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2010 SAINT VINCENT COLLEGE FOOTBALL MEDIA GUIDE


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QUICK FACTS SCHOOL INFORMATION Location....................................Latrobe, PA 15650 Enrollment.................................................... 1,810 Founded.........................................................1846 Religious Affiliation.......................Roman Catholic Nickname.................................................Bearcats Athletic Colors.............................Green and Gold Athletic Affiliation......................NCAA Division III Conference.......... Presidents’ Athletic Conference President........................... Br. Norman Hipps, OSB Athletic Director...................Fr. Myron Kirsch, OSB Associate Ath. Director/SWA........Kristen Zawacki Assistant Ath. Director/Compliance.......Sue Hozak Athletic Department Phone...............724-805-2111 Athletic Department Fax...................724-532-5050

FOOTBALL STAFF Head Football Coach..........................Bob Colbert Alma Mater/Year...........................Maryland/1971 Record at SVC/Years...................................1-29/3 E-Mail...............bob.colbert@email.stvincent.edu Office Phone.....................................724-805-2983 General Football Phone...................724-805-2986 Defensive Coordinator.....................Shawn Rohrer Offensive Line Coach.....................Bernie Colbert Defensive Line Coach..............................John Bell Wide Receivers Coach.......................Bret Colbert Defensive Backs Coach....................Dom Razzano Linebackers Coach........................Ron Baldonieri Defensive Assistant......................Jonathan Widich Running Backs...................................Bill Pawloski

SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Director.....................Jeff Zidek Office Phone.....................................724-805-2476 E-Mail...................jeff.zidek@email.stvincent.edu Asst. Sports Information Director...........Jim Berger Office Phone.....................................724-805-2741 E-Mail.................jim.berger@email.stvincent.edu Sports Information Fax......................724-532-5050 General Athletics E-Mail.....sports@stvincent.edu Website.................... www.stvincent.edu/athletics Mailing Address............300 Fraser Purchase Road

COACHING STAFF

2.......... Head Coach Bob Colbert 3.......... Assistant Coaches

2010 BEARCATS

5.......... 2010 Preseason Roster 6.......... 2010 Returnees 15........ Geographical Roster Breakdown 16.........2010 Opponent Capsules 19.........Directions to 2010 Road Games

2009 SEASON

20........ 2009 Game Recaps 30........ 2009 Final Statistics 33.........Game Highs 33.........Game-by-Game Starters

THE P.A.C.

34........ PAC Members/2009 Standings 35........ 2009 Final Standings/Statistical Leaders

BEARCAT HISTORY

36........ Historical Timeline 38........ All-time Win/Loss Records 38....... Game-by-Game, 1925-present 39........ Series’ Records 39........ Coaches’ Records 40........ All-Americans 41.........The Record Book 42.........Yearly Statistical Leaders

CONTENTS

FOOTBALL INFORMATION First Year of Football.......................................1923 All-Time Record...................................157-146-26 Playoff Appearances............................................1 Year/Result..............1950/Def. Emory & Henry 7-6 Home Stadium.............................Chuck Noll Field Capacity/Surface...................1,100/Natural Grass Basic Offense..........................Multiple-I/Pro Style Basic Defense..........................................4-4/3-5-3 2009 Record....................................................0-10 Starters Returning/Lost...................................20/5 Total Returning/Lost.....................................78/23

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SAINT VINCENT COLLEGE 43........ Chuck Noll Field 44........ Saint Vincent College Facts 45........ Bearcat Athletic Facilities 47........ Media Information 48........ Official Referee Signals

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HEAD COACH BOB COLBERT

COACHING STAFF

Bob Colbert came to Saint Vincent in 2006 to bring back football after a 45-year hiauts. He built the program from the ground up, hiring a staff and recruiting players from all over the country to come to Western Pennsylvania to get in on the ground floor of a program rich in history, yet brand new.

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A native of Pittsburgh’s North Side, Colbert is entering his 41st season as a coach, and has been involved with the game of football as a player and coach for 53 years. A graduate of North Catholic High School, where he starred in both football and baseball, he attended the University of Maryland, where he played defensive back and earned a Bachelors of Science degree in 1971. In 1970, he became the head coach at Gallaudet University, the only liberal arts college in the world for the hearing impaired. Just 23 at the time, he was the youngest head coach in the United States, and posted a record of 3-4 in his first season, the school’s best record in the previous 32 years. He then went on to serve as defensive backs coach at Colgate University from 1972-75, also serving as baseball coach from ‘74-76, before moving to the National Football League as an assistant to the defensive staff with the Washington Redskins and legendary coach George Allen (1976), and administrative assistant to the Baltimore Colts (197779) under head coach Ted Marchibroda.

He returned to college coaching in 1980, spending three years at Ohio Wesleyan University as defensive coordinator, and again coaching baseball in 1981 and ‘82. From 1983-89, he was receivers coach and special teams coordinator at Cornell University, winning the Ivy League championship in 1988. He then picked up his second Ivy League title in 1990 at Dartmouth, where he served as offensive line coach. Colbert then moved to Division I-AA James Madison as offen-

1970-71: 1972-75: 1976: 1977-79: 1980-82: 1983-89: 1990: 1991-94: 1996-97: 1998-05: 2006-

COLBERT TIMELINE

Head Coach, Gallaudet University Defensive Backs Coach, Colgate University Defensive Assistant, Washington Redskins Administrative Assistant, Baltimore Colts Defensive Coordinator, Ohio Wesleyan University Receivers/Special Teams Coach, Cornell University Offensive Line Coach, Dartmouth College Offensive Coordinator, James Madison University QB Coach/Off. Coordinator, Univ. of Massachusetts Off. Coord/Assoc. Head Coach, Bridgewater College Head Coach, Saint Vincent College

sive coordinator for four years (1991-94), twice reaching the NCAA Quarterfinals In 1996, Colbert was named quarterbacks coach at another I-AA school, the University of Massachusetts, and added offensive coordinator to his title at UMASS in 1997.

From 1998-2005, Colbert was the offensive line coach, offensive coordinator, and associate head coach (1995) at Bridgewater College (VA), where the Eagles enjoyed five consecutive titles in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference. Bridgewater competed in the Division III national playoffs for six consecutive seasons from 2000-05. The Eagles beat PAC members Washington & Jefferson twice and Waynesburg and Thiel once during those six playoff years, while also losing to W&J in an overtime playoff game in 2004. In 2001, the Eagles played Mount Union College for the National Championship in the Stagg Bowl. In 2002, Colbert received the AFLAC National Assistant of the Year award for his work at Bridgewater. The Eagles were 64-11 during his final six years, averaging 5,473 yards per year, 443 yards per game, and 38 points per game. Colbert and his wife of 37 years, Christine, have two children. Their daughter Cara Colbert Hopson resides in Harrisonburg, VA, working for the Big Brothers Big Sisters Organization. Cara gave birth to the Colberts’ first gradnchild, Tyler Colby Hopson, in May 2010. Their son Bret resides in Greensburg, and serves as wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator for the Bearcats.


ASSISTANT COACHES

SHAWN ROHRER Defensive Coordinator Shawn Rohrer enters his third year on the Bearcat staff as the team’s defensive coordinator. Under his guidance, the Bearcat defense has seen marked improvement. In 2009, the Bearcat defense ranked sixth in the PAC in total defense, its highest finish ever, while finishing fifth in pass defense and fourth in sacks. In addition, four Bearcats ranked in the top 15 in the conference in tackles and a trio of players - linebacker David Ribero, defensive tackle John Jackson, and cornerback Rob James - received 2009 PAC Coaches Honors.

Rohrer served as Inside Linebackers Coach at his alma mater from 2000-2002. In 2000, SRU was PSAC West Champions and again a national playoff team. In 2002, he was hired at Shepherd University as a Defensive Line Coach and Recruiting Coordinator. In his second season at Shepherd, Rohrer transitioned to coach the linebackers while ejoying a WVIAC Conference Championship. In 2005, he added Special Teams Coordinator to his responsibilities, and enjoyed another WVIAC title while taking part in a perfect 100 regular season and a national playoff birth. Rohrer helped lead a defense that ranked nationally in every major defensive statistic. Shawn and his wife Kim reside in New Stanton, PA with their daughter Savanah.

BERNIE COLBERT Offensive Line Coach Bernie Colbert enters his fourth year on the Bearcat football staff as the offensive line coach. Coach Colbert, a native of Pittsburgh, is entering his fourth year at Saint Vincent College as the team’s offensive line coach.

He has coached all facets of the game-- offense, defense, and special teams. After graduating from Pittsburgh’s North Catholic High School, Coach Colbert went onto play collegiately at North Carolina State University. After his career was derailed by injury, he joined the school’s staff as a student assistant coach. He has perviously coached collegiately at Carnegie Mellon University, serving as the team’s defensive line coach. He also served as offensive coordinator at the high school ranks at North Catholic High School in Pittsburgh and The Kiski School in Saltsburg.

Coach Bell is entering his fourth season at Saint Vincent, and in addition to coaching the Bearcat defensive line, he also serves as the strength and conditioning coordinator for all of Saint Vincent College’s 20 varsity sports.

Bell, a resident of Pittsburgh, began his coaching career at Slippery Rock in 1993, coaching running backs, linebackers, and special teams through the 1998 season. From 1998-2000, he worked as defensive and special teams coordinator at Hampton High School, in Pittsburgh’s North Hills. He then moved onto Lock Haven University from 2000-01, where he served as defensive line coach for two seasons before taking the defensive coordinator position at Indiana’s St. Joseph’s College. In 2004, he returned to Lock Haven, coaching tackles and tight ends, before rejoining the Slippery Rock staff as a wide receivers and special teams coach in 2005. Coach Bell is a certified sports performance coach by USA Weightlifting, and has been a competitive power lifter.

BRET COLBERT Receivers Coach

Bret Colbert enters his fourth season with the Bearcat coaching staff. In addition to coaching the wide receivers, Colbert also serves as the team’s video coordinator.

COACHING STAFF

Prior to joining the Bearcats, Rohrer served his second stint at California University (PA) as Director of Football Operations and Recruiting Coordinator, along with coaching linebackers through the 2006 PSAC West Co-Championship season. In 1998-99, he worked as a graduate assistant at Cal while obtaining a Masters Degree in Geography and Regional Planning. A 1998 graduate of Slippery Rock, Rohrer gained All-America honors at linebacker, serving as team captain for the Rock in 1997. He helped lead the team to the PSASC West title in 1997, and their first ever appearance in the national playoffs.

JOHN BELL Defensive Line Coach

He came to Saint Vincent from Cornell University, where he spent the 2006 season serving as an offensive and special teams assistant. He began his coaching career under Walt Harris at the University of Pittsburgh, where he was a graduate assistant, specializing in video, in 2005.

A native of Harrisonburg, VA and graduate of Turner Ashby High School, Colbert began his playing career at the College of William and Mary, playing receiver for two seasons. He then played two seasons at Bridgewater College in Virginia, where he graduated with a degree in Health and Exercise Science. On the football field, he helped the Eagles to a 23-3 record and two appearances in the NCAA national playoffs. He has worked at numerous summer clamps and clinics over the course of his coaching career, including ones held at Penn State, Cornell, Pitt, and James Madison. Bret, the son of Bearcat head football coach Bob Colbert and nephew of offensive line coach Bernie Colbert, currently resides in Greensburg, and is engaged to be married to fiancee Allison.

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ASSISTANT COACHES DOM RAZZANO

Defensive Backs Coach

COACHING STAFF

Coach Dom Razzano enters his first season with the Bearcat football program. Coach Razzano comes to Saint Vincent after spending the 2009 campaign at his alma mater, Slippery Rock University, where he was an assistant to defensive backs and special teams coordinator Rob Keys. In addition to his preparing defensive and special teams game plans, he also organized the scout team, broke down film of all opponents, and prepared self scout reports. In addition to his collegiate coaching experience, Razzano also spent three seasons on the coaching staff of the New Castle (PA) Thunder semi-pro team. He served in a number of capacities with the Thunder, including linebackers coach, special teams assistant, defensive backs coach, and defensive coordinator. During the 2008 season, the Thunder finished a perfect 8-0, and ranked first in the league in all defensive categories, allowing an average of just over four points per game. A 2009 graduate of Slippery Rock with a degree in Business Management, Razzano, a linebacker, earned three letters on the playing field. During the 2007 and '08 seasons, he appeared in a combined 20 games, making 43 tackles (16 solo) and an interception.

Razzano is a native of New Castle, PA, and graduate of Shenango High School. He earned three football letters, helping the team to a pair of section championships, while earning All-Conference accolades at both linebacker and offensive guard.

JONATHAN WIDICH Defensive Assistant

Jonathan Widich enters his third season with the Saint Vincent football staff, and has assisted in all aspects of the team’s defense.

Coach Widich, a 1968 graduate of Saint Vincent, joined the coaching staff as a defensive assistant in the spring of 2008. Currently a resident of Bethel Park, he has managed to squeeze in 20 years of coaching during a 35-year career in international and corporate finance with Mellon Bank.

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His coaching experience has had a heavy emphasis on teaching fundamentals, including stints with the German American Football League in Frankfurt, Germany, as an assistant high school coach in Tokyo, Japan, and various junior high and youth programs.

RON BALDONIERI Linebackers Coach

Coach Baldonieri enters his fourth year on the Bearcat football staff working with the team’s linebackers.

His tutelage has helped the Bearcat defense improve significantly over the past three seasons. Last season, SVC linebacker David Ribero blossomed into one of the top defensive players in the conference, earning PAC Coaches Honors after totaling 86 tackles, including 13.5 for loss and three sacks. In all, Baldonieri’s pupils accounted for 235 tackles, 39 tackles for loss, and 13 sacks a season ago.

Currently the principal at nearby Ligonier Valley High School, Baldonieri is a veteran of the high school coaching ranks. He served as head coach of Ligonier Valley’s football team from 1999-2003, guiding the Mounties in to the District 6 players in 2000 and 2003. He has also been the head coach at Uniontown Area (1990-93), Greater Latrobe (1987-89), Derry Area (1985-86), and Greensburg Central Catholic (1981-84).

BILL PAWLOSKI Running Backs

Bill Pawloski enters his first season with the Bearcat coaching staff, as he will work with the team’s running backs in the 2010 campaign.

A native of Cheswick, PA and alumnus of West Deer High School, Pawloski began his teaching and coaching career in 1970 at Oswego High School in New York after graduating from Alliance College in Ohio.

He moved into the collegiate ranks in 1974, beginning a three-year stint as the Defensive Coordinator for Oswego State University (NY). After spending time in South Carolina as a high school assistant coach, he returned to New York in 1982 as the Defensive Coordinator at Christian Brothers Academy in Syracuse.

From 1987-2009, he served as Head Coach at Camden High School in Camden, NY, setting a school record for the most coaching wins in school history. Beginning in 2006, he also worked at Morrisville State College as co-Defensive Coordinator and Defensive Line Coach.


RETURNEES

Yr Pos Ht Wt Hometown/High School Jr OL 6-0 210 Butler, PA/Butler Jr OL 6-2 315 Severn, MD/Old Mill So OL 6-0 225 Elizabeth, PA/Elizabeth-Forward Jr OL 5-11 255 Nicktown, PA/Northern Cambria Jr RB 5-8 205 Donora, PA/Ringgold So LB/K 5-9 195 St. Mary’s, PA/Elk County Catholic Jr DB 6-1 170 Richmond, VA/J.R. Tucker Sr LB 5-8 190 Monessen, PA/Geibel Sr OL 5-11 245 New Castle, PA/Neshannock Jr WR 6-1 185 Odenton, MD/DeMatha Sr DL 6-0 235 McDonald, PA/Fort Cherry So TE 5-11 183 Ebensburg, PA/Central Cambria Sr DB 6-1 190 Beaver, PA/Beaver Sr DL 5-10 210 Pittsburgh, PA/Upper St. Clair So DB 5-10 160 Cheswick, PA/Deer Lakes So WR 6-1 165 Finleyville, PA/Ringgold So OL 6-3 280 Alexandria, VA/Bishop Ireton Jr LB 5-8 200 Brockway, PA/Brockway So DL 6-3 285 Timonium, MD/Boys Latin Sr DL 5-11 215 Brackenridge, PA/Highlands So OL 6-1 265 Johnstown, PA/Greater Johnstown So RB 5-10 185 Jeannette, PA/Jeannette So WR 6-1 180 Doral, FL/Doral Sr DB 5-9 175 Chardon, OH/N.D.C.L. Sr DL 5-11 230 Donora, PA/Ringgold Sr DB 5-11 170 Jeannette, PA/Jeannette So WR 5-7 135 Miami, FL/Miami Dade C.C. So LB 5-8 190 Ft. Pierce, FL/Ft. Pierce-Westwood So LB 5-11 185 Hawley, PA/Wallenpaupack Sr K 5-11 190 Blairsville, PA/Blairsville So DB 6-2 200 Indiana, PA/Indiana Jr RB/P 5-9 200 Littlestown, PA/Delone Catholic Jr DB 5-9 175 Derwood, MD/Gonzaga So OL 5-10 235 Elizabeth, PA/Elizabeth-Forward So DL 5-11 225 Scottdale, PA/Southmoreland Jr DB 5-10 170 Pittsburgh, PA/Seton LaSalle Sr WR 6-2 205 West Leechburg, PA/Leechburg Jr DL 5-11 275 Pittsburgh, PA/Woodland Hills Jr TE 6-4 245 Monessen, PA/Monessen Jr RB 5-8 165 Pittsburgh, PA/Avonworth Jr DL 6-1 230 Rosser, Manitoba/John Taylor Jr WR 5-11 165 Seven Hills, OH/St.Ignatius So OL 6-2 275 Pocatello, ID/Pocatello Jr DL 5-8 255 Imperial, PA/West Allegheny Sr OL 6-4 260 Latrobe, PA/Derry Area So LB 5-9 170 Cheektowaga, NY/St. John’s Jr DB 5-9 175 Pittsburgh, PA/Langley So LB 6-0 205 North Huntingdon, PA/Norwin Jr P 6-4 230 Johnstown, PA/Bishop McCort So DB 5-8 175 Binghamton, NY/Seton Catholic So OL 253 255 Lawrence, PA/Canon McMillan Sr WR 6-1 215 Pittsburgh, PA/Central Catholic Sr DB 5-9 180 Fort Myers, FL/Fort Myers So DB 6-0 175 North Huntingdon, PA/Norwin So LB 6-1 190 Miami, FL/Archbishop Carroll Sr DB/LB 5-11 190 Knox, PA/Keystone So QB 6-0 200 Turtle Creek, PA/Woodland Hills Sr OL 6-2 270 Elizabeth, PA/Elizabeth-Forward Jr OL 6-0 260 Hanover, PA/Delone Catholic Jr OL 6-0 240 Pittsburgh, PA/Serra Catholic Jr QB 6-1 215 Hawthorn, PA/Redbank Valley Sr OL 6-3 290 Richmond, VA/Monacan Jr DB 5-6 165 Miami, FL/Miami Springs So QB 5-10 185 Saltsburg, PA/The Kiski School Sr LB 5-8 205 Saltsburg, PA/Saltsburg So TE 6-3 205 Charleroi, PA/Charleroi Sr FB 6-0 220 Clearwater, FL/Clrwtr Cent. Cath So WR 5-11 155 Darby, PA/Cardinal O’Hara Jr DL Latrobe, PA/Greater Latrobe So DL 6-2 200 Uniontown, PA/Uniontown So QB 6-1 175 Falls Church, VA/Bishop O’Connell Sr RB 5-10 200 Pittsburgh, PA/Allderdice So FB 5-10 200 Slickville, PA/The Kiski School Jr LB 5-8 200 Johnstown, PA/Westmont Hilltop Sr WR 6-5 195 Fort Myers, FL/Fort Myers So FB 6-0 215 Charleroi, PA/Charleroi Jr LB 5-9 175 Potomac Falls, VA/Bishop O’Connell So LB 5-9 220 Capitol Heights, MD/Good Counsel So FB 5-11 230 Braddock, PA/Woodland Hills

Name Tylor Anthony Tanner Bowling Mark Cal Gabe Cooper Mitch DePellegrini Khalid Elsawi Jose Estevez Chace Ginyard Chris Gonzalez-Jacobo David Green Andrew Gubelli Taylor Hayes-Leak Nathan Hess Ben Horwat Ben Jankowski Sam Johnston Jake Keller James Loffert Donald May Dylan McElfresh Dairus McGhee Tom Mengers David Mocello Jim Montgomery Dominic Morell Rob O’Hearn Evin Orji Nathan Piccolomini Brett Pippens Josh Pomilio Eric Rae Andre Rogers Aaron Semetanka Richard Valentine Alex Vega Thomas Viale Patrick Walker Sam Walters Mike Wasko Trevor Wezkiewicz Douby Zamor Alex Zupanovich

Yr Fr Fr Fr Jr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Jr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr

Pos LB DB RB P/K OL OL RB WR OL WR WR LB OL OL DL QB LB LB DL DL OL OL OL DL DL DL DL LS LB RB OL TE QB RB OL RB OL DL OL DB DL DL

NUMERICAL No 1 2 4 5 7 9 10 12 14 15 16 20 21 24 25 27 29 30 32 34 35 36 37 40 41 42 45 46 47 48 49

Name Basil Wilson Mike Speal Drew Owusu Rob James Carl Jeune Anthony Johnson Terrence Kernan Aaron Jones Zach Mihalko Jake Smith Armando Fortunato Sean Hufgard Quillian Reid Christian Sutton Ukandu Soverall Marvin Daney Josh Diamond Joe Strickland Joe Yezovich Mike Kale John Jackson Ian Jones Nick Revis Chaz Coleman Ray Wyder Chris Brown Matt Lomire David Ribero Jeff Graham Ben Pastorek Jovaughn Johnson

Pos DB LB DB DB WR LB DB K RB QB LB DB DB WR DB WR DB FB FB RB DL DB DB DB LB RB DB LB DL P LB

Hometown/High School Worthington, PA/Kittanning Lakeland, FL/Victory Miami, FL/Columbus Elizabeth, PA/Elizabeth-Forward Pittsburgh, PA/Fox Chapel Saratoga Springs, NY/Srtoga Springs Miami, FL/John A. Ferguson Upland, CA/Claremont Miami, FL/Columbus Swissvale, PA/Woodland Hills Baldwin, NY/Baldwin Falls Church, VA/Bishop O’Connell Berwick, PA/Berwick New Alexandria, PA/Derry Plainsboro, NJ/W. Windsor-Plainsboro Jefferson Hills, PA/Deer Lakes Miami, FL/Columbus Crespatown, MD/Bishop Walsh Lakeland, FL/Victory Mount Pleasant, PA/Mount Pleasant Pittsburgh, PA/Central Catholic Claymont, DE/Archmere Pittsburgh, PA/Central Catholic Pittsburgh, PA/Plum Berwick, PA/Berwick Lake Worth, FL/Palm Beach Central Pittsburgh, PA/Central Catholic Uniontown, PA/Uniontown Pittsburgh, PA/Central Catholic Elizabeth, PA/Elizabeth-Forward Mount Pleasant, PA/Mount Pleasant Philadelphia, PA/Milton Hershey Pittsburgh, PA/North Catholic Pittsburgh, PA/Seton LaSalle Lake Placid, FL/River Hill Lake Worth, FL/Palm Beach Central Venetia, PA/Peters Township Ellenboro, WV/Parkersburg Catholic Cranberry Twp, PA/Seneca Valley Davie, FL/Archbishop McCarthy Lehigh Acres, FL/East Lee County Imperial, PA/West Allegheny

No 50 51 52 53 54 65 67 68 69 70 74 75 76 78 79 80 84 86 87 89 90 92 94 99

Name Matt Britton Josh Catalano Josh Vigna Jeff Achezinski Jim Muraco James Haggerty Steve Shore Sean Seig Jeremy Shultz Mikael Getahun Joe Mylant Taofik Amokomowo Zach Doebler Shane Smith JR Creese Alex Rowan SheldonLoughner Rob Minjock Tom Quirin Cody Strelick Calvin Demillion Marco Sylvania Ryan Minaker Evan Lucas

Pos OL LB LB OL DL OL OL OL OL DL OL OL DL OL OL LB WR WR WR TE DL DL DL DL

2010 PRESEASON ROSTER

No Name 53 Jeff Achezinski 75 Taofik Amokomowo Jim Bonner 50 Matt Britton 42 Chris Brown 51 Josh Catalano 40 Chaz Coleman Chuck Coleman 79 J.R. Creese 27 Marvin Daney 90 Calvin Demillion Domenic DeYulis 29 Josh Diamond 76 Zach Doebler Shamus Donaldson Rickey Douglas Jake Dreer 16 Armando Fortunato 70 Mikael Getahun 47 Jeff Graham 65 James Haggerty Brandon Hamilton Juan Hernandez 20 Sean Hufgard 35 John Jackson 5 Rob James 7 Carl Jeune 9 Anthony Johnson 49 Jovaughn Johnson 12 Aaron Jones 36 Ian Jones 34 Mike Kale 10 Terrence Kernan Justin Lapinsky James Lederach 45 Matt Lomire 84 Sheldon Loughner 99 Evan Lucas Steve Major 14 Zach Mihalko 94 Ryan Minaker 86 Rob Minjock Rory Mitrik 54 Jim Muraco 74 Joe Mylant Ethan Noonan 4 Drew Owusu Jon Palumbo 48 Ben Pastorek Alex Peffley Adam Petris 87 Tom Quirin 21 Quillian Reid 37 Nick Revis 46 David Ribero 80 Alex Rowan Joe Shaffo 67 Steve Shore 69 Jeremy Shultz 68 Sean Sieg 15 Jake Smith 78 Shane Smith 25 Ukandu Soverall Manny Speal 2 Mike Speal 89 Cody Strelick 30 Joe Strickland 24 Christian Sutton 92 Marco Sylvania Ian Thomas Patrick Thompson Rob Travis TJ Valore 52 Josh Vigna Mike Wampler Scott Weaver 1 Basil Wilson 41 Ray Wyder 32 Joe Yezovich

NEWCOMERS

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J.R. CREESE

#79

2010 VARSITY RETURNEES

Senior - OL 5-11 - 245 New Castle, PA Neshannock HS

2009: Appeared in nine games... Saw time at guard, and served as primary back up at center... Also served on PAT and field goal units. 2008: Made eight appearances, playing both guard and tackle, as well as special teams. 2007: Appeared in all 10 games, seeing time at center, tackle, and guard... Also started all 10 games on PAT and FG units. High School: Graduate of Neshannock... Played four seasons... Senior captain and All-Conference pick. Personal: Born 3-20-89... Son of Amy and Jim Creese... Sociology major with minor in Criminal Justice... Accomplished Mixed martial Arts competitor, taking 2nd in the Advanced Blackbelt division at 2008 Southern PA Tournament of Champions.

Calvin #90 DEMILLION Senior - DL 6-0 - 235 McDonald, PA Fort Cherry HS

2009: Appeared in all 10 games as a junior, mainly at defensive end, with one start (week two-Geneva)... Finished with 12 tackles (5 sol/7 ast)... Made 3.5 TFLs and 2.5 sacks... Recorded season-high three stops vs. Geneva on 9-12, including one sack... Made two tackles, with 0.5 sack, vs. Westminster on 9-19... Made one sack, for 12 yads, at Thiel on 10-31. 2008: Played in all 10 games as a sophomore at defensive end... Recorded 27 tackles, including 2.0 TFL’s and 1.5 sacks... Also recorded one forced fumble and one fumble recovery. 2007: Appeared in all 10 games as a freshman... Totaled 24 tackles and 1.5 TFLs. High School: Graduate of Fort Cherry... Three-year football letterman... Also played one season of basketball. Personal: Born 4-26-89... Grandson of Darlene Morales... Majoring in Business Management Yr UA AST TOT 2007 9 15 24 2008 10 17 27 2009 5 7 12 Total 24 39 63

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Calvin Demillion

TFL 1.5 2.0 3.5 7.0

FF 0 1 0 1

FR SCK 0 0 1 1.0 0 2.5 1 3.5

Josh #29 DIAMOND Senior - DB 6-1 - 190 Beaver, PA Beaver HS

2009: Appeared in all 10 games as a junior at safety, starting the final four... Finished with 23 total tackles (13 sol/10ast)... Two or more tackles in six games... Season-high six stops vs. W&J on 10-17. 2008: Appeared in all 10 games at strong safety... Finished fifth in PAC with 78 tackles... Tallied 2.0 TFLs... Recorded at least 10 stops in six different games... Set team’s modern record with 13 tackles in week three at Westminster, while forcing a fumble in same contest... Named to Bearcat Academic Honor Roll. 2007: Appeared in seven games at safety... Finished with 37 tackles, including 1.5 TFLs... Picked off two interceptions in week five at Waynesburg, and is still just one of two players in modern team history (Rob James) to record two INTs in one contest. High School: Graduate of Beaver Area... Played four years of football, serving as captain during senior season... Also lettered in basketball and track. Personal: Born 10-10-88... Son of Mark and Denise Diamond... Honor student... Accounting major. Yr UA AST TOT 2007 18 19 37 2008 45 33 78 2009 13 10 23 Total 66 62 128

TFL 1.5 2.0 0 3.5

FF 0 1 0 1

Jeff GRAHAM

FR 0 0 0 0

Zach #76 DOEBLER Senior - DL 5-10 - 205 Pittsburgh, PA Upper St. Clair HS

2009: PAC Academic Honor Roll pick... Appeared in six games at defensive tackle... Finished with three tackles (all solo)... Recorded one TFL, at Grove City on 10-3, for a loss of one yard. 2008: Made seven appearances on defensive line... Finished with two tackles. 2007: Spent freshman season on Bearcat JV team. High School: Graduate of Upper St. Clair... Won WPIAL and PA state championships in 2006... Played four years of football. Personal: Born 8-1-88... Son of Linda and John Doebler... Computer Science major. Yr 2008 2009 Total

TFL 3.0 0 6.0 9.0

FF 0 2 0 2

FR 0 1 0 1

FF 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0

SCK 0 0 0

#47

2009: Team co-captain... Appeared in all 10 games, making nine starts at defensive end after making transition fro linebacker... Finished with 41 total tackles (14 sol/27 ast), second most by any D-lineman... Posted 6.0 TFL’s and 1.0 sack... Made at least two tackles in nine games... Made career-high 10 tackles in season-opener vs. McDaniel (9-5)... Posted nine stops against Thomas More (10-10)... PAC Academic Honor Roll selection. 2008: Appeared in all 10 games, mainly at linebacker... PAC Academic Honor Roll selection...Finished with 23 tackles and two forced fumbles... Also played all 10 games on special teams. 2007: Appeared in all 10 games at linebacker, starting eight... Led team with 69 tackles (24 sol/45 ast)... Registered 3.0 TFLs and 0.5 sack. High School: Graduate of Highlands... Three-year letterman... AllConference pick... 2006 Valley News Dispatch Player of the Year. Personal: Born 7-13-89... Son of Terry Graham and Mylissa Jones... Accounting major... Honor student. UA AST TOT 24 45 69 10 13 23 14 27 41 48 85 133

TFL 0 1.0 1.0

INT 2 1 0 3

Sean Hufgard

Senior - DL 5-11 - 215 Brackenridge, PA Highlands HS

Yr 2007 2008 2009 Total

UA AST TOT 1 1 2 3 0 3 4 1 57

SCK 0.5 0 1.0 1.5

Sean #20 HUFGARD Senior - DB 5-9 - 175 Chardon, OH

Notre Dame Cthdl Latin

2009: Appeared in nine games, with eight starts, at free safety... Finished third on team, leading all DBs, with 63 tackles (35 sol/28 ast)... Broke up three passes and forced one fumble... Made at least six tackles in eight games... Made season-high 12 stops vs. Geneva on 9-12... Posted 10 tackles on 9-19 vs. Westminster. 2008: Started first three games before suffering season-ending back injury...Was team’s leading tackler before injury, making 17 stops (8 sol/9 ast)... Also posted one interception (week two vs. Gallaudet. 2007: Played eight games at safety and on special teams... Finished with 26 tackles (9 sol/17 ast)... Had one blocked FG. High School: Graduate of Notre Dame Cathedral Latin... Two-year football letterman. Personal: Born 4-29-89... Son of John and Laura Hufgard.. Engineering major Yr 2007 2008 2009 Total

UA AST TOT 9 17 26 8 9 17 35 28 63 52 54 106

TFL 2.0 0.5 1.5 4.0

FF 1 0 1 2

FR 0 1 0 1

INT 0 1 0 1


John JACKSON

#35

Senior - DL 5-11 - 235 Donora, PA Ringgold

Yr 2007 2008 2009 Total

UA AST TOT 4 1 5 11 27 38 26 21 47 41 49 90

TFL 1.0 8.0 10.0 19.0

Rob JAMES

FF 0 1 1 2

FR 0 1 0 1

SCK 0 1.0 3.0 4.0

2009: PAC Coaches Honors recipient... Played all 10 games at cornerback, making three starts, after moving from wide receiver... Finished with 31 tackles (23 ast/8 sol)... Posted team-leading four interceptions, with two apiece vs.Waynesburg (9-26) and Grove City (10-3)... Lone Bearcat in modern history to have more than one game with multiple interceptions. 2008: Led team with 17 catches for 150 yards and two TDs...Twice made four grabs in a game (9-20 vs. Westminster/11-1 vs. Thiel)... Also completed 41yard pass at Gallaudet in week two. 2007: PAC Coaches Honors recipient at WR... Started all 10 games... Made 14 grabs for 279 yards... Scored on 86-yard reception in season-opener vs. Gallaudet, gaining 124 yards for the game, still a team record. High School: Graduate of Jeannette... Played four seasons, earning three letters... All-Conference pick as a senior... Played in Foothills Classic All-Star Game... Also lettered in basketball and track. Personal: Born 6-28-88... Son of Rob James and Rochelle Tillman... Marketing major Yr 2009 Total Yr 2007 2008 Total

UA AST TOT 23 8 31 25 9 34 Rec Yds 14 279 17 150 429 31

Senior - K 5-10 - 190 Blairsville, PA Blairsville HS

2009: Main placekicker for the Bearcats, starting all 10 games...Went 2-for-2 in FG opportunities, with a long of 24 yards in the season opener vs. McDaniel...Went 17-for-23 on extra point opportunities, making seven of his last eight chances. 2008: Went 6-for-9 in field goal chances... Connected on three kicks over 30 yards, including career-high 37-yarder vs. Grove City in week five... Also hit on 12 extra points. 2007: Handled kickoff duties in all 10 games. High School: Graduate of Blairsville...Three-year All-District selection... Holds Indiana County record for career and season points. Personal: Born 823-88... Son of Tim and Karin Jones... Majoring in Mathematics. FG Yr 6 2008 2 2009 Total 8

TFL PBU FF INT 1.0 5 0 4 1.0 5 0 4 Avg TD Lng 19.9 1 86 8.8 2 44 13.9 3 86

ATT LNG 9 37 2 24 11 37

XP 17 12 29

ATT PTS 23 30 19 18 42 48

Sheldon #84 LOUGHNER Senior - WR 6-1 - 205 W. Leechburg, PA Leechburg

#5

Senior - DB 5-11 - 175 Jeannette, PA Jeannette

#12

2009: PAC Coaches Honors recipient... Appeared in all 10 games, with seven starts... Led Bearcats in receptions (29), receiving yards (437) and receiving touchdowns (3), all of which set modern day school records... Became school’s modern leader in career receptions, bringing 44 into the 2010 campaign... Made at least one catch in all 10 games... Made five grabs in three different contests (9-12 vs. Geneva/10-10 vs Thomas More/10-31 vs. Thiel)... Gained season-high 71 yards in Thomas More game... Had TD catches vs. Geneva (9-12), Waynesburg (926), and Grove City (10-3). 2008: Appeared in nine games, splitting time between WR and TE... Finished with nine catches for 115 yards... Scored one touchdown, against Thiel in week nine. 2007: PAC Coaches Honors recipient at tight end... Caught six passes for 145 yards, leading team with 24.2 yards per catch... Scored two touchdowns, including 80yarder vs. Thiel in season finale. High School: Graduate of Leechburg... Earned four football letters... Two-time All-Conference pick... Senior captain... Also lettered four times in baseball and twice in basketball. Personal: Born 11-30-88... Son of Jenny Loughner... Anthropology major... Member of Bearcat Football Honor Roll. Yr 2007 2008 2009 Total

Rec 6 9 29 44

Yds 145 115 437 697

Avg 24.2 12.8 15.1 15.8

TD 2 1 3 6

Lng 80 35 42 80

Sheldon Loughner

Rob MINJOCK

#86

Senior - WR 5-10 - 165 Seven Hills, OH St. Ignatius

2009: PAC Academic Honor Roll pick... Appeared in four games... Finished with two catches for 16 yards 2008: Appeared in nine games... Finished with 11 grabs for 77 yards... Made three catches on three different occasions (9-20 vs.Westminster/104 vs. Grove City/11-1 vs. Thiel). 2007: Appeared in six games... Finished with three catches for 39 yards. High School: Graduate of St. Ignatius... Four-year member of both football and baseball teams. Personal: Born 9-10-88... Son of Corinne and Gary Minjock... Honor student... Psychology major. Yr 2007 2008 2009 Total

Rec 3 11 2 16

Yds 39 77 16 132

Avg 13.0 7.0 8.0 8.2

TD 0 0 0 0

Joe MYLANT

Senior - OL 6-4 - 260 Latrobe, PA Derry Area

Lng 18 12 10 18

#74

2009: PAC Academic Honor Roll pick... Started all 10 games at guard... Also member of XP and FG units. 2008: PAC Academic Honor Roll selection... Recipient of Bearcat Coaches Award, given to player who exemplifies the team’s mission statement... Started all 10 games, seeing time at both guard and tackle. 2007: PAC Academic Honor Roll honoree...Appeared in all 10 games, mainly at guard... Made six starts. High School: Graduate of Derry Area... Three-year football letterman... AllConference pick... Recipient of Derry’s Jack Gulas Memorial Football Award. Personal: Born 8-25-89... Son of Joe and Becky Mylant...Three-year honor student... Member of Alpha Lambda Delta and Chi Sigma Alpha honor societies... Physics and Mathematics double major... Son of Becky and Joe Mylant.

2010 VARSITY RETURNEES

2009: PAC All-Conference Coaches Honors... Started all 10 games on the defensive line... Finished fifth on the team with 47 tackles (26 sol/21 ast)... Finished ninth in PAC with 10.0 TFLs... Led Bearcats with 3.0 sacks... Had at least three tackles in all 10 games... Posted at least 0.5 TFL’s in eight games... Made eight tackles with 3.5 TFLs vs. Geneva on 9-12. 2008: PAC Coaches Honors recipient... Started 10 games on defensive line... Finished with 38 tackles (11 sol/27 ast)... Third on team with 8.0 TFLs. 2007: Saw action in first three games before going down with injury... Made five tackles, with 1.0 TFL and one INT. High School: Graduate of Ringgold... Four-year member of football and basketball teams... All-Conference pick in football. Personal: Born 1-5-90... Son of Corrie Crews... Psychology major.

Aaron JONES

7


Tom QUIRIN

#87

2010 BEARCATS

Senior - WR 6-1 - 215 Pittsburgh, PA Central Catholic

8

2009: Appeared in all 10 games at outside linebacker, making four starts... Finished with 22 tackles (9 sol/13 ast)... Also had one interception, returning it 36 yards for a touchdown vs. Geneva on 9-12... Recorded five tackles in two different contests (10-3 vs Grove City/10-17 vs W&J)... Returned three punts for a total of 19 yards... Scored team’s first PR touchdown in modern history with a 10-yard return at Geneva on 1024. 2008: Appeared in all 10 games at linebacker... Finished with 31 tackles (12 sol/19 ast)... Recorded one sack, vs.W&J on 10-18. 2007: Appeared in nine games at wide receiver... Led team with 17 receptions... Gained 180 yards, good for third on the team. High School: Graduate of Pittsburgh Central Catholic... Played four seasons of football and baseball. Personal: Born 3-28-89... Son of Terry and Karen Quirin Yr UA 2008 12 2009 9 Total 21

Rec 2007 17 Total 17

AST 19 13 32 Yds 180 180

TOT 31 22 53 Avg 10.6 10.6

TFL 2.0 1.0 3.0 TD 0 0

INT 0 1 1 Lng 30 30

Quillian REID

SCK 1.0 0 1.0

2009: PAC Academic Honor Roll pick... Appeared in all 10 games, with nine starts... Finished with 25 tackles (13 sol/12 ast)... Broke up three passes. 2008: PAC Academic Honor Roll selection... PAC all-conference Coaches Honors recipient.... Started all 10 games... Finished with 48 tackles (27 solo)... Had one interception and defended five passes. 2007: PAC Coaches Honors recipient... PAC Academic Honor Roll selection... Started eight games... Finished with 34 tackles, including one for loss... Picked off two interceptions. High School: Two-year letterman at Fort Myers HS... Recipient of Sam Sirianni Scholar-Athlete Award...Two-year track letterwinner. Personal: Born 11-2-88... Son of Quillian and Thelma Reid... Deans List selection in all six semesters at SVC... International Business major. UA 15 27 13 55

AST 19 21 12 52

TOT 34 48 25 107

TFL 1.0 1.0 1.0 3.0

INT 2 1 0 3

PBU 6 5 3 14

#80

Senior - LB 5-11 - 190 Knox, PA Keystone

2009: Started all 10 games at outside linebacker... Finished second on the team, and 10th in the PAC, with 71 tackles (33 sol/38 ast)... Recorded 4.5 TFLs... Recorded at least seven tackles in seven different games... Made career-high 11 stops, including 0.5 TFL, vs. W&J on 10-17... Made eight tackles with two TFLs vs. Geneva on 10-24... Recorded seven stops, with 2.0 TFLs and a fumble recovery, vs.Thiel on 10-31. 2008: Started nine games at linebacker... Finished with 39 tackles... Second on team with 7.0 TFL’s... Registered 1.5 sacks and one interception (week four vs. Grove City)... Notched seven tackles, including 3.0 TFLs in week two vs. Gallaudet. 2007: Appeared in seven games at receiver... Made two catches for 17 yards High School: Three-year letterwinner and two-time Allconference pick at Keystone HS... Also lettered in track and basketball. Personal: Born 7-16-89... Son of Karen and Joseph Rowan... Management major Yr 2008 2009 Total

UA AST TOT 21 18 39 33 38 71 54 56 110

#21

Senior - DB 5-9 - 180 Fort Myers, FL Fort Myers

Yr 2007 2008 2009 Total

Alex ROWAN

TFL SCK FR 7.0 1.5 1 4.5 1.0 1 11.5 2.5 2

Mike SPEAL

INT 1 0 1

#2

Senior - LB 5-9 - 205 Saltsburg, PA Saltsburg

2009: Appeared in all 10 games at inside linebacker... Made 12 tackles (3 sol/9 ast)... Had 1.0 TFL (vs. McDaniel on 9-5)... Made four stops in a game twice (9-5 vs. McDaniel/9-19 vs.Westminster). 2008: Played all 10 games at inside linebacker after making the move from quarterback... Finished with 57 tackles (20 sol/37 ast)... Recorded five tackles for loss... Scored on 76-yard interception return at Westminster in week two... Had one sack and one fumble recovery... Captured Heavyweight Division title at 2008 SVC Football Strongman Competition 2007: Saw action in all 10 games at quarterback, starting final six games... Completed 69 passes for 937 yards and six TDs... Rushed for 123 yards and three TDs... Finished tenth in the PAC in total offense, with 1,060 yards. High School: Graduate of Saltsburg... Threeyear football letterman... Senior team captain... Also lettered in baseball and basketball. Personal: Born 11-19-87... Son of Dan and Patty Speal... Education major. Yr UA 2007 2 2008 20 2009 3 Total 25

AST 0 37 9 46

TOT 2 57 12 71

TFL 0 5.0 1.0 6.0

INT 0 1 0 1

SCK 0 1 0 1

Steve SHORE

#67

Senior - OL 6-2 - 270 Elizabeth, PA Elizabeth-Forward

2009: Appeared in all 10 games at tackle, starting seven... Also saw time on FG and XP units. 2008: Started all 10 games at tackle, as well as on FG and XP units. 2007: Started first seven games of the season at tackle before missing final three with injury. High School: Graduate of ElizabethForward... Three-year letterman...Senior captain...All-Conference pick... Also fouryear starter on hockey team. Personal: Born 10-13-88... Son of Thomas and Barb Shore... Sociology major with Criminal Justice minor.

Shane SMITH

#78

Senior - OL 6-1 - 290 Richmond, VA Monacan

2009: Appeared in seven games at tackle, making three starts... Also saw time as snapper on FG and XP units. 2008: Started all 10 games at tackle, despite battling through injuries. 2007: Starting center in first two games of the season before missing the remainder due to injury. High School: Graduate of Monacan... Threeyear football letterman... Earned three letters in track and field, throwing the shot and discus... Two-year wrestling letterwinner. Personal: Born 5-16-89... Son of James and Carol Smith

Mike Speal


Joe #30 STRICKLAND

Chaz #40 COLEMAN

2009: PAC Academic Honor Roll selection... Started all 10 games at fullback... Gained 10 yards on 10 carries... Made three receptions for 26 yards... Gained 19 yards on two receptions in season opener vs. McDaniel. 2008: Appeared in all 10 games, both on special teams and in the offensive backfield... Gained six yards on eight carries... Made three catches for 36 yards. 2007: Appeared in nine games... Gained eight yards on four carries... Made one catch for four yards, scoring a touchdown, vs. Geneva in week seven. High School: Graduate of Clearwater Central Catholic... Played four years of both soccer and football. Personal: Born 1-6-89... Son of Joe and Kim Strickland

2009: Appeared in nine games at corner... Finished with 12 tackles (8 sol/4 ast)... Defended two passes... Made three stops in three different games (9-5 vs. McDaniel/926 vs. Waynesburg/10-3 vs. Grove City). 2008: Appeared in all 10 games... Saw time on special teams and at corner... Finished with eight tackles (6 sol/2ast). High School: Graduate of JR Tucker... Two-year letterman in football, playing both WR and DB... Three-year sprinter on track team, serving as senior captain. Personal: Born 7-30-90... Son of Alton Coleman and Trudy Edmonds... Management major.

Senior - FB 6-0 - 220 Clearwater, FL Clearwater Cnt Cth

Avg 4.0 12.1 9.5 8.6

Mike WAMPLER

TD 1 0 0 1

Senior - WR 6-5 - 195 Fort Myers, FL Fort Myers

2009: Did not play. 2008: Made three appearances on varsity level... Starter on JV squad. 2007: Made seven appearances as a freshman... Recorded 10 receptions for 191 yards and two touchdowns... Made first career reception on 10-6 vs.Waynesburg, a 64yard touchdown pass from Mike Speal... Scored on 24-yard grabe the next week vs. Thomas More...Made two catches for 29 yards in season finale vs.Thiel. High School: Graduate of Fort Myers...Three-year football letterman. Personal: Born 1-17-89... Son of Mike and Terri Wampler. Yr 2007

Rec 10

Yds 191

Avg 19.1

TD 2

Lng 64

Jeff #53 ACHEZINSKI Junior - OL 6-0 - 210 Butler, PA Butler

2009: Appeared in nine games at tackle, with three starts at right tackle. 2008: Appeared in five games at the varsity level, seeing time both at guard and tackle. High School: Graduate of Butler... Four-year football player... Senior captain... Team MVP as a senior... All-Conference pick. Personal: Born 3-19-89... Son of Carol and Jay Achezinski... Strong student, majoring in Finance... Member of Bearcat Academic Honor Roll.

Joe Strickland

Taofik #75 AMOKOMOWO Junior - OL 6-2 - 315 Severn, MD Old Mill

2009: Appeared in all 10 games... Made the move midseason from defensive tackle to offensive line... Started final four games at tackle... Finished with three tackles (1 sol/2 ast). 2008: Started nine games at defensive tackle... Finished with 22 tackles (10 sol/12 ast)... Tallied 2.5 TFLs... Forced a fumble and picked up first career sack at Gallaudet in week two. High School: Graduate of Old Mill... Lettered in football, wrestling, and track... State qualifier in track and field for discus. Personal: Born 8-19-91... Son of Fatai and Jacqueline Amokomowo... Strong student, majoring in Biology with minor in Music. Yr UA 2008 10 2009 1 Total 11

AST 12 2 14

TOT 22 3 25

TFL 2.5 0 2.5

Chris BROWN

FF 1 0 1

SCK 1 0 1

#42

Junior - RB 5-8 - 205 Donora, PA Ringgold

2009: Appeared in five games at running back... Gained 86 yards on 23 carries... Made four catches for nine yard... Gained career-high 34 yards on 10 carries against Bethany on 11-14... Busted off season-long 15 yard run in season opener against McDaniel. 2008: Appeared in six games... Gained 15 yards on six carries... Caught two passes for 19 yards, both in week six at Thomas More... Returned two kickoffs for 34 yards. High School: Graduate of Ringgold... Played football for four years, earning three letters... Senior captain... All-Conference pick... Participated in TriCounty All-Star Game... Three-year letterwinner in wrestling. Personal: Born 7-7-90... Son of Reuben and Catherine Brown... Elementary Instruction major. Yr Rsh Yds Avg Lng Rec Yds Avg 2008 6 15 2.5 7 2 19 9.5 2009 23 86 3.7 15 4 9 2.3 Total 29 101 3.4 15 6 28 4.7

Yr UA 2008 6 2009 8 Total 14

AST 2 4 10

TOT 8 12 20

TFL 0 0 0

Marvin DANEY

INT 0 0 0

PBU 1 2 3

#27

Junior - DB/WR 6-1 - 185 Odenton, MD DeMatha

2009: Appeared in all 10 games at receiver... Posted 21 catches for 227 yards and two touchdowns, second on the team in all three categories... Made at least two grabs in seven games... Made season-high five catches for 72 yards and a touchdown in season opener vs. McDaniel... Made two grabs for 42 yards and a score vs. Grove City on 10-3... Caught four passes for 34 yards vs. Westminster on 9-19. 2008: Appeared in nine games... Finished with four catches for 64 yards... Made first career grab vs. Gallaudet in week two. High School: Graduate of DeMatha... Four-year football player, both at WR and DB... Also lettered in track and basketball. Personal: Born 7-2-90... Son of Wanda and Marvin Daney... Business major. Yr Rec 2008 4 2009 21 Total 25

Yds 64 227 291

Avg 16.0 10.8 11.6

TD 0 2 2

2010 BEARCATS

Yr Rsh Yds Avg Lng Rec Yds 2007 4 8 2.0 4 1 4 2008 8 6 0.8 3 3 37 2009 10 10 1.0 4 2 19 Total 22 24 1.1 4 7 60

Junior - DB 6-1 - 170 Richmond, VA J.R.Tucker

Lng 41 46 46

Marvin Daney

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Armando #16 FORTUNATO

Evan LUCAS

Junior - DL 5-11 - 270 Pittsburgh, PA Woodland Hills

2010 BEARCATS

Junior - LB 5-8 - 200 Brockway, PA Brockway

2009: Appeared in all 10 games, making six starts, at inside linebacker... Finished third on the team with 60 tackles (30 sol/30 ast)... Second on team, and eighth in PAC, with 12.0 TFLs... Posted two sacks... Made at least one tackle in all 10 games... Made career-high 10 tackles, including nine solo and 3.0 TFLs, on 10-24 @ Geneva... Posted eight tackles in back-to-back weeks (9-12 vs. Geneva/9-19 vs. Westminster). 2008: Appeared in eight games... Finished with 16 tackles, including 3.0 TFLs... Recovered one fumble, returning it for a touchdown at Thomas More on 10-11... Winner of Lightweight Division at Bearcat Football Strongman Competition. High School: Graduate of Brockway... Three-year football letterman... Two-time All-Conference pick... Also lettered in basketball and baseball. Personal: Born 9-27-89... Son of Barbara and Armando Fortunato... Business major Yr 2008 2009 Total

UA 9 30 39

AST 7 30 37

TOT 16 60 80

TFL 3.0 12.0 15.0

FR 1 1 2

Anthony JOHNSON

SCK 0 2.0 2.0

#9

Junior - LB 5-8 - 190 Fort Pierce, FL

Ft. Pierce-Westwood

2009: Played in three games at inside linebacker... Totaled 27 tackles (13 sol/14 ast), including 4.5 TFLs... Tied school’s singlegame record with 13 tackles, including 1.5 sacks and 2.5 TFLs, vs. Grove City on 10-3... Recorded 12 tackles, with 1.5 TFLs, vs. Westminster on 9-19, while also converting a five-yard run on a fake punt. 2008: PAC Coaches Honors recipient... Made eight starts at linebacker... Finished second on the team and sixth in the PAC with 78 tackles... Led Bearcats with 11.0 TFLs... Posted two sacks... Posted 12 stops in collegiate debut vs. McDaniel... Made 10 tackles in a game four times... Posted 3.0 TFLs v s. Geneva on 10-25. High School: Graduate of Fort Pierce-Westwood... All-State pick... Conference Defensive Player of the Year... Two-year track letterwinner... Also wrestled for one season. Personal: Born 3-1290... Son of Patrice and Anthony Johnson... Business major.

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Yr 2008 2009 Total

UA 39 13 52

AST 39 14 53

TOT 78 26 105

TFL 11.0 4.5 15.5

FF 1 0 1

SCK 2.0 1.5 3.5

#99

Armando Fortunato

Mike KALE

#34

Junior - RB/P 5-9 - 200 Littlestown, PA Delone Catholic

2009: Played in 10 games... Gained 28 yards on seven carries... Also took over punting duties midway through the season, averaging 32.5 yards on 14 boots... Placed three punts inside the 20... Boomed careerhigh 53 yarder vs. Thiel on 10-31... Returned two kickoffs for 30 yards. 2008: Appeared in three games at defensive back... Made three tackles, including 1.0 TFL for -6 yards at Bethany in season finale. High School: Graduate of Delone Catholic... All-State, All-Conference, and Area Player of the Year in 2007... Also lettered in basketball. Personal: Born 11-1589... Son of John and Mary Kale... Business major. Yr Rsh 2008 0 2009 7 Total 7

Yds 0 28 28

Avg 0 4.0 4.0

Lng 0 15 15

Terrence KERNAN

Pnt 0 14 14

Avg 0 32.5 32.5

#10

Junior - DB 5-9 - 175 Derwood, MD Gonzaga

2009: Appeared in all 10 games, mainly at safety... Finished with seven tackles (all solo)... Recorded season-high 3.0 tackles vs. Waynesburg on 9-26... Returned two kickoffs for 18 yards and two punts for 17 yards. 2008: Appeared in three varsity contests on special teams. High School: Graduate of Gonzaga... All-Conference pick at quarterback... 2007 team MVP... Also earned three letters on nationallyranked Gonzaga basketball squad. Personal: Born 12-20-89... Son of Terry and Mary Susan Kernan... Bearcat Academic Honor Roll member Yr 2009 Total

UA 7 7

AST 0 0

TOT 7 0

TFL 0 0

PBU 1 1

2009: Played in all 10 games at defensive tackle...Finished with 28 tackles (12 sol/16 ast), including 4.5 TFLs... Second on team with 3.0 sacks... Made five tackles in a game twice (9-12 vs. Geneva/10-31 @ Thiel)... Also had one sack, for a nine-yard loss, in Thiel contest. 2008: Appeared in eight games at defensive tackle... Finished with 11 stops (4 sol/7 ast)... Recovered fumble at Westminster in week three. High School: Graduate of perennial power Woodland Hills...Three-year football letterman...Team made WPIAL playoffs in all three seasons... Senior captain... All-Conference selection... Also lettered in baseball for three years, earning team MVP laurels. Personal: Born 11-22-87... Son of Vernon and Lyndsay Lucas. Yr UA 2008 2 2009 12 Total 14

AST 9 16 25

TOT 11 28 39

TFL 0 4.5 4.5

FR 1 0 1

Jim MURACO

SCK 0 3.0 3.0

#54

Junior - DL 5-7 - 250 Imperial, PA West Allegheny

2009: Started all 10 games at defensive tackle after making switch from offensive line... Totaled 27 tackles (9 sol/18 ast), including 0.5 TFL (11-14 vs. Bethany)... Made career-high eight tackles, while forcing a fumble, in season-opener at McDaniel. 2008: Appeared in three games on the offensive line. High School: Three-year letterman at West Allegheny... Two-time All-Conference selection... Four-year wrestling letterman... Took fourth place at 2007 WPIAL wrestling championships Personal: Born 2-5-90... Son of James and Karen Muraco... Elementary Instruction major. Yr UA 2009 9 Total 9

AST 18 18

TOT 27 27

TFL 0.5 0.5

FF 1 1

SCK 0 0

Jim Muraco


Zach MIHALKO

#14

Jeremy SHULTZ

Junior - RB 5-8 - 165 Pittsburgh, PA Avonworth

Yr Rsh Yds Avg TD Rec Yds 2008 102 285 2.9 0 3 29 2009 94 297 3.3 1 14 108 Total 196 582 2.9 1 17 136

Yr KR 2008 36 2009 35 Total 71

Yds 817 792 1609

Avg 22.7 22.7 22.7

Lng 89 40 89

TD 1 0 1

Drew OWUSU

Avg TD 9.9 0 7.7 1 8.0 1 APY 1131 1197 2328

#4

Junior - DB 5-9 - 175 Pittsburgh, PA Langley

2009: Appeared in five varsity contests... Recorded one tackle, vs. W&J on 10-19. 2008: Appeared in all 10 games, between corner and special teams... Finished with 22 tackles and two passes defended... Made career-high five stops vs.Waynesburg on 927. High School: Graduate of Langley... Four-year football letterwinner... All-City League pick following senior season... Also three-year starter on baseball team. Personal: Born 5-24-90... Son of Adrienne Smally and Robert Owusu... Management major. Yr 2008 2009 TOT

Solo 14 0 15

Ast 8 1 9

Tck 22 1 23

PBU 2 0 2

Junior - OL 6-0 - 260 Hanover, PA Delone Catholic

2009: Made five appearances between the offensive line and special teams after making move from defensive tackle. 2008: Appeared in five games... Finished with two tackles, both at W&J on 10-18. High School: Played four years at Delone Catholic... AllConference and All-Area defensive tackle during senior season... Three-year wrestling letterman. Personal: Born 7-1190... Son of Jerome Shultz and Mary Bucher... Physics major. Zach Mihalko

Ben #48 PASTOREK Junior - P 6-4 - 235 Johnstown, PA Bishop McCort

2009: Punted in six games for the Bearcats... Averaged 32.2 yards on 32 punts... Booted career-long 45-yarder vs. Geneva on 9-12. 2008: Appeared in two games, punting four times... Averaged 26.2 yards per kick... Kicked season-long 30yarder at W&J on 10-19. High School: Graduate of Bishop McCort...Two-time AllDistrict pick... Three-year letterwinner in track, throwing the javelin. Personal: Born 9-2-89... Son of Leonard and Jeanne Pastorek... Civil Engineering major. Yr No Yds Avg Lng TB FC I 20 2008 4 106 26.2 30 0 1 1 2009 32 1031 32.2 45 0 7 2 Total 36 1137 31.5 45 0 8 3

Sean SIEG

Junior - OL 6-0 - 240 Pittsburgh, PA Serra Catholic

#68

Jake SMITH

#15

Junior - QB 6-2 - 215 Hawthorn, PA Redbank Valley

2009: Appeared in nine games, starting the final four under center...Completed 77 passes for 949 yards and seven TD... Second leading rusher on the team, gaining 238 yards on 41 carries... Completed 24 passes for career-high 219 yards and a touchdown vs. Thiel on 10-31... Threw for 185 yards, including an 84-yard touchdown strike, vs. W&J on 10-17... Ran for career-high 85 yards, including a 37-yard scamper, vs. Geneva on 10-24. 2008: Appeared in all 10 games at QB... Completed 49 passes for 422 yards and one touchdown... Fired first career TD pass at Westminster in week two... Also rushed for season-high 35 yards on six tries vs.Titans... Completed season-high 12 passes vs. Grove City on 10-4... Threw for season-high 101 yards vs. Bethany in season finale. High School: Graduate of Redbank Valley... Senior team captain... 2007 Conference Offensive Player of the Year Personal: Born 10-24-89... Son of Larry Smith and Mona Leshock... History major. Yr Cmp Att INT Yds TD Rsh Yds 2008 49 124 8 422 1 48 -63 2009 77 156 9 949 7 41 238 Total 126 280 17 1371 8 89 175

2010 BEARCATS

2009: PAC Coaches Honors recipient... Appeared in all 10 games at running back and kick returner, making six starts in the backfield... Gained 297 yards on the ground with one touchdown... Rushed for seasonhigh 56 yards vs. Thomas More on 10-10, scoring first career TD... Made 14 receptions for 108 yards and a score, a 33-yard grab vs.Westminster on 9-19... Led PAC in kick return yardage (792), finishing second in KR average (22.7) and all-purpose yards (1,197). 2008: Started all 10 games at halfback... Gained 285 yards on 102 carries...Gained season-high 85 yards on 9-13 at Gallaudet... Led Bearcats with 817 kick return yards, averaging 22.7 per return... Scored 89-yard kick return TD on 10-18 @ W&J... Voted Bearcat Special Teams MVP... Finished with 1,131 all-purpose yards, finishing fifth in the PAC. High School: Graduate of Avonworth... Four-year football letterman... All-Conference pick at both RB and DB...Three-year baseball letterwinner. Personal: Born 5-1-90... Son of Greg and Mary Ann Mihalko

#69

TD 0 0 2

2009: Started all 10 games as a sophomore at left guard. 2008: Appeared in four games, seeing time both at guard and tackle... Started all four JV games as well. High School: Graduate of Serra Catholic... Two-time All-Conference pick... Team won 2007 WPIAL championship and took second at PIAA championships... Also lettered in both track and basketball. Personal: Born 3-16-90... Son of Beth and Mark Sieg... Biology major. Jake Smith

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Basil WILSON

#1

Junior - LB 5-9 - 175 Potomac Falls, VA Bishop O’Connell

2009: Made six varsity appearances, at outside linebacker and special teams... Finished with two tackles - both recorded vs. Bethany in season finale. 2008: Appeared in seven games, both on special teams and at linebacker... Finished with four tackles, including one TFL, all vs. W&J on 10-18. High School: Graduate of Bishop O’Connell.. Four-year letterman and two-time AllConference pick... Also lettered in track. Personal: Born 7-31-90... Son of Marlene and Basil Wilson... Graphic Design major.

2010 BEARCATS

Yr 2008 2009 Total

UA 3 2 5

AST 1 0 1

TOT 4 2 6

TFL 1.0 0 1.0

Joe #32 YEZOVICH Junior - FB 5-10 - 230 Braddock, PA Woodland Hills

2009: Missed entire season due to injury suffered in preseason. 2008: PAC Academic Honor Roll selection... Started all 10 games at fullback... Gained 113 yards on 33 carries... Made nine receptions for 57 yards and one touchdown, on 10-25 vs. Geneva... Gained career-high 41 yards on nine carries in same contest... Won Heavyweight Title at 2009 SVC Football Strongman Competition. High School: Graduate of Woodland Hills... Three-year football letterwinner.... Senior team captain and AllConference pick. Personal: Born 9-1-88... Son of Mike and Danette Yezovich... Honor student, majoring in Business... Older brother Mark played collegiate football at Pitt. Yr Rsh Yds Avg 2008 33 113 3.4 Total 33 113 3.4

Rec Yds Avg TD 1 9 57 6.4 1 9 56 6.4

James #65 HAGGERTY

Josh #51 CATALANO

Sophomore - LB/K 5-9 - 195 St. Mary’s, PA Elk County Catholic

2009: PAC Academic Honor Roll selection... Appeared in all 10 games as a freshman, starting four, at inside linebacker... Finished fifth on the team with 54 tackles (25 sol/29 ast)... Tallied 4.0 TFLs and 2.0 sacks... Had at least four tackles in nine different games... Had five tackles and one sack apiece in back-to-back games (9-26 vs. Waynesburg/10-3 vs. Grove City)... Turned in season-high nine tackles (2 sol/7 ast) vs. Thomas More on 10-10. High School: Graduate of Elk County Catholic... Four-year letterman... Two-year captain... All-District pick... Named Big 30 All-Star. Personal: Born 12-9-90... Son of Dan and Mary Catalano... Honor student... History major. Yr UA 2009 25 Total 25

AST 29 29

TOT 54 54

TFL 4.0 4.0

Nick REVIS

FF 1 1

SCK 2.0 2.0

#37

David RIBERO

Sophomore - LB 6-1 - 190 Miami, FL Archbishop Carroll

2009: PAC Coaches Honors recipient... Started all 10 games at inside linebacker... Led Bearcats and finished fifth in the PAC with 86 tackles... Finished third in conference with 13.5 TFLs... Set school records in both categories...Added 2.5 sacks... Recorded at least five tackles in all 10 games...Turned in 10 tackles, including 2.5 TFLs, vs. Thomas More on 10-10... Made 11 tackles three times (9-19 vs. Westminster/10-24 vs. Geneva/10-31 vs. Thiel)... Also had a sack and forced fumble in Geneva contest. High School: Graduate of Archbishop Carroll... Two-time All-Miami Dade County pick... Two-time All-State pick... Senior team captain... Three-year baseball letterman. Personal: Born 5-1091... Undeclared major. Yr UA 2009 42 Total 42

Yr 2009 Total

UA 4 4

AST 1 1

TOT 5 5

TFL 1.0 1.0

AST 44 44

TOT 86 86

TFL 13.5 13.5

FR 1 1

Christian SUTTON

Sophomore - DB 6-0 - 175 N. Huntingdon, PA Norwin

2009: Appeared in nine games as a freshman... Saw time primarily on special teams, as well as safety... Recorded five tackles (4 sol/1 ast)... Picked up first tackle in seasonopener vs. McDaniel (9-7)... Made two tackles, including 1.0 TFL, at Grove City (10-3). High School: Graduate of Norwin... Threeyear football letterwinner... Team reached WPIAL Quad-A semifinals in junior season... Two-year All-Conference selection at defensive back... Named team's Special Team's MVP... Also four-year member of school's track team, running 4x100 and 4x400 relays. Personal: Born 8-10-90... Son of Scott and Charlene Revis... History major.

#46

SCK 2.5 2.5

#24

Freshman - DB 5-11 - 155 Darby, PA Cardinal O’Hara

2009: Made seven appearances as a freshman at receiver... Totaled eight catches for 160 yards and two touchdowns... Caught first touchdown pass vs. Grove City (10-3), a 51yard grab... Made career-high five catches for 62 yards vs.Thiel on 10-31, including a 27yard touchdown. High School: Graduate of Cardinal O’Hara...Three-year football letterman... Also lettered in both lacrosse and basketball. Personal: Born 12-14-91... Son of Christopher and Sonya Sutton... Double major in Communication and Marketing... Two-sport athlete at SVC, as he also plays midfield on lacrosse team. Yr 2009 Total

Rec 8 8

Yds 160 160

Avg 20.0 20.0

TD 2 2

Lng 51 51

Sophomore - OL 6-1 - 265 Johnstown, PA Greater Johnstown

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2009: Saw action in four games as a freshman, mainly at guard... Also adept at center and will vie to replace the graduate Kelly Knepshield. High School: Graduate of Greater Johnstown High School... Played four years of football, earning three letters... Senior team captain and All-Conference selection... Named to Ken Lantzy Finest 40 All-Star Game... Personal: Born 310-91... Son of James and Evelyn Haggerty

David Ribero


Ray WYDER

#41

Sophomore - LB 5-9 - 220 Capitol Heights, MD OL of Good Counsel

2009: Appeared in nine games, mainly on special teams... recorded one tackle (10-24 @ Geneva. High School: Graduate of Our Lady of Good Counsel... Played football for four years, earning three letters... Also played baseball for four seasons. Personal: Born 8-12-91... Son of Rayford Wyder and Annie Jones... Undeclared major... Two-sport athlete at SVC, as he spent the 2009 season as an outfielder on the Bearcat b aseball team. Yr 2009 Total

UA 0 0

AST 1 1

TOT 1 1

#70

Jovaughn JOHNSON

#49

Matt LOMIRE

#45

Sophomore - DL 6-2 - 285 Timonium, MD Boy’s Latin

Sophomore - LB 5-11 - 185 Hawley, PA Wallenpaupack

Junior - DB 5-10 - 170 Pittsburgh, PA Seton LaSalle

Rory MITRIK

Sophomore - OL 6-2 - 275 Pocatello, ID Pocatello

Matt BRITTON

Chuck COLEMAN

Domenic DEYULIS

Juan HERNANDEZ

Carl JEUNE

Justin LAPINSKY

James LEDERACH

Steve MAJOR

Ryan #94 MINAKER

Ethan NOONAN

John PALUMBO

Sophomore - OL 6-0 - 225 Elizabeth, PA Elizabeth-Forward

Senior - LB 5-8 - 190 Monessen, PA Geibel

Sophomore - WR 6-1 - 180 Doral, FL Doyle Academy

Sophomore - OL 5-10 - 235 Elizabeth, PA Elizabeth-Forward

Junior - TE 6-4 - 245 Monessen, PA Monessen

Sophomore - LB 5-9 - 175 Cheektowaga, NY St. John’s

#50

Junior - OL 5-11 - 255 Nicktown, PA Northern Cambria

Sophomore - TE 5-11 - 185 Ebensburg, PA Central Cambria

#7

Sophomore - WR 5-7 - 140 Miami, FL Miami Springs

Sophomore - DL 6-0 - 225 Scottdale, PA Southmoreland

2010 BEARCATS

Mikael GETAHUN

Jim BONNER

Junior - DL 6-1 - 225 Rosser, Manitoba John Taylor

Sophomore - LB 6-0 - 205 N. Huntingdon, PA Norwin

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Alex PEFFLEY

Adam PETRIS

Anthony SACCO

Joe SHAFFO

Ukandu #25 SOVERALL

Manny SPEAL

Marco #92 SYLVANIA

Ian THOMAS

Patrick THOMPSON

Rob TRAVIS

T.J. VALORE

Josh VIGNA

Sophomore - DB 5-8 - 175 Binghamton, NY Seton Catholic

2010 BEARCATS

Junior - QB 6-0 - 200 Turtle Creek, PA Woodland Hills

Junior - DL 5-11 - 205 Latrobe, PA Greater Latrobe

Senior - RB 5-10 - 200 Pittsburgh, PA Allderdice

Scott WEAVER

Sophomore - FB 6-0 - 215 Charleroi, PA Charleroi

Sophomore - OL 6-1 - 253 Lawrence, PA Canon-McMillan

Senior - TE 5-11 - 190 Washington, PA Washington

Junior - DB 5-7 - 165 Miami, FL Miami Springs

Sophomore - QB 5-10 - 185 Saltsburg, PA The Kiski School

Sophomore - DL 6-2 - 200 Uniontown, PA Uniontown

Sophomore - RB 5-10 - 200 Slickville, PA The Kiski School

Sophomore - QB 6-1 - 175 Falls Church, VA Bishop O’Connell

#52

Junior - LB 5-8 - 205 Johnstown, PA Westmont Hilltop

2009 BEARCAT TEAM AWARDS Offense Most Valuable Player: Sheldon Loughner, Jr,WR Defense Most Valuable Player: David Ribero, Fr, ILB

Offensive Lineman of the Year: Kelly Knepshield, Jr, C Defensive Lineman of the Year: John Jackson, Jr, DE

For complete biographical information on each and every Bearcat, visit the team’s official website at www.stvincent.edu/football

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Special Teams Player of the Year: Dan Blaszkowski, Sr, PR Bearcat Coaches Award*: Armando Fortunato, So, LB

Special teams and coaches awards were voted on by the coaching staff, while the offensive and defensive MVP, as well as offensive line and defensive line awards, were voted upon by teammates.

* Given for hard work, performance both in practice and on gamedays, academic excellence, and upholding the team's mission statement


Players by State

GEOGRAPHICAL BREAKDOWN

11 States; Two countries California (1) Delaware (1) Florida (19) Idaho (1) Manitoba, Canada (1) Maryland (6) New Jersey (1) New York (4) Ohio (2) Pennsylvania (78) Virginia (6) West Virginia (1)

California (1) Upland - Chace Ginyard

Delaware (1) Claymont - Tom Mengers

Idaho (1) Pocatello - Rory Mitrik

Manitoba, Canada (1) Rosser - Ryan Minaker

Maryland (6) Capitol Heights - Ray Wyder Crespatown - James Loffert Derwood - Terrence Kernan Odenton - Marvin Daney Severn - Taofik Amokomowo Timonium - Mikael Getahun New Jersey (1) Plainsboro - Ben Jankowski

New York (4) Baldwin - Andrew Gubelli Binghamton - Alex Peffley Cheektowaga - Ethan Noonan Saratoga Springs - Khalid Elsawi Ohio (2) Chardon - Sean Hufgard Seven Hills - Rob Minjock

Pennsylvania (78) Beaver - Josh Diamond Berwick - Nathan Hess, Dominic Morrell Blairsville - Aaron Jones Brackenridge - Jeff Graham Braddock - Joe Yezovich Brockway - Armando Fortunato Butler - Jeff Achezinski Charleroi - Cody Strelick, Scott Weaver

2010 BEARCATS

Florida (19) Clearwater - Joe Strickland Davie - Trevor Wezkiewicz Doral - Juan Hernandez Fort Myers - Quillian Reid, Mike Wampler Fort Pierce - Anthony Johnson Lake Placid - Alex Vega Lake Worth - Rob O’Hearn, Thomas Viale Lakeland - Tanner Bowling, Donald May Lehigh Acres - Douby Zamor Miami - Mark Cal, Jose Estevez, Chris Gonzalez-Jacobo, Carl Jeune, Jake Keller, David Ribero, Ukandu Soverall

Cheswick - Shamus Donaldson Coach Twp - Mike Wasko Darby - Christian Sutton Donora - Chris Brown, John Jackson Ebensburg - Domenic DeYulis Elizabeth - Jim Bonner, Gabe Cooper, Justin Lapinsky, Steve Shore, Josh Pomilio Finleyville - Ricky Douglas Hanover - Jeremy Shultz Hawley - Jovaughn Johnson Imperial - Jim Muraco, Alex Zupanovich Indiana - Ian Jones Jeannette - Brandon Hamilton, Rob James Jefferson Hills - Sam Johnston Johnstown - James Haggerty, Ben Pastorek, Josh Vigna Knox - Alex Rowan Latrobe - Joe Mylant, Marco Sylvania Lawrence - Adam Petris Littlestown - Mike Kale McDonald - Calvin Demillion Monessen - Chuck Coleman, Steve Major Mount Pleasant - Dylan McElfresh, Eric Rae New Alexandria - Ben Horwat New Castle - JR Creese Nicktown - Matt Britton North Huntingdon - John Palumbo, Nick Revis Phialdelphia - Andre Rogers Pittsburgh - Mitch DePellegrini, Zach Doebler, Matt Lomire, Evan Lucas, Dairus McGhee, Zach Mihalko, David Mocello, Jim Montgomery, Evin Orji, Drew Owusu, Brett Pippens, Tom Quirin, Sean Seig, Aaron Semetanka, Rob Travis, Richard Valentine Saltsburg - Manny Speal, Mike Speal Scottdale - James Lederach Slickville - TJ Valore St. Mary’s - Josh Catalano Swissvale - David Green Turtle Creek - Joe Shaffo Uniontown - Ian Thomas, Nathan Piccolomini Venetia - Patrick Walker Washington - Anthony Sacco West Leechburg - Sheldon Loughner Worthington - Tylor Anthony Virginia (6) Alexandria - Jake Dreer Falls Church - Patrick Thompson, Taylor Hayes-Leak Potomac Falls - Basil Wilson Richmond - Chaz Coleman, Shane Smith West Virginia (1) Ellenboro - Sam Walters

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2010 SAINT VINCENT SCHEDULE

2010 OPPONENTS

DATE OPPONENT September 5 Bridgewater College September 12 Fairleigh Dickinson-Florham September 25 Thiel College*^ October 2 Geneva College* October 9 Washington & Jefferson College* October 16 Thomas More College* October 23 Grove City College* October 30 Waynesburg University*# November 6 Westminster College* November 13 Bethany College* * Presidents’ Athletic Conference Game ^ Homecoming # Senior Day

SITE H A H H A A H H A A

TIME 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:30 2:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00

BRIDGEWATER COLLEGE GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Bridgewater, VA Enrollment: 1,500 Colors: Maroon and Gold Nickname: Eagles Conference: Old Dominion AC Stadium: Jopson Field Surface: Natural Grass Capacity: 3,500

Game #1 - September 4, 2010 - 1:00 Chuck Noll Field - Latrobe, PA Series Record: First Meeting

COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach: Mike Clark Alma Mater: Cincinnati/1980 Record @ BC/Years: 102-62/15 Overall Record/Years: 102-62/15 Record vs. Saint Vincent: 0-0 Office Phone: 540-828-5406

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: 7-3 Offensive System: Multiple SPORTS INFORMATION Defensive System: 4-2-5 S.I.D.: Steve Cox Lettermen Returning/Lost: 53/21 Office Phone: 540-828-5360 E-Mail: scox@bridgewater.edu Starters Returning: 12

2010 Schedule 9/4 - @ Saint Vincent 9/11 - SHENANDOAH 9/25 - FERRUM 9/30 - @ Southern Virginia 10/9 - HAMPDEN-SYDNEY 10/16 - @ Guilford 10/23 - WASHINGTON & LEE 10/30 - EMORY & HENRY 11/6 - @ Randolph Macon 11/13 - @ Catholic

2009 Schedule/Results 9/5 - AVERETT - W, 44-34 9/12 - @ Shenandoah - W, 21-13 9/19 - @ Ferrum - L, 34-37 (OT) 9/26 - LYCOMING - W, 32-29 10/3 - @ Hampden-Sydney - L, 0-19 10/17 - GUILFORD - W, 40-9 10/24 - @ Emory & Henry - W, 38-34 10/31 - @ Wash & Lee - W, 35-34 11/7 - RNDLPH MACON - L, 23-33 11/14 - CATHOLIC - W, 30-13

FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON - FLORHAM GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Madison, NJ Enrollment: 2,500 Colors: Cardinal and Navy Nickname: Devils Conference: Middle Atlantic Stadium: Robert Shields Field Surface: Artificial Capacity: 4,000

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SPORTS INFORMATION S.I.D.: Jim Henry Office Phone: 973-443-8965 E-Mail: jhenry@fdu.edu

Game #2 - September 11, 2010 - 1:00 Robert Shields Field - Madison,NJ Series Record: First Meeting

COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach: Rich Mosca Alma Mater: West Liberty St./1971 Record @ FDU/Years: 20-60/8 Overall Record/Years: 20-60/8 Record vs. Saint Vincent: 0-0 Office Phone: 973-443-8913 TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: 2-8 Offensive System: Multiple Defensive System: 3-4 Lettermen Returning/Lost: NA Starters Returning: 16

2010 Schedule 9/11 - SAINT VINCENT - 1:00 9/17 - COLLEGE OF NJ - 7:00 9/25 - @Apprentice - 1:00 10/2 - @ Widener - 1:00 10/9 - DELAWARE VLY - 1:00 10/16 - @ Lebanon Vly - 1:00 10/23 - WILKES - 1:00 10/30 - ALBRIGHT - 1:00 11/6 - @ Kings - 1:00 11/13 - LYCOMING - 1:00

2009 Schedule/Results 9/12 - @ ALFRED - L, 28-33 9/19 - @ College of NJ - L, 28-58 9/26 - APPRENTICE - W, 49-30 10/2 - WIDENER - L, 14-41 10/10 - @ Delaware Valley - L, 17-41 10/17 - LEBANON VlY - L, 14-40 10/24 - @ Wilkes - L, 6-7 10/31 - @ Albright - L, 28-49 11/7 - KINGS - W, 28-21 11/14 - @ Lycoming - L, 21-28


THIEL COLLEGE

Game #3 - September 25, 2010 - 1:00pm Chuck Noll Field - Latrobe, PA Series Record: Thiel leads, 8-4

COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach: Kurt Reiser Alma Mater: Allegheny/1993 Record @ Thiel/Years: 3-7/1 Overall Record/Years: 3-7/1 Record vs. Saint Vincent:1-0 Office Phone: 724-589-2137

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Greenville, PA Enrollment: 1,279 Colors: Navy and Old Gold Nickname: Tomcats Conference: Presidents’ AC Stadium: Alumni Stadium Surface: Field Turf Capacity: 1,400

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: 3-7 Offensive System: Multiple-I Defensive System: 4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: Starters Returning:

SPORTS INFORMATION S.I.D.: Ben Mitchell Office Phone: 724-589-2187 E-Mail: bmitchell@thiel.edu

2010 Schedule 9/4 - MARIETTA 9/11 - @Widener 9/18 - WAYNESBURG 9/25 - @ Saint Vincent 10/2 - @ Thomas More 10/16 - BETHANY 10/23 - @ Westminster 10/30 - GENEVA 11/6 - WASH & JEFFERSON 11/13 - @ Grove City

2009 Schedule/Results 9/5 - @ Marietta - L, 14-20 9/12 - ALBION - W, 20-10 9-19 - @ Wash. & Jefferson - L, 16-56 9-26 - @ Geneva - L, 13-37 10-3 - WESTMINSTER - W, 24-21 10-10 - @ Bethany - L, 21-42 10-24 - THOMAS MORE - L, 14-28 10-31 - SAINT VINCENT - W, 38-14 11-7 - @ Waynesburg - L, 17-38 11-14 - GROVE CITY - L, 24-31 (OT)

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Beaver Falls, PA Enrollment: 1,850 Colors: Gold, Black, and White Nickname: Golden Tornadoes Conference: Presidents’ A.C. Stadium:Reeves Field Surface: Pro Grass Capacity: 6,500 SPORTS INFORMATION S.I.D.: Van G. Zanic Office Phone: 724-847-6686 E-Mail: vgzanic@geneva.edu

Game #4 - October 2, 2010 - 1:00 Chuck Noll Field - Latrobe, PA Series Record: Geneva leads, 9-7-1

COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach: Geno DeMarco Alma Mater: Geneva, 1984 Record @ Geneva/Years: 110-65/17 Overall Record/Years: 110-65/17 Record vs. Saint Vincent:4-0 Office Phone: 724-847-6650 TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: 8-3 Offensive System: Pistol Defensive System: Multiple Front Lettermen Returning/Lost: 39/19 Starters Returning: 24/9

2010 Schedule 9/4 - @ Frostburg St. 9/11 - ALBRIGHT 9/18 - THOMAS MORE 9/25 - @ Bethany 10/2 - @ Saint Vincent 10/9 - WAYNESBURG 10/16 - @ Grove City 10/23 - WASH. & JEFFERSON 10/30 - @ Thiel

2009 Schedule/Results 9/5 - FROSTBURG ST. - W, 41-38 9/12 - @ Saint Vincent - W, 32-17 9/26 - THIEL - W, 37-13 10/3 - @ Wash. & Jefferson - L, 10-31 10/10 - GROVE CITY - W, 34-17 10/17 - @ Waynesburg - W, 49-39 10/24 - SAINT VINCENT - W, 38-20 10/31 - BETHANY - W, 55-21 11/7 - @ Thomas More, L - 12-21 11/14 - @ Westminster - L, 28-31 11/21% - @ Greenville - W, 29-28 % - NCAC Victory Bowl

2010 OPPONENTS

GENEVA COLLEGE

WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Washington, PA Enrollment:1,400 Colors: Red and Black Nickname: Presidents Conference: Presidents’ A.C. Stadium: Cameron Stadium Surface: Artificial Capacity: 3,500

SPORTS INFORMATION S.I.D.: Scott McGuinness Office Phone: 724-250-3308 E-Mail: smcguinness@washjeff.edu

Game #5 - October 9, 2010 - 1:30pm Cameron Stadium - Washington, PA Series Record: W&J leads, 3-0

COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach: Mike Sirianni Alma Mater: Mount Union/1994 Record @ W&J/Years: 70-12/7 Overall Record/Years: 70-12/7 Record vs. Saint Vincent: 3-0 Office Phone: 724-223-6060

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: 9-2 Offensive System: Multiple Defensive System: 4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 38/18 Starters Returning: 12

2010 Schedule 9/11 - @ Delaware Valley 9/18 - BETHANY 9/25 - @ Thomas More 10/2 - WESTMINSTER 10/9 - SAINT VINCENT 10/16 - FROSTBURG ST. 10/23 - @ Geneva 10/30 - GROVE CITY 11/6 - @ Thiel 11/13 - @ Waynesburg

2009 Schedule/Results 9/5 - OBERLIN - W, 35-9 9/12 - @Frostburg St. - W, 34-12 9/19 - THIEL - W, 56-16 9/26 - @ Grove City - W, 28-10 10/3 - GENEVA - W, 31-10 10/17 - @ Saint Vincent - W, 21-7 10/24 - @ Westminster - W, 49-7 10/31 - THOMAS MORE - L, 7-14 11/7 - @Bethany - W, 49-0 11/14 - WAYNESBURG - W, 35-12 11/20% - @ Mt. Union - L, 0-55 % NCAA Playoffs

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THOMAS MORE COLLEGE GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Crestview Hills, KY Enrollment:1,984 Colors: Royal Blue and White Nickname: Saints Conference: Presidents’ A.C. Stadium: Bank of KY Field Surface: Field Turf Capacity: 3,000

2010 OPPONENTS

SPORTS INFORMATION S.I.D.: Cory Blackson Office Phone: 859-344-3672 E-Mail: cory.blackson@thomasmore.edu

Game #6 - October 16, 2010 - 2:00pm Bank of Kentucky Field - Crestview Hills, KY Series Record: Thomas More leads, 3-0

COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach: Kurt Reiser Alma Mater: Allegheny/1993 Record @ TMC/Years: 3-7/1 Overall Record/Years: 3-7/1 Record vs. Saint Vincent:1-0 Office Phone: 724-589-2137

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: 3-7 Offensive System: Spread Defensive System: 4-4 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 44/24 Starters Returning:17

2010 Schedule 9/11 - @ Hanover 9/18 - @ Geneva 9/25 - WASH. & JEFFERSON 10/2 - THIEL 10/9 - @ Grove City 10/16 - SAINT VINCENT 10/23 - @Bethany 10/30 - WESTMINSTER 11/6 - @ Waynesburg 11/13 - MT. ST. JOSEPH

2009 Schedule/Results 9/5 - @ John Carroll - W, 14-7 9/19 - WAYNESBURG - W, 47-24 9/26 - @ Westminster - W, 34-16 10/3 - BETHANY - W, 40-12 10/10 - @ Saint Vincent - W, 40-13 10/17 - GROVE CITY - W, 17-7 10/24 - @ Thiel - W, 28-14 10/31 - @ Wash. & Jeff - W, 14-7 11/7 - GENEVA - W, 21-12 11/14 - @ Mt St. Joseph - W, 42-17 11/21% - DEPAUW - W, 49-39 11/28% - JOHNS HOPKINS - L, 29-31 % NCAA Playoffs

GROVE CITY COLLEGE GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Grove City, PA Enrollment: 2,500 Colors: Crimson and White Nickname: Wolverines Conference: Presidents’ AC Stadium: Robert Thorn Field Surface: CS Turf Capacity: 3,500 SPORTS INFORMATION S.I.D.: Ryan A. Briggs Office Phone: 724-458-3365 E-Mail: rabriggs@gcc.edu

Game #7 - October 23, 2010 - 1:00pm Chuck Noll Field - Latrobe, PA Series Record: Grove City leads, 3-2

COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach: Chris Smith Alma Mater: Grove City/1972 Record @ GC/Years: 103-145/25 Overall Record/Years: 103-145/25 Record vs. Saint Vincent: 3-0 Office Phone: 724-458-2145 TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: 5-5 Offensive System: Double Slot Defensive System: Multiple Lettermen Returning/Lost: 35/14 Starters Returning: 19/5

2010 Schedule 9/4 - CARNEGIE MELLON 9/11 - @ Lebanon Valley 9/18 - @ Westminster 9/25 - @ Waynesburg 10/9 - THOMAS MORE 10/16 - GENEVA 10/23 - @ Saint Vincent 10/30 - @ Wash. & Jeff 11/6 - BETHANY 11/13 - THIEL

2009 Schedule/Results 9/5 - DICKINSON - L, 47-52 9/12 - @ Carnegie Mellon - L, 40-45 9/19 - @ Bethany - W, 35-14 9/26 - WASH. & JEFF - L, 10-28 10/3 - SAINT VINCENT - W, 41-20 10/10 - @ Geneva - L, 17-34 10/17 - @ Thomas More - L, 7-17 10/31- WAYNESBURG - W, 35-24 11/7 - WESTMINSTER - W, 38-21 11/14 - @ Thiel - W, 31-24 (OT)

WAYNESBURG UNIVERSITY GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Waynesburg, PA Enrollment: 2,500 Colors: Orange and Black Nickname: Yellow Jackets Conference: Presidents’ AC Stadium: Wiley Stadium Surface: Field Turf Capacity: 4,000

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SPORTS INFORMATION S.I.D.: Bobby Fox Office Phone: 724-852-3334 E-Mail: rfox@waynesburg.edu

Game #8 - October 30, 2010 - 1:00 Chuck Noll Field - Latrobe, PA Series Record: Waynesburg leads, 14-10-4

COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach: Rick Shepas Alma Mater: Youngstown St/1987 Record @ WAY/Years: 28-23/5 Overall Record/Years: 28-23/5 Record vs. Saint Vincent: 3-0 Office Phone: 724-852-3245 TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: 5-5 Offensive System: Pro Set Defensive System: 8-Man Front Lettermen Returning/Lost: 30/26 Starters Returning: 13/13

2010 Schedule 9/11 - @ Wilkes 9/18 - @ Thiel 9/25 - GROVE CITY 10/2 - @ Bethany 10/9 - @ Geneva 10/16 - WESTMINSTER 10/23 - FROSTBURG ST. 10/30 - @ Saint Vincent 11/6 - THOMAS MORE 11/13 - WASH. & JEFFERSON

2009 Schedule/Results 9/5 - @ Wooster - W, 42-39 9/12 - HANOVER - W, 49-21 9/19 - @Thomas More - L, 24-47 9/26 - SAINT VINCENT - W, 33-12 10/10 - @Westminster - L, 42-49 (OT) 10/17 - GENEVA - L, 39-49 10/24 - BETHANY - W, 52-13 10/31 - @Grove City - L, 24-35 11/7 - THIEL - W, 38-17 11/14 - @ Wash. & Jeff - L, 12-35


WESTMINSTER COLLEGE GENERAL INFORMATION Location: New Wilmington, PA Enrollment: 1,500 Colors: Blue and White Nickname: Titans Conference: Presidents’ AC Stadium: Harold Burry Stadium Surface: Field Turf Capacity: 3,000

Game #9 - November 6, 2010 - 1:00 Harold Burry Stadium - New Wilmington, PA Series Record: Westminster leads, 8-1

COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach: Jeff Hand Alma Mater: Clarion/1992 Record @ WC/Years: 20-30/5 Overall Record/Years: 58-53/11 Record vs. Saint Vincent:3-0 Office Phone: 724-946-7310

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: 4-6 Offensive System: Pro Style SPORTS INFORMATION Defensive System: 3-4 S.I.D.: Justin Zackal Lettermen Returning/Lost: 33/15 Office Phone: 724-946-6537 E-Mail: zackaljw@westminster.edu Starters Returning: 13

2010 Schedule 9/4 - @ Hiram 9/11 - @ Lycoming 9/18 - GROVE CITY 10/2 - @ Wash. & Jefferson 10/9 - BETHANY 10/16 - @ Waynesburg 10/23 - THIEL 10/30 - @ Thomas More 11/6 - SAINT VINCENT 11/13 - @ Geneva

2009 Schedule/Results 9/5 - HEIDELBERG - L, 26-42 9/12 - @ Allegheny - L, 14-27 9/19 - @ Saint Vincent - W, 27-14 9/26 - THOMAS MORE - L, 16-34 10/3 - @ Thiel - L, 21-24 10/10 - WAYNESBURG - W, 49-42 (OT) 10/17 - @ Bethany - W, 31-28 10/24 - WASH. & JEFF - L, 7-49 11/7 - @ Grove City - L, 31-38 11/14 - GENEVA - W, 31-28

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Bethany, WV Enrollment: 850 Colors: Kelly Green and White Nickname: Bison Conference: Presidents’ AC Stadium: Bison Stadium Surface: Field Turf Capacity: 1,000

Game #10 - November 13, 2010 - 1:00 Bison Stadium - Bethany, WV Series Record: Bethany leads, 3-0

COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach: Tim Weaver Alma Mater: Davidson/1990 Record @ BC/Years: 14-26/4 Overall Record/Years: 14-26/4 Record vs. Saint Vincent:3-0 Office Phone: 304-829-7242

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: 3-7 Offensive System: Multiple SPORTS INFORMATION Defensive System: 4-3 S.I.D.: Brian Rose Lettermen Returning/Lost: 34/21 Office Phone: 304-829-7292 E-Mail: brose@bethanywv.edu Starters Returning: 17/8

DIRECTIONS TO ROAD DESTINATIONS FDU-Florham - Madison, NJ (314 mi. from Saint Vincent) - PA Turnpike (I-76) to Exit 226 (Harrisburg) - Merge onto Harrisburg Pike (Rte 11 North) - Merge onto I-81 North - Merge onto I-78 at Exit 89 (Toward Allentown) - Merge onto I-287 at Exit 29 - Take South St. Exit (35) - Turn left on to South St /Rte. 601 - Take Rte. 124-E ramp - Turn right onto NJ 124/Madison Avenue - College will be two miles on the left Wash & Jefferson - Washington, PA (57 mi from SVC) - PA Turnpike to New Stanton - Merge onto I-70 West - Proceed to Beau Stree exit (Exit 20) - At fourth light (Main St.), turn left - Follow through two more lights, cross railroad tracks - Cameron Stadium will be 1/4 mi on the right

Westminster - New Wilmington, PA (97 miles from SVC) - PA Turnpike (I-76) to Cranberry Exit - Merge onto I-79 North - Proceed to Grove City exit (outlet mall) - Turn left at light, toward Volant/New Wilmington (Rte 208) - Continue straight on Rte 208/Leesburg-Volant Rd - Stay straight, Westminster campus will be on the left

2010 Schedule 9/4 - ALLEGHENY 9/11 - @Kings 9/18 - @ Wash. & Jefferson 9/25 - GENEVA 10/2 - WAYNESBURG 10/9 - @ Westminster 10/16 - @ Thiel 10/23 - THOMAS MORE 11/6 - @ Grove City 11/13 - SAINT VINCENT

2009 Schedule/Results 9/5 - OTTERBEIN - L, 7-28 9/12 - @ KY Christian - W, 41-33 9/19 - GROVE CITY - L, 14-35 10/3 - @ Thomas More - L, 12-40 10/10 - THIEL - W, 42-21 10/17 - WESTMINSTER - L, 28-31 10/24 - @ Waynesburg - L, 13-52 10/31 - @ Geneva - L, 21-54 11-7 - WASH. & JEFF - L, 0-49 11-14 - @ Saint Vincent - W, 3413

2010 OPPONENTS

BETHANY COLLEGE

Thomas More - Crestview Hills, KY (324 mi from SVC) - I-70 West toward Washington, PA and Wheeling, WV - Merge onto I-470 West (Exit 5A) toward Columbus - Merge onto I-70 West at exit on the left toward Columbus - Exit onto I-270 South at Exit 108A toward Cincinnati - Merge onto I-71 South at Exit 55 - Merge onto I-275 East at Exit 185 - Take Turkeyfoot Road exit (Exit 82) - Turn right onot Turkeyfoot Road - Thomas More campus will be on your left Bethany College - Bethany, WV (79 miles from SVC) - I-70 West toward Washington, PA - Take Exit 6 toward Rte. 231 (Claysville) - Turn right onto Old National Pike - Turn left onto Rte 40 West - Proceed straight for five miles, turn right onto Lake Rd. - Turn slight left onto Brush Run Rd (crossing into WV) - Proceed straight for approximately seven miles - Runs straight into Bethany campus

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September 5, 2009 McDaniel 52 (1-0) Saint Vincent 37 (0-1) Site: Westminster, MD Scott Bair Stadium Attendance: 2856

Temperature: 77 Weather: Sunny Time of Game: 3:02

The Green Terror of McDaniel College defeated Saint Vincent by a final score of 52-37 in Westminster, MD. For Saint Vincent, the point total represented their highest output since the program returned to action in 2007, but it was not enough to earn the win.

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McDaniel opened the scoring with just under six minutes remaining in the first quarter, as tight end Woody Butler caught a 19-yard pass from Tom Massucci to put the hosts up 7-0. On the next play from scrimmage, a Bearcat fumble gave McDaniel the ball at the 26-yard line, and Massucci wasted no time, connecting with Matt Cahill on a touchdown pass on the next play, making it 14-0.

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A penalty on the extra point forced McDaniel to kick off from deep in their own territory, and the Bearcats were able to put the ball back into play from midfield. Four plays later, Jairus Marlow scampered 18 yards for a score, cutting the margin in half.

Early in the second quarter, another Bearcat drive into the red zone resulted in points, as Aaron Jones hit a 24-yard field goal that made it 14-10.

The Green Terror fought right back, scoring on a 5-yard run by Raymond O'Hara that made it 21-10. After SVC was stopped and forced to punt on the next possession, McDaniel ran into some trouble of their own, finding themselves at their own 26 yard line in a third-and-28 situation. However, while the Bearcats initially stopped the offense, a personal foul penalty resulted in an automatic first down and new life for the Green Terror, who took advantage of the opportunity, scoring five plays later to go up by a score of 28-10 with just 42 seconds left.

Saint Vincent was not finished, however, as Kevin Corona connected with Phil Masciantonio on a 53-yard touchdown strike. After penalties forced the extra point attempt from 40-yards out, the half ended with SVC down, 28-16. Most of the third quarter then belonged to the hosts, as they tallied three consecutive touchdowns, making it 49-16, before Marlow took a screen pass 61 yards for a Bearcat score. After a McDaniel field goal early in the fourth quarter stretched the lead to 52-23, Saint Vincent rallied for a pair of late scores.

Marlow scored for the third time on the day with a 1-yard run, then Marvin Daney and Jake Smith combined for a pair of big plays. First, Daney caught a 46-yard pass to the McDaniel eight, then Smith hit him with a 6-yard touchdown pass to end the scoring.

Corona was 13-24 through the air on the day, good for 265 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Smith was 6-10 with one scoring pass. Marlow led SVC rushers with 38 yards on six carries. Daney caught 5 passes for 72 yards, while Marlow had a pair of catches for 79 yards. Masciantonio, Marc Gonzales and Joe Strickland each had two catches. Marlow led the team with 139 all-purpose yards, including a 22 yard kickoff return. Jeff Graham led the defense with 10 tackles, while Sean Hufgard and David Ribero recorded 8 each.

SVC McD

1 7 14

SCORING SUMMARY 2 9 14

3 7 21

4 14 3

F 37 52

First Quarter 5:44 - McD: Butler 19 yd pass from Massucci (DeLuca kick) 5:20 - McD: Cahill 26yd pass from Massucci (DeLuca kick) 3:42 - SVC: Marlow 18 yd run (Jones kick) Second Quarter 12:01- SVC: Jones 24yd field goal 04:57 -McD: O’Hara 5yd run (DeLuca kick) 00:42 -McD: Butler 6yd pass from Masscucci (DeLuca kick) 00:20- SVC: Masciantonio 53yd pass fro Corona (kick failed) Third Quarter 10:23 - McD: Develin 3yd run (DeLuca kick) 07:28 - McD: Bender 25yd pass from Massuci (DeLuca kick) 05:33- McD: Billera 90yd punt return (DeLuca kick) 04:38- SVC: Marlow 61yd pass from Corona (Jones kick) Fourth Quarter 10;10- McD: DeLuca 19yd field goal 01:59- SVC: Marlow 2yd run (Jones kick) 00:23 - SVC: Daney 6yd pass from Smith (Jones kick)

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards Rushing TD Passes Att-Comp-INT Passing Yards Passing TD Total Offense: Plays-Yds Punt Returns-Yards Kick Returns-Yards Interceptions-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time

SVC 18 20-59 2 19-35-0 342 3 55-401 3-12 8-156 0-0 3-2 7-61 20:58

MCD 23 43-146 2 23-32-0 245 4 74-391 2-94 6-87 0-0 1-0 7-61 39:02

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: SVC- Marlow 6-38; Brown 3-15 McD - Develin 21-98; O’Hara: 9-35 Passing: SVC - Corona 13-24-0-265; Smith - 6-10-0-77 McD- Massucci 23-32-0-245 Receiving: SVC - Daney 5-72; Marlow 2-78 McD - Cahill 8-118; Bender 4-45 Tackles (UA-A): SVC - Graham 3-7; Hufgard 7-1 McD - Wenrich 4-3; Weinck 2-4


September 12, 2009 Geneva 32 (2-0) Saint Vincent 17 (0-2) Site: Latrobe, PA Chuck Noll Field Attendance: 1558

Temperature: 65 Weather: Cloudy; Rain Time of Game: 2:56

After a fast start, the Bearcats saw visiting Geneva charge back to earn a 32-17 win at Chuck Noll Field. Saint Vincent roared out of the gates, opening up a 14-0 lead with nine minutes gone in the first quarter, but the Geneva defense clamped down and the Golden Tornado running game took over.

The Bearcats scored their first touchdown of the game just two minutes in, with Kevin Corona connecting with Sheldon Loughner on a 15-yard scoring strike. Aaron Jones' extra point capped off the five-play, 54-yard drive, giving the Bearcats the early 7-0 lead.

The Golden Tornado defense then forced a three-and-out on the Bearcats first possession of the second quarter, and after receiving very favorable field position after the ensuing punt, and Matt Barge took advantage by racing 30 yards for the touchdown. The two-point conversion attempt failed, and the Bearcat lead was just 14-12. With three minutes left in the quarter, the Bearcats then looked to embark on a scoring drive to close out the half, as Corona completed a trio of long passes, including a 15-yarder to Jake Gabelt, a 21-yarder to Jairus Marlow, and a 29yarder to Marvin Daney, setting up a first-and-goal on the three with just under a minute left. Geneva's defense held on the goaline, and Jones then came on to continue his perfect day, knocking home a 23-yard field goal to give SVC the 17-12 halftime lead.

The Golden Tornadoes took advantage of a questionable roughing-the-punter call to score the only points of the third quater, with Matt Dean ending the prolonged drive by bowling in from two yards out. The two-point conversion attempt again failed, but Geneva took the lead, 18-17, with seven minutes remaining in the third. On the first play of the fourth quarter, Dean scored his second two-yard touchdown of the game, and the extra point kick was good, pushing the Geneva advantage to 25-17. Geneva continued its run in the fourth quarter, as Girardi found Wilson on a fade in the back of the end zone to put the visitors ahead 32-17 with 10 minutes remaining in regulation. SVC looked to get back into the game on its next possession, and after a roughing the passer call on Geneva, the Bearcats had a first down on the GC 20. The Golden Tornado defense then came up big again, forcing an SVC fumble with six minutes left to end the scoring threat and effectively put the game away. Corona finished the day 16-28 passing for 173 yards, throwing two interceptions as well as the touchdown pass to Loughner, who led the SVC receiving corps with five catches for 69 yards. The Geneva defensive front limited the Bearcat ground game, however, holding SVC to just 40 yards rushing, 39 of which were gained by Mihalko, who also tallied 122 yards in kickoff returns. Defensively, SVC's Sean Hufgard led both sides with 12 tackles, with David Ribero adding nine. Ribero, Cal Demillion, and Jeff Graham each finished with one quarterback sack. GEN SVC

1 6 14

SCORING SUMMARY 2 6 3

3 6 0

4 14 0

F 32 17

First Quarter 12:21- SVC: Loughner 15yd pass from Corona (Jones kick) 05:46 - SVC: Quirin 36yd INT return (Jones kick) 01:23 - GEN:Wilson 11yd pass from Girardi (kick failed) Second Quarter 13:38 - GEN: Barge 30 yd run (Pass failed) 00:38 - SVC: Jones 23yd field goal Third Quarter 07:27 - GEN: Dean 2yd run (Pass failed)

Fourth Quarter 14:58 - GEN: Dean 2yd run (DiPietro kick) 09:22 - GEN:Wilson 11yd pass from Girardi (DiPietro kick)

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushes-Yards Rushing TD Passes Att-Comp-INT Passing Yards Passing TD Total Offense: Plays-Yds Punt Returns-Yards Kick Returns-Yards Interceptions-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time

GEN 23 47-246 3 15-29-1 208 2 76-454 2-18 4-67 2-15 0-0 7-63 33:09

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: SVC- Mihalko 9-39; Corona 7-9 GEN- Muschette 24-153; Barge 11-78 Passing: SVC - Corona 16-28-2-173 GEN - Girardi 15-29-1-208 Receiving: SVC - Loughner 5-69; Marlow 5-41 GEN - Delmonico 4-92; Wilson 4-49 Tackles (UA-A): SVC - Hufgard 5-7; Ribero 3-6 GEN - Rose 5-5; Tommelleo 3-4

SVC 13 33-40 0 16-29-2 173 1 62-213 1-9 6-136 1-36 1-1 4-28 26:51

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Saint Vincent's defense earned the team's next touchdown five minutes later, when linebacker Tom Quirin stepped in front of a David Girardi pass and scampered 36 yards down the sidelines untouched for the interception return. Jones again converted on the extra point, and SVC was up 14-0 with six minutes remaining in the opening quarter. Geneva got on the board on its next possession, with Girardi finding Brian Wilson in the end zone on an 11-yard pass with just over a minute left in the quarter. The extra point attempt was no good, and the score was 14-6 SVC heading into the second.

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September 19, 2009 Westminster 27 (1-2) Saint Vincent 14 (0-3) Site: Latrobe, PA Chuck Noll Field Attendance: 1980

Temperature: 72 Weather: Sunny Time of Game: 2:40

The Westminser Titans came to Chuck Noll Field and defeated Saint Vincent, leaving with a 27-14 victory over the Bearcats on Homecoming Day. Westminster received the opening kickoff and systematically worked their way downfield on the opening drive, putting together a 13-play, 72-yard drive, culminating in a one-yard touchdown run by Nick McCloskey, who ran for 121 yards on the day.

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Saint Vincent answered right back on the ensuing drive. When the drive originally stalled at midfield, SVC's Anthony Johnson took a short snap on a fake punt and picked up five yards to keep the drive going. Later, Kevin Corona hit Zach Mihalko with a screen pass, and Mihalko did the rest, taking the ball 19 yards into the end zone. After Aaron Jones' extra point, the game was tied, 7-7.

Westminster's next possession resulted in more points, but the SVC defense stopped the visitors on the 25, forcing Trevor Young to hit a 42-yard field goal that made it 10-7, Titans. Midway through the second quarter, the Titans added to their lead when Kevin Franz hit McCloskey with a 13-yard scoring pass, and the half ended with the Bearcats trailing, 17-7. In the third quarter,Young hit a 21-yard field goal to make it 20-7, and after a Bearcat punt, Franz connected with Jon Gubish on a 36-yard touchdown pass to put the Titans up by 20 points, 27-7.

The Bearcat offense went back to work late in the third, with quarterback Jake Smith at the helm. A 33-yard pass to Mihalko moved the ball across midfield, then Smith scrambled for a 17-yard gain on fourth down to keep the drive alive. The drive again appeared to be stalled at the Titan 2, but on fourth down, Smith handed to Jairus Marlow, who approached the line, stopped and threw a jump pass to tight end Jake Gabelt in the end zone for a Bearcat score that cut the margin to 27-14. On their next drive, Saint Vincent again appeared poised to score. Smith and Marlow connected for 23 yards to take the ball to the Westminster 17, then, following a penalty, a 22-yard run by Mihalko made it first and goal at the five. After a pass interference call put the ball at the 2-yard line, the Westminster defense stepped up, stopping the Bearcats and forcing the ball to be turned over on downs, and the Titans regained the momentum and posted the 27-14 win. McCloskey led all rushers in the game with 121 yards, while Mihalko gained 37 on the ground for SVC. Westminster's Franz was a solid 15-for19 for 167 yards passing. For SVC, Corona was 9-20 for 86 yards, while Smith was 6-17 for 87 yards.

Marvin Daney (SVC) and Chad Rosatelli (WES) each had four catches for 34 yards. Mihalko caught a pair of passes for 52 yards. Marlow, Sheldon Loughner, Phil Masciantonio and Dan Blaszkowski each had two catches for the Bearcats. Defensively, Anthony Johnson had 12 tackles for SVC, while David Ribero tallied 11 and Sean Hufgard had 10. Cory Meeker led the Titan defense with 8 stops, while Neil Falco had a pair of quarterback sacks. Overall,Westminster put up 317 yards of total offense compared to 225 for Saint Vincent.

WES SVC

1 10 7

SCORING SUMMARY 2 7 0

3 10 0

4 0 7

F 27 14

First Quarter 07:53 - WES: McKolosky 1yd run (Young kick) 05:05 - SVC: Mihalko 19yd pass from Corona (Jones kick) 00:07- WES:Young 42yd field goal

Second Quarter 05:12 - WES: McKolosky 13yd p ass from Franz (Young kick) Third Quarter 06:09 - WES - Young21yd field goal 03:36 - WES - Gubish 36yd pass from Franz (Young kick) Fourth Quarter 14:03 - SVC - Gabelt 2yd pass from Marlow (Jones kick)

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TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards Rushing TD Passes Att-Comp-INT Passing Yards Passing TD Total Offense: Plays-Yds Punt Returns-Yards Kick Returns-Yards Interceptions-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time

WES 19 44-150 1 15-21-0 167 2 65-317 2-18 2-39 0-0 4-50 9-85 37:48

SVC 17 22-50 0 16-38-4 175 2 60-225 4-35 6-113 0-0 0-0 8-52 22:12

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: SVC- Mihalko 6-37; Marlow 8-15 WES: McKolosky 13-121; Lehocky 5-25 Passing: SVC - Corona 9-20-3-86; Smith 6-16-1-87 WES - Franz 15-19-0-167; Lehocky 0-2-0-0 Receiving: SVC - Daney 4-34; Mihalko 2-52 WES - Rosatelli 4-34; McKolosky 3-26 Tackles (UA-A): SVC - Johnson 4-8; Ribero 4-7 WES: Meeker 6-2; Falco 3-4


September 26, 2009 Waynesburg 33 (3-1) Saint Vincent 12 (0-4) Site: Waynesburg, PA Wiley Stadium Attendance: 500

Temperature: 53 Weather: Rain Time of Game: 2:46

The Waynesburg University Yellow Jackets defeated Saint Vincent by a score of 33-12 at a soggy Wiley Stadium in Greene County.

The Bearcats got off to a promising start, with Jairus Marlow taking a handoff on the first play from scrimmage and dashing 23 yards down the sideline to the Waynesburg 42. Eight plays later, Kevin Corona hit Jeremy Drischler in the corner of the end zone from 14 yards out to put SVC up 6-0.

However,Waynesburg then gave a glimpse of what was to come often in the first half, as quarterback Brad Dawson connected on a 35-yard strike to Brent Heckel to the Bearcat 9, setting up a touchdown run on the next play by Billy Becker that tied the game. Waynesburg then went ahead to stay with the extra point, 7-6.

The hosts added a touchdown less than a minute into the second half, set up by a 60-yard pass from Dawson to Fisher, making it 31-6, but neither team scored the remainder of the quarter. Early in the fourth, SVC capitalized on a fumble recovery by John Jackson at the Waynesburg 35, putting together a 10-play drive that culminated in a 6-yard TD pass from Corona to Sheldon Loughner that made it 31-12.

Later in the quarter, defensive back Rob James intercepted his second pass of the game, but SVC was forced to start a drive from their own 1-yard line, and QB Jake Smith was sacked in the end zone on the next play, making it 33-12.

Overall on the day,Waynesburg (3-1) tallied 443 yards of offense compared to 198 for Saint Vincent. Becker led all rushers with 74 yards, while Marlow had 13 carries for 62 yards for SVC. Corona was 12-38 in the air for 94 yards, while Dawson was 13-23 for 242 yards.

Zach Mihalko caught 3 passes for the Bearcats for 14 yards, while Jake Gabelt, Derek Wiley and Loughner had two catches each. Heckel caught 3 passes for Waynesburg for 44 yards.

Sean Hufgard and Alex Rowan led the SVC defense with 7 tackles each, while Jackson had a sack, two tackles for losses and a fumble recovery.

SVC WAY

1 6 14

SCORING SUMMARY 2 0 10

3 0 7

4 6 2

F 12 33

First Quarter 12:21- SVC: Drischler 14yd pass from Corona (kick failed) 10:16 - WAY: Becker 9yd frun (Storck kick) 01:23 - WAY: Fisher 16yd pass from Dawson (Storck kick) Second Quarter 14:57 -WAY: Storck 40yd field goal 08:38 - WAY: Dawson 3yd run (Storck kick) Third Quarter 14:12 - WAY: Becker 4yd run (Storck kick)

Fourth Quarter 09:07 - SVC: Loughner 6yd pass from Corona (kick failed) 05:06 - WAY: Bogdan safety

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards Rushing TD Passes Att-Comp-INT Passing Yards Passing TD Total Offense: Plays-Yds Punt Returns-Yards Kick Returns-Yards Interceptions-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time

SVC 14 36-104 0 12-38-2 94 2 74-198 3-12 5-125 2-15 0-0 4-45 29:36

WAY 19 44-201 3 13-26-2 242 1 70-443 2-1 4-83 1-36 1-1 14-111 30:24

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: SVC- Marlow 13-62; Mihalko 13-25 WAY- Becker 12-74; Bowers 8-68 Passing: SVC - Corona 12-38-2-94 WAY - Dawson 13-23-1-242;Williams 0-3-1-0 Receiving: SVC - Mihalko 3-14; Gabelt 2-29 WAY - Heckel 4-44; Fisher 2-76 Tackles (UA-A): SVC - Hufgard 5-2; Catalano 5-0 WAY - Yusuff 6-1; Cree 5-3

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A 16-yard touchdown pass from Dawson to Josh Fisher made it 14-6 with just under five minutes left in the first quarter, with Dawson accounting for 147 yards passing in the first quarter alone. By halftime, the Jackets ran the lead to 24-6 in a driving rain.

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October 3, 2009 Grove City 41 (2-3) Saint Vincent 20 (0-5) Site: Latrobe, PA Robert E. Thorn Field Attendance: 4700

Temperature: 62 Weather: Sunny; Breezy Time of Game: 2:40

The Bearcats dropped to 0-5 on the season, after falling 41-20 at Grove City College.

The game started as a defensive battle, as the teams shared four scoreless possessions over the first 12 minutes of the opening quarter. With less than three minutes remaining in the first quarter, Grove City got on the scoreboard, as Wolverine punter Ed Reith took the snap and ran 45 yards for a score.

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The defense again played well throughout much of the first half, shutting down Grove City quarterback Andrew DiDonato. Senior cornerback Rob James, who intercepted two passes last week at Waynesburg, had a pair of first half interceptions to keep Saint Vincent in the game. However, with just 1:05 left in the second, DiDonato connected with Will McCoy for a 20-yard touchdown pass that made it 14-0 at the break. Another touchdown pass with four minutes left in the third made it 21-0, then DiDonato used his legs to score, as a 10-yard touchdown run made it 28-0 on the first play of the fourth quarter.

Less than a minute later, Saint Vincent got on the board, as Kevin Corona aired out a 42-yard touchdown pass to a wide-open Marvin Daney. After another Wolverine touchdown, Saint Vincent scored again, on a fourth-down, 32-yard pass to Sheldon Loughner in the end zone. The Bearcats closed out the day’s scoring with 55 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter, as Jake Smith connected with Christian Sutton on a 51-yard bomb to make the score 41-20.

Corona was 12-for-26 passing for the Bearcats (0-5), good for 141 yards. Zach Mihalko led the ground game with 11 carries for 44 yards. Jeremy Drischler caught five passes for 47 yards, and Anthony Johnson led the defense with 13 tackles, including 1 1/2 sacks. In all, the Bearcats tallied three sacks, with Josh Catalano posting 1.0 and David Ribero 0.5. James, a converted wide receiver, took over the PAC lead, and became the first player in the Bearcats’ modern history to record multiple interceptions in two straight games.

SVC GCC

1 0 7

SCORING SUMMARY 2 0 7

3 0 7

4 20 20

First Quarter 02:28 - GRO - Reith 45yd run (Bicehouse kick)

F 20 41

Second Quarter 01:05 - GRO - McCoy 20yd pass from DiDonato (Bicehouse kick) Third Quarter 04:00 - GRO - Hall 7yd pass from DiDonato (Bicehouse kick)

Fourth Quarter 14:56 - GRO - DiDonato 10yd run (Bicehouse kick) 13:42 - SVC - Daney 42yd pass from Corona (Jones kick) 10:09 - GRO - Miller 3yd run (Bicehouse kick) 07:08 - SVC - Loughner 32yd pass from Corona (Jones kick) 02:54 - GRO - Reith 8yd run (Bicehouse kick) 00:55 - SVC - Sutton 51 yd pass from Smith (kick failed)

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TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards Rushing TD Passes Att-Comp-INT Passing Yards Passing TD Total Offense: Plays-Yds Punt Returns-Yards Kick Returns-Yards Interceptions-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time

SVC 12 27-27 0 14-29-0 198 3 55-225 3-45 7-141 2-0 3-2 10-75 23:32

GCC 23 36-186 4 29-38-2 232 2 74-418 4-(-3) 2-35 0-0 0-0 7-55 36:28

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: SVC- Mihalko 11-44; Marlow 7-9 GCC - Miller 7-74; Reith 3-52 Passing: SVC - Corona - 12-26-0-141; Smith - 2-3-0-57 GRO - DiDonato - 28-36-2-226 Receiving: SVC - Drischler 5-47; Daney 2-42 GRO - O’Hara 6-41; Miller 6-36 Tackles (UA-A):SVC - Johnson 8-5; Hufgard 5-1 GRO - Ferguson 4-3; Clark 3-4


October 10, 2009 Thomas More 40 (5-0) Saint Vincent 13 (0-6) Site: Crestview Hills, KY Bank of Kentucky Field Attendance: 880

Temperature: 53 Weather: Rain Time of Game: 2:44

The visiting Thomas More College Saints forced six Bearcat turnovers in their 40-13 win at Chuck Noll Field.

Thomas More, ranked 18th in the nation, broke open a 7-6 game midway through the first quarter by using a strong ground game, gaining 169 rushing yards to score 33 unanswered points over the second and third quarters.

After the Bearcats fumbled on their opening possession of the first quarter, Thomas More gave the ball right back, with SVC's Roscoe Barber picking off a Trevor Stellman pass on the Saints' third play from scrimmage. Saint Vincent capitalized on the Saint miscue, embarking on a five play, 60-yard drive, capped off with a 12-yard Zach Mihalko touchdown run, to go up 6-0 with 12 minutes left in the opening stanza.

The Bearcats' next two possessions ended in interceptions, first by Brandon Kohrs and then by Zach Autenreib, with both resulting in two-yard touchdown runs by TMC's Cordario Collier, as the visitors pushed their lead to 27-6 in the closing minutes of the first half. With under a minute left in the half, the Bearcats looked to end the half on a high note, but the Saints closed the second quarter with yet another interception, this time by Wade Begley with three seconds remaining. In the second half, Thomas More picked up right where it left off, as Stellman capped off his team's first drive of the third quarter with a 14-yard touchdown run to put the Saints up 34-6. The teams then traded scoreless possessions, before the Saints tallied their fourth interception of the day, this one by Nick Gramke, who returned it 33 yards to the SVC five-yard line. On the next play, the Saints' Luis Perez rushed up the gut for TMC's sixth touchdown of the day, and the game entered the fourth quarter with Thomas More ahead 40-6.

Saint Vincent's next drive proved to be its most productive. After an 18-yard run by Jairus Marlow, quarterback Jake Smith completed a 13-yard pass to Derek Wiley followed by a 17-yard strike to Sheldon Loughner, setting up a first-and-goal on the Thomas More eight. Smith then found tight end Jake Gabelt over the middle for an eight-yard scoring strke, with the Aaron Jones extra point making the score 40-13 to close out the day's scoring with 10 minutes left in the fourth quarter. Mihalko paced the Bearcat ground game, gaining 55 yards on 13 carries, while gaining an additional 66 yards on three kickoff returns. Kevin Corona started under center, completing 12 of 21 passes for 88 yards, while Smith came on in relief, going 9-16 through the air for 151 yards. Sheldon Loughner paced the Bearcat receivers with five catches for 71 yards, with Gabelt hauling in three grabs and Marlow and Christian Sutton two apiece. Defensively, linebacker David Ribero led both sides with 10 tackles, including 2.0 for loss. The Bearcats' Jeff Graham, Josh Catalano, and Alex Rowan posted nine stops apiece, while Armando Fortunato posted 2.5 tackles for loss. TMC SVC

1 7 6

SCORING SUMMARY 2 20 0

3 13 0

4 0 7

First Quarter 11:55 - SVC- Mihalko 12yd run (Jones kick) 05:08 - TMC - Perez 2yd run (Zink kick)

F 40 13

Second Quarter 11:43 - TMC - Olthaus 25yd pass from Stellman (Zink kick) 09:09 - TMC - Collier 2 yd run (Zink kick) 00:39 - TMC - Collier 1yd run (Zink kick) Third Quarter 11:45 - TMC - Stellman 14yd run (Walter kick) 04:22 - TMC - Perez 5yd run (kick failed)

Fourth Quarter 09:07 - SVC: Gabelt - 8yd pass from Smith (Jones kick)

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushes-Yards Rushing TD Passes Att-Comp-INT Passing Yards Passing TD Total Offense: Plays-Yds Punt Returns-Yards Kick Returns-Yards Interceptions-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time

TMC 18 48-174 5 12-18-1 201 1 55-375 0-0 2-23 5-98 0-0 9-111 31:11

SVC 16 31-60 1 21-37-5 239 1 58-299 4-4 7-134 1-0 2-1 4-40 28:49

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: SVC- Mihalko 13-55; Marlow 10-13 TMC - Stellman 12-80; Collier 13-48 Passing: SVC - Corona 12-21-4-88; Smith 9-16-1-151 TMC - Stellman 11-17-1-203 Receiving: SVC - Loughner 5-71; Gabelt 3-17 TMC - Collier 3-44; Owens 2-48 Tackles (UA-A): SVC - Graham 4-6; Ribero 4-6 TMC - Stephens 4-3; Dixon 3-4

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Thomas More answered back two possessions later, with Stellman completing passes of 16 and 24 yards before Luis Perez plunged into the end zone from two yards out. The ensuing extra point kick was good, giving the Saints the 7-6 lead with six minutes remaining in the quarter. The Saints added onto the lead in their first trip of the second quarter, with Stellman connecting with Nick Olthaus for a 25-yard touchdown pass at the 11:43 mark.

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October 17, 2009 Washington & Jefferson 21 (6-0) Saint Vincent 7 (0-7) Site: Latrobe, PA Chuck Noll Field Attendance: 1017

Temperature: 35 Weather: Cloudy; Drizzle Time of Game: 2:35

The gritty Bearcats gave seventh-ranked Washington & Jefferson all it could handle, before the Presidents were able to escape Latrobe with a 21-7 victory.

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The Bearcat defense turned in an impressive performance, limiting the vaunted W&J offense to 324 yards, 107 under their season average. It was the W&J defense, however, that turned in the biggest play of the game, recovering a fumble in the end zone late in the fourth quarter to ward off the SVC upset bid. W&J got on the board first, capping off an 11-play, 55-yard drive with an 11-yard pass from Gino Rometo to Zach DeCiddo with 8:35 left in the first quarter. The Presidents looked to add onto their lead on their net trip, setting up a first-and-goal from seven yards out. SVC’s defense then made its first big stand of the day, with Rob James breaking up a pass in the end zone on third down before Jeff Graham batted down another Rometo throw at the line of scrimmage to force a turnover on downs. The chilly, sloppy field conditions hampered both offenses throughout the game, as neither team was able to find the end zone throughout the remainder of the first half. Late in the second quarter, both teams squandered first-and-goal opportunities, and the game went into halftime with the Presidents still up 7-0.

After the Presidents opened up the third quarter by missing a field goal, the Bearcats looked to drive, with a 34-yard pass from Jake Smith to Sheldon Loughner setting up a first down 40 yards from paydirt. The W&J defense again came up big, with Jacob Bloomhuff sacking Smith and forcing a fumble, which was recovered by teammate Gavin Donathan. The Presidents quickly took advantage of the miscue, capping off a 60-yard drive with a five-yard Terrance McAlister touchdown run to go up 14-0. Rob James took the ensuing kickoff 48 yards to the W&J 17, and a pair of Zach Mihalko runs set up first-and-goal at the one. After a delay of game penalty backed up the ball to the six, the Bearcats went into the special playbook with fullack Mike Male taking a pitch and hitting Jake Smith with a pass. The quarterback was brought down just shy of the goalline, setting up fourth-and-goal, but W&J held and the score stayed 14-0 heading into the fourth quarter.

After trading scoreless possessions to open up the final stanza, the Bearcats got on the board in a big way. On second-and-10 on his own 16, Smith hit Dan Blaszkowski for an 84-yard touchdown strike. The extra point by Aaron Jones was good, and SVC trailed just 14-7. W&J was unable to gain a first down on their next possession, but punter Joe Kelly pinned SVC down inside their own one with a 45-yard punt. Brandon Bovina recovered an SVC fumble in the end zone, closing out the day’s scoring and giving the Presidents the 21-7 victory.

The Bearcat defensive unit was led on the day by Alex Rowan, who made 11 stops, while Armando Fortunato added nine and David Ribero eight, including 1.5 for loss. James broke up three passes in the secondary, while making three tackles in the afternoon. In his first start of the season, Smith completed 12 of 27 passes for 185 yards. Blaszkowski and Loughner shared the team lead with three catches each, for 86 and 61 yards respectively. Mihalko led the SVC ground game with 55 yards on 17 carries.

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1 7 0

SCORING SUMMARY 2 0 0

3 7 0

4 7 7

F 21 7

First Quarter 08:34 - W&J - DeCicco 11yd pass from Rometo (Kelly kick) Third Quarter 02:30 - W&J - McAlister 5yd run (Kelly kick)

Fourth Quarter 05:34 - SVC - Blaszkowski 84 yd pass from Smith (Jones kick) 02:45 - W&J - Bovina 0yd fumble recovery (Kelly kick)

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TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards Rushing TD Passes Att-Comp-INT Passing Yards Passing TD Total Offense: Plays-Yds Punt Returns-Yards Kick Returns-Yards Interceptions-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time

W&J 17 36-179 1 14-26-0 156 1 62-335 3-16 2-24 1-0 1-0 9-97 31:55

SVC 13 35-106 0 13-28-1 189 1 63-295 3-10 3-85 0-0 2-2 4-35 28:05

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: SVC- Mihalko 17-52; Smith 8-33 W&J - McAlister 13-90; Taylor 11-72 Passing: SVC - Smith 12-27-1-185 W&J - Rometo 14-25-0-156 Receiving: SVC - Blaszkowski 3-85; Loughner 3-61 W&J - Besong 5-49; Roycroft 3-63 Tackles (UA-A): SVC - Rowan 4-7; Fortunato 2-7 W&J - Sorice 2-9; Sedunov 3-4


October 24, 2009 Geneva 38 (6-1) Saint Vincent 20 (0-8) Site: Beaver Falls, PA Reeves Field Attendance: 3240

Temperature: NA Weather: NA Time of Game: 3:00

The Bearcats were unable to hold a fourth quarter lead, falling to Geneva College on the road by a score of 38-20.

Saint Vincent opened the game with a turnover, but strong play from the Bearcat defense kept Geneva off the board on their opening drive. However, a tipped pass led to an interception on SVC's second drive, and Matt Dean later scored on a 2yard run to give Geneva a 7-0 lead.

The game then turned into a defensive struggle, but SVC managed to tie the score with just over two minutes left in the second quarter, when Jake Smith hit tight end Allen Neiderer with a 7-yard touchdown pass. Smith had helped to keep the drive alive on three occasions, rushing for a trio of first downs.

Just over 30 seconds later, Dean ran for his second TD of the game, a 48-yard run. The extra point gave Geneva the lead, 14-13, and they added to it four minutes later with a 36-yard field goal from Nick DiPietro.

Saint Vincent fought back early in the fourth. On a third down play, Smith ran 37 yards to the Geneva 15, then hit Neiderer with a 15-yard strike on the next play that gave the Bearcats a 20-17 advantage with 14:26 left in the fourth. On the ensuing kickoff, AJ Delmonico broke free for a 74-yard touchdown, but the play was shrouded in controversy. A penalty was called on Geneva for a personal foul -- which appeared to take place during the return. However, after a lengthy meeting by the officials, the touchdown was allowed to stand and the penalty was ruled a dead-ball violation, and Geneva took a 24-20 lead. After SVC fumbled on the kickoff, Geneva took over on the Bearcat 42, driving to the end zone in seven plays to take a 31-20 lead. They added a late score that made it 38-20.

Jake Smith rushed for 86 yards to lead Saint Vincent (0-8), and was 14-of-34 passing for 154 yards and two touchdowns. Jeremy Drischler caught 3 passes for 47 yards, while Zach Mihalko had 3 receptions for 24 yards. Allen Neiderer and Sheldon Loughner had two catches each. David Ribero led the defense with 11 tackles, including one sack, while Armando Fortunato recorded 10 tackles and one sack.

SVC GEN

1 0 7

SCORING SUMMARY 2 7 0

3 6 10

4 7 21

First Quarter 10:01 - GEN - Dean 2yd run (DiPietro kick)

F 20 38

Second Quarter 02:13 - SVC - Neiderer 7yd pass from Smith (Jones kick)

Third Quarter 05:36 -SVC- Quirin 10yd punt return (rush failed) 05:03 - GEN - Dean 48yd run (Santarsiero kick) 01:03 - GEN - DiPietro 36yd field goal Fourth Quarter 14:26 - SVC - Neiderer 15yd pass from Smith (Jones kick) 14:15 - GEN - Delmonico 74yd kickoff return (Santarsiero kick) 10:17 - GEN - Dean 4yd run (Santarsiero kick) 03:26 - GEN - Muschette 7yd run (Santarsiero kick)

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards Rushing TD Passes Att-Comp-INT Passing Yards Passing TD Total Offense: Plays-Yds Punt Returns-Yards Kick Returns-Yards Interceptions-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time

SVC 12 30-111 0 14-34-2 154 2 64-265 2-29 6-56 0-0 4-2 5-33 24:33

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: SVC- Smith 14-85; Mihalko 11-17 GEN - Dean 7-66; Barge 9-50 Passing: SVC - Smith 14-34-2-154 GEN - Girardi 20-25-0-169 Receiving: SVC - Drischler 3-47; Mihalko 3-25 GEN - Thurston 9-92; O’Patchen 3-30 Tackles (UA-A): SVC - Ribero 9-2; Fortunato 9-1 GEN - Hejerika 6-3; Kolesar 5-2

GEN 18 47-182 4 20-25-0 169 0 71-351 2-9 4-114 2-60 3-2 12-90 35:27

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In the third quarter, the Bearcats forced a pair of turnovers and kept Geneva off the board, then took advantage of a punt block to take the lead. On a third and 15 play, Golden Tornado quarterback David Girardi attempted a punt from inside his own 10 yard line, but the Bearcat line partially blocked the attempt, and linebacker Tom Quirin grabbed the ball out of the air and ran it 10 yards into the end zone for a Bearcat score. The extra point attempt never materialized, as the snap was dropped, and SVC led 13-7 with 5:36 remaining in the third quarter.

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October 31, 2009 Thiel 38 (3-5) Saint Vincent 14 (0-9) Site: Greenville, PA Aluni Field Attendance: 565

Temperature: 51 Weather: Partly sunny Time of Game: 2:45

The Bearcats turned the ball over seven times in a 38-14 loss to Thiel College on the road.

Three Saint Vincent fumbles led to 17 first half points as Thiel opened up a 31-7 advantage midway through the game, and SVC was unable to recover.

Just over five minutes into the game, the Bearcats fumbled near midfield, but the defense stopped the Tomcats' drive at the 15, forcing John Madeline to hit a 33-yard field goal that put the hosts up 3-0.

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Less than a minute into the second quarter, Thiel completed a 10-play, 86-yard drive with a pass from Willie Bova to Tyler Dejong from 27 yards out, making it 10-0. The Bearcats fumbled the kickoff, and Thiel scored just four plays later to make it 17-0.

This time, the Saint Vincent offense struck quickly. Chris Brown ran for 13 yards on first down, then Jake Smith hit Sheldon Loughner with a 42 yard pass to the Thiel five yard line. On the next play, Hank Neurouter ran for the score and the gap was down to ten, 17-7. However, Thiel put together another solid drive, moving the ball 65 yards on just seven plays, capped by another scoring pass by Bova, this time to Dan McKall from 11 yards out, and the Tomcats led 24-7. Three plays later, Saint Vincent fumbled again, leading to another Thiel touchdown before the break.

The second half started on a better note for the Bearcats, as Smith hit Christian Sutton down the middle of the field with a 21-yard scoring strike on a fourth down play that made it 31-14. After the defense stopped Thiel, Saint Vincent started another drive, but failed to convert fourth down play from the Thiel 10 and turned the ball over on downs. In the fourth quarter, Saint Vincent quarterbacks were intercepted inside the ten yard line on three occasions, and Thiel cruised to a 38-14 victory.

Saint Vincent (0-9) was led on the ground by Jake Smith, who gained 69 yards on six carries. Chris Brown had 7 carries for 33 yards. Smith was 24-of-42 through the air for 219 yards on the day, while Caleb Gelsomino was 3-7 for 21 yards. Sheldon Loughner caught five passes for 68 yards, while Christian Sutton also had five catches, good for 62 yards. Jeremy Drischler likewise had 5 receptions on the day tallying 49 yards. Defensively, SVC was led by David Ribero's 9.5 tackles. Rob James and John Jackson each recorded six tackles on the day.

SVC THI

1 0 3

SCORING SUMMARY 2 7 28

3 7 0

First Quarter 04:15 - THI - Madeline 33yd field goal

4 0 7

F 14 38

Second Quarter 14:16 - THI - Dejong 27yd pass from Bova (Madeline kick) 12:52 - THI - Gargano 12yd pass fro Bova (Madeline kick) 12:00 - SVC - Neurouter 5yd run (Jones kick) 08:24 - THI - Mackall 11yd pass from Bova (Madeline kick) 03:14 - THI - Bova 3yd run (Madeline kick) Third Quarter 10:06 - SVC - Sutton 21yd pass from Smith (Jones kick)

Fourth Quarter 04:49 - THI - Dejong 13yd pass from Bova (Madeline kick)

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TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards Rushing TD Passes Att-Comp-INT Passing Yards Passing TD Total Offense: Plays-Yds Punt Returns-Yards Kick Returns-Yards Interceptions-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time

SVC 21 23-140 1 27-49-4 240 1 72-380 4-38 6-76 0-0 3-3 5-60 25:07

THI 24 38-69 1 27-42-0 373 4 79-442 0-0 3-45 4-33 1-1 7-93 34:53

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: SVC- Smith 6-69; Brown 7-33 THI - Gargano 8-36; Hess 14-25 Passing: SVC - Smith 24-42-3-219; Gelsomino 3-7-1-21 THI - Bova 27-42-0-373 Receiving: SVC - Loughner 5-68; Sutton 5-62 THI - Taylor 8-160; Dejong 7-83 Tackles (UA-A): SVC - Ribero 8-3; Catalano 2-6 THI - Swartzfager 5-2; Madeline 5-0


November 14, 2009 Bethany 34 (3-7) Saint Vincent 13 (0-10)

Site: Latrobe, PA Chuck Noll Field Attendance: 1667

Temperature: 71 Weather: Sunny Time of Game: 2:40

Visiting Bethany College handed the Bearcats a 34-13 loss in the season finale at Chuck Noll Field.

Using a strong passing attack led by quarterback Dan Pegg, the Bison jumped out to a 22-0 halftime lead and never looked back, while the Bearcat offense committed five costly turnovers in defeat.

Pegg, who completed 29 of 41 passes for 341 yards, got the Bison on the board first, finding tight end Jorge Laboy with a 16-yard scoring strike with 6:31 left in the opening quarter. The extra point attempt was no good, and Bethany led 6-0.

The teams then traded scorless possessions over the remainder of the first quarter, before Bethany opened up the second stanza by embarking on a long drive. The Bison eventually advanced as deep as the SVC 2-yardline, but the Bearcat defense made a goaline stand, capped off with Jim Muraco and Jeff Graham stopping BC tailback Eric Walker just short of the end zone on fourth-and-goal.

Saint Vincent started the second half off in fine fashion, capping off a long drive when fullback Marc Gonzales plunged up the middle for his first career touchdown run. Aaron Jones' extra point attempt was good, cutting the Bearcat deficit to 22-7 with nine minutes left in the third quarter. The visitors answered right back on the ensuing drive, with Pegg completing three quick passes, the final of which was a 50-yard scoring strike to Ed Holmes to make the score 28-7 with six minutes left in the quarter.

Again, Saint Vincent countered with another long drive, with the big play being an 18-yard pass from Corona to Jeremy Drischler, aided by a Bethany roughing the passer penalty, to set up another SVC first-and-goal inside the 10. After a six-yard pass from Corona to Phil Masciantonio, the Bearcats were again aided by a Bethany penalty, with an offside call setting the ball up just outside the three yardline. Two plays later, Corona found Gabelt, who bullied into the end zone for the two-yard touchdown with 40 seconds remaining in the quarter. The extra point was blocked, and the game entered the fourth quarter with Bethany ahead 28-13. The Bearcat defense made another big play to open up the final quarter, as Armando Fortunato scooped up a failed Bethany lateral, and raced to the Bison 18. Corona then hit Masciantonio in the back of the end zone for what appeared to be a Bearcat touchdown, but officials ruled the receiver was out of bounds. The drive then fizzled, as Bethany regained the ball on the turnover on downs.

After Bethany punted on its next possession, SVC picked up a trio of first downs, advancing the ball to midfield. The drive ended abruptly, with Bethany's Kyle Arrington picking off a Corona pass at the BC 30 and advancing it back to midfield. Six plays later, Pegg ended the day's scoring with a five yard scramble into the end zone, making the score 34-13 with 3:30 remaining in regulation.

BET SVC

1 6 0

SCORING SUMMARY 2 16 0

3 6 13

4 6 0

F 34 13

First Quarter 06:31 - BET - Laboy 16 yd pass from Pegg (kick failed)

Second Quarter 08:55 - BET - Team safety 04:19 - BET - Walker 2yd run (Gibboney kick) 00:21 - BET - Cruse 37yd pass from Pegg (Gibboney kick)

Third Quarter 09:07 - SVC - Gonzales 3yd run (Jones kick) 06:00 - BET - Holmes 50yd p ass from Pegg (kick failed) 03:02 - SVC - Gabelt 2yd p ass from Corona (kick blocked) Fourth Quarter 03:30 - BET - Pegg 5yd run (kick failed)

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards Rushing TD Passes Att-Comp-INT Passing Yards Passing TD Total Offense: Plays-Yds Punt Returns-Yards Kick Returns-Yards Interceptions-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time

BET 26 30-99 2 29-41-0 341 3 71-440 0-0 64-58 4-85 1-1 10-77 31:46

SVC 16 37-108 1 15-31-4 139 1 68-247 2-25 6-122 0-0 1-1 8-55 28:14

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: SVC- Brown 10-34; Smith 6-33 BET - Walker 16-42; Sciortino 1-23 Passing: SVC - Smith 4-7-1-19; Corona 11-24-3-120 BET - Pegg 29-41-341 Receiving: SVC - Gabelt 5-36; Loughner 3-42 BET - Holmes 7-72; Cruse 5-113 Tackles (UA-A): SVC - Rowan 2-7; Ribero 3-6 BET - Arrington 4-8; Powell 5-4

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The Bearcats were unable to cash in on the momentum, however, and four plays later, the Bison recorded a team safety on an SVC punt attempt, as the snap sailed out of the end zone, putting the visitors ahead 8-0 with eight minutes left in the half. The Bison scored twice more over the final five minutes of the second quarter, first on a two-yard dive by Walker with 4:19 left, and then on a 37-yard strike from Pegg to Matt Cruse with 20 seconds remaining, sending Bethany into the intermission with the 22-0 advantage.

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2009 FINAL STATISTICS RECORD ALL GAMES:

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DATE September 5 September 12 September 19 September 26 October 3 October 10 October 17 October 24 October 31 November 14

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OVERALL (0-10)

OPPONENT @ McDaniel GENEVA WESTMISNTER @ Waynesburg @ Grove City THOMAS MORE WASH & JEFF @ Geneva @ Thiel BETHANY

TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards Gained Yards Lost Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-INT Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game Passing Touchdowns TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: No-Yards PUNT RETURNS: No-Yards INT RETURNS: No-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS PUNTS-YARDS Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION AVERAGE 3RD DOWN CONVERSIONS Percentage 4TH DOWN CONVERSIONS Percentage SACKS BY-YARDS TACKLES FOR LOSS-YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS RED ZONE SCORES Percentage PAT ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg per Game Score by Quarters Saint Vincent Opponent

1 40 81

2 26 108

3 33 87

HOME (0-5)

AWAY (0-5)

SVC 167 16.7 152 56 77 19 805 1072 267 293 2.7 80.5 1943 167-348-24 5.6 11.6 194.3 17 2748 641 4.3 274.8 50-1144 29-211 6-36 19.1 7.3 6.0 19-14 59-484 50-1647 32.9 29.1 25:48 47-145 32% 15-34 44% 21-112 75-246 24 2-2 18-29 62% 17-23 (74%) 7102 5/1420

OPP 356 35.6 210 91 104 15 1632 1901 269 413 4.0 163.2 2334 197-298-6 7.8 11.8 233.4 20 3966 711 5.6 396.6 33-576 17-153 24-377 17.5 9.0 15.6 9-5 91-843 51-1777 34.8 29.9 34:12 59-145 41% 14-21 66% 24-142 70-269 49 6-10 39-48 81% 40-47 (85%) 11881 5/2376

RESULT L, 37-52 L, 17-32 L, 14-27 L, 12-33 L, 20-41 L, 13-40 L, 7-21 L, 20-38 L, 14-38 L, 13-34

4 68 80

REC (0-1) (0-2) (0-3) (0-4) (0-5) (0-6) (0-7) (0-8) (0-9) (0-10)

OT 0 0

TOT 167 356

Rushing Zach Mihalko Jake Smith Jairus Marlow Chris Brown Mike Kale Hank Neurouter Caleb Gelsomino Marc Gonzales Joe Strickland Mike Speal Anthony Johnson Rob James Christian Sutton Dan Blaszkowski Kevin Corona TOTAL OPPONENT

GP 10 9 7 4 10 8 3 10 10 10 3 10 7 10 7 10 10

ATT GAIN LOSS 331 94 34 288 41 50 192 63 63 90 23 4 28 7 0 15 7 0 12 2 0 12 7 1 13 10 3 7 1 0 5 1 0 6 2 2 0 1 0 2 2 6 71 1 99 293 1072 267 413 1901 269

Passing Kevin Corona Jake Smith Caleb Gelsomino Mike Kale Jairus Marlow Dan Blaszkowski TOTAL OPPONENT

GP CMP ATT 181 7 85 156 9 7 7 3 3 1 10 0 1 7 1 1 10 1 10 167 348 10 197 298

Punt Returns Dan Blaszkowski Tom Quirin Terry Kernan TOTAL OPPONENTS

No 24 3 2 29 17

Receiving GP Sheldon Loughner 10 Marvin Daney 10 Jeremy Drischler 8 Jake Gabelt 8 Jairus Marlow 7 Zach Mihalko 10 Dan Blaszkowski 10 Christian Sutton 7 Phil Masciantonio 7 Marc Gonzales 10 Derek Wiley 5 Allen Neiderer 10 Chris Brown 4 Joe Strickland 10 Jeff Woodring 9 Rob Minjock 4 Mike Kale 10 Jake Smith 9 Steven Meyer 4 TOTAL 10 OPPONENT 10

REC YDS 437 29 227 21 217 20 153 15 192 14 108 14 120 9 160 8 83 7 68 7 47 4 46 4 9 4 26 3 24 2 16 2 2 2 4 1 4 1 167 1943 197 2334

Kick Returns Zach Mihalko Jairus Marlow Rob James Sheldon Loughner Mike Kale Terry Kernan Jake Gabelt Hank Neurouter TOTAL OPPONENTS

Yds 792 150 105 19 26 18 34 0 1144 576

No 35 8 6 4 2 2 2 1 60 33

Yds 175 19 17 211 153

Avg 7.3 6.3 8.5 7.3 9.0

Avg 22.6 18.8 17.5 4.8 13.0 9.0 17.0 0.0 19.1 17.5

INT 14 9 1 0 0 0 24 6

NET AVG 297 3.2 238 5.8 129 2.0 86 3.7 28 4.0 15 2.1 12 6.0 11 1.6 10 1.0 7 7.0 5 5.0 4 2.0 0 0.0 -4 -2.0 -28 -0.9 805 2.7 1632 4.0

PCT YDS 47.0 967 49.4 949 42.9 21 0.0 4 100 2 100 0 48.0 1943 66.1 2334

AVG TD LNG 42 15.1 3 46 10.8 2 34 10.9 1 37 10.2 3 61 13.7 1 33 7,7 1 84 13.3 1 51 20.0 2 53 11.9 1 16 9.7 0 29 11.8 0 15 11.5 2 8 2.2 0 12 8.7 0 17 12.0 0 10 8.0 0 3 1.0 0 4 4.0 0 4 4.0 0 84 11.6 17 60 11.8 20 TD LNG 0 20 1 13 0 11 1 20 1 90 TD LNG 0 40 0 45 0 48 0 15 0 15 0 11 0 19 0 0 0 48 1 74

TD 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 26 TD 9 7 0 0 1 0 17 20 AVG/G 43.7 22.7 27.1 19.1 27.4 10.7 12.0 22.9 11.9 6.8 9.4 4.6 2.2 2.6 2.7 4.0 0.2 0.4 1.0 194.3 233.4


Interceptions Rob James Roscoe Barber Tom Quirin TOTAL OPPONENTS

NO 4 1 1 6 24

TD 0 0 1 1 0

ATT PCT 1.00 2

1-19 20-29 LNG BLK 2-2 0 24 0-0

Fumble Returns David Ribero Armando Fortunato TOTAL OPPONENTS

NO 1 1 2 3

YDS AVG 6.0 6 12.0 12 9.0 18 12.7 38

Punting Ben Pastorek Mike Kale Mike Wenderski TOTAL OPPONENTS

No 32 14 4 50 51

Yds 1031 455 161 1647 1777

Field Goals Aaron Jones

FG 2

G 10 7 10 10 9 10 8 8 7 10 4 7 10 10 10 5 10 10 10 9 4 8 3 10 3 4 78 10 10

SCORING Aaron Jones Jairus Marlow Jake Gabelt Sheldon Loughner Allen Neiderer Christian Sutton Tom Quirin Marvin Daney Zach Mihalko Phil Masciantonio Dan Blaszkowski Hank Neurouter Jeremy Drischler Marc Gonzales TOTAL OPPONENTS

TD 0 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 24 49

Avg 32.2 32.5 40.2 32.9 34.8

RSH REC 297 108 129 192 0 437 -4 120 238 4 0 227 0 217 0 153 0 160 4 0 86 9 0 83 11 68 28 2 0 0 0 47 0 46 10 26 0 0 0 24 0 16 15 0 12 0 7 0 5 0 0 4 -28 0 805 1943 1632 2334 FG 2-2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-3 6-6

TD 0 0 0 1

LNG 6 12 12 14

Lng 45 53 46 53 83

TB 0 1 1 2 2

FC 7 3 0 10 1

I-20 2 3 2 7 19

PR 0 0 0 175 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 0 0 0 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 211 153

KR 792 150 19 0 0 0 0 34 0 105 0 0 0 26 0 0 0 0 18 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1144 576

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 36 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 36 377

TOT 1197 471 456 291 242 227 217 187 160 109 85 83 79 56 55 47 46 36 35 24 16 15 12 7 5 4 -28 4139 5072

Saf 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

Pts 23 18 18 18 12 12 12 12 12 6 6 6 6 6 167 356

PAT Kick Rush Rec 0 0 17-23 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17-23 0 0 40-48

Total Offense Jake Smith Kevin Corona Zach Mihalko Jairus Marlow Chris Brown Caleb Gelsomino Mike Kale Hank Neurouter Marc Gonzales Joe Strickland Mike Speal Anthony Johnson Rob James Dan Blaszkowski TEAM TOTAL OPPONENTS

G 9 7 10 7 4 3 10 8 10 10 10 3 10 10 5 10 10

PLY 197 212 94 64 23 9 8 7 7 10 1 1 2 3 2 651 711

RSH PASS TOT 238 949 1187 -28 939 967 297 297 0 131 129 2 85 86 0 33 12 21 28 32 4 15 15 0 11 11 0 10 10 0 7 7 0 5 5 0 4 4 0 -4 -4 0 -5 -5 0 805 1943 2748 1632 2334 3966

Avg/g 131.9 134.1 29.7 18.1 21.5 11.0 3.2 1.9 1.1 1.0 0.7 1.7 0.4 -0.4 -1.0 274.8 396.6

Team Game-by-Game Statistics

OFFENSE

Rushing No Yds TD @ McDaniel 20 59 2 GENEVA 33 40 0 WESTMINSTER 22 50 0 @ Waynesburg 36 104 0 @ Grove City 26 27 0 THOMAS MORE 31 60 1 WASH. & JEFF 35 106 0 @ Geneva 30 111 0 @ Thiel 23 140 1 BETHANY 37 108 1 Saint Vincent 293 805 5 Opponents 413 1632 26

Passing Lng Cmp Att Int Yds TD 18 19 35 0 342 3 15 16 29 2 173 1 22 16 38 4 175 2 23 12 38 2 94 2 14 14 29 0 198 3 14 21 37 5 239 1 11 13 28 1 189 1 37 14 34 2 154 2 29 27 49 4 240 1 14 15 31 4 139 1 37 167 348 24 1943 17 48 197 298 6 2334 20

Lng 61 31 33 15 51 43 84 34 42 19 84 60

TOT OFF 401 213 225 198 225 299 295 265 380 247 2748 3966

.....TACKLES....... SACKS FUMB Sol Ast Tot TFL-Yds No-Yds FF FR Int Yds 42 42 63.0 6.0-20 1 0 0 0 1.0-7 @ McDaniel 33 60 63.0 10.0-32 0 0 1 36 5.0-17 GENEVA 0 0 0 0 2.0-13 WESTMINSTER 32 62 63.0 7.0-29 0 1 2 0 4.0-16 @ Waynesburg 47 22 58.0 8.0-26 50 24 62.0 8.0-24 0 0 2 0 3.0-17 @ Grove City 0 0 1 0 1.0-1 THOMAS MORE 26 54 43.0 8.0-22 24 46 47.0 3.0-6 0 0 0 0 0.0-0 WASH. & JEFF 60 10 65.0 12.0-41 2 2 0 0 3.0-20 @ Geneva 49 28 63.0 8.0-31 1 1 0 0 2.0-21 @ Thiel 31 44 53.0 5.0-16 0 1 0 0 0.0-0 BETHANY 394 392 590 75.0-246 21.0-112 4 5 6 36 Saint Vincent 352 208 506 71.0-269 25.0-142 13 13 24 377 Opponents DEFENSE

RETURNS

@ McDaniel GENEVA WESTMINSTER @ Waynesburg @ Grove City THOMAS MORE WASH. & JEFF @ Geneva @ Thiel BETHANY Saint Vincent Opponents

......KICK RET...... No Yds TD Lng 156 0 8 35 136 0 6 40 113 0 6 25 125 0 5 45 141 0 7 28 134 0 7 26 85 4 0 48 56 6 0 24 76 6 0 20 122 0 6 39 60 1144 0 48 576 1 33 74

2009 SEASON REVIEW

All-Purpose Zach Mihalko Jairus Marlow Sheldon Loughner Dan Blaszkowski Jake Smith Marvin Daney Jeremy Drischler Jake Gabelt Christian Sutton Rob James Chris Brown Phil Masciantonio Marc Gonzales Mike Kale Tom Quirin Derek Wiley Allen Neiderer Joe Strickland Terry Kernan Jeff Woodring Rob Minjock Hank Neurouter Caleb Gelsomino Mike Speal Anthony Johnson Steven Meyer Kevin Corona TOTAL OPPONENTS

2009 FINAL STATISTICS

YDS AVG 0.0 0 0.0 0 36.0 36 6.0 36 377 15.7

.....PUNT RET..... No Yds TD Lng 12 0 13 3 9 0 9 1 35 0 12 4 12 0 6 3 45 0 16 3 4 0 3 4 10 0 6 3 21 1 11 2 38 0 11 4 25 0 20 2 1 20 29 211 1 90 17 153

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2009 FINAL STATISTICS

2009 SEASON REVIEW

DEFENSE

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David Ribero Alex Rowan Sean Hufgard Armando Fortunato Josh Catalano John Jackson Jeff Graham Rob James Evan Lucas Joe Titler Anthony Johnson Jim Muraco Roscoe Barber Quillian Reid Josh Diamond Jacob Kiefer Tom Quirin Dan Blaszkowski Mike Speal Calvin Demillion Chaz Coleman Terry Kernan Sheldon Loughner Nick Revis Marvin Daney Jake Gabelt Adam Beatty Mike Kale Zach Doebler Taofik Amokomowo Kelly Knepshield Basil Wilson Jarad Irvin Sean Sieg Jeremy Drischler Zach Auker Steve Shore Ray Wyder Justin Baker Mike Nadeau Jeff Achezinski TEAM Ukandu Soverall Derek Wiley Allen Neiderer Joe Strickland TOTAL OPPONENTS

G 10 10 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 3 10 8 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 10 10 9 10 8 3 10 6 10 10 6 6 10 8 2 8 9 2 5 8 5 1 5 10 10 10 10

UA 42 33 35 30 25 26 14 23 12 10 13 9 13 13 13 8 9 10 3 5 8 7 4 4 4 1 2 1 3 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 394 352

Tackles

Ast 44 38 28 30 29 21 27 8 16 18 14 18 13 12 10 14 13 3 9 7 4 1 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 392 308

Tot 86 71 63 60 54 47 41 31 28 28 27 27 26 25 23 22 22 13 12 12 12 7 5 5 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 786 660

Tfl-Yds 13.5-32 4.5-14 1.5-3 12.0-47 4.0-9 10.0-29 6.0-16 1.0-1 4.5-23 2.0-12 4.5-19 0.5-1 4.0-10 1.0-2 0.5-1 3.5-25 1.0-1 1.0-1 75-246 71-269

Sacks

No-Yds 2.5-13 1.0-6 2.0-15 2.0-4 3.0-10 1.0-4 3.0-16 1.0-7 1.5-10 1.5-7 2.5-20 21-112 25-142

Pass Defense

INT 4 1 1 6 24

Yds 0 0 36 36 377

Brup 1 2 3 1 1 2 5 1 1 4 3 1 1 2 27 41

Rcv 1 1 1 1 1 5 14

Fumbles Yds 6 0 12 0 0 18 38

FF 1 1 1 1 4 14


TEAM Points Scored............ 37 - @ McDaniel (Sept 5) Total Yards................ 401 - @ McDaniel (Sept 5) Rushing Yards........... 140 - @ Thiel (Oct 31) Rushing Attempts..... 37 - vs. Bethany (Nov. 14) Rushing TDs............. 2 - @ McDaniel (Sept 5) Passing Yards............ 342 - @ McDaniel (Sept 5) Passes Completed.... 27 - @ Thiel (Nov. 14) Passes Attempted..... 49 - @ Thiel (Nov. 14) Passing TDs.............. 3 - @ McDaniel (Sept 5) 3 - @ Grove City (Oct 3) First Downs.............. 21 - @ Thiel (Oct 31) Penalties................... 10 - @ Grove City (Oct 3) Penalty Yards............ 75 - @ Grove City (Oct 3) Sacks By.................... 5 - vs. Geneva (Sept 12)

Long Pass.................. INTThrown................ Receptions................ Yards Receiving....... TD Receptions.......... Long Reception......... Field Goals............... Punts......................... Punting Average....... Long Punt.................. Long Punt Return..... Long Kick Return..... Tackles...................... Sacks......................... Tackles For Loss....... Interceptions............

17 - Zach Mihalko vs. Wash. & Jeff (Oct 17) 85 - Jake Smith - @ Geneva (Oct 24) 2 - Jairus Marlow - @ McDaniel (Sept 5) 37 - Jake Smith - @ Geneva (Oct 24) 42 - Jake Smith - @ Thiel (Oct 31) 24 - Jake Smith - @ Thiel (Oct 31) 265 - Kevin Corona - @ McDaniel (Sept 5) 2 - Kevin Corona (THREE TIMES) 2 - Jake Smith - @ Geneva (Oct 24) 84 - Jake Smith - vs. Wash & Jeff (Oct 17) 4 - Kevin Corona - vs. Thomas More (Oct 10) 5 - NINE TIMES 84 - Dan Blaszkowski - vs. Wash. & Jeff (Oct 17) 2 - Allen Neiderer - @ Geneva (Oct 24) 84 - Dan Blaszkowski - vs. Wash. & Jeff (Oct 17) 1 - Aaron Jones (TWO TIMES) 8 - Ben Pastorek - @ Grove City (Oct 13) 43.0 - Mike Kale - @ Thiel (Oct 31) 53 - Mike Kale - @ Thiel (Oct 31) 50 - Dan Blaszkowski - vs Bethany (Nov 14) 48 - Rob James - vs. Wash & Jeff (Oct 17) 13 - Anthony Johnson - @ Grove City (Oct 3) 1.5 - Anthony Johnson - @ Grove City (Oct 3) 3.5 - John Jackson - vs. Geneva (Sept 12) 2 - Rob James (TWO TIMES)

2009 GAME -BY-GAME STARTERS Gm 1 @ McD

Gm 2 vs. Gen

Gm 3 vs. Wes

Gm 4 @ Way

Gm 5 @ Gro

Gm 6 vs. TMC

OFFENSE

Gm 7 vs W&J

Gm 8 @ Gen

Gm 9 @ Thi

Gm 10 vs Bet

QB TB FB WR WR TE LT LG C RG RT

Corona Marlow Strickland Loughner Masciantonio Gabelt Shore Sieg Knepshield Mylant S. Smith

Corona Marlow Strickland Blaszkowski Gabelt Neiderer Shore Sieg Knepshield Mylant S. Smith

Corona Marlow Strickland Daney Neiderer Gabelt Shore Sieg Knepshield Mylant S. Smith

Corona Marlow Strickland Daney Loughner Gabelt Shore Sieg Knepshield Mylant Achezinski

Corona Marlow Strickland Daney Loughner Gabelt Achezinski Sieg Knepshield S. Smith Mylant

Corona Marlow Strickland Daney Neiderer Gabelt Shore Sieg Knepshield Mylant Achezinski

J. Smith Mihalko Strickland Daney Loughner Neiderer Haggerty Sieg Knepshield Mylant Amokomowo

J. Smith Mihalko Strickland Drischler Loughner Gabelt Shore Sieg Knepshield Mylant Amokomowo

J. Smith Mihalko Strickland Drischler Loughner Neiderer Shore Sieg Knepshield Mylant Achezinski

J. Smith Mihalko Strickland Blaszkowski Loughner Gabelt Shore Sieg Knepshield Mylant Amokomowo

DE DT DT DE OLB MLB MLB OLB CB S CB

Titler Lucas Muraco Graham Kiefer Ribero Quirin Rowan Reid Hufgard Barber

Demillion Lucas Muraco Jackson Kiefer Ribero Quirin Rowan Reid Hufgard Barber

Graham Lucas Muraco Jackson Fortunato Johnson Ribero Rowan Reid Hufgard Barber

Graham Lucas Muraco Jackson Quirin Jackson Ribero Rowan Reid Hufgard Barber

Graham Lucas Muraco Jackson Quirin Johnson Ribero Rowan Reid Hufgard Barber

Graham Lucas Muraco Jackson Quirin Catalano Ribero Rowan Reid Hufgard Barber

Graham Lucas Muraco Jackson Fortunato Ribero Catalano Rowan James Diamond Barber

Graham Lucas Muraco Jackson Fortunato Ribero Catalano Rowan Reid Diamond James

Graham Lucas Muraco Jackson Fortunato Ribero Catalano Rowan Reid Diamond James

Graham Lucas Muraco Jackson Fortunato Ribero Catalano Rowan Reid Diamond James

DEFENSE

2009 SEASON REVIEW

LONGEST PLAYS FROM SCRIMMAGE 84 - J. Smith pass to D. Blaszkowski - vs. Wash & Jeff 61 - K. Corona pass to J. Marlow - @ McDaniel 53 - K. Corona pass to P. Masciantonio - @ McDaniel 51 - J. Smith pass to C. Sutton - @ Grove City 46 - K. Corona pass to M. Daney - @ McDaniel 43 - J. Smith pass to C. Sutton - vs. Thomas More 42 - K. Corona pass to M. Daney - @ Grove City 42 - J. Smith pass to S. Loughner - @ Thiel 37 - J. Smith rush - @ Geneva 34 - J. Smith pass to J. Drischler - @ Geneva

INDIVIDUAL Rushes....................... Yards Rushing.......... TD Rushes................ Long Rush................. Pass Attempts........... Pass Completions..... Passing Yards............ TD Passes.................

2009 GAME HIGHS

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THE PRESIDENTS’ ATHLETIC CONFERENCE 34

Founded in 1955, the Presidents’ Athletic Conference continues its mission of promoting intercollegiate athletics and the pursuit of academic excellence. Comprised of 10 select private colleges - Bethany College, Chatham University, Geneva College, Grove City College, Saint Vincent College, Thiel College, Thomas More College, Washington & Jefferson College, Waynesburg University, and Westminster College - the PAC remains a unique organization in this day of high pressure intercollegiate athletics. With academics at the center of each member’s philosophy, the PAC is built on the principle that an athletic program is a part of college life, but not an entity in itself. The PAC expanded to seven members in 2005 with the addition of Thomas More College, formerly an NCAA Division III independent. Saint Vincent College, a former NAIA member, joined the conference as it began provisional membership status in NCAA Division III in 2006-07, and is now a full member of the NCAA. Another NAIA member, Geneva College, became the conference’s ninth member and began league play as it started Division III provisional membership in 2007-08. Chatham College became the league’s 10th member, also in 2007-08. The PAC annually crowns champions in 19 sports. In 2009-10, the conference had 42 teams represent the conference in postseason play, including 23 in NCAA Championship events. PAC championship teams receive automatic qualification status for most NCAA Division III national championship events. All-conference status is awarded in all 19 sports. Head coaches select all-league squads for all team sports, while in individual sports, such as cross country and tennis, All-PAC accolades are based upon performances at the conference championships. The PAC annually awards its men’s and women’s All Sports Trophies to the schools which perform best across the board in PAC competition. The Grove City and Washington & Jefferson men tied for the top spot in the 2009-10 year, while the Westminster women captured the women’s All-Sports Trophy. True to its mission, the PAC has produced numerous Academic All-Americans and NCAA Postgrduate Scholarship winners. Last year, the league named over 600 student-athletes to the PAC Academic Honor Roll, which recognizes all participating student-athletes who attain a grade-point average of 3.60 or above.

2009 FINAL STANDINGS

Overall PAC Games SCHOOL W L W L Thomas More 6 0 11 1 Wash. & Jefferson 5 1 9 2 4 2 Grove City 5 5 Waynesburg 2 4 5 5 2 4 Westmisnter 4 6 Bethany 1 5 3 7 Thiel 1 5 3 7 Geneva* 8 3 Saint Vincent* 0 10 * Provisional NCAA D-III member; Ineligible for PAC title

The Presidents’ Athletic Conference 8500 Brooktree Road Wexford, PA 15090 www.pacathletics.org Executive Director: Joe Onderko Assistant Director: Shannon O’Brien

2009 SAINT VINCENT POSTSEASON AWARDEES PAC COACHES HONORS

The equivalent of All-PAC recognition for athletes from schools, like Saint Vincent, that are provisional members of NCAA Division-III

David Ribero, Fr, LB John Jackson, Jr, DL Sheldon Loughner, Jr, WR Rob James, Jr, DB Kelly Knepshield, Jr, C Zach Mihalko, So, KR/RB

PAC ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL Student-athletes who attained a GPA of at least 3.60 during their season of competition Josh Catalano, Fr, LB Zach Doebler, Jr, DL Jeff Graham, Jr, DL Kelly Knepshield, Jr, C Rob Minjock, Jr, WR Joe Mylant, Jr, OL Quillian Reid, Jr, DB Joe Shaffo, Fr, QB Joe Strickland, Jr, FB


TOTAL DEFENSE TEAM Wash. & Jeff Thomas More Geneva Westminster Grove City Saint Vincent Waynesburg Thiel Bethany

G 10 10 11 12 11 10 10 10 10

Rush 1610 1272 1891 2254 1646 1164 1364 536 805

Pass 2729 2544 2216 2180 2365 2470 2097 2593 1943

Plays 692 682 766 783 717 712 716 682 641

Yards 4339 3816 4107 4434 4011 3633 3461 3129 2748

Avg/P 6.3 5.6 5.4 5.7 5.6 5.1 4.8 4.6 4.3

TD 44 38 44 49 43 30 32 25 22

Yds/G 433.9 381.6 373.4 369.5 364.6 363.3 346.1 312.9 274.8

G 11 12 11 10 10 10 10 10 10

Rush 997 716 1240 1099 1728 1632 1519 1604 2271

Pass 1994 2588 2139 2558 1952 2334 2602 2588 1928

Plays 697 829 714 613 686 711 753 696 676

Yards 2991 3304 3379 3657 3680 3966 4121 4192 4199

Avg/P 4.3 4.0 4.7 6.0 5.4 5.5 5.5 6.0 6.2

TD 19 25 31 38 38 46 41 40 47

Avg/G 271.9 275.3 307.2 365.7 368.0 396.6 412.1 419.2 419.9

RUSHING 1.) Gerard Muschette - GEN 2.) Eric Walker - BET 3.) Nick. McKolosky - WES 4.) Cordario Collier - TMC 5.) Billy Becker - WAY

Yr Jr So Sr Sr Jr

Att 193 177 199 168 75

Yds 1183 879 744 868 491

Avg 6.1 5.0 3.7 5.2 6.5

PASSING 1.) Brad Dawson - WAY 2.) Willie Bova - THI 3.) Andrew DiDonato - GRO 4.) David Girardi - GEN 5.) Trevor Stellman - TMC

Yr So Sr Sr Jr Sr

Cmp 185 233 240 188 141

Att 326 382 368 302 228

Int 11 9 10 7 9

RECEPTIONS 1.) Brendan Taylor - THI 2.) Craig Besong - W&J 3.) Jon Gubish - WES 4.) Sam Thurston - GEN 5.) Luke O’Hara - GRO

Yr Sr Sr Sr Fr Jr

Rec 93 90 52 54 53

Yds TD Yd/c 1199 5 12.9 1064 9 11.8 646 8 12.4 544 3 10.1 591 7 11.2

RECEIVING YARDS 1.) Brendan Taylor - THI 2.) Craig Besong - WJ 3.) Jon Gubish - WES 4.) Matt Cruse- BET 5.) Luke O’Hara - GRO

TOTAL OFFENSE 1.) Andrew DiDonato - GRO 2.) Brad Dawson - WAY 3.) Willie Bova - THI 4.) Trevor Stellman - TMC 5.) David Girardi PUNT RETURN 1.) Jordon Rooney - WES 2.) Luis Perez - TMC 3.) Josh Buckley - W&J 4.) Jake Delmonico - GEN 5.) Dan Blaszkowski - SVC KICK RETURN 1.) Kyle Allen - WES 2.) Jake Delmonico - GEN 3.) Zach Mihalko - SVC 4.) AJ Delmonico - GEN 5.) Mercier Doucette- TMC

Yr Sr Sr Sr Sr Jr

Yr Sr So Sr Sr Jr Yr So Fr So Fr Sr Yr Fr Fr So So So

Rec 93 90 52 48 53

Td 14 11 9 11 8

Lng 77 50 26 52 42

Avg/g 107.5 87.9 82.7 72.3 61.4

Pct .567 .610 .652 .623 .618

Yds 2718 2541 2466 2216 2032

TD 23 13 18 10 26

Yds TD Yd/c 1199 5 12.9 1064 9 11.8 646 8 12.4 666 4 13.9 591 7 11.2

G 10 10 10 12 11

Rsh 528 33 173 657 -89

Pass 2466 2718 2541 2032 2216

Total 2994 2751 2714 2689 2127

No 14 12 27 15 24

Yds 159 132 261 132 175

TD 0 0 0 1 0

Lng 38 32 42 93 20

No 16 12 35 28 16

Yds 365 272 792 629 348

TD 0 0 0 1 0

Lng 55 46 40 74 57

Rec/g 9.3 8.2 6.5 5.4 5.3 Yd/g 119.9 96.7 80.8 66.6 11.2

Yd/g 299.4 275.1 271.4 224.1 193.4 Avg 11.4 11.0 9.7 8.8 7.4

Avg 22.8 22.7 22.6 22.5 21.8

ALL-PURPOSE 1.) Brendan Taylor - THI 2.) Zach Mihalko - SVC 3.) Ross Gargano - THI 4.) Gerard Muschette - GEN 5.) Eric Walker - BET

Yr Sr So So Jr So

Rsh 0 297 149 1183 879

TACKLES FOR LOSS 1.) Jacob Bloomhuff - W&J 2.) Brian Wilson - GEN 3.) David Ribero - SVC 4.) Brad Steinmetz - TMC 5.) Tyler Owens - TMC

Yr Sr Sr Fr Sr Jr

Solo Ast 13 3 11 6 10 7 7 13 10 6

TACKLES 1.) Jason Ferguson - GRO 2.) Troy Cree - WAY 3.) Brad Steinmetz - TMC 4.) Matt Dahle - BET 5.) David Ribero - SVC 6.) Nick Gramke - TMC 7.) Kyle Arrington - BET Sam Swartzfager - THI 9.) Brandon Kohrs - TMC 10.) Nelson Mitzen - BET

SACKS 1.) Jacob Bloomhuff - W&J 2.) Chad Boskat - W&J 3.) Jay Volker - TMC 4.) Brian Wilson - GEN 5.) Brad Steinmetz PASSES DEFENDED 1.) Abdul Yusuff - WAY 2.) Rich Kolesar - GEN 3.) Randy Santina - GRO Zach Autenreib - TMC 5.) Jamaal Herring - TMC

INTERCEPTIONS 1.) Zach Autenreib - TMC 2.) Rich Kolesar - GEN Craig Sedunov - W&J 4.) Kyle Allen - WES 5.) Rob James - SVC Randy Santina - GRO Mario Camerota - WES

Yr So Jr Sr Sr Fr Fr Fr Sr Sr Sr

Yr Sr Sr So Sr Sr Yr Sr Jr So Fr Fr Yr Fr Jr Jr Fr Jr So Sr

G 10 9 12 10 10 12 10 10 12 10

Rec PR KR Yds Avg/g 1199 0 0 1199 119.9 108 0 792 1197 119.7 362 63 458 1032 114.7 69 69 0 1252 113.8 249 0 0 1128 112.8 UA 62 66 41 39 42 35 33 48 45 41

Solo Ast 12 3 4 4 5 1 7 0 3 4 G 10 11 10 12 12

G 12 11 11 9 10 10 10

Ast 43 26 56 49 44 60 40 25 42 31

Tot 105 92 107 87 86 95 73 73 87 72

Avg/g 10.5 10.2 8.9 8.7 8.6 7.9 7.3 7.3 7.2 7.2

Yds 80 26 29 66 28

Tot 16 8 7 7 7

Avg/g 1.45 0.73 0.58 0.64 0.58

Yds 43 97 56 23 0 39 77

TD 1 1 2 0 0 0 0

Yds Tot 82 14.5 87 14.0 32 13.5 48 13.5 106 13.0

Avg/g 1.32 1.27 1.35 1.12 1.08

BrUp Int Tot Avg/g 11 1 12 1.20 8 5 13 1.18 6 4 10 1.00 3 9 12 1.00 9 2 11 0.92 No 9 5 5 4 4 4 4

Avg/g 0.75 0.45 0.45 0.44 0.40 0.40 0.40

THE PRESIDENTS’ ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

TOTAL OFFENSE TEAM Waynesburg Grove City Geneva Thomas More Wash. & Jeff Bethany Westminster Thiel Saint Vincent

2009 PAC STATISTICS

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HISTORICAL TIMELINE Ever since one of the first documented professional football games on record took place on a field near campus in the late 1800’s, the Latrobe, PA area has played a big role in football-crazy Western Pennsylvania. Saint Vincent College fielded its first varsity football squad in 1923, and immediately cemented a solid tradition. Though the sport was discontinued at the school in

TEAM HISTORY

1923 Fans were baffled in the Bearcats’ Nov. 3 finale against Duquesne, after Saint Vincent players formed a circle behind the line of scrimmage before running the next play. This act, known as the huddle, was the brainchild of head coach Marion Cleary, and was the first huddle system to be introduced in the Tri-State District.

1927 A September game between the Bearcats and St. Francis turned into an all-day football extravaganza when referees forgot to keep an official clock. The early afternoon game was eventually called due to darkness, with St. Francis winning 19-0. In a November game that same season against George Washington University, the Bearcats established a record that still stands today, as signal callers completed 30 of 35 passes in a losing effort.

1928 New football field plans changed the position of the field and had it running North to South (instead of the original East to West) in a nearby on-campus field.

1929 In a 40-0 win over Edinboro, Sammy Lucker gained 501 yards from scrimmage, scoring two touchdowns.

1931 Harry Johnson scored five touchdowns against Salem in his most impressive performance enroute to becoming Saint Vincient’s first ever football All-American. He officially received the nickname “Sticks” later on in the season after SVC’s 7-0 win over Canisius. 1932 Geneva defeats Saint Vincent 14-7, despite the Bearcats owning a 14-4 advantage in first downs.

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1962, Saint Vincent still remained in the football forefront, as the school has played host to summer training camp for the six-time Super Bowl champion Pittsburgh Steelers for over 40 years. The football program at Saint Vincent was resurrected in 2006, and the current Bearcats are set on continuing the long, storied tradition of Bearcat football. 1934 In a meeting between Waynesburg and Saint Vincent, the Bearcats pulled out a nail-biting 14-6 win on a touchdown pass to Joe Pisula and a 44-yard run by Harry Johnson in the final minute of the fourth quarter.

1936 Bearcat Stadium opens on the part of campus that now houses the Boyer School of Science, Mathematics, and Computing. The distinct “Sauerkraut Tower,” which is still erected today, is located on the far sideline behind the Bearcat bench. 1937 The cost to operate a college football team for one season is speculated at upwards of $50,000. Costs range from uniforms to dry cleaning to advertisements. The entire coaching staff rounds up the most cash at $11,000.

1939 Joe Ratica, a 1939 Saint Vincent grad, becomes the first Bearcat football player to appear in the National Football League. The center/guard played eight games for Brooklyn as a rookie.

1943 Saint Vincent, like most small colleges across the country, cancels football prior to the 1943 season due to the large number of students drafted into World War II. 1944 The Saint Vincent grads make their professional debuts in the NFL. Vern Foltz, a tackle, plays 10 games for the Washington Redskins. Johnny Popovich debuts as a running back and kick returner for Philadelphia, while AllAmerican center Bap Manzini starts nine games for the Eagles.


1945 Another Saint Vincent alum, John Kondrla, makes his debut with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Later that season, Bap Manzini was named an NFL All-Pro in his second professional season.

1948 After succeeding Red Edwards in the 1947 season as head coach of the Bearcats, Bap Manzini returns to the NFL, signing with the Detroit Lions. Al DeLuca is named head coach, a position he will hold until football is disbanded at Saint Vincent in 1962. After retiring from the NFL in 1949, Manzini entered the high school coaching ranks, and amassed a career record of 203-74.8. 1949 Lincoln Service and Supply,Torris Drugs, and Mosso Bottling Company donate a new electronic scoreboard/clock to Bearcat Stadium.

1950 The Bearcats enjoy the most storied season in team history, finishing 10-0 and opening the season with six straight shutouts. For the season, they outscored opponents 235-12. The season is culminated with a 7-6 win over Emory and Henry in the Tangerine Bowl in Orlando, FL. Now known as the Citrus Bowl, it is the third longest running bowl game in college football.

1962 Citing costs, football is discontinued as a varsity program. Club football returns in 1968, and continues through the mid 1970’s.

1967 The Pittsburgh Steelers move their summer training camp to Saint Vincent College, and the team has returned to Latrobe in each of the past 42 summers.

2005 In June, then-Saint Vincent President Jim Will announces that football will return to the college, and the Bearcat athletic teams will move from the NAIA to the NCAA Division-III level and the Presidents’ Athletic Conference, beginning in the 2006-07 school year. In December, Bob Colbert is hired as Saint Vincent’s head football coach.

2007 On August 2nd, recently completed Chuck Noll Field, named after the longtime coach of the Pittsburgh Steel ers, is blessed and dedicated as the home of Bearcat football. Twenty-nine days later, on Sept. 1, football returns to Saint Vincent following a 45-year hiatus, as the Bearcats host Gallaudet University in front of an overflow crowd at Chuck Noll Field.

TEAM HISTORY

1946 Following the completion of World War II, football returns to Saint Vincent, and the Bearcats finish the season 4-4. Headcoach Red Edwards steps down following the season, retiring with a career record of 60-29-12. His winning percentage of .674 is still best among the seven head coaches in the program’s history.

1956 Saint Vincent graduate John Macerelli signs with the NFL’s Cleveland Browns, and plays 12 games at tackle.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR WIN/LOSS RECORDS Year 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936

W 3 4 2 3 1 6 4 4 5 5 5 6 2 5

L 1 4 4 5 6 3 4 6 3 2 3 2 4 3

Year 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 ‘43-45 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952

T 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 2 0

ALL TIME RESULTS

TEAM HISTORY

1923 Record 3-1 SVC 18 Ligonier High SVC 18 St. Rosalia High SVC 51 St. Thomas Academy SVC 3 Duquesne University 1924 Record 4-4 SVC 14 St. Rosalia High SVC 24 Derry High SVC 6 Uniontown High SVC 0 Kiski SVC 40 Duquesne Tech SVC 14 St. Francis SVC 0 Indiana St. Teachers SVC 0 Westinghouse Tech

1925 Record 2-4-1 SVC 0 Kiski SVC 6 Westinghouse Tech SVC 38 Mount St. Mary's SVC 7 W.VA Freshman SVC 0 Slippery Rock SVC 0 California St. Teachers SVC 0 Potomac State 1926 Record 3-5 SVC 9 Kiski SVC 0 St. Francis SVC 27 Mount St. Mary's SVC 0 Slippery Rock SVC 12 California St. Teachers SVC 0 Carnegie T. Freshmen SVC 6 West Liberty SVC 12 Geneva Reserves 1927 Record 1-6-1 SVC 0 St. Francis SVC 6 Indiana St. Teachers SVC 0 W.VA Freshmen SVC 0 Slippery Rock SVC 0 Carnegie Tech Fr. SVC 13 Geneva Reserves SVC 0 Cathedral Prep SVC 10 George Wash. Univ.

1928 Record 6-3 SVC 6 St. Francis College SVC 25 Indiana Normal SVC 13 W.VA Freshmen SVC 19 Slippery Rock Normal SVC 40 Potomac State SVC 0 Carnegie Tech Fr. SVC 0 West Liberty SVC 38 Geneva Reserves SVC 18 Donora Independents

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1929 Record 4-4-1 SVC 0 St. Francis SVC 38 Indiana Normal SVC 6 Waynesburg

0 0 0 27

0 3 19 41 0 6 33 6 35 0 0 21 0 7 31 42 41 0 6 6 25 14 6 19 12 45 63 47 0 0 39 26 0 6 14 7 18 7 0 0 6 0 19

SVC SVC SVC SVC SVC SVC

12 40 7 6 40 6

W 5 8 4 3 6 7 NO 4 3 6 10 3 5 5

St. Bonaventure Edinboro Mt. St. Mary's Canisius Fairmont Allegheny

1930 Record 4-6 SVC 6 St. Francis SVC 57 Westinghouse Tech SVC 0 Geneva Reserves SVC 7 St. Bonaventure SVC 6 Mt. St. Mary’s SVC 6 Canisius SVC 0 St. Thomas SVC 0 Thiel SVC 13 Broaddus SVC 18 Carlisle 1931 Record 5-3-1 SVC 20 St. Francis SVC 30 Westinghouse Tech SVC 0 St. Bonaventure SVC 7 Mt. St. Mary's SVC 7 Canisius SVC 0 Thiel SVC 0 Davis & Elkins SVC 38 Salem SVC 13 New River 1932 Record 5-2-1 SVC 31 Westinghouse Tech SVC 19 Mt. St. Mary's SVC 13 Canisius SVC 19 Thiel SVC 6 Davis & Elkins SVC 7 Geneva SVC 19 Grove City SVC 25 Morris Harvey 1933 Record 5-3 SVC 2 St. Bonaventure SVC 14 Mt. St. Mary's SVC 20 Canisius SVC 26 Davis & Elkins SVC 25 New River SVC 7 Geneva SVC 19 Clarion SVC 12 La Salle 1934 Record 6-2 SVC 26 West Liberty SVC 14 Waynesburg SVC 9 St. Bonaventure SVC 19 Canisius SVC 6 Davis & Elkins SVC 18 Salem SVC 54 Clarion SVC 6 La Salle

L 2 1 2 3 2 1 TEAM 4 6 3 0 3 3 2

12 0 6 18 0 28 2 0 25 13 14 18 20 20 6 0 0 0 0 15 0 6 14 0 6 0 0 13 6 14 14 7 0 7 6 59 7 0 13 0 7 7 6 6 7 9 0 6 13

T 2 1 2 2 1 0 (WWII) 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

Year 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 2007 2008 2009 TOT

1935 Record 2-4-2 SVC 6 Waynesburg SVC 0 St. Bonaventure SVC 6 Canisius SVC 0 St. Thomas SVC 9 Davis & Elkins SVC 19 Salem SVC 0 W.VA Wesleyan SVC 6 Univ. of San Antonio 1936 Record 5-3 SVC 0 Waynesburg SVC 14 St. Bonaventure SVC 0 Canisius SVC 6 St. Thomas SVC 27 Davis & Elkins SVC 21 Salem SVC 26 Morris Harvey SVC 6 West VA Wesleyan

1937 Record 5-2-2 SVC 0 Duquesne SVC 0 Waynesburg SVC 13 St. Bonaventure SVC 18 Canisius SVC 0 St. Thomas SVC 28 Davis & Elkins SVC 0 West VA Wesleyan SVC 26 Glenville St. Teachers SVC 19 St. Anselm 1938 Record 8-1-1 SVC 8 Waynesburg SVC 21 St. Bonaventure SVC 16 Canisius SVC 7 St. Thomas SVC 38 Thiel SVC 26 Davis & Elkins SVC 27 West VA Wesleyan SVC 13 Glenville St. Teachers SVC 31 Youngstown SVC 0 West Maryland 1939 Record 4-2-2 SVC 46 St. Francis SVC 0 Waynesburg SVC 0 Canisius SVC 7 St. Thomas SVC 12 Davis & Elkins SVC 32 West VA Wesleyan SVC 13 Niagara SVC 0 Xavier 1940 Record 3-3-2 SVC 0 St. Francis SVC 0 St. Bonaventure SVC 25 Canisius SVC 0 St. Thomas SVC 19 Davis & Elkins

6 18 6 7 0 16 18 7 6 0 19 13 0 6 0 0 26 0 0 0 7 12 0 0 13 0 0 14 19 0 6 0 7 6 0 13 3 14 7 0 6 0 0 13 14 20 0 14

W 3 0 3 5 5 4 3 4 3 1 0 1 0 156

L 4 8 4 2 1 2 4 1 1 6 10 9 10 138

T 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 26

1940 cont SVC 6 Niagara SVC 3 Xavier SVC 0 Fort Hamilton

1941 Record 6-2-1 SVC 0 Duquesne SVC 7 St. Francis SVC 12 Waynesburg SVC 14 St. Bonaventure SVC 39 Canisius SVC 13 Davis & Elkins SVC 19 West VA Wesleyan SVC 6 Niagara SVC 7 Xavier

1942 Record 7-1 SVC 0 Duquesne SVC 20 Indiana St. Teachers SVC 12 Waynesburg SVC 25 Canisius SVC 32 St. Thomas SVC 6 Morris Harvey SVC 19 Youngstown SVC 39 Fort Hamilton

No football during 1943, 1944, 1945 1946 Record 4-4 SVC 7 Indiana St. Teachers SVC 6 West Liberty SVC 12 Waynesburg SVC 0 St. Bonaventure SVC 32 Davis & Elkins SVC 45 Salem SVC 14 Youngstown SVC 21 Alliance 1947 Record 3-6-1 SVC 7 Indiana St Teachers SVC 25 Steubenville SVC 0 Niagara SVC 0 Youngstown SVC 0 St. Bonaventure SVC 7 Canisius SVC 13 Alliance SVC 6 Marshall SVC 14 Waynesburg SVC 19 Scranton

1948 Record 6-3 SVC 25 Indiana St. Teachers SVC 0 Canisius SVC 14 Steubenville SVC 18 Alliance College SVC 21 Waynesburg SVC 26 St. Francis SVC 0 Scranton SVC 31 Mt. St. Marys SVC 12 St. Bonaventure

0 15 0 7 7 0 7 9 7 0 0 21 14 0 0 0 6 0 7 0

20 13 7 26 0 6 25 7 0 0 0 19 21 10 7 39 20 27 0 19 0 12 7 0 20 7 28


1949 Record 10-0 SVC 26 Indiana State Teachers 0 SVC 34 Steubenville 0 SVC 13 Alliance 0 SVC 19 Geneva 0 SVC 6 Waynesburg 0 SVC 13 St. Francis 0 SVC 6 Waynesburg 0 SVC 13 St. Francis 0 SVC 52 West VA Wesleyan 6 SVC 30 Mt. St. Mary's 0 SVC 34 Westminster 0 SVC* 7 Emory and Henry 6 (*Tangerine Bowl, Orlando, FL, Jan. 2) 1950 Record 3-3-2 SVC 14 Duquesne SVC 17 Geneva SVC 7 Scranton SVC 19 St. Francis SVC 34 Lock Haven SVC 7 St. Bonaventure SVC 13 Waynesburg SVC 7 Niagara

1952 Record 5-2 SVC 26 West Liberty SVC 0 Clarion SVC 13 Davis & Elkins SVC 26 St. Francis SVC 21 Scranton SVC 27 Kings SVC 0 Waynesburg

1953 Record 3-4 SVC 25 West Liberty SVC 7 Clarion SVC 7 Scranton SVC 13 St. Francis SVC 0 Waynesburg SVC 7 Carnegie Tech SVC 14 Kings 1954 Record 0-8 SVC 0 West Liberty SVC 6 Thiel SVC 0 Clarion SVC 9 Scranton SVC 7 Waynesburg SVC 7 Carnegie Tech SVC 6 Kings SVC 7 Indiana

1955 Record 3-4-2 SVC 13 West Liberty SVC 0 Thiel SVC 9 Clarion SVC 13 Scranton SVC 20 Kings SVC 7 Waynesburg SVC 52 Lebanon Valley SVC 7 Indiana SVC 7 Carnegie Tech 1956 Record 5-2-1 SVC 7 Indiana SVC 12 Thiel SVC 13 Clarion SVC 13 Scranton SVC 29 Kings SVC 13 Waynesburg SVC 13 Lebanon Valley SVC 21 Carnegie Tech

1957 Record 5-1-1 SVC 40 Indiana Teachers SVC 10 Thiel SVC 43 Clarion

0 6 2 19 14 26 20 28 13 25 6 6 20 19 32 14 20 32 7 12 13 13 33 19 25 12 23 19 18 40 13 33 0 14 26 13 14 6 7 20 14 0 12 6 13 0 6 0 7 12

Scranton University St. Joseph's (IN) Baldwin-Wallace King's College

1958 Record 4-2-1 SVC 15 Thiel SVC 13 Clarion SVC 12 Geneva SVC 7 Westminster SVC 7 Waynesburg SVC 8 Baldwin-Wallace SVC 14 Kings 1959 Record 3-4 SVC 0 California SVC 13 Carnegie Tech SVC 13 Geneva SVC 21 Edinboro SVC 6 Waynesburg SVC 0 Westminster SVC 14 Kings

1960 Record 4-1-3 SVC 13 Carnegie Tech SVC 14 Geneva SVC 0 California State SVC 19 Waynesburg SVC 6 Westminster SVC 0 King's College SVC 6 Lock Haven State SVC 14 Grove City 1961 Record 3-1-3 SVC 20 Carnegie Tech SVC 13 Geneva SVC 0 California State SVC 0 Waynesburg SVC 7 Westminster SVC 40 King's College SVC 7 Lock Haven State 1962 Record 1-6 SVC 0 Slippery Rock SVC 0 Geneva SVC 6 California SVC 14 Waynesburg SVC 25 Carnegie Tech SVC 13 Westminster SVC 12 Kings

2007 Record 0-10 SVC 13 Gallaudet SVC 7 Westminster SVC 6 Bethany SVC 6 Wash. & Jefferson SVC 20 Waynesburg SVC 17 Thomas More SVC 0 Case Western SVC 27 Geneva SVC 0 Grove City SVC 14 Thiel

2008 Record 1-9 SVC 7 McDaniel SVC 23 Gallaudet SVC 24 Westminster SVC 12 Waynesburg SVC 12 Grove City SVC 7 Thomas More SVC 20 Wash. & Jefferson SVC 19 Geneva SVC 22 Thiel SVC 14 Bethany 2009 Record 0-10 SVC 37 McDaniel SVC 17 Geneva SVC 14 Westminster SVC 12 Waynesburg SVC 20 Grove City SVC 13 Thomas More SVC 7 Wash. & Jefferson SVC 20 Geneva SVC 14 Thiel SVC 13 Bethany

7 28 0 26 7 0 12 30 0 24 10 26 14 27 13 0 20 0 12 6 6 7 14 0 20 9 12 7 7 7 28 12 7 48 28 40 34 21 19 28 32 49 66 64 42 44 42 56 44 62 38 22 31 21 27 34 72 42 36 44 52 32 27 33 41 40 21 38 38 34

ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS

School Allegheny Alliance Baldwin Wallace Bethany California (PA) Canisius Carlisle Carnegie Tech Case Western Clarion Davis & Elkins Duquesne Edinboro Emory & Henry Fairmont State Fort Hamilton Gallaudet Geneva George Washington Glenville State Grove City Indiana (PA) Kings LaSalle Lebanon Valley Lock Haven Marshall McDaniel Morris Harvey Mount St. Mary’s New River Niagara Potomac State Saint Anselm Saint Bonaventure Saint Joseph Saint Thomas Salem San Antonio Scranton Slippery Rock Stuebenville Thiel Thomas More Wash. & Jefferson Waynesburg West Liberty Westminster WV Wesleyan Xavier Youngstown State

W L 0 1 4 0 1 1 0 3 1 5 7 7 1 0 4 5 0 1 7 3 11 3 0 4 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 7 9 0 1 2 0 2 3 6 4 7 3 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 0 2 3 0 7 2 2 0 3 1 1 1 1 0 5 9 0 1 1 4 5 0 0 1 4 4 1 3 3 0 4 8 0 3 0 3 10 14 3 4 1 8 5 1 0 2 2 2

2010 Opponents in Bold

MARION CLEARY Year W L T 1923 3 1 0 Total 3 1 0 JAKE BOHREN Year W L T 1924 4 4 0 1925 2 4 1 Total 6 8 1 CLEM CROWE Year W L T 1926 3 5 0 1927 1 6 1 1928 6 3 0 1929 4 4 1 1930 4 6 0 1931 5 3 1 Total 23 27 3

T 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 1 1 0

First Mtg 1929 (L, 6-28) 1946 (W, 21-7) 1957 (W, 14-0) 2007 (L, 6-66) 1925 (L, 0-7) 1929 (L, 6-18) 1930 (W, 18-0) 1926 (L, 0-25) 2007 (L, 0-42) 1933 (W, 19-0) 1931 (L, 0-14) 1923 (L, 3-27) 1929 (W, 40-0) 1950 (W, 7-6) 1929 (W, 40-0) 1940 (T, 0-0) 2007 (L, 13-32) 1926 (W, 12-6) 1927 (L, 10-39) 1937 (W, 26-0) 1932 (W, 19-7) 1924 (L, 0-33) 1951 (W, 39-19) 1933 (W, 12-7) 1955 (W, 52-14) 1960 (L, 6-20) 1947 (L, 6-39) 1938 (T, 0-0) 1932 (W, 25-0) 1930 (L, 6-14) 1931 (W, 13-6) 1939 (W, 13-0) 1925 (L, 0-31) 1937 (W, 19-13) 1929 (T, 12-12) 1957 (L, 7-28) 1930 (L, 0-20) 1931 (W, 38-0) 1935 (L, 6-7) 1947 (L, 19-27) 1925 (T, 0-0) 1948 (W, 14-0) 1930 (L, 0-20) 2007 (L, 17-44) 2007 (L, 6-66) 1929 (L, 6-19) 1926 (L, 6-14) 1949 (W, 34-0) 1935 (L, 0-18) 1939 (T, 0-0) 1938 (W, 31-6)

Last Mtg 1929 (L, 6-28) 1949 (W, 13-0) 1958 (L, 8-24) 2009 (L, 14-33) 1962 (L, 6-40) 1948 (L, 0-19) 1930 (W, 18-0 1962 (W, 25-21) 2007 (L, 0-42) 1958 (W, 13-0) 1952 (W, 13-6) 1950 (T, 14-14) 1959 (W, 21-13) 1950 (W, 7-6) 1929 (W, 40-0) 1942 (W, 39-0) 2008 (W, 23-22) 2009 (L, 20-38) 1927 (L, 10-39) 1938 (W, 13-7) 2009 (L, 20-40) 1957 (W, 40-0) 1962 (L, 12-28) 1934 (L, 6-13) 1956 (W, 13-0) 1961 (T, 7-7) 1947 (L, 6-39) 2009 (L, 37-52) 1942 (W, 6-0) 1949 (W, 30-0) 1933 (W, 25-0) 1950 (L, 7-27) 1928 (W, 40-7) 1937 (W, 19-13) 1951 (L, 13-28) 1957 (L, 7-28) 1942 (W, 32-6) 1946 (W, 45-6) 1935 (L, 6-7) 1957 (W, 28-7) 1962 (L, 0-48) 1949 (W, 34-0) 2009 (L, 14-38) 2009 (L, 13-40) 2009 (L, 7-21) 2009 (L, 12-33) 1955 (T, 13-13) 2009 (L, 14-27) 1949 (W, 52-6) 1941 (L, 7-20) 1947 (L, 0-19)

TEAM HISTORY

1951 Record 5-3 SVC 68 Salem SVC 32 Davis & Elkins SVC 14 Clarion SVC 39 Kings SVC 21 Scranton SVC 21 St. Francis SVC 14 Waynesburg SVC 13 St. Bonaventure

14 0 20 7 7 27 13 27

1957 cont SVC 28 SVC 7 SVC 14 SVC 26

COACHES’ RECORDS RED EDWARDS

Year 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1946 Total

W 5 5 6 2 5 5 8 4 3 6 7 4 60

L 2 3 2 4 3 2 1 2 3 2 1 4 29

T 2 0 0 2 0 2 1 2 2 1 0 0 12

BAP MANZINI T Year W L 1 1947 3 6 1 Total 3 6

AL DELUCA Year W L T 1948 6 3 0 1949 10 0 0 1950 3 3 2 1951 5 3 0 1952 5 2 0 1953 3 4 0 1954 0 8 0 1955 3 4 2 1956 5 2 1 1957 5 1 1 1958 4 2 1 1959 3 4 0 1960 4 1 3 1961 3 1 3 1962 1 6 0 Total 60 44 14

BOB COLBERT Year W L 2007 0 10 2008 1 9 2009 0 10 Total 1 29

T 0 0 0 0

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ALL-AMERICANS

Harry Johnson

Gino Amanti

Joe Seni

Walter Strosser

Joseph Patrick

1934 - Harry Johnson - Associated Press All-America

1937 - Gino Amanti - United Press International All-America

TEAM HISTORY

1938 - Joe Seni - Hearst All-America; AP All-America

Steve Vucic

1939 - Joseph Patrick - Small College All-America Walter Strosser - Small College All-America 1941 - Steve Vucic - Small College All-America

1942 - Bap Manzini - AP All-America; UPI All-America

Michael Scatena

1949 - Vincent Sundry - Catholic All-America; AP All-America Frank DeMilio - AP All-America Dino Angelici - Catholic All-America 1950 - Jack McMahon - UPI All-America Bap Manzini

1950 - Dave Hart - Catholic All-America

Ed Watkins

1951 - Michael Mucci - Catholic All-America

1954 - Ray Wrabley - Catholic All-America Paul Schwertner - Catholic All-America 1955 - Ed Egan - Small College All-America

1957 - Len Demalon - Small College All-America Vincent Sundry

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Frank DeMilio

1958 - Ed Watkins - Catholic All-America

1960 - Michael Scatena - Small College All-America

Dino Angelici

Dave Hart

Michael Mucci

Ed Egan

Ray Wrabley


TEAM RECORDS

SCORING Most Points, Game...............................37, 9-5-09 @McDaniel Most Points, Season.................................................167, 2010 Fewest Points, Game.................0, 10-20-07 @ Case Western Fewest Points, Season..............................................110, 2007 Most Points Allowed, Game.........72, 10-18-08 @ Wash. & Jeff Fewest Points Allowed, Game......21, 10-17-09 vs.Wash. & Jeff

TOTAL OFFENSE Most Yards Gained, Game.....................402, 11-1-08 vs. Thiel Most Yards Gained, Season...................................2,748, 2009 Most Plays By, Game..........................85, 11-15-08 @ Bethany Most Plays By, Season..............................................641, 2009 Time of Possession, Game............34:44, 11-15-08 @ Bethany

RUSHING Most Attempts, Game.......................44, 9-13-08 @ Gallaudet Most Attempts, Season.............................................332, 2008 Most Yards, Game............................188, 11-15-08 @ Bethany Most Yards, Season..................................................805, 2009 Most TDs, Game..............................................2, FOUR TIMES .............................................Most recent 9-1-09 @ McDaniel Most TDs, Season.........................................................6, 2008 Most First Downs, Game.....................10, 10-25-08 vs Geneva Most First Downs, Season..........................................56, 2009

DEFENSE Fewest Yards Allowed, Game..........276, 9-13-08 @ Gallaudet Fewest Yards Allowed, Season...............................3,966, 2009 Sacks By, Game......................................5, 9-17-09 vs Geneva Sacks By, Season........................................................21, 2009 Interceptions By, Game.......................................2, SIX TIMES .........................................Most recent 10-3-09 @ Grove City Interceptions By, Season..............................................8, 2009 Fumbles Recovered, Game.........3, 10-13-07 vs Thomas More Fumbles Recovered, Season......................................10, 2007 Turnovers Forced, Game................4, 10-6-07 @ Waynesburg Turnovers Forced, Season.........................................18, 2009 FIELD GOALS FG Attempts, Game.......................................2, THREE TIMES .........................................Most recent 10-4-08 vs Grove City FG Made, Game...............................................2, TWO TIMES .........................................Most recent 10-4-08 vs. Grove City FG Attempts, Season...................................................9, 2008 FG Made, Season........................................................6, 2008

PUNTING Punts, Game...................................................10, TWO TIMES ......................................Most recent 10-6-07 @ Waynesburg Punts, Season.............................................................76, 2007 Net Avg, Season......................................................35.1, 2008

RETURNS Most Kick Returns, Game...............13, 9-29-07 vs Wash. & Jeff Most Kick Returns, Season.........................................83, 2007 Most Punt Returns, Game..............................4, THREE TIMES ...................................Most recent 10-10-09 vs Thomas More Most Punt Returns, Season.........................................29, 2009 Kick Return Yards, Game............258, 10-18-08 @ Wash. & Jeff Kick Return Yards, Season.....................................1,338, 2008 Punt Return Yards, Game..................56, 9-13-08 @ Gallaudet Punt Return Yards, Season........................................211, 2009

RUSHING Rushing Yards, Game..................................................130, Jairus Marlow, 11-15-08 @ Bethany Rushing Yards, Season.........................................................................471, Jairus Marlow, 2008 Rushing Yards, Career....................................................................600, Jairus Marlow, 2008-09 Rushing Attempts, Game...................................17, Zach Mihalko, 10-17-09 vs Wash. & Jeff Rushing Attempts, Season.....................................................................110, Logan Small, 2007 Rushing Attempts, Career......................................................196, Zach Mihalko, 2008-present Rushing Touchdowns, Game............................................2, Jairus Marlow, 9-5-09 @ McDaniel Rushing Touchdowns, Season.................................................................4, Jairus Marlow, 2008 Rushing Touchdowns, Career.............................................................6, Jairus Marlow, 2008-09 Longest Rushes from Scrimmage.............................93, Jairus Marlow, 9-27-08 vs Waynesburg ..............................................................................69, Logan Small, 10-13-07 vs Thomas More ............................................................................................68, Jairus Marlow, 11-1-08 vs Thiel ....................................................................................59, Jairus Marlow, 11-15-08 vs. Bethany ....................................................................................59, Jairus Marlow, 9-13-08 @ Gallaudet PASSING Passing Yards, Game.........................................................302, Kevin Corona, 11-1-08 vs Thiel Passing Yards, Season.........................................................................967, Kevin Corona, 2009 Passing Yards, Career.................................................................1,838, Kevin Corona, 2008-09 Passing Touchdowns, Game...............................................................................2, FIVE TIMES .........................................................................Most recent Jake Smith, 10-24-09 @ Geneva Passing Touchdowns, Season.................................................................9, Kevin Corona, 2009 Passing Touchdowns, Career...........................................................15, Kevin Corona, 2008-09 Passing Attempts, Game.....................................................42, Jake Smith, 10-31-09 @ Thiel Passing Attempts, Season....................................................................189, Mike Speal, 2007 Passing Attempts, Career..............................................................320, Kevin Corona, 2008-09 Completions, Game...........................................................28, Kevin Corona, 11-1-08 vs. Thiel Completions, Season............................................................................85, Kevin Corona, 2009 Completions, Career.....................................................................160, Kevin Corona, 2008-09

RECEIVING Receptions, Game....................................................................6, Rob James, 9-1-07 vs. Gallaudet Receptions, Season.........................................................................29, Sheldon Loughner, 2009 Receptions, Career...........................................................44, Sheldon Loughner, 2007-present Receiving Yards, Game.....................................................124, Rob James, 9-1-07 vs. Gallaudet Receiving Yards, Season................................................................437, Sheldon Loughner, 2009 Receiving Yards, Career..................................................697, Sheldon Loughner, 2009-present Touchdown Receptions, Game.............................................................................2, THREE TIMES .......................................................................Most recent Allen Neiderer, 10-24-09 @ Geneva Touchdown Receptions, Season........................................................3, Sheldon Loughner, 2009 ......................................................................................................................3, Jake Gabelt, 2009 ......................................................................................................................3, Jake Gabelt, 2008 Touchdown Receptions, Career.................................................................7, Jake Gabelt, 2007-09 Longest Pass Plays from Scrimmage.................86, R. James from P. Hamilton, 9-1-07 vs Gallaudet ...........................................................................85, R. James from M. Speal, 10-27-07 vs. Geneva .............................................................80, D. Blaszkowski from J. Smith, 10-17-09 vs.Wash. & Jeff ..........................................................................80, S. Loughner from M. Speal, 11-10-07 vs. Thiel DEFENSE Interceptions, Game........................................................2, Rob James, 10-3-09 vs. Grove City ......................................................................................2, Rob James, 9-26-09 vs.Waynesburg ................................................................................2, Josh Diamond, 10-6-07 vs.Waynesburg Interceptions, Season...................................................................................4, Rob James, 2009 Interceptions, Career.....................................................................4, Rob James, 2007-present ............................................................................................................4, Roscoe Barber, 2008-09 INT Touchdown Returns, Game..............................1, Tom Quirin, 9-12-09 vs. Geneva (36 yds) ..................................................................................1, Roscoe Barber, 9-6-08 vs. McDaniel (56) .............................................................................1, Mike Speal, 9-27-08 vs.Westminster (50) ........................................................................................1, Roscoe Barber, 11-1-08 vs. Thiel (59) INT Touchdown Returns, Season...............................................................2, Roscoe Barber, 2008 INT Touchdown Returns, Career..........................................................2, Roscoe Barber, 2008-09 Tackles, Game......................................................13, Anthony Johnson, 10-3-09 @ Grove City Tackles, Season......................................................................................86, David Ribero, 2009 Tackles, Career.....................................................................204, Josh Diamond, 2007-present Tackles for Loss, Game..................................................3.5, John Jackson, 9-12-09 vs. Geneva Tackles for Loss, Season......................................................................13.5, David Ribero, 2009 Tackles for Loss, Career........................................................19.5, John Jackson, 2007-present Sacks, Game..............................................................2, Mike Nadeau, 9-20-08 @Westminster ...................................................................................................2, Joe Titler, 9-6-08 vs. McDaniel .........................................................................................2, Garrett Hazlett, 9-1-07 vs. Gallaudet Sacks, Season....................................................................................................4, Joe Titler, 2008 Sacks, Career.............................................................................4, John Jackson, 2007-present .....................................................................................................................4, Joe Titler, 2007-09 Longest Field Goal Made.........................................41, Matt Houston, 10-13-07 vs. Thomas More Longest Punt...........................................................68, Jim Rockovich, 10-11-08 vs. Thomas More Longest Kickoff Return..........................................89, Zach Mihalko, 10-18-08 vs.Wash. & Jeff Longest Punt Return....................................................20, Dan Blaszkowski, 11-14-09 vs. Bethany

* All records Modern Day, 2007 - present Active players in Bold Print

RECORD BOOK

PASSING Most Attempts, Game.............................49, 11-14-09 @ Thiel Most Attempts, Season.............................................348, 2009 Most Completions, Game.........................28, 11-1-08 vs Thiel Most Completions, Season.......................................168, 2009 Most Yards, Game.............................342, 9-5-09 @ McDaniel Most Yards, Season................................................1,943, 2009 Most TD’s, Game............................................3, THREE TIMES ........................................Most recent 10-3-09 @ Grove City Most TD’s, Season......................................................17, 2009 Most INTs, Season......................................................24, 2009 Most First Downs, Game..........................14, 11-1-08 vs. Thiel Most First Downs, Season..........................................77, 2009 Completion Pct, Game..............66.7 (28-42), 11-1-08 vs Thiel

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

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RECORD BOOK

Chuck Noll Field Records

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Rushing Yards.........................................................................327, Dan Hess, Thiel, 11-10-07 Rushing Attempts.....................................................................43, Dan Hess, Thiel, 11-10-07 Rushing Touchdowns..................................................................5, Dan Hess, Thiel, 11-10-07 Longest Rush...............................................93, Jairus Marlow, SVC, 9-27-08 vs.Waynesburg Passing Yards....................................................................327, Bobby Swallow,W&J, 9-29-07 Passing Completions...................................................20, Jason Coleman, Gallaudet, 9-1-07 Passing Attempts.........................................................33, Jason Coleman, Gallaudet, 9-1-07 Passing Touchdowns.............................................................4, Bobby Swallow,W&J, 9-27-07 Longest Pass..........................................89, Bobby Swallow to Tom McCafferty,W&J, 9-29-07 Receptions...........................................................................8, Kevin Alley, Gallaudet, 9-1-07 Receiving Yards...............................................................171, Tom McCafferty,W&J, 9-29-07 Receiving Touchdowns.................................................................................2, THREE TIMES ...........................................................................Most Recent BrianWilson, Geneva, 9-12-09 All-purpose Yards...................................................................332, Dan Hess, Thiel, 11-10-07 Touchdowns...............................................................................5, Dan Hess, Thiel, 11-10-07 Points........................................................................................30, Dan Hess, Thiel, 11-10-07 Kicking Points.........................................................................Chuck Grabner,W&J, 9-29-07 PATs.......................................................................................6, Sammy Koyl, Thiel, 11-10-07 Field Goals..........................................................................5, Chuck Grabner,W&J, 9-29-07 Field Goal Attempts.............................................................6, Chuck Grabner,W&J, 9-29-07 Longest Field Goal....................................41, Matt Houson, SVC, 10-13-07 vs. Thomas More Punts..........................................................................10, Chris Gillies, SVC, 9-29-07 vs.W&J Punting Average (min. 3).................................38.6 (6 att), Travis Wenrich, McDaniel, 9-6-08 Longest Punt.................................................................61, Travis Wenrich, McDaniel, 9-6-08 Kick Return Yards....................................144, Marc Duncan, SVC, 10-13-07 vs. Thomas More Longest Kick Return....................................56 yds, Jairus Marlow, SVC, 9-6-08 vs. McDaniel Kick Return Touchdowns..............................................................................NONE TO DATE Punt Return Yards..........................................................63, Scott Cree,Waynesburg, 9-27-08 Punt Return Touchdowns..............................................................................NONE TO DATE Interceptions...................................................................2, Kyle Allen,Westminster, 9-19-09 Longest INT Return..........................................75, Roscoe Barber, SVC, 9-6-08 vs. McDaniel Defensive Touchdowns.................................................................................1 - FOUR TIMES .......................................................Most Recent Brandon Bovina,W&J, 10-17-09 (Fumb rec) Fumble Return Touchdowns.....................................1, Brandon Bovina,W&J, 10-17-09 (1yd) ...................................................................................1, Aaron Tommeleo, Geneva, 10-25-08 Longest Fumble Return............................................80, Aaron Tommeleo, Geneva, 10-25-08

Top 10 Chuck Noll Field Crowds

Att. 2,325

Date 10/4/08

Opponent Grove City

Result GRO 27, SVC 12

1,930

9/1/07

Gallaudet

GAL 32, SVC 13

1,980 1,850 1,800 1,725 1,558 1,225 1,118 1,075

9/19/09 9/6/08

9/29/07 9/27/08 9/12/09

11/10/07 11/1/08

10/13/06

Westminster McDaniel

Wash.& Jefferson Waynesburg Geneva

Total Offense

1,187 - Jake Smith

Passing Yards

967 - Kevin Corona

Passing TD

9 - Kevin Corona

Rushing TD

2 - Jairus Marlow

Receiving Yards

437 - Sheldon Loughner

Tackles

86 - David Ribero

Sacks

3.0 - John Jackson/Evan Lucas

Passes Defended

6 - Rob James

KR Yards

792 - Zach Mihalko

Total TD

9 - Kevin Corona

Pass Completions 85 - Kevin Corona Rushing Yards

297 - Zach Mihalko

Receptions

29 - Sheldon Loughner

Receiving TD

3 - Jake Gabelt/Sheldon Loughner

Tackles for Loss

13.5 - David Ribero

Interceptions

4 - Rob James

All-purpose Yds

1197 - Zach Mihalko

PR Yards

175 - Dan Blaszkowski

2008

Thiel

Thomas More

879 - Kevin Corona

937 - Mike Speal

6 - Kevin Corona

471 - Jairus Marlow 4 - Jairus Marlow 15 - Jake Gabelt

202 - Jeremy Drischler 3 - Jake Gabelt

81 - Josh Diamond

10.0 - Anthony Johnson 4.0 - Joe Titler

3 - Roscoe Barber 5 - Quillian Reid

1131 - Zach Mihalko 817 - Zach Mihalko

161 - Dan Blaszkowski

WAY 21, SVC 12

THI 38, SVC 22

TMC 44, SVC 17

2007 1060 - Mike Speal

74 - Kevin Corona

W&J 64, SVC 6

THI 62, SVC 14

810 - Kevin Corona 6 - Kevin Corona

McD 38, SVC 6

GEN 32, SVC 17

Thiel

Year-by-Year Leaders, 2007-present

2009

WES 27, SVC 14

8 - Mike Speal

69 - Mike Speal 6 - Mike Speal

396 - Logan Small 3 - Logan Small

16 - Tom Quirin

279 - Rob James

2 - M ike Wampler/Jake Gabelt 69 - Jeff Graham

6.5 - Dan Mecca

2.5 - Garrett Hazlett

2 - Josh Diamond/Quillian Reid 4 - Garrett Hazlett

728 - Marc Duncan 698 - Marc Duncan

33 - Dan Blaszkowski


CHUCK NOLL FIELD

Located in the southwest corner of campus at the base of the hill in front of Saint Benedict Hall - the freshmen dorm the field features a 225’ x 360’ natural grass playing surface, equipped with a computer-designed underground multilayer drainage system and an automatic sprinkler system. The field itself was installed in 2004 as part of a $1 million upgrade of the College’s athletic fields what also included other playing fields for soccer, lacrosse, field hockey, and softball. The approach to Chuck Noll field features an eight-foot wide

paved walkway leading from the spacious parking area on Saint Vincent Drive to an entrance plaza where patrons have access to the consessions, restrooms, and press box. Entry into the seating area is down one of four stairways descending from the plaza. The stadium’s seating capacity is approximately 1,100, with 21 rows of aluminum bench-style seats. The stadium is designed to permit expansion if College officials at a later date deem it advisable.

An 18’ x 35’ two-story brick and glass press box provides accomodations for sports information personnel, news media, visiting coaches, and college guests. Men’s and women’s restrooms and a concession stand are other features of the stadium, which can also be utilized for games by the men’s and women’s soccer and lacrosse teams. Tasso Katselas Architects of Pittsburgh were designers of Chuck Noll Field, while the Massaro Corporation was the general contractor.

CHUCK NOLL FIELD

Constructed in the summer of 2007, Chuck Noll Field is the home of Bearcat football. Named after Chuck Noll, a member of the National Football League Hall of Fame, the stadium was officially blessed and dedicated on August 2, 2007. In the summer months, the field is used for practice by the Pittsburgh Steelers, as the five-time World Champion has held its summer training camp at Saint Vincent each summer since 1967.

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SAINT VINCENT COLLEGE

SAINT VINCENT COLLEGE

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Saint Vincent College is a Catholic, coeducational, liberal arts college sponsored by the Benedictine monks of the Saint Vincent Archabbey. The College’s 200+ acre suburban campus is located at the foothills of the scenic Laurel Highlands, 35 miles east of the city of Pittsburgh. Saint Vincent was the first Benedictine foundation in the United States. The archabbey and college were founded in 1846 by Boniface Wimmer, a monk from the Benedictine Abbey of Metten in Bavaria. Saint Vincent College is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.

The faculty at Saint Vincent numbers 210, 75 percent of which have earned their Doctorate or terminal degrees at prestigious schools including Catholic University, Notre Dame, Cornell, Stanford, Carnegie Mellon, University of Chicago, and Yale. The student to faculty ratio is roughly 14 to 1, giving the students a very rich learning environment. Total undergraduate enrollment is slightly 1,800, with approximately 51 percent men and 49 percent women. Students hail from 27

U.S. states and territories, and 18 foreign countries.

The College offers 55 majors and minors throughout four schools of study. The schools include the Alex G. McKenna School of Business, Economics, and Government, The Fred Rogers School of Social Sciences, Communication, and Education, The School of Humanities and Fine Arts, and The School of Natural Science, Mathematics, and Computing.

Saint Vincent College has been repeatedly ranked in national publications, including: Barrons 300 Best Buys in College Education; Money Magazine (Top 15 Best Values in the U.S.), U.S. News and World Report Guide to America’s Best Colleges; National Review: Guide to America’s Top Liberal Arts Colleges; and The Princeton Review. In December 2008, the prestigous Forbes Magazine also named Saint Vincent College among its list of “America’s Best Colleges,” one of just three Catholic Colleges in the state of Pennsylvania listed.

Saint Vincent Facts

LOCATION: Latrobe, Pennsylvania 35 miles east of Pittsburgh

ENROLLMENT: Approximately 1,800 students (52% male/48% female)

FINANCIAL AID: Over 90% of students who apply for financial aid were offered that aid, including scholarships, grants, achievement awards, low-interest loans, and work-study employment.

STUDENT-FACULTY RATIO: 14-1; 75% faculty have Doctorate or terminal degrees. CLASS SIZE AVERAGE: 24

COST: Total cost for tuition and fees $26,450. Room and board - $8,442

ADMISSIONS CONTACT: 1-800-7225549; admission@stvincent.edu; www.stvincent.edu/admission


ATHLETIC FACILITIES

Completed in March 2009, the multi-purpose artifial turf field will play host to SVC lacrosse, soccer, and field hockey

Saint Vincent College is proud to call itself the summer home of the Pittsburgh Steelers, as for each of the past 41 years, the six-time Super Bowl champions use the College as its summer training camp. For six weeks in mid-July through late August, the Steelers use the same athletic facilities that Saint Vincent College student-athletes utilize throughout the school year, including three grass fields located in the middle of campus that are equipped with state-of-the-art drainage. In addition, the Steelers also use the same fitness center and locker rooms as the Bearcats, as well as the Resnick Swimming Pool, the Robert S. Carey Student Center gymnasium, and the athletic training center.

The Robert S. Carey gymnasium, renovated in 2003, allows SVC outdoor sports to practice despite inclement weather

Built in 2003, the Saint Vincent fitness center holds a wide array of free weights, machines, ellipticals, and treadmills

The Bearcat football team calls Chuck Noll Field, constructed in 2007, its home. The1,200-seat natural grass facility remains in top notch condition following the departure of the Steelers in the summer, as do the two full-sized adjacent practice fields, used solely by the Bearcat football team.

One of 15 spacious locker rooms, renovated with the Carey Center project in 2003

Chuck Noll Field, home of the Pittsburgh Steelers in the summer, Bearcat football in the fall, and Bearcat lacrosse in the spring

Following the construction of Chuck Noll Field, Saint Vincent saw another beautiful surface installed on campus in the spring of 2009, when a multi-purpose artificial turf field was constructed. Used by soccer and field hockey in the fall and lacrosse in the spring, the natural grass surface also allows the Bearcat football team a practice facility when soggy conditions may render the natural grass practice fields unplayable. While the playing and practice fields are top-notch, Saint Vincent student-athletes also have access to some of the finest conditioning and training facilities in small-college athletics. The SVC fitness center, built in 2003, houses numerous free weights, machines, and cardio equipment, while Bearcat student-athletes have the privelege of receiving first-class training and therapy treatments in the spacious SVC athletic training center, also built in 2003 and located in the Carey Center.

The spacious SVC athletic training facility was expanded in 2003, and features state of the art equipment for treatment and therapy

SAINT VINCENT COLLEGE

The Pittsburgh Steelers utilize the Saint Vincent athletic fields during their 2009 training camp

Saint Vincent College believes that physical activity is essential for a wellrounded education. With 20 varsity sports and over a dozen club and intramural sports, Saint Vincent College gives student athletes an opportunity to continue their athletic careers while receiving a top-notch education. America’s first Benedictine College also boasts some of the finest athletic facilities in the region, contributing to the student’s athletic experience and to the beauty of the pristine campus.

Saint Vincent Varsity Sports

Men Baseball Basketball Cross Country Football Golf Lacrosse Soccer Swimming Tennis Track

Women Basketball Cross Country Field Hockey Golf Lacrosse Soccer Softball Swimming Tennis Volleyball

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The Saint Vincent College Sports Information Department would like to welcome you to the 2009 Bearcat Football season! We hope the 2009 Bearcat Football Media Guide can serve a varietey of purposes for the media, fans, families, and alumni. We appreciate your interest in the Saint Vincent football program.

The Saint Vincent College Sports Information Office provides complete information and media services for the school’s 20 varsity sports. The office is responsible for all public and media relations pertaining to athletics, athletic department publications, the athletic department’s Web site, statistical and historical record keeping for all sports, and other promotional activities regarding the athletic department. The Saint Vincent Sports Information Office is located on the second floor of the Robert S. Carey Center.

INTERVIEWS: All interviews with college coaches, athletes, and staff members much be arranged through the Sports Information Department. After games, locker rooms are closed to the public. Player and coach interviews, however, can be conducted following each game on the field beginning 10 minutes following the conclusion of the game. The visiting teams will determine their locker room/interview policies.

STATISTICS: Statistical summaries will be available during the game at the conclusion of each quarter. Following the game, complete statistical summaries will be available to all working media in the press box, while the complete playby-play summaries are also available by request. Please allow 20 minutes following the game for statistics to be completed. Prior to the game, all statistical information will be found on the Saint Vincent athletic website at www.stvincent.edu/football. GAME DAY INFORMATION: Rosters, depth charts, and game notes will be distributed to media members who will be in attendance, and to visiting college sports information directors, no later than the Thursday before game day. All of this information, as well as the game day program, will also be distributed in the Chuck Noll Field press box on gameday. RADIO/PHONE LINES: All requests for radio lines must be made to Jeff Zidek no later than the Wednesday before game day.

PHOTO REQUESTS: Photos of all coaches and players are available electronically by contacting the Sports Information Department. Photo requests may also be sent via e-mail to sports@stvincent.edu.

MEDIA INFORMATION

MEDIA CREDENTIALS: Media credentials are availble through the Sports Information Office by contacting Jeff Zidek via phone (724-805-2476) or e-mail (jeff.zidek@email.stvincent.edu). We ask that working media reserve space in the Chuck Noll Field press box no later than the Wednesday of the week of the game. Due to extreme space limitations in the Chuck Noll Field press box, credentials will be issued on a first come, first served basis. Credentials will be handed out in the Chuck Noll Field press box on game day beginning two hours before kickoff.

BROADCAST DVD SALES: DVD copies of the broadcasts of all 10 Bearcat games - home and away - are available for purchase through the Saint Vincent Sports Information Department. Games can be purchased individually ( ) or in a fullseason package. In addition, games from each of the past three seasons are also available for purchase. The broadcast team of Dow Carnahan, Jim Jones, and Mike Porembka call the action, while all camera, graphics, and production work is done by Saint Vincent College students.

For the fourth straight season, Saint Vincent College will team up with WCNS 1480-AM and the Red Zone Media Network to bring you Bearcat football action each week. Dow Carnahan will handle the play-by-play, Jim Jones the color commentary, and Mike Pokremba the sideline reporting for each broadcast. While each game can be heard live locally on 1480 WCNS, they will also be available online at www.redzonemedia.com, where they will be heard live and then archived. In addition, each game will be aired locally on SVC-TV, featuring the announcing of Carnahan, Jones, and Pokremba, and the camera work of Saint Vincent College student workers.

Dow Carnahan (left) and Jim Jones

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2010 Saint Vincent College Football Media Guide  

Information on the football team at Saint Vincent College