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Table of Contents This Is Seawolves Football Contents/Credits .............................................................1 Stony Brook Football................................................... 2-3 Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium........................................ 4-5 Student-Athlete Develop./Strength and Cond............. 6-7 About Stony Brook....................................................... 8-9 About Long Island.....................................................10-11 This Is Stony Brook Football..........................................12 2009 Preview Season Outlook....................................................... 14-17 2009 Rosters........................................................... 18-19 Roster Analysis........................................................ 20-21 Seawolves by State.......................................................22 Coaching Staff Chuck Priore, Head Coach...................................... 24-25 Assistant Coaches................................................... 26-29 Stony Brook Football Philosophy...................................30 Meet the Seawolves Returning Player Profiles......................................... 32-47 Newcomer Profiles.................................................. 48-50 2008 In Review 2008 Game Recaps/Box Scores............................. 52-57 2008 Team Stats............................................................57 2008 Individual Stats/Starters.................................. 58-59 2008 Game Highs..........................................................60

2009 Opponents Opponent Information.............................................. 62-67 2009 Series Records.....................................................67 Big South Conference............................................. 68-69 All-Time Series Records................................................70 Records & History Individual Records................................................... 72-78 Stadium Records...........................................................79 Team Records......................................................... 80-81 Last Time It Happened..................................................81 Individual Honors..................................................... 82-83 All-Time Roster........................................................ 84-86 All-Time Results.............................................................87 All-Time Year-by-Year.............................................. 87-88 University/Media Information Dr. Samuel L. Stanley Jr., President..............................90 Dr. Randall Susman, F.A.R............................................90 Jim Fiore, Director of Athletics.......................................91 Head Coaches...............................................................92 Athletics Phone Directory..............................................92 Athletics Staff Directory.................................................93 Stony Brook Sports Medicine........................................94 Media Information/Directions.........................................95 Athletic Communications...............................................96

Credits: The 2009 Stony Brook Football media guide is a publication of the Stony Brook Athletics Communication Office. Written and designed by Phil Hess. Cover designs by Tong & Chiu Communication Design. Editorial assistance provided by the Athletics Communications staff; Jeremy Cohen, Adam Gutes and Craig Schroeder. Photos by Bob O’Rourk and the Stony Brook University Communications office. Printed by Graphic Solutions for Business, Kings Park, New York. Additional copies of this publication can be purchased for $10 apiece, please contact the Stony Brook Athletics Communications Office.

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Stadium Quick Facts General Architect Richard Dattner General Contractor Tyree Organization Broke Ground May 2000 Capacity 8,136 Chairback Seating 500 on east side Surface Field Turf (artificial surface with sand and rubber granules infill with subsurface drainage system) - New 89,298 sq. ft. surface installed in June 2009 Luxury Suites Four, plus two open-air reception areas

Unique Characteristics ■ Stadium is 10-feet below ground ■ Home to: football, M&W lacrosse, M&W soccer ■ Entrances: four (Northeast, East Center, Southeast, Southwest) ■ 2 Paver Circles: Northeast & Southeast ■ Entrances (25 feet in diameter and each holds 4,250 pavers

LaValle Highlights Sept. 14, 2002 Chad King christens the new stadium by taking the opening kickoff and returning it 94 yards for a touchdown as Stony Brook went on to defeat St. John’s, 34-9, before a sellout crowd of 8,136 Oct. 19, 2002 Stony Brook officially names the facility in honor of N.Y. State Senator Kenneth P. LaValle, who was instrumental in bringing the stadium to Stony Brook. May 20, 2006 Stony Brook University hosts the NCAA Men’s Lacrosee North Quarterfinals before a sellout crowd of 8,335, the largest crowd in Stony Brook history. Oct. 20, 2007 Stony Brook wins its first game against a full-scholorship FCS team when it defeats Maine, 30-23, in overtime. The crowd of 7,328 is the second largest football attendance in Lavalle Stadium history.


• Stony Brook StudentAthletes achieved an overall America East GPA of 3.01 in 2008-09, the third straight year it has been over 3.0.

• 184 student-athletes were named to the America East Honor Roll in 2008-09.

• 67 Seawolves garnered Commissioner’s Honor Roll accolades for posting a GPA of 3.5 or above.

• Four Stony Brook student -athletes were honored as 2009 SUNY Chancellor ScholarAthletes.


2009 Outlook


Outlook Fresh off its first season as a member of the Big South Conference, the Stony Brook University football program gained a lot of experience during its first foray into the midst of a battle for a conference championship and the Seawolves plan on using that experience in 2009 as it aims for the top of the Big South standings. Stony Brook does not have far to go, as a strong finish to the 2008 season left the Seawolves in a tie for second-place in the final Big South standings. Going into his fourth season with the program, Head Coach Chuck Priore has the tools at his disposal to shape the Stony Brook program into a contender again in the Big South. While the team lost a large senior class, the Seawolves return seven offensive and eight defensive starters from 2008 that will give the Seawolves a solid foundation to build on. Offensively, Stony Brook will return an offense that is capable of putting big numbers up on the scoreboard. The attack will feature a ground game that ranked ninth in the nation in 2008, churning out nearly 230 yards per game and producing the nation’s only 1,000yard rushing tandem. That tandem, sophomore Edwin Gowins and senior Conte Cuttino, return to the Seawolves backfield for 2009 and are primed for another spectacular season that will set the tone for a potentially powerful attack. Cuttino earned All-Big South honors after breaking the school career rushing mark last year, while Gowins was named the National Freshman of the Year by the College Sporting News as well as the Big South Freshman of the Year after breaking the school single-season rushing mark. A switch from a 3-4 to a 4-3 scheme will be the major change on a defensive unit that returns virtually its entire linebacker and defensive backfield units. A pair of All-Big South selections, linebacker Tyler Santucci and cornerback Chris Richards, will lead the unit as it makes its transition. “The 2009 team has a good mixture of kids that have had playing time and been with the program for four years with our coaching staff,” remarked Priore. “We have a good group of incoming players and it will also be our first year with the full complement of scholarships which will give us better depth. We did graduate a lot of contributors to the program, but with the results of our spring practice and what we do in fall camp we will be able to fill those voids. “I am excited about the opportunity to work with this group. I see this as a hard working team that can reach its goals through its work ethic and commitment to success.”

game, catching a career best 11 passes out of the backfield. Gowins will again provide a contrast to Cuttino in the backfield with his power running style. His powerful running last season made it nearly impossible for opponents to bring him down for a loss – he lost just 16 yards in 140 attempts – and combined with his burst of speed thru the line resulted in a school record 1,310 yards and 11 scores. Not only did his rushing total set a school record, it led all freshmen in all of Division I at both the FCS and FBS levels. Behind Stony Sophomore Ed Gowins led all freshman Brook’s impressive 1-2 combo, junior Rock at the Division I level with a school-record 1,310 yards in 2008. Contardi has the most experience at the position on the team, with 36 carries over his first two seasons with the Seawolves. Beyond that SBU will be young, with a group of freshman on the roster providing the depth on the team. “Running back will again be the strength of our team,” observed Priore. “Certainly we have a 1-2 punch with Conte Cuttino and Eddie Gowins that had a lot of success last season. Losing parts of the offensive line will hurt us a bit, but those two kids are quality players that should be recognized nationally and they will be who we build our offense around.”

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Running Back

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Without question the focus of opposing teams in 2009 will be on the potent Stony Brook running game. The Seawolves will feature not one, but two returning 1,000-yard rushers; giving Stony Brook the best returning running back duo in the nation at the FCS level. In fact, senior Conte Cuttino and sophomore Ed Gowins were the only two backs from the same team to rush for over 1,000 yards in 2008. Cuttino had his finest season to date in 2008, running for a career-high 1,195 yards while scoring seven touchdowns. A second team All-Big South selection, he is already Stony Brook’s all-time leader in rushing and is poised to have another standout season for the Seawolves in 2009. A durable back, he started every game in 2008 and averaged nearly 20 carries per game. He possesses the speed to get around the corner and streak up the sideline as well as the strength to punch through interior holes. Last season he also added another dimension to his

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Senior Conte Cuttino is Stony Brook’s alltime leading rusher, earning All-Big South honors in 2008 after a 1,195-yard season.

Quarterback Quarterback was a question mark going into last season, with no experienced players returning for the Seawolves. The experience level will be improved in 2009 with the return of last season’s starter, sophomore Dayne Hoffman, but he is the only player on the roster with significant game experience. Despite the lack of experience, the position will be deeper than it was a year ago, providing Stony Brook with more options at the position. As a redshirt freshman last season, Hoffman stepped in as the starter in the first game and stayed there all season. Gaining experience and confidence as the season wore on, Hoffman finished with a respectable 1,636 yards and 11 scores through the air. Hitting his stride once conference play started, Hoffman completed over 53 percent of his passes in Big South games and threw for seven scores vs. just three interceptions. While they have not played a down at Stony Brook, the Seawolves have two other quarterbacks from the JC ranks that bring game experience and solid credentials to the position. Sophomore Michael Coulter has been with the team since January after play-


Outlook ing last season at Santa Ana College in California where he threw for over 1,600 yards and 10 scores. Junior Matt Dardenne redshirted last season for SBU and now has a year and a half of experience with the system under his belt. A two-year starter at Laney College in California, he threw for over 5,000 yards and 50 TDs in his two years there. Also returning for his senior season is Dan Sweeney who was Hoffman’s backup in 2008. He threw for a career-high 110 yards, completing 14 of his 22 attempts. “We are fortunate to have the players that we do at quarterback,” said Priore. “Dayne Hoffman had a very good first year playing for us and we need him to take the next step forward this season. We still have Dan Sweeney who is a fifth-year player that has been a great backup and provides a lot of leadership at the position. We have Matt Dardenne, who redshirted last season after coming in from the JC ranks, and we added Mike Coulter from junior college as well. I think that there is keen competition among our quarterbacks and it should make for an exciting preseason.”

Receivers

Tight Ends While the wide-out corps is relatively inexperienced, Stony Brook’s tight ends are an experienced group, with a trio of solid seniors returning to the squad. Senior Chris Tyler started at tight end last season and averaged 11 yards per catch for the Seawolves. Senior Melaquan Saffold, who also fills the role of lead blocker for the running game, has regularly slipped out of the backfield during his career, making 15 catches and scoring three touchdowns. Senior Bo Cassel was solid in his first season at Stony Brook, playing in 10 games and bringing

Offensive Line A strength of the team a year ago, the Stony Brook offensive line should again be a solid unit for the Seawolves. The unit will have to replace the left guard and tackle positions where a pair of three-year starters graduated, but the remainder of the group returns for 2009 and will provide a strong base to build from. In 2008 the offensive front cleared the way for a ground game that ranked No. 9 in the nation while ranking among the top-40 in sacks allowed. With a blend of experience and talent the offensive front should be solid again in 2009. The right side of the line will be the most experienced, with seniors Jeff Santos and Chris Pugliese returning after starting all of last season at tackle and guard respectively. Both have played extensively for the past two seasons, with the duo combining to start every game but one last season and seeing action in every game but two over the past two seasons. Winning the starting job at center midway through his freshman season, Paul Fenaroli returns to the position in 2009 as the most experienced lineman in terms of starts for Stony Brook. He has started 16 straight games for the Seawolves at center, the longest starting streak on offense for the squad. A trio of players, senior Markell Watson, juJunior Paul Fenaroli leads the ofnior Emmett Phillips and fensive line with 16 consecutive starts sophomore Mario Dattilo coming into the 2009 season. have all been with the program for at least two years and will have their names in the mix for larger roles this season. One spot to look to when searching for potential starters comes from a group of five players who come to Stony Brook with previous experience at other schools. Senior Danny Muy played last year at Stony Brook, getting into four games last season after transferring in from Florida International. Juniors Brian Crew and Phillip Vournazos come to the Seawolves from the California junior college ranks where both were all-conference selections and joined the team in January. Sophomore Joe Faiella will also add his name to the mix after transferring in from Maryland. “This is an area that is a concern for us after graduating two, three-year starters from the left side of the line,” said Priore. “We do

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If there is an area where new faces will be prominent for the Stony Brook offense it will be at wide receiver where the team lost its top three players in terms of catches and yardage. There are a number of candidates waiting to step up in 2009, but it will be an inexperienced group that starts the season for the Seawolves. Senior Stephan Towns looks to be the top candidate for one of the wide out slots. He played in six games in 2008 but made just one catch during the season. His speed has impressed in off-season drills, however, and he is expected to make a contribution in 2009 after grabbing six passes, two for scores, in the spring game. Junior Donald Porter has turned into one of Stony Brook’s top return specialists during his first two seasons at SBU and enters 2009 as the top returning receiver in terms of catches with 11 to his credit a year ago. Senior Adrian Sawyer had a solid first year for the Seawolves last season playing as a tight end, making 10 catches including the game-winner against Charleston Southern. He will move to the outside in 2009 where his size could play a factor against smaller defensive backs. Junior Michael Lepore made seven catches in a reserve role in 2008 while also serving as the team’s primary holder on field goals and extra points and is a candidate for more time at a receiver position. Junior Cameron Hall comes to Stony Brook from the West Coast JC ranks where he hauled in 51 passes last season, making him one of the most experienced receivers on the team in terms of game time. Jordan Gush redshirted his first season at Stony Brook and is ready to step in after taking last season to learn the offense. “We graduated the two guys who have led us in receiving over the last three years, but we came out of spring ball very pleased where we are at receiver,” said Priore. “Stephan Towns came out of the spring as our leading receiver. DJ Porter, Mike Lepore and Jordan Gush all stepped up and had great springs as well. We also have Cameron Hall coming in from junior college as well as newcomers Matt Brevi and Myles Campbell who will all add to the mix to give us good balance and experience.”

in five catches and leading the group with 75 total yards. Sophomore Brett Arce and redshirt freshman David Shukri will provide depth at the position for the Seawolves. Arce has one season of junior college experience under his belt while Shukri redshirted last season as he gained a year of experience in the program. “The tight end position will be another strength of our team,” remarked Priore. “Chris Tyler and Melaquan Saffold are four-year players that bring a lot of experience, and Bo Cassel coming off his first year in our program gives us a number of options. We also brought in Brett Arce to the mix from the junior college ranks, so it will be a strong position for us. We need and use a lot of tight ends; their ability to contribute on both the blocking side and receiving side will be very important to our success.”

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Outlook have our starting center, Paul Fenaroli, coming back as well as our right guard, Chris Pugliese, and right tackle, Jeff Santos. Going through spring ball the left guard and tackle positions were up for grabs. Markell Watson and Emmett Phillips are competing for those positions along with Danny Muy. We also have some transfers and newcomers in the program that we will be taking a look at as well.”

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Defensive Line

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As experienced as the defensive line was going into last season, the front of the Stony Brook defense will be the least experienced part of the unit going into the 2009 season. That is not to say that there is no talent available, but the unit will be young and inexperienced after the group lost all of its starters from last season to graduation. One player that returns with some experience is sophomore Ryan Haber. After redshirting his freshman season, Haber made his debut last year and saw action in eight games. He showed a knack for making big plays, finishing among the team leaders in tackles for loss, with his total yardage lost on those stops ranking fourth on the squad. Another player with experience is senior Josh Auerbach. After spending the latter half of the 2008 season as a blocking back on offense, he will move back to the defensive side of the ball where he has played in 18 games during his career. While he has yet to play a down at Stony Brook, senior Chris Perri should emerge as one of the stalwarts of the line. He brings Big 12 playing experience to the line after transferring from Colorado where he was a regular for the Buffalos during the 2007 season After sitting out last season after transferring from Colorado, . Another transfer that could help right away is senior Ryan Sollazzo. He comes to the Seawolves from the program at Florida Atlantic where he appeared in 10 games over two seasons. A pair to watch for after strong spring seasons are sophomore Michael Marino and junior Frank Conti. Marino sat out last season after transferring from Southern Connecticut State and is a Long Island native, earning All-Suffolk County honors at Longwood High School. Conti is another local product that spent the past two seasons at nearby Nassau Community College where he lettered twice. Immediate help from the JC ranks should come in the person of Joseph Kirkpatrick. An all-conference selection at Trinity Valley CC in Texas, he could step into a significant role right away. Two other first-year players could also play big roles on the Stony Brook defensive line. Sophomore Alex Probasco has not played football in two years, but brings first team all-state credentials with him from California where he made 85 solo tackles as a senior in high school. True freshmen Elias Martinez and Julio Geronimo could also play a role right away after strong high school careers in California and New Jersey respectively. “This is probably my biggest concern going into the preseason,” remarked Priore. “It is certainly not for lack of talent, but for a lack of experience. That being said, we have two of the best defensive linemen that I have had since I have been at Stony Brook in Ryan Haber and Chris Perri. Both of them will be very successful in the new defensive scheme as well as provide leadership on the field. We need to build depth with a couple of transfers, our returning players and our freshman class.”

Linebacker Inexperience will not be a problem at linebacker for Stony Brook in 2009 as the Seawolves return all of their starters from last season and then some; a total of five letterwinners altogether. Together the group accounted for well over 200 tackles and 16.5 tackles for loss. Senior Tyler Santucci earned All-Big South recognition last year during his first tour of duty in the conference and led Stony

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Brook in tackles with 79 while also breaking up a team-high five pass attempts. A high intensity player who has a nose for getting to the football, he has played in every game in his career but one and will serve as one of the Seawolves’ captains in 2009. Senior Carl Teague made an impact in his first season at Stony Brook after transferring to the Seawolves from Connecticut. Holding down a starting position on the outside, he finished third on the team in tackles and was also among the team leaders in An All-Big South pick in 2008, senior linetackles for loss and backer Tyler Santucci led Stony Brook in sacks. tackles in 2008. A third senior in the linebacking corps is Julian Glenn. Earning a starting spot for the first time in his career in 2008, he responded by starting every game and coming up with career-highs in every category. A pair of juniors are also in the mix at linebacker, making the position a very deep and experienced one for Stony Brook. Steven Schwicke was one of the starters in the 3-4 scheme employed a year ago and proved to be a solid force in the middle where he finished second on the team with 60 stops, a career-high. Chevar Rankins has been hampered by injuries the past two seasons, limiting him to just five games over that time. Back to full health, he made 50 tackles as a true freshman when he started every game for the Seawolves. His return will be an added plus to the unit as it transitions to the 4-3 in 2009. One name to watch for in the ranks of newcomers to the team in 2009 at linebacker is that of Craig Richardson. Like Gowins and Hoffman from the SBU offense, Richardson is a product of the Bridgton Academy program in Maine. A native of Massachusetts, he has been with the Stony Brook program since January and made a strong impression during spring practice. “Linebacker is one of our deeper positions,” said Priore. “Running a 3-4 in the past has given us more linebackers in the program, so it is a deeper position for us. Tyler Santucci is a three-year starter and Steven Schwicke and Julian Glenn are proven performers for us. We have Chevar Rankins coming back from knee surgery along with players like Carl Teague that give us great depth and the opportunity to keep fresh people on the field.”

Defensive Backs

Like it was a year ago, the Stony Brook defensive backfield is a talented and deep group that should prove to be among the best units in the Big South Conference. All four starters return from 2008, as well as three other letterwinners that will make the group one of the most experienced in the league. Senior Cory Giddings has been a key part of the Stony Brook defensive backfield since his freshman season, starting all but three games since he arrived on the SBU campus. One of those players who seems to be able to come up with the big play when needed,


Outlook against those passing attacks with the talent and depth that we have.”

Special Teams After graduating Luke Gaddis, one of Stony Brook’s all-time leading kick scorers, the Seawolves kicking game will be up for grabs in 2009 and will be one of the battles to watch in fall practice. Redshirt freshman Wesley Skiffington and true freshman Drew Evangelista are the two candidates for the place-kicking chores. Evangelista was a three-time all-conference kicker in New Jersey while Skiffington was a four-time letterwinner in Florida where he kicked four field goals as a senior. Helping with his experience from a year ago will be sophomore Michael Lepore who will continue in his role as the starting holder for the Seawolves. Sophomore Josh Gibson and redshirt freshman Matt Luby are expected to battle it out for the punting chores in 2009. Stony Brook’s return game should be solid, with all of the team’s primary returners back from a year ago. Donald Porter is already one of Stony Brook’s all-time leaders in kick return yards and has a chance to become just the third player to reach the 1,000-yard mark in 2009. Conte Cuttino is listed among the all-time kick returners as well and will join Porter as one of the primary options in this area. Guillory led Stony Brook with 10 punt return attempts in 2008 and is expected to be one of the top returners again along with Jordan Gush, who returned a punt and two kickoffs for scores as a senior in high school. “Our kicking game is another area that we will be addressing in the fall,” said Priore. “We will be better on our coverage teams because of our improved overall depth on the team. We have two scholarship players and two walk-ons competing for our kicking positions that will make this another interesting area in preseason.” Stony Brook’s schedule in 2009 will be challenging once again, with a quirk in the process resulting in just four home games for the Seawolves. The home opener will mark the first-ever appearance by an Ivy League school in LaValle Stadium when Brown will take on SBU on September 19. Stony Brook opens the season at Long Island rival Hofstra on September 5 before traveling to Colgate, an FCS playoff team in 2008, on September 12. The Seawolves will also take their longest trip since 2000 when it travels to North Dakota for a game on October 10. The Seawolves will also host Big South games against Presbyterian, Coastal Carolina and Liberty, the defending conference champion.

Stony Brook will play its 2009 home games on a new, state-of-theart Field Turf Playing surface. The 89,298 square foot installation was completed in June.

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his five career interceptions lead the team as do his three defensive touchdowns scored. A versatile player for the Seawolves, he can play at either the corner or safety positions. Fellow senior Chris Richards picked off a pair of passes in his first game at Stony Brook a year ago and went on to become an All-Big South selection at cornerback. An athletic player that is capable of locking down a receiver, he is also a sure-handed tackler that lets few opponents through his grasp. Moving up from his corner position a year ago he was among the team Stony Brook’s leader in interceptions in leaders with 32 solo 2008, senior cornerback Chris Richards tackles. earned All-Big South honors a year ago. Moving into a starting role after a season-ending injury to one of Stony Brook’s safeties, junior Arin West proved to be a valuable addition to the defense and finished the season leading all defensive backs with 58 tackles. With that year of experience he will be a key player in the middle of the Stony Brook defense in 2009. Senior Benjamin Clements is also a versatile player in the defensive backfield and gives the team an option at either corner or a safety position. A regular for the past two seasons for SBU, he has been among the leaders in the defensive backfield in tackles in each of those two seasons. Sophomore Corey Stringer is also ready to step in and contribute after missing last season with an injury. Senior Dayton Guillory started the season primarily as a special teams player in his first season at SBU, but saw more playing time at a corner position as the season progressed and he gained experience in the Seawolves’ system. With that experience under his belt he will give SBU some valuable depth at corner. Among the safeties, redshirt freshman Dominick Reyes had a strong spring season and appears ready to make a contribution in 2009 after spending last year learning the SBU defensive system. Senior Luis Altamiranda made the switch to defensive back a year ago from offense and was a strong contributor on special teams for the Seawolves. With his experience from a year ago he will provide depth for SBU while still playing a role with the special teams units. A promising group of new faces will bolster the defensive backfield in 2009 for Stony Brook. Highlighting the group are two talented players who are expected to challenge for playing time right away. Justin Blake and Taj Johnson bring all-state credentials with them from New Jersey and California after standout prep careers that saw Blake pick off three passes as a senior and Johnson coming up with a pair of interceptions in his final season. A two-time all-conference selection, A.J. Valentine, also from New Jersey, will add valuable depth to the position. “Our secondary is one of the stronger positions on our team,” said Priore. “We bring back some quality players like Cory Giddings who has been a four-year player for us, and Arin West and Chris Richards, both of whom have two years of experience with us. We also have a lot of depth with players like Corey Stringer, Dominick Reyes, Benji Clements and Dayton Guillory. We are in a passing league and our secondary is strong and should be able to compete

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Outlook Numerical No. Name

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Pos. Ht.

Wt.

Hometown (High School/Last School) Uniondale, N.Y. (Uniondale)

No. Name

Cl.

Pos.

34 Luis Altamiranda Sr.

DB TE

1

Conte Cuttino

Sr.

RB

5-10

195

2

Cameron Hall

Jr.

WR

6-4

210 Foothill Ranch, Calif. (Laguna Hills/Orange Coast Coll.)

84 Brett Arce

3

Julian Glenn

Sr.

LB

6-1

220

Uniondale, N.Y. (Holy Trinity/Maine)

90 Josh Auerbach

Sr.

DL

4

Melaquan Saffold

Sr.

TE

6-1

250

Syracuse, N.Y. (Corcoran)

69 Michael Bamiro

So.

OL

5

Dayton Guillory

Sr.

DB

6-0

175

Bossier City, La. (Bossier/Yuba Coll.)

38 Gary Beddoe

Fr.

FB

41 Justin Blake

Fr.

DB

80 Matt Brevi

So. WR

43 Bilal Browne

6

Donald Porter

Jr.

WR

5-8

170

Charles Town, W.Va. (Martinsburg)

7

Myles Campbell

Fr.

WR

5-11

170

Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. (John Muir)

8

Benjamin Clements

Sr.

DB

5-8

175

Glen Burnie, Md. (DeMatha Catholic)

So.

So.

RB DB

Sr.

LB

6-1

230 St. Petersburg, Fla. (St. Petersburg Catholic/UConn)

19 Sean Burgwardt So.

10 Michael Coulter

So.

QB

6-1

205

56 Casey Callahan

Fr.

LB

11 Bo Cassel

Sr.

TE

6-4

245 Rough and Ready, Calif. (Nevada Union/Butte CC)

7 Myles Campbell

Fr.

WR

12 Dan Sweeney

Sr.

QB

6-0

195

Niskayuna, N.Y. (Colonie Central)

11 Bo Cassel

Sr.

TE

13 Ryan Famulari

Sr.

QB

6-2

200

Stony Brook, N.Y. (Ward Melville)

9

18

Cl.

Alphabetical

Carl Teague

Yorba Linda, Calif. (El Dorado/Santa Ana Coll.)

15 Matt Dardenne

Jr.

QB

6-4

205

Fremont, Calif. (Livermore/Laney Coll.)

16 Dayne Hoffman

So.

QB

6-2

230

Ada, Mich. (Forrest Hills Cent./Bridgton Acad.)

17 Rock Contardi

Jr.

RB

6-1

210

Melbourne, Fla. (Holy Trinity)

8 Benjamin Clements Sr.

DB

17 Rock Contardi

Jr.

RB

97 Frank Conti

Jr.

DL

10 Michael Coulter

So.

QB

65 Brian Crew

Jr.

OL

1 Conte Cuttino

Sr.

RB

18 Cory Giddings

Sr.

DB

5-11

190

Ocean, N.J. (Ocean Township)

19 Sean Burgwardt

So.

DB

5-8

180

Rocky Hill, Conn. (Rocky Hill)

20 Rich Vitale

Fr.

LB

5-8

176

Higganum, Conn. (New London)

15 Matt Dardenne

Jr.

QB

21 Arin West

Jr.

DB

6-0

205

Toms River, N.J. (Toms River North)

70 Mario Dattilo

So.

OL

22 Major Mobley

Fr.

WR

5-11

165

Mt. Laurel, N.J. (Cherokee)

39 Nick Deluca

Fr.

FB

31 Peace Edafe

Fr.

DB

27 Drew Evangelista Fr.

K

23 Edwin Gowins

So.

RB

5-11

222

Bellport, N.Y. (Bellport/Bridgton Acad.)

24 Dominick Reyes

R-Fr.

DB

6-4

200

Hesperia, Calif. (Hesperia)

25 Jordan Gush

R-Fr.

WR

6-0

185

Richardson, Texas (J.J. Pearce)

63 Joe Faiella

So.

OL

57 Matt Faiella

Fr.

LB

26 Corey Stringer

So.

DB

6-2

210

Warren, Ohio (Harding/Connecticut)

27 Drew Evangelista

Fr.

K

5-8

175

Cedar Grove, N.J. (Cedar Grove)

89 Kevin Famulari

Fr.

WR

28 Chris Richards

Sr.

DB

6-0

175

Quartz Hills, Calif. (James Monroe/Michigan)

13 Ryan Famulari

Sr.

QB

29 Adam Love

Jr.

TE

6-1

220

Lewisberry, Pa. (Redland/Richmond)

75 Paul Fenaroli

Jr.

OL

30 Vincent Polo

Fr.

RB

5-11

161

Wantagh, N.Y. (Wantagh)

55 Chris Fenelon

Jr.

LB

72 Julio Geronimo

Fr.

DL

31 Peace Edafe

Fr.

DB

5-11

200

Staten Island, N.Y. (Salisbury (Conn.) School)

32 Chevar Rankins

Jr.

LB

6-1

235

Middletown, Conn. (Xavier)

50 Josh Gibson

So.

K/P

33 Eddie Mateo

Fr.

RB

5-9

190

Bethlehem, Pa. (Freedom)

18 Cory Giddings

Sr.

DB

48 Jimmy Gilburn

Fr.

DB

3 Julian Glenn

Sr.

LB

34 Luis Altamiranda

Sr.

DB

5-11

217

Mamaroneck, N.Y. (Rye Neck)

35 Craig Richardson

Fr.

LB

6-1

235

Revere, Mass. (Malden Catholic/Bridgton Acad.)

36 Taj Johnson

Fr.

DB

5-10

180

Upland, Calif. (Upland)

38 Gary Beddoe

Fr.

FB

6-0

230

Endicott, N.Y. (Union Endicott)

39 Nick Deluca

Fr.

FB

5-8

220

Allentown, Pa. (Parkland)

40 Nase Reid

Fr.

DB

5-11

185

North Brunswick, N.J. (North Brunswick Twp.)

41 Justin Blake

Fr.

DB

5-10

180

Piscataway, N.J. (Piscataway)

42 A.J. Valentine

Fr.

DB

5-10

185

Marlton, N.J. (Cherokee)

23 Edwin Gowins

So.

RB

5 Dayton Guillory

Sr.

DB

25 Jordan Gush

R-Fr. WR

96 Ryan Haber

So.

DL

2 Cameron Hall

Jr.

WR

67 Scott Hernandez Fr.

OL

So.

QB

Fr.

DB

93 Joseph Kirkpatrick Jr.

DL

49 Jason Lazar

Sr.

LB

82 Michael Lepore

Jr.

WR

43 Bilal Browne

So.

RB

5-10

196

Brentwood, N.Y. (Brentwood)

16 Dayne Hoffman

44 Tyler Santucci

Sr.

LB

6-1

235

New Kensington, Pa. (Valley)

36 Taj Johnson

45 Kenny Tuiloma

Fr.

LB

5-10

230

Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beach Polytechnic)

46 Stephen Schwicke

Jr.

LB

6-1

240

East Patchogue, N.Y. (Bellport)

47 Marlon Tudor

So.

DB

5-10

170

South Ozone Park, N.Y. (Jamaica)

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Cl.

Pos. Ht.

Wt.

Alphabetical Hometown (High School/Last School)

No. Name

Cl.

Pos.

29 Adam Love

Jr.

TE

52 Matt Luby

R-Fr.

51 Michael Marino

So.

94 Elias Martinez

Fr.

DL

33 Eddie Mateo

Fr.

RB

48 Jimmy Gilburn

Fr.

DB

5-11

195

Manalapan, N.J. (Manalapan)

49 Jason Lazar

Sr.

LB

5-10

220

Oceanside, N.Y. (Oceanside/Nassau CC)

50 Josh Gibson

So.

K/P

5-11

210

Reisterstown, Md. (Franklin)

51 Michael Marino

So.

DL

6-1

290

Middle Island, N.Y. (Longwood/S. Conn. St.)

52 Matt Luby

R-Fr.

P

5-10

170

Sharon Springs, N.Y. (Troy)

53 John Zorbas

R-Fr.

DL

5-11

220

Woodside, N.Y. (Bayside)

74 Eric Mauler

R-Fr. OL

54 Wesley Skiffington

R-Fr.

K/P

6-2

205

Brandon, Fla. (Armwood)

81 Chris McMillan

Fr.

WR

55 Chris Fenelon

So.

LB

6-0

230

Bellerose, N.Y. (St. Francis Prep)

22 Major Mobley

Fr.

WR

66 Daniel Muy

Sr.

OL

92 Adam Nowak

Fr.

LB

99 Christopher Perri Sr.

DL

56 Casey Callahan

Fr.

LB

5-11

215

Tampa, Fla. (Armwood)

57 Matt Faiella

Fr.

LB

6-3

225

Freehold, N.J. (Freehold Twp.)

59 Reza Zoroufie

Fr.

K

5-10

180

Brentwood, Tenn. (Antioch)

61 Jeff Santos

Sr.

OL

6-3

290

Irvine, Calif. (Woodbridge)

63 Joe Faiella

So.

OL

6-5

310

Freehold, N.J. (Freehold Twp./Maryland)

65 Brian Crew

Jr.

OL

6-4

290

66 Daniel Muy

Sr.

OL

6-2

280

67 Scott Hernandez

Fr.

OL

6-6

320

Fort Worth, Texas (Juan Seguin)

69 Michael Bamiro

So.

OL

6-8

345

Tobyhanna, Pa. (Pocono Mtn. West)

70 Mario Dattilo

So.

OL

6-4

275

Centereach, N.Y. (Centereach)

71 Christopher Pugliese

Sr.

OL

6-0

310

Medford, N.Y. (Patchogue-Medford)

72 Julio Geronimo

Fr.

DL

6-2

280

East Orange, N.J. (East Orange)

74 Eric Mauler

R-Fr.

OL

6-2

280

Edgewater, Md. (South River)

P DL

76 Emmett Phillips

Jr.

OL

30 Vincent Polo

Fr.

RB

Galt, Calif. (Galt/Sacramento City Coll.)

6 Donald Porter

Jr.

WR

Tallahassee, Fla. (Lincoln/Florida Int.)

95 Alex Probasco

So.

DL

71 Christopher Pugliese Sr.

OL

32 Chevar Rankins

Jr.

LB

40 Nase Reid

Fr.

DB

24 Dominick Reyes

R-Fr. DB

28 Chris Richards

Sr.

DB

35 Craig Richardson Fr.

LB

75 Paul Fenaroli

Jr.

OL

6-1

280

Monroe, Conn. (Masuk)

76 Emmett Phillips

Jr.

OL

6-5

285

West Hartford, Conn. (Northwest Catholic)

77 Ian Solomon

Fr.

OL

6-2

320

78 Markell Watson

Sr.

OL

6-3

305

79 Phillip Vournazos

Jr.

OL

6-2

290 Buena Park, Calif. (Western/Long Beach City Coll.)

80 Matt Brevi

So.

WR

6-2

210

Tampa, Fla. (Armwood/Ft. Hays State)

88 David Shukri

81 Chris McMillan

Fr.

WR

6-5

185

New York, N.Y. (Bishop Ford)

82 Michael Lepore

Jr.

WR

6-0

190

Brick, N.J. (Brick/New Hampshire)

83 Chris Tyler

Sr.

TE

6-5

240

Rocky Hill, Conn. (Rocky Hill)

84 Brett Arce

So.

TE

6-4

240

Coalinga, Calif. (Coalinga/West Hills Coll.)

85 Stephan Towns

Sr.

WR

6-2

190

86 Adrian Sawyer

Sr.

WR

6-3

87 Jonathan Spruill

So.

WR

6-0

88 David Shukri

R-Fr.

TE

6-6

245

Lindenhurst, N.Y. (Lindenhurst)

89 Kevin Famulari

Fr.

WR

5-11

200

Stony Brook, N.Y. (Ward Melville)

90 Josh Auerbach

Sr.

DL

6-1

255

Langhorne, Pa. (Neshaminy)

4 Melaquan Saffold Sr.

TE

61 Jeff Santos

Sr.

OL

New Rochelle, N.Y. (New Rochelle)

44 Tyler Santucci

Sr.

ILB

Brooklyn, N.Y. (Brooklyn Tech./Maine)

86 Adrian Sawyer

Sr.

TE

46 Stephen Schwicke Jr.

ILB

R-Fr. TE

54 Wesley Skiffington R-Fr. K/P Sr.

DL

77 Ian Solomon

Fr.

OL

87 Jonathan Spruill

So. WR

San Diego, Calif. (Southwest/Palomar CC)

26 Corey Stringer

So.

DB

215

Oakland, Calif. (Oakland Tech/Laney Coll.)

12 Dan Sweeney

Sr.

QB

170

Bellport, N.Y. (Bellport)

9 Carl Teague

Sr. OLB

85 Stephan Towns

Sr.

WR

47 Marlon Tudor

So.

DB

45 Kenny Tuiloma

Fr.

LB

91 Ryan Sollazzo

Sr.

DL

6-2

250

Tampa, Fla. (Armwood/Florida Atlantic)

92 Adam Nowak

Fr.

LB

6-2

220

Philadelphia, Pa. (Father Judge)

93 Joseph Kirkpatrick

Jr.

DL

6-1

240

Athens, Texas (Crossroads/Trinity Valley CC)

94 Elias Martinez

Fr.

DL

6-5

245

Long Beach, Calif. (Millikan)

95 Alex Probasco

So.

DL

6-2

250

Manhattan Beach, Calif. (Mira Costa)

96 Ryan Haber

So.

DL

6-1

265

Lafayette Hill, Pa. (St. Joseph’s Prep)

97 Frank Conti

Jr.

DL

6-1

250

Lake Grove, N.Y. (Sachem North/Nassau CC)

99 Christopher Perri

Sr.

DL

6-3

270

Alameda, Calif. (Bishop O’Dowd/Colorado)

83 Chris Tyler

Sr.

TE

42 A.J. Valentine

Fr.

DB

20 Rich Vitale

Fr.

LB

79 Phillip Vournazos Jr.

OL

78 Markell Watson

Sr.

OL

21 Arin West

Jr.

DB

53 John Zorbas

R-Fr. LB

59 Reza Zoroufie

Fr.

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91 Ryan Sollazzo

K

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Outlook Pronunciation Guide Luis Altamiranda........................................................... .alt - ah - miranda Josh Auerbach....................................................................... ow-er-bock Matt Brevi ............................................................................... breh-vee Sean Burgwardt...................................................................... burg-wort Bo Cassel.................................................................................... Kah-sell Conte Cuttino......................................................................cuh-teen-oh Matt Dardenne.......................................................................... dar-dean Kevin Famulari.................................................................fam-you-lar-ee Ryan Famulari..................................................................fam-you-lar-ee Edwin Gowins.............................................................................gow-ins Dayton Guillory.........................................................................Gill-oar-ee Jordan Gush................................................................... Gúsh (like push) Ryan Haber................................................................................. HAY-ber

By Position Defensive Backs (16) 5 Dayton Guillory................Sr. 8 Benjamin Clements.........Sr. 18 Cory Giddings..................Sr. 19 Sean Burgwardt..............So. 21 Arin West......................... Jr. 24 Dominick Reyes.......... R-Fr. 26 Corey Stringer................So. 28 Chris Richards.................Sr. 31 Peace Edafe.................... Fr. 34 Luis Altamiranda..............Sr. 36 Taj Johnson..................... Fr. 40 Nase Reid........................ Fr. 41 Justin Blake..................... Fr. 42 A.J. Valentine.................. Fr. 47 Marlon Tudor..................So. 48 Jimmy Gilburn................. Fr. Defensive Line (11) 51 Michael Marino...............So. 53 John Zorbas................ R-Fr. 72 Julio Geronimo................ Fr. 90 Josh Auerbach.................Sr. 91 Ryan Sollazzo.................Sr. 93 Joseph Kirkpatrick........... Jr. 94 Elias Martinez.................. Fr. 95 Alex Probasco................So. 96 Ryan Haber....................So. 97 Frank Conti...................... Jr. 99 Christopher Perri.............Sr.

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Kickers (5) 27 Drew Evangelista............ Fr. 50 Josh Gibson...................So. 52 Matt Luby..................... R-Fr. 54 Wesley Skiffington....... R-Fr. 59 Reza Zoroufie.................. Fr.

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Linebackers (13) 3 Julian Glenn....................Sr. 9 Carl Teague.....................Sr. 20 Rich Vitale....................... Fr. 32 Chevar Rankins............... Jr. 35 Craig Richardson............. Fr. 44 Tyler Santucci..................Sr. 45 Kenny Tuiloma................. Fr. 46 Stephen Schwicke........... Jr. 49 Jason Lazar.....................Sr. 55 Chris Fenelon.................So. 56 Casey Callahan............... Fr. 57 Matt Faiella...................... Fr. 92 Adam Nowak................... Fr.

Offensive Line (14) 61 Jeff Santos......................Sr. 63 Joe Faiella......................So. 65 Brian Crew....................... Jr. 66 Daniel Muy......................Sr. 67 Scott Hernandez.............. Fr. 69 Michael Bamiro...............So. 70 Mario Dattilo...................So. 71 Christopher Pugliese.......Sr. 74 Eric Mauler.................. R-Fr. 75 Paul Fenaroli................... Jr. 76 Emmett Phillips................ Jr. 77 Ian Soloman.................... Fr. 78 Markell Watson................Sr. 79 Phillip Vournazos............. Jr. Quarterbacks (5) 10 Michael Coulter..............So. 12 Dan Sweeney..................Sr. 13 Ryan Famulari.................Sr. 15 Matt Dardenne................. Jr. 16 Dayne Hoffman...............So Running Backs (8) 1 Conte Cuttino..................Sr. 17 Rock Contardi.................. Jr. 23 Edwin Gowins.................So. 30 Vincent Polo.................... Fr. 33 Eddie Mateo.................... Fr. 38 Gary Beddoe................... Fr. 39 Nick Deluca..................... Fr. 43 Bilal Browne...................So. Tight Ends (6) 4 Melaquan Saffold............Sr. 11 Bo Cassel........................Sr. 29 Adam Love...................... Jr. 83 Chris Tyler.......................Sr. 84 Brett Arce........................So. 88 David Shukri................ R-Fr. Wide Receivers (12) 2 Cameron Hall.................. Jr. 6 Donald Porter.................. Jr. 7 Myles Campbell............... Fr. 22 Major Mobley................... Fr. 25 Jordan Gush................ R-Fr. 80 Matt Brevi.......................So. 81 Chris McMillan................. Fr. 82 Michael Lepore................ Jr. 85 Stephan Towns................Sr. 86 Adrian Sawyer.................Sr. 87 Jonathan Spruill..............So. 89 Kevin Famulari................ Fr.

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Daniel Muy....................................................................................... Moy Chris Pugliese..................................................................... poo-glee-see Chevar Rankins...........................................................sha-var ran-kins Melaquan Saffold................................................................ Mell-a-kwan Steven Schwicke...................................................................schwik-ee COACHES Chuck Priore...........................................................................Pry-oar-ee Jeff Behrman............................................................................Beir-man Jim Gush........................................................................ Gúsh (like push) Joe Tricario........................................................................... tri-carry-oh Mike Iafrate..........................................................................Eye-a-freight

By Class Seniors (24) 1 Conte Cuttino................. RB 3 Julian Glenn....................LB 4 Melaquan Saffold............TE 5 Dayton Guillory............... DB 8 Benjamin Clements........ DB 9 Carl Teague.....................LB 11 Bo Cassel........................TE 12 Dan Sweeney................. QB 13 Ryan Famulari................ QB 18 Cory Giddings................. DB 28 Chris Richards................ DB 34 Luis Altamiranda............. DB 44 Tyler Santucci..................LB 49 Jason Lazar.....................LB 61 Jeff Santos......................OL 66 Daniel Muy......................OL 71 Christopher Pugliese.......OL 78 Markell Watson................OL 83 Chris Tyler.......................TE 85 Stephan Towns.............. WR 86 Adrian Sawyer............... WR 90 Josh Auerbach.................DL 91 Ryan Sollazzo.................DL 99 Christopher Perri.............DL Juniors (15) 2 Cameron Hall................ WR 6 Donald Porter................ WR 15 Matt Dardenne................ QB 17 Rock Contardi................. RB 21 Arin West........................ DB 29 Adam Love......................TE 32 Chevar Rankins...............LB 46 Stephen Schwicke...........LB 65 Brian Crew.......................OL 75 Paul Fenaroli...................OL 76 Emmett Phillips................OL 79 Phillip Vournazos.............OL 82 Michael Lepore.............. WR 93 Joseph Kirkpatrick...........DL 97 Frank Conti......................DL Sophomores (18) 10 Michael Coulter.............. QB 16 Dayne Hoffman.............. QB 19 Sean Burgwardt.............. DB 23 Edwin Gowins................. RB 26 Corey Stringer................ DB 43 Bilal Browne................... RB 47 Marlon Tudor.................. DB 50 Josh Gibson......................K

51 55 63 69 70 80 84 87 95 96

Michael Marino................DL Chris Fenelon..................LB Joe Faiella.......................OL Michael Bamiro................OL Mario Dattilo....................OL Matt Brevi...................... WR Brett Arce.........................TE Jonathan Spruill............. WR Alex Probasco.................DL Ryan Haber.....................DL

Redshirt Freshmen (7) 24 Dominick Reyes............. DB 25 Jordan Gush.................. WR 52 Matt Luby...........................K 53 John Zorbas....................LB 54 Wesley Skiffington.............K 74 Eric Mauler......................OL 88 David Shukri....................TE Freshmen (26) 7 Myles Campbell............. WR 20 Rich Vitale.......................LB 22 Major Mobley................. WR 27 Drew Evangelista..............K 30 Vincent Polo................... RB 31 Peace Edafe................... DB 33 Eddie Mateo................... RB 35 Craig Richardson.............LB 36 Taj Johnson.................... DB 38 Gary Beddoe...................FB 39 Nick Deluca.....................FB 40 Nase Reid....................... DB 41 Justin Blake.................... DB 42 A.J. Valentine................. DB 45 Kenny Tuiloma.................LB 48 Jimmy Gilburn................ DB 56 Casey Callahan...............LB 57 Matt Faiella......................LB 59 Reza Zoroufie....................K 67 Scott Hernandez..............OL 72 Julio Geronimo................DL 77 Ian Soloman....................OL 81 Chris McMillan............... WR 89 Kevin Famulari.............. WR 92 Adam Nowak...................LB 94 Elias Martinez..................DL


Outlook Starters Returning/Lost Defensive Backs Returning 18 Cory Giddings..................Sr. 21 Arin West......................... Jr. 28 Chris Richards.................Sr. Lost Mike McCoy.....................Sr.

With five career interceptions and three defensive touchdowns, senior Cory Giddings is the Stony Brook leader in both categories among returning players.

Defensive Line Returning None Lost Dominic Chevalier...........Sr. James Harris...................Sr. Adam Soivilien.................Sr. Kickers Returning None Lost Luke Gaddis (PK, P)........Sr. Linebackers Returning 3 Julian Glenn....................Sr. 9 Carl Teague.....................Sr. 44 Tyler Santucci..................Sr. 46 Stephen Schwicke........... Jr. Lost None Offensive Line Returning 61 Jeff Santos......................Sr. 71 Christopher Pugliese.......Sr. 75 Paul Fenaroli................... Jr. Lost Steve Council..................Sr. Lawrence Lovell..............Sr.

In his first season on the team, senior linebacker Carl Teague ranked among the team leaders in tackles and yardage lost on tackles in 2008.

Quarterbacks Returning 16 Dayne Hoffman..............So. Lost None Running Backs Returning 1 Conte Cuttino..................Sr. 4 Melaquan Saffold............Sr. Lost None

Wide Receivers Returning None Lost Dwayne Eley...................Sr. Lynell Suggs....................Sr.

Junior Steven Schwicke became a starter at linebacker in 2008 and responded by finishing second on the team in tackles and fourth in tackles for a loss.

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Tight Ends Returning 81 Chris Tyler.......................Sr. Lost None

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Outlook California (18) 2 Cameron Hall..........................Foothill Ranch (Laguna Hills) 7 Myles Campbell................Rancho Cucamonga (John Muir) 10 Michael Coulter............................. Yorba Linda (Ed Dorado) 11 Bo Cassel......................Rough and Ready (Nevada Union) 15 Matt Dardenne.....................................Fremont (Livermore) 24 Dominick Reyes....................................Hesperia (Hesperia) 26 Taj Johnson................................................ Upland (Upland) 28 Chris Richards........................Quartz Hills (James Monroe) 45 Kenny Tuiloma.........Long Beach (Long Beach Polytechnic) 61 Jeff Santos............................................ Irvine (Woodbridge) 65 Brian Crew........................................................... Galt (Galt) 79 Phillip Vournazos.............................. Buena Park (Western) 84 Brett Arce..............................................Coalinga (Coalinga) 85 Stephan Towns................................San Diego (Southwest) 86 Adrian Sawyer...............................Oakland (Oakland Tech) 94 Elias Martinez.................................... Long Beach (Millikan) 95 Alex Probasco......................Manhattan Beach (Mira Costa) 99 Christopher Perri........................ Alameda (Bishop O’Dowd) Connecticut (6) 19 Sean Burgwardt............................... Rocky Hill (Rocky Hill) 20 Rich Vitale.....................................Higganum (New London) 32 Chevar Rankins....................................Middletown (Xavier) 75 Paul Fenaroli...............................................Monroe (Masuk) 76 Emmett Phillips....................... West Hartford (NW Catholic) 83 Chris Tyler......................................... Rocky Hill (Rocky Hill) Florida (7) 9 Carl Teague...............St. Petersburg (St. Petersburg Cath.) 17 Rock Contardi.................................Melbourne (Holy Trinity) 54 Wesley Skiffington................................Brandon (Armwood) 56 Casey Callahan...................................... Tampa (Armwood) 66 Daniel Muy..........................................Tallahassee (Lincoln) 80 Matt Brevi................................................ Tampa (Armwood) 91 Ryan Sollazzo......................................... Tampa (Armwood) Louisiana (1) 5 Dayton Guillory.................................. Bossier City (Bossier)

Maryland (3) 8 Benjamin Clements................ Glen Burnie (DeMatha Cath.) 50 Josh Gibson.....................................Reisterstown (Franklin) 74 Eric Mauler.................................... Edgewater (South River) Massachusetts (1) 35 Craig Richardson.........................Revere (Malden Catholic) Michigan (1) 16 Dayne Hoffman........................... Ada (Forrest Hills Central) New Jersey (12) 18 Cory Giddings.............................. Ocean (Ocean Township) 21 Arin West.............................Toms River (Toms River North) 22 Major Mobley.....................................Mt. Laurel (Cherokee) 27 Drew Evangelista..................... Cedar Grove (Cedar Grove) 40 Nase Reid............ North Brunswick (North Brunswick Twp.) 41 Justin Blake..................................Piscataway (Piscataway) 42 A.J. Valentine.........................................Marlton (Cherokee) 48 Jimmy Gilburn................................Manalapan (Manalapan) 57 Matt Faiella.................................. Freehold (Freehold Twp.) 63 Joe Faiella................................... Freehold (Freehold Twp.) 72 Julio Geronimo..........................East Orange (East Orange) 82 Michael Lepore................................................. Brick (Brick) New York (27) 1 Conte Cuttino....................................Uniondale (Uniondale) 3 Julian Glenn.................................... Uniondale (Holy Trinity) 12 Dan Sweeney..........................Niskayuna (Colonie Central) 13 Ryan Famulari......................... Stony Brook (Ward Melville) 23 Edwin Gowins...........................................Bellport (Bellport) 30 Vincent Polo..........................................Wantagh (Wantagh) 31 Peace Edafe.........Staten Island (Salisbury School (Conn.)) 34 Luis Altamiranda...........................Mamaroneck (Rye Neck) 37 Melaquan Saffold.................................Syracuse (Corcoran) 38 Gary Beddoe.................................Endicott (Union-Endicott) 43 Bilal Browne....................................Brentwood (Brentwood) 46 Stephen Schwicke.......................East Patchogue (Bellport) 47 Marlon Tudor...........................South Ozone Park (Jamaica)

49 51 52 53 55 70 71 77 78 81 87 88 89 97

Jason Lazar....................................Oceanside (Oceanside) Michael Marino............................Middle Island (Longwood) Matt Luby.......................................... Sharon Springs (Troy) John Zorbas..........................................Woodside (Bayside) Chris Fenelon...........................Bellerose (St. Francis Prep) Mario Dattilo................................. Centereach (Centereach) Christopher Pugliese............Medford (Patchogue-Medford) Ian Solomon..........................New Rochelle (New Rochelle) Markell Watson.............................Brooklyn (Brooklyn Tech) Chris McMillan................................New York (Bishop Ford) Jonathan Spruill........................................Bellport (Bellport) David Shukri................................Lindenhurst (Lindenhurst) Kevin Famulari......................... Stony Brook (Ward Melville) Frank Conti..............................Lake Grove (Sachem North)

Ohio (1) 36 Corey Stringer........................................... Warren (Harding) Pennsylvania (8) 29 Adam Love..........................................Lewisberry (Redland) 33 Eddie Mateo.......................................Bethlehem (Freedom) 39 Nick Deluca..........................................Allentown (Parkland) 44 Tyler Santucci................................New Kensington (Valley) 69 Michael Bamiro...........Tobyhanna (Pocono Mountain West) 90 Josh Auerbach............................... Langhorne (Neshaminy) 92 Adam Nowak............................Philadelphia (Father Judge) 96 Ryan Haber...................... Lafayette Hill (St. Joseph’s Prep) Tennessee (1) 59 Reza Zoroufie...................................... Brentwood (Antioch) Texas (3) 25 Jordan Gush................................. Richardson (J.J. Pearce) 67 Scott Hernandez.......................... Fort Worth (Juan Seguin) 93 Joseph Kirkpatrick...............................Athens (Crossroads) West Virginia (1) 6 Donald Porter............................Charles Town (Martinsburg)

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Chuck Priore Head Coach

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Albany, ‘82 4th Season

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Set to begin his fourth season at Stony Brook, Chuck Priore has been the guiding force behind football’s growth to a full-scholarship Football Championship Subdivision program and is quickly developing the Seawolves into one of the top FCS programs in the Northeast. Priore’s third season at the Stony Brook helm was a historic one as the team played its first season as a member of the Big South Conference. He guided Stony Brook to a second-place finish in its first year in the league and saw his team garner four all-conference selections as well as the league’s Rookie of the Year, Ed Gowins. The Seawolves broke a number of school rushing records, was the only FCS team with two backs gaining over 1,000 yards and finished ninth in the nation in rushing as a team. In just his second season and against the toughest schedule Stony Brook has ever had, he led the team to a 6-5 record in 2007. In his first season at the helm of the Stony Brook football program, Priore guided the Seawolves to a 5-6 overall record, including a 5-2 mark in their final season in the Northeast Conference. Two of his athletes garnered all-NEC honors, one was Defensive Rookie of the Year, and one, quarterback Josh Dudash, was named the Stony Brook University Male Athlete of the Year. Under Priore’s guidance, the Seawolves gained over 1,300 yards on the ground and nearly 2,500 yards in the air. In addition, the Seawolves led the conference in passing offense and red zone offense, putting points on the board in 24 out of 27 visits.

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Priore was named the second head football coach in Stony Brook Football history on December 10, 2005. He came to Stony Brook after compiling an impressive 39-9 record in six seasons at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut where he led the Bantams to four consecutive New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) titles and a 30-game winning streak, the longest active winning streak in the country at the time. The three-time NESCAC Coach of the Year, Priore guided Trinity to a No. 1 ranking in New England, four straight conference titles and three consecutive undefeated seasons, going 31-1 during that four-year stretch. For two straight years (200405) he was named the America Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Division III Region I Coach of the Year. During his six years at Trinity, he elevated the program to new heights, implementing a new, exciting, and prolific offensive system that produced some of the top performances in the region. The Bantams boasted five All-America selections on the offensive line in as many seasons and sent players to the AFCA Senior Aztec Bowl in Mexico against a Mexican All-Star team four times. In 2005, Trinity’s defensive unit led the nation in total defense and boasted the NESCAC Defensive Player of the Year while three members of the team landed NESCAC All-Academic honors. The Bantams’ winning streak was the subject of a one-hour documentary, which was broadcast nationally on College Sports Television (CSTV). The program focused on the Trinity football game against Williams College, which the Bantams won, 34-6, to break the New England Division III win streak record of 23 victories. Prior to Trinity, Priore served as the offensive line coach and offensive coordinator at the University of Pennsylvania from 1992 to 1999. During Priore’s tenure at Penn, the Quakers compiled an impressive record of 52-27, including three Ivy League titles and a 24game winning streak. In 1998, the Penn offense set a school record for points in a season with 297. Penn also produced two NFL players on the offensive side of the ball under Priore; wide receiver Miles Macik who played for the Detroit Lions, and tailback Jim Finn has seen action for the Indianapolis Colts, the Chicago Bears and the New York Giants.


staff Before arriving at Penn, Priore was the offensive coordinator and strength coach at Union College in Schenectady, N.Y. While at Union, the Dutchmen posted three undefeated seasons, three NCAA playoff appearances and a trip to the NCAA Division III Amos Alonzo Stagg Championship Bowl game in 1989. Before joining Union’s staff in 1987, Priore was the running backs and strength coach at the University at Albany, his alma mater, from 1983 to 1986. He also served as the head lacrosse coach at both Union and Albany. In his playing days at Albany, Priore was the starting fullback for three seasons and the team captain as a senior. In 1982, Priore was presented the Spud Kruzan Award as Albany’s Outstanding Athlete. Priore earned his undergraduate degree in 1982 and his master’s in business education from Albany in 1985. Priore is a native of Long Beach, N.Y. and graduated from Maria Regina High School.

The Priore File

Education

University at Albany, B.S. in Economics, 1982 University at Albany, M.Ed. in Business Educaton, 1985

Playing Experience

University at Albany, football (three-year starter, fullback), 1978-81

Coaching Experience • Assistant Coach 1983 Albany 1984 Albany 1985 Albany 1986 Union 1987 Union 1988 Union 1989 Union 1990 Union 1991 Union 1992 Penn 1993 Penn 1994 Penn 1995 Penn 1996 Penn 1997 Penn 1998 Penn 1999 Penn

Running Backs/Strength Running Backs/Strength Running Backs/Strength Offensive Coordinator/Strength Offensive Coordinator/Strength Offensive Coordinator/Strength Offensive Coordinator/Strength Offensive Coordinator/Strength Offensive Coordinator/Strength Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line

4-4 4-4 7-1 NESCAC Co-Champions 8-0 NESCAC Champions 8-0 NESCAC Champions 8-0 NESCAC Champions 5-6 NEC Runner-Up 6-5 5-6 (3-2) Big South (2nd) 55-26 (.679)

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staff Jim Gush

Asst. Head Coach of the Defense/Def. Coord.

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Jim Gush was named to the football coaching staff at Stony Brook in February 2009 as Assistant Head Coach of the Defense. In his role he will serve as the defensive coordinator for the Seawolves in 2009. Gush brings 28 years of coaching experience to the Seawolves, most recently serving on the staff at Southern Methodist University for six seasons (2002-07) as defensive coordinator. In addition to his coordinator duties, he also served as the position coach with the linebackers for one year and defensive backs for five seasons. While there he directed an SMU defense that led Conference-USA and ranked 24th in the nation against the run in 2006 and coached Joe Sturdivant to all-C-USA accolades at safety in 2005 and 2006. He also led Vic Viloria to first team allWAC honors in 2002. Before joining the SMU program Gush spent three seasons at Kansas State. All three seasons he was with the Wildcats the program ranked among the top four in the nation in total defense, helping Kansas State to a bowl appearance in each of those seasons and a combined 28-10 record. In 2000 Kansas State ranked fourth in the nation in total defense while in 1999 the Wildcats were second in total defense and led the nation in pass efficiency defense. During the ‘99 season, Gush coached Butkus Award runner-up and consensus All-American Mark Simoneau. Prior to Kansas State, Gush spent 12 years at Garden City Community College in Kansas. After spending 10 seasons as the defensive coordinator for the program he took over as head coach in 1996, putting together a combined 29-7 record. Garden City CC was ranked seventh in the nation in 1996 (10-2), fourth in 1997 (10-2) and seventh in 1998 (9-3). In 1996 he led the team to a victory in the Real Dairy Bowl while the next year he led the squad to a Jayhawk Conference championship and a berth in the Red River Bowl, the national championship game. In 1998 the team also went to a bowl game, winning the Valley of the Sun Bowl. Garden City CC produced a first team JC All-American every season Gush was a coach there and played in the Jayhawk Conference Championship game in 10 of his 12 seasons with the Broncbusters. Gush began his collegiate coaching career at Albany in 1983 where he coached defensive backs. He then moved to Iowa State as a graduate assistant in 1984, serving as special teams coordinator and assistant defensive backs coach until moving to Garden City CC. A 1981 graduate of Bucknell University with a BS in economics, Gush was a four-year starter for the Bison and also served

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as a student assistant. He earned his Master’s in higher education from Iowa State in 1986. A native of Elmira, N.Y., he and his wife, Anne, have two children, Stephanie and Jordan. 1983 1984-85 1986-98 1999-01 2002-07 2009-Pres.

Gush’s Career File Albany Iowa State Garden City CC Recruiting Areas: Texas (Dallas, Houston), Kansas State Junior Colleges SMU Stony Brook

Jeff Behrman Off. Coord./QBs John Carroll, ‘95 4th Season

Returning for a fourth season as Stony Brook’s offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach is Jeff Behrman. Under his guidance last season Stony Brook’s offense continued to put up impressive numbers. For a second straight season the Seawolves saw their total offense numbers go up, led by a rushing attack that produced a pair of 1,000-yard rushers and finished ninth in the nation. Against the school’s toughest-ever schedule in 2007, Behrman saw the Stony Brook offense increase its total offensive yardage by 464, an average of over 42 yards per game. Quarterback Josh Dudash passed for 2,342 yards (third all-time) and running back Conte Cuttino rushed for 940 yards (fifth all-time) as the team increased its scoring output by 46 points over 2006. In his first year with Stony Brook, Behrman was instrumental in the development of quarterback Josh Dudash. Dudash garnered all-conference honors for a second straight year and was named the Stony Brook Male Athlete of the Year after throwing for 2,231 yards and 15 touchdowns. Behrman’s offense was the top rated passing attack in conference and ranked first in red zone efficiency as the Seawolves put points on the board in 24 out of 27 visits inside the 20. Behrman saw his squad amass over 1,300 yards on the ground and his balanced attack saw 13 rushing touchdowns and 17 passing touchdowns. Under his direction, 11 different Seawolves found the back of the endzone, 11 different players made receptions and 15 players carried the ball as the Seawolves utilized a complete team effort. Prior to Stony Brook, Behrman was the offensive coordinator at Trinity College for four seasons during two stints at the school. Behrman was the offensive coordinator at Trinity from 2000-01 before moving on to coach wide receivers at Hofstra for two seasons. He then returned to Trinity as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for two more seasons, helping lead the Bantams to a perfect 16-0 mark during that stretch. In 2005, Trinity’s offense led the NESCAC in scoring, averaging 34.5 points per game. Behrman’s offense also led the league in


staff rushing (218.6 ypg) and total offense (407.5 ypg). While at Hofstra, Behrman aided in the development of three future NFL receivers, Marques Colston (New Orleans), DeVale Ellis (Detroit) and Ricky Bryant (Patriots). Behrman began his coaching career as a graduate assistant wide receivers and tight ends coach at Clarion University in July 1996. Seven months later he left Clarion to become the receivers and tight ends coach at Glenville State College. While at Glenville State, Behrman served as the football program’s recruiting, academic and compliance coordinator, twice coaching two allconference receivers including an All-American receiver who led NCAA Division II in 1997. In July 1999, Behrman accepted the position of offensive coordinator while directing the quarterbacks, receivers, tight ends and running backs at Blackburn College. Although he was there only one season, the Beavers set 14 individual offensive records and 27 team offensive marks during the season. Behrman earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in physical education from John Carroll University in 1995 where he was a quarterback and captain of the football squad. He also earned a master’s degree in community health promotion in 1998 from West Virginia University. Behrman, his wife Karen and their son Brock, reside in Port Jefferson Station, N.Y.

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Behrman’s Career File Blackburn Coll. Trinity Coll. Recruiting Areas: Northern New Jersey, Hofstra Southern California, Trinity Coll. Stony Brook

Joe Tricario

Linebackers/Spec. Teams Cortland State, ‘83 4th Season

1991-92 1992-93 1994 1995 1995-97 1998-05 2006-Pres.

Tricario’s Career File Montreal Machine Penn Fordham Recruiting Areas: New York City, Upstate Toronto Argonauts New York, Texas Lafayette Fordham Stony Brook

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Joe Tricario will be back on the sidelines for the Seawolves in 2009 for his fourth season, handling the linebackers as well as coordinating the special teams. In 2008 he had one of his linebackers earn all-conference honors and in 2007 he helped coach a defense that finished 25th in the nation among FCS schools in total defense and 17th in passing defense while causing 27 turnovers. In his first year at Stony Brook in 2006, the Seawolf defense ranked third in the NEC with 21 caused turnovers, with one of his players, Cory Giddings, earning the NEC Defensive Rookie of the Year award. Tricario joined the Stony Brook staff in December of 2005 after eight years at Fordham University. Tricario worked the last five seasons for the Rams as assistant head coach/defensive coordinator after serving as special teams coordinator for three

years. In 2002, the Fordham defense finished the year as the top ranked scoring defense in the league, 14th best in NCAA I-AA, as well as the third ranked total defense in the nation. The Fordham defense also caused 25 turnovers in 2002, third best in the league, while registering a Patriot League best 39 sacks. As the special teams coordinator in 2001, Tricario directed his unit to the top of the Patriot League rankings. The Rams’ kickoff return team was the top-ranked squad in the league, averaging 23.3 yards/return - eighth best in the NCAA Division I-AA, while the punt return squad was the second best, averaging 10.3 yards/return. Additionally, the punt coverage team led the league for the second straight year in lowest yards per return, and despite the loss of All-Patriot League punter Matt Fordyce, was second in the league in net punting average. After initially serving two years as the wide receivers coach, Tricario moved over to the defensive side of the ball in 2001 and worked with the Rams’ safeties. Fordham led the Patriot League in 2001, and was ranked ninth in the NCAA Division I-AA, with 19 interceptions. Tricario arrived at Fordham after spending the previous three years as the wide receivers coach at Lafayette College. Prior to his stint at Lafayette, Tricario was on the staff of the Canadian Football League’s (CFL) Toronto Argonauts as the special teams coordinator and receivers coach in 1995. He also served as the assistant special teams coordinator and worked with the wide receivers and running backs for the WLAF’s Montreal Machine for the 1991-92 season. Tricario also served as an assistant coach (special teams/ receivers) at Fordham in 1994, following two years at the University of Pennsylvania, where he was the special teams/receivers coach, helping the Quakers to an undefeated season in 1993 and the Ivy League Championship. His father was head coach at Mt. St. Michael Academy, Cardinal Hayes and Iona College. Tricario is a 1983 graduate of Cortland State where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education.

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staff Tony Thompson Defensive Line Stony Brook, ‘97 3rd Season

Tony Thompson will be beginning his third season on the Stony Brook staff in 2009. After working with the linebackers during his first two seasons with the Seawolves, he will work with the defensive line for 2009. In 2008 he helped guide a linebacking unit that accounted for over 300 tackles, four sacks, three forced fumbles and a pair of interceptions. During his first year on the staff his work with the defense helped Stony Brook post one shutout and hold four other opponents to 20 points or less Thompson came to Stony Brook in the spring of 2007 after one year at Hofstra. Before his season with the Pride he spent three seasons as defensive coordinator at Franklin and Marshall University. In 2005 Franklin & Marshall finished the year ranked 14th in pass efficiency defense. During his tenure there Thompson’s defense helped F&M reach consecutive ECAC Bowl games. Prior to F&M, Thompson served as outside linebackers coach, assistant special teams coordinator and video coordinator for two seasons at the University of Pennsylvania. In 2002 the Quakers captured the Ivy League championship and led the Ivy in scoring offense and defense, rushing, total and pass efficiency defense, sacks, fourth-down conversions and opponent first downs. In addition, the Penn defense set a new Ivy League record holding its conference opponents to 43.6 yards per game on the ground. A 1997 graduate of Stony Brook with a bachelor’s degree in history, Thompson began his coaching career at his alma mater the same year as a graduate assistant coach working with the outside linebackers for two seasons before being named defensive line coach for the Seawolves in 2000. Thompson also earned a master’s degree in arts and liberal studies in 2000 from Stony Brook. 1998-00 2001-02 2003-05 2006 2007-Pres.

Thompson’s Career File Stony Brook Recruiting Areas: New York (Nassau Penn Franklin & Marshall County), New York City, Western Florida and Orlando. Hofstra Stony Brook

Carlton Goff Wide Receivers

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Carlton Goff is back for a fourth season as the Seawolves wide receivers coach. Last season the top four receivers on the team were among his wideouts, accounting for over 1,300 yards and nine scores. During his time at Stony Brook he has coached two of the four players to reach 2,000 receiving yards in their careers, Dwayne Eley and Lynell Suggs. In 2007 he coached Suggs to a school record for receptions and yardage as his receiving corps again hauled in passes for over 2,400 yards. In his first season with the Seawolves, Goff’s crew hauled in 200 passes for 2,489 yards and 17 touchdowns. Goff helped the Stony Brook offense rank first in the NEC in its passing attack and spread the wealth as 11 different Seawolves tallied receptions on the year. Prior to Stony Brook, Goff spent three seasons as running backs coach at Hofstra. Before Goff joined the Hofstra staff, he served as a tight

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ends assistant coach at East Carolina University from 2001-02. While with the Pirates he also assisted with the special teams and scout teams in addition to his tight end duties. Goff began his college coaching career in 1995 as running backs coach at North Park University in Chicago. He served in that capacity until 2000 when he was promoted to Offensive Coordinator. During that time, he also served the college as assistant director of admissions, a position he held for five years. His role in admissions included minority recruitment and counselor coordinator before briefly serving as interim director of admissions. A three-year starter at Illinois College at running back, Goff finished his career as the school’s No. 7 all-time rusher. A two-time All-Midwest Athletic Conference selection, Goff is active on the camp and clinic circuit, lecturing and instructing at several camps in the Midwest since 1998. He graduated in 1995 from Illinois College with a bachelor’s degree in political science and holds a master’s degree in teaching from East Carolina. Carlton and his wife, Lynn, reside in Hauppauge, N.Y. 1995-00 2001-02 2003-05 2006-Pres.

Goff’s Career File North Park Univ. Recruiting Areas: Southern New Jersey, East Carolina Maryland, Washington, D.C. Hofstra Stony Brook

Jon Woods Offensive Line Union, ‘04 5th Season

Jon Woods begins his fifth season as an assistant coach at Stony Brook in 2009. After coaching the tight ends for the last three years he will work with the offensive line this season. During his time working with the tight ends, the group became an integral part of the Stony Brook offense, with making numerous key receptions, including the game-winning TD last season against Charleston Southern. In his first season on the staff he coached the outside linebackers in 2005. Woods arrived at Stony Brook after spending one season as an assistant coach at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (Mass.) where he served as the outside linebackers coach. A four-year letterwinner and two-year starter on the offensive line at Union College, Woods earned his Bachelor of Science degree in psychology in 2004. He resides in Ronkonkoma. 2004 2005-Pres.

Wood’s Career File Recruiting Areas: New York (Suffolk Co., Worcester Tech Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, Binghamton), Stony Brook Eastern Pennsylvania.

Michael Iafrate Tight Ends Davidson, ‘07 3rd Season

Mike Iafrate is back for a third season on the Stony Brook football staff where he will work with the tight ends this season. In his first two seasons with the Seawolves he helped the offensive line block for a potent SBU ground game, one that produced a pair of 1,000-yard rushers and rank among the top-10 in the nation in 2008. The unit also ranked among the national leaders in fewest sacks allowed.


staff Iafrate joined the Stony Brook staff right out of college, coming to the Seawolves after graduating from Davidson College with a bachelor’s degree in anthropology with an education concentration. At Davidson he started all but one game during his four-year career, earning Mid-Major AllAmerica honors twice. A three-time Academic Honor Roll honoree, he was also named an All-American Strength and Conditioning Athlete of the Year by the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Iafrate lives in Middle Island, New York with his wife Jamie.

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Greg Toop Running Backs

Iafrate’s Career File Recruiting Areas: Texas (Houston), EastStony Brook ern Florida, California JCs

Richie Richards Defensive Backs Stony Brook, ‘07 1st Season

A former standout linebacker for Stony Brook, Richie Richards returns to the football program as an assistant coach for the 2009 season. His primary responsibility will be to work with the defensive backs. No stranger to the Stony Brook athletics program, Richards has been a part of the Seawolves family for the past three years as a graduate assistant with the athletic facilities office. Richards was a starter at outside linebacker for Stony Brook as a senior in 2006, finishing the season second on the team in tackles with 62. A four-year letterwinner for the Seawolves, he graduated with a BS in applied math in 2007, earning his Master’s in liberal arts in 2009. A resident of Central Islip, N.Y., he was a four-time letterwinner in football at Bayside High School in Bayside, N.Y.

S. Connecticut St., ‘72 3rd Season Greg Toop returns for a third season at Stony Brook working with the team’s running backs. Last season his group of backs accounted for 12, 100-yard games and produced the nation’s only pair of 1,000-yard rushers at the FCS level in Conte Cuttino and Ed Gowins. Cuttino broke the school career rushing record while Gowins established a new single-season record and was named the national Freshman of the Year and Big South Rookie of the Year. In his first season in 2007 he had one back, Cuttino, run for the fifthhighest yardage total in school history and another, Brandon Mason, go for over 600 yards to place him among the top-20 in a season at Stony Brook as well. A veteran coach who brings over 30 years of experience to the Stony Brook staff, Toop was at the United States Merchant Marine Academy working with the secondary for two years prior to coming to Stony Brook. Toop has coached in the high school ranks on Long Island as well, serving with the programs at Newfield, Chaminade, Half Hollow Hills, Holy Family, Centereach and St. Anthony’s. He also spent 29 years teaching elementary physical education and served as the dean of students in the Half Hollow Hills district. Toop, and his wife, Jean, reside in Smithtown with their two daughters, Jessica and Kathryn.

Richards’ Career File 2009-Pres.

Hatch’s Career File Worchester Tech Recruiting Areas: Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Stony Brook Georgia (Atlanta)

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Recruiting Areas: Northern California

Patrick Hatch Asst. Def. Line Union Coll., ‘06 1st Season

Toop’s Newfield HS Chaminade HS Half Hollow Hills HS Holy Family HS Centereach HS

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St. Anthony’s HS Half Hollow Hills East HS Merchant Marine Stony Brook

T.J. Donatelli Coord. of Football Operations Temple, ‘04 4th Season

T.J. Donatelli enters his fourth season with Stony Brook football as the program’s director of football operations. He assists with the daily operations of the program as well as working with the summer camp program. Prior to Stony Brook, Donatelli worked with the football program at Hofstra as the assistant to the athletic director of football. In that capacity he coordinated team travel, assisted with recruiting and monitored the team’s academic progress. Donatelli has also worked as a football operations intern with the Philadelphia Eagles, assisting with the operations of the team’s training camp. From 2001-04 he volunteered with the Philadelphia Soul, the NBPA All-Star Gala and with Temple University. Donatelli is a 2004 graduate of Temple, earning a bachelor’s degree in sport and recreation management.

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One of the newest members of the Stony Brook coaching staff, Patrick Hatch joined the Seawolves in February of 2009 and will work primarily with the defensive line. Hatch had been with the staff at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute for the past three seasons where he worked with both the offensive and defensive lines. He also worked as the academic liaison and co-video coordinator for the Engineers. During his time at WPI the Engineers increased their win total each season, with their 7-3 record in 2008 representing the highest number of victories for the squad in 16 years. Hatch is a 2006 graduate of Union College in Schenectady, New York where he was a four-year starter on the offensive line and a three-time allLiberty League selection. In 2005, the Dutchmen were undefeated in the regular season en route to capturing the Liberty League championship and reached the second round of the NCAA Division III championships. Hatch played his high school ball at Maloney High School in Meriden, Connecticut.

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stony brook football philosophy

2009 Football

Our football program exists for our players. As coaches, we are responsible for preparing each individual to become the best football player he can be. Football is a microcosm of life. The most successful people in life exhibit discipline, a strong work ethic, loyalty, and teamwork. We demand that our players exhibit these characteristics. In our program, we teach our players to set goals, and they learn how to keep these goals in focus and achieve them. The ultimate purpose of our program is to have each studentathlete leave with a superior education and a feeling that his four years at Stony Brook, and our football program, have been the best four years of his life. The top priority of the student-athletes is to enhance their education. The academic success of our players is, therefore, our primary focus. The support we give to student-athletes can contribute greatly to their accomplishments in the classroom. One way that our program seeks to nurture our players’ academic success is through regular study halls for all freshmen. In recruiting student-athletes, our coaching staff looks for well-rounded individuals. In addition to athletic ability, maturity is of paramount importance to us. Great players are more than just superior athletes. They understand what it takes to excel in the classroom, to be active in the campus community, and to perform on the football field.

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OFFENSE – Offensively, we will employ a multiple attack that will utilize different combinations of players. A good offense appears more complicated than it is to the defense and creates confusion in the minds of defenders. And while the balance between run and pass is partially based on game situations, a quality team must be able to run the football when it needs to, and a championship team also must be able to throw the ball effectively. Our running game will be based on our ability to stretch a defense and create running lanes. Our passing attack will be based on our ability to overload zones by releasing the maximum number of receivers into patterns. DEFENSE – Great defensive teams must be able to stop the run and force an offense to pass the football. Keeping this in mind, our defense will be attack-oriented and will utilize multiple looks and simple schematics. We will defend the pass with a number of zone and man-to-man schemes. We want to be a big-play defense that minimizes the big plays generated by the opponent’s offense. KICKING – The kicking game is critical to our success. Special teams are just as important as our offense and defense. A starter on special teams is a starter in our program. Consistency on these teams will allow us to maintain field position and control the tempo of a game. It is less important to win games with special teams than it is to avoid losing games with them.


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Meet the Seawolves 2006: Played in six games as a freshman … season-high four tackles at New Hampshire (9/16). High School: A 2006 graduate of Neshaminy High School … won three letters in football for the Redskins … first team all-district as a senior … first team All-Golden-II … recorded 47 tackles as a senior … 21 of those came behind the line of scrimmage, including six sacks. Personal: Born Josh Auerbach on June 19, 1987 in Bristol, Pennsylvania ... son of Paul and Dana Auerbach … one brother ... majoring in sociology.

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Defensive Back

Sr. • 5-11 • 217 Mamaroneck, N.Y. Rye Neck

2008: Saw action in 10 games as a junior … career-high 11 tackles during the season … three stops in the win over Charleston Southern (10/18) … career best four tackles, three unassisted, at Iona (11/8) … also got one carry offense against the Gaels, gaining four yards. 2007: Made a switch to defensive back … played in a careerhigh 11 games … finished with four tackles 2006: Saw action in three games as a running back … totaled 29 yards on seven carries … gained a season-high of 20 yards at Wagner (11/4) on five carries … also had his long run of the season against the Seahawks. 2005: Redshirted. High School: A 2005 graduate of Rye Neck High School … four-time letterwinner for the Panthers … all-state as a senior … two-time all-league and all-section … rushed for 1,100 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior ... totaled five touchdowns and 500 yards in 2004 … picked for the NFF All-Dozen team in 2005. Personal: Born Luis Miguel Altamiranda on November 20, 1987 in New York City ... son of Janet and Julio Altamiranda … one brother ... majoring in business management.

Altamiranda’s Career Stats Year GP/GS UT AT Tot TFL Sks Int PBU FR FF 2005 Redshirted 2006 3/0 Carried the ball seven times for 29 yards as a running back 2007 11/0 3 1 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 2008 10/0 6 5 11 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 1 0 Totals 24/0 9 6 15 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 1 0

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Defensive Line Sr. • 6-1 • 255 Langhorne, Pa. Neshaminy

2008: New career-high with 10 appearances … after starting the season on the defensive line played the last six games as a blocking back on offense … came up with his only two stops of the season in back-to-back games at Brown (9/20) and against Hofstra (9/26) … caught one pass on offense for six yards against VMI (11/15). 2007: Saw action in a career-high eight games … best game of the season came at Bucknell (9/8) where he made five stops … also recorded his first career sack against the Bison.

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Year GP/GS 2006 8/0 2007 6/0 2008* 10/0 Totals 24/0

Auerbach’s Career Stats

UT 6 0 0 6

AT 6 6 2 14

Tot 12 6 2 20

TFL 1.0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-2

Sks 1.0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-2

Int 0 0 0 0

* caught one pass for six yards on offense in 2008

PBU 0 0 0 0

FR 1 0 0 1

FF 0 0 0 0

Michael Bamiro

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So. • 6-8 • 345 Tobyhanna, Pa. Pocono Mtn. West

Prior to Stony Brook: Attended the University of Pittsburgh for a year but did not play football. High School: A 2008 graduate of Pocono Mountain West High School in Pennsylvania … earned one letter as a lineman for the Panthers … honorable mention all-conference … team captain as a senior … 22 tackles as a senior ... helped lead his team to an 8-2 record and a top-50 ranking in the state … also lettered in track. Personal: Born Michael Bamiro on October 9, 1990 in Brooklyn, New York ... son of Samuel and Christiana Bamiro ... brother David played football at Stony Brook … another brother, Solomon, played basketball for the Seawolves and recently made the Harlem Globetrotters ... majoring in journalism.

Bilal Browne

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Running Back

So. • 5-10 • 196 Brentwood, N.Y. Brentwood

2007: Enrolled at Stony Brook but did not play football. High School: A 2007 graduate of Brentwood High School … won four letters in football as a running back for the Indians … named the team’s most improved player … also lettered in track and basketball … vicepresident of Student Council as a senior. Personal: Born Bilal Browne on March 19, 1989 ... son of Winston and Mary Browne … majoring in psychology.


Meet the Seawolves Sean Burgwardt

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GP/GS 7/0

Burgwardt’s Career Stats

UT 2

AT 0

Tot TFL Sks 2 0.0-0 0.0-0

Int 0

PBU 0

FR 0

FF 0

Bo Cassel

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Sr. • 6-4 • 245 Rough and Ready, Calif. Nevada Union/Butte CC

Year 2008

GP/GS 10/1

Cassel’s Career Stats

No 5

Yds 75

YPC 15.0

Lg 28

TD 0

YPG 7.5

Sr. • 5-8 • 175 Glen Burnie, Md. DeMatha Catholic

2008: Played in all 11 games for a second straight season for Stony Brook … fourth in the defensive backfield in total tackles with 25 … at least one tackle in every game … pair of stops in each of the first two games against Colgate (8/30) and Elon (9/6) … four stops, including one for a loss of three yards, at Liberty (10/11) … four more tackles to match his season-high at Coastal Carolina (10/25) … also recovered a fumble against the Chanticleers on the opening kickoff that led to an SBU touchdown … three tackles at Iona (11/8) … closed the season with four more stops, three of which were for losses, in the win over VMI (11/15). 2007: Played in all 11 games as a sophomore … third among defensive backs with 42 tackles … second on the team in passes broken up with seven … shared the team lead in forced fumbles with two … broke up a pair of pass attempts in the season opener vs. Georgetown (9/1) … forced a fumble to go with five stops at Bucknell (9/8) … career highs of seven tackles and three passes broken up at Richmond (10/13) … pair of tackles for loss, a forced fumble and a pass broken up vs. Central Connecticut State (11/10) … five solo stops at Elon (11/17). 2006: Saw action in seven games in his first season … made a pair of stops, one at Monmouth (9/30) and one vs. Sacred Heart (10/21) … recorded his first career pass break up at Wagner (11/4). High School: A 2006 graduate of DeMatha Catholic High School in Hyattsville, Maryland … three-time letterwinner in football for the Stags … first team all-state selection as a senior … also named first team all-conference and first team all-Metro … 64 tackles and six interceptions on defense … rushed for 500 yards on offense … also lettered in basketball. Personal: Born Benjamin Clements III on January 11, 1988 in Annapolis, Maryland … son of Benjamin Clements, Jr. and Jackie Rawlings … one brother ... majoring in sociology.

Year GP/GS 2006 7/0 2007 11/11 2008 11/4 Totals 29/15

UT 1 27 20 48

Clements’ Career Stats AT 1 15 5 21

Tot 2 42 25 69

TFL 0.0-0 4.5-13 3.0-11 7.5-24

Sks 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

Int 0 0 0 0

PBU 1 7 1 9

FR 0 0 1 1

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2009 Football

2008: Saw action in 10 games with one start at tight end for Stony Brook … regular in the rotation at tight end … finished with five receptions for 75 yards … all five catches resulted in first downs … those totals were third among tight ends … first Stony Brook reception came at Maine (9/13) for a season best 28 yards … 20-yard grab at Liberty (10/11) … season best two catches for 22 yards in the win over Charleston Southern (10/18). Prior to Stony Brook: Played two seasons at Butte Community College in California ... earned letters in both seasons with the Roadrunners. High School: A 2005 graduate of Nevada Union High School in Grass Valley, California … four football letters for the Miners … two-time all-district selection … as a senior selected as a Northern California All-Star ... All-Sacramento ... helped Nevada Union to an appearance in the section championship game in 2005 … during his career the Roadrunners went a combined 37-7 ... also lettered in track and field and basketball. Personal: Born Christian Cassel on January 28, 1987 in Grass Valley, California … nickname is Bo … son of Randy Cassel and Paulette Rickard … brother Coleman was a member of the rugby squad at Nevada … majoring in history.

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So. • 5-8 • 180 Rocky Hill, Conn. Rocky Hill

2008: Played in seven games in his first season of action for Stony Brook … saw most of his game time on special teams … totaled two tackles on the season … one each at Coastal Carolina (10/25) and at Iona (11/8). 2007: Redshirted. High School: A 2006 graduate of Rocky Hill High School … four-year letterwinner in football for the Terriers … all-New England selection as a senior … totaled 22 interceptions over his final three seasons … two-time all-state player … three-time all-conference pick. Personal: Born Sean Michael Burgwardt on April 21, 1988 in Las Vegas, Nevada … son of Kent and Darlene Burgwardt ... majoring in health science.

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Meet the Seawolves Rock Contardi

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Jr. • 6-1 • 210 Melbourne, Fla. Holy Trinity

2008: Played in all 11 games as a sophomore for the Seawolves … saw most of his action on special teams where he made tackles at Coastal Carolina (10/25) and at Iona (11/8) … also saw time at running back … finished the season with 25 yards on nine carries … season best came at Iona where he carried four times against the Gaels for 21 yards. 2007: Got into 10 games in his first season of competition as a back-up running back … finished third on the squad with 141 yards on the ground … averaged 5.2 per carry, also third on the team … established his career best of 36 yards in the second game of the season at Bucknell (9/8) … 35 yards at Richmond (10/13) … 34 yards vs. Bryant (10/27), including a career-long run of 18 yards. 2006: Redshirted. High School: A 2006 graduate of Holy Trinity High School in Melbourne, Florida … awarded two letters in football for the Tigers … all-state selection as a senior … team MVP as both a senior and junior … also lettered in baseball and track. Personal: Born Rock R. Contardi on April 10, 1988 in White Plains, New York … son of Rock and JayAnn Contardi … two brothers and one sister ... majoring in health science. Year GP/GS 2007 10/0 2008 11/0 Totals 21/0

Contardi’s No Yds 27 140 9 25 36 165

Career Stats YPC 5.2 2.8 4.6

Lg 18 11 18

TD 0 0 0

YPG 14.0 2.3 7.9

Frank Conti

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Defensive Line

Jr. • 6-1 • 250 Lake Grove, N.Y. Sachem North/Nassau CC

2009 Football

Prior to Stony Brook: Played two seasons at Nassau Community College ... earned letters in both seasons. High School: A 2006 graduate of Sachem North High School … allleague selection and team captain as a senior … also lettered in track and wrestling. Personal: Born Frank Conti on February 3, 1988 … son of Charlie and Francine Conti ... majoring in sociology.

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Michael Coulter

10

Quarterback

So. • 6-1 • 205 Yorba Linda, Calif. El Dorado/Santa Ana Coll.

Prior to Stony Brook: Played one season at Santa Ana College ... threw for over 1,600 yards and 10 scores … was also on the team at Syracuse in 2007 but did not play.

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High School: A 2007 graduate of El Dorado High School … four-year letterwinner in football … team captain as a senior … All-CIF selection … threw for 28 touchdowns vs. four interceptions as a senior … league offensive player of the year … all-league pick … helped his team to a CIF state championship … named the Hawk of the Year at his high school. Personal: Born Michael Coulter on May 5, 1989 in Orange County, California … son of James and Lynn Coulter ... majoring in biochemistry.

Brian Crew

65

Offensive Line

Jr. • 6-4 • 290 Galt, Calif. Galt/Sacramento City Coll.

Prior to Stony Brook: Played two seasons at Sacramento City College ... all-conference selection as a sophomore. High School: A 2007 graduate of Galt High School … three-time letterwinner … all-league as a junior … also lettered in track … all-league selection in that sport as well. Personal: Born Brian Crew on September 28, 1989 in Sacramento, California… son of Thomas and Melanie Crew.

Conte Cuttino

1

Running Back

Sr. • 5-10 • 195 Uniondale, N.Y. Uniondale

2008: Started all 11 games at running back as a junior for the Seawolves … broke the 1,000-yard mark for the first time in his career with 1,195 yards … second on the team in rushing … broke the school career rushing mark in the final game of the season … second team All-Big South … preseason All-Big South selection … fourth in the Big South in rushing … career-high six 100-yard games, including the last five of the season … 21st in the nation with his average of 108.6 yards on the ground … fourth in all-purpose yards and ninth in the Big South in total offense … tied for fourth on the team with a career best 11 receptions … went over the 100-yard mark in the first game of the season with 104 vs. Colgate (8/30) … named the Big South Offensive Player of the Week for his effort against the Raiders … teams primary kick returner for a four-game mid-season stretch, returning 12 kicks for an average of 16.5 yards … season-long return of 27 vs. Hofstra (9/26) … averaged over 165 yards over the last five games of the season … saw his yardage increase in each of those games … 107 yards vs. Charleston Southern (10/18) … also had a pair of receptions


Meet the Seawolves for a season-high 23 yards … 136 yards and a score at Coastal Carolina (10/25) … 145 yards and two touchdowns vs. Gardner-Webb … reached the 200-yard mark for the second time in his career with 205 and three scores at Iona (11/8) … combined with Ed Gowins to set an NCAA FCS record for combined rushing yards in a game with 483 … the duo did it again with 483 yards in the final game of the season against VMI (11/15), with Cuttino accounting for 233, a career-high … named a College Sporting News National All-Star for his performance against the Keydets. 2007: Led Stony Brook for a second straight season in rushing with 940 yards … started all 10 games he played in … missed the final game of the season with an injury … four-100 yard games … 41st in the nation with his average of 94.0 yards on the ground … 139 yards the first game of the season vs. Georgetown (9/1) … first TD of the season at Bucknell (9/8) … career-highs of 204 yards (third-highest all-time at SBU) on 34 carries at Albany (10/6) … third SBU back to go over the 200-yard mark in a game … yardage was the third-highest in a game in school history while the carries were the second-highest ever … also broke off a season best 63 yarder against the Great Danes … 76 yards at Richmond (10/13) and a season-high three receptions … 171 yards and three scores vs. Maine (10/20) … 126 yards the next time out vs. Bryant (10/27) … started the season running back kickoffs as well … took one 95 yards for a score at Bucknell. 2006: Played in all 11 games with two starts as a true freshman … led the team in rushing with 672 yards … first freshman to lead SBU in rushing since Oliver Bridges in 1989 … went over the 100-yard mark for the first time in his career at Monmouth (9/30) … also set his season-high run with a 52-yard effort … scored his first TD against the Hawks … named NEC Football “Rookie of the week” for the week of 9/25 for his efforts vs. Monmouth … 88 yards vs. Albany (10/7) … ran for 129 yards and a score vs. Sacred Heart (10/21) … gained 92 yards in the final game of the season at Central Connecticut State (11/11) … second on the team in kick returns … averaged 18.7 yards per return … long return of 27 yards came at Massachusetts (9/23) … had a season-high of 72 return yards in that contest. High School: A 2006 graduate of Uniondale High School … three-time letterwinner in football for the Knights … ran for 1,482 yards and nine scores as a senior … team MVP in 2005 … two-time all-county pick … also lettered in track … two-time all-county selection in that sport as well. Personal: Born Conte D. Cuttino on February 7, 1988 in Uniondale, New York … son of Conte and Sonya Cuttino … two sisters ... majoring in business management.

Year GP/GS 2006 11/2 2007 10/10 2008 11/11 Totals 32/23

Cuttino’s Career Stats

Rushing No Yds YPC Lg TD 140 672 4.8 52 3 174 940 5.4 63 5 199 1,195 6.0 71 7 513 2,807 5.5 71 15

Receiving No. Yds. YPC Lg TD 2 -3 -1.5 5 0 6 43 7.2 13 0 11 74 6.7 15 0 19 114 6.0 15 0

Matt Dardenne

Jr. • 6-4 • 205 Fremont, Calif. Livermore/Laney Coll.

2008: Redshirted. Prior to Stony Brook: Played two seasons at Laney College in California … threw for over 2,400 yards during his final season … tossed 25 TD passes vs. just nine interceptions … totaled over 5,000 yards in the air and threw 50 touchdown passes over two seasons ... helped the school to a 19-3 record. High School: A 2006 graduate of Livermore High School … two letters in

Mario Dattilo

70

Offensive Line

So. • 6-4 • 275 Centereach, N.Y. Centereach

2008: Made his collegiate debut at Iona (11/8) along the offensive line. 2007: Redshirted. High School: A 2007 graduate of Centereach High School … earned three letters in football for the Cougars … all-league selection as a lineman … All-America nominee as a senior … totaled 118 tackles on defense over his last two seasons … also earned three letters in basketball. Personal: Born Mario A. Dattilo on December 8, 1989 in Centereach, New York … son of Mario and Kathy Dattilo … one brother ... majoring in political science.

Kevin Famulari

89

Wide Receiver

Fr. • 5-11 • 200 Stony Brook, N.Y. Ward Melville

High School: A 2008 graduate of Ward Melville High School in Setauket, New York … two-time letterwinner in football for the Patriots … also a member of the track team … lettered as a hurdler on that squad. Personal: Born Kevin Famulari on August 2, 1990 in East Meadow, New York ... son of Anthony and Christine Famulari … brother, Ryan, is also a member of the Stony Brook football team.

Ryan Famulari

13

Quarterback

Sr. • 6-2 • 200 Stony Brook, N.Y. Ward Melville

2008: Saw action in one game … made his collegiate debut at Iona (11/8). 2007: Redshirted. 2005-06: Enrolled at Stony Brook but did not play football High School: A 2005 graduate of Ward Melville High School in Setauket, New York … won two letters in football as a quarterback and linebacker for the Patriots. Personal: Born Ryan Anthony Famulari on December 17, 1986 in Stony Brook, New York ... son of Anthony and Christine Famulari … two brothers ... one, Kevin, is a freshman on the SBU team ... majoring in journalism.

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2009 Football

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Quarterback

football for the Cowboys … captained the team both of those seasons … also lettered twice in baseball. Personal: Born Matt Dardenne on October 17, 1987 in Fremont, California … son of Dave Dardenne and Leslie Faggiano ... majoring in business.

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Meet the Seawolves Paul Fenaroli

75

Offensive Line Jr. • 6-1 • 280 Monroe, Conn. Masuk

2008: Started every game for Stony Brook at center … helped clear the way for two 1,000-yard rushers and was part of a ground game that finished ninth in the nation in yards per game … blocked for a rushing attack that broke the Big South conference record for rushing yards in a game in each of the last two contests of the season … part of a unit that allowed just 17 sacks and ranked 37th in the nation in sacks allowed. 2007: Saw action in eight games starting the last five games of the season as a true freshman … part of an offensive line that allowed just 1.45 sacks per game to rank 30th in the nation. High School: A 2007 graduate of Masuk High School … three letters in football as an offensive and defensive lineman … all-state and all-Danbury Times as a senior … twotime all-conference selection. Personal: Born Paul Fenaroli on September 2, 1989 … son of Richard Fenaroli and Dawn Leety … one sister ... majoring in business.

Chris Fenelon

2009 Football

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36

Linebacker

So. • 6-0 • 230 Bellerose, N.Y. St. Francis Prep

2008: Did not see game action ... received a medical waiver. 2007: Did not see game action. High School: A 2007 graduate of St. Francis Prep in Queens, New York … four-time football letterwinner for the Terriers … MVP of the team as a senior … 55 tackles and five sacks … all-league and all-Queens in 2006 … named best two-way player … honorable mention all-Queens as a junior … 65 tackles and 7.5 sacks as a junior … also lettered in basketball and track. Personal: Born Christopher Joshua Fenelon on September 6, 1989 in Queens, New York … son of Rodolphe and Edmee Fenelon … one brother ... majoring in health science.

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Josh Gibson

50

Kicker/Punter

So. • 5-11 • 210 Reisterstown, Md. Franklin

2008: Did not see game action. 2007: Redshirted. High School: A 2007 graduate of Franklin High School … two letters in football as a kicker for the Indians … All-Metro League selection … all-division … also lettered in baseball … captained both the football and baseball squads. Personal: Born Josh Gibson on October 27, 1988 in Baumholder, Germany … son of Steven and Kristine Gibson … aunt played on Temple’s national championship lacrosse team in 1988 ... majoring in business management.

Cory Giddings

18

Defensive Back

Sr. • 5-11 • 190 Ocean, N.J. Ocean Township

2008: Started all eight games in which he appeared at safety … second on the team with a pair of interceptions … picked off his first pass of the season in the opener against Colgate (8/30) … five tackles, all solo, at Brown (9/20) … also had his second interception of the season against the Bears, returning it 19 yards for a touchdown … season-high six tackles and fumble recovery that led to a touchdown at Coastal Carolina (10/25) … four tackles, including a 10-yard sack, vs. Gardner-Webb (11/1) … another four stops in the season finale against VMI (11/15). 2007: Started every game at cornerback for a second straight year … ranked among the top-10 on the team with 37 tackles … one interception, three passes broken up and a fumble recovery … five stops in the season-opener vs. Georgetown (9/1) … five tackles and a pair of pass break-ups vs. Monmouth (9/21) … season-high six tackles and an interception at Hofstra (9/29) … returned the pick 41 yards, setting up a Seawolf touchdown … three tackles and a fumble recovery at Elon (11/17). 2006: Starter in his first season at Stony Brook at cornerback … made 39 tackles while picking off a pair of passes and recovering three fumbles … recovered three fumbles vs. Albany (10/7), two in the second quarter that he returned seven and 34 yards for scores … season-high eight tackles and one interception at St. Francis (Pa.) (10/14) … returned a blocked PAT in that game for a two-point score … 44-yard interception return against Sacred Heart (10/21) set up an SBU touchdown … seven tackles at Central Connecticut State (11/11).


Meet the Seawolves High School: A 2006 graduate of Ocean Township High School in Oakhurst, New Jersey … two-time letterwinner in football for the Spartans … second team all-state as a senior when he had three interceptions and 11 pass break-ups … All-Shore as a senior … two-time all-conference pick … also lettered in basketball and baseball … Honor Roll student. Personal: Born Cory N. Giddings on November 26, 1987 in Long Branch, New Jersey … son of Roger and Alma Giddings … one brother ... majoring in health science.

Year 2006 2007 2008 Totals

GP/GS 11/11 11/11 8/8 30/30

UT 20 19 19 58

Giddings’ Career Stats AT 19 18 9 46

Tot TFL Sks Int 39 1.0-2 0.0-0 2 37 1.5-3 0.0-0 1 28 2.0-12 1.0-10 2 104 4.5-17 1.0-10 5

PBU 5 3 2 10

FR 3 1 1 5

FF 0 0 0 0

Julian Glenn

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Linebacker

Sr. • 6-1 • 220 Uniondale, N.Y. Holy Trinity/Maine

Year GP/GS 2007 11/1 2008 11/11 Totals 22/12

UT 9 12 21

Glenn’s Career Stats AT 13 16 29

Tot TFL Sks Int 22 0.5-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 28 0.5-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 50 1.0-3 0.0-0 0.0-0

PBU 0 1 1

FR 0 0 0

FF 2 0 2

Running Back

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So. • 5-11 • 222 Bellport, N.Y. Bellport/Bridgton Acad.

2008: Named the national Freshman of the Year by the College Sporting News … Big South Freshman of the Year as well as a first team All-Big South selection … led Stony Brook and broke the single-season rushing record with 1,310 yards … that was the highest total of any freshman at the FCS level in 2008 … second in the Big South and 10th in the nation with his 119.1 yards per game average … broke the SBU yards per carry record for a single season by over three yards per carry (9.4) … was 10 carries short of qualifying to break the NCAA FCS record for average yards per rush in a season … twice named the Big South Offensive Player of the Week … league’s Freshman of the Week four times … five 100-yard games … broke off runs of at least 57 yards in six games … started his career off with a bang with 147 yards and a pair of touchdowns against Colgate (8/30) … 122 yards and a score the next week against Elon (9/6) … had his season-long run of 72 yards vs. the Phoenix … did not break the 100-yard mark again until the final three games of the season when he averaged over 237 yards per game … 185 yards and a pair of scores against Gardner-Webb (11/1) … third best rushing game in school history with 278 on just 19 carries with three scores at Iona (11/8) … combined with Conte Cuttino to set an NCAA FCS record for combined rushing yards in a game with 483 against the Gaels … the duo did it again with 483 yards in the final game of the season against VMI (11/15), with Gowins accounting for 250, a career-high … named a College Sporting News National All-Star for his performance against the Keydets. Prior to Stony Brook: Played one season at Bridgton Academy in Maine … rushed for 1,100 yards and 11 toudchdowns. High School: A 2007 graduate of Bellport High School … three-time letterwinner in football for the Clippers … two-time captain … Hansen Award winner in 2006 as Suffolk Counties top football player … all-state and All-Long Island as a senior … two-time all-county and all-division pick … rushed for 1,996 yards as a senior … scored 34 touchdowns … 793 yards rushing as a junior … helped his team to a combined 21-1 record over his final two seasons … also lettered in track. Personal: Born Edwin Gowins on June 21, 1989 in Brookhaven, New York … nickname is Eddie … son of Edwin Gowins and Patricia Cousin ... majoring in psychology.

Year 2008

GP/GS 11/0

Gowins’ Career Stats

No 140

Yds 1,310

YPC 9.4

Lg 72

TD 11

YPG 119.1

Stony Brook Seawolves

2009 Football

2008: Started all 11 games for the Seawolves at linebacker … 10th on the team with a career-high 28 tackles … at least one tackle in nine games … three stops in each of the first two games of the season against Colgate (8/30) and Elon (9/6) … established a career-high with six tackles at Maine (9/13) … one of his stops was for a loss against the Black Bears … three solo stops against Hofstra (9/26) … came up with his first career pass break up at Iona (11/8). 2007: Played in all 11 games in his first season at Stony Brook, making one start … finished with 22 tackles and a pair of forced fumbles from his linebacker position … three stops vs. Monmouth (9/21) … five tackles each in the last two games of the season vs. Central Connecticut State (11/10) and at Elon (11/17) … both of his forced fumbles came against the Phoenix. Prior to Stony Brook: Attended the University of Maine but did not see game action. High School: A 2005 graduate of Holy Trinity High School in Hicksville, New York … three-time all-conference selection … second team all-Long Island as a senior … rushed for 3,450 yards over three seasons … also lettered in basketball. Personal: Born Julian Haywood Glenn on August 5, 1987 in the Bronx, New York … son of Wayne and Lynnelle Glenn … one brother ... majoring in sociology.

Edwin Gowins

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Meet the Seawolves Dayton Guillory

5

Defensive Back

Sr. • 6-0 • 175 Bossier City, La. Bossier/Yuba Coll.

2008: Got into 10 games for Stony Brook in his first season with the program, primarily as a back-up cornerback and kick returner … totaled 22 tackles, broke up a pass and forced one fumble … started the season returning kicks … season-long kick return of 31 yards against Colgate (8/30) … averaged 18.6 yards per return on kickoffs … also returned 10 punts for an average of 8.7 yards … long punt return for the season came at Maine (9/13) when he hauled one back 31 yards … moved into more of a role on defense over the second half of the season … season-high eight tackles at Liberty (10/11) … broke up a pass at Coastal Carolina (10/25) … six tackles and a forced fumble against Gardner-Webb (11/1). Prior to Stony Brook: Played for two seasons at Yuba College in Marysville, California … two-time All-Bay Valley League selection as a defensive back ... helped the 49ers to a conference championship as a freshman in 2006 ... totaled 40 tackles and seven interceptions … returned three picks for touchdowns. High School: A 2005 graduate of Bossier High School in Bossier City, Louisiana … one football letter for the Bearkats … all-city and all-district selection as a senior ... made 85 tackles and four interceptions during his senior season ... also lettered in basketball and baseball … earning all-city, all-district and all-state honors in baseball … captain of the baseball team. Personal: Born Dayton Guillory on December 28, 1986 in Bossier City, Louisiana … nickname is Day Day … son of Charles and Belinda Guillory … two sisters ... majoring in sociology.

2009 Football

Year GP/GS UT 2008 10/4 14

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Guillory’s Career Stats Defensive Tot TFL Int PBU 22 0.0-0 0 1

Punt Returns No. Yds. YPR Lg TD 10 87 8.7 34 0

Jordan Gush

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Wide Receiver

R-Fr. • 6-0 • 185 Richardson, Texas J.J. Pearce

2008: Did not play as a true freshman. High School: A 2008 graduate of J.J. Pearce High School in Richardson, Texas … three-time letterwinner in football for the Mustangs …

Stony Brook Seawolves

three-year starter … second team all-state as a senior … first team AllMetroplex by the Dallas Morning News … city and district MVP … team offensive and special teams MVP … 93 catches for 1,191 yards and 12 scores as a senior … ran back two kickoffs and one punt for scores … totaled over 2,000 receiving yards for his career. Personal: Born Jordan James Gush on September 28, 1989 in Garden City, Kansas … nickname is Jay … son of Jim and Anne Gush … father played football at Bucknell and is on the Stony Brook football coaching staff ... majoring in arts and sciences

Ryan Haber

96

Defensive Line

So. • 6-1 • 265 Lafayette Hill, Pa. St. Joseph’s Prep

2008: Played in eight games in his first season of action for Stony Brook along the defensive line … sixth on the team in tackles for loss … established his career-high in the first game of the season vs. Colgate (8/30) … six tackles, including a sack for a 10-yard loss, against the Raiders … two tackles for a loss the next week out vs. nationally ranked Elon (9/6) … pair of stops against both Coastal Carolina (10/25) and Iona (11/8). 2007: Redshirted. High School: A 2007 graduate of St. Joseph Prep High School in Philadelphia … four-time letterwinner in football … all-Catholic League and all-city selections … team MVP as defensive lineman. Personal: Born Ryan Haber on January 27, 1989 in Philadelphia … son of Mark and Patricia Haber ... majoring in sociology.

Year 2008

GP/GS 8/1

UT 9

Haber’s Career Stats AT 7

Tot TFL Sks Int 16 4.0-22 1.5-16 0

PBU 0

FR 0

FF 0

Cameron Hall

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Wide Receiver

Jr. • 6-4 • 210 Foothill Ranch, Calif. Laguna Hills/Orange Coast Coll. Prior to Stony Brook: Played two seasons at Orange Coast College in California … as a sophomore he caught 51 passes for 800 yards and six touchdowns. High School: A 2007 graduate of Laguna Hills High School … lettered three times in football… first team All-CIF … first team all-conference … two time offensive MVP of the team … 53 receptions for 855 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior … also lettered in basketball and track. Personal: Born Cameron Hall on April 14, 1989 in Orange County, California … son of Prentis and Mona Hall … father played baseball at the United States Naval Academy ... majoring in arts and sciences.


Meet the Seawolves Dayne Hoffman

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Jason Lazar

Quarterback

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So. • 6-2 • 230 Ada, Mich. Forrest Hills Cent./Bridgton Acad.

Year 2008

GP/GS 11/11

Hoffman’s Career Stats

Cmp 125

Att 259

Int 9

Pct Yds 48.3 1,636

TD 11

Lg 61

Eff. 108.4

Sr. • 5-10 • 220 Oceanside, N.Y. Oceanside/Nassau CC

2008: Did not see game action. Prior to Stony Brook: Played for two seasons at Nassau Community College. High School: A 2005 graduate of Oceanside High School … three-time letterwinner in football for the Sailors … named to the all-county squad as a senior. Personal: Born Jason Florio Lazar on February 19, 1987 in Oceanside, New York … son of Bill and Pauline Lazar … majoring in sociology.

Michael Lepore

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Wide Receiver

Jr. • 6-0 • 190 Brick, N.J. Brick/New Hampshire

2008: Played in all 11 games for Stony Brook as a receiver and on special teams as the squad’s primary holder … first collegiate catch came at Maine (9/13) … had a season-high four receptions against the Black Bears … two catches at Brown (9/20) … season-long reception of 16 yards at Liberty (10/11). 2007: Sat out the season after transferring from New Hampshire. Prior to Stony Brook: Played in one game at New Hampshire in the 2006 season. High School: A 2006 graduate of Brick Memorial High School … awarded four letters in football as a wide receiver … all-division team … second team all-group and third team all-state picks. Personal: Born Michael Lepore on April 9, 1988 in Essex County, New Jersey … son of Robert and Cathy Lepore … one brother and one sister ... majoring in health science.

Year 2008

GP/GS 11/1

Lepore’s Career Stats No Yds YPC Lg 7 58 8.3 16

TD 0

YPG 5.3

Adam Love

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Tight End

Jr. • 6-1 • 220 Lewisberry, Pa. Redland/Richmond

2008: Played in a pair of games for the Seawolves. 2007: Sat out the season after transferring from Richmond. Prior to Stony Brook: Member of the football team at the University of Richmond in 2006 but did not see game action. High School: A 2006 graduate of Redland High School … three-time letterman in football as a wide receiver … an East/West All-Star selection … team captain … also played basketball. Personal: Born Adam Love on November 3, 1987 in Manchester, New Hampshire … son of Michael and Alice Love … one sister ... majoring in economics.

Stony Brook Seawolves

2009 Football

2008: Started every game at quarterback for Stony Brook in his first season of action … threw for over 100 yards in all but two games … pair of 200-yard afternoons throwing the ball … fifth in the Big South in total offense, passing yards and passing efficiency … 1,636 passing yards is the 10th-highest mark in the SBU record book … threw for 174 yards and one score in his collegiate debut vs. Colgate (8/30) … connected on a 49yard play for his first collegiate TD pass to Lynell Suggs … also rushed for a score against the Raiders … threw for 157 yards and a pair of scores against nationally ranked Elon (9/6) … completed over 53 percent of his passes in Big South play … first 200-yard game of his career came against Charleston Southern (10/18) when he threw for 210 yards and two scores … 197 yards and a careerhigh three touchdown passes at Coastal Carolina (10/25) … one of the scores was a 61-yard toss to Dwayne Eley, his longest pass play of the season … threw for 209 yards against Gardner-Webb (11/1) … 175 yards and a pair of scores vs. VMI (11/15) … also rushed for his second TD of the season against the Keydets. 2007: Redshirted. Prior to Stony Brook: Prepped for a year at Bridgton Academy in Maine … named an athlete of the month in the fall of 2006 … football coaches award. High School: A 2006 graduate of Forrest Hills Central High School in Grand Rapids, Michigan … won four football letters as a quarterback and linebacker for the Rangers … selected as the Burger King Athlete of the Week as a senior … named most athletic in his class … also lettered in hockey and baseball. Personal: Born Dayne Steven Hoffman on September 23, 1987 in Kalamazoo, Michigan … son of Steven and Denise Hoffman … one brother … father played quarterback at Western Michigan ... majoring in health science.

Linebacker

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Meet the Seawolves Matt Luby

52

Punter

R-Fr. • 5-10 • 170 Sharon Springs, N.Y. Troy

2008: Did not see game action. High School: A 2008 graduate of Troy High School in Troy, New York … two letters in football as a kicker for the Flying Horses … second team all-league as a punter in 2007 … also lettered in soccer … captain of that squad. Personal: Born Matt Luby on July 9, 1990 in Albany, New York … son of Michael Luby and Pamela Crandall-Luby ... majoring in business management.

Michael Marino

51

Defensive Line

Daniel Muy

66

Offensive Line

Sr. • 6-2 • 280 Tallahassee, Fla. Lincoln/Florida Int.

2008: Saw action in four games as a backup along the offensive line … wound up the season No. 2 on the depth chart at right guard. Prior to Stony Brook: Played one season at Florida International … saw action in four games in 2006 … redshirted in 2005 … spent the 2004 season at Nebraska before transferring to Florida International. High School: A 2004 graduate of Lincoln High School in Tallahassee, Florida … four-year letterwinner as a lineman … third team all-state as a senior … started for Florida in the CaliFlorida Bowl … nations No. 9 center prospect by Rivals.com … member of the 2001 state championship team … played all three offensive line positions. Personal: Born Daniel Muy on February 27, 1986 in Miami, Florida … nickname is Danny … son of Scott and Marta McPherson ... majoring in sociology.

So. • 6-1 • 290 Middle Island, N.Y. Longwood/S. Conn. St.

2008: Sat out the season after transferring from Southern Connecticut State. Prior to Stony Brook: Member of the team at Southern Connecticut State where he took a redshirt season. High School: A 2007 graduate of Longwood High School in Middle Island, New York … three-time letterwinner in football as a lineman for the Lions … team captain … 96 tackles and 12 sacks as a senior … All-Sufflok County and All-Long Island … selected to play in the Suffolk County All-Star game and in the Boomer Esiason Outback Bowl … also lettered in lacrosse. Personal: Born Michael Marino on October 2, 1989 in Port Jefferson, New York … son of Frank and Robin Marino … father played football at Hofstra ... majoring in arts and sciences.

Eric Mauler

2009 Football

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40

Offensive Line

R-Fr. • 6-2 • 280 Edgewater, Md. South River

2008: Did not see game action. High School: A 2008 graduate of South River High School … three-time letterwinner in football for the Sea Hawks as a lineman … second team all-county as a senior … Baltimore Sun honorable mention all-county as a junior … two-time Minds in Motion Award … also lettered in wrestling … team captain of that sport as a senior. Personal: Born Eric Albert Mauler on May 3, 1990 in Miami, Florida … son of Mike and Stef Mauler … uncle played hockey at Maine ... majoring in arts and sciences.

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Chris Perri

99

Defensive Line

Sr. • 6-3 • 270 Alameda, Calif. Bishop O’Dowd/Colorado

2008: Sat out the season after transferring from Colorado. Prior to Stony Brook: Played the 2007 season at Colorado … saw action in nine games for the Buffaloes … totaled seven tackles, two for a loss … played one season at Laney College in California … first team all-conference … was in on 60 tackles … 19 tackles for a loss with nine sacks. High School: A 2005 graduate of Bishop O’Dowd High School … threeyear letterwinner in football … first team all-league and second team AllSan Francisco Bay Area as a senior … totaled 80 tackles with 24 going for a loss … 12 sacks … tight end on offense … caught 22 passes for 300 yards and a pair of scores … 50 tackles as a junior … honorable mention all-league that season … also lettered in baseball, earning all-league honors as a sophomore. Personal: Born Christopher Perri on February 14, 1987 in Alameda, California … father (Mark) played football at Fresno State ... majoring in sociology.


Meet the Seawolves Emmett Phillips

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Offensive Line

Jr. • 6-5 • 285 West Hartford, Conn. Northwest Catholic

2008: Played in five games along the offensive front … finished the season as Stony Brook’s backup at right tackle. 2007: Got into five games as a backup along the offensive line. 2006: Redshirted. High School: A 2006 graduate of Northwest Catholic High School … three-time letterwinner in football for the Indians … named all-state by the Hartford Courant, New Haven Register and state coaches as a senior … all-state as a junior as well … tri-captain … also participated in lacrosse and track. Personal: Born Emmett Daniel-Winston Phillips on May 9, 1988 in Hartford, Connecticut … son of Ralph and Kruger Phillips … one sister ... majoring in sociology.

Donald Porter

6

Wide Receiver

Jr. • 5-8 • 170 Charles Town, W.Va. Martinsburg

Year GP/GS 2007 10/0 2008 10/1 Totals 20/1

Porter’s Career Stats

Receiving No Yds YPC Lg TD 2 10 5.0 7 0 11 137 12.5 37 0 13 147 11.3 37 0

Kick Returns No. Yds. YPR Lg TD 21 463 22.0 38 0 19 375 19.7 76 0 40 838 21.0 76 0

Alex Probasco

95

Defensive Line

So. • 6-2 • 250 Manhattan Beach, Calif. Mira Costa

Prior to Stony Brook: Attended Santa Monica College for two years but did not play football. High School: A 2007 graduate of Mira Costa High School … team captain … first team All-CIF as a senior … all-league selection … 85 solo tackles with 5.5 sacks as a senior … on offense ran for 10 touchdowns. Personal: Born Alex Probasco on January 11, 1989 in Inglewood, California… son of Joel and Sylvia Probasco ... majoring in arts and sciences.

Christopher Pugliese

71

Offensive Line

Sr. • 6-0 • 310 Medford, N.Y. Patchogue-Medford

2008: Started all 11 games at right guard for the Seawolves … helped clear the way for two 1,000yard rushers and was part of a ground game that finished ninth in the nation in yards per game … blocked for a rushing attack that broke the Big South conference record for rushing yards in a game in each of the last two contests of the season … part of a unit that allowed just 17 sacks and ranked 37th in the nation in sacks allowed. 2007: Played in every game but one along the offensive line … played both guard and center … part of an offensive line that allowed just 1.45 sacks per game to rank 30th in the nation. 2006: Saw limited action in one game. 2005: Redshirted. High School: A 2005 graduate of Patchougue-Medford High School … three-time letterwinner in football

Stony Brook Seawolves

2009 Football

2008: Solid second season at Stony Brook, seeing action in 10 games with one start … played as both a receiver and as the primary kick return specialist … fourth on the team in receptions and receiving yards … finished eighth in the Big South in average yards per kick return … fourth on the team in all-purpose yardage … pair of catches against Colgate (8/30) to start the season … season-long reception of 37 yards came against Hofstra (9/26) … career-high three catches vs. Gardner-Webb (11/1) … career best kick return of 76 yards at Iona (11/8) … returned a season-high four kicks in back-to-back games at Coastal Carolina (10/25) and vs. Gardner-Webb … had 115 all-purpose yards in each of those contests, a career-high … returned at least two kicks over the last six games of the season … also recorded six tackles on special teams. 2007: Played in 10 games for Stony Brook as a true freshman … saw most of his action on special teams … turned into the squad’s top kickoff returner … led the team with 21 returns for 463 yards … 10 tackles on special teams … two catches as a wide receiver … two tackles in his first collegiate game at Bucknell (9/8) … got off a 33-yard kick return at Youngstown St. (9/15) … first collegiate catch at Hofstra (9/29) … season-high six returns for 115 yards at Richmond (10/13) … season-long return of 38 yards in the final game of the season at Elon (11/17).

High School: A 2007 graduate of Martinsburg High School in Martinsburg, West Virginia … lettered all four years in football at wide receiver … two-time all-state player … all-area selection … also ran track and played basketball. Personal: Born Donald Porter, Jr. on August 7, 1988 in Poolsville, Maryland … son of Donald and Cheryl Porter … one brother and two sisters … father played collegiate football at Oregon and went on to play in the NFL for the New York Jets ... majoring in philosophy.

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Meet the Seawolves for the Raiders as an offensive/defensive lineman … first team all-state, All-Long Island, all-county and all-division as a senior … won the Zellner Award as the best lineman in Suffolk County … over 200 tackles as a defender over his career. Personal: Born Christopher John Pugliese on September 4, 1987 in Medford, New York … son of Michael and Mary Pugliese … two brothers ... majoring in history.

Chevar Rankins

32

Linebacker

Jr. • 6-1 • 235 Middletown, Conn. Xavier

2008: Season limited to three games due to injury … recorded four tackles … season-high of two came at Maine (9/13). 2007: Played in two games before suffering a season-ending injury … received a medical redshirt … started the first game of the season vs. Georgetown (9/1), making four tackles … totaled five stops for the season. 2006: Started all 11 games as a true freshman for Stony Brook at linebacker … sixth on the team with 50 tackles … broke up a pair of passes and forced two fumbles … four tackles, including one for a loss, in first collegiate game vs. Hofstra (8/31) … six stops at Georgetown (9/9) … broke up both passes at Monmouth (9/30) … seven tackles vs. Albany (10/7) … career best nine stops at St. Francis (Pa.) (10/14) … seven tackles at Central Connecticut St. (11/11). High School: A 2006 graduate of Xavier High School … three letters in football for the Falcons as a linebacker/tight end … all-state, all-conference and all-area … 115 tackles and four sacks as a senior … 95 stops as a junior … also played basketball … all-state and all-conference in that sport. Personal: Born Chevar Antony Rankins on May 4, 1988 in Middletown, Connecticut … son of Michael and Cheryl Rankins … one brother and two sisters ... majoring in psychology. Year GP/GS 2006 11/11 2007 2/1 2008 3/0 Totals 16/12

UT 20 0 2 22

Rankins’ Career Stats AT 30 5 2 37

Tot 50 5 4 57

TFL 1.5-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.5-2

Sks Int 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0

PBU 2 0 0 2

FR 0 0 0 0

FF 2 0 0 2

Dominick Reyes

2009 Football

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Defensive Back R-Fr. • 6-4 • 200 Hesperia, Calif. Hesperia

2008: Did not see game action. High School: A 2008 graduate of Hesperia High School … three time letterwinner in football for the Scorpions … 2007 Daily Press Defensive Player of the Year … selected to play in the Southern California Bowl … helped lead Hesperia to a 9-2 record and its first CIF playoff victory … 10 interceptions from his safety position … recorded 58 tackles and forced three fumbles … hauled in 37 passes for 511 yards and six scores as a receiver … also lettered in wrestling. Personal: Born Dominick Reyes on December 26, 1989 in Hesperia, California … son of Jose and Monique Reyes … three brothers ... majoring in arts and sciences.

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Chris Richards

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Defensive Back

Sr. • 6-0 • 175 Quartz Hills, Calif. James Monroe/Michigan

2008: Started every game at cornerback for Stony Brook … second team All-Big South … led the team and tied for third in the Big South with three interceptions … second among defensive backs on the team in tackles with 39 … at least one tackle in every game but one … second on the team with four passes broken up … ninth in the conference in passes defended … picked off the first pass thrown in the Colgate (8/30) game … went on to record four tackles and a pair of interceptions against the Raiders to earn Big South Defensive Player of the Week honors … three stops, a pass break-up and blocked a field goal attempt at Maine (9/13) … career-high nine tackles vs. Charleston Southern (10/18) … also forced a fumble against the Buccaneers that clinched Stony Brook’s firstever Big South win … four stops and a pass break-up at Coastal Carolina (10/25) … also recovered a fumble against the Chanticleers that led to an SBU touchdown … intercepted a pass and broke up two other attempts at Iona (11/8). 2007: Sat out the season after transferring from Michigan. Prior to Stony Brook: Spent two seasons at the University of Michigan … played in 11 games as a redshirt freshman in 2006 … played on special teams in every contest and as a cornerback in two games … totaled five tackles and one pass break up … broke up the pass in his first collegiate appearance vs. Central Michigan (9/9) … season-high two tackles vs. Ball St. (11/4) … played in the Rose Bowl vs. Southern California … redshirted in 2005. High School: A 2005 graduate of James Monroe High School … won the scholar-athlete award there seven times … totaled 257 tackles and 15 interceptions in his career … ran seven of the pickoffs back for scores … also had 2,903 yards rushing and 23 TDs and 196 receptions for 2,806 yards on offense, … totaled 1,967 return yards with 13 TDs … set school and league record with a 99-yard kickoff return … Valley Mission League Co-Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year as a senior … first team all-league, All-Los Angeles City and All-San Fernando Valley region. Personal: Born Chris Richards on October 11, 1987 … father played football at California from 1986-88 … brother Rashaad played at Boise St ... majoring in history.

Year GP/GS 2006 (M) 10/0 2008 11/11 Totals 21/11

UT 3 32 35

Richards’ Career Stats AT 2 7 9

Tot 5 39 44

TFL Sks Int 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 2.0-8 0.0-0 3 2.0-8 0.0-0 3

PBU 1 4 4

FR 0 1 1

FF 0 1 1


Meet the Seawolves Craig Richardson

Linebacker

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Fr. • 6-1 • 235 Revere, Mass. Malden Catholic/Bridgton Acad. Prior to Stony Brook: Attended Bridgton Academy in Maine … Coach’s Award. High School: A 2008 graduate of Malden Catholic High School … three letters in football for the Lancers … two-time Catholic Conference allstar … team MVP in 2007 … 147 tackles and four sacks as a senior … defensive MVP of the Shriners All-Star game in 2008 … .totaled over 200 tackles in three seasons … also lettered in basketball and wrestling. Personal: Born Craig Richardson on July 5, 1990 in Wakefield, Massachusetts … son of Carolyn Rose ... majoring in arts and sciences.

Melaquan Saffold

Tight End

4

Sr. • 6-1 • 250 Syracuse, N.Y. Corcoran

Year GP/GS 2006 6/0 2007 11/0 2008 10/9 Totals 27/9

Saffold’s No Yds 0 0 9 94 6 61 15 155

Career Stats YPC 0.0 10.4 10.2 10.3

Lg 0 38 23 38

TD 0 2 1 3

YPG 0.0 8.5 6.1 5.7

Offensive Line

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Sr. • 6-3 • 290 Irvine, Calif. Woodbridge

2008: Played in every game for the first time in his career … started 10 games at right tackle … helped clear the way for two 1,000-yard rushers and was part of a ground game that finished ninth in the nation in yards per game … blocked for a rushing attack that broke the Big South conference record for rushing yards in a game in each of the last two contests of the season … part of a unit that allowed just 17 sacks and ranked 37th in the nation in sacks allowed. 2007: Played in every game but one along the offensive line … started the first five games of the season at center … part of an offensive line that allowed just 1.45 sacks per game to rank 30th in the nation. 2006: Played in six games along the offensive line as a true freshman for Stony Brook. High School: A 2006 graduate of Woodbridge High School … three-time letterwinner in football for the Warriors as an offensive/defensive lineman … two-time all-league and all-city selection … MVP among offensive linemen as a senior … academic AllAmerican and National Football Foundation Scholar Athlete in 2005 … also participated in track … Orange County heavyweight lifting champion in 2005. Personal: Born Jefferson Louie Santos on May 24, 1987 in Manila, Philippines … son of Ronald and Maria Liliau Inouye … one brother and one sister ... majoring in business management.

Tyler Santucci

44

Linebacker

Sr. • 6-1 • 235 New Kensington, Pa. Valley

2008: Started every game for Stony Brook at linebacker … second team All-Big South … led Stony Brook in tackles (career-high 79) and passes broken up (5) … tied for seventh in the Big South in tackles … second on the team in tackles for loss (7.0) … four games in double figures in tackles … at least one tackle in every game … nine stops and two passes broken up in the season-opener vs. Colgate (8/30) … 11 tackles and one interception against nationally ranked Elon (9/6) … 10 tackles at Maine (9/13) … was in on three tackles for a total of eight yards of losses against the Black Bears … five solo tackles at Brown (9/20) … 10 stops at

Stony Brook Seawolves

2009 Football

2008: Saw action in 10 games, with nine starts … played as one of the team’s primary fullbacks … six receptions all came in the first half of the season … hand injury prevented him from catching passes over the final half of the season … pair of catches at Maine (9/13) for 27 yards and one score … one catch against the Black Bears was a season-long 27-yard play … two receptions for 23 yards vs. Hofstra (9/26). 2007: Converted to tight end and played in all 11 games for Stony Brook … fifth on the team with nine receptions for 94 yards and a pair of scores … seasonhigh four catches for 15 yards and one touchdown at Bucknell (9/8) … snared his second TD pass of the season vs. Bryant (10/27) … finished the season with three catches for a season best 61 yards at Elon (11/17) … season-long reception of 38 yards vs. the Phoenix. 2006: Got into six games as a backup lineman as a freshman. High School: A 2006 graduate of Corcoran High School … three varsity letters in football for the Cougars … first team All-Central New York … third team all-state selection as a senior … also played basketball and lacrosse. Personal: Born Melaquan Jamale Saffold on March 1, 1988 … son of Nataza Saffold … two brothers and two sisters ... majoring in history.

Jeff Santos

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Meet the Seawolves Liberty (10/11) … broke up a pass in three straight games starting vs. Charleston Southern (10/18) … season-high 12 tackles, seven solo, in the win at Coastal Carolina (10/25) … six solo tackles vs. Gardner-Webb (11/1) … eight stops in the win over VMI (11/15). 2007: Played in 10 games, starting eight at middle linebacker … fifth on the team with 56 tackles … second on the team in tackles for loss (5.5) and interceptions (2) … three games in double figures in tackles … five stops in the season-opener vs. Georgetown (9/1) … picked off his first pass vs. Monmouth (9/21), returning it 27 yards … 11 tackles, including a sack, at Albany (10/6) … 10 stops vs. Maine (10/20) … six tackles, an interception and a safety vs. Bryant (10/27) … career-high 13 tackles at Elon (11/17). 2006: Played in all 11 games as a true freshman … finished fourth on the squad with 56 tackles … tied for second on the team with four tackles for loss … four tackles and a pair of passes broken up at Georgetown (9/9) … nine stops, including a pair for a loss, at New Hampshire (9/16) … only interception of the year came at Monmouth (9/30) … six tackles at Wagner (11/4) … matched his season-high with nine tackles at Central Connecticut St. (11/11). High School: A 2006 graduate of Valley High School … played linebacker and running back for the Vikings … 136 tackles and three interceptions as a senior … Alleghany Conference Defensive Player of the Year … three-time first team all-conference … Valley News Dispatch Defensive Player of the Year … also played basketball. Personal: Born Tyler Santucci on May 29, 1988 in New Kensington, Pennsylvania … son of Ron and Shannon Varhola … one brother ... majoring in sociology.

Year GP/GS 2006 11/0 2007 10/8 2008 11/11 Totals 32/19

Santucci’s Career Stats UT AT Tot TFL Sks Int 21 35 56 4.0-10 1.0-5 1 23 33 56 5.5-17 1.0-2 2 44 35 79 7.0-15 0.0-0 1 88 103 191 16.5-42 2.0-7 4

PBU 2 0 5 7

FR 1 1 0 2

FF 0 0 0 0

Adrian Sawyer

86

Wide Receiver

2009 Football

Sr. • 6-3 • 215 Oakland, Calif. Oakland Tech/Laney Coll.

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2008: Played in all 11 games in his first season at Stony Brook … regular in the rotation at tight end … led the team’s tight ends with 10 catches … first Stony Brook receptions came at Maine (9/13) where he made two grabs for 14 yards … two catches for a season-high 30 yards vs. Charleston Southern (10/18), including the game-winning score … season-long reception of 23 yards vs. the Buccaneers … season-high three receptions for 24 yards vs. Gardner-Webb (11/1). Prior to Stony Brook: Played for two seasons at Laney College in Oakland, California … caught 17 passes as a sophomore, third highest on the team … averaged over 14 yards per catch. High School: A 2004 graduate of Oakland Tech in Oakland, California … played just his senior season for the Bulldogs … 27 catches for over 400 yards …

Stony Brook Seawolves

all-league selection … also lettered in basketball. Personal: Born Adrian Sawyer on April 14, 1986 in Oakland, California … nickname is A.D. … son of Oziell and Laverne Sawyer … father also played football at Laney College ... majoring in sociology.

Year 2008

GP/GS 11/2

Sawyer’s No Yds 10 96

Career Stats YPC 9.6

Lg 23

TD 1

YPG 8.7

Stephen Schwicke

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Linebacker

Jr. • 6-1 • 240 East Patchogue, N.Y. Bellport

2008: Saw action in all 11 games, starting eight, at linebacker … second on the team in tackles with a career-high 60 … at least two tackles in every game … five stops, including one for a loss, against nationally ranked Elon (9/6) … seven tackles the next week at Maine (9/13) … careerhigh 11 tackles and a forced fumble at Brown (9/20) … eight stops in each of the next two games vs. Hofstra (9/26) and at Liberty (10/11) … in on a tackle for a loss in back-to-back games vs. Charleston Southern (10/18) and at Coastal Carolina (10/25) … six tackles vs. GardnerWebb (11/1). 2007: Played in all 11 games with one start for the Seawolves … seventh on the team in tackles with 53 … season-high 10 tackles at Bucknell (9/8) … eight stops the next week at Youngstown St. (9/15) … also intercepted his only pass of the season against the Penguins, returning it 43 yards … no less than four tackles over the next seven games … six in back-to-back contests vs. Bryant (10/27) and vs. Central Connecticut St. (11/10). 2006: Redshirted. High School: A 2006 graduate of Bellport High School in Bellport, New York … three varsity letters in football for the Clippers as a linebacker/ tight end … two-time all-state, All-Long Island and all-county player … Collata Award winner in 2005. Personal: Born Stephen Schwicke on July 19, 1988 in Smithtown, New York … son of Steve and Jacqui Schwicke … two brothers … has an uncle that played football at Cortland State ... majoring in sociology.

Year GP/GS 2007 11/1 2008 11/8 Totals 22/9

Schwicke’s Career Stats

UT 16 32 48

AT 37 28 65

Tot TFL Sks Int 53 3.0-6 0.0-0 1 60 4.5-13 0.0-0 0 113 7.5-19 0.0-0 1

PBU 0 0 0

FR 1 0 0

FF 0 1 1


Meet the Seawolves David Shukri

88

Tight End

R-Fr. • 6-6 • 245 Lindenhurst, N.Y. Lindenhurst

2008: Did not see game action. High School: A 2008 graduate of Lindenhurst High School … three-time letterwinner in football for the Bulldogs … all-division selection … also lettered in basketball … helped that team to a league championship … business honor society. Personal: Born David Jensen Shukri on May 25, 1990 in Bethpage, New York … son of the late David Shukri and Jayce Shukri … father and uncle both played football at Penn State in the 70s ... majoring in arts and sciences.

Wesley Skiffington

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Kicker/Punter

R-Fr. • 6-2 • 205 Brandon, Fla. Armwood

2008: Did not see game action. High School: A 2008 graduate of Armwood High School … lettered all four years in football as a kicker … averaged 42.3 yards per punt as a senior … hit on four of seven field goals … helped his team to a 13-1 record and top-10 ranking in the state … also lettered in soccer and tennis. Personal: Born Wesley Skiffington on February 9, 1990 in Brandon, Florida … nickname is Wes … son of Bill and Phyllis Skiffington ... majoring in arts and sciences.

Jonathan Spruill

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Wide Receiver So. • 6-0 • 170 Bellport, N.Y. Bellport

26

Defensive Back

So. • 6-2 • 210 Warren, Ohio Harding/Connecticut

2008: Played in the opening game of the season vs. Colgate (8/30) … suffered a season-ending knee injury in that contest. Prior to Stony Brook: Attended the University of Connecticut for one year … redshirted … named the Defensive Scout Team Player of the Week prior to the Cincinnati game (Nov. 10). High School: A 2005 graduate of Warren G. Harding High School in Warren, Ohio … prepped at Fork Union Military Academy in Virginia where he was the team’s captain … at Warren High School, was first team allcounty pick and a two-year letterwinner … helped Harding to three conference championships … Harding went 14-1 his sophomore year and was state runner-up … also lettered in basketball and baseball. Personal: Born Corey Maurice Stringer on December 18, 1986 in Warren, Ohio … son of Jody and Cindy Stringer … cousin of late Minnesota Vikings offensive tackle Korey Stringer … cousin, Deryck Toles, was an All-Big Ten corner at Penn State and spent the 2005 season with the Indianapolis Colts … cousin, Prescott Burgess, started at outside linebacker for Michigan and now plays for the Baltimore Ravens … nephew of Rutgers women’s basketball coach C. Vivian Stringer ... majoring in sociology.

Dan Sweeney

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Quarterback

Sr. • 6-0 • 195 Niskayuna, N.Y. Colonie Central

2008: Spent the season as the Seawloves backup at quarterback … got into four games … set career highs with 14 completions in 22 attempts for 110 yards … busiest game was at Brown (9/20) where he threw for 90 yards, completing 11 of his 16 attempts … also hit on three of five attempts vs. Hofstra (9/26) for 20 yards. 2007: Got into five games as the No. 2 quarterback for the Seawolves … completed three of his four pass attempts for 35 yards … went 2-for-2 for 34 yards at Youngstown St. (9/15). 2006: Saw action in three games at quarterback … went 2-for-2 for 11 yards at New Hampshire (9/16). 2005: Redshirted. High School: A 2005 graduate of Colonie High School in Colonie, New York … lettered once in football for the Raiders as a quarterback/safety/ receiver … threw for 570 yards and a pair of scores … four interceptions on defense … also played basketball … team’s most outstanding player in hoops. Personal: Born Daniel Brian Sweeney on June 4, 1987 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida … son of Brian and Deborah Sweeney … two sisters ... majoring in sociology.

Sweeney’s Career Stats Year GP/GS Cmp Att Int Pct Yds 2005 Redshirted 2006 3/0 2 2 0 1.000 11 2007 5/0 3 4 0 75.0 35 2008 4/0 14 22 0 63.6 110 Totals 12/0 19 28 0 67.9 156

TD

Lg

Eff.

0 0 0 0

6 23 21 23

146.2 148.5 105.6 114.7

Stony Brook Seawolves

2009 Football

2008: Played in one game … made his collegiate debut at Iona (11/8). 2007: Redshirted. High School: A 2007 graduate of Bellport High School … won three letters in football for the Clippers as a receiver/defensive back … first team all-state and all-county as a senior … two-time All-Long Island selection … also lettered in basketball. Personal: Born Jonathan Spruill on February 25, 1989 in Stony Brook, New York … son of Samuel and Sabrina Spruill … three sisters ... majoring in business.

Corey Stringer

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Meet the Seawolves Personal: Born Stephan Towns on June 14, 1988 … son of Frank and Mary Towns … majoring in sociology.

Carl Teague

Linebacker

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Marlon Tudor

Sr. • 6-1 • 230 St. Petersburg, Fla. St. Petersburg Catholic/UConn 2008: Started all 11 games at linebacker in his first season of action at Stony Brook … finished fourth on the team in tackles with 52 … at least two tackles in every game but one … seven stops in the first game of the season against Colgate (8/30) … four tackles, two of which were for a total of 10 yards in losses, against Elon (9/6) … picked up a sack at Maine (9/13) … season-high 10 tackles along with a pass broken up at Brown (9/20) … in on five stops at Liberty (10/11) … forced fumble and two tackles at Coastal Carolina (10/25) … eight stops, five solo, vs. Gardner-Webb (11/1) … also recovered a fumble against Bulldogs. 2007: Did not play. Prior to Stony Brook: Member of the team at Connecticut in 2005 … did not see game action. High School: A 2005 graduate of St. Petersburg Catholic High School … earned two football letters as a linebacker … first team all-state selection … first team all-conference … team captain … 87 tackles and 10 sacks as a senior … Iron Man award … helped his team to the state regional championship … also played basketball … earned the team’s sixth-man award … honor roll student … student government. Personal: Born Carl W. Teague on August 14, 1987 in St. Petersburg, Florida … son of Albert and Sandra Teague … one brother and two sisters … brother Jason played football at Michigan State … father played football at Southern Mississippi ... majoring in sociology.

Year 2008

GP/GS 11/11

UT 30

Teague’s Career Stats AT 22

Tot TFL Sks Int 52 4.5-23 1.0-9 0

PBU 1

FR 1

FF 1

Stephan Towns

2009 Football

85

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Wide Receiver

Sr. • 6-2 • 190 San Diego, Calif. Southwest/Palomar CC

2008: Saw action in six games as a reserve receiver … caught his only pass of the season at Maine (9/13) for five yards. Prior to Stony Brook: Played two seasons at Palomar College in California … lettered both seasons … third on the team with 16 receptions as a sophomore ... totaled 216 yards and one TD on those catches … helped the team to a berth in the Southern California Bowl ... team finished with a 7-3 record and a #26 final national ranking. High School: A 2006 graduate of Southwest High School in San Diego… two letters in football for the Raiders as a receiver … all-metro selection in the San Diego area … two-time captain of the team … also lettered in basketball and track and field.

Stony Brook Seawolves

Defensive Back

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So. • 5-10 • 170 South Ozone Park, N.Y. Jamaica

High School: A 2007 graduate of Jamaica High School … lettered twice in football as a cornerback and wide receiver … named team’s “D” Player of the Year as a senior … picked off three passes in one game as a senior … also lettered in track and field. Personal: Born Marlon Tudor on December 27, 1989 in Brooklyn, New York … son of Linden and Holly Tudor … has a brother that ran track at Tennessee … also has a cousin that played football for Delaware State … majoring in mathematics.

Chris Tyler

Tight End

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Jr. • 6-5 • 245 Rocky Hill, Conn. Rocky Hill

2008: Played in every game at tight end for Stony Brook, starting 10 games … four catches for 44 yards … first catch of the season came vs. Hofstra (9/26) … best game of the year came in the season finale vs. VMI (11/15) … had two receptions for 31 yards, including a seasonlong catch for 18 yards. 2007: Got into nine games as a back-up tight end … five catches for 67 yards and one score … picked up his TD pass in the first game vs. Georgetown (9/1) on a three-yard lob … it was his first career catch … career-long 23-yard reception at Youngstown St. (9/15) … two catches for a career-high 28 yards vs. Bryant (10/27). 2006: Got into six games as a true freshman. High School: A 2006 graduate of Rocky Hill High School … lettered all four years in football for the Terriers as a tight end … two-time all-conference player … all-state and All-New Britain Herald as a senior … also participated in track in which he set school records in the discus and shot put. Personal: Born Chris B. Tyler on January 30, 1988 in Hartford, Connecticut … son of Clyde and Barbara Tyler … one sister ... majoring in business.

Year GP/GS 2006 6/0 2007 9/0 2008 11/10 Totals 26/10

Tyler’s Career Stats

No 0 5 4 9

Yds 0 67 44 111

YPC 0.0 13.4 11.0 12.3

Lg 0 23 18 23

TD 0 1 0 1

YPG 0.0 7.4 4.0 4.3


Meet the Seawolves Phillip Vournazos

Offensive Line

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Jr. • 6-2 • 290 Buena Park, Calif. Western/Long Beach City Coll.

Prior to Stony Brook: Played for two years at Long Beach City College. High School: A 2007 graduate of Western High School … twice named first team All-Orange League as an offensive lineman … second team All-Orange League as a defensive lineman as a junior. Personal: Born Phillip Vournazos on February 19, 1989 in Buena Park, California … nickname is Phil … son of Terry and Judy Vournazos ... majoring in arts and sciences.

2007: Played in 10 games as a true freshman for the Seawolves …totaled 13 tackles … four stops at Albany (10/6) … career-high five tackles the next week at Richmond (10/13). High School: A 2007 graduate of Toms River North High School … three-time letterwinner in football for the Mariners as a strong safety, quarterback and running back … second team all-state as a senior when he made four interceptions … three-time all-shore, all-county and alldivision selection. Personal: Born Arin West on February 17, 1989 in Toms River, New Jersey … son of David and Laura West … one brother … brother David plays football at Albany ... majoring in health sciences. Year GP/GS 2007 10/0 2008 11/7 Totals 21/7

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Arin West

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Jr. • 6-0 • 205 Toms River, N.J. Toms River North

Tot 13 58 71

TFL Sks Int 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 3.5-4 0.0-0 0 3.5-4 0.0-0 0

PBU 0 2 2

FR 0 1 1

FF 0 1 1

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R-Fr. • 5-11 • 220 Woodside, N.Y. Bayside

2008: Did not play. Personal: Born John Zorbas on October 16, 1990 in Woodside, New York … son of Eleni Zorbas ... majoring in mathematics.

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Brett Arce

Tight End So. • 6-4 • 240 Coalinga, Calif. • Coalinga/West Hills Coll.

Prior to Stony Brook: Played one season as a tight end at West Hills College. High School: A 2007 graduate of Coalinga High School … three-time letterwinner for the Horned Toads … first team all-state as a senior … first team All-Fresno … named first team all-conference on both offense and defense ... also letterd four times in basketball and twice in baseball. Personal: Born Brett Arce on July 24, 1989 in Bakersfield, California ... son of Mark and Sharon Arce.

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Gary Beddoe

Running Back

Fr. • 6-0 • 230 Endicott, N.Y. • Union-Endicott

High School: A 2009 graduate of Union-Endicott High School … three-time letterwinner in football for the Tigers … two-time all-conference selection … rushed for 550 yards as a senior … totaled 633 yards his junior season ... totaled 1,553 yards for his career … team was ranked all three seasons … also lettered in baseball … all-metro as a 1B, DH, oufielder. Personal: Born Gary Joseph Beddoe on July 15, 1991 in Johnson City, New York ... son of Gary and Pat Beddoe ... father played football at Rutgers … mother was a field hockey player at Oswego State.

Stony Brook Seawolves

2009 Football

2008: Saw action in all 11 games … became a starter at safety over the last half of the season … started seven games … led all defensive backs with 58 tackles … third on the team in tackles … four tackles at Maine (9/13) with one for a loss … five stops at Brown (9/20) with a forced fumble … careerhigh 11 tackles at nationally ranked Liberty (10/11), including one for a loss … eight tackles and a pass break-up vs. Charleston Southern (10/18) … seven tackles and a fumble recovery that led to a touchdown at Coastal Carolina (10/25) … seven solo tackles in the win over VMI (11/15).

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Sr. • 6-3 • 305 Brooklyn, N.Y. Brooklyn Tech/Maine

2008: Saw action in three games as a reserve along the offensive line … made his Stony Brook debut at Liberty (10/11). 2007: Sat out the season after transferring from the University of Maine. Prior to Stony Brook: Attended the University of Maine for two years … member of the football team but did not see game action. High School: A 2004 graduate of Brooklyn Technical High School … two-year letterwinner in football for the Engineers as an offensive lineman. Personal: Born Markell Louis Watson on August 4, 1986 in Brooklyn, New York … son of Jackie Watson … three brothers and one sister ... majoring in history.

West’s Career Stats

John Zorbas

Markell Watson

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UT 8 36 44

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Justin Blake

Defensive Back

Fr. • 5-10 • 180 Piscataway, N.J. • Piscataway

High School: A 2009 graduate of Piscataway High School … three-year letterwinner in football for the Chiefs … an all-county, all-area and all-conference selection in 2008 … All-Central New Jersey … 53 tackles while intercepting three passes and breaking up 12 other attempts … All-Central New Jersey as a junior … made 63 tackles and had six interceptions that season … also played basketball. Personal: Born Justin Blake on November 26, 1990 in Piscataway, New Jersey … son of Bernard and Cynthia Blake.

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Matt Brevi

Wide Receiver

So. • 6-2 • 210 Tampa, Fla. • Armwood/Ft. Hays State

Prior to Stony Brook: Played one season at Fort Hayes State University in Kansas … caught 34 passes for 397 yards … also returned 13 kicks for 366 yards. High School: A 2006 graduate of Armwood High School … two letters in football for the Hawks … all-state, all-district and all-county selection … had six returns for touchdowns as a senior … helped his team to a pair of state championships. Personal: Born Mathew Brevi on March 3, 1988 ... son of Pete and Carol Brevi ... bother, Chris, played two seasons at Stony Brook as well as at Iowa.

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Casey Callahan

Linebacker Fr. • 5-11 • 215 Tampa, Fla. • Armwood

High School: A 2009 graduate of Armwood High School … three-year letterwinner in football for the Hawks … linebacker award … helped his team to a No. 3 ranking in the state as a senior … also lettered in track … honor society. Personal: Born Sean Casey Callahan on December 26, 1990 in Brandon, Florida … son of Anna-Marie Callahan.

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Myles Campbell

Wide Receiver

Fr. • 5-11 • 170 Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. • John Muir

High School: A 2009 graduate of John Muir High School in Pasadena, California … three-time letterwinner in football for the Mustangs … first team AllCIF as a senior … first team all-area ... first team All-Pacific League ... 45 receptions for 870 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior … also rushed for 200 yards … 20 catches for 500 yards and three scores as a junior ... also lettered in track and field (four times) and basketball (twice) ... team captain as a senior. Personal: Born Myles Campbell on November 5, 1991 … son of Jackie Richmond … cousin, Marquel Martin, played football at UNLV.

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Nick Deluca

Running Back

Fr. • 5-8 • 220 Allentown, Pa. • Parkland

High School: A 2009 graduate of Parkland High School in Allentown, Pennsylvania … three-time letterwinner in football for the Trojans … two-time con-

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ference all-star … Outstanding Lineman award … recorded 98 tackles and 10.5 sacks as a senior … helped his team to a state runner-up finish as a junior … two-time national champion power lifter at 220-lbs. … holds 24 USA Powerlifting records. Personal: Born Nick Deluca on December 21, 1991 in Allentown ... son of David and Robin Deluca.

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Peace Edafe

Defensive Back

Fr. • 5-11 • 200 Staten Island, N.Y. • Salisbury (Conn.) School

High School: A 2009 graduate of the Salisbury School in Salisbury, Connecticut ... all-league player … gained 422 yards and scored six touchdowns in 2008 … 46 tackles, three interceptions and two forced fumbles on defense … gained 800 yards on the ground and made 34 tackles in his first season … also attended Ralph McKee High School in Staten Island, New York.

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Drew Evangelista

Kicker Fr. • 5-8 • 175 Cedar Grove, N.J. • Cedar Grove

High School: A 2009 graduate of Cedar Grove High School … four-time letterwinner for the Panthers … first team All-Essex County by the Star Ledger as a kicker … first team all-state in Group 1 as a defender … third team allstate in all groups … three-time first team all-conference kicker … NJFCA Super 100 … helped his team to a state championship as a junior … four-time letterwinner in baseball … one letter in basketball … National Honor Society … Spanish National Honor Society … high honor roll. Personal: Born Drew Evangelista on May 5, 1991 in Montclair, New Jersey … son of Andrew and Nan Evangelista … father played baseball at Davis & Elkins in West Virginia.

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Joe Faiella

Offensive Line

So. • 6-5 • 310 Freehold, N.J. • Freehold Twp./Maryland

Prior to Stony Brook: Member of the team at the University of Maryland for two years … did not see game action in 2008 … redshirted as a freshman in 2007. High School: A 2007 graduate of Freehold Township High School in New Jersey … a two-year starter and three-year letterwinner along the offensive line ... did not allow any sacks his senior season ... earned first team All-Shore and All-Group 4 honors, as well as third team all-state in 2006 ... a three-year letterwinner on the basketball team as well. Personal: Born Joe Faiella on February 8, 1989 in Freehold, New Jersey … son of Ralph and Theresa Faiella … brother, Matt, is a freshman linebacker at Stony Brook … father played football at Lycoming College.

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Matt Faiella

Linebacker Fr. • 6-3 • 225 Freehold, N.J. • Freehold Twp.

High School: A 2009 graduate of Freehold Township High School in New Jersey … four-time letterwinner for the Patriots at linebacker … named to the Super 100 All-State team as a senior … all-division, all-area and all-county selection … set two school tackling records … one was for tackles for a loss in a season … the other was for tackles in a game. Personal: Born Matt Faiella on February 3, 1991 in Brooklyn, New York … son of Ralph and Theresa Faiella … brother, Joe, is an offensive lineman at Stony Brook … father played football at Lycoming College.


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Julio Geronimo

Defensive Line

Fr. • 6-2 • 280 East Orange, N.J. • East Orange

High School: Aa 2009 graduate of East Orange High School … three letters in football for the Jaguars … third team all-state pick as a senior … totaled 66 tackles and seven sacks as a senior … first team All-Essex County, first team all-conference and first team all-group … second team all-county, conference and group as a junior … helped his team to a state championship in 2007 … team captain as a senior. Personal: Born Julio Geronimo on July 1, 1991 in Newark, New Jersey … son of Pedro and Dalia Geronimo.

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Jimmy Gilburn

Defensive Back

Fr. • 5-11 • 195 Manalapan, N.J. • Manalapan

High School: A 2009 graduate of Manalapan High School … three-time football letterwinner for the Braves … two-time captain of the team … team MVP his final two seasons … three-time All-Shore and All-Monmouth County selection … two-time all-district selection … 48 tackles and a pair of interceptions along with 1,113 yards rushing as a senior … recorded over 60 tackles in both his sophomore and junior seasons … picked off a total of nine passes in his career … Honor Roll student. Personal: Born James Michael Gilburn on October 31, 1990 in Long Branch, New Jersey … son of John and Patricia Gilburn … father played lacrosse at the University of New Haven.

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Scott Hernandez

Offensive Line

Fr. • 6-6 • 320 Fort Worth, Texas • Juan Seguin

High School: A 2009 graduate of Juan Seguin High School … three-time letterwinner in football for the Cougars … second team all-district as a senior … team’s offensive lineman of the year in 2007 … recorded more than 25 pancake blocks as a senior … team captain as a senior … also lettered in track. Personal: Born Scott Parker Hernandez on October 2, 1990 in Fort Worth, Texas … nickname is Big Scott … son of Terry and Gina Hernandez.

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Taj Johnson

Defensive Back

Fr. • 5-10 • 180 Upland, Calif. • Upland

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Joseph Kirkpatrick

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Jr. • 6-1 • 240 Athens, Texas • Crossroads/Trinity Valley CC

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Elias Martinez

Defensive Line

Fr. • 6-5 • 245 Long Beach, Calif. • Millikan

High School: A 2009 graduate of Millikan High School in Long Beach, California … earned three letters in football for the Rams … first team all-league as a senior … coaches award … also lettered in basketball three times … Principal’s Honor Roll. Personal: Born Elias Martinez on March 2, 1991 in Long Beach, California … son of Gil and Karen Martinez.

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Eddie Mateo

Running Back

Fr. • 5-9 • 190 Bethlehem, Pa. • Freedom

High School: A 2009 graduate of Freedom High School … lettered his only season at Freedom … first team all-area and first team AAAA all-state … rushed for 1,692 yards and 21 touchdowns ... also lettered twice in football at Bethlehem Catholic … as a junior there rushed for 1,175 yards and 14 scores … also lettered in basketball and track. Personal: Born Eddie Mateo in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania ... son of Edward Mateo and Liset Pacheco.

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Chris McMillan

Wide Receiver

Fr. • 6-5 • 185 New York, N.Y. • Bishop Ford

High School: A 2009 graduate of Bishop Ford High School … three varsity letters in football for the Falcons … all-league in 2008 … second team all-city … as a senior caught 50 passes for 620 yards and six touchdowns … also picked up 100 yards rushing … captained the team twice. Personal: Born Christian Aaron McMillan on August 6, 1991 in Brooklyn, New York ... son of Glenn and Eotha McMillan … brother, Brian, played football at Lackawanna College.

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Major Mobley

Wide Receiver

Fr. • 5-11 • 165 Mt. Laurel, N.J. • Cherokee

High School: A 2009 graduate of Cherokee High School … four-time letterwinner in football at quarterback for the Chiefs … all-conference selection … second team all-county … passed for 890 yards and five scores while rushing for 700 yards and six scores … also lettered three times in track. Personal: Born Major Malachi Mobley on March 15, 1991 in Voorhees, New Jersey … son of Alviu and Carol Mobley … uncle, Keith Gloster, was a wide receiver at Temple.

Prior to Stony Brook: Attended Trinity Valley Community College for two years … lettered in football both years there … all-conference selection as a defensive end … 21 tackles and an interception as a sophomore.

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2009 Football

High School: A 2009 graduate of Upland High School … three letters in football for the Highlanders … first team All-CIF and second team all-league … totals 40 tackles with a pair of interceptions … 13 receptions for 250 yards and four scores on offense … second team all-league as a junior. Personal: Born Taj Johnson on April 8, 1991 in Pasadena, California … son of Fred and Tamiko Johnson.

High School: A 2007 graduate of Crossroads High School in Malakoff, Texas … lettered all four years in football for the Bobcats … twice a first team allleague selection as a running back and linebacker … two-time team captain … also lettered in basketball and baseball … all-state pick in baseball … class salutatorian. Personal: Born Joseph Kirkpatrick on October 27, 1988 in Dallas, Texas … son of Neal Kirkpatrick and Jeane Oakman … older brother plays football at SMU.

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Adam Nowak

Linebacker Fr. • 6-2 • 220 Philadelphia, Pa. • Father Judge

High School: A 2009 graduate of Father Judge High School … earned three football letters for the Crusaders … Philadelphia Catholic League Defensive Player of the Year … 85 tackles, six sacks and three interceptions … first team All-City … first team All-Philadelphia Catholic League … first team AllSoutheast Pennsylvania … had 32 catches on offense for 550 yards … team captain as a senior. Personal: Born Adam Nowak on January 23, 1991 … son of Adam Nowak Sr. and Lisa Spearing.

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Vincent Polo

Running Back

Fr. • 5-11 • 161 Wantagh, N.Y. • Wantagh

High School: A 2009 graduate of Wantaugh High School … three-time letterwinner for the Warriors … second team All-Long Island as a senior … two-time all-county pick … rushed for 1,600 yards and 19 touchdowns as a senior … totaled 1,000 yards on the ground as a junior … also lettered in lacrosse … captained both the football and lacrosse teams … National Honor Society. Personal: Born Vincent Joseph Polo on July 18, 1991 in Lindenhurst … son of Rich and Cindy Polo.

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Nase Reid

Defensive Back

Fr. • 5-11 • 185 North Brunswick, N.J. • North Brunswick Twp.

High School: A 2009 graduate of North Brunswick Township High School … two-time letterwinner in football … honorable mention all-state and all-district as a senior … led the team with three interceptions while making 68 tackles in 2008 … Honor Roll in 2006. Personal: Born Nase James Reid on April 9, 1991 in New Brunswick, New Jersey … son of Gregory and Angella Reid … father played football at Rutgers.

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Ian Solomon

Offensive Line

Fr. • 6-2 • 320 New Rochelle, N.Y. • New Rochelle

High School: A 2009 graduate of New Rochelle High School … three-time letterwinner in football for the Huguenots … first team all-state in Class AA as a senior … two-time all-section, all-league and all-county … 54 pancake blocks as a senior … 47 as a junior … helped lead his team to the state semifinals twice … also lettered in hockey. Personal: Born Ian Solomon on June 2, 1991 in Atlantic City, New Jersey … son of Stanley and Linda Solomon.

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Ryan Sollazzo

Defensive Line

Sr. • 6-2 • 250 Tampa, Fla. • Armwood/Florida Atlantic

Prior to Stony Brook: Attended Florida Atlantic University for four years … played in five games in 2008 as a redshirt junior … played in eight games in 2007, primarily on special teams ... totaled 16 tackles, including three for loss … did not see game action in 2006 and redshirted in 2005.

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High School: A 2005 graduate of Armwood High School in Tampa, Florida … won back-to-back state titles (‘03-’04) ... team went 29-0 over those two seasons ... national football scholar-athlete ... recorded 16 sacks as a senior ... two-sport athlete (football and basketball, a sport he served as a captain). Personal: Born Ryan Sollazzo on February 14, 1987 in Tampa, Florida … son of Paul and Terry Sollazzo.

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Kenny Tuiloma

Linebacker Fr. • 5-10 • 230 Long Beach, Calif. • Long Beach Polytechnic

High School: A 2009 graduate of Long Beach Polytechnic High School … three-time letterwinner in football for the Jack Rabbits … second team allleague as a senior … 105 tackles, three fumble recoveries, two forced fumbles and an interception … most outstanding linebacker … helped to backto-back state championships his junior and senior seasons … team captain as a senior. Personal: Born Kenny Tuiloma on December 20, 1990 in Long Beach, California … son of Paka and Susanna Tuiloma … cousin, Neo Aoga, was a junior college All-American at quarterback and signed with the Detroit Lions.

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A.J. Valentine

Defensive Back

Fr. • 5-10 • 185 Marlton, N.J. • Cherokee

High School: A 2009 graduate of Cherokee High School in Marlton, New Jersey … three-time letterwinner in football for the Chiefs … two-time allconference selection as a defensive back/running back … team captain as a senior … helped the squad to the state championship game as a freshman and sophomore … team won the state title his freshman season … also lettered three times each in basketball and track and field. Personal: Born A.J. Valentine on February 8, 1991 in Willingboro, New Jersey … son of Adrian and Debbie Valentine.

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Rich Vitale

Linebacker Fr. • 5-8 • 176 Higganum, Conn. • New London

High School: A 2009 graduate of the Science & Technology Magnet School of New London High School … four-year starter for the Whalers … New London Day and Norwich Bulletin Player of the Year … New Haven Register all-state team on defense … Class SS all-state on offense … totaled 149 tackles, nine sacks and five interceptions as a linebacker … rushed for 2,024 yards and 24 touchdowns on offense … MVP of the state championship game, gaining 304 yards and making 14 stops as New London claimed the state crown … allarea pick … New Haven Register all-state team on defense as a junior … 130 tackles and five sacks that season … Class S all-state team and all-area. Personal: Born Richard Alen Vitale on August 22, 1989 in Meriden, Connecticut … nickname is Richie … son of Rich and Karen Vitale … brother of Britain and Nicolas.

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Reza Zoroufie

Kicker Fr. • 5-10 • 180 Brentwood, Tenn. • Antioch

High School: A 2009 graduate of Antioch High School … four-time letterwinner for the Bears … hit on 55 of 63 extra point attempts over his final three seasons … connected on five of his six field goal attempts. Personal: Born Reza Zoroufie on June 14, 1991 in Dover, New Jersey … son of Ray and Terri Zoroufie.


2008 Review


2008 Review Game 1

Game 2

Stony Brook 42, Colgate 26

Aug. 30, 2008 • LaValle Stadium • Stony Brook, N.Y. • 5,808 Stony Brook University’s football team started the 2008 season on a high note, scoring 28 unanswered first half points as it took a 42-26 win over Colgate in the first ever meeting between the two teams. The Seawolves running game ground out 270 yards, with Conte Cuttino gaining 104 and Edwin Gowins going for 147 yards and a pair of scores in his impressive debut in a Stony Brook uniform. Both teams had shaky starts, with Colgate and Stony Brook throwing interceptions on their opening possessions. Chris Richards made the first of his two interceptions of the night for Stony Brook, but the Seawolves gave it right back on their first possession when Wayne Moten picked off Dayne Hoffman’s first career attempt. Gaining possession on the Stony Brook 24, Colgate turned the interception into points when it got a 21-yard field goal from Jacob Stein to go up 3-0. Colgate’s lead was short lived, however, as Stony Brook erupted for 28 straight points. After the Colgate field goal Stony Brook drove 65 yards in six plays, getting key completions from Hoffman to Donald Porter for 26 yards and to Cuttino for 13 yards. Cuttino finished that off with a oneyard plunge and the Seawolves had a lead that it would not give up the rest of the night. Junior Cory Giddings set up the next score for SBU, picking off a pass that put the Seawolves on the Colgate 34. On the second play of the drive, Gowins took his first collegiate handoff and took it 22 yards to the end zone to put Stony Brook up 14-3. Stony Brook scored again on its first two possessions of the second quarter. Hoffman and Brandon Mason each had one-yard plunges that made it 28-3 with 5:56 left in the half. Colgate added another field goal, but SBU scored again just a minute into the second half when Hoffman hooked up with Lynell Suggs on a 49-yard scoring play that put the Seawolves up by 29 points. Colgate scored on its next three possessions, but Stony Brook’s defense held the Raiders to just 39 yards in the fourth quarter as the Seawolves claimed their sixth consecutive win at LaValle Stadium. Score by Quarters Colgate (0-1) Stony Brook (1-0)

1 3 14

2 3 14

3 13 14

4 7 0

2009 Football

No. 17 Elon used some early field position advantage to take a 16-0 lead and then held off Stony Brook to take a 30-20 victory. In a game that was played in some rainy conditions due to the remenents of tropical storm Hanna, the Seawolves held Elon to just 18 yards rushing and 259 overall, but could not overcome the early Phoenix lead. Edwin Gowins had another strong game at running back for SBU, passing the 100-yard mark again with 122 yards. Elon was able to pin Stony Brook inside its own five-yard line early in the first quarter and held field position advantage for most of the first half. The result was Elon taking advantage of its field position to get the first three scores of the game, taking a 16-0 lead midway through the second quarter on a pair of TDs and a field goal. The longest of any of those scoring drives for the Phoenix was just 45 yards. Stony Brook finally got a needed break when Tyler Santucci intercepted a Riddle pass and returned it nine yards to the Elon 24. Two plays later Dayne Hoffman turned the Phoenix miscue into points when he found Lynell Suggs, who made a one-handed grab, for a 19-yard scoring play that cut the Elon lead to 16-7. With less than two minutes to play Elon’s Karlos Sullivan took a punt at the Elon 19, shook off the first hit by a Stony Brook player, and then evaded the rest of the Seawolves for an 81-yard return for a score. Getting the ball back with just 1:25 left in the half, Hoffman again came through with another scoring pass, this time finding Donald Lee on a 49yard play that made it 23-13. It was Elon that put the first points of the second half on the board when Riddle found junior Terrell Hudgins open over the middle for a 57yard play that put the Phoenix back on top by 17 points. Early in the fourth quarter on a third and one play, Gowins took the handoff, sprinted around the left side and then out-raced the Elon defense to the end-zone for a 72-yard score to close out the scoring in the game.

Score 26 42

Scoring Summary: 1st 07:37 CU Jacob Stein 21 yd field goal, 7-20 3:49 05:30 SBU Conte Cuttino 1 yd run (Luke Gaddis kick), 6-65 2:00 03:21 SBU Edwin Gowins 22 yd run (Luke Gaddis kick), 2-34 0:41 2nd 09:01 SBU Dayne Hoffman 1 yd run (Luke Gaddis kick), 6-37 3:05 05:56 SBU Brandon Mason 1 yd run (Luke Gaddis kick), 4-63 1:57 00:37 CU Jacob Stein 29 yd field goal, 10-65 5:12 3rd 14:00 SBU Lynell Suggs 49 yd pass from Dayne Hoffman (Luke Gaddis kick), 3-71 0:52 06:06 CU Jordan McCord 6 yd run (Jacob Stein kick failed), 10-72 5:17 05:18 SBU Edwin Gowins 20 yd run (Luke Gaddis kick), 2-69 0:41 04:20 CU Pat Simonds 67 yd pass from Sam Breslin (Jacob Stein kick), 2-71 0:50 4th 14:54 CU Jordan McCord 13 yd run (Jacob Stein kick), 8-92 2:29

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#17 Elon 30, Stony Brook 20

Sept. 6, 2008 • LaValle Stadium • Stony Brook, N.Y. • 1,806

Team Statistics Colgate Stony Brook First Downs...............................................18......................................18 Rushes-YARDS (NET).............................. 41-183............................... 38-270 PASSING YDS (NET).....................................180....................................174 Passes Comp-Att-Int................................ 10-22-3...............................8-17-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS.............. 63-363............................... 55-444 Punts (Number-Avg).................................... 5-35.0................................5-42.6 Fumbles-Lost................................................ 0-0..................................... 1-0 Penalties-Yards........................................... 5-46................................... 6-65 Possession Time........................................ 30:56................................. 29:04

Score by Quarters Elon (1-1) Stony Brook (1-1)

1 13 0

2 10 13

3 7 0

4 0 7

Score 30 20

Scoring Summary: 1st 08:11 EU Bo Williamson 4 yd pass from Scott Riddle (Andrew Wilcox kick failed), 6-30 1:46 02:42 EU Tim Applegate 9 yd pass from Scott Riddle (Andrew Wilcox kick), 7-45 2:30 2nd 08:36 EU Andrew Wilcox 41 yd field goal, 7-34 2:40 05:08 SBU Lynell Suggs 19 yd pass from Dayne Hoffman (Luke Gaddis kick), 2-24 0:49 01:33 EU Karlos Sullivan 81 yd punt return (Andrew Wilcox kick) 00:24 SBU Donald Lee 49 yd pass from Dayne Hoffman (Luke Gaddis kick failed), 5-79 3rd 05:45 EU Terrell Hudgins 57 yd pass from Scott Riddle (Andrew Wilcox kick), 1-57 0:08 4th 09:31 SBU Edwin Gowins 72 yd run (Luke Gaddis kick), 13-92 6:09

Team Statistics Elon Stony Brook FIRST DOWNS...............................................16..................................... 13 RUSHES-YARDS (NET)............................... 34-18................................30-197 PASSING YDS (NET).....................................241................................... 157 Passes Comp-Att-Int................................ 26-42-1............................. 11-33-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS.............. 76-259...............................63-354 Punts (Number-Avg).................................. 8-40.5............................... 9-35.7 Fumbles-Lost................................................ 1-0.....................................1-1 Penalties-Yards........................................... 4-60...................................6-85 Possession Time........................................ 28:40.................................31:20

RUSHING: CU-Jordan McCord 21-90; Greg Sullivan 12-66; Alex Relph 2-14; Nate Eachus 5-12; Steve Hanson 1-1. SBU-Edwin Gowins 12-147; Conte Cuttino 14-104; Brandon Mason 8-16; Dayton Guillroy 1-12; Dayne Hoffman 2-(-9).

RUSHING: EU-Dontray Taylor 12-40; A.J. Harris 4-10; Brandon Newsome 3-2; Tim Applegate 1-0; Scott Riddle 11-(-32). SBU-Edwin Gowins 11-122; Conte Cuttino 17-49; Luke Gaddis 1-24; Dwayne Eley 1-2.

PASSING: CU-Greg Sullivan 8-19-2-105; Sam Breslin 1-1-0-67; Alex Relph 1-2-1-8. SBU-Dayne Hoffman 8-16-1-174; Dan Sweeney 0-1-0-0.

PASSING: EU-Scott Riddle 26-42-1-241. SBU-Dayne Hoffman 11-33-1-157.

RECEIVING: CU-Pat Simonds 6-134; Eric Tupta 2-20; Sam Breslin 1-25; Jordan McCord 1-1. SBU-Lynell Suggs 3-70; Donald Lee 2-61; Donald Porter 2-30; Conte Cuttino 1-13.

Stony Brook Seawolves

RECEIVING: EU-Terrell Hudgins 11-138; Bo Williamson 6-28; Dontray Taylor 4-33; Tim Applegate 2-23; Lance Camp 2-13; A.J. Harris 1-6. SBU-Dwayne Eley 5-62; Lynell Suggs 3-32; Donald Lee 1-49; Melaquan Saffold 1-8; Donald Porter 1-6.


2008 Review Game 3

Game 4

Maine 28, Stony Brook 13

Sept. 13, 2008 • Alfond Stadium • Orono, Maine • 6,425 Stony Brook scored the first touchdown of the game, but Maine held the Seawolves to negative yards in the second quarter and got three touchdown passes of 30 or more yards as it took a 28-13 victory at Alfond Stadium. Conte Cuttino led the Seawolves with 75 yards rushing while freshman Dayne Hoffman threw for 199 yards and one score. Getting a 34-yard punt return from Dayton Guillory that put Stony Brook in good field position at the Maine 48, the Seawolves wasted no time on their first drive of the game. Hoffman hit a key third down pass for 28 yards to Dwayne Eley, then finished the drive off on 3rd and goal with a four-yard TD pass to tight end Melaquan Saffold. Maine came back on its next possession, however, hitting on a 30-yard TD pass from Adam Farkes to Tyrell Jones on a fourth and 12 play to tie things up at 7-7 with 6:09 left in the first. Hoffman fumbled on Stony Brook’s next possession and Maine made the Seawolves pay for the turnover when Farkes hit Derek Buttles on a 26-yard TD pass on the Black Bears first play after the miscue. Stony Brook cut the lead down to four when Luke Gaddis hit his first field goal of the season, a 32-yarder at the 12:57 mark of the second quarter. For the rest of the half it was all Maine, however, as the Black Bears held SBU to minus-12 yards of offense while Farkes hit on two more touchdown passes; one to Landis Williams and another to Jones with just 1:21 left in the half that pushed Maine’s lead to 28-10. Maine’s lead could have been 31-10, but Chris Richards blocked a field goal attempt on the final play of the half. Stony Brook started the second half by driving 67 yards in 11 plays, getting a 22-yard field goal from Gaddis that made it 28-13. Maine also had a long drive in the quarter, but came up empty when Brian Harvey missed a 27-yard field goal. Early in the fourth quarter Stony Brook had a drive snuffed out when Hoffman was sacked for a 13-yard loss back to the Maine 41-yard line on third down. Maine then drove the ball into Stony Brook territory, but its drive stalled as well and the Seawolves took over at their own 20-yard line. Stony Brook again drove into Maine territory, but Hoffman lofted a pass towards the end zone that was picked off at the three-yard line. Score by Quarters Stony Brook (1-2) Maine (2-1)

1 7 14

2 3 14

3 3 0

4 0 0

Score 13 28

Scoring Summary: 1st 09:26 SBU Melaquan Saffold 4 yd pass from Dayne Hoffman (Luke Gaddis kick), 8-48 3:38 06:09 UM Tyrell Jones 30 yd pass from Adam Farkes (Brian Harvey kick), 7-56 3:17 04:50 UM Derek Buttles 26 yd pass from AdamFarkes (Brian Harvey kick), 1-26 0:12 2nd 12:57 SBU Luke Gaddis 32 yd field goal, 15-66 6:53 08:23 UM Landis Williams 3 yd pass from Adam Farkes (Brian Harvey kick), 5-38 1:41 01:21 UM Tyrell Jones 31 yd pass from Adam Farkes (Brian Harvey kick), 7-57 1:17 3rd 09:57 SBU Luke Gaddis 22 yd field goal, 11-67 5:03

Brown scored the first 17 points of the game, all in the first half, and held Stony Brook to 147 yards of offense as the Bears handed the Seawolves a 17-7 loss in non-conference football action. Offensively, Stony Brook was led by quarterback Dan Sweeney who hit 11 of his 16 pass attempts for 90 yards. Cory Giddings accounted for the only scoring for Stony Brook when he returned an interception for a score early in the fourth quarter. Stony Brook’s offense could not get on track at the start of the game, going three and out on its first four possessions. The Brown defense did not allow a first down until there was 3:25 left in the second quarter and held the Seawolves to just 10 yards in the first quarter. The Bear offense was just as effective. Jonathan Edwards scored on a 19-yard run on Brown’s first possession as the Bears went on to score on its first three possessions, taking a 17-0 lead on a Robert Raney field goal in the opening minute of the second half. Stony Brook got its first big play of the day when John Smith intercepted a Brown pass and returned it 22 yards to the Bear 23-yard line. Stony Brook came up empty-handed, however, when the offense again could not gain a first down and Luke Gaddis’ 38-yard field goal attempt hit the left upright. Sweeney came in to lead the final drive of the half for SBU and completed a pair of passes for 26 yards, driving the Seawolves down to the Brown three where it was first and goal. But again Stony Brook was denied by the Brown defense, which forced a Sweeney fumble on third down as he attempted to scramble around the right side to score. Both defenses held the offenses in check, resulting in a third quarter that resulted in only a total of 56 yards of offense between the two squads. With less than two minutes gone in the fourth, Giddings grabbed the second Stony Brook interception of the day and returned it 19 yards for a score to cut the Brown lead to 17-7 with 13:56 to go. Stony Brook’s defense continued to play well in the second half, holding the Bears to just 89 yards in the half. But the Seawolf offense could not get any points on the board. In the final quarter Stony Brook drove the ball into Brown territory down to the 19, but was turned away when the Bears stopped the Seawolves on a fourth and four play. Score by Quarters Stony Brook (1-3) Brown (1-0)

1 0 14

2 0 3

3 0 0

4 7 0

Score 7 17

Scoring Summary: 1st 10:53 BRW Jonathan Edwards 19 yd run (Robert Ranney kick), 7-67 2:31 03:43 BRW Buddy Farnham 2 yd run (Robert Ranney kick), 11-54 4:55 2nd 14:16 BRW Robert Ranney 25 yd field goal, 6-34 2:05 4th 13:54 SBU Cory Giddings 19 yd interception return (Luke Gaddis kick)

Team Statistics Stony Brook Brown FIRST DOWNS................................................7...................................... 17 RUSHES-YARDS (NET)............................... 29-36.................................35-84 PASSING YDS (NET).....................................111.................................... 175 Passes Comp-Att-Int................................ 15-26-0............................. 25-36-2 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS.............. 55-147...............................71-259 Punts (Number-Avg).................................. 9-39.4............................... 5-42.0 Fumbles-Lost................................................ 2-1.....................................4-0 Penalties-Yards........................................... 2-10....................................1-5 Possession Time........................................ 27:20.................................32:40

RUSHING: SBU-Conte Cuttino 16-75; Ed Gowins 15-31; Dayne Hoffman 8-(-34). UM-Jhamal Fluellen 17-108; Adam Farkes 7-18; Michael Brusko 7-15; Derek Session 2-14; Jared Turcotte 1-2.

RUSHING: SBU-Ed Gowins 9-35; Conte Cuttino 13-28; Dwayne Eley 1-2; Dayne Hoffman 2-(-12); Dan Sweeney 4-(-17). BRW-Jonathan Edwards 14-49; Dereck Knight 12-49; Bobby Sewall 2-3; Buddy Farnham 1-2; Matthew Sudfeld 1-1; Michael Dougherty 3-(-19).

PASSING: SBU-Dayne Hoffman 19-38-2-199. UM-Adam Farkes 12-22-0-148, Michael Brusko 1-1-0-11.

PASSING: SBU-Dan Sweeney 11-16-0-90; Dayne Hoffman 4-10-0-21. BRW-Michael Dougherty 25-36-2-175.

RECEIVING: SBU-Donald Lee 4-51; Dwayne Eley 4-45; Michael Lepore 4-30; Melaquan Saffold 2-274; Adrian Sawyer 2-14; Bo Cassel 1-28; Stephan Towns 1-5; Conte Cuttino 1-(-1). UM-Tyrell Williams 3-73; Landis Williams 3-10; Jhamal Fluellen 2-31; Derek Buttles 1-26; Michael Brusko 1-3; Jeremy Kelley 1-3.

RECEIVING: SBU-Dwayne Eley 5-37; Donald Lee 4-40; Michael Lepore 2-12; Adrian Sawyer 1-9; Conte Cuttino 1-5; Bo Cassel 1-5; Melaquan Saffold 1-3. BRWBuddy Farnham 14-111; Bobby Sewall 6-55; Colin Cloherty 2-6; William Averill 2-5; Jonathan Edwards 1-(-2).

Stony Brook Seawolves

2009 Football

Team Statistics Stony Brook Maine FIRST DOWNS...............................................20..................................... 15 RUSHES-YARDS (NET)............................... 39-72................................34-157 PASSING YDS (NET).....................................199................................... 157 Passes Comp-Att-Int................................ 19-38-2............................. 13-24-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS.............. 77-271...............................58-316 Punts (Number-Avg).................................. 8-40.5............................... 9-35.7 Fumbles-Lost................................................ 4-2.....................................0-0 Penalties-Yards........................................... 5-40...................................6-53 Possession Time........................................ 32:29.................................27:31

Brown 17, Stony Brook 7

Sept. 20, 2008 • Brown Stadium • Providence, R.I. • 3,652

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2008 Review Game 5

Game 6

Hofstra 43, Stony Brook 3

Sept. 26, 2008 • LaValle Stadium • Stony Brook, N.Y. • 2,105 It was one of those nights for Stony Brook’s football team as Hofstra took advantage of four turnovers, turning all of them into touchdowns, as it took a 43-3 decision on a damp night in LaValle Stadium. Conte Cuttino and Edwin Gowins combined for 138 yards on the ground for the Seawolves, but it was not enough to erase an early Hofstra lead. Getting the first possession of the game, Stony Brook drove into Hofstra territory on the strength of Cuttino’s running and the passing of Dayne Hoffman. Hoffman completed a key 21-yard pass on third and 13 to Dwayne Eley to keep the drive alive and the Seawolves continued into Pride territory, picking up a first-down at the Hofstra 31. Cuttino carried down to the 24, but a penalty backed up Stony Brook and the Seawolves could get no closer and turned the ball over on downs. Hofstra was also able to move the ball down the field on its first possession, putting together a 12-play, 66-yard drive that resulted in a one-yard scoring plunge by quarterback Cory Christopher. That started a string of 31 straight points for the Pride, highlighted by a 60-yard fumble return for a score. Stony Brook got on the board when it put together a drive at the end of the half, keyed by a 26-yard run by Cuttino down to the Hofstra eight. The drive stalled there, however, and the Seawolves had to settle for a 28-yard Gaddis field goal that made it 31-3 at the half. Still trailing 31-3 late in the third, Stony Brook forced the third Hofstra punt of the quarter after holding the Pride to a three and out. But the Seawolves fumbled away the punt and Hofstra recovered near midfield. Eight plays later the Pride found the end-zone again on another short Christopher run that put the game out of reach. Stony Brook got the ball only twice after that, turning it over on an interception that Hofstra turned into another score, before seeing an 11play drive halted on the Hofstra 15-yard line late in the game.

Liberty’s high-powered offense proved to be the difference as the Flames spoiled the Big South debut of Stony Brook with a 33-0 victory. The Flames rolled up 466 yards of offense and took a 17-0 lead at the half on their way to the win. Dayne Hoffman completed 13 of his 23 attempts for 142 yards to lead the Stony Brook offense. Liberty took the opening kick off and drove deep into Stony Brook territory. A Flames touchdown was erased on an illegal block, and the Seawolves held them to a 27-yard field goal. After holding Stony Brook on its first drive of the day, Liberty used six plays to score again, this time finding the end zone on a 29-yard scamper by Mike Brown that made it 10-0 with 1:37 left in the first. Stony Brook drove into Liberty territory on its next drive, getting solid runs from Edwin Gowins and a key pass from Hoffman to Dwayne Eley. The drive stalled at the Liberty 33, however, and the Seawolves were forced to punt. Liberty then made it three-for-three on its drives as it rode the strength of the running of Rashad Jennings to drive down the field, scoring on a 14-yard Jennings run around the left side that put his team on top 17-0 with 12:05 left in the half. On Stony Brook’s next possession Lynell Suggs made an eightyard reception on the drive’s first play that put him above the 2,000-yard mark for his career, making him the third receiver in SBU history to reach that mark. That started another Seawolves drive that took them over the 50-yard line. Thanks to another key third-down pass, this time to Suggs, Stony Brook drove down to the Liberty 23, but Luke Gaddis’ 41-yard field goal attempt was wide to the left. The Seawolves defense held Liberty off the board for the remainder of the half but SBU still trailed, 17-0. A Stony Brook fumble proved costly on its first possession in the second half as Liberty recovered at the Stony Brook 43 and took it in from there, with Jennings scoring his second TD of the game. The extra point was botched, but the still Flames extended their lead to 23-0. Liberty tacked on another score on its next possession, driving 82 yards to take a 30-0 lead that put the game out of reach.

Score by Quarters Hofstra (2-2) Stony Brook (1-4)

Score by Quarters Stony Brook (1-5, 0-1) Liberty (6-0, 2-0)

1 10 0

2 21 3

3 0 0

4 12 0

Score 43 3

2009 Football

Scoring Summary: 1st 10:53 HOF Cory Christopher 1 yd run (Roger Williams kick), 12-66 5:20 00:51 HOF Roger Williams 21 yd field goal, 4-0 0:51 2nd 14:08 HOF Leslie Jackman 60 yd fumble recovery (Roger Williams kick) 07:46 HOF Brock Jackolski 3 yd run, (Roger Williams kick), 10-56 4:00 04:06 HOF Anthony Nelson 30 yd pass from Cory Christopher (R. Williams kick), 6-68 3:20 1:05 SBU Luke Gaddis 28 yd field goal, 7-56 2:53 4th 13:16 HOF Cory Christopher 2 yd run (Roger Williams kick failed), 8-53 4:10 08:08 HOF Everette Benjamin 2 yd run (Roger Williams kick failed), 8-28 4:51

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#16 Liberty 33, Stony Brook 0

Oct. 8, 2008 • Williams Stadium • Lynchburg, Va. • 14,563

Team Statistics Hofstra Stony Brook FIRST DOWNS...............................................18..................................... 16 RUSHES-YARDS (NET).............................. 39-155................................29-72 PASSING YDS (NET).....................................161................................... 139 Passes Comp-Att-Int................................ 15-24-0............................. 12-27-2 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS.............. 63-316...............................56-211 Punts (Number-Avg)................................. 3-38.3............................... 2-39.5 Fumbles-Lost................................................ 0-0.....................................3-2 Penalties-Yards........................................... 6-53...................................3-15 Possession Time........................................ 32:03.................................27:57 RUSHING: HOF-Cory Christopher 12-48; Everette Benjamin 11-45; Brock Jackolski 11-32; Aaron Weaver 1-18; Ray Bennett 2-16. SBU-Conte Cuttino 15-75; Ed Gowins 9-63; Rock Contardi 3-(-4). PASSING: HOF-Cory Christopher 15-24-0-161. SBU-Dayne Hoffman 9-22-2-119; Dan Sweeney 3-5-0-20. RECEIVING: HOF-Anthony Nelson 4-69; Ottis Lewis 4-37; Aaron Weaver 3-23; Everette Benjamin 2-11; Darren Brownlee 1-13; Brock Jackolski 1-8. SBU-Dwayne Eley 6-69; Melaquan Saffold 2-23; Donald Porter 1-37; Lynell Suggs 1-6; Chris Tyler 1-5; Conte Cuttino 1-(-1).

Stony Brook Seawolves

1 0 10

2 0 7

3 0 13

4 0 3

Score 0 33

Scoring Summary: 1st 05:57 LU Matt Brevins 27 yd field goal, 17-71 9:03 01:37 LU Mike Brown 29 yd run (Matt Brevins kick), 6-64 2:05 2nd 12:05 LU Rashad Jennings 14 yd run (Matt Brevins kick), 7-80 2:33 3rd 12:15 LU Rashad Jennings 2 yd run (Team rush failed), 5-43 2:26 05:00 LU Dominic Bolden 4 yd pass from Brock Smith (Matt Brevins kick), 10-82 4:33 4th 11:09 LU Matt Brevins 22 yd field goal, 15-56 6:28

Team Statistics Stony Brook Libertry FIRST DOWNS...............................................10..................................... 28 RUSHES-YARDS (NET)............................... 23-91................................52-299 PASSING YDS (NET).....................................142................................... 167 Passes Comp-Att-Int................................ 13-23-1............................. 18-27-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS.............. 46-233...............................79-466 Punts (Number-Avg).................................. 6-36.0............................... 4-41.8 Fumbles-Lost................................................ 1-1.....................................1-0 Penalties-Yards.......................................... 10-95..................................6-55 Possession Time........................................ 22:14.................................37:46 RUSHING: SBU-Ed Gowins 7-55; Conte Cuttino 11-38; Rock Contardi 2-8; Dwayne Eley 1-(-2); Dayne Hoffman 1-(-7). LU-Rashad Jennings 24-101; Mike Brown 4-53; B.J. Hayes 4-46; Spencer Landis 3-26; Danny Broggin 9-26; Terron Lawrence 3-18; Brock Smith 3-15; Dominic Bolden 1-15; Aaron Hewlett 1-(-1). PASSING: SBU-Dayne Hoffman 13-23-1-142. LU-Brock Smith 14-20-0-136; Spencer Landis 4-7-0-31. RECEIVING: SBU-Lynell Suggs 3-33; Donald Lee 3-30; Donald Porter 2-22; Conte Cuttino 2-7; Bo Cassel 1-20; Michael Lepore 1-16; Dwayne Eley 1-14. LU-Dominic Bolden 4-46; Rashad Jennings 4-26; B.J. Hayes 3-42; Mike Brown 2-12; Dominique Jones 1-13; Corey Rasberry 1-10; Johnathan Crawford 1-8; Chris Summers 1-6; Derek Bishop 1-4.


2008 Review Game 7

Game 8

Stony Brook 20, Charleston Southern 19

Stony Brook 28, Coastal Carolina 24

Oct. 18, 2008 • LaValle Stadium • Stony Brook, N.Y. • 5,544

A 23-yard scoring pass from Dayne Hoffman to Adrian Sawyer with 1:06 to play was the difference as Stony Brook came from behind to take a thrilling 20-19 win over Charleston Southern on homecoming weekend. The win was Stony Brook’s first as a member of the Big South. Conte Cuttino ran for a season-high 107 yards for Stony Brook, pushing his career total over the 2,000-yard mark. Stony Brook began its game-winning drive from its own 17-yard line with less than five minutes to play. On the strength of the rushing of Cuttino and Ed Gowins, the Seawolves drove down the field, reaching the Charleston Southern 13. A holding penalty pushed SBU back 10 yards and gave the Seawolves a 2nd and 20. An incomplete pass made it third and long, but Hoffman found Sawyer open over the middle in the end zone for the score. Charleston Southern had 58 seconds left to try and get in position for a field goal, but a hit from Andre Jean-Pierre knocked the ball loose after a completed pass and he recovered the fumble to secure the win for the Seawolves. After falling behind 7-0 in the first quarter, Stony Brook came up with 10 points in the second to take its first lead of the game. After the Seawolves defense turned in a goal-line stand, SBU took the momentum of the stop and turned it into a scoring drive. It drove out to its own 44 where Hoffman hit Dwayne Eley for a 33-yard gain down to the CSU 23. Two plays later the same pair hooked up for the score, a nine-yard play down the right side, to tie the game with six minutes left in the half. Luke Gaddis added a 37-yard field goal later to put Stony Brook up 10-0. A TD with eight seconds left in the first half put the Buccaneers back on top, but Gaddis tied things up again with a 25-yarder on Stony Brook’s first drive of the second half. Charleston Southern answered with a scoring drive of its own, but missed extra points on its last two TDs proved costly as the Seawolves held CSU off the board for the rest of the game, setting up the game-winning drive late in the fourth quarter.

Score by Quarters Char. Southern (3-4, 1-1) Stony Brook (2-5, 1-1)

1 7 0

2 6 10

3 6 3

4 0 7

Score 19 20

Scoring Summary: 1st 02:01 CSU Gerald Stevenson 30 yd pass from Tribble Reese (John Paglia kick), 5-42 2:11 2nd 05:59 SBU Dwayne Eley 9 yd pass from Dayne Hoffman (Luke Gaddis kick), 10-98 5:26 02:24 SBU Luke Gaddis 37 yd field goal, 5-23 2:28 00:08 CSU Gerald Sevenson 19 yd pass from Tribble Reese (J. Paglia kick failed), 8-68 2:09 3rd 12:03 SBU Luke Gaddis 25 yd field goal, 7-67 2:48 09:56 CSU Gerald Sevenson 39 yd pass from Tribble Reese (J. Paglia kick failed), 5-62 1:58 4th 01:06 SBU Adrian Sawyer 23 yd pass from Dayne Hoffman (Luke Gaddis kick), 11-83 3:46

RUSHING: CSU-Antwan Ivey 9-33; DeMarcus Moon 4-24; Tribble Reese 10-22; Gerald Stevenson 2-19; Alex Neal 1-13; B.J. Hackworth 2-2; T.J. Latimore 4-0. SBU-Conte Cuttino 19-107; Ed Gowins 10-97; Dwayne Eley 2-6.

Stony Brook turned three Coastal Carolina turnovers into touchdowns, getting four turnovers all together, as the Seawolves scored a 28-24 Big South football win. Dayne Hoffman and Dwayne Eley connected on three scoring passes in the win, which was the second straight for the Seawolves as well as their first-ever Big South road win. Stony Brook got a big special teams play to start the game, recovering a Coastal Carolina fumble on the opening kickoff at the CCU 25. Facing a 3rd and 15, Hoffman hit Donald Lee for a first down before Conte Cuttino finished off the drive with a six-yard run that put the Seawolves up 7-0 just 1:53 into the game. But Coastal came back on its next possession, getting a big 56-yard pass play from Zach MacDowall to Trent Usher that led to a one-yard run for the tying score by MacDowall. Coastal Carolina finally broke the tie late in the second quarter when it took possession on its own 44 and drove 56 yards, taking six plays and just 1:24 to score when MacDowall hit Marquel Wilis on a 30-yard play. The extra point was missed, however, leaving the Chanticleers on top 13-7. Stony Brook had one more chance to score, but Luke Gaddis’ attempt from 48 yards as time expired was wide left. Stony Brook was stopped on the first possession of the second half, but Coastal Carolina muffed the punt and Chris Richards recovered for the Seawolves at the CCU 15. Three plays later Hoffman found Eley for the score and Gaddis’ extra-point gave Stony Brook a 14-13 advantage at the 11:19 mark. Coastal answered on its next possession, however, going 68 yards in nine plays, taking a 21-14 lead after a 20-yard MacDowall to Usher pass play and a two-point conversion. With a bit less than six minutes left in the third, Arin West recovered another muffed punt by Coastal Carolina, giving the Seawolves the ball at the CCU 29. Stony Brook again turned the miscue into points, with Hoffman and Eley hooking up for a second time, this time for 30 yards to tie the score back up at 21-all. After Coastal retook the lead on a 30-yard field goal early in the fourth, Stony Brook struck again, this time coming up with its longest pass play of the season. Hoffman hit a wide-open Eley down the middle of the field for a 61-yard score that put the Seawolves up 28-24 with 13:40 left. On Coastal’s final possession it drove down to the Stony Brook 25, but with 1:11 left in the game Arthur Sitton fumbled after picking up 13 yards and Cory Giddings recovered for the Seawolves to seal the win. Score by Quarters Stony Brook (3-5, 2-1) Coastal Carolina (4-5, 0-3)

1 7 7

2 0 6

3 14 8

4 7 3

Score 28 24

Scoring Summary: 1st 13:07 SBU Conte Cuttino 6 yd run (Luke Gaddis kick), 5-25 1:46 09:25 CCU Zach MacDowall 1 yd run (Justin Durham kick), 7-78 3:35 2nd 01:06 CCU Marquel Wilis 30 yd pass from Z. MacDowall (J. Durham kick failed), 6-56 1:24 3rd 11:19 SBU Dwayne Eley 9 yd pass from Dayne Hoffman (Luke Gaddis kick), 3-15 1:27 07:42 CCU Trent Usher 20 yd pass from Z. MacDowall (Jon Greene pass from Z. MacDowall), 9-68 3:32 04:54 SBU Dwayne Eley 30 yd pass from Dayne Hoffman (Luke Gaddis kick), 3-29 0:57 4th 14:23 CCU James Pallassino 30 yd field goal, 10-69 5:25 13:40 SBU Dwayne Eley 61 yd pass from Dayne Hoffman (Luke Gaddis kick), 2-71 0:36

Team Statistics Stony Brook Coastal Carolina FIRST DOWNS...............................................20..................................... 27 RUSHES-YARDS (NET).............................. 38-179...............................40-199 PASSING YDS (NET).....................................197................................... 306 Passes Comp-Att-Int................................ 14-28-0............................. 22-35-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS.............. 66-376...............................75-505 Punts (Number-Avg).................................. 6-43.5............................... 2-31.0 Fumbles-Lost................................................ 1-1.....................................4-4 Penalties-Yards........................................... 8-99...................................5-45 Possession Time........................................ 28:01.................................31:59 RUSHING: SBU-Conte Cuttino 23-141; Ed Gowins 13-47; Team 2-(-4). CCU-Jamie Fordham 12-81; Zach MacDowall 14-80; Arthur Sitton 6-16; Racheed Gause 7-13; William Richardson 1-9.

PASSING: CSU-Tribble Reese 19-33-0-218. SBU-Dayne Hoffman 17-31-0-210.

PASSING: SBU-Dayne Hoffman 14-27-0-197; Team 0-1-0-0. CCU-Zach MacDowall 22-33-0-306; William Richardson 0-2-0-0.

RECEIVING: CSU-Gerald Stevenson 7-143; Kwame Kraku 3-26; Alex Neal 2-15; Tim Jones 2-14; Antwan Ivey 2-6; Markus Murray 1-8; Clayton Coffman 1-3; DeMarcus Moon 1-3. SBU-Dwayne Eley 7-89; Adrian Sawyer 2-30; Conte Cuttino 2-23; Bo Cassel 2-22; Donald Lee 2-20; Lynell Suggs 1-18; Chris Tyler 1-8.

RECEIVING: SBU-Dwayne Eley 6-120; Donald Porter 2-20; Adrian Sawyer 2-19; Conte Cuttino 2-18; Donald Lee 1-15; Lynell Suggs 1-5. CCU-Arthur Sitton 5-42; Jamie Fordham 5-29; Trent Usher 4-97; Marquel Wilis 3-64; Keith Graham 3-31; Jonathan Morgan 1-31; Brandon Whitley 1-12.

Stony Brook Seawolves

2009 Football

Team Statistics Charleston Southern Stony Brook FIRST DOWNS...............................................21..................................... 19 RUSHES-YARDS (NET).............................. 32-113...............................34-207 PASSING YDS (NET).....................................218................................... 210 Passes Comp-Att-Int................................ 19-33-0............................. 17-32-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS.............. 65-331...............................66-417 Punts (Number-Avg).................................. 4-32.8............................... 4-26.2 Fumbles-Lost................................................ 4-1.....................................1-1 Penalties-Yards........................................... 3-15.................................11-123 Possession Time........................................ 30:42.................................29:18

Oct. 25, 2008 • Brooks Stadium • Conway, S.C. • 6,704

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2008 Review Game 9

Game 10

Gardner-Webb 34, Stony Brook 33

Stony Brook 68, Iona 9

Nov. 1, 2008 • LaValle Stadium • Stony Brook, N.Y. • 2,217

Stony Brook’s offense churned out a season-high 525 yards, with Conte Cuttino and Edwin Gowins rushing for 145 and 185 yards respectively, but Gardner-Webb scored two fourth quarter touchdowns to squeak past the Seawolves, 34-33. It was a game of offense as the two squads combined for 1,005 yards of total offense, with the Bulldogs picking up 394 through the air. It was all Stony Brook early on as the Seawolves unleashed a running game that Gardner-Webb had no answer for. On the seventh play of the game for the Seawolves, Gowins broke off a 49-yarder to cap off a 90-yard drive. After Carl Teague recovered a fumble on GWU’s next possession, Cuttino turned the miscue into points on a five-yard run. Gardner-Webb countered with a 79-yard drive on its next possession, but Luke Gaddis pushed the Seawolves advantage back to 10 points with a field goal. After GWU had closed to within three on another TD, Stony Brook tacked on another Gaddis field goal and a Gowins TD run to go up 26-14. But the Bulldogs managed to push in another score in the final minute of the half to make it 26-21. Pinned at its own one-yard line late in the third, the Seawolves put together its longest drive of the season highlighted by a 57-yard run by Gowins. Cuttino finished the drive with a seven-yard effort on the next play and the Seawolves had extended their lead to 33-21. Gardner-Webb again used the pass on its next drive, picking up all but 14 yards of a seven-play, 73-yard effort that saw the Bulldogs pull within six when Peoples took it in from three yards out with 11:35 left in the game. On the ensuing kickoff Donald Porter returned the kick 27 yards, but a hit by Mike Vesser forced the ball loose and the Bulldogs recovered at the Stony Brook 42. Gardner-Webb turned the miscue into points as Campbell hit Dobson Collins for what turned out to be the game-winner from 13 yards away with 8:35 left.

It was a record setting day for the Stony Brook football team as the Seawolves unleashed a running attack that Iona could not stop as they rolled to a 68-9 victory on a rainy afternoon at Mazzella Field. Stony Brook ground out a school record 635 yards on the ground, with Edwin Gowins and Conte Cuttino each going over the 200-yard mark, setting another school record, and scoring three times each. Stony Brook could not be stopped in the first half as it scored touchdowns on all six of its possessions. The Seawolves took the opening kickoff and drove 74 yards in seven plays. Four of the plays were runs of at least 13 yards, with Cuttino finishing it off with an 18-yard jaunt. Stony Brook’s defense then held Iona to a three and out on its first possession and got the ball back at its own 42. After an incomplete pass, Gowins broke off a 21-yard run that sparked the drive and then finished it off with a three-yard effort that made it 14-0 midway through the opening quarter. Dwayne Eley took it in from seven yards out less than a minute into the second quarter to make it 21-0. Iona never threatened the rest of the half, with the Seawolves holding the Gaels to just 58 total yards in the first 30 minutes. Meanwhile, Stony Brook broke the school record for rushing in a game in just the first half, rolling up 426 yards on the ground, including a 71-yard scamper for a score by Cuttino that was a career-long run. By halftime Stony Brook had put 40 points on the board. Gowins kept the ground game humming on Stony Brook’s first possession of the second half, out-racing the Iona defense to the end-zone on a 62-yard run that made it 47-2. Near the end of the third Iona finally found the end-zone when Smith found Tim Mastrino down the middle of the field where he grabbed the ball and then out-raced the SBU defense to the end-zone for a 74-yard score that made it 47-9. On the ensuing kickoff, Donald Porter returned the kick 76 yards all the way to the Iona six-yard line. Cuttino took it in from there for his third score of the day and the Seawolves went on to score two more TDs in the fourth quarter, one on a 42-yard interception return by Paul Ferrari and the other on a 30-yard run from Tarrent Anderson to close out the scoring. Cuttino and Gowins combined for 483 yards on the ground, setting an NCAA FCS single-game record.

Score by Quarters Gardner-Webb (5-4, 2-1) Stony Brook (2-5, 1-1)

Score by Quarters Stony Brook (4-6) Iona (3-7)

1 7 14

2 14 12

3 0 0

4 13 7

Score 34 33

Scoring Summary: 1st 11:00 SBU Ed Gowins 49 yd run (Luke Gaddis kick), 7-90 2:28 08:39 SBU Conte Cuttino 5 yd run (Luke Gaddis kick), 2-61 0:36 05:46 GWU Josh Miller 20 yd pass from Devin Campbell (Ryan Gates kick), 7-79 2:46 2nd 14:55 SBU Luke Gaddis 36 yd field goal, 11-44 5:43 13:24 GWU James Perry III 30 yd pass from Devin Campbell (Ryan Gates kick), 4-73 1:27 08:13 SBU Luke Gaddis 38 yd field goal, 12-56 5:05 01:49 SBU Ed Gowins 3 yd run (Luke Gaddis kick failed), 11-72 5:37 00:46 GWU Philip Peoples 1 yd run (Ryan Gates kick), 6-69 1:43 4th 13:56 SBU Conte Cuttino 7 yd run (Luke Gaddis kick), 5-99 1:51 11:35 GWU Philip Peoples 3 yd run (Devin Campbell pass failed), 7-73 2:13 08:35 GWU Dobson Collins 13 yd pass from Devon Campbell (Ryan Gates kick), 8-42 3:01

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Nov. 8, 2008 • Mazzella Field • New Rochelle, N.Y. • 238

Team Statistics Bryant Stony Brook FIRST DOWNS...............................................25..................................... 27 RUSHES-YARDS (NET).............................. 25-186...............................44-316 PASSING YDS (NET).....................................394................................... 209 Passes Comp-Att-Int................................ 32-44-0............................. 16-31-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS.............. 69-480...............................75-525 Punts (Number-Avg).................................. 5-39.4............................... 2-31.5 Fumbles-Lost................................................ 1-1.....................................3-2 Penalties-Yards........................................... 3-35...................................4-45 Possession Time........................................ 27:18.................................31:38 RUSHING: GWU-Philip Peoples 9-38; David Montgomery 7-17; Brandon Jackson 1-15; Patrick Hall 2-10; Devin Campbell 6-6. SBU-Ed Gowins 15-185; Conte Cuttino 26-145; Dwayne Eley 1-(-3); Dayne Hoffman 2-(-11). PASSING: GWU-Devin Campbell 32-44-0-394. SBU-Dayne Hoffman 16-31-1209. RECEIVING: GWU-James Perry III 9-153; Dobson Collins 7-65; Josh Miller 4-65; Jamal Patmon 4-36; Jordan Peyton 3-15; Tyson Petty 2-45; David Montgomery 1-7; Nick Melton 1-7; Philip Peoples 1-1. SBU-Dwayne Eley 5-124; Donald Lee 4-29; Adrian Sawyer 3-24; Donald Porter 3-22; Conte Cuttino 1-10.

Stony Brook Seawolves

1 14 0

2 26 2

3 14 7

4 14 0

Score 68 9

Scoring Summary: 1st 12:02 SBU Conte Cuttino 18 yd run (Luke Gaddis kick), 7-74 2:58 07:38 SBU Ed Gowins 3 yd run (Luke Gaddis kick), 8-58 3:08 2nd 14:09 SBU Dwayne Eley 7 yd run (Luke Gaddis kick), 14-97 6:05 10:24 SBU Conte Cuttino 71 yd run (Luke Gaddis kick failed), 4-77 1:37 06:47 SBU Tarrant Anderson 2 yd run (Luke Gaddis kick blocked), 4-44 1:48 06:47 IC Joseph Garcia PAT return 00:40 SBU Ed Gowins 29 yd run (Luke Gaddis kick), 7-84 2:58 3rd 10:58 SBU Ed Gowins 62 yd run (Luke Gaddis kick), 3-71 1:33 00:47 IC Tim Mastrino 74 yd pass from Warren Smith (Robert Woods kick), 3-80 1:32 00:27 SBU Conte Cuttino 6 yd run (Luke Gaddis kick), 1-6 0:08 4th 14:48 SBU Paul Ferrari 26 yd interception return (Luke Gaddis kick) 08:30 SBU Tarrant Anderson 30 yd run (Luke Gaddis kick), 4-49 1:51

Team Statistics Stony Brook Iona FIRST DOWNS...............................................29..................................... 11 RUSHES-YARDS (NET).............................. 63-635................................31-96 PASSING YDS (NET)......................................33.................................... 136 Passes Comp-Att-Int.................................. 3-7-0................................ 7-18-2 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS.............. 70-668...............................49-232 Punts (Number-Avg).................................. 1-40.0............................... 7-36.6 Fumbles-Lost................................................ 1-1.....................................2-2 Penalties-Yards........................................... 6-64...................................6-30 Possession Time........................................ 32:15.................................27:45 RUSHING: SBU-Ed Gowins 19-278; Conte Cuttino 17-205; Tarrant Anderson 18110; Dwayne Eley 2-25; Rock Contardi 4-21; Luis Altamiranda 1-4; Ryan Famulari 1-(-1); Dayne Hoffman (1-(-7). IC-Jason Washington 18-67; Warren Smith 7-29; Joe Muraglia 4-5; Shaun Murray 1-4; Tim Mastrino 1-(-9). PASSING: SBU-Dayne Hoffman 3-7-0-33. IC-Warren Smith 7-17-2-136; Shaun Murray 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: SBU-Dwayne Eley 3-33. IC-Tim Mastrino 2-80; Nick Groth 2-23; Jason Washington 2-19; Michael Day 1-14.


2008 Review Team Statistics

Game 11 Stony Brook 40, VMI 26

Nov. 15, 2008 • LaValle Stadium • Stony Brook, N.Y. • 2,051 For a second straight week the Stony Brook football team used an overwhelming ground attack that saw Edwin Gowins and Conte Cuttino each reach the 200-yard rushing mark for a second straight week as well, resulting in a 40-26 victory over VMI in a Big South matchup. It was the final game of the season for the Seawolves, who finished the 2008 campaign by winning four of their last five outings. It was another record-setting game as well, as a first quarter run by Cuttino moved him past Ralph Menendez ’00 as Stony Brook’s all-time leading rusher while Gowins established a new single-season rushing mark. Big plays got Stony Brook going early on as the Seawolves scored a pair of touchdowns in the first five minutes of the game. Stony Brook got a 36-yard score from Gowins to go up 7-0 just 1:35 into the game. Cuttino then picked up gains of 32 and 40 yards that set up Dayne Hoffman’s eightyard scoring strike to Dwayne Eley that made it 13-0 after a missed PAT. After VMI got back into the game with 10 straight points, SBU used a 55-yard flea-flicker play that paved the way for a Hoffman one-yard sneak for a score that pushed the SBU lead back to 10 at 20-10 with 5:53 left in the first half. VMI scored first in the second half to close within three again, but Gowins answered with a 65-yard jaunt for a score. Early in the fourth quarter Hoffman tossed his second scoring pass of the day, finding junior Donald Lee for a 27-yard score that gave the Seawolves a 33-19 advantage with 14:46 left. VMI again closed the gap with another score, but for the third time in the game Stony Brook answered with a touchdown, this time putting the game away for good. Gowins scored his third touchdown of the night, taking it in from 32 yards out for the final score of the game. Stony Brook’s defense did the rest, holding VMI’s option attack to just 364 yards, all on the ground. Stony Brook’s offense on the other hand, rolled up 622 yards in offense to make it two weeks in a row over the 600yard mark for the Seawolves. Gowins and Cuttino combined for 483 rushing yards for a second straight game.

Score by Quarters VMI (3-7, 1-4) Stony Brook (5-6, 3-2)

1 7 13

2 3 7

3 9 6

4 7 14

Score 26 40

Scoring Summary: 1st 13:25 SBU Ed Gowins 36 yd run (Luke Gaddis kick), 4-80 1:35 10:14 SBU Dwayne Eley 8 yd pass from Dayne Hoffman (Luke Gaddis kick failed), 3-80 0:56 08:47 VMI Tim Maypray 60 yd run (Greg Stevens kick), 4-72 1:27 2nd 08:17 VMI Greg Stevens 37 yd field goal, 11-45 5:47 05:53 SBU Dayne Hoffman 1 yd run (Luke Gaddis kick), 5-75 2:19 3rd 06:28 VMI Howard Abegesah 2 yd run (Greg Stevens kick), 4-70 1:28 05:15 SBU Ed Gowins 65 yd run (Luke Gaddis kick blockd), 4-80 1:13 05:15 VMI Bryant Youngblood PAT return 4th 14:46 SBU Donald Lee 27 yd pass from Dayne Hoffman (Luke Gaddis kick), 10-80 3:46 07:17 VMI M. Rainey-Wiles 12 yd run (Greg Stevens kick), 8-61 2:38 04:44 SBU Ed Gowins 32 yd run (Luke Gaddis kick), 5-63 2:29

RUSHING: VMI-Howard Abegesah 22-109; Tim Maypray 18-99; M. Rainey-Wiles 8-79; Gabe Itoka 4-32; Zack Collins 5-24; Bryan Barnson 3-15; Mario Scott 1-7; Justin Hickman 1-(-1). SBU-Edwin Gowins 20-250; Conte Cuttino 28-233; Dayne Hoffman 2-(-8). PASSING: VMI-Tim Maypray 0-0-0-0. SBU-Dayne Hoffman 11-21-1-175. RECEIVING: SBU-Dwayne Eley 6-104; Donald Lee 2-34; Chris Tyler 2-31; Josh Auerbach 1-6. VMI-None.

Team Statistics SBU OPP SCORING.................................................................................... 274................. 289 Points Per Game...................................................................... 24.9................ 26.3 FIRST DOWNS........................................................................... 206................. 219 Rushing..................................................................................... 116................... 99 Passing........................................................................................ 79................. 100 Penalty........................................................................................ 11................... 20 RUSHING YARDAGE................................................................ 2522............... 1754 Yards gained rushing............................................................... 2816............... 2006 Yards lost rushing...................................................................... 294................. 252 Rushing Attempts...................................................................... 418................. 425 Average Per Rush...................................................................... 6.0.................. 4.1 Average Per Game................................................................. 229.3.............. 159.5 TDs Rushing................................................................................ 24................... 17 PASSING YARDAGE................................................................ 1746............... 2137 Att-Comp-Int....................................................................283-139-9.......308-187-8 Average Per Pass....................................................................... 6.2.................. 6.9 Average Per Catch................................................................... 12.6................ 11.4 Average Per Game................................................................. 158.7.............. 194.3 TDs Passing................................................................................ 11................... 19 TOTAL OFFENSE..................................................................... 4268............... 3891 Total Plays................................................................................. 701................. 733 Average Per Play........................................................................ 6.1.................. 5.3 Average Per Game................................................................. 388.0.............. 353.7 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards......................................................51-890..........53-1091 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards.....................................................17-143............ 12-110 INT RETURNS: #-Yards.............................................................8-79................ 9-43 KICK RETURN AVERAGE......................................................... 17.5................ 20.6 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE.......................................................... 8.4.................. 9.2 INT RETURN AVERAGE.............................................................. 9.9.................. 4.8 FUMBLES-LOST......................................................................19-13................ 17-8 PENALTIES-Yards..................................................................70-731............48-436 Average Per Game................................................................... 66.5................ 39.6 PUNTS-Yards.......................................................................51-1898..........56-2152 Average Per Punt..................................................................... 37.2................ 38.4 Net punt average...................................................................... 33.9................ 33.7 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game.............................................. 29:10............. 30:44 3RD-DOWN Conversions....................................................... 46/132............ 57/155 3rd-Down Pct............................................................................35%................ 37% 4TH-DOWN Conversions........................................................... 7/19.............. 11/17 4th-Down Pct............................................................................37%................ 65% SACKS BY-Yards...................................................................12-101............ 17-111 MISC YARDS.................................................................................. 5..................... 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED............................................................ 37................... 38 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS........................................................ 7-11................ 9-14 ON-SIDE KICKS...........................................................................0-0.................. 1-1 RED-ZONE SCORES.......................................................27-35 77%......31-36 86% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS...........................................20-35 57%......23-36 64% PAT-ATTEMPTS...............................................................31-37 84%......28-35 80% ATTENDANCE........................................................................ 19531............. 31582 Games/Avg Per Game......................................................... 6/3255............ 5/6316 Score by Quarters Stony Brook Opponents

1st 69 92

2nd 88 89

3rd 54 63

4th 63 45

Total 274 289

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Team Statistics VMI Stony Brook FIRST DOWNS...............................................23..................................... 27 RUSHES-YARDS (NET).............................. 62-364...............................51-447 PASSING YDS (NET).......................................0..................................... 175 Passes Comp-Att-Int.................................. 0-3-0............................... 11-21-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS.............. 65-364...............................72-622 Punts (Number-Avg).................................. 7-38.1............................... 3-36.3 Fumbles-Lost................................................ 0-0.....................................1-1 Penalties-Yards........................................... 3-39...................................9-90 Possession Time........................................ 30:48.................................29:12

Results (5-6, 3-2 Big South) Aug. 30..........COLGATE...........................................W, 42-26.......................5,808 Sept. 6............#17 ELON...........................................L, 20-30........................1,806 Sept. 13..........at Maine...............................................L, 13-28........................6,425 Sept. 20..........at Brown..............................................L, 7-17..........................3,652 Sept. 26..........HOFSTRA...........................................L, 3-43..........................2,105 Oct. 11............at #16 Liberty*.....................................L, 0-33........................14,563 Oct. 18...........CHARLESTON SOUTHERN*.............W, 20-19.......................5,544 Oct. 25............at Coastal Carolina*............................W, 28-24.......................6,704 Nov. 1.............GARDNER-WEBB*.............................L, 33-34........................2,217 Nov. 08...........at Iona.................................................W, 68-9............................238 Nov. 15...........VMI*.....................................................W, 40-26.......................2,051 * Big South game

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2008 Review Individual Statistics RUSHING Ed Gowins Conte Cuttino Tarrant Anderson Dwayne Eley Rock Contardi Luke Gaddis Brandon Mason Dayton Guillory Luis Altamiranda Ryan Famulari Dan Sweeney Dayne Hoffman Team Stony Brook Opponents

2009 Football

PASSING Dayne Hoffman Dan Sweeney Arin West Stony Brook Opponents

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GP 11 11 1 10 11 11 1 10 10 1 4 11 11 11 GP 11 4 11 11 11

Att 140 199 18 8 9 1 8 1 1 1 4 18 10 418 425

Effic Cmp-Att-Int 108.39 125-259-9 105.64 14-22-0 0.00 0-1-0 107.41 139-283-9 134.16 187-308-8

RECEIVING Dwayne Eley Donald Lee Lynell Suggs Donald Porter Conte Cuttino Adrian Sawyer Michael Lepore Melaquan Saffold Bo Cassell Chris Tyler Josh Auerbach Stephan Towns Stony Brook Opponents

GP 10 10 7 10 11 11 11 10 10 11 10 6 11 11

TOTAL OFFENSE Dayne Hoffman Ed Gowins Conte Cuttino Tarrant Anderson Dan Sweeney Dwayne Eley Rock Contardi Luke Gaddis Brandon Mason Dayton Guillory Luis Altamiranda Ryan Famulari Team Stony Brook Opponents

G 11 11 11 1 4 10 11 11 1 10 10 1 9 11 11

ALL PURPOSE G Conte Cuttino 11 Ed Gowins 11 Dwayne Eley 10 Donald Porter 10 Donald Lee 10 Dayton Guillory 10 Lynell Suggs 7 Tarrant Anderson 1 Adrian Sawyer 11 Bo Cassell 10 Melaquan Saffold 10 Michael Lepore 11 Chris Tyler 11 Benjamin Clements 11 Cory Giddings 8 Brandon Mason 1 Chris Richards 11 Paul Ferrari 11 Rock Contardi 11 Luke Gaddis 11 John Smith 10 Tyler Santucci 11 Josh Auerbach 10

Gain Loss Net Avg 1326 16 1310 9.4 1243 48 1195 6.0 114 4 110 6.1 37 7 30 3.8 29 4 25 2.8 24 0 24 24.0 22 6 16 2.0 12 0 12 12.0 4 0 4 4.0 0 1 -1 -1.0 0 17 -17 -4.2 5 93 -88 -4.9 0 98 -98 -9.8 2816 294 2522 6.0 2006 252 1754 4.1

No. 48 23 12 11 11 10 7 6 5 4 1 1 139 187 Plays 277 140 199 18 26 8 9 1 8 1 1 1 11 701 733 Rush 1195 1310 30 0 0 12 0 110 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 0 0 25 24 0 0 0

Yds 697 329 164 137 74 96 58 61 75 44 6 5 1746 2137

Rec 74 0 697 137 329 0 164 0 96 75 61 58 44 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6

Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G 48.3 1636 11 61 148.7 63.6 110 0 21 27.5 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 49.1 1746 11 61 158.7 60.7 2137 19 74 194.3 Avg 14.5 14.3 13.7 12.5 6.7 9.6 8.3 10.2 15.0 11.0 6.0 5.0 12.6 11.4

Rush -88 1310 1195 110 -17 30 25 24 16 12 4 -1 -98 2522 1754 PR 0 0 56 0 0 87 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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TD Long Avg/G 11 72 119.1 7 71 108.6 2 30 110.0 1 17 3.0 0 11 2.3 0 24 2.2 1 13 16.0 0 12 1.2 0 4 0.4 0 0 -1.0 0 0 -4.2 2 1 -8.0 0 0 -10.9 24 72 229.3 17 60 159.5

Pass 1636 0 0 0 110 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1746 2137 KOR 198 0 0 375 0 223 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 42 12 13 27 0 0 0 0 0 0

TD 5 2 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 11 19

Long 61 49 49 37 15 23 16 23 28 18 6 5 61 74 Total 1548 1310 1195 110 93 30 25 24 16 12 4 -1 -98 4268 3891

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 0 1 26 0 0 22 9 0

Avg/G 69.7 32.9 23.4 13.7 6.7 8.7 5.3 6.1 7.5 4.0 0.6 0.8 158.7 194.3 Avg/G 140.7 119.1 108.6 110.0 23.2 3.0 2.3 2.2 16.0 1.2 0.4 -1.0 -10.9 388.0 353.7

Tot Avg/G 1467 133.4 1310 119.1 783 78.3 512 51.2 329 32.9 322 32.2 164 23.4 110 110.0 96 8.7 75 7.5 61 6.1 58 5.3 44 4.0 42 3.8 33 4.1 29 29.0 28 2.5 26 2.4 25 2.3 24 2.2 22 2.2 9 0.8 6 0.6

Stephan Towns 6 Luis Altamiranda 10 Ryan Famulari 1 Dan Sweeney 4 Dayne Hoffman 11 Team 9 Stony Brook 11 Opponents 11 SCORING TD Ed Gowins 11 Luke Gaddis 0 Conte Cuttino 7 Dwayne Eley 6 Dayne Hoffman 2 Lynell Suggs 2 Tarrant Anderson 2 Donald Lee 2 Brandon Mason 1 Cory Giddings 1 Adrian Sawyer 1 Melaquan Saffold 1 Paul Ferrari 1 Stony Brook 37 Opponents 38 FIELD GOALS Luke Gaddis

0 4 -1 -17 -88 -98 2522 1754 FGs 0-0 7-11 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 7-11 9-14

5 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 -17 0 0 0 0 -88 0 0 0 0 -98 1746 143 890 79 5380 2137 110 1091 43 5135 |--------- PATs ---------| Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 31-37 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 31-37 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 28-35 0-1 1 1-2 2 0

0.8 0.4 -1.0 -4.2 -8.0 -10.9 489.1 466.8 Points 66 52 42 36 12 12 12 12 6 6 6 6 6 274 289

FG-FGA Pct 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Lg Blk 7-11 63.6 0-0 3-3 4-5 0-3 0-0 38 0

FG SEQUENCE Stony Brook Colgate - Elon - Maine (32),(22) Brown 38 Hofstra (28) Liberty 41 Charleston Southern (37),(25) Coastal Carolina 44,48 Gardner-Webb (36),(38) Iona - VMI - Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made

Opponents (21),(29) (41) 35,27 (25) (21) (27),(22) 30 28,(30) 41,(37)

PUNTING Luke Gaddis Stony Brook Opponents

No. 51 51 56

FC 18 18 6

KICKOFFS Luke Gaddis Stony Brook Opponents

No. Yds 55 3186 55 3186 57 3400

Yds 1898 1898 2152

Avg 37.2 37.2 38.4 Avg 57.9 57.9 59.6

Long 53 53 63 TB 1 1 4

TB 3 3 6 OB 0 0 3

I20 15 15 15

Blkd 0 0 0

Retn

Net

YdLn

1091 890

37.7 42.6

32 27

KICK RETURNS Donald Porter Conte Cuttino Dayton Guillory Benjamin Clements Chris Richards Brandon Mason Cory Giddings TEAM Stony Brook Opponents

No. 19 12 12 3 2 1 1 1 51 53

Yds 375 198 223 42 27 13 12 0 890 1091

Avg 19.7 16.5 18.6 14.0 13.5 13.0 12.0 0.0 17.5 20.6

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 76 27 31 15 17 13 12 0 76 48

PUNT RETURNS Dayton Guillory Dwayne Eley Stony Brook Opponents

No. 10 7 17 12

Yds 87 56 143 110

Avg 8.7 8.0 8.4 9.2

TD 0 0 0 1

Long 34 18 34 81

INTERCEPTIONS Chris Richards Cory Giddings John Smith Paul Ferrari Tyler Santucci Stony Brook Opponents

No. 3 2 1 1 1 8 9

Yds 1 21 22 26 9 79 43

Avg 0.3 10.5 22.0 26.0 9.0 9.9 4.8

TD 0 1 0 1 0 2 0

Long 1 19 22 26 9 26 21

FUMBLE RETURNS Stony Brook Opponents

No. 0 2

Yds 0 64

Avg 0.0 32.0

TD 0 1

Long 0 60


2008 Review DEFENSIVE LEADERS 44 SANTUCCI, Tyler 46 SCHWICKE, Stephen 21 WEST, Arin 9 TEAGUE, Carl 95 SOIVILIEN, Adam 94 HARRIS, James 28 RICHARDS, Chris 33 WEEKS, Greg 10 JEAN-PIERRE, Andre 3 GLENN, Julian 18 GIDDINGS, Cory 8 CLEMENTS, Benjamin 41 MEADOWS, Michael 39 BREVI, Chris 22 GUILLORY, Dayton 2 McCOY, Mike 42 FERRARI, Paul 96 HABER, Ryan 31 SMITH, John 91 CHEVALIER, Dominic 98 GROSS, David 99 MARTINEZ, Will 34 ALTAMIRANDA, Luis 5 WRIGHT, Leonard 6 PORTER, Donald 32 RANKINS, Chevar 77 RYAN, Charles 90 AUERBACH, Josh 19 BURGWARDT, Sean 38 GADDIS, Luke 17 CONTARDI, Rock 81 LEE, Donald 7 ELEY, Dwayne 84 SUGGS, Lynell TEAM Stony Brook Opponents

GP 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 9 11 8 11 11 5 10 11 11 8 10 8 10 11 10 10 10 3 4 10 7 11 11 10 10 7 11 11

|--------Tackles--------| Solo Ast Total 44 35 79 32 28 60 36 22 58 30 22 52 28 22 50 24 19 43 32 7 39 18 17 35 14 16 30 12 16 28 19 9 28 20 5 25 12 13 25 11 11 22 14 8 22 10 7 17 10 6 16 9 7 16 13 2 15 5 9 14 8 4 12 3 8 11 6 5 11 4 3 7 3 3 6 2 2 4 1 1 2 . 2 2 2 . 2 2 . 2 1 1 2 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 429 310 739 369 366 735

TFL/Yds 7.0-15 4.5-13 3.5-4 4.5-23 1.5-6 10.0-39 2.0-8 5.0-34 2.5-6 0.5-2 2.0-12 3.0-11 0.5-1 . . 1.0-1 . 4.0-22 . 2.0-3 1.5-10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55-210 50.0-212

|-Sacks-| No-Yds . . . 1.0-9 0.5-4 4.0-29 . 2.0-22 1.0-2 . 1.0-10 . . . . . . 1.5-16 . . 1.0-9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-101 17-111

|---Pass Def---| Int-Yds BrUp QBH 1-9 5 . . . . . 2 . . 1 . . 1 . . 1 . 3-1 4 . . . . . . . . 1 . 2-21 2 . . 1 . . . 1 . 2 . . 1 . . 3 . 1-26 . . . . . 1-22 1 . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-79 26 1 9-43 37 11

|-Fumbles-| Rcv-Yds FF . . . 1 1-0 1 1-0 1 . 1 . 1 1-0 1 . . 1-0 1 . . 1-0 . 1-0 . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . 8-0 8 12-64 13

Blkd Kick . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2

Saf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2008 Stony Brook Starting Lineups LT Lovell Lovell Lovell Lovell Lovell Lovell Lovell Lovell Lovell Lovell Lovell

DEFENSE Colgate Elon at Maine at Brown Hofstra at Liberty Charleston Southern at Coastal Carolina Gardner-Webb at Iona VMI

DE Harris Harris Harris Harris Harris Harris Harris Harris Harris Harris Harris

LG Council Council Council Council Council Council Council Council Council Council Council DE Soivilien Soivilien Soivilien Soivilien Gross Chevalier Soivilien Chevalier Chevalier Chevalier Chevalier

C Fenaroli Fenaroli Fenaroli Fenaroli Fenaroli Fenaroli Fenaroli Fenaroli Fenaroli Fenaroli Fenaroli NT Martinez Martinez Haber Martinez Soivilien Soivilien Martinez Martinez Martinez Soivilien Soivilien

RG Pugliese Pugliese Pugliese Pugliese Pugliese Pugliese Pugliese Pugliese Pugliese Pugliese Pugliese OLB Teague Teague Teague Teague Teague Teague Teague Teague Teague Teague Teague

RT Santos Santos Ryan Santos Santos Santos Santos Santos Santos Santos Santos ILB Weeks Weeks Schwicke Schwicke Schwicke Schwicke Schwicke Weeks Weeks Schwicke Schwicke

TE Tyler Tyler Tyler Tyler Tyler Tyler Cassel Tyler Tyler Tyler Tyler ILB Santucci Santucci Santucci Santucci Santucci Santucci Santucci Santucci Santucci Santucci Santucci

QB Hoffman Hoffman Hoffman Hoffman Hoffman Hoffman Hoffman Hoffman Hoffman Hoffman Hoffman OLB Glenn Glenn Glenn Glenn Glenn Glenn Glenn Glenn Glenn Glenn Glenn

FB Saffold Saffold Saffold Saffold Saffold Saffold Sawyer Saffold Saffold Saffold Saffold CB Richards Richards Richards Richards Richards Richards Richards Richards Richards Richards Richards

TB Cuttino Cuttino Cuttino Cuttino Cuttino Cuttino Cuttino Cuttino Cuttino Cuttino Cuttino FS Brevi Brevi Brevi Brevi Brevi Clements Smith Giddings Giddings Giddings Giddings

WR Suggs Suggs Lepore Lee Suggs Suggs Suggs Lee Lee Lee Suggs SS Giddings Giddings West Giddings Giddings West West West West West West

WR Porter Eley Eley Eley Eley Eley Eley Eley Eley Eley Eley CB McCoy McCoy McCoy Clements Clements Guillory Guillory Clements Guillory Guillory McCoy

Stony Brook Seawolves

2009 Football

OFFENSE Colgate Elon at Maine at Brown Hofstra at Liberty Charleston Southern at Coastal Carolina Gardner-Webb at Iona VMI

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2008 Review Stony Brook Individual Game Highs Rushes.............................................................. 28, Conte Cutino vs. VMI (Nov. 15) Yards Rushing........................................................278, Ed Gowins at Iona (Nov. 8) TD Rushes..............................................................3, Ed Gowins vs. VMI (Nov. 15) Conte Cutino at Iona (Nov. 8) Ed Gowins at Iona (Nov. 8) Long Rush.............................................................72, Ed Gowins vs. Elon (Sept. 6) Pass attempts............................................. 38, Dayne Hoffman at Maine (Sept. 13) Pass completions....................................... 19, Dayne Hoffman at Maine (Sept. 13) Yards Passing.................... 210, Dayne Hoffman vs. Charleston Southern (Oct. 18) TD Passes..................................... 3, Dayne Hoffman at Coastal Carolina (Oct. 25) Long Pass................................... 61, Dayne Hoffman at Coastal Carolina (Oct. 25) Receptions................................ 7, Dwayne Eley vs. Charleston Southern (Oct. 18) Yards Receiving................................124, Dwayne Eley vs. Gardner-Webb (Nov. 1) TD Receptions................................... 3, Dwayne Eley at Coastal Carolina (Oct. 25) Long Reception............................... 61, Dwayne Eley at Coastal Carolina (Oct. 25) Field Goals............................................2, Luke Gaddis vs. Gardner-Webb (Nov. 1) Luke Gaddis vs. Charleston Southern (Oct. 18) Luke Gaddis at Maine (Sept. 13) Long Field Goal...................................38, Luke Gaddis vs. Gardner-Webb (Nov. 1) Punts................................................................ 9, Luke Gaddis at Brown (Sept. 20) Luke Gaddis vs. Elon (Sept. 6) Punting Avg...................................43.5, Luke Gaddis at Coastal Carolina (Oct. 25) Long Punt.........................................53, Luke Gaddis at Coastal Carolina (Oct. 25) Luke Gaddis vs. Elon (Sept. 6) Long Punt Return........................................ 34, Dayton Guillory at Maine (Sept.13) Long Kickoff Return.............................................76, Donald Porter at Iona (Nov. 8) Tackles.......................................... 12, Tyler Santucci at Coastal Carolina (Oct. 25) Sacks................................................................2.0, James Harris vs. Elon (Sept. 6) Tackles For Loss......................................... 2.5, Tyler Santucci at Maine (Sept. 13) Interceptions............................................... 2, Chris Richards vs. Colgate (Aug. 30)

Stony Brook Team Game Highs Rushes........................................................................................63, at Iona (Nov. 8) Yards Rushing...........................................................................635, at Iona (Nov. 8) Yards Per Rush........................................................................10.1, at Iona (Nov. 8) TD Rushes....................................................................................9, at Iona (Nov. 8) Pass attempts........................................................................38, at Maine (Sept. 13) Pass completions..................................................................19, at Maine (Sept. 13) Yards Passing...............................................210, vs. Charleston Southern (Oct. 18) Yards Per Pass............................................................... 10.2, vs. Colgate (Aug. 30) TD Passes................................................................3, at Coastal Carolina (Oct. 25) Total Plays.............................................................................77, at Maine (Sept. 13) Total Offense.............................................................................668, at Iona (Nov. 8) Yards Per Play............................................................................9.5, at Iona (Nov. 8) Points..........................................................................................68, at Iona (Nov. 8) Sacks By....................................................................................4, vs. Elon (Sept. 6) First Downs..................................................................................29, at Iona (Nov. 8) Penalties.........................................................11, vs. Charleston Southern (Oct. 18) Penalty Yards...............................................123, vs. Charleston Southern (Oct. 18) Turnovers............................................................................ 4, vs. Hofstra (Sept. 26) at Maine (Sept. 13) Interceptions By................................................................... 3, vs. Colgate (Aug. 30)

2009 Football

Opponent Individual Game Highs

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Rushes.......................................... 24, Rashad Jennings, at Liberty (Oct. 11, 2008) Yards Rushing..............................109, Howard Abegesah, vs. VMI (Nov. 15, 2008) TD Rushes............................ 2, Philip Peoples, vs. Gardner-Webb (Nov. 01, 2008) Rashad Jennings, at Liberty (Oct. 11, 2008) Cory Christopher, vs. Hofstra (Sept. 26, 2008) Jordan McCord, vs. Colgate (Aug. 30, 2008) Long Rush...............................................60, Tim Maypray, vs. VMI (Nov. 15, 2008) Pass attempts................... 44, Devin Campbell, vs. Gardner-Webb (Nov. 01, 2008) Pass completions............. 32, Devin Campbell, vs. Gardner-Webb (Nov. 01, 2008) Yards Passing................. 394, Devin Campbell, vs. Gardner-Webb (Nov. 01, 2008) TD Passes.............................................4, Adam Farkes, at Maine (Sept. 13, 2008) Long Pass.............................................. 74, Warren Smith, at Iona (Nov. 08, 2008) Receptions..................................... 14, Buddy Farnham, at Brown (Sept. 20, 2008) Yards Receiving................153, James Perry III, vs. Gardner-Webb (Nov. 01, 2008) TD Receptions........ 3, Gerald Stevenson, vs. Charleston Southern (Oct. 18, 2008) Long Reception....................................... 74, Tim Mastrino, at Iona (Nov. 08, 2008) Field Goals.........................................2, Matthew Bevins, at Liberty (Oct. 11, 2008) Jacob Stein, vs. Colgate (Aug. 30, 2008) Long Field Goal................................. 41, Andrew Wilcox, vs. Elon (Sept. 06, 2008) Punts....................................................... 7, Robert Woods, at Iona (Nov. 08, 2008) Punting Avg........................................... 47.0, Eric Church, vs. VMI (Nov. 15, 2008) Long Punt..........................................63, Patrick Sweeney, vs. VMI (Nov. 15, 2008) Long Punt Return.............................. 81, Karlos Sullivan, vs. Elon (Sept. 06, 2008) Long Kickoff Return......................... 48, Landis Williams, at Maine (Sept. 13, 2008) Tackles............................... 14, Brandon Autry, at Coastal Carolina (Oct. 25, 2008) Sacks............................................ 3.0, Jonas Rousseau, at Maine (Sept. 13, 2008) Tackles For Loss............................. 3.5, James Davelin, at Brown (Sept. 20, 2008) Jonas Rousseau, at Maine (Sept. 13, 2008) Interceptions................................................1, Byron Allen, vs. VMI (Nov. 15, 2008) Lyndrez Leslie, vs. Gardner-Webb (Nov. 01, 2008) Kent Hicks, at Liberty (Oct. 11, 2008) Chris Edmond, vs. Hofstra (Sept. 26, 2008) Ray McDonough, vs. Hofstra (Sept. 26, 2008) Norman Smith, at Maine (Sept. 13, 2008) Lamir Whetstone, at Maine (Sept. 13, 2008) Karlos Sullivan, vs. Elon (Sept. 06, 2008) Wayne Moten, vs. Colgate (Aug. 30, 2008)

Stony Brook Seawolves

For the second time in three years Dwayne Eley led Stony Brook in receiving yards in 2008. He finished his career third all-time with 2,062 receiving yards.

Opponent Team Game Highs Rushes.....................................................................................62, vs. VMI (Nov. 15) Yards Rushing........................................................................364, vs. VMI (Nov. 15) Yards Per Rush.......................................................................5.9, vs. VMI (Nov. 15) TD Rushes.......................................................................... 4, vs. Hofstra (Sept. 26) Pass attempts........................................................... 44, vs. Gardner-Webb (Nov. 1) Pass completions..................................................... 32, vs. Gardner-Webb (Nov. 1) Yards Passing......................................................... 394, vs. Gardner-Webb (Nov. 1) Yards Per Pass........................................................ 9.0, vs. Gardner-Webb (Nov. 1) TD Passes...............................................................................4, at Maine (Sept. 13) Total Plays..............................................................................79, at Liberty (Oct. 11) Total Offense........................................................505, at Coastal Carolina (Oct. 25) Yards Per Play......................................................... 7.0, vs. Gardner-Webb (Nov. 1) Points................................................................................ 43, vs. Hofstra (Sept. 26) Sacks By.................................................................................7, at Maine (Sept. 13) First Downs.............................................................................28, at Liberty (Oct. 11) Penalties............................................................................................at Iona (Nov. 8) at Liberty (Oct. 11) vs. Hofstra (Sept. 26) 6, at Maine (Sept. 13) Penalty Yards...........................................................................60, vs. Elon (Sept. 6) Turnovers......................................................................................4, at Iona (Nov. 8) at Coastal Carolina (Oct. 25) Interceptions By................................................................... 2, vs. Hofstra (Sept. 26) 2, at Maine (Sept. 13)


2009 Opponents


2009 Opponents Game 1

Game 2

Hofstra Pride

September 5, 2009 • 7:00 p.m. Shuart Stadium • Hempstead, N.Y.

Dave Cohen Head Coach

Luke Bonus Senior, Linebacker

Dick Biddle Head Coach

Pat Simonds Senior, Wide Receiver

General Information Location............................................................................. Hamilton, N.Y. Founded...........................................................................................1819 Enrollment.......................................................................................2,800 President................................................................ Kyle Roelofs (Acting) Athletics Director................................................................. David Roach Conference........................................................................Patriot League Colors................................................................... Maroon, White & Gray Nickname.....................................................................................Raiders Website........................................................www.goColgateRaiders.com

Stadium Information Name...............................................................James M. Shuart Stadium Capacity........................................................................................13,000 Surface.......................................................................................FieldTurf Press Box Phone.......................................................516-463-5274/5275

Stadium Information Name..........................................................................Andy Kerr Stadium Capacity........................................................................................10,221 Surface........................................................................................... Grass Press Box Phone................................................................315-228-6863

Coaching Staff Head Coach...............................................Dave Cohen (C.W. Post, ‘88) Overall Record.................................................................13-21 (3 years) Record at Hofstra............................................................................Same Assistant Coaches Bill Durkin (Asst. HC/Run Game Coordinator/Offensive Line), David Patenaude (OC/Quarterbacks), Rich Nagy (DC/ Linebackers), Lyle Hemphill (Special Teams/Defensive Backs), Antonio Smikle (Running Backs), Kevin Mapp (Defensive Line/RC), Kahmal Roy (Wide Receivers), Phil Armatas (Wide Recievers), Douglas Goodwin (Asst. Defensive Line), Jack Mrozinski (Asst. Defensive Backs).

Coaching Staff Head Coach........................................................ Dick Biddle (Duke, ‘71) Overall Record.............................................................104-49 (13 years) Record at Colgate...........................................................................Same Assistant Coaches: Dan Hunt (OC/Quarterbacks), Casey Vogt (Offensive Line), Chris Young (Wide Receivers), Kade Rannings (Running Backs), Stan Dakosty (Tight Ends), Ryan Knowles (Co-DC/Defensive Line), Nick Monroe (Co-DC/Secondary), Pat Foley (Defensive Asst.).

Media Relations Football Contact..................................................................Jim Sheehan Office Phone.......................................................................516-463-6764 Cell Phone..........................................................................516-523-6692 Email......................................................... Jim.B.Sheehan@Hofstra.edu Office Fax...........................................................................516-463-5033

2009 Football

September 12, 2009 • 6:00 p.m. Kerr Stadium • Hamilton, N.Y.

General Information Location......................................................................... Hempstead, N.Y. Founded...........................................................................................1935 Enrollment.....................................................................................12,700 President......................................................................Stuart Rabinowitz Athletics Director................................................................... Jack Hayes Conference.................................................. Colonial Athletic Association Colors.........................................................................Blue, White & Gold Nickname.........................................................................................Pride Website......................................................................www.gohofstra.com

Team Information 2008 Record........................................................................................4-8 CAA Record/Finish............................................................2-6 / 4th North Letterman Returning/Lost................................................................44/14 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost.......................................................9/2 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost......................................................9/2 Specialists Returning/Lost...................................................................2/0

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Colgate Raiders

2009 Schedule S 5 Stony Brook 7 pm S 12 at Bryant 1 pm S 19 at Richmond* 3 pm S 26 at Western Michigan 7 pm O 3 James Madison* 3 pm O 10 Maine* 1 pm O 17 at Rhode Island* 1 pm O 24 New Hampshire* 3 pm N 7 at Delaware* 12 pm N 14 at Northeastern* 1 pm N 21 Massachusetts* 1 pm

2008 Results (4-8, 2-6 Colonial) A 28 at Connecticut L, 3-35 S 13 Albany OT L, 16-22 S 20 Rhode Island* W, 23-20 S 27 at Stony Brook W, 43-3 O 4 at James Madison* L, 0-56 O 11 at Bucknell W, 45-31 O 18 at Maine* OT L, 40-41 O 25 Delaware* L, 0-17 N 1 at New Hampshire* L, 25-45 N 8 Richmond* L, 14-34 N 15 Northeastern* W, 42-14 N 22 at Massachusetts* L, 14-28

Stony Brook Seawolves

Team Information 2008 Record........................................................................................9-3 Patriot League Record/Finish......................................................5-0 / 1st Letterman Returning/Lost................................................................40/18 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost.......................................................5/6 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost......................................................7/4 Specialists Returning/Lost...................................................................0/1 Media Relations Football Contact........................................................... Jeremiah Hergott Office Phone.......................................................................315-824-7566 Email......................................................................jhergott@colgate.edu Office Fax...........................................................................315-228-7977

2009 Schedule S 5 Monmouth S 12 Stony Brook S 19 at Dartmouth S 26 Fordham* O 3 Cornell O 8 at Princeton O 17 at Georgetown* O 24 at Holy Cross* O 31 Lehigh* N 7 at Lafayette* N 14 Bucknell*

6 pm 6 pm 1:30 pm 6 pm 1 pm 7 pm 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm

2008 Results (9-3, 5-0 Patriot) A 30 at Stony Brook L, 26-42 S 7 at Coastal Carolina W, 23-19 S 13 Furman L, 21-42 S 20 Dartmouth W, 34-20 S 27 at Fordham* W, 31-24 O 11 Princeton W, 27-24 O 18 at Cornell W, 38-22 O 25 at Bucknell* W, 52-28 N 1 Lafayette* W, 21-13 N 8 at Lehigh* W, 34-33 N 22 Holy Cross* W, 28-27 N 29 at Villanova L, 28-55


2009 Opponents Game 3

Game 4

Brown Bears

September 19, 2009 • 6:00 p.m. LaValle Stadium • Stony Brook, N.Y.

Phil Estes Head Coach

Paul Jasinowski Senior, Offensive Line

Massachusetts Minutemen September 26, 2009 • 6:00 p.m. McGuirk Stadium • Amherst, Mass.

Kevin Morris Head Coach

Jeromy Miles Senior, Safety

General Information Location.......................................................................... Providence, R.I. Founded...........................................................................................1764 Enrollment.......................................................................................5,821 President.......................................................................Ruth J. Simmons Athletics Director.......................................................Michael Goldberger Conference............................................................................. Ivy League Colors................................................Seal Brown, Cardinal Red & White Nickname........................................................................................Bears Website..................................................................www.brownbears.com

General Information Location...........................................................................Amherst, Mass. Founded...........................................................................................1863 Enrollment.....................................................................................23,137 Chancellor..................................................................... Dr. Robert Holub Athletics Director.........................................................John McCutcheon Conference.................................................. Colonial Athletic Association Colors...................................................Maroon, White, Cool Grey, Black Nickname............................................................................... Minutemen Website............................................................www.UMassAthletics.com

Stadium Information Name................................................................................Brown Stadium Capacity........................................................................................20,000 Surface........................................................................................... Grass Press Box Phone......................................................401-867-3888; 3897

Stadium Information Name.................................................................McGuirk Alumni Stadium Capacity........................................................................................17,000 Surface.......................................................................................FieldTurf Press Box Phone................................................................413-687-1756

Coaching Staff Head Coach......................................... Phil Estes (New Hampshire, ‘81) Overall Record...............................................................66-43 (11 years) Record at Brown..............................................................................Same Assistant Coaches: Abbott Burrell (Asst. HC/Defensive Secondary), Michael Kelleher (DC/Linebackers), Frank Sheehan (OC/Offensive Line), Joe Leslie (Tight Ends), Neil McGrath (Defensive Line), Paul Frisone (Outside Linebackers), James Perry (Rec. Coord./Quarterbacks), Kyle Archer (Defensive Asst.), Christopher Nappi (Running Backs).

Coaching Staff Head Coach.................................................. Kevin Morris (Williams ‘86) Overall Record.................................................................24-32 (5 years) Record at Massachusetts.....................................................First Season Assistant Coaches: Keith Dudzinski (DC/Linebackers), Brian Picuccir (OC), Steve Tirrell (Defensive Line/Special Teams), Guido Falbo (Centers & Guards/Recruiting), Brian Crist (Wide Receivers), Dyran Peake (Defensive Backs), Mike Wood (Running Backs), Bryan Butterworth (Asst. Defensive Backs), Damian Mincey (Asst. Linebackers), Matt Chapman (Asst. Offensive Line).

Team Information 2008 Record........................................................................................7-3 Ivy Record/Finish.........................................................................6-1 / 1st Letterman Returning/Lost................................................................31/14 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost.......................................................5/6 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost......................................................5/6 Specialists Returning/Lost...................................................................0/2 Media Relations Football Contact.........................................................Christopher Humm Office Phone.......................................................................401-863-1095 Home Phone......................................................................401-247-2392 Email......................................................christopher_humm@brown.edu Office Fax...........................................................................401-863-1436

6 pm 7 pm 12:30 pm 12:30 pm 12:30 pm 12:30 pm 12:30 pm 12:30 pm 12:30 pm 12:30 pm

2008 Results (7-3, 6-1 Ivy) S 20 Stony Brook W, 17-7 S 27 Harvard* W, 24-22 O 4 at Rhode Island L, 13-37 O 11 at Holy Cross L, 34-41 O 18 at Princeton* W, 31-10 O 25 Cornell* W, 27-7 N 1 at Penn* W, 34-27 N 8 Yale* L, 3-13 N 15 at Dartmouth* W, 45-16 N 22 Columbia* W, 41-10

Media Relations Football Contact....................................................................Jason Yellin Office Phone.......................................................................413-577-3061 Cell Phone..........................................................................413-687-1756 Email...............................................................jyellin@admin.umass.edu Office Fax...........................................................................413-545-1556 2009 Schedule S 5 at Kansas St. S 12 Albany S 19 Rhode Island* S 26 Stony Brook O 10 at Delaware* O 17 New Hampshire* O 24 at Richmond* O 31 at Maine* N 7 Northeastern* N 14 James Madison* N 21 at Hofstra

7:10 pm 6 pm 3:30 pm 6 pm 6 pm 3:30 pm 3 pm 3:30 pm 12 pm 12 pm 1 pm

2008 Results (7-5, 4-4 Colonial) A 30 Albany W, 28-16 S 6 at Holy Cross W, 45-42 S 13 at James Madison* L, 38-52 S 20 at Texas Tech L, 14-56 O 4 Delaware* W, 17-7 O 11 at Northeastern* W, 28-24 O 18 Richmond* L, 15-30 O 25 Bryant W, 42-7 N 1 at Rhode Island* W, 49-0 N 8 Maine* L, 20-21 N 15 at New Hampshire* L, 21-52 N 22 Hofstra* W, 28-14

Stony Brook Seawolves

2009 Football

2009 Schedule S 19 at Stony Brook S 25 at Harvard* O 3 Rhode Island O 10 Holy Cross O 17 Princeton* O 24 at Cornell* O 31 Penn* N 7 at Yale* N 14 Dartmouth* N 21 at Columbia*

Team Information 2008 Record........................................................................................7-5 CAA Record/Finish............................................................4-4 / 3rd North Letterman Returning/Lost................................................................53/17 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost.......................................................8/3 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost......................................................6/5 Specialists Returning/Lost...................................................................1/1

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2009 Opponents Game 5

Game 6

October 3, 2009 • 3:00 p.m. LaValle Stadium • Stony Brook, N.Y.

October 10, 2009 • 2:00 p.m. (ET) Alerus Center • Grand Forks, N.D.

Presbyterian Blue Hose North Dakota Fighting Sioux

Harold Nichols Head Coach

Tim Webb Senior, Quarterback

General Information Location.......................................................................Grand Forks, N.D. Founded...........................................................................................1883 Enrollment.....................................................................................12,748 President.......................................................................Dr. Robert Kelley Athletics Director..................................................................Brian Faison Conference.............................................................................Great West Colors.......................................................................Kelly Green & White Nickname.......................................................................... Fighting Sioux Website.................................................................www.fightingsioux.com

Stadium Information Name................................................................ Bailey Memorial Stadium Capacity..........................................................................................6,500 Surface........................................................................................... Grass Press Box Phone................................................................864-938-4040

Stadium Information Name..................................................................................Alerus Center Capacity........................................................................................12,283 Surface.......................................................................................FieldTurf Press Box Phone.......................................................701-777-1501/1502

Coaching Staff Head Coach....................................... Harold Nichols (Presbyterian, ‘89) Overall Record.....................................................................First Season Record at Presbyterian.........................................................First Season Assistant Coaches: Tom Evangelista (DC), Doug Malone (OC), Matt Cain (Wide Receivers), David Dunagan (Defensive Line), Andrew Ford (Cornerbacks), Brandon Sarver (Tight Ends), Jeff Wilson (Linebackers), Jomar Wright (Running Backs).

Coaching Staff Head Coach.............................................Chris Mussman (Iowa St., ‘90) Overall Record...................................................................... 6-4 (1 year) Record at North Dakota...................................................................Same Assistant Coaches: Mike Mannausau (Asst. HC/Co-DC), John Kelling (Co-DC/Secondary), Greg Breitbach (OC), Tim Belmore (Wide Receivers/Recruiting), Rod Carey (Offensive Line), Josh Kotelnicki (ST/ Outside Linebackers), Paul Charbonneau (Tight Ends), George Love (Outside Linebackers).

Media Relations Football Contact...............................................................Brent C. Hager Office Phone.......................................................................864-833-8252 Cell Phone..........................................................................704-219-3790 Email......................................................................bchager@presby.edu Office Fax...........................................................................864-833-8323

2009 Football

Dominique Hawkins Sophomore, Cornerback

General Information Location................................................................................Clinton, S.C. Founded...........................................................................................1880 Enrollment.......................................................................................1,200 President.....................................................................Dr. John V. Griffith Athletics Director.............................................. Dr. William “Bee” Carlton Conference............................................................................... Big South Colors................................................................................ Garnet & Blue Nickname................................................................................ Blue Hose Website..................................................................www.gobluehose.com

Team Information 2008 Record........................................................................................4-8 Conference Record/Finish.................................................................. N/A Letterman Returning/Lost................................................................52/26 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost.......................................................5/6 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost......................................................6/5 Specialists Returning/Lost...................................................................4/2

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Chris Mussman Head Coach

2009 Schedule S 5 at Furman 6 pm S 12 Elon 1:30 pm S 19 Chattanooga 1:30 pm S 26 at The Citadel 7 pm O 3 at Stony Brook* 3 pm O 10 at Old Dominion 6 pm O 24 VMI* 2 pm O 31 at Liberty* 3:30 pm N 7 Charleston Southern* 1:30 pm N 14 at Coastal Carolina* 12:30 pm N 21 Gardner-Webb* 1 pm

2008 Results (4-8) A 30 at Wofford L, 21-38 S 6 Fayetteville St. W, 38-28 S 13 at Elon L, 12-66 S 20 Western Carolina L, 21-23 S 27 at Appalachian St. L, 14-48 O 4 North Greenville W, 22-15 O 11 North Carolina Central W, 28-24 O 18 at Gardner-Webb L, 21-47 N 1 Liberty W, 31-28 N 8 at Charleston Southern L, 18-29 N 15 Coastal Carolina L, 13-21 N 22 at VMI L, 27-49

Stony Brook Seawolves

Team Information 2008 Record........................................................................................6-4 GWC Record/Finish................................................................ 1-2 / T-3rd Letterman Returning/Lost................................................................34/21 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost.......................................................2/9 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost......................................................6/5 Specialists Returning/Lost...................................................................1/0 Media Relations Football Contact...............................................................Christy Kramer Office Phone.......................................................................701-777-4210 Cell Phone..........................................................................320-226-2420 Email............................................... christykramer@mail.und.nodak.edu Office Fax...........................................................................701-777-4352 2009 Schedule S 5 at Texas Tech S 19 at Northwestern St. S 26 at Stephen F. Austin O 3 South Dakota* O 10 Stony Brook O 17 Sioux Falls O 24 at Southern Utah* O 31 Cal Poly* N 7 Southern Oregon N 14 at UC Davis* N 28 at Central Arkansas

6 pm 7 pm 6 pm 4 pm 1 pm 1 pm 3 pm 4 pm 4 pm 3 pm 1 pm

2008 Results (6-4, 1-2 GWC) A 28 Texas A&M-Kingsville W, 40-14 S 6 St. Cloud St. W, 31-17 S 13 Wisconsin-LaCrosse W, 45-7 S 18 at Idaho St. W, 38-35 S 27 at SE Louisiana L, 35-38 O 18 Western Washington W, 42-32 O 25 at UC Davis* L, 21-34 N 1 at Southern Illinois L, 21-40 N 8 Southern Utah* L, 14-15 N 22 at South Dakota* OT W, 34-31


2009 Opponents Game 7

Game 8

VMI Keydets

Coastal Carolina Chanticleers

October 17, 2009 • 1:30 p.m. Foster Stadium • Lexington, Va.

Sparky Woods Head Coach

Tim Maypray Senior, Slot Back

October 24, 2009 • 3:30 p.m. LaValle Stadium • Stony Brook, N.Y.

David Bennett Head Coach

Britt Leggett Senior, Defensive Line

General Information Location............................................................................. Lexington, Va. Founded...........................................................................................1839 Enrollment.......................................................................................1,400 Superintendent........................................... General J.H. Binford Peay III Athletics Director................................................................. Donny White Conference............................................................................... Big South Colors.......................................................................Red, White & Yellow Nickname....................................................................................Keydets Website...................................................................www.vmikeydets.com

General Information Location.............................................................................. Conway, S.C. Founded...........................................................................................1954 Enrollment.......................................................................................8,100 President................................................................... Dr. David DeCenzo Athletics Director................................................Warren “Moose” Koegel Conference............................................................................... Big South Colors......................................................................Teal, Bronze & Black Nickname...............................................................................Chaticleers Website..............................................................www.GoCCUSports.com

Stadium Information Name...........................................Foster Stadium/Alumni Memorial Field Capacity........................................................................................10,000 Surface........................................................................................... Grass Press Box Phone................................................................540-463-6725

Stadium Information Name...............................................................................Brooks Stadium Capacity..........................................................................................7,322 Surface........................................................................................... Grass Press Box Phone.......................................................843-234-3404/3405

Coaching Staff Head Coach..................................Sparky Woods (Carson Newman ‘76) Overall Record............................................................67-51-5 (11 years) Record at VMI....................................................................... 4-7 (1 year) Assistant Coaches: Bob Bodine (Offensive Line), A.J. Christoff (DC/ Secondary), Brent Davis (OC/Quarterbacks), Greg Harris (Outside Linebackers), Winston October (Wide Receivers), Greg Shockley (Slot Backs), Paul Soltis (Linebackers), Danny Verpaele (Asst. Secondary), Don Woods (Defensive Line).

Coaching Staff Head Coach.........................................David Bennett (Presbyterian ’84) Overall Record.............................................................108-40 (13 years) Record at Coastal Carolina..............................................45-23 (6 years) Assistant Coaches: Kevin Brown (OC/Quarterbacks), Curtis Walker (DC/ Outside Linebackers), Antoine Rivens (Asst. HC/Defensive Line), Hunter Spivey (Passing Game Coord./Wide Receivers), Jamie Snider (Offensive Line), Drew Watson (Safeties), Mike Castellano (Cornerbacks), Keith James (Running Backs), Gary Smallen (Tight Ends/Recruiting), Grant Cain (Inside Linebackers).

Team Information 2008 Record........................................................................................4-7 Big South Record/Finish...........................................................1-4 / T-5th Letterman Returning/Lost................................................................ 43/11 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost.....................................................10/1 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost......................................................9/2 Specialists Returning/Lost...................................................................1/1 Media Relations Football Contact................................................................Wade Branner Office Phone.......................................................................540-464-7515 Cell Phone..........................................................................540-319-1271 Email.......................................................................brannerwh@vmi.edu Office Fax...........................................................................540-464-7583 2008 Results (4-7, 1-5 Big South) S 6 St. Francis (Pa.) W, 49-0 S 13 at William & Mary L, 17-52 S 20 Chowan W, 69-20 S 27 at Ohio L, 31-51 O 4 Richmond L, 16-56 O 11 Coastal Carolina* W, 47-20 O 25 at Gardner-Webb* L, 27-34 N 1 at Charleston Southern* L, 21-31 N 8 Liberty* L, 26-38 N 15 at Stony Brook* L, 26-40 N 22 Presbyterian W, 49-27

Media Relations Football Contact................................................................John A. Martin Office Phone.......................................................................843-349-2822 Cell Phone..........................................................................843-995-5923 Email..................................................................... jamartin@coastal.edu Office Fax...........................................................................843-349-2819 2009 Schedule S 3 at Kent St. 7 pm S 12 Monmouth 7 pm S 19 at Towson 6 pm S 26 North Carolina A&T 7 pm O 10 VMI* 7 pm O 17 at Liberty* 3:30 pm O 24 at Stony Brook* 3:30 pm O 31 at Clemson TBA N 7 Gardner-Webb* 12:30 pm N 14 Presbyterian* 12:30 pm N 21 at Charleston Southern* 1:30 pm

2008 Results (6-6, 1-4 Big South) A 30 at Penn St. L, 10-66 S 7 Colgate L, 19-23 S 13 at Monmouth W, 26-7 S 20 Towson W, 31-3 S 27 at N. Carolina A&T W, 20-7 O 4 Liberty* L, 38-43 O 11 at VMI* L, 20-47 O 18 N. Carolina Central W, 35-10 O 25 Stony Brook* L, 24-28 N 8 at Gardner-Webb* W, 23-18 N 15 at Presbyterian W, 21-13 N 22 Charleston Southern* L, 0-24

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2009 Football

2009 Schedule S 5 Robert Morris 1:30 pm S 19 at James Madison 6 pm S 26 at Richmond 3 pm O 3 Gardner-Webb* 1:30 pm O 10 at Coastal Carolina* 7 pm O 17 Stony Brook* 1:30 pm O 24 at Presbyterian* 2 pm O 31 Charleston Southern* 1:30 pm N 7 at Liberty* 3:30 pm N 14 at Army TBA N 21 Old Dominion 1:30 pm

Team Information 2008 Record........................................................................................6-6 Big South Record/Finish.............................................................1-4/T-5th Letterman Returning/Lost................................................................55/17 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost.......................................................7/4 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost......................................................9/3 Specialists Returning/Lost...................................................................4/1

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2009 Opponents Game 9

Game 10

October 31, 2009 • 1:30 p.m. Spangler Stadium • Boiling Springs, N.C.

CSU Stadium • Charleston, S.C.

Southern Buccaneers Gardner-Webb Bulldogs Charleston November 14, 2009 • 1:30 p.m.

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Steve Patton Head Coach

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Mario Brown Senior Linebacker

Jay Mills Head Coach

Andrew McKain Senior, Linebacker

General Information Location...................................................................Boiling Springs, N.C. Founded...........................................................................................1905 Enrollment.......................................................................................4,000 President.......................................................................Dr. Frank Bonner Athletics Director................................................................. Chuck Burch Conference............................................................................... Big South Colors...............................................................................Scarlet & Black Nickname................................................................................... Bulldogs Website.................................................................... www.gwusports.com

General Information Location..........................................................................Charleston, S.C. Founded...........................................................................................1964 Enrollment.......................................................................................3,287 President...............................................................Dr. Jairy C. Hunter, Jr. Athletics Director....................................................................Hank Small Conference............................................................................... Big South Colors....................................................................................Blue & Gold Nickname..............................................................................Buccaneers Website..................................................................... www.csusports.com

Stadium Information Name........................................................................... Spangler Stadium Capacity..........................................................................................9,000 Surface........................................................................................... Grass Press Box Phone................................................................704-406-3576

Stadium Information Name.................................................................................. CSU Stadium Capacity..........................................................................................4,000 Surface........................................................................................... Grass Press Box Phone................................................................843-863-7661

Coaching Staff Head Coach..................................................Steve Patton (Furman, ‘77) Overall Record......................................................... 107-77-1 (16 years) Record at Gardner-Webb...............................................77-53 (12 years) Assistant Coaches: Joe Pizzo (OC/Quarterbacks), John Windham (DC), Travis Cunningham (Linebackers), Bryant Foster (Secondary), Rusty Wright (Defensive Line), Chris Foster (Running Backs), Ian Cooper (Receivers), Mike Doolittle (Defensive Line).

Coaching Staff Head Coach....................................Jay Mills (Western Washington, ‘84) Overall Record.................................................................37-54 (8 years) Record at Charleston Southern........................................34-33 (6 years) Assistant Coaches: Chuck Kelly (OC/Offensive Line), Thielen Smith (DC), RaShan Frost (Defensive Line), Gabe Giardina (Running Backs/ Special Teams), Dave Brunner (Wide Receivers), Marcus Woodson (Defensive Backs).

Team Information 2008 Record........................................................................................5-6 Big South Record/Finish...............................................................2-3 /4th Letterman Returning/Lost................................................................52/20 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost.....................................................10/2 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost....................................................10/2 Specialists Returning/Lost...................................................................3/3

Team Information 2008 Record........................................................................................7-5 Big South Record/Finish...........................................................3-2 /T-2nd Letterman Returning/Lost................................................................37/12 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost.......................................................9/3 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost......................................................4/7 Specialists Returning/Lost...................................................................2/0

Media Relations Football Contact..................................................................... Marc Rabb Office Phone.......................................................................704-406-4355 Cell Phone..........................................................................704-974-3662 Email.............................................................mrabb@gardner-webb.edu Office Fax...........................................................................704-406-4739

Media Relations Football Contact...............................................................Blake Freeland Office Phone.......................................................................843-863-7687 Home Phone......................................................................843-729-0483 Email.................................................................... bfreeland@csuniv.edu Office Fax...........................................................................843-863-7676

2009 Schedule S 5 Mars Hill 6 pm S 12 at Western Carolina 7 pm S 19 at North Carolina St. 6 pm O 3 at VMI* 1:30 pm O 10 at Buffalo 3:30 pm O 16 Charleston Southern* 6 pm O 24 Southern Virginia 6 pm O 31 Stony Brook 1:30 pm N 7 at Coastal Carolina* 12:30 pm N 14 Liberty* 1:30 pm N 21 at Presbyterian* 1 pm

2008 Results (5-6, 2-3 Big South) A 28 at Tennessee Tech L, 12-28 S 6 Tusculum W, 31-12 S 13 at Austin Peay W, 31-15 S 27 Sam Houston St. L, 33-49 O 4 at Charleston Southern* L, 10-13 O 11 at Georgia Tech L, 7-10 O 18 Presbyterian W, 47-21 O 25 VMI* W, 34-27 N 1 at Stony Brook* W, 34-33 N 8 Coastal Carolina* L, 18-23 N 15 at Liberty* L, 10-30

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2009 Schedule S 5 at Florida TBA S 12 at Wofford 7 pm S 19 at South Florida TBA S 26 North Greenville 1:30 pm O 3 Savannah St. 1:30 pm O 17 at Gardner-Webb* 6 pm O 24 Liberty* 1:30 pm O 31 at VMI 1:30 pm N 7 at Presbyterian* 1:30 pm N 14 Stony Brook* 1:30 pm N 21 Coastal Carolina* 1:30 pm

2008 Results (7-5, 3-2 Big South) A 28 Miami (Fla.) L, 7-52 S 6 at Wofford L, 23-41 S 13 at Miami (Ohio) L, 27-38 S 27 North Greenville W, 27-0 O 4 Gardner-Webb* W, 13-10 O 11 at Savannah St. W, 29-20 O 18 at Stony Brook* L, 19-20 O 25 at Liberty* L, 0-42 N 1 VMI* W, 31-21 N 8 Presbyterian W, 29-18 N 15 Edward Waters W, 48-6 N 22 at Coastal Carolina* W, 24-0


2009 Opponents Game 11

Series Records vs. 2009 Opponents

Liberty Flames

November 21, 2009 • 1:00 p.m. LaValle Stadium • Stony Brook, N.Y.

Brown

Overall: 0-1 Home: 0-0 9/20/08 Providence, R.I.

Away: 0-1 L

7-17

charleston southern Danny Rocco Head Coach

Bryan Mosier Senior, Offensive Line

Overall: 1-0 Home: 1-0 10/18/08 Stony Brook, N.Y.

General Information Location............................................................................ Lynchburg, Va. Founded...........................................................................................1971 Enrollment..................................................................................... 11,311 Chancellor......................................................................Jerry Falwell, Jr. Athletics Director.................................................................... Jeff Barber Conference............................................................................... Big South Colors..........................................................................Red, White & Blue Nickname..................................................................................... Flames Website..............................................................www.LibertyFlames.com

coastal carolina

Stadium Information Name............................................................................ Williams Stadium Capacity........................................................................................12,000 Surface.......................................................................................FieldTurf Press Box Phone................................................................434-582-4628

Overall: 0-1 Home: 0-1 11/1/08 Stony Brook, N.Y.

Coaching Staff Head Coach.........................................Danny Rocco (Wake Forest, ‘84) Overall Record.................................................................24-10 (3 years) Record at Liberty.............................................................................Same Assistant Coaches: Pete Sundheim (Assoc. HC/Running Backs), Tom Clark (DC/Linebackers), Brandon Streeter (OC/Quarterbacks), Marshall Roberts (ST/Cornerbacks), Charlie Skalaski (Wide Receivers/ Rec. Coord.), Wally Ake (Secondary), Levern Belin (Defensive Line), Ernie McCook (Running Game Coord./Tight Ends), Blaine McCorkle (Offensive Line). Team Information 2008 Record......................................................................................10-2 Big South Record/Finish...............................................................5-0 /1st Letterman Returning/Lost................................................................48/23 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost.......................................................4/8 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost......................................................4/7 Specialists Returning/Lost...................................................................3/1 Media Relations Football Contact................................................................Todd Wetmore Office Phone.......................................................................434-582-2292 Cell Phone..........................................................................434-841-8974 Email..................................................................... twetmore@liberty.edu Office Fax...........................................................................434-582-2076 2008 Results (10-2, 5-0 Big South) A 30 North Greenville W, 49-10 S 6 Glenville St. W, 44-27 S 13 at Western Carolina W, 19-16 S 27 at Youngstown St. W, 31-28 O 4 at Coastal Carolina* W, 43-28 O 11 Stony Brook* W, 33-0 O 18 Lafayette L, 21-35 O 25 Charleston Southern* W, 42-0 N 1 at Presbyterian L, 28-31 N 8 at VMI* W, 38-26 N 15 Gardner-Webb* W, 30-10 N 22 Elon W, 26-3

Colgate

Overall: 1-0 Home: 1-0 8/30/08 Stony Brook, N.Y.

Gardner-Webb

hofstra

Overall: 0-12 Home: 0-6 9/14/84 Hempstead, N.Y. 9/20/85 Hempstead, N.Y. 9/20/86 Stony Brook, N.Y. 9/18/87 Hempstead, N.Y. 9/17/88 Stony Brook, N.Y. 9/15/89 Hempstead, N.Y. 9/15/90 Stony Brook, N.Y. 10/9/04 Stony Brook, N.Y. 9/17/05 Hempstead, N.Y. 8/31/06 Stony Brook, N.Y. 9/29/07 Hempstead, N.Y. 9/26/08 Stony Brook, N.Y.

Liberty

Overall: 0-1 Home: 0-0 10/11/08 Lynchburg, Va.

Massachusetts

Overall: 0-1 Home: 0-0 9/23/06 Amherst, Mass.

20-19

Away: 1-0 W

28-24

Away: 0-0 W

46-26

Away: 0-0 L

33-34

Away: 0-6 L L L L L L L L L L L L

0-45 15-17 3-13 3-24 3-8 6-28 0-48 21-61 0-55 8-17 28-33 3-43

Away: 0-1 L

0-33

Away: 0-1 L

7-48

Away: 0-0 W

40-26

North Dakota First Meeting

Presbyterian First Meeting

VMI

Overall: 1-0 Home: 1-0 11/15/08 Stony Brook, N.Y.

Stony Brook Seawolves

2009 Football

2009 Schedule S 5 at West Virginia 3:30 pm S 12 North Carolina Central 7 pm S 19 at Lafayette 6 pm S 26 James Madison 7 pm O 3 West Virginia Wesleyan 7 pm O 17 Coastal Carolina* 3:30 pm O 24 at Charleston Southern* 1:30 pm O 31 Presbyterian* 3:30 pm N 7 VMI* 3:30 pm N 14 at Gardner-Webb* 1:30 pm N 21 at Stony Brook* 1 pm

Overall: 1-0 Home: 0-0 10/25/08 Conway, S.C.

Away: 0-0 W

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2009 Football

Big South Conference

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The Big South Conference took a big step in its young history in the Fall of 2002 when, for the first time in its 19-year history, the League crowned a football champion. Football had always been a long range goal of the Conference. In the early 1990s, football seemed on the horizon in the Big South, as Charleston Southern fielded its first team in 1991 and the Conference added Liberty as a new member, which was already playing on the gridiron. However, football never got off the ground in the early part of the decade as other issues came to the forefront, including the Big South’s emergence as a basketball conference. The League was awarded its first automatic bid to the NCAA men’s basketball championship in 1992 and football was put on the back burner while basketball began to flourish. The idea was revived in 1997 when Elon joined the Big South. That gave the Conference three full-time members with football programs -- half the number needed to be recognized as a Conference by the NCAA. Two years later on November 10, 1999, Coastal Carolina University announced it would add football by the Fall of 2003. The wheels were set in motion to establish a Conference home for the League’s football-playing members. After attempts to form a joint football league with the Atlantic Sun Conference failed, the Big South began recruiting more members to join its fledgling football league. On May 23, 2001, the dream became a reality when the Big South’s Council of Chief Executive Officers voted unanimously to add football as the Conference’s 18th championship sport. It became the first sport added since 1997 when men’s and women’s indoor track were incorporated as championship sports. Shortly after the approval of football, the Big South’s recruiting efforts paid off, as the addition of Gardner-Webb University as an associate football member was announced in June 2001. There were hopes that with the addition of the Bulldogs, a four-team League could begin play later that Fall, with Coastal Carolina coming into the fold in the 2003 season. However, scheduling conflicts could not be worked out, so the Fall of 2002 was designated as the kick-off to Big South Football. The Big South continued to look for additional members, with a goal of eventually having seven or eight playing members. In December of 2001, one of the oldest programs in the state of Virginia, Virginia Military Institute, announced it would join the Big South in all sports in 2003 and maintain the Conference’s football membership at five following Elon’s departure. In 2006, the League moved one step closer to solidying its status as a viable football Conference. First, Coastal Carolina Athletic Director Warren Koegel was appointed to the FCS Football Selection Committee, the Big South’s first-ever representative on a national football committee. On April 6, the Big South added Presbyterian College as its sixth football member. Presbyterian, currently in the midst of its transition to Division I, officially joined the Big South in all sports in 2008. On May 26, the Big

South announced that associate football member Gardner-Webb would join the Conference as full members on July 1, 2008, solidifying the Big South’s football make-up for years to come. With membership coming together, the Big South received a huge boost at the conclusion of the 2006 campaign. League champion Coastal Carolina became the first football member to advance to the postseason when the Chanticleers received an at-large berth in the NCAA Division I Football Championship. The Big South took another step closer to becoming eligible for an automatic berth when on March 20, 2007, the Conference announced the addition of Stony Brook University as an associate football member beginning in 2008. All the efforts came to fruition in the spring of 2008 when the NCAA announced the expansion of the FCS Playoffs from 16 to 20 teams beginning in 2010 and granting the Big South an automatic bid starting that year. The growth of Big South football has been exceptional since its inception just seven years ago. The Big South experienced its most successful campaign in 2006 with Coastal Carolina’s FCS playoff berth; two teams (Coastal Carolina and Charleston Southern) were ranked in the national Top 25 in the same week for the first time; the Big South appeared on the ESPN family of networks on four different occasions; and the League had its first-ever NFL Draft pick and first finalist for the Walter Payton Award in Coastal Carolina’s Tyler Thigpen. In 2007, Liberty won its first-ever Big South football championship in record-breaking fashion two years after finishing 1-10 overall; Coastal’s Jerome Simpson (second round) and Gardner-Webb’s Brian Johnston (seventh round) were selected in the NFL Draft, and the League’s five football members combined to average a Big South-record 7,488 fans per game. The Big South produced another nationally-ranked program in 2008 in Liberty, as well as its fourth NFL draft pick in three years – Liberty’s Rashad Jennings (seventh round). With the numerous successes and solidified membership, the Big South is continuing its ascension as a national competitor in FCS football.

Big South Composite Schedule

Thursday, Sept. 3 COASTAL CAROLINA at Kent St., 7 pm Saturday, Sept. 5 Robert Morris at VMI LIBERTY at West Virginia, 3:30 pm Mars Hill at GARDNER-WEBB, 6 pm PRESBYTERIAN at Furman, 6 pm CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at Florida STONY BROOK at Hofstra

Saturday, Sept. 12 Elon at PRESBYTERIAN, 1:30 pm Monmouth at COASTAL CAROLINA, 7 pm GARDNER-WEBB at Western Carolina, 7 pm North Carolina Central at LIBERTY, 7 pm CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at Wofford, 7 pm STONY BROOK at Colgate, 6 pm Saturday, Sept. 19 Chattanooga at PRESBYTERIAN, 1:30 pm COASTAL CAROLINA at Towson, 6 pm LIBERTY at Lafayette, 6 pm Brown at STONY BROOK, 6 pm CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at South Florida GARDNER-WEBB at North Carolina St., 6 pm VMI at James Madison Saturday, Sept. 26 North Carolina A&T at COASTAL CAROLINA, 7 pm James Madison at LIBERTY, 7 pm PRESBYTERIAN at The Citadel, 7 pm North Greenville at CHARLESTON SOUTHERN, 1:30 pm STONY BROOK at Massachusetts, 6 pm VMI at Richmond Saturday, Oct. 3 GARDNER-WEBB at VMI*, 1:30 pm Savannah St. at CHARLESTON SOUTHERN, 1:30 pm Big South Conference 7233 Pineville-Matthews Road, Suite 100 Charlotte, N.C. 28226 Phone: (704) 341-7990 Fax: (704) 341-7991 Kyle B. Kallander, Commissioner James Companion, Jr., Assoc. Commissioner Dawn Turner, Associate Commissioner Mark Simpson, Assistant Commissioner Chad Cook, Director of Marketing Nic Bowman, Asst. Dir, of Public Relations Mark Bryant, Coordinator of New Media Nancy Perkins, Office Manager Claire Surratt, Marketing Assistant TBA, Public Relations Asst. TBA, Admin./Compliance Asst.

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Big South Conference PRESBYTERIAN at STONY BROOK*, 3 pm West Virginia Wesleyan at LIBERTY, 7 pm Saturday, Oct. 10 STONY BROOK at North Dakota, 2 pm PRESBYTERIAN at Old Dominion, 6 pm VMI at COASTAL CAROLINA*, 7 pm GARDNER-WEBB at Buffalo Saturday, Oct. 17 STONY BROOK at VMI*, 1:30 pm COASTAL CAROLINA at LIBERTY*, 3:30 pm CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at GARDNER-WEBB*, 6 pm Saturday, Oct. 24 LIBERTY at CHARLESTON SOUTHERN*, 1:30 pm VMI at PRESBYTERIAN*, 2 pm COASTAL CAROLINA at STONY BROOK*, 3:30 pm Southern Virginia at GARDNER-WEBB, 6 pm Saturday, Oct. 31 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at VMI*, 1:30 pm STONY BROOK at GARDNER-WEBB*, 1:30 pm PRESBYTERIAN at LIBERTY*, 3:30pm COASTAL CAROLINA at Clemson Saturday, Nov. 7 GARDNER-WEBB at COASTAL CAROLINA*, 12:30 pm VMI at LIBERTY*, 3:30 pm CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at PRESBYTERIAN*, 1:30 pm Saturday, Nov. 14 PRESBYTERIAN at COASTAL CAROLINA*, 12:30 pm STONY BROOK at CHARLESTON SOUTHERN*, 1:30 pm LIBERTY at GARDNER-WEBB*, 1:30 pm VMI at Army Saturday, Nov. 21 GARDNER-WEBB at PRESBYTERIAN*, 1 pm LIBERTY at STONY BROOK*, 1 pm COASTAL CAROLINA at CHARLESTON SOUTHERN*, 1:30 pm Old Dominion at VMI, 1:30 pm BIG SOUTH MEMBER IN ALL CAPS * - Big South Conference game All Times EST and subject to change due to television

Team Liberty Stony Brook Charleston Southern Gardner-Webb VMI Coastal Carolina Presbyterian

Big South W-L Pct. PF PA 5-0 1.000 186 74 3-2 .600 121 136 3-2 .600 87 93 2-3 .400 106 126 1-4 .200 147 163 1-4 .200 105 160 -- -- -- --

W-L 10-2 5-6 7-5 5-6 4-7 6-6 4-8

Overall Pct. PF .833 404 .455 274 .583 277 .455 267 .364 378 .500 267 .333 266

PA Home Road Streak 224 6-1 4-1 W3 289 3-3 2-3 W2 268 5-0 2-5 W4 261 3-2 2-4 L2 369 4-2 0-5 W1 289 2-4 4-2 L1 416 4-2 0-6 L3

2008 Big South Football Honors OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Rashad Jennings, RB, Sr., Liberty

KR - Gerald Stevenson, Soph., Charleston So. PR - Dominic Bolden, Sr., Liberty

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Jeffrey Williams, LB, So., Gardner-Webb

SECOND-TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE OFFENSE QB - Tim Maypray, Jr., VMI RB - Conte Cuttino, Jr., Stony Brook RB - Howard Abegesah, Jr., VMI WR - Jonathan Crawford, R-Sr., Liberty WR - James Perry III, R-Fr., Gardner-Webb WR - Brandon Clark, Sr., Presbyterian TE - Corey Rasberry, R-Sr., Liberty OL - Lawrence Lovell, Sr., Stony Brook OL - Alex Bragg, R-Sr., Charleston Southern OL - George Handler, R-Jr., VMI OL - James Boatright, Soph., VMI OL - Corey O’Daniel, Soph., Gardner-Webb

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Ed Gowins, RB, Stony Brook COACH OF THE YEAR Danny Rocco, Liberty SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Jacob Rochester, LB, Sr., VMI FIRST-TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE OFFENSE QB - Brock Smith, Sr., Liberty RB - Rashad Jennings, R-Sr., Liberty RB - Edwin Gowins, Fr., Stony Brook WR - Dobson Collins, Sr., Gardner-Webb WR - Dominic Bolden, Sr., Liberty WR - Gerald Stevenson, Soph., Charleston So. TE - Josh Miller, Soph., Gardner-Webb OL - Mike Godsil, Sr., Liberty OL - Demario Deese, Sr., Gardner-Webb OL - Britt Leggett, R-Sr., Coastal Carolina OL - Steve Council, Sr., Stony Brook OL - Britt Stone, R-Sr., Liberty DEFENSE DL - Jake Killeen, R-Sr., Charleston Southern DL - James Harris, Sr., Stony Brook DL - Phillip Oboh, Jr., Coastal Carolina DL - Adam McKinney, Sr., Presbyterian LB - Jeffrey Williams, Soph., Gardner-Webb LB - Nick Hursky, Sr., Liberty LB - Antwan Thomas, Sr., Presbyterian LB - D.J. Rice, Sr., Coastal Carolina DB - Daniel Cooke, Sr., Gardner-Webb DB - Philip Ashley, Jr., Charleston Southern DB - Kent Hicks, R-Sr., Liberty DB - Cedric McGowan, Jr., Gardner-Webb SPECIAL TEAMS PK - Ryan Gates, Fr., Gardner-Webb P - Ben Erdman, Soph., Coastal Carolina LS - Dan Pope, R-Sr., Liberty

DEFENSE DL - Justin Witzmann, R-Sr., Charleston So. DL - Kevin Richard, R-Sr., Liberty DL - Jordan Woods, Fr., Gardner-Webb DL - Colin Dugan, Sr., Liberty LB - Marty Patterson, Soph., Gardner-Webb LB - Andrew McKain, R-Jr., Charleston So. LB - Tyler Santucci, Jr., Stony Brook LB - A.J. Gross, R-Fr., VMI DB - Ryan Greiser, Sr., Liberty DB - Anthony McKnight, Sr., Presbyterian DB - Pat Calvary, Sr., Liberty DB - Chris Richards, Jr., Stony Brook SPECIAL TEAMS PK - John Paglia, Soph., Charleston Southern P - Bryson Summers, Sr., Presbyterian LS - Travis Ludden, Sr., VMI KR - Dominic Bolden, Sr., Liberty PR - Dobson Collins, Sr., Gardner-Webb ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM Justin Witzmann, R-Sr., DL, Charleston So. Derrick Frasier, Soph., LB, Coastal Carolina Daniel Cooke, Sr., DB, Gardner-Webb Ryan Greiser, Sr., DB, Liberty Antwan Thomas, Sr., LB, Presbyterian Jeff Santos, Jr., OL, Stony Brook Jacob Rochester, Sr., LB, VMI

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2009 Football

WEEKLY TELECONFERENCE The Big South Conference office again this season will conduct a weekly teleconference involving each head coach Tuesday mornings during the 2009 campaign, beginning at 10:20am ET. Each coach will speak for 10 minutes in the following order: Steve Patton (GWU), Danny Rocco (LU), Sparky Woods (VMI), Chuck Priore (SB), Jay Mills (CSU), David Bennett (CCU) and Harold Nichols (PC). The first call will be held Tuesday, Sept. 1 entering Week One - through Tuesday, Nov. 17. Each call will be recorded and available for playback on the Conference’s website, BigSouthSports.com. To inquire about participation, contact Mark Simpson at 704-341-7990 or marks@bigsouth.org.

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Series Records

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Team Games First Last Albany 13 1995 2007 American International 3 1995 1998 Assumption 1 1998 1998 Bentley 7 1989 1998 Brockport State 4 1984 1987 Brooklyn 4 1985 1988 Brown 1 2008 2008 Bryant 1 2007 2007 Bucknell 2 2005 2007 C.W. Post 8 1988 1999 Canisius 1 2002 2002 Central Connecticut State 10 1996 2007 Charleston Southern 1 2008 2008 Coast Guard 3 1992 1994 Coastal Carolina 1 2008 2008 Colgate 1 2008 2008 Cortland State 2 1986 1987 Elon 2 2007 2008 Fairleigh Dickinson-Madison 1 1984 1984 Fitchburg State 2 1984 1985 Fordham 2 1987 1988 Gardner-Webb 1 2008 2008 Georgetown 4 2003 2007 Gettysburg 3 1992 1994 Hofstra 12 1984 2008 Iona 7 1988 2008 Jacksonville 2 2000 2001 Jersey City State 2 1993 1994 Keene State 3 1985 1987 Kings Point (USMMA) 7 1988 1994 Lehigh 1 2004 2004 Liberty 1 2008 2008 Maine 2 2007 2008 Massachusetts 1 2006 2006 UMass-Lowell 5 1984 1995 M.I.T. 1 1991 1991 Marist 1 2005 2005 Merrimack 2 1997 1998 Monmouth 9 1999 2007 Montclair State 1 1996 1996 New Hampshire 1 2006 2006 North Dakota First Meeting 2009 Norwich 2 1995 1995 Pace 12 1986 1998 Plymouth State 4 1992 1995 Presbyterian First Meeting 2009 Ramapo 8 1984 1991 Richmond 1 2007 2007 Robert Morris 8 1999 2006 Sacred Heart 14 1992 2006 San Diego 1 1999 1999 Siena 2 2002 2003 Southern Connecticut State 4 1996 2000 Springfield 1 1995 1995 St. John’s 14 1986 2002 St. Francis (Pa.) 8 1999 2006 St. Peter’s 3 1985 1987 Stonehill 3 1984 1989 SUNY-Maritime 2 1984 1985 Trenton State 1 1984 1984 VMI 1 2008 2008 Wagner 13 1985 2006 Wesley 2 1991 1992 Western Connecticut State 5 1991 1995 Wilkes 1 1994 1994 Worcester Poly. Inst. 2 1989 1990 Worcester State 1 1985 1985 Youngstown State 1 2007 2007 Totals 250

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History/Records


Individual records Rushing Attempts-Career

1. Conte Cuttino, 2006-Pres.............................513 2. Ralph Menendez, 1997-00.............................497 3. Oliver Bridges, 1989-91..................................462 4. Clinton Graham, 2000, 03-04.........................459 5. Bobby Kane, 1994-96.....................................416 6. T.J. Moriarty, 2001-04.....................................395 7. Chris Delmadge, 1992-93...............................329 8. Alex Londino, 1994-97....................................301 9. Ken Lockhart, 2000-02...................................296 10. Rod Williams, 2001-05....................................284 11. Michael Lugo, 1998-90...................................241 12. James Crawford, 1995-99..............................237 13. John Ragimierski, 1985-86.............................188

Rushing Attempts - Season

1. Oliver Bridges, 1989.......................................241 2. Chris Delmadge, 1993....................................238 3. Conte Cuttino, 2008......................................199 4. Oliver Bridges, 1991.......................................186 5. Conte Cuttino, 2007......................................174 6. Michael Lugo, 1988........................................173 7. Rod Williams, 2005.........................................168 8. Bobby Kane, 1996..........................................167 Ralph Menendez, 1998...................................167 Clinton Graham, 2003.....................................167 11. Ralph Menendez, 2000...................................158 12. Ralph Menendez, 1999...................................156 13. Brandon Mason, 2007....................................155 14. Edwin Gowins, 2008.....................................140 Conte Cuttino, 2006......................................140 15. John Ragimierski, 1986..................................139

Rushing Attempts - Game

1. Steve Gabriel vs. Norwich, 1994......................37 2. Brandon Mason at Elon, 2007..........................35 3. Conte Cuttino at Albany, 2007.......................34 4. Conte Cuttino vs. Maine, 2007.......................32 5. Chris Delmadge vs. Sacred Heart, 1993..........33 6. Clinton Graham vs. Iona, 2003.........................31 7. Chris Delmadge vs. Gettysburg, 1993..............30 8. Conte Cuttino vs. VMI, 2008...........................28 Chris Delmadge vs. Pace, 1993.......................28 10. Ralph Menendez vs. C. Conn. St., 1999..........27 Bobby Kane vs. Plymouth St., 1994.................27 12. Conte Cuttino vs. Gardner-Webb, 2008........26 Rod Williams vs. Bucknell, 2005.......................26 14. Brandon Mason vs. Gerogetown, 2007............25 Rod Williams vs. C. Conn. St., 2005.................25 Chris Delmadge vs. UMass-Lowell, 1992.........25 17. Brandon Mason vs. C. Connecticut, 2007........24 Conte Cuttino at Hofstra, 2007......................24 Ralph Menendez vs. Robert Morris, 2000........24 Ralph Menendez vs. Sacred Heart, 2000.........24 Ralph Menendez vs. St. John’s, 1998..............24 Elijah Powell vs. Wilkes U., 1994......................24 Alex Londino vs. Gettysburg, 1994...................24

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Rushing Yards-Career

72

1. Conte Cuttino, 2006-Pres..........................2,807 2. Ralph Menendez, 1997-00..........................2,623 3. Oliver Bridges, 1989-91...............................2,342 4. Bobby Kane, 1994-96................................. 2,156 5. Clinton Graham, 2000, 03-04......................2,035 6. Chris Delmadge, 1992-93............................1,716 7. Edwin Gowins, 2008-Pres.........................1,310 8. Alex Londino, 1994-97.................................1,303 9. Rod Williams, 2001-05.................................1,260 10. James Crawford, 1995-99...........................1,232

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Rushing Yards - Season

Edwin Gowins, 2008..................................1,310 Oliver Bridges, 1989....................................1,235 Conte Cuttino, 2008...................................1,195 Chris Delmadge, 1993.................................1,147 Clinton Graham, 2003..................................1,055 Oliver Bridges, 1991....................................1,047 Conte Cuttino, 2007......................................940

Stony Brook Seawolves

8. Bobby Kane, 1996..........................................908 9. Ralph Menendez, 1998...................................901 10. Ralph Menendez, 1999...................................849 11. Ralph Menendez, 2000...................................770 12. Micheal Lugo, 1988........................................740 13. Conte Cuttino, 2006......................................720 14. Bobby Kane, 1995..........................................717 15. Rod Williams, 2005.........................................688 16. Brandon Mason, 2007....................................651 17. Ralph Thomas, 1996......................................628 18. Ken Lockhart, 2001.........................................618 19. Alex Londino, 1997.........................................590 20. Chris Delmadge, 1992....................................569

Rushing Yards - Game

1. Oliver Bridges vs. Kings Point, 1989..............334 2. Chris Delmadge vs. Gettysburg, 1993............285 3. Edwin Gowins at Iona, 2008.........................278 4. Edwin Gowins vs. VMI, 2008........................250 5. Clinton Graham vs. Iona, 2003.......................240 6. Conte Cuttino vs. VMI, 2008.........................233 7. Ralph Menendez vs. Sacred Heart, 1999.......207 8. Conte Cuttino at Iona, 2008.........................205 9. Conte Cuttino at Albany, 2007.....................204 10. Clinton Graham vs. St. Francis, 2003.............198 11. Ralph Menendez vs. C. Connecticut, 1999....191 12. Edwin Gowins vs. Gardner-Webb, 2008.....185 13. Ralph Menendez vs. Sacred Heart, 2000.......183 14. Ralph Menendez vs. Assumption, 1998.........182 15. Chris Delmadge vs. W. Connecticut, 1992.....181 16. Conte Cuttino vs. Maine, 2007.....................171 17. Conte Cuttino vs. Monmouth, 2006.............170 18. Ken Lockhart vs. Robert Morris, 2001............169 19. Keith Moore vs. Pace, 1994............................164 20. Alex Londino vs. St. John’s, 1997...................157 21. Chris Delmadge vs. UMass-Lowell, 1992.......156 22. Oliver Bridges vs. Kings Point, 1998..............150 23. Clinton Graham vs. Iona, 2004.......................148 24. Edwin Gowins vs. Colgate, 2008.................147 25. Conte Cuttino vs. Gardner-Webb, 2008......145

Rushing Yards/Carry- Career

Minimum 175 Rushing Attempts 1. Clinton Graham, 2000, ‘03.............................5.93 2. Ralph Menendez, 1997-00............................5.27 3. Chris Delmadge, 1992-93..............................5.21 4. Bobby Kane, 1994-96....................................5.18 5. Oliver Bridges, 1989-91.................................5.06 6. James Crawford, 1995-99.............................4.98 7. Rod Williams, 2001-05...................................4.44 8. Ken Lockhart, 2000-03..................................4.33 9. Alex Londino, 1994-97...................................4.32 10. Brandon Mason, 2007-08..............................3.93

Rushing Yards/Carry-Season

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Minimum 75 Rushing Attempts Edwin Gowins, 2008......................................9.4 Chris Delmadge, 1992.....................................6.3 Clinton Graham, 2003......................................6.3 Conte Cuttino, 2008.......................................6.0 Ralph Thomas, 1996.......................................5.7 Nicholas Iannone, 1985...................................5.7 Oliver Bridges, 1991........................................5.6 Conte Cuttino, 2007.......................................5.4 Bobby Kane, 1996...........................................5.4 Ralph Menendez, 1998....................................5.4 Ralph Menendez, 1999....................................5.4

Rushing Yards/Carry - Game

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Minimum 10 Rushing Attempts (Since ‘99) Clinton Graham vs. St. Francis, 2003............16.5 Edwin Gowins at Iona, 2008........................14.6 Ralph Menendez vs. Sacred Heart,1999.......13.8 Edwin Gowins vs. VMI, 2008.........................12.5 Edwin Gowins vs. Gardner-Webb, 2008....12.3 Edwin Gowins vs. Colgate, 2008................12.3 Conte Cuttino at Iona, 2008........................12.1 Conte Cuttino vs. Bryant, 2007................... 11.5

9. Edwin Gowins vs. Elon, 2008..................... 11.1 10. Rod Williams vs. St. Francis, 2005..................9.9 11. Edwin Gowins vs. Charleston So., 2008......9.7 12. Clinton Graham vs. S. Connecticut, 2000........8.5 13. Conte Cuttino vs. VMI, 2008..........................8.3 14. James Crawford vs. St.John’s, 1999...............7.8 Ralph Menendez vs. C.W. Post, 1999.............7.8

Rushing Touchdowns-Career

1. Bobby Kane, 1994-96.......................................23 2. Oliver Bridges, 1989-91....................................22 3. Alex Londino, 1994-97......................................20 Ralph Menendez, 1997-00...............................20 Clinton Graham, 2000, 03-04...........................20 6. Chris Delmadge, 1992-93.................................17 7. Conte Cuttino, 2006-Pres...............................15 8. Ken Lockhart, 2000-03.....................................13 T.J. Moriarty, 2001-04.......................................13 10. Edwin Gowins, 2008-Pres.............................. 11 John Ragimierski, 1985-86............................... 11 12. James Crawford, 1995-99..................................9 Jorge Taylor, 1984-85.........................................9 Rod Williams, 2001-05........................................9 15. Brandon Mason, 2007-2008...............................8 16. Michael Lugo, 1988-90.......................................6 Jim Napoli, 1988-89............................................6 Lenny Catalano, 1991-92...................................6

Rushing Touchdowns- Season

1. Oliver Bridges, 1989.........................................14 2. Bobby Kane, 1996............................................14 3. Chris Delmadge, 1993......................................13 4. Clinton Graham, 2003.......................................12 5. Edwin Gowins, 2008....................................... 11 6. Oliver Bridges, 1991...........................................8 Ralph Menendez, 1999.......................................8 Alex Londino, 1997.............................................8 9. Conte Cuttino, 2008..........................................7 Brandon Mason, 2007........................................7 John Ragimierski, 1985......................................7 12. Bobby Kane, 1994..............................................6 Ralph Menendez, 1998.......................................6 Michael Lugo, 1988............................................6 T.J. Moriarty, 2003..............................................6

100-yd Rushing Games-Season

1. 4. 6. 7. 9.

Oliver Bridges, 1991...........................................9 Chris Delmadge, 1993........................................9 Oliver Bridges, 1989...........................................9 Conte Cuttino, 2008..........................................6 Clinton Graham, 2003 .......................................6 Edwin Gowins, 2008.........................................5 Conte Cuttino, 2007..........................................4 Ralph Menendez, 1998.......................................4 Brandon Mason, 2007........................................3 Ken Lockhart, 2001.............................................3 Ralph Menendez, 1999.......................................3 Chris Delmadge, 1992........................................3

Consecutive 100-yd Games 1. 2.

(Since 1999) Conte Cuttino, 2008..........................................5 Edwin Gowins, 2008.........................................3 Ralph Menendez, 1999.......................................3 Clinton Graham, 2003.........................................3

Passing Attempts-Season

1. Josh Dudash, 2007.........................................349 2. Timm Schroeder, 1994....................................347 3. T.J. Moriarty, 2004..........................................340 4. Timm Schroeder, 1993....................................316 5. Timm Schroeder, 1995 ..................................296 6. Josh Dudash, 2005.........................................291 7. T.J. Moriarty, 2003..........................................290 8. Josh Dudash, 2006.........................................285 9. Scott Meyer, 1998...........................................273 10. Dayne Hoffman, 2008...................................259


Individual records 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8.

Pass Completions - Career

Timm Schroeder, 1991-95..............................642 Josh Dudash, 2004-07....................................554 T.J. Moriarty, 2001-04.....................................394 Scott Bard, 2000-02........................................264 Scott Meyer, 1996-98......................................192 Dan Shabbick, 1986-88..................................173 John Ragimierski, 1984-86.............................130 Dayne Hoffman, 2008-Pres..........................125 Joe Moran, 1988-91........................................123

Passing Completions-Season

1. Josh Dudash, 2007.........................................202 2. Timm Schroeder, 1994 ..................................200 3. T.J. Moriarty, 2004..........................................195 4. Josh Dudash, 2006.........................................179 5. Timm Schroeder, 1993....................................177 6. Josh Dudash, 2005.........................................171 7. T.J. Moriarty, 2003..........................................169 8. Timm Scroeder, 1995......................................168 9. Scott Meyer, 1998...........................................142 10. Scott Bard, 2001.............................................135

Passing Yards-Career

1. Tim Schroeder, 1992-95..............................7,937 2. Josh Dudash, 2004-07.................................6,710 3. T.J. Moriarty, 2001-04..................................4,832 4. Scott Meyer, 1996-98...................................3,228 5. Scott Bard, 1999-02.....................................3,181 6. Brian Stanley, 1998-00................................2,081 7. Dan Shabbick, 1986-88...............................2,040 8. Joe Moran, 1988-1991.................................1,684 9. Dayne Hoffman, 2008-Pres.......................1,636 10. John Ragimierski, 1984-86..........................1,579

Passing Yards - Season

1. T.J. Moriarty, 2004.......................................2,495 2. Timm Schroeder, 1994.................................2,407 3. Josh Dudash, 2007......................................2,345 4. Josh Dudash, 2006......................................2,231 5. Josh Dudash, 2005...................................... 2,112 6. Timm Schroeder, 1995.................................2,029 7. Timm Schroder, 1993...................................2,021 8. T.J. Moriarty, 2003.......................................1,929 9. Scott Bard, 2001..........................................1,703 10. Dayne Hoffman, 2008................................1,636

Passing Completion Pct. - Season

1. Josh Dudash, 2006........................................62.8 2. Scott Bard, 2001............................................59.2 3. Josh Dudash, 2005........................................58.8 4. T.J. Moriarty, 2003.........................................58.3 5. Josh Dudash, 2007........................................57.9 6. Tim Schroeder, 1994......................................57.6 7. T.J. Moriarty, 2004.........................................57.4 8. Tim Schroeder, 1995......................................56.8 9. Tim Schroeder, 1993......................................56.0 10. Scott Meyer, 1996..........................................55.4

Passing Touchdowns - Career

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Receptions - Career

Glenn Saenz, 1992, 1994-96..........................188 Dwayne Eley, 2005-08....................................157 Londre Blocker, 2001-04.................................147 Lynell Suggs, 2005-08....................................143 Josh Anderson, 2002-05.................................138

Receptions - Season

1. Lynell Suggs, 2007...........................................75 2. Glenn Saenz,1995............................................69 3. Dwayne Eley, 2007...........................................59 Lucas Niskanen, 1998......................................59 5. Glenn Saenz, 1994...........................................55 6. Mike Bahr, 1994................................................53 7. Glenn Saenz, 1996...........................................52 8. Josh Anderson, 2005........................................51 9. Dwayne Eley, 2006...........................................50 Londre Blocker, 2004........................................50 11. Dwayne Eley, 2008...........................................48 12. Londre Blocker, 2003........................................48 Chris McGovern, 2001......................................48 14. Josh Anderson, 2004........................................44 15. Josh Anderson, 2003........................................43 16. Mike Bahr, 1993................................................42 17. Lucas Niskanen, 1999......................................41 18. Leroy Saunders, 1993......................................40 19. Mike Cosentino, 2006.......................................38 Lynell Suggs, 2006...........................................38 Anthony Meola, 1991........................................38

Receiving Touchdowns-Season

1. Glenn Saenz, 1995...........................................13 2. Glenn Saenz, 1994 ............................................9 3. Lynell Suggs, 2006.............................................7 Josh Anderson, 2005..........................................7 Londre Blocker, 2003..........................................7 6. Dwayne Eley, 2007.............................................6 Lynell Suggs, 2007.............................................6 Londre Blocker, 2004..........................................6 Lucas Niskanen, 1999........................................6 10. Dwayne Eley, 2008.............................................5 Lynell Suggs, 2005.............................................5 Londre Blocker, 2001..........................................5 Glenn Saenz, 1996.............................................5 Anthony Meola, 1991..........................................5 Jim Hayes, 1985.................................................5 16. Josh Anderson, 2004..........................................4 Chris McGovern, 2000........................................4 Chris McGovern, 2001........................................4 John Ragimierski, 1984......................................4 Eric Knechtel, 1984.............................................4 Mike Bahr, 1994..................................................4 Jim Heptig, 1994.................................................4

Receiving TDs - Game 1. 2. 4.

(Since 1999)

Lynell Suggs vs. Robert Morris, 2005.................4 Dwayne Eley at Coastal Carolina, 2008.............3 Londre Blocker (two times)................................ 3 Lynell Suggs at Albany, 2007..............................2 Josh Anderson (three times)...............................2 Londre Blocker (two times).................................2 Chris McGovern (two times)...............................2 J. Phillips (two times)..........................................2 Joe Tarasiewicz vs. Wagner, 2005......................2 Courtneay Mitchell vs. Monmouth, 2002............2 Lucas Niskanen vs. Sacred Heart, 1999............2

100-Yard Rushing Games

334..................Oliver Bridges (Kings Point, 10/28/89) 285................. Chris Delmadge (Gettysburg, 10/9/93) 278.............................Edwin Gowins (Iona, 11/8/08) 250............................Edwin Gowins (VMI, 11/15/08) 240............................Clinton Graham (Iona,11/15/03) 233............................ Conte Cuttino (VMI, 11/15/08) 207.......... Ralph Menendez (Sacred Heart, 10/23/99) 205............................. Conte Cuttino (Iona, 11/8/08) 204......................... Conte Cuttino (Albany, 10/6/07) 198................ Clinton Graham (St. Francis, 10/18/03) 191........Ralph Menendez (C. Connecticut, 10/30/99) 185......... Edwin Gowins (Gardner-Webb, 10/25/08) 183............ Ralph Menedez (Sacred Heart, 10/14/00) 182.............. Ralph Menendez (Assumption, 10/3/98) 181........ Chris Delmadge (W. Connecticut, 10/31/92) 171........................ Conte Cuttino (Maine, 10/20/07) 170.................. Conte Cuttino (Monmouth, 9/30/06) 169................Ken Lockhart (Robert Morris, 11/03/01) 164.................................Keith Moore (Pace, 9/10/94) 157........................Alex Londino (St. John’s, 9/27/97) 156 .......... Chris Delmadge (UMass-Lowell,11/14/92) 150 .................Oliver Bridges (Kings Point, 10/27/90) 148 ..........................Clinton Graham (Iona, 11/13/04) 147.......................Edwin Gowins (Colgate, 8/30/08) 145............ Conte Cuttino (Gardner-Webb, 11/1/08) 145 ........................... Bobby Kane (Albany, 10/19/96) 144..........Ralph Menendez (Robert Morris, 11/18/00) 144...........Ralph Menendez (American Int’l., 11/7/98) 140................... Ralph Menendez (Wagner, 10/31/98) 139..................Conte Cuttino (Gerogetwon, 9/1/07) 138..........Brandon Mason (C. Connecticut, 11/10/07) 136...... Conte Cuttino (Coastal Carolina, 10/25/08) 129............ Conte Cuttino (Sacred Heart, 10/21/06) 129.............. Clinton Graham (Sacred Heart, 11/1/03) 128..........................Rod Williams (Bucknell, 9/10/05) 128............. James Crawford (Sacred Heart, 10/4/97) 127................. Brandon Mason (Georgetown, 9/1/07) 126....................... Conte Cuttino (Bryant, 10/27/07) 126.................. Rod Williams (Robert Morris, 11/9/02) 124...................... Alex Londino (Gettysburg, 10/8/94) 122.............................. Edwin Gowins (Elon, 9/6/08) 119................... Clinton Graham (Monmouth, 9/27/03) 119.........................Ken Lockhart (St. John’s, 9/14/02) 119................. Ralph Thomas (Sacred Heart, 10/5/96) 118................ Chris Delmadge (Gettysburg, 10/10/92) 117............... Garreth Smith (UMass-Lowell, 11/11/94) 110........................... Tarrant Anderson (Iona, 11/8/08) 110...............Clinton Graham (S. Connecticut, 9/9/00) 109.............. Ken Lockhart (C. Connecticut, 11/10/01) 107......... Conte Cuttino (Charleston So., 10/18/08) 107............ Assad Haffiz (St. Francis (Pa.), 10/15/05) 107.............. Clinton Graham (Robert Morris,10/4/03) 107............ Ralph Thomas (S. Connecticut, 11/16/96) 107......................... Ralph Menendez (Pace, 9/26/98) 105................. James Crawford (Monmouth, 9/25/99) 105................. Jeff Morgan (UMass-Lowell, 11/14/92) 104....................... Conte Cuttino (Colgate, 8/30/08) 104.......................... Brandon Mason (Elon, 11/17/07) 104....... Clinton Graham (Cent. Connecticut, 11/8/03) 104.................James Crawford (St. John’s, 11/26/99) 103..............Clinton Graham (Jacksonville, 10/28/00) 103.......................... Alex Londino (Bentley, 10/11/97) 103....................Bobby Kane (Sacred Heart, 10/5/96) 102............... Ralph Menendez (C.W. Post, 10/23/99) 101.............................Ken Lockhart (Albany, 9/29/01) 101.........David Rodriguez (C. Connecticut, 11/11/00) 101.....................Lenny Catalano (Plymouth, 11/7/92) 101............... Chris Delmadge (Gettysburg, 10/10/92) 101...........................Billy Justesen (Bentley, 9/19/92)

Receiving Touchdowns - Career

1. Glenn Saenz, 1992, 1994-96............................28 2. Londre Blocker, 2001-04...................................21 3. Lynell Suggs, 2005-08......................................20 4. Dwayne Eley, 2005-08......................................15 5. Lucas Niskanen, 1998-01.................................14 6. Josh Anderson, 2002-20 . ................................12 7. Jonathan Fischer, 1992-95............................... 11 Chris McGovern, 1998, 2000-02.......................10 9. Jim Hayes, 1985-87............................................9 10. John Brady, 1994-97...........................................8

Oliver Bridges, second on the all-time rushing list, set the Stony Brook singlegame record with 334 yards against Kings Point on Oct. 28, 1989.

Stony Brook Seawolves

2009 Football

1. Timm Schroeder, 1991-95................................68 2. Josh Dudash, 2004-07......................................51 3. T.J. Moriarty, 2001-04.......................................30 4. Scott Bard, 2000-02..........................................24 5. Scott Meyer, 1996-98........................................18 6. Brian Stanley, 1998-99.....................................17 7. John Ragimierski, 1984-86...............................14 8. Dan Shabbick, 1986-88....................................13 9. Dayne Hoffman, 2008-Pres............................ 11 10. Joe Moran, 1988-91............................................9

6. Lucas Niskanen, 1998-01...............................136 7. Mike Bahr, 1991-94.........................................125 8. Jonathan Fischer, 1992-95.............................108 9. Chris McGovern, 1998, 2000-02.....................104 10. John Brady, 1994-97.......................................103

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Individual records Defensive Records 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Glenn Saenz (‘97) is Stony Brook’s alltime leader in receptions (188), receiving yards (2,404) and points scored (178).

Receiving Yards - Career

1. Glenn Saenz, 1992, 94-96...........................2,404 2. Londre Blocker, 2001-04..............................2,221 3. Dwayne Eley, 2005-08.................................2,062 4. Lynell Suggs, 2005-08.................................2,054 5. Josh Anderson, 2002-05..............................1,814 6. Mike Bahr, 1991-94......................................1,651 7. Lucas Niskanen, 1998-01............................1,646 8. Chris McGovern, 1998, 00-02......................1,490 9. Al Balkan, 1985-87, 1989............................1,220 10. Jonathan Fischer, 1992-95..........................1,154

Receiving Yards - Season

1. Lynell Suggs, 2007.........................................962 2. Glenn Saenz, 1995.........................................947 3. Londre Blocker, 2004......................................777 4. Josh Anderson, 2005......................................750 5. Chris McGovern, 2001....................................723 6. Londre Blocker, 2003......................................716 7. Mike Bahr, 1994..............................................700 8. Dwayne Eley, 2008.........................................697 9. Dwayne Eley, 2007.........................................695 10. Eric Knechtel, 1984.........................................687 11. Glenn Saenz, 1996.........................................678 12. Josh Anderson, 2004......................................675 13. Dwayne Eley, 2006.........................................670 14. Lucas Niskanen, 1998....................................661 15. Glenn Saenz, 1994.........................................638 16. Lynell Suggs, 2006.........................................594 17. Mike Bahr, 1993..............................................555 18. Mike Cosentino, 2006.....................................537 19. Lucas Niskanen, 1999....................................506 20. Anthony Meola, 1991......................................503

Receiving Yardage -Game

2009 Football

(Since 1999)

74

1. Londre Blocker vs. Wagner, 2001...................216 2. Lynell Suggs at Robert Morris, 2005...............210 3. Lynell Suggs at Albany, 2007..........................200 4. Josh Anderson at Sacred Heart, 2005............185 5. Londre Blocker vs. Cent. Connecticut, 2003..183 6. Londre Blocker vs. Albany, 2004....................173 7. Chris McGovern vs. St. Francis, 2001............137 8. Londre Blocker vs. Sacred Heart, 2002..........133 Londre Blocker vs. St. John’s, 2001...............133 10. Lynell Suggs at Hofstra, 2007.........................132 Chris McGovern vs. Albany, 2002...................132 Courtney Mitchell vs. Wagner, 2002...............132

100-yd Receiving Games - Season 1. 5.

(Since 1999) Dwayne Eley, 2008.............................................3 Lynell Suggs, 2007.............................................3 Dwayne Eley, 2006.............................................3 Josh Anderson, 2005..........................................3 Londre Blocker, 2004..........................................3 Londre Blocker, 2003..........................................3 Dwayne Eley, 2007.............................................2 Lynell Suggs, 2006.............................................2 Josh Anderson, 2004..........................................2 Chris McGovern, 2001........................................2 Londre Blocker, 2001..........................................2

Stony Brook Seawolves

Most Tackles - Career

Aden Smith, 1999-02......................................323 James Leach, 1993-95...................................299 Dan Bertzos, 1998-99, 01-02..........................296 Paul Klyap, 1985-88.......................................277 John Harris, 1994-97......................................247 Juan Zapata, 1984-86.....................................241 Chuck Downey, 1984-87.................................239

Most Tackles - Season

1. Aden Smith, 2002...........................................140 2. Aden Smith, 2001........................................... 112 3. John Harris, 1997...........................................109 4. James Leach, 1995........................................106 5. Eddie Cobbinah, 2003....................................100 6. John Ragimierski, 1984....................................99 7. James Leach, 1993..........................................98 Bob Burden, 1989.............................................98 9. Ed Plitt, 1984....................................................97 Juan Zapata, 1984............................................97 11. Dan Michitsch, 2005.........................................95 James Leach, 1994..........................................95 13. Bob Mazaroski, 1998........................................92 14. Al Bello, 1987....................................................87 15. Paul Klyap, 1987...............................................86 16. Dan Bertzos, 2001............................................81 King Wilson, 1992.............................................81

Most Unassisted Tackles - Career

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

Aden Smith, 1999-02......................................145 Dan Bertzos, 1998-99, 01-02..........................135 John Harris, 1994-97......................................128 Paul Klyap,1985-88........................................121 James Leach, 1993-95................................... 119 Eddie Cobbinah, 2000, 02-04......................... 117 Sean Van Slyck, 1991-94............................... 112 Jesus Marcano, 1996-99................................109 Chuck Downey, 1984-87...................................92

Most Unassisted Tackles - Season

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

14. Chuck Downey, 1987........................................52 Juan Zapata, 1985............................................52

John Harris, 1997.............................................64 Aden Smith, 2002.............................................57 Eddie Cobbinah, 2003......................................52 Aden Smith, 2001.............................................51 Bob Mazaroski, 1998........................................51 John Ragimierski, 1984....................................50 Ed Plitt, 1984....................................................47 James Leach, 1995..........................................45 Tyler Santucci, 2008.......................................44 Eddie Cobbinah, 2004......................................44

Most Assisted Tackles - Career

James Leach, 1993-95...................................180 Aden Smith, 1999-02......................................178 Juan Zapata, 1984-86.....................................169 Dan Bertzos, 1998-99, 01-02..........................161 Paul Klyap, 1985-88.......................................156 Al Bello, 1985-88............................................156 Chuck Downey, 1984-87.................................147

Most Assisted Tackles - Season

1. Aden Smith, 2002.............................................83 2. Al Bello, 1987....................................................65 3. James Leach, 1994..........................................64 4. Juan Zapata, 1986............................................62 5. Aden Smith, 2001.............................................61 James Leach, 1995..........................................61 7. Ed Plitt, 1985....................................................57 8. Bob Burden, 1989.............................................56 Paul Klyap, 1987...............................................56 10. Rich Russo, 1994.............................................55 James Leach, 1993..........................................55 Juan Zapata, 1984............................................55 13. Dan Michitsch, 2005.........................................53

Tackles for Losses - Career

1. David Bamiro, 2001-04..................................45.5 2. John Kostkowicz, 1995-99.............................44.0 3. Keith McInnes, 1993-95, 97...........................37.0 4. Bryan Karp, 2001-04......................................36.0 5. George Karafantis, 1995-99..........................32.0 John Harris, 1994-97.....................................32.0 7. Chimezie Okobi, 2001-04..............................31.5 8. Mitch Ramson, 1997-98.................................30.0 9. Joe Lawrence, 1993-94.................................27.0 10. Jon Sorbera, 1994-97....................................26.0

Interceptions - Career

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Paul Klyap, 1985-88.........................................22 Chad King, 2000-02, 04....................................15 Scott Schuster, 1990-92...................................13 Chuck Downey, 1984-87...................................13 Paul Emmanuel, 1984-85.................................12 Sean Van Slyck, 1991-94.................................10 Ernie Williams, 2001-04....................................10 Patrick Shelley, 1995-99.....................................9

1. 2. 5. 6.

Paul Emmanuel, 1984........................................8 Chad King, 2002.................................................7 Chuck Downey, 1986..........................................7 Paul Klyap, 1986.................................................7 Pat Shelley, 1999................................................6 Ernie Williams, 2003...........................................5 Luke Posniewski, 1995.......................................5 Scott Schuster, 1991...........................................5 Scott Schuster, 1990...........................................5 Paul Klyap, 1988.................................................5 Paul Klyap, 1987.................................................5

Interceptions - Season

Interception Return Yards - Career

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Paul Klyap, 1985-88.......................................337 Scott Schuster, 1990-92.................................230 Bob Burden, 1986-89......................................227 Ernie Williams, 2001-04..................................197 Bill Zagger, 1988-91........................................191 Chuck Downey, 1984-87.................................182 Chad King, 2000-02, 04..................................178

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

Paul Klyap, 1985-88.........................................33 Chuck Downey, 1984-87...................................31 Chris Cassidy, 1985-88.....................................27 Gabe Rodriguez, 1995-96................................25 Sean Van Slyck, 1991-94.................................19 Ernie Williams, 2001-04....................................16 Dan Bertzos, 1998-99, 01-02............................12 Adam Cooper, 2006-07..................................... 11 Cory Giddings, 2006-Pres..............................10

1. 2. 3. 5. 7.

John Kostkowicz, 1995-99................................10 Chuck Downey, 1984-87.....................................8 Bryan Karp, 2001-04...........................................7 James Leach, 1993-95.......................................7 Al Bello, 1985-88................................................6 John Pisano, 1985..............................................6 Cory Giddings, 2006-Pres................................5

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

David Bamiro, 2001-04..................................29.0 Keith McInnes, 1993-95, 1997.......................20.0 John Kostkowicz, 1995-99.............................17.5 Paul Scott, 1985-86.......................................17.0 Bruce Muro, 1990-92.....................................16.0 Chimezie Okobi, 2001-04..............................15.5 Joe Lawrence, 1993-94.................................14.0

Pass Breakups - Career

Fumble Recoveries - Career

Quarterback Sacks - Career


Individual records Special teams Records 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7.

1. 2. 4. 6. 7.

Field Goals Made - Career

Bob Burden,1986-89.........................................28 Luke Gaddis, 2005-08......................................23 Mike Soto, 2000-03...........................................21 Jason Harris, 1995-98......................................12 Brian Hughes, 1993.......................................... 11 Richard Black, 1989-92.................................... 11 Neil Monte, 1994-96...........................................8

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Career Scoring

Most Extra Points Made - Career

Mike Soto, 2000-03...........................................93 Luke Gaddis, 2005-08......................................65 Bob Burden, 1986-89........................................65 Matt Weeks, 2005-06........................................43 Neil Monte, 1994-96.........................................43 Brian Hughes, 1993..........................................36 Jason Harris, 1995-98......................................27 Richard Black, 1989-92....................................27

Points Scored Kicking - Career

Mike Soto, 2000-03.........................................156 Bob Burden, 1986-89......................................149 Luke Gaddis, 2005-08....................................134 Neil Monte, 1994-96.........................................68 Brian Hughes, 1993..........................................65 Jason Harris, 1995-98......................................63 Richard Black, 1989-92....................................60

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Chuck Downey, 1984-87...................................61 Bill Zagger, 1988-91..........................................54 Josh Anderson, 2002-05...................................48 Chad King, 2000-02, 04....................................48 Chris Herb, 1993-96.........................................44 Paul Klyap, 1985-88.........................................43 Dwayne Eley, 2005-08......................................37 Gabe Rodriguez, 1995-96................................36

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6.

Chuck Downey, 1984-87..............................1,203 Chad King, 200-02, 04....................................541 Bill Zagger, 1988-91........................................431 Gabe Rodriguez, 1995-96..............................337 Paul Klyap, 1985-88.......................................306 Dwayne Eley, 2005-08....................................269 Chris Herb, 1993-96.......................................258

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Sean McGinty, 2003-2006..............................237 A.J. Schaeffer, 1995-97..................................187 Bill Zagger, 1988-91........................................136 Jeff Heck, 1992-93, 96....................................132 David Lewis, 1987-88..................................... 117

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

David Lewis, 1987-88....................................40.4 Lee Mambucca, 1985-87...............................36.2 Ray McKenna, 1984......................................34.4 Sean McGinty, 2003-06.................................33.6 Mike Bahr, 1991-94........................................33.3 A.J. Schaeffer, 1995-97.................................33.0

1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 5. 6. 8.

Bill Zagger, 1988-91..........................................57 Chuck Downey, 1984-87...................................47 Chad King, 2000-02, 04....................................42 Donald Porter, 2007-Pres...............................40 Chris Herb, 1993-96.........................................39 Dwayne Eley, 2005-08......................................34 Conte Cuttino, 2006-Pres...............................33 Gabe Rodriguez, 1995, 96................................33 Paul Klyap, 1985-88.........................................30

Punt Returns - Career

Total Points Scored - Career

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

(Non-Kickers) Glenn Saenz, 1992, 94-96..............................178 Bob Burden, 1986-89......................................149 Clinton Graham, 2000, 03-04.........................146 Bobby Kane, 1994-96.....................................144 Londre Blocker, 2001-04.................................140 Ralph Menendez, 1996-99.............................132 Oliver Bridges, 1989-91..................................132 Lynell Suggs, 2005-08....................................122 Alex Londino, 1994-95, 97..............................120

Touchdowns Scored - Career

1. Glenn Saenz, 1992, 94-96................................29 2. Bobby Kane, 1994-96.......................................24 3. Clinton Graham, 2000, 03-04...........................23 4. Londre Blocker, 2001-04...................................22 Ralph Menendez, 1996-99...............................22 Oliver Bridges, 1989-91....................................22 7. Lynell Suggs, 2005-08......................................20 Alex Londino, 1994-95, 97................................20 9. Dwayne Eley, 2006-09......................................17 Chris Delmadge, 1992-93.................................17 11. Conte Cuttino, 2006-Pres...............................16

Punt Return Yards - Career

Total Punts - Career

Punting Average - Career

Kick Returns - Career

Stony Brook’s all-time leader in kick return attempts (57), Bill Zagger (‘91) is also second all-time with 1,238 total return yards on kickoffs and punts combined.

Year 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Annual Leaders - Rushing Player Carries-Yards Ray McKenna...................................... 125-471 Nicholas Iannone.................................. 76-430 John Ragimierski................................. 139-464 Michael Licata....................................... 51-294 Michael Lugo....................................... 173-770 Oliver Bridges................................... 241-1,235 Steve Kornegay..................................... 56-286 Oliver Bridges................................... 186-1,047 Chris Delmadge.................................... 91-569 Chris Delmadge............................... 238-1,147 Bobby Kane......................................... 114-531 Bobby Kane......................................... 135-717 Bobby Kane......................................... 167-908 Alex Londino....................................... 129-590 Ralph Menendez................................. 167-901 Ralph Menendez................................. 156-849 Ralph Menendez................................. 158-770 Ken Lockhart....................................... 124-618 Rod Williams/Ken Lockhart..... 87-428/106-428 Clinton Graham................................ 167-1,055 Clinton Graham................................... 102-566 Rod Williams....................................... 168-688 Conte Cuttino.................................... 140-720 Conte Cuttino.................................... 174-940 Edwin Gowins................................. 140-1,310

Year 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Annual Leaders - Receiving Player Catches-Yards Eric Knechtel......................................... 28-687 Jim Hayes............................................. 25-269 Jim Hayes............................................. 28-300 Alan Balkan........................................... 25-390 Chris Thomas........................................ 17-225 Alan Balkan........................................... 32-404 Joe Cappellino...................................... 34-455 Anthony Meola...................................... 38-503 Orazio Bucolo........................................ 37-434 Mike Bahr.............................................. 42-555 Matt Bahr............................................... 53-700 Glenn Saenz......................................... 69-947 Glenn Saenz......................................... 52-678 Rob Horst.............................................. 35-282 Lucas Niskanen..................................... 59-661 Lucas Niskanen..................................... 41-506 Chris McGovern.................................... 22-283 Chris McGovern.................................... 48-723 Chris McGovern.................................... 34-484 Londre Blocker...................................... 48-716 Londre Blocker...................................... 50-777 Josh Anderson...................................... 51-750 Dwayne Eley......................................... 50-670 Lynell Suggs.......................................... 75-962 Dwayne Eley......................................... 48-697

Year 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Annual Leaders - Passing Player Completions-Yards Ray McKenna..................................... 62-1,085 John Ragimierski................................... 36-589 John Ragimierski................................... 91-990 Dan Shabbick................................... 107-1,285 Dan Shabbick........................................ 61-697 Joe Moran............................................. 64-864 Joe Moran............................................. 48-671 Joe McVeigh.......................................... 48-687 Timm Schroeder............................... 114-1,444 Timm Schroeder............................... 177-2,021 Timm Schroeder............................... 200-2,407 Timm Schroeder............................... 168-2,029 Anthony Gazzillo................................... 62-706 Scott Meyer........................................ 99-1,181 Scott Meyer...................................... 273-1,508 Brian Stanley......................................... 72-879 Brian Stanley.................................... 107-1,141 Scott Bard........................................ 135-1,703 Scott Bard........................................ 129-1,478 T.J. Moriarty...................................... 169-1,929 T.J. Moriarty...................................... 195-2,495 Josh Dudash.................................... 171-2,112 Josh Dudash.................................... 179-2,231 Josh Dudash.................................... 202-2,345 Dayne Hoffman............................... 125-1,636

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Kick Return Yards - Career

Chuck Downey, 1984-87..............................1,287 Bill Zagger, 1988-91.....................................1,238 Chad King, 2000-02, 04..................................914 Donald Porter, 2007-Pres.............................838 John Ragimierski, 1984-86.............................784 Conte Cuttino, 2006-Pres.............................648 Gabe Rodriguez, 1995-96..............................632 Chris Herb, 1993-96.......................................622

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Individual records Total Offense - Individual

Most Plays

Game: 69............. T.J. Moriarty at Lehigh, 9/4/04 (54 pass, 15 rush) 54........T.J. Moriarty vs. Albany, 10/23/04 (42 pass, 12 rush) 54.. T.J. Moriarty vs. C. Conn. St., 11/8/03 (39 pass, 15 rush) 54...... Scott Meyer at S. Conn., 11/16/96 (41 pass, 13 rush) 53.............Josh Duash at Hofstra, 9/29/07 (48 pass, 5 rush) 53.........................Timm Schroeder at Kings Point, 10/23/93 51..... Timm Schroeder vs. Wilkes (ECAC Champ), 11/19/94 51............................ John Ragimierski at St. John’s, 11/1/86 Season: 456..................................... T.J. Moriarty (116 rush, 340 pass) 410.....................................T.J. Moriarty (120 rush, 290 pass) 405...................... Timm Schroeder, 1994 (58 rush, 347 pass) 402..........................Josh Dudash, 2005 (111 rush, 291 pass) 388........................... Josh Dudash, 2007 (39 rush, 349 pass) Career: 1432............. Timm Schroeder, 1991-95 (237 rush, 1195 pass) 983......................T.J. Moriarty, 2001-04 (279 rush, 704 pass)

Most Yards Gained

Game: 502.........Scott Bard vs. Wagner, 10/6/01 (474 pass, 28 rush) 423.. Timm Schroeder at Gettysburg 10/8/94(424 pass, -1 rush) 398......... Josh Dudash at Wagner 11/4/06 (393 pass, 5 rush) 383.............. T.J. Moriarty vs. C. Conn. St. 11/15/03 (329 pass, 54 rush) 368... Josh Dudash at C. Conn. St. 11/11/06 (369 pass, -1 rush) Season: 2634......................... T.J. Moriarty, 2004 (2495 pass, 139 rush) 2502.....................Timm Schroeder, 1994 (2407 pass, -5 rush) 2276......................... Josh Dudash, 2006 (2231 pass, 45 rush) 2268........................ Josh Dudash, 2007 (2345 pass, -77 rush) 2241.................. Timm Schroeder, 1995 (2029 pass, 212 rush) Career: 7979...............Timm Schroeder, 1991-95 (7937 pass, 42 rush)

Most Rushes Game: Season: Career:

Rushing

37................................. Steve Gabriel vs. Norwich, 10/15/94 35..................Brandon Mason at Elon, 11/17/07 (104 yards) 241.....................................Oliver Bridges, 1989 (1235 yards) 238..................................Chris Delmadge, 1993 (1147 yards) 199..................................... Conte Cuttino, 2008 (1195 yards) 513.........................Conte Cuttino, 2006-Pres. (2807 yards) 497...........................Ralph Menendez, 1997-00 (2623 yards) 462............................... Oliver Bridges, 1989-91 (2342 yards) 416.................................. Bobby Kane, 1994-96 (2156 yards)

Most Yards

Game: 334....................Oliver Bridges at Pace, 11/16/91 (31 carries) 285............................ Chris Delmadge vs Gettysburg 10/9/93 Season: 1310..................................Edwin Gowins, 2008 (140 carries) 1235.....................................Oliver Bridges, 1989 (241 carries) 1195.................................. Conte Cuttino, 2008 (199 carries) 1147................................. Chris Delmadge, 1993 (238 carries) 1055.................................. Clinton Graham, 2003 (167 carries) Career: 2807........................ Conte Cuttino, 2006-Pres. (513 carries) 2623.......................Ralph Menendez, 1997-2000 (497 carries)

2009 Football

Most Rushing TDs

76

Game: Season: Career:

4................................ Oliver Bridges vs St. John’s, 9/28/91 4................................. Oliver Bridges vs. Bentley, 10/13/89 14..........................................................Oliver Bridges, 1989 14.............................................................Bobby Kane, 1996 13.......................................................Chris Delmadge, 1993 12....................................................... Clinton Graham, 2003 23........................................................Bobby Kane, 1994-96

Longest Rush

95 yards.......................................Oliver Bridges at Pace, 11/16/91

Passing Highest Passing Efficiency

Season: 147.8................................................................Scott Bard, 2002 143.1........................................................... Josh Dudash, 2006 137.1...................................................... Timm Schroeder, 1994 132.8...................................................... Timm Schroeder, 1995 127.9............................................................. T.J. Moriarty, 2004

Stony Brook Seawolves

Career: 132.8...................................................... Josh Dudash, 2004-07 119.5.................................................Timm Schroeder, 1991-95

Most Attempts

Game: 54.........................T.J. Moriarty at Lehigh, 9/4/04 (30 comp.) 48.............. Josh Dudash at Richmond, 10/13/07 (26 comp.) 48.....................Josh Dudash at Hofstra, 9/29/07 (22 comp.) Season: 349....................................... Josh Dudash, 2007 (202 comp.) 347..................................Timm Schroeder, 1994 (200 comp.) 340.........................................T.J. Moriarty, 2004 (195 comp.) 316..................................Timm Schroeder, 1993 (177 comp.) Career: 1195.............................Timm Schroeder, 1991-95 (662 comp.) 932.................................. Josh Dudash, 2004-07 (554 comp.) 704....................................T.J. Moriarty, 2001-04 (394 comp.) 570........................................ Scott Meyer, 96-98 (292 comp.)

Most Completions Game: Season: Career:

30..................T.J. Moriarty, vs. C. Conn. St. 11/8/03 (39 att.) 30...............Timm Schroeder at Gettysburg 10/8/94 (40 att.) 30.......... Timm Schroeder at Kings Point, 10/23/93 (47 att.) 27..................Scott Meyer at S. Conn. St., 11/16/96 (41 att.) 27......................... Josh Dudash at Wagner, 11/4/06 (34 att.) 202............................................ Josh Dudash, 2007 (349 att.) 200.......................................Timm Schroeder, 1994 (347 att.) 195..............................................T.J. Moriarty, 2004 (340 att.) 179............................................ Josh Dudash, 2006 (284 att.) 642................................Timm Schroeder, 1991-95 (1195 att.)

Longest Pass Play

91 yds.......Josh Dudash to Lynell Suggs vs. R. Morris, 10/29/05 85 yds.... R. McKenna to E. Knechtel vs. Fitchburg St., 11/10/84 82 yds....... T.J. Moriarty to L. Blocker vs. Robert Morris, 10/2/04 80 yds........... Timm Schroeder to Mike Bahr vs Bentley, 9/19/92

Most Yards

Game: 474.........................................Scott Bard vs. Wagner, 10/6/01 424........................... Timm Schroeder at Gettysburg, 10/8/94 411...........................Josh Dudash at Robert Morris, 10/29/05 393...................................... Josh Dudash at Wagner, 11/4/06 Season: 2407...................................................... Timm Schroeder, 1994 2345........................................................... Josh Dudash, 2007 2231........................................................... Josh Dudash, 2006 Career: 7937.................................................Timm Schroeder, 1991-95

Most Interceptions Thrown Game: Season: Career:

5........................................... T.J. Moriarty at Lehigh, 9/4/04 4....................................................................... seven times 18...................................................... Timm Schroeder, 1992 17...................................................... Timm Schroeder, 1994 14............................................ Timm Schroeder, 1995, 1993 63.................................................Timm Schroeder, 1991-95 25........................................................T.J. Moriarty, 2001-04 24...................................................... Josh Dudash, 2004-07 23............................................................ Scott Meyer, 96-98

Most TD Passes Game: Season: Career:

5............................... Josh Dudash at C. Conn. St., 11/4/06 5......................... Josh Dudash vs. Robert Morris, 10/29/05 5......................................... T.J. Moriarty vs. Iona, 11/13/04 5.........................................Scott Bard vs. Wagner, 10/6/01 5.................................Timm Schroeder at Albany, 11/18/95 4................................. Dan Shabbick at Brooklyn, 10/14/88 25...................................................... Timm Schroeder, 1995 22...................................................... Timm Schroeder, 1994 18........................................................... Josh Dudash, 2007 18........................................................... Josh Dudash, 2005 68.................................................Timm Schoreder, 1991-95

Game:

15.........................................Scott Bard vs. Wagner, 10/6/01 12.....................Timm Schroeder at UMass-Lowell, 11/11/95 11................................. Scott Meyer at Merrimack, 10/24/98 11........................... Timm Schroeder at Jersey City, 9/18/93

Consecutive Completions


Individual records Receiving

Most Passes Caught

Game: 13........................................ Lynell Suggs at Albany, 10/6/07 12............................. Glenn Saenz at Sacred Heart, 9/30/95 11..........................Leroy Saunders at Kings Point, 10/23/93 11.................................... Lucas Niskanen vs. Pace, 9/26/98 Season: 75............................................................Lynell Suggs, 2007 69............................................................Glenn Saenz, 1995 59.......................................................Lucas Niskanen, 1998 55............................................................Glenn Saenz, 1994 Career: 188................................................ Glenn Saenz, 1992, 94-96

Most Yards

Game: 216................................. Londre Blocker vs. Wagner, 10/6/01 210.......................... Lynell Suggs at Robert Morris, 10/29/05 200........................................ Lynell Suggs at Albany, 10/6/07 Season: 962............................................................Lynell Suggs, 2007 947............................................................Glenn Saenz, 1995 777........................................................ Londre Blocker, 2004 716........................................................ Londre Blocker, 2003 700................................................................ Mike Bahr, 1994 Career: 2404................................................ Glenn Saenz, 1992, 94-96

Most TD Passes Caught Game: Season: Career:

4......................... Lynell Suggs vs. Robert Morris, 10/29/05 3......................Dwayne Eley at Coastal Carolina, 10/25/08 3.......................... Londre Blocker vs. C. Conn. St., 11/8/03 3................................. Londre Blocker vs. Wagner, 10/6/01 3............................Glenn Saenz, vs Sacred Heart, 9/30/95 3.........................................Glenn Saenz vs. Pace, 9/10/94 13............................................................Glenn Saenz, 1995 9............................................................Glenn Saenz, 1994 7............................................................Lynell Suggs, 2006 7........................................................ Londre Blocker, 2003 28................................................ Glenn Saenz, 1992, 94-96

Punting

Most Punts

Game: 12......................... David Lewis vs Iona, 10/1/88 (524 yards) Season: 76............................................. Bill Zagger, 1990 (32.7 avg.) 66...........................................David Lewis, 1988 (42.6 avg.) 64........................................A.J. Schaeffer, 1997 (31.5 avg.) Career: 187.......................................A.J. Schaeffer, 95-98 (33.0 avg.)

Longest Interception Return

100 yards....................................... Scott Schuster vs Pace, 9/12/92 100 yards................................ Bill Zagger vs. Kings Point, 10/27/90 99 yards................... Ernie Williams vs. St. Francis (Pa.), 11/17/01

Punt Returns

Most Returns Game: Season: Career:

8......................................Bill Zagger vs St. John’s, 9/21/90 35............................................................... Paul Klyap, 1988 32................................................................Chad King, 2002 28.........................................................Josh Anderson, 2003 61................................................... Chuck Downey, 1984-87

Most Return Yards

Game: 130...................................... Chuck Downey vs Pace, 9/27/86 Season: 530.....................................Chuck Downey, 1986 (17 returns) 317............................................ Chad King, 2002 (32 returns) 251.....................................Chuck Downey, 1987 (18 returns) 244............................................Bill Zagger, 1991 (24 returns) 244.....................................Chuck Downey, 1985 (16 returns) Career: 1203................................Chuck Downey, 1984-87 (60 returns)

Yards Per Return

Season: 31.1*.................. Chuck Downey, 1986 (530 yds on 17 returns) Career: 19.7*........... Chuck Downey, 1984-87 (1203 yds on 61 returns)

Most TDs On Punt Returns Season: Career:

4#........................................................ Chuck Downey, 1986 7................................................... Chuck Downey, 1984-87

Longest Punt Return

88 yds...................................... Chuck Downey vs Pace, 9/27/86 87 yds..........................................Bill Zagger vs Bentley, 9/21/91

Most Returns Game: Season: Career:

Kickoff Returns

7..........................Chuck Downey at Trenton State, 10/5/84 32............................................................... Bill Zagger, 1990 22............................................................... Bill Zagger, 1991 21.........................................................Donald Porter, 2007 57...................................................... Bill Zagger, 1989-1991

Most Return Yards

Longest Punt

Game: 279*..........................Chuck Downey at Trenton State, 10/5/84 Season: 690............................................Bill Zagger, 1990 (32 returns) 518............................................Bill Zagger, 1991 (22 returns) 493............................................Paul Klyap, 1988 (20 returns) 463.................................... Donald Porter, 2007 (21 returns) Career: 1287................................Chuck Downey, 1984-87 (47 returns) Yards Per Return (Min 1.2 per game) Season: 31.0.................. Chuck Downey, 1985 (372 yds on 12 returns) Career: 27.4........... Chuck Downey, 1984-87 (1287 yds on 47 returns)

Most Interceptions

Game: Season: Career:

Highest Punting Average Season: Career:

42.6...................... David Lewis, 1988 (2809 yds. on 66 punts) 39.4..................Andrew Powell, 2007 (2129 yds. on 54 punts) 37.6...................... David Lewis, 1987 (1917 yds. on 51 punts) 40.4............... David Lewis, 1987-88 (4726 yds. on 117 punts)

69 yards.................................... David Lewis at St. John’s, 9/24/88 69 yards........................................ David Lewis at Hofstra, 9/18/87

Interceptions

3................................Scott Schuster vs St. John’s, 9/28/91 3................................Scott Schuster vs Stonehill, 10/20/90 3.......................Chuck Downey vs. Cortland State, 10/4/86 8....................................................... Paul Emmanuel, 1984 7................................................................Chad King, 2002 7........................................................ Chuck Downey, 1986 7............................................................... Paul Klyap, 1986 22.......................................................... Paul Klyap, 1985-88

Game: Season: Career:

100....................................... Scott Schuster vs Pace, 9/12/92 100................................. Bill Zagger vs Kings Point, 10/27/90 137...................................Bob Burden, 1989 (4 interceptions) 128.................................... Paul Klyap, 1986 (7 interceptions) 126..............................Chuck Downey, 1986 (7 interceptions) 337............................. Paul Klyap, 1985-88 (22 interceptions)

Most Yards - Interception Returns

2..........................Chuck Downey at Trenton State, 10/5/84 2................................................................Chad King, 2002 2........................................................ Chuck Downey, 1984 3................................................... Chuck Downey, 1984-87

Longest Return

98 yds..........................Chuck Downey at Trenton State, 10/5/84

Londre Blocker (‘04) is one of two players to reach 200 receiving yards in a game, setting the Stony Brook record with 216 yards vs. Wagner on Oct. 6, 2001.

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Game: Season: Career:

Most TDs On Kickoff Returns

77


Individual records Total Kick Returns (Punt & Kickoff Combined)

Most Yardage

Game: 354*...... Chuck Downey at Trenton St., 10/5/84 (75 p, 279 ko) Season: 851...................................... Bill Zagger, 1990 (690 ko, 161 p) 792....................................................... Chuck Downey, 1986 Career: 2,478...................... Chuck Downey, 1984-87 (1198 p, 1280 ko)

Most TDs On Kick Returns Game: Season: Career:

3............ Chuck Downey at Trenton St., 10/5/84 (1 p, 2 ko) 5*............................Chuck Downey, 1986 (4 punt, 1 kickoff) 10.......................Chuck Downey, 1984-87 (7 punt, 3 kickoff)

Total Returns (Punt, Kickoff and interception)

Most Total Return Yardage

Game: 354*... Chuck Downey at Trenton St. 10/5/84 (75 p, 279 ko, 0 int) Season: 961..........................Bill Zagger, 1990 (690 ko, 161 p, 110 int) 918........................................................ Chuck Downey, 1986 Career: 1673......... Chuck Downey, 1984-87 (1203 p, 1287 ko, 183 int)

Career:

31...............................................Luke Gaddis, 2008 (37 att.) 30................................................... Mike Soto, 2003 (34 att.) 93............................................Mike Soto, 2000-03 (107 att.) 65..........................................Luke Gaddis, 2005-08 (76 att.) 65...........................................Bob Burden, 1986-89 (75 att.)

Most Consecutive PATs By Kicking Season:

18............................................................ Luke Gaddis, 2007 14............................................................... Neil Monte, 1994 13.......................................................... John Buonora, 1985

Most Points Scored By Kicking

Game: 14....................Bob Burden at Kean, 10/11/86 (5 PAT, 3 FG) Season: 62..................................Luke Gaddis, 2007 (32 PAT, 10 FG) 55................................... Bob Burden, 1986 (22 PAT, 11 FG) 52....................................Luke Gaddis, 2008 (31 PAT, 7 FG) 51........................................Mike Soto, 2003 (30 PAT, 7 FG) Career: 156.................................Mike Soto, 2000-03 (93 PAT, 21 FG) 149..............................Bob Burden, 1986-89 (65 PAT, 28 FG)

Defense

Most TDs On Total Returns Game: Season: Career:

3....Chuck Downey at Trenton St., 10/5/84 (1 p, 2 ko, 0 int) 6*.............................. Chuck Downey, 1986 (4 p, 1 ko, 1 int) 11......................... Chuck Downey, 1984-86 (7 p, 3 ko, 1 int)

Most Points Scored

Scoring

Half: 24.................Chuck Downey vs Brooklyn (1st half) 10/17/87 Game: 24........................... Lynell Suggs at Robert Morris, 10/29/05 24................................ Oliver Bridges vs St. John’s, 9/28/91 24.................................. Oliver Bridges vs Bentley, 10/13/89 24...............................Chuck Downey vs Brooklyn, 10/17/87 Season: 92...............................Clinton Graham 2003 (15 TD, 1-2 pt.) 84.............................................Oliver Bridges, 1989 (14 TD) 84................................................Bobby Kane, 1996 (14 TD) 80.............................. Chris Delmadge, 1993 (13 TD, 1 2-pt) 80................................... Glenn Saenz, 1995 (13 TD, 1 2-pt) Career: 178........................ Glenn Saenz, 1992, 94-96 (29 TD, 2 2-pt)

Most TDs Scored Half: Game: Season: Career:

4................Chuck Downey vs Brooklyn (1st half), 10/17/87 4........................... Lynell Suggs at Robert Morris, 10/29/05 4................................ Oliver Bridges vs St. John’s, 9/28/91 4.................................. Oliver Bridges vs Bentley, 10/13/89 4...............................Chuck Downey vs Brooklyn, 10/17/87 15........................... Clinton Graham, 2003 (12 rush, 3 pass) 14..........................................................Oliver Bridges, 1989 14.............................................................Bobby Kane, 1996 13.......................................................Chris Delmadge, 1993 13............................................................Glenn Saenz, 1995 29................................................ Glenn Saenz, 1992, 94-96

Game: Season: Career:

3......................................Luke Gaddis vs. Maine, 10/20/07 3.......................................... Bob Burden at Kean, 10/11/86 11................................................ Bob Burden, 1986 (16 att.) 10...............................................Luke Gaddis, 2007 (12 att.) 9............................................. Brian Hughes, 1993 (13 att.) 28...........................................Bob Burden, 1986-89 (48 att.)

Most Field Goals Made

2009 Football

Longest Field Goal Made

78

47 yds.......................... Luke Gaddis at Youngstown St., 9/15/07 47 yds................................ Luke Gaddis at St. Francis, 10/15/06 47 yds.....................................Bob Burden at St. John’s, 9/24/88

Most PATs Made By Kicking Game: Season:

8............................................ Luke Gaddis at Iona, 11/8/08 6........................................Luke Gaddis at Bucknell, 9/8/07 6....................... Michael Soto vs. St. Francis (Pa.), 9/23/00 6.................................Neil Monte at C. Conn. St., 10/12/96 6............................. Neil Monte vs UMass-Lowell, 11/12/94 6................................... Bob Burden vs St. Peter’s, 11/8/86 6....................................Bob Burden vs Brooklyn, 10/17/87 6.................................John Buonora at St. Peter’s ,11/8/85 32...............................................Luke Gaddis, 2007 (34 att.)

Stony Brook Seawolves

Most Unassisted Tackles

Game: 14..................................Aden Smith at Monmouth, 10/12/02 11......................................Paul Klyap at Fordham, 10/24/87 11.................................Tim Croke at FDU/Madison, 9/21/84 11............................Jesus Marcano vs. C.W. Post, 11/14/98 Season: 64.............................................................. John Harris, 1997 57..............................................................Aden Smith, 2002 52.......................................................Eddie Cobbinah, 2003 51.........................................................Bob Mazaroski, 1998 50.....................................................John Ragimierski, 1984 Career: 145.........................................................Aden Smith, 1999-02

Most Assisted Tackles

Game: 16......................................Paul Klyap at Fordham, 10/24/87 Season: 83..............................................................Aden Smith, 2002 65.................................................................... Al Bello, 1987 64........................................................... James Leach, 1994 62............................................................ Juan Zapata, 1986 Career: 180......................................................James Leach, 1993-95 178.........................................................Aden Smith, 1999-02

Most Total Tackles Game: Season: Career:

27......................................Paul Klyap at Fordham, 10/24/87 140..............................................................Aden Smith, 2002 112..............................................................Aden Smith, 2001 109.............................................................. John Harris, 1997 106........................................................... James Leach, 1995 100.......................................................Eddie Cobbinah, 2003 98........................................................... James Leach, 1993 323.........................................................Aden Smith, 1999-02 299......................................................James Leach, 1993-95

Most Sacks Season: Career:

11.......................................................... Joe Lawrence, 1994 10.5...........................................................David Bamiro, 2004 9.5......................................................... Mitch Ramson, 1998 9.0...........................................................David Bamiro, 2003 9................................................................ Paul Scott, 1985 29......................................................David Bamiro, 2001-04 20.............................................. Keith McInnes, 1993-95, 97 20..................................................Chimezie Okobi, 2001-04 17.5................................................ John Kostkowicz, 1995-99 17...........................................................Paul Scott, 1985-86 16.5 .................................................Emeka Ibekweh, 2001-03

Most Fumble Recoveries Season: Career:

4..........................................................Dan Michitsch, 2005 4.............................................................. Bryan Karp, 2003 4................................................................. Phil Pape, 1995 4......................................................John Kostkowicz, 1997 10................................................ John Kostkowicz, 1996-99 8................................................... Chuck Downey, 1984-87 7......................................................... Bryan Karp, 2001-04


Individual records LaValle Stadium Records

Rushing

Rushes....................32.................. Conte Cuttino vs. Maine, 10/20/07 Yardage.................250..................... Edwin Gowins vs. VMI, 11/15/08 TD’s...........................3..................... Edwin Gowins vs. VMI, 11/15/08 3.......... Clinton Graham vs. St. Francis, 10/18/03 3...................Rod Williams vs. Canisus, 11/16/02 3..................Ken Lockhart vs. St. John’s, 9/14/02 Long Rush...............72........................Edwin Gowins vs. Elon, 9/6/08

Passing

Attempts..................39................T.J. Moriarty vs. C. Conn. St., 11/8/03 Comp. .....................30 ..............T.J. Moriarty vs. C. Conn. St., 11/8/03 Yardage.................329............... T.J. Moriarty vs. C. Conn. St., 11/8/03 Interceptions..............2...................................................... several times TD’s ..........................5.......................... T.J. Moriarty vs. Iona, 11/13/04 Long Pass...............82...................... T.J. Moriarty vs. Albany, 10/23/04

Receiving

Catches...................10........... Londre Blocker vs. C. Conn. St., 11/8/03 Yardage.................183........... Londre Blocker vs. C. Conn. St., 11/8/03 TD’s...........................3........... Londre Blocker vs. C. Conn. St., 11/8/03 Longest catch..........82..................Londre Blocker vs. Albany, 10/23/04

Punting

Punts.........................9............................. Luke Gaddis vs. Elon, 9/6/08

Interceptions

Interceptions..............2............... Chris Richards vs. Colgate, 8/30/08 Yardage...................90...............Chad King vs. Sacred Heart, 10/19/02

Punt Returns

Returns......................6...................... Chad King vs. Canisius, 11/16/02 Yardage...................76....... Londre Blocker vs. Sacred Heart, 10/30/04 Long Return.............76....... Londre Blocker vs. Sacred Heart, 10/30/04

Kick Returns

Yardage................. 111....................Shon Brownlee vs. Albany, 9/28/02 Long Return.............97........ Saladin Davis vs. Sacred Heart, 10/30/04 97....................Shon Brownlee vs. Albany, 9/28/02

Scoring

Points......................18...5 times, last Edwin Gowins vs. VMI, 11/15/08 Points in Half...........12....6 times, last Edwin Gowins vs. VMI, 11/15/08 TD’s.........................18...5 times, last Edwin Gowins vs. VMI, 11/15/08 TD’s in Half................2....6 times, last Edwin Gowins vs. VMI, 11/15/08

Attendance

8,335..............................NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Quarterfinals, 5/20/06 8,136.................................................... Football vs. St. John’s, 9/14/02 7,328........................................................ Football vs. Maine, 10/20/07 7,228.................................................. Football vs. Gerogetown, 9/1/07 6,688......................................................... Football vs. Albany, 10/7/06 6,472.............................................Football vs. Sacred Heart, 10/19/02 6,331......................................................... Football vs. Albany, 9/28/02 6,079........................................Football vs. St. Francis (Pa.), 10/18/03 6,028................................................ Football vs. Georgetown, 9/24/05 5,808....................................................... Football vs. Colgate, 8/30/08

Seawolves Field Records

Rushing

Rushes....................34............. Oliver Bridges, vs. M. Marine, 10/29/89 Yardage.................225................ Oliver Bridges vs. Stonehill, 10/21/89 TD’s...........................4............... Oliver Bridges vs. St. John’s, 9/28/91 ..................................4.................. Oliver Bridges vs. Bentley, 10/13/89 Long Rush...............91........................... Keith Moore vs. Pace, 9/10/94

Passing

Attempts..................47................Timm Schroeder vs. Wilkes, 11/18/94 Comp.......................25............Timm Schroeder vs. Kings Pt., 10/22/94 Yardage.................333............Timm Schroeder vs. Kings Pt., 10/22/94 Interceptions..............4... 5 times, last Timm Schroeder vs. W. Conn. St., 10/28/95 TD’s ..........................3.......many, last: T. Schroeder vs. Springfield, 10/7/95 Long Pass...............85..........Ray McKenna vs. Fitchburg St., 11/10/84

Receiving

Catches...................11.....................Lucas Niskanen vs. Pace, 9/26/98 Yardage.................208........... Eric Knechtel vs. Fitchburg St., 11/10/84 TD’s...........................3..........................Glenn Saenz vs. Pace, 9/10/94 Longest catch..........85.....................Eric Knechtel vs. Albany, 10/23/04

Punting

Punts.......................12......... David Lewis vs. Iona, 10/1/88 (524 yards)

Interceptions

Interceptions..............3............... Scott Schuster vs. St. John’s, 9/28/91 3............... Scott Schuster vs. Stonehill, 10/20/90 Yardage.................100....................... Scott Schuster vs. Pace, 9/12/92 100................. Bill Zagger vs. Kings Point, 10/27/90 Long Return...........100....................... Scott Schuster vs. Pace, 9/12/92 100................. Bill Zagger vs. Kings Point, 10/27/90

Punt Returns

Returns......................8......................Bill Zagger vs. St. John’s, 9/21/90 Yardage.................130...................... Chuck Downey vs. Pace, 9/27/86 Long Return.............88...................... Chuck Downey vs. Pace, 9/27/86

Scoring

Points......................24................ Oliver Bridges vs. St. John’s, 9/28/91 24................. Oliver Bridges vs. Bentley, 10/13/89 24.............. Chuck Downey vs. Brooklyn, 10/17/87 Points in Half...........24.............. Chuck Downey vs. Brooklyn, 10/17/87 TD’s...........................4................ Oliver Bridges vs. St. John’s, 9/28/91 4.................. Oliver Bridges vs. Bentley, 10/13/89 4.............. Chuck Downey vs. Brooklyn, 10/17/87 TD’s in Half................4.............. Chuck Downey vs. Brooklyn, 10/17/87

Rudolph and james dipietro fund

A member of Stony Brook’s football team in the early 70’s, Jim DiPietro ‘76 was named an AllAmerican running back in 1974. He ranked fourth in the nation in rushing among small colleges, averaging more than 100 yards per game. The Stony Brook Statesman described him as one of the “toughest running backs in the league.” In the summer of 2009, Stony Brook Athletics announced the formation of the Rudolph and James DiPietro Football Fund, in honor of Jim and his father, that will support Stony Brook Football well into the future.

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Team records SINGLE-GAME TEAM OFFENSE

Most Rushing Attempts

Most Interceptions

Stony Brook Most Total Yards

Fewest Yards Rushing

Most Penalty Yards

Fewest Rushing Attempts

57..vs. Sacred Heart 10/21/06 (SB 39, SH 18)

Fewest Penalty Yards

Fewest Total Yards

Most Yards Rushing

90.................... at Pace, 9/11/93 (SB 24, P 66)

Most Rushing Attempts

19.................. at Hofstra, 9/14/84 (SB 9, H 10)

668 ......................................... at Iona, 11/8/08 22........................ at Brockport State, 11/15/86 635.......................................... at Iona, 11/8/08 63........................................... .at Iona, 11/8/08

Fewest Yards Rushing

-30....................................... at Lehigh, 10/4/04

113..............vs. VMI, 11/15/08 (SB 51, VMI 62) 88.. vs Coast Guard, 10/25/93 (SB 66, CG 22)

Most Passes Attempted

Fewest Passes Attempted

6.......................... at Fitchburg State, 10/20/85 182.......................... vs. Sacred Heart, 10/3/92 10.........................................at Brown, 9/20/08 10.......................................... at Elon, 11/17/07

Opponent Most First Downs

Most Passes Completed

29................................ vs. Monmouth, 10/1/05

Fewest Passes Completed

4...................................vs. St. Peter’s, 11/8/86

48............vs. Gardner-Webb, 11/1/08 (SB 16, GW 32)

Fewest First Downs

7........ at Fitchburg State, 10/20/85 (SB 4, F 3) 7...................... at Hofstra, 9/14/84 (SB 3, H 4)

Most Fumbles Lost

Most Passes Attempted

Most Passing Yards

Most Interceptions

Fewest Passes Attempted

Fewest Passing Yards

Most Passes Completed

148......................... at Robert Morris, 10/29/05 148............................... vs. CW Post, 11/12/91

Most Passing Yards

MISCELLANEOUS SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Stony Brook Most First Downs

Fewest Passing Yards

Most First Downs Rushing

Both Teams Most First Downs

Fewest Rushing Attempts

18................................ at Merrimack, 10/24/98 56.......................................... at Lehigh, 9/4/04 7.............................................. at Iona, 11/8/08 31.......................................... at Lehigh, 9/4/04

Fewest Passes Completed

1...................................... at Ramapo, 9/14/91 474................................... vs. Wagner, 10/6/01

709.....vs. Wagner, 10/6/01 (474 SB, WC 235) 46.................. at Hofstra, 9/14/84 (SB 4, H 42)

31................................vs. Georgetown, 9/1/07

4......................................... at Hofstra, 9/14/84

26............................................ at Iona, 11/8/08

Opponent Most Total Yards

18.......................................at Wagner, 11/4/06

Fewest Total Yards

Most Fumbles Lost

581..................................... at Hofstra, 9/17/05 58........................ at Fitchburg State, 10/20/85

Most First Downs Passing Fewest First Downs

3......................................... at Hofstra, 9/14/84 5..................................... at St. John’s, 9/21/01

7...................................vs. St. Peter’s, 11/8/86 5............................................ at Lehigh, 9/4/04 5....................................vs. St. John’s, 9/23/89 5........................................vs. Hofstra, 9/17/88

Most Penalty Yards

Fewest Penalty Yards

5...........................................at Brown, 9/20/08 5............................................ at M.I.T., 11/9/91

52............vs. Gardner-Webb, 11/1/08 (SB 27, GW 25) 52.......... at Gettysburg, 10/8/94 (SB 28, G 24)

Fewest First Downs

12......vs. Ramapo, 9/14/85 (SB 5, Ramapo 7)

Most Fumbles Lost

8............ vs. St. Peter’s, 11/8/86 (SB 1, St.P 7)

Most Yards Rushing

459............vs. American International, 11/7/98

Most Rushing Attempts

64....................................... at Hofstra, 9/14/84

Fewest Yards Rushing

-22........................... vs. Sacred Heart, 10/2/93

Fewest Rushing Attempts

11........................... at SUNY-Maritime, 11/2/85

Most Passes Attempted

66........................................... at Pace, 9/11/93

Fewest Passes Attempted

3 .......................................... vs. VMI, 11/15/08

Most Passes Completed

33..................................... at Bentley, 10/13/89

Fewest Passes Completed

0...................................vs. St. Peter’s, 11/8/86

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Most Passing Yards

402.................................... at Hofstra, 9/17/05

Fewest Passing Yards

0........................................... vs. VMI, 11/15/08 0...................................vs. St. Peter’s, 11/8/86

Both Teams Most Total Yards

1085.. at Gettysburg, 10/8/94 (SB 592, G 493)

Fewest Total Yards

243..at Brockport St., 11/15/86 (SB 22, B 221)

Most Yards Rushing

811..........vs. VMI, 11/15/08 (SB 447, VMI 364)

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James Leach (‘96) holds the school record with 198 assisted tackles and is second all-time with 299 total tackles.


Team records Most Interceptions

the last time...

7.....................vs. Hofstra, 9/17/88 (SB 2; H 5) 7........ at Fitchburg State, 10/20/85 (SB 6, F 1)

Most Penalty Yards

253..vs. Sacred Heart, 10/3/92 (SB 182, SH 71)

Fewest Penalty Yards

15.................... at Brown, 9/20/08 (SB 10, B 5)

Scoring Most Points Scored

Season:... 307...........................................1994 Game:........ 70.................at Brooklyn, 10/14/88 One Half:... 40.................. at Iona, 11/8/08 (1st) 40...vs. UMass-Lowell, 11/12/94 (1st) Quarter:..... 31....... at St. Peter’s, 11/8/85 (2nd)

Most Points Scored By Opponent

Season:... 289...........................................2008 Game:........ 64................. at So. Conn., 9/11/98 One Half:... 47........... vs. Hofstra, 10/9/04 (1st) Quarter:..... 30........at So. Conn., 9/11/98 (2nd)

Fewest Points Scored, Both Teams

Season:... 249... 1988 (SB 158, Opponents 91) Game:.......... 3....... vs. Iona, 10/1/88 (SB 3, I 0) .................... 3... vs. Fordham, 10/22/88 (SB 3, F 0)

Most Points Scored, Both Teams

Season:... 563...........2008 (SB 274, Opp. 289) Game:........ 90...at Brooklyn, 10/14/88 (SB 70-20) One Half:... 61...vs. Hofstra, 10/9/04 (H 47-14, 1st) Quarter:..... 41...at Bentley, 10/13/89 (SB 27-14, 4th)

Largest Margin Of Victory

59....................... vs. Iona, 11/8/08 (SB 68, I 9)

Largest Margin Of Defeat

55......... at Hofstra, 9/17/05 (SB 0, Hofstra 55) 55...at New Hampshire 9/16/06 (SB 7, NH 62)

Most Points Scored Per Game

28.4 (284, 10 games)...............................2003

Fewest Points Scored Per Game

8.9 (89 points, 10 games).........................1990

Fewest Points Allowed Per Game

10.1 (91 points, 9 games).........................1988

Most Points Allowed Per Game

28.0 (280 points, 10 games).....................1990

Most Points Scored In A Loss

41.................at Gettysburg, 10/8/94 (G 48-41)

Most Points Scored By Losing Opponent

37..vs. Robert Morris, 10/29/05 (SB 38, RMU 37)

Fastest Two Touchdowns

* Denotes NCAA Record # Denotes Tied NCAA Record

Attempts 30:.........................................................................35, Brandon Mason at Elon, 11/17/07 (35-104) 40:....................................................................................................................... Never been done Gained 200:.................................................................... 250, Edwin Gowins vs. VMI, 11/15/08 (20-250) 234, Conte Cuttino vs. VMI, 11/15/08 (28-234) Run of 70:..................................................................................71, Conte Cuttino at Iona, 11/8/08 Run of 80:...........................................................80, Ralph Menendez vs. Sacred Heart, 10/14/00 Scored 2 TDs:........................................................................................Edwin Gowins vs. VMI, 11/15/08 3 TDs: .......................................................................................Edwin Gowins vs. VMI, 11/15/08 4 TDs:.................................................................................................................. Never been done

Passing - Single Game

Attempted 30:.................................................................... 31, Dayne Hoffman vs. Gardner-Webb, 11/1/08 40:.................................................................................. 48, Josh Dudash at Richmond, 10/13/07 50:............................................................................................. 54, T.J. Moriarty at Lehigh, 9/4/04 Completed 20:....................................................................................... 21, Josh Dudash vs. Maine, 10/20/07 25:.................................................................................. 26, Josh Dudash at Richmond, 10/13/07 30:..........................................................................................30, T.J. Moriarty vs. Lehigh, 9/14/04 Yardage 300:........................................................... 322, T.J. Moriarty vs. Central Connecticut St., 11/6/04 350:.......................................................................................474, Scott Bard vs. Wagner, 10/6/01 400:.......................................................................................474, Scott Bard vs. Wagner, 10/6/01 TD Passes 3 TDs:..................................................................Dayne Hoffman at Coastal Carolina, 10/25/08 4 TDs:..............................................................................Josh Dudash at Robert Morris, 10/29/05 5 TDs:..............................................................................Josh Dudash at Robert Morris, 10/29/05

Receiving - Single-Game

Receptions 10:...........................................................................................13, Lynell Suggs at Albany, 10/6/07 Yardage 100:.......................................................................................104, Dwayne Eley vs. VMI, 11/15/08 200:.......................................................................................200, Lynell Suggs at Albany, 10/6/07 Scored 2 TDs:......................................................................... Dwayne Eley at Coastal Carolina, 10/25/08 3 TDs:......................................................................... Dwayne Eley at Coastal Carolina, 10/25/08

Kicking - Single-Game

Field Goals 3 FG:.............................................................................................. Luke Gaddis at Elon, 11/17/07 4 FG:.......................................................................................... Luke Gaddis vs. Maine, 10/20/07

Rushing - Season

1,000 yards:....................................................................................... 1,310, Edwin Gowins, 2008 1,195, Conte Cuttino, 2008 10 TDs:................................................................................................... 11, Edwin Gowins, 2008

Passing - Season

2,000 yards:...........................................................................................2,345, Josh Dudash, 2007

Receiving - Season

1,000 yards: . ...................................................................................................Glenn Saenz, 1995

Kick Returns

Punt Return for a TD................................. Londre Blocker vs. Sacred Heart, 10/30/04 (76 yards) Kick Return for a TD..............................................Conte Cuttino at Bucknell, 9/8/07 (95 yards) Blocked Punt for a TD.................Donald Lee block, Andre Jean-Pierre scores at Bucknell 9/8/07 Interception for a TD..........................................................Paul Ferrari at Iona, 11/8/08 (26 yards)

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0:13 apart................... vs. St. Francis, 9/23/00, (John Phelan 29 yd. interception return - Eric Hatkewitz 34 yd. interception return)

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Honors All-Americans

Chuck Downey ‘88

Don Hansen Football Gazette First Team 1995............................... Timm Schroeder, QB 1995..................................... James Leach, LB 1995............................... Luke Posniewski, DB 1995.................................... Glenn Saenz, WR 1996......................................Josh Skurnik, OL 1996.................................... Glenn Saenz, WR 1996.................................Jonathan Fisher, TE 1998............................... Lucas Niskanen, WR 2002......................................... Chad King, DB 2003.................................Eddie Cobbinah, LB 2004.................................... David Bamiro, DE 2004....................................David Charles, OL 2005.......................................Leo Sullivan, OL Second Team 1996........................................ John Harris, LB 1996.......................................Jon Sorbera, DL 1996...................................... Bobby Kane, RB 1999.....................................Tom Marshall, OL 2002.......................................Aden Smith , LB 2003.................................Clinton Graham, RB 2003.................................... David Bamiro, DE 2004................................. Chimezie Okobi, DL Honorable Mention 2002.........................................Scott Bard, QB 2002...............................Chris McGovern, WR 2002.................................. David Charles, WR 2003...................................... T.J. Moriarty, QB 2003........................................ Bryan Karp, DT 2003................................... Ernie Williams, DB 2003.................................Londre Blocker, WR 2004........................................ .J. Moriarty, QB

SBU All-American & Hall of Famer

Aden Smith ‘03

Kodak & Associated Press First Team 1987.................................. Chuck Downey, DB 1989......................................... David Lewis, P

Pizza Hut Third Team 1989.......................................Bob Burden, DB 1989................................... Oliver Bridges, RB 1986.................................. Chuck Downey, DB Honorable Mention 1985.............................. John Ragimierski, QB 1985.....................................Chuck Downey, S

Bob Burden ‘90

College Sporting News Timm Schroeder ‘96

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Sports Network I-AA Mid-Major 2002........................................Aden Smith, LB 2003.................................Eddie Cobbinah, LB 2004.................................... David Bamiro, DE Preseason 2003......................................... Chad King, DB 2003......................................... Chad King, RS 2003........................................ Bryan Karp, DT 2004.................................... David Bamiro, DE 2004.................................Clinton Graham, RB

National Rookie of the Year 2008................................. Edwin Gowins, RB

CoSIDA Academic All-District 1986......................................Chris Mayes, DB 1986..................................... Peter Seccia, DB 1995......................................Matt Larsen, WR

Downey’s NCAA Records

Punt Returns Average (season)...........................................31.2 Average (career).............................................20.3 Touchdowns (game).......................................... 2* Touchdowns (season)..................................... . 4* Touchdowns (career).........................................7# Kickoff Returns Yards (game)...................................................279 Touchdowns (game).......................................... 2* Punt & Kickoff Returns Yards (game) ..................................................354 1,000 yards on both...................................1,198 p 1,281 k Touchdowns (game)............................................3 Touchdowns (career) ......................................10# Average (career) ...........................................23.6 Avg. 20+ on both (career)............................20.3 p 27.8 k All-Runbacks (P, KO, INT) Touchdowns (season)........................................ 6 Touchdowns (career) ........................................ 11 *- shared # NCAA all-divisions record.

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Chuck Downey ‘88 was one of a kind. As a two-way standout for Stony Brook from 1984-87, Downey still holds or shares 15 NCAA football records - 17 seasons after he finished his career. In today’s era of “specialists,” the true two-way player is nonexistent. Some offensive players will give defense a try, and vice versa, but only a handful play both sides of the ball for a four-year career. What makes Downey’s accomplishments even more amazing is that all of his records came as a return man. He played both offense and defense and still had enough left to be one of the most dangerous return men in the history of college football. Downey is one of six Stony Brook football players in the Stony Brook Athletic Hall of Fame. He was inducted in May of 1996 after being unanimously selected by the Hall of Fame Committee. As a 5-9, 180-pound running back/defensive back/punt returner/kick returner, Downey’s list of records is endless. In addition to his 16 Division III records, he also shares the all-time, all-divisions NCAA record for punt returns for touchdowns. His seven career touchdowns on punt returns tie him with Oklahoma’s Jack Mitchell (1946-48), Widener’s Bill ‘White Shoes” Johnson (1971-73) and Nebraska’s Johnny Rodgers (1970-72), the 1972 Heisman Trophy winner. Downey’s touchdowns measured 88, 80, 75, 62, 60, 60 and 54 yards. Downey also had three kickoff-return touchdowns (98, 90 and 90), which combined with his seven punt return touchdowns equals the all-divisions record of 10 set by Virginia Union’s Anthony Leonard from 1973-76.

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Honors Big South Conference

ECAC Division II North All-Stars

Freshman of the Year 2008.................................. Edwin Gowins (RB)

Co-Rookie of the Year 1998................................ Lucas Niskanen (WR)

All-Conference First Team 2008 ����Steve Council (OL), Edwin Gowins (RB), James Harris (DL) Second Team 2008 �����Conte Cuttino (RB), Lawrence Lovell (OL), Chris Richards (DB), Tyler Santucci (LB)

All-Conference First Team 1996 �����Glenn Saenz (WR), Jon Sorbera (DL) 1997 �����Josh Skurnik (OL), Jon Sorbera (DL)

Northeast Conference Offensive Rookie of the Year 2001..................................Londre Blocker (WR) Defensive Rookie of the Year 2006..................................Cory Giddings (DB) Coach of the Year 2005........................................ Sam Kornhauser All-Conference First Team 2002 ����Chad King (DB), Chris McGovern (WR) 2003 �����David Bamiro (DE), David Charles (OL), Clinton Graham (RB), T.J. Moriarty (QB) 2004 �����David Bamiro (DL), David Charles (OL), T.J. Moriarty (QB), Chimezie Okobi (DL) 2005 �����Leo Sullivan (OL) Second Team 1999 �����John Kostkowicz (DL), Tom Marshall (OL), Patrick Shelley (DB) 2001 �����Aden Smith (LB) 2002 �����Scott Bard (QB), David Charles (OL), Bryan Karp (DT), Chad King (RS), Aden Smith (LB) 2003 �����Londre Blocker (WR), Eddie Cobbinah (LB), Ernie Williams (DB) 2004 �����Londre Blocker (WR), Leo Sullivan (OL) 2006 �����Josh Dudash (QB) 2006 �����Cory Giddings (DB) 2006 �����Lynell Suggs (WR)

Eastern Football Conference All-Conference First Team 1997 �����John Harris (LB) 1997 �����Josh Skurnik (OL) Second Team 1997 �����Jon Sorbera (DL)

Freedom Conference All-Conference First Team 1992 �����Bruce Muro (DL) 1993 �����Jonathan Fischer (TE), Brian Hughes (PK), Timm Schroeder (QB), Karl Simons (OL), Brent Spineo (OL) 1994 �����Jonathan Fischer (TE), Joe Lawrence (OL), James Leach (LB), Karl Simons (OL) 1995 �����Glenn Saenz (WR), Timm Schroeder (QB) Second Team 1992 �����Orazio Bucolo (WR), Scott Schuster (DB) 1993 �����Chris Delmadge (RB), ...Joe Lawrence (DL), James Leach (LB) 1995 �����John Brady (WR), James Leach (LB), Luke Posniewski (S), Josh Skurnik (OL) Honorable Mention 1992 �����Jeff Heck (P), Chris O’Shea (OL), Karl Simons (OL), King Wilson (LB)

1993 �����Jonathan Fischer (TE) 1994 �����Timm Schroeder (QB), Karl Simons (OL)

Stony Brook MVPs 1983.................................... Frank Saladino, DB 1984........................... John Ragimierski, QB/LB 1985........................... John Ragimierski, QB/LB 1986............................. Chuck Downey, DB/WR 1987............................. Chuck Downey, DB/WR 1988........................................Paul Klyap, S/DB 1989......................................... Bob Burden, DB 1990.................................... Bill Zagger, WB/DB 1991.................................... Bill Zagger, WR/DB 1992................................Scott Schuster, LB/DB 1993..................................Timm Schroeder, QB 1994..................................Timm Schroeder, QB 1995..................................Timm Schroeder, QB 1996.......................................... John Harris, LB 1997.......................................... John Harris, LB 1998................................. Ralph Menendez, RB 1999............................... George Karafantis, DE 2000................................. Ralph Menendez, RB 2001........................................... Scott Bard, QB 2002.......................................... Aden Smith, LB 2003.........................................T.J. Moriarty, QB 2004.........................................T.J. Moriarty, QB 2005....................................... Josh Dudash, QB 2006 ...................................... Josh Dudash, QB 2007.......................................Lynell Suggs, WR 2008.......................................Dwayne Eley, WR

Liberty Conference Rookie of the Year 1988.......................................... Mike Lugo (RB) All-Conference First Team 1988 �����Robert Hutchison (DL), Paul Klyap (DB), David Lewis (P) 1989 �����Bob Burden (DB) 1990 �����Dino Basso (OL) 1991 �����Anthony Meola (WR), Craig Perrino (OL), Bill Zagger (DB/KR) Second Team 1988 �����Al Bello (LB), Bob Burden (S), Doug Jordan (OL) 1989 �����Kevin Hinphy (DL), Ken Stevenson (OL) 1990 �����Mike Halkitis (DL), .Peter Orlowsky (LB), Bill Zagger (DB) 1991 �����Mike Benedetto (LB), Oliver Bridges (RB), Bruce Muro (DL), Scott Schuster (DB), Shawn Stebbins (OL)

Stony Brook Football Hall of Famers

1996..............................Chuck Downey (‘88) 1999.......................... John Ragimierski (‘87) 1999.....................................Bill Zagger (‘93) 2000.....................................Paul Klyap (‘88) 2005................................Stuart Sharoff (‘81) 2006................................... Bob Burden (‘90)

Intercollegiate Football Conference (ECAC-IFC)

Player of the Year 1986...................................Chuck Downey (DB)

All-Conference First Team 1995 �����Jonthan Fischer (TE), Luke Posniewski (DB) 1995 �����Glenn Saenz (WR), Timm Schroeder (QB) 1996 �����Neil Monte (PK), Glenn Saenz (WR)

Rookie of the Year 1989........................... Oliver Bridges (Co-) (RB) All-Conference First Team 1986 �����Chuck Downey (DB) 1987 �����Chuck Downey (DB) 1988 �����Paul Klyap (DB), David Lewis (P) 1992 ����Scott Schuster (DB)

Coach Kornhauser presents Chuck Downey with his Hall of Fame plaque at the Port Jefferson Country Club on May 2, 1996

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ECAC Division III All-Stars

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All-Time Roster

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A Addison, Jermaine.....1999-00 Akabalu, Onyeka............ 2002 Alberti, Richard..........1992-94 Albino, Matt.................... 1993 Alcantara, Oscar........1998-99 Alceus, Chris.............2005-06 Aleshevich, Randy.......... 1992 Allen, Jason.................... 1998 Alleyne, Khalfani........2001-05 Alston, Tom..................... 1991 Altimiranda, Luis.........2005Alvir, Robert.................... 1985 Amarando, Craig............ 1992 Amir, Mark...................... 1985 Anderson, Joshua.....2002-05 Anderson, Tarrant......2005-08 Andzel, Matt................... 2002 Arena, Michael............... 1987 Articolo, Al...................... 1991 Asapov, Ilya.................... 1988 Ashton, Mike................... 1985 Auda, Shadey................. 2005 Auerbach, Josh...........2006Austin, Steve.............2005-07 Autera, Vin...................... 1991 Avella, Thomas............... 1992 Aversa, Frank................. 2004 Ayala, Alexis..............1998-01 Ayaz, Orhan.................... 1985

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B Bahr, Mike.................1991-94 Bajwa, Gurjit................... 1993 Baldino, Mario................ 1990 Balkan, Al............1985-87, 89 Ballard, Dave.................. 2004 Bamiro, David............2001-04 Barber, Andre............2003-04 Barreto, Dan................... 2002 Barry, Dennis.................. 1986 Barbarite, Vin.................. 1995 Bard, Scott.................2000-02 Barros, Chance.............. 1999 Barshinger, Jason........... 1995 Barzar, Adam.............2005-06 Bashjawish, Ahmed.... 1989-90 Baskin, Ernest.....1997, 99-01 Basso, Dino...............1987-90 Baudille, Michael...........87-90 Baumert, Matt................. 1994 Bayer, Randy.................. 1987 Bazydlo, Russell............. 1995 Beal, Byron..................... 2004 Beh, Chris....................... 2002 Beiger, Justin.............2003-04 Bello, Al.....................1985-88 Bello, Robert................... 1987 Bendetti, Keith.......... 1988, 90 Benedetto, Michael....1989-92 Bennett, Rob.............1988-89 Berluti, Dan................2004-07 Bertzos, Dan.... 1998-99, 01-02 Bestany, Mike........... 1994, 96 Biegner, George........1986-87 Bilello, William................ 1987 Bitton, Jeff................. 1985, 87 Black, Rich................1989-92 Blaise, Kevin................... 1996 Blatter, Craig................... 1988 Blocker, Londre.........2001-04 Bloom, Marc................... 1987 Bloom, Reid...............1986-87 Blumenstetter, Chris... 2001-04 Boaheng, Mike............... 2002 Boehler, Chris................. 1998 Bolway-Williams, Ellrich... 1996 Bonamo, Mike................ 1990 Bonaventura, Jeff......1994-97 Bonavita, Victor (DB)...... 1990

Borawski, Brian........ 1989, 92 Bourne, Duane..................1997 Bowling, Jerry....................1988 Bradley, Tom................ 1985-87 Bradshaw, Chris.......... 1990-91 Brady, Eric.........................1990 Brady, John.................. 1994-97 Brady, Paul........................1987 Branigan, Brian............ 1989-91 Brevi, Chris.................. 2007-08 Bridges, Oliver............. 1989-91 Briggs, Shawn...................1987 Briggs, Wayne...................2005 Bright, Jason.....................1995 Brofsky, Steve....................1989 Brooking, Bill.....................1993 Broome, Shawn........... 2004-07 Brown, Barry......................1989 Brown, Bryan.....................2004 Brown, Chris......................1984 Brown, Damian............ 1996-97 Brown, Joel........................1987 Brown, Jonathan... 2000, 02-04 Brown, Kyle................. 2003-07 Brown, Lance....................1989 Brown, Leroy............... 1995-96 Brown, Steve............... 1994-96 Brownlee, Shon.................2002 Brumfield, Dennis........ 2003-04 Brumfield, Mathew.............2005 Bryant, Dwayne..... 1988-89, 92 Bryant, Von........................2006 Brylski, Steven............. 1988-89 Bucolo, Orazio............. 1989-92 Buisson, Harold.................1993 Buntin, Billy.................. 2000-03 Buono, Cesar....................1988 Buonora, John............. 1984-85 Burden, Robert............ 1986-89

Bob Burden ‘90 Burgwardt, Sean............ 2007Burrows, Charles...............2000 Bush, Benjamin.................1995 Buzan, Daniel....................1989 Byrd, Tim..................... 1989-91 Byrnes, Marty....................1993 C Caiazzo, Danny........... 1996-97 Callahan, Rich...................1997 Campisi, Antony.......... 2004-05 Canderozzi, Richard..........1991 Cantatore, James..............1989 Cappelino, Joe............ 1987-90 Capri, Ron.........................1989 Caputo, Darran..................1987 Carey, Ben................... 1993-96 Carey, Jeff.........................2000 Carlucci, Bob............... 1991-93 Carmona, Keith.................2005 Carratu, Pasquale.............2002 Carrol, Andy................. 1986-87 Carroll, Michael.................1989

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Carratu, Pasquale.............2003 Carter, Bryce.....................2008 Carter, Lennie....................1998 Caruso, Mark............... 1985-86 Casale, Anthony.......... 2003-05 Casey, Ryan................ 1992-96 Cassamasino, Steven.......1994 Cassel, Bo...................... 2008Cassidy, Chris.............. 1985-88 Castro, Antonio..................1991 Catalano, Lenny.......... 1991-92 Cazeau, Theirry.................1988 Ceglowski, Kevin...............1996 Chaikin, Kyle............... 1988-89 Chapman, John........... 1993-94 Charles, David............. 2001-04 Chartrand, Matt.................1985 Cherney, Keith............. 2001-03 Chevalier, Dominic...... 2007-08 Chiarello, James.......... 1991-94 Cicero, Joe............ 1998, 00-01 Cimitile, Anthony................1994 Ciufo, Mike........................1993 Clark, Dru..........................2002 Clements, Benjamin...... 2006Clay, Chris................... 1984-86 Cobbinah, Eddie.... 2000, 02-04 Cole, Curtis.................. 1995-96 Cole, Kevin........................1999 Collins, Billy.......................1996 Colon, Lou.........................1997 Colpas, Jerry.....................1984 Connel, Brian............... 1984-85 Connoly, Tim......................1986 Connor, Philip....................1995 Conrad, Alan......................2003 Contardi, Rock............... 2006Contento, Anthony.............1985 Cooper, Adam.............. 2006-07 Corso, Tony.......................1985 Cortese, Vincent................2008 Cortez, Joe........................1988 Corvisiero, Louis..........1989, 91 Cosentino, Michael...... 2003-06 Cotter, Brett.......................1992 Council, Steve............. 2004-08 Couvoto, James................1992 Cox Jr., J.J................... 2003-07 Cox, Tony...........................1988 Coyne, Rich.......................2002 Craig, Dennis.....................1991 Crawford, James... 1995-97, 99 Crifasi, Joe........................1990 Croke, Tim.........................1984 Cromartie, Adam...............2003 Cross, Greg................. 1992-93 Crowley, Rob............... 1992-93 Csoka, Chris................ 1987-88 Csoka, Kevin............... 1999-00 Csoka, Ryan......................1997 Cucci, John........................1987 Currid, Mike.......................1987 Curry, John........................1987 Cuttino, Conte................ 2006D D’Angelo, Mike..................2005 D’Aponte Ray.............. 1991-92 Daly, William................ 1994-97 Danho, David............... 1995-97 Daniels, Don......................2002 Dardenne, Matt............... 2008Dattilo, Mario.................. 2007Dauenhauer, Rick..............1999 David, Christopher.............1992 Davidson, Keith.................1997 Davies, Josh................1999, 01 Davis, Mike........................1989 Davis, Saladin............. 2003-06 Day, Paul..................... 1996-97

Decristoforo, Will......... 1994-95 DeFranco, Joseph.............2004 DeJoseph, Michael............1990 Delmadge, Chris.......... 1992-93

Chris Delmadge ‘93 DeLuise, Andrew...............1991 DeMayo, Chris...................1992 Denoto, Larry............... 1985-86 Derice, Mike................. 2005-06 Dessalines, Joe.................1998 DeVito, Dan................. 1995-96 DeWitt, William............ 1992-95 Deyhle, Paul......................1987 Dias, Devar........................2004 Diaz, Jorge........................1997 DiBenedetto, John.............1993 DiCarlis, Mike.............. 1987-89 Diehl, John........................1999 DiFazio, Carlo....................1994 DiGiorgi, Justin..................1988 Dileo, Joe.................... 1990-91 Dimoulas, Jeff....................1997 Dinan, Tom........................1990 DiPasquale, Mike........ 1996-97 DiTomaso, Marc.................1990 Divaris, Nick.......................1989 Dolan, Ken................... 1985-86 Donovan, Scott..................1986 Donovan, Shane.......... 1989-90 Douglas, Thomas........ 1989-90 Downey, Chuck............ 1984-87 Druckenmiller, Tom...... 1990-91 Drum, Michael...................1992 Duane, Richard.................1985 Dudash, Josh.............. 2003-07 Dudley, Mike................ 2003-04 Duggan, Brian...................1988 Dunn, Danny.....................1987 Durant, Hector............. 1987-89 Durante, Chris............. 1997-01 Durovich, Greg..................1985 E Eassa, Dan........................1985 Edgehill, Linus............. 2003-04 Edwards, Dan.............. 1993-94 Elleston, Bastanial....... 1995-99 Eley, Dwayne............... 2005-08 Emmanuel, Paul.......... 1984-85 Emr, Joe...................... 1984-87 Enright, Andy.....................1993 Ercoli, Jesse......................2002 Escoberes, Bergre.............1995 Evers, Brian.......................1996 F Faccilonga, Darren............1989 Fairbend, Greg............ 1994-97 Famigletti, Anthony............1992 Famulari, Ryan............... 2007Farina, Jason............... 1995-97 Farrell, Ron........................1987 Fasano, Joseph.................1989

Febo, Jose..................... 1990 Feinstein, Scott.............. 1988 Felicetta, Adam.............. 1992 Fell, Matthew............ 1992-94 Fenaroli, Paul.............. 2007Fenelon, Chris............. 2007Ferrari, Paul.............. 2007-08 Ficalora, Joe.................. 1995 Fields, Clarence....... 2004-07 Figorski, Jason........... 2006Fiol, Anthony....... 1998-99, 01 Fischer, Jonathan..... 1992-95 Fisichella, Paul.............. 1985 Fitzgerald, Billy.............. 1989 Fitzpatrick, James.......... 2002 Fitzpatrick, Justin........... 1993 Flaherty, Brian.......... 1998-99 Flaherty, Brian............... 1995 Flores, Dan............... 1995-99 Florville, Rene.......... 1991-92 Forbes, Andre........... 2004-06 Ford, Jon.................. 1986-87 Ford, Doug.................... 1997 Forman, Sean................ 2004 Foster, Doug............. 1987-90 Fowler Tyrone................ 1999 Francavilla, Anthony...... 1990 Frank, Pete.................... 1989 Frederick, Earl............... 1999 Fudge, Dan.................... 1988 Fuentes, Dan............ 1989-92 Furrer, Tom............... 1990-91 G Gabriel, Euken.......... 1994-97 Gabriel, Yves............ 1987-88 Gaddis, Luke............ 2005-08 Gagliardi, Joseph.......... 1994 Gahn, Chris................... 1991 Gang, Neil..................... 1987 Garrett, Andrew........ 2004-06 Gatti, Larry.......... 1993, 95-96 Gazzillo, Anthony...... 1996-97 Geier, Rick..................... 1992 Gelpi, Joeseph......... 2005-06 Genao, Julio Jr......... 1991-93 Gentile, Anthony....... 1990-92 George, Joey............ 2004-06 Gergerg, Bruce.............. 1985 Gervais, Patrice............. 2001 Giachetti, Kevin............. 1990 Gibson, Josh............... 2007Giddings, Cory............ 2006Gilbert, Ed..................... 1985 Gillespie, John............... 1992 Gilligan, Kevin............... 1986 Gilmartin, Robert........... 1990 Gilmore, Andrew............ 1991 Giuffrida, Kevin... 1984-85, 87 Glass Jarrett.................. 1999 Glenn, Julian............... 2007Goldberg, Norris............ 2005 Goldman, Jeremy.......... 2005 Goldstein, Russell.... 1991-94 Gonzalez, David............ 1996 Goodman, Eric.............. 1994 Goodsir, Raymond.... 2003-06 Goodwin, Sterling..... 2005-06 Gordon, Eric.................. 1991 Gowins, Edwin............ 2008Graffagnino, Kevin......... 1987 Graham, Clinton.....2000, 03-04 Graham, Mack.......... 2005-06 Grant, Alphonso.... 1988-90, 92 Grant, Chris.............. 1995-99 Grassi, Mike................... 1986 Greco, Joe................ 1985-86 Green, Anthony............. 1993 Green, Chris.................. 2004 Griffin, Shane................ 2005


All-Time roster Grimm, Alex................... 2005 Grimm, Cary.................. 1989 Graham, Mack............... 2005 Gross, David............. 2007-08 Gross, Marc................... 1994 Guaragno, Zacc........ 2005-06 Guerrier, Gary........... 1985-86 Guillory, Dayton.......... 2008Gupta, Ed................. 1986-87 Gush, Jordan.............. 2008Guyer, Ed...................... 1987

I Iannone, Nick.............. 1985-86 Ibekweh, Emeka.......... 2001-03 Iberger, Eric.......................1991 Impagliazzo, Peter.............1985 Isaac, Anwar................ 2004-05 J Jacobs, Mike............... 1986-87 Jacobsen, Jack............ 1984-86 Jackson, Julius............ 2000-01 James, Solan............... 1994-97 Jamison, Jack.............. 1987-90 Janas, David......................1987 Jean, Victor.................. 1989-90 Jean, Ted...........................1999 Jean-Baptiste, Michael....... 2005 Jean-Pierre, Andre...... 2004-08 Jenkins, Paul.....................1992 Johnson, Billy....................1987 Johnson, Jerome......... 2006-08 Jones, Colin................. 2004-05 Jones, Danny.............. 1987-89 Jones, Greg.......................1986 Jones, Gregory..................1990 Jordan, Doug............... 1985-88 Jordan, Frank....................1987 Joyner, Khallis...................1998 Julian, Robert....................1986 Justesen, Bill............... 1990-93 K Kalapoutis, Taso................1985 Kalesis, Dino.....................1991 Kaltsos, Alexander.............1991 Kandziolka, James............1999 Kane, Bobby................ 1994-96 Kaplan, Keith............... 1986-87 Karafantis, George...... 1995-99 Karp, Byan................... 2001-04 Kasimatis, George....... 1989-91 Kazaks, Michael................1998 Kazos, Alex........................1985 Kearney, Donovan.............1995 Keenan, Damian................1987 Kehoe, Chris......................1987 Kelly, Keith.........................1991 Kelly, Paul.................... 2002-03 Kelly, Robert......................1995 Keltos, Matt................. 1987-88 Kennedy, Tim.....................1985

Ralph Menendez ‘00

Stony Brook University lost one of its former football greats when Ralph Menendez ’00 passed away in March 2008. One of the great running backs of all-time at Stony Brook, Menendez is second all-time at SBU with 2,623 yards. He is also second in career carries (497) and is third in career rushing TDs (20) and fifth in total career TDs (22). In 1999 Menendez rushed for 207 yards against Sacred Heart, the second-highest single-game total at Stony Brook and one of just nine 200-yard rushing games currently in the SBU record books. In all he had nine 100-yard rushing games in his career, second all-time at SBU.

Kermashek, Josh...............1995 Kershaw, Larry............ 1989-90 Khan, Badara....................1987 Khawaja, Ali................. 2004-08 Kindt, Justin.......................2005 King, Chad............. 2000-02, 04 King, Matthew....................2004 Kirkwood, Porter.......... 1986-87 Klepec, Jason....................2002 Klepeis, Matthew......... 1992-94 Klyap, Paul.................. 1985-88 Knechtel, Eric....................1984 Knorr, Eric..........................2005 Kohles, Mark.....................1996 Kolenda, Chris...................1986 Kolshak, Chase.................2003 Kopp, David................. 1999-00 Kopp, Randy................ 1988-89 Kornegay, Steve................1990 Kostkowicz, John......... 1995-99 Kozerski, Dan....................1992 Krepkh, Eric.......................1988 Krumholtz, Ron............ 1988-89 Kubelle, Matt.....................1993 Kubrak, Scott............... 2005-07 Kumar, Rajesh............. 1996-99 L LaBarbera, John................1991 Labrador, John..................1992 Lachow, Brad............... 1991-92 Lackowski, Rob........... 1990-91 Lamb, Jalal........................2000 Lamberson, David.............1992 Lambert, Mike.............. 2001-02 Lampasone, David...... 1990-91 Lantier, Jason.............. 2000-02 Lanzilotta, Jim............. 1985-86 Larcca, Paul......................1985 Larezza, Mark....................1993 Larsen, Matt.......... 1992, 94-96 Lasky, Mike........................1994 Lauer, Charles...................1999 Lawrence, Joseph....... 1993-94 Lazar, Jason................... 2008Leach, James.............. 1993-95 Lecci, James............... 1994-95 Lee, Dawud................. 2002-03 Lee, Donald................. 2006-08 Leed, Mark........................1988 Lefkowitz, Jason................2005 Lehrer, Troy................. 1988-89 Leonard, Terrence....... 1991-92 Leonhardt, William....... 1993-94 Lepore, Michael............. 2007Lerner, Justin.....................2004 Levinson, Rich............. 1988-89 Levitt, Brian........... 1985-86, 88 Lewis, David................ 1987-88 Lewis, Douglas............ 1996-98 Lewis, Scott.......................1995 Licata, Michael............ 1985-87 Lieferidge, Brian................1985 Limani, Liram.....................1998 Linder, Greg.......................1987 Lindholm, Rich...................1996

Lobdell, Scott............... 1984-85 Lockhart, Ken.............. 2000-02 Logan, Michael..................1992 LoGrippo, Rich............ 1987-88 Lomangino, Joey......... 1997-99 Lombardi, Phil............. 1998-01 Londino, Alex......... 1994-95, 97 Lopata, Chris............... 1988-91 Lopez, John.......................2005 Love, Adam.................... 2007Lovell, Lawrence......... 2005-08 Lozanne, Dennis......... 1997-98 Luby, Matt....................... 2008Luchsinger, James...... 1994-95 Lucke, Jerry................. 1984-86 Lugo, Michael..............1988, 90 Lupo, Steve.......................2003 M Maffei, Mike.......................1998 Magill, Bradford........... 1994-95 Mais, Andre................. 1994-97 Makowski, Matt..................1996 Maloney, Mike....................1996 Maloney, Ryan............. 1994-97 Mambucca, Lee........... 1985-87 Mancino, Sal................ 1999-02 Mann, Jeff.................... 1994-95 Maratto, Mike.....................1998 Marcano, Jesus........... 1996-99 Marcello, Mike...................1995 Marchito, Mike...................1996 Mardy, Steve......................2002 Marino, Michael.............. 2008Maritato, Keith...................1992 Marrero, Krimzon...............2002 Marshall, Tom.............. 1997-01 Marte, Dennis....................1992 Martell, Nick.......................1998 Martiello, Joe............... 1997-99 Martin, Alan................. 2000-03 Martines, Bob....................1995 Martinez, Eric............... 1998-01 Martinez, William......... 2007-08 Mason, Brandon.......... 2007-08 Massey, Jeremiah........ 2005-06 Matuza, Craig....................1998 Matvay, Nick......................1995 Mauler, Eric.................... 2008Maurino, Keith............. 1994-96 Mauro, Eric........................1987 Mayberry, Phillip........................ Mayes, Chris................ 1985-88 Mazaroski, Bob............ 1996-98 McCarthy, Tom...................1987 McCio, Michael............ 1986-87 McConekey, Rich......... 1990-93 McCoy, Mike................ 2007-08 McCray, Leo......................1991 McDonald, Ken............ 1993-94 McDowell, Drew.................1989 McGee, Bobby............. 1986-87 McGeever, Brian.......... 1988-89 McGinty, Sean............. 2003-06 McGovern, Chris.. 1998, 00-02 McGrogan, Kevin.......1998-01 McInnes, Keith.....1993-95, 97 McKenna, Ray................ 1984 McKiernan, Michael...1991-92 McLeod, Gregg..........1991-93 McMillen, Charley......1990-91 McMillon Anthony........... 1999 McVeigh, Joseph.......1990-91 Meadows, Michael.....2006-08 Meenan, David............... 1989 Megna, Jim................1985-88 Meistle, Jarrod...........1988-89 Mena, Pat....................... 1986 Menendez, Ralph......1996-99 Meola, Anthony..........1988-91

Mequia, Nicholas............ 1992 Merkle, Christopher...2005-06 Messam, Tahir...........2003-06 Messner, Owen.............. 2002 Meyer, Scott..............1996-98

Scott Meyer ‘00 Miccio, Sal...................... 1987 Miccolis, Chris................ 1990 Michel, Glentis...........2000-02 Michitsch, Dan...........2003-06 Mignella, Anthony......1993-94 Mika, Adam...................2007Mills, Milton................1988-89 Milti, Robert.................... 1986 Minning, Joe............. 1992, 94 Misa, Randy..............1996-97 Mitchell, Courtenay.1998, 00-02 Mitchell, Ed..................... 2000 Mitchell, James............... 1985 Moccio, Michael.............. 1989 Moeller, James............... 1988 Mollo, Richard...........1986-89 Mompoint, Hudson... 1991, 93 Monaco, Dan.............2003-05 Monahan, Sean.........1993-95 Monfiletto, Greg........ 1994-98 Mongno, Dan................. 1991 Monroe, Jack................. 1990 Monte, Neil................1994-96 Montefusco, Robert........ 1988 Montejo, Robert.............. 2006 Monteleone, Damien...... 1998 Moran, Joe................1988-91 Moreau, Judson.............. 1990 Morello, Tom................... 1990 Morgan, Jeff...............1993-94 Moriarty, T.J...............2001-04 Motroni, Mark.............1986-88 Motsoy, Joe.................... 1990 Motycka, Steve............... 2004 Mounter, Mike............2002-05 Mullally, Pat.................... 1993 Muro, Bruce...............1990-92 Murphy, Joe...............1993-96 Murphy, John.......1984, 86-87 Murphy, Scott..1991-92, 94-95 Muy, Daniel...................2008N Najafi, Ramin................. 1985 Napoli, Jim................ 1989-90 Napolitano, Rich....... 1987-88 Nelson, Richard............. 1986 Neptune, Matt................ 1999 Nieves, Benjamin..... 2000-01 Niskanen, Lucas....... 1998-01 Noonan, Kevin.......... 1985-87 O Oakley, Richard............. 1999 O’Connor, Duane........... 1995 O’Keefe, John........... 1986-87 Okobi, Chimezie....... 2001-04 Okoro, Edison................ 2006 Oliveto, James............... 2000

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H Haber, Ryan................. 2007Hafiz, Assad............. 2004-06 Haines, George........ 1992-94 Hakanjian, Dino.............. 1993 Hale, Aaron................2005-08 Halkitis, Michael........1987-90 Hall, Lyshaan.......1994-95, 97 Hall, Scott..................1997-98 Halonski, Kevin..........2004-07 Halvorsen, Tim............... 2003 Hamann, Carl............1989-90 Hamilton, Anthony.....2006-08 Hamilton, Mike................ 1994 Hanson, Kevin...........1985-88 Harkins, Tom........1986, 88-89 Haronitis, Demetrius....1997-00 Harris, James............2004-08 Harris, Jason.............1995-98 Harris, John...............1994-97 Harris, Michael................ 2003 Hatkewitz, Eric...........1999-00 Hausmann, Brandt....1999-00 Hayes, Jim.................1985-87 Heck, Jeff.............1992-93, 96 Hedquist, Marc................... 85 Heffernan, Kevin............. 1992 Helm, Bob....................... 1997 Heptig, Jim................1992-94 Herb, Chris................1993-96 Herbst, Robert...........1995-96 Hermann, David............. 1991 Hernandez, Juan Carlos.....2004-06 Hernandez Jr., Luis........ 1998 Headley, Adam..........2003-04 Herrick, Jason...........2005-07 Hersh, Steve................... 1989 Hershkowitz, Philip......... 2004 Heyward, Glen...........1986-87 Hicks, Scott................1990-91 Hilarie, Fredel................. 2000 Hill, Josh....................1997-98 Hill, Mike......................... 1990 Hillery, John.................... 1992 Hince, Eric...................... 1984 Hinphy, Kevin.............1986-89 Hirt, Phil.......................... 1990 Hobson, Anthony............ 1990 Hodge, John................... 1985 Hodgkinson, Michael....1986-87 Hoelzer, John................. 1998 Hoffman, Andy................ 1996 Hoffman, Dayne...........2007Holder, Jeff................1986-88

Holmes, D.J.................... 2002 Hoover, Erik.................... 2004 Hopkins, Conrad............. 1989 Hornby, Rick..............1997-98 Horst, Robert.............1995-97 Horton, Ralph............2003-04 Hovorka, Adam..........1996-98 Hubbard, Justin.........2004-05 Hughes, Brian................. 1993 Hughes, Cory................. 2003 Hughes, Matt.................. 1993 Hutchings, Chad............. 1993 Hutchinson, Robert....1986-88 Hutnik, John..............2003-04

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O’Shea, Chris........... 1989-92 Orlandi, Mike................. 1998 Orlowsky, Peter.. 1987, 89-90 Orr, James..................... 1993 Osei-Tutu, Kwaku.1998-99, 01 Ottavi, Anthony.............. 2005 Otis, Milo................... 2006-07 Ovalle, Houston............. 1987 Owusu, Ernest.......... 1987-91

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P Packer, Chris................. 1989 Padilla, Raymond.......... 1998 Palazzo, Steve.............. 1987 Panella, Patrick........ 1993-94 Panella, Kristen............. 1995 Pannullo, Justin............. 1992 Pape, Phil................. 1994-97 Parchment, Robert... 2003-06 Parrella, Chris........... 1991-92 Parrish, Todd................. 1987 Pascale, Steven............ 1985 Passaro, Ray............ 1985-86 Pastier, James............... 1992 Patterson, Dan......... 1999-00 Peck, Jason................... 1988 Peckman, Dan.......... 1993-94 Pellerito, Michael........... 1989 Pennecke, Rich............. 2004 Perez, Paul............... 2003-06 Perillo, Frank................. 1990 Perkins, Jim.............. 1985-86 Perri, Chris.................. 2008Perrino, Craig........... 1990-91 Perron, Kevin................. 1987 Pesa, Nevin................... 1990 Pescatore, Keith............ 1991 Pesci, Robert............ 1997-98 Phelan, John............ 1998-00 Philip, L.J....................... 2005 Philips, Dave................. 1986 Philips, Emmett........... 2006Philips, Jophiel......... 2002-03 Philips, Marc............. 1991-93 Philpot, Jared................ 1997 Piccoli, Lou.................... 1985 Pickney, Wayne.............. 1988 Pierre, Joe.................1996-98 Pietzak, Eugene........2002-05 Pike, Kevin..................... 1994 Pimentel, Rich...........2003-04 Pinero, Israel.............2003-04 Pisano, John................... 1985 Pistilli, Philip................... 1996 Platt, Lemont.................. 1988 Plitt, Ed......................1984-85 Plugues, Michael.......1996-99 Pittman, Paul.............1986-87 Pohlman, Ken................. 1989 Pomilio, Steve................ 1987 Porter, Christian.........2000-01 Porter, Donald..............2007Portz, Paul...................... 1993 Posniewski, Luke.......1991-95 Potillio, Rahsaan............ 2001 Potts, Jason.................... 2005 Prensky, David................ 1992 Prestianni, Sal...........1993-96 Pride, Stephen................ 2007 Pugliese, Chris............2005Pye, Thomas.............1988-89 Pyrch, John.................... 1993 Q Quagliata, Joe...........1994-95 Quilles, Henry................. 1988 R Ragimierski, John......1984-86 Ramson, Mitch..........1997-98

Rankins, Chevar..........2006Ransom, Thurman.....2001-05 Rasmussen, Carl............ 1991 Raymer, Brett............1987-88 Reardon, Matt................. 2005 Record, Chris................. 1990 Redden, Brian................ 1990 Reed, Blake...............1988-90 Regenbogen, Lee........... 1998 Reid, Laurence..........1993-94 Reid, Raenard................ 2008 Reid, Russell.............1990-91 Reyer, Ed........................ 1993 Reyes, Dominick..........2008Reyes, Eric..................... 1986 Reynolds, David........1987-89 Reynolds, Jesse........1999-00 Rhodes, Michael............. 1995 Richard, Mike................. 1985 Richards, Chris............2007Richards, Richie........2003-06 Ridge, Mark.................... 1987 Riggs, Clint................2001-04 Rigvevr, Vladimir............ 1990 Rios, Ruben...............1986-87 Rippe, Keith...............1998-99 Rivera, Francis..........2004-06 Roberts, Rob.................. 2005 Roberts, Roy.............1996-97 Robinson, Charles.....1986-87 Robinson, Lee................ 2003 Robinson, Nathan........... 2005 Rodriguez, Dan.........2003-04 Rodriguez, David............ 1994 Rodriguez, David............ 2000 Rodriguez, Gabe.......1995-96 Rodriguez, Neftali........... 1996 Rodriguez, Orlando.... 1999-00 Rogers, Jason................ 1991 Rolfes, Justin.................. 2003 Romano, Sal................... 1985 Romano, Steven............. 1994 Romano, Vincent.......1993-96 Romeo, Eric................. 2003-04 Roxas, Miguel.............. 2005-07 Rospars, Roger........... 1989-90 Rubino, Mike.....................2004 Rudloff, Jeff................. 2002-03 Rudolf, James Mason........2004 Rummenie, Dan......1994, 96-97 Rupolo, Vinny....................1991 Russell, Eric................. 2000-02 Russo, Richard............ 1991-94 Russo, Robert.............1991, 93 Ryan, Charles....................2008 Ryan, Paul................... 1984-85 S Sabia, Adam................ 1999-02 Sable, Dan.........................2000 Saenz, Glenn......... 1992, 94-96

Glenn Saenz ‘97 Saffold, Melaquan.......... 2006Saladino, James.......... 1991-93 Saljooki, Qais.............. 1996-97 Saldibar, Steve..................1995

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Samboy, Dwayne...............1997 Santora, James.................1995 Santorella, Louis................1994 Santos, Jeff.................... 2006Santucci, Tyler............... 2006Saraceni, Mark............ 2004-07 Saraga, Andrew........... 2003-06 Saraga, Jesse............. 1999-01 Saunders, Leroy.......... 1991-93 Savage, Dave.............. 1998-99 Savarese, John.................1991 Savignino, Mike.................1989 Sawyer, Adrian............... 2008Sayegh, Steve...................1996 Scarlett, Charles................1990 Schade, Bill................. 1988-90 Schaeffer, AJ............... 1995-97 Schaeffer, Eric...................1997 Scher, Greg................. 1986-89 Schiraldo, Joe....................1999 Schroeder, Timm......... 1991-95 Schuster, Scott............ 1990-92 Schwicke, Stephen........ 2006Schwinn, David..................1998 Schwirzbin, Brian....... 1993-94, 96-97 Scott, Jermaine........... 2003-04 Scott, Paul................... 1985-86 Scrivo, Robert.............. 1988-89 Seccia, Peter............... 1985-88 Seraphin, Anderson...... 1996-98 Seyda, McKinley.......... 1995-96 Shabbick, Dan............. 1986-88 Shapiro, Bob......................1985 Sheffer, Wallace................2003 Shelley, Patrick............ 1995-99 Sheperd, Robert................1991 Shepherd, Ed....................1993 Shortall, John....................1985 Shukri, David................. 2008Simmons, Darrel.......... 1985-86 Simoes, David............. 1986-89 Simons, Karl................ 1991-94 Sindeband, Markham........1994 Sirchia, Michael...........1992, 94 Skiffington, Wesley....... 2008Skurnik, Joshua........... 1994-97 Smart, Errol.......................1993 Smeader, Matt............. 2003-07 Smith, Aden................. 1999-02 Smith, Brian.......................2005 Smith, Garreth...................1994 Smith, John................. 2006-08 Smith, Isaac.......................2003 Smith, Matt.................. 2002-05 Smith, Tom................... 2002-04 Smolanick, Matthew...... 1989-90 Snyder, Scott.....................1985 Sobe, Dan................... 1999-00 Soivilien, Adam............ 2005-08 Sorbera, Jon................ 1994-97 Soloman, Derrick...............1993 Song, Yong.................. 1986-87 Sootin, David.....................1989 Soto, Jose.........................1998 Soto, Michael............... 2000-03 Sparacia, Anthony.............1993 Spates, John.....................1986 Spineo, Brent............... 1991-93 Spizzo, Mike................ 1996-99 Spruill, Jonathan........... 2007Stanley, Brian.............. 1996-00 Stanley, Mike............... 1998-99 St. Jeanos, Chris...............1988 Stebbins, Shawn......... 1990-92 Steen, John.......................1985 Stellato, Joe.......................1989 Stellato, Mike.....................1985 Stergiopolous, Sam...........1989 Sterling, Kameron........ 2003-06 Stewart, Hasan............ 2003-06

Stevens, Warren................1990 Stevenson, Ken........... 1987-89 Stringer, Corey............... 2008Sturomski, Chris.......... 2002-05 Strough, Scott....................1984 Strump, Brian....................1996 Suggs, Lynell............... 2004-08 Sullivan, Leo................ 2002-05 Summa, Lenny..................1986 Sweeney, Dan................. 2005Szokoli, Brian....................1998 T Tabrizchi, Ali......................1992 Tallman, Bob......................1985 Tamburro, Vinnie...............1997 Tameze-Rivas, Oliver........2007 Tarasiewicz, Joe.......... 2004-05 Tarsi, James......................1998 Tavella, Mike......................1994 Taylor, Jorge................ 1984-85 Teague, Carl................... 2008Thomas, Chris............. 1988-89 Thomas, Dean............. 1986-87 Thomas, Paul.............. 1998-00 Thomas, Ralph............ 1995-96 Thompson, Tony................1996 Thorn, Paul........................1992 Thornton, Shamar.............2007 Tierney, Chris.....................1991 Tocco, Michael...................1989 Todd, Chris........................2000 Tolipano, Dom...................1988 Tolliver, Phil................. 1999-02 Tom, Michael............... 1993-95 Tomasky, Chris............ 2004-06 Tomlinson, Quanne...........2001 Tommasino, Matt...............2004 Tornee, Bryan.............. 2001-02 Torres, Jose.......................1995 Toussaint, Wiky.................1996 Towns, Stephan............. 2008Tozzi, Ken.................... 1994-96 Trabucca, Andrew........ 1988-90 Trahan, Brandon.......... 2007-08 Tramontano, Brian.............1995 Trarizchi, Ali.......................1991 Trimble, Keith....................1989 Troiano, John............... 1987-88 Tsaktsirilis, Erik..................1990 Tsarnas, Mike....................1985 Tuckett, Ralph............. 1984-86 Tyler, Chris..................... 2006V Valdez, Rich.......................1985 Valentine, Steve.................1987 Van Middelem, Peter... 1985-86 Van Slyck, Sean.......... 1991-94 VanDerbeck, Robert.... 1987-88 Vecchione, Anthony...........2005 Velazques, Fred................1989 Verde, Tom.................. 1996-97 Vernon, Lance...................1987 Vichiarelli, Dan...................1999 Viggiano, Paul............. 1994-96 Vilien, Anderson.................1990 Vinberg, Ryan....................1998 Visconti, David...................1997 Vitucci, Robert............. 1996-99 Vollmer Chris............... 1997-98 Volturo, Greg............... 1985-86 Vossinas, Stephen.............1994 W Wahl, Jason.......................1998 Waitkus, Alex............... 2002-03 Walcolm, Lynsert......... 1998-00 Walker, Bryan.............. 1989-90 Walker, Robert............. 1988-89

Wallace, Andrew........1996-99 Walsh, Kevin........1990-91, 93 Walters, Billy................... 1997 Ward, Chris................1994-95 Ward, Dwayne................ 2000 Ward, James.............1987-88 Ward, Ramone............... 1997 Warner, Kevin................. 2000 Watkins, Kai.................... 1999 Watson, Jarvis.....1994, 96-97 Watson, Markell...........2007Watson, Shaldon............ 2000 Waxman, Sean..........1990-91 Waymer, Chris...........1986-87 Weeks, Greg............. 2007-08 Weeks, Matt.............. 2005-06 Weidel, Joe.................... 1987 Weigl, Jim...................... 1989 Weintraub, Dave............ 1984 Weiss, Herb................... 1984 Wernet, Tom.................. 1991 Wessels, Bob................. 1986 West, Arin.................... 2007West, Ken...................... 2001 Westervelt, Dave........... 1999 Whittaker, Shevar..... 2001-04 Williams, Andrew........... 2002 Williams, Ernie.......... 2001-04 Williams, Keith............... 1994 Williams, Rod............ 2001-05 Williams, Sam................ 1998 Williams, William............ 2005 Willie, Brian.................... 1994 Wilson, Brian............ 1992-93 Wilson, Chris................. 1990 Wilson, King............. 1989-92 Winn, Kevin................... 1996 Winslow, John............... 1987 Woodfork, Chad............. 2007 Woods, Brian................. 1989 Woolsey, Jason............. 1993 Wright III, Leonard.... 2006-08 Y Yarmulnick, Boris........... 1993 Yarnovich, Leonard... 1987-89 Young, Cuthbert............. 1998 Yurkiw, Andrew.............. 2006 Yuzuk, David............ 1986-87 Z Zach, Ken................. 1991-93 Zagger, Billy.............. 1988-91

Bill Zagger ‘91 Zapata, Juan............ 1984-86 Zayas, Adrian................ 1997 Zena, Carlos.................. 1992 Zephirin, Jean........... 1992-93 Zorbas, John............... 2008-


Year-By-Year stony brook football year-by-year Team Won Lost Tied 1984 4 5 0 1985 6 4 0 1986 5 4 0 1987 4 5 0 1988 5 4 0 1989 3 7 0 1990 1 8 1 1991 6 4 0 1992 5 5 0 1993 6 3 1 1994 7 4 0 1995 7 3 0 1996 6 4 0 1997 4 6 0 1998 3 7 0 1999 5 5 0 2000 2 8 0 2001 3 6 0 2002 8 2 0 2003 6 4 0 2004 3 7 0 2005 6 5 0 2006 5 6 0 2007 6 5 0 2008 5 6 0 25 years 121 127 2

Pct. .444 .600 .556 .444 .556 .300 .150 .600 .500 .650 .636 .700 .600 .400 .300 .500 .200 .333 .800 .600 .300 .545 .455 .545 .455 .488

Conference Independent Independent Independent Independent Liberty Football Liberty Football Liberty Football Liberty Football Freedom Football Freedom Football Freedom Football Freedom Football Independent Eastern Football Eastern Football Northeast Northeast Northeast Northeast Northeast Northeast Northeast Northeast Independent Big South 5 conferences

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0-45 8-36 8-23 18-51 34-7 35-0 14-17 23-21 25-20

1985 •6-4 S 14 Ramapo S 20 at Hofstra S 28 at Wagner O 5 Worcester St. O 12 Kean St. O 20 at Fitchburg St. O 26 Brooklyn N 2 at SUNY-Maritime N 8 at St. Peter’s N 16 Brockport

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22-6 15-17 10-26 10-35 13-21 39-0 38-0 36-0 45-6 19-0

1986 •5-4 S 13 at Ramapo S 20 Hofstra S 27 Pace O 4 Cortland St. O 11 at Kean O 24 at Brooklyn N 1 at St. John’s N 8 St. Peter’s N 15 at Brockport

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34-16 3-13 22-26 10-7 44-20 43-6 13-17 48-0 0-14

1987 • 4-5 S 12 Ramapo

W

34-6

S 18 O 3 O 10 O 17 O 24 O 31 N 6 N 14

Pct. --- --- --- --- .667 .200 .200 .400 .400 .600 .667 .600 --- .500 .375 .571 .125 .375 .714 .571 .111 .714 .714 --- .600 .496

Head Coach Sam Kornhauser Sam Kornhauser Sam Kornhauser Sam Kornhauser Sam Kornhauser Sam Kornhauser Sam Kornhauser Sam Kornhauser Sam Kornhauser Sam Kornhauser Sam Kornhauser Sam Kornhauser Sam Kornhauser Sam Kornhauser Sam Kornhauser Sam Kornhauser Sam Kornhauser Sam Kornhauser Sam Kornhauser Sam Kornhauser Sam Kornhauser Sam Kornhauser Chuck Priore Chuck Priore Chuck Priore 2 coaches

S 29 O 6 O 13 O 20 O 27 N 3 N 10

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at Hofstra at Cortland St. Kean Brooklyn at Fordham St. John’s at St. Peter’s Brockport

L L L W L L W W

3-24 0-23 7-14 48-12 6-14 3-21 26-0 24-7

Iona* at C.W. Post* Bentley at Stonehill at Kings Point* at WPI Pace*

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10-28 7-38 3-13 27-27 19-25 10-42 16-14

1988 •5-4, 4-2 LFC S 10 at Ramapo S 17 Hofstra S 24 at St. John’s* O 1 Iona* O 8 at C.W. Post* O 14 at Brooklyn O 22 Fordham* O 29 at Kings Point* N 12 Pace*

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7-14 3-8 11-26 3-0 7-13 70-20 3-0 16-10 38-0

1991 • 6-4, 2-3 LFC S 14 at Ramapo S 21 at Bentley S 28 St. John’s* O 5 at Iona* O 12 C.W. Post* O 19 Wesley O 26 at Kings Point* N 2 W. Connecticut St. N 9 at MIT N 16 at Pace*

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0-12 24-6 37-35 6-37 7-13 14-6 7-23 14-9 38-0 14-10

1989 • 3-7, 1-4 LFC S 9 Ramapo S 15 at Hofstra S 23 St. John’s* S 30 at Iona* O 7 C.W. Post* O 13 at Bentley O 21 Stonehill O 28 Kings Point* N 4 WPI N 11 at Pace*

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13-33 6-28 21-38 10-40 10-14 43-24 41-31 26-10 6-38 9-10

1992 • 5-5, 2-3 FFC S 12 Pace W S 19 Bentley W S 26 at Coast Guard* W O 3 Sacred Heart W O 10 at Gettysburg L O 17 at Wesley L O 24 Kings Point* L O 31 at W. Connecticut St. * L N 7 Plymouth St.* L N 14 UMass-Lowell* W

28-0 27-12 24-19 20-0 12-15 14-21 7-28 16-20 10-21 31-27

1990 • 1-8-1, 1-4 LFC S 8 Ramapo S 15 Hofstra S 21 at St. John’s*

L L L

0-24 0-48 0-21

1993 • 6-3-1, 3-2 FFC S 11 at Pace S 18 at Jersey City St. S 25 Coast Guard*

20-2 22-22 21-14

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1984 •4-5 S 24 at Hofstra S 21 at FDU-Madison S 29 at UMass-Lowell O 5 at Trenton St. O 13 SUNY-Maritime O 20 Stonehill O 27 at Ramapo N 3 at Brockport N 1 Fitchburg St.

Won Lost -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 4 2 1 4 1 4 2 3 2 3 3 2 4 2 3 2 -- -- 4 4 3 5 4 3 1 7 3 5 5 2 4 3 2 5 5 2 5 2 -- -- 3 2 59 60

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Year-By-Year O 2 O 9 O 23 O 30 N 6 N 13 N 25

at Sacred Heart Gettysburg at Kings Point* W. Connecticut St.* at Plymouth St.* at UMass-Lowell* at St. John’s

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20-13 43-36 21-20 33-6 9-26 18-38 14-17

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1994 • 7-4, 4-2 FFC S 10 Pace W 32-0 S 17 Jersey City St. W 25-7 S 24 at Coast Guard* W 22-21 O 1 Sacred Heart W 22-6 O 8 at Gettysburg L 41-48 O 15 Norwich* W 21-6 O 22 Kings Point* L 6-13 O 29 at W. Connecticut St.* W 32-0 N 5 at Plymouth St.* L 31-37 N 12 UMass-Lowell* W 54-0 ECAC Southeast Championship N 19 Wilkes (ot) L 21-28

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1995 • 7-3, 3-2 FFC S 9 at Pace S 16 at Wagner S 30 at Sacred Heart O 7 Springfield* O 14 at Norwich* O 21 American Int’l. O 28 W. Connecticut St.* N 4 Plymouth St.* N 11 at UMass-Lowell* N 23 at Albany

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21-19 27-28 44-17 33-22 27-12 23-22 13-21 12-20 26-0 40-21

1996 • 6-4 S 14 Pace S 21 Montclair St. S 28 at Bentley O 5 Sacred Heart O 12 at C. Connecticut St. O 19 Albany O 26 C.W. Post N 9 Wagner N 16 at S. Connecticut St. N 28 at St. John’s

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27-21 10-7 6-29 26-9 52-7 12-19 13-16 20-27 31-28 24-9

1997 • 4-6, 4-4 EFC S 13 S. Connecticut St.* S 20 at Pace* S 27 St. John’s O 4 Sacred Heart* O 11 Bentley* O 18 at Albany* O 25 Merrimak* N 1 at Wagner N 8 at American Int’l.* N 15 at C.W. Post*

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13-15 38-7 19-23 22-7 35-9 23-30 17-6 0-10 7-30 0-7

1998 • 3-7, 3-5 EFC S 11 at S. Connecticut St.* S 26 Pace* O 3 at Assumption* O 10 at Bentley* O 17 Albany*

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16-64 30-16 39-6 7-9 16-42

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at Merrimack* Wagner American Int’l.* C.W. Post* at St. John’s

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19-14 13-14 7-35 3-9 3-17

1999 • 5-5, 4-3 NEC S 11 Wagner* S 25 Monmouth* O 2 at Albany* O 9 at Sacred Heart* O 23 at C.W. Post O 30 C. Connecticut St.* N 6 at San Diego N 13 St. Francis (Pa.)* N 20 at Robert Morris* N 26 St. John’s

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12-24 7-3 21-44 48-21 20-44 27-14 9-20 24-6 19-50 28-6

2000 • 2-8, 1-7 NEC S 9 S. Connecticut St. S 16 St. John’s* S 23 at St. Francis (Pa.)* S 30 Albany* O 7 at Wagner* O 14 Sacred Heart* O 21 at Monmouth* O 28 at Jacksonville (ot) N 11 at C. Conn. St.* (ot) N 18 Robert Morris*

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26-0 6-28 60-7 14-47 9-35 6-23 7-34 14-17 34-35 6-36

2001 • 3-6, 3-5 NEC S 21 at St. John’s* (ot) S 29 at Albany* O 6 Wagner* O 13 at Sacred Heart* O 20 Monmouth* O 27 Jacksonville N 3 at Robert Morris* N 10 C. Connecticut St.* N 17 St. Francis (Pa.)*

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3-16 18-28 52-30 24-42 14-33 20-29 19-45 17-15 34-0

2002 • 8-2, 5-2 NEC S 14 St. John’s S 21 at Wagner* S 28 Albany* O 5 at St. Francis (Pa.)* O 12 at Monmouth* O 19 Sacred Heart* O 26 at Siena N 2 at C. Connecticut St.* N 9 Robert Morris* N 16 Canisius

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34-9 14-17 24-20 24-14 9-14 24-13 14-0 24-10 23-13 42-7

2003 • 6-4, 4-3 NEC S 13 Siena S 20 Wagner* S 27 Monmouth* O 4 at Robert Morris* O 11 at Georgetown O 18 St. Francis (Pa.)* O 25 at Albany* N 1 at Sacred Heart* N 8 C. Connecticut St.* N 15 at Iona

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31-3 28-21 14-20 20-23 21-49 49-14 7-40 47-16 36-31 31-20

2004 • 3-7, 2-5 NEC S 4 at Lehigh L S 18 at Wagner* L S 25 at Monmouth* W O 2 Robert Morris* L O 9 Hofstra L O 16 at St. Franics (Pa.)* W O 23 Albany* L O 30 Sacred Heart* L N 6 at C. Connecticut St..* L N 13 Iona W

2-25 13-21 27-0 24-31 21-61 29-21 22-27 35-38 28-38 45-13

2005 • 6-5, 5-2 NEC S 10 Bucknell S 17 at Hofstra S 24 Georgetown O 1 Monmouth* O 8 at Albany* O 15 St. Francis (Pa.)* O 22 at Sacred Heart* O 29 at Robert Morris* N 5 Wagner* N 12 C. Connecticut St.* N 19 at Marist

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21-18 0-55 7-10 7-36 7-3 47-29 14-21 38-37 28-10 23-21 28-30

2006 • 5-6, 5-2 NEC A 31 Hofstra S 9 at Georgetown S 16 at New Hampshire S 23 at Massachusetts S 30 at Monmouth* O 7 Albany* O 14 at St. Francis (Pa.)* O 21 Sacred Heart* O 28 Robert Morris* N 4 at Wagner* N 11 at C. Connecticut St.*

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8-17 0-7 7-62 7-48 36-17 33-21 30-20 38-21 6-21 45-9 32-35

2007 • 6-5 S 1 Georgetown S 8 at Bucknell S 15 at #6 Youngstown St. S 21 Monmouth S 29 at #14 Hofstra O 6 at Albany O 13 at #20 Richmond O 20 Maine (2ot) O 27 Bryant N 10 C. Connecticut St. N 17 at #24 Elon

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35-28 48-20 6-42 21-15 28-33 23-24 0-42 30-23 30-0 34-7 23-38

2008 • 5-6. 3-2 Big South A 30 Colgate S 6 #17 Elon S 13 at Maine S 20 at Brown S 26 Hofstra O 11 at #15 Liberty* O 18 Charleston Southern* O 25 at Coastal Carolina* N 1 Gardner-Webb* N 8 at Iona N 15 VMI*

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42-26 20-30 13-28 7-17 3-43 0-33 20-19 28-24 33-34 68-9 40-26


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Dr. Samuel L. Stanley Jr. University President University of Chicago, ‘76

Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D., began his duties as the fifth President of Stony Brook on July 1, 2009, succeeding Shirley Strum Kenny, Ph.D. who retired after 15 years in the position. Prior to his arrival at Stony Brook, Dr. Stanley held the position of Vice Chancellor for Research and Professor in the Department of Molecular Microbiology at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. As Vice Chancellor for Research at Washington University, Dr. Stanley is credited with substantially advancing the research enterprise. In this role, he oversaw a research portfolio of $548 million, including $391 million in NIH funding. His responsibilities encompassed a broad array of activities associated with the management of these extramural research funds, including, but not limited to, the full range of matters related to undergraduate, graduate, and faculty research, and technology transfer.

Since 2003, Dr. Stanley has also served as Director of the National Institutes of Health-funded Midwest Regional Center for Excellence for Biodefense and Emerging Infectious Diseases. Dr. Stanley received his B.A. with honors in biology in 1976 from the University of Chicago and his M.D. in 1980 from Harvard Medical School. After his internship at Massachusetts General Hospital, he was named a Fellow in Infectious Diseases at Washington University School of Medicine. The author and co-author of dozens of peer-reviewed articles and scholarly

Dr. Randall Susman

Faculty Athletics Representative

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Dr. Randall Susman enters his seventh year as the Faculty Athletic Representative at Stony Brook University. Susman is a Professor of Anatomical Sciences in the School of Medicine. His research activities span the fossil evidence of early human evolution in Africa, studies of wild apes in central Africa, and the comparative anatomy of humans and our closest relatives, the African apes. His publications appear in numerous professional journals and the popular

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press, and he is a regular contributor to the World Book Encyclopedia. Susman has taught human anatomy, human evolution, anatomy for artists, and other courses at Stony Brook over the past 28 years. He is a member of the graduate programs in Anthropological Sciences and Ecology and Evolution in addition to the graduate program in Anatomical Sciences in the Health Science Center. He has served as Director of the graduate programs in Anatomical Sciences and the Doctoral Program in Anthropological

publications, Dr. Stanley is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Burrough’s Welcome Scholar Award in Molecular Parasitology and the Distinguished Service Teaching Award from the Students at Washington University. He sits on a number of community, regional, and national science advisory boards, including the NIH National Advisory Allergy & Infectious Diseases Council; the U.S. Department of Commerce Emerging Technology and Research Advisory Committee; Research Alliance of Missouri; Saint Louis Academy of Science; and St. Louis Center of Excellence, Missouri Life Sciences Trust Fund, and is an Ambassador for the Paul G. Rogers Society for Global Health Research.. Dr. Stanley is married to Ellen Li, M.D. Ph.D., a world renowned gastroenterologist and researcher who is also a Professor at Washington University’s School of Medicine. Drs. Stanley and Li are the parents of four children.

Sciences. For the past year he has s e r v e d a s S t o n y B r o o k ’s F a c u l t y Athletic Representative. Susman received his bachelor of arts degree in biological anthropology from UC Davis in 1970. He did his postgraduate work at the University of Chicago where he earned both his masters and Ph.D. in evolutionary anthropology. He earned his law degree from the Jacob Fuchsberg Law Center at Touro College in 1988.


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Jim Fiore

Director of Athletics Hofstra, ‘91

moving to the Division I level. Fiore has seen the department balance its budget every year since 2004 and has overseen a dramatic budget growth to $23 million. Beginning in the ‘04-’05 academic year Stony Brook University Athletics realized a near 20 percent increase in its operating budget due to new revenue streams for the department. Additionally, Stony Brook has teamed up with Islanders Media Inc. as the athletic department continues to nurture and foster strong bonds with the Long Island corporate community. Under Fiore’s leadership, Stony Brook student-athletes have also attained new levels of achievement in the classroom. Since his arrival to Stony Brook, the GPA for America East Seawolf student-athletes has risen from 2.86 in 2003 to a 3.08 in the Fall of 2008. In the fall of 2008, 15 of 20 teams earned team GPAs above 3.0 and 57 percent of Stony Brook’s America East Fall studentathletes were named to the America East Honor Roll or the America East Commissioner’s Honor Roll for earning above a 3.0 or 3.5 GPA respectively. The ‘07’08 academic year proved to be Stony Brook’s most successful season academically as its student-athletes compiled a department best overall G.P.A. of 3.06 and saw over 250 student-athletes named to the America East Honor Rolls - the most since joining the America East in 2001. Coinciding with this success, the 6,000-square foot state-of-the-art Goldstein Student-Athlete Development Center has proven to be an advantage in recruiting and for current Seawolves student-athletes. Fiore currently serves on University President Samuel L. Stanley Jr.’s Cabinet and was also appointed by former President Kenny to co-chair the strategic plan for image and identity committee. He has also served on the honorary degree, weekend life, NCAA certification and the university sponsorship committees. In 2005 he was appointed to the Executive Committee of the America East Conference and currently serves as the

Chairman of the group. Fiore also is a member of the NCAA Division I Championships/Sports Management Cabinet and has been appointed to the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel. In August of 2008 he was appointed to the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) executive board. Prior to his arrival at Stony Brook, he provided department-wide leadership in support of the director of athletics at Princeton University from 1999-2003, a program that supports 38 sports, 40 club sports programs and more than 1,000 student-athletes. A member of the senior management team, he was responsible for all athletic programming oversight of all varsity intercollegiate programs. In addition, Fiore directed all personnel matters including the coordination of national searches for coaches, staff and administrative positions. Along with the director of athletics, he also assisted in the planning for short and long-term capital improvements. During Fiore’s tenure, Princeton achieved extraordinary success on the fields of play and in the classroom. A native of Long Beach, N.Y., Fiore graduated from Long Beach High School and went on to attain his Bachelor of Arts degree from Hofstra University, where he played free safety for the football team. Upon graduation from Hofstra, Fiore went on to receive a master’s degree in Education from Springfield College. Additionally, he received a certificate from The Sports Management Institute held at the University of Notre Dame and University of South Carolina. Fiore and his wife Lisa have a son Michael who is seven years old. They currently reside in Stony Brook.

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On July 23, 2003, President Shirley Strum Kenny introduced Jim Fiore as the ninth Director of Athletics in Stony Brook University history stating “Jim has the energy, drive, enthusiasm and intelligence to take this program, in the tradition of Stony Brook, very far, very fast.” At the time of his hire Fiore was one of the youngest Directors of Athletics in NCAA Division I. Since his arrival at Stony Book from Princeton University in August 2003, Fiore has hit the ground running and pointed Stony Brook on an aggressive course for success in all aspects of intercollegiate athletics. He has undertaken a major restructuring of the intercollegiate athletics program including the hiring of new coaching and administrative staff, dramatic facility upgrades and improved revenue generation. Fiore has also turned his attention to department-wide fundraising efforts, with his efforts seeing a dramatic increase in major gifts, annual giving revenue and overall volume of donors. In an effort to take a lead role in the university’s $300 million capital campaign, the Department of Athletics has secured several major gifts, three of which were the largest philanthropic gifts given to athletics in its history. In July 2005, the athletic department adopted a new philosophy for the annual Providing Athletes With Support (P.A.W.S.) fundraising campaign, a philosophy that streamlined the annual fundraising process to prepare Stony Brook to exceed all fundraising expectations in the future. In addition, he created the Athletic Director Advisory Council; a 19-member board comprised of Stony Brook alumni, staff and community members that will advise Fiore in the fundraising advancement process. His attention to the bottom line resulted in a new athletic department budget process that relieved the department of a multi million dollar debt and an annual systemic deficit, resulting in a balanced budget. The first time that Stony Brook has realized that goal since

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Administration Head Coaches

Dave Alexander

Megan Bryant

Men’s & Women’s Swimming & Diving

Allison Comito

Softball

Michele Cherry

Women’s Basketball

Andy Ronan

Men’s & Women’s CC/Track & Field

Gary Glassman

Women’s Lacrosse

Deb Matejka-DesLauriers

Steve Pikiell

Volleyball

Men’s Basketball

Sue Ryan

Matt Senk

Women’s Soccer

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Cesar Markovic

Men’s & Women’s Tennis

Men’s Soccer

Chuck Priore Football

Rick Sowell

Men’s Lacrosse

(Area Code 631) Administration and Staff Offensive Line: Jon Woods........................................................632-3285 Athletic Director: Jim Fiore........................................................632-7205 Tight Ends: Michael Iafrate........................................................632-4603 Executive Associate AD: Paul Schlickmann..............................632-7194 Defensive Backs: Richie Richards............................................632-4637 Sr. Associate AD/SWA: Donna Woodruff...................................632-7174 Asst. Defensive Line: Patrick Hatch..........................................632-4602 Assoc. AD - Business Operations & Admin.: Matt Larsen.........632-4516 Running Backs: Greg Toop........................................................632-4670 Asst. AD - Sports Administration: Sue Serafini..........................632-7553 Coord. of Football Operations: TJ Donatelli..............................632-4670 Asst. AD - External Services: Rob Emmerich............................632-6312 Football Fax...............................................................................632-4679 Asst. AD - Sports Medicine: Kathy Koshansky..........................632-7217 Head Coaches Asst. AD - S/A Development: Courtney Sanfelippo...................632-4952 Baseball: Matt Senk..................................................................632-9226 Asst. AD - Compliance: Stephen Clacherty...............................632-7195 Men’s Basketball: Steve Pikiell..................................................632-4583 Director of Equipment Operations: Enzo Zucconi.....................632-4149 Women’s Basketball: Michele Cherry........................................632-4583 Director of Athletic Communications: Phil Hess........................632-7289 Men’s Lacrosse: Rick Sowell.....................................................632-7219 Director of Speed, Strength and Cond.: David VanDyke...........632-4319 Women’s Lacrosse: Allison Comito...........................................632-4089 Administrative Fax.....................................................................632-7122 Men’s Soccer: Cesar Markovic..................................................632-4089 Football Office Women’s Soccer: Sue Ryan......................................................632-7216 Head Coach: Chuck Priore Softball: Megan Bryant..............................................................632-7282 Asst. Head Coach of the Defense/Def. Coord.: Jim Gush........632-4363 Men’s & Women’s Swimming & Diving: Dave Alexander..........632-7204 Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks: Jeff Behrman..................632-7424 Men’s and Women’s Tennis: Gary Glassman............................632-7208 Linebackers/Special Teams: Joe Tricario..................................632-7169 M & W Cross Country/Track & Field: Andy Ronan....................632-7214 Defensive Line: Tony Thompson...............................................632-4638 Volleyball: Deb Matejka-DesLauriers........................................632-7212 Wide Receivers: Carlton Goff....................................................632-4604

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Susan Abbott Coordinator of Events

BJ Ercolino

Dan Arena

Asst. Equipment Manager

John Espey

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Assistant Director of Facilities

Sam Kornhauser

Kathy Koshansky

Athletics Advancement Officer

Todd Phelps

John Carpenter Equipment Operations Assistant

Stephen Clacherty

Asst. AD for Compliance

Roy Flores

Matt Franck

Matt Larsen

Andrea Lebedinski

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Assistant AD for Sports Medicine

Associate AD for Business Operations and Administration

Stephanie Poetzsch

Courtney Sanfelippo

Coordinator of Recruiting & Eligibility

Coordinator of Merchandise & Branding

Paul Schlickmann

Facilities Assistant

Assistant AD for Student-Athlete Development

Executive Associate Director of Athletics

Abe Turpin

David Van Dyke

John VanWagner

Jordan Vardell

Facilities Manager

Director of Speed, Strength and Conditioning

Manager of Marketing & Corporate Sales

Coordinator of External Services

Coordinator of Scheduling

Lisa Drane

Rob Emmerich

Danielle Hibbard

Sarah Kearney

Nicholas Kolb

Michael Derice

Academic Advisor

Asst. Speed, Strength and Conditioning Coach

Eric Lehnert

Rachael Lyall

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Mary Scully

Adminstrative Asst., M/W Basketball

Donna Woodruff

Senior Associate AD/ SWA

Asst. AD for External Services

Asst. Director of Speed, Strength and Conditioning

Adam McLeod

Coordinator of Business Operations

Event Coordinator

Sue Serafini

Mary Tovornik

Todd Wyant

Enzo Zucconi

Assistant AD for Sports Administration

Assistant Director of Student-Athlete Development

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Director of Equipment Operations

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Sports Medicine

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Certified Athletic Trainers (ATC’s) are the liaison between the student-athlete and the medical community. The primary goal of the sports medicine staff is to provide health care for student-athletes competing at the intercollegiate level for Stony Brook University. The Seawolves sports medicine staff consists of BOC (Board of Certification) certified athletic trainers and athletic training students from the Athletic Training Education Program who are under the supervision and direction of Dr. Stuart Cherney, Head Team Physician, In addition, the Stony Brook Student Health Service and many medical specialists in the community assist the athletic trainers and team physicians in providing quality health care for the Seawolves. Athletic trainers are an integral part of every intercollegiate athletic program to ensure that student-athletes are competing in a safe and healthy environment. Each Stony Brook studentathlete is monitored with yearly athletic physicals, medical questionnaires, and orthopaedic baseline examinations. On a daily basis, the sports medicine staff directly supervises all high-risk sport activities and serves as the primary healthcare practitioner for all student-athletes. Preventive measures are taken to reduce the risk of injury and/or re-injury. Should a student-athlete become injured, the certified athletic trainer recognizes and diagnoses the injury, provides immediate care, makes a timely referral (if necessary), initiates treatment and develops/directs a rehabilitation plan for all injuries. Education of student-athletes is extremely important in the areas of injury prevention, nutrition, hygiene, substance abuse, etc. This is coordinated through the done through the sports medicine staff. Stony Brook University has two (2) Athletic Training Rooms. Both have state of the art equipment for injury treatment, such as cold compression units, electrical modalities and emergency equipment. The Intercollegiate Athletic Training Room is located in the Indoor Sports Complex just off the Arena floor to the rear of the building. It houses more specialized rehabilitation devices such as: Biodex, treadmill, exercise bikes, balance devices, and Exogen units; as well as a diagnostic Flouroscan machine. The Stadium Athletic Training Room is located on the field level

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of the LaValle Stadium. Both facilities are fully equipped and functional for everyday practice and game-day operations. Stony Brook University, through the School of Health Technology and Management, offers an Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP), which became CAATE accredited in September 2004. The program has four full time faculty members in addition to several adjunct professors with an Athletic Training Lab to help guide the ATEP students towards becom-

ing Certified Athletic Trainers. A notable alumnus of the Stony Brook athletic training program is Lisa White, MA, ATC, Stony Brook ‘87, inducted into the Stony Brook Hall of Fame in May ‘98. Lisa is the Head Athletic Trainer with the WNBA New York Liberty. Lisa was a superb student athletic trainer during her undergraduate years at Stony Brook, where she also excelled in Women’s Basketball. In addition, several other alumni of the Athletic Training program have gone on to become certified athletic trainers at the high school, college and clinic levels, as well as entered other allied health care professions such as: medical doctor, physician assistant, physical therapy, occupational therapy and respiratory therapy.

All Sport Orthopaedic Surgery Stuart Cherney, M.D.

Stony Brook Sports Medicine Staff Asst. AD for Sports Medicine Kathy Koshansky, ATC

Head Team Physician Dr. Stuart B. Cherney

Associate Athletic Trainer Mary Tovornik, ATC

Associated Physicians Dr. James Penna Dr. Joseph White Dr. Donna Meltzer Dr. Mark Wolff

Assistant Athletic Trainers BJ Ercolino, ATC Roy Flores, ATC Eric Lehnert, ATC, EMT-CC Brandon Mitchell, ATC

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• Knee

290 East Main St. Smithtown, N.Y. 11787 Phone: 631-361-7867 Fax: 631-366-3290 www.allsportorthopaedics.baweb.com Hours: Mon.-Fri. - 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Arthroscopic Surgery • Shoulder • Ankle • Elbow

• Office and conservative management available for all sports injuries • Knee ligament repair including ACL reconstruction • Latest surgical techniques, including meniscus repair, ligament allografts, thermal wand • Shoulder surgery -- including instability and rotator cuff injuries • Custom bracing and orthosis • Arrangments for speicialized diagnostic testing (MRI, Bone Scan, Thermogram, Bone Density, EMG, etc.) • Referral to top physcial therapists in the area • Friendly, helpful and efficient office staff


Media Information Press Facilities

Stony Brook’s press box is located on the East side of LaValle Stadium. Admittance to the press level (P) is via elevator through Gate 3 and is by official credential only.

Interviews

All interview requests for players or coaches should be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance through the Athletic Communications Office by calling Phil Hess (631-632-7289). The best time to interview players is after practice. Practice times can vary so please contact the Athletic Communications Office to confirm times. Home and cell phone numbers will not be provided and players have been instructed not to accept calls from media without prior notice from the Athletic Communications Office. There will be no interviews on the day of a game until after the game is finished.

Post Game

Stony Brook players and coaches will be available for interviews following each game after a brief cooling off period. Interviews will be conducted in the Stony Brook Sports Complex located behind the South end zone (locker room end) of LaValle Stadium. Please see a Stony Brook athletic communications representative for directions to the interview area and/ or to request interviews. Interviews for the visiting team and coaches will be coordinated by the opponent SID. The Stony Brook locker and training rooms are off limits to media at all times.

Credentials

Requests for press, radio, television and photo credentials should be made to Phil Hess in the Stony Brook Athletic Communications Office either by phone (631-632-7289) or by email (philip.hess@stonybrook. edu). Please make your request at least 24 hours prior to the game. Since space is limited, accommodations are on a priority basis. Priority is granted to members of the media who cover Stony Brook athletics on a regular basis and to visiting media members. Photo passes will be issued only to accredited photographers on assignment. Please direct all requests for road contests to Phil Hess or the host school’s media relations director.

Press Will Call

Game credentials not mailed can be picked up at the media entrance at Gate 3.

Parking

Game day press parking is located in the LaValle Stadium parking lot which is adjacent to the press box (East) side of the stadium. Contact the Athletic Communications Office for access.

please contact the Athletic Communications Office. Out-going calls should be made on a collect or calling card basis.

Television

News stations covering the game must shoot from either the photo deck (roof) or on the field level outside the bench areas.

Internet at LaValle Stadium

LaValle Stadium is fully equipped with both internet jacks and wireless access. Contact a member of the Athletic Communications office for assistance.

Seawolves on the Web

For up-to-date game stories, stats, schedule and results log on to www. goseawolves.org. Stony Brook radio broadcasts will be streamed on the athletics webpage. Video streaming of games is also available.

Weekly Teleconference

Coach Chuck Priore will be available to the media each Tuesday during the season via the Big South Conference weekly teleconference starting on September 1 and continuing through November 17. Priore will be featured at approximately 11:00 a.m. each week. Each call will be recorded and available for playback on the Conference’s website, BigSouthSports. com. To inquire about participation, contact Mark Simpson at the Big South Conference office at 704-341-7990 or marks@bigsouth.org.

Directions to Stony Brook

Stony Brook University is situated on an 1,100 acre site (see campus maps) on the north shore of Long Island in southeastern New York. We are approximately 60 miles east of New York City. By Car: From New York City, take the Long Island Expressway (LIE, I-495) eastbound from the Queens Midtown Tunnel in Manhattan or the Throgs Neck Bridge or Whitestone Bridge in Queens to exit 62, and follow Nicolls Road (Route 97) north for 9 miles. The main entrance to the University is on the left. By Ferry: Car ferries cross Long Island Sound at Bridgeport, Connecticut to Port Jefferson, Long Island. Take Route 25A west to Nicolls Road, and turn left on Nicolls. The University entrances are the first three intersections you come to. From New London, Connecticut to Orient Point, Long Island, take Route 25A west to Nicolls Road and proceed as above. To get to LaValle Stadium use the north entrance to campus. Make a left at the top of the hill (Circle Road) and go to the first stop sign. Make a right on Stadium Road and follow until you see the stadium parking lot on your right.

Statistics / Services

Halftime and final individual and team statistics, quarter play-by-play, scoring summaries, defensive stats and drive charts are provided. Complete books are available approximately 30 minutes after the game. Stat monitors are provided in the working press and radio areas. Media guides and game notes are made available before each contest. A meal will be served 90 minutes before kickoff.

Photo passes will be issued only to accredited photographers on assignment. Under NCAA rules, photographers are not allowed between the 25-yard lines and must remain outside of the restraining lines surrounding the playing field.

Radio

Radio lines (analog) are available to visiting radio at LaValle Stadium on a reciprocal basis or for a fee of $100 per line. For ISDN line availability Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium

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Athletic Communications Athletic Communications Staff Phil Hess

Director of Athletic Communications (Football Contact)

Phone: 631-632-7289 Cell: 248-840-2655 Email: philip.hess@stonybrook.edu

Jeremy Cohen

Athletic Communications Assistant

Phone: 631-632-6328 Email: jeremy.cohen@stonybrook.edu

Adam Gutes

Athletic Communications Assistant

Phone: 631-632-7125 Email: adam.gutes@stonybrook.edu

Craig Schroeder

Athletic Communications Assistant

University Information

School:..............................................................Stony Brook University Location:....................................................................Stony Brook, N.Y. Founded:.......................................................................................1957 Enrollment:.................................................................................23,997 Nickname:............................................................................Seawolves Colors:................................................................... Red, Blue and Grey Affiliation:.........................................................................NCAA I (FCS) Conference:...................................................Big South (Football Only) Stadium:..........................................................LaValle Stadium (8,136) Surface:..................................................................................Field Turf President:.............................. Dr. Samuel L. Stanley, Jr. (Chicago, ‘76) Athletics Director:............................................. Jim Fiore (Hofstra, ‘91) Athletics Phone:..............................................................631-632-7205 Ticket Office Phone:..................................................... 631-632-WOLF

Coaching Staff

Head Coach:............................................... Chuck Priore (Albany, ‘82) Record at Stony Brook:..............................................16-17 (3 yrs.) Career Record:.........................................................56-27 (98 yrs.) Football Office Phone:.....................................................631-632-4670 Best Time to Contact:.......................................... Contact Through SID Assistant Coaches: Jim Gush (Bucknell ’81), 1st year – Asst. HC of the Defense/DC Jeff Behrman (John Carroll ’95), 4th year – Off. Coord., QBs Joe Tricario (Cortland St. ’83), 4th year – Linebackers/ST Coord. Tony Thompson (Stony Brook ’97), 3rd year – Defensive Line Carlton Goff (Illinois Coll. ’95), 4th year – Wide Receivers Jon Woods (Union ’04), 5th year – Offensive Line Michael Iafrate (Davidson ’07), 3rd year – Tight Ends Richie Richards (Stony Brook, ’06), 1st year – Defensive Backs Patrick Hatch (Union, ’06), 1st year – Asst. Defensive Line Greg Toop (Southern Connecticut St. ’72), 3rd year – RB Coord. of FB Operations:........TJ Donatelli (Temple, ‘06), 4th year Strenghth & Nutrition Coach:...............................David Van Dyke Athletic Trainer:.......................................................Mary Tovornik Academic Advisor...................................................... Todd Wyant

Team Information

Phone: 631-632-7293 Email: craig.schroeder@stonybrook.edu

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Stony Brook Athletic Communications Mailing Address Stony Brook University Sports Complex Stony Brook, NY 11794-3500 Important Telephone Numbers Communications Office......... 631-632-7289 Communications Fax............. 631-632-8841 Football Office....................... 631-632-4670 Football Fax........................... 631-632-4679 Seawolves Hotline............... 631-632-WOLF Press Box.............................. 631-632-4037

Total Home Away Neutral 2009 Record 5-6 3-3 2-3 0-0 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost:................................................7/4 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost:...............................................8/3 Specialists Returning/Lost:...........................................................4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:...................................................40/21 Newcomers:...................................................................................27 Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

2009 Schedule

at Hofstra at Colgate BROWN at Massachusetts PRESBYTERIAN* at North Dakota at VMI* COASTAL CAROLINA* at Gardner-Webb* at Charleston Southern* LIBERTY*

*Big South game, all times Eastern

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Hempstead, N.Y. 7:00 p.m. Hamilton, N.Y. 6:00 p.m. STONY BROOK 6:00 p.m. Amherst, Mass. 6:00 p.m. STONY BROOK 3:00 p.m. Grand Forks, N.D. 2:00 p.m. Lexington, Va. 1:30 p.m. STONY BROOK 6:00 p.m. Boiling Springs, N.C. 1:30 p.m. Charleston, S.C. 1:30 p.m. STONY BROOK 1:00 p.m.



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