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Contents/Credits . ...................................................................... 1 2010 Seawolves Football........................................................ 2-3 Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium.................................................... 4-5 The Goldstein Family Student-Athlete Development Center...... 6 Speed, Strength and Conditioning.............................................. 7 Stony Brook University............................................................ 8-9 Long Island, New York......................................................... 10-11 This Is Stony Brook Football..................................................... 12

Coaching Staff

Chuck Priore, Head Coach.................................................. 24-25 Assistant Coaches............................................................... 26-29 Stony Brook Football Philosophy.............................................. 30

University/Media Information

Dr. Samuel L. Stanley Jr., President......................................... 90 Dr. Randall Susman, Faculty Athletics Representative............ 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

Returning Player Profiles..................................................... 32-47 Newcomer Profiles.............................................................. 47-50

2009 In Review

2009 Statistics..................................................................... 52-55 2009 Starting Lineups............................................................... 56 2009 Box Scores................................................................. 57-60

2009 Review

2010 Opponents

Opponent Information.......................................................... 62-64 All-Time Record vs. Opponents................................................ 65 Big South Conference.............................................................. 66 Big South Key Dates................................................................ 67

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2009 Big South Conference Co-Champions

2009 Football

Visit Stony Brook’s official athletics website for up-to-date information on all of Stony Brook’s 20 sports, including results, team rosters, coaches’ and player’s profiles, schedules and statistics. Live stats, audio and video streaming of games are also available through the site. To watch Stony Brook football on the web click on the All-Access link on the right side of the athletics home page and and follow the instructions.

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Credits: The 2010 Stony Brook Football media guide is a publication of the Stony Brook Athletics Communication Office. Written and designed by Adam Gutes. Cover designs by John Schaffhauser, Schaffhauser Design, Canton, Miss. Editorial assistance provided by Jeremy Cohen. Photos by Bob O’Rourk and the Stony Brook University Communications office. Printed New York Press & Graphics, Albany, N.Y. Additional copies of this publication can be purchased for $10 apiece, please contact the Stony Brook Athletics Communications Office.

Meet the Seawolves

Meet the Seawolves

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

Coaching Staff

Season Preview................................................................... 14-17 2010 Rosters....................................................................... 18-19 Roster Analysis......................................................................... 20 Preseason Depth Chart............................................................ 21 Seawolves by State.................................................................. 22

Records & History

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2009 Big South In Review........................................................ 68 2010 Preseason Honors/Record vs. 2010 Opponents............. 69 2010 Big South Composite Schedule....................................... 70

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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. Nov. 21, 2009 Stony Brook tops Liberty, 36-33, to claim a share of the Big South Conference title. May 23, 2010 A standing-room only crowd of over 10,000 fans watch Stony Brook and Virginia play in the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse North Quarterfinals.

• Stony Brook studentathletes achieved an overall America East GPA of 3.03 in 2009-10, the fourth straight year it has been over 3.0.

• 213 student-athletes were named to the America East Honor Roll in 2009-10.

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

• Five Stony Brook student-athletes were honored as 2010 SUNY Chancellor ScholarAthletes.

2010 Outlook

Season Preview It doesn’t seem that long ago when in the spring of 2007,

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he touches the ball.

associate member in football. And it didn’t take that long to

Certainly having him

prove that the Seawolves belonged, as in their second year as

and Conte the last two

a member in the predominantly-southern-school conference,

years afforded us a

SBU’s football team claimed a share of the Big South title.

nice combination, and

The conference title, the Seawolves’ first since 2005, when

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they won a share of the Northeast Conference, came down

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the game every time

the Big South invited Stony Brook to join the conference as an

to the final week of the season, as Stony Brook outlasted #16

now Eddie will move into the lead role.” Gowins has led

Liberty, 36-33. Not only did the win clinch a title, but it also was

Stony Brook in rush-

Stony Brook’s first victory over a ranked opponent and snapped

ing in each of his two

the Flames’ Big South winning streak at 16 games.

seasons and now will

“There are still a lot of expectations with this team,” coach

be the featured back

Chuck Priore said. “Expectations of getting better, expectations

in a running game

of improving where we were. At the end of the day, we were a

that figures to remain

6-5 team even though we were 5-1 in conference. We would

effective.

like to build our non-conference wins and be consistent in a very

Complement-

competitive league. It’s really important for us to focus on the

ing Gowins are a

little things; games are won and lost during preparation in the

pair of transfers in

summertime and preseason.’’

junior Brock Jackol-

Priore, in his fifth season at Stony Brook, will have to replace standouts Conte Cuttino, Tyler Santucci and Chris Richards as well as losses on the offensive and defensive line, all due

Junior Edwin Gowins led Stony Brook in rushing for a second straight season en route to earning All-Big South honors.

ski (Shirley, N.Y.) and sophomore Miguel Maysonet (Riverhead, N.Y.). Jackolski was an all-around threat for two years at Hofstra,

to graduation. So what does Priore expect from his squad? A

leading the Pride in all-purpose yards (109.1 per game), touch-

continued commitment to getting better each and every day and

downs (eight), rush average (6.3), kick return average (23.8)

the goal of staying atop the Big South Conference.

and scoring (48) as a freshman. The New York State Player of

This season has a different wrinkle to it, as the winner of the Big South will gain an automatic bid to the 20-team Football

the Year in Class AA as a high school senior, Jackolski earned the Hansen Award as Suffolk County’s most outstanding player.

Subdivision Championship (FCS) playoffs.

Maysonet comes to Stony Brook with

Come November 20, when Stony Brook

his own list of gaudy credentials. Also a

travels to face Liberty, the showdown that

New York State Player of the Year and

took place at LaValle Stadium in 2009

Hansen Award winner, Maysonet led

could be for the conference title.

Hofstra in rushing yards and rushing touchdowns as a true freshman. “We

Running Backs

have a nice situation with our two transfers from Hofstra,” Priore said. “They

Despite the graduation of Cuttino, the

will both see plenty of playing time. Both

position remains in good hands as junior

competed in the CAA and have had suc-

Edwin Gowins (Bellport, N.Y.) takes

cessful seasons.’’

over the starting duties in 2010. Gowins

The depth at running back will be aided

already has totaled 2,200 yards in two sea-

by redshirt freshman Vincent Polo (Wan-

sons, ranking fourth all-time in school his-

tagh, N.Y.).

tory. An All-Big South first-team selection

Quarterbacks

as a freshman and sophomore, Gowins was named to the preseason first team.

Junior Michael Coulter (Yorba Linda,

“We’re excited to have Eddie back for another year and hopefully a healthy one,” Priore said. “He’s got the ability to change

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Junior Michael Coulter led the Big South with 15 touchdowns in 2009.

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Calif.) stepped in for sophomore Dayne Hoffman (Ada, Mich.), starting every

and Jordan Gush having solid first seasons will carry over to

more than 2,000 yards of offense in the Big South in 2009.

this season,’’ Priore said. Also figuring into the mix is junior

Coulter, who led the Big South with 15 touchdown passes, also

Cameron Hall (Foothill Ranch, Calif.), a big target at 6-4 and

engineered game-winning drives in the final minutes of three

200 pounds. “Then you bring up the freshmen we redshirted

games (Brown, VMI and Liberty). Finishing second in the con-

like Myles Campbell (Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.), Chris Mc-

ference in passing efficiency and third in passing yards, Coulter

Millan (New York, N.Y.) and Major Mobley (Mt. Laurel, N.J.).

is the lone quarterback on the roster with significant game

The key about this group is that it will be done by committee,

experience. “We’re excited to have Michael back for another

but we certainly have more depth and I think we can challenge

season,” Priore said. “He’s a coach’s dream at the quarterback

defenses with that depth.”

position. He’s cerebral, understands the game and will execute the things you ask him to do. We can put a lot of the game in

Tight Ends

his hands as evidenced by his late-game execution.” The graduation of Chris Tyler, Melaquan Saffold and Bo Cassel leaves the Seawolves with little experience at the tight

hurt our depth at the position, but we brought in a junior college

end position, so Priore will be looking toward new players at

transfer in January (Kyle Essington) to compete with Michael

the position. Sophomore Brett Arce (Coalinga, Calif.) and sophomore

into the season,’’ Priore said. Essington, a Southern California

David Shukri (Lindenhurst, N.Y.) have been in the program for

native, threw for six touchdowns and ran for two more in helping

more than a year and will be battling at a position vital to the

Fullerton College to a 10-2 record and a Southern Conference

Seawolves’ offense. “Both are tall, weight room-tested kids,

championship in 2009.

talented athletically on the field,’’ Priore said. “I

Receivers

think they’re going to be very good players but they’re inexperienced.”

has been since Priore took over as coach in 2006. “We prob-

Sophomore Chris

ably lack the pure star player, but we have more depth,” he said.

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Stony Brook’s corps of wide receivers will be the deepest it

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and hopefully be able to handle a number two role as we move

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Hoffman, who played in one game last season, will miss 2010 while recovering from elbow surgery. “Not having Dayne will

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game in 2009. Coulter was one of three players to finish with

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Fenelon (Bellerose, N.Y.) moves over from

classmen on the roster who have played the position, is a solid

defensive end to tight

receiver who caught 14 passes for 216 yards last season.

end. “Chris will help us

Senior Donald Porter (Charles Town, W.Va.) has the ability

with our depth. He’s a

to stretch the field, as evidenced by his 156-yard outing against

physical kid who’s been

Presbyterian in which he had touchdown catches of 59 and 60

in the weight room,”

yards. Porter led the team with 476 receiving yards and enters

Priore said.

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Senior Michael Lepore (Brick, N.J.), one of three upper-

his final season at Stony Brook as a top target for Coulter. receptions, is a player Priore is sure to count on, as he was an integral part of the offense and special teams. In his first season at SBU, Brevi totaled 344 yards and two touchdowns.

The offensive line graduated three players, including Jeff Santos

and Chris Pugliese, but depth-wise, the Seawolves should be

had 26 receptions and led the team with six touchdowns. Gush,

in good shape. Senior captain Paul Fenaroli (Monroe, Conn.),

like Brevi, will play a key role on special teams as the Sea-

an All-Big South first-team selection in 2009 and preseason all-

wolves’ primary punt returner.

conference in 2010, has made 27 consecutive starts at center

Porter, Brevi and Gush accounted for 13 of the 16 touchdown passes caught by Stony Brook receivers in 2009. “A guy like Michael Lepore being a crafty player, D.J. Porter with three years of experience under his belt and Matt Brevi

and will anchor the offensive line in 2010. Joining Gowins on the preseason first team, Fenaroli earned honorable mention honors on the Fabulous Fifty All-America Team by the College Sporting News. He anchors a line that has blocked for two of

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up with Coulter on the game-winning drive against Liberty, also

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Sophomore Jordan Gush (Richardson, Texas), who hooked

Senior captain Paul Fenaroli leads the offensive line with 27 consecutive starts coming into the 2010 season.

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Offensive Line

Junior Matt Brevi (Tampa, Fla.), who tied for second with 26

the league’s top backs in each of the past two seasons, helping

junior Andrew

clear the way for a rushing attack that ranked 29th in the nation

Nelson (Union-

in 2009 and allowed only 1.36 sacks per game to rank 25th

dale, N.Y.) will add

nationally.

depth and needed

Senior Brian Crew (Galt, Calif.), who started each of the last

experience. Two players,

nine games, had a good first season at guard for the Seawolves

redshirt freshmen

N.J.), a transfer from Maryland who started four games, saw

Alex Probasco (Manhattan Beach,

Priore.

Calif.) and Elias

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and will be joined on the line by junior Joe Faiella (Freehold, action in 10 and will do very well in the system, according to

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program for three years but has seen limited playing time, junior

add depth after

Phillip Vournazos (Buena Park, Calif.) and redshirt freshmen

learning the defen-

Michael Bamiro (Tobyhanna, Pa.) and Scott Hernandez (Ar-

sive system. Se-

lington, Texas) add depth along the line.

nior Frank Conti

Martinez (Long

Senior Armand Poole (Grayson, Ga.), a three-year starter at guard for Hofstra, has transferred to Stony Brook for his final

Beach, Calif.), are

season of elibility. He’ll add experience and depth up front.

coming off redshirt

Junior Mario Dattilo (Centereach, N.Y.), who has been in the

“Once again, we’re going to be young at that position, but I

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think potentially we could be more talented,” Priore said.

Defensive Line Two of Stony Brook’s leaders up front last year, juniors Ryan

seasons and will

After missing almost all of 2009, senior linebacker Julian Glenn returns as captain in 2010

(Lake Grove, N.Y.) could be in the mix after missing all of

last year with a knee injury.

Linebackers

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Haber (Lafayette Hill, Pa.) and Michael Marino (Middle Island, N.Y.), who combined to make 19 starts, will be counted on to provide leadership and experience. Haber, who started all 11 games, finished among the team

The 2009 Big South Defensive Player of the Year and quarterback of the defense, Tyler Santucci still will be part of the Stony Brook football family, this year serving as a graduate

leaders in tackles for loss (3.5) and sacks (1.5). Haber’s been

assistant. There is no replacing him, according to Priore, but

in the program for four years and has the ability to play a lead-

similar to the receiver position, quality talent exists from top to

ing role as an interior lineman.

bottom.

Marino also saw action in all 11 games, earning eight starts.

A stable of linebackers will be at Priore’s disposal this

Tough to move around at nearly 300 pounds, Marino played

season, so numbers won’t be an issue. Senior Julian Glenn

an important role on the inside and again will be a candidate to

(Uniondale, N.Y.) who missed practically all of last season with

team with Haber.

a shoulder injury but was able to gain another year of eligibil-

Chris Perri and Ryan Sollazzo played key roles on the defen-

ity, brings a lot of experience to the position. Another senior,

sive line, but each graduated. Stepping into a starting role at

Stephen Schwicke (East Patchogue, N.Y.) has been in the

one defensive end position with be senior Joseph Kirkpatrick

program for four years and has been among the leaders in

(Athens, Texas). Kirkpatrick, a transfer from Trinity Valley CC,

tackles in each of the last three seasons. Glenn and Schwicke

played in all 11 games. Among the team leaders in tackles

will serve as two of Stony Brook’s four team captains in 2010.

for loss, Kirkpatrick totaled 24 tackles, including four against

The rest of the linebacking corps are underclassmen.

Charleston Southern. He also returned a fumble 56 yards,

Sophomore Kenny Tuiloma (Long Beach, Calif.) played in

against the Buccaneers, setting up a field goal. Priore describes senior Jonas Rousseau (Brooklyn, N.Y.) as a player whom he’s looking for great leadership as an ‘‘elder statesman’’ in the program. A speedy defensive end, Rousseau sat out last year, having transferred after two years at Maine. A transfer from Hofstra who started two years for the Pride,

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all 11 games, totaling 31 tackles. He was named Big South Freshman of the Week after a 12-tackle, one-interception performance at Massachusetts on September 26. Sophomore Craig Richardson (Revere, Mass.) saw some action on special teams and could be the replacement for Santucci at middle linebacker. Richardson stepped up in the

second half against

West (Toms River, N.J.) had an outstanding junior season, re-

Liberty with six tackles

cording 80 tackles, three interceptions, three fumble recoveries

and will have to take

and one forced fumble. Against Gardner-Webb, West forced

a leadership role even

a fumble, picked it up and ran it back for a touchdown. In the

though he’s young.

season finale against Liberty, West had three pass break-ups.

Priore calls Richard-

Also in the mix at safety are sophomore Dominick Reyes (Hesperia, Calif.), who played a lot of snaps while replacing

an injured Cory Giddings during the season, and junior Corey

Redshirt freshman

Reginald Francklin

Stringer (Warren, Ohio), a player who Priore said had a phe-

(Valley Stream, N.Y.),

nomenal spring. The trio add size, experience and skill to the

a transfer from Hofstra

position. Sophomore Rich Vitale (Higganum, Conn.) played in all

honors by the Daily

11 games on special teams and could be a backup at safety.

News in high school,

Redshirt freshman Peace Edafe (Staten Island, N.Y.) adds

could also be in the

depth to the position.

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who earned All-City

mix.

Redshirt fresh-

men Adam Nowak Casey Callahan (Sef-

fner, Fla.) and freshman Andres Trujillo (Miami, Fla.) will have to mature early, according to Priore.

Special Teams Stony Brook has the luxury of bringing back both of its kickers from a year ago, sophomores Wesley Skiffington (Brandon, Fla.) and Drew Evangelista (Cedar Grove, N.J.). Skiffington went 15-for-17 on field goals and 26-for-30 on extra points and led the team in scoring with 71 points. He

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was a two-time Big South Special Teams Player of the Week

“We were hit pretty hard at the corner position so we’ll go

All-Stars after going 4-for-4 on extra points and hitting four field

into 2010 building the position. Like at tight end, we won’t have

goals against Presbyterian. His four field goals and 16 points

the experience due to graduation, so we went out and tried to

set school records against the Blue Hose.

solidify some numbers,” Priore said.

Evangelista finished fifth in the Big South with an average punt of 36.7 yards and his 55 punts led the conference. He

Orange, N.J.), a transfer from Rutgers. Hutchins was ranked

had four punts of more than 50 yards and averaged more than

the top cornerback in New Jersey as a high school senior and

54 yards on kickoffs.

a top-100 player overall. Joining him in the defensive backfield for their first season at Stony Brook will be sophomore

Both players shared the kickoff duties last year and Priore would like one player to be more consistent. Nowak will be the team’s long snapper and, according to

Moore (Lakewood, Calif.). A transfer from Utah State and a

Priore, is as good as it gets at this level. He’ll be backed up by

high school teammate of Tuiloma, Armstrong will be counted on

West and Trujillo.

to help with the maturity factor and game experience. Moore, a

The kick returners will be Brevi, Porter, Jackolski and Maysonet, four players who excel at finding open spaces and

in the competitive Nor Cal Football Conference.

seams and have the ability to make big plays. “Brevi has

Junior Sean Burgwardt (Rocky Hill, Conn.), who has been backup time, could see more action. Redshirt freshman Taj Johnson (Upland, Calif.), showed a

shown the ability to be explosive,” Priore said. The duties of punt returner will go to Gush and Campbell. “Statistically, he’s not flashy,’’ Priore said of Gush, ‘’but he gets us the needed yards and controls that aspect of the game.”

lot of promise during spring practice and will add depth to an inexperienced position. Although the cornerbacks may be inexperienced, the safeties aren’t. Senior captain and All-Big South performer Arin

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in the program for three seasons and who has seen some

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transfer from Santa Rosa Junior College, played two seasons

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Sheldon Armstrong (Long Beach, Calif.) and junior Cedrick

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And he did just that, adding junior Al-Majid Hutchins (East

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and was named one of the College Sporting News’ National

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(Pottstown, Pa.),

A three-year starter, senior captain Arin West was a first team All-Big South selection in 2009

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son a “savvy kid.”

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Numerical

No. Name

Cl.

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

Hometown/High School/Last School

1

Al-Majid Hutchins

Jr.

DB

6-0

188

East Orange, N.J./East Orange/Rutgers

3

Julian Glenn*

Sr.

LB

6-1

220

Uniondale, N.Y./Holy Trinity/Maine

4

JeVahn Cruz

Fr.

CB

5-7

150

Wheatley Heights, N.Y./Half Hollow Hills West

5

Miguel Maysonet

So.

RB

5-10

205

Riverhead, N.Y./Riverhead/Hofstra

6

Donald Porter

Sr.

WR

5-8

175

Charles Town, W.Va./Martinsburg

7

Myles Campbell

R-Fr.

WR

5-11

175

Rancho Cucamonga, Calif./John Muir

8

Matt Brevi

Jr.

WR

6-2

215

Tampa, Fla./Armwood/Ft. Hays State

9

Jonas Rousseau

Sr.

DL

6-2

230

Brooklyn, N.Y./Tilden/Maine

10 Michael Coulter

Jr.

QB

6-1

210

Yorba Linda, Calif./El Dorado/Santa Ana College

11 Chris Fenelon

So.

TE

6-2

245

Bellerose, N.Y./St. Francis Prep

12 Cameron Hall

Jr.

WR

6-4

200

Foothill Ranch, Calif./Laguna Hills/Orange Coast College

13 Nick Moody

Fr.

QB

6-2

188

Carrollton, Texas/Creekview

15 Kyle Essington

So.

QB

6-2

177

Chino Hills, Calif./Brea Olinda/Fullerton College

17 Ryan Andersen

Fr.

QB

6-4

175

Ronkonkoma, N.Y./Connetquot

R-Fr.

WR

5-11

175

Mt. Laurel, N.J./Cherokee

Jr.

DB

5-8

185

Rocky Hill, Conn./Rocky Hill

18 Major Mobley 19 Sean Burgwardt

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No. Name

Cl.

Pos.

76

Acey, Matt

Fr.

OL

53

Allen, Luke

Fr.

K

17

Andersen, Ryan

Fr.

QB

84

Arce, Brett

So.

TE

22

Armstrong, Sheldon

So.

DB

69

Bamiro, Michael

R-Fr.

OL

38

Beddoe, Gary

R-Fr.

FB

8

Brevi, Matt

Jr.

WR

19

Burgwardt, Sean

Jr.

DB

56

Callahan, Casey

R-Fr.

LB

7

Campbell, Myles

R-Fr.

WR

92

Coats, Jonathan

Jr.

DL

97

Conti, Frank

Sr.

DL

10

Coulter, Michael

Jr.

QB

65

Crew, Brian

Sr.

OL

40

Cruikshank, Aswand

So.

LB

4

Cruz, JeVahn

Fr.

ATH

70

Dattilo, Mario

Jr.

OL

Fr.

LB

20 Rich Vitale

So.

LB

5-8

180

Higganum, Conn./New London

21 Arin West*

Sr.

DB

6-0

212

Toms River, N.J./Toms River North

22 Sheldon Armstrong

So.

DB

6-0

200

Carson, Calif./Long Beach Poly/Utah State

23 Edwin Gowins

Jr.

RB

5-11

225

Bellport, N.Y./Bellport/Bridgton Academy

44

Dudley, Jawara

24 Dominick Reyes

So.

DB

6-4

205

Hesperia, Calif./Hesperia

31

Edafe, Peace

R-Fr.

S

Essington, Kyle

So.

QB

25 Jordan Gush

So.

WR

6-0

190

Richardson, Texas/J.J. Pearce

15

26 Corey Stringer

Jr.

DB

6-2

195

Warren, Ohio/Harding/Connecticut

27

Evangelista, Drew

So.

K/P

27 Drew Evangelista

So.

K/P

5-8

170

Cedar Grove, N.J./Cedar Grove

63

Faiella, Joe

Jr.

OL

R-Fr.

RB

5-11

185

Wantagh, N.Y./Wantagh

46

Faiella, Matt

R-Fr.

LB

29 Devante Wheeler

Fr.

CB

5-11

180

Staten Island, N.Y./Poly Prep

89

Famulari, Kevin

So.

WR

30 Brock Jackolski

Jr.

RB

5-10

200

Shirley, N.Y./William Floyd/Hofstra

75

Fenaroli, Paul

Sr.

OL

Fenelon, Chris

So.

TE

R-Fr.

LB

28 Vincent Polo

R-Fr.

DB

5-11

208

Staten Island, N.Y./Salisbury School

11

Fr.

RB

6-1

186

Central Islip, N.Y./Sachem North

33

Francklin, Reginald

33 Reginald Francklin

R-Fr.

LB

6-0

230

Valley Stream, N.Y./Holy Cross H.S./Hofstra

76

Gecewicz, Alex

Fr.

OL

34 Stephen Schwicke*

Sr.

LB

6-1

240

East Patchogue, N.Y./Bellport

50

Gibson, Josh

So.

K/P

35 Craig Richardson

So.

LB

6-1

235

Revere, Mass./Malden Catholic/Bridgton Academy

3

Glenn, Julian

Sr.

LB

31 Peace Edafe

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32 Davon Lawrence

36 Taj Johnson

R-Fr.

DB

5-10

185

Upland, Calif./Upland

23

Gowins, Edwin

Jr.

RB

37 Victor Spinelli

R-Fr.

QB

6-1

200

East Northport, N.Y./Northport

25

Gush, Jordan

So.

WR

38 Gary Beddoe

R-Fr.

FB

6-0

240

Endicott, N.Y./Union-Endicott

96

Haber, Ryan

Jr.

DL

So.

FB

6-0

220

Silver Spring, Md./Good Counsel/Carson-Newman

12

Hall, Cameron

Jr.

WR

41 Cedrick Moore

Jr.

DB

5-10

195

Lakewood, Calif./Lakewood/Santa Rosa JC

66

Hauter, Kevin

Fr.

DL

42 A.J. Valentine

R-Fr.

DB

5-10

178

Marlton, N.J./Cherokee

67

Hernandez, Scott

R-Fr.

OL

43 Mike Mancini

Fr.

DB

5-11

200

Rocky Hill, Conn./Rocky Hill

1

Hutchins, Al-Majid

Jr.

DB

44 Jawara Dudley

Fr.

LB

6-0

197

Roosevelt, N.Y./Roosevelt

57

Iorio, Nick

Fr.

LB

Jr.

RB

R-Fr.

DB

Jr.

DL

40 Aswand Cruikshank

45 Kenny Tuiloma 46 Matt Faiella 47 Marlon Tudor

18

So.

LB

5-10

230

Long Beach, Calif./Long Beach Poly

30

Jackolski, Brock

R-Fr.

LB

6-3

220

Freehold, N.J./Freehold Township

36

Johnson, Taj

Jr.

DB

5-10

190

South Ozone Park, N.Y./Jamaica

90

Kirk, Roosevelt

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Numerical No. Name

Cl.

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

Hometown/High School/Last School

48 Grant Nakwaasah

Fr.

LB

6-0

215

Richardson, Texas/Berkner

Sr.

DL

32

Lawrence, Davon

Fr.

RB

82

Lepore, Michael

Sr.

WR

43

Mancini, Mike

Fr.

DB

51

Marino, Michael

Jr.

DL

5

Maysonet, Miguel

So.

RB

80

McAdoo, Bryant

Fr.

WR

81

McMillan, Chris

R-Fr.

WR

18

Mobley, Major

R-Fr.

WR

13

Moody, Nick

Fr.

QB

41

Moore, Cedrick

Jr.

DB

48

Nakwaasah, Grant

Fr.

LB

85

Nehls, Tanner

Fr.

TE

99

Nelson, Andrew

Jr.

DL

58

Netta, Nick

So.

LB

55

Nowak, Adam

R-Fr.

LB

28

Polo, Vincent

R-Fr.

RB

52

Poole, Armand

Sr.

OL

6

Porter, Donald

Sr.

WR

71

Precht, Cody

Fr.

OL

95

Probasco, Alex

R-Fr.

DL

76 Matt Acey

24

Reyes, Dominick

So.

DB

77 Ian Solomon

87

Ricard, Christian

Fr.

WR

35

Richardson, Craig

So.

LB

9

Rousseau, Jonas

Jr.

DL

34

Schwicke, Stephen

Sr.

LB

83

Scorzelli, Shane

Fr.

88

Shukri, David

54

Skiffington, Wesley

77

49 Andres Trujillo

Fr.

LB

6-1

220

Miami, Fla./American

50 Josh Gibson

So.

K/P

5-11

215

Reisterstown, Md./Franklin

51 Michael Marino

Jr.

DL

6-1

290 Middle Island, N.Y./Longwood/Southern Connecticut

52 Armand Poole

Sr.

OL

6-2

285

Grayson, Ga./Grayson/Hofstra

53 Luke Allen

Fr.

K

6-3

186

Port Jefferson, N.Y./Port Jefferson

54 Wesley Skiffington

So.

K/P

6-2

215

Brandon, Fla./Armwood

55 Adam Nowak

R-Fr.

LB

6-2

240

Philadelphia, Pa./Father Judge

56 Casey Callahan

R-Fr.

LB

5-11

215

Tampa, Fla./Armwood

57 Nick Iorio

Fr.

LB

6-3

200

Patchogue, N.Y./Patchogue-Medford

58 Nick Netta

So.

LB

6-0

220

Watchung, N.J./Watchung/Northeastern

R-Fr.

K

5-10

214

Brentwood, Tenn./Antioch

63 Joe Faiella

Jr.

OL

6-5

305

Freehold, N.J./Freehold Township/Maryland

65 Brian Crew

Sr.

OL

6-4

300

Galt, Calif./Galt/Sacramento City College

66 Kevin Hauter

Fr.

DL

6-2

220

Moriches, N.Y./William Floyd

67 Scott Hernandez

R-Fr.

OL

6-6

315

Arlington, Texas/Juan Seguin

69 Michael Bamiro

R-Fr.

OL

6-8

350

Tobyhanna, Pa./Pocono Mountain West

70 Mario Dattilo

Jr.

OL

6-4

300

Centereach, N.Y./Centereach

71 Cody Precht

Fr.

OL

6-3

285

Centerport, N.Y./Harborfields

74 Eric Mauler

So.

OL

6-2

275

Edgewater, Md./South River

75 Paul Fenaroli*

Sr.

OL

6-2

305

Monroe, Conn./Masuk

59 Reza Zoroufie

265

Beaverton, Ore./Southridge

6-2

320

New Rochelle, N.Y./New Rochelle

78 Alex Gecewicz

Fr.

OL

6-3

290

Latham, N.Y./Christian Brothers Academy

79 Phillip Vournazos

Jr.

OL

6-2

305 Buena Park, Calif./Western/Long Beach City College

80 Bryant McAdoo

Fr.

WR

6-4

185

New York, N.Y./Cardinal Hayes

81 Chris McMillan

R-Fr.

WR

6-5

190

New York, N.Y./Bishop Ford

FB

82 Michael Lepore

Sr.

WR

6-0

205

Brick, N.J./Brick/New Hampshire

So.

TE

83 Shane Scorzelli

Fr.

FB

6-0

225

Bohemia, N.Y./St. Anthony’s

So.

K

84 Brett Arce

So.

TE

6-4

240

Coalinga, Calif./Coalinga/West Hills College

Solomon, Ian

R-Fr.

OL

85 Tanner Nehls

Fr.

TE

6-2

230

Richmond, Texas/Travis

37

Spinelli, Victor

R-Fr.

QB

87 Christian Ricard

Fr.

WR

6-0

190

Spencer, Mass./David Prouty

26

Stringer, Corey

Jr.

DB

88 David Shukri

So.

TE

6-6

250

Lindenhurst, N.Y./Lindenhurst

49

Trujillo, Andres

Fr.

LB

89 Kevin Famulari

So.

WR

5-11

200

Stony Brook, N.Y./Ward Melville

47

Tudor, Marlon

Jr.

DB

90 Roosevelt Kirk

Jr.

DL

6-3

260

Oakland, Calif./Bishop O’Dowd/Laney College

45

Tuiloma, Kenny

So.

LB

91 John Zorbas

So.

DL

5-11

240

Woodside, N.Y./Bayside

42

Valentine, A.J.

R-Fr.

DB

92 Jonathan Coats

Jr.

DL

6-4

240 Elmira Heights, N.Y./Edison/Valley Forge Military College

20

Vitale, Rich

So.

LB

93 Joseph Kirkpatrick

Sr.

DL

6-1

246

Athens, Texas/Crossroads/Trinity Valley CC

R-Fr.

DL

6-5

265

Long Beach, Calif./Millikan

R-Fr.

DL

6-2

250 Manhattan Beach, Calif./Mira Costa/Santa Monica College

DL

6-1

265

Lafayette Hill, Pa./St. Joseph’s Prep

79

Vournazos, Phillip

Jr.

OL

94 Elias Martinez

21

West, Arin

Sr.

DB

95 Alex Probasco

29

Wheeler, Devante

Fr.

CB

96 Ryan Haber

Jr.

91

Zorbas, John

So.

DL

97 Frank Conti

Sr.

DL

6-1

275

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

K

99 Andrew Nelson

Jr.

DL

6-4

300

Uniondale, N.Y./Uniondale/Hofstra

59

Zoroufie, Reza

R-Fr.

* 2010 captain

2009 Big South Conference Co-Champions

19

University/Media Info

6-5

OL

2009 Football

OL

Records & History

Fr. R-Fr.

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2009 Review

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Pronunciation Guide Matt Acey........................................................................................... A.C. Brett Arce.........................................................................................R-see Michael Bamiro...................................................................... Buh-mee-ro Gary Beddoe..............................................................................BEH-doe Matt Brevi ............................................................................... breh-vee Sean Burgwardt...................................................................... burg-wort Aswand Cruikshank............................................... As-wand Crook-shank JeVahn Cruz................................................................................ Juh-Von Jawara Dudley..................................................................... Juh-waar-ruh Peace Edafe............................................................................ Uh-daf-fee Joe and Matt Faiella.......................................................................Fy-ella Kevin Famulari.................................................................fam-you-lar-ee

By Position Defensive Backs (14) 1 Al-Majid Hutchins............... Jr. 4 JeVahn Cruz.......................Fr. 19 Sean Burgwardt.................. Jr. 21 Arin West........................... Sr. 22 Sheldon Armstrong........... So. 24 Dominick Reyes............... So. 26 Corey Stringer.................... Jr. 29 Devante Wheeler................Fr. 31 Peace Edafe...................R-Fr. 36 Taj Johnson....................R-Fr. 41 Cedrick Moore.................... Jr. 42 A.J. Valentine.................R-Fr. 43 Mike Mancini......................Fr. 47 Marlon Tudor...................... Jr. Defensive Line (12) 9 Jonas Rousseau................ Sr. 51 Michael Marino................... Jr. 53 John Zorbas..................... So. 66 Kevin Hauter.......................Fr. 90 Roosevelt Kirk.................... Jr. 92 Jonathan Coats.................. Jr. 93 Joseph Kirkpatrick............. Sr. 94 Elias Martinez.................R-Fr. 95 Alex Probasco................R-Fr. 96 Ryan Haber........................ Jr. 97 Frank Conti........................ Sr. 99 Andrew Nelson................... Jr. Kickers (5) 27 Drew Evangelista............. So. 50 Josh Gibson..................... So. 53 Luke Allen...........................Fr. 54 Wesley Skiffington............ So. 59 Reza Zoroufie.................R-Fr. Linebackers (13) 3 Julian Glenn...................... Sr. 20 Rich Vitale........................ So. 33 Reginald Francklin..........R-Fr. 34 Stephen Schwicke............. Sr. 35 Craig Richardson.............. So. 44 Jawara Dudley....................Fr. 45 Kenny Tuiloma.................. So. 46 Matt Faiella.....................R-Fr. 48 Grant Nakwaasah...............Fr. 49 Andres Trujillo.....................Fr. 56 Casey Callahan..............R-Fr. 57 Nick Iorio............................Fr. 92 Adam Nowak..................R-Fr.

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Offensive Line (13) 52 Armand Poole.................... Sr. 63 Joe Faiella.......................... Jr. 65 Brian Crew......................... Sr. 67 Scott Hernandez.............R-Fr. 69 Michael Bamiro...............R-Fr. 70 Mario Dattilo....................... Jr. 71 Cody Precht........................Fr. 74 Eric Mauler....................... So. 75 Paul Fenaroli..................... Sr. 76 Matt Acey............................Fr. 77 Ian Solomon...................R-Fr. 78 Alex Gecewicz....................Fr. 79 Phillip Vournazos................ Jr. Quarterbacks (5) 10 Michael Coulter.................. Jr. 13 Nick Moody.........................Fr. 15 Kyle Essington.................. So. 17 Ryan Andersen...................Fr. 37 Victor Spinelli..................R-Fr. Running Backs (8) 5 Miguel Maysonet.............. So. 23 Edwin Gowins..................... Jr. 28 Vincent Polo...................R-Fr. 30 Brock Jackolski................... Jr. 32 Davon Lawrence................Fr. 38 Gary Beddoe..................R-Fr. 40 Aswand Cruikshank.......... So. 83 Shane Scorzelli..................Fr. Tight Ends (4) 11 Chris Fenelon................... So. 84 Brett Arce.......................... So. 85 Tanner Nehls......................Fr. 88 David Shukri..................... So. Wide Receivers (11) 2 Cameron Hall..................... Jr. 6 Donald Porter.................... Sr. 7 Myles Campbell..............R-Fr. 8 Matt Brevi........................... Jr. 22 Major Mobley..................R-Fr. 25 Jordan Gush..................... So. 80 Bryant McAdoo...................Fr. 81 Chris McMillan................R-Fr. 82 Michael Lepore.................. Sr. 87 Christian Ricard..................Fr. 89 Kevin Famulari................. So.

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Alex Gecewicz....................................................................... Gesh-u-witz Edwin Gowins.............................................................................gow-ins Jordan Gush................................................................... Gush (like push) Ryan Haber................................................................................. HAY-ber Stephen Schwicke.................................................................schwik-ee Andres Trujillo..........................................................................Tru-hee-yo COACHES Chuck Priore...........................................................................Pry-oar-ee Jeff Behrman.......................................................................... Bear-man Jim Gush........................................................................ Gush (like push) Joe Tricario........................................................................... tri-carry-oh

By Class Seniors (11) 3 Julian Glenn...................... LB 6 Donald Porter...................WR 21 Arin West...........................DB 34 Stephen Schwicke............. LB 52 Armand Poole.................... OL 65 Brian Crew......................... OL 75 Paul Fenaroli..................... OL 82 Michael Lepore.................WR 97 Frank Conti........................ DL 93 Joseph Kirkpatrick............. DL 9 Jonas Rousseau................ DL Juniors (17) 1 Al-Majid Hutchins..............DB 2 Cameron Hall...................WR 8 Matt Brevi.........................WR 19 Sean Burgwardt.................DB 23 Edwin Gowins....................RB 26 Corey Stringer...................DB 30 Brock Jackolski..................RB 41 Cedrick Moore...................DB 47 Marlon Tudor.....................DB 51 Michael Marino.................. DL 63 Joe Faiella......................... OL 70 Mario Dattilo...................... OL 79 Phillip Vournazos............... OL 90 Roosevelt Kirk................... DL 92 Jonathan Coats................. DL 96 Ryan Haber....................... DL 99 Andrew Nelson.................. DL Sophomores (20) 5 Miguel Maysonet...............RB 10 Michael Coulter.................QB 11 Chris Fenelon.................... TE 15 Kyle Essington...................QB 20 Rich Vitale......................... LB 22 Sheldon Armstrong............DB 24 Dominick Reyes................DB 25 Jordan Gush.....................WR 27 Drew Evangelista................ K 35 Craig Richardson............... LB 40 Aswand Cruikshank........... FB 45 Kenny Tuiloma................... LB 50 Josh Gibson........................ K 53 John Zorbas...................... LB 54 Wesley Skiffington............... K 58 Nick Netta.......................... LB 74 Eric Mauler........................ OL 88 David Shukri...................... TE

84 Brett Arce........................... TE 89 Kevin Famulari.................WR Redshirt Freshmen (18) 7 Myles Campbell................WR 22 Major Mobley....................WR 28 Vincent Polo......................RB 31 Peace Edafe......................DB 33 Reginald Francklin............. LB 36 Taj Johnson.......................DB 38 Gary Beddoe..................... FB 42 A.J. Valentine....................DB 46 Matt Faiella........................ LB 56 Casey Callahan................. LB 59 Reza Zoroufie...................... K 67 Scott Hernandez................ OL 69 Michael Bamiro.................. OL 77 Ian Solomon...................... OL 81 Chris McMillan..................WR 92 Adam Nowak..................... LB 94 Elias Martinez.................... DL 95 Alex Probasco................... DL Freshmen (19) 4 JeVahn Cruz......................DB 13 Nick Moody........................QB 17 Ryan Andersen..................QB 29 Devante Wheeler...............CB 32 Davon Lawrence...............RB 43 Mike Mancini.....................DB 44 Jawara Dudley................... LB 48 Grant Nakwaasah.............. LB 49 Andres Trujillo.................... LB 53 Luke Allen............................ K 57 Nick Iorio........................... LB 66 Kevin Hauter...................... DL 71 Cody Precht....................... OL 76 Matt Acey........................... OL 78 Alex Gecewicz................... OL 80 Bryant McAdoo.................WR 83 Shane Scorzelli................. FB 85 Tanner Nehls..................... TE 87 Christian Ricard................WR

Seawolves Offense

Seawolves Defense

JOE FAIELLA

(6-5, 305, Jr.)

67

Scott Hernandez

LG

65

BRIAN CREW

79

Phillip Vournazos

77

Ian Solomon

C

75

PAUL FENAROLI

74

Eric Mauler

RG

70

MARIO DATTILO

52

Armand Poole

RT

69

MICHAEL BAMIRO

76

Matt Acey

TE

84

BRETT ARCE

88

David Shukri

11

Chris Fenelon

QB

10

MICHAEL COULTER

DE

9

JONAS ROUSSEAU

(6-6, 315, R-Fr.)

90

Roosevelt Kirk

(6-3, 257, Jr.)

(6-4, 300, Sr.)

94

Elias Martinez

(6-5, 265, R-Fr.)

(6-2, 305, Jr.)

NT

51

MICHAEL MARINO

97

Frank Conti

(6-1, 275, Jr.)

(6-3, 305, Sr.)

DT

96

RYAN HABER

(6-1, 265, Jr.)

(6-2, 275, So.)

99

Andrew Nelson

(6-4, 300, Jr.)

(6-4, 300, Jr.)

DE

93

JOSEPH KIRKPATRICK

(6-2, 285, Sr.)

95

Alex Probasco

(6-2, 220, R-Fr.)

WLB

45

KENNY TUILOMA

(5-10, 230, So.)

49

Andres Trujillo

(6-4, 240, So.)

MLB

35

CRAIG RICHARDSON

(6-6, 250, So.)

46

Stephen Schwicke

(6-1, 240, Sr.)

6-2, 245, So.)

SLB

3

JULIAN GLENN

(6-1, 220, Sr.)

(6-1, 210, Jr.)

55

Adam Nowak

(6-2, 320, R-Fr.)

(6-8, 350, R-Fr.) (6-5, 265, Fr.)

(6-2, 230, Sr.)

(6-1, 290, So.)

(6-1, 246, Sr.)

(6-0, 225, Fr.) (6-1, 235, So.)

(6-2, 240, R-Fr.)

15

Kyle Essington

(6-2, 177, So.)

56

Casey Callahan

(5-11, 215, R-Fr.)

WR

82

MICHAEL LEPORE

(6-0, 205, Sr.)

CB

36

TAJ JOHNSON

(5-10, 185, R-Fr.)

12

Cameron Hall

RB

23

EDDIE GOWINS

30

Brock Jackolski

5

Miguel Maysonet

(5-10, 205, So.)

WR

25

JORDAN GUSH

(6-0, 190, So.)

7

Myles Campbell

(5-11, 175, R-Fr.)

WR

8

MATT BREVI

81

Chris McMillan

22

Sheldon Armstrong

(6-0, 200, So.)

41

Cedrick Moore

(5-10, 195, Jr.)

(5-10, 200, Jr.)

FS

24

DOMINICK REYES

(6-4, 200, So.)

20

Rich Vitale

(5-8, 180, So.)

SS

21

ARIN WEST

(6-0, 212, Sr.)

26

Corey Stringer

(6-2, 195, Jr.)

CB

1

AL-MAJID HUTCHINS

(6-0, 188, Jr.)

6

Donald Porter

(5-8, 175, Sr.)

8

Sean Burgwardt

(5-8, 185, Jr.)

(6-2, 215, Jr.) (6-5, 190, R-Fr.)

Seawolves Specialists 54

WESLEY SKIFFINGTON

(6-2, 215, So.)

27

Drew Evangelista

(5-8, 170, So.)

H

82

MICHAEL LEPORE

(6-0, 205, Sr.)

19

Sean Burgwardt

(5-8, 185, Jr.)

P/KO

27

DREW EVANGELISTA

54

Wesley Skiffington

LS

55

ADAM NOWAK

21

Arin West

(6-0, 212, Sr.)

KOR

6

DONALD PORTER

(5-8, 175, Sr.)

80

Matt Brevi

PR

25

JORDAN GUSH

6

Donald Porter

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(5-8, 170, So.) (6-2, 215, So.) (6-2, 240, R-Fr.)

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(6-2, 215, Jr.) (6-0, 190, So.) (5-8, 175, Sr.)

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California (15) 7 Myles Campbell..........................Rancho Cucamonga 10 Michael Coulter.........................................Yorba Linda 12 Cameron Hall........................................Foothill Ranch 15 Kyle Essington...............................................Fullerton 22 Sheldon Armstrong.................................. Long Beach 24 Dominick Reyes............................................ Hesperia 26 Taj Johnson...................................................... Upland 41 Cedrick Moore............................................ Lakewood 45 Kenny Tuiloma......................................... Long Beach 65 Brian Crew............................................................ Galt 79 Phillip Vournazos......................................Buena Park 84 Brett Arce...................................................... Coalinga 90 Roosevelt Kirk................................................ Oakland 94 Elias Martinez.......................................... Long Beach 95 Alex Probasco................................. Manhattan Beach Connecticut (4) 19 Sean Burgwardt..........................................Rocky Hill 20 Rich Vitale................................................... Higganum 43 Mike Mancini................................................Rocky Hill 75 Paul Fenaroli................................................... Monroe Georgia (1) 52 Armand Poole................................................ Grayson

Florida (4) 49 Andres Trujillo.................................................... Miami 54 Wesley Skiffington......................................... Brandon 56 Casey Callahan................................................Tampa 80 Matt Brevi..........................................................Tampa Maryland (3) 40 Aswand Cruikshank................................ Silver Spring 50 Josh Gibson............................................Reisterstown 74 Eric Mauler................................................. Edgewater

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Seawolves By State

Massachusetts (2) 35 Craig Richardson............................................. Revere 87 Christian Ricard............................................. Spencer New Jersey (9) 1 Al-Majid Hutchins.................................... East Orange 21 Arin West...................................................Toms River 22 Major Mobley...............................................Mt. Laurel 27 Drew Evangelista.................................... Cedar Grove 42 A.J. Valentine...................................................Marlton 46 Matt Faiella................................................... Freehold 58 Nick Netta....................................................Watchung 63 Joe Faiella.................................................... Freehold 82 Michael Lepore....................................................Brick New York (34) 3 Julian Glenn................................................ Uniondale 4 JeVahn Cruz................................... Wheatley Heights 5 Miguel Maysonet......................................... Riverhead 9 Jonas Rousseau............................................Brooklyn 11 Chris Fenelon...............................................Bellerose 17 Ryan Andersen...................................... Ronkonkoma 23 Edwin Gowins................................................. Bellport 28 Vincent Polo.................................................. Wantagh 29 Devante Wheeler....................................Staten Island 30 Brock Jackolski.................................................Shirley 31 Peace Edafe...........................................Staten Island 32 Davon Lawrence.......................................Central Islip 33 Reginald Francklin.................................Valley Stream 38 Gary Beddoe...................................................Endicott 44 Jawara Dudley.............................................Roosevelt 46 Stephen Schwicke............................. East Patchogue 47 Marlon Tudor.................................. South Ozone Park 51 Michael Marino...................................... Middle Island 53 Luke Allen............................................. Port Jefferson 57 Nick Iorio.................................................... Patchogue 66 Kevin Hauter................................................. Moriches 70 Mario Dattilo.............................................. Centereach 71 Cody Precht................................................Centerport

77 78 80 81 83 88 89 91 92 97 99

Ian Solomon.......................................... New Rochelle Alex Gecewicz.................................................Latham Bryant McAdoo..................................... New York City Chris McMillan...................................... New York City Shane Scorzelli............................................. Bohemia David Shukri.............................................Lindenhurst Kevin Famulari......................................... Stony Brook John Zorbas.................................................Woodside Jonathan Coats.................................... Elmira Heights Frank Conti............................................... Lake Grove Andrew Nelson........................................... Uniondale

Ohio (1) 36 Corey Stringer.................................................. Warren Oregon (1) 76 Matt Acey.................................................... Beaverton Pennsylvania (3) 69 Michael Bamiro.......................................... Tobyhanna 92 Adam Nowak...............................................Pottstown 96 Ryan Haber.............................................Lafayette Hill Tennessee (1) 59 Reza Zoroufie............................................ Brentwood Texas (6) 13 Nick Moody.................................................. Carrollton 25 Jordan Gush............................................. Richardson 48 Grant Nakwaasah..................................... Richardson 67 Scott Hernandez.........................................Fort Worth 85 Tanner Nehls............................................... Richmond 93 Joseph Kirkpatrick........................................... Athens West Virginia (1) 6 Donald Porter.........................................Charles Town

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Coaching Staff Chuck Priore Head Coach Albany, ‘82 5th Season

The 2009 Big South Coach of the Year, Chuck Priore begins his fifth season at Stony Brook in 2010. After just a second season in the Big South, Priore guided the Seawolves to a share of the Big South Championship with a thrilling 36-33 victory over #16 Liberty. The Championship was the fifth in 10 season as a head coach. Seven different players earned All-Big South honors, including Tyler Santucci’s selection as the Defensive Player of the Year. 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. 24

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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 24-game 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

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

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Bears and the New York Giants. 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.

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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 serves as the defensive coordinator for the Seawolves. Gush’s defense led the Big South in scoring defense in 2009, allowing a conference-low 15 touchdowns in six games. Senior linebacker Tyler Santucci was named Big South Defensive Player of the Year and four different players earned All-Big South honors. 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 all-WAC 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 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.

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Jeff Behrman Off. Coord./QBs John Carroll ‘95 5th Season

Returning for a fifth season as Stony Brook’s offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach is Jeff Behrman. Sophomore quarterback Michael Coulter, in his first season at Stony Brook, led the Big South with 15 touchdown passes and threw the fewest interceptions among starting quarterbacks. Running backs Conte Cuttino and Edwin Gowins each earned All-Big South honors for a second straight season. Under his guidance in 2008, 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 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 all-conference 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

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Tony Thompson will be beginning his fourth season on the Stony Brook staff in 2010. After working with the linebackers during his first two seasons with the Seawolves, Thompson coached the defensive line in 2009, including Chris Perri who earned All-Big South honors. The D-line accounted for over seven sacks and 20 tackles for loss. 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. Tony and his wife, Erin, reside in East Northport.

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Joe Tricario will be back on the sidelines for the Seawolves in 2010 for his fifth season, handling the linebackers as well as coordinating the special teams. Linebacker Tyler Santucci was named Big South Defensive Player of the Year in 2009 and earned All-Big South honors for the second straight season. Kicker Wesley Skiffington was selected as a College Sporting News All-Star after connecting on four field goals and four extra points against Presbyterian. 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

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and worked with the wide receivers and running backs for the WLAF’s Montreal Machine for the 1991-92 season. Prior to working in Montreal, Tricario spent six years on the staff at Albany. 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, where Tricario began his career in 1983, Cardinal Hayes and Iona College. Tricario is a 1983 graduate of Cortland State where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education.

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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.

Carlton Goff Wide Receivers Illinois College ‘95 5th Season

Carlton Goff is back for a fifth season as the Seawolves wide receivers coach. Stony Brook’s wide receivers totaled 16 touchdowns in 2009, including Jordan Gush’s six which led the Big South. 11 different players caught at least one pass and six caught TD passes. Goff’s wide receivers accounted for over 1,300 yards and nine scores in 2008. 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 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.

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Jon Woods Offensive Line/Tight Ends Union ‘04 5th Season

Jon Woods begins his fifth season as an assistant coach at Stony Brook in 2010. After coaching the tight ends for three years, Woods moved to the offensive line and helped Paul Fenaroli earn All-Big South first-team honors. The offensive line blocked for a rushing

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attack that finished 30th in the nation and allowed just over a sack per game to rank in the top 25. 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.

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Mark Murray Offensive Line American International ‘82 1st Season Mark Murray is in his first season at Stony Brook after spending the past four seasons at Yale. Prior to joining the Bulldogs’ staff, Murray spent seven seasons as the offensive line and running backs coach for the Canadian Football League’s Hamilton Tiger Cats. Murray, who graduated from American International College in 1982, has been an assistant coach at five different colleges and with two CFL squads, including Toronto (1995). He coached at Bowling Green (199699), Navy (1988-94), Wagner (1983-88), Albany (1982) and his alma mater (1982). His offensive line at Navy helped the Midshipmen set six passing records and his 1998 Bowling Green squad led the nation in rushing and total offense. Murray, who was also an assistant athletic director at Wagner, earned a certificate of advanced graduate studies at the Staten Island campus in 1984.

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Michael Derice joined the Stony Brook football staff as the Director of Football Operations in August of 2009. Derice has been a part of the Stony Brook athletics family since he first enrolled as a student-athlete on the football team in 2005. Most recently he has spent the last year as the Special Assistant to the Athletics Director for the Seawolves, a role that saw him assist with facility projects, serve as the visiting team liaison for football and basketball as well as assisting with the day-to-day operations of the athletics department. Derice has also been a coach at the Joe Namath Camp in Connecticut for the past three years. A 2008 graduate of Stony Brook with a B.S. in health care management, Derice lettered twice for the Seawolves in football as a defensive back. He is currently working on his Master’s degree at SBU in human resource management. Derice graduated from Brooklyn Tech High School where he was a first team all-borough and all-city selection in 2003 and 2004.

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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 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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for a second straight season. In 2008 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 Cuttino and 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.

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Greg Toop returns for a fourth season at Stony Brook working with the team’s running backs. Conte Cuttino and Edwin Gowins each rushed for at least 800 yards and earned All-Big South honors

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After a standout career at Stony Brook, Tyler Santucci begins the 2010 season as a graduate assistant on Coach Priore’s staff. Santucci earned second team AllAmerica honors by the Associated Press after a senior season in which he led the Seawolves with 93 tackles. The 2009 Big South Defensive Player of the Year, Santucci finished his career with 284 tackles, fourth all-time in school history. His 145 solo tackles are tied for the most in SBU history.

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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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R-Fr. • 6-8 • 350 Tobyhanna, Pa. Pocono Mountain West

2009: Did not see game action.

2009: Did not see game action.

Prior to Stony Brook: Played one season as a tight end at West Hills

Prior to Stony Brook: Attended the University of Pittsburgh for a year

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but did not play football.

High School: A 2007 graduate of Coalinga High School … three-time let-

High School: A 2008 graduate of Pocono Mountain West High School in

terwinner for the Horned Toads … first team all-state as a senior … first

Pennsylvania … earned one letter as a lineman for the Panthers … hon-

team All-Fresno … named first team all-conference on both offense and

orable mention all-conference … team captain as a senior … 22 tackles

defense ... also lettered four times in basketball and twice in baseball.

as a senior ... helped lead his team to an 8-2 record and a top-50 ranking

Personal: Born Brett Arce on July 24, 1989 in Bakersfield, California ...

in the state … also lettered in track.

son of Mark and Sharon Arce ... majoring in history.

Personal: Born Michael Bamiro on October 9, 1990 in Brooklyn, New

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York ... son of Samuel and Christiana Bamiro ...brother, David, played

So. • 6-0 • 200 Carson, Calif. Long Beach Poly/Utah State

Prior to Stony Brook: Attended Utah State University ... played in one

football at Stony Brook and, Solomon, played basketball for the Seawolves and plays for the Harlem Globetrotters ... majoring in journalism.

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game in 2009 against Texas A&M ... redshirted as a freshman in 2008. High School: A 2008 graduate of Long Beach Polytechnic High School ... two letters in football for the Jack Rabbits ... named second-team allMoore League after making 56 tackles as well as tallying two interceptions, five pass break-ups and one fumble recovery ... selected to the 605 All-Star Football Classic ... helped Long Beach Poly win the PAC-5 Southern Section CIF championship ... honored for the `Play It Smart' program by the National Football Foundation & College Football Hall of Fame, Inc. Personal: Born Sheldon Armstrong on Sept. 21, 1990 in Long Beach, California... Son of Donald Armstrong and Rochelle LeBlanc... Has five sisters and three brothers... Sister, Jasmine, is a track & field student-

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Fullback R-Fr. • 6-0 • 240 Endicott, N.Y. Union-Endicott

2009: Did not see game action. High School: A 2009 graduate of Union-Endicott High School … threetime 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 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.

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Matt

athlete at Cal ... majoring in health sciences.

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Brett

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So. • 6-4 • 240 Coalinga, Calif. Coalinga/West Hills College

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Wide Receiver Jr. • 6-2 • 215 Tampa, Fla. Armwood/Fort Hays State

2009: Played in all 11 games ... tied for second on the team with 26 receptions ... third with 344 receiving yards ... as the team’s primary kick returner, ran back 27 kickoffs for 557 yards ... finished third in the Big South in return yards and fourth in return yard average ... both the returns and return yardage are the second-highest totals in school history ... second on the team

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Casey

Myles

2009: Did not see game action. 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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TFL Sks Int PBU FR 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

Sr. • 6-1 • 275 Lake Grove, N.Y. Sachem North/Nassau CC

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2009: Played in a career-best eight games ... matched his previous season total with a pair of tackles on special teams ... one tackle and his first career forced fumble against Presbyterian (10/3) ... also recorded a stop at Charleston Southern (11/14). 2008: Played in seven games ... 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 ... three-time all-conference pick. Personal: Born Sean Burgwardt on April 21, 1988 in Las Vegas, Nevada ... son of Kent and Darlene Burgwardt ... majoring in health sciences.

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R-Fr. • 5-11 • 175 Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. John Muir

Frank

Sean

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Wide Receiver

2009: Did not see game action. High School: A 2009 graduate of John Muir High School in Pasadena, California ... three-time letterwinner for the Mustangs ... first team All-CIF 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 on November 5, 1991 ... son of Jackie Richmond ... cousin, Marquel Martin, played football at UNLV.

Jr. • 5-8 • 185 Rocky Hill, Conn. Rocky Hill/Berkshire School

Year GP 2009 8 2008 7 Totals 15

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2009: Did not see game action. 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 ... majoring in business management.

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Kick Returns No. Yds Avg Lg TD 27 557 20.6 53 0

R-Fr. • 5-11 • 215 Seffner, Fla. Armwood

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Receiving Year GP No. Yds YPC Lg TD 2009 11 26 344 13.2 44 2 * had three carries for 12 yards

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and eighth in the Big South with 907 all-purpose yards ... caught a pass in every game but three ... named the Big South Special Teams Player of the Week (9/21) after returning three kicks for 140 yards against Brown (9/19), two of which were for over 50 yards to set a new LaValle Stadium record ... also caught five passes for 76 yards in the win over the Bears ... set a school record with eight kickoff returns at UMass (9/26) ... matched his season best with five receptions in back-toback games at North Dakota (10/10) and VMI (10/17) ... caught a TD pass in each of those games ... 31-yard return against the Keydets set up game-winning score in the final minute. 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 Matthew Brevi on March 3, 1988 ... son of Pete and Carol Brevi ... brother, Chris, played two seasons at Stony Brook as well as at Iowa ... majoring in sociology.

2009: Started every game at quarterback ... threw for over 100 yards in every game but one ... led the Big South with 15 TD passes ... second in the league in passing efficiency and third in passing yards ... one of three players in the Big South to finish with over 2,000 yards of offense ... threw for 2,060 yards, completing 55 percent of his pass attempts ... fourth player in school history to throw for over 2,000 yards ... engineered three game-winning drives that resulted in touchdowns in the final minute of the game (Brown, VMI and Liberty) ... total passing yards is the sixth-highest single-season mark in school history... pass completions (153) and attempts (279) are both the ninth-highest single-season totals at SBU ... pair of 300-yard games ... had a completion of at least 30 yards in six outings ... threw for 188 yards and a score in his Seawolves debut at Hofstra (9/5) ... hit on 10-of-12 attempts for 137 yards and a score vs. Brown (9/19) ... pair of TD passes at UMass (9/26) ... that started a streak of six straight games with two TD passes ... season-high 321 yards a two scores vs. Presbyterian (10/3) ... yardage is the fourth most in a game at SBU ... also picked up his only rushing TD of the season against the Blue Hose ... 277 yards and two scores the next week at North Dakota (10/10) ... set career highs in completions (28) and attempts (44) while throwing for 316 yards and a pair of scores in the win at VMI (10/17) ... named Big South Offensive Player of the Week for his game against the Keydets ... completed two passes, one for a season-long of 64 yards, in the final minute to lead Stony Brook to the win over Liberty (11/21) and a share of the Big South title. 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. 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 on May 5, 1989 in Orange County, California … son of James and Lynn Coulter ... majoring in biochemistry with a spanish minor. Year 2009

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GP Comp Att 11 153 279

Int Pct Yds TDs Lg Avg/g 10 54.8 2060 15 64 187.3

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Jr. • 6-1 • 210 Yorba Linda, Calif. El Dorado/Santa Ana College

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Sr. • 6-4 • 300 Galt, Calif. Galt/Sacramento City College

2009: Started nine of the 10 games he appeared in at left guard ... started the last nine games of the season ... blocked for a rushing attack that ranked 30th in the nation and third in the conference ... part of a line that allowed just 1.36 sacks per game to rank among the top 24 in the nation. 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 on September 28, 1989 in Sacramento, California… son of Thomas and Melanie Crew ... majoring in sociology

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So. • 6-0 • 220 Silver Spring, Md. Good Counsel/Carson-Newman

2009: Did not see game action. Prior to Stony Brook: Spent one season at Carson-Newman College. High School: A 2007 graduate of Good Counsel High School ... a twoyear letterwinner for the Falcons ... earned all-county, all-state and allmet honors ... served as team captain as a senior. Personal: Born Aswand Cruikshank on January 8, 1989 in Silver Spring, Maryland ... son of Neil and Debra Cruikshank ... has one sister ... majoring in multidisciplinary studies.

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Offensive Line Jr. • 6-4 • 300 Centereach, N.Y. Centereach

2009: Saw action in a pair of games 2008: Made his collegiate debut at Iona (11/8) 2007: Redshirted.

R-Fr. • 5-11 • 208 Staten Island, N.Y. Salisbury (Conn.) School

Kyle

Quarterback

Drew

2009: Played in 10 games in his first season along the offensive line ... in the regular rotation at left tackle ... started four games there ... helped block for a rushing attack that ranked 30th in the nation and third in the conference ... part of a line that allowed just 1.36 sacks per game to rank among the top 24 in the nation. 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 Joseph Faiella on February 8, 1989 in Freehold, New Jersey … son of Ralph and Theresa Faiella … brother, Matt, is a redshirt freshman linebacker at Stony Brook … father played football at Lycoming College ... majoring in history.

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So. • 5-8 • 170 Cedar Grove, N.J. Cedar Grove

Jr. • 6-5• 305 Freehold Township, N.J. Freehold Township/Maryland

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Prior to Stony Brook: Attended Fullerton College in Fullerton, California ... played two seasons ... threw for over 680 yards and six touchdowns in 2009 ... helped team to a 10-2 record. High School: A 2008 graduate of Brea Olinda High School ... three-time letter winner in football for the Wildcats ... first team all-Centary League as a senior ... team's Offensive Back of the Year ... National Honor Society. Personal: Born Kyle Essington on May 4, 1990 in Chino Hills, California ... son of Randy and Julie Essington ... has two sisters ... dad played football at Colorado and was the final pick (Mr. Irrelevant) of the 1984 NFL draft ... majoring in business management.

Evangelista’s Career Stats

Year GP No. Yds Avg Lg TB FC I20 50+ Blkd 2009 11 55 2016 36.7 52 3 10 16 4 1 * had 30 kick-offs for 1627 yards (54.2 avg) and one touchback

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So. • 6-2 • 177 Chino Hills, Calif. Brea Olinda/Fullerton College

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2009: Did not see game action. 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, N.Y.

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2009: Starting punter as a freshman ... also shared the team’s kick-off duties ... fifth in the Big South with an average punt of 36.7 yards ... 55 punts led the conference ... four boots of over 50 yards ... put 16 of his kicks inside 20-yard line ... eight punts at Colgate (9/12), placing a pair inside the 20 ... averaged over 42 yards a punt in back-to-back games vs. Presbyterian (10/3) and at North Dakota (10/10) ... average of 44.7 yards vs. the Blue Hose was a season-high ... placed at least two punts inside the 20 over the last five games of the season ... career-long punt of 52 yards against Coastal Carolina (10/24) and at Gardner-Webb (10/31) ... team’s primary kick-off kicker in five games, including the last four of the season ... averaged 54.2 yards per kick-off attempt. 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 all-state 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 ... majoring in health sciences with a minor in business management.

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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 on December 8, 1989 in Centereach, New York … son of Mario and Kathy Dattilo … one brother ... majoring in political science.

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Wide Receiver So. • 5-11 • 205 Stony Brook, N.Y. Ward Melville

2009: Did not see game action. 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 ... majoring in sociology

75 Fenaroli Offensive Line Sr. • 6-3 • 295 Monroe, Conn. Masuk

2009: Started every game at center for a second straight season ... first team All-Big South ... honorable mention for the Fabulous Fifty All-America Team by the College Sporting News ... 27 consecutive starts is longest streak on team going into 2010 season ... blocked for a rushing attack that ranked 30th in the nation and third in the conference ... part of a line that allowed just 1.36 sacks per game to rank among the top 24 in the nation. 2008: Started every game at center … helped clear the way for two 1,000-yard rushers and was part of a ground game that finished ninth in the

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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 … two-time all-conference selection. Personal: Born Paul Fenaroli on September 2, 1989 … son of Richard Fenaroli and Dawn Leety … one sister ... majoring in business managment with a minor in leadership development.

Tight End So. • 6-2 • 245 Bellerose, N.Y. St. Francis Prep

2009: Did not see game action ... received a medical waiver 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 sciences.

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Matt

R-Fr. • 6-3 • 220 Freehold, N.J. Freehold Township

2009: Did not see game action. 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 allcounty 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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Linebacker R-Fr. • 6-0 • 230 Valley Stream, N.Y. Holy Cross H.S./Hofstra

Prior to Stony Brook: Spent 2009 at Hofstra ... did not see game action. High School: Played four years of football at Holy Cross High School in Flushing, New York ... All-New York City selection by the New York Daily News as a junior and Five Boro Sports as a junior ... All-Catholic High School Athletic Association selection as a junior and a senior ... Twotime Defensive Player of the Year at Holy Cross ... Team captain and the recipient of the Helen Cavaugh Memorial Award ... Recorded 95 tackles, five sacks and four interceptions as a junior. Personal: Born Reginald Francklin on September 15, 1991 in Queens ... son of Farido Francklin and Tehran Hanson ... has two siblings.

Year 2009 2008 2007 Totals

Kicker/Punter So. • 5-11 • 215 Reisterstown, Md. Franklin

Tot 6 28 22 56

TFL Sks Int PBU FR 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0.5-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 0 0.5-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 1.0-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 0

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Jr. • 5-11 • 225 Bellport, N.Y. Bellport/Bridgton Academy

TD 9 11 20

YPG 89.0 119.1 108.0

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Yds YPC Lg 959 6.1 65 1,310 9.4 72 2269 8.0 -

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Gowins’s Career Stats

Year GP 2009 10 2008 11 Totals 21

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2009: Played in 10 games ... slowed by a foot injury over the first half of the season ... still named first team All-Big South for a second consecutive year ... preseason All-Big South selection as well ... led Stony Brook in rushing with 890 yards ... led the Big South and was 22nd in the nation with 89.0 yards per game average ... 2,200 career yards ranks fourth all-time at SBU ... four 100-yard games ... led the Seawolves with nine rushing TDs ... second consecutive 100-yard outing against Colgate with 108 yards and one score against the Raiders (9/12) ... that started a streak of four straight games with a rushing TD ... 138 yards and a score in the win over Presbyterian (10/3) ... averaged over 10 yards a carry against the Blue Hose ... first career pass reception at VMI (10/17) ... saved his best for the final two games of the season ... season best 177 yards and a pair of scores at Charleston Southern (11/14) ... 165 yards while matching his career-high with three TDs in the victory over Liberty (11/21). 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 County’s 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 sociology.

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2009: Played in the first two games of the season ... season-ending injury at Colgate (9/12) ... totaled six tackles in his two appearances ... season-high of four in the season opener at Hofstra (9/5). 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: Saw action in 2006 as a member of the University of Maine football team. 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 ... enrolled in graduate school of professional development ... earned a degree in sociology.

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

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2009: Did not see game action. 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 … alldivision … 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 and political science.

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So. • 6-0 • 190 Richardson, Texas J.J. Pearce

2009: Solid first season for Stony Brook ... tied for second on the team with 26 receptions ... second with 413 receiving yards ... led all receivers in the Big South with six TD receptions ... SBU won four of the five games in which he scored ... also served as the Seawolves primary punt returner ... second in the conference and #35 in the nation with a 6.8 yards per return average ... at least one reception in every game but one ... three catches and first career score against Brown (9/19) ... season highs of six catches and a pair of touchdowns at Massachusetts (9/26) ... five receptions for 72 yards in the victory over Presbyterian (10/3) ... three catches for 57 yards and a score at VMI (10/17) ... season-long punt return of 15 yards in the win over Coastal Carolina (10/24) ... recovered a fumble off a botched punt against the Chanticleers that led to a field goal ... 64-yard catch and run with less than a minute left set up his own game-winning 10-yard TD reception that clinched a share of the Big South title against Liberty (11/21) ... the 64-yard pass play was the longest of the season for Stony Brook. 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 … 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 sociology.

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Receiving Year GP No. Yds YPC Lg TD 2009 10 26 413 15.9 64 6 * had three carries for 12 yards

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96 Haber Defensive Line Jr. • 6-1 • 265 Lafayette Hill, Pa. St. Joseph’s Prep

2009: Started all 11 games along the defensive line ... among the team leaders in tackles for loss (3.5) and sacks (1.5) ... seventh on the team in tackles with a career-high 39 ... seventh among defensive lineman in the Big South in tackles ... four stops, including one for a loss, at Colgate (9/12) ... three tackles and a pass breakup at Massachusetts (9/26) ... three stops and forced and recovered a fumble at VMI (10/17) ... careerhigh seven tackles, including one sack, in the win over Coastal Carolina (10/24) ... that started a stretch that saw him record 21 tackles over the last four games of the season ... five stops each in the games at GardnerWebb (10/31) and Coastal Carolina (11/14). 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 GP 2009 11 2008 8 Totals 19

UA 17 9 26

Haber’s Career Stats

A 22 7 29

Tot 39 16 55

TFL Sks Int PBU FR 3.5-14 1.5-8 0.0-0 1 1 4.0-22 1.5-16 0.0-0 0 0 7.5-36 3.0-24 0.0-0 1 0

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Jr. • 6-4 • 210 Foothill Ranch, Calif. Laguna Hills/Orange Coast College

2009: Did not see game action. 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 …

Jr. • 6-0 • 185 East Orange, N.J. East Orange/Rutgers

Brock

Jr. • 6-3 • 260 Oakland, Calif. Bishop O’Dowd/Laney College

Prior to Stony Brook: Attended Laney College in Oakland for two years ... two-time first team all-Golden Gate Conference pick ... made 34 tackles in 2009, including four sacks and an interception. High School: A 2008 graduate of Bishop O'Dowd High School ... lettered all four years ... three-time all-conference pick ... also lettered in basketball ... all-conference selection in that sport as a senior. Personal: Born Roosevelt Kirk on September 24, 1990 in Oakland, California ... son of Monique Northington ... has two sisters ... cousin is Oakland Raiders defensive tackle John Henderson ... majoring in political science and business management.

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Jr. • 5-10 • 200 Shirley, N.Y. Floyd/Hofstra

Defensive Line

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Running Back

90 Kirk

Records & History

30 Jackolski

2009: Did not see game action. High School: A 2009 graduate of Upland High School … three letters in football for the Highlanders … first team All-CIF and second team allleague … 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.

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Prior to Stony Brook: Played three seasons at Rutgers University ... played in six games for the Scarlet Knights in 2009, getting in on one tackle. High School: A 2007 graduate of East Orange High School ... three letters in football for the Jaguars ... rated the No. 1 cornerback in New Jersey by Rivals.com... first team all-state and all region as a senior ... finished with 42 tackles, two interceptions, eight passes broken up, three forced fumbles and a pair of fumble recoveries as a senior ... first team all-Essex by the Star Ledger... also kicked 15 extra points ... invited to the NY/NJ High School All-Star Classic. Personal: Born Al-Majid Hutchins on November 23, 1988 in Newark, New Jersey ... son of Ibin Muhammad and Aisha Hutchins ... has one brother and three sisters ... majoring in africana studies.

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

2009 Review

Al-Majid

Defensive Back

Defensive Back

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36 Johnson

Coaching Staff

2009: Did not see game action. 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 ... majoring in economics with a minor in business management.

Taj

R-Fr. • 6-6 • 320 Arlington, Texas Juan Seguin

Roosevelt

Offensive Line

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Scott

67 Hernandez

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Prior to Stony Brook: Played two seasons at Hofstra University ... rushed for 76 yards, caught 14 passes for 114 yards and was the team's leading kickoff returner with his average of 22.1 yards per return as a sophomore in 2009 ... also caught five passes for 68 yards ... as a freshman he led the team with 1,200 all-purpose yards, including 541 yards on the ground ... ranked among the top-10 players in the Colonial Athletic Association in all-purpose yards. High School: A 2008 graduate of William Floyd High School ... three letters in football for the Colonials ... 2007 New York State Player of the Year for Class AA ... 2007 Hansen Award as the top football player in Suffolk County ... rushed for 1,381 yards and 31 touchdowns ... totaled 3,603 yards and 64 touchdowns for his high school career ... two-time allLong Island pick ... also lettered in wrestling and track ... two-time captain in football. Personal: Born Brock Jackolski on September 10, 1990 ... son of Robert and Dugenia Jackolski ... has one brother and two sisters ... sister, Brianne, is an All-American lacrosse player at C.W. Post ... majoring in health sciences.

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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 sociology with a minor in business management.

2009: Played in all 11 games along the defensive front ... part of the regular rotation along the line ... finished with 24 tackles ... among the team leaders with five tackles for a loss ... at least one stop in all games but one ... three tackles in the season opener at Hofstra (9/5) ,,, season-high four stops in backto-back games at VMI (10/17) and vs. Coastal Carolina (10/24) ... three of his stops against the Chanticleers were behind the line of scrimmage including an 11-yard sack ... broke up a pass attempt at Gardner-Webb (10/31) ... matched his season best with four tackles at Charleston Southern (11/14) ... returned a fumble 56 yards against the Buccaneers that set up a fourth-quarter field goal. 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. 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 all-league 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 ... majoring in history. Year 2009

GP 11

UA 15

Kirkpatrick’s Career Stats A 9

Tot TFL Sks Int PBU FR 24 5.0-18 1.0-11 0 1 1

FF 0

82 Lepore Wide Receiver Sr. • 6-0 • 205 Brick, N.J. Brick/New Hampshire

2009: Saw action in all 11 games for a second straight season ... in the regular rotation as a receiver and was also the team's primary holder on kick attempts ... career-highs in receptions (16) and yards (214) ... fifth on the team in receptions ... a catch in every game but two ... had at least a 21-yard pass play in four games ... pair of catches for 29 yards at Hofstra (9/5) ... season-high three receptions at Colgate (9/12) ... career-

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long 29-yard catch vs. Presbyterian (10/3) ... three grabs for a career best 46 yards in the victory over Liberty (11/21). 2008: Played in all 11 games 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. 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 sciences. Year GP 2009 11 2008 11 Totals 22

No 16 7 23

Lepore’s Career Stats Yds 214 58 272

YPC 13.4 8.3 11.8

Lg 29 16 -

TD 0 0 -

YPG 19.5 5.3 12.4

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Michael

Joseph

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Sr. • 6-3 • 250 Athens, Texas Crossroads/Trinity Valley CC

Michael

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Jr. • 6-1 • 290 Middle Island, N.Y. Longwood/Southern Conn.

2009: Played in all 11 games, starting eight, along the defensive front ... first collegiate tackles in the season opener at Hofstra (9/5) ... recovered a fumble vs. Presbyterian (10/3) that led to a field goal ... three tackles at VMI (10/17) ... three more stops at Gardner-Webb (10/31) ... career-high seven tackles at Charleston Southern (11/14) ... also broke up a pass against the Buccaneers. 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 history. Year 2009

GP 11

UA 6

Marino’s Career Stats

A 16

Tot TFL 22 0-0

Sks 0-0

Int PBU FR 0 1 1

FF 0

Elias

Chris

Eric

So. • 6-2 • 280 Edgewater, Md. South River

So. • 5-10 • 205 Riverhead, N.Y. Riverhead, N.Y./Hofstra

2009: Did not see game action. 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.

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Jr. • 5-10 • 195 Lakewood, Calif. Lakewood/Santa Rosa JC

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Prior to Stony Brook: Played two seasons at Santa Rosa Junior College ... earned two letters for the Bearcubs. High School: A 2008 graduate of Lakewood High School ... earned three letters for the Lancers ... named first-team all-league, Moore League dream team, first-team All-American as a senior ... a member of the Lakewood High School Athletic Hall of Fame ... ran track as a senior. Personal: Born Cedrick Moore on May 15, 1990 in Artesia, California ... son of John Moore and Junetta Knight ... dad played football at Delta State ... has three siblings ... brother, Brandon, played football at Marshall.

2009 Football

Prior to Stony Brook: Played one season at Hofstra University ... led the Pride in rushing as a freshman in 2009 with 385 yards, scoring three touchdowns ... also caught five passes for 68 yards ... career-high 95 yards against Maine. High School: A 2009 graduate of Riverhead High School ... 2009 New York State Gatorade Player of the Year... 2008 Hansen Award as the top football player in Suffolk County ... rushed for 2,328 yards and 33 touchdowns, leading Riverhead to a 12-0 record ... three time all-county pick ... twice an all-Long Island selection ... MVP of the Empire Challenge game (Long Island vs. City) ... team captain ... also lettered in track, basketball and lacrosse. Personal: Born Miguel Maysonet on December 13, 1989 in Puerto Rico ... son of Yolanda Santana ... has two brothers.

R-Fr. • 5-11 • 175 Mt. Laurel, N.J. Cherokee

Records & History

Miguel

Running Back

Wide Receiver

2010 Opponents

5 Maysonet

18 Mobley

2009 Review

2009: Played in his first collegiate game vs. Presbyterian (10/3). 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 multidisciplinary studies.

2009: Did not see game action. 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 ... majoring in business management.

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Offensive Line

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

Coaching Staff

74 Mauler

Wide Receiver

2010 Preview

2009: Did not see game action. High School: A 2009 graduate of Millikan High School in Long Beach, California … earned three letters in football for the Rams … first team allleague 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.

Major

Jr. • 6-5 • 265 Long Beach, Calif. Milikan

Cedrick

Defensive Line

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Adam

55 Nowak Linebacker R-Fr. • 6-2 • 240 Pottstown, Pa. Father Judge

2009: Did not see game action. 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 All-Southeast 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 ... majoring in business management

28 Polo Running Back R-Fr. • 5-11 • 185 Wantagh, N.Y. Wantagh

2009: Did not see game action. High School: A 2009 graduate of Wantagh 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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Armand

Jr. • 6-4 • 300 Uniondale, N.Y. Uniondale, N.Y./Hofstra

52 Poole

Offensive Line Sr. • 6-2 • 285 Grayson, Ga. Grayson/Hofstra

Prior to Stony Brook: Spent four years at Hofstra ... played in 29 career games for the Pride ... redshirted in 2007 ... started career on the defensive side before moving to offense as a sophomore. High School: A 2006 graduate of Grayson High School ... tallied 58 tackles and five sacks as a senior ... earned All-Gwinnett County Player of the Month honors in 2005 ... named to preseason all-country team as a senior ... posted 32 tackles and three sacks in 2004. Personal: Born November 16, 1987 ... has one brother and one sister.

6 Porter

Donald

Andrew

Defensive Line

Prior to Stony Brook: Member of the Hofstra University program for four years ... played in all 12 games as a redshirt sophomore in 2008 ... made 26 tackles for the Pride ... career-high five tackles against UConn. High School: A 2006 graduate of Uniondale High School ... all-Nassau County as a senior ... selected to play in the 2006 Outback Steakhouse Empire Challenge All-Star Game ... also lettered in track and wrestling. Personal: Born Andrew Nelson on February 25, 1988 in Uniondale, New York ... son of Lyvannie and Alieth Nelson ... has one sister ... majoring in sociology.

Vincent

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Wide Receiver Sr. • 5-8 • 175 Charles Town, W.Va. Martinsburg

2009: One of team’s top receivers ... played in all 11 games with four starts ... led the team with 476 receiving yards ... fourth on the team with 15 catches ... second with five TD receptions ... also returned 13 kickoffs for 241 yards ... second in the Big South with his average of 19.0 yards per catch ... also finished among the league’s top-10 in reception yards and yards per game ... three tackles on special teams ... career best five catches in the season opener at Hofstra (9/5) ... first TD of the season came on a 10-yard play with 47 seconds left to lift SBU to a win over Brown (9/19) ... season long kick return of 37 yards at Massachusetts (10/3) ... career game vs. Presbyterian with four catches for 156 yards and a pair of scores ... 150 all-purpose yards at North Dakota (10/10), including four catches for 91 yards and a score ... threw out of a “Wildcat” formation for a key two-point conversion in the win over Liberty (11/21). 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 kick-off

Year 2009

TD 5 0 0 5

No. 13 19 21 53

Kick Returns Yds Avg Lg 241 18.5 37 375 19.7 76 463 22.0 38 1079 20.4 -

TD 0 0 0 0

Alex

Defensive Line

R-Fr. • 6-2 • 250 Manhattan Beach, Calif. Mira Costa/Santa Monica College

Dominick

2009: Played in nine games in first season at SBU ... saw most of his action on special teams ... equaled his total for the entire season with a career-best six tackles in the win over Liberty (11/21). Prior to Stony Brook: Attended Bridgton Academy in Maine … earned Coach’s Award. High School: A 2008 graduate of Malden Catholic High School … three letters in football for the Lancers … two-time Catholic Conference all-star … 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.

9 Rousseau Defensive Line Sr. • 6-2 • 230 Brooklyn, N.Y. Tilden/Maine

Prior to Stony Brook: Played in the first four games of the 2008 season at Maine ... made 19 tackles ... had nine stops and three sacks against Stony Brook. Prior to Maine: Played two years at Nassau Community College. High School: A graduate of Samuel J. Tilden High School in Brooklyn, N.Y. ... played running back and linebacker in high school ... helped lead his team to a berth in the PSAL playoffs in 1998 ... Brooklyn All-Star Team honors ... all-conference selection. Personal: Born Jonas Rousseau on January 1, 1982 ... son of Joan Rousseau ... majoring in sociology.

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2009: Played in all 11 games in his first season of action ... four starts at safety ... fifth on the team with 49 tackles ... tied for third with three passes broken up ... seven tackles and two passes broken up in his first career start at Colgate (9/12) ... five tackles at Massachuseets (9/26) ... six tackles, including a season-high five solo, vs. Presbyterian (10/3) ... three stops and a pass breakup at North Dakota (10/10) ... season-high 11 tackles and a fumble recovery at VMI (10/17) ... four solo tackles and a pass

So. • 6-1 • 235 Revere, Mass. Malden Catholic/Bridgton Academy

2009 Football

So. • 6-4 • 205 Hesperia, Calif. Hesperia

Linebacker

Records & History

Defensive Back

FF 0

2010 Opponents

24 Reyes

Int PBU FR 0 4 1-0

2009 Review

2009: Did not see game action. 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 sociology.

Tot TFL Sks 49 0.5-2 0-0

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95 Probasco

Reyes’ Career Stats

A 21

35 Richardson

Craig

Lg 60 37 7 -

UA 28

Coaching Staff

Receiving No. Yds YPC 25 476 19.0 11 137 12.5 2 10 5.0 38 623 16.4

Jonas

Porter’s Career Stats

GP 11

2010 Preview

Year GP 2009 11 2008 10 2007 10 Totals 31

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breakup in the win over Coastal Carolina (10/24) ... six stops in the victory at Gardner-Webb (10/31). 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 information systems.

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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) … seasonlong 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.

2009: Played in 10 games, starting nine ... had a career-high 68 tackles ... second on the team with 7.5 TFLs ... tied for second with 45 solo tackles ... season-high 13 in opening week at Hofstra (9/5) ... totaled 12 tackles at Colgate (9/12) ... made a key interception, returning it 32 yards against Brown (9/19) ... had seven tackles and recovered a fumble at Gardner-Webb (10/31) ... had eight tackles vs. Coastal Carolina (10/24) and at Charleston Southern (11/14). 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) … career-high 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. Gardner-Webb (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 ... enrolled in graduate school of professional development ... earned an undergraduate degree in sociology with a minor in history.

Year

GP

2009 10/9 2008 11/8 2007 11/1 Totals 32/18

UA 45 32 16 93

Schwicke’s Career Stats A

23 28 37 88

Tot TFL 68 60 53 181

7.5-22 4.5-13 3.0-6 15.0-41

Sks

0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

Int PBU FR

1-32 0 1-43 2-75

0 0 0 0

1-0 0 1-0 2-0

FF 0 1 0 1

David

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

88 Shukri Tight End So. • 6-6 • 250 Lindenhurst, N.Y. Lindenhurst

2009: Saw action against Presbyterian (10/3). 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 sociology.

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Wesley

Stephen

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Linebacker

Captain

Meet The Seawolves 34 Schwicke

Kicker/Punter So. • 6-2 • 215 Brandon, Fla. Armwood

2009: Went 15-of-17 on field goals and 26-of30 on extra points ... led the team in scoring with 71 points ... had 24 kickoffs ... Big South Special Teams Player of the Week (9/14) after going 3-for-3 on kicks at Colgate (9/12) ... drilled a career-high 43-yard field goal at UMass (9/26) ... named one of the College Sporting News’ National All-Stars for going 4-for-4 on extra points and hitting four field goals against Presbyterian (10/3) ... four field goals and 16 points set school records against Blue Hose ... also named Big South Co-Special Teams Player of the Week that week ... did not miss an extra point in the final three games of the season. 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 history. Year 2009

GP 11

Skiffington’s Career Stats

FG Pct. 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 LG PATs

15-17 88.2

1-1

6-6

7-7

* had 24 kick-offs for 1371 yards (57.1 avg)

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Victor

R-Fr. • 6-1 • 200 Northport, N.Y. Northport

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

Tot TFL 7 7

1.0-6 1.0-6

Sks

1.0-6 1.0-6

Int PBU FR 0 0

0 0

0 0

FF 0 0

49 Trujillo Linebacker Fr. • 6-0 • 225 Miami, Fla. American

High School: A 2009 graduate of Miami American High School ... enrolled at Stony Brook in 2010 spring semester ... all-Dade County as a senior ... four-year starter and two-time captain for the Patriots ... team’s defensive MVP ... led team in tackles each of the last three seasons ... also lettered in soccer, wrestling and basketball. Personal: Born Andres Jonathan Trujillo on June 6, 1991 in Miami, Florida ... son of Andres and Tami ... has two siblings.

47 Tudor Defensive Back Jr. • 5-10 • 190 South Ozone Park, N.Y. Jamaica

2009: Did not see game action. 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 applied math and statistics.

University/Media Info

2009 Football

2009: Played in seven games ... recorded three tackles at Colgate (9/12) and at UMass (9/26) ... had a tackle for a loss and sack vs. Coastal Carolina (10/24). 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 con-

3 3

Records & History

Corey

Defensive Back

A

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4 4

Stringer’s Career Stats

2009 Review

2009: Did not see game action. High School: A 2009 graduate of Northport High School ... lettered twice in football for the Tigers as a quarterback/strong safety ... all-league selection as a senior ... helped his team to a 6-2 record in 2007 ... also lettered in basketball and baseball ... president of the business honor society. Personal: Born Victor Spinelli on February 28, 1991 in Bay Shore, New York ... son of Victor and Jeannie Spinelli ... brother of Jaclyn ... majoring in business management.

7/0 7/0

UA

Meet the Seawolves

Quarterback

2009 Totals

GP

Coaching Staff

37 Spinelli

Year

2010 Preview

2009: Did not see game action. High School: A 2009 graduate of New Rochelle High School … threetime 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.

Andres

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

Marlon

Ian

Offensive Line

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ference 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.

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GP

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Tuiloma’s Career Stats A

19

Tot TFL

Sks

Int PBU FR

31 2.5-12 1.5-11 1-27

2

0

FF 0

A.J.

42 Valentine Defensive Back R-Fr. • 5-10 • 178 Marlton, N.J. Cherokee

2009: Did not see game action. 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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Linebacker So. • 5-8 • 180 Higganum, Conn. New London

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Jr. • 6-2 • 305 Buena Park, Calif. Western/Long Beach City College

2009: Did not see game action. 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 AllOrange 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 history.

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Arin

Kenny

So. • 5-10 • 230 Long Beach, Calif. Long Beach Poly

2009: Played in all 11 games ... started against UMass (9/26) ... totaled 31 tackles (12 solo, 19 assisted) ... had 12 tackles and an interception, setting up a TD at UMass ... named Big South Freshman of the Week (9/26) ... had 2.5 tackles for a loss ... recorded back-to-back TFLs against Presbyterian (10/3) and North Dakota (10/10) ... also had a sack and QB hurry against North Dakota. High School: A 2009 graduate of Long Beach Polytechnic High School … three-time letterwinner in football for the Jack Rabbits … second team all-league as a senior … 105 tackles, three fumble recoveries, two forced fumbles and an interception … most outstanding linebacker … helped to back-to-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.

Rich

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Linebacker

2009: Saw action in all 11 games on special teams ... made two tackles vs. Brown (9/19). 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 … all-area 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.

Defensive Back Sr. • 6-0 • 212 Toms River, N.J. Toms River North

2009: First team all-Big South ... two time Big South Defensive Player of the Week (9/21) and (11/2) ... started all 11 games ... recorded 80 tackles, three interceptions and three fumble recoveries and one forced fumble ... double-digit tackles in four games ... intercepted a pass at UMass (9/26) ... 11 tackles vs. Brown (9/19) and at GardnerWebb (10/31) ... 10 tackles at Charleston Southern (11/14) and vs. Liberty (11/21) ... forced a fumble at Gardner-Webb and ran it back for a TD ... three pass breakups vs. Liberty.

Captain

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0.5-1 3.5-4 0.0-0 4.0-5

0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

Int PBU FR

3-6 0 0 3-6

6 2 0 8

3-16 1-0 0 4-16

FF 1 1 0 2

Defensive Line So. • 5-11 • 240 Woodside, N.Y. Bayside

R-Fr. • 5-10 • 180 Brentwood, Tenn.

2009: Did not see game action. 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.

Quarterback Fr. • 6-4 • 175 Ronkonkoma, N.Y. Connetquot

Matt

High School: A 2010 graduate of Connetquot High School ... threeyear letterwinner for the Thunderbirds ... played for Long Island in 2010 Outback Steakhouse Empire Challenge ... part of Long Island Championship team in 2008 ... earned all-county and all-division honors as a junior and senior ... two-year letterwinner in basketball ... earned allleague as a junior and senior in basketball ... also ran track as a senior. Personal: Born Ryan Andersen on June 24, 1992 ... son of Bruce and Kathy Anderson ... has three siblings.

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17 Andersen

2009 Football

Reza

Kicker

High School: A 2010 graduate of Port Jefferson High School ... fouryear letterwinner for the Royals ... earned all-division honors as a senior ... went for 1-for-2 on field goals and 16-for-16 on extra points ... served as soccer team captain ... also ran winter track and played tennis. Personal: Born Luke Allen on September 7, 1992 in Blackburn, England ... son of Peter and Sarah Allen.

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Jr. • 6-4 • 240 Elmira Heights, N.Y. Valley Forge Military College/Edison

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Fr. • 6-2 • 185 Port Jefferson, N.Y. Port Jefferson

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2009: Did not see game action. 2008: Did not play. High School: A 2008 graduate of Bayside High School ... four-time letterwinner in football for the Commodores ... named to the All-Borough team ... student-athlete of the month ... team captain ... also lettered in baseball. Personal: Born John Zorbas on October 16, 1990 in Woodside, New York … son of Eleni Zorbas ... majoring in applied math and statistics.

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John

91 Zorbas

Luke

80 58 13 151

Sks

Ryan

35 22 5 62

Tot TFL

53 Allen

Jonathan

45 36 8 89

West’s Career Stats

A

Fr. • 6-5 • 265 Beaverton, Ore. Southridge

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2009 11/11 2008 11/7 2007 10/0 Totals 32/18

UA

Offensive Line

Coaching Staff

GP

76 Acey

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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 … career-high 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). 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 … threetime 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 all-division 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.

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Fr. • 6-0 • 197 Roosevelt, N.Y. Roosevelt

High School: A 2010 graduate of Roosevelt High School ... a four-year letterwinner for the Rough Riders ... Class B first team all-New York State on defense and all-county selection as a senior ... recorded 85 tackles as a senior ... all-conference pick in 2008 ... all-academic in 2008 and 2009 ... two-time team captain ... played for Long Island in 2010 Outback Steakhouse Empire Challenge ... also lettered in basketball, wrestling and track. Personal: Born Jawara Dudley on July 10, 1992 in Queens, New York ... son of Charles Dudley and Laurette Gregory ... has two siblings.

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Fr. • 6-3 • 290 Latham, N.Y. Christian Brothers Academy

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Defensive Line Fr. • 6-2 • 220 Moriches, N.Y. William Floyd

High School: A 2010 graduate of William Floyd High School ... threetime letterwinner for the Colonials ... Class AA first team all-New York State on defense ... 2009 Zellner Award as the best lineman in Suffolk County ... all-Long Island selection as a senior ... recorded 98 tackles and 17 sacks in 2009... two-time captain of the team ... helped William Floyd to a 10-2 mark in 2009 and 10-1 in 2008 ... played for Long Island in 2010 Outback Steakhouse Empire Challenge ... also lettered in wrestling. Personal: Born Kevin Hauter on November 15, 1992 in Brookhaven, New York ... son of Carol Toal ... has two siblings.

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Nick

Jawara

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66 Hauter

Linebacker Fr. • 6-3 • 200 Patchogue, N.Y. Patchogue-Medford

High School: A 2010 graduate of Patchogue-Medford High School ... two-year letterwinner for the Raiders ... team captain as a senior ... first team all-division as a senior ... made 63 tackles and had three sacks as a senior ... also played lacrosse. Personal: Born Nicholas E. Iorio on June 26, 1992 ... son of Anthony and Tracey Iorio ... father played football at Hillsdale College ... has two siblings.

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JeVahn

Fr. • 5-7 • 150 Wheatley Heights, N.Y. Half Hollow Hills West

44 Dudley

Alex

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High School: A 2010 graduate of Half Hollow Hills West High School ... 2009 Hansen Award winner as the top football player in Suffolk County ... all-Long Island, all-county and all-division as a senior ... New York State Player of the Year ... Class A first team all-New York State on offense ... Division III MVP for Suffolk County ... MVP of the Suffolk County championship game, leading his team to the county title and a 12-0 record ... threw for 1,531 yards and 24 TDs and rushed for 1,789 yards and 24 TDs in 2009 ... totaled 3,873 all-purpose yards as a senior ... played for Long Island in 2010 Outback Steakhouse Empire Challenge ... also lettered in basketball and track. Personal: Born JeVahn Cruz on December 23, 1992 in West Islip, New York ... son of Alvin Toney and Alyshia Cruz ... has three siblings.

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Running Back Fr. • 6-1 • 186 Central Islip, N.Y. Sachem North

High School: A 2010 graduate of Sachem North High School ... Class AA second team all-New York State on offense ... all-Long Island, allcounty and all-division as a senior ... Division I Player of the Year in Suffolk County in 2009 ... rushed for 1,887 yards and scored 24 touchdowns as a senior ... tied school-record with five touchdowns in one game ... helped his team to a 10-1 record and a No. 13 ranking in New York ... recorded 63 tackles on defense with one interception ... named his team's MVP for 2009 ... played for Long Island in 2010 Outback Steakhouse Empire Challenge. Personal: Born Davon Lawrence on June 15, 1991 ... son of Owen Lawrence and Mae Colloway.

Bryant

Fr. • 6-4 • 185 New York, N.Y. Cardinal Hayes

Fr. • 6-2 • 188 Carrollton, Texas Creekview

Tight End Fr. • 6-2 • 230 Houston, Texas Travis

Grant

High School: A 2010 graduate of William B. Travis High School ... two-time letterwinner for the Tigers ... all-district as a senior ... team’s offensive MVP in 2009 ... caught 13 passes for 130 yards as a senior ... also played fullback and guard ...2009 ProspectFIT Athlete of the Year. Personal: Born Tanner Nehls on August 27, 1991 in Houston, Texas ... son of Terry and Nina ... has two siblings ... uncle played basketball at Rice and cousin played baseball at UW-Parkside.

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Records & History

High School: A 2010 graduate of Creekview High School in Carrollton, Texas ... three letters in football for the Mustangs ... all-district selection as a senior ... threw for 1,345 yards ... rushed for 600 yards and 18 TDs ... also lettered in basketball ... team captain in football ... also played basketball. Personal: Born Nicholas Moody on November 11, 1991 in Augusta, Georgia ... son of Karl Moody and Cynthia Flowers ... father played football at Furman ... has one sibling.

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Quarterback

Fr. • 6-0 • 220 Watchung, N.J. Watchung/Northeastern

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13 Moody

Linebacker

Meet the Seawolves

High School: A 2010 graduate of Cardinal Hayes High School ... fourtime letterwinner in football for the Cardinals ... all-city and all-league selection as a senior ... 450 receiving yards and seven TDs as a senior ... totaled 600 yards and 10 scores as a junior ... also lettered in basketball and track ... two-time team captain for basketball ... played for New York City in 2010 Outback Steakhouse Empire Challenge. Personal: Born Bryant McAdoo on September 12, 1992 in Manhattan, New York ... son of Gail McAdoo ... has one sibling ... uncle, Bob, played 14 years in the NBA and is in the Basketball Hall of Fame.

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Wide Receiver

Fr. • 6-0 • 215 Richardson, Texas Berkner

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Linebacker

High School: A 2010 graduate of Berkner High School in Richardson, Texas ... lettered three times in football for the Rams... all-district and all-city pick ... 85 tackles and three interceptions on defense as a senior ... also rushed for 400 yards and nine touchdowns ... 147 tackles and an interception as a junior. Personal: Born Grant Hart Nakwaasah on May 19, 1992 in Dallas, Texas ... son of Hart and Maribeth ... has four siblings.

Nick

Fr. • 5-11 • 200 Rocky Hill, Conn. Rocky Hill

Tanner

Mike

Defensive Back

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Fr. • 6-3 • 285 Centerport, N.Y. Harborfields

Christian

87 Ricard Wide Receiver Fr. • 6-0 • 190 Spencer, Mass. David Prouty

High School: A 2010 graduate of David Prouty High School ... two-year letterwinner for the Panthers ... ran for 500 yards and 16 touchdowns as a senior ... had 56 tackles and six interceptions as a senior ... team captain, MVP, defensive player of the year and special teams player of the year ... Shriners All-Star ... Red Zone Player of the Year nominee ... four-year letterwinner in baseball Personal: Born Christian Patrick Ricard on August 7, 1992 in Worcester, Massachusetts ... son of Paul and Judith Ricard ... has five siblings.

83 Scorzelli Fullback Fr. • 6-0 • 225 Bohemia, N.Y. St. Anthony’s

High School: A 2010 graduate of St. Anthony’s High School ... two-year letterwinner for the Friars ... Catholic League All-Star as a senior ... team won CHSFL AAA Championship as a senior ... team captain as a senior ... served as class president during freshman and sophomore years ... member of National Honor Society. Personal: Born Shane Scorzelli on April 20, 1992 in Bohemia, New York ... son of Ronald and Bonnie ... dad played football and mom was a cheerleader at Hofstra ... has one siblings.

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Devante

Cody

Offensive Line

High School: Attends Harborfields High School ... three-year letterwinner for the Tornados ... all-Suffolk County as a senior ... played for Suffolk in PAL small-school senior all-star game ... all-division pick as a junior ... also lettered in lacrosse ... honor society. Personal: Born Cody Precht on April 1, 1992 in Centerport, New York ... son of Steven and Lori Precht ... has two siblings.

Shane

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Cornerback Fr. • 5-11 • 180 Staten Island, N.Y. Poly Prep

High School: A 2010 graduate of Poly Prep Day School in Brooklyn ... three-year letterwinner for the Blue Devils ... first team all-New York City and all-Brooklyn by New York Daily News and New York Post ... Class A second team all-New York State on offense ... recorded 20 touchdowns as a senior (5 passing, 6 running, 6 interceptions, 2 kick return and 1 punt return) ... also lettered in track ... played for New York City in 2010 Outback Steakhouse Empire Challenge. Personal: Born Devante Wheeler on June 15, 1992 in Brooklyn, New York ... son of Chris Legree and Vena Wheeler ... has two siblings ... father played football at Pittsburgh ... cousin, David, plays football at Hampton and cousin, Jeff, plays at the College of the Sequoias.

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Date

Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 * Oct. 3 Oct. 10 * Oct. 17 * Oct. 24 * Oct. 31 * Nov. 14 * Nov. 21

Opponent

Results

at Hofstra at Colgate BROWN at #15 Massachusetts PRESBYTERIAN at North Dakota at VMI COASTAL CAROLINA at Gardner-Webb at Charleston Southern #16 LIBERTY

L L W L W L W W W L, OT W

ALL CAPS - Home Game * Big South Conference Game Team Statistics

SBU

SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp - Att - Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-Yards MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS

OPP

267 24.3 198 87 96 15 1804 2075 271 400 4.5 164.0 14 2141 158-293-12 7.3 13.6 194.6 16 3945 693 5.7 358.6 41-811 15-82 12-165 19.8 5.5 13.8 14-5 79-746 67.8 57-2046 35.9 32.1 31:05 59/148 40% 8/12 67% 12-79 0 32 15-17 0-1 31-35 89% 18-35 51% 26-30 87%

256 23.3 197 81 97 19 1583 1816 233 384 4.1 143.9 17 2033 199-334-12 6.1 10.2 184.8 11 3616 718 5.0 328.7 50-944 23-159 12-201 18.9 6.9 16.8 17-14 51-461 41.9 46-1736 37.7 33.8 28:47 60/155 39% 8/17 47% 15-96 18 32 12-20 0-0 23-31 74% 16-31 52% 28-30 93%

Score by Quarters 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total Stony Brook Opponents

52

58 87

84 60

42 83 53 53

0 3

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Overall

10-17 13-23 21-20 17-44 52-14 24-31 27-20 16-10 24-14 27-30 36-33

0-1 0-2 1-2 1-3 2-3 2-4 3-4 4-4 5-4 5-5 6-5

Conf. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 4-1 5-1

iNDIVIDUAL Statistics Rushing G Att Gain Loss Net Avg Td Lg Avg/g Gowins Cuttino Mateo Contardi Porter Altamiranda Brevi Sweeney Hoffman Coulter Team Total Opponents

10 11 3 3 11 6 11 4 1 11 10 11 11

145 177 26 9 2 1 3 1 1 26 9 400 384

959 69 890 836 36 800 155 1 154 27 9 18 10 0 10 7 0 7 12 6 6 0 2 -2 0 7 -7 69 101 -32 0 40 -40 2075 271 1804 1816 233 1583

C-A-I

6.1 9 4.5 4 5.9 0 2.0 0 5.0 0 7.0 0 2.0 0 -2.0 0 -7.0 0 -1.2 1 -4.4 0 4.5 14 4.1 17

Passing

G Eff

Coulter Sweeney Hoffman Cuttino Team Total Opponents

11 127.43 153-279-10 54.8 2060 15 4 30.80 2-6-1 33.3 22 0 1 154.27 3-6-1 50.0 59 1 11 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 10 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 11 125.13 158-293-12 53.9 2141 16 11 114.39 199-334-12 59.6 2033 11

65 43 27 16 6 7 7 0 0 18 0 65 70

89.0 72.7 51.3 6.0 0.9 1.2 0.5 -0.5 -7.0 -2.9 -4.0 164.0 143.9

Pct Yds Td Lg Avg/g 64 15 28 0 0 64 51

187.3 5.5 59.0 0.0 0.0 194.6 184.8

Receiving

G

No. Yds

Avg

Td

Lg

Avg/g

Towns Gush Brevi Porter Lepore Cuttino Saffold Auerbach Tyler Cassel Gowins Total Opponents

11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 6 10 11 11

37 26 26 25 16 11 10 2 2 2 1 158 199

10.8 15.9 13.2 19.0 13.4 11.9 10.6 17.0 8.0 5.0 -1.0 13.6 10.2

1 6 2 5 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 16 11

35 64 44 60 29 40 23 21 9 5 0 64 51

36.2 41.3 31.3 43.3 19.5 11.9 9.6 3.1 1.5 1.7 -0.1 194.6 184.8

398 413 344 476 214 131 106 34 16 10 -1 2141 2033

No. Yds

Avg

Td

Interceptions

No. Yds

Avg

Td

Punting Lg Evangelista

Gush Teague Porter Total Opponents

No. Yds 27 13 1 41 50

557 241 13 811 944

8.0 2.0 31.5 13.0 0.0 27.0 32.0 13.8 16.8

Avg 20.6 18.5 13.0 19.8 18.9

0 0 0 0 0

15 0 0 15 18

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 3

18 6 63 13 0 27 32 63 51

Td

Lg

0 0 0 0 1

53 37 13 53 89

No. Yds

Kirkpatrick West Total Opponents

Evangelista Skiffington Total Opponents

55 2 57 46

2016 30 2046 1736

No. Yds 30 24 54 53

Total Offense G Coulter Gowins Cuttino Mateo Hoffman Sweeney Contardi Porter Altamiranda Brevi Team Total Opponents

11 10 11 3 1 4 3 11 6 11 10 11 11

1627 1371 2998 3092

305 145 178 26 7 7 9 2 1 3 10 693 718

36.7 15.0 35.9 37.7

Td

56.0 16.0 36.0 6.0

52 30 52 56

Avg Tb

Plays

Lg

0 1 1 0

56 16 56 6

54.2 57.1 55.5 58.3

1 0 1 5

Rush -32 890 800 154 -7 -2 18 10 7 6 -40 1804 1583

3 0 3 5

4 0 4 1

1 1 2 0

Ob Ret Net Ydln 2 1 3 3

- - - - 18.9 37.7 19.8 41.2

Pass

Total

2060 0 0 0 59 22 0 0 0 0 0 2141 2033

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(30) (36),(36) - (43) (22),(22),(37),(38) 42,(32) (24),(21) (37) (27) (27),40,(18) -

2028 890 800 154 52 20 18 10 7 6 -40 3945 3616

32 28

Avg/g 184.4 89.0 72.7 51.3 52.0 5.0 6.0 0.9 1.2 0.5 -4.0 358.6 328.7

Opponents

(32),34,47 (26) 40 (30),(42),(35) 41 52,(38) 46,48,(38) (51),(46),44,(43) (31),(35)

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Hofstra Colgate Brown Massachusetts Presbyterian North Dakota VMI Coastal Carolina Gardner-Webb Charleston Southern Liberty

10 16 0 0 10 16 13 15

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FG Sequence

Cory Giddings ‘10 had a 63-yard interception return for a touchdown in a 52-17 win over Presbyterian. He finished his four-year career with eight INTs.

avg

56 16 72 12

No. Yds Avg Lg Tb Fc i20 50+ Blk

Team Total Opponents

Kickoffs

1 1 2 2

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Brevi Porter Cuttino Total Opponents

24 6 63 13 0 27 32 165 201

6.8 -6.0 0.0 5.5 6.9

Coaching Staff

Kick Returns

3 3 2 1 1 1 1 12 12

88 -6 0 82 159

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Clements West Giddings Santucci Richards Tuiloma Schwicke Total Opponents

13 1 1 15 23

2009 Statistics

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Punt Returns

Lg Fumble Returns

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made

Scoring

Field Goals Skiffington

Fg

Kick

Rush

20-29

- 9 6 5 5 2 1 1 1 1 1 32 32

15-17 - - - - - - - - - - 15-17 12-20

26-30 - - - - - - - - - - 26-30 28-30

Fg

Pct.

01-19

15-17

88.2

1-1

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

6-6

PAT

Rcv

Pass

Dxp

Saf

Pts

30-39

40-49

50-99

Lg

Blk

- - - 1 - - 1 - - - - 2 -

7-7

- - - 1-1 - - - - - - 1-1 2-2 0-1

1-3

- - - - - - - - - - - - -

0-0

- - - - - - - - - - - - -

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71 54 36 32 30 12 8 6 6 6 6 267 256

1

53

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Skiffington Gowins Gush Porter Cuttino Brevi Tyler West Towns Giddings Coulter Total Opponents

Td

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2009 Statistics All Purpose G Rush Rcv

Pr

Kr Ir

Cuttino Brevi Gowins Porter Gush Towns Lepore Mateo Saffold Giddings Auerbach Schwicke Tuiloma Clements

0 0 0 0 88 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

13 557 0 241 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

11 11 10 11 10 11 11 3 11 9 11 10 11 11

800 6 890 10 0 0 0 154 0 0 0 0 0 0

131 344 -1 476 413 398 214 0 106 0 34 0 0 0

Defensive Leaders

G

Solo

Santucci West Schwicke Clements Reyes Richards Haber Rankins Giddings Perri Tuiloma Teague Kirkpatrick Marino Sollazzo Auerbach Richardson Guillory Stringer Glenn Vitale Altamiranda Skiffington Porter Crew Burgwardt Evangelista Gush Lepore Cuttino Towns Tyler Muy Total Opponents

11 11 10 11 11 11 11 9 9 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 9 5 7 2 11 6 11 11 10 8 11 10 11 11 11 11 7 11 11

57 45 45 42 28 26 17 20 19 17 12 16 15 6 14 7 8 7 4 2 4 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 . 429 383

54

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 63 0 32 27 24

Total Avg/g All Purpose G Rush Rcv 944 907 889 727 501 398 214 154 106 63 34 32 27 24

85.8 82.5 88.9 66.1 50.1 36.2 19.5 51.3 9.6 7.0 3.1 3.2 2.5 2.2

Contardi Tyler Santucci Cassel Altamiranda West Sweeney Teague Hoffman Coulter Team Total Opponents

3 11 11 6 6 11 4 11 1 11 10 11 11

18 0 0 16 0 0 0 10 7 0 0 0 -2 0 0 0 -7 0 -32 0 -40 0 1804 2141 1583 2033

Pr

Kr Ir

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -6 0 0 0 82 159

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 811 944

Tackles Sacks Pass Defense Fumbles A Tot TFL/Yds No-Yds Int-Yds BrUp Qbh Rcv-Yds FF 36 35 23 18 21 16 22 16 17 19 19 9 9 16 8 7 4 2 3 4 1 1 1 1 . . 1 . . . . . 1 310 346

93 80 68 60 49 42 39 36 36 36 31 25 24 22 22 14 12 9 7 6 5 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 739 729

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14.0-57 0.5-1 7.5-22 . 0.5-2 2.0-4 3.5-14 3.0-11 1.5-3 5.5-11 2.5-12 . 5.0-18 . 5.5-14 4.0-14 . . 1.0-6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56-189 62-239

3.0-27 1-13 . 3-6 . 1-32 . 3-24 . . 0.5-1 1-0 1.5-8 . . . . 2-63 1.5-4 . 1.5-11 1-27 . . 1.0-11 . . . 2.0-11 . . . . . . . 1.0-6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-79 12-165 15-96 12-201

2 6 . 4 4 7 1 1 2 3 2 . 1 1 . . . 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 40

. . . . . . 2 . . 2 1 . 2 1 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 19

1-0 3-16 1-0 . 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 . . . . 1-56 1-0 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . 1-0 14-72 5-12

Total Avg/g

0 18 0 16 13 13 0 10 0 7 6 6 0 -2 0 -6 0 -7 0 -32 0 -40 165 5003 201 4920

2 1 . . . . 1 . . . . . . . 2 . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . 7 8

6.0 1.5 1.2 1.7 1.2 0.5 -0.5 -0.5 -7.0 -2.9 -4.0 454.8 447.3

Blkd Kick . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 4

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2009 Big South Conference Co-Champions

2010 Opponents

Rushes ............................................ 46 .......................... at Massachusetts Yards Rushing ................................ 271 ...........................................at VMI Yards Per Rush .............................. 7.2 . .....................................vs Liberty TD Rushes ....................................... 5 ........................... at Massachusetts Pass attempts . ................................ 45 ....................................... vs Brown Pass completions ............................ 29 ....................................... vs Brown Yards Passing ................................ 267 ...................................... vs Brown Yards Per Pass . ............................ 10.4 . ....................... at Massachusetts TD Passes ........................................ 3 ........................................ vs Brown Total Plays ....................................... 77 ....................................... vs Brown Total Offense .................................. 500 ......................... at Massachusetts Yards Per Play . .............................. 7.0 . ........................ at Massachusetts Points ..............................................44 .......................... at Massachusetts Sacks By .......................................... 3 .......................................at Colgate First Downs ..................................... 22 ....................................... vs Brown .........................................................22 .......................... at Massachusetts Penalties . ......................................... 9 ........................vs Coastal Carolina Penalty Yards .................................. 78 .......................vs Coastal Carolina Turnovers ......................................... 7 .............................. vs Presbyterian Interceptions By . .............................. 3 .................. at Charleston Southern

2009 Review

OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS

Meet the Seawolves

Rushes ............................................ 51 ............................. vs Presbyterian Yards Rushing ................................ 340 ................ at Charleston Southern Yards Per Rush .............................. 7.6 . ............... at Charleston Southern TD Rushes ....................................... 4 ........................................vs Liberty Pass attempts . ................................ 44 ............................................at VMI Pass completions ............................ 28 ............................................at VMI Yards Passing ................................ 328 ............................ vs Presbyterian Yards Per Pass . .............................11.5 . ..........................at North Dakota TD Passes ........................................ 2 ........................................ vs Brown ..........................................................2 ........................... at Massachusetts ..........................................................2 .............................. vs Presbyterian ..........................................................2 ..............................at North Dakota ..........................................................2 .............................................at VMI ..........................................................2 ........................vs Coastal Carolina ..........................................................2 ........................... at Gardner-Webb Total Plays ....................................... 83 ............................................at VMI Total Offense .................................. 623 ............................ vs Presbyterian Yards Per Play . .............................. 7.8 . ...........................at North Dakota Points ..............................................52 ............................. vs Presbyterian Sacks By .......................................... 5 ........................vs Coastal Carolina

Rushes ............................................ 29 ...... Hernandez, at Massachusetts Yards Rushing ................................ 140 ..... Hernandez, at Massachusetts TD Rushes ....................................... 3 ....... Hernandez, at Massachusetts Long Rush ....................................... 70 .......................... Brown, vs Liberty Pass attempts . ................................ 45 ........................ Newhall, vs Brown Pass completions ............................ 29 ........................ Newhall, vs Brown Yards Passing ................................ 267 ....................... Newhall, vs Brown TD Passes ........................................ 3 ......................... Newhall, vs Brown Long Pass ....................................... 51 ................ Landry, at North Dakota Receptions ...................................... 12 .......................Farnham, vs Brown Yards Receiving ............................. 124 ............. Horne, at Massachusetts TD Receptions . ................................ 2 .......................Simonds, at Colgate Long Reception ............................... 51 ............... Bamba, at North Dakota Field Goals ....................................... 3 .................Cuko, at Massachusetts ..........................................................3 ...... Paglia, at Charleston Southern Long Field Goal ............................... 51 ..... Paglia, at Charleston Southern Punts ................................................8 ......................Goldszak, at Colgate Punting Avg ................................... 41.0 . ........Hellevang, at North Dakota Long Punt ........................................ 56 ........ Erdman, vs Coastal Carolina Long Punt Return ............................ 18 ............... Cruz, at Massachusetts Long Kickoff Return ......................... 89 ......... Lee, at Charleston Southern Tackles ............................................ 14 ........................... Thrasher, at VMI .........................................................14 ......... Patterson, at Gardner-Webb .........................................................14 ... McKain, at Charleston Southern Sacks . ............................................ 1.5 . ...........................Idah, at Colgate Tackles For Loss ............................ 2.0 . ...........................Idah, at Colgate ........................................................ 2.0 . .......................Hughes, vs Brown ........................................................ 2.0 . ................ Davis, vs Presbyterian ........................................................ 2.0 . ..........Dublanko, at North Dakota ........................................................ 2.0......... Patterson, at Gardner-Webb ........................................................ 2.0 . . McKain, at Charleston Southern Interceptions ..................................... 2 ... Kuzdale, at Charleston Southern

Coaching Staff

TEAM GAME HIGHS

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

2010 Preview

Rushes ............................................ 25 ............................... Cuttino at VMI Yards Rushing ................................ 177 ... Gowins at Charleston Southern TD Rushes ....................................... 3 ...........................Gowins vs Liberty Long Rush ....................................... 65 .... Gowins at Charleston Southern Pass attempts . ................................ 44 ............................... Coulter at VMI Pass completions ............................ 28 ............................... Coulter at VMI Yards Passing.................................. 321 ................Coulter vs Presbyterian TD Passes ........................................ 2 .............. Coulter at Massachusetts ..........................................................2 ..................Coulter vs Presbyterian ..........................................................2 ................. Coulter at North Dakota ..........................................................2 ................................ Coulter at VMI ..........................................................2 ........... Coulter vs Coastal Carolina ..........................................................2 ...............Coulter at Gardner-Webb Long Pass ....................................... 64 .......................... Coulter vs Liberty Receptions ...................................... 11 ................................ Towns at VMI Yards Receiving ............................. 156 ................. Porter vs Presbyterian TD Receptions . ................................ 2 ................. Gush at Massachusetts ..........................................................2 ................... Porter vs Presbyterian Long Reception ............................... 64 ............................. Gush vs Liberty Field Goals ....................................... 4 ............ Skiffington vs Presbyterian Long Field Goal ............................... 43 ........ Skiffington at Massachusetts Punts ................................................8 ................... Evangelista at Colgate Punting Avg ................................... 44.7 . .......Evangelista vs Presbyterian Long Punt ........................................ 52 ... Evangelista vs Coastal Carolina .........................................................52 .......Evangelista at Gardner-Webb Long Punt Return ............................ 15 ............. Gush vs Coastal Carolina Long Kickoff Return ......................... 53 .............................. Brevi vs Brown Tackles ............................................ 13 ...................... Schwicke at Hofstra .........................................................13 ........... Santucci at Massachusetts Sacks . ............................................ 1.0 . .............Sollazzo vs Presbyterian ........................................................ 1.0 . ............ Santucci at North Dakota ........................................................ 1.0 . ............. Tuiloma at North Dakota ........................................................ 1.0 . ........................... Sollazzo at VMI ........................................................ 1.0 . ....... Stringer vs Coastal Carolina ........................................................ 1.0 . ...... Santucci vs Coastal Carolina ........................................................ 1.0 . ... Kirkpatrick vs Coastal Carolina ........................................................ 1.0 . .......... Haber vs Coastal Carolina ........................................................ 1.0 . ............ Perri vs Coastal Carolina ........................................................ 1.0 . ......................Santucci vs Liberty Tackles For Loss ............................ 3.0 . ............ Santucci at North Dakota ........................................................ 3.0 . ........................... Sollazzo at VMI ........................................................ 3.0 . ... Kirkpatrick vs Coastal Carolina Interceptions ..................................... 2 .............. Clements vs Presbyterian

2009 Statistics

First Downs ..................................... 26 ............................................at VMI Penalties . ........................................ 17 ............................. vs Presbyterian Penalty Yards ................................. 153 ............................ vs Presbyterian Turnovers ......................................... 3 ........................................ vs Brown ..........................................................3 ..............................at North Dakota ..........................................................3 .................. at Charleston Southern Interceptions By . .............................. 4 .............................. vs Presbyterian

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2009 Starting Lineups University/Media Info

offense Game

LG

C

RG

RT

TE

QB

TB

FB

WR

WR

Hofstra J. Faiella

Watson

Fenaroli

Pugliese

Santos

Tyler

Coulter

Cuttino

Cassel

Towns

Porter

Colgate J. Faiella

Watson

Fenaroli

Pugliese

Santos

Tyler

Coulter

Cuttino

Saffold

Towns

Porter

Brown J. Faiella

Crew

Fenaroli

Pugliese

Santos

Tyler

Coulter

Cuttino

Saffold

Towns

Porter

Crew

Fenaroli

Pugliese

Santos

Tyler

Coulter

Cuttino

Saffold

Towns

Gush

Crew

Fenaroli

Pugliese

Santos

Tyler

Coulter

Gowins

Saffold

Towns

Gush

Crew

Fenaroli

Pugliese

Santos

Tyler

Coulter

Cuttino

Auerbach

Towns

Brevi

UMass

LT

Phillips

N. Dakota Phillips VMI

Phillips

Crew

Fenaroli

Pugliese

Santos

Tyler

Coulter

Cuttino

Saffold

Towns

Porter

Coastal

Phillips

Crew

Fenaroli

Pugliese

Santos

Tyler

Coulter

Cuttino

Saffold

Towns

Gush

Gardner- Phillips Webb Char. Phillips Southern Liberty Phillips

Crew

Fenaroli

Pugliese

Santos

Tyler

Coulter

Cuttino

Lepore

Towns

Gush

Crew

Fenaroli

Pugliese

Santos

Tyler

Coulter

Cuttino

Saffold

Towns

Brevi

Crew

Fenaroli

Pugliese

Santos

Tyler

Coulter

Cuttino

Saffold

Towns

Gush

defense Game

NT

DT

DE

SLB

MLB

WLB

CB

FS

SS

CB

Hofstra Auerbach

Haber

Perri

Sollazzo

Glenn

Santucci

Schwicke

Cuttino

West

Giddings

Guillory

Colgate Auerbach

Haber

Perri

Sollazzo

Glenn

Santucci

Schwicke

Richards

West

Reyes

Clements

Brown Auerbach

Haber

Perri

Sollazzo

Glenn

Santucci

Schwicke

Richards

West

Giddings

Clements

UMass Auerbach

Haber

Perri

Marino

Teague

Santucci

Tuiloma

Richards

West

Giddings

Clements

Presby. Auerbach

Marino

Haber

Perri

Rankins

Santucci

Schwicke

Richards

West

Giddings

Clements

N. Dakota Sollazzo

Marino

Haber

Perri

Rankins

Santucci

Schwicke

Richards

West

Giddings

Clements

Sollazzo

Marino

Haber

Perri

West

Santucci

Teague

Richards

Giddings

Reyes

Clements

Coastal Sollazzo

Marino

Haber

Perri

Rankins

Santucci

Schwicke

Richards

West

Giddings

Clements

Gardner- Sollazzo Webb Char. Sollazzo Southern Liberty Sollazzo

Marino

Haber

Perri

Rankins

Santucci

Schwicke

Richards

West

Reyes

Clements

Marino

Haber

Perri

Rankins

Santucci

Schwicke

Richards

West

Giddings

Clements

Marino

Haber

Perri

Rankins

Santucci

Schwicke

Richards

West

Giddings

Clements

VMI

DE

2010 Seawolves Football

2010 Preview

Coaching Staff

Meet the Seawolves

2009 Review

2010 Opponents

Records & History

Presby. J. Faiella

Stony Brook’s senior class celebrate with Big South trophy after a 36-33 win over Liberty in 2009 season finale

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1 2 0 0 10 0

3 3 0

2009 Box Scores

4 Total 7 10 7 17

Score by Quarters Brown Stony Brook

1 2 14 0 7 7

3 6 0

4 Total 0 20 7 21

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time

SBU 12 26-46 188 29-18-0 55-234 6-34.3 3-0 9-95 29:29

HU 18 32-119 157 33-19-1 65-276 3-40.3 3-0 2-10 30:31

BU 22 32-144 267 45-29-2 77-411 3-35.7 0-0 4-30 36:57

SBU 15 33-115 196 19-13-1 52-311 2-31.5 5-2 6-46 23:03

RUSHING: BU-Tronti 24-84; Lovett 1-37; Newhall 4-21; Theodhosi 1-1; Sewall 2-1. SBU-Cuttino 18-71; Gowins 12-55; Brevi 1-5; Hoffman 1-(-7); Coulter 1-(-9).

PASSING: SBU-Coulter 18-29-0-188. HU-Christopher 18-32-1-149; Sidaras 1-1-0-8.

PASSING: BU-Newhall 29-45-2-267. SBU-Coulter 10-12-0-137; Hoffman 3-6-1-59; Cuttino 0-1-0-0.

RECEIVING: SBU-Porter 5-42; Towns, 4-36; Brevi 3-45; Cuttino 3-31; Lepore 2-29; Cassel 1-5. HU-Weaver 5-39; Dennis 3-29; Benjamin 3-23; Morgan 2-35; Cruz 2-17; Nelson 2-2; Jackolski 1-12; Asante 1-0.

RECEIVING: BU-Farnham 12-121; Sewall 8-44; Tronti 3-28; Samp 2-31; Prestley 2-18; Sudfeld 1-20; Theodhosi 1-5. SBU-Brevi 5-76; Gush 3-57; Porter 3-41; Towns 1-12; Saffold 1-10.

1 2 3 0 13 0 7 10 0

4 Total 0 13 6 23

2009 Review

Score by Quarters Stony Brook Colgate

CU 17 44-192 148 23-12-0 67-340 8-35.0 0-0 6-50 28:22

Records & History

SBU 17 31-137 154 30-12-2 61-291 8-35.9 0-0 4-39 31:38

2010 Opponents

Scoring Summary 1st 06:28 CU - Simonds 37 yd pass from Sullivan (Colborne kick), 2-40 0:46 2nd 13:59 SBU - Gowins 39 yd run (Skiffington kick), 3-80 0:42 07:51 CU - Colborne 26 yd field goal, 11-65 6:01 04:26 CU - Simonds 35 yd pass from Sullivan (Colborne kick), 6-61 2:02 01:34 SBU - Skiffington 36 yd field goal, 6-41 2:36 00:00 SBU - Skiffington 36 yd field goal, 5-0 5:26 4th 03:56 CU - Spence 15 yd interception return (Colborne kick failed) TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time

RECEIVING: SBU-Lepore 3-39; Porter 2-49; Towns 2-37; Brevi 2-17; Gush 2-17; Cuttino 1-(-5). CU-Simonds 7-93; Basil 1-23; Cadet 1-12; Cvetic 1-10; Colon 1-7; Henry 1-3.

Matt Brevi set a Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium record with 140 return yards against Brown University. He also was just the second player in Big South Conference history to record two kick returns of more than 50 yards. The Tampa native was named Big South Special Teams Player of the Week in the conference’s weekly awards

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University/Media Info

RUSHING: SBU-Gowins 17-108; Cuttino 10-39; Coulter 4-(-10). CUSullivan 18-113; Colon 21-65; McCord 3-24; Team 2-(-10) PASSING: SBU-Coulter 12-29-2-154; Team 0-1-0-0. CU-Sullivan 12-230-148.

Meet the Seawolves

RUSHING: SBU-Gowins 14-37; Cuttino 9-29; Porter 1-6; Coulter 1- (-4); Team 1-(-22). HU-Christopher 10-44; Jackolski 4-26; Benjamin 4-25; Asante 6-15; Sidaras 4-5; Maysonet 4-4; Frederick 0-0.

Coaching Staff

Scoring Summary 1st 06:55 BU - Sudfeld 20 yd pass from Newhall (Plichta kick), 4-48 2:26 05:25 SBU - Gowins 27 yd run (Skiffington kick), 3-38 1:21 01:27 BU - Farnham 23 yd pass from Newhall (Plichta kick), 6-53 3:50 2nd 06:29 SBU - Gush 28 yd pass from Hoffman (Skiffington kick), 6-56 1:41 3rd 05:36 BU - Prestley 6 yd pass from Newhall (Plichta kick failed), 10-71 4:28 4th 00:47 SBU - Porter 10 yd pass from Coulter (Skiffington kick), 14-73 5:50

2010 Preview

Scoring Summary 1st 10:35 HU - Sidaras 2 yd run (Casciano kick), 10-72 4:25 04:23 HU - Greco 32 yd field goal, 7-15 3:13 3rd 09:18 SBU - Skiffington 30 yd field goal, 13-63 5:42 4th 12:50 HU - Frederick 0 yd fumble recovery (Hanly kick), 9-46 3:51 03:58 SBU - Towns 11 yd pass from Coulter (Skiffington kick), 13-82 5:51

2010 Seawolves Football

Score by Quarters Stony Brook Hofstra

2009 Box Scores 1 2 3 4 Total 10 7 0 0 17 14 10 17 3 44

Score by Quarters Presbyterian Stony Brook

Scoring Summary 1st 12:39 UM - Zardas 3 yd run (Cuko kick), 6-76 2:21 08:12 SBU - Gush 5 yd pass from Coulter (Skiffington kick), 7-52 4:27 06:02 SBU - Skiffington 43 yd field goal, 4--2 1:03 02:04 UM - Hernandez 3 yd run (Cuko kick), 8-60 3:58 2nd 09:34 UM - Hernandez 9 yd run (Cuko kick), 10-74 4:30 02:33 SBU - Gush 15 yd pass from Coulter (Skiffington kick), 1-15 0:06 00:07 UM - Cuko 30 yd field goal, 9-43 2:26 3rd 10:01 UM - Hernandez 36 yd run (Cuko kick), 6-76 1:56 04:19 UM - Cuko 42 yd field goal, 10-25 4:32 00:40 UM - Zardas 4 yd run (Cuko kick), 5-15 1:52 4th 06:34 UM - Cuko 35 yd field goal, 8-47 3:57 TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time

SBU 13 25-88 141 25-15-2 50-229 5-31.4 0-0 4-39 28:10

UM 22 46-241 259 25-12-2 71-500 0-0.0 0-0 6-55 31:50

RUSHING: SBU-Mateo 11-56; Cuttino 3-20; Contardi 8-15; Porter 1-4; Team 1-(-1); Coulter 1-(-6). UM-Hernandez 29-140; Gonnet 7-50; Zardas 6-29; Woodward 1-11; Havens 1-7; Igwenagu 1-4; Aguh 1-0. PASSING: SBU-Coulter 14-23-1-126; Sweeney 1-2-1-15. UM-Havens 12-24-2-259; Scott Woodward 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: SBU-Gush 6-52; Porter 3-42; Towns 3-18; Cuttino 1-14; Lepore 1-10; Saffold 1-5. UM-Horne 5-124; Hernandez 2-43; Sanford 2-42; Cruz 1-21; Krevis 1-20; Igwenagu 1-9.

1 2 3 4 Total 7 7 0 0 14 7 16 12 17 52

Scoring Summary 1st 11:59 SBU - Cuttino 5 yd run (Skiffington kick), 5-58 3:01 02:54 PC - Dendy 4 yd run (Mayes kick), 7-91 3:19 2nd 14:50 SBU - Gowins 44 yd run (Skiffington kick), 7-75 3:00 07:35 SBU - Porter 59 yd pass from Coulter (Skiffington kick blockd), 9-95 4:54 05:55 PC - Dendy 13 yd pass from Miley (Mayes), 4-63 1:35 00:00 SBU - Skiffington 22 yd field goal, 6-65 0:56 3rd 10:53 SBU - Skiffington 22 yd field goal, 7-34 2:27 07:38 SBU - Skiffington 37 yd field goal, 4--2 1:14 05:27 SBU - Coulter 6 yd run (Skiffington kick failed), 4-34 2:04 4th 14:39 SBU - Skiffington 38 yd field goal, 8-33 2:07 13:35 SBU - Porter 60 yd pass from Coulter (Skiffington kick), 1-60 0:10 12:07 SBU - Giddings 63 yd interception return (Skiffington kick) TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time

PC 13 19-47 193 31-22-4 50-240 4-38.2 3-3 4-45 24:38

SBU 25 51-295 328 29-17-0 80-623 3-44.7 3-1 17-153 35:22

RUSHING: PC-Dendy 10-59; Byrd 6-5; Robbins 1-(-2); Miley 1-(-2); Team 1-(-13). SBU-Gowins 13-138; Mateo 14-94; Cuttino 17-62; Coulter 3-14; Contardi 1-3; Sweeney 1-(-2); Team 2-(-14). PASSING: PC-Miley 17-23-1-146; Webb 5-8-3-47. SBU-Coulter 16-26-0321; Sweeney 1-3-0-7. RECEIVING: PC-Adegbola 6-73; McKoy 5-40; Dendy 3-20; Byrd 2-19; Frost 2-18; Bailey 2-12; Smith 1-8; Robbins 1-3. SBU-Gush 5-72; Towns 5-59; Porter 4-156; Lepore 2-36; Cassel 1-5.

2010 Seawolves Football

2010 Preview

Coaching Staff

Meet the Seawolves

2009 Review

2010 Opponents

Records & History

University/Media Info

Score by Quarters Stony Brook Massachusetts

In his first collegiate start, Kenny Tuiloma had an interception, setting up a touchdown against nationally-ranked Massachusetts. He added a season-high 12 tackles against the Minutemen.

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Wesley Skiffington was named a College Sporting News All-Star and coBig South Special Teams Player of the Week against Presbyterian. He connected on four field goals and four extra points. The four field goals and 16 total points are school records.

2009 Box Scores

1 2 3 4 Total 7 0 7 10 24 0 14 7 10 31

Score by Quarters Coastal Carolina Stony Brook

SBU 19 32-161 277 24-16-2 56-438 2-42.0 2-1 9-90 30:42

UND 20 32-84 225 34-21-0 66-309 4-41.0 0-0 3-25 29:18

PASSING: SBU-Coulter 16-24-2-277. UND-Landry 21-34-0-225. RECEIVING: SBU-Brevi 5-78; Porter 4-91; Towns 4-80; Auerbach 1-21; Lepore 1-5; Gush 1-2. UND-Bamba 7-118; Konrath 6-50; Anderson 2-23; Dombrovski 1-13; Tibesar 1-6; Solum 1-5; Sutton 1-5; Dressler 1-3; Davis 1-2.

COASTAL 14 43-81 96 22-13-0 65-177 6-40.7 2-2 9-78 30:23

SBU 15 39-115 144 19-10-2 58-259 6-35.8 0-0 6-61 29:37

RUSHING: CCU-Fraser 13-39; O’Neal 6-26; Childers 11-21; MacDowall 11-6; Height 1-2; Erdman 1-(-13). SBU-Cuttino 20-96; Gowins 12-32; Altamiranda 1-7; Team 2-(-1); Brevi 1-(-6); Coulter 3-(-13). PASSING: CCU-MacDowall 9-14-0-55; Childers 4-8-0-41. SBU-Coulter 10-19-2-144. RECEIVING: CCU-Fraser 3-27; Whitley 3-23; O’Neal 3-(-2); Morgan 1-20; Duran 1-11; Nicholas 1-10; Sullivan 1-7. SBU-Saffold 4-51; Brevi 2-24; Cuttino 1-28; Lepore 1-19; Auerbach 1-13; Tyler 1-9.

2009 Review

Score by Quarters Stony Brook VMI

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time

1 2 3 4 Total 6 10 0 11 27 7 0 0 13 20

VMI 17 44-271 51 12-5-1 56-322 4-40.2 3-3 2-25 22:57

PASSING: SBU-Coulter 28-44-0-316. VMI-Hughes 5-12-1-51. RECEIVING: SBU-Towns 11-112; Brevi 5-70; Gush 3-57; Saffold 3-32; Lepore 2-20; Porter 1-11; Cuttino 1-8; Tyler 1-7; Gowins 1-(-1). VMIRainey-Wiles 2-32; Barnson 2-11; Maypray 1-8.

Arin West recovered a fumble against Coastal Carolina to seal the sixpoint win over the Chanticleers. West finished the game with six tackles and a pass break-up. An All-Big South first-team selection, West is one of four Seawolves captains this season.

2009 Big South Conference Co-Champions

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University/Media Info

RUSHING: SBU-Cuttino 25-85; Gowins 10-55; Brevi 1-7; Team 1-(-1); Coulter 2-(-16). VMI-Maypray 14-86; Hughes 17-73; Abegesah 7-61; Harris 3-34; Itoka 1-15; Collins 1-2; Rainey-Wiles 1-0.

Records & History

SBU 26 39-130 316 44-28-0 83-446 5-26.6 0-0 5-50 37:03

2010 Opponents

Scoring Summary 1st 07:35 SBU - Gush 20 yd pass from Coulter (Skiffington kick failed), 9-80 5:05 00:26 VMI - Maypray 19 yd run (Sexton kick), 1-19 0:06 2nd 09:49 SBU - Brevi 4 yd pass from Coulter (Skiffington kick), 12-69 5:37 00:00 SBU - Skiffington 24 yd field goal, 7-45 1:44 4th 14:53 VMI - Maypray 30 yd run (Sexton kick), 3-57 1:01 06:47 SBU - Skiffington 1 yd field goal, 9-52 3:56 02:56 VMI - Hughes 1 yd run (Talley rush failed), 8-69 3:51 00:52 SBU - Cuttino 13 yd run (Porter pass from Coulter), 7-49 2:04 TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time

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RUSHING: SBU-Gowins 15-73; Cuttino 15-73; Coulter 1-11; Mateo 1-4. UND-Davis 15-61; Landry 9-27; Solum 4-8; Sutton 3-2; Team 1-(-14).

Scoring Summary 2nd 12:07 SBU - Tyler 9 yd pass from Coulter (Skiffington kick), 3-4 1:29 3rd 10:53 SBU - Skiffington 37 yd field goal, 10-64 4:01 04:07 COASTAL - Childers 9 yd run (Durham kick), 8-74 3:44 00:11 COASTAL - Durham 38 yd field goal, 7-11 3:04 4th 11:58 SBU - Cuttino 28 yd pass from Coulter (Skiffington rush fumbld), 7-80 3:13

Coaching Staff

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time

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Scoring Summary 1st 04:49 SBU - Brevi 9 yd pass from Coulter (Skiffington kick), 9-52 5:55 2nd 14:56 UND - Davis 3 yd run (Hellevang kick), 4-22 1:26 00:37 UND - Hawkins 35 yd interception return (Hellevang kick) 3rd 11:29 UND - Bamba 21 yd pass from Landry (Hellevang kick), 8-75 3:26 07:54 SBU - Gowins 32 yd run (Skiffington kick), 7-72 3:28 4th 14:28 UND - Landry 1 yd run (Hellevang kick), 6-82 1:48 11:47 SBU - Porter 8 yd pass from Coulter (Skiffington kick), 5-77 2:35 07:57 UND - Hellevang 38 yd field goal, 9-35 3:42 03:16 SBU - Skiffington 32 yd field goal, 10-58 4:35

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Scoring Summary 1st 06:06 GWU - Doolittle 27 yd run (Gates kick), 9-85 4:41 2nd 04:52 SBU - Porter 30 yd pass from Coulter (Skiffington kick), 6-79 3:09 00:59 GWU - Sanders 25 yd pass from Doolittle (Gates kick), 10-70 3:49 3rd 11:04 SBU - West 16 yd fumble recovery (Skiffington kick) 01:46 SBU - Skiffington 27 yd field goal, 9-34 4:19 4th 02:29 SBU - Gush 21 yd pass from Coulter (Skiffington kick), 12-77 7:32 TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time

SBU 14 39-129 158 22-9-0 61-287 7-41.4 1-1 7-65 30:02

GWU 19 33-117 198 37-22-0 70-315 5-34.2 4-4 5-35 28:36

RUSHING: SBU-Cuttino 18-73; Gowins 16-50; Coulter 3-7; Team 2-(-1). GWU-Doolittle 10-63; Hall 12-40; Little 4-12; Montgomery 6-3; Team 1-(-1). PASSING: SBU-Coulter 9-22-0-158. GWU-Doolittle 22-37-0-198. RECEIVING: SBU-Towns 3-24; Gush 2-52; Porter 2-34; Cuttino 1-40; Brevi 1-8. GWU-Perry III 8-68; Montgomery 4-25; Melton 3-15; Petty 2-32; Sanders 2-32; Miller 2-16; Hall 1-10. Score by Quarters 1 2 Stony Brook 14 3 Charleston Southern 14 6

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4 OT Total 3 0 27 0 3 30

Scoring Summary 1st 14:48 CSU - Lee 89 yd kickoff return (Paglia kick) 10:17 SBU - Cuttino 6 yd run (Skiffington kick), 3-26 0:44 07:56 CSU - Atkinson 29 yd pass from Toscano (Paglia kick), 5-60 2:21 02:54 SBU - Gowins 17 yd run (Skiffington kick), 10-80 4:56 2nd 14:50 CSU - Paglia 51 yd field goal, 8-52 2:59 10:20 CSU - Paglia 46 yd field goal, 7-27 2:07 08:26 SBU - Skiffington 27 yd field goal, 6-70 1:54 3rd 07:11 CSU - James 51 yd interception return (Paglia kick) 05:42 SBU - Gowins 14 yd run (Skiffington kick), 4-62 1:21 4th 12:46 SBU - Skiffington 18 yd field goal, 4-6 1:10 OT 15:00 CSU - Paglia 43 yd field goal, 4--1 0:00 TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time

SBU 23 45-340 82 35-10-3 80-422 6-39.5 0-0 3-26 35:41

1 2 3 4 Total 7 6 6 14 33 7 14 0 15 36

Scoring Summary 1st 10:10 SBU - Gowins 52 yd run (Skiffington kick), 1-52 0:00 04:18 LU - Quarles 34 yd pass from Beecher (Bevins kick), 4-45 1:42 2nd 14:42 SBU - Gowins 11 yd run (Skiffington kick), 10-80 4:36 10:01 LU - Bevins 31 yd field goal, 9-46 4:27 04:28 SBU - Cuttino 8 yd run (Skiffington kick), 8-76 5:27 00:00 LU - Bevins 35 yd field goal, 13-50 4:16 3rd 05:01 LU - Holloway 12 yd run (Beecher pass failed), 4-48 2:02 4th 11:28 LU - Brown, M. 70 yd run (Bevins kick), 6-91 2:35 08:34 SBU - Gowins 42 yd run (Tyler pass from Porter), 5-73 2:48 00:55 LU - Jones 7 yd pass from Beecher (Bevins kick), 9-78 1:41 00:30 SBU - Gush 10 yd pass from Coulter (Skiffington kick), 3-74 0:18 TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time

LU 19 29-208 225 40-25-1 69-433 5-37.2 0-0 5-50 28:50

SBU 19 40-248 157 17-10-0 57-405 7-34.3 0-0 9-82 31:10

RUSHING: LU-Brown, M. 7-99; Beecher 9-70; Holloway 4-15; Hewlett 2-11; Allen 4-8; Broggin 2-6; Hayes 1-(-1). SBU-Gowins 18-165; Cuttino 21-89; Coulter 1-(-6). PASSING: LU-Beecher 24-38-1-220; Brown, M. 1-2-0-5. SBU-Coulter 10-17-0-157. RECEIVING: LU-Summers 7-50; Brown, M. 6-57; Brown, F. 4-41; Hayes 4-25; Quarles 2-39; Jones 1-7; Bishop 1-6. SBU-Gush 3-88; Lepore 3-46; Cuttino 3-15; Saffold 1-8.

CSU 16 30-79 214 32-19-1 62-293 4-37.2 2-2 5-58 24:17

RUSHING: SBU-Gowins 18-177; Cuttino 21-163; Coulter 6-0. CSUMoon 13-38; Ivey 6-34; Toscano 8-13; Team 2-0; Stevenson 1-(-6). PASSING: SBU-Coulter 10-34-3-82; Sweeney 0-1-0-0. CSU-Toscano 19-32-1-214. RECEIVING: SBU-Towns 4-20; Brevi 3-26; Gush 1-16; Lepore 1-10; Porter 1-10. CSU-Stevenson 8-76; Moon 4-21; Krakue 3-62; Atkinson 1-29; Jones 1-12; Chalmers 1-10; Ard 1-4.

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Jordan Gush caught this pass and turned it into a 64-yard reception inside the Liberty 20. One play later Gush and Coulter hooked up again, this time for a 10-yard touchdown catch. The Seawolves earned a share of the Big South Championship in just their second season in the conference.

2010 Opponents

2010 Opponents at South Florida sept. 4 - 7 pm raymond james stadium

General Information

Location: Springfield, Mass. Home Facility: Ronald J. Abdow Field Capacity: 4,000 Surface: FieldTurf Conference: Northeast-10 American International Nickname: Yellow Jackets sept. 11 - 6 pm Colors: Gold, Black and White kenneth p. lavalle President: Dr. Vincent Maniaci stadium Director of Athletics: Richard Bedard

2010 Preview

Head Coach: Skip Holtz (Notre Dame ‘86) Holtz’s all-time record (yrs): 75-50 (10) 2009 record: 8-5 Big East record (finish): 3-4 (5th) Returning letterwinners: 57 Letterwinners Lost: 21 Returning Starters: 14 Starters lost: 8 SBU all-time vs. USF: First meeting

Athletic Communications

Primary Contact: Chris Freet Phone: (813) 625-6075 Email: cfreet@admin.usf.edu Secondary: Amy Woodruff Phone: (813) 410-1194 Email: woodruff@admin.usf.edu Fax: (813) 974-5328 Press Box number: (813) 350-6225 Website: goUSFbulls.com

Football Information

Head Coach: Art Wilkins (Bucknell ‘72) Wilkins’ all-time record (yrs): 100-65 (16) 2009 record: 5-5 Northeast-10 record (finish): 3-5 (7th) Returning letterwinners: 42 Letterwinners Lost: 17 Returning Starters: 14 Starters lost: 9 SBU all-time vs. AIC: 1-2

Athletic Communications

Primary Contact: Darryl Konicki Phone: (413) 654-3572 Email: darryl.konicki@aic.edu Fax: (413) 205-3571 Press Box number: (413) 348-9802 Website: aicyellowjackets.com

2010 Schedule: S4 C.W. Post; S11 at Stony Brook; S18 Stonehill; S25 at South-

ern Connecticut; O2 Bentley; O9 at St. Anselm; O16 New Haven; O30 at Merrimack; N6 Pace; N13 at Assumption

General Information

Location: Providence, R.I. Home Facility: Brown Stadium Capacity: 20,000 Surface: Grass Conference: Ivy League at Brown Nickname: Bears sept. 18 - 12:30 pm Colors: Brown, Red and White brown President: Ruth J. Simmons stadium Director of Athletics: Michael Goldberger

Football Information

Head Coach: Phil Estes (New Hampshire ‘81) Estes’ all-time record (yrs): 72-47 (12) 2009 record: 6-4 Ivy League record (finish): 4-3 (3rd) Returning letterwinners: n/a Letterwinners Lost: n/a Returning Starters: n/a Starters lost: n/a SBU all-time vs. Brown: 1-1

Athletic Communications

Primary Contact: Christopher Humm Phone: (401) 863-1095 Email: christopher_humm@brown.edu Fax: (401) 863-1436 Press Box number: (401) 867-3888 Website: brownbears.com

2010 Schedule: S18 Stony Brook; S25 Harvard; O2 at Rhode Island; O9 at

Rhode Island; O16 at Princeton; O23 Cornell; O30 at Penn; N6 Yale; N13 at Dartmouth; N20 Columbia

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Florida Atlantic; O9 Syracuse; O14 at West Virginia; O22 at Cincinnati; N3 Rutgers; N13 at Louisville; N20 Pittsburgh; N27 at Miami; D4 Connecticut

Coaching Staff

Meet the Seawolves

Location: Tampa, Fla. Home Facility: Raymond James Stadium Capacity: 65,857 Surface: Tiftway Bermuda 419 Conference: Big East Nickname: Bulls Colors: Green and Gold President: Dr. Judy Genshaft Director of Athletics: Doug Woolard

2010 Schedule: S4 Stony Brook; S11 at Florida; S25 Western Kentucky; O2

2009 Review

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Records & History

University/Media Info

General Information

Massachusetts sept. 25 - 6 pm kenneth p. lavalle stadium

Location: Amherst, Mass. Home Facility: McGuirk Alumni Stadium Capacity: 17,000 Surface: FieldTurf Conference: CAA Nickname: Minutemen Colors: Maroon, White, Grey and Black Chancellor: Dr. Robert Holub Director of Athletics: John McCutcheon

Football Information

Head Coach: Kevin Morris (Williams ‘86) Morris’ all-time record (yrs): 29-38 (6) 2009 record: 5-6 CAA record (finish): 3-5 (3rd) Returning letterwinners: 40 Letterwinners Lost: 21 Returning Starters: 8 Starters lost: 14 SBU all-time vs. UMass: 0-1

2010 Schedule: S4 William & Mary; S11 Holy Cross; S18 at Michigan; S25 at

Stony Brook; O2 at Towson; O16 Richmond; O23 at New Hampshire (Gillete Stadium); O30 at James Madison; N6 Maine; N13 Delaware; N20 at Rhode Island

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Athletic Communications

Primary Contact: Jason Yellin Office Phone: (413) 577-3061 Email: jyellin@admin.umass.edu Cell Phone: (413) 687-1756 Fax: (413) 545-1556 Press Box number: (413) 545-3550 Website:UMassAthletics.com

VMI oct. 9 - 3 pm kenneth p. lavalle stadium

Location: Lexington, Va. Home Facility: Foster Stadium/Alumni Field Capacity: 10,000 Surface: Grass Conference: Big South Nickname: Keydets Colors: Red, White and Yellow Superintendent: General J.H. Binford Peay III Director of Athletics: Donny White

Football Information

2010 Opponents

Head Coach: Sparky Woods (Carson-Newman ‘76) Woods’ all-time record (yrs): 69-62-5 (12) 2009 record: 2-9 Big South record (finish): 1-5 (6th) Returning letterwinners: 36 Letterwinners Lost: 15 Returning Starters: 17 Starters lost: 5 SBU all-time vs. VMI: 2-0

Athletic Communications

Primary Contact: Wade Branner Phone: (540) 464-7515 Email: brannerwh@vmi.edu Fax: (540) 464-7583 Press Box number: (540) 464-7834 Website: VMIKeydets.com

2010 Preview

2010 Schedule: S4 Lock Haven; S11 at William & Mary; S25 at Virginia; O2

Presbyterian; O9 at Stony Brook; O16 Liberty; O23 at Charleston Southern; O30 at Army; N6 Coastal Carolina; N13 at Old Dominion; N20 at Gardner-Webb

Football Information

Head Coach: Frank Tavani (Lebanon Valley ‘75) Tavani’s all-time record (yrs): 60-53 (10) 2009 record: 8-3 Patriot League record (finish): 4-2 (2nd) Returning letterwinners: 28 Letterwinners Lost: 22 Returning Starters: 12 Starters lost: 12 SBU vs. Lafayette: First meeting

Athletic Communications

Primary Contact: Philip LaBella Phone: (610) 330-5123 Email: labellap@lafayette.edu Fax: (610) 330-5519 Press Box number: (610) 330-5454 Website: GoLeopards.com

Meet the Seawolves

at Lafayette oct. 16 - 1 pm fisher stadium

Location: Easton, Pa. Home Facility: Fisher Stadium Capacity: 13,132 Surface: FieldTurf Conference: Patriot League Nickname: Leopards Colors: Maroon and White President: Daniel Weiss Director of Athletics: Bruce McCutcheon

Coaching Staff

General Information

2010 Schedule: S11 Georgetown; S18 at Penn; S25 at Princeton; O2 Harvard;

O9 at Columbia; O16 Stony Brook; O23 at Fordham; O30 at Bucknell; N6 at Colgate; N13 Holy Cross; N20 Lehigh

Football Information

Head Coach: David Bennett (Presbyterian ‘84) Bennett’s all-time record (yrs): 113-46 (14) 2009 record: 5-6 Big South record (finish): 3-3 (4th) Returning letterwinners: 61 Letterwinners Lost: 11 Returning Starters: 23 Starters lost: 6 SBU all-time vs. Coastal: 2-0

Athletic Communications

Primary Contact: Mike Cawood Phone: (843) 349-2822 Email: cawood@coastal.edu Fax: (843) 349-2819 Press Box number: (843) 234-3404 Website: GoCCUSports.com

2010 Opponents

Location: Conway, S.C. Home Facility: Brooks Stadium Capacity: 8,900 Surface: Grass at Coastal Carolina Conference: Big South Nickname: Chanticleers oct. 23 - 3 pm Colors: Teal, Bronze and Black brooks President: Dr. David DeCenzo stadium Director of Athletics: Hunter Yurachek

2009 Review

General Information

2010 Schedule: S4 at West Virginia; S11 at Towson; S18 Georgia Southern; S25 Delaware State; O2 at Richmond; O16 at Presbyterian; O23 Stony Brook; O30 at Gardner-Webb; N6 at VMI; N13 Liberty; N20 Charleston Southern

Football Information

Head Coach: Jay Mills (W. Washington ‘84) Mills’ all-time record (yrs): 43-59 (10) 2009 record: 6-5 Big South record (finish): 4-2 (3rd) Returning letterwinners: 33 Letterwinners Lost: 16 Returning Starters: 18 Starters lost: 9 SBU all-time vs. Charleston Southern: 1-1

Athletic Communications

Primary Contact: Blake Freeland Phone: (843) 863-7687 Email: bfreeland@csuniv.edu Fax: (843) 863-7676 Press Box number: (843) 863-7661 Website: CSUsports.com

University/Media Info

Location: Charleston, S.C. Home Facility: CSU Stadium Capacity: 4,000 Surface: Grass Charleston Southern Conference: Big South Nickname: Buccaneers oct. 30 - 3 pm Colors: Navy Blue and Gold kenneth p. lavalle President: Dr. Jairy C. Hunter, Jr. stadium Director of Athletics: Hank Small

Records & History

General Information

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General Information

2010 Schedule: S4 North Greenville; S11 Wofford; S18 Mars Hills; S25 at

Hawaii; O9 at Liberty; O16 Gardner-Webb; O23 VMI; O30 at Stony Brook; N6 at Kentucky; N13 Presbyterian; N20 at Coastal Carolina

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Football Information

Head Coach: Harold Nichols (Presbyterian ‘89) Nichols’ all-time record (yrs): 0-11 (1) 2009 record: 0-11 Big South record (finish): 0-6 (7th) Returning letterwinners: 51 Letterwinners Lost: 12 Returning Starters: 22 Starters lost: 6 SBU all-time vs. Presbyterian: 1-0

Athletic Communications

Primary Contact: Brent Hager Phone: (864) 833-8252 Email: bchager@presby.edu Fax: bchager@presby.edu Press Box number: (864) 938-4040 Website: GoBlueHose.com

North Greenville; O2 at VMI; O16 Coastal Carolina; O23 at Gardner-Webb; O30 Liberty; N6 Presbyterian; N13 at Charleston Southern; N20 Davidson

General Information

Gardner-Webb nov. 13 - 1 pm kenneth p. lavalle stadium

Location: Boiling Springs, N.C. Home Facility: Spangler Stadium Capacity: 9,000 Surface: Grass Conference: Big South Nickname: Bulldogs Colors: Scarlet and Black President: Dr. Frank Bonner Director of Athletics: Chuck Burch

Football Information

Head Coach: Steve Patton (Furman ‘77) Patton’s all-time record (yrs): 113-82-1 (17) 2009 record: 6-5 Big South record (finish): 3-3 (4th) Returning letterwinners: 49 Letterwinners Lost: 19 Returning Starters: 19 Starters lost: 8 SBU vs. Gardner-Webb: 1-1

Athletic Communications

Primary Contact: Marc Rabb Office Phone: (704) 406-4355 Email: mrabb@gardner-webb.edu Cell Phone: (704) 974-3662 Fax: (704) 406-4739 Press Box number: (704) 406-3576 Website: GWUsports.com

2010 Schedule: S4 Brevard; S11 at Akron; S18 Western Carolina; S25 at Sam

Houston State; O2 at Old Dominion; O16 at Charleston Southern; O23 Presbyterian; O30 Coastal Carolina; N6 at Liberty; N13 at Stony Brook; N20 VMI

General Information

at Liberty nov. 20 - 3:30 pm williams stadium

Coaching Staff

Meet the Seawolves

Location: Clinton, S.C. Home Facility: Bailey Memorial Stadium Capacity: 6,500 Surface: Grass Conference: Big South Nickname: Blue Hose Colors: Garnet and Blue President: Dr. John V. Griffith Director of Athletics: Dr. William “Bee” Carlton

2010 Schedule: S2 at Wake Forest; S11 at Clemson; S18 at The Citadel; S25

2009 Review

2010 Opponents

Records & History

University/Media Info

General Information

Location: Lynchburg, Va. Home Facility: Williams Stadium Capacity: 19,200 Surface: FieldTurf Conference: Big South Nickname: Flames Colors: Red, White and Blue Chancellor: Jerry Falwell Jr. Director of Athletics: Jeff Barber

Football Information

Head Coach: Danny Rocco (Wake Forest ‘84) Rocco’s all-time record (yrs): 32-13 (4) 2009 record: 8-3 Big South record (finish): 5-1 (T-1st) Returning letterwinners: 43 Letterwinners Lost: 21 Returning Starters: 14 Starters lost: 13 SBU all-time vs. Liberty: 1-1

2010 Schedule: S4 St. Francis (Pa.); S11 at Ball State; S18 at Robert Morris; S25

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at James Madison; O2 Savannah State; O9 Charleston Southern; O16 at VMI; O30 at Presbyterian; N6 Gardner-Webb; N13 at Coastal Carolina; N20 Stony Brook

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Athletic Communications

Primary Contact: Todd Wetmore Phone: (434) 582-2292 Email: twetmore@liberty.edu Fax: (434) 582-2076 Press Box number: (434) 582-4628 Website: LibertyFlames.com

All-Time vs. Opponents Streak L1 L2 W1 L1 W1 W4 W1 W1 W2 L8 W1 W1 L1 W3 W2 L1 L1 L2 L1 W2 W1 W1 W1 L1 L13 W3 L2 W1 L1 L1

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L 9 2 0 3 1 0 1 0 0 8 0 3 1 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 3 2 13 3 2 0 2 4

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University/Media Info

The Big South Conference 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 footballplaying 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, now in the final year of its transition to Division I, officially joined the Big South in all sports in 2008. On May 26, 2006, 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 eight years ago. The Big South experienced its most

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successful campaign in 2006 with Coastal Carolina’s FCS playoff berth; two teams (Coastal Carolina and Charleston Southern) ranked in the national Top 25 in the same week for the first time; four appearances on the ESPN family of networks; and the 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). And last season, four players were named First-Team All-Americans, led by Flames’ kicker Matt Bevins being a consensus selection. With an automatic playoff berth officially awarded to its annual champion, the Big South is entering a new era in 2010 while continuing its ascension as a national competitor in FCS football.

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., Associate Commissioner Dawn Turner, Associate Commissioner Mark Simpson, Assistant Commissioner - Public Relations Chad Cook, Director of Marketing Nic Bowman, Assistant Director of Public Relations Mark Bryant, Coordinator of New Media Nancy Perkins, Office Manager Janny Lavery, Marketing Assistant Daniel Cooke, Public Relations Assistant Jill Karelitz, Compliance/Administrative Assistant

JUNE 2001 – Gardner-Webb University is added as an associate football member. DECEMBER 2001 – Virginia Military Institute announces its plans to join the Big South Conference in all sports, beginning in 2003.

OCT. 5, 2002 – Gardner-Webb and Liberty meet in the inaugural Conference game in Lynchburg, Va., with the Bulldogs defeating the Flames, 31-21.

MAY 2003 – The Big South signs its first TV agreement to televise Big South football on an annual basis.

SEPT. 19, 2004 – Former Gardner-Webb standout Jim Maxwell makes his NFL debut with the New York Giants against the Washington Redskins, becoming the first Big South football player to play in the NFL. SEPT. 25, 2004 – Gardner-Webb defeats No. 25 Western Carolina in overtime, the Big South’s first-ever win over a ranked opponent.

SEPT. 10, 2005 – Coastal Carolina upsets No. 1-ranked James Madison, 31-27. The Chanticleers, the first Conference member to play the current No. 1 team in the nation, are the second Big South football team to defeat a ranked team.

OCT. 31, 2005 – Coastal Carolina cracks the Top 10 in three national polls, the Big South’s first-ever appearance in the top 10. Coastal is ranked 8th (ESPN/USA Today), 9th (The Sports Network) and 10th (Weekly Football Gazette).

SEPT. 23, 2006 – For the first time in Big South football history, a Big South member appears on the ESPN family of networks when GardnerWebb’s home game vs. Appalachian State is broadcast tape-delayed on ESPNU. The League will have two more broadcasts on ESPN properties during the regular-season (Liberty on ESPN360 and VMI on ESPN Classic).

JAN. 24, 2009 – Liberty University running back Rashad Jennings becomes the first Big South player to play in the annual Senior Bowl, college football’s premier pre-draft event. APRIL 26, 2009 – For the third consecutive year, the Big South has a player selected in the NFL Draft when Liberty’s Rashad Jennings is drafted in the seventh round (250th overall) by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 2009 NFL Draft. AUG. 26, 2009 – Six of the seven Big South football teams receive votes in The Sports Network Preseason Top 25 poll, a Conference record for most teams receiving Top 25 votes in the same poll at any time during the season. With a record 160 ballots cast, Liberty (330), Coastal Carolina (52), Charleston Southern (12), Stony Brook (10), Presbyterian (2) and Gardner-Webb (1) each received at least one Top 25 vote, and Liberty finished just outside the Top 25 at No. 27. Earlier in the week, Liberty was No. 26 in the FCS Coaches Preseason Top 25 poll. NOV. 24, 2009 – Liberty senior football player Chris Rocco is named to the ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-America First-Team, the Big South’s first football Academic All-American since 2006. DEC. 10, 2009 – For the second-straight year, Liberty football coach Danny Rocco is named one of five finalists for the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year contest.

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University/Media Info

APRIL 6, 2006 - Presbyterian College announces its plan to transition to Division I and join the Big South as full members in 2011-12.

AUG. 30, 2008 – A record seven former Big South football players made opening day NFL rosters in some capacity, including four players from Coastal Carolina’s 2006 playoff team – Jerome Simpson (Bengals), Quinton Teal (Panthers), Tyler Thigpen (Chiefs) and Mike Tolbert (Chargers).

Records & History

OCT. 30, 2005 – Former Liberty RB Sam Gado becomes the second Big South player to play in the NFL when he debuts with Green Bay. Gado later was named the NFL’s Rookie of the Month for November.

APRIL 26-27, 2008 – The Big South has two players selected in the NFL Draft, a League first. Coastal Carolina wide receiver Jerome Simpson is selected by the Cincinnati Bengals in the second round with the 46th overall pick, while Gardner-Webb defensive end Brian Johnston is selected by the Kansas City Chiefs in the seventh round with the 210th overall pick.

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DEC. 20, 2004 – Coastal Carolina is ranked in the Top 25 in the final national polls. The Chanticleers finish No. 24 in both The Sports Network and ESPN/USA Today coaches polls, and 25th by Weekly Football Gazette.

APRIL 25, 2008 – The NCAA Board approves the funding for the expansion of the FCS Championship to 20 teams beginning in 2010, assuring every Automatic Qualifier eligible conferences, including the Big South, will have access to the Championship.

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NOV. 20, 2004 – Coastal Carolina defeats Charleston Southern 52-28 to claim its first Big South football championship in just its second year of existence. The Chants finished the season with a 10-1 record and 4-0 mark in the Conference.

APRIL 29, 2007 – Coastal Carolina QB Tyler Thigpen becomes the first player in Big South football history to be selected in the NFL Draft when he is selected by the Minnesota Vikings in the seventh round with the 217th overall pick.

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JULY 1, 2003 – Virginia Military Institute officially joins the Big South. Elon University departs for the Southern Conference.

MARCH 20, 2007 – The Big South adds Stony Brook University as an associate football member, effective in 2008.

Coaching Staff

NOV. 9, 2002 – Gardner-Webb wins the inaugural Big South football championship.

NOV. 19, 2006 – League champion Coastal Carolina becomes the first Big South member to receive a berth in the NCAA Division I Football Championship when the Chanticleers are selected to the 16-team field as an at-large participant. Coastal fell to eventual national champion Appalachian State in the first round, 45-28, in a nationally-televised game on ESPNU.

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AUG. 31, 2002 – The Big South officially kicks off its first football season with four members: Charleston Southern, Elon, Gardner-Webb and Liberty. Gardner-Webb becomes the first squad to win a game in the Big South, defeating Morgan State 28-24 in the season opener.

NOV. 6, 2006 – For the first time in its five-year football history, the Big South has two programs ranked in The Sports Network national Top 25 poll in the same week. Coastal Carolina (No. 16) and Charleston Southern (No. 24) are ranked by The Sports Network, considered the official national poll in Division I-AA.

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Key Dates In Big South Conference History

MAY 23, 2001 – The Big South Conference announces that it will add football as its 18th championship sport, beginning with the 2002 season.

2009 Big South In Review 2009 Big South Standings University/Media Info

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

W-L 5-1 5-1 4-2 3-3 3-3 1-5 0-6

Big South Pct. PF PA .833 182 121 .833 271 123 .667 170 150 .500 133 168 .500 138 158 .167 115 179 .000 136 246

W-L 6-5 8-3 6-5 5-6 6-5 2-9 0-11

Overall Pct. PF .545 267 .727 400 .545 268 .455 205 .545 305 .182 225 .000 214

PA Home Road Streak 256 4-0 2-5 W1 210 5-1 3-2 L1 323 4-1 2-4 W4 280 3-2 3-3 L1 277 3-2 2-4 L1 338 1-4 1-5 L4 441 0-5 0-6 L11

Records & History

2009 Big South Football Honors OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Mike Brown, R-Soph., WR/QB, Liberty DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Tyler Santucci, Sr., LB, Stony Brook

2010 Opponents

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Matt Goods, DL, Gardner-Webb COACH OF THE YEAR Chuck Priore, Stony Brook SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Mario Brown, R-Sr., LB, Gardner-Webb

Meet the Seawolves

2009 Review

FIRST-TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE OFFENSE QB - Stan Doolittle, Sr., Gardner-Webb RB - Edwin Gowins, Soph., Stony Brook RB - Conte Cuttino, Sr., Stony Brook WR - Mike Brown, R-Soph., Liberty WR - Gerald Stevenson, Jr., Charleston Southern WR - James Perry III, R-Soph., Gardner-Webb TE - David Duran, R-So., Coastal Carolina OL - Bryan Mosier, R-Sr., Liberty OL - Paul Fenaroli, Jr., Stony Brook OL - Corey O’Daniel, Jr., Gardner-Webb OL - George Handler, R-Sr., VMI OL - Josh Weaver, R-Sr., Liberty

Coaching Staff

DEFENSE DL - Trey Jacobs, Sr., Liberty DL - Phillip Oboh, Sr., Coastal Carolina DL - Matt Goods, Fr., Gardner-Webb DL - Joel Walton, Jr., Charleston Southern LB - Tyler Santucci, Sr., Stony Brook LB - Marty Patterson, Jr., Gardner-Webb LB - Mario Brown, R-Sr., Gardner-Webb LB - Andrew McKain, R-Sr., Charleston Southern DB - Josh Norman, Soph., Coastal Carolina DB - Arin West, Jr., Stony Brook DB - KaJuan Lee, R-Soph., Liberty DB - Chris Kuzdale, Soph., Charleston Southern

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SPECIAL TEAMS PK - Matt Bevins, Soph., Liberty P - Marc Ray, R-Fr., VMI LS - Andrew McKain, R-Sr., Charleston Southern KR - David Montgomery, Sr., Gardner-Webb

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PR - Tim Maypray, Sr., VMI SECOND-TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE OFFENSE QB - Tommy Beecher, R-Sr., Liberty RB - Howard Abegesah, Sr., VMI RB - Patrick Hall, Jr., Gardner-Webb WR - Chris Summers, R-Soph., Liberty WR - Patrick McKoy, Soph., Presbyterian WR - Kwame Krakue, R-Jr., Charleston Southern TE - Will Quarles, R-Sr., Liberty OL - Ryan Boehm, R-Sr., Coastal Carolina OL - Kyle Webber, Sr., Gardner-Webb OL - J.W. Myers, R-Sr., Charleston Southern OL - Mario Cosby, R-Sr., Liberty OL - Alex Stadler, R-Jr., Liberty DEFENSE DL - Josh Wine, Jr., VMI DL - Quinnon Isom, R-Sr., Gardner-Webb DL - Asa Chapman, Soph, Liberty DL - Chris Perri, Sr., Stony Brook LB - Doncel Bolt, Jr., Liberty LB - Wes Cheek, Sr., Liberty LB - Emilio Calvin, R-Soph., VMI LB - Desmond Steward, R-Soph., Coastal Carolina DB - Byron Allen, R-Soph., VMI DB - Chris Rocco, Sr., Liberty DB - Justin Bethel, Soph., Presbyterian DB - Chris Richards, Sr., Stony Brook SPECIAL TEAMS PK - John Paglia, Jr., Charleston Southern PK - Ryan Gates, Soph., Gardner-Webb P - Mike Larsson, Soph., Liberty LS - Matt Quinn, Sr., Presbyterian KR - Aaron Hewlett, R-Sr., Liberty PR - Antwan Ivey, Soph., Charleston Southern ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM Andrew McKain, R-Sr., LB, Charleston Southern Justin Durham, R-Jr., K, Coastal Carolina Mario Brown, R-Sr., LB, Gardner-Webb Chris Rocco, Sr., DB, Liberty Matt Freeman, Sr., DL, Presbyterian Jeff Santos, Sr., OL, Stony Brook George Handler, R-Sr., OL, VMI

2010 Big South Preseason All-Conference Team

american international Hometown Overall: 1-2 Home: 1-1

Yr.

School

Yr.

Hometown

DL Joel Walton DL Asa Chapman

Charleston Southern Liberty

Sr. Jr.

Long Island, N.Y. Orange, Va.

DL Josh Wine DL Quinton Davis LB Marty Patterson LB Jeffery Williams LB Doncel Bolt LB Emilio Calvin DB Josh Norman DB Cedric McGowan DB Brett Vinson DB KaJuan Lee (tie) DB Chris Kuzdale (tie)

VMI Coastal Carolina Gardner-Webb Gardner-Webb Liberty VMI Coastal Carolina Gardner-Webb Liberty Liberty Charleston Southern

Sr. R-So. Sr. Sr. Sr. R-Jr. Jr. R-Sr. So. R-Jr. Jr.

Special Teams

School

PK Matt Bevins P Marc Ray LS Daniel Bonifas KR Tyson Petty PR Gerald Stevenson

Liberty Jr. VMI R-So. Coastal Carolina R-Sr. Gardner-Webb Sr. Charleston Southern Sr.

Fredricksburg, Va. Peachtree City, Ga. Mt. Airy, Ga. Frisco City, Ala. Long Beach, Calif. Woodbridge, Va. Greenwood, S.C. Greer, S.C. Charlotte, N.C. Newport News, Va. Tampa, Fla.

Yr.

10/21/95 11/8/97 11/7/98

Brown Overall: 1-1

Away: 0-1

W L L

Home: 1-0

Away: 0-1

charleston southern Overall: 1-1 Home: 1-0

Away: 0-1

coastal carolina Overall: 2-0 Home: 1-0

Away: 1-0

Gardner-Webb Overall: 1-1 Home: 0-1

Away: 1-0

Liberty Overall: 1-1

Home: 1-0

Away: 0-1

Massachusetts Overall: 0-2 Home: 0-0

Away: 0-2

9/20/08 9/19/09

10/18/08 11/14/09

10/25/08 10/24/09

11/1/08 10/31/09

10/11/08 11/21/09

Providence, R.I. Stony Brook, N.Y.

Stony Brook, N.Y. North Charleston, S.C.

Conway, S.C. Stony Brook, N.Y.

Stony Brook, N.Y. Boiling Springs, N.C.

Lynchburg, Va. Stony Brook

23-22 7-30 7-35

L W

W L

7-17 21-20

20-19 27-30 (ot)

W W

L W

L W

28-24 16-10

33-34 24-14

0-33 36-33

Hometown Newport News, Va. Greenville, Va. Irmo, S.C. Gaffney, S.C. Naples, Fla.

9/23/06 9/26/09

Amherst, Mass. Amherst, Mass.

Presbyterian Overall: 1-0

Preseason Offensive Player of the Year Mike Brown, QB, R-Jr., Liberty

10/3/09

Preseason Defensive Player of the Year

Stony Brook, N.Y.

L L

7-48 17-44

W

52-17

2

3

1. Liberty (13) 2. Stony Brook (1) 3. Coastal Carolina 4. Charleston Southern (1) 5. Gardner-Webb 6. VMI 7. Presbyterian

12 42 24 12 - - -

- - - - - 25 4 3 - - 20 16 6 2 - 15 20 9 2 - 15 20 18 - 1 - - 9 20 2 - - - 6 12

4

5

6

7 Pts. 103 81 68 65 54 31 18

VMI Overall: 2-0 11/15/08 10/17/09

Home: 1-0

Stony Brook, N.Y. Lexington, Va.

Away: 1-0

W W

40-26 27-20

University/Media Info

Preseason Poll (first-place votes) 1

Records & History

South florida First Meeting

Marty Patterson, LB, Sr., Gardner-Webb

91 7 - 7 - - -

Stony Brook Springfield, Mass. Stony Brook, N.Y.

2010 Opponents

Defense

Charlottesville, Va. Bellport, N.Y. Gastonia, N.C. Naples, Fla. Greensboro, N.C. Jacksonville, Fla. Marietta, Ga. Louisville, Ky. Monroe, Conn. Bealeton, Va. Ocean Isle Beach, N.C. Duncan, S.C.

2009 Review

Liberty Stony Brook Gardner-Webb Charleston Southern Gardner-Webb Liberty Coastal Carolina Gardner-Webb Stony Brook Liberty Charleston Southern Gardner-Webb

Meet the Seawolves

QB Mike Brown RB Edwin Gowins RB Patrick Hall WR Gerald Stevenson WR James Perry III WR Chris Summers TE David Duran OL Corey O’Daniel OL Paul Fenaroli OL Alex Stadler OL Jordan Lancaster OL Jamie Dunaway

Coaching Staff

School

2010 Preview

Offense

R-Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. R-Jr. R-Jr. R-Jr. Sr. Sr. R-Sr. R-Sr. So.

Seawolves vs. 2010 Opponents

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Preseason Honors / Record vs. 2010 Opps.

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2010 Composite Schedule 9/4

Records & History

University/Media Info

Charleston North Greenville

2010 Opponents

10/2

Open

Mars Hill

Hawai’i

North

North

Honolulu

Charleston

Charleston

Charleston

Coastal

West Virginia

Towson

Georgia

Delaware

Richmond

Carolina

Morgantown

Towson

Southern

State

Richmond

Conway

Conway

Gardner-

Brevard

Akron

Western

Webb

Boiling Springs

Akron

Carolina

State

Boiling Springs

Huntsville

Liberty

10/9

10/16

Liberty Lynchburg

Open

10/23

10/30

11/6

11/13

Gardner-

VMI

Stony Brook

Kentucky

Presbyterian

Coastal

Webb

North

Stony Brook

Lexington

North

Carolina

North Charleston

Charleston

Charleston

Conway

Presbyterian Stony Brook Clinton

Sam Houston Old Dominion

Open

Norfolk

Liberty Lexington

North Charleston

James

Savannah

Charleston

VMI

State

Southern

Lexington

Township

Harrisonburg

Lynchburg

Lynchburg

Open

Wake Forest

Clemson

The Citadel

North

VMI

Winston-

Clemson

Charleston

Greenville

Lexington

Clinton

Brown

Massachusetts Stony Brook

Open

William &

Lexington

Mary

Open

Virginia Charlottesville

Open

Saturday, Sept. 4 North Greenville at Charleston Southern, 1:30 pm Lock Haven at VMI, 1:30 pm Coastal Carolina at West Virginia, 3:30 pm Brevard at Gardner-Webb, 6:00 pm St. Francis (Pa.) at Liberty, 7:00pm Stony Brook at South Florida, 7:00 pm Saturday, Sept. 11 Gardner-Webb at Akron, 12:00 pm Wofford at Charleston Southern, 1:30 pm Presbyterian at Clemson, 3:30 pm American International at Stony Brook, 6 pm Coastal Carolina at Towson, 7:00 pm Liberty at Ball State, 7:00 pm VMI at William & Mary, 7:00 pm Saturday, Sept. 18 Liberty at Robert Morris, 12:00 pm Stony Brook at Brown, 12:30 pm Mars Hill at Charleston Southern, 1:30 pm Georgia Southern at Coastal Carolina, 6 pm Western Carolina at Gardner-Webb, 6:00 pm Presbyterian at The Citadel, 7:00 pm

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Presbyterian

Gardner-

Coastal

Stony Brook

Clinton

Webb

Carolina

Lynchburg

Lynchburg

Conway

Coastal

Gardner-

Liberty

Stony Brook

Charleston

Davidson

Carolina

Webb

Clinton

Clinton

Southern

Clinton

Clinton

Boiling Springs

North Charleston

VMI

Lafayette

Coastal

Charleston

Presbyterian

Gardner-

Liberty

Easton

Carolina

Southern

Clinton

Webb

Lynchburg

Conway

Stony Brook

Stony Brook

Stony Brook

Liberty

Charleston

Army

Coastal

Old Dominion

Lexington

Southern

West Point

Carolina

Norfolk

Williamsburg

Thursday, Sept. 2 Presbyterian at Wake Forest, 6:30 pm

North Charleston

Saturday, Sept. 25 North Greenville at Presbyterian, 1:30 pm Delaware State at Coastal Carolina, 6:00 pm Liberty at James Madison, 6:00 pm Gardner-Webb at Sam Houston State, 6 pm Massachusetts at Stony Brook, 6 pm Charleston Southern at Hawai’i, 11:35 pm VMI at Virginia, TBA Saturday, Oct. 2 Coastal Carolina at Richmond, 1:00 pm Presbyterian at VMI*, 1:30 pm Gardner-Webb at Old Dominion, 6:00 pm Savannah State at Liberty, 7:00 pm Saturday, Oct. 9 VMI at Stony Brook*, 3:00 pm Charleston Southern at Liberty*, 3:30 pm Saturday, Oct. 16 Stony Brook at Lafayette, 1:00 pm Gardner-Webb at Charleston Southern*, 1:30 pm Liberty at VMI*, 1:30 pm Coastal Carolina at Presbyterian*, 2:00 pm

Lexington

GardnerWebb Boiling Springs

Saturday, Oct. 30 VMI at Army, 12:00 pm Coastal Carolina at Gardner-Webb*, 1:30 pm Liberty at Presbyterian*, 1:30 pm Charleston Southern at Stony Brook*, 3:00 pm Saturday, Nov. 6 Coastal Carolina at VMI*, 1:30 pm Stony Brook at Presbyterian*, 1:30 pm Gardner-Webb at Liberty*, 3:30 pm Charleston Southern at Kentucky, TBA Saturday, Nov. 13 Liberty at Coastal Carolina*, 1:00 pm Gardner-Webb at Stony Brook*, 1:00 pm Presbyterian at Charleston Southern*, 1:30 pm VMI at Old Dominion, 2:00 pm Saturday, Nov. 20 Charleston Southern at Coastal Carolina*, 1:00 pm Davidson at Presbyterian, 1:00 pm VMI at Gardner-Webb*, 1:30 pm Stony Brook at Liberty*, 3:30 pm * Big South Conference game

Saturday, Oct. 23 VMI at Charleston Southern*, 1:30 pm Presbyterian at Gardner-Webb*, 1:30 pm Stony Brook at Coastal Carolina*, 3:00 pm

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VMI

Stony Brook Boiling Springs

Stony Brook

Presbyterian Stony Brook Lexington

Stony Brook

Boiling Springs

Stony Brook

Lock Haven

Conway

Coastal

Madison

Providence

Southern

Carolina

Moon

American

Charleston

Conway

Presbyterian

Robert Morris

International

Liberty

Lexington

Boiling Springs

Muncie

Tampa

VMI

Webb

Southern

Ball State

Stony Brook South Florida

Gardner-

Charleston

(Pa.)

Salem (9/2)

Conway

11/20

Boiling Springs

St. Francis Lynchburg

2009 Review Meet the Seawolves Coaching Staff 2010 Preview

9/25

Wofford

VMI

2008 Football

9/18

North

Southern

Presbyterian

2010 Seawolves Football

9/11

History/Records

2010 Preview

Coaching Staff

Meet the Seawolves

2009 Review

2010 Opponents

Records & History

University/Media Info

Individual Records Rushing Attempts-Career

11. Ralph Menendez, 1999...................................849 12. Conte Cuttino, 2009........................................800 13. Ralph Menendez, 2000...................................770 14. Micheal Lugo, 1988........................................740 15. Conte Cuttino, 2006........................................720 16. Bobby Kane, 1995..........................................717 17. Rod Williams, 2005.........................................688 18. Brandon Mason, 2007....................................651 19. Ralph Thomas, 1996......................................628 20. Ken Lockhart, 2001.........................................618

Rushing Attempts - Season

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. Edwin Gowins vs. C. Southern, 2009..........177 17. Conte Cuttino vs. Maine, 2007.......................171 18. Conte Cuttino vs. Monmouth, 2006................170 19. Ken Lockhart vs. Robert Morris, 2001............169 20. Edwin Gowins vs. Liberty, 2009..................165

1. Conte Cuttino, 2006-09...................................690 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. Edwin Gowins, 2008-Pres............................285

1. Oliver Bridges, 1989.......................................241 2. Chris Delmadge, 1993....................................238 3. Conte Cuttino, 2008........................................199 4. Oliver Bridges, 1991.......................................186 5. Conte Cuttino, 2009........................................177 6. Conte Cuttino, 2007........................................174 7. Michael Lugo, 1988........................................173 8. Rod Williams, 2005.........................................168 9. Bobby Kane, 1996..........................................167 Ralph Menendez, 1998...................................167 Clinton Graham, 2003.....................................167 12. Ralph Menendez, 2000...................................158 13. Ralph Menendez, 1999...................................156 14. Brandon Mason, 2007....................................155 15. Edwin Gowins, 2009.....................................145

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 Conte Cuttino vs. VMI, 2009.............................25 18. 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

Rushing Yards-Career

1. Conte Cuttino, 2006-09................................3,607 2. Ralph Menendez, 1997-00..........................2,623 3. Oliver Bridges, 1989-91...............................2,342 4. Edwin Gowins, 2008-Pres.........................2,200 5. Bobby Kane, 1994-96................................. 2,156 6. Clinton Graham, 2000, 03-04......................2,035 7. Chris Delmadge, 1992-93............................1,716 8. Alex Londino, 1994-97.................................1,303 9. Rod Williams, 2001-05.................................1,260 10. James Crawford, 1995-99...........................1,232

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Rushing Yards - Season

1. Edwin Gowins, 2008..................................1,310 2. Oliver Bridges, 1989....................................1,235 3. Conte Cuttino, 2008.....................................1,195 4. Chris Delmadge, 1993.................................1,147 5. Clinton Graham, 2003..................................1,055 6. Oliver Bridges, 1991....................................1,047 7. Conte Cuttino, 2007........................................940 8. Bobby Kane, 1996..........................................908 9. Ralph Menendez, 1998...................................901 10. Edwin Gowins, 2009.....................................890

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Rushing Yards - Game

Rushing Yards/Carry- Career

Minimum 175 Rushing Attempts 1. Edwin Gowins, 2008-Pres...........................7.96 2. Clinton Graham, 2000, ‘03.............................5.93 3. Ralph Menendez, 1997-00............................5.27 4. Conte Cuttino, 2006-09..................................5.22 5. Chris Delmadge, 1992-93..............................5.21 6. Bobby Kane, 1994-96....................................5.18 7. Oliver Bridges, 1989-91.................................5.06 8. James Crawford, 1995-99.............................4.98 9. Rod Williams, 2001-05...................................4.44 10. Ken Lockhart, 2000-03..................................4.33

Rushing Yards/Carry-Season

Minimum 75 Rushing Attempts 1. Edwin Gowins, 2008......................................9.4 2. Chris Delmadge, 1992.....................................6.3 Clinton Graham, 2003......................................6.3 4. Edwin Gowins, 2009......................................6.1 5. Conte Cuttino, 2008.........................................6.0 6. Ralph Thomas, 1996.......................................5.7 7. Nicholas Iannone, 1985...................................5.7 8. Oliver Bridges, 1991........................................5.6 9. Conte Cuttino, 2007.........................................5.4 10. Bobby Kane, 1996...........................................5.4 Ralph Menendez, 1998....................................5.4 Ralph Menendez, 1999....................................5.4

Rushing Yards/Carry - Game

Minimum 10 Rushing Attempts (Since ‘99) 1. Clinton Graham vs. St. Francis, 2003............16.5 2. Edwin Gowins at Iona, 2008........................14.6 3. Ralph Menendez vs. Sacred Heart,1999.......13.8 4. Edwin Gowins vs. VMI, 2008.........................12.5 5. Edwin Gowins vs. Gardner-Webb, 2008....12.3 6. Edwin Gowins vs. Colgate, 2008................12.3 7. Conte Cuttino at Iona, 2008...........................12.1 8. 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. C. Southern, 2009...........9.8 12. Edwin Gowins vs. C. Southern, 2008...........9.7 13. Edwin Gowins vs. Liberty, 2009...................9.2 13. Clinton Graham vs. S. Connecticut, 2000........8.5 14. Conte Cuttino vs. VMI, 2008............................8.3 15. James Crawford vs. St.John’s, 1999...............7.8

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Rushing Touchdowns-Career 1. Bobby Kane, 1994-96.......................................23 2. Oliver Bridges, 1989-91....................................22 3. Edwin Gowins, 2008-Pres..............................20 Alex Londino, 1994-97......................................20 Ralph Menendez, 1997-00...............................20 Clinton Graham, 2000, 03-04...........................20 7. Conte Cuttino, 2006-Pres.................................19 8. Chris Delmadge, 1992-93.................................17 9. Ken Lockhart, 2000-03.....................................13 T.J. Moriarty, 2001-04.......................................13 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. Edwin Gowins, 2009.........................................9 7. Oliver Bridges, 1991...........................................8 Ralph Menendez, 1999.......................................8 Alex Londino, 1997.............................................8 10. Conte Cuttino, 2008............................................7 Brandon Mason, 2007........................................7 John Ragimierski, 1985......................................7 13. Bobby Kane, 1994..............................................6 Ralph Menendez, 1998.......................................6 Michael Lugo, 1988............................................6 T.J. Moriarty, 2003..............................................6

100-yd Rushing Games-Season

1. Oliver Bridges, 1991...........................................9 Chris Delmadge, 1993........................................9 Oliver Bridges, 1989...........................................9 4. Conte Cuttino, 2008............................................6 Clinton Graham, 2003 .......................................6 6. Edwin Gowins, 2008.........................................5 7. Edwin Gowins, 2009.........................................4 Conte Cuttino, 2007............................................4 Ralph Menendez, 1998.......................................4 10. Brandon Mason, 2007........................................3 Ken Lockhart, 2001.............................................3 Ralph Menendez, 1999.......................................3 Chris Delmadge, 1992........................................3

1. 2.

Consecutive 100-yd Games

(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. Michael Coulter, 2009...................................279 10. Scott Meyer, 1998...........................................273

Pass Completions - Career

Passing Completions-Season

Passing Yards-Career

Passing Yards - Season

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

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University/Media Info

Receptions - Career

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

(Since 1999)

Lynell Suggs vs. Robert Morris, 2005.................4 Dwayne Eley at Coastal Carolina, 2008.............3 Londre Blocker (two times)................................ 3 Donald Porter vs. Presbyterian, 2009.................2 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

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1. 2. 3. 4.

1. 2. 4.

Records & History

Passing Touchdowns - Career

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. Michael Coulter, 2009-Pres............................15 8. John Ragimierski, 1984-86...............................14 9. Dan Shabbick, 1986-88....................................13 10. Dayne Hoffman, 2008-09..................................12

Receiving TDs - Game

2010 Opponents

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. Timm Schroeder, 1995...................................56.8 9. Timm Schroeder, 1993...................................56.0 10. Scott Meyer, 1996..........................................55.4

2009 Review

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. Michael Coulter, 2009................................2,060 7. Timm Schroeder, 1995.................................2,029 8. Timm Schroder, 1993...................................2,021 9. T.J. Moriarty, 2003.......................................1,929 10. Scott Bard, 2001..........................................1,703

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. Jordan Gush, 2009............................................6 Dwayne Eley, 2007.............................................6 Lynell Suggs, 2007.............................................6 Londre Blocker, 2004..........................................6 Lucas Niskanen, 1999........................................6 11. Donald Porter, 2009..........................................5 Dwayne Eley, 2008.............................................5 Lynell Suggs, 2005.............................................5 Londre Blocker, 2001..........................................5 Glenn Saenz, 1996.............................................5 Anthony Meola, 1991..........................................5 Jim Hayes, 1985.................................................5

Meet the Seawolves

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. Dayne Hoffman, 2008-09.............................1,695 9. Joe Moran, 1988-1991.................................1,684 10. John Ragimierski, 1984-86..........................1,579

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

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) 177..............Edwin Gowins (C. Southern, 11/14/09) 171...........................Conte Cuttino (Maine, 10/20/07) 170..................... Conte Cuttino (Monmouth, 9/30/06) 169................Ken Lockhart (Robert Morris, 11/03/01) 165...................... Edwin Gowins (Liberty, 11/21/09) 164.................................Keith Moore (Pace, 9/10/94) 163.....Conte Cuttino (Charleston Southern, 11/14/09 157........................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 (Georgetwon, 9/1/07) 138.............. Edwin Gowins (Presbyterian, 10/3/09) 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) 108.......................Edwin Gowins (Colgate, 9/12/09) 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)

Coaching Staff

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. Michael Coulter, 2009...................................153 10. Scott Meyer, 1998...........................................142

5. Josh Anderson, 2002-05.................................138 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

2010 Preview

1. Timm Schroeder, 1991-95..............................642 2. Josh Dudash, 2004-07....................................554 3. T.J. Moriarty, 2001-04.....................................394 4. Scott Bard, 2000-02........................................264 5. Scott Meyer, 1996-98......................................192 6. Dan Shabbick, 1986-88..................................173 7. Michael Coulter, 2009-Pres..........................153 8. John Ragimierski, 1984-86.............................130 9. Dayne Hoffman, 2008-09................................128 10. Joe Moran, 1988-91........................................123

2010 Seawolves Football

Individual Records

Individual Records

Meet the Seawolves

2009 Review

2010 Opponents

Records & History

University/Media Info

Defensive Records 1. 2. 3. 4 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

2010 Seawolves Football

2009 Football

2010 Preview

Coaching Staff

Receiving Yardage -Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

(Since 1999)

Londre Blocker vs. Wagner, 2001...................216 Lynell Suggs at Robert Morris, 2005...............210 Lynell Suggs at Albany, 2007..........................200 Josh Anderson at Sacred Heart, 2005............185 Londre Blocker vs. Cent. Connecticut, 2003..183 Londre Blocker vs. Albany, 2004....................173 Donald Porter vs. Presbyterian, 2009.........156 Chris McGovern vs. St. Francis, 2001............137 Londre Blocker vs. Sacred Heart, 2002..........133 Londre Blocker vs. St. John’s, 2001...............133

100-yd Receiving Games - Season 1. 5.

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(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

Most Tackles - Career

Aden Smith, 1999-02......................................323 James Leach, 1993-95...................................299 Dan Bertzos, 1998-99, 01-02..........................296 Tyler Santucci, 2006-09..................................284 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. Tyler Santucci, 2009.........................................93 14. Bob Mazaroski, 1998........................................92 15. Al Bello, 1987....................................................87 16. Paul Klyap, 1987...............................................86 17. Dan Bertzos, 2001............................................81 King Wilson, 1992.............................................81

Most Unassisted Tackles - Career

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

Tyler Santucci, 2006-09..................................145 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

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

James Leach, 1993..........................................55 Juan Zapata, 1984............................................55

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

Most Assisted Tackles - Career

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 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 Cory Giddings, 2006-09....................................12 Dan Bertzos, 1998-99, 01-02............................12 Chris Richard, 2008-09 Adam Cooper, 2006-07..................................... 11

Most Assisted Tackles - Season

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, 2006-09......................................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

Most Unassisted Tackles - Season

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

John Harris, 1997.............................................64 Tyler Santucci, 2009.........................................57 Aden Smith, 2002.............................................57 Eddie Cobbinah, 2003......................................52 Aden Smith, 2001.............................................51 Bob Mazaroski, 1998........................................51 John Ragimierski, 1984....................................50 Ed Plitt, 1984....................................................47 Arin West, 2009...............................................45 Stephen Schwicke, 2009................................45 James Leach, 1995..........................................45

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

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

2010 Stony Brook Football Media Guide

Pass Breakups - Career

Fumble Recoveries - Career

Quarterback Sacks - Career

Special teams Records 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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

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. 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, 2006-09.....................................34 Gabe Rodriguez, 1995, 96................................33 Paul Klyap, 1985-88.........................................30

Glenn Saenz, 1992, 94-96................................29 Bobby Kane, 1994-96.......................................24 Clinton Graham, 2000, 03-04...........................23 Londre Blocker, 2001-04...................................22 Ralph Menendez, 1996-99...............................22 Oliver Bridges, 1989-91....................................22 Conte Cuttino, 2006-09.....................................21 Edwin Gowins, 2006-09..................................20 Lynell Suggs, 2005-08......................................20 Alex Londino, 1994-95, 97................................20

Touchdowns Scored - Career

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 2009 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 2009

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University/Media Info

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. 7. 8.

Records & History

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

Punt Returns - Career

(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

2010 Opponents

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. 8. 9.

2009 Review

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

Total Points Scored - Career

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 Edwin Gowins.................................... 145-890 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 Donald Porter...................................... 25-476 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 Michael Coulter............................... 153-2060

Meet the Seawolves

Mike Soto, 2000-03.........................................156 Bob Burden, 1986-89......................................149 Luke Gaddis, 2005-08....................................134 Wesley Skiffington, 2009-Pres.......................71 Neil Monte, 1994-96.........................................68 Brian Hughes, 1993..........................................65 Jason Harris, 1995-98......................................63 Richard Black, 1989-92....................................60

Career Scoring

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 2009

Coaching Staff

Points Scored Kicking - Career

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

Kick Return Yards - Career

Donald Porter, 2007-Pres..........................1,320 Chuck Downey, 1984-87..............................1,287 Bill Zagger, 1988-91.....................................1,238 Chad King, 2000-02, 04..................................914 John Ragimierski, 1984-86.............................784 Conte Cuttino, 2006-Pres...............................674 Gabe Rodriguez, 1995-96..............................632 Chris Herb, 1993-96.......................................622

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1. 2. 4. 6. 7.

Field Goals Made - Career

Bob Burden,1986-89.........................................28 Luke Gaddis, 2005-08......................................23 Mike Soto, 2000-03...........................................21 Wesley Skiffington, 2009-Pres.......................15 Jason Harris, 1995-98......................................12

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

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Individual Records

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Meet the Seawolves

2009 Review

2010 Opponents

Records & History

University/Media Info

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) 690................................ Conte Cuttino, 2006-09 (3607 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) Career: 3607............................Conte Cuttino, 2006-Pres. (513 carries) 2623.......................Ralph Menendez, 1997-2000 (497 carries)

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

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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.) 28...................... Michael Coulter at VMI, 10/17/09 (44 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

Receiving

Most Passes Caught

Most Yards

Most TD Passes Caught

Punting

Most Punts

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)

Longest Punt

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

Interceptions

Most Interceptions

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

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 27............................................................... Matt Brevi, 2009 22............................................................... Bill Zagger, 1991 57...................................................... Bill Zagger, 1989-1991

Most Return Yards

Game: 279*..........................Chuck Downey at Trenton State, 10/5/84 Season: 690............................................Bill Zagger, 1990 (32 returns) 557.......................................... Matt Brevi, 2009 (27 returns) 518............................................Bill Zagger, 1991 (22 returns) 493............................................Paul Klyap, 1988 (20 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 TDs On Kickoff Returns Game: Season: Career:

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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University/Media Info

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

Most Return Yards

2009 Football

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

Records & History

Game: Season: Career:

2010 Opponents

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.)

Punt Returns

Most Returns

2009 Review

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

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

Meet the Seawolves

Game: Season: Career:

Coaching Staff

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

Longest Interception Return

2010 Preview

Game: 13........................................ Lynell Suggs at Albany, 10/6/07 12............................. Glenn Saenz at Sacred Heart, 9/30/95 11...................................... Stephan Towns at VMI, 10/17/09 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

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Records & History

University/Media Info

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)

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)

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Meet the Seawolves

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:

4.............. Wesley Skiffingtion vs. Presbyterian, 10/3/09 3......................................Luke Gaddis vs. Maine, 10/20/07 3.......................................... Bob Burden at Kean, 10/11/86 15.................................. Wesley Skiffington, 2009 (17 att.) 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

Longest Field Goal Made

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:

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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.)

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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.)

Season:

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

Most Consecutive PATs By Kicking

Most Points Scored By Kicking

Game: 14....................Bob Burden at Kean, 10/11/86 (5 PAT, 3 FG) Season: 71.....................Wesley Skiffington, 2009, (26 PAT, 15 FG) 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 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

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

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

Most Sacks

Most Fumble Recoveries

LaValle Stadium Records

Rushing

Passing

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

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

Kick 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

Interceptions

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

Attendance

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

Records & History

10,024............................NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Quarterfinals, 5/23/10 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

Rudolph and james dipietro fund

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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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Points......................18...6 times, last Edwin Gowins vs. Lib., 11/21/09 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

Punt Returns

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Punt Returns

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

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

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Punting

Passing

Coaching Staff

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

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

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Rushes....................32.....................Conte Cuttino vs. Maine, 10/20/07 Yardage.................250..................... Edwin Gowins vs. VMI, 11/15/08 TD’s...........................3................ Edwin Gowins vs. Liberty, 11/21/09 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

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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

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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

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113..............vs. VMI, 11/15/08 (SB 51, VMI 62)

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

Coaching Staff

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

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

Fewest Passes Completed

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

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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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)

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)

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)

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

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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* Denotes NCAA Record # Denotes Tied NCAA Record

Field Goals 3 FG:.............................................................................................. Luke Gaddis at Elon, 11/17/07 4 FG:....................................................................Wesley Skiffington vs. Presbyterian, 10/3/09

2009 Football

0:13 apart................... vs. St. Francis, 9/23/00, (John Phelan 29 yd. interception return - Eric Hatkewitz 34 yd. interception return)

Kicking - Single-Game

Records & History

Most Points Scored In A Loss

Receptions 10:.........................................................................................11, Stephen Towns at VMI, 10/17/09 Yardage 100:................................................................................... 112, Stephen Towns vs. VMI, 10/17/09 200:.......................................................................................200, Lynell Suggs at Albany, 10/6/07 Scored 2 TDs:........................................................................... Donald Porter vs. Presbyterian, 10/3/09 3 TDs:......................................................................... Dwayne Eley at Coastal Carolina, 10/25/08

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Receiving - Single-Game

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Largest Margin Of Victory

Attempted 30:........................................................................31, Dayne Hoffman vs. Gardner-Webb, 11/1/08 40:...................................................................................... 44, Michael Coulter at VMI, 10/17/09 50:............................................................................................. 54, T.J. Moriarty at Lehigh, 9/4/04 Completed 20:....................................................................................... 21, Josh Dudash vs. Maine, 10/20/07 25:...................................................................................... 28, Michael Coulter at VMI, 10/17/09 30:..........................................................................................30, T.J. Moriarty vs. Lehigh, 9/14/04 Yardage 300:................................................................................. 316, Michael Coulter at VMI, 10/17/09 350:.......................................................................................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

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Fewest Points Scored, Both Teams

Passing - Single Game

Coaching Staff

Most Points Scored By Opponent

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. Liberty, 11/21/09 3 TDs: ................................................................................. Edwin Gowins vs. Liberty, 11/21/09 4 TDs:.................................................................................................................. Never been done

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Scoring Most Points Scored

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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 Second Team 2009....................................Tyler Santucci, LB

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

Coaching Staff

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Honors

College Sporting News Timm Schroeder ‘96

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

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.

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.

Matt Larsen ‘96

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Big South Conference

Coach of the Year 2009.............................................Chuck Priore Defensive Player of the Year 2009.....................................Tyler Santucci (LB) Freshman of the Year 2008.................................. Edwin Gowins (RB)

Defensive Rookie of the Year 2006.................................... Cory Giddings (DB) Coach of the Year 2005........................................ Sam Kornhauser

Liberty Conference Rookie of the Year 1988.......................................... Mike Lugo (RB)

1996..............................Chuck Downey (���88) 1999.......................... John Ragimierski (‘87) 1999.....................................Bill Zagger (‘93) 2000.....................................Paul Klyap (‘88) 2005................................Stuart Sharoff (‘81) 2006................................... Bob Burden (‘90)

Player of the Year 1986...................................Chuck Downey (DB)

Coach Sam 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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Records & History

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)

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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)

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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)

All-Conference First Team 1996 �����Glenn Saenz (WR), Jon Sorbera (DL) 1997 �����Josh Skurnik (OL), Jon Sorbera (DL)

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 2009................Edwin Gowins, RB (Offensive) ...........................Tyler Santucci, LB (Defensive)

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Northeast Conference

Offensive Rookie of the Year 2001..................................Londre Blocker (WR)

ECAC Division II North All-Stars

Co-Rookie of the Year 1998................................ Lucas Niskanen (WR)

All-Conference First Team 1986 �����Chuck Downey (DB) 1987 �����Chuck Downey (DB) 1988 �����Paul Klyap (DB), David Lewis (P) 1992 ����Scott Schuster (DB) 1993 �����Jonathan Fischer (TE) 1994 �����Timm Schroeder (QB), Karl Simons (OL)

Coaching Staff

All-Academic 2009................................ Jefferson Santos (OL)

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)

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All-Conference First Team 2008 ����Steve Council (OL), Edwin Gowins (RB), James Harris (DL) 2009 �����Tyler Santucci (LB), Conte Cuttino (RB), Paul Fenaroli (C), Arin West (S), Edwin Gowins (RB) Second Team 2008 �����Conte Cuttino (RB), Lawrence Lovell (OL), Chris Richards (DB), Tyler Santucci (LB) 2009 �����Chris Perri (DL), Chris Richards (DB).

Intercollegiate Football Conference (ECAC-IFC)

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Records & History

University/Media Info

All-Time Roster 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.......... 2005-09 Alvir, 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........... 2006-09 Austin, Steve............... 2005-07 Autera, Vin.........................1991 Avella, Thomas..................1992 Aversa, Frank....................2004 Ayala, Alexis................ 1998-01 Ayaz, Orhan.......................1985

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

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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 Burgwardt, Sean.............. 2007Burrows, Charles...............2000

Bob Burden ‘90 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

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................... 2008-09 Cassidy, 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.... 2006-09 Clay, 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............. 2006-09 Contento, 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 Coulter, Michael............... 2009Council, 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 Crew, Brian...................... 2009Crifasi, 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............. 2006-09 D D’Angelo, Mike..................2005 D’Aponte Ray.............. 1991-92 Daly, William................ 1994-97 Danho, David............... 1995-97 Daniels, Don......................2002 Dardenne, Matt............ 2008-09 Dattilo, Mario................... 2007Dauenhauer, Rick..............1999 David, Christopher.............1992 Davidson, Keith.................1997 Davies, Josh................1999, 01 Davis, Mike........................1989

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Davis, Saladin............. 2003-06 Day, Paul..................... 1996-97 Decristoforo, Will......... 1994-95 DeFranco, Joseph.............2004 DeJoseph, Michael............1990 Delmadge, Chris.......... 1992-93 DeLuise, Andrew...............1991 DeMayo, Chris...................1992

Chris Delmadge ‘93 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 Evangelista, Drew........... 2009Evers, Brian.......................1996 F Faccilonga, Darren............1989 Faiella, Joe...................... 2009Fairbend, Greg............ 1994-97 Famigletti, Anthony............1992 Famulari, Ryan............ 2007-09

Farina, 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............ 2006-09 Fiol, 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............. 2006-09 Gilbert, 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

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O Oakley, Richard.................1999 O’Connor, Duane...............1995 O’Keefe, John.............. 1986-87 Okobi, Chimezie.......... 2001-04

Records & History

N 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

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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.................. 2008-09

2009 Review

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.

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 Miccio, Sal.........................1987

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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

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................ 2008-09 Leach, 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

All-Time Roster

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................. 2007-09 Lovell, Lawrence......... 2005-08 Lozanne, Dennis......... 1997-98 Luby, Matt.................... 2008-09 Luchsinger, James...... 1994-95 Lucke, Jerry................. 1984-86 Lugo, Michael..............1988, 90 Lupo, Steve.......................2003

Coaching Staff

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

Keltos, Matt................. 1987-88 Kennedy, Tim.....................1985 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 Kirkpatrick, Joseph.......... 2009Kirkwood, 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

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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 I Iannone, Nick.............. 1985-86 Ibekweh, Emeka.......... 2001-03 Iberger, Eric.......................1991 Impagliazzo, Peter.............1985 Isaac, Anwar................ 2004-05

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Green, Anthony.................1993 Green, Chris......................2004 Griffin, Shane....................2005 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........... 2008-09 Gupta, Ed.................... 1986-87 Gush, Jordan................... 2009Guyer, Ed..........................1987 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

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Coaching Staff

Meet the Seawolves

2009 Review

2010 Opponents

Records & History

University/Media Info

All-Time Roster Okoro, Edison....................2006 Oliveto, James...................2000 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 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................... 2008-09 Perrino, 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........... 2006-09 Philips, 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............ 2005-09 Pye, Thomas............... 1988-89 Pyrch, John.......................1993 Q Quagliata, Joe............. 1994-95 Quilles, Henry....................1988

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R Ragimierski, John........ 1984-86 Ramson, Mitch............ 1997-98 Rankins, Chevar.......... 2006-09 Ransom, 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............ 2007-09 Richards, Richie.......... 2003-06 Richardson, Craig............ 2009Ridge, 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

Glenn Saenz ‘97 S Sabia, Adam................ 1999-02 Sable, Dan.........................2000 Saenz, Glenn......... 1992, 94-96

Saffold, Melaquan........ 2006-09 Saladino, James.......... 1991-93 Saljooki, Qais.............. 1996-97 Saldibar, Steve..................1995 Samboy, Dwayne...............1997 Santora, James.................1995 Santorella, Louis................1994 Santos, Jeff.................. 2006-09 Santucci, Tyler............. 2006-09 Saraceni, 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............ 2008-09 Sayegh, 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 Sollazzo, Ryan..................2009 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.......... 2007-09 Stanley, Brian.............. 1996-00 Stanley, Mike............... 1998-99 St. Jeanos, Chris...............1988 Stebbins, Shawn......... 1990-92

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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............. 2005-09 Szokoli, 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................ 2008-09 Thomas, 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........... 2008-09 Tozzi, 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 Tuiloma, Kenny................ 2009Tyler, Chris................... 2006-09 V 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 Vitale, Rich...................... 2009Vitucci, 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........... 2007-09 Watson, 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

Bill Zagger ‘91 Yurkiw, Andrew..................2006 Yuzuk, David............... 1986-87 Z Zach, Ken.................... 1991-93 Zagger, Billy................. 1988-91 Zapata, Juan............... 1984-86 Zayas, Adrian....................1997 Zena, Carlos......................1992 Zephirin, Jean.............. 1992-93 Zorbas, John................... 2008-

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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 S 18 at Hofstra O 3 at Cortland St.

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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* 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* 1990 • 1-8-1, 1-4 LFC S 8 Ramapo S 15 Hofstra S 21 at St. John’s* S 29 Iona* O 6 at C.W. Post* O 13 Bentley

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7-14 48-12 6-14 3-21 26-0 24-7

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7-14 3-8 11-26 3-0 7-13 70-20 3-0 16-10 38-0

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13-33 6-28 21-38 10-40 10-14 43-24 41-31 26-10 6-38 9-10 0-24 0-48 0-21 10-28 7-38 3-13

O 20 O 27 N 3 N 10

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at Stonehill at Kings Point* at WPI Pace*

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27-27 19-25 10-42 16-14

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

1992 • 5-5, 2-3 FFC S 12 Pace S 19 Bentley S 26 at Coast Guard* O 3 Sacred Heart O 10 at Gettysburg O 17 at Wesley O 24 Kings Point* O 31 at W. Connecticut St. * N 7 Plymouth St.* N 14 UMass-Lowell*

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28-0 27-12 24-19 20-0 12-15 14-21 7-28 16-20 10-21 31-27

1993 • 6-3-1, 3-2 FFC S 11 at Pace S 18 at Jersey City St. S 25 Coast Guard* O 2 at Sacred Heart O 9 Gettysburg O 23 at Kings Point* O 30 W. Connecticut St.*

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20-2 22-22 21-14 20-13 43-36 21-20 33-6

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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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0-45 8-36 8-23 18-51 34-7 35-0 14-17 23-21 25-20

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 Chuck Priore 2 coaches

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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 5 1 65 65

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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 .545 .490

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Year-By-Year Records N 6 at Plymouth St.* N 13 at UMass-Lowell* N 25 at St. John’s

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1994 • 7-4, 4-2 FFC S 10 Pace W S 17 Jersey City St. W S 24 at Coast Guard* W O 1 Sacred Heart W O 8 at Gettysburg L O 15 Norwich* W O 22 Kings Point* L O 29 at W. Connecticut St.* W N 5 at Plymouth St.* L N 12 UMass-Lowell* W ECAC Southeast Championship N 19 Wilkes (ot) L

9-26 18-38 14-17 32-0 25-7 22-21 22-6 41-48 21-6 6-13 32-0 31-37 54-0 21-28

O 9 O 23 O 30 N 6 N 13 N 20 N 26

at Sacred Heart* at C.W. Post C. Connecticut St.* at San Diego St. Francis (Pa.)* at Robert Morris* St. John’s

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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

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

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

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

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

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* O 24 at Merrimack* O 31 Wagner N 7 American Int’l.* N 14 C.W. Post* N 27 at St. John’s

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16-64 30-16 39-6 7-9 16-42 19-14 13-14 7-35 3-9 3-17

2004 • 3-7, 2-5 NEC S 4 at Lehigh S 18 at Wagner* S 25 at Monmouth* O 2 Robert Morris* O 9 Hofstra O 16 at St. Franics (Pa.)* O 23 Albany* O 30 Sacred Heart* N 6 at C. Connecticut St..* N 13 Iona

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2-25 13-21 27-0 24-31 21-61 29-21 22-27 35-38 28-38 45-13

1999 • 5-5, 4-3 NEC S 11 Wagner* S 25 Monmouth* O 2 at Albany*

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2005 • 6-5, 5-2 NEC S 10 Bucknell S 17 at Hofstra

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S 24 O 1 O 8 O 15 O 22 O 29 N 5 N 12 N 19

Georgetown Monmouth* at Albany* St. Francis (Pa.)* at Sacred Heart* at Robert Morris* Wagner* C. Connecticut St.* at Marist

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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

2009 • 6-5. 5-1 Big South S 5 at Hofstra S 12 at Colgate S 19 Brown S 26 at #15 Massachusetts O 3 Presbyterian* O 10 at North Dakota O 17 at VMI* O 24 Coastal Carolina* O 31 at Gardner-Webb* N 14 at Charleston Southern* N 21 #16 Liberty*

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Administration

Dr. Samuel L. Stanley Jr. University President University of Chicago, ‘76

On July 1, 2009, Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D., became the fifth president of Stony Brook University, taking the helm of one of the nation’s most prestigious research institutions. One of just 63 members of the invitation-only Association of American Universities, Stony Brook is recognized for its innovative programs, groundbreaking discoveries, and integration of research with undergraduate education. A highly distinguished biomedical researcher, Dr. Stanley was one of the nation’s highest recipients of support from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for his research focusing on enhanced defense against emerging infectious diseases. He is an expert in the biological mechanisms that cells employ when responding to infectious agents such as parasites, bacteria, and viruses, a process commonly called the inflammatory response. Prior to coming to Stony Brook, Dr. Stanley served as vice chancellor for research at Washington University in Saint Louis, where he was responsible for the university’s research, overseeing an enterprise that generated more than $500 million annually. As the institutional official responsible for all

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compliance programs, he oversaw the university community’s adherence to guidelines governing the responsible and ethical conduct of research. A Seattle native, Dr. Stanley has a Bachelor of Arts degree in biological sciences (Phi Beta Kappa) from the University of Chicago. After earning his medical degree from Harvard Medical School in 1980, he completed his resident-physician training at Massachusetts General Hospital. In 1983 he began a fellowship in infectious diseases at Washington University School of Medicine, became a professor of medicine in 1999, and in 2004 was appointed a professor in the Department of Molecular Microbiology in recognition of the collaborative nature of his research. Dr. Stanley serves on the SUNY Strategic Planning Steering Committee, which plays a pivotal role in shaping the development of SUNY’s new Strategic Plan that will guide SUNY for the next five years and the University for the next ten. As chair of Brookhaven Science Associates, which co-manages Brookhaven National Laboratory with Battelle Memorial Institute, Dr. Stanley joins the leaders of a select group of prestigious academic institutions including Cornell,

Princeton, Stanford, the University of California-Berkeley, and the University of Chicago in co-managing and collaborating with a national laboratory. He also serves on the boards of the SUNY Research Foundation, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Goodwill Industries of Greater NY and NJ, the Long Island Association, and the Long Island Regional Advisory Council on Higher Education (LIRACHE). Dr. Stanley has received an Honorary Doctorate Degree in Science from Konkuk University in Korea. Generating an estimated $4.7 billion annually in regional economic impact, Stony Brook is playing a vital role in Long Island’s transformation into a major technological corridor, bringing new innovations in wireless technology, clean energy, diagnostic and sensor systems, and medical biotechnology to the area. Stony Brook faculty members are credited with more than 1,500 inventions and more than 400 U.S. patents, and our research enterprise generates $160 million in revenue annually. With the newly created New York Energy Policy Institute—a consortium of research centers and experts to advise the State on energy policy—housed at the Advanced Energy Research and Technology Center (AERTC) at Stony Brook, the University will assume a leading role in our region’s well-being for years to come.

Dr. Randall Susman

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Dr. Randall Susman enters his eighth 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

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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.

Jim Fiore

Director of Athletics Hofstra, ‘91

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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 Brook from Princeton University in August 2003, Fiore has 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’s vision for Stony Brook athletics has resulted in unprecedented growth for the program. After its championship season in 2005, the football program was elevated to the NCAA I-AA scholarship level, and in April 2006, Fiore announced that the program would upgrade to Independent status for the 2007 season and accepted an invitation into the Big South Conference as an associate member for football only. In doing so, he has ensured the long-term future of Stony Brook football, enabling it to eventually compete for a national championship alongside institutions with similar academic and athletic standards. In addition, his dynamic imaging and branding campaign has given Stony Brook athletics a national scope. During the 2005-2006 academic year, Stony Brook inked a television deal with Madison Square Garden (MSG) Network to broadcast a multi-game package during the 20062007 academic year, the first television deal in the program’s history. In January 2006, the department also launched The Stony Brook Sports Report, a 30-week television show that is produced on campus and aired nationally on CSTV. Fiore also spearheaded the bid that resulted in Stony Brook being awarded the opportunity to host the NCAA Division I men’s lacrosse north quarterfinals in May 2006. Fiore’s grand design has produced dramatic results and a series of firsts for Stony Brook. In 2004, the baseball team won its first America East title and went to the NCAA Tournament. In the fall of 2005, the football program secured its first-ever conference title in its Division I history. On the same day that the football team won a championship, the men’s soccer team capped its regular-season title by capturing its first America East Tournament crown to earn an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament. The men’s soccer team went on to notch Stony Brook’s first NCAA playoff victory with a first-round win over Yale. Success continued during the winter months as the women’s basketball team put together the second-best turnaround in Division I, going from 8-20 in 2004-2005 to a 20-10 mark in 2005-2006. Along the way, the team defeated nationally-ranked Temple en route to receiving the program’s first postseason bid, a trip to the 2006 WNIT. In the spring of 2005, the men’s lacrosse team garnered its first-ever Top 20 ranking in the 16-year history of the program and is now regularly ranked in the top-20. Under Fiore’s leadership, Stony Brook won its first Division I conference championships in women’s sports in 2007 as the women’s lacrosse, cross country and volleyball teams all won titles. Stony Brook enjoyed its finest season in 2009-10 since joining the Division I ranks as baseball, men’s basketball, women’s cross country, football, men’s lacrosse and men’s soccer each won conference championships. The men’s basketball team hosted Illinois in a preseason NIT game be-

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features a computer lab, a study hall/multipurpose function room, a career resource/library area and several private tutor rooms. During his tenure, Fiore also has guided Stony Brook through the essential and formative NCAA Certification process, helped redesign the athletic logo and athletic website, developed a new comprehensive student-athlete exit survey and head coach performance evaluation instrument, implemented mandatory drug testing, and unveiled an athletic department strategic plan through 2011. Fiore also has instituted a “Book of the Year” program for coaches and staff that highlights important topics relevant to professional and personal development, culminating with the author’s visit to campus and discussion with the entire staff. In the fall of 2004, Fiore implemented a Minority Apprentice program to assist in the development of young professionals in intercollegiate athletics. His list of accomplishments has not gone unnoticed. In December 2007 Fiore was named the Sports Man of the Year by The Village Times Herald and in the fall of 2004, he was recognized by the Long Island Business Association as one of the Top 40 executives under the age of 40 on Long Island. Fiore currently serves on University President Shirley Strum Kenny’s Cabinet and also was appointed by Kenny to co-chair the strategic plan for image and identity committee. He also has 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 the NCAA Division I Misconduct Appeals Sub-committee. Recently, he was named to the Dowling College Sports Management Board of Directors. In June 2004, Fiore was a featured speaker at the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) convention in Dallas, Texas. From 1999-2003, he provided department-wide leadership in support of the director of athletics at Princeton University, 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 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. Princeton finished among the Top 25 in the Director’s Cup standings in three of the four years he was there and is the only non-scholarship institution ever to finish in the Top 25. From 1999-2003, Princeton teams won 60 Ivy League championships and nine national championships. From 1995-1998, Fiore was the Assistant Director of Athletics for Intercollegiate Programming at Dartmouth College, where he assisted with the daily operation and supervision of Dartmouth’s comprehensive 34-sport program. Before Dartmouth, Fiore interned at Princeton (1994-1995) for one year, during which he assisted the director of athletics on assigned projects. He began his career as a graduate assistant at Springfield College before moving on to be an assistant to the Executive Director of the National Invitation Tournament during the spring and summer of 1993. One year later, he took an internship in the compliance office at Fordham University. A native of Long Beach, N.Y, Fiore graduated from Long Beach High School and went on to earn his Bachelor of Arts degree from Hofstra University, where he played free safety for the football team. Upon graduation from Hofstra, Fiore earned 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 7 years old. They reside in Stony Brook.

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fore a sold out crowd of over 4,000. In the spring, the men’s lacrosse team advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals and hosted top-seeded Virginia before a standing-only crowd of 10,000. Fiore also has turned his attention to department-wide fundraising efforts, with his efforts resulting in an increase of more than 55 percent in both annual giving revenue and number 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, two of which were the largest philanthropic gifts given to athletics in its history. In July 2005, Fiore hired a Senior Associate Director of Athletics for External Services & Advancement and 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 an annual systemic deficit, resulting in a balanced budget for the 2004-2005 academic year, the first time that Stony Brook realized that goal since moving to the Division I level. Fiore has seen the department balance its budget every year since and has overseen a budget growth from $9 million to $14 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 with Islanders Media Inc. as the athletic department continues to nurture and foster strong bonds with the Long Island corporate community. Fiore has secured $30 million from New York State for athletic facility renovations to the Stony Brook University Basketball Arena, Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium and various other athletic facilities. In December 2003, Stony Brook retained HOK, the premier sports architectural firm in the nation, to formulate and develop a master plan for the future of Stony Brook athletic facilities. The blueprint already has begun to take hold: The baseball/softball complex received a facelift with the addition of new bleachers and press boxes, the strength and conditioning facility was renovated and expanded and the Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium is going to have a $6 million expansion that will include increasing seating by 2,000 and new Club and V.I.P. seating. Additionally a $20 million renovation of the Stony Brook University Basketball Arena will commence in Spring 2008 as well as a $1.2 million renovation to the Pritchard Gymnasium complex. The football, men’s lacrosse, women’s lacrosse and visiting team locker rooms in LaValle Stadium recently were redesigned and enhanced for $1,000,000. Under Fiore’s leadership, Stony Brook studentathletes also have attained new levels of achievement in the classroom. Since his arrival the GPA for student-athletes has risen from 2.86 in 2003 to 3.11 in the fall of 2007. 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 339 student-athletes named to the America East honor roll - the most since the university joined the America East in 2001. In the fall of 2007, 15 of 20 teams earned team GPAs above 3.0 and 71 percent of Stony Brook’s 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. Coinciding with this success, Stony Brook unveiled the new Goldstein Student-Athlete Development Center in the spring of 2006, a center made possible through a $1.2 million gift from Stony Brook alum and former All-American squash player Stuart Goldstein ‘74. The 6,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility can accommodate more than 400 student-athletes and

Administration

Records & History

University/Media Info

Head Coaches

Dave Alexander

Megan Bryant

Allison Comito

Softball

Gary Glassman

Women’s Lacrosse

Cesar Markovic

Men’s & Women’s Tennis

Men’s Soccer

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Men’s & Women’s Swimming & Diving

Michele Cherry

Meet the Seawolves

2009 Review

Women’s Basketball

Andy Ronan

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Coaching Staff

Men’s & Women’s CC/Track & Field

Deb Matejka-DesLauriers

Steve Pikiell

Volleyball

Men’s Basketball

Sue Ryan

Matt Senk

Women’s Soccer

Baseball

Athletic Department Directory

Chuck Priore Football

Rick Sowell

Men’s Lacrosse

(Area Code 631) Administration and Staff Assistant Offensive Line: Mark Murray......................................632-4603 Director of Athletics: Jim Fiore...................................................632-7205 Assistant Defensive Line: Patrick Hatch....................................632-4602 Executive Associate Director of Athletics: Donna Woodruff......632-7174 Assistant Linebackers: Tyler Santucci.......................................632-4637 Senior Associate Director of Athletics: Matt Larsen...................632-4516 Running Backs: Greg Toop........................................................632-4670 Asst. AD - Sports Administration: Sue Serafini..........................632-7553 Director of Football Operations: Michael Derice........................632-4670 Assoc. 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 Speed, Strength and Cond.: David Van Dyke..........632-4319 Men’s Lacrosse: Rick Sowell.....................................................632-7219 Administrative Fax.....................................................................632-7122 Women’s Lacrosse: Allison Comito...........................................632-4089 Football Office Men’s Soccer: Cesar Markovic..................................................632-4089 Head Coach: Chuck Priore Women’s Soccer: Sue Ryan......................................................632-7216 Asst. Head Coach of the Defense/Def. Coord.: Jim Gush........632-4363 Softball: Megan Bryant..............................................................632-7282 Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks: Jeff Behrman..................632-7424 Men’s & Women’s Swimming & Diving: Dave Alexander..........632-7204 Linebackers/Special Teams: Joe Tricario..................................632-7169 Men’s and Women’s Tennis: Gary Glassman............................632-7208 Defensive Line: Tony Thompson...............................................632-4638 M & W Cross Country/Track & Field: Andy Ronan....................632-7214 Wide Receivers: Carlton Goff....................................................632-4604 Volleyball: Deb Matejka-DesLauriers........................................632-7212 Offensive Line/Tight Ends: Jon Woods......................................632-3285

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Susan Abbott

Associate AD for External Services

BJ Ercolino

Dan Arena

Asst. Equipment Manager

John Espey

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Assistant Director of Facilities

John Carpenter

Chris Cepeda

Stephen Clacherty

Roy Flores

Clare Faurote

Danielle Hibbard

Equipment Operations Assistant

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Maintenance Technician

Staff Assistant / Admin. & Business

Assistant AD for Compliance

Academic Advisor

Lisa Drane

Coordinator of Scheduling

Sarah Kearney

Speed, Strength and Conditioning Coach

Coaching Staff

Rob Emmerich

Vincent Accardi

Coord. of Marketing & Ticketing Services

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Coordinator of Athletic Events

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Administration

Meet the Seawolves

Nicholas Kolb

Dir., Athletic Advancement & Alumni Relations

Sam Kornhauser

Kathy Koshansky

Adam McLeod

Brandon Mitchell

Eric Nepomuceno

Assistant AD for Sports Medicine

Rajesh Kumar

Matt Larsen

Andrea Lebedinski

Senior Associate Director of Athletics

Coordinator of Annual Giving & Branding

Todd Phelps

Stephanie Poetzsch

Courtney Sanfelippo

Rachael Lyall

Assistant AD of Athletics for Bus. Ops. and Admin.

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Academic Advisor

2009 Review

Speed, Strength and Conditioning Coach

Assistant Athletic Trainer

David Van Dyke

Dir., Speed, Strength and Conditioning

Associate AD for Facility Operations and Events

John VanWagner Mgr., Marketing & Corporate Sales

Facilities Assistant

Kim Wodiska

Executive Assistant to the AD

Assistant AD for StudentAthlete Develop.

Donna Woodruff Executive Associate Director of Athletics

Sue Serafini

Assistant AD for Sports Administration

University/Media Info

Mary Tovornik

Associate Athletic Trainer

Coordinator of Recruiting & Eligibility

Enzo Zucconi Director of Equipment Ops.

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Records & History

Assistant AD for Event Operations

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Sports Medicine

Meet the Seawolves

2009 Review

2010 Opponents

Records & History

University/Media Info

Certified Athletic Trainers (ATC’s) are the liaison between the

the field level of the LaValle Stadium. Both facilities are fully equipped

student-athlete and the medical

and functional for everyday practice

community. The primary goal of the

and game-day operations.

sports medicine staff is to provide

health care for student-athletes

the School of Health Technology

competing at the intercollegiate

and Management, offers an Athletic

level for Stony Brook University.

Training Education Program (ATEP),

The Seawolves sports medicine

which became CAATE accredited in

staff consists of BOC (Board of

September 2004. The program has

Certification) certified athletic train-

four full time faculty members in ad-

ers and athletic training students

dition to several adjunct professors

from the Athletic Training Educa-

with an Athletic Training Lab to help

tion Program who are under the

guide the ATEP students towards

supervision and direction of Dr.

becoming Certified Athletic Train-

Stuart Cherney, Head Team Physi-

ers.

Stony Brook University, through

cian, In addition, the Stony Brook Student Health Service and many

medical specialists in the community assist the athletic trainers and

Lisa White, MA, ATC, Stony Brook ‘87, inducted into the Stony Brook

team physicians in providing quality health care for the Seawolves.

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

Athletic trainers are an integral part of every intercollegiate athletic

A notable alumnus of the Stony Brook athletic training program is

program to ensure that student-athletes are competing in a safe and

undergraduate years

healthy environment. Each Stony Brook student-athlete is monitored

at Stony Brook, where

with yearly athletic physicals, medical questionnaires, and orthopaedic

she also excelled in

baseline examinations. On a daily basis, the sports medicine staff di-

Women’s Basketball.

rectly supervises all high-risk sport activities and serves as the primary

In addition, several

healthcare practitioner for all student-athletes. Preventive measures

other alumni of the

are taken to reduce the risk of injury and/or re-injury. Should a student-

Athletic Training pro-

athlete become injured, the certified athletic trainer recognizes and

gram have gone on

diagnoses the injury, provides immediate care, makes a timely referral

to become certified

(if necessary), initiates treatment and develops/directs a rehabilitation

athletic trainers at the

plan for all injuries. Education of student-athletes is extremely important

high school, college

in the areas of injury prevention, nutrition, hygiene, substance abuse,

and clinic levels, as

etc. This is coordinated through the done through the sports medicine

well as entered other

staff.

allied health care pro-

fessions such as: medical doctor, physician assistant, physical therapy,

Stony Brook University has two (2) Athletic Training Rooms. Both

have state of the art equipment for injury treatment, such as cold com-

occupational therapy and respiratory therapy.

Coaching Staff

pression units, electrical modalities and emergency equipment. The Intercollegiate Athletic Training Room is located in the Indoor Sports

All Sport Orthopaedic Surgery

Complex just off the Arena floor to the rear of the building. It houses

Stuart Cherney, M.D.

more specialized rehabilitation devices such as: Biodex, treadmill, exercise bikes, balance devices, and Exogen units; as well as a diagnostic

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Flouroscan machine. The Stadium Athletic Training Room is located on

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 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

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

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

Post Game

Coach Chuck Priore will be available to the media each Tuesday during the season via the Big South Conference weekly teleconference. 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.

Credentials

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.

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.

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Press Will Call

Weekly Teleconference

2009 Review

Requests for press, radio, television and photo credentials should be made to Adam Gutes in the Stony Brook Athletic Communications Office either by phone (631-632-7125) or by email (adam.gutes@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 Adam Gutes or the host school’s media relations director.

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.

Records & History

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.

Photographers

University/Media Info

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 please contact the Athletic Communications Office. Out-going calls should be made on a collect or calling card basis.

Meet the Seawolves

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.

Seawolves on the Web

Coaching Staff

LaValle Stadium is fully equipped with both internet jacks and wireless access. Contact a member of the Athletic Communications office for assistance.

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All interview requests for players or coaches should be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance through the Athletic Communications Office by calling Adam Gutes (631-632-7125). 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 over.

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Athletic Communications

Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium

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University/Media Info

Adam Gutes Athletic Communications Assistant/ Football Contact

Jeremy Cohen Athletic Communications Assistant

Coaching Staff

Phone: (631) 632-6328 Email: jeremy.cohen@stonybrook.edu Stony Brook Athletic Communications Mailing Address Stony Brook University Indoor Sports Complex Stony Brook, N.Y. 11794-3500 Important Telephone Numbers Communications Office....... (631) 632-7125 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

Head Coach:............................................... Chuck Priore (Albany, ‘82) Record at Stony Brook:..............................................22-22 (4 yrs.) Career Record:.........................................................61-31 (10 yrs.) Football Office Phone:.................................................. (631) 632-4670 Best Time to Contact:.......................................... Contact Through SID Assistant Coaches: Jim Gush (Bucknell ’81) 2nd year – Asst. HC of the Defense/DC Jeff Behrman (John Carroll ’95) 5th year – Off. Coordinator/QBs Joe Tricario (Cortland St. ’83) 5th year – Linebackers/Special Teams Tony Thompson (Stony Brook ’97) 4th year – Defensive Line Carlton Goff (Illinois Coll. ’95) 5th year – Wide Receivers Jon Woods (Union ’04) 6th year – Offensive Line/Tight Ends Mark Murray (American International ‘82) 1st year - Offensive Line Tyler Santucci (Stony Brook ‘10) 1st year - Asst. Linebackers Patrick Hatch (Union, ’06), 2nd year – Asst. Defensive Line Greg Toop (Southern Connecticut St. ’72), 4th year – Running Backs Director of Football Operations....... Michael Derice (Stony Brook, ‘08) Speed, Strength & Conditioning Coach....................... David Van Dyke Athletic Trainer............................................................... Mary Tovornik Academic Advisor...........................................................Rajesh Kumar

Team Information

Total Home Away Neutral 2009 Record 6-5 4-0 2-5 0-0 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost:...................................................4/7 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost:..................................................4/7 Specialists Returning/Lost:..............................................................5/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:......................................................26/27 Newcomers:......................................................................................29

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Meet the Seawolves

2009 Review

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Records & History

Phone: (631) 632-7125 Email: adam.gutes@stonybrook.edu

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 Division I (FCS) Conference:...................................................Big South (Football Only) Stadium:..........................................................LaValle Stadium (8,136) Surface:...................................................................................FieldTurf President:.............................. Dr. Samuel L. Stanley, Jr. (Chicago, ‘76) Director of Athletics:......................................... Jim Fiore (Hofstra, ‘91) Athletics Phone:........................................................... (631) 632-7205 Ticket Office Phone:...................................................(631) 632-WOLF

2010 Schedule

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Sept. 4 at South Florida Tampa, Fla. 7:00 pm Sept. 11 American International STONY BROOK 6:00 pm Sept. 18 at Brown Providence, R.I. 12:30 pm Sept. 25 Massachusetts STONY BROOK 6:00 pm Oct. 2 Open Oct. 9 VMI* (Homecoming) STONY BROOK 3:00 pm Oct. 16 at Lafayette Easton, Pa. 1:00 pm Oct. 23 at Coastal Carolina* Conway, S.C. 6:00 pm Oct. 30 Charleston Southern* STONY BROOK 3:00 pm Nov. 6 at Presbyterian* Clinton, S.C. 1:30 pm Nov. 13 Gardner-Webb* STONY BROOK 1:00 pm Nov. 20 at Liberty* Lynchburg, Va. 3:30 pm *Big South game, all times Eastern

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