 4.5 3 4 258 4.6 3 107 189 3.0 4 5 139 4.6 0 64 132 2.8 0 0 117 7.8 1 6 74 4.1 0 0 60 4.6 1 0 30 7.5 0 9 21 3.5 0 0 8 4.0 1 1 4 2.0 0 0 3 3.0 0 3 3 1.5 0 2 -2 -2.0 0 2 -2 -2.0 0 12 -3 -0.8 0 20 -18 -9.0 0 300 2088 4.4 16 381 1730 4.1 20

Effic C-A-I Pct Yds 114.2 93-185-4 50.3 1228 107.4 34-61-2 55.7 344 67.1 6-14-2 42.9 88 293.2 1-1-0 100.0 23 251.2 1-1-0 100.0 18 0.0 0-1-0 0.0 0 110.9 135-263-8 51.3 1701 108.4 183-341-12 53.7 2114

RECEIVING G No. Brandon Acker 11 25 William French 11 20 Jeff Smiley 5 16 Byron Johnson 11 12 Chris Briggs 10 11 Dylan Bossier 10 9 Isaiah Kepley 11 7 Eugene Bethea 11 7 Da’Quan Smith 11 6 Kody Sutton 10 6 Jarrell Bennett 9 5 Julius Maracalin 9 4 Trey Hallman 10 2 Ryan Ramirez 10 2 Xavier Roberson 5 2 Harlan Miller 11 1 Total 11 135 Opponents 11 183

Lg Avg/G 74 65.6 68 48.5 29 51.6 81 21.0 25 12.6 28 26.4 22 23.4 13 6.7 17 6.0 14 3.0 10 1.9 6 0.8 5 0.4 3 0.3 6 3.0 0 -0.2 0 -0.5 7 -0.8 2 -1.6 81 189.8 77 157.3

TD 7 2 0 0 0 0 9 10

Lg Avg/G 76 136.4 47 68.8 24 22.0 23 2.1 18 1.6 0 0.0 76 154.6 67 192.2

Yds Avg TD 343 13.7 2 230 11.5 0 213 13.3 2 212 17.7 1 168 15.3 2 214 23.8 1 96 13.7 0 37 5.3 0 55 9.2 1 26 4.3 0 14 2.8 0 31 7.8 0 21 10.5 0 20 10.0 0 17 8.5 0 4 4.0 0 1701 12.6 9 2114 11.6 10

Lg Avg/G 41 31.2 54 20.9 67 42.6 76 19.3 47 16.8 62 21.4 24 8.7 14 3.4 13 5.0 7 2.6 7 1.6 15 3.4 12 2.1 14 2.0 11 3.4 4 0.4 76 154.6 67 192.2

PUNT RETURNS No. Harlan Miller 15 Micah Eugene 1 Derrick Raymond 1 Jeff Smiley 1 Total 18 Opponents 14

Yds Avg TD Long 157 10.5 0 38 8 8.0 0 8 0 0.0 0 0 30 30.0 0 30 195 10.8 0 38 104 7.4 0 19

INTERCEPTIONS No. Harlan Miller 4 Demarayeh Lane 2 Denzel Thompson 1 Jordan Batiste 1 Herbert Harris 1 Micah Eugene 1 Will Hines 1 Josh Dakin 1 Total 12 Opponents 8

Yds Avg TD Long 76 19.0 0 34 63 31.5 1 58 21 21.0 0 21 0 0.0 0 0 49 49.0 0 49 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 33 33.0 0 33 242 20.2 1 58 88 11.0 0 29

KICK RETURNS No. William French 11 Xavier Roberson 11 Micah Eugene 8 Eugene Bethea 3 Julius Maracalin 3 Dylan Fields 1 Trey Hallman 1 Kaelyn Henderson 1 Total 39 Opponents 32

Yds Avg TD Long 198 18.0 0 34 302 27.5 0 59 177 22.1 0 26 40 13.3 0 19 36 12.0 0 23 0 0.0 0 0 2 2.0 0 2 21 21.0 0 21 776 19.9 0 59 601 18.8 1 87

FUMBLE RETURNS No. Ashton Henderson 1 Solomon Parker 1 Tre’ Bennett 1 Total 3 Opponents 0

Yards Avg 45 45.0 7 7.0 49 49.0 101 33.7 0 0.0

TD Long 1 45 1 7 1 49 3 49 0 0

|----------- PATs -----------| SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points Jonathan Tatum 0 6-11 23-28 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 41 D’Shaie Landor 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1-1 0 0 24 Jeff Smiley 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 20 Kody Sutton 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 Xavier Roberson 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 Julius Maracalin 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 Chris Briggs 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Brandon Acker 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Da’Quan Smith 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Ashton Henderson 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Dylan Bossier 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Solomon Parker 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Tre’ Bennett 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Trey Hallman 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Demarayeh Lane 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Micah Eugene 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Byron Johnson 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 TEAM 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 2 Miki Fangatua 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 2 Total 29 6-11 23-28 0-0 1 1-1 0 2 221 Opponents 31 8-14 30-31 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 240

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2015 Individual Statistics

RUSHING GP Att Gain Julius Maracalin 9 102 626 Kody Sutton 10 108 514 Xavier Roberson 5 56 262 D’Shaie Landor 9 62 296 Eugene Bethea 11 30 144 Donovan Isom 5 47 196 Jeff Smiley 5 15 117 William French 11 18 80 Micah Eugene 10 13 60 Jake Ingraffia 10 4 30 Da’Quan Smith 11 6 30 Trey Hallman 10 2 8 Jarrell Bennett 9 2 5 Dylan Bossier 10 1 3 Turner Jackson 1 2 6 Derrick Raymond 10 1 0 TEAM 4 1 0 Justin Alo 4 4 9 Brandon Acker 11 2 2 Total 11 476 2388 Opponents. 11 419 2111

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2015 Individual Statistics

2016 TOTAL OFFENSE G D’ Shaie Landor 9 Julius Maracalin 9 Kody Sutton 10 Donovan Isom 5 Xavier Roberson 5 Eugene Bethea 11 Jeff Smiley 5 William French 11 Justin Alo 4 Micah Eugene 10 Jake Ingraffia 10 Harrison Heim 11 Da’Quan Smith 11 Trey Hallman 10 Jarrell Bennett 9 Dylan Bossier 10 Turner Jackson 1 TEAM 4 Derrick Raymond 10 Brandon Acker 11 Total 11 Opponents 11

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Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G 247 189 1228 1417 157.4 102 590 0 590 65.6 108 485 0 485 48.5 108 132 344 476 95.2 56 258 0 258 51.6 30 139 0 139 12.6 15 117 0 117 23.4 19 74 18 92 8.4 18 -3 88 85 21.2 13 60 0 60 6.0 4 30 0 30 3.0 1 0 23 23 2.1 6 21 0 21 1.9 2 8 0 8 0.8 2 4 0 4 0.4 1 3 0 3 0.3 2 3 0 3 3.0 1 -2 0 -2 -0.5 1 -2 0 -2 -0.2 2 -18 0 -18 -1.6 739 2088 1701 3789 344.5 760 1730 2114 3844 349.5

KICKOFFS No. Yards Avg Harrison Heim 46 2832 61.6 Total 46 2832 61.6 Opponents 51 2853 55.9

FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Pct 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk Jonathan Tatum 6-11 54.5 0-0 2-2 2-4 2-5 0-0 40 0 FG SEQUENCE Southeastern La. Northwestern State 46 Florida Tech 46 OHIO - Lamar 31,(40) McNeese State - Stephen F.Austin - Houston Baptist 39 Central Arkansas (25),(38),(40) Incarnate Word - Abilene Christian (29) Nicholls (35),44 Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made. PUNTING No. Harrison Heim 66 TEAM 2 D’Shaie Landor 1 Total 69 Opponents 73

Yds Avg Long TB 2798 42.4 71 6 45 22.5 45 0 11 11.0 11 0 2854 41.4 71 6 2959 40.5 63 3

OPPONENTS (37),(46) (44) (20),(20) 46,32 22,(29) 42,39 50,(45),(40) FC I20 Blkd 16 16 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 16 2 28 26 0

ALL PURPOSE G Julius Maracalin 9 Xavier Roberson 5 Kody Sutton 10 William French 11 Jeff Smiley 5 Brandon Acker 11 Micah Eugene 10 Harlan Miller 11 Dylan Bossier 10 Eugene Bethea 11 Byron Johnson 11 D’Shaie Landor 9 Chris Briggs 10 Donovan Isom 5 Isaiah Kepley 11 Da’Quan Smith 11 Demarayeh Lane 11 Herbert Harris 10 Josh Dakin 9 Trey Hallman 10 Jake Ingraffia 10 Kaelyn Henderson 8 Denzel Thompson 11 Ryan Ramirez 10 Jarrell Bennett 9 Turner Jackson 1 TEAM 4 Derrick Raymond 10 Justin Alo 4 Total 11 Opponents 11

TB 13 13 9

OB Retn Net YdLn 1 - - 1 18.8 42.8 22 0 19.9 37.2 27

Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G 590 31 0 36 0 657 73.0 258 17 0 302 0 577 115.4 485 26 0 0 0 511 51.1 74 230 0 198 0 502 45.6 117 213 30 0 0 360 72.0 -18 343 0 0 0 325 29.5 60 0 8 177 0 245 24.5 0 4 157 0 76 237 21.5 3 214 0 0 0 217 21.7 139 37 0 40 0 216 19.6 0 212 0 0 0 212 19.3 189 0 0 0 0 189 21.0 0 168 0 0 0 168 16.8 132 0 0 0 0 132 26.4 0 96 0 0 0 96 8.7 21 55 0 0 0 76 6.9 0 0 0 0 63 63 5.7 0 0 0 0 49 49 4.9 0 0 0 0 33 33 3.7 8 21 0 2 0 31 3.1 30 0 0 0 0 30 3.0 0 0 0 21 0 21 2.6 0 0 0 0 21 21 1.9 0 20 0 0 0 20 2.0 4 14 0 0 0 18 2.0 3 0 0 0 0 3 3.0 -2 0 0 0 0 -2 -0.5 -2 0 0 0 0 -2 -0.2 -3 0 0 0 0 -3 -0.8 2088 1701 195 776 242 5002 454.7 1730 2114 104 601 88 4637 421.5

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2016

southeastern

QBH . . 1 . . 1 1 . . 3 . . . 3 . . . 2 1 . 1 . 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 5

|----Fumbles----| Rcv-Yds FF . 1 . . . 2 . . 1-49 3 1- 0 . 1-45 . . . . . 1-0 . . . 1-0 . 1-7 . . 2 . . . . . . . 1 . . 1-0 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-101 10 20-0 21

Blkd Kick Saf . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . 1 2 3 .

Red-Zone Results (Offense)

Red-Zone Results (Defense)

Times Times Total Rush Pass FGs I---Failed to score in RZ ---I Opponent In RZ Scrd Pts TDs TDs TDs Made MFG Dwn Int F EOH EOG at Northwestern State 4 4 27 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Florida Tech 1 1 7 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Ohio 2 1 7 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Lamar 5 3 20 3 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 at McNeese 2 1 7 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Stephen F.Austin 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Houston Baptist 5 3 20 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 at Central Arkansas 2 2 10 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Incarnate Word 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Abilene Christian 3 3 17 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Nicholls 3 3 17 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 27 21 132 18 14 4 3 1 1 0 3 1 0 21 of 27 (77.8%)

Times Times Total Rush Pass FGs I---Failed to score in RZ ---I Opponent In RZ Scrd Pts TDs TDs TDs Made MFG Dwn Int F EOH EOG at Northwestern State 1 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Florida Tech 3 1 7 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 at Ohio 2 2 14 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Lamar 3 3 13 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 at McNeese 3 2 14 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Stephen F.Austin 3 3 21 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Houston Baptist 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Central Arkansas 3 2 14 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Incarnate Word 3 2 10 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 at Abilene Christian 3 2 14 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Nicholls 2 2 14 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 26 20 124 16 12 4 4 3 0 2 0 1 0 20 of 26 (76.9%)

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2015 Individual Statistics

|----------Tackles----------| |--Sacks--| |-----Pass Def-----| DEFENSIVE LEADERS GP Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yards Int-Yds BrUp 41 Herbert Harris 10 52 26 78 12.5-34 1.0-6 1-49 . 2D Micah Eugene 10 48 20 68 4.0-16 0.5-0 1-0 5 5D Jordan Batiste 11 47 19 66 7.0-36 4.0-27 1-0 3 1D Harlan Miller 11 39 10 49 5.5-13 . 4-76 10 33 Tre’ Bennett 11 26 19 45 6.5-33 1.0-24 . 2 21 JQ Sandolph 10 39 5 44 6.0-28 2.0-16 . 6 93 Ashton Henderson 11 23 20 43 7.0-25 2.5-18 . . 9D Denzel Thompson 11 37 5 42 4.0-16 . 1-21 5 24 Josh Dakin 9 16 11 27 1.5-2 . 1-33 1 92 Miki Fangatua 10 17 9 26 8.0-29 2.0-19 . . 43 Caleb Young 11 8 15 23 3.5-7 . . . 3D Will Hines 6 17 5 22 . . 1-0 1 52 Solomon Parker 11 18 4 22 5.5-22 2.5-13 . . 49 Aaron Price 11 16 5 21 8.0-39 5.0-26 . . 96 Tupou Aleamotua 10 8 13 21 1.5-3 0.5- 3 . . 97 Javari Nichols 10 7 12 19 2.0-5 . . . 45 A.J. Bowen 11 10 8 18 2.0-8 2.0-8 . . 26 Ryan Sigers 11 13 5 18 6.5-34 3.0-26 . 1 15 Dereck Robinson 8 7 8 15 1.0-0 . . 1 6D Javon Tillman 3 9 1 10 . . . 1 8D Kaelyn Henderson 8 9 1 10 1.0-3 . . . 94 Trent Williams 9 6 2 8 . . . . 32 Demarayeh Lane 11 5 3 8 1.0-1 . 2-63 2 29 Courtney Rutledge 11 6 . 6 . . . . 20 Aaron Craig 10 3 3 6 . . . 1 42 T.J.West 2 2 3 5 2.0-9 1.0-7 . . 4D Derrick Raymond 10 4 1 5 1.0-1 . . 2 46 Ja’Hmal Macklin 10 3 1 4 1.0-6 1.0-6 . 2 3 William French 11 3 1 4 . . . . 39 Harrison Heim 11 1 1 2 . . . . 10 D’Shaie Landor 9 2 . 2 . . . . 18 Eugene Bethea 11 2 . 2 . . . . 83 Kirk Elisar 4 2 . 2 . . . . 90 Taylor Cochran 1 1 . 1 . . . . 88 Brice Bishop 11 1 . 1 . . . . 55 Taylor Romero 11 1 . 1 . . . . 30 Cole LeBlanc 11 1 . 1 . . . . 7 Da’Quan Smith 11 . 1 1 . . . . 85 Byron Johnson 11 1 . 1 . . . . TM TEAM 4 1 . 1 . . . . 14 Jeff Smiley 5 1 . 1 . . . . 1 Xavier Roberson 5 1 . 1 . . . . 22 Julius Maracalin 9 1 . 1 . . . . Total 11 514 237 751 98-370 27-199 12-242 42 Opponents 11 540 292 832 63-248 21-127 8-88 35

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2015 Game Highs

2016

southeastern

football

Southeastern Individual Game Highs

Opponent Individual Game Highs

Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing TD Passes Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions Long Reception Field Goals Long Field Goal Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Punts inside 20 Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss Interceptions

Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing TD Passes Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions Long Reception Field Goals Long Field Goal Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Punts inside 20 Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss Interceptions

23 Kody Sutton at Houston Baptist (10/24/15) 156 Kody Sutton at Houston Baptist (10/24/15) 2 Kody Sutton at Northwestern State (Sep 03, 2015) D’Shaie Landor vs Lamar (Oct 01, 2015) 81 D’Shaie Landor at Northwestern State (Sep 03, 2015) 38 D’Shaie Landor vs Nicholls (Nov 19, 2015) 21 Donovan Isom at Ohio (Sep 19, 2015) 283 D’Shaie Landor vs Lamar (Oct 01, 2015) 2 Donovan Isom at Ohio (Sep 19, 2015) D’Shaie Landor vs Stephen F.Austin (Oct 17, 2015) D’Shaie Landor vs Nicholls (Nov 19, 2015) 76 D’Shaie Landor vs Stephen F.Austin (Oct 17, 2015) 7 Brandon Acker vs Nicholls (Nov 19, 2015) 135 Jeff Smiley vs Lamar (Oct 01, 2015) 2 Brandon Acker vs Nicholls (Nov 19, 2015) 76 Byron Johnson vs Stephen F.Austin (Oct 17, 2015) 3 Jonathan Tatum at Central Arkansas (Oct 31, 2015) 40 Jonathan Tatum vs Lamar (Oct 01, 2015) Jonathan Tatum at Central Arkansas (Oct 31, 2015) 10 Harrison Heim vs Florida Tech (Sep 12, 2015) Harrison Heim at McNeese State (Oct 10, 2015) 46.5 Harrison Heim vs Incarnate Word (Nov 07, 2015) 71 Harrison Heim vs Nicholls (Nov 19, 2015) 3 Harrison Heim vs Florida Tech (Sep 12, 2015) Harrison Heim vs Nicholls (Nov 19, 2015) 38 Harlan Miller at Abilene Christian (Nov 14, 2015) 59 Xavier Roberson vs Lamar (Oct 01, 2015) 16 Herbert Harris vs Nicholls (Nov 19, 2015) 2.0 Aaron Price vs Florida Tech (Sep 12, 2015) Jordan Batiste vs Stephen F.Austin (Oct 17, 2015) JQ Sandolph at Abilene Christian (Nov 14, 2015) 3.0 Herbert Harris vs Stephen F.Austin (Oct 17, 2015) JQ Sandolph at Abilene Christian (Nov 14, 2015) Herbert Harris vs Nicholls (Nov 19, 2015) 2 Harlan Miller at Northwestern State (Sep 03, 2015) Demarayeh Lane vs Florida Tech (Sep 12, 2015)

Team Game Highs Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Punts inside 20 Long Punt Return

61 438 8.0 5 38 21 283 13.5 2 82 539 6.6 34 6 24 16 151 5 5 10 45.0 71 3 38

at Northwestern State (Sep 03, 2015) vs Lamar (Oct 01, 2015) at Northwestern State (Sep 03, 2015) at Central Arkansas (Oct 31, 2015) at Northwestern State (Sep 03, 2015) vs Nicholls (Nov 19, 2015) at Ohio (Sep 19, 2015) vs Lamar (Oct 01, 2015) vs Lamar (Oct 01, 2015) at Ohio (Sep 19, 2015) vs Stephen F.Austin (Oct 17, 2015) vs Nicholls (Nov 19, 2015) vs Lamar (Oct 01, 2015) vs Lamar (Oct 01, 2015) vs Lamar (Oct 01, 2015) at Northwestern State (Sep 03, 2015) at Northwestern State (Sep 03, 2015) at Houston Baptist (10/24/15) vs Florida Tech (Sep 12, 2015) vs Florida Tech (Sep 12, 2015) vs Incarnate Word (Nov 07, 2015) vs Florida Tech (Sep 12, 2015) vs Florida Tech (Sep 12, 2015) at McNeese State (Oct 10, 2015) at Northwestern State (Sep 03, 2015) vs Nicholls (Nov 19, 2015) vs Nicholls (Nov 19, 2015) vs Florida Tech (Sep 12, 2015) vs Nicholls (Nov 19, 2015) at Abilene Christian (Nov 14, 2015)

27 Blake Veasley, at Central Arkansas (Oct 31, 2015) 191 Blake Veasley, at Central Arkansas (Oct 31, 2015) 2 Papi White, at Ohio (Sep 19, 2015) Ryan Ross, at McNeese State (Oct 10, 2015) 77 Terrance Peters, at Houston Baptist (10/24/15) 56 Sean Ashley, vs Florida Tech (Sep 12, 2015) 30 Sean Ashley, vs Florida Tech (Sep 12, 2015) 426 Sean Ashley, vs Florida Tech (Sep 12, 2015) 3 Hunter Taylor, vs Stephen F.Austin (Oct 17, 2015) 67 Derrius Vick, at Ohio (Sep 19, 2015) 14 T.J. Lowder, vs Florida Tech (Sep 12, 2015) 152 T.J. Lowder, vs Florida Tech (Sep 12, 2015) 2 De’Quan Ruffin, vs Stephen F.Austin (Oct 17, 2015) 67 Brendan Cope, at Ohio (Sep 19, 2015) 2 Chris Moore, at Northwestern State (Sep 03, 2015) Alex Ball, vs Lamar (Oct 01, 2015) Franci Condado, vs Nicholls (Nov 19, 2015) 46 Chris Moore, at Northwestern State (Sep 03, 2015) 9 Jean Breaux, at McNeese State (Oct 10, 2015) 48.8 Christi Guzman, at Houston Baptist (10/24/15) 63 Christi Guzman, at Houston Baptist (10/24/15) 5 Jean Breaux, at McNeese State (Oct 10, 2015) Matt Spencer, at Central Arkansas (Oct 31, 2015) 19 Brandon Cox, at Central Arkansas (Oct 31, 2015) 87 Rodney Randle, vs Lamar (Oct 01, 2015) 15 Ronnie Jones, vs Lamar (Oct 01, 2015) Cody Moncure, at Houston Baptist (10/24/15) 3.0 John Franklin, vs Stephen F.Austin (Oct 17, 2015) 4.0 John Franklin, vs Stephen F.Austin (Oct 17, 2015) 1 Desmond Lacey, at Northwestern State (Sep 03, 2015) Jace Browne, vs Florida Tech (Sep 12, 2015) Xavier Bethany, vs Lamar (Oct 01, 2015) LaTravien Gee, at Houston Baptist (10/24/15) Bobby Watkins, at Central Arkansas (Oct 31, 2015) Troy Lara, vs Incarnate Word (Nov 07, 2015) Padyn Giebler, vs Incarnate Word (Nov 07, 2015) Ahmani Martin, vs Nicholls (Nov 19, 2015)

Opponent Team Game Highs Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Punts inside 20 Long Punt Return

55 299 6.9 3 61 30 426 12.8 3 84 461 7.9 35 4 30 11 99 9 2 9 48.8 63 5 19

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vs Nicholls (Nov 19, 2015) at Central Arkansas (Oct 31, 2015) vs Lamar (Oct 01, 2015) at Ohio (Sep 19, 2015) at McNeese State (Oct 10, 2015) at Central Arkansas (Oct 31, 2015) vs Nicholls (Nov 19, 2015) vs Florida Tech (Sep 12, 2015) vs Florida Tech (Sep 12, 2015) vs Florida Tech (Sep 12, 2015) at Ohio (Sep 19, 2015) vs Stephen F.Austin (Oct 17, 2015) vs Florida Tech (Sep 12, 2015) at Ohio (Sep 19, 2015) at Ohio (Sep 19, 2015) at Ohio (Sep 19, 2015) at McNeese State (Oct 10, 2015) vs Stephen F.Austin (Oct 17, 2015) vs Florida Tech (Sep 12, 2015) vs Florida Tech (Sep 12, 2015) vs Florida Tech (Sep 12, 2015) vs Florida Tech (Sep 12, 2015) vs Incarnate Word (Nov 07, 2015) at McNeese State (Oct 10, 2015) at Houston Baptist (10/24/15) at Houston Baptist (10/24/15) at McNeese State (Oct 10, 2015) at Central Arkansas (Oct 31, 2015) at Central Arkansas (Oct 31, 2015)


2016

southeastern

football

Player of the Year: Kade Harrington, Lamar (RB) Offensive Player of the Year: Jared Johnson, Sam Houston State (QB) Defensive Player of the Year: Wallace Scott, McNeese State (DB) Offensive Lineman of the Year: Donald Jackson III, Sam Houston State (OT) Freshman of the Year: Jabari Butler,Abilene Christian (DB) Newcomer of the Year: Myke Tavarres, Incarnate Word (LB) Coach of the Year: Matt Viator, McNeese State

2015 All-Southland Conference Football Teams

First-Team Offense Pos. Name QB Jared Johnson RB Kade Harrington RB Corey Avery TE/HB Cole Wick WR Ed Eagan WR Desmond Smith WR Reggie Begelton OL Donald Jackson III OL Quinton Marsh OL Kyle Stouffer OL Cody Elenz OL Bret Treadway AP Ed Eagan PK Chris Moore

University Ht. Sam Houston State 6-1 Lamar 5-9 Sam Houston State 5-10 Incarnate Word 6-7 Northwestern State 5-10 Central Arkansas 6-1 Lamar 6-2 Sam Houston State 6-2 McNeese State 6-3 Central Arkansas 6-7 Lamar 6-4 Lamar 6-3 Northwestern State 5-10 Northwestern State 6-0

Wt. 215 190 190 255 193 201 200 290 310 316 290 280 193 215

Cl. Hometown Jr. Grand Prairie,Texas Jr. Kingwood,Texas So. Dallas,Texas Sr. Hallettsville,Texas Sr. New Orleans, La. Jr. Bentonville,Ark. Sr. Beaumont,Texas Sr. Kilgore,Texas Sr. Dickinson,Texas Sr. Dallas,Texas Sr. Copperas Cove,Texas Jr. Silsbee,Texas Sr. New Orleans, La. Sr. Plano,Texas

First-Team Defense Pos. Name University Ht. DL Jonathan Woodard Central Arkansas 6-6 DL P.J. Hall Sam Houston State 6-1 DL Isaiah Golden McNeese State 6-2 DL Larance Hale Lamar 6-2 LB Myke Tavarres Incarnate Word 6-2 LB Bo Brown McNeese State 6-1 LB Sam Denmark Abilene Christian 6-1 DB Harlan Miller Southeastern La. 6-1 DB Wallace Scott McNeese State 6-1 DB Trenier Orr Sam Houston State 5-11 DB Tremon Smith Central Arkansas 6-0 DB Jabari Butler Abilene Christian 5-11 P Jean Breaux McNeese State 5-10 KR Ed Eagan Northwestern State 5-10 PR Harlan Miller Southeastern La. 6-1

Wt. Cl. Hometown 271 Sr. Brentwood,Tenn. 280 So. Seguin,Texas 335 So. Carthage,Texas 280 Jr. Tatum,Texas 220 Sr. Lake Oswego, Ore. 216 Sr. Katy,Texas 230 So. Las Cruces, N.M. 180 Sr. Kentwood, La. 211 Sr. Weyanoke, La. 180 Sr. Orlando, Fla. 185 So. Anniston,Ala. 180 Fr. Potomac, Md. 172 Sr. Scott, La. 193 Sr. New Orleans, La. 180 Sr. Kentwood, La.

Second-Team Offense Pos. Name University Ht. QB Daniel Sams McNeese State 6-2 RB Blake Veasley Central Arkansas 6-0 RB Ryan Ross McNeese State 5-9 TE/HB Zach Hetrick McNeese State 6-3 WR Kent Shelby McNeese State 6-3 WR Gerald Thomas Sam Houston State 5-10 WR Yedidiah Louis Sam Houston State 5-8 OL Joe Graves Southeastern La. 6-3 OL Codey Funk Abilene Christian 6-6 OL Ben Jones McNeese State 6-5 OL Pace Murphy Northwestern State 6-6 OL Byron Williams Stephen F.Austin 6-4 AP Yedidiah Louis Sam Houston State 5-8 PK Jace Denker Central Arkansas 6-1

Wt. Cl. Hometown 198 Sr. Slidell, La. 205 Sr. Cherry Valley,Ark. 205 So. Richwood,Texas 250 Jr. Baton Rouge, La. 194 So. New Orleans, La. 183 Sr. The Colony,Texas 187 So. Richardson,Texas 320 Sr. Covington, La. 325 Sr. Gridley, Ill. 283 Sr. Nederland,Texas 296 Sr. Houston,Texas 302 Sr. Dickinson,Texas 187 So. Richardson,Texas 188 Sr. Bryant,Ark.

Second-Team Defense Pos. Name University Ht. DL Ashton Henderson Southeastern La. 6-1 DL Derek Floyd Central Arkansas 6-2 DL Cameron Smith McNeese State 6-3 DL John Franklin Stephen F.Austin 6-4 LB Herbert Harris Southeastern La. 6-1 LB Ricky Wyatt Central Arkansas 5-11 LB Ashari Goins McNeese State 5-10 DB Jordan Batiste Southeastern La. 5-10 DB Mikell Everett Sam Houston State 5-11 DB Dominique Hill McNeese State 5-10 DB Kobie Douglas Incarnate Word 5-9 DB B.T. Sanders Nicholls 6-0 P Lachlan Edwards Sam Houston State 6-5 KR Rodney Randle Lamar 5-10 PR Jonathan Epps Abilene Christian 5-9

Wt. Cl. Hometown 320 Sr. Tulsa, Okla. 248 Sr. Dallas,Texas 238 Sr. Tamarac, Fla. 284 So. Greenville,Texas 225 Sr. Clinton, Miss. 222 Sr. Monroe, La. 200 So. Monroe, La. 185 Sr. Gramercy, La. 185 Sr. Kent,Wash. 177 So. Mansfield, La. 162 Sr. Plano,Texas 190 Jr. Foley,Ala. 215 Sr. Victoria,Australia 200 Fr. Beaumont,Texas 170 Sr. Fort Worth,Texas

Honorable Mention (SLU players only): Travis Romero, OL;A.J. Bowen, DL;Tre’ Bennett, LB; Micah Eugene, DB

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2015 All-Southland Teams

2015 Southland Conference Individual Superlative Winners


2015 Southland Statistics

2016

southeastern

2015 Final Southland Conference Standings Standings McNeese State Sam Houston State Central Arkansas Lamar Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State Southeastern La. Nicholls Houston Baptist Incarnate Word^ Abilene Christian^ ^-Ineligible

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

Pct. 1.000 .778 .778 .444 .444 .444 .333 .333 .333 .556 .333

PF 266 399 286 297 281 277 179 195 223 191 223

PA 111 187 200 265 258 329 188 262 284 251 284

Overall 10-1 11-4 7-4 5-6 4-7 4-7 4-7 3-8 3-8 6-5 3-8

2015 TEAM Statistics SCORING OFFENSE G TD 1. Sam Houston State 15 81 2. Lamar 11 52 3. McNeese State 11 43 4. Stephen F.Austin 11 42 5. Central Arkansas 11 37 6. Northwestern State 11 37 7. Abilene Christian 11 38 8. Incarnate Word 11 29 9. Southeastern La. 11 29 10. Nicholls 11 25 11. Houston Baptist 11 20

2XP 80 52 36 38 29 35 32 24 23 24 19

XP 0 0 0 1 4 0 3 1 1 0 0

DXP 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FG Saf Pts Avg 14 3 616 41.1 10 0 394 35.8 12 1 332 30.2 8 0 316 28.7 17 0 310 28.2 16 1 307 27.9 2 0 272 24.7 8 1 226 20.5 6 2 221 20.1 7 0 195 17.7 6 0 157 14.3

RUSHING OFFENSE G Att Yards Avg. TD Yds/G 1. Lamar 11 443 2935 6.6 29 266.8 2. Sam Houston State 15 727 3817 5.3 43 254.5 3. McNeese State 11 510 2566 5.0 25 233.3 4. Stephen F.Austin 11 403 2294 5.7 18 208.5 5. Central Arkansas 11 509 2185 4.3 22 198.6 6. Northwestern State 11 481 2130 4.4 21 193.6 7. Southeastern La. 11 476 2088 4.4 16 189.8 8. Nicholls 11 486 1996 4.1 17 181.5 9. Incarnate Word 11 383 1425 3.7 15 129.5 10. Houston Baptist 11 345 1394 4.0 11 126.7 11. Abilene Christian 11 362 1249 3.5 17 113.5 SCORING DEFENSE G TD XP 2XP 1. McNeese State 11 18 16 0 2. Southeastern La. 11 31 30 0 3. Central Arkansas 11 35 32 1 4. Incarnate Word 11 36 36 0 5. Sam Houston State 15 57 52 0 6. Lamar 11 43 37 2 7. Nicholls 11 46 45 0 8. Abilene Christian 11 45 35 1 9. Stephen F.Austin 11 47 42 1 10. Houston Baptist 11 54 50 0 11. Northwestern State 11 60 51 3

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FG Saf 7 0 8 0 11 0 12 3 9 0 11 1 10 3 17 0 12 0 6 2 6 0

Pts Avg 145 13.2 240 21.8 277 25.2 294 26.7 421 28.1 334 30.4 357 32.5 358 32.5 362 32.9 396 36.0 435 39.5

RUSHING DEFENSE G Rushes Yards Avg. TD Yds/G 1. McNeese State 11 339 961 2.8 4 87.4 2. Central Arkansas 11 357 1469 4.1 15 133.5 3. Southeastern La. 11 419 1730 4.1 20 157.3 4. Incarnate Word 11 436 1774 4.1 17 161.3 5. Stephen F.Austin 11 443 2033 4.6 20 184.8 6. Sam Houston State 15 605 2975 4.9 26 198.3 7. Houston Baptist 11 448 2271 5.1 25 206.5 8. Lamar 11 508 2503 4.9 28 227.5 9. Abilene Christian 11 444 2568 5.8 20 233.5 10. Nicholls 11 505 2681 5.3 31 243.7 11. Northwestern State 11 472 3025 6.4 41 275.0 PASS OFFENSE G Att Cmp Int 1. Sam Houston State 15 548 309 7 2. Abilene Christian 11 393 247 12 3. Stephen F.Austin 11 396 225 10 4. Central Arkansas 11 343 222 4 5. Incarnate Word 11 377 195 15 6. Northwestern State 11 274 172 9 7. Lamar 11 280 158 13 8. McNeese State 11 291 147 9 9. Southeastern La. 11 263 135 8 10. Nicholls 11 261 144 10 11. Houston Baptist 11 268 121 16

Pct. 56.4 62.8 56.8 64.7 51.7 62.8 56.4 50.5 51.3 55.2 45.1

Yds Avg TD Yds/G 4158 7.6 33 277.2 2698 6.9 21 245.3 2413 6.1 21 219.4 2382 6.9 14 216.5 2357 6.3 10 214.3 2225 8.1 13 202.3 1872 6.7 19 170.2 1810 6.2 15 164.5 1701 6.5 9 154.6 1623 6.2 8 147.5 1452 5.4 7 132.0

TOTAL OFFENSE G Rush Pass Plays Yards Avg/P TD Yds/G 1. Sam Houston State 15 3817 4158 1275 7975 6.3 76 531.7

Pct. .909 .733 .636 .455 .364 .364 .364 .273 .273 .545 .273

PF 332 616 310 394 316 307 221 195 272 226 272

2. Lamar 3. Stephen F.Austin 4. Central Arkansas 5. McNeese State 6. Northwestern State 7. Abilene Christian 8. Southeastern La. 9. Incarnate Word 10. Nicholls 11. Houston Baptist

football PA Home Away Neutral Streak 145 5-1 5-0 0-0 Lost 1 421 7-1 3-3 1-0 Lost 1 277 3-2 4-2 0-0 Lost 1 334 2-3 3-3 0-0 Lost 1 362 3-2 1-4 0-1 Lost 1 435 3-2 1-5 0-0 Won 1 240 2-3 2-4 0-0 Lost 4 357 1-3 2-5 0-0 Won 1 358 3-2 0-6 0-0 Lost 1 294 4-1 2-4 0-0 Won 1 358 3-2 0-6 0-0 Lost 1 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

2935 2294 2185 2566 2130 1249 2088 1425 1996 1394

1872 2413 2382 1810 2225 2698 1701 2357 1623 1452

723 799 852 801 755 755 739 760 747 613

4807 4707 4567 4376 4355 3947 3789 3782 3619 2846

PASS DEFENSE G Att Cmp Int 1. Nicholls 11 288 169 7 2. Southeastern La. 11 341 183 12 3. Incarnate Word 11 301 180 15 4. Houston Baptist 11 268 181 4 5. Northwestern State 11 267 156 7 6. McNeese State 11 368 191 7 7. Lamar 11 324 178 10 8. Sam Houston State 15 480 249 17 9. Abilene Christian 11 330 185 10 10. Stephen F.Austin 11 314 189 8 11. Central Arkansas 11 388 213 17

Pct. 58.7 53.7 59.8 67.5 58.4 51.9 54.9 51.9 56.1 60.2 54.9

TOTAL DEFENSE G 1. McNeese State 11 2. Southeastern La. 11 3. Incarnate Word 11 4. Central Arkansas 11 5. Houston Baptist 11 6. Sam Houston State 15 7. Nicholls 11 8. Stephen F.Austin 11 9. Lamar 11 10. Abilene Christian 11 11. Northwestern State 11

Rush 961 1730 1774 1469 2271 2975 2681 2033 2503 2568 3025

Pass 2341 2114 2147 2800 2272 3227 1960 2726 2365 2411 2312

Plys 707 760 737 745 716 1085 793 757 832 774 739

KICKOFF RETURNS G 1. McNeese State 11 2. Abilene Christian 11 3. Incarnate Word 11 4. Lamar 11 5. Stephen F.Austin 11 6. Southeastern La. 11 7. Sam Houston State 15 8. Central Arkansas 11 9. Northwestern State 11 10. Houston Baptist 11 11. Nicholls 11

Ret 30 41 40 38 44 39 46 43 52 50 42

Yds TD Avg 766 0 25.5 923 0 22.5 886 1 22.1 828 1 21.8 944 0 21.5 776 0 19.9 903 0 19.6 840 0 19.5 942 1 18.1 873 0 17.5 680 0 16.2

PUNT RETURN AVG G 1. Houston Baptist 11 2. Central Arkansas 11 3. Abilene Christian 11 4. Sam Houston State 15 5. Southeastern La. 11 6. Incarnate Word 11 7. McNeese State 11 8. Lamar 11 9. Nicholls 11 10. Northwestern State 11 11. Stephen F.Austin 11

Ret 10 16 11 28 18 22 21 20 11 8 14

Yds TD Avg 153 2 15.3 202 1 12.6 129 0 11.7 319 2 11.4 195 0 10.8 233 1 10.6 216 0 10.3 204 1 10.2 38 0 3.5 19 0 2.4 12 0 0.9

6.6 5.9 5.4 5.5 5.8 5.2 5.1 5.0 4.8 4.6

48 39 36 40 34 38 25 25 25 18

437.0 427.9 415.2 397.8 395.9 358.8 344.5 343.8 329.0 258.7

Yds Avg TD Yds/G 1960 6.8 14 178.2 2114 6.2 10 192.2 2147 7.1 14 195.2 2272 8.5 23 206.5 2312 8.7 19 210.2 2341 6.4 11 212.8 2365 7.3 13 215.0 3227 6.7 29 215.1 2411 7.3 25 219.2 2726 8.7 20 247.8 2800 7.2 19 254.5

Yards Avg TD Yds/G 3302 4.7 15 300.2 3844 5.1 30 349.5 3921 5.3 31 356.5 4269 5.7 34 388.1 4543 6.3 48 413.0 6202 5.7 55 413.5 4641 5.9 45 421.9 4759 6.3 40 432.6 4868 5.9 41 442.5 4979 6.4 45 452.6 5337 7.2 60 485.2

PUNTING G No. Yards Avg/P PR Avg TBg Net/P 1. McNeese State 11 58 2491 42.9 110 1.9 4 39.7 2. Southeastern La. 11 69 2854 41.4 104 1.5 6 38.1 3. Central Arkansas 11 64 2575 40.2 77 1.2 3 38.1 4. Sam Houston State 15 76 3149 41.4 137 1.8 8 37.5 5. Lamar 11 52 1947 37.4 81 1.6 0 35.9

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2016 Abilene Christian Northwestern State Incarnate Word Stephen F.Austin Nicholls Houston Baptist

11 11 11 11 11 11

PASS EFFICIENCY 1. Northwestern State 2. Sam Houston State 3. Central Arkansas 4. Abilene Christian 5. Lamar 6. Stephen F.Austin 7. McNeese State 8. Southeastern La. 9. Nicholls 10. Incarnate Word 11. Houston Baptist

G 11 15 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

54 47 50 62 72 68

2077 1792 1930 2481 2634 2791

38.5 38.1 38.6 40.0 36.6 41.0

90 76 57 302 95 432

1.7 1.6 1.1 4.9 1.3 6.4

Att Cmp Pct 274 172 62.8 548 309 56.4 343 222 64.7 393 247 62.8 280 158 56.4 396 225 56.8 291 147 50.5 263 135 51.3 261 144 55.2 377 195 51.7 268 121 45.1

Int 9 7 4 12 13 10 9 8 10 15 16

Yds 2225 4158 2382 2698 1872 2413 1810 1701 1623 2357 1452

3 2 6 1 3 5

TD Effic 13 140.1 33 137.4 14 134.2 21 132.0 19 125.7 21 120.5 15 113.6 9 110.9 8 109.9 10 105.0 7 87.3

Gained Lost TURNOVER MARGIN G Fum Int Tot Fum Int Tot 1. Central Arkansas 11 6 17 23 10 4 14 2. Lamar 11 13 10 23 5 13 18 3. McNeese State 11 17 7 24 11 9 20 4. Sam Houston State 15 7 17 24 16 7 23 5. Northwestern State 11 10 7 17 8 9 17 6. Abilene Christian 11 7 10 17 6 12 18 Stephen F.Austin 11 11 8 19 10 10 20 8. Incarnate Word 11 8 15 23 10 15 25 9. Nicholls 11 10 7 17 16 10 26 Southeastern La. 11 7 12 19 20 8 28 11. Houston Baptist 11 7 4 11 7 16 23 PASS DEF EFFICIENCY 1. Southeastern La. 2. McNeese State 3. Sam Houston State 4. Central Arkansas 5. Lamar 6. Incarnate Word 7. Nicholls 8. Abilene Christian 9. Stephen F.Austin 10. Northwestern State 11. Houston Baptist

G 11 11 15 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

Att Cmp Int 341 183 12 368 191 7 480 249 17 388 213 17 324 178 10 301 180 15 288 169 7 330 185 10 314 189 8 267 156 7 268 181 4

Pct. 53.7 51.9 51.9 54.9 54.9 59.8 58.7 56.1 60.2 58.4 67.5

FIRST DOWNS G Rush Pass Pen Total 1. Sam Houston State 15 212 183 19 414 2. Central Arkansas 11 113 111 18 242 3. Stephen F.Austin 11 109 109 22 240 4. Northwestern State 11 107 99 21 227 5. Lamar 11 127 80 19 226 6. Abilene Christian 11 70 128 19 217 McNeese State 11 123 75 19 217 8. Incarnate Word 11 63 106 23 192 9. Nicholls 11 97 77 14 188 10. Southeastern La. 11 94 65 13 172 11. Houston Baptist 11 75 59 12 146 3RD-DN CONVERSIONS G Conv Att 1. Sam Houston State 15 111 243 2. Stephen F.Austin 11 71 170 3. Abilene Christian 11 67 162 4. Northwestern State 11 66 161 5. Central Arkansas 11 74 181 6. McNeese State 11 62 168 7. Lamar 11 48 133 8. Incarnate Word 11 60 167 9. Nicholls 11 56 163 10. Southeastern La. 11 57 166 11. Houston Baptist 11 40 142

Pct 45.7 41.8 41.4 41.0 40.9 36.9 36.1 35.9 34.4 34.3 28.2

OPP. 1ST DOWNS G Rush Pass Pen Total 1. McNeese State 11 54 94 15 163 2. Incarnate Word 11 93 91 12 196 3. Southeastern La. 11 84 91 26 201 4. Central Arkansas 11 79 104 21 204 5. Stephen F.Austin 11 98 109 17 224 6. Abilene Christian 11 130 93 12 235 7. Houston Baptist 11 114 110 13 237 8. Nicholls 11 126 97 16 239 9. Lamar 11 127 94 24 245 10. Northwestern State 11 141 96 23 260 11. Sam Houston State 15 140 123 25 288

Yds 2114 2341 3227 2800 2365 2147 1960 2411 2726 2312 2272

35.7 35.7 35.1 34.8 34.4 33.2

Mar Per/G +9 0.82 +5 0.45 +4 0.36 +1 0.07 +0 0.00 -1 -0.09 -1 -0.09 -2 -0.18 -9 -0.82 -9 -0.82 -12 -1.09

TD Effic 10 108.4 11 111.4 29 121.2 19 122.9 13 123.3 14 125.1 14 127.0 25 136.4 20 149.0 19 149.4 23 164.1

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OPP 3RD-DN CONVERT G Conv Att 1. McNeese State 11 47 163 2. Sam Houston State 15 73 227 3. Central Arkansas 11 54 158 4. Southeastern La. 11 63 171 5. Lamar 11 65 173 6. Nicholls 11 62 157 7. Incarnate Word 11 68 163 8. Stephen F.Austin 11 73 162 9. Northwestern State 11 61 132 10. Abilene Christian 11 75 158 11. Houston Baptist 11 63 132

Pct 28.8 32.2 34.2 36.8 37.6 39.5 41.7 45.1 46.2 47.5 47.7

SACKS BY G Sacks Yards 1. Sam Houston State 15 30 186 Central Arkansas 11 30 194 3. Southeastern La. 11 27 199 4. Lamar 11 25 158 5. McNeese State 11 24 162 6. Stephen F.Austin 11 20 111 7. Northwestern State 11 16 97 Incarnate Word 11 16 105 Houston Baptist 11 16 74 10. Nicholls 11 12 62 11. Abilene Christian 11 11 77 SACKS AGAINST G Sacks Yards 1. Lamar 11 5 37 2. McNeese State 11 15 99 3. Central Arkansas 11 16 107 4. Southeastern La. 11 21 127 Sam Houston State 15 21 126 6. Stephen F.Austin 11 23 161 7. Incarnate Word 11 24 130 8. Northwestern State 11 27 156 9. Nicholls 11 28 171 Houston Baptist 11 28 185 11. Abilene Christian 11 41 246 PENALTIES G No 1. Abilene Christian 11 50 2. Incarnate Word 11 53 3. Houston Baptist 11 59 4. Northwestern State 11 60 5. Sam Houston State 15 84 6. McNeese State 11 67 7. Stephen F.Austin 11 63 8. Central Arkansas 11 67 9. Nicholls 11 74 10. Southeastern La. 11 91 11. Lamar 11 94

Yds Avg/G 420 38.2 463 42.1 510 46.4 543 49.4 775 51.7 581 52.8 627 57.0 628 57.1 684 62.2 755 68.6 822 74.7

FIELD GOALS G Made Att 1. Houston Baptist 11 6 7 2. Northwestern State 11 16 19 3. Central Arkansas 11 17 21 4. Lamar 11 10 13 5. Stephen F.Austin 11 8 12 6. Nicholls 11 7 11 7. McNeese State 11 12 19 8. Sam Houston State 15 14 23 9. Southeastern La. 11 6 11 10. Incarnate Word 11 8 17 11. Abilene Christian 11 2 7 OPPONENT PENALTIES G No 1. Stephen F.Austin 11 78 2. Lamar 11 84 3. Nicholls 11 75 4. McNeese State 11 68 5. Abilene Christian 11 75 6. Sam Houston State 15 90 7. Southeastern La. 11 65 8. Houston Baptist 11 61 9. Central Arkansas 11 59 10. Incarnate Word 11 61 11. Northwestern State 11 55

Pct .857 .842 .810 .769 .667 .636 .632 .609 .545 .471 .286

Yds Avg/G 711 64.6 703 63.9 647 58.8 627 57.0 623 56.6 771 51.4 561 51.0 549 49.9 548 49.8 516 46.9 506 46.0

PAT KICKING G Made Att Pct 1. Sam Houston State 15 80 80 1.000 Lamar 11 52 52 1.000 3. Nicholls 11 24 25 .960 4. Stephen F.Austin 11 38 40 .950 Houston Baptist 11 19 20 .950 6. Northwestern State 11 35 37 .946

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34 31 26 42 28

.941 .935 .923 .857 .821

4TH-DN CONVERSIONS G Conv Att 1. McNeese State 11 14 22 2. Abilene Christian 11 15 28 3. Central Arkansas 11 9 18 Southeastern La. 11 10 20 5. Sam Houston State 15 14 29 6. Northwestern State 11 10 21 7. Nicholls 11 8 17 8. Stephen F.Austin 11 9 21 Incarnate Word 11 12 28 10. Lamar 11 7 18 11. Houston Baptist 11 6 17

Pct 63.6 53.6 50.0 50.0 48.3 47.6 47.1 42.9 42.9 38.9 35.3

2015 Individual Statistics RUSHING Team 1. Harrington, Kade LU 2. Cory Avery SHSU 3. Sams, Daniel MCN 4. Veasley, Blake UCA 5. Ross, Ryan MCN 6. Easly, Loren SFA 7. Llorens, De’Mard NWST 8. Henry, Michael NICH 9. De’Andre Brown ACU 10. Maracalin, Julius SLU

Conv Att 4 21 7 20 5 14 13 31 9 19 6 11 14 25 8 14 12 18 13 19 10 14

Cl G Att JR 11 266 SO 15 194 SR 11 192 SR 11 191 SO 11 144 FR 10 126 JR 11 173 SR 11 200 SO 11 147 FR 9 102

Yds Avg TD Long Yds/G 2092 7.9 21 80 190.2 1483 7.6 15 78 98.9 934 4.9 11 76 84.9 899 4.7 11 56 81.7 891 6.2 9 58 81.0 759 6.0 4 80 75.9 820 4.7 11 53 74.5 768 3.8 7 28 69.8 735 5.0 5 70 66.8 590 5.8 3 74 65.6

INTERCEPTIONS Team Cl G Int Yds TD Long Int/G 1. Jabari Butler ACU FR 11 6 114 0 49 0.55 2. Smith,Tremon UCA SO 11 5 43 0 37 0.45 Watkins, Bobby UCA SR 11 5 42 0 22 0.45 4. Lara,Troy UIW SR 10 4 51 0 25 0.40 5. Miller, Harlan SLU SR 11 4 76 0 34 0.36 Johnson, Robert UIW SR 11 4 25 0 15 0.36 7. Randle, Rodney LU FR 9 3 49 0 51 0.33 8. Martin,Ahmani NICH FR 11 3 64 0 29 0.27 Williams,Tyler UCA JR 11 3 11 0 11 0.27 10. Mikell Everette SHSU SR 14 3 89 0 58 0.21

TIME OF POSSESSION G Total Time Avg/G 1. McNeese State 11 372:05 33:49 2. Central Arkansas 11 359:07 32:38 3. Northwestern State 11 356:55 32:26 4. Southeastern La. 11 340:02 30:54 5. Abilene Christian 11 335:38 30:30 6. Incarnate Word 11 335:03 30:27 7. Stephen F.Austin 11 325:27 29:35 8. Sam Houston State 15 435:37 29:02 9. Nicholls 11 318:41 28:58 10. Lamar 11 301:04 27:22 11. Houston Baptist 11 284:45 25:53 OPP 4TH-DN CONVERT G 1. McNeese State 11 2. Incarnate Word 11 3. Southeastern La. 11 4. Sam Houston State 15 5. Central Arkansas 11 6. Houston Baptist 11 7. Lamar 11 8. Stephen F.Austin 11 9. Northwestern State 11 10. Nicholls 11 11. Abilene Christian 11

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Pct 19.0 35.0 35.7 41.9 47.4 54.5 56.0 57.1 66.7 68.4 71.4

KICKOFF COVERAGE G No. 1. Incarnate Word 11 49 2. Southeastern La. 11 46 3. Lamar 11 72 4. Central Arkansas 11 62 5. Stephen F.Austin 11 59 6. McNeese State 11 65 7. Abilene Christian 11 49 8. Sam Houston State 15 105 9. Northwestern State 11 64 10. Houston Baptist 11 36 11. Nicholls 11 44

Yds Avg 3034 61.9 2832 61.6 4565 63.4 3847 62.0 3433 58.2 3880 59.7 2861 58.4 6151 58.6 3716 58.1 1939 53.9 2505 56.9

Retn TB NetAvg 573 16 43.7 601 13 42.8 889 31 42.4 1072 12 40.9 832 10 40.7 987 16 39.6 756 9 39.3 1707 18 38.9 745 25 38.6 514 2 38.5 747 5 37.7

RED ZONE OFFENSE G RZ 1. Nicholls 11 21-24 2. Central Arkansas 11 32-37 3. Lamar 11 37-44 4. Sam Houston State 15 60-73 5. Houston Baptist 11 17-21 6. Northwestern State 11 29-36 7. Southeastern La. 11 21-27 8. Abilene Christian 11 30-40 9. McNeese State 11 35-47 10. Incarnate Word 11 25-35 11. Stephen F.Austin 11 27-38

Pct. TDs 87.5 17 86.5 20 84.1 29 82.2 49 81.0 13 80.6 18 77.8 18 75.0 28 74.5 25 71.4 18 71.1 21

R/P 11/6 15/5 18/11 37/12 8/5 13/5 14/4 12/16 17/8 12/6 13/8

FG-AT F/Int/D/Other 4-5 1/0/0/1 12-12 2/0/0/3 8-9 1/2/2/1 11-14 2/2/4/2 4-4 1/1/2/0 11-13 0/1/4/0 3-4 3/0/1/1 2-6 2/1/1/2 10-13 1/1/6/1 7-10 3/1/2/1 6-9 3/1/3/1

RED ZONE DEFENSE G RZ 1. McNeese State 11 9-16 2. Nicholls 11 39-56 3. Southeastern La. 11 20-26 4. Stephen F.Austin 11 29-36 5. Lamar 11 35-43 6. Houston Baptist 11 41-49 7. Incarnate Word 11 26-31 8. Central Arkansas 11 27-32 9. Sam Houston State 15 39-46 10. Abilene Christian 11 42-48 11. Northwestern State 11 42-47

Pct. TDs 56.2 6 69.6 32 76.9 16 80.6 19 81.4 25 83.7 37 83.9 17 84.4 18 84.8 32 87.5 28 89.4 37

R/P 3/3 26/6 12/4 12/7 21/4 21/16 11/6 8/10 18/14 15/13 30/7

FG-AT F/Int/D/Other 3-4 2/1/2/1 7-12 3/2/4/3 4-7 0/2/0/1 10-14 3/0/0/0 10-12 3/0/3/0 4-7 2/0/0/3 9-9 1/1/3/0 9-9 1/3/1/0 7-8 0/1/5/0 14-16 1/1/2/0 5-6 1/0/0/3

PASSING AVG/GM Team 1. Brittain,Trent UIW 2. Conque, Zach SFA 3. Hildebrand, Hayden UCA 4. Parker McKenzie ACU 5. Jared Johnson SHSU 6. Sams, Daniel MCN 7. Rivers, Stephen NWST 8. Landor, D’Shaie SLU 9. Jeremiah Briscoe SHSU 10. Minden, Joe LU

Cl G Att SO 11 352 JR 11 303 SO 10 208 JR 11 247 JR 14 292 SR 11 278 SR 10 166 JR 9 185 SO 14 246 SR 10 201

Cmp Int 183 13 177 8 132 4 161 9 168 2 137 9 108 5 93 4 135 5 116 11

Yds TD Avg/G 2254 9 204.9 1933 16 175.7 1707 12 170.7 1855 14 168.6 2216 18 158.3 1666 13 151.5 1394 9 139.4 1228 7 136.4 1883 14 134.5 1296 12 129.6

PASS EFFICIENCY Team 1. Hildebrand, Hayden UCA 2. Rivers, Stephen NWST 3. Blumenthal, Joel NWST 4. Jared Johnson SHSU 5. Parker McKenzie ACU 6. Jeremiah Briscoe SHSU 7. Conque, Zach SFA 8. Klann, Landry NICH 9. Minden, Joe LU 10. Dallas Sealey ACU

Cl G Att SO 10 208 SR 10 166 SO 10 29 JR 14 292 JR 11 247 SO 14 246 JR 11 303 SR 10 96 SR 10 201 FR 11 138

Cmp Int 132 4 108 5 19 1 168 2 161 9 135 5 177 8 53 4 116 11 83 3

Yds TD 1707 12 1394 9 264 1 2216 18 1855 14 1883 14 1933 16 698 4 1296 12 824 4

TOTAL OFFENSE Team 1. Brittain,Trent UIW 2. Sams, Daniel MCN 3. Conque, Zach SFA 4. Jared Johnson SHSU 5. Harrington, Kade LU 6. Hildebrand, Hayden UCA 7. Parker McKenzie ACU 8. Landor, D’Shaie SLU 9. Figaro,Tuskani NICH 10. Rivers, Stephen NWST

Cl G Rush Pass Plays Total Yds/G SO 11 407 2254 443 2661 241.9 SR 11 934 1666 470 2600 236.4 JR 11 554 1933 442 2487 226.1 JR 14 470 2216 394 2686 191.9 JR 11 2092 0 267 2092 190.2 SO 10 -17 1707 231 1690 169.0 JR 11 -99 1855 292 1756 159.6 JR 9 189 1228 247 1417 157.4 JR 9 456 925 258 1381 153.4 SR 10 -20 1394 192 1374 137.4

PUNT RETURN AVG Team Cl G 1. Jonathan Epps ACU SR 10 2. Cox, Brandon UCA SO 11 3. Bush, David MCN SR 11 4. Miller, Harlan SLU SR 11 5. Nelson, Jayce LU SR 10 6. Gerald Thomas SHSU SR 15 7. Edwards, Kody UIW SO 10

Ret 10 15 16 15 10 19 12

Eff. 147.6 147.5 146.5 140.3 139.7 133.9 124.1 121.7 120.6 115.5

Yds TD Long Avg 128 0 28 12.8 185 1 93 12.3 188 0 51 11.8 157 0 38 10.5 102 0 44 10.2 189 1 78 9.9 91 0 25 7.6

RECEPTIONS/GAME Team Cl G Rec Yds TD Long Rec/G 1. Smith, Desmond UCA JR 11 67 817 2 51 6.09 2. Begelton, Reggie LU SR 10 56 542 5 35 5.60 3. Eagan, Ed NWST SR 11 58 745 4 65 5.27

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SHSU UCA SHSU ACU SFA ACU SFA

SO JR SR SR SO SR SO

14 11 13 10 10 11 10

71 49 54 41 41 45 39

994 536 838 464 382 688 364

7 4 9 4 4 7 1

63 53 64 58 66 55 44

5.07 4.45 4.15 4.10 4.10 4.09 3.90

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KICK RETURN AVG Team 1. Randle, Rodney LU 2. Byron Proctor ACU 3. Eagan, Ed NWST 4. Sylvester, Robert SFA 5. Wilson, Jatavious UCA 6. Taylor, Brandon HBU

Cl G Ret Yds TD Long Avg FR 9 26 635 1 87 24.4 FR 10 22 524 0 80 23.8 SR 11 34 797 1 97 23.4 SO 10 21 443 0 39 21.1 JR 11 29 565 0 58 19.5 SO 9 23 401 0 29 17.4

RECEIVE YDS/GAME Team 1. Smith, Desmond UCA 2. Yedidiah Louis SHSU 3. Eagan, Ed NWST 4. LaDarius Brown SHSU 5. Cedric Gilbert ACU 6. Shelby, Kent MCN 7. Gerald Thomas SHSU 8. Edwards, Kody UIW 9. Begelton, Reggie LU 10. Wilson, Jatavious UCA

Cl G Rec Yds TD Long Yds/G JR 11 67 817 2 51 74.3 SO 14 71 994 7 63 71.0 SR 11 58 745 4 65 67.7 SR 13 54 838 9 64 64.5 SR 11 45 688 7 55 62.5 SO 11 36 668 6 78 60.7 SR 15 51 903 6 86 60.2 SO 10 38 561 2 73 56.1 SR 10 56 542 5 35 54.2 JR 11 49 536 4 53 48.7

PUNTING Team 1. Breaux, Jean MCN 2. Heim, Harrison SLU 3. Lachlan Edwards SHSU 4. Spencer, Matt UCA 5. Bruno, Nick SFA 6. Coto, Ramon UIW 7. Austin Kilcullen ACU 8. Wickman,Andy NWST 9. St. Germain,Tyler NICH 10. Carranco, Juan LU

Cl G Punt Yds Long Avg SR 11 58 2491 73 42.9 FR 11 66 2798 71 42.4 SR 15 74 3074 62 41.5 SR 11 61 2498 59 41.0 SR 10 62 2481 54 40.0 SO 11 48 1910 62 39.8 JR 10 45 1735 60 38.6 SR 11 46 1754 51 38.1 SO 11 68 2566 64 37.7 JR 11 52 1947 64 37.4

ALL PURPOSE Team 1. Harrington, Kade LU 2. Eagan, Ed NWST 3. Cory Avery SHSU 4. Wilson, Jatavious UCA 5. Edwards, Kody UIW 6. Yedidiah Louis SHSU 7. Ross, Ryan MCN 8. Jonathan Epps ACU 9. Veasley, Blake UCA 10. West, Joshawa SFA

Cl G JR 11 SR 11 SO 15 JR 11 SO 10 SO 14 SO 11 SR 10 SR 11 JR 10

SCORING Team 1. Harrington, Kade LU 2. Moore, Chris NWST 3. Ball,Alex LU 4. Cory Avery SHSU 5. Veasley, Blake UCA 6. Denker, Jace UCA 7. Juhl, Mason SFA 8. Conque, Zach SFA 9. Llorens, De’Mard NWST Sams, Daniel MCN

Cl G TD XPT FG 2XP Pts Pts/G JR 11 23 0 0 0 138 12.5 SR 11 0 35 16 0 83 7.5 SO 11 0 52 10 0 82 7.5 SO 15 18 0 0 0 108 7.2 SR 11 13 0 0 0 78 7.1 SR 11 0 29 15 0 74 6.7 SR 9 0 35 8 0 59 6.6 JR 11 11 0 0 2 68 6.2 JR 11 11 0 0 0 66 6.0 SR 11 11 0 0 0 66 6.0

SCORING (TDs) Team 1. Harrington, Kade LU 2. Cory Avery SHSU 3. Veasley, Blake UCA 4. Conque, Zach SFA 5. Sams, Daniel MCN Llorens, De’Mard NWST 7. Herschel Sims ACU 8. Ross, Ryan MCN 9. LaDarius Brown SHSU

Cl G TD Rush Pass Ret PAT JR 11 23 21 2 0 0 SO 15 18 15 3 0 0 SR 11 13 11 2 0 0 JR 11 11 11 0 0 1 SR 11 11 11 0 0 0 JR 11 11 11 0 0 0 SR 10 9 9 0 0 1 SO 11 9 9 0 0 0 SR 13 10 1 9 0 0

Rush 2092 38 1483 125 0 19 891 9 899 617

Rcv 216 745 214 536 561 994 124 464 99 211

PR 0 19 2 17 91 124 0 128 0 0

KR Yds Avg/G 39 2347 213.4 797 1599 145.4 0 1699 113.3 565 1243 113.0 475 1127 112.7 390 1527 109.1 22 1037 94.3 330 931 93.1 16 1014 92.2 82 910 91.0

Pts 138 108 78 68 66 66 56 54 60

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FIELD GOALS Team 1. Moore, Chris NWST 2. Denker, Jace UCA 3. Ball,Alex LU 4. Juhl, Mason SFA 5. Seidel, Cody UIW Condado, Francisco NICH 7. Shinn,Travis HBU Tatum, Jonathan SLU 9. Breaux, Jean MCN 10. Zach Lehr ACU

Cl G FG FGA Pct. SR 11 16 19 84.2 SR 11 15 17 88.2 SO 11 10 13 76.9 SR 9 8 11 72.7 FR 11 7 11 63.6 SR 11 7 11 63.6 SR 10 6 7 85.7 FR 10 6 11 54.5 SR 11 5 8 62.5 FR 11 2 6 33.3

SCORING (KICK) Team 1. Moore, Chris NWST 2. Ball,Alex LU 3. Denker, Jace UCA 4. Juhl, Mason SFA 5. Tatum, Jonathan SLU 6. Condado, Francisco NICH Seidel, Cody UIW 8. Shinn,Travis HBU 9. Zach Lehr ACU 10. Breaux, Jean MCN

Cl G SR 11 SO 11 SR 11 SR 9 FR 10 SR 11 FR 11 SR 10 FR 11 SR 11

PATs 35-37 52-52 29-31 35-36 23-28 24-25 24-26 17-18 31-33 13-16

FIELD GOAL PCT Team 1. Denker, Jace UCA 2. Moore, Chris NWST 3. Ball,Alex LU 4. Juhl, Mason SFA 5. Condado, Francisco NICH Seidel, Cody UIW 7. Tatum, Jonathan SLU

Cl G SR 11 SR 11 SO 11 SR 9 SR 11 FR 11 FR 10

FG 15 16 10 8 7 7 6

PAT KICKING PCT Team 1. Ball,Alex LU 2. Juhl, Mason SFA 3. Condado, Francisco NICH 4. Moore, Chris NWST 5. Zach Lehr ACU 6. Denker, Jace UCA 7. Seidel, Cody UIW 8. Tatum, Jonathan SLU

Cl G Made Att Pct. SO 11 52 52 100.0 SR 9 35 36 97.2 SR 11 24 25 96.0 SR 11 35 37 94.6 FR 11 31 33 93.9 SR 11 29 31 93.5 FR 11 24 26 92.3 FR 10 23 28 82.1

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FG/G 1.45 1.36 0.91 0.89 0.64 0.64 0.60 0.60 0.45 0.18

Pts Pts/G 83 7.5 82 7.5 74 6.7 59 6.6 41 4.1 45 4.1 45 4.1 35 3.5 37 3.4 28 2.5

FGA Long 17 45 19 52 13 49 11 48 11 45 11 37 11 40

Pct. 88.2 84.2 76.9 72.7 63.6 63.6 54.5

SACKS Team Cl G Pos Solo Ast Yds Total Avg/G 1. P. J. Hall SHSU SO 15 DE 9 2 61 10.0 0.67 2. Tavarres, Myke UIW SR 11 LB 8 1 61 8.5 0.77 3. Hale, Larance LU JR 11 DE 7 1 50 7.5 0.68 4. Floyd, Derek UCA SR 10 DE 3 6 43 6.0 0.60 5. Franklin, John SFA SO 11 DE 6 0 41 6.0 0.55 6. Woodard, Jonathan UCA SR 11 DE 3 5 22 5.5 0.50 7. Price,Aaron SLU SR 11 DL 5 0 26 5.0 0.45 8. Hebert, Geoffrey NICH SO 11 LB 4 1 18 4.5 0.41 Moss, Logan LU SR 11 LB 4 1 17 4.5 0.41 10. Jones, Ronnie LU SR 11 LB 4 0 30 4.0 0.36 TACKLES FOR LOSS Team Cl G Pos Solo Ast 1. Tavarres, Myke UIW SR 11 LB 20 5 2. Hale, Larance LU JR 11 DE 18 7 3. P. J. Hall SHSU SO 15 DE 16 5 4. Wyatt, Ricky UCA SR 11 LB 11 7 5. Harris, Herbert SLU SR 10 12 1 6. Woodard, Jonathan UCA SR 11 DE 6 9 7. Hill, Dominique MCN SO 11 DB 8 4 8. Floyd, Derek UCA SR 10 DE 5 9 9. White, Hezekiah NICH SO 11 LB 7 5 10. Luis Carreno SHSU JR 15 DE 9 1

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Yds Total Avg/G 109 22.5 2.05 97 21.5 1.95 86 18.5 1.23 41 14.5 1.32 34 12.5 1.25 35 10.5 0.95 34 10.0 0.91 51 9.5 0.95 19 9.5 0.86 23 9.5 0.63

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All-Time Honors

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ALL-LOUISIANA INTERCOLLEGIATE 1946

1965

Harry Nunez, HB; Charlie Whitney, HB; Earl Dieterich, E; Billy Andrews, C; Ronnie Frederick, G; Steve Seabolt, T; Henry Andrews, G

Pat Kenelly, E; John Mitchell, G; Angie Antonelli, C; Jerome Davis, HB; Al Ramboli, HB

1966

1947

Duane Floyd, E; Billy Andrews, LB; Ronnie Frederic, G; Fred Gary, G; Charlie Whitney, HB

Angie Antonelli, C; Jerome Davis, HB

ALL-GULF STATES CONFERENCE 1948

1967

Dan Brewer, QB; Mack Faul, FB; David LeSage, S

Brisco Dugas, FB

1949

1968

Noel Wilkins, E

David LeSage, S; Bobby Vicknair, DT; Ronnie Hornsby, LB; Wayne Sullivan, P

1950

Noel Wilkins, E; Robert Morse, G; Leo Jones, HB

1951

Bill Callery, T; Joe Andrew, G; Walt Andrews, C; Robert Morse, G; Hubert Polk, HB

1969

Ronnie Hornsby, LB; Roger Gill, DE; Bobby Vicknair, DT; Johnny Daigle, DB; Steve Keller, DB; Joe Jordan, C; Denny Smith, P

1970

Ronnie Hornsby, LB; Roger Gill, DE; Bobby Vicknair, DT; Leslie Hymel, DB; Ted Glaser, TB; Joe Jordan, OT

1952

Bill Callery, T; Joe Andrew, G; Ed Welch, HB

ALL-GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE 1971

1953

Kerry Duplessis, DB; Duke Tunnard, TE

Bobby Jennings, C; Ray Porta, QB; Don Marino, HB

1972

1954

Huey Husser, E; Gerald Stone, T; Tommy Bell, HB; Don Marino, HB; Ray Porta, QB

Mike Klein, DB; Billy Percy, LB; Bobby Hill, WR

1973

Alan Klein, MG

1955

1974

Huey Husser, E; Dan Fournet, G

Alan Klein, MG; Nolan Gill, TE; Horace Belton, RB; Frank Vendt, OG; Don Short, DB

1956

Huey Husser, E; Tommy Bell, HB

1975

1957

Billy Murray, C

Ken Bailey, C

1976

1958

C.J. Alexander, HB

Don Griffin, QB (Offensive Player of the Year); Wallace Taylor, TE; Horace Belton, RB

1959

1977

Keen Jackson, T; Frank Londono, K; James Magruder, P

C.J. Alexander, HB; Duane Grom, T

1960

Paul Alexander, T; Wilbur Derrick, HB; Elbert Harris, QB

1961

Paul Alexander, T; Billy Johnson, C; Billy Ladner, HB; Sam Gourrier, G

1962

Carroll Goulas, G; Monty Crook, DB

1963

Maxie Williams, T; Ronnie Booksh, G

1964

Maxie Williams, T; Ellis Johnson, HB; Ronnie Frederic, G; Earl Dieterich, E; Jerry Joe Dunaway, CB; Harry Nunez, FB

1978

Anthony Vereen, DB; Wayne LeBlanc, DT; Calvin Favron, DE; James Magruder, P

ALL-LOUISIANA 1971

Kerry Duplessis, DB

1972

Mike Klein, DB

1975

Horace Belton, RB

1977

James Magruder, P

1978

James Magruder, P

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1979

Lyle Walker, OG

1980

John Stanley, C

1981

Oscar Lofton (Coach of the Year)

1982

Jerry Butler, RB (2nd Team)

1983

Bret Wright, P; Jerry Butler, RB (2nd Team)

1984

Scott Senner, P

1985

Willie Shepherd, NG

2003

Brett Beard, DE (2nd Team)

2004

Felton Huggins, WR; Martin Hankins, QB; osh Taylor, TE; Kenard White, OL (2nd Team); Ray Perkins, RB (2nd Team)

2005

2014

Ryan Adams. K; Bryan Bennett, QB; Jonathan Braddock, OL; Isiah Corbett, LB; Harlan Miller, DB (HM); Devante Scott, WR (HM)

2015

Harlan Miller, DB; Joe Graves, OL (2nd Team); Micah Eugene, DB (2nd Team); Ashton Henderson, DL (HM)

ALL-INDEPENDENT 2003

Victor Carter, OL; Brett Beard, DE; Marvin Jones, LB; Jim Hall, P’ Keylam Davis, RS (Specialist of the Year); Martin Hankins, QB (2nd Team); Kenard White, OL (2nd Team); David Daniels, CB (HM)

ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE 2005

Felton Huggins, WR; Hutch Gonzales, WR (2nd Team); Josh Taylor, TE (2nd Team); Calvin Greenwood, OL (2nd Team); Derrick Mincey, DL (2nd Team); Duriel Adams, DB (2nd Team); Jim Hall, P (2nd Team); Trey Willie, QB (HM); Donald Usry, C (HM); Rudy Johnson, DE (HM); David Daniels, LB (HM); Demoris Hardiman, LB (HM); Charles Hall, CB (HM)

2006

Jay Lucas, RB (HM; Newcomer of the Year); Donald Usry, OL (2nd Team)

Donald Usry, OL; Jay Lucas, RB (2nd Team); Steven Smith, DL (2nd Team); Tommy Connors, DB (2nd Team); Jim Hall, P (2nd Team); Crawford Kilpatrick, WR (HM); Marquis Rogers, DL (HM); Demoris Hardiman, LB (HM); Corlando McChristion, DB (HM)

2007

2007

Josh Taylor, TE (2nd Team); Duriel Adams, DB (2nd Team); Felton Huggins, WR (2nd Team)

2006

Jeff Turner, K (2nd Team)

2008

Tommy Connors, DB; Mark Newbill, LB (2nd Team); Simmie Yarborough, WR (Freshman of the Year)

2009

Mark Newbill, LB; Re’Keem Wilson, DB (2nd Team); Simmie Yarborough, WR (HM); David Ward, OL (HM); Mike Lucas (Coach of the Year)

2010

Simmie Yarborough, WR; Tommy Connors, DB; Kevin Hughes, OL (2nd Team); Nathan Clophus, DL (2nd Team); Mark Newbill, LB (2nd Team)

2011

Josh Penton, OL (2nd Team)

2012

Robert Alford, DB; Jeremy Meyers, TE (2nd Team); Devan Walker, LB (2nd Team)

2013

Bryan Bennett, QB (Offensive Player of the Year, Newcomer of the Year); Cqulin Hubert, LB; Harlan Miller, DB; Gasten Gabriel, OL (2nd Team); Marshall Paris, OL (2nd Team); Jeremy Meyers, TE (2nd Team); Jacob Newman, DL (2nd Team); Xavier Roberson, KR (2nd Team); Seth Sebastian, K (2nd Team)’ Ron Roberts (Coach of the Year)

Jay Lucas, RB; Jeff Turner, PK; Earl Cager, OL (2nd Team); Eric Jackson, DB (2nd Team); Tommy Connors, DB (2nd Team); Byron Ross, WR (HM); Mark Newbill, LB (HM); Antonio Richardson, LB (HM); Eric Jackson, RS (HM)

2008

Tommy Connors, DB; Marquis Powell, DB (2nd Team); Simmie Yarborough, WR (Freshman of the Year/HM); Jay Lucas, RB (HM); Brad Bardy, OL (HM); Kevin Hughes, OL (HM); Devin Boutwell, DL (HM); Steven Honore, DE (HM); Quinten Pierre, LB (HM); Marquis Powell, RS (HM)

2009

Mark Newbill, LB; Re’Keem Wilson, DB; Jasper Ducksworth, RB (2nd Team); Simmie Yarborough, TE (2nd Team); David Ward, OL (2nd Team); Chris Wilson, WR (HM); Kevin Hughes, OL (HM); Jeff Turner, K (HM) Jeff Turner, PK (HM); Quinten Pierre, LB (HM) Paul Moneaux, LS (HM)

2010

Tommy Connors, DB; Simmie Yarborough, WR (2nd Team); Kevin Hughes, OL (2nd Team); Nathan Clophus, DL (2nd Team); Mark Newbill, LB (2nd Team); Ryan Godare, LB (HM); Re’Keem Wilson, DB (HM); Josh Penton, OL (HM)

2011

Simmie Yarborough, WR; Josh Penton, OL (2nd Team); Robert Alford, DB (2nd Team); Brandon Collins, WR (HM); Jordan Wells, KR (Freshman of the Year/HM); Gasten Gabriel, OL (HM); Matt McCormick, P (HM)

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2016

southeastern

Robert Alford, DB; Gasten Gabriel, OL (2nd Team); Xavier Roberson, AP (2nd Team); Devan Walker, LB (2nd Team); Beau Mothe, P (2nd Team); Jeremy Meyers, TE (HM); Tony McCrea, WR (HM); Tyler Stoddard, DB (HM) Todd Washington, DB (HM); Tramaine Lucas, DL (HM)

2013

Bryan Bennett, QB (Player of the Year); Cqulin Hubert, LB (Defensive Player of the Year); Xavier Roberson, AP; Marshall Paris, OL; Gasten Gabriel, OL; Seth Sebastian, K; Harlan Miller, DB; Xavier Roberson, KR; Rasheed Harrell, RB (2nd Team); Tony McCrea, WR (2nd Team); Jacob Newman, DL (2nd Team); Isiah Corbett, LB (2nd Team); Theo Alexander, DB (2nd Team); Matt McCormick, P (2nd Team); Jeremy Meyers, TE (HM); Marquis Fruge’, WR (HM); Joe Graves, OL (HM); Jonathan Braddock, OL (HM); Jeremy Williams, DL (HM); Greg Triay, DL (HM); Justin Church, LB (HM); Todd Washington, DB (HM); Tyler Stoddard, DB (HM); Marice Sutton, DB (HM)

2014

Bryan Bennett, QB (Offensive Player of the Year); Ryan Adams, K; Jonathan Braddock, OL; Isiah Corbett, LB; Harlan Miller, DB; Jacob Newman, DL (2nd Team); Xavier Roberson, AP (2nd Team); Xavier Roberson, KR (2nd Team); Devante Scott, WR (2nd Team); Tyler Stoddard, DB (2nd Team); Denzel Thompson, DB (2nd Team); Jordan Batiste, DB (HM); A.J. Bowen, DL (HM); Micah Eugene, DB (HM); Drew Misita, LB (HM); Jeff Smiley, WR (HM)

2015

Harlan Miller, DB; Harlan Miller, PR; Joe Graves, OL (2nd Team); Ashton Henderson, DL (2nd Team); Herbert Harris, LB (2nd Team); Jordan Batiste, DB (2nd Team), A.J. Bowen, DL (HM); Micah Eugene, DB (HM); Travis Romero, OL (HM); Tre’ Bennett, LB (HM)

ACADEMIC ALL-SOUTHLAND 2005

Jim Hall, K . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kinesiology Steven Smith, DL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Accounting

2006

Keithshone Dantzler, LB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kinesiology Johnny Flowers, OL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . General Studies Jim Hall, P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Biology

2007

Tommy Connors, DB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Accounting Johnny Flowers, OL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Biology

2008

Brad Bardy, OL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kinesiology Tommy Connors, DB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Accounting Cole Wardell, TE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . General Business

2009

David Ward, OL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Biology

2010

Nathan Clophus, DL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . General Studies Tommy Connors, DB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marketing Sam Fairley, RB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . General Studies

2013

Joe Graves, OL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Undecided John Graves, DB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . General Studies Marshall Paris, OL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . General Studies Greg Triay, DL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sport Management

2014

Isiah Corbett, LB (S-A of the Year) . . . . . . . General Studies Joe Graves, OL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Social Studies Education Jacob Newman, DL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . General Studies

NFF Hampshire Honor Society 2010 Brad Bardy, OL

2011

Cole Wardell, TE

WALTER PAYTON AWARD

The Sports Network established the Walter Payton Player of the Year Award in 1987, and it is presented annually to the most outstanding college football player on the FCS level. 2004 - Martin Hankins, QB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7th 2013 - Bryan Bennett, QB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8th 2014 - Bryan Bennett, QB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21st

BUCK BUCHANAN AWARD

The Sports Network established the Buck Buchanan Award in 1995, and it is presented annually to the most outstanding defensive college football player on the FCS level. 2012 - Robert Alford, DB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18th 2014 - Isiah Corbett, LB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22nd 2015 - Harlan Miller, DB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25th

JERRY RICE AWARD

The Sports Network established the Jerry Rice Freshman of the Year Award in 2011, and it is presented annually to the most outstanding freshman college football player on the FCS level. 2011 - Jordan Wells, KR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10th

Most Valuable Players

1950 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Robert Morse 1951 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Robert Morse 1952 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Joe Andrew 1953 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bobby Joe Jennings 1954 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ray Porta 1955 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wayne Strickland 1956 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dan Fournet 1957 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wayne Dugas 1958 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C.J. Alexander 1959 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C.J. Alexander 1960 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Elbert Harris 1961 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Billy Johnson 1962 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Monty Crook 1963 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maxie Williams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Kenneth Dyer 1964 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ellis Johnson 1965 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Harry Nunez 1966 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Charlie Whitney 1967 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dan Brewer 1968 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . David LeSage 1969 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Darrell Beard 1970 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ted Glaser 1971 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Charles Santora 1972 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gene Estapa - Off. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mike Klein - Def. 1973 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mike Scioneaux - Off. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Alan Klein - Def. 1974 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Horace Belton - Off. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Alan Klein - Def. 1975 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Horace Belton - Off. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mike Hornsby - Def. 1976 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Horace Belton - Off. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Wayne Faul - Def. 1977 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean Waguespack - Off. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C.A. Hill - Def. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Wayne LeBlanc - Def. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Wayne Faul - Def. 1978 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Johnny Wells - Off. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Wayne LeBlanc - Def. 1979 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mack Boatner - Off. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ferman Gautier - Def. 1980 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mack Boatner - Off. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marc Stubbs - Def. 1981 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Leslie Jackson - Off. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ormando Whitlock - Def. 1982 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jerry Butler - Off. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mark Millet - Def. 1983 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jerry Butler - Off. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sterling Joseph - Def. 1984 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jerry Butler - Off. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Johnny Boudreaux - Def.

Team Captains

1946 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pat Kenelly 1947 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . James Odom 1948 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sam Conerly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Asa Wyman 1949 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .David Graves 1950 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Noel Wilkins 1951 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gary Holcomb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Louis Campos 1952 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Charles M. Martin 1953 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bobby Joe Jennings 1954 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Gerald Stone 1955 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Rodney Vizinat 1956 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Don Peroyea . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dan Fournet 1957 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kenneth Bailey 1958 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . George Thomas 1959 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Oscar Lofton 1960 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .James Hanely . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Arthur Debetaz 1961 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Elbert Harris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sam Gourrier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Billy Johnson 1962 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carroll Goulas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Larry King . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Darryl Morris 1963 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ronnie Booksh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alvin Doyle 1964 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kenneth Dyer 1965 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lester Smith 1966 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Charles Whitney 1967 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Danny Schilling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bill Rauschenbach 1968 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dan Brewer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .David LeSage 1969 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mac Faul 1970 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ronnie Hornsby 1971 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Charles Santora 1972 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bobby Duhe 1973 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Billy Percy 1974 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nolan Gill 1975 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bill Murray 1976 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Don Griffin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Rogers Wilson 1977 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Keen Jackson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . James Magruder 1978 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wayne LeBlanc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Arnold Schexnayder 1979 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ferman Gauthier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Matthew Hovsepian 1980 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Johnny Wells . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marc Stubbs 1981 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Robbie Mahfouz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Richard Woodward 1982 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ronnie Doyle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mark Millet 1983 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mark Silvio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Russell Schmidt 1984 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jerry Butler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Johnny Boudreaux 2003 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Victor Carter, Brett . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Beard, Marvin Jones, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Josh Taylor 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Martin Hankins, Ray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Perkins, Marvin Jones, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . William Shensky

2015

Denzel Thompson, DB . . . . . . . . . . . . Industrial Technology Joe Graves, OL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Social Studies Education

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All-Time Honors

2012

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All-Americans

2016

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T.J. Campion

Ray Porta

Wilbur Derrick

Billy Ladner

Scott Senner

Martin Hankins

Huey Husser

Ronnie Hornsby

Felton Huggins

T.J. Campion, Tackle, 1942-46 Campion was the second player in Southeastern history to be named All-American. Campion’s 1942 squad finished 5-5 and was the last Southeastern football team prior to the three-year hiatus that resulted from World War II. Campion was again named All-American in 1946 and was a member of the first undefeated team in school history, as the Lion finished the campaign 9-0. Campion went on to be drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles. Ray Porta, Quarterback, 1954 A two-time All-Gulf States Conference selection, Porta was arguably the most successful signal caller in Southeastern history. Porta led the Lions to back-to-back GSC trophies and an undefeated season in 1954. Porta led the conference in passing in both 1953 and 1954, in addition to leading in punting in the latter season. Over his two-year career, Porta completed 97 of 209 passes for 1559 yards and threw 24 touchdown passes versus just nine interceptions on the way to leading Southeastern to a 15-3 record over the span. During the the flawless 1954 campaign, Porta set a single-season school record for touchdown passes with 15 and engineered an offense that set single-season school records for points (379), rushing yards (2,985) and total offense (3,952). Porta ranks among the Lions’ career passing yardage leaders. Porta was named second-team quarterback on the Louisiana Collegiate All-Time Football Team for players who finished their careers before 1965. Huey Husser, End, 1955 Husser, a four-year starter for Southeastern and member of three Gulf States Conference championship squads, was a crowd favorite from the moment he donned the Southeastern uniform. Husser regularly wowed Strawberry Stadium crowds with his circus - then known as “dipsy-doodle” - catches and was considered one of the top receivers in the nation throughout his career. Over the span of his career, Husser caught 60 passes for 861 yards and 15 touchdowns. The versatile star stepped in as the Lions’ punter in 1955, leading the GSC with a 36.5 average. Husser is one of two players in school history to lead the team in receiving all four years. Husser signed with the Chicago Cardinals after his Southeastern career. C.J. Alexander, Halfback, 1958-59 Dubbed “The Black Knight”, Alexander was the second player in Southeastern history to earn All-American honors in multiple years. Alexander led the Lions in rushing in 1958 as a junior, covering 596 yards on 108 carries and scoring eight touchdowns. Alexander came back with an even more impressive season in 1959, averaging 7.1 yards per carry on the way to 787 yards and seven touchdowns. . Alexander signed with the Boston Patriots after graduation and went on to play for the Edmonton Eskimos of the Canadian Football League.

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T.C. Calmes

Elbert Harris

Alan Klein

Bret Wright

Willie Shepherd

Jeff Turner

Tommy Connors

Robert Alford

C.J. Alexander

T.C. Calmes, Tackle, 1960 Calmes, a Hammond High product, received Special Mention on the Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American team in 1960. A second team All-Gulf States Conference selection, the fouryear letterwinner was a mainstay on the Southeastern offensive and defensive lines throughout his career. Elbert Harris, Quarterback, 1961 Harris was a four-year letterwinner for the Lions. After playing sparingly his freshman campaign, Harris took the starting quarterback job during the 1959 season and held on to it for the remainder of his Southeastern career. Harris finished his career having completed 69-of-179 passes for 1217 yards. During his three years as a starter, Southeastern amassed a record of 23-6 and won two Gulf State Conference crowns. Harris was also a standout defensive back, leading the Lions with three interceptions in 1960. In 1961, Harris was the co-captain of the East team in the All American Bowl and signed with the Dallas Cowboys after graduation. Wilbur Derrick, Halfback, 1961 Known as the “Gentleman Halfback”, Derrick joined the Lions in 1960 after a stint in the Army and made an immediate impact. Having the unenviable task of replacing Lion All-American C.J. Alexander in the Southeastern backfield, Derrick led the Gulf States Conference in rushing in both 1960 and 1961. Over his two-year stint, Derrick carried the ball 225 times for 1046 yards (20th in school history) and the Lions won back-to-back GSC titles. Billy Ladner, Halfback, 1961 Ladner was a member of the Lions 1960 and 1961 teams, which won back-to-back Gulf States Conference championships. Ladner earned All-American honors in 1961, after leading to GSC in scoring, setting then-school records for touchdowns (10) and total points (66). The halfback also led the team in kick returns with a 26.3 yard average, intercepted 5 passes with a 43.2 yard interception return average and earned All-GSC honors in 1961. Ladner is ranked sixth in Southeastern history in career scoring with 104 points. His 98-yard interception return versus Florence State in 1961 is the longest in school history and his 95-yard kickoff return versus Louisiana Tech later that season is the second longest in school history. Ronnie Hornsby, Linebacker, 1970 Hornsby, one of only two Lions to have his number retired (along with Horace Belton), made an immediate impact at Southeastern after an outstanding prep career in which he led the State in rushing yardage his senior season at Greensburg High School. As a four-year starter at linebacker for the Lions, Hornsby was a three-time all-Gulf States Conference selection in both 1968 and ‘69 and was the outstanding lineman in the conference in 1969.

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Alan Klein, Linebacker, 1973-74 A two-time All-American, Klein had 132 tackles (80 solo) in his senior season, helping the Lions to a 6-4 record, its first winning season in nine years. Klein is one of seven players in school history to be named All-America twice. Bret Wright, Punter, 1983 Wright earned recognition from both Kodak and the Associated Press after the 1983 season, finishing the season second in the nation in punting with a 44.2 average, leading to his eighth round selection by the New York Jets in the 1984 NF L Draft. Wright finished his career with a 42.2 average, second in school history. Willie Shepherd, Nose Guard, 1984-85 Shepherd earned Kodak First Team All-America Honors in his senior season, recording 89 tackles (69 solo), 11 tackles for loss and five sacks. He was also credited with a forced fumble and broke up three passes. In 1984, Shepherd made 85 tackles (67 solo), 19 tackles behind the line of scrimmage and seven sacks. He forced a fumble and recovered two. His 76-yard interception return for a touchdown versus Western Kentucky was the fourth longest in school his-

tory. He became only the seventh player in school history to earn All-American honors multiple times. Scott Senner, Punter, 1984 Senner transferred to Southeastern prior to the 1984 season from Pearl River Junior College and earned AllAmerica accolades in his lone season in a Lion uniform. He averaged 43.3 yards per punt on 63 punts, notching a long of 61 yards. His 1984 average puts him on top of the Lions’ career punting list. Martin Hankins, Quarterback, 2004 Hankins was one of the top quarterbacks in the nation in his sophomore season. He led the nation in passing yards (4,240), completions (357), attempts (540), total offense (387.3 yards per game) and touchdown passes (35). A second-team selection by Don Hansen’s Football Gazette, Hankins’ yardage total was the 5th-highest in I-AA history. Only the 10th player in I-AA history to pass for more than 4,000 yards in a season, Hankins finished 7th in the voting for the Payton Award, awarded annually to I-AA’s top player. Felton Huggins, Wide Receiver, 2004 Huggins was a third-team selection by the Associated Press, the Sports Network and Don Hansen’s Football Gazette and a fourth-team pick by CollegeSportsReport.com after finishing the season with 84 catches, 1,313 yards and 13

Gridiron Honors ALL-AMERICA: James Carlin (1937) • Associated Press Little All-American - 1937 T.J. Campion, Tackle (1940-42, 1946) • First Team, Associated Press Little All-American - 1942 • First Team, Associated Press Little All-American - 1946 Joe Andrew, Guard (1951-52) • Second Team, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1952 Ray Porta, Quarterback (1953-54) • First Team, Associated Press Little All-American - 1954 Huey Husser, End (1953-56) • First Team, NAIA Associated Press Little All-American - 1955 Don Peroyea, Tackle (1953-56) •  Special Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1956 Frank Bourgeois, Halfback (1955-57) • Honorable Mention, Associated Press Little All-American - 1957 C.J. Alexander, Halfback (1958-59) •  Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1958 •  Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1959 •  Honorable Mention, Associated Press All-American - 1959 T.C. Calmes, Tackle (1957-60) • Special Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1960 Wilbur Derrick, Halfback (1960-61) • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1960 • Second Team, Academic All-American - 1961 Elbert Harris, Quarterback (1958-61) • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1960 • First-Team, NAIA (defense) All-American - 1961 • Honorable Mention, Associated Press All-American - 1961 • Special Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1961 Luther Fortenberry, Tackle (1957-60) • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1960 Paul Alexander, Guard/Tackle (1960-61) • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1960 • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1961 • Honorable Mention, NAIA (defense) All-American - 1961 Billy Johnson, Center (1960-61) • Honorable Mention, Associate Press All-American - 1961 Jack Andre, Guard (1960-62) • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1961 Monty Crook, End (1959-62) • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1961 • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1962 Ellis Johnson, Halfback (1961-64) • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1961 Billy Ladner, Halfback (1959-61) • First Team, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1961 Ronnie Hornsby, Linebacker (1967-70) • First Team, Associated Press All-American - 1970 Alan Klein, Linebacker (1971-74) • First Team, Associated Press All-American - 1973 • First Team, Associated Press All-American - 1974

touchdowns - all new school records. He ranked in the top 5 nationally in receptions, receiving yards and touchdown receptions. Huggins was named national Offensive Player of the Week after each of the first two weeks of the season, amassing 200-plus yards in wins over Arkansas-Monticello and McNeese State. Jeff Turner, Placekicker, 2007 Turner was a honorable mention selection by the Sports Network after connecting on 17 of 20 field goals. A first team All-SLC and second team All-Louisiana pick, Turner set a SLC record with six field goals at Texas State. Robert Alford, Defensive Back, 2012 Alford was named the FCS National Defensive Player of the Year by the College Sports Journal. He was also an All-America selction by CSJ, Associated Press and the Sports Network. A first team All-Louisiana and All-Southland Conference selection, Alford led the Lions with four interceptions and 12 passes defended, while also returning a punt for a touchdown. The Hammond native became Southeastern’s first NFL draft choice since 1984 and the program’s highest pick since Calvin Favron was selected in the second round by the St. Louis Cardinals. Alford was chosen in the second round with the 60th pick by the Atlanta Falcons.

Bret Wright, Punter (1981-83) • First Team, Kodak All-American - 1983 • Second Team, Associated Press All-American - 1983 Scott Senner, Punter (1984) • First Team, Associated Press All-American - 1984 Willie Shepherd, Nose Guard (1982-85) • Kodak All-America, First Team - 1985 • Associated Press, Second Team - 1984 Martin Hankins, Quarterback (2003-04) • Second Team, Don Hansen’s Football Gazette - 2004 Felton Huggins, Wide Receiver (2003-05) • Third Team, Associated Press - 2004 • Third Team, Sports Network - 2004 • Third Team, Don Hansen’s Football Gazette - 2004 • Fourth Team, CollegeSportsReport.com - 2004 Kenard White, Offensive Lineman (2003-04) • Second Team, Don Hansen’s Football Gazette - 2004 Josh Taylor, Tight End (2003-05) • Second Team, Don Hansen’s Football Gazette - 2005 Jeff Turner, Placekicker (2006-09) • Honorable Mention, Sports Network - 2007 Tommy Connors, Defensive Back (2006-10) • Second Team, Sports Network - 2008 • Third Team, Associated Press - 2008 • Honorable Mention, College Sporting News - 2008 Robert Alford, Defensive Back (2009-12) • FCS Defensive Player of the Year, College Sports Journal - 2012 • First Team, Sports Network - 2012 • First Team, College Sports Journal - 2012 • Second Team, Associated Press - 2012 Bryan Bennett, Quarterback (2013-14) • First Team, College Sports Journal - 2013 Cqulin Hubert, Linebacker (2012-13) • First Team, AFCA - 2013 • Third Team, The Sports Network - 2013 • Honorable Mention, College Sports Journal - 2013 Xavier Roberson, All-Purpose/Kick Returner (2012-present) • Third Team, The Sports Network (KR) - 2014 • Second Team, Associated Press (All-Purpose) - 2013 • First Team, The Sports Network (KR) - 2013 • First Team, Walter Camp (KR) - 2013 • First Team, FCS ADA (KR) - 2013 • First Team, College Sports Journal (KR) - 2013 Seth Sebastian, Placekicker (2010-13) • First Team, Associated Press - 2013 • First Team, FCS ADA - 2013 • Honorable Mention, College Sports Journal (KR) - 2013 Harlan Miller, Defensive Back (2012-present) • Second Team, Associated Press - 2015 • Second Team, STATS - 2015 • Third Team, Associated Press - 2013 Isiah Corbett (2013-14) • Second Team, The Sports Network - 2014 • Third Team, Associate Press - 2014

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He finished his career with seven interceptions and was the leading tackler on the squad each year. He earned allAmerica honors following his senior season of 1970.

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INDIVIDUAL CAREER RUSHING RECORDS Rushing Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

3,232 3,222 2,776 2,710 1,857 1,849 1,832 1,755 1,750 1,715

Jerry Butler Horace Belton Mack Boatner Jay Lucas Rogers Wilson Ray Perkins Tommy Bell Robert Hicks Ted Glaser Bryan Bennett

Rushing Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

706 682 591 471 441 429 397 366 365 361

Rushing TDs 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

31 31 28 25 22 20 17 15 15 15 15

Jerry Butler Horace Belton Mack Boatner Jay Lucas Ted Glaser Robert Hicks Darrell Beard Johnny Wells Gino Marino Mac Faul

Bryan Bennett Horace Belton Jerry Butler Mack Boatner Jay Lucas Zeke Jones Xavier Roberson Kody Sutton Rasheed Harrell Ray Perkins Ellis Johnson

1981-84 1973-76 1978-81 2006-08 1973-76 2003-04 1953-57 1977-80 1967-70 2013-14

1981-84 1973-76 1978-81 2006-08 1967-70 1977-80 1969-71 1977-80 1970-73 1966-69

2013-14 1973-76 1981-84 1978-81 2006-08 2008-12 2012-15 2013-15 2012-present 2003-04 1961-64

Average Yards/Rush (minimum 50 attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

8.08 7.57 6.22 6.06 5.79 5.54 5.54 5.47 5.39 5.36

Larry Troxler (79-638) Don Marino (171-1294) C.J. Alexander (213-1324) Charles Hayes (88-533) Russell Gautreaux (62-359) Bobby Dugas (78-432) Ray Perkins (334-1849) Jerry Schwab (70-383) Marion Salloum (140-754) Bryan Bennett (320-1715)

1953-54 1953-54 1958-59 1962-63 1956 1955-58 2003-04 1958-60 1952-53 2013-14

INDIVIDUAL SEASON RUSHING RECORDS Rushing Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1,239 1,168 1,148 1,092 1,061 1,046 1,038 980 902 861

Jay Lucas (173-1,239) Horace Belton (245-1,168) Ray Perkins (179-1,148) Jerry Butler (235-1,092) Horace Belton (206-1,061) Bryan Bennett (183-1046) Ted Glaser (259-1,038) Jerry Butler (228-980) Jerry Butler (176-902) Don Marino (90-861)

Rushing Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

259 245 235 228 215 206 183 179 176 175

Rushing TDs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9.

16 15 14 12 11 10 10 9 8 8

2007 1975 2004 1984 1974 2013 1970 1983 1982 1954

Ted Glaser (259-1,038) Horace Belton (245-1,168) Jerry Butler (235-1,092) Jerry Butler (228-980) Darrell Beard (215-769) Horace Belton (206-1,061) Bryan Bennett (183-1046) Ray Perkins (179-1,148) Jerry Butler (176-902) Mack Boatner (175-720)

1970 1975 1984 1983 1969 1974 2013 2004 1982 1981

Bryan Bennett Bryan Bennett Horace Belton Jay Lucas Jerry Butler Mack Boatner Horace Belton Ray Perkins Jerry Butler Mack Boatner

2013 2014 1974 2007 1984 1979 1975 2004 1983 1981

Ray Perkins topped the 100-yard rushing mark eight times in his two seasons in a Southeastern uniform. He ranks sixth in school history with 1,849 yards rushing and his 1,148 yards in 2004 is the third-highest total in a single-season.

8 8 8

Rasheed Harrell Zeke Jones Ellis Johnson

2013 2010 1964

Average Yards/Rush (minimum 50 attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

9.57 7.55 7.49 7.16 7.12

Don Marino (90-861) Rogers Wilson (65-491) Tommy Bell (67-502) Jay Lucas (173-1239) C.J.Alexander (105-748)

1954 1974 1954 2007 1959

200-Yard Rushing Games Name Mack Boatner Horace Belton Jay Lucas Jerry Butler Ted Glaser

Date 11/8/80 11/9/74 10/20/07 10/18/84 11/23/68

Opponent Delta State Delta State Central Arkansas Southwest Texas Northwestern State

Yards (att.) TD 275 (19) 2 267 (41) 4 215 (24) 2 215 (28) 1 203 (34) 3

100-Yard Rushing Games Name Ray Perkins Mack Boatner Horace Belton Horace Belton C.J.Alexander Ted Glaser Jay Lucas Jerry Butler Harry Nunez Jeff Senegal Jerry Butler Ray Perkins C.J.Alexander Charlie Thomas Horace Belton Horace Belton Mike Thompson Jay Lucas Horace Belton C.J.Alexander Kody Sutton Rasheed Harrell Ted Glaser Jay Lucas Charlie Thomas Marion Salloum Jasper Ducksworth Charlie Hayes Bryan Bennett Jerry Butler Ted Glaser Robert Hicks Tom Johnson Jay Lucas Tommy Bell Darrell Beard Mack Boatner Ray Perkins Robert Hicks Gino Marino Bryan Bennett Greg Domiano Horace Belton Bryan Bennett Don Marino Mack Boatner Don Marino

Date 11/11/04 10/13/79 10/12/74 9/25/76 10/17/59 11/21/70 11/17/07 9/11/82 11/21/64 11/16/85 10/8/83 10/16/04 9/17/59 9/19/81 9/27/75 10/9/76 10/31/70 10/6/07 11/1/75 11/21/59 10/24/15 11/10/12 11/14/70 11/10/07 9/12/81 11/14/53 10/10/09 10/18/63 11/9/13 9/24/83 10/10/70 9/27/80 9/21/84 9/15/07 9/22/56 11/8/69 11/15/80 11/20/04 9/27/80 11/3/73 9/7/13 10/17/81 9/20/75 10/18/14 10/30/54 10/13/79 9/25/54

Opponent Texas College Northwestern State Troy State Cameron Florence State Northwestern State Nicholls State McNeese State Northwestern State Northwestern State Troy State Mercyhurst Southwestern La. Southwest Texas Cameron Troy State Youngstown State Stephen F.Austin Louisiana Tech Northwestern State Houston Baptist Stephen F.Austin McNeese State Sam Houston State Southwestern La. McNeese State Texas State Corpus Christi Central Arkansas East Texas State Pensacola Navy Illinois State Mississippi College Kentucky Wesleyan Southwestern La. Louisiana Tech Nicholls State Gardner-Webb Illinois State Delta State TCU Southern Tennessee-Martin Central Arkansas Stetson Northwestern State Southwestern La.

Yards (att.) TD 188 (21) 3 188 (31) 3 179 (20) 2 177 (24) 3 176 (19) 2 176 (34) 2 174 (25) 2 173 (23) 0 169 (19) 1 169 (25) 0 169 (23) 1 168 (18) 1 168 1 165 (20) 0 164 (29) 1 163 (23) 2 162 (14) 3 158 (13) 2 158 (29) 1 157 2 156 (23) 0 151 (20) 1 151 (40) 1 147 (16) 1 145 (21) 1 144 (11) 0 143 (22) 3 143 (9) 1 142 (17) 2 140 (25) 2 140 (29) 0 139 (29) 1 139 (19) 0 138 (9) 2 136 (12) 1 135 (28) 1 135 (25) 1 134 (21) 0 134 (29) 1 133 (32) 0 132 (18) 1 132 (30) 0 132 (23) 2 131 (14) 3 131 (14) 0 131 (28) 0 130 (14) 0

Rogers Wilson Mike Scioneaux Jay Lucas Ellis Johnson Jerry Butler Gino Marino D’ Shaie Landor Jay Lucas Eugene Bethea Bryan Bennett Wayne Dugas Horace Belton Jerry Butler Jerry Butler Horace Belton Dean Waguespack Julius Maracalin Charlie Thomas Mack Boatner Julius Maracalin Bryan Bennett Jay Lucas Ray Perkins Greg Domiano Marquis Hayes Rasheed Harrell Ray Perkins Julius Maracalin Jerry Zimmerman Jerry Butler Xavier Roberson Darrell Beard Herbie Williams Jay Lucas Ted Glaser Horace Belton Tommy Calandro Jerry Butler Mack Boatner Wilbur Derrick Gino Marino Jerry Butler Mack Boatner Mack Boatner Kendall Denmark Billy Ladner Ray Perkins Wilbur Derrick Charlie Whitney Robert Hicks Kody Sutton Jerry Butler Don Griffin Sam Fairley Zeke Jones Mack Boatner Ray Perkins Tommy Bell Harry Nunez Brett Brian C.J.Alexander Clell Rosetti Louis Carliste Bryan Bennett Zeke Jones Jerry Butler C.J.Alexander Mack Boatner Lynn Day

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10/25/75 11/17/73 11/3/07 12/21/64 10/4/84 9/30/72 9/3/15 9/16/06 11/8/14 10/11/14 11/23/57 11/2/74 11/3/84 10/1/83 9/21/74 10/15/77 11/19/15 10/25/80 10/24/81 9/3/15 11/21/13 10/18/08 9/27/03 10/3/82 11/20/14 11/2/13 10/09/04 10/31/15 10/15/49 11/6/82 11/10/12 9/27/69 11/19/77 9/30/06 11/7/70 9/20/75 11/18/78 9/18/82 10/24/81 9/16/61 9/23/72 10/29/83 11/11/78 10/18/80 10/18/80 9/23/61 9/11/04 11/12/60 10/29/66 10/8/77 11/8/14 9/29/84 10/23/76 9/11/10 9/11/10 10/12/78 10/18/03 10/31/53 10/9/65 10/1/83 11/29/58 11/26/68 11/20/54 8/29/13 9/10/09 10/24/81 11/29/58 9/15/79 10/28/67

Northeast Louisiana Northwestern State Texas State Southwestern La. Sam Houston State Nicholls State Northwestern State Jacksonville Houston Baptist Lamar Northwestern State Louisiana Tech Southwest Missouri Western Kentucky Tennessee-Martin Livingston Nicholls Northeast Louisiana Stephen F.Austin Northwestern State Nicholls State Northwestern State Texas State Jackson State Nicholls State McNeese State Northern Colorado Central Arkansas Northwestern State Southern Stephen F.Austin Lamar Northwestern State Gardner-Webb Louisiana Tech Tennessee-Martin Northwestern State Central Florida Northeast Louisiana Southwestern La. Abilene Christian Jackson State Nicholls State Texas Southern Texas Southern East Texas State McNeese State McNeese State Pensacola Navy Troy State Houston Baptist Western Kentucky Northeast Louisiana Tennessee-Martin Tennessee-Martin Northeast Louisiana Webber International Northwestern State Samford Western Kentucky Tampa McNeese State Northwestern State Southeast Missouri Union College Northeast Louisiana Tampa Murray State Pensacola Navy

130 (15) 130 (16) 130 (19) 130 (19) 129 (15) 127 (28) 125 (11) 125 (9) 125 (14) 125 (17) 123 (22) 123 (23) 123 (33) 123 (28) 122 (14) 122 (9) 121 (21) 121 (18) 121 (29) 120 (12) 120 (13) 120 (19) 120 (11) 120 (22) 119 (6) 119 (14) 119 (15) 118 (11) 118 (19) 118 (19) 117 (21) 116 (37) 116 (25) 115 (20) 115 (26) 114 (17) 114 (20) 114 (24) 114 (21) 112 (18) 112 (20) 111 (26) 111 (26) 111 (14) 111 (15) 111 (7) 110 (17) 110 (21) 110 (11) 110 (25) 109 (11) 109 (11) 109 (15) 108 (15) 108 (17) 108 (18) 107 (9) 107 (21) 107 (23) 107 (11) 107 (18) 107 (18) 107 106 (12) 106 (13) 106 (22) 106 (17) 106 (11) 105 (18)

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


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Nicholls State Northeast Louisiana Nicholls State Western Kentucky Louisiana Tech Nicholls State Louisiana Tech Incarnate Word Jacksonville McNeese State North Alabama McNeese State McNeese State Texas Southern Southern Samford Texas State Texas Southern

105 (14) 105 (10) 105 (30) 104 (28) 104 (7) 104 (18) 104 (7) 104 (16) 103 (12) 103 (20) 103 (24) 102 (25) 102 (24) 102 (15) 101 (22) 100 (25) 100 (12) 100 (15)

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Most 100-Yard Rushing Games 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9.

Jerry Butler (1981-84) Mack Boatner (1978-81) Horace Belton (1973-76) Jay Lucas (2006-08) Ray Perkins (2003-04) Bryan Bennett (2013-14) Ted Glaser (1967-70) C.J. Alexander (1958-59) Charlie Thomas (1978-81) Robert Hicks (1977-80)

13 11 11 10 8 6 6 5 4 4

The Longest Runs 90, 88, 88, 87, 87 85 83 81 80 80

Mack Boatner (vs. Delta State) Marquis Hayes (at Nicholls) C.J. Alexander (vs. Southwestern La.) Frankie Bourgeois (vs. Louisiana Tech) Rogers Wilson (at Jacksonville State) Ray Perkins (at Texas State) Bryan Bennett (vs. Jacksonville) D’Shaie Landor (at Northwestern State) Jerry Butler (at Troy State) Jay Lucas (vs. Kentucky Wesleyan)

Year 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976

Player Att Yards Long TD Avg/A Avg/G Milton Lavigne 127 506 - 7 4.0 56.2 Ridley Boudreaux 119 407 - 1 3.4 40.7 Ed Welch 107 504 - 4 4.7 50.4 Ed Welch 126 669 - 5 5.3 74.3 Tommy Bell 118 569 - - 4.8 63.2 Don Marino 90 861 - - 9.6 95.7 Pete Morere 69 319 - 2 4.6 31.9 Russell Gautreaux 62 359 - 2 5.8 39.9 Frank Bourgeois 89 478 87 2 5.4 53.1 C.J.Alexander 108 576 24 7 5.3 64.0 C.J.Alexander 105 748 88 7 7.1 83.1 Wilbur Derrick 109 465 - 4 4.3 46.5 Wilbur Derrick 116 581 53 3 5.0 58.1 Ellis Johnson 57 323 - 2 5.7 40.4 Charles Hayes 53 354 - 2 6.7 39.3 Ellis Johnson 80 531 - 8 6.6 59.0 Harry Nunez 129 426 - 2 3.3 47.3 Charles Whitney 99 454 65 6 4.6 50.4 Mac Faul 106 448 41 2 4.2 49.8 Ted Glaser 162 643 41 2 4.0 64.3 Darrell Beard 215 769 59 6 3.6 76.9 Ted Glaser 259 1,038 - 7 4.0 103.8 Don Short 101 386 30 2 3.8 35.1 Gino Marino 122 428 34 1 3.5 42.8 Gino Marino 124 521 22 1 4.2 52.1 Horace Belton 206 1,061 75 14 5.2 106.1 Horace Belton 245 1,168 50 10 4.8 106.2 Rogers Wilson 166 746 23 5 4.5 67.8

football Year 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Player Att Yards Long TD Avg/A Avg/G Herbie Williams 151 594 26 5 3.9 66.0 Tommy Calandro 140 506 21 3 3.6 46.0 Mack Boatner 171 806 43 10 4.7 80.6 Mack Boatner 126 767 90 6 6.1 76.7 Mack Boatner 175 720 19 8 4.1 65.5 Jerry Butler 176 902 59 7 5.1 82.0 Jerry Butler 228 980 80 8 4.3 89.1 Jerry Butler 235 1,092 70 11 4.6 99.3 Jeff Sinegal 119 481 65 1 4.0 48.1 Ray Perkins 155 701 85 6 4.5 58.4 Ray Perkins 179 1,148 72 9 6.4 104.4 Trey Willie 133 449 61 2 3.4 44.9 Jay Lucas 134 684 42 6 5.1 62.2 Jay Lucas 173 1,239 80 12 7.2 112.6 Jay Lucas 164 787 58 4 4.8 65.6 Jasper Ducksworth 130 609 56 5 4.7 60.9 Sam Fairley 145 579 33 1 4.0 52.6 Sam Fairley 112 396 26 3 3.5 44.0 Xavier Roberson 105 488 36 4 4.6 44.4 Bryan Bennett 183 1046 69 16 5.7 74.7 Bryan Bennett 137 669 83 15 4.9 51.5 Julius Maracalin 102 590 74 3 5.8 65.6

Nov. 8, 1980 Nov. 20, 2014 Sept. 18, 1959 Nov. 9, 1957 Oct. 5, 1974 Sept. 27, 2003 Aug. 30, 2014 Sept. 3, 2015 Oct. 8, 1983 Sept. 15, 2007

TEAM RUSHING RECORDS Yards (Single-Season) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

3,271 3,051 2,985 2,761 2,437

(647-3271) (599-3051) (424-2985) (564-2761) (543-2437)

2013 2014 1954 1974 1980

Attempts (Single-Season) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

647 599 594 592 591

(647-3271) (599-3051) (594-2412) (592-2171) (591-1806)

2013 2014 1975 1979 1978

Most Rushing TDs (Single-Season) 1. 2. 3. 5.

42 41 26 26 24

2013 2014 1974 1960 1980

Horace Belton became one of two Southeastern football players in school history to have his number retired. Belton finished his career in 1976 as the all-time leading rusher in the state of Louisiana. His 11 100-yard games in school history is tied for second with former great Mack Boatner.

Yards (Single-Game - since 2003) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

484 438 377 362 343

at Lamar Oct. 11, 2014 (60 carries) at NWLA Sept. 3, 2015 (61 carries) Nicholls State Nov. 21, 2013 (49 carries) Houston Baptist Nov. 8, 2014 (45 carries) at Central Arkansas Nov. 9, 2013 (51 carries)

Attempts (Single-Game - since 2003) 1. 2. 4.

70 61 61 60 60

at Samford Sept. 21, 2013 at Northwestern State Sept. 3, 2015 vs. Lamar Oct. 1, 2015 at Incarnate Word Sept. 27, 2014 at Lamar Oct. 11, 2014

Most Rushing TDs (Single-Game - since 2003) 1. 3.

7 7 6 6 6 6

at Incarnate Word at Lamar Houston Baptist Southeast Missouri Lamar Savannah State

Sept. 27, 2014 Oct. 11, 2014 Nov. 8, 2014 Aug. 29, 2013 Oct. 26, 2013 Sept. 10, 2011

Don Marino rushed for a then school-record 861 yards in 1954 while averaging nearly 10 yards per carry for the undefeated Lions.

Jay Lucas is one of four players in school history to record 10 or more 100-yard games.

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Mack Boatner recorded 11 100yard games in his career from 1976-80. His 275-yard performance against Delta State in 1980 is the most by a Lion in a single-game.

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Sam Fairley Mickey Catalanotta Horace Belton Steve Sifton Ed Welch Mack Boatner Frankie Bourgois Kody Sutton Ray Perkins Clell Rosetti Horace Belton Ted Glaser Robert Hicks Jerry Butler Greg Domiano Kody Sutton Jay Lucas Charlie Thomas

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Passing TDs 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

35 30 25 25 22 21 18 15 15 14

Martin Hankins Martin Hankins Brian Babin Brian Babin Trey Willie Bryan Bennett Bryan Bennett Ray Porta Brian Young Tyler Beatty

2004 2003 2009 2008 2005 2013 2014 1954 2011 2010

Passes Had Intercepted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Brian Babin finished second in the Southeastern career passing records in yards (7,405), attempts (1,083), completions (670), touchdown passes (62) and passing efficency (134.3).

INDIVIDUAL CAREER PASSING RECORDS Pass Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1,132 1,083 643 599 595 437 429 385 370 346

Martin Hankins (710-1132-31) Brian Babin (670-1083-21) Bryan Bennett (358-643-19) Brian Young (338-599-23) Charlie Hebert (264-595-49) Dan Brewer (181-437-33) Trey Willie (260-429-10) Nathan Stanley (205-285-15) Tyler Beatty (188-370-10) Johnny Wells (164-346-16)

Pass Completions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

710 670 358 338 264 260 205 188 181 164

Martin Hankins (710-1132-31) Brian Babin (670-1083-21) Bryan Bennett (358-643-19) Brian Young (338-599-23) Charlie Hebert (264-595-49) Trey Willie (260-429-10) Nathan Stanley (205-385-15) Tyler Beatty (188-370-10) Dan Brewer (181-437-33) Johnny Wells (164-346-16)

Passing Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

7,777 7,405 5,522 3,923 3,673 2,950 2,328 2,238 2,203 2,201

Passing TDs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

65 62 39 25 24 21 20 18 17 17

49 33 31 24 23 21 21 20 19 17

2003-04 2005-09 2013-14 2010-12 1982-84 2003-05 2011-12 2008-10 1967-68 1977-80

Martin Hankins (710-1132-31) Brian Babin (670-1083-21) Bryan Bennett (358-643-19) Brian Young (338-599-23) Charlie Hebert (264-595-49) Trey Willie (260-429-10) Tyler Beatty (188-370-10) Nathan Stanley (205-385-15) Dan Brewer (181-437-33) Johnny Wells (164-346-16)

2003-04 2005-09 2013-14 2010-12 1982-84 2003-05 2008-10 2011-12 1967-68 1977-80

Martin Hankins Brian Babin Bryan Bennett Trey Willie Ray Porta Johnny Wells Brian Young Tyler Beatty Don Griffin Dickie Cothern

2003-04 2005-09 2013-14 2003-05 1953-54 1977-80 2010-12 2008-10 1975-76 1962-64

Passes Had Intercepted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

2003-04 2005-09 2013-14 2010-12 1982-84 1967-68 2003-05 2011-12 2008-10 1977-80

Charlie Hebert Dan Brewer Martin Hankins Mark Varisco Brian Young Brian Babin Gene Estapa Don Griffin Bryan Bennett Jeff Panks

1982-84 1967-68 2003-04 1970-72 2010-12 2005-09 1972-73 1975-76 2013-14 1967-70

Pass Completion Pct. (minimum 50 attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8 9. 10.

66.9 62.7 61.9 60.9 60.6 56.4 56.2 55.9 55.6 53.2

Brad Schlosser (115-172-4) Martin Hankins (710-1132-31) Brian Babin (670-1083-21) Seth Babin (156-256-7) Trey Willie (260-429-10) Brian Young (338-599-23) Gene Simmons (50-89-8) Robbie Mahfouz (118-211-12) Bryan Bennett (358-643-19) Nathan Stanley (205-385-15)

Pass Efficiency (minimum 50 attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

141.1 138.4 134.3 133.9 132.9 131.3 121.1 114.9 114.8 114.3

Bryan Bennett (358-643-19) Ray Porta (97-209-9) Brian Babin (670-1083-21) Martin Hankins (710-1132-31) Trey Willie (260-429-10) Robbie Mahfouz (118-211-12) Brad Schlosser (115-172-4) Lester Smith (54-112-14) Brian Young (338-599-23) Tyler Beatty (188-370-10)

2006-07 2003-04 2005-09 2003,05-06 2003-05 2010-12 1949 1981 2013-14 2011-12

2013-14 1953-54 2005-09 2003-04 2003-05 1981 2006-07 1964-65 2010-12 2008-10

INDIVIDUAL SEASON PASSING RECORDS Pass Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

592 * 540 419 412 404 354 354 327 315 289

Martin Hankins (353-592-19) Martin Hankins (357-540-12) Brian Young (246-419-15) Brian Babin (257-412-7) Trey Willie (241-404-10) Bryan Bennett (215-354-11) Brian Babin (220-354-8) Nathan Stanley (177-327-9) Brian Babin (191-315-6) Bryan Bennett (143-289-8)

Pass Completions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

357 353 * 257 246 241 220 215 191 177 143

Martin Hankins (357-540-12) Martin Hankins (353-592-19) Brian Babin (257-412-7) Brian Young (246-419-15) Trey Willie (241-404-10) Brian Babin (220-354-8) Bryan Bennett (215-354-11) Brian Babin (191-315-6) Nathan Stanley (177-327-9) Bryan Bennett (143-289-8)

Passing Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

4,240 3,537 * 3,165 2,855 2,806 2,777 2,602 2,357 1,996 1,952

Martin Hankins (357-540-12) Martin Hankins (353-592-19) Bryan Bennett (215-354-11) Brian Young (246-419-15) Brian Babin (257-412-7) Trey Willie (241-404-10) Brian Babin (220-354-8) Bryan Bennett (143-289-8) Brian Babin (191-315-6) Nathan Stanley (177-327-9)

2003 2004 2011 2008 2005 2013 2009 2012 2007 2014

2004 2003 2008 2011 2005 2009 2013 2007 2012 2014

2004 2003 2013 2011 2008 2005 2009 2014 2007 2012

23 20 19 17 16 15 14 13 13 13

Charlie Hebert (88-206-23) Gene Estapa (105-230-20) Martin Hankins (353-592-19) Dan Brewer (78-196-17) Dan Brewer (103-241-16) Brian Young (246-419-15) Charlie Hebert (84-183-14) Mark Varisco (56-144-13) Bobby Cotten (79-170-13) Lester Smith (51-104-13)

1983 1972 2003 1968 1967 2011 1984 1971 1966 1965

Pass Completion Pct. (minimum 50 attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

66.7 66.1 62.4 62.1 61.3 60.7 60.6 59.7 59.6 58.7

Bradd Schlosser (108-162-3) Martin Hankins (357-540-12) Brian Babin (257-412-7) Brian Babin (220-354-8) Seth Babin (138-225-6) Bryan Bennett (21-5-354-11) Brian Babin (191-315-6) Trey Willie (241-404-10) Martin Hankins (353-592-19) Brian Young (246-419-15)

Pass Efficiency (minimum 50 attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

159.1 149.2 149.0 148.6 142.7 141.8 136.2 133.0 131.3 130.4

Ray Porta (50-102-4) Bryan Bennett (215-354-11) Martin Hankins (357-540-12) Johnny Wells (51-95-4) Brian Babin (220-354-8) Dickie Cothern (35-63-4) Brian Babin (257-412-7) Bryan Bennett (143-289-8) Robbie Mahfouz (118-211-12) Trey Willie (241-404-10)

2006 2004 2008 2009 2006 2013 2007 2005 2003 2011

1954 2013 2004 1980 2009 1962 2008 2014 1981 2005

* - NCAA Freshman Record

500-Yard Passing Games Name Date Martin Hankins 9/2/04

Opponent Arkansas-Monticello

400-Yard Passing Games Name Martin Hankins Martin Hankins Martin Hankins Martin Hankins Martin Hankins Brian Young Trey Willie Martin Hankins

Date 11/6/04 11/20/04 9/11/04 10/16/04 11/8/03 10/29/11 11/12/05 9/13/03

Opponent Jacksonville Gardner-Webb McNeese State Mercyhurst Jacksonville Central Arkansas Nicholls State Henderson State

Yds (A/C/I) TD 588 (41/30/0) 4

Yds (A/C/I) TD 484 (61/50/0) 4 445 (60/38/3) 4 439 (54/38/0) 5 431 (50/33/1) 5 412 (57/42/0) 3 409 (47/31/4) 3 403 (57/38/1) 3 402 (52/37/3) 3

300-Yard Passing Games Name Brian Babin Brian Babin Martin Hankins Tyler Beatty Martin Hankins Martin Hankins Martin Hankins Brian Young Bobby Cotton Brian Young Bryan Bennett John Gregory Martin Hankins Martin Hankins Brian Babin Seth Babin Bryan Bennett Brian Babin Robbie Mahfouz Tyler Beatty Martin Hankins Martin Hankins

Date 11/19/09 9/5/09 10/30/04 10/9/10 10/2/04 10/18/03 11/15/03 10/15/11 10/29/66 10/22/11 10/12/13 9/13/85 11/11/04 9/4/03 9/13/08 11/11/06 9/14/13 9/20/08 10/31/81 11/18/10 9/18/04 10/25/03

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Opponent Nicholls State Texas A&M-Commerce Alcorn State Texas State Mississippi Valley Webber International Prairie View A&M Northwestern State Pensacola Navy Texas State Stephen F.Austin Central Florida Texas College Lambuth South Dakota Gardner-Webb South Dakota State Louisiana Tech Northwestern State Nicholls State Texas State St. Mary’s (Calif.)

Yds (A/C/I) TD 382 (46/27/2) 3 379 (55/37/0) 3 374 (54/31/3) 3 368 (40/27/0) 5 368 (49/30/0) 2 363 (50/32/0) 6 356 (44/35/1) 4 355 (47/27/4) 2 351 (23/17/0) 1 349 (44/26/0) 0 337 (20/13/0) 4 340 (56/22/0) 3 332 (35/27/0) 4 332 (47/22/1) 2 330 (44/27/0) 2 325 (63/34/0) 2 322 (38/27/4) 1 322 (59/32/0) 0 322 (24/17/1) 3 321 (43/19/0) 1 319 (56/31/2) 1 315 (49/31/3) 3


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311 (16/11/1) 308 (25/17/0) 306 (42/25/2) 304 (55/34/2) 301 (35/24/1) 300 (37/21/0)

2 2 0 3 1 2

INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Most Passes Attempted (since 2003) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 10.

63, Seth Babin vs. Sam Houston State 61, Martin Hankins at Jacksonville 60, Martin Hankins at Gardner-Webb 59, Brian Babin at Louisiana Tech 57, Martin Hankins vs. Jacksonville 57,Trey Willie vs. Nicholls State 56, Martin Hankins at Texas State 55, Brian Babin vs.Texas A&M-Commerce 55, Martin Hankins at Alcorn State 54, Martin Hankins vs.Alcorn State 54, Martin Hankins at McNeese State 54,Trey Willie vs.Tulane

Nov. 11, 2006 Nov. 6, 2004 Nov. 20, 2004 Sept. 20, 2008 Nov. 8, 2003 Nov. 12, 2005 Sept. 18, 2004 Sept. 5, 2009 Nov. 1, 2003 Oct. 30, 2004 Sept. 11, 2004 Oct. 1, 2005

Most Passes Completed (since 2003) 1. 2. 3. 7. 9. 10.

50, Martin Hankins at Jacksonville 42, Martin Hankins vs. Jacksonville 38, Martin Hankins at Gardner-Webb 38, Martin Hankins at McNeese State 38,Trey Willie vs. Nicholls State 38,Trey Willie vs.Tulane 37, Brian Babin vs.Texas A&M-Commerce 37, Martin Hankins at Henderson State 35, Martin Hankins vs. Prairie View A&M 34, Seth Babin vs. Sam Houston State 34, Martin Hankins at Alcorn State

Most Touchdown Passes (since 2003) 1. 2.

6, Martin Hankins vs.Webber International 5, Brian Babin vs. Union College 5, Brian Babin vs. Kentucky Wesleyan 5,Tyler Beatty vs.Texas State 5, Martin Hankins vs. Mercyhurst 5, Martin Hankins at McNeese State

Nov. 6, 2004 Nov. 8, 2003 Nov. 20, 2004 Sept. 11, 2004 Nov. 12, 2005 Oct. 1, 2005 Sept. 5, 2009 Sept. 13, 2003 Nov. 15, 2003 Nov. 11, 2006 Nov. 1, 2003

Oct. 18, 2003 Sept. 10, 2009 Sept. 15, 2007 Oct. 9, 2010 Oct. 16, 2004 Sept. 11, 2004

TEAM PASSING RECORDS Attempts (Single-Season) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

621 (373-621-20) 576 (383-576-13) 481 (275-481-21) 450 (276-450-8) 444 (266-444-10)

2003 2004 2011 2008 2009

Completions (Single-Season) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

383 (383-576-13) 373 (373-621-20) 276 (276-450-8) 275 (275-481-21) 266 (266-444-10)

2004 2003 2008 2011 2009

Yards (Single-Season) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

4488 (383-576-13) 3788 (373-621-20) 3495 (240-397-11) 3170 (275-481-21) 3112 (266-444-10)

2004 2003 2013 2011 2009

Most Passing TDs (Single-Season) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

38 32 30 29 24

2004 2003 2009 2008 2014

Had Intercepted (Single-Season) 1. 2. 4. 5.

25 (96-220-25) 22 (125-280-22) 22 (87-221-22) 21 (275-481-21) 20 (69-162-20) 20 (373-621-20)

1983 1972 1968 2011 1969 2003

Completion Percentage (Single-Season)

Year 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player C-A-I Yards Long TD Avg/C Avg/G Gene Simmons 50-89-8 784 - - 8.8 78.4 Gary Holcomb 22-59-3 298 - - 5.1 29.8 Gary Holcomb 22-76-5 227 - - 3.0 22.7 Joe Johnson 24-50-9 203 - 4 4.1 22.6 Ray Porta 47-107-5 716 - 9 6.7 79.6 Ray Porta 50-102-4 843 - 15 8.3 93.7 Win Crawford 13-20-2 171 - - 8.6 17.1 Cliff Stringfield 27-58-5 426 - - 7.3 47.3 Bill Hawkins 21-55-2 222 - - 4.0 24.7 Larry Topham 25-68-2 414 - - 6.1 46.0 Elbert Harris 18-55-4 399 73 - 7.3 44.3 Elbert Harris 24-62-3 338 - 2 5.5 33.8 Elbert Harris 20-49-1 406 66 5 8.3 40.6 Dickie Cothern 35-63-4 467 - 7 7.4 51.9 Dickie Cothern 47-105-6 515 - 6 4.9 57.2 Dickie Cothern 36-91-4 364 - 4 4.0 40.4 Lester Smith 51-104-13 911 78 7 8.8 101.2 Bobby Cotten 79-170-13 1,023 48 6 6.0 113.7 Dan Brewer 103-241-16 1,350 47 10 5.6 150.0 Dan Brewer 78-196-17 853 53 6 4.4 85.3 Clell Rosetti 46-111-12 591 56 2 5.3 59.1 MarkVarisco 50-112-10 483 30 3 4.3 60.4 MarkVarisco 56-144-13 569 29 1 4.0 51.7 Gene Estapa 105-230-20 1,137 54 6 4.9 103.4 Jay Lang 60-121-4 719 - 2 5.9 71.9

66.5 (383-576-13) 63.8 (250-392-10) 61.3 (276-450-8) 60.5 (240-397-12) 60.1 (373-621-20)

2004 2006 2008 2013 2003

Pass Efficiency (Single-Season) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

149.2 (383-576-13) 148.9 (57-104-5) 148.8 (57-125-5) 146.6 (240-397-12) 142.0 (182-350-9)

2004 1980 1954 2013 2014

Most Passes Attempted (Single-Game) 1. 2. 3. 6. 9.

72 65 60 60 60 57 57 57 56 56 56

at Jacksonville Sam Houston State at Gardner-Webb at Northwestern State at Louisiana Tech Jacksonville Nicholls State Mercyhurst at Alcorn State Sam Houston State at Texas State

Most Passes Completed (Single-Game) 1. 2. 3. 5. 9.

59 42 40 40 38 38 38 38 37 37

at Jacksonville Jacksonville Prairie View A&M Mercyhurst Nicholls State at Gardner-Webb vs. Tulane at McNeese State Texas A&M-Commerce at Henderson State

Nov. 6, 2004 Nov. 11, 2006 Nov. 20, 2004 Oct. 11, 2003 Sept. 20, 2008 Nov. 8, 2003 Nov. 12, 2005 Oct. 16, 2004 Nov. 1, 2003 Nov. 5, 2011 Sept. 18, 2004

football Year 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Player C-A-I Yards Long TD Avg/C Avg/G Jay Daniel 30-85-8 372 - 1 4.4 37.2 Don Griffin 59-149-12 1,034 78 9 6.9 94.0 Don Griffin 65-150-8 1,159 68 8 7.7 105.4 Dean Waguespack 48-117-4 756 - 4 6.5 75.6 Johnny Wells 64-130-5 877 92 6 6.7 79.7 Johnny Wells 49-121-7 588 55 4 4.9 53.5 Johnny Wells 51-95-4 736 42 11 7.7 73.6 Robbie Mahfouz 118-211-12 1,707 59 12 8.1 155.2 Charlie Hebert 92-206-12 1,181 - 7 5.7 107.4 Charlie Hebert 88-206-23 1,292 80 5 6.3 117.5 Charlie Hebert 84-183-14 1,200 - 3 6.6 120.0 John Gregory 98-260-10 1,316 90 10 5.1 164.5 Martin Hankins 353-592-19 3,537 60 30 6.0 294.8 Martin Hankins 357-540-12 4,240 80 35 7.9 385.5 Trey Willie 241-404-10 2,777 62 22 6.9 277.7 Seth Babin 138-225-6 1,117 44 8 5.0 111.7 Brian Babin 191-315-6 1,996 72 12 6.3 181.5 Brian Babin 257-412-7 2,806 64 25 6.8 255.1 Brian Babin 220-354-8 2,602 57 25 7.4 260.2 Tyler Beatty 137-268-8 1,738 54 14 6.5 193.1 BrianYoung 246-419-15 2,855 64 15 6.8 259.5 Nathan Stanley 177-327-9 1,952 44 9 6.0 177.5 Bryan Bennett 215-354-11 3,165 85 21 8.9 226.1 Bryan Bennett 143-289-8 2,357 89 18 8.2 181.3 D’Shaie Landor 93-185-4 1,228 76 7 76 136.4

Most Touchdown Passes (Single-Game) 1. 2. 5.

7 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5

Webber International Mercyhurst Union College Kentucky Wesleyan at Jacksonville PrairieView A&M Texas State at McNeese State Houston Baptist

Most Passes Had Intercepted (since 2003) 1. 2.

6 4 4 4

at Northwestern State at South Dakota State at Northwestern State at Central Arkansas

87.5 81.9 80.0 78.9 78.4 76.2 75.0 75.0 73.7 73.5

Kentucky Wesleyan at Jacksonville Union College at Nicholls State Prairie View A&M at Stephen F. Austin at Texas State Gardner-Webb Jacksonville Sam Houston State

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Nov. 6, 2004 Nov. 8, 2003 Nov. 15, 2003 Oct. 16, 2004 Nov. 12, 2005 Nov. 20, 2004 Oct. 1, 2005 Sept. 11, 2004 Sept. 5, 2009 Sept. 13, 2003

Sept. 15, 2007 (21-24) Nov. 6, 2004 (59-72) Sept. 10, 2009 (24-30) Nov. 22, 2008 (30-38) Nov. 15, 2003 (40-51) Nov. 12, 2011 (32-42) Oct. 21, 2006 (30-40) Sept. 30, 2006 (33-44) Nov. 8, 2003 (42-57) Sept. 25, 2004 (36-49)

Most Passing Yards (Single-Game)

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

588 551 499 445 444 439 412 412 409 403

Arkansas-Monticello at Jacksonville Mercyhurst at Gardner-Webb Houston Baptist at McNeese State Jacksonville Webber International at Central Arkansas Nicholls State

Oct. 11, 2003 Sept. 14, 2013 Oct. 15, 2011 Oct. 29, 2011

Consecutive Passes Completed (Single-Game)

Highest Percentage Completed (10 passes) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Oct. 18, 2003 Oct. 16, 2004 Sept. 10, 2009 Sept. 15, 2007 Nov. 6, 2004 Nov. 15, 2003 Oct. 9, 2010 Sept. 11, 2004 Nov. 8, 2015

Sept. 2, 2004 Nov. 6, 2004 Oct. 16, 2004 Nov. 20, 2004 Nov. 8, 2014 Sept. 11, 2004 Nov. 8, 2003 Oct. 18, 2003 Oct. 29, 2011 Nov. 12, 2005

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INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECEIVING RECORDS Pass Reception Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2,780 2,345 2,072 1,994 1,767 1,737 1,654 1,621 1,578 1,429

Simmie Yarborough (229-2780) Felton Huggins (162-2345) Kory Theodore (143-2072) Duane Floyd (145-1994) Josh Taylor (141-1767) Jeff Smiley (133-1737) David Patterson (80-1654) Brandon Collins (117-1621) Hutch Gonzales (135-1578) Merrick Lanaux (107-1429)

Pass Receptions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

229 162 146 145 143 141 135 133 117 110

Simmie Yarborough (229-2780) Felton Huggins (162-2345) Jay Lucas (146-1279) Duane Floyd (145-1994) Kory Theodore (143-2072) Josh Taylor (141-1767) Hutch Gonzales (135-1578) Jeff Smiley (130-1737) Brandon Collins (117-1621) Andre Cryer (110-1140)

Pass Reception TDs 1. 2. 3. 5. 8. 10.

30 22 17 17 15 15 15 13 13 12

Simmie Yarborough Felton Huggins Jeff Smiley David Patterson Chris Wilson Huey Husser Jeffrey Howard Kory Theodore Duane Floyd Orlando Gusman

2008-11 2003-05 2007-11 1965-68 2003-05 2012-15 1979-82 2010-11 2003-05 2005-09

2008-11 2003-05 2006-08 1965-68 2007-11 2003-05 2003-05 2012-15 2010-11 2007-10

2008-11 2003-05 2012-15 1979-82 2008-09 1953-56 2003-04 2007-11 1965-68 1974-76

Simmie Yarborough finished his career in 2011 as Southeastern’s all-time leader in pass receptions (229), yards (2,780) and receiving TDs (30). The All-America product finished as the Southland Conference all-time leader in receptions and TDs.

Average Yards/Catch (minimum 20 receptions) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

21.30 20.67 19.16 17.52 16.30 15.86 15.85 15.77 15.72 15.32

Chris Hayes (27-575) David Patterson (80-1654) Orlando Gusman (61-1169) Leslie Jackson (54-946) Sonny Fletcher (23-375) Hardy Anderson (29-460) Tony McCrea (71-1125) Chris Ceasar (30-473) Ray Brown (39-613) Marquis Fruge’ (63-965)

1975-77 1979-82 1974-76 1977-81 1968-69 1982-84 2010, 2012-13 1982-85 1983-84 2012-13

INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECEIVING RECORDS Pass Reception Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1,313 1,064 875 803 778 746 744 743 740 709

Felton Huggins (84-1313) Devante Scott (50-1064) Brandon Collins (56-875) Simmie Yarborough (57-803) Simmie Yarborough (61-778) Brandon Collins (61-746) Jeff Smiley (57-644) Kory Theodore (60-743) Chris Wilson (51-740) Simmie Yarborough (60-709)

Pass Receptions 1. 2. 5. 7. 8. 10.

84 61 61 61 60 60 58 57 57 56

Felton Huggins (84-1313) Simmie Yarborough (61-778) Brandon Collins (61-746) Josh Taylor (61-601) Kory Theodore (60-743) Simmie Yarborough (60-709) Jay Lucas (58-557) Jeff Smiley (57-744) Simmie Yarborough (57-803) Brandon Collins (56-875)

Pass Reception TDs 1. 2. 3. 5. 6.

13 12 9 9 8 7 7 7 7 7

Felton Huggins Simmie Yarborough Jeffrey Howard Simmie Yarborough Chris Wilson Jeff Smiley Chris Wilson David Patterson Orlando Gusman Marquis Fruge’

2004 2014 2010 2009 2011 2011 2013 2011 2008 2010

2004 2011 2011 2003 2011 2010 2008 2013 2009 2010

2004 2009 2003 2010 2008 2014 2009 1981 1975 2013

Felton Huggins holds the Southeastern single-season records for pass receptions (84), yards (1,313) and TDs (13). He recorded the top two single-game marks in receiving yards in consecutive games to open the 2004 season, including a 13-catch, 235-yard performance at nationally-ranked McNeese State on Sept. 11, 2004.

Average Yards/Catch (minimum 15 receptions) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

24.25 21.42 21.28 19.70 19.69 19.44 18.87 18.29 18.13 18.05

David Patterson (20-485) Orlando Gusman (31-664) Devante Scott (50-1064) Leslie Jackson (23-453) David Patterson (35-689) Chris Hayes (16-311) Isaiah Kepley (15-283) Kory Theodore (34-622) Wyatt Harris (15-272) Merrick Lanaux (19-343)

1982 1975 2014 1981 1981 1976\ 2013 2010 1985 2005

200-Yard Receiving Games Name Felton Huggins Felton Huggins David Patterson

Date 9/2/04 9/11/04 10/31/81

Opponent Arkansas-Monticello McNeese State Northwestern State

Yards (rec.) TD 266 (11) 2 235 (13) 2 234 (9) 2

100-Yard Receiving Games Name Devante Scott Felton Huggins David Patterson Kory Theodore

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Date 11/20/14 10/16/04 10/24/81 9/18/10

Opponent Nicholls Mercyhurst Northeast Louisiana Lamar

Yards (rec.) TD 196 (7) 1 195 (13) 3 171 (7) 3 164 (7) 1


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Central Arkansas 164 (6) Central Arkansas 163 (6) Nicholls State 160 (9) South Dakota State 158 (7) Gardner-Webb 157 (10) Stephen F.Austin 155 (7) Sam Houston State 151 (8) Stephen F.Austin 143 (4) Central Arkansas 140 (11) Nicholls State 140 (10) Louisiana Tech 138 (7) Lamar 135 (5) Appalachian State 134 (6) Central Florida 133 (6) UT Martin 131 (5) Mississippi Valley 131 (8) Sam Houston State 130 (5) Texas A&M-Commerce 129 (13) McNeese State 129 (8) Central Florida 129 (6) Sam Houston State 128 (11) Central Arkansas 126 (6) Lamar 126 (6) Stephen F.Austin 121 (5) Texas State 120 (7) Southern Mississippi 120 (9) Nicholls State 120 (7) Northeast Louisiana 120 (7) Sam Houston State 119 (8) Texas Southern 119 (4) Texas State 118 (6) Tulane 117 (6) Texas State 117 (5) Central Florida 117 (3) Sam Houston State 116 (6) McNeese State 115 (7) McNeese State 115 (6) Stephen F.Austin 114 (4) Jacksonville 114 (10) Sam Houston State 114 (9) Texas State 114 (8) Northwestern State 114 (5) Mississippi Valley 114 (5) Lamar 113 (7) Northwestern State 113 (6) Mississippi Valley 111 (4) Northwestern State 110 (9) Texas State 110 (6) Texas College 108 (7) Samford 107 (4) Alcorn State 107 (3) Northwestern State 106 (4) Northwestern State 105 (8) Houston Baptist 104 (3) McNeese State 104 (8) Houston Baptist 102 (4) Gardner-Webb 102 (10) Alcorn State 102 (5) South Dakota 101 (11) Arkansas-Monticello 101 (2) Texas State 100 (7) Stephen F.Austin 100 (6) Northeast Louisiana 100 (2)

Most 100-Yard Receiving Games 1. 3. 7. 8. 10.

Simmie Yarborough (2008-11) Brandon Collins (2010-11) Felton Huggins (2003-05) David Patterson (1979-82) Duane Floyd (1965-68) Chris Wilson (2008-09) Kory Theodore (2008-11) Hutch Gonzales (2003-05) Merrick Lanaux (2005-09) Ray Brown (1983-84) Tony McCrea (2010, 2012-13)

Most Receptions In A Game 1. 4. 5.

Year 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978

Player Rec. Yards Long TD Avg/C Rec/G Noel Wilkins 26 437 - 4 16.8 2.6 Noel Wilkins 15 121 - 1 8.1 1.5 Vaughn Thomas 10 97 - 0 9.7 1.0 J.C. Stewart 11 103 - 2 9.4 1.2 Huey Husser 21 262 - 4 12.5 2.3 Huey Husser 15 247 - 5 16.5 1.7 Huey Husser 11 149 - 3 13.5 1.1 Huey Husser 13 213 35 3 16.4 1.4 Frank Bourgeois 7 71 - 0 10.1 0.8 Oscar Lofton 11 292 65 1 26.5 1.2 Charles Berg 6 123 - 0 20.5 0.7 Monty Crook 6 93 - 1 15.5 0.6 Monty Crook 8 131 - 2 16.4 0.8 James McCall 8 127 - 1 15.9 0.9 James McCall 10 120 - 1 12.0 1.1 Maurice Ogier 8 139 - 2 17.4 0.9 Duane Floyd 34 538 - 5 15.8 3.8 Duane Floyd 39 500 - 4 12.8 4.3 Duane Floyd 43 626 61 3 14.6 4.8 Duane Floyd 29 330 41 1 11.4 2.9 Raymond Mahfouz 22 201 30 0 9.1 2.2 Raymond Mahfouz 27 327 30 1 12.1 2.7 David Barrios 25 258 30 0 10.3 2.3 Bobby Hill 48 525 47 2 10.9 4.4 Bobby Hill 19 320 - 1 16.8 1.9 Bobby Hill 21 372 73 0 17.7 2.1 Orlando Gusman 31 664 78 7 21.4 2.8 Orlando Gusman 27 474 58 5 17.6 2.5 Bobby Raymond 14 246 33 0 17.6 1.4 Andre Lennix 13 242 86 1 18.6 1.2

Year 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Player Rec. Yards Long TD Avg/C Rec/G Leslie Jackson 13 193 33 1 14.8 1.6 Jeff Coates 12 125 20 2 10.4 1.1 David Patterson 14 283 42 6 20.2 1.4 Leslie Jackson 14 217 26 2 15.5 1.6 David Patterson 35 689 59 7 19.7 3.2 David Patterson 20 485 52 3 24.2 2.0 Floyd Alleman 17 264 45 0 15.5 1.5 Ray Brown 23 326 32 0 14.2 2.1 Chris Ceasar 30 473 41 4 15.8 3.8 Josh Taylor 61 601 40 1 9.9 5.1 Felton Huggins 84 1313 78 13 15.6 7.6 Josh Taylor 48 606 53 5 12.6 6.0 Crawford Kilpatrick 47 391 39 3 8.3 4.3 Jay Lucas 51 485 41 3 9.5 4.6 Jay Lucas 58 557 60 4 9.6 4.8 SimmieYarborough 57 803 52 12 14.1 5.7 SimmieYarborough 60 709 95 9 11.8 6.0 Brandon Collins 61 746 64 5 12.2 5.5 SimmieYarborough 61 778 46 3 12.8 5.5 Tony McCrea 28 401 44 1 14.3 2.5 Jeff Smiley 57 744 65 6 13.1 4.1 Devante Scott 50 1064 77 6 21.3 3.8 Brandon Acker 25 343 41 2 13.7 2.3

Duane Floyd is one of two players to lead the Lions in receptions all four seasons. From 1965-68, Floyd caught 145 passes for 1,994 yards and finished as the school leader in both categories.

Huey Husser was the first player in school history to lead the team in receptions all four seasons. A 1955 All-American, Husser’s 15 career TD receptions currently rank fourth in school history.

David Patterson is one of two players in school history to average over 20 yards per catch in a career. He averaged a school-record 24.2 yards per reception in 1982 and recorded the first 200-yard receiving game in school history.

Kory Theodore is one of three Lions to record more than 2,000 yards receiving in his career. The New Orleans native caught 143 passes (fifth in school history) for 2,072 yards (third in school history).

Bobby Hill caught a single-season record 48 passes in 1972 while averaging over 10 yards per catch. He became a deep threat in his final two seasons and finished with 88 receptions for 1,217 yards.

Brandon Collins played his final two seasons at Southeastern after transferring from Texas and finished seventh in school history in receiving yards (1,621) and eighth in receptions (117). His seven 100-yard receiving games are tied for first in school history.

7 7 6 4 4 4 4 3 3 2 2

13, Felton Huggins vs. Mercyhurst 13, Felton Huggins at McNeese State 13, Simmie Yarborough vs.Texas A&M-Commerce 12, Ray Perkins vs. Sam Houston State 11, Brandon Collins at Central Arkansas 11, Hutch Gonzales at Jacksonville 11, Felton Huggins vs.Arkansas-Monticello 11, Crawford Kilpatrick vs. Sam Houston State 11, Josh Taylor at Northern Colorado 11, Chris Wilson vs. South Dakota

Oct. 16, 2004 Sept. 11, 2004 Sept. 5, 2009 Sept. 25, 2004 Oct. 29, 2011 Nov. 6, 2004 Sept. 2, 2004 Nov. 11, 2006 Sept. 17, 2005 Sept. 13, 2008

Most Consecutive Games With A Reception 42 Simmie Yarborough

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Brandon Collins 10/30/10 Chris Wilson 10/31/09 Josh Taylor 11/12/05 Tony McCrea 9/14/13 Felton Huggins 11/20/04 Hutch Gonzales 10./29/05 Simmie Yarborough 10/17/09 Jeff Smiley 10/25/14 Brandon Collins 10/29/11 Brandon Collins 11/18/10 Andre Cryer 9/20/08 Jeff Smiley 10/1/15 Duane Floyd 11/25/65 David Patterson 9/18/82 Stanley Moore 9/13/12 Felton Huggins 10/2/04 Simmie Yarborough 10/16/10 Simmie Yarborough 9/5/09 Byron Ross 10/27/07 Chris Ceaser 3/13/85 Crawford Kilpatrick 11/11/06 Simmie Yarborough 10/29/11 Devante Scott 10/11/14 Chris Wilson 10/4/08 Simmie Yarborough 10/10/09 Duane Floyd 9/23/67 Wyatt Harris 11/23/85 David Patterson 10/25/80 Jeff Smiley 12/7/13 David Patterson 10/16/82 Kory Theodore 10/9/10 Merrick Lanaux 9/22/07 Hutch Gonzales 10/8/05 Ray Brown 9/17/83 Marquis Fruge’ 12/7/13 Brandon Collins 10/23/10 Brandon Collins 9/24/11 Tony McCrea 10/12/13 Felton Huggins 11/8/03 Simmie Yarborough 11/5/11 Simmie Yarborough 10/9/10 Brandon Collins 10/15/11 Hutch Gonzales 11/19/05 Kory Theodore 10/1/11 Ray Brown 11/10/84 Merrick Lanaux 11/19/05 Brooks Jordan 10/11/03 Jamarr’ Garrett 10/21/06 Jeffrey Howard 11/11/04 Isaiah Kepley 9/21/13 Chris Wilson 8/30/08 Brandon Collins 11/6/10 Duane Floyd 11/20/65 Chris Malott 11/8/14 Duane Floyd 11/11/67 Devante Scott 11/8/14 Merrick Lanaux 9/30/06 Felton Huggins 11/1/03 Chris Wilson 9/13/08 Ray Perkins 9/2/04 Kory Theodore 10/22/11 Felton Huggins 10/29/05 Tommy Arbour 10/23/65

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TOTAL OFFENSE (CAREER) Total Offense Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

4,967 4,128 3,989 3,591 3,178 3,096 2,795 2,652 2,603 2,582

Jerry Butler Xavier Roberson Jay Lucas Horace Belton Mack Boatner Steve Keller Simmie Yarborough Andre Cryer Ray Perkins Ted Glaser

1981-84 2012-15 2006-08 1973-76 1978-81 1968-71 2008-11 2007-10 2003-04 1967-70

TDs Responsible For 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

70 68 66 34 33 33 30 29 27 26 26

Bryan Bennet Martin Hankins Brian Babin Johnny Wells Horace Belton Jay Lucas Simmie Yarborough Jerry Butler Trey Willie Mack Boatner Dan Brewer

2013-14 2003-04 2005-09 1977-80 1973-76 2006-08 2008-11 1981-84 2003-05 1978-81 1967-68

Total Offense/Game (minimum 7 games) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

330.7 268.0 208.6 175.9 163.8

Martin Hankins (23 games) Bryan Bennett (27 games) Brian Babin (34 games) John Gregory (8 games) Brian Young (25 games)

All Purpose Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

4,967 3,989 3,591 3,562 3,178 3,096 2,795 2,652 2,603 2,582

Jerry Butler Jay Lucas Horace Belton Xavier Roberson Mack Boatner Steve Keller Simmie Yarborough Andre Cryer Ray Perkins Ted Glaser

Year Player Total Rush Rec PR 1949 Jerry Zimmerman 678 338 198 5 1950 Ridley Boudreaux 784 407 73 77 1951 Ridley Boudreaux 607 275 46 187 1952 EdWelch 736 669 -3 0 1953 Don Marino 678 433 0 138 1954 Don Marino 1,028 861 24 141 1955 Pete Morere 618 319 14 33 1956 Russell Gautreaux 542 359 27 89 1957 Frank Bourgeois 752 478 71 18 1958 C.J.Alexander 998 576 64 47 1959 C.J.Alexander 1,073 748 29 27 1960 Wilbur Derrick 614 465 0 102 1961 Billy Ladner 1,094 502 87 78 1962 Fred Runte 404 95 10 33 1963 Charles Hayes 541 354 68 23 1964 Ellis Johnson 680 531 53 0 1965 Harry Nunez 565 426 19 0 1966 CharlesWhitney 846 454 116 26 1967 Duane Floyd 626 0 626 0 1968 Ted Glaser 1,001 643 57 20 1969 Steve Keller 996 0 0 579 1970 Ted Glaser 1,112 1,038 74 0 1971 Don Short 637 386 29 18 1972 Bobby Hill 919 40 525 71 1973 Horace Belton 575 360 86 0 1974 Horace Belton 1,126 1,061 65 0 1975 Horace Belton 1,218 1,168 20 0

KR IR Avg/G 137 0 67.8 222 5 78.4 99 0 60.7 70 0 81.8 107 0 75.3 2 0 114.2 252 0 61.8 67 0 60.2 185 0 83.6 311 0 110.9 260 9 119.2 47 0 61.4 211 216 109.4 266 0 44.9 77 19 60.1 40 56 75.6 120 0 62.8 240 10 94.0 0 0 69.6 281 0 100.1 337 80 99.6 0 0 111.2 204 0 57.9 283 0 83.5 129 0 63.9 0 0 112.6 30 0 110.7

football Year 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Player Total Rush Rec PR RogersWilson 788 746 42 0 HerbieWilliams 738 594 144 0 Tommy Calandro 588 506 82 0 Robert Hicks 912 571 0 0 Mack Boatner 825 767 58 0 Mack Boatner 911 720 191 0 Jerry Butler 1,384 902 133 0 Jerry Butler 1,408 980 158 0 Jerry Butler 1,559 1,092 160 0 Jeff Sinegal 652 481 123 0 Ray Perkins 981 701 199 0 Ray Perkins 1,622 1,148 360 0 JoshTaylor 606 0 606 0 Jay Lucas 921 684 237 0 Jay Lucas 1,724 1,239 485 0 Jay Lucas 1,344 787 557 0 Jasper Ducksworth 942 609 154 0 Brandon Collins 963 0 875 88 JordanWells 1,458 65 10 0 Xavier Roberson 874 488 20 0 Xavier Roberson 1590 538 137 0 Devante Scott 1316 17 1064 128 Julius Maracalin 657 590 31 0

KR IR Avg/G 0 0 71.6 0 0 82.0 0 0 53.5 341 0 82.9 0 0 82.5 0 0 82.8 349 0 125.8 270 0 128.0 307 0 141.7 48 0 65.2 81 0 81.8 114 0 147.5 0 0 75.8 0 0 83.7 0 0 156.7 0 0 112.0 179 0 94.2 0 0 87.5 1,383 0 132.5 366 0 79.5 915 0 113.6 107 0 101.2 36 0 73.0

2003-04 2013-14 2005-09 1985 2010-12

1981-84 2006-08 1973-76 2012-present 1978-81 1968-71 2008-11 2007-10 2003-04 1967-70

All Purpose Yards/Game (minimum 7 games) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

130.6 117.3 115.5 115.1 113.2

Jordan Wells (12 games) Jay Lucas (34 games) Jerry Butler (43 games) C.J. Alexander (18 games) Ray Perkins (23 games)

2010-12 2006-08 1981-84 1958-59 2003-04

TOTAL OFFENSE (SEASON) Total Offense Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

4,221 4,211 3,386 3,226 3,026 2,929 2,722 2,514 1,922 1,886

Martin Hankins (596-4221) Bryan Bennett (537-4211) Martin Hankins (632-3386) Trey Willie (537-3226) Bryan Bennett (426-3026) Brian Young (488-2929) Brian Babin (492-2722) Brian Babin (406-2514) Nathan Stanley (391-1922) Tyler Beatty (335-1886)

2004 2013 2003 2005 2014 2011 2008 2009 2012 2010

TDs Responsible For 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

38 37 33 30 28 26 24 19 16 15 15 15 15 15 15

Martin Hankins Bryan Bennett Bryan Bennett Martin Hankins Brian Babin Brian Babin Trey Willie Brian Young Dan Brewer Johnny Wells Robbie Mahfouz Horace Belton Ray Porta Jay Lucas Tyler Beatty

2004 2013 2014 2003 2008 2009 2005 2011 1967 1980 1981 1974 1954 2007 2010

Total Offense/Game (minimum 5 games) 1. 2. 3.

383.7 322.6 300.8

Martin Hankins (11 games) Trey Willie (10 games) Bryan Bennett (14 games)

2004 2005 2013

Jay Lucas led Southeastern in all purpose yards in each of his three seasons in Hammond and recorded a school-record 1,724 all purpose yards in 2007. He is second in school history with 3,989 all purpose yards and his 117.3 average is second overall. 4. 5.

282.2 266.3

Martin Hankins (12 games) Brian Young (11 games)

All Purpose Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1,724 1,622 1,590 1,559 1,458 1,408 1,384 1,344 1,316 1,313

Jay Lucas Ray Perkins Xavier Roberson Jerry Butler Jordan Wells Jerry Butler Jerry Butler Jay Lucas Devante Scott Felton Huggins

All Purpose Yards/Game (minimum 5 games) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

156.7 147.5 141.7 132.5 128.0

Jay Lucas (11 games) Ray Perkins (11 games) Jerry Butler (11 games) Jordan Wells (11 games) Jerry Butler (11 games)

Team Total Offense Yards (Season) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

6,766 6,071 5,908 4,672 4,420

(1,044-6,766) (949-6,071) (896-5,908) (888-4,672) (840-4,420)

Team Total Offense/Game (Season) 1. 2.

537.1 (11 games) 483.3 (14 games)

2003 2011

2007 2004 2013 1984 2011 1983 1982 2008 2014 2004

2007 2004 1984 2011 1983

2013 2014 2004 2003 2011

2004 2013

3. 4. 5.

467.0 (13 games) 441.3 (9 games) 403.1 (10 games)

2014 1954 2005

Team All Purpose Yards (Season) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

8,290 7,252 6,780 6,391 6,298

2013 2014 2004 2011 2003

Most Total Offense Plays (Single-Game) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

73, Martin Hankins at Gardner-Webb 72, Trey Willie vs. Nicholls State 70, Trey Willie at Northern Colorado 69, Trey Willie vs. Tulane 68, Seth Babin vs. Sam Houston State

Nov. 20, 2004 Nov. 12, 2005 Sept. 17, 2005 Oct. 1, 2005 Nov. 11, 2006

Most Total Offense Yards Gained (Single-Game) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

582, Martin Hankins vs. Arkansas-Monticello Sept. 2, 2004 483, Martin Hankins at Gardner-Webb Nov. 20, 2004 463, Martin Hankins at Jacksonville Nov. 6, 2004 454, Trey Willie vs. Nicholls State Nov. 12, 2005 429, Brian Young at Central Arkansas Oct. 29, 2011

Most All-Purpose Yards Gained (Single-Game) 1. 2. 3. 4.

348, Keylam Davis at Northwestern State Oct. 11, 2003 266, Felton Huggins vs. Arkansas-Monticello Sept. 2, 2004 265, Jordan Wells at Central Arkansas Oct. 29, 2011 235, Felton Huggins at McNeese State Sept. 11, 2004 235, Xavier Roberson vs. Stephen F.Austin Nov. 10, 2012

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Total Points Scored 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

289 266 202 186 182 182 176 170 156 151

Seth Sebastian (151 PAT, 46 FG) Jeff Turner (116 PAT, 50 FG) Horace Belton (33 TD, 2 PAT) Bryan Bennett (31 TD) Jay Lucas (30 TD, 1 PAT) Simmie Yarborough (30 TD, 1 PAT) Jerry Butler (29 TD, 1 PAT) Jim Hall (86 PAT, 28 FG) Mack Boatner (26 TD) Frank Londono (52 PAT, 33 FG)

2010-13 2006-09 1973-76 2013-14 2006-08 2008-11 1981-84 2003-06 1978-81 1977-79

Touchdowns Scored 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

33 31 30 30 29 26 24 22 21 20

Horace Belton (31 rush, 2 rec) 1973-76 Bryan Bennett (31 rush) 2013-14 Jay Lucas (22 rush, 8 rec) 2006-08 Simmie Yarborough (30 rec) 2008-11 Jerry Butler (28 rush, 1 rec) 1981-84 Mack Boatner (25 rush, 1 rec) 1978-81 Xavier Roberson (17 rush, 2 rec, 5 ret) 2012-15 Felton Huggins (22 rec) 2003-05 Zeke Jones (20 rush, 1 rec) 2008-12 Ray Perkins (15 rush, 4 rec, 1 ret) 2003-04

SCORING (SEASON) Total Points Scored 1. 2. 3. 4. 7. 8. 9.

114 108 96 90 90 90 83 79 78 78 78

Seth Sebastian (66 PAT, 16 FG) Ryan Adams (60 PAT, 16 FG) Bryan Bennett (16 TD) Bryan Bennett (15 TD) Horace Belton (15 TD) Jay Lucas (15 TD) Jim Hall (44 PAT, 13 FG) Jeff Turner (28 PAT, 17 FG) Jeff Turner (36 PAT, 14 FG) Felton Huggins (13 TD) Ray Perkins (13 TD)

16 15 15 15 13 13 12 12 11 11

Player Points TD Milton Lavigne 48 8 Lou Campos 24 4 Ray Billings 30 5 Ridley Boudreaux 30 5 Ed Welch 30 5 Don Marino 26 2 Huey Husser 31 5 Bob Mahfouz 18 3 Huey Husser 18 3 Mickey Catalanotto 18 3 Pete Morere 36 6 Wayne Dugas 24 4 C.J.Alexander 50 8 C.J.Alexander 50 7 Elbert Harris 30 5 Billy Ladner 66 10 Brent Roussell 26 2 Ellis Johnson 32 5 Ellis Johnson 48 8 Duane Floyd 32 5 Charles Whitney 40 6 Dan Brewer 36 6 Tommy Arbour 26 4 Clell Rosetti 38 6 Ted Glaser 42 7 Darrell Beard 24 4 Jay Lang 25 0 Jay Lang 33 2 Horace Belton 90 15

XP 0 0 0 0 0 14 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 0 6 14 1 0 2 2 0 2 1 0 0 10 6 0

FG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 5 0

Year 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Player Horace Belton Raul Fernandez Frank Londono Frank Londono Mack Boatner Wilson Alvarez Mark Fritscher Mack Boatner Jerry Butler Bruce Ladner Jerry Butler David Hamilton Jeffrey Howard Jim Hall Jim Hall Jay Lucas Jay Lucas Jeff Turner Jeff Turner Seth Sebastian Seth Sebastian Xavier Roberson Seth Sebastian Ryan Adams Jonathan Tatum

Points TD 66 11 50 0 53 0 54 0 66 11 51 0 48 0 48 8 42 7 58 0 74 12 25 0 54 9 83 0 59 0 44 7 90 15 75 0 78 0 57 0 77 0 42 7 114 0 108 0 41 0

XP 0 29 17 21 0 36 27 0 0 22 1 13 0 44 29 2 0 39 36 27 35 0 66 60 23

FG 0 7 12 11 0 5 7 0 0 12 0 4 0 13 10 0 0 12 14 10 14 0 16 16 6

2013 2014 2013 2014 1974 2007 2004 2007 2009 2004 2004

Touchdowns Scored 1. 2. 5. 7. 9.

Year 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974

Bryan Bennett (16 rush) Bryan Bennett (15 rush) Horace Belton (14 rush, 1 rec) Jay Lucas (12 rush, 3 rec) Ray Perkins (9 rush, 3 rec, 1 ret) Felton Huggins (13 rec) Simmie Yarborough (12 rec) Jerry Butler (11 rush, 1 rec) Mack Boatner (10 rush, 1 rec) Horace Belton (10 rush, 1 rec)

2013 2014 1974 2007 2004 2004 2009 1984 1979 1975

TEAM SCORING RECORDS (SEASON) Total Points Scored 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

538 523 425 369 344 327 311 279 279 269

2013 2014 2004 2003 2009 2008 2011 2005 2007 1980

Touchdowns Scored 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

70 68 56 48 43 42 39 36 36 33 33 33

(42 rush, 22 rec, 6 ret) (41 rush, 24 rec, 3 ret) (15 rush, 38 rec, 3 ret) (10 rush, 32 rec, 6 ret) (12 rush, 30 rec, 1 ret) (9 rush, 29 rec, 4 ret) (21 rush, 17 rec, 1 ret) (24 rush, 12 rec) (14 rush, 22 rec) (22 rush, 8 rec, 3 ret) (20 rush, 13 rec) (14 rush, 13 rec, 6 ret)

2013 2014 2004 2003 2009 2008 2011 1980 2005 1961 1981 2007

TEAM SINGLE-GAME RECORDS

Most Points Scored (Division I - since 1980) 1. 2. 3.

79, vs. Kentucky Wesleyan 76, vs. Houston Baptist 69, vs. Union College

Sept. 15, 2007 Nov. 8, 2014 Sept. 10, 2009

Jeff Turner finished with 266 points for Southeastern from 2006-09, joining Horace Belton and Seth Sebastian as the only three Lions to score over 200 points in a career. Turner set a Southland Conference single-game record with six field goals at Texas State in 2007. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

68, vs. Webber International 64, vs. Prairie View A&M 63. at Incarnate Word 63, vs. Savannah State 62, at Nicholls 61, at Lamar 59, vs. Delta State

Oct. 18, 2003 Nov. 15, 2003 Sept. 27, 2014 Sept. 10, 2011 Nov. 20, 2014 Oct. 11, 2014 Nov. 8, 1980

Most Touchdowns Scored (since 2003) 1. 2. 3. 6.

11, vs. Houston Baptist 11, vs. Kentucky Wesleyan 10, vs. Union College 9. at Incarnate Word 9, vs. Prairie View A&M 9, vs. Webber International 9, vs. Savannah State 8, at Lamar 8, at Nicholls 8, vs. Stephen F. Austin 8, vs. Lamar 8, at Central Arkansas 8, vs. Texas College

Nov. 8, 2014 Sept. 15, 2007 Sept. 10, 2009 Sept. 27, 2014 Nov. 15, 2003 Oct. 18, 2003 Sept. 10, 2011 Oct. 11, 2014 Nov. 20, 2014 Oct. 12, 2013 Oct. 26, 2013 Nov. 9, 2013 Nov. 11, 2004

8, vs. Mercyhurst

Oct. 16, 2004

INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS

Most Points Scored (since 2003) 1. 2.

24, Jay Lucas vs. Kentucky Wesleyan 19, Jeff Turner at Texas State

Most Points Scored by Kicking 1. 2. 3. 5.

19, Jeff Turner at Texas State 15, Jim Hall at Jacksonville 14, Hess Crockett vs. Webber International 14, Jeff Turner at Louisiana Tech 13, Jeff Turner vs. Sam Houston State 13, Jeff Turner vs. Kentucky Wesleyan

Most Touchdowns Scored 1.

4, Jay Lucas vs. Kentucky Wesleyan

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EXTRA POINTS (CAREER) PAT Kicks Made 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

151 116 86 60 52 46 41 37 36 35 35

Seth Sebastian (151-157) Jeff Turner (116-125) Jim Hall (86-102) Ryan Adams (60-62) Frank Londono (52-57) Mark Fritscher (46-48) Tommy Saia (41-47) Wilson Alvarez (37-38) Ken Bailey (36-45) John Short (35-42) Bruce Ladner (35-38)

PAT Kicks Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

157 125 102 62 57 48 48 47 45 42

Seth Sebastian (151-157) Jeff Turner (116-125) Jim Hall (86-102) Ryan Adams (60-62) Frank Londono (52-57) Don Marino (30-48) Mark Fritscher (46-48) Tommy Saia (41-47) Ken Bailey (36-45) John Short (35-42)

2010-13 2006-09 2003-06 2011-14 1977-79 1980-82 1974-75 1979-80 1954-57 1966-67 1983-84

2010-13 2006-09 2003-06 2011-14 1977-79 1953-54 1980-82 1974-75 1954-57 1966-67

EXTRA POINTS (SEASON) PAT Kicks Made 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 10.

66 60 44 39 36 36 35 29 29 28

Seth Sebastian (66-67) Ryan Adams (60-62) Jim Hall (44-51) Jeff Turner (39-41) Jeff Turner (36-39) Wilson Alvarez (36-37) Seth Sebastian (35-37) Raul Fernandez (29-30) Jim Hall (29-33) Jeff Turner (28-29)

PAT Kicks Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

67 62 51 41 39 37 37 33 31 30

Seth Sebastian (66-67) Ryan Adams (60-62) Jim Hall (44-51) Jeff Turner (39-41) Jeff Turner (36-39) Wilson Alvarez (36-37) Seth Sebastian (35-37) Jim Hall (29-33) Don Marino (16-31) Raul Fernandez (29-30)

2013 2014 2004 2008 2009 1980 2011 1976 2005 2007

2013 2014 2004 2008 2009 1980 2011 2005 1954 1976

FIELD GOALS (CAREER) Field Goals Made 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

50 46 33 28 17 16 15 15 10 9 9

Jeff Turner (50-68) Seth Sebastian (46-67) Frank Londono (33-58) Jim Hall (28-45) Bruce Ladner (17-32) Ryan Adams (16-18) Mark Fritscher (15-24) Roy Hurd (15-40) Jay Lang (10-17) Hess Crockett (9-13) Tommy Saia (9-19)

Field Goals Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

68 67 58 45 40 32 24 19 18 17 17

Jeff Turner (50-68) Seth Sebastian (46-67) Frank Londono (33-58) Jim Hall (28-45) Roy Hurd (15-40) Bruce Ladner (17-32) Mark Fritscher (15-24) Tommy Saia (9-19) Ryan Adams (16-18) Raul Fernandez (8-17) Jay Lang (10-17)

Field Goal Pct (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

88.9 73.5 69.2 68.7 66.7 62.5

Ryan Adams (16-18) Jeff Turner (50-68) Hess Crockett (9-13) Seth Sebastian (46-67) David Hamilton (4-6) Mark Fritscher (15-24)

Seth Sebastian finished his career as the school’s all-time leader in extra points made and attempted. In 2012, he set a single-season school record with 66 PAT’s made and 67 PAT’s attempted. 7. 8. 9. 10.

62.2 58.8 56.9 53.1

Jim Hall (28-45) Jay Lang (10-17) Frank Londono (33-58) Bruce Ladner (17-32)

2003-06 1972-74 1977-79 1983-84

FIELD GOALS (SEASON) 17 16 16 14 14 13 12 12 12 11

Jeff Turner (17-20) Ryan Adams (16-18) Seth Sebastian (16-18) Jeff Turner (14-21) Seth Sebastian (14-21) Jim Hall (13-18) Jeff Turner (12-17) Bruce Ladner (12-18) Frank Londono (12-23) Frank Londono (11-20)

2007 2014 2013 2009 2011 2004 2008 1983 1977 1978

2006-09 2010-13 1977-79 2003-06 1983-84 2011-14 1980-82 1969-70 1972-74 2003 1974-75

Field Goals Attempted

2006-09 2010-13 1977-79 2003-06 1969-70 1983-84 1980-82 1974-75 2011-14 1974-76 1972-74

Field Goal Pct (minimum 5 attempts)

2011-14 2006-09 2003 2010-13 1985 1980-82

1. 3. 5. 7.

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

23 23 21 21 20 20 18 18 18 18 18

Most Field Goals Made (since 2003) 1. 2.

6, Jeff Turner at Texas State 4, Jeff Turner at Louisiana Tech

The Longest Field Goals

Field Goals Made 1. 2. 4. 6. 7. 10.

FIELD GOALS (SINGLE-GAME)

Roy Hurd (8-23) Frank Londono (12-23) Seth Sebastian (14-21) Jeff Turner (14-21) Frank Londono (11-20) Jeff Turner (17-20) Bruce Ladner (12-18) Jim Hall (10-18) Jim Hall (13-18) Seth Sebastian (16-18) Ryan Adams (16-18)

1970 1977 2011 2009 1978 2007 1983 2005 2004 2013 2014

88.9 Seth Sebastian (16-18) 88.9 Ryan Adams (16-18) 85.0 Jeff Turner (17-20) 83.3 Jim Hall (5-6) 72.2 Jim Hall (13-18) 71.4 Seth Sebastian (10-14) 70.6 Jeff Turner (12-17) 70.0 Jeff Turner (7-10) 69.2 Hess Crockett (9-13) 66.7 Frank Londono (10-15) 66.7 David Hamilton (4-6) 66.7 Seth Sebastian (14-21)

55 52 50 50 49 49 48 48 47 47 47 47 47 47

Ryan Adams vs. Northwestern State Jeff Turner at South Dakota Ryan Adams at Tulane Roy Hurd vs. Southwestern Louisiana Seth Sebastian vs. McNeese State Frank Londono vs. Nicholls State Jeff Turner vs. Central Arkansas Frank Londono vs. Delta State Seth Sebastian vs. Northwestern State Jeff Turner vs. Texas A&M-Commerce Jeff Turner at Texas State Hess Crockett vs. Arkansas-Monticello Tommy Saia vs. Livingston Wilson Alvarez vs. Delta State

2013 2014 2007 2003 2004 2010 2008 2006 2003 1979 1985 2011

Most Consecutive Field Goals Made 15

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Oct. 4, 2014 Sept. 26, 2009 Sept. 13, 2014 Oct. 4, 1969 Sept. 22, 2012 Nov. 10, 1979 Oct. 31, 2009 Nov. 4, 1978 Nov. 6, 2010 Sept. 5, 2009 Nov. 3, 2007 Aug. 30, 2003 Sept. 28, 1974 Nov. 8, 1980


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Punt Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

9,437 9,120 7,665 7,538 6,963 5,838 5,456 5,013 3,978 3,919

Wayne Sullivan (229 punts) James Magruder (232) Beau Mothe (195) Jim Hall (187) Bret Wright (165) Scott Allen (156) Carl Schutz (142) Cody Samples (132) Elbert Harris (114) Nolan Gill (102)

Punt Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

232 229 195 187 165 156 142 132 114 113

James Magruder (232-9,120) Wayne Sullivan (229-9,437) Beau Mothe (195-7,665) Jim Hall (187-7,538) Bret Wright (165-6,963) Scott Allen (156-5,838) Carl Schutz (142-5,456) Cody Samples (132-5,013) Elbert Harris (114-3,978) Joe Johnson (113-3,780)

1965-68 1975-78 2009-12 2003-06 1981-83 1977-80 1969-71 2007-08 1958-61 1972-74

1975-78 1965-68 2009-12 2003-06 1981-83 1977-80 1969-71 2007-08 1958-61 1950-53

Average Yards/Punt (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

43.33 42.39 42.20 41.21 41.20 41.17 40.85 40.31 40.22 39.85

Scott Senner (63-2,730) Harrison Heim (66-2,798) Bret Wright (165-6,963) Wayne Sullivan (229-9,437) Noel Wilkins (44-1,813) Denny Smith (76-3,129) Cliff Stringfield (26-1,062) Jim Hall (187-7,538) Matt McCormick (83-3,339) Billy Ray Parnell (41-1,634)

1984 2015 1981-83 1965-68 1949-50 1968-69 1956 2003-06 2010-13 1949

Season 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976

Player No. Billy Ray Parnell 41 Ridley Boudreaux 46 Joe Johnson 46 Joe Johnson 59 Ray Porta 38 Ray Porta 16 Huey Husser 41 Cliff Stringfield 26 Bill Hawkins 37 Quentin Smith 15 Elbert Harris 42 Elbert Harris 30 Elbert Harris 39 Brent Roussell 42 Brent Roussel 47 Jerry Hollifield 51 Wayne Sullivan 64 Wayne Sullivan 58 Wayne Sullivan 50 Wayne Sullivan 57 Denny Smith 66 Carl Schutz 46 Carl Schutz 92 Nolan Gill 68 Kevin Webb 38 Kevin Webb 52 James Magruder 56 James Magruder 69

Yards Avg. Long 1,634 39.9 1,711 37.2 1,567 34.1 1,918 32.5 1,311 34.5 591 36.9 1,496 36.5 1,062 40.8 55 1,283 34.7 50 546 36.4 1,425 33.9 54 1,026 34.2 1,410 36.2 1,540 36.7 59 1,762 37.5 1,939 38.0 2,732 42.7 63 2,286 39.4 64 2,044 40.9 57 2,375 41.7 62 2,769 42.0 66 1,739 37.8 55 3,583 38.9 62 2,576 37.9 64 1,499 39.4 51 1,888 36.3 52 2,113 37.7 64 2,548 36.9 56

Season 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Player No. James Magruder 64 James Magruder 43 Scott Allen 68 Scott Allen 55 Bret Wright 23 Bret Wright 76 Bret Wright 66 Scott Senner 63 David Hamilton 77 Jim Hall 50 Jim Hall 39 Jim Hall 43 Jim Hall 55 Cody Samples 64 Cody Samples 68 Beau Mothe 65 Beau Mothe 60 Matt McCormick 36 Beau Mothe 53 Matt McCormick 40 Tim Callian 27 Harrison Heim 66

Yards Avg. Long 2,706 42.3 59 1,753 40.8 65 2,552 37.5 69 1,951 35.5 51 919 40.0 66 3,121 41.1 63 2,923 44.3 66 2,730 43.3 61 2,866 37.2 64 2,093 41.9 65 1,485 38.1 58 1,800 41.9 58 2,160 39.3 57 2,368 37.0 55 2,645 38.9 58 2,484 38.2 62 2,292 38.2 65 1,494 41.5 61 2,305 43.5 60 1627 40.7 59 982 36.4 53 2,798 42.4 71

PUNTING (SEASON) Punt Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

3,583 3,121 2,923 2,866 2,798 2,769 2,732 2,730 2,706 2,645

Carl Schutz (92 punts) Bret Wright (76) Bret Wright (66) David Hamilton (77) Harrison Heim (66) Denny Smith (66) Wayne Sullivan (64) Scott Senner (63) James Magruder (64) Cody Samples (68)

1971 1982 1983 1985 2015 1969 1965 1984 1977 2008

Punt Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 8.

92 77 76 69 68 68 68 66 66 66

Carl Schutz (92-3,583) David Hamilton (77-2,866) Bret Wright (76-3,121) James Magruder (69-2,548) Scott Allen (68-2,552) Cody Samples (68-2,645) Nolan Gill (68-2,576) Bret Wright (66-2,923) Denny Smith (66-2,769) Harrison Heim (66-2,798)

1971 1985 1982 1976 1979 2008 1972 1983 1969 2015

Average Yards/Punt (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

49.57 44.29 43.49 43.33 42.69 42.39 42.28 41.95 41.86 41.86

Noel Wilkins (14-694) Bret Wright (66-2,923) Beau Mothe (53-2,305) Scott Senner (63-2,730) Wayne Sullivan (64-2,732) Harrison Heim (66-2,798) James Magruder (64-2,706) Denny Smith (66-2,769) Jim Hall (43-1,800) Jim Hall (50-2,093)

1950 1983 2012 1984 1965 2015 1977 1969 2005 2003

TEAM PUNTING RECORDS Punt Yards (Season) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

3,583 3,121 3,098 2,927 2,919

(92 punts) (77) (78) (68) (80)

1971 1982 1978 1983 1985

Jim Hall (left) led Southeastern in punting from 2003-06 and finished third in school history in punt yardage and attempts. Wayne Sullivan (center) averaged 41.1 yards per punt in four seasons with the Lions and holds the school’s all-time mark in punt yardage. Beau Mothe (right) led the Lions in punting three times and his 43.5 average in 2012 was the third-highest in school history.

Punt Attempts (Season) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

92 80 78 77 75

(92-3,583) (80-2,919) (78-3,098) (77-3,121) (75-2,741)

Average Yards/Punt (Season) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

43.04 42.69 42.28 42.15 41.86

(68-2,927) (64-2,732) (64-2,706) (66-2,782) (43-1,800)

1971 1985 1978 1982 1972

1983 1965 1977 1984 2005

1. 3.

11, Beau Mothe vs. Stephen F. Austin 11, Cody Samples at New Mexico State 10, Harrison Heim at McNeese State 10, Harrison Heim vs. Florida Tech 10, Matt McCormick at Stephen F. Austin 10, Cody Samples at Sam Houston State

Most Yards Punting (since 2003) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

467, Matt McCormick at Stephen F. Austin 461, Beau Mothe vs. Stephen F. Austin 424, Harrison Heim at McNeese State 418, Cody Samples at New Mexico State 417, Cody Samples at Sam Houston State

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

51.5, Jim Hall at Northern Colorado 50.5, Beau Mothe at UAB 49.0, Jim Hall at New Mexico State 47.2, Matt McCormick at Samford 46.7, Matt McCormick at Stephen F. Austin

Nov. 14, 2009 Aug. 30, 2007 Oct. 8, 2015 Sept. 12, 2015 Nov. 12, 2011 Nov. 15, 2008

Sept. 17, 2005 Oct. 6, 2012 Aug. 31, 2006 Sept. 21, 2013 Nov. 12, 2011

Most Punts Downed Inside 20 (since 2003) 1. 2. 3.

6, Cody Samples vs. Stephen F. Austin 5, Beau Mothe at Northwestern State 4, Jim Hall vs. Arkansas-Monticello 4, Matt McCormick at Stephen F. Austin 4, Beau Mothe vs. Texas State

The Longest Punts

PUNTING (SINGLE-GAME) Most Punts (since 2003)

Highest Average Yards Per Punt (3 punts)

71 69 68 66 66 66 66 65 65 65

Harrison Heim vs. Nicholls Scott Allen vs. Ball State Scott Allen vs. Troy State Jerry Hollifield vs. Northeast Louisiana Denny Smith vs. Louisiana Tech Bret Wright vs. Troy State Bret Wright vs. Texas Southern Beau Mothe vs. McNeese State James Magruder vs. Livingston Jim Hall at Texas State

Nov. 12, 2011 Nov. 14, 2009 Oct. 8, 2015 Aug. 30, 2007 Nov. 15, 2008

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Oct. 6, 2007 Nov. 7, 2009 Aug. 30, 2003 Nov. 12, 2011 Oct. 9, 2010

Nov. 19, 2015 Sept. 29, 1979 Oct. 6, 1979 Oct. 24, 1964 Nov. 8, 1969 Oct. 10, 1981 Oct. 15, 1983 Oct. 23, 2010 Oct. 14, 1978 Sept. 27, 2003

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PUNT RETURNS (CAREER) Punt Return Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1,380 756 586 479 414 320 307 280 279 264

Punt Returns 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9. 10.

126 72 61 40 37 34 34 34 32 30

Steve Keller (126-1380) Hubert Polk (61-756) Arlen Blackwell (30-586) Anthony Vereen (72-479) David Patterson (40-414) Brandon Collins (34-320) Ray Brown (34-307) Johnny O’Neal (27-280) Don Marino (17-279) Ridley Boudreaux (10-264)

1968-71 1950-53 1949, 54-55 1976-80 1979-82 2010-11 1983-84 1965-66 1953-54 1950-51

Steve Keller (126-1380) Anthony Vereen (72-479) Hubert Polk (61-756) David Patterson (40-414) Bobby Hill (37-146) Choni Francis (34-173) Brandon Collins (34-320) Ray Brown (34-307) Richard Foley (32-236) Arlen Blackwell (30-586)

1968-71 1976-80 1950-53 1979-82 1971-74 2003-04 2010-11 1983-84 1980-81 1949, 54-55

Average Yards/Punt Return (min. 10 att.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

26.40 19.53 16.41 15.54 14.60 12.39 11.38 10.95 10.53 10.37

Ridley Boudreaux (10-264) Arlen Blackwell (30-586) Don Marino (17-279) Larry Troxler (13-202) Willie Rhodes (10-146) Hubert Polk (61-756) Jamaal Jackson (16-182) Steve Keller (126-1380) Jerry Hollifield (17-179) Johnny O'Neal (27-280)

1950-51 1949, 54-55 1953-54 1953-54 1957-60 1950-53 2004-05 1968-71 1963-64 1965-66

PUNT RETURNS (SEASON) Punt Return Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

579 524 367 331 295 281 242 236 232 225

Punt Returns 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9. 10.

46 36 34 28 27 25 25 25 24 23 23 23

Steve Keller (46-579) Arlen Blackwell (25-524) Hubert Polk (28-367) Hubert Polk (23-331) Steve Keller (23-295) Steve Keller (23-281) Anthony Vereen (36-242) Terry Hodges (25-236) Brandon Collins (21-232) Steve Keller (34-225)

1969 1949 1950 1951 1968 1970 1978 1967 2011 1971

Steve Keller (46-579) Anthony Vereen (36-242) Steve Keller (34-225) Hubert Polk (28-367) Devante Scott (27-128) Terry Hodges (25-236) Bobby Hill (25-75) Arlen Blackwell (25-524) Pat Mason (24-202) Steve Keller (23-295) Hubert Polk (23-331) Steve Keller (23-281)

1969 1978 1971 1950 2014 1967 1973 1949 1974 1968 1951 1970

Average Yards/Punt Return (min. 10 att.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

20.96 15.40 14.39 13.58 13.11 12.83 12.59 12.22 11.38 11.05

Arlen Blackwell (25-524) Larry Troxler (10-154) Hubert Polk (23-331) Eric Jackson (12-163) Hubert Polk (28-367) Steve Keller (23-295) Steve Keller (46-579) Steve Keller (23-281) Jamaal Jackson (16-182) Brandon Collins (21-232)

Season 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976

Player No. Arlen Blackwell 25 Hubert Polk 28 Hubert Polk 23 Hubert Polk 10 Don Marino 13 Larry Troxler 10 Arlen Blackwell 4 Billy Honeycutt 9 Calvin Boudreaux 1 Bobby Dugas 1 Willie Rhodes 4 Wilbur Derrick 9 Joel Smith 6 Brent Roussell 4 Jerry Hollifield 12 Jerry Hollifield 5 Johnny O’Neal 9 Johnny O’Neal 18 Terry Hodges 25 Steve Keller 23 Steve Keller 46 Steve Keller 23 Steve Keller 34 Bobby Hill 12 Bobby Hill 25 Pat Mason 24 Mike Hornsby 1 AnthonyVereen 9

Yards Avg. Long TD 524 21.0 0 1 367 13.1 0 1 331 14.4 0 0 58 5.8 0 0 138 10.6 0 0 154 15.4 0 0 43 10.8 0 0 176 19.6 0 0 39 39.0 39 0 95 95.0 95 1 62 15.5 45 0 102 11.3 0 0 98 16.3 45 0 55 13.8 22 0 108 9.0 0 0 71 14.2 0 0 100 11.1 0 0 180 10.0 66 1 236 9.4 47 0 295 12.8 68 0 579 12.6 60 1 281 12.2 59 0 225 6.6 26 0 71 5.9 17 0 75 3.0 35 0 202 8.4 26 0 40 40.0 40 1 66 7.3 13 0

Longest Punt Return 95 86 75 68 67 66 65 64 60 60 60

Bobby Dugas vs. Florence State David Patterson vs. Illinois State Robert Alford at Lamar Steve Keller vs. Northwestern State Andre Cryer vs. Kentucky Wesleyan Johnny O’Neal vs. Louisiana College Don Marino vs. Louisiana College Anthony Vereen vs. Livingston Don Marino vs. Stetson Brandon Collins vs. Nicholls State Steve Keller at Youngstown State

Oct. 18, 1958 Sept. 27, 1980 Sept. 29, 2012 Nov. 23, 1968 Sept. 15, 2007 Oct. 15, 1966 Oct. 2, 1954 Oct. 15, 1977 Oct. 30, 1954 Nov. 17, 2011 Nov. 1, 1969

Highest Average Gain Per Return (2 returns - since 2003) 1. 2. 3.

26.2, Robert Alford at Lamar 19.7, Jamaal Jackson vs.Alcorn State 18.5, Romaliz Mayo vs. Lambuth

Sept. 29, 2012 (4-105) Sept. 10, 2005 (3-59) Sept. 4, 2003 (2-37)

football Season 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Player No. AnthonyVereen 20 AnthonyVereen 36 David Patterson 10 Richard Foley 21 David Patterson 11 David Patterson 15 Ray Brown 19 Ray Brown 15 Kervin Fontenette 9 Choni Francis 19 Choni Francis 15 Jamaal Jackson 16 Eric Jackson 6 Eric Jackson 12 Andre Cryer 11 Chris Wilson 7 Brandon Collins 13 Brandon Collins 21 Robert Alford 7 Harlan Miller 9 Devante Scott 27

Yards Avg. Long TD 137 6.8 64 1 242 6.7 17 0 89 8.9 33 0 178 8.5 22 0 80 7.3 32 0 146 9.7 23 0 207 10.9 53 0 100 6.7 49 0 69 7.7 29 0 82 4.3 14 0 91 6.1 24 0 182 11.4 45 0 29 4.8 8 0 163 13.6 54 0 96 8.7 25 0 39 5.6 15 0 88 6.8 30 0 232 11.0 60 0 99 14.1 75 1 99 11..0 44 0 128 4.7 31 0

TEAM PUNT RETURNS (SEASON) Punt Return Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

642 (33 returns) 615 (51) 571 (31) 444 (34) 406 (23)

Punt Returns 1. 3. 4. 5.

51 (615 yards) 51 (402) 44 (336) 37 (321) 35 (295) 35 (227) 35 (250)

1949 1969 1951 1950 1954

1969 1978 1971 1967 1983 2014 1979

1949 1954 1951 2007 1950 1968 1969 1970 2005 2011

PUNT RETURNS (SINGLE-GAME) Most Punt Returns 1. 2.

10 5 5 5 5

Terry Hodges vs. SW Louisiana Oct. 14, 1967 Brandon Collins vs. Lamar Oct. 1, 2011 Andre Cryer at Stephen F.Austin Oct. 4, 2008 Andre Cryer vs.Texas A&M-Commerce Sept. 5, 2009 Choni Francis vs.Arkansas-Monticello Aug. 30, 2003

Steve Keller holds Southeastern and State of Louisiana career records for punt returns and punt return yardage. During his four-year career, Keller averaged nearly 11 yards per return and his 46 returns in 1969 are the second-most by an in-state player.

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Kick Return Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2,106 1,494 1,489 1,471 1,266 1,167 934 769 763 736

Xavier Roberson (65-2106) Keylam Davis (68-1494) Steve Keller (69-1489) Jordan Wells (56-1471) Jerry Butler (57-1266) Andre Cryer (56-1167) Bret Brian (45-934) Ray Brown (33-769) Byron Ross (43-763) Robert Hicks (30-736)

2012-15 2003-07 1968-71 2010-12 1981-84 2007-10 1981-82 1983-84 2003-07 1977-80

Kick Returns 1. 2. 3. 4 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

69 68 65 57 56 56 45 43 36 33 33

Steve Keller (69-1489) Keylam Davis (68-1494) Xavier Roberson (65-2106) Jerry Butler (57-1266) Andre Cryer (56-1167) Jordan Wells (56-1471) Bret Brian (45-934) Byron Ross (43-763) Bobby Hill (36-530) Ted Glaser (33-640) Ray Brown (33-769)

1968-71 2003-07 2012-15 1981-84 2007-10 2010-12 1981-82 2003-07 1971-74 1967-70 1983-84

Kick Return TDs 1. 2.. 3.

5 2 1 1 1 1 1

Xavier Roberson Keylam Davis Scott Goldberg Billy Ladner Robert Hicks C.J.Alexander Ray Perkins

2012-15 2003-07 2003 1959-61 1977-80 1958-59 2003-04

Average Yards/Kick Return (min. 10 att.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

32.90 32.40 29.60 26.27 25.42 25.36 24.53 24.18 23.42 23.38

Scott Goldberg (10-329) Xavier Roberson (65-2106) Billy Ladner (10-296) Jordan Wells (56-1471) Marquis Powell (24-610) Jerry Joe Dunaway (11-279) Robert Hicks (30-736) Fred Runte (11-266) Donald Dykes (12-281) Anthony Vereen (29-678)

2003 2012-15 1959-61 2010-12 2007-08 1961-64 1977-80 1962 1975-78 1976-80

KICK RETURNS (SEASON) Kick Return Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1,383 915 610 567 554 526 523 474 470 455

Jordan Wells (52-1383) Xavier Roberson (26-915) Marquis Powell (24-610) Bret Brian (26-567) Keylam Davis (20-554) Steve Keller (23-526) Xavier Roberson (17-523) Jeff Smiley (24-474) Ron Walker (23-470) Darnel Charrier (22-455)

2011 2013 2008 1981 2003 1970 2014 2012 2010 1975

Kick Returns 1. 2. 4 6. 8. 9.

52 26 26 24 24 23 23 22 20 20

Jordan Wells (52-1383) Xavier Roberson (26-915) Bret Brian (26-567) Marquis Powell (24-610) Jeff Smiley (24-474) Steve Keller (23-526) Ron Walker (23-470) Darnel Charrier (22-455) Andre Cryer (20-391) Keylam Davis (20-554)

3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1

Xavier Roberson Keylam Davis Xavier Roberson Ray Perkins Scott Goldberg Billy Ladner C.J.Alexander Robert Hicks

35.18 33.27 32.90

Xavier Roberson (26-915) Xavier Roberson (11-366) Scott Goldberg (10-329)

30.76 27.70 27.45 26.62 26.60 26.08 25.92

Yards Avg. Long TD 137 22.8 0 0 222 24.7 0 0 99 19.8 0 0 181 22.6 0 0 107 17.8 0 0 109 21.8 0 0 252 22.9 0 0 67 16.8 0 0 185 23.1 0 0 311 25.9 94 1 260 18.6 30 0 122 20.3 0 0 211 35.2 95 1 266 24.2 0 0 173 21.6 0 0 192 21.3 0 0 120 20.0 0 0 266 20.5 56 0 359 18.9 60 0 361 20.1 31 0 337 22.5 39 0 526 22.9 45 0 265 20.4 29 0 283 15.7 32 0 160 20.0 35 0 277 18.5 33 0 455 20.7 37 0

Xavier Roberson (17-523) Keylam Davis (20-554) Xavier Roberson (11-302) Ray Brown (16-426) Jordan Wells (52-1383) Robert Hicks (12-313) C.J.Alexander (12-311)

2014 2003 2015 1983 2011 1977 1958

KICK RETURNS (Single-Game) Most Kick Returns (since 2003) 1. 2. 4. 5.

10, Keylam Davis at Northwestern State 9, Jordan Wells at Northwestern State 9, Jordan Wells at Central Arkansas 8, Jordan Wells at Tulane 7, Xavier Roberson at Sam Houston State

Oct. 11, 2003 Oct. 15, 2011 Oct. 29, 2011 Sept. 3, 2011 Nov. 3, 2012

Most Kick Return Yards (since 2003) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

282, Keylam Davis at Northwestern State 265, Jordan Wells at Central Arkansas 224, Jordan Wells at Tulane 192, Xavier Roberson, at S. Dak. St. 191, Jordan Wells at Northwestern State

Oct. 11, 2003 (10) Oct. 29, 2011 (9) Sept. 3, 2011 (8) Sept. 14, 2013 (5) Oct. 15, 2011 (9)

Highest Average Gain Per Kick Return (2 returns) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

59.0, Xavier Roberson vs. Stephen F.Austin 51.0, Xavier Roberson at Nicholls State 47.5, Xavier Roberson, vs. SE Miss. 45.0, Xavier Roberson, vs. UNH 44.5, Marquis Powell vs. McNeese State

Nov. 10, 2012 (2-118) Nov. 15, 2012 (2-102) Aug. 29, 2013 (2-95) Dec. 14, 2013 (2-90) Nov. 1, 2008 (4-178)

Season 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Player No. Dean Waguespack 15 Robert Hicks 12 Donald Dykes 12 Robert Hicks 14 AnthonyVereen 6 Bret Brian 26 Bret Brian 19 Ray Brown 16 Ray Brown 17 Elliot Searcy 15 Keylam Davis 20 Choni Francis 10 Jamaal Jackson 12 Keylam Davis 17 Keylam Davis 18 Marquis Powell 24 Andre Cryer 20 Ron Walker 23 Jordan Wells, 52 Jeff Smiley 24 Xavier Roberson 26 Xavier Roberson 17 Xavier Roberson 11

Yards Avg. Long TD 278 18.5 33 0 313 26.1 58 0 281 23.4 46 0 341 24.4 100 1 173 28.8 44 0 567 21.8 50 0 367 19.3 31 0 426 26.6 63 0 343 20.2 45 0 227 15.1 27 0 554 27.7 98 2 191 19.1 36 0 112 9.3 19 0 324 19.1 33 0 400 22.2 39 0 610 25.4 65 0 391 19.5 38 0 470 20.4 34 0 1,383 26.6 91 0 474 19.8 47 0 915 35.2 92 3 523 30.8 79 0 302 27.5 59 0

The Longest Returns

100 Robert Hicks vs. Ball State 98, Keylam Davis vs. Webber International 98 Scott Goldberg vs. Jacksonville 97 Keylam Davis at Northwestern State 96 Xavier Roberson vs. Stephen F. Austin 95 Billy Ladner vs. Louisiana Tech 94 Ray Perkins vs. Mississippi Valley 94 C.J. Alexander vs. East Texas State 92 Xavier Roberson at Northwestern St. 91 Jordan Wells at Central Arkansas

Sept. 29, 1979 Oct. 18, 2003 Nov. 8, 2003 Oct. 11, 2003 Nov. 10, 2012 Nov. 4, 1961 Oct. 2, 2004 Sept. 26, 1959 Oct. 19, 2013 Oct. 29, 2011

TEAM KICK RETURN RECORDS (SEASON) Kick Return Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1,549 1,341 1,276 1,255 1,089

(65 returns) (61) (59) (60) (56)

Kick Returns 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

65 61 60 59 56

(1,549 yards) (1,341) (1,255) (1,276) (1,089)

Average Yards/Kick Return 1. 2. 3. 4.

24.69 24.30 24.00 23.83

(29-716) (44-1,069) (18-432) (65-1,549)

2011 2008 2003 2012 2007

2011 2008 2012 2003 2007

2014 2013 1961 2011

2013 2003 2012 2004 2003 1961 1958 1979

Average yards/kick return (min. 10 att.) 1. 2. 3

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player No. Jerry Zimmerman 6 Ridley Boudreaux 9 Ridley Boudreaux 5 Elden Shuff 8 Don Marino 6 Larry Troxler 5 Pete Morere 11 Russell Gautreaux 4 Frank Bourgeois 8 C.J.Alexander 12 C.J.Alexander 14 Kenneth Dyer 6 Billy Ladner 6 Fred Runte 11 Jerry Hollifield 8 JimmyVidrine 9 Harry Nunez 6 Johnny O’Neal 13 Ted Glaser 19 Steve Keller 18 Steve Keller 15 Steve Keller 23 Steve Keller 13 Bobby Hill 18 Dale Halladay 8 Alex Clark 15 Darnel Charrier 22

2011 2013 1981 2008 2012 1970 2010 1975 2009 2003

Kick Return TDs 1. 2. 4.

Season 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975

2013 2012 2003

Keylam Davis led Southeastern in kick return yardage three times in his career and finished as the all-time leader in school history with 1,494 yards. His 10-return, 282-yard performance against Northwestern State in 2003 are single-game highs.

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INTERCEPTIONS (CAREER) Interception return yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

270 198 190 168 161 153 145 135 126 113

Billy Ladner (9-270) Kurt Griffon (11-198) Harlan Miller (11-190) Kervin Fontenette (4-168) Billy Andrews (7-161) Marice Sutton (8-153) Jerry Joe Dunaway (9-145) Duriel Adams (11-135) Courtney Favorite (2-126) Curtis Strong (6-113)

Interceptions 1. 2. 3. 4. 8.

14 13 12 11 11 11 11 10 10 10

Dick Covington (14-103) Tim Whaley (13-22) Anthony Vereen (12-96) Harlan Miller (11-190) Kurt Griffon (11-198) Duriel Adams (11-135) David Lesage (11-59) Robert Alford (10-82) Kerry Duplessis (10-53) Re'Keem Wilson (10-45)

Interception return TDs 1. 2.

2 1

Marice Sutton Marquis Powell Numerous players

1959-61 1981-84 2012-15 1983-85 1963-66 2011-14 1961-64 2003-06 2003-04 2006, 08-10

1967-70 1982-85 1976-80 2012-15 1981-84 2003-06 1965-68 2008-12 1970-72 2007-10

2011-14 2007-08

Season 1949 1950 1951 1952 1956 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974

Player No. Arlen Blackwell 5 BillYeager 4 Lou Campos 6 Rodney Ledet 2 Tony Misita 2 Walt Andrew 2 Charlie Martin 2 Cliff Stringfield 3 Billy Ladner 2 Elbert Harris 3 Wayne Kozan 3 Billy Ladner 5 Monty Crook 6 Jerry Joe Dunaway 5 Jerry Hollifield 5 Billy Andrews 4 DavidVenable 2 Charles Whitney 2 Dick Covington 3 Terry Hodges 3 David Lesage 4 Johnny Daigle 6 Leslie Hymel 5 Kerry Duplessis 8 Mike Scioneaux 3 David Barrios 3 Mike Klein 3 John Hughes 4 Nish Weddigton 4

Yards Long TD 37 - 0 3 - 0 67 - 0 18 - 0 20 - 0 13 - 0 110 92 1 43 - 0 19 - 0 64 - 0 27 - 0 216 98 1 59 - 0 44 - 0 44 - 0 75 33 0 50 50 1 10 - 0 23 - 0 36 - 0 50 24 0 42 33 0 65 19 0 53 - 0 63 54 1 30 22 0 101 69 1 73 - 1 75 - 1

football Season 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Player No. Nish Weddington 4 Dale Halladay 5 Bobby Morse 6 AnthonyVereen 5 Cleve Adams 4 AnthonyVereen 3 Ormando Whitlock 3 John Farlow 4 Tim Whaley 4 Sterling Joseph 4 Kurt Griffon 4 Tim Whaley 8 David Daniels 3 Vernon Russell 3 Jarred Jenkins 3 Duriel Adams 4 Duriel Adams 5 Tommy Connors 4 Re’Keem Wilson 4 Re’Keem Wilson 6 Robert Alford 5 Robert Alford 4 Marice Sutton 4 Harlan Miller 4 Isiah Corbett 4 Denzel Thompson 4 Harland Miller 4

Yards Long TD 54 - 0 54 - 0 41 - 0 66 28 0 33 28 0 30 30 0 22 22 0 22 22 0 7 4 0 67 - 1 72 - 1 14 - 0 2 2 0 29 29 1 56 32 1 2 4 0 110 64 0 36 26 0 31 31 0 14 7 0 64 64 1 5 3 0 112 67 2 124 48 1 110 54 1 51 51 0 76 34 0

INTERCEPTIONS (SEASON) Interception return yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9. 10.

216 168 126 124 112 110 110 110 101 93

Billy Ladner (5-216) Kervin Fontenette (3-168) Courtney Favorite (2-126) Harlan Miller (4-124) Marice Sutton (4-112) Isiah Corbett (4-110) Duriel Adams (5-110) Charlie Martin (2-110) Mike Klein (3-101) Jerry Joe Dunaway (3-93)

Interceptions 1. 3. 8.

8 8 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5

Kerry Duplessis (8-53) Tim Whaley (8-14) Lou Campos (6-67) Monty Crook (6-59) Johnny Daigle (6-42) Bobby Morse (6-41) Re'Keem Wilson (6-14) Billy Ladner (5-216) Duriel Adams (5-110) Steve Keller (5-80) Robert Alford (5-64)

Interception return TDs 1. 2.

2 2 1

Marice Sutton Marquis Powell Numerous players

Longest Interception Returns 100 98 93 92 78 76 76 67 69 64 64 64 64

Kervin Fontenette vs. Nicholls State Billy Ladner vs. Florence State Courtney Favorite vs. Prarie View A&M Charlie Martin vs. Northeast Louisiana Frank Bryant at Stephen F.Austin Billy Andrews vs. Northeast Louisiana Willie Shepherd vs.Western Kentucky Marice Sutton vs. Incarnate Word Mike Klein vs. McNeese State Robert Alford at Central Arkansas Curtis Strong vs. Union College Duriel Adams at Mississippi Valley John Hughes vs. Northeast Louisiana

1961 1985 2003 2013 2013 2014 2005 1952 1972 1964

1971 1985 1951 1962 1969 1977 2010 1961 2005 1969 2011

2013 2008

Nov. 23, 1985 Oct. 14, 1961 Nov. 15, 2003 Sept. 22, 1951 Nov. 12, 2011 Oct. 24, 1964 Sept. 29, 1984 Oct. 5, 2013 Nov. 11, 1972 Oct. 29, 2011 Sept. 10, 2009 Nov. 19, 2005 Oct. 20, 1973

TEAM INTERCEPTION RECORDS (Season) Interception Return Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

346 (22 INTs) 324 (18) 322 (17) 270 (27) 254 (17)

1964 1961 2013 1951 1960

Tommy Connors finished a brilliant career ranked third in total tackles and ninth in interceptions. He also is also among the school’s career leaders in fumble recoveries, pass breakups, and tackles for loss. His four forced fumbles in 2010 were a single-season mark.

Interceptions 1. 3. 5.

27 27 22 22 21

Interception Return TDs 1. 3.

3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

1951 1969 1964 1985 2014

2013 2003 2014 1952 1984 2008 2007 1972 1983 1978

FUMBLE RETURNS (CAREER) Fumble return yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

102 Quinten Pierre (3-102) 95 Cliff Stringfield (1-95) 49 Tre’ Bennett (1-49) 48 Tommy Connors (3-48) 45 Ashton Henderson (1-45) 44 Jarred Jenkins (1-44) 40 Rudy Johnson (1-40) 36 Michael Johnson (2-36) 27 George Leverette (1-27) 25 T’Darryl Grays (1-25)

2008-09 1956 20152006-10 2014-15 2003-04 2003-05 2006-07 2006-07 2009-12

Fumble returns 1. 3. 5.

3 3 2 2 1

Quinten Pierre (3-102) Tommy Connors (3-48) Michael Johnson (2-36) Josh Golding (2-22) By several

2008-09 2006-10 2006-07 2003

FUMBLE RETURNS (SEASON) Fumble return yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

102 95 49 45 44 40 27 27 25 22

Quinten Pierre (3-102) Cliff Stringfield (1-95) Tre’ Bennett (1-49) Ashton Henderson (1-45) Jarred Jenkins (1-44) Rudy Johnson (1-40) Tommy Connors (1-27) George Leverette (1-27) T’Darryl Grays (1-25) Josh Golding (2-22)

Fumble returns 1. 2. 3.

3 2 1

Quinten Pierre (3-102) Josh Golding (2-22) By several

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2008 2003


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DEFENSE (CAREER) Total tackles (U-A) 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

401 368 355 308 308 285 266 262 247 231

Mark Newbill (281-120) Wayne Faul (214-154) Tommy Connors (269-86) Tyler Stoddard (200-108) Willie Shepherd (229-79) Mike Hornsby (162-123) Ormando Whitlock (166-100) Ryan Godare (174-88) Herman Colly (143-104) Alan Klein (155-76)

Tackles for loss 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 9.

39.0 37.5 35.5 32.5 32.5 28.0 28.0 28.0 27.0 27.0

Willie Shepherd Devan Walker Derrick Mincey Mark Newbill Damien Huren Isiah Corbett Herman Colly Wayne LeBlanc Sterling Joseph Albert Chapman

Quarterback sacks 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9.

17.0 16.0 15.0 12.0 12.0 11.5 11.0 9.5 9.0 9.0

Damien Huren Derrick Mincey Devan Walker Justin Church Willie Shepherd Isiah Corbett Jay Skidmore Jacob Newman Nathan Clophus Rudy Johnson

2007-10 1974-77 2006-10 2011-14 1982-85 1973-75 1978-81 2007-10 1977-80 1972-74

1982-85 2008-12 2003-05 2007-10 2004-05 2013-14 1977-80 1975-78 1980-83 1978-81

2004-05 2003-05 2008-12 2011-14 1982-85 2013-14 2003-06 2013-14 2007-10 2003-05

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

143 141 140 135 132 124 113 111 110 108 108 108

Leonard Parker (88-55) Wayne Faul (68-73) Kenny Pittman (91-49) Ronnie Hornsby (93-42) Alan Klein (80-52) Johnny Boudreaux (65-59) Marc Stubbs (62-51) Mike Hornsby (65-46) Mark Newbill (81-29) Mark Newbill (79-29) Tommy Connors (79-29) Kennie Plain (61-47)

Mark Newbill led Southeastern in tackles three times in his four-year career and finished as the Lions’ all-time leader with 401 tackles. His 34 tackles for loss are the third-most in school history and his eight quarterback sacks are ranked tied for seventh.

Tackles for loss 1. 2. 3. 4.

19.0 18.0 17.0 16.0 16.0

Willie Shepherd Damien Huren Matt Hovsepian Derrick Mincey Isiah Corbett

1984 2004 1978 2003 2013

Quarterback sacks 1. 2. 8.

12.0 7.0 7.0 7.0 7.0 7.0 7.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Damien Huren Devan Walker Dwaine Morris Willie Shepherd Derrick Mincey Isiah Corbett Jacob Newman Jason Thibodeaux Steven Honore Cole Passman Brett Beard Josh Golding

2004 2012 1984 1984 2004 2013 2013 1984 2008 1984 2003 2003

INDIVIDUAL DEFENSE (SINGLE-GAME) Most tackles (since 2003) 1. 2. 6.

18 17 17 17 17 16 16

Mark Newbill vs. Nicholls State Ricky Irvin at McNeese State Keiron Jones at Stephen F.Austin Mark Newbill vs. Stephen F.Austin Mark Newbill at Louisiana-Monroe Tommy Connors vs. Stephen F.Austin Michael Ducksworth at Texas State

Nov. 17, 2007 Sept. 24, 2011 Nov. 12, 2011 Nov. 14, 2009 Sept. 25, 2010 Oct. 28, 2006 Oct. 10, 2009

Kervin Fontenette’s 100-yard interception return against Nicholls State in 1985 is the longest return in Southeastern history. His 168 yards in interception returns ranks second in school history behind Billy Ladner’s 216 yards.

Most Quarterback Sacks (since 2003) 1. 2.

6.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

Damien Huren vs. Northern Colorado Oct. 9, 2004 Quinton Foster vs. Lamar Sept. 18, 2010 Damien Huren at Sam Houston State Nov. 5, 2005 Derrick Mincey vs.Arkansas-Monticello Aug. 30, 2003 Derrick Mincey vs. Northern Colorado Oct. 9, 2004

TEAM DEFENSE (SINGLE-GAME)

DEFENSE (SEASON) Total tackles

DeFensive Records

YearlyTackling Leaders (Since 1970) Season Player Total Solo Ast. 1970 Ronnie Hornsby 135 93 42 1971 Records not found - - 1972 Records not found - - 1973 Alan Klein 99 75 24 1974 Alan Klein 132 80 52 1975 Mike Hornsby 111 65 46 1976 Wayne Faul 141 68 73 1977 James Williams 81 44 37 1978 Ferman Gautier 93 48 45 1979 Laverne Lee 71 44 27 1980 Marc Stubbs 113 62 51 1981 Ormando Whitlock 104 69 35 1982 Russell Schmidt 88 63 25 1983 Kennie Plain 108 61 47 1984 Johnny Boudreaux 124 65 59 1985 Leonard Parker 143 88 55 2003 Marvin Jones 101 61 40 2004 Marvin Jones 95 66 29 2005 Damien Huren 66 45 21 2006 Demoris Hardiman 70 28 42 2007 Mark Newbill 83 57 26 2008 Tommy Connors 108 79 29 2009 Mark Newbill 110 81 29 2010 Mark Newbill 107 69 38 2011 Tyler Stoddard 90 50 40 Tay Alford 90 53 37 2012 Kaleb Muse 80 49 31 2013 Cqulin Hubert 90 57 33 2014 Tyler Stoddard 91 54 37 2015 Herbert Harris 78 53 25

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Most Interceptions 1985 1976 1985 1970 1974 1984 1980 1975 2009 2010 2008 1983

1. 2. 3.

7 5 4

vs. Murray State vs. Florida Tech 7 times, last vs. Northwestern State

Most Quarterback Sacks (since 2003) 1. 2. 3.

12.0 9.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

vs. Northern Colorado vs. Prairie View A&M at Northwestern State vs. Sam Houston State vs. Northwestern State at Mississippi Valley vs. Mercyhurst

Sept. 15, 1979 Sept. 12, 2015 Oct. 4, 2014

Oct. 9, 2004 Nov. 15, 2003 Sept. 3, 2015 Nov. 16, 2013 Oct. 13, 2012 Nov. 19, 2005 Oct. 16, 2004

Dick Covington finished his career in 1970 as the Lions’ alltime leader in interceptions. As a freshman, he tied for the teamlead with three INTs before totaling 11 in his next three seasons.

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Team Season and Game Records

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SINGLE GAME

Widest Margin of Victory Most Points Scored Widest Margin of Defeat Highest Combined Score Most Net Yards Rushing Most Passes Attempted Most Passes Competed Most Net Yards Passing Most Touchdown Passes Most Passes had Intercepted Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed Fewest Passing Yards Allowed Most Passes Intercepted Most Yards Total Offense Most First Downs Rushing Most First Downs Passing Most First Downs by Penalty Most Total First Downs Most Kick Return Yards Most Quarterback Sacks

75 (Southeastern 75, Jones County JC 0, 1932) 79 vs. Kentucky Wesleyan (2007) 70 (Sam Houston State 70, Southeastern 0, 2012) 114 (Northwestern State 87, Southeastern 27, 2003) 537, vs. Delta State (1974) 72, vs. Jacksonville (2004) 59, vs. Jacksonville (2004) 588, vs. Arkansas-Monticello (2004) 7, vs. Webber International (2003) 7, vs. Northwestern State (1983) -19, vs. Alabama State (1961) -3, vs. Southwestern Louisiana (1954) 7, vs. Murray State (1979) 806, vs. Houston Baptist (2014) 24, vs. Southwestern Louisiana (1961) 24, vs. Florence State (1961) 25, vs. Mercyhurst (2004) 7, at Northwestern State (2003) 38, vs. Mercyhurst (2004) 282, at Northwestern State (2003) 12, vs. Northern Colorado (2004)

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SINGLE SEASON

Most Points Scored Most Points Yielded Most Touchdowns Scored Fewest Points Scored Fewest Points Yielded Total Offense Yards Most Yards Rushing Most Touchdowns Rushing Most Passes Attempted Most Passes Completed Most Yards Passing Most Touchdowns Passing Most Passes had Intercepted Most First Downs Rushing Most First Downs Passing Most First Downs by Penalty Most Total First Downs Most Kick Return Yards Most Kick Returns Most Tackles For Loss Most Quarterback Sacks Most Passes Intercepted Most Yards Penalized Most Consecutive Wins Most Consecutive Losses

538 (2013, 14 games) 415 (2011, 11 games) 70 (2013. 14 ga,es) 26 (1930, 5 games) 40 (1946, 9 games); 19* (1936, 9 games) 6,766 (2013) 3,495 (2013) 42 (2013) 621 (2003) 383 (2004) 4,488 (2004) 38 (2004) 25 (1983) 159 (2013) 194 (2004) 41 (2003) 315 (2013) 1,549 (2011) 65 (2011) 111 (1978) 41 (2013) 27 (1951, 1969) 946 (2012) 13 (Sept. 18, 1954 - Oct. 8, 1955) 15 (Nov. 1970 - Sept. 1972)

* - includes games against freshman and junior college teams)

SINGLE-GAME SCORING Most Points Scored 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

79, vs. Kentucky Wesleyan (79-7) 76, vs. Houston Baptist (76-7) 75, vs. Jones County JC (75-0) 71, vs. Troy State (71-0) 69, vs. Union College (69-20) 68, vs. Webber International (68-10) 68, vs. Bolivar Kemp Camp (68-0) 65, vs. Southwest Mississippi JC (65-0) 64, vs. Prairie View (64-10) 63, vs. Savannah State (63-6) 63, at Incarnate Word (63-7)

Most Points Allowed 1. 2. 3. 6. 7. 8, 10.

87, at Northwestern State (87-27) 70, at Sam Houston State (0-70) 62, at Kansas (62-0) 62, at Texas Tech (62-0) 62, at Missouri (10-62) 58, vs. McNeese State (58-20) 57, at Sam Houston State (57-7) 55, at Central Arkansas (55-29) 55, at Southwest Texas (55-15) 54, vs. Pearl River JC (54-0)

Most Points Combined 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9.

114, at Northwestern State (L, 87-27) 101, at Texas State (W, 51-50, OT) 97, vs. Northeast Louisiana (W, 50-47) 95, at Lamar (W, 61-34) 93, at Stephen F. Austin (L, 48-45) 90, vs. Lamar (W, 56-34) 89, at Central Arkansas (W, 58-31) 89, vs. Union College (W, 69-20) 86, vs. Lamar (L, 48-38) 86, vs. Kentucky Wesleyan (W, 79-7) 86, at Gardner-Webb (L, 52-34)

Largest Margin Victory 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

75, vs. Jones County JC (75-0) 72, vs. Kentucky Wesleyan (79-7) 71, vs. Troy State (71-0) 69, vs. Houston Baptist (76-7) 68, vs. Boliver Kemp Camp (68-0) 62, vs. Stetson (62-0) 59, vs. Nicholls State (62-3) 58, vs. Webber International (68-10) 58, vs. Northeast Louisiana (58-0) 58, vs. Clark College (58-0)

2007 2014 1932 1951 2009 2003 1933 1938 2003 2011 2014

2003 2012 2007 2006 2012 2003 2010 2011 1985 1931

2003 2009 1981 2014 2008 2013 2013 2009 2011 2007 2004

1932 2007 1951 2014 1933 1954 2014 2003 1954 1933

Largest Margin Defeat 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

70, at Sam Houston State (0-70) 62, at Kansas (62-0) 62, at Texas Tech (62-0) 60, at Northwestern State (87-27) 54, vs. Pearl River JC (54-0) 52, at Missouri (10-62) 50, at Sam Houston State (57-7) 49, vs. Northwestern State (49-0) 49, at UAB (3-52) 46, at Southern Miss (52-6) 46, at Ole Miss (52-6) 46, vs. Southwest Mississippi JC (46-0)

Largest Southland Victory (since 2005) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

69, vs. Houston Baptist (76-7) 59, at Nicholls (62-3) 56, at Incarnate Word (63-7) 42, vs. Stephen F. Austin (56-14) 27, at Lamar (61-34) 27, at Northwestern State (27-0) 27, at Central Arkansas (58-31)

Largest Southland Defeat (since 2005) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

70, at Sam Houston State (0-70) 50, at Sam Houston State (57-7) 37, at Stephen F. Austin (51-14) 34, at Northwestern State (51-17) 31, vs. Stephen F. Austin (41-10)

2012 2007 2006 2003 1931 2012 2010 1948 2012 2011 2009 1930

2014 2014 2014 2013 2014 2009 2013

Undefeated/Untied Seasons 1954 1946

Undefeated/Tied Seasons 1936

8-0-1

Most Victories - Season 11 9 8 7

2013 1946, 1954, 1960, 1961, 1976, 2014 1936, 1937, 1980, 1981 1933, 1934, 1935, 1939, 1951, 1978, 2004

Most Losses - Season 11 9 8

Most Shutouts - Season 7

Consecutive Shutouts - Season 2012 2010 2010 2011 2009

9-0-0 9-0-0

5

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Coach: R. Norval Garrett Amite High Bogalusa High Southwest Mississippi JC Independence High Jesuit High

1937 (8-2-1) W L L W L

7-0 6-19 0-46 13-0 0-27

T L T W W L

6-6 0-54 6-6 14-6 6-0 0-20

A

W L L L W W L L

12-6 0-6 0-6 0-14 75-0 19-0 7-14 0-7

1931 (2-2-2)

Coach: A.L. “Red” Swanson 10/3 at Louisiana-Lafayette Pearl River JC Jones County JC Southwest Mississippi JC Louisiana-Monroe Loyola Frosh

A

A

1933 (7-3-0)

Coach: A.L. "Red" Swanson Southwest Mississippi JC 9/22 at Louisiana-Lafayette LSU Frosh East Mississippi JC Clark College Jones County JC Bolivar Kemp Camp Loyola Frosh East Central Miss. JC Northwest Miss. JC

W L L L W W W W W W

6-0 0-34 0-19 6-12 58-0 18-6 68-0 13-6 26-12 57-20

A

W W W L L L W W W W

13-0 11-0 39-9 7-26 6-19 0-10 39-0 39-0 29-0 8-6

A A

W W W L W W W L W

19-13 6-0 12-6 0-2 19-7 19-0 14-0 6-16 14-6

H A A

1936 (8-0-1)

Coach: A.L. "Red" Swanson LSU Frosh 9/25 at Northwestern State Louisiana-Monroe Pearl River JC Southwest Mississippi JC Loyola Frosh 11/6 at Louisiana-Lafayette Jones County JC East Miss. JC

W W W T W W W W W

6-0 34-6 22-0 0-0 7-0 15-0 19-0 41-13 45-0

7-13 19-0 52-7 20-12 7-0 6-0 10-13 0-0 46-0 54-0 20-14

Coach: Lloyd Stovall 9/16 Louisiana-Lafayette LSU Frosh Tulane Frosh 10/7 at Northwestern State Loyola Frosh Lamar Louisiana-Monroe Southwest Mississippi JC Arkansas A&M Louisiana Tech

L L L L W W T W W T

0-8 0-19 0-19 0-6 44-0 20-7 0-0 65-0 48-14 0-0

H A

1939 (7-3-0)

Coach: Lloyd Stovall 10/6 Northwestern State Spring Hill College West Alabama Southwest Miss JC Jones County JC Perkinston JC Loyola Frosh Louisiana-Monroe Murray State Pensacola Navy

Coach: Lloyd Stovall (3-6-1) St. Mary's (Texas) 9/20 at Louisiana-Lafayette West Alabama 10/4 at Northwestern State Southern Miss Sam Houston State Pensacola Navy Murray State Louisiana Tech Louisiana-Monroe

A A

Coach: Jesse Fatheree 9/19 Louisiana-Lafayette St. Mary's (Texas) Southern Miss Troy Louisiana Tech 11/1 Northwestern State Louisiana-Monroe Louisiana College Delta State

Coach: E.L. "Ned" McGehee 9/13 at Milligan College 9/27 at Louisiana College 10/4 at Louisiana-Lafayette 10/17 at Northwestern State 10/24 Centenary 11/8 Louisiana Tech (HC) 11/14 Louisville 11/22 vs. Eastern Kentucky 1 11/27 Southern Miss 1 - at Baton Rouge, La.

T W L L W L L W L

6-6 26-2 7-40 12-14 33-13 18-20 0-23 30-6 0-35

A A A A H H H N H

W L W L L W L T L L

7-0 8-14 14-0 12-19 0-49 28-6 13-19 7-7 0-27 7-26

H H A H H A A A A H

W T L L W W L W L L

41-12 0-0 20-27 0-40 25-13 14-0 14-20 20-14 7-48 7-19

H A H A A H H H A A

W L L W L W W W L W

18-7 13-14 0-6 6-0 0-21 7-0 28-14 21-13 0-14 20-7

A H A A A H H A A H

W W W L L W W W W L

33-0 14-0 7-6 6-14 6-35 33-14 71-0 19-7 9-6 7-48

A H A H A A H H A A

1948 (3-6-1, 0-4-0 GSC) L W W W W W W L L W

6-18 6-0 47-6 31-6 12-6 12-0 25-0 0-2 12-14 18-7

H

L L W L L L T W L W

6-27 0-7 19-0 0-47 6-13 12-22 7-7 41-0 0-26 20-13

A A

L L L W L L W W W

7-19 0-28 6-43 34-7 14-19 0-6 7-6 14-10 32-14

H H

W L L W L L L W W W

39-0 0-13 13-35 53-0 0-6 6-7 15-53 38-14 34-7 45-7

A A

1942 (5-5-0)

Coach: Arthur "Slick" Morton Decatur (Miss.) JC Pensacola Navy 10/9 at Louisiana-Lafayette Camp Beauregard Louisiana-Monroe 10/30 at Northwestern State Louisiana Tech Memphis State Lamar Troy

Louisiana Intercollegiate Conference Champions Coach: E.L. "Ned" McGehee Louisiana College W 18-0 H Louisiana-Lafayette W 27-13 H Merchant Marines W 61-6 H Northwestern State (HC) W 13-0 H-HC at Mississippi College W 14-0 A at Louisiana Tech W 22-14 A Jacksonville State W 40-0 H at Southern Miss W 20-0 A at Milligan College * W 21-13 A * - Burley Bowl

1947 (3-5-1)

1941 (4-5-0)

1935 (7-2-0)

Coach: A.L. "Red" Swanson 9/20 Northwestern State LSU Frosh 10/4 at Louisiana-Lafayette 10/11 at Miami (Fla.) Southwest Mississippi JC Rollins College Loyola Frosh Louisiana-Monroe Pearl River JC

L W W W W W L T W W W

1940 (3-6-1)

1934 (7-3-0)

Coach: A.L. "Red" Swanson Southwest Mississippi JC LSU Frosh State Tech-Hattiesburg 10/12 at Miami (Fla.) Louisiana-Monroe 10/26 at Louisiana-Lafayette East Mississippi JC Loyola Frosh East Central Miss. JC Pearl River JC

1946 (9-0-0)

1938 (4-4-2)

1932 (3-5-0)

Coach: A.L. "Red" Swanson Southwest Mississippi JC LSU Frosh 9/30 at Louisiana-Lafayette Pearl River JC Jones County JC Louisiana-Monroe Loyola Frosh 11/24 at Miami (Fla.)

Coach: A.L. "Red" Swanson (8-2-1) LSU Frosh Tulane Frosh Southwest Mississippi JC Lamar Orlando, Fla. Loyola Frosh Delta State Louisiana-Monroe Pearl River JC Jones County JC Pensacola Navy

Coach: E.L. "Ned" McGehee 9/17 West Alabama 9/24 Louisiana College * 9/30 at Milligan College 10/8 Louisiana-Lafayette * 10/15 Northwestern State * (HC) 10/22 at Eglin Army Airfield (Fla.) 11/6 at Louisiana Tech * 11/12 at Jacksonville State 11/19 at Southern Miss 11/24 Eastern Kentucky * - Gulf States Conference game

1949 (4-5-1, 1-2-1 GSC) Coach: E.L. "Ned" McGehee 9/17 West Alabama 9/24 at Louisiana College * 10/1 Louisiana-Lafayette * 10/8 at Tulane 10/15 Northwestern State * 10/29 Pensacola Navy 11/5 Louisiana Tech * (HC) 11/12 Jacksonville State 11/19 at LSU 11/23 at Delta State` * - Gulf States Conference game

1950 (6-4-0, 1-2-0 GSC)

Coach: E.L. "Ned" McGehee at Troy Louisiana College * at Louisiana-Lafayette * 10/17 at Auburn at Stephen F. Austin Southern Miss Northwestern State * (HC) at Pensacola Navy at Louisiana Tech Delta State * - Gulf States Conference game

1951 (7-3-0, 5-0-0 GSC) Coach: Stan Galloway 9/22 at Louisiana-Monroe 9/29 Louisiana-Lafayette* 10/6 at Louisiana College* 10/13 Stephen F. Austin 10/20 at Southern Miss 10/27 at Northwestern State* 11/ 2 Troy 11/10 Louisiana Tech* (HC) 11/17 at McNeese State* 11/24 at Tulane * - Gulf States Conference game

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Year-By-YEar Results

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Year-By-YEar Results

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1952 (6-1-2, 3-0-2 GSC)

Gulf States Conference Champions Coach: Stan Galloway 9/20 Louisiana-Monroe W 9/27 at Louisiana-Lafayette * T 10/4 Louisiana College * W 10/11 at Stephen F. Austin W 10/18 Southern Miss L 10/25 Northwestern State * (HC) W 11/8 at Louisiana Tech * T 11/15 McNeese State * W 11/22 at Memphis State W * - Gulf States Conference game

1958 (4-5-0, 2-3-0 GSC) 21-20 13-13 7-0 21-7 12-20 19-0 7-7 13-0 28-25

H A H A H H A H A

Gulf States Conference Champions Coach: Stan Galloway 9/19 at Louisiana-Monroe * W 9/26 Louisiana-Lafayette * W 10/3 at Louisiana College * W 10/10 Stephen F. Austin W 10/17 at Southern Miss L 10/31 at Northwestern State * W 11/7 Louisiana Tech * (HC) L 11/14 at McNeese State * W 11/21 at Memphis State L * - Gulf States Conference game

28-0 39-13 14-6 35-0 0-7 27-19 0-12 20-0 7-20

A H A H A A H A A

W L L W L L W L W

14-6 20-35 6-33 40-7 8-22 6-10 7-6 0-7 19-0

A H A A A A H H A

Gulf States Conference Champions Coach: Stan Galloway 9/18 Louisiana-Monroe * W 9/25 at Louisiana-Lafayette * W 10/2 Louisiana College * W 10/16 at Southern Miss W 10/23 at Arkansas State W 10/30 at Stetson W 11/6 Louisiana Tech * W 11/13 McNeese State * W 11/20 Northwestern State * (HC) W * - Gulf States Conference game

Coach: Stan Galloway 9/18 Louisiana-Lafayette * 9/26 at Texas A&M-Commerce 10/10 at Southern Miss 10/17 at North Alabama 10/24 at Louisiana-Monroe * 10/31 at Tampa 11/7 Louisiana Tech * (HC) 11/14 at McNeese State * 11/21 at Northwestern State * * - Gulf States Conference game

58-0 32-0 46-0 13-7 51-0 62-0 35-24 50-6 32-6

H A H A A A H H H

W L L W W W L L W

18-13 10-21 6-26 28-21 27-6 33-8 0-14 8-20 15-13

H A A A A A H A A

Gulf States Conference Champions Coach: Stan Galloway 9/17 at Louisiana-Lafayette * W 9/24 Texas A&M-Commerce W 9/30 Corpus Christi W 10/8 Pensacola Navy W 10/15 North Alabama W 10/22 Louisiana-Monroe * W 10/29 at Tampa W 11/5 at Louisiana Tech * L 11/12 McNeese State * (HC) W 11/19 at Northwestern State * W * - Gulf States Conference game

W W W W L L L L L W

40-0 20-0 27-7 13-7 0-33 12-21 7-46 0-21 7-10 27-20

A H A A H H H H A H

1956 (6-3-0, 4-1-0 GSC)

Gulf States Conference Champions Coach: Stan Galloway (6-3, 4-1 GSC) 9/15 Louisiana-Monroe * W 9/22 at Louisiana-Lafayette * W 9/29 Louisiana College W 10/6 Tampa W 10/13 at Southern Miss L 10/27 at Trinity L 11/3 at Louisiana Tech * L 11/10 McNeese State * W 11/17 Northwestern State * (HC) W * - Gulf States Conference game

Gulf States Conference Champions Coach: Stan Galloway 9/16 Louisiana-Lafayette * W 9/23 at Texas A&M-Commerce W 9/29 Corpus Christi W 10 6 Pensacola Navy W 10/14 at North Alabama W 10/21 at Louisiana-Monroe * W 10/28 Tampa W 11/4 Louisiana Tech * (HC) W 11/11 at McNeese State * L 11/18 Northwestern State * W * - Gulf States Conference game

20-10 7-0 40-0 9-0 32-6 26-0 28-12 14-17 21-6 7-0

A H H H H H A A H A

35-0 42-0 20-0 40-6 14-21 7-14 6-12 34-0 20-15

H A H H A A A H H

27-0 20-6 39-0 7-5 33-6 7-0 27-3 34-14 8-21 19-0

H A H H A A H H A H

W W W W W L W L L

26-0 21-6 27-7 25-7 13-12 15-27 21-15 6-19 19-21

H A H H H A H A A

1963 (4-4-1, 3-2-0 GSC)

1957 (2-6-1, 1-3-1 GSC)

T L L W W L L L L

7-7 7-25 0-14 21-19 26-13 13-33 14-21 0-26 7-13

H H H A A A H A A

Coach: Stan Galloway 9/20 Louisiana-Lafayette * 9/28 at Samford 10/4 Texas A&M-Commerce 10/12 Texas-Arlington 10/18 Corpus Christi 10/26 at Louisiana-Monroe * 11/9 Louisiana Tech * (HC) 11/16 at McNeese State * 11/23 Northwestern State * * - Gulf States Conference game

8-22 12-7 35-7 20-10 7-28 7-2 37-21 0-21 26-0

A A H H A H A A H

W L T L W W W L L

Coach: Pat Kenelly 9/18 at Southern Miss 10/2 Louisiana-Lafayette* 10/9 Samford 10/16 at Louisiana College 10/23 at Louisiana-Monroe* 11/6 Louisiana Tech* (HC) 11/13 at McNeese State* 11/20 Northwestern State* 11/27 Appalachian State * - Gulf States Conference game

L W W W W L L L W

0-15 13-0 13-7 23-7 14-6 14-16 8-12 22-38 54-6

A H H A A H A H H

Coach: Pat Kenelly 9/24 Southern Miss 10/1 at Louisiana-Lafayette * 10/8 at Trinity 10/15 Louisiana College 10/22 Louisiana-Monroe * 10/29 at Pensacola Navy 11/5 at Louisiana Tech * 11/12 McNeese State * (HC) 11/19 at Northwestern State * * - Gulf States Conference game

L L L W W W L L L

13-15 6-35 7-14 49-0 14-13 52-33 6-13 12-28 24-27

H A A H H A A H A

L L W L L W W L W

7-21 21-34 31-0 0-9 14-30 37-16 27-21 8-23 26-14

A A H H A H H A H

W L L L L L W L W W

28-7 15-27 6-31 7-17 16-30 0-13 7-3 7-35 17-3 24-19

H H A A A H A A H A

L W L W W W L L W L

6-14 21-19 3-9 43-14 20-7 20-10 7-20 24-25 24-21 6-34

A H H H H A A H A H

1967 (4-5-0, 2-3-0 GSC)

1962 (6-3-0, 3-2-0 GSC) Coach: Stan Galloway 9/15 Corpus Christi 9/21 at Louisiana-Lafayette * 9/28 Tampa 10/12 North Alabama 10/20 Louisiana-Monroe * 11/3 at Louisiana Tech * 11/10 McNeese State * (HC) 11/17 at Northwestern State * 11/22 at Chattanooga * - Gulf States Conference game

L W W W L W W L W

1966 (3-6-0, 1-4-0 GSC)

1961 (9-1-0, 4-1-0 GSC)

1955 (5-5-0, 4-2-0 GSC)

Coach: Stan Galloway 9/26 at Texas A&M-Commerce 10/3 at Louisiana-Lafayette * 10/9 Louisiana College 10/24 Louisiana-Monroe * 11/7 at Louisiana Tech * 11/14 McNeese State * (HC) 11/21 at Northwestern State * 11/26 at Chattanooga 12/4 Frederick College * - Gulf States Conference game

1965 (5-4-0, 2-3-0 GSC)

1960 (9-1-0, 4-1-0 GSC)

1954 (9-0-0, 6-0-0 GSC)

Coach: Stan Galloway 9/21 Louisiana-Lafayette * 9/28 Texas A&M-Commerce 10/12 Southern Miss 10/19 at North Alabama 10/26 at Louisiana-Monroe * 11/2 at Tampa 11/9 Louisiana Tech * (HC) 11/16 at McNeese State * 11/23 at Northwestern State * * - Gulf States Conference game

1964 (6-3-0, 4-1-0 GSC)

1959 (5-4-0, 3-2-0 GSC)

1953 (6-3-0, 5-1-0 GSC)

Coach: Stan Galloway 9/17 at Louisiana-Monroe * 9/24 Louisiana-Lafayette * 10/1 at Louisiana College * 10/8 at Tampa 10/15 Southern Miss 10/22 Arkansas State 10/29 Trinity 11/5 Louisiana Tech * (HC) 11/12 at McNeese State * 11/19 Northwestern State * * - Gulf States Conference game

Coach: Stan Galloway 9/20 at Louisiana-Lafayette * 9/27 Texas A&M-Commerce 10/11 at Southern Miss 10/18 at North Alabama 10/25 at Louisiana-Monroe * 11/8 at Louisiana Tech * 11/15 McNeese State * (HC) 11/22 Northwestern State * 11/29 at Tampa * - Gulf States Conference game

football

14-0 0-7 13-13 13-14 36-0 12-7 15-7 6-35 7-13

H A H H H A H A H

Coach: Pat Kenelly 9/23 at Southern Miss 9/30 at Lamar 10/7 Trinity 10/14 Louisiana-Lafayette * 10/21 at Louisiana-Monroe * 10/28 Pensacola Navy 11/4 Louisiana Tech * (HC) 11/11 at McNeese State * 11/18 Northwestern State * * - Gulf States Conference game

1968 (4-6-0, 2-3-0 GSC) Coach: Pat Kenelly 9/14 Howard Payne 9/21 Southern Miss 10/5 at Louisiana-Lafayette * 10/12 at Arkansas State 10/19 at Pensacola Navy 10/26 Louisiana-Monroe * (HC) 11/2 at Trinity 11/9 at Louisiana Tech * 11/16 McNeese State * 11/23 at Northwestern State * * - Gulf States Conference game

1969 (5-5-0, 2-3-0 GSC) Coach: Pat Kenelly 9/20 at Southern Miss 9/27 Lamar 10/4 Louisiana-Lafayette * 10/11 Trinity 10/18 Pensacola Navy 10/25 at Louisiana-Monroe * 11/1 at Youngstown State 11/8 Louisiana Tech * (HC) 11/15 at McNeese State * 11/22 Northwestern State * * - Gulf States Conference game

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Coach: Pat Kenelly 9/19 at Louisiana-Lafayette * 9/26 Arkansas State 10/3 Troy 10/10 Pensacola Navy 10/17 at Trinity 10/24 Louisiana-Monroe * (HC) 10/31 Youngstown State 11/7 at Louisiana Tech * 11/14 McNeese State * 11/21 at Northwestern State * * - Gulf States Conference game

1976 (9-1-1, 6-1-1 GSC) L L L W L L W W L L

6-17 3-12 12-21 16-3 9-17 17-20 50-27 24-21 15-21 14-22

Coach: Billy Brewer 9/4 UT Martin * W 9/11 at North Alabama * T 9/25 at Cameron W 10/2 at Jacksonville State * W 10/9 Troy * W 10/16 at West Alabama * L 10/23 Louisiana-Monroe W 10/30 Mississippi College * (HC) W 11/6 Delta State * W 1 11/13 vs. Nicholls State * W 11/20 Northwestern State W *- Gulf South Conference game 1 - at Louisiana Superdome (New Orleans, La.)

A H H H A H H A H A

1971 (0-11-0, 0-6-0 GSC) Coach: Pat Kenelly 9/12 at Eastern Kentucky 9/19 Louisiana-Lafayette 9/26 at Marine Corps 10/2 at Troy * 10/9 Jacksonville State * 10/16 Trinity * 10/23 at Louisiana-Monroe * 10/30 Louisiana Tech * (HC) 11/6 Abilene Christian * 11/13 at McNeese State 11/20 Northwestern State * - Gulf South Conference game

L L L L L L L L L L L

12-20 6-7 0-13 6-31 14-20 17-24 0-3 9-24 7-28 0-31 6-14

A H A A H H A H H A H

16,000 8,900 9,000 5,500 7,200 4,000 8,300 7,200 3,500 13,000 2,500

1972 (3-8-0, 2-4-0 GSC) Coach: Roland Dale 9/9 Eastern Kentucky 9/16 at Louisiana-Lafayette 9/23 at Abilene Christian 9/30 Nicholls State * 10/7 Troy * 10/14 at Jacksonville State * 10/21 Louisiana-Monroe * 10/28 Louisiana Tech 11/4 Delta State * (HC) 11/11 McNeese State 11/18 at Northwestern State * *- Gulf South Conference game

L L W W W L L L L L L

0-10 7-30 14-10 31-9 20-19 7-10 9-34 0-21 7-24 13-31 3-6

H A A H H A H A H H A

7,500 14,623 7,012 8,000 8,000 3,000 6,000 11,000 7,200 4,500 1,000

1973 (4-6-0, 3-4-0 GSC) Coach: Roland Dale 9/8 North Alabama * 9/15 at McNeese State 9/22 at West Alabama * 9/29 Nicholls State * 10/6 at Troy * 10/13 Jacksonville State * 10/20 at Louisiana-Monroe 10/27 Louisiana Tech (HC) 11/3 at Delta State * 11/17 Northwestern State * * - Gulf South Conference game

W L L W L W W L L L

26-0 10-40 0-11 10-0 0-24 11-10 17-0 7-26 10-14 14-21

H A A H A H A H A H

7,000 12,000 3,500 8,500 6,000 6,000 8,500 8,500 2,500 5,000

W W W L W W L W L L

21-17 44-13 27-21 10-22 35-25 23-8 13-34 41-7 0-10 3-40

A H H A H H A H A A

8,300 7,000 7,500 8,800 9,100 9,000 16,700 7,800 9,000 2,000

28-15 7-23 31-10 7-38 7-26 13-43 49-19 28-33 10-19 6-14 31-6

H A H H A A H H A N H

8,500 6,200 8,600 8,100 4,000 2,000 4,500 7,300 7,300 20,000 2,500

1974 (6-4-0, 5-3-0 GSC) Coach: Billy Brewer 9/14 at North Alabama * 9/21 UT Martin * 9/28 West Alabama * 10/5 at Jacksonville State * 10/12 Troy * 10/26 Louisiana-Monroe (HC) 11/2 at Louisiana Tech 11/9 Delta State * 11/16 at Nicholls State * 11/23 at Northwestern State * * - Gulf South Conference game

1975 (4-7-0, 2-6-0 GSC)

Coach: Billy Brewer 9/13 North Alabama * W 9/20 at UT Martin * L 9/27 Cameron W 10/4 Jacksonville State * (HC) L 10/11 at Troy * L 10/18 at West Alabama * L 10/25 Louisiana-Monroe W 11/1 Louisiana Tech L 11/8 at Delta State * L 11/15 vs. Nicholls State * 1 L 11/22 Northwestern State * W * - Gulf South Conference Game 1 - at Louisiana Superdome (New Orleans, La.)

1982 (4-7-0) 28-12 28-28 35-14 13-3 21-7 10-20 14-10 34-20 3-0 17-7 34-27

H A A A H A H H H N H

7,000 6,200 3,000 8,000 8,500 7,000 8,500 7,800 5,000 20,000 4,000

W L L L W L W W W W

20-0 7-29 10-14 15-17 30-3 19-24 23-6 10-7 17-14 38-21

A H H A H A H A A H

3,000 8,000 7,000 7,000 5,000 8,000 7,000 2,000 4,100 2,000

Coach: Billy Brewer 9/2 Texas State L 9/16 Sam Houston State W 9/23 at North Alabama * T 9/30 at Jacksonville State * L 10/7 Troy * W 10/14 West Alabama * (HC) W 10/21 at Louisiana-Monroe W 10/28 at Mississippi College * W 11/4 Delta State * W 11/11 vs. Nicholls State * 1 W 11/18 at Northwestern State L * - Gulf South Conference game 1 - at Louisiana Superdome (New Orleans, La.)

0-7 12-0 7-7 7-10 45-7 33-0 25-21 13-10 34-3 10-0 12-13

H H A A H H A A H N A

6,000 6,500 6,800 9,500 7,500 7,800 8,850 6,450 6,000 10,000 5,100

L W L L L W L W W W W

7-10 19-11 7-14 7-17 0-24 33-7 3-31 13-0 30-7 38-0 34-14

A A H A A H A H A H H

20,000 10,000 8,000 16,013 6,500 7,000 8,325 7,500 2,931 4,000 4,000

1980 (8-2-0)

19,756 8,196 9,000 9,400 7,000 4,000 17,950 14,578 10,000 4,000 4,600

Coach: Oscar Lofton 9/3 Mississippi College 9/10 McNeese State 9/17 Central Florida 9/24 Texas A&M-Commerce 10/1 at Western Kentucky 10/8 at Troy 10/15 at Texas Southern 10/22 Louisiana-Monroe (HC) 10/29 Jackson State 11/12 at Northwestern State 11/19 at Nicholls State

L L W W W W W L W L L

10-16 0-23 54-28 31-23 27-7 34-15 20-7 13-16 9-7 7-23 0-6

H H H H A A A H H A A

5,500 6,000 5,000 5,000 10,000 5,000 4,800 7,500 7,500 4,150 2,000

Coach: Oscar Lofton 9/1 Louisiana Tech 9/8 at McNeese State 9/15 Mississippi College 9/29 Western Kentucky 10/6 at Sam Houston State * 10/13 at Louisiana-Monroe 10/20 Texas State * 10/27 Stephen F. Austin * (HC) 11/3 at Missouri State 11/10 Northwestern State * 11/17 at Nicholls State * * - Gulf Star Conference game

L L L W L L L T W L L

9-17 7-28 6-7 28-0 3-28 15-30 7-10 21-21 30-24 14-34 7-36

H A H H A A H H A H A

6,000 19,000 5,000 5,500 4,200 20,222 5,500 7,000 3,780 4,000 10,015

Coach: Oscar Lofton 9/7 McNeese State 9/13 at Central Florida 9/21 Mississippi College 9/28 at Louisiana Tech 10/5 at Chattanooga 10/12 Sam Houston State * 10/19 Louisiana-Monroe (HC) 11/2 at Stephen F. Austin * 11/9 at Texas State * 11/16 Northwestern State * 11/23 Nicholls State * * - Gulf Star Conference game

L L L L L L W L L W L

7-16 21-27 30-34 7-40 7-27 13-24 19-17 12-27 15-55 20-14 17-21

H A H A A H H A A H H

7,500 7,142 6,000 18,224 9,148 5,500 8,000 3,000 6,012 4,500 7,500

W W L L L L L W L L W W

22-17 22-10 35-41 0-28 17-38 20-58 27-87 68-10 27-33 24-27 43-23 64-10

H H A A A H A H A A H H

9,708 9,708 4,856 19,889 11,762 9,758 10,192 9,013 1,431 4,000 9,758 8,432

H A A H H H H H A H A

9,078 16,499 13,114 9,480 9,021 8,322 8,517 9,137 2,162 7,768 3,841

1986-2002 (No Team) 2003 (5-7)

W W W W L W W W W L

17-13 7-3 28-21 17-16 10-21 47-6 55-30 59-13 35-20 14-16

A H A A H H A H A A

21,342 8,500 6,622 10,592 8,500 2,500 17,203 7,000 5,425 3,000

W W L W L W W W W W L

31-24 7-0 10-35 33-24 14-51 22-21 13-10 50-47 21-16 28-27 17-29

A A A A H A H H H A H

-19,522 10,000 -12,000 -8,500 8,000 6,000 22,018 6,500

1981 (8-3-0)

Coach: Oscar Lofton 9/5 at Texas Southern 9/12 at Louisiana-Lafayette 9/19 at Texas State 9/26 at Stephen F. Austin 10/3 Jackson State 10/10 at Troy 10/17 UT Martin (HC) 10/24 Louisiana-Monroe 10/31 Northwestern State 11/7 at Southern 11/14 Nicholls State

A A H H H H A A H A A

1985 (2-9-0, 1-4-0 GSC)

1979 (6-5-0)

Note: First year as Division I Coach: Oscar Lofton (8-2) 9/13 at Boise State 9/20 East Tennessee State 9/27 at Illinois State 10/4 at Jackson State 10/11 Troy 10/18 Texas Southern (HC) 10/25 at Louisiana-Monroe 11/8 Delta State 11/15 at Nicholls State 11/22 at Northwestern State

17-7 24-14 10-35 21-34 21-7 31-0 0-42 13-30 19-26 9-31 14-20

1984 (2-8-1, 0-4-1 GSC)

1978 (7-3-1, 5-1-1 GSC)

Coach: Billy Brewer 9/8 at McNeese State 9/15 at Murray State 9/22 Texas State 9/29 at Ball State 10/6 at Troy 10/13 Northwestern State 10/20 at East Tennessee State 10/27 Louisiana-Monroe (HC) 11/3 at Delta State 11/10 Nicholls State 11/17 Mississippi College

W W L L W W L L L L L

1983 (6-5-0)

1977 (6-4-0, 4-3-0 GSC) Coach: Billy Brewer 9/17 at Sam Houston State 9/24 North Alabama * 10/1 Jacksonville State * 10/8 at Troy * 10/15 West Alabama * 10/22 at Louisiana-Monroe 10/29 Mississippi College * (HC) 11/5 at Delta State * 11/12 at Nicholls State * 11/19 Northwestern State *- Gulf South Conference game

Coach: Oscar Lofton (4-7) 9/11 at McNeese State 9/18 at Central Florida 9/25 Stephen F. Austin 10/2 Texas State 10/9 Troy (HC) 10/16 Texas Southern 10/23 at Louisiana-Monroe 10/30 at Jackson State 11/6 Southern 11/13 at Northwestern State 11/20 at Nicholls State

Coach: Hal Mumme 8/30 Arkansas-Monticello 9/4 Lambuth 9/13 at Henderson State 9/20 at Troy 9/27 at Texas State 10/4 #1 McNeese State 10/11 at #20 Northwestern State 10/18 Webber International (HC) 10/25 at St. Mary’s (Calif.) 11/1 at Alcorn State 11/8 Jacksonville (Fla.) 11/15 Prairie View A&M

2004 (7-4)

Coach: Hal Mumme 9/2 Arkansas-Monticello 9/11 at #6 McNeese State 9/18 at Texas State 9/25 #24 Sam Houston State 10/2 Mississippi Valley State 10/9 Northern Colorado (HC) 10/16 Mercyhurst 10/30 Alcorn State 11/6 at Jacksonville 11/11 Texas College 11/20 at Gardner-Webb

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W 46-32 W 51-17 L 28-31 (2 ot) L 17-45 W 33-17 W 26-13 W 58-14 L 27-33 W 51-3 W 54-14 L 34-52

Year-By-YEar Results

1970 (3-7-0, 1-4-0 GSC)

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Year-By-YEar Results

2016

southeastern

2005 (0-10, 0-6 SLC)#

Coach: Dennis Roland 9/10 Alcorn State W 48-21 H 7,823 9/17 at Northern Colorado L 19-35 A 6,885 1 10/1 vs. Tulane L 21-28 N 16,826 10/8 #14 Texas State * L 15-30 H 6,374 10/15 at #23 Northwestern State * L 10-31 A 11,137 10/22 #20 McNeese State * W 37-13 H 6,082 10/29 at Stephen F. Austin * W 45-23 A 9,867 11/5 at Sam Houston State * L 18-35 A 7.235 11/12 #25 Nicholls State * (HC) L 28-38 H 9,108 11/19 at Mississippi Valley State W 38-21 A 2,030 * - Southland Conference game 1 - at Tiger Stadium (Baton Rouge, La.) # - 4 overall wins vacated due to NCAA sanctions. Actual on-field record was 4-6 overall and 2-4 in Southland Conference play

2006 (0-11, 0-6 SLC)#

Coach: Dennis Roland (2-6)/Mike Lucas (0-3) 8/31 at New Mexico State L 15-30 A 15,561 9/9 at Southern Miss L 0-45 A 28,258 9/16 Jacksonville (Fla.) W 41-13 H 6,677 9/23 at Texas Tech L 0-62 A 52,913 9/30 Gardner-Webb L 21-28 H 5,122 10/7 at Nicholls State * L 10-14 A 8,411 10/14 Northwestern State * W 31-24 (ot) H 6,453 10/21 at Texas State * L 17-38 A 13,321 10/28 Stephen F. Austin * (HC) L 10-35 H 6,428 11/4 at McNeese State * L 13-34 A 9,834 11/11 Sam Houston State * L 23-28 H 5,125 * - Southland Conference game # - 2 overall wins vacated due to NCAA sanctions. Actual on-field record was 2-9 overall and 1-5 in Southland Conference play

2007 (0-11, 0-7 SLC)#

Coach: Mike Lucas 8/30 at New Mexico State L 14-35 A 12,682 9/8 at Kansas L 0-62 A 43,914 9/15 Kentucky Wesleyan W 79-7 H 5,395 9/22 at Tulane L 27-35 A 17,611 10/6 Stephen F. Austin * W 21-3 H 3,460 10/13 at Northwestern State * L 24-27 A 8,029 10/20 Central Arkansas * L 33-37 H 4,373 10/27 at #5 McNeese State * L 17-45 A 15,153 11/3 at Texas State * L 31-45 A 9,981 11/10 Sam Houston State * (HC) L 16-20 H 6,404 11/17 Nicholls State * W 17-13 H 5,122 * - Southland Conference game # - 3 overall wins vacated due to NCAA sanctions. Actual on-field record was 3-8 overall and 2-5 in Southland Conference play

2008 (0-12, 0-7 SLC)#

Coach: Mike Lucas 8/30 at Alcorn State W 34-28 A 7,500 9/6 at Mississippi State L 10-34 A 41,938 9/13 South Dakota W 31-30 H 5,346 9/20 at Louisiana Tech L 26-41 A 17,623 9/27 North Dakota W 38-35 H 5,216 10/4 at Stephen F. Austin * L 45-48 A 7,230 10/18 Northwestern State * (HC) W 26-21 H 7,162 10/25 at #13 Central Arkansas * L 21-28 A 9,113 11/1 #16 McNeese State L 14-24 H 6,212 11/8 Texas State * L 24-38 H 3,267 11/15 at Sam Houston State * W 30-27 (ot) A 5,027 11/22 at Nicholls State * L 28-35 A 7,352 * - Southland Conference game # - 5 overall wins vacated due to NCAA sanctions. Actual on-field record was 5-7 overall and 2-5 in Southland Conference play

2009 (1-10, 1-6 SLC)#

Coach: Mike Lucas 9/5 Texas A&M-Commerce W 41-7 H 5,255 9/10 Union College (Ky.) W 69-20 H 4,704 9/19 at #5 Ole Miss L 6-52 A 58,119 9/26 at South Dakota L 13-44 A 8,121 10/10 at Texas State * W 51-50 (ot) A 10,556 10/17 Sam Houston State * (HC) W 37-21 H 6,902 10/24 at #11 McNeese State * L 35-36 A 13,008 10/31 #12 Central Arkansas * W 25-21 H 4,261 11/6 at Northwestern State * W 27-0 A 6,523 11/13 #15 Stephen F. Austin * L 10-41 H 6,877 11/18 Nicholls State * L 30-45 H 5,551 * - Southland Conference game # - 5 overall wins vacated due to NCAA sanctions. Actual on-field record was 6-5 overall and 4-3 in Southland Conference play; No ineligible players participated in 10/31 win over Central Arkansas

2010 (2-9, 1-6 SLC)

Coach: Mike Lucas 9/2 at Tulane 9/11 UT Martin 9/18 Lamar 9/25 at Louisiana-Monroe 10/9 Texas State * 10/16 at Sam Houston State * 10/23 McNeese State * (HC) 10/30 at Central Arkansas * 11/6 Northwestern State * 11/13 at Stephen F. Austin * 11/18 at Nicholls State * * - Southland Conference game

2015 (4-7, 3-6 SLC) L W L L W L L L L L L

21-27 24-10 28-29 20-21 49-28 7-57 10-13 23-30 16-35 14-51 25-27

A H H A H A H A H A A

20,258 5,320 4,217 15,285 4,650 7,457 5,720 10,110 3,951 7,108 4,980

Coach: Mike Lucas 9/3 at Tulane L 9/10 Savannah State W 9/17 at Southern Miss L 9/24 at #18 McNeese State * L 10/1 Lamar * L 10/15 at Northwestern State * L 10/22 Texas State W 10/29 at Central Arkansas * L 11/5 #4 Sam Houston State (HC) * L 11/12 at Stephen F. Austin * L 11/17 Nicholls State * W * - Southland Conference game

33-47 63-6 6-52 27-48 38-48 17-51 38-28 29-55 9-38 20-28 31-14

A H A A H A H A H A H

15,912 4,974 27,433 12,455 5,104 10,285 4,137 10,543 4,871 6,841 4,942

10-62 14-35 6-23 25-24 31-21 3-52 27-22 14-34 0-70 42-27 35-16

A H A H A A H H A H A

62,173 6,278 4,012 4,791 8,426 16,212 4,284 6,795 6,844 4,183 5,110

45-7 38-17 34-26 34-31 35-3 56-14 37-22 56-34 41-7 58-31 34-21 52-27 30-29 20-17

H A A A H H A H A A H H H H

5,820 41,170 13,456 4,598 4,235 5,080 8,383 6,877 14,898 5,427 7,302 6,821 6,874 5,886

44-3 41-14 35-20 24-23 63-7 30-22 61-34 41-24 27-17 76-7 28-9 62-3 21-17

H H A A A H A H A H H H A

3,822 7,105 26,358 7,538 3,474 4,165 7,799 8,766 13,881 4,158 7,012 5,103 4,758

2011 (3-8, 1-6 SLC)

L L L W W L W L L W W

2013 (11-3-0, 7-0 SLC)

Southland Conference Champions Coach: Ron Roberts 8/29 Southeast Missouri W 9/7 at #24 TCU L 9/14 at #6 South Dakota State L 9/21 at Samford W 10/5 Incarnate Word W 10/12 Stephen F. Austin * W 10/19 at Northwestern State * W 10/26 Lamar (HC) * W 11/2 at #4 McNeese State * W 11/9 at #24 Central Arkansas * W 11/16 #4 Sam Houston State * W 11/21 Nicholls State * W 12/7 #14 Sam Houston State @ W 12/14 #15 New Hampshire @ L * - Southland Conference game @ - NCAA FCS Division I Playoffs

2014 (9-4-0, 7-1 SLC)

Southland Conference Champions Coach: Ron Roberts 8/30 Jacksonville W 9/6 Southern Utah W 9/13 at Tulane L 9/20 at Southeast Missouri L 9/27 at Incarnate Word * W 10/4 Northwestern State * W 10/11 at Lamar * W 10/18 Central Arkansas (HC) * W 10/25 at Stephen F. Austin * L 118 Houston Baptist * W 11/15 #11 McNeese State * W 11/20 at Nicholls State * W 11/19 at #19 Sam Houston State @ L * - Southland Conference game @ - NCAA FCS Division I Playoffs

Coach: Ron Roberts 9/3 at Northwestern State * 9/12 Flordia Tech 9/19 at Ohio 10/1 Lamar * 10/10 at McNeese State * 10/17 Stephen F. Austin * (HC) 10/24 at Houston Baptist * 10/31 at Central Arkansas * 11/7 Incarnate Word * 11/14 at Abilene Christian * 11/19 Nicholls State * * - Southland Conference game

W W L W L L W L L L L

34-20 28-17 14-35 30-27 7-21 27-28 22-7 16-21 2-16 17-21 24-27

A H A H A H A A H A H

10,621 7,759 22,985 4,520 13,110 7,037 1,730 7,427 3,474 2,500 5,491

Season OpenerS - Overall Record - 39-23-3

2012 (5-6, 5-2 SLC)

Coach: Ron Roberts 9/1 at Missouri 9/8 South Dakota State 9/13 at UT Martin 9/22 #17 McNeese State * 9/29 at Lamar * 10/6 at UAB 10/13 Northwestern State * 10/27 #14 Central Arkansas (HC) * 11/3 at #4 Sam Houston State * 11/10 Stephen F. Austin * 11/15 at Nicholls State * * - Southland Conference game

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Homecoming ReCORD (Since 1946) Overall Homecoming record - 27-24-1

NCAA infraction notice

On December 10, 2013, the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I Committee on Infractions has accepted summary disposition of the infractions case originally self-reported by Southeastern Louisiana University almost one year ago, largely agreeing to the penalties self-imposed by the university. As a result of an extensive self-investigation, the university self-reported to the NCAA that 137 student-athletes competed without meeting eligibility requirements between the academic years of 2005-2006 through 2009-2010, with a majority of the violations occurring in 2005-2006 and 2006-2007. Most of the student-athletes failed to meet academic eligibility requirements to compete under NCAA rules. 86 percent of the student-athletes identified in the case went on to graduate from Southeastern or left the university in good academic standing. Athletics staff members responsible for academic advising and eligibility certification during the time of the violations are no longer associated with the university. No current student-athlete at Southeastern participated while ineligible. Southeastern self-imposed penalties include vacating victories in which ineligible student-athletes participated, scholarship reductions, and imposition of a two-year probationary period. The NCAA extended the probationary period to four years and ordered Southeastern to pay a financial penalty of $25,000. The probation terms do not include any postseason bans. Following identification of the infractions, Southeastern has implemented corrective actions that include the appointment of an assistant to the president for athletics compliance, the addition of a new compliance coordinator, the implementation of academic tracking software to strengthen the certification process and streamline monitoring, changes in the eligibility certification process to include oversight by institutional offices outside the Athletics Department, enhanced rules training of athletics coaches and staff, and implementation of new procedures to improve academic advising of student-athletes. “We are pleased to put resolution of this case behind us. These infractions occurred years ago, and current coaches, staff and administration are absolutely committed to ongoing compliance with all NCAA rules,” stated Athletics Director Jay Artigues. On April 9, 2015, The NCAA Committee on Infractions finalized an infractions case for violations stemming from June to July 2013. As a result of the case, Southeastern’s probation period has been extended for one year, ending on December 9, 2018. Southeastern self-repoted that a former volleyball coach had engaged in impermissible athletically-related activity and impermissible lodging and tryouts for prospective student-athletes. “Southeastern Louisiana University received final confirmation by the NCAA Infractions Committee that stemmed from self-reported violations related to recruiting and practice irregularities in the university’s women’s volleyball program during the spring and summer 2013,” Artigues said. “The university self-reported the five violations to the NCAA following a thorough internal investigation, which led to the resignation of the then-Head Volleyball Coach. Southeastern has accepted the penalties and corrective actions imposed by the NCAA. “Our athletics program is committed to complete compliance with all NCAA rules and legislation,” Artigues added. “Intentional disregard for this responsibility will be dealt with firmly and swiftly.”

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2016

Record 1-2-0 0-1-0 2-2-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 3-0-0 2-3-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 2-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 3-6-0 2-1-0 1-0-0 4-0-0 1-0-0 8-5-0 2-0-0 2-1-0 1-1-0 1-3-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-2-0 0-1-0 2-0-0 1-0-0 2-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 2-2-0 4-0-0 4-6-1 0-1-0 5-0-1 0-1-0 1-0-0 8-3-0 1-0-0 12-2-1 17-18-3 30-15-2 0-1-0 3-4-0 7-28-2 0-1-0 7-2-0 0-1-0 18-23-0 2-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-3-0 2-0-1 0-1-0 5-3-0 0-1-0 2-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 2-1-0 0-1-0

Most Common Opponents School Northwestern State Louisiana-Monroe McNeese State Louisiana-Lafayette Louisiana Tech Nicholls State Southern Mississippi Troy Stephen F. Austin Sam Houston State Louisiana College Texas State Delta State Pensacola Navy North Alabama Lamar Jacksonville State

1st Game 1947 2012 2003 1930 1965 1938 1938 1950 1930 1980 1933 1975 1942 1947 2007 1982 1933 1960 1942 1937 1933 1933 1979 1947 1948 2015 1964 2004 2003 2014 1968 2013 1980 1930 1980 2003 1946 1930 1931 2007 2007 1937 2003 1941 1931 1931 1949 1932 1938 1947 1931 1971 1951 1942 1946 2004 1932 1946 2009 1946 2008 2004 2012 1984 1939 2013

Last Game 2015 2012 2008 1930 1965 2004 1970 1950 1930 1980 1933 1976 1942 1947 2015 1985 1933 1963 1942 1980 1934 1936 1980 1972 1948 2015 1964 2006 2003 2015 1968 2015 1980 1930 1983 2014 1978 1930 1939 2007 2007 2015 2003 1966 1981 2010 1949 1938 2008 1947 1939 1971 2015 1953 1946 2004 1935 1948 2009 1985 2008 2005 2012 1984 1979 2013

Team New Mexico State Nicholls State North Alabama 5 North Dakota Northern Colorado Northwestern State Northwest Mississippi JC Ohio Oklahoma State Orlando, Fla. Pearl River JC Pensacola Navy Perkinston JC Prairie View A&M Rollins College St. Mary’s (Calif.) St. Mary’s (Texas) Samford 6 Sam Houston State Savannah State South Dakota South Dakota State Southeast Missouri Southern Southern Mississippi 7 Southwest Mississippi JC Southern Utah Spring Hill State Tech-Hattiesburg Stephen F. Austin Stetson Tampa Tennessee-Chattanooga Tennessee-Martin Texas A&M-Commerce 8 Texas-Arlington Texas Christian (TCU) Texas College Texas Southern Texas State 9 Texas Tech Trinity Troy 10 Tulane Tulane Frosh Union (Ky.) College Webber International West Alabama 11 Western Kentucky Youngstown State 12

2017 (11 games)

Record 0-2-0 12-13-0 9-1-2 1-0-0 1-1-0 30-29-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 First Meeting 1-0-0 2-2-1 10-2-1 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 2-1-0 6-11-0 1-0-0 1-1-0 0-2-0 1-1-0 1-1-0 3-19-0 9-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 7-11-1 1-0-0 7-1-0 0-3-0 4-2-0 4-4-1 0-1-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 4-0-0 3-12-0 0-1-0 3-5-0 11-8-0 0-6-0 1-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 7-3-0 2-0-0 1-1-0

1st Game 2006 1972 1957 2008 2004 1935 1933 2015 2016 1937 1931 1937 1939 2003 1935 2003 1940 1963 1940 2011 2008 2012 2013 1981 1940 1930 2014 1939 1934 1950 1954 1955 1962 1974 1957 1963 2013 2004 1980 1978 2006 1955 1941 1949 1937 2009 2003 1939 1983 1969

Last Game 2007 2015 1978 2008 2005 2015 1933 2015 1937 1937 1970 1939 2003 1935 2003 1941 2013 2014 2011 2009 2013 2014 1982 2011 1939 2014 1939 1934 2015 1954 1962 1985 2012 2009 1963 2013 2004 1983 2011 2006 1971 2003 2014 1938 2009 2003 1978 1984 1970

* - 2016 opponents in bold ALL-TIME OPPONENT NOTES 1 - Arkansas-Monticello formerly called Arkansas A&M 2 - Louisiana-Lafayette formerly called Southwestern Louisiana 3 - Louisiana-Monroe formerly called Northeast Louisiana 4 - Missouri State formerly called Southwest Missouri 5 - North Alabama formerly called Florence State 6 - Samford formerly called Howard College 7 - Southern Mississippi formerly called Mississippi Southern 8 - Texas A&M-Commerce formerly called East Texas State 9 - Texas State formerly called Southwest Texas 10 - Troy formerly called Troy State 11 - West Alabama formerly called Livingston 12 - Youngstown State formerly called Youngstown University

Future Schedules Games Played 59 47 41 38 37 25 22 19 19 17 15 15 13 13 12 11 11

football

Sept. 2 at Louisiana-Lafayette Sept. 9 BETHUNE-COOKMAN Sept. 16 at Central Arkansas * Sept. 23 LAMAR * Sept. 30 at Northwestern State * Oct. 7 UIW * Oct. 14 at Houston Baptist * Oct. 21 at Abilene Christian * Oct. 28 SAM HOUSTON STATE * Nov. 4 at McNeese * Nov. 16/18 NICHOLLS *

2018 (11 games)

Sept. 1 TBA Sept. 8 at LSU Sept. 15 CENTRAL ARKANSAS * Sept. 22 at Lamar * Sept. 29 NORTHWESTERN STATE * Oct. 6 at Incarnate Word * Oct. 13 HOUSTON BAPTIST * Oct. 20 ABILENE CHRISTIAN * Oct. 27 at Sam Houston State * Nov. 3 MCNEESE * Nov. 15/17 at Nicholls * Home games in BOLD CAPS All games are tentative and subject to change

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Record Vs. Opponents

Team Abilene Christian Alabama-Birmingham (UAB) Alcorn State Amite High School Appalachian State Arkansas-Monticello 1 Arkansas State Auburn Bogalusa High School Boise State Bolivar Kemp Camp Cameron Camp Beauregard Centenary Central Arkansas Central Florida (UCF) Clarke College Corpus Christi Decatur JC Delta State East Central Mississippi JC East Mississippi JC East Tennessee State Eastern Kentucky Eglin (AAF) Florida Tech Frederick College Gardner-Webb Henderson State Houston Baptist Howard Payne Incarnate Word Illinois State Independence HS Jackson State Jacksonville (Fla.) Jacksonville State Jesuit High School Jones County JC Kansas Kentucky Wesleyan Lamar Lambuth Louisiana College Louisiana-Lafayette 2 (ULL) Louisiana-Monroe 3 (ULM) LSU LSU Frosh Louisiana Tech Louisville Loyola Frosh Marines Corps McNeese State Memphis Merchant Marines Mercyhurst College Miami (Fla.) Milligan College Mississippi Mississippi College Mississippi State Mississippi Valley State Missouri Missouri State 4 Murray State New Hampshire

southeastern


All-Time Record Vs. Opponents

2016

southeastern

ABILENE CHRISTIAN (1-2-0) 1971 Hammond L 1972 Abilene W 2015 Abilene L

7-28 14-10 17-21

ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM (0-1-0) 2012 Birmingham L

3-52

ALCORN STATE (2-2-0) 2003 Lorman 2004 Hammond 2005 Hammond 2008 Lorman

L L W W

24-27 27-33 48-21 34-28

AMITE HIGH (1-0-0) 1930 Unknown

W

7-0

APPALACHIAN STATE (1-0-0) 1965 Hammond W

54-6

ARKANSAS-MONTICELLO (3-0-0) 1938 Unknown W 2003 Hammond W 2004 Hammond W

48-14 22-17 46-32

ARKANSAS STATE (1-3-0) 1954 Jonesboro W 1955 Hammond L 1968 Jonesboro L 1970 Hammond L

51-0 12-21 7-17 3-12

AUBURN (1-0-0) 1950 Auburn

W

6-0

BALL STATE (0-1-0) 1979 Muncie

L

7-17

BOGALUSA HIGH (0-1-0) 1930 Unknown

L

6-19

BOISE STATE (1-0-0) 1980 Boise

W

17-13

BOLIVAR KEMP CAMP (1-0-0) 1933 Unknown W

68-0

Cameron (2-0-0) 1975 Hammond 1976 Lawton

W W

31-10 35-14

CAMP BEAUREGARD (1-0-0) 1942 Unknown W

53-0

CENTENARY (1-0-0) 1947 Hammond

1961 1962 1963

Hammond Hammond Hammond

W W W

39-0 26-0 36-0

DECATUR (MISS.) JC (1-0-0) 1942 Unknown W

39-0

DELTA STATE (8-5-0) 1937 Unknown 1941 Unknown 1949 Cleveland 1950 Cleveland 1972 Hammond 1973 Cleveland 1974 Hammond 1975 Cleveland 1976 Hammond 1977 Cleveland 1978 Hammond 1979 Cleveland 1980 Hammond

L W L W L L W L W W W W W

10-13 32-14 7-19 20-7 7-24 10-14 41-7 10-19 3-0 10-7 34-3 30-7 59-13

EAST CENTRAL MISSISSIPPI JC (2-0-0) 1933 Unknown W 26-12 1934 Unknown W 29-0 EAST MISSISSIPPI JC (2-1-0) 1933 Unknown L 1934 Unknown W 1936 Unknown W

6-12 39-0 45-0

EAST TENNESSEE STATE (1-1-0) 1979 Johnson City L 1980 Hammond H

3-31 7-3

EASTERN KENTUCKY (1-3-0) 1947 Baton Rouge W 1948 Hammond L 1971 Richmond L 1972 Hammond L EGLIN ARMY AIRFIELD (Fla.) (1-0-0) 1948 Eglin Airforce Base W FLORIDA TECH (1-0-0) 2015 Hammond

30-6 7-26 12-20 0-10 28-6

W

28-17

FREDERICK COLLEGE (1-0-0) 1964 Hammond W

26-0

GARDNER-WEBB (0-2-0) 2004 Boiling Springs 2006 Hammond

L L

34-52 21-28

W

33-13

CENTRAL ARKANSAS (3-6-0) 2007 Hammond L 2008 Conway L 2009 Hammond W 2010 Conway L 2011 Conway L 2012 Hammond L 2013 Conway W 2014 Hammond W 2015 Conway L

Henderson State (0-1-0) 2003 Arkadelphia L

35-41

33-37 21-28 25-21 23-30 29-55 14-34 58-31 41-24 16-21

HOUSTON BAPTIST (2-0-0) 2014 Hammond W 2015 Houston W

76-7 22-7

HOWARD PAYNE (1-0-0) 1968 Hammond

W

28-7

ILLINOIS STATE (1-0-0) 1980 Normal

W

28-21

CENTRAL FLORIDA (2-1-0) 1982 Orlando W 1983 Hammond W 1985 Orlando L

24-14 54-28 21-27

INCARNATE WORD (2-1-0) 2013 Hammond W 2014 San Antonio W 2015 Hammond L

35-3 63-7 2-16

CLARKE COLLEGE (1-0-0) 1933 Unknown W

58-0

INDEPENDENCE HIGH (1-0-0) 1930 Unknown W

13-0

40-0

JACKSON STATE (2-2-0) 1980 Jackson

Corpus Christi (4-0-0) 1960 Hammond

W

W

17-16

football 1981 1982 1983

Hammond Jackson Hammond

L L W

14-51 13-30 9-7

JACKSONVILLE (Fla.) (3-0-0) 2003 Hammond W 2004 Jacksonville W 2006 Hammond W 2014 Hammond W

43-23 51-3 41-13 44-3

JACKSONVILLE STATE (Ala.) (4-6-1) 1946 Hammond W 1948 Jacksonville T 1949 Hammond W 1971 Hammond L 1972 Jacksonville L 1973 Hammond W 1974 Jacksonville L 1975 Hammond L 1976 Jacksonville W 1977 Hammond L 1978 Jacksonville L

40-0 7-7 20-14 14-20 7-10 11-10 10-22 7-38 13-3 10-14 7-10

JESUIT HIGH (0-1-0) 1930 Unknown

L

JONES COUNTY JC (5-0-1) 1931 Unknown T 1932 Unknown W 1933 Unknown W 1936 Unknown W 1937 Unknown W 1939 Unknown W KANSAS (0-1-0) 2007 Lawrence

L

KENTUCKY WESLEYAN (1-0-0) 2007 Hammond W

0-27 6-6 75-0 18-6 41-13 54-0 12-6 0-62 79-7

LAMAR (7-4-0) 1937 Unknown 1938 Unknown 1942 Unknown 1967 Beaumont 1969 Hammond 2010 Hammond 2011 Hammond 2012 Beaumont 2013 Hammond 2014 Beaumont 2015 Hammond

W W W L W L L W W W W

20-12 20-7 34-7 21-34 21-19 28-29 38-48 31-21 56-34 61-34 30-27

LAMBUTH (1-0-0) 2003 Hammond

W

22-10

LOUISIANA COLLEGE (12-2-1) 1941 Unknown W 1946 Hammond W 1947 Pineville W 1948 Hammond L 1949 Pineville T 1950 Hammond L 1951 Pineville W 1952 Hammond W 1953 Pineville W 1954 Hammond W 1955 Pineville W 1956 Hammond W 1964 Hammond W 1965 Pineville W 1966 Hammond W LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (17-18-3) 1931 Lafayette T 1932 Lafayette L 1933 Lafayette L

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14-10 18-0 26-2 8-14 0-0 13-14 7-6 7-0 14-6 46-0 27-7 20-0 35-7 23-7 49-0 6-6 0-6 0-34


2016 Lafayette Lafayette Lafayette Hammond Lafayette Hammond Lafayette Hammond Lafayette Hammond Hammond Lafayette Hammond Lafayette Hammond Lafayette Hammond Lafayette Hammond Lafayette Hammond Lafayette Hammond Lafayette Hammond Lafayette Hammond Lafayette Hammond Lafayette Hammond Lafayette Hammond Lafayette Lafayette

L W W L L L L W L L L L W T W W W W T W W W W W W W W L L L L L L L W

LOUISIANA-MONROE (30-15-2) 1931 Unknown W 1932 Unknown W 1934 Unknown L 1935 Unknown L 1936 Unknown W 1937 Unknown T 1938 Unknown T 1939 Unknown L 1940 Unknown W 1941 Unknown W 1942 Unknown L 1951 Monroe W 1952 Hammond W 1953 Monroe W 1954 Hammond W 1955 Monroe W 1956 Hammond W 1957 Monroe W 1958 Monroe L 1959 Monroe W 1960 Hammond W 1961 Monroe W 1962 Hammond W 1963 Monroe W 1964 Hammond W 1965 Monroe W 1966 Hammond W 1967 Monroe L 1968 Hammond L 1969 Monroe W 1970 Hammond L 1971 Monroe L 1972 Hammond L 1973 Monroe W 1974 Hammond W 1975 Hammond W 1976 Hammond W 1977 Monroe L 1978 Monroe W 1979 Hammond W

0-10 12-6 19-0 0-8 0-7 7-19 13-35 27-13 7-40 12-19 20-27 0-6 14-0 13-13 39-13 32-0 20-0 42-0 7-7 14-6 18-13 20-10 27-0 21-6 14-0 12-7 13-0 6-35 0-9 6-31 3-9 6-17 6-7 7-30 7-0 6-0 19-0 6-19 6-16 22-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 20-13 7-6 0-6 33-0 21-20 28-0 58-0 40-0 35-0 26-13 8-22 27-6 26-0 7-0 13-12 12-7 20-10 14-6 14-13 14-30 0-13 20-10 17-20 0-3 9-34 17-0 23-8 49-19 14-10 19-24 25-21 13-0

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2010

Monroe Hammond Monroe Hammond Monroe Hammond Monroe

W W L L L W L

55-30 50-47 0-42 13-16 15-30 19-17 20-21

LSU (0-1-0) 1949 Baton Rouge

L

7-48

LSU FROSH (3-4-0) 1932 Unknown 1933 Unknown 1934 Unknown 1935 Unknown 1936 Unknown 1937 Unknown 1938 Unknown

L L W W W L L

0-6 0-19 11-0 6-0 6-0 7-13 0-19

LOUISIANA TECH (7-28-2) 1938 Unknown 1940 Unknown 1941 Unknown 1942 Unknown 1946 Ruston 1947 Hammond 1948 Ruston 1949 Hammond 1950 Ruston 1951 Hammond 1952 Ruston 1953 Hammond 1954 Hammond 1955 Hammond 1956 Ruston 1957 Hammond 1958 Ruston 1959 Hammond 1960 Ruston 1961 Hammond 1962 Ruston 1963 Hammond 1964 Ruston 1965 Hammond 1966 Ruston 1967 Hammond 1968 Ruston 1969 Hammond 1970 Ruston 1971 Hammond 1972 Ruston 1973 Hammond 1974 Ruston 1975 Hammond 1984 Hammond 1985 Ruston 2008 Ruston

T L L L W L L L L W T L W L L L L L L W L W L L L W L L W L L L L L L L L

0-0 0-26 14-19 15-53 22-14 18-20 13-19 14-20 0-14 19-7 7-7 0-12 35-24 0-21 6-12 14-21 6-10 0-14 14-17 34-14 15-27 15-7 7-28 14-16 6-13 27-21 7-35 24-25 24-21 9-24 0-21 7-26 13-34 28-33 9-17 7-40 26-41

LOUISVILLE (0-1-0) 1947 Hammond

L

0-23

LOYOLA 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939

L L W W W W W W W L

FROSH (7-2-0) Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown

MARINE CORPS (0-1-0) 1971 Quantico McNEESE STATE (18-22-0)

football 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1979 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Lake Charles Hammond Lake Charles Hammond Lake Charles Hammond Lake Charles Hammond Lake Charles Hammond Lake Charles Hammond Lake Charles Hammond Lake Charles Hammond Lake Charles Hammond Lake Charles Hammond Lake Charles Hammond Lake Charles Lake Charles Lake Charles Hammond Lake Charles Hammond Hammond Lake Charles Hammond Lake Charles Lake Charles Hammond Lake Charles Hammond Lake Charles Hammond Lake Charles Hammond Lake Charles

W W W W L W L W L W L W L W L L L W W W L L L L W L L L L W W L L L L L L W W W L

9-6 13-0 20-0 50-6 7-10 34-0 0-26 7-6 8-20 21-6 6-21 21-15 6-35 7-2 8-12 12-28 8-23 17-3 24-21 15-7 0-31 13-31 10-40 7-10 17-7 0-23 7-28 7-16 20-58 51-17 37-13 13-34 17-45 14-24 35-36 10-13 27-48 25-24 41-7 28-9 7-21

W W L

38-14 28-25 7-20

MERCHANT MARINES (1-0-0) 1946 Hammond W

61-6

MEMPHIS (2-1-0) 1942 Unknown 1952 Memphis 1953 Memphis

MERCYHURST COLLEGE (1-0-0) 2004 Hammond W MIAMI (Fla.) (0-3-0) 1932 Miami 1934 Miami 1935 Miami

L L L

58-14 0-7 7-26 0-2

MILLIGAN COLLEGE (2-0-1) 1946 Johnson City W 1947 Johnson City T 1948 Johnson City W

21-13 6-6 14-0

0-20 7-14 13-6 39-0 14-0 15-0 6-0 44-0 25-0

MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE (5-3-0) 1946 Clinton W 1976 Hammond W 1977 Hammond W 1978 Clinton W 1979 Hammond W 1983 Hammond L 1984 Hammond L 1985 Hammond L

14-0 34-20 23-6 13-10 34-14 10-16 6-7 30-34

0-13

MISSISSIPPI STATE (0-1-0) 2008 Starkville L

10-34

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE (2-0-0)

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All-Time Record Vs. Opponents

1934 1935 1936 1938 1940 1941 1942 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1981

southeastern


All-Time Record Vs. Opponents

2016 2004 2005

Hammond Itta Bena

southeastern W W

33-17 38-21

MISSOURI (0-1-0) 2012 Columbia

L

10-62

MISSOURI STATE (1-0-0) 1984 Springfield

W

30-24

MURRAY 1939 1940 1979

L W W

12-14 41-0 19-11

STATE (2-1-0) Unknown Unknown Murray

NEW HAMPSHIRE (0-1-0) 2013 Hammond L

17-20

NEW MEXICO STATE (0-2-0) 2006 Las Cruces L 2007 Las Cruces L

15-30 14-35

NICHOLLS STATE (12-13-0) 1972 Hammond W 1973 Hammond W 1974 Thibodaux L 1975 New Orleans L 1976 New Orleans W 1977 Thibodaux W 1978 New Orleans W 1979 Hammond W 1980 Thibodaux W 1981 Hammond L 1982 Thibodaux L 1983 Thibodaux L 1984 Thibodaux L 1985 Hammond L 2005 Hammond L 2006 Thibodaux L 2007 Hammond W 2008 Thibodaux L 2009 Hammond L 2010 Thibodaux L 2011 Hammond W 2012 Thibodaux W 2013 Hammond W 2014 Thibodaux W 2015 Hammond L

31-9 10-0 0-10 6-14 17-7 17-14 10-0 38-0 35-20 17-29 14-20 0-6 7-36 17-21 28-38 10-14 17-13 28-35 30-45 25-27 31-14 35-16 51-27 62-3 24-27

North Alabama (9-1-2) 1957 Florence W 1958 Florence W 1959 Florence W 1960 Hammond W 1961 Florence W 1962 Hammond W 1973 Hammond W 1974 Florence W 1975 Hammond W 1976 Florence T 1977 Hammond L 1978 Florence T

21-19 40-7 28-21 32-6 33-6 25-7 26-0 21-17 28-15 28-28 7-29 7-7

NORTH DAKOTA (1-0-0) 2008 Hammond

38-35

W

NORTHERN COLORADO (1-1-0) 2004 Hammond W 2005 Greeley L

26-13 19-35

NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI JC (1-0-0) 1933 Unknown W 57-20 NORTHWESTERN STATE 1935 Hammond 1936 Natchitoches 1938 Natchitoches 1939 Hammond

(30-29-0) W W L L

19-13 34-6 0-6 6-18

1940 1941 1942 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Natchitoches Hammond Natchitoches Hammond Natchitoches Hammond Natchitoches Hammond Natchitoches Hammond Natchitoches Hammond Hammond Hammond Natchitoches Hammond Natchitoches Natchitoches Hammond Natchitoches Hammond Natchitoches Hammond Natchitoches Hammond Natchitoches Hammond Natchitoches Hammond Natchitoches Hammond Natchitoches Hammond Hammond Hammond Natchitoches Hammond Natchitoches Hammond Natchitoches Natchitoches Hammond Hammond Natchitoches Natchitoches Hammond Natchitoches Hammond Natchitoches Hammond Natchitoches Hammond Natchitoches Hammond Natchitoches

L L L W L L W W W W W W W W L L W W W L L W L L W W L L L L L L W W W L W L W L L L W L L W L W W L L W W W W

0-47 0-6 6-7 13-0 12-14 0-49 25-13 28-14 33-14 19-0 27-19 32-6 27-20 20-15 7-13 0-7 15-13 7-0 19-0 6-19 7-13 37-21 22-38 24-27 26-14 24-19 6-34 14-22 6-14 3-6 14-21 3-40 31-6 34-27 38-21 12-13 33-7 14-16 21-16 9-31 7-23 14-34 20-14 27-87 10-31 31-24 (ot) 24-27 26-21 27-0 16-35 17-51 27-22 37-22 30-22 34-20

OHIO (0-1-0) 2015 Athens

L

14-35

OLE MISS (0-1-0) 2009 Oxford

L

ORLANDO, Fla. (1-0-0) 1937 Unknown PEARL RIVER JC (3-2-1) 1931 Unknown 1932 Unknown 1934 Unknown 1935 Unknown 1936 Unknown 1937 Unknown

football 1942 1949 1950 1960 1961 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970

Unknown Hammond Pensacola Hammond Hammond Pensacola Hammond Pensacola Hammond Hammond

L W W W W W W L W W

0-13 14-0 21-13 9-0 9-5 52-33 37-16 16-30 20-7 16-3

W

12-0

PRAIRIE VIEW A&M (1-0-0) 2003 Hammond W

64-10

ROLLINS COLLEGE (1-0-0) 1935 Unknown W

19-0

PERKINSTON JC (1-0-0) 1939 Unknown

St. MARY’S (Calif.) (0-1-0) 2003 Moraga

L

27-33

St. MARY’S (Texas) (0-2-0) 1940 Unknown 1941 Unknown

L L

6-27 0-28

SAMFORD (2-1-0) 1963 Birmingham 1965 Hammond 2013 Birmingham

L W W

0-7 13-7 34-31

SAM HOUSTON STATE (6-11-0) 1940 Unknown L 1977 Huntsville W 1978 Hammond W 1984 Huntsville L 1985 Hammond L 2004 Hammond L 2005 Huntsville L 2006 Hammond L 2007 Hammond L 2008 Huntsville W 2009 Hammond W 2010 Huntsville L 2011 Hammond L 2012 Huntsville L 2013 Hammond W Hammond W 2014 Huntsville L SAVANNAH STATE (1-0-0) 2011 Hammond W SOUTH DAKOTA (1-1-0) 2008 Hammond 2009 Vermillion

W L

12-22 20-0 12-0 3-28 13-24 17-45 18-35 23-28 16-20 30-27 (ot) 37-21 7-57 9-38 0-70 34-21 30-29 21-17 63-6 31-30 13-44

6-52

SOUTH DAKOTA STATE (0-2-0) 2012 Hammond L 2013 Brookings L

14-31 26-34

W

7-0

SOUTHEast missouri (1-0-0) 2013 Hammond W

45-7

L L W W T W

0-54 0-14 8-6 14-6 0-0 46-0

PENSACOLA NAVY (10-2-1) 1937 Unknown W 1939 Unknown W 1940 Unknown T

20-14 18-7 7-7

SOUTHERN (1-1-0) 1981 Baton Rouge 1982 Hammond

W L

SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI (3-19-0) 1940 Unknown L 1941 Unknown L 1946 Hattiesburg W 1947 Hammond L 1948 Hattiesburg L 1950 Hammond W 1951 Hattiesburg L

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28-27 19-26 6-13 6-43 20-0 0-35 0-27 7-0 6-35


2016 Hammond Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Hammond Hattiesburg Hammond Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Hammond Hattiesburg Hammond Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Hattiesburg

L L W L L L L L L L L L L L L

12-20 0-7 13-7 0-33 14-21 0-14 6-33 6-26 0-15 13-15 7-20 15-27 6-14 0-45 6-52

SOUTHERN UTAH (1-0-0) 2014 Hammond W

41-14

SOUTHWEST MISSISSIPPI 1930 Unknown 1931 Unknown 1932 Unknown 1933 Unknown 1934 Unknown 1935 Unknown 1936 Unknown 1937 Unknown 1938 Unknown 1939 Unknown

JC (9-1-0) L W W W W W W W W W

SPRING HILL COLLEGE (1-0-0) 1939 Unknown W

6-0

STATE TECH-HATTIESBURG (1-0-0) 1934 Unknown W STEPHEN F. AUSTIN (7-11-1) 1950 Nacogdoches L 1951 Hammond L 1952 Nacogdoches W 1953 Hammond W 1981 Nacogdoches W 1982 Hammond L 1984 Hammond T 1985 Nacogdoches L 2005 Nacogdoches W 2006 Hammond L 2007 Hammond W 2008 Nacogdoches L 2009 Hammond L 2010 Nacogdoches L 2011 Nacogdoches L 2012 Hammond W 2013 Hammond W 2014 Nacogdoches L 2015 Hammond L

0-46 14-6 12-6 6-0 13-0 19-7 7-0 52-7 65-0 31-6

39-9 0-21 6-14 21-7 35-0 33-24 10-35 21-21 12-27 45-23 10-35 21-3 45-48 10-41 14-51 20-28 42-27 56-14 27-17 27-28

Stetson (1-0-0) 1954 Deland

W

62-0

Tampa (7-1-0) 1955 Tampa 1956 Hammond 1957 Tampa 1958 Tampa 1959 Tampa 1960 Tampa 1961 Hammond 1962 Hammond

W W L W W W W W

13-7 40-6 13-33 19-0 33-8 28-12 27-3 27-7

Tennessee-Chattanooga (0-3-0) 1962 Chattanooga L 19-21 1964 Chattanooga L 0-21 1985 Chattanooga L 7-27 TENNESSEE-MARTIN (4-2-0)

1974 1975 1976 1981 2010 2012

Hammond Martin Hammond Hammond Hammond Martin

Texas A&M-Commerce 1957 Hammond 1958 Hammond 1959 Commerce 1960 Hammond 1961 Commerce 1963 Hammond 1964 Commerce 1983 Hammond 2009 Hammond

W L W W W L

44-13 7-23 28-12 13-10 24-10 6-23

(4-4-1) L L L W W T L W W

7-25 20-35 10-21 7-0 20-6 13-13 8-22 31-23 41-7

TEXAS-ARLINGTON (0-1-0) 1963 Hammond L

13-14

TEXAS CHRISTIAN (0-1-0) 2013 Fort Worth L

17-38

TEXAS COLLEGE (1-0-0) 2004 Hammond

W

54-14

TEXAS SOUTHERN (4-0-0) 1980 Hammond W 1981 Houston W 1982 Hammond W 1983 Houston W

47-6 31-24 31-0 20-7

TEXAS STATE (3-12-0) 1978 Hammond 1979 Hammond 1981 San Marcos 1982 Hammond 1984 Hammond 1985 San Marcos 2003 San Marcos 2004 San Marcos 2005 Hammond 2006 San Marcos 2007 San Marcos 2008 Hammond 2009 San Marcos 2010 Hammond 2011 Hammond

L L L L L L L L L L L L W W W

TEXAS TECH (0-1-0) 2006 Lubbock

L

0-62

Trinity 1955 1956 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971

L L L W W W L L

7-46 7-14 7-14 31-0 7-3 43-14 9-17 17-24

W W W W L L W L W L W L W

34-7 45-7 18-7 71-0 12-21 6-31 20-19 0-24 35-25 7-26 21-7 15-17 45-7

(3-5-0) Hammond San Antonio San Antonio Hammond San Antonio Hammond San Antonio Hammond

TROY (11-8-0) 1941 Unknown 1942 Unknown 1950 Troy 1951 Hammond 1970 Hammond 1971 Troy 1972 Hammond 1973 Troy 1974 Hammond 1975 Troy 1976 Hammond 1977 Troy 1978 Hammond

0-7 7-14 10-35 21-34 7-10 15-55 17-38 28-31 (2 ot) 15-30 17-38 31-45 24-38 51-50 (ot) 49-28 38-28

football 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 2003

Troy Hammond Troy Hammond Troy Troy

L L W W W L

0-24 10-21 22-21 21-7 34-15 0-28

TULANE 1949 1951 2005 2007 2010 2011 2014

(0-7-0) New Orleans New Orleans Baton Rouge New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans

L L L L L L L

0-40 7-48 21-28 27-35 21-27 33-47 35-20

W L

19-0 0-19

UNION COLLEGE (Ky.) (1-0-0) 2009 Hammond W

69-20

WEBBER INTERNATIONAL (1-0-0) 2003 Hammond W

68-10

WEST ALABAMA (7-3-0) 1939 Unknown 1940 Unknown 1948 Hammond 1949 Hammond 1973 Livingston 1974 Hammond 1975 Livingston 1976 Livingston 1977 Hammond 1978 Hammond

W W W W L W L L W W

47-6 19-0 7-0 41-12 0-11 27-21 13-43 10-20 30-3 33-0

WESTERN KENTUCKY (2-0-0) 1983 Bowling Green W 1984 Hammond W

27-7 28-0

YOUNGSTOWN STATE (1-1-0) 1969 Youngstown L 1970 Hammond W

7-20 50-27

TULANE FROSH (1-1-0) 1937 Unknown 1938 Unknown

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1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 2006 2011

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All-Time ROSTER

2016

C.J. Alexander

Billy Andrews ABARENOV, Ivan ABELS ABRAMS, Miles ACKER, Brandon ADAMS, Cleve ADAMS, Danny ADAMS, Darrell ADAMS, Dremell ADAMS, Duriel ADAMS, J. Stewart ADAMS, Mike ADAMS, Mike ADAMS, Ryan AFLAGUE, John AGUILLARD, Billy ALBERT, Broderick ALBIN, Zach ALEAMOTUA, Tupou ALESSI, Joseph ALEXANDER, Alec ALEXANDER, C.J. ALEXANDER, Dennis ALEXANDER, Malcolm ALEXANDER, Paul ALEXANDER,Theo ALFORD, Robert ALFORD, Tay ALLEMAN, Floyd ALLEN, James D. ALLEN, Scott ALLEN,Terry ALFORTISH, Blake ALLISON, John ALO, Justin ALONZO, Joe ALSGOOD, Sammy ALTAZIN, Mike ALUMS, Larry ALVAREZ,Wilson AMADEE, Roy AMBROSE, Clarence AMOND, Brian ANDERS, Mac

2013-14 1948 2008 2015 1978-79 1973 1960-61 2006-07 2003-04-05-06 1930-31 1976 1956-57-58-59 2011-12-13-14 1975-76-77-78 1970-71-72-73 2008 2009-10 2014-15 1935 2003 1958-59 1982-83 1981 1960-61 2012-13 2009-10-11-12 2009-10-11-12 1981-82-83 1940 1977-78-79-80 1980-81-82-83 2004-05-06 1942 2015 1979-80 1973-74 1977 1971-72-73-74 1980 1983 1983-85 1977 1965

ANDERS, Mark ANDERSON, Hardy ANDERSON, Harry ANDERSON, Jerry ANDERSON, Joey ANDERSON, Ryan ANDERSON, Scott ANDERSON, Sidney ANDRE, Jack ANDRE, John Alvin ANDRE, Russell ANDRE,Thomas ANDREW, Joe ANDREW,Walt ANDREWS, Billy ANDREWS, Henry ANDREWS, John ANTHON, Robert ANTONELLI, Angie ANZALONE, Fanacy ANZALONE, Louis ARANDA, Joe ARBOUR,Tommy ARMAND, Charles ARDOIN, L.J. ARMSTRONG, Cleo ARMSTRONG, Harvey ARNOLD, Blane ARTIGUES, Maurice ASHCRAFT, Lance AUGUST, Jordan BABIN, Brian BABIN, Seth BABINEAUX, Damon BADON, Doug BAGOT, Ken BAHAM, Bruce BAHAM, Milton BAHM, Marvin BAHORIC, Ed BAILEY, Kenneth BAILEY, Malcolm BAKER, Don BAKER, Greg BAKER, Nolan BALES, Derwin BALES, James D. BALES,Wesley BALLEIN, Donald BANKSTON, Al BANTA, Keith BARBIER, Carl BARDY, Brad BARKSDALE, Justin BARKURN, Steve BARLOW, Mack BARNES, Ben BARNES, Gene BARNES, Kevin BARNETT, Jordan BARNHILL, Robert BARONNE, James BARRETT, Glenn BARRINGTON, Chuck BARRIOS, David BARROUQUERE, James BARTHELL, Charles BATES, Dale BATES, Dickie BATES, Donald BATISTE, Jordan BATISTE, Lionel BAXTER, Danny BEALER, Kyron BEARD, Brett BEARD, Darrell BEARDEN, Bucky BEATTY,Tyler BECKER, Robert BEDFORD, Freddie BELL, Chuck BELL, Tommy

1977-78 1982-83-84 1932 2012 1985 2007-08-09 1980-81 1960-61-62 1959-60-61-62 1954-58-59 1961 1958 1951-52 1951-52 1963-64-65-66 1964-65 2013-14 1977-78 1942-46-47 1974 1951-52 1959-60-61-62 1965-66-67-68 1962 1980 1978 1970 2011-13-14 1958 1981-82 2008 2006-07-08-09 2003-05-06 2003-04 1975 1970-71 1977 1932 1930 1938-39 1954-55-56-57 1951-53 1973 1971-72-73-74 1930 1970 1951 1935-36 1963-64-65 1946-47 1974-75-76-77 1963-64-65 2005-06-07-08 2015 1982 1954-55-56-57 2003 1957-58 1982 2012-13-14 1946 1965-66-67-68 1974 1960 1969-70-71-72 1985 1973-74 1951 1966-67-68 1949-50-51 2014-15 1980 1965-66 1967 2003 1969-70-71 1979-80-81-82 2008-09-10 1970-71-72 1973-74-75-76 1966 1953-54-56-57

BELLROSE, Paul BELTON, Horace BELTON, Jimmy BENARD, Marshal BENGLIS, Greek BENNETT, Brad BENNETT, Bryan BENNETT, Jarrell BENNETT,Tre’ BENOIT, Ken BENSON, Jack BEREY, Alexander BERG, Charles BERGERON, Dale BERNER, Anthony BERTAUT, Al BERTAUT, Folse BEST, Herbert BETHANCOURT, Cecil BETHEA, Eugene BETTS, Matt BEZET, Reggie BICKHAM, Bruce BICKHAM, Dickie BICKHAM, Harry BIENDENKOFT,Tim BILBO, William BILLINGS, Raymond BINGHAM, Alan BISHOP, Bryce BLACK, Coney BLACK, Jerrod BLACK, Jim BLACK, John BLACKWELL, Arlan BLACKWELL, Preacher BLACKWELL, Russell BLALOCK, Curtis "Jack" BLANCHARD, Joe BLANCHARD, Scott BLANDA, Phil BLAZEVICH, Brent BLOSSMAN, Sam BOATNER, Mack BODI, Paul BOH, Eric BOLDEN, Gerald BOLES, Danny BOLTON, James BOND,Wayne BONVILLION, Tim BOOKSH, Ronnie BOOTHE, Corey BOSSIER, Dylan BOSSOM, Joey BOSTICK, Cecil BOUDREAUX, Calvin BOUDREAUX, Danny BOUDREAUX, Darryl BOUDREAUX, Gerard BOUDREAUX, Johnny BOUDREAUX, Ridley BOURGEOIS, Brent BOURGEOIS, C.P. BOURGEOIS, Emanuel BOURGEOIS, Frank BOURGEOIS, Rene BOUTWELL, Devin BOWEN, A.J. BRABHAM, Daron BRABHAM, Ronnie BRADDOCK, Jonathan BRADY, Milton BRAGGS, Herbert BRAMLETT, Joe BRANNAN, Sherry BRAY, Archibald BRAZIL, Irvin BRECHEEN, Milton BREELAND, Andrew BRESCHER, Eddie BREWER, Buck

football 1959-60 1973-74-75-76 1938 1969 1936 2003 2013-14 2013-14-15 2015 1980-81-83-84 1957-58-59 1935 1958-59-60 1972-73-74-75 1970-71 1946 1941-46 1963 1982 2014-15 2006 1963 1956-57 1973-74-75-76 1971-72-73 1982 1957 1948-49-50-51 1985 2014-15 1971 2011 1971-72-73-74 1947 1948-49-54-55 1937 1931 1946-47-48 1946 1984-85 1966-67 2005-06-07-08 1930 1978-79-80-81 1965-66 1966-67-68-69 1974-75 1974 1938-39-40-41 1954 1974-75 1959-61-62-63 2011-12 2014-15 1977-78-79 1974 1957-58 1978-79 1980-81-82-83 1957-58-59-60 1980-82-83-84 1950-51 1979 1951-52-53 1962 1954-55-56-57 1985 2007-08-10-11 2013-14-15 2003 1962-63 2013-14 1953 1978 1985 1961-62-63 1930 1984-85 1971 2015 1962-63-64-66 1981

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BREWER, Dan BREWER, Larry BRIAN, Bret BRIAN, David BRIDGES, Joe BRIDGES, Josh BRIEN, Dick BRIGGS, Chris BRIGGS, Toby BRITT, BROCATO, Mike BROCK, Dale BROUSSARD, Eugene BROUSSARD, Jonathan BROUSSARD,Tommy BROUSSARD,W.E. BOURQUE, Pete BOUSSEAU,William BRADLEY,Victor BROWN, Carl BROWN, James BROWN, Matt BROWN, Ray BROWN,Wilmont BROWN, Xavier BROWNING, Donald BROYLES, Mike BROYLES BRUNETT, Jack BRUNNINGS,T.E. BRYANT, Avery BRYANT, Frank BRYANT, Jeff BRYANT, Richard BUFKIN, Ken BULLARD, Jeff BURAS, Carl BURAS, George BURGE, Bobby BURGE,Virgil BURKHALTER, Henry BURLEIGH, Murray BURNS, Harold BURT, Bill BUTLER, Alvin BUTLER, Jerry BYARS, Josh BYERS, Jared BYRD, Kerchal CACCIOPPI, Joe CAESAR, Johnny CAGER, Earl CAGNOLATTI, Mac CAIN, Jerome CALANDRO,Tommy CALCOTE, Chris CALDER, Mike CALLERY, Bill CALLIAN,Tim CALMES, Jim CALMES,T.C. CAMP, Fred CAMPBELL, Steve CAMPION,T.J. CAMPOS, Louis CANGELOSI, Joey CANNON, Devin CARAVELLA, Joseph CARDOSO, Dennis CARLIN, Jimmie CARLISLE, Gerald CARLISLE, Herman CARLISLE, Louis CARPENTER, Fred CARR, James CARROLL, Richard CARSON CARTER, Craig CARTER, Don CARTER, George CARTER,Victor “Pie” CASDABAN, Paul

1965-67-68 2006-07 1981-82-83-84 1960 1939 2007-08-09-10 1961 2015 2014 1936 1971-72 1955-56-57 1951-52-53 2003-04 1976-77-78 1952-53 1952 1966 1950 1940-41 1984-85 2003-05-06 1983-84 1938-39 2011 1954 1979 1942 1946-47 1931-32-33 1949 2011 1985 1977-78-79-80 1973 1982-83 1946 1946 1956-57 1956-57 1965-66-67-68 1954-56 1971 1979-80-81 1980-81 1981-82-83-84 2013 2007 1982-83-84-85 1966-67-68-69 1968 2004-05-06-07 1938-39-40 1930 1978-79 1969 1980-81-82-83 1950-51-52 2014 1960 1957-58-59-60 1938-39 1984-85 1940-41-42-46 1951 1969-70 2006-07 1942 1978 1937 1979-80-81-82 1939-40 1951-54 1966 1980-82-83 1973 1942 1970-71 1964 1949 2003-04 1950


2016

southeastern

1954-55 1970-71 1963-64-65-66 1982-83-84-85 1966-67-68-69 1937 1953 1982 2010 1983-84-85 1936-37-39 1948-50-51 2010-11-12 1978-79-80-81 1949 1975-76 1968-69 2006 1974 2011-12-13-14 1960 1983 1930 1974-75 1977-78 1984-85 1977-78-79-80 1963 1936-37 1979 1982 2003-04 2007-08-09-10 1965 1976 1976-77-78-79 1968-69-70 1948-49 2013-15 2013-14 1978 1961 1932 2009-10 1983 1985 2010-11 2004 1959-60 1977-78-79-80 1976 2013-14 1973 1946-47-48-49 2003-04 1969-70 1985 1985 1946-47-48-49 2006-07-08-10 1948-49 1975-76 1981-82

DEMELO, Jason 2004-05-06 DENMARK, Kendall 1979-80 DENNIS, Herbert 1942-47-48 DENNIS, Stanley 1946-47 DENT, Givonni 2011 DEPREO, Sonny 1973-74-75-76 DERRICK,Wilbur 1960-61 DESOMEAUX,Tom 1972 DE ST. GERMAN, Charles 1952 DEVALL, Jay 1965-66-67 DEVALL, Ray 1965 DICARLO, Al 1948-49 DICARLO, Chris 2006-07 DIETRICH, Earl 1963-64-65 DILIBERTO, Joe 1966-67 DIVITORRIO, Frank 1982-83-84-85 DOBBINS, Charles 1985 DODD, Craig 1984-85 DOMIANO, Greg 1979-80-81-82 DOMINGUE, Jules 1967-68 DOMINICK, Jeb 1971-72-73 DORCH, Robert 1983 DOREMUS 1932 DOSSETT, Glenn 1955-56-57-58 DOUGLAS, Reshad 2009-10-11-12 DOUGLAS, Trey 2007-08 DOYLE, Albert 1963 DOYLE, Alvin 1962-63 DOYLE, Ronnie 1979-80-81-82 DRAGO, Danny 1978-79-80-81 DUCKSWORTH, Jasper 2008-09 DUCKSWORTH, Michael 2009 DUGAS, Bobby Joe 1956-57-58 DUGAS, Bruce "Brisco" 1946-47-48-49 DUGAS, Manuel 1948-49-50-51 DUGAS,Wayne 1956-57 DUHE, Melvin 1961 DUHE, Robert 1969-70-71-72 DUME, John 2003-04-06-07 DUNAGIN, Kenneth 1958-59 DUNAWAY, Jerry Joe 1961-62-63-64 DUNBAR, Garrin 2015 DUNBAR, Lawrence 2003-04 DUNIGAN, Louis 1964-65-66-67 DUNN, Greg 1981-82-83 DUPLESSIS, Antoine 2011 DUPLESSIS, Brent 1971-72 DUPLESSIS, Kerry 1971-72-73-74 DUPONT, John 1970 DURDEN, David 2009-10-11 DUROCHER, Phil 1967-68-69 DURONSLET, Craig 2008-09 DUVALL, Gregg 1969-70-71-72 DYER, Kenneth 1960-62-63-64 DYKES, Donald 1975-76-77-78 EADY 1932 EARLES, George 1965-66 EARNEST, Mike 1977-78 EASON, John 1982 EDWARDS, Elmer 1935-36 ELEBY, Larry 1983 ELISAR, Kirk 2015 ELLIOTT, Tommy 2012-13 ELLIS, Bruce 1978 ELLIS, Charles 2003-04 ELLIS, Roy 1975-76-77 ELOI, Blake 1979 ELROD, Glen 1983 ENGLISH, Joe 1983-84-85 ENRICO,Tony 1978 ENSMINGER, Bryan 1975 ENTZ, Steve 1980-81-82 EPPLING, Elden 1950 ERNST, Lou 1978 ESKEW, Aubrey 1969 ESTAPA, Gene 1972-73 ETHERIDGE, Scott 1983 EUGENE, Micah 2014-15 FABACHER, Pete 1954 FABACHER, Sherard 1954 FAIRCHILD, B.L. 1959-60 FAIRLEY, Sam 2009-10-11 FALLER, Lokey 1936

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FANGATUA, Miki 2015 FANGUY, Hugh 1954 FARLOW, John 1979-80-81 FAUL, Mack 1966-67-68-69 FAUL, Kenneth 1982 FAUL, Wayne 1974-75-76-77 FAUNTLEROY, Darryl 1981 FAVORITE, Courtney 2003-04 FAVORS, Quinn 1983 FAVRON, Calvin 1975-76-77-78 FEDERICO, John 1984 FEE, Larry 1963-64 FELCHER 1930 FELDEN, Jeff 1974 FELLNER, Fred 1975-76 FELSHER, Nick 1930-31-32 FENDLASON, Jay 2004-05-06 FENDLASON, Jim 1972-73 FERNANDEZ, Justin 1953-54-55-56 FERNANDEZ, Raul 1974-75-76 FERRARA, Anthony 1977 FERRARO,Wallace 1965 FERRER, Henri 1949 FERRILL, Glenn 1978-79-80-81 FIELDS, Dylan 2015 FILLMORE, Carney 1975 FITCH, Ahmed 1983-84-85 FLEMING, Malcolm 1959-60 FLETCHER, Sonny 1968-69 FLOWERS, Johnny 2004-05-06-07 FLOYD, Duane 1965-66-67-68 FLOYD, Jeff 1981-82-83-84 FOLEY, Richard 1980-81 FONTE, Bob 1965 FONTENETTE, Kervin 1983-84-85 FONTENOT, Glynn 1959 FONTENOT, Patrick 2007 FORD, Darrell 1979-80 FORESTIER, Craig 1984 FORET, Adler 1942 FORET, Danny 1981 FORET, Stacy 1985 FORMAN, George 1977 FORNEA, John 1969-70 FORNEA, Robert 1984 FORREST, Alonzo 1983 FORTENBERRY, Luther 1956-58-59-60 FORTENBERRY, Shane 1973 FOSTER, Gary 1973-74 FOSTER, Quinton 2009-10 FOSTER,Van 1971 FOURNET, Daniel 1953-54-55-56 FOURNIER, Ryan 2003-04-05 FRANCIS, Choni 2003-04 FRANKLIN, Craig 1973 FRAYLE, Dion 1983-84 FRAZIER, Donald 2004-06-07 FREDERIC, Ronnie 1963-64-65-66 FREEMAN, Clyde 1983 FRENCH,William 2015 FRITSCHER,Mark 1981-82 FRUGE, Fred 1963 FRUGE’, Marquis 2012-13 FRUGE, Melvin 1962-63-64-65 FRYANT, Robert 1972-73-74-75 FRYE, Kevin 1977 FUHRMANN, Donald 1958 FUHRMANN, Rodney 1958 FUSSEL, Emile 1938 FUTCH, Jan 1940 GABRIEL, Gasten 2010-11-12-13 GALJOUR, Tyrone 1970-71-72 GALLAGHER, Jack 1973 GALLINGHOUSE, Gerald 1941-42 GALLOWAY, Pat 1981 GALLOWAY, Stanley 1935-38 GARCIA, Dennis 1976-77 GARCIA, Steve 1973-76 GARGUS, Bobby 1957 GARRETT, Jamarr’ 2006-07 GARRISON, Buster 1969-70-71-72 GARY, Fred 1963-64-65-66 GARY,Tom 1965

All-Time ROSTER

Gasten Gabriel CATALANOTTO, Mickey CAUSEY, Billy CAUSEY, Ira Gene CEASAR, Chris CEMO,Tony CHADWICK CHAISSON, Joel CHAISSON, Mark CHAMBERS, Luther CHAMPION, Joe CHANEY, Dunbar CHANEY, F.O. CHANEY, Michael CHAPMAN, Albert CHAPMAN, Lynn CHARRIER, Darnell CHAVES, Raul CHEATHAM, Alden CHENEVERT, Bobby CHURCH, Justin CIMMENTO, Nick CIRINNA, Chris CITTADIN, Joseph CLARK, Alex CLARK, Greg CLARK, Joe CLARK, Mike CLAVERIE, David CLAY, George CLAYBORNE, Billy Ray CLAYTON, Leonard CLEMENTS, Kyle CLOPHUS, Nathan CLOUD, Ray COALSON, Robert COATES, Jeff COBB, Bill COBB, James COCHRAN,Taylor COCKERTON, Ryan COLE, Billy COLE, Hubert COLEMAN, Bob COLEMAN, Clint COLEMAN, Rob COLLIER, Jerome COLLINS, Brandon COLLINS, Kevin COLLINS, Phillip COLLY, Herman COLSON, Robert COMBS, Marquel COMSTOCK,Wendell CONERLY, Sam CONLEY, Jonathanio CONNELLY, Ronnie CONNER, Eric CONNER,Todd CONNERLY, Sam CONNORS,Tommy COOK, Gerald COOK, Mike COPELAND, John

CORBETT, Isiah 2013-14 CORE, Gary 1959-60 CORE, George 1962 CORE, Jack Clyde 1946-47 CORE,Talmadge Ed 1946-47 COREY, Jules 1948-49-50 COSTANZA, Joe (Papa Joe) 1935-36-37 COTHERN, Dickie 1961-62-63-64 COTTINGHAM, Mitch 1931-32 COTTEN, Bobby 1965-66 COTTON, William Howell 1932 COURTNEY, George 1966 COUSIN, Ronald 2006 COVINGTON, Dick 1967-68-69-70 COX, Joe 1984 COX 1936 COZ, Catfish 1936 CRAIG, Aaron 2015 CRAVEN, Hunter 2011-12 CRAWFORD,Winston 1954-55 CREELY, Mike 1976-77 CRISHAM, John 1969 CROCKETT, Hess 2003 CRON, Butch 1970 CROOK, Monty 1959-60-61-62 CROOK, Paul 1960-61 CROOKS, Avery 2008-09-10-11 CROSBY, Ronny 1963-64-65-66 CROWLEY, Tim 1965-66 CRUM, Darryl 1982 CRUM, Henry 1983 CRUM, Jimmy 1983 CRUTCHFIELD, Bob 1947 CRUTHIRDS, David 1974 CRYER, Andre 2007-08-09-10 CULOTTA, Ray 1964 CURRIE, Devon 2006 CURRIE, Hebert 1930-31 CURRIER, Ross 2003-04 CURRY, Hess 1950 CURTIS, Danny 1979-80 CURTIS, Danny 1962-63-64-65 CUTNO, Jae 2011 CUTRER,Timmy 1962 DAIGLE, Adlin 1941-42 DAIGLE, Eddie 1962 DAIGLE, Jessie 1963-64 DAIGLE, Johnny 1966-67-68-69 DAIGLE, Ralph 1966-67-68-69 DAIGS, Sherman 2004-05 DAKIN, Josh 2012-13-14-15 DALMADO, Anthony 1960-61 DANIEL, Jay 1973-74-75-76 DANIELS, David 2003-05 DANIELS, Doug 1951-52-53 DANIELS, Ricky 1978-79 DANNA, Dick 1961 DANTIN, Lenny 1970 DANTONE, Sam 1933-34-35 DANTZLER, Keithshone 2005-06-08 DARBY, Mike 1980 DARDEN, Jimmy 1973 DAROUSE, Kevin 1982-83-84-85 DAVENPORT, Ray 1979 DAVIDSON, David 1965-66 DAVIDSON,Ted 1970-71-72-73 DAVIS, Albert 1941-42 DAVIS, Delwin 2012-13-14 DAVIS, Ernest 1975 DAVIS, Jerome 1942-46-47 DAVIS, Keylam 2003-04-05-06-07 DAVIS, Ralph 1939 DAVIS, Rod 1939 DAWSON, Ricky 1970-71-72-73 DAY, Lynn 1965-66-67-68 DEBETAZ, Arthur 1958-59-60 DeBENEDICTUS, Mike 1963-64 DEDON, Chris 1983 DEGENERES, Amile 1963 DEGENERES, Lloyd 1962 DELANEY, Bob 1962 DELAUNE, Mike 1971-72 DELONG, Brock 2007-08

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All-Time ROSTER

2016

Ted Glaser

Cqulin Hubert GASTMYER, Ben GAUDIN, Greg GAUTIER, Ferman GAUTIER, Jackie GAUTREAUX, Russell GEARY, Charles GENNUSA, Frank GEORGE, Steven GETER, Marion GIANNOBILE, Bobby GIARRUSSO, Cyril GIBBS, Sean GIBSON, Edward GILARDI, Rusty GILBERT, Mario GILDERSLEEVE, Charles GILL , Audis GILL, Nolan GILL, Roger GILLESPIE, George GIVENS, Audis GLASER, Gary GLASER, Ted GLEASON, Dave GODARE, Ryan GOFF, Bill GOLDBERG, Scott GOLDING, Josh GOLIAN, Nick GONZALES, Hutch GOODWIN, Steve GORDON, Bruce GORDON, Jim GOTHE, Lee GOULAS, Carroll GOULD, Clay GOURRIER, Sam GRAHAM, Leo GRANDEURY, Nolan GRAVES, David GRAVES, Joe GRAVES, John GRAY, Tommy

1935 1967-68-69-70 1976-77-78-79 1965-66 1956 1983 1961-62-63-64 1984 1946 1969 1959-60 1982 1979-80-81-83 1966-67-68 2004-05-06-07 1979-80 1946-47-48-49 1971-72-73-74 1967-68-69-70 1940-41 1931 1974-75 1967-68-69-70 1960-61-62 2007-08-09-10 1953 2003 2003 1985 2003-04-05 1976-77 1979 1976-77-78 1985 1960-61-62 1978-79 1958-59-60-61 1978-79 1935-36-37-38 1946-47-49 2012-13-14-15 2012-13 1974

GRAYS,T’Darryl GRAZIANO, Joe GREEN, Arthur GREEN, Lowell GREENUP, Rory GREENWOOD, Calvin GREER, Jim GREGORY, John GREMILLION, Mike GREMILLION, Randy GREMILLION, Sean GRESHAM, Clint GRIESHABER, Alfred GRIFFIN, Don GRIFFIN, Ralph GRIFFITH, Malcolm GRIFFON, Kurt GRIMES, Claude GROGAN, Garrett GROM, Dwight GROM, Duane “Buck” GROS, Robert GRUBB, Wayne GUIDRY, Ronald GUIDUGLI, Jeff GUITEAU, C.J. GULNALDO, Donald GUSMAN, Orlando GUTHMANN, Bruce GUY, Darrius HALE, Jarrod HALL, Charles HALL, Jim HALLADAY, Dale HALLMAN,Trey HAMILTON, David HANCE, Douglas HANEY, Lloyd HANKINS, Martin HANKO, Joe HANLEY, Jim HARBISON, Norman HARDEN, Eddie HARDIMAN, Demoris HARMON, Kevin HARRELL, Rasheed HARRIS, Aaron HARRIS, Brennen HARRIS, Elbert HARRIS, Herbert HARRIS,Tim HARRIS,Wendell HARRIS,Wyatt HARRISON, Curtis HARRY, James HARRY, Lionel HART, Nelson HARTMAN, Mark HARTZOG, Seymon HARVEY, John HATCHER, Marquis HAWKINS,William HAWKINS,William HAY, Brody HAYDEL, Russell HAYDEL, Shane HAYDEN, Brooklyn HAYES, Charlie HAYES, Chris HAYES, Marquis HAYGOOD, Todd HEBERT, Charlie HEBERT, Dwain HEBERT, Gerald HEBERT, Matt HEDSTROM, Randy HEIM, Harrison HELMSTETTER, Jerome HEMPHILL, Jack HENDERSON, Ashton HENDERSON, Charles HENDERSON, Daniel

2009-10-11-12 1930 2007 1985 1973 2004-05 1973-74-75-76 1985 1965-67-68-69 1973-74-75 2008-09-10-11 1939 1959-60-61-62 1975-76 2008 1937-38-39-40 1981-82-83-84 1938 1985 1957 1958-59-60 1956-57-58-59 1971 1983 2005-06 1952 1962-63 1974-75-76 1977-78-79-80 2013-14 2011-12 2004-05 2003-04-05-06 1973-74-75-76 2014-15 1985 1938-39-40-41 1963 2003-04 1980 1958-59-60 1976 1978-79-81-82 2005-06 2012-13 2012-13-14 2010-12 2003-04-06-07 1958-59-60-61 2014-15 1972 1978-79-80 1985 1982 1982 1974 1934-35-36 1980-81-82-83 1961-62 1942 2014-15 1956-57 1932 2014 1961 1982-83 1935-36 1962-63 1975-76-77 2013-14 1983-84 1982-83-84 1969-70 1950 1985 1982-83 2015 1942 1936-37 2014-15 1941 2014-15

football

HENDERSON, Howard 1971-72 HENDERSON, Kaelyn 2015 HENDERSON, Ray 1981-82-83-84 HENKEL, Richard 1975 HENLEY, Pearly 1938 HERBERT, Alex 2014 HERIN, Mickey 1960-61 HERNANDEZ,Todd 1985 HEWITT, Chuck 1978 HIATT, Brophy 2014 HICKS, Robert 1977-78-79-80 HIGGINS, Anthony 1984-85 HIGGINS, Carl 2003-05 HILL, Bobby 1971-72-73-74 HILL, Byron 1985 HILL, C.A. 1975-76-77 HINES,Will 2015 HITT, Joe 1974-75-76-77 HITT, Steve 1975-76 HOBBS, Steven 1985 HODE, Les 1948-49 HODGES, Rick 1985 HODGES, Terry 1966-67-68 HOECKER, Sam 1985 HOLBROOK, Chase 2004 HOLCOMB, Gary 1947-48-49-50 HOLDEN, James 1972 HOLLAND, Marvin 1961 HOLLIFIELD, Jerry 1963-64 HOLLOWAY, Carroll 1956 HOLLOWAY, Larry 1977 HOLLOWAY, Terry 1985 HONAKER, Greg 1964 HONEYCUTT,William 1956 HONORE, Steven 2007-08 HOOD, Prentiss 2011-12 HOOD, Robert 1941 HOOK, Robert 1940-41 HORNE, Danny 1965 HORNSBY, Mike 1973-74-75 HORNSBY, Ronnie 1967-68-69-70 HOVSEPIAN, Matthew 1976-77-78-79 HOWARD, Jeffrey 2003-04-05 HOWARD,Terrell 2004-05 HOZ, Chris 1984 HRAPMANN, Danny 2007 HUBERT, Cqulin 2012-13 HUDSON, Oscar 1937-38--39-40 HUDSON, Robert 1970-71 HUGGINS, Felton 2003-04-05 HUGHEN, Jerry 1966-67 HUGHES, Bill 1954 HUGHES, John 1972-73 HUGHES, Kevin 2007-08-09-10 HUGHES, Robert 1965-66-67-68 HULME, Mel 1963 HULSEY, Tommy 1971-72 HURD, Roy 1969-70 HUREN, Damien “Putt” 2004-05 HUSSER, Huey 1953-54-55-56 HUTCHINSON, Dan 1940-41 HUTSON, Oscar 1938-39-40 HYDE, Bill 1930-31 HYDE, Norman 1930 HYMEL, Jimmy 1967 HYMEL, Leslie 1967-68-69-70 IMBRAGUGLIO, Pete 1935-36 INGRAFFIA, Jake 2015 IRVIN, Ricky 2010-11 ISOM, Donovan 2015 IVERSTINE, John 1958 IVERSTINE, Russell 1966 JACKS, Buster 1982-83 JACKSON, Alton 1950 JACKSON, D.J. 2003 JACKSON, Eric 2005-06-07 JACKSON, Greg 1985 JACKSON, Jamaal 2004-05 JACKSON, Joseph 1980-81 JACKSON, Keen 1974-75-76-77 JACKSON, Ken 1974 JACKSON, Kendrick 2008-09

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1958 2014-15 1974-75-76 1961 2015 1971-72-73-74 2003 1985 1956 1946-48-50-51 2009 1962 1946-47-49 1976-77 2008-09-10 1965-66 2011-12 2013-14-15 1985 2005-06-07 1975-76-77-78 1941-42 1963-64 1957 1950-51-53 1958 1977 1959 1975-76 1951 1931 1978-79 1932 1959 1985 1975-76-77-78 1963 1976-77-78 1965-66-67-68 1930-31-32 2014 1983-84-85 2006-07 1972-73-74 1978-79 1969 1981 1951-52-53-54 1984-85 1935 1936 1959-60 1957-58-59-60 1977-78-79 1964-65 2003-04-05 1964 1976 1979-80 2003 2006-07-08 2009-10-11-12 1950-51-52-53 1950-51-53 1964 1947-48-50 1948 2015 1949-50-53 1976 1978-79 1958-59-60-61 1963 1962 1975-76-77-78 1940-41 1969-70-71-72 1955-56 1981 1969-70-71-72 1931-32 2011-12-13-14

MAMUSKA 1946 MANLEY, Charles 1940-41-42 MARACALIN, Julius 2015 MARCHANTEL, Alex 1956 MARCUM, Gary 1978-79-80-81 MARINO, Don 1953-54 MARINO, Gino 1970-71-72-73 MARMILLION, Merlin 1941-46 MARONGE, Keith 1974-75-76-77 MAROUN, Marvin 1939-40-41 MARSH, Bill 1956-57 MARSHALL, Bruce 1971-72 MARSHALL, Jim 1948-49 MARSHALL, Lee Ray 1982-83 MARTIN, Dan 1967 MARTIN, Henry 1983-84 MARTIN, Jacob 1960-61-62 MARTIN, Jay 1985 MARTIN , Charlie Mack 1951-52 MARTINDALE, Bob 1937-38 MASHBURN, Jack 1932 MASON, Jarod 2003-04 MASON, John 1976 MASON, Pat 1974-75 MASSEY, Jack Ray 1958 MASSEY,William 1957-58 MASSINGIL, Horace 1984 MATHERNE, Mat 1982 MATHEU, Junior 1967 MATSON, Mike 1979 MATTHEWS, Gwaine 1985 MAYEAUX, Donald 1981-82 MAYO, Romaliz 2003-04-05-06 McAULIFFE 1946 McBAIN,Tom 1946 McCABE, Patrick 1982-83 McCALL, James 1961-62-63 McCASKILL, Burnell 1975-76 McCHRISTION, Corlando 2005-06 McCLAY, Jordan 2009-10-11 McCOIN,Tommy 1949 McCORMICK, Bradney 1975-76 McCORMICK, Matt 2010-11-12-13 McCORMICK, Bruce 1980-81 McCREA,Tony 2010-12-13 McDANIEL, Aaron 2003 McDANIEL, Earnest 1951 McDANIEL, Ryan 2008 McDONALD, Joe 1958 McGAUGH, Homer 1946-47-49 McGEE, Billy 1961 McGEE, Birk 2003-04 McGEHEE, Ed 1948 McINTOSH, Richard 1947-49 McIVER, Bill 1959-60-61 McKAY, Greg 2003 McKAY, Jack 1947 McLAURIN, Hugh 1954-55-56 McMURRAY, Richard 1951-52-53 McMURRAY,Thomas 2003 McNEAL, Joe 1985 McSWAIN, Kenny 1976-77 McTOPY, Brian 1961 MEARES, Hurschel 1946-47-48-49 MEAUT, Louis 1979 MEERMAN, Joey 2008-10 MEGOWAN, Kristian 2015 MELANCON, Don 1955 MENEZES, Robert 1949-50-51 MEREDITH, Joel 1946-49 MERRITT, Keith 1978-79-80 METCALFE,Troy 2009-10-11 MEYERS, Donald 1976-77-78-79 MEYERS, Jeremy 2011-12-13-14 MICHAEL, Henry 1957-58-59 MIDDLEBROOK, Kenny 1966 MIDDLETON, Collin 2012 MIKA, Allen 1979-80-81-82 MILES, Brady 2008 MILLER, Art 1964-65-66-67 MILLER, Erik 1985 MILLER, Harlan 2012-13-14-15

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2009-10-11 2009-10 1982-83 2003 1962-63-64-65 1973-74-75-76 1965-66 1942-46-47 2011 1963-64 1940 1954 1957 1961 1962-63 1964-65-66 1961 1962 1977-78 1962 1973 1978 2007-08 2009-10 1972 1976-77-78 1948 1985 1967-68-69-70 1983 1970 1946-47 2010-11-12-13 1969-70-71 1984-85 2015 1946-47-48-49 1977 1981-82-83-84 1979-80-81-82 1975 1950-51-52-53 1978-79-80-81 1965 1973 1981 1979-80 2011-13 1976-78-79-80 2003 2013 1970 1936-37 1934-35 1960-61-62 1970-71-72-73 2008-09-10-11 1950-51 1959-60 1970-71-72-73 2003-04 1953-54-55-56 2006

PETERS, John 1976 PETERS,Warren 1979 PEVEY, Pete 1967-68-69 PHIFER,Terangi 2012-13-14 PICKLE, Dwight 1972-73-74-75 PIECZYNSKI, Stephen 2009-10 PIERCE, Jerren 2003-04-05-06 PIERCE, Otis 1970-71 PIERRE, Quinten 2008-09 PILAUD,Van 1963-64-66-67 PILGRIM, Joey 1977-78 PITTMAN, Charles 2004-05 PITTMAN, Kenny 1985 PLAIN, Kenny 1982-83 PLESCIA, Ray 1981-82 PLOAKER, Joe 1959 POCHE, Albert 1967-68-69 POE, Leslie "Butch" 1963-64-65 POLK, Hubert 1950-51-52-53 POOL, Robert 2006 POOLE, Hunter 1982-83-84 POPE, David 1963 PORTA, Colin 1973-74 PORTA, Mark 1974-75 PORTA, Ray 1953-54-55 PORTER, Mason 2010 POSEY, David 1970 POSTHUMA, Justin 2013 POUMAROUX, John 1975-76-77-78 POWELL, Chris 2003-04 POWELL, Henry "Tank" 1966-67 POWELL, Jan Clayton 1962-63 POWELL, Jordan 2007-08 POWELL, Marquis 2007-08 POWER 1948 PREJEAN, Johnnie 1966-67-68-69 PRESCOTT, Rex 1974 PRICE, Aaron 2014-15 PRICE, Alex 2007 PRINE, Robert 1970 PRITCHETT,Willie 2008 PUTT, Aylon 2005-07 RAIFORD,Tim 1967-68-69-70 RAKOCY, Reese 2004 RAMIREZ, Ryan 2015 RAMSEY, Laurence 2014 RANAGER, Clay 1983-84 RAND, Charles 1930-31 RATEAU, Jules 1967 RAUSCHENBACH,William 1963-64-66-67 RAWLINGS, Jeff 1976-77 RAYMOND, Bobby 1974-75-76-77 RAYMOND, Derrick 2014-15 REED, Aaron 2014-15 REED, Lee 1961 REES, Harrison 1946-47 REEVES, J.Walton 1930-31-32 REEVES, Kenneth 1972-73 REGO, Manny 1942-45 REISZ, Albert 1940-41-42 REMONDET, Casey 2003 REMONDET, Johnny 1972 RENTON, Ray 1967-68-69-70 REYNOLDS, Brian 2008-09 RHODES,Willie 1957-58-59-60 RICHARD, Bobby 1967 RICHARDS, Bob 1949 RICHARDS, Jack 1948-49-50-51 RICHARDSON, Antonio 2006-07 RICHARDSON, Kaylan 2015 RICHARDSON, Sonny 1936 RICHARDSON,Tim 2007-08-09-10 RICHOUX, Jeff 1979-80-81-82 RICKETTS, Bob 1956-57-59 RIDER, Charles 1941 RIGGINS, Anthony 1984-85 RIGDELL, Kenneth 1953-54-55 RIGMAIDEN, Robert 1979 RIGO, Andy 1949 RILEY, Bobby 1968-69-70-71 RILEY, Lee 1981 ROBBINS, James 1969

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ROBERSON, Raynard 1980-81 ROBERSON, Xavier 2012-13-14-15 ROBERTS, John 2011-12 ROBERTS, Kevin 2011-12 ROBERTSON, Brooks 1951-52 ROBICHAUX 1942 ROBICHAUX, Bob 1930 ROBIN, Duke 1962-63 ROBINS, Donald 1972 ROBINSON, Dereck 2012-13-14-15 ROBINSON, Joe 1958-60 ROBINSON,Terry 2003-04 ROBINSON,Thez 2003 ROCA, Robert 1968 RODGERS, Brian 2008-09 RODRIGUE, Perry 1958-59 RODRIGUEZ, John 1984-85 ROGER, Dallas 1941-42-46 ROGERS, Bruce 1984-85 ROGERS, George 1951-52-53 ROGERS, Juwaan 2012-13-14 ROGERS, Marquis 2005-06 ROGERSON, Rusty 1975 ROLLING, Mark 1971-72-73 ROMAGOSSA, Ronnie 1984-85 ROMANO, Leo 1975 ROMBOLI, Al 1946-47 ROMBOLI, Louis 1946-48 ROMERO,Taylor 2013-14-15 ROMERO,Travis 2013-15 ROPPOLO, Paul 2009-10-11-12 ROSATA, John 1968 ROSER, Charles 1941-42 ROSETTI, Clell 1968-69 ROSS, Byron 2003-04-06-07 ROUSE, Joey 1982-83 ROUSE, Randy 1981-82-83-84 ROUSSEAU, Darryl 1983-84-85 ROUSSEL, Brent 1962-63 ROUSSEL, David 1965-66 ROUSSEL, Jeff 1977-78 ROUX, Robert 1979 ROWLEY, Trevis 1984-85 ROWND, Schoffield 1931 RUNTE, Fred 1962 RUTLEDGE, Courtney 2014-15 RYAN, P.J. 1980-81 SAIA, Dana 1969-70 SAIA,Tommy 1974-75 SALLOUM, Marion 1952-53 SAMPLES, Cody 2007-08  SANCHEZ, Hagler 1936-37 SANCHEZ, Jim 1973 SANDERS, Anthony 1984-85 SANDERS, Denver 1930 SANDERS, Elmer 1930 SANDERS,Tom 1931-32 SANDOLPH, JQ 2014-15 SANTORA, Charles 1968-69-70-71 SAPP, Darryl 1981 SARAVELLA 1942 SAUCIER, Don 1955 SAURAGE,Val 1956 SAVARD, Mike 1982 SAVAVELLA, Fred 1942 SAVOIE, Clifton 1958 SAVOY, Sam 2005-06 SCALA, Morgan 2009 SCALES, James 2013 SCANLAN,Tommy 1964 SCARPATI, Robert 2011-12 SCATES, Robby 2003-04-05-06 SCHAFF 1942 SCHARWATH, Don 1966-67-68 SCHELL, Clay 1975-76 SCHEXNAYDER, Arnold 1975-76-77-78 SCHEXNAYDER, Les 1971 SCHEXNAYDRE, Carl 1960-61 SCHIEB, Jay 1981-82 SCHIEBER, Clinton 1972 SCHILLING, Danny 1964-65-66-67 SCHILLING, Larry 1964

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1930▲

Recorded history of football begins at Southeastern with R. Norval Garrett as the first head coach. The Lions play five games and compile a 2-3 record with wins over Amite and Independence High Schools. Southeastern, then known as Southeastern Louisiana College, shuts out Amite, 7-0, for its first victory.

R. Norval Garrett

First Southeastern Head Football Coach

1933

Southeastern puts together its first winning season with a 7-3 record under head coach A.L. “Red” Swanson. Swanson takes over the program following the opening season and leads the Lions for seven seasons (193137).

1936

Under Swanson, the Lions put together its first unbeaten season with an 8-0-1 record. The only blemish on the record is a scoreless tie against Pearl River Junior College. In that season, Southeastern outscores its opponents, 182-19, including six shutouts in eight games.

1938

Lloyd Stovall takes over the reins of the Southeastern program and serves in that capacity for three seasons compiling a 14-13-3 record.

E.L. “Ned” McGehee

Leads Lions to 9-0-0 record in 1946 - the first of two undefeated and untied seasons in school history

1946▲

After going through two coaches in two years during the 1941-42 campaigns and a three-year hiatus from football due to the advent of World War II, E.L. “Ned” McGehee takes over the program and promptly leads Southeastern to a perfect 9-0 season. Behind the play on the line of Southeastern All-American T.J. Campion along with All-Louisiana Intercollegiate Conference selections Pat Kenelly, John Mitchell, Angie Antonelli, Jerome Davis and Al Ramboli, the Lions grab their first Louisiana Intercollegiate Conference Championship. The title begins a string of successes for the Lions that includes seven conference championships over the next 15 years. Following the unbelievable regular-season, the Lions take part in the annual Burley Bowl, winning 21-13 over Milligan College in Johnson City, Tenn. It remains the only Bowl Game ever played by a Southeastern football team.

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Following the perfect season in 1946, Southeastern goes through a bit of a lull over the next four campaigns mustering a winning record just once -- a 6-4 mark in 1950 that included a 6-0 win at Auburn. In 1951, the most well-known coach in Lions’ football history takes over, and Stanley Galloway guides the team to more success than it had ever known. Galloway, who was a member of Southeastern’s 8-0-1 squad of 1936, roams the sidelines from 1951-64. In his extended stay as head football coach at Southeastern, the Lions finish as Gulf States Conference champions or co-champions six times (1952, 53, 54, 56, 60, 61). Galloway compiles an 8442-4 record and is 50-20-3 in the tough GSC. His success doesn't go unnoticed by his peers, as he was named the GSC's Coach of the Year four times and is the only Southeastern coach to be enshrined in the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame. As a player in the late 1930's, Galloway was a leader on the gridiron for Southeastern and was named to the University's Athletics Hall of Fame for 1939. He starred for the Lions from 1935-39. Galloway puts together a winning record in his first season going 7-3 and builds the foundation for the success to come.

1952

Galloway leads Lions to the first of six GSC Championships in 10 years at the helm as the team goes 6-1-2 with the only loss coming to Mississippi Southern (now Southern Miss), 20-12.

Stan Galloway 1953

Led Southeastern to six Gulf States Conference titles in 14 years as head coach

Coaching History 1930 1931-37 1938-40 1941 1942 1946-50 1951-64 1965-71 1972-73 1974-79 1980-85 1988 2003-04 2005-06 2006-11 2012-15

R. Norval Garrett A.L. “Red” Swanson Lloyd Stovall Jesse Fatheree Arthur “Slick” Morton E.L. “Ned” McGehee Stan Galloway Pat Kenelly Roland Dale Billy Brewer Oscar Lofton Wally English * Hal Mumme Dennis Roland Mike Lucas ** Ron Roberts

2-3-0 42-17-4 14-13-3 4-5-0 5-5-0 25-20-3 84-42-4 24-44-0 7-14-0 38-24-2 30-34-1 No Record 12-11-0 6-12-0 19-40-0 29-20-0

.400 .672 .517 .444 .500 .552 .662 .353 .333 .609 .477 .522 .333 .322 .592

* Hired as head coach for a potential return in 1990 ** Took over the final three games of the 2006 season and was appointed head coach after the season.

Longest Tenure (years) 1. 2. 4.

Stan Galloway Pat Kenelly A.L. “Red” Swanson Billy Brewer Oscar Lofton Mike Lucas

Most Games Coached 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Stan Galloway Pat Kenelly Oscar Lofton Billy Brewer A.L. “Red” Swanson

Most Wins 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Stan Galloway A.L. “Red” Swanson Billy Brewer Oscar Lofton Ron Roberts

Best Winning Percentage 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

A.L. “Red” Swanson Stan Galloway Billy Brewer Ron Roberts E.L. “Ned” McGehee

The Lions win the GSC championship for the second consecutive season with a 6-3 mark and set the table for what would rival the 1946 team as the most successful in Southeastern history.

1954▲ 14 7 7 6 6 6

130 68 65 64 63

84 42 38 30 29

.672 .662 .609 .592 .552

Fielding an improbable bunch of players, Galloway and All-American quarterback Ray “Coon” Porta lead the Lions to their second perfect season -- 9-0 -- and arguably the finest in Southeastern history. During that miraculous season, the Lions shutout their opponents in five of nine games and allowed only one opponent, Louisiana Tech, into double figures. Overall, Southeastern tallied 379 points while allowing opponents just 43. The team surrendered just one touchdown through its first six games and the 379 points scored would be a school record for the next half century until the 2004 squad scored 425.

1955

Despite an off season for the Lions with a 5-5 record, in their 10 games the Lions set school records for both a winning streak and losing streak in the same year. Dating back to the 1954 season and including the four wins to open the ‘55 campaign, the Lions win 13 straight contests. But from that point in the season, the Lions suffer significant injuries including losing starting quarterback Win Crawford and center Mack Barlow for the season. Southeastern finishes third in the GSC standings that year but also produces its third All-American in sure-handed wideout Huey Husser. Husser is named to the NAIA All-America squad and years later becomes a member of Southeastern’s Athletics Hall of Fame.

1956

Southeastern goes 6-3 en route to winning its third GSC title in four years. The Lions open the season with three straight shutouts but struggle during the meat of the season before winning their final two games -- over McNeese and Northwestern State -- to claim the crown.

1957-58

Southeastern has two losing seasons -- the only ones under Galloway -- going 2-6-1 in 1957 and 4-5 in 1958. C.J. Alexander is named All-American in 1958.

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The Lions begin the return to prominence going 5-4 including wins over Southwestern Louisiana, Northeast Louisiana and Northwestern State. Alexander is again named All-America and becomes the second two-time selection in Southeastern football history and was also named the GSC’s Most Valuable Player. Oscar Lofton, who would later serve as Lions’ head coach from 1980-85, along with Alexander, both sign professional contracts following the season. Lofton, who is voted the 1959 team captain, becomes a member of the Boston Patriots while Alexander, nicknamed “The Black Knight”, becomes a halfback with the Edmonton Eskimos in Canada.

1960▲

Mediocrity would never do for Galloway and the Lions are back on top of the GSC following the 1960 season. Southeastern rolls to its fifth title under the legendary coach going 9-1 with the only loss coming against Louisiana Tech as the Bulldogs win 17-14 to take away the third perfect season in Lions’ history. In the run, Southeastern records five shutouts and pulls off four major upsets. The team reaches as high as second in one poll and finishes fourth in the NAIA rankings. The Lions are awarded a bid to play in the Tangerine Bowl but the players decline the offer. Quarterback Elbert Harris is named a NAIA First Team All-American.

1961▲

Southeastern again nearly pulls off the perfect season but a loss to McNeese State in the second to last game of the year ends the Lions’ chances at perfection. Ranked in the top 10 of both the AP and UPI polls, the Lions reach as high as third in each and claim their sixth and final championship under Galloway. All-American halfback Billy Ladner is voted the top back in the GSC and breaks the single-season scoring record with 66 points. “Mr. Everywhere” Elbert Harris is drafted by both leagues and signs a professional contract with the Dallas Cowboys. Bill Johnson also is drafted and signs with the Buffalo Bills of the American Football League.

1962-64

The final three years of Galloway’s tenure as head coach are predictably solid as the team compiles a 16-10-1 record, but none of the remaining campaigns match the previous successes the Lions experience. In the span Southeastern garners 10 All-Conference selections. In 1964, Galloway’s final season, the Lions are 6-3 and close out the year with two straight wins. In 1964, Ellis Johnson is drafted in the third round by the Boston Patriots and is Southeastern’s highest selection at that time.

football Year-By-Year Record Year Overall Conference .Pct 1930 2-3-0 - .400 1931 2-2-2 - .500 1932 3-5-0 - .375 1933 7-3-0 - .700 1934 7-3-0 - .700 1935 7-2-0 - .778 1936 8-0-1 - .938 1937 8-2-1 - .773 1938 4-4-2 - .500 1939 7-3-0 - .500 1940 3-6-1 - .350 1941 4-5-0 - .444 1942 5-5-0 - .500 1943-45 No Team (World War II) 1946 9-0-0 - 1.000 1947 3-5-1 - .389 1948 3-6-1 0-4-0 .350 1949 4-5-1 1-2-1 .450 1950 6-4-0 1-2-0 .600 1951 7-3-0 5-0-0 .700 1952 6-1-2 3-0-2 .778 1953 6-3-0 5-1-0 .667 1954 9-0-0 6-0-0 1.000 1955 5-5-0 4-2-0 .500 1956 6-3-0 4-1-0 .667 1957 2-6-1 1-3-1 .278 1958 4-5-0 2-3-0 .444 1959 5-4-0 3-2-0 .556 1960 9-1-0 4-1-0 .900 1961 9-1-0 4-1-0 .900 1962 6-3-0 3-2-0 .667 1963 4-4-1 3-2-0 .500 1964 6-3-0 4-1-0 .667 1965 5-4-0 2-3-0 .556 1966 3-6-0 1-4-0 .333 1967 4-5-0 2-3-0 .444 1968 4-6-0 2-3-0 .400 1969 5-5-0 2-3-0 .500 1970 3-7-0 1-4-0 .300 1971 0-11-0 0-6-0 .000 1972 3-8-0 2-4-0 .273 1973 4-6-0 3-4-0 .400 1974 6-4-0 5-3-0 .600 1975 4-7-0 5-3-0 .364 1976 9-1-1 6-1-1 .864 1977 6-4-0 4-3-0 .600 1978 7-3-1 5-1-1 .682 1979 6-5-0 - .545 1980 * 8-2-0 - .800 1981 8-3-0 - .727 1982 4-7-0 - .364 1983 6-5-0 - .545 1984 2-8-1 0-4-1 .227 1985 2-9-0 1-4-0 .182 1986-2002 No Team 2003 5-7-0 - .417 2004 7-4-0 - .636 2005 4-6-0 2-4-0 .400 2006 2-9-0 1-5-0 .182 2007 3-8-0 2-5-0 .273 2008 5-7-0 2-5-0 .417 2009 6-5-0 4-3-0 .545 2010 2-9-0 1-6-0 .182 2011 3-8-0 1-6-0 .273 2012 5-6-0 5-2-0 .455 2013 11-3-0 7-0-0 .786 2014 9-4-0 7-1-0 .692 2015 4-7-0 3-6-0 .364 Totals 341-304-17 130-122-7 .528

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Elbert Harris

“Mr. Everywhere” helps Lions to sixth Gulf States title under Stan Galloway in 1961

It is a time of struggle for Southeastern football which manages only two winning seasons among 11 tries. Legendary baseball coach and former football All-American Pat Kenelly guides the team from 1965-71 and manages just one winning campaign - 5-4 in 1965 - but puts together some memorable moments. In 1966 Southeastern great Billy Andrews wraps up his career and is drafted in the 11th round by the Cleveland Browns. In 1967 the Lions struggle to a 4-5 record, but take down two future NFL Hall of Famers and Super Bowl quarterbacks as they knock off Roger Staubach’s Pensacola Navy squad and down Terry Bradshaw’s Louisiana Tech team in back-to-back weeks. Following an 0-11 season in 1971, Roland Dale is brought in as the new gridiron guru and holds the position for two seasons compiling a 7-14 record in the span. It was under Dale in 1970 that the Lions produce their first All-American since 1961 as linebacker Ronnie Hornsby blossomed as a senior. Hornsby is a first team Kodak and Associated Press All-American and following his final campaign is named permanent team captain and became the first person in Southeastern history to have his jersey - No. 35 -retired. He caps his stellar career by playing in the Senior Bowl where he serves as defensive co-captain and scores the South’s only touchdown on an interception return. It is also in 1970 that halfback Ted Glaser becomes the first Lion to surpass 1,000 rushing yards with 1,038 on 162 carries. In 1973 and 74, guard Alan Klein becomes the second of only three, two-time All-America selections for Southeastern. Billy Brewer takes over the program from Dale for the 1974 season and continues Southeastern Billy Brewer on the road to championship caliber football with a 6-4 Led Southeastern to a 38-24-2 record from 1974-79 record his first season.

1976

Ronnie Hornsby

All-America performer is selected to the Senior Bowl in 1970 and is the first Lions player to have his jersey (No. 35) retired

Following a sub-.500 season in 1975 (4-7), Brewer guides the Lions to their finest campaign since the 1961 season with a 9-1-1 mark led by All-GSC senior quarterback and team captain, Don Griffin. Don was awarded Offensive Player of the Year by the GSC completing 65 of 150 passes for 1,159 yards and rushing for 339 yards. Don finished his two-year career at SLU ranked second in school history in total offense – 2,761 yards and second in passing yardage, 2,193 yards. In addition, senior running back Horace Belton, who played little in the last six games of his senior campaign due to injury, finishes his brilliant career as the state of Louisiana’s all-time leading rusher with 3,222 yards. Belton breaks a record which had stood for nearly 30 years and that was set by Tulane’s Eddie Price (3,095) as he led the Green Wave from 1946-49. Belton breaks the record with 163 yards and two scores in an upset win over eventual conference champion Troy State. Belton, who is ranked second in school history and 13th in the state in career rushing, scores 202 points in his career. He also set then-Southeastern records for single-season yardage (1,168, 1975), rushing touchdowns(14, 1974) and points scored in a single-season with 90 (1974). Following his final campaign, Belton’s jersey - No. 37 - becomes the second Lion football jersey, along with Ronnie Hornsby’s, to be retired.

Horace Belton

Finished his career in 1976 as the leading rusher in the state of Louisiana with 3,222 yards

1977-79

Brewer coaches the Lions for three more seasons compiling winning records in each. Following a 6-4 mark in 1977, the Lions produce a 7-3-1 record the following year and field one of the top defensive units in the nation. The Southeastern defense ranks first nationally in scoring defense (7.8 ppg) and sets four new Gulf South Conference records. The Lions finish the season as the Division II leader in scoring defense allowing just 78 points. The team is second in total defense, fifth in rushing defense and 10th in pass defense, the only school in the nation to be listed in all four categories. En route to a second place finish in the conference, the Lions set four new GSC records: points allowed, scoring defense average, fewest rushing yards allowed and defensive rushing average. Following the season, Donald Dykes is drafted in the second round by the Jets while Calvin Favron goes in the third round to St. Louis. In 1979, near-misses erase the promise of what could be another unbelievable season in the Lion annals. In Brewer’s final season (he would take over the head coaching job at Louisiana Tech and would later coach at Ole Miss), Southeastern starts slowly out of the gate with a 1-4 record. Following that point, the Lions re-dedicate themselves and as a symbol of this dedication, members of the team shave their heads. Suddenly bald heads begin showing up all over campus and the team goes on to win five of its last six games to finish at 6-5. Offensive lineman Lyle Walker inks a contract with the Dallas Cowboys.

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1980

Oscar Lofton, a former Lion All-Conference selection, three-sport letterwinner and professional player, takes over the program from Brewer and posts an 8-2 record in his first campaign. It is a successful jump for Southeastern which made the move to Division IAA for the 1980 season. The Lions open the year with a win at Boise State. Homecoming week is special as Southeastern roars to a 47-6 win over Texas Southern and ties a national record as three Lions -- Mack Boatner, Kendall Denmark, and Charlie Thomas -- each rush for over 100 yards. Five different players score touchdowns in the game for the Lions. In a 59-13 victory over Delta State, Boatner sets a new single-game school-record as he gallops for 275 yards in the Lions’ home finale.

1981

Lofton is named the Louisiana Coach of the Year after leading his squad to an 8-3 record. The Lions open the season with wins over Texas Southern and Southwestern Louisiana (now Louisiana-Lafayette), before losing two of their next three games. After escaping with close wins over Troy State and Tennessee-Martin, the Lions stage one of the most dramatic comebacks in school history with a 50-47 win over in-state rival Northeast Louisiana. In that game, played at Strawberry Stadium, the Lions trail 40-21 with 11:34 remaining in the game before rallying behind the arm of quarterback Robbie Mahfouz. Mahfouz, who set single-season passing records with 1,707 yards and 12 touchdown passes, throws touchdown passes of 28 and 17 yards to David Patterson and hits Todd Jones from 29 yards in a 29-point fourth quarter. Mack Boatner, who rushes for 114 yards with Jerry Butler adding 106 on the ground, scores the game-winning touchdown on a one-yard plunge with 1:32 left. Mahfouz finishes the game completing 16 of 28 passes for 298 yards and five touchdowns. Mack Boatner is drafted in the ninth round of the NFL Draft by the Miami Dolphins. Tight end Leslie Jackson signs with the Miami Dolphins, defensive back Ormando Whitlock signs with the Denver Broncos and defensive end Glenn Ferrill signs with the Dallas Cowboys.

The Big “O”

Former Lion great Oscar Lofton returns to the sidelines in 1980 and guides Southeastern into Division I with a 17-13 win at eventual I-AA national champion Boise State

1982

After a solid 2-0 start which saw Southeastern ranked in the opening Division I-AA polls, consecutive losses to Stephen F. Austin and Southwest Texas starts a roller-coaster ride for the remainder of the season. Southeastern manages to string together two more wins but a team made up mostly of underclassmen, drops their last five games to finish with a 4-7 record.

1983

Southeastern starts 0-and-2 out of the gate but rights the ship to win five straight during the middle of the season to finish with a 6-5 record. Punter Bret Wright is named a first team Kodak All-American and a second team Associated Press All-American and still holds the state record for punting average in a single game going for a 53.6 average in a 54-28 win over Central Florida. He is also listed third in the state records with a career average of 42.2 per punt. The Lions upset nationally-ranked Jackson State, 9-7, after narrowly missing an upset against Northeast Louisiana the week before, losing 16-13. Wright is selected in the eighth round of the NFL Draft by the New York Jets.

1984

In its first season of membership in the Gulf Star Conference, Southeastern manages only a 2-8-1 record as turnovers plague the team. The record can’t, however, overshadow the individual performance of running back Jerry Butler who become just the third Lion to rush for over 1,000 yards in a single season with 1,092. He also eclipses Horace Belton’s career yardage mark compiling 3,232, a mere 10 yards more than Belton. Also that year, noseguard Willie Shepherd earns Associated Press Second Team All-America notice.

Willie Shepherd

A two-time All-American, Shepherd earns first-team KODAK honors as a defensive lineman in 1985 and eventually signs with the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys

1985

Southeastern’s final year of football prior to the program being discontinued. The Lions struggle to a 2-9 mark. As a highlight, the Lions manage to win their first-ever Gulf Star Conference game with a 20-14 victory over Northwestern State in the second to last game of the year. In what was to become the Lion’s final game for the next 18 years, Kervin Fontenette returns an interception 100 yards for a touchdown to give Southeastern the lead but Nicholls State roars back in the final minutes to steal a 21-17 win. Willie Shepherd earns All-America status for the second year, and is named to the Kodak All-America First Team and also garners honorable mention AP honors along with defensive back Tim Whaley.

2001

Southeastern President Sally Clausen announces an extension to the already successful Campaign for Excellence which will focus on athletics. Involved in the plan to raise $5 million, is the re-instatement of a football program at Southeastern.

2002

Southeastern President, Randy Moffett, who served as provost under Clausen, and athletics director Frank Pergolizzi announce on May 21 the success of the campaign and that the Lions will resume playing football as a Division I-AA Independent for the 2003 season after a hiatus of nearly 18 years.

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Woody Widenhofer and Hal Mumme

Hal Mumme, formerly at Kentucky, is named head coach at Southeastern in 2002 and hires Woody Widenhofer, the architect of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ “Steel Curtain” defense, as the Lions’ defensive coordinator. The duo leads Southeastern to a two-year record of 12-11

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Lion football restarts at Southeastern with Hal Mumme, formally at Kentucky, as the head coach. Mumme names Woody Widenhofer, one of the architects of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ Steel Curtain defense in the 1970s, as defensive coordinator. The team finishes with a 5-7 record: the sixth-best record among start-up Division I programs since 1980. Forty-six school and/or national records are broken with freshman quarterback Martin Hankins setting 21 new standards. Before a packed house on a rainy night, Southeastern opens its first season in 18 years rallying to defeat Arkansas-Monticello, 22-17, as Hankins hits Choni Francis with a 22-yard scoring pass with 6:49 remaining in the game. Brett Beard, who finishes his career at Southeastern after playing three years at Vanderbilt under Widenhofer, is selected to play in the Hula Bowl.

2004

Southeastern notches its first winning season since returning football with a 7-4 record. The Lions lead the nation in total offense. Hankins, wide receiver Felton Huggins and tackle Kenard White each earn all-America honors. The Lions stun sixth-ranked McNeese State in Lake Charles, 51-17, before a regionally-televised audience and briefly earn their first top-25 national ranking since their return. Hankins, who threw for a school-record 4,240 yards with 35 touchdowns, finishes seventh overall in voting for the Walter Payton Award, awarded to the top offensive player in I-AA. In late December, Mumme accepts the head coaching position at Division I-A New Mexico State.

Beard Goes To Hula Bowl

Brett Beard (92), who played for Woody Widenhofer at Vanderbilt, transferred to play his final season as a collegian for the Lions in 2003 and was selected to play in the 2004 Hula Bowl.

2005

On January 18, Southeastern announces that Dennis Roland, a former assistant under Mumme in 2003, will take over as the 14th head football coach in school history. The Lions have their season shortened to 10 games after the season-opener against Jacksonville was cancelled due to Hurricane Katrina. The Alcorn State game, scheduled for Sept. 8, is pushed back two days later and the Lions eventually get underway with a 48-21 victory. Southeastern finishes its first season as a member of the Southland Conference with a 4-6 overall record and are 2-4 in league play.

2006

Southeastern 51, McNeese State 17

Playing in just its 14th game since returning football the previous season, Southeastern ventures to face then No. 6-ranked McNeese State in a regionally-televised game on Sept. 11, 2004. The Lions trailed 14-9 midway through the second quarter before taking a 16-14 lead at halftime and never letting off the throttle in the second half as it outscored the Cowboys, 35-3. Ray Perkins (above) rushed for 110 yards as Southeastern piled up 595 yards total offense against the three-time defending Southland champions. The win also vaults Southeastern into the national rankings for the first time as it was ranked No. 25 by the Sports Network in the Sept. 13 poll.

Playing a rugged non-conference schedule that includes I-A bowl participants Southern Miss and Texas Tech, the Lions finish with a 2-9 record. After the season opener at New Mexico State, head coach Dennis Roland misses the next three games with an infection and eventually takes a leave of absence on Oct. 24. Mike Lucas is named interim coach for the remaining three games before being named the Lions 15th head coach on Dec. 14. Nine players earn All-Southland Conference honors, including first-team center Donald Usry.

2007

Southeastern, which finishes with a 3-8 mark in Mike Lucas’ first full season, starts the year 0-2 with games at FBS opponents New Mexico State and eventual Orange Bowl champion Kansas, who would finish No. 2 in the final national polls. The Lions open their home schedule scoring a school-record 79 points against Division II Kentucky Wesleyan. Jay Lucas sets the single-season rushing record with 1,239 yards and is a first-team AllSouthland Conference selection. Jeff Turner is named honorable mention All-America by the Sports Network after making 28 of 29 extra point attempts and 17 of 20 field goals. Turner sets a school, and Southland Conference single-game record with six field goals against Texas State. Freshman Mark Newbill finishes third in the Southland Conference in tackles. Southeastern closes out the season with a 17-13 win over arch-rival Nicholls State, defeating the Colonels for the first time since 1980 and claiming the River Bell in the process.

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The Lions finish 5-7 overall - their best record since 2004. Junior defensive back Tommy Connors is named All-America by both the Associated Press and the Sports Network. Southeastern places 10 players on the All-Southland Conference team with Simmie Yarborough selected as the league’s Freshman of the Year. Head coach Mike Lucas is forced on Oct. 15 to miss the final six games of the season for a heart valve procedure and offensive coordinator Tommy Condell is named acting head coach. The Lions defeat Northwestern State, 26-21, in Condell’s first game as acting coach and rallies for a 30-27 overtime win at Sam Houston State - its first SLC road win since 2005.

2009

Southeastern posts a 6-5 record, marking its first winning season since 2004. The Lions turn in their best performance in Southland Conference play, finishing 4-3 The Comeback, Part II overall and competing for the league championship until Trailing, 44-20, in the fourth quarter, Southeastern forces the final two weeks of the season. Southeastern rallies overtime and defeats Texas State in overtime for its first-ever victory over the Bobcats in 13 tries. The 24-point fourth-quarter from a 24-point, fourth-quarter deficit to force overtime comeback is also the biggest in school history, eclipsing the previ- and defeat Texas State, 51-50. The Lions open league ous record (19) set in Southeastern’s 50-47 win over Northeast play with a 4-1 record with their lone blemish a 36-35 Louisiana (now Louisiana-Monroe) in 1981. last second setback at McNeese State. Southeastern posts a 27-0 victory at Northwestern State - the Lions’ first win in Natchitoches since 1976 and their first shutout since a 28-0 win over Western Kentucky in 1984. Playing without quarterback Brian Babin and receiver Simmie Yarborough, Southeastern rallies behind backup quarterback Tyler Beatty and edges No. 12 Central Arkansas, 25-21. Mark Newbill and Re’Keem Wilson are named first-team All-Southland Conference. Mike Lucas is named the Coach-of-the-Year by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association.

The River Bell Comes Back To Hammond

Brent Blazevich (64) takes a look at the River Bell that is hoisted by teammate Chad Tedder (75) after the Lions’ 17-13 win over arch-rival Nicholls State in the 2007 finale. The win marked Southeastern’s first win over the Colonels over an eight-game span since 1980.

2010-11

With a veteran team returning and picked by many to finish in the upper half of the Southland Conference, Southeastern stumbles out of the gate and finishes with a disappointing 2-9 record in 2010 that includes six losses by a combined 20 points. The Lions defeat UT Martin in their home opener, 24-10, and post an impressive 49-24 win over No. 15 Texas State in Strawberry Stadium. Eight players are named to the AllSouthland Conference team. Mark Newbill concludes his career as the first player to record 400 tackles and Tommy Connors finishes third in school history with 355. Simmie Yarborough catches three touchdown passes against Texas State to pass Felton Huggins as the school’s all-time leader in TD receptions and later in the season passes Huggins as the Lions’ all-time leader in receptions. The Lions field a youthful team in 2011 and finish with a 3-8 record. Yarborough finishes a brilliant four-year career as the all-time leading receiver in Southland Conference history with 229 receptions. Yarborough, Brandon Collins and Kory Theodore all finish with at least 60 receptions for the Lions with Yarborough named first-team All-Southland Conference. Redshirt freshman Jordan Wells sets a school and Southland Conference single-season record with 1,383 yards in kickoff returns and is named the league’s Freshman of the Year while finishing 10th overall for the Jerry Rice Award, given to the top freshman at the FCS level by The Sports Network. The Lions end the season on Nov. 17 with a 31-14 win over Nicholls State to claim the River Bell for the first time in four years, but head coach Mike Lucas is relieved of his coaching duties four days later. Ron Roberts, who posted a 47-16 record in five seasons at Division II Delta State, is named the 16th head coach in Southeastern history on Dec. 19.

Simmie Yarborough

Yarborough’s first collegiate catch - a 14-yard TD pass in the 2008 season opener at Alcorn State - was a sign of what was to come. The Brookhaven, Miss.-native and four-year letterwinner finished as the school’s all-time leader in receptions (229), yards (2,780) and TD receptions (30).

2012

Southeastern opens the first season under new coach Ron Roberts with losses to Missouri, South Dakota State and UT Martin before a dramatic fourth-quarter comeback at home against No. 17 McNeese State sets the tone for the rest of the season. Trailing 24-17 late in the fourth quarter, Southeastern converts on a pair of third-and-long situations and twice on fourth down to cap an 11-play drive and earn a 25-24 victory over the Cowboys. The Lions reel off three straight Southland Conference victories before ending the season with league wins over Stephen F. Austin and Nicholls State to finish 5-6 overall and 5-2 in conference play. The five league wins are the most by the Lions since going 5-1-1 in 1978. The Lions earn their first-ever season sweep of their in-state conference rivals - McNeese State, Northwestern State and Nicholls State. Defensive back Robert Alford caps a storied career as he earns All-America honors from the Sports Network and Associated Press and is named the FCS National Defensive Player of the Year by Collegiate Sports Journal. Alford becomes the second Southeastern player to compete in the Senior Bowl and is drafted in the second round (No. 60 overall) by the Atlanta Falcons in the 2013 NFL Draft. Quarterback Nathan Stanley (Casino del Sol, East-West Shrine Game) and linebacker Devan Walker (Texas vs. Nation All-Star Game) compete in collegiate all-star games.

Tommy Connors

Earns All-America honors by the Associated Press and the Sports Network after the 2008 season.

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After transferring from Oregon, Bryan Bennett helped turn the Lions into an explosive offense in his two seasons in Hammond. The Southland Player, the Louisiana Offensive Player and Newcomer of the Year in 2013 and 2014 SLC Offensive Player of the Year is the school;’s career leader in rushing TD’s

2013 ▲

In Roberts’ second year, the Lions storm on to the national scene. Southeastern finishes No. 6 in both the Sports Network and FCS Coaches’ final polls after setting a new single-season school record for victories, finishing 11-3 overall and winning its first conference championship since 1961 with a 7-0 league mark. The Lions roll off a 10-game winning streak and earn the No. 4 national seed in the program’s first-ever trip to the NCAA Football Subdivision playoffs. Roberts is named Coach of the Year by the Southland Conference, the Louisiana Sports Writers Association and AFCA Region 5. In his first year after transferring from Oregon, junior quarterback Bryan Bennett is named the Southland Conference Player of the Year, as well as the Louisiana Offensive Player and Newcomer of the Year. The Granada Hills, Calif. native throws for 3,165 yards and 21 touchdowns, while also leading the team with 1,046 rushing yards and a single-season school record 16 rushing touchdowns. The Lions leads the Southland in scoring defense behind league Defensive Player of the Year Cqulin Hubert and first team All-Southland defensive back Harlan Miller. On special teams, senior place-kicker Seth Sebastian becomes the school’s single-season and career record holder in points scored, earning multiple All-America nods and College Football Performance Awards Place-Kicker of the Year. Sophomore Xavier Roberson leads the nation with 35.2 yards per kickoff return and three kickoff return touchdowns, setting new single-season school and conference records. The Atlanta product is a consensus All-America choice and named the CFPA Kick Returner of the Year. After a 1-2 start, Southeastern builds momentum heading into Southland Conference play. The Lions make their first splash on the national stage with a dominant 41-7 victory on Nov. 2 at then-No. 4 McNeese State and follow the next week with a 58-31 triumph at No. 24 Central Arkansas. Southeastern then clinches a share of the league title with a 34-21 victory over two-time defending national runner up and No. 4 Sam Houston State. In the River Bell Classic, Southeastern closes out a perfect run through league play with a 52-27 victory over Nicholls State. After a first-round bye, Southeastern welcomes SHSU to Strawberry Stadium for a rematch in the second round of the FCS playoffs. The Lions bounce back from an early 14-0 deficit to take a halftime lead. However, the Bearkats rally and hold a 29-24 lead when Southeastern takes over at its own 15-yard line with less than two minutes remaining and no timeouts left. Bennett is a perfect 6-for-6 on what is dubbed, “The Drive to Stay Alive”. The Lion signal caller finds sophomore Jeff Smiley to cap the six-play, 85-yard march that took 49 seconds off the clock and gives SLU a dramatic 30-29 victory in its first-ever playoff contest. Southeastern hosts its second playoff game the following week as New Hampshire makes the trek to Hammond, America. The Lions fall just short, as UNH scores a touchdown in the final minute to earn a 20-17 victory and a berth in the FCS semifinals. Bennett provides fans with one last unforgettable moment in the season finale, as he scrambles away from the New Hampshire rush and finds Marquis Fruge’ in the back corner of the end zone. The Bennett play is selected as the No. 1 play on ESPN Sportscenter’s Top Plays of the Day.

Xavier Roberson

Roberson was a consensus All-America selection and CFPA Kick Returner of the Year in 2013. He led the nation with 35.2 yards per kickoff return and three kickoff return touchdowns - which were both new Southland and school single-season records.

2014-15

The Lions repeated as Southland Conference champions, sharing the title with Sam Houston State. Behind Southland Conference Offensive Player of the Year Bryan Bennett, as well as All-Americans Isiah Corbett, Harlan Miller and Xavier Roberson, SLU finished 9-4 overall and 7-1 in Southland Conference play. Southeastern started 4-0 in league play, extending its Southland win streak to 14 games before Stephen F. Austin defeated the Lions, 27-17, on Oct. 25. One win streak that the Lions were able to extend was their one against in-state Southland opponents. For the third straight year, Southeastern swept through McNeese State, Northwestern State and Nicholls. The Lions finished the 2014 season having won its last 10 games versus Southland Conference schools from Louisiana. Southeastern advanced to the NCAA FCS Playoffs for the second straight season. The Lions lost, 21-17, in the first round versus Sam Houston State on Nov. 29 in Huntsville, Texas. In 2015, injuries ruined the Lions’ chances for a three-peat, as SLU finished 4-7 overall and 3-6 in Southaand Conference play. Senior defensive back Harlan Miller was an All-America selection by Associated Press and STATS. Miller would earn an invite to the Senior Bowl and was drafted in the sixth round of the NFL Draft by the Arizona Cardinals.

Cqulin Hubert

The 2013 Southland Conference Defensive Player of the Year earns All-America honors from AFCA, College Sports Journal and the Sports Network.

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◄The Real Roomie

Southeastern Fight Song

Hollis “Roomie” Wilson, for whom the Southeastern Lions mascot is named, played football at Southeastern from 1935 to 1938. He was known as the 60-minute iron man as he was a standout among the many players who, during that time, played on both sides of the ball. Following his football career he joined the faculty at Southeastern as a biology professor and was also a well-known and highly-respected football official following his playing days and continued to be an ardent supporter of Southeastern Athletics.

Cheer On The Green And Gold of S-L-U Cheer Our Team On To Victory. We’ve Got To Play This Game To Win The Day, We’ve Got To Play Hard, Get In There And Make It Pay. Its Time To Fight On To A Victory; Stand Up And Roar With All Your Might GO! GO! Lions, GO! Get Out And Fight! Fight! Fight! Hey!!!

Southeastern Alma Mater We hail thee now Southeastern For thee we’ll always stand; Thy eager sons and daughters Form one united band. We’ll sing thy praises ever From sea to shining sea, And love thee Alma Mater Through all eternity.

The Origin of “Roomie”

The name of Southeastern’s mascot - believe it or not - was initially Lobo and was selected by a panel of judges in 1964. As you can imagine, the name Lobo (spanish for wolf) failed to gain popularity and shortly thereafter was changed. The SLU mascot was renamed to honor a noted figure in the sports world, Hollis “Roomie” Wilson (above), a former Southeastern athlete and faculty member, well known throughout the nation as one of the top football officials.

RUTH SMITH -arr: Ralph R. Pottle

The Spirit of the Southland Marching Band

The “Spirit of the Southland” Marching Band made its return to Strawberry Stadium in the fall semester of 2004. Playing high energy arrangements and performing innovative drill designs, the band has established itself as the center of spirit and pride at all Lion home games and game day events. The band features a traditional and spirited pre-game show that is now a tradition at Southeastern. The staff at Southeastern combines university, drum corps, and secondary school teaching experience and is able to offer every student, regardless of experience, an opportunity to grow and learn in a relaxing musical environment. Many of our staff members work closely with local and regional high schools during their summer camps and are in demand throughout the Southeast as clinicians.

Spirit Groups

The Southeastern Cheerleaders (right) and Lionettes (below) are an integral part of the athletic atmosphere and provide the athletes and fans alike with a boost through their enthusiasm and spirit. But their work doesn’t end when the game is over as both groups are active in university and community projects.

The Victory Bell▲

The Victory Bell rings out after each Green and Gold score - touchdown, field goal, extra point or safety - to announce that Southeastern is on the board. The locomotive bell, which is painted gold and mounted on a green trailer, was given to the University by Bill Witbeck, a local railroad buff, in 1958. Prior to 1985, it was manned at each home game by the Southeastern cheerleaders and has been manned by members of the Lion athletic staff since football was re-instated.

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Retired Numbers Ronnie Hornsby made an immediate impact at Southeastern after an outstanding prep career in which he led the State in rushing yardage his senior season at Greensburg High School. As a four-year starter at linebacker for the Lions, Hornsby was a three-time, all-Gulf States Conference selection, honored in 1968, 1969 and 1970 and was the outstanding lineman in the conference in 1969. He finished his career with seven interceptions and was the leading tackler on the squad each year. He earned all-America honors following his senior season of 1970 and participated in the North-South game scoring the South’s only touchdown on an interception return. Hornsby was inducted into the Southeastern Athletics Hall of Fame in 1974.

Ronnie Hornsby

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Horace Belton, who played little in the last six games of his senior campaign due to injury, finished a brilliant career in 1976 as the state of Louisiana’s all-time leading rusher with 3,222 yards. Belton, who remains ranked second in Southeastern history and 13th in the state, also scored 202 points in his career that set a Southeastern standard. A native of Baton Rouge and former Scotlandville High product, Belton also set Southeastern records for single-season yardage (1,168, 1975), rushing TDs (14, 1974) and points scored in a single-season with 90 (1974). He was inducted into the Southeastern Athletics Hall of Fame in 2003.

Horace Belton

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Perfect Season - 1946 (9-0-0) Returning to the gridiron for the first time since World War II, the 1946 team turned in Southeastern’s first perfect season recording a 9-0 record and the school’s first of seven conference championships. Under the direction of head coach and administrator E.L. “Ned” McGehee (right), the team rolled to a perfect season which included five shut out victories, road wins at Louisiana Tech and Mississippi Southern (now Southern Miss), and one of the largest margins of victory in Lions’ history with a 61-6 win over the Merchant Marines. After its win over Mississippi Southern, the Lions earned a berth in the Burley Bowl in Johnson City, Tenn., where they posted a 21-13 victory over Milligan (Tenn.) College. Five players, including Southeastern Hall of Fame inductees Pat Kenelly, Jerome Davis and Angie Antonelli, earn All-Louisiana Intercollegiate Conference honors while T.J. Campion earns All-America honors for the second time.

1946 Results Opponent Louisiana College Southwestern Louisiana Merchant Marines Northwestern Louisiana (HC) Mississippi College Louisiana Tech Alabama State (Jacksonville State) Mississippi Southern Milligan College (Burley Bowl)

Result Score Site W 18-0 Hammond W 27-13 Hammond W 61-6 Hammond W 13-0 Hammond W 14-0 Clinton Miss. W 22-14 Ruston, La. W 40-0 Hammond W 20-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. W 21-13 Johnson City, Tenn.

◄ - Head coach E.L. “Ned” McGehee

1946 Roster Angie Antonelli O.A. Bankston Robert Barnhill Al Bertaut Folse Bertaut Jack Blalock Joe Blanchard Jack Brunet Carl Buras T.J. Campion Sam Conerly Jack Core Talmadge Core Jerome Davis Stanley Dennis Brisco Dugas Marion Geter Audis Gill David Graves William Jackson Pat Kenelly John Knight Joe Lato

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Milton Lavigne Tommy McCoin Homer McGaugh Hurschel Mears Joel Meredity John Mitchell Charles Modenback James Odom Al Pardue Billy Ray Parnell Harrison Rees Dallas Rogers Al Romboli Louis Romboli Wayne Seal Gene Simmons Vernon Stockwell Robert Sykes Jim Tomm Virgil Underwood Hollis Webb Marion Wolf Asa Wyman


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Perfect Season - 1954 (9-0-0) As a member of the Gulf States Conference, the Lions claimed the second and last perfect season in Southeastern history in 1954. Southeastern opened the season with three straight shut out wins and went on to outscore its opponents 379-43 which included a 62-0 win over Stetson University.

The 1954 Roster

No. Name Pos. 15 Jerry Kurtz QB 16 Ray Porta QB 17 Ken Ridgedell QB 18 Winston Crawford QB 20 Larry Troxler HB 21 Justin Fernandez HB 23 R.C. Thomas HB 25 Louis Carlisle HB 31 Mickey Catalanotto FB 32 Tommy Bell FB 34 R.E. Thomas FB 41 Frank Bourgeois HB 42 Don Marino HB 43 Wayne Strickland HB 44 Arlen Blackwell HB 50 John Andre C 51 Mack Barlow C 53 Bill Hughes C 60 Titus Johnston G

Cl. Ht. Wt. Ltrs. Hometown So. 5-8 155 0 Thibodaux, La. Sr. 5-10 155 1 Baton Rouge, La. So. 5-9 173 0 Bogalusa, La. Fr. 6-0 190 0 Magnolia, Miss. Sr. 5-7 150 1 Hahnville, La. So. 5-9 170 1 Baton Rouge, La. Fr. 6-0 185 0 Magnolia, Miss. Sr. 5-10 170 1 McComb, Miss. Jr. 5-9 190 0 Amite, La. So. 5-11 190 1 Baton Rouge, La. Fr. 6-1 190 0 Magnolia, Miss. Fr. 6-0 180 0 Gonzales, La. Sr. 5-6 160 1 Southbridge, Miss. Jr. 5-8 155 0 Paris, Texas Jr. 5-10 170 1 Kentwood, La. Fr. 6-2 200 0 Baton Rouge, La. Fr. 6-2 200 0 New Orleans, La. Fr. 6-0 200 0 New Orleans, La. Sr. 5-8 175 3 Bogalusa, La.

1954 Results Date 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20

Opponent Northeast Louisiana * Southwestern Louisiana * Louisiana College * Mississippi Southern Arkansas State Stetson University Louisiana Tech * McNeese State * Northwestern State *

* - Gulf States Conference game

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Roy Mouras Hugh McLaurin Dan Fournet Wayne Bond Noel Suarez Sherard Fabacher Ken Bailey Jack Schwommer Billy Swain Blase Shambra Murray Burleigh Hugh Oliver Pete Fabacher Don Peroyea Gerald Stone Tony Misita Roderick Vizant Gerald Lacour Hugh Fanguy Huey Husser Sal Locascio Denver Wallace

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

◄ - Head coach Stan Galloway

5-9 185 5-11 190 5-11 190 6-1 185 5-9 185 5-10 215 5-9 170 5-11 200 6-0 190 6-2 215 5-9 225 6-2 230 5-11 220 6-3 205 6-4 225 6-1 177 5-11 185 6-1 200 6-4 185 6-3 183 5-11 170 6-2 188

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New Orleans, La. Baton Rouge, La. Bogalusa, La. Bogalusa, La. Arabi, La. Baton Rouge, La. Bogalusa, La. Metairie, La. Kenner, La. Opelousas, La. Gretna, La. Natchez, Miss. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. Bogalusa, La. Amite, La. Eunice, La. New Orleans, La. Houma, La. Ponchatoula, La. Hammond, La. Krotz Springs, La.

Result Score Site W 58-0 Hammond W 32-0 Lafayette W 46-0 Hammond W 13-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. W 51-0 Jonesboro, Ark. W 62-0 DeLand, Fla. W 35-24 Hammond W 50-6 Hammond W 32-6 Hammond

▲The Year The Lions Were King

Forty years after the Lions’ magical 1954 season, veteran sportswriter Marty Mule’ of the New Orleans Times Picayune wrote a feature story that appeared in the Sunday edition on Aug. 21, 1994.

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Southeastern 22, Arkansas-Monticello 17 - 8.30.2003

F

ittingly, Southeastern Louisiana began its first football game the way it ended its last football game some 18 years ago ... in the rain. The Lions, who were playing their first game since 1985, had to overcome a 24-minute lightning delay and a sluggish start, but in the end, the Lion faithful were not disappointed. Martin Hankins' 22-yard touchdown pass to Choni Francis with 6:29 remaining lifted the Lions to a 22-17 victory over Arkansas-Monticello in front of an overflow crowd of 9,708 at Strawberry Stadium. Southeastern played its first game since November 23, 1985, a 20-14, rain-soaked loss to Nicholls State. Eight weeks after that game, the program was disbanded for what would be 17 seasons due to budget constraints. But after a $5 million fund raising drive and the hiring of two former Southeastern Conference head coaches in Lion head coach Hal Mumme and defensive coordinator Woody Widenhofer, the Lion faithful counted down the days until this night would come. Trailing 17-16 with just under seven minutes remaining, the Lions caught a break when a low snap from center on a Boll Weevil punt attempt was recovered by Brad Bennett at the UAM 22. Hankins, a true freshman who was 29-of-47 for 213 yards with no interceptions, took advantage of the Boll Weevil miscue on the first offensive play, finding Francis in the right corner of the end zone. The Boll Weevils had a chance to win the game as it reached the SLU 35 with just over two minutes remaining, but Cory Allred was sacked and forced to fumble by Derrick Mincey. Allred picked

Arkansas-Monticello 10 0 0 6 -- 17 Southeastern Louisiana 0 9 7 6 -- 22 RUSHING FIRST QUARTER UAM - Craig Reed 12-49; Cory Allred 13-17;Team 1-miUAM - FG Baker 27, 8:54 nus 28. SLU - Ray Perkins 15-42; Choni Francis 1-4; Scott Goldberg 1-2;Team 1-minus 4; Martin Hankins 5-minus 14. UAM - Brown 16 pass from Allred (Baker kick), 1:18 PASSING SECOND QUARTER UAM - Cory Allred 16-31-0-250; Brian Pope 3-10-1-31. SLU - FG Crockett 47, 11:04 SLU - Martin Hankins 29-48-0-213; Brian Sheppard SLU - FG Crockett 31, 2:30 1-1-0-13. SLU - FG Crockett 28, :23 RECEIVING UAM - Devon Stewart 8-131; Rod. Montgomery 5-79; THIRD QUARTER SLU - Russell 29 interception return (Crockett kick), 7:41 Shamar Brown 2-33;Tyrone Bennett 2-26; Craig Reed 2-12. SLU - Josh Taylor 10-97; Brian Sheppard 4-39; Ray Perkins 4-10; Choni Francis 3-43; Jeffrey Howard 3-5;Trey FOURTH QUARTER Willie 1-13; Robby Scates 1-13; Jeff Guidugli 1-7; Jerren UAM - Stewart 15 pass from Allred (Baker kick), 8:45 Pierce 1-5; Brooks Jordan 1-minus 2; Scott Goldberg SLU - Francis 22 pass from Hankins (run failed), 6:29 1-minus 4. up the ball, but he was called for intentional grounding at his own 35, allowing the Lions to take over and run out the clock. Josh Taylor led the Lions with 10 receptions for 97 yards, as 11 different receivers caught passes in Mumme's pass-oriented offense. Allred started at quarterback and was 16-of-31 for 250 yards, but he missed the third quarter with an injury. UAM of Division II took a 17-16 lead with 8:45 remaining on a 15-yard touchdown pass from Allred to Devon Stewart. The Boll Weevils took over at the SLU 45 when Hankins fumbled the exchange from center and Daniel Morris recovered.

After watching its offense fail to get into the end zone after twice getting inside the UAM 15 in the second quarter, Southeastern used its defense to score its first touchdown. Free safety Vernon Russell picked off reserve quarterback Brian Pope over the middle and raced to the left corner of the end zone to put the Lions ahead 16-10 with 7:41 remaining in the third quarter. It was also fittingly that Vernon's touchdown was similar to the final touchdown scored by the Lions in 1985 when Kervin Fontenette picked off a Doug Hudson pass and sprinted 100 yards for a score. Mincey led the Lions' defense with nine tackles and three sacks, while Birk McGee tied Mincey for a team high with nine stops.

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n the Fall of 1972, Southeastern Louisiana University was looking for a new rivalry to replace its discontinued Gulf State Conference annual football clash with the University of Southwestern Louisiana (now Louisiana-Lafayette) for the Cypress Mug. The alumni of Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity felt Nicholls State University, on the Lions schedule for the ’72 season, was a natural choice given the close proximity of the two new Gulf South Conference members, and suggested the River Bell – symbolic of the Mississippi River separating the two schools -- as a trophy to be presented the victorious team. The concept was approved and Sigma Tau Gamma Alumni volunteered to create the trophy. From the Yellow Pages, the Sig Tau alumni located a marine supply store in Metairie and purchased a suitable bell. The trophy base was designed by Hammond Cabinet Works however time didn’t permit the trophy to be completed before the first game. For the inaugural River Bell game, September 30, 1972, the “trophy” to the winner was simply the bell itself. At the presentation were Southeastern President Dr. Clea Parker, Student Body Presidents from both universities, and Sigma Tau Gamma alumni. The Lions defeated the Colonels 31-9 in that first game of the River Bell series and the two Southeastern football captains happily received the Bell. After photographs, the captains were congratulated and asked to share the bell with the rest of the team, but have it back in the Athletic Director’s office on Monday. The players enthusiastically took off for the locker room, down the entire length of the football field, clanging the bell the entire way. It was clear to everyone present the new rivalry was off to a great start. The bell was returned to the A.D.’s office on Monday as promised, and the trophy was subsequently completed. That original trophy has continued to serve as recognition for the annual victor of the River Bell Classic, as the contest has become known over the past 40 years. The coveted trophy returned home to Hammond following the Lions win over the Colonels to close out the 2011 season. That provided the perfect opportunity for the Sigma Tau Gamma alumni -- with the support of officials at Southeastern – to begin planning for the retirement and replacement of the historic trophy. Wes Koon, a local glass artist, Southeastern and Sigma Tau Gamma alumnus, was commissioned to design an appropriate replacement. After some consideration, Wes enlisted the talents of John K. Sammons, a Nicholls graduate, for his craftsmanship with wood. Later, the two approached Bruce Caliva, yet another Sig Tau and Southeastern alum, for his skill with some final woodwork detail. The redesigned trophy has specific elements representing the colors and geographic location of both universities as well as the legendary river separating the two, yet maintains the tradition of the rivalry – the River Bell. Furthermore, the trophy’s constructed of rich cypress indigenous to the unique region of the proud universities. The beautifully fabricated new trophy was first awarded on November 15, 2012 to Southeastern after their victory over Nicholls, 35-16, in Thibodaux. The positive reception the trophy received demonstrated to everyone present the significance of the rivalry to the players of both Universities. In many ways it had the same feel as did the original presentation in 1972 to those who were witness to both games.

vs. The Southeastern-Nicholls State Series Year Site 1972 Hammond 1973 Hammond 1974 Thibodaux 1975 New Orleans1 1976 New Orleans1 1977 Thibodaux 1978 New Orleans1 1979 Hammond 1980 Thibodaux 1981 Hammond 1982 Thibodaux 1983 Thibodaux 1984 Thibodaux 1985 Hammond 2005 Hammond 2006 Thibodaux 2007 Hammond 2008 Thibodaux 2009 Hammond 2010 Thibodaux 2011 Hammond 2012 Thibodaux 2013 Hammond 2014 Thibodaux

Result Score Southeastern 31-9 Southeastern 10-0 Nicholls State 10-0 Nicholls State 14-6 Southeastern 17-7 Southeastern 17-14 Southeastern 10-0 Southeastern 38-0 Southeastern 35-20 Nicholls State 17-9 Nicholls State 20-14 Nicholls State 6-0 Nicholls State 36-7 Nicholls State 21-17 Nicholls State 38-28 Nicholls State 14-10 Southeastern 17-13 Nicholls State 35-28 Nicholls State 45-30 Nicholls State 27-25 Southeastern 31-14 Southeastern 35-16 Southeastern 51-27 Southeastern 62-3

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After a stellar four-year career for Southeastern, New Orleans native Kevin Hughes (64) was signed to a free agent contract by the NFL’s St. Louis Rams where he spent the majority of the 2011 season on the team’s Practice Squad before being activated in week 11 of the regularseason. Hughes now is a first-year player with the Carolina Panthers.

Drafted Players/Signed Professional Contracts (all teams NFL unless noted) Year Name Team 1946 Albie Reisz Cleveland Rams 1947 Pat Kenelly Boston Yanks 1947 T.J. Campion Philadelphia Eagles 1948 Jerome Davis Chicago Cardinals 1950 Milton Lavigne Chicago Cardinals 1955 Gerald Stone Cleveland Browns 1957 Don Peroyea Chicago Bears Huey Husser Chicago Cardinals Elton Shaw Green Bay Packers 1959 C.J. Alexander Washington Redskins Oscar Lofton Boston Patriots (AFL) George Kostuch New York Titans (AFL) 1962 Elbert Harris Denver Broncos (AFL) Billy Johnson Buffalo Bills (AFL) 1964 Jerry Joe Dunaway Boston Patriots (AFL) 1965 Ellis Johnson Boston Patriots (AFL) Maxie Williams Houston Oilers (AFL) Ellis Johnson Minnesota Vikings 1966 Billy Andrews Cleveland Browns 1971 Ronnie Hornsby New York Giants 1979 Calvin Favron St. Louis Cardinals Donald Dykes New York Jets 1981 Anthony Vereen Kansas City Chiefs 1982 Mack Boatner Miami Dolphins 1984 Bret Wright New York Jets 1984 Robbie Mahfouz Jacksonville Bulls (USFL) 1985 Willie Shepherd Dallas Cowboys 2004 Brett Beard Indianapolis Colts 2005 Ray Perkins San Diego Chargers 2005 Jonathanio Conley Rhein Fire (NFL-E) 2006 Felton Huggins Jacksonville Jaguars 2006 Charles Hall Cleveland Browns

Round 19th (167) 19th (170) 19th (175) 10th (126) 22nd (265) 23rd (276) 28th (334) 23rd (268) 8th (58) 19th (148) 4th (31) 10th (74) 19th (260) 13th (333) 3rd (70) 2nd (46) 3rd (68) 9th (237) 9th (248) 8th (217) Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent 9th (FA Draft) Free Agent Free Agent

Year Name Team 2006 Hutch Gonzales Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL) 2007 Demoris Hardiman Detroit Lions 2007 Donald Usry Baltimore Ravens 2008 Earl Cager New York Giants 2009 Byron Ross Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL) 2009 Jay Lucas Toronto Argonauts (CFL) 2011 Kevin Hughes St. Louis Rams 2011 Hutch Gonzales New Orleans Voodoo (Arena) 2011 Chris Wilson New Orleans Voodoo (Arena) 2011 Brian Reynolds New Orleans Voodoo (Arena) 2012 Brandon Collins New York Giants 2012 Simmie Yarborough Georgia Force (Arena) 2012 Robert Alford Atlanta Falcons 2012 Devan Walker San Diego Chargers 2012 Nathan Stanley Baltimore Ravens 2013 Theo Alexander Houston Texans 2013 Gasten Gabriel New York Jets 2013 Cqulin Hubert New Orleans Saints 2013 Todd Washington Arizona Cardinals 2014 Bryan Bennett Indianapolis Colts 2014 Isiah Corbett Houston Texans 2014 Chris Malott Green Bay Packers 2014 Drew Misita Pittsburgh Steelers 2015 Harlan Miller Arizona Cardinals 2015 Denzel Thompson Seattle Seahawks

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ROBERT ALFORD Atlanta Falcons Second-round pick (No. 60 overall)

FELTON HUGGINS Montreal Alouettes Buffalo Bills Frankfurt Galaxy Jacksonville Jaguars

mACK BOATNER Miami Dolphins Chicago Blitz Arizona Wranglers Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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2012 2007-09 2007 2006

1982 1982-83 1984 1986

DEVAN WALKER San Diego Chargers Kansas City Chiefs

Ronnie Hornsby

New York Giants Third-round pick (No. 70 overall)

DONALD DYKES

New York Jets Third-round pick (No. 68 overall) San Diego Chargers

2013 2014

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1979-81 1982

BRANDON COLLINS New York Giants

Calvin Favron

St. Louis Cardinals Second-round pick (No. 46 overall)

BILLY ANDREWS Cleveland Browns San Diego Chargers Kansas City Chiefs

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he Southeastern Louisiana University Athletics Hall of Fame recognizes and remembers the accomplishments, dedication and service of former Lion and Lady Lion athletes dating back to 1930. In the history of the University, 135 former student-athletes, coaches, administrators, staff and distinguished service inductees have been awarded this highest honor. In 2015, Rachel Ray Fitzgerald (softball) and Denise Kubena Wyninger (Volleyball) were inducted in the 2015 ceremony that took place on Nov. 7. Jacques Chevalier (golf), Calvin Favron (football) and Kenny Lehrmann (baseball) will be inducted on Oct. 29 this year. Below is the all-time list of Hall of Fame inductees with year of induction and sport(s) played.

1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1942-43 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52

Elmer Sanders Ralph Smith John LeTard Tom Sanders W.S. Rownd, Jr. William Mattis Stan Galloway Pete Imbraguglio Nelson Hart James Carlin James W. Bales Hollis Wilson Charles Simmons Charles Manley Wilmot Brown Marvin Maroun Albie Reisz T.J. Campion Pat Kenelly James Odom Brisco Dugas Aubrey Cole Harold Owens Noel Wilkins Leo Jones Louis Campos Walt Andrew

FB FB FB FB FB FB FB FB FB FB FB FB FB FB FB FB FB FB FB FB FB MBB MBB FB,Trk FB,Trk FB FB

1952-53 1954-55 1959-60 1962-63 1964-65 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1970-71 1973-74 1974-75 1976-77 1978-79 1979-80

Hubert Polk Ray Porta Gerald Stone Richard Sharp Oscar Lofton Sheldon Fernandez Bob Hardy Elbert Harris Glen Bowman Dr. R.Y. Newsom Bernard Oubre Billy Andrews Jim Camhout Steve Picou Lamar Labauve David LeSage Webb Jay E.L. McGehee Maxie Williams Ronnie Hornsby C.A. Core Frank Misuraca Ted Glaser Wilbur Derrick Duane Floyd Wayne Hardy Monty Crook

FB FB, Base FB,Trk MBB FB, MBB,Trk Base Base FB MBB,Trk DS Base FB Trk MBB Base FB Trk DS FB FB MBB FB, Base FB FB FB Trk FB

1980-81 1981-82 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 2001-02 2003 2004

Robert Martin C.J.Alexander Andy Davis Andy Thiel Grady Morgan W.L. Billups Ellis Johnson Jerome Davis Arlan Blackwell Dennis Wagner Steve Grigas James Waldrop Luther Marlar Joseph Cittadin Virgil Underwood T.C. Calmes Dr. Robert Brown Monica Harrison Ignacio Ossandon Don Wilson Cindy Williams Dr. Deloach Thames Robin Roberts Tommy Lee Smith Al LeBlanc Renee Daniels Ralph Smith Malcholm Bech Rusty Price Larry Hymel Greg Marten Herman Carlisle Billy Ladner Queen Brumfield Pam Cook Huey Husser Greg Lawrence Renata Smekalova Kirk Bullinger Linda Puckett Horace Belton Christie Mikolajchak Tara Maus Allison Holladay Darci Starr Jeff Williams

Trk FB Base Trk DS DS FB FB FB, Base,Trk MBB MBB, Base All Sports DS All Sports FB FB DS WBB Tennis MBB WBB DS WBB Trk DS WBB Trk Trk Trk DS Base FB, MBB FB, Base WBB WBB FB Trk WTennis Base DS FB VB SB Soc VB Base

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Voncia Bookman Alan Klein Ken Kenelly Gino Marino Becca Weingartner David Bennett Macky Waguespack Anne Bauer Martin du Toit Mac Faul Robert “Doc’ Goodwin Angie Antonelli Wayne Booker Larry Crow Deneka Knowles Bickham Christine Amertil Dr. Billy Bond Gavin Fingleson Kim Kwolek Anthony Vereen Sarah Gascon Bobby Hill Andy Smith Courtney Coutu Willie Shepherd Donald Dykes Kim McNally Kendra Oney Nate Lofton Chris Carter Felton Huggins Wade Miley Emilija Arnaudovska Rachel Ray Fitzgerald Denise Kubena Wyninger

DS - indicates Distinguished Service

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This is Southeastern Founded

Student to Faculty Ratio

September 14, 1925

23:1

Location

Academic Programs

Hammond, Louisiana (population 22,000). Located on the north shore of Lake Pontchartrain, 55 miles north of New Orleans and 45 miles east of Baton Rouge

Five Academic Colleges with 150 majors, minors and concentrations

Accredited

Enrollment 15,000 students representing 41 states and 64 countries

By the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the Associate, Baccalaureate, Master’s, and Doctorate degree levels

Campus 365-acre campus with state-of-the-art residential, academic and athletic facilities Undergraduate Degree Programs

College of Education

Art Communication Criminal Justice English General Studies History Liberal Arts Studies Music Organizational Leadership Political Science Psychology Sociology Spanish

Art Education Early Childhood Education (Pre K-3) Elementary Education (1-5) Health and Physical Education Music Education Secondary Education (6-12) English Education Health and Physical Education Mathematics Education Science Education Social Studies Education Spanish Education Speech Education Special Education Mild/Moderate Disabilities

College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

College of Business Accounting Business Administration Finance Management Marketing Supply Chain Management

College of Nursing and Health Sciences Athletic Training Communication Sciences & Disorders Family and Consumer Sciences Health Education and Promotion Health Studies Kinesiology

Nursing Social Work

College of Science and Technology Biological Sciences Chemistry Computer Science Information Technology Industrial Technology Mathematics Occupational Safety, Health & Environment Physics Master’s Degree Programs Applied Sociology Biology Business Administration (MBA) Communication Science & Disorders Education Counselor Education Curriculum Instruction Educational Leadership Special Education Teaching, Early Interventionist Teaching, Elementary Education English Health and Kinesiology History Integrated Science and Technology Music Nursing Organizational Communication Psychology Ph.D. Programs Educational Leadership Advanced Nursing Practice

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Robin Roberts ‘83 (center) received an honorary Doctor of Humanities Degree from Southeastern at last spring’s commencement ceremony. The Good Morning America co-host and anchor was a standout in women’s basketball before assuming a career in television. She credits Southeastern and Hammond radio stations with providing her the training and skills she needed to begin her career.

he reputation and strength of a university are frequently reflected in its graduates, successful alumni who have built on the foundations provided by a university like Southeastern. Our graduates – nearly 60,000 located in every state in the nation and around the world – have earned positions of leadership in the fields of business, government, entertainment, education, science and the arts.

Paul Candies ‘62 - President and COO of Otto Candies, LLC. Founder of NHRA and IHRA championship race team Candies & Hughes.

Robert Alford ‘12 - Second-round draft pick of the National Football League’s Atlanta Falcons.

ROGER WANG, ‘73 - Chairman and CEO of Golden Eagle International Group, one of China’s largest business concerns, and Transpacific Management Co., established and based in Los Angeles in 1978.

Christine Amertil ‘00 - Three-time Olympian for her native Bahamas, finished seventh in the 400meter dash at the 2004 Athens Games. Billy andrews ‘67 - Linebacker played 11 seasons in the National Football League, mainly with the Cleveland Browns. Intercepted Joe Namath pass and returned it 25 yards in first-ever Monday Night Football broadcast for only touchdown of career. Kirk Bullinger ‘92 - Spent 14 years in professional baseball with stints with Major League teams Montreal, Boston, Philadelphia and Houston. Billy Kennedy ‘86 - Guided Southeastern to the 2005 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championships, currently the head coach at Texas A&M University. Nate Lofton ‘05 - Currently playing basketball with the Harlem Globetrotters, led Southeastern to the 2005 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championships. Two-time contestant on CBS’ The Amazing Race. WADE MILEY ‘08 - Currently a pltcher for Major League Baseball’s Seattle Mariners and a 2012 National League All-Star. The Sporting News’ 2012 National League Rookie of the Year.

Albert Kuhn ‘65 - Vice President at IBM, heads IBM’s Global Delivery Project, a $4 billion, five-year information technology out-tasking program between the IBM and American Express.

Dr. Nick Bruno ‘72, ‘80 - Eighth president of the University of Louisiana at Monroe. Formerly Vice President for Business and Finance for the University of Louisiana System. Dr. John Kenelly ‘57 - Professor of Mathematics at Clemson University. Known nationally for his interest in using technology to revitalize mathematics instruction. Former program manager at the National Science Foundation and interim Director of the National Advanced Placement Program. Willie Amakye ‘86 - A former 800-meter national record holder for Ghana and a two-time Olympian. Pursued an acting career with movie roles in Amistad, Congo, Kicking and Screaming and TV appearances in X-Files, JAG, 227 and According to Jim. Steve Bellas ‘70 - Has worked extensively in both radio and television for over 30 years. His stories have aired on CNN, NBC, and the BBC. Russell Carollo ‘80 - Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and recipient of the Gerald R. Ford Prize for Distinguished Reporting on the National Defense, and the Society of Professional Journalists' national award

for investigative reporting. Bill Evans ‘50 - Recorded more than 70 albums, won seven Grammy Awards and earned an international following as a jazz musician. One-time member of Miles Davis’ sextet. Donald george ‘69 - Operatic tenor and Associate Professor of Voice at State University of New York, Potsdam’s Crane School of Music. 2001 Southeastern Music Hall of Fame inductee. John Fred Gourrier ‘63 - Founded the band John Fred & the Playboys. Co-wrote "Judy in Disguise". The song knocked the Beatles ("Hello, Goodbye") out of the No. 1 chart position on the Billboard Hot 100 for two weeks in January 1968. RANDI ROUSSEAU ‘05 - Morning news anchor for WDSU-TV in New Orleans, La. JOHN ALARIO, JR. ‘65 - A former Speaker of the Louisiana House of Representatives. Currently serves as Louisiana Senate President. 2003 Louisiana Political Museum and Hall of Fame inductee. Carl barbier ‘65 - United States District Judge presiding over cases in the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. James Brady ‘66 - United States District Judge and former vice chairman and chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee. Andre Coudrain ‘79 - Former board member of the University of Louisiana System, the governing board of Southeastern and the largest university system in Louisiana. Is the Hammond city attorney and serves as the chief legal advisor to the mayor of Hammond.

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Athletic Facilities

▲ - University Center

Pat Kenelly Diamond at Alumni Field

Southeastern Track and Field Complex

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f you happen to enter the Southeastern Louisiana University campus from the west, you can’t help but notice the Lions’ trademark athletic facility dominating the horizon. Southeastern’s multi-purpose University Center provides an impressive home for Lions and Lady Lions basketball as well as the volleyball squad. Built in 1982 at a cost of $16.3 million, the UC has seating capacity for 7,500 and hosts many other functions including Southeastern’s commencement, a variety of concerts and community events, and the circus. The Lions baseball team is fortunate to play in one of the finest collegiate parks in the region, Pat Kenelly Diamond at Alumni Field. Named for all Southeastern Louisiana alumni as well as long-time coach Pat Kenelly, the park holds over 2,500 and is the culmination of several years and $750,000 worth of improvements completely funded by the SLU Booster Club (now known as the Lion Athletic Association). After many years in Strawberry Stadium, the

Lion and Lady Lion track and field team moved into a new facility in 2012. The new venue includes coaches’ offices and team locker rooms that give each team some of the finest facilites in the Southland Conference. Located next to the new track and field facility, the refurbished Southeastern Tennis Courts located just north of the heart of the SLU campus continue to improve as well. A new playing surface, along with lockerrooms, a players lounge and coaches’ offices, was completed in time for the 2012 season giving the Lady Lions an impressive on-campus facility. Part of the beautiful North Oak Park recreation complex, Southeastern’s lighted softball field continues to improve each year. In 2010, new batting cages and a gated entrance to North Oak Park were added. Soccer and softball also share the recently renovated North Campus facility, which provides each sport with its own spacious locker room, coaches offices and indoor turfed facility.

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Strawberry Stadium S

trawberry Stadium returned to glory August 30, 2003, as the Lions took the field for the first time in 18 years. Even as upgrades are made to the venerable facility, fans both old and new will experience the same feeling of “almost being in the game” that the charming stadium has evoked for over half a century.

ORIGIN Strawberry Stadium was constructed in 1937 as part of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s WPA program under project #3014 - Edward F. Neild, D.A. Sondal, and E.F. Neild, Jr. - Architects.

SUCCESS AT STRAWBERRY Since 1946, Southeastern has a 168-98-3 record at Strawberry Stadium which includes 10 perfect home records. The Lions winning percentage at home is 63.2 percent.

WINNING SEASONS Of the 52 seasons of football at Strawberry Stadium since 1946, Southeastern has produced a winner 38 times. Prior to the 2014 Southland Conference Championship season, the last team to go undefeated at Strawberry Stadium was the 1976 squad under head coach Billy Brewer.

Improvements Beginning with the 2012 season, Southeastern plays on UBU-Speed Series-S5-M turf that was used in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome during the 2010 football campaign. The new surface replaced the original SprinTurf surface that was installed prior to the 2003 season. The $525,000 project was paid for with funds provided by the Lion Athletics Association (LAA.)

Yearly Record at Strawberry Stadium (since 1946) Year Home 1946 5-0 1947 1-3 1948 1-4 1949 3-2 1950 3-1 1951 3-1 1952 4-1 1953 2-1 1954 5-0 1955 2-4 1956 5-0 1957 0-3-1 1958 1-2 1959 1-1 1960 6-0 1961 6-0 1962 5-0 1963 3-2-1 1964 4-0 1965 3-2 1966 2-2 1967 4-1 1968 2-2 1969 3-3 1970 2-3 1971 0-6 1972 2-4 1973 3-2 1974 5-0 1975 4-2 1976 6-0

Overall 9-0 3-5-1 3-6-1 4-5-1 6-4 6-3 6-1-2 6-3 9-0 5-5 6-3 2-6-1 4-6 5-4 9-1 9-1 6-3 4-4-1 6-3 5-4 3-6 4-6 4-6 5-5 3-7 0-11 3-8 4-6 6-4 4-7 9-1-1

1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 All-time

3-2 4-1 4-1 3-1 3-2 2-3 3-3 1-4-1 2-5 5-1 5-2 2-2 2-3 3-2 3-2 4-2 2-3 3-2 3-2 7-1 6-0 2-3 168-98-3

6-4 7-3-1 6-5 8-2 8-3 4-7 6-5 2-8-1 2-9 5-7 7-4 4-6 2-9 3-8 5-7 6-5 2-9 3-8 5-6 11-3 9-4 4-7

Undefeated home seasons 10 Most home wins 7, 7-1 (2013) Fewest home wins 0, 0-6 (1971) Largest margin of victory 72 (79-7), vs. Kentucky Wesleyan, Sept. 15, 2007 Largest margin of defeat 49 (49-0), vs. Northwestern State, Oct. 15, 1948

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Kickoff of Southeastern’s opener against Arkansas-Monticello on Aug. 30, 2003 - the first collegiate game in Strawberry Stadium in 18 years.

Top Single-Game Crowds in Strawberry Stadium History (since 1971) Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Date Att. 10/3/81 12,000 11/6/82 10,000 11/8/03 9,758 10/4/03 9,758 9/4/03 9,708 8/30/03 9,708 9/25/04 9,480 10/2/82 9,400 10/30/04 9,137 11/12/05 9,108 10/12/74 9,100 9/2/04 9,078 10/2/04 9,021 10/18/03 9,013 9/25/82 9,000

Opp. Jackson State Southern Jacksonville (Fla.) McNeese State Lambuth Arkansas-Monticello Sam Houston State Texas State Alcorn State Nicholls State Troy Arkansas-Monticello Mississippi Valley State Webber International Stephen F. Austin

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Result L, 51-14 L, 26-19 W, 43-23 L, 58-20 W, 22-10 W, 22-17 L, 45-17 L, 34-21 L, 33-27 L, 38-28 W, 35-25 W, 46-32 W, 33-17 W, 68-10 L, 35-10


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nder the direction of Head Athletic Trainer Nathan Quebedeaux, the Sports Medicine program at Southeastern is at the forefront of athletic training in the state and region. Quebedeaux and his staff rely on numerous methods in first preventing injuries and are wellequipped in handling them when they do occur. Through a diligent preventative maintenance program, Quebedeaux’s staff helps to limit injuries through pre-participation physical exams, preventative maintenance rehab programs, taping, bracing and padding and education. When injuries happen to occur, the staff quickly evaluates, diagnoses, and provides care for those injuries with the best interest of the student-athlete in mind. The goal when an injury occurs is to return the student-athlete to his or her previous playing level as quickly and as safely as possible. Southeastern also utilizes a dedicated staff of physicians in various specialties along with other health care professionals many of who donate their time to provide the highest level of care for Lion student-athletes. Southeastern also sports one of the few nationally accredited undergraduate athletic training programs in the state providing student athletic trainers both classroom and on-the-job experience to prepare for a career in sports medicine. The main athletic training facility is located on the second floor of the Dugas Center for Southeastern Athletics and is equipped with a wide variety of evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation equipment. Other venues are located in the University Center (for basketball and volleyball) and North Campus (for soccer and softball).

Nathan Quebedeaux

Emily Gusew

Jessica VanSweden

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Sport Performance W

e educate our student athletes to improve daily by providing them the tools to reach their full potential. We do this while teaching the values of hard, intelligent, consistent work. This leads to increased performance capability, decrease injury potential and the development of a total student athlete. One hundred percent is a way of life here at Southeastern. Being a student athlete here, certain things are expected of you. Here at Southeastern, we view giving all out efforts at every practice and training session as the bare minimum. That is what is expected. To go beyond that is to truly be 100%. Being 100% involves doing everything you can to reach your fullest potential, as fast as possible. This involves getting your nutrition on track, performing restoration/ regeneration sessions and working on the individual things you need to be successful in your sport. The Sports Performance department at Southeastern will teach you how to reach 100%. We will set up individual nutrition plans, personalized recovery and rejuvenation sessions, and educate them with signage and presentations about: sleep, travel, nutrition and everything else a student athlete will need to be successful at the collegiate level and beyond. What we expect from our athletes is their absolute best. We expect them to have the same drive and passion for improvement that we do as a staff. Every day that the athlete comes in is a chance for them to improve, and we want athletes that are ready to maximize their time to maximize their abilities.

Brandon Howard

TBA

The Ray A. Naquin Strength and Conditioning Center With a lead gift donated by Southeastern alumni Ray and Ruth Naquin, the 6,000-square foot facility was funded entirely through private donations and dedicated in 2009. The center is used by the student-athletes on all of the university’s 15 intercollegiate men’s and women’s teams. The building was named for Ray Naquin, a Hammond resident and businessman, who played football at Southeastern in 1952-53 before entering military service and graduating from the University in 1958. Improvements to the facility were made in 2011 by the Lion Athletics Association (LAA) as new flooring was installed along with the addition of new equipment.

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CHAMPS/Lifeskills

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CHAMPS/Lifeskills T Chris Bentley

he mission of the NCAA is to maintain intercollegiate athletics as an integral part of the campus educational program and the student-athlete as an integral part of the student body. With this in mind, the CHAMPS/Life Skills Program was created to support the student-athlete development initiatives of NCAA member institutions and to enhance the quality of the student-athlete experience within the context of higher education. Under the direction of Chris Bentley, Assistant to the AD for Like Skills and Academic Liaison, Southeastern is one of 108 schools in the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) currently participating in the CHAMPS/Lifeskills Program Participating members in the CHAMPS/Life Skills Program are provided with sample materials and supplemental resources which support a student-athlete's development in five areas: academics, athletics, personal development, career development and community service. In the process of achieving this mission, the CHAMPS/Life Skills Program will:

• Promote student-athletes' ownership of their academic, athletic, career, personal and community responsibilities. • Meet the changing needs of student-athletes. • Promote respect for diversity and inclusion among student-athletes. • Assist student-athletes in identifying and applying transferable skills. • Enhance partnerships between the NCAA, member institutions and their communities for the purpose of education. • Foster an environment that encourages student-athletes to effectively access campus resources. • Encourage the development of character, integrity and leadership skills.

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Academic Success T

he staff at the Dick and Glory Sharp Academic Center, located in Strawberry Stadium, is dedicated to providing a comprehensive support program for all student-athletes designed to assist them through their academic/ athletic career at Southeastern Louisiana University. Services include academic support, academic advising, academic moni-

toring and career transition after eligibility is exhausted. An Assistant Athletic Director for Academic Services along with an Academic Coordinator and two Graduate Assistants work closely with all studentathletes to ensure that the academic experience at Southeastern is second to none. Academic Center staff work closely

with faculty as well as various campus departments on behalf of the student-athlete population.

Success in the Clasroom Over 185 Southeastern Louisiana student-athletes that posted 3.0 grade point averages or above in the fall 2015 and spring 2016 semesters were honored as part of the Southeastern Athletics Spring Academic Banquet. In the 2016 spring semester, 135 Lion and Lady Lion student-athletes posted 3.0 or above GPA’s with 27 recording a perfect 4.0 GPA.The 2015 fall semester saw 120 student-athletes top 3.0 with 33 achieving a 4.0. Each team with a 3.0 GPA or higher was also recognized. Honored for the spring were women’s soccer, golf, tennis, men’s cross country, volleyball, women’s cross country, women’s basketball and women’s track.And recognized for the fall were tennis, women’s cross country, soccer, golf, volleyball, women’s basketball and baseball. Three seniors were honored for having the 4.0 cumulative GPA – football’s Brent Wagner, tennis’ Renee Villarreal and track and field’s Joseph Edwards..

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Athletic History

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outheastern Louisiana University’s storied athletic history dates back to 1930. Now, 15 intercollegiate sports strong, with nearly 330 student-athletes, the Lions are set to enter their 17th year of Southland Conference membership poised for academic and competitive growth into the next century. Southeastern Louisiana University Athletics competes at the Division I level as a member of the NCAA and the Southland Conference (SLC) and sponsors 15 varsity teams - eight women’s and seven men’s. For women, Southeastern sponsors soccer, volleyball, cross country, indoor and outdoor track and field, basketball, softball and tennis. Men’s athletics sponsored are football, basketball, baseball, golf, cross country and indoor and outdoor track and field. Since joining the Southland Conference in the 1997-98 year, Southeastern has won 23 conference championships, including five regular-season crowns in women’s soccer, four regular-season titles in women’s tennis and four men’s golf championships. Southeastern’s athletic history has many notable chapters including winning national championships in men’s outdoor track in 1975 and women’s basketball in 1976-77. Southeastern’s 1954 undefeated football team is well remembered as one of the finest in the school’s gridiron annals, and many former football players have gone on to distinguished careers in the NFL. The 1975 baseball team had a glorious year when they advanced to the Division II College World Series, finishing third in the nation. Today, Southeastern strives to be the best among its peers in the SLC and sister institutions in the proud state of Louisiana. It claimed the Southland Conference Men’s All Sports trophy in 2008-09 and has led all Louisiana institutions in the Commissioners’ Cup standings in three of the past five years. Southland Conference championships offer Southeastern automatic bids to NCAA post-season

play in men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, volleyball, softball, women’s soccer and men’s golf. Southeastern also made its mark in post-season NCAA Championship competition, with the golf team placing 23rd in the nation in the 1998 championship tournament, along with qualifying seven golfers for the NCAA championship tournament and advancing to six NCAA regionals (2000, 2007, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013). The Lions baseball team played in two NCAA championship regionals in the 1990s and came within a game of returning to the postseason in both 2012 and 2013, finally breaking through in 2014. The women’s soccer team advanced to the NCAA Championships in 2009 and 2013; while the track and field team has qualified numerous individuals for the NCAA Championship indoor and outdoor track meets and advancing student-athletes in cross country. Southeastern student-athletes have been named All-Americans in golf and men’s and women’s track and field, and have garnered numerous awards in the Southland and the state of Louisiana. Southeastern student-athletes have also earned Academic All-American recognition; most recently in softball and baseball, while two individuals were named the Southland Conference Player of the Year in 2012. Under the leadership of Athletic Director Jay Artigues, Southeastern experienced unprecedented success in the 2013-14 school year. Southeastern claimed a school-record five conference titles during the academic year, with the baseball, football and soccer teams, as well as individual cross country, golf and track & field athletes, representing the institution in NCAA postseason action. Football and baseball carried the championship success into the 2014-15 academic year. Football repeated as Southland Conference champions. The baseball Lions finished 42-17 overall and 25-5 in the Southland Conference, setting the school record for overall wins and the Southland record for conference wins on their way to claiming the conference’s regular-season championship.

Soccer picked up another championship ring in the fall of 2015, winning the Southland Conference Tournament and advancing to the NCAA playoffs. In the spring of 2016 several athletes turned in stellar performances. Track & Field’s Alex Young won a national championship in the weight throw. Katie Lacour rewrote the softball record book on her way to leading the nation in stolen bases and claiming the National Fastpitch Coaches Association’s Golden Shoe Award. Jameson Fisher helped the Lion baseball team to its first NCAA at-large bid, and led the nation in both batting average and on-base percentage through the end of the regular season.

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Conference Championships Baseball (19) 1953 1954 1955 1957 1962 1963 1965 1966 1973 1978 1992 1993 1994 2014 2015

Football (9) 1946 1952 1953 1954 1956 1960 1961 2013 2014

Golf (9) 1973 1974

Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf South (West) Gulf South (Tournament) Trans America Athletic (West) Trans America Athletic (Tournament) Trans America Athletic Trans America Athletic (West) Trans America Athletic Trans America Athletic (West) Trans America Athletic (Tournament) Southland (Tournament) Southland

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Soccer (8) 1998 1999 2002 2003 2009 2010 2013 2015

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Women’s Tennis (8) 1993 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2013

Men’s Basketball (7) 1953-54 1972-73 1984-85 1994-95 2003-04 2004-05

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Volleyball (4) 1993 1994 1995 1996

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Men’s Tennis (3) 1954 1966 1987

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Women’s Basketball (3) 1976-77 2006-07 2008-09

AIAW National Champions Southland (East) Southland (East)

Men’s Cross Country (1) 1973

Softball (1) 1994

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ince the return of Southeastern football in 2003, the Lions have taken a three-prong attack to building their football team. The first is developing players in the classroom, second is on the field and third is assisting in the community. While the majority of Southeastern football fans only notice their Lions on Saturdays in Strawberry Stadium, it's not hard to find them scattered about, performing services in the community. You only need to know where to look. The Southeastern football team has performed numerous services throughout the Hammond community. From cleaning up debris left by hurricanes that have affected the area, reading to elementary school children, visiting assisted living centers and volunteering at both the Louisiana Special Olympics and Ladies’ Top 28 High School Basketball Tournament, Southeastern has taken an active role in the Hammond community. Since the arrival of head coach Ron Roberts, the Lions have conducted youth football clinics, assisted Southeastern students move into their dorm rooms during “Traditions Week” and particpated in a “Ladies Boot Camp” that focuses on health and wellness. Many times they are asked only to attend special community events and meet and greet guests. But whatever the case, from reading to heavy lifting, the Lions are ready, willing, and able to give back to the Hammond community.

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ell into its sixth decade of service, the Southland Conference continues to be a model of innovation, stability and consistent achievement as it celebrates the academic and athletic accomplishments of its member institutions and approximately 4,200 student-athletes. Having commemorated its 50th anniversary in 2013, the Southland Conference has transformed itself into a dynamic and respected consortium of 13 member universities in three states. Beginning with a historic meeting of five institutions in Dallas on March 15, 1963, the Southland Conference set on an extraordinary course that has proven successful well into the 21st Century. The successful transformation continues, as the Southland Conference welcomed four additional members in 2013: Abilene Christian University, Houston Baptist University, the University of Incarnate Word in San Antonio, and the University of New Orleans. In addition to its newest members, the Southland also consists of the University of Central Arkansas, Lamar University, McNeese State University, Nicholls State University, Northwestern State University, Sam Houston State University, Southeastern Louisiana University, Stephen F. Austin State University and Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. An original Southland member from 1963-73, Abilene Christian rejoined the league as one of the most decorated athletic programs in NCAA history, and the addition of Houston Baptist, UIW and New Orleans gives the Southland a regular competitive presence in the key metropolitan areas of Houston, San Antonio and New Orleans. Southland cities encompass approximately 14 million people, and six of its television markets rank among the top 100 in the U.S.

All told, the membership of the Southland encompasses nearly 140,000 current students and an alumni base of nearly 800,000. Famous alums from current Southland Conference schools include former CBS news anchor Dan Rather (Sam Houston State), NBA executive Joe Dumars (McNeese State), ABC news anchor Robin Roberts (Southeastern Louisiana), Major League Baseball star Wade Miley (Southeastern Louisiana), NBA legend Scottie Pippen (Central Arkansas), and track and field Olympians Kenta Bell (Northwestern State), and Bobby Morrow and Billy Olson (both Abilene Christian). Other notable alums from current members include Grammy Award-winning musicians Frank Ocean (New Orleans), Don Henley and Rodney Crowell (both Stephen F. Austin), and Ronnie Dunn (Abilene Christian), television personality and actress Ellen DeGeneres (New Orleans), current NFL standouts Lardarius Webb (Nicholls State), Terrence McGee (Northwestern State), and Daniel Manning (Abilene Christian), professional golfers Shawn Stefani and Chris Stroud (both Lamar) and Colin Montgomerie (HBU), award-winning filmmaker Richard Linklater (Sam Houston State), American Idol winner Kris Allen (Central Arkansas), NFL Hall of Famer Jackie Harris (Northwestern State), former NFL standouts Bobby Hebert (Northwestern State), Gary Barbaro (Nicholls State), Wilbert Montgomery (Abilene Christian) and Gary Reasons (Northwestern State), former MLB stars Darryl Hamilton (Nicholls State) and Kevin Millar (Lamar), NCAA football coach Charlie Strong (Central Arkansas), actors John Larroquette (New Orleans), Ricardo Chavira (UIW) and Jesse Borrego (UIW), and the late NFL coaching legend O.A. “Bum” Phillips (Lamar and Stephen F. Austin). The Southland sponsors 17 full championship

sports, all at the NCAA Division I level. The eight men’s sports include baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, tennis, and indoor and outdoor track and field. The women compete for nine championships in basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field, and volleyball. The conference earns automatic qualification to NCAA championships in baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, football, men’s and women’s golf, women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s tennis, and volleyball. The Southland Bowling League, an affiliated Conference sport, originated in 2015, and four of its members filled out half of the eight-team bracket, with Stephen F. Austin advancing to the national title match. Continuing its tradition of innovation, the league launched the Southland Conference Television Network in the fall of 2008 and has broadcast more than 160 events. The network has expanded its reach to roughly 13 million households throughout Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas and Oklahoma in recent years, and has also gained national viewership through ESPN3 and Fox College Sports. In its first seven years, the network has received recognition for its work, earning numerous College Sports Media and Telly Awards. The Southland Conference, in conjunction with the city of Frisco, Texas, and Hunt Sports Group, also serves as the host to the NCAA Division I Football Championship Game in Frisco, which has been home to the conference headquarters since 2006. The game is played at Frisco’s Toyota Stadium, and after a successful three-year run, the partnership was rewarded with a three-year renewal to serve as the national championship host site through the 2015 season. Southland Conference football ranks among the best Football Championship Subdivision leagues in the

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2016-17 Southland Conference Members McNeese State “Cowboys” Joined SLC - 1972 Located: Lake Charles, La.

Sam Houston State “Bearkats” Joined SLC - 1987 Located: Huntsville, Texas

Northwestern State “Demons” Joined SLC - 1987 Located: Natchitoches, La.

Stephen F. Austin “Lumberjacks” Joined SLC - 1987 Located: Nacogdoches, Texas

Nicholls State “Colonels” Joined SLC - 1991 Located: Thibodaux, La.

Southeastern Louisiana “Lions” Joined SLC - 2005 Located: Hammond, La.

Central Arkansas “Bears” Joined SLC - 2007 Located: Conway, Ark.

LAMAR “Cardinals” Re-joined SLC - 2011 Located: Beaumont, Texas

TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI “Islanders” Joined SLC - 2007 Located: Corpus Christi, Texas

ABILENE CHRISTIAN “Wildcats” Re-joined SLC - July 1, 2013 Located: Abilene, Texas

HOUSTON BAPTIST “Huskies” Joined SLC - July 1, 2013 Located: Houston, Texas

INCARNATE WORD “Cardinals” Joined SLC - July 1, 2013 Located: San Antonio, Texas

NEW ORLEANS “Privateers” Joined SLC - July 1, 2013 Located: New Orleans, La.

nation, and enjoys an annual expectation of competing for the national championship with multiple teams advancing to the NCAA playoffs each year. In 2014, three Southland teams – Southeastern Louisiana, Sam Houston State and Stephen F. Austin– all qualified for the NCAA Division I Football Championship, and in 2011 and 2012, Sam Houston advanced to the national championship game. Also, in 2002 and 2003, McNeese State finished the regular season ranked No. 1 in the nation, and advanced to the 2002 national championship contest. The conference has been represented in eight national championship games since the league joined the FCS (formerly I-AA) in 1982. All told, Southland teams have played in 115 Division I playoff games in 33 years, winning 56 of the contests. Historically, the Southland’s successful football heritage has sustained itself through numerous membership and classification changes. The Southland joined the NCAA College Division in 1964, and was designated as NCAA Division II in 1973 before joining Division I in 1975. The Southland was an NCAA Division I-A league from 1978-81, before joining the ranks of FCS in 1982, its home ever since. During its tenure as a Division I and I-A conference, the Southland Conference initiated the startup of the Shreveport, La.-based Independence Bowl in 1976. The Southland representative served as the host team of the bowl until 1980, compiling a 2-3 record in those contests. The Conference can lay claim to five national championships, including College Division championships through former members Arkansas State (1970, UPI) and Louisiana Tech (1972, National Football Foundation). Louisiana Tech also won the first NCAAsanctioned national title, winning the Division II playoffs in 1973. Tech followed that with the UPI’s Division II national championship in 1974. Louisiana-Monroe won the 1987 Division I-AA national championship. McNeese State, which has made 15 appearances in the NCAA Division I playoffs, played in the 1997 NCAA Championship game, while Sam Houston State has earned eight trips to the football playoffs, most recently advancing to the 2014 national semifinals. Stephen F. Austin played in the 1989 NCAA title contest and has seven total playoff appearances, including 2009, 2010 and 2014. Northwestern State has advanced to the NCAA playoffs six times, Nicholls State has participated three times in postseason, Southeastern Louisiana played in the 2013 and 2014 NCAA Championships, and Central Arkansas made consecutive playoff appearances in 2011 and 2012. On six occasions, the Southland has placed three teams in the NCAA playoffs. The Southland has produced 177 first-team football All-Americans during its history and in 2010, Stephen F. Austin quarterback Jeremy Moses became the first player in Southland history to receive the Walter Payton Award, which is presented annually to the most outstanding football player at the FCS level. The Southland is one of five FCS conferences with at least 200 selections (208) in the National Football League draft. There have been 28 Southland players taken in the draft since 2000, including Southeastern Louisiana defensive back Robert Alford, who was picked as the first FCS player in the second round of the 2013 draft. There are more than 15 former Southland players on NFL rosters heading into the 2015 season. Southland Conference alums in the NFL include Cleveland’s Josh McCown (Sam Houston State), who has been in the league for the last 12 seasons, and Baltimore’s Lardarius Webb, who is currently the second-longest tenured player with six seasons of experience. Other recent NFL additions from

football the Southland include New England’s Kevin Hughes (Southeastern Louisiana) and Dax Swanson (Sam Houston State), Seattle’s Jeremy Lane (Northwestern State), Chicago’s Malcolm Bronson (McNeese State), Atlanta’s Robert Alford (Southeastern Louisiana) and Washington’s Chase Dixon (Central Arkansas). The Southland has seen former Nicholls State players win Super Bowl rings in recent seasons, as former Colonel Antonio Robinson was a member of the Green Bay Packers’ Super Bowl XLV champions. And, Nicholls-ex Webb was a member of the Super Bowl XLVII champion Baltimore Ravens. Among the former NFL stars from the Southland include Fred Dean, who was inducted to the Professional Football Hall of Fame in 2008 to become the first former Southland Conference player to earn induction in Canton. Other great NFL players from the Southland include Super Bowl XXIX quarterback Stan Humphries, Bill Bergey, Mike Barber, Fred Barnett, Bubby Brister, Ray Brown, Roger Carr, Larry Centers, Bruce Collie, Jackie Harris, Buford Jordan, Tim McKyer, Kavika Pittman, Billy Ryckman, Rickey Sanders, Eugene Seale, Rafael Septien, Terrance Shaw, Leonard Smith, Marcus Spears, Pat Tilley and Marvin Upshaw. Both Dean and Smith are recent inductees to the College Football Hall of Fame. The Southland Conference has also seen its share of great coaches during its history in Maxie Lambright, Ernie Duplechin, Sam Goodwin, Jack Doland, Bennie Ellender, Bobby Keasler, Larry Lacewell, Bill Davidson, Dennis Franchione, Pat Collins, and Ron Randleman. The Southland Conference has repeatedly demonstrated its commitment to the academic and athletic success of its student-athletes. With the F.L. McDonald Postgraduate Scholarship Award, the league annually honors male and female scholar-athletes with a stipend for postgraduate study. The Scholar-Athlete Award is given to each institution’s male and female studentathlete with the highest grade-point average. The Steve McCarty Citizenship Award, initiated in 2005-06 and named after the former Stephen F. Austin athletic director, properly recognizes accomplishments off the court for a male and female student-athlete. Also, student-athletes with grade-point averages above 3.0 are honored on the Southland’s annual All-Academic teams and Commissioner’s Honor Roll. A total of 1,294 student-athletes appeared on the honor roll following the 2016 spring semester, and total of 1,039 studentathletes earned a spot on the honor roll at the end of the 2015 fall semester. While successful on the fields and courts, the Southland Conference has repeatedly demonstrated its commitment to the academic and athletic success of its student-athletes. The conference continues to make great strides in the classroom. During the last decade, no other Division I conference has improved its Academic Progress Rate as well as the Southland Conference has. In fact, in 2009-10, the Southland ranked 10th among the 31 Division I leagues in men’s basketball APR. The academic progress the league has shown ultimately leads to higher graduation rates for our student-athletes. In addition to providing expanding opportunities for student-athletes, the Southland Conference and its member institutions are very involved in various community outreach programs. Many of these programs provide positive life skills training such as academics, citizenship and leadership to school-aged students in Southland communities.

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he NCAA Division I Football Championship Committee has announced that the 2017 NCAA Division I Football Championship Game will be played on Saturday, Jan. 7 at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas. A sellout crowd of 21,836 attended the 2016 game, which was won by North Dakota State over Jacksonville State, 37-10. This was the fifth year of the game being played on Saturday after historically being played on a Friday night, including 2011 in Frisco. Eastern Washington defeated Delaware 20-19 in that game, which was the first of three scheduled championship games in Frisco. The championship game will again be hosted by the locally based Southland Conference, the City of Frisco and the Hunt Sports Group. The Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) is comprised of the conferences and institutions that compete in the NCAA Division I Football Championship - Big Sky, Big South, Colonial Athletic Association, Ivy League, Mid-Eastern Athletic, Missouri Valley Football, Northeast, Ohio Valley, Patriot League, Pioneer, Southern, Southland and the Southwestern Athletic. The Ivy League and Southwestern Athletic Conference choose not to participate in the football championship. The FCS embodies a tradition of excellence through high level competition, student-athlete character and sportsmanship throughout the regular season and the championship experience.

YEAR 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978

CHAMPION North Dakota State North Dakota State North Dakota State North Dakota State North Dakota State Eastern Washington Villanova Richmond Appalachian State Appalachian State Appalachian State James Madison Delaware Western Kentucky Montana Georgia Southern Georgia Southern Massachusetts Youngstown State Marshall Montana Youngstown State Youngstown State Marshall Youngstown State Georgia Southern Georgia Southern Furman Louisiana-Monroe Georgia Southern Georgia Southern Montana State Southern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Idaho State Boise State Eastern Kentucky Florida A&M

COACH SCORE Chris Klieman 37-10 Chris Klieman 29-27 Craig Bohl 35-7 Craig Bohl 39-13 Craig Bohl 17-6 Beau Baldwin 20-19 Andy Talley 23-21 Mike London 24-7 Jerry Moore 49-21 Jerry Moore 28-17 Jerry Moore 21-16 Mickey Matthews 31-21 K.C. Keeler 40-0 Jack Harbaugh 34-14 Joe Glenn 13-6 Paul Johnson 27-25 Paul Johnson 59-24 Mark Whipple 55-43 Jim Tressel 10-9 Bob Pruett 49-29 Don Read 22-20 Jim Tressel 28-14 Jim Tressel 17-5 Jim Donnan 31-28 Jim Tressel 25-17 Tim Stowers 36-13 Erk Russell 37-34 Jimmy Satterfield 17-12 Pat Collins 43-42 Erk Russell 48-21 Erk Russell 44-42 Dave Arnold 19-6 Rey Dempsey 43-7 Roy Kidd 17-14 Dave Kragthorpe 34-23 Jim Criner 31-29 Roy Kidd 30-7 Ruby Hubbard 35-28

RUNNER-UP SITE Jacksonville State Frisco, Texas Illinois State Frisco, Texas Towson Frisco, Texas Sam Houston State Frisco, Texas Sam Houston State Frisco, Texas Delaware Frisco, Texas Montana Chattanooga, Tenn. Montana Chattanooga, Tenn. Delaware Chattanooga, Tenn. Massachusetts Chattanooga, Tenn. UNI Chattanooga, Tenn. Montana Chattanooga, Tenn. Colgate Chattanooga, Tenn. McNeese State Chattanooga, Tenn. Furman Chattanooga, Tenn. Montana Chattanooga, Tenn. Youngstown State Chattanooga, Tenn. Georgia Southern Chattanooga, Tenn. McNeese State Chattanooga, Tenn. Montana Huntington, W.Va. Marshall Huntington, W.Va. Boise State Huntington, W.Va. Marshall Huntington, W.Va. Youngstown State Huntington, W.Va. Marshall Statesboro, Ga. Nevada Statesboro, Ga. Stephen F. Austin Statesboro, Ga. Georgia Southern Pocatello, Idaho Marshall Pocatello, Idaho Arkansas State Tacoma, Wash. Furman Tacoma, Wash. Louisiana Tech Charleston, S.C. Western Carolina Charleston, S.C. Delaware Wichita Falls, Texas Eastern Kentucky Wichita Falls, Texas Eastern Kentucky Sacramento, Calif. Lehigh Orlando, Fla. Massachusetts Wichita Falls, Texas

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r. John L. Crain was named President of Southeastern Louisiana University on February 17, 2009, by the Board of Supervisors of the University of Louisiana System, after serving as Interim President since July 2008. Crain served as Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs for seven years prior to his appointment as President. His 23 years of experience on the Hammond campus includes heading the Department of Accounting, chairing the Council of Department Heads, serving as president of the Faculty Senate, director of the Small Business Development Center, and 13 years as a full-time member of the accounting faculty. A Southeastern alumnus, Crain headed Southeastern’s Accounting Department from 19992001. As department chair, he led efforts to reaffirm the department’s accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Crain is a native of Franklinton and 1978 graduate of Franklinton High School. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from Southeastern in 1981 and Master of Business Administration in 1984. He attained Certified Public Accountant status in 1983. He received his doctoral degree in accountancy from the University of Mississippi in 1988. Crain’s scholarly accomplishments include publication of more than 50 refereed journal articles and presentations at academic conferences. He was the 1992 recipient of Southeastern’s highest faculty award, the President’s Award for Excellence in Research. He was a member of the Louisiana Blue Ribbon Commission on Educational Excellence, the Louisiana Board of Regents Master Plan National Ad-

Dr. John Crain

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visory Panel Workgroup on Retention and Completion, and chair of the Accounting Education Issues Committee of the Society of Louisiana CPAs. He is a member of numerous professional, civic and academic organizations, currently serving on the boards of the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Maritime Museum, the North Shore Business Council, GNO, Inc., and the Committee of 100 for Economic Development. He previously served on the board of the Louisiana Children’s Discovery Museum from 2006 to 2009. He is a member of the Hammond Rotary Club.

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University of Louisiana System Board of Supervisors Jimmie “Beau” Martin, Jr., Chair Edward J. Crawford, III, Vice Chair Dr. Kelly Faircloth, Parliamentarian James Carter John Condos Pamela Egan E. Gerald Hebert Jimmy D. Long, Sr. Shawn Murphy Mark Romero Carl Shetler Robert Shreve Winfred Sibille Antonio Torres

Interim Provost/VP Academic Affairs

Wendy Johns Lauderdale Vice President University Advancement

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Jay Artigues (left) presenting the inaugural Lion For Life Award to Southeastern Hall of Famer and former baseball coach Greg Marten.

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fter a successful eight-season stint as Southeastern Louisiana University’s head baseball coach, Jay Artigues was named the school’s Director of Athletics on October 14, 2013. Named one of the rising head coaches in the college game prior to the 2013 season,Artigues helped build a foundation of success for the Southeastern baseball program and now is doing the same for the entire athletic department. In his first year on the job, he presided over arguably the greatest athletic year in Southeastern history.The Lions and Lady Lions brought home five conference championships, the most the school has ever won in a single year. The Lion football program ran through the Southland Conference with an undefeated record, advanced to the FCS playoffs for the first time, picked up the first playoff win in school history and finished the season with an 11-3 overall record. Lady Lion Soccer won the Southland Conference Tournament and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the second time in school history. The Southeastern men’s track & field program won both the indoor and outdoor Southland Conference titles, marking the first time in school history the Lions had swept through the conference. Lion Baseball continued its run of success, rallying under the leadership of Artigues protege Matt Riser to win the Southland Conference Tournament and advance to an NCAA Regional for the first time in 20 years. Under Artigues, Lion baseball established itself as a growing force in the region by producing three All-Americans, four Freshman All-Americans, a Capital One Academic All-American, the NCBWA National Stopper of theYear, the Southland Conference’s Player, Hitter, Relief Pitcher and Freshman of theYear, numerous All-Conference and Southland All-Academic players as well as Southeastern single-season and career record holders. In 2012, Southeastern racked up several national,

regional and conference awards.Advancing to the championship game of the Southland Conference Tournament, the Lions posted a 39-21 record and equaled their best conference finish (20-13, second overall). Leading the way were conference player and hitter of the year Brock Hebert, relief pitcher of the year Stefan Lopez and freshman of the year Andro Cutura. Lopez was named the 2012 National Stopper of the Year by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association after establishing both Southeastern and the Southland’s single-season and career saves records, while he and Hebert each earned four All-America honors. Cutura, who won his final six decisions, was also named a Freshman All-American. Former Lion Wade Miley, a 2009 first-round pick of Arizona, represented the Diamondbacks in the 2012 Major League Baseball All-Star Game and was a finalist for the National League Rookie of theYear Award. He was honored by the Sporting News as their Rookie of theYear for the National League. In 2011, the Lions garnered national attention as they took two of three games from Florida International to open the season and ended Garrett Wittels attempt to break the Division I consecutive-game hit-streak record.The next weekend Southeastern earned wins over SEC-power Alabama, Central Florida and South Alabama. Artigues was named the LSWA Co-Coach of the Year in 2010 as the Lions set another school first after being nationally ranked at the Division I level.The Lions were nationally ranked for eight straight weeks, reaching as high as No. 17. Prior to becoming the 15th head baseball coach in Southeastern’s history,Artigues spent four seasons at Pearl River Community College where he posted a 168-51 record.The Wildcats won three conference championships and advanced to the JUCO World Series during his tenure. In his final season at PRCC,Artigues led the Wildcats to a school-record 46-12 mark and a No. 1 ranking in the final JUCO national regular-season poll.

Jay Artigues

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In his first season at PRCC,Artigues led the Wildcats to 42 wins and a berth in the JUCO World Series in Millington,Tenn. PRCC finished the year as the South Division Conference Champions, Region XXIII Champions and Central District Champions with Artigues earning Region XXIII and Central District Coach of theYear honors. Before returning to Pearl River in 2001, where he was a two-year letter winner and was a first team All-State and All-Region selection,Artigues spent three seasons at Bossier Parish Community College and posted a 107-57 record. In his final season at BPCC,Artigues led the Cavaliers to a school-record 46 wins and a No. 8 ranking in the final NJCAA poll. Artigues began his coaching career in 1992-93 as an assistant at Spring Hill College where he worked with the team’s hitters and infielders. He served as Dean of Students and head baseball coach at St. Louis Catholic High School in Lake Charles, La., where he led the Saints to the Class 2A state quarterfinals in 1996. Artigues moved to Hammond in 1996 and served as athletic director and head baseball coach at St.Thomas Aquinas High School, leading the Falcons to the 1997 state playoffs. He then moved on to the college ranks accepting a job at UNO where he was a volunteer assistant coach in 1998 under Tom Schwaner. As a player,Artigues spent two seasons at PRCC where he was an All-State and All-Region selection. He then went on to play two seasons at Belhaven College where he was an All-Conference selection as a second baseman.A native of Bay St. Louis, Miss., he holds the highest single-season on-base percentage (.538) and sixth-highest career batting average (.375) in Belhaven history. A 1992 graduate of Belhaven, where he earned a B.S. in Business Administration,Artigues also holds a Master’s Degree in Sport Coaching from the United States Sports Academy (1993). Artigues and his wife Rachel are the parents of two sons, Christopher “Champ” (16) and Casey (13).

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Mission Statement

The Lion Athletics Association (LAA) is a non-profit organization which assists the Southeastern Athletics Department by providing financial support for scholarships, operations and athletic facilities. The LAA follows by-laws set forth and reviewed yearly by the President of the University, Athletic Director and the LAA Board of Directors to ensure all policies and goals comply with the NCAA and Southeastern Louisiana University regulations and missions. The primary mission of the LAA is to positively impact the lives of Southeastern student-athletes.

Scott Perrilloux LAA President

Giving Options

Tom Dawsey

Assistant Athletic Director/ Marketing & Development

Ro Trufant

LAA Administrative Assistant

Contributions to the LAA can be earmarked for use by specific sports programs, spirit groups, the Academic Center, the Student Athlete Advisory Committee or the LAA general fund. Funds can then be used for: •  Fifth-year scholarship aid for eligible student-athletes. This aid assists student athletes to graduate upon completion of their athletic eligibility •  Financial assistance (recruiting, travel, equipment) •  Scholarship assistance •  Programs and projects that benefit the individual sport programs or the department as a whole •  Operation costs of the LAA

Other Ways to Give

Athletic Scholarship Endowments

Scholarship endowments can be established to aid the most deserving student-athletes or designated to a student-athlete participating in a particular sport. Scholarship endowments allow you to have your name, or the name of a loved one, linked to Southeastern Athletics.

Naming Rights

Leave your mark on Southeastern Athletics and leave a legacy that will be viewed for years to come through a name rights gift. Naming opportunities exist at each of the Southeastern athletic facilities.

Planned Gifts

Name Southeastern Athletics as a beneficiary in your will, life insurance, trust or other planned gift arrangement and ensure the continued development of student-athletes from one generation to the next. Please contact Tom Dawsey, Assitant AD for Marketing & Development, at (985) 549-5226.

Gift-In-Kind

A gift-in-kind is a donation of goods and/or services instead of money.

Payroll Deduction for Employees of Southeastern

Southeastern employees can payroll deduct their contribution to the LAA. Please contact the LAA to find out how.

Corporate Sponsorships (Partnership Form)

Lion Sports Properties offers a variety of game day and promotional opportunities for your business to reach the thousands of fans that attend sporting events at Southeastern Louisiana University year round. Combine your business with the excitement of Southeastern Athletics through one or more of the following opportunties: signage packages, print advertising, radio spots and live reads, website banners on Lionsports.net, gameday sponsorships and golf tournament packages. Please contact Gary Northen at (985) 549-2573 for more details.

Contacting the LAA

For more information on the Lion Athletics Association, inquiries can be made to any of the following offices: Lion Athletics Association Office - (985) 549-5091

List of Athletic Endowments and Scholarships The Anatomix Physical Therapy Endowment for the Support of Athletic Training The Angelo C. and Marguerite Antonelli Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Greg Baker Endowed Scholarship The Thomas and Virginia Barr III Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Arlene R. Blackwell Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The William and Emily Bond Endowed Scholarship for Athletics The Glen D. Bowman Family Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The JoAnn Spangler Bowman Memorial Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The David Y. Brian Family Endowed Scholarship The Sharlotte and Bret Brian Endowment for the Support of Football The Nathan and Evelyn Bruser Endowed Scholarship in Track & Field The Wilbur Carlisle Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Central Progressive Bank Endowment Scholarship in Athletics The Joel Champagne Endowed Scholarship The Dr. Davis E. “Sonny” Chandler Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Leroy and Elsie Chenevert Memorial Scholarship in Athletics The Coaches Memorial Scholarship in Football - Red Stick Chapter The Colonial Pipeline Settlement Scholarship - St. Helena Parish The Ralph J. and Margaret S. Daigle Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Bob Deviney Endowed Scholarship for Baseball The Manuel Dugas Family Endowed Scholarship for Athletics The Bob Duhe, Terry King and Joe Abene Endowed Scholarship for Athletics The Rick Durham Family Endowed Scholarship for Athletics The Janice and Leonie Ezegbunam Endowed Scholarship in Track & Field The Farris Family Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The John Faught Endowed Scholarship for Athletics The Bobby Felder Endowed Scholarship The FeLions Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Duane and Verne Floyd Endowment for the Support of Football The Stanley Galloway Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Gary Glaser Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Sandy Goodwin Memorial Scholarship Fund The Dr. Robert and Lydia Hardy Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Donnie Jarreau Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Ellis Johnson Endowed Scholarship in Football The Johnson Family Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Charmaine Voss Kenelly Endowed Scholarship for Baseball The Patrick G. Kenelly Endowed Scholarship for Athletics The Billy and Launa Ladner Endowment The Barton and Mary Leader Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Robert W. Lee Scholarship The Don and Willie Lewis Endowed Scholarship The Amy Livingston-Oberschmidt Endowed Scholarship in Tennis The Oscar and Billie Jean Lofton Endowed Scholarship for Football The Lura Hornosky Manzella Memorial Scholarship in Athletics The Ken and Christina Matherne Endowed Scholarship for Athletics The Junior and Peggy Matheu Endowment for the Support of Football The Dr. Lee Mire Endowment for the Support of Football The Beau Mothe Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Scott Patterson Endowed Scholarship for Athletics The Cedric and Dannette Patton Endowment for Football The Craig “Tank” Peak and Judge Burrell Carter Endowed Scholarship for Athletics The John and Georgianne Poteet Endowed Scholarship in Baseball The Ray “Coon” and Jacklyn Porta Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Charles and Kathy Reese Endowed Scholarship for Athletics The Ray Renton Endowed Scholarship for Support of Athletics The Robin Roberts Endowed Scholarship for Women’s Athletics The John A. Roberts, Jr. Endowed Scholarship for Women’s Athletics The Duke Robin Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Sam and Chris Santora Endowed Scholarship for Athletics The Danny K. Schilling Endowed Scholarship in Athletics (Football) The John and Ellie Schroder Endowed Scholarship for Athletics The Duane and Leigh Shafer Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Dick and Glory Sharp Endowed Scholarship The Sigma Tau Gamma Alumni Association Riverbell Classic Scholarship The Skibinski Family Endowed Scholarship The Southeastern Athletic Memorial Scholarship The State Farm Endowment The Stevens Family Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Coach Andy Thiel Endowed Scholarship for Track The Trapp Family Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Pete Valenti Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The David Venable Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Louis Wiginton Endowed Scholarship in Football The Dr. Dale Williams Endowed Scholarship in Athletics Marica and Cameron Barr Aid to Athletes Fred Trapp Fifth Year Aid for Athletes

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