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2009 Schedule Sept. 5 Sept. 10 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 19

Texas A&M-Commerce Union College (Thurs.) at Ole Miss (CSS) at South Dakota at Texas State * Sam Houston State * (HC) at McNeese State * (SLC) Central Arkansas * (HOF) at Northwestern State * Stephen F. Austin * Nicholls * (Thurs.) (SLC) River Bell Classic

* - Southland Conference game SLC - Game televised on the Southland TV Network HC - Homecoming HOF - Hall of Fame All home games in gold All times listed are Central and subject to change

6 p.m. 7 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 4:05 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m.


This Is Southeastern ince its founding in 1925,

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• Last fall, Southeastern had a record new

Southeastern Louisiana University

freshman enrollment exceeding 3,200.

Louisiana grow and prosper. Our mission -

Economic Impact

- to lead the educational, economic and

• More than $564 million annual impact.

cultural development of the region – ties

Spending by the university’s more than

Southeastern intimately to the lives of the

15,000 students accounts for an approxi-

communities and residents we serve.

mate $237 million impact, while faculty

has been committed to helping

and staff spending amounts to a $99 milQuick Facts & Figures

lion impact.

• Enrollment: approximately 15,300

• As part of the University of Louisiana

• Faculty: 700 (full and part time)

System, the impact of each dollar invested

• Student-Faculty ratio: 27:1

in the university is multiplied by eight as it

• Sites: Hammond (main campus), St.

cycles through the state economy.

Tammany Center (Mandeville), Livingston

More than 5,700 non-university jobs

Parish Literacy and Technology Center

throughout the state in areas such as con-

(Walker), Nursing Center (Baton Rouge),

struction, health care and food services.

Turtle Cove Environmental Research

• Construction projects (2001 – 2008)

Center (Pass Manchac)

yielded a $268 million impact and created an estimated 2,500 jobs

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University Quick Facts Founded September 14, 1925 Location Hammond, Louisiana (population 22,000). Located on the north shore of LakePontchartrain, 55 miles north of NewOrleans and 45 miles east of Baton Rouge Enrollment 15,000 students representing 41 states and 64 countries Campus 365-acre campus with state-of-the-art residential, academic and athletic facilities Student to Faculty Ratio 27:1 Academic Programs Six Academic Colleges with 70 associate, baccalaureate, and graduate degree programs Accredited By the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the Associate, Baccalaureate, and Master's degree levels

• More than 785,000 campus visitors in

percent in the past five years.

2008, 67 percent were off-campus visitors

• In a report issued by the Southern

who spent $101 million.

Regional Education Board, Southeastern’s master’s degree program in education was

Community Impact

rated among the best in the southern

• Faculty and staff volunteered 69,000

states in preparing future school principals

hours last year, and students contributed

and other education leaders.

254,000 hours to enhancing area commu-

• The School of Nursing has been named

nities.

the Nursing Program of the Year three

• The Columbia Theatre for the Performing

times in the last seven years by the

Arts is a venue for a wide range of educa-

Louisiana State Nurses Foundation.

tional and entertaining events. Fanfare,

• Southeastern in 2008 was named a

the annual festival of the arts, has enter-

“Great College to Work for” by The

tained and educated thousands over 23

Chronicle of High Education. The only

seasons, attracting more than 130,000

Louisiana institution to be recognized in

patrons in 2008.

the survey, Southeastern received high

• Multiple service-learning courses provide

marks in 10 different areas, including col-

students the opportunity to serve their

laborative governance, job satisfaction and

communities while participating in hands-

confidence in leadership.

on learning.

• In order to encourage students to complete their undergraduate degree in four

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Academic Excellence

years, Southeastern offers a unique

• Incoming freshman ACT average com-

“Progression Scholarship” to students who

posite scores (21.2) last fall exceeded

demonstrate satisfactory progress toward

both the state and national averages.

graduation.

Highly qualified students entering

• Southeastern’s redesigned mathematics

Southeastern – those with ACT scores of

courses have increased success in cours-

24 and above – have increased nearly 50

es often considered “barriers” to student

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University Degree Programs Undergraduate Programs College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Art Communication Criminal Justice Cultural Resource Management English French History Liberal Arts Studies Music Political Science Psychology Sociology Spanish College of Business Accounting Business Administration Finance Management Marketing

success. In two years, the college algebra

Campus Living

success rate has improved by 27 percent

• Campus living is convenient, smart and

and the withdrawal rate is steadily falling.

fun! Southeastern students have the opportunity to meet and mingle with peo-

Successful Alumni

ple of different backgrounds, interests,

• Alumni of Southeastern are successful in

ideas, experiences, and goals.

all areas of business, government, and

Southeastern's campus provides dining

entertainment. Recently recognized as dis-

halls, library, bookstore, health center,

tinguished alums are Good Morning

swimming pool, tennis courts, student

America anchor Robin Roberts, El

activity center and a student union with a

Salvadore Finance Minister William

game room, snack bars, and post office.

Handal, Federal Judge James Brady,

• Southeastern’s eight state-of-the-art resi-

Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Russell

dence halls, plus apartment-style

Carollo, and former American Heart

Southeastern Oaks and the Village fea-

Association Chair Colletta C. Barrett.

tures the amenities today’s students seek

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College of Education and Human Development Art Education Early Childhood Education (Pre K-3) Elementary Education (1-5) Health and Physical Education Family and Consumer Sciences Music Education Secondary Education (6-12) English Education French Education Health and Physical Education Mathematics Education Science Education Social Studies Education Spanish Education Speech Education Social Work Special Education Mild/Moderate Disabilities College of Nursing and Health Sciences Athletic Training Communication Sciences & Disorders Health Education and Promotion Health Studies Kinesiology Nursing

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College of Science and Technology Biological Sciences Chemistry Computer Science Horticulture Industrial Technology Mathematics Physics

such as privacy, cable TV, and wireless

Technology with mechanical, construction,

Internet.

computer science, and industrial technolo-

• Southeastern is the only university in

gy concentrations, and additional clinical

Louisiana, and one of just a few in the

training in radiology technology.

nation where students rent, not buy, text-

• Since opening in 2003, the Southeast

books. At Southeastern, students pay a

Louisiana Business Center has facilitated

small rental fee at the beginning of the

125 new business starts, more than $120

semester, and simply return books at the

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Division of General Studies General Studies

end, resulting in a significant savings.

incubator “graduates” creating nearly 50

Master’s Programs Applied Sociology Biology Business Administration 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 Communications Psychology

Workforce Development

capital; and the completion of nearly 40

• Nearly 57,000 degrees over the last 50

business and industry economic impact

years with 20,053 graduates between

studies.

1998 and 2007. Southeastern’s top gradu-

• A survey of employers who have hired

ate producing programs include education,

Southeastern graduates indicates that

health and related clinical sciences, engi-

more than 75 percent found Southeastern

neering technicians, business administra-

graduates were better prepared for

tion and social services.

employment when compared to other

• A number of new undergraduate degrees

employees; all said they would readily hire

have been specifically designed to meet

another Southeastern graduate.

jobs and more than $15 million in new

area workforce demands. These include Supply Chain Management, Engineering

Ph.D. Program Educational Leadership

With its School of Nursing located in Baton Rouge and satellite campuses in Walker and Mandeville, Southeastern continues its mission of improving the level of education and quality of life for the citizens of the Florida Parishes. Through each center’s programs, adults and children will attain long-term economic benefits associated with improved education; become more comfortable with reading, writing, math, science, and technology; and become better informed on environmental issues in modern society.

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Campus Living outheastern's housing community offers something for everyone. You may choose to live in one of our residence halls which feature shared room or private room options. Shared rooms are double-occupancy while our private rooms feature singleoccupancy private bedrooms. Qualified students may also consider Southeastern Oaks, our on-campus apartments (pictured). Southeastern Oaks features two-bedroom and fourbedroom options with a living room and full kitchen. We also offer the The Village which provides housing for student organizations, including sororities and fraternities. All rooms are fully furnished with moveable furniture so you can be creative in the design of your own space.

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Amenities • Basic Cable • Telephone Services • High-Speed Internet • Dining Facilities • Climate-Controlled • Security • Mail Service • Card Access • Laundry Facilities • Convenience Store

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The Southeastern Channel is the educational cable television channel for Southeastern. Onthe-air 24 hours a day, seven days a week, the Southeastern Channel broadcasts over Charter Cable, reaching into 92,000 homes with a potential audience of over 240,000 viewers throughout the North Shore area.

University Facilities

Claude Pennington Student Activity Center

rom an award-winning campus television station to a state-ofthe-art student activity center, Southeastern has some of the finest facilities for students to pursue their education. The University has undergone a $140 million construction program that has transformed the campus, including new residential facilities, classroom and lab buildings. Located in the center of campus, Sims Memorial Library contains a col-

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lection of more than 390,000 volumes and is a partial depository for over 232,000 federal and state government publications. It is also the home to the Center For Southeast Louisiana Studies, which promotes the history and the cultures of Louisiana's Florida Parishes and surrounding areas. Students can also pursue their degree at satellite campuses in Mandeville, Livingston along with the School of Nursing in Baton Rouge.

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Robin Roberts ‘83 (pictured with Southeastern Director of Athletics Joel Erdmann), a standout in women's basketball at Southeastern before assuming a career in television that has included spots on ESPN and as co-host of ABC’s Good Morning America, was one of seven former NCAA student-athletes who were named recipients of the 2008 NCAA Silver Anniversary Award at the 43rd annual NCAA Honors Celebration in Nashville.

Prominent Alumni The 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 – more than 50,000 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.

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Christine Amertil

James Brady

Russell Carollo

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 Christine Amertil ‘00 - Three-time Olympian for her native Bahamas, finished seventh in the 400-meter dash at the 2004 Athens Games. Dr. Fanancy Anzalone ‘77 - Retired in 2006 as one of the United States Navy's top medical administrators. Is now the Miami Area Medical Administrator for American Airlines, overseeing more than 9,000 employees in an area that encompasses the eastern U.S., Caribbean, and Central and South America. Coletta Barrett ‘91 - Vice president of policy development and research for the Louisiana Hospital Association. 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.

Bill Evans

Albert Kuhn

Vic Biazis ‘81 - President of Wisdom Global Adhesives Group, a worldwide industrial adhesives sales organization. James Brady ‘66 - United States District Judge and former vice chairman and chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee. Kirk Bullinger ‘92 - Spent 14 years in professional baseball with stints with Major League teams Montreal, Boston, Philadelphia and Houston. Paul Candies ‘62 - President and Chief Operating Officer of Otto Candies, LLC of Des Allemands, La. Russell Carollo ‘80 - Pulitzer Prize Winning Author 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.

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Andre Coudrain ‘79 - 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. Hugh Doss ‘64 - Chairman of the Board of Renal South and president/CEO of HDC Medical, Inc. Bill Evans ‘50 - Recorded more than 70 albums, won seven Grammy Awards and earned an international following as a jazz musician. Calvin Fayard ‘65 - Attorney, key role in leading the litigation team in the Combustion, Inc. environmental class action suit. The precedent-setting suit was settled on behalf of more than 10,000 Livingston Parish residents. Mayson Foster - Current Mayor of Hammond. Retired as president and chief operating office at Citizens National Bank in 1997. Served in leadership positions with Hancock Bank and Parish National Bank. Bob Fresneda - Managing Director for ReadSoft North America, a document automation software company whose global headquarters are in Sweden. John Fred Gourrier - Co-wrote "Judy in Disguise", a parody of The Beatles song "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds". The song became enormously successful, ironically knocking another Beatles song ("Hello, Goodbye") out of the No. 1 chart position on the Billboard Hot 100 for two weeks in January 1968. William J. Handal ‘74 - Minister of Finance for the Republic of El Salvador. Distinguished himself in the business world with a long time career with Taca International Airlines. Dr. Nancy Douglas Joyner ‘67 - Dean, Lutheran College Washington Semester in Arlington, Va. Dr. John Kenelly ‘57 - Professor of Mathematics at Clemson University. Known nationally for his interest in using technology to revitalize mathematics instruction. Billy Kennedy ‘86 - Guided Southeastern to the 2005 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championships, currently the head coach at Murray State University. Albert Kuhn ‘65 - Vice President at IBM, heads IBM’s Global Delivery Project, a $4 billion, fiveyear information technology out-tasking program between the IBM and American Express. Nate Lofton - Currently playing basketball with the Harlem Globetrotters, led Southeastern to the 2005 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championships. Bob Odom ‘57 - Former Louisiana Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry, who served from 19802008. Now in the private sector, operates a consulting company to work with farmers on a statewide and national basis Charles O'Drobinak ‘53 - Rose through the ranks to become a member of the top policy board of national accounting giant Price Waterhouse. Woody Oge ‘67 - Site director for Avondale Operations, a division of Northrop Grumman Ship Systems. Dr. Clea Parker ‘48 - Ninth President of Southeastern Louisiana University John Pieno, Jr. ‘62 - Chairman of the Florida Sterling Council since its inception in 1992. A retired Navy Captain, former Secretary of the Department of Administration, has worked as an executive in the defense industry, and as a Washington congressional liaison.

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Academic All-Americans Nina Knavs

Vladimir Paunic

Former Southeastern softball player Brooke Lockhart (pictured with former Southeastern President Randy Moffett during the University’s Spring 2008 Commencement Ceremony) was one of three student-athletes to be named to the ESPN the Magazine/College Sports Information Directors of America Academic All-America Team. Lockhart, a native of Christchurch, N.Z., was a third-team selection and was joined by men’s tennis performer Vladimir Paunic and women’s tennis standout Nina Knavs who were each third-team selections on the At-Large squad. Lockhart is the first representative from the Southeastern softball program since Tara Maus claimed Academic All-America honors 1991 and 1992. Paunic is the first men’s tennis player to receive Academic All-America honors since twotime recipient Ola Fjellstrom in 1990-91 while Knavs is the first women’s player since Renata Smekalova to earn Academic All-America honors. Southeastern Academic All-Americans Haken Bennhage Men’s Tennis Brett Bergeron Men’s Golf Janice Ezegbunum Women’s Track and Field Ola Fjellstrom Men’s Tennis Steve Grigas Men’s Basketball Mikael Jonsson Men’s Tennis Nina Knavs Women’s Tennis Brooke Lockhart Softball Tara Maus Softball Vladimir Paunic Men’s Tennis Renata Smekalova Women’s Tennis

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Athletic Facilities 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. For home basketball games, there’s no denying the electric atmosphere in “The Jungle.” The Lions baseball team is fortunate to play in one of the finest collegiate parks in the region at Pat Kenelly Diamond in stately Alumni Field.

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Named for all Southeastern Louisiana alumni as well as long-time coach Pat Kenelly, the park holds over 3,000 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). Nestled amongst soaring pines, Alumni Field is enclosed by a two-tier fence and includes state-of-the-art lighting, an inning-by-inning scoreboard with message center, field-level box seating and a fully-functional press and radio box. As far as history goes, almost no place on campus can claim as much as hallowed Strawberry Stadium. Built in 1937 the venerable 7,408-seat stadium is the home of the Southeastern gridiron and track and field squads. The field was renovated in 2003 with the installation of a new state-of-the art synthetic surface called SprinTurf.

Other upgrades including a revamped visitor’s locker room and across the board aesthetic improvements. Coming on line for the 2008 season will be a new press box with club seats and suites available. Boasting the same surface used for the 1992 U.S. Olympic Trials in New Orleans, the Lions and Lady Lions track and field squad trains in an outstanding facility which recently underwent over $250,000 in improvements. Across campus, the Southeastern Soccer Complex has seen improvements as well. Home to the 1998 and ‘99, 2002 and 2003 Southland Conference champions, a new fence, scoreboard and field improvements were added and continue to make the complex one of the finest in the south. Part of the beautiful North Oak Park recreation complex, Southeastern’s lighted softball field continues to improve each year. Under the guid-

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ance of head coach Pete Langlois, new dugouts have been added, lights installed and stadium seating capacity increased in his tenure. Prior to the start of the 2005 season, a new press box and operations center was added and the Lady Lions hosted the 2005 Southland Conference tournament for the first time. 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 facility. Through the ambitious efforts of golf coach Tim Baldwin, Southeastern has an agreement with Carter Plantation one of the top new courses in the state - and the Lions have a first-class practice and playing facility to utilize. The Southeastern tennis courts located just north of the heart of the SLU campus continue to improve as well. New nets and scoreboards were installed and court resurfacing added to the Lady Lions impressive eightcourt facility. Southeastern coaches and staff along with the football locker room reside in the Dugas Center for Athletics located adjacent to the south end of Strawberry Stadium. The facility, built in 1971, houses offices for administrative staff, as well as football, tennis, baseball and golf. Recent renovations provided space for the Lions’ new programs and staff as well as provided new office and locker room space for baseball.

Pat Kenelly Diamond at Alumni Field

Southeastern Tennis Courts

Southeastern Soccer Complex

North Oak Park

Dugas Center for Southeastern Athletics

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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 141-85-3 record at Strawberry Stadium which includes nine perfect home records. The Lions winning percentage at home is 61.6 percent.

WINNING SEASONS Of the 46 seasons of football at Strawberry Stadium since 1946, Southeastern has produced a winner 33 out of 46 years including nine undefeated home campaigns. The last team to go undefeated at Strawberry Stadium was the 1976 squad under head coach Billy Brewer.

Strawberry Stadium 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.

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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 10/3/81 11/6/82 11/8/03 10/4/03 9/4/03 8/30/03 9/25/04 10/2/82 10/30/04 11/12/05 10/12/74 9/2/04 10/2/04 10/18/03 9/25/82

Att. 12,000 10,000 9,758 9,758 9,708 9,708 9,480 9,400 9,137 9,108 9,100 9,078 9,021 9,013 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

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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Yearly Record at Strawberry Stadium (since 1946) Year 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 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 All-time

Home 5-0 1-3 1-4 3-2 3-1 3-1 4-1 2-1 5-0 2-4 5-0 0-3-1 1-2 1-1 6-0 6-0 5-0 3-2-1 4-0 3-2 2-2 4-1 2-2 3-3 2-3 0-6 2-4 3-2 5-0 4-2 6-0 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 3-2 141-85-3

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 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

Undefeated home seasons - 9 Most home wins - 6, 6-0 (1960, 61, 76) 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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Football Facilities he Southeastern Football Locker Room (above), made possible through the generous support of Mr. Claude Penn and Mr. George Lockhart, provides the Lions a firstclass retreat before and after practice or games. The room features nearly 100 hand-made lockers, each with under seat and overhead storage. The Lions hold team meetings in the Dugas Center for Southeastern Athletics, highlighted by the Squad Room which is located on the second floor. Located adjacent to Pat Kenelly Diamond at Alumni Field, the Southeastern Practice Fields allow the team to prepare for each game. Two 100-yard long fields with a filming tower located between each field, allows the coaching staff to evaluate players. Recently completed on the southeast corner of the Dugas Center, is a new state-of-the-art 8,000-square foot weight room that place all aspects of the football operations within close proximity.

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Athletic Training nder the direction of head athletic trainer Tony Trombetta, the Sports Medicine program at Southeastern is at the forefront of athletic training in the state and region. Trombetta and his staff rely on numerous methods in first preventing injuries and are well-equipped in handling them when they do occur. Through a diligent preventative maintenance program, Trombetta’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.

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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)

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Strength and Conditioning he mission of the Southeastern Strength and Conditioning program is to develop our student-athletes both physically and mentally to be able to compete for and win a Southland Conference Championship. Under the direction of Scott Reeves, Director for Sport Performance, the core of the program is based on multijoint movements involving large muscle groups. Exercises such as the power clean, squat, and variations of these lifts make up the bulk of the program. Special assistance exercises and accessory lifts supplement the core lifts all of which serve to improve athletic performance and to prevent injuries. The Southeastern program touches on all aspects of athletics performance including strength, speed,

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endurance, agility, flexibility, mental toughness, and nutrition. The strength staff works closely with the sports medicine staff to help prevent injuries and ensure that there is a quick return to full athletic ability if an injury happens to occur. Our goal as a staff is for our program to teach the student athletes about dedication, commitment and hard work. Three things that will help them excel as athletes, student, and in their professional life after athletics.

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Academic Success he staff at the Academic Center 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 monitoring and career transition after eligibility is exhausted. An Assistant Athletic Director for Academic Support along with an Academic Coordinator and two Graduate Assistants work closely with all student-athletes 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.

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Academic Training Camp is an academic support program for all student-athletes designed to provide academic support services based on the individual needs of the studentathlete. With a goal of classroom excellence, Academic Training Camp provides support for the whole student athlete. The ultimate goal is for each Southeastern student-athlete to graduate with an undergraduate degree of their choice and become a productive person in our society. Structured Learning • Supervised study hall • Objective based study hall

Workshops • Academic workshops • Personal development workshops

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Subject Tutoring • Individual tutoring • Group tutoring • Exam preparation sessions

Academic Training Camp

Motto: “Providing Academic Support to the Whole Student-Athlete”

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Giving Back ince the arrival of head coach Mike Lucas, the Southeastern 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. Under the direction of assistant coach Tyronee Williams, the Lions have performed numerous services throughout the Hammond community. They have cleaned up debris left by Hurricane Katrina both on campus and at a local day care center as part

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of the Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration, read to elementary school children numerous times and have volunteered at both the Louisiana Special Olympics and Ladies’ Top 28 High School Basketball Tournament just to name a few. 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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CHAMPS/Lifeskills 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 Chris Bentley 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

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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:

• 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.

• 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.

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Athletic History outheastern Louisiana University’s S storied athletic history dates back over three-quarters of a century. Now, 15 intercollegiate sports strong, with nearly 330 student-athletes, the Lions are set to enter their 13th 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 20 conference championships, including the 2009 Men’s Track and Field Championships and the 2008-09 East Division title in women’s basketball. Southeastern’s athletic history has

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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 60-year 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 the past three 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 1998’s championship tournament, along with qualifying six golfers for the NCAA championship tournament five times and advancing to the NCAA regionals in 2000 and 2007; with the baseball team playing in two NCAA championship regionals in the 1990s; qualifying numerous individuals for the NCAA Championship indoor and outdoor track meets and advancing studentathletes 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 award in the Southland and the state of Louisiana. Southeastern student-athletes have also earned Academic All-American recognition; most recently in softball, while four individuals were named the Southland Conference Student-Athlete of the Year in the 2008-09 Academic Year.

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All-Time CONFERENCE/NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS Football (7)

Golf (7)

1946 1952 1953 1954 1956 1960 1961

1973 1974 1978 1992 1994 1998 2000

Louisiana Intercollegiate Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States

Men’s Tennis (4) Gulf South Gulf South Gulf South Trans America Athletic Trans America Athletic Southland Southland

Baseball (11)

Men’s Basketball (7)

1953 1955 1957 1962 1963 1965 1966 1976 1992 1993 1994

1953-54 1972-73 1984-85 1994-95 2003-04 2004-05 2005

Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf South Trans America Athletic Trans America Athletic West Trans America Athletic

Women’s Basketball (3) 1976-77 2006-07 2008-09

AIAW National Champions Southland (East) Southland (East)

Gulf States Gulf States Gulf Star Trans America Athletic West Southland Southland SLC Tournament

Soccer (5) 1998 1999 2002 2003 2006

SLC Tournament Southland Southland Southland Southland

Men’s Cross Country (1) 1973

Gulf South

1954 1966 1987 2006

Gulf States Gulf States Gulf Star Southland

Women’s Tennis (7) 1993 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008

Trans America Athletic SLC Tournament Southland SLC Tournament Southland SLC Tournament Southland

Volleyball (4) 1993 1994 1995 1996

Trans America Athletic Trans America Athletic Trans America Athletic Trans America Athletic

West West West West

Men’s Track and Field (5) 1972 1973 1975 1975 2009

Gulf South Gulf South Gulf South NAIA National Champions Southland

Softball (1) 1994

Trans America Athletic West

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Southland Conference n an era of considerable change in intercollegiate athletics, 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. What began as a small gathering of college administrators more than 45 years ago, the Southland Conference has transformed itself into a dynamic and respected consortium of 12 member universities in three states. Beginning with a historic meeting of five institutions in Dallas on March 15, 1963, that included current members Lamar University (then Lamar State College of Technology) and the University of Texas at Arlington (then Arlington State College), the Southland Conference set on an extraordinary course that has proven successful well into its fifth decade of existence. Southland Conference football ranks among the best Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) leagues in the nation,

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and enjoys an annual expectation of competing for the national championship with multiple teams advancing to the NCAA playoffs each year. 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 sixth such title game appearance since the league joined FCS in 1982. All told, Southland teams have played in 89 Division I playoff games in 27 years, winning 42 of the contests. Historically, the Southland’s successful football heritage has sustained itself through numerous membership and classification changes. Originally an NAIA conference, the Southland joined the NCAA College Division in 1968. The College Division was re-named NCAA Division II in 1973, and the league played two seasons in that class. The Southland was an NCAA Division I league from 1975-81, before joining the ranks of FCS in 1982, its home ever since. In the 2009 NFL Draft, the league

saw four players taken, the most among FCS conferences and the most since five were selected in the 2002 NFL Draft. The league had two players selected in each of the three previous drafts and has seen 21 players taken in the NFL Draft since 2000. 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, Fred Barnett, Roger Carr, Marvin Upshaw, Larry Centers, Kavika Pittman, Mike Barber, Bruce Collie, Tim McKyer, Pat Tilley, Jackie Harris, Eugene Seale, Bubby Brister, Billy Ryckman, Rafael Septien, Buford Jordan, Marcus Spears, Terrance Shaw, and Ray Brown.

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Southland Conference Member Institutions Central Arkansas Lamar McNeese State Nicholls State Northwestern State Sam Houston State Southeastern Louisiana Stephen F. Austin Texas-Arlington Texas-San Antonio Texas State Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 2008 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE FOOTBALL MEMBERSHIP 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. TEXAS STATE Bobcats Joined SLC - 1987 Located: San Marcos, Texas 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.

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Conference History fter returning football to the campus of Southeastern Louisiana University following an 18-year absence and playing for two years as a Division IAA Independent, the Lions prepare for their fifth season as a member of the Southland Conference. Joining Southeastern’s 14 other athletic programs which joined the league in 1997-98, Southeastern competed as a full-fledged Southland Conference member for the first time in 2005 and was immediately eligible for the league title as well as the corresponding automatic berth to the NCAA Division I-AA (now FCS) playoffs. The Lions are one of eight football-playing institutions in the SLC spread throughout Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas. Southeastern joins fellow Louisiana members Northwestern State, McNeese State and Nicholls State along with Central Arkansas and Texas schools - Texas State, Sam Houston State, and Stephen F. Austin. The most recent conference affiliation for the Lions on the gridiron was the Gulf Star Conference when they were a member from 1984-1985. From 198083, the Lions played as a I-AA Independent after moving up from Division II following the 1979 season. The Lions played in the Gulf South Conference, one of the top Division II leagues in the country, from 1971-78 and were a member of the NAIA Gulf States Conference from 1948-1970. In 1946-47, the Lions were a part of the Louisiana Intercollegiate Conference. With its current conference affiliation, the Lions will also vie to win their first conference title since 1961. That year, under legendary head coach Stan Galloway, Southeastern won the final of its six GSC championships and its last football conference championship to date.

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Hammond: Crossroads of the South pioneering railroad town, Hammond has been a staple of Northshore life since 1830 when Peter Hammond decided to call a tract of land 55 miles outside of New Orleans home. At the turn of the 20th century, Hammond struck gold—in the form of red. With the development of the strawberry industry, Hammond saw another explosion in growth. The city became a center for growing, processing, and shipping strawberries. Boxcar loads of strawberries became a staple of the area. As trains left the city headed north, the money flowed south.

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Hammond prospered throughout the rest of the 20th century. Planes began flying into the area and a university came to town. Industry moved in, and with it, more people. As the interstate corridors of I-55 and I-12 developed, Hammond’s footprint did too. People are choosing Hammond because of its close proximity between New Orleans and Baton Rouge. More shops, restaurants, and culture are less than an hour drive. Small town living with big city flare gives Hammond a lifestyle edge.

Distance Chart (Courtesy of MapQuest.com) Atlanta, Ga. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 1/2 hours Biloxi, Miss. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 1/2 hours Birmingham, Ala. . . . . . . . . . .5 1/2 hours Dallas, Texas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 hours Houston, Texas . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 hours Jackson, Miss. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 hours Little Rock, Ark. . . . . . . . . . . .7 1/2 hours Memphis, Tenn. . . . . . . . . . . . .5 1/2 hours Mobile, Ala. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 1/2 hours Monroe, La. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 hours Nashville, Tenn. . . . . . . . . . . . .8 1/2 hours Orlando, Fla. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 1/2 hours Pensacola, Fla. . . . . . . . . . . . .3 1/2 hours San Antonio, Texas . . . . . . . . . .8 hours Shreveport, La. . . . . . . . . . . . .4 1/2 hours

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Opened in 1975, the Louisiana Superdome has hosted six Super Bowls, four NCAA Final Fours, two BCS National Championship games, the 1988 Republican National Convention and Pope John Paul II.

Louisiana: The Sportsman’s Paradise

Aquarium of the Americas

Louisiana Quick Facts Admitted to Union . . . . . . .April 30, 1812 State Colors . . . . . . . . .Gold, White, Blue State Bird . . . . . . .Eastern Brown Pelican State Dog . . . . . .Catahoula Leopard Dog State Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bald Cypress State Flower . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Magnolia Nickname . . . . . . . . . . .The Pelican State Population . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.3 million State Capitol . . . . . . . . . . . .Baton Rouge

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ocated in the heart of the Deep South, the state of Louisiana has something for everyone. From the excitement of New Orleans and Mardi Gras to historic plantations and arguably the finest cuisine in the world, the culture, mystique and history that is Louisiana is second to none. Dubbed the Sportsman’s Paradise and long-known as the premier place for outdoor activities, Louisiana boasts some of the nation’s best hunting, fishing, camping and boating for the avid sportsman. Boiled crawfish, jambalaya, red beans and rice, etouffee and gumbo are delicacies in Louisiana and visitors travel worldwide to taste the state’s culinary delights. Travelers spend an estimated $5.2 billion in the state each year. Major tourist attractions include the New Orleans French Quarter, the

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Tangipahoa Parish: So Much To Do! hroughout the year, Tangipahoa Parish celebrates its roots while looking to the future in many festivals held across the parish. These world-renowned festivals include the Oyster Festival, the Strawberry Festival, the Black Heritage Festival, the Italian Festival, the Dairy Festival, and during Mardi Gras season, the Krewes of Omega and Alias Mardi Gras Parades roll through the city of Hammond. October is a very special month in Tangipahoa Parish. It’s the month-long celebration of the arts when Tangipahoa Parish participants with Southeastern Louisiana University’s Fanfare. Nationally known artists and performers visit the SLU campus and the Tangipahoa community to perform, lecture and showcase their special talents. Each year the event grows by attracting more and more visitors from across the state and the region. Additionally, Tangipahoa Parish has historical and cultural museums

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such as the Camp Moore Confederate Museum and Cemetery in the village of Tangipahoa, the Italian Cultural Museum in Independence and the Kentwood Cultural Museum. The Joyce Wildlife Swamp Walk, Kliebert’s Turtle and Alligator Farm, and Global Wildlife Center offers visitors a view of wildlife in their natural habitat. For shoppers, “America’s Antique City” in Ponchatoula features antiques, art, crafts, collectibles, pottery and many other items which make the city a shoppers’ paradise. Historic downtown Hammond is quickly becoming the arts hub of the Northshore, with art galleries, wine shops and coffee houses as well as first class hotels and world-renowned restaurants. Ideally located 45 miles from New Orleans, 40 miles from Baton Rouge and 75 miles from the Mississippi Gulf Coast, Tangipahoa Parish offers a multitude of social and entertainment activities.

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Table of Contents

Table of Contents IFC 2-5 6 7 8 9 10-11 12-13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20-21 22-23 24 25 26

2009 Schedule This is Southeastern Campus Living University Facilities Prominent Alumni Academic All-Americans Athletic Facilities Strawberry Stadium Football Facilities Athletic Training Strength and Conditioning Academic Success Giving Back CHAMPS/Lifeskills Athletic History The Southland Conference Hammond, Louisiana State of Louisiana Tangipahoa Parish

MEDIA INFORMATION 28 Table of Contents 29 Media Outlets 30-31 Media Information/Radio Network 32 Media Relations Staff, Quick Facts PREVIEW 33 Depth Chart/Signing Class 34-35 Numerical Roster 36-41 2008 Preview/Position Analysis 2009 LIONS 42-66 Player Profiles 67-68 Newcomer Profiles

Credits Editor: Layout and Design:

Matt Sullivan Matt Sullivan, Kemmler Chapple Cover design: Matt Sullivan Research: Sanitra Davis, Jessica Barnes, Charlie Gillingham, Larry Hymel

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COACHING STAFF 69-71 Head Coach Mike Lucas 72 Tommy Condell 73 Matt Webb 74 Allen Rudolph 75 Patrick Garvin 76 Tyronee Williams 77 Sam Petitto 78 Tyler Paopao, Dexter Falgoust 79 Cody Samples, Mike Neville 80 Tony Trombetta/Scott Reeves 2009 OPPONENTS 81-86 Opponent Profiles 87 Most Common Opponents, Future Schedules, All-Time Record vs. 2009 Opponents 88 Record against All-Time Opponents 89 FCS Polls, FCS Playoffs/Champions THE REVIEW 90-93 Game-by-Game Recaps 94 2008 Results/Team Statistics 94-97 Individual Statistics 98 Game Superlatives 99 Starting Lineups/By The Numbers 100-104 Southland Standings/Statistics

THE HONORS 122-123 Lion All-Americans 124 All-Conference/State Performers 125 Captains, MVPs, Honors 126-130 All-Time Roster 131-136 Southeastern Football History THE TRADITION 137 Spirit Groups/Alma Mater/Fight Song 138 Southeastern Traditions 139 Retired Numbers 140 Gameday at Southeastern 141 1946 Perfect Season 142 1954 Perfect Season 143 The First Game Back 144-145 Lions In The Pros 146 The River Bell Classic 147 Southeastern Hall of Fame ADMINISTRATION 148 Dr. John Crain 149 Dr. Joel Erdmann 150 Southeastern Head Coaches 151 Staff Directory 152 Lion Athletic Association

THE RECORDS 105-107 Highlight Performances 108-113 Season/Career Leaders 114-116 Yearly Leaders 117-121 Year-By-Year Results 121 Season Openers, Homecoming

Photography Randy Bergeron, Claude Levet, Southeastern Louisiana Archives, National Football League, Sam Houston State University, New Orleans Metropolitan Convention and Visitors Bureau, Louisiana Department of Culture, Recreation & Tourism, Baton Rouge Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, Tangipahoa Parish Convention and Visitor's Bureau.

Printing Champion Graphics - Baton Rouge.

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Media Outlets PRINT Outlet

Address

Phone / Fax

Hammond Daily Star

P.O. Box 1149, Hammond, LA 70404

(985) 254-7821 / (985) 543-0006

Baton Rouge Advocate

P.O. Box 588, Baton Rouge, LA 70821

(225) 383-1111 / (225) 388-0318

George Morris (sports@theadvocate.com)

New Orleans Times Picayune

3800 Howard Ave., New Orleans, LA 70140

(504) 826-3405 / (504) 826-3401

Tammy Nunez (sports@timespicayune.com)

St. Tammany News

P.O. Box 90, Covington, LA 70434

(985) 892-7980 / (985) 893-1527

Mike Pervel (mike.pervel@wickcommunications.com)

Livingston Parish News

P.O. Box 1529, Denham Springs, LA 70726

(225) 665-5176 / (225) 667-0167

Sam Muffoletto (sports@livingstonparishnews.com)

Ponchatoula Times (Weekly)

P.O. Box 743, Ponchatoula, LA 70454

(985) 386-2877 / (985) 386-0458

Sports Editor (ptimes@ponchatoula.com)

Amite-Tangi Digest (Weekly)

120 NE Central Ave., Amite, LA 70422

(985) 748-7156 / (985) 748-7104

Sports Editor (atdnews@bellsouth.net)

Lions Roar (On campus)

SLU 877, Hammond, LA 70402-0877

(985) 549-3731 / (985) 549-3842

Don Aime (donald.aime@selu.edu)

1001 Howard Ave., New Orleans, LA 70140

(800) 662-7717 / (504) 586-0531

Brett Martel (nrle@ap.org)

Station

Address

Phone / Fax

WAFB-TV (CBS - Ch. 9)

844 Government St., Baton Rouge, LA 70802

(225) 215-4826, 379-7876 / (225) 379-7880

Contact (E-Mail) John Lenz (sports@hammondstar.com)

WIRE SERVICE Associated Press TELEVISION

Sports Director: Steve Schneider WBRZ-TV (ABC - Ch. 2)

Reporters: Jacques Doucet, Erin Cofiell 1650 Highland Rd., Baton Rouge, LA 70802

Sports Director: Michael Cauble

(225) 336-2361 / (225) 336-2246

Reporter: Chris Sabadie, Kristen Eargle

WVLA-TV (NBC - Ch. 33)

10000 Perkins Rd., Baton Rouge, LA 70810

(225) 768-9195 / (225) 768-9293

WWL-TV (CBS - Ch. 4)

1024 N. Rampart, New Orleans, LA 70016

(504) 529-6291 / (504) 529-6472

Sports Director: Jim Henderson WDSU-TV (NBC - Ch. 6) Sports Director: Fletcher Mackel WGNO-TV (ABC - Ch. 26) Sports Director: Ed Daniels WVUE-TV (FOX - Ch. 8)

(504) 679-0657 / (504) 679-0733 (504) 619-6331 / (504) 619-6332

Weekend Anchor: Adam Norris P.O. Box 13847, New Orleans, LA 70185

Sports Director: Eric Richey

Mobile Phone ..........................(985) 981-0009 E-mail .................................rsullivan@selu.edu

Weekend Anchor: Keli Fulton 365 Canal St., New Orleans, LA 70130

Assistant AD/Media Relations.........Matt Sullivan Office Phone ...........................(985) 549-2142

Reporters: Juan Kincaid, Scott Cody 846 Howard Ave., New Orleans, LA 70113

Southeastern Media Relations Quick Reference

Associate Director..............Kemmler Chapple (504) 483-1527 / (504) 483-1543

Weekend Anchor: Rob Ennis

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

Hammond The Southeastern Channel

SLU 12872, Hammond, LA 70402

(985) 549-2418 / (985) 549-2365

General Manager: Rick Settoon

Mailing Address ...........................SLU 10309, ........................................Hammond, LA 70402 Overnight Address .............800 Galloway Dr.

RADIO KSLU-FM 90.9

SLU 783, Hammond, LA 70402-0783

Director: Todd Delaney WHMD-FM 107.1/WTGG-FM 96.5

(985) 549-2330 / (985) 549-3960

Sports: TBA 200 E. Thomas St., Hammond, LA 70401

(985) 419-0965 / (985) 542-9377

5555 Hilton Ave., Baton Rouge, LA 70809

(225) 231-1860 / (225) 499-9696

Sports Director: Richie Clark WJBO-AM 1150/WSKR-AM 1210

Press Box Number: ......(985) 549-2443, 2444 Website:............................www.LionSports.net

Director: Matt Kennedy, Josh Innes WWL-AM 870

....................................... Hammond, LA 70402 Fax............................................(985) 549-3773

1450 Poydras St., New Orleans, LA 70112

Facebook:...................Southeastern Louisiana ............................................University Athletics

(504) 593-6376 / (504) 593-1850

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

Sports: Deke Bellevia, Bobby Hebert, Mark Chifici, Gus Kattengell WGSO-AM 990

2250 Gause Blvd. E, Suite 205, Slidell, LA 70461 (985) 639-3820 / (985) 639-3869

Sports: Ken Trahan, Jude Young LOUISIANA NETWORK

10500 Coursey Blvd., Baton Rouge, LA 70816

(225) 291-2727 / (225) 291-7539

The Southland Conference

2600 Network Blvd., Frisco, TX 75034

(972) 422-9500 / (972) 422-9225

Todd Lamb (tlamb@southland.org)

The Sports Network

2200 Byberry Rd., Hatboro, PA 19040

(215) 441-8444 / (215) 441-5767

David Coulson (dcoulson@sportsnetwork.com)

College Sporting News

P.O. Box 5101, Skokie, IL 60076

(847) 675-5180 / (847) 675-5180

Ralph Wallace (Ralph.Wallace@collegesportingnews.com)

PA-SportsTicker

55 Realty Dr., Ste. 200, Cheshire CT 06410

(800) 367-8935 / (800) 336-0383

Traci Tuohy (traci.tuohy@pa-sportsticker.com)

NewOrleans.com

839 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, LA 70130

(504) 309-1004 / (504) 309-1630

Ken Trahan (trahan@neworleans.com)

NOLA.com

3800 Howard Ave., New Orleans, LA 70140

(504) 299-3500

David Gladow (dgladow@nola.com)

Sports: Jeff Palermo OTHER

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Media Information

he Southeastern Louisiana University football team and the Southeastern Sports Information Office wish to thank you for your interest and coverage of the 2009 Lions. This publication is designed to assist you in your coverage of Southeastern Football. Please feel free to contact the Southeastern Sports Information Office for any additional information. The Southeastern Sports Information Office is located on the second floor of West Strawberry Stadium, rooms 201-204.

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Mailing Address: Southeastern Sports Information SLU 10309 Hammond, LA 70402 Phone: (985) 549-2142

Overnight Mailing Address: Southeastern Sports Information 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 Matt Sullivan, Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations. 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 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.

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SATELLITE TRUCK ACCESS Media outlets requesting satellite truck access must request such in advance through Matt Sullivan in the Sports Information 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.

PHOTO DECK 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 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.

availability and should be requested through the Southeastern Sports Information Office.

INTERVIEWS Interviews with Mike Lucas or any assistant Southeastern football coach should be coordinated through Assistant AD for Media Relations Matt Sullivan. Interviews with players must be coordinated through Associate Director of Media Relations Kemmler Chapple the Sports Information Office at least one day in advance to minimize demands on the student-athlete’s time. No player interviews will be conducted after Thursday. Phone interviews must also be coordinated through the Sports Information Office with the requested player returning the call at an agreed upon time from the Sports Information 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 Lucas and players will be available for brief interviews if requested. Please coordinate with the Sports Information staff person in attendance.

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-byplay 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

POSTGAME Southeastern provides equal access to all members of the working media. At home games, Coach Lucas will hold a postgame press conference in the Squad Room located on the second floor of the Dugas Center for Southeastern Athletics immediately adjacent to the south end of Strawberry Stadium. Requests for player interviews should be made to Assistant AD for Media Relations Matt Sullivan 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.

HUDDLE SESSIONS On each Thursday evening during the regular season, Coach Lucas will hold his weekly “Huddle Session” at various locations in southeast Louisiana where he will discuss Southeastern football with fans and the media. Please check lionsports.net for location and time of each event.

LIONS ON THE WEB Southeastern football information is available around the world, 24 hours a day on Southeastern’s official athletics website: www.LionSports.net.

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Game Week Media Schedule Monday 10 a.m. • Weekly release, notes, depth chart and stats will be posted on lionsports.net, and released via e-mail. 7 p.m. • Coach Lucas’ Radio Show on KSLUFM (90.9) and on www.LionSports.net

Tuesday 10:30 a.m. • Southland Conference Coaches Teleconference. Coach Lucas is scheduled to talk at 11:05 a.m. CST Noon • Coach Lucas weekly press luncheon in the Victory Club of Strawberry Stadium 3:30 p.m. • Practice (Open to the Media) Post Practice • Players available for interviews

Wednesday 3:30 p.m. • Practice (Open to the Media) Post Practice • Players available for interviews

Thursday 3:30 p.m. • Practice (Open to the Media) Post Practice • Players available for interviews 6:30-7 p.m. • Coach Lucas will be available for interviews during the Huddle Session (at selected locations)

Saturday Postgame • Coach Lucas and selected players are available in the Squad Room (located on the second floor of the Dugas Center for Southeastern Athletics).

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Live Stats for football games, updated individual and team statistics, news releases, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, access to radio broadcasts, and more is available. Additional areas to follow Southeastern athletics are on Facebook and Twitter. Subscribers to Facebook can access Lion athletics at “Southeastern Louisiana University Athletics,” while members of Twitter can follow the Lions at www.twitter.com/sluathletics.

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 Mike Lucas 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.

SLC COACHES TELECONFERENCE Starting Sept. 1 and running each Tuesday through Nov. 17, 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. Media members can dial (877) 393-3856 and enter code number 3947522 to gain access.

The weekly schedule is as follows: Todd Lamb (Southland Notes)...........10:30 a.m. Clint Conque (Central Arkansas) .......10:35 a.m. Matt Viator (McNeese State) .............10:41 a.m. Jay Thomas (Nicholls State)..............10:47 a.m. J.C. Harper (Stephen F. Austin).........10:53 a.m. Todd Whitten (Sam Houston State) ...10:59 a.m. Mike Lucas (Southeastern La.) ......11:05 a.m. Bradley Dale Peveta (NW State) .......11:11 a.m. Brad Wright (Texas State)..................11:17 a.m.

Entering its 19th season, the Southeastern Sports Network is a multi-functional 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 Fox Sports, ESPNU and CSTV as well as locally on Cox Sports TV and the Southeastern Channel. Mark Willoughby enters his fifth season as "The Voice of the Lions" after a successful return to Southeastern in 2005. Joining Willoughby in the booth will be Damon Sunde as color commentator. Sunde also serves as the voice of Lions’ baseball handling play-by-play duties of all Southeastern home games as well as basketball for both men and women. Handling sideline duties for his third year will be Robbie Rhodes, a 2008 Southeastern graduate and former member of the Lion golf team.

WEEKLY RADIO SHOW The weekly “Mike Lucas 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. Additional information will be available at www.LionSports.net

TELEVISION “Inside Southeastern Football with Mike Lucas,” is a weekly 30-minute highlight show featuring an in-depth analysis from head coach Mike Lucas. Hosted by Allen Waddell, the show airs throughout the state of Louisiana on Cox Sports Television as well as the entire Northshore on the Southeastern Channel. Check for times and listings in your area.

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att Sullivan begins his 10th year at Southeastern and his third as Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations. Sullivan is responsible for complete oversight of the sports information department at Southeastern including managing the publicity efforts for the Lions’ 15 interMatt Sullivan collegiate athletic programs and serving as the athletic department’s media liaison. A 1994 graduate of Southeastern, Sullivan returned to Hammond in July of 2000 as Assistant Sports Information Director before being promoted to Associate Director of Media Relations in 2003. Sullivan spent two years at Samford University in Birmingham, Ala., where he handled day-to-day publicity for the Bulldogs’ 17 Division I athletic programs, including football, baseball and men’s basketball, which earned berths in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championships in 1999 and 2000. Prior to his stint at Samford, Sullivan served as a graduate assistant in the Southeastern SID office where he covered baseball and soccer. He joined the department in 1994 as a student intern under longtime SID Larry Hymel and was a freelance writer covering high school, college and club athletics for the Baton Rouge

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Morning Advocate. A native of Baton Rouge, Sullivan is a member of CoSIDA and the Louisiana Sports Writer’s Association. He resides in Slidell with his wife, Stephanie, also a Southeastern graduate, and son Matthew (10). emmler Chapple enters his seventh year at Southeastern, and his third as Associate Director of Media Relations. Chapple, a Hammond native, Kemmler Chapple serves as the primary contact for women’s basketball, soccer and softball while also handling duties for women’s tennis. Beginning in 2007, he assisted with football duties, including serving as the coordinator of the football Game Day Magazine. Prior to his full-time appointment as assistant sports information director in 2003, Chapple served for one year as a graduate assistant in the office and another as a student assistant. A 2002 graduate of Southeastern, Chapple earned his bachelor’s degree in mass communication and his master’s degree in organizational communication in 2006. Chapple, a member of CoSIDA and the Louisiana Sports Writers Association, resides in Hammond.

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Dates To Remember July 29 Southland Conference Football Media Days, Lake Charles, La.

Aug. 1 Green and Gold Caravan Amite, La. (TBA)

Aug. 2 Green and Gold Caravan Baton Rouge, La. (Superior Grill)

Aug. 3 Green and Gold Caravan Madisonville, La. (Pontchartrain Maritime Museum)

Aug. 6 Players Report

Aug. 7 First Practice

Aug. 8 Southeastern Media Day - 1 p.m. Victory Club

Aug. 11 Two-A-Days Begin

Aug. 19 Classes Start

Aug. 21 Southeastern Fan Day Hot August Night - Downtown Hammond

Sept. 5 Season opener vs. Texas A&M-Commerce

2009 QUICK FACTS GENERAL INFORMATION Location Hammond, La. Founded September 14, 1925 Enrollment 15,662 President Dr. John L. Crain Director of Athletics Dr. Joel Erdmann Nickname Lions Colors Green and Gold Affiliation NCAA I (FCS) Conference Southland Stadium Strawberry Stadium Capacity (7,408) Surface SprinTurf COACHING STAFF Head Coach Mike Lucas (Liberty, 1982) Year at SLU Third Record at SLU 8-18 Overall Record Same Football Office Phone (985) 549-5550 Offensive Coordinator/QBs Tommy Condell Defensive Coordinator/LBs Matt Webb Wide Receivers Tyronee Williams Offensive Line Allen Rudolph Running Backs Tyler Paopao Defensive Backs Sam Petitto Defensive Line Patrick Garvin Graduate Assistant Dexter Falgoust Graduate Assistant Cody Samples TEAM INFORMATION 2007 Overall Record 2007 Southland Record (Finish) Starters Returning/Lost Letterwinners Returning/Lost

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Alphabetic Roster/Preseason Depth Chart Offense Pos. No. WR 5 81 LT 77 76 LG 63 67 C 78 70 RG 70 79 RT 74 55 TE 88 86 WR 1 16 WR 87 18 QB 10 12 RB 28 33 FB 36 41

Name (Ht.., Wt., Class) Chris Wilson (6-4, 190, Sr.) Kory Theodore (6-1, 190, So.) Kevin Hughes (6-4, 290, Jr.) Gasten Gabriel (6-5, 270, Fr.) David Ward (6-4, 280, Jr.) Geremy Wilson (6-3, 295, Fr.) Josh Penton (6-3, 260, So.) Michael Stallworth (6-2, 340, Jr.) Michael Stallworth (6-2, 340, Jr.) Evan Niles (6-2, 295, Jr.) Paul Roppolo (6-5, 260, Fr.) Josh Bridges (6-2, 275, Jr.) Simmie Yarborough (6-1, 195, So.) Cole Wardell (6-4, 240, Jr.) Andre Cryer (5-7, 170, Jr.) Tory Williams (6-2, 195, Fr.) Merrick Lanaux (6-5, 200, Sr.) Reshad Douglas (6-3, 190, Fr.) Brian Babin (6-5, 220, Sr.) Tyler Beatty (6-4, 210, Jr.) Jasper Ducksworth (5-7, 180, Sr.) Zeke Jones (6-0, 240, Fr.) Kyle Nichols (5-9, 240, Fr.) Darnell Jones (6-0, 238, Sr.)

Defense Pos. No. DE 40 56 DT 96 91 DT 98 97 DE 93 53 OLB 3 34 MLB 30 44 OLB 54 11 CB 4 13 FS 21 2 SS 19 24 CB 6 23

Name (Ht.., Wt., Class) Ryan Anderson (6-2, 250, Jr.) Lindsey Leavoy (6-4, 250, So.) Devin Boutwell (6-3, 305, Jr.) Grant Laurent (6-3, 295, Fr.) Brian Rodgers (6-3, 260, So.) Will Kelly (6-3, 275, Fr.) Nathan Clophus (6-3, 265, Jr.) Tramaine Lucas (6-1, 240, Fr.) Quinten Pierre (5-11, 225, Sr.) Tim Richardson (6-0, 225, Jr.) Kendrick Jackson (6-2, 224, So.) Avery Crooks (6-2, 220, So.) Ryan Godare (6-0, 205, Jr.) Mark Newbill (5-11, 205, Jr.) Brian Reynolds (6-0, 185, Sr.) Robert Alford (5-11, 175, So.) Re’Keem Wilson (5-11, 180, Jr.) Curtis Strong (6-0, 190, Jr.) Tommy Connors (6-1, 205, Sr.) Paul Mundy (6-1, 205, Sr.) Craig Duronslet (5-11, 175, So.) Michael Ducksworth (5-11, 190, Jr.)

Specialists Pos. No. Name (Ht.., Wt., Class) K 95 Jeff Turner (5-10, 195, Sr.) 43 Matt Little (6-1, 185, Fr.) P 8 Boyd Mothe (6-3, 190, Fr.) or 43 Matt Little (6-1, 185, Fr.) LS 85 Paul Moneaux (6-1, 230, Sr.) 68 Rogers Mueller (5-10, 250, Fr.) H 12 Tyler Beatty (6-4, 210, Jr.) 87 Merrick Lanaux (6-5, 200, Sr.) KR 1 Andre Cryer (5-7, 170, Jr.) 28 Jasper Ducksworth (5-7, 180, Sr.) PR 1 Andre Cryer (5-7, 170, Jr.) 13 Robert Alford (5-11, 175, So.)

2009 Signees Kentavis Alford

DB

5-11

170

Fr.

HS

Clint Coleman

DB

6-1

195

Jr.

TR

Bastrop, La. (Bastrop HS) Louisville, Miss. (East Central CC/Louisville HS)

Michael Ducksworth

DB

5-11

190

Jr.

TR

Collins, Miss. (East Miss. CC/Collins HS)

Sam Fairley

RB

5-9

180

Fr.

HS

Moss Point, Miss. (East Central HS)

Gasten Gabriel

OL

6-5

270

Fr.

HS

Jackson, La. (West Feliciana HS)

T’Darryl Grays

DB

5-11

185

Fr.

HS

Picayune, Miss. (Picayune HS)

Justin Henry

OL

6-5

290

Fr.

HS

Jackson, La. (Centreville Academy)

Jarrett Johnson

DB

5-10

170

Fr.

HS

Terry, Miss. (Terry HS)

Will Kelly

DL

6-3

275

Fr.

HS

Metairie, La. (Archbishop Rummel HS)

Matt Little

P/K

6-1

185

Fr.

HS

Monroe, La. (Ouachita HS)

Gabe Loper

DB

6-3

190

Fr.

HS

Decatur, Miss. (Newton County HS)

Jordan McClay

LB

5-10

205

Fr.

HS

Plaquemine, La. (Catholic HS)

Tony McCrea

DB

5-10

175

Fr.

HS

Irwinton, Ga. (Wilkinson County HS)

Beau Mothe

P

6-3

190

Fr.

HS

New Orleans, La. (Jesuit HS)

Evan Niles

OL

6-2

295

Jr.

TR

Mize, Miss. (Jones County JC/Mize HS) Lake Charles, La. (Sam Houston HS)

Marshall Paris

OL

6-2

270

Fr.

HS

Josh Reed

RB

5-10

190

Fr.

HS

Hammond, La. (St. Thomas Aquinas HS)

Morgan Scala

OL

6-1

260

So.

TR

Baton Rouge, La. (Valley Forge/University HS)

Cortney Sims

WR

6-3

205

Fr.

HS

Shreveport, La. (Huntington HS)

Kenard Springer

RB

6-0

215

Jr.

TR

Nettleton, Miss. (Itawamba CC/Nettleton HS)

Michael Stallworth

OL

6-2

335

Jr.

TR

Moss Point, Miss. (Gulf Coast CC/Moss Point HS)

Doc Ward

DE

6-2

220

Fr.

HS

Rayville, La. (Rayville HS)

Jordan Williams

DB

6-1

190

Fr.

HS

Marksville, La. (Marksville HS)

Geremy Wilson

OL

6-3

295

Fr.

HS

Galveston, Texas (Ball HS)

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Name Zach Albin Kentavis Alford Robert Alford Ryan Anderson Brian Babin Devin Boutwell Tyler Beatty Josh Bridges Clint Coleman Nathan Clophus Tommy Connors Avery Crooks Andre Cryer Reshad Douglas Jasper Ducksworth Michael Ducksworth David Durden Craig Duronslet Sam Fairley Quinton Foster Mike Frenette Gasten Gabriel Ryan Godare T’Darryl Grays Sean Gremillion Gabe Guerrero Justin Henry Kevin Hughes Kendrick Jackson Greg Johnson Jarrett Johnson Ronald Johnson Darnell Jones Keiron Jones Zeke Jones Will Kelly Cody Kennedy Wesley Ladner Merrick Lanaux Grant Laurent Lindsey Leavoy Matt Little Gabe Loper Tramaine Lucas Jordan McClay Tony McCrea Paul Moneaux Brad Moore Stephen Moreaux Boyd Mothe Rogers Mueller Paul Mundy Mark Newbill Kyle Nichols Evan Niles Johnny Owen Justin Owens Marshall Paris Josh Penton Stephen Pieczynski Quinten Pierre Mason Porter Jordan Powell Trevor Radley Josh Reed Brian Reynolds Tim Richardson Brian Rodgers Paul Roppolo Barry Ross Morgan Scala Cortney Sims Jermaine Smith Luis Sobalvarro Kenard Springer Michael Stallworth Curtis Strong Kory Theodore Jeff Turner Devan Walker David Ward Doc Ward Cole Wardell Jordan Williams Tory Williams Chris Wilson Geremy Wilson Re’Keem Wilson Simmie Yarborough B.J. Young

Pos. DB DB DB DE QB DT QB OL DB DE DB LB WR WR RB DB LB DB RB DE K OL LB DB LB TE OL OL LB WR DB DB FB DB RB DL OL DB WR DL DE P/K DB DE LB DB LS DE DB P LS DB LB FB OL RB FB OL OL TE LB DB OL DE RB DB LB DL OL DT OL WR DB TE RB OL DB WR K DE OL DE TE DB WR WR OL DB WR QB

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No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 36 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 67

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Name Andre Cryer Curtis Strong Quinten Pierre Brian Reynolds Chris Wilson Craig Duronslet Clint Coleman Boyd Mothe David Durden Brian Babin Mark Newbill Tyler Beatty Robert Alford B.J. Young Josh Reed Tory Williams Tony McCrea Reshad Douglas Tommy Connors Sam Fairley Re’Keem Wilson Johnny Owen Michael Ducksworth Paul Mundy Keiron Jones Gabe Loper Jermaine Smith Jasper Ducksworth T’Darryl Grays Kendrick Jackson Zach Albin Jarrett Johnson Zeke Jones Tim Richardson Kyle Nichols Quinton Foster Jordan McClay Ryan Anderson Darnell Jones Jordan Williams Matt Little Avery Crooks Wesley Ladner Kentavis Alford Stephen Moreaux Stephen Pieczynski Kenard Springer Sean Gremillion Jordan Powell Tramaine Lucas Ryan Godare Josh Bridges Lindsey Leavoy Justin Henry Gabe Guerrero Trevor Radley Morgan Scala Cody Kennedy Marshall Paris David Ward Geremy Wilson

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

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

Wt. 170 190 225 185 190 175 195 190 195 220 205 210 175 200 190 195 175 190 205 180 180 210 190 205 175 190 175 180 185 225 200 170 240 225 240 200 205 250 235 190 185 220 180 170 180 245 215 210 280 240 205 275 250 290 230 210 260 260 270 280 295

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

Hometown (Previous School/High School) Kentwood, La. (Kentwood HS) Fayetteville, Ga. (Lovejoy HS) New Iberia, La. (Itawamba CC/Westgate HS) Tupelo, Miss. (Itawamba CC/Tupelo HS) Amory, Miss. (Itawamba CC/Amory HS) Vacherie, La. (St. James HS) Louisville, Miss. (East Central CC/Louisville HS) New Orleans, La. (Jesuit HS) Port Sulphur, La. (South Plaquemines HS) St. Amant, La. (St. Amant HS) Monroe, La. (Neville HS) Pflugerville, Texas (Baylor/Pflugerville HS) Hammond, La. (Hammond HS) Hahnville, La. (Hahnville HS) Hammond, La. (St. Thomas Aquinas HS) Monroe, La. (Sterlington HS) Irwinton, Ga. (Wilkinson HS) Shreveport, La. (Huntington HS) Marrero, La. (Archbishop Shaw HS) Moss Point, Miss. (East Central HS) Franklinton, La. (Franklinton HS) Reserve, La. (East St. John HS) Collins, Miss. (East Mississippi CC/Collins HS) New Orleans, La. (Langston University/Higgins HS) Kenner, La. (Grace King HS) Decatur, Miss. (Newton County HS) Springfield, La. (Springfield HS) Mt. Olive, Miss. (Jones County JC/Mize HS) Picayune, Miss. (Picayune HS) Haughton, La. (Haughton HS) Sulphur, La. (Sulphur HS) Terry, Miss. (Terry HS) Springfield, La. (Springfield HS) Independence, La. (Independence HS) Klein, Texas (Klein HS) Donaldsonville, La. (Donaldsonville HS) Plaquemine, La. (Catholic HS) Independence, La. (Independence HS) Kentwood, La. (Jewel Sumner HS) Marksville, La. (Marksville HS) Monroe, La. (Ouachita HS) Marrero, La. (Higgins HS) D’Iberville, Miss. (Mississippi Gulf Coast CC/D’Iberville HS) Bastrop, La. (Bastrop HS) Lake Charles, La. (Washington-Marion HS) Cumming, Ga. (Randolph-Macon/Blessed Trinity Catholic HS) Nettleton, Miss. (Itawamba CC/Nettleton HS) New Orleans, La. (Brother Martin HS) Hammond, La. (Hammond HS) Baton Rouge, La. (Glen Oaks HS) Sulphur, La. (Sulphur HS) Springfield, La. (Springfield HS) Baton Rouge, La. (St. Michael’s HS) Jackson, La. (Centreville Academy) Baton Rouge, La. (Catholic HS) Walker, La. (Redemptorist HS) Baton Rouge, La. (Valley Forge (Pa.) Military/University HS) Florence, Ala. (Florence HS) Lake Charles, La. (Sam Houston HS) Sugar Hill, Ga. (North Gwinnett HS) Galveston, Texas (Ball HS)

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No. 68 70 74 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 95 96 97 98 99 -

Name Rogers Mueller Michael Stallworth Paul Roppolo Gasten Gabriel Kevin Hughes Josh Penton Evan Niles Luis Sobalvarro Kory Theodore Greg Johnson Cortney Sims Paul Moneaux Cole Wardell Merrick Lanaux Simmie Yarborough Brad Moore Devan Walker Grant Laurent Doc Ward Nathan Clophus Jeff Turner Devin Boutwell Will Kelly Brian Rodgers Barry Ross Mike Frenette Ronald Johnson Justin Owens Mason Porter

Pos. LS OL OL OL OL OL OL TE WR WR WR LS TE WR WR DE DE DL DE DE K DT DL DL DT K DB FB DB

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

Wt. 250 340 260 270 290 260 295 215 190 175 205 230 240 200 195 215 252 295 220 265 195 305 275 260 325 150 200 215 190

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

Hometown (Previous School/High School) Long Beach, Miss. (Long Beach HS) Moss Point, Miss. (Mississippi Gulf Coast CC/Moss Point HS) Marrero, La. (Archbishop Shaw HS) Jackson, La. (West Feliciana HS) New Orleans, La. (Karr HS) Splendora, Texas (Splendora HS) Mize, Miss. (Jones County JC/Mize HS) Metairie, La. (Crescent City HS) New Orleans, La. (West Jefferson HS) Monroe, La. (Richwood HS) Shreveport, La. (Huntington HS) Delcambre, La. (Delcambre HS) Rockwall, Texas (Rockwall HS) Hammond, La. (Hammond HS) Brookhaven, Miss. (Brookhaven HS) Covington, La. (Mandeville HS) Baton Rouge, La. (Catholic HS) Reserve, La. (East St. John HS) Rayville, La. (Rayville HS) Sulphur, La. (Sulphur HS) Houston, Texas (Cypress Creek HS) Buras, La. (South Plaquemines HS) Metairie, La. (Archbishop Rummel HS) Baton Rouge, La. (Tara HS) Mandeville, La. (Fontainebleau HS) Marrero, La. (Archbishop Shaw HS) Addis, La. (Brusly HS) Independence, La. (Independence HS) Natchitoches, La. (Natchitoches Central HS)

Where They’re From Louisiana (63): Zach Albin, Kentavis Alford, Robert Alford, Ryan Anderson, Brian Babin, Devin Boutwell, Josh Bridges, Tommy Connors, Avery Crooks, Andre Cryer, Reshad Douglas, David Durden, Craig Duronslet, Quinton Foster, Mike Frenette, Gasten Gabriel, Ryan Godare, Sean Gremillion, Gabe Guerrero, Justin Henry, Kevin Hughes, Kendrick Jackson, Greg Johnson, Ronald Johnson, Darnell Jones, Keiron Jones, Zeke Jones, Will Kelly, Merrick Lanaux, Grant Laurent, Lindsey Leavoy, Matt Little, Tramaine Lucas, Jordan McClay, Paul Moneaux, Brad Moore, Stephen Moreuax, Boyd Mothe, Paul Mundy, Mark Newbill, Johnny Owen, Justin Owens, Marshall Paris, Quinten Pierre, Mason Porter, Jordan Powell, Trevor Radley, Josh Reed, Tim Richardson, Brian Rodgers, Paul Roppolo, Barry Ross, Morgan Scala, Cortney Sims, Jermaine Smith, Luis Sobalvarro, Kory Theodore, Devan Walker, Doc Ward, Jordan Williams, Tory Williams, Re’Keem Wilson, B.J. Young

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Pronunciation Guide Mississippi (15): Clint Coleman, Jasper Ducksworth, Michael Ducksworth, Sam Fairley, T’Darryl Grays, Jarrett Johnson, Wesley Ladner, Gabe Loper, Rogers Mueller, Evan Niles, Brian Reynolds, Kenard Springer, Michael Stallworth, Chris Wilson, Simmie Yarborough Texas (5): Tyler Beatty, Kyle Nichols, Josh Penton, Cole Wardell, Geremy Wilson Georgia (4): Tony McCrea, Stephen Pieczynski, Curtis Strong, David Ward Alabama (1): Cody Kennedy

Players Zack ALBIN Brian BABIN Nathan CLOPHUS Craig DURONSLET Ryan GODARE Sean GREMILLION KEIRON Jones Merrick LANAUX Lindsey Leavoy Toni McCREA Paul MONEAUX Stephen MOREAUX Rogers MUELLER Paul MUNDY Stephen PIECZYNSKI Paul ROPPOLO Morgan SCALA Luis SOBALVARRO RE’KEEM Wilson

AL-bin BAB-in clo-PHUS doo-RONS-let go-DARE grim-E-on KYE-ron LAN-no LEE-voy mc-CRAY mon-O MORE-o MULE-er mun-DAY puh-chin-SKI row-POE-low SCALE-uh SO-bull-VAR-o ruh-KEEM

Hometowns Buras Delcambre Metairie St. Amant Vacherie

bure-US DELL-come MET-er-ee Saint uh-mahnt VASH-er-EE

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football 2009 Outlook

2009 Outlook Veteran Lions Poised For Run At SLC Title ith its most experienced team set to take the field in 2009, a squad that features 15 returning starters and 40 letterwinners, the expectations are high for Southeastern Louisiana to make a run at the Southland Conference title. Armed with a solid coaching staff led by thirdyear mentor Mike Lucas, one of the most efficient quarterbacks (fifth-year senior Brian Babin) in school history, a solid nucleus of offensive skills players and some strong defenders led by AllAmerican defensive back Tommy Connors, the Lions are poised to take the next step and compete for SLC and national prowess after reviving the program in 2003.

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Quinten Pierre Now entering its seventh year since its historic return, Southeastern has regained its stability under the SLC-veteran Lucas, who has produced three solid recruiting classes since assuming head coaching duties with a strong emphasis on in-state athletes. “It’s time that we definitely make a move to get into the upper echelon of the conference,” Lucas said on his expectations for his team. “I feel like the experience that we have coming back on both sides of the football, we should be able to compete every time we step on the field.” And in a league that has produced some record-setting quarterbacks in the past few years, Southeastern looks to reach the top of the conference mountain behind the steady leadership of Babin, who enters his third year as the Lions’ signal caller and is second in nearly every passing category in school history. Babin has enjoyed success the past two seasons with a strong arsenal of skill players and 2009 will be no exception. Returning letterwinners Chris Wilson, Andre Cryer and reigning SLC Freshman of the Year Simmie Yarborough return from productive campaigns in 2008 to form one of the best receiving trios in the league. Bolstering the receiving corps is the return of fifth-year senior Merrick Lanaux, who missed the entire 2008 campaign with an injury after spending the 2007 season as one of Babin’s most dependable targets. Offensively, the Lions must find a replacement for three-year starter and allpurpose threat Jay Lucas, but a stable of

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running backs led by senior Jasper Ducksworth and bruising redshirt freshman Zeke Jones is ready to take over the ground game. Southeastern enters the 2009 season with its most depth on the offensive line since bringing back football. Returning letterwinners Kevin Hughes and David Ward each established themselves as key leaders up front, starting all 12 games last season. Returning letterwinners Josh Penton and Josh Bridges figure to see considerable action on the line, along with redshirt freshman Paul Roppolo and junior college transfers Michael Stallworth and Evan Niles. The biggest change on defense will be the Lions move to the 4-3 after employing a 3-3-5 scheme the past two seasons. With quality depth along the defensive line, highlighted by ends Nathan Clophus and Ryan Anderson, Southeastern will look to contain the run while providing pressure on opposing quarterbacks. Run stuffers in Devin Boutwell and Brian Rodgers will man the interior part of the line while sophomore Lindsey Leavoy and the redshirt freshmen tandem of Grant Laurent and Tramaine Lucas will see significant action. Sure-tacklers Quinten Pierre, Ryan Godare and Mark Newbill highlight a very deep linebacking corp that runs eight players deep. Sophomores Kendrick Jackson and Avery Crooks are slated the patrol the middle for the Lions while special teams ace Tim Richardson and redshirt freshman Zach Albin will compete for

Merrick Lanaux playing time. Connors, a three-time All-Southland Conference selection, finished as the league’s second-leading tackler in 2008 while pacing the conference in interceptions. Named to the 2009 Buchanan Watch list which honors the top defensive players in the Football Championship Subdivision, Connors looks to build on a solid career that has seen his name etched in the Southeastern record books. Joining Connors in the secondary will be safety Re’Keem Wilson along with cornerbacks Brian Reynolds and Craig Duronslet. The quartet will be challenged by some talented returning players, plus a solid recruiting class that featured eight newcomers. After being named an honorable mention All-America in 2007, Jeff Turner looks to regain that form as he heads into his final season. The most accurate field goal kicker in school history, Turner looks to etch his name as the school’s all-time leading scorer as he enters the 2009 campaign 17 points shy of the career record. The Lions will look to find a replacement at punter after the graduation of twoyear starter Cody Samples. A pair of true freshmen - Matt Little and Boyd Mothe will battle to establish themselves when fall camp opens.

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Quarterbacks Each season in the Southland Conference is unique, however a constant in recent years is the strong quarterback play featured among the upper echelon of the league. The 2009 season is no exception. In a recent ranking of the top 15 Football Championship Subdivision signal callers by www.fcsnow.com, the Southland Conference placed four quarterbacks among the nation’s elite. Fortunately for the Lions, they feature one of those elite student-athletes under center in senior Brian Babin (6-5, 220, Sr.), who will enter his third season as a starter. A preseason All-America selection by Consensus Draft Services, the experienced and talented St. Amant native will look to build on a very successful 2008 campaign. With a full grasp on offensive coordinator Tommy Condell’s system, Babin posted one of the most prolific passing seasons in school history a year ago. Connecting on 257 of his 412 attempts, the strong-armed Babin threw for 2,806 yards and 25 touchdowns. Often overlooked due to his gaudy production is his sound decision making – arguably his most valuable attribute. Rarely one to force a pass or make a costly mistake, Babin only threw seven interceptions during the 2008 campaign. Babin’s experience, ability, knowledge of the system and intelligent play has earned him the confidence of his teammates and the Lion coaching staff, led by Southeastern head coach Mike Lucas. “Our conference is usually a very quarterback-driven league,” Lucas commented. “With Brian returning for his fifth year given the success that he’s had and with another year under his belt we have one of the key ingredients in being successful.” The Lions also have the luxury of having a very capable and versatile quarterback behind Babin on the depth chart in junior Tyler Beatty (6-4, 210, Jr.). Beatty, who transferred from Baylor just prior to the start of the 2008 season, gives

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Southeastern an athletic change of pace under center that is as dangerous with his feet as he is with his arm. In limited action last season, the Pflugerville, Texas product showed off his arm strength with a 70-yard bomb versus Mississippi State and his speed with several runs against Texas State. While Babin is the clear cut starter heading into the fall, Beatty’s ability to make plays outside of the pocket should allow him to see playing time in certain situations and gives Lucas, Condell and the rest of the Lion coaching staff a solid option should Babin falter or get injured. “I’m very confident in Brian, but I also feel very good about Tyler and what he brings to the table,” Lucas said. “With those two in place, I think we’ve put ourselves in very good position with our quarterbacks to move ourselves into that upper echelon of the league.” Running Backs One of the Lions’ biggest goals for the 2009 season is to find the right mix of run and pass on offense. Charged with the task of replacing two-time All-SLC performer Jay Lucas in the backfield will be lightning quick Jasper Ducksworth (5-7, 180,Sr.) and powerful Zeke Jones (6-0, 240, Fr.). As the most experienced member of the tandem, Ducksworth heads into the 2009 campaign atop the depth chart. In 2008, Ducksworth, who transferred from Jones County Community College, saw action spelling Lucas in the backfield, averaging just under five yards per carry and scoring a pair of touchdowns as a junior. The strongest pound-for-pound player on the Lion roster, the Moss Point, Miss. native makes up what he lacks in stature with a rare blend of speed and strength. While replacing the highly productive Lucas in the backfield is a concern, Lucas believes the abilities of Ducksworth will help ease the transition. “We’ll definitely miss Jay and everything he brought to the table,” Lucas stated. “But when you look at tape from last year and the times where Jasper had his

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hands on the ball, he’s a special athlete that can do things that not many people can. He’s very quick, fast and powerful for his size. The biggest improvement he made in spring practice is his ability to catch the ball out of the backfield.” With Lucas and Duckworth providing Southeastern with plenty of depth in the backfield last season, the Lions had the luxury of redshirting Jones, an All-State honoree at Springfield High and one of the most heralded runners from the immediate area in recent years. An explosive runner with power and speed, Jones is expected to make an immediate impact. “We feel very fortunate for the opportunity to redshirt Zeke in 2008,” Lucas said. “Now that he’s got a year under his belt, he can really be a punishing running back. As he showed in spring ball, if he’s got a crease, he’s got the speed to be able to make the long runs too. Both Jasper and Zeke are going to get their share of carries this season.” The Lions will also have a new face at fullback after the graduation of two-year starter Brock DeLong. Redshirt freshman Kyle Nichols (5-9, 240, Fr.) and senior Darnell Jones (6-1, 235, Sr.) will compete for the duty of clearing holes for Ducksworth and Jones. Wide Receivers Having an experienced signal caller such as Brian Babin is a huge plus for the Lions, but Babin can only be effective with the right weapons. With the top four receivers from last season returning, along with a key veteran sidelined by injury in 2008, Southeastern should have more than enough in the arsenal to attack the opposition through the air. Wide receiver is arguably the Lions’ deepest position on either side of the ball. Lucas has confidence that this group of playmakers will provide the Lions with an explosive attack. “We’ve surrounded Brian with some weapons at receiver who can make it difficult for opposing teams to defend us. Chris Wilson, Merrick Lanaux, Andre Cryer and Simmie Yarborough give us

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some weapons on that side of the ball to be able to stretch people in their coverages.” Wilson (6-4, 190, Sr.) came into Hammond last fall a highly-touted product didn’t waste any time living up to that billing. In his Lion debut, the Amory, Miss. native torched Alcorn State for 107 yards and two touchdowns in a 34-28 Southeastern triumph. A nice blend of size and speed, Wilson went on to finish second on the team with 51 receptions for a team-high 740 yards and eight touchdowns, including the game-winner in Southeastern’s 30-27 overtime win at Sam Houston State. Wilson was not the only Lion newcomer to have an immediate impact on the Southeastern air attack. Yarborough (6-1, 195, So.) was named the Southland Conference and LSWA Freshman of the Year after matching Wilson with 51 receptions and amassing 490 yards with six scores. Yarborough will see action at receiver and at tight end, where he will share time with veterans Cole Wardell (64, 240, Jr.) and Luis Sobalvarro (6-3, 215, Jr). While Wilson and Yarborough provide Babin with two sizable and dependable targets, Cryer (5-7, 180, Jr.) gives the Lions a speedy student-athlete with the ability to make things happen every time he touches the ball. Cryer’s elusiveness Lucas says “you can’t touch him in a phone booth” – made him one of the top playmakers on the team in 2008, as the Kentwood product finished with 41 catches for 482 yards and six touchdowns. Cryer and Kory Theodore (6-1, 190, So.) should give the Lions a pair of legitimate deep threats. Of Theodore’s 20 receptions last season, 19 came during Southland Conference play. With the top receivers all back and more seasoned, the Lions will benefit from the return of a healthy Lanaux (6-5, 200, Sr.). After battling illness and injury the past two seasons, Lanaux is back fully

healthy for the first time since his breakout sophomore campaign. The Hammond native is expected to be one of the Lions’ most productive receivers. A favorite target of Babin, Lanaux enters the season among the school’s career leaders in receptions and receiving yards. Offensive Line The area the Lions need to make the most progress in on the offensive side is up front. With two returning starters, several powerful newcomers and the leadership of fiery offensive line coach Allen Rudolph, Southeastern is expected to be much more potent up front in 2009 Lucas also expects the work in the weight room during the offseason under new head strength coach Scott Reeves to pay dividends on the field for the Lion offensive line corps. “We feel like we’re better on the offensive line,” Lucas stated. “We have a lot of weapons at the skill positions, but we have to take that step up front in both run blocking and pass protection to take advantage of those weapons. “We need to be able to run the football to both sustain drives and to eat up clock. In years past, we simply haven’t been physical enough up front to do that,” Lucas added. “We really believe after a great spring practice that both our work in the weight room and in recruiting has us at the point where we can compete against the defensive linemen we’re going to see in this conference. With Kevin Hughes and David Ward returning, two junior college additions in Michael Stallworth and Evan Niles, as well as another year in the weight room for Josh Penton, Josh Bridges and Paul Roppolo, we feel like we’re getting to the point where we can compete up front.” The Lions will lineup two veterans on the left side of the line in tackle Hughes (6-4, 290, Jr.) and guard Ward (6-4, 280,

Jr.). Hughes was an honorable mention All-Southland Conference selection in his first full season as a starter in 2008, while Ward was the team’s starting left tackle a season ago after missing all of 2007 with an injury. Moving Hughes over from right tackle and moving Ward back to his natural guard position should give the Lions an imposing left side. On the right side, Roppolo (6-5, 260, Fr.) and Bridges (6-2, 275, Jr.) will compete for the starting tackle position. The mammoth Stallworth (6-2, 340, Jr.) and fellow imposing newcomer Niles (6-2, 295, Jr.) will see the majority of the snaps at guard. Penton (6-3, 260, So.) heads into fall practice penciled in as the starting center, replacing 2008 All-SLC senior Brad Bardy. Defensive Line The Lions head into 2009 with their deepest defensive line group in recent years, which has led to Lucas and defensive coordinator Matt Webb to change to the more tradition 4-3 scheme after using the 3-3-5 look for the 2008 campaign. Lucas and Webb believe the beefed up line will help the Lions be more effective stopping the run. “We feel like we’re two-deep, and in some positions three-deep, in the defensive line. Going to a four-man front will give us the opportunity to stop the run better when opponents get in ‘big’ formations with extra tight ends. We should be able to hold up better in the run game, in short yardage and in goal-line situations with our depth in the defensive line.” Leading the way in clogging the middle will be 2008 All-Southland Conference honorable mention selection Devin Boutwell (6-3, 305, Jr.). In nine games a season ago, the Buras native finished with 22 tackles (15 solo) and three tackles for loss. Boutwell will be joined in the interior by Brian Rodgers (6-3, 260, So.), who bounced back from an offseason injury to give the Lions valuable snaps in the second half of the 2008 season. Youngsters Grant Laurent (6-3, 295, Fr.) and Will Kelly (6-3, 275, Fr.) are also expected to see plenty of opportunities to clog the mid-

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tackles and earned All-Louisiana recognition a season ago and has 183 in his two seasons with the Lions. Sulphur native Godare was right behind Newbill with 88 stops in 2008. While his 66 tackles were behind Newbill and Godare’s 2008 production, Pierre was named to the All-Southland Conference team as an honorable mention selection for his ability to create turnovers. In his first season out of Itawamba Community College, the New Iberia native recovered a SLC-high six

shown great leadership for our guys on that side and he’s someone we need to have another big year. “Our biggest question mark heading into the fall is in the secondary,” Lucas continued. “We have guys back there that have played some snaps in this league, but they’re going to have to step up. They’re going to prove themselves in camp, because we have some talented junior college players coming in and we’ve got to find some playmakers back there.” Connors and Re’Keem Wilson (5-11, 180, Jr.) are expected to be the team’s starting safeties when the season opens on Sept. 5. Wilson saw action in all 12 games a season ago and had 21 tackles. Veterans Paul Mundy (6-1, 205, Sr.) and Curtis Strong (6-0, 190, Jr.) will be Connors’ and Wilson’s primary backups. Brian Reynolds (6-0, 185, Sr.) is the

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dle. After being pressed into action as true freshman and developing into more effective players as sophomores, juniors Ryan Anderson (6-2, 250, Jr.) and Nathan Clophus (6-3, 265, Jr.) are expected to take the next step as the starters at defensive end. Anderson had four tackles for loss, while Clophus had a pair of sacks last season in mostly reserve roles. Much like in the middle, the reserve end roles will be filled by youthful, but promising athletes Lindsey Leavoy (6-4, 250, So.) and Tramaine Lucas (6-1, 240, Fr.). Linebackers Defensive line is not the only area on that side of the ball where depth is a huge plus. With the position’s three leading tacklers returning, the Lions should be set with playmakers and ball hawks at linebacker. With the return of tackle machines Mark Newbill (5-11, 205, Jr.), Ryan Godare (6-0, 205, Jr.) and Quinten Pierre (5-11, 225, Sr.), as well as the continued maturation of Kendrick Jackson (6-2, 225, So.) and Avery Crooks (6-2, 200, So.), Lucas and defensive coordinator Matt Webb have high hopes for the 2009 linebacking corps. “We’re not very flashy at linebacker, but we’re very consistent,” Lucas commented. “We’ve got eight linebackers that we feel can be on the field at any time. Some of the younger guys like Kendrick and Avery put some pressure on our veterans in spring practice and showed that they are very good players. We feel very good about our playmaking ability at that position.” Chief among those playmakers are Newbill and Godare, who have been two of the Lions’ top tacklers since joining the team in the fall of 2007. Newbill, a Monroe product, was second on the team with 100

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fumbles and led the team with four forced fumbles. After a strong spring, Jackson and Crooks have both made the case for increased playing time. As freshmen, Haughton native Jackson had 19 tackles and Crooks, who hails from Marrero, shined on special teams. Veteran Independence product Tim Richardson (6-0, 225, Jr.) should provide depth and experience for the Lions. Defensive Backs The Lions will be looking to replace graduating starters Trey Douglas, Marquis Powell and Tony Johnson in the defensive secondary. Southeastern will look for its most experienced player to provide the leadership for a group of talented, but largely inexperienced defensive backs. Lucas and Webb will be leaning on three-year starter Tommy Connors (6-1, 205, Sr.) to be the leader of not only the secondary, but the young Lion defense as a whole. The Marrero native was an AllAmerica selection by The Associated Press, College Sporting News and The Sports Network, as well as a first team AllSouthland Conference, All-Louisiana and SLC All-Academic selection after a 2008 that saw him lead the team with 108 tackles and grab a league-high four interceptions. “Tommy’s just a great tackler and has a nose for the football,” Lucas said. “He’s

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most experienced cornerback on the Lion roster. In his first season out of Itawamba Community College, the Tupelo, Miss. product had 40 tackles and appeared in all 12 games. On the opposite side, returner Craig Duronslet (5-11,175, So.) and junior college product Michael Ducksworth (5-11, 190, Jr.) are expected to battle for the other cornerback position with speedy Hammond High product Robert Alford (5-11, 175, So.) expected to vie for playing time as well. Special Teams Each Tuesday during the football season, Lucas addresses the local media. More often than not, an observer who was not aware of the Lions’ fortunes from the previous Saturday could infer whether things had gone good or bad for Southeastern by listening to Lucas’ assessments of the special teams play. Lion fans can expect the same type of focus on special teams in 2009. With a veteran placekicker and long snapper, a wealth of speed in the return game and in

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coverage and a pair of heralded freshman punters, special teams should be an area of strength for Southeastern. The top returner for the Lions is placekicker Jeff Turner (5-10, 195, Sr.). An All-America selection in 2007, Turner’s production dropped in 2008, though the Houston, Texas native still connected on 12-for-17 field goal attempts as a junior. Second on the school’s career scoring list, Turner should take over the top spot early in 2009. “We hope Jeff can return to the consistency he had a sophomore after having a bit of a down year last season,” Lucas commented. Turner will be the lone holdover in the kicking game. Freshmen Boyd Mothe (6-3, 190, Fr.) and Matt Little (61, 185, Fr.) will battle for the starting punter position. Snapping the ball to them will be returning starter Paul Moneaux (6-1, 230, Sr.). The strong-legged Little is expected to handle kickoff duties, while backup quarterback Tyler Beatty (6-4, 210, Jr.) is most likely to handle the holding on field goals and point after attempts. “Paul is a very consistent deep snapper that we have a lot of confidence in,” Lucas stated. “One on the points of emphasis in fall camp will be finding a punter with two new guys coming in.” The speedy trio of Andre Cryer (5-7, 170, Jr.), Jasper Ducksworth (5-7, 180, Sr.) and Robert Alford (5-11, 175, So.) are expected to give the Lions three dangerous weapons in the return game. Cryer combined for nearly 500 return yards as a sophomore, Ducksworth was second on the team with a 22.3 kickoff return average last season and Alford posted the fasted 40-yard time on the team in the spring. “With their speed, Andre, Robert and Jasper should be able to help us in the return game,” Lucas said. “The coverage and protection units are so important in the kicking game. We help ourselves with all of our athleticism, especially at linebacker and defensive back, on our coverage units.”

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#31 Zach Albin LB • 6-0 • 200 • Fr. • RS Sulphur, La. Sulphur HS

2007: Appeared in all 11 games on the defensive line, making starts versus Kentucky Wesleyan and Tulane … Finished with 19 tackles (12 solo), two tackles for loss and a sack … Both tackles for loss and his lone sack of the 2007 season came at Northwestern State … Credited with six tackles versus Sam Houston State … Made three stops at Kansas and at Northwestern State … Credited with two tackles in contests at McNeese State and versus Nicholls State … Also made stops versus Tulane, Stephen F. Austin and Texas State. High School: A First-Team Class 3A All-State selection by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association and Louisiana Football Coaches Association … helped Indy to a 14-1 record as a senior and a runner-up finish in the Class 3A state playoffs.

2008: Redshirt season. High School: Totaled 64 tackles with one sack, two interceptions and two fumble recoveries as a senior at Sulphur High School … helped lead Golden Tornadoes to the District 3-5A championship … totaled 57 tackles with five for loss, two interceptions, eight pass breakups and five fumble recoveries as a junior … helped Golden Tornadoes to Class 5A state runner-up finish in 2006 … Earned Academic All-State honors … was also a member of the baseball team, Student Council and FCA. Personal: Born Zachary Albin in Woodward, Okla. … Youngest of Lenny and Katherine Albin’s four children … Hobbies include fishing … a business finance major.

#13 Robert Alford DB • 5-11 • 175 • So. • HS Hammond, La. Hammond HS 2008: Missed season. High School: A First-Team All-District 7-5A selection at wide receiver at Hammond High School … caught 10 touchdown passes as a senior for the Tors … finished second in the 400-meter dash at the 2007 LHSAA Track and Field Championships … chosen as the Tors’ Rookie of the Year as a sophomore … coached by Rusty Barrilleaux. Personal: Born in Hammond … The son of Robert Cox and Gloria Bridgewater … Older brother, Fred Booker, played at LSU and with the New Orleans Saints … Older brother, Duke Adams, was a safety for the Lions from 2003-06 and earned All-SLC recognition as a junior … fastest student-athlete on the Southeastern roster … Majoring in psychology.

Personal: Born in Baton Rouge … One of Reginald Francois and Kelia Andersen’s three children … Mother and grandmother were both Southeastern graduates ... Majoring in general business.

Anderson’s Career Stats Year 2008 2007 Career Totals

UT 18 12 30

AS 7 7 14

TOT 25 19 44

TFL SCK 4 0 2 1 6 1

INT 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0

Anderson’s Game-By-Game Stats 2008 Opponent at Alcorn State at Mississippi State South Dakota at Louisiana Tech North Dakota at Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State at Central Arkansas McNeese State Texas State at Sam Houston State Season Totals

UT 1 4 2 3 0 0 1 4 1 0 2 18

AS 1 0 3 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 7

TOT 2 4 5 3 0 1 2 5 1 0 2 25

TFL SCK 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 0

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2007 Opponent UT at New Mexico State 0 at Kansas 1 Kentucky Wesleyan 0 at Tulane 1 Stephen F. Austin 0 at Northwestern State 3 Central Arkansas 0 at McNeese State 1 at Texas State 1 Sam Houston State 3 2 Nicholls State Season Totals 12

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

TOT 0 3 0 1 1 3 0 2 1 6 2 9

TFL SCK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

#40 Ryan Anderson DE • 6-2 • 250 • Jr. • 2L Independence, La. Independence HS 2008: Saw action in 11 games, making three starts … Credited with 25 tackles (18 solo) and four tackles for loss … Posted season-high tackle totals versus South Dakota and Central Arkansas, making five stops in each game … Made four stops – including one for loss – at Mississippi State … Also credited with tackles for loss versus Alcorn State, Louisiana Tech and Sam Houston State … Had three stops versus Louisiana Tech.

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#10 Brian Babin QB • 6-5 • 220 • Sr. • 3L St. Amant, La. St. Amant HS Career Honors: - 2008 Southland Conference Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 15) 2008: Put together one of the top statistical seasons by a Lion signal caller in the program’s history … Started all 11 games under center he appeared in … Connected on 257 of 412 passes (62.4 completion percentage) for 2,806 yards, 25 touchdowns and only seven interceptions … Finished among the Southland Conference leaders in passing yards per game (4th, 255.1), pass efficiency (5th, 136.2) and total offense (4th, 247.5) … His season totals for completions, attempts, completion percentage and touchdown passes are all the third-highest totals in school history in each category … His 2,722 yards of total offense was also the fourth-highest single-season total by a Lion … Threw a touchdown pass in all but one game last season … Did not throw an interception in his first 182 passes of the year … Threw for three touchdowns in the first half of Southeastern’s season-opening win over Alcorn State before suffering an injury on the final play before halftime … After missing the Mississippi State game, rebounded with career-high 330-yard performance and two touchdowns, completing 27 of 44 in a 31-30 win over South Dakota … Earned Southland Conference Offensive Player of the Week honors after the win over USD … Hit on 32 of 59 attempts for 322 yards at FBS opponent Louisiana Tech … Threw three touchdowns and caught another in a 38-35 triumph over North Dakota … Found Chris Wilson on a 14-yard strike in overtime, giving him three scoring passes in a 30-27 SLC road win at Sam Houston State … Also had two touchdown tosses and a rushing score to lead Lions past Northwestern State, 26-21 … Set a seasonhigh with four touchdowns passes at Stephen F. Austin to go with a rushing touchdown … Threw 17 of his touchdowns in SLC action … Tossed three scores at Central Arkansas and two apiece against McNeese State and Texas State … In addition to his two 300-yard performances, threw for 200 yards or more against Northwestern State (291 yards), Stephen F. Austin (272), Sam Houston State (271), Central Arkansas (270), North Dakota (257), Nicholls State (253) and Texas State (228) … Heads into his senior season ranked second on the school’s career list for passing yards (4,803), passing touchdowns (37), completions (450) and attempts (729), while sitting in third with a 61.7 completion percentage … Needs 2,975 yards, 29 touchdowns, 260 completions and 402 attempts to become the school’s career leader in each category. 2007: Took over as the team’s starting quarterback, starting all 11 games for the Lions … Completed 191 of 315 passes (60.6 completion percentage) for 1,996 yards … Tossed 12 touchdown passes versus just six interceptions … Ranked among the Southland Conference leaders in passing yards per game (4th, 181.5), total offense (5th, 1863) and pass efficiency (5th, 122.6) … His single-season totals for completions, attempts, completion percentage, passing yards, total offense (1,863 yards) and touchdown passes were amongst the best single season totals in school history … Threw for 200 or more yards in five games, including a season-high 292 yards at Texas State … Tossed a seasonhigh five touchdowns in the Lions’ 79-7 rout of Kentucky Wesleyan … Completed a season-high 31 passes in 47 attempts for 278 yards at Tulane … Also tossed two touchdowns versus the Green Wave, including a 63-yard bomb to Merrick Lanaux … Also threw two touchdowns at Northwestern State and at McNeese State … Versus the Demons, hooked up with Byron Ross for a season-long 72-yard touchdown score … Went six straight games without throwing an interception during the season … Had 200-plus yards performances versus Kentucky Wesleyan (200 yards), Northwestern State (231) and McNeese State (239).

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2006: Saw limited action as a reserve quarterback ... Played in two games, completing both of the passes he attempted ... Earned time under center versus Jacksonville and Texas Tech. 2005: Redshirt season. High School: Threw for 4,700 yards and 45 touchdowns in final two seasons at St. Amant High School … Finished with 2,600 yards passing and 23 touchdowns as a senior earning honorable mention All-State … was District 4-5A Most Valuable Player as a junior … made state Coaches Association All-State Second Team … on All Baton Rouge Metro Team ... Also played baseball and basketball ... Helped St. Amant to a state baseball title as a senior. Personal: Born in Baton Rouge to Bernard, Jr. and Stacey Babin ... Has a brother, Seth and sister, Kaleigh ... Seth served as a quarterback for the Lions from 2003-06 ... Enjoys hunting and fishing in his spare time ... A general studies major.

Brian Babin Babin’s Career Stats Year 2008 2007 2006 Career Totals

-----Passing----ATT C YDS 412 257 2806 315 191 1996 2 2 1 729 450 4803

TD 25 12 0 37

INT 7 6 0 13

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Babin’s Game-By-Game Stats 2008 Opponent at Alcorn State South Dakota at Louisiana Tech North Dakota at Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State at Central Arkansas McNeese State Texas State at Sam Houston State at Nicholls State Season Totals

-----Passing----ATT C YDS TD 18 10 144 3 44 27 330 2 59 32 322 0 28 18 257 3 42 30 272 4 29 20 291 2 43 27 270 3 31 17 168 2 35 21 228 2 46 24 271 3 37 29 253 1 412 257 2806 25

INT 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 3 0 1 7

touchdowns against Austin Westlake in opening round of playoffs, then came back with a 192-yard effort vs. A&M Consolidated ... Led Panthers to a 7-5 record, a district runner-up finish and the second-round of 2005 Class 5A Division II playoffs ... 2005 Waco Tribune-Herald and Port Arthur News Top 100 member ... 2005 Texas Football Texas Top 300 pick despite seeing limited action as a junior behind Texas Tech signee Todd Walker ... Threw for 323 yards (15-of-35) with five touchdowns and three interceptions as a junior for the bi-district champion Panthers ... Made one start as a junior ... Also considered Texas Tech, Purdue, Houston and UTEP ... Coached by George Herrmann at the District 15-5A school. Personal: The son of Mark and Robin Beatty, Tyler M. Beatty was born Sept. 11, 1987, in Austin, Texas ... a general studies major.

Beatty’s Career Stats -----Passing----ATT C YDS 14 6 107

2007 -----Passing----ATT C YDS TD Opponent at New Mexico State 27 14 145 0 at Kansas 30 20 89 0 Kentucky Wesleyan 18 16 200 5 at Tulane 47 31 278 2 Stephen F. Austin 30 18 179 0 at Northwestern State 23 10 231 2 Central Arkansas 22 14 87 1 at McNeese State 32 19 239 2 at Texas State 37 23 292 0 Sam Houston State 28 13 153 0 21 13 103 0 Nicholls State Season Totals 315 191 1996 12

Year 2008

INT 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 6

TD 0

INT 0

Beatty’s Game-By-Game Stats 2008 Opponent at Mississippi State at Stephen F. Austin Texas State Season Totals

-----Passing----ATT C YDS TD 10 4 97 0 1 0 0 0 3 2 10 0 14 6 107 0

INT 0 0 0 0

2006 Opponent Jacksonville at Texas Tech Season Totals

-----Passing----ATT C YDS TD 1 1 3 0 1 1 -2 0 2 2 1 0

INT 0 0 0

#12 Tyler Beatty QB • 6-4 • 210 • Jr. • 1L Pflugerville, Texas Baylor/Pflugerville HS 2008: After transferring from Baylor prior to the season opener, saw action in three games …. Completed 6 of 14 passes for 107 yards … Rushed nine times for 26 yards … Completed four of 10 passes for 97 yards – including a 70-yard strike to DeMario Simmons at Mississippi State … Rushed for 41 yards and threw for 10 yards versus Texas State … Also saw action versus Stephen F. Austin. Prior to Southeastern: As a redshirt freshman quarterback at Baylor, saw action in three games--at No. 22 TCU, vs. Rice and at No. 20 Kansas, to earn first Baylor letter ... Was 5-of-18 passing with two interceptions for 33 yards and no touchdowns on season ... Registered career-highs in pass completions (three), attempts (eight) and yards (15) at TCU in career debut ... Completed career-long 11-yard pass vs. Rice ... Nineteen of 48 snaps played on season were as the holder on the Bears' extra-point and field goal units … Sat out his true freshman year as a redshirt. High School: Prepped at Pflugerville High School in Pflugerville, Texas ... In lone season as the Panthers' starting signal caller, completed 84-of184 passes for 1,688 yards and 13 touchdowns with five interceptions ... Also rushed 66 times for 133 yards and two touchdowns ... Earned 2005 first-team District 15-5A honors both in the classroom and on field ... 2005 team co-captain ... Threw for season-high 205 yards and three

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#96 Devin Boutwell

#55 Josh Bridges

DT • 6-3 • 305 • Jr. • 2L Buras, La. South Plaquemine HS

OL • 6-2 • 275 • Jr. • 2L Springfield, La. Springfield HS

Career Honors: - 2008 All-Southland Conference (Honorable Mention)

2008: Made switch from defensive line to offensive line … Started eight of nine games he appeared in at offensive guard for the Lions.

2008: Started eight of the nine games he appeared in on the interior defensive line … Earned honorable mention All-Southland Conference honors finishing with 22 tackles (15 solo) with three tackles for loss … Made a season-high seven tackles (five solo) at Central Arkansas … Had three tackles and forced a fumble in season-opening win over Alcorn State … Credited with five tackles versus McNeese State … Made stops behind the line versus Stephen F. Austin and Northwestern State … Had two tackles versus South Dakota and Louisiana Tech … Also credited with a stop at Mississippi State.

2007: Saw action in 10 games for the Lions on the defensive line … Made 11 tackles (seven solo), one tackle for loss and a sack ... Was credited with a sack and two tackles in 79-7 rout of Kentucky Wesleyan … Made season-high three tackles versus league rivals McNeese State and Texas State.

2007: Appeared in six games on the defensive line for the Lions, making one start … Credited with six tackles (four solo) … Posted two tackles in lone start of the season at Northwestern State … Also made tackles versus Kansas, Kentucky Wesleyan, Tulane and Stephen F. Austin. High School: Named to the LHSAA Class 2A Academic All-State team … a Preseason All-Metro New Orleans selection … attended Buras High School before the school was damaged by Hurricane Katrina in 2005 … attended South Plaquemines, a consolidated school that included students from Buras and rivals Port Sulphur and Boothville-Venice. Personal: Born in New Orleans … One of Donald and Mona Boutwell’s three sons … Has an older brother, Dominick and a younger brother, Dylan … A kinesiology major.

Boutwell’s Career Stats Year 2008 2007 Career Totals

UT 15 4 19

AS 7 2 9

TOT 22 6 28

TFL SCK 3 0 0 0 3 0

INT 0 0 0

PD 1 0 1

FF 1 0 1

FR 0 0 0

Boutwell’s Game-By-Game Stats 2008 Opponent at Alcorn State at Mississippi State South Dakota at Louisiana Tech at Stephen F. Austin Northwestern state at Central Arkansas McNeese State Texas State Season Totals

UT 3 1 1 1 1 1 5 2 0 15

AS 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 3 0 7

TOT 3 1 2 2 1 1 7 5 0 22

TFL SCK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

FF 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2007 Opponent UT at Kansas 0 Kentucky Wesleyan 0 at Tulane 1 Stephen F. Austin 1 at Northwestern State 2 0 Central Arkansas Season Totals 4

AS 1 1 0 0 0 0 2

TOT 1 1 1 1 2 0 6

TFL SCK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

High School: A first team All-State and All-District 9-2A selection at Springfield High School … helped the Bulldogs to their first-ever district championship in 2006 and berth in the second round of the state playoffs … named First-Team All-Metro … an honorable mention selection at offensive and defensive tackle as a junior despite missing all but two district games due to injury. Personal: Born Joshua Cordera Bridges in Hammond … The son of Carl Golden and Trinelle Reese … Has two sisters, Gabrielle and Venetria … majoring in kinesiology.

#93 Nathan Clophus DE • 6-3 • 265 • Jr. • 2L Sulphur, La. Sulphur HS 2008: Reserve defensive lineman saw action in 11 games … Had 17 tackles (12 solo), two tackles for loss, two sacks and a forced fumble … Had three tackles and one sack in victories over both Northwestern State and Alcorn State … Also credited with three stops and a forced fumble versus Texas State … Made two tackles and broke up a pass at Stephen F. Austin … Also had a pair of stops versus North Dakota … Credited with tackles versus South Dakota, Louisiana Tech, Central Arkansas and McNeese State. 2007: Saw action in eight games, making one start … Finished with eight tackles (six solo) on the season … Made first collegiate start versus Sam Houston State … Versus the Bearkats, forced a fumble, recorded a sack and was credited with six tackles … Lone tackle at Texas State was behind the line of scrimmage … Also made a tackle versus Kentucky Wesleyan. High School: An All-District and All-State selection at Sulphur High School … helped the Tors to 2-5A district title and the Class 5A state runner-up finish in 2006 … named All-Southwest Louisiana and was the recipient of the Rodney Bell Leadership Award … Also played basketball … Was the president of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the Latin Club. Personal: Born in Sulphur … The youngest son of Thomas and Vicki Clophus … Has two older brothers, Thomas, Jr. and Derrick … Majoring in kinesiology.

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Clophus’ Career Stats Year 2008 2007 Career Totals

UT 12 6 18

AS 5 2 7

TOT 17 8 25

TFL SCK 2 2 2 1 4 3

INT 0 0 0

PD 1 0 1

FF 1 1 2

FR 0 0 0

Clophus’ Game-By-Game Stats 2008 Opponent at Alcorn State at Mississippi State South Dakota at Louisiana Tech North Dakota at Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State at Central Arkansas McNeese State Texas State at Sam Houston State Season Totals

UT 3 0 1 0 2 1 1 1 0 3 0 12

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

TOT 3 0 1 1 2 2 3 1 1 3 0 17

TFL SCK 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2007 Opponent UT at New Mexico State 0 Kentucky Wesleyan 1 at Tulane 0 Stephen F. Austin 0 at Northwestern State 0 Central Arkansas 0 at Texas State 1 4 Sam Houston State Season Totals 6

AS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2

TOT 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 6 8

TFL SCK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 1

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

#19 Tommy Connors DB • 6-1 • 205 • Sr. • 3L Marrero, La. Archbishop Shaw HS Career Honors: - 2008 Sports Network All-America (Second Team) - 2008 Associated Press All-America (Third Team) - 2008 College Sporting News All-America (Honorable Mention) - 2008 All-Southland Conference (First Team) - 2008 Southland Conference All-Academic (First Team) - 2008 All-Louisiana (First Team) - 2008 SLC Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 29 and Nov. 17) - 2007 All-Southland Conference (Second Team) - 2007 Southland Conference All-Academic - 2007 Southland Conference Defensive Player of the Week (Nov. 19) - 2006 All-Southland Conference (Second Team) 2008: FCS All-American selection by the Sports Network (second team), Associated Press (third team) and College Sporting News (honorable mention) … First team All-Southland Conference and All-Louisiana selection … Led the team and ranked third in the SLC with 108 tackles (league-high 79 solo) … Also led the conference with four interceptions … Finished the year with five tackles for loss, two sacks, two fumble recoveries, a forced fumble, four pass breakups and two blocked kicks … Started all 12 games and was credited with at least six tackles in every game … Made season-high 15 tackles and recorded a sack at Central Arkansas … Was named Southland Conference Defensive Player of the Week after making 11 tackles (10 solo), a tackle for loss and an interception in a 38-35 victory over North Dakota … Again earned SLC weekly honors after a strong eight-tackle performance in 30-27 road triumph at

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Sam Houston State … In the win over the Bearkats, he blocked a field goal on the final play of regulation to force overtime and picked off a pass … In the season-opening 34-28 win over Alcorn State, helped clinch the win with a 12-yard fumble return for a touchdown to go with an interception and seven tackles … Also clinched a 26-21 victory with an interception on Northwestern State’s final drive while also blocking a kick and finishing with 10 tackles versus the Demons … Made 12 tackles at Stephen F. Austin … Credited with 10 stops in a 31-30 victory over South Dakota … Posted a sack versus Texas State … Named to the Southland Conference All-Academic team for the second straight season. 2007: Second team All-Southland Conference selection for the second straight season, after establishing himself as the team’s most consistent defender … Started all 11 games in the defensive backfield for the Lions … Sixth on the team and second in the Southland Conference with 75 tackles … Also was fourth in the SLC with a team-high nine tackles for loss … Forced three fumbles, recovered one fumble, made one interception and broke up four passes … Best effort of sophomore campaign came in season finale versus Nicholls State … Recorded 11 tackles, forced a fumble, intercepted a pass and clinched a 17-13 Lion victory with a pass breakup … Awarded Southland Conference Defensive Player of the Week for his effort versus the Colonels … A week earlier, recorded 10 tackles, including two for loss versus Sam Houston State … Broke up a option pitch and returned the ensuing fumble for a touchdown in a 21-3 versus Stephen F. Austin … Forced a fumble and was credited with a season-high three tackles for loss … Made two tackles for loss versus Kentucky Wesleyan … Also had tackles for loss at New Mexico State and versus Central Arkansas … Had nine tackles at McNeese State, eight tackles at New Mexico State and versus SFA, while also recording seven stops versus both Kentucky Wesleyan and UCA … Broke up passes at Northwestern State, versus UCA and at Texas State … Had six or more tackles in all but three games last season … Also was an outstanding performer in the classroom, earning Southland Conference All-Academic honors. 2006: Named second team All-Southland Conference after making an immediate impact at strong safety ... Second on the team and 12th in the SLC with 68 tackles (35 solo) ... Also had three tackles for loss, three pass breakups, one forced fumble, a fumble recovery and an interception ... Versus Stephen F. Austin, he finished with 16 tackles, a tackle for loss, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery that he returned 27 yards ... Made 10 tackles, including one for loss at Texas State ... Recorded interception at McNeese State ... Finished with nine tackles and a pass breakup in Southeastern’s overtime win over Northwestern State ... Credited with eight stops versus Sam Houston State ... Also broke up passes versus Jacksonville and Nicholls State ... One of only two freshman to be selected to the All-SLC first or second teams. High School: Three-time All-West Bank selection … twice named AllDistrict and All-Metro … twice named to the All Clarion Herald Catholic League team … was named All State first team selection as well as Academic All-State first team in 2005 ... Selected to represent Louisiana in the Bayou Bowl - the Louisiana-Texas All-Star Game … Was also a member of the track and baseball teams. Personal: Born in Marrero, La. ... One of Thomas and Amy Connors’ two sons … Has a younger brother, Sean … Enjoys reading in his spare time … Majoring in accounting.

Connors’ Career Stats Year 2008 2007 2006 Career Totals

UT AS 79 29 63 12 35 33 177 74

TOT 108 75 68 251

TFL SCK 5 2 9 0 3 0 17 2

INT 4 1 1 6

PD 4 4 3 11

FF 1 3 1 5

FR 2 1 1 4

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#44 Avery Crooks LB • 6-2 • 220 • So. • 1L Marrero, La. Higgins HS 2008: Saw action in 10 games primarily on special teams … Credited with two kickoff returns for 13 yards as the up back. High School: An All-District 9-5A selection and co-District Most Valuable Player … named All-Westbank and All-Metro by the New Orleans Times Picayune … ranked as the No. 90 state prospect by DandyDon.com … as a junior, was recognized as one of the Top 50 linebackers in the nation on Jim Stefani's Underclassmen Football Recruiting Blog … he made the first-team All-Metro list with a team-leading 83 tackles -- including seven for a loss and four sacks … helped the Hurricanes to the first of two consecutive District 7-5A championships. Personal: Born Avery Leshon Kemp Crooks in New Orleans … Son of Carolyn Crooks … Has a brother, Corey … a business administration major.

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Crooks’ Career Stats Connors’ Game-By-Game Stats 2008 Opponent at Alcorn State at Mississippi State South Dakota at Louisiana Tech North Dakota at Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State at Central Arkansas McNeese State Texas State at Sam Houston State at Nicholls State Season Totals

Year 2008

UT 2 6 9 4 10 11 4 9 4 9 7 4 79

AS 5 0 1 3 1 1 5 6 4 0 1 2 29

TOT 7 6 10 7 11 12 9 15 8 9 8 6 108

TFL SCK 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 5 2

INT 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 4

PD 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 4

FF 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

FR 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

2007 Opponent UT at New Mexico State 6 at Kansas 3 Kentucky Wesleyan 6 at Tulane 5 Stephen F. Austin 7 at Northwestern State 3 Central Arkansas 4 at McNeese State 7 at Texas State 3 Sam Houston State 9 10 Nicholls State Season Totals 63

AS 2 0 1 1 1 0 3 2 0 1 1 12

TOT 8 3 7 6 8 3 7 9 3 10 11 75

TFL SCK 1 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 12 0

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

PD 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 4

FF 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 3

FR 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

2006 Opponent at New Mexico State at Southern Miss Jacksonville at Texas Tech Gardner-Webb at Nicholls State Northwestern State at Texas State Stephen F. Austin at McNeese State Sam Houston State Season Totals

AS 3 1 2 1 0 2 3 7 7 1 6 33

TOT 4 3 4 2 1 7 9 10 16 4 8 68

TFL SCK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 0

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

PD 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 3

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

UT 1 2 2 1 1 5 6 3 9 3 2 35

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AS 0

TOT 0

TFL SCK 0 0

INT 0

PD 0

FF 0

FR 0

#1 Andre Cryer WR • 5-7 • 170 • Jr. • 2L Kentwood, La. Kentwood HS Career Honors: - 2008 Southland Conference Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 22) 2008: Started 11 of 12 games and developed into one of the team’s top receivers … Fourth on the team with 41 catches for 482 yards … Had six touchdown catches, tying for second on the team and the sixth-highest single-season total in school history … Was also a threat as a returner, returning 18 kickoffs for 379 yards (21.0 average) and bringing back 11 punts for 96 yards (8.8 average) … Also carried the ball 12 times for 54 yards … Second on the team with 1,011 all-purpose yards … Named Southland Conference Offensive Player of the Week after amassing 225 all purpose yards at Louisiana Tech … Caught seven passes for 135 yards and a touchdown while also returning five kicks for 87 yards versus the in-state FBS foe … Had five catches for 51 yards and a career-high two touchdowns versus McNeese State … Also caught touchdowns versus Alcorn State, North Dakota and Northwestern State … Had at least one catch in 11 of 12 games, including each of the last 10 … Season long rush of 27 yards came versus Texas State … Carried three times for 22 yards at Sam Houston State … Had a season-long 59-yard kickoff return versus South Dakota … 25-yard punt return at Stephen F. Austin … Heads into junior campaign ranked fifth in school history with 776 kickoff return yards.

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Cryer’s Career Stats Year 2008 2007 Season Totals

Rushing Receiving Kick Returns Punt Returns NO YDS NO YDS NO YDS NO YDS TD 12 54 41 482 18 379 11 96 0 6 65 11 67 18 397 4 65 1 18 119 52 549 36 776 15 161 1

#18 Reshad Douglas WR • 6-3 • 190 • Fr. • RS Shreveport, La. Huntington HS 2008: Redshirt season. High School: Totaled over 1,000 all-purpose yards as a senior at Huntington High School … helped the Raiders to a 6-4 record and a berth in the Class 5A state playoffs … named First-Team All-City and was an honorable mention Academic All-State selection … named All-District 1-5A as a junior … coached by Mike Green. Personal: Born in Shreveport … Oldest son of Alisa Adams … A marketing major.

#28 Jasper Ducksworth RB • 5-7 • 180 • Sr. • 1L Mt. Olive, Miss. Jones County JC/Mize HS

Cryer’s Game-By-Game Stats 2008 Rushing Receiving Kick Returns Punt Returns NO YDS TD NO YDS NO YDS NO YDS at Alcorn State 2 8 3 50 2 49 0 0 0 at Mississippi State 1 0 0 0 1 17 1 8 0 South Dakota 1 -4 4 43 3 70 1 10 0 at Louisiana Tech 0 0 7 138 5 87 0 0 0 North Dakota 0 0 1 37 5 126 3 15 0 at Stephen F. Austin 1 -8 1 0 2 30 5 56 0 Northwestern State 0 0 4 20 0 0 0 0 0 at Central Arkansas 0 0 4 33 0 0 0 0 0 McNeese State 0 0 5 51 0 0 0 0 0 Texas State 2 24 4 36 0 0 0 0 0 at Sam Houston State 3 22 5 28 0 0 1 7 0 2 12 3 46 0 0 0 0 0 at Nicholls State Season Totals 12 54 41 482 18 379 11 96 0 2007 Rushing Receiving Kick Returns Punt Returns NO YDS NO YDS NO YDS NO YDS TD at Kansas 0 0 0 0 1 30 0 0 0 Kentucky Wesleyan 2 6 1 5 0 0 1 67 1 at Tulane 0 0 0 0 1 23 0 0 0 Stephen F. Austin 1 3 1 8 2 40 0 0 0 at Northwestern State 0 0 0 0 3 75 0 0 0 Central Arkansas 1 40 1 -1 2 49 0 0 0 at McNeese State 0 0 2 19 5 108 0 0 0 at Texas State 1 5 2 7 3 45 0 0 0 Sam Houston State 0 0 1 5 1 27 0 0 0 1 11 2 16 0 0 3 -2 0 Nicholls State Season Totals 6 65 11 67 18 397 4 65 1

2008: Reserve running back saw action in 11 games, making three starts … Carried the ball 51 times for 245 yards and a touchdown … Also caught seven passes for 29 yards and a score … Returned nine kickoffs for 201 yards … Amassed season-high 156 all purpose yards at Stephen F. Austin, returning five kickoffs for 130 yards – including a season-long 48-yard return – to go with eight carries for 26 yards … Carried a seasonhigh 13 times for 35 yards and a touchdown versus Texas State … Also had two catches for 17 yards versus the Bobcats … Rushed for a season-high 55 yards on five carries – including a season-long 36-yard gallop in 38-35 win over North Dakota … Caught a nine-yard touchdown pass versus UND … Rushed for 34 yards on five carries in Division I debut versus Alcorn State … Also had 34 yards on five totes versus Northwestern State … Credited with receptions versus Alcorn State, Mississippi State, Louisiana Tech and Nicholls State. Junior College: Rushed for 889 yards and 19 touchdowns as a sophomore at Jones County Junior College ... caught 17 passes, averaging nearly 10 yards per reception ... a two-star prospect by Rivals.com ... named Most Valuable Player of the MACJC All-Star Game where he rushed 11 times for 67 yards and a touchdown in the North's 17-14 victory … helped JCJC to a 9-2 record and a No. 5 ranking in the final NJCAA/JCfootball.com poll ... totaled 660 yards on the ground for JCJC on 5.6 yards per carry as a freshman. High School: Helped Mize Attendance Center to a 15-0 record and the 2004 Mississippi Class 1A state title ... named to the first team All-Region 4-1A and South Mississippi teams ... a first team All-State and All-Region Offensive Most Valuable Player. Personal: Born in Hattiesburg, Miss. … The son of Vern and Pamela Blackwell … Has six siblings … strongest pound-for-pound student-athlete on the Lion roster … Majoring in general studies.

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#9 David Durden LB • 5-11 • 195 • Fr. • RS Port Sulphur, La. South Plaquemines HS 2008: Redshirt season. High School: Linebacker at Buras High School … Also participated in track and basketball. Personal: Born in Belle Chasse … Parents are David Durden and Rose Baptises … Has a younger sister, Brittany and younger brothers Felix and Herman … Enjoys working out in spare time.

Jasper Ducksworth Ducksworth’s Career Stats Year 2008

-------Rushing--------NO YDS TD LG 51 245 1 36

-----Receiving--------NO YDS TD 7 29 1

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LG 9

Ducksworth’s Game-By-Game Stats

DB • 5-11 • 175 • So. • 1L Vacherie, La. St. James HS

2008 -------Rushing--------Opponent NO YDS TD LG at Alcorn State 5 34 0 11 at Mississippi State 4 18 0 11 South Dakota 1 1 0 1 at Louisiana Tech 2 8 0 8 North Dakota 5 55 0 36 at Stephen F. Austin 8 26 0 6 Northwestern State 5 34 0 12 McNeese State 1 0 0 0 Texas State 13 35 1 9 at Sam Houston State 3 10 0 8 4 24 0 11 at Nicholls State Season Totals 51 245 1 36

-----Receiving--------NO YDS TD 1 -1 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 9 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 17 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 7 29 1

LG 0 4 0 0 9 0 0 0 9 0 0 9

#23 Michael Ducksworth DB • 5-11 • 190 • Jr. • TR Collins, Miss. East Mississippi CC/Collins HS Junior College: As a sophomore, led EMCC with 11 pass break-ups, along with intercepting two passes and being credited with 66 total tackles on the year … coached at EMCC by Buddy Stephens … helped the Lions to an 8-2 record, the North Division title and the school’s first state football playoff appearance since 1984 … played in the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges All-Star Classic. High School: Named the team’s Most Valuable Player in football and track at Collins (Miss.) High … coached by Bruce Merchant. Personal: Born in Laurel, Miss. … The only son of Glen and Anita Barnes … Has five sisters, Sophia, LaRanda, Shanea, Tiffany and Glinda … Hobbies include fishing and hunting.

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2008: Saw action in 11 games, making one start in the defensive backfield … Finished the season with 27 tackles (19 solo) and one pass breakup … Credited with a season-high six tackles at Stephen F. Austin … Had five unassisted tackles versus Texas State … Posted four tackles at Central Arkansas … In the season opener, made three tackles and broke up a pass. 2007: Redshirt season. High School: Earned All-District and All-State honors as a senior at St. James High School … was an honorable mention All-District selection as a junior. Personal: Born Craig Joseph Duronslet, Jr. in Thibodaux … Son of Craig and Anita Duronslet … Has a younger sister, Anika … A psychology major.

Duronslet’s Career Stats Year 2008

UT 19

AS 8

TOT 27

TFL SCK 0 0

INT 0

PD 1

FF 0

FR 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Duronslet’s Game-By-Game Stats 2008 Opponent at Alcorn State at Mississippi State South Dakota at Louisiana Tech North Dakota at Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State at Central Arkansas McNeese State Texas State Sam Houston State Season Totals

UT 3 1 0 2 1 4 0 2 1 5 0 19

AS 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 2 1 0 0 8

TOT 3 1 1 2 2 6 1 4 2 5 0 27

TFL SCK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PD 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

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#38 Quinton Foster DE • 6-4 • 201 • Fr. • RS Donaldsonville, La. Donaldsonville HS 2008: Redshirt season.

fumble recovery … In first collegiate start, recorded 14 tackles, including a sack and a pass breakup in Southeastern’s 17-13 win over Nicholls State in the season finale … Had seven tackles, including one for loss at Texas State … Also had a tackle for loss, a pass breakup and five tackles versus Sam Houston State … Made five tackles at Kansas … Recorded four tackles and recovered a fumble in a 79-7 thumping of Kentucky Wesleyan ... Made most of increased playing time, making 26 tackles in the final three games of his freshman campaign. High School: Recorded 155 tackles with 27 stops for loss, three sacks, two interceptions and five forced fumbles … named first team All-State in Class 5A … named to the Academic All-State team … selected first team All-District in 2-5A and helped SHS to the 2006 State Championship runner-up where he was named the game’s Most Valuable Player.

High School: Named first-team All-District 7-2A, All-Metro and AllAscension Parish … helped DHS to an 11-2 record and 7-2A championship … coached by Gary Adkins … a regional qualifier in the 1,600and 3,200-meters in track and a first-team All-District pick in baseball.

Personal: Born Ryan Anthony Godare in Sulphur … The youngest son of Rick and Chris Godare … Has an older brother, Richard … majoring in kinesiology.

Personal: Born in Baton Rouge … a kinesiology major.

Godare’s Career Stats Year 2008 2007 Career Totals

UT 48 22 70

AS 40 14 54

TOT 88 36 124

TFL SCK 5 3 3 1 8 4

INT 0 0 0

PD 3 2 5

FF 1 0 1

FR 0 1 1

Mike Frenette K • 5-8 • 150 • Fr. • HS Marrero, La. Archbishop Shaw HS

High School: Three-sport performer at Shaw High School … In addition to football, participated in baseball and soccer … Also participated with father Mike in the Redfish Cup Fishing Series … Connected on 58 of 61 attempts in his senior season. Personal: Born Michael David Frenette in Marrero, La. … Oldest son of Mike and Lori Frenette … Has a younger brother, Stephen … Father is a professional angler and writes a column for ESPNOutdoors.com … A marketing major.

#54 Ryan Godare LB • 6-0 • 205 • Jr. • 2L Sulphur, La. Sulphur HS 2008: Tackling machine started all 12 games at linebacker … Third on the team and ninth in the Southland Conference with 88 tackles (48 solo) … Also had five tackles for loss, three sacks and a forced fumble … Lions were 3-0 when he had double-digit tackles … Credited with 11 tackles - including two for loss – in a 26-21 win over Northwestern State … Also made 11 stops in 38-35 triumph over North Dakota … Opened the season with a 10-tackle performance at Alcorn State in a 34-28 Lion win … Had nine tackles and forced a fumble versus McNeese State … Also credited with nine tackles at Sam Houston State and eight stops at Nicholls State … Finished with seven tackles, two sacks and three pass breakups at Stephen F. Austin … Also credited with a sack at Louisiana Tech.

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2007: Saw action in 10 games … Finished the season with 36 tackles (22 solo), three tackles for loss, one sack, two pass breakups and one

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Godare’s Game-By-Game Stats 2008 Opponent at Alcorn State at Mississippi State South Dakota at Louisiana Tech North Dakota at Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State at Central Arkansas McNeese State Texas State at Sam Houston State at Nicholls State Season Totals

UT 10 0 3 5 8 3 1 2 3 3 8 2 48

AS 0 0 3 2 3 4 10 4 6 1 1 6 40

TOT 10 0 6 7 11 7 11 6 9 4 9 8 88

TFL SCK 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 3

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2007 Opponent UT at Kansas 3 Kentucky Wesleyan 3 at Tulane 0 Stephen F. Austin 0 at Northwestern State 0 Central Arkansas 0 at McNeese State 1 at Texas State 5 Sam Houston State 3 7 Nicholls State Season Totals 22

AS 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 7 14

TOT 5 4 0 0 0 0 1 7 5 14 36

TFL SCK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 3 1

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FR 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

#50 Sean Gremillion LB • 5-11 • 220 • So. • 1L New Orleans, La. Brother Martin HS

Personal: Born Luis Guerrero in Baton Rouge … Majoring in biological sciences.

#77 Kevin Hughes OL • 6-4 • 290 • Jr. • 2L New Orleans, La. Karr HS Career Honors: - 2008 All-Southland Conference (Honorable Mention) 2008: An honorable mention All-Southland Conference performer … Developed into one of team’s top offensive lineman … Started all 12 games at right tackle. 2007: Saw increased playing time on the offensive line as the season progressed, making two starts late in the season … Appeared in 10 games on the year. 2006: Redshirt season. High School: Standout offensive lineman at Amite High School as a senior … as a junior at Edna Karr HS (New Orleans) was an all-District 4A selection. Personal: Born Kevin Michael Hughes, Jr. in New Orleans … One of Kevin and Yvette Hughes’ four children … Majoring in general studies.

2008: Saw action at Nicholls State, making collegiate debut versus the Colonels. High School: Three year letterwinner at Brother Martin High School … Played offensive line for the Crusaders … captained the team as a senior … coached by Jay Pittman. Personal: Born Sean Michael Gremillion in Kenner … Parents are Mike Gremillion and Gloria Newman … Has a sister, Jennifer and brother, Nicholas … Hobbies include playing the drums and weightlifting … Majoring in kinesiology.

#58 Gabe Guerrero OL • 6-4 • 230 • Fr. • RS Baton Rouge, La. Catholic HS 2008: Redshirt season. High School: A second-team All-District 5-5A selection at Catholic High School in Baton Rouge … primarily used as a blocker, caught three passes for 40 yards and a touchdown as a senior … helped Bears to 10-2 record and 5-5A championship … coached by Dale Weiner.

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#30 Kendrick Jackson LB • 6-2 • 225 • So. • 1L Haughton, La. Haughton HS 2008: Saw action in 11 games as a reserve linebacker and a special teams performer …Finished the season with 19 tackles (12 solo) … Posted a season-high four tackles and a tackle for loss at Stephen F. Austin … Also credited with four stops at Central Arkansas … Finished with three tackles at Louisiana Tech and two apiece versus South Dakota and Sam Houston State. High School: An All-District 1-4A first-team selection as a senior at Haughton High … named to the All-Area and All-Bossier Parish teams … helped the Buccaneers to an 8-3 record and share of the 1-4A title … named first-team All-District, All-Area and All-Parish as a junior.

Personal: Born in Baton Rouge … Son of Ronald and Janice Johnson … Has an older brother, Darryl and a sister, Tiffani … Father and uncle both played basketball at Grambling … a business management major.

Johnson’s Career Stats Year 2008

UT 3

AS 4

TOT 7

TFL SCK 0 0

2008 Opponent at Alcorn State at Mississippi State South Dakota at Louisiana Tech North Dakota at Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State at Central Arkansas McNeese State Texas State at Sam Houston State Season Totals

UT 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 3

AS 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 4

TOT 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 7

TFL SCK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

AS 7

TOT 19

TFL SCK 1 1

INT 0

PD 0

FF 0

FR 0

PD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0

FR 0

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

#41 Darnell Jones

Jackson’s Career Stats UT 12

PD 0

Johnson’s Game-By-Game Stats

Personal: Born Kendrick Rashad Jackson in Dallas, Texas … Majoring in kinesiology.

Year 2008

INT 0

FB • 6-1 • 235 • Sr. • 1L Kentwood, La. Jewel Sumner HS

Jackson’s Game-By-Game Stats 2008 Opponent at Alcorn State at Mississippi State South Dakota at Louisiana Tech North Dakota at Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State at Central Arkansas McNeese State Texas State at Sam Houston State Season Totals

UT 0 1 1 3 1 3 0 1 0 1 1 12

AS 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 1 7

TOT 0 1 2 3 1 4 1 4 0 1 2 19

TFL SCK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2008: Played in 10 games, primarily on special teams. High School: First team All-District in his junior and senior seasons at Jewel Sumner High School … Helped team to district championship … Member of the basketball and track teams. Personal: Born Darnell LeRidge Jones … Son of Lawrence and Dora Jones … Has an older brother, Arthur … Enjoys hunting and fishing.

Jones’ Career Stats Year 2008

-------Rushing--------NO YDS TD LG 0 0 0 0

DB • 5-9 • 200 • So. • 1L Addis, La. Brusly HS

High School: All-District performer at Brusly High School … Was also a member of the basketball and track teams … Won district and regional titles as a sprinter on the BHS track team … Member of record-breaking 4x100 meter relay team.

LG 0

#25 Keiron Jones

Ronald Johnson

2008: Saw action in 11 games, primarily on special teams … Finished the year with seven tackles (three solo) … Credited with two tackles at Stephen F. Austin … Also made stops versus South Dakota, Louisiana Tech, North Dakota, Central Arkansas and McNeese State.

-----Receiving--------NO YDS TD 0 0 0

DB • 5-9 • 175 • So. • RS Kenner, La. Grace King HS

2008: Redshirt season. High School: All-District performer for coach Mike Virgets at Grace King High School … Was also an outstanding performer on the school’s track team, earning a district title in the 400 meters … Starting point guard for the GKHS basketball team … Served as a team captain for the football, basketball and track teams … Named Homecoming King as a senior. Personal: Born in New Orleans … The son of Hattie Jones … Has three siblings … A general studies major.

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#33 Zeke Jones

Personal: Born Wesley Bryant Ladner in Ocean Springs, Miss. … One of Nick and Tracy Ladner’s four children … Enjoys fishing and hunting … A general studies major.

RB • 6-0 • 240 • Fr. • RS Springfield, La. Springfield HS

#87 Merrick Lanaux WR • 6-5 • 200 • Sr. • 3L Hammond, La. Hammond HS

2008: Redshirt season. High School: Rushed for more than 5,000 yards for coach Spencer Harris at Springfield, including 1,525 yards and 27 touchdowns as a senior … the District 9-2A Offensive Most Valuable Player and a First-Team All-State selection … rated as the No. 33 Preseason Top Prospect in Louisiana by DandyDon.com … gained 1,643 yards and 22 TDs as a junior in helping the Bulldogs to the 9-2A championship – its first in school history. Personal: Born Ezekiel Jones in Hammond … Majoring in kinesiology.

#61 Cody Kennedy OL • 5-11 • 260 • Fr. • RS Florence, Ala. Florence HS 2008: Redshirt season. High School: Three-year letter winner on the offensive line at Class 6A Florence High School … Member of the National Honor Society and Key Club. Personal: Born in Norfolk, Va. … Parents are Henry and Maria Kennedy … Has a younger sister, Annie…Majoring in physical education.

#45 Wesley Ladner DB • 6-0 • 180 • Jr. • TR D’Iberville, Miss. Miss. Gulf Coast CC/D’Iberville HS Junior College: Averaged 40 yards per punt in 2007 at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College ... played at MGCCC for former Lion Steve Campbell ... averaged 40 yards per punt as a freshman in 2006 and finished fourth in the league ... 33 punts in the team’s first nine games was the fewest among all kickers in the league ... recruited to MGCCC to play safety ... moved to outside linebacker, receiver and then to quarterback before settling at punter. High School: Spent the 2005 season at Lafayette's Acadiana High School after being displaced by Hurricane Katrina … All-District performer at D’Iberville High School … Also named to All-Sun Herald Team and earned District MVP honors … president of the FCA … Also played golf and ran track at DHS.

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2008: Granted a medical redshirt … Heads into senior season ranked ninth in school history with nine receiving touchdowns and 10th in school history with 947 receiving yards. 2007: Started six of the nine games he appeared in … Finished the season with 19 catches for 289 yards and three touchdowns … In his 2007 debut, caught five passes for 66 yards and two touchdowns in Southeastern win over Kentucky Wesleyan … Best game of the year came at Tulane, where he caught six passes for a career-high 117 yards, including a 63-yard touchdown catch … Had a 51-yard reception on the opening series of the game at Northwestern State … Had two catches in each of the season’s final three games ... Also credited with a reception versus Stephen F. Austin … Slowed by injuries throughout most of his junior season. 2006: Played in nine games and started six for the Lions ... Caught 28 passes for 315 yards ... Tied for the team lead with three touchdown receptions...Sixth in the Southland Conference with 3.11 receptions per game ... Best game came versus Gardner-Webb ... Pulled in career-high 10 passes for 102 yards, including a season-long 44-yarder, versus GWU ... Scored Lions’ first touchdown of the season - a 25-yard pass from Seth Babin - in season-opener at New Mexico State ... Caught five passes for 56 yards and a 28-yard touchdown in 31-24 overtime win over Northwestern State ... Also caught scoring pass in 41-13 rout of Jacksonville ... Made five catches for 57 yards at Texas State ... Recorded three catches at Nicholls State. 2005: Finished the season with 19 catches for 343 yards and three touchdowns ... Caught a pass in all but one game, including the last seven ... Broke out in season finale at Mississippi Valley State, catching four passes for 111 yards and two scores ... Caught a team season-long pass of 62 yards for a touchdown at Northwestern State on the way to a four-catch, 87-yard performance ... Recorded three receptions at Sam Houston State and made two catches versus McNeese State and Nicholls State. High School: Recorded 30 catches for 700 yards with seven TDs in his senior campaign … All-District selection who was also a member of the All-State Academic team … FPTV Player of the Game against Northside … four year honor roll student. Personal: Born in Covington ... One of Bobby and Cub Lanaux’s three sons ... Older brother Hynson played for Southland Conference rival McNeese State, while brother Bob played at Arkansas State ... Hobbies include hunting and fishing … a general studies major.

Lanaux’s Career Stats Year 2008 2007 2006 2005 Career Totals

--Receiving-NO YDS TD Redshirt Season 19 289 3 28 315 3 19 343 3 66 947 9

LG 63 44 62 63

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#56 Lindsey Leavoy

Lanaux’s Game-By-Game Stats 2007 --Receiving-NO YDS TD Opponent Kentucky Wesleyan 5 66 2 at Tulane 6 117 1 Stephen F. Austin 1 13 0 at Northwestern State 1 51 0 Central Arkansas 0 0 0 at McNeese State 0 0 0 at Texas State 2 13 0 Sam Houston State 2 1 0 2 28 0 Nicholls State Season Totals 19 289 0

LG 19 63 13 51 0 0 19 2 14 14

DE • 6-4 • 250 • So. • 1L Baton Rouge, La. St. Michael’s HS 2008: Saw action in eight games at linebacker … Finished the season with five tackles (four solo) … Posted a season-high three tackles and made his first start in the season finale at Nicholls State … Also credited with tackles versus Mississippi State and North Dakota.

2006 Opponent at New Mexico State at Southern Miss Jacksonville at Texas Tech Gardner-Webb at Nicholls State Northwestern State at Texas State Stephen F. Austin Season Totals

--Receiving-NO YDS TD 2 26 1 0 0 0 3 45 1 0 0 0 10 102 0 3 29 0 5 56 1 5 57 0 0 0 0 28 315 3

LG 25 0 25 0 44 12 28 25 0 44

High School: Recorded 91 tackles, three forced fumbles, and two blocked kicks as a senior at St. Michael's High School ... rated the No. 37 high school prospect in the state of Louisiana by Dandy Don ... participated in the 2007 Red Stick Bowl along with current Lions Tramaine Lucas, Zeke Jones and Jermaine Smith ... finished third at the 2008 Louisiana State Wrestling Meet, competing at the 275-pound class. Personal: Born in Baton Rouge … an industrial technology major.

Leavoy’s Career Stats

2005 --Receiving-NO YDS TD Opponent Alcorn State 1 14 0 at Northern Colorado 1 8 0 vs Tulane 0 0 0 Texas State 1 6 0 at Northwestern 4 87 1 McNeese State 2 26 0 at Stephen F. Austin 1 39 0 at Sam Houston State 3 26 0 Nicholls State 2 26 0 4 111 2 at Mississippi Valley Season Totals 19 343 3

Year 2008

LG 14 8 0 6 62 20 39 12 19 45 62

UT 4

AS 1

TOT 5

TFL SCK 1 0

INT 0

PD 0

FF 0

FR 0

PD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Leavoy’s Game-By-Game Stats

#91 Grant Laurent

2008 Opponent at Alcorn State at Mississippi State at Louisiana Tech North Dakota McNeese State Texas State at Sam Houston State at Nicholls State Season Totals

UT 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 4

AS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

TOT 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 5

TFL SCK 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

#53 Tramaine Lucas

DL • 6-3 • 295 • Fr. • RS Reserve, La. East St. John HS

DE • 6-1 • 240 • Fr. • RS Baton Rouge, La. Glen Oaks HS

2008: Redshirt season. High School: A second-team All-District 6-5A selection for coach Larry Dautrieve … helped the Wildcats to a 6-5 record and the 6-5A runner-up spot … helped ESJHS to a 12-1 record and the Class 5A state quarterfinals as a junior. Personal: Born in Mt. Airy … Son of Kenneth and Gogi Laurent … A general studies major.

2008: Redshirt season. High School: Recorded 119 tackles with 13 sacks as a senior at Glen Oaks High School … All-District selection … coached by Vernon Langley … participated in the 2007 Red Stick Bowl … also a member of the track and field team at GOHS. Personal: Born in Baton Rouge … Son of Shelita Lucas … A criminal justice major.

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#85 Paul Moneaux

#89 Brad Moore

LS • 6-1 • 230 • Sr. • 3L Delcambre, La. Delcambre HS

DE • 6-2 • 215 • Sr. • 1L Covington, La. Mandeville HS

2008: Key member of the special team served as the long snapper for the Lions … Credited with five tackles on the season … Made two tackles versus McNeese State … Also credited with stops versus South Dakota, Stephen F. Austin and Texas State. 2007: Served as the team’s starting long snapper throughout the majority of the season … Returned a kickoff 18 yards versus Kentucky Wesleyan. 2006: Played in three games on the season, mostly on special teams ... Saw action as long snapper at Texas State, at McNeese State and versus Stephen F. Austin ... Credited with a tackle at McNeese State. High School: Standout tight end at Delcambre High School ... Threetime All-District selection at tight end, also earning All-District recognition at linebacker in 2005 … Participated in National All-Stars Bowl … a member of the basketball and track teams … Captained football team in final two seasons. Personal: Born in Syracuse, N.Y … The oldest of Brady and Lori Moneaux’s four children … A general studies major.

UT 2

AS 3

TOT 5

TFL SCK 0 0

INT 0

PD 0

FF 0

FR 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Moneaux’s Game-By-Game Stats 2008 Opponent at Alcorn State at Mississippi State South Dakota at Louisiana Tech at Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State at Central Arkansas McNeese State Texas State at Sam Houston State at Nicholls State Season Totals

UT 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2

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

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

TFL SCK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

High School: Honorable mention All-District defensive end at Mandeville High School … All-District and All-Region performer in the shot put, earning a fifth-place showing at the Class 5A state meet. Personal: Born Bradford Joseph Moore in Metairie … The youngest son of Derland and Frannie Moore … Has an older sister, Michelle, and an older brother, Chip … Father, Derland played defensive tackle for 14 years in the NFL, including 1972-85 for the New Orleans Saints and earning a spot on the Saints’ 40th-Anniversary team … A management major.

Moore’s Career Stats Year 2008

UT 1

AS 1

TOT 2

TFL SCK 0 0

INT 0

PD 0

FF 0

FR 0

PD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Moore’s Game-By-Game Stats

Moneaux’s Career Stats Year 2008

2008: Saw action in 10 games as a reserve linebacker and on special teams … Made two tackles on the season … Credited with stops at Mississippi State and Nicholls State.

2008 Opponent at Alcorn State at Mississippi State at Louisiana Tech North Dakota at Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State McNeese State Texas State at Sam Houston State at Nicholls State Season Totals

UT 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

AS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

TOT 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2

TFL SCK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

#47 Stephen Moreaux DB • 5-11 • 180 • So. • 1L Lake Charles, La. Washington-Marion HS

2008: Appeared in 10 games … Posted four tackles on the season … Credited with stops against Alcorn State, Mississippi State, Northwestern State and Nicholls State. 2007: Redshirt season. High School: Standout performer at Washington-Marion High School. Personal: Born in Eunice … Youngest son of Derrell Moreaux, Sr. and Annette Washinton … Has two older brothers, Derrell, Jr. and Scott Thomas … Scott played football at McNeese State, while Derrell, Jr was a member of the Mobile University basketball team … A business management major.

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Moreaux’s Career Stats Year 2008

UT 1

AS 3

TOT 4

TFL SCK 0 0

Mundy’s Career Stats INT 0

PD 0

FF 0

FR 0

Moreaux’s Game-By-Game Stats 2008 Opponent at Alcorn State at Mississippi State Northwestern State at Central Arkansas McNeese State Texas State at Sam Houston State at Nicholls State Season Totals

UT 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

AS 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 3

TOT 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 4

TFL SCK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Year 2008

UT 4

AS 1

TOT 5

TFL SCK 1 0

INT 0

PD 0

FF 0

FR 0

PD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Mundy’s Game-By-Game Stats FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

#68 Rogers Mueller LS • 5-10 • 250 • Fr. • RS Long Beach, Miss. Long Beach HS

2008 Opponent at Alcorn State at Mississippi State South Dakota at Louisiana Tech North Dakota at Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State at Central Arkansas McNeese State Texas State at Sam Houston State Season Totals

UT 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 4

AS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

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

TFL SCK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

#11 Mark Newbill LB • 5-11 • 205 • Jr. • 2L Monroe, La. Neville HS

2008: Redshirt season. High School: Prepped at Long Beach High School … Played both football and tennis … Coached by Sean Harden. Personal: Born Rogers Lee Mueller in Gulfport, Miss. … Parents are Glenn and Val Mueller … Has an older brother Glenn, as well as three older sisters – Stephanie, Allison and Merrin … Boating, fishing and hunting are among his hobbies … Majoring in industrial technology.

#24 Paul Mundy DB • 6-1 • 205 • Sr. • 1L New Orleans, La. Langston University/Higgins HS 2008: Appeared in 11 games … Finished the seas with five tackles (four solo) … Posted a season-high two tackles versus Texas State … Also credited with stops against Alcorn State, Mississippi State and Sam Houston State. 2007: Redshirt Season. Prior to Southeastern: Spent a season at Langston University. High School: Prepped at Higgins High School in Marrero ... All-District defensive back for HHS … Had 54 tackles, four interceptions and eight pass breakups as a senior … Also was a member of the track and field team. Personal: Born in New Orleans … One of Paul and Sherrlyn Mundy’s two children … Has a sister, Destiney … A general business major.

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Career Honors: - 2008 All-Louisiana (Second Team) - 2008 Southland Conference Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 15) - 2007 All-Southland Conference (Honorable Mention) 2008: All-Louisiana second team selection after finishing second on the team with 100 tackles (64 solo) … Ranked fourth in the Southland Conference in total tackles, second in tackles per game (9.1), 10th in tackles for loss (10) and seventh in fumble recovered (two) … Also forced two fumbles, broke up two passes and recorded two sacks … Started all but one of the 11 games he appeared in … Credited with double-digit tackles in five different contests … In the season-opening victory over Alcorn State, made 13 tackles, including two for loss and a sack … Also had 13 stops and two for loss in the Lions’ 31-30 win over South Dakota, earning Southland Conference Defensive Player of the Week honors for his efforts … Posted 12 tackles and a fumble recovery in a 26-21 triumph versus Northwestern State … Also posted 12 tackles at Central Arkansas … Credited with 10 tackles and a pass breakup in the team’s overtime win at Sam Houston State … Made nine tackles apiece versus McNeese State and Texas State … Finished with eight tackles, three for loss, one sack and two forced fumbles at Louisiana Tech … Had six solo tackles and a fumble recovery at Mississippi State. 2007: Earned honorable mention All-Southland Conference recognition after leading the Lions with 83 tackles (57 solo) as a true freshman … Season tackle total was the seventh-highest single-season total for a Lion since the program’s return in 2003 … Also was second on the team and eighth in the Southland Conference with eight tackles for loss … Also recorded three sacks and forced a fumble … Best game of the season came in 17-13 season-ending victory over Nicholls State … Credited with 18 tackles – the most all season by a Lion defender – and forced a fumble versus the Colonels … Recorded 11 tackles and a sack versus Sam Houston State … Had eight tackles, including two for loss at McNeese State … Had two tackles for loss and a sack at Texas State … Also had eight tackles versus Kentucky Wesleyan … Had seven tackles and a tackle for loss against both Northwestern State and Central Arkansas … Made six stops at Kansas and at Tulane … Credited with a sack versus Stephen F. Austin.

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Player Bios High School: Two-time first-team All-State selection at Neville HS … also earned multiple all-district and all-Northwest selections … was district Most Valuable Player as both a junior and senior … as a senior earned Toby Caston Award for top defensive player by the Monroe News Star along with KNOC and Northeast Louisiana Defensive Player of the Year honors … two-star Rivals.con ranking and ranked 42nd on PelicanPreps.com pre spring top 50 list for state prospects … carries 3.5 grade point average … concluded his senior year with 109 stops, two interceptions and five sacks and also pitched in as a short-yardage runner on offense. Personal: Born in Monroe … Son of Mark Howell and Neysa Newbill … Has two siblings … Majoring in psychology.

#36 Kyle Nichols FB • 5-9 • 240 • Fr. • RS Klein, Texas Klein HS 2008: Redshirt season. High School: Two-time All-District performer at Klein High School, where he served as a team captain … coached by Stan Labay … played both sides of the ball and was named the team’s Defensive Lineman of the Year. Personal: Born Kyle Lambert Nichols in Houston, Texas … Majoring in business.

#22 Johnny Owen RB • 5-9 • 210 • Jr. • 2L Reserve, La. East St. John HS

Mark Newbill Newbill’s Career Stats Year 2008 2007 Career Totals

UT AS 64 36 57 26 121 62

TOT 100 83 183

TFL SCK 10 2 8 3 18 5

INT 0 0 0

PD 2 0 2

FF 2 1 3

FR 2 0 2

Newbill’s Game-By-Game Stats 2008 Opponent at Alcorn State at Mississippi State South Dakota at Louisiana Tech North Dakota at Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State at Central Arkansas McNeese State Texas State at Sam Houston State Season Totals

UT 8 6 10 6 1 4 5 9 3 6 6 64

AS 5 0 3 2 2 1 7 3 6 3 4 36

TOT 13 6 13 8 3 5 12 12 9 9 10 100

TFL SCK 2 1 0 0 2 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 10 2

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2

FF 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

FR 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2

2007 Opponent UT at New Mexico State 1 at Kansas 5 Kentucky Wesleyan 5 at Tulane 6 Stephen F. Austin 3 at Northwestern State 6 Central Arkansas 4 at McNeese State 6 at Texas State 4 Sam Houston State 5 12 Nicholls State Season Totals 57

AS 2 1 3 0 1 1 3 2 1 6 6 26

TOT 3 6 8 6 4 7 7 8 5 11 18 83

TFL SCK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 8 3

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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2008: Saw action in all 12 games with most of his playing time coming on special teams … Credited with two carries for six yards on the season … Rushed once for four yards at Central Arkansas … Had one carry for two yards at Mississippi State. 2007: Appeared in seven games on the season, playing primarily on special teams … In collegiate debut, rushed seven times for 33 yards in 79-7 rout of Kentucky Wesleyan … Had a 21-yard run and caught a three-yard touchdown pass versus KWC … Returned a blocked punt 18 yards for a touchdown versus Central Arkansas. High School: Named Co-Offensive Most Valuable Player in District 5-5A at East St. John High School … rushed for 1,877 yards and 34 touchdowns as a senior averaging 8.9 yards per carry … named the New Orleans Metro Offensive MVP for Large Schools and was named to the Class 5A All-State and All-River Parishes teams … ran for 826 yards and 14 touchdowns as a junior averaging 10 yards per carry … Started prep career at Brother Martin High School and moved to ESJHS due to the effects of Hurricane Katrina … Was among the featured players in Walking On Dead Fish – a documentary about East St. John players who were displaced due to Katrina. Personal: Born Johnny Michael Owen, Jr. in LaPlace … The son of Johnny and Shawn Owen … Has a sister, Samantha…Father played baseball at UNO … Majoring in athletic training.

Owen’s Career Stats Year 2008 2007 Career Totals

-------Rushing--------NO YDS TD LG 2 6 0 4 9 39 0 21 11 45 0 21

-----Receiving--------NO YDS TD 0 0 0 1 3 1 1 3 1

LG 0 3 3

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Owen’s Game-By-Game Stats 2008 -------Rushing--------NO YDS TD LG Opponent at Alcorn State 0 0 0 0 at Mississippi State 1 2 0 2 South Dakota 0 0 0 0 at Louisiana Tech 0 0 0 0 North Dakota 0 0 0 0 at Stephen F. Austin 0 0 0 0 Northwestern State 0 0 0 0 at Central Arkansas 1 4 0 4 McNeese State 0 0 0 0 Texas State 0 0 0 0 at Sam Houston State 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Nicholls State Season Totals 2 6 0 4

-----Receiving--------NO YDS TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

LG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2007 -------Rushing--------Opponent NO YDS TD LG Kentucky Wesleyan 7 33 0 21 at Northwestern State 0 0 0 0 Central Arkansas 0 0 0 0 at McNeese State 2 6 0 4 at Texas State 0 0 0 0 Sam Houston State 0 0 0 0 Nicholls State 0 0 0 0 Season Totals 9 39 0 21

-----Receiving--------NO YDS TD 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 1

LG 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

High School: Class 3A All-State and All-District 22-3A offensive lineman at Splendora High School … head coach was Chris Nelson … as a junior, led an offensive line that helped pave the way for the Wildcats to average 380 yards rushing per game … outstanding student was named to the Class 3A Academic All-State team as a senior. Personal: Born Joshua Beau Penton in Kingwood, Texas … A general studies major.

#48 Stephen Pieczynski TE • 6-6 • 245 • Jr. • TR Cumming, Ga. Randolph-Macon/Blessed Trinity HS Prior to Southeastern: Attended Randolph-Macon College in Ashville, Va. ... Signed out of high school to play offensive tackle. High School: Standout defensive end at Blessed Trinity Catholic High School in Roswell, Ga. ... Coached by Ricky Turner. Personal: The son of Jim and Mary Pieczynski.

Justin Owens FB • 5-10 • 215 • Fr. • RS Independence, La. Independence HS 2008: Redshirt season. High School: Three-time All-District selection at Independence High School … coached by Keith Carona … rushed for three TDs as a sophomore, five as a junior and seven as a senior … carried a 3.2 grade point average … Also a three-time All-District selection in baseball … Student Council president. Personal: Born Justin Lee Owens in Baton Rouge … Parents are Leroy Owens and Shelia Picou … Has an older brother, Justin … Mother played basketball at Southeastern and uncle Norman Picou was a former head men’s basketball coach for the Lions … A kinesiology major.

#78 Josh Penton OL • 6-3 • 260 • So. • 1L Splendora, Texas Splendora HS 2008: Saw action in nine games on the offensive line … Made starts at right guard versus Louisiana Tech, Texas State and Sam Houston State.

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#3 Quinten Pierre LB • 5-11 • 225 • Sr. • 1L New Iberia, La. Itawamba CC/Westgate HS

Career Honors: - 2008 All-Southland Conference (Honorable Mention) - 2008 Southland Conference Defensive Player of the Week (Nov. 24) - 2008 Louisiana Defensive Player of the Week (Nov. 24) 2008: Honorable Mention All-Southland Conference selection after finishing fourth on the team and 23rd in the SLC with 66 tackles (47 solo) … Led the SLC with six fumble recoveries … Tops on the team and third in the SLC with four forced fumbles … Also had four tackles for loss, three sacks and five pass breakups … Played in 12 games and made 11 starts … Was named Southland Conference and Louisiana Defensive Player of the Week after a brilliant 14-tackle performance at Nicholls State, forcing a fumble and recovering four fumbles versus the Colonels … Returned a fumble 20 yards for a touchdown at NSU … Made eight tackles, recorded a sack and broke up three passes in the Lions’ overtime victory at Sam Houston State … Credited with eight stops and a fumble recovery versus South Dakota … Recovered a fumble and returned it 17 yards at Central Arkansas … Also forced fumbles versus Alcorn State, Stephen F. Austin and Texas State … Credited with sacks versus Alcorn State and Texas State … Broke up two passes at Central Arkansas. Junior College: Played in the MACJC All-Star Game … collected 150 tackles and nine sacks in two seasons at Itawamba Community College ... selected to the Preseason All-American team after earning All-State honors as a freshman ... had 17 tackles for loss in 2007 and was a first team All-Region performer as a sophomore.

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Player Bios High School: Prepped at Westgate High School under coach Craig Brodie and earned first team All-District recognition ... participated in the LHSCA All-Star Game ... also excelled as a member of the WHS baseball and track teams.

#4 Brian Reynolds

Personal: Born in New Iberia … The son of the late Edwin and Kathy Pierre … Has three brothers, Jarret, Graig and Brandon … Has a sister, Angela … a general studies major.

DB • 6-0 • 185 • Sr. • 1L Tupelo, Miss. Itawamba CC/Tupelo HS

Pierre’s Career Stats Year 2008

UT 47

AS 19

TOT 66

TFL SCK 4 3

INT 0

PD 5

FF 4

FR 6

Pierre’s Game-By-Game Stats 2008 Opponent at Alcorn State at Mississippi State South Dakota at Louisiana Tech North Dakota at Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State at Central Arkansas McNeese State Texas State at Sam Houston State at Nicholls State Season Totals

UT 2 5 7 2 4 4 0 3 2 1 7 10 47

AS 3 0 1 0 2 1 0 2 3 2 1 4 19

TOT 5 5 8 2 6 5 0 5 5 3 8 14 66

TFL SCK 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 4 3

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 5

FF 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 4

FR 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 6

2008: Played in all 12 games at cornerback, making starts at Sam Houston State and at Nicholls State … Finished the season with 40 tackles (30 solo), four pass breakups, three blocked kicks, a fumble recovery and a sack … Posted a season-high eight tackles at Louisiana Tech … Had six tackles and two pass breakups at Sam Houston State … Also had six stops at Nicholls State … Credited with a fumble recovery at Stephen F. Austin … Blocked a potential go-ahead field goal in Division I debut at Alcorn State … Also blocked field goals versus Texas State and McNeese State … Credited with a sack at Central Arkansas … Made at least at one tackle in every contest. Junior College: Played in the MACJC All-Star Game, collecting an interception ... a First Team All-North MACJC selection, finishing 2007 with 52 solo tackles, two interceptions and 19 pass break ups. High School: All-State performer at Tupelo High School. Personal: Born in Chicago, Ill. … Son of Art and Yvonne Tucker … Has a brother, Arthur and a sister, Tara … A general studies major.

Mason Porter DB • 6-0 • 190 • Fr. • RS Natchitoches, La. Natchitoches Central HS 2008: Redshirt season. High School: Standout performer at Class 5A Natchitoches Central High School. Personal: Born in Germany … A kinesiology major.

#52 Jordan Powell DL • 6-1 • 280 • Jr. • 2L Hammond, La. Hammond HS 2008: Appeared in six games on the offensive line … Started at right guard in Southeastern’s 38-35 victory over North Dakota. 2007: Appeared in two games on the offensive line … Played versus McNeese State and Nicholls State. High School: Standout offensive lineman at Hammond High School. Personal: Born in New Orleans … The son of Winston Powell and Eva Felder … Majoring in kinesiology.

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Brian Reynolds Reynolds’ Career Stats Year 2008

UT 30

AS 10

TOT 40

TFL SCK 1 1

INT 0

PD 4

FF 0

FR 1

PD 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 4

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Reynolds’ Game-By-Game Stats 2008 Opponent at Alcorn State at Misssissippi State South Dakota at Louisiana Tech North Dakota at Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State at Central Arkansas McNeese State Texas State at Sam Houston State at Nicholls State Season Totals

UT 2 1 0 7 3 3 1 3 1 0 4 5 30

AS 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 2 1 10

TOT 2 1 2 8 4 3 1 3 2 2 6 6 40

TFL SCK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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#34 Tim Richardson LB • 6-0 • 225 • Jr. • 2L Independence, La. Independence HS

High School: A Class 4A All-State and two-time District 7-4A lineman at Tara High School … coached by Mike Todd … participated in the Red Stick Bowl … as a senior, had 50 tackles and 12 sacks, helping the Trojans to a district title … All-Baton Rouge Metro selection. Personal: Born Brian Jarrell Rodgers in Natchez, Miss. … Son of Bobby and Debra Rodgers … Has two brothers, Dee and Casey, as well as a sister, Valarie … A general studies major.

Rodgers’ Career Stats Year 2008

UT 5

AS 2

TOT 7

TFL SCK 1 0

INT 0

PD 1

FF 1

FR 0

PD 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

FF 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2008: Saw action in 11 games … Played primarily on special teams.

Rodgers’ Game-By-Game Stats 2007: Redshirt freshman played in all 11 games, seeing action on special teams and as a reserve linebacker … Made five tackles (four solo) on the season … Credited with two tackles and a forced fumble versus Nicholls State … Also credited with tackles at New Mexico State, at Kansas and versus Kentucky Wesleyan. 2006: Redshirt season. High School: Named first-team All-State Class 3A as a senior for head coach Keith Corona … selected as district defensive MVP and first-team all-district … as a junior was selected first-team all-district 9-3A and honorable mention as a sophomore … also a member of Future Business Leaders of America, Vice President of Senior class and National Honor Society.

2008 Opponent North Dakota at Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State at Central Arkansas McNeese State Texas State at Sam Houston State at Nicholls State Season Totals

UT 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 5

AS 0 1 1

TOT 0 5 5

TFL SCK 0 0 0 0 0 0

INT 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0

FF 0 1 1

FR 0 0 0

Richardson’s Game-By-Game Stats 2007 Opponent UT at New Mexico State 1 at Kansas 1 Kentucky Wesleyan 0 at Tulane 0 Stephen F. Austin 0 at Northwestern State 0 Central Arkansas 0 at McNeese State 0 at Texas State 0 Sam Houston State 0 2 Nicholls State Season Totals 4

AS 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

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

TFL SCK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

#98 Brian Rodgers DL • 6-3 • 260 • So. • 1L Baton Rouge, La. Tara HS

TFL SCK 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

OL • 6-5 • 260 • Fr. • RS Marrero, La. Archbishop Shaw HS

Richardson’s Career Stats UT 0 4 4

TOT 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 3 7

#74 Paul Roppolo

Personal: Born in Baton Rouge ... Parents are Tim and Cynthia Richardson ... Has five siblings ... Enjoys music and church … Majoring in general studies.

Year 2008 2007 Career Totals

AS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2

2008: Redshirt season. High School: A two-star recruit by Rivals.com … helped Shaw to two consecutive trips to the Class 4A title game … helped Eagles to 14-1 record as a senior … coached by Scott Bairnsfather. Personal: Born in Marrero … A business administration major.

#99 Barry Ross DT • 5-11 • 325 • Jr. • SQ Mandeville, La. Fontainebleau HS High School: Defensive lineman at Fontainebleau High School in Mandeville … Was also a member of the power lifting team and competed in the National Powerlifting Championships as a senior. Personal: Born in New Orleans … The son of Barry Ross and Bridget Bush … Has a younger brother, Darrel … was a member of the Southeastern intramural rugby team … a kinesiology major.

2008: Played in eight games as a reserve defensive lineman … Credited with seven tackles (five solo) … Made a season-high three tackles in season finale at Nicholls State … Credited with a tackle for loss and a forced fumble in Division I debut versus North Dakota … Also posted stops versus Northwestern State, Central Arkansas and Sam Houston State … Broke up a pass versus Texas State.

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#27 Jermaine Smith DB • 5-10 • 175 • Fr. • RS Springfield, La. Springfield HS 2008: Redshirt season. High School: First Team All-District 9-2A athlete, kick returner and defensive back, while also earning second team All-District honors at running back for Springfield High School … coached by Spencer Harris … named to the All-State team as a second team athlete selection … in 2007, carried 87 times for 685 yards with three touchdowns during the regular season … also returned two punts and a kickoff for touchdowns … As a junior, rushed for 875 yards, amassed 250 receiving yards, returned two kickoffs for touchdowns, while also recording 35 tackles, four interceptions and 15 pass breakups … participated in the Red Stick Bowl.

2007 --Receiving-Opponent NO YDS TD at Kansas 0 0 0 Kentucky Wesleyan 2 22 1 at Tulane 0 0 0 Stephen F. Austin 0 0 0 at Northwestern State 0 0 0 Central Arkansas 1 25 1 at McNeese State 1 21 0 at Texas State 3 62 0 Sam Houston State 0 0 0 Nicholls State 1 1 0 Season Totals 8 131 2

LG 0 14 0 0 0 25 21 21 0 1 25

#70 Michael Stallworth OL • 6-2 • 340 • Jr. • TR Moss Point, Miss. Miss. Gulf Coast CC/Moss Point HS

Personal: Majoring in business administration.

#80 Luis Sobalvarro TE • 6-3 • 215 • Jr. • 1L Metairie, La. Crescent City HS 2008: Missed the season due to an injury suffered in fall practice. 2007: Played in 10 games, earning one start at tight end … Caught eight passes for 131 yards and two touchdowns … Caught two passes for 22 yards and a touchdown versus Kentucky Wesleyan…Best game came at Texas State … Made three catches for 62 yards versus the Bobcats … Caught a season-long pass of 25 yards for a touchdown versus Central Arkansas … Also had a 21-yard catch at McNeese State … Credited with a reception versus Nicholls State.

Junior College: Spent two seasons at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College where he played for former Lion Steve Campbell … helped MGCCC post two-year record of 22-2 with a 2007 NJCAA co-national title, two MACJC state championships, and two MACJC South Division crowns … Bulldogs also finished the 2008 season with 440 points, tying the school record for most points that was previously set in 2007 … helped team to No. 3 ranking in final national JUCO polls. High School: An All-Conference, All-South State and All-Region selection at Moss Point High for coach Jerry Alexander. Personal: Born Michael Ray Stallworth in Pascagoula, Miss. … One of Alden and Mary Stallworth’s five children … A business major.

#2 Curtis Strong DB • 6-0 • 190 • Jr. • 2L Fayetteville, Ga. Lovejoy HS

2006: Redshirt season. High School: Recorded 99 catches over last two years for nearly 2,000 yards … two-time first-team all-state, all-East Bank, all-Metro and allDistrict pick … had 60 catches for 1,225 yards with 13 TDs as a junior … recorded 33 catches for 729 yards and 10 TDs as a senior under head coach Steve Ceravolo. Personal: Born in New Orleans ... Parents are Luis Sobalvarro, Sr. and Netazia Grant ... Has four siblings … Enjoys playing basketball, going to church and spending time with his family in his spare time ... a sports management major.

Sobalvarro’s Career Stats Year 2008 2007 Career Totals

--Receiving-NO YDS TD Did Not Play 8 131 2 8 131 2

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2008: Appeared in 11 games in the defensive secondary … Started in 3130 Southeastern win over South Dakota … Finished with 22 tackles (13 solo) … Also had three tackles for loss, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery … Posted a season-high five tackles at Louisiana Tech … Posted four tackles at Alcorn State and three apiece versus Mississippi State and Northwestern State … Forced and recovered a fumble versus Texas State … Had tackles for loss versus North Dakota, Stephen F. Austin and Northwestern State … Broke up a pass at Sam Houston State. 2007: Missed the entire season. 2006: Played in first five games of the season in the secondary ... Credited with five tackles and a pass breakup ... Made two stops and broke up a pass at Texas Tech ... Also recorded two tackles versus Jacksonville ... Posted tackles versus Gardner-Webb and at New Mexico State.

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Theodore’s Career Stats High School: Named 2005 honorable mention all-region selection at Lovejoy High School … Old Spice Red Zone Player of the Week … as a junior was team defensive MVP and second team all-region.

Year 2008

--Receiving-NO YDS 20 309

TD 1

LG 62

Personal: Born in Atlanta, Ga.

Theodore’s Game-By-Game Stats 2008

Strong’s Career Stats Year 2008 2007 2006 Season Totals

UT 13

AS 9

4 17

2 11

TOT TFL SCK 22 3 0 Did not play 6 0 0 28 3 0

INT 0

PD 1

FF 1

FR 1

0 0

1 2

0 1

0 1

Strong’s Game-By-Game Stats 2008 Opponent at Alcorn State at Mississippi State South Dakota at Louisiana Tech North Dakota at Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State at Central Arkansas McNeese State Texas State Sam Houston State Season Totals

UT 3 2 1 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 13

AS 1 1 1 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 9

TOT 4 3 2 5 1 1 3 1 1 1 0 22

TFL SCK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

2006 Opponent at New Mexico State at Southern Miss Jacksonville at Texas State Gardner-Webb Season Totals

UT 0 0 2 2 0 4

AS 1 0 0 0 1 2

TOT 1 0 2 2 1 6

TFL SCK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0 1 0 1

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0 0 0 0

#81 Kory Theodore WR • 6-1 • 190 • So. • 1L New Orleans, La. West Jefferson HS

2008: Appeared in 11 games, making six starts … Finished the year with 20 receptions for 309 yards and a touchdown … Also had two carries for seven yards … Worked his way into starting lineup for the second half of the season, making 19 of his catches during the final six games … Caught three passes for 71 yards including a 62-yard touchdown in a 3027 overtime win at Sam Houston State … Made season-high five catches for 77 yards versus McNeese State … Also had a 77-yard performance on three grabs versus Northwestern State … Had multiple receptions versus Texas State (four for 43) and Nicholls State (three for 26) … Credited with receptions at Louisiana Tech and Central Arkansas. 2007: Redshirt season. High School: Two-year letterwinner for Hank Tierney at West Jefferson High School … lettered in track where he excelled in the 4x200- and 4x400-meter relay teams. Personal: Born Kory Michael Theodore in New Orleans … Parents are Wilbert and Katryna Theodore … One of six children … A kinesiology major.

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Opponent at Mississippi State South Dakota at Louisiana Tech North Dakota at Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State at Central Arkansas McNeese State Texas State at Sam Houston State at Nicholls State Season Totals

--Receiving-NO YDS TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 77 0 1 8 0 5 77 0 4 43 0 3 71 1 3 26 0 20 309 1

LG 0 0 7 0 0 53 8 35 14 62 12 62

#95 Jeff Turner K • 5-10 • 195 • Sr. • 3L Houston, Texas Cypress Creek HS Career Honors: - 2007 Sports Network All-America (Honorable Mention) - 2007 All-Southland Conference (First Team) - 2007 All-Louisiana (Second Team) - 2007 Southland Conference Special Teams Player of the Week (Sept. 17 & Nov. 5) - 2007 Louisiana Special Teams Player of the Week (Nov. 5) 2008: Had a solid junior season at kicker for the Lions … Connected on 12 of 17 attempts with a long of 46 yards … Good on 39 of 41 extra-point attempts … His 75 points on the year represented the seventh-highest total in school history … Ranked among the Southland Conference leaders in scoring (seventh), field goals (sixth), field-goal percentage (70.6, fourth) and point-after percentage (95.1, fifth) … Had season-high four field goals and 14 points at Louisiana Tech … Also made two field goals versus Northwestern State … Connected on one field goal in games versus Mississippi State, South Dakota, North Dakota, Stephen F. Austin, Texas State and Sam Houston State … Heads into senior season ranked second on school’s career scoring list with 188 points and needs 15 points to become the program’s career leader. 2007: Sports Network honorable mention All-America, first team AllSouthland Conference and second team All-Louisiana placekicker for the Lions … Connected on 17 of 20 field goal attempts and all but one of his 29 point after attempts…Led the Southland Conference in points per game and fourth in total scoring … Was also second nationally in field goals per game (1.87) and 17th in the FCS in points per game … Hit a Southland Conference record-tying 13 straight field goals during one stretch … His 79 points were the third-highest single-season total in school history ... Named Southland Conference and Louisiana Special Teams Player of the Week on Nov. 5 after hitting a SLC record six field goals, including a career-long 47-yarder, at Texas State …Two of his three field-goal misses were blocked … Connected on 10 extra-point attempts in 79-7 win over Kentucky Wesleyan … Hit all three field goal attempts versus Sam Houston State … Was a perfect 2-for-2 on field goal attempts at Tulane and versus Central Arkansas … Also made field goals versus Kentucky Wesleyan, McNeese State and Nicholls State.

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Player Bios 2006: Served as Southeastern’s placekicker for most of the season … Connected on seven of 10 field goal attempts and 13 of 16 extra-point tries ... Perfect 7-for-7 inside 30 yards ... Second on the team with 34 points, ranking seventh in the SLC with 4.2 points per game ... Hit two field goals versus Gardner-Webb ... Also made field goals at New Mexico State (21 yards), at Nicholls State (24 yards), versus Northwestern State (season-long 29 yards), at Texas State (25 yards) and versus Sam Houston State (25 yards) ... Made five extra points versus Jacksonville ... Connected on final five extra-point attempts of the season. High School: First Team All District selection in 2005 … named secondteam All-District in 2004 … also a standout athlete in soccer as a twoyear letterwinner. Personal: Born Jeffrey Michael Turner in Albuquerque, N.M. … The son of Greg and Brenda Turner … One of three children … A general studies major.

Turner’s Career Stats --Field Goals-Year ATT 2008 17 2007 20 10 2006 Career Totals 47

-PATMD LG 12 46 17 47 7 29 36 47

ATT MD 41 39 29 28 16 13 86 80

#90 Devan Walker DE • 6-3 • 252 • So. • HS Baton Rouge, La. Catholic HS 2008: Missed season. High School: All-State, All-District and All-Metro defensive end at Catholic High School ... Coached by Dale Weiner ... Also played power forward for the Catholic High basketball team. Personal: Born Devan Charles Walker in Mountain View, Calif. ... One of Wilson Walker and Melonie Martin’s five children ... Majoring in industrial technology.

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Turner’s Game-By-Game Stats

OL • 6-4 • 280 • Jr. • 2L Sugar Hill, Ga. North Gwinnett HS

2008 --Field Goals-Opponent ATT MD LG at Alcorn State 0 0 0 at Mississippi State 1 1 46 South Dakota 1 1 24 at Louisiana Tech 5 4 42 North Dakota 1 1 42 at Stephen F. Austin 2 1 28 Northwestern State 3 2 46 at Central Arkansas 0 0 0 McNeese State 0 0 0 Texas State 2 1 41 at Sam Houston State 1 1 34 1 0 0 at Nicholls State Season Totals 17 12 47

-PATATT MD 5 4 1 1 4 4 2 2 5 5 6 6 3 2 3 3 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 41 39

2007 --Field Goals-Opponent ATT MD LG Kentucky Wesleyan 1 1 21 at Tulane 2 2 37 Stephen F. Austin 1 0 0 at Northwestern State 2 1 39 Central Arkansas 2 2 40 at McNeese State 1 1 32 at Texas State 6 6 47 Sam Houston State 3 3 39 2 1 27 Nicholls State Season Totals 20 17 47

-PATATT MD 10 10 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 29 28

2008: Recovered from surgery and became the team’s starting left tackle … Started all 12 games for the Lions. 2007: Granted medical redshirt after missing all of 2007 recovering from injury. 2006: Started at left guard for the Lions in 10 games ... Established himself as a future star of the offensive line corps. High School: Four-year starter at North Gwinnett HS … earned honorable mention all-state honors as a senior … two-star rating by Rivals.com … first-team all-region and all-county … Gwinnett County Touchdown Club Offensive Lineman of the Month … twice named Gwinnett Offensive Lineman of the Week … as a junior named honorable mention all-county … twice named to Gwinnett County weekly honor roll … as a sophomore was a five-time Gwinnett Offensive Lineman of the Week … also excelled in track and field. Personal: Son of Kellie and Mark Ward.

2006 --Field Goals-Opponent ATT MD LG at New Mexico State 1 1 21 at Southern Miss 1 0 0 Jacksonville 0 0 0 Gardner-Webb 2 2 26 at Nicholls State 2 1 24 Northwestern State 1 1 29 at Texas State 2 1 25 Sam Houston State 1 1 25 Season Totals 10 7 29

-PATATT MD 1 0 0 0 6 5 1 1 1 1 3 2 2 2 2 2 16 13

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#86 Cole Wardell TE • 6-4 • 240 • Jr. • 2L Rockwall, Texas Rockwall HS Career Honors: - 2008 Southland Conference All-Academic Team (First Team)

--Receiving-NO YDS TD Opponent at New Mexico State 0 0 0 at Kansas 1 4 0 Kentucky Wesleyan 0 0 0 at Tulane 1 12 0 Stephen F. Austin 1 13 0 at Northwestern State 1 5 0 Central Arkansas 0 0 0 at McNeese State 0 0 0 at Texas State 4 50 0 Sam Houston State 2 36 0 0 0 0 Nicholls State Season Totals 10 120 0

LG 0 4 0 12 13 5 0 0 18 22 0 22

2008: Appeared in 12 games, making five starts … Finished season with eight catches for 60 yards and a touchdown … Caught two passes for 11 yards and a touchdown in season finale at Nicholls State … Finished with two receptions for 15 yards at Alcorn State … Also had two catches at Stephen F. Austin … Credited with receptions at Louisiana Tech and Central Arkansas … Strong performer in the classroom earned Southland Conference All-Academic honors. 2007: Appeared in all 11 games, starting six contests at tight end … Had 10 receptions for 120 yards … Emerged as a pass catcher late in the season with a four-catch, 50-yard performance at Texas State … Also had two catches for 36 yards, including a season-long 22-yard reception, versus Sam Houston State … First collegiate catch came at Kansas … Also had catches at Tulane, versus Stephen F. Austin and at Northwestern State. High School: Named First-Team All-District in 10-5A at Rockwall High School … served as team captain and was a second-team Academic AllTexas selection … named honorable mention All-District as a junior … Also played on the school’s basketball team. Personal: Born in Dallas, Texas … Son of John and Julie Wardell … Has two brothers, Jake and Luke … A mathematics major.

Wardell’s Career Stats Year 2008 2007 Career Totals

--Receiving-NO YDS TD 8 60 1 10 120 0 18 180 1

LG 15 22 22

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#16 Tory Williams

2008 Opponent at Alcorn State at Mississippi State South Dakota at Louisiana Tech North Dakota at Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State at Central Arkansas McNeese State Texas State at Sam Houston State at Nicholls State Season Totals

--Receiving-NO YDS TD 2 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 15 0 0 0 0 2 8 0 0 0 0 1 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 11 1 8 60 1

LG 9 0 0 15 0 5 0 11 0 0 0 8 15

WR • 6-2 • 195 • Fr. • RS Monroe, La. Sterlington HS 2008: Redshirt season. High School: A First-Team All District 2-2A selection at Sterlington High School … coached by Mike Collins … finished senior season with 56 receptions for 760 yards and seven touchdowns … helped lead SHS to 6-6 record and regional round of Class 2A playoffs. Personal: Born Tory Lydell Williams in Monroe … A business management major.

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#5 Chris Wilson

#21 Re’Keem Wilson

WR • 6-4 • 190 • Sr. • 1L Amory, Miss. Itawamba CC/Amory HS

DB • 5-11 • 180 • Jr. • 2L Franklinton, La. Franklinton HS

2008: Made an immediate impact in his first season with the Lions … Second on the team with 51 receptions, while leading the team with 740 yards and eight touchdowns … Ranked among the Southland Conference leaders in receptions per game (4.25, ninth) and receiving yards per game (61.7, ninth) … His yardage total was the second-highest single-season performance in school history, his touchdown total was third-highest and reception total was fourth-highest … Made an immediate impact in Division I debut, catching three touchdown passes for 107 yards and two touchdowns in the season-opening victory at Alcorn State … Two weeks later, he caught a season-high 11 passes for 101 yards in a 31-30 win over South Dakota … Posted highest single-game yardage total at Stephen F. Austin, finishing with 121 yards on five catches – including two touchdowns … Caught four passes for 92 yards and a touchdown in a 26-21 triumph over Northwestern State … Also recorded touchdown receptions versus Central Arkansas, Texas State and Sam Houston State …. Threw a 55-yard touchdown to Andre Cryer at Louisiana Tech. Junior College: A First Team JUCO All-State performer at Itawamba Community College … a three-star prospect by Rivals.com … as a sophomore, finished with 38 catches for 525 yards and eight touchdowns … a Preseason JUCO All-American in 2007 … in 2006, caught 39 balls for 551 yards and six scores.

2008: Played in all 12 games in the defensive backfield … Started versus Alcorn State and Texas State … Made 21 tackles (15 solo) on the year … Recorded season-high eight tackles, including one for loss at Nicholls State in the season finale … Credited with three tackles at Sam Houston State … Had two tackles each versus South Dakota, North Dakota, Stephen F. Austin and McNeese State … Also credited with a stop against both Alcorn State and Central Arkansas. 2007: Appeared in 10 games and made one start in the defensive backfield … Recorded 17 tackles (14 solo), three tackles for loss and two sacks … Had season-high six tackles and a sack versus Central Arkansas … Credited with a sack at Kansas … Posted tackle for loss and three unassisted tackles at New Mexico State … Also recorded three tackles at Texas State. High School: Three-time first-team All-District 9-3A selection for Franklinton High School leading his team in tackles for two of three years … Recorded 15 total interceptions during his career … attended the U.S. Army All-American combine. Personal: Born Re’Keem Jerron Wilson in Franklinton … Oldest of Reginald and Joy Wilson’s five children … Father played football at Nicholls State … A sports management major.

High School: Standout performer at Amory High School.

R. Wilson’s Career Stats

Personal: Born Christopher Wilson in Amory, Miss. … Majoring in general studies.

Year 2008 2007 Career Totals

UT 15 14 29

AS 6 3 9

TOT 21 17 38

TFL SCK 1 0 3 2 4 2

INT 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0

C. Wilson’s Career Stats Year 2008

--Receiving-NO YDS 51 740

R. Wilson’s Game-By-Game Stats TD 8

LG 64

C. Wilson’s Game-By-Game Stats 2008 Opponent at Alcorn State at Mississippi State South Dakota at Louisiana Tech North Dakota at Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State at Central Arkansas McNeese State Texas State at Sam Houston State at Nicholls State Season Totals

--Receiving-NO YDS TD 3 107 2 1 9 0 11 101 0 6 64 0 3 68 0 5 121 2 4 92 1 5 63 1 2 17 0 2 15 1 3 28 1 6 55 0 51 740 8

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LG 64 9 18 17 44 61 49 25 12 10 14 15 64

2008 Opponent at Alcorn State at Mississippi State South Dakota at Louisiana Tech North Dakota at Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State at Central Arkansas McNeese State Texas State at Sam Houston State at Nicholls State Season Totals

UT 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 3 6 15

AS 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 6

TOT 1 0 2 0 2 2 0 1 2 0 3 8 21

TFL SCK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2007 Opponent UT at New Mexico State 3 at Kansas 1 Kentucky Wesleyan 0 at Tulane 1 Stephen F. Austin 1 at Northwestern State 0 Central Arkansas 4 at McNeese State 1 at Texas State 3 0 Nicholls State Season Totals 14

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

TOT 3 2 0 1 1 0 6 1 3 0 17

TFL SCK 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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#88 Simmie Yarborough WR • 6-1 • 195 • So. • 1L Brookhaven, Miss. Brookhaven HS Career Honors: - 2008 Southland Conference Freshman of the Year - 2008 Louisiana Freshman of the Year - 2008 All-Southland Conference (Honorable Mention) 2008: Named Freshman of the Year by both the Southland Conference and Louisiana Sports Writers’ Association … Started six of 11 games … Second on the team with 51 receptions for 490 yards and six touchdowns … Seventh in the SLC with 4.64 receptions per contest … His reception total was the fourth-highest single-season total in school history … His touchdown total was the sixth-highest single-season total in school history … Caught eight passes for 70 yards and two touchdowns at Stephen F. Austin … Had six catches for a season-high 92 yards and a score versus Texas State … Grabbed season-high nine balls for 75 yards and a touchdown … Posted a seven-catch, 83-yard performance at Louisiana Tech … Also caught touchdowns versus Alcorn State, North Dakota and Central Arkansas. High School: Three-sport star at Brookhaven High School … two-time All-State wide receiver … three-time All-District selection in both football and basketball … a three-time All-County pick … participated in the Mississippi-Alabama All-Star game … named the school’s Most Valuable Track and Field Athlete as a junior … twice named basketball team’s Most Valuable Offensive Player and twice received the football team’s Best Receiver Award. Personal: Born Simmie Durell Yarborough in Brookhaven, Miss. … Majoring in business administration.

Year 2008

--Receiving-NO YDS 51 490

TD 6

LG 30

Yarborough’s Game-By-Game Stats 2008 Opponent at Alcorn State at Mississippi State South Dakota at Louisiana Tech North Dakota at Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State at Central Arkansas McNeese State Texas State at Sam Houston State Season Totals

--Receiving-NO YDS TD 4 19 1 1 19 0 1 8 0 7 83 0 4 47 1 8 70 2 4 11 0 9 75 1 3 17 0 6 92 1 4 49 0 51 490 6

LG 14 19 8 22 30 19 7 23 8 26 25 30

#14 B.J. Young QB • 6-2 • 200 • Fr. • RS Hahnville, La. Hahnville HS

2008: Redshirt season. High School: An All-District 6-5A performer in both football and baseball at Hahnville High School … coached by Lou Valdin … completed 63 percent of his passes for 2,219 yards and 29 touchdowns as a senior … led Hahnville to a 9-3 record in 2007 … set single-season school records for passing yards and touchdowns … 29 touchdowns tied the River Parish record. Personal: Born Brian Joseph Young in New Orleans … An education major.

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2009 Newcomers Kentavis Alford, DB, 5-11, 170 Bastrop, La. Bastrop HS Four-year starter at Bastrop High School for coach Brad Bradshaw … helped the Rams to a pair of Class 4A state championships … a two-time All-State and three-time All-District and All-Northeast Louisiana selection … as a senior, logged a team-high 78 tackles, with 15 tackles for loss … registered a sack and two interceptions, including one for a touchdown, in helping the Rams to an 11-2 record and a semifinal berth in the Class 4A playoffs … as a junior, helped BHS to its third straight undefeated season with 116 tackles and six sacks … recorded 61 tackles and four sacks as a sophomore despite missing five games to injury … totaled 59 tackles with two sacks as a freshman helping the Rams to their first state championship since 1927 … brother, Kentravis Aubrey, is a defensive tackle at LSU.

Justin Henry, OL, 6-5, 290 Jackson, La. Centreville Academy A two-time All-District 5-AA selection and MPSA All-State selection at Centreville Academy … a four-year starter for coach Bill Hurst … helped CA to two MPSA state titles … selected to the Natchez Democrat AllMetro Team … chosen as the Most Valuable Lineman for the Tigers and participated in the MPSA All-Star Game.

Jarrett Johnson, DB, 5-10, 170 Terry, Miss. Terry HS A Jackson Clarion Ledger All-Metro selection as a senior at Terry High … twice selected to the All-Region 3-5A team … coached by Bill French … also excelled in track where he finished as the South State 5A 100-meter champion … named the Offensive MVP as a senior … tabbed as an AllRegion pick and named the Bulldogs’ top defensive back in 2006.

Clint Coleman, DB, 6-1, 195 Louisville, Miss. East Central CC/Louisville HS

Will Kelly, DL, 6-3, 275 Metairie, La. Archbishop Rummel HS

A two-sport letterwinner at East Central (Miss.) Community College where he also played baseball … posted 28 tackles with two interceptions and 12 pass breakups as a sophomore … named second-team JUCO AllState and participated in the Mississippi JUCO All-Star Game … coached at ECCC by Steve Cheatham … earned honorable mention JUCO AllState honors as a freshman … played baseball at ECC as a freshman, batting .338 with 16 stolen bases … an All-District and All-Region player at Louisville (Miss.) High … named Special Teams Player of the Year.

An All-District 9-5A selection for coach Jay Roth at Archbishop Rummel High … helped the Raiders to a 9-2 record and regional berth in the state playoffs … as a junior, helped Rummel to a 10-3 record and state semifinal berth … participated in the 2008 Joe Johnson/Pontchartrain All-Star Classic.

Sam Fairley, RB, 5-9, 180 Moss Point, Miss. East Central HS The top rusher on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, totaling 1,461 yards and 17 touchdowns … named to the Biloxi Sun Herald All-Coast Team and the District 8-4A Most Valuable Player … named twice to the Mississippi Press All-Area team … chosen as the 8-4A Defensive MVP in 2007, finishing as the top tackler in the area … a two-time team MVP at ECHS and 2008 team captain … selected as the Hornets’ top defensive back from 2005-07 and the top running back in 2008 … coached by Marcus High.

Gasten Gabriel, OL, 6-5, 270 Jackson, La. West Feliciana HS A First-Team All-District 8-3A selection at West Feliciana High School … coached by Robb Odom … named to the 2008 Class 3A Honorable Mention Academic All-State team … helped the Saints to a playoff appearance as a junior … started as a freshman at Jackson High before transferring to WFHS.

T’Darryl Grays, DB, 5-11, 185 Picayune, Miss. Picayune HS A three-year starter and three-time All-District 8-4A selection at Picayune High … coached by Dodd Lee … totaled 62 tackles with two interceptions for the Maroon Tide, leading the team to 9-3 record and the second round of the state playoffs … a second-team All-Star by the Mississippi Association of Coaches.

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Matt Little, P/K, 6-1, 185 Monroe, La. Ouachita HS An All-Northeast Louisiana and All-District 1-3A selection as a punter, played for coach John Carr … averaged 38.1 yards a punt as a senior … booted a long of 74 yards … an honorable mention All-State selection … had 44 touchbacks out of his 68 kickoffs … went 33-for-45 on extra points and was 6-for-11 on field goals with long of 47 yards … named AllNortheast Louisiana, All-District and honorable mention All-State as a junior.

Gabe Loper, DB, 6-3, 190 Decatur, Miss. Newton County HS A second-team All-State selection as a wide receiver by the Mississippi Association of Coaches … tabbed the best wide receiver in Region 5-3A … helped Newton County to an 11-2 record as a senior for coach Jeff Breland … caught four touchdowns for the Cougars … recorded 41 tackles with an interception, two forced fumbles and 12 pass breakups … posted 49 tackles with five interceptions as a junior … added 36 receptions for 702 yards and seven touchdowns.

Jordan McClay, LB, 5-10, 205 Plaquemine, La. Catholic HS A first-team All-Metro selection and Class 5A honorable mention selection at Baton Rouge’s Catholic High School … registered 54 tackles at inside linebacker as a senior for coach Dale Weiner … twice named to the District 4-5A team … team captain for the Bears as a senior … started for the Bears at outside linebacker as a junior.

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Tony McCrea, DB, 5-10, 175 Irwinton, Ga. Wilkinson County HS

Cortney Sims, WR, 6 -3, 205 Shreveport, La. Huntington HS

Named the Class 1A Defensive Player of the Year by the Georgia Sports Writers Association … recorded 41 tackles with nine interceptions and 15 pass breakups for coach James Hagins … rushed for 755 yards and 11 touchdowns while completing 43 of 75 passes for 848 yards and 20 touchdowns … led the Warriors to the semifinals in the state playoffs as a senior … named to the first-team for All-Middle Georgia, All-Albany and Region 7A.

A two-time All-City quarterback at Huntington High … coached by Jerry Byrd … named All-District 1-5A after recording over 1,600 yards passing and 500 yards rushing as a senior … as a junior, threw for over 1,500 yards with 400 yards on the ground … member of the HHS basketball team that advanced to the 2007 LHSAA Top 28 State Tournament.

Boyd Mothe, P, 6-3, 190 New Orleans, La. Jesuit HS A first-team All-District 9-5A selection as a punter and wide receiver at New Orleans’ Jesuit High … selected All-Orleans Parish by the New Orleans Times Picayune and was named to the Class 5A Honorable Mention All-Academic Team … totaled 30 receptions for 493 yards and nine touchdowns for the Blue Jays as a senior … chosen to play in the Lake Pontchartrain All-Star Classic … coached by Wayde Kaiser.

Evan Niles, OL, 6-2, 295 Mize, Miss. Jones County JC/Mize HS Named a first-team All-MACJC South Division player as a sophomore … participated in the MACJC All-Star game … helped JCJC to a state runner-up finish as a sophomore … coached by Eddie Pierce … helped the Bobcats post a 16-4 record in two seasons, including a 7-2 record and finishing the year ranked No. 14 in the NJCAA/JCfootball.com poll ... a two-time Class 1A All-State selection at Mize High … twice named the Bulldogs’ Offensive Lineman of the Year.

Marshall Paris, OL, 6-2, 270 Lake Charles, La. Sam Houston HS A first-team All-District 4-4A selection for coach Russ Sutherland at Sam Houston High … helped the Broncos to a state playoff berth … selected to the Honorable Mention Academic All-State team … named first-team All-State by the Louisiana Coaches Association.

Josh Reed, RB, 5-10, 190 Hammond, La. St. Thomas Aquinas HS A four-year letterwinner and three-time All-District selection at St. Thomas Aquinas High … named to the Class 2A All-State team … helped STA to an 11-1 record and quarterfinal berth in the state playoffs as a senior … coached by John White … gained over 1,000 yards total offense three straight seasons … participated in the 2008 Joe Johnson/Pontchartrain All-Star Classic … also excelled in track where he was a four-time AllState selection … three-time MVP and 2008 Class 2A state indoor long jump champion.

Kenard Springer, RB, 6-0, 215 Nettleton, Miss. Itawamba CC/Nettleton HS Second-leading rusher at Itawamba (Miss.) Community College … led ICC in total offense … a second-team All-Area product … played in the Mississippi JUCO All-Star Game … coached by Jeff Terrill … two-time AllDistrict and All-Area standout at Nettleton High … rushed 989 yards and was named to the Super 24 team as a senior … standout in baseball, finishing on the All-Division team five consecutive seasons … hit .569 as a junior and .486 as a senior … played four seasons (2002-05) of minor league baseball after being an 8th round selection of the Kansas City Royals organization … helped the Royals capture the Rookie League championship while hitting .346 … established a record for outfield assists (22) in Low-A ball, breaking the previous mark set in 1979.

Doc Ward, DE, 6-2, 220 Rayville, La. Rayville HS A three-time All-District 1-3A selection for coach Bo Barton at Rayville High … totaled 96 tackles with 8.5 sacks and two forced fumbles as a senior … helped the Hornets to an 8-4 record and second-round berth in the state playoffs … garnered All-State and All-Northeast Louisiana honors as a junior after recording 92 tackles with five sacks and three forced fumbles … tallied 88 tackles with two sacks as a sophomore.

Jordan Williams, DB, 6-1, 190 Marksville, La. Marksville HS Named first-team All-District 3-3A, All-Avoyelles Parish and All-CENLA as a senior … coached by J.T. Dunbar … earned honorable mention AllState notice for the Tigers.

Geremy Wilson, OL, 6-3, 295 Galveston, Texas Ball HS A first-team All-District 24-5A selection as a senior at Galveston’s Ball High … also named second-team All-Galveston County … played for coach Ron Holmes … earned second-team All-District honors as a junior for the Golden Tornadoes.

Morgan Scala, OL, 6-1, 260 Baton Rouge, La. Valley Forge (Pa.) Military/University HS A three-time All-District 8-2A selection and 2007 second-team All-State selection at Baton Rouge’s University High … selected as the Cubs’ top offensive lineman in 2006-07 … participated in the Red Stick Bowl … coached by Johnny Shoptaugh … spent the 2008 season at Valley Forge (Pa.) Military Academy … coached at VFMA by Mike Korom and Chris Bechtel.

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Head Coach Mike Lucas

Mike Lucas Head Coach • Third Year • Liberty ‘82 ntering his third season as head football coach at Southeastern Louisiana University, Mike Lucas has continued to strive on a mission of molding a championship-caliber program through a heavy emphasis on in-state recruiting. Named the 14th head football coach in Southeastern Louisiana history on December 14, 2006, his main focus was to quickly stabilize a young program that was affected by two seasons of distractions while building a program with new players from a deep pool of talent in the state of Louisiana. One look at the Southeastern roster reveals a strong base of players from the Pelican State. Of the players on the 2009 roster, 63 hail from the state of Louisiana with 45 players signed from in-state within the past three classes. But with his many years of experience in the Southland Conference, learning under some of the league’s legendary mentors, and gaining the trust and admiration of his players, Lucas has the Lions back on track as they enter their fifth season in one of the top football conferences in the Football Championship Subdivision. Despite missing half of the 2008 season to undergo a heart valve procedure, Lucas’ leadership was evident from the moment he had to temporarily step away.

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His first decision was to name offensive coordinator Tommy Condell as acting head coach – a move that helped the program remain stable. The Lions finished the 2008 campaign with a 5-7 record, their best mark since a 7-4 mark in 2004, and were competitive in each game of a 12-game schedule that included SEC opponent Mississippi State and in-state rival Louisiana Tech. In 2008, Southeastern posted the third-best mark in school history for passing yards (3,087), all-purpose yards (5,702), total offense (4,088) and points scored (327). Quarterback Brian Babin posted the third-best totals for passing yards (2,806), touchdowns (25) and completion percentage (62.4) while three receivers – Jay Lucas, Chris Wilson and SLC Freshman-of-the-Year Simmie Yarborough – each caught 50 passes in a season. Defensively, safety Tommy Connors produced an All-American season, finishing second in the Southland Conference in tackles while leading the league in interceptions. Officially named head football coach at the end of the 2006 campaign after serving the previous two seasons as defensive coordinator, Lucas is familiar with the ingredients that are needed to be a consistent winner in the Southland

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The Mike Lucas File Personal Full name ............................Michael Lucas Birthdate .............................March 7, 1959 Hometown: ..........................Mt. Holly, N.J. Wife .................................................Wendy Children..............................Tyler and Torin

(Above left) The Lucas intensity is there as the Lions prepare for their 2008 contest at Louisiana. (Above) Lucas gives his defensive unit instructions against Tulane in 2007. (Left) Lucas talks to his coaches in the Lions’ 2007 season-finale against arch-rival Nicholls State.

Conference. Lucas took over the program on an interim basis for the final three games of the 2006 season before embarking on his first full season as head coach in 2007. With a new quarterback and tremendous youth on the defensive side of the ball, the Lions showed dramatic improvement and played with the heart and determination needed to win championships. Southeastern finished the 2007 season with a 3-8 record, but the foundation for a successful gridiron future was laid under Lucas’ guidance. Offensively in 2007, Southeastern relied on the play of All-SLC running back Jay Lucas along with first-year starter Babin, who made great strides during the season at quarterback and fifth-year wideout Byron Ross, who provided the Lions on of the top deep threats in the league. With an extremely youthful defense, featuring as many as seven true freshmen on the field at one time, Southeastern displayed Lucas’ hard-nosed style of play in every game during the season. With a defense highlighted by a pair of youngsters, Connors and freshman linebacker Mark Newbill, the Lions finished near the top of the FCS national rankings in turnover margin. Under Lucas’ guidance as Southeastern entered the SLC in 2005 after spending the previous two years as an independent, the majority of the Lions’ defensive numbers improved across the board despite facing a much stiffer schedule including a full-conference slate. As newcomers to the SLC, the Lions were no cubs, especially on defense where they were third overall, behind only conference co-champs Nicholls and Texas State, in total defense (349.5 YPG), were second in pass efficiency defense (115.7), third in rushing defense (146.3 YPG) and first in opponent first downs allowed (181). Following the season, defensive back Charles Hall signed a free agent contract with the Cleveland Browns pushing the total number of defensive NFL signees coached by Lucas to eight. Six Lion defenders earned all-Southland notice while Duriel Adams was also named all-Louisiana. Lucas also serves as the liaison to the Career and Academic Planning Center. The CAP Center assists with all advising and tutorial services provided for

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Education 1982 ................................Liberty University B.S., Physical Education and Psychology Coaching Career 1979....................................Student Assistant Coach ................................................................William and Mary 1980-84...............................................Assistant Coach .....................................................................................Liberty 1984.................................Graduate Assistant Coach .....................................................................................UTEP 1985-87...................................Defensive Coordinator .........................................................Eastern New Mexico 1987-2001..............................Defensive Coordinator ...........................................................Sam Houston State 1991-2001..............................Assistant Head Coach ...........................................................Sam Houston State 2005-06...................................Defensive Coordinator ....................................................Southeastern Louisiana 2007- ............................................................Head Coach ....................................................Southeastern Louisiana

"He has served our football program well as an assistant coach and later as interim head coach. He is a leader who knows our program and players well and has earned their respect. In addition, he has proven to be an excellent recruiter. Mike brings the needed stability and continuity that a young football program needs, and we see him helping to move our program forward in the Southland Conference. His many years of experience in the conference, working under some excellent head coaches, has prepared him for this challenge." Dr. Randy Moffett Former Southeastern President

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Head Coach Mike Lucas

(Above) Lucas (in black shirt) served as Ron Randleman’s defensive coordinator at Sam Houston State for 15 years. (Left) Eleven of Lucas’ defensive units finished in the top 15 in the national I-AA rankings. Southeastern student-athletes. After one year, the team G.P.A. had seen a considerable increase, doubling the number of football players attaining a 3.0. Although the hard work of the players, coaches and staff are critical, at least part of the Lions’ success in 2005 could be attributed to Lucas’ familiarity with the Southland. No stranger to the SLC, Lucas previously served as defensive coordinator and assistant head coach for veteran Ron Randleman at Sam Houston State for 15 years repeatedly producing defensive units that ranked among the best in NCAA Division I-AA football and the Southland Conference. During his time at SHSU, Lucas guided the Bearkat defense among the top 15 in national defensive statistical categories 11 times and led the Southland in defensive statistics five times. The defense set several school records in his tenure including marks for most quarterback sacks (52, 2001) and fewest points allowed (13.2 ppg, 1991). Under Lucas, the Bearkat defense turned out seven defensive players who signed National Football League contracts and two who were NFL draft choices. Lucas coached 41 defensive players who earned All-Southland honors a total of 65 times. Prior to joining the SHSU staff in 1987, Lucas previously served as defensive coordinator at Eastern New Mexico where his squad led the Lone Star Conference in total defense and scoring defense and ranked third nationally in punt returns. In 1984, he coached wide receivers at UTEP. From 1980 to 1983, he coached the secondary, defensive line and linebackers and assisted in the strength and conditioning program at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va. He began his coaching career at the College of William and Mary in 1979 as a defensive student assistant. Lucas was a three-year letterman in football at Pemberton (N.J.) High School and also lettered in baseball and wrestling. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Liberty in 1982, majoring in physical education and psychology. He and his wife, Wendy, have two sons, Tyler (22), a former quarterback and 2009 graduate of Cornell University, and Torin (20), a sophomore catcher on the Southeastern baseball team.

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Southeastern Louisiana Football Coaching History

1930

R. Norval Garrett

2-3

1931-1937

A.L. “Red” Swanson

40-17-4

1938-1940

Lloyd Stovall

14-13-3

1941

Jesse Fatheree

4-5

1942

Arthur “Slick” Morton

5-5

1946-1950

E.L. “Ned” McGehee

25-20-3

1951-1964

Stan Galloway

84-42-4

1965-1971

Pat Kenelly

24-44

1972-1973

Roland Dale

7-14

1974-1979

Billy Brewer

38-24-2

1980-1985

Oscar Lofton

30-33-1

2003-2004

Hal Mumme

2005-2006

Dennis Roland

6-12

2006-

Mike Lucas *

8-18

12-11

* Took over the final three games of the 2006 season on an interim basis before being appointed head coach in December, 2006.

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Tommy Condell Offensive Coordinator/QBs ommy Condell, a native of Utica, N.Y., is in his third year as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Southeastern and is responsible for all aspects of the offensive team and staff. Condell comes to Hammond with over a decade of coaching experience at the professional and collegiate level. Named acting head coach after Mike Lucas was forced to miss the remaining six games of the 2008 season, Condell guided Southeastern to a 2-4 record with Southland Conference victories over Northwestern State and Sam Houston State. Condell has been influential in the development of quarterback Brian Babin, who enters his final season second in every major passing category in school history. Condell’s high-tech offense also saw three players in 2008 record 50 or more receptions in a single-season for the first time in school history. In his first season on the Southeastern staff, his innovative offense saw an increase in total offense by nearly 50 yards per game and the school’s single-season rushing record was set by Jay Lucas. Babin, in his first season as the Lions’ starting quarterback, finished fourth in the Southland Conference in passing yards, was fifth in total offense and fifth in passing efficiency. Prior to his arrival, Condell spent the three seasons as a coach in the Canadian Football League and served as the offensive coordinator for the Saskatchewan Roughriders in 2006. Prior to that, he was the pass game coordinator and coached both receivers and quarterbacks for two seasons with the Ottawa Renegades. During his time in Ottawa, Condell handled all the play calling duties for the Renegades. Under his direction, quarterback Kerry Joseph became the third player in CFL history to pass for 4,000 yards and rush for 1,000 yards in the same season. In addition, wide receiver Jason Armstead set a new Renegade standard for receiving yards in a single season. No stranger to the state of Louisiana or the Southland Conference, Condell coached at Louisiana-Monroe (2001-03), Stephen F. Austin (1999-2001) and McNeese State (1998). Condell served as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at ULM for his final two seasons in Monroe and was the fourthyoungest offensive coordinator in Division I-A. In those two seasons, the Indian offense produced a 46 percent increase in scoring per game and a 36 percent increase in total yards per contest. In 2002, the team produced a 2,000-yard passer, 1,000-yard receiver and 1,000-yard rusher in the same season for only the second time in school history. In 2001, he served as ULM’s special teams coordinator. ULM improved upon its kick return and punting averages under Condell’s watch. At SFA, Condell was the pass game coordinator and receivers coach for three seasons and was responsible for all in-game play calling. In 1999, Condell’s troops won the Southland Football League title. In 2000, the unit led the SFL in first downs and third-down conversion rate, while ranking second in the

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Personal Data Personal Full name ...............................Thomas Condell Birthdate .....................................Oct. 10, 1971 Hometown .......................................Utica, N.Y. Wife ........................................................Mandy Children ..............Caleb, Luke, James Thomas

Recruiting Area North Louisiana (I-20 corridor)

Education 1994 .................................B.A., SUNY-Cortland 2000...........................M.Ed., Stephen F. Austin

Coaching Career 1995.........................................Assistant Coach ................................................Illinois Wesleyan 1996.........................................Assistant Coach ........................................................Albany Fire 1996.........................................Assistant Coach ...............................................Hamilton College 1997.........................................Assistant Coach ....................................Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1998.........................................Assistant Coach ..................................................McNeese State 1999-2000 ...............................Assistant Coach ..........................(Pass Game Coordinator/WR) ..............................................Stephen F. Austin 2001-2003 ...............................Assistant Coach ...............................(Offensive Coordinator/QB) ..............................................Louisiana-Monroe 2004-05 ...................................Assistant Coach ....................(Pass Game Coordinator/QB/WR) ............................................Ottawa Renegades 2006.........................................Assistant Coach .....................................(Offensive Coordinator) ...............................Saskatchewan Roughriders 2007-Present ..........................Assistant Coach ...............................(Offensive Coordinator/QB) .....................................Southeastern Louisiana

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Tommy Condell with wife Mandy and sons Luke and Caleb league in total offense and scoring. McNeese State advanced to the I-AA Playoffs during Condell’s one season as tight ends and offensive line coach in Lake Charles. Condell was responsible for scripting plays and coached All-SFL tight end Pat Matthews. Other stops for Condell include seasons with the CFL’s Winnipeg Blue Bombers, the Albany Firebirds of the Arena League, Hamilton College and Illinois Wesleyan University. Condell also played collegiately at Lock Haven University and Cortland State, where he was a part of two ECAC championship squads. Condell earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education from S.U.N.Y. at Cortland and his master’s degree in kinesiology from Stephen F. Austin. Condell is married to the former Mandy Sciba. The couple resides in Ponchatoula with their three sons, Caleb (3) and Luke (2) and James Thomas, born July 8, 2009.

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Matt Webb Defensive Coordinator/LBs att Webb begins his fifth season at Southeastern Louisiana and his third as the Lions’ defensive coordinator. Webb, who serves as Southeastern’s recruiting coordinator, guided a defense in 2008 that led the Southland Conference in turnover margin and pass efficiency and third in pass defense. Five players earned All-Southland Conference honors in 2008, led by first-team defensive back Tommy Connors, who was also selected to three FCS All-America squads after finishing among the top tacklers in the league while pacing the conference with four interceptions. Under Webb’s tutelege, Connors and Mark Newbill became the first tandem since football was re-instated to record 100 tackles in a season. Webb spent the 2005 season coaching the defensive line before taking over the linebacking corps the following season. After being promoted to defensive coordinator by head coach Mike Lucas, Webb inherited a defense that produced five all-conference picks in 2006, including Connors who was a second-team selection as a freshman. In 2005, Webb oversaw a Lions’ defensive front four that helped form the nucleus of one of the top defensive units in the Southland Conference. Under Webb’s guidance, his front line allowed only 146 yards rushing per game and ranked third in the SLC in that category. Following the season, two of his players, Rudy Johnson and Derrick Mincey earned all-conference notice while Steven Smith was an all-academic SLC pick. Webb has played a tremendous role in spearheading the recruiting efforts at Southeastern where his classes have been regarded by some publications as some of the best in Louisiana and in the Football Championship Subdivision (formally Division IAA). Webb was instrumental in the 2006 signing

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Personal Data Personal Full name........................................Matt Webb Birthdate..........................September 11, 1974 Hometown .................................Maryville, Mo. Wife ...........................................................Amy Children ..........................................Maggie (3)

Recruiting Area Central and Northwest Louisiana (I-49 corridor)

Education 1997 .....................B.A., William Jewell College 2000 ...........M.S., Southwest Baptist University

Playing Career 1993-97 .........................William Jewell College

Coaching Career 1997-2000 ...............................Assistant Coach .............................................Southwest Baptist 2000-01 ...................................Assistant Coach ...........................................Southeast Missouri 2001-05 ...................................Assistant Coach ...........................................Southeast Missouri 2005-06 ...................................Assistant Coach ....................................Southeastern Louisiana 2007-present ..........................Assistant Coach ....................................(Defensive Coordinator) ....................................Southeastern Louisiana

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Matt Webb with wife Amy and daughter Maggie class that inked 32 players including the No. 1 ranked I-AA prospect at wide receiver. Webb joined the Lions in January of 2005 as defensive line coach and recruiting coordinator and immediately hit the ground running helping put together a solid recruiting class just weeks before signing day. The Lions inked 17 players on signing day. Prior to coming to Southeastern, Webb served as linebackers coach (2000) and defensive line coach (2001-2004) at Southeast Missouri State University as well as recruiting coordinator. During his tenure, Webb was a part of a significant turnaround at SEMO, helping the team to its first eight-win season since 1967 and to the conference championship game a year later. From 1997-2000, Webb served as an assistant coach at Southwest Baptist University under Dennis Roland before reuniting in 2005 when Roland was named head coach at Southeastern. Much like his time at SEMO, Webb worked with both the linebackers and defensive line while handling the recruiting coordinator duties. Along with his coaching experiences, Webb has also coordinated numerous summer football camps and tournaments as well as teaching instructional classes on coaching football during his time at Southeast Missouri. Originally from Maryville, Mo., Webb earned his bachelor’s degree in communication at William Jewell College where he was a threetime all-conference linebacker and team MVP as a senior. Webb earned his master’s degree from Southwest Baptist University and is married to the former Amy Claxton. They are the parents of a daughter, Maggie Jeanne (3).

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Allen Rudolph Offensive Line llen Rudolph enters his third season with the Lions as offensive line coach. An experienced recruiter and coach, Rudolph is entering his 15th season of coaching at the collegiate level with over half of his years spent in the state of Louisiana. Rudolph has been instrumental in the play of juniors Kevin Hughes and David Ward, two key veterans on the left side who are rated among the best in the Southland Conference. The son of a coach, Rudolph made an immediate impact on the senior members of the 2007 line as Earl Cager earned second-team AllSouthland Conference honors and Johnny Flowers concluded his career with 32 consecutive starts at left tackle. Prior to his arrival in Hammond, Rudolph spent two seasons at Samford University in Birmingham, Ala. Rudolph was the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach for the Bulldogs and was responsible for recruiting the northwest Alabama and northern Mississippi areas. Prior to his time in Birmingham, he was the offensive line coach at East Mississippi Community College. In addition to his coaching duties at EMCC, Rudolph also served as the Director of the Campus Wellness Center. In 2002 and 2003, he served on the staff of then-Louisiana Monroe and current Southeastern offensive coordinator Tommy Condell at ULM. The offensive line coach for the Indians, Rudolph also recruited prospects in south Mississippi and south Alabama.

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Personal Data Personal Full name .....................Charles Allen Rudolph Birthdate....................................Feb. 10, 1971 Hometown................................Jackson, Miss. Wife ........................................................Nicole Children ....................Abbey (7), McKenzie (3)

Recruiting Area Mississippi Junior Colleges, Mobile, Florida Panhandle

Education 1995.................................Southern Mississippi .....................................B.S., American Studies

Playing Career 1989-93 ......................................Nicholls State

Coaching Career 1995-98 ..................................Assistant Coach ....................................................Nicholls State 1999........................................Assistant Coach .................Copiah-Lincoln Community College 2000-01 ..................................Assistant Coach ...........................................Mississippi College 2002-03 ..................................Assistant Coach .............................................Louisiana-Monroe 2004........................................Assistant Coach ...............East Mississippi Community College 2005-06 ..................................Assistant Coach ............................................................Samford 2007-present .........................Assistant Coach ....................................Southeastern Louisiana

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Allen Rudolph with wife Nicole and daughters MacKenzie and Abbey Before joining Condell in Monroe, Rudolph spent two seasons at Mississippi College. In addition to his duties as offensive line coach, Rudolph also served as the team’s strength and conditioning coach, while recruiting central Mississippi and central Alabama. Rudolph also was the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Copiah-Lincoln Community College before his stint at Mississippi College. Rudolph got his start at Southeastern’s SLC rival Nicholls State, where he coached from 1995-98. In his first three seasons with the Colonels, he coached the tight ends and tackles, before switching duties to running backs and tight ends, as well as coordinating the special teams in his final two seasons. During his stay in Thibodaux, Rudolph’s recruiting area included south Mississippi, south Alabama, south central Louisiana and the Florida Panhandle. Rudolph played at Nicholls State for four years and served as the team’s starting center for three seasons. He was one of the Colonels’ team captains in his junior and senior campaigns. Rudolph earned his bachelor’s degree in American Studies from Southern Mississippi. Rudolph played for his father, Steve Rudolph, at East Central High School in Hurley, Miss. A native of Jackson, Miss., Rudolph and his wife, the former Nicole David, reside in Hammond with their daughters, Abbey (7) and McKenzie (3).

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Patrick Garvin Defensive Line atrick Garvin, in his second stint on the Southeastern coaching staff, begins his third season overall for Southeastern as the LionsĂ­ defensive line coach. Garvin, who replaced Dan Redding as the defensive line coach, spent the 2005 season at Southeastern as defensive line coach before spending the next two seasons in the high school ranks. In 2008, Garvin helped mold the progress of Devin Boutwell and Steven Honore who were both named to the All-Southland Conference team. The Lions posted the fourth-best total of quarterback sacks (25) in school history with Honore leading the team with six. Garvin coached defensive ends in his first stint in Hammond, helping the Lions to a 4-6 record in their first season in the Southland Conference. Among the players Garvin coached were former standouts Derrick Mincey, who was a second-team All-SLC selection, honorable mention All-SLC selection Rudy Johnson and Steven Smith, who was named to the Southland Conference All-Academic team. Garvin spent the past season as head coach and athletic director at Lumberton (Miss.) High School where he led his team to a 6-5 record and a berth in the state playoffs. Garvin spent the 2006 season at Gulfport (Miss.) High School where he was the defensive coordinator before moving to the offensive side last spring. A native of Hattiesburg, Miss., Garvin began his coaching career at Belhaven where he spent two seasons on Roland's staff. Garvin

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Personal Data Personal Full name ..................................Patrick Garvin Birthdate .....................................June 7, 1977 Hometown...........................Hattiesburg, Miss. Wife ...................................................Elizabeth

Recruiting Area South Mississippi

Education 2000.............................B.A., Belhaven College 2001..................M. Ed., William Carey College

Playing Career 1996-97 ..........Pearl River Community College 1998-99 ................................Belhaven College

Coaching Career 2000-02 ..................................Assistant Coach .............................................Belhaven College 2002-04 ..................................Assistant Coach ............................................................Samford 2005........................................Assistant Coach ....................................Southeastern Louisiana 2006..............................Defensive Coordinator .............................Gulfport (Miss.) High School 2007 ...................Head Coach/Athletic DIrector ........................Lumberton (Miss.) High School 2008- ......................................Assistant Coach ....................................Southeastern Louisiana

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Patrick Garvin with wife Elizabeth moved to the Division I ranks in 2002 when he took a position at Samford University, where he was tight ends coach in 2002 before coaching the Bulldog running backs in 2003. Garvin played two seasons at Pearl River (Miss.) Community College before finishing his career at Belhaven, where he was an All MidSouth Conference selection at guard. He was one of seven inducted into the Belhaven College Sports Hall of Fame in 2008. Garvin earned his Bachelor of Arts degree at Belhaven College in 2000 and a Master’s at William Carey College in 2001. He is married to the former Elizabeth Shelton of Tupelo, Miss., and they reside in Hammond.

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Tyronee Williams Receivers yronee Williams, a tireless recruiter who has helped produce some of the top runners in Lions’ history, enters his fifth season at Southeastern and his first in charge of the receiving corps. Williams, who also holds the title of Assistant Athletic Director for Community Service, will have a loaded stable of receivers to work with in 2009 led by seniors Chris Wilson and Merrick Lanaux along with junior Andre Cryer and reigning Southland Conference Freshman of the Year Simmie Yarborough. In his previous assignment with the Lions, Williams was instrumental in the play of threeyear letterwinner Jay Lucas. Under Williams’ tutelage, the three-time All-Southland Conference running back set the school-record for rushing yards (1,239) in 2007 and finished fourth in school history in rushing yards and second in all-purpose yards. In 2006, Williams served as mentor to AllSouthland Conference running back Lucas along with veteran Mario Gilbert, giving Southeastern one of the top 1-2 tandems in the SLC. In 2005, the Lions’ running game was an effective part of the vaunted Air Raid offense. Led by quarterback Trey Willie, the team’s leading rusher, Southeastern was third nationally in total offense. A former player at Middle Georgia College, Williams joined the Lions’ staff from Mars Hill College where he served as the school’s wide receivers coach. At Mars Hill, Williams coached punt returners as well as wide receivers and handled personnel substitution on game day. He assisted in the coordination of the passing game and served as the liaison for housing and financial aid while also coordinating work-study and study hall. He also recruited the 2004 SAC Conference Freshman of the Year and coached a three-year all-conference player who had a career average

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Personal Data Personal Full name .............................Tyronee Williams Birthdate ......................................Oct. 5, 1975 Hometown ...............................Columbus, Ga. Wife .........................................................Tracy Children....................Jalen (16), Zoye’ (9) and ............................................................Zyan (1)

Recruiting Area River Parishes; Baton Rouge

Education 1999 .............................B.S., Mars Hill College

Playing Career 1994-95.......................Middle Georgia College 1996-97 .................................Mars Hill College

Coaching Career 1998..........................................Student Coach ..............................................Mars Hill College 1998-2000....................Assistant Coach (OLB) ....................................Middle Georgia College 2000-05 ..................Assistant Coach, (WR/PR) ..............................................Mars Hill College 2005-present .................Assistant Coach (RB) ....................................Southeastern Louisiana

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Tyronee Williams with wife Tracy and Zyan, Zoye’ and Jalen 27.5 yards per catch with 36 career TDs. Prior to his stint at Mars Hill, Williams served from 1998-2000 as an intern and then promoted to assistant football coach at Middle Georgia coaching outside linebackers. During the 1998 season, Williams served as a student coach at Mars Hill coaching the defensive scout team and assisting in all aspects of football operations. Williams played at Middle Georgia College and helped the squad to a 10-2 record in 1995. He played in the Mineral Water Bowl where an interception by Williams sealed the win. Middle Georgia finished the season ranked seventh in the NJCAA poll. Williams was a three-year letterwinner in football at Harris County High School. He earned a bachelor of science degree from Mars Hill in 2000 majoring in Physical Education with a minor in business. Williams and his wife, Tracy, have three children, sons Jalen (16) and Zyan (1) and daughter Zoye' (9) .

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Sam Petitto Defensive Backs am Petitto, a Louisiana native and was a member of the inaugural 2003 coaching staff, returns to Southeastern where he will be in charge of the Lions’ defensive backs. An Amite native, Petitto will mentor a group led by All-American Tommy Connors along with veterans Craig Duronslet, Brian Reynolds, Re’Keem Wilson, Curtis Strong and Paul Mundy. In his first stint with the Lions, Petitto served as a defensive assistant on Hal Mumme’s staff and helped Southeastern to a 5-7 mark ñ the sixth-best record for Division I startup programs in NCAA history. Three of Petitto’s pupils ñ David Daniels, Vernon Russell and Jarred Jenkins ñ each recorded a team-high three interceptions on the season with Russell scoring the first Southeastern touchdown with a 29yard interception return in the season-opener against Arkansas-Monticello. Prior to his return to his native state, Petitto served as a defensive graduate assistant at Alabama under Nick Saban. He spent the 2007 campaign at North Carolina under Butch Davis where he worked as a defensive graduate assistant before becoming the Tar Heels’ Director of Player Personnel under the direction

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Personal Data Personal Full name ................................Sam Petitto, Jr. Birthdate....................................April 20, 1971 Hometown .......................................Amite, La. Wife..........................................................Anna Children...................................................Malia

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of Associate Head Coach John Blake. Petitto spent three seasons as an assistant coach at Grambling where he coached defensive backs and served as the Tigers’ recruiting coordinator. He helped Grambling to the 2005 Black College National Championship and his secondary ranked first in the Southwestern Athletic Conference in five categories. Before his first stint at Southeastern, where he helped the school return to the gridiron after dropping the program after the 1985 season, Petitto had success in the Louisiana high school ranks with stops at Class 1A Kentwood (1998), Class 3A Amite (1999) and Class 4A Salmen High (2000). During his first three seasons in the high school ranks, Petitto helped each school to the Louisiana state championship, with identical 150 records at Kentwood and Amite - his alma mater. Petitto earned his degree from the University of Louisiana-Monroe in 1998 after attending Southwest Mississippi Community College on a baseball scholarship. Petitto is married to the former Anna Meyerchick and they are the parents of an infant daughter, Malia.

Northshore, New Orleans

Education 1998 ............................B.A., Louisiana-Monroe

Playing Career ................................Southwest Mississippi CC ..........................................................(Baseball)

Coaching Career 1998-99 ..................................Assistant Coach ...........................................Kentwood (La.) HS 1999-2000 ..............................Assistant Coach ..................................................Amite (La.) HS 2000-01 ..................................Assistant Coach ...................................Salmen HS (Slidell, La.) 2002-03 ..................................Assistant Coach ....................................Southeastern Louisiana 2004........................................Assistant Coach ...................................................Covington HS 2005-06 ..................................Assistant Coach .........................................................Grambling 2007 ...................................Graduate Assistant ..................................................North Carolina 2008 ...................................Graduate Assistant ............................................................Alabama 2009- ......................................Assistant Coach ....................................Southeastern Louisiana

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Tyler Paopao Running Backs honors as a senior at Occidental College in 2002 recording nearly 1,800 yards and 10 touchdowns. During the 2002 season, Paopao set career-bests in yardage, attempts, and completions, and earned his second consecutive All-SCIAC selection. He signed a free agent contract with the CFL’s Ottawa Renegades after completing his eligibility at Occidental.

Personal Data Personal Full name....................................Tyler Paopao Hometown............................Oceanside, Calif.

Recruiting Area Bayou Parishes

Education

yler Paopao, who spent the past two seasons assisting Tommy Condell with the Southeastern offense, begins his third season overall in Hammond and his first in charge of the Lion running backs. Serving as a graduate assistant at Southeastern from 2007-08, Paopao coached tight ends, including Cole Wardell, who was a 2008 Southland Conference All-Academic selection. Paopao, an Oceanside, Calif., native and the son of longtime Canadian Football League quarterback Joe Paopao, earned secondteam All-Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference

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2003........................................B.A., Occidental 2008 ...............M.B.A., Southeastern Louisiana

Playing Career ................................Southwest Mississippi CC ..........................................................(Baseball)

Coaching Career 2007-08 ..............................Graduate Assistant ....................................Southeastern Louisiana 2009- ......................................Assistant Coach ....................................Southeastern Louisiana

Dexter Falgoust Graduate Assistant exter Falgoust, a former AllAmerican Southwest Conference selection at Louisiana College, begins his second year as a defensive assistant at Southeastern. A Garyville native and Riverside Academy graduate, Falgoust will assist defensive coordinator Matt Webb with the Southeastern linebackers. A four-year letterwinner at LC, Falgoust led the Division III Wildcats in receiving as a senior in 2006 with 49 catches for 791 yards. He ranked in the top five in the ASC in catches

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Cody Samples Graduate Assistant

ody Samples is in his first season with the Lion coaching staff as a graduate assistant special teams coach. Samples spent the previous two seasons as the starting punter for the Lions after transferring from Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. As a senior, he averaged 38.9 yards per punt and downed 16 of his punts inside the 20-yard line. In his junior campaign with the Lions, Samples posted a 37.0 per

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Mike Neville Student Assistant

ike Neville is in his first season with the Lion coaching staff as an offensive student assistant coach. Neville joins the staff after playing for Southeastern for the past two years. Originally a quarterback when he came to Hammond out of Solano Community College, Neville lined up as a halfback, wide receiver, punt

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returner, kickoff returner and defensive back during his two seasons with the Lions. Last season, Neville caught 16 passes for 102 yards and also completed 11 of 21 passes for 107 yards and two touchdowns. As a junior, Neville rushed for 110 yards. Neville was an All-Bay Valley Conference performer at Solano prior to joining the Lions. In his sophomore season, he passed for 2,275 yards and 14 touchdowns, while also running for 372 yards and six scores. Neville signed with BYU out of high school, but spent two years in Brazil serving as a missionary before enrolling at Solano. A Vallejo, Calif., native, Neville is nearing completion of his undergraduate studies in general studies.

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Tony Trombetta Assistant AD/Sports Medicine

ony Trombetta begins his fourth season as Head Athletic Trainer and is in his second year as Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine at Southeastern Louisiana University. Most recently the head football athletic trainer for Northeastern University in Boston, Trombetta replaced Southeastern Athletics Hall of Fame inductee Robert ìDocî Goodwin after 31 years of dedicated service to the university. At Southeastern, Trombetta and his staff are responsible for the health and welfare of all student-athletes along with adhering to all NATA policies and recommendations.

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Trombetta serves as the medical insurance coordinator for the athletic department and teaches classes in the Athletic Training curriculum. Trombetta has nearly 10 years of progressively responsible experience working in the athletic training field including a three-year stint as the assistant athletic trainer at McNeese State University. At Northeastern, Trombetta was responsible for developing, coordinating and administering a comprehensive sports medical program for the university’s I-AA football team. The program included prevention, evaluation, immediate care, treatment, rehabilitation, and reconditioning of athletics injuries. He also worked closely with and provided clinical instruction for undergraduate student athletic trainers while also coordinating administrative duties. During his time at McNeese, Trombetta assisted the head athletic trainer with a comprehensive healthcare program for all 16 sports while focusing on men’s basketball. Trombetta’s career in athletics training began at the University of Pittsburgh where he served as a student athletic trainer while working towards his undergraduate degree. Following

successfully completing undergraduate course requirements in December of 1998, he accepted a graduate assistantship from the University of North Carolina. While pursuing his master’s degree in Sports Medicine, Trombetta worked mainly with the Tar Heel baseball and wrestling teams providing prevention, care, treatment and rehabilitation. After graduating from UNC in May of 2001, Trombetta accepted a seasonal assistant position with the New York Jets where he served for just over a year prior to being named assistant athletic trainer at McNeese State. Trombetta is a certified member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, is also certified in CPR/First Aid and AED certified through the American Red Cross and is an approved clinical instructor. A native of Pittsburgh, Pa., Trombetta is married to the former Lisa Ellington and resides in Hammond.

Scott Reeves Director of Sport Performance

cott Reeves, who oversaw the development of over 30 future players in the NFL, begins his first season as the school’s sport performance. Reeves, brings over 17 years of collegiate coaching experience to Southeastern with previous stops at Texas A&M, Rice, Kansas State, SMU and TCU. From 1996-2006, Reeves was the Director of Strength and Conditioning at Rice where he established and implemented all football workouts for the Owls. Most recently, Reeves was an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Texas A&M, where the Aggies participated in 2007 Alamo

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Bowl. Prior to his stint at Rice, Reeves spent the 1995 season at Kansas State as an assistant strength and conditioning coach for football and was a member of the football staff that guided KState to the 1995 Holiday Bowl. Reeves spent two years at SMU as assistant strength and conditioning coach for football and was the Mustangs’ coordinator for women’s basketball and men’s and women’s soccer. Reeves began his coaching career in 1991 as a graduate assistant at TCU before moving into strength and conditioning at the school in 1992. Reeves earned his Bachelor’s degree in Human Performance and Health Science from Rice in 1990 and was awarded a Master’s degree in Physical Education/Motor Control and Development from TCU in 1992. He was recognized as the NSCA Strength and Conditioning Professional of the Year for the Western Athletic Conference in 1999 and was named a Master Strength and Conditioning Coach (MSCC) in 2008. A four-year letterwinner in football at Rice, Reeves played for the former Southwest Conference school from 1986-89 and was presented the Bill Whitmore Award as the most improved offensive player during spring practice

in 1989. Reeves is a member of the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCa), the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), USA Weightlifting, the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) and Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA). He has received certifications from several organizations, including USAW Sport Performance, Strength and Conditioning Coach Certified (SCCC), Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and USAW Club Coaches. Reeves, a native of Grand Prairie, Texas, is married to the former Tomara Moore and they are the parents of two children, Landon and Daxton.

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GAME 2

Texas A&M-Commerce

Union College

September 5, 2009, 6 p.m. CDT Strawberry Stadium Hammond, La.

September 10, 2009, 7 p.m. CDT Strawberry Stadium Hammond, La.

General Information

General Information

Location: Commerce, Texas Enrollment: 9,340 Founded: 1889 Nickname: Lions Colors: Blue and Gold Conference (National Affiliation): Lone Star (NCAA Division II) Stadium (Capacity): Turf: Memorial (10,000); Natural Grass President: Dr. Dan Jones Athletic Director: Carlton Cooper Athletic Department Phone: (903) 886-5558 University Website: www.tamu-commerce.edu

Location: Barbourville, Kentucky Enrollment: 1,350 Founded: 1879 Nickname: Bulldogs Colors: Orange and Black Conference (National Affiliation): Mid-South (NAIA) Stadium (Capacity): Turf: Burch/Nau Field (2,500); Synthetic Sports Grass President: Dr. Edward D. de Rosset Athletic Director: Darin S. Wilson Athletic Department Phone: (606) 546-1308 University Website: www.unionky.edu

Coaching Staff

Coaching Staff

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Guy Morriss (TCU, 1972) Record at School (Years): First Year Career Record (Years): 27-54 (7 years) Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities): Jack Peavey (OL), Dan Lounsbery (Offensive Coordinator), Nick Myatt (RB), Ryan Scherling (TE), Randy Wilkins (DL), Brian Williams (Defensive Coordinator), JaMichael Palmer (DB) Athletic Trainer: Warren Young Football Office Phone: (903) 886-5564

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Tommy Reid (Glenville State, 1996) Record at School (Years): 31-50 (8 Years) Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities): Andre Linn (Defensive Coordinator/LBs), Shaun Pearson (RB), John Gray (DL), Marco Knorr (QB/WR), Chris Murphy (OL), Travis Bethel (DB), Patrick Kallendorf (S) Athletic Trainer: Clay Butler Football Office Phone: (606) 546-1707

Series Information

Series Information

TAMU-Commerce leads, 4-3-1 First Meeting: 1957 – A&M-C 25, Southeastern 7, in Hammond Last Meeting: 1983 – Southeastern 31, A&M-C 23, in Hammond Last Meeting In Hammond: 1983 - Southeastern 31, A&M-C 23

First meeting

Team Information 2008 Record: 9-3 2008 Conference Record (Finish): 5-1 (2nd) Offense: Multiple I Defense: 3-3-5 Lettermen Returning: n/a Lettermen Lost: n/a Starters Returning: 18 (9 Offense, 7 Defense, 2 ST) Starters Lost: 6 (2 Offense, 4 Defense)

Team Information 2008 Record: 5-5 2008 Conference Record (Finish): 3-2 (3rd, LSC North) Offense: Multiple I Defense: 4-3 Lettermen Returning: 36 Lettermen Lost: 31 Starters Returning: 8 (3 Offense, 5 Defense, 1 ST) Starters Lost: 14 (8 Offense, 6 Defense)

Media Relations Football Contact: Jay Stancil Office Phone: (606) 546-1292 E-Mail Address: jstancil@unionky.edu Media Relations Mailing Address 310 College Street Barbourville, KY 40906 Media Relations Fax: (606) 546-1286 Press Box Phone: n/a Athletic Website: www.ucbulldogs.com

Media Relations Football Contact: Danny Kambel Office Phone: (903) 886-5131 Mobile Phone: (903) 366-6093 E-Mail Address: Daniel_Kambel@tamu-commerce.edu Media Relations Mailing Address P.O. Box 3011 Commerce, TX 78429-3011 Media Relations Fax: (903) 468-3033 Press Box Phone: (903) 468-6089 Athletic Website: www.lionathletics.com

2009 Schedule Aug. 30 at Angelo State Sept. 5 at Southeastern Sept. 12 Abilene Christian Sept. 19 at Eastern New Mexico Sept. 26 Central Oklahoma * Oct. 3 Northeastern State * Oct. 10 Texas A&M-Kingsville Oct. 17 at East Central * Oct. 31 at Southeastern Oklahoma * Nov. 7 at Southwestern Oklahoma *

2008 14 13 14 38 13 38 0 27 24 21

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Results (5-5, 3-2 LSC North) at Northwestern State Angelo State at Abilene Christian Eastern New Mexico at Central Oklahoma * at Northeastern State * at Texas A&M-Kingsville East Central * Southeastern Oklahoma * Southwestern Oklahoma *

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2009 Schedule Sept. 5 UVA-Wise * Sept. 10 at Southeastern Sept. 19 Faulkner * Sept. 24 at Georgetown College * Oct. 3 West Virginia Tech * Oct. 10 at U. of the Cumberlands * Oct. 17 at Pikeville * Oct. 24 Shorter Nov. 7 at Campbellsville * Nov. 14 at Belhaven * * - Mid-South Conference Game

2008 27 35 23 35 45 28 42 27 37 31 36 3

Results (9-3, 5-1 Mid-South) at Lambuth Malone College at Faulkner Georgetown College * at West Virginia Tech * U. of the Cumberlands * Pikeville * at Shorter at UVA-Wise * Campbellsville * Belhaven at U. of St. Francis #

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GAME 4

Ole Miss

South Dakota

September 19, 2009, TBA Vaught-Hemingway Stadium Oxford, Miss.

September 26, 2009, 4:05 p.m. CDT DakotaDome Vermillion, S.D.

General Information

General Information

Location: Oxford, Mississippi Enrollment: 17,601 Founded: 1848 Nickname: Rebels Colors: Cardinal Red and Blue Conference (National Affiliation): Southeastern (NCAA I-FBS) Stadium (Capacity); Turf: Vaught-Hemingway/Hollingsworth Field (60,580); AstroPlay Chancellor: Dr. Robert C. Khayat Athletic Director: Pete Boone Athletic Department Phone: (662) 915-7241 University Website: www.olemiss.edu

Location: Vermillion, South Dakota Enrollment: 9,291 Founded: 1862 Nickname: Coyotes Colors: Red and White Conference (National Affiliation): Great West (NCAA I-FCS) Stadium (Capacity); Turf: DakotaDome (10,000); AstroTurf President: Dr. James W. Abbott Athletic Director: Joel Nielsen Athletic Department Phone: (605) 677-4309 University Website: www.usd.edu

Coaching Staff

Coaching Staff

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Houston Nutt (Oklahoma State, 1981) Record at School (Years): 9-4 (1 Year) Career Record (Years): 120-74 (16 Years) Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities): Kent Austin (Offensive Coordinator/QB), Ron Dickerson (WR), Kim Dameron (Secondary), Mike Markuson (Run Game Coordinator/OL), Derrick Nix (RB), Tyrone Nix (Defensive Coordinator/LB), Terry Price (DL), James Shibest (TE), Chris Vaughn (Safeties) Athletic Trainer: Tim Mullins Football Office Phone: (662) 915-1564

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Ed Meierkort (Dakota Wesleyan, 1982) Record at School (Years): 39-18 (5 Years) Career Record (Years): 94-73 (16 Years) Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities): Wesley Beschorner (Offensive Coordinator), Tony Spencer (OL), Tony Petersen (WR), Todd Strop (Secondary), Jake Sprague (DL), Adam Breske (LB), Ronnie McDougle (CB), B.J. Campbell (Outside LB), Jesse Nelson (RB). Athletic Trainer: Bruce Fischbach Football Office Phone: (605) 677-6461

Series Information Series Information

Southeastern leads, 1-0 First Meeting: 2008 –Southeastern 31, USD 30, in Hammond Last Meeting: 2008 –Southeastern 31, USD 30, in Hammond Last Meeting In Hammond: 2008 –Southeastern 31, USD 30

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Team Information 2008 Record: 9-4 2008 Conference Record (Finish): 5-3 (2nd, SEC West) Offense: Multiple I Defense: 4-3 Lettermen Returning: 51 Lettermen Lost: 18 Starters Returning: 16 (6 Offense, 8 Defense, 2 ST) Starters Lost: 9 (5 Offense, 3 Defense, 1 ST)

Team Information 2008 Record: 6-5 2008 Conference Record (Finish): 1-2 (t3rd) Offense: Multiple Defense: 3-4 Lettermen Returning: 58 Lettermen Lost: 10 Starters Returning: 14 (9 Offense, 5 Defense) Starters Lost: 8 (2 Offense, 6 Defense)

Media Relations Football Contact: Langston Rogers Office Phone: (662) 915-7522 Home Phone: (662) 816-2634 E-Mail Address: lrogers@olemiss.edu Media Relations Mailing Address P.O. Box 217 University, MS 38677 Media Relations Fax: (662) 915-7006 Press Box Phone: (662) 236-1931 Athletic Website: www.olemisssports.com

2009 Schedule Sept. 5 at Memphis Sept. 19 Southeastern Sept. 24 at South Carolina * Oct. 3 at Vanderbilt * Oct. 10 Alabama * Oct. 17 UAB Oct. 24 Arkansas * Oct. 31 at Auburn * Nov. 7 Northern Arizona Nov. 14 Tennessee * Nov. 21 LSU * Nov. 28 at Mississippi State *

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Media Relations Football Contact: Tom Berg Office Phone: (605) 677-8813 Mobile Phone: (605) 677-9222 E-Mail Address: tom.berg@usd.edu Media Relations Mailing Address The University of South Dakota (DakotaDome) 414 East Clark Street Vermillion, SD 57069 Media Relations Fax: (605) 677-5618 Press Box Phone: n/a Athletic Website: www.usdcoyotes.com Results (9-4, 5-3 SEC West) Memphis at Wake Forest Samford Vanderbilt * at Florida * South Carolina * at Alabama * at Arkansas * Auburn * UL-Monroe at LSU * Mississippi State * Texas Tech #

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2009 Schedule Sept. 3 William Penn Sept. 12 at Northern Iowa Sept. 19 Drake Sept. 26 Southeastern Oct. 3 at North Dakota * Oct. 10 UC Davis * Oct. 17 at Montana State Oct. 31 at Northern Colorado Nov. 7 Southern Utah * Nov. 14 at Cal Poly *

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Results (6-5, 1-2 GWFC) St. Ambrose at Northern Iowa at Southeastern Culver-Stockton at Montana State at Cal Poly * Missouri S&T at North Greenville Southern Oregon at Southern Utah * North Dakota *

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GAME 5

GAME 6

Texas State

Sam Houston State

October 10, 2009, 2 p.m. CDT Bobcat Stadium San Marcos, Texas

October 17, 2009, 6 p.m. CDT Strawberry Stadium Hammond, La.

General Information

General Information

Location: San Marcos, Texas Enrollment: 29,125 Founded: 1899 Nickname: Bobcats Colors: Maroon and Gold Conference (National Affiliation): Southland (NCAA I-FCS) Stadium (Capacity); Turf: Jim Wacker Field at Bobcat Stadium (16,000); AstroPlay President: Dr. Denise M. Trauth Athletic Director: Dr. Larry Teis Athletic Department Phone: (512) 245-2114 University Website: www.txstate.edu

Location: Huntsville, Texas Enrollment: 16,663 Founded: 1879 Nickname: Bearkats Colors: Orange and White Conference (National Affiliation): Southland (NCAA I-FCS) Stadium (Capacity); Turf: Bowers Stadium (14,000); RealGrass Pro President: Dr. James F. Gaertner Athletic Director: Bobby Williams Athletic Department Phone: (936) 294-4205 University Website: www.shsu.edu

Coaching Staff

Coaching Staff

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Brad Wright (Texas State, 1981) Record at School (Years): 12-12 (2 Years) Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities): Travis Bush (Co-Offensive Coordinator/QB), Ben Norton (Co-Offensive Coordinator/OL), Mike Barela (TE), Kevin Brown (WR), Charlie Reeve (RB), Fred Bliel (Defensive Coordinator/Safeties), Terrol Dillon (LB), Mike Bugar (DL), Steve Irvin (CB) Athletic Trainer: David Gish Football Office Phone: (512) 245-2587

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Todd Whitten (Stephen F. Austin, 1987) Record at School (Years): 20-22 (4 Years) Career Record (Years): 65-45 (9 Years) Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities): James Ferguson (Offensive Coordinator), Scott Stoker (Defensive Coordinator), Duane Dirk (DL), Lee Hays (OL), Ben Beasley (LB), Mike Walton (DB), Brandon Jones (TE) Athletic Trainer: Hope Parker Football Office Phone: (936) 294-1735

Series Information Series Information

Sam Houston State leads, 7-3 First Meeting: 1940 – SHSU 22, Southeastern 12, TBA Last Meeting: 2008 – Southeastern 30, SHSU 27 (ot), in Huntsville Last Meeting In Hammond: 2007 – SHSU 20, Southeastern 16

Texas State leads, 12-0 First Meeting: 1978 – Texas State 7, Southeastern 0, in Hammond Last Meeting: 2008 – Texas State 38, Southeastern 24, in Hammond Last Meeting In Hammond: 2008 – Texas State 38, Southeastern 24

Team Information Team Information

2008 Record: 4-6 2008 Conference Record (Finish): 2-5 (t6th) Offense: Multiple, one-back Defense: 4-3 Lettermen Returning: 44 Lettermen Lost: 17 Starters Returning: 11 (7 Offense, 3 Defense, 1 ST) Starters Lost: 13 (4 Offense, 8 Defense, 1 ST)

2008 Record: 8-5 2008 Conference Record (Finish): 5-2 (1st) Offense: Pro Set Defense: 4-3 Lettermen Returning: 43 Lettermen Lost: 20 Starters Returning: 15 (8 Offense, 6 Defense, 1 ST) Starters Lost: 9 (3 Offense, 5 Defense, 1 ST)

Media Relations Media Relations

Football Contact: Paul Ridings Office Phone: (936) 294-1764 E-Mail Address: ridings@shsu.edu Media Relations Mailing Address Box 2268 Huntsville, TX 77341 Media Relations Fax: (936) 294-3538 Press Box Phone: (936) 294-1838 Athletic Website: www.gobearkats.com

Football Contact: Rick Poulter Office Phone: (512) 245-2966 Mobile Phone: (512) 738-0697 E-Mail Address: rpoulter@txstate.edu Media Relations Mailing Address Strahan Coliseum Administrative Annex 601 University Drive San Marcos, TX 78666-4616 Media Relations Fax: (512) 245-2967 Press Box Phone: (512) 245-7765 Athletic Website: www.txstatebobcats.com 2009 Schedule Sept. 5 Angelo State Sept. 19 at TCU Sept. 26 Texas Southern Oct. 3 at Southern Utah Oct. 10 Southeastern * Oct. 17 at Nicholls State * Oct. 24 at Northwestern State * Oct. 31 Stephen F. Austin * Nov. 7 at Central Arkansas * Nov. 14 McNeese State * Nov. 21 Sam Houston State * * - Southland Conference Game

2008 21 36 38 20 63 45 24 62 31 38 34 48 13

Results (8-5, 5-2 Southland) Angelo State at SMU at Northern Colorado Southern Utah Texas Southern at McNeese State * Central Arkansas * at Stephen F. Austin * Northwestern State * 34 at Southeastern * Nicholls State * Sam Houston State * 45 at Montana #

14 47 35 34 39 42 31 21 (ot) 24 10 (ot) 31

2009 Schedule Sept. 3 Western Illinois Sept. 12 North Dakota State Sept. 26 at Tulsa Oct. 3 St. Joseph’s Oct. 10 Nicholls State * Oct. 17 at Southeastern * Oct. 24 at Stephen F. Austin * Oct. 31 Northwestern State * Nov. 7 at McNeese State * Nov. 14 Central Arkansas * Nov. 21 at Texas State *

2008 58 14 49 46 17 16 34 47 27 45

Results (4-6, 2-5 Southland) East Central Oklahoma 14 at Kansas 38 at Gardner-Webb 33 at Central Arkansas * 48 McNeese State * 28 at Northwestern State * 24 Stephen F. Austin * 31 at Nicholls State * 37 Southeastern * 30 (ot) at Texas State * 48 (ot)

* - Southland Conference Game * - Southland Conference Game

* - Southland Conference Game # - NCAA FCS Playoffs

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GAME 7

GAME 8

McNeese State

Central Arkansas

October 24, 2009, 6 p.m. CDT Cowboy Stadium Lake Charles, La.

October 31, 2009, 2 p.m. CDT Strawberry Stadium Hammond, La.

General Information

General Information

Location: Lake Charles, Louisiana Enrollment: 8,471 Founded: 1939 Nickname: Cowboys Colors: Blue and Gold Conference (National Affiliation): Southland (NCAA I-FCS) Stadium (Capacity); Turf: Louis Bonnette Field at Cowboy Stadium (17,410); GEOMAX2 President: Dr. Robert Hebert Athletic Director: Tommy McClelland Athletic Department Phone: (337) 475-5200 University Website: www.mcneese.edu

Location: Conway, Arkansas Enrollment: 12,959 Founded: 1907 Nickname: Bears Colors: Purple and Gray Conference (National Affiliation): Southland (NCAA I-FCS) Stadium (Capacity); Turf: First Security Field at Estes Stadium (8,500); Natural Grass President: Dr. Allen C. Meadors Athletic Director: Dr. Brad Teague Athletic Department Phone: (501) 450-3150 University Website: www.uca.edu

Coaching Staff

Coaching Staff

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Matt Viator (McNeese State, 1986) Record at School (Years): 24-7 (3 Years) Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities): Lark Hebert (Defensive Coordinator/LB), Broderick Fobbs (Co-Offensive Coordinator/WR), Tim Leger (Co-Offensive Coordinator/QB), Carlos McGee (RB), Reggie Nelson (OL), Mike Collins (DB), Manny Michel (DL), Buck Harris (DL), J.D. Kappeler (DB) Athletic Trainer: Jim Murphy Football Office Phone: (337) 475-5235

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Clint Conque (Nicholls State, 1983) Record at School (Years): 68-36 (9 Years) Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities): Brooks Hollingsworth (Offensive Coordinator), Matt Williamson (Defensive Coordinator), Brian Early (DL), Perry Eliano (DB), Hud Jackson (RB), Jerry Mack (WR), Buster Faulkner (QB), Jordan Malone (OLB), Brandon Nowlin (TE), Adam Federle (Asst. DL) Athletic Trainer: David Strickland Football Office Phone: (501) 450-3153

Series Information

Series Information

McNeese State leads, 19-15 First Meeting: 1951– Southeastern 9, McNeese State 6, in Lake Charles Last Meeting: 2008 – McNeese State 24, Southeastern 14, in Hammond Last Meeting In Hammond: 2008 – McNeese State 24, Southeastern 14

Central Arkansas leads, 2-0 First Meeting: 2007 – UCA 37, Southeastern 33, in Hammond Last Meeting: 2008 – UCA 28, Southeastern 21, in Conway Last Meeting In Hammond: 2007 – UCA 37, Southeastern 33

Team Information

Team Information

2008 Record: 7-4 2008 Conference Record (Finish): 4-3 (t2nd) Offense: Multiple Pro Defense: 4-2-5 Lettermen Returning: 46 Lettermen Lost: 20 Starters Returning: 9 (6 Offense, 3 Defense) Starters Lost: 14 (5 Offense, 8 Defense, 1 ST)

2008 Record: 10-2 2008 Conference Record (Finish): 6-1 (1st) Offense: Multiple Defense: Multiple Lettermen Returning: 47 Lettermen Lost: 15 Starters Returning: 18 (7 Offense, 9 Defense, 2 ST) Starters Lost: 6 (4 Offense, 2 Defense)

Media Relations

Media Relations

Football Contact: Louis Bonnette Office Phone: (337) 475-5207 Mobile Phone: (337) 802-7127 E-Mail Address: lbonnette@mcneese.edu Media Relations Mailing Address P.O. Box 92735 Lake Charles, LA 70609 Media Relations Fax: (337) 475-5202 Press Box Phone: (337) 475-5225 Athletic Website: www.mcneesesports.com

Football Contact: Steve East Office Phone: (501) 450-5743 Mobile Phone: (501) 339-8215 E-Mail Address: seast@uca.edu Media Relations Mailing Address Box 5004-UCA Conway, AR 72035 Media Relations Fax: (501) 450-5740 Press Box Phone: (501) 450-5743 Athletic Website: www.ucasports.com

2009 Schedule Sept. 5 Henderson State Sept. 12 at Appalachian State Sept. 19 Savannah State Sept. 26 at Tulane Oct. 10 at Stephen F. Austin * Oct. 17 Northwestern State * Oct. 24 Southeastern * Oct. 31 at Nicholls State * Nov. 7 Sam Houston State * Nov. 14 at Texas State * Nov. 21 Central Arkansas *

2008 27 52 63 46 42 28 35 24 42 24 30

* - Southland Conference Game

* - Southland Conference Game

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Results (7-4, 4-3 Southland) at North Carolina Delta State Southern Virginia at South Dakota State 44 Texas State * at Sam Houston State * Nicholls State * at Southeastern * Stephen F. Austin * at Northwestern State * at Central Arkansas *

35 27 7 (ot) 45 17 38 14 31 17 47

2009 Schedule Sept. 5 at Hawai’i Sept. 19 at Western Kentucky Sept. 26 Glenville State Oct. 3 Missouri S&T Oct. 10 at Northwestern State * Oct. 17 Stephen F. Austin * Oct. 24 Nicholls State * Oct. 31 at Southeastern * Nov. 7 Texas State * Nov. 14 at Sam Houston State * Nov. 21 at McNeese State * Nov. 28 North Dakota

2008 38 24 41 51 34 48 31 28 17 42 49 47

Results (10-2, 6-1 Southland) Henderson State UC Davis vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff Quincy at Tulsa Sam Houston State * at Texas State * Southeastern * at Nicholls State * Northwestern State * at Stephen F. Austin * McNeese State *

* - Southland Conference Game

* - Southland Conference Game

14 21 17 6 62 46 24 21 20 6 41 30

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football 2009 Opponents

GAME 9

GAME 10

Northwestern State

Stephen F. Austin

November 7, 2009, 2 p.m. CDT Turpin Stadium Natchitoches, La.

November 14, 2009, 2 p.m. CDT Strawberry Stadium Hammond, La.

General Information

General Information

Location: Natchitoches, Louisiana Enrollment: 9,111 Founded: 1884 Nickname: Demons Colors: Purple, white and orange trim Conference (National Affiliation): Southland (NCAA I-FCS) Stadium (Capacity); Turf: Turpin Stadium (15,971); Artificial President: Dr. Randall J. Webb Athletic Director: Greg Burke Athletic Department Phone: (318) 357-5251 University Website: www.nsula.edu

Location: Nacogdoches, Texas Enrollment: 11,990 Founded: 1923 Nickname: Lumberjacks Colors: Purple and White Conference (National Affiliation): Southland (NCAA I-FCS) Stadium (Capacity); Turf: Homer Bryce Stadium (14,575); Momentum 51 President: Dr. Baker Pattillo Athletic Director: Robert Hill Athletic Department Phone: (936) 468-4540 University Website: www.sfasu.edu

Coaching Staff Coaching Staff Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Bradley Dale Peveto (SMU, 1986) Record at School (Years): First year Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities): Brad Laird (Co-Defensive Coordinator/Safeties), Shawn Quinn (Co-Defensive Coordinator/DL), Darren Drago (LB), Terry Mills (CB), Todd Cooley (Offensive Coordinator/QB), Matt Kubik (RB), Jeremy Offutt (OL), Brendan Farrell (TE), Lawann Latson (WR) Athletic Trainer: Ed Evans Football Office Phone: (318) 357-5252

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): J.C. Harper (Clemson, 1989) Record at School (Years): 4-19 (2 Years) Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities): Shannon Dawson (Offensive Coordinator/QB), David Gibbs (Defensive Coordinator/Safeties), Arlington Nunn (CB), Kurt Corbin (DT), Todd Schonhar (Outside WR), Erik Slaughter (DE), Jared May (Inside WR), Brandon North (Asst. DB), Chris Truax (OL) Athletic Trainer: Sandy Miller Football Office Phone: (936) 468-3502

Series Information Series Information

Stephen F. Austin leads, 6-5-1 First Meeting: 1950 – SFA 21, Southeastern 0, in Nacogdoches Last Meeting: 2008 – SFA 48, Southeastern 45, in Nacogdoches Last Meeting In Hammond: 2007 – Southeastern 21, SFA 3

Northwestern State leads, 27-25 First Meeting: 1935 – Southeastern 19, NSU 13, in Hammond Last Meeting: 2008 – Southeastern 26, NSU 21, in Hammond Last Meeting In Hammond: 2008 – Southeastern 26, NSU 21

Team Information Team Information

2008 Record: 4-8 2008 Conference Record (Finish): 2-5 (t6th) Offense: Spread Defense: 4-3 Lettermen Returning: 38 Lettermen Lost: 14 Starters Returning: 22 (9 Offense, 9 Defense, 4 ST) Starters Lost: 5 (2 Offense, 2 Defense, 1 ST)

2008 Record: 7-5 2008 Conference Record (Finish): 4-3 (3rd) Offense: Multiple Defense: 4-3 Lettermen Returning: 51 Lettermen Lost: 14 Starters Returning: 18 (7 Offense, 9 Defense, 2 ST) Starters Lost: 7 (4 Offense, 2 Defense, 1 ST)

Media Relations Media Relations

Football Contact: James Dixon Office Phone: (936) 468-5800 Mobile Phone: (936) 552-1171 E-Mail Address: jdixon@sfasu.edu Media Relations Mailing Address SFA Fieldhouse Hayter Street Nacogdoches, TX 75692 Media Relations Fax: (936) 468-4593 Press Box Phone: (936) 468-3910/3911 Athletic Website: www.sfajacks.com

Football Contact: Doug Ireland Office Phone: (318) 357-6467 Mobile Phone: (318) 288-6388 E-Mail Address: Ireland@nsula.edu Media Relations Mailing Address Prather Coliseum – Room 112 Natchitoches, LA 71497 Media Relations Fax: (318) 357-4515 Press Box Phone: (318) 357-4529 Athletic Website: www.nsudemons.com

2009 Schedule Sept. 5 at Houston Sept. 12 at Grambling Sept. 19 North Dakota Sept. 26 at Baylor Oct. 10 Central Arkansas * Oct. 17 at McNeese State * Oct. 24 Texas State * Oct. 31 at Sam Houston State * Nov. 7 Southeastern * Nov. 14 at Nicholls State * Nov. 21 Stephen F. Austin *

2008 30 6 31 18 63 36 21 24 34 6 17 34

Results (7-5, 4-3 Southland) Texas A&M-Commerce at Baylor Grambling Cal Poly Southeastern Oklahoma Nicholls State * at Southeastern * Sam Houston State * at Texas State * 31 at Central Arkansas * McNeese State * at Stephen F. Austin *

2009 Schedule Sept. 5 at SMU Sept. 12 Texas College Sept. 19 at Western Illinois Sept. 26 North Dakota Oct. 10 McNeese State * Oct. 17 at Central Arkansas * Oct. 24 Sam Houston State * Oct. 31 at Texas State * Nov. 7 Nicholls State * Nov. 14 at Southeastern * Nov. 21 at Northwestern State *

2008 56 7 14 48 48 49 50 21 31 31 41 24

Results (4-8, 2-5 Southland) Langston at TCU Western Illinois South Dakota State Southeastern * Kentucky Wesleyan at Nicholls State * Texas State * at Sam Houston State 34 at McNeese State * Central Arkansas * Northwestern State *

19 67 34 50 45 0 39 62 (ot) 42 49 34

* - Southland Conference Game

* - Southland Conference Game * - Southland Conference Game

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Central Arkansas

GAME 11

www.ucasports.com Steve East, Assistant AD/Media Relations E-Mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .seast@uca.edu Office/Cell: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(501) 450-5743 / (501)450-0013 Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(501) 450-5740 Press Box: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(501) 450-5743 or 3368

Nicholls State November 19, 2009, 6 p.m. CDT Strawberry Stadium Hammond, La.

McNeese State

General Information Location: Thibodaux, Louisiana Enrollment: 6,814 Founded: 1948 Nickname: Colonels Colors: Red and Gray Conference (National Affiliation): Southland (NCAA I-FCS) Stadium (Capacity); Turf: John L. Guidry Stadium (12,500); AstroTurf 3D Grass President: Dr. Stephen T. Hulbert Athletic Director: Rob Bernardi Athletic Department Phone: (985) 448-4794 University Website: www.nicholls.edu

Northwestern State www.NSUDemons.com Doug Ireland, SID E-Mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ireland@nsula.edu Office/Cell: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(318) 357-6467 / (318) 288-6388 Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(318) 357-4515 Press Box: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(318) 357-4529

Series Information Nicholls State leads, 10-8 First Meeting: 1972 – Southeastern 31, Nicholls State 9, in Hammond Last Meeting: 2008 – Nicholls State 35, Southeastern 28, in Thibodaux Last Meeting In Hammond: 2007 – Southeastern 17, Nicholls State 13

Sam Houston State www.gobearkats.com Paul Ridings, Asst. AD/Media Relations E-Mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ridings@shsu.edu Office/Home: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(936) 294-1764 / (936) 294-9838 Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(936) 294-3538 Press Box: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(936) 294-1838

Team Information 2008 Record: 3-6 2008 Conference Record (Finish): 3-4 (5th) Offense: Multiple-Option Defense: Multiple 4-3 Lettermen Returning: 31 Lettermen Lost: 23 Starters Returning: 12 (7 Offense, 5 Defense) Starters Lost: 11 (5 Offense, 6 Defense)

Stephen F. Austin www.sfajacks.com James Dixon, SID E-Mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .jdixon@sfasu.edu Office/Cell: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(936) 468-2606 / (936) 552-1171 Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(936) 468-4593 Press Box: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(936) 468-3910

Media Relations Football Contact: Brandon Rizzuto Office Phone: (985) 448-4282 Mobile Phone: (504) 782-3590 E-Mail Address: brandon.rizzuto@nicholls.edu Media Relations Mailing Address P.O. Box 2032 Thibodaux, LA 70310 Media Relations Fax: (985) 448-4814 Press Box Phone: (985) 448-4845 Athletic Website: www.geauxcolonels.com

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www.olemisssports.com Langston Rogers, Sr. Associate AD/SID E-Mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .lrogers@olemiss.edu Office/Home: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(662) 915-7522 / (662) 816-2634 Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(662) 915-7006 Press Box: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(662) 236-1931 www.geauxcolonels.com Brandon Rizzuto, Men’s SID E-Mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .brandon.rizzuto@nicholls.edu Office/Cell: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(985) 448-4281 / (504) 782-3590 Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(985) 448-4924 Press Box: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(985) 448-4845/(985) 804-8652

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Jay Thomas (Southern Miss, 1987) Record at School (Years): 24-27 (4 Years) Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities): H.T. Kinney (Offensive Coordinator/QB), Jeremy Atwell (Defensive Coordinator/LB), David Cunningham (Special Teams), Kent Keith (WR), Johnny Tart (RB) Athletic Trainer: TBA Football Office Phone: (985) 448-4806

* - Southland Conference Game

Mississippi

Nicholls State

Coaching Staff

2009 Schedule Sept. 5 at Air Force Sept. 12 Duquesne Sept. 19 at Louisiana Tech Sept. 26 Jacksonville State Oct. 10 at Sam Houston State * Oct. 17 Texas State * Oct. 24 at Central Arkansas * Oct. 31 McNeese State * Nov. 7 at Stephen F. Austin * Nov. 14 Northwestern State * Nov. 19 at Southeastern *

www.mcneesesports.com Louis Bonnette, Sr. Associate AD/SID E-Mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .lbonnette@mcneese.edu Office/Cell: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(337) 475-5207 / (337) 802-7127 Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(337) 475-5202 Press Box: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(337) 475-5225, 5226, 5227

2008 10 14 28 39 38 20 37 10 35

Results (3-6, 3-4 Southland) at Memphis at Northern Iowa at Northwestern State * Stephen F. Austin * at McNeese State * Central Arkansas * Sam Houston State * at Texas State * Southeastern *

* - Southland Conference Game

South Dakota www.usdcoyotes.com Tom Berg, Sports Information Director E-Mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .tom.berg@usd.edu Office/Cell: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(605) 677-8813 / (605) 677-9222 Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(605) 677-5618

Texas A&M-Commerce www.lionathletics.com Danny Kambel, SID E-Mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .daniel_kambel@tamu-commerce.edu Office/Cell: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(903) 886-5131 / (903) 366-6093 Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(903) 468-3033 Press Box: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(903) 468-6089 31 34 36 50 35 17 47 34 28

Texas State www.txstatebobcats.com Rick Poulter, SID E-Mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .rpoulter@txstate.edu Office: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(512) 245-2966 / (512) 738-0697 Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(512) 245-2967 Press Box: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(512) 245-7765

Union College www.ucbulldogs.com Jay Stancil, SID E-Mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .jstancil@unionky.edu Office: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(606) 546-1292 Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(606) 546-1286

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Most Common Opponents/Record vs. 2009 Opponents

Most Common Opponents School

Games Played

Northwestern State

52

Louisiana-Monroe

46

Louisiana-Lafayette

38

Louisiana Tech

37

McNeese State

34

Southern Mississippi

21

Troy

19

Nicholls State

18

Louisiana College

15

Delta State

13

Pensacola Navy

13

Texas State

12

Stephen F. Austin

12

North Alabama

12

Jacksonville State

11

Sam Houston State

10

West Alabama

10

Future Schedules 2010 Sept. 2/4 at Southern Miss Sept. 11 TBA Sept. 18 LAMAR Sept. 25 at Louisiana-Monroe Oct. 9 TEXAS STATE * Oct. 16 at Sam Houston State * Oct. 23 McNEESE STATE * Oct. 30 at Central Arkansas * Nov. 6 NORTHWESTERN STATE * Nov. 13 at Stephen F. Austin * Nov. 18 at Nicholls State * (Thurs.)

2011 Sept. 1/3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

TBA TBA at Tulane at McNeese State * LAMAR * at Northwestern State * TEXAS STATE * at Central Arkansas * SAM HOUSTON STATE * at Stephen F. Austin * NICHOLLS STATE *

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Record vs. 2009 Opponents Central Arkansas

Northwestern State

South Dakota

0-2-0 (H: 0-1; A: 0-1) Year Site Result 2007 H L 2008 A L

25-27-0 (H: 17-10; A: 8-17) Year Site Result Score 1935 H W 19-13 1936 A W 34-6 1938 A L 0-6 1939 H L 6-18 1940 A L 0-47 1941 H L 0-6 1942 A L 6-7 1946 H W 13-0 1947 A L 12-14 1948 H L 0-49 1949 A W 25-13 1950 H W 28-14 1951 A W 33-14 1952 H W 19-0 1953 A W 27-19 1954 H W 32-6 1955 H W 27-20 1956 H W 20-15 1957 A L 7-13 1958 H L 0-7 1959 A W 15-13 1960 A W 7-0 1961 W H 19-0 1962 A L 6-19 1963 H L 7-13 1964 A W 37-21 1965 H L 22-38 1966 A L 24-27 1967 H W 26-14 1968 A W 24-19 1969 H L 6-34 1970 A L 14-22 1971 H L 6-14 1972 A L 3-6 1973 H L 14-21 1974 A L 3-40 1975 H W 31-6 1976 H W 34-27 1977 H W 38-21 1978 A L 12-13 1979 H W 33-7 1980 A L 14-16 1981 H W 21-16 1982 A L 9-31 1983 A L 7-23 1984 H L 14-34 1985 H W 20-14 2003 A L 27-87 2005 A L 10-31 2006 H W 31-24 (ot) 2007 A L 27-24 2008 H W 26-21

1-0-0 (H: 1-0; A: 0-0) Year Site Result 2008 H W

Score 37-33 28-21

McNeese State 15-19-0 (H: 10-6; A: 5-13) Site Result Year 1951 A W 1952 H W 1953 A W 1954 H W 1955 A L 1956 H W 1957 A L 1958 H W 1959 A L 1960 H W 1961 A L 1962 H W 1963 A L 1954 H W 1965 A L 1966 H L 1967 A L 1968 H W 1969 A W 1970 H W 1971 A L 1972 H L 1973 A L 1979 A L 1982 A W 1983 H L 1984 A L 1985 H L 2003 H L 2004 A W 2005 H W 2006 A L 2007 A L 2008 H L

Score 9-6 13-0 20-0 50-6 7-10 34-0 0-26 7-6 8-20 21-6 8-21 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 24-14

Nicholls State 8-10-0 (H: 4-3; A: 2-6; N: 2-1) Year Site Result 1972 H W 1973 H W 1974 A L 1975 N* L 1976 N* W 1977 A W 1978 N* W 1979 H W 1980 A W 1981 H L 1982 A L 1983 A L 1984 A L 1985 H L 2005 H L 2006 A L 2007 H W 2008 A L * - Louisiana Superdome

Score 31-9 10-0 0-10 6-14 17-7 17-14 10-0 38-0 35-20 17-9 14-20 0-6 7-36 17-21 28-38 10-14 17-13 28-35

Score 31-30

Stephen F. Austin 5-6-1 (H: 2-3-1; A: 3-3) Year Site Result 1950 A L 1951 H L 1952 A W 1953 H W 1981 A W 1982 H L 1984 H T 1985 A L 2005 A W 2006 H L 2007 H W 2008 A L

Score 0-21 6-14 21-7 35-0 33-24 10-35 21-21 12-27 45-23 10-35 21-3 45-48

Texas A&M-Commerce 3-4-1 (H: 2-2-1; A: 1-2) Year Site Result 1957 H L 1958 H L 1959 A L 1960 H W 1961 A W 1963 H T 1964 A L 1983 H W

Score 7-25 20-35 10-21 7-0 20-6 13-13 8-22 31-23

Texas State 0-12-0 (H: 0-6; A: 0-6) Year Site Result Score 1978 H L 0-7 1979 H L 7-14 1981 A L 10-35 1982 H L 21-34 1984 H L 7-10 1985 A L 15-55 2003 A L 17-38 2004 A L 28-31 (2 ot) 2005 H L 15-30 2006 A L 17-38 2007 A L 31-45 2008 H L 24-38

First Meetings Ole Miss, Union

Sam Houston State 3-7-0 (H: 1-4; A: 2-3) Year Site Result Score 1940 H L 12-22 1977 A W 20-0 1978 H W 12-0 1984 A L 3-28 1985 A L 13-24 2004 H L 17-45 2005 A L 18-35 2006 H L 23-28 2007 H L 20-16 2008 A W 30-27 (ot)

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TEAM RECORD Abilene Christian 1-1-0 Alcorn State 2-2-0 Amite High School 1-0-0 Appalachian State 1-0-0 Arkansas-Monticello 1 3-0-0 Arkansas State 2-3-0 Arlington State 0-1-0 Auburn 1-0-0 Bogalusa High School 0-1-0 Boise State 1-0-0 Bolivar Kemp Camp 1-0-0 Cameron 2-0-0 Camp Beauregard 1-0-0 Centenary 1-0-0 Central Arkansas 0-2-0 Central Florida 2-1-0 Clarke College 1-0-0 Corpus Christi 4-0-0 Decatur JC 1-0-0 Delta State 9-4-0 East Central Mississippi JC 2-0-0 Eastern Kentucky 1-3-0 East Mississippi JC 2-1-0 East Tennessee State 1-1-0 Eglin (AAF) 1-0-0 Frederick College 1-0-0 Gardner-Webb 0-2-0 Henderson State 0-1-0 Howard Payne 1-0-0 Illinois State 1-0-0 Independence HS 1-0-0 Jackson State 2-2-0 Jacksonville (Fla.) 3-0-0 Jacksonville State 4-6-1 Jesuit High School 0-1-0 Jones County JC 5-0-1 Kansas 0-1-0 Kentucky Wesleyan 1-0-0 Lamar 4-1-0 Lambuth 1-0-0 Louisiana College 11-3-1 Louisiana-Lafayette 2 17-18-3 Louisiana-Monroe 3 29-15-2 LSU 0-1-0 LSU Frosh 3-4-0 Louisiana Tech 7-28-2 Louisville 0-1-0 Loyola Frosh 7-2-0 McNeese State 15-19-0 Memphis 2-1-0 Merchant Marines 1-0-0 Mercyhurst College 1-0-0 Miami (Fla.) 0-3-0 Milligan College 2-0-1 Mississippi College 5-3-0 Mississippi State 0-1-0 Mississippi Valley State 2-0-0 Murray State 2-1-0 New Mexico State 0-2-0 Nicholls State 8-10-0 North Alabama 4 9-1-2 North Dakota 1-0-0 Northern Colorado 1-1-0

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1ST GM. 1947 2003 1930 1965 1938 1938 1963 1950 1930 1980 1933 1975 1942 1947 2007 1982 1933 1960 1942 1937 1933 1947 1933 1979 1948 1964 2004 2003 1968 1980 1930 1980 2003 1946 1930 1931 2007 2007 1937 2003 1941 1931 1931 1949 1932 1938 1947 1931 1951 1942 1946 2004 1932 1946 1946 2008 2004 1939 2006 1972 1957 2008 2004

LAST GM. 1972 2008 1930 1965 2004 1970 1963 1950 1930 1980 1933 1976 1942 1947 2008 1985 1933 1963 1942 1980 1934 1972 1936 1980 1948 1964 2006 2003 1968 1980 1930 1983 2006 1978 1930 1939 2007 2007 1969 2003 1966 1981 1985 1949 1938 2008 1947 1939 2008 1953 1946 2004 1935 1948 1985 2008 2005 1979 2007 2008 1978 2008 2005

TEAM RECORD Northwestern State 25-27-0 Northwest Mississippi JC 1-0-0 Orlando, Fla. 1-0-0 Pearl River JC 2-2-1 Pensacola Navy 10-2-1 Perkinston JC 1-0-0 Prairie View A&M 1-0-0 Quantico Marines 0-1-0 Rollins College 1-0-0 St. Mary’s (Calif.) 0-1-0 St. Mary’s (Texas) 0-2-0 Samford 5 1-1-0 Sam Houston State 3-7-0 South Dakota 1-0-0 Southern 1-1-0 Southern Mississippi 6 3-18-0 SW Mississippi JC 8-1-0 Southwest Missouri 1-0-0 Spring Hill 1-0-0 State Tech-Hattiesburg 1-0-0 Stephen F. Austin 5-6-1 Stetson 1-0-0 Tampa 7-1-0 Tennessee-Chattanooga 0-3-0 Tennessee-Martin 3-1-0 Texas A&M-Commerce 7 3-4-1 Texas College 1-0-0 Texas Southern 4-0-0 8 Texas State 0-12-0 Trinity 3-5-0 Troy 9 11-8-0 Tulane 0-4-0 Tulane Frosh 1-1-0 Webber International 1-0-0 West Alabama 10 7-3-0 Western Kentucky 2-0-0 Youngstown State 11 1-1-0 TOTALS 301-252-17

1ST GM. 1935 1933 1937 1931 1937 1939 2003 1971 1935 2003 1940 1963 1940 2008 1981 1940 1930 1984 1939 1934 1950 1954 1955 1962 1974 1957 2004 1980 1978 1955 1941 1949 1937 2003 1939 1983 1969 1930

LAST GM. 2008 1933 1937 1937 1970 1939 2003 1971 1935 2003 1941 1965 2008 2008 1982 2006 1939 1984 1939 1934 2008 1954 1962 1985 1981 1983 2004 1983 2008 1971 2003 2007 1938 2003 1978 1984 1970 2008

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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 - North Alabama formerly called Florence State 5 - Samford formerly called Howard College 6 - Southern Mississippi formerly called Mississippi Southern 7 - Texas A&M-Commerce formerly called East Texas State 8 - Texas State formerly called Southwest Texas (as of Sept. 1, 2003) 9 - Troy formerly called Troy State 10 - West Alabama formerly called Livingston 11 - Youngstown State formerly called Youngstown University

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football 2008 FCS Polls/FCS Champions/2008 FCS Playoffs

2008 Final FCS National Polls Sports Network's FCS College Football Poll Rank School (First-place votes) Record Points Previous Rank 1. Richmond (80) 13-3 2,000 7 2. Montana 14-2 1,903 5 3. James Madison 12-2 1,797 1 4. Northern Iowa 12-3 1,733 4 5. Appalachian State 11-3 1,711 2 6. Villanova 10-3 1,584 6 7. Weber State 10-4 1,441 12 8. New Hampshire 10-3 1,434 10 9. Wofford 9-3 1,331 8 10. Cal Poly 8-3 1,315 3 11. Southern Illinois 9-3 1,165 9 12. Central Arkansas 10-2 1,072 11 13. South Carolina State 10-3 1,023 13 14. Liberty 10-2 791 14 15. Harvard 9-1 733 15 16. Colgate 9-3 716 16 17. Elon 8-4 680 17 18. Maine 8-5 597 20 19. Eastern Kentucky 8-4 564 21 20. William & Mary 7-4 440 19 21. McNeese State 7-4 420 18 22. Texas State 8-5 322 23 23. Jacksonville State 8-3 264 22 24. Grambling State 11-2 235 NR 25. Prairie View A&M 9-1 172 25 Others receiving votes: Tennessee-Martin 124, Albany 116, South Dakota State 91, Furman 55, Tennessee State 43 Brown 40, Massachusetts 32, Florida A&M 24, Jacksonville 19, Eastern Washington 17, Western Illinois 14, Holy Cross 13, Georgia Southern 12, North Dakota State 11, Northwestern State 7, Montana State 5, San Diego 4, Bethune-Cookman 1.

FCS Champions Year 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 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 Northeast Louisiana Georgia Southern Georgia Southern Montana State Southern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Idaho State Boise State Eastern Kentucky Florida A&M

Runner-Up Montana Delaware Massachusetts Northern Iowa Montana Colgate McNeese State Furman Montana Youngstown State Georgia Southern McNeese State Montana Marshall Boise State Marshall Youngstown State Marshall Nevada Stephen F. Austin Georgia Southern Marshall Arkansas State Furman Louisiana Tech Western Carolina Delaware Eastern Kentucky Eastern Kentucky Lehigh Massachusetts

Score 24-7 49-21 28-17 21-16 31-21 40-0 34-14 13-6 27-25 59-24 55-43 10-9 49-29 22-20 28-14 17-5 31-28 25-17 36-13 37-34 17-12 43-42 48-21 44-42 19-6 43-7 17-14 34-23 31-29 30-7 35-28

Football Championship Subdivision Coaches’ Poll Rank School (First-place votes) Record Points Previous Rank 1. Richmond (24) 13-3 600 6 2. Montana 14-2 559 5 3. James Madison 12-2 540 1 4. Northern Iowa 12-3 538 4 5. Appalachian State 11-3 507 2 6. Villanova 10-3 465 7 7. New Hampshire 10-3 434 10 8. Cal Poly 8-3 419 3 9. Weber State 10-4 398 T12 10. Southern Illinois 9-3 389 8 11. Wofford 9-3 386 9 12. Central Arkansas 10-2 313 11 13. South Carolina State 10-3 298 T12 14. Harvard 9-1 237 14 15. Liberty 10-2 231 15 16. Maine 8-5 181 21 17. Colgate 9-3 176 16 18. Eastern Kentucky 8-4 160 22 19. Elon 8-4 154 19 20. William & Mary 7-4 147 18 21. McNeese State 7-4 138 17 22. Jacksonville State 8-3 112 20 23. Texas State 8-5 107 NR 24. Grambling State 11-2 92 25 25. Prairie View A&M 9-1 69 23 Others receiving votes: Tennessee-Martin 40, Florida A&M 33, Massachusetts 24, Furman 17, South Dakota State 15, Albany 10, Tennessee State 8, Holy Cross 2, Northwestern State 1.

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2008 FCS Playoffs Championship Game - Friday, December 19th Finley Stadium/Davenport Field Chattanooga, Tennessee Richmond 24, Montana 7 Semifinal Round Montana 35, James Madison 27 Richmond 21, Northern Iowa 20 Quarterfinal Round Richmond 33, Appalachian State 13 Montana 24, Weber State 13 James Madison 31, Villanova 27 Northern Iowa 36, New Hampshire 34 First Round Appalachian State 37, South Carolina State 21 Villanova 55, Colgate 28 Richmond 38, Eastern Kentucky 10 New Hampshire 29, Southern Illinois 20 Montana 31, Texas State 13 James Madison 38, Wofford 35 Northern Iowa 40, Maine 15 Weber State 49, Cal Poly 35

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Game Recaps

Game 1

Game 2

Game 3

Southeastern Louisiana 34 Alcorn State 28 Aug. 30, 2008 - Lorman, Miss.

Mississippi State 34 Southeastern Louisiana 10 Sept. 6, 2008 - Starkville, Miss.

Southeastern Louisiana 31 South Dakota 30 Sept. 13, 2008 - Hammond, La.

LORMAN, Miss. – A potential-game winning pass from Alcorn State quarterback Timothy Buckley went over the head of tight end Channin Pugh, allowing Southeastern Louisiana to hold off a late Brave rally and earn a 34-28 victory in the 2008 season opener for both teams at Jack Spinks Stadium. The win was the first on the road for the Lions (1-0) since Nov. 19, 2005. Southeastern last won away from Hammond in the 2005 season finale, defeating Mississippi Valley State, 3821. Alcorn State fell to 0-1 in their first game under new head coach Ernest Jones. After both teams were scoreless in the third quarter and remained tied at 21, the Lions took control with the first two plays of the final period. Southeastern took a 27-21 lead on the first play of the fourth quarter, as backup quarterback Mike Neville hit Andre Cryer with a 52-yard bomb to break a 21-21 tie. On the first play of the ensuing drive, Quinten Pierre forced a fumble by Davaris Pilcher and Tommy Connors recovered the loose ball and returned it 14 yards for a 34-21 lead. Alcorn State answered with an eight yard touchdown pass from Buckley to Antonio Dejarnett with 4:13 remaining to cut the lead to 34-28. After forcing Southeastern to punt, Alcorn State took over at their own 34 with 2:09 left to play and two timeouts. A 24-yard scramble by Buckley and a late hit penalty on Southeastern quickly gave Alcorn State a first down at the Southeastern 29 with 1:44 to play.

STARKVILLE, Miss. – Wesley Carroll completed 15 of 23 passes for 158 yards and two touchdowns while Anthony Dixon bolstered a Mississippi State rushing attack with 80 yards and two scores as the Bulldogs overcame a slow start and defeated Southeastern Louisiana, 3410, before an announced crowd of 41,938 at Davis-Wade Stadium. Mississippi State scored 34 unanswered points after Southeastern kicker Jeff Turner gave the Lions a 3-0 lead with a 46-yard field goal with 7:06 left in the first quarter. Dixon gave MSU a 7-3 lead as he scampered 14 yards off the right side, one play after Carroll hit Marcus Green on a 50-yard pass on third-and-9. Adam Carlson booted field goals of 33 and 41 yards before Carroll connected with Austin Wilbanks on a 1-yard touchdown pass near the end of the first half for a 20-3 lead. Trey Douglas registered 11 total tackles for Southeastern, which forced a pair of turnovers but committed 12 penalties and finished with 148 yards total offense. Jay Lucas was held in check by a stubborn MSU defense, finishing with 21 yards on nine carries. Neither offense could break through on their opening drives as the Lions advanced from their own 30-yard line to the MSU 44 before stalling and having to punt. After allowing a first-down, the Lion defense held and forced the Bulldogs to punt from their own 26, giving Southeastern the ball at their own 45. Jasper Ducksworth rattled off a 5-yard run and had 15 more added on for a face mask penalty as the Lions entered Mississippi State territory for the second time in as many drives.

HAMMOND – Southeastern Louisiana sophomore linebacker Mark Newbill forced a fumble on the potential game-winning two-point conversion, allowing the Lions to hold off a late South Dakota rally and earn a 31-30 victory in the 2008 home opener at Strawberry Stadium. The Lions ran their record in home openers to 6-0 since bringing back the program in 2003, but to do so had to survive a South Dakota team that scored two touchdowns in the final three minutes to have a chance to win on the game’s final play. Trailing 31-24 with 1:42 remaining, USD quarterback Noah Shepard marched the team 11 plays and 59 yards, completing the drive with a 12-yard strike to Dan Skelly in the back of the end zone as time expired to set up the final twopoint try. Shepard pumped to throw and took off on a delayed draw, but Newbill drilled him short of the goal line and the ball rolled into the end zone. The fumble was recovered by South Dakota, but because the fumble occurred prior to the goal line, USD was not credited with two points due to an NCAA rule that does not allow a team to recover a fumble to convert a two-point conversion. The wild rally by the Coyotes nearly spoiled a career day by Lion junior quarterback Brian Babin, who threw for a career-high 330 yards, completing 27 of 44 passes and throwing for two scores. Junior wide receivers Chris Wilson and Krishna Muhammad were Babin’s favorite targets. Wilson caught 11 passes for the Lions for 101 yards, while Muhammad pulled down seven catches for 84 yards and a score.

Score by Quarters Southeastern La. Alcorn State

1 14 14

2 7 7

3 0 0

4 13 7

Score 34 28

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter ASU – Buckley 23 run (Armstrong kick) 11:00 SLU – Wilson 70 pass from Babin (Turner kick) 8:48 ASU – Pitcher 36 run (Richardson kick) 7:56 SLU – Yarbrough 14 pass from Babin (Turner kick) 0:56

Score by Quarters Southeastern La. Mississippi State

1 2 3 3 0 0 7 13 14

4 7 0

Score 10 34

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter

Score by Quarters South Dakota Southeastern La.

1 14 7

2 3 4 0 3 13 7 17 0

Score 30 31

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter

MSU - Dixon 14 run (Carlson kick) 5:39

USD - Ganious 6 run (Veazie kick) 9:39 SLU - Lucas 2 run (Turner kick) 6:07 USD - Skelly 68 pass from Shepard (Veazie kick) 5:52

2nd Quarter

2nd Quarter

2nd Quarter

SLU – Wilson 34 pass from Babin (Babin kick) 2:11 ASU – Arceneaux 56 pass from Buckley (Richardson kick)

MSU - Carlson 33 FG 10:00

SLU - Lucas 51 pass from Babin (Turner kick) 1:57

SLU - Turner 46 FG 7:06

MSU - Carlson 41 FG 5:54 MSU - Wilbanks 1 pass from Carroll (Carlson kick) 0:05

3rd Quarter

3rd Quarter

SLU - Turner 24 FG 13:17 USD - Veazie 19 FG 7:34 SLU - Lucas 1 run (Turner kick) 2:03 SLU - Muhammad 18 pass from Babin (Turner kick) 0:13

3rd Quarter None

4th Quarter

MSU - McRae 3 pass from Carroll (Carlson kick) 9:36

SLU – Cryer 46 pass from Babin (kick failed) 14:48 SLU – Connors 14 fumble return (Turner kick) 14:34 ASU – Dejarnette 8 pass from Buckley (Richardson kick) 4:13

MSU - Dixon 7 run (Carlson kick) 6:21

4th Quarter 4th Quarter SLU - Lucas 1 run (Turner kick) 4:54

USD - Newton 1 run (Veazie kick) 2:52 USD - Skelly 12 pass from Shepard (run failed), 0:00

A - 41,938

A - 5,346

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Game Recaps

Game 4

Game 5

Game 6

Louisiana Tech 41 Southeastern Louisiana 26 Sept. 20, 2008 - Ruston, La.

Southeastern Louisiana 38 North Dakota 35 Sept. 27, 2008 - Hammond, La.

Stephen F. Austin 48 Southeastern Louisiana 45 Oct. 4, 2008 - Nacogdoches, Texas

RUSTON – Louisiana Tech junior running back Daniel Porter finished with 150 total yards and two touchdowns and the Bulldogs outlasted Southeastern Louisiana, 41-26, at Joe Aillet Stadium. Southeastern fell despite another 400-plus yard offensive performance. Louisiana Tech used two Southeastern turnovers to break the game open with a 10-0 third quarter and improved to 21 in the victory. The two teams combined for 885 total yards in a wild game between the two former Gulf States Conference rivals who were meeting for the first time since 1985. Southeastern junior quarterback Brian Babin set new single-game career highs for completions and attempts, hitting 32 of 59 passes for 322 yards. Sophomore wide receiver Andre Cryer caught seven passes for a career-high 138 yards and a touchdown to lead the Lions. Cryer’s touchdown catch came from junior wide receiver Chris Wilson, who completed his first career pass, while also finishing with six catches and 64 yards. Freshman Simmie Yarborough also caught seven balls for 83 yards for Southeastern. Senior running back Jay Lucas amassed 99 total yards in the contest, as Southeastern put up a season-high 440 yards and recorded 23 first downs. Porter led a Louisiana Tech rushing attack that finished with 249 yards. Porter and Patrick Jackson (11 carries, 58 yards, one touchdown) provided the one-two punch on the ground for the Bulldogs. Taylor Bennett completed 15-of-27 passes for 196 yards with one touchdown and one interception.

HAMMOND – North Dakota placekicker Brandon Hellevang’s 49-yard field goal attempt sailed wide left and short as time expired, allowing the Lions to close out its non-conference schedule with a thrilling 38-35 victory over previously unbeaten North Dakota at Strawberry Stadium. Southeastern remained unbeaten at home with the win – its second consecutive last-second victory in its newly renovated stadium. UND cut into what was as much as a 17-point Southeastern lead, but the Lions were able to hold on as Hellevang’s effort fell just off the mark. Southeastern junior quarterback Brian Babin fell short of his third straight 300-yard game, but led a Lion attack that posted its highest-scoring output of the season. The St. Amant native completed 18 of 28 passes for 257 yards and three touchdowns. Babin connected on scoring throws to freshman Simmie Yarborough, sophomore wide receiver Andre Cryer and junior running back Jasper Ducksworth. Babin also caught a touchdown on a halfback pass by senior running back Jay Lucas. Junior defensive back Tommy Connors and sophomore linebacker Ryan Godare had 11 tackles apiece to lead the Southeastern defensive effort. Connors and senior defensive back Trey Douglas had key interceptions for the Lions. UND quarterback Danny Freund completed 29 of 46 passes for 313 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions. Brady Trenbeath led the Fighting Sioux with 13 catches for 201 yards and a touchdown. Josh Murray rushed for 77 yards on 22 carries.

NACOGDOCHES, Texas – Cory Long booted a 23-yard field goal with 6.1 seconds left and Stephen F. Austin rallied from a 21-point halftime deficit to stun Southeastern Louisiana, 48-45, in the Southland Conference opener for both teams at Homer Bryce Stadium. Jeremy Moses completed 24 of 50 passes for 319 yards and four touchdowns for SFA. Southeastern was looking to win its SLC opener for the second straight season and earn its first league win on the road since defeating SFA in 2005 Cornell Tarrant scored on a 1-yard run with 3:46 in the third quarter for SFA before the Lumberjacks added a safety with 14:10 remaining on a blocked punt by Rainey Sternes that cut the lead to 45-30. The Lumberjacks built on their momentum on the following drive as Jerrell Barnett intercepted Brian Babin – the first pick thrown by the Lions’ signal-caller in 182 attempts this season – at the SFA 33. Moses drove SFA down the field, hitting Parks on a 38-yard gain to the SLU 36 before Roderick Warren caught a screen pass two plays later and worked his way through the Southeastern defense for a 31-yard scoring pass with 7:03 left. The Lumberjacks took advantage of a low snap on a punt as Cody Samples was downed at the SLU 7. Two plays later, Tarrant scored on a nifty run off the left side, bouncing off a Lion defender and diving into the end zone for his second touchdown with 3:45 left. SFA tied the game Moses hit Dominique Edison on the two-point conversion Babin completed 30 of 42 passes for 272 yards and four touchdowns.

Score by Quarters Southeastern La. Louisiana Tech

1 2 3 10 13 0 14 14 10

4 3 3

Score 26 41

Score by Quarters North Dakota Southeastern La.

1 2 3 0 14 13 7 17 14

4 8 0

Score 35 38

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter

LTU – Jackson 2 run (Oestriecher kick) 11:04 SLU – Turner 39 FG 7:02 SLU – Powell 51 interception return (Turner kick) 2:50 LTU – Porter 44 pass from Bennett (Oestriecher kick) 0:36

SLU - Yarborough 6 pass from Babin (Turner kick) 3:56

2nd Quarter LTU – Livas 57 punt return (Oestriecher kick) 13:37 SLU – Cryer 55 pass from Wilson (Turner kick) 12:05 SLU – Turner 27 FG 6:49 LTU – Brown 51 blocked FG return (Oestriecher kick) 2:01 SLU – Turner 42 FG 0:05

3rd Quarter LTU – Oestriecher 21 FG 6:12 LTU – Porter 23 run (Oestriecher kick) 5:43

2nd Quarter SLU - Babin 12 pass from Lucas (Turner kick) 14:52 UND - Murray 34 run (Hellevang kick) 13:27 SLU - Miles 18 run (Turner kick) 11:19 SLU - Turner 42 FG 6:38 UND - Nicholas 11 pass from Freund (Hellevang kick) 0:35

3rd Quarter UND - Trenbeath 23 pass from Freund (Hellevang kick) 12:25 SLU - Cryer 37 pass from Babin (Turner kick) 10:24 SLU - Ducksworth 9 pass from Babin 8:46 UND - Murray 3 run (Hellevang kick failed) 2:00

4th Quarter 4th Quarter SLU – Turner 40 FG 13:21 LTU – Oestriecher 47 FG 9:08 A – 17,623

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UND - Nicholas 6 pass from Freund (Hellevang kick) 7:10 UND - Safety 0:34 A - 5,216

Score by Quarters Southeastern La. Stephen F. Austin

1 2 28 14 7 14

3 3 7

4 Score 0 45 20 48

Scoring Summary: 1st Quarter SLU - Wilson 61 pass from Babin (Turner kick) 12:50 SLU - Powell 38 interception return (Turner kick) 11:20 SLU - Wilson 8 pass from Babin (Turner kick) 6:33 SLU - Babin 1 run (Turner kick) 3:58 SFA - Taylor 13 pass from Moses (Long kick) 1:25

2nd Quarter SFA - Edison 25 pass from Moses (Williams run failed) SLU - Yarborough 19 pass from Babin (Turner kick) 3:02 SFA - Edison 45 pass from Moses (Rhea pass from Moses) 2:12 SLU - Yarborough 5 pass from Babin (Turner kick) 0:21

3rd Quarter SLU - Turner 28 FG 6:47 SFA - Tarrant 1 run (Long kick) 3:46

4th Quarter SFA - Safety 14:10 SFA - Warren 31 pass from Moses (Long kick) 7:03 SFA - Tarrant 2 run (Edison pass from Moses) 3:45 SFA - Long 23 FG 0:07 A - 7,230

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Game 7

Game 8

Game 9

Southeastern Louisiana 26 Northwestern State 21 Oct. 18, 2008 - Hammond, La.

Central Arkansas 28 Southeastern Louisiana 21 Oct. 25, 2008 - Conway, Ark.

McNeese State 24 Southeastern Louisiana 14 Nov. 1, 2008 - Hammond, La.

HAMMOND – Southeastern Louisiana junior defensive back Tommy Connors’ interception with just over one minute remaining helped the Lions hold off a late Northwestern State rally and earn a 26-21 Southland Conference victory on Homecoming at Strawberry Stadium. The Lions, playing their first game under acting head coach Tommy Condell, improved to 3-0 at home this season in front of a season-high crowd of 7,162. Southeastern was playing in its first game without head coach Mike Lucas, who missed the remainder of the 2008 season due to a heart valve procedure. Southeastern forced Northwestern State into four turnovers, while committing one, as the Demons had their twogame winning streak snapped. After struggling to get a rhythm in the early part of the season, Southeastern running back Jay Lucas returned to his 2007 form, amassing 221 total yards. The Baton Rouge native carried 19 times for a season-high 120 yards, while also catching four passes for 91 yards. Southeastern quarterback Brian Babin had another solid day, connecting on 20-of-29 passes for 291 yards, two touchdowns with no interceptions. For the season, the St. Amant-product had 14 touchdowns and only one interception, passing for 1,616 yards at that point of the year. The Lion defense was led by Connors, who also had a key fourth quarter blocked field goal. Marquis Powell forced a fumble and recovered a fumble for the Lions. Mark Newbill and Ryan Godare were the two top tacklers for the Lions, finishing with 12 and 11 tackles, respectively.

CONWAY, Ark. – The Southeastern Louisiana football team’s rally from a 28-point deficit fell just short, as the Lions dropped a 28-21 decision at No. 13 Central Arkansas in Southland Conference action at Estes Stadium. Southeastern got the ball back with just under three minutes to play and a chance to drive down and tie the game. However, UCA’s defense stiffened and held Southeastern without a first down. On fourth-and-14, Vance Fizer broke up Brian Babin’s pass attempt, allowing UCA to regain possession and run out the clock. Southeastern fell into a 28-0 hole, thanks in large part to a season-high 15 penalties for 97 yards. UCA took over sole possession of first place in the Southland Conference standings with the win. After a lackluster first half, Babin bounced back and completed 27-for-43 passes for 270 yards, three touchdowns and an interception. Southeastern running back Jay Lucas had 111 total yards and a touchdown. Simmie Yarborough (9-75) and Chris Wilson (5-63) each caught touchdown passes for the Lions. Defensively, Tommy Connors led the Lions with 15 tackles, while Mark Newbill made 12 stops for Southeastern. UCA quarterback Nathan Brown finished 13-of-23 for 156 yards and two touchdowns, suffering a concussion late in the first half and not returning. The Bears were led by Brent Grimes, who rushed for 21 carries for 106 yards and two touchdowns, while catching a touchdown score as well.

HAMMOND – McNeese State junior running back Todd Pendland rushed for 173 yards on 24 carries to lead the No. 16 Cowboys to a 24-14 win over Southeastern Louisiana in Southland Conference action at Strawberry Stadium. The Lions dropped consecutive games for the first time all season and also dropped their first home game of the year. McNeese State held Southeastern to 198 total yards – including only 30 yards net rushing. Southeastern junior quarterback Brian Babin completed 17 of 31 passes for 168 yards and two touchdowns. Both of the St. Amant native’s scoring strikes found Andre Cryer, who finished with five catches for 51 yards. Freshman Kory Theodore also made five grabs for a game-high 77 yards for the Lions. McNeese State bottled up Southeastern AllSLC running back Jay Lucas, holding the Baton Rouge native to 49 yards on 11 carries. McNeese also sacked Babin five times. Southeastern was led defensively by sophomore Ryan Godare who had a team-high nine tackles and a forced fumble. Sophomore Mark Newbill had nine tackles as well for the Lions, while junior Tommy Connors made eight stops. Southeastern senior Tony Johnson recorded an interception and senior Travis Williams was credited with a fumble recovery. Pendland was the workhorse for the Cowboys, though Steven Whitehead had four catches for 65 yards. McNeese quarterback Derrick Fourroux rushed for 65 yards and a touchdown, while throwing for 112 yards and a score.

Score by Quarters Northwestern State Southeastern La

1 0 6

2 0 3

3 7 7

4 Score 1421 10 26

Score by Quarters Southeastern La. Central Arkansas

1 0 0

2 0 21

3 7 7

4 Score 14 21 0 28

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter

SLU - Wilson 30 pass from Babin (kick blocked) 12:36

None

2nd Quarter

2nd Quarter

SLU - Turner 46 FG 12:52

UCA – Branson 34 pass from Brown (Carmona kick) 11:45

Score by Quarters

1

2

3

4 Score

McNeese State

14

7

0

3

24

Southeastern La.

7

0

7

0

14

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter SLU – Cryer 14 pass from Babin (Turner kick) 10:27 MCN – Mangan 4 pass from Fourroux (Bercegeay kick) 5:42 MCN – Fourroux 2 run (Bercegeay kick) 1:25

UCA – Grimes 2 run (Carmona kick) 6:32

3rd Quarter

UCA – Grimes 9 pass from Brown (Carmona kick) 0:16

SLU - Cryer 5 pass from Babin (Turner kick) 4:34

4th Quarter

2nd Quarter MCN – Pendland 11 run (Bercegeay kick) 7:07

NWLA - Lawrence 10 run (Weeks kick) 11:56

3rd Quarter UCA – Grimes 14 run (Carmona kick) 9:21

3rd Quarter

SLU – Wilson 25 pass from Babin (Turner kick) 6:28

SLU – Cryer 22 pass from Babin (Turner kick) 2:48

NWLA - Duffy 9 pass from Branch (Weeks kick) 14:12 SLU - Babin 1 run (Turner kick) 10:34

4th Quarter

SLU - Turner 40 FG 3:36

SLU – Yarborough 8 pass from Babin (Turner kick) 14:54

NWLA - Swanson 18 pass from Branch (Weeks kick) 2:08

SLU – Lucas 19 pass from Babin (Turner kick) 3:12

A - 7,162

A – 9,113

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Game Recaps

Game 10

Game 11

Game 12

Texas State 38 Southeastern Louisiana 24 Nov. 8, 2008 - Hammond, La.

Southeastern Louisiana 30 Sam Houston State 27 (OT) Nov. 15, 2008 - Huntsville, Texas

Nicholls State 35 Southeastern Louisiana 28 Nov. 22, 2008 - Thibodaux, La.

HAMMOND – The Southeastern Louisiana football team could not overcome a 38-point first half performance by Texas State, dropping its home finale, 38-24, to its Southland Conference rival at Strawberry Stadium. Southeastern dropped its third consecutive contest despite racking up 448 total yards. Texas State posted 465 total yards of its own and forced the Lions into four turnovers. The loss dropped Southeastern to 0-12 all-time versus Texas State. The Bobcats scored on the game’s first play from scrimmage and never looked back, taking a 28-14 lead after the first quarter and a 38-14 advantage at the end of the first half. Southeastern outscored the Bobcats, 10-0, in the second half, but could not get all the way back. One of 11 Lion seniors playing in his final home game with the Lions, Southeastern senior running back Jay Lucas posted his 10th career 100-yard rushing game, carrying 12 times for 100 yards. Junior quarterback Brian Babin completed 21 of 35 passes for 228 yards for two touchdowns, joining former Lions Martin Hankins and Trey Willie as the only quarterbacks in school history to throw for 20 touchdowns in a season. Babin’s favorite target was freshman Simmie Yarborough, who finished with six catches for 92 yards and a touchdown. Junior Tommy Connors and sophomore Mark Newbill led the Lions with nine tackles each with Connors adding a sack. Senior Trey Douglas and junior Curtis Strong each were credited with fumble recoveries for the Lions.

HUNTSVILLE, Texas – After a first half in which it was outgained 323-46, Southeastern Louisiana played for its fallen coach in a place where he spent 15 years of his coaching career. Quarterback Brian Babin found Chris Wilson on a 14-yard scoring pass in overtime and Southeastern rallied for an improbable 30-27 win over Sam Houston State on a chilly night at Bowers Stadium. With head coach Mike Lucas, who was the defensive coordinator at Sam Houston State from 1987-2001, at home as he continued his recovery from a heart valve procedure, Southeastern played one of its best halves and withstood a 508-yard passing performance by SHSU quarterback Rhett Bomar. Taylor Wilkins gave Sam Houston State a 27-24 lead with a 30-yard field goal on the first possession in overtime before the Lions got the ball at the 25-yard line. Andre Cryer gained 10 yards to the SHSU 15 on an end-around before Jay Lucas was stopped for a one-yard gain to the SHSU 14 on the following play. Babin, who finished 24-for-46 for 271 yards and three touchdowns, then lifted a pass into the left corner of the end zone where Wilson made a spectacular grab and gave Southeastern its first Southland Conference road win since a 45-23 win at Stephen F. Austin on Oct. 29, 2005. Lucas gained 98 yards on the ground while catching a team-high six passes for 78 yards as Southeastern gained 355 yards total offense after halftime.

THIBODAUX – A short-handed Southeastern football team found itself down, 35-7, early in the fourth quarter in its season-finale at arch-rival Nicholls State at John L. Guidry Stadium. And like it did through much of the second half of the season in Southland Conference games, the Lions failed to quit as they fought back with a chance to win. With head coach Mike Lucas coaching from the press box in his first appearance since a heart valve procedure on Oct. 30, Southeastern scored three touchdowns in the fourth quarter and was driving for a potential tying score. But Nicholls State stopped a late drive and held on for a 35-28 victory in re-claiming the River Bell before a crowd of 7,352 in the season-finale for both teams. Lion running back Jay Lucas, playing in his final game in a Southeastern uniform, was held to 19 yards on eight carries while catching eight passes for 62 yards and a touchdown. Southeastern quarterback Brian Babin completed 29 of 37 passes for 253 yards and a touchdown. Chris Wilson caught six passes for the Lions, finishing with 51 receptions on the season, joining Lucas (58) and Simmie Yarborough (51) as the first trio in school history to record 50-plus catches in a season. Defensively, Quinten Pierre tallied a season-high 14 tackles for Southeastern while recovering four fumbles and forcing one. Re’Keem Wilson and Ryan Godare added eight stops each for the Lions, who forced five turnovers in the game and held Nicholls State to 135 yards total offense in the second half.

Score by Quarters Texas State Southeastern La.

1 2 28 10 14 0

3 0 3

4 0 7

Score 38 24

Score by Quarters Southeastern La. Sam Houston State

1 0 7

2 3 4 OT Score 0 14 10 630 3 7 7 3 27

Score by Quarters Southeastern La. Nicholls State

1 0 7

2 7 14

3 0 7

4 Score 21 28 7 35

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter

TXST – Luke 68 pass from George (Ireland kick) 14:40 SLU – Wilson 5 pass from Babin (Turner kick) 11:02 TXST – Zwinggi 20 run (Ireland kick) 6:41 TXST – Bush 4 run (Ireland kick) 4:02 TXST – Luke 40 pass from George (Ireland kick) 3:29 SLU – Ducksworth 6 run (Turner kick) 1:12

SHSU - Houston 73 pass from Bomar (Wilkins kick) 3:35

Scoring Summary: 1st Quarter

2nd Quarter

NICH – Hopson 18 yd run (Shexnayder kick) 8:43

2nd Quarter TXST – Bush 4 run (Ireland kick) 10:11 TXST – Ireland 46 FG

3rd Quarter SLU – Turner 41 FG

SHSU - Wilkins 30 FG 7:14

3rd Quarter SLU - Lucas 39 run (Turner kick) 14:16 SLU - Theodore 62 pass from Babin (Turner kick) 8:24 SHSU - Houston 76 pass from Bomar (Wilkins kick) 8:09

4th Quarter SLU - Turner 34 FG 5:52 SHSU - Aston 16 run (Wilkins kick) SLU - Lucas 60 pass from Babin (Turner kick)

4th Quarter

2nd Quarter NICH - Gordon 12 pass from Bunch (Shexnayder kick) 10:10 SLU – Neville 1 run (Turner kick) 5:14 NICH – Hopson 35 run (Shexnayderkick) 3:51

3rd Quarter NICH – Buchanan 2 run (Shexnayder kick) 9:35

SLU – Yarborough 16 pass from Babin (Turner kick) 14:29

Overtime

4th Quarter NICH – Bunch 3 run (Shexnayder kick) 14:11

A – 3,267

SHSU - Wilkins 30 FG SLU - Wilson 14 pass from Babin

SLU - Lucas 18 pass from Babin (Turner kick) 11:41 SLU - Pierre 20 fumble recovery (Turner kick) 10:14 SLU – Wardell 3 pass from Neville (Turner kick) 5:08 A - 7,532

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football 2008 Results/Team Statistics

2008 Final Team Statistics

WR Chris Wilson led the Lions with 740 yards receiving and eight touchdowns in his first season with the team.

2008 Results

Record

Overall

SLC

Home

Away

Neutral

5-7-0

2-5-0

3-2-0

2-5-0

0-0-0

Date

Opponent

Result

Aug. 30

at Alcorn State

W, 34-28

7,500

Sept. 6

at Mississippi State

L, 34-10

41,938

Sept. 13

South Dakota

W, 31-30

5,346

Sept. 20

at Louisiana Tech

L, 41-26

17,623

Sept. 27

North Dakota

W, 38-35

5,216

Oct. 4

at Stephen F. Austin*

L, 48-45

7,230

Oct. 18

Northwestern State*

W, 26-21

7,162

Oct. 25

at Centeral Arkansas*

L, 28-21

9,113

Nov. 1

McNeese State*

L, 24-14

6,212

Nov. 8

Texas State*

L, 38-24

3,267

Nov. 15

at Sam Houston State*

W, 30-27 (OT) 5,027

Nov. 22

at Nicholls State*

L, 35-28

* - Southland Conference game

94

Attendance

7,352

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

1ST 96 112

SLU 327 27.2 214 75 121 18 1001 1456 455 353 2.8 9 3087 450-276-8 6.9 11.2 257.2 29 4088 803 5.1 340.7 61-1341 20-116 9-157 22.0 5.8 17.4 25-12 115-910 75.8 71-2710 38.2 34.1 28:43 61/175 35% 4/19 21% 22-156 41 42 12-17 39-41 27203 5/5441 2ND 68 117

OPP 389 32.4 278 123 133 22 2083 2400 317 485 4.3 25 2989 424-236-9 7.0 12.7 249.1 24 5072 909 5.6 422.7 58-1215 30-250 8-98 20.9 8.3 12.2 31-21 93-762 63.5 54-2167 40.1 36.9 31:17 83/188 44% 14/23 61% 46-300 73 51 10-20 45-46 95783 7/13683

3RD 4TH OT TOT 72 85 6 327 75 82 3 389

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Individual Statistics RUSHING

GP Att

Jay Lucas

12

Jasper Ducksworth Andre Cryer

Gain

Loss Net

Avg TD Lg

Avg/G

PUNT RETURNS

No.

Tds.

Avg

TD

Lg

164 816

29

787

4.8

4

58

65.6

Andre Cryer

11

96

8.7

0

25

11

51

256

11

245

4.8

1

36

22.3

Mike Neville

9

20

2.2

0

8

12

12

79

25

54

4.5

0

27

4.5

Totals

20

116

5.8

0

25

Tyler Beatty

3

9

45

19

26

2.9

0

18

8.7

Opponents

30

250

8.3

1

57

Brady Miles

8

1

18

0

18

18.0 1

18

2.2

Broderick Albert

6

1

9

0

9

9.0

0

9

1.5

INTERCEPTIONS

No.

Yds

Avg

TD

Lg

Kory Theodore

11

2

7

0

7

3.5

0

5

0.6

Tommy Connors

4

36

9.0

0

26

Johnny Owen

12

2

6

0

6

3.0

0

4

0.5

Marquis Powell

2

89

44.5

2

51

Nathan Clophus

11

1

0

2

-2

-2.0 0

0

-0.2

Trey Douglas

2

16

8.0

0

16

Mike Neville

12

22

50

52

-2

-0.1 1

9

-0.2

Tony Johnson

1

16

16.0

0

16

Cody Samples

12

1

0

7

-7

-7.0 0

0

-0.6

Totals

9

157

17.4

2

51

TEAM

6

7

0

56

-56

-8.0 0

0

-9.3

Opponents

8

98

12.2

0

47

Brian Babin

11

80

170

254 -84

-1.0 2

12

-7.6

Totals

12

353 1456

455 1001 2.8

9

58

83.4

KICK RETURNS

No.

Yds

Avg

TD Lg

Opponents

12

485 2400

317 2083 4.3

25 60

173.6

Marquis Powell

24

610

25.4

0

65

Andre Cryer

18

379

21.1

0

59

Yds

TD Lg

Avg/G

Jasper Ducksworth

9

201

22.3

0

48

PASSING

GP Eff

Brian Babin

11 136.21 257-412-7

62.4 2806

25 64

255.1

Mike Neville

5

81

16.2

0

7

Mike Neville

12 117.09 11-21-1

52.4

107

2

48

8.9

Avery Crooks

2

13

6.5

0

7

Tyler Beatty

3

42.9

107

0

70

35.7

TEAM

1

0

0.0

0

0

Chris Wilson

12 446.00 1-2-0

50.0

55

1

55

4.6

Cole Wardell

1

2

2.0

0

2

Jay Lucas

12 530.80 1-1-0

100.0

12

1

12

1.0

Brady Miles

1

20

20.0

0

20

Totals

12 136.67 276-450-8

61.3 3087

29 70

257.2

Curtis Strong

0

35

0.0

0

35

Opponents

12 129.31 236-424-9

55.7 2989

24 76

249.1

Totals

61

1341

22.0

0

65

Opponents

58

1215

20.9

0

62

RECEIVING

A-C-I

Pct

107.06 6-14-0

GP

No.

Yds

Avg

TD

Lg

Avg/G

Jay Lucas

12

58

557

9.6

4

60

46.4

FUMBLE RETURNS

No.

Yds

Avg

TD

Lg

Chris Wilson

12

51

740

14.5

8

64

61.7

Quinten Pierre

3

102

34.0

1

65

Simmie Yarborough

12

51

490

9.6

6

30

44.5

Tommy Connors

1

12

12.0

1

12

Andre Cryer

12

41

482

11.8

6

55

40.2

Totals

4

114

28.5

2

65

Kory Theodore

11

20

309

15.4

1

62

28.1

Opponents

1

9

9.0

1

9

Mike Neville

12

16

102

6.4

0

12

8.5 14.8

Krishna Muhammad

12

15

178

11.9

1

55

Cole Wardell

12

8

60

7.5

1

15

5.0

Jasper Ducksworth

11

7

29

4.1

1

9

2.6

Brock DeLong

12

4

50

12.5

0

19

4.2

Broderick Albert

6

2

3

1.5

0

3

0.5

DeMario Simmons

5

1

70

70.0

0

70

14.0

Brian Babin

11

1

12

12.0

1

12

1.1

Brady Miles

8

1

5

5.0

0

5

0.6

Totals

12

276

3087 11.2

29

70

257.2

Opponents

12

236

2989 12.7

24

76

249.1

LB Quinten Pierre led the Southland Conference with six fumble recoveries in 2008.

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Individual Statistics ALL PURPOSE Jay Lucas Andre Cryer Chris Wilson Marquis Powell Simmie Yarborough Jasper Ducksworth Kory Theodore Mike Neville Krishna Muhammad DeMario Simmons Cole Wardell Brock DeLong Brady Miles Tommy Connors Curtis Strong Tyler Beatty Trey Douglas Tony Johnson Avery Crooks Broderick Albert

G 12 12 12 10 11 11 11 12 12 5 12 12 8 12 11 3 12 11 10 6

Rush 787 54 0 0 0 245 7 -2 0 0 0 0 18 0 0 26 0 0 0 9

Rec 557 482 740 0 490 29 309 102 178 70 60 50 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

PR 0 96 0 0 0 0 0 20 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

KOR 0 379 0 610 0 201 0 81 0 0 2 0 20 0 35 0 0 0 13 0

IR 0 0 0 89 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 36 0 0 16 16 0 0

Tot 1344 1011 740 699 490 475 316 201 178 70 62 50 43 36 35 26 16 16 13 12

Avg/G 112.0 84.2 61.7 69.9 44.5 43.2 28.7 16.8 14.8 14.0 5.2 4.2 5.4 3.0 3.2 8.7 1.3 1.5 1.3 2.0

PUNTING Cody Samples TEAM Jeff Turner Totals Opponents

SCORING TD Jeff Turner 0 Chris Wilson 8 Jay Lucas 8 Andre Cryer 6 Simmie Yarborough 6 Brian Babin 3 Jasper Ducksworth 2 Marquis Powell 2 Kory Theodore 1 Brady Miles 1 Cole Wardell 1 Krishna Muhammad1

|----------PATs-----------| FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP 12-17 39-41 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Johnny Owen Nathan Clophus Cody Samples TEAM Brian Babin Totals Opponents

12 11 12 6 11 12 12

6 -2 -7 -56 -84 1001 2083

0 0 0 0 12 3087 2989

0 0 0 0 0 116 250

0 0 0 0 0 1341 1215

0 0 0 0 0 157 98

6 -2 -7 -56 -72 5702 6635

0.5 -0.2 -0.6 -9.3 -6.5 475.2 552.9

Mike Neville Tommy Connors Quinten Pierre Totals Opponents

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12-17 39-41 0 10-20 45-46 0-2

FIELD GOALS Jeff Turner

FGM-FGA 12-17

Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ 70.6 0-0 3-3 2-3 7-11 0-0

Lg Blk 46 1

FG SEQUENCE () indicates made Alcorn State Mississippi State

Southeastern La.

Opponents

(46)

26 (33),(41),32

South Dakota Louisiana Tech North Dakota Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State Central Arkansas McNeese State Texas State Sam Houston State Nicholls State

(24) (39),(27),44,(42),(40) (42) 43,(28) 40,(46),(40) 34,(41) (34) 43

(19) (21),47,(47) 49 (23) 26 28 40,(31) (46),42 (30),43,32,(30) -

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No. 68 2 1 71 54

1 1 1 42 51

Yds 2645 27 28 2710 2167

Avg 38.9 13.5 38.0 38.2 40.1

Lg 58 27 38 58 58

TB 2 0 0 2 3

0 0 0 0 2

FC 12 0 0 12 5

0 0 0 0 2-3

I20 16 0 1 17 15

0 0 0 0 0

Blk 2 0 0 2 1

Saf Pts 0 75 0 48 0 48 0 36 0 36 0 18 0 12 0 12 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 327 2 389

TOTAL OFFENSE Brian Babin Jay Lucas Jasper Ducksworth Tyler Beatty Mike Neville Chris Wilson Andre Cryer Brady Miles

G 11 12 11 3 12 12 12 8

Plays 492 165 51 23 43 2 12 1

Rush -84 787 245 26 -2 0 54 18

Pass 2806 12 0 107 107 55 0 0

Total 2722 799 245 133 105 55 54 18

Avg/G 247.5 66.6 22.3 44.3 8.8 4.6 4.5 2.2

Broderick Albert Kory Theodore Johnny Owen Nathan Clophus Cody Samples TEAM Totals Opponents

6 11 12 11 12 6 12 12

1 2 2 1 1 7 803 909

9 7 6 -2 -7 -56 1001 2083

0 0 0 0 0 0 3087 2989

9 7 6 -2 -7 -56 4088 5072

1.5 0.6 0.5 -0.2 -0.6 -9.3 340.7 422.7

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Defensive Statistics |--------------Tackles----------------|

|-Sacks-|

|------Pass Def------||----Fumbles----|

Blkd

DEFENSIVE LEADERS No.

Name

GP

Solo

Ast

Total

19

Tommy Connors

12

79

29

11

Mark Newbill

11

64

36

54

Ryan Godare

12

48

3

Quinten Pierre

12

47

7

Trey Douglas

12

39

23

62

2-5

-

2-16

6

1

1-0

-

-

-

8

Marquis Powell

10

32

19

51

7-24

2-12

2-89

6

2

2-0

2

-

-

21

Travis Williams

11

36

9

45

-

-

-

4

-

2-0

3

1

-

4

Brian Reynolds

12

30

10

40

1-4

1-4

-

4

-

1-0

-

3

-

23

Tony Johnson

11

24

14

38

2-11

1-9

1-16

3

-

1-0

-

-

-

9

Steven Honore

11

28

9

37

8-48

6-44

-

-

3

-

2

-

-

50

Walter Vaughn

12

25

11

36

11-47

2-22

-

1

-

1-0

1

-

-

51

Devin Jones

11

25

8

33

3-4

-

-

-

-

-

1

-

-

6

Craig Duronslet

11

19

8

27

-

-

-

1

-

-

-

-

-

40

Ryan Anderson

11

18

7

25

4-13

-

-

-

5

-

-

-

-

2

Curtis Strong

11

13

9

22

3-3

-

-

1

-

1-0

1

-

-

96

Devin Boutwell

9

15

7

22

3-9

-

-

1

1

-

1

-

-

32

Re’Keem Wilson

12

15

6

21

1-1

-

-

-

1

-

-

-

-

1

Keithshone Dantzler

10

13

8

21

1-1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

30

Kendrick Jackson

11

12

7

19

1-6

1-6

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

93

Nathan Clophus

11

12

5

17

2-7

2-7

-

1

3

-

1

-

-

94

Jordan August

11

9

5

14

-

-

-

-

-

1-0

1

-

-

25

Ronald Johnson

11

3

4

7

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

98

Brian Rodgers

8

5

2

7

1-3

-

-

1

-

-

-

-

-

39

Paul Mundy

11

4

1

5

1-1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

56

Lindsey Leavoy

8

4

1

5

1-4

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

85

Paul Moneaux

12

2

3

5

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

47

Stephen Moreaux

8

1

3

4

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

15

Mike Neville

12

2

-

2

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

59

Brad Moore

10

1

1

2

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

88

Simmie Yarborough

11

2

-

2

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

29

Joey Meerman

5

-

2

2

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

95

Jeff Turner

12

2

-

2

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

13

Ralph Griffin

3

1

-

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

71

Brad Bardy

12

1

-

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

20

Jay Lucas

12

1

-

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

77

Kevin Hughes

12

1

-

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

49

Cody Samples

12

-

1

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

5

Chris Wilson

12

1

-

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

17

Brady Miles

8

1

-

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

TM

TEAM

6

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1-0

-

-

-

Totals

12

636

307

943

76-276

22-156

9-157

43

24

21-114

22

6

-

Opponents

12

560

308

868

99-437

46-300

8-98

41

27

11-9

13

4

2

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TFL/Yds

No-Yds

Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds

FF

Kick

Saf

108

5-17

2-7

4-36

4

-

100

10-19

2-3

-

2

1

2-12

1

2

-

2-0

2

-

-

40

88

5-21

3-15

-

3

2

-

1

-

-

19

66

4-28

3-27

-

5

5

6-102

4

-

-

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Southeastern Team Game Highs Rushes 42 vs. Texas State (11/8/08) Yards Rushing 210 vs. Texas State (11/8/08) Yards Per Rush 5.0 vs. Texas State (11/8/08) TD Rushes 2 vs. South Dakota (9/13/08) Pass Attempts 60 at Louisiana Tech (9/20/08) Pass Completions 33 at Louisiana Tech (9/20/08) Yards Passing 377 at Louisiana Tech (9/20/08) Yards Per Pass 10.0 vs. Northwestern State (10/18/08) TD Passes 4 (Three times) last at Stephen F. Austin (10/4/08) Total Plays 82 at Sam Houston State (11/15/08) Total Offense 448 vs. Texas State (11/8/08) Yards Per Play 6.6 vs. Northwestern State (10/18/08) Points 45 vs. Stephen F. Austin (10/4/08) Sacks By 4 at Alcorn State (8/30/08) First Downs 26 vs. South Dakota (9/13/08) vs. Texas State (11/8/08) Penalties 15 at Central Arkansas (10/25/08) Penalty Yards 105 at Nicholls State (11/22/08) Turnovers 4 vs. Texas State (11/8/08) Interceptions By 2 vs. North Dakota (9/27/08) at Sam Houston State (11/15/08) Southeastern Individual Game Highs Rushes 21 Jay Lucas vs. South Dakota (9/13/08) Yards Rushing 120 Jay Lucas vs. Northwestern State (10/18/08) TD Rushes 2 Jay Lucas vs. South Dakota (9/13/08) Long Rush 58 Jay Lucas vs. Northwestern State (10/18/08) Pass attempts 59 Brian Babin at Louisiana Tech (9/20/08) Pass completions 32 Brian Babin at Louisiana Tech (9/20/08) Yards Passing 330 Brian Babin vs. South Dakota (9/13/08) TD Passes 4 Brian Babin at Stephen F. Austin (10/4/08) Long Pass 70 Tyler Beatty at Mississippi State (9/6/08) Receptions 11 Chris Wilson vs. South Dakota (9/13/08) Yards Receiving 138 Andre Cryer at Louisiana Tech (9/20/08) TD Receptions 2 (Four times) Last by Andre Cryer vs. McNeese State (11/1/08) Long Reception 70 DeMario Simmons at Mississippi State (9/6/08) Field Goals 4 Jeff Turner at Louisiana Tech (9/20/08) Long Field Goal 46 Jeff Turner at Mississippi State (9/6/08) Jeff Turner vs. Northwestern State (10/18/08) Punts 10 Cody Samples at Sam Houston State (11/15/08) Punting Average 43.8 Cody Samples at Alcorn State (8/30/08) Long Punt 58 Cody Samples at Alcorn State (8/30/08) Long Punt Return 25 Andre Cryer at Stephen F. Austin (10/4/08) Long Kickoff Return 65 Marquis Powell vs. McNeese State (11/1/08) Tackles 15 Tommy Connors at Central Arkansas (10/25/08) Sacks 2.0 Ryan Godare at Stephen F. Austin (10/4/08) Steven Honore at Sam Houston State (11/15/08) Tackles For Loss 3.0 Mark Newbill at Louisiana Tech (9/20/08) Interceptions 1 (Nine times) Last by Trey Douglas and Tommy Connors at Sam Houston State (11/15/08)

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Opponent Team Game Highs Rushes 58 at Nicholls State (11/22/08) Yards Rushing 263 at Nicholls State (11/22/08) Yards Per Rush 5.9 at Alcorn State (8/30/08) TD Rushes 4 at Nicholls State (11/22/08) Pass attempts 71 at Sam Houston State (11/15/08) Pass completions 35 at Sam Houston State (11/15/08) Yards Passing 506 at Sam Houston State (11/15/08) Yards Per Pass 11.2 at Nicholls State (11/22/08) TD Passes 4 at Stephen F. Austin (10/4/08) Total Plays 102 at Sam Houston State (11/15/08) Total Offense 588 at Sam Houston State (11/15/08) Yards Per Play 6.3 vs. South Dakota (9/13/08) Points 48 at Stephen F. Austin (10/4/08) Sacks By 6 at Nicholls State (11/22/08) First Downs 28 at Sam Houston State (11/15/08) Penalties 12 at Alcorn State (8/30/08) Penalty Yards 91 at Nicholls State (11/22/08) Turnovers 5 at Nicholls State (11/22/08) Interceptions By 3 vs. Texas State (11/8/08) Opponents Individual Game Highs Rushes 26 Byron Lawrence, Northwestern State (10/18/08) Yards Rushing 173 Todd Pendland, McNeese State (11/1/08) TD Rushing 2 (Six times) Last by Trey Hopson, Nicholls State (11/22/08) Long Rush 60 Todd Pendland, McNeese State (11/1/08) Pass attempts 69 Rhett Bomar, Sam Houston State (11/15/08) Pass completions 35 Rhett Bomar, Sam Houston State (11/15/08) Yards Passing 506 Rhett Bomar, Sam Houston State (11/15/08) TD Passing 4 Jeremy Moses, Stephen F. Austin (10/4/08) Long Pass 76 Rhett Bomar, Sam Houston State (11/15/08) Receptions 13 Brady Trenbeath, North Dakota (9/27/08) Yards Receiving 229 Catron Houston, Sam Houston State (11/15/08) TD Reception 2 (Five times) Last by Catron Houston, Sam Houston State (11/15/08) 76 Catron Houston, Sam Houston State (11/15/08) 2 Adam Carlson, Mississippi State (9/6/08) Brad Oestriecher, Louisiana Tech (9/20/08) Taylor Wilkins, Sam Houston State (11/15/08) Long Field Goal 47 Brad Oestriecher, Louisiana Tech (9/20/08) Punts 8 Drew Nelson, Stephen F. Austin (10/4/08) Punting Average 45.2 Jonathan Beard, Central Arkansas (10/25/08) Long Punt 58 Derrick Raymer, Sam Houston State (11/15/08) Long Punt Return 57 Phillip Livas, at Louisiana Tech (9/20/08) Long Kickoff Return 62 TJ Adams, at Central Arkansas (10/25/08) Tackles 12 Quin Harris, Louisiana Tech (9/20/08) Courtney Smith, Texas State (11/8/08) Sacks 3.0 Caesar Cobb, Alcorn State (8/30/08) Tackles For Loss 4.0 Caesar Cobb, Alcorn State (8/30/08) Interceptions 1 (Eight times) Last by Bobby Felder, Nicholls State (11/22/08) Long Reception Field Goals

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Game-By-Game Lineups/By The Numbers

OFFENSE - 2008 Game

WR

LT

LG

C

RG

RT

TE/WR

WR

QB

RB/WR

TB

Muhammad

Ward

Bridges

Bardy

Blazevich

Hughes

Cryer

Wilson

Babin

DeLong

Lucas

Mississippi State

Wilson

Ward

Bridges

Bardy

Blazevich

Hughes

Wardell

Cryer

Neville

Ducksworth

Lucas

South Dakota

Wilson

Ward

Bridges

Bardy

Blazevich

Hughes

Wardell

Cryer

Babin

DeLong

Lucas

Louisiana Tech

Wilson

Ward

Bridges

Bardy

Penton

Hughes

Yarborough

Cryer

Babin

Muhammad

Lucas

North Dakota

Wilson

Ward

J. Powell

Bardy

Blazevich

Hughes

Wardell

Cryer

Babin

Yarborough

Lucas

Alcorn State

Stephen F. Austin

Wilson

Ward

Bridges

Bardy

Blazevich

Hughes

Wardell

Cryer

Babn

Muhammad

Lucas

Northwestern State

Wilson

Ward

Bridges

Bardy

Blazevich

Hughes

Theodore

Cryer

Babin

Ducksworth

Lucas

Central Arkansas

Wilson

Ward

Bridges

Bardy

Blazevich

Hughes

Theodore

Cryer

Babin

Yarborough

Lucas

McNeese State

Wilson

Ward

Bridges

Bardy

Blazevich

Hughes

Theodore

Yarborough

Babin

DeLong

Lucas

Texas State

Wilson

Ward

Blazevich

Bardy

Penton

Hughes

Theodore

Cryer

Babin

Yarborough Ducksworth

Sam Houston State

Wilson

Ward

Blazevich

Bardy

Penton

Hughes

Theodore

Cryer

Babin

Yarborough

Lucas

Nicholls State

Wilson

Ward

Blazevich

Bardy

Pritchett

Hughes

Wardell

Cryer

Babin

Theodore

Lucas

DT Boutwell Boutwell Boutwell Boutwell August Boutwell Boutwell Boutwell Boutwell Boutwell August August

DE Honore Honore Honore Honore Anderson Honore Honore Honore Honore Honore Honore Honore

LB/DE Pierre Anderson Pierre Pierre Pierre Pierre Anderson Pierre Pierre Pierre Pierre Leavoy

LB Newbill Newbill Dantzler Newbill Newbill Newbill Newbill Newbill Newbill Newbill Newbill Pierre

LB Godare Godare Godare Godare Godare Godare Godare Godare Godare Godare Godare Godare

FS/LB Douglas Pierre Douglas Douglas Douglas Douglas Douglas Douglas Douglas Douglas Douglas Douglas

LC T. Johnson T. Johnson T. Johnson T. Johnson T. Johnson T. Johnson T. Johnson T. Johnson T. Johnson T. Johnson Reynolds T. Johnson

SS Connors Connors Connors Connors Connors Connors Connors Connors Connors Connors Connors Connors

FS Wilson M. Powell Strong M. Powell M. Powell M. Powell M. Powell M. Powell M. Powell M. Powell M. Powell M. Powell

RC Duronslet Douglas T. Williams T. Williams T. Williams T. Williams T. Williams T. Williams T. Williams T. Williams T. Williams Reynolds

DEFENSE - 2007 Game Alcorn State Mississippi State South Dakota Louisiana Tech North Dakota Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State Central Arkansas McNeese State Texas State Sam Houston State Nicholls State

DE/DT Vaughn Vaughn Vaughn Vaughn Vaughn Vaughn Vaughn Vaughn Vaughn Vaughn Vaughn Vaughn

Lions By The Numbers Lions By The Month August . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 September . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-2 October . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2 November . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3 vs. Ranked Opponents at home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 on the road . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Record in Games decided by 7 pts. or less . . . . . . . . . . .5-3 decided by 3 pts. or less . . . . . . . . . . .3-1 away during the day . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 away at night . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-4 home during the day . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 home at night . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1 Record when leading after 1st quarter . . . . . . . . . . .2-1 leading after 2nd quarter . . . . . . . . . .2-1 leading after 3rd quarter . . . . . . . . . . .3-1 trailing after 1st quarter . . . . . . . . . . . .2-5 trailing after 2nd quarter . . . . . . . . . . .1-6 trailing after 3rd quarter . . . . . . . . . . .1-6 overtime games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0

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Record with less than 300 yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-2 300+ yards total offense . . . . . . . . . . .2-2 400+ yards total offense . . . . . . . . . . .3-2 500+ yards total offense . . . . . . . . . . .0-0 600+ yards total offense . . . . . . . . . . .0-0 less than 100 yards rush . . . . . . . . . .3-6 100+ yards rushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 150+ yards rushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 less than 200 yards pass . . . . . . . . . .0-2 200+ yards passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 250+ yards passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-3 300+ yards passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 350+ yards passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 400+ yards passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0

less than 250 yards pass . . . . . . . . . .1-1 less than 300 yards pass . . . . . . . . . .2-1 less than 350 yards pass . . . . . . . . . .1-1 less than 400 yards pass . . . . . . . . . .0-0 400+ yards pass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0

Record when allowing less than 200 total yards . . . . . . . . . .0-0 less than 300 total yards . . . . . . . . . .0-0 less than 400 total yards . . . . . . . . . .1-4 less than 500 total yards . . . . . . . . . .3-3 500+ total yards offense . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 less than 100 yards rush . . . . . . . . . .1-1 less than 150 yards rush . . . . . . . . . .2-0 less than 200 yards rush . . . . . . . . . .2-2 200+ yards rush . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-4 less than 100 yards pass . . . . . . . . . .0-0 less than 150 yards pass . . . . . . . . . .0-2 less than 200 yards pass . . . . . . . . . .0-2

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football 2008 Southland Standings/Statistics

Team Central Arkansas Texas State McNeese State Northwestern State Nicholls State Southeastern Louisiana Sam Houston State Stephen F. Austin

Team Statistics SCORING OFFENSE 1. McNeese State 2. Central Arkansas 3. Texas State 4. Sam Houston State 5. Stephen F. Austin 6. Southeastern La. 7. Northwestern State 8. Nicholls State

G 11 12 13 10 12 12 12 9

TD 56 59 62 46 56 42 40 29

XP 49 53 57 41 51 39 36 21

2XP 4 2 1 0 2 0 1 0

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FG 6 13 14 12 9 12 14 12

Saf 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

Pts 413 450 473 353 420 327 320 231

Avg 37.5 37.5 36.4 35.3 35.0 27.2 26.7 25.7

G 12 12 11 13 12 10 9 12

TD 38 45 43 55 51 42 39 62

XP 36 36 37 47 45 38 32 56

2XP 0 0 0 2 2 1 2 1

DXP 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

FG 14 11 9 8 10 13 14 15

Saf 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

Pts 308 339 322 407 389 331 312 475

Avg 25.7 28.2 29.3 31.3 32.4 33.1 34.7 39.6

G 12 10 12 13 12 11 12 9

Att 630 449 400 432 450 310 323 101

Cmp 371 250 268 254 276 189 177 42

Int 23 13 4 12 8 5 8 6

Pct. 58.9 55.7 67.0 58.8 61.3 61.0 54.8 41.6

Yds 4149 3380 3387 3499 3087 2594 2187 924

Avg 6.6 7.5 8.5 8.1 6.9 8.4 6.8 9.1

TDYds/G 41 345.8 27 338.0 32 282.2 34 269.2 29 257.2 21 235.8 12 182.2 9 102.7

G 12 11 12 9 12 10 12 13

Att 372 364 424 302 388 379 429 477

Cmp 192 208 236 181 252 230 261 277

Int 10 12 9 5 9 8 12 15

Pct. 51.6 57.1 55.7 59.9 64.9 60.7 60.8 58.1

Yds 2754 2551 2989 2258 3087 2612 3143 3489

Avg 7.4 7.0 7.0 7.5 8.0 6.9 7.3 7.3

TDYds/G 24 229.5 26 231.9 24 249.1 19 250.9 24 257.2 20 261.2 21 261.9 32 268.4

G 12 13 12 12

Ret 55 59 47 61

Yds 1363 1425 1082 1341

TD 0 1 1 0

Avg 24.8 24.2 23.0 22.0

SCORING DEFENSE 1. Central Arkansas 2. Northwestern State 3. McNeese State 4. Texas State 5. Southeastern La. 6. Sam Houston State 7. Nicholls State 8. Stephen F. Austin PASS OFFENSE 1. Stephen F. Austin 2. Sam Houston State 3. Central Arkansas 4. Texas State 5. Southeastern La. 6. McNeese State 7. Northwestern State 8. Nicholls State PASS DEFENSE 1. Northwestern State 2. McNeese State 3. Southeastern La. 4. Nicholls State 5. Stephen F. Austin 6. Sam Houston State 7. Central Arkansas 8. Texas State KICKOFF RETURNS 1. Central Arkansas 2. Texas State 3. Northwestern State 4. Southeastern La.

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W 6 5 4 4 3 2 2 2

Conference L 1 2 3 3 4 5 5 5

5. McNeese State 6. Nicholls State 7. Stephen F. Austin 8. Sam Houston State

Pct .857 .714 .571 .571 .429 .286 .286 .286

W 10 8 7 7 3 5 4 4

Overall L 2 5 4 5 6 7 6 8

Pct .833 .615 .636 .583 .333 .417 .400 .333

11 9 12 10

52 47 76 50

1137 1019 1502 919

0 1 1 0

21.9 21.7 19.8 18.4

G 12 10 9 13 12 12 12 11

No. 34 44 39 46 52 71 65 41

Yards 1395 1805 1628 1765 2110 2710 2368 1572

Avg 41.0 41.0 41.7 38.4 40.6 38.2 36.4 38.3

Ret 8 22 20 13 21 30 24 14

Yds 25 148 197 88 258 250 172 213

G 12 12 11 10 12 13 12 9

Fum 21 11 7 14 10 9 10 3

Int 9 12 12 8 10 15 9 5

Tot 30 23 19 22 20 24 19 8

Fum 12 10 8 6 10 13 7 18

Int 8 4 5 13 8 12 23 6

G 11 9 13 12 12 10 12 12

Att 489 424 460 521 444 299 353 249

Yds 2511 1873 2393 2072 1870 1193 1001 839

Avg 5.1 4.4 5.2 4.0 4.2 4.0 2.8 3.4

TD 30 17 26 21 26 19 9 11

Yds/G 228.3 208.1 184.1 172.7 155.8 119.3 83.4 69.9

G 11 12 10 12 9 12 13 12

Att 339 378 375 385 350 485 489 545

Yds 1308 1649 1451 1745 1524 2083 2271 2159

Avg. 3.9 4.4 3.9 4.5 4.4 4.3 4.6 4.0

TD 15 16 20 18 17 25 22 34

Yds/G 118.9 137.4 145.1 145.4 169.3 173.6 174.7 179.9

PUNTING 1. Central Arkansas 2. Sam Houston State 3. Nicholls State 4. Texas State 5. Stephen F. Austin 6. Southeastern La. 7. Northwestern State 8. McNeese State

Avg 0.7 3.4 5.1 1.9 5.0 3.5 2.6 5.2

Net/P 40.3 37.7 36.7 36.5 35.6 34.6 33.8 33.1

TURNOVER MARGIN 1. Southeastern La. 2. Central Arkansas 3. McNeese State 4. Sam Houston State 5. Northwestern State 6. Texas State 7. Stephen F. Austin 8. Nicholls State

Tot Mar Per/G 20 +10 0.83 14 +9 0.75 13 +6 0.55 19 +3 0.30 18 +2 0.17 25 -1 -0.08 30 -11 -0.92 24 -16 -1.78

RUSHING OFFENSE 1. McNeese State 2. Nicholls State 3. Texas State 4. Northwestern State 5. Central Arkansas 6. Sam Houston State 7. Southeastern La. 8. Stephen F. Austin RUSHING DEFENSE 1. McNeese State 2. Central Arkansas 3. Sam Houston St. 4. Northwestern State 5. Nicholls State 6. Southeastern La. 7. Texas State 8. Stephen F. Austin

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Southland Statistics TOTAL OFFENSE G 1. McNeese State 11 2. Sam Houston State 10 3. Texas State 13 4. Central Arkansas 12 5. Stephen F. Austin 12 6. Northwestern State 12 7. Southeastern La. 12 8. Nicholls State 9

Rush 2511 1193 2393 1870 839 2072 1001 1873

Pass 2594 3380 3499 3387 4149 2187 3087 924

Plays 799 748 892 844 879 844 803 525

Yards 5105 4573 5892 5257 4988 4259 4088 2797

Avg/P TD 6.4 51 6.1 46 6.6 60 6.2 58 5.7 52 5.0 33 5.1 38 5.3 26

Yds/G 464.1 457.3 453.2 438.1 415.7 354.9 340.7 310.8

Rush 1308 1745 1649 1451 1524 2083 2159 2271

Pass 2551 2754 3143 2612 2258 2989 3087 3489

Plys 703 757 807 754 652 909 933 966

Yards 3859 4499 4792 4063 3782 5072 5246 5760

Avg 5.5 5.9 5.9 5.4 5.8 5.6 5.6 6.0

Yds/G 350.8 374.9 399.3 406.3 420.2 422.7 437.2 443.1

Ret 13 22 35 21 18 20 14 13

Yds 158 217 317 150 113 116 78 35

TD 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

Avg 12.2 9.9 9.1 7.1 6.3 5.8 5.6 2.7

G 1. Central Arkansas 12 2. McNeese State 11 3. Texas State 13 4. Southeastern La. 12 5. Nicholls State 9 6. Sam Houston State 10 7. Stephen F. Austin 12 8. Northwestern State 12

Att 400 310 432 450 101 449 630 323

Cmp 268 189 254 276 42 250 371 177

Pct .670 .610 .588 .613 .416 .557 .589 .548

Int 4 5 12 8 6 13 23 8

Yds 3387 2594 3499 3087 924 3380 4149 2187

TD 32 21 34 29 9 27 41 12

PASS DEF EFFICIENCY G 1. Southeastern La. 12 2. Northwestern State 12 3. Sam Houston State 10 4. Central Arkansas 12 5. McNeese State 11 6. Texas State 13 7. Nicholls State 9 8. Stephen F. Austin 12

Att 424 372 379 429 364 477 302 388

Cmp 236 192 230 261 208 277 181 252

Int 9 10 8 12 12 15 5 9

Pct. 55.7 51.6 60.7 60.8 57.1 58.1 59.9 64.9

Yds 2989 2754 2612 3143 2551 3489 2258 3087

TD 24 24 20 21 26 32 19 24

Rush 129 140 53 108 72 118 75 96

Pass 154 115 192 135 139 100 121 27

Pen 21 19 27 23 20 10 18 16

Total 304 274 272 266 231 228 214 139

TOTAL DEFENSE G 1. McNeese State 11 2. Northwestern State 12 3. Central Arkansas 12 4. Sam Houston State 10 5. Nicholls State 9 6. Southeastern La. 12 7. Stephen F. Austin 12 8. Texas State 13

Pass 100 107 108 115 123 129 133 154

Pen 26 19 17 16 25 17 22 28

G 12 12 11 10 12 13 12 9

SacksYards 32 209 28 197 25 174 24 169 23 139 23 158 22 156 15 101

Total 201 209 216 220 235 276 278 313

G 13 10 9 12 12 12 11 12

No 85 71 57 90 87 101 88 115

Yds 767 590 557 784 815 836 799 910

Avg/G 59.0 59.0 61.9 65.3 67.9 69.7 72.6 75.8

Effic 162.5 150.4 147.2 136.7 136.0 133.0 128.4 119.0

OPPONENT PENALTIES G 1. Stephen F. Austin 12 2. Sam Houston State 10 3. Central Arkansas 12 4. Nicholls State 9 5. Southeastern La. 12 6. Northwestern State 12 7. Texas State 13 8. McNeese State 11

No 95 79 96 67 93 77 83 67

Yds 901 745 854 606 762 662 685 538

Avg/G 75.1 74.5 71.2 67.3 63.5 55.2 52.7 48.9

Effic 129.3 129.7 131.8 132.9 133.0 135.4 140.2 147.6

4TH-DN CONVERSIONS G 1. Nicholls State 9 2. Texas State 13 3. Northwestern State 12 4. Sam Houston State 10 5. Central Arkansas 12 6. Stephen F. Austin 12 7. McNeese State 11 8. Southeastern La. 12

Conv 8 14 10 13 12 9 7 4

Att 11 24 18 25 25 24 20 19

Pct 72.7 58.3 55.6 52.0 48.0 37.5 35.0 21.1

OPP 4TH-DN CONVERT G 1. Northwestern State 12 2. Sam Houston State 10 3. Central Arkansas 12 4. McNeese State 11 5. Nicholls State 9 6. Texas State 13 7. Stephen F. Austin 12 7. Southeastern La. 12

Conv 6 8 13 7 5 19 14 14

Att 21 21 33 15 10 33 23 23

Pct 28.6 38.1 39.4 46.7 50.0 57.6 60.9 60.9

1. Stephen F. Austin 2. Central Arkansas 3. McNeese State 4. Sam Houston State 5. Northwestern State 5. Texas State 7. Southeastern La. 8. Nicholls State PENALTIES 1.Texas State 1. Sam Houston State 3. Nicholls State 4. Stephen F. Austin 5. Central Arkansas 6. Northwestern State 7. McNeese State 8. Southeastern La.

PASS EFFICIENCY

FIRST DOWNS G 1. Texas State 13 2. McNeese State 11 3. Stephen F. Austin 12 4. Central Arkansas 12 5. Sam Houston State 10 6. Northwestern State 12 7. Southeastern La. 12 8. Nicholls State 9

Rush 75 83 91 89 87 130 123 131

SACKS BY TD 41 42 37 40 36 49 58 54

PUNT RETURNS G 1. Nicholls State 9 2. McNeese State 11 3. Stephen F. Austin 12 4. Central Arkansas 12 5. Northwestern State 12 6. Southeastern La. 12 7. Sam Houston State 10 8. Texas State 13

OPPONENT 1ST DOWNS G 1. McNeese State 11 2. Northwestern State 12 3. Nicholls State 9 4. Sam Houston State 10 5. Central Arkansas 12 6. Stephen F. Austin 12 7. Southeastern La. 12 8. Texas State 13

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PAT KICKING

G 1. Stephen F. Austin 12 2. Sam Houston State 10 3. Northwestern State 12 4. Texas State 13 5. Central Arkansas 12 6. Southeastern La. 12 7. McNeese State 11 8. Nicholls State 9

RZ 41-47 34-39 39-45 45-52 54-64 29-35 40-49 26-32

Pct 87.2 87.2 86.7 86.5 84.4 82.9 81.6 81.2

TDs 34 27 26 34 41 24 34 18

R/P 10/24 16/11 20/6 18/16 24/17 8/16 24/10 15/3

FG-A F/Int/D/Other 7-8 0/2/1/2 7-10 0/0/2/0 13-16 1/0/2/0 11-12 2/1/2/1 13-16 2/1/4/0 5-6 1/2/1/1 6-10 1/0/3/1 8-10 1/0/2/1

1. Stephen F. Austin 1. Northwestern State 3. Texas State 4. McNeese State 5. Southeastern La. 6. Sam Houston State 7. Central Arkansas 8. Nicholls State

G 1. Texas State 13 2. Southeastern La. 12 3. Northwestern State 12 4. Sam Houston State 10 5. Central Arkansas 12 6. McNeese State 11 7. Stephen F. Austin 12 8. Nicholls State 9

RZ 40-56 39-51 34-44 35-45 36-46 35-41 52-59 39-43

Pct 71.4 76.5 77.3 77.8 78.3 85.4 88.1 90.7

TDs 34 32 26 25 25 27 40 28

R/P 17/17 20/12 14/12 17/8 14/11 14/13 28/12 16/12

FG-A 6-14 7-14 8-9 10-13 11-13 8-11 12-16 11-13

TIME OF POSSESSION G 1. Northwestern State 12 2. McNeese State 11 3. Texas State 13 4. Central Arkansas 12 5. Southeastern La. 12 6. Nicholls State 9 7. Sam Houston State 10 8. Stephen F. Austin 12

3RD-DN CONVERSIONS G 1. Central Arkansas 12 2. Texas State 13 3. McNeese State 11 4. Northwestern State 12 5. Stephen F. Austin 12 6. Sam Houston State 10 7. Nicholls State 9 8. Southeastern La. 12

Conv 76 79 68 82 65 57 38 61

Att 158 171 148 188 166 151 107 175

Pct 48.1 46.2 45.9 43.6 39.2 37.7 35.5 34.9

OPP 3RD-DN CONVERT G 1. Central Arkansas 12 2. Northwestern State 12 3. McNeese State 11 4. Sam Houston State 10 5. Texas State 13 6. Southeastern La. 12 7. Stephen F. Austin 12 8. Nicholls State 9

Conv 60 58 59 62 77 83 84 58

Att 160 151 151 152 187 188 190 127

Pct 37.5 38.4 39.1 40.8 41.2 44.1 44.2 45.7

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Att 51 36 59 51 41 44 57 24

Pct 1.000 1.000 .966 .961 .951 .932 .930 .875

Total Time 402:43 355:31 414:46 370:26 359:41 252:35 280:20 291:31

Avg/G 33:33 32:19 31:54 30:52 29:58 28:03 28:02 24:17

1. Texas State 2. Central Arkansas 3. Nicholls State 4. Southeastern La. 5. Stephen F. Austin 6. McNeese State 7. Northwestern State 8. Sam Houston State

G 13 12 9 12 12 11 12 10

No. 82 84 49 63 75 67 62 63

Avg 62.6 62.3 56.0 60.3 60.6 60.0 60.4 48.2

Yds 5130 5235 2742 3802 4547 4020 3746 3034

1109 1605 658 1215 1545 1401 1477 1103

18 6 4 2 2 4 2 0

44.6 41.8 40.9 40.4 39.5 37.9 36.0 30.7

Individual Statistics

G 9 11 13 12 10 12 12 12

SacksYards 9 48 14 89 15 111 17 119 24 175 24 196 25 167 46 300

G 13 9 12 10 12 12 12 11

Made 14 12 14 12 12 9 13 6

FIELD GOALS 1. Texas State 2. Nicholls State 3. Northwestern State 4. Sam Houston State 4. Southeastern La. 6. Stephen F. Austin 7. Central Arkansas 8. McNeese State

Made 51 36 57 49 39 41 53 21

KICKOFF COVERAGE

SACKS AGAINST 1. Nicholls State 2. McNeese State 3. Texas State 4. Central Arkansas 5. Sam Houston State 5. Northwestern State 7. Stephen F. Austin 8. Southeastern La.

F/Int/D/Other 3/2/2/1 2/0/3/0 3/1/5/0 2/1/1/3 2/1/5/0 0/1/1/1 0/1/2/0 0/1/0/1

G 12 12 13 11 12 10 12 9

Att 17 15 18 17 17 13 19 17

Pct .824 .800 .778 .706 .706 .692 .684 .353

RUSHING 1.Todd Pendland 2. James Aston 3. Byron Lawrence 4. K. Bush 5. Brent Grimes 6. Jay Lucas 7. Stan Zwinggi 8. Cornel Tarrant 9. Chris Bunch 10. Corey Buchanan

TM MCN SHSU NWLA TXST UCA SLU TXST SFA NICH NICH

PASSING AVG/GAME TM 1. Jeremy Moses SFA 1. Rhett Bomar SHSU 3. Nathan Brown UCA 4. Brian Babin SLU 5. B. George TXST 6. D. Fourroux MCN 7. John Hundley NWLA 8. Drew Branch NWLA 9. Clint Toon TXST 10. Chris Bunch NICH

Cl JR JR SR SO JR SR SR SO SR SO

Cl SO SR SR JR JR JR JR SR SR SR

G 11 10 12 13 12 12 13 12 9 8

Att 219 169 207 136 180 164 114 94 74 54

Yds 1431 886 1018 1065 879 787 642 540 404 353

G 12 10 12 11 12 11 9 10 12 9

Att 598 436 375 412 301 276 205 115 126 60

G 10 12 12 11 11 12

Rush 187 -74 215 -84 447 19

Cmp 352 245 254 257 181 169 112 64 73 25

Avg 6.5 5.2 4.9 7.8 4.9 4.8 5.6 5.7 5.5 6.5

Int 20 13 4 7 6 5 3 5 6 1

TD 12 11 9 11 18 4 5 7 4 1

Pct. 58.9 56.2 67.7 62.4 60.1 61.2 54.6 55.7 57.9 41.7

YPG LG 130.1 68 88.6 73 84.8 51 81.9 63 73.2 36 65.6 58 49.4 39 45.0 60 44.9 56 44.1 70

Yds 4026 3355 3206 2806 2660 2205 1307 806 839 546

TD Avg 41 335.5 27 335.5 31 267.2 25 255.1 26 221.7 18 200.5 8 145.2 3 80.6 8 69.9 6 60.7

TOTAL OFFENSE 1. Rhett Bomar 2. Jeremy Moses 3. Nathan Brown 4. Brian Babin 5. D. Fourroux 6. B. George

TM SHSU SFA UCA SLU MCN TXST

Cl SR SO SR JR JR JR

Pass 3355 4026 3206 2806 2205 2660

Plays 517 654 443 492 391 342

Total 3542 3952 3421 2722 2652 2679

Yds/G 354.2 329.3 285.1 247.5 241.1 223.2

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NWLA MCN NICH SHSU

JR JR SR JR

9 11 9 10

246 1431 404 886

1307 0 546 0

295 219 134 170

1553 1431 950 886

172.6 130.1 105.6 88.6

RECEPTIONS/GAME TM 1. Duane Brooks SFA 2. C. Luke TXST 3. Dominique Edison SFA 4. S. Whitehead MCN 5. Catron Houston SHSU 6. Jay Lucas SLU 7. S. Yarborough SLU 8. Chris Lucas SHSU 9. Chris Wilson SLU 10. Eric Ware UCA

Cl JR SR SR SR SR SR FR JR JR SR

G 10 13 12 11 10 12 11 10 12 12

Rec 68 73 67 57 51 58 51 45 51 50

Yds 863 1268 1016 810 1002 557 490 592 740 758

TD 4 17 18 4 9 4 6 3 8 5

Avg/C 12.7 17.4 15.2 14.2 19.6 9.6 9.6 13.2 14.5 15.2

Rec/G LG 6.80 55 5.62 70 5.58 76 5.18 57 5.10 76 4.83 60 4.64 30 4.50 80 4.25 64 4.17 71

RECEIVE YDS/GAME TM 1. Catrron Houston SHSU 2. C. Luke TXST 3. Duane Brooks SFA 4. Dominique Edison SFA 5. S. Whitehead MCN 6. Dudley Guice NWLA 7. Justin Wells, SHSU 8. Eric Ware UCA 9. Chris Wilson SLU 10. M. Branson UCA

Cl SR SR JR SR SR SR SR SR JR SR

G 10 13 10 12 11 9 7 12 12 12

Rec 51 73 68 67 57 35 27 50 51 45

Yds 1002 1268 863 1016 810 606 445 758 740 737

TD 9 17 4 18 4 5 2 5 8 11

Avg/C 19.6 17.4 12.7 15.2 14.2 17.3 16.5 15.2 14.5 16.4

Yds/G LG 100.2 76 97.5 70 86.3 55 84.7 76 73.6 57 67.3 74 63.6 46 63.2 71 61.7 64 61.4 79

TM TXST MCN SHSU MCN SHSU SFA SLU UCA TXST SFA

Cl SO JR JR SR SR JR SR JR SR JR

G 13 11 10 11 10 10 12 12 13 12

Rush 1065 1431 886 194 3 0 787 879 0 0

Rcv 210 349 326 810 1002 863 557 332 1268 591

PR 0 0 0 147 8 146 0 0 0 85

KR 1055 147 195 321 235 164 0 0 0 391

TM 1. M. Crosby TXST 2. Tommy Connors SLU 3. Jeremy Haynes MCN 4. Dathan Johnson UCA 5. Gary Riggs NWLA 5. Jabar Williams SFA 5. Anthony Gambles UCA 8. Lardarius Webb NICH 8. Jeremy Claybon SFA 10. Marquis Powell SLU

Cl SR JR SR SR JR SO JR SR SO SR

G 9 12 10 11 12 12 12 9 9 10

Int 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2

Yds 51 36 83 2 68 0 0 37 35 89

TD 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 2

Cl SR JR SR JR JR SR SO SR JR SR

G 12 12 9 11 11 10 12 12 9 10

Att 375 301 60 276 412 436 598 126 205 115

Cmp 254 181 25 169 257 245 352 73 112 64

Int 4 6 1 5 7 13 20 6 3 5

ALL PURPOSE 1. K. Bush 2.T. Pendland 3. James Aston 4. S. Whitehead 5. Catron Houston 6. Duane Brooks 7. Jay Lucas 8. Brent Grimes 9. C. Luke 10. C. Parks

Yds Avg/G 2330 179.2 1927 175.2 1407 140.7 1472 133.8 1248 124.8 1173 117.3 1344 112.0 1211 100.9 1268 97.5 1067 88.9

INTERCEPTIONS Int/G 0.44 0.33 0.30 0.27 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.22 0.22 0.20

Long 22 26 45 2 39 0 0 37 31 51

PUNTING TM NICH SHSU UCA SFA SLU MCN TXST NWLA

Cl SO SR JR FR SR SR FR SO

G 9 10 11 12 12 11 11 12

Punt 38 44 33 52 68 41 42 62

Yds 1611 1805 1348 2110 2645 1572 1607 2303

Avg 42.4 41.0 40.8 40.6 38.9 38.3 38.3 37.1

Long 57 60 55 56 58 76 59 56

TM UCA SFA SHSU MCN TXST SHSU UCA TXST SFA NWLA

Cl JR SR JR JR SR JR FR SR SR SR

G 12 12 10 11 13 10 12 13 12 12

TD 21 18 14 15 17 0 0 0 0 0

XPT 0 0 0 0 0 41 53 57 51 36

FG 0 0 0 0 0 12 13 14 9 14

2XP Pts 0 126 2 110 0 84 0 90 0 102 0 77 0 92 0 99 0 78 0 78

TM UCA SFA SHSU TXST SLU MCN UCA SHSU SFA UCA

Cl JR JR JR JR SR SO SR SR JR JR

G 12 12 10 13 11 9 12 10 12 10

Solo 9 10 8 6 6 5 3 5 3 2

Ast 6 4 1 1 0 1 2 0 2 3

Yds 75 75 54 39 44 35 35 29 31 24

Total 15 14 9 7 6 6 5 5 5 5

Avg/G 1.25 1.17 0.90 0.54 0.55 0.67 0.42 0.50 0.42 0.50

TACKLES FOR LOSS TM 1. Larry Har UCA 2. Tim Knicky SFA 3. T. Houston TXST 4. Chris Brown SHSU 5. Ledell Lovel NWLA 5. James Lancaster UCA 7. Derrick Choice SFA 8. Ryan Gloston SHSU 9. Mark Newbill SLU 10. Walter Vaughn SLU

Cl JR JR JR JR SO JR FR SR SO JR

G 12 12 13 10 12 12 12 10 11 12

Solo 14 16 9 9 10 10 7 8 7 6

Ast 14 9 6 4 2 2 7 2 3 5

Yds 96 115 51 69 40 58 31 48 19 42

Total 21.0 20.5 12.0 11.0 11.0 11.0 10.5 9.0 8.5 8.5

Avg./G 1.75 1.71 0.92 1.10 0.92 0.92 0.88 0.90 0.77 0.71

1. Patrick Dolan 2. Derrick Raymer 3. Jonathan Beard 4. Drew Nelson 5. Cody Samples 6. Blake Bercegeay 7. B. Follis 8. Bradley Russo SCORING 1. Brent Grimes 2. D. Edison 3. James Aston 4. T. Pendland 5. C. Luke 6. T. Wilkins 7. Eddie Carmona 8. A. Ireland 9. Cory Long 9. Robert Weeks

Pts/G 10.5 9.2 8.4 8.2 7.8 7.7 7.7 7.6 6.5 6.5

SACKS 1. Larry Hart 2. Tim Knicky 3. Chris Brown 4. T. Houston 5. Steven Honore 6. T. Freeman 7. Quad Sanders 8. Ryan Gloston 9. Kenda Jernigan 10. Taylor Scott

PASS EFFICIENCY 1. Nathan Brown 2. B. George 3. Chris Bunch 4. D. Fourroux 5. Brian Babin 6. Rhett Bomar 7. Jeremy Moses 8. C. Toon 9. John Hundley 10. Drew Branch

TM UCA TXST NICH MCN SLU SHSU SFA TXST NWLA NWLA

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Pct. 67.7 60.1 41.7 61.2 62.4 56.2 58.9 57.9 54.6 55.7

Yds 3206 2660 546 2205 2806 3355 4026 839 1307 806

TD Eff. 31 164.7 26 158.9 6 147.8 18 146.2 25 136.2 27 135.3 41 131.4 8 125.3 8 118.1 3 114.4

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Southland Polls/Composite Schedule/SLC Staff

2009 Southland Conference Football Preseason Polls

2009 Southland Conference Football Composite Schedule

COACHES (1st Place Votes)

Sept. 3, Thursday Western Illinois at Sam Houston State . . . . . .6 p.m.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

. . . .Texas State (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 . . . .McNeese State (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39 . . . .Northwestern State (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 . . . .Central Arkansas (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37 . . . .Stephen F. Austin (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 . . . .Sam Houston State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 . . . .Nicholls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 . . . .Southeastern Louisiana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTORS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

. . . .Texas State (5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45 . . . .McNeese State (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43 . . . .Central Arkansas (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 . . . .Northwestern State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 . . . .Stephen F. Austin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 . . . .Sam Houston State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 . . . .Southeastern Louisiana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 . . . .Nicholls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15

2009 All-Southland Conference Football Preseason Teams First Team Offense UNIVERSITY POS .NAME QB . . .Derrick Fourroux . . . . . . . . . . . .McNeese State RB . . .Toddrick Pendland . . . . . . . . . .McNeese State RB . . .Karrington Bush . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Texas State FB . . .Nick Cowger . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Central Arkansas WR . .Duane Brooks . . . . . . . . . . . .Stephen F. Austin WR . .Simmie Yarborough . . . . . .Southeastern La. TE . . .Wes Mangan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .McNeese State OL . . .Lane Freiwald . . . . . . . . . . . . .Central Arkansas OL . . .D.J. Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Texas State OL . . .Hunter Schmidt . . . . . . . . . .Sam Houston State OL . . .Casey Richter . . . . . . . . . . . . . .McNeese State OL . . .Will Merritt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Central Arkansas PK . . .Jeff Turner . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Southeastern La. First Team Defense DL . . .Larry Hart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Central Arkansas DL . . .Tim Knicky . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Stephen F. Austin DL . . .Chris Brown . . . . . . . . . . . .Sam Houston State DL . . .Taylor Scott . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Central Arkansas LB . . .Jabara Williams . . . . . . . . . . .Stephen F. Austin LB . . .James Lancaster . . . . . . . . . .Central Arkansas DB . . .Tommy Connors . . . . . . . . .Southeastern La. DB . . .Pieri Feazell . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Central Arkansas DB . . .Wesley Eckles . . . . . . . . . . .Northwestern State DB . . .Anthony Gambles . . . . . . . . . .Central Arkansas DB . . .Derrick Boyd . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Central Arkansas P . . . .Patrick Dolan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Nicholls RS . . .Karrington Bush . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Texas State Second Team Offense QB . . .Bradley George . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Texas State RB . . .Brent Grimes . . . . . . . . . . . . .Central Arkansas RB . . .Chris Poullard . . . . . . . . . . .Sam Houston State FB . . .Brandon Broussard . . . . . . . . . .McNeese State WR . .Contravious Parks . . . . . . . . .Stephen F. Austin WR* . .Willie Landers . . . . . . . . . . . . .Central Arkansas WR* . .Immanuel Friddle . . . . . . . . . . .McNeese State TE . . .Gordon Freeman . . . . . . . .Northwestern State OL . . .Calvin Gore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Texas State OL . . .Marcus Washington . . . . . .Northwestern State OL . . .Alex Luna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Texas State OL . . .Casey Thurber . . . . . . . . . . . .Central Arkansas OL . . .Michael Booker . . . . . . . . . .Northwestern State PK . . .Ross Schexnayder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Nicholls Second Team Defense DL . . .Zac Reddix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Nicholls DL . . .Ledell Love . . . . . . . . . . . . .Northwestern State DL . . .Albert Smith . . . . . . . . . . . .Northwestern State DL . . .Terrance Freeman . . . . . . . . . . .McNeese State LB . . .Deron Minor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .McNeese State LB* . .Blake Delcambre . . . . . . . .Northwestern State LB* . .Luke McCall . . . . . . . . . . . .Sam Houston State LB* . .Marcus Clark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Texas State DB . . .Gary Riggs . . . . . . . . . . . . .Northwestern State DB . . .Henry Minor . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Central Arkansas DB . . .Kasey Brown . . . . . . . . . . . .Northwestern State DB . . .Darrell Jenkins . . . . . . . . . . . . .McNeese State DB . . .Dominique Daniels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Nicholls P . . . .Jonathan Beard . . . . . . . . . . .Central Arkansas RS* . .T.J. Adams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Central Arkansas RS* . .Contrevious Parks . . . . . . . . .Stephen F. Austin * indicates ties for final spot at position

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Sept. 4, Friday Central Arkansas at Hawaii . . . . . . . . . . . .11:30 p.m. Sept. 5, Saturday Texas A&M-Commerce at Southeastern . .6 p.m. Henderson State at McNeese State . . . . . . . .7 p.m. Angelo State at Texas State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TBA Nicholls State at Air Force . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TBA Northwestern State at Houston . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TBA Stephen F. Austin at SMU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TBA Sept. 10, Thursday Union College (Ky.) at Southeastern . . . . .7 p.m. Sept. 12, Saturday McNeese State at Appalachian State . . . .3:30 p.m. Texas College at Stephen F. Austin . . . . . . . . .6 p.m. Duquesne at Nicholls State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TBA Northwestern State at Grambling . . . . . . . . . . . .TBA Sept. 19, Saturday Central Arkansas at Western Kentucky . . . . . .6 p.m. North Dakota State at Sam Houston State . . .6 p.m. North Dakota at Northwestern State . . . . . . . .6 p.m. Stephen F. Austin at Western Illinois . . . . .6:05 p.m. Savannah State at McNeese State . . . . . . . . .7 p.m. Nicholls State at Louisiana Tech . . . . . . . . . . . . .TBA Southeastern at Ole Miss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TBA Texas State at TCU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TBA Sept. 26, Saturday McNeese State at Tulane . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2:30 p.m. Southeastern at South Dakota . . . . . . . . . .4:05 p.m. Glenville State at Central Arkansas . . . . . . . . .6 p.m. North Dakota at Stephen F. Austin . . . . . . . . .6 p.m. Sam Houston State at Tulsa . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 p.m. Texas Southern at Texas State . . . . . . . . . . . .6 p.m. Jacksonville State at Nicholls State . . . . . . . . . .TBA Northwestern State at Baylor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TBA Oct. 3, Saturday Saint Joseph’s at Sam Houston State . . . . . . .2 p.m. Texas State at Southern Utah . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 p.m. Missouri S&T at Central Arkansas . . . . . . . . . .6 p.m.

Oct. 10, Saturday Nicholls State at Sam Houston State* . . . . . . .2 p.m. Southeastern La. at Texas State* . . . . . . . .2 p.m. McNeese State at Stephen F. Austin* . . . . . . .6 p.m. Central Arkansas at Northwestern State* . . . .7 p.m. Oct. 17, Saturday Northwestern State at McNeese State* . . . . .6 p.m. Sam Houston State at Southeastern* . . . . . . .6 p.m. Stephen F. Austin at Central Arkansas* . . . . .6 p.m. Texas State at Nicholls State* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TBA Oct. 24, Saturday Sam Houston State at Stephen F. Austin* . . .2 p.m. Nicholls State at Central Arkansas * . . . . . . . .6 p.m. Southeastern at McNeese State* . . . . . . . .6 p.m. Texas State at Northwestern State* . . . . . . . . .7 p.m. Oct. 31, Saturday Central Arkansas at Southeastern* . . . . . . .2 p.m. McNeese State at Nicholls State* . . . . . . . . . .2 p.m. Stephen F. Austin at Texas State* . . . . . . . . . .2 p.m. Northwestern State at Sam Houston State* . .6 p.m. Nov. 7, Saturday Southeastern at Northwestern State* . . . . .2 p.m. Nicholls State at Stephen F. Austin* . . . . . . . .6 p.m. Texas State at Central Arkansas* . . . . . . . . . .6 p.m. Sam Houston State at McNeese State* . . . . .7 p.m. Nov. 14, Saturday Central Arkansas at Sam Houston State* . . . .2 p.m. Northwestern State at Nicholls State* . . . . . . .2 p.m. Stephen F. Austin at Southeastern* . . . . . .2 p.m. McNeese State at Texas State* . . . . . . . . . . .6 p.m. Nov. 19, Thursday Nicholls State at Southeastern* . . . . . . . . . . .TBA Nov. 21, Saturday Sam Houston State at Texas State* . . . . . . . .2 p.m. Stephen F. Austin at Northwestern State* . . . .2 p.m. Central Arkansas at McNeese State* . . . . . . .7 p.m. Nov. 28, Saturday North Dakota at Central Arkansas . . . . . . . . . .1 p.m. * indicates Southland Conference game Games in italics to be broadcast on the Southland Conference Television Network

Southland Conference Staff

Tom Burnett Commissioner

Jenny McGee Assoc. Commissioner External Affairs

Jack Key Assoc. Commissioner Finance

Tina Cheatham Assoc. Commissioner Championships

Bruce Ludlow Assoc. Commissioner Communications

Stephanie McDonald Assoc. Commissioner Institutional Services

Todd Lamb Asst. Commissioner Communications

Jimmy Glenn Assistant Director Media Services

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Highlight Performances 200-Yard Rushing Games Date Opponent Name Mack Boatner 11/8/80 Delta State Horace Belton 11/9/74 Delta State Jay Lucas 10/20/07 Central Arkansas Jerry Butler 10/18/84 Southwest Texas Ted Glaser 11/23/68 Northwestern State

Yards (att.) 275 (19) 267 (41) 215 (24) 215 (28) 203 (34)

TD 2 4 2 1 3

100-Yard Rushing Games Date Opponent Name Ray Perkins 11/11/04 Texas College Mack Boatner 10/13/79 Northwestern State Horace Belton 10/12/74 Troy State Horace Belton 9/25/76 Cameron C.J. Alexander 10/17/59 Florence State Ted Glaser 11/21/70 Northwestern State Jay Lucas 11/17/07 Nicholls State Jerry Butler 9/11/82 McNeese State Harry Nunez 11/21/64 Northwestern State Jeff Senegal 11/16/85 Northwestern State Jerry Butler 10/8/83 Troy State Ray Perkins 10/16/04 Mercyhurst C.J. Alexander 9/17/59 Southwestern La. Charlie Thomas 9/19/81 Southwest Texas Horace Belton 9/27/75 Cameron Horace Belton 10/9/76 Troy State Mike Thompson 10/31/70 Youngstown State Jay Lucas 10/6/07 Stephen F. Austin Horace Belton 11/1/75 Louisiana Tech C.J. Alexander 11/21/59 Northwestern State Ted Glaser 11/14/70 McNeese State Jay Lucas 11/10/07 Sam Houston State Charlie Thomas 9/12/81 Southwestern La. Marion Salloum 11/14/53 McNeese State Charlie Hayes 10/18/63 Corpus Christi Jerry Butler 9/24/83 East Texas State Ted Glaser 10/10/70 Pensacola Navy Robert Hicks 9/27/80 Illinois State Tom Johnson 9/21/84 Mississippi College Jay Lucas 9/15/07 Kentucky Wesleyan Tommy Bell 9/22/56 Southwestern La. Darrell Beard 11/8/69 Louisiana Tech Mack Boatner 11/15/80 Nicholls State Ray Perkins 11/20/04 Gardner-Webb Robert Hicks 9/27/80 Illinois State Gino Marino 11/3/73 Delta State Greg Domiano 10/17/81 Southern

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

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

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.

Horace Belton Don Marino Mack Boatner Don Marino Rogers Wilson Mike Scioneaux Jay Lucas Ellis Johnson Jerry Butler Gino Marino Jay Lucas Wayne Dugas Horace Belton Jerry Butler Jerry Butler Horace Belton Dean Waguespack Charlie Thomas Mack Boatner Jay Lucas Ray Perkins Greg Domiano

9/20/75 10/30/54 10/13/79 9/25/54 10/25/75 11/17/73 11/3/07 12/21/64 10/4/84 9/30/72 9/16/06 11/23/57 11/2/74 11/3/84 10/1/83 9/21/74 10/15/77 10/25/80 10/24/81 10/18/08 9/27/03 10/3/82

Tennessee-Martin Stetson Northwestern State Southwestern La. Northeast Louisiana Northwestern State Texas State Southwestern La. Sam Houston State Nicholls State Jacksonville Northwestern State Louisiana Tech Southwest Missouri Western Kentucky Tennessee-Martin Livingston Northeast Louisiana Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State Texas State Jackson State

132 (23) 131 (14) 131 (28) 130 (14) 130 (15) 130 (16) 130 (19) 130 (19) 129 (15) 127 (28) 125 (9) 123 (22) 123 (23) 123 (33) 123 (28) 122 (14) 122 (9) 121 (18) 121 (29) 120 (19) 120 (11) 120 (22)

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

Most 100-Yard Rushing Games 1. Jerry Butler (1981-84).................................................................13 2. Mack Boatner (1978-81) .............................................................11 Horace Belton (1973-76) ............................................................11 4. Jay Lucas (2006-08)...................................................................10 5. Ray Perkins (2003-04)..................................................................8 6. Ted Glaser (1967-70)....................................................................6 7. C.J. Alexander (1958-59)..............................................................5 8. Charlie Thomas (1978-81)............................................................4 Robert Hicks (1977-80) ................................................................4 10. Gino Marino (1970-73) .................................................................3

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.

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The Longest Runs 90, Mack Boatner (vs. Delta State) ....................................Nov. 8, 1980 88, C.J. Alexander (vs. Southwestern La.) .....................Sept. 18, 1959 87, Frankie Bourgeois (vs. Louisiana Tech) .......................Nov. 9, 1957 87, Rogers Wilson (at Jacksonville State) ..........................Oct. 5, 1974 85, Ray Perkins (at Texas State) ....................................Sept. 27, 2003 80, Jerry Butler (at Troy State) ...........................................Oct. 8, 1983 80, Jay Lucas (vs. Kentucky Wesleyan) .........................Sept. 15, 2007 78, Dean Waguespack (vs. Livingston) ............................Oct. 15, 1977 78, Jay Lucas (vs. Stephen F. Austin) ................................Oct. 6, 2007 76, Tommy Bell (vs. Southwestern La.) ..........................Sept. 21, 1957 76, Charlie Hayes (at Northeast Louisiana)......................Oct. 26, 1963

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Highlight Performances 500-Yard Passing Games Date Opponent Yds (A/C/I) TD Name Martin Hankins 9/2/04 Arkansas-Monticello 588 (41/30/0) 4

Gino Marino recorded three 100-yard games in his career. He ranks 10th in school history with 1,412 yards rushing.

Ray Perkins Jerry Zimmerman Jerry Butler 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 Don Griffin Jerry Butler Mack Boatner Ray Perkins Tommy Bell Harry Nunez Brett Brian C.J. Alexander Clell Rosetti Louis Carliste Jerry Butler C.J. Alexander Mack Boatner Lynn Day Mickey Catalanotta Horace Belton Steve Sifton Ed Welch Mack Boatner Frankie Bourgois Ray Perkins Clell Rosetti Horace Belton Ted Glaser Robert Hicks Jerry Butler Greg Domiano Jay Lucas Charlie Thomas

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10/09/04 10/15/49 11/6/82 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 10/23/76 9/29/84 10/12/78 10/18/03 10/31/53 10/9/65 10/1/83 11/29/58 11/26/68 11/20/54 10/24/81 11/29/58 9/15/79 10/28/67 9/17/55 11/15/75 9/29/84 11/9/57 11/11/78 11/9/57 11/6/04 11/15/69 9/14/74 11/26/68 9/8/79 10/16/82 11/7/81 11/8/08 10/18/80

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

Northern Colorado Northwestern State Southern 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 Northeast Louisiana Western Kentucky Northeast Louisiana Webber International Northwestern State Samford Western Kentucky Tampa McNeese State Northwestern State Northeast Louisiana Tampa Murray State Pensacola Navy Northeast Louisiana Nicholls State Western Kentucky Louisiana Tech Nicholls State Louisiana Tech Jacksonville McNeese State North Alabama McNeese State McNeese State Texas Southern Southern Texas State Texas Southern

119 (15) 118 (19) 118 (19) 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 (15) 109 (11) 108 (18) 107 (9) 107 (21) 107 (23) 107 (11) 107 (18) 107 (18) 107 106 (22) 106 (17) 106 (11) 105 (18) 105 (10) 105 (30) 104 (28) 104 (7) 104 (18) 104 (7) 103 (12) 103 (20) 103 (24) 102 (25) 102 (24) 102 (15) 101 (22) 100 (12) 100 (15)

0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 2 1 1 2 1 0 2

400-Yard Passing Games Date Opponent Name Martin Hankins 11/6/04 Jacksonville Martin Hankins 11/20/04 Gardner-Webb Martin Hankins 9/11/04 McNeese State Martin Hankins 10/16/04 Mercyhurst Martin Hankins 11/8/03 Jacksonville Trey Willie 11/12/05 Nicholls State Martin Hankins 9/13/03 Henderson State

Yds (A/C/I) 484 (61/50/0) 445 (60/38/3) 439 (54/38/0) 431 (50/33/1) 412 (57/42/0) 403 (57/38/1) 402 (52/37/3)

TD 4 4 5 5 3 3 3

300-Yard Passing Games Date Opponent Name Martin Hankins 10/30/04 Alcorn State Martin Hankins 10/2/04 Mississippi Valley Martin Hankins 10/18/03 Webber International Martin Hankins 11/15/03 Prairie View A&M Bobby Cotton 10/29/66 Pensacola Navy John Gregory 9/13/85 Central Florida Martin Hankins 11/11/04 Texas College Martin Hankins 9/4/03 Lambuth Brian Babin 9/13/08 South Dakota Seth Babin 11/11/06 Gardner-Webb Brian Babin 9/20/08 Louisiana Tech Robbie Mahfouz 10/31/81 Northwestern State Martin Hankins 9/18/04 Texas State Martin Hankins 10/25/03 St. Mary’s (Calif.) Trey Willie 10/29/05 Stephen F. Austin Kevin Darouse 11/23/85 Nicholls State Martin Hankins 11/1/03 Alcorn State Trey Willie 10/22/05 McNeese State

Yds (A/C/I) 374 (54/31/3) 368 (49/30/0) 363 (50/32/0) 356 (44/35/1) 351 (23/17/0) 340 (56/22/0) 332 (35/27/0) 332 (47/22/1) 330 (44/27/0) 325 (63/34/0) 322 (59/32/0) 322 (24/17/1) 319 (56/31/2) 315 (49/31/3) 308 (25/17/0) 306 (42/25/2) 304 (55/34/2) 300 (37/21/0)

TD 3 2 6 4 1 3 4 2 2 2 0 3 1 3 2 0 3 2

200-Yard Passing Games Date Opponent Name Robbie Mahfouz 11/13/82 Northeast Louisiana Brian Babin 11/3/07 Texas State Brian Babin 10/18/08 Northwestern State Gene Estapa 10/21/72 Northeast Louisiana Trey Willie 9/17/05 Northern Colorado Seth Babin 9/30/06 Gardner-Webb Trey Willie 11/19/05 Mississippi Valley Brian Babin 9/22/07 Tulane Brian Babin 10/4/08 Stephen F. Austin Brian Babin 11/15/08 Sam Houston State Brian Babin 10/25/08 Central Arkansas Trey Willie 10/1/05 Tulane

Yds (A/C/I) 298 (28/16/3) 292 (37/23/1) 291 (29/20/0) 291 (18/14/2) 286 (53/33/3) 283 (44/33/2) 279 (32/18/1) 278 (47/31/0) 272 (42/30/1) 271 (24/46/0) 270 (43/27/1) 268 (54/38/1)

TD 5 0 2 0 1 1 4 2 4 3 3 3

Trey Willie threw for over 200 yards in 10 games for the Lions in 2005. He recorded a career-high 403 yards against Nicholls State in the 2005 season finale.

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10/14/06 9/25/04 10/25/75 10/15/05 9/15/07

200-Yard Receiving Date Name Felton Huggins 9/2/04 Felton Huggins 9/11/04 David Patterson 10/31/81

Felton Huggins is the most prolific receiver in school history. The former Lion star (2003-05) holds every single season and career receiving record.

Trey Willie Charles Herbert Martin Hankins Brian Babin Lester Smith Martin Hankins Brian Babin Bradd Schlosser Don Griffin Brian Babin Trey Willie Dan Brewer Trey Willie Brian Babin Brian Babin Martin Hankins Dan Brewer Martin Hankins Don Griffin

11/5/05 9/17/83 10/4/03 9/27/08 11/20/65 10/9/04 11/22/08 10/21/06 10/30/76 10/27/07 9/10/05 10/28/67 10/8/05 10/13/07 11/8/08 9/20/03 11/11/67 8/30/03 9/27/75

Sam Houston State Central Florida McNeese State North Dakota Northwestern State Northern Colorado Nicholls State Texas State Mississippi College McNeese State Alcorn State Pensacola Navy Texas State Northwestern State Texas State Troy State McNeese State Arkansas-Monticello Cameron

263 262 259 257 257 255 253 250 245 239 236 233 232 231 228 228 225 213 212

(41/25/1) (16/9/0) (51/18/2) (28/18/0) (18/14/2) (36/17/3) (37/29/1) (32/25/0) (18/8/2) (32/19/1) (30/16/1) (19/11/2) (40/17/1) (23/10/0) (35/21/3) (48/31/0) (47/23/2) (48/29/0) (15/9/0)

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300-Yard Passing Games 1. Martin Hankins (2003-04) ................................................................9 2. Trey Willie (2003-05) .......................................................................2 Brian Babin (2005-present)...........................................................2 4. Bobby Cotton (1965-66) ..................................................................1 John Gregory (1985) .......................................................................1 Seth Babin (2003-06) ......................................................................1 Robbie Mahfouz (1981) ...................................................................1 Kevin Darouse (1982-85) ................................................................1 400-Yard Passing Games 1. Martin Hankins (2003-04) ................................................................6 2. Trey Willie (2003-05) .......................................................................1 500-Yard Passing Games 1. Martin Hankins (2003-04) ................................................................1

Northwestern State Sam Houston State Northeast Louisiana Northwestern State Kentucky Wesleyan

212 205 205 202 200

(40/26/0) (44/32/0) (19/14/1) (35/18/1) (18/16/0)

2 0 2 1 5

Games Opponent Arkansas-Monticello McNeese State Northwestern State

Yards (rec.) TD 266 (11) 2 235 (13) 2 234 (9) 2

100-Yard Receiving Games Date Opponent Yards (rec.) TD Name Felton Huggins 10/16/04 Mercyhurst 195 (13) 3 David Patterson 10/24/81 Northeast Louisiana 171 (7) 3 Josh Taylor 11/12/05 Nicholls State 160 (9) 2 Felton Huggins 11/20/04 Gardner-Webb 157 (10) 1 Hutch Gonzales 10./29/05 Stephen F. Austin 155 (7) 0 Andre Cryer 9/20/08 Louisiana Tech 138 (7) 1 Duane Floyd 11/25/65 Appalachian State 134 (6) 2 David Patterson 9/18/82 Central Florida 133 (6) 1 Felton Huggins 10/2/04 Mississippi Valley 131 (8) 0 Byron Ross 10/27/07 McNeese State 129 (8) 2 Chris Ceaser 3/13/85 Central Florida 129 (6) 1 Crawford Kilpatrick 11/11/06 Sam Houston State 128 (11) 1 Chris Wilson 10/4/08 Stephen F. Austin 121 (5) 2 Duane Floyd 9/23/67 Southern Mississippi 120 (9) 0 Wyatt Harris 11/23/85 Nicholls State 120 (7) 0 David Patterson 10/25/80 Northeast Louisiana 120 (7) 2 David Patterson 10/16/82 Texas Southern 119 (4) 0 Merrick Lanaux 9/22/07 Tulane 117 (6) 1 Hutch Gonzales 10/8/05 Texas State 117 (5) 1 Ray Brown 9/17/83 Central Florida 117 (3) 1 Felton Huggins 11/8/03 Jacksonville 114 (10) 1 Hutch Gonzales 11/19/05 Mississippi Valley 114 (5) 2 Ray Brown 11/10/84 Northwestern State 113 (6) 0 Merrick Lanaux 11/19/05 Mississippi Valley 111 (4) 2 Brooks Jordan 11/11/03 Northwestern State 110 (9) 0 Jamarr’ Garrett 10/21/06 Texas State 110 (6) 1 Jeffrey Howard 11/11/04 Texas College 108 (7) 1 Chris Wilson 8/30/08 Alcorn State 107 (3) 2 Duane Floyd 11/20/65 Northwestern State 105 (8) 1 Duane Floyd 11/11/67 McNeese State 104 (8) 0 Merrick Lanaux 9/30/06 Gardner-Webb 102 (10) 0 Felton Huggins 11/1/03 Alcorn State 102 (5) 1 Chris Wilson 9/13/08 South Dakota 101 (11) 0 Ray Perkins 9/2/04 Arkansas-Monticello 101 (2) 1 Felton Huggins 10/29/05 Stephen F. Austin 100 (6) 1 Tommy Arbour 10/23/65 Northeast Louisiana 100 (2) 1

Most 100-Yard Receiving Games 1. Felton Huggins (2003-05)................................................................6 2. David Patterson (1979-82) ..............................................................4 Duane Floyd (1965-68)....................................................................4 4. Hutch Gonzales (2003-05) ..............................................................3 Merrick Lanaux (2005-present).....................................................3 Chris Wilson (2008-present) .........................................................3 7. Ray Brown (1983-84) ......................................................................2 Most Receptions In A Game

The Longest Pass Completions 92, 90, 80, 80, 78, 78, 73, 72, 72, 71, 71,

Johnny Wells to Andre Lennix (vs. Delta State) ............................Nov. 4, 1978 John Gregory to Clarence Ambrose (vs. Northeast La.) .............Oct. 19, 1985 Charles Hebert to Ray Brown (vs. UCF)....................................Sept. 17, 1983 Martin Hankins to Josh Taylor (vs. Northern Colorado).................Oct. 9, 2004 Martin Hankins to Felton Huggins (vs. Arkansas-Monticello) ......Sept. 2, 2004 Lester Smith to Tommy Arbour (vs. Northwestern State) ............Nov. 20, 1965 Elbert Harris to Oscar Lofton (at Tampa).....................................Oct. 31, 1959 Elbert Harris to Chuck Berg (at Florence State)..........................Oct. 17, 1959 Brian Babin to Byron Ross (at Northwestern State) ....................Oct. 13, 2007 Martin Hankins to Jeffrey Howard (at Jacksonville) ......................Nov. 6, 2004 Charles Hebert to Hardy Anderson (vs. UCF) ...........................Sept. 17, 1983

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13, Felton Huggins (vs. Mercyhurst) ...........................................Oct. 16, 13, Felton Huggins (at McNeese State) ....................................Sept. 11, 12, Ray Perkins (vs. Sam Houston State) ................................Sept. 25, 11, Hutch Gonzales (at Jacksonville) ...........................................Nov. 6, 11, Felton Huggins (vs. Arkansas-Monticello) .............................Sept. 2, 11, Crawford Kilpatrick (vs. Sam Houston State) .......................Nov. 11, 11, Josh Taylor (at Northern Colorado) .....................................Sept. 17, 11, Chris Wilson (vs. South Dakota) .....................................Sept. 13, 10, Merrick Lanaux (vs. Gardner-Webb) ...................................Sept. 30, 10, Felton Huggins (vs. Jacksonville) ...........................................Nov. 8, 10, Felton Huggins (at Gardner-Webb) ......................................Nov. 20, 10, Josh Taylor (vs. Arkansas-Monticello)..................................Aug, 30,

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Season/Career Records RUSHING (CAREER) Rushing yards 1. 3232 Jerry Butler 2. 3222 Horace Belton 3. 2776 Mack Boatner 4. 2710 Jay Lucas 5. 1857 Rogers Wilson 6. 1849 Ray Perkins 7. 1832 Tommy Bell 8. 1755 Robert Hicks 9. 1750 Ted Glaser 10. 1412 Gino Marino Rushing attempts 1. 706 Jerry Butler 2. 682 Horace Belton 3. 591 Mack Boatner 4. 471 Jay Lucas 5. 441 Ted Glaser 6. 429 Robert Hicks 7. 397 Darrell Beard 8. 366 Johnny Wells 9. 365 Gino Marino 10. 361 Mac Faul Rushing TDs 1. 32 Horace Belton 2. 28 Jerry Butler 3. 25 Mack Boatner 4. 22 Jay Lucas 5. 15 Ellis Johnson 15 Ray Perkins 7. 14 C.J. Alexander 8. 12 Darrell Beard 12 Rogers Wilson 12 Charles Whitney RUSHING (SEASON) Rushing yards 1. 1239 Jay Lucas (173-1239) 2. 1168 Horace Belton (245-1168) 3. 1148 Ray Perkins (179-1148) 4. 1092 Jerry Butler (235-1092) 5. 1061 Horace Belton (206-1061) 6. 1038 Ted Glaser (259-1038) 7. 980 Jerry Butler (228-980) 8. 902 Jerry Butler (176-902) 9. 861 Don Marino (90-861) 10. 806 Mack Boatner (171-806) Rushing attempts 1. 259 Ted Glaser (259-1038) 2. 245 Horace Belton (245-1168) 3. 235 Jerry Butler (235-1092) 4. 228 Jerry Butler (228-980) 5. 215 Darrell Beard (215-769) 6. 206 Horace Belton (206-1061) 7. 179 Ray Perkins (179-1148) 8. 176 Jerry Butler (176-902) 9. 175 Mack Boatner (175-720) 10. 173 Jay Lucas (173-1239) Rushing TDs 1. 14 Horace Belton 2. 12 Jay Lucas 3. 11 Horace Belton 11 Jerry Butler 5. 10 Mack Boatner 6. 9 Ray Perkins 7. 8 Jerry Butler 8 Ellis Johnson 8 Mack Boatner 10. 7 C.J. Alexander PASSING (CAREER) Pass attempts 1. 1132 Martin Hankins 2. 729 Brian Babin

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Brian Babin 1981-84 1973-76 1978-81 2006-08 1973-76 2003-04 1953-57 1977-80 1967-70 1970-73

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

1973-76 1981-84 1978-81 2006-08 1961-64 2003-04 1958-59 1969-71 1973-76 1963-66

2007 1975 2004 1984 1974 1970 1983 1982 1954 1979

1970 1975 1984 1983 1969 1974 2004 1982 1981 2007

1974 2007 1975 1984 1979 2004 1983 1964 1981 1959

2003-04 2005-

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

595 437 429 346 299 288 260 259

Charlie Hebert Dan Brewer Trey Willie Johnny Wells Don Griffin Mark Varisco John Gregory Dickie Cothern

1982-84 1967-68 2003-05 1977-80 1975-76 1970-72 1985 1962-64

Pass completions 1. 710 Martin Hankins 2. 450 Brian Babin 3. 264 Charlie Hebert 4. 260 Trey Willie 5. 181 Dan Brewer 6. 164 Johnny Wells 7. 156 Seth Babin 8. 124 Don Griffin 9. 118 Mark Varisco 118 Robbie Mahfouz

2003-04 20051982-84 2003-05 1967-68 1977-80 2003-06 1975-76 1970-72 1981

Passing yards 1. 7777 Martin Hankins 2. 4803 Brian Babin 3. 3673 Charlie Hebert 4. 2950 Trey Willie 5. 2203 Dan Brewer 6. 2201 Johnny Wells 7. 2193 Don Griffin 8. 1707 Robbie Mahfouz 9. 1559 Ray Porta 10. 1346 Dickie Cothern

2003-04 20051982-84 2003-05 1967-68 1977-80 1975-76 1981 1953-54 1962-64

Passing TDs 1. 65 Martin Hankins 2. 37 Brian Babin 3. 25 Trey Willie 4. 24 Ray Porta 5. 21 Johnny Wells 6. 17 Don Griffin 17 Dickie Cothern 8. 16 Dan Brewer 9. 15 Charlie Hebert 10. 12 Robbie Mahfouz

2003-04 20052003-05 1953-54 1977-80 1975-76 1962-64 1967-68 1982-84 1981

Passes had intercepted 1. 49 Charlie Hebert 2. 33 Dan Brewer 3. 31 Martin Hankins 4. 24 Mark Varisco 5. 21 Gene Estapa 6. 20 Don Griffin 7. 17 Jeff Panks 8. 16 Bobby Cotten 16 Johnny Wells 10. 15 Joe Johnson

1982-84 1967-68 2003-04 1970-72 1972-73 1975-76 1967-70 1965-66 1977-80 1950-53

Pass completion pct (minimum 50 attempts) 1. 66.9 Bradd Schlosser 2006-07 2. 62.7 Martin Hankins 2003-04 3. 61.7 Brian Babin 20054. 60.9 Seth Babin 2003-06 5. 60.6 Trey Willie 2003-05 6. 56.2 Gene Simmons 1949 7. 55.9 Robbie Mahfouz 1981 8. 48.2 Lester Smith 1964-65 9. 47.4 Johnny Wells 1977-80 10. 47.4 Bobby Cotten 1965-66 Pass efficiency (minimum 50 attempts) 1. 138.4 Ray Porta 1953-54 2. 133.9 Martin Hankins 2003-04 3. 132.9 Trey Willie 2003-05 4. 131.3 Robbie Mahfouz 1981 5. 130.3 Brian Babin 20056. 121.1 Bradd Schlosser 2006-07 7. 114.9 Lester Smith 1964-65 8. 112.2 Gene Simmons 1949 9. 111.6 Johnny Wells 1977-80 10. 110.4 Seth Babin 2003-06 PASSING (SEASON) Pass attempts 1. 592 Martin Hankins 2. 540 Martin Hankins 3. 412 Brian Babin 4. 404 Trey Willie 5. 315 Brian Babin 6. 260 John Gregory 7. 241 Dan Brewer 8. 230 Gene Estapa 9. 225 Seth Babin 10. 211 Robbie Mahfouz

2003 2004 2008 2005 2007 1985 1967 1972 2006 1981

Pass completions 1. 357 Martin Hankins 2. 353 Martin Hankins 3. 257 Brian Babin 4. 241 Trey Willie 5. 191 Brian Babin 6. 138 Seth Babin 7. 118 Robbie Mahfouz 8. 108 Bradd Schlosser 9. 105 Gene Estapa 10. 103 Dan Brewer

2004 2003 2008 2005 2007 2006 1981 2006 1972 1967

Passing yards 1. 4240 Martin Hankins 2. 3537 Martin Hankins 3. 2806 Brian Babin 4. 2777 Trey Willie 5. 1996 Brian Babin 6. 1707 Robbie Mahfouz 7. 1350 Dan Brewer 8. 1316 John Gregory 9. 1292 Charlie Hebert 10. 1200 Charlie Hebert

2004 2003 2008 2005 2007 1981 1967 1985 1983 1984

Passing TDs 1. 35 Martin Hankins 2. 30 Martin Hankins 3. 25 Brian Babin 4. 22 Trey Willie 5. 15 Ray Porta 6. 12 Robbie Mahfouz 12 Brian Babin 8. 11 Johnny Wells 9. 10 John Gregory 10 Dan Brewer

2004 2003 2008 2005 1954 1981 2007 1980 1985 1967

Passes had intercepted 1. 23 Charlie Hebert (88-206-23) 2. 20 Gene Estapa (105-230-20) 3. 19 Martin Hankins (353-592-19) 4. 17 Dan Brewer (78-196-17)

1983 1972 2003 1968

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16 14 13 13 13 12

Dan Brewer (103-241-16) Charlie Hebert (84-183-14) Bobby Cotten (79-170-13) Mark Varisco (56-144-13) Lester Smith (51-104-13) Don Griffin (59-149-12)

1967 1984 1966 1971 1965 1975

Pass completion pct (minimum 50 attempts) 1. 66.7 Bradd Schlosser (108-162-3) 2006 2. 66.1 Martin Hankins (357-540-12) 2004 3. 62.4 Brian Babin (257-412-7) 2008 4. 61.3 Seth Babin (138-225-6) 2006 5. 60.6 Brian Babin (191-315-6) 2007 6. 59.7 Trey Willie (241-404-10) 2005 7. 59.6 Martin Hankins (353-592-19) 2003 8. 56.2 Gene Simmons (50-89-8) 1949 9. 55.9 Robbie Mahfouz (118-211-12) 1981 10. 55.6 Dickie Cothern (35-63-4) 1962 Pass efficiency (minimum 50 attempts) 1. 159.1 Ray Porta (50-102-4) 2. 149.0 Martin Hankins (357-540-12) 3. 148.6 Johnny Wells (51-95-4) 4. 141.8 Dickie Cothern (35-63-4) 5. 136.2 Brian Babin (257-412-7) 6. 131.3 Robbie Mahfouz (118-211-12) 7. 130.4 Trey Willie (241-404-10) 8. 122.6 Brian Babin (191-315-6) 9. 120.1 Martin Hankins (353-592-19) 10. 119.9 Bradd Schlosser (108-162-3) RECEIVING (CAREER) Pass reception yards 1. 2345 Felton Huggins (162-2345) 2. 1994 Duane Floyd (145-1994) 3. 1767 Josh Taylor (141-1767) 4. 1654 David Patterson (80-1654) 5. 1578 Hutch Gonzales (135-1578) 6. 1279 Jay Lucas (146-1279) 7. 1217 Bobby Hill (88-1217) 8. 1169 Orlando Gusman (61-1169) 9. 947 Merrick Lanaux (66-947) 10. 946 Leslie Jackson (54-946)

1954 2004 1980 1962 2008 1981 2005 2007 2003 2006

2003-05 1965-68 2003-05 1979-82 2003-05 2006-08 1971-74 1974-76 20051977-81

Pass 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

RECEIVING (SEASON) Pass reception yards 1. 1313 Felton Huggins (84-1313) 2. 740 Chris Wilson (51-740) 3. 689 David Patterson (35-689) 4. 664 Orlando Gusman (31-664) 5. 626 Duane Floyd (43-626) 6. 606 Josh Taylor (48-606) 7. 601 Hutch Gonzales (37-601) 601 Josh Taylor (61-601) 9. 560 Josh Taylor (32-560) 10. 557 Jay Lucas (58-557) Pass 1. 2. 3. 4.

Pass 1. 2. 3. 4. 6.

Pass receptions 1. 162 Felton Huggins (162-2345) 2. 146 Jay Lucas (146-1279) 3. 145 Duane Floyd (145-1994) 4. 141 Josh Taylor (141-1767) 5. 135 Hutch Gonzales (135-1578) 6. 88 Bobby Hill (88-1217) 7. 80 David Patterson (80-1654) 8. 79 Jeffrey Howard (79-902) 9. 77 Raymond Mahfouz (77-891) 77 Ray Perkins (77-559)

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2003-05 1979-82 1953-56 2003-04 1965-68 1974-76 2003-05 1965-68 20052003-05

Average yards/catch (minimum 20 receptions) 1. 21.30 Chris Hayes (27-575) 1975-77 2. 20.67 David Patterson (80-1654) 1979-82 3. 19.16 Orlando Gusman (61-1169) 1974-76 4. 17.52 Leslie Jackson (54-946) 1977-81 5. 16.30 Sonny Fletcher (23-375) 1968-69 6. 15.86 Hardy Anderson (29-460) 1982-84 7. 15.77 Chris Ceasar (30-473) 1982-85 8. 15.72 Ray Brown (39-613) 1983-84 9. 15.45 Kory Theodore (20-309) 200810. 14.95 James McCall (21-314) 1961-63

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Duane Floyd

reception TDs 22 Felton Huggins 17 David Patterson 15 Huey Husser 15 Jeffrey Howard 13 Duane Floyd 12 Orlando Gusman 11 Hutch Gonzales 10 Tommy Arbour 9 Merrick Lanaux 9 Josh Taylor

2004 2008 1981 1975 1967 2005 2005 2003 2004 2008

receptions 84 Felton Huggins (84-1313) 61 Josh Taylor (61-601) 58 Jay Lucas (58-557) 51 Chris Wilson (51-740) 51 Simmie Yarborough (51-490) 51 Jay Lucas (51-485) 50 Hutch Gonzales (50-500) 48 Josh Taylor (48-606) 48 Bobby Hill (48-525) 48 Hutch Gonzales (48-477)

2004 2003 2008 2008 2008 2007 2003 2005 1972 2004

reception TDs 13 Felton Huggins 9 Jeffrey Howard 8 Chris Wilson 7 Orlando Gusman 7 David Patterson 6 Hutch Gonzales 6 Simmie Yarborough 6 Jeffrey Howard 6 David Patterson 6 Andre Cryer

2004 2003 2008 1975 1981 2005 2008 2004 1980 2008

Average yards/catch (minimum 15 receptions) 1. 24.25 David Patterson (20-485) 1982 2. 21.42 Orlando Gusman (31-664) 1975 3. 19.70 Leslie Jackson (23-453) 1981 4. 19.69 David Patterson (35-689) 1981 5. 19.44 Chris Hayes (16-311) 1976 6. 18.13 Wyatt Harris (15-272) 1985 7. 18.05 Merrick Lanaux (19-343) 2005 8. 17.94 Ray Brown (16-287) 1983 9. 17.71 Bobby Hill (21-372) 1974 10. 17.56 Orlando Gusman (27-474) 1976 TOTAL OFFENSE (CAREER) Total offense yards 1. 7607 Martin Hankins (1228-7607) 2003-04 2. 4580 Brian Babin (865-4580) 20053. 3892 Charlie Hebert (890-3892) 1982-84

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

3406 3232 3222 2833 2776 2761 2728

Trey Willie (564-3406) Jerry Butler (706-3232) Horace Belton (682-3222) Johnny Wells (712-2833) Mack Boatner (591-2776) Don Griffin (522-2761) Jay Lucas (476-2728)

TDs 1. 2. 3.

responsible for 68 Martin Hankins 40 Brian Babin 34 Johnny Wells 34 Horace Belton 5. 33 Jay Lucas 6. 29 Jerry Butler 7. 27 Trey Willie 8. 26 Mack Boatner 26 Dan Brewer 10. 25 Don Griffin

2003-05 1981-84 1973-76 1977-80 1978-81 1975-76 2006-08

2003-04 20051977-80 1973-76 2006-08 1981-84 2003-05 1978-81 1967-68 1975-76

Total offense/game (minimum 7 games) 1. 330.7 Martin Hankins 2003-04 2. 190.8 Brian Babin 20053. 175.9 John Gregory 1985 4. 162.5 Robbie Mahfouz 1981 5. 137.0 Dan Brewer 1967-68 6. 125.5 Don Griffin 1975-76 7. 121.6 Charlie Hebert 1982-84 8. 117.4 Trey Willie 2003-05 9. 93.9 Bradd Schlosser 2006-07 10. 87.1 Horace Belton 1973-76 All purpose yards 1. 4967 Jerry Butler 2. 3989 Jay Lucas 3. 3591 Horace Belton 4. 3178 Mack Boatner 5. 3096 Steve Keller 6. 2603 Ray Perkins 7. 2582 Ted Glaser 8. 2539 Robert Hicks 9. 2345 Felton Huggins 10. 2202 David Patterson

1981-84 2006-08 1973-76 1978-81 1968-71 2003-04 1967-70 1977-80 2003-05 1979-82

All purpose yards/game (minimum 7 games) 1. 117.3 Jay Lucas 2006-08 2. 115.5 Jerry Butler 1981-84 3. 115.1 C.J. Alexander 1958-59 4. 113.2 Ray Perkins 2003-04 5. 97.1 Horace Belton 1973-76 6. 94.8 Don Marino 1953-54 7. 86.1 Ted Glaser 1967-70 8. 80.4 Ray Brown 1983-84 9. 78.2 Felton Huggins 2003-05 10. 75.7 Mack Boatner 1978-81 TOTAL OFFENSE (SEASON) Total offense yards 1. 4221 Martin Hankins (596-4221) 2. 3386 Martin Hankins (632-3386) 3. 3226 Trey Willie (537-3226) 4. 2722 Brian Babin (492-2722) 5. 1863 Brian Babin (370-1863) 6. 1788 Robbie Mahfouz (310-1788) 7. 1522 Dan Brewer (333-1522) 8. 1498 Don Griffin (261-1498) 9. 1407 John Gregory (346-1407) 10. 1380 Charlie Hebert (285-1380) TDs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

responsible for 38 Martin Hankins 30 Martin Hankins 28 Brian Babin 24 Trey Willie 16 Dan Brewer 15 Jay Lucas 15 Johnny Wells 15 Robbie Mahfouz

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1954 1974

Total offense/game (minimum 5 games) 1. 383.7 Martin Hankins 2. 322.6 Trey Willie 3. 282.2 Martin Hankins 4. 247.5 Brian Babin 5. 175.9 John Gregory 6. 174.3 Kevin Darouse 7. 169.4 Brian Babin 8. 169.1 Dan Brewer 9. 162.5 Robbie Mahfouz 10. 136.2 Don Griffin

2004 2005 2003 2008 1985 1985 2007 1967 1981 1976

All purpose yards 1. 1724 Jay Lucas 2. 1622 Ray Perkins 3. 1559 Jerry Butler 4. 1408 Jerry Butler 5. 1384 Jerry Butler 6. 1344 Jay Lucas 7. 1313 Felton Huggins 8. 1218 Horace Belton 9. 1126 Horace Belton 10. 1112 Ted Glaser

2007 2004 1984 1983 1982 2008 2004 1975 1974 1970

5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

22 20 17 16 15 15

Felton Huggins Ray Perkins David Patterson Ellis Johnson C.J. Alexander Jeffrey Howard

SCORING (SEASON) Total points scored 1. 90 Horace Belton (15 TD) 90 Jay Lucas (15 TD) 3. 83 Jim Hall (44 PAT, 13 FG) 4. 79 Jeff Turner (28 PAT, 17 FG) 5. 78 Ray Perkins (13 TD) 78 Felton Huggins (13 TD) 7. 75 Jeff Turner (39 PAT, 12 FG) 8. 74 Jerry Butler (12 TD, 1 PAT) 9. 72 Horace Belton (12 TD) 10. 66 Mack Boatner (11 TD)

1974 2007 2004 2007 2004 2004 2008 1984 1975 1979

Touchdowns scored 1. 15 Horace Belton 15 Jay Lucas 3. 13 Ray Perkins 13 Felton Huggins 5. 12 Jerry Butler 12 Horace Belton 7. 11 Mack Boatner 8. 10 Billy Ladner 9. 9 Jeffrey Howard 10. 8 Ellis Johnson

1974 2007 2004 2004 1984 1975 1979 1961 2003 1964

EXTRA POINTS (CAREER) PAT kicks made 1. 86 Jim Hall (86-102) 2. 80 Jeff Turner (80-86) 3. 52 Frank Londono (52-57) 4. 46 Mark Fritscher (46-48) 5. 41 Tommy Saia (41-47) 6. 37 Wilson Alvarez (37-38) 7. 36 Ken Bailey (36-45) 8. 35 Bruce Ladner (35-38) 35 John Short (35-42) 10. 32 Raul Fernandez (32-33)

C.J. Alexander All purpose yards/game (minimum 5 games) 1. 156.7 Jay Lucas 2007 2. 147.5 Ray Perkins 2004 3. 141.7 Jerry Butler 1984 4. 128.0 Jerry Butler 1983 5. 125.8 Jerry Butler 1982 6. 119.4 Felton Huggins 2004 7. 119.2 C.J. Alexander 1959 8. 114.2 Don Marino 1954 9. 112.6 Horace Belton 1974 10. 112.0 Jay Lucas 2008 SCORING (CAREER) Total points scored 1. 204 Horace Belton 2. 188 Jeff Turner 3. 182 Jay Lucas 4. 176 Jerry Butler 5. 170 Jim Hall 6. 156 Mack Boatner 7. 151 Frank Londono 8. 132 Felton Huggins 9. 120 Ray Perkins 10. 106 David Patterson

1973-76 2006-08 2006-08 1981-84 2003-06 1978-81 1977-79 2003-05 2003-04 1979-82

Touchdowns scored 1. 34 Horace Belton 2. 30 Jay Lucas 3. 29 Jerry Butler 4. 26 Mack Boatner

1973-76 2006-08 1981-84 1978-81

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2003-05 2003-04 1979-82 1961-64 1958-59 2003-04

PAT 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9.

kicks 102 86 57 48 48 47 45 42 38 38

attempted Jim Hall (86-102) Jeff Turner (80-86) Frank Londono (52-57) Mark Fritscher (46-48) Don Marino (30-48) Tommy Saia (41-47) Ken Bailey (36-45) John Short (35-42) Bruce Ladner (35-38) Wilson Alvarez (37-38)

2003-06 2006-08 1977-79 1980-82 1974-75 1979-80 1954-57 1983-84 1966-67 1974-76

2003-06 2006-08 1977-79 1980-82 1953-54 1974-75 1954-57 1966-67 1983-84 1979-80

EXTRA POINTS (SEASON) PAT kicks made 1. 44 Jim Hall (44-51) 2. 39 Jeff Turner (39-41) 3. 36 Wilson Alvarez (36-37) 4. 29 Raul Fernandez (29-30) 29 Jim Hall (29-33) 6. 28 Jeff Turner (28-29) 7. 27 Mark Fritscher (27-29) 8. 22 Bruce Ladner (22-23) 9. 21 Cliff Stringfield (21-23) 21 Tommy Saia (21-23)

2004 2008 1980 1976 2005 2007 1981 1983 1956 1975

PAT 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

2004 2008 1980 2005 1954 1976 1981

kicks 51 41 37 33 31 30 29

attempted Jim Hall (44-51) Jeff Turner (39-41) Wilson Alvarez (36-37) Jim Hall (29-33) Don Marino (16-31) Raul Fernandez (29-30) Mark Fritscher (27-29)

Jeff Turner (28-29) Donald Lambert (16-27) Tommy Saia (20-24)

2007 1951 1974

FIELD GOALS (CAREER) Field goals made 1. 36 Jeff Turner (36-47) 2. 33 Frank Londono (33-58) 3. 28 Jim Hall (28-45) 4. 17 Bruce Ladner (17-32) 5. 15 Mark Fritscher (15-24) 15 Roy Hurd (15-40) 7. 10 Jay Lang (10-17) 8. 9 Hess Crockett (9-13) 9 Tommy Saia (9-19) 10. 8 Raul Fernandez (8-17)

2006-08 1977-79 2003-06 1983-84 1980-82 1969-70 1972-74 2003 1974-75 1974-76

9. 10.

Field 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

29 27 24

goals 58 47 45 40 32 24 19 17 17 13

Field goal 1. 76.6 2. 69.2 3. 66.7 4. 62.5 5. 62.2 6. 58.8 7. 56.9 8. 53.1 9. 47.4 10. 47.1

attempted Frank Londono (33-58) Jeff Turner (36-47) Jim Hall (28-45) Roy Hurd (15-40) Bruce Ladner (17-32) Mark Fritscher (15-24) Tommy Saia (9-19) Jay Lang (10-17) Raul Fernandez (8-17) Hess Crockett (9-13)

pct (minimum 5 attempts) Jeff Turner (36-47) Hess Crockett (9-13) David Hamilton (4-6) Mark Fritscher (15-24) Jim Hall (28-45) Jay Lang (10-17) Frank Londono (33-58) Bruce Ladner (17-32) Tommy Saia (9-19) Raul Fernandez (8-17)

1977-79 2006-08 2003-06 1969-70 1983-84 1980-82 1974-75 1972-74 1974-76 2003

2006-08 2003 1985 1980-82 2003-06 1972-74 1977-79 1983-84 1974-75 1974-76

FIELD GOALS (SEASON) Field goals made 1. 17 Jeff Turner (17-20) 2. 13 Jim Hall (13-18) 3. 12 Jeff Turner (12-17) 12 Bruce Ladner (12-18) 12 Frank Londono (12-23) 6. 11 Frank Londono (11-20) 7. 10 Frank Londono (10-15) 10 Jim Hall (10-18) 9. 9 Hess Crockett (9-13) 10. 8 Mark Fritscher (8-12)

2007 2004 2008 1983 1977 1978 1979 2005 2003 1982

Field goals attempted 1. 23 Roy Hurd (8-23) 23 Frank Londono (12-23) 3. 20 Frank Londono (11-20) 20 Jeff Turner (17-20) 5. 18 Jim Hall (10-18) 18 Jim Hall (13-18) 18 Bruce Ladner (12-18) 8. 17 Jeff Turner (12-17) 17 Roy Hurd (7-17) 10. 15 Raul Fernandez (7-15)

1970 1977 1978 2007 2005 2004 1983 2008 1969 1976

Field goal 1. 85.0 2. 83.3 3. 72.2 4. 70.6 5. 70.0 6. 69.2 7. 66.7 66.7 66.7 66.7

2007 2003 2004 2008 2006 2003 1983 1979 1985 1982

pct (minimum 5 attempts) Jeff Turner (17-20) Jim Hall (5-6) Jim Hall (13-18) Jeff Turner (12-17) Jeff Turner (7-10) Hess Crockett (9-13) Bruce Ladner (12-18) Frank Londono (10-15) David Hamilton (4-6) Mark Fritscher (8-12)

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Season/Career Records PUNTING (CAREER) Punt yards 1. 9437 Wayne Sullivan (229-9437) 2. 9120 James Magruder (232-9120) 3. 7538 Jim Hall (187-7538) 4. 6963 Bret Wright (165-6963) 5. 5838 Scott Allen (156-5838) 6. 5456 Carl Schutz (142-5456) 7. 5013 Cody Samples (132-5013) 8. 3978 Elbert Harris (114-3978) 9. 3919 Nolan Gill (102-3919) 10. 3780 Joe Johnson (113-3780)

1965-68 1975-78 2003-06 1981-83 1977-80 1969-71 2007-08 1958-61 1972-74 1950-53

Punt attempts 1. 232 James Magruder (232-9120) 2. 229 Wayne Sullivan (229-9437) 3. 187 Jim Hall (187-7538) 4. 165 Bret Wright (165-6963) 5. 156 Scott Allen (156-5838) 6. 142 Carl Schutz (142-5456) 7. 132 Cody Samples (132-5013) 8. 114 Elbert Harris (114-3978) 9. 113 Joe Johnson (113-3780) 10. 102 Nolan Gill (102-3919)

1975-78 1965-68 2003-06 1981-83 1977-80 1969-71 2007-08 1958-61 1950-53 1972-74

Average yards/punt (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 43.33 Scott Senner (63-2730) 1984 2. 42.20 Bret Wright (165-6963) 1981-83 3. 41.21 Wayne Sullivan (229-9437) 1965-68 4. 41.20 Noel Wilkins (44-1813) 1949-50 5. 41.17 Denny Smith (76-3129) 1968-69 6. 40.85 Cliff Stringfield (26-1062) 1956 7. 40.31 Jim Hall (187-7538) 2003-06 8. 39.85 Billy Ray Parnell (41-1634) 1949 9. 39.31 James Magruder (232-9120) 1975-78 10. 38.42 Carl Schutz (142-5456) 1969-71 PUNTING (SEASON) Punt yards 1. 3583 Carl Schutz (92-3583) 2. 3121 Bret Wright (76-3121) 3. 2923 Bret Wright (66-2923) 4. 2866 David Hamilton (77-2866) 5. 2769 Denny Smith (66-2769) 6. 2732 Wayne Sullivan (64-2732) 7. 2730 Scott Senner (63-2730) 8. 2706 James Magruder (64-2706) 9. 2645 Cody Samples (68-2645) 10. 2576 Nolan Gill (68-2576) Punt 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

8. 10.

attempts 92 Carl Schutz (92-3583) 77 David Hamilton (77-2866) 76 Bret Wright (76-3121) 69 James Magruder (69-2548) 68 Scott Allen (68-2552) 68 Cody Samples (68-2645) 68 Nolan Gill (68-2576) 66 Bret Wright (66-2923) 66 Denny Smith (66-2769) 64 Cody Samples (64-2368)

1971 1982 1983 1985 1969 1965 1984 1977 2008 1972

1971 1985 1982 1976 1979 2008 1972 1983 1969 2007

Average yards/punt (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 49.57 Noel Wilkins (14-694) 1950 2. 44.29 Bret Wright (66-2923) 1983 3. 43.33 Scott Senner (63-2730) 1984 4. 42.69 Wayne Sullivan (64-2732) 1965 5. 42.28 James Magruder (64-2706) 1977 6. 41.95 Denny Smith (66-2769) 1969 7. 41.86 Jim Hall (43-1800) 2005 8. 41.86 Jim Hall (50-2093) 2003 9. 41.67 Wayne Sullivan (57-2375) 1968 10. 41.50 Hubert Polk (10-415) 1952 PUNT RETURNS (CAREER) Punt return yards 1. 1380 Steve Keller (126-1380) 1968-71 2. 756 Hubert Polk (61-756) 1950-53

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Average yards/punt return (min. 10 att.) 1. 20.96 Arlen Blackwell (25-524) 2. 15.40 Larry Troxler (10-154) 3. 14.39 Hubert Polk (23-331) 4. 13.58 Eric Jackson (12-163) 5. 13.11 Hubert Polk (28-367) 6. 12.83 Steve Keller (23-295) 7. 12.59 Steve Keller (46-579) 8. 12.22 Steve Keller (23-281) 9. 11.38 Jamaal Jackson (16-182) 10. 10.89 Ray Brown (19-207)

Ted Glaser 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

586 479 414 307 280 279 264 236

Arlen Blackwell (30-586) 1949,54-55 Anthony Vereen (72-479) 1976-80 David Patterson (40-414) 1979-82 Ray Brown (34-307) 1983-84 Johnny O'Neal (27-280) 1965-66 Don Marino (17-279) 1953-54 Ridley Boudreaux (10-264) 1950-51 Richard Foley (32-236) 1980-81

Punt returns 1. 126 Steve Keller (126-1380) 1968-71 2. 72 Anthony Vereen (72-479) 1976-80 3. 61 Hubert Polk (61-756) 1950-53 4. 40 David Patterson (40-414) 1979-82 5. 37 Bobby Hill (37-146) 1971-74 6. 34 Choni Francis (34-173) 2003-04 34 Ray Brown (34-307) 1983-84 8. 32 Richard Foley (32-236) 1980-81 9. 30 Arlen Blackwell (30-586) 1949,54-55 10. 28 Anthony Sanders (28-70) 1984-85 Average yards/punt return (min. 10 att.) 1. 26.40 Ridley Boudreaux (10-264) 1950-51 2. 19.53 Arlen Blackwell (30-586) 1949,54-55 3. 16.41 Don Marino (17-279) 1953-54 4. 15.54 Larry Troxler (13-202) 1953-54 5. 14.60 Willie Rhodes (10-146) 1957-60 6. 12.39 Hubert Polk (61-756) 1950-53 7. 11.38 Jamaal Jackson (16-182) 2004-05 8. 10.95 Steve Keller (126-1380) 1968-71 9. 10.73 Andre Cryer (15-161) 2007-08 10. 10.53 Jerry Hollifield (17-179) 1963-64 PUNT RETURNS (SEASON) Punt return yards 1. 579 Steve Keller (46-579) 2. 524 Arlen Blackwell (25-524) 3. 367 Hubert Polk (28-367) 4. 331 Hubert Polk (23-331) 5. 295 Steve Keller (23-295) 6. 281 Steve Keller (23-281) 7. 242 Anthony Vereen (36-242) 8. 236 Terry Hodges (25-236) 9. 225 Steve Keller (34-225) 10. 207 Ray Brown (19-207) Punt 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

8. 9.

returns 46 Steve Keller (46-579) 36 Anthony Vereen (36-242) 34 Steve Keller (34-225) 28 Hubert Polk (28-367) 25 Terry Hodges (25-236) 25 Bobby Hill (25-75) 25 Arlen Blackwell (25-524) 24 Pat Mason (24-202) 23 Steve Keller (23-295) 23 Hubert Polk (23-331)

1969 1949 1950 1951 1968 1970 1978 1967 1971 1983

1969 1978 1971 1950 1967 1973 1949 1974 1968 1951

KICK RETURNS (CAREER) Kick return yards 1. 1494 Keylam Davis (68-1494) 2. 1489 Steve Keller (69-1489) 3. 1266 Jerry Butler (57-1266) 4. 934 Bret Brian (45-934) 5. 776 Andre Cryer (36-776) 6. 769 Ray Brown (33-769) 7. 763 Byron Ross (43-763) 8. 736 Robert Hicks (30-736) 9. 678 Anthony Vereen (29-678) 10. 640 Ted Glaser (33-640) Kick 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 10.

returns 69 Steve Keller (69-1489) 68 Keylam Davis (68-1494) 57 Jerry Butler (57-1266) 45 Bret Brian (45-934) 43 Byron Ross (43-763) 36 Andre Cryer (36-776) 36 Bobby Hill (36-530) 33 Ray Brown (33-769) 33 Ted Glaser (33-640) 30 Robert Hicks (30-736)

Kick return TDs 1. 2 Keylam Davis 2. 1 Scott Goldberg 1 Billy Ladner 1 Robert Hicks 1 C.J. Alexander 1 Ray Perkins

1949 1954 1951 2007 1950 1968 1969 1970 2005 1983

2003-07 1968-71 1981-84 1981-82 20071983-84 2003-07 1977-80 1976-80 1967-70

1968-71 2003-07 1981-84 1981-82 2003-07 20071971-74 1983-84 1967-70 1977-80

2003-07 2003 1959-61 1977-80 1958-59 2003-04

Average yards/kick return (min. 10 att.) 1. 32.90 Scott Goldberg (10-329) 2003 2. 29.60 Billy Ladner (10-296) 1959-61 3. 25.42 Marquis Powell (24-610) 2007-08 4. 25.36 Jerry Joe Dunaway (11-279) 1961-64 5. 24.53 Robert Hicks (30-736) 1977-80 6. 24.18 Fred Runte (11-266) 1962 7. 23.42 Donald Dykes (12-281) 1975-78 8. 23.38 Anthony Vereen (29-678) 1976-80 9. 23.30 Ray Brown (33-769) 1983-84 10. 22.93 Ridley Boudreaux (14-321) 1950-51 KICK RETURNS (SEASON) Kick return yards 1. 610 Marquis Powell (24-610) 2. 567 Bret Brian (26-567) 3. 554 Keylam Davis (20-554) 4. 526 Steve Keller (23-526) 5. 455 Darnel Charrier (22-455) 6. 426 Ray Brown (16-426) 7. 400 Keylam Davis (18-400) 8. 397 Andre Cryer (18-397) 9. 379 Andre Cryer (18-379) 10. 371 Herbie Williams (17-371)

2008 1981 2003 1970 1975 1983 2007 2007 2008 1975

Kick 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

1981 2008 1970 1975 2003 1967

returns 26 Bret Brian (26-567) 24 Marquis Powell (24-610) 23 Steve Keller (23-526) 22 Darnel Charrier (22-455) 20 Keylam Davis (20-554) 19 Ted Glaser (19-359)

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Bret Brian (19-367) Andre Cryer (18-379) Andre Cryer (18-397) Steve Keller (18-361)

1982 2008 2007 1968

Kick return TDs 1. 2 Keylam Davis 2. 1 Ray Perkins 1 Scott Goldberg 1 Billy Ladner 1 C.J. Alexander 1 Robert Hicks

2003 2004 2003 1961 1958 1979

Average yards/kick return (min. 10 att.) 1. 32.90 Scott Goldberg (10-329) 2. 27.70 Keylam Davis (20-554) 3. 26.62 Ray Brown (16-426) 4. 26.08 Robert Hicks (12-313) 5. 25.92 C.J. Alexander (12-311) 6. 25.42 Marquis Powell (24-610) 7. 24.36 Robert Hicks (14-341) 8. 24.18 Fred Runte (11-266) 9. 23.42 Donald Dykes (12-281) 10. 22.91 Pete Morere (11-252) INTERCEPTIONS (CAREER) Interception return yards 1. 270 Billy Ladner (9-270) 2. 198 Kurt Griffon (11-198) 3. 168 Kervin Fontenette (4-168) 4. 161 Billy Andrews (7-161) 5. 145 Jerry Joe Dunaway (9-145) 6. 135 Duriel Adams (11-135) 7. 126 Courtney Favorite (2-126) 8. 110 Charlie Martin (2-110) 9. 103 Dick Covington (14-103) 10. 101 Mike Klein (4-101) Interceptions 1. 14 Dick Covington (14-103) 2. 13 Tim Whaley (13-22) 3. 12 Anthony Vereen (12-96) 4. 11 Kurt Griffon (11-198) 11 Duriel Adams (11-135) 11 David Lesage (11-59) 7. 10 Kerry Duplessis (10-53) 8. 9 Billy Ladner (9-270) 9 Jerry Joe Dunaway (9-145) 9 John Klumpp (9-98) Interception return TDs 1. 2 Marquis Powell 2. 1 Gary Glaser 1 Willie Shepherd 1 Charlie Martin 1 Courtney Favorite 1 Kurt Griffon 1 Leslie Hymel 1 David Venable 1 Kenneth Dyer 1 Billy Ladner

1959-61 1981-84 1983-85 1963-66 1961-64 2003-06 2003-04 1952 1967-70 1970-73

1967-70 1982-85 1976-80 1981-84 2003-06 1965-68 1970-72 1959-61 1961-64 1974-76

2007-08 1975 1982-85 1952 2003-04 1981-84 1967,69-70 1965-67 1960-61,63-64 1959-61

INTERCEPTIONS (SEASON) Interception return yards 1. 216 Billy Ladner (5-216) 2. 168 Kervin Fontenette (3-168) 3. 126 Courtney Favorite (2-126) 4. 110 Duriel Adams (5-110) 110 Charlie Martin (2-110) 6. 101 Mike Klein (3-101) 7. 93 Jerry Joe Dunaway (3-93) 8. 89 Marquis Powell (2-89) 9. 84 Billy Andrews (2-84) 10. 80 Steve Keller (5-80)

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2003 2003 1983 1977 1958 2008 1979 1962 1978 1955

1961 1985 2003 2005 1952 1972 1964 2008 1964 1969

Interceptions 1. 8 Kerry Duplessis (8-53) 8 Tim Whaley (8-14) 3. 6 Lou Campos (6-67) 6 Monty Crook (6-59) 6 Johnny Daigle (6-42) 6 Bobby Morse (6-41) 7. 5 Billy Ladner (5-216) 5 Duriel Adams (5-110) 5 Steve Keller (5-80) 5 Anthony Vereen (5-66)

1971 1985 1951 1962 1969 1977 1961 2005 1969 1978

Interception return TDs 1. 2 Marquis Powell 2. 1 Mike Scioneaux 1 Donald Dykes 1 Richard Bryant 1 John Hughes 1 David Venable 1 Gary Glaser 1 Nish Weddigton 1 Chris DiCarlo 1 Charlie Martin

2008 1972 1976 1979 1973 1966 1975 1974 2007 1952

FUMBLE RETURNS (CAREER) Fumble return yards 1. 102 Quinten Pierre (3-102) 20082. 95 Cliff Stringfield (1-95) 1956 3. 48 Tommy Connors (3-48) 20064. 44 Jarred Jenkins (1-44) 2003-04 5. 40 Rudy Johnson (1-40) 2003-05 6. 36 Michael Johnson (2-36) 2006-07 7. 27 George Leverette (1-27) 2006-07 8. 22 Josh Golding (2-22) 2003 9. 18 Kenneth Dunagin (1-18) 1958-59 10. 10 Damien Huren (1-10) 2004-05 Fumble returns 1. 3 Quinten Pierre (3-102) 3 Tommy Connors (3-48) 3. 2 Michael Johnson (2-36) 2 Josh Golding (2-22) 5. 1 Cliff Stringfield (1-95) 1 Jarred Jenkins (1-44) 1 Rudy Johnson (1-40) 1 George Leverette (1-27) 1 Kenneth Dunagin (1-18) 1 Damien Huren (1-10)

200820062006-07 2003 1956 2003-04 2003,05 2006-07 1958-59 2004-05

FUMBLE RETURNS (SEASON) Fumble return yards 1. 102 Quinten Pierre (3-102) 2008 2. 95 Cliff Stringfield (1-95) 1956 3. 44 Jarred Jenkins (1-44) 2003 4. 40 Rudy Johnson (1-40) 2005 5. 27 Tommy Connors (1-27) 2006 27 George Leverette (1-27) 2006 7. 22 Josh Golding (2-22) 2003 8. 21 Michael Johnson (1-21) 2007 9. 18 Kenneth Dunagin (1-18) 1959 10. 15 Michael Johnson (1-15) 2006 Fumble returns 1. 3 Quinten Pierre (3-102) 2. 2 Josh Golding (2-22) 3. 1 Cliff Stringfield (1-95) 1 Jarred Jenkins (1-44) 1 Rudy Johnson (1-40) 1 Tommy Connors (1-27) 1 George Leverette (1-27) 1 Michael Johnson (1-21) 1 Kenneth Dunagin (1-18) 1 Michael Johnson (1-15)

2008 2003 1956 2003 2005 2006 2006 2007 1959 2006

DEFENSE (CAREER) Total tackles 1. 368 Wayne Faul (214-154) 2. 308 Willie Shepherd (229-79)

1974-77 1982-85

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

285 266 251 247 231 213 201 196

Tackles for 1. 39.0 2. 35.5 3. 32.5 4. 28.0 28.0 6. 27.0 27.0 8. 26.5 9. 22.0 22.0

Mike Hornsby (162-123) 1973-75 Ormando Whitlock (166-100) 1978-81 Tommy Connors (183-68) 2006Herman Colly (143-104) 1977-80 Alan Klein (155-76) 1972-74 Mark Millet (141-72) 1980-82 Freddie Bedford (127-74) 1973-76 Marvin Jones (127-69) 2003-04 loss Willie Shepherd Derrick Mincey Damien Huren Herman Colly Wayne LeBlanc Albert Chapman Sterling Joseph Jay Skidmore Matt Hovsepian Marc Stubbs

1982-85 2003-05 2004-05 1977-80 1975-78 1978-81 1980-83 2003-06 1975-79 1976-80

Quarterback sacks 1. 17.0 Damien Huren 2. 16.0 Derrick Mincey 3. 12.0 Willie Shepherd 4. 11.0 Jay Skidmore 5. 9.0 Rudy Johnson 6. 7.0 Steven Honore 7.0 Dwaine Morris 8. 6.0 Josh Golding 6.0 Kirk Knecht 6.0 Cole Passman

2004-05 2003-05 1982-85 2003-06 2003,05 2007-08 1983-84 2003 1982-85 1984

DEFENSE (SEASON) Total tackles 1. 143 Leonard Parker (88-55) 2. 141 Wayne Faul (68-73) 3. 140 Kenny Pittman (91-49) 4. 135 Ronnie Hornsby (93-42) 5. 132 Alan Klein (80-52) 6. 124 Johnny Boudreaux (65-59) 7. 113 Marc Stubbs (62-51) 8. 111 Mike Hornsby (65-46) 9. 108 Kennie Plain (61-47) 108 Tommy Connors (79-29)

1985 1976 1985 1970 1974 1984 1980 1975 1983 2008

Tackles for 1. 19.0 2. 18.0 3. 17.0 4. 16.0 5. 15.0 15.0 7. 14.5 14.5 9. 13.0 10. 12.0

1984 2004 1978 2003 1982 1978 2004 2005 1977 1985

loss Willie Shepherd Damien Huren Matt Hovsepian Derrick Mincey Sterling Joseph Wayne LeBlanc Jay Skidmore Damien Huren Wayne LeBlanc Kirk Knecht

Quarterback sacks 1. 12.0 Damien Huren 2. 7.0 Willie Shepherd 7.0 Derrick Mincey 7.0 Dwaine Morris 5. 6.0 Steven Honore 6.0 Josh Golding 6.0 Cole Passman 6.0 Brett Beard 6.0 Jas. Thibodeaux 10. 5.0 Willie Shepherd

2004 1984 2004 1984 2008 2003 1984 2003 1984 1985

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Team Records/Long Plays SINGLE GAME Widest Margin of Victory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .75 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Southeastern 75, Jones County JC 0, 1932) Most Points Scored . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79 vs. Kentucky Wesleyan (2007) Widest Margin of Defeat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62 (twice) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Kansas 62, Southeastern 0, 2007) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Texas Tech 62, Southeastern 0, 2006) Highest Combined Score . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .114 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Northwestern State 87, Southeastern 27, 2003) Most Net Yards Rushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .537, vs. Delta State (1974) Most Passes Attempted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72, vs. Jacksonville (11/6/04) Most Passes Competed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59, vs. Jacksonville (11/6/04) Most Net Yards Passing . . . . . . . . . . .588, vs. Arkansas-Monticello (9/2/04) Most Touchdown Passes . . . . . . . . .7, vs. Webber International (10/18/03) Most Passes had Intercepted . . . . . . . . . .7, vs. Northwestern State (1983) Lowest Rushing Yards Allowed . . . . . . . . . .-19, vs. Alabama State (1961) Lowest Passing Yards Allowed . . . .-3, vs. Southwestern Louisiana (1954) Most Passes Intercepted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7, vs. Murray State (1979) Most Yards Total Offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .695, at Jacksonville (11/6/04) Most First Downs Rushing . . . . . . .24, vs. Southwestern Louisiana (1961) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24, vs. Florence State (1961) Most First Downs Passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25, vs. Mercyhurst (10/16/04) Most First Downs by Penalty . . . . . . . .7, at Northwestern State (11/11/03) Most Total First Downs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38, vs. Mercyhurst (10/16/04) Most Kick Return Yards . . . . . . . . . .282, at Northwestern State (10/11/03) Most Quarterback Sacks . . . . . . . . . . .12, vs. Northern Colorado (10/9/04) SINGLE SEASON Most Points Scored . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .425 (2004, 11 games) Most Points Yielded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .382 (2003, 12 games) Most Touchdowns Scored . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56 (2004) Fewest Points Scored . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 (1930, 5 games) Fewest Points Yielded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40 (1946, 9 games); . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19* (1936, 9 games) Total Offense Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5,908 (2004) Most Yards Rushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,985 (1954) Most Touchdowns Rushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 (1960, 1974) Most Passes Attempted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .621 (2003)

Long Plays KICKOFF RETURNS 100, Robert Hicks vs. Ball State 98, Keylam Davis vs. Webber International 98, Scott Goldberg vs. Jacksonville 97, Keylam Davis at Northwestern State 95, Billy Ladner vs. Louisiana Tech 94, Ray Perkins vs. Mississippi Valley 94, C.J. Alexander vs. East Texas State 77, Jerry Joe Dunaway vs. Louisiana Tech 73, Anthony Vereen vs. Delta State 65, Marquis Powll vs. McNeese State

Sept. 29, Oct. 18, Nov. 8, Oct. 11, Nov. 4, Oct. 2, Sept. 26, Nov. 9, Nov. 4, Nov. 1,

1979 2003 2003 2003 1961 2004 1959 1963 1978 2008

PUNT RETURNS 95, Bobby Dugas vs. Florence State 86, David Patterson vs. Illinois State 68, Steve Keller vs. Northwestern State 67, Andre Cryer vs. Kentucky Wesleyan 66, Johnny O’Neal vs. Louisiana College 65, Don Marino vs. Louisiana College 64, Anthony Vereen vs. Livingston 60, Don Marino vs. Stetson 59, Steve Keller vs. Troy State 58, Russell Gautreaux vs. Louisiana College

Oct. 18, Sept. 27, Nov. 23, Sept. 15, Oct. 15, Oct. 2, Oct. 15, Oct. 30, Oct. 3, Sept. 29,

1958 1980 1968 2007 1966 1954 1977 1954 1970 1956

INTERCEPTION RETURNS 100, Kervin Fontenette vs. Nicholls State 98, Billy Ladner vs. Florence State 98, Charlie Martin vs. Northeast Louisiana 93, Courtney Favorite vs. Prarie View A&M 76, Billy Andrews vs. Northeast Louisiana 76, Willie Shepherd vs. Western Kentucky 69, Mike Klein vs. McNeese State 64, Duriel Adams at Mississippi Valley 64, John Hughes vs. Northeast Louisiana 56, Ellis Johnson vs. Northeast Louisiana

Nov. 23, Oct. 14, Sept. 22, Nov. 15, Oct. 24, Sept. 29, Nov. 11, Nov. 19, Oct. 20, Oct. 24,

1985 1961 1951 2003 1964 1984 1972 2005 1973 1964

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Passes Completed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .383 (2004) Yards Passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4,488 (2004) Touchdowns Passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 (2004) Passes had Intercepted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 (1983) Total Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5,908 (2004) Passes Intercepted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 (1951, 1969) First Downs Rushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .136 (1961) First Downs Passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .194 (2004) First Downs by Penalty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41 (2003) Total First Downs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .300 (2004) Kick Return Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,341 (2008) Kick Returns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61 (2008) Tackles For Loss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111 (1978) Quarterback Sacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36 (1984, 2004) Yards Penalized . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .926 (2003) Consecutive Wins . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 (Sept. 18, 1954 - Oct. 8, 1955) Consecutive Losses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 (Nov. 1970 - Sept. 1972)

* - includes games against freshman and junior college teams)

FUMBLE RETURNS 95, Cliff Stringfield vs. Southern Mississippi 65, Quinten Pierre at Nicholls State 44, Jarred Jenkins vs. Prairie View A&M 40, Rudy Johnson vs. Alcorn State

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1956 2008 2003 2005

PUNTS 69, Scott Allen vs. Ball State 68, Scott Allen vs. Troy State 66, Jerry Hollifield vs. Northeast Louisiana 66, Denny Smith vs. Louisiana Tech 66, Bret Wright vs. Troy State 66, Bret Wright vs. Texas Southern 65, James Magruder vs. Livingston 65, Jim Hall at Texas State 64, David Hamilton at UCF

Sept. 29, Oct. 6, Oct. 24, Nov. 8, Oct. 10, Oct. 15, Oct. 14, Sept. 27, Sept. 13,

1979 1979 1964 1969 1981 1983 1978 2003 1985

FIELD GOALS 50, Roy Hurd vs. Southwestern Louisiana 49, Frank Londono vs. Nicholls State 48, Frank Londono vs. Delta State 47, Jeff Turner at Texas State 47, Hess Crockett vs. Arkansas-Monticello 47, Tommy Saia vs. Livingston 47, Wilson Alvarez vs. Delta State 46, Jeff Turner vs. Northwestern State 46, Jeff Turner at Mississippi State 46, Tommy Saia vs. Tennessee-Martin 46, Bruce Ladner vs. Western Kentucky

Oct. 4, Nov. 10, Nov. 4, Nov. 3, Aug. 30, Sept. 28, Nov. 8, Oct. 18, Sept. 6, Sept. 21, Oct. 1,

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Mack Boatner RUSHING Year Player 1949 Milton Lavigne 1950 Ridley Boudreaux 1951 Ed Welch 1952 Ed Welch 1953 Tommy Bell 1954 Don Marino 1955 Pete Morere 1956 Russell Gautreaux 1957 Frank Bourgeois 1958 C.J. Alexander 1959 C.J. Alexander 1960 Wilbur Derrick 1961 Wilbur Derrick 1962 Ellis Johnson 1963 Charles Hayes 1964 Ellis Johnson 1965 Harry Nunez 1966 Charles Whitney 1967 Mac Faul 1968 Ted Glaser 1969 Darrell Beard 1970 Ted Glaser 1971 Don Short 1972 Gino Marino 1973 Gino Marino 1974 Horace Belton 1975 Horace Belton 1976 Rogers Wilson 1977 Herbie Williams 1978 Tommy Calandro 1979 Mack Boatner 1980 Mack Boatner 1981 Mack Boatner 1982 Jerry Butler 1983 Jerry Butler 1984 Jerry Butler 1985 Jeff Sinegal 2003 Ray Perkins 2004 Ray Perkins 2005 Trey Willie 2006 Jay Lucas 2007 Jay Lucas 2008 Jay Lucas

Yards 506 407 504 669 569 861 319 359 478 576 748 465 581 323 354 531 426 454 448 643 769 1038 386 428 521 1061 1168 746 594 506 806 767 720 902 980 1092 481 701 1148 449 684 1239 787

Att 127 119 107 126 118 90 69 62 89 108 105 109 116 57 53 80 129 99 106 162 215 259 101 122 124 206 245 166 151 140 171 126 175 176 228 235 119 155 179 133 134 173 164

PASSING Year Player 1949 Gene Simmons 1950 Gary Holcomb 1951 Gary Holcomb 1952 Joe Johnson 1953 Ray Porta 1954 Ray Porta 1955 Win Crawford 1956 Cliff Stringfield 1957 Bill Hawkins

Yards 784 298 227 203 716 843 171 426 222

Att 89 59 76 50 107 102 20 58 55

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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 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Larry Topham Elbert Harris Elbert Harris Elbert Harris Dickie Cothern Dickie Cothern Dickie Cothern Lester Smith Bobby Cotten Dan Brewer Dan Brewer Clell Rosetti Mark Varisco Mark Varisco Gene Estapa Jay Lang Jay Daniel Don Griffin Don Griffin Dean Waguespack Johnny Wells Johnny Wells Johnny Wells Robbie Mahfouz Charlie Hebert Charlie Hebert Charlie Hebert John Gregory Martin Hankins Martin Hankins Trey Willie Seth Babin Brian Babin Brian Babin

414 399 338 406 467 515 364 911 1023 1350 853 591 483 569 1137 719 372 1034 1159 756 877 588 736 1707 1181 1292 1200 1316 3537 4240 2777 1117 1996 2806

68 55 62 49 63 105 91 104 170 241 196 111 112 144 230 121 85 149 150 117 130 121 95 211 206 206 183 260 592 540 404 225 315 412

Martin Hankins

TOTAL OFFENSE Year Player Total Rush Pass 1949 Gene Simmons 774 -10 784 1950 Ridley Boudreaux 441 407 34 1951 Ed Welch 504 504 0 1952 Ed Welch 669 669 0 1953 Ray Porta 716 0 716 1954 Don Marino 861 861 0 1955 Pete Morere 319 319 0 1956 Cliff Stringfield 542 116 426 1957 Frank Bourgeois 478 478 0 1958 C.J. Alexander 576 576 0 1959 C.J. Alexander 748 748 0 1960 Elbert Harris 475 137 338 1961 Elbert Harris 592 186 406 1962 Dickie Cothern 531 64 467 1963 Dickie Cothern 590 75 515 1964 Ellis Johnson 531 531 0 1965 Lester Smith 835 -76 911 1966 Bobby Cotten 1071 48 1023 1967 Dan Brewer 1522 172 1350

1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Dan Brewer Clell Rosetti Ted Glaser Mark Varisco Gene Estapa Jay Lang Horace Belton Don Griffin Don Griffin Dean Waguespack Johnny Wells Mack Boatner Johnny Wells Robbie Mahfouz Charlie Hebert Charlie Hebert Charlie Hebert John Gregory Martin Hankins Martin Hankins Trey Willie Seth Babin Brian Babin Brian Babin

1081 999 1057 522 1239 822 1061 1263 1498 1212 1112 806 938 1788 1297 1380 1215 1407 3386 4221 3226 1145 1863 2722

SCORING Year Player Points 1949 Milton Lavigne 48 1950 Lou Campos 24 1951 Ray Billings 30 Ridley Boudreaux 30 1952 Ed Welch 30 1953 Don Marino 26 1954 Huey Husser 31 1955 Bob Mahfouz 18 Huey Husser 18 Mickey Catalanotto 18 1956 Pete Morere 36 1957 Wayne Dugas 24 1958 C.J. Alexander 50 1959 C.J. Alexander 50 1960 Elbert Harris 30 1961 Billy Ladner 66 1962 Brent Roussell 26 1963 Ellis Johnson 32 1964 Ellis Johnson 48 1965 Duane Floyd 32 1966 Charles Whitney 40 1967 Dan Brewer 36 1968 Tommy Arbour 26 1969 Clell Rosetti 38 1970 Ted Glaser 42 1971 Darrell Beard 24 1972 Jay Lang 25 1973 Jay Lang 33 1974 Horace Belton 90 1975 Horace Belton 72 1976 Raul Fernandez 50

228 408 1038 -47 102 103 1061 229 339 456 235 806 202 81 116 88 15 91 -151 -19 449 28 -133 -84

TD 8 4 5 5 5 2 5 3 3 3 6 4 8 7 5 10 2 5 8 5 6 6 4 6 7 4 0 2 15 12 0

853 591 19 569 1137 719 0 1034 1159 756 877 0 736 1707 1181 1292 1200 1316 3537 4240 2777 1117 1996 2806

XP FG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 8 0 0 0 6 0 14 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 10 5 6 5 0 0 0 0 29 7

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Frank Londono Frank Londono Mack Boatner Wilson Alvarez Mack Boatner Mark Fritscher Jerry Butler Bruce Ladner Jerry Butler David Hamilton Jeffrey Howard Jim Hall Jim Hall Jay Lucas Jay Lucas Jeff Turner

53 54 66 51 48 48 42 58 74 25 54 83 59 44 90 75

0 0 11 0 8 0 7 0 12 0 9 0 0 7 15 0

David Patterson RECEIVING Year Player Rec Yards 1949 Noel Wilkins 26 437 1950 Noel Wilkins 15 121 1951 Vaughn Thomas 10 97 1952 J.C. Stewart 11 103 1953 Huey Husser 21 262 1954 Huey Husser 15 247 1955 Huey Husser 11 149 1956 Huey Husser 13 213 1957 Frank Bourgeois 7 71 1958 Oscar Lofton 11 292 1959 Charles Berg 6 123 1960 Monty Crook 6 93 1961 Monty Crook 8 131 1962 James McCall 8 127 1963 James McCall 10 120 1964 Maurice Ogier 8 139 1965 Duane Floyd 34 538 1966 Duane Floyd 39 500 1967 Duane Floyd 43 626 1968 Duane Floyd 29 330 1969 Raymond Mahfouz 22 201 1970 Raymond Mahfouz 27 327 1971 David Barrios 25 258 1972 Bobby Hill 48 525 1973 Bobby Hill 19 320 1974 Bobby Hill 21 372 1975 Orlando Gusman 31 664 1976 Orlando Gusman 27 474 1977 Bobby Raymond 14 246 1978 Andre Lennix 13 242 Leslie Jackson 13 193 1979 Jeff Coates 12 125 1980 David Patterson 14 283 Leslie Jackson 14 217 1981 David Patterson 35 689 1982 David Patterson 20 485 1983 Floyd Alleman 17 264 1984 Ray Brown 23 326

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12 11 0 5 0 7 0 12 0 4 0 13 10 0 0 12

1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Chris Ceasar Josh Taylor Felton Huggins Josh Taylor Crawford Kilpatrick Jay Lucas Jay Lucas

30 61 84 48 47 51 58

473 601 1313 606 391 485 557

PUNT RETURNS Year Player Yards 1949 Arlen Blackwell 524 1950 Hubert Polk 367 1951 Hubert Polk 331 1952 Hubert Polk 58 1953 Don Marino 138 1954 Larry Troxler 154 1955 Arlen Blackwell 43 1956 Billy Honeycutt 176 1957 Calvin Boudreaux 39 1958 Bobby Dugas 95 1959 Willie Rhodes 62 1960 Wilbur Derrick 102 1961 Joel Smith 98 1962 Brent Roussell 55 1963 Jerry Hollifield 108 1964 Jerry Hollifield 71 1965 Johnny O'Neal 100 1966 Johnny O'Neal 180 1967 Terry Hodges 236 1968 Steve Keller 295 1969 Steve Keller 579 1970 Steve Keller 281 1971 Steve Keller 225 1972 Bobby Hill 71 1973 Bobby Hill 75 1974 Pat Mason 202 1975 Mike Hornsby 40 1976 Anthony Vereen 66 1977 Anthony Vereen 137 1978 Anthony Vereen 242 1979 David Patterson 89 1980 Richard Foley 178 1981 David Patterson 80 1982 David Patterson 146 1983 Ray Brown 207 1984 Ray Brown 100 1985 Kervin Fontenette 69 2003 Choni Francis 82 2004 Choni Francis 91 2005 Jamaal Jackson 182 2006 Eric Jackson 29 2007 Eric Jackson 163 2008 Andre Cryer 96

No. 25 28 23 10 13 10 4 9 1 1 4 9 6 4 12 5 9 18 25 23 46 23 34 12 25 24 1 9 20 36 10 21 11 15 19 15 9 19 15 16 6 12 11

KICK RETURNS Year Player Yards 1949 Jerry Zimmerman 137 1950 Ridle Boudreaux 222

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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 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Ridle Boudreaux Elden Shuff Don Marino Larry Troxler Pete Morere Russe Gautreaux Frankie Bourgeois C.J. Alexander C.J. Alexander Kenneth Dyer Billy Ladner Fred Runte Jerr Hollifield Jimmy Vidrine Harry Nunez Johnny O'Neal Ted Glaser Steve Keller Steve Keller Steve Keller Steve Keller Bobby Hill Dale Halladay Alex Clark Darnel Charrier Dean Waguespack Robert Hicks Donald Dykes Robert Hicks Anthony Vereen Bret Brian Bret Brian Ray Brown Ray Brown Elliot Searcy Keylam Davis Choni Francis Jamaal Jackson Keylam Davis Keylam Davis Marquis Powell

99 181 107 109 252 67 185 311 260 122 211 266 173 192 120 266 359 361 337 526 265 283 160 277 455 278 313 281 341 173 567 367 426 343 227 554 191 112 324 400 610

5 8 6 5 11 4 8 12 14 6 6 11 8 9 6 13 19 18 15 23 13 18 8 15 22 15 12 12 14 6 26 19 16 17 15 20 10 12 17 18 24

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INTERCEPTIONS Year Player 1949 Arlen Blackwell 1950 Bill Yeager 1951 Lou Campos 1952 Rodney Ledet Tony Misita Walt Andrew Charlie Martin 1953 Not available 1954 Don Marino Louis Carlisle 1955 Pete Morere 1956 Cliff Stringfield 1957 Bill Hawkins

No 5 4 6 2 2 2 2

Yards 37 3 67 18 20 13 110

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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

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 ALL Year 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954

Bobby Dugas Calvin Boudreaux Jerry Schwab Billy Ladner Elbert Harris Wayne Kozan Billy Ladner Monty Crook Jerry Joe Dunaway Jerry Hollifield Billy Andrews David Venable Charles Whitney Dick Covington Terry Hodges David Lesage Johnny Daigle Leslie Hymel Kerry Duplessis Mike Scioneaux David Barrios Mike Klein John Hughes Nish Weddigton Nish Weddington Dale Halladay Bobby Morse Anthony Vereen Cleve Adams Anthony Vereen Ormando Whitlock John Farlow Tim Whaley Sterling Joseph Kurt Griffon Tim Whaley David Daniels Vernon Russell Jarred Jenkins Duriel Adams Duriel Adams Demerious Johnson Eric Jackson Tommy Connors

1 1 1 2 3 3 5 6 5 5 4 2 2 3 3 4 6 5 8 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 6 5 4 3 3 4 4 4 4 8 3 3 3 4 5 2 3 4

18 4 32 19 64 27 216 59 44 44 75 50 10 23 36 50 42 65 53 63 30 101 73 75 54 54 41 66 33 30 22 22 7 67 72 14 2 29 56 2 110 0 0 36

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 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

PURPOSE Player Total Rush Pass Jerry Zimmerman 678 338 198 Ridley Boudreaux 784 407 73 Ridley Boudreaux 607 275 46 Ed Welch 736 669 -3 Don Marino 678 433 0 Don Marino 1028 861 24

Jay Lucas 1955 1956 1957

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Pete Morere 618 Russell Gautreaux 542 Frankie Bourgeois 752

319 359 478

14 27 71

C.J. Alexander C.J. Alexander Wilbur Derrick Billy Ladner Fred Runte Charles Hayes Ellis Johnson Harry Nunez Charles Whitney Duane Floyd Ted Glaser Steve Keller Ted Glaser Don Short Bobby Hill Horace Belton Horace Belton Horace Belton Rogers Wilson Herbie Williams Tommy Calandro Robert Hicks Mack Boatner Mack Boatner Jerry Butler Jerry Butler Jerry Butler Jeff Sinegal Ray Perkins Ray Perkins Josh Taylor Jay Lucas Jay Lucas Jay Lucas

998 1073 614 1094 404 541 680 565 846 626 1001 996 1112 637 919 575 1126 1218 788 738 588 912 825 911 1384 1408 1559 652 981 1622 606 921 1724 1344

576 748 465 502 95 354 531 426 454 0 643 0 1038 386 40 360 1061 1168 746 594 506 571 767 720 902 980 1092 481 701 1148 0 684 1239 787

Yards 1634 1711 1567 1918 1311 591 1496 1062 1283 546 1425 1026 1410 1540 1762 1939 2732 2286 2044 2375

No. 41 46 46 59 38 16 41 26 37 15 42 30 39 42 47 51 64 58 50 57

64 29 0 87 10 68 53 19 116 626 57 0 74 29 525 86 65 20 42 144 82 0 58 191 133 158 160 123 199 360 606 237 485 557

1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Denny Smith Carl Schutz Carl Schutz Nolan Gill Kevin Webb Kevin Webb James Magruder James Magruder James Magruder James Magruder Scott Allen Scott Allen Bret Wright Bret Wright Bret Wright Scott Senner David Hamilton Jim Hall Jim Hall Jim Hall Jim Hall Cody Samples Cody Samples

TOTAL TACKLES Year Player 1970 Ronnie Hornsby 1971 Not available 1972 Not available 1973 Alan Klein 1974 Alan Klein 1975 Mike Hornsby 1976 Wayne Faul 1977 James Williams 1978 Ferman Gautier 1979 Laverne Lee 1980 Marc Stubbs 1981 Ormando Whitlock

2769 1739 3583 2576 1499 1888 2113 2548 2706 1753 2552 1951 919 3121 2923 2730 2866 2093 1485 1800 2160 2368 2645

66 46 92 68 38 52 56 69 64 43 68 55 23 76 66 63 77 50 39 43 55 64 68

Total 135

Solo 93

Ast 42

99 132 111 141 81 93 71 113 104

75 80 65 68 44 48 44 62 69

24 52 46 73 37 45 27 51 35

Jim Hall

PUNTING Year Player 1949 Billy Ray Parnell 1950 Ridley Boudreaux 1951 Joe Johnson 1952 Joe Johnson 1953 Ray Porta 1954 Ray Porta 1955 Huey Husser 1956 Cliff Stringfield 1957 Bill Hawkins 1958 Quentin Smith 1959 Elbert Harris 1960 Elbert Harris 1961 Elbert Harris 1962 Brent Roussell 1963 Brent Roussel 1964 Jerry Hollifield 1965 Wayne Sullivan 1966 Wayne Sullivan 1967 Wayne Sullivan 1968 Wayne Sullivan

Damien Huren 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Russell Schmidt Kennie Plain Johnny Boudreaux Leonard Parker Marvin Jones Marvin Jones Damien Huren Demoris Hardiman Mark Newbill Tommy Connors

88 108 124 143 101 95 66 70 83 108

63 61 65 88 61 66 45 28 57 79

25 47 59 55 40 29 21 42 26 29

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Year-By-Year Results 1930 - R. Norval Garrett (2-3) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site Amite High W 7-0 Bogalusa High School L 6-19 Southwest Miss. JC L 0-46 Independence High W 13-0 Jesuit High School L 0-27 1931 - A.L. “Red” Swanson (2-2-2) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 10.3 Southwestern Louisiana T 6-6 A Pearl River JC L 0-54 Jones County JC T 6-6 Southwest Miss. JC W 14-6 Ouachita JC W 6-0 Loyola Frosh L 0-20 1932 - A.L. "Red" Swanson (3-5) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site Southwest Miss. JC W 12-6 LSU Frosh L 0-6 9.30 Southwestern Louisiana L 0-6 A Pearl River JC L 0-14 Jones County JC W 75-0 Ouachita JC W 19-0 Loyola Frosh L 7-14 Miami (Fla.) L 0-7 1933 - A.L. "Red" Swanson (7-3) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site Southwest Miss. JC W 6-0 9.22 Southwestern Louisiana L 0-34 A LSU Frosh L 0-19 East Mississippi JC L 6-12 Clark College W 58-0 Jones County JC W 18-6 Bolivar Kemp Camp W 68-0 Loyola Frosh W 13-6 East Central Miss. JC W 26-12 Northwest Miss. JC W 57-20 1934 - A.L. "Red" Swanson (7-3) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site Southwest Miss. JC W 13-0 LSU Frosh W 11-0 State Tech-Hattiesburg W 39-9 Miami (Fla.) L 7-26 Northeast Center L 6-19 10.26 Southwestern Louisiana L 0-10 A East Mississippi JC W 39-0 Loyola Frosh W 39-0 East Central Miss. JC W 29-0 Pearl River JC W 8-6 1935 - A.L. "Red" Swanson (7-2) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.20 Northwestern State W 19-13 H LSU Frosh W 6-0 Miami (Fla.) L 0-2 10.4 Southwestern Louisiana W 12-6 A Southwest Miss. JC W 19-7 Rollins College W 19-0 Loyola Frosh W 14-0 Northeast Center L 6-16 Pearl River JC W 14-6 1936 - A.L. "Red" Swanson (7-0-1) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site LSU Frosh W 6-0 9.25 Northwestern State W 34-6 A Northeast Center W 22-0 Pearl River JC T 0-0

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1940 - Lloyd Stovall (3-6-1) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site St. Mary's (Tex.) L 6-27 9.20 Southwestern Louisiana L 0-7 A Alabama State-Livingston W 19-0 10.4 Northwestern State L 0-47 A Mississippi Southern L 6-13 Sam Houston State L 12-22 Pensacola Navy T 7-7 Murray State W 41-0 Louisiana Tech L 0-26 Northeast Center W 20-13 1941 - Jesse Fatheree (4-5) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.19 Southwestern Louisiana L 7-19 H St. Mary's (Tex.) L 0-28 Mississippi Southern L 6-43 Alabama State-Troy W 34-7 Louisiana Tech L 14-19 11.1 Northwestern State L 0-6 H Northeast Center W 7-6 Louisiana College W 14-10 Delta State W 32-14

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Year-By-Year Results 1942 - Arthur "Slick" Morton (5-5) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site Decatur (Miss.) JC W 39-0 Pensacola Navy L 0-13 10.9 Southwestern Louisiana L 13-35 A Camp Beauregard W 53-0 Northeast Center L 0-6 10.30 Northwestern State L 6-7 A Louisiana Tech L 15-53 Memphis State W 38-14 Lamar College W 34-7 Alabama State-Troy W 45-7 1946 - E.L. "Ned" McGehee (9-0) Louisiana Intercollegiate Conference Champions Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site Louisiana College W 18-0 H Southwestern Louisiana W 27-13 H Merchant Marines W 61-6 H Northwestern State (HC) W 13-0 H-HC Mississippi College W 14-0 A Louisiana Tech W 22-14 A Alabama State W 40-0 H Mississippi Southern W 20-0 A Milligan College* W 21-13 A * - Burley Bowl 1947 - E.L. "Ned" McGehee (3-5-1) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.13 Milligan College T 6-6 A 9.27 Louisiana College W 26-2 A 10.4 Southwestern Louisiana L 7-40 A 10.17 Northwestern State L 12-14 A 10.24 Centenary W 33-13 H 11.8 Louisiana Tech (HC) L 18-20 H 11.14 Louisville L 0-23 H 11.22 East Kentucky State 1 W 30-6 N 11.27 Mississippi Southern L 0-35 H 1 - at Baton Rouge, La. 1948 - E.L. "Ned" McGehee (3-6-1, 0-4 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.17 Alabama St. - Livingston W 7-0 H 9.24 Louisiana College* L 8-14 H 9.30 Milligan College W 14-0 A 10.8 Southwestern Louisiana* L 12-19 H 10.15 Northwestern State* (HC) L 0-49 H 10.22 Eglin Army Airfield (Fla.) W 28-6 A 11.6 Louisiana Tech* L 13-19 A 11.12 Jacksonville State (Ala.) T 7-7 A 11.19 Mississippi Southern L 0-27 A 11.24 East Kentucky State L 7-26 H * - Gulf States Conference game 1949 E.L. "Ned" McGehee (4-5-1, 1-2-1 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.17 Alabama St. - Livingston W 41-12 H 9.24 Louisiana College* T 0-0 A 10.1 Southwestern Louisiana* L 20-27 H 10.8 Tulane L 0-40 A 10.15 Northwestern State* W 25-13 A 10.29 Pensacola Navy W 14-0 H 11.5 Louisiana Tech* (HC) L 14-20 H 11.12 Jacksonville State (Ala.) W 20-14 H 11.19 LSU L 7-48 A 11.23 Delta State` L 7-19 A * - Gulf States Conference game 1950 E.L. "Ned" McGehee (6-4, 1-2 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site Alabama State - Troy W 18-7 A Louisiana College* L 13-14 H

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0-6 6-0 0-21 7-0 28-14 21-13 0-14 20-7

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1951 Stan Galloway (7-3, 5-0 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.22 Northeast Louisiana W 33-0 A 9.29 Southwestern Louisiana* W 14-0 H 10.6 Louisiana College* W 7-6 A 10.13 Stephen F. Austin L 6-14 H 10.20 Mississippi Southern L 6-35 A 10.27 Northwestern State* W 33-14 A 11. 2 Alabama State W 71-0 H 11.10 Louisiana Tech* (HC) W 19-7 H 11.17 McNeese State* W 9-6 A 11.24 Tulane L 7-48 A * - Gulf States Conference game 1952 Stan Galloway (6-1-2, 3-0-2 GSC) Gulf States Conference Champions Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.20 Northeast Louisiana W 21-20 H 9.27 Southwestern Louisiana* T 13-13 A 10.4 Louisiana College* W 7-0 H 10.11 Stephen F. Austin W 21-7 A 10.18 Mississippi Southern L 12-20 H 10.25 Northwestern State* (HC) W 19-0 H 11.8 Louisiana Tech* T 7-7 A 11.15 McNeese State* W 13-0 H 11.22 Memphis State W 28-25 A * - Gulf States Conference game 1953 Stan Galloway (6-3, 5-1 GSC) Gulf States Conference Champions Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.19 Northeast Louisiana* W 28-0 A 9.26 Southwestern Louisiana* W 39-13 H 10.3 Louisiana College* W 14-6 A 10.10 Stephen F. Austin W 35-0 H 10.17 Mississippi Southern L 0-7 A 10.31 Northwestern State* W 27-19 A 11.7 Louisiana Tech* (HC) L 0-12 H 11.14 McNeese State* W 20-0 A 11.21 Memphis State L 7-20 A * - Gulf States Conference game

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1954 Stan Galloway (9-0, 6-0 GSC) Gulf States Conference Champions Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.18 Northeast Louisiana* W 58-0 H 9.25 Southwestern Louisiana* W 32-0 A 10.2 Louisiana College* W 46-0 H 10.16 Mississippi Southern W 13-7 A 10.23 Arkansas State W 51-0 A 10.30 Stetson W 62-0 A 11.6 Louisiana Tech* W 35-24 H 11.13 McNeese State* W 50-6 H 11.20 Northwestern State* (HC) W 32-6 H * - Gulf States Conference game 1955 Stan Galloway (5-5, 4-2 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.17 Northeast Louisiana* W 40-0 A 9.24 Southwestern Louisiana* W 20-0 H 10.1 Louisiana College* W 27-7 A 10.8 Tampa W 13-7 A 10.15 Mississippi Southern L 0-33 H 10.22 Arkansas State L 12-21 H 10.29 Trinity L 7-46 H 11.5 Louisiana Tech* (HC) L 0-21 H 11.12 McNeese State* L 7-10 A 11.19 Northwestern State* W 27-20 H * - Gulf States Conference game

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In 1946, after a three-year hiatus due to the advent of World War II, Southeastern returned to playing football in grand style fashioning the first perfect season in the school’s history and winning its only bowl game - “The Burley Bowl” - led by team captain and All-American end Pat Kenelly. The 1946 team is pictured below.

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Year-By-Year Results 1956 Stan Galloway (6-3, 4-1 GSC) Gulf States Conference Champions Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.15 Northeast Louisiana* W 35-0 H 9.22 Southwestern Louisiana* W 42-0 A 9.29 Louisiana College W 20-0 H 10.6 Tampa W 40-6 H 10.13 Mississippi Southern L 14-21 A 10.27 Trinity L 7-14 A 11.3 Louisiana Tech* L 6-12 A 11.10 McNeese State* W 34-0 H 11.17 Northwestern State* (HC) W 20-15 H * - Gulf States Conference game 1957 Stan Galloway (2-6-1, 1-3-1 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.21 Southwestern Louisiana* T 7-7 H 9.28 East Texas State L 7-25 H 10.12 Mississippi Southern L 0-14 H 10.19 Florence State W 21-19 A 10.26 Northeast Louisiana* W 26-13 A 11.2 Tampa University L 13-33 A 11.9 Louisiana Tech* (HC) L 14-21 H 11.16 McNeese State* L 0-26 A 11.23 Northwestern State* L 7-13 A * - Gulf States Conference game 1958 Stan Galloway (4-5, 2-3 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.20 Southwestern Louisiana* W 14-6 A 9.27 East Texas State L 20-35 H 10.11 Mississippi Southern L 6-33 A 10.18 Florence State W 40-7 A 10.25 Northeast Louisiana* L 8-22 A 11.8 Louisiana Tech* L 6-10 A 11.15 McNeese State* (HC) W 7-6 H 11.22 Northwestern State* L 0-7 H 11.29 Tampa W 19-0 A * - Gulf States Conference game 1959 Stan Galloway (5-4, 3-2 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.18 Southwestern Louisiana* W 18-13 H 9.26 East Texas State L 10-21 A 10.10 Mississippi Southern L 6-26 A 10.17 Florence State W 28-21 A 10.24 Northeast Louisiana* W 27-6 A 10.31 Tampa W 33-8 A 11.7 Louisiana Tech* (HC) L 0-14 H 11.14 McNeese State* L 8-20 A 11.21 Northwestern State* W 15-13 A * - Gulf States Conference game 1960 Stan Galloway (9-1, 4-1 GSC) Gulf States Conference Champions Date Opponent W/L/T 9.17 Southwestern Louisiana* W 9.24 East Texas State W 9.30 Corpus Christi W 10.8 Pensacola Navy W 10.15 Florence State W 10.22 Northeast Louisiana* W 10.29 Tampa W 11.5 Louisiana Tech* L 11.12 McNeese State* (HC) W 11.19 Northwestern State* W * - Gulf States Conference game 1961 Date 9.16 9.23

Score Site 20-10 A 7-0 H 40-0 H 9-0 H 32-6 H 26-0 H 28-12 A 14-17 A 21-6 H 7-0 A

Stan Galloway (9-1, 4-1 GSC) Opponent W/L/T Score Site Southwestern Louisiana* W 27-0 H East Texas State W 20-6 A

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9.29 Corpus Christi W 10 6 Pensacola Navy W 10.14 Florence State W 10.21 Northeast Louisiana* W 10.28 Tampa W 11.4 Louisiana Tech* (HC) W 11.11 McNeese State* L 11.18 Northwestern State* W * - Gulf States Conference game

39-0 9-5 33-6 7-0 27-3 34-14 8-21 19-0

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1962 Stan Galloway (6-3, 3-2 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.15 Corpus Christi W 26-0 H 9.21 Southwestern Louisiana* W 21-6 A 9.28 Tampa W 27-7 H 10.12 Florence State W 25-7 H 10.20 Northeast Louisiana* W 13-12 H 11.3 Louisiana Tech* L 15-27 A 11.10 McNeese State* (HC) W 21-15 H 11.17 Northwestern State* L 6-19 A 11.22 Chattanooga L 19-21 A * - Gulf States Conference game 1963 Stan Galloway (4-4-1, 3-2 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.20 Southwestern Louisiana * W 14-0 H 9.28 Howard College L 0-7 A 10.4 East Texas State T 13-13 H 10.12 Arlington State L 13-14 H 10.18 Corpus Christi W 36-0 H 10.26 Northeast Louisiana * W 12-7 A 11.9 Louisiana Tech * (HC) W 15-7 H 11.16 McNeese State * L 6-35 A 11.23 Northwestern State * L 7-13 H * - Gulf States Conference game 1964 Stan Galloway (6-3, 4-1 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.26 East Texas State L 8-22 A 10.3 Southwestern Louisiana* W 12-7 A 10.9 Louisiana College W 35-7 H 10.24 Northeast Louisiana* W 20-10 H 11.7 Louisiana Tech* L 7-28 A 11.14 McNeese State* (HC) W 7-2 H 11.21 Northwestern State* W 37-21 A 11.26 Chattanooga L 0-21 A 12.4 Frederick College W 26-0 H * - Gulf States Conference game 1965 Pat Kenelly (5-4, 2-3 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.18 Southern Mississippi L 0-15 A 10.2 Southwestern Louisiana* W 13-0 H 10.9 Howard College W 13-7 H 10.16 Louisiana College W 23-7 A 10.23 Northeast Louisiana* W 14-6 A 11.6 Louisiana Tech* (HC) L 14-16 H 11.13 McNeese State* L 8-12 A 11.20 Northwestern State* L 22-38 H 11.27 Appalachian State W 54-6 H * - Gulf States Conference game 1966 Date 9.24 10.1 10.8 10.15 10.22 10.29 11.5 11.12

Pat Kenelly (3-6, 1-4 GSC) Opponent W/L/T Score Site Southern Mississippi L 13-15 H Southwestern Louisiana* L 6-35 A Trinity L 7-14 A Louisiana College W 49-0 H Northeast Louisiana* W 14-13 H Pensacola Navy W 52-33 A Louisiana Tech* L 6-13 A McNeese State* (HC) L 12-28 H

11.19 Northwestern State* L * - Gulf States Conference game

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Ronnie Hornsby was an All-American linebacker for the Lions and is one of only two players - along with Horace Belton - to have their jerseys retired.

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1968 Pat Kenelly (4-6, 2-3 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.14 Howard Payne W 28-7 H 9.21 Southern Mississippi L 15-27 H 10.5 Southwestern Louisiana * L 6-31 A 10.12 Arkansas State L 7-17 A 10.19 Pensacola Navy L 16-30 A 10.26 Northeast Louisiana * (HC) L 0-13 H 11.2 Trinity W 7-3 A 11.9 Louisiana Tech * L 7-35 A 11.16 McNeese State * W 17-3 H 11.23 Northwestern State * W 24-19 A * - Gulf States Conference game 1969 Date 9.20 9.27 10.4 10.11 10.18 10.25 11.1

Pat Kenelly (5-5, 2-3 GSC) Opponent W/L/T Score Site Southern Mississippi L 6-14 A Lamar Tech W 21-19 H Southwestern Louisiana* L 3-9 H Trinity W 43-14 H Pensacola Navy W 20-7 H Northeast Louisiana* W 20-10 A Youngstown State L 7-20 A

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1970 Pat Kenelly (3-7, 1-4 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.19 Southwestern Louisiana* L 6-17 A 9.26 Arkansas State L 3-12 H 10.3 Troy State L 12-21 H 10.10 Pensacola Navy W 16-3 H 10.17 Trinity L 9-17 A 10.24 Northeast Louisiana* (HC) L 17-20 H 10.31 Youngstown State W 50-27 H 11.7 Louisiana Tech* W 24-21 A 11.14 McNeese State* L 15-21 H 11.21 Northwestern State* L 14-22 A * - Gulf States Conference game

11.9 Delta State* W 11.16 Nicholls State* L 11.23 Northwestern State* L * - Gulf South Conference game

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1971 Pat Kenelly (0-11, 0-6 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site Att. 9.12 Eastern Kentucky L 12-20 A 16,000 9.19 Southwestern Louisiana L 6-7 H 8,900 9.26 Marine Corps L 0-13 A 9,000 10.2 Troy State* L 6-31 A 5,500 10.9 Jacksonville State* L 14-20 H 7,200 10.16 Trinity* L 17-24 H 4,000 10.23 Northeast Louisiana* L 0-3 A 8,300 10.30Louisiana Tech* (HC) L 9-24 H 7,200 11.6 Abilene Christian* L 7-28 H 3,500 11.13 McNeese State L 0-31 A 13,000 11.20 Northwestern State L 6-14 H 2,500 * - Gulf South Conference game 1972 Roland Dale (3-8, 2-4 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site Att. 9.9 Eastern Kentucky L 0-10 H 7,500 9.16 Southwestern Louisiana L 7-30 A 14,623 9.23 Abilene Christian W 14-10 A 7,012 9.30 Nicholls State* W 31-9 H 8,000 10.7 Troy State* W 20-19 H 8,000 10.14 Jacksonville State* L 7-10 A 3,000 10.21 Northeast Louisiana* L 9-34 H 6,000 10.28 Louisiana Tech L 0-21 A 11,000 11.4 Delta State* (HC) L 7-24 H 7,200 11.11 McNeese State L 13-31 H 4,500 11.18 Northwestern State * L 3-6 A 1,000 *- Gulf South Conference game 1973 Roland Dale (4-6, 3-4 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site Att. 9.8 Florence State* W 26-0 H 7,000 9.15 McNeese State L 10-40 A 12,000 9.22 Livingston* L 0-11 A 3,500 9.29 Nicholls State* W 10-0 H 8,500 10.6 Troy State* L 0-24 A 6,000 10.13 Jacksonville State* W 11-10 H 6,000 10.20 Northeast Louisiana W 17-0 A 8,500 10.27 Louisiana Tech (HC) L 7-26 H 8,500 11.3 Delta State* L 10-14 A 2,500 11.17 Northwestern State* L 14-21 H 5,000 * - Gulf South Conference game 1974 Date 9.14 9.21 9.28 10.5 10.12 10.26 11.2

Billy Brewer (6-4, 5-3 GSC) Opponent W/L/T Score Site Att. North Alabama* W 21-17 A 8,300 Tennessee-Martin* W 44-13 H 7,000 Livingston* W 27-21 H 7,500 Jacksonville State* L 10-22 A 8,800 Troy State* W 35-25 H 9,100 Northeast Louisiana (HC) W 23-8 H 9,000 Louisiana Tech L 13-34 A 16,700

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1975 Billy Brewer (4-7, 2-6 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score 9.13 North Alabama* W 28-15 9.20 Tennessee-Martin* L 7-23 9.27 Cameron W 31-10 10.4 Jacksonville State* (HC) L 7-38 10.11 Troy State* L 7-26 10.18 Livingston* L 13-43 10.25 Northeast Louisiana W 49-19 11.1 Louisiana Tech L 28-33 11.8 Delta State* L 10-19 11.15 Nicholls State*1 L 6-14 11.22 Northwestern State* W 31-6 * - Gulf South Conference Game 1 - at Louisiana Superdome (New Orleans, La.) 1976 Billy Brewer (9-1-1, 6-1-1 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score 9.4 Tennessee-Martin* W 28-12 9.11 North Alabama* T 28-28 9.25 Cameron W 35-14 10.2 Jacksonville State* W 13-3 10.9 Troy State* W 21-7 10.16 Livingston* L 10-20 10.23 Northeast Louisiana W 14-10 10.30 Mississippi College* (HC) W 34-20 11.6 Delta State* W 3-0 11.13 Nicholls State*1 W 17-7 11.20 Northwestern State W 34-27 *- Gulf South Conference game 1 - at Louisiana Superdome (New Orleans, La.)

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9.29 10.6 10.13 10.20 10.27 11.3 11.10 11.17

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A 16,013 A 6,500 H 7,000 A 8,325 H 7,500 A 2,931 H 4,000 H 4,000

1980 Oscar Lofton (8-2) Note: First year as Division I Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site Att. 9.13 Boise State W 17-13 A 21,342 9.20 East Tennessee State W 7-3 H 8,500 9.27 Illinois State W 28-21 A 6,622 10.4 Jackson State W 17-16 A 10,592 10.11 Troy State L 10-21 H 8,500 10.18 Texas Southern (HC) W 47-6 H 2,500 10.25 Northeast Louisiana W 55-30 A 17,203 11.8 Delta State W 59-13 H 7,000 11.15 Nicholls State W 35-20 A 5,425 11.22 Northwestern State L 14-16 A 3,000 1981 Date 9.5 9.12 9.19 9.26 10.3 10.10 10.17 10.24 10.31 11.7 11.14

Oscar Lofton (8-3) Opponent W/L/T Score Site Att. Texas Southern W 31-24 A -Southwestern Louisiana W 7-0 A 19,522 Southwest Texas L 10-35 A 10,000 Stephen F. Austin W 33-24 A -Jackson State L 14-51 H 12,000 Troy State W 22-21 A -Tennessee-Martin (HC) W 13-10 H 8,500 Northeast Louisiana W 50-47 H 8,000 Northwestern State W 21-16 H 6,000 Southern W 28-27 A 22,018 Nicholls State L 17-29 H 6,500

1977 Billy Brewer (6-4, 4-3 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site Att. 9.17 Sam Houston State W 20-0 A 3,000 9.24 North Alabama* L 7-29 H 8,000 10.1 Jacksonville State* L 10-14 H 7,000 10.8 Troy State* L 15-17 A 7,000 10.15 Livingston* W 30-3 H 5,000 10.22 Northeast Louisiana L 19-24 A 8,000 10.29 Mississippi College* (HC) W 23-6 H 7,000 11.5 Delta State* W 10-7 A 2,000 11.12 Nicholls State* W 17-14 A 4,100 11.19 Northwestern State W 38-21 H 2,000 *- Gulf South Conference game

1982 Date 9.11 9.18 9.25 10.2 10.9 10.16 10.23 10.30 11.6 11.13 11.20

Oscar Lofton (4-7) Opponent McNeese State Central Florida Stephen F. Austin Southwest Texas Troy State (HC) Texas Southern Northeast Louisiana Jackson State Southern Northwestern State Nicholls State

1978 Billy Brewer (7-3-1, 5-1-1 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score 9.2 Southwest Texas L 0-7 9.16 Sam Houston State W 12-0 9.23 North Alabama* T 7-7 9.30 Jacksonville State* L 7-10 10.7 Troy State* W 45-7 10.14 Livingston* (HC) W 33-0 10.21 Northeast Louisiana W 25-21 10.28 Mississippi College* W 13-10 11.4 Delta State* W 34-3 11.11 Nicholls State*1 W 10-0 11.18 Northwestern State L 12-13 * - Gulf South Conference game 1 - at Louisiana Superdome (New Orleans, La.)

Site Att. H 6,000 H 6,500 A 6,800 A 9,500 H 7,500 H 7,800 A 8,850 A 6,450 H 6,000 N 10,000 A 5,100

1983 Date 9.3 9.10 9.17 9.24 10.1 10.8 10.15 10.22 10.29 11.12 11.19

Oscar Lofton (6-5) Opponent W/L/T Score Site Att. Mississippi College L 10-16 H 5,500 McNeese State L 0-23 H 6,000 Central Florida W 54-28 H 5,000 East Texas State W 31-23 H 5,000 Western Kentucky W 27-7 A 10,000 Troy State W 34-15 A 5,000 Texas Southern W 20-7 A 4,800 Northeast Louisiana (HC) L 13-16 H 7,500 Jackson State W 9-7 H 7,500 Northwestern State L 7-23 A 4,150 Nicholls State L 0-6 A 2,000

W/L/T Score Site Att. L 7-10 A 20,000 W 19-11 A 10,000 L 7-14 H 8,000

1984 Date 9.1 9.8 9.15 9.29 10.6

Oscar Lofton (2-8-1, 0-4-1 GSC) Opponent W/L/T Score Site Att. Louisiana Tech L 9-17 H 6,000 McNeese State L 7-28 A 19,000 Mississippi College L 6-7 H 5,000 Western Kentucky W 28-0 H 5,500 Sam Houston State* L 3-28 A 4,200

1979 Date 9.8 9.15 9.22

Billy Brewer (6-5) Opponent McNeese State Murray State Southwest Texas

W/L/T Score Site Att. W 17-7 A 19,756 W 24-14 A 8,196 L 10-35 H 9,000 L 21-34 H 9,400 W 21-7 H 7,000 W 31-0 H 4,000 L 0-42 A 17,950 L 13-30 A 14,578 L 19-26 H 10,000 L 9-31 A 4,000 L 14-20 A 4,600

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A 20,222 H 5,500 H 7,000 A 3,780 H 4,000 A 10,015

1985 Oscar Lofton (2-9, 1-4 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site Att. 9.7 McNeese State L 7-16 H 7,500 9.13 Central Florida L 21-27 A 7,142 9.21 Mississippi College L 30-34 H 6,000 9.28 Louisiana Tech L 7-40 A 18,224 10.5 Tennessee-Chattanooga L 7-27 A 9,148 10.12 Sam Houston State* L 13-24 H 5,500 10.19 Northeast Louisiana (HC) W 19-17 H 8,000 11.2 Stephen F. Austin* L 12-27 A 3,000 11.9 Southwest Texas* L 15-55 A 6,012 11.16 Northwestern State* W 20-14 H 4,500 11.23 Nicholls State* L 17-21 H 7,500 * - Gulf Star Conference game 1986 through 2002 -- No Team 2003 Date 8.30 9.4 9.13 9.20 9.27 10.4 10.11 10.18 10.25 11.1 11.8 11.15

Hal Mumme (5-7) Opponent W/L Arkansas-Monticello W Lambuth W Henderson State L Troy State L Texas State L #1 McNeese State L #20 Northwestern State L Webber International (HC) W St. Mary’s (Calif.) L Alcorn State L Jacksonville (Fla.) W Prairie View A&M W

2004 Date 9.2 9.11 9.18 9.25 10.2 10.9 10.16 10.30 11.6 11.11 11.20

Hal Mumme (7-4) Opponent W/L Score Site Att. Arkansas-Monticello W 46-32 H 9,078 #6 McNeese State W 51-17 A 16,499 Texas State L 31-28 (2ot) A 13,114 #24 Sam Houston State L 45-17 H 9,480 Mississippi Valley State W 33-17 H 9,021 Northern Colorado (HC) W 26-13 H 8,322 Mercyhurst W 58-14 H 8,517 Alcorn State L 33-27 H 9,137 Jacksonville W 51-3 A 2,162 Texas College W 54-14 H 7,768 Gardner-Webb L 52-34 A 3,841

Score Site Att. 22-17 H 9,708 22-10 H 9,708 35-41 A 4,856 0-21 A 19,889 17-38 A 11,762 20-58 H 9,758 27-87 A 10,192 68-10 H 9,013 27-33 A 1,431 24-27 A 4,000 43-23 H 9,758 64-10 H 8,432

2005 Dennis Roland (4-6, 2-4 SLC) Date Opponent W/L Score Site Att. 9.10 Alcorn State W 48-21 H 7,823 9.17 Northern Colorado L 35-19 A 6,885 10.1 Tulane 1 L 28-21 N 16,826 10.8 #14 Texas State * L 30-15 H 6,374 10.15 #23 Northwestern State * L 31-10 A 11,137 10.22 #20 McNeese State * W 37-13 H 6,082 10.29 Stephen F. Austin * W 45-23 A 9,867 11.5 Sam Houston State * L 35-18 A 7.235 11.12 #25 Nicholls State * (HC) L 38-28 H 9,108 11.19 Mississippi Valley State W 38-21 A 2,030 * - Southland Conference game 1 - at Tiger Stadium (Baton Rouge, La.) 2006 Dennis Roland/Mike Lucas (2-9, 1-5 SLC) Date Opponent W/L Score Site Att. 8.31 New Mexico State L 30-15 A 15,561

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9.9 Southern Miss 9.16 Jacksonville (Fla.) 9.23 Texas Tech 9.30 Gardner-Webb 10.7 Nicholls State * 10.14 Northwestern State * 10.21 Texas State * 10.28 Stephen F. Austin * (HC) 11.4 McNeese State * 11.11 Sam Houston State * * - Southland Conference game

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2007 Mike Lucas (3-8, 2-5 SLC) Date Opponent W/L 8.30 New Mexico State L 9.8 Kansas L 9.15 Kentucky Wesleyan W 9.22 Tulane L 10.6 Stephen F. Austin * W 10.13 Northwestern State * L 10.20 Central Arkansas * L 10.27 #5 McNeese State * L 11.3 Texas State * L 11.10 Sam Houston State * (HC) L 11.17 Nicholls State * W * - Southland Conference game

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A 28,258 H 6,677 A 52,913 H 5,122 A 8,411 H 6,453 A 13,321 H 6,428 A 9,834 H 5,125

Score Site Att. 35-14 A 12,682 62-0 A 43,914 79-7 H 5,395 35-27 A 17,611 21-3 H 3,460 27-24 A 8,029 37-33 H 4,373 45-17 A 15,153 45-31 A 9,981 20-16 H 6,404 17-13 H 5,122

2008 Mike Lucas (5-7, 2-5 SLC) Date Opponent W/L Score Site Att. 8.30 Alcorn State W 34-28 A 7,500 9.6 Mississippi State L 10-34 A 41,938 9.13 South Dakota W 31-30 H 5,346 9.20 Louisiana Tech L 26-41 A 17,623 9.27 North Dakota W 38-35 H 5,216 10.4 Stephen F. Austin * L 45-48 A 7,230 10.18 Northwestern State * (HC) W 26-21 H 7,162 10.25 #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 Sam Houston State * W 30-27 (ot) A 5,027 11.22 Nicholls State * L 28-35 A 7,352 * - Southland Conference game Season Opener Listing Overall Record 35-20-3 W/L/T Score H/A Year Opponent 1930 Amite HS W 7-0 1931 Southwestern La. T 6-6 A 1932 Southwest Miss. JC W 12-6 1933 Southwest Miss. JC W 6-0 1934 Southwest Miss. JC W 13-0 1935 Northwestern State W 19-13 H 1936 LSU Frosh W 6-0 1937 LSU Frosh L 7-13 1938 Southwestern La. L 0-8 H 1939 Northwestern State L 6-18 H 1940 St. Mary’s (Texas) L 6-27 1941 Southwestern La. L 7-19 H 1942 Decatur (Miss.) HC W 39-0 1943-45 (Did not play due to World War II) 1946 Louisiana College W 18-0 H 1947 Milligan Collage T 6-6 A 1948 Livingston W 7-0 H 1949 Livingston W 41-12 H 1950 Troy W 18-7 A 1951 Northeast La. W 33-0 A 1952 Northeast La. W 21-20 H 1953 Northeast La. W 28-0 A 1954 Northeast La. W 58-0 H 1955 Northeast La. W 40-0 A 1956 Northeast La. W 35-0 H 1957 Southwestern La. T 7-7 H 1958 Southwestern La. W 14-6 A 1959 Southwestern La. W 18-13 H 1960 Southwestern La. W 20-10 A 1961 Southwestern La. W 27-0 H 1962 Corpus Christi W 26-0 H

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Southwestern La. East Texas State Southern Miss Southern Miss Southern Mis Howard Payne Southern Miss Southwestern La. Eastern Kentucky Eastern Kentucky Florence State North Alabama North Alabama Tennessee-Martin Sam Houston State Southwest Texas McNeese State Boise State Texas Southern McNeese State Mississippi College Louisiana Tech McNeese State Arkansas-Monticello Arkansas-Monticello Alcorn State New Mexico State New Mexico State Alcorn State

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Homecoming Results (Since 1946) All-time record 25-20-1 1946 Southeastern 40, Alabama State Teachers 0 1947 Louisiana Tech 19, Southeastern 13 1948 Northwestern State 49, Southeastern 0 1949 Louisiana Tech 20, Southeastern 14 1950 Southeastern 28, Northwestern State 14 1951 Southeastern 19, Louisiana Tech 7 1952 Southeastern 19, Northwestern State 0 1953 Louisiana Tech 12, Southeastern 0 1954 Southeastern 32, Northwestern State 6 1955 Louisiana Tech 21, Southeastern 0 1956 Southeastern 20, Northwestern State 15 1957 Louisiana Tech 21, Southeastern 14 1958 Southeastern 7, McNeese State 6 1959 Louisiana Tech 14, Southeastern 0 1960 Southeastern 21, McNeese State 6 1961 Southeastern 34, Louisiana Tech 14 1962 Southeastern 21, McNeese State 15 1963 Southeastern 15, Louisiana Tech 7 1964 Southeastern 7, McNeese State 2 1965 Louisiana Tech 16, Southeastern 14 1966 McNeese State 28, Southeastern 12 1967 Southeastern 27, Louisiana Tech 21 1968 Northeast Louisiana 13, Southeastern 0 1969 Louisiana Tech 25, Southeastern 24 1970 Northeast Louisiana 20, Southeastern 17 1971 Louisiana Tech 24, Southeastern 9 1972 Delta State 24, Southeastern 7 1973 Louisiana Tech 26, Southeastern 7 1974 Southeastern 23, Northeast Louisiana 8 1975 Jacksonville State 38, Southeastern 7 1976 Southeastern 34, Mississippi College 20 1977 Southeastern 23, Mississippi College 6 1978 Southeastern 33, Livingston 0 1979 Southeastern 13, Northeast Louisiana 0 1980 Southeastern 47, Texas-Southern 6 1981 Southeastern 13, Tennessee-Martin 10 1982 Southeastern 21, Troy State 7 1983 Northeast Louisiana 16, Southeastern 13 1984 Southeastern 21, Stephen F. Austin 21 1985 Southeastern 19, Northeast Louisiana 17 2003 Southeastern 68, Webber International 10 2004 Southeastern 26, Northern Colorado 13 2005 Nicholls State 38, Southeastern 28 2006 Stephen F. Austin 35, Southeastern 10 2007 Sam Houston State 20, Southeastern 16 2008 Southeastern 26, Northwestern State 21

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Harris

Derrick

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Hornsby

Klein

Wright

Shepherd

Senner

Hankins

Huggins

yards (2,985) and total offense (3,952). Porta ranks among the Lions’ career passing yardage leaders. Porta was named secondteam 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 Turner Connors 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 All-American Bios the top receivers in the nation throughout his career. T.J. Campion, Tackle, 1942-46 Over the span of his career, Husser caught 60 passes Campion was the second player in Southeastern histofor 861 yards and 15 touchdowns. The versatile star ry to be named All-American. Campion’s 1942 squad stepped in as the Lions’ punter in 1955, leading the finished 5-5 and was the last Southeastern football GSC with a 36.5 average. Husser is one of two playteam prior to the three-year hiatus that resulted from ers in school history to lead the team in receiving all World War II. Campion was again named All-American four years. Husser signed with the Chicago Cardinals in 1946 and was a member of the first undefeated after his Southeastern career. team in school history, as the Lion finished the campaign 9-0. Campion went on to be drafted by the C.J. Alexander, Halfback, 1958-59 Philadelphia Eagles. Dubbed “The Black Knight”, Alexander was the second player in Southeastern history to earn All-American Ray Porta, Quarterback, 1954 honors in multiple years. Alexander led the Lions in A two-time All-Gulf States Conference selection, Porta rushing in 1958 as a junior, covering 596 yards on 108 was arguably the most successful signal caller in carries and scoring eight touchdowns. Alexander came Southeastern history. Porta led the Lions to back-toback with an even more impressive season in 1959, back GSC trophies and an undefeated season in averaging 7.1 yards per carry on the way to 787 yards 1954. Porta led the conference in passing in both and seven touchdowns. . Alexander signed with the 1953 and 1954, in addition to leading in punting in the Boston Patriots after graduation and went on to play latter season. Over his two-year career, Porta completfor the Edmonton Eskimos of the Canadian Football ed 97 of 209 passes for 1559 yards and threw 24 League. touchdown passes versus just nine interceptions on the way to leading Southeastern to a 15-3 record over T.C. Calmes, Tackle, 1960 the span. During the the flawless 1954 campaign, Calmes, a Hammond High product, received Special Porta set a single-season school record for touchdown Mention on the Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American passes with 15 and engineered an offense that set sinteam in 1960. A second team All-Gulf States gle-season school records for points (379), rushing

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Conference selection, the four-year 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 69of-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 AllAmerican 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

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football All-Americans 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 fouryear 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. 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.

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 AllAmerica 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 history. He became only the seventh player in school history to earn All-American honors multiple times.

son, amassing 200-plus yards in wins over ArkansasMonticello and McNeese State.

Scott Senner, Punter, 1984

Tommy Connors, Defensive Back, 2008

Senner transferred to Southeastern prior to the 1984 season from Pearl River Junior College and earned All-America 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.

A first team All-Southland Conference and an AllAmerican selection, Connors led Southeastern and was second in the Southland Conference with 108 tackles while leading the league with four interceptions in 2008. The three-time All-Southland Conference standout and former Archbishop Shaw product earned All-America honors by the Associated Press, the Sports Network and College Sporting News. Connors posted four games with 10 or more tackles, highlighted by a 15-tackle performance at nationally-ranked Central Arkansas.

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 5thhighest 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.

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 AllLouisiana pick, Turner set a SLC record with six field goals at Texas State.

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 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 sea-

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

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Jeff Turner, Placekicker, 2007

Jack Andre, Guard (1960-62) • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American Monty Crook, End (1959-62) • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American Ellis Johnson, Halfback (1961-64) • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American 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 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- ) • Honorable Mention, Sports Network - 2007 Tommy Connors, Defensive Back (2006- ) • Second Team, Sports Network - 2008 • Third Team, Associated Press - 2008 • Honorable Mention, College Sporting News - 2008

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football All-Conference/All-Louisiana Honors ALL-LOUISIANA INTERCOLLEGIATE CONFERENCE (1946-47): 1946 - Pat Kenelly, E; John Mitchell, G; Angie Antonelli, C; Jerome Davis, HB; Al Ramboli, HB 1947 - Angie Antonelli, C; Jerome Davis, HB ALL-GULF STATES CONFERENCE (1948-70) 1948 - Brisco Dugas, FB 1949 - Noel Wilkins, E 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 1952 - Bill Callery, T; Joe Andrew, G; Ed Welch, HB 1953 - Bobby Jennings, C; Ray Porta, QB; Don Marino, HB 1954 - Huey Husser, E; Gerald Stone, T; Tommy Bell, HB; Don Marino, HB; Ray Porta, QB 1955 - Huey Husser, E; Dan Fournet, G 1956 - Huey Husser, E; Tommy Bell, HB 1957 - Ken Bailey, C 1958 - C.J. Alexander, HB 1959 - 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 1965 - Harry Nunez, HB; Charlie Whitney, HB; Earl Dieterich, E; Billy Andrews, C; Ronnie Frederick, G; Steve Seabolt, T; Henry Andrews, G 1966 - Duane Floyd, E; Billy Andrews, LB; Ronnie Frederic, G; Fred Gary, G; Charlie Whitney, HB 1967 - Dan Brewer, QB; Mac Faul, FB; David LeSage, S 1968 - David LeSage, S; Bobby Vicknair, DT; Ronnie Hornsby, LB; Wayne Sullivan, P 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 ALL-GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE (1971-78) 1971 - Kerry Duplessis, DB; Duke Tunnard, TE 1972 - Mike Klein, DB; Billy Percy, LB; Bobby Hill, WR 1973 - Alan Klein, MG 1974 - Alan Klein, MG; Nolan Gill, TE; Horace Belton, RB; Frank Vendt, OG; Don Short, DB 1975 - Billy Murray, C 1976 - Don Griffin, QB (Offensive Player of the Year); Wallace Taylor, TE; Horace Belton, RB 1977 - Keen Jackson, T; Frank Londono, K; James Magruder, P 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 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)

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1984 - Scott Senner, P 1985 - Willie Shepherd, NG 2003 - Brett Beard, DE (2nd Team) 2004 - Felton Huggins, WR; Martin Hankins, QB; Josh Taylor, TE; Kenard White, OL (2nd Team); Ray Perkins, RB (2nd Team) 2005 - Josh Taylor, TE (2nd Team); Duke Adams, DB (2nd Team); Felton Huggins, WR (2nd Team) 2006 - Jay Lucas, RB (Newcomer of the Year; Honorable Mention); Donald Usry, OL (2nd Team) 2007 - Jeff Turner, K (2nd Team) 2008 - Tommy Connors, DB ; Mark Newbill, LB (2nd Team); Simmie Yarborough, WR (Freshman of the Year); 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 (Honorable Mention) 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); Duke Adams, DB (2nd Team); Jim Hall, P (2nd Team); Trey Willie, QB (Honorable Mention); Donald Usry, C (Honorable Mention); Rudy Johnson, DE (Honorable Mention); David Daniels, LB (Honorable Mention); Demoris Hardiman, LB (Honorable Mention); Charles Hall, CB (Honorable Mention) 2006 - 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 (Honorable Mention); Marquis Rogers, DL (Honorable Mention); Demoris Hardiman, LB (Honorable Mention); Corlando McChristion, DB (Honorable Mention) 2007 - Jay Lucas, RB; Jeff Turner, PK; Earl Cager, OL (2nd Team); Eric Jackson, DB (2nd Team); Tommy Connors, DB (2nd Team); Byron Ross, WR (Honorable Mention); Mark Newbill, LB (Honorable Mention); Antonio Richardson, LB (Honorable Mention); Eric Jackson, RS (Honorable Mention) 2008 - Tommy Connors, DB; Marquis Powell, DB (2nd Team); Simmie Yarborough, WR (Freshman of the Year, Honorable Mention); Jay Lucas, RB (Honorable Mention); Brad Bardy, OL (Honorable Mention); Kevin Hughes, OL (Honorable Mention); Devin Boutwell, DL (Honorable Mention); Steven Honore, DE (Honorable Mention); Quinten Pierre, LB (Honorable Mention); Marquis Powell, RS (Honorable Mention) SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE ALL-ACADEMIC 2005 - Jim Hall, K; Steven Smith, DL 2006 - Johnny Flowers, OL; Keithshone Dantzler, LB; Jim Hall, P 2007 - Johnny Flowers, OL; Tommy Connors, DB 2008 - Cole Wardell, TE; Brad Bardy, OL; Tommy Connors, DB

Southeastern’s Conference Affiliation History (from 1946) 1946-47 1948-70 1971-78 1979 1980-83 1984-85 2003-04 2005-

Louisiana Intercollegiate Conference Gulf States Conference (NAIA) Gulf South Conference (NCAA - DII) NCAA - DII Independent NCAA I-AA Independent Gulf Star Conference (NCAA I-AA) NCAA - I-AA Independent Southland Conference (NCAA I-AA)

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football 2008 Honors/Team Captains/Most Valuable Players

2008 Honors All-America Tommy Connors, DB - 2nd Team (Sports Network) Tommy Connors, DB - 3rd Team (Associated Press) Tommy Connors, DB - Honorable Mention (College Sporting News) All-Louisiana (Louisiana Sports Writers Association) Tommy Connors, DB - 1st Team Mark Newbill, LB - 2nd Team Simmie Yarborough, WR - Freshman of the Year All-Southland Conference Tommy Connors, DB - 1st Team Marquis Powell, DB - 2nd Team Simmie Yarborough, WR - Freshman of the Year, Honorable Mention Jay Lucas, RB - Honorable Mention Brad Bardy, OL - Honorable Mention Kevin Hughes, OL - Honorable Mention Devin Boutwell, DL - Honorable Mention Steven Honore, DE - Honorable Mention Quinten Pierre, LB - Honorable Mention Marquis Powell, RS - Honorable Mention Southland Conference All-Academic Cole Wardell, TE Brad Bardy, OL Tommy Connors, DB

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

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2004

Dan Brewer David LeSage Mac Faul Ronnie Hornsby Charles Santora Bobby Duhe Billy Percy Nolan Gill Bill Murray Don Griffin Rogers Wilson Keen Jackson James Magruder Wayne LeBlanc Arnold Schexnayder Ferman Gauthier Matthew Hovsepian Johnny Wells Marc Stubbs Robbie Mahfouz Richard Woodward Ronnie Doyle Mark Millet Mark Silvio Russell Schmidt Jerry Butler Johnny Boudreaux Victor Carter, Brett Beard, Marvin Jones, Josh Taylor Martin Hankins, Ray Perkins, Marvin Jones, William Shensky

Weekly Awards Tommy Connors, DB

Most Valuable Players

Southland Conference Defensive Player of the Week (9/29) LSWA Defensive Player of the Week (9/29) Southland Conference Defensive Player of the Week (11/17)

1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963

Mark Newbill, LB Southland Conference Defensive Player of the Week (9/15) Brian Babin, QB Southland Conference Offensive Player of the Week (9/15) Brian Babin, QB Southland Conference Offensive Player of the Week (9/15) Andre Cryer, WR Southland Conference Offensive Player of the Week (9/22) Cody Samples, P Southland Conference Special Teams Player of the Week (11/17) LSWA Special Teams Player of the Week (11/17) Quinten Pierre, LB Southland Conference Defensive Player of the Week (11/24) LSWA Defensive Player of the Week (11/24)

1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976

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Robert Morse Robert Morse Joe Andrew Bobby Joe Jennings Ray Porta Wayne Strickland Dan Fournet Wayne Dugas C.J. Alexander C.J. Alexander Elbert Harris Billy Johnson Monty Crook Maxie Williams Kenneth Dyer Ellis Johnson Harry Nunez Charlie Whitney Dan Brewer David LeSage Darrell Beard Ted Glaser Charles Santora Gene Estapa - Off. Mike Klein - Def. Mike Scioneaux - Off. Alan Klein - Def. Horace Belton - Off. Alan Klein - Def. Horace Belton - Off. Mike Hornsby - Def. Horace Belton - Off. Wayne Faul - Def.

1977

1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984

Dean Waguespack - Off. C.A. Hill - Def. Wayne LeBlanc - Def. Wayne Faul - Def. Johnny Wells - Off. Wayne LeBlanc - Def. Mack Boatner - Off. Ferman Gautier - Def. Mack Boatner - Off. Marc Stubbs - Def. Leslie Jackson - Off. Ormando Whitlock - Def. Jerry Butler - Off. Mark Millet - Def. Jerry Butler - Off. Sterling Joseph - Def. Jerry Butler - Off. Johnny Boudreaux - Def.

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football All-Time Roster ABELS ABRAMS, Miles ADAMS, Cleve ADAMS, Danny ADAMS, Darrell ADAMS, Dremell ADAMS, Duriel ADAMS, J. Stewart ADAMS, Mike ADAMS, Mike AFLAGUE, John AGUILLARD, Billy ALBERT, Broderick ALESSI, Joseph ALEXANDER, Alec ALEXANDER, C.J. ALEXANDER, Dennis ALEXANDER, Malcolm ALEXANDER, Paul ALLEMAN, Floyd ALLEN, James D. ALLEN, Scott ALLEN, Terry ALFORTISH, Blake ALLISON, John ALONZO, Joe ALSGOOD, Sammy ALTAZIN, Mike ALUMS, Larry ALVAREZ, Wilson AMADEE, Roy AMBROSE, Clarence AMOND, Brian ANDERS, Mac ANDERS, Mark ANDERSON, Hardy ANDERSON, Harry ANDERSON, Joey ANDERSON, Ryan ANDERSON, Scott ANDERSON, Sidney ANDRE, Jack ANDRE, John Alvin ANDRE, Russell ANDRE, Thomas ANDREW, Joe ANDREWS, Billy ANDREWS, Henry ANDREWS, Walt ANTHON, Robert ANTONELLI, Angie ANZALONE, Fanacy ANZALONE, Louis ARANDA, Joe ARBOUR, Tommy ARMAND, Charles ARDOIN, L.J. ARMSTRONG, Cleo ARMSTRONG, Harvey 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

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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 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, 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 FRITSCHER,Mark 1981-82 FRUGE, Fred 1963 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 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 GARRISON, James 1969 GARY, Fred 1963-64-65-66 GARY, Tom 1965 GASTMYER, Ben 1935 GAUDIN, Greg 1967-68-69-70 GAUTIER, Ferman 1976-77-78-79 GAUTIER, Jackie 1965-66 GAUTREAUX, Russell 1956 GEARY, Charles 1983 GENNUSA, Frank 1961-62-63-64 GEORGE, Steven 1984 GETER, Marion 1946 GIANNOBILE, Bobby 1969 GIARRUSSO, Cyril 1959-60 GIBBS, Sean 1982 GIBSON, Edward 1979-80-81-83 GILARDI, Rusty 1966-67-68 GILBERT, Mario 2004-05-06-07 GILDERSLEEVE, Charles 1979-80 GILL , Audis 1946-47-48-49 GILL, Nolan 1971-72-73-74 GILL, Roger 1967-68-69-70

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KITCHENS, Wayne KITE, Joey KLEIN, Alan KLEIN, Mike KLIBERT, Rueben KLIENPETER, Charles KLUMPP, John KNECHT, Albert KNECHT, Kirk KNIGHT, John KNIGHT, Ricky KOCH, Jack KOSTUCH, G. KOTTERMAN, Chris KOZAN, Wayne KRAVCHUK, Anthony KRAVCHUK, Bob KRAVCHUK, Mike KROPOG, Olin KUNZ, Barry KUNZ, Gerry KURTZ, Jerry LACOUR, Gerald LaCROIX, Lucius LADNER, Billy LADNER, Bruce LAMBERT, Coral LAMBERT, Donald LAMBERT, Warren LAMEY, Tom LAMIA, Vincent LAMM, Arthur LAMOTTE, Kevin LANAUX, Merrick LANDECHE, Wesley LANDRY, Darryl LANDRY, David LANG, Jay LARRY, Anthony LASSERE, Errol LATO, Eugene LATO, Joseph LAVIGNE, Bruce LAVIGNE, Milton LEA, Reggie LEAVOY, Lindsey LEBLANC, Billy LeBLANC, James LEBLANC, Kyle LEBLANC, Wayne LeBLANC, J.D. LeCLERQ, Mike LEDET, J.P. LEDET, Rodney LEDEUX, John LEDOUX, Bobby LEDOUX, Daris LEE, David LEE, Donald LEE, John LEE, Laverne LEE, Slick LEE, Talmadge LEGENDRE, Camille LEMEN, Mike LEMULE, Emile LENNIX, Andre LESAGE, David LeTARD, John LETT, Barry LEVERETTE, George LEWIS, Gene LIEUX, Jimmy LINDSEY, Gene LIUZZA, Mark LOCASCIO, Sal LOCKHART, Orlan LODRIGUES LOFTIN LOFTON, Herman

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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. 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 14-133 record. 1946 After going through two coaches in two years during the 1941-42 campaigns and a threeyear 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 AllAmerican T.J. Campion along with AllLouisiana 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.

1951 Following the perfect season in 1946, Southeastern goes through a bit of a lull over the next four campaigns mustering a winning record -- 6-4 in 1950 including a win at Auburn -- on only one occasion. 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 (1952, 53, 54, 56, 60, 61) on six different occasions. Galloway compiles an 84-42-4 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, 20-12.

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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.

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1953 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 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

1955 Despite an off season for the Lions with a 55 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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1959 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 198085, 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

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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.

Huey Husser 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.

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. 1965-75 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 011 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 on the road to championship caliber football with a 6-4 record his first season. 1976 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

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No. 37 - becomes the second Lion football jersey, along with Ronnie Hornsby’s, to be retired.

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Ronnie Hornsby caps his stellar career by playing in the 1970 Senior Bowl where he serves as defensive co-captain and returns an interception for a touchdown.

mark behind the play of running back Horace Belton. Belton, who plays 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 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 which remains a Southeastern standard. He also set and still holds Southeastern records for single-season yardage (1,168, 1975), rushing TDs (14, 1974) and points scored in a single-season with 90 (1974). Following his final campaign, Belton’s jersey -

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.

Billy Brewer

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 I-AA 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 TexasSouthern 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.

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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 called 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 1-yard plunge with 1:32 left. Mahfouz finishes the game completing 16 of 28 passes for 298 yards and five touchdowns. Boatner is drafted in the ninth round of the NFL Draft by the Miami Dolphins. 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 rollercoaster 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’s last winning season starts 0-2 out of the gate but rights the ship to win five straight during the middle of the season to finish with a 6-4 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 AllAmerica notice. 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

Willie Shepherd

Dr. Randy Moffett announces the return of football on May 21, 2002. Southeastern will field a team in 2003 an will compete for two years as a Division I-AA Independent

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,

Robbie Mahfouz, Oscar Lofton, Bret Wright

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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 2117 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 IAA Independent for the 2003 season after a hiatus of nearly 18 years.

2006 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 14th head coach on Dec. 14. Nine players earn All-Southland Conference honors, including first-team center Donald Usry.

Jay Lucas

18 years rallying to defeat ArkansasMonticello, 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.

Martin Hankins

2003 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

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2005 On January 18, Southeastern announces that Dennis Roland, a former assistant under Mumme in 2003, will take over as the 13th 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 4821 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.

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. 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 archrival Nicholls State, defeating the Colonels for the first time since 1980 and claiming the River Bell in the process. 2008 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 the Sports Network AllAmerica. 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.

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Southeastern Traditions

Southeastern Fight Song Cheer On The Green And Gold of SLU 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.

Spirit Groups The Southeastern Cheerleaders and Lionettes 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

We’ll sing thy praises ever From sea to shining sea, And love thee Alma Mater Through all eternity. RUTH SMITH -arr: Ralph R. Pottle

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The Real

Roomie

The Spirit of the Southland 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.

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.

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 wellknown and highly-respected football official following his playing days and continued to be an ardent supporter of Southeastern Athletics.

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, a former Southeastern athlete and faculty member, well known throughout the nation as one of the top football officials.

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Ronnie Hornsby

Horace Belton

#35

#37

Ronnie Hornsby made an immediate impact at Southeastern

Horace Belton, who played little in the last six games of his senior

after an outstanding prep career in which he led the State in

campaign due to injury, finished his brilliant career in 1976 as the

rushing yardage his senior season at Greensburg High School.

state of Louisiana’s all-time leading rusher with 3,222 yards. Belton,

As a four-year starter at linebacker for the Lions, Hornsby was a

who remains ranked second in Southeastern history and 13th in the

three-time, all-Gulf States Conference selection, honored in

state, also scored 202 points in his career which remains a

1968, 1969 and 1970 and was the outstanding lineman in the

Southeastern standard. Belton broke a record which had stood for

conference in 1969. He finished his career with seven intercep-

nearly 30 years. He also set and still holds Southeastern records for

tions and was the leading tackler on the squad each year. He

single-season yardage (1,168, 1975), rushing TDs (14, 1974) and

earned all-America honors following his senior season of 1970

points scored in a single-season with 90 (1974).

and participated in the North-South game scoring the South’s only touchdown on an interception return.

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Gameday At Southeastern

TAILGATING Fans of Southeastern Athletics had waited 18 years for a reason to tailgate. And when given the opportunity, they responded. With some arriving days before kickoff, RVs line the parking lot of Strawberry Stadium gearing up for gameday activities. On game day, the area surrounding the stadium looks like a carnival with tents, food and activities for kids - both young and old.

basically adjacent to Strawberry Stadium. The Circle, which is closed to traffic prior to game time, provides a safe and friendly atmosphere for parents to relax while the kids play safely nearby. Two hours prior to each home game, the Southeastern football team takes its traditional “Lion Walk� as it makes it way through Friendship Circle.

ACTIVITIES From hot bands to fun, kid-friendly activities, there is something for everyone during pregame festivities at Strawberry Stadium. Music rocks the campus, parents and friends socialize while children participate in various activities sponsored for their enjoyment each game day.

FRIENDSHIP CIRCLE Friendship Circle tailgating provides fans the opportunity to reserve a tailgating spot

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football 1946 Perfect Season

Returning to the gridiron for the first time since World War II, the 1946 team turned in Southeastern’s first perfect season recording a 90 record and the school’s first of seven conference championships. Under the direction of head coach and administrator E.L. “Ned” McGehee (left), 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 (right), 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

Result

Score

Louisiana College

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18-0

Home

Southwestern Louisiana

W

27-13

Home

Merchant Marines

W

61-6

Home

Northwestern Louisiana

W

13-0

Home-HC

Mississippi College

W

14-0

Away

Louisiana Tech

W

22-14

Away

Alabama State

W

40-0

Home

Mississippi Southern

W

20-0

Away

Milligan College (Burley Bowl)

W

21-13

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1946 Letterwinners Robert Barnhill T.J. Campion Talmadge Ed Core Jack Claude Core Jerome Davis Bruce “Brisco” Dugas Marion Geter Audis Gill Pat Kenelly Milton Lavigne Tom McBain Joel D. Meredith Albert Pardue Bill Parnell Al Romboli Louis Romboli Eugene Simmons Jim Tomm Virgil Underwood Hollis Webb Marion Wolfe Asa Wyman

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1954 Perfect Season

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.

1954 Roster No. 15 16 17 18 20 21 23 25 31 32 34 41 42 43 44 50 51 53 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 80 81 82 83 84 85 86

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Name Jerry Kurtz Ray Porta Ken Ridgedell Winston Crawford Larry Troxler Justin Fernandez R.C. Thomas Louis Carlisle Mickey Catalanotto Tommy Bell R.E. Thomas Frank Bourgeois Don Marino Wayne Strickland Arlen Blackwell John Andre Mack Barlow Bill Hughes Titus Johnston 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

Pos. QB QB QB QB HB HB HB HB FB FB FB HB HB HB HB C C C G G G G G G G G T T T T T T T T E E E E E E E

Cl. So. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. So. Sr. Fr.

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

Wt. Ltrs. Hometown 155 0 Thibodaux, La. 155 1 Baton Rouge, La. 173 0 Bogalusa, La. 190 0 Magnolia, Miss. 150 1 Hahnville, La. 170 1 Baton Rouge, La. 185 0 Magnolia, Miss. 170 1 McComb, Miss. 190 0 Amite, La. 190 1 Baton Rouge, La. 190 0 Magnolia, Miss. 180 0 Gonzales, La. 160 1 Southbridge, Miss. 155 0 Paris, Texas 170 1 Kentwood, La. 200 0 Baton Rouge, La. 200 0 New Orleans, La. 200 0 New Orleans, La. 175 3 Bogalusa, La. 185 0 New Orleans, La. 190 0 Baton Rouge, La. 190 0 Bogalusa, La. 185 0 Bogalusa, La. 185 0 Arabi, La. 215 0 Baton Rouge, La. 170 0 Bogalusa, La. 200 0 Metairie, La. 190 1 Kenner, La. 215 0 Opelousas, La. 225 0 Gretna, La. 230 0 Natchez, Miss. 220 0 New Orleans, La. 205 0 New Orleans, La. 225 0 Bogalusa, La. 177 1 Amite, La. 185 1 Eunice, La. 200 0 New Orleans, La. 185 0 Houma, La. 183 1 Ponchatoula, La. 170 2 Hammond, La. 188 0 Krotz Springs, La.

1954 Results Date 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20

Opponent Result Score Site Northeast Louisiana * W 58-0 Home Southwestern Louisiana * W 32-0 Away Louisiana College * W 46-0 Home Mississippi Southern W 13-7 Away Arkansas State W 51-0 Away Stetson University W 62-0 Away Louisiana Tech * W 35-24 Home McNeese State * W 50-6 Home Northwestern State * W 32-6 Home

* - Gulf States Conference game

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football First Game Back - Aug. 30, 2003

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 24minute 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, rainsoaked 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 29of-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 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.

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Arkansas-Monticello Southeastern Louisiana

10 0

0 9

0 7

6 6

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17 22

FIRST QUARTER UAM - FG Baker 27, 8:54 UAM - Brown 16 pass from Allred (Baker kick), 1:18 SECOND SLU - FG SLU - FG SLU - FG

QUARTER Crockett 47, 11:04 Crockett 31, 2:30 Crockett 28, :23

THIRD QUARTER SLU - Russell 29 interception return (Crockett kick), 7:41 FOURTH QUARTER UAM - Stewart 15 pass from Allred (Baker kick), 8:45 SLU - Francis 22 pass from Hankins (run failed), 6:29

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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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Lions In The Pros

RONNIE HORNSBY, seen here playing in the 1971 Senior Bowl, was selected in the third round of the 1971 draft by the New York Giants. He played with the club four years through the 1974 campaign. FELTON HUGGINS, has spent the two seasons on the Buffalo Bills’ Practice Squad. The former All-American was a member of the Frankfort Galaxy of NFL Europe and played in the 2007 World Bowl.

CALVIN FAVRON, played four years at linebacker for the St. Louis Cardinals from 1979-82. Favron played in 50 games for the Cardinals and had one interception which he returned for 42 yards in 1981.

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DONALD DYKES was selected by the Jets in the second round of the 1978 draft and remains the Lions’ highest-ever selection in the NFL Draft. Dykes played for four years in the NFL with both the Jets and Chargers. In 1980 he was third on the Jets’ team with five interceptions.

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Lions In The Pros

MACK BOATNER was drafted by Miami in the ninth round of the 1982 NFL Draft but signed and played for the USFL’s Chicago Blitz rushing for 256 yards in 1983. Boatner then became an Arizona Wrangler in 1984 when the two franchises swapped. He rushed for 297 yards that season, helping the Wranglers to the USFL Championship game, and then 362 the following year, the final season of the USFL for the newly merged Arizona Outlaws alongside ex-Tampa Bay Bucanneer and Washington quarterback Doug Williams. Signed as a free agent with Tampa Bay before the start of the 1986 NFL season but broke his shoulder just seven games into the season, against New Orleans no less, and was placed on injured reserve for the rest of the year.

DRAFTED PLAYERS/SIGNED PRO YEAR 1946 1947 1948 1952 1956

1957 1959

1962 1964

1965 1966 1971 1978 1981 1982 1984 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2009 2009

NAME Albie Reisz Pat Kenelly T.J. Campion Jerome Davis Don Peroyea Huey Husser Elton Shaw Gerald Stone C.J. Alexander Oscar Lofton George Kostuch Elbert Harris Billy Johnson Ellis Johnson Jerry Joe Dunaway Maxie Williams Don Gunalda Billy Andrews Ronnie Hornsby Donald Dykes Calvin Favron Anthony Vereen Mack Boatner Bret Wright Brett Beard Ray Perkins Jonathanio Conley Felton Huggins Charles Hall Hutch Gonzales Demoris Hardiman Donald Usry Earl Cager Byron Ross Jay Lucas

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TEAM ROUND Cleveland Rams Chicago Bears Philadelphia Eagles Chicago Cardinals Chicago Bears Chicago Cardinals Green Bay Packers Cleveland Browns Edmonton Eskimos Boston Patriots New York Titans Dallas Cowboys Buffalo Bills Boston Patriots (65-66 B.P.) Boston Patriots Houston Oilers San Francisco 49ers Cleveland Browns New York Giants 3rd New York Jets 2nd St. Louis Cardinals 3rd Kansas City Chiefs 9th Miami Dolphins 9th New York Jets 8th Indianapolis Colts Free Agent San Diego Chargers Free Agent Rhein Fire (NFL-E) FA Draft/9 Jacksonville Jaguars Free Agent Cleveland Browns Free Agent Saskatchewan (CFL) Free Agent Detroit Lions Free Agent Baltimore Ravens Free Agent New York Giants Free Agent Saskatchewan (CFL) Free Agent Toronto (CFL) Free Agent

BILLY ANDREWS played for Cleveland from 1967-74. On September 21, 1970 against the defending Super Bowl champion New York Jets, Andrews intercepted a Joe Namath pass and returned it for a touchdown in the firstever Monday Night Football game as Cleveland won, 3121. Andrews was named the Browns’ defensive player of the year in 1971 and was a team captain in 1973.

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football River Bell Classic

eparated by the Mississippi River and a mere 94 miles Year Site Result Score apart, no two football-playing 1972 H W 31-9 schools in the Southland Conference 1973 H W 10-0 are as close as Southeastern and 1974 A L 0-10 Nicholls State. 1975 N* L 6-14 And the annual game played 1976 N* W 17-7 between the rivals is for the Riverbell. 1977 A W 17-14 The rivalry game, which began in 1978 N* W 10-0 1972 and was conceived by the Phi 1979 H W 38-0 Chapter Alumni Association of Sigma 1980 A W 35-20 Tau Gamma fraternity at Southeastern, 1981 H L 17-9 presents to the winner a trophy bearing 1982 A L 14-20 the riverbell and detailing the yearly vic1983 A L 0-6 tors. 1984 A L 7-36 The series, which was played year1985 H L 17-21 ly until 1985 when Southeastern 2005 H L 28-38 dropped the program, was resumed 20 2006 A L 10-14 years later with the trophy making its 2007 H W 17-13 return to Strawberry Stadium. 2008 A L 28-35 After a pair of Colonel victories in the renewal of the series that started in * - Louisiana Superdome 2005, Southeastern claimed the trophy for the first time since 1980 with a 1713 victory in the 2007 season-finale. (Above) Head coach Mike Lucas hoists Nicholls State claimed a 35-28 victhe River Bell Trophy after the Lions’ 17-13 tory in last year’s contest in Thibodaux win over Nicholls State in the 2007 season. (Above left) Michael Johnson carries and the teams will vie for the trophy in the trophy after playing in his final game. a televised game, Nov. 19 at (Left) Brent Blazevich examines the trophy while senior Chad Tedder holds the prize. Strawberry Stadium.

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2009 2009 Southeastern Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Football Football Southeastern Athletics Hall of Fame

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, 115 for-

mer student-athletes, coaches, administrators, staff and distinguished service inductees have been awarded this highest honor. Three former student-athletes - Angie Antonelli (Football), Wayne Booker (Men’s Basketball) and Deneka Knowles Bickham

(Women’s Basketball) - along with former track and field coach Larry Crow were enshrined into the Hall during the 2008 season. 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

1967-68 1968-69

1993-94

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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 1952-53 1954-55 1959-60 1962-63

1964-65 1966-67

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 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

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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 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

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Development Center, and 13 years as a full-time member of the accounting faculty. A Southeastern alumnus, Crain holds a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting, a Master of Business Administration and Certified Public Accountant status. He received his doctoral degree in accountancy from the University of Mississippi. During his tenure at Southeastern, he has chaired or served as a member of over 50 university committees and councils.

Southeastern University Presidents Linus A. Sims Y.L. Fontenot J. Leon Clark George W. Bond Gladney J. Tinsley Clark L. Barrow Luther Dyson J.B. Wooley (acting) Clea E. Parker J. Larry Crain G. Warren Smith Sally Clausen Randy Moffett John L. Crain

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Dr. John L. Crain University President r. John L. Crain serves as Southeastern Louisiana University’s fourteenth President. After having served in an interim capacity since last July the University of Louisiana System Board of Supervisors appointed him to the university’s highest post in February. Crain previously served as Provost, the university’s highest academic post, for seven years. His 22 years of experience on the Hammond campus includes head of the Department of Accounting, chair of the Council of Department Heads, president of the Faculty Senate, director of the Small Business

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He is a member of numerous professional, academic and community organizations including the Louisiana Blue Ribbon Commission for Educational Excellence, the Statewide Council of Chief Academic Officers, the Lake Pontchartrain Maritime Museum Board of Directors and the Louisiana Children’s Discovery Museum Board of Directors.

University of Louisiana System Board of Supervisors

Elsie Burkhalter, Chair Winfred Sibille, Vice Chair Wayne Parker, Parliamentarian Paul Aucoin Andre Coudrain Edward J. Crawford, III Dr. Mildred Gallot Gregory Hamer, Sr. E. Gerald Hebert Jeff Jenkins Renee Lapeyrolerie Jimmy Long, Sr. Russell Mosely Carl Shetler Dr. Eunice Smith Steven Jackson (student)

UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Tammy Bourg

Dr. Marvin Yates

Stephen Smith

Interim Provost Vice President Academic Affairs

Vice President Student Affairs

Vice President Administration and Finance

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Wendy JohnsLauderdale Vice President University Advancement

Dr. Joe Morris Chairman Faculty Athletic Committee

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1997-98, the Lions have captured 18 conference championships and in 2008-09, claimed the league’s Men’s All Sports Trophy for the first time. Erdmann has led the effort of improving Southeastern’s athletic facilities, including renovations to Strawberry Stadium, North Oak Park and the Southeastern Soccer Complex, a new state-of-the-art weight room, a Hall of Champions and an academic center that will help student-athletes in the pursuit of their respective degrees. Active in the Hammond community, Erdmann has led the charge in increasing Southeastern’s corporate sponsor program and overall image. Erdmann joined the UNA Athletic Department in 2002 and served concurrently as the institution's interim vice presi-

three times in four years, twice earning conference championships and reaching the national semi-finals. Under his leadership, the University achieved high academic performance among its student athletes, including the highest graduation rate of any four-year public institution with football in Alabama and the highest semester departmental grade point average in the school's history. As a director of a program with 12 sports, 270 student-athletes, and a staff of 50, Erdmann was responsible for the creation and control of a $3.5 million operating budget, successfully increasing every sport program's operating budget for the first time since 1988. He supervised $1.8 million in facility enhancements that included basketball arena renovations, an $800,000

Dr. Joel Erdmann Director of Athletics ersonable. Energetic. Optimistic. Genuine. Those are words best used to describe Dr. Joel Erdmann, who enters his third year as Director of Athletics at Southeastern Louisiana University. The son of a Methodist minister with family members spread out from Idaho, Minnesota, South Dakota and Texas, Erdmann has overseen an overall athletic program that rates as one of the best in the Southland Conference and the state of Louisiana. After directing the athletic program at the University of North Alabama in Florence for five years, Erdmann was named as Southeastern’s 12th Director of Athletics in May of 2007. At Southeastern, Erdmann oversees the school’s 15 NCAA Division I affiliated programs that compete in the Southland Conference. Since joining the SLC in

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dent for student affairs for a year in 2005. Ranked among the top schools in Division II and the Gulf South Conference, the UNA football team went to the national playoffs Southeastern Director of Athletics E.L. Ned McGehee Pat Kenelly Leo Jones Oscar Lofton Newton Chelette Bob Broadhead Al LeBlanc Tom Douple Dick Sharp Frank Pergolizzi Dennis Roland Joel Erdmann

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Senior Athletic Administration

Sherry Kennemer Associate AD for Compliance/SWA

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David Lichtenstein Associate AD for External Affairs

Andrew Bechac Assistant AD for Operations and Facilities

Hope Williams Assistant AD for Academic Success

softball field and stadium and major renovations to the baseball grandstand and locker rooms. In the area of fund raising, Erdmann enhanced the university's booster club, created a new corporate partner program that saw corporate giving increase from $40,000 to more than $300,000, and negotiated and signed new radio broadcast agreements. Prior to joining UNA, he served in a number of capacities at the University of South Alabama in Mobile, including assistant athletic director and director of the Jaguar Athletic Club, assistant to the athletic director handling compliance issues, game operations and special projects, associate professor in the College of Education where he also served as graduate assistant coordinator, and assistant baseball coach. Erdmann earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in education from South Dakota State University, a master's in education in physical education from the University of South Alabama, and a doctorate in sport management/athletic administration from Florida State University in Tallahassee. Erdmann has served as a member of the NCAA Division II National Football Committee since 2006, co-chaired the Division II Football Southeast Region Advisory Committee and served as a member of the Gulf South Conference Strategic Planning Committee. He is married to the former Tina Alberty of Kansas City, Mo., and they reside in Tickfaw.

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MEN’S GOLF

TRACK/ CROSS COUNTRY

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Jay Artigues

Tim Baldwin

Sean Brady

Lori Davis Jones

WOMEN’S TENNIS

WOMEN’S SOCCER

VOLLEYBALL

SOFTBALL

Jason Hayes

Blake Hornbuckle

Julie Langford

Pete Langlois

FOOTBALL

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Mike Lucas

Jim Yarbrough

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Program Assistants Baseball: ...................................................Justin Hill, Matt Riser Men’s Basketball: ........................Roman Banks, Larry Cordaro Women’s Basketball: .........................Eric Dumas, Brent Harris Football: .........................................Matt Webb, Tommy Condell, .................................................Tyronee Williams, Allen Rudolph, ...................................Patrick Garvin, Sam Petitto, Tyler Paopao Women’s Soccer: ................................................................TBA Softball: ....................................................Karin Smith Gadberry Track/Cross Country: ....................................Michael Bartolina, .........................................................................Brian Mondschein Volleyball: ............................................................Jon Haruguchi

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(all numbers area code 985) Soccer Academic Center 549-5131 Blake Hornbuckle Hope Williams Assistant AD/Academic Success TBA TBA Student Success Coordinator Softball Athletics Director 549-2395 Pete Langlois Dr. Joel Erdmann Director of Athletics Karin Smith Gadberry Tim Baldwin Assistant AD/Special Events Tyronee Williams Assistant AD/Community Service Strength and Conditioning Anna Woodall Administrative Assistant Scott Reeves Linda Alford Administrative Coordinator Michael Cano

549-5185 Head Coach Assistant Coach 549-5192 Head Coach Assistant Coach 549-5997 Director Assistant Coach

Athletic Training Tony Trombetta Meghan Campbell Laura Shelton

549-5133 Tennis (Women’s) 549-5193 Assistant AD/Sports Medicine Jason Hayes Head Coach Assistant Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer Ticket Operations 549-5466 Leslie Rolling Ticket Manager Baseball 549-2896 Jay Artigues Head Coach Track & Field/Cross Country 549-5188 Justin Hill Assistant Coach Sean Brady Head Coach Matt Riser Assistant Coach Michael Bartolina Assistant Coach Justin Cryer Assistant Coach Brian Mondschein Assistant Coach Erica Bartolina Volunteer Assistant Coach Business 549-5100 Tecla Schillage Business Manager Volleyball 549-5189 Julie Langford Head Coach Compliance 549-5127 Jon Haruguchi Assistant Coach Sherry Kennemer Associate AD/SWA Women’s Basketball 549-3473 Head Coach Development/Lion Athletic Association 549-5091 Lori Davis Jones David Lichtenstein Associate AD/External Operations Eric Dumas Assistant Coach Kirby Thomas Graduate Assistant Brent Harris Assistant Coach Judy Meyers Secretary Football 549-5550 Mike Lucas Head Coach Departmental Mailing Address: Southeastern Athletics Tommy Condell Assistant Coach SLU 10309 Patrick Garvin Assistant Coach Sam Petitto Assistant Coach Hammond, LA 70402 Allen Rudolph Assistant Coach Matt Webb Assistant Coach Overnight Mailing Address: Tyronee Williams Assistant Coach Southeastern Athletics 800 Galloway Drive Dexter Falgoust Graduate Assistant Tyler Paopao Graduate Assistant Hammond, LA 70402 Cody Samples Graduate Assistant Numbers to Know (area code 985): Golf 549-5186 Athletic Director 549-2395 Tim Baldwin Head Coach Ticket Office 549-5466 TBA Graduate Assistant Sports Information 549-2142 Athletics FAX 549-3495 Operations/Facilities 549-3419 Basketball Office FAX 549-3603 Andrew Bechac Assistant AD/Internal Operations Football Office FAX 549-5489 Sports Information FAX 549-3773 Media Relations 549-2142 Matt Sullivan Assistant AD/Media Relations Kemmler Chapple Associate Director Men’s Basketball Jim Yarbrough Roman Banks Larry Cordaro Judy Meyers

549-3744 Head Coach Associate Head Coach Assistant Coach Secretary

Retail Operations TBA

549-2387 Coordinator

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David Lichtenstein Associate AD for External Operations

he Lion Athletics Association is a not-for-profit organization which exists to assist in funding scholarships, operations and facilities for the Southeastern Louisiana University Lion Athletic Department. Lion athletics competes at the NCAA Division I level and in the highly competitive Southland Conference. At the core of the the mission of the department is the expectation to positively impact the lives of hundreds of student-athletes. These student-athletes positively represent the Lion Family with integrity and dignity as they prepare to be the leaders of tomorrow. Lion Athletics is committed to the development of the student-athlete in the following areas: • Academic Excellence • Competitive Excellence • Superior Citizenship Contributions to the Lion Athletics Association are overseen by a board of directors and directly impact the student-athletes and the sport programs. It is these funds that create the resources needed to maintain a level of achievement that proudly represents all members of the University community and the region that is serves.

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Mary Lou Coats Accounting Coordinator

Kirby Thomas Graduate Assistant

List of Athletic Endowments and Scholarships Richard Sharp Endowment

Barton and Mary Leader Endowed Scholarship

State Farm Endowment

Central Progressive Bank Endowment

Dick and Glory Sharp Endowment

Amy Livingston Oberschmidt Endowment - Tennis

Athletic Memorial Endowment

Dr. Dale Williams Endowment - Football

Ray “Coon” and Jackie Porta Endowment

David Venable Endowment - Football

John Faught Endowment - Baseball

Gary Glaser Memorial Scholarship - Football

Leigh and Duane Shafer Endowment

William and Launa Ladner Endowment - Football

Robin Roberts Endowment

Bob Duhe, Terry King and Joe Abene Endowment

Sandra Webb “Sandy” Goodwin Memorial Scholarship -

Red Stick Chapter Endowment - Football

Baseball

Charles and Kathy Reese Endowed Scholarship

Don and Willie Lewis Endowment - Baseball

Brooks and Dorothy Robinson Endowment

Ken and Christina Matherne Endowment

Grady Morgan Endowment - Athletic Training

Leroy and Elsie Chenevert Memorial Scholarship -

William and Emily Bond Endowment

Football

Sam and Chris Santora Memorial Scholarship

Donnie Jarreau Endowment - Football

Gary Sandifer Endowment (planned gift)

Anatomix Physical Therapy Endow. - Ath. Training

Terry Passman Endowment (planned gift)

Skibinski Family Endowment

Catherine and Duane Shafer Endowment

Sharlotte and Bret Brian Endowment - Football

Scott Patterson Endowment

Johnson Family Endowed Scholarship

Rick Durham Family Endowed Scholarship

Gino Marino Endowed Scholarship

John and Ellie Schroder Endowed Scholarship

Stevens Family Endowment

Greg Baker Endowed Scholarship

Ellis Johnson Endowment

Dr. Sonny Chandler Scholarship

Ray Renton Endowment - Football

Louis Wiginton Endowment

Manuel Dugas Endowment - Football

Colonial Pipeline Endowed Scholarship

Dr. Lee Mire Endowment - Football

Kelly Wells Endowed Scholarship (planned gift)

Danny Farris Endowment - Football

Sherry Beall Endowed Scholarship (planned gift)

Duane and Verne Floyd Endowment - Football

Marino-Leblanc Endowment - Football

Stanley Galloway Endowment - Football

Dr. Robert and Lydia Hardy Endowed Scholarship -

Pat Kenelly Endowment - Baseball

Baseball

Junior and Peggy Matheu Endowment - Football

Lura Hornosky Manzella Memorial Scholarship - Baseball

Robert E. Lee Endowed Scholarship

Bobby Felder Endowed Scholarship - Track and Field

Duke Robin Endowment - Football

FeLions Endowed Scholarship

Pete Valenti Memorial Scholarship

David Y. Brian Family Endowed Scholarship

Ralph and Margaret Daigle Endowment Joel Champagne Endowment

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