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an outstanding 2008 season that saw W&M rise as high as 12th in the national rankings, this year’s edition of the Tribe returns 15 letterwinners. Among those are a pair of All-Americans and six all-conference selections.


2009 TRIBE FOOTBALL INTRODUCTION

The William and Mary Football Program is proud to offer its student-athletes a first-class experience. Operating out of the state-of-the-art, 30,000-square foot Jimmye Lay-

cock Football Center, its facilities are on par with any program in the FCS world. Led by Laycock, one of the most established and respected coaches in the nation, the program has produced 77 All-Americans, won three conference titles and earned seven NCAA Playoff appearances. Playing within the Colonial Athletic Association, its league is the premier conference in the nation. Located on one of the nation’s most beautiful and historic campuses, William and Mary offers an internationally respected educational experience that annually ranks among the nation’s elite schools. Simply put, for nearly 120 years, the College’s football program has produced outstanding players on the field and exceptional people off it.

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With 15 starters returning from a squad that turned in a 7-4 mark a season ago, expectations are high. The Tribe figures to be led by a contingent of returning allconference performers, including 2008 All-American DE Adrian Tracy.

Tribe Head Coach Jimmye Laycock enters his 30th season on the W&M sidelines supported by a coaching staff that brings the squad more than a 100 years of combined Division I coaching experience.

DJ McAulay is one of six returning all-conference performers for the Tribe. perf He looks to finish his career inside the top 10 of most of the school’s career receiving categories.

Mike Cook graduated after the 1998 season as one in a long line of great signal callers in W&M’s history. He is one of three quarterbacks to have earned AllAmerican honors under Laycock’s tutelage.

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2009 TRIBE FOOTBALL CONTENTS

CONTENTS 1

This is Tribe Football

Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Quick Facts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Tribe Football Highlights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Exceptional People, Exceptional Place . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Storied History. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Facility Enhancement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Walter J. Zable Stadium at Cary Field . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Strength Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Sports Medicine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Tribe Football Equipment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

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2009 Season Outlook

2009 Season Outlook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Preseason Depth Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Alphabetical and Numerical Rosters. . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Roster Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

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Opponents

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Tribe Coaching Staff

Opponent Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 2009 Opponent All-Time Series Results . . . . . . . . . . 36 The CAA Football Conference. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 2008 CAA Review . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 2009 CAA Football Composite/TV Schedule . . . . . . 40

Head Coach Jimmye Laycock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Offensive Coord. Zbig Kepa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48

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Defensive Coord. Bob Shoop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Assistant Coaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Football Support Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 All-Time Assistant Coaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56

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2008 Season Review

Team Captains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Returning Player Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Newcomer Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86

2008 Season Recap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 Game-by-Game Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 Statistics and Superlatives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97

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Historical Timeline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 All-Americans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 The Payton Award . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 All-Time Honors and Awards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 Tribe Football in the Pros . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 Walk-On Hall of Fame. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116 Tribe Football in the W&M Hall of Fame. . . . . . . . 118 Record Book. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119 Top Offensive Perf Performances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124 The Last Time It Happened . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 All-Time Coaches and Captains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126 All-Time Roster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128 All-Time Series Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136 Year-by-Year Results. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138

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The College of W&M

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Media Information

The College at a Glance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146 Tribe Athletics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148 Tradition of Excellence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 Officers of the College. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 Athletics Director Terry Driscoll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152 Athletics Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153 The Tribe Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156

Sports Information Staff and Policies . . . . . . . . . . . 158 Media Outlets and the Tribe Radio Network . . . . . 159 Tribe Opponent Composite Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . 160

CREDITS Editor: Pete Clawson Layout and Design: Rob Turner Cover Design: Pete Clawson and Rob Turner Production Assistant: Kris Sears Assistant Editors: Rob Turner Turner, Kris Sears, Jacob Skipper, Scott Burns, Jack Lambert Photography: Bob Keroack, Jim Agnew, Guy Crittenden, Pete Clawson, Lou Capazolli, Julia Martin, Al Owens, Mark Campbell, Will King, Helen Orderisi, Ray Gilbert, Rick A. Kolodziej/Minnesota Vikings, New Orleans Saints, Dan Van Slyke/Jacksonville Jaguars, Arizona Cardinals Printing: Colonial Printing, Richmond, Va.


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TribeAthletics.com is the official website of William and Mary Athletics. The site features the most current information on Tribe Football and W&M’s other 22 athletics programs. In

addition to press releases, schedules, statistics and player biographies, the site also includes photo galleries, video highlights and video features.

2009 Tribe Football Quick Facts General Information Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Williamsburg, Va. Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1693 Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7,625 Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tribe School Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . Green, Gold and Silver Stadium . . . . .Walter J. Zable Stadium at Cary Field Opened . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1935 Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12,259 Surface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FieldTurf Pro President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W. Taylor Reveley, III Chancellor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sandra Day O’Connor Athletics Director. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Terry Driscoll Athletic Department Phone . . . . . . (757) 221-3400 Ticket Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(757) 221-3340 Program History First year of football . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1893 Season of football . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115th Bowl/Playoff record . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-8 (6-7 in FCS) Years in postseason play. . . . . . . . . . . . .14 (9 in FCS) Last playoff appearance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004 Results . . . . . . . . . . . . .L, 48-34, vs. JMU, Semifinals . . W, 44-38 (2 OT), vs. Delaware, Quarterfinals . . . . . . . . . .W, 42-35, vs. Hampton, First Round All-time record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 523-510-41 (.506) All-time CAA Football record . . . . . . . . 76-54 (.585)

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Tribe Coaching Staff Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jimmye Laycock Alma Mater, Year. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W&M, 1970 Record at W&M/Years. . . . . . . . . . . . 189-138-2 / 29 Career Record/Years . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Same Football Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . (757) 221-3337 Best time to reach . . . . . . . . Call Sports Information Assistant Coaches Offensive Coordinator/WR. . . . . . . . . . Zbig Kepa Defensive Coordinator/DB . . . . . . . . . Bob Shoop Assistant Head Coach/OL . . . . . . .Bob Solderitch DL/Recruiting Coordinator. . . . . Trevor Andrews LB/Special Teams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Scott Boone Running Backs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . David Corley, Jr. Video Coord./CB . . . . . . . . . . . . . Trey Henderson Offensive Assistant/TE . . . . . . . Brendan Nugent Offensive Assistant/QB. . . . . . . . Christian Taylor Defensive Assistant/LB. . . . . . . . . . . John Bowes Team Information Affiliation . . . .NCAA Championship Subdivision (FCS) Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CAA Football 2008 Record. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4 Conference Finish . . . . . 5-3, Fourth (Southern Div.) Final National Ranking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20th Offensive Starters Returning/Lost. . . . . . . . . . . . 7/4 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost . . . . . . . . . . . 8/3 Special Teams Starters Returning/Lost . . . . . . . 2/0

Sports Information Web site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TribeAthletics.com Office phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(757) 221-3344 Office fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(757) 221-2989 Press Box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(757) 221-3414 Assistant AD for Media Relations, Primary Football Contact. . . . . . . . Pete Clawson Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (757) 221-3369 E-mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .pmclaw@wm.edu Associate Director, Secondary Football Contact. . . . . . . . Rob Turner Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(757) 221-3370 E-mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . rrturn@wm.edu Associate Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kris Sears Associate Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jake Skipper Assistant Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Scott Burns Assistant Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Julia Martin Mailing Address. . . . . . . . .W&M Sports Information . . . . . . . . . PO Box 399, Williamsburg, VA 23187 Shipping Address . . . . . . .W&M Sports Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . William and Mary Hall . . . . . . 751 Ukrop Way, Williamsburg, VA 23185

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HIGHLIGHTS

CHUCK ALBERTSON (’67) [middle] was named the 1966 Southern Conference Athlete of the Year after helping the Tribe earn the league title.

LANG CAMPBELL (’05) is one of 33 players who has earned All-America honors under Head Coach Jimmye Laycock. As a senior in 2004, Campbell earned the Walter Payton Award, given to the nation’s most outstanding offensive player in the FCS ranks.

ROB VARNO was one of nine Tribe players who earned All-CAA honors in 2008. Since 1993, W&M players have garnered 146 all-conference awards.

TRIBE • Seven Conference Titles (Yankee/A-10/CAA, ’04, ’01, ’96; Southern, ’70, ’66, ’47, ’42) • Seven FCS Playoff Berths (’04, ’01, ’96, ’93, ’90, ’89, ’86) • 146 all-conference awards since 1993 • 100% graduation rates in ’04, ’06 and ’07 • 17 all-time Academic All-Americans and 59 academic all-conference selections since 1993

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• 112-66 (.629) against FCS opponents since 1993 • Fourth-best winning percentage (.585) in conference history • 195-113-6 (.631) all-time winning percentage at Zable Stadium • 523 all-time victories, ranking in the top 30 among all FCS teams • Seven undefeated regular seasons at Zable Stadium

• 33 All-Americans under Head Coach Jimmye Laycock

• School records for final ranking (No. 3) and victories (11) in 2004

• One Walter Payton Award winner (Lang Campbell, ’04)

• Three ee former Tribe players currently on active NFL rosters

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In addition to winning seven conference titles in the program’s history, every class since 1996 had earned at least one conference championship ring entering the 2008 season.


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DEREK COX (’09) became the third Tribe player currently on an active NFL roster when the Jacksonville Jaguars selected him in the third round of the 2009 NFL Draft. He joins four-time All-Pro Darren Sharper rper (’97) (New Orleans Saints) and 10-year veteran Mike Leach (’00) (Arizona Cardinals).

The 2004 Tribe squad won a school-record 11 games, advanced to the national semifinal game and finished the season with a ranking of No. 3.

HIGHLIGHTS

MARK KELSO (’85), a two-time firstteam academic All-American, is part of a proud Tribe tradition that includes 17 Academic All-America selections.

JOSH BEYER (’97), a member of the Tribe Football Hall of Fame, helped W&M to two of its seven FCS playoff berths (1993, 1996).

FOOTBALL A MESSAGE FROM HEAD COACH JIMMYE LAYCOCK In a program that has more than 110 years of tradition, there is no more exciting time to be involved with William and Mary football than the present. Generations of Tribe players have benefited from receiving one of the world’s best educations, while also excelling on the playing field. The successes of the coaches and players who have come before have made it possible for all future generations of William and Mary athletes to enjoy facilities that are now equal to the greatness of the program’s tradition. In the last five years, the school’s commitment to football has been unparalleled, as we have installed a new FieldTurf playing surface, a state-of-the-art scoreboard and, of course, the $11 million football center. These additions will allow Tribe players to maximize their development in a first-class environment using the most modern technology available. There is no doubt that our great history has positioned the program for an even brighter future. As ever, we are looking for student-athletes who want the opportunity to be a part of a championship football program and value the educational experience that will pay dividends for a lifetime. Go Tribe!

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MIKE TOMLIN (’95)

1994 TEAM CAPTAIN

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MIKE TOMLIN (’95) Head Coach Pittsburgh Steelers 2009 Super Bowl Champions

TOM DEXTER (’91) Team Captain, 1991 Senior Vice President Merrill Lynch Private Bank

EXCEPTIONAL PEOPLE, EXCEPTIONAL PLACE

“Expectations are high at William and Mary and there’s nothing wrong with that - you’ve got to learn to embrace them. I think that’s why so many young people who come through this university and this athletic department are successful. On a day-to-day basis there are exceptional young people walking around this place, and it’s a proving ground. It’s a special place.”

DAVID MURPHY (’84) First Vice President-Investments Wachovia Securities, LLC

TERRENCE G. HAMMONS, JR., ESQ. (’96) Team Captain, 1995 Corporate Counsel Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.

TODD DURKIN (’94) Team Captain, 1993 Owner, Fitness Quest 10 & Todd Durkin Enterprises Pictured with New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees

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DEREK COX (’09) 2007, 2008 TEAM CAPTAIN THIRD ROUND NFL DRAFT PICK JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS

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When one thinks of the College of William and Mary, the first thought might be of the history of the institution -- or perhaps its place in American history. Or, possibly those who attended might think back to their good times, the unforgettable campus or their focus of study. But none of those things are what makes a place of learning great. Though the College has them all -- it is the quality of the graduate and the ability to excel in whichever field of work or study that he or she pursues. For Tribe Football, the same principles apply, as many former football players have gone on to have successful careers in the business world, professional sports and a number of other areas. Among the notables is Mike Tomlin (’95), who was named the head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers on January 22, 2007 and has since led his team to a Super Bowl

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title. J.D. Gibbs (’92) is the team president of the Joe Gibbs Racing organization, while Tom Dexter (’92), a senior vice president at Merrill Lynch, is one of a number of former players to succeed in business. It was Thomas Jefferson, Class of 1762, who said of education so eloquently: “Above all things I hope the education of the common people will be attended to, convinced that on their good sense we may rely with the most security for the preservation of a due degree of liberty.” This embodies exactly what his alma mater has been striving to do for more than 300 years of its proud history. Understandably, William and Mary and Tribe Football have had more than its fair share of the best and brightest of America to claim as its own. Pictured on these pages are a few of the program’s finest alums who have gone on to make an impact in their chosen field.


J.D. GIBBS (’92) Team President Joe Gibbs Racing

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WAYNE MACMASTERS (’83) President, Tidewater Physical Therapy

KENDRICK ASHTON, JR. (’98) Perella Weinberg Partners LP

TROY KEEN (’96) Vice President Wachovia Capital Markets, LLC A Wells Fargo Company

DARREN SHARPER (’97) Four-Time Pro Bowl Selection New Orleans Saints

“Being on campus you always felt like you were part of something bigger. The history and the prestige of William and Mary makes you proud to be a part of the school. The lessons learned in the classroom and out of it continue to be a part of my life to this day.”

“During my years as a student-athlete at William and Mary, the quality of my experience was often measured by grades and box stats. However, in my years since leaving the College, that same experience has been measured by certain intangibles such as integrity, accountability and commitment – a testament to the high expectations set by the College and the athletic program. While playing football there, you think in terms of wins and losses and it’s not until after you’ve graduated do you realize that you’re adequately prepared to face the successes and challenges that lay ahead. William and Mary provided me the opportunity and resources to establish a strong foundation in life and I still stand on it today.”

EXCEPTIONAL PLACE William & Mary Notable Alumni George Washington First President of the United States received his surveyor’s certificate from W&M and later served as the College’s 14th Chancellor

John Tyler 1807 10th President of the United States and Chancellor of W&M Walter J. Zable 1937, L.L.D. 1978 Chairman/CEO Cubic Corporation, benefactor of Zable Stadium

Thomas Jefferson 1762, L.L.D 1783 Author of the Declaration of Independence, third President of the United States

Mark McCormack 1951 Sports agency pioneer, founder of International Management Group

James Monroe 1776 Fifth President of the United States, architect of the Monroe Doctrine

Jim Kaplan 1957 Owner of Cornell Dubilier Electronics; endowed W&M’s Kaplan Arena

Winfield Scott 1805 Longest serving general in U.S. military history (1814-1861)

Raymond A. Mason 1959 Founder and CEO of investment firm Legg Mason, Inc.; Namesake of W&M Mason School of Business

James Ukrop 1960 Chairman of Ukrop’s Super Markets, Chairman of First Market Bank A. Marshall Acuff, Jr. 1962 Former managing director of Solomon Smith Barney Henry C. Wolf 1964, J.D. 1966 Chief Financial Officer and Vice Chairman, Norfolk Southern Corporation; Benefactor of Henry C. Wolf Law Library at the College Robert M. Gates 1965, L.H.D. 1998 Current United States Secretary of Defense, former director of the CIA Joseph J. Plumeri 1966 Chairman and CEO of The Willis Group, namesake of W&M’s Plumeri Park

Susan Morrissey Livingstone 1968 Undersecretary, U.S. Navy Rebecca Beach Smith 1971 U.S. District Court Judge (Virginia’s first female federal judge) J. Edward Coleman 1973 CEO of Gateway, Inc. Glenn Close 1974 Actress Janet A. Sanderson 1977 U.S. Ambassador to Algeria Karen L. Hall 1978 Television Writer (Judging Amy, M*A*S*H)

Jon Stewart 1984 Anchor and writer of Emmywinning television program The Daily Show Michael K. Powell 1985 Former chairman of the Federal Communications Commission; Appointed as Rector of the College of William and Mary (2006) Penelope W. Kyle, M.B.A. 1987 President of Radford University For a more complete list of notable alumni visit: http://www.wmalumni.com

Michael F. Rogers 1981 President, Investors Bank & Trust Company

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“FLYIN” JACK CLOUD

THREE-TIME ALL-AMERICAN

The 1942 squad posted a 9-1-1 record and concluded the season with a 14-7 victory at Oklahoma en route to W&M’s second Southern Conference title.

A three-time All-American, Flyin’ Jack Cloud led the Tribe to one of the nation’s biggest upsets in 1948 when W&M tied North Carolina, 7-7. He also helped the College defeat N.C. State, Virginia Tech and Arkansas that season. Cloud’s NFL career included stints with the Green Bay Packers and the Washington Redskins.

Senior co-captains Lang Cambell and Wade Harrell led the Tribe to the national semifinal game in 2004. The College earned a school-record 11 wins that season and claimed the Atlantic 10 title.

STORIED The First Team

In the fall of 1893, Charles L. Hepburn brought together the first official football team at W&M, the College’s first organized athletic team. The 1893 team played three games, starting with the first contest in school history against a YMCA team from Norfolk.

From The Beginning

W&M is one of only 20 FCS schools to play 1,000, or more, games in college football history. Outside of the Ivy League schools, only 13 have played 1,000, or more. W&M ranks inside the top 30 for all-time victories (522) and is one of four teams in the current CAA Football Conference with 500, or more.

Championships

In 1942, W&M won its first Southern Conference Championship. W&M would add Southern titles in 1947, 1966 and 1970. After joining what is now the CAA Football Con-

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ference in 1993, W&M has won conference championships three times. The Tribe captured league titles in 1996, 2001 and 2004.

First Team All-American Michael “Pinball” Clemons was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in 1987 and later played 12 seasons for the Toronto Argonauts before being inducted into the CFL Hall of Fame.

Bowl Games

W&M earned bowl bids in back-to-back years in 1947 and 1948, with the latter being a 20-0 win over Oklahoma State in the Delta Bowl. W&M faced Arkansas in the 1947 Dixie Bowl and battled Toledo in the 1970 Tangerine Bowl.

Remember When?

Flyin’ Jack Cloud led W&M to one of the nation’s biggest upsets in 1948, a 7-7 tie against North Carolina, and wins over N.C. State, Virginia Tech and Arkansas. W&M’s 1967 victory over Navy ranks as one of the biggest upsets in college football history. When the NCAA celebrated the first 100 years of college football, it listed the 10 greatest upsets in history. One of them was William and Mary 27, Navy 16, Oct. 21, 1967.

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Storied Rivalries

The W&M-Richmond rivalry is the fourth-most played series in FCS history, trailing only LafayetteLehigh (143), Yale-Princeton (130) and Yale-Harvard (124). Additionally, the W&M-UR match-up is among longest uninterrupted running FCS rivalries in the nation.


STORIED HISTORY

A two-time All-American at W&M, Steve Christie had a successful NFL career.

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Jim Ryan (’79) played 10 seasons (1979-88) and won two Super Bowls as a linebacker for the Denver Broncos. He then spent four seasons as an assistant coach with the organization.

Coach Jim Root is flanked by co-captains Joe Montgomery and Randy Rovesti and the rest of the 1973 senior class.

Head Coach Lou Holtz and his staff, which included assistant Bobby Ross, led the Tribe to the 1970 Southern Conference title. Holtz was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame this past summer.

HISTORY Legendary Coaches

In 1964, current NFL Hall-of-Famer Marv Levy took over and later directed W&M to one of the school’s biggest victories, the 27-16 win over Navy in 1967. Lou Holtz succeeded Levy as head coach and guided W&M to a berth in the Tangerine Bowl in 1970. Bobby Ross was an assistant on Holtz’s 1970 Southern Conference Championship team.

All-Americans

Beginning with Hap Halligan in 1930, Buster Ramsey in 1942 and Jack Cloud in 1946, and ranging to Rich Musinski in 2003 and Lang Campbell in 2004, W&M boasts a long and impressive list of All-Americans. The program has produced more than 60 all-time All-Americans, including 33 under current head coach Jimmye Laycock.

Laycock Era

Laycock returned to his alma mater as head coach in 1980 and has guided the program through an unprecedented run of success that stretches to present day. W&M has posted 19 winning seasons, made seven playoff appearances and nine postseason appearances in total, while rewriting nearly the entire football record book. In 2004, the program reached new heights, advancing to the national semifinals for the first time, recording a school-record 11 wins and finishing with an all-time high No. 3 final ranking.

NFL Hall-of-Famer Marv Levy led William and Mary to the 1966 Southern Conference Championship. Among his most memorable victories was a 27-16 win versus Navy in 1967, which was later deemed as one of college football’s 10 greatest upsets when the NCAA celebrated its first 100 years.

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FACILITY ENHANCEMENT 2009 TRIBE FOOTBALL

JIMMYE LAYCOCK FOOTBALL CENTER

The $11 million, 30,000-square foot Jimmye Laycock Football Center was dedicated in June of 2008 and provides a state-of-the-art facility for the program. The center features meeting rooms, coaches’ offices, team and coaches’ lockers, an athletic training room, equipment storage areas and administrative support areas.

The center’s foyer features a 1,650-square foot area that serves as a grand entrance with a circular stairwell to offices. The area also displays prominent moments from the program’s proud history.

The 900-square foot recruiting lounge features a flat-screen HD TV and has windows and a balcony overlooking Zable Stadium.

The 4,200-square foot locker room features two flat-screen HD TVs and 102 fully equipped lockers with airflow systems.

The center features five meeting rooms that are all networked with a high-tech video system.

FACILITY THE JIMMYE LAYCOCK FOOTBALL CENTER The William and Mary Athletics Department has recently taken major steps in upgrading the football program’s facilities. Primarily through the generosity of private donors, current and future Tribe football players will enjoy some of the finest modern day facilities and amenities in the nation. Last June, W&M officially dedicated the $11 million, 30,000-square foot Jimmye Laycock Football Center, which is located at the northwest corner of Zable Stadium. Funded exclusively through private gifts, the facility provides a new home for meeting rooms, coaches’ offices, team and coaches’ lockers, an athletic training room, equipment storage areas and administrative support areas. As part of the Laycock Center project, the Joseph Montgomery Practice Complex was also redone with natural grass Bermuda sod. The construction of the Laycock Center is just the most recent addition to what has been an incredible transformation of Tribe football facilities. Prior to the 2007 season, W&M added a state-of-the-art scoreboard with video replay capabilities. The scoreboard is located in the same area as the previous scoreboard and is supported by brick columns that compliment the campus surroundings. In 2006, FieldTurf Pro, a new top-of-the-line artificial playing surface that is featured in more than 20 NFL stadiums, was installed. During the previous season, a state-of-the-art lighting system was added to accommodate night games.

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“The center is definitely a tribute to coach Laycock. He’s the creator, motivator and architect of what William and Mary football is today. He’s the man who put the program on the national map … Coach Laycock has done the one thing that is so hard in football and that’s to consistently compete at a high level and put a winner on the field by doing things the right way.” Darren Sharper (’97) New Orleans Saints Four-Time NFL Pro Bowl Selection


The Joseph Montgomery Practice Complex, located directly behind the Laycock Center, features a natural Bermuda grass sod surface.

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A video scoreboard was added to Zable Stadium prior to the 2007 season. The state-of-the art scoreboard features video replay capabilities and is supported with brick columns.

An artificial surface, FieldTurf Pro, replaced the natural grass surface of Cary Field in the summer of 2006. FieldTurf Pro is the same surface featured in more than 20 NFL Stadiums.

FACILITY ENHANCEMENT

A top-of-the-line permanent lighting system was installed at Zable Stadium in 2005.

ENHANCEMENT LAYCOCK CENTER QUICK FACTS Overview

Foyer

Athletic Training Room

• $11 million facility • 30,445 square feet, two-stories • Houses meeting rooms, coaches’ offices, locker rooms, equipment room, training room and Tribe football history space

• 1,650-square foot area serving as grand entrance with circular stairwell to offices • Sky lights • Visual presentation of program’s proud history

• 3,900 square feet, featuring 2,800-square foot treatment, rehabilitation and taping area • Hydro-therapy pool • Doctor’s exam room

Office Space

Meeting Space

• Eight coaches’ offices, including 500-square foot head coach suite with balcony view into Zable Stadium • Assistant coaches’ offices overlook practice field • All offices networked into a state-of-the-art video system • 300-square foot video production room

• One 2,500-square foot team meeting room with wall-to-wall carpet • Four additional position meeting rooms, averaging 300 square feet • All meeting areas networked with video system • 900-square foot recruiting lounge with window and balcony overlooking Zable

• 4,200 square feet, carpeted with 102 lockers • Two flat-screen HD TVs • Breakout meeting space • Full bathroom/shower area and drink station • Fully equipped lockers with airflow system

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QUICK FACTS

This aerial shot shows a game at Cary Field in 1935, the inaugural season in the current stadium. W&M began playing in the stadium before construction was complete, as shown in the photo.

Official Name Walter J. Zable Stadium at Cary Field

First Playoff Win Nov. 24, 1990 vs. UMass (Won, 38-0)

Seasons 75, Opened in 1935

All-Time Record 195-113-6 (.631)

Original Cost $138,395 - Financed by a grant through the Public Works Administration

W&M vs. Yankee/A-10/CAA 41-25 (.621)

Capacity 12,259

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Surface FieldTurf Pro

More than 19,000 fans packed Cary Field on Nov. 5, 1949 to watch the College battle the University of North Carolina.

Laycock’s Record at Zable 104-44-1 (.701) Largest Crowds Estimated 19,000 vs. UNC on Nov. 5, 1949; 18,054 vs. Richmond on Nov. 16, 1985

First Game Sept. 21, 1935 vs. Virginia (Tied, 0-0)

Longest Winning Streak 14, 11/23/91-10/15/94

First Win Oct. 19, 1935 vs. Guilford (44-0)

Largest Margin of Victory 61, 61-0 vs. GW, 1942; 610, vs. Ft. McLelland, 1946

First Playoff Game Nov. 29, 1986 vs. Delaware (Lost, 51-17)

Largest Margin of Defeat 49, 55-6 vs. West Virginia on Nov. 15, 1958

ZABLE THROUGH 1906-07 The first Cary Field is built, near the current location of Blow Memorial Hall. LATE 1920s Cary Field is moved farther west on campus, approximately to the current site of the Bryan residence complex. SEPTEMBER 21, 1935 The “New” Cary Field opens at the stadium’s current location with a wooden baseballstyle bleacher capacity of 10,000. Although the stadium is not fully constructed, W&M and Virginia battle to a scoreless tie. Later that season, W&M records its first victory in the stadium, a 44-0 decision over Guilford.

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NOVEMBER 5, 1949 An estimated crowd of more than 19,000 packs the Cary Field Stadium to witness North Carolina earn a hard-fought, 20-14, victory over W&M. It was the College’s only loss at Cary Field that season. 1979 A $1 million renovation project at Cary Field replaces the wooden seats, repairs masonry, renovates locker rooms and provides the first enclosed press box. NOVEMBER 16, 1985 An official Homecoming crowd of 18,054 watches the Tribe defeat Richmond, 28-17, in the season finale, completing the first undefeated season at Cary Field under Jimmye Laycock.

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NOVEMBER 29, 1986 W&M hosts Delaware in the first NCAA Playoff game at Cary Field, falling 51-17. NOVEMBER 3, 1990 The stadium at Cary Field is officially dedicated, Walter J. Zable Stadium, before the Homecoming game against Furman. SEPTEMBER 25, 1993 W&M defeats Harvard, 45-17, on the 100th anniversary of the College’s first football game. SUMMER 2003 Open-air sky boxes are added above the grandstands in the North end zone.


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2. 12,259 - 12/10/04 (JMU, L, 48-34) 12,259 - 9/30/06 (Hofstra, L, 16-14) 12,259 - 11/10/07 (JMU, L, 55-34) 5. 11,741 - 9/24/05 (Liberty, W, 56-0) 6. 11,682 - 9/28/02 (Delaware, W, 45-42) 7. 11,639 - 8/30/07 (Delaware, L, 49-31)

9. 10,667 - 8/30/97 (Hampton, W, 31-6) 10. 10,632 - 10/4/08 (Villanova, L, 38-28)

Top Season Attendance Averages (Since 1997) 1. 10,700 - 2007 (5 games) 2. 10,645 - 2006 (5 games) 3. 9,738 - 2008 (6 games) 4. 9,306 - 1997 (5 games) 5. 9,162 - 2005 (5 games) 6. 8,432 - 2002 (5 games) *Modern Day attendance figures. In 1997, the seating capacity of Zable Stadium was changed to 13,279, from 15,000, and was later altered to the current capacity of 12,259.

With Walter Zable (’37) and wife Betty (’40) on hand, former president Paul Verkuil announced the dedication of Zable Stadium on Nov. 3, 1990.

Largest Margin of Victory 1. 61 (61-0) . . . . . . . . . GW, 1942 61 (61-0) . . . . . Ft. McL., 1946 3. 56 (56-0) . . . . . . .Liberty, 2006 4. 53 (53-0) . . . Apprentice, 1941 5. 50 (57-0) . . . . R. Macon, 1941 6. 49 (49-0) . . . . . Va. Tech, 1946 49 (56-7) . . .The Citadel, 1947 49 (49-0) . . . . . . . . .VMI, 1998 9. 48 (54-6) . . . . . . . . .VMI, 1949 10. 46 (46-0) . . Ft. Monroe, 1944

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8. 10,706 - 9/16/06 (Maine, L, 20-17)

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Top 10 Crowds (Since 1997) 1. 12,287 - 11/5/05 (JMU, L, 30-29)

A sellout crowd watched W&M and JMU battle in a NCAA Semifinal contest in 2004. Temporary lights were brought in to accommodate a national television broadcast on ESPN2. Permanent lighting was installed in 2005, while a video scoreboard was added in 2007.

STADIUM THROUGH DECEMBER 10, 2004 The College hosts state-rival James Madison in the NCAA Semifinals in the first night game at Zable Stadium. Temporary lighting was brought in to accommodate a national Friday-night broadcast of the sold out contest on ESPN2. JUNE 17, 2005 The W&M Athletics Department announces it received $650,000 in anonymous gifts for the installation of permanent lights at Zable Stadium. The lights are installed later in the summer and debut on Nov. 5, when the Tribe hosts James Madison in the first regular season night game at Zable Stadium.

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SUMMER 2006 The College completes an $840,000 project to replace Cary Field’s natural grass playing surface with a top-of-the-line artificial surface, FieldTurf Pro, which is used in more than 20 NFL stadiums. JUNE 25, 2007 W&M announces a state-of-the-art scoreboard with video replay capabilities will be installed in time for the 2007 season. The scoreboard, financed through private donations at a cost of approximately $800,000, is 53’-3” wide x 27’-5” high. Located in the same area as the old scoreboard, it is supported by brick columns that compliment the campus surroundings.

JUNE 21, 2008 W&M officially dedicates the Jimmye Laycock Football Center, located at the northwest corner of the stadium. The $11 million, 30,000-square foot structure provides a state-of-the-art home for meeting rooms, coaches’ offices, team and coaches’ lockers, an athletic training room, equipment storage areas and administrative support areas.

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STRENGTH TRAINING

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JOSEPH W. MONTGOMERY STRENGTH TRAINING CENTER

STRENGTH JOSEPH W. MONTGOMERY STRENGTH TRAINING CENTER The Joseph W. Montgomery Strength Training Center, located in the lower level of Kaplan Arena, was designed by Director of Speed, Strength and Conditioning John Sauer in 1995. The state-of-the-art center was made possible through the generosity of Joseph W. Montgomery (’74). Montgomery earned All-Southern Conference honors as a junior and repeated as a senior when he captained the Tribe. He also earned All-ECAC honors that year and a third-team AllAmerica selection.

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MONTGOMERY CENTER OVERVIEW • 16,000 lbs. of free weights

• Six glute-ham benches

• 7,500 lbs. of dumbells

• Four abdominal benches

• 6,000 lbs. of bumper plates

• Six dip bars

• 60 medicine balls

• Two power squats

• 18 custom Olympic platforms

• Two ground-based jammers

• 18 multi-purpose power racks

• Full-equipped plyometric area

• 10 dumbell benches

• Six lat pulldowns

• Six seated rows

• 5,500 square feet of space

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TRAINING JOHN A. STEWART WINTER WARRIORS

NSCA ALL-AMERICANS

The Winter Warrior Award is given annually to the player who best exemplifies the qualities of dedication, effort and achievement that defined Stewart’s career. Award winners are judged on their improvements both on the field and in the offseason training program.

The NSCA All-American Athlete of the Year program is in its 28th year and recognizes student-athletes’ dedication to strength training and conditioning. The athletes are also recognized for their academic and personal accomplishments and their integrity as student-athletes.

2009. . . . . . . . . . . Sean Lissemore 2008. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jake Phillips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Josh Rutter 2007 . . . . . . . . . . . Drew Atchison 2006 . . . . . . . . . . Trevor McLaurin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Josh Wright 2005 . . . . . . . . . . . . Adam Bratton 2004 . . . . . Dominique Thompson 2003 . . . . . . . . . . . . Wade Harrell

2002 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nick Rogers 2000 . . . . . . . . . . Nick Makriannis 1999 . . . . . . . . . . Nick Makriannis 1998 . . . . . . . . . . Justin Solomon 1997 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Peter Coyne 1996 . . . . . . . . . Sean McDermott 1995 . . . . . . . . . . . .Stefon Moody 1994 . . . . . . . . . . . . Jim Simpkins 1993 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mike Tomlin

2009 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Derek Cox 2008 . . . . . . . . . . . Drew Atchison 2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Josh Wright 2006 . . . . . . . . . . Adam O’Connor 2005 . . . . . Dominique Thompson 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nick Rogers 2003 . . . . . . Mohammed Youssofi 2002 . . . . . . . . . . . Marty Magerko 2001 . . . . . . . . . . Todd Greineder 2000 . . . . . . . . . . . . Mike Beverly

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1999 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sean Reid 1998 . . . . . . . . . Sean McDermott 1997 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brian Giamo 1996 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Josh Beyer 1995 . . . . . . . . . . . . Jim Simpkins 1994 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tony Tomich 1993 . . . . . . . . . . . . Keith Booker 1992 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mike Locke 1991 . . . . . . . . . . . . Robert Green 1990 . . . . . . . . . . .Tyrone Shelton

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LINKENAUGER ATHLETIC TRAINING SUITE

LINKENAUGER SUITE OVERVIEW

SPORTS MEDICINE

• 3,900 square feet • Aquatic therapy pool with underwater treadmill and multiple workstations • Hot and cold whirlpools • Spacious treatment and rehabilitation area with state-of-the-art therapeutic modalities • George J. Oliver, MD Physician Examination Room • Olympic platform for strength training progression for injured athletes • Four-station taping area • Cardiovascular exercise equipment

SPORTS LINKENAUGER ATHLETIC TRAINING SUITE William and Mary’s sports medicine department enhanced its facilities recently with the addition of the Mont M. Linkenauger PT, ATC, Athletic Training Suite, which is located in the lower level of the Jimmye Laycock Football Center. The Linkenauger Athletic Training Suite, which supplements the department’s primary facilities in W&M Hall, is a state-of-the-art facility that encompasses approximately 3,900 square feet. Associate A.D. of Internal Affairs Steve Cole and Head Football Athletic Trainer Andy Carter worked closely with the architects to design the facility, which is unrivaled in the CAA Football Conference and includes features that can benefit all Tribe student-athletes. One of the highlights of the new facility is a HydroWorx aquatic therapy pool, the same system used by renowned orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews, the University of Texas, Navy Seals, Pittsburgh Steelers, San Antonio Spurs and Manchester United. The Linkenauger Athletic Training Suite is another piece of the overall facilities enhancement, which continues to bring the Tribe’s facilities to an elite level. “The Linkenauger Athletic Training Suite will allow the Sports Medicine Department to keep pace with the cutting edge practices and treatments of athletic health care and rehabilitation,” Cole said.

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Aquatic therapy pool with underwater treadmill and multiple workstations

Private physician examination room

SPORTS MEDICINE

Hot and cold whirlpools

Spacious treatment and rehabilitation area with state-of-the-art therapeutic modalities

MEDICINE SPORTS MEDICINE EDUCATION Throughout the year the College hosts a wide range of sports medicine programs that draws participants from across the nation: • The ACES Preparatory Workshop is designed to prepare students to take the Board of Certification (BOC) exam to become certified athletic trainers. Hosted at institutions across the country, the ACES Workshop identifies participants’ strengths and weaknesses and focuses their study into their weaker content areas. • The Cramer Sports Medicine Workshop at William and Mary offers high school students a four-day introduction to the field of sports medicine. Classroom instruction on emergency procedures, injury recognition, and basic rehabilitation is mixed with hands-on lab activities including taping and wrapping and CPR. • The Division of Sports Medicine serves as the sports medicine rotation site for the Riverside Family Medicine Residency Program. Second and third-year residents come to William and Mary to work with our staff and enhance their skills in orthopedic examination, sports injury management and physical therapy referral. • William and Mary is a clinical site for the Old Dominion University Post Professional Graduate Athletic Training Education Program. Two students from Old Dominion complete their two-year clinical assignments as graduate assistants under the direction of our staff. For more information about the Division of Sports Medicine, including details about these educational programs, please visit our web site at: www. wm.edu/sportsmedicine.

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BRUCE WILLIAMS FOOTBALL LOCKER ROOM

EQUIPMENT BRUCE WILLIAMS FOOTBALL LOCKER ROOM The Tribe’s state-of-the art locker room in the Jimmye Laycock Football Center encompasses approximately 4,200 square feet with 102 lockers and two flat-screen HD TVs. The concept and design of the GearBoss line of lockers were the product of collaboration between the W&M staff and the Wenger Corporation. The result delivered one of the most unique team room lockers in the country. The units are constructed of antimicrobial laminates and surfaces that improves room sanitation. The lockers also feature an airflow system for the functional drying of helmets and shoulder pads, as well as shoes and gloves. For security, the lockers feature a push-button locking mechanism with personal unlocking number codes. Each locker also features a power outlet for charging personal computers and communication devices. At the top of each locker, a backlit nameplate identifies each player’s personal unit. The lockers are completely modular for easy adaptation and a continued new look and feature bolt-through construction for commercial-grade durability.

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OVERVIEW OUTLOOK Led by senior All-American defensive end Adrian Tracy (No. 97), the Tribe returns 15 starters from last season’s team that finished the year ranked 20th in the nation.

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OVERVIEW As head coach Jimmye Laycock enters his 30th season at the helm of the Tribe program, it is only fitting that his 2009 squad holds the promise to write its name among the long list of great teams he has produced over three successful decades. Last year, Laycock produced the 20th winning season of his career as his charges fashioned a 7-4 mark and a No. 20 final national ranking. Expectations abound as the unit returns 15 starters, six of whom earned AllCAA accolades last fall. The Tribe is ranked as high as No. 12 in the preseason polls and much of this optimism starts with the defensive side of the ball, where the unit returns eight starters. Leading the way is DE Adrian Tracy, who enters the fall as the CAA’s Preseason Defensive Player of the Year and has the credentials to be a Buchanan finalist. Another force up front will be senior tackle Sean Lissemore, who is the complete package physically and will undoubtedly challenge for postseason honors. The unit graduated a pair of linebackers, but there is plenty of young talent at the position, led by MLB Jake Trantin. Trantin has a great feel for the game, is expected to be one of the foundations of the defense. In the backfield, the return of four players with starting experience should lessen the loss of All-CAA corner Derek Cox, who was a third round pick in the 2009 NFL Draft. Leading the group will be strong safety David Caldwell, who was the team’s leading tackler the last two seasons. Caldwell is an explosive athlete and 20

the staff will scheme to put him in position to take advantage of his outstanding play-making abilities. On the offensive side, multi-talented TB Jonathan Grimes headlines the list of returnees, as he is coming off what was arguably the most decorated rookie season in league history. Grimes was named as the CAA’s Rookie of the Year and enters the fall as a preseason First-Team All-CAA selection. At QB, the staff is excited about the potential senior R.J. Archer brings to the position. An extremely gifted athlete, Archer is a multiple threat as he has a strong, accurate arm and the ability to make plays with his feet. At wide out, speedy senior D.J. McAulay is a returning all-conference performer who has the potential to be a premier play-maker. The tight end position has another returning all-conference performer in senior Rob Varno. Varno was one of league’s most productive ends a year ago and should shoulder an even larger portion of the attack for his senior season. Up front, the squad will rely on the leadership of senior guard C.J. Muse, who will bring 33 games of starting experience into the fall. The Tribe will also return both starting tackles from last year’s squad, in sophomore Jake Marcey (left) and junior Keith Hill, Jr. (right). Rounding out the list, the Tribe figures to have an elite specialty corps, as both place-kicker Brian Pate and punter David Miller enter the year as preseason first-team All-CAA selections.

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ALL-CAA CANDIDATE SENIOR QUARTERBACK R.J. ARCHER

OUTLOOK QUARTERBACKS

One of the Tribe’s best all-around athletes, senior R.J. Archer enters the season as the Tribe’s starting quarterback. The former wide receiver threw for 307 yards and accounted for three touchdowns against Villanova in his first career start under center.

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QUARTERBACKS The quarterback role is always a premier position at the College, as head coach Jimmye Laycock is one of the nation’s finest at grooming signal callers. By earning all-conference recognition in 2008, Jake Phillips earned the 19th postseason honor for a Tribe quarterback in the last 29 seasons under Laycock’s guidance. With Phillips’ graduation, the Tribe offense loses a veteran who started 33 games and finished his career ranked third at W&M in career passing yards (7,371), total offense (7,983), pass completions (568), pass attempts (972) and touchdown passes (57). But optimism abounds at the position, as senior R.J. Archer seems poised to carry on the school’s great quarterback tradition. Standing at 6-2, 200 pounds, Archer has all the physical attributes for the role and is one of the team’s top athletes. He possesses outstanding arm strength and accuracy and also has the speed and quickness to extend plays. Equally comfortable throwing on the move as he is dropping back, look for the staff to find creative ways to move the pocket and put him in situations where he can create multiple threats. Despite making only one career start under center, Archer gained a wealth of knowledge in the Tribe attack as a two-year starter at wide receiver during his redshirt freshman and sophomore seasons. Archer only confirmed his grip on the starting slot this spring, as he turned in an outstanding practice session that saw him blossom into his role as one of the team’s leaders.

Archer appeared in every game during the 2008 season, seeing mostly spot action at quarterback while also serving as the holder for placement kicks. His only start of the year came against nationally ranked Villanova, where he showed very well, completing 21-of-37 passes for 307 yards and a touchdown. He also scored twice on the ground against the Wildcats. He ended the season completing 28-of-53 passes for 387 yards and three touchdowns. He also recorded 90 yards rushing on 23 carries (3.9 yds per attempt). One of the greatest testaments to his athleticism was his effectiveness in his two seasons as a wide out as he recorded 69 catches for 940 yards, averaging nearly 14 yards per grab. While Archer clearly established himself as the team’s starter, the battle for the crucial No. 2 role is yet to be decided. A four-way competition blazed all spring between junior Mike Callahan, sophomores D.J. Mangus and Terrance Schmand and redshirt freshman Nolan Kearney. Callahan has been a member of the team’s travel squad for the past two seasons and is the most experienced of the group and was solid in spring scrimmage situations. Mangus displayed flashes of athletic brilliance and has a good deal of raw talent, but is looking to gain more experience with the offense. Schmand is cut more from the pocket passer mode, at 6-3, 215-pounds, with a strong arm. The group will continue to audition for the role into fall in what will be one of the more hotly contested position battles.

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RUNNING BACKS OUTLOOK

ALL-AMERICA CANDIDATE SOPHOMORE RUNNING BACK JONATHAN GRIMES

After leading the Tribe in rushing yards as a redshirt freshman in 2007, Courtland Marriner looks to regain that form again after missing much of his sophomore year with an injury.

Sophomore running back Jonathan Grimes was honored as the 2008 CAA Offensive Rookie of the Year after leading the conference and ranking 12th nationally with 162 all-purpose yards per game.

Junior running back Terrence Riggins led the Tribe with 8.1 yards per carry in 2008.

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RUNNING BACKS Tribe running backs coach David Corley, Jr., returns a talented group to the backfield for 2009. Corley will oversee a corps of backs that returns four of its top five rushers from 2008 and all but 240 of the 1,742 total rushing yards. The challenge he and the staff faced this spring, and will continue to pursue into the fall, is finding ways to spread the touches out among his charges. Certainly, all conversation at tailback has to start with rising sophomore, and clear postseason honors candidate, Jonathan Grimes. The 5-10, 201-pound native of Palmyra, N.J., comes off what is arguably the most decorated single-season ever by a Tribe freshman. Grimes turned in a breakout campaign that saw him establish a school record for freshman rushing yards (929) and all-purpose yards (162.0 yds/ gm). The College Sporting News selected him as an Honorable Mention Freshman of the Year, and he also earned Honorable Mention All-America distinction as a kick returner by The Sports Network. The Colonial Athletic Association tabbed him as the Offensive Rookie of the Year, as did the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference. He also earned first-team All-CAA honors as a kick returner and was a second-team selection as a running back. A multiple-tool athlete, he is the complete package for the position, as he has outstanding strength, great speed and good quickness. In addition to being a workhorse in the ground game, where he accounted for nearly half the team’s total carries (164 of 359 ) and tallied seven rushing touchdowns, Grimes also had an impact on the passing attack. He hauled in 39 spirals for 314 yards and a 22

pair of touchdowns. As a kickoff returner, Grimes averaged a league-best 24.5 yards per return, with a season-long of 97 yards (for a touchdown) against Villanova. While Grimes enters the fall as the team’s starting tailback, junior Courtland Marriner also turned heads during the spring session. The 5-9, 182-pound speedster was the squad’s leading rusher as a freshman in 2007 (518 yards on 115 attempts), but was limited last year to just 29 attempts (for 141 yards) by an early- season knee injury. Like Grimes, he is extremely elusive in the open field and is possibly the team’s fastest back. Look for him to have an increased impact this fall, as he has worked extremely hard at improving his all-around game and has the kind of explosiveness that makes him a threat from anywhere on the field. Fellow junior Terrence Riggins also figures to be an impact player, as he is the team’s biggest back at 6-1, 224-pounds and possesses good speed. He was the Tribe’s starting tailback for the first three games of the 2008 season before also being dealt a setback with an injury. He brings a career average of 6.5 yards a carry into the fall (384 yards on 59 career attempts) and has tremendous potential to contribute in multiple ways. He saw some action at fullback in the spring and can also be an effective pass catcher. Junior Jimmy Hobson figures to be the team’s starting fullback this fall, a position he held down all of last season. He is athletic enough to see action at tailback, if necessary, and can be an asset in the passing game.

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ALL-CAA CANDIDATE SENIOR TIGHT END ROB VARNO

ALL-CAA CANDIDATE SENIOR WIDE RECEIVER D.J. MCAULAY

OUTLOOK RECEIVERS/TIGHT ENDS Senior wide out D.J. McAulay recorded eight touchdown receptions and led the conference with 18.0 yards per catch en route to earning All-CAA honors in 2008.

Senior tight end Rob Varno earned second-team all-conference honors last season after hauling in 36 receptions for 397 yards and three touchdowns.

2009 OUTLOOK

RECEIVERS/TIGHT ENDS Veteran Tribe wide out coach and offensive coordinator Zbig Kepa returns five of his top six pass catchers from 2008, as graduated senior Elliott Mack (29 catches for 445 yards) is the only departure from a receiving corps that generated 2,219 receiving yards and 24 TDs. While Mack’s leadership and play-making ability will be missed, Kepa has the makings for a potent group. Leading the way will be senior speedster D.J. McAulay, the team’s leading pass catcher from a season ago (40 grabs for 718 yards and eight TDs). With a scholastic-best clocking of 10.5 seconds in the 100-meters, he came into the program as one of the fastest recruits in school history and has steadily built towards becoming one of the league’s premier deep-threats. After sustaining a serious knee injury during the first game of the 2007 season, McAulay had a solid comeback in 2008 as he earned third-team All-CAA honors. The staff will count on McAulay’s speed and sure hands to have an even greater impact in 2009 as he has the potential to factor in among the nation’s elite play-makers. He will enter his senior season needing 819 receiving yards and five TD receptions to enter the school’s all-time top 10 in both categories. Tight end Rob Varno also returns as an all-conference candidate who should compete for national honors. Last year, he was second in the CAA in both receptions (36) and receiving yards (397), while also contributing three touchdowns en route to earning second-team all-league honors. The 6-5, 224-pound product of Wilmington, N.C., started his career primarily as a pass catching threat, but has worked extremely

hard to improve his blocking technique. Along with working hard on the field, he also excels in the weight room, and the fruits of this hard work produced a Tribe position record 520-pound squat this off-season. While Varno figures to dominate the majority of the snaps at tight end, sophomore Alex Gottlieb and junior Gareth Hissong also have the potential to contribute. Both saw action in 2008, with Gottlieb being more of a threat in the passing attack and Hissong seeing action in short-yardage situations. Sophomore Chase Hill had a breakout debut season in 2008, as he contributed 39 catches for 438 yards and seven touchdowns playing primarily in the slot receiver position. This spring, he expanded his knowledge of the offense and could see action at any of the three wide out positions. Standing at 6-2, Hill makes an outstanding target and he proved to have the toughness to make catches in crowds. While he is ideal in working as a possession receiver, he has also displayed the speed to finish plays and has the ability to challenge for postseason honors this fall. Hardworking junior Terreon Conyers showed well in starting the final three games last fall (for an injured Mack) and continued to impress during spring camp, emerging as the most likely candidate for the third receiver role. An aggressive and physical receiver, Conyers joins Hill as the unit’s best blocking wide outs. Junior Cameron Dohse and senior Eric Robertson also will play key roles this fall. Dohse was one of the team’s more pleasant surprises in ’07, as he recorded 31 grabs for 557 yards and five scores. His production was very limited last season due to injury.

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OFFENSIVE LINEMEN OUTLOOK

ALL-CAA CANDIDATE SENIOR OFFENSIVE LINEMAN C.J. MUSE

Senior offensive lineman C.J. Muse enters the 2009 season having started 33 career games.

2009 OUTLOOK

OFFENSIVE LINEMEN Long-time Tribe offensive line coach Bob Solderitch returns three starters to his unit from a season ago. Last year the front five powered one of the league’s most efficient attacks, as the team averaged better than 32 points and nearly 400 yards of total offense a contest. Solderitch, who has mentored 15 players to a total of 19 all-conference honors during his previous 13 seasons on campus, has the proven ability to maximize the available talent. The cornerstone of the front will consist of senior guard CJ Muse (6-4, 313), junior tackle Keith Hill (6-4, 312) and sophomore tackle Jake Marcey (6-4, 276). The trio all return with extensive starting experience and will be expected to be at the forefront, while Solderitch and the staff finalizes the remainder of the unit. As the only senior in the group, Muse is one of the squad’s most seasoned players, he has started 33-career games. One of the most versatile linemen, he is able to play any of the three roles up front, specializing in guard. Marcey started all 11 games at left tackle last fall as a redshirt freshman and returns looking to improve on a solid debut. He brings an aggressive approach to the position and has good feet. Hill, who missed all of the spring with a shoulder injury, comes into the fall as the starting right tackle. He is one of the squad’s more physical players and his healthy return will be a great lift to the attack. Junior Derek Toon (6-3, 288) also missed all of the spring with a shoulder injury, and his healthy return will give the front added toughness and a fierce 24

competitor. A physical player with good feet, he figures to challenge for starting duties at guard opposite of Muse. He converted to the position last fall from defensive tackle and quickly found his way onto the field. Junior Tyler Miller (6-3, 280) and sophomores James Pagliaro (6-3, 278) and Chris Sutton (6-2, 295) all figure to have an opportunity to challenge for playing time at center. Miller came to the College with outstanding scholastic credentials but has fought injuries during the last several years. He was able to compete throughout spring and continued health will make him a valuable asset as he continues to build size and strength. Sutton, a physical player, could also figure in the mix at guard, while Pagliaro had moved over from the defensive line during the spring and made quick progress. Sophomore Dan Donker (6-3, 311) also figures in the mix up front this fall. He had one of the better spring sessions among the offensive linemen and has all the physical tools to be a productive player at either guard or tackle. Redshirt freshman Mike Salazar (6-5, 296) and sophomore Daniel Ryan (6-3, 293) have both shown flashes of potential and will compete for playing time at tackle and guard, respectively. For Salazar, gaining more experience will be key, as he missed a majority of the spring with an injury. Ryan made tremendous strides this spring and will look to continue building on his progress this fall.

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ALL-CAA CANDIDATE SENIOR DEFENSIVE TACKLE SEAN LISSEMORE

ALL-AMERICA CANDIDATE SENIOR DE SEN ADRIAN TRACY

OUTLOOK

Senior defensive tackle Sean Lissemore ranked sixth in the CAA in tackles among defensive linemen with 4.6 stops per game last season. ALL-CAA CANDIDATE SOPHOMORE DEFENSIVE IVE TACKLE HAROLD ROBERTSON N III

DEFENSIVE LINEMEN

Senior defensive end Adrian Tracy earned AllAmerica honors from multiple organizations in 2008 after ranking sixth nationally with 0.91 sacks per game. ALL-CAA CANDIDATE SENIOR DEFENSIVE END C.J. HERBERT

Senior defensive end C.J. Herbert finished the 2008 season with 5.5 tackles for a loss, 2.0 sacks and a forced fumble.

Sophomore defensive tackle Harold Robertson III earned starts in all 11 games last season as a redshirt freshman.

2009 OUTLOOK

DEFENSIVE LINEMEN If there is one line that should not be crossed this season, it is the Tribe’s defensive line, as position coach Trevor Andrews brings what looks to be one of nation’s premier defensive fronts into the fall. Headlining the talented group that returns its top eight players from 2008 is first-team All-CAA performer and honorable mention All-American Adrian Tracy (64, 243). Tracy’s 10 sacks in 11 games ranked third in the conference last season, while he placed sixth nationally in sacks per game (0.91). A complete package physically, Tracy’s speed, strength and superior quickness combined with his 33 games of starting experience make him a strong candidate for the Buchanan Award (given annually to the nation’s top defensive player). He comes into the season with 19 career QB takedowns, only five sacks away from the school record. What may make Tracy even more of a handful for opposing offenses is the presence of senior defensive tackle Sean Lissemore. The 6-4, 286-pound specimen is extremely strong, athletic and active on the interior. For the past two seasons, Lissemore has had to fight off nagging shoulder injuries, but he enters the fall healthy and his strength continues to show dramatic improvements (410-pound bench and 570pound squat). Last season, Lissemore totaled 51 tackles, a figure that ranked him sixth in the conference among defensive linemen. Lissemore also finished second on the team with 7.5 tackles for a loss. With 21 games of starting experience coming into the season, Lissemore should be a serious challenger for postseason recognition.

Senior end C.J. Herbert (6-3, 237) and sophomore tackle Harold Robertson III (6-2, 300) round out the returning starters. Herbert enters the fall as one of the team’s most respected players after starting all but one game during the last three seasons (32 career starts). One of the team’s most consistent performers, Herbert helped anchor a defense that finished sixth in the conference in sacks last season with 24. While it is hard to be overlooked at their respective sizes, Robertson (6-2, 300) and junior Mike Stover (6-3, 265) enter the season as perhaps the most unheralded members of the Tribe’s defensive line. After starting all 11 games as a redshirt freshman last season and recording 26 tackles, Robertson enters the fall as one of the Tribe’s most talented young players. Already one of the stronger linemen on the team (380-pound bench), Robertson will look to be force in the Tribe’s rush defense. Stover, who enters the fall listed as the starting tackle, has seen game action since his true freshman season and brings outstanding strength and work ethic to the team’s interior defense. The talent up front doesn’t stop with the first team, as sophomore end Ravi Pradhanang (6-3, 250) and junior tackle Bryan Jean-Pierre (6-4, 272) bring tremendous athletic potential and effective depth. Pradhanang brings speed and strength to the edge, while Jean-Pierre was explosive off the ball and showed flashes of brilliance during the spring session. Senior Daniel Pulley (6-2, 266) is one of the more experienced tackles on the roster and gives the squad reliable depth.

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LINEBACKERS OUTLOOK

ALL-CAA CANDIDATE SOPHOMORE LINEBACKER KER JAKE TRANTIN

Junior linebacker Evan Francks earned five starts in 2008 and totaled 47 tackles.

Sophomore linebacker Jake Trantin led all CAA freshmen with 6.9 tackles per game last season.

Junior linebacker Wes Steinman enters the fall as a projected starter after a standout showing this spring.

2009 OUTLOOK

LINEBACKERS With the graduation of two, three-year starters in all-conference performer Josh Rutter and Mike Pigram, the Tribe linebacking corps will be one of the squad’s younger units. Despite having just one senior listed on the preseason two-deep, position coach Scott Boone will enter his sixth season at the College with an interesting mixture of talented youngsters who have earned significant game experience. Perhaps no player represents the combination of youth and experience better than sophomore middle linebacker Jake Trantin (6-1, 224), who led all CAA freshmen with 6.9 tackles per-game last fall. Trantin started the first seven games at outside linebacker before moving inside to gain valuable experience when Rutter suffered a mid-season injury. In what was a mini-preview for the season to come, Trantin averaged 10.5 tackles per game in his four contests as the middle backer. The impressive efforts helped him finish the year with 76 tackles, which ranked second on the team. During the spring, Trantin displayed impressive leadership and command of the defense and has the tools and work ethic to emerge as an all-conference level performer. Junior Wes Steinman (6-2, 218) lines up as Trantin’s right-hand man this season after suffering a season-ending injury in the opener at N.C. State last season. As a freshman, Steinman appeared in seven games with one start. Steinman boasts a combination of strength (540-pound squat and a 308-pound clean) and 26

athleticism, which makes him a perfect fit for the Tribe’s defensive scheme. His strong spring was one of the top stories to emerge from College’s camp, and the staff will look for him to carry that momentum into the fall. Rounding out the starting linebackers is junior Evan Francks (5-11, 212), a converted safety who excelled at linebacker last season. Franks registered five starts in 2008 and recorded 47 tackles, two of those going for a loss. With 22 career appearances to his ledger, he will be counted on to be a consistent, reliable performer. A relentless competitor, Francks is one of the squad’s top “effort players” who relies on sound technique and maintaining his alignments and assignments. Sheldon Alexander (6-1, 213) returns as the veteran of the linebacking corps and is possibly the most versatile in the group, as he could fill in at any of the three positions. Adding to the depth will be a trio of redshirt freshmen in T.J. Ptachick (6-2, 225), Dante Cook (5-11, 213) and Jabrel Mines (6-0, 206), each of whom the coaching staff has high expectations for in the 2009 season. Ptachick, a Williamsburg native, earned Scout Team Defensive Player of the Year honors last season and has the size and toughness to be an effective player in the middle. Mines and Cook were also members of the scout team last season but impressed the coaching staff this spring with their speed and athleticism. While all will challenge for reps at linebacker, each will be a valuable member of special teams units as well.

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ALL-CAA CANDIDATE SENIOR SAFETY DAVID CALDWELL

OUTLOOK DEFENSIVE BACKS

Junior cornerback Ben Cottingham recorded 10 starts in ’08 and totaled 36 tackles and an interception.

Junior free safety Michael Alvarado earned nine starts last season and recorded 47 tackles and two interceptions.

Senior strong safety David Caldwell has led the Tribe in tackles during each of the past two seasons.

2009 OUTLOOK

DEFENSIVE BACKS While replacing three-year starter and two-time team captain Derek Cox, now a member of the Jacksonville Jaguars, will be a tall task, Tribe defensive coordinator and secondary coach Bob Shoop returns a wealth of talent to what figures to be a physical and sure-handed group in the defensive backfield. The most physical among them is senior and three-year starter at strong safety David Caldwell (5-11, 212), the Tribe’s leading tackler the past two seasons. Caldwell is a dynamic athlete who recorded 78 tackles and a pair of interceptions in 2008. Pound for pound, Caldwell is arguably one of the strongest players ever to wear the Green and Gold, as he holds position records for the hang clean (350-pounds) and squat (600pounds). His explosive strength also translates to speed on the field, as witnessed by the pair of scores he turned in last season, a 66-yard return of a blocked field goal and a 62-yard pick-six. His combination of speed, power and experience should position him to challenge for his first postseason recognition in 2009. Starting alongside of Caldwell at the free safety position will be senior Robert Livingston (6-3, 199), with junior Michael Alvarado (6-0, 198) pushing for playing time. Livingston started all 11 games in 2007 and played in the final nine games of 2008, making two starts, after missing the first two games with injury. Livingston brings a high football IQ to the Tribe’s defensive backfield and is one of the team’s most consistent performers. Alvarado brings an athletic and aggressive presence to the field, as the junior tallied 47 tackles and two interceptions in nine starts last season.

On the edges, junior cornerback Ben Cottingham (5-9, 163) returns after recording 36 tackles and one interception in 10 starts last season. A walk-on his freshman season, Cottingham’s work ethic and intelligence quickly made him one of the most fundamentally sound members of the secondary and a leader at the cornerback position. Opposite Cottingham will be sophomore Terrell Wells (5-10, 177), who missed all but three games of 2008 due to an elbow injury. Wells should provide the College with an athletic cover corner with all the tools to be a productive boundary corner. Redshirt freshman B.W. Webb (5-11, 160) will also figure in the mix at cornerback. One of the team’s top pure athletes, Webb blends explosive strength (410-pound squat) to go along with a position-record 38-inch vertical leap. Rounding out the secondary are upperclassmen Ryan Woolfolk (5-11, 191), Fred Johnson (6-1, 187) and Jake O’Connor (6-0, 185) as well as redshirt freshman Brian Thompson (5-11, 197). Woolfolk made a seamless transition from tailback to corner this spring and figures in the mix. Johnson, a senior, started one game last season at the corner position and recorded one interception to go along with his consistent work on special teams. O’Connor and Thompson will provide depth at the strong safety position behind Caldwell. O’Connor, a sophomore, will contribute as a standout special teams performer as he competes for playing time, while Thompson, who served mainly on the scout team last season, has outstanding physical tools and could make an immediate contribution.

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ALL-AMERICA CANDIDATE SENIOR PLACE KICKER BRIAN PATE

SPECIAL TEAMS OUTLOOK

ALL-AMERICA CANDIDATE SOPHOMORE SOP HOMORE KICKOFF RETURNER JONATHAN GRIMES

Senior place kicker Brian Pate earned first-team all-conference honors last season after connecting on 13-of-16 field goal attempts. ALL-CAA CANDIDATE JUNIOR PUNTER DAVID MILLER

Sophomore kickoff returner Jonathan Grimes garnered All-America honors from The Sports Network after leading the conference with 24.5 yards per return.

Junior punter David Miller earned allconference distinction in 2008 after ranking 16th nationally with 41.53 yards per kick.

2009 OUTLOOK

SPECIAL TEAMS Since first joining its current league affiliation in 1993, the Tribe specialty units have been truly special, as the College has raked in 21 all-conference citations among its place kickers, punters and return specialists. The 2009 season should be no exception to that tradition of excellence as the program returns what could be the finest kicker/punter/return specialist combinations in the CAA. Chief among the returning award winners is senior place kicker Brian Pate, a first-team all-conference selection last season after converting on 13-of-16 field goal attempts. Pate’s .813 field goal percentage and teamleading 7.3 points per-game also helped earn the former walk-on first-team all-state honors. The Fredericksburg, Va., native also converted all 41 of his extra-point attempts and improved his kickoff average from 49.5 yards in 2007 to 56.8 yards in 2008. A remarkably accurate kicker, Pate has worked extremely hard to improve his range during the off-season and figures to once again challenge for elite status in the league. With 22 career field goals to his credit, Pate currently is tied for seventh all-time at the College. Another key weapon for the Tribe this fall will be junior punter David Miller, a third-team all-league selection last season. Miller ranked second in the conference and 16th nationally with a 41.5-yard average and pinned opponents inside their 20-yard line 12 times. Working within a new punt 28

formation, Miller excelled and showed better than a six yard per kick improvement over his ’07 numbers (35.1 yds/att). Coming off a strong spring showing, Miller will look to post even better numbers this fall and again challenge for all-league honors. Both Pate and Miller have the added luxury of working with familiar snappers, as senior C.J. Muse returns for his third season of short snapping duties, while junior Chase Hill also comes back to handle the long snapping chores. Further solidifying the team’s field goal unit is holder R.J. Archer who has been extremely consistent during each of the previous three seasons. Jonathan Grimes returns as a first-team all-league return specialist and will handle kickoff return duties once again this season after averaging a conference-leading 24.5-yards per return last year. Grimes’ explosive speed and quickness make him perfectly suited for the chore, as his ability to affect starting field position paid large dividends for the Tribe attack in 2008. With the graduation of third round NFL Draft selection Derek Cox, multiple players will get an opportunity to take hold of the punt-returning job this season. Both senior David Caldwell and sophomore Terrell Wells have returning experience and are considered two of the better athletes on the team, while freshman B.W. Webb also impressed the coaching staff during spring camp.

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Preseason Offensive Depth Chart Ht. 5-11 5-11 6-2 6-0 6-5 6-3 6-4 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-2 5-11 5-10 5-9 5-11 6-1

Start Chart Wt. 185 175 195 190 228 235 276 295 313 297 269 280 288 293 312 296 220 185 201 182 218 224

Notes All-CAA Third Team; led team with 40 catches for 718 yards and 8 TDs Recorded at least two catches in four four of the final five games in ‘08 Ranked second on team with 39 catches and 7 TDs last season Totaled 31 catches for 557 yards and 5 TDs in ‘07 All-CAA Second Team; Totaled 36 catches and 3 TDs Played in nine games as a true freshman Started all 11 games last season Earned a pair of starts start in ‘08 Started the last 24 games Saw action in nine games last season as a reserve Moves to OL after spending last season as a DT Returns after missing last year with an injury Moved to OL last season, earning one start Member of the travel squad for JMU and UR games Started 10 games in ‘08 Member of scout team last season Threw for 307 yards and a TD vs. Villanova in only start last season Moves into backup role and is yet to see any game action CAA Offensive Rookie of the Year; TSN and CSN All-American Rushed for 141 yards and a TD in ‘08 Returns as team’s top fullback Rushed for 323 yards and averaged 8.1 yards per carry last season

Wt. 243 2422 286 268 265 300 237 250 218 213 224 213 212 206 177 187 212 197 199 198 159 160

Notes TSN & CSN All-American; All-CAA First Team Appeared in six games last season, season, totaling a pair of sacks Ranked second on the team with 7.5 TFLs and 4.0 sacks in ‘08 E Earned spot on two-deep with a standout spring Played in all 11 games last season, totaling 4.5 TFLs and 1.5 sacks Started all 11 games last season as a redshirt freshman Veteran defensive lineman who has 32 career starts Played in nine games in ‘08 with 4.0 TFLs Suffered season-ending injury in ‘08 opener at N.C. State Member of the scout team last season Led all CAA freshmen with 6.9 tackles per game last season Earned time as a reserve in all 11 games last season Earned five starts in ‘08 and totaled 47 tackles Member of the scout team last season Appeared in three games in ‘08 Played in eight games in ‘08 with an INT and 3 PBUs Team’s top tackler in each of the past two seasons Member of the scout team last season Played in nine games with an INT last season Earned nine starts in ‘08 and recorded 47 tackles and 2 INTs Recorded 10 starts in ‘08 and totaled 36 tackles and an INT Member of the scout team last season

Preseason Defensive Depth Chart Pos. No. Name DE 97 Adrian Tracy 52 Marcus Hyde DT 93 Sean Lissemore 50 Bryan Jean-Pierre DT 92 Mike Stover 99 Harold Robertson DE 95 C.J. Herbert 94 Ravi Pradhanang OLB 48 Wes Steinman 35 Dante Cook MLB 32 Jake Trantin 41 Sheldon Alexander OLB 21 Evan Francks 10 Jabrel Mines BC 38 Terrell Wells 42 Fred Johnson SS 6 David Caldwell 27 Brian Thompson FS 17 Robert Livingston 26 Michael Alvarado FC 24 Ben Cottingham 3 B.W. Webb

Elg. g. SR SO SR JR JR SO SR SO JR RFR SO SR JR RFR JR SR SR RFR SR SO JR RFR

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

Preseason Special Teams Depth Chart Pos. PK/KO P H LSS SS

No. 80 87 16 15 56

Name Brian Pate David Miller R.J. Archer Chase Hill C.J. Muse

Elg. g. SR JR SR JR SR

Ht. 5-9 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-4

Wt. 182 183 220 195 313

Notes All-CAA First Team; Was 13-of-16 on FG attempts last season All-CAA -CAA Third Team; Ranked 16th nationally with 41.53 ypp in ‘08 Spent the past two seasons as team’s starting holder Returns as the starting long-snapper Handled short-snap duties during the past two seasons

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Offense Muse (LG) Archer (QB) McAulay (WR) Varno (TE) Marcey (LT) K. Hill, Jr. (RT) Dohse (WR) C. Hill (WR) Grimes (TB) Marriner (TB) Conyers (WR) Riggins (TB) Sutton (RG) Toon (OL) Hobson (FB)

2008 Streak Career 11 24 24 1 17 11 11 15 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 8 10 1 10 8 8 8 8 8 7 3 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1

DEPTH CHART

Elg. g. SR JR JR JR SR SO SO SO SR JR SO JR JR SO JR RFR SR JR SO JR JR JR

OUTLOOK

Pos. No. Name WR 4 D.J. McAulay 88 Terreon Conyers WR 15 Chase Hill 81 Cameron Dohse TE 98 Rob Varno 86 Alex Gottlieb LLT 77 Jake Marcey 63 Chris Sutton LG 56 C.J. Muse 67 Kyle Allison C 68 James Pagliaro 73 Tyler Miller RG 66 Derek Toon 64 Daniel Ryan RT 72 Keith Hill, Jr. 74 Mike Salazar QB 16 R.J. Archer 7 Mike Callahan TB 34 Jonathan Grimes 25 Courtland Marriner riner FB 43 Jimmy Hobson 23 Terrence Riggins

Defense 2008 Streak Career Tracy (DE) 11 33 33 Herbert (DE) 10 32 Caldwell (SS) 11 23 23 Lissemore (DT) 11 15 21 Livingston (FS) 2 13 Robertson, III (DT) 11 11 11 Trantin (LB) 11 11 11 Cottingham (CB) 10 5 10 Alvarado (FS) 9 4 9 Francks (LB) 5 8 Pradhanang (DE) 1 1 1 Johnson (CB) 1 1 Alexander (LB) 1 Stover (DT) 1 Longest Active Streaks Adrian Tracy (DE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 David Caldwell (SS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Sean Lissemore (DT) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 D.J. McAulay (WR). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Rob Varno (TE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Jake Marcey (LT) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Harold Robertson, III (DT). . . . . . . . . . 11 Jake Trantin (LB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Most Career Starts (Active) Adrian Tracy (DE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 C.J. Herbert (DE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 David Caldwell (SS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Sean Lissemore (DT) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 R.J. Archer (QB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 D.J. McAulay (WR). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Robert Livingston (FS) . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

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NUMERICAL ROSTER

ROSTER OUTLOOK

NO. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 44 46 47 48 49 50 52 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 63 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72

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NAME B.W. Webb Marshall Dill D.J. McAulay Tyler Bailey David Caldwell Mike Callahan Terrell Wells Ryan Moody Jabrel Mines C.J. Thomas Will Honbarrier Chase Hill R.J. Archer Robert Livingston Terrance Schmand D.J. Mangas Evan Francks Terrence Riggins Ben Cottingham Courtland Marriner Michael Alvarado Brian Thompson Ryan Woolfolk Andy Topping Jake O’Connor Jake Trantin Thomas Schonder Jonathan Grimes Dante Cook Nick Downey Kelly FitzGerald Jimmy Hobson John Ribble Kyle O’Brien Sheldon Alexander Fred Johnson Meltoya Jones Omar Francis Ethan Lee Wes Steinman Zach Martin Bryan Jean-Pierre Marcus Hyde Grayson Orsini T.J. Ptachick C.J. Muse Mike Schrift Richard Yount Andy Rampp Robert Gumbita Chris Sutton Ryan Kearns Derek Toon Kyle Allison James Pagliaro Nick Zaremba Adam Warack Dan Donker Keith Hill, Jr.

POS. DB WR WR WR S QB CB WR LB WR WR WR QB S QB QB LB RB CB RB S DB DB TE S LB RB RB LB WR WR FB FB DE LB DB RB LB DB LB DB DL DE LB LB OL OL DE DE OL OL OL OL OL OL DL OL OL OL

ELG. R-Fr. Jr. Sr. R-Fr. Sr. Jr. So. R-Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. R-Fr. So. R-Fr. So. So. Jr. So. R-Fr. So. R-Fr. Jr. R-Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. R-Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Jr. R-Fr. Jr. So. R-Fr. R-Fr. Sr. So. R-Fr. So. R-Fr. So. R-Fr. Jr. Jr. So. R-Fr. R-Fr. So. Jr.

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

WT. 160 183 185 183 212 185 177 171 206 203 200 195 220 203 215 194 212 224 159 182 198 197 191 243 185 235 185 201 213 186 162 218 227 247 213 187 200 205 171 225 177 275 242 222 225 313 288 202 236 300 295 293 288 297 278 240 308 311 312

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER HOMETOWN (HIGH/PREP SCHOOL) Newport News, Va. (Warwick) Woodbridge, Va. (C.D. Hylton) New Haven, Conn. (Westminster School) Abingdon, Va. (Abingdon) Montclair, N.J. (Lawrenceville) Mountville, Pa. (Hempfield) Louisa, Va. (Louisa County) Ashburn, Va. (Stone Bridge) Doswell, Va. (Caroline) Mount Airy, Md. (Linganore) Bedford, Va. (Jefferson Forrest) Virginia Beach, Va. (Princess Anne) Earlysville, Va. (Albemarle) Hendersonville, N.C. (The Hun School) Buffalo, N.Y. (St. Joseph’s Collegiate) Chantilly, Va. (Paul VI) Medford, N.J. (Shawnee) Newport News, Va. (Denbigh) Abingdon, Md. (Edgewood) Chesapeake, Va. (Western Branch) Gaithersburg, Md. (Gaithersburg) Somerset, N.J. (Franklin) Atlanta, Ga. (Holy Innocents) Suffolk, Va. (Nansemond River) Richmond, Va. (Douglas S. Freeman) Severn, Md. (Archbishop Spalding) Round Hill, Va. (Loudoun Valley) Palmyra, N.J. (Paul VI) Fredericksburg, Va. (Stafford) Lancaster, Pa. (Lancaster Catholic) Springfield, Va. (Robert E. Lee) Cincinnati, Ohio (St. Xavier) Salem, Va. (Salem) Cockeysville, Md. (McDonogh) Gordonsville, Va. (Woodberry Forest) Richmond, Va. (St. Christopher’s) Hampton, Va. (Tabb) Pennington, N.J. (Pennington School) Buckingham, Va. (Buckingham-County) Wilmington, N.C. (Hoggard) Clarksville, Md. (River Hill) Dunwoody, Ga. (Dunwoody) Manassas, Va. (Osbourn) Virginia Beach, Va. (Frank W. Cox) Williamsburg, Va. (Lafayette) Lexington, S.C. (Lexington) Reading, Pa. (Muhlenburg) Springfield, Va. (Robert E. Lee) Rockville, Md. (TS Wootton) Mount Pleasant, Pa. (Mount Pleasant) Warrenton, Va. (Fauquier) Midlothian, Va. (Midlothian) Chester, Va. (Matoaca) Burke, Va. (Lake Braddock) Schnecksville, Pa.(Parkland) Fredericksburg, Va. (Stafford) Chesapeake, Va. (Great Bridge) Gibbsboro, N.J. (Eastern) Hamilton Square, N.J. (Lawrenceville School)

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84 44 85 65 82 47 93 17 19 77 25 49

NAME Sheldon Alexander Kyle Allison Michael Alvarado Paul Amakihe R.J. Archer Robert Asmar Tyler Bailey Neil Bishop Joey Brady David Caldwell Mike Callahan Brent Caprio Ben Casper Terreon Conyers Dante Cook Ben Cottingham Jerome Couplin III Matt Crisafi Marshall Dill Cameron Dohse Dan Donker Nick Downey Jason Faipler Kelly FitzGerald Brett Fox Omar Francis Evan Francks Alex Gottlieb Michael Graham Jonathan Grimes Robbie Gumbita C.J. Herbert Takaeo “TK” Hester Chase Hill Keith Hill, Jr. Gareth Hissong Jimmy Hobson Will Honbarrier Marcus Hyde Bryan Jean-Pierre Chris Johnson Fred Johnson James Johnson III Samuel Johnson II Zachery Johnson Blake Jones Meltoya Jones Nolan Kearney Ryan Kearns Ke Sean Kroeger Drake Kuhn Callen Larus Ethan Lee Sean Lissemore Robert Livingston D.J. Mangas Jake Marcey Courtland Marriner Zachary Martin

POS. LB OL S LB QB TE WR WR WR S QB QB CB WR WR CB DB OL WR WR OL WR OL WR WR LB LB TE QB RB OL DL DB OL OL TE FB WR DE DL DE DB OL/DT DE DE P/PK RB TE OL P K OL DB DT S QB OL RB DB


PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

OL OL OL OL OL OL PK WR P TE P/PK TE WR TE P WR WR DE DT DT DE DL DT DE TE DT LB TE WR QB CB DB OL OL WR QB DB OL/DT DE DE K OL TE WR FB OL DL OL

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

6-3 6-5 6-5 6-4 6-1 6-4 5-9 6-0 6-2 6-3 6-0 6-4 6-2 6-4 6-0 5-11 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-4 6-4 6-2 6-4 5-9 6-1 6-1 6-2 5-10 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-0 6-4 6-4 6-3

280 296 270 285 260 293 182 185 160 236 176 246 190 240 183 175 188 229 265 286 250 237 267 243 228 300 194 219 159 221 218 183 302 271 187 224 175 299 250 218 170 262 221 192 216 278 230 276

Virginia Beach, Va. (Floyd Kellam) Lawrenceville, N.J. (The Hun School) Marietta, Ga. (Pope) Gainesville, Va. (Woodberry Forest) Miami, Fla. (Ransom Everglades) Richmond, Va. (Douglas S. Freeman) Fredericksburg, Va. (Massaponax) Clifton, Va. (Centreville) New Providence, N.J. (New Providence) Hanover, Pa. (Delone Catholic) Bedford, Ind. (Bedford North Lawrence) Glenmoore, Pa. (Downingtown West) Pembroke Pines, Fla. (Everglades) Delray Beach, Fla. (American American Heritage School) Centreville, Va. (Westfield) Norfolk, Va. (Booker T. Washington) Barboursville, Va. (Albemarle) Virginia Beach, Va. (Tallwood) Millersville, Pa. (Penn Manor) Dumont, N.J. (Dumont) Paramus, N.J. (St. Peter’s Prep) Germantown, Md. (Northwest) Chesapeake, Va. (Atlantic Shores Christian) Sterling, Va. (Potomac Falls) Wilmington, N.C. (Hoggard) Richmond, Va. (Hermitage) Manalapan, N.J. (Freehold Township) Alexandria, Va. (St. Stephens & St. Agnes) Winchester, Va. (Millbrook) Somers Point, N.J. (Mainland) Centreville, Va. (Westfield) Upper Marlboro, Md. (Bishop McNamara) McN Marietta, Ga. (Blessed Trinity) Erie, Pa. (Cathedral hedral Prep) Laureldale, Pa. (Muhlenberg Senior) Charlottesville, Va. (Monticello) Richmond, Va. (Varina) Covington, Ga. (Eastside) Fredericksburg, Va. (Courtland) Norfolk, Va. (Norfolk Academy) Williamsburg, Va. (Lafayette) Midlothian, Va. (Midlothian) Doylestown, Pa. (Central Bucks East) Kwazula Natal, South Africa (Saint Anne’s Belfield) Amelia, Va. (Amelia County) Lansdowne, Va. (Stone Bridge) Lansdowne, Troy, Va. (Saint Anne’s Belfield) Troy Ashburn, Va. (Stone Bridge)

Paul Amakihe ...................................................................................ah-ma-key-he Terreon Conyers ......................................................................................... terry-on Jerome Couplin III .................................................................................. cope-lynn Matt Crisafi ......................................................................................... chris-ah-fee Cameron Dohse ...............................................................................................dohs Jason Faipler ..............................................................................................fay-plur Alex Gottlieb .............................................................................................got-leeb Robbie Gumbita ....................................................................................gum-beeta C.J. Herbert ............................................................................................... her-bert Sean Kroeger..............................................................................................craig-er

4 87 73 10 9 56 40 31 54 68 78 80 94 55 96 59 76 39 23 89 99 79 74 18 33 57

48 92 63 13 27 66 30 97 32 98 70 2 8 28 58 69

D.J. McAulay David Miller Tyler Miller Jabrel Mines Ryan Moody C.J. Muse Kyle O’Brien Jake O’Connor Grayson Orsini James Pagliaro Andy Palomo Brian Pate Ravi Pradhanang T Ptachick TJ Daniel Pulley Andy Rampp Joshua Raxter John Ribble Terrence Riggins Eric Robertson Harold Robertson III Daniel Ryan Michael Salazar Terrance Schmand Scott Schneider Thomas Schonder Mike Schrift Quincey September Mike Smith Trevor Springman Wes Steinman Bryan Stinnie Michael Stover Dexter Strong Chris Sutton C.J. Thomas Brian Thompson Derek Toon Andy Topping Adrian Tracy Jake Trantin Rob Varno Adam Warack B.W. Webb Terrell Wells Ryan Woolfolk Richard Yount Nick Zaremba

WR K/P OL LB WR OL DE S LB DL OL PK/P DE LB DT DE OL LB RB WR DT OL OL QB TE RB OL WR FB OL LB DL DT OL OL WR DB OL TE DL LB TE OL DB CB DB DE DL

ROSTER

Tyler Miller Mike Salazar Joshua Raxter Jake Marcey Andy Palomo Daniel Ryan Brian Pate Cameron Dohse Sean Kroeger Gareth Hissong Blake Jones Nolan Kearney Joey Brady Alex Gottlieb David Miller Terreon Conyers Eric Robertson Chris Johnson Michael Stover Sean Lissemore Ravi Pradhanang C.J. Herbert Daniel Pulley Adrian Tracy Rob Varno Harold Robertson III Paul Amakihe Robert Asmar Neil Bishop Brent Caprio Ben Casper Jerome Couplin III III Matt Crisafi Jason Faipler Brett Fox Michael Graham Takeo “TK” Hester James Johnson III Samuel Johnson II Zachery Johnson Drake Kuhn Callen Larus Scott Schneider Quincey ey September Mike Smith Trevor Springman Bryan yan Stinnie S Dexter Strong

OUTLOOK

73 74 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 85 86 87 88 89 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99

James Pagliaro ................................................................................pag-lee-air-oh Andy Palomo...................................................................................... pah-low-mo Ravi Pradhanang ................................................................. rah-vee prod-ha-nong Sean Lissemore .................................................................................. liss-uh-more D.J. Mangas ............................................................................................. main-gus D.J. McAulay .......................................................................................... mc-call-ee Jabrel Mines ...............................................................................................juh-brel Grayson Orsini ....................................................................................... or-seen-ee T.J. Ptachick......................................................................................puh-tah-chick Terrance Schmand ..................................................................................... shmond Nick Zaremba ........................................................................................ zur-em-ba

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Roster by State/Country Connecticut (1) 4 McAulay, D.J.

New Haven

Florida (3) 85 Brady, Joey 86 Gottlieb, Alex 78 Andy Palomo

Pembroke Delray Beach Miami

Georgia (4) 50 Bryan Jean-Pierre Crisafi, Matt 76 Raxter, Joshua 28 Woolfolk, Ryan Indiana (1) 84 Jones, Blake

Dunwoody Marietta Marietta Atlanta Bedford, Ind.

Maryland (9) 26 Alvarado, Michael Gaithersburg 24 Cottingham, Ben Abingdon Couplin III, Jerome Upper Marlboro 95 Herbert, C.J. Germantown 49 Martin, Zach Clarksville 40 O’Brien, Kyle Cockeysville 59 Rampp, Andy Rockville 13 Thomas, C.J. Mount Airy 32 Trantin, Jake Severn New Jersey (13) Amakihe, Paul Manalapan 6 Caldwell, David Montclair Caprio, Brent Somers Point 71 Donker, Dan Gibbsboro 46 Francis, Omar Pennington 21 Francks, Evan Medford 34 Grimes, Jonathan Palmyra 72 Hill Jr., Keith Hamilton Square 82 Kroeger, Sean New Providence 93 Lissemore, Sean Dumont 94 Pradhanang, Ravi Paramus 74 Salazar, Michael Lawrenceville 27 Thompson, Brian Somerset

New York (1) 18 Schmand, Terrance

Buffalo

North Carolina (3) 17 Livingston, Robert 48 Steinman, Wes 98 Varno, Rob

Hendersonville Wilmington Wilmington

Ohio (1) 38 Hobson, Jimmy Pennsylvania (11) 7 Callahan, Mike 36 Downey, Nick Faipler, Jason Fox, Brett 60 Gumbita, Robbie 83 Hissong, Gareth 85 Kearney, Nolan 68 Pagliaro, James Schneider, Scott 57 Schrift, Mike 92 Stover, Michael South Carolina (1) 56 Muse, C.J.

Cincinnati Mountville Lancaster Erie Laureldale Mount Pleasant Hanover Glenmoore Schecksville Doylestown Reading Millersville Lexington

Virginia (59) 41 Alexander, Sheldon Gordonsville 67 Allison, Kyle Burke 16 Archer, R.J. Earlysville Asmar, Robert Alexandria 5 Bailey, Tyler Bristol Bishop, Neil Winchester Casper, Ben Centreville 88 Conyers, Terreon Norfolk 35 Cook, Dante Fredericksburg 3 Dill, Marshall Woodbridge 81 Dohse, Cameron Clifton 37 Fitzgerald, Kelly Springfield Graham, Michael Charlottesville Hester, Takeo “TK” Richmond 15 Hill, Chase Virginia Beach 14 Honbarrier, Will Lynchburg

Starters Returning

Offense (7): WR Chase Hill, WR D.J. McAulay, TE Rob Varno, RB Jonathan Grimes, OL Jake Marcey, OL C.J. Muse, OL Keith Hill, Jr. Defense (8): DL Adrian Tracy, DL C.J. Herbert, DL Sean Lissemore, DL Harold Robertson III, LB Jake Trantin, CB Ben Cottingham, SS David Caldwell, FS Michael Alvarado Special Teams (2): PK Brian Pate, P David Miller

Starters Lost

Offense (4): QB Jake Phillips, WR Elliott Mack, OL Michael Grant, OL Luke Hiteshew Defense (3): LB Josh Rutter, LB Michael Pigram, CB Derek Cox

Lettermen Returning

Offense (18): QB R.J. Archer, RB Jonathan Grimes, RB Terrence Riggins, RB Courtland Marriner, FB Jimmy Hobson, WR D.J. McAulay, WR Chase Hill, WR Terreon Conyers, WR Cameron Dohse, TE Rob Varno, TE Alex Gottlieb, TE Gareth Hissong, OL Keith Hill Jr., OL Jake Marcey, OL C.J. Muse, OL Kyle Allison, OL Chris Sutton, OL Derek Toon Defense (19): DL Adrian Tracy, DL Sean Lissemore, DL C.J. Herbert, DL Harold Robertson III, DL Ravi Pradhanang, DL Marcus Hyde, DL Kyle O’Brien, DL Michael Stover, DL Daniel Pulley, LB Jake Trantin, LB Evan Francks, LB Wes Steinman, LB Sheldon Alexander, S David Caldwell, S Michael Alvarado, S Robert Livingston, CB Ben Cottingham, CB Fred Johnson, CB Terrell Wells Special Teams (5): K Brian Pate, P David Miller, H R.J. Archer, LS Chase Hill, SS C.J. Muse

Lettermen Lost

52 Hyde, Marcus Manassas 91 Johnson, Chris Virginia Beach 42 Johnson, Fred Richmond Johnson, James Covington Johnson II, Samuel Fredericksburg Johnson, Zachery Norfolk 44 Jones, Meltoya Hampton 65 Kearns, Christopher Midlothian Kuhn, Drake Williamsburg Larus, Callen Midlothian 47 Lee, Ethan Buckingham 19 Mangas, D.J. Chantilly 77 Marcey, Jake Gainesville 25 Marriner, Courtland Chesapeake 87 Miller, David Centreville 73 Miller, Tyler Virginia Beach 10 Mines, Jarbel Doswell 9 Moody, Ryan Ashburn 31 O’Connor, Jake Richmond 54 Orsini, Grayson Virginia Beach 54 Grayson Orsini Virginia Beach 80 Pate, Brian Fredericksburg 55 Ptachick, T.J. Williamsburg

63 66 30 97 70 2 8 58 69

Pulley, Daniel Ribble, John Riggins, Terrence Robertson, Eric Robertson, Harold Ryan, Daniel Schonder, Thomas Smith, Mike Springman, Trevor Stinnie, Bryan Strong, Dexter Sutton, Chris Toon, Derek Topping, Andy Tracy, Adrian Warack, Adam Webb, B.W. Wells, Terrell Yount, Richard Zaremba, Nick

Chesapeake Salem Newport News Barboursville Richmond Richmond Round Hill Amelia Lansdowne Troy Ashburn Warrenton Chester Suffolk Sterling Chesapeake Newport News Louisa Springfield Fredericksburg

South Africa (1) September, Quincey Kwazula Natal

Roster by Class Seniors (14) - Alexander, Archer, her, Caldwell, Herbert, Johnson (Fred), Lissemore, Livingston, her McAulay, Muse, Pate, Pulley, Robertson (Eric), Tracy, Varno Juniors (23) - Allison, Alvarado, Callahan, Conyers, Cottingham, Dill, Dohse, Francks, Hill (Chase), Hill (Keith), Hissong, Hobson, Jean-Pierre, Marriner, Miller (David), Miller (Tyler), O’Brien, Raxter, Riggins, Schonder, Steinman, Stover, Toon Sophomores (22) - Brady, Donker, Gottlieb, Grimes, Downey, Honbarrier, Hyde, Mangas, Marcey, O’Connor, Pagliaro, Pradhanang, Rampp, Robertson III, Ryan, Schmand, Schrift, Scott, Sutton, Trantin, Wells, Woolfolk Redshirt Freshmen (27) - Bailey, Cook, Fitzgerald, Francis, Gumbita, Johnson, Jones (Blake), Jones (Meltoya), Kearney, Kearns, Kroeger, Lee, Martin, Mines, Moody, Orsini, Palomo, Ptachick, Ribble, Salazar, Thomas, Thompson (Brian), Topping, Warak, Webb, Yount, Zaremba Freshmen (22) - Amakihe, Asmar, Bishop, Caprio, Casper, Couplin III, Crisafi, Faipler, Fox, Graham, Hester, J. Johnson III, S. Johnson, Z. Johnson, Kuhn, Larus, Schneider, September, Smith, Springman, Stinnie, Strong

Offense (6): OL Michael Grant, OL Luke Hiteshew, RB DeBrian Holmes, WR Elliott Mack, OL Eric O’Brien, QB Jake Phillips Defense (5): CB Derek Cox, S David Houff, LB Mike Pigram, LB Todd Reyher, LB Josh Rutter

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OPPONENTS

GAME 1

QUICK FACTS

AT VIRGINIA

LOCATION: Charlottesville, Va. ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Craig Littlepage CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast Conference STADIUM: Scott Stadium 2008 RECORD: 5-7 HEAD COACH: Al Groh (Virginia ‘67) RECORD AT SCHOOL: 56-44 (8 years) CAREER RECORD: 82-84 (14 years)

SEPT. 5 SCOTT STADIUM

Al Groh Head Coach

Vic Hall Senior CB/QB

www.virginiasports.com

INFORMATION

SEPT. 12 ZABLE STADIUM

Jeff McInerney Head Coach

James Mallory Senior RB

www.ccsubluedevils.com

SEPT. 19 WILLIAM “DICK” PRICE STADIUM

Pete Adrian Head Coach

Dennis Brown Senior QB

www.nsuspartans.com

SEPT. 26 ZABLE STADIUM

KC Keeler Head Coach

Charles Graves Senior DB

www.bluehens.com

OCT. 3 VILLANOVA STADIUM

Andy Talley Head Coach

Osayi Osunde Senior LB

www.villanova.com

GAME 6

AT NORTHEASTERN OCT. 10 PARSONS FIELD

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LOCATION: Norfolk, Va. ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Marty L. Miller CONFERENCE: Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference STADIUM: William “Dick” Price Stadium 2008 RECORD: 5-7 HEAD COACH: Pete Adrian (West Virginia ‘70) RECORD AT SCHOOL: 21-24 (4 years) CAREER RECORD: 57-61 -1 (11 years)

LOCATION: Newark, Del. ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Bernard Muir CONFERENCE: Colonial Athletic Association STADIUM: Tubby Raymond Field at Delaware Stadium 2008 RECORD: 4-8 HEAD COACH: KC Keeler (Delaware ‘81) RECORD AT SCHOOL: 56-34 (7 years) CAREER RECORD: 144-55-1 (15 years)

LOCATION: Villanova, Pa. ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Vince Nicastro CONFERENCE: Colonial Athletic Association STADIUM: Villanova Stadium 2008 RECORD: 10-3 HEAD COACH: Andy Talley (Southern Connecticut ‘67) RECORD AT SCHOOL: 165-101-1 (24 years) CAREER RECORD: 193-119-2 (29 years)

SID: Matt Michalec OFFICE PHONE: (757) 823-2628 CELL PHONE: (757) 592-1245 E-MAIL: mmichalec@nsu.edu SID FAX: (757) 823-8218 PRESS BOX PHONE: (757) 592-1245 MAILING ADDRESS: NSU Office of Sports Information 700 Park Ave. Norfolk, VVA 23504

Rocky Hager Head Coach

Kevin Newhall Senior OL

www.gonu.com

Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

at Lehigh at William & Mary at Columbia Sacred Heart Robert Morris at Duquesne at Bryant Albany at Wagner Monmouth at St. Francis (Pa.)

Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

Virginia State at North Carolina A&T William & Mary Bethune-Cookman South Carolina State Hampton at Florida A&M Howard at Morgan State at Delaware State Winston-Salem State

2009 SCHEDULE SID: Scott Selheimer OFFICE PHONE: (302) 831-8007 CELL PHONE: (302) 562-5129 E-MAIL: selheime@udel.edu SID FAX: (302) 831-8653 PRESS BOX PHONE: (302) 831-6199/2186 MAILING ADDRESS: 114 Bob Carpenter Center 631 South College Ave. Newark, DE 19716

Sept. 4 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

West Chester Richmond Delaware State at William & Mary at Maine Massachusetts at Towson James Madison Hofstra at Navy at Villanova

2009 SCHEDULE SID: Dean Kenefick OFFICE PHONE: (610) 519-6514 CELL PHONE: (610) 308-4395 E-MAIL: dean.kenefick@villanova.edu SID FAX: (610) 519-7323 PRESS BOX PHONE: (610) 519-5290 MAILING ADDRESS: Jake Nevin Field House 800 Lancaster Ave. Villanova, PA 19085

QUICK FACTS LOCATION: Brookline, Mass. ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Peter Roby CONFERENCE: Colonial Athletic Association STADIUM: Parsons Field 2008 RECORD: 2-10 HEAD COACH: Rocky Hager (Minot State ‘74) RECORD AT SCHOOL: 17-39 (5 years) CAREER RECORD: 108-64-1 (15 years)

William & Mary TCU at So. Mississippi at North Carolina Indiana at Maryland Georgia Tech Duke at Miami Boston College at Clemson Virginia Tech

2009 SCHEDULE

QUICK FACTS

GAME 5

AT VILLANOVA

SID: Jason Stronz OFFICE PHONE: (860) 832-3057 CELL PHONE: (860) 637-2220 E-MAIL: pincincet@ccsu.edu SID FAX: (860) 832-3754 PRESS BOX PHONE: (860) 832-0120 MAILING ADDRESS: 16151 Stanley Street New Britain, CT 06050

QUICK FACTS

GAME 4

DELAWARE

LOCATION: New Britain, Conn. ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Charles Jones CONFERENCE: Northeast STADIUM: Arute Field 2008 RECORD: 7-4 HEAD COACH: Jeff McInerney (Slippery Rock ‘82) RECORD AT SCHOOL: 21-12 (3 years) CAREER RECORD: Same

Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 28

2009 SCHEDULE

QUICK FACTS

GAME 3

AT NORFOLK STATE

SID: Michael Colley OFFICE PHONE: (434) 982-5533 HOME PHONE: (434) 975-5477 E-MAIL: mediamike@virginia.edu SID FAX: (434) 982-5525 PRESS BOX PHONE: (434) 296-5910 (434) 295-2453 MAILING ADDRESS: PP.O. Box 400853 Charlottesville, VA 22903-4853

QUICK FACTS

GAME 2

CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE

2009 SCHEDULE

Sept. 3 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

at Temple Lehigh at Penn Northeastern William & Mary at New Hampshire at James Madison Rhode Island at Richmond at Towson Delaware

2009 SCHEDULE SID: Jack Grinold/Tom Chen OFFICE PHONE: (617) 373-2691 CELL PHONE: (914) 843-7185 (Chen) E-MAIL: chen@gonu.com (Tom Chen) SID FAX: (617) 373-3152 PRESS BOX PHONE: (617) 566-5956 MAILING ADDRESS: Sports Information 360 Huntington Ave. Boston, MA 02115

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Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

at Boston College Maine Youngstown State at Villanova Holy Cross William & Mary Towson at New Hampshire at Massachusetts Hofstra at Rhode Island


GAME 7

OCT. 24 ZABLE STADIUM

Mickey Matthews Head Coach

Scotty McGee Senior DB/KR

www.jmusports.com

LOCATION: Harrisonburg, Va. ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Jeff Bourne CONFERENCE: Colonial Athletic Association STADIUM: Bridgeforth Stadium 2008 RECORD: 12-2 HEAD COACH: Mickey Matthews (West Texas State ‘76) RECORD AT SCHOOL: 76-46 (10 years) CAREER RECORD: Same

Joe Trainer Head Coach

Matt Hansen Junior LB

www.gorhody.com

TOWSON NOV. 7 ZABLE STADIUM

John Godlasky Senior TE

www.towsontigers.com

NOV. 14 ZABLE STADIUM

Scott Sicko Senior TE

www.unhwildcats.com

NOV. 21 UR STADIUM

SID: Scott Stapin OFFICE PHONE: (603) 862-3906 CELL PHONE: (603) 674 2529 E-MAIL: smstapin@cisunix.unh.edu SID FAX: (603) 862-3839 PRESS BOX PHONE: (603) 862-2585 MAILING ADDRESS: 145 Maine Street 151 Field House Durham, NH 03824

QUICK FACTS

Mike London Head Coach

Eric Ward Senior QB

www.richmondspiders.com

Fordham at Massachusetts at Connecticut at Brown Towson Hofstra at Villanova William & Mary at New Hampshire at Maine Northeastern

Sept. 5 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

at Northwestern Coastal Carolina at Morgan State New Hampshire at Rhode Island Delaware at Northeastern Richmond at William & Mary Villanova at James Madison

2009 SCHEDULE

LOCATION: Durham, N.H. ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Marty Scarano CONFERENCE: Colonial Athletic Association STADIUM: Cowell Stadium 2008 RECORD: 10-3 HEAD COACH: Sean McDonnell (New Hampshire ‘78) RECORD AT SCHOOL: 70-50 (10 years) CAREER RECORD: Same

GAME 11

AT RICHMOND

SID: Dan O’Connell OFFICE PHONE: (410) 704-3102 CELL PHONE: (410) 382-4986 E-MAIL: doconnell@towson.edu SID FAX: (410) 704-3861 PRESS BOX PHONE: (410) 704-3102 MAILING ADDRESS: Athletic Media Relations 8000 York Road Towson, MD 21252

QUICK FACTS

Sean McDonnell Head Coach

Sept. 5 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

2009 SCHEDULE

LOCATION: Towson, Md. ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Mike Hermann CONFERENCE: Colonial Athletic Association STADIUM: Minnegan Field at Johnny Unitas Stadium 2008 RECORD: 3-9 HEAD COACH: Rob Ambrose (Towson ‘93) RECORD AT SCHOOL: First Season CAREER RECORD: 9-2 (1 year)

GAME 10

NEW HAMPSHIRE

SID: Tom Symonds OFFICE PHONE: (401) 874-5354 CELL PHONE: (330) 283-8581 E-MAIL: tsymonds@mail.uri.edu SID FAX: (401) 874-5354 PRESS BOX PHONE: (401) 874-4616 MAILING ADDRESS: Three Keaney Road Suite One Kingston, RI 02881

QUICK FACTS

Rob Ambrose Head Coach

at Maryland VMI at Liberty at Hofstra Richmond Villanova at William & Mary at Delaware Maine at Massachusetts Towson

2009 SCHEDULE

LOCATION: Kingston, R.I. ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Thorr Bjorn CONFERENCE: Colonial Athletic Association STADIUM: Meade Stadium 2008 RECORD: 3-9 HEAD COACH: Joe Trainer (Dickinson ‘90) RECORD AT SCHOOL: First Season CAREER RECORD: 13-20 (3 years)

GAME 9

Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

INFORMATION

OCT. 31 MEADE STADIUM

SID: Gary Michael OFFICE PHONE: (540) 568-1762 CELL PHONE: (540) 430-1780 E-MAIL: michaegl@jmu.edu SID FAX: (540) 568-3703 PRESS BOX PHONE: (540) 568-6521 MAILING ADDRESS: Sports Media Relations James Madison University Harrisonburg,, VVA 22807

QUICK FACTS

GAME 8

AT RHODE ISLAND

2009 SCHEDULE

OPPONENTS

JAMES MADISON

QUICK FACTS

Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

St. Francis (Pa.) at Ball State Dartmouth at Towson Villanova at Massachusetts at Hofstra Northeastern Rhode Island at William & Mary Maine

2009 SCHEDULE

LOCATION: Richmond, Va. ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Jim Miller CONFERENCE: Colonial Athletic Association STADIUM: UR Stadium 2008 RECORD: 13-3 HEAD COACH: Mike London (Richmond ‘83) RECORD AT SCHOOL: 13-3 (1 year) CAREER RECORD: Same

SID: Mike DeGeorge OFFICE PHONE: (804) 287-6313 CELL PHONE: (804) 399-8916 E-MAIL: mdegeorg@richmond.edu SID FAX: (804) 289-8820 PRESS BOX PHONE: (804) 355-6110 MAILING ADDRESS: Athletic Public Relations 219 Robins Center Richmond, VA 23173

Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

at Duke at Delaware Hofstra VMI at James Madison at Maine Massachusetts at Towson Villanova at Georgetown William & Mary

TRAVEL PLANS

VIRGINIA

NORFOLK STATE

VILLANOVA

NORTHEASTERN

RHODE ISLAND

RICHMOND

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Virginia Series Record: Virginia leads, 26-5-1 Series in Williamsburg: UVA leads, 4-1-1 Series in Charlottesville: UVA leads, 20-3 Series at Neutral Sites: UVA leads, 2-1 Year ....Date ....Result ... UVA ....W&M .............Location 1908 .... S 26 ..........L ......... 11 ..........0 ..........Charlottesville 1909 .... S 25 ..........L ......... 30 ..........0 ..........Charlottesville 1910 .... S 24 ..........L ......... 10 ..........0 ..........Charlottesville 1911 .... S 30 ..........L ......... 81 ..........0 ..........Charlottesville 1912 .... S 29 ..........L ......... 60 ..........0 ..........Charlottesville 1920 .... S 25 ..........L ......... 27 ..........0 ..........Charlottesville 1935 .... S 21 ..........T .......... 0 ...........0 ........... Williamsburg 1936 .... O 3............L .......... 7 ...........0 .............. Norfolk, Va. 1937 .... O 30..........L .......... 6 ...........0 ..........Charlottesville 1938 .... O 29..........L ......... 34 ..........0 ..........Charlottesville 1939 .... O 28..........L ......... 26 ..........6 .............. Norfolk, Va. 1940 .... O 26.........W.......... 6 ..........13 .......... Williamsburg 1950 .... N 11..........L ......... 13 ..........0 ..........Charlottesville 1951 .... N 24..........L ......... 46 ..........0 ..........Charlottesville 1952 .... N 29..........L ......... 20 .........13 .......... Williamsburg 1959 .... S 19 .........W.......... 0 ..........37 .........Charlottesville 1960 .... S 24 .........W......... 21 .........41 ............. Norfolk, Va. 1961 .... S 23 ..........L ......... 21 ..........6 ..........Charlottesville 1962 .... S 22 ..........L ......... 19 ..........7 ........... Williamsburg 1963 .... N 9 ...........L .......... 9 ...........7 ..........Charlottesville 1964 .... N 7 ...........L ......... 14 .........13 .......... Williamsburg 1969 .... O 4............L ......... 28 .........15 .......... Williamsburg 1970 .... O 24..........L ......... 33 ..........6 ..........Charlottesville 1974 .... S 21 ..........L ......... 38 .........28 .........Charlottesville 1976 .... S 18 .........W.......... 0 ..........14 .........Charlottesville 1986 .... N 1 ..........W......... 37 .........41 .........Charlottesville 1988 .... S 3 ............L ......... 31 .........23 .........Charlottesville 1989 .... S 30 ..........L ......... 24 .........12 .........Charlottesville 1990 .... S 29 ..........L ......... 63 .........35 .........Charlottesville 1992 .... O 24..........L ......... 33 ..........7 ..........Charlottesville 1994 .... O 1............L ......... 37 ..........3 ..........Charlottesville 1995 .... S 2 ............L ......... 40 .........16 .........Charlottesville Central Connecticut State First Meeting Norfolk State Series Record: W&M leads, 3-0 Series in Williamsburg: W&M leads, 3-0 Year ....Date ....Result ... NSU ....W&M .............Location 1977 .... S 3 ...........W......... 13 .........27 .......... Williamsburg 1985 .... S 14 .........W......... 15 .........28 .......... Williamsburg 2008 .... S 20 .........W......... 12 .........42 .......... Williamsburg Delaware Series Record: UD leads, 20-13 Series in Williamsburg: Delaware leads, 9-8 Series in Newark: Delaware leads, 11-5 Year ....Date ....Result .... UD .....W&M .............Location 1915 .... N 25..........L ......... 93 ..........0 ............ Newark, Del. 1923 .... N 10.........W.......... 0 ..........14 .......... Williamsburg 1976 .... O 9............L ......... 15 .........13 .......... Williamsburg 1979 .... O 27..........L ......... 40 ..........0 ............ Newark, Del. 1980 .... O 25..........L .......... 7 ...........3 ........... Williamsburg 1982 .... O 30..........L ......... 62 .........21 ........... Newark, Del. 1983 .... S 17 ..........L ......... 30 .........13 .......... Williamsburg 1984 .... S 15 .........W......... 21 .........23 ........... Newark, Del. 1985 .... S 21 .........W......... 16 .........17 .......... Williamsburg 1986 .... O 18.........W......... 18 .........24 ........... Newark, Del. *1986 .. N 29..........L ......... 51 .........17 .......... Williamsburg 1987 .... O 17..........L ......... 38 .........14 .......... Williamsburg 1988 .... O 8............L ......... 38 .........35 ........... Newark, Del. 1989 .... O 7...........W......... 24 .........27 .......... Williamsburg 1990 .... O 6...........W......... 12 .........22 ........... Newark, Del. 1991 .... S 14 ..........L ......... 28 .........21 .......... Williamsburg 1993 .... S 11 ..........L ......... 42 .........35 ........... Newark, Del. 1994 .... S 10 .........W.......... 7 ..........31 .......... Williamsburg 1995 .... N 4 ...........L ......... 23 .........20 ........... Newark, Del.

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1996 .... O 19..... W (OT) ...... 7 ..........10 .......... Williamsburg 1997 .... N 1 ...........L ......... 14 ..........0 ............ Newark, Del. 1998 .... O 10.........W......... 45 .........52 .......... Williamsburg 1999 .... S 2 .......L (2 OT) .... 34 .........27 ........... Newark, Del. 2000 .... O 14..........L ......... 28 .........17 .......... Williamsburg 2001 .... O 21.........W......... 17 .........21 ........... Newark, Del. 2002 .... S 28 .........W......... 42 .........45 .......... Williamsburg 2003 .... O 4............L ......... 41 .........27 ........... Newark, Del. 2004 .... O 23..........L ......... 31 .........28 ........... Newark, Del. *2004 .. D 4......W (2 OT) ... 38 .........44 .......... Williamsburg 2005 .... N 12..........L ......... 22 .........21 .......... Williamsburg 2006 .... N 11..........L ......... 28 .........14 ........... Newark, Del. 2007 .... A 30 ..........L ......... 49 .........31 .......... Williamsburg 2008 .... O 18.........W.......... 3 ..........27 ........... Newark, Del. Villanova Series Record: W&M leads, 14-11-1 Series in Williamsburg: W&M leads, 10-3-1 Series in Villanova: Villanova leads, 8-4 Year ....Date ....Result .... VU .....W&M .............Location 1966 .... O 8...........W......... 14 .........34 .......... Williamsburg 1968 .... N 2 ..........W......... 12 .........33 .......... Williamsburg 1969 .... N 15..........L ......... 35 .........21 .......... Villanova, Pa. 1972 .... S 23 ..........L ......... 20 .........17 .......... Villanova, Pa. 1973 .... O 6...........W......... 21 .........33 .......... Williamsburg 1977 .... O 1...........W.......... 8 ..........28 .......... Williamsburg 1978 .... S 23 .........W......... 17 .........21 .......... Villanova, Pa. 1988 .... O 22..........T ......... 14 .........14 .......... Williamsburg 1989 .... O 21..........L ......... 20 .........17 .......... Villanova, Pa. 1990 .... S 15 .........W......... 14 .........37 .......... Williamsburg 1991 .... O 26..........L ......... 35 .........21 .......... Villanova, Pa. 1993 .... O 23.........W......... 17 .........51 .......... Williamsburg 1994 .... O 29.........W......... 28 .........53 .......... Villanova, Pa. 1995 .... O 28.........W......... 15 .........18 .......... Williamsburg 1996 .... O 19.........W......... 21 .........30 .......... Villanova, Pa. 1997 .... O 25..........L ......... 20 .........13 .......... Williamsburg 1998 .... S 26 ..........L ......... 45 .........28 .......... Villanova, Pa. 1999 .... O 9...........W......... 10 .........45 .......... Williamsburg 2000 .... N 11..... W (OT) ..... 41 .........48 .......... Villanova, Pa. 2001 .... S 15 .........W......... 44 .........47 .......... Williamsburg 2002 ... N 2 ...........L ......... 41 .........20 .......... Villanova, Pa. 2004 .... N 6 ..........W......... 29 .........37 .......... Williamsburg 2005 .... O 29..........L ......... 35 .........21 .......... Villanova, Pa. 2006 .... O 28..........L ......... 35 .........31 .......... Williamsburg 2007 .... O 6............L ......... 63 .........24 .......... Villanova, Pa. 2008 .... O 4............L ......... 38 .........28 .......... Williamsburg

Quarterback Ken Lambiotte (‘87) was honored as Sports Illustrated’s Offensive Player of the Week after throwing for 307 yards and accounting for five touchdowns in W&M’s 4137 victory at Virginia in 1986.

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Northeastern Series Record: W&M leads, 11-2 Series in Williamsburg: W&M leads, 7-0 Series in Brookline: W&M leads, 4-2 Year ....Date ....Result .....NE .....W&M .............Location 1993 .... O 16.........W.......... 6 ..........53 ......Brookline, Mass. 1994 .... O 8...........W......... 12 .........17 .......... Williamsburg 1995 .... S 16 .........W.......... 0 ..........32 ......Brookline, Mass. 1996 .... O 26.........W......... 14 .........21 .......... Williamsburg 1997 .... O 4............L ......... 33 .........12 ......Brookline, Mass. 1998 .... S 19 .........W......... 21 .........24 .......... Williamsburg 1999 .... S 25 .........W......... 30 .........42 ......Brookline, Mass. 2000 .... O 28.........W......... 15 .........26 .......... Williamsburg 2002 .... O 26.........W......... 13 .........30 .......... Williamsburg 2003 .... S 20 ..........L ......... 48 .........14 ......Brookline, Mass. 2004 .... O 2...........W......... 35 .........38 .......... Williamsburg 2005 .... O 15.........W......... 41 .........44 ......Brookline, Mass. 2008 .... N 8 ..........W......... 17 .........38 .......... Williamsburg James Madison Series Record: JMU leads, 17-14 Series in Williamsburg: W&M leads, 9-8 Series in Harrisonburg: JMU leads, 9-5 Year ....Date ....Result ... JMU ....W&M .............Location 1978 .... O 14.........W.......... 7 ..........32 .......... Williamsburg 1979 .... O 6...........W.......... 0 ..........33 .......... Williamsburg 1981 .... O 31.........W......... 19 .........31 .......... Williamsburg 1982 .... O 23..........L ......... 24 .........18 .... Harrisonburg, Va. 1983 .... O 15.........W......... 21 .........24 .......... Williamsburg 1984 .... S 29 .........W......... 10 .........20 .... Harrisonburg, Va. 1985 .... S 28 .........W......... 14 .........31 .......... Williamsburg 1986 .... O 25..........L ......... 42 .........33 .... Harrisonburg, Va. 1987 .... O 24..........L ......... 28 .........22 .......... Williamsburg 1988 .... S 24 .........W.......... 3 ..........10 .... Harrisonburg, Va. 1989 .... N 11.........W......... 21 .........24 .......... Williamsburg 1990 .... N 10.........W......... 21 .........31 .... Harrisonburg, Va. 1991 .... S 28 ..........L ......... 29 .........28 .......... Williamsburg 1992 .... O 31..........L ......... 21 .........14 .... Harrisonburg, Va. 1993 .... O 30.........W......... 26 .........30 .......... Williamsburg 1994 .... O 22..........L ......... 33 ..........7 ..... Harrisonburg, Va. 1995 .... S 9 ............L ......... 24 .........17 .......... Williamsburg 1996 .... O 12..........L ......... 26 .........21 .... Harrisonburg, Va. 1997 .... O 11.........W......... 25 .........38 .......... Williamsburg 1998 .... O 17.........W......... 12 .........24 .... Harrisonburg, Va. 1999 .... O 16..........L ......... 30 .........20 .......... Williamsburg 2000 .... O 21..........L ......... 28 .........14 .... Harrisonburg, Va. 2001 .... N 10.........W......... 10 .........17 .......... Williamsburg 2002 .... N 16...... L (OT) ...... 34 .........31 .... Harrisonburg, Va. 2003 .... O 18..........L ......... 24 .........17 .......... Williamsburg 2004 .... N 13.........W......... 24 .........27 .... Harrisonburg, Va. *2004 .. Dec. 10 .....L ......... 48 .........34 .......... Williamsburg 2005 .... N 5 ...........L ......... 30 .........29 .......... Williamsburg 2006 .... O 21..........L ......... 31 .........17 .... Harrisonburg, Va. 2007 .... N 10..........L ......... 55 .........34 .......... Williamsburg 2008 .... N 15..........L ......... 48 .........24 .... Harrisonburg, Va. Rhode Island Series Record: W&M leads, 10-2 Series in Williamsburg: W&M leads, 5-1 Series in Kingston: W&M leads, 5-1 Year ....Date ....Result ....URI .....W&M .............Location 1994 .... S 4 ...........W......... 17 .........38 .......... Kingston, R.I. 1995 .... O 7...........W......... 14 .........23 .......... Williamsburg 1996 .... S 7 ...........W......... 16 .........23 .......... Kingston, R.I. 1998 .... S 5 ...........W......... 13 .........21 .......... Kingston, R.I. 1999 .... N 6 ..........W.......... 6 ..........24 .......... Kingston, R.I. 2000 .... O 7...........W......... 16 .........26 .......... Williamsburg 2001 .... O 13..........L ......... 34 .........31 .......... Kingston, R.I. 2002 .... N 9 ..........W.......... 6 ..........44 .......... Williamsburg 2003 .... O 25.........W......... 24 .........37 .......... Kingston, R.I. 2004 .... O 16.........W......... 24 .........31 .......... Williamsburg 2005 .... S 17 ..........L ......... 48 .........29 .......... Kingston, R.I. 2008 .... O 25.........W......... 24 .........34 .......... Williamsburg


Richmond Series Record: W&M leads, 59-54-5 Series in Williamsburg: W&M leads, 20-17 Series in Richmond: W&M leads, 39-33-5 Series at Neutral Sites: Richmond leads, 4-0 Year ....Date ....Result .... UR .....W&M .............Location 1898 .... N 19..........L ......... 15 ..........0 ..........Richmond, Va. 1899 .... O 21..........L ......... 14 ..........0 ..........Richmond, Va. 1901 .... N 9 ...........L ......... 27 .........11 .......... Williamsburg 1903 .... N 14..........L ......... 24 ..........0 ..........Richmond, Va. 1904 .... N 4 ..........W.......... 6 ..........15 .......... Williamsburg 1905 .... O 11..........T .......... 0 ...........0 ..........Richmond, Va. 1905 .... O 18.........W.......... 0 ...........4 ..........Richmond, Va. 1905 .... N 8 ...........L ......... 23 ..........4 ..........Richmond, Va. 1906 .... N 3 ...........L ......... 24 ..........0 ........... Williamsburg 1906 .... N 28..........L .......... 6 ...........0 .....Newport News, Va. 1907 .... N 28..........L ......... 48 ..........0 .....Newport News, Va. 1908 .... N 21.........W......... 18 .........21 .........Richmond, Va. 1909 .... N 20.........W.......... 0 ..........15 .........Richmond, Va. 1910 .... N 19.........W.......... 6 ..........18 .........Richmond, Va. 1911 .... N 11.........W.......... 0 ...........3 ........... Williamsburg 1912 .... N 9 ...........L ......... 20 ..........0 ..........Richmond, Va. 1913 .... N 8 ...........L ......... 23 .........13 .....Newport News, Va. 1913 .... N 22..........L ......... 20 .........13 .......... Williamsburg 1914 .... O 24..........L .......... 7 ...........3 ........... Williamsburg 1914 .... N 21..........L ......... 32 ..........0 ..........Richmond, Va. 1915 .... O 23..........L ......... 28 ..........0 ........... Williamsburg 1915 .... N 20..........L ......... 40 ..........0 ..........Richmond, Va. 1916 .... O 28..........T .......... 0 ...........0 ..........Richmond, Va. 1916 .... N 18..........L ......... 48 ..........0 ........... Williamsburg 1917 .... O 13..........L ......... 19 ..........0 ..........Richmond, Va. 1917 .... N 17..........L ......... 28 ..........0 ........... Williamsburg 1918 .... N 30..........L .......... 7 ...........0 ........... Williamsburg 1919 .... O 18.........W.......... 0 ...........7 ........... Williamsburg 1919 .... N 8 ...........L ......... 17 ..........0 ..........Richmond, Va. 1919 .... N 28..........L ......... 21 ..........0 ..........Richmond, Va. 1920 .... O 20..........L ......... 13 ..........0 .............. Norfolk, Va. 1921 .... N 24..........L ......... 17 ..........7 ..........Richmond, Va. 1922 .... N 30..........L ......... 13 ..........3 ........... Williamsburg 1923 .... N 29.........W.......... 6 ..........27 .........Richmond, Va. 1924 .... N 27.........W.......... 6 ..........20 .........Richmond, Va. 1925 .... N 25.........W.......... 0 ..........14 .........Richmond, Va. 1926 .... N 25.........W.......... 0 ..........14 .........Richmond, Va. 1927 .... N 23..........T .......... 0 ...........0 ..........Richmond, Va.

1972 .... N 18..........L ......... 20 ..........3 ..........Richmond, Va. 1973 .... N 17..........L ......... 31 ..........0 ........... Williamsburg 1974 .... N 23.........W......... 12 .........54 .........Richmond, Va. 1975 .... N 22.........W......... 21 .........31 .......... Williamsburg 1976 .... N 20..........L ......... 21 .........10 .........Richmond, Va. 1977 .... N 19.........W......... 13 .........29 .......... Williamsburg 1978 .... N 18 .........L ......... 17 ..........3 ..........Richmond, Va. 1979 .... N 17.........W......... 10 .........24 .......... Williamsburg 1980 .... N 22..........L ......... 26 .........14 .........Richmond, Va. 1981 .... N 21.........W......... 21 .........35 .......... Williamsburg 1982 .... N 20.........W......... 17 .........28 .........Richmond, Va. 1983 .... N 19.........W......... 15 .........24 .......... Williamsburg 1984 .... N 17..........L ......... 33 .........31 .........Richmond, Va. 1985 .... N 16.........W......... 17 .........28 .......... Williamsburg 1986 .... N 22.........W......... 14 .........21 .........Richmond, Va. 1987 .... N 21.........W.......... 7 ..........20 .......... Williamsburg 1988 .... N 19..........L ......... 24 .........19 .........Richmond, Va. 1989 .... N 18.........W......... 10 .........22 .......... Williamsburg 1990 .... N 17.........W......... 10 .........31 .........Richmond, Va. 1991 .... N 23.........W.......... 7 ..........49 .......... Williamsburg 1992 .... N 21.........W......... 19 .........34 .........Richmond, Va. 1993 .... N 20.........W......... 17 .........31 .......... Williamsburg 1994 .... N 19.........W......... 20 .........21 .........Richmond, Va. 1995 .... N 11.........W.......... 7 ..........27 .......... Williamsburg 1996 .... N 16.........W......... 13 .........28 .........Richmond, Va. 1997 .... N 15.........W.......... 7 ..........10 .......... Williamsburg 1998 .... N 21..........L ......... 42 .........15 .........Richmond, Va. 1999 .... N 20.........W......... 14 .........31 .........Richmond, Va. 2000 .... N 18..........L ......... 21 .........18 .......... Williamsburg 2001 .... N 17.........W......... 20 .........23 .........Richmond, Va. 2002 .... N 23..........L ......... 35 .........13 .......... Williamsburg 2003 .... N 21.........W......... 21 ........59 .........Richmond, Va. 2004 .... N 20.........W......... 14 ........38 .......... Williamsburg 2005 .... N 19..........L ......... 41 ..........7 ..........Richmond, Va. 2006 .... N 18..........L ......... 31 .........14 .......... Williamsburg 2007 .... N 16..........L ......... 31 .........20 .........Richmond, Va. 2008 .... N 22...... L (OT) ...... 23 .........20 .......... Williamsburg

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New Hampshire Series Record: W&M leads, 10-2 Series in Williamsburg: W&M leads, 6-1 Series in Durham: W&M leads, 4-1 Year ....Date ....Result ... UNH ....W&M .............Location 1988 .... O 15.........W......... 31 .........33 .......... Williamsburg 1993 .... S 4 ...........W......... 14 .........27 .......... Williamsburg 1995 .... S 23 .........W.......... 0 ..........39 ..........Durham, N.H. 1996 .... O 5...........W.......... 7 ..........31 .......... Williamsburg 1997 .... S 20 ..........L ......... 24 .........22 ......... Durham, N.C.. 1998 .... O 24..........L ......... 31 .........19 .......... Williamsburg 2001 .... S 29 .........W......... 28 .........38 .......... Williamsburg 2002 .... O 19.........W......... 27 .........34 .........Durham, N.H.. 2003 .... N 15.........W......... 28 .........38 .......... Williamsburg 2004 .... S 18 .........W.......... 7 ...........9 ..........Durham, N.H.. 2005 .... O 8...........W......... 10 .........42 .......... Williamsburg 2008 .... O 11.........W......... 34 .........38 ..........Durham, N.H.

1928 .... N 19.........W.......... 0 ...........7 ..........Richmond, Va. 1929 .... N 28.........W.......... 0 ..........25 .........Richmond, Va. 1930 .... N 24.........W.......... 0 ..........19 .........Richmond, Va. 1931 .... N 26..........L .......... 6 ...........2 ..........Richmond, Va. 1932 .... N 24..........L ......... 18 ..........7 ..........Richmond, Va. 1933 .... N 26.........W.......... 0 ...........6 ..........Richmond, Va. 1934 .... N 29..........L .......... 6 ...........0 ..........Richmond, Va. 1935 .... N 28..........T .......... 6 ...........6 ..........Richmond, Va. 1936 .... N 26..........L .......... 7 ...........0 ..........Richmond, Va. 1937 .... N 25..........L .......... 6 ...........0 ..........Richmond, Va. 1938 .... N 24..........L ......... 10 ..........7 ..........Richmond, Va. 1939 .... N 25.........W.......... 0 ...........7 ..........Richmond, Va. 1940 .... N 21.........W.......... 0 ..........16 .........Richmond, Va. 1941 .... N 20.........W.......... 3 ..........33 .........Richmond, Va. 1942 .... N 26.........W.......... 0 ..........10 .........Richmond, Va. 1944 .... N 30.........W.......... 0 ..........40 .........Richmond, Va. 1945 .... N 22.........W.......... 0 ..........33 .........Richmond, Va. 1946 .... N 28.........W.......... 0 ..........40 .........Richmond, Va. 1947 .... N 27.........W.......... 0 ..........35 .........Richmond, Va. 1948 .... O 30.........W.......... 6 ..........14 .......... Williamsburg 1949 .... O 29.........W.......... 0 ..........34 .........Richmond, Va. 1950 .... D 2...........W.......... 6 ..........40 .......... Williamsburg 1951 .... O 27.........W......... 14 .........20 .........Richmond, Va. 1952 .... O 25.........W......... 13 .........42 .......... Williamsburg 1953 .... N 14.........W.......... 0 ..........21 .........Richmond, Va. 1954 .... N 25.........W.......... 0 ...........2 ..........Richmond, Va. 1955 .... N 24..........T .......... 6 ...........6 ..........Richmond, Va. 1956 .... N 22..........L .......... 6 ...........0 ..........Richmond, Va. 1957 .... N 28..........L ......... 12 ..........7 ..........Richmond, Va. 1958 .... N 27.........W......... 15 .........18 .........Richmond, Va. 1959 .... N 26..........L ......... 20 .........12 .........Richmond, Va. 1960 .... N 24..........L ......... 19 ..........0 ..........Richmond, Va. 1961 .... N 23..........L ......... 36 .........18 .........Richmond, Va. 1962 .... N 22..........L ......... 15 ..........3 ..........Richmond, Va. 1963 .... N 28.........W.......... 6 ..........29 .........Richmond, Va. 1964 .... N 26.........W......... 13 .........33 .........Richmond, Va. 1965 .... N 20.........W.......... 0 ..........21 .......... Williamsburg 1966 .... N 19.........W......... 19 .........35 .........Richmond, Va. 1967 .... N 18..........L ......... 16 ..........7 ........... Williamsburg 1968 .... N 23..........L ......... 31 ..........6 ..........Richmond, Va. 1969 .... N 22..........L ......... 28 .........17 .......... Williamsburg 1970 .... N 21.........W......... 33 .........34 .........Richmond, Va. 1971 .... N 20..........L ......... 21 .........19 .......... Williamsburg

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Towson Series Record: W&M leads, 6-0 Series in Williamsburg: W&M leads, 3-0 Series in Towson: W&M leads, 3-0 Year ....Date ....Result .....TU .....W&M .............Location 1992 .... O 17.........W......... 15 .........43 .......... Williamsburg 2004 .... O 30.........W......... 16 .........41 ............Towson, Md. 2005 .... O 22.........W......... 13 .........44 .......... Williamsburg 2006 .... N 4 ..........W......... 28 .........29 ............Towson, Md. 2007 .... S 29 .........W......... 22 .........27 .......... Williamsburg 2008 .... N 1 ..........W......... 14 .........34 ............Towson, Md.

*NCAA I-AA Playoffs Oyster Bowl Tobacco Bowl 3 Harvest Bowl 1 2

Quarterback Jake Phillips (‘09) completed 30-of-40 passes for 310 yards with four touchdowns in last season’s 38-34 comeback victory at No. 4 New Hampshire. Phillips’ 17-yard go-ahead touchdown uchdown pass to wide receiver D.J. Mc McAulay with 22 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter capped off an exciting second half in which W&M totaled 31 points and 358 yards of total offense.

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CAA Football fans thought the league’s opening season in 2007 was spectacular in terms of success. Little did they know 2008 would build off the previous season’s success, and include the league’s fourth National Championship. In 2008 as many as six teams ranked among the national Top-25 during the season, while both James Madison and Richmond had a strangle-hold on the No. 1 spot over the last 11 weeks of the season. CAA Football upped its record of national player of the week honorees by earning 19 last season, compared to 15 accolades in 2007. All of the regular season success carried over into the postseason when, once again, CAA Football equalled its own record by placing five squads in the NCAA Division I Football Championships. Prior to the 2007 season no conference had earned more than four berths in one season, and CAA Football has now done it twice in two seasons. The CAA Football dominance in the regular season carried over into the postseason as four of its five playoff squads advanced to the quarterfinal round. Both James Madison and Richmond moved on to the final four, marking the ninth time in 12 years a CAA Football squad has competed in the semifinals. Richmond logged a come-from-behind win over Northern Iowa in the semifinals, giving the league its fifth National Final berth in six seasons. The Spiders then went on to dominate Montana in the Championship game, 24-7, to earn the league’s first NCAA crown under the CAA Football banner. Richmond’s National Championship was also the league’s fourth in 10 years and third over the last six seasons. Following the season, the league boasted six Top-25 teams, four Top-10 squads and notched a total of 78 All-America honors. The quality and depth of CAA Football is unmatched in the FCS. Ten of the league’s 12 teams have participated in the NCAA playoffs over the past eight seasons and at least one team has advanced to the national semifinals in nine of the last 12 years. In 2004, James Madison claimed the national championship with a 31-21 triumph over Montana, becoming the first team to reach the title game by winning three road playoff contests since the field expanded to 16 teams in 1986. Delaware rolled past Colgate 40-0 to capture the national championship in 2003, becoming the first team to ever post a shutout in the title game. No other conference has had two different teams win national titles in back-to-back years. Massachusetts earned a national championship in 1998, beating perennial power Georgia Southern, 55-43.

Along with the team accomplishments, CAA Football Media Contact the conference has accumulated numerous Scott Meyer individual accolades. Santos (2006), William & Mary quarterback Lang Campbell O: (804) 754-1616 (x20) (2004), Villanova running back Brian WestC: (804) 922-7236 brook (2001), Villanova wide receiver Brian E-mail: smeyer@caasports.com Finneran (1997), New Hampshire running back Jerry Azumah (1998) and Towson running back Dave Meggett (1988) all have won the prestigious Walter Payton Award under the league banner. James Madison linebacker Derrick Lloyd received the Buck Buchanan Award in 2001. New Hampshire’s Sean McDonnell (2005), James Madison’s Mickey Matthews (1999 & 2008), Villanova’s Andy Talley (1997) and Boston University’s Dan Allen (1993) have earned the Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year Award. Richmond’s Mike London (2008), Matthews (2004), Massachusetts’ Mark Whipple (1998) and Talley (1997) have garnered the American Football Coaches Association National Coach of the Year honor. The CAA Football geographic footprint encompasses much of the East Coast with schools located from Maine to Virginia. Members include Delaware, Hofstra, James Madison, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Northeastern, Rhode Island, Richmond, Towson, Villanova and William and Mary. While CAA Football officially began March 1, 2007, its roots date back more than 60 years. On December 3, 1946, the Code of the Yankee Conference went into effect. Established as an all-sports conference for the New England land grant colleges, the six charter members included Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. Upon the formation of Division I-AA football in 1978, the league disbanded all sports except football. Delaware and Richmond were admitted to the conference in 1986, Villanova was added in 1988 and James Madison, Northeastern and William and Mary joined the league in 1993. The Atlantic 10 assumed operation control of the conference from 1997-2006, with Hofstra becoming part of the league in 2001 and Towson joining the group in 2004. Since 1978, CAA Football members have accumulated 67 playoff berths, 19 Lambert Cups, 88 final top 25 rankings and 44 final top 10 rankings.

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2007 Members Delaware Hofstra James Madison Maine Massachusetts New Hampshire Northeastern Rhode Island Richmond Towson Villanova William & Mary


Final 2008 Colonial Athletic Association Football Standings PCT. .750 .625 .625 .250 .125 .125

Southern Division James Madison*#$ Villanova# Richmond#$%! William and Mary Delaware Towson

W-L 8-0 7-1 6-2 5-3 2-6 1-7

PCT. 1.000 .875 .750 .625 .250 .125

* - CAA Football Champion

Offensive Player of the Year: Rodney Landers, QB, JMU Defensive Player of the Year: Jovan Belcher, DL, UM Coach of the Year: Mickey Matthews, JMU Off. Rookie of the Year: Jonathan Grimes, RB/KR, W&M Def. Rookies of the Year: Brian McNally, DL, UNH Pat Williams, DB, JMU Sp. Teams Player of the Year: Scotty McGee, KR/PR, JMU

NCAA FCS Playoff Results First Round (1) James Madison 38, Wofford 35 Villanova 55, Colgate 28 Richmond 38, Eastern Kentucky 10 New Hampshire 29, Southern Illinois 20 (3) Northern Iowa 40, Maine 15 Quarterfinals (1) James Madison 31, Villanova 27 Richmond 33, (2) Appalachian State 13 Northern Iowa 36, New Hampshire 34 Semifinals (4) Montana 35, (1) James Madison 27 Richmond 36, Northern Iowa 34 Championship Game Richmond 24, (4) Montana 7

PA 210 173 173 255 289 227

Vs. Div. 5-0 4-1 3-2 2-3 1-4 0-5

W-L 10-3 8-5 7-5 4-8 3-9 2-10

PCT. .769 .615 .583 .333 .250 .167

PF 463 319 345 265 226 228

PA 306 296 321 346 384 349

H 4-1 4-2 4-2 2-3 2-4 1-4

A 6-2 4-3 3-3 2-5 1-5 1-6

PF 340 226 258 243 96 175

PA 156 143 158 201 185 311

Vs. Div. 5-0 4-1 3-2 2-3 1-4 0-5

W-L 12-2 10-3 13-3 7-4 4-8 3-9

PCT. .857 .769 .812 .636 .333 .250

PF 534 382 506 361 210 243

PA 323 278 250 264 249 423

H 8-1 5-1 5-1 4-2 3-3 3-3

A 4-1 5-2 7-2 3-2 1-5 0-6

# - NCAA Playoff Participant

Individual Honors

Overall

PF 298 197 197 158 162 139

$ - NCAA Playoff Semifinalist

% - NCAA Playoff Finalist

First Team Offense QB: Rodney Landers (JMU), RB: Tony Nelson (UMASS), Josh Vaughan (UR), FB/HB: Jared Turcotte, WR: Mike Boyle (UNH), Victor Cruz (UMASS), Kevin Grayson (UR), TE: Scott Sicko (UNH), OL: Ryan Canary (UM), Vladimir Ducasse (UMASS), Ben Ijalana (VU), Scott Lemn (JMU), Matthew McCracken (UR), KR: Brian Pate (W&M), KR: Jonathan Grimes (W&M), PR: Scotty McGee (JMU)

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W-L 6-2 5-3 4-4 2-6 1-7 1-7

OPPONENTS

CAA

Northern Division New Hampshire# Maine# Massachusetts Hofstra Rhode Island Northeastern

! - NCAA National Champion

First Team Defense DL: Jovan Belcher (UM), Greg Miller (VU), Lawrence Sidbury, Jr. (UR), Adrian Tracy (W&M), LB: Luke Bonus (HU), Josh Jennings (UMASS), Eric McBride (UR), Osayi Osunde (VU), CB: Evan McCollough (JMU), Courtney Robinson (UMASS), Justin Rogers (UR), S: Charles Graves (UD), Marcus Haywood (JMU), Jeromy Miles (UMASS), P: Brett Arnold

Second Team Defense Second Team Offense QB: Liam Coen (UMASS), R.J. Toman (UNH), RB: Aaron Ball (VU), Jonathan Grimes (W&M), Eugene Holloman (JMU), FB/HB: John Crone (UR), WR: Marcus Lee (TU), Matt Szczur (VU), Aaron Weaver (HU), TE: Brian Mandeville (NU), Rob Varno (W&M), OL: Terrence Apted (JMU), Izzy Bauta (VU), Dorian Brooks (JMU), Josh Droesch (UNH), Kheon Hendricks (UD), Michael Silva (UR), PK: Andrew Howard (UR), (KR) Scotty McGee (JMU), PR: Derek Hatcher (UR)

Third Team Offense QB: Jake Phillips (W&M), Sean Schaefer (TU), RB: Alex Broomfield (NU), Jhamal Fluellen (UM), FB/HB: Griff Yancey (JMU), WR: Phil Atkinson (VU), Jeremy Horne (UMASS), D.J. McAulay (W&M), TE: Robbie Agnone, OL: Christopher Arnao (UM), Brian Brannigan (VU), Sean Calicchio (UMASS), Kevin Newhall (NU), Theo Sherman (JMU), PK: Joe Marcoux (VU), KR: Angelo Babbaro (VU), PR: Brandon Johnson-Farrell

DL: Hassan Abdul-Wahid (JMU), Tim Kukucka (VU), Sherman Logan (UR), Matt Marcorelle (UD), LB: Andrew Downey (UM), Matt Hansen (URI), Marquis Kirkland (VU), Matt Parent (UNH), CB: Derek Cox (W&M), Dino Vasso (UNH), S: John Clements (UNH), Drew Mack (TU), P: Tom Bishop (UNH)

Third Team Defense DL: Dave Dalessandro (VU), Sam Daniels (JMU), Kyle Harrington (UMASS), Arthur Moats (JMU), LB: Phil Higgins (NU), Jordan Manning (TU), Collin McConaghy (UR), Josh Rutter (W&M), CB: Salim Koroma (VU), Lionel Nixon, Jr., S: Nate Thellen (NU), Darrel Young (VU), P: David Miller (W&M)

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2009 CAA Composite Schedule

OPPONENTS

Thursday, September 3 St. Cloud State at Maine Villanova at TTemple Friday,, September 4 Friday West Chester at Delaware

CAA FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

Saturday, September 5 Stony Brook at Hofstra Massachusetts at Kansas State St. Francis (Pa.) at New Hampshire Northeastern at Boston College Fordham at Rhode Island Richmond at Duke Towson at Northwestern William and Mary at Virginia Saturday, September 12 *Richmond at Delaware *Maine at Northeastern Hofstra at Bryant James Madison at Maryland Albany at Massachusetts New Hampshire at Ball State Lehigh at Villanova Central Connecticut State at William and Mary Saturday, September 19 *Rhode Island at Massachusetts *Hofstra at Richmond Delaware State at Delaware VMI at James Madison Youngstown State at Northeastern Coastal Carolina at Towson Villanova at Penn William and Mary at Norfolk State Saturday, September 26 *Northeastern at Villanova *Delaware at William and Mary Hofstra at Western Michigan James Madison at Liberty Stony Brook at Massachusetts Dartmouth at New Hampshire Towson at Morgan State Rhode Island at Connecticut VMI at Richmond Saturday, October 3 *James Madison at Hofstra *Delaware at Maine *New Hampshire at Towson *William and Mary at Villanova Holy Cross at Northeastern Rhode Island at Brown Saturday, October 10 *Massachusetts at Delaware *Maine at Hofstra *Richmond at James Madison *Villanova at New Hampshire *William and Mary at Northeastern *Towson at Rhode Island

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Saturday, October 17 *Villanova at James Madison *Richmond at Maine *New Hampshire at Massachusetts *Hofstra at Rhode Island *Delaware at Towson Saturday, October 24 2 *New Hampshire at Hofstra *Towson at Northeastern *Rhode Island at Villanova *Massachusetts at Richmond *James Madison at William and Mary

2009 CAA Television Schedule Saturday, September 5 Northeastern at Boston College [E360] - 2 p.m. William and Mary at Virginia [E360] - 6 p.m. Towson at Northwestern [B10] - TBA Saturday, September 12 Richmond at Delaware [TCN] - 3:30 p.m. Saturday, September 19 Rhode Island at Massachusetts [CSN] - 3:30 p.m.

Saturday, October 31 *James Madison at Delaware *Massachusetts at Maine *Northeastern at New Hampshire *William and Mary at Rhode Island *Richmond at Towson

Saturday, September 26 Northeastern at Villanova [TCN] - 3:30 p.m.

Saturday, November 7 *Hofstra at Delaware *Maine at James Madison *Northeastern at Massachusetts *Rhode Island at New Hampshire *Villanova at Richmond *Towson at William and Mary

Saturday, October 10 Richmond at James Madison [CSN] - Noon Maine at Hofstra [TCN, tape-delay -- TBD] - 1 p.m.

Saturday, November 14 1 *Rhode Island at Maine *James Madison at Massachusetts *Hofstra at Northeastern *Villanova at Towson *New Hampshire at William and Mary Delaware at Navy Richmond at Georgetown

Saturday, October 24 James Madison at William and Mary [CSN] - Noon

Saturday, November 21 2 *Massachusetts at Hofstra *Towson at James Madison *Maine at New Hampshire *Northeastern at Rhode Island *William and Mary at Richmond *Delaware at Villanova Saturday, November 28 2 NCAA Division I Football Championship First Round

Saturday, October 3 New Hampshire at Towson [CSN] - 3:30 p.m. William and Mary at Villanova [TCN] - 7 p.m.

Saturday, October 17 Richmond at Maine [CSN] - Noon Villanova at James Madison [TCN-MA] - 3:30 p.m. New Hampshire at Massachusetts [CSN-NE] - 3:30 p.m.

Saturday, October 31 James Madison at Delaware [TCN] - Noon Massachusetts at Maine [CSN] - 3:30 p.m. Saturday, November 7 Rhode Island at New Hampshire [TCN] - Noon Villanova at Richmond [CSN] - 3:30 p.m. Saturday, November 14 James Madison at Massachusetts [TCN] - Noon Delaware at Navy [CBSCS] - 3:30 p.m. Saturday, November 21 Maine at New Hampshire [CSN-NE] - Noon William and Mary at Richmond [TCN-MA] - Noon Delaware at Villanova [TCN] - 3:30 p.m.

Saturday, December 5 NCAA Division I Football Championship QuarterďŹ nals Friday & Saturday, December 11 & 12 1 NCAA Division I Football Championship SemiďŹ nals Friday, December 18 NCAA Division I Football Championship Title Game (Finley Stadium/Davenport Field; Chattanooga, Tenn.) * - CAA Football league match-up

B10 - Big Ten Network CBS-CS - CBS College Sports Network CSN - Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic & New England CSN-NE - Comcast SportsNet New England E360 - ESPN360.com TCN - The Comcast Network (formerly CN8) & CSN NE TCN-MA - The Comcast Network Mid-Atlantic *Schedule subject to change *Some games may not be available in all markets; always check your local listings for broadcast information.

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HEAD COACH JIMMYE LAYCOCK COACHES

HEAD COACH

JIMMYE LAYCOCK Success on the Field

One of the most successful head coaches in college football history, Jimmye Laycock is the sixth-winningest active coach in the FCS division. During his 29-year career, he has guided the Tribe to 189 victories, seven playoff berths, 19 winning seasons and an appearance in the 2004 national semifinal game. In addition to his teams’ success, 23 players have gone on to sign with NFL teams, including four-time Pro Bowl selection Darren Sharper. 42

Excellence in the Classroom

In addition to being the program’s all-time winningest coach, Laycock has never compromised academic standards for athletic success. Since the NCAA began its academic reform with graduation rates surveys and APR rankings in 2004, the Tribe football program has posted a 100 percent graduation rate three times. Additionally, Laycock has produced 11 Academic All-Americans and 59 academic all-conference selections.

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A Pro’s Perspective

“Coach Laycock has shown that he has one of the more creative offenses in college football. One of the best trademarks for football coaches is a consistent program over a longer period of time. I think Coach Laycock consistently demonstrates that with his program.” Joe Gibbs Former Washington Redskins Head Coach


1970-76

COACHES

After serving as an offensive coach at Newport News High School, Laycock began his collegiate coaching career as a graduate assistant at Clemson in 1971. He later served as an assistant for legendary head coach Bobby Ross at the Citadel before becoming the quarterback’s coach at Memphis State for two seasons.

HEAD COACH JIMMYE LAYCOCK

1977-79 1966-69

Jimmye Laycock plays for legendary head coaches Marv Levy and Lou Holtz at William and Mary. After starting in the defensive secondary as a sophomore, the Hamilton, Va., native later finished his playing career at quarterback.

Laycock serves as the offensive coordinator at Clemson for three seasons. With his guidance, the Tigers went 278-1 with three bowl game appearances, including a 17-15 win against Ohio State in the 1978 Gator Bowl. Among his players was All-Pro Dwight Clark.

1980

Laycock returns to his alma mater as head coach where he would become the program’s all-time winningest coach.

1986

Laycock leads the Tribe to a FCS playoff berth for the first time in the program’s history. Under his guidance, W&M posts a 9-3 record and earns a national ranking of eighth at the conclusion of the season. Additionally, the College has three players selected in the NFL Draft.

1990

Laycock leads the Tribe to its first-ever 10-win season and is ranked No. 7 in the final national rankings. W&M leads the country in total offense, averaging almost 500 yards per game.

1997

W&M’s Darren Sharper is selected by the Minnesota Vikings in the second round of the NFL Draft. Sharper has gone on to earn Pro Bowl selections four times.

2004

The Tribe establishes a school-record 11 victories and advances to the FCS National Semifinals, which is played before a sold-out Zable Stadium crowd and in front of a nationally-televised audience. W&M finishes the year ranked No. 3 in the country country, while quarterback Lang Campbell earns the Payton Award, given annually to the nation’s top offensive player in the FCS.

2008

William and Mary recognizes Laycock and his tremendous success when it dedicates the newly constructed $11 million Laycock Center on June 21, 2008.

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Few schools feature a better match at the helm of its program than the College of William and Mary has with Jimmye Laycock. In a tenure that now reaches its third decade, Laycock has worked hand-in-hand with the College’s world-class academic tradition and fashioned a program that is a point of pride for the campus, alumni and community. Laycock is one of the nation’s longest tenured and most respected head coaches. He has authored a school-record 189 wins (against 138 losses and two ties) and 19 winning ledgers since first taking over the program in 1980. The Tribe has also appeared in nine postseason contests with Laycock at the helm. On June 21, 2008, the College dedicated the $11 million Jimmye Laycock Football Center with a ceremony that featured more than 500 friends and alumni of the program. While the building carries his name and stands as a strong symbol of what Laycock has meant to the Tribe, it makes a stronger statement about the school’s commitment to football and the program’s proud tradition. The state-of-the-art center provides the College with one of the finest facilities in the Football Championship Series and, paired with Laycock’s steady leadership, gives the Tribe the necessary resources to compete at the highest level. As the architect of what is easily the most extended run of success in William and Mary’s 114-year football history, Laycock has never compromised

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academic standards for athletic success, as his program earned recognition from the NCAA in each of the first five seasons the organization has awarded outstanding academic achievement. When Laycock, a 1970 grad, returned to coach his alma mater prior to the 1980 season, he inherited a program that had won six or more games in a season just four times in the previous 25 years. Few could have predicted that the College would produce more than three times that amount of seven-win seasons over the next quarter century. The accumulated successes, both on and off the field, have led to an era of unprecedented interest and support for his program. Evidence of this is provided in the fact the Tribe averaged more than 10,000 fans per game over the last 11 home dates. During Laycock’s tenure, the fans at Zable have consistently been treated to a winner on the field, as the program’s mentor ranks in the top 10 of all active FCS head coaches in terms of career wins. Laycock is also second among active conference head coaches in career league wins with 76. Laycock has made the home turf in Zable Stadium into unfriendly territory for opponents as the Tribe has won 74.0 percent of its games (101-42-1) in Williamsburg in the last 25 years. W&M has turned in seven undefeated regular season home campaigns. Individual accomplishments under Laycock have been plentiful, as he has also tutored 32 players to 79 All-America honors from the William and Mary ranks and has coached 11 Academic All-Americans. Former quarterback Lang Campbell is the most decorated of all, as the 2004 season saw him earn the prestigious Payton Award, given annually to the nation’s top offensive player in the FCS ranks, consensus first team All-America honors, as well as the A-10’s Offensive Player of the Year and Scholar-Athlete of the Year. The Tribe has produced an astounding 146 all-conference selections since 1993. While no one season can define a career that spans three decades, Laycock’s 2004 season, his 25th at the school, produced levels of success never before reached at the College. W&M set a school record for wins (11), won the Atlantic 10 Football Conference’s automatic NCAA bid, hosted a NCAA semifinal game before a standing room only crowd at Zable Stadium in front of a national television audience and finished the year with a school record No. 3 final national ranking. Along the way, a bevy of school singleseason records fell; total points (486), total yards (6,044) and home wins (seven), to name just a few. But, none of these achievements spoke more succinctly to Laycock’s approach than the program’s 100 percent official NCAA graduation-rate report for all student-athletes receiving athletics aid. This showed W&M graduated all of its scholarship football players who entered the program as freshmen during the 1997-98 school year. The Tribe not only carried the highest graduation rate in the conference,

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Winningest Active NCAA FCS Coaches (By Victories - Through 2008) Bob Ford (Albany, 40) Jerry Moore (Appalachian State, 27) Joe Taylor (Florida A&M, 26) Al Bagnoli (Penn, 27) Andy Talley (Villanova, 29) Jimmye Laycock (W&M, 29) Walt Hameline (Wagner, 28) 8. Pete Richardson (Southern, 21) 9. Mike Ayers (Wofford, 24) 10. K.C. Keeler (Delaware, 16) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

234 205 203 200 192 189 189 169 152 144

Division I Coaches Most Years at Current Schools 1. 2. 3. 4.

Joe Paterno (Penn State, 1966-2009) Bob Ford (Albany, 1973-2009) Bobby Bowden (Florida State, 1976-2009) Jimmye Laycock (W&M, 1980-2009)

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Career CAA Football Coaching Victories 1. Andy Talley* (VU, 1985- ) 2. Bill Bowes (UNH, 1972-98) 3. “Tubby” Raymond (UD, 1966-01) 4. Jimmye Laycock* (W&M, 1993- ) 5. Jim Reid (UMass, 1986-91, UR, 95-03) 6. Jack Cosgrove* (UM, 1993- ) 7. Mickey Matthews* (JMU, 1999- ) 8. Dan Brown* (NU, 2000-03, UMass, 2003-08) 9. Tom Jackson (UC, 1983-93) 10. Hal Westerman (UM, 1951-66) Vic Fusia (UMass, 1961-70) *Active CAA Football Coaches

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but also was far and away the top figure of any team ranked in the final national top 25 for that season. To prove this lofty number was no fluke, the team repeated the feat just two years later, as the 1999-2001 cohort also graduated at 100 percent. When looking at the NCAA Division I Championship Division world, the Tribe’s stellar 175-86-2 (.668) record against fellow Championship Division foes during Laycock’s career also confirms the success of his formula. The College also boasts a 76-54 mark in league play. The 2001 campaign stood as a testament to Laycock’s program’s stability, as the team rebounded from a then nine-year low 5-6 record in 2000 to post an 84 mark, claiming a share of the Atlantic 10 Crown and earning a spot in the NCAA Division I-AA Playoffs. The 1996 campaign is another prime example of how Laycock has perpetuated a winning tradition within W&M’s rigorous classroom standards, as he led a youth-laden squad to a quarterfinal showing in the NCAA playoffs, a 10-3 overall record (7-1 in league play), the Tribe’s first Yankee Conference Championship, and a


Laycock in NCAA FCS Playoffs 1986 1989 1990 1993 1996 2001 2004

Delaware, 17-51 (L), First Round Furman, 10-24 (L), First Round Massachusetts, 38-0 (W), First Round Central Florida, 38-52 (L), Quarterfinals McNeese State, 28-34 (L), First Round Jackson State, 45-6 (W), First Round Northern Iowa, 35-38 (L), Quarterfinals Appalachian State, 27-40 (L), First Round Hampton, 42-35 (W), First Round Delaware, 44-38, 2 OT (W), Quarterfinals James Madison, 34-48 (L), Semifinals

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Season 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Totals

Overall W L 2 9 5 6 3 8 6 5 6 5 7 4 9 3 5 6 6 4 8 3 10 3 5 6 9 2 9 3 8 3 7 4 10 3 7 4 7 4 6 5 5 6 8 4 6 5 5 5 11 3 5 6 3 8 4 7 7 4 189 138

Prior to the 2004 campaign, the 1990 season stood as the benchmark for the Tribe program. That season, Laycock was honored by his peers as Coach of the Year in Region II and the state of Virginia for guiding the Tribe to 10 wins and an appearance in the quarterfinals of the Division I-AA playoffs. That 1990 squad, ranked No. 7 in the final NCAA poll, refashioned many pages in the school record book. W&M led the country in total offense by averaging almost 500 yards per game and claimed the Lambert Cup for I-AA supremacy in the East. Even the Virginia General Assembly passed a resolution commending Laycock’s accomplishments. The Tribe’s 1996 squad led the conference in both total offense and defense en route to earning its own Lambert Cup and ECAC Team of the Year honors. After some lean years early in his tenure, Laycock’s teams began building respectability among all opponents. After a pair of 6-5 seasons, W&M carved out a 7-4 mark in 1985 and a national ranking of No. 16. The winning ways continued in 1986 with a 9-3 record and an eighth-place final ranking. In that season, the Tribe advanced to the I-AA playoffs for the first time and had three players drafted by the NFL. Although William and Mary dipped to a 5-6 slate in 1987, the Tribe recovered to post a 6-4-1 overall record in 1988. That memorable season climaxed with a trip to Japan and a 73-3 victory over the Japanese College All-

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fifth-place national ranking. One trademark of a Laycock-coached team is a prolific and intricate offensive attack. The Tribe offense has averaged nearly 400 yards a game over Laycock’s 29 previous years in the program.

Laycock vs. CAA Football Conference Team Delaware Hofstra Hof James Madison Maine Massachusetts New Hampshire Northeastern Rhode Island Richmond Towson Villanova

W 12 2 12 6 4 10 11 10 19 6 9

L 17 3 17 2 7 2 2 2 10 0 9

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Jimmye Laycock Year-by-Year T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

Pct. .182 .455 .273 .545 .545 .636 .750 .455 .591 .773 .769 .455 .818 .750 .727 .636 .769 .636 .636 .545 .455 .667 .545 .500 .786 .455 .273 .364 .636 .578

Pts 117 192 204 259 261 276 352 232 260 286 467 343 328 442 274 276 394 254 346 295 268 362 326 287 486 358 209 319 361

Opp 254 278 333 320 285 287 297 272 230 261 322 320 205 220 210 184 214 203 315 266 314 295 284 299 373 283 283 427 264

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Conference L T

Pct.

Pts

Opp

Finish

Postseason

NCAA First Round Epson Ivy Bowl NCAA First Round NCAA Quarterfinals 7 6 5 7 4 4 5 4 7 5 4 7 3 1 2 5 76

1 2 3 1 4 4 3 4 2 4 4 1 5 7 6 3 54

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.875 .750 .625 .875 .500 .500 .625 .500 .778 .556 .500 .875 .375 .125 .250 .625 .585

320 198 185 194 153 211 245 196 278 247 229 249 237 143 205 243

173 140 103 110 157 243 162 213 217 187 219 180 240 237 326 201

Epson Ivy Bowl First^ NCAA First Round Tied-1st^ Tied-3rd^ First^/A-10 Champs NCAA Quarterfinals Tied-4th^ Tied-2nd^ Tied-4th Tied-4th Tied-1st/A-10 Champs NCAA First Round Fifth Sixth First*/A-10 Champs NCAA Semifinals Tied-3rd* Sixth* Fifth* Third* 3 A-10 Titles 7 NCAA Playoff Berths

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Stars in the first Epson Ivy Bowl. The Tribe returned to the NCAAs in 1989 with an 8-2-1 regular season record. The Tribe is well represented in the pro ranks, as 2008 team captain Derek Cox was drafted in the third round of the 2009 NFL Draft by the Jacksonville Jaguars. The College is also represented in the NFL by four-time Pro Bowl free safety Darren Sharper (New Orleans Saints), a second round draft pick of the Green Bay in 1997, and Mike Leach (Arizona Cardinals). Including Cox, the College has had a total of six players sign free agent contracts after their senior season since the end of the 2004; Lang Campbell (2005, Cleveland Browns), Dominique Thomspon (2005, St. Louis Rams), Adam O’Connor (2007, Carolina Panthers), Drew Atchison (2008, Dallas Cowboys) and Mike Potts (2008, Pittsburgh Steelers). Former all-conference defensive back Billy Parker also played professionally in 2008, as he started every game for the New York Dragons of the Arena League. Former standout wide receiver Rich Musinski has been a fixture with the Scranton Wilkes-Barre Barons for the past two seasons. Michael Clemons (Class of 1987) had been one of the CFL’s most explosive players after joining the Toronto Argonauts in 1989, and now serves as the team’s Vice Chair. As a 1970 graduate of the College, Laycock played football under two gurus of the game. For three years, he learned the details under the watchful eyes of Marv Levy, the legendary former head coach of the Buf-

falo Bills. In his last season, collegiate coaching legend Lou Holtz schooled Laycock in the finer aspects of psyche and motivation. As a sophomore, Laycock was a starter in the defensive secondary, but he was soon switched to quarterback where he completed 96 of 218 passes for 1,366 yards. Laycock’s first full-time coaching position came at The Citadel as the offensive backfield coach under Bobby Ross, who went on to coach the NFL’s San Diego Chargers and Detroit Lions. In 1975, Memphis State tabbed Laycock as its quar- Future NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre was one of the featerback’s coach and he helped the tured instructors at Laycock’s 2008 All-Pro Football Camp. Favre has Tigers to consecutive 7-4 records. assisted with Laycock’s camp three times. In 1977, Laycock traveled to Clemson to serve as offensive coordinator for three years. ketball and baseball at Loudoun Valley High School, During his tenure, he helped the Tigers fashion records where he won 12 letters and has since had his number of 8-3-1, 11-1 and 8-4. Clemson played in bowl games retired. Laycock is married to Deidre Connelly, a sports each year, defeating Ohio State 17-15 in the 1978 Gator Bowl. At that time, Laycock coached two-time All-ACC psychology consultant at the College. They have three performer Steve Fuller, the Tiger quarterback who later children: Michael, Mimi and James. Laycock’s daughter Melanie is married to Doug played in the NFL, and Dwight Clark, an All-Pro receiver Johnson and is a high school administrator in the Atfor the San Francisco 49ers. A native Virginian, Laycock played football, bas- lanta Area.

Laycock At a Glance

The Talk About Laycock

Personal

Marv Levy - Former W&M Head Coach and NFL Hall of Famer

Birth Date: February 6, 1948 Hometown: Hamilton, Va. Alma Mater: William and Mary (1970) Graduate Degree: Clemson (1972) Wife: Deidre Connelly Children: Melanie, Michael, Mimi, James

“I’ve always admired the work that Jimmye’s done at William and Mary. He’s very well-respected throughout the coaching fraternity. He’s the right man for the right college.”

Playing Career 1962-66

Loudoun Valley High School 12 varsity letters (football, basketball, baseball)

1966-69

College of William and Mary Lettered at both defensive back and quarterback

Coaching Career 1970 1971-72 1973-74 1975-76 1977-79 1980-

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Offensive coach, Newport News High School Graduate Assistant, Clemson University Offensive Backfield Coach, The Citadel Quarterbacks Coach, Memphis State Offensive Coordinator, Clemson University Gator Bowl (1977, 1978), Peach Bowl (1979) Head Coach, College of William and Mary NCAA Playoffs (1986, 1989, 1990, 1993, 1996, 2001, 2004) Lambert Cup (1990, 1996) ECAC Team of the Year (1990, 1996) Epson Ivy Bowl (1988, 1992) Region II Coach of the Year (1990) Virginia Coach of the Year (1990) Richmond Touchdown Club Coach of the Year (2001)

Darren Sharper - New Orleans Saints four-time Pro Bowl safety “Coach Laycock knew from the time that he was recruiting me what position was best for me to reach my ultimate potential. Joining the Tribe family turned out to be the best situation for me to grow as a person and as a player. Without being a part of this family, I wouldn’t be as successful as I am today.”

Mike Tomlin - Pittsburgh Steelers Head Coach “William and Mary sets the stage to address the challenges you face. Coach Jimmye Laycock has been the blueprint for me. He is what the job of coaching is all about.”

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Laycock Era Highlights …

Laycock vs. The Nation

• Among active Division I (FBS and FCS) head coaches, Laycock’s 189 victories rank tied for 12th. The total also ranks inside the top 20 of active coaches in all divisions. Among only active FCS head coaches, Laycock’s total is tied for sixth. • Laycock ranks fourth on the all-time CAA Football career victories list with 76. Among active coaches, Laycock trails only Villanova’s Andy Talley (100).

• The Tribe has posted winning ledgers in 19 of the past 26 seasons under Laycock. • Laycock has guided the Tribe to a total of 55 career 40-plus point outings in his 329 games as the College’s head coach, a number that represents more than 16 percent of his total games. By comparison, the College had seen only 12 total 40-plus point outings in the 30 seasons prior to Laycock taking the reigns of the program in 1980. • Since joining what is now the CAA Football conference in 1993, a William and Mary quarterback has earned all-conference honors in 11 of the 16 seasons, including seven-straight campaigns from 1998 to 2004. Going hand-in-hand with the postseason honors is the fact that in seven of the 15 seasons in league play, a Tribe quarterback has turned in the conference’s top passer efficiency rating. • The College has earned 146 total all-conference citations under Laycock. • The Tribe has posted a 101-42-1 record (.698) at Zable Stadium under Laycock, which includes seven undefeated regular seasons in Williamsburg. In Laycock’s 29 seasons, the College has failed to post a .500 or better record at home just four times (1980, 1999, 2006, 2007). • Since joining the CAA Football Conference, W&M has gone 112-66 (.629) against FCS opponents. • During Laycock’s 29-year tenure, 23 Tribe players have gone on to sign with NFL teams, including four-time Pro Bowl selection Darren Sharper. • Laycock has mentored 33 student-athletes to All-America honors at the College, including a career-high four in 2004 that earned either Sports Network or Associated Press All-America citations (Lang Campbell, Dominique Thompson, Greg Kuehn, Adam O’Connor). Campbell was a consensus First Team All-American (AFCA, Walter Camp, AP, Sports Network) and was also the winner of the 2004 Walter Payton Award. • Since the NCAA began its academic reform with graduation rates surveys and APR rankings in 2004, the Tribe football program has posted a 100 percent graduation rate three times (2004, 2006, 2007). • Under Laycock, 11 Tribe football players have been named Academic All-Americans, including the most recent selection of Bryce Lee in 2001. • W&M has had 59 players earn academic all-conference honors since 1997 under Laycock, including a career-high tying seven in 2007, and one conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year (Lang Campbell, 2004).

Frank Beamer, Marv Levy, Ralph Friedgen, Jim Copeland, Mike Tomlin and Lanny Watkins comprised an elite group of featured speakers at the Jimmye Laycock Football Center dedication on June 21, 2008.

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• In 2004, W&M won a school-record 11 games and made its ninth postseason appearance under Laycock, advancing to the NCAA semifinals for the first time in school history and finishing with a school-record No. 3 final national ranking.

Opponent Appalachian State Boston U Brown Bucknell Central Florida Citadel, The Colgate Connecticut Dartmouth Delaware East Carolina East Tennessee State Furman Georgia Georgia Southern Hampton Harvard Hofstra Holy Cross Indiana Jackson State James Madison Lehigh Liberty Maine Marshall Maryland Massachusetts McNeese State Miami (FL) Miami (OH) Navy New Hampshire Norfolk State North Carolina N.C. State Northern Iowa Northeastern Pennsylvania Penn State Princeton Rhode Island Richmond Rutgers Samford Temple Towson Tulane Villanova Virginia Virginia Tech VMI Wake Forest Western Michigan Wofford Yale

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• Jimmye Laycock enters his 30th season as the Tribe’s head coach in 2009. The school’s all-time winningest coach, Laycock has compiled a 189-138-2 career record at W&M.

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OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR ZBIG KEPA COACHES

Offensive Coordinator Wide Receivers 26th Season St. Joseph’s (Ind.), 1979

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KEPA Coming into his 26th season on the Tribe sidelines, Zbig Kepa brings the College one of the nation’s most experienced and accomplished coordinators. Evidence of this can be found in the fact that the school’s career leaders in rushing yards, passing yards, total offense, receiving yards, touchdown passes and receptions, to name a few, have all played during Kepa’s tenure as coordinator. Kepa’s time with the College began in 1984, when he arrived as a part-time assistant and worked primarily with the defense. The following year he became a full-time assistant and moved to offense where he took charge of the receivers. Kepa primarily recruits the Peninsula and Northern Neck areas in Virginia. He also recruits eastern Pennsylvania. Since joining the offensive staff, Kepa has helped develop one of the most productive offenses in FCS football. The 1996 team led the conference in total offense, while the 1993 unit finished sixth in the nation in total yards with the second-highest total (5,504) in school history. Overall, the Tribe is averaging nearly 400 yards of total offense per game during Kepa’s 17-year stint as the offensive coordinator. He oversaw the most prolific single-season receiving performance in school history by Dominique Thompson (1,585 yards; 79 receptions; 13 TDs) in 2004. Kepa also developed the school’s all-time leading receiver, Rich Musinski (‘04), who became just the third player in Championship Subdivision history to surpass the 4,000-yard career receiving mark. Kepa’s receivers dominate the W&M record book, as nine of the top 10 all-time career receiving yardage leaders were developed under his mentorship. Prior to Musinski, the most prolific of the group was 2000 graduate Dave Conklin (1996-99), who left the College as the all-time leader in receiving yards (3,269), catches (190) and touchdown catches (27). Harry Mehre (1985-89) was the first to etch his name into the archives, as he set a then career receiving yardage mark (2,748) and earned AP All-America honors as a senior. Kepa has also groomed a pair of student-athletes to conference Rookie of the Year honors (Conklin, 1996; Musinski, 2000). In his 26 seasons at W&M, Kepa has tutored 11 receivers to 13 all-conference citations, including four first-team honorees. Most recently, current wide out D.J. McAulay earned third-team honors in 2008. Musinski, who graduated as the school’s all-time leader in receiving yards (4,168), receptions (223) and touchdown catches (31), was a three-time first-team all-league pick from 2001 to 2003. Kepa grew up in northern Indiana and attended Bishop Noll Institute, where he lettered four years in football. After graduation in 1975, he accepted a football scholarship at St. Joseph’s College in Indiana. He led the

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Pumas at quarterback and defensive back before a knee injury ended his playing career. He continued at St. Joseph’s as a student assistant coach and graduated in 1979 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education and health. Kepa stayed on the Pumas’ staff for the 1979 and 1980 seasons, while working on his master’s degree in health and physical education at Purdue. Kepa earned his master’s in 1981 and went onto become an assistant with the offense and defense at Fenwick High School in Chicago. In 1983, he returned to his undergraduate alma mater for one year as a full-time offensive assistant before joining W&M in 1984. He and his wife, the former Mary Cappuccilli from Indiana, have three children, Christina, Nathanial and Nicholas. Kepa’s Collegiate Coaching File Years School Assignment 1983 St. Joseph’s (Indiana) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Offensive Assistant 1984 William and Mary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Defensive Assistant 1885-1991 William and Mary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Receivers Coach 1992-2008 William and Mary . . . . . . . .Receivers Coach/Offensive Coord. 2008 William and Mary . . . . Quarterbacks Coach/Offensive Coord. 2009 William and Mary . . . . . . . .Receivers Coach/Offensive Coord.

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Defensive Coordinator Defensive Backs Third Season Yale, 1988

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DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR BOB SHOOP

Under Bob Shoop’s steady and confident leadership, the College’s defense has undergone a remarkable transformation in his three short years on campus. A veteran of 21-years in the coaching ranks, Shoop has molded the young group he inherited for the 2007 season and organized them into what promises to be one of the league’s elite units entering the fall. After going through a run of four coordinators in the five years prior to his arrival, the Tribe was searching for stability in the position and turned to Shoop in February of 2007. An outstanding teacher and organizer, Shoop provides the program a proven track record of success and championship credentials. Shoop’s resumé spans two decades as a Division I coach, including two separate stints as a defensive coordinator (Yale, 1994-96; Villanova, 1997) and three years of head coaching experience (Columbia, 2003-05). He is responsible for recruiting Western Pennsylvania and the Richmond area. While his first season at the reigns of the Tribe defense saw him list as many as 16 freshmen and sophomores on the two-deep, the experience the group gained turned to production in 2008. Shoop’s charges took major steps forward in every defensive category last fall, after surrendering nearly 400 yards of total offense (225.7 rushing/167.5 passing) in ‘07, last year’s group allowed just 326.8 yards per game (155.3 rushing/171.6 passing). Shoop’s most recent position prior to coming to the College was at the University of Massachusetts, where he worked with the Minutemen’s defensive backfield and helped the squad to an appearance in the NCAA Division I-AA Championship game in 2006. His season at UMass was successful on an individual basis as well, as three of his players were named to all-conference honors, including a pair being tabbed for first-team accolades. Prior to his season in Amherst, Shoop headed the Columbia football program for three seasons and produced 20 All-Ivy League selections during his tenure. In 2005, he led the program to its first 2-0 start since 1996, a feat accomplished just three times in the previous 50 years. He ended his time with the Lions with a 7-23 mark. In his first season with the Lions (2003), he led Columbia to a 4-6 record, its best since 1998, which included victories over Princeton and Harvard for the first time in the same season since 1978, and league victories in two of the Lions’ last three games. Prior to Columbia, he served as defensive secondary coach at Boston College for four years (1999-2002). Shoop played a major role in the Eagles’ success, including bowl victories in three of his four seasons. Shoop’s secondary was a key cog in BC’s 9-4 record and Motor City Bowl victory in 2002,

as the Eagles ranked 13th in the nation in passing defense and 17th in pass efficiency defense. Shoop also had Ivy League experience as an assistant coach at Yale (1989 and 1994-96) under legendary Hall of Fame coach Carmen Cozza. He also has served stints as an assistant coach at Army (1998), Villanova, where he was defensive coordinator for the 12-1 1997 squad, and Northeastern (1991-93). Shoop played his collegiate football at Yale. He earned honorable mention All-Ivy accolades in 1987 as a wide receiver. He was recognized with Yale Football’s prestigious Robert Gardner Anderson Memorial Award for team spirit, dedication and leadership. Shoop also captained the Bulldog baseball team for which he earned four letters. He twice earned the Ducky Pond Award as the team’s most outstanding pitcher. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in economics from Yale in 1988. Shoop hails from Oakmont, Pa., a suburb of Pittsburgh. He and his wife, Maura, have two children, Tyler and Jay. His brother John is the offensive coordinator at the University of North Carolina. Shoop’s Collegiate Coaching File Years 1989 1990 1991-93 1994-96 1997 1998 1999-02 2003-05 2006 2007-

School Assignment Yale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Offensive Assistant Coach Virginia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Offensive Graduate Assistant Northeastern . . . . Defensive Backs/Special Teams Coordinator Yale . . . . . . . . . . . . Def. Coord./Spec. Teams Coord./Rec. Coord. Villanova . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Defensive Coordinator Army . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Defensive Backs Boston College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Defensive Backs Columbia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Head Coach UMass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Defensive Backs William and Mary . . . . . . . . Defensive Coord./Defensive Backs

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ASSISTANT HEAD COACH BOB SOLDERITCH COACHES

Assistant Head Coach Offensive Line 14th Season William and Mary Mary, 1986

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SOLDERITCH In his 14 seasons on campus, William and Mary Assistant Head Coach and offensive line mentor Bob Solderitch has made a positive impact on several generations of Tribe linemen, maintaining a legacy of success he helped create as an all-conference center for the College. A 1986 graduate of W&M, Solderitch returned to Williamsburg in 1996 to take over the offensive line and eventually assumed the duties of assistant head coach in 2000. In what is a tribute to his dedication to the program, a private donor provided funding to have the staff room in the Laycock Football Center named in his honor. In addition to overseeing the Tribe’s offensive front, Solderitch acts as the program’s liaison in a wide-ranging list of administrative duties, such as compliance and summer camp director, to name a few. Solderitch recruits the Tidewater area for the Tribe, as well as North Carolina, the Atlanta area and handling transfer students. In his first season as a full-time assistant (1996), he groomed Tribe guard Josh Beyer to consensus first-team All-America honors. Fellow guard Dan Rossettini earned multiple all-conference honors under Solderitch, including first-team honors in 1997. In 1998, guard Greg Whirley, Jr. capped his career by earning first-team all-conference honors, while Matt Mazefsky earned multiple all-conference citations in his career and All-America recognition after

the 2001 season. In 2002, first team all-conference tackle Dwight Beard also earned All-America honors under Solderitch’s tutelage. In all, Solderitch has seen 15 players earn 19 all-conference awards on his watch, including 2006 team captain Cody Morris who graduated as a threetime all-conference performer, with second-team honors after his sophomore and senior seasons. Former team captain Pat Mulloy put a fitting punctuation on what was a standout four-year career by being named as a Second-Team All-Atlantic 10 pick in 2005. In 2007, another team captain, tackle Brad Stewart, was named to third-team honors. After a brief stint in pursuing a professional playing career with the Indianapolis Colts (in 1985), Solderitch returned to his alma mater as a graduate assistant from 1986 to 1990. While earning his MBA at the College, his responsibilities included tight ends, long snappers and organizing the scout team. He also assisted with the offensive line and helped prepare Tribe All-America linemen Scott Perkins and Reggie White. After receiving his MBA from the College, Solderitch was named as the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Newport News Apprentice School. He helped guide the team to a 17-9-1 overall record between the 1991 and 1993 seasons. While earning his B.A. in economics as an undergraduate at the College, Solderitch was a three-year starter at offensive center and earned all-state and All-East Coast Athletic Conference honors his junior and senior seasons. In 1985, he was named team captain and won the Tribe’s outstanding lineman award. In 1990, he was named to William and Mary’s 100 Years All-Time squad. Prior to his return to Williamsburg, Solderitch had a two-year stint at the Virginia Military Institute, where he coached both the offensive and defensive lines over two seasons (1994-95) under then head coach Bill Stewart. His offensive lines paved the way for standout Keydet tailback Thomas Haskins, who would graduate as the NCAA’s all-time leading rusher among the Football Championship Series ranks. Solderitch graduated from Whitehall High School in 1982, where he was an all-district lineman and member of two East Penn Conference championship teams (1980-81). Solderitch and his wife, Karen, reside in the Williamsburg area. Solderitch’s Collegiate Coaching File Years School Assignment 1986-90 William and Mary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Graduate Assistant/Tight Ends 1991-93 Newport News Apprentice. . . . . . . . . . . Offensive Coord./Off. Line 1994-95 VMI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Offensive Line/Defensive Line 1996-99 William and Mary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Offensive Line 2000William and Mary . . . . . . . . . . . . .Offensive Line/Asst. Head Coach

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Linebackers Special Teams Coordinator Sixth Season Wabash College, 1981

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BOONE As Scott Boone enters his sixth season as a member of the Tribe’s staff, he brings the program more than a quarter century of coaching experience. While he is entering his third season overseeing the linebackers, Boone has also proven to be an outstanding recruiter and versatile developer of talent, as he has also worked with the Tribe’s defensive backs and as an offensive assistant on the staff. Boone handles the Tribe’s recruiting efforts in northern Virginia, the Philadelphia-metro area and southern New Jersey. Boone has groomed a pair of players to all-conference honors, including middle linebacker Josh Rutter last season. Cornerback Stephen Cason was his first all-league honoree, as Cason was a two-time All-Atlantic 10 selection (2004-2005). In 2004, Boone served as an offensive assistant on the Tribe staff after spending the previous seven years as the head football coach at RandolphMacon College in Ashland, Va. In his seven seasons at Randolph-Macon, Boone compiled a record of 37-33, including a 22-18 ledger in conference action. In 1997, Boone guided the Yellow Jackets to a share of the ODAC title, going 4-1 in league play and 8-2 overall, and garnered Richmond Touchdown Club and VaSID Small College Coach of the Year honors. While at RMC, Boone coached 34 players to First-Team All-ODAC honors in his seven seasons. Also, 14 team and individual school records were broken under Boone. Prior to his stint at RMC, Boone was an assistant coach at his alma mater, Wabash College in Crawfordsville, Ind., from 1983 to 1996. In Boone’s 14 years as an assistant, Wabash posted an 81-382 record. In addition to his football duties, Boone was the head baseball coach at Wabash from 1986 to 1997, compiling a career record of 231-219 on the diamond, which ranks him as the school’s all-time coaching wins leader. Boone is a member of the Wabash College Athletic Hall of Fame and was honored this past summer for his outstanding contribution to the program. In addition to his bachelor’s degree from Wabash, Boone holds a Master’s of Science – Education in Higher Education Administration from Purdue University, which he received in 1999. Boone has two children, Nathan, 15, and Delaney, 9.

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Trevor Andrews enters his ninth year on campus with the dual responsibilities of overseeing the Tribe’s’’s recruiting efforts and the defensive line. Andrews has been in each role for the last six years and has affected significant change and improvement in both areas. In addition to coordinating the Tribe’s recruiting, Andrews also serves as W&M’s chief recruiter in Washington, D.C., as well as eastern Maryland, North Jersey and New England. Prior to his current responsibilities, Andrews worked as a defensive assistant for three seasons. Andrews worked with the Tribe cornerbacks in 2003 and helped groom first-team all-league selection Billy Parker, who signed as a free agent with the Carolina Panthers upon graduation. Most recently, Andrews has helped develop current Tribe defensive end Adrian Tracy into one of the nation’s premier players. Last season he helped groom Tracy into an Honorable Mention All-American and First-Team All-CAA performer. Tracy is Andrew’s second All-American, as Andrews helped defensive end Adam O’Connor to Third-Team Associated Press All-America honors in 2004. O’Connor also earned all-league status in both 2004 and 2005 and eventually signed a free agent contract with the Minnesota Vikings during the summer of 2007. Andrews came to the College after spending the 2000 season as an assistant at Randolph-Macon College, where he worked as the secondary coach and special teams coordinator. As a three-year letterwinner at defensive back for the University of Dayton, Andrews was a member of three conference championship teams with the Flyers and played on Dayton’s undefeated 1996 squad (11-0). After earning his B.S. in physical education from Dayton in 1998, Andrews accepted a graduate position at Illinois Wesleyan University and coached the secondary while working towards his graduate degree in athletic administration. Andrews, an accomplished musician and avid golfer, resides in the Williamsburg area.

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Running Backs Second Season William and Mary Mary, 2002

Video Coordinator Defensive Assistant, CB Fourth Season Randolph-Macon, 2002

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CORLEY, JR. One of the greatest players ever to wear the Green and Gold, David Corley, Jr.,comes into his second season as the Tribe’s running backs mentor. He brings the staff a wealth of perspective and playing experience, being a 2002 graduate of the College and the school’s all-time leading passer. Corley’s primary recruiting areas are Charlottesville and Richmond in Virginia and the southeast, including Georgia and South Carolina. Much like his playing career, Corley has proven to be a quick study, as he groomed true freshman Jonathan Grimes into one of the most decorated athletes in the history of the conference. Grimes set the Tribe’s freshman records for both rushing and all-purpose yards and was named as a honorable mention All-American as a return specialist. Grimes also earned All-CAA honors as a tailback and kick returner. Corley returns to the College where he excelled as a four-year starter and multiple-time all-conference QB from 1999 through 2002. He wrote his name in nearly every significant passing record for the school, including graduating as the Tribe’s all-time leader in passing yards (9,805), total offense (10,948) and touchdown passes (73). He remains one of only two quarterbacks (the other being Stan Yagiello, 1981-85) to be a four-year starter during the Laycock era. Corley began his playing career by earning the league’s Rookie of the Year honors after the 1999 season, where he started the final eight games of the Tribe’s schedule. He twice led the league in passing efficiency (1999 and 2002) and earned postseason honors in each of his final four years on campus. Corley played an important role in helping lead the team to a conference title in 2001 and was selected as the squad’s captain for the 2002 season. The native of Columbia, S.C., was named as the College’s Outstanding Senior Athlete for the 2002-03 school year and was a two-time runner up for the prestigious Dudley Award, presented annually to the outstanding collegiate player in the state of Virginia. Corley is able to draw on a wide-range of playing experience he gathered in professional playing stints in the Canadian Football League with the Hamilton Tiger Cats (2003) and Calgary Stampeders (2006). He also was as a member of the Arena Football League’s New York Dragons (2005). Corley met his wife, Brianne, while playing professional football in the Canadian Football League. They reside in Williamsburg.

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HENDERSON A four-year veteran of the Tribe’s staff, Trey Henderson has proven to be an invaluable resource for the staff, both on the field as an assistant with the defensive backs and in the state-of-the-art Laycock Football Center as the team’s video coordinator. In his four-years on campus, Henderson has gathered a wide-range of experience in working with both sides of the ball and has been heavily involved in collecting, editing and preparing practice and game footage for the staff, using the team’s DVSport software editing system. He also played a lead role in helping to organize and implement the program’s brand-new, networked video editing suite in the Jimmye Laycock Football Center. On the field, Henderson was instrumental in helping with the development of all-conference cornerback, and eventual NFL draft pick, Derek Cox. Henderson came to Williamsburg in 2006 after working for Overhead Door Company of Central Va., where he arranged more than $180,000 in sales. While working in sales, Henderson also coached football at Hopewell High School, where he served as the defensive backs and wide receivers coach for the previous three seasons and helped guide the Blue Devils to the 2003 AAA State Championship. Henderson also spent time as an assistant wrestling coach at Benedictine High School in Richmond, sending two wrestlers to the Prep National Tournament. A four-year letterwinning defensive back at RandolphMacon College, Henderson started three years in the secondary and was the Yellow Jackets’ co-captain in 2001, while also spending three seasons on the baseball team. He received his Bachelor of Arts in economics and business from RMC in 2002 and completed a Master’s of Science in Sport Leadership at Virginia Commonwealth University in December of 2006. Henderson, whose complete name Herman Allen Henderson, III, is an active member of American Football Coaches Association and the Virginia High School League. He enjoys fishing, golfing and spending time at Claytor Lake. Henderson resides in Williamsburg with his wife, Summers, and their newborn son, Claytor.

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Offensive Assistant, QB Second Season William and Mary Mary, 2007

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Defensive Assistant, LB Second Season Catholic, 2006

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BOWES One year removed from helping put together one of the league’s premier defensive lines, John Bowes enters his second year on the College’s staff looking to assist with the linebacking unit. In addition to the on-field responsibilities, Bowes plays a large role in helping organize the team’s video needs working under video coordinator Trey Henderson. Bowes joined the Tribe after spending the previous two seasons as the

TAYLOR Christian Taylor moves into his second season on the Tribe staff with the responsibility of assisting in the development of the team’s quarterbacks. He had a very successful first season in the collegiate coaching ranks, as he helped groom All-CAA tight end Rob Varno into one of the team’s most productive players. While this will be Taylor’s first season working with quarterbacks, he is uniquely qualified for the role, as he has extensive experience in the College’s attack. Taylor earned a pair of varsity letters as a quarterback for the College from (2002-06) and was a four-year member of the team’s travel squad. He is responsible for recruiting southwestern Virginia, California, and other far west states. Taylor also has extensive responsibilities in working with the team’s place-kickers and plays a vital role in working with the video editing system. He played his scholastic football at Grafton High School in Virginia, where his was a two-year letterwinner and all-region selection at quarterback and safety. Taylor is a 2007 graduate of the College, earning a degree in kinesiology, and enjoys traveling, going to the beach, and working out.

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One of the staff ’s hardest working and brightest young coaching minds, Brendan Nugent enters his third season on the College’s staff with the responsibilities of working with the team’s tight ends and as an assistant with the offensive line. Nugent is the staff ’s primary recruiter for the state of Florida. Despite being on campus for a relatively short time, he has helped develop some outstanding talent. In his first year (2007), he helped groom NFL free agent and All-American TE Drew Atchison. Last year, in his role working with the Tribe wide outs, he mentored D.J. McAulay to All-CAA recognition. Nugent was exposed to the collegiate coaching game by working as the offensive undergraduate assistant on Kirk Ferentz’s staff at the University of Iowa during the 2005 and 2006 seasons. In this position, Nugent worked directly with Iowa offensive coordinator, Ken O’Keefe, assisting him with day-today and game day operations. Aside from his on-field work with Iowa’s offense and the defensive scout teams, some of his additional responsibilities included playbook and opponent scouting preparation and extensive work with editing instructional footage on the team’s XOS Sagio Video System. His first job in the coaching ranks came at Archbishop Stepinac High School in his hometown of White Plains, N.Y., where he served as the Crusaders’ linebacker coach for the 2004 season. As a player, Nugent lettered three seasons at linebacker at Catholic University of America. He went onto earn his undergraduate degree in political science from the University of Iowa in December of 2006. Nugent is single and resides in Williamsburg.

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Offensive Assistant, TE Third Season Iowa, 2006

defensive graduate assistant at Clarion University of Pennsylvania, a NCAA Division II school in western Pennsylvania. Bowes was responsible for the secondary and conducting the scout team during practices. On game day, he assisted with player substitutions, opponent tendencies and special teams. Bowes also supported the Golden Eagles recruiting efforts evaluating high school prospects in Philadelphia, Washington D.C. and New Jersey. Bowes was a starter in Catholic’s defensive backfield during the 20032005 seasons, and spent the 2006 season as a defensive intern for the Cardinals. Bowes holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from Catholic University and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in mass media and journalism from Clarion.

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SUPPORT STAFF COACHES

Director of Speed, Strength and Conditioning 22nd Season Montana, 1984

Sr. Assoc. Athletic Trainer Head Athletic Trainer, Football Sixth Season William and Mary Mary, 1998

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Head speed, strength and conditioning coach John Sauer is now in his 22nd year as the director at William and Mary. He is responsible for all aspects of strength and conditioning for the Tribe’s 23 varsity sports. Under his guidance, the College has had a football player earn All-America strength honors for the past 20 seasons, including the recent selections of Derek Cox (‘09), Drew Atchison (‘08), Josh Wright (‘07), Adam O’Connor (‘06) and Dominique Thompson (‘05) as All-American Strength and Conditioning Athletes of the Year by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). During the summer of 2005, Sauer was one of seven coaches nationwide recognized as a Master Strength and Conditioning Coach (MSCC). The title of MSCC is the highest honor that can be achieved as a strength and conditioning coach. It represents professionalism, knowledge, experience, expertise, as well as longevity in the field. For these reasons, all applicants must be a full-time collegiate and/or professional strength and conditioning coach for a minimum of 12 years in order to be considered for this distinction. In 1995, Sauer designed the Joseph W. Montgomery Strength Training Center located in the lower level of William and Mary Hall. This 5,500 squarefoot facility was upgraded in the spring of 2006, primarily with new Power Lift and Sorinex equipment. The room now contains 16,000 pounds of free weights, over 7,500 pounds of dumbbells and 6,000 pounds of rubber bumper plates. In addition, it has 18 custom-built Olympic platforms, 18 multipurpose power racks and a fully-equipped plyometric area. Sauer came to William and Mary from Clemson where he was an assistant strength and conditioning coach. At Clemson, he assisted in the development, coordination and implementation of strength and conditioning programs for more than 450 varsity athletes. Before Clemson, Sauer held assistant coaching positions at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City and at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. He earned his bachelor of science degree in health and physical education from the University of Montana in 1984. In 1985, he received his master’s in health and physical education from Delta State University, where he was the head coach of strength and conditioning in charge of all varsity sports. Sauer is also Strength and Conditioning Coach Certified through the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association. Additionally, he is a Master Strength and Conditioning Coach through the CSCCA. He is also certified through the National Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and was recently Certified with Distinction. A member of the U.S.A. Weightlifting Federation, he is certified as a Level I Club Coach & Level II Senior Coach. He is also a Certified Specialist in Speed and Explosion by the National Association of Speed and Explosion. Additionally, he has achieved Level I Coaches certification from the USAT&F. From 1996-98, Sauer was honored as Strength and Conditioning Professional of the Year in the CAA through the NSCA.

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A William and Mary alumnus and former Tribe student athletic trainer, Carter returns to the Tribe sidelines for his sixth year as the Head Football Athletic Trainer, overseeing the sports medicine services for the team. Carter received his B.S. in Kinesiology from the College of William and Mary in 1998. He then attended Illinois State University where he earned his M.S. in Health, Physical Education, and Recreation with an emphasis in Sports Management. Carter joined the Tribe sports medicine staff in 2000. In addition to his clinical responsibilities at the College, Carter is also involved in sports medicine education on many levels. Since 2000, he has been an instructor for the ACES Preparatory Workshop, a course designed to prepare athletic training students to take the national board exam. He developed and continues to coordinate the Sports Medicine rotation for the Riverside Family Medicine Residency Program and has also served as an instructor in the SMART (Sideline Management Assessment Response Techniques) Workshop for physicians. He coordinates the Athletic Training Aide program in which pre-med and pre-physical therapy students work alongside the staff in the clinic and on the field. Carter serves a Clinical Instructor for the Post-Professional Athletic Training Educational program at Old Dominion University, and, each spring, he teaches a course on the evaluation and treatment of the spine. Originally from Fieldale, Va., Carter resides in Williamsburg with his wife, Kristina, who is a physical therapist at the Advanced Specialty Center of Williamsburg Physical Therapy.

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Asst. Equipment Manager 12th Season

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james

KLIMAS

CARTER A true asset to the football program, James Carter is in his 12th year working with the equipment staff. Carter’s main responsibilities include driving the 30-foot, or 26-foot, moving trucks that haul the Tribe’s equipment for all road games. Carter also drives any rental vehicles when the team flies to away games. Carter also takes responsibility for all sideline communications for both home and away contests, including setup and take down of all equipment and monitoring the functionality during the games. Before and after games, Carter is an essential member of the equipment staff, assisting the athletes and coaches with any equipment needs that they may have. The HVAC and Plumbing Supervisor at Kings Dominion in Doswell, Carter volunteers his time to help the Tribe program on Fridays and Saturdays during the season, and whenever else he may be needed throughout the season. Carter and his wife, Wendy, reside in Hanover, Va.

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After serving a season as the senior assistant, Greg Klimas moves into his second year as the squad’s full-time head equipment manager. Klimas played a major role in assisting the relocation of the program’s entire equipment operation from its old home to the state-of-the-art facility in the Laycock Football Center. Before his first full season on campus was completed, Klimas assumed an interim role as the head of his department in February. After successfully working his way through the spring football drills, Klimas was elevated into the full-time role in May of 2008. In his position, Klimas organizes and manages a student work force and is responsible for all inventory and coordination of field use for the football program. He also is responsible for the stewardship of all the team’s various vendor contracts, including the squad’s Nike deal. Klimas has earned degrees from Phoenix College (Arizona) in 2002 and Arizona State University in 2006. Klimas served in the equipment room at Phoenix College as both a student (2001-02) and assistant (2003-05). Klimas later spent two years (2006-07) working with Sunvalco Athletic Supply Company. Klimas is married to the former Samantha Collins and the couple resides in Williamsburg.

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Head Equipment Manager Third Season Phoenix College, 2002

Assistant Equipment Manager Second Season Florida A&M, 2008

dakarai

CALHOUN Dakarai Calhoun enters his second season working with the Tribe football program assisting in the day-to-day operations in the equipment room. His football responsibilities include practice coverage, laundry and game day operations where he helps with locker room set up and sideline operations. Calhoun also assists with maintenance of all equipment. Additionally, he has responsibilities in working with all of the College’s sports housed in Kaplan Arena in keeping an accurate inventory of all equipment. Calhoun is a 2008 graduate of Florida A&M University with a degree in political science and a minor is graphic design. He served a five-year stint as an Assistant Equipment Manager in his time on campus with the Rattlers football program. During his college days Calhoun also completed an internship with the Jacksonville Jaguars during the team’s preseason camp in 2005. Calhoun resides in Williamsburg with his fiancé, Rica Hudson, who is currently pursuing a law degree from William and Mary.

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Former NFL and college coach Bobby Ross was an assistant at W&M from 1967-70, serving on Lou Holtz’s 1970 Southern Conference Championship staff.

Agee, Joe..........................1959-60 Ake, Wally ............................. 1979 Akers, John.......................1976-78 Andrews, Trevor ...............2001Baird, Boyd.......................1953-58 Bass, Marvin.....................1946-50 Belin, Levern ................2001-2003 Belin, Warren ...................1995-96 Beightol, Larry .................1968-71 Boone, Scott ....................2005Bottiglieri, Joe..................1990-95 Brattan, Tom ....................1983-91 Burke, Brian .......................... 1971 Casto, Bill .........................1974-79 Caughron, Harry .................... 1949 Chambers, Bill ..................1957-59 Chandler, Joseph ................... 1933 Clark, Tom ....................2001-2003 Clausen, Chuck .................1969-70 Clements, Johnny .................. 1952 Corley, David ....................2008Counselman, J.S. ..............1920-21 Cox, Derwin......................1985-87 Davis, “Meb” ..................... 1930-32 Defalco, Dante ..................1960-61 Derringe, Ed .....................1958-63 Douglas, Otis ....................1932-38 Dowler, Tommy ................1933-34 Downing, Joe ...................1964-66 Ellis, Charlie........................... 1951 Elmassian, Phil ...................... 1974 Epley, Gene ......................1983-85 56

In his first year as head coach at W&M in 1980, Jimmye Laycock’s coaching staff included assistants Kevin Rogers and Ralph Friedgen. Rogers is currently in his fourth season as the Minnesota Vikings quarterbacks coach, while Friedgen is the head coach at the University of Maryland.

Erdossy, Eric........................... 1962 Faragalli, Mike..................1983-84 Fears, Ivan ........................1977-79 Fela, Jeffery ........................... 1995 Fetzer ...............................1930-32 Flickinger, Joseph .............1937-38 Floyd, Ralph .......................... 1951 Foussekis, George .................. 1971 Freeman, Jackie .................... 1951 Friedgen, Ralph..................... 1980 Gallagher, Dick ...................... 1946 Geedy, Sr., Vernon ............1922-25 Gooch, Bobby ........................ 1920 Goodfellow, Jim ...............1972-73 Harmison, Dick ...................... 1969 Harvey, John ......................... 1964 Hoffman, Walter.................... 1928 Hoitsma, Lou ......................... 1950 Holt, S.B. “Frosty” .................. 1945 Holtz, Lou .........................1961-63 Hooker, Lester ...................... 1951 Huesman, Russ.................1985-97 Janaro, Phil ...........1979-83, 89-90 Jerry, Steven.....................2004-07 Joyner, Bill........................1953-55 Keister, Paul .......................... 1925 Kelchner, Matt..................1984-99 Kellison, John ...................1929-30 Kelly, Sean............................. 1984 Kepa, Zbig........................1984Kirchenheiter, Ralph.........1972-78 Kolakowski, Mike .............1984-88

Konstantinos, John...........1969-71 Knox, Glenn......................1943-44 Lewis, Dick .......................1954-55 Lineburg, Wayne .........2000-2003 London, Mike ...................1991-94 Mahoney, Mike ..................... 1980 Mark, Joe .........................1956-59 Martin, Kenny ....................... 1983 McCaulley, Don ................1981-90 McCleod, Matt ..................2000-06 McCray, “Rube” ................. 1939-43 McLean, Dick ....................1972-73 Mikula, Tom ........... 1949-50, 1952 Miller, Herb ......................1951-55 Monago, Ted ......................... 2000 Morrison, Bob ....................... 1971 Newell, Irwin ........................ 1950 Nielson, Roger..................1962-63 Nilsson, Arthur .................1924-25 Nusz, David ......................1958-61 Peccatiello, Larry ..............1961-68 Pletcher, Jim……. .............. 2004 Power, Thomas .................1946-49 Prater, Jack ............................ 1960 Pucci, Ralph .....................1965-71 Rawlinson, Kenneth .............. 1946 Rein, Bo................................. 1970 Rizzo, Charles ........................ 1980 Roby, Don.........................1964-68 Roe, Jim ................................ 1964 Rogers, Kevin ...................1980-82 Ross, Bobby ......................1967-70

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Alan Williams returned to his alma mater as an assistant in 1996. Williams is entering his seventh season as the defensive backs coach of the 2007 Super Bowl champion Indianapolis Colts.

Schnall, Steve ...................1978-79 Schudel, Paul ...................1972-73 Schwenke, Cliff...................... 1982 Scott, Bill ..........................1931-36 Sherman, Bob ..................1972-79 Shockley, Greg....................... 2004 Shoop, Bob ......................2007Smith, Dan .......................1980-83 Smith, Jim ........................1954-55 Solderitch, Bob ................1996Stewart, Bill .....................1981-83 Stuessy, Dwight ...............1939-44 Tammariello, August ........1962-67 Teefey, Joe............................. 1967 Tepper, Lou.......................1973-77 Thatcher, Chris .................1992-94 Thomas, Alfred .................1947-48 Throckmorton, Tom ..........1998-99 Tipton, Eric .......................1946-57 Todd, John........................1925-27 Vaganek, Brian .................1996-00 Vanderweghe, Alfred .......1947-49 Wallace, Bob ....................1922-25 Werner, Albert “Pop” ........ 1939-42 Willetts, Chris ...................2005-06 Williams, Alan ..................1996-00 Wilson, Barney .................1947-50 Young, Cy .........................1928-30 Zimmerman, Dave ...........1974-76


Robert Livingston

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Quarterback Senior • 6-2 • 220 Earlysville, Va. Albemarle

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ARCHER One of the team’s five captains for 2009 … Enters the fall as the starting quarterback after spending significant time at the position each of the past four springs … Has one career start at the position (vs. Villanova in ‘08), but has started 16 career games at wide out … Was team’s starting wide out during his redshirt freshman and sophomore seasons (and recorded 69 catches for 940 yards, averaging nearly 14 yards a grab) before assuming the reserve QB role as a junior … Outstanding athlete with the ability to be a multiple threat … Good arm strength … Speed and quickness allows him to extend plays and create on the move … Good touch on deep routes … Also handles the holding duties on place kicks … Has all tools to be premier quarterback … 2008: Saw action in all 11 games and earned a start against Villanova for an injured Jake Phillips … Completed 28-of53 attempts for 387 yards on the season while throwing for three touchdowns against only one interception … Totaled 90 yards rushing on 23 attempts for an average of 3.9 yards per carry … Scored a pair of touchdowns on the ground … Completed 21-of-37 passes for 307 yards and a touchdown against Villanova … Also rushed for a pair of scores versus the Wildcats … Was 4-of-7 passing for 49 yards and a touchdown in the season-opener at N.C. State … Also rushed for 26 yards on three carries versus the Wolfpack … Rushed for 43 yards on eight carries in the win against VMI … Threw a touchdown pass at James Madison … 2007: Appeared in 11 games … Ranked second on the team with 39 receptions, gaining 451 yards … A very consistent receiver, recorded three or more catches in nine games … Had a team-high six catches for 74 yards against JMU … Recorded an unassisted tackle and forced a fumble against Towson … Led the team in punt returns with eight, racking up 41 yards … Recorded five catches for 58 yards against Delaware … Had five catches for 47 yards at Virginia Tech …

Tied for ninth in the CAA with an average of 5.1 yards per punt return … Caught his first career TD in fourth quarter against James Madison … Was the team’s holder on placement kicks … 2006: Moved to wide receiver in spring drills after spending his true freshman season as the scout team quarterback … Saw action in all 11 games, starting the final seven … Finished second on the team with 30 receptions for 489 yards … Averaged 44.5 yards receiving per game and 16.3 yards per catch … Recorded at least one catch in all 11 games, including a season-high six grabs for 122 yards in the upset win at Towson … Had three receptions for 25 yards against Maine … Recorded two catches at UMass for 54 yards … Pulled in a season-long 46-yard catch at Liberty … Hauled in five balls for 80 yards at Delaware … Finished the year strong against Richmond with a 15-yard rush and three catches for 43 yards … 2005: Scout team quarterback … Albemarle High School: Three-year starter at quarterback for coach Rick Vrhovac … Named the Commonwealth District Offensive Player of the Year as a senior … Also earned first-team all-district and all-region honors as a senior … Holds Albemarle’s school record for passing yards (4,568), touchdown passes (41), completions and attempts … Passed for 1,975 yards and 16 touchdowns in 10 games as a senior … Named Daily Progress All-Central Virginia quarterback and Albemarle High School Most Valuable Player … Received Commonwealth District Academic Award as a junior and senior … Also lettered in basketball (forward) and baseball (pitcher) … Member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes, SGA and Beta Club … the National Honor Society … Personal: Son of Alan and Diane Archer … Member of FCA at W&M … Enjoys playing golf, basketball and baseball … Majoring in economics with a minor in psychology… Born August 5, 1987 in Charlottesville, Va. Archer’s Career Quarterbacking Stats Year G/S Eff. At-Co-In Pct. Yds TD Lg Av/G Rush Yds Avg. TD Lg Av/G 2008 11/1 129.07 53-28-1 52.8 387 3 51 38.7 10 23 3.9 2 27 9.0 Year 2006 2007 Totals

G/S 11/7 11/9 22/16

Rec 30 39 69

Archer’s Career Receiving Stats Yds Avg. TD Lg Av/G Rush Yds 489 14.6 0 46 44.5 1 15 451 11.6 1 50 41.0 1 -1 940 13.6 1 50 42.7 2 14

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TD 0 0 0

Lg 15 0 15

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CALDWELL

Year 2006 2007 2008 Totals

G/S 11/1 11/11 11/11 33/23

TEAM CAPTAINS

One of the team’s five captains for 2009 … Enters fall having started 23 consecutive games at safety … Dynamic playmaker who has been the team’s top tackler during each of the past two seasons … Has the ability to make a tremendous impact against both the running and passing games … Physical player who is equally dangerous attacking the backfield or out in coverage … Enters the season as a four-year starter who will be one of league’s most experienced players … Will challenge for postseason honors … One of the team’s most gifted athletes … Broke the squad’s position records for both squat (600lbs) and clean (350lbs) … Also has a 35.5 inch vertical … 2008: Led the team with 78 tackles, 43 of which were solo stops … Also recorded a sack, two interceptions, a forced fumble, a recovered fumble and six tackles for a loss … Started all 11 games at strong safety … Posted a season-high 11 tackles and returned an interception 62 yards for a touchdown in the win against Rhode Island … Honored as the W&M QB Club Defensive Player of the Week following the URI game … Also found the end zone on special teams in the win versus Norfolk State, returning a blocked field goal 66 yards for a score … Registered 10 tackles, a forced fumble and a recovered fumble in the victory versus VMI … Tallied consecutive nine-tackle efforts against Northeastern and James Madison … Totaled seven stops and an interception in the season finale versus Richmond … Also registered seven tackles with a tackle for a loss in the season opener at N.C. State and in the win at Delaware … 2007: Started all 11 games … Recorded a team-high 61 unassisted tackles and 107 total tackles … Registered double-digit tackle totals in six games … Tallied 15 tackles with a recovered fumble against VMI … Had 14 tackles against Towson … Served as W&M’s primary kick returner, amassing 486 yards on 20 returns … Had 154 yards on six kick returns against Liberty … Recorded an interception against Liberty … Second on the team in tackles for losses with eight … Ninth in the CAA in tackles,

averaging 9.2 per game … 2006: Played in all 11 games as a true freshman and started the season finale at corner … Collected 37 total tackles on the year with 18 solos and an interception … Also a valuable special teams player … Returned 16 kickoffs for 365 yards, an average of 22.8 yards per attempt which ranked fourth in the A-10 … Registered four tackles, with two unassisted, in his first collegiate game at Maryland … Made five stops with two solos in the win over VMI … Returned two kickoffs for 67 yards, including a season-long 46-yarder at Liberty … Had two unassisted stops at JMU and four kickoff returns for 86 yards … Recorded three solo tackles and four tackles total in the win at Towson … Tallied his first career interception at Delaware with five total tackles … Recorded a season-high 10 tackles, including four unassisted, and returned three kickoffs for 44 yards in the finale against Richmond … The Lawrenceville School: Rushed for 822 yards and nine touchdowns under coach Ken Mills … Named to the Trenton Times’ and the Star-Ledger’s First-Team All-Prep offenses in 2005 … Earned All-Essex County honors as a senior in 2004 at Montclair High for coach Ed Lebida … Rushed for 1,410 yards and 19 touchdowns as a senior at Montclair and participated in the 2005 New Jersey North-South All-Star Classic … Named team’s MVP, offensive player of the year, All-Group 4, all-conference and all-league as a senior at Montclair in 2004 … Also earned all-county, all-league and all-conference honors as a junior in 2003 … Rushed for 2,320 yards and 33 touchdowns in his Montclair career … Holds the school’s single-game rushing record with 389 yards … Earned two letters in basketball at Montclair for coach Major Jennings and also earned a letter in track … Member of the Peer Leader National Program and winner of a community service award … Personal: Son of David and Karen Caldwell … Grandfather, Benjamin Veal, was the first African-American varsity baseball player at Seton Hall … Related to Larry Doby, the first African-American baseball player in the American League … Enjoys fishing, poetry, cooking and hanging out with family and friends … Pursuing a major in history with a minor in business … Born on May 19, 1987 in Montclair, N.J.

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Defensive Back Senior • 5-11• 212 Montclair, N.J. Lawrenceville

Caldwell’s Career Defensive Stats T A Total TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds FF FR/Yds INT/Yds PBU QBH Blk 18 19 37 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0/0 1/4 1 0 0 61 46 107 5.5/16 0.0/0 1 0/0 1/9 2 0 0 43 35 78 6.0/34 1.0/9 1 1/0 2/67 2 0 0 122 100 222 11.5/50 1.0/9 2 1/0 4/80 5 0 0

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Defensive Line Senior • 6-4 • 286 Dumont, N.J. Dumont

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sean

LISSEMORE One of the team’s five captains for 2009 … Talented veteran who brings 21 games of starting experience into the season … Enters the season as one of the CAA’s most underrated defensive lineman … Possesses impressive strength (350lbs power clean, 410lbs bench and approaching a 600 squat) … Explosive player with the potential to be dominant … Extremely tough and consistent … Plays with great motor … Has the potential to compete for national honors … 2008: Earned starts in all 11 games at defensive tackle … Totaled 51 stops and ranked second on the team with 7.5 tackles for a loss and 4.0 sacks … Ranked sixth in the CAA in tackles among defensive linemen with 4.6 stops per game … Honored as the W&M QB Club Defensive Player of the Week twice (Towson/Richmond) and as the Special Teams Player of the Week once (New Hampshire) … Recorded a careerhigh 10 tackles with 1.5 tackles for a loss and a sack in the win at New Hampshire … Matched a career high in tackles at James Madison while also registering a tackle for a loss … Tallied a pair of tackles for a loss and a sack in the victory at Towson … Made eight stops and had a sack in the season finale versus Richmond … Posted a tackle for a loss in the triumph against Northeastern … Earned half sacks in the win against Norfolk State and versus Villanova … 2007: Played through a variety of nagging injuries to start 10 of 11 games at defensive tackle … Had 43 tackles on the season … Intercepted a pass against UMass … Second on the team with two sacks … Registered unassisted sacks against Virginia Tech and Delaware, both for seven-yard losses … Tied for third on the team in tackles for losses with four … Racked up seven tackles against VMI … Had multiple tackles in every

game played, including five tackles against Virginia Tech … Recorded six stops against Hofstra … 2006: Turned in a solid rookie campaign on the defensive line with 33 total tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss and a sack … Tackles ranked third among the team’s defensive linemen … Assisted on four stops against VMI … Recorded a solo tackle and added two assist at Massachusetts … Collected five total tackles, including two solos, in the win at Liberty … Made four assisted stops against Villanova … Helped in the upset win at Towson with a solo quarterback sack and four solo tackles … Tallied four stops, including three unassisted, at Delaware … Continued the strong finish to the year with a season-high seven tackles, including three solos, against Richmond … 2005: Scout team defensive lineman … Dumont High School: Three-year starter for coach Jim Davidson … Saw action at both guard and tackle on offense and defensive end and linebacker on defense … First team all-league as a linebacker in his senior season and All-North Jersey Group 2 … Invited to the Governor’s Bowl and Bergen All-Star game … Helped the team to its best record in 20 years and a berth in state playoffs … Also earned honorable mention all-county honors … Accumulated 120 total tackles (74 solo), nine sacks and one interception in his senior season … Handled kickoff duties … Four-year letterman and an All-League performer in track and field in the 100 and 200 meter … Also competed in the shot put … Three-year letter winner in wrestling, where he was also an all-league performer and state medalist at 215 weight class … Member of Captains for Tomorrows Children and the school’s jazz band … Received 2004 West Point Dwight D. Eisenhower Leadership award … Honor Roll student … Personal: Son of William and Doretta Lissemore … Has one sister, Brittany … Enjoys fishing, boating, lifting weights and auto-mechanics … Majoring in kinesiology … Born September 11, 1987 in Teaneck, N.J. Year 2006 2007 2008 Totals

G/S 10/0 10/10 11/11 31/21

T 13 17 18 48

Lissemore’s Career Defensive Stats A Total TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds FF FR/Yds INT/Yds PBU QBH Blk 20 33 2.5/11 1.0/8 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0 26 43 4.0/18 2.0/14 0 0/0 1/0 0 1 0 33 51 7.5/41 4.0/20 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0 79 127 14.0/70 7.0/42 0 0/0 1/0 0 1 0

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adrian

TRACY

Year 2006 2007 2008 Totals

G/S 11/11 11/11 11/11 33/33

TEAM CAPTAINS

One of team’s five captains for 2009 … Comes into fall as one of nation’s most experienced and explosive defensive ends, with 33 career starts to his credit … Will challenge for Buchanan Award and All-American honors … Returning first-team All-CAA performer who will come into senior season ranked tied for second in the nation in career sacks among active players … Possesses outstanding speed, strength and agility … Expectations will be elevated even greater as he will be counted on for an increased leadership role … 2008: Selected as an honorable mention All-American by the College Sporting News and The Sports Network … Chosen to the All-CAA First Team and named an ECAC All-Star … Led the conference and ranked sixth nationally with 0.91 sacks per game … Also led the league with 1.41 tackles for a loss per game, a figure that ranked 20th nationally … Ranked second in the CAA among defensive linemen with 6.5 tackles per game … Started all 11 games and finished the year with 72 tackles, 15.5 tackles for a loss, 10.0 sacks and one blocked kick … Registered at least a half tackle for a loss in all but one game … Totaled a season-high 13 tackles, 3.0 tackles for a loss and 2.0 sacks in the win at New Hampshire … Recorded 10 tackles and 1.5 sacks in the season finale against Richmond … Posted 11 tackles at James Madison … Tallied 4.0 tackles for a loss, 1.5 sacks and a blocked field goal in the triumph versus Norfolk State en route to being honored as the CAA Defensive Player of the Week … Earned 1.5 sacks in the win at Towson … Registered eight tackles (seven solo) with a sack in the season opener at N.C. State … Had a sack in the win at Delaware and recorded a half sack versus VMI, Villanova and Rhode Island … Selected as the W&M QB Club Defensive Player of the Week following the Norfolk State and New Hampshire games … 2007: Earned starts in all 11 games … Totaled 63 tackles, ranking fifth on the team … Led the squad with three sacks, coming

against Virginia Tech, Maine and Richmond … Also led the team in tackles for losses with 9.5 … Had nine tackles against Villanova … Racked up eight tackles against Hofstra … Had seven tackles against Richmond … Intercepted a pass against UMass … Had three tackles for losses against Virginia Tech … Forced one fumble against Richmond … 2006: Finished second among all A-10 rookies with 70 total tackles and was a two-time rookie of the week selection … Ranked in the league’s top-10 in both tackles for loss (seventh, 15.5) and sacks (sixth, 6.0) … Registered at least an assist on a tackle for loss in nine of 11 games and had multiple total tackles in every game … Tallied five stops, including three solos and an unassisted tackle for a loss, in the opener at Maryland … Earned first rookie of the week award after recording nine total tackles with five solos, 2.5 tackles for loss and 1.5 sacks and a forced fumble in the win over VMI … Followed with a seasonhigh 10 tackles, including two behind the line of scrimmage and a sack against Hofstra … Credited with eight stops an unassisted tackle behind the line of scrimmage at Liberty … Recorded 2.5 tackles for loss at JMU … Named rookie of the week again after tallying 3.0 total sacks, 4.0 total tackles for loss and a forced fumble in the upset win at Towson … Finished the year strong with eight total stops against Richmond … 2005: Scout team … Potomac Falls High School: Earned three varsity letters at a variety of positions, including running back, tight end, linebacker and defensive end for coach Casey Childs … Named first team all-district as a senior and was team’s defensive MVP for three consecutive years … Also a two-year letterwinner in basketball … Named district player of the year in basketball as a senior and holds school’s career records for points (723) and rebounds (507) … Served as senior class vice president and a SCA representative … Personal: Son of Charles and Ann Hill … Enjoys church, family time, golf and tennis … Majoring in Kinesiology … A member of the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, the African American Male Coalition and the FCA leadership … Born April 6, 1987 in Fairfax, Va.

PLAYERS

Defensive Line Senior • 6-4 • 243 Sterling, Va. Potomac Falls

Tracy’s Career Defensive Statistics T A Total TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds FF FR/Yds INT/Yds PBU QBH Blk 28 42 70 15.5/68 6.0/41 2 0/0 0/0 2 0 0 33 30 63 9.5/30 3.0/16 1 0/0 1/2 1 1 0 40 32 72 15.5/64 10.0/56 0 0/0 0/0 1 6 1 101 104 205 40.5/162 19.0/113 3 0/0 1/2 4 7 0

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Tight End Senior • 6-5 • 228 Wilmington, N.C. Hoggard

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rob

VARNO One of team’s five captains for 2009 … Returns after breakout junior campaign that saw him earn all-conference accolades in his first full season as the team’s starting tight end … Excels in working underneath defenses and has excellent hands … After starting his career primarily as receiving threat, he has worked extremely hard to improve size and strength in the run game … Has potential to be one of league’s premier tight ends as a senior … Set the school’s position record for the squat at 520 lbs this offseason … Also broke his personal best in the power clean (318 lbs) … 2008: Selected to the All-CAA Second Team … Honored as the W&M QB Club Offensive Lineman of the Year … Ranked third on the team with 36 receptions and was fourth in receiving yardage with 397 … Recorded three touchdown catches … Totaled six catches for 67 yards in the season finale against Richmond … Recorded six receptions for 58 yards versus Villanova … Registered five grabs for 67 yards and a touchdown in the victory at Towson … Earned W&M QB Club Offensive Player of the Week honors after the effort against the Tigers …

Tallied four catches for 60 yards and a score in the triumph against VMI … Had three receptions for 35 yards and a touchdown in the win at New Hampshire … 2007: Saw action in all 11 games as tight end and special teams performer … Finished the year with 11 catches for 115 yards … Had a career-high 53 receiving yards vs. VMI … Set career-high for catches at Maine with three … 2006: Saw limited game reps as a tight end and was a special teams performer … 2005: Scout team … Hoggard High School: Three-year starter at tight end and defensive end for coach Scot Braswell … Earned all-conference and all-area recognition as a tight end in junior and senior seasons … Selected to North Carolina’s Shine Bowl at tight end as a senior … Contributed 20 receptions for 200 yards and two touchdowns as a senior … Recorded 131 total tackles (71 solo), six sacks and recovered three fumbles … Also earned varsity letters and all-conference and allregion honors in basketball as a power forward … Member of school’s Beta Club and the National Honor Society … Personal: Son of Mark and Patricia Varno … Uncle, Chris Haggerty, played football at Rhode Island … Enjoys watching movies and spending with friends … Majoring in environmental geology … Born October 6, 1986 in Greenfield, Mass. Year 2006 2007 2008 Totals

G/S 11/0 11/0 11/11 33/11

Rec 0 11 36 47

Yds 0 115 397 512

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council … Personal: Son of Paul and Karen Allison … Father played one season of football at Randolph Macon … Enjoys working out, automotive technology and socializing with friends … Majoring in Kinesiology … Born on February 15, 1988 in Falls Church, Va.

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Defensive Back Junior • 6-0 • 198 Gaithersburg, Md. Gaithersburg

sheldon

ALEXANDER

Year 2006 2007 2008 Totals

G/S 9/1 5/0 11/0 25/1

T 2 7 5 14

Alexander’s Career Defensive Stats A Total TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds FF FR/Yds INT/Yds PBU 1 3 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0/0 0/0 0 5 12 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0/0 0/0 0 3 8 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0/0 0/0 0 9 23 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0/0 0/0 0

Offensive Line Junior • 6-2 • 297 Burke, Va. Lake Braddock

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michael

RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES

Enters the season as the team’s top reserve at middle linebacker position … Experienced player who is versatile and consistent … Can play at linebacker or safety … Good tackler who is a hard worker and an intelligent player on the field … Standout special team’s performer … 2008: Played in all 11 games … Registered eight total tackles … Honored as the W&M QB Club Special Teams Player of the Week after totaling a pair of tackles in the win against Towson … Blocked a punt in the fourth quarter versus Villanova … 2007: Split time between travel squad and scout team … Saw action in five games …Member of the CAA Academic All-Conference Team… 2006: Primarily saw time on special teams kick coverage and as a reserve safety … Started the season-opener at Maryland at safety and recorded one unassisted tackle … Totaled three stops on the season … 2005: Scout team defensive back … Woodberry Forrest School: Four-year letterwinning quarterback, wide receiver, free safety and punt returner for coaches Bill Davis and Richard Wright … Named All-Prep League and all-state as a junior and senior … Also won letters in basketball (point guard) and baseball (outfielder) … Member of the National Honor Society and winner of the William and Mary Leadership Award … Personal: Son of Teresa and William Sheldon Alexander, Sr. … Enjoys watching movies and video games … Double Majoring in finance and economics … Born January 11, 1987 in Charlottesville, Va.

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Linebacker Senior • 6-1 • 213 Gordonsville, Va. Woodberry Forest

ALVARADO Comes into the fall as key reserve at free safety … Aggressive, physical player who is a big hitter … Explosive athlete with good ball skills … Coming off a solid first season as a starter … Missed spring practice for personal reasons and will need fall camp to build on experience … Has the tools and potential to emerge as an all-conference caliber player … 2008: Earned nine starts and saw action in all 11 games … Recorded 47 total tackles, 1.5 tackles for a loss, 0.5 sacks and a pair of interceptions … Tallied a career-high 11 tackles at James Madison … Made seven stops and had a key interception in the end zone in the win at New Hampshire … Also intercepted a pass in the victory at Towson … Blocked a field goal attempt versus Villanova… Registered six tackles, including five solo stops, in the triumph against Northeastern … Tallied four tackles, a tackle for a loss and a pass breakup in the season opener at N.C. State … 2007: Saw action in nine games as defensive back and special teams contributor … 2006: Scout team defensive back as a redshirt freshman … Earned the coaching staff ’s scout team defensive player of the week award in week two … Gaithersburg High School: Recorded 70 tackles and four interceptions as a senior to lead team to state playoffs under coach Kreg Kephart … Earned honorable mention status on the Maryland Big School All-State Team … Also a defensive honorable mention selection on Washington Post All-Metro team … First team All-Gazette selection by Montgomery Gazette … All-county selection as a senior … Named team captain and MVP as a senior … Also earned three letters and a basketball captain for coach Kevin Parish … Served as senior class president and was a freshman mentor … Personal: Son of Miguel Alvarado … Enjoys fashion, cars and watching sports … Pursuing a major in business … Born on March 5, 1988 in Oakland, Calif.

Year 2007 2008 Totals

G/S 9/0 11/9 20/9

T 7 24 31

Alvarado’s Career Defensive Stats A Total TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds FF FR/Yds INT/Yds PBU 3 10 1.0/3 0.0/0 0 0/0 0/0 0 23 47 1.5/6 0.5/3 0 0/0 2/4 4 26 57 2.5/9 0.5/3 0 0/0 2/4 4

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ALLISON Enters the season as team’s top reserve erve at lef left guard … Plays with good leverage and is solid in pass protection … Will need to continue taking reps with the offense to compete for playing time … Converted from defensive line last spring … 2008: Saw action in nine games as a reserve offensive lineman and special team’s performer … 2007: Scout team lineman … 2006: Scout team defensive lineman … Lake Braddock Secondary School: Named All-Patriot District at both offensive line and defensive line as a senior for coach Jim Poythress … Four-year letterwinner who was named team’s captain and MVP as a senior … Selected to Washington Examiner second team offense as a senior and was an all-region pick … Named one of state’s top junior high school players in 2004 by the Roanoke Times … Graded out as top lineman and holds region record for career snaps … Finalist in heavyweight class of 2005 Northern Virginia Powerlifting Championship and was the school’s top power lifter … Also a four-year letterwinner and team captain in lacrosse … Lettered one year wrestling in the heavyweight class … Active in student government and leadership

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Wide Receiver R-Freshman • 6-1 • 183 Abingdon, Va. Abingdon

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Wide Receiver Junior • 5-11• 175 Norfolk, Va. Booker T. Washington

tyler

terreon

BAILEY

CONYERS

Enters the season providing depth at the wide out position … Has quick feet and good body control … Displayed the ability to make plays on deep balls during spring drills … 2008: Redshirted as a scout team wide receiver … Abingdon High School: Four-year letterwinner as a wide receiver at Abingdon for Head Coach John Bowles … Earned second-team all-state honors as a senior after claiming honorable mention all-state accolades as a junior … Garnered all-region, all-district and all-Southwest Virginia distinction three-straight years … Totaled 2,728 career receiving yards, the sixth most in Virginia High School League (VHSL) history … His 148 career receptions rank ninth in VHSL history … Both totals established school records … Also set a school record with 90.9 yards receiving per game during his career … Equaled the single-season school record with 54 receptions … Also lettered in basketball, baseball and track … Honorable mention all-district selection in basketball … President of Blue Crew and a member of the National Honor Society and the Future Business Leaders of America … Personal: Son of Skip and Tami Bailey …Grandfather, Dean Bailey, played football, basketball and baseball at East Tennessee State University (1930-34) … Majoring in Kinesiology … Born on February 12, 1990 in Bristol, Tenn.

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Quarterback Junior • 5-11• 185 Mountville, Pa. Hempfield

After seeing limited travel squad action in his first two seasons on campus, worked his way to reserve role last year, eventually earning three starts at the end of the season … Outstanding hands and work ethic … A strong spring showing helped earn him an increased role in the fall … 2008: Played in all 11 games and made three starts late in the season for an injured Elliott Mack … Finished the season with 10 receptions for 119 yards … Recorded three catches for 28 yards in the win at Towson … Hauled in a pair of receptions for 31 yards the following week in the victory against Northeastern … Recorded two grabs for 26 yards at James Madison … Totaled two catches for 22 yards in the triumph versus Rhode Island … 2007: Member of the travel squad as a wide receiver, but saw limited game action … 2006: Scout team receiver … Earned scout team player of the week honors in the week prior to Liberty game … Booker T. Washington High School: Three-year starter and letterwinner for coach Larry Stepney … Two-time all-district and All-Tidewater selection … Received honorable mention all-state honors as a senior after recording a school-record 48 receptions for 1,060 yards and nine touchdowns … Averaged a school-record 26.6 yards per catch … Ended his career with 2,010 yards and 17 touchdowns … Also lettered twice in track … Member of the school’s FBLA club and YOURS mentor group … Personal: Son of Darlene Conyers and Terry Foreman … Member of the African American Male Coalition, Black Student Organization as well as a Youth Mentor at the College… Enjoys basketball, bowling and fishing … Planning to major in economics … Born on May 29, 1987.

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mike

G/S Rec Yds 11/3 10 119

CALLAHAN The team’s most experienced reserve quarterback … Strong and accurate arm … Will compete for the No. 2 job through fall … Outstanding student of the game who has solid working knowledge of Tribe’s complex system … 2008: Member of travel squad who did not see any game action … 2007: Member of travel squad who did not see game action … Was named to the Dean’s List Spring Semester … 2006: Scout team quarterback … Earned scout team player of the week honors prior to Villanova game … Hempfield High School: Two-year letterwinning quarterback for coach Tom Getz … Compiled a 19-4 record as a starter and holds school’s career records for passing yards (4,159) and touchdown passes (44) … Holds the school’s single-season record for passing yards (2,249) and touchdown passes (27) … Named the team’s MVP, first-team all-league and team captain as a senior … Also lettered two years in basketball for coach Warren Goodling … Personal: Son of Mike and Neysa Callahan … Enjoys swimming and watching movies … Plans to major in business finance … Born on April 1, 1988 in Lancaster, Pa.

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COOK Enters the fall as team’s top reserve at one outside linebacker position … Has the speed, strength (340-pound hang clean) and quickness to make an immediate impact … One of the team’s most explosive players … Will also contribute on special teams … 2008: Scout team … Stafford High School: Three-year letterwinner as a running back, defensive back and linebacker at Stafford … Earned First-Team All-Commonwealth District as both a running back and a kick returner as a senior … Also earned all-county honors at the same positions … Ended his senior season with 865 rushing yards and eight touchdowns on 123 carries and contributed an additional 328 yards and three TDs on 19 receptions … Defensively, he collected 72 total tackles as senior including five sacks and one INT … Second-Team All-Commonwealth District selection at both running back and defensive back as a junior … Finished his junior campaign with 563 rushing yards (on 98 attempts), 187 receiving yards (on 15 catches) and seven total TDs (five rushing, two receiving) … Added three interceptions and 63 total tackles as a junior … Three-year letterwinner in basketball (guard) … Personal: Son of Michelle and David Cook … Born on May 5, 1990.

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COTTINGHAM

Year G/S T 2007 9/0 9 2008 10/10 24 Totals 19/10 33

Cottingham’s Career Defensive Stats A Total TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds FF FR/Yds INT/Yds PBU 10 19 0.5/1 0.0/0 0 0/0 2/25 0 12 36 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 1/0 1/6 0 22 55 0.5/1 0.0/0 0 1/0 3/31 0 Wide Receiver Junior • 5-10 • 183 Woodbridge, Va. C.D. Hylton

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marshall

DILL

Coming off a solid spring performance in which he displayed play-making ability … Good hands and athleticism … Has the potential to contribute with continued development … 2008: Missed the season for personal reasons … 2007: Saw limited action as a reserve

Wide Receiver Junior • 6-0 • 185 Clifton, Va. Centreville

RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES

Enters the fall as the team’s starting field corner … One of the team’s steadiest and most consistent players, both in preparation and production … Fundamentally sound with solid technique … Possesses good football instincts and rarely makes mental mistakes … Sure tackler … Maximizes his ability … Worked his way from a walk-on into one of team’s more productive players … 2008: Started 10 games at cornerback … Tallied 36 tackles (24 solo), an interception and a recovered fumble … Recorded an interception and a fumble recovery in the victory against Norfolk State … Posted a season-high seven tackles on two occasions, against Villanova and Rhode Island … Made six stops at James Madison … 2007: Appeared in nine games … Recorded 19 tackles during the year … Had seven tackles against Hofstra … Recorded a pair of interceptions and six tackles in the season finale at Richmond … 2006: Joined the team during the fall as a walk-on and redshirted as a defensive back … Earned scout team defensive player of the week honors after week eight … Edgewood High School: Saw action at corner, wide receiver and running back, earning three letters for coach Fred Myers … Earned first-team all-county honors and was a honorable mention all-state selection … Received the Pro Football Hall of Fame Baltimore Chapter ScholarAthlete Award … Member of the Spanish Honors Society … Personal: Son of Paul and Sheri Cottingham …Attending the College on a William and Mary Scholars Scholarship … A member of Generation Church on Campus … Volunteers with a neighborhood basketball league as well as at a local school in the Williamsburg area … Enjoys driving, cooking and playing FIFA … Pursuing a Religious Studies and Education double major … Born on July 23, 1988 in Fayetteville, N.C.

wide out … Contributed four catches for 28 yards … 2006: Scout team wide receiver … Earned scout team player of the week honors in week prior to Richmond game … C.D. Hylton High School: Three-year letterwinner at wide receiver and defensive back … Twotime All-Cardinal District WR, All-Cardinal District Return Specialist, two-time second-team All-Northwest Region WR, and Honorable mention All-Metro DB by the Washington Post … Two-time all-area selection by Potomac News … Two-time all-extra pick by the Washington Post … Tallied 34 receptions for 749 yards and 11 touchdowns plus three interceptions including one for 64 yard touchdown as a senior … Totaled 72 catches for 1,488 yards averaging 20.8 yards per reception, 18 touchdowns and five interceptions in two seasons under coach Lou Sorrentino, guiding Hylton to back-to-back Northwest Regional Championships … All-District baseball infielder and outfielder … Honor roll student and former Lake Ridge Baptist Church team kid games coach … Personal: Son of Peter and Lynne Dill … Father played one season of football on the Florida State scout team … Enjoys working out, video games and sports collectables … Born on November 27, 1987 in Alexandria, Va.

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Defensive Back Junior • 5-9 • 159 Abingdon, Md. Edgewood

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cameron

DOHSE Enters the fall as a top reserve at wide out … Missed the spring due to a shoulder injury, but is expected to have healthy return this fall … Blends outstanding hands with good body control … Injuries limited opportunities last season, but proved to be extremely reliable playmaker when healthy … 2008: Saw action in seven games and made one start against VMI … Finished the season with a pair of catches for 18 yards … Recorded one catch for 10 yards in the win at New Hampshire … Registered a catch for eight yards in the victory at Towson … 2007: Appeared in all 11 games with nine starts … Was second on the team with 557 receiving yards … Recorded five receiving touchdowns … Caught seven passes for 123 yards and two touchdowns at Maine … Honored as CAA Rookie of the Week on Oct. 15 after his performance against the Black Bears … Caught six passes for 117 yards and a touchdown at Villanova … Had one touchdown reception against Liberty and VMI … 2006: Scout team wide out … Earned Scout Team Player of the Week prior to the Towson game … Centreville High School: Three-time All-Concorde District First Team and twotime second team AP all-state selection for coach Mike Skinner … Named second-team AllMetro by the Washington Post for the second-straight year after hauling in 53 receptions for 825 yards and 13 touchdowns as a senior … Also named Times Community Wide Receiver of the Year as a senior after averaging 15.6 yards per receptions and 82.5 yards receiving per game … Brought in a school-record 96-yard touchdown reception against T.C. Williams as a junior … Finished career with 2,522 yards receiving and 37 touchdown receptions on 124 catches … Holds school single-season records and career records for catches, receiving yards and touchdown receptions … Also was a member of the indoor and outdoor track and field teams for coach Ray Ferri … Served as team captain for football and for both track teams … Member of the National Honor Society … Personal: Son of Jeff and Sally Dohse … Father played tennis and his mother played volleyball at SUNY Potsdam … Enjoys fishing, basketball and music … Majoring in economics … Born on October 14, 1987 in Alexandria, Va.

Year G/S Rec Yds 2007 11/9 31 557 2008 7/0 2 18 Totals 18/9 33 575

Dohse’s Career Offensive Stats Avg. TD Lg Av/G Rush Yds Avg. TD Lg 18.0 5 43 50.6 0 0 0.0 0 0 9.0 0 10 2.6 0 0 0.0 0 0 17.4 5 43 31.9 0 0 0.0 0 0

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Offensive Line Sophomore • 6-3 • 311 Gibbsboro, N.J. Eastern

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Wide Receiver R-Freshman • 5-10 • 162 Springfield, Va. Robert E. Lee

dan

kelly

DONKER

FITZGERALD

A good prospect at tackle who is coming off a solid spring session … Good physical tools … Will need the fall to continue to learn assignments … 2008: Missed the season for personal reasons … 2007: Scout team offensive lineman … Eastern Regional High School: Four-year letterwinner and starter under coach Dan Spittal … Named First-Team All-South Jersey by Philadelphia Inquirer and Courier Post after anchoring an offensive line that helped Eastern post a 6-4 record and win a share of the Burlco/Olympic American title as a senior … Also earned all-conference and All-Group IV honors as a senior … Named to the list of Top 100 Players by the New Jersey Coaches Association … Member of the 2003 state championship team … Holds school records in the bench press and squat … Also earned two letters in wrestling and was named the team’s co-MVP in 2005 and most-improved in 2004 … Served as a FCA leader for three years and participated in the FCA leadership camp … Personal: Son of John and Beverly Donker … Grandfather, Fred Donker, played football at Upsala … Enjoys art and drawing, archery and paintball … Born on December 31, 1988 in Willingboro, N.J.

Wide Receiver Sophomore • 5-10 • 186 Lancaster, Pa. Lancaster Catholic

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Hardworking prospect at receiver … Good athlete with a solid work ethic … Showed the ability this spring to be good downfield blocker … 2008: Redshirted as a scout team wide receiver …Received Freshman Honors for a G.P.A. above 3.5… Robert E. Lee High School: Three-year letterwinner at wide receiver and quarterback at Robert E. Lee for Head Coach Rob Everett … Earned honorable mention all-district honors as a senior … Served as a team captain for two seasons … Set the school record for most completions in school history … Threw for 858 yards and rushed for 875 yards as a senior … Finished his career with more than 1,000 yards passing and 1,000 yards rushing … Also totaled more than 300 yards receiving … Earned a letter in lacrosse as a midfielder and in track as a sprinter … Recognized for earning better than a 3.5 GPA … Member of the National Honor Society, Chamber Orchestra and was an Academic Letterman … Personal: Son of Michael and Susan FitzGerald … Uncle, Charles FitzGerald, played basketball at George Mason (197579) … Pursuing a music and business double major … A member of Ebony Expressions, a gospel choir on campus … Member of “The Guys” band along with teammates Jonathan Grimes, C.J. Thomas and Richard Yount … Has been playing the drums for more than 15 years … Born on January 9, 1990 in Fairfax, Va.

Linebacker R-Freshman • 6-1 • 205 Pennington, N.J. Pennington School

nick

DOWNEY Missed the spring with an injury … Converted to wide out from defensive back last spring … Will look to contribute as a special teams player while continuing to adjust to a new role … 2008: Alternated between the travel squad and the scout team as a wide out … 2007: Scout team defensive back … Lancaster Catholic High School: Earned four letters and was a three-time First-Team All-Lancaster-Lebanon League Section 3 selection at quarterback and defensive back for coach Bruce Harbach … Named the L-L League Section 3 Player of the Year as a senior after leading the team to its second-straight L-L League Section 3 title … Earned AP Second-Team All-State (AA) honors at defensive back … Also gained secondteam all-state honors at DB from EasternPAFootball.com and Pennsylvania Football News … Led the team to a district championship in 2005 … Selected to play in the Pennsylvania East-West All-Star Game … Compiled a 33-3 career record as a starting quarterback … Broke or tied 11 school records as a senior including career passing yards, completions and touchdown passes among others … Completed 93 of 144 attempts for 1,389 yards and 24 touchdowns during his senior season, while rushing for 555 yards and 10 touchdowns … Collected 12 interceptions on defense during his senior campaign as well … Member of the National Honor Society, a student council senator and chairperson for Relay for Life … Personal: Son of Nick and Sharon Downey … Sister, Maura, was an all-region field hockey player at Gettysburg College … Uncle, Bryan Tenney, played baseball at Duke … Enjoys spending time with family and friends … Planning to major in history … Born on March 11, 1989 in Lancaster, Pa.

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FRANCIS Converted from safety to outside linebacker this spring … Has the athletic ability to attack from the edge of the defense … Missed the spring and will need the fall to increase knowledge of new role … Will contribute on special teams … 2008: Redshirted as a scout team defensive back … Pennington School: Three-year letterwinner at running back and strong safety at the Pennington School for Head Coach Jerry Evre … Two-time First-Team All-Jersey and All-Mercer County at strong safety after both junior and senior seasons … A First-Team All-Prep as a senior after earning third-team accolades as a junior … Ended senior season with 92 total tackles, including three quarterback sacks and four passes defended … Also rushed for 461 yards (on 76 attempts) … As a junior, he averaged 9.4 yards per carry while rushing for 550 yards to go along with 10 touchdowns and 250 yards receiving … Finished with 62 tackles in 2006 … Selected as the team’s captain for his senior year … Four-year letterwinner in track and field … A Second-Team All-Mercer choice in track as a senior … Had personal bests in track and field of 10.8 in the 100-meter dash and 21-feet in the long jump … Participated in USATF with the Franklin Track Club and finished eighth in the nation in the 100-meter dash for his age group as a freshman … Personal: Son of Cecile and Paul Francis … Plays the piano … Born on August 9, 1990 in Bridgetown, Barbados.

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FRANCKS

Year 2007 2008 Totals

G/S 11/3 11/5 22/8

T 20 20 40

Francks’ Career Defensive Stats A Total TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds FF FR/Yds INT/Yds PBU 31 51 2.5/9 1.0/6 0 0/0 0/0 1 27 47 2.0/3 0.0/0 0 1/0 1/9 1 58 98 4.5/12 1.0/6 0 1/0 1/9 2 Tight End Sophomore • 6-4 • 240 Delray Beach, Fla. American Heritage School

QBH 1 0 1

RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES

Enters the fall as the team’s starting weakside linebacker … A converted safety who moved down to the linebacker position last fall … Experienced and productive player who maximizes his opportunities … Has good speed and lateral quickness … Sure tackler in the open field … Plays with a downhill style … Hard-working player who is an emerging leader on defense … 2008: Played in all 11 games and earned five starts … Recorded 47 tackles, 2.0 tackles for a loss, an interception and a recovered fumble … Tallied a seasonhigh 10 tackles in the win at New Hampshire … Registered seven stops and a tackle for a loss the following week in the win at Delaware … Totaled six tackles and an interception in the triumph versus Rhode Island … Earned seven tackles in the win at Towson … Posted a tackle for a loss in the victory against Norfolk State … Recovered a fumble in the win versus VMI … Made six stops in the season finale against Richmond … 2007: Appeared in 11 games, earning three starts … Tied for sixth on the team with 51 tackles … Recorded a career-high 12 tackles at Richmond … Had 10 tackles against Hofstra … Registered a sack at VMI … Also had five tackles against the Keydets … 2006: Redshirted as a scout team defensive back … Earned scout team player of the week honors from the coaching staff during the final week of the season … Shawnee High School: Member of two South Jersey Group 4 championship teams under coach Tim Gushue … Named to the AP all-state first-team as a senior after recording 58 total tackles and two interceptions and rushing for 1,055 yards and 17 touchdowns on 190 attempts … Added eight receptions for 90 yards … Four-year letterwinner and a two-time All-South Jersey selection … Earned all-county recognition three years and was a three-time first team all-conference pick … Named Burlington County’s Offensive Player of the Year as a junior by the William Gordon-

George Masters Burlington County Football Club after leading the county with 114 total points on 17 rushing touchdowns and two receiving scores … Rushed for 1,086 yards on 170 attempts as a junior to become just the second Shawnee player to ever rush for 1,000 yards in a season … Also tallied 270 yards receiving on 18 receptions to lead Shawnee to a perfect 12-0 season and its second Group 4 championship in three years … Also earned four letters in basketball and one letter in lacrosse … Personal: Son of Frank and Barbara Francks … Father played football at Albright College and is a member of the school’s Hall of Fame … Brother, Adam, was a member of two Ivy League champion football squads at Penn … Enjoys fishing, golf, boating and the beach … Majoring in economics … Born on May 30, 1988 in Medford, N.J.

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Linebacker Junior • 5-11 • 212 Medford, N.J. Shawnee

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alex

GOTTLIEB Earned playing time as a reserve tight end as true freshman … Brings good size, strength and speed to the position … Projects to have an increased impact on the offense as he continues to gain experience … Should provide the team with an excellent compliment to all-conference TE Rob Varno … 2008: Saw action in nine games … Recorded five catches for 84 yards … Registered a pair of catches for 29 yards at James Madison … Made one grab for 30 yards in the victory at Rhode Island … Recorded a reception for 22 yards in the triumph versus Northeastern … American Heritage School: Three-year letterwinner at quarterback and tight end for American Heritage School … Co-captain of the squad that captured the Florida 1A State Championship … Earned a bid to the prestigious Outback Bowl All-Star Game … Earned honorable mention all-area honors from the Palm Beach Post … Ended the season as the team’s third-leading receiver with 250 yards and one touchdown on 13 receptions … Started his scholastic playing career as a quarterback … Member of the school’s Dean’s List … Lettered in lacrosse and baseball … Personal: Son of Gary Gottlieb and the late Deborah Gottlieb … Born on July 4, 1990.

Year 2008

G/S 9/0

Rec Yds 5 84

Gottlieb’ Career Offensive Stats Gottlieb’s Avg. TD Lg Av/G Rush Yds Avg. TD Lg Av/G 16.8 0 30 9.3 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0

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Running Back Sophomore • 5-10 • 201 Palmyra, N.J. Paul VI

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GRIMES Enters fall as the team’s starting tailback … Coming off one of most decorated freshman campaigns in league history, as he was honored as Offensive Rookie of the Year and earned all-conference status as both a running back (second team) and kick returner (first team) … Complete package, from work ethic through athletic ability … Strong and elusive runner … Tremendous hands … Has the speed to finish plays, both out of the backfield and as a special teams player … Will challenge for national honors as he has potential to be one of league’s top all-around players … 2008: Selected as a College Sporting News Honorable Mention National Rookie of the Year … Chosen as an honorable mention all-America kick returner by The Sports Network … Tabbed as the CAA Offensive Rookie of the Year and the ECAC Rookie of the Year … Fourth Tribe player to earn conference Rookie of the Year honors … Earned first-team all-conference distinction as a kick returner and second-team all-league accolades as a running back … Led the CAA and ranked 12th nationally with 162 all-purpose yards per game, a school record and leading the nation among freshmen … Established a W&M freshman rushing record with 929 yards on 164 carries … Ranked fourth in the CAA with 84.5 yards rushing per game, a figure that ranked third nationally among all freshmen … Scored seven rushing touchdowns … Also hauled in a pair of touchdown receptions to go with 39 catches for 314 yards receiving … Led the conference with 24.5 yards per kickoff return … Honored as The Sports Network Special Teams Player of the Week as well as the CAA Rookie of the Week and Special Teams Player of the Week following the Villanova game in which he piled up 324 all-purpose yards, coming just one yard shy of equaling the school record … Totaled 161 return yards, six catches for 105 yards receiving and 58 rushing yards versus the Wildcats … Highlighting the effort was a 97-yard kickoff return for a touchdown … Totaled 282 all-purpose yards, the fourth most in school history, the following weekend in the win at New Hampshire … Racked up 144 rushing yards with a score, caught eight passes for 47 yards and recorded 91 return yards versus UNH … Selected as the CAA Rookie of the Week after piling up 130 yards rushing on 16 carries in the win against Northeastern … Tabbed as the CAA Rookie of the Week after rushing for 97 yards on just five carries with a pair of touchdowns against VMI … Posted 111 yards rushing with a touchdown in the win versus Rhode Island … Registered 96 yard rushing with a score in the victory at Towson … Also had five catches for 23 yards versus the Tigers … Tallied 92 yards rushing with a touchdown in the victory at Delaware … Rushed for 71 yards on nine carries with a touchdown in the win against Norfolk State … Also hauled in a 20-yard touchdown reception versus the Spartans … Had a 16-yard touchdown grab at James Madison … Paul VI: Four-year letterman at tailback and defensive back at Paul VI for Head Coach John Doughtery … Named to the All-State squad as a running back and was also honored as the All-South Jersey Running Back of the Year … First-Team All-Patriot Conference and AllParochial League running back … Ran for a single-season school record 1,925 yards and

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33 touchdowns as a senior … Named to the All-South Jersey squad by the Philadelphia Inquirer … Brooks Irvine Scholar-Athlete … Maxwell Club Mini-Max Scholar-Athlete honoree … Three-year letterwinner as a forward in basketball … Four-year letterwinner in track as a triple-jumper and high-hurdler … Also an accomplished pianist … Member of the National Honor Society … Personal: Son of Nancy and Gregory Grimes … A member of the Ebony Expressions Gospel Choir along with the sexual assault prevention group 1 in 4 … Member of “The Guys” band along with teammates Kelly FitzGerald, C.J. Thomas and Richard Yount … Born on December 21, 1989 in Willingboro, N.J.

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Grimes’ Career Offensive Stats G/S Att Yds Avg. TD Lg Av/G Rec Yds Avg. TD Lg Av/G 11/8 164 929 5.7 7 67 84.5 39 314 8.1 2 51 28.5 Offensive Line R-Freshman • 6-5 • 300 Mount Pleasant, Pa. Mount Pleasant

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robert

GUMBITA Enters the fall looking to add depth at either the center or tackle position … Missed the spring with injury … Has a good frame and footwork … Will need the fall to continue to develop in the offense … 2008: Redshirted as a scout team offensive lineman … Mount Pleasant High School: Two-year letterwinner at defensive end, tackle and offensive tackle at Mount Pleasant for Head Coach Mark Lyons … Captain his senior season … Selected to participate in the Pennsylvania Big 33 football game … First-team All-Keystone Conference offensive tackle in 2006 and 2007 … Named to second-team AAA all-state squad as a senior after earning third-team honors as a junior … Named squad’s outstanding lineman after both junior and senior seasons … Named team MVP as a senior … Rated a two-star recruit by both Scout.com and Rivals.com … Started the final 22 games of his scholastic career … A member of SADD (students against destructive decisions) and Quiz Bowl … Personal: Son of Dawn and Robert Gumbita, Sr. … Father played football at California University of Pennsylvania … Born on May 5, 1990 in Pittsburgh, Pa. Defensive Line Senior • 6-3 • 237 Germantown, Md. Northwest

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c.j.

HERBERT Enters the fall as one of the most experienced defensive players in the CAA, having started 32 career games … Missed the final game of the ‘08 season with an injury, but made a healthy return this spring … Very consistent in terms of alignments and assignments … One of the team’s most respected players who will be continue to serve as a leader … Teams with Adrian Tracy to give the Tribe one of the nation’s most experienced and effective end combinations … Made significant strides in size and speed last season … Possesses a great work ethic and will be a serious contender for all-conference honors … 2008: Started 10 games for the Tribe at defensive end before missing the season-finale versus Richmond with an injury … Finished the year with 23 tackles, 5.5 tackles for a loss, 2.0 sacks and a forced fumble … Registered a season-high four tackles and 1.5 tackles for a loss in the season opener at N.C. State … Honored as the W&M QB Club Defensive Player of the Week

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Wide Receiver Junior • 6-2 • 195 Virginia Beach, Va. Princess Anne

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chase

HILL Enters the fall as one of team’s starting wide outs … Made his break-out debut as the team’s primary slot-receiver last fall … Expanded his role this spring and could see more action out wide … Blends a long frame with outstanding hands, strength and toughness … Dramatically improved his strength in his time on campus and currently is among team’s strongest wide outs (300lbs clean, 450lbs squat and 375lbs bench) … Sure hands have made him

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Year 2006 2007 2008 Totals

Herbert’s Career Defensive Stats Total TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds FF FR/Yds INT/Yds PBU 30 1.0/8 1.0/8 0 0/0 0 0 44 2.5/5 0.0/0 0 0/0 0 2 23 5.5/24 2.0/14 1 0/0 0 1 97 9.0/37 3.0/22 1 0/0 0 3

one of team’s most consistent performers … Deceptive speed in the open field … 2008: Played in 10 games and earned eight starts … Finished the year with 39 receptions for 438 yards … Ranked tied for fourth in the CAA with seven touchdown catches … Ranked 10th in the conference with 3.9 receptions per game … Hauled in at least four receptions in six contests … Registered seven catches for 105 yards and a touchdown (44-yd catch) in the win at Delaware … Totaled five grabs for 60 yards with a pair of touchdowns in the victory at New Hampshire … Also recorded two touchdown receptions at James Madison … Notched five catches for 67 yards in the season finale versus Richmond … Tallied five receptions for 55 yards in the triumph against Rhode Island … Had four receptions for 45 yards in the season opener at N.C. State … Also registered four catches for 37 yards against Villanova … Recorded touchdown receptions in the win at Towson and in the triumph versus Towson … Honored as the W&M QB Club Offensive Player of the Week twice (N.C. State and Richmond) … 2007: Travel squad wide out … 2006: Scout team quarterback … Earned Scout Team Player of the Week in the first week of the season … Princess Anne High School: Two-year varsity letter winner for coaches Jimmy DiNardo and Curt Brown … Earned second-team All-Beach District honors as a senior while serving as team captain … Completed 55 percent of his passes in throwing for 1,285 yards and 10 touchdowns … Also rushed for 501 yards and six touchdowns in just eight games … Named team’s MVP in both his junior and senior seasons … Earned the coaches award of excellence … Nominated for the 2005 Wendy’s High School Heisman … Passed for 773 yards and six touchdowns in eight games as a junior and rushed for 420 yards and six more scores … Named Princess Anne’s fall male student-athlete of the year as a senior … Member of the SCA executive council and editor of school yearbook for three years … Member of the National Honor Society and Latin Honor Society … Served as the president of the Latin Club … Honor roll student and a member of principal’s list … Personal: Son of Jeff and Veronica Hill … Enjoys surfing, fishing and wood working … Double majoring in process management and consulting, along with physics … Sister Chelsea is a freshman on the VCU field hockey team … Born on January 2, 1988 in San Diego, Calif.

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following the NCSU game … Recorded a sack and a forced fumble in the victory against Norfolk State … Also tallied a sack in the win at Delaware … Posted tackles for a loss in the wins versus Rhode Island and Northeastern … 2007: A key component on the defensive line, starting all 11 games … Eighth on the team with 44 tackles … His 44 tackles were second among defensive linemen … Recorded nine tackles against Hofstra … Had five tackles in the opening game against Delaware … Amassed six tackles against UMass … Had 2.5 tackles for a loss, including one unassisted for a loss of three yards at Villanova … 2006: One of the team’s most consistent defensive lineman, starting all 11 games at tackle … Collected 30 tackles in his first collegiate season with one solo sack and two blocked kick attempts … Named the special team’s player of the week after blocking a PAT attempt in the 14-13 win at Liberty … Recorded three assisted tackles against Maine … Registered a sack and blocked a fourth-quarter field goal against Hofstra … Tallied a season-high six tackles at UMass … Also assisted on four stops in the win at Liberty … Made a solo stop and assisted on another in the upset win at Towson … Had three stops in the finale against Richmond … 2005: Scout team defensive tackle … Northwest High School: Team captain of Coach Randy Trivers��� squad that went 13-1 and won the Maryland 3A State Championship, as well as the West Region Title … Named to the Montgomery County’s Coaches Association First Team as a defensive lineman … Also a first-team selection by the Montgomery Gazette … Ended a productive senior year with 58 tackles, 11 TFLs including three sacks, four forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries, four pass breakups and one TD … Also earned two letters in basketball and indoor and outdoor track and field … Personal: Son of Kimberly and Cortenous Herbert, Sr. … Enjoys movies, working out and spending time with family … Majoring in business … Born November 26, 1987 in Germantown, Md.

Hill’s Career Offensive Stats G/S Rec Yds Avg. TD Lg Av/G Rush Yds Avg. TD Lg Av/G 10/8 39 438 11.2 7 44 43.8 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 Offensive Line Junior • 6-4 • 312 Hamilton Square, N.J. Lawrenceville School

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HILL, JR. Returning starter at right tackle … Missed spring due to a shoulder injury, but is expected to make healthy return this fall … Good size and strength … 2008: Started 10 games at right tackle … 2007: Spent the majority of the season between the travel squad and the scout team … Earned his first career start at right tackle in season finale versus Richmond … 2006: Scout team offensive lineman … Earned Scout Team Player of the Week honors in the week leading up to the Hofstra game … The Lawrenceville School: Four-year letterwinning lineman for coach Ken Mills … Two-time first-team all-state New Jersey Prep selection … Also earned first-team all-area and All-Mid Atlantic Prep League honors in both his junior and senior seasons … Voted team captain as a senior in 2005 and was invited to the NJ/NY Governor’s Bowl … Nominated for the 2004 “Unsung Hero” award by the Mercer County Touchdown Club … Recipient of the 2005 national Black Lion Award … Recorded 28 pancake blocks as a senior … Two-year letterwinner in track … Earned a spot on 2005 Dean’s List … Active in community service projects and a member of St. Gregory the Great’s youth group … Personal: Son of Keith and Carla Hill … Enjoys cards, paint ball, chess, billiards, import racing, muscle cars and hot rods … Majoring in kinesiology … Born on November 23, 1987 in Trenton, N.J.

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Tight End Junior • 6-3 • 236 Hanover, Pa. Delone Catholic

gareth

HISSONG Enters the fall as a valuable reserve at tight end … Good hands and has the ability to find seams in passing game … Extremely coachable … Good size and strength … Will find a way to contribute … 2008: Saw action in all 11 games as a reserve tight end … 2007: Spent time as member of travel squad and saw limited game action on special teams … member of the Dean’s List … 2006: Redshirted as a scout team defensive lineman … Earned scout team defensive player of the week honors in week four … Delone Catholic: Three-year letterwinner as an offensive and defensive lineman for coach Dennis Frew … Earned all-district honors as both an offensive and defensive lineman in his senior season … Posted 45 tackles, including 31 solo hits, to go along with five sacks, two pass deflections and a fumble recovery his senior season … Named team captain as a senior … Listed as a Top-50 recruit in Pennsylvania by Rivals.com … Played two years of basketball and one year of baseball, before concentrating on football only for his junior and senior seasons … Member of the National Honor Society … Rotary Club Student-Athlete of the Year … Named student-athlete of the month by the Rotary and Elks’ clubs … Honor roll student … Served as peer minister and Eucharistic minister … Member of the school’s Student Using Ethics Committee … Personal: Son of Greg Hissong and Trish Howser … Uncle, Chris Donahue, played football at West Point (1988-91) … Grandfather, Tom Donahue, played football at Wake Forest (1949-52) and professionally for the Chicago Cardinals (1953-55) and Philadelphia Eagles (1956) … Cousin, Mike Reid, played football at Penn State (196669) and professionally for the Cincinnati Bengals (1970-75) … Cousin, William Reid, graduated from W&M in 1992 … Enjoys snowboarding and kayaking … Majoring in finance … Born on October 31, 1987 in Chambersburg, Pa. Fullback Junior • 5-11 • 218 Cincinnati, Ohio St. Xavier

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game … St. Xavier High School: Two-year varsity performer for coach Steve Specht … Earned all-city, All-Greater Catholic League and second-team all-district honors … Rushed for 354 yards and a pair of touchdowns as a senior … Named the team’s most improved player as a junior … An honors student all four years … Personal: Son of Mary and Anthony Hobson … Cousin, Sarah Catlin, played field hockey at Bucknell … Cousin, Tyler Garratt, played basketball at UC San Diego … Enjoys piano, fishing, hunting, golf, tennis and basketball … Majoring in history … Born on January 30, 1988 in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Year G/S Att Yds 2007 10/0 2 8 2008 11/1 0 0 Totals 21/1 2 8

Wide Receiver Sophomore • 6-3 • 200 Bedford, Va. Jefferson Forrest

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HONBARRIER Worked primarily as a slot receiver/h-back this spring … Displayed toughness and the ability to make plays … Improved his downfield blocking … Came to the program as a quarterback, but converted to WR last fall … Will challenge for game reps with continued improvement … 2008: Scout team wide receiver … 2007: Redshirted as scout team quarterback … Jefferson Forest High School: A three-year letterman for head coach Don Rice … Named team MVP and garnered all-conference accolades during his senior season as the starting quarterback … A team captain during his senior campaign … Named to the All-Timesland squad … As a junior, completed 65 percent of his passes for 1,100 yards and 10 touchdowns … During his senior season, had a completion percentage of 65 percent to go along with 1,200 yards and 12 touchdowns … A student body officer in the Student Council … Also the president of DECA in high school … Personal: Son of Don and Laurie Honbarrier … Pursuing a finance major with a concentration in accounting and kinesiology … Member of the Finance Academy at the College … Born on November 11, 1988.

Defensive Line Sophomore • 6-3 • 242 Manassas, Va. Osbourn

HOBSON Enters the season as the team’s top pure fullback … Physical player with outstanding toughness … Developing into a versatile player who can also spot at tailback … Good hands … Maximizes his abilities … Improved his strength numbers considerably in off-season (490lbs squat, 315lbs bench) … 2008: Played in all 11 games and earned a start … Finished the year with a pair of catches for four yards and a touchdown … Recorded a 3-yard touchdown reception in the win against Northeastern … Also tallied a catch in the triumph at New Hampshire … 2007: Member of the travel squad but saw limited game action … 2006: Scout team … Earned Scout Team Player of the Week honors in the week leading up to the VMI

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jimmy

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Hobson’s Career Offensive Stats Avg. TD Lg Av/G Rec Yds 4.0 0 4 0.8 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 2 4 4.0 0 4 0.4 2 4

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marcus

HYDE

Made the successful transition from linebacker to defensive end last fall and made an immediate impact before a hip injury ended his season … Made a healthy return to action this spring and will challenge for playing time as a reserve DE … Explosive athlete who has the potential to be a consistent threat from edge … Tough physical player with good strength … 2008: Appeared in the first six games at defensive end before suffering a season-ending injury … Recorded 11 tackles, 2.5 tackles for a loss and 2.0 sacks … Tallied a pair of tackles and a sack against Villanova … Also posted a pair of tackles with a sack in the win at Delaware … Registered two tackles with 0.5 tackles for a loss in the win at New Hampshire … Earned a season-high three stops in the victory against VMI … 2007: Scout team linebacker … Osbourn Senior High School: Named the AAA State Defensive Player of the Year

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Defensive Back Senior • 6-1 • 187 Richmond, Va. St. Christopher’s

Hyde’s Career Defensive Stats A Total TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds FF FR/Yds INT/Yds PBU QBH Blk 4 11 2.5/15 2.0/15 0 0/0 0/0 0 1 0

Defensive Line Junior • 6-4 • 275 Dunwoody, Ga. Dunwoody

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bryan

JEAN-PIERRE Impressive spring brings him into the fall as key reserve at defensive tackle … Tremendous athletic potential … One of the team’s most explosive interior lineman (32 inch vertical) … Has shown consistent gains in the weight room in time on campus (570lb squat, 355lbs clean, 370lbs bench) … Will improve as he gains experience … 2008: Missed season for personal reasons … 2007: Saw limited action in nine games as a defensive tackle … Contributed eight tackles, including one sack and a .5 TFL … 2006: Scout team defensive lineman … Dunwoody High School: Three-year starter and letterman on the defensive line for coach James Teeter … Recorded 44 solo stops and had 23 assisted tackles for a total of 67 his senior season … Also contributed four sacks, six TFLs and caused and recovered a fumble … Lettered in track and field as a thrower … Member of the National Honor Society … Played the cello in the school orchestra … Won three high school weight lifting competitions … Personal: Son of Ernest Jean-Pierre and Theresa Jean-Pierre … A volunteer with Dream Catchers on camps along with being a youth volunteer … Planning to major in economics … Enjoys lifting weights, swimming, orchestra and fishing … Born on June 22, 1988 in Boyton Beach, Fla. Defensive Line R-Freshman • 6-3 • 229 Virginia Beach, Va. Tallwood

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chris

JOHNSON Young defensive end with a good frame and work ethic … Had a solid spring developing his technique and alignments … 2008: Redshirted as a scout team defensive end … Tallwood High School: Three-year letterwinner at defensive end, tight end and offensive tackle at Tallwood for Head Coach Thad Harold … Earned First-Team All-Beach and honorable mention All-Tidewater honors as a senior … Named both team captain and team MVP for a senior season which saw him record 14 sacks and an amazing 63 TFLs … Also recorded 12 forced fumbles and 17 QB hurries … Ended his career with 169 total tackles … Sec-

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ond-Team All-Beach as a junior and an honorable mention All-Beach District performer as a sophomore … Male Athlete of the Year at Tallwood in 2008 … Three-year letterwinner in track and field as both a shot-putter and a sprint hurdler … Won a district championship in his lone year of wrestling in 2004 …Voted King of Tallwood’s Homecoming Court … Also was a mentor and tutor … Personal: Son of Kristen Johnson and Melvin Reese … Pursuing a business management major … A member of FCA and the Phi Beta Sigma fraternity … Born on July 15, 1989 in Temple Hills, Md.

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by the Virginia High School League Coaches Association as a senior after leading Osbourn to a perfect 14-0 record and the AAA State Championship … Tallied 181 tackles, 10 sacks, eight forced fumbles and two blocked punts to also earn first-team all-state honors under head coach Steve Schultz … Named a Second-Team All-Met selection by the Washington Post and the Northwest Region Defensive Player of the Year … Recorded three quarterback sacks and forced two fumbles that led to touchdowns in the state championship game … Collected 149 tackles as a junior and 67 as a sophomore … Also lettered three years in track and field and earned two letters in lacrosse … Personal: Son of Gary D. Hyde, Jr. and Vivien Hyde … Enjoys training and working with computers … Majoring in kinesiology … Born on October 24, 1988 in Cape Coral, Fla.

fred

JOHNSON Enters the fall as one of team’s most experienced reserves with 30 games of playing experience … Will compete for reps at cornerback … Has consistently improved during his career … Recovering from a toe injury but is expected to make healthy return this fall … Provides depth at cornerback and will also be a key player on special teams … Consistent in both effort and performance … 2008: Appeared in eight contests and made one start at cornerback … Finished the year with 23 tackles and an interception … Came up huge in the win at New Hampshire, totaling a career-high 10 tackles and an interception … Honored as the W&M QB Club Special Teams Player of the Week after registering three tackles in the win against VMI … Also made three stops in the win against Norfolk State … 2007: Saw action in all 11 games, contributing 12 total tackles … Saw limited game reps at cornerback … 2006: Played in all 11 games as one of the team’s top special teams kick coverage contributors … Recorded 10 total tackles on the season and was named the special team’s player of the week after tallying five stops against Delaware … Assisted on a tackle against VMI … Registered a pair of stops at Massachusetts … Finished with three solo tackles and a pair of assists against the Blue Hens … Collected one unassisted tackle against Richmond … 2005: Scout team defensive back … St. Christopher’s School: Three-year starter at QB for coach Paul Padalino and also started at defensive back in 2004 … Helped the Saints earn their first Prep League Championship since 1991 … Named a Second Team All-Metro Defensive Back by the Richmond Times-Dispatch … First Team All-State Division 3 VISFA Quarterback … All-Virginia Prep League Quarterback and Defensive Back … Ended his senior season with 802 total yards (430 rushing, 372 passing) and 16 touchdowns (nine rushing, four passing, two interception returns, one punt return) … Contributed 46 tackles, 11 pass breakups, four INTs, one fumble forced and recovered … Accumulated 1,209 total yards (676 passing, 533 rushing) and 12 TDs (nine rushing, three passing) in just 10 games … Also lettered in basketball and track … Member of the school’s French club … Personal: Son of Sherry and Fred Johnson, Sr. … Enjoys playing video games … Majoring in kinesiology … Born June 16, 1987 in Richmond, Va.

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G/S 11/0 11/0 8/1 30/1

T 4 7 8 19

Johnson’s Career Defensive Stats A Total TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds FF FR/Yds INT/Yds PBU 6 10 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0/0 0/0 0 5 12 1.0/35 0.0/0 0 0/0 0/0 0 15 23 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0/0 1/0 3 26 45 1.0/35 0.0/0 0 0/0 1/0 3

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Kicker/Punter R-Freshman • 6-0 • 176 Bedford, Ind. Bedford North Lawrence

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Tight End R-Freshman • 6-4 • 246 Glenmoore, Pa. Downingtown West

blake

nolan

JONES

KEARNEY

Reserve place-kicker … Will look to continue to develop in fall … 2008: Redshirted as scout team kicker … Bedford North Lawrence High School: A four-year letterwinner as a defensive back, wide receiver and kicker at Bedford North Lawrence for Head Coach Brett Szabo … Named all-area during all four seasons and was a two-time all-conference honoree … Was 5A IFCA All-State as a kicker in 2007 … Garnered academic all-state honors as well … Finished his career with a number of school records, including most points in a career, longest field goal, highest percentage of touchbacks and most touchbacks in a season … A three-year letterwinner in soccer as well … Earned all-conference honors and was named to the state’s top 60 as a junior … Second leading goal scorer in school history, while holding the program marks for most assists in a season and a career as well, as most goals in a game … Earned top awards in several subjects in high school … A member of the National Honor Society and class treasurer for three years … Personal: Son of Marc and Julie Jones … Sister, Nicole (cross country), and brother, Julian (football and soccer), compete in athletics at DePauw University, while his father participated in track, boxing and cross country, at West Point … Younger sister Justine a freshman on the Indiana University swim team … Born on August 26, 1989 in Albany, N.Y.

Running Back R-Freshman • 5-9 • 200 Hampton, Va. Tabb

Transitioned to tight end after spending spring as quarterback … Brings good size and athleticism … Showed flashes of great physical potential in the spring … Will need the fall to learn new position … 2008: Redshirted as the scout team quarterback … Downingtown West High School: Three-year starter at quarterback at Downingtown West for Head Coach Michael Milano … A three-time all-league and all-area selection … Garnered all-state accolades as a senior … Led his team to a 10-2 record and the third round of the state playoffs in 2007 … Completed 145-of-238 passes for 21 touchdowns (with just three interceptions) as a senior … Also contributed 555 yards and nine touchdowns rushing … Threw for 1,500 yards and 14 TDs as a junior, completing 99 passes in 148 attempts and ran for an additional 447 yards … Passed for 1,305 yards while running for 355 yards during his sophomore season … Set every passing record at Downingtown West …Also a starter on Downingtown West’s baseball and basketball teams … Averaged 10 points per game in basketball as a senior … An honor roll student in high school … Personal: Son of Robin and Thomas Kearney … Father played center and nose tackle at Pennsylvania, while his uncle, Kevin Nolan, played guard at North Carolina … Born on December 8, 1989 in Chester County, Pa.

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Offensive Line R-Freshman • 6-5 • 293 Midlothian, Va. Midlothian

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ryan

meltoya

KEARNS

JONES Coming off a solid showing in the spring as a reserve at tailback … Soft hands and good footwork out of the backfield … Displayed flashes of power and explosiveness … Will challenge for special teams reps as he continues to develop in the fall … 2008: Redshirted as the scout team running back … Tabb High School: A two-year letterwinner at running back for Tabb … An honorable mention all-district choice as a senior … Named Region I Player of the Week during the 2007 season … Rushed for 1,018 yards as a senior and averaged 8.6 yards per carry … Had 13 rushing touchdowns and one receiving TD … Defensively, finished with 30 tackles and four sacks … Also lettered in basketball and track at Tabb … Earned the Coaches Award in track in 2007 … A member of the National Honor Society, Boys State and the U.S. Achievement Academy … Personal: Son of DeWayne and Pamela Richard … Father was a four-year starter in basketball at Xavier University of Louisiana … Majoring in Physics … Born on April 2, 1990 in San Antonio, Texas.

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An aggressive young lineman who adds depth at guard … Will look to continue his development in fall … 2008: Redshirted as a scout team offensive lineman … Midlothian: A three-year letterwinner at offensive and defensive tackle at Midlothian for Head Coach Dave Cooper … Earned First-Team All-Dominion District honors a s a senior and was an honorable mention all-region and all-metro choice … A six-time Scholar-Athlete … Also lettered in basketball and outdoor track and field in high school … A member of the Latin Club … Personal: Son of Stan and Joanne Kearns … Father played football at East Carolina (1978-82) … Cousin, Kevin Schmidt, currently plays on the basketball team at UCLA … Enjoys fishing, golf and lifting weights … Born on July 28, 1989 in Fairfax County, Va.

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KROEGER

Defensive Back Senior • 6-3 • 203 Hendersonville, N.C. The Hun School

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robert

LIVINGSTON One of the team’s most mature and intelligent players who enters fall as the starting free safety … Slowed by an injury in ‘08, but made a healthy return this spring … A leader in the defensive backfield … Possesses great understanding of the team’s system … One of the team’s most consistent players, both in preparation and production … 2008: Missed the opening two games due to injury but played in the final nine contests with two starts at free safety … Finished the season with 26 tackles and an interception … Totaled a season-high six tackles (five solo) in the win at Delaware … Registered five stops in the victories against New Hampshire and Rhode Island … Intercepted a pass in his season debut against Norfolk State … Tallied three tackles and a pass breakup at James Madison … 2007: Started all 11 games at free safety … Third on the team in tackles with 76 … Opened up the ‘07 season with 10 stops against Delaware … Amassed nine tackles on three occasions, against VMI, Towson and Richmond … Had four unassisted tackles against Maine … Registered two tackles for losses … Western Michigan: Reserve defensive back in 2006 after redshirting in 2005 … Prep: Played one season at The Hun School in 2004 and compiled 62 tackles and six interceptions … One of 11 athletes from his prep squad to become Division I-A scholarship players … Prior to prep school, lettered four years and was a three-year starter at quarterback and defensive back at Henderson High School … Registered 106 tackles and five interceptions as a senior in 2003 … Passed for a school-record 1,860 yards and 18 touchdowns as a senior … Earned 11 varsity letters (basketball, track) and was twice named the school’s Most Valuable Athlete … Helped the track team to Single A state cham-

Livingston’s Career Defensive Stats Year G/S T A Total TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds FF FR/Yds INT/Yds PBU 2007 11/11 42 34 76 1.0/2 0.0/0 0 0/0 0/0 6 2008 9/2 17 9 26 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0/0 1/0 1 Totals 20/13 59 43 102 1.0/2 0.0/0 0 0/0 1/0 7

Quarterback Sophomore • 6-1 • 194 Chantilly, Va. Paul VI

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Will look to add depth as punter … Great work ethic … 2008: Redshirted as scout team punter … New Providence: A three-year letterwinner as a punter and kicker at New Providence for Head Coach Frank Bottone … Earned all-conference honors as a punter three times … Garnered second-team all-area distinction as a punter in 2008 after averaging 40 yards per punt … Selected as an all-conference kicker in ‘08 … Also lettered in baseball and track, earning all-conference honors in both sports … Member of the National Honor Society … Personal: Son of John and Maureen Kroeger … Father played football at William and Mary (1974-76) … Born on February 20, 1990 in Summit, N.J.

pionship … Personal: Son of Rutledge and Beth Livingston … Father played football at Clemson … Majoring in kinesiology … Born on Nov. 29, 1985 in Hendersonville, N.C.

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Punter R-Freshman • 6-2 • 160 New Providence, N.J. New Providence

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MANGAS Impressive athlete who will continue to challenge for reps as reserve quarterback in the fall … Came to campus as a quarterback, but spent last fall at wide out … Has the ability to use speed and quickness to make plays … Needs to continue to gain experience in the offense … 2008: Member of the travel squad who saw limited reps at wide out … 2007: Redshirted as scout team quarterback/athlete … Paul VI Catholic High School: Three-year letterwinner and two-time First-Team All-Washington Catholic Athletic Conference quarterback for coach Pat McGroarty … Passed for 2,007 yards and 21 touchdowns, completing 143 of 270 attempts as a senior … Finished career with 4,176 yards and 36 touchdowns, having completed 298 of 595 career attempts … Two-time honorable mention All-Met selection by the Washington Post … Also lettered two years in basketball and one year in track … Member of the FCA and a student ambassador … Served as a United States Senate page in the summer of 2005 … Personal: Son of Robert and Patricia Mangas … Father played football at Kentucky (1978-82) … Enjoys basketball and golf and is a general sports enthusiast … Majoring in mathematics … Born on February 22, 1989 in Arlington, Va. Offensive Line Sophomore • 6-4 • 285 Gainesville, Va. Woodberry Forest

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MARCEY Returns as the squad’s starting left tackle … Started every game at the position as redshirt freshman in 2008 … Will look to build on his solid debut performance … Blends outstanding footwork and technique with an aggressive style … Has the ability to challenge for postseason honors with continued improvements in size and strength … 2008: Started all 11 games at left tackle … 2007: Scout team offensive lineman … Woodberry Forest School: First-Team All-State (VISFA) on defensive line as a senior under head coach Clint Alexander … Two-time First-Team All-Prep League selection and an All-Central Virginia selection by the Daily Progress … Earned second-team all-state honors on the offensive line in ‘05 … One of the state’s top independent school wrestlers as a two-time VISFA heavyweight state champion and 2006 Beast of the East champion … 2007 national prep wrestling champion … Posted a career wrestling record of 121-11 … Personal: Son Jeff and Karen Marcey … Brother, Jeff, Jr., played offensive tackle at VMI … Enjoys fishing, hunting and dancing … Majoring in economics … Born on October 27, 1988 in Fairfax, Va.

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Running Back Junior • 5-9 • 182 Chesapeake, Va. Western Branch

courtland

MARRINER Enters the fall looking to push for playing time at tailback … One of team’s most explosive athletes … Impressive spring has staff looking for creative ways to find him increased touches this fall … Lead the Tribe in rushing as a freshman in 2007, gaining 518 yards … Possesses all the explosive qualities of a game-breaking back … Outstanding speed (4.4 40-yard dash) and elusiveness … Also a very physical runner with great strength for size (325lbs power clean, 540lbs squat, 340lbs bench) … A hard worker who is improving his ball skills … Received Outstanding Leadership Award from Alpha Kappa Alpha … 2008: Appeared in eight games with 141 rushing yards on 29 carries and a touchdown … Entered preseason camp as the team’s starting tailback, but sustained a knee injury during fall scrimmage … Also made four catches for 34 yards … Registered a season-high 52 rushing yards on eight carries in the win at Towson … Totaled 43 yards on the ground on five attempts the following weekend in the victory at Northeastern … Found the end zone and tallied a 14-yard reception in the triumph against Rhode Island … 2007: Appeared in nine games, earning seven starts … Leading rusher on the team with 518 yards on 115 carries and one touchdown … Had four carries in the season opener against Delaware … Saw more action due to injuries and had double-digit rushing attempts the rest of the season … Registered a season-high 86 yards on 21 carries against UMass … Racked up 78 yards on 11 carries against Richmond … Totaled 10 catches for 22 yards on the season … Hauled in two catches for 18 yards and a touchdown against JMU … Also had a touchdown reception against Hofstra … Started the season as a key special teams contributor with nine kick returns for 203 yards in the first three games … Opened the season with six kick returns for 137 yards … 2006: Scout team tailback … Earned Special Teams Player of the Week honors in the week leading up to the Maine game … Western Branch High School: Four-year letterwinner at both running back and defensive back for coach Lew Johnston … Earned all-district honors at both positions as a senior … Named team MVP as a senior … Averaged nearly 9.0 yards per rushing attempt in his senior season, finishing the year as the team’s leading rusher with 780 yards and 13 touchdowns … Earned team’s leadership award … Rushed for 1,866 yards and 36 touchdowns in his scholastic career … Four-year letterwinner in track and field for coach Claude Toukene … One of the state’s top scholastic 55-meter runners with a personal record time of 6.40 … Two-time district champion in the event … Also a two-time district champion in long jump … Won a district title in 100-meter and finished second in 200-meter … Holds school record in 55m, 60m (6.86), 100m (10.30), 200m (21.20) and 300m (34.72) … Served as secretary of Student Council Association … Member of School Planning Council and various youth ministries … Personal: Son of Melvin and Melody Marriner … Uncle, Antonio Thomas, played football at James Madison … Founder of the Bridging the Gap Organization … A member of the NAACP, FCA, Tribe United, Project Dream on campus as well as a President’s Aide … Enjoys

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reading books, music, movies, billiards and swimming … Majoring in kinesiology with a sociology minor … Born on May 18, 1988 in Norfolk, Va. Marriner’s Career Offensive Stats Year G/S Att Yds Avg. TD Lg Av/G Rec Yds 2007 9/7 115 518 4.5 1 25 57.6 10 22 2008 8/0 29 141 4.9 1 19 17.6 4 34 Totals 17/7 144 659 4.6 2 25 38.8 14 56

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Defensive Back R-Freshman • 5-10 • 177 Clarksville, Md. River Hill

TD 2 0 2

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MARTIN Athletic young strong safety who comes into the fall looking to gain experience after missing the spring with an injury … 2008: Redshirted as a scout team defensive back … River Hill High School: A three-year letterwinner at linebacker and running back at River Hill for Head Coach Brian Van Deusen … A first-team consensus all-state selection as a junior and a senior … Named the Baltimore Touchdown Club Metro and Baltimore Sun Defensive Player of the Year … A two-time Howard Country Player of the Year … A First-Team Baltimore Sun All-Met choice in 2007 … An honorable mention all-state selection as a sophomore … A three-time first-team all-county selection … Finished his career with 476 career tackles, the most in River Hill history … Also finished with the most career rushing yards (3800) and touchdowns (86) in school history … Holds program bests for tackles in a season and career tackles for loss … Personal: Son of Todd and Lynn Martin … Brothers, Chris and Tyler, played football at McDaniel College, while his father played football at James Madison … Born on June 8, 1990 in Columbia, Md.

Wide Receiver Senior • 5-11 • 185 New Haven, Conn. Westminster School

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MCAULAY Returns as an all-conference performer at wide out and the team’s top deep threat … Looking for an even more productive senior season as he is completely recovered from the knee surgery, which cost him the final 10 games of his sophomore season (2007) … Blends tremendous speed with outstanding strength (300lbs clean, 410lbs squat) and great hands … A threat to score from any position on the field … One of fastest recruits in school history who brought a career-best 100-meter time of 10.5 to campus … 2008: Selected to the All-CAA Third Team … Started all 11 games … Led the team with 40 receptions for 718 yards … Recorded eight touchdown catches, tying him for second in the CAA … Hauled in six catches for 99 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the season opener at N.C. State … Also had a pair of touchdowns with three catches for 80 yards in the victory against Norfolk State … Registered five catches for 76 yards, including the game-winning score with 22 seconds remaining in the win at New Hampshire … Tallied 96 receiving yards and a touchdown in the win at Towson … Had six catches for 92 yards at James Madison … Totaled 96 receiving yards in the triumph against Northeastern … Hauled in touchdown receptions in the wins against VMI and Towson … 2007: Started the first game of the season before suffering a

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Punter Junior • 6-0 • 183 Centreville, Va. Westfield

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MILLER Returning all-conference performer who is coming off an impressive spring performance where he showed increased consistency and leg strength … Poised to make another run at postseason recognition … Proven performer under pressure … Arguably one of the team’s most improved players in 2008, as he increased his per punt average by over six yards (35.1 yds/punt in 2007 vs. 41.5 average in ‘08) … 2008: Selected to the All-CAA Third Team … Ranked second in the conference with 41.5 yards per punt … Totaled 45

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Miller’s Career Punting Stats Yds Avg Long 1509 35.1 48 1869 41.5 65 3378 38.4 65

Offensive Line Junior • 6-3 • 280 Virginia Beach, Va. Floyd Kellam

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Year G/S Rec 2005 9/0 2 2006 8/3 21 2007 1/1 7 2008 11/11 40 Totals 29/15 70

punts for 1,869 yards … Pinned the opposition inside the 20-yard line 12 times … Recorded four punts of 50 or more yards in the season opener at N.C. State … Also pinned the Wolfpack inside the 20-yard line twice … Pinned Villanova inside the 20-yard line twice … Recorded a 60-yard punt and had a pair of punts downed inside the 20 twice at James Madison … Registered a season-long 65-yard punt in the season finale against Richmond … Averaged 49.0 yards per punt (four attempts) versus the Spiders … 2007: Started all 11 games at punter … Averaged 35.1 yds/attempt over 43 punts last on year … Placed nine punts inside the 20-yard line … Had a career long 48-yard effort vs. Va. Tech … Also included in his afternoon vs. the Hokies was a career-high 11 attempts … 2006: Spent the season on travel squad, but did not see any game action … Westfield High School: Three-year letterwinner who was named one of Virginia’s Top 60 recruits by the Roanoke Times … Named All-Met by Washington Post for AAA Concorde District … Connected on 20 of 26 career field goal attempts, including a school record 48-yarder … Had 37 touchbacks on 49 kickoffs and was 6-for-7 on field goals as a senior, including the 48-yarder … Earned first team all-district and second team all-region honors as a senior … Named the 2005 Times Kicker of the Year … Also handled punting duties and averaged 35 yards an attempt … First team All-Examiner punter … Cum laude student all four years and also captain of the soccer team … Personal: Son of David and Barbara Miller … Sister, Amanda, is an All-American diver at Purdue … Enjoys playing kickball … Majoring in kinesiology … Born on September 15, 1988 in Va.

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season-ending ankle injury … Racked up a career-high 162 yards on seven catches for one touchdown in the season opener against Delaware … Had one rush for six yards … 2006: Battled injury to play in eight games with three starts … Showed big-play ability with three receptions over 45 yards and finished the year with 307 yards on 21 catches … Averaged 14.6 yards per catch and brought in two touchdown catches … Opened the season strong with a season-high 82 yards on five grabs, including a 49-yard scoring reception from Mike Potts at Maryland … Caught five passes for 53 yards and had a 15-yard run against Maine … Pulled in a 45-yard catch against Hofstra and finished with two catches for 53 yards … Recorded four receptions for 47 yards at UMass … Returned to action at Towson and aided the upset with a 45-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter … Played a total of 278 offensive snaps … 2005: Saw time on special teams and within the offense as a true freshman … Tallied two catches for 49 yards and four total tackles on kick coverage … Both grabs came in win over Liberty, including a season-long 39yard reception … Westminster School: Very versatile athlete who saw playing time at wide receiver, cornerback and running back for coach Desmond Robinson … Led team in rushing and was second in receptions … Earned All-New England honors as a wide receiver … Member of the school’s yearbook club and the National Honor Society … Personal: Son of Donald McAulay and Terrie Estes … Enjoys reading and running …A member of the NAACP, the Black Empowerment Caucus, the African American Male Coalition, the Black Student Organization and Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity on campus … Vice President of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity and on the NPHC Council, … Majoring in Black Studies and Marketing … Son, Jayden McAulay, was born June 11, 2008 … Born August 25, 1986 in New Haven, Conn.

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MILLER Comes into the fall looking to challenge for starting center duties … Enjoyed healthy spring after recovering from an ankle injury that cost him entire ‘08 season … Also has the potential to contribute at guard … 2008: Missed season with ankle injury … 2007: Missed the season with an injury … 2006: Scout team lineman … Earned Scout Team Player of the Week honors in the week leading up to James Madison game … Kellam High School: Four-year letterman as a center and offensive tackle for coach Chris DeWitt … Ranked 14th nationally amongst scholastic centers by ESPN.com … First team All-Virginia Beach and All-Tidewater as a senior … Second-team All-Eastern Region … Earned second-team alldistrict honors as a junior, while earning honorable mention honors as a sophomore … Served as team captain as a senior … Helped Kellam reach state playoffs with a rushing attack that averaged more than 300 yards per game … Listed as a Top-100 recruit by the Roanoke Times … Member of school’s 1,000-lb. club for weight lifting … Member of the National Honor Society and earned place on Principal’s List … Personal: Son of Donald and Karen Miller … Enjoys weight lifting, fishing, paint ball … Majoring in history … Born on June 16, 1988 in Virginia Beach, Va.

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Linebacker R-Freshman • 6-0 • 206 Doswell, Va. Caroline

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MUSE

MINES Enters the fall as a key reserve at weak-side linebacker … An exciting young talent who is explosive off the ball … Has the intangibles to be a productive player in the team’s defensive scheme … Plays with great toughness and prepares with a great desire to improve … Will see playing time a member of special teams as well … 2008: Redshirted as a scout team linebacker … Caroline High School: A three-year letterwinner at running back and linebacker at Caroline for Head Coach Robert Jenkins … A three-time first-team all-district, all-region and all-area choice at both running back and linebacker … A first-team all-state linebacker as a senior … Old Spice Red Zone Player of the Year (top 50 in the nation) as a junior … Graduated as Caroline’s all-time leading tackler … President of the National Honor Society and his high school class as a sophomore, junior and senior … A member of the BETA Club and FCA … Personal: Son of Alvin and Elaine Mines … Planning to major in Kinesiology … Sings with the group Ebony Expressions on campus … Born on February 8, 1990 in Richmond, Va.

Wide Receiver R-Freshman • 5-11 • 171 Ashburn, Va. Stone Bridge

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Comes into the fall as the starting left guard and as one of the team’s most experienced players, having made 33 career starts along the offensive line … Versatile player with the ability to play all five positions up front … Also handles the short snapping duties on placement kicks … 2008: Started all 11 games at guard … 2007: Started all 11 games and totaled 731 offensive snaps … 2006: Saw action in all 11 games and earned two starts at guard in the final two games of the season … Played a total of 156 offensive snaps … 2005: Scout team offensive lineman who joined the travel squad late in the season … Lexington High School: Two-year starter at offensive tackle for coach Bart Miller … Earned all-region and all-area honors as a senior … Chosen to participate in Carolina’s North/South All-Star game … Named one of the top 50 players in South Carolina by The State … Selected to the High School Sports Report all-state team as a senior … Also a member of the school’s golf team and a three-year letterwinner … Member of the school’s Beta, DECA and FBLA clubs … Student Council member … Personal: Son of Cameron and Virginia Muse … Enjoys fishing, ping pong, golfing, watching movies, listening to music and video games … Majoring in anthropology with a minor in history … Born February 23, 1987 in Greensboro, N.C.

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Defensive Line Junior • 6-0 • 247 Cockeysville, Md. McDonogh

ryan

MOODY

kyle

Promising talent at wide out who was limited in spring drills by injury … Needs to work for increased reps in fall to gain more experience in offense … Will compete to be on the travel squad and could contribute on special teams … 2008: Redshirted as scout team wide receiver … Honored as the W&M QB Club Scout Team Offensive Player of the Year … Stone Bridge High School: A four-year letterwinner at wide receiver at Stone Bridge for Head Coach Mickey Thompson … Helped Stone Bridge to the Virginia AAA Division 5 State Championship in 2007 … Tied the state record for touchdowns in the championship game with three to go along with 158 yards receiving … As a senior, earned first-team all-state, all-region and all-district honors … Broke the Stone Bridge school records for receiving yards in a season with 1,199, receiving touchdowns with 19 and receptions with 59 … Also lettered in basketball … Was an SCA Rep and a member of DECA and FBLA … Personal: Son of Gill Moody and Hiedi Portalatin … Uncle, Keith Moody, played basketball at the University of Nebraska … Born on July 10, 1990 in Fairfax, Va.

O’BRIEN Brings the team a solid reserve at defensive end … Maximizes talents and opportunities … Tremendous toughness and work ethic … Showed great improvement with alignments and assignments this spring … Great energy, finds ways to make plays … Came to program as school-start walk-on linebacker … Also contributes on special teams … 2008: Key reserve at defensive end who appeared in all 11 games … Finished the year with 18 tackles … Recorded a career-high six tackles (three solo) in the victory against Norfolk State … Made three stops in the season opener at N.C. State … Totaled a pair of tackles versus New Hampshire, Towson and James Madison … 2007: Missed the season due to ACL surgery … 2006: Joined the program as a walk-on in the fall and redshirted as a scout team linebacker … McDonogh School: Played under coach Dom Damico … Earned all-county honors at linebacker and was named honorable mention all-state for big schools in Maryland … Personal: Son of Terry and Susan O’Brien … Enjoys lacrosse, fishing and water sports … Majoring in economics … Born on April 15, 1988 in Baltimore, Md.

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PAGLIARO Converted from defensive tackle to center this spring and enters the fall listed as the starter … Has the strength and athletic ability to contribute immediately … Powerful lower body (505lbs squat) … 2008: Appeared in two games at defensive tackle … Registered a tackle in the win against VMI … Also made a stop the following week in the victory against Norfolk State … 2007: Scout team def defensive lineman … Parkland High School: Two-year letterwinner and team captain as a senior under head coach Jim Morgans … Earned firstteam all-conference and second-team all-area honors at defensive end … Selected to play in the Pennsylvania East-West All-Star Game … Named team’s defensive MVP both as a junior and senior … Tallied nine sacks, an interception and scored two defensive touchdowns in 2006 … Finished career with 15 sacks and eight fumble recoveries … Also lettered two years in basketball (power forward) and was named to the conference all-star team as a senior … Member of the National Honor Society and Latin Club … Personal: Son of Mike and Cheryl Pagliaro … Enjoys basketball, listening to music, video games, ping-pong and spending time with friends … Planning to major in kinesiology… Born on January 10, 1989 in Allentown, Pa.

Enters the fall as one of the league’s most accurate and experienced kickers … Coming off a spring season in which he showed increased strength and consistency … Returns after earning first-team all-conference honors in 2008 … Significantly improved his performance on kickoffs last fall … His 22 career field goals are tied for seventh all-time at the College … Former walk-on … Named Academic All-Conference and made Athletic Academic Honor Roll … 2008: Selected to the All-CAA First Team … Ranked second in the conference and led the team with 7.3 points per game … Average of 1.18 field goals per game led the conference and ranked tied for 17th nationally … Made 13-of-16 field goal attempts … Converted 3-of-4 field goal attempts from beyond 40 yards … Was successful on all 41 extra-point attempts … Registered 60 kickoffs for an average of 56.8 yards per kick with a pair of touchbacks … Honored as the CAA Special Teams Player of the Week following the Rhode Island game after connecting on both his field goal attempts … Hit season-long field goals of 43 yards at N.C. State and at James Madison … Converted a 42-yard field goal attempt in the win against VMI … Hit a pair of field goals in the win at Delaware and in the season finale against Richmond … Honored as the W&M QB Club Special Teams Player of the Year … CAA Academic All-Conference … 2007: Starting place-kicker in all 11 games … Led the team with 67 points … Was 9-for-16 on field goals and 40-for-41 on PATs … Had 55 kickoffs for an average of 49.5 yards with one touchback … Had two field goals against Liberty, Towson and UMass … Made a seasonlong 45-yard kick against UMass … 2006: Split time between the travel squad and the scout team … Massaponax High School: Earned three letters as a place kicker for head coach Eric Ludden … Earned honorable mention AllMetro honors from the Washington Post all three seasons as the starter … Also was awarded all-district, all-area and second-team all-region honors in his three seasons as the starter … Named the team’s Special Team’s Player of the Year three times … Set the school record for career field goals and extra points … Also a three-year letterwinner in soccer … Established school records for career goals (55) and assists (49) … Was the team’s captain for three seasons … Also was an all-district, all-region and all-area soccer player for three seasons … Earned All-Metro honors from the Washington Post in senior season … Personal: Son of Daniel and Anne Pate … Enjoys beating teammates in video games … Plans on majoring in Business Finance … Born on August 31, 1986 in Silver Spring, Md.

Year 2007 2008 Totals

PAT FGM-FGA 40-41 9-16 41-41 13-16 81-82 22-32

Pate’s Career Stats 20-29 30-39 40-49 4-4 1-4 4-8 2-2 8-10 3-4 6-6 9-14 7-12

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Talented player who provides depth at safety … An important special teams performer … Solid tackler who is fundamentally sound … Boasts tremendous work ethic and is reliable in alignments and assignments … Will contribute on special teams … 2008: Saw action in seven games primarily on special teams … Registered a tackle in the win at New Hampshire … 2007: Scout team defensive back … Douglas Freeman High School: Two-year varsity letterwinning running back and defensive back for coach Bob Brinkley … Earned All-Colonial District honors at running back as a junior … Served as team captain as a senior … Lettered four years running hurdles in outdoor track and two years for indoor track … Two-time team captain (2005, 2006) for both indoor and outdoor track and field teams … Also lettered one season in wrestling … Vice President of the National Honor Society as a senior … Latin Club President as a senior and Interact Club President as a junior and senior … Beta Club member … Personal: Son of John and Suzy O’Connor … Father played baseball at Richmond (1977-80) … Enjoys guitar, snowboarding and reading … Majoring in English and Business … Born on January 25, 1989 in Blacksburg, Va. Offensive Line Sophomore • 6-3 • 278 Schnecksville, Pa. Parkland

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Defensive Line Sophomore • 6-3 • 250 Paramus, N.J. St. Peter’s Prep

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Defensive Line Senior • 6-3 • 267 Chesapeake, Va. Atlantic Shores Christian

ravi

daniel

PRADHANANG Enters the fall giving the team good depth at defensive end … A big, strong, fast player who made an impact as a redshirt freshman last season … Possesses great intensity and football instincts … Plays low with a physical style and good body position … Tremendous potential … 2008: Played in nine games and started the season finale against Richmond at defensive end … Recorded 24 tackles, 4.0 tackles for a loss and 0.5 sacks … Totaled a career-high six tackles at James Madison … Registered three stops and a pair of tackles for a loss in the season finale against Richmond … Made three stops, a half sack and a tackle for a loss in the triumph versus Rhode Island … Tallied four tackles (three solo) and a tackle for a loss in the victory versus Northeastern … 2007: Missed season due to ankle injury … St. Peter’s Prep: Helped lead St. Peter’s to an 11-1 record and its seventh consecutive Hudson County Interscholastic Athletic Association Championship under head coach Rich Hanson … Named to the Jersey Journal All-County First-Team … Recorded 72 total tackles with 7.5 quarterback sacks in 2006 … Added five quarterback hurries and recovered two fumbles … Caught five passes for 44 yards and a touchdown … Also lettered one season in basketball … Personal: Son of Neil and LiliIbeth Pradhanang … Enjoys working out … Planning to major in Kinesiology … Born on October 5, 1989 in Secaucus, N.J.

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G/S 9/1

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Linebacker R-Freshman • 6-2 • 225 Williamsburg, Va. Lafayette

PULLEY Provides solid depth at defensive tackle … Has a good feel for the position and schemes … Always brings great effort and has assumed valuable leadership position on defensive front … 2008: Appeared in six games with four tackles and a sack at defensive tackle … Totaled three tackles and a sack in the win against VMI … Also made a stop in the victory at New Hampshire … 2007: Member of travel squad, but saw limited playing time … 2006: Reserve defensive tackle who saw action in a pair of games … Recorded three tackles in the victory over VMI … 2005: Scout team … Earned scout team player of the week honors … Atlantic Shores Christian School: Letterwinning offensive and defensive lineman for coach Rob Atwood … Named all-state on both offense and defense as a sophomore, junior and senior … Led squad to a then school-record 37 wins over his career and led the team in tackles, TFLs, sacks and fumble recoveries as a senior … Also an all-conference golfer … Served as junior class vice president … Attended Chesapeake Student Leadership Forum and is active in youth ministry at church … Personal: Son of Randall and Leigh Pulley … Part of the FCA leadership at W&M … Enjoys golf, watching movies and video games … Pursuing a major in history with a minor in sociology … Born June 5, 1986 in Norfolk, Va.

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PTACHICK Enters the fall looking to challenge for game reps as reserve middle linebacker … Extremely strong and very consistent in preparation … A tough player who will look to contribute on special teams as he gains more experience … 2008: Redshirted as scout team linebacker … Honored as the W&M QB Club Scout Team Def Defensive Player of the Year … Lafayette High School: A four-year letterwinner at Lafayette for Head Coach Paul Wheeler … Named the Bay Rivers District Defensive Player of the Year … The Region I Player of the Year … A first-team all-state, all-region and all-district honoree … Named the Virginia Gazette Player of the Year … Earned All-Virginia Gazette and All-Daily Press honors … Selected to the VHSL All-Star game … Personal: Son of Kevin and Teresa Ptachick … Father played football at the College from 1983-86 … Major is undecided … Born on March 14, 1990 in Roanoke, Va.

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A versatile young talent who worked at both defensive end and tackle this spring … Will challenge for special teams duties as he continues his development … 2008: Earned playing time in the win against Norfolk State … 2007: Scout team def defensive lineman … TS Wootton High School: Earned two varsity letters as a two-way, two-year starter for coach Greg Malling … Named All-Met and all-league by the Washington Post and was selected to the Montgomery County Coaches Association First Team as a defensive lineman … Collected 55 total tackles with 23 tackles for loss, five sacks and a forced fumble as a senior to claim team’s defensive MVP award … Earned honorable mention all-state honors for the AP Maryland Big Schools team … Second-Team All-Gazette … Also a three-year letterwinner and two-time team captain in wrestling … Posted a 36-3 record at 215 lbs. to lead team to a 27-2 record and division title … Lettered two years in lacrosse … Earned the Wootton Scholar-Athlete Award eight times … Personal: Son of Pete and Cindy Rampp … Enjoys snowboarding, reading and kayaking … Interested in studying kinesiology … Born on February 19, 1989 in Washington, D.C.

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Fullback R-Freshman • 6-2 • 227 Salem, Va. Salem

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RIBBLE Converted from linebacker to fullback this spring … Good strength and physical toughness … Will provide depth at position as he gains experience in offense … 2008: Redshirted as scout team linebacker … Salem High School: Four-year letterwinner as a linebacker at Salem … First-team all-region and all-district selection as a senior … Also named as the CRUNCH Defensive Player of the Year … An All-Timesland Timesland selection … Honored as the Spartan Bell Award Winner … Served as a team captain … Averaged more than 10 tackles per game in 2007 and set a single-season school record for assisted tackles … Finished career with 275 tackles … Garnered all-district distinction as a junior … Member of the National Honor Society, Key Club and was an Eagle Scout … Personal: Son of Stephen and Diane Ribble … Born on January 31, 1990 in Roanoke, Va.

Running Back Junior • 6-1 • 224 Newport News, Va. Denbigh

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terrence

RIGGINS Tremendous physical attributes allow him to contribute at either tailback or fullback … Good speed and hands … Has best size of all backs and is position’s most punishing runner … Ability to impact all phases of the Tribe’s offense … Averaged 6.5 yds/carry over 59 career attempts … Played as a true freshman … 2008: Earned starts in the first three games of the season before suffering an injury … Appeared in nine games … Totaled

Riggins’ Career Offensive Stats Year G/S Att Yds Avg. TD Lg Av/G Rec Yds 2007 3/0 19 61 3.2 2 21 20.3 2 8 2008 9/3 40 323 8.1 0 53 35.9 3 32 Totals 12/3 59 384 6.5 1 53 32.0 5 40 Wide Receiver Senior • 6-2 • 188 Barboursville, Va. Albemarle

Avg. 4 10.7 8.0

TD 0 0 0

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Offensive tackle who competed for reserve tackle position in spring … Comes into fall looking to continue to build experience in offense … 2008: Scout team … 2007: Scout team offensive tackle … 2006: Scout team offensive lineman … Pope High School: Threeyear letterwinner along the offensive line for coach Bob Swank … Earned honorable mention all-region honors as a senior and was named Cobb County MVP … Played one season of rugby for coach Steve Dimino … Rugby squad was recognized in Georgia House of Representatives House Resolution 753 … Six-time selection for Character Education Student of the Month … Coached school’s powder puff team four years … Personal: Son of Suzanne Raxter … Enjoys hunting, camping, snowboarding, working on hot rods and boating … Majoring in Economics … Born February 19, 1988 in Atlanta, Ga.

323 rushing yards on 40 carries for 8.1 yards per rush … Made three catches for 32 yards … Registered 180 rushing yards on just 15 carries in the win against VMI … Honored as the W&M QB Club Offensive Player of the Week following the performance versus the Keydets … Rushed for 51 yards on 12 carries in the season opener at N.C. State … 2007: Started season on scout team, but moved to travel squad for final three games of season due to injuries at tailback position … Saw action in final three games, carrying the ball 19 times for 61 yards … Scored first touchdown in first career game at Hofstra … Also found end zone vs. James Madison … Denbigh High School: Four-year letterwinner and a four-year starter at running back and linebacker for head coach Tracy Harrod … Named Second-Team All-Peninsula District on offense as a senior … Earned team’s offensive MVP award as a senior and defensive MVP award as a junior … Rushed for 825 yards and seven touchdowns in 2006 … Also collected a combined six letters in indoor and outdoor track … Named indoor track’s top newcomer as a sophomore and team MVP as a junior … Named most inspirational for indoor track … Member of the National Honor Society … Personal: Son of Terry and Jowanda Riggins … Enjoys sports, video games and hanging out with friends … Majoring in kinesiology … Born on August 17, 1989 in Fort Riley, Kan.

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Offensive Line Junior • 6-5 • 270 Marietta, Ga. Pope

Lg Av/G 5 2.7 15 3.6 15 3.3

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eric

ROBERTSON One of only two seniors among Tribe receivers … Good ball skills and has toughness to play underneath coverages … Good strength (280lbs power clean) … Experience in playing all three receiving positions … High school teammate of current Tribe starting quarterback R.J. Archer … 2008: Member of the travel squad and appeared in four games … 2007: Saw limited reps at wide out … Contributed seven receptions for 90 yards … First career receptions came at Villanova … Ended game with career best five catches for 56 yards … Also had two receptions for 34 yards vs. UMass, including career-long 21-yard gain … 2006: Scout team wide receiver … 2005: Scout team … Albemarle High School: Two-year letterwinning wide receiver for coach Rick Vrhovac … Earned first team all-region and all-district honors as a senior … Selected to play in state all-star game as a senior … Averaged over 100 receiving yards per game senior season and set school single-season and career records for receptions and receiving yards … Broke state record with six touchdown receptions in a game … Also a three-year letterwinner in baseball (shortstop) … Received all-academic awards in 2004 and 2005 … Personal: Son of Glenn and Christine Robertson … Father graduated from the College in 1971 … Enjoys music, off-roading, fishing, baseball and ping pong … Double majoring in business and art, with concentrations in process management, consulting and architecture … Born April 26, 1987 in Charlottesville, Va.

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Defensive Line Sophomore • 6-2 • 300 Richmond, Va. Hermitage

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Offensive Line R-Freshman • 6-5 • 296 Lawrenceville, N.J. The Hun School

harold

mike

ROBERTSON III Enters fall looking to challenge for starting duties at defensive tackle after missing spring with injury … Made immediate impact as a redshirt freshman, starting all 11 games at defensive tackle … His great size and body strength (306lbs clean, 380lbs bench) make him effective run-stopper … Very active player for his size … Excellent against the run … Plays nose tackle on three-man fronts … 2008: Started all 11 games at defensive tackle … Totaled 26 tackles and 0.5 tackles for a loss … Recorded a career-high five tackles in the win at New Hampshire … Made four stops in the victory against VMI … Tallied three tackles (all solo) in the win at Delaware … Registered three tackles in the season finale versus Richmond … Earned half tackle for a loss in the win at Towson … 2007: Scout team defensive lineman … Hermitage High School: Three-year starter at offensive guard and defensive tackle for head coach Patrick Kane … First-Team All-Colonial District pick at guard and FirstTeam All-Metro at defensive tackle by Richmond Times-Dispatch in 2006 … Recorded 108 total tackles as a senior, the second-most in school history, to earn Second-Team All-Central Region honors … Also named team MVP … Earned Second-Team All-Colonial District honors on both offense and defense as a junior in 2005 … Received team’s Panther Award as a junior … Three-time all-district qualifying thrower in track and field … Named all-region in 2005 and 2006 in track … Also a three-time all-district academic team selection … Personal: Son Harold and Willnette Robertson … Cousin, Devin Allen, played semi-pro football for the Virginia Ravens … Enjoys basketball, music, playing the drums and video games … Majoring in Kinesiology … Born on December 7, 1988 in Richmond, Va.

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RYAN Enters fall listed as top reserve at right guard … Could also play tackle … Showed marked improvement in alignments and assignments this spring … Hard worker who will compete for playing time … 2008: Member of the travel squad for the final two games of the season … 2007: Redshirted as scout team offensive lineman … Douglas Freeman High School: Two-year letterwinner and two-year starter on the offensive line for head coach Bob Brinkley … Honorable mention All-Metro selection at offensive tackle by Richmond Times-Dispatch in 2006 … Earned Second-Team All-Colonial District honors at tackle as a senior … Received honorable mention all-district honors as a junior … Graduated with Freeman’s program record for power clean lift at 275 lbs. … Four-time academic all-district selection … Member of BETA Club and a honor roll student all four years … Personal: Son of Patrick and Megan Ryan … Mother swam three years at SUNY-Oneonta and one year at SIU …Has a twin sister who attends Virginia … Enjoys history, reading baseball and computers … Majoring in kinesiology … Born on November 11, 1988 in Richmond, Va.

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SALAZAR Enters fall listed as the top reserve at right tackle … Missed most of spring with injury injury,, but is expected to make healthy return in fall … Athletic ability to contribute with continued health and development … 2008: Redshirted as scout team offensive lineman … The Hun School: Three-year letterwinner at offensive and defensive tackle at The Hun School for Head Coach Dave Dudeck … First-Team All-Mid Atlantic Prep League performer at both offensive and defensive tackle as a senior … Selected to play in both the New Jersey North/South All-Star game and the Governor’s Bowl (a game featuring top players from New York vs. New Jersey) … Helped team to 9-0 record and the New Jersey Prep State Title and the Mid-Atlantic Prep League Championship as a senior … Finished senior season with 21 total tackles, five tackles for losses, a blocked kick and one interception returned for a touchdown … Awarded First-Team All-Prep honors as an offensive lineman by the Trenton Times, Star Ledger and Princeton Packet … Trenton Times also selected him Second-Team All-Prep Honors as a defensive lineman … Also a three-year letterwinner as a member of the tennis squad … Personal: Son of Kim Dean and Dan Salazar … Father played hockey at Princeton … Born on November 28, 1990 in Overland Park, Kan.

Quarterback Sophomore • 6-3 • 215 Buffalo, N.Y. St. Joseph’s Collegiate

Robertson’s Career Defensive Stats G/S T A Total TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds FF FR/Yds INT/Yds PBU QBH Blk 11/11 11 15 26 0.5/0 0.0/0 0 0/0 0/0 1 0 0

Offensive Line Sophomore • 6-4 • 293 Richmond, Va. Douglas S. Freeman

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terrance

SCHMAND Enters fall looking to challenge for reserve duties at quarterback … Good size and arm strength … Great effort player who will look to continue to gain experience in offense … 2008: Member of the travel squad for the N.C. State game … 2007: Scout team quarterback … St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute: Named All-Western New York and a FourthTeam All-State (AA) selection at quarterback by the New York State Sportswriters Association … Led St. Joseph’s to second-straight Monsignor Martin League title after passing for a school-record 2,212 yards and 30 touchdowns under head coach Bob O’Connor … Completed 160-of-261 passing attempts in nine games, which included five 300-yard games and two games with six touchdown tosses … Passed for a school-record 349 yards and four touchdowns in league championship victory and earned the game’s offensive MVP award … Named to the Towanda News and Greater Niagara First-Teams … Invited to play in the Governor’s Bowl at Rutgers and selected to the New York state “Golden 50” … Connolly Cup finalist, given to the western New York player of the year … Also a two-time team MVP in lacrosse … Student council representative, Kairos retreat leader and member of Philosophy and French clubs … Personal: Son of Michael and Elizabeth Schmand … Father was a quarterback at Upper Iowa … Enjoys football and photography … Major is undecided … Born on December 1, 1988 in Buffalo, N.Y.

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of student council and Leo Club … Personal: Son of Darryl and Pamela Schrift … Father wrestled one year at Pitt-Johnstown … Enjoys lifting weights, basketball and outdoor activities … Majoring in kinesiology … Born on June 7, 1988 in Reading, Pa. Linebacker Junior • 6-2 • 225 Wilmington, N.C. Hoggard

thomas

SCHONDER

Schonder’s Career Offensive Stats Year G/S Att Yds Avg. TD Lg Av/G Rec Yds 2007 10/0 35 143 4.1 1 29 14.3 2 16 2008 6/0 7 54 7.7 1 33 9.0 0 0 Totals 16/0 42 197 4.7 2 33 12.3 2 16

Offensive Line Sophomore • 6-2 • 288 Reading, Pa. Muhlenburg

Avg. 8.0 0.0 8.0

TD 0 0 0

Lg Av/G 12 1.6 0 0.0 12 1.0

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wes

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Proven reserve at tailback who contributes valuable depth … Good speed and elusiveness … Explosive strength (34-inch vertical leap) … Carries good work habits in all phases of preparation … Will contribute on special teams … 2008: Appeared in six games … Totaled 54 yards on seven carries for an average of 7.7 yards per rush … Also scored a touchdown … All of his carries came in the victory against VMI …CAA Academic All-Conference… 2007: Earned playing time at tailback, seeing action in 10 games … Carried the ball 35 times for 143 yards, the fifth highest total on squad … Had big day vs. Virginia Tech, rushing a career-high nine times for 42 yards … Also turned in career-long run (29 yards) vs. Hokies … Scored first career touchdown vs. VMI on 6-yard run … Ended game with Keydets with a career-best 45 rushing yards on six carries … 2006: Scout team tailback … Earned Scout Team Player of the Week in the week prior to game vs. Delaware … Loudoun Valley High School: Three-year letterwinner and two-time conference offensive MVP for coach Bruce Sheppard … Earned Washington Post All-Extra honors, all-conference and all-region accolades after rushing for 1,150 yards and 20 touchdowns in 10 games as a senior … Served as a team captain senior season … Earned all-conference, all-region and all-extra honors as a junior as well … Also earned all-conference, all-region and all-extra honors in lacrosse as a sophomore … Member of the National Honor Society … Served as SCA executive officer and president of Politics Club … Personal: Son of Robert and Cathy Schonder … Enjoys basketball, politics, board games and watching movies … Majoring in government …Member of the Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity… Born on December 13, 1987 in Leesburg, Va.

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Running Back Junior • 5-11 • 185 Round Hill, Va. Loudoun Valley

STEINMAN Comes off an impressive spring showing that earned him starting spot at strong side linebacker … Should make a big impact after missing nearly all of last season with an injury … Has good size and athleticism … Team’s strongest linebacker (308lbs clean, 540lbs squat) with good speed … Has ability to take on lead blockers and play in space … A perfect fit for the team’s defensive scheme … 2008: Played in just one game before suffering seasonending injury … Registered three tackles and a tackle for a loss in the season opener at N.C. State … 2007: Appeared in seven games, earning one start … Amassed 11 tackles on the season … Had three tackles against Virginia Tech and Maine, while racking up two stops against Villanova and UMass … Had one TFL against Villanova for a two-yard loss … 2006: Scout team defensive back … Earned scout team defensive player of the week honors in week seven … Hoggard High School: Four-year letterwinner as a wide receiver and free safety for coach Scott Braswell … Two-time all-conference and all-district performer as a free safety … Named conference’s Defensive Player of the Year (2005) … Also selected as an all-state performer (2005) … Participated in the North/South Shrine game and was an East-West All-Star selection … Helped program to streak of four consecutive conference titles … Recorded 185 tackles, 12 interceptions, four forced fumbles, 21 pass break-ups and three fumble recoveries in career … Added 25 career receptions for 800 yards and 10 touchdowns … Also played baseball and track and field … Former high school teammate of current Tribe tight end Rob Varno … Member of school’s senior BETA club and the National Honor Society … Personal: Son of Bill and PJ Steinman … Enjoys family time, sports and music … Member of FCA … Pursuing a major in computer science … Born on November 28, 1987, in Sarasota, Fla.

Year 2007 2008 Totals

G/S 7/1 1/0 8/1

T 6 0 6

Steinman’s Career Defensive Stats A Total TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds FF FR/Yds INT/Yds PBU 5 11 1.0/2 0.0/0 0 0/0 0/0 0 3 3 0.5/3 0.0/0 0 0/0 0/0 0 8 14 1.5/5 0.0/0 0 0/0 0/0 0

QBH 0 0 0

Blk 0 0 0

mike

SCHRIFT Will be unable to compete due to injury … 2008: Unable to compete due to injury … 2007: Scout team offensive lineman … Muhlenberg High School: Three-year starter at right offensive guard for head coach John Yocum … Anchored an offensive line that helped Muhlenberg average over 300 yards of total offense per game, including 187 yards rushing per game and a 1,600-yard rusher … Helped lead team to three-straight district playoff berths, including an appearance in the 2005 state semifinals … Selected to the Berks County Senior Classic football game in 2007 … Named to the Berks County All-Academic Football Team three seasons … Also a four-year letterwinning wrestler … All-division wrestler as a junior and a section runner-up and district qualifier as a senior … Became just the fourth wrestler in school history to win a county championship in 2006 … Member

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Defensive Line Junior • 6-3 • 265 Millersville, Pa. Penn Manor

Wide Receiver R-Freshman • 6-2 • 203 Mount Airy, Md. Linganore

c.j.

michael

THOMAS

STOVER Will battle Harold Robertson for starting defensive tackle duties throughout fall … Entered the program as a walk-on and played as true freshman … Plays with a tremendous motor and intensity … Great work ethic has helped him make great strides in weight room (306lbs clean, 470lbs squat, 355lbs bench) … A productive tackle who runs to the ball well … Very coachable player who has shown consistent improvement … Named the Defensive MVP of final spring scrimmage … 2008: Appeared in all 11 games at defensive tackle … Totaled 28 tackles, 4.5 tackles for a loss and 1.5 sacks … Recorded four tackles, a sack and 1.5 tackles for a loss in the win at Delaware … Registered three tackles, a half sack and 1.5 tackles for a loss in the victory at Towson … Earned three tackles and a half tackle for a loss in the season opener at N.C. State … Also had a half tackle for a loss in the triumph against VMI … Posted four tackles (three solo) in the win versus VMI … 2007: Saw action in 10 games at defensive tackle … Contributed 16 total tackles on the season … Saw his first career action at VMI, making three tackles … Established career-high five tackles in season-ending game at Richmond … Penn Manor High School: Three-year letterwinning fullback and linebacker for coach Bob Forgrave … Rushed for 1,485 yards on 315 carries, averaging 4.7 yard per attempt as a senior … Stands as the school’s all-time fifth-leading rusher … First-team all-star on both offense and defense … Named team MVP and received the Manor-Pride Award … Also lettered two years and was a sectional champion wrestler … Received the Jay Donald Herr Memorial Award for wrestling … Personal: Son of David and Mary Stover … Mother played basketball for two seasons at Kutztown … Uncle, Bill Piel, played four seasons of football at Lehigh … Enjoys hunting and fishing … Planning to major in economics… Born on March 18, 1989 in Lancaster, Pa.

Year 2007 2008 Totals

G/S 10/0 11/0 21/0

T 4 12 16

Stover’s Career Defensive Stats A Total TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds FF FR/Yds INT/Yds PBU 12 16 0.5/1 0/0 0 0/0 0/0 0 16 28 4.5/13 1.5/13 0 0/0 0/0 1 28 44 5.0/14 1.5/13 0 0/0 0/0 1

Offensive Line Sophomore • 6-2 • 295 Warrenton, Va. Fauquier

QBH 1 0 1

Explosive young receiving prospect … Runs hard after catch … Aggressive down field blocker … Will contribute on special teams as he gains more experience … Potential to make impact … 2008: Redshirted as scout team wide receiver … Linganore High School: Three-year letterwinner as a wide receiver at Linganore for Head Coach Rick Conner … First-team all-state selection as a senior … Named the Frederick Area’s Offensive Player of the Year after senior season saw him bring down 50 catches for 867 yards and 19 touchdowns … Ended career with 104 catches for 1722 yards and 26 TDs … Three-time first-team all-area and all-county selection (2005-07) … Second-team All-Met squad in 2007 … Holds league records for most regular season receiving TDs (25) and career receptions (104) … Also holds the Maryland Scholastic State record for single-season touchdown receptions (19) … His 1,722 career receiving yards is second all-time in league history … Selected to the Baltimore TD Club’s Super 22 squad … Six-time Scholar-Athlete Awardee at school … Nominated as Scholar-Athlete of the Year for the Baltimore Chapter of the National Football Foundation College Football Hall of Fame … Also started for three years on the basketball squad (freshman through junior seasons) and is a two-year letterwinner in indoor track … Earned Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. award and was a member of the National Society of High School Scholars … Personal: Son of Peta and Calvin Thomas … Member of “The Guys” band along with teammates Kevin FitzGerald, Jonathan Grimes and Richard Yount … Majoring in art with a concentration in architecture … Father ran track at Michigan State … Played the saxophone in the school’s marching and jazz bands … Born on October 17, 1990 in Rockville, Md.

Defensive Back R-Freshman • 5-11 • 197 Somerset, N.J. Franklin

Blk 0 0 0

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chris

SUTTON Enters fall listed as top reserve at left tackle … Physical player who may also see reps at center in fall … 2008: Split time between travel and practice squad … Made first career start vs. VMI … 2007: Scout team lineman … Fauquier High School: Earned three varsity letters at tight end and offensive line … Served as team captain as a senior … Received Cedar Run All-District honors as both a junior and senior … Also lettered one season as a thrower for the track and field team … Personal: Son of Bryan and Sandra Sutton … Enjoys fishing, shooting and lifting weights … Majoring in government … Born on July 9, 1988 in Prince William, Va.

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brian

THOMPSON Enters fall listed as top reserve at strong safety afety … Has tremendous potential … Missed af significant spring practice time with injury … Very physical player … Has strength to make impact in run support at line of scrimmage … 2008: Redshirted as scout team defensive back … Franklin High School: Three-year letterwinner as a defensive back and wide receiver at Franklin for Head Coach Louis Soloman … Two-time First-Team Skyland Conference selection as defensive back (2006-07) … Also two-time first-team all-county selection on defense (2006-07) … Two-time second-team all-area selection as defensive back (2006-07) … First-Team All-Somerset selection as defensive back (2007) … FirstTeam All-Skyland Conference (East Division) Offensive (2007) … Ended senior season with 896 rushing yards (on 182 attempts) and 11 TDs … Had seven career INTs, including four in senior season … Recorded a pair of INT returns for TDs in career … Contributed 67 total tackles as a senior, with one sack … Had 39 career receptions for 490 yards and two scores … Also returned punts and kicks for squad … Earned additional letters in track and basketball … Personal: Son of Jackie and Chuck Thompson … Member of rape prevention group, 1 in 4 … Born on June 17, 1990 in New Brunswick, N.J.

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Linebacker Sophomore • 6-1 • 235 Severn, Md. Archbishop Spalding

derek

jake

TOON

TRANTIN

G/S 10/2 8/0 18/2

Toon’s Career Defensive Stats T A Total TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds FF FR/Yds INT/Yds PBU 6 15 21 3.0/10 0.5/2 0 0/0 0/0 0 1 0 1 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0/0 0/0 0 7 15 22 3.0/10 0.5/2 0 0/0 0/0 0

Tight End R-Freshman • 6-2 • 243 Suffolk, Va. Nansemond River

QBH 0 0 0

Blk 0 0 0

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andy

TOPPING Converted from defensive line to tight end in spring … Picked up his new assignments quickly … Showed promise and will need to build on spring progress … 2008: Redshirted as scout team defensive lineman … Nansemond River High School: A four-year letterwinner at tight end, defensive end and long snapper at Nansemond River for Head Coach Tracy Parker … A two-time All-Southeastern District selection … Lettered in baseball as well … Named Second-Team All-Southeastern District as a designated hitter in 2007 … A member of the Beta Club … A Virginian Pilot Scholastic Achievement Award winner … Received VHSL Academic Excellence Award and NRHS certificate of Academic Excellence … Graduated fourth in his high school class … Personal: Son of Jim and Debbie Topping … Brother, Justin, is currently playing baseball at VMI … Born on March 31, 1990 in Portsmouth, Va.

Comes into the season as the squad’s starting middle linebacker … One of the top freshman linebackers in the nation last season … Possesses outstanding football instincts and has a nose for the ball … Has a great motor and plays the game at a fast pace … Should challenge for postseason honors … Outstanding work ethic has resulted in positive gains in the winter conditioning program, where he established personal best in clean (343lbs), squat (500lbs) and vertical jump (33 inches) … 2008: Started all 11 games, seven at outside linebacker and the other four at inside linebacker … Ranked second on the team with 76 tackles … Also finished the year with 6.5 tackles for a loss, 0.5 sacks, an interception, four pass breakups and two forced fumbles … Led the conference in tackles among freshmen with 6.9 per game … Figure ranked 10th in the league among all linebackers … Recorded a season-high 13 tackles (nine solo), a tackle for a loss, a forced fumble and an interception in the victory against Rhode Island … Honored as the CAA Rookie of the Week following the effort versus the Rams … Equaled a season-high with 13 tackles (12 solo) in the win against Northeastern … Posted nine tackles (seven solo) with 1.5 tackles for a loss versus Villanova … Also registered nine tackles at James Madison … Tallied six tackles (five solo) and forced a fumble in the triumph against Norfolk State … Had 1.5 tackles for a loss and a half sack in the victory versus VMI … Recorded tackles for a loss at N.C. State and against Richmond … 2007: Scout team linebacker … Archbishop Spalding: Led head coach Mike Whittles’ squad to an undefeated 11-0 season and No. 4 state ranking as a senior … Named First-Team All-Met linebacker by the Washington Post and First-Team All-Met tailback by the Baltimore Sun … Awarded county defensive player of the year honors by the Washington Post and offensive player of the year honors by the Baltimore Sun … Named best player in the county by Anne Arundel coaches with the Rhodes Memorial Trophy and a consensus all-state pick at linebacker … Recorded 117 total tackles with three forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries, including one returned 68 yards for a touchdown … Rushed for 1,096 yards and 11 touchdowns … Earned MIAA B First-Team All-Conference honors and Baltimore Sun and Washington Post all-county honors as both a junior and senior … Named best player in the county, offensive player of the year and firstteam all-county honors by the Capital-Gazette … Personal: Son of Robert and Lisa Trantin … Father played football and was a member of the track team at Coe College … Nephew of former NFL head coach Marty Schottenheimer … Cousin, Kurt Kittner, played quarterback at Illinois … Enjoys working out and hanging out with friends … Majoring in history … Born on December 2, 1988 in Fort Campbell, Ky.

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Enters fall listed as the starting right guard … Will be counted on to provide offensive front with a physical, intense presence … Forced to miss spring drills with a shoulder injury, but should be back in full health for start of fall camp … Good size and toughness … A converted defensive tackle who brings the offensive front good size, footwork and strength … 2008: Made the transition from defensive tackle to offensive guard during the fall and worked his was into game action … 2007: Appeared in 10 games, earning two starts … Racked up 21 tackles on the season … Had a season-high four tackles against Maine … Recorded three tackles against JMU, Richmond, Delaware and VMI … Had one assisted sack in the game against VMI for a two-yard loss … 2006: Redshirted as a scout team defensive lineman … Also spent time on the team’s travel squad … Earned scout team defensive player of the week award … Matoaca High School: Two-year letterwinner as an offensive and defensive lineman for coach Pat Manuel … Helped lead team to a AAA Central Regional Championship as a senior … Hugh O’Bryan Youth Leadership Alumni award winner … Played in summer baseball league as outfielder … Volunteer for Special Olympics and a mentor for at-risk ninth graders … Member of the National Honor Society … Personal: Son of Patrick and Andree Toon … Enjoys playing guitar and working out … Plans to major in art with a minor in computer science … Born on May 23, 1988 in Lakenheath, England.

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Offensive Line Junior • 6-3 • 288 Chester, Va. Matoaca

Trantin’s Career Defensive Statistics G/S T A Total TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds FF FR/Yds INT/Yds PBU QBH Blk 11/11 48 28 76 6.5/17 0.5/4 2 0/0 1/0 4 1 0

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Offensive Line R-Freshman • 6-3 • 308 Chesapeake, Va. Great Bridge

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Defensive Back Sophomore • 5-10 • 177 Louisa, Va. Louisa County

adam

terrell

WARACK

WELLS

Developing young line prospect … 2008: Redshirted as scout team defensive lineman … Great Bridge High School: A three-year starter at Great Bridge … A First-Team All-South Hampton Roads choice in 2007 … A four-time VHSL Outstanding Academic Achievement winner … A team co-captain as a senior … Named an outstanding athlete at the Colonial All-Pro Football Camp in 2007 … Anchored the offensive line for the highest passing offense in the Tidewater area … Helped Great Bridge back to the state playoffs for the first time in 14 years … A member of the National Honor Society, Latin Club and Eagle Scouts … Received the Great Bridge Academic Award all four years … An honor roll and national honor roll student … Personal: Son of Mark and Karen Warack … Father and grandfather, Chris, played football at the Air Force Academy … Grandfather, Chris, was a member of the 1959 Air Force team that received a bid to the Cotton Bowl … Born on August 30, 1989 in Del Rio, Texas.

Defensive Back R-Freshman • 5-11 • 160 Newport News, Va. Warwick

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b.w.

WEBB One of the team’s top young players who enters fall as top reserve at field corner … A cover corner who has good hips and ball skills … A fluid athlete who could also contribute on special teams … Very explosive player who set team’s position record for vertical jump (38 inches) and has a personal best squat of 410lbs … 2008: Member of travel squad but did not see any game action … Warwick High School: Two-year starter at defensive back and wide receiver at Warwick for Head Coach Stan Sexton … Played safety and corner during scholastic career … Also was team’s return specialist … Had seven career interceptions, two of which were returned for scores … Averaged 18.2 yards/attempt on punt returns as a senior and returned three for scores … Tabbed as team’s ‘shut-down’ corner … First-Team All-Peninsula District as a defensive back (2007) … Earned honorable mention distinction as a junior … Also a standout track athlete at Warwick with a career best time of 6.6 in the 55m dash … Excelled in triple jump and long jump as well … Named to the All-America Team in track … Letterman in basketball … Personal: Son of Avis and William Webb …Planning to major in Kinesiology… Born on May 3, 1990 in Newport News, Va.

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Rebounded from season-ending elbow injury in 2008 to earn starting boundary corner duties entering fall … Smart, consistent player who possesses excellent technique … A great tackler who boasts good speed and athleticism … Great ball skills … Outstanding in man coverage … Good burst out of cuts … Will also contribute on special teams … 2008: Appeared in three games before receiving redshirt with season-ending elbow injury … Finished the season with three tackles, a tackle for a loss and a pass breakup … Made a solo tackle in games against N.C. State, VMI and Norfolk State … 2007: Saw action in all 11 games as a reserve cornerback and special teams performer … Contributed 13 total tackles … Had a career-high three solo tackles vs. Towson … Scored a touchdown after 28-yard fumble recovery return in first career game vs. Delaware … Louisa County High School: Earned AP First-Team All-state and all-region honors under head coach Mark Fischer after leading Louisa to a 13-1 record, its first Region II Championship and first appearance in the AA state title game … Named all-area cornerback by Free Lance-Star … Tallied 38 total tackles with six interceptions and 11 pass break-ups … Rushed for 549 yards and nine touchdowns and hauled in 12 catches for 254 yards and another score … Totaled 68 points in 14 games … Also earned all-district honors and was an all-region selection as a junior … Four-year letterwinner and three-time all-district and all-region selection in track … Served as vice president of the National Honor Society … Personal: Son of Janice and Curtis Wells … A member of Project Dream on campus … Interested in media productions and substitute teaching … Enjoys playing basketball and spending time with friends … Majoring in Kinesiology… Born on December 11, 1988 in Charlottesville, Va.

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YOUNT Young defensive end who will look to continue development in fall … 2008: Redshirted as scout team defensive end … Robert E. Lee High School: A three-year letterwinner for head coach Rob Everett at Robert E. Lee … Played primarily tight end, defensive end and long snapper in high school … Earned First-Team All-Patriot District honors at defensive end as a senior … Was an honorable mention all-region choice for Northern Virginia at defensive end … Also earned Second-Team All-Patriot District honors at tight end as a senior … Garnered Robert E. Lee Lineman of the Year honors as a senior … An honorable mention All-Patriot District selection at tight end as a junior … A two-year captain at Robert E. Lee … Personal: Son of Mike and Diane Yount … Born April 11, 1990.

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Converted from tailback to cornerback and made smooth transition … Should challenge for reps with continued development … Good ball skills … Will also contribute on special teams … 2008: Appeared in eight games and totaled one rush for two yards and one reception for three yards … Both the carry and reception came in the season opener at N.C. State … 2007: Redshirted as scout team tailback … Holy Innocents School: Two-year team captain and letterwinner for head coach Ryan Livezey … Voted team’s most outstanding running back … Named the Northside Fulton Prep Club offensive player of the year … All-Northside selection by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution … Honor roll student-athlete … Holds school records in the 100m, 200m and 400m and ran on the school-record holding 4x100 and 4x400 sprint medley teams … Also lettered two years in baseball where he won a state championship … Member of Model UN and the Peoples Club and served as a student guide … Personal: Son of Ralph and Margul Woolfolk … Brother, Ralph, is a catcher at Morehouse College … Enjoys playing video games … A member of Project Dream on campus … Planning to major in Kinesiology … Fan of the Atlanta Braves … Born on June 8, 1989 in Atlanta, Ga.

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Defensive Back Sophomore • 5-11 • 191 Atlanta, Ga. Holy Innocents

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Paul Amakihe LB • 6-3 • 194 Manalapan, N.J. • Freehold Township

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Prep: Two-year letterwinner at Freehold Township High School for head coach Dominick Lepore … Named to the All-Freehold Regional District Team as a senior … Also selected to the All-Shore American Division First Team and earned Third-Team All-Monmouth County accolades … Garnered All-Eastern Region honors from New Jersey Sports … Played in the Monmouth County All-Star Game … Finished his senior season with 75 total tackles, six sacks, 25 tackles for a loss and a forced fumble … Served as a team captain … Also lettered in basketball … Personal: Son of Sally Quartey … Born on February 16, 1991 in Newark, N.J.

Robert Asmar TE • 6-3 • 219 Alexandria, Va. • St. Stephens & St. Agnes Prep: Three-year letterwinner as a tight end and defensive back for head coach David Holm at St. Stephens and St. Agnes School … Earned first-team all-state and garnered all-district honors … Selected as All-DC Sports Fan honoree … Totaled 15 receptions for 275 yards and four touchdowns as a senior … Also earned four letters in track and field and was a letterwinner as a center on the basketball team … Member of the Dean’s List and served as the vice president … Personal: Son of Joseph and Tina Asmar … Plans to major in business … Born on October 18, 1990 in Brooklyn, N.Y.

Neil Bishop WR • 6-2 • 159 Winchester, Va. • Millbrook Prep: Three-year letterwinner as a wide receiver and defensive back at Millbrook for head coach Reed Prosser … Selected honorable mention all-state and second-team all-region as a wide receiver in ’08 after totaling 35 catches for 790 yards … Chosen first-team alldistrict on both sides of the ball as a senior … Served as a team captain in ’08 … Four-year letterwinner in track and earned all-district, all-region and all-state honors as a sprinter … Also earned a letter in basketball and was a member of the AA state championship team in 2008 … Earned the Coach’s Award in track and basketball … Member of the National Honor Society and DECA … Personal: Son of Stephen and Joyce Bishop … Plans to major in accounting … Born on December 28, 1990 in Winchester, Va.

Joey Brady WR • 6-2 • 190 Pembroke Pines, Fla. • Everglades/Air Force Air Force: Member of the practice team during his freshman season … Prep: Four-year letterwinner as a wide receiver for head coaches Mike Palmieri and Josh Shapiro at Everglades … Garnered honorable mention all-state (6-A) honors as a senior after recording 21 receptions for 419 yards and three touchdowns … Earned Sun Sentinel All-Broward accolades … Also a Miami Herald All-Broward honoree … Chosen to play in the Broward County All-Star Game … Nominee for south Florida’s Brian Piccolo Award … Received team’s Gator Award … BCAA Scholar Athlete … Voted as best all-around by his class … Member of Best Buddies and Gator Fraternity … Personal: Son of Joe and Jodi Brady … Father played football at Clemson … Plans to major in kinesiology … Born on September 23, 1989 in Pembroke Pines, Fla.

Brent Caprio QB • 6-1 • 221 Somers Point, N.J. • Mainland Prep: Three-year starter at Mainland High School for head coach Bob Coffey … Compiled a 27-7 record and finished career with school records in passing yards (4,298), passing touchdowns (46) and rushing touchdowns (42) … Totaled 1,888 rushing yards during his career … Earned a Mini-Maxwell Award in ’08 … Won the Jim Henry Award, honoring the area’s top high school player, as a senior … Served as a team captain as a senior and was selected first-team all-state and first-team all-league after leading Mainland H.S. to an undefeated season and a South Jersey Section IV title … Selected first-team all-state by the Newark

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Star-Ledger … Garnered first-team Atlantic City Press honors … Completed 140-of-223 passes for a school-record 2,065 yards and 27 touchdowns as a senior … Also rushed for 890 yards on 159 carries with 21 touchdowns … Completed 94-of-176 passes for 1,297 yards and threw 13 touchdowns as a junior … Also totaled 474 yards and 12 touchdowns on the ground … Selected to the Atlantic City Press First Team in ’07 … Also second-team All-Cape-Atlantic League honoree and earned second-team South Jersey Group IV honors … As a sophomore, he passed for 911 yards and seven touchdowns while rushing for 534 yards and nine touchdowns … Named second-team all-league in ’06 and was an honorable mention selection by the Press of Atlantic City … Also lettered twice in baseball and once in basketball … Member of the National Honor Society and D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) … Personal: Son of Mark and Brenda Caprio … Plans to major in business … Born on November 4, 1990 in Somers Point, N.J.

Ben Casper CB • 6-1 • 218 Centreville, Va. • Westfield Prep: Two-year starter as a linebacker and fullback at Westfield for head coach Tom Verbanic … Served as a captain during senior season and totaled 125 tackles … Helped team win the Virginia AAA Division 6 State Championship in 2007 … Received the 2009 Bulldog Award … Also earned a pair of letters as a midfielder in lacrosse and helped the team finish as the state runner-up in 2007 … Earned honor roll distinction numerous times … Personal: Son of Steve and Syluie Casper … Plans to major in mathematics … Born on October 9, 1990 in Hinsdale, Ill.

Jerome Couplin III DB • 6-1 • 183 Upper Marlboro, Md. • Bishop McNamara Prep: Two-year letterwinner as a wide receiver and safety for head coach Bryce Bevill at Bishop McNamara … Earned all-state honorable mention accolades at wide receiver in ’08 … Also garnered first-team all-county and all-conference honors as a senior … Washington Post All-Met Honorable Mention selection … Also earned honorable mention honors from The Capital Newspaper (Annapolis, Md.) … Chosen to the All-DCSportsfan First Team … Registered 685 receiving yards and six touchdowns in ’08 … Also totaled 67 tackles, two sacks and an interception as a defensive back … Member of the nationally-ranked Bishop McNamara basketball team … Earned all-conference honors with the track team as a triple jumper … Member of the National Honor Society, the Science National Honor Society and the FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) … Recipient of the University of Rochester George Eastman Young Leaders Award … Won the Outstanding Achievement Award in Sports Medicine … Served as a student ambassador and is a peer minister … Personal: Son of Jerome Couplin Jr., and Adrienne Montague … Plans to major in physical therapy … Born on August 31, 1991 in Washington, D.C.

Matt Crisafi OL • 6-4 • 302 Marietta, Ga. • Blessed Trinity Prep: Three-year starter as an offensive and defensive lineman at Blessed Trinity High School for head coach Rick Turner … Played for the North squad in the GACA North-South Georgia High School All-Star Game as a senior … Earned first-team all-state (Class AA) honors by the Atlanta Journal Constitution … Selected first-team All-North Fulton County as a junior and a senior … Second-team All-North Fulton County as a sophomore … Served as a team captain as a senior Beaconcast.com All-County accolades as senior … Totaled 33 pancake blocks and graded out at 90 percent as a senior … Recipient of the team’s St. Sebastian Award as a senior … Was a 2008 Georgia High School Football Magazine Preseason All-State selection … Recorded 30 pancake blocks in ’07 …Member of the National Honor Society … Earned the Theology Award as a sophomore and garnered the Best Business Project Award as a junior … Personal: Son of Frank and Diane Crisafi … Grandfather, Frank Crisafi played D-I football at Western Reserve University … Plans to major in finance … Born on October 4, 1990 in Atlanta, Ga.

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Prep: Three-year starter as an offensive lineman at Cathedral Prep for head coach Don Holl … Served as a team captain during his senior season … Earned first-team all-region and all-district honors as a senior … Graded as the team’s top lineman in eight of 11 games in ’08 … Played in GE Global Challenge Bowl in Kawasaki, Japan following the ’08 season … A first-team all-region selection as a junior and a second-team all-region honoree as a sophomore … Helped lead team to the District 10 title as a sophomore and a junior … Also lettered in wrestling and hockey … Member of the Key Club … Personal: Son of Randy and Denise Faipler … First cousin Jeff Dugan plays tight end/fullback for the Minnesota Vikings … Plans to major in business … Born on May 3, 1991 in Erie, Pa.

Prep:Two-year letterman and two-year starter at Courtland High School for head coach J.C. Hall … Served as a team captain in ’08 … Earned first-team All-Battlefield District honors as a senior … Also selected to the all-region team and was second-team all-state … Chosen to the Free Lance-Star All-Area Team … Helped team earn two Battlefield District championships and reach the playoffs three times … Four-year letterwinner in track and field and was selected to the Fredericksburg Freelance-Star All-Area track team as a junior … Won the state championship in shot put in ’09 … Served as the FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) president for two years … Finished among the top 20 nationally in Technical Computer applications at SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Championships … Personal: Son of Samuel and Kimberly Johnson … Cousin, Bo Johnson, played basketball at Colorado … Plans to major in computer science … Born on August 14, 1991 in Fairfax, Va.

Michael Graham QB • 6-4 • 224 Charlottesville, Va. • Monticello Prep: Three-year letterwinner as a quarterback, wide receiver and defensive end at Monticello for head coach Brad Bicknell … Earned first-team all-district and second-team allregion honors … Served as a team captain as a senior and was selected as the team’s MVP and the CVA Offensive Player of the Year … Finished his career with 4,500 yards passing and 47 touchdowns … Also rushed for 12 scores … Holds the school’s career record for best completion percentage and fewest interceptions in a season … Earned three letters in basketball as a power forward and one letter in track and field … Member of the National Honor Society and the Sport Management Honor Society … Personal: Son of Steve Graham and Maryann Gregg … Father played basketball for North Carolina State … Brother, Daniel Graham, played basketball at Stony Brook … Plans to major in business … Born on November 11, 1990 in Port Charlotte, Fla.

Takeo “TK” Hester DB • 5-9 • 175 Richmond, Va. • Varina Prep: Three-year starter and four-year letterwinner as a wide receiver and defensive back at Varina High School for head coach Stu Brown … Garnered first-team all-region honors as a senior after earning second-team distinction as a junior … Two-time first-team alldistrict honoree … Named second-team All-Metro as a senior … Served as team captain and garnered team MVP honors as a senior … Recipient of the Rivalry Series U.S. Marine Scholarship Award … Totaled 82 tackles, five sacks and four interceptions (all returned for touchdowns) in ’08 … Recorded two interceptions as a junior … Helped lead team to a pair of district and regional championships during his career … Helped team earn a 31-5 record during his three seasons as a starter … Also earned four letters in track and one in basketball … Honor Roll student … Served as the Forensics Club President from 2006-09 and was a journalist for the school newspaper … Personal: Son of Richard Hester and Tomiko Hester-Moses … Plans to major in economics … Born on February 16, 1991 in Richmond, Va.

James Johnson III OL/DT • 6-1 • 299 Covington, Ga. • Eastside Prep: Three-year letterwinner as an offensive and defensive lineman at Eastside for head coach Rick Hurst … Earned all-region, all-county and all-area honors as a senior after totaling 40 pancake blocks … Selected as the team’s most valuable offensive lineman in 2008 … Chosen as the Atlanta Touchdown Club Lineman of the Week once as a senior … Garnered all-county accolades in ’07 after recording 33 pancake blocks … Elected as president of student government in 2008-09 … Also served as the treasurer of student government the prior academic year … DECA vice president, member o Men of Distinction, concert band and an honor roll student … Personal: Son of Horace and Michelle Johnson … Plans to major in business … Born on February 3, 1991 in Atlanta, Ga.

NEWCOMER PROFILES

Samuel Johnson II DE • 6-1 • 250 Fredericksburg, Va. • Courtland

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Jason Faipler OL • 6-4 • 271 Erie, Pa. • Cathedral Prep

Zachery Johnson DE • 6-2 • 218 Norfolk, Va. • Norfolk Academy Prep: Three-year letterwinner as a linebacker, defensive lineman and offensive lineman at Norfolk Academy for head coach Mike Skinner … Earned all-state and all-conference honors as a senior after totaling 70 total tackles, three sacks, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries… Served as a team captain in ’08 and was selected as the team’s MVP … Garnered honorable mention all-state accolades as well as all-conference distinction as a junior … Also earned four letters in track and field as a thrower and one letter in wrestling … Won first place in a Film Festival during his junior year … Personal: Son of Kelly and Candace Johnson … Father played safety at Montana … Cousin, Billy Andrews, was a linebacker in the NFL for the Cleveland Browns and Kansas City Chiefs … Born on June 27, 1990 in Orange Park, Fla.

Drake Kuhn K • 5-10 • 170 Williamsburg, Va. • Lafayette Prep: Four-year letterwinner as a kicker and punter at Lafayette for head coach Paul Wheeler … First-team all-state and all-region selection as a punter … Two-time all-district selection as a kicker and punter … Chosen to the Daily Press All-Star Team … Also named to the All-Virginia Gazette Team … Averaged 42 yards per punt … Earned four letters in soccer as a goalkeeper and a pair of letters in indoor track as a sprinter … Garnered all-state accolades in soccer twice … Honored as the 2009 Lafayette H.S. Outstanding Male Athlete of the Year … Selected to the Athletic Honor Roll 10 times … Served as high school class president twice and was the Student Body President as a senior … Extracurricular activities included the National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta National Math Honor Society, Project Out Reach (Club Reporter) and Key Club … Earned Principal’s Leadership Award … Active in Boy Scouts and was an Eagle Scout and Troop Leadership Award Winner … Personal: Son of C. William and Kathy Kuhn … Plans to major in business … Born on October 29, 1990 in Williamsburg, Va.

Callen Larus OL • 6-3 • 262 Midlothian, Va. • Midlothian Prep: Three-year starter as a center at Midlothian for head coach Dave Cooper … Earned all-district honors and was a academic all-district selection … Honored as the team’s most outstanding lineman … Also earned two letters in wrestling and ranked No. 1 in the region and No. 8 in the state … Five-time school scholar-athlete … Richmond Times-Dispatch scholar-athlete nominee … Member of the National Honor Society … Personal: Son of Steven and Corinne Larus … Father was a D-III All-American at Emory and Henry College and signed as a free agent with the New England Patriots … Born on January 29, 1991 in King of Prussia, Pa.

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Grayson Orsini LB • 6-1 • 222 Virginia Beach, Va. • Frank W. Cox

four sacks … An all-region selection as a defensive lineman … Member of the National Honor Society and BETA … Foreign Language Club President … Personal: Son of Stacie Havens … Plans to major in biology … Born on October 1, 1990 in Morristown, Tenn.

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Prep: Four-year letterwinner as a defensive and offensive lineman at Frank W. Cox for head coach Steve Allosso … Earned the Coach’s Award as a senior … Also earned four letters on the track and field team as a thrower (shot put/discus) … Served as the president and secretary with Model United Nations … Served as the treasurer and secretary with the World Affairs Club … On the executive boards of the National Honor Society and Student Government … Enjoys history, current events, surfing and paintball … Personal: Son of Tom and Pam Orsini … Father played football at Temple … Numerous uncles played collegiate football: Ron Orsini (Princeton), Steve Orsini (Notre Dame), Mike Orsini (Penn State) … Grandfather, Anthony Orsini played football at Penn State … Plans to major in international relations … Born on May 3, 1990 in Virginia Beach, Va.

Andy Palomo OL • 6-2 • 260 Miami, Fla. • Ransom Everglades Prep: Chosen to the All-Dade County First Team by the Miami Herald as a defensive lineman … Honored as the team’s most valuable lineman … Served as the class treasurer … Enjoys golfing and fishing … Personal: Son of Andres and Lee Ann Palomo … Plans to major in physics … Born on June 3, 1990 in Miami, Fla.

Scott Schneider TE • 6-4 • 221 Doylestown, Pa. • Central Bucks East Prep: Three-year starter as a tight end and defensive end at Central Bucks East for head coach Tim Michael … Served as a team captain and earned the Coach’s Award in ’08 after averaging 13.1 yards per catch and totaling 37 tackles and a pair of sacks … Selected to the All-Intelligencer Second Team and to the Bucks County Lions Club All-Star Team … Suburban One League AAAA honorable mention selection in 2007 … Also earned two letters as a center on the basketball team … Member of the National Honor Society and the National Society of High School Scholars … Received the West Point Society of Philadelphia Outstanding Leader Award … Personal: Son of Jon and Wendy Schneider … Brother, Kurt Schneider, played football at Bucknell, while uncle, Paul Szymanski, played football at Virginia … Plans to major in business … Born on January 14, 1991 in Doylestown, Pa.

Quincey September WR • 6-3 • 192 Kwazula Natal, South Africa • Saint Anne’s Belfield Prep: Three-year letterwinner at St. Anne’s Belfield School for head coach John Blake … Played linebacker, wide receiver, running back and kick returner … Earned First-Team AllState honors as a senior and was chosen as the State Defensive Player of the Year … Also chosen as the Daily Progress All-Central Virginia Defensive Player of the Year and the ODFC Defensive Player of the Year in ’08 … Earned first-team All-ODFC honors … Totaled 133 tackles, 23 tackles for a loss, six sacks and an interception as a senior … Chosen as the ODFC Defensive Player of the Year in ’07 after registering 85 tackles, 10 tackles for a loss and eight sacks … All-State honoree in ’07 … Helped lead team to the state finals in ’08 and claim back-to-back state titles in ’06 and ’07 … Earned letters with the basketball and track teams … Personal: Son of Angela September … Born on Sept. 26, 1990.

Mike Smith FB • 6-0 • 216 Amelia, Va. • Amelia County Prep: Three-year letterwinner as a halfback and defensive lineman at Amelia County for head coach Troy Taylor … Earned first-team all-district honors on both sides of the ball in ’08 after totaling 17 catches for 223 yards and four touchdowns to go with 67 tackles and four sacks … Also earned all-region distinction as a tight end and a defensive lineman during senior season … Selected as the 2008 All-State Good Hands Award Team Defensive Lineman of the Year … Garnered first-team all-district honors on both sides of the ball in ’07 after totaling 23 catches for 367 yards and five touchdowns to go with 56 tackles and

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Trevor Springman OL • 6-4 • 278 Lansdowne, Va. • Stone Bridge Prep: Two-year letterman as an offensive and defensive lineman at Stone Bridge for head coach Mickey Thompson … Selected to the all-state first team by the VHSL and the Associated Press as a senior … Also garnered first-team all-district and all-region accolades in ’08 … Washington Post All-Met Honorable Mention and Washington Post All-Extra First Team honoree … Named to the TCC Gameday All-Star Team … Chosen as the team’s offensive lineman of the year … Helped SBHS average more than 40 points a game in ’08 … Helped team post a 13-0 record during senior season before losing in the state semifinals … Threeyear letterwinner in track in field and owns the school record in shot put … Earned the SBHS Student-Athlete Award multiple times … Co-founder of the Psychology Club … Personal: Son of Michael and Tracey Springman … Plans to major in math/computer science … Born on July 19, 1991 in Torrance, Calif.

Bryan Stinnie DL • 6-4 • 230 Troy, Va. • Saint Anne’s Belfield Prep: Three-year starter as a defensive and offensive lineman at St. Anne’s Belfield School for head coach John Blake … A First-Team Virginia Independent Schools selection in ’08 as a defensive end and offensive tackle … Also earned first-team all-conference honors on both sides of the ball as a senior … First-team all-region on defense and second-team all-region on offense in ’08 … Played in nine of 11 games as a senior, totaling 72 tackles, eight tackles for a loss and seven sacks … Also registered 60 pancake blocks as an offensive lineman … Led team to DII state title game in ’08 … Selected first-team all-state, allregion and all-district as both a defensive end and offensive tackle in ’07 … Recorded 65 tackles, 10 tackles for a loss, six sacks and an interception as a junior … Helped team win back-to-back state championships in 2006 and 2007 … Named to the All-Combine team at an event held in North Carolina … Had an offer from Duke and was recruited by numerous D-I programs … Earned two letters on the basketball team … Personal: Son of Phil and Julia Stinnie … Father was a third-round draft pick by the New York Knicks … Plans to major in business … Born on January 18, 1990 in Charlottesville, Va.

Dexter Strong OL • 6-3 • 276 Ashburn, Va. • Stone Bridge Prep: Three-year letterwinner as an offensive tackle at Stone Bridge for head coach Mickey Thompson … Garnered all-district honorable mention accolades as a senior … Selected to the Athletic Honor Roll from 2006-08 … Member of the National Honor Society … President and founder of the Psychology Club … Enjoys playing the guitar, music, video games, reading and lifting weights … Personal: Son of Tom and Molly Strong … Plans to major in psychology … Born on March 23, 1990 in Annapolis, Md.

Nick Zaremba DL • 6-2 • 240 Fredericksburg, Va. • Stafford Prep: Two-year letterwinner as a defensive and offensive lineman at Stafford for head coach Chad Lewis … Served as a captain during senior season … Garnered Outstanding Lineman Award … Earned Commonwealth District All-Academic Award … Finished the ’08 season with 59 tackles … Played three years of varsity baseball as a first baseman and an outfielder … Also competed in track and field … Served as a Committee Chair with the National Honor Society … Other extracurricular activities included the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, DECA and various church activities … Enjoys fishing and boating … Personal: Son of Richard and Amelia Zaremba … Plans to major in business … Born on March 20, 1990 in Fredericksburg, Va.

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2008 Season Honor Roll

2008 SEASON RECAP REVIEW

The Sports Network All-America Team Adrian Tracy, DE - Honorable Mention Jonathan Grimes, KR - Honorable Mention College Sporting News All-America Team Adrian Tracy, DE - Honorable Mention Jonathan Grimes, RB/KR - Honorable Mention Freshman of the Year All-CAA Football Conference TTeam Selections Adrian Tracy, DE - First Team Jonathan Grimes, RB - Second Team KR - First Team Offensive Rookie of the Year Brian Pate, PK - First Team Derek Cox, CB - Second Team Rob Varno, TE - Second Team Jake Phillips, QB - Third Team D.J. McAulay, WR - Third Team Josh Rutter, LB - Third Team David Miller, P - Third Team All-ECAC Adrian Tracy, DE Jonathan Grimes, RB/KR and Rookie of the Year CAA Football Academic All-Conference Team Luke Hiteshew, OL Eric O’Brien, OL Brian Pate, PK Thomas Schonder, RB

A LOOK BACK 2008 SEASON REVIEW

The Sports Network National Special Teams Player of the Week Jonathan Grimes - Oct. 6 CAA Offensive Player of the Week Jake Phillips - Oct. 13 CAA Defensive Player of the Week Adrian Tracy - Sept. 22 Josh Rutter - Oct. 20

2008 Tribe Football Results Overall: 7-4 CAA: 5-3 Final National Ranking: 20th Date Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 14 Nov. 22

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Home: 4-2

Opponent at N.C. State VMI Norfolk State #14 Villanova at #4 New Hampshire at Delaware Rhode Island at Towson Northeastern at #1 James Madison #6 Richmond

Away: 3-2 Location Raleigh, N.C. Williamsburg, Va. Williamsburg, Va. Williamsburg, Va. Durham, N.H. Newark, Del. Williamsburg, Va. Towson, Md. Williamsburg, Va. Harrisonburg, Va. Williamsburg, Va.

Result L, 34-24 W, 52-17 W, 42-12 L, 38-28 W, 38-34 W, 27-3 W, 34-24 W, 34-14 W, 38-17 L, 48-24 L, 23-20 (OT)

Attendance 56,694 10,624 10,152 10,632 13,255 21,949 9,383 3,168 8,231 14,330 9,405

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CAA Special Teams Player of the Week Jonathan Grimes - Oct. 6 Brian Pate - Oct. 27 Derek Cox - Nov. 10 CAA Rookie of the Week Jonathan Grimes - Sept. 15, Oct. 6, Nov. 10 Jake Trantin - Oct. 27 All-State (VaSID) Adrian Tracy, DE - First Team Derek Cox, CB - First Team Brian Pate, PK - First Team Rob Varno, TE - Second Team David Miller, P - Second Team


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Scoring Summary Qtr Team 1st NCSU 2nd NCSU 3rd W&M 3rd NCSU 3rd W&M 4th NCSU 4th NCSU 4th NCSU 4th W&M 4th W&M

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W&M 16 33-115 37-19-2 188 303 70 3-2 5-17 3-15 2-19 29:56

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (9/13/08) -- The Tribe earned its 23rd consecutive victory against Virginia Military Institute with a 52-17 win in its home opener at Zable Stadium. W&M piled up 570 yards of total offense, including 398 yards on the ground. Additionally, the College’s defense limited the Keydets to just 25 yards passing and 13 first downs. Sophomore running back Terrence Riggins led W&M’s ground attack with a career-high 180 yards on 15 carries (12.0 yards per rush), while true freshman running back Jonathan Grimes scored two touchdowns and rushed for 97 yards on five carries (19.4 yards per rush). Senior quarterback Jake Phillips threw for three touchdowns and finished the contest completing 13 of his 18 passes for a game-high 172 yards. The Warm Springs, Va., native also accounted for a rushing touchdown and totaled 49 yards on the ground on four carries. Junior tight end Rob Varno, senior wide receiver Elliott Mack and junior wide out D.J. McAulay all hauled in touchdown receptions for the Tribe. After turning the ball over on its first two possessions, the Tribe scored the contest’s initial points when Grimes earned his first-career touchdown with a 29-yard run late in the first quarter. Following a VMI turnover, Phillips completed a 21-yard touchdown pass to Varno in the right side of the end zone that put the Tribe ahead, 14-0, with 13:28 left in the second quarter. Both teams added field goals late in the first half. W&M put the game away with a pair of touchdowns in the opening 1:26 of the second half, as Grimes scored on a 12-yard scamper and Phillips recorded a 19-yard touchdown run. The College’s final two scores came via an 11-yard touchdown pass from Phillips to Mack and an 11-yard touchdown own run by sophomore running back TTom Schonder late in the fourth quarter.

VMI William and Mary

Score Brown 3 run (Czajkowski kick) Williams 22 pass from Beck (Czajkowski kick) Pate 43 field goal Bryan 1 pass from Beck (Czajkowski kick) McAulay 30 pass from Phillips (Czajkowski kick) Czajkowski 39 field goal Czajkowski 33 field goal Underwood 10 run (Czajkowski kick) Cox 45 INT return McAulay 25 pass from Archer

Time 3:59 0:34 11:47 5:18 3:08 14:54 13:29 7:48 5:56 0:20

NCSU 11 30-67 36-21-2 258 325 66 1-0 2-16 7-58 3-25 30:04

Rushing - W& W&M &M: Riggins 12-51, Grimes 8-30, Archer 3-26, Phillips 9-6, Woolfolk 1-2. NCSU: Brown 17-43 (TD), Underwood 9-29 (TD), Beck 2-6, Team 1-<1>, Evans 1-<10>. Passing - W& W&M &M: Phillips 30-15-2, 139 (TD), Archer 7-4-0, 49 (TD). NCSU: Beck 25-17-1 (2TD), Evans 11-4-1. Receiving - W& W&M &M: McAulay 6-99 (2TD), Hill 4-45, Grimes 4-5, Varno 3-31, Riggins 1-5, Woolfolk 1-3. NCSU: Spencer 5-82, Bryan 5-41 (TD), Graham 3-78, James 2-9, Brown 2-9, Williams 1-22 (TD), Underwood 1-10, Gentry 1-5, Kushner 1-2). Defense - W&M: Tracy 8 (7 solo, sack, TFL, PBU), Rutter 8 (5 solo, TFL), Caldwell 7 (4 solo, sack, TFL, PBU), Cox 5 (INT for TD, PBU), Pigram 5 (0.5 TFL), Alvarado 4 (TFL, PBU), Herbert 4 (1.5 TFL), Stover 3 (0.5 TFL), Steinman (0.5 TFL), Houff 2 (INT), Trantin 2 (TFL, PBU). Attendance: 56,694; Time: 3:15; Weather: 81, Partly Cloudy

Sept. 13, 2008 Zable Stadium • Williamsburg, Va.

Scoring Summary Qtr Team 1st W&M 2nd W&M 2nd W&M 2nd VMI 2nd W&M 3rd W&M 3rd W&M 3rd VMI 3rd VMI 3rd W&M 4th W&M

First Downs Rushes - Yards Att-Cmp-Int Pass Yards Total Offense Total Plays Fumbles - Lost 3rd Down Conv. Penalties - Yards Sacks by - Yards Time of Possession

1 0 7

2008 RESULTS

RALEIGH, N.C. (9/6/08) -- William and Mary outscored North Carolina State, 24-20, in the second half but fell to the Wolfpack in its season opener, 34-24. Junior wide receiver D.J. McAulay led the Tribe with a pair of touchdown grabs and finished the evening with a game-high six catches for 99 yards, while senior all-conference cornerback Derek Cox also provided a score with a 45-yard interception return for a touchdown. As a unit, the Tribe defense limited N.C. State to just 67 yards on the ground and held the Wolfpack to just 11 first downs. A interception by senior safety David Houff on the game’s initial series put the Tribe inside NCSU’s 20 yard line, but W&M was unable to put any points up when freshman running back Jonathan Grimes lost a fumble. Although the College trailed 14-0 at the half, W&M outgained NCSU in total yards, 103-79, and controlled the time of possession by more than three minutes. Additionally, the Tribe defense surrendered just three first downs, all of which occurred on the Wolfpack’s final possession of the half. The Tribe put up its first points of the game on the initial series of the second half when junior Brian Pate connected on a 43-yard field goal. Senior quarterback Jake Phillips completed 3-of-4 passes on the drive and had a pair of rushes for 14 yards to help set up the score. Following a NCSU touchdown, W&M answered with a six-play, 77-yard drive that culminated in a 30-yard touchdown strike from Jake Phillips to McAulay. While NCSU extended its lead to 34-10, W&M scored a pair of touchdowns late in the fourth quarter as Derek Cox returned an interception 45 yards for a score and backup quarterback R.J. Archer found McAulay open in the end zone during the final minute of play.

William and Mary N.C. State

William & Mary 52 VMI 17

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William & Mary 24 N.C. State 34

2 3 4 Final 3 14 0 17 17 21 7 52

Score Grimes 29 run (Pate kick) Varno 21 pass from Phillips (Pate Kick) McAulay 28 pass from Phillips (Pate Kick) Stevens 38 field goal Pate 42 field goal Grimes 12 run (Pate kick) Phillips 19 run (Pate kick) Maypray 64 run (Stevens kick) Hughes 6 run (Stevens kick) Mack 11 pass from Phillips (Pate kick) Schonder 11 run (Pate kick) VMI 13 57-262 6-3-0 25 287 63 3-2 7-16 9-74 1-5 33:10

Time 1:51 13:28 7:27 1:01 0:01 14:18 13:34 11:10 7:31 3:29 2:04

W&M 30 41-398 20-13-2 172 570 61 2-2 5-7 8-80 2-17 26:50

Rushing - W& W&M &M: Riggins 15-180, Grimes 5-97 (2TD), Schonder 7-54 (TD), Phillips 4-49 (TD), Archer 8-43, McAulay 1-5. VMI: Maypray 26-157 (TD), Abegesah 11-52, Itoka 6-37, Collins 3-25, Hughes 6-19 (TD), Jones 2-6, Rainey-Wiles 1-3. Passing - W& W&M &M: Phillips 18-13-2, 172 (3TD), Archer 2-0-0, 0. VMI: Maypray 2-2-0, Hughes 4-1-0. Receiving - W& W&M &M: Varno 4-60 (TD), Mack 4-42 (TD), McAulay 2-43 (TD), Grimes 2-15, Conyers 1-12. VMI: Maypray 1-12, Abegesah 1-8, Rainey-Wiles 1-5. Defense - W&M: Caldwell 10 (TFL, FF, FR), Cox 6 (5 solo, 2.0 TFL), Rutter 6 (FF, PBU), Trantin 4 (1.5 TFL, 0.5 sack, PBU, Tracy 4 (0.5 sack), Pulley 3 (sack), Francks 2 (FR). Attendance: 10,624; Time: 2:43; Weather: 91, Clear

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William & Mary 42 Norfolk State 12

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Sept. 20, 2008 Zable Stadium • Williamsburg, Va.

2008 RESULTS

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (9/20/08) -- Senior all-conference quarterback Jake Phillips threw four touchdown passes and the William and Mary defensive unit forced five turnovers to power the Tribe to a 42-12 victory against Norfolk State on Sept. 20 in front of 10,152 fans at Zable Stadium. True freshman running back Jonathan Grimes scored a pair of touchdowns for the second consecutive week, rushing for one and collecting a reception for the other score. Junior wide out D.J. McAulay hauled in two touchdown receptions and finished the contest with three catches for a game-high 80 yards. Senior returning all-conference wide receiver Elliott Mack also had a touchdown reception and registered four catches for 63 yards. In addition to causing five turnovers, the College’s defensive unit limited the Spartans to just 219 total yards (3.1 yards per play), including just 97 through the air. Additionally, W&M held NSU to just 11 first downs and allowed just three third-down conversions on 18 attempts. After forcing the Spartans to a three-and-out on the contest’s opening possession, the Tribe marched 74 yards on six plays for a touchdown to take an early 7-0 lead. Sophomore Terrence Riggins began the series with a 17-yard run and Grimes later punctuated the scoring drive with a 38-yard touchdown run down the left sideline. After NSU got on the scoreboard with a field goal later in the quarter, W&M answered with a touchdown when Grimes scored on a 20-yard pass from Phillips to go ahead, 14-3. W&M increased its lead in the final minute of the first half when junior David Caldwell returned a blocked 50-yard field goal attempt 66 yards for a touchdown. McAulay and Mack hauled in touchdown passes from Phillips during the first part of the third quarter to help push W&M’s lead to 35-3. The Tribe added its final score later in the quarter when Phillips hit McAulay on a 22-yard touchdown pass.

Norfolk State William and Mary Scoring Summary Qtr Team 1st W&M 1st NSU 1st W&M 2nd W&M 3rd W&M 3rd W&M 3rd NSU 3rd W&M 4th NSU

First Downs Rushes - Yards Att-Cmp-Int Pass Yards Total Offense Total Plays Fumbles - Lost 3rd Down Conv. Penalties - Yards Sacks by - Yards Time of Possession

1 3 14

NSU 11 34-122 36-14-4 97 219 70 2-1 3-18 12-115 2-4 32:35

Time 11:25 7:47 4:05 0:25 11:59 8:59 5:58 1:03 12:50

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (10/4/08) -- William and Mary and No. 14/16 Villanova combined for 66 points and 824 yards of total offense, but the Tribe fell to the Wildcats, 38-28, in its conference opener. Making his first career start, junior quarterback R.J. Archer stepped in for an injured Jake Phillips and threw for 307 yards and a touchdown. He also recorded a pair of touchdown runs. True freshman tailback Jonathan Grimes was outstanding yet again, as he accounted for a school-true freshman record 324 total yards, including 105 receiving yards and 161 returns yards. The featured part of Grimes’ afternoon was his 97-yard kick return for a score near the end of the first half. After Villanova raced out to a 35-0 lead late in the first half, Grimes’ big return with less than a minute left in the second quarter made the score 35-7 at the break. After forcing VU to a three-and-out on the first possession of the second half, W&M answered with a 75-yard touchdown drive that lasted just three plays and 41 seconds. The drive culminated in a 44-yard touchdown pass from Archer to senior Elliott Mack. Neither team scored during the remainder of the third quarter, but the Tribe found the end zone again early in the fourth quarter when Archer capped a slick eight-play, 52-yard march with a three-yard touchdown run. While VU added a field goal midway through the fourth quarter to increase its lead to 38-21, W&M responded with another touchdown run by Archer with 4:20 remaining in the contest. After forcing Villanova to punt on its next possession, the Tribe took over on its own 34 yard line with 2:00 remaining. However, Archer’s only interception of the contest ended the College’s comeback bid. 1 7 0

Scoring Summary Qtr Team 1st VU 2nd VU 2nd VU 2nd VU 2nd VU 2nd W&M 3rd W&M 4th W&M 4th VU 4th W&M

2 28 7

3 4 Final 0 3 38 7 14 28

Score Pimm 5 pass from Whitney (Marcoux kick) Doss 15 pass from Whitney (Marcoux kick) Ball 32 run (Marcoux kick) Whitney 1 run (Marcoux kick) Szczur 11 pass from Whitney (Marcoux kick) Grimes 97 kickoff return (Marcoux kick) Mack 44 pass from Archer (Pate kick) Archer 3 run (Pate kick) MARCOUX 23 field goal Archer 6 run (Pate kick)

First Downs Rushes - Yards Att-Cmp-Int Pass Yards Total Offense Total Plays Fumbles - Lost 3rd Down Conv. Penalties - Yards Sacks by - Yards Time of Possession

W&M 17 33-133 26-14-2 204 337 59 1-1 5-12 6-56 3-17 27:25

Rushing - W& W&M &M: Grimes 9-71 (TD), Riggins 4-30, Phillips 6-17, Holmes 6-7, Archer 1-6, Marriner 6-4. NSU: Brown 11-62, Hedgeman 10-31, Branche 12-30 (TD), Cotton 1-<1>. Passing - W& W&M &M: Phillips 26-14-2, 204 (4TD). NSU: Brown 32-13-3, 94, Merritt 4-1-1, 3. Receiving - W& W&M &M: Mack 4-63 (TD), McAulay 3-80 (2TD), Hill 3-22, Grimes 2-20 (TD), Marriner 1-12, Varno 1-7. NSU: Johnson 5-28, Walker 3-34, Hayden 2-16, Childress 2-4, Branche 1-9, Hedgeman 1-6. Defense - W&M: Tracy 6 (4 TFL, 1.5 sacks, blk), Trantin 6 (5 solo, FF), Pigram 6, O’Brien 6, Cox 4 (Int, PBU), Houff 3 (INT), Johnson 3 (3 PBU), Cottingham 2 (INT, FR), Herbert 2 (FF, TFL), Livingston (INT). Attendance: 10,152; Time: 2:58; Weather: 70, Cool and Cloudy

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No. 14/16 Villanova William and Mary

2 3 4 Final 0 7 2 12 7 21 0 42

Score Grimes 38 run (Pate kick) Castellat 45 field goal Grimes 20 pass from Phillips (Miller kick) Caldwell 66 blocked field goal return (Miller kick) McAulay 32 pass from Phillips (Miller kick) Mack 10 pass from Phillips (Miller kick) Branche 1 run (Castellat kick) McAulay 22 pass from Phillips (Miller kick) Hammond safety

William & Mary 28 No. 14/16 Villanova 38

VU 27 54-255 27-20-0 186 441 81 1-0 7-16 5-32 1-8 36:36

Time 7:42 12:52 12:03 8:24 0:51 0:37 12:52 11:50 6:15 4:20

W&M 17 22-76 37-21-1 307 383 59 1-1 3-11 4-29 2-7 23:24

Rushing - W& W&M &M: Grimes 11-58, Archer 8-10 (2TD), Marriner 1-5, Holmes 2-3. VU: Ball 22-137 (TD), Whitney 19-60 (TD), Szczur 5-34, Babbaro 5-23, Reynolds 1-5. Passing - W& W&M &M: Archer 21-37-1, 307 (TD). VU: Whitney 20-27-0, 186 (3 TD). Receiving - W& W&M &M: Grimes 6-105, Varno 6-58, Hill 4-37, Mack 3-83 (TD), McAulay 2-24. VU: Szczur 7-78 (TD), Atkinson 5-27, Reynolds 2-26, Harvey 2-14, Doss 1-15 (TD), Babbaro 1-6, Pimm 1-5 (TD), White 1-5. Defense - W&M: Rutter 15 (12 solo, 1.5 TFL), Trantin 9 (7 solo, 1.5 TFL, PBU), Cottingham 7 (5 solo), Caldwell 5 (TFL), Tracy 4 (1.5 TFL, 0.5 sack), Lissemore 4 (0.5 TFL, 0.5 sack), Hyde 2 (Sack). Attendance: 10,632; Time: 2:51; Weather: 74, Clear

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Oct. 11, 2008 Cowell Stadium • Durham, N.H.

Scoring Summary Qtr Team 1st W&M 1st UNH 1st UNH 2nd UNH 3rd W&M 3rd W&M 4th UNH 4th W&M 4th W&M 4th UNH 4th W&M

First Downs Rushes - Yards Att-Cmp-Int Pass Yards Total Offense Total Plays Fumbles - Lost 3rd Down Conv. Penalties - Yards Sacks by - Yards Time of Possession

1 7 14

2 3 4 Final 0 14 17 38 7 0 13 34

W&M 29 35-185 40-30-2 310 495 75 1-0 9-13 3-35 2-13 33:06

NEWARK, Del. (10/18/08) -- For the second consecutive weekend, William and Mary spoiled its opponent’s homecoming festivities as it earned a 27-3 victory at Delaware before a crowd of 21,949 at Delaware Stadium. Senior quarterback Jake Phillips completed 26-of-38 passes for 338 yards with a pair of touchdowns (one passing/one rushing). True freshman running back Jonathan Grimes was the contest’s leading rusher and finished with 92 yards on 25 carries and a touchdown. Senior wide receiver Elliott Mack led the team with eight catches for 119 yards, while sophomore Chase Hill tallied seven catches for 105 yards with a touchdown. The Tribe defense was dominant and limited the Blue Hens to just 145 total yards and 12 first downs. Additionally, the effort snapped UD’s 116 home game streak of scoring at least one touchdown. W&M held UD scoreless in the first half utilized a pair of Brian Pate field goals and a 1-yard touchdown run by Phillips to take a 13-0 lead at halftime. The College’s defense was outstanding in the opening half, limiting the Blue Hens to just 62 total yards and five first downs. Additionally, UD registered just 11 yards passing. While neither team was able to put any points up in the third quarter, Delaware cut W&M’s lead to 13-3 with a 32-yard field goal with 10:50 remaining. However, the Tribe answered with a touchdown on the ensuing possession when Phillips connected with Hill on a 44-yard scoring strike. W&M tacked on its final touchdown when Grimes scored on a two-yard run with 2:33 left in the contest. The touchdown capped off a nine-play, 93-yard drive that consumed 4:50. It was W&M’s second drive of the afternoon that totaled more than 90 yards.

William and Mary Delaware

Score Hill 8 pass from Phillips (Pate kick) Toman 2 run (Manning kick) Toman 3 run (Manning kick) Boyle 9 run (Manning kick) Hill 14 pass from Phillips (Pate kick) Varno 4 pass from Phillips (Pate kick) Sicko 31 pass from Toman (Manning kick) Grimes 56 run (Pate kick) Pate 32 field goal Boyle 34 pass from Toman (Manning kick failed) McAulay 17 pass from Phillips (Pate kick)

Time 6:17 3:02 0:57 4:36 9:00 0:28 13:33 12:43 6:20 4:40 0:22

UNH 24 38-163 37-27-2 305 468 75 0-0 9-14 8-65 0-0 26:54

Rushing - W& W&M &M: Grimes 23-144 (TD), Phillips 6-20, Marriner 3-14, Mack 1-11. UNH: Toman 14-55 (2 TD), Simpson 14-52, Jellison 4-19, Kackert 2-17, Boyle 2-11 (TD), Fox 1-5, O’Brien 1-4. Passing - W& W&M &M: Phillips 30-40-2, 310 (4 TD). UNH: Toman 27-36-2, 305 (2 TD), Boyle 0-1-0. Receiving - W& W&M &M: Grimes 8-47, McAulay 5-76 (TD), Mack 5-66, Hill 5-60 (2 TD), Varno 3-35 (TD), Holmes 2-15, Dohse 1-10, Hobson 1-1. UNH: BSicko 9-81 (TD), Boyle 7-114 (TD), Negron 5-58, O’Brien 4-37, Mason 1-13, Mohammed 1-2. Defense - W&M: Tracy 14 (10 solo, 2.0 sacks, 4.0 TFL, Francks 10 (8 solo), Johnson 10 (7 solo, INT), Lissemore 9 (5 solo, TFL), Alvarado 7 (4 solo, INT), Rutter 7 (4 solo, PBU). Attendance: 13,255; Time: 2:57; Weather: 65, Sunny

Oct. 18, 2008 Delaware Stadium • Newark, Del.

Scoring Summary Qtr Team 1st W&M 2nd W&M 2nd W&M 4th UD 4th W&M 4th W&M

First Downs Rushes - Yards Att-Cmp-Int Pass Yards Total Offense Total Plays Fumbles - Lost 3rd Down Conv. Penalties - Yards Sacks by - Yards Time of Possession

1 3 0

2 10 0

3 4 Final 0 14 27 0 3 3

Score Pate 32 field goal Phillips 1 run Pate 33 field goal Striefsky 32 field goal Hill 44 pass from Phillips (Pate kick) Grimes 2 run (Pate kick) W&M 23 35-118 38-26-1 338 456 73 2-2 4-11 3-30 4-28 32:44

2008 RESULTS

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (10/11/08) -- William and Mary scored on its first five possessions of the second half (four touchdowns/one field goal), and senior quarterback Jake Phillips’ 17-yard go-ahead touchdown pass to junior wide receiver D.J. McAulay with 22 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter helped lift the Tribe to a 38-34 victory at No. 4 New Hampshire in the Wildcats’ homecoming game. Phillips registered four touchdown passes and completed 30 of his 40 attempts for 310 yards, while true freshman running back Jonathan Grimes finished with a true-freshman record 144 yards rushing (on 23 attempts) and a touchdown (coming on a 56-yard run). Trailing 34-31 with 4:34 remaining, the Tribe began its game-winning drive on its own 28 yard line. Phillips was intercepted on a third-and-long early in the drive, but W&M maintained possession when UNH was flagged for roughing the passer. Phillips then converted a pair of third-and-longs with completions to Grimes (10 yards) and Mack (13 yards) around midfield to keep the drive alive. Another 13-yard completion from Phillips to Mack put W&M inside the red zone, and the senior all-conference quarterback connected with McAulay from 17 yards out on the next play to put the Tribe ahead, 38-34, with 22 seconds left. UNH was unable to mount a quick comeback, as Adrian Tracy sacked quarterback R.J. Toman on first down, and Fred Johnson picked off the sophomore’s long pass on the next play. W&M outscored UNH 31-13 in the second half and dominated the time of possession, (20:44-8:16) after the break. The Tribe also converted on 8-of-10 third downs in the second half, including its only fourth down attempt, while registering 358 yards of total offense in the final two quarters.

William and Mary No. 4 New Hampshire

William & Mary 27 Delaware 3

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William & Mary 38 No. 4 New Hampshire 34

Time 7:13 4:54 0:00 10:50 8:59 2:33

UD 12 40-100 24-10-1 45 145 64 1-0 5-17 1-5 1-7 27:16

Rushing - W& W&M &M: Grimes 23-92 (TD), Holmes 3-16, Phillips 5-12 (TD). UD U : Jabbie 9-44, Thaxton 8-35, Schoenhoft 12-21, Butler 8-17, Smith 1-0, Hakes 2-<-17>. Passing - W& W&M &M: Phillips 26-38-1, 338 (TD). UD U : Schoenhoft 10-23-1, 45, Hakes 0-1-0, 0. Receiving - W& W&M &M: Mack 8-119, Hill 7-105 (TD), McAulay 5-62, Grimes 3-32, Riggins 1-15, Varno 1-3, Marriner 1-2. UD U : Duncan 6-22, Butler 2-14, Agnone 1-7, Love 1-2. Defense - W&M: Rutter 8 (4 solo, 3 TFL, INT), Caldwell 7 (6 solo, TFL), Francks 7 (5 solo, TFL), Livingston 6 (5 solo), Tracy 4 (Sack), Pigram 4 (TFL), Stover 4 (Sack, 1.5 TFL), Hyde 2 (Sack), Herbert 2 (Sack), Trantin 2 (0.5 TFL). Attendance: 21,949; Time: 2:35; Weather: 53, Sunny

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No. 23 William & Mary 34 Rhode Island 24

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Oct. 25, 2008 Zable Stadium • Williamsburg, Va.

2008 RESULTS

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (10/25/08) -- Junior safety David Caldwell returned a fourth-quarter interception 62 yards for a touchdown to help No. 23 William and Mary pull away for a 34-24 victory against Rhode Island on a rainy homecoming at Zable Stadium. True freshman tailback Jonathan Grimes posted another outstanding performance, rushing for a game-high 111 yards with a touchdown. While both teams scored touchdowns on their opening drives, neither squad was able to put any more points up on the board until late in the first half when URI’s Louis Feinstein kicked a 40-yard field goal with 1:39 remaining in the second quarter to put the Rams ahead, 10-7. At the break, the Rams had out gained the Tribe in total offense, 212-115, and controlled the time of possession, 20:05-9:15. W&M scored a pair of quick touchdowns during the first five minutes of the second half to build a 21-10 advantage. D.J. McAulay provided the first touchdown when Jake Phillips found him with an 18-yard strike, while Courtland Marriner scored the second touchdown with an 8-yard run. After recovering a punt that bounced off the back of an retreating W&M player, URI narrowed the score with an eight-play, 38-yard drive that ended with a 1-yard touchdown run by Cassidy late in the third quarter. Trailing by just seven, 24-17, early in the fourth quarter, URI drove inside the Tribe 40-yard line, but safety David Caldwell intercepted a pass by Cassidy and raced 62 yards down the right sideline to give the College a 31-17 cushion with 10:12 left in the game. W&M later tacked on a field goal and URI scored a late touchdown to narrow the score to 34-24, but the Tribe recovered the Rams’ on-side kick attempt and ran out the clock.

Rhode Island William and Mary Scoring Summary Qtr Team 1st URI 1st W&M 2nd URI 3rd W&M 3rd W&M 3rd URI 4th W&M 4th W&M 4th W&M 4th URI

First Downs Rushes - Yards Att-Cmp-Int Pass Yards Total Offense Total Plays Fumbles - Lost 3rd Down Conv. Penalties - Yards Sacks by - Yards Time of Possession

1 7 7

2 3 4 Final 3 7 7 24 0 14 13 34

Score Leonard 38 pass from Cassidy (Feinstein kick) Grimes 12 run (Pate kick) Feinstein 40 field goal McAulay 18 pass from Phillips (Pate kick) Marriner 8 run (Pate kick) Cassidy 1 run (Feinstein kick) Pate 37 field goal Caldwell 62 interception return (Pate kick) Pate 39 field goal Del Grosso 4 pass from Cassidy (Feinstein kick) URI 22 32-114 41-27-3 225 339 73 1-0 8-15 5-37 2-16 35:34

Time 13:51 10:08 1:39 13:23 8:33 3:16 13:29 10:12 4:57 1:19

W&M 19 32-161 24-15-1 207 368 56 2-2 6-12 4-32 1-2 24:26

No. 16/19 William & Mary 34 Towson 14

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Nov. 1, 2008 Unitas Stadium • Towson, Md.

TOWSON, Md. (11/1/08) -- The No. 16/19 William and Mary football team limited Towson to just seven yards of total offense in the second half as it extended its winning streak to four games with a 34-14 victory at Unitas Stadium. After trailing 14-7 at halftime, the College outscored the Tigers 27-0 following the intermission. In addition to limiting TU to just seven yards of total offense in the final two quarters, W&M also came up with a pair of second half interceptions and recovered a fumble. Offensively, the Tribe totaled 296 yards of total offense in the second half and dominated time of possession, 21:01 to 8:59. W&M was led by senior quarterback Jake Phillips, who completed 21-of-33 passes for 265 yards and threw three touchdowns. True freshman running back Jonathan Grimes also had a big afternoon and finished the contest with 96 yards rushing on 20 carries with a touchdown. The Tribe’s only score of the first half came on a 65-yard touchdown pass from Phillips to D.J. McAulay on its first possession. TU’s scored a pair of second quarter touchdowns, including one on a 44-yard pass from Sean Schaefer to Tommy Breaux with just four seconds left in the half. W&M scored a pair of touchdowns on its first two possessions of the second half to take a 21-14 lead. The first scored came on a 19-yard pass from Phillips to Chase Hill with 10:54 showing in the third quarter, while Phillips found Rob Varno on a 17-yard scoring strike a little more than a minute later. Brian Pate added a pair of field goals, coming from 29 and 39 yards, later in the quarter to help the College build a 27-14 advantage. Following an interception by safety Michael Alvarado, the Green and Gold marched 49 yards on seven plays and scored its final touchdown when Grimes found the end zone from three yards out with 9:20 remaining in the contest. 1 7 0

William and Mary Towson Scoring Summary Qtr Team 1st W&M 2nd TU 2nd TU 3rd W&M 3rd W&M 3rd W&M 3rd W&M 4th W&M

2 3 4 Final 0 20 7 34 14 0 0 14

Score McAulay 65 pass from Phillips (Pate kick) Godlasky 27 pass from Schaefer (Bencivengo kick) Breaux 44 pass from Schaefer (Bencivengo kick) Hill 19 pass from Phillips (Pate kick) Varno 17 pass from Phillips (Pate kick) Pate 29 field goal Pate 39 field goal Grimes 3 run (Pate kick)

First Downs Rushes - Yards Att-Cmp-Int Pass Yards Total Offense Total Plays Fumbles - Lost 3rd Down Conv. Penalties - Yards Sacks by - Yards Time of Possession

Rushing - W& W&M &M: Grimes 19-111 (TD), Phillips 9-32, Marriner 3-15 (TD), Holmes 1-3. URI: Cassidy 15-59 (TD), Hughes 14-48, Johnson-Farrell 1-6, Lawrence 2-1. Passing - W& W&M &M: Phillips 15-24-1, 207 (TD). URI: Cassidy 27-41-3 (2 TD). Receiving - W& W&M &M: Hill 5-55, McAulay 3-33 (TD), Conyers 2-22, Mack 1-31, Gottlieb 1-30, Marriner 1-14, Varno 1-12, Grimes 1-10. URI: Hughes 9-69, Leonard 4-71 (TD), Johnson-Farrell 3-27, Del Grosso 3-25 (TD), Bellini 2-13, Scott 2-10, Wilson 1-9, Evans 1-6, Smalls 1-0, Lawrence 1-<-5>. Defense - W&M: Trantin 13 (9 solo, INT, FF, TFL), Pigram 11 (8 solo, 2 PBU, TFL), Caldwell 11 (7 solo, INT), Cottingham 7 (6 solo), Francks 6 (INT), Livingston 5 (4 solo), Tracy 3 (0.5 sack), Pradhanang 3 (0.5 sack). Attendance: 9,383; Time: 2:52; Weather: 65, Cloudy, Light Rain

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W&M 26 45-239 33-21-1 265 504 78 1-0 4-13 5-55 3-22 34:42

Time 12:46 11:14 0:04 10:54 9:47 5:13 2:55 9:20

TU 12 23-43 33-22-2 195 238 56 1-1 2-14 4-30 2-15 25:18

Rushing - W& W&M &M: Grimes 20-96 (TD), Marriner 8-52, Phillips 10-50, Riggins 4-25, Holmes 2-12, Archer 1-4. TU: Castor 11-57, Newsom 1-10, Rouson 2-5, Kinchen 1-1, Peterson 1-<-13>, Schaefer 7-<-17>. Passing - W& W&M &M: Phillips 21-33-1, 265 (3TD). TU: Schaefer 21-32-2 (2TD), Shears 1-1-0, 9. Receiving - W& W&M &M: Varno 5-67 (TD), Grimes 5-23, Hill 3-28 (TD), Conyers 3-28, McAulay 2-96 (TD), 1-12, Dohse 1-8, Gottlieb 1-3. TU: Breaux 4-65 (TD), Cegles 4-23, Lee 4-18, Moore 4-15, Godlasky 2-34 (TD), Holmes 2-27, Atwood 1-9, Rouson 1-4. Defense - W&M: Cox 7 (6 solo, INT), Trantin 7 (4 solo), Francks 7 (3 solo), Tracy 5 (3 solo, 1.5 sacks), Lissemore 4 (3 solo, sack, 2.0 TFL), Alvarado 4 (INT). Attendance: 3,168 Time: 2:57; Weather: 64, Sunny

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Nov. 8, 2008 Zable Stadium • Williamsburg, Va.

Northeastern William and Mary Scoring Summary Qtr Team 1st W&M 1st NU 1st W&M 2nd NU 2nd W&M 3rd W&M 3rd W&M 3rd NU 4th W&M

First Downs Rushes - Yards Att-Cmp-Int Pass Yards Total Offense Total Plays Fumbles - Lost 3rd Down Conv. Penalties - Yards Sacks by - Yards Time of Possession

1 7 14

2 3 4 Final 3 7 0 17 7 10 7 38

Score Cox 89 punt return (Pate kick) Broomfield 12 run (Johnson kick) Hobson 3 pass from Phillips (Pate kick) Johnson 22 field goal Hill 3 pass from Phillips (Pate kick) Phillips 5 run (Pate kick) Pate 35 field goal Broomfield 3 pass from Orio (Johnson kick) Cox 12 interception return (Pate kick) NU 21 33-110 44-25-1 247 357 77 0-0 4-17 2-30 1-6 33:24

Time 13:26 10:03 0:11 7:54 2:51 10:59 4:14 0:13 8:22

W&M 18 33-198 22-15-0 217 415 55 2-1 3-8 4-38 0-0 26:36

Rushing - W& W&M &M: Grimes 16-130, Marriner 5-43, Phillips 6-16 (TD), Riggins 2-9, Holmes 2-4. NU: Broomfield 23-51 (TD), Theoudele 2-24, Orio 4-21, Plum 1-7, Griffin 1-5, Torres 2-2. Passing - W& W&M &M: Phillips 15-22-0, 217 (2TD). NU: Orio 25-43-1, 247 (TD), Broomfield 0-1-0. Receiving - W& W&M &M: McAulay 3-96, Varno 3-37, Grimes 3-16, Conyers 2-31, Gottlieb 1-22, Holmes 1-9, Hobson 1-3 (TD), Hill 1-3 (TD). NU: Abelli 7-58, Broomfield 7-56 (TD), Lott 6-78, Mandeville 3-34, Elwood 1-13, Gilmartin-Donohue 1-8. Defense - W&M: Trantin 13 (12 solo), Caldwell 9 (7 solo), Pigram 7 solo, Alvarado 6 (5 solo, PBU), Pradhanang 4 (TFL), Cox 4 (INT, 2 PBU), Tracy 4 (TFL), Lissemore 3 (TFL). Herbert 2 (TFL). Attendance: 8,231 Time: 2:48; Weather: 61, Partly Cloudy

No. 12/15 William & Mary 24 No. 1 James Madison 48

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Nov. 15, 2008 Bridgeforth Stadium • Harrisonburg Harrisonburg, Va.

HARRISONBURG, Va. (11/15/08) -- The No. 12/15 Tribe had its five-game winning streak snapped with a 48-24 loss at top-ranked James Madison. Senior quarterback Jake Phillips led William and Mary with a pair of touchdown passes, while sophomore wide receiver Chase Hill registered a pair of touchdown catches. True freshman running back Jonathan Grimes accounted for W&M’s other score with a touchdown reception, while his 48 yards rushing increased his season total to 877 -- breaking W&M’s freshman rushing record. JMU finished with 540 yards of total offense, as quarterback Rodney Landers and running back Eugene Holloman rushed for 145 and 130 yards, respectively. Holloman produced two rushing touchdowns, while Landers added one on the ground and three through the air. After JMU jumped out to a 14-0 lead early in the second quarter, W&M cut the lead in half when Phillips ffound Grimes wide open in the end zone with a 16-yard touchdown pass. The Tribe’s only other score of the half came on a 43-yard field goal by Brian Pate as the Dukes held a 24-10 advantage at the half. Following the intermission, James Madison scored three unanswered touchdowns to build a 45-10 advantage. The opening score came via a six-play, 95-yard drive that culminated with a 5-yard run by Landers. Holloman added the other two scores with touchdown runs of five and 10 yards late in the third quarter and early in the fourth. W&M outscored JMU the rest of the way, as Chase Hill snared a pair of four quarter touchdown receptions.

William and Mary James Madison Scoring Summary Qtr Team 1st JMU 2nd JMU 2nd W&M 2nd JMU 2nd W&M 2nd JMU 3rd JMU 3rd JMU 4th JMU 4th W&M 4th JMU 4th W&M

First Downs Rushes - Yards Att-Cmp-Int Pass Yards Total Offense Total Plays Fumbles - Lost 3rd Down Conv. Penalties - Yards Sacks by - Yards Time of Possession

1 0 7

2008 RESULTS

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (11/8/08) -- Senior cornerback Derek Cox scored touchdowns on a punt return and an interception return to help the No. 14/16 Tribe extend its winning streak to five games with a 38-17 victory against Northeastern. Cox’s initial touchdown came on an 89-yard punt return early in the first quarter to put W&M ahead, 7-0, while his second score came midway through the fourth quarter when he returned an interception 12 yards to give the Tribe its final touchdown of the evening. While the Tribe led 21-10 at the intermission, the Huskies had already run 50 plays and out-gained W&M in total offense, 278-169. NU also controlled the time of possession, 23:02-6:58. However, the College’s offense was very efficient, averaging 9.9 yards per play. The Tribe defensive unit dominated the second half and held the Huskies to just 79 yards of total offense after the break. While the Tribe took an early 7-0 lead on Cox’s electric punt return less than two minutes into the game, NU tied the score on its ensuing possession with a nine-play, 74-yard drive that ended with a 12-yard touchdown scamper by running back Alex Broomfield. W&M’s final two scores of the half came on a pair of 3-yard touchdown passes from Phillips to Jimmy Hobson and Chase Hill. The Tribe opened the second half with a touchdown for the third consecutive week when Phillips found the end zone with a 5-yard run to put W&M ahead, 28-10, with 10:59 showing on the clock. A 35-yard field goal by Brian Pate extended W&M’s lead to 31-10 late in the third quarter. While the Tribe defense limited the Huskies to just 34 yards of total offense in the third quarter, NU found the end zone with 13 seconds remaining in the stanza when Broomfield caught a 3-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Anthony Orio. Cox’s 12-yard interception return for a score midway through the fourth quarter sealed the win.

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No. 14/16 William & Mary 38 Northeastern 17

2 3 4 Final 10 0 14 24 17 14 10 48

Score Caussin 4 pass from Landers (Stannard kick) Turner 50 pass from Landers (Stannard kick) Grimes 16 pass from Phillips (Pate kick) Turner 34 pass from Landers (Stannard kick) Pate 43 field goal Stannard 21 field goal Landers 5 run (Stannard kick) Holloman 5 run (Stannard kick) Holloman 10 run (Stannard kick) Hill 14 pass from Phillips (Pate kick) Stannard 40 field goal Hill 2 pass from Phillips (Pate kick) W&M 18 21-76 37-19-0 218 294 58 2-0 7-15 4-18 0-0 35:54

Time 9:50 12:58 10:41 8:12 4:15 0:00 8:47 2:27 13:17 8:47 3:58 0:40

JMU 28 53-317 21-16-0 223 540 74 0-0 7-13 3-23 3-27 24:06

Rushing - W& W&M &M: Grimes 9-48, Riggins 2-27, Holmes 1-14, Marriner 3-8, Archer 2-1, Phillips 4-<-22>. JMU: Landers 18-145 (TD), Holloman 23-130 (2 TD), Yancey 9-42, Rose 1-4, Acker 1-<-3>. Passing - W& W&M &M: Phillips 16-30-0, 187 (2TD), Archer 3-7-0, 31 (TD). JMU: Landers 14-19-0, 212 (3 TD), Dudzik 2-2-0, 11. Receiving - W& W&M &M: McAulay 6-92, Grimes 3-29 (TD), Varno 3-20, Gottlieb 2-29, Conyers 2-26, Hill 2-16 (2 TD), Marriner 1-6. JMU: Turner 3-103 (2 TD), Caussin 3-28 (TD), Yancey 3-24, McCarter 2-26, Williams 2-25, McNeil 2-13, Holloman 1-4. Defense - W&M: Pigram 16 (4 solo, 0.5 TFL), Tracy 11 (4 solo), Alvarado 11 (3 solo), Lissemore 10 (1 solo, TFL), Trantin 9 (3 solo), Caldwell 9 (1 solo, 0.5 TFL), Pradhanang 6 (5 solo), Cottingham 6 (3 solo). Attendance: 14,330 Time: 2:40; Weather: 58, Overcast

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No. 16/19 William & Mary 20 No. 6/7 Richmond 23 (OT)

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Nov. 22, 2008 Zable Stadium • Williamsburg, Va.

2008 RESULTS

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (11/22/08) -- The No. 16/19 Tribe scored a pair of touchdowns in the final 3:02 to force overtime, but No. 6/7 Richmond’s Andrew Howard kicked a 37-yard, game-winning field goal in the first extra session to give the Spiders a 23-20 victory on Senior Day at Zable Stadium. Trailing 20-6 late in the fourth quarter, senior Derek Cox ignited the College’s comeback when he returned a punt 80 yards for a touchdown with 3:02 remaining in the contest. W&M’s RJ Archer then skied to recover the ensuing onside kick, putting the Tribe in business at its own 41-yard line. The squad then marched 59 yards in 10 plays to tie the score when senior quarterback Jake Phillips found the end zone on a sneak from a yard out with 18 seconds on the clock. The College took the ball first in overtime and had its 39-yard field attempt blocked by Sherman Logan. Howard finished what was a five-yard Spider drive in its half of the extra session and spun his game-winning try from the right hash from 37 yards out. Despite turning the ball over seven times, W&M kept the score close with an outstanding defensive effort that saw the unit hold the Spiders scoreless over the final 30 minutes of play, allowing just 35 yards of total offense and two first downs. UR took a 7-0 lead late in the first quarter when offensive lineman Michael Silva recovered a fumble by quarterback Eric Ward in the end zone. UR increased its advantage to 10-0 with a 33-yard field goal by Howard with 7:01 left in second quarter. The successful kick capped off an 11-play, 50-yard drive that lasted 6:26. The Spiders’ Derek Hatcher later returned an interception 35 yards for a score, while an 18-yard field goal by Hatcher as the second quarter clock expired put the Spiders ahead, 20-0, at halftime. A pair of field goals by Pate cut the lead to 20-6 with 11:13 left in the contest, and the Tribe held Richmond to just 12 yards of total offense during the remainder of regulation en route to mounting the comeback.

Richmond William and Mary Scoring Summary Qtr Team 1st UR 2nd UR 2nd UR 2nd UR 3rd W&M 4th W&M 4th W&M OT UR

First Downs Rushes - Yards Att-Cmp-Int Pass Yards Total Offense Total Plays Fumbles - Lost 3rd Down Conv. Penalties - Yards Sacks by - Yards Time of Possession

1 7 0

2 13 0

3 4 0 0 3 17

OT 3 0

Final 23 20

Score Silva 0 fumble recovery (Howard kick) Howard 33 field goal Hatcher 35 interception return (Howard kick) Howard 18 field goal Pate 32 field goal Pate 21 field goal Phillips 1 run (Pate kick) Howard 37 field goal UR 12 45-154 17-9-1 82 236 62 2-0 5-16 2-21 4-26 32:19

Time 2:13 7:01 3:34 0:00 5:00 11:13 3:02 --

W&M 13 29-43 42-20-6 204 247 71 1-1 5-18 2-30 4-16 27:41

Rushing - W& W&M &M: Grimes 19-52, Riggins 1-1, Phillips 9-<-10>. UR: Vaughan 30-134, Ward 14-20, Wilkins 1-0, Silva 0-0 (TD). Passing - W& W&M &M: Phillips 20-42-6, 204. UR: Ward 9-17-1, 82. Receiving - W& W&M &M: Varno 6-67, Hill 5-67, Mack 4-41, McAulay 3-17, Grimes 2-12. UR: Mitcherll 2-36, Grayson 2-21, Gray 2-16, Vaughan 2-4, Stewart 1-5. Defense - W&M: Tracy 10 (6 solo, 1.5 sacks), Lissemore 8 (3 solo, sack), Caldwell 7 (INT), Trantin 6 (4 solo, TFL, PBU), Francks 6, Pigram 5 (5 solo, sack, 2.0 TFL), Rutter 5 (4 solo, FF), Pradhanang 3 (2.0 TFL). Attendance: 9,405 Time: 3:12; Weather: 40, Sunny

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Running back Terrence Riggins was honored as the W&M Quarterback Club Offensive Player of the Week after rushing for 180 yards on 15 carries in the victory against VMI.

Quarterback Club Players of the Week N.C. State O: Chase Hill, WR D: C.J. Herbert, DE ST: B. Pate, PK/D. Miller, P

Rhode Island O: Jake Phillips, QB D: David Caldwell, SS ST: Todd Reyher, LB

VMI O: Terrence Riggins, RB D: Jake Trantin, LB ST: Fred Johnson, DB

Towson O: Rob Varno, TE D: Sean Lissemore, DT ST: Sean Alexander, DB

Norfolk State O: Jonathan Grimes, RB D: Adrian Tracy, DE ST: Kyle O’Brien, DL

Northeastern O: Jonathan Grimes, RB D: Derek Cox, CB ST: Derek Cox, CB/PR

Villanova O: Jonathan Grimes, RB D: Josh Rutter, LB ST: Jonathan Grimes, RB

James Madison O: Jake Phillips, QB D: Michael Pigram, LB ST: David Miller, P

New Hampshire O: Jake Phillips, QB D: Adrian Tracy, DE ST: Sean Lissemore, DT

Richmond O: C. Hill, WR D: Sean Lissemore, DT ST: Derek Cox, CB

Delaware O: Jake Marcey, OL D: Josh Rutter, LB ST: David Houff, SS

O: Offense D: Defense ST: Special Teams

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All-conference w wide receiver D.J. McAulay led the Tribe with 40 catches for 718 yards and eight touchdowns in 2008. TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Att-Comp-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS

W&M 361 32.8 226 92 122 12 1742 1993 251 359 4.9 158.4 15 2630 356-213-18 7.4 12.3 239.1 24 4372 715 6.1 397.5 42-885 23-281

OPP 264 24.0 193 96 84 13 1707 1997 290 439 3.9 155.2 16 1888 322-194-16 5.9 9.7 171.6 15 3595 761 4.7 326.8 53-1070 14-119

INT RETURNS: #-YARDS KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS Average Per Game PUNTS-YARDS Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-YARDS MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS PAT-ATTEMPTS -ATTEMPTS HOME ATTENDANCE ENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game Score By Quarters Q William and Mary Opponents

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16-226 21.1 12.1 14.1 18-12 46-418 38.0 38.0 46-1869 40.6 38.0 28:16 56/137 41% 7/11 64% 24-144 0 46 13-16 46-46 58,427 6/9,738 2nd 58 95

3rd 120 56

18-165 20.2 8.5 9.2 12-4 58-490 44.5 62-2408 38.8 34.3 31:44 59/172 34% 12/19 63% 20-139 24 32 13-22 31-32 109,396 5/21,879 4th 124 51

OT 0 3

Total 361 264

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RUSHING Jonathan Grimes Terrence Riggins Jake Phillips Courtland Marriner R.J. Archer DeBrian Holmes Thomas Schonder Elliott Mack D.J. McAulay Ryan Woolfolk TEAM Total Opponents

Chase Hill was one of the Tribe’s top wide receivers last season as he totaled 39 catches for 438 yards and seven touchdowns.

Rob Varno was one of the CAA’s top pass-catching tight ends last season and earned all-conference honors after recording 36 catches for 397 yards.

PASSING Jake Phillips R.J. Archer TEAM Total Opponents

GP 10 11 7 11 11

GP 11 9 10 8 11 9 6 8 11 8 6 11 11 Effic 134.89 129.07 0.00 134.02 114.94

Gain 948 325 302 155 123 63 59 11 5 2 0 1993 1997

Loss 19 2 132 14 33 4 5 0 0 0 42 251 290

Net 929 323 170 141 90 59 54 11 5 2 -42 1742 1707

Att-Cmp-Int Pct 303-185-17 61.1 53-28-1 52.8 1-0-0 0.0 356-213-18 59.8 322-194-16 60.2 Yds 718 438 314 397 445 119 84 34 32 24 18 4 3 2630 1888

Yds 2243 387 0 2630 1888

Avg 18.0 11.2 8.1 11.0 15.3 11.9 16.8 8.5 10.7 8.0 9.0 2.0 3.0 12.3 9.7

TD 7 0 4 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 15 16

Long Avg/G 67 84.5 53 35.9 21 17.0 19 17.6 27 9.0 14 6.6 33 9.0 11 1.4 5 0.5 2 0.2 0 -7.0 67 158.4 64 155.2

TD 21 3 0 24 15

Lng 65 51 0 65 50

TD 8 7 2 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 24 15

Avg/G 224.3 38.7 0.0 239.1 171.6

GP 11 10 11 11 8 11 9 8 9 9 7 11 8 11 11

PUNT RETURNS Derek Cox Elliott Mack Sheldon Alexander David Caldwell David Houff Total Opponents

No. 12 8 1 1 1 23 14

Yds 197 71 5 7 1 281 119

Avg 16.4 8.9 5.0 7.0 1.0 12.2 8.5

TD 2 0 0 0 0 2 0

Long 89 15 0 0 3 89 19

KICK RETURNS Jonathan Grimes David Caldwell DeBrian Holmes Elliott Mack Terrell Wells Ryan Woolfolk Alex Gottlieb Total Opponents

No. 22 8 6 2 2 1 1 42 53

Yds 539 161 87 33 45 12 8 885 1070

Avg 24.5 20.1 14.5 16.5 22.5 12.0 8.0 21.1 20.2

TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

Long 97 29 18 18 26 12 8 97 40

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No. 40 39 39 36 29 10 5 4 3 3 2 2 1 213 194

Avg 5.7 8.1 2.5 4.9 3.9 3.5 7.7 11.0 5.0 2.0 -5.2 4.9 3.9

RECEIVING D.J. McAulay Chase Hill Jonathan Grimes Rob Varno Elliott Mack Terreon Conyers Alex Gottlieb Courtland Marriner Terrence Riggins DeBrian Holmes Cameron Dohse Jimmy Hobson Ryan Woolfolk Total Opponents

Jonathan Grimes earned All-America honors and was selected to the All-CAA First Team as a kickoff returner in ‘08 after averaging 24.5 yards per return.

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Att 164 40 68 29 23 17 7 1 1 1 8 359 439

Long Avg/G 65 65.3 44 43.8 51 28.5 33 36.1 44 55.6 21 10.8 30 9.3 14 4.2 15 3.6 9 2.7 10 2.6 3 0.4 3 0.4 65 239.1 50 171.6


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SCORING Brian Pate Jonathan Grimes D.J. McAulay Chase Hill Jake Phillips Derek Cox Elliott Mack Rob Varno David Caldwell R.J. Archer Thomas Schonder Courtland Marriner Jimmy Hobson David Miller Total Opponents

TD 0 10 8 7 4 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 0 46 32

TOTAL OFFENSE Jake Phillips Jonathan Grimes R.J. Archer Terrence Riggins Courtland Marriner DeBrian Holmes Thomas Schonder Elliott Mack D.J. McAulay Ryan Woolfolk TEAM Total Opponents

G 10 11 11 9 8 9 6 8 11 8 6 11 11

FGs 13-16 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 13-16 13-22

|------------ PATs-----------| Kick Rush Rcv Pass 41-41 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 5-5 0-0 0 0-0 46-46 0-0 0 0-0 31-32 0-0 0 0-0

Plays 371 164 76 40 29 17 7 1 1 1 8 715 761

Rush 170 929 90 323 141 59 54 11 5 2 -42 1742 1707

Pass 2243 0 387 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2630 1888

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

Total 2413 929 477 323 141 59 54 11 5 2 -42 4372 3595

Saf 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

2008 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

All-CAA First Team selection Brian Pate led the Tribe with 80 points in ‘08.

All-CAA honoree David Miller ranked 16th nationally with 41.5 yards per punt.

Pts 80 60 48 42 24 24 18 18 12 12 6 6 6 5 361 264

Avg/G 241.3 84.5 47.7 35.9 17.6 6.6 9.0 1.4 0.5 0.2 -7.0 397.5 326.8

FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Pct 10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Lg Bk Brian Pate 13-16 81.2 0-0 2-2 8-10 3-4 0-0 43 2

PUNTING David Miller TEAM Total Opponents

No. 45 1 46 62

ALL PURPOSE Jonathan Grimes D.J. McAulay Elliott Mack Chase Hill Rob Varno Terrence Riggins Derek Cox David Caldwell Courtland Marriner Jake Phillips DeBrian Holmes Terreon Conyers Alex Gottlieb R.J. Archer Thomas Schonder Terrell Wells David Houff Cameron Dohse Ryan Woolfolk Josh Rutter Evan Francks Ben Cottingham Sheldon Alexander Michael Alvarado Jimmy Hobson TEAM Total Opponents

Yds 1869 0 1869 2408 G 11 11 8 10 11 9 11 11 8 10 9 11 9 11 6 3 11 7 8 7 11 10 11 11 11 6 11 11

Rush 929 5 11 0 0 323 0 0 141 170 59 0 0 90 54 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 -42 1742 1707

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Avg 41.5 0.0 40.6 38.8 Rec 314 718 445 438 397 32 0 0 34 0 24 119 84 0 0 0 0 18 3 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 2630 1888

Long 65 0 65 62

TB 8 0 8 3

FC 5 0 5 12

I20 12 0 12 20

Blkd 1 0 1 1

PR 0 0 71 0 0 0 197 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 281 119

KOR 539 0 33 0 0 0 0 161 0 0 87 0 8 0 0 45 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 885 1070

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 99 67 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 32 0 0 9 9 6 0 4 0 0 226 165

Tot 1782 723 560 438 397 355 296 235 175 170 170 119 92 90 54 45 33 18 17 9 9 6 5 4 4 -42 5764 4949

Avg/G 162.0 65.7 70.0 43.8 36.1 39.4 26.9 21.4 21.9 17.0 18.9 10.8 10.2 9.0 9.0 15.0 3.0 2.6 2.1 1.3 0.8 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.4 -7.0 524.0 449.9

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Defensive Leaders David Caldwell Jake Trantin Adrian Tracy Michael Pigram Josh Rutter Sean Lissemore Evan Francks Michael Alvarado Derek Cox Ben Cottingham Michael Stover Robert Livingston Harold Robertson Ravi Pradhanang C.J. Herbert Fred Johnson Todd Reyher Kyle O’Brien David Houff Marcus Hyde Sheldon Alexander Nick Downey Chase Hill James Neal Daniel Pulley Wes Steinman Terrell Wells James Pagliaro R.J. Archer Brian Pate D.J. McAulay Jonathan Grimes Gareth Hissong Elliott Mack Jake O’Connor Keith Hill, Jr. Terrence Riggins Derek Toon Jake Phillips C.J. Muse Jimmy Hobson TOTALS Opponents

GP 11 11 11 11 7 11 11 11 11 10 11 9 11 9 10 8 11 11 11 6 11 3 10 5 6 1 3 2 10 11 11 11 11 8 7 11 9 8 10 11 11 11 11

|-----------------Tackles-----------------| Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds 43 35 78 6.0-34 48 28 76 6.5-17 40 32 72 15.5-64 39 26 65 6.0-18 31 23 54 5.5-20 18 33 51 7.5-41 20 27 47 2.0-3 24 23 47 1.5-6 33 10 43 2.0-8 24 12 36 . 12 16 28 4.5-13 17 9 26 . 11 15 26 0.5-0 15 9 24 4.0-7 15 8 23 5.5-24 8 15 23 . 11 7 18 . 9 9 18 . 12 4 16 . 7 4 11 2.5-15 5 3 8 . 2 3 5 . 5 . 5 . 2 3 5 . 1 3 4 1.0-9 . 3 3 0.5-3 3 . 3 1.0-1 1 1 2 . 2 . 2 . 1 1 2 . 2 . 2 . 2 . 2 . . 1 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . . 1 1 . 470 364 834 72-283 411 314 725 51-203

|-Sacks-| No-Yds 1.0-9 0.5-4 10.0-56 1.0-6 1.0-3 4.0-20 . 0.5-3 . . 1.5-8 . . 0.5-1 2.0-14 . . . . 2.0-15 . . . . 1.0-9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-144 20-139

|----------Passes Def--------| Int-Yds PBU QBH 2-67 2 . 1-0 4 1 . 1 6 . 2 1 1-9 2 . . . . 1-9 1 . 2-4 4 . 4-99 5 . 1-6 . . . 1 . 1-0 1 . . 1 . . 1 . . 1 2 1-0 3 . . . . . . . 2-32 . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-226 30 11 18-165 44 7

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Blkd Kick . . 1 . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 3

Saf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1


2008 Game-by-Game Starters VMI Phillips Riggins Dohse Mack McAulay Varno Marcey Toon Hiteshew Muse Hill, Jr.

Norfolk St. Phillips Riggins Hill Mack McAulay Varno Marcey Grant Hiteshew Sutton Muse

Villanova Archer Grimes Hill Mack McAulay Varno Marcey Grant Hiteshew Muse Hill, Jr.

N. Hamp. Phillips Grimes Hobson* Mack McAulay Varno Marcey Grant Hiteshew Muse Hill, Jr.

Delaware Phillips Grimes Hill Mack McAulay Varno Marcey Grant Hiteshew Muse Hill, Jr.

R. Island Phillips Grimes Hill Mack McAulay Varno Marcey Grant Hiteshew Muse Hill, Jr.

Towson Phillips Grimes Hill Conyers McAulay Varno Marcey Grant Hiteshew Muse Hill, Jr.

N’Eastern Phillips Grimes Hill Conyers McAulay Varno Marcey Grant Hiteshew Muse Hill, Jr.

JMU Phillips Grimes Hill Conyers McAulay Varno Marcey Grant Hiteshew Muse Hill, Jr.

Richmond Phillips Grimes Holmes* Mack McAulay Varno Marcy Grant Hiteshew Muse Hill, Jr.

DE DE DT DT OLB ILB OLB SS FS CB CB

Tracy Herbert Robertson Lissemore Pigram Rutter Trantin Caldwell Alvarado Cox Cottingham

Tracy Herbert Robertson Lissemore Pigram Rutter Trantin Caldwell Alvarado Cox Cottingham

Tracy Herbert Robertson Lissemore Pigram Rutter Trantin Caldwell Alvarado Cox Cottingham

Tracy Herbert Robertson Lissemore Pigram Rutter Trantin Caldwell Alvarado Cox Cottingham

Tracy Herbert Robertson Lissemore Francks Rutter Trantin Caldwell Alvarado Cox Cottingham

Tracy Herbert Robertson Lissemore Pigram Rutter Trantin Caldwell Livingston Cox Johnson

Tracy Herbert Robertson Lissemore Pigram Trantin Francks Caldwell Livingston Cox Cottingham

Tracy Herbert Robertson Lissemore Pigram Trantin Francks Caldwell Alvarado Cox Cottingham

Tracy Herbert Robertson Lissemore Pigram Trantin Francks Caldwell Alvarado Cox Cottingham

Tracy Herbert Robertson Lissemore Pigram Trantin Francks Caldwell Alvarado Cox Cottingham

Tracy Pradhanang Robertson Lissemore Pigram Rutter Trantin Caldwell Alvarado Cox Cottingham

*W&M started with two wide receivers and a fullback (Hobson) or tailback (Holmes)

2008 Top Offensive Performances Top Passing Performances

Top Rushing Performances

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

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

338 310 307 265 217 207 204 204 9. 187 10. 172

J. Phillips at Delaware Oct. 18 J. Phillips at New Hampshire Oct. 11 R.J. Archer vs. Villanova Oct. 4 J. Phillips at Towson Nov. 1 J. Phillips vs. Northeastern Nov. 8 J. Phillips vs. Rhode Island Oct. 25 J. Phillips vs. Richmond Nov. 22 J. Phillips vs. Norfolk State Sept. 20 J. Phillips at JMU Nov. 15 J. Phillips vs. VMI Sept. 13

180 144 130 111 97 96 92 71 58 54

T. Riggins vs. VMI J. Grimes at New Hampshire J. Grimes vs. Northeastern J. Grimes vs. Rhode Island J. Grimes vs. VMI J. Grimes at Towson J. Grimes vs. Delaware J. Grimes vs. Norfolk State J. Grimes vs. Villanova T. Schonder vs. VMI

Top Receiving Performances Sept. 13 Oct. 11 Nov. 8 Oct. 25 Sept. 13 Nov. 1 Oct. 18 Sept. 20 Oct. 4 Sept. 13

1. 119 E. Mack at Delaware 2. 105 C. Hill at Delaware 105 J. Grimes vs. Villanova 4. 99 D.J. McAulay at N.C. State 5. 96 D.J. McAulay vs. Northeastern 6. 92 D.J. McAulay at JMU 7. 83 E. Mack vs. Villanova 8. 80 D.J. McAulay vs. Norfolk St. 9. 76 D.J. McAulay at N. Hampshire 10. 67 Three times

Oct. 18 Oct. 18 Oct. 4 Sept. 6 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Oct. 4 Sept. 20 Oct. 11

Tribe’s Longest Plays of the Season

Opponents’ s’ Longest Plays of the Season

Rush: ..............................................................67, J. Grimes vs. Northeastern, 11/8 Rushing TD: ...............................................56, J. Grimes at New Hampshire, 10/11 Pass: ................................................ 65, J. Phillips to D.J. McAulay at Towson, 11/1 Passing TD: ...................................... 65, J. Phillips to D.J. McAulay at Towson, 11/1 Punt Return: ........................................................89, D. Cox vs. Northeastern, 11/8 Kickoff Ret: ............................................................97, J. Grimes vs. Villanova, 10/4 INT Return: ................................................ 62, D. Caldwell vs. Rhode Island, 10/25 Punt: ..................................................................65, D. Miller vs. Richmond, 11/22 Field Goal: .....................................................43, B. Pate, twice, last at JMU, 11/15 Drive: .........93 yards, twice, 12 plays, 5:33, TD; 9 plays, 4:50, TD, both at UD, 10/18

Rush: ............................................................................ 64, T. Maypray (VMI), 9/13 Rushing TD: .................................................................. 64, T. Maypray (VMI), 9/13 Pass: ................................................................ 50, Landers to Turner (JMU), 11/15 Passing TD: ........................................................ 50, Landers to Turner (JMU), 11/15 Punt Return: .................................................................... 18, G. James (NCSU), 9/6 Kickoff Return: ....................................................................40, T. Fox (UNH), 10/11 INT Return: .....................................................................47, D. Vasso (UNH), 10/11 Punt: .................................................................................62, B. Rudd (NSU), 9/20 Field Goal: ...................................................................... 45, J. Castellat (NSU), 9/6 Drive: ....................................................... 95 yards, 6 plays, 2:50, TD, (JMU), 11/15

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N.C. State Phillips Riggins Hill Mack McAulay Varno Marcey Grant Hiteshew Muse Hill, Jr.

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Individual Single-Game Highs

Team Single-Game Highs

Pass Attempts: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42, J. Phillips vs. Richmond, 11/22 Pass Completions: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30, J. Phillips at New Hampshire, 10/11 Passing Yards: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .338, J. Phillips at Delaware, 10/18 Passing TDs: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4, J. Phillips, twice, last at New Hampshire, 10/11 Rushing Attempts: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25, J. Grimes at Delaware, 10/18 Rushing Yards: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 180, T. Riggins vs. VMI, 9/13 Rushing TDs: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2, J. Grimes vs. VMI, 9/13 Receptions: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8, twice, last by E. Mack at Delaware, 10/18 Receiving Yards: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119, E. Mack at Delaware, 10/18 Receiving TDs: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2, three times, last by C. Hill at JMU, 11/15 Total Offensive Yards: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330, J. Phillips at New Hampshire, 10/11 All-Purpose Yards: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 324, J. Grimes vs. Villanova, 10/4 Total Points: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12, seven times, last by C. Hill at JMU, 11/15 Points Kicking: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10, B. Pate, three times, last at Towson, 11/1 Points Rushing: . . . . . . . . . . .12, three times, last by R.J. Archer vs. Villanova, 10/4 Points Receiving: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12, four times, last by C. Hill at JMU, 11/15 Field Goals Made: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2, B. Pate, four times, last vs. Richmond, 11/22 Field Goals Attempted: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3, B. Pate, twice, last vs. Richmond, 11/22 PATs Attempted: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7, B. Pate vs. VMI, 9/13 PATs Made: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7, B. Pate vs. VMI, 9/13 Punts: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9, D. Miller at N.C. State, 9/6 Punting Yards: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 408, D. Miller at Virginia Tech, 9/22 Punting Average: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49.0, D. Miller vs. Richmond, 11/22 Punt Returns: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3, four times, last by D. Cox vs. Northeastern, 11/8 Punt Return Yards: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98, D. Cox vs. Northeastern, 11/8 Kickoff Returns: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6, J. Grimes at New Hampshire, 10/11 Kickoff Return Yards: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161, J. Grimes vs. Villanova, 10/4 Kickoff Return Avg: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40.3 J. Grimes vs. Villanova, 10/4 Interceptions: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1, 16 times Interception Yards: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62, D. Caldwell vs. Rhode Island, 10/25 Tackles: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16, M. Pigram at JMU, 11/15 Solo Tackles: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12, twice, last J. Trantin vs. Northeastern, 11/8 Tackles for loss: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.0, A. Tracy vs. Norfolk State, 9/20 Sacks: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.0, A. Tracy at New Hampshire, 10/11 Pass Breakups: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3, F. Johnson vs. Norfolk State, 9/20

Pass Attempts: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42, vs. Richmond, 11/22 Pass Completions: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30, at New Hampshire, 10/11 Passing Yards: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 338, at Delaware, 10/18 Passing TDs: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4, twice, last at New Hampshire, 10/11 Yards Per Completion: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.6, twice vs. Villanova, 10/4 Rushing Attempts: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45, at Towson, 11/1 Rushing Yards: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 398, vs. VMI, 9/13 Rushing TDs: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4, vs. VMI, 9/13 Yards Per Rush: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.7, vs. VMI, 9/13 Total Yards: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 570, vs. VMI, 9/13 Points Scored: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52, vs. VMI, 9/13 TDs Scored: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7, vs. VMI, 9/13 Total Plays: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78, last at Towson, 11/1 Field Goals Made: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2, four times, last vs. Richmond, 11/22 Field Goals Attempted: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3, vs. Richmond, 11/22 PATs Attempted: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7, vs. VMI, 9/13 PATs Made: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7, vs. VMI, 9/13 Punts: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9, at N.C. State, 9/6 Punting Yards: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 408, at N.C. State, 9/6 Punting Average: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49.0, vs. Richmond, 11/22 Punt Returns: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4, twice, last vs. Villanova, 10/4 Punt Return Yards: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98, vs. Northeastern, 11/8 Kickoff Returns: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, twice, last at New Hampshire, 10/11 Kickoff Return Yards: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161, vs. Villanova, 10/4 Kickoff Return Average: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40.3, vs. Villanova, 10/4 Interceptions: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4, vs. Norfolk State, 9/20 Interception Yards: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73, at N.C. State, 9/6 Forced Fumbles: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2, twice, vs. Norfolk State, 9/20 & vs. VMI, 9/13 Fumble Return Yards: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 Turnovers Gained: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5, vs. Norfolk State, 9/20 Turnovers Lost: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7, vs. Richmond, 11/22 Sacks: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4, vs. Richmond, 11/22 Sacks Allowed: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4, vs. Richmond, 11/22 First Downs: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30, vs. VMI, 9/13 Third Down Conv. %: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71.4 (5-7), vs. VMI, 9/13 Fourth Down Conversion %: . . . 100.0 (3-3), five times, last vs. Richmond, 11/22 Penalties: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8, vs. VMI, 9/13 Penalty Yards: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80, vs. VMI, 9/13 Possession Time: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34:42, at Towson, 11/1

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Pass Att.

Pass Yards

Rushes

Rush. Yds

Receptions

Rec. Yds.

Tackles

TFLs

N.C. State VMI Norfolk St. Villanova N. Hamp. Delaware R. Island Towson N’Eastern JMU Richmond

30, Phillips hillips 18, Phillips 26, Phillips 37, Archer 40, Phillips 38, Phillips 24,, Phillips 33, Phillips 22, Phillips 30,, Phillips 42, Phillips

139, Phillips 172, Phillips 204, Phillips 307, Archer 310, Phillips 338, Phillips 207, Phillips 265, Phillips 217, Phillips 187, Phillips 204, Phillips

12, Riggins 15, Riggins 9, Grimes 11, Grimes 23, Grimes 25, Grimes 19, Grimes 20, Grimes 16, Grimes 9, Grimes 19, Grimes

52, Riggins 180, Riggins 71, Grimes 58, Grimes 144, Grimes 92, Grimes 111, Grimes 96, Grimes 130, Grimes 48, Grimes 52, Grimes

6, McAulay 4, Mack/Varno 4, Mack 6, Grimes/Varno 8, Grimes 8, Mack 5, Hill 5, Varno, Grimes 3, three players 6, McAulay 6, Varno

99, McAulay 60, Varno 80, McAulay 105, Grimes 76, McAulay 119, Mack 55, Hill 67, Varno 96, McAulay 92, McAulay 67, Varno/Hill

8, Tracy/Rutter 10, Caldwell 6, four players 15, Rutter 13, Tracy 8, Rutter 13, Trantin 7, three players 13, Trantin 16, Pigram 10, Tracy

1.5, Herbert 1, Tracy/Caldwell 2.0, Cox 1, Pulley 4.0, Tracy 1.5, Tracy 1.5, three players 1.0 Hyde 3.0, Tracy 2.0, Tracy 3.0, Rutter 1.0, Four Players 1.0, four players 0.5, Tracy/Pradhanang 2.0, Lissemore 1.5, Tracy 1.0, four players None 1.0, Lissemore None 2.0, Pigram, Pradhanang 1.5, Tracy

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TRIBE FOOTBALL TIMELINE HISTORY

1891 Students begin asking for a football team, editorial appears in a literary magazine in favor of its adoption.

of the All-Southern team and appears on several All-America teams. The Indians receive a bid to the Dixie Bowl in Birmingham, Jan. 1, 1948, but lose to Arkansas, 21-19.

1893 Intramural football grows into a faculty-approved team and first game is played against Norfolk YMCA in Norfolk. The first victory was recorded against the Old Dominion Club.

1948 W&M football team gains second consecutive bowl bid, defeating Oklahoma A&M, 20-0, in the Delta Bowl in Memphis. Jack Cloud leads the Tribe to one of the nation’s biggest upsets, a 7-7 tie with North Carolina. The Tribe also tops N.C. State and Virginia Tech and gains sweet revenge over Arkansas, 9-0.

1894 First intercollegiate game played, a 28-0 loss to HampdenSydney College. 1895

1951 Marvin Bass directs the Tribe to a 7-3 mark in his only year as a head coach.

No football played because of lack of student interest.

1896 First athletic rules adopted, including college regulations for football.

1953 With only 24 members on the squad, Head Coach John T. “Jackie” Freeman (Class of 1944) guides the “Iron Indians” to a 5-4-1 record. That depleted squad upsets Wake Forest in the season opener, ties Navy and defeats N.C. State, VPI, George Washington and Richmond.

1898 Tribe plays first game vs. Richmond (a 15-0 loss) starting the longest football rivalry in the South. The College also records first intercollegiate win, a 10-0 win vs. Randolph-Macon.

1964 Marv Levy takes over a program that hasn’t posted a winning record in 10 years.

1904 W&M becomes a member of the Eastern Division of the Virginia Collegiate Athletic Association and records its first victory over Richmond, 15-6, which was the College’s first-ever conference win. 1906-07 During this academic year, the first Cary Field was built thanks to a donation by T. Archibald Cary of Richmond. The facility included bleachers and was located just west of the original football field along Richmond Road, where the Bryan Complex now stands.

Jack Cloud (above), one of the greatest players in Tribe history, appeared on the cover of Street and Smith’s 1948 Football Yearbook. Cloud 1911 Dr. William J. Young becomes the first full-time head coach at earned All-America honors in three consecutive W&M. years (1946-48) and led W&M to the Southern 1918 World War I interrupts athletics program, and only one game is Conference Championship in 1947. played. Until this point, only state teams and teams from the immediate area appeared on the schedule. 1924 Legendary coach Knute Rockne gives a two-week coaching clinic on campus. The following year, Rockne gives only two clinics, one at Notre Dame and one at W&M. 1926 On Oct. 23, the Alumni Association stages the first Homecoming Day in the College’s 233 years of existence. The team loses only to northern foes to post a 7-3 overall record. William and Mary wins the Southern title and beats Chattanooga in its first bowl bid.

1967 En route to their third consecutive winning season, the Indians score three touchdowns in the fourth quarter to stun Navy 27-16. Navy, ranked No. 1 in the East, falls to W&M for the first time in 25 years (See below). 1968 Freshman defensive back Warren Winston of Richmond becomes the first African-American to receive a football scholarship at W&M.

1970 With a losing record (5-6), Head Coach Lou Holtz directs the Indians to the Tangerine Bowl after two scrappy, end-of-the-season comebacks. Toledo wins the postseason game, 40-12. 1976

Head Coach Jim Root guides the Indians to seven wins for the first time since 1951.

1980

Jimmye Laycock returns to his alma mater to take over the reins of the program.

1927 The first night football game in the East is played on Sept. 24, as W&M drops a 12-0 decision to Catholic under the lights set up on Cary Field.

1981 The College, along with 44 other programs, moves from Division I-A to I-AA. Freshman Mark Kelso earns all-state honors and would later go on to gain Academic All-America status on two occasions, before a standout professional career with the Buffalo Bills.

1935 Cary Field Stadium, which would become Zable Stadium, is completed to seat 10,000, with a quarter-mile track and practice field included. The first game played in the stadium is a scoreless tie against the University of Virginia.

1986 The Tribe gains a bid to the NCAA playoffs after posting a 9-2 record. W&M loses to Delaware, 51-17. Michael Clemons rushed for 1,118 yards and 10 touchdowns to earn Kodak First Team All-America honors.

1939 Carl Voyles, Wallace Wade’s assistant at Duke, is appointed head coach and athletics director, and R.N. “Rube” McCray is made his assistant. “Fabulous Freshman” team, which Voyles and McCray brought in, gains national recognition. 1940 VMI ties William and Mary, but no state team defeats the Indians. From 1940 through 1948, no state team beats or ties W&M. 1942 William and Mary wins the Southern Conference championship, losing only to the star-studded North Carolina Pre-Flight Eleven. The Tribe defeats Oklahoma in postseason play. Guard Garrard “Buster” Ramsey becomes William and Mary’s first AP First Team All-America player. 1943

Varsity football discontinued for second time because of war.

1944 Voyles leaves William and Mary for Auburn, McCray becomes head coach and athletics director. 1946 Pre-war stars return from service, and William and Mary finishes second in the Southern Conference. 1947 William and Mary wins second conference championship. McCray is named Coach of the Year in the league, and fullback Jack Cloud is named captain

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1966 W&M appears on network television for the first time, as ABC-TV broadcasts the Indians’ game against Boston College to a large Northeast and Mid-Atlantic audience.

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W&M’s 1967 victory over Navy ranks as one of the biggest upsets in college football history. Most people didn’t give the Tribe a chance. Only Andrew Beyer, in the Washington Post, cautioned that an upset was possible, because of William and Mary’s passing game. Few took such warnings seriously. The odds makers made it a 20-point spread at game time. How big an upset was it? When the NCAA celebrated the first 100 years of college football, they listed the 10 greatest upsets in history. One of them was William and Mary 27, Navy 16, Oct. 21, 1967.


2001 W&M posts an 8-4 mark, winning a share of the Atlantic 10 Conference crown and making its first NCAA Playoff appearance since 1996. Senior tailback Komlan Lonergan sets the career kickoff return yardage record (1,464), junior quarterback Dave Corley establishes the College’s career mark for total offense (8,173) and sophomore receiver Rich Musinski breaks the school’s single season receiving yardage mark by posting 1,393 yards on 59 catches. Eleven student-athletes earn all-conference honors and Musinski and OT Dwight Beard earn All-American honors.

1987 Steve Christie is named ECAC Place-kicker kicker of the YYear. Christie went on to set school records for career points, field goals, extra points and longest field goal (53 yards). 1988 Jimmye Laycock becomes winningest coach in W&M football history. The Tribe plays in its sixth postseason game, the first one ever to be played by an American team in Japan against a Japanese all-star squad. The Epson Ivy Bowl is an awesome success with a 73-3 victory. 1989 Tribe gains a bid to the NCAA playoffs after posting an 8-2-1 record. W&M loses to Furman, 24-10. W&M ends the season ranked 10th. 1990 Cary Field Stadium is renamed after Walter J. Zable during the homecoming game. The Tribe finishes with a school-record 10 victories and advances to the quarterfinals of the NCAA playoffs. William and Mary defeats Richmond in the 100th meeting between the two teams. The College led the nation in total offense by averaging almost 500 yards per game and claimed the Lambert Cup for I-AA supremacy in the East. 1992 William and Mary finishes with a 9-2 record, becoming only the fifth team in school history to achieve nine victories. The Tribe travels to Tokyo and defeats Nihon University, 35-19, in the fifth Epson Ivy Bowl. The game was the first-ever match-up between a major U.S. college team and a Japanese university squad. 1993 Celebrating its 100th year of football, and its first year of Yankee Conference play, the Tribe posts a 9-2 record and finishes second in the league (7-1). W&M advances to the NCAA playoffs where it loses to third-seeded McNeese St., 34-28, in Lake Charles, La. Quarterback Shawn Knight sets a NCAA Division I-AA record for pass efficiency (204.6) while defensive tackle Craig Staub becomes the most decorated player in Tribe history by being named to four All-America teams, while also being honored as the league’s defensive player of the year. Staub was also named to the GTE/CoSIDA Academic AllAmerica squad. 1994

Tribe finishes with 8-3 record, capping the best three-year stretch in school history (26-8).

1995 Jimmye Laycock becomes only the 13th Division I-AA head coach to reach the 100-win plateau with a 39-0 win at defending conference champion New Hampshire. The College finishes the season with a 7-4 mark and places 13 athletes on the all-conference squad, including senior LB Jason Miller, who was also named the Yankee Conference Defensive Player of the Year.

2002 Tribe senior quarterback Dave Corley, Jr. breaks the school’s all-time passing yardage record in W&M’s 6-5 season, the 17th winning ledger in the past 20 years. Corley ends up as the holder of 16 school records. His main target, wide out Rich Musinski, becomes the Tribe’s all-time receiving yards leader in the season finale against Richmond. 2003 Standout wide receiver Rich Musinski breaks the A-10 10 record for career receiving yards with 4,168 yards and is named a first-team All-American by the American Football Coaches Association. He also finished his career as the College’s all-time leader in receptions (223) and touchdowns (31). He is only the third player in NCAA history to collect more than 4,000 receiving yards. 2004 Tribe senior quarterback Lang Campbell wins the Walter Payton Award, given annually to I-AA’s top offensive player, after leading the College to its first 11-win season and first appearance in the national semifinals, a Friday night contest against state-rival JMU broadcast to a national television audience from Zable Stadium. Campbell sets single-season records for passing yards (3,988), completions (298) and touchdown passes (30), among others, and was a consensus First Team All-American and the Atlantic 10 Offensive Player ayer of the YYear, W&M’s first to earn the award. Junior place-kicker Greg Kuehn takes the A10 Special Teams Playerr of the YYear and All-America honors after leading the nation with 19 field goals. Campbell’s main receiving threat, senior Dominique Thompson, shatters the school’s single-season record for receiving yards with 1,585 and set a new season standard with 79 receptions en route to All-America status. Junior defensive end Adam O’Connor also earned All-America honors after piling up eight sacks.

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The scoreboard at Scott Stadium reflects the Tribe’s 1986 victory over Virginia in Charlottesville.

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1999 Laycock and his staff guide the squad to its eighth consecutive winning season with a 6-5 mark. Place-kicker Brett Sterba ties the A10 record for field goals in a season with 18 and WR Dave Conklin graduates as the school’s all-time leader in receptions (190), receiving yards (3,269) and TD catches (27). Sophomore Komlan Lonergan sets the school single-season kickoff return yardage mark with 743 yards.

2005 Record-breaking place-kicker Greg Kuehn ends his career as one of the program’s most decorated athletes. An All-American and former conference special teams player of the year, Kuehn shattered the Atlantic 10 record for career field goals and also set the school standard with 59 field goals, a mark that ranks eighth in NCAA I-AA history. Kuehn also stands as the College’s career scoring leader at 343 points, which also ranks third in NCAA history for kickers. Additionally, Kuehn became the first A-10 kicker to earn all-conference honors in each of his four seasons. Also in 2005, permanent lights are installed at Zable Stadium and the Tribe hosts JMU, once again in front of a sellout crowd, in the first regular season night game at Zable. 2008 The Jimmye Laycock Football Center is officially dedicated during the annual Football Alumni Reunion Weekend on June 21. In addition to the scores of former players and coaches who returned for the weekend’s festivities, the special guest speakers included Lanny Wadkins, Marv Levy, Mike Tomlin, Jim Copeland, Frank Beamer and Ralph Friedgen. Located at the northwest corner of Zable Stadium, the impressive $11 million, 30,000-square foot structure was funded exclusively through private gifts. The center features a state-of-the-art home for meeting rooms, coaches offices, team and coaches lockers, an athletic training room, equipment storage areas, and administrative support areas. As part of the Laycock Center project, the Joseph Montgomery Practice Complex was also redone with new natural grass Bermuda sod.

1996 The College wins its first Yankee Conference title in the league’s last season of competition. On its way to the league title, the College finishes with a school-record No. 5 final national ranking, ties the school record for wins (10) and makes a quarterfinal showing in the NCAA Div. I-AA playoffs. The team also takes home the Lambert Cup and ECAC Team of the Year trophies. OG Josh Beyer and safety Darren Sharper earn multiple first team All-America honors, while Sharper becomes the third Tribe player to be named as the Yankee Conference’s Defensive Player of the Year. As a second-round selection of the Green Bay Packers, Sharper also becomes the highest NFL draft pick in school history.

In 2004, W&M won a school-record 11 games and its third Atlantic 10 Championship. The Tribe advanced to the NCAA I-AA Semifinals, hosting state-rival James Madison in a nationally- televised (ESPN2) contest at soldout Zable Stadium.

1997 W&M reaches an all-time high national ranking of No. 2 in the coaches poll in the season’s third week and finished with a 7-4 mark. W&M has 10 players named to All-Atlantic 10 honors, marking the third-straight season with double-digit honorees. 1998 The Tribe ends the year with a 7-4 record and a No. 17 final national ranking. The squad produces three players who earned All-America honors: QB Mike Cook, DT Raheem Walker and P/TE Mike Leach.

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2001 2002 2003 2004

2007 2008

Dwight Beard

Rich Musinski

Dominique Thompson

Mario Shaffer, OG (AP - First; Kodak - First) Mark Kelso, DB (AP - Hon. Mention) Michael Clemons, TB (Kodak - First) Scott Perkins, OL (AP - Second) Steve Christie, PK (AP - Hon. Mention) Harry Mehre, WR (AP - Hon. Mention) Steve Christie, P/PK (Kodak - First; SN, AP - Second) Reggie White, OG (SN - Second) Reggie White, OG (SN, AP, WC, Kodak - First) Robert Green, TB (AP - Third) Peter Reid, OT (SN - Hon. Mention) Tom Walters, OG (SN - Hon. Mention) Craig Staub, DT (SN, WC, FG - First; AP - Second) Tom Walters, OG (SN, AP - Second; FG - Third) Shawn Knight, QB (SN - Hon. Mention) Darren Sharper, FS (SN - Hon. Mention) Greg Applewhite, LB (SN - Hon. Mention) Darren Sharper, FS (SN, Football Almanac - First) Josh Beyer, OG (SN - Third) Darren Sharper, FS (SN, FG, AFCA, AP, WC – First) Josh Beyer, OG (SN, AFCA, AP, WC, FG - First) Brian Shallcross, PK (SN – Third) Luke Cullinane, DL (AP – Third) Mike Cook, QB (AP, ESPN, SN – Second) Mike Leach, TE (AP, SN – Second) Raheem Walker, DL (SN – Third) Brett Sterba, K (AFCA, SN, Burger King - First) Mike Leach, TE (Walter Camp - First) Todd Greineder, LB (FG - Hon. Mention) Matt Mazefsky, OT (FG - Second) Chris Rosier, WR (FG - Hon. Mention) Raheem Walker, DT (SN - First; FG - Second) Rich Musinski, WR (FG - Third; FG - Hon. Mention) Dwight Beard, OT (FG - Hon. Mention) Dwight Beard, OL (AFCA- First; AP- First) Rich Musinski, WR (AFCA – First) Lang Campbell, QB (AFCA, AP, SN, WC, FG - First) Greg Kuehn, PK (SN - Second; AP, FG - Third) Adam O’Connor, DE (AP - Third) Dominique Thompson, WR (AP, SN, FG - Second) Drew Atchison, TE (SN - Hon. Mention) Adrian Tracy, DE (SN, CSN - Hon. Mention) Jonathan Grimes, KR (SN - Hon. Mention; CSN - Hon. Mention ROY)

Drew Atchison

ALL-AMERICANS

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Darren Sharper

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Mark Kelso

KEY: AP - Associated Press; UP - United Press; SN - Sports Network; FG - Football Gazette; zette; WC - Walter Camp Foundation; AFCA - American Football Coaches Association Asso CSN - College Sporting News

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2004 PAYTON AWARD WINNER

LANG CAMPBELL After leading the College to one of its most successful seasons in school history, quarterback Lang Campbell put a fitting end to what was a magical football season by being named the recipient of the 2004 Walter Payton Award at the 18th annual I-AA College Football Awards Ceremony held on December 16th in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Campbell became the first Tribe player to earn the award, which is presented annually to the most outstanding offensive player in the FCS ranks, by virtue of a national vote of college sports information directors and selected media. Campbell established school single-season records for passing yards (3,988), total offense (4,305) and touchdowns (30), as well as touchdowns responsible for (38, as he also had eight rushing TDs). The Winchester, Va., native led William & 108

Mary to a share of the Atlantic 10 title and its first appearance in the NCAA I-AA semifinals, along with the first 11-win season in the 110-year history of the Tribe’s program. At the conclusion of the regular season, Campbell was honored as the A-10 Offensive Player of the Year, becoming the first player in the Tribe’s 12-year association with the league to earn the award. He earned the A-10’s highest individual offensive honor as the key component in a Tribe attack that averaged over 430 yards and 34 points a contest. The history and economics major helped power the squad to a 11-3 final record, a share of the A-10 Title and a school-record No. 3 seed in the NCAA Championship field by leading the conference in seven different categories, including passing yards, passing efficiency and total offense.

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Campbell’s 2004 Statistics Att. 41 23 15 36 30 27 30 29 34 33 28 37 53 39 455

Cmp. Pct. 23 .561 11 .478 11 .733 22 .611 19 .633 20 .741 20 .667 20 .690 22 .647 26 .788 21 .750 23 .623 30 .566 30 .769 298 .655

Yds. AVG/G 322 322.0 148 148.0 160 160.0 378 378.0 368 368.0 192 192.0 355 355.0 268 268.0 232 232.0 323 323.0 291 291.0 294 294.0 342 342.0 315 315.0 3988 284.9

TD 2 0 2 1 0 2 4 3 1 2 4 3 3 3 30

INT 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 5

Rsh. 6 14 4 8 8 6 7 3 10 4 4 9 9 9 101

Yds. TD Avg/G. 35 2 35.0 42 0 42.0 -5 0 -5.0 9 2 9.0 32 1 32.0 10 1 10.0 -14 0 -14.0 19 0 19.0 60 1 61.0 12 0 12.0 4 0 4.0 71 0 71.0 27 0 27.0 18 1 18.0 317 8 22.6

lina, Campbell accounted for four touchdowns and 357 total yards in the team’s hard-fought 49-38 loss. He etched his name throughout the College’s record book in just two years as a starter, ranking fifth in career passing yards (6,494), fourth in total offense (7,149) and third in touchdown passes (54). A four-time honor roll student at the College, Campbell graduated with a GPA of better than 3.3 and with a degree in history and economics. Not only a leader on the field, Campbell was active in helping chart the school’s athletic policies, as they relate to athletes, by being a member of the school’s Student Athletics Advisory Council. He also made an impact for several local charities, including Avalon (a house for abused women and children) and St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. Campbell received 40 first-place votes and 315 points from the panel of 94 I-AA sports information directors and selected media. Following Campbell in the voting were Sam Houston State quarterback Dustin Long, who earned 17 firstplace votes and 185 total points, and Appalachian State wide receiver DaVon Fowlkes, who had eight first-place votes and 151 total points.

A Tradition of Great Tribe Quarterbacks Bob Stoy (1957-60) All-Southern Scholastic Team, 1960

Bill Deery (1972-74) All-Southern Conference, 1974

Tom Rozantz (1975-78) All-America, 1976 All-Southern Conference, 1976 All-America, 1977 Blue-Gray All-Star Football Classic, 1978

Stan Yagiello (1982-85) All-ECAC, 1995

All-Yankee Conference, 1993 All-ECAC, 1994 All-Yankee Conference, 1994

Mike Cook (1994-98) All-ECAC, 1996 All-Yankee Conference, 1996 All-America, 1998 All-ECAC, 1998 All-Atlantic 10, 1998

David Corley, Jr. (1998-2002)

Chris Hakel (1987-91)

Lang Campbell (2000-04)

Shawn Knight (1990-94) All-America, 1993 All-ECAC, 1993

All-Colonial Athletic Association, 2007 All-Colonial Athletic Association, 2008

All-Atlantic 10 Academic Team, 2000 Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Year, 1999 All-Atlantic 10, 2000 All-Atlantic 10, 2001 All-Atlantic 10, 2002

Blue-Gray All-Star Classic, 1991 North-South Shrine Game, 1991

Jake Phillips (2004-08)

Daron Pope (1996-2000)

All-ECAC, 1986 Academic All-America, 1986 NFF Postgraduate Scholarship Winner, 1986

Ken Lambiotte (1985-86)

Atlantic 10 Offensive Player of the Year Year, 2004 ECAC Player of the Year, 2004 All-ECAC, 2004 Las Vegas All-American Classic, 2004 All-Atlantic 10 Academic Team, 2004 Atlantic 10 Scholar-Athlete of the Year, 2004

PAYTON AWARD WINNER LANG CAMPBELL

G/S at North Carolina 9/4 at #10 New Hampshire 9/18 VMI 9/25 #16 NORTHEASTERN 10/2 at Liberty 10/9 RHODE ISLAND 10/16 at #3 Delaware 10/23 at Towson 10/30 #19 Villanova 11/6 #4 James Madison 11/13 Richmond 11/20 #11 Hampton 11/27 #10 Delaware 12/4 #8 James Madison 12/10 2004 TOTALS 14/14

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By ending the season leading the sixth-ranked Tribe to a 38-14 win over arch rival Richmond with 291 yards and four touchdowns on 21 completions (in 28 attempts), Campbell earned his third A-10 Offensive Player of the Week honor. Campbell’s season average of 284.9 passing yards per game is a school-record and was the top figure in the A-10. Campbell became just the fourth Tribe quarterback to throw for 3,000 yards in a season and joins former All-American signal-caller Mike Cook (1995-98) as the College’s only quarterbacks to accomplish the trick in just 11 games (Cook threw for 3,028 in 1998). Campbell’s 3,988 passing yards shatters the school’s previous single-season total of 3,414, set by Chris Hakel during a 13-game 1990 season. By completing 65.5 percent of his attempts (298 of 455), Campbell had the third-best single-season completion percentage in school history. In fact, he ended his career by completing better than 50 percent of his attempts in all but one of his 24 career starts. For his career, Campbell registered a completion percentage of .649, which ranks him second all-time at the College (trailing only Shawn Knight’s career mark of .655). Campbell ended the regular season with just one interception in 326 attempts. His minuscule interception percentage of .31 was the best 11-game average in the nation among all levels (the next closest total was Georgetown’s Andrew Crawford, who sported a .64 average, with just one pick in 156 attempts) and an NCAA regular-season record. Campbell ended the regular season by throwing 235 consecutive passes without an interception and had a TD-to-INT ratio of 21:1, which was far and away the nation’s best total among all quarterbacks. He also rushed for eight touchdowns and 317 yards. All season Campbell proved his ability to excel when the spotlight was shining brightest. In the eight games against ranked opponents in 2004, he averaged 291.1 passing yards per game (2,330), completed 66.1% of his attempts (154 of 233) and accounted for 18 touchdowns. In his lone outing against I-A competition, at the University of North Caro-

All-Atlantic 10 Academic Team, 2002 All-Atlantic 10, 2003 All-Atlantic 10 Academic Team, 2003 All-Atlantic 10, 2004 Walter Payton Award, 2004 All-America, 2004

(L-R) Mike Cook (’97), Lang Campbell ((’05) and Shawn Knight ((’95) each earned All-America honors as quarterbacks for Head Coach Jimmye Laycock.

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Bob Soleau (‘64) was chosen as the Southern Conference Player of the Year in 1962.

Dwight Beard (‘03) was selected to the All-Atlantic 10 First Team as both a junior and a senior.

Team Accomplishments

ECAC Player of the Year 2004 Lang Campbell, QB

Atlantic 10 Championships (3) 1996, 2001, 2004 Southern Conf. Championships (4) 1942, 1947, 1966, 1970

1962 Bob Soleau, G

NCAA Playoff Appearances (7) 1986, 1989, 1990, 1993, 1996 2001, 2004

1965 George Pearce, E

Bowl Game Appearances (5) 1947 - Dixie Bowl 1948 - Delta Bowl 1970 - Tangerine Bowl 1988 - Epson Ivy Bowl 1992 - Epson Ivy Bowl

Southern Conf. Athlete of the Year 1966 Chuck Albertson

Player Awards Walter Payton Award 2004 Lang Campbell, QB A-10 Offensive Player of the Year 2004 Lang Campbell, QB A-10 Special Teams Player of the YYear 2004 Greg Kuehn, PK Y Yankee/Atlantic 10 Conference Defensive Player of the Year 1993 Craig Staub, DT 1995 Jason Miller, LB 1996 Darren Sharper, FS Yankee/A- 10/CAA Rookie of the Year 1996 David Conklin, WR 1999 David Corley, Jr., QB 2000 Rich Musinski, WR 2009 Jonathan Grimes, RB

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1970 Phil Mosser, FB

1971 Phil Mosser All-Yankee Conference 1993 Craig Staub, DT - 1st Wally Vale, OT - 1st Tom Walters, OG - 1st Chris Dawson, P - 1st Greg Applewhite, LB - 2nd Derek Fitzgerald, RB - 2nd Shawn Knight, QB - 2nd Corey Ludwig, WR - 2nd Tony Tomich, C - 3rd Mike Bertoni, DE - 3rd Eric Lambert, LB - 3rd 1994 Darren Sharper, S - 1st Shawn Knight, QB - 2nd Greg Applewhite, LB - 2nd Mike Tomlin, WR - 2nd Troy Keen, RB - 2nd Josh Beyer, G - 2nd Jude Waddy, LB - 3rd 1995 Derek Fitzgerald, RB -1st Jason Miller, LB - 1st Josh Beyer, OG - 1st Darren Sharper, S - 1st Jim Simpkins, DT - 2nd Charlie White, C - 2nd Stefon Moody, LB - 2nd Troy Keen, TB - 3rd

Brett Sterba (’(’01 ’01 01)) w was as a three-time all-conference selection, earning first rst-team honors twice. Pete Coyne, DT - 3rd Mark McCain, KR - 3rd Brian Shallcross, K - 3rd Jude Waddy, LB - 3rd Terry Hammons, WR - 3rd 1996 Darren Sharper, S - 1st Josh Beyer, OG - 1st Mike Bertoni, DE - 1st Luke Cullinane, DE - 1st Alvin Porch, RB - 1st Mike Cook, QB - 1st Brian Giamo, DT - 2nd Mike McGowan, LB - 2nd Stefon Moody, LB - 2nd Jude Waddy, LB - 2nd Dan Rossentini, OG - 2nd Peter Coyne, DT - 3rd All-Atlantic 10 Conference 1997 Ron Harrison, CB - 1st Dan Rossentini, OG - 1st Jude Waddy, LB - 1st Brian Shallcross, PK - 1st Luke Cullinane, DE - 1st Alvin Porch, RB - 2nd Greg Whirley, OT - 2nd Pete Coyne, DT - 2nd Sean McDermott, S - 3rd Kendrick Ashton, CB - 3rd 1998 Mike Cook, QB - 1st Greg Whirley, OL - 1st Mike Leach, P - 1st Raheem Walker, DL - 1st Mike Leach, TE - 2nd Hameen Ali, RB - 3rd Sean Reid, OT - 3rd Brett Sterba, K - 3rd 1999 Brett Sterba, K - 1st Mike Leach, P - 1st Mike Beverly, CB - 2nd Khari Reynolds, CB - 2nd Dave Conklin, WR - 2nd Chris Morris, C - 2nd

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Mike Cook (‘99) earned first-team all-conference honors in 1998 after throwing 26 touchdown passes. Justin Solomon, DE - 2nd Chris Stahl, DE - 3rd Matt Mazefsky, OT - 3rd 2000 Matt Mazefsky, OT - 1st Brett Sterba, K - 1st Raheem Walker, DT - 1st Jimmy Cerminaro, FS - 2nd Todd Greineder, LB - 2nd Chris Rosier, WR - 2nd Chris Stahl, DE - 2nd David Corley, QB - 3rd M. Youssofi, LB - 3rd 2001 Dwight Beard, OT - 1st Rich Musinski, WR - 1st David Corley, QB - 2nd Marty Magerko, LB - 2nd Rich Musinski- RS - 2nd Mike Nagelin, PK - 2nd Chris Stahl, DE - 2nd Scott Tompkins, C - 2nd Marques Bobo, S - 3rd Brandon Johnson, TE - 3rd Chad Richards, DT - 3rd 2002 Dwight Beard, OT - 1st Rich Musinski, WR - 1st Billy Parker, CB - 1st David Corley, Jr., QB - 2nd Greg Kuehn, K - 2nd Corey Paxton, TE - 2nd M. Youssofi, LB - 2nd Marques Bobo, S - 3rd Paul Carpenter, LB - 3rd Ray Loffredo, OG - 3rd Jon Smith, RB - 3rd M. Washington, DL - 3rd 2003 Rich Musinski, WR - 1st Billy Parker, CB - 1st Marques Bobo, S - 2nd Paul Carpenter, LB - 2nd Greg Kuehn, K - 2nd Steve Stocki, OG - 2nd Lang Campbell, QB - 3rd


2004 Lang Campbell, QB - 1st

All-Southern Conference 1941 Garrard Ramsey, G Harvey Johnson, B

Travis McLaurin, LB - 3rd Mike Mesi, P - 3rd 2004 Lang Campbell, QB - 1st Greg Kuehn, PK - 1st Stephen Cason, DB - 2nd Cody Morris, OL - 2nd Adam O’Connor, DE - 2nd D. Thompson, WR - 2nd Mike Mesi, P - 3rd Jon Smith, RB - 3rd Chris Ndubueze, LB - 3rd 2005 Elijah Brooks, RB - 2nd Pat Mulloy, C - 2nd Matt Trinkle, FB - 2nd Adam Bratton, TE - 2nd Greg Kuehn, PK - 2nd Cody Morris, OG - 3rd Stephen Cason, CB - 2nd Adam O’Connor, DE - 3rd 2006 Elijah Brooks, RB - 2nd Cody Morris, OL - 2nd Joe Nicholas, WR - 3rd Chris Ndubueze, LB - 2nd All-Colonial Athletic Association 2007 Jake Phillips, QB - 3rd Elliott Mack, WR - 3rd Brad Stewart, OL - 3rd Derek Cox, CB - 3rd 2008 Adrian Tracy, DE - 1st Brian Pate, PK - 1st J. Grimes, KR - 1st, RB - 2nd (Offensive Rookie of the Year) Derek Cox, CB - 2nd Rob Varno, TE - 2nd Jake Phillips, QB - 3rd D.J. McAulay, WR - 3rd Josh Rutter, LB - 3rd David Miller, P - 3rd

Rich Musinski (‘04) garnered firstteam All-CAA honors three times as a wide receiver.

Jerry Sazio ((’’’55) 55) was a two-time AllSouthern Conference linebacker.

All-ECAC 1973 Joe Montgomery, C

1993 Craig Staub, DT Wally Vale, OT Shawn Knight, QB Eric Lambert, LB Marc Richards, CB

1976 Jim Kruis, TB Hank Zimmerman, C 1977 Joe Manderfield, WR 1980 Steve McNamee, FS Kurt Wrigley, WR (Rookie of the Year) 1985 Stan Yagiello, QB Michael Clemons, RB Archie Harris, OT Bob Solderitch, C 1986 Michael Clemons, RB Ken Lambiotte, QB Archie Harris, OT Dave Pocta, LB 1987 Steve Christie, PK John Menke, OL 1988 Steve Christie, PK Scott Perkins, OL Harry Mehre, WR 1989 Steve Christie, PK/P Reggie White, OG Alan Garlic, DE 1990 Reggie White, OG Tyrone Shelton, RB Alan Garlic, DE 1991 Greg Kalinyak, OC Mark Tyler, DT 1992 Tom Walters, OG Palmer Scarritt, CB Derek Fitzgerald, TB (Rookie of the Year)

1944 John Clowes, G

1994 Darren Sharper, S Shawn Knight, QB Greg Applewhite, LB 1995 Josh Beyer, OG Jason Miller, LB Darren Sharper, S Jim Simpkins, DT 1996 Darren Sharper, S Josh Beyer, OG Mike Cook, QB Luke Cullinane, DE Brian Giamo, DT Mike McGowan, LB Alvin Porch, RB 1997 Pete Coyne, DT Dan Rossettini, OG Jude Waddy, LB Luke Cullinane, DL Sean McDermott, SS 1998 Mike Cook, QB Greg Whirley, OT Raheem Walker, DT Mike Leach, P 1999 Mike Leach, TE Matt Mazefsky, OT Brett Sterba, K Chris Stahl, DE 2000 Matt Mazefsky, OT Brett Sterba, PK 2001 Rich Musinski, WR - 1st 2002 Rich Musinski, WR - 1st

1945 Knox Ramsey, T 1946 Knox Ramsey, G Jack Cloud, B 1947 Bob Steckroth, E Knox Ramsey, G Tommy Thompson, C Jack Cloud, B Harry Caughron, T Ralph Sazio, T

HONORS AND AWARDS

Adam O’Connor (‘06) earned All-CAA honors twice at defensive end.

1942 Garrard Ramsey, G Marvin Bass, T Glenn Knox, E Harvey Johnson, B

HISTORY

2008 Adrian Tracy, DE - 1st Jonathan Grimes, RB (Rookie of the Year)

1948 Tommy Thompson, C Jack Cloud, B Harry Caughron, T Lou Hoitsma, E Jack McDowell, G Lou Creekmur, T 1949 Vito Ragazzo, E George Hughes, G Buddy Lex, B 1951 Ed Mioduszewski, B Sam Lupo, G Ted Filer, C Jerry Sazio, LB 1952 Linwood Cox, G Ed Mioduszewski, B 1953 George Parazzo, T Bill Bowman, B 1954 Jerry Sazio, LB 1955 Walt Brodie, E Bob Lusk, T 1956 Walt Brodie, E Charlie Sidwell, B 1957 Elliott Schaubach, T Bill Rush, C Larry Peccatiello, E 1959 Mike Lashley, T

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Walter Zable, Class of 1937, has long been one of the biggest supporters of Tribe football. Zable was a starting end for W&M from 1934-36, playing well enough to be named to Sports Illustrated’s Silver Anniversary All-America team. In 1987, the NCAA awarded Zable with its highest honor, the Theodore Roosevelt Award. Zable ensured that his legacy would remain with W&M when, in 1990, he and his wife Betty (Class of 1940) made a commitment towards athletics, student aid and other needs. In recognition of the gesture, the College’s Board of Visitors approved the naming of the on-campus football stadium as Walter J. Zable Stadium at Cary Field.

Bob Herb (’(’’71) 71) was a three-t three-time ime AllSouthern Conference pick and won the Jacobs Blocking Trophy in 1970.

Lou Creekmur ((’’’50) 50) was inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame in 1996.

Sports Illustrated Silver Anniversary All-America Team 1931 John W. Tuthill, E

1984 Jack Cloud Meb Davis

1936 Dan Edmondson, HB 1937 Walter Zable, E 1940 Col. Seymour Schwiller, G

1961 Eric Erdossy, G 1962 John Sapinsky, T Bob Soleau, G 1963 Bob Soleau, G 1964 Scot Swan, DB George Pearce, DE Craig Smith, OG Jeff Craig, OT 1965 George Pearce, OE Tom Feola, C Tony Buccino, DT Jim LoFrese, DHB Bob Gadkowski, LB 1966 Chuck Albertson, E Bob Gadkowski, DE Adin Brown, LB Joe Nielson, DT 1967 Bob Gadkowski, DE Adin Brown, LB Chip Young, DB Brad Cashman, T Jim Cavanaugh, E 1968 Bob Herb, C Ralph Beatty, T Terry Morton, HB Jim Barton, S Burt Waite, LB

1969 Bob Herb, C Tom Duffey, S

Jacobs Blocking Trophy 1950 Lou Creekmur, T

1970 Phil Mosser, FB Paul Scolaro, S Wally Ake, LB Jackson Neall, G Bob Herb, C

1962 Bob Soleau, G

1971 Phil Mosser, FB Paul Scolaro, S David Knight, E Jackson Neall, G

1971 Jackson Neall, G

1972 Joe Montgomery, C Terry Regan, K Ron Chappell, DE Stan Victor, OG Paul Scolaro, S David Knight, E

1981 Steve Dowdy, LB Doug Martini, OG Jerome Watters, DB

1973 Joe Montgomery, C Russell Brown, P Dick Pawlewicz, TE 1974 Bill Deery, QB Dick Pawlewicz, TE Mike Stewart, SS 1976 Tom Rozantz, QB Ken Cloud, TE Jim Kruis, TB Bruno Schmalhofer, DE

1963 Bob Soleau, G 1970 Bob Herb, C

All-South - First Team 1980 Doug Martini, OG

1982 Steve Zeuli, DT Virginia Sports Hall of Fame 1974 Gerrard S. Ramsey 1975 Tommy Thompson 1978 Eric Tipton Dr. John B. Todd 1979 Otis W. Douglas 1981 Marvin Bass 1982 Glenn Knox 1983 H. Lester Hooker, Jr. George S. Hughes

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1986 Buddy Lex 1986 William “Pappy” Gooch 1989 Lou Creekmur 1990 S.B. Eason 1993 Vito Ragazzo Paul Webb 2007 Charlie Sumner 2009 Harry “Red” Caughron NFL Hall of Fame 1996 Lou Creekmur “Teddy” Award-NCAA’s Highest Honor 1987 Walter J. Zable ’37 The Theodore Roosevelt Award is presented annually to a distinguished citizen of national reputation and outstanding accomplishment who has earned a varsity award.

W&M Players in Bowl Games Las Vegas All-American Classic 2004 Lang Campbell, QB 2005 Stephen Cason, CB Magnolia Grid-Iron Classic 2005 Stephen Cason, CB Blue-Gray All-Star Football Classic 1942 Harvey Johnson, B Garrard Ramsey, G 1945 Doc Holloway, G


1953 Ed Mioduszewski, B

1949 George Hughes, G Jack Cloud, FB Buddy Lex, B Lou Creekmur, T

1964 T.W. Alley, T

1952 Ed Mioduszewski, B 1974 Dick Pawlewicz, TE

Rotary Gridiron Classic 2002 Dwight Beard

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1986 Archie Harris, T

Academic All-America 1974 John Gerdelman, FB -1st

1991 Chris Hakel, QB

1975 Ken Smith, DB - 1st

1999 Scot Osborne, TE

1976 Ken Smith, DB - 1st

College-NFL All-Star Game 1943 Garrard Ramsey, G Harvey Johnson, HB

1977 Ken Smith, DB - 1st

1946 Garrard Ramsey, G

1979 Clarence Gains, TB - 2nd

1948 Knox Ramsey, G

1981 Steve Dowdy, LB - 2nd

1949 Tommy Thompson, C

1983 Mark Kelso, FS - 1st

1950 Lou Creekmur, T

1984 Mark Kelso, FS - 1st

1950 George Hughes, G

1986 Ken Lambiotte, QB - 2nd

North-South Shrine Game 1951 Ed Weber, HB Vito Ragazzo, E

1988 Chris Gessner, CB - 1st

1953 Bill Bowman, FB 1964 Bob Soleau, G 1965 George Pearce, E 1972 David Knight, FL 1973 Joe Montgomery, C 1991 Chris Hakel, QB East-West Shrine Game 2007 Drew Atchison, TE All-American Bowl 1974 Rick Pawlewicz 1990 Reggie White, OG Senior Bowl 1950 Jack Cloud, FB Lou Creekmur, T 1951 Vito Ragazzo, E

1978 Rob Muscalus, TE - 1st

1990 Jeff Nielsen, LB - 1st Greg Kalinyak, C - 2nd 1991 Jeff Nielsen, LB - 2nd 1992 Craig Staub, DT - 2nd 1993 Craig Staub, DT - 1st 2001 Bryce Lee, WR - 2nd A-10 Academic Team 1997 Brian Shallcross, PK Pete Coyne, DT Sean McDermott, S Sean Reid, OT Justin Solomon, DE 1998 Mike Leach, P/TE Matt Mazefsky, OT Sean Reid, OT Greg Whirley, OL Mike Beverly, CB Justin Solomon, DE 1999 Mike Leach, P/TE Matt Mazefsky, OT Justin Solomon, DE

2001 Eric Bengaard, DT Bryce Lee, WR Martin Magerko, LB Marc Matthie, LB Mike Nagelin, PK Corey Paxton, TE 2002 Corey Paxton, TE Lang Campbell, QB Corey Patterson, DB 2003 Lang Campbell, QB Corey Patterson, DB 2004 Lang Campbell, QB Corey Davis, WR Ryan Nickell, LB Corey Patterson, DB Craig Patterson, DB Jon Shaw, SS Matt Trinkle, TE 2005 Brian Neely, DT Ryan Nickell, LB Jon Shaw, SS Matt Trinkle, TE 2006 Sheldon Alexander, DB Drew Atchison, TE Corey Davis, WR Luke Hiteshew, OL Eric O’Brien, OL Zach Stout, DB Matt Trinkle, TE

Ken Smith (’(’78 ’78) 78) was a three-t three-time Academic All-American.

1957 Denys Grant, G Bill Rush, C 1959 Ben Johnson, E Laurent Kardatzke, FB 1960 Bob Stoy, QB Loye Bechtold, T Joe Poist, E

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1978 Tom Rozantz, QB

1990 Steve Christie, PK

2000 Martin Magerko, DB Matt Mazefsky, OT Corey Paxton, HB Daron Pope, QB/P Matt Sanger, HB

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1946 Mel Wright, T

1962 Dennis O’Toole, E 1963 Bill Corley, E Postgraduate Scholarship Winners 1978 Ken Smith (NCAA) 1980 Clarence E. Gaines (NCAA) 1985 Mark Kelso (NCAA) 1986 Ken Lambiotte (NFF)

Atlantic 10 Scholar-Athlete of the Year 2004 Lang Campbell, QB

1988 Chris Gessner (NFF)

CAA Academic Team 2007 Graham Falbo, FB Luke Hiteshew, OL Tim Kelley, OL Eric O’Brien, OL Brian Pate, PK Tom Schonder, RB

1993 Craig Staub (NFF)

1990 Reggie White (NFF)

NFF = National Football Foundation Disney Spirit Award 2000 Hameen Ali III

2008 Luke Hiteshew, OL Eric O’Brien, OL Brian Pate, PK Thomas Schonder, RB All-Southern Scholastic Team 1955 Denys Grant, G 1956 Denys Grant, G Charlie Sidwell, HB

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DARREN SHARPER FOUR-TIME ALL-PRO SELECTION

TRIBE IN THE PROS W&M has been producing professional football players since 1923, when Isham Hardy began his fouryear pro career with the Akron Pros. Through the years, the College has manufactured a multitude of athletes who went on to star at the professional level in leagues ranging from the NFL and NFL Europa to the Canadian Football League and the Arena League. As recently as 2005, six former Tribe players appeared on NFL rosters, including 1997 graduate Darren Sharper. A second-round selection by the Green Bay Packers in the 1997 draft, Sharper has gone on to earn four Pro Bowl appearances. This past spring, cornerback Derek Cox was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the third round with the 73rd overall pick. A four-year starter at W&M, Cox became the second-highest selection in school history, behind only Sharper.

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Name Drew Atchison Bill Bowman Tom Brown Russ Brown Todd Bushnell Dennis Cambal Lang Campbell

John Cannon Stephen Cason Winston Charles Steve Christie

Michael Clemons Flyin’ Jack Cloud John Clowes Mike Cook Dave Corley, Jr. Derek Cox Lou Creekmur Dan Darragh Otis Douglas Nick Forkovitch Chris Garrity Robert Green Chris Hakel Isham Hardy Archie Harris Ron Harrison Dan Henning George Hughes Harvey Johnson Mark Kelso David Knight Shawn Knight John Kreamcheck Ken Lambiotte Mike Leach

Buddy Lex Corey Ludwig Bob Lusk Art Matsu

Pro Team Dallas Cowboys Detroit Lions Pittsburgh Steelers Pittsburgh Steelers Honolulu Hawaiians New York Giants Washington Redskins Baltimore Colts New York Jets Cleveland Browns Berlin Thunder Austin Wranglers Arizona Rattlers Tampa Bay Buccaneers Green Bay Blizzard Georgia Force Dayton Triangles Tampa Bay Buccaneers Buffalo Bills San Diego Chargers New York Giants Toronto Argonauts Kansas City Chiefs Tampa Bay Buccaneers Toronto Argonauts Green Bay Packers Washington Redskins Detroit Lions Cleveland Browns Hamilton Tiger-Cats Calgary Stampeders Jacksonville Jaguars Detroit Lions Buffalo Bills Philadelphia Eagles Brooklyn Dodgers Washington Federals Washington Redskins Chicago Bears Minnesota Vikings Washington Redskins Atlanta Falcons Akron Indians Denver Broncos Jacksonville Jaguars San Diego Chargers Pittsburgh Steelers New York Yankees Buffalo Bills New York Jets Toronto Argonauts Chicago Bears Philadelphia Eagles Tennessee Titans Chicago Bears Denver Broncos Arizona Cardinals Hamilton Tiger Cats Calgary Stampeders Detroit Lions Dayton Triangles

Derek Cox, Jacksonville Jaguars Years 2008 1954, 1956 1957 1942 1974 1974 1975 1973 1973 2005 -06 2006 2007-08 2008 1983-89 2007 20081928 1990-91 1992-2001 2001 - 2003 2004 2007 1987 1988 1989-2000 1950-51 1952-53 1951 1999 2003-2004 2006 20091950-59 1968-70 1946-49 1948 1982 1992-96 1997 1997 1992 1993 1923-26 1987 1998 1966 1950-54 1947-48 1986-93 1973-77 1994-95 1953-55 1987 2000-01 2002 2002-08 20091954 1995 1956 1928

Name Ed Mioduszewski Melvin Martin Tom Mikula Joe Montgomery Rich Musinski

Adam O’Connor Scot Osborne

Billy Parker

Rick Pawlewitz Mike Potts Vito Ragazzo Garrard Ramsey Knox Ramsey

Chris Rosier Tom Rozantz

Jim Ryan John Sapinsky Jerry Sazio Ralph Sazio Darren Sharper Steve Shull Bob Soleau Brett Sterba Charlie Sumner Dominique Thompson Tommy Thompson Al Vandeweghe Jude Waddy Tex Warrington Ed Weber Stan Yagiello

Mike Leach, Arizona Cardinals Pro Team Baltimore Colts Saskatchewan Brooklyn Dodgers Philadelphia Eagles Charlotte Hornets Tennessee Titans Nashville Kats New England Patriots Berlin Thunder San Diego Chargers Scranton Wilkes-Barre Pioneers Carolina Panthers Minnesota innesota Vikings Seattle Seahawks Buffalo Bills New Orleans Saints Cleveland Browns Miami Dolphins Carolina Panthers New York Dragons Montreal Alouettes New York Jets Pittsburgh Steelers Manchester Wolves Hamilton Tiger Cats Chicago Cards L.A. Dons Chicago Cardinals Philadelphia Eagles Washington Redskins Cincinnati Bengals Saskatchewan Roughriders Hamilton Tiger Cats Toronto Argonauts Chicago Blitz Pittsburgh Maulers Birmingham Stallions Denver Broncos Oakland Raiders Hamilton Tiger Cats Brooklyn Dodgers Hamilton Tiger Cats Green Bay Packers Minnesota Vikings New Orleans Saints Miami Dolphins Pittsburgh Steelers Green Bay Packers Chicago Bears Minnesota Vikings St. Louis Rams Carolina Panthers Orlando (UFL) Cleveland Browns Buffalo Bisons Green Bay Packers Denver Broncos San Diego Chargers Brooklyn Dodgers LA Rams Pittsburgh Gladiators New York Knights

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TRIBE WALK-ON HALL OF FAME In athletics, players develop at various rates and react to competitive situations in different ways. For those reasons, the W&M football coaching staff understands the impact walk-on players, athletes not presented athletic scholarships directly out of high school, can make on the program. W&M has been fortunate to attract many top-quality players as walk-ons who have gone on to earn scholarships and become important parts of the success of Tribe football. Many of these players, wanting to be part of a traditional power like W&M, have turned down other scholarship offers in favor of walking onto the Tribe program with the hopes of earning a scholarship. These players’ dedication to Tribe football have been rewarded by earning scholarships and making the most of their opportunity, on and off the field. Without 116

quality walk-on players the Tribe could not continue to perform at such a high level on the national scene. Notable players who came to W&M as walk-ons include 2004 Walter Payton Award-winning quarterback Lang Campbell, 1995 Yankee Conference Defensive Player of the Year Jason Miller, record-setting wide out Josh Whipple, 2007 All-American Drew Atchison and all-conference safety Sean McDermott. Largely due to their unselfish approach to the game and their consummate team play, a number of former walk-ons have gone on to serve as team captains at W&M, including Mike McGowan and Stefon Moody in 1996, McDermott in 1997, Marc Matthie in 2001, both Campbell and Wade Harrell in 2004 and Pat Mulloy in 2005. In just two seasons as a starter, Campbell etched his name throughout

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TYRONE SHELTON FB, 1990

JASON MILLER LB, 1996

MARTY MAGERKO LB, 2002

CHARLIE WHITE OL, 1996

Jeff Sanders Mark Krautheim John Nettles Davis Pisano Rick Mueller David Szydlik Alan Fortney John Brosnahan Scott Perkins David Hickman Tyrone Shelton Mark Compher Ray Kingsfield Brian Polhemus Peter Reid Alan Williams Joe Person Steve Ford Scott Wingfield Paul Horne Charlie White Matt Byrne Warren Roarke Josh Whipple Mike Hertz Billy Commons Brian Sorrell Tom Taliferro Chris Morris Brett Sterba Bryce Lee Ian Kemp Nick Rogers Steve Stocki Lang Campbell Matt Witham Adam Bratton Pat Mulloy Blair Pritchard Drew Atchison Luke Hiteshew

WR OT TE TE OG WR C QB OG C FB WR WR FB OT TB TE OT FB OL/TE C QB TE WR FB WR C G C K WR TE FB OL QB OT TE OL PK/P TE OL

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DE DE SS FS DE DE LB DB P/K DE DB DB LB LB DE LB LB LB DB DB LB P/K LB LB LS S P/K LB LB LB LB DE DT DT P LB DE LB

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Greg Glasser Kevin Looney Mike Drake Shawn Davis Marc Willson Alan Garlic Jeff Nielsen Palmer Scarritt Dan Mueller Rob Tinsley Erin McGuire Andy Ruckman Eric Lambert Greg Applewhite Jim Simpkins Jason Miller Stefon Moody Mike McGowan Jason O’Reilly Sean McDermott Joe Wilkins Brian Shallcross Tim Engel Mike Bowler Matt Sanger Adam Braithwaite Mike Nagelin Marty Magerko Marc Matthie Andrew Solomon Paul Carpenter Wade Harrell Justin Kelly Mike McCarthy Mike Mesi Thad Wheeler Josh Wright T.J. O’Neill

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LANG CAMPBELL QB, 2005

the College record books, ranking fifth in career passing yards (6,494), fourth White came to W&M as an undersized center and went on to earn second-team in total offense (7,149) and third in touchdown passes (54). In 2004, Campbell all-conference honors in 1995. Receiver Mark Compher came to Williamsburg as a established school single-season records for passing yards (3,988), total offense walk-on and established a then-W&M record for single-season receiving yards with (4,305) and touchdowns (30), as well as touch1,180 in 1990. One of Compher’s team“There has been a tradition of success for walk-on downs responsible for (38, as he also had eight mates, fullback Tyrone Shelton, went rushing TDs). The Winchester, Va., native led athletes in our program ... I think it exemplifies from walk-on to a career that saw him William and Mary to a share of the Atlantic 10 for 2,534 yards, the fifth-highest the importance we place on work ethic here ... If rush title and its first appearance in the NCAA I-AA total in W&M history, and become an NFL semifinals, along with the first 11-win season a player comes to the College and is willing to do Draft selection. In 2002, Andrew Solomon in the 111-year history of the Tribe’s program. the work in the classroom and on the field, he will led the Tribe in tackles after joining the At the conclusion of the regular season, Campsquad as a walk-on his freshman year. get an equal opportunity to play.” bell was honored as the A-10 Offensive Player The lists that appear on this page of the Year, becoming the first Tribe player to show some of the most prominent W&M earn the award. players who have come to the Tribe - Tribe Head Coach Jimmye Laycock Former W&M defensive back Palmer as walk-ons since 1980. Each of these Scarritt, who ranks second on the W&M all-time student-athletes went on to earn starting punt return yardage list, came to the program as a walk-on. Former defensive positions and, more importantly, bachelor’s degrees from the College. The addition line walk-on Alan Garlic set W&M’s career sack record at 21. Lynchburg’s Charlie from the class of 2009 is offensive lineman Luke Hiteshew. 2009 TRIBE FOOTBALL MEDIA GUIDE

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Name Agee, Joe Albertson, Charles Barton, Jim Bass, Marvin Beyer, Josh Blanc, Henry “Nails” Bloxsom, Weldon “Spud” Bowman, Bill Brodie, Walt Brown, Adin Brown, Russ Bruce, Jack Bryant, Mel Cannon, John Caughron, Harry Cavanaugh, Jim Chappell, Harvey Cheek, Wayne Chestnut, A.F. Chipok, Steve Christie, Steve Clemmons, Michael “Pinball” Cloud, Jack Clowes, John Constantine, Butch Copeland, Charles Cox, Earl Creekmur, Lou Crockett, Cecil Darragh, Dan Davis, Randy Davis, Meb Douglas, Otis Driver, James Duffner, Mark Eason, Jimmy Edmonson, Dan Edmunds, Dave Elliott, Snuck Elzey, Bob Fields, Harold Filer, Ted Fitzgerald, Aubrey Fitzgerald, Derek Flickinger, J.R. Forkovitch, Nick Franklin, Preacher Freeman, John Gadkowski, Bob Gayle, Richard Gondak, C.R. Gooden, Elmo Graham, Marvin Grant, Denys Green, Robert Grembowitz, John Greico, Al Grove, George Hakel, Chris Halligan, Tom “Hap” Hamilton, Tom Hardage, Bob Heflin, George Henning, Dan Herb, Bob Herrmann, Walter “Shorty” Hickey, Jim Hines, Lloyd Hoitsma, Lou Holloway, Drewery Holloway Hornsby, Bob

Class 1952 1967 1969 1945 1997 1950 1929 1954 1957 1968 1974 1948 1937 1982 1949 1970 1948 1961 1941 1948 1990 1989 1950 1945 1932 1955 1955 1949 1948 1968 1950 1928 1934 1909 1975 1928 1938 1959 1926 1955 1943 1952 1956 1996 1937 1945 1936 1944 1967 1916 1941 1944 1949 1958 1998 1944 1956 1956 1992 1933 1955 1958 1950 1964 1970 1955 1942 1955 1948 1944 1941

Inducted 1976 1995 1989 1969 2008 1996 1970 1972 1973 2001 1988 1975 1969 1996 1983 2001 1979 1988 1976 1978T1 2001 1998 1969 1983 1970 1979T2 1979T2 1970 1978T1 1992 1975 1968 1969 1969 1991 1971 1975 1994 1969 1979T2 1970, 1978T1 1979 1979T2 2009 1969 1970 1971 1971 1991 1972 1986 1978T1 1978T1 1982 2003 1978T1 1979T2 1977 2004 1969 1979T2 1984 1983 1980 1987 1979T2 1971 1979T2 1978 1978T1 1980

Howard, Jimmie Hubard, Edmund Hughes, George Irwin, Newell Johns, Harry Johnson, Emil Johnson, Harvey Jones, Ed Karschner, George Karschner Kelso, Mark Kent, Y.O. King, Harold “Hal” Klein, William Knight, Dave Knight, Shawn Knox, Glenn Knox, Horace Korczowski, John Korczowski, Tom Kreamcheck, John Krueger, Herbert Kruis, Jim Lambiotte, Ken LeGrande, Bill Levy, Marv Lewis, Dick Lex, Buddy Longacre, Bob Lowe, Ottowell Lupo, Sam Lusk, Bob MacDonald, Stephen Marfizo, Bill Marino, Joe Mark, Joe Martin, Tommy Martin, Bill Masters, Harlie Matsu, Art Matthews, Waldo Maxey, C.D. McCray, Rube McGowan, Ted McNamee, Steve Meadows, Ed Mehre, Harry Mikula, Tom Milkovich, Steve Miller, Jason Montgomery, Joe Mosser, Phil Mozeleski, Mike Nagy, William Neall, Jackson Paige, Herb Palese, Bill Pawlewicz, Rick Pearce, George Peccatiello, Larry Place, Jack Porach, Jim Ragazzo, Vito Ramsey, Knox Ramsey, Gerrard “Buster” Riley, Bill Risjord, John Rozantz, Tom Rush, Bill Ryan, Jim Safko, Bill Sapinsky, John Sazio, Jerry

1943 1948 1949 1943 1945 1934 1943 1957 1956 1985 1930 1943 1945 1973 1995 1943 1943 1943 1949 1953 1939 1978 1986 1937 1952 1950 1944 1923 1952 1956 1908 1956 1937 1951 1954 1955 1942 1927 1941 1932 1938 1981 1953 1989 1948 1954 1996 1974 1972 1931 1956 1972 1948 1934 1975 1967 1958 1954 1961 1951 1948 1943 1959 1955 1979 1958 1979 1948 1964 1955

1970 1978T1 1969 1978T1 1978T1 1975 1978T1 1993 1979T2 1996 1970 1972 1978T1 1987 2006 1969, 1978T1 1978T1 1970, 1978T1 1993 1972 1971 1992 1999 1971 1997 1972 1972 1977, 1978T1 1969 1999 1973 1978 1979T2 1971 1983 T2 1979 , 1997 1979T2 1969 1969 1972 1969 1969 1971 1991 1973 2001 1979 1979T2 2007 1985 1986 1972 1979T2 1992 1978T1 1969 1991 1984 1975 1979T2 1977 1970 1970 1969, 1978T1 1979T2 1979T2 1989 2009 1988 1978T1 1996 1979T2, 2000

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Derek Fitzgerald (’(’9 ’96) 6 with Athletics Director Terry Driscoll and President W. Taylor Reveley, III at the 2009 induction ceremony. Sazio, Ralph Schaubach, Elliott Schutz, Henry Scolaro, Paul Scott, Sam Scott, William Secules, Tom Shade, Charles Shaffer, Mario Sharper, Darren Shelton, Tyrone Shull, Steve Shwiller, Seymour Sidwell, Charlie Soleau, Bob Staub, Craig Steckroth, Bob Stewart, Waddill Stoy, Bob Stryker, Henry Sumner, Charlie Syer, Lee Thompson, Tom Tipton, Eric Todd, John Todd, Lee Tucker, Rudolph Tuthill, John Van de Weghe, Al Voyles, Carl Waksmunski, Chet Wallace, Robert Walters, Tom Warrington, Tex Weaver, Charlie Weaver, Walt White, Reggie Woolwine, Wayne Wright, Mel Yagiello, Stan Yohe, Jack Young, Chip Zable, Walt T1 T2

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- Elected as member of 1942 team - Elected as member of 1950 team

1973, 1978T1 1973 1978T1 1991 1979T2 1970 1986 1971 2000 2008 2006 1993 1975 1977 1976 2005 1973, 1978T1 1970 1987 1969 1972, 1979T2 1969 1969 1989 1969 1970 1970 1979 1969, 1978T1 1978T1 1979T2 1969 2005 1970, 1978T1 2000 1978T1 2002 2002 1978T1 1997 1993 1999 1969


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Scoring Most Points Game: 36, Bill Palese vs. Bridgewater, 1931 Season: 114, Greg Kuehn, 2004 114, Robert Green, 1990 Career: 343, Greg Kuehn (PK), 2002-05 279, Steve Christie (PK), 1985-89 270, Jack Cloud (RB), 1946-49

Rich Musinski (‘04) established school records in career receptions (223) and receiving yards (4,168).

Rushing Rushing Attempts Game: 37, Wes Meeteer vs. Davidson, 1969 37, Troy Keen, vs. Northeastern, 1994 37, Derek Fitzgerald vs. Penn, 1995 Season: 272, Alvin Porch, 1996 Career: 720, Derek Fitzgerald, 1995-98 Rushing Yards Game: 257, Phil Mosser vs. Ohio Wesleyan, 1970 Season: 1408, Robert Green, 1990 Career: 3744, Derek Fitzgerald, 1995-98

Most Touchdowns Game: 6, Bill Palese vs. Bridgewater, 1931 Season: 19, Robert Green, 1991 Career: 45, Jack Cloud, 1946-49 Most PATs Game: 9, Brian Pate at VMI, 2007 Season: 57, Greg Kuehn, 2004 Career: 166, Greg Kuehn, 2002-05 128, Brian Shallcross, 1994-97 Consecutive Made: 99, Greg Kuehn, 2002-04 Most Field Goals Game: 4, Chris Dawson vs. Lehigh, 1992 4, Brian Shallcross vs. Villanova, 1995 4, Brett Sterba vs. Northeastern, 2000 Season: 21, Steve Christie, 1989 Career: 59, Greg Kuehn, 2002-05 57, Steve Christie, 1986-89

Passing Attempts Game: 53, Lang Campbell, vs. Delaware, 2004 Season: 455, Lang Campbell, 2004 Career: 1246, Stan Yagiello, 1981-85 Completions Game: 35, Dave Murphy vs. Rutgers, 1983 Season: 298, Lang Campbell, 2004 Career: 737, Stan Yagiello, 1981-85 Passing Yards Game: 433, Jake Phillips vs. Delaware, 2007 Season: 3988, Lang Campbell, 2004 Career: 9805, Dave Corley, 1999-2002

Total Offense Most Yards Game: 462, Jake Phillips vs. Delaware, 2007 Season: 4305, Lang Campbell, 2004 Career: 10948, Dave Corley, 1999 - 2002

Completion Percentage Season: 69.4, Shawn Knight, 1993 Career: 65.5, Shawn Knight, 1991-94 Pass Efficiency Season: *204.6, Shawn Knight, 1993 Career: *170.77, Shawn Knight, 1991-94 * NCAA Division I-AA records

Touchdown Passes Game: 6, Shawn Knight vs. Maine, 1993 Season: 30, Lang Campbell, 2004 Career: 73, Dave Corley, 1999-2002

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Shawn Knight (‘05) established NCAA FCS single-season (204.6) and career (170.77) records in passing efficiency.

Receiving Receptions Game: 13, Glen Bodnar vs. Colgate, 1984 13, Rich Musinski vs. URI, 2003 Season: 79, Dominique Thompson, 2004 Career: 223, Rich Musinski, 2000-2003 Receiving Yards Game: 244, D. Thompson, vs. UD, 2004 Season: 1585, Dominique Thompson, 2004 Career: 4168, Rich Musinski, 2000-2003 Yards per Catch (500-yd. min.) Season: 25.5, Mike Tomlin, 1992 Career: 20.1, Mike Tomlin, 1991-1994 TD Receptions Game: 4, Dom. Thompson, vs. Delaware, 2004 4, Corey Ludwig vs. Maine, 1993 4, Vito Ragazzo vs. WFU, 1949 Season: 15, Vito Ragazzo, 1947 Career: 31, Rich Musinski, 2000-03 Defense Sacks Game: 6.0, Walt Brodie vs. VMI, 1955 3.5, Luke Cullinane vs. VU, 1996 Season: 12, Luke Cullinane, 1996 Career: 24, Luke Cullinane, 1994-97 Interceptions Game: 4, Jack Bruce vs. Richmond, 1947 Season: 10, Jack Bruce, 1947 10, Darren Sharper, 1996 Career: 24, Darren Sharper, 1993-96

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Lang Campbell’s (‘05) 87-yard pass to Dominique Thompson (‘05) against Delaware equaled the school record for longest pass completion.

Most Points Allowed Game: 93, by Delaware, 1915 Season: 427, 2007

• Individual Long Plays • Rush from Scrimmage 95 yds John Truehart vs. E&H, 1934 Pass Completion 87 yds Lang Campbell to Dominique Thompson vs. Delaware, 2004 Dan Henning to Tom Scott vs. Navy, 1961 Punt 77 yds

Russell Brown, 1972 Joe Agee, 1975 Jack Freeman, 1942

Punt Return 101 yds Dale Worrall vs. Bridgewater, 1932 Kickoff Return 100 yds Dick Pawlewicz vs. UVa, 1974 Run with Fumble 91 yds Meb Davis vs. Columbia, 1926

Brett Sterba’s (‘01) 53-yard field goal against Delaware in 2000 equaled the program’s record established by Steve Christie.

Most Yards Gained Game: 681, vs. Richmond, 1991 Season: 6438, 1990 Most Plays Game: 100 vs. Virginia Tech, 1971 Season: 1004, 1990 Rushing Yards Game: 453 vs. Ohio Wesleyan, 1970 Season: 3024, 1990 Pass Attempts Game: 55 vs. Virginia Tech, 1982 Season: 473, 2004 Pass Completions Game: 35 vs. Rutgers, 1983 Season: 305, 2004

Run with Interception 93 yds Marvin Graham vs. Va Tech, 1946

Passing Yards Game: 498 vs. VMI, 1997 Season: 4,072, 2004

Field Goal 53 yds Steve Christie vs. ETSU, 1987 Steve Christie vs. UVa, 1988 Brett Sterba vs. Delaware, 2000

First Downs Game: 36 vs. VMI, 1991; vs. VMI, 1993 Season: 324, 1990

• Team Records •

Most Interceptions Game: 7 vs. George Washington, 1942 Season: 25, 1972

Most Points Scored Game: 95, vs. Bridgewater, 1931 Season: 486, 2004

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Team Passing Yards 1. 498 yds. vs. VMI, 1997 2. 433 yds. vs. Delaware, 2007 3. 426 yds. vs. Northeastern, 2000 4. 421 yds at Towson, 2007 5. 414 yds. vs. Miami (Ohio), 1982 Team Rushing Yards 1. 453 yds. vs. Ohio Wesleyan, 1970 2. 433 yds. vs. Villanova, 1993 3. 419 yds. vs. Delaware, 1973 4. 417 yds. vs. Richmond, 1974 5. 413 yds. vs. VMI, 1993 Best Defense Vs. The Run 1. -39 yds. vs. Colgate, 1988 -39 yds. vs. Villanova, 1996 3. –11 yds. vs. Quantico, 1967 4. -6 yds vs. Liberty, 2005 -6 yds. vs. Villanova, 1993 Best Defense Vs. The Pass 1. 9 yds. vs. Massachusetts, 1995 9 yds. vs. East Carolina, 1980 9 yds. vs. Appalachian St., 1976 4. 10 yds. vs. Furman, 1999 5. 11 yds. vs. VMI, 1993 Consecutive … Victories: 9, 1985-86 Losses: 9, 1956-57 Shutouts: 5, 1923; 1930-31; 1941 Shutouts in one season: 7, 1928 Southern Conference wins: 7, 1970-71 Yankee Conference wins: 9, 1993-94 A-10 wins: 7, 2003-2004 CAA wins: 5, 2008 Games scored: 132, 1981-93 Games without a victory: 12, 1955-57


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PASSING YARDS 1. 3988, Lang Campbell, 2004 2. 3414, Chris Hakel, 1990 3. 3166, Mike Cook, 1996 4. 3028, Mike Cook, 1998 5. 2974, Chris Hakel, 1991 6. 2962, Stan Yagiello, 1985 7. 2808, Dave Corley, Jr., 2001 8. 2801, Jake Phillips, 2007 2801, Stan Yagiello, 1984 10. 2674, Dave Corley, Jr., 2002 PASSES ATTEMPTED 1. 455, Lang Campbell, 2004 2. 428, Stan Yagiello, 1984 3. 414, Chris Hakel, 1990 4. 413, Stan Yagiello, 1985 5. 385, Ken Lambiotte, 1986 6. 370, Mike Cook, 1998 7. 362, Mike Cook, 1996 8. 357, Chris Hakel, 1991 9. 336, Jake Phillips, 2007 10. 327, Dave Corley, Jr., 2002 PASSES COMPLETED 1. 298, Lang Campbell, 2004 2. 261, Stan Yagiello, 1984 3. 246, Mike Cook, 1998 4. 245, Chris Hakel, 1990 5. 240, Stan Yagiello, 1985 6. 233, Ken Lambiotte, 1986 7. 232, Chris Hakel, 1991 8. 210, Mike Cook, 1996 9. 200, Dave Corley, Jr., 2002 10. 199, Dave Murphy, 1983

Robert Green (‘98) established a single-season school record with 1,408 rushing yards in 1990.

TOUCHDOWN PASSES 1. 30, Lang Campbell, 2004 2. 26, Mike Cook, 1998 26, Mike Cook, 1996 4. 23, Kenny Lambiotte, 1986 23, Stan Yagiello, 1985 6. 22, Shawn Knight, 1993 22, Chris Hakel, 1990 22, Lang Campbell, 2003 9. 21, Jake Phillips, 2008 21, Dave Corley, Jr., 2002 21, Dave Corley, Jr., 2001 COMPLETION PERCENTAGE 1. .694, Shawn Knight, 1993 2. .665, Mike Cook, 1998 3. .655, Lang Campbell, 2004 4. .650, Chris Hakel, 1991 5. .644, Shawn Knight, 1994 6. .641, Jake Phillips, 2005 7. .639, Lang Campbell, 2003 8. .636, Shawn Knight, 1993 .636, Dave Murphy, 1983 10. .614, Mike Cook, 1997 TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 1. 15, Vito Ragazzo, 1949 2. 13, Dominique Thompson, 2004 3. 12, Rich Musinski, 2001 12, Josh Whipple, 1996 5. 10, Ned Carr, 1966 6. 9, Rich Musinski, 2002 9, Chris Rosier, 1998 9, Dave Conklin, 1996 9, Corey Ludwig, 1993 10. 8, D.J. McAulay, 2008 8, Joe Nicholas, 2006 8, Mark Compher, 1990 8, Harry Mehre, 1987 8, Harry Mehre, 1986 2009 TRIBE FOOTBALL MEDIA GUIDE

RECEIVING YARDS 1. 1585, Dominique Thompson, 2004 2. 1393, Rich Musinski, 2001 3. 1180, Mark Compher, 1990 4. 1140, Rich Musinski, 2002 5. 1110, Ron Gillam, 1985 6. 1096, Josh Whipple, 1996 7. 950, Corey Ludwig, 1993 8. 930, Mike Sutton, 1983 9. 925, David Conklin, 1998 10. 911, Kurt Wrigley, 1982

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Stan Yagiello (‘85) completed 261 passes in 1985, which stood as a school record for 20 years.

RECEPTIONS 1. 79, Dominique Thompson, 2004 2. 73, Michael Clemons, 1986 3. 70, Michael Clemons, 1985 4. 69, Ron Gillam, 1985 69, Glen Bodnar, 1984 6. 67, Chuck Albertson, 1966 7. 66, Joe Nicholas, 2004 66, Mike Sutton, 1983 9. 65, Josh Whipple, 1996 10. 64, Mark Compher, 1990 RUSHING YARDS 1. 1408, Robert Green, 1990 2. 1316, Alvin Porch, 1997 3. 1286, Phil Mosser, 1970 4. 1223, Derek Fitzgerald, 1995 5. 1210, Alvin Porch, 1996 6. 1175, Troy Keen, 1994 7. 1164, Jim Kruis, 1976 8. 1118, Michael Clemons, 1986 9. 1101, Derek Fitzgerald, 1993 10. 1082, Tyrone Shelton, 1990

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RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 1. 19, Robert Green, 1990 2. 15, Jon Smith, 2004 3. 14, Troy Keen, 1993 4. 13, Jon Smith, 2001 13, Robert Green, 1991 6. 12, Troy Keen, 1994 7. 11, Derek Fitzgerald, 1992 11, Chris Hakel, 1990 9. 10, Derek Fitzgerald, 1993 10, Troy Keen, 1995 10, Michael Clemons, 1986 10, John Gerdelman, 1974 10, Phil Mosser, 1971 TOTAL OFFENSE 1. 4305, Lang Campbell, 2004 2. 3466, Chris Hakel, 1990 3. 3159, Mike Cook, 1996 4. 3143, David Corley, Jr., 2001 5. 3057, Mike Cook, 1998 6. 3013, Stan Yagiello, 1985 7. 2993, Jake Phillips, 2007 8. 2950, Chris Hakel, 1991 9. 2939, David Corley, Jr., 2000 10. 2774, David Corley, Jr., 2002 SCORING 1. 114, Greg Kuehn, 2004 114, Robert Green, 1990 3. 102, Jack Cloud, 1947 4. 99, Red Maxey, 1930 5. 96, Michael Clemons, 1986 6. 90, Steve Christie, 1989 90, Vito Ragazzo, 1949 8. 89, Dan Mueller, 1990 9. 86, Brett Sterba, 1999 10. 84, Brian Shallcross, 1996 84, Troy Keen, 1994 84, Troy Keen, 1993 FIELD GOALS 1. 21, Steve Christie, 1989 2. 19, Greg Kuehn, 2004 3. 18, Brett Sterba, 1999 4. 17, Brett Sterba, 2000 5. 15, Brian Shallcross, 1997 15, Steve Christie, 1998 7. 14, Brian Shallcross, 1995 14, Greg Kuehn, 2002 14, Dan Mueller, 1990 10. 13, Brian Pate, 2008 13, Greg Kuehn, 2005 13, Greg Kuehn, 2003 13, Brian Shallcross, 1996

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Dave Pocta (‘87) totaled a single-season school record 244 tackles in 1986, breaking the previous record of 190 that he established in ‘85.

PUNTING AVERAGE 1. 44.4, Mike Leach, 1998 2. 42.8, Russell Brown, 1971 42.8, Buddy Lex, 1942 4. 42.4, Steve Christie, 1988 5. 41.7, Dan Darragh, 1965

PUNT RETURN YARDS 1. 500, Darren Sharper, 1996 2. 415, Palmer Scarritt, 1992 3. 333, Darren Sharper, 1995 4. 330, Michael Clemons, 1986 5. 317, Jack Bruce, 1947

TACKLES 1. 244, Dave Pocta, 1986 2. 190, Dave Pocta, 1985 3. 146, Jim McHeffey, 1984 4. 144, Owen Costello, 1981 5. 143, Kerry Gray, 1988 143, Jeff Hosmer, 1976 7. 141, Mark Kelso, 1983 8. 139, Jim Ryan, 1976 9. 138, Brad Uhl, 1987 138, Karl Wernecke, 1984

KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE 1. 28.4, Dick Pawlewicz, 1974 2. 25.5, Michael Clemons, 1985 3. 24.6, James Blocker-Bodley, 1990 4. 24.5, Jonathan Grimes, 2008 5. 24.3, David Caldwell, 2007 24.3, Dick Pawlewicz, 1973

PUNT RETURN AVERAGE (Minimum 10 Returns) 1. 21.3, Jack Yohe, 1953 2. 19.2, Tommy Korczowki, 1948 3. 18.7, Chip Young, 1966 4. 17.1, Rich Musinski, 2001 5. 16.4, Derek Cox, 2008 6. 13.5, Buddy Lex, 1947 7. 13.2, Komlan Lonergan, 1998 8. 13.0, Charlie Sidwell, 1955 9. 12.2, Palmer Scarritt, 1992 10. 11.8, Jack Bruce, 1947

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KICKOFF RETURN YARDS 1. 743, Komlan Lonergan, 1999 2. 617, Phil Mosser, 1971 3. 587, Dave Scanlon, 1982 4. 584, Dick Pawlewicz, 1973 5. 572, Eddie Davis, 1987 INTERCEPTIONS 1. 10, Darren Sharper, 1996 10, Jack Bruce, 1947 3. 8, Steve McNamee, 1980 8, Dick Kern, 1963 5. 7, Ron Harrison, 1997 7, Darren Sharper, 1995 7, Darren Sharper, 1994 7, Mark Kelso, 1983 7, Paul Scolaro, 1972 10. 6, Six players, last - Kelso, 1981


RECEIVING YARDS 1. 4168, Rich Musinski, 2000- 03 2. 3269, Dave Conklin, 1996-99 3. 2884, Chris Rosier, 1997-00 4. 2748, Harry Mehre, 1985-88 5. 2352, Jeff Sanders, 1981-84 6. 2349, Corey Ludwig, 1990-93 7. 2278, Joe Nicholas, 2004-07 8. 2134, Terry Hammons, 1991, 1993-95 9. 2123, Dominique Thompson, 2001-2004 10. 2054, Mike Tomlin, 1991-94

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 1. 42, Troy Keen, 1992-95 2. 40, Robert Green, 1988-90 3. 39, John Smith, 2001-04 4. 32, Derek Fitzgerald, 1992-95 5. 22, Elijah Brooks, 2004-06 6. 20, Michael Clemons, 1983-86 7. 19, David Corley, Jr., 1999-02 19, Bill Deery, 1972-74 19, Phil Mosser, 1970-71 10. 18, Jake Phillips, 2004-08

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE 1. 65.5, Shawn Knight, 1991-94 2. 64.9, Lang Campbell, 2001-2004 3. 61.9, Mike Cook, 1995-98 4. 60.5, Kenny Lambiotte, 1985-86 5. 60.2, Chris Hakel, 1988-91 6. 59.9, Dave Murphy, 1980-83 7. 59.1, Stan Yagiello, 1981-85 8. 58.4, Jake Phillips, 2004-08 9. 57.9, David Corley, Jr., 1999-02 57.9, John Brosnahan, 1987-88

PASSING YARDS 1. 9805, David Corley, Jr., 1999-02 2. 8249, Stan Yagiello, 1981-85 3. 7371, Jake Phillips, 2004-08 4. 7295, Mike Cook, 1995-98 5. 7025, Chris Hakel, 1988-91 6. 6494, Lang Campbell, 2001-2004 7. 5705, Shawn Knight, 1991-94 8. 4536, Chris Garrity, 1979-81 9. 4019, Tom Rozantz, 1975-78 10. 3361, Dan Darragh, 1965-67

TOUCHDOWN PASSES 1. 73, David Corley, Jr., 1999-02 2. 62, Mike Cook, 1995-98 3. 57, Jake Phillips, 2004-08 4. 54, Lang Campbell, 2001-2004 5. 51, Stan Yagiello, 1982-85 6. 46, Shawn Knight, 1991-94 7. 43, Chris Hakel, 1988-91 36, Buddy Lex, 1946-49 9. 30, Dan Darragh, 1965-67 10. 27, Chris Garrity, 1979-81

INTERCEPTIONS* 1. 24, Darren Sharper, 1993-96 2. 20, Mark Kelso, 1982-84 3. 17, Ron Harrison, 1994-97 4. 15, Paul Scolaro, 1970-72 15, Jack Bruce, 1946-48 6. 13, Steve McNamee, 1978-80 7. 12, Greg Wharton, 1985-87 8. 11, Billy Parker, 1999-2003 11, Palmer Scarritt, 1989-92 11, Mike Stewart, 1972-74 11, Chip Young, 1965-67 *Interception records incomplete prior to 1957

TOTAL OFFENSE 1. 10948, David Corley, Jr., 1999-02 2. 8168, Stan Yagiello, 1981-85 3. 7983, Jake Phillips, 2004-08 4. 7245, Mike Cook, 1995-98 5. 7149, Lang Campbell, 2001-2004 6. 7058, Chris Hakel, 1988-91 7. 6408, Shawn Knight, 1991-94 8. 5385, Tom Rozantz, 1975-78 9. 4589, Bill Deery, 1972-74 10. 4320, Chris Garrity, 1979-81

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 1. 31, Rich Musinski, 2000-03 2. 27, Dave Conklin, 1996-99 3. 26, Harry Mehre, 1985-88 4. 20, Mike Tomlin, 1991-94 20, Joe Nicholas, 2004-07 6. 19, Chris Rosier, 1997-2000 7. 18, Vito Ragazzo, 1948-50 8. 17, Josh Whipple, 1994-96 9. 16, Dominique Thompson, 2001-04 10. 15, Kurt Wrigley, 1980-82

PASS ATTEMPTS 1. 1246, Stan Yagiello, 1981-85 2. 1168, David Corley, Jr., 1999-02 3. 972, Jake Phillips, 2004-08 4. 913, Chris Garrity, 1979-81 5. 872, Mike Cook, 1995-98 6. 869, Chris Hakel, 1988-91 7. 763, Lang Campbell, 2001-2004 8. 696, Tom Rozantz, 1975-78 9. 580, Shawn Knight, 1991-94 10. 535, Dan Darragh, 1965-67

RECEPTIONS 1. 223, Rich Musinski, 2000-03 2. 190, Dave Conklin, 1996-99 3. 175, Jeff Sanders, 1981-84 4. 174, Chris Rosier, 1997-00 5. 172, Michael Clemons, 1983-86 6. 166, Joe Nicholas, 2004-07 7. 161, Harry Mehre, 1985-88 8. 145, Glenn Bodnar, 1982-84 9. 141, Kurt Wrigley, 1980-82 10. 140, Terry Hammons, 1991, 1993-95 140, Corey Ludwig, 1990-93

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PASS COMPLETIONS 1. 737, Stan Yagiello, 1981-85 2. 676, David Corley, Jr., 1999-02 3. 568, Jake Phillips, 2004-08 4. 540, Mike Cook, 1995-98 5. 523, Chris Hakel, 1988-91 6. 495, Lang Campbell, 2001-2004 7. 407, Chris Garrity, 1979-81 8. 380, Shawn Knight, 1991-94 9. 315, Tom Rozantz, 1975-78 10. 288, Dave Murphy, 1980-83

HISTORY

RUSHING YARDS 1. 3744, Derek Fitzgerald, 1992-95 2. 3543, Robert Green 1988-90 3. 2949, Troy Keen, 1992-95 4. 2750, Alvin Porch, 1994-97 5. 2546, Jon Smith, 2001-2004 6. 2536, Elijah Brooks, 2004-06 7. 2534, Tyrone Shelton, 1987-90 8. 2404, Jim Kruis, 1975-77 9. 2401, Bill Deery, 1972-74 10. 2216, Hameen Ali, III, 1997-00

FIELD GOALS 1. 59, Greg Kuehn, 2002-05 2. 57, Steve Christie, 1986-89 3. 48, Brian Shallcross, 1994-97 4. 46, Brett Sterba, 1998-2000 5. 30, Brian Morris, 1982-85 6. 26, Steve Libassi, 1976-79 7. 22, Chris Dawson, 1991-93 22, Brian Pate, 20059. 17, Terry Regan, 1972-74 10. 14, Dan Mueller, 1988-91 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. .807, Brett Sterba, 1998-2000 2. .778, Dan Mueller, 1988-91 3. .687, Steve Christie, 1986-89 4. .667, Brian Morris, 1982-85 5. .663, Greg Kuehn, 2002-05 KICKOFF RETURN YARDS 1. 1772, Komlan Lonergan, 1998-01 2. 1600, James Blocker-Bodley, 1990-93 3. 1419, Dave Scanlon, 1980-83 4. 1292, Ron Harrison, 1994-97 5. 1069, Keith Best, 1978-80 PUNT RETURN YARDS 1. 1027, Darren Sharper, 1993-96 2. 797, Palmer Scarritt, 1989-92 3. 521, Chip Young, 1965-67 4. 508, Jack Bruce, 1947-48 5. 495, Charlie Sidwell, 1955-57

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TOP OFFENSIVE PERFORMANCES HISTORY

Top Passing Performances 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

433, Jake Phillips vs. Delaware, 8/30/07 426, David Corley, Jr. vs. Northeastern, 10/28/00 409, Mike Potts at Towson, 11/4/06 406, Stan Yagiello vs. JMU, 9/28/85 401, David Murphy at Marshall, 11/5/83 399, Chris Garrity at ECU, 11/14/81 385, Greg DeGennaro at Bucknell, 9/20/86 383, Kenny Lambiotte vs. Colgate, 9/6/86 381, Mike Cook at N. Iowa, 12/7/96* 378, Lang Campbell vs. Northeastern, 10/2/04 373, Mike Cook vs. UNH, 10/24/98 368, Lang Campbell at Liberty, 10/9/04 360, Dave Murphy vs. Rutgers, 10/22/83 355, Lang Campbell at Delaware, 10/23/04 352, Mike Cook at Ga. Southern, 9/6/97 346, David Corley, Jr. vs. VMI, 9/14/02 345, Chris Hakel vs. Delaware, 9/14/91 345, Stan Yagiello vs. Norfolk St., 9/14/85 19. 342, Jake Phillips at Richmond, 11/16/07

Top Rushing Performances 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

7. 8. 9. 10. 12. 14. 15. 17. 18. 19.

257, Phil Mosser at Ohio Wes., 10/3/70 219, Derek Fitzgerald vs. Penn., 10/14/95 201, Alvin Porch at UConn., 10/18/97 198, Jon Smith at UNH, 10/19/02 189, Derek Fitzgerald at NU, 9/16/95 189, Derek Fitzgerald vs. Villanova, 10/23/93 186, Alvin Porch vs. Boston, 9/27/97 183, Alvin Porch vs. Delaware, 11/2/96 181, Robert Green at Navy, avy, 9/21/91 avy 180, Terrence Riggins vs. VMI, 9/13/08 180, Robert Green at Citadel, 9/8/90 177, Tyrone Shelton vs. ETSU, 11/4/89 177, Hameen Ali vs. Delaware, 10/10/98 173, Alvin Porch vs. Richmond, 11/15/97 172, Todd Bushnell at Ohio Wes., 10/3/70 172, Bill Bowman vs. WFU, 9/19/53 171, Jim Kruis vs. Navy, 10/16/76 170, Troy Keen at Furman, 9/17/94 165, Elijah Brooks at Towson, 11/4/06 165, Robert Green vs. VMI, 10/13/90

17. 162, D.J. McAulay vs. Delaware, 8/30/07 162, Dave Conklin vs. UConn., 11/14/98 19. 161, Rich Musinski at UMass, 9/1/01 20. 158, Harry Mehre vs. Lehigh, 9/17/88

Top All-Purpose Performances 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

325, Komlan Lonergan vs. Villanova, 11/24/01 324, Jonathan Grimes vs. Villanova, 10/4/08 296, Dominque Thompson at Delaware, 10/23/04 283, Jonathan Grimes at New Hampshire, 10/11/08 274, Komlan Lonergan vs Furman, 9/18/99 257, Phil Mosser at Ohio Wes., 10/3/70 248, Rich Musinski at Rhode Island, 11/25/03 244, Dominique Thompson at Liberty, 10/9/04 237, Dominique Thompson vs. Hampton, 11/27/04* 240, David Conklin at VMI, 9/13/97 231, Rich Musinski vs. Delaware, 9/28/02 226, Mike Sutton at Marshall, 11/5/83 225, Jonathan Grimes vs. Northeastern, 11/8/08 219, Komlan Lonergan at VMI, 10/23/99 217, Komlan Lonergan at Rhode Island, 11/5/99

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Most Receptions

1. 13, Rich Musinski, URI, 2003 13, Glenn Bodnar, Colgate, 1984 3. 12, Chuck Albertson, Virginia Tech, 1966 12, George Pearce, Navy, 1965 12, Jeff Sanders, Miami, 1982 6. 11, Joe Nicholas, Delaware, Dec. 4, 2004 11, Marcus Howard, Villanova, 2000 11, Harry Mehre, Lehigh, 1988 11, Dave Szydlik, Bucknell, 1986 11, Mike Sutton, Marshall, 1983 11, Kurt Wrigley, Richmond, 1981 11, Chuck Albertson, Villanova, 1966

Most 200-Yard Passing Games 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 10.

31 24 22 20 20 18 13 7 7 6

David Corley, Jr. Chris Hakel Mike Cook Jake Phillips Stan Yagiello Lang Campbell Shawn Knight Kenny Lambiotte David Murphy Craig Argo

1998-2002 1987-1991 1994-1998 2005-2008 1982-1985 2001-2004 1990-1994 1985-1986 1981-1983 1986-1989

Most 100-Yard Rushing Games 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

19 15 14 11 10 9 7 7 9. 5 5 5

Derek Fitzgerald Robert Green Alvin Porch Jim Kruis Troy Keen Tyrone Shelton Michael Clemons Todd Bushnell Elijah Brooks Jon Smith Hameen Ali, III

1991-1995 1988-1991 1993-1997 1975-1977 1992-1995 1987-1990 1983-1986 1970-72 2004-2006 2001-2004 1996-2000

Most 100-Yard Receiving Games 1. 21 Rich Musinski 2. 12 David Conklin 3. 8 Chris Rosier 8 Mark Compher 5. 7 Joe Nicholas 7 Josh Whipple 7. 6 Ron Gilliam 6 Corey Ludwig 6 Dominique Thompson 10. 5 Elliott Mack 5 Terry Hammons 5 Mike Sutton

1999-2003 1995-1999 1996-2000 1987-1990 2004-2007 1992-1996 1983-1985 1989-1993 2001-2004 2004-2008 1991-1995 1981-1983

Top Receiving Performances 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

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244, Dominique Thompson at Delaware, 10/23/04 240, David Conklin at VMI, 9/13/97 226, Mike Sutton at Marshall, 11/5/83 221, Dominique Thompson at LU, 10/9/04 211, Kurt Wrigley vs. Richmond, 11/21/81 201, Elliott Mack at Richmond, 11/16/07 198, Ron Gilliam vs. JMU, 9/28/85 195, Chris Rosier at UConn., 10/18/97 194, Rich Musinski vs. Delaware, 9/28/02 191, Rich Musinski at URI, 10/25/03 185, Dominique Thompson vs. UD, 12/4/04* 184, Chris Rosier at URI, 10/7/00 183, Glenn Bodnar at Colgate, 11/10/84 182, Dave Szydlik vs. JMU, 9/28/85 168, Chris Rosier at JMU, 10/28/00 164, Rich Musinski vs. UNH, 9/29/01

Phil Mosser (‘72) rushed for a school-record 257 yards in the 33-29 victory against Ohio Wesleyan during the 1970 season.

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Shut out an opponent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56-0, vs. Liberty, 9/24/05 Was shut out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-14, at Delaware, 11/1/97 Consecutive shutouts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .at Northeastern (32-0), at New Hampshire (39-0), 1995

Consecutive 50+ games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . at Northeastern (53), vs. Villanova (51), 1993 Consecutive 40+ games. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vs. VMI (52) 9/13/08, vs. Norfolk State (42) 9/20/08 Passed for 400+ yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 433, vs. Delaware, 8/30/07 Allowed 400+ passing yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .489, at Western Michigan, 9/5/03

Rushed for 400+ yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .433, vs. Villanova, 10/23/99 Allowed 400+ yards rushing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 509, vs. Furman, 9/18/99

Two players rush for 100 yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T. Keen (158), D. Fitzgerald (140), vs. URI, 10/7/95 Two opponents rush for 100 yards . . . . . . . . . R. Landers (145), E. Holloman (130), at James Madison, 11/15/08 Two players with 100 receiving yds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E. Mack (119), C. Hill (105), at Delaware, 10/18/08 Two opponents with 100 receiving yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D. Boler (155) and J. Long (108), at UD, 10/23/04 Had 200+ yards receiving. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .201, E. Mack, at Richmond, 11/16/07 Opponent had 200+ yards receiving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 206, C. Adams, vs. Hofstra, 10/6/01 Had 100+ yards receiving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E. Mack (119), C. Hill (105), at Delaware, 10/18/08 Opponent had 100+ yards receiving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .103, M. Turner, at James Madison, 11/15/08 Had 300+ all-purpose yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 324, J. Grimes, vs. Villanova, 10/4/08

Rushed for 300+ yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .398 vs. VMI, 9/13/08 Rushed/Passed for 200+ yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . at VMI (249 rush, 275 pass), 9/8/07

Had 30+ carries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30, E. Brooks, vs. Villanova, 10/28/06 Opponent had 30+ carries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30, J. Vaughan vs. Richmond, 11/22/08

Had 600+ yds of total offense. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .630, at Towson, 11/4/06 Allowed 600+ yards of total off. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .638, at Western Michigan, 9/6/03

Rushed for 4 touchdowns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4, E. Brooks, vs. New Hampshire, 10/8/05 Opponent rushed for 4 touchdowns. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, O. Cuff, vs. Delaware, 8/30/07

Had 500-599 yds of total offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .504, at Towson, 11/1/08 Allowed 500-599 yards total off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .540, at James Madison, 11/15/08

Rushed for 3 touchdowns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3, D. Holmes, at VMI, 9/8/07 Opponent rushed for 3 touchdowns. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3, G. Yancey, vs. James Madison, 11/10/07

Gained less than 100 yards total offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None post 1981 Held opponent under 100 yards total offense. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82, at Bucknell, 9/21/96

Had 10+ receptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10, E. Mack, at Richmond, 11/16/07 Opponent had 10+ receptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11, D. Arnold, at Towson, 11/4/06

Gained less than 50 rush yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43, vs. Richmond, 11/22/08 Held opponent under 50 rush yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43, at Towson, 11/1/08

Had 3+ touchdown receptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4, D. Thompson, at Delaware, 10/23/04 Opponent had 3+ touchdown receptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3, T. Hinshaw, at Central Florida, 9/23/00

Gained less than 50 pass yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30, vs. Boston, 9/19/92 Held opponent under 50 pass yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45, at Delaware, 10/18/08

Had TD Rushing/TD Receiving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J. Grimes (1 rush, 1 receiving), vs. Norfolk State, 9/20/08 Opponent had TD Rushing/TD Receiving . . . . . . . .A. Broomfield (1 rush, 1 receiving), vs. Northeastern, 11/8/08

Intercepted five passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5, vs. Pennsylvania, 10/14/95 Had five, or more, passes intercepted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6, vs. Richmond, 11/22/08

Returned a kickoff for TD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J. Grimes, 97 yards, vs. Villanova, 10/4/08 Had a kickoff returned for TD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .J. Mathis, 93 yards, vs. Hampton, 11/27/04

Scored a defensive touchdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vs. Northeastern (Interception return), 11/8/08 Allowed a defensive touchdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vs. Richmond (Interception return), 11/22/08

Returned a punt for TD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D. Cox, 80 yards, vs. Richmond, 11/22/08 Had a punt returned for TD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E. Royal, 60 yards, at Virginia Tech, 9/22/07

Scored a special teams touchdown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vs. Richmond (Punt return), 11/22/08 Allowed a special teams touchdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . at Richmond (Blocked punt return), 11/16/07

Returned a blocked punt for TD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .S. McDermott, 12 yards, at Rhode Island, 9/7/96 Had a blocked punt returned for TD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P. Weldon, 5 yards, at Richmond, 11/16/07

Scored defensive and special teams touchdowns. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vs. Northeastern, 11/8/08

Returned a blocked field goal for TD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D. Caldwell, 66 yards, vs. Norfolk State, 9/20/08

Recorded a safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vs. Villanova, 11/6/04 Surrendered a safety. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vs. Norfolk State, 9/20/08

Blocked a field goal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .M. Alvarado, 38-yard attempt vs. Villanova, 10/4/08 Had a field goal blocked. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .B. Pate, 39-yard attempt, vs. Richmond, 11/22/08

Won in overtime . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (2 OT) 48-41, vs. Liberty, 9/15/07 Lost in overtime . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23-20, vs. Richmond, 11/22/08 Tied an opponent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31-31, at Princeton, 9/23/89

Blocked a punt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S. Alexander, vs. Villanova, 10/4/08 Had a punt blocked. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D. Miller, vs. Villanova, at Towson, 11/1/08

Individual

Returned a fumble for TD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Pigram, 42 yards, vs. UMass, 10/27/07 Had a fumble returned for TD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J. Couch, 70 yards, vs. Marshall, 9/1/05

Passed for 400+ yds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 433, J. Phillips, vs. Delaware, 8/30/07 Opponent passed for 400+ yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 450, C. Munson at Western Michigan, 9/6/03 Passed for 300+ yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .338, J. Phillips, at Delaware, 10/18/08 Opponent passed for 300+ yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .305, R.J. Toman at New Hampshire, 10/11/08 Passed for 200+ yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .204, J. Phillips, vs. Richmond, 11/22/08 Opponent passed for 200+ yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .212, R. Landers, at James Madison, 11/15/08 Passed for 6 touchdowns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .S. Knight, vs. Maine, 11/6/93 Opponent passed for 6 touchdowns. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C. Munson, at Western Michigan, 9/6/03 Passed for 4+ touchdowns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4, J. Phillips, at New Hampshire, 10/11/08 Opponent passed for 4+ touchdowns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4, A. Young, at Villanova, 10/6/07 Completed 30+ attempts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30, J. Phillips, at New Hampshire, 10/11/08 Opponent completed 30+ attempts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33, S. Schaefer, at Towson, 11/4/06 QB pass/rush for 100 yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D. Corley (247 pass, 107 rush), at Villanova, 11/11/00 Opponent QB pass/rush for 100 yards . . . . . . . . . . R. Landers (212 pass, 145 rush), at James Madison, 11/15/08 QB had 2 pass / 2 rush TDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L. Campbell (2 pass, 2 rush), at North Carolina, 9/4/04 Opponent QB had 2 pass / 2 rush TDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . .R.J. R.J. Toman (2 pass, 2 rush), at New Hampshire, 10/11/08

THE LAST TIME IT HAPPENED

Passed for 300+ yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 338, at Delaware, 10/18/08 Allowed 300+ passing yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 305, at New Hampshire, 10/11/08

Rushed for 100+ yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130, J. Grimes, vs. Northeastern, 11/8/08 Had an opponent rush for 100+ yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134, J. Vaughan, vs. Richmond, 11/22/08

HISTORY

Scored 60-69 points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63-16 at VMI, 9/8/07 Scored 50-59 points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 vs VMI, 9/13/08

Rushed for 200+ yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .201, A. Porch, at Connecticut, 10/18/97 Had an opponent rush for 200+ yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 244, O. Cuff, vs. Delaware, 8/30/07

Had 2+ interceptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2, B. Cottingham, at Richmond, 11/16/07 Opponent had 2+ interceptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2, J. Rogers, vs. Richmond, 11/22/08 Returned an INT for TD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D. Cox, 12 yards, vs. Northeastern, 11/8/08 Had an INT returned for TD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D. Hatcher, 34 yards, vs. Richmond, 11/22/08 Made 4 Field Goals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B. Sterba, vs. Northeastern, 10/28/01 Opponent made 4 Field Goals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. Husted, at Virginia, 10/24/92 Made 3 Field Goals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B. Pritchard, at Towson, 11/4/06 Opponent made 3 Field Goals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Howard, vs. Richmond, 11/22/08 Kicked a 50+ yard Field Goal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50, G. Kuehn, at Rhode Island, 9/17/05 Opponent kicked a 50+ yard Field Goal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51, C. McCormack, vs. New Hampshire, 10/15/03 2-point run. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L. Campbell, vs. James Madison, 12/10/04 Opponent 2-point run . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Cross, vs. Villanova, 11/27/01 2-point reception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J. Nicholas, vs. Northeastern, 10/2/04 Opponent 2-point reception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R. Jennings, vs. Liberty, 9/15/07

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The 1948 team, led by Rube McCray and captains Harry Caughron (left) and Lou Hoitsma (right), defeated Oklahoma State, 20-0, in the Delta Bowl. Year 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937

Record 2-1-0 0-1-0 None 0-2-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 2-3-0 1-2-0 2-1-1 1-1-1 1-3-0 3-3-0 2-4-1 3-7-0 6-4-0 4-6-1 6-4-0 1-7-1 1-5-2 0-7-0 0-5-1 1-7-0 0-9-1 2-5-2 3-5-0 0-2-0 2-6-1 4-5-0 4-3-1 6-3-0 7-3-0 5-2-1 7-4-0 7-3-0 4-5-1 6-3-2 8-2-0 7-2-1 5-2-2 8-4-0 6-5-0 2-6-0 3-4-3 1-8-0 4-5-0

1938 1939

2-7-0 6-2-1

1940 1941 1942 1944 1945

6-2-1 8-2-0 9-1-1 5-2-1 6-3-0

Coach None None None R. Armstrong W.J. King W.J. King W.H. Burke W.J. King None None H.J. Duvall J.M. Blanchard J.M. Blanchard H.W. Withers James H. Barry G.E. O’Hearn G.E. O’Hearn J.M. Blanchard W.J. Young W.J. Young D.W. Draper D.W. Draper D.W. Draper S.H. Hubbard H.J. Young V.M. Geddy J.G. Driver J.G. Driver W.E. Fincher Bill Ingram J.W. Tasker J.W. Tasker J.W. Tasker J.W. Tasker J.W. Tasker Branch Bocock Branch Bocock Branch Bocock John Kellison John Kellison John Kellison John Kellison Tommy Dowler Branch Bocock Branch Bocock H. McGowan Branch Bocock Carl M. Voyles

Current NFL Hall-of-Famer Marv Levy led W&M to the 1966 Southern Conference Championship.

Captain H.G. Humphreys R.K. Slaughter Ralph Leigh W.P. Cole P.B. Jones J.E. Elliott F.S. McCandish C.J. Corbitt O.L. Shewmake O.L. Shewmake S.C. Blackiston H. Blankenship C.E. Johnson G.G. Hankins G.A. Dovell C.A. Taylor, Jr. J.G. Driver W.B. Lee W.B. Lee R.C. Tilley Jack Wright S.L. Bertschley C.R. Heflin J.F. Wilson W.K. Close --R.W. Copeland W.K. Close J.F. Wilson F. Chandler John Todd John Todd F. Elliott Art Matsu Meb Davis W. Carmichael Ted Bauserman Jim Murphy Otis Douglas Hap Halligan Gerald Quirk Joe Bridgers M. Bryant Joe Marino John Coiner

Herb Krueger John Dillard Lloyd Phillips Carl M. Voyles Charles Gondak Carl M. Voyles Bill Goodlow Carl M. Voyles (SoCon Champs) Marvin Bass Rube McCray John Clowes Rube McCray Eugene Holloway

Lou Holtz and the 1970 Tribe claimed the Southern Conference Championship and a berth in the Tangerine Bowl.

1946 1947

8-2-0 9-2-0

1948

7-2-2

1949

6-4-0

Rube McCray Rube McCray (Dixie Bowl, SoCon Champs) Rube McCray (Delta Bowl) Rube McCray

1950

4-7-0

Rube McCray

1951

7-3-0

Marvin Bass

1952

4-5-0

1953

5-4-1

Jack Freeman

1954

4-4-2

Jack Freeman

1955

1-7-1

Jack Freeman

1956 1957

0-9-1 4-6-0

Jack Freeman Milt Drewer

1958

2-6-1

Milt Drewer

1959

4-6-0

Milt Drewer

1960

2-8-0

Milt Drewer

1961

1-9-0

Milt Drewer

1962

4-5-1

Milt Drewer

1963 1964 1965

4-6-0 4-6-0 6-4-0

Milt Drewer Marv Levy Marv Levy

1966

5-4-1

1967

5-4-1

Marv Levy (SoCon Champs) Marv Levy

1968

3-7-0

Marv Levy

1969

3-7-0

Lou Holtz

1970

5-7-0

1971

5-6-0

Lou Holtz (Tangerine Bowl) (SoCon Champs) Lou Holtz

1972

5-6-0

Jim Root

1973

6-5-0

Jim Root

1974

4-7-0

Jim Root

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Denver Mills Bob Steckroth Ralph Sazio Harry Caughron Lou Hoitsma George Hughes Jack Cloud Vito Ragazzo Joe Mark Dickie Lewis George Zupko Jack Freeman Ed Miodusewski John Flanagan Tommy Martin Steve Milkovich Charlie Sumner Jerry Sazio Al Grieco Bill Marfizo Jack Yohe Bill Rush Larry Peccatiello Dan Plummer Tom Secules Gray Lynn Lauren Kardatzke Jim Porach Wayne Woolwine Roger Hale Eric Erdossy Stan Penkunas Dennis O’Toole Bob Soleau Scott Swan Tom Feola Jim Dick Chuck Albertson Bill Conaway Adin Brown Mike Madden Jim Barton Burt Waite Dave Holland Jim Cavanaugh Joe Pilch Bob Herb Bruce Hanson Jackson Neall Paul Scolaro Todd Bushnell Joe Montgomery Randy Rovesti Mike Stewart Dick Pawlewicz


Jim Root

1976

7-4-0

Jim Root

1977

6-5-0

Jim Root

1978

5-5-1

Jim Root

1979

4-7-0

Jim Root

1980

2-9-0

Jimmye Laycock

1981

5-6-0

Jimmye Laycock

1982

3-8-0

Jimmye Laycock

1983

6-5-0

Jimmye Laycock

1984

6-5-0

Jimmye Laycock

1985

7-4-0

Jimmye Laycock

1986

9-3-0

Jimmye Laycock (NCAA Playoffs)

1987

5-6-0

Jimmye Laycock

1988

6-4-1

1989

8-3-1

1990

10-3

Jimmye Laycock (Epson Ivy Bowl Win) Jimmye Laycock (NCAA Playoffs) Jimmye Laycock (NCAA Playoffs)

1991

5-6

Jimmye Laycock

1992

9-2

Jimmye Laycock (Epson Ivy Bowl Win)

ALL-TIME W&M COACHES AND RECORDS

Craig McCurdy Paul Kruis Jack Kroeger Jeff Hosmer Joe Agee Keith Fimian Melvin Martin Jim Ryan Tom Rozantz Steve Shull Bill Scott Steve McNamee Dennis Fitzpatrick Owen Costello Chris Garrity Wayne MacMasters Kurt Wrigley Steve Zeuli Bernie Marrazzo Mark Kelso Bobby Wright Bobby Crane Lee Glenn Bob Solderitch Todd Leeson Graeme Miller Dave Pocta Dave Szydlik Michael Clemons Joe Monaco Dave Szydlik Dave Wiley John Brosnahan Dave Wiley Craig Argo Greg Kimball Alan Garlic Brad Uhl Mac Partlow Reggie White Tyrone Shelton Tom Dexter Robert Green Chris Hakel Jeff Nielsen Joe Person Palmer Scarritt Alex Utecht

R. Armstrong, 1896 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-2 W.J. King, 1897-98; 1900 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-4 W.H. Burke, 1899. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3 H.J. Duvall, 1903 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3 J.M. Blanchard, 1904-05; 1910 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-14-1 H.W. Withers, 1906 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7 James Barry, 1907 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4 G.E. O’Hearn, 1908-09 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-10-1 W.J. Young, 1911-12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-12-2 D.W. Draper, 1913-15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-21-2 S.H. Hubbard, 1916 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5-2 H.J. Young, 1917 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5 V.M. Geddy, 1918. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-2 J.G. Driver, 1919-20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-11-1 W.E. Fincher, 1921 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3-1 Bill Ingram, 1922. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3 J.W. Tasker, 1923-27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30-17-2 Branch Bocock, 1928-30; 1936-38 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28-29-3 John Kellison, 1931-34 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-17-2 Tommy Dowler, 1935 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4-3

1993

9-3

1994

8-3

1995

7-4

1996

10-3

1997

7-4

1998

7-4

1999

6-5

2000

5-6

2001

8-4

2002

6-5

2003

5-5

2004

11-3

2005

5-6

2006

3-8

2007

4-7

2008

7-4

Jimmye Laycock (NCAA Playoffs)

Todd Durkin Eric Lambert Craig Staub Tom Walters Jimmye Laycock Greg Applewhite Mike Tomlin Jimmye Laycock Terry Hammons Jim Simpkins Jimmye Laycock Josh Beyer (NCAA Playoffs, A-10 Champs) Stefon Moody Mike McGowan Jimmye Laycock Sean McDermott Pete Coyne Dan Rossettini Jude Waddy Jimmye Laycock Sean Reid Mike Cook Greg Whirley Tim Engel Jimmye Laycock Chris Morris Raheem Walker Ed Zaptin Jimmye Laycock Todd Greineder Matt Mazefsky Chris Rosier Raheem Walker Jimmye Laycock Nick Gilliland (NCAA Playoffs, A-10 Champs) Marc Matthie Mohammed Youssofi Jimmye Laycock Dwight Beard David Corley, Jr. Mohammed Youssofi Jimmye Laycock Marques Bobo Rich Musinski Jimmye Laycock Lang Campbell (NCAA Playoffs, A-10 Champs) Wade Harrell Jimmye Laycock Josh Lustig Travis McLaurin Pat Mulloy Adam O’Connor Jimmye Laycock Elijah Brooks Trevor McLaurin Cody Morris Alan Wheeling Jimmye Laycock Derek Cox Brad Stewart Jimmye Laycock Derek Cox Elliott Mack Jake Phillips Josh Rutter

ALL-TIME COACHES & CAPTAINS

2-9-0

HISTORY

1975

Carl Voyles, 1939-42 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29-7-3 Rube McCray, 1944-50 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45-22 Marvin Bass, 1951. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3 Jack Freeman, 1952-56. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-29-5 Milt Drewer, 1957-63 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-48-2 Marv Levy, 1964-68 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-25-2 Lou Holtz, 1969-71 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13-20 Jim Root, 1972-79. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39-48-1 Jimmye Laycock, 1980-Present . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 189-138-2

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Jimmye Laycock 189 Rube McCray 45 Jim Root 39 J.W. Tasker 30 Carl Voyles 29

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LONGEST TENURE 1. Jimmye Laycock 2. Jim Root 3. Rube McCray 4. Milt Drewer 5. Marv Levy J.W. Tasker Jack Freeman

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Chuck Albertson (1964-66) A-A-A ABBITT, JOHN ABBOTTS, BILL ACCURSO, AARON ADAMS, DAVID ADAMS, DICK ADAMS, TIMOTHY ADDINGTON, RAY ADDISON, EDWARD AGEE, JOE AGUILAR, SCOTT AHLES, KEN AKE, WALLY ALBERT, PETER ALBERTSON, CHUCK ALDERSON, JEFF ALESSI, MIKE ALEXANDER, DARVIN ALEXANDER, SHELDON ALKIRE, H. ALLAWAY, RICHARD ALLEN, J. ALLEN, DAVID ALLEN, DEWEY ALLEN, KEVIN ALLEN, KINGSLEY ALLEY, T.W. ALI, HAMEEN, III ALLISON, HENRY ALLISON, KYLE ALLISON, MARVIN ALLUMS, JEFF ALVARADO, MICHAEL ALVIS, JEFFERY AMBROSINO, BRIAN AMES, RICHARD AMICO, FRED AMON, OLLIE AMOS, ED ANDERSON, CLIFTON ANDERSON, JEREMY ANDERSON, RALPH ANDERSON, RAY ANDREWS, BILLY ANDREWS, CORKY ANDREWS, WILLIAM APPLEGATE, TODD APPLEWHITE, CHRIS APPLEWHITE, GREG ARCHER, CARL ARCHER, R.J. ARGO, CRAIG ARMOUR, DAN ARNOLD, ALLEN ASHMORE, KIP ASHTON, JR., KENDRICK ATCHISON, ANDREW ATHERTON, MARK AUSBAND, EVAN AYERS, THOMAS BABER, JIM BACK, SCOTT BAHNER, ERIC BAIERL, BOB BAKER, JULIUS BAKER, MICHAEL BAKER, TOMMY BAKLARZ, KEITH BAILEY, TYLER BALDACCI, PAUL BALDERSON, LEROY

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Mike Bertoni (1992-96) 1905 1941-42 1991 1994-97 1940 1986-87 1914 1913-14 1975-77 1986 1973-74 1969-71 1980-81 1964-66 1999-00 1979-80 1997-01 20051925 1988-92 1945 1987-89 1978 2004-06 1952 1961-63 1996-00 1908 20061943 1985 20061996 1994 1935 1982 1943 1975-77 1925 1993-94 1932 1968 1989 1980 1919 1990-91 1990-94 1990-94 1956-58 20051986-89 1961-63 1908 1969 1994-97 2005-07 1983 1997-00 1929-31 1949, 51 1973-75 1974-76 1989-90 1944 1996-00 1987-89 1975-78 20081926, 28-30 1944

BALKAN, HAROLD BANKS, ANDY BANNER, BILL BARBER, STANLEY BARBER, WAYNE BARBLE, YATES BARCLAY, THOMAS BARDSLEY, T. BARGER, RAY BARLEY, DAVE BARNARD, DANIEL BARNES, CHAWAN BARNES, ERIC BARNES, KEVIN BARNETT, CEDRIC BARNHARDT, TROY BARON, J.S. BARON, O. BAROULETTE, ASHLEY BARR, WILLIAM BARRET, BOB BARRETT, JOE BARTHOL, BART BARTNICKI, STEVE BARTOLICH, ALLAN BARTON, DAN BARTON, JIM BASKETT, CAROL BASS, MARVIN BATCHELOR, BRIAN BATES, CHIP BATES, HAROLD BATES, RODGER BAUSERMAN, JOHN BAUSERMAN, ROBERT BAXTER, ROBERT BEACH, DICK BEACH, GEORGE BEADLING, LES BEARD, DWIGHT BEATTY, RALPH BEAVER, STEVE BECHTOLD, LOYE BECK, JOHN BECKER, JACK BEDNARIK, JOHN BEERS, BARRY BEHRMAN, JIM BEITNER, GEOFF BELL, MARCUS BELMEAR, MICHAEL BENEDETTO, ELMO BENGAARD, ERIK BENJAMIN, JR., ERNEST BENNER, BILL BENNETT, A.C. BENNETT, TERRY BENTLEY, JOHN BENTON, WILLIAM S. BENZING, MARTY BERGIN, EDWARD BERRY, BILL BERRY, CARY BERRY, JOHN BERRYMAN, JIM BERTONI, MIKE BERTSCHEY, STANTON BEST, KEITH BETTGE, BRETT BEVERLY, MIKE BEYER, JOSH BIEHL, BRUCE BILBO, JON

Mike Bowler, Jr. (1995-99) 1930 1975, 77-78 1961-63 1905, 07-08 1958-60 1904 1929-30 1943 1966-68 1961 1909 1998-01 1976-79 1973-75 1990-93 1988-90 1898 1898 1995-96 1910 1942 1973-74 1970 1979 1984 1959-61 1967-68 1951-52 1940-42 1997-99 1974-76 1948-51 1963-65 1926-29 1927, 29-30 1966 1964 1934-35 1965-67 1998-2002 1967-68 2001 1958-60 1969-71 1964 1951-53 1971-73 1960-62 1967-69 1997-99 1987-90 1934-35 1997-01 1995-99 1978-80 1921 1975 1919 1929 1990-92 1931-33 1963 1939-40 1993-94 1963 1992-96 1913-14 1978-80 1975 1995-99 1992-96 1968-70 1968-70

BILLCHECK, JUSTIN BIONDI, LOU BISCZAT, RAY BISHOP, JEFF BLACK, BRIAN BLACK, LARRY BLACKBURN, MIKE BLACKISTON, SLATER BLADERGROEN, MARK BLAGG, ANDY BLAKE, EVERETT BLAKE, HOWARD BLAKER, ARTHUR BLANC, HENRY BLANCHARD, T.M. BLANINSHIP, H. BLANKS, LAWRENCE BLITZER, MAX BLOCKER-BODLEY, J. BLOXSOM, WELTON BLY, T. E. BOBO, MARQUES BODNAR, GLENN BOGAN, LARRY BOGGS, CHRIS BONFARDIN, BOB BOOKER, KEITH BOOKER, PHIL BOONE, LAWRENCE BOOTH, BOB BOOTH, G.W. BOSIACK, GREG BOTTALICO, JOE BOURNE, JEFF BOWEN, B.T. BOWERS, DON BOWLER, JR., MIKE BOWLES, JASON BOWMAN, BILL BOYD, GREGG BOYER, SHAWN BOYKIN, OBIE BOYLE, TIM BRADY, TIM BRADY, PAT BRANTLY, JOHN BRAITHWAITE, ADAM BRATTON, ADAM BRAUN, MARK BRAXTON, MIKE BRENNER, STEVE BRICKELL, MARSHALL BRIDGES, HERBERT BRIDGERS, JOE BRIGHT, TOM BRINKLEY, E.S. BRITT, MICHAEL BRITTINGHAM, L. BROCKWELL, RAYMOND BRODERICK, P.F. BRODIE, GLENN BRODIE, WALT BRODKA, JOHN BROOKINS, MIKE BROOKS, ELIJAH BROOKS, JULIAN BROOKS, SEAN BROSNAHAN, JOHN BROSTROM, STEVE BROWN, ADIN BROWN, ARTHUR BROWN, CHARLES BROWN, CHARLES

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John Cannon (1979-81) 1993-94 1975 1981-83 1981-83 1981-83 1985-87 1976-79 1901-02, 04 1972-74 1942 1934-36 1900 1934-35 1945-48 1904 1904 1946 1912 1989-93 1926-28 1898, 1900-01 2000-2003 1982-84 1968 1993 1955-56 1989-92 1959-61 1943 1973-75 1915 1969 1941 1994-95 1901-02 1974-75 1995-99 2003-2005 1951-53 1989 1990-93 2005-07 1985 1993-96 1973 1954-56 1997-01 2002-05 1975-77 1985 1981-83 1934 1919 1932-34 1967-69 1901 1990-94 1916 1910 1929-30 1964 1952-56 1939-40 1972 2004-06 1919 2006-07 1985-88 1989 1965-67 1963-64 1909 1993

BROWN, DARYL BROWN, DENNIS BROWN, JERRETT BROWN, JED BROWN, JEFFREY BROWN, JOHN BROWN, KEN BROWN, MIKE BROWN, MIKE BROWN, OLIVER BROWN, REGIS BROWN, RUSS BROWN, TED BROWN, WILLIAM BRUCE, JACK BRUCE, JACKIE BRUNO, AL BRUNO, HOWARD BRUNSON, ERNEST BRUSKO, ED BRYAN, ARTHUR BRYAN, ROBERT BRYANT, MELVILLE BUCCI, MIKE BUCCINO, TONY BUCHANAN, GORDON BUCHER, DAVE BUJAKOWSKI, MIKE BUNCH, G. BUNCH, MELVIN BUNCH, OTIS BUNTING, CLINTON BURCHFIELD, HAROLD BURFORD, E.S. BURGESS, MIKE BURGWYN BURKE, TOM BURKLOW, TOM BURNICK, DAN BURNS, BRENDAN BURROW, BRANDON BURTON, MARVIN BUSHNELL, TODD BUTLER, TOM BYNUM, RAPHAEL BYRD, CHARLES BYRNE, BILL BYRNE, MATT C-C-C CAAN, PAUL CAFFERTY, BRUCE CAIN, C.H. CALABRESE, DAN CALDWELL, CAREY CALDWELL, DAVID CALDWELL, WILLIAM CALLAHAN, MICHAEL CALLAS, GEORGE CALOS, GUS CALVERT, GEORGE CAMBAL, DENNIS CAMERON, HASANI CAMPBELL, CHRIS CAMPBELL, DAVE CAMPBELL, DWAYNE CAMPBELL, LANG CAMPBELL, ROSS CAMPBELL, TOM CANADA, DREW CANNON, JOHN CANTY, MAJOR CAPITANO, SAM

1996-99 1966 2004 1987 1993 1946 1974-75 1977-79 1999-00 1956 1942, 46 1971-73 1963 1996-98 1944, 46-48 1990 1934-36 1967-69 1984-86 1956-58 1910 1968 1933-35 1963-65 1963-65 1965-67 1941-42, 45 1972-74 1935, 37 1939-40 1935-36 1987 1939 1916 1975-77, 79 1943 1949-50 1973 1976-79 1939 2003-05 1900 1970-72 1975-76 2005-06 1972 1938 1991-95 1982 1977-79 1922-25 1951-52 1990 20061945 20061975-76 1946-47 1983-84 1969-71 1998-00 1985 1968-70 1982 2000-2004 1943 1944 1982 1979-81 2005 1951


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CAPPS, BRUCE CARAWAN, ROLFE CARBONARO, VICTOR CARDACI, JOE CARDAMONE, JOE CAREY, MICKEY CARMICHAEL, WILLIAM CARPENTER, PAUL CARR, CHARLES CARR, JAMES CARR, NED CARR, PETER CARROLL, DAN CARROLL, MIKE CARTER, BILLY CARTER, HENRY CARTER, HERB CARTY, KEVIN CARUSO, HENRY CARY, CORNELL CASE, LOUIS CASHMAN, BRAD CASEY, JESSE CASON, STEPHEN CAUFFIEL, JOSEPH CAUGHRON, HARRY CAVALLARO, SAM CAVANAUGH, JIM CERMINARA, JOHN CERMINARO, JIMMY CHABOT, STEVE CHALKLEY, J. CHALKO, WILLIAM CHALLENDER, TIM CHANDLER, FERDINAND CHANDLER, HENRY CHAPMAN, H.L. CHAPMAN, MATT CHAPPELL, BO CHAPPELL, HARVEY CHAPPELL, RONNIE CHARLES, WINSTON H. CHATTIN, JEFF CHEATHAM, ALVIN CHEEK, DAVE CHEEK, CARL WAYNE CHESTNUT, AL CHIARMONTI, CHUCK CHIESA, RAY CHILDRESS, DEAK CHILDS, CHRIS CHILDS, JOHN CHIPOK, STEVE CHISHOLM, WALTER CHRISMAN, DAVE CHRISTIAN, PETE CHRISTIE, STEVE CHRISTINSON, O. CHRISTNER, MIKE CHUNTA, MIKE CHURCHILL, BILL CISIK, DAVID CLARK, DALE CLARK, DAVE CLARK, KEVIN CLARK, SCOTT CLARKE, BILL CLAUER, JOHN CLEMENTS, RUSSELL CLEMONS, MICHAEL CLOSE, W.H. CLOUD, JACK CLOUD, KENNETH

Eddie Davis (1985-88) 1951 1975-77 1939 1950-51 1954 1973-75 1926-27 1999-2003 1987 1914 1964-66 1900 1976 1968-70 1955-56 1906-07 1977 1999-00 1943 1978-80 1973-75 1967 1994-97 2002-05 1951 1946-48 1981 1967-69 1976-79 1997-00 1972 1921 1931-33 1990-92 1919, 22 1944 1904 1988 1943 1943-44 1971, 73 1922-25 1991-95 1966-68 1979 1958-60 1938-40 1944 1954-56 1969 1982-85 1992-94 1942, 46-47 1919 1956-58 1934 1986-89 1930 1964 1956-58 1967 1986-89 1946 1945-46 1985-86 1971 1966 1946 1950 1983-86 1916, 19-20 1946-49 1975-78

CLOUGH, MAX CLOWES, JOHN COBLENTZ, DAVE COCHRAN, BRENT COFER, C.V. COFER, JOHN COHEN, WHITFIELD COINER, JOHN SCOTT COLBERT, BRET COLCLOUGH, PHIL COLE, W.P. COLEMAN, ROBERT COLEY, DELMUS COLUMBO, DICK COMISKEY, CHARLIE COMMONS, BILLY COMO, RICHARD COMPHER, MARK COMPTON, SCOTT COMPTON, WAYNE CONAWAY, BILL CONDON, JOHN CONKLIN, DAVID CONNELLY, CHARLES CONNERY, CLIFF CONNORS, JIM CONNORS, JOE CONSTANTINO, A. CONWAY, DICK CONWAY, KIRK CONYERS, TERREON COOK, CRAIG COOK, DANTE COOK, JAMES ALLAN COOK, MIKE COOK, SCOTT COOKE, GILES COOKE, HOWARD COPELAND, CHARLEY COPELAND, RICHARD COPELAND, RICHARD COPENHAVER, M.H. CORBETT, LOU CORBETT, LOUIS CORBITT, WYLIE CORLEY, BILL CORLEY, DAVID, JR. COSTELLO, OWEN COTTINGHAM, BEN COWLING, SONNY COX, CALVIN COX, DEREK COX, LINWOOD COX, TOM COYNE, PETER CRAFT, STEVE CRAIG, FLOYD CRAIG, JEFF CRAMER, ALEX CRANE, ROBERT CREEKMAN, JIM CREEKMUR, LOU CRIM, J.W.H. CRIPE, DAVID CRISCO, RICHARD CRITTENDEN, GUY CROCCO, GARY CROCKETT, CLINT CROSS, GLENN CROSSMAN, RENNY CROW, AL CROW, MARVIN CULLINANE, LUKE

Jack Dean (1966-68) 1972-74 1944 1971 2003-07 1922 1908 1907-08 1935, 37 1999-01 1954-56 1896 1946 2002-06 1957 1981-83 1993-97 1966-68 1987-90 1984 1978 1964-66 1985-86 1995-99 1973 1977-79 1981-83 1950, 52 1928-31 1966 1997-98 20061975-77 20081926-27 1994-98 1985-88 1919 1989 1951-53 1914-16 1919 1898, 1900 1954-55 1951 1900 1961-63 1998-2002 1977-81 20061950-52 1959-61 2004-08 1951-54 1987 1993-97 1965 1952 1962-64 2004 1982-84 1939-40 1944, 47-49 1901 1970-71 1979 1981-83 1985 1942 1973 1987 1957-58 1951 1994-97

CULLUM, PAUL CUMBO, DAVID CUNNINGHAM, CHRIS CUNNINGHAM, SCOTTY CUNNINGHAM, TOM CURRIE, JACOB CUSEO, FRANK CZERKAWSKI, JOE D-D-D DADE, R.B. DADE, ROBERT DAGNER, JR., ANTON D’AGOSTINO, JAMES DALTON, STEVE DANIEL, JIM DANIELS, CHRIS DARDEN, FRANK DARDEN, JACKSON DARRAGH, DAN DAUSH, BOBBY DAVIDSON, JOHN DAVIES, BILL DAVIES, ERNEST DAVIS, BILL DAVIS, CHRIS DAVIS, CHRIS DAVIS, COLIN R. DAVIS, COREY DAVIS, ED DAVIS GEORGE M. DAVIS, GEORGE H. DAVIS, GERALD DAVIS, H.J. DAVIS, M.C. DAVIS, PAUL DAVIS, SHAWN DAVIS, WALT DAWSON, ANDREW DAWSON, CHRIS DAWSON, FRANK DEAN, JACK DEANES, TERRANCE DEBRANSKI, MIKE DEEL, O. DEERY, BILL DEFAZIO, BRIAN DEFOREST, W. DEGENNARRO, GREG DEGRADO, JOHN DEGUTIS, ALBERT DEKANEY, MARK DELLA TORRE, TOMMY DELUCA, DONALD DEMARY, TONY DENAULT, BILL DENNER DENNIS, STEVE DENNIS, TODD DEWEY, CRAIG DEWISPELEARE, NICK DEXTER, THOMAS DEYOUNG, ERIC DICK, JIM DIETZ, E. DIGGS, RICHARD DILDINE, ROBERT DILL, MARSHALL DILLARD, JOHN DINARDO, JIM DINSMORE, PAUL DINUNZIO, CHAD DISHAROON, JAMES

Bill Deery (1972-74) 1974 1985-87 1997-99 1940-41 1946 2000-2002 1937-38 1976-79 1901-1902 1905-06 1997 1995-96 1973-75 1968-69 1987-88 1927-29 1932-33 1965-67 2002-2003 1937-38 1934-36 1919 1969-71 1997 1991 1946-49 2002-06 1985-88 1944-45 1944-47 1989-93 1901 1924-26 1902 1987-90 1975-78 1989-90 1990-93 1990-94 1966-68 1992-93 1962-63 1911-12 1972-74 1993 1944 1985-86 1934 1934, 36 1982 1937-38 1938 1965-67 1945 1945 1940 1982-84 1971-72 2006-08 1987-91 1995 1963-65 1921 1929 1990 2006-07, 091937-39 1978-80 1957-59 1995-99 1945

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1989-91 1980-82 1972-74 1992-93 1971 1986-88 20061989 2007, 20091970 1915-16 1992-94 1992 1929-31 1938 1905-07 1974 1979-81 20081999-01 1936 1980 1986-89 1976-79 1960-62 1999 1908-09 1946 1954-56 1968-70 1972-74 1922 1958 1973-74 1943-44 1902 1943 1998-2002 1989-93 1987-90

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Stephen Cason (2002-05)

1915 1925-27 1907 1983-85 1943 1960 1994-98 1934-35 1956-58 1986-89 1987-90 1985 1984-87 1986-88 1922-25 1898 1927 1967-69 1906 1916 1926 1971-72 2003-04 1952-54 1994-98 1929 1992 1959-61 1988-91 1957 1968

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Andy Giles (1968-70) EVANS, MARK FAHA, CHRIS FAGAN, SANDY FAIR, JOHN FAKADEJ, ALEX FALBO, GRAHAM FALWELL, CRAIG FARRELL, JAMES FARRELL, JOHN FARRELL, SEAN FEAMSTER, TOM FEARS, IVAN FEDISON, JIMMY FELD, LLOYD FELDER, JR., T.J. FENTRESS, H.S. FEOLA, TOM FEREBEE, MELVIN FEREBEE, RYAN FERGUSON, GEORGE FERGUSON, WILLIAM FERRALL, WILLIAM FERRANTE, JOHN FERRIS, ABE FEUERRIEGEL, JOHN FEURSTEIN, WILLIAM FIELD, J. FIELDS, HAROLD FIELDS, WILLIAM FILE, GERALD FILER, TED FILL, STEVE FIMIAN, KEITH FINCH, TOM FINN, BOB FINN, PATRICK FISHBURNE, CARY FISHER, GEORGE FISHER, JORDAN FITZGERALD, AUBREY FITZGERALD, DEREK FITZGERALD, KELLY FIX, JARED FIZTPATRICK, BOB FIZTPATRICK, DENNIS FLANAGAN, JOHN FLANDERS, G.E. FLETCHER, HOWELL FLETCHER, T.R. FLETCHER, TIM FLICKENGER, JOE FLIPPO, DEAN FLOURNOY, WILLIAM FLOYD, RALPH FLURIE, MIKE FLYNN, DAVID FOLEY, JACOB FONES, LARRY FORAN, RYAN FORD, STEVE FORKOVITCH, NICK FORRESTER, KEVIN FORTNEY, ALAN FOSTER, JEFF FOSTER, GARY FOSTER, MALCOLM FOUSSEKIS FOWLER, C.E. FOWLER, VANCE FOX, JIM FRANCIS, OMAR

Terry Hammons (1991-95) 1985-86

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2001-04 1967 1943 1954 2003-07 1992 1968 1957-59 1998-00 1951 1974-75 1991-93 1957 1996-00 1916, 19 1963-65 2005 1985-88 1904, 06 1912-13 1928-30 2005 1939-40, 46 1968-69 1907 1900 1940-42 1927-29 1958-60 1949-51 1994-97 1975-77 1972-73 1947-50 1996-00 1985 1931 1996 1953-55 1991-95 20081995 1970 1977-80 1950-52 1921-22 1908-09 1925 1979 1936 1959-60 1900 1945-49 1974-75 1988-91 2006-07 1949-54 1991-94 1988-92 1942, 45 1985-89 1985-88 1965-66 1993-97 1919 1943 1904 1937 1969-71 2008-

Ron Harrison (1994-97)

FRANCKS, EVAN FRANCO, TOM FRANKLYN, PREACHER FRAZIER, MATTHEW FREANEY, GREG FREEMAN, EARL FREEMAN, JACKIE FRENCH FRENCH, BARRY FREUNDT, MATT FRISINA, STEVE FRIZZELL, EMMETT FRON, JOE FULLER, J.C. FULLER, MARTY FUSCO, RUDOLPH

20061977-80 1933-34 2006 1971-73 1951 1941-42, 46 1945 1969 1998-01 1978-80 1928 1968 1921-22 1966-67 1952

G-G-G GABELER, BILL GADKOWSKI, BOB GAINES, CLARENCE GALBREATH, WARREN GALE, BUCK GALLAGHER, BRIAN GALLAGHER, TIM GARBER, W.E. GARDNER, BILL GARGANO, JOHN GARLAND, PETER GARLAND, TODD GARLIC, ALAN GARRETT, CLAY GARRISON GARRITY, CHRIS GARROW, J.T. GATTI, DAVE GAYLE, S. GECZY, PAUL GEDDY, VERNON GEHLMANN, TED GEIGER, WILLIAM GEORGE, C.S. GERDELMAN, JOHN GEREK, DOUG GERHART, DOUG GERTIN, CHRIS GESSNER, CHRIS GEYER, RAY GIAMO, BRIAN GIANNINI, JACK GIBBS, GEORGE GIBBS, JASON GIBSON, MERRITT GIDDENS, DANNY GILDEN, RON GILES, ANDY GILES, J.E. GILKESON, ANDREW GILLEY, JAMES GILLILAND, NICK GILLIAM, RANDOLPH GILLIAM, RON GILLUM, SCOTT GLASSER, GREG GLAZENER, CHARLES GLEASON, CHRIS GLENN, LEE GLESENKAMP, RANDY GOBBLE, ERIC GOBBLE, JOHN GODDELL, DON GODWIN, JEFF GOELLNIGHT, BOB

1967-69 1965-67 1976, 78-79 1943, 46 1960-61 1993 1990 1916, 19-20 1971-73 1971-72 1900 1999-2002 1987-90 1995-97 1943 1979-81 1898 1958-60 1913-15 1970-71 1915 1948-50 1970 1898 1972-74 1974-76 1972-74 1986-88 1985-88 1993 1993-96 1939-40 1946-48 1987-90 1984-86 1985-88 1971-73 1968-70 1932 1900 1928 1997-01 1913 1983-85 1993-94 1983-86 1970-71 1981-83 1982, 83-84 1964-66 1987 1963 1969-70 1978-79 1935-37

GOETZ, ANDRE GOINER, RONNIE GOLD, NORMAN GOLDBERG, AUBREY GOLDEN, HARRISON GOLDEN, ROBERT GOLDMAN, BRENT GONDAK, CHARLES GOODE, ALLEN GOODE, RICHARD GOODEN, ELMO GOODLOW, BILL GOODLOW, ED GOODLOW, LEON GOODMAN, RICHARD GOODRICH, SCOTT GOODRICH, SCOTT GOODWIN, EDWARD GORDON, ARMISTEAD GOSLEE, A.H. GOTTLIEB, ALEX GOTTLUND, JOHN GOVERN, FRANK GOWIN, RAY GRAHAM, MARVIN GRANGER, DOUG GRANT, DENYS GRANT, MICHAEL GRAVELY, JOHN GRAVES, F.E. GRAVES, J. S. GRAY, KERRY GRAZIER, DAVE GREASER, RAYMOND GREEN, G.P. GREEN, JAMES GREEN, JIM GREEN, PRESTON GREEN, ROBERT GREENE, JOHN GREENE, JOHN GREGORY, J.W. GREINEDER, TODD GREJDA, VINCE GREMBOWITZ, JOHNNY GREMILLOT, TODD GRENADIER GRENZ, MICHAEL GRIDER, ANDY GRIECO, AL GRIFFIN, CHRIS GRIFFIN, DAVID GRIFFIN, JEROME, JR. GRIFFIN, MELVIN GRIFFIN, PETER GRIFFITH, MARK GRIGG, LANE GRIMES, JONATHAN GROETTUM, RICHARD GROOT, MIKE GROVE, GEORGE GRUDI, WALT GUIDICE, BILL GUMBITA, ROBBIE GUTOWSKI, STEVE HAAS, DAVE HACKETT, MICHAEL HACKETT, MIMS HACKLEY, W.M. HADTKE, WALTER HAFFNER, STEVE

H-H-H

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HAGGERTY, PAT HAGLAN, DENNIS HAKEL, CHRIS HALE, ROGER HALEY, MICHAEL HALL, ARTHUR HALL, C. HALL, E.H. HALL, HARRY HALL, WAVERLY HALLIGAN, THOMAS HAMILTON, TOM HAMMACK, BILL HAMMEL, JOHN HAMMONS, TERRY HAMRIC, JAY HANKINS, GEORGE HANKLA, KIRK HANKY, MICHAEL HANNA, GORDON HANSEN, DICK HANSON, BRUCE HARDAGE, BOB HARDING, JAMES HARDING, MIKE HARDY, CERONE HARDY, DON HARDY, ISHAM HARGROVE, BOOKER HARGROVE, STEVEN, JR. HARKINS, WILLIAM HARPER, GEORGE HARPER, OSCAR HARPER, ROGER HARRELL, LARRY HARRELL, WADE HARRINGTON, CRAIG HARRIS, ARCHIE HARRIS, BOB HARRIS, BRIAN HARRIS, DARRYL HARRIS, EARLAND R. HARRIS, ED HARRIS, MAX HARRIS, TONY HARRISON, BILLY HARRISON, RON HARRISON, H.A. HART, BRIAN HARTMAN, SCOTT HARVILLE, BILL HARWOOD, W.S. HASELDEN, BROOKS HASKELL, LEO HASTINGS, HARVEY HATCHER, RAY HAVELKA, TERRY HAWKINS, ERIC HAYES, THOMAS HAYNIE, RUSSELL HAYS, SCOTT HEAD, MIKE HEALY, JOSEPH HEBDITCH, D.B. HEDGECOCK, SAM HEDRICK, JOHN HEFLIN, GEORGE HEINEMAN, SCOTT HEITMAN, GEORGE HELBIG, JOSEPH HELIES, ED HELSANDER, AL HELSEL, BRIAN

1946-48 1963-65 1987-91 1959-61 2004-05 1919 1907-08 1901-02 1937 1943 1930-32 1951-54 1954-56 1919 1991-95 1992-96 1905-06 1981 1998 1937-39 1968-69 1969-71 1955-57 1951 1985 1997-01 1959-60 1921 1970 2001-2003 1930 1939-40 1935 1939 1964-65 2000-2004 1975-78 1983-86 1957 1985-87 1998 1927-28 1961 2006-07 1994-98 1948 1994-97 1901 1995-96 1984 1943 1921 1996-99 1922 1920-23 1981 1976-78 1989-92 1986-87 1935 1975-77 1965-66, 69 1909 1898 1939- 40 1913 1943, 1946, 48-50 1983-86 1985 2001 1969-71 1940 1993


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DeBrian Holmes (2004-08) 1988-89 1931-33 1963-64 1960-62 1945, 48 1952-55 1904 1969-71 1961-63 1988-91 1994-98 1902 1905 1968-70 1969 20051952-54 1965-67 1993-96 1968 1983-84 1969-70 1939-41 1985-88 1948-49 1954- 57 1986-89 1996-98 2002 200620061948-50 1930-33 1955-57 1988 1898 1930 1951-53 1926 1951-53 1906 20062004-08 20061989 1978-79 1982-83 1984-87 1971-73 1985 1944-47 1978-80 1985-89 1972-74 1946-48 1951-52 1938-39 1967-69 1943 2000-2001 1939-40 1941-42, 45 1966 2004-08 1941 2002-2004 1987 1991 1996-98 20071967-68 1938 1968-70

HOOVER, KENT HOPKINS, ANDRE HORNE, J. ROY HORNE, PAUL HORNER, TOM HORNSBY, ROBERT HORNSBY, SWANSON HOROVITZ, JON HORVATH, RYAN HOSMER, JEFF HOSTETLER, JOHN HOUFF, DAVID HOUSE, RUSSELL HOUSEL, CHUCK HOVER, DICK HOWARD, JIMMIE HOWARD, MARCUS HOWARD, STEVE HOWARD, WALTER HOWELL, JERRY HOWREN, DONALD HUBARD, “BUDDY” HUBBARD, HERMAN HUBER, TOM HUBLER, VINCENT HUDAK, T.J. HUDDLESTON, PHIL HUG, JEFF HUGE, CHRIS HUGGINS, ANDY HUGHES, DAVE HUGHES, GEORGE HUGHES, MARK HULSE, GLENN HUMPHREY, JON HUMPHREYS, H.G. HUMPHREYS, TOMMY HUMPHRIES, PAT HUNGERFORD, DICK HUNTINGTON, C. HURLBURT, RICHARD HURLEY, JOHN HURTT, W.M. HYDE, MARCUS ILARDO, CHRIS INGLE, NED INJAYCHOCK, MIKE IRBY, BOB IRVING, FRANK IRWIN, NEWELL IRWIN, WINSTON ISAACS, GARLAND ISLE, BARRY IVANHOE, DICK

Mo Kish (1945-48) 1971 1980-82 1912, 14 1989-93 1951-52 1951-52, 54 1951-52 1976-78 2003-07 1974-76 1971-73 2004-08 1922-25 1965-67 1957-59 1939-41 1998-2002 1967-69 1908 1971-72 1947-49, 51 1942, 46 1911-12 1974-75 1970 1999-01 1971 1988 1981-83 1982-84 1951-52 1946-49 1989-90 1948 1994-95 1893 2006-07 1944 1947-48 1905 1985 1969-71 1898 2007-

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J-J-J JACKSON, JESS JACKSON, CHARLES JACKSON, DARRELL JACKSON, MARQUES JACKSON, PARIS JACOBS, KYLE JAGGARD, STEVE JASPER, KEITH JEAN, EDWIN JEAN-PIERRE, BRYAN JENKINS, CARLTON JENNINGS, CLARENCE JENNINGS, MIKE JENNINGS, WILLIAM JESSE, CARL

2005 1962 1996-97 1960-61 1905 1940-45 1922-25 1940-41, 46 1966 1951-52 1943 1966-68 1985-86 1995-96 2003-05 1998-99 1966 1985-86 1960-63 2006-07, 091922 1912-13 1986 1908 1951

JESSEE, CORY JETER, WILL JOHNS, HARRY JOHNSON, ANDREW JOHNSON, BENNY JOHNSON, BRANDON B. JOHNSON, BRANDON W. JOHNSON, C.E. JOHNSON, C.E. JOHNSON, CHRIS JOHNSON, DUDLEY JOHNSON, EMIL JOHNSON, FRED JOHNSON, HARVEY JOHNSON, KENNETH JOHNSON, MATT JOHNSON, MILTON JOHNSON, NELSON JOHNSON, PATRICK JOHNSON, TERRANCE JOHNSON, TOMMY JOHNSON, WILBUR JOHNSTON, GORDON JOHNSTON, LEWIS JOHNSTON, MILTON JONES, ARNOLD JONES, BLAKE JONES, EDDIE JONES, GARY JONES, HOWARD JONES, JAMAL JONES, MELTOYA JONES, NATHAN JONES, P.B. JONES, R.M. JONES, RAY JONES, RONALD JONES, RYAN JONES, STANLEY JOPLIN, JIM JOPLIN, JOHN JORDAN, T. JOYCE, RYAN JOYNER, M.B. JOYNES, HERBERT JULIAN, DAVID

John Kreamcheck (1950-52) 2007-08 1987-89 1942 1993-94 1957-59 1998-00 2000-01 1902 1904-05 20081976-78 1931-33 20051940-42 1970 1989-92 1991 1998 1999 2000-02 1969-71 1960-62 1958-59 1968-70 1982-83 1960-62 20081954 1993 1913 1990 20082001 1897 1901 1957 1960, 62-63 2003-07 1920 1962 1961-63 1920-23 1994-97 1919-21 1907 1985

K-K-K KAGLE, TIM KALINYAK, GREG KAMEN, STAN KANAS, TOM KANNADY, JOHN KARDATZKE, LAUREN KARSCHNER, GEORGE KAUFMAN, JULIUS KEARNEY, NOLAN KEARNS, RYAN KEEF, DWIGHT KEEN, TROY KEENAN, DAN KEENER, ROGER KEISTER, PAUL KELLEY, JACK KELLEY, SEAN KELLEY, TIM KELLY, JOHN KELLY, JUSTIN KELSO, MARK KEMP, BOB KEMP, IAN KENDLER, JESSE KENNEDY, CARY

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KENNEDY, JOSEPH KENNEDY, TERRENCE KENT, YELVERTON KERLEY, RAY KERN, DICK KEYSER, J.E. KIDDER, FRED KIHM, JONATHAN KILKOWSKI, BARRY KILLEEN, SEAN KILLMON, RONNIE KILMCZAK, MATT KIMBALL, GREG KIMBER, CHRIS KING, GARY KINGSFIELD, RAY KINKEAD KINNAMON, GEORGE KINSMAN, RICHARD KIRBY, EPPA KIRK, JOHN KIRKMEYER, JAMES KISH, MOE KITCHIN, HUGH KITTINGER, AL KLATZKIN, DANIEL KLECHA, FRANK KLEIN, BILL KLINGENSMITH, JIM KLIPA, ED KNEIDINGER, MIKE KNIGHT, CURTIS KNIGHT, DAVID KNIGHT, RANDY KNIGHT, SHAWN KNIGHT, RICHARD KNOWLES, JACK KNOX, GLEN KNOX, HORACE KOLLER, TOM KOONS, JOE KOPLAN, BRUCE KORCZOWSKI, JOHN KORCZOWSKI, TOMMY KORNBLUH KORNS, DICK KORTE, KURT KOSTIC, MARK KOUTSOS, JAMES KOVACS, STEPHEN KRAUTHEIM, MARK KREAMCHECK, JOHN KREBS, JIM KREMER, RUSS KRESS, HOWARD KROEGER, JOHN KROEGER, SEAN KROG, JOHN KROLL, CHRIS KRUEGER, HERBERT KRUIS, JIM KRUIS, PAUL KUEHN, GREG KUGLER, CRAIG KUHN, STEVE KUNKLE, TERRY KUSHIN, DOUG KYLE, FRED LAFALCE, TOM LAMBERT, ERIC LAMBIOTTE, KENNY

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1937 1952 1926-29 1946 1961-63 1904 1943 2001 1979-81 1998 1959-60 1968-70 1986-89 2001-04 1988-90 1988-90 1943 1945 1988-92 1900 1947-50 1906 1945-48 1961, 64 1951-52 2006 1952 1942, 45 1960-62 1971-73 1978-81 1951 1970-72 1973-74 1990-94 1968 1964 1940-42 1941-42 1951-52 1965 1986 1940-42 1945-48 1943 1961-62, 67 2001-02 1987 1988-89 1952 1981-84 1950-52 1972-73 1948-50 1943 1974-76 20081950-52 1948 1937-38 1975-77 1973-75 2001-05 1986-89 1975-77 1984 1998-01 1936

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Alvis Lang (1977-79) LANG, ALVIS LANGHAM, DICK LANNER LANNING, BRIAN LANTZ, GREG LARKINS, JOSH LARNER, BILL LARSON, JERRY LASHLEY, MIKE LASSITER, ALFRED LAWRENCE, BEN LAWRENCE, RODNEY LAYCOCK, JIMMYE LAYDEN, JOHN LAYNE, DON LEACH, MIKE LECLAIR, GARY LECROIX, AIMEE LEE, BRYCE LEE, RYAN LEE, TODD LEE, W. B. LEEDY, TIM LEESON, TODD LEFEVRE, BRIAN LEFFEW, JIM LEGG, ELMO LEGG, JONATHAN LEGG, TOM LEGRANDE, NED LEMMOND, JAMIE LENZI, STEVE LESHER, BRAD LESNIAK, MIKE LESTER, CHRIS LETCAVAGE, ANDREW LEVI, JOHN LEVVY, JOICE LEVVY, L. LEWICKI, RON LEWIS, BUCKY LEWIS, CHRIS LEWIS, DICKIE LEWIS, DONTÉ LEWIS, EVAN LEWIS, JACK LEWIS, JACOB LEWIS, RICH LEWIS, TOMMY LEWIS, TOMMY LEX, BUDDY LIBASSI, STEVE LIGHT, HOWARD LIGHT, ROB LINDSEY, NASH LINEWEAVER, NORRIS LINK, BILLY LINKS, GENE LINN, ANDY LIPINSKY, MARCELLUS LIPISKI, FRANK LIPKE, DAVE LISELLA, JOHN LISSEMORE, SEAN LISTON, DAVID LITTLEJOHN, JEREMY LIVESAY, FRANK LIVINGSTON, ROBERT LLOYD, J.H. LLOYD, MCPAYNE LOCKE, MARK LOCKE, MICHAEL LOFFREDO, RAY

Buddy Lex (1946-49) 1977-79 1954 1954 2005 1990 2004-06 1944 1978 1957-59 1915-16 2001-2003 1983-85 1967-69 1983 1950-52 1998-99 1974 1930-32 1998-01 1997 1986-89 1908-11 1993-97 1983-85 1990 1959-61 1937 1985-88 1957 1933-34 1989-92 1939- 40 1954 1961-63 1983-84 2005 1983 1921 1921 1968 1972-74 1985-86 1949-51 1999-2003 1974-76 1951-52 2001-2002 1960 1950-52 1985-88 1946-49 1976-79 1989 1989-93 1929-31 1939 1985 1947 1986-89 1943 1951 1962 1980-82 20051997-00 1994 1934-36 20071904 1911 1984-86 1987-91 1998-2002

Mark McCain (1991-95)

LOFRESE, JIM LOHMAN, C.A. LONGACRE, BOB LONERGAN, KOMLAN LOONEY, KEVIN LOTT, BILL LOTTS, ADAM LOUGHRAN, JAMES LOVKO, TED LOVORN, ANDY LOWE, OTTO LOWENSTEIN, ERIC LUBS, DICK LUCAS, AL LUCAS, JOE LUCAS, MIKE LUCAS, STEPHEN LUDWIG, BOB LUDWIG, COREY LUM, BEN LUMM, RYAN LUND, JEFF LUNDVALL, RICHARD LUNSFORD, CARL LUPO, SAM LUSARDI, VINCENT LUSK, BOB LUSTIG, JOSH LUTZ, HOWARD LUTZ, RUSSELL LUZAR, REX LYND, JOHN LYNN, GRAY LYON, TRISTEN LYONS, BILL LYONS, JEFF LYSHER, PETER

1963-65 1921 1941-42, 46 1998-01 1984-85 1963 1999 2001 1987 2000-2003 1919 1992 1948-49 1982-84 1982 1978-79 1983-85 1966 1989-93 1945 2001-05 1966-68 1978-80 1944 1949-51 1939 1951-52, 55 2001-05 1946 1952, 57 1971 1946 1957-59 1997 1990-92 1992-93 1974-76

M-M-M MACARCYZK, JOHN MACDONALD, STEPHEN MACK, ELLIOTT MACKIEWICZ, CHET MACKRETH, ARTHUR MACMASTERS, WAYNE MACON, E. CARLTON MACPEAK, DAVE MACRAE, DUNCAN MADDEN, MIKE MADDOX, ARTHUR MADDOX, MOE MADDREY, DENNIS MADDUX, MARK MAGDZIAK, ED MAGDZIAK, STAN MAGERKO, JR., MARTIN MAGNER, BILL MAHNIC, BOB MAIER, STEVE MAITA, JOHN MAKRIANNIS, NICK MALARKEY, BOB MALLORY, JIM MANARIN, AARON MANDERFIELD, JOE MANGUS, D.J. MANN, JEFF MANNI, BRIAN MANNING, DREW MARCEY, JAKE MARCHANT, AVALON MARCOCCIO, FRANK MARCZYK, JOE

1954, 56-57 1908 2004-08 1944-46, 48 1900 1980-82 1926-27 1972-74 1908 1965-67 1915-16 1951-52 1961-63 2004 1947-50 1944-47 1997-01 1969-70 1967 1966-69 1956 1996-00 1961-62 1985-87 1995-96 1975-78 20071968-70 1998 1989-90 20071900 1991-93 1987-90

MARIANACCI, JOE MARIFZO, BILL MARINO, JOE MARK, JOE MARKLAND, JOHN MARRA, ALFRED MARRAZZO, BERNIE MARRINER, COURTLAND MARROW, EDWARD MARROW, HARRY MARTIN, BILL MARTIN, B. MARTIN, BILL MARTIN, DAVE MARTIN, JOEL MARTIN, KEN MARTIN, MELVIN MARTIN, TOMMY MARTIN, TOMMY MARTIN, WILLIAM MARTIN, ZACH MARTINI, DOUG MASKAS, JIM MASSEY, EARL MASTERS, HURLIE MASTERS, JERRY MASTOWSKI, FRANK MATHENY, J.C. MATHESON, JOHN MATHIS, GERALD MATSON, DEWEY MATSU, ICHYA “ART” MATTHEWS, WALDO MATTHIE, MARC MATTOX, NATHAN MATTOX, RICHARD MATZE, WILLIAM MAXEY, CLARENCE MAY, BILLY MAYBERRY, JAMIE MAYCON, HOWARD MAYER, CHARLES MAZEFSKY, MATT MAZUR, DANNY MCAULAY, D.J. MCCAIN, MARK MCCARRON, JOE MCCATHERN MCCARTHY, MIKE MCCUTCHEON, THOMAS MCLAIN, BRIAN MCCLELLAN, RYAN MCCLESTER, SCOTT MCCOMB, GEORGE MCCORMICK, JAMES MCCURDY, CRAIG MCCUTCHEON, BRUCE MCDERMOTT, SEAN MCDONALD, RICHARD MCDONALD, W.E. MCDOWELL, DAVE MCDOWELL, JIM MCDUFFIE, KEVIN MCELROY, SAM MCENTEE, LARRY MCFARLIN, BRUCE MCGARRY, BRIAN MCGEE, R.P. MCGINTY, CLETUS MCGOWAN, HUGH MCGOWAN, MICHAEL MCGUIRE, DONNIE MCGUIRE, ERIN

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Wes Meeteerr (1968-70) 2004-05 1952-55 1934-36 1947-50 1963 1944 1980-83 20061910 1909 1943 1953 1946 1979-80 1997-98 1980-81 1976-78 1949-53 1956-59 1953-54 20081979-81 1972 1945-48 1939-41 1965-66 1965 1935 1981-82 1966 1945 1923-26 1939-40 1997-01 1914 1943 1944 1929-31 1944-45 1994-95 1988-92 1911 1996-00 2004 20051991-95 1972 1955 2000-04 2005-08 2001 1995 1983 1937, 39 1946 1973-75 1972-74 1993-97 1905-07 1901-02 1982-84 1946-49 1981-83 2000 1982-84 1976-78 1991 1902 1987-90 1935, 37 1992-96 1964-66 1989-93

MCHEFFEY, JIM MCKINNON, BILL MCLAUGHLIN, BOB MCLAURIN, TRAVIS MCLAURIN, TREVOR MCLEOD, LOU MCMURRER, PETER MCNAMARA, BOB MCNAMEE, STEVE MCREYNOLDS, ARNOLD MEADE, EDWARD MEADE, JOSEPH MEANS, JOHN MEELL, TIM MEENAN, GARY MEETEER, WES MEGALE, JOE MEHLBRECH, FRED MEHRE, HARRY MEISTER, MACHAEL MEITH, BOB MELROSE, BILL MENKE, JOHN MERIDITH, ROY MESI, MIKE MESSINGER, GARY METCALF, WAYNE METCALF, WILL MEYER, KEVIN MEYER, CHRIS MICHAELS, ALBERT MICHAUD, PETER MICHELOW, DAVE MICHER, ROBERT MICKANIN, CRAIG MIHALAS, MIKE MIKE-MAYER, LASZLO MIKOL, JOE MIKULA, ED MIKULA, TOM MILIK, JOEL MILING, BERT MILKOVICH, STEVE MILLER, DAVID MILLER, DAVID MILLER, ERIC MILLER, GRAEME MILLER, JAMES MILLER, JASON MILLER, LEE MILLER, MIKE MILLER, RICKY MILLER, SAM MILLER, STEVE MILLER, TYLER MILLS, ARTIS MILLS, DENVER MILLS, MATT MILOSZEWSKI, DAVE MINES, JABREL MINK, KEN MIODUSZEWSKI, ED MISCHLER, MIKE MISHLER, RAY MITCHELL, TREY MITKIEVICZ, LEO MITROVIC, JOHN MOATES, GUY MOCK, GARRETT MODRAK, LARRY MOFFETT, LYLE MOHLER, CHARLES MOKLER, SCOTT

1982-84 1966-68 1966-68 2002-06 2002-06 1948 2005 1946, 48-50 1978-80 1948 1930-32 1904-05 1985-86 1981, 83 1975-76 1968-70 1949-51 1995-96 1985-88 1927 1954 1975, 76, 77 1984-87 1949 2000-04 1987 1912 1912 1982 1996-97 1934 1990-91 1983-85 1959 1989 1963-65 1981 1979-80 1946, 48 1943-44, 46-47 1978-80 1965 1951-53 1969-70 20061998-00 1982-85 2002-05 1991-95 1957 1954-55 1984-86 1962-64 1968-70 20061946 1944-46 1997-01 1991-95 20081956-57 1950-52 1987-88 1974 2004-05 1937-38 1980-82 1940-41 1997 1985-87 1987 2002 1985


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MOLENAAR, BRETT MOLLICA, MARK MOLLOY, JIM MONACO, JOE MONDAY, BILL MONESS, COLEMAN MONTAGUE, J.H. MONTGOMERY, JOE MOODY, RYAN MOODY, STEFON MOORE, CHRISTOPHER MOORE, KEVIN MOORE, LONNIE MOORE, NORMAN MOORE, ROSS MOORE, SCOTT MORABITO, LANCE MORETZ, JOHN MORGAN, MATT MORRIS, BRIAN MORRIS, CHRISTOPHER MORRIS, CODY MORRIS, GRAHAM MORRISON, BILL MORTON, RICK MORTON, TERRY MOSIER DON MOSSER, PHIL MOTLEY, RYLAND MOYERS, SCOTT MOZELESKI, MITCHELL MUELLER, DALE MUELLER, DAN MULDROW, LEONARD MULLADY, MARK MULLER, FRED MULLINS, MICHAEL MULLOY, PATRICK MURO, EVAN MURPHY, BRIAN MURPHY, DAVID MURPHY, JAMES MURPHY, MIKE MURPHY, WALLACE MURPHY, WILLIAM MURRAY, NORMAN MUSCALUS, ROB MUSE, BILL MUSE, C.J. MUSINSKI, RICH MYERS, VINTON NAGELIN, MIKE NAGY, BILL NASE, DANNY NASS, DAN NDUBUEZE, CHRIS NEAL, JAMES NEALL, JACKSON NEBLETT, WILLIAM NEELY, BRIAN NEILSON, JOE NELSON, BOB NESMITH, COREY NETTLES, JOHN NEWBILL, DONTE NEWBY, MARIO NEWELL, RALPH NEWMAN, GARY NICHOLAS, JOE NICHOLS, JEREMY NICHOLSEN, HARRY

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Billy Parker (1999-03) 2005 1971-73 1985-86 1985-87 1969-71 1946 1898 1971-73 20081992-96 2005-07 1970, 72 1980-82 1957 1999 1987 1988-92 1969 2001-03 1983-85 1995-99 2003-06 1944 1963 1969 1966-68 1984 1970-71 1946 1986 1927, 29-30 1965 1989-92 2003-05 1975-78 1984-87 1990 2001-05 2004-07 1990, 92-93 1981-83 1927-30 1981-83 1926 1944 1933-34 1976-78 1986-89 20051999-2003 1983-84 1998-2001 1953-55 1963-65 1980-82 2002-04, 2006 2007-08 1969-71 1908, 11 2002-06 1964-66 1954 1995-99 1982-85 20072006-07 1988 1968-69 2003-07 1997 1982-83

NICHOLSON, BOB NICKELL, RYAN NICKERSON, MATT NIELSEN, JEFF NIXON, JUDSON NOFAL, GEORGE NOHINEK, JOHN NOSAL, MARTIN NOURSE, WALTER NULL, ADOLPH O-O-O O’BRIEN, ERIC O’BRIEN, KYLE O’CONNOR, ADAM O’CONNOR, FRED O’CONNOR, JAKE O’DELL, TOM O’MARA, NEAL O’NEIL, T.J. O’NEILL, FRANK O’NEILL, DAVE O’PELLA, FRANK O’REILLY, JASON O’REILLY, TIMOTHY O’TOOLE, DENNIS O’TOOLE, TERRY OATES, GREG OBENSCHAIN, WALT OCQUE, HOWARD ODOR, KEVIN OLDFIELD, GEORGE OLIVER, BROWN OLIVER, GRAY OLIVER, JUSTIN OLIVER, LAWRENCE OLIVER, ROB OLSON, ERIK OREMLAND, SHELDON OSBORNE, SCOT OSGOODBY, MARC OSTROWSKI, MICHAEL OTEY, MATT OUTLAW, CHRIS OUTTEN, MICKEY OVERTON, MATT OWEN OWENS, CARROLL P-P-P PAGE, DAVID PAGE, ROBERT PAGLIARO, JAMES PAINE, JOHN PAKENHAM, MARK PALESE, BILLY PALMER, P.C. PARKER, A. PARKER, BILLY PARKER, GREG PARKER, W. L. PARLEE, BRYAN PAROZZO, GEORGE PARRAMORE, JAMES PARROT, LEVINCE PARRY, RAYMOND PARSONS, LESLIE PARTLOW, BRIAN PARTLOW, MACKENZIE PARTLOW, MICHAEL PASCAVAGE, ED PATE, BRIAN PATTERSON, COREY

Joe Person (1988-92) 1958-60 2003-05 2005-08 1987-91 1946-48 1927-28 1987 1960, 62-63 1913 1944-45 2004-08 20062001-05 1982 20071967-69 1979-80 2003-07 1972-73 1975-77 1945-46, 48-49 1993-97 1982-85 1959-62 1965-67 1982 1971 1943 1976-78 1934 1952, 56 1975-77 2003-07 1935 1978 1990-92 1945 1995-99 1985-88 2000 2003-07 2001-2003 1972-73 1987 1943 1959-60 2003-05 1913-14 20071977 1968, 70-71 1931-33 1898 1898 1999-2003 1991-94 1908-11 1994 1951-53 1909 2003-05 1985-86 1922-25 1995-96 1987-90 1995-99 1960, 62 2005, 20072000-04

PATTERSON, CRAIG PATTERSON, JAMES PATTON, SAM PAVLICH, PAUL PAWLEWICZ, DICK PAXSON, HARRY PAXTON, B.F. PAXTON, COREY PAYNE, DANIEL PEAKE, BILL PEARCE, DON PEARCE, GEORGE PEARCE, JIM PEARSON, DOUG PEATROSS, LOUIS PECCATIELLO, LARRY PELLACK, JOHN PENDLETON, B.J. PENDLETON, ED PENDLETON, JASON PENDLETON, LARRY PENGITORE, CRAIG PENKUNAS, STAN PENNINGTON, W.A. PERKINS, SCOTT PERSON, JOE PETERS, S.C. PETERSON, JOHNNY PETOCZ, DENNIS PETRALIA, RON PFEFFER, PETER PHILLIPS, BRETT PHILLIPS, ERNIE PHILLIPS, JAKE PHILLIPS, KEVIN PHILLIPS, LLOYD PHIPPS, JOHN PICKETTS, BERNARD PIEFKE, BOB PIERCE, RICKY PIGRAM, MICHAEL PILCH, JOE PINCH, REGINALD PIRKLE, CARL PITTS, JR., JOHN PISANO, DAVID PITSENBERGER, TODD PLACE, JACK PLAGEMAN, BUTCH PLATT, BJ PLUMMER PLUMMER, DAN PLUMMER, JASON POCTA, DAVID POINT, WENDELL POIST, JOE POKRYWKA, STAN POLHEMUS, BRYAN POLHEMUS, JON POLLY, ANDRE POMS, JULIUS POPE, DARON POPLINGER, HERB PORACH, JIM PORCH, ALVIN PORCH, MIKE PORKORNY, MIKE PORTER, ANDREW PORTER, WALTER “BUD” POST, BILL POTTS, KEITH POTTS, MICHAEL POWELL, JEFF

Bryan Polhemus (1987-91) 2000-04 1906-08 1973-75 1971-73 1972-74 1928-30 1927 1998-2002 2002-2003 1943 1985-87 1964-65 1978-79 1974-76 1909 1954-57 1944-47 1995 1985 1993-96 2002-05 1998-2002 1960-62 1929 1985-88 1988-92 1921 1940-41 1970-71 1964-66 1978-79 2004-05 1959-61 2004-08 1981 1938-39 1981-83 1946 1944-45 1994 2005-08 1967, 69-70 1934 1945, 47 2000-04 1984-86 1991-94 1949-53 1961-62 1998 1943 1955-58 1994-98 1984-86 1985 1958-60 1957-59 1987-91 1990-91 1971 1950-52 1996-00 1942, 46-47 1958-60 1993-97 1980 1958-60 1908 1958, 60 1946 1975-77 2003-07 1982

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POWERS, LELAND POWERS, RAYMOND C. PRADHANANG, RAVI PRICKITT, MASON PRITCHARD, BLAIR PRITCHARD, BRYAN PROCHILO, FRANK PROCTOR, BILL PROFITKO, BOB PROSSER, BILL PROSSER, REED PRYOR, JIM PTACHICK, KEVIN PTACHICK, T.J. PUGH, BRANDON PULLEY, DANIEL PURTILL, JOHN PUSHINSKY, MARK PUSKAR, CHUCK PYE, JAMES QUALLS, LEE QUIRK, GERALD

Q-Q-Q

R-R-R RADESCHI, MIKE RAGAZZO, VITO RAGSDALE, DUANE RAIMONDI, BEN RAMPP, ANDY RAMSEY, GARRARD RAMSEY, KNOX RANGELY, WALTER RANSONE, COLEMAN RASH, ROBERT RATAMESS, SCOTT RAUSCH, HAROLD RAXTER, JOSHUA READ, BEN REAM, DON REARICK, DUFF REEVES, PAT REGAN, STEVE REGAN, TERRY REID, PETER REID, R. H. REID, SCOTT REID, SEAN REINERTH, BOB REPKE, MIKE REYHER, TODD REYNOLDS, KHARI REYNOLDS, PAUL REYNOLDS, TOM RHODES, DAVE RIBBLE, JOHN RICE, ALBERT RICH, ADRIAN RICHARDS, CHAD RICHARDS, JAMES RICHARDS, MARC RICHARDSON, MIKE RICIGLIANO, VINCE RICKETSON, ELLIOTT RICKETTS, BERNARD RIDDLE, SCOTT RIDJANECK, MATTHEW RIGGINS, TERRENCE RILEY, BILL RILEY, MARTY RILEY, RICHARD RILEY, STUART

1926 1927 20071968 2002-06 1960-61 1972-74 1984-86 1966 1981-83 1991-95 1954 1984-86 20082003-05 20051937 1995-98 1960-62 1935

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Corey Nesmith (1995-99)

1980-82 1931-33 1986-88 1947-50 1978 1943 20071939-42 1944-47 1922 1909 1976-78 1985-86, 88 1963-64 20061939-41 1941-42 1969-71 1949-51 1969-71 1972-74 1987-91 1916 1992 1994-98 1946, 48 1990 2004-08 1999 1943-44 1973 1956 20081928 1988-92 1998-01 1910 1989-93 1957 1974 1928 1946 1977-79 2001-05 20071952-55 1993 2003-06 1959-61

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Chris Rosier (1996-00) RINKER, DICK RISJORD, JOHN RISLEY, JR., TIM ALAN ROARK, WARREN ROBACK, TOM ROBERSON, JIM ROBERTS, BARRETT ROBERTS, LLOYD ROBERTSON, DON ROBERTSON, ERIC ROBERTSON III, HAROLD ROBERTSON, ISAAC ROBINSON, A.P. ROBINSON, BOB ROBINSON, DOUG ROBINSON, EDWARD ROCHE, EDWARD RODEERS, ARTHUR G. RODGERS, JASON RODRIGUEZ, MIKE ROGERS, KEVIN ROGERS, NICK ROGERS, POWELL ROHALEY, SCOTT ROJAS, CHRIS ROPER, L.J. ROSDOL, DAVE ROSENBURGER, SETH ROSIER, CHRIS ROSS, HUB ROSSER, JERMAINE ROSSETTINI, DAN ROTHWELL, STUART ROUSSO, JOHN ROVESTI, RANDY ROWLING, HOWARD ROZANTZ, TOM RUBAL, LENNIE RUCKMAN, ANDY RUDACILLE, MATTHEW RULE, ROBBY RUNDIO, BILL RUSH, BILL RUSNOCK, STEVE RUSSELL, JOHN RUTTER, JOSH RUTTER, PATRICK RYAN, JIM RYAN, DANIEL RYAN, PAUL SAFFELE, ROBERT SAFKO, BILL SAFKO, EDMUND SALAZAR, MICHAEL SALDUTTI, GREG SALMON, DICK SANDERS, JEFF SANDY, JAY SANGER, MATT SANNER, JAY SAPINSKI, JOHN SAUL, BILL SAVAGE, DON SAWICKI, WALTER SAYRE, CLINTON SAZIO, JERRY SAZIO, RALPH SCANLON, DAVE SCARRITT, PALMER SCEARCE, MIKE SCHAUBACH, ELLIOT

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Tom Rozantz (1975-78) 1957-59 1953 1995 1991-95 1987 1966 1930 1902 1965 200520071914 1915-16 1973-75 1946, 48 1983-84 1928, 30 1927-28 1998-01 1989-90 1971-73 1999-2003 1928 1986-87 2006-07 1902 1981-82 1994 1996-00 1957-58 1991-92 1993-97 1914 1968 1971-73 1974-76 1975-78 1955-58 1989-93 1990-93 1985 1952 1954-57 1965 1969 2004-08 1987 1975-78 20071926, 28-29 1922 1942, 45-47 1951 20081983 1943 1982-84 1991 1996-00 1955-57 1961-63 1972 1985-87 1952 1947 1951-54 1942, 46-47 1980-83 1989-92 1969 1954-58

SCHEFF, JOSEPH SCHEMBRI, SEAN SCHENCK, GEORGE SCHERER, RIP SCHIAVONE, JOE SCHIEFELBEIN, ED SCHLATZER, BOB SCHLOSSBERG, N. SCHMALHOFER, BRUNO SCHMALZ, RICK SCHMAND, TERRANCE SCHMITT, RODNEY SCHMOLLINGER, R. SCHNACKEL, DALE SCHONDER, THOMAS SCHOOLS, MAXWELL SCHRIFT, MIKE SCHUG, KEVIN SCHUNDLER, MIKE SCHUTZ, HENRY SCHUTZ, HENRY SCHWALM, CHRIS SCHWARTZMAN, JOHN SCOLARO, PAUL SCOTT, BILL SCOTT, ED SCOTT, ROBERT SCOTT, SAM SCOTT, TOM SCOTT, WILLIAM SCRUGGS, FREDERICK SCRUGGS, TODD SEAMANS, WILLIAM SECULES, PHIL SECULES, TOM SEDLACEK, JARRY SEIFERTH, ABRAM SHACKELFORD, W.N. SHADE, CHARLIE SHAFFER, MARIO SHAFRAN, JONATHAN SHALLCROSS, BRIAN SHANAFELT, GARRETT SHARMA, ATUL SHARP, DREW SHARPER, DARREN SHATYNSKI, JIM SHAW, JONATHAN SHAWEN, HARRY SHAY, BOB SHEA, JOHN SHEERAN, ROBERT SHELHORSE, JAMES SHELTON, TYRONE SHELTON, YONCE SHEPHERD, MARCUS SHERMAN, AL SHERMAN, THOMAS SHERRILL, JUDSON SHERRY, BOB SHEWMAKE, O. L. SHIFFLER, MATT SHIPP, J. SHOEMAKER, JOHN SHOEMAKER, KURT SHOOK, HENRY SHORT, ROBERT SHOWAK SHULER, WILLIAM SHULL, STEVE SHWILLER, SEYMOUR SICARI, JOE SIDWELL, CHARLIE

Palmer Scarritt (1989-92) 1929 1992 1909-10 1971-73 1972-74 1978-80 1954 1907-08 1973-76 1969-71 20071963-66 1988-91 1985-87 20061973-74 20071994 1974 1941-42, 46 1966 1997-98 1948 1970-72 1976-79 1963-64 2007-08 1952-54 1959-61 1927-30 1935 1985-87 1938 1954-56 1955-58 1965 1997 1901-02 1932-34 1981-83 2004-07 1993-97 1995 2000 1981-83 1993-96 1950-52 2001-05 1900 1965-67 1965-67 1935 1912 1987-90 1992-95 2003-05 1955-57 1989-92 1934 1944-46 1901-02 1985-89 1929 1995 1978-79 1944-45 1977-80 1946 1959-60 1976-79 1939 1971-72 1951, 55-57

SIELSKI, MARK SIKA, PAUL SIKORSKI, DICK SILVESTRO, JIM SIMINSKI, THEODORE SIMONS, BOB SIMPKINS, JIM SIMPSON, MERVYN SIMPSON, MICKEY SIMS, KIRBY SISTO, JASON SIZER, F.M. SKIBA, BERNARD SKIBINSKI, RYAN SKINNER, TODD SKULTETY, AL SLATTERY, PAT SLAUGHTER, R.K. SLEPOKURA, JOHN SLIFKA, JOHN SLOAN, JIM SLOTNICK, STEVE SLOVENSKY, JOSEPH SLUSS, JAMES SLYE, CEDRIC SMAKOSZ, MIKE SMALL, RAYMOND SMERCZNSKI, JIM SMITH, BILL SMITH, BRIAN SMITH, CHRIS SMITH, COLIN SMITH, CRAIG SMITH, DAN SMITH, DARRYL SMITH, DOUG SMITH, H.L. SMITH, HUNTER SMITH, JACK SMITH, JIM SMITH, JON SMITH, KENNY SMITH, KEION SMITH, LARRY SMITH, MARK SMITH, TODD SMITH, TOM SMITH, WILLIAM SMITH, ZACH SNODDY, ALAN SNOOK, ROBERT SNYDER, DICKIE SOBUS, PAUL SOLDERITCH, BOB SOLEAU, BOB SOLOMON, ANDREW SOLOMON, JUSTIN SOMERS, GROVER SOMERS, H.C. SOMERS, W.E. SORENSON, CHRIS SORG, W.S. SORRELL, BRIAN SOTTILI, DAVE SPACK, HARRY SPARROW, DAVID SPEAR, SHAWN SPENCER, BLAIR SPENCER, BOB SPENCER, CHRIS SPENCER, GENE SPENCER, T.P. SQUIRES, GERALD

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Mark Smith (1972-74) 1981 1950 1965-67 1969-70 1930 1984 1991-95 1939 1954 1966 1998-01 1901 1945 2004-05 1989 1947 1961-63 1894 1968 1960, 62-63 1946 1965-67 1952 1944 2002-05 1987-88 1905 1954-56 1966 1999 1991 2006 1962-64 1990 1985-86 1986 1932-34 1997 1934 1948-51 2000-04 1975, 77 1994-95 1968 1972-74 1984-86 1974-76 1928-29 1999-2003 1985-86 1970 1957-59 1979-81 1983-85 1960, 62-63 1998-2002 1995-00 1905-06 1916 1910-13 1932 1921 1993-97 1968 1932-34 1972 1991-93 1910-11 1970-71 2004 1972 1902 1960

STAHL, CHRIS STANARD, RYAN STANCHAK, SAM STANLEY, ISAAC STAUB, CRAIG STARNES, JEFF STECKROTH, BOB STEINER, JASON STEINMAN, WES STEM, JOHN STEPHENS, E.E.A. STEPHENSON, JON STERBA, BRETT STERLING, BRAD STEVENS, CRAIG STEVENS, FRANK STEVENS, ROBERT STEVENS, WILLIAM STEWART, BRAD STEWART, JOHN STEWART, MIKE STEWART, WADDY STOCKEY, WILLIAM STOCKI, STEVE STONE, PATRICK STONE, WEBSTER STOTLEMYER, TODD STOUT, ZACHARY STOVALL, IVAN STOVER, MICHAEL STOY, BOB STRIFFLER, MICHAEL STRONG, ROBERT STRYKER, H.M. STULL, BRIAN STURGESS, BRUCE SUBLETT, TOMMY SULLIVAN, GEORGE SULLIVAN, ROBERT SULLIVAN, RON SUMMERS, J.H. SUMNER, CHARLIE SURFACE, DAN SUTTLE, OSCAR SUTTON, CHRIS SUTTON, MIKE SUTTON, MIKE SUTTY, ERIC SWAN, SCOTT SWANEY, JOHN SWARTZ, ROWLAND SWEENEY, MARK SWERTFAGER, BILL SYDNOR, BILL SYDNOR, TOM SYER, CRAWFORD SYKES, W. SZARKO, BART SZCZYPINSKI, BOB SZUMIGALA, ABBERS SZYDLIK, DAVE TADDER, TIM TAFRO, AL TALIAFERRO, TOM TANNER, ARTHUR TAUBER, JIM TAYLOR, CHRISTIAN TAYLOR, E.C. TAYLOR, HORACE P. TAYLOR, JOHN TAYLOR, LUCIUS

1998-00 1996 1987-91 1911 1989-93 2002 1942, 46-47 1991-95 20061990-94 1915-16 1958-60 1996-00 1960 1986-87 1939 1945 1949 2003-07 1979-81 1972-74 1932-34 1970-73 1999-2003 1951 1913-14 1982 2003-06 1970-73 20071957-60 2000-01 1905-06 1915 1991 1951-52 1966 1943 1986 1970 1902 1951-54 1963 1928 20071981 1983 1990-93 1962-64 1987 1952 1982-85 1979-80 1943 1954 1929-31 1929 1985 1973-75 1935 1984-87 T-T-T

1990-91 1977-79 1994-98 1937 1969-71 2002-06 1901 1927-28 2002-06 1927-28


HISTORY

TAYLOR, P.P. TAYLOR, STUART TEMPLETON, BOB TENNIS, WILLIAM TEXER, TOBY TEZA, JOHN THAXTON, H.C. THEADO, WALTER THEOKAS, ANDREW THOMAS, ALVIN THOMAS, BOB THOMAS, C.J. THOMAS, JEFF THOMAS, JON THOMAS, JULIAN THOMAS, RONNIE THOMAS, S.B. THOMPSON, BRIAN THOMPSON, DOMINIQUE THOMPSON, JOSH THOMPSON, MARK THOMPSON, TOMMY TILLET, BRETT TILLEY, THOMAS TIMBERG, ANDERS TINNELL, JEFFREY TINSLEY, BARRY TINSLEY, ROBERT TIRELIS, ALFRED TISINGER, ANDY TOAL, MIKE TODD, ALLEN TODD, JOHN TODD, JOHN TODD, LEE TOFANO, SCOTT TOMICH, TONY TOMLIN, MICHAEL TOMLINSON, HOWARD TOMON, CODY TOMPKINS, SCOTT TOON, DEREK TOPPING, ANDY TORMA, JOHN TORRENCE, WILLIAM TRACY, ADRIAN TRACY, ALEX TRAINOR, BILL TRANTIN, JAKE TRAVERS, STUMPY TREMBLEY, STEVE TREMPUS, JOHN TRIBELHORN, KARL TRINKLE, MATT TRIVERS, CALVIN TROESTER, JORDAN TROSSEN, BRENDEN TROTTER, ELMER TROUPE, RANDY TROUT, VALERY TRUEHART, JOHN TUCKER, CHARLIE TUCKER, LEMUEL TUCKER, RUDOLPH TUCKER, WILLIAM TUOHEY, MIKE TURNER, DARWIN TURNER, KEVIN TURNER, WILLIAM TURVILLE, WILLIAM TUTHILL, JACK TUTHILL, JIM TWIDDY, CLARENCE

Jude Waddy (1993-97) 1913-14 1906-08 1940 1910 1986 1992-96 1959-61 1971 1988-91 1910 1955-57 20082004 1983-85 1944 1998-2002 1898 20082001-04 20081970 1944, 46-48 1993-97 1910-13 1991-94 1984-85 1961 1989-92 1937 1969-70 1997-01 1985 1921-24 1940 1923-26 1981, 83 1989-93 1990-94 1955, 57-58 2004 1997-01 200620081940 1946 20051985 1985 20071934 1976 1944 1965-67 2003-06 1983-86 2002-05 1999-00 1945 1971-72 1951-52 1934-36 1954 1971-73 1937-39 1954 1981 1993 1991 2003-05 1939 1929-30 1964-66 1939

TYLER, MARK TYNER, PAUL UHL, BRAD UNGER, RAYMOND UPSON, IRVIN, J UTECHT, ALEXANDER UZZELL, BILL

Dixie Walker (1945-46, 48) 1988-92 1978-80

U-U-U

V-V-V VALE, WALLACE VAN WAGONER, CHRIS VANDERBEEK, JEFF VANDEWEGHE, AL VARACALLO, JERRY VARNEY, THOMAS VARNO, ROB VAUGHAN, DICK VIEHLAND, MARK VICTOR, STANLEY VIDA, JASON VINCE, BRET VIOLA, TONY VOZAR, ANDY VUJEVICH, TONY W-W-W WACHTER, BRUCE WADDY, JUDE WADE, DANNY WADE, PHIL WAECHTER, TOM WAGNER, MIKE WAITE, BURT WAITKUS. MARK WAKEFIELD, BRANDON WAKSMUNSKI, CHET WALAK, ANDREW WALDRUTH, A.A. WALK, LARRY WALKER, CHARLES WALKER, CHRIS WALKER, DIXIE WALKER, JAKE WALKER, LELAND WALKER, RAHEEM WALKER, SAM WALL, JOHN WALL, RICHARD WALLACE, BENJAMIN WALLACE, R.S. WALLACE, ROBERT WALLACE, ROBERT WALLACE, SHAUN WALLACH, FRED WALLICK, BERNARD WALLIN, ALVAR WALLS, JAMES WALTER, LEWIS WALTERS, HARRY WALTERS, TOM WALTON, DAVID WALTON, ROBERT WALTON, SCOTT WARACK, ADAM WARD, OSCAR WARNER, JACK WARNER, SELDON WARRINGTON, TEX WARWICK, BURDETTE WASHINGTON, MARCUS WATSON, BRADFORD

1986-90 1910 1930-33 1989-92 1969-71 1989-93 1972 1975-77 1940-42 1972 1928 20051945-46 2000 1970-73 2002 1990-91 2003-07 1956-57 1951-52 1970 1993-97 1999-2003 1989 1972-74 1976-78 1966-68 1990-93 2001 1952-55 1945 1927 1962-63 1937 1982-83 1945-46, 48 2002 1925-26, 28 1996-00 1937-39 1904 1987-88 1913-15 1934-35 1919 1970-72 1998 1977-79 1926 1938 1905 1926 1971 1989-93 1976-78 1934 1993 20081934 1940 1908 1941-42 1978 1998-2002 1952

WATSON, JONAS WATSON, O.B. WATTERS, JEFF WATTERS, JEROME WATTS, CARL WAY, DAVID WEAVER, CHARLIE WEAVER, JOE WEAVER, MIKE WEAVER, WALT WEBB, B.W. WEBB, DARREN WEBER, D.S. WEBER, ED WEBER, RON WEBSTER, MIKE WEBSTER, THOMAS WEEKS, BILLY WEIDNER, JOHN WEINSTEIN, JASON WEIS, DOUG WELCH, MIKE WELLONS, BILLY WELLONS, JOHN WELLS, DAVIS WELLS, RICK WELLS, TERRELL WENETA, MIKE WENNING, HARRY WERBLOW, SOL WERNECKE, KARL WERTMAN, RYAN WEST, WILLIAM WESTER, RON WHARTON, GREG WHEALTON, CALVIN WHEAT, JIM WHEELER WHEELER, THAD WHEELING, ALAN WHIPPLE, JOSH WHIRLEY, JR., GREG WHITE, CHARLIE WHITE, DAN WHITE, EUGENE WHITE, F.R. WHITE, REGGIE WHITEHOUSE, HANK WHITTEN, TOM WICK, BOB WILDES, MIKE WILEY, CHAD WILEY, DAVE WILEY, STEVE WILKINS, JOE WILKINSON, ISHAM WILKINSON, J.T. WILLETS, CHRIS WILLIAMS, ALFRED WILLIAMS, ALAN WILLIAMS, BEN WILLIAMS, BRUCE WILLIAMS, CHARLIE WILLIAMS, DOUGLAS WILLIAMS, DUANE WILLIAMS, FELIX WILLIAMS, ROBERT WILLIAMS, RON WILLIAMSON, BRIAN WILLIS, WESTON WILLSON, MARK WILSEY, BILL WILSON, DONNIE

Reggie White (1986-90) 2002-05 1905 1979-81 1980-82 2006-07 1957-59 1961-63 1986-89 1963-65 1941-42 20081992 1924-25 1949-51 1961 1957 1999 1940-41 1987-88 1984-85 1962-63 1993 1962-64 1992-94 1990 1976-78 20071988-90 1945-48 1928 1981-84 2000-2001 1914-15 1990-93 1985-87 1958, 60-61 1970-71 1943 2001-05 2003-06 1992-96 1994-98 1991-95 1995 1943-44 1919-21 1986-90 1939-40 1962-63 1971 1985-86 1999 1985-88 1989-91 1993-97 1908 1904-05 1997-01 1926 1987-91 1965-66 1974 1951 1982-84 1979 1922 1997 1960-61 2003-06 1929-30 1989-90 1979-81 1968-69

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WILSON, H.J. WILSON, HILLSMAN WILSON, J.F. WILSON, JOHNNY WING, BRUCE WING, TOM WINGFIELD, SCOTT WINN, BRIAN WINSTON, WARREN WITCHER, TIM WITHAM, MATTHEW WITKOVITZ, PAUL WITT, CLYDE WITTAN, DAVE WIXTED, DREW WOLBERT, JACK WOLF, JEFF WOODS, BETTLE WOODWARD, ARTHUR WOOLFOLK, RYAN WOOLRIDGE, ASH WOOLRIDGE, MATTHEW WOOLWINE, WAYNE WORRELL, DALE WRIGHT, AUSTIN WRIGHT, BOBBY WRIGHT, DICK WRIGHT, JACK WRIGHT, JOSH WRIGHT, LOUIS WRIGHT, MEL WRIGLEY, KURT WYATT, JNO.

1930, 32 1949-51 1915-16, 21 1946 1961 1960-61 1989-92 1968 1969-71 1992- 96 2000-04 1973-75 1949-51 1959 1994-96 1925 1980-82 1915 1934-36 20071961 1990 1958-60 1932-33 1943-44 1982-84 1960 1911-13 2002-06 1978-81 1942, 44-46 1980-82 1914

Y-Y-Y YAGIELLO, STAN YANCEY, GEORGE YANISH, DAVE YATES, AL YEAMANS, DOUG YERGALONIS, ED YERKES, BILL YESGER, JAMES YEWCIC, PAUL YOHE, JACK YONUSHONIS, JOHN YOUNG, CHIP YOUNG, D.W. YOUNG, T.J. YOUNT, RICHARD YOUSSOFI, MOHAMMED

1982-85 1968 1961 1965-67 1981-82 1975-77 1933-34 1997 1949-51 1954-57 1967, 69-70 1965-67 1932-33 1921-23 20081998-2002

Z-Z-Z ZABLE, WALTER ZANGHI, JOSEPH ZANGUS, MARTY ZAPTIN, EDWARD ZAROOKIAN, DOUG ZAVITKOVSKY ZELTT, JEFF ZETTY, LANE ZEULI, STEVE ZIMMERMAN, HANK ZIMMERMAN, LESTER ZUPAN, MIKE ZUPKO, GEORGE ZWALD, ALAN ZYCHOWSKI, TED ZYZES, T.

1934-36 1935 1975 1995-99 1971 1962 1985-86 2000 1981-83 1976-77 1968-69 1976-79 1949-51 1970-72 1966-68 1944

ALL-TIME ROSTER

Stan Victor (1970-73)

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Harry Mehre (â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;89) totaled seven catches for 123 yards and a touchdown in the Tribeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 4137 victory at Virginia during the 1986 season.

Teams Albright American Appalachian State Arkansas Army Baltimore City College Boston College Boston University Bowling Green Brambleton AC Bridgewater Brown Bucknell Capitol City AC Catawba Catholic University Central Florida Chattanooga Cincinnati The Citadel Colgate Columbia Concord State Connecticut Dartmouth Davidson Delaware Duke (Trinity) East Carolina East Tennessee Emory & Henry Episcopal High Florida State Fort McClellan Fort Monroe

W 2 1 2 2 0 1 0 7 1 1 5 1 4 1 1 1 0 1 1 18 6 0 1 4 6 9 13 6 4 1 7 1 1 1 3

L 0 0 1 1 4 0 3 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 3 1 3 7 3 1 0 1 1 4 20 1 12 1 2 0 1 0 0

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

W&M Points 54 38 59 48 19 6 60 298 20 10 380 73 153 6 19 61 78 16 55 520 273 10 13 143 112 377 714 123 251 59 131 9 9 61 66

Opp Points 0 0 62 21 129 5 90 252 0 0 0 29 36 4 6 65 143 18 114 339 206 13 7 76 102 194 964 70 386 77 48 0 22 0 0

Jonathan Grimes rushed for 144 yards and a touchdown in the 38-34 win at New Hampshire last season, as the Tribe improved to 10-2 all-time against the Wildcats.

Teams Fredericksburg Furman Galludet Georgetown George Washington Georgia Georgia Southern Georgia Tech Guilford Hampden-Sydney Hampton AC Hampton HS Hampton University Harvard Haskell Hofstra Holy Cross Houston Indiana James Madison Jackson State *Japan All-Stars King Lehigh Lenoir-Rhyne Liberty Louisville Loyola (Baltimore) Lynchburg Maine Marshall Maryland Maryland Ag. College Massachusetts McNeese State

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W 1 7 2 1 12 0 1 0 10 16 1 1 3 4 0 2 0 1 0 14 1 1 1 8 2 4 1 1 3 6 2 2 0 4 0

L 0 8 0 2 9 1 0 1 0 22 0 0 0 4 1 3 2 1 1 17 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 1 1 7 1

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

W&M Points 6 254 59 12 377 24 29 7 409 421 5 41 124 187 13 95 14 32 17 753 45 73 27 297 63 141 42 19 125 226 110 88 0 254 28

Opp Points 0 302 7 75 258 59 28 33 13 546 0 0 75 155 14 62 71 49 25 768 6 3 0 216 0 71 40 0 13 151 67 58 17 268 34


HISTORY

Teams Merchant Marines Miami (Florida) Miami (Ohio) Michigan State Mississippi State Navy New Hampshire Newport News Newport News Apprentice *Nihon University Norfolk Navy Base Norfolk Blues Norfolk Collegians Norfolk Fire Dept. Norfolk H.S. Norfolk State Norfolk YMCA North Carolina N.C. A&M N.C. Pre-Flight N. C. State Northeastern Northern Iowa Ohio University Ohio Wesleyan Oklahoma Oklahoma A&M Old Dominion Club Old Point Comfort Penn State Pennsylvania Pittsburgh Portsmouth AC Princeton Quantico Marines

W 1 0 0 0 0 6 10 1 3 1 0 1 1 1 4 3 0 0 0 0 8 11 0 2 1 1 1 1 3 0 4 0 1 2 2

L 0 2 2 2 1 35 2 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 12 1 1 12 2 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 4 1 5 1 1 1

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

W&M Points 25 17 31 27 7 277 370 5 142 35 13 3 3 21 59 97 0 205 0 0 258 391 35 53 33 21 20 14 33 61 116 23 36 103 65

Opp Points 7 49 68 75 49 985 241 0 15 19 13 54 0 0 5 40 16 383 44 14 321 285 38 85 29 56 0 4 34 139 118 136 6 108 27

W&M and Richmond have squared off 118 times, the fourth-most contests played between two schools in college football history.

Teams Randolph-Macon Rhode Island Richmond Richmond AB Richmond Blues Roanoke Rutgers St. Bonaventure St. John’s St. Vincent’s Academy Samford Southern Miss. Syracuse Temple Tennessee Toledo Towson Tulane Union Theological University Col. of Med. Vanderbilt Villanova Virginia Virginia Medical Virginia Tech VMI Wake Forest Washington & Lee West Virginia Western Michigan Wofford Yale Totals

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L 19 2 54 0 1 3 6 1 0 1 1 0 7 4 1 1 0 2 1 2 4 11 26 2 40 33 10 6 15 1 0 1 506

T 1 0 5 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 4 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 41

W&M Points 580 361 1801 39 9 219 173 6 19 12 13 3 10 117 13 12 218 22 117 3 44 746 343 25 803 1891 289 130 188 24 49 60 18,424

Opp Points 431 242 1686 0 13 79 199 7 0 23 35 0 236 198 48 40 108 53 7 25 77 627 825 72 1186 1465 399 139 470 56 14 54 18,371

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The Tribe defense allowed just seven yards of total offense in the second half of last season’s 34-14 victory at Towson, as the College improved to 6-0 all-time against the Tigers.

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1893 Record: 2-1 Coach: None 4 @ Norfolk YMCA 14 Old Dominion Club 8 @ Capital City A.C. (Richmond, VA) 26 Totals

16 4 4 24

1894 Record: 0-1 Coach: None 0 Hampden-Sydney

28

1895 - no team 1896 Record: 0-2 Coach: R. Armstrong 0 Randolph-Macon 0 @ Randolph-Macon 0 Totals 1897 Record: 0-1 Coach: W.J. King 0 @ George Washington

10 4 14

26

1898 Record: 1-1 Coach: W. J. King 5 Randolph-Macon 0 @ Richmond 5 Totals

0 15 15

1899 Record: 2-3 Coach: W.H. Burke 0 @ Richmond 5 Hampden-Sydney 0 Portsmouth AC 41 Hampton AC 6 vs. Baltimore CC (Newport News, VA) 52 Totals

14 10 6 0 5 35

1900 Record: 1-2 Coach: W.J. King 5 Newport News AC 0 Hampden-Sydney 0 @ Randolph-Macon 5 Totals

0 17 11 28

1901 Record: 2-1-1 Coach: None 11 Old Point Comfort 0 Randolph-Macon 11 Richmond 6 Fredericksburg 28 Totals

6 0 27 0 33

1902 Record: 1-1-1 Coach: None 6 Old Point Comfort 0 0 @ Hampden-Sydney 42 0 vs. St. Vincent’s H.S. (Newport News, VA) 0 6 Totals 42 1903 Record: 1-3 Coach: H.J. Duvall 15 Norfolk H.S. 0 Old Point Comfort 0 vs. Randolph-Macon (Richmond, VA) 0 @ Richmond 15 Totals

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0 23 39 24 86

1904 Record: 3-3 Coach: J.M. Blanchard 18 Norfolk H.S. 36 Portsmouth AC 0 @ Virginia Tech 5 @ Roanoke 15 Richmond 0 Randolph-Macon 69 Totals

0 0 30 6 6 6 48

1905 Record: 2-4-1 Coach: J.M. Blanchard 6 Hampton AC 0 @ Richmond 4 @ Richmond 0 @ VMI 0 Maryland A&M (Maryland) 5 @ Richmond 0 vs. Randolph-Macon (Richmond, VA) 15 Totals

0 0 0 23 17 23 27 90

1906 Record: 2-6 Coach: H.W. Withers 0 vs. Virginia Tech (Roanoke, VA) 0 @ Virginia Tech 10 Norfolk H.S. 0 @ N.C. State 10 Brambleton 0 Richmond 4 Randolph-Macon 0 vs. Richmond (Newport New News, VA) 30 Totals

12 28 0 40 0 24 6 6 160

1907 Record: 6-3 Coach: James H. Barry 0 @ VMI 4 vs. Randolph-Macon (Norfolk, VA) 0 @ North Carolina 16 Old Point Comfort 19 vs. Med. College of VA (Petersburg, VA) 15 Ft. Monroe 12 @ Randolph-Macon 4 @ Hampden-Sydney 0 vs. Richmond (Newport News, VA) 70 Totals

58 0 14 6 0 0 4 0 48 143

1908 Record: 4-6-1 Coach: G.E. O’Hearn 0 @ Virginia 0 @ VMI 0 @ N.C. State 0 vs. Randolph-Macon (Petersburg, VA) 0 Brambleton 0 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Petersburg, VA) 5 Ft. Monroe 0 @ Randolph-Macon 21 @ Richmond 17 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Newp. News, VA) 6 vs. St. Vincent’s Acad. (Newp. News, VA) 49 Totals

11 21 24 6 0 10 0 15 18 0 5 110

1909 Record: 6-4 Coach: G.E. O’Hearn 0 @ Virginia 3 Norfolk Collegians 0 @ VMI 6 Medical College of Virginia 9 Episcopal H.S. 3 vs. Randolph-Macon (Richmond, VA) 3 @ Hampden-Sydney 11 @ Norfolk H.S. 15 @ Richmond 15 @ Hampden-Sydney 65 Totals

30 0 6 0 0 15 22 0 0 8 81

William and Mary fielded its first faculty-approved team (pictured) in 1893. The first game was played against Norfolk YMCA in Norfolk, Va. 1910 Record:1-7-1 Coach: J.M. Blanchard 0 @ Virginia 3 Univ. Col. of Medicine 5 Norfolk H.S. 0 @ VMI 0 @ Norfolk Collegian 6 Hampden-Sydney 2 Randolph-Macon 6 St. Vincent’s Acad. 18 @ Richmond 40 Totals

10 5 5 33 41 17 11 18 6 115

1911 Record: 1-5-2 Coach: W.J. Young 0 @ Virginia 81 0 @ Georgetown 66 0 Univ. Col. of Medicine 0 0 Fredericksburg College 0 0 Va. Medical 6 11 vs. Randolph-Macon (Newp. News, VA) 14 3 Richmond 0 0 @ Hampden-Sydney 19 14 Totals 186 1912 Record: 0-7 Coach: W.J. Young 0 @ Virginia 60 0 @ Norfolk Academy 13 0 Univ. Col. of Medicine 20 0 Va. Medical 66 0 Randolph-Macon 20 0 @ Richmond 20 0 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Petersburg, VA) 27 0 Totals 226 1913 Record: 0-5-1 Coach: D.W. Draper 3 @ VMI 0 Richmond Blues 3 @ Randolph-Macon 13 vs. Richmond (Newport News, VA) 0 @ Hampden-Sydney 13 Richmond 51 Totals

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1914 Record: 1-7 Coach: D.W. Draper 9 Richmond Blues 13 0 @ VMI 38 10 Randolph-Macon 7 3 Richmond 7 0 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Newp. News, VA) 19 0 @ Randolph-Macon 63 0 Hampden-Sydney 41 0 @ Richmond 32 22 Totals 220 1915 Record: 0-9-1 Coach: D.W. Draper 0 Union Theo. Sem. 7 6 @ VMI 19 0 Richmond Blues 0 0 @ Hampden-Sydney 28 0 Richmond 28 7 @ Randolph-Macon 34 0 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Newp. News, VA) 38 7 Randolph-Macon 15 0 @ Richmond 45 0 @ Delaware 93 20 Totals 306 1916 Record: 2-5-2 Coach: S.H. Hubbard 7 Union Theo. Sem. 0 @ VMI 13 @ Portsmouth Naval 0 Randolph-Macon 0 @ Richmond 0 Hampden-Sydney 14 @ Randolph-Macon 0 Richmond 0 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Norfolk, VA) 34 Totals

0 66 13 17 48 31 7 0 9 191

1917 Record: 3-5 Coach: H.J. Young 0 @ VMI 0 @ Richmond 13 Randolph-Macon 0 @ Hampden-Sydney 7 @ Emory & Henry 21 @ Randolph-Macon 0 Richmond 0 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Newp. News, VA) 41 Totals

53 28 0 21 0 6 19 32 159


1919 Record: 2-6-1 Coach: J. G. Driver 0 @ Lynchburg College 3 vs. VMI (Richmond, VA) 7 Richmond 3 Randolph-Macon 3 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Norfolk, VA) 0 @ Richmond 6 vs. Randolph-Macon (Richmond, VA) 6 Hampden-Sydney 0 @ Richmond 28 Totals

0 21 0 0 7 17 7 7 21 80

1920 Record: 4-5 Coach: J.G. Driver 0 @ Virginia 27 0 @ Virginia Tech 21 14 vs. Galludet (Richmond, VA) 7 36 Lynchburg College 0 34 Union Theo. Sem. 0 0 vs. Richmond ((Norfolk, VA) 13 0 @ N.C. A and E 81 34 vs. Randolph-Macon (Richmond, VA) 0 7 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Newp. (Newp News, VA) 14 125 Totals 163 1921 Record: 4-3-1 Coach: W.E. Fincher 0 @ Virginia Tech 12 @ Trinity (Duke) 7 vs. George Washington (Norfolk, VA) 21 vs. Wake Forest (Norfolk, VA) 35 Randolph-Macon 13 vs. Catholic (Newport News, VA) 76 Union Theo. Sem. 7 @ Richmond 171 Totals

14 0 7 14 0 27 0 17 79

1922 Record: 6-3 Coach: Bill Ingram 7 @ Penn State 6 @ Virginia Tech 33 Randolph-Macon 13 vs. Trinity (Duke) (Norfolk, VA) 32 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Richmond, VA) 18 vs. Wake Forest ((Norfolk, VA) 14 Roanoke 45 vs. Gallaudet (Newport News, VA) 3 Richmond 171 Totals

27 20 7 7 6 0 0 0 13 80

1923 Record: 6-3 Coach: J.W. Tasker 10 @ Navy 39 3 @ Syracuse 63 74 Guilford 0 21 vs. Trinity (Duke) (Rocky Mount, NC) 0 27 Randolph-Macon 0 20 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Norfolk, VA) 0 14 Delaware 0 7 @ Roanoke 9 27 @ Richmond 6 224 Totals 115

14 24 7 3 0 0 7 6 61

1925 Record: 6-4 Coach: J.W. Tasker 44 Lenoir-Rhyne 0 @ Navy 0 @ Syracuse 54 vs. Randolph-Macon (Richmond, VA) 35 vs. Duke (Norfolk, VA) 7 @ Harvard 27 Albright 13 vs. Haskell (Richmond, VA) 23 @ Roanoke 14 @ Richmond 230 Totals

0 25 33 0 0 14 0 14 0 0 86

1926 SOUTHERN TITLE Record: 7-3 Coach: J.W. Tasker 35 Randolph-Macon 19 Loyola 0 @ Syracuse 7 @ Harvard 14 George Washington 48 vs. Lynchburg (Newport News, VA) 10 @ Columbia 13 vs. Wake Forest (Norfolk, VA) 14 @ Richmond 9 @ Chattanooga 169 Totals

0 0 35 27 0 0 13 6 0 6 87

1927 Record: 4-5-1 Coach: J.W. Tasker 0 Catholic University 12 0 @ Syracuse 18 19 Lenoir-Rhyne 0 14 vs. Quantico (Newport News, VA) 20 13 Concord St. 7 7 @ Princeton 35 7 vs. Chattanooga (Newport News, VA) 12 18 @ Roanoke 7 33 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Norfolk, VA) 7 0 @ Richmond 0 111 Totals 118 1928 Record: 6-3-2 Coach: Branch Bocock 41 Lynchburg 0 Marshall 0 @ Syracuse 0 Wake Forest 12 Catholic University 0 Emory & Henry 24 @ George Washington 32 vs. Roanoke (Richmond, VA) 68 Bridgewater 34 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Newp. News, VA) 7 @ Richmond 218 Totals

0 0 32 0 13 3 0 6 0 0 0 54

The 1942 squad went 9-1-1, including a season-ending 14-7 win at Oklahoma en route to W&M’s second Southern Conference title. 1929 Record: 8-2 Coach: Branch Bocock 19 St. John’s 0 @ Navy 7 @ Emory & Henry 14 vs. Virginia Tech (Richmond, VA) 59 Bridgewater 51 George Washington 19 @ Roanoke 36 Catholic University 25 @ Richmond 20 @ Hampden-Sydney 250 Totals

0 15 6 25 0 6 6 13 0 6 77

1930 Record: 7-2-1 Coach: Branch Bocock 24 Guilford 0 6 @ Navy 19 19 Wofford 0 6 vs. Virginia Tech (Richmond, VA) 7 81 Bridgewater 0 13 @ Harvard 13 39 Roanoke 0 27 Emory & Henry 0 19 @ Richmond 0 13 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Richmond, VA) 0 247 Totals 39 1931 Record: 5-2-2 Coach: John Kellison 32 Guilford 6 @ Navy 9 Randolph-Macon 6 vs. Virginia Tech (Richmond, VA) 95 Bridgewater 0 vs. Washington & Lee (Norfolk, VA) 13 @ Roanoke 24 @ Emory & Henry 2 @ Richmond 187 Totals

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0 13 2 6 0 0 6 0 6 33

932 Record: 8-4 Coach: John Kellison 6 Roanoke 27 Randolph-Macon 6 @ Navy 47 Guilford 0 vs. Virginia Tech (Richmond, VA) 7 vs. Washington & Lee (Norfolk, VA) 0 @ Army 77 Bridgewater 20 vs. VMI (Norfolk, VA) 6 @ George Washington 18 Emory & Henry 7 @ Richmond 221 Totals

0 13 0 0 7 0 33 0 7 12 6 18 96

1933 Record: 6-5 Coach: John Kellison 7 Roanoke 12 Randolph-Macon 0 @ Navy 0 @ Washington & Lee 7 Virginia Tech 37 Guilford 12 @ Georgetown 14 vs. VMI (Norfolk, VA) 6 @ Emory & Henry 7 Davidson 6 @ Richmond 108 Totals

6 0 12 7 13 7 6 0 25 12 0 88

1934 Record: 2-6 Coach: John Kellison 7 @ Navy 20 Emory & Henry 0 vs. Virginia Tech (Richmond, VA) 0 @ Georgetown 15 Roanoke 6 vs. VMI (Norfolk, VA) 0 Washington & Lee 0 @ Richmond 48 Totals

20 8 6 3 6 13 7 6 69

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13 7 20

1924 Record: 5-2-1 Coach: J.W. Tasker 7 @ Navy 7 @ Syracuse 27 Randolph-Macon 21 vs. Trinity (Duke) (Norfolk, VA) 27 vs. King ((Richmond, VA) 27 Albright 7 vs. Roanoke (Newport News, VA) 20 @ Richmond 170 Totals

HISTORY

1918 Record: 0-2 Coach: V.M. Geddy 0 @ Lynchburg College 0 Richmond 0 Totals

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1943 - no team 1944 Record: 5-2-1 Coach: Rube McCray 46 Fort Monroe 0 38 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Richmond, VA) 0 0 @ Pennsylvania 46 39 Richmond AB 0 2 vs. N.C. State (Norfolk, VA) 19 0 @ North Carolina 0 26 vs. VMI (Portsmouth, VA) 0 40 @ Richmond 0 191 Totals 65

En route to earning a 7-2-2 record, the 1948 team defeated Oklahoma State, 20-0, in the Delta Bowl. 1935

••• CARY FIELD OPENS ••• Record: 3-4-3 Coach: Tommy Dowler 0 Virginia 0 @ Navy 0 @ Army 0 vs. Virginia Tech (Richmond, VA) 44 Guilford 14 Roanoke 0 VMI 0 @ Dartmouth 22 Emory & Henry 6 @ Richmond 86 Totals 1936 Record: 1-8 Coach: Branch Bocock 6 @ Navy 0 vs. Virginia (Norfolk, VA) 0 vs. Virginia Tech (Richmond, VA) 38 Guilford 0 Roanoke 0 Hampden-Sydney 0 VMI 7 vs. Washington & Lee (Norfolk, VA) 0 @ Richmond 51 Totals 1937 Record: 4-5 Coach: Branch Bocock 0 @ Navy 9 vs. VMI (Norfolk, VA) 12 vs. Virginia Tech (Richmond, VA) 37 Guilford 38 American 0 @ Virginia 21 Hampden-Sydney 12 Washington & Lee 0 @ Richmond 129 Totals 1938 Record: 2-7 Coach: Branch Bocock 0 @ Navy 8 Apprentice School (Newport News) 0 @ Virginia Tech 45 Guilford 0 VMI 0 @ Virginia 18 Hampden-Sydney 0 @ Washington & Lee 7 @ Richmond 78 Totals

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0 30 14 0 0 7 19 34 0 6 110

18 7 14 0 13 19 21 13 7 112

45 20 0 0 0 6 12 14 6 103

26 9 27 0 14 34 7 27 10 154

1939 Record: 6-2-1 Coach: Carl M. Voyles 31 Guilford 6 @ Navy 39 @ Apprentice School (Newport News) 6 vs. Virginia Tech (Richmond, VA) 26 Hampden-Sydney 6 vs. Virginia (Norfolk, VA) 19 Randolph-Macon 18 Washington & Lee 7 @ Richmond 158 Totals

6 31 6 6 0 26 6 14 0 95

1940 Record: 6-2-1 Coach: Carl M. Voyles 0 vs. N.C. State (Norfolk, VA) 7 @ Navy 42 Apprentice School (Newport News) 20 vs. Virginia Tech (Richmond, VA) 41 Hampden-Sydney 13 Virginia 0 VMI 46 Randolph-Macon 16 @ Richmond 185 Totals

16 19 0 13 0 6 0 6 0 60

1941 Record: 8-2 Coach: Carl M. Voyles 53 Apprentice School (Newport News) 0 @ Navy 57 Randolph-Macon 16 vs. Virginia Tech (Richmond, VA) 28 @ Hampden-Sydney 48 vs. George Washington (Norfolk, VA) 3 @ Dartmouth 21 VMI 33 @ Richmond 0 N.C. State 259 Totals

0 34 7 7 0 0 0 0 3 13 64

1942

Southern Conference Champions Record: 9-1-1 Coach: Carl M. Voyles 27 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Norfolk, VA) 3 @ Navy 21 @ Virginia Tech 7 @ Harvard 61 George Washington 35 Dartmouth 40 Randolph-Macon 27 vs. VMI (Norfolk, VA) 0 N.C. Pre-Flight 10 @ Richmond 14 @ Oklahoma 245 Totals

0 0 7 7 0 14 0 6 14 0 7 55

1945 Record: 6-3 Coach: Rube McCray 19 Catawba 13 @ Tennessee 38 vs. Virginia Tech (Richmond, VA) 13 vs. VMI (Richmond, VA) 6 vs. N.C. State (Norfolk, VA) 33 @ Maryland 0 vs. North Carolina (Norfolk, VA) 25 Merchant Marine 33 @ Richmond 180 Totals 1946 Record: 8-2 Coach: Rube McCray 61 Fort McClelland 3 @ Miami (Fla.) 51 @ The Citadel 49 Virginia Tech 34 vs. Washington & Lee (Roanoke, VA) 41 VMI 41 Maryland 7 vs. North Carolina (Richmond, VA) 20 @ George Washington 40 @ Richmond 347 Totals

6 48 0 9 20 14 6 7 0 110

0 13 12 0 18 0 7 21 0 0 71

1947

Southern Conference Champions DIXIE BOWL Record: 9-2 Coach: Rube McCray 21 vs. Davidson (Norfolk, VA) 56 The Citadel 21 vs. Virginia Tech (Richmond, VA) 7 North Carolina 47 @ Boston University (Fenway Park) 21 Wake Forest 28 VMI 45 vs. Washington & Lee (Roanoke, VA) 20 Bowling Green 35 @ Richmond DIXIE BOWL (Birmingham, AL) 19 Arkansas 320 Totals 1948 DELTA BOWL Record: 7-2-2 Coach: Rube McCray 14 @ Davidson 12 Wake Forest 31 vs. VMI (Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, VA) 30 @ Virginia Tech 6 @ St. Bonaventure 14 Richmond 7 @ North Carolina 14 @ Boston College (Braves Field) 26 N.C. State 9 @ Arkansas DELTA BOWL (Memphis, TN) 20 Oklahoma A&M (State) 163 Totals

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0 7 7 13 13 0 20 6 0 0 21 87

6 21 0 0 7 6 7 14 6 0 0 67

1949 Record: 6-4 Coach: Rube McCray 14 @ Houston 7 @ Pittsburgh 39 Virginia Tech 54 VMI 13 @ Michigan State 28 @ Wake Forest 34 @ Richmond 14 North Carolina 20 @ Arkansas 33 N.C.State 256 Totals

13 13 13 6 42 55 0 20 0 7 169

1950 Record: 4-7 Coach: Rube McCray 19 vs. VMI (Roanoke, VA) 25 20 Cincinnati 14 0 Wake Forest 47 14 @ Michigan State 33 54 @ Virginia Tech 0 7 @ North Carolina 40 14 @ Boston University 16 0 @ Virginia 13 18 @ Houston 36 34 N.C. State (Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, VA) 0 40 Richmond 6 210 Totals 230 1951 Record: 7-3 Coach: Marvin Bass 34 Boston University 25 7 @ Oklahoma 49 7 VMI 20 7 vs. Wake Forest (Tobac. Bowl - Ric., VA) 6 35 @ N.C. State 28 20 @ Richmond 14 20 @ Pennsylvania 12 28 Virginia Tech 7 14 Duke 13 0 @ Virginia 46 172 Totals 220 1952 Record: 4-5 Coach: Jack Freeman 34 vs. VMI (Roanoke, VA) 21 Wake Forest 23 @ Penn State 0 @ Navy 28 @ Boston University 42 Richmond 34 @ Virginia Tech 41 N.C. State 13 Virginia 236 Totals

13 28 35 14 33 13 15 6 20 177

1953 Record: 5-4-1 Coach: Jack Freeman 16 vs. Wake Forest (Richmond, VA) 6 @ Navy 7 @ Cincinnati 13 Virginia Tech 12 George Washington 7 @ N.C. State 19 vs. VMI (Roanoke, VA) 21 @ Richmond 7 Washington & Lee 14 Boston University 122 Totals

14 6 57 7 7 6 20 0 33 41 191


1954 Record: 4-4-2 Coach: Jack Freeman 0 @ Navy 27 27 @ Pennsylvania 7 0 vs. NC State (Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, VA) 26 14 @ Rutgers 7 13 @ George Washington 13 7 @ Virginia Tech 7 0 vs. VMI (Roanoke, VA) 21 6 West Virginia 20 13 Wake Forest 9 2 @ Richmond 0 82 Totals 137 1955 Record: 1-7-1 Coach: Jack Freeman 0 @ Navy 7 Virginia Tech 7 @ Duke 13 @ West Virginia 0 George Washington 20 VMI 7 @ Wake Forest 21 @ NC State 6 @ Richmond 81 Totals 1956 Record: 0-9-1 Coach: Jack Freeman 0 Wake Forest 14 @ Navy 18 Boston University 7 @ Virginia Tech 13 West Virginia 14 @ George Washington 6 vs. VMI (Lynchburg, VA) 6 @ Army 6 @ Rutgers 0 @ Richmond 84 Totals 1957 Record: 4-6 Coach: Milt Drewer 0 George Washington 6 @ Navy 13 Virginia Tech 13 @ Penn State 13 VMI 0 @ West Virginia 14 @ The Citadel 7 @ N.C. State 38 Rutgers 7 @ Richmond 111 Totals

1958 Record: 2-6-1 Coach: Milt Drewer 0 @ Navy 15 @ Virginia Tech 6 vs. VMI (Bluefield, WV) 13 N.C. State 0 @ George Washington 7 @ Boston University 7 Davidson 6 West Virginia 18 @ Richmond 72 Totals

14 27 6 6 7 33 16 55 15 179

7 14 47 39 16 13 13 28 6 183

1959 Record: 4-6 Coach: Milt Drewer 37 @ Virginia 2 @ Navy 14 vs. Virginia Tech (Roanoke, VA) 7 Furman 7 vs. VMI (Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, VA) 14 George Washington 13 The Citadel 25 @ Davidson 9 @ Florida State 12 @ Richmond 140 Totals

0 29 20 8 26 7 38 7 0 20 155

39 39 18 34 20 16 20 34 20 6 246

1960 Record: 2-8 Coach: Milt Drewer 21 VMI 33 41 vs. Virginia (Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, VA) 21 19 George Washington 9 23 @ Furman 25 0 Virginia Tech 27 0 @ Florida State 22 8 @ Tulane 40 0 @ The Citadel 14 8 @ Vanderbilt 22 0 @ Richmond 19 120 Totals 232

7 33 7 21 14 19 12 6 7 12 138

1961 Record: 1-9 Coach: Milt Drewer 6 vs. Virginia Tech (Roanoke, VA) 6 @ Virginia 6 @ Navy 19 Furman 8 The Citadel 12 @ George Washington 7 VMI 30 Davidson 13 @ Army 18 @ Richmond 125 Totals

20 21 44 6 10 49 14 31 48 36 279

1964 Record: 4-6 Coach: Marv Levy 14 @ VMI 6 @ Navy 7 @ Pittsburgh 21 Furman 10 The Citadel 0 @ George Washington 20 Virginia Tech 13 Virginia 14 @ West Virginia 33 @ Richmond 138 Totals 1965 Record: 6-4 Coach: Marv Levy 32 VMI 14 West Virginia 7 @ Virginia Tech 14 @ Navy 41 @ Davidson 28 George Washington 3 vs. So. Miss. (Oyster Bowl - Nor., VA) 20 @ The Citadel 17 @ Boston College 21 Richmond 197 Totals 1966

0 28 17 20 28 32 26 9 5 6 171

1968 Record: 3-7 Coach: Marv Levy 14 @ East Carolina 0 0 Virginia Tech 12 3 @ Pittsburgh 14 0 Ohio 41 0 vs. West Virginia (Tob. Bowl - Ric., VA) 20 20 @ VMI 10 33 Villanova 12 0 @ Syracuse 31 21 The Citadel 24 6 @ Richmond 31 97 Totals 195

12 35 34 14 0 21 27 14 24 13 194

1969 Record: 3-7 Coach: Lou Holtz 18 @ Cincinnati 7 @ Temple 15 Virginia 21 @ The Citadel 15 Davidson 25 VMI 7 vs. Virginia Tech (Roanoke, VA) 0 West Virginia 21 @ Villanova 17 Richmond 146 Totals

26 6 28 14 17 17 48 31 35 28 250

1970 21 34 9 42 7 14 0 6 30 0 163

Southern Conference Champions Record: 5-4-1 Coach: Marv Levy 7 East Carolina 7 13 @ West Virginia 24 10 @ George Washington 3 34 Villanova 14 24 The Citadel 6 0 @ Navy 21 22 @ VMI 15 13 @ Boston College 15 18 Virginia Tech 20 35 @ Richmond 19 176 Totals 144

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When the NCAA celebrated the first 100 years of college football, it ranked W&M’s 27-16 victory at Navy in 1967 as one of the 10 greatest upsets.

1963 Record: 4-6 Coach: Milt Drewer 7 @ The Citadel 0 @ Navy 27 @ Furman 16 West Virginia 13 @ Virginia Tech 14 George Washington 6 VMI 7 @ Virginia 34 Davidson 29 @ Richmond 153 Totals

0 19 20 23 7 7 6 28 6 15 131

1967 Record: 5-4-1 Coach: Marv Levy 38 Quantico 7 7 East Carolina 27 7 @ Virginia Tech 31 12 @ Vanderbilt 14 33 vs. VMI (Tobacco Bowl - Richmond, VA) 28 25 @ Ohio 22 27 @ Navy 16 24 @ The Citadel 0 16 West Virginia 16 7 Richmond 16 196 Totals 177

HISTORY

1962 Record: 4-5-1 Coach: Milt Drewer 3 Virginia Tech 7 Virginia 16 @ Navy 29 @ The Citadel 7 @ Davidson 21 Furman 0 @ VMI 13 @ West Virginia 10 George Washington 3 @ Richmond 109 Totals

Southern Conference Champions TANGERINE BOWL Record: 5-7 Coach: Lou Holtz 7 @ West Virginia 43 14 @ Miami (Fla.) 36 10 Cincinnati 17 33 Ohio Wesleyan 29 7 The Citadel 16 24 @ VMI 10 6 @ Virginia 33 14 Virginia Tech 35 28 Connecticut 15 29 @ Davidson 28 34 @ Richmond 33 TANGERINE BOWL 12 Toledo 40 218 Totals 335 1971 Record: 5-6 Coach: Lou Holtz 35 @ The Citadel 28 @ East Carolina 40 Davidson 14 @ Tulane 23 West Virginia 30 @ Virginia Tech 12 VMI 35 @ North Carolina 29 @ Wake Forest 13 @ Temple 19 Richmond 278 Totals

28 10 14 3 28 41 7 36 36 17 21 241

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The 1986 team was the first Head Coach Jimmye Laycock took to the NCAA I-AA Playoffs after posting a 9-2 regular season record. 1972 Record: 5-6 Coach: Jim Root 31 Furman 7 9 @ Navy 13 17 @ Villanova 20 31 The Citadel 12 34 @ West Virginia 49 17 Vanderbilt 21 31 @ VMI 3 17 vs. Virginia Tech (Tob. Bowl - Ric., VA) 16 56 @ Davidson 9 15 East Carolina 21 3 @ Richmond 20 261 Totals 191

1975 Record: 2-9 Coach: Jim Root 7 @ North Carolina 33 0 @ East Carolina 20 0 @ Pittsburgh 47 6 @ The Citadel 21 8 Ohio 22 0 @ Rutgers 24 6 Furman 21 7 vs. Virginia Tech (Oys. Bowl - Nor., VA) 24 13 @ VMI 7 17 Colgate 21 31 Richmond 21 95 Totals 261

1978 Record: 5-5-1 Coach: Jim Root 10 VMI 27 @ Connecticut 21 @ Villanova 19 @ Virginia Tech 22 Temple 32 James Madison 0 @ Navy 21 @ Louisville 12 The Citadel 3 @ East Carolina 3 @ Richmond 170 Totals

1973 Record: 6-5 Coach: Jim Root 31 @ Virginia Tech 27 @ North Carolina 15 @ Wake Forest 24 @ The Citadel 33 Villanova 7 @ Vanderbilt 51 Davidson 45 VMI 3 @ East Carolina 42 Colgate 0 Richmond 278 Totals

24 34 14 12 21 20 35 14 34 49 31 288

1976 Record: 7-4 Coach: Jim Root 34 VMI 14 @ Virginia 19 East Carolina 27 @ Virginia Tech 13 Delaware 21 @ Navy 20 @ Ohio 7 @ Furman 23 Appalachian State 22 The Citadel 10 @ Richmond 210 Totals

1979 Record: 4-7 Coach: Jim Root 3 @ VMI 28 Colgate 14 @ Virginia Tech 7 @ Georgia Tech 33 James Madison 7 vs. Navy (Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, VA) 0 Rutgers 0 @ Delaware 9 @ Appalachian State 24 Richmond 14 East Carolina 139 Totals

49 6 38 10 12 31 15 31 34 31 12 269

1977 Record: 6-5 Coach: Jim Root 27 Norfolk State 13 13 @ VMI 23 6 @ Pittsburgh 28 21 @ Louisville 7 28 Villanova 8 8 vs. Virginia Tech (Tob. Bowl - Ric., VA) 17 17 @ Navy 42 21 Rutgers 22 14 @ The Citadel 13 21 vs. East Carolina (Oys. Bowl - Nor., VA) 17 29 Richmond 13 205 Totals 203

1974 Record: 4-7 Coach: Jim Root 7 @ Mississippi State 17 @ Wake Forest 28 @ Virginia 0 @ Furman 16 The Citadel 16 @ Boston College 28 Rutgers 20 @ VMI 15 Virginia Tech 10 East Carolina 54 @ Richmond 211 Totals

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20 0 20 15 15 13 0 23 22 0 21 149

1980 Record: 2-9 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 0 @ N.C. State 10 VMI 3 @ Virginia Tech 6 @ Navy 7 Wake Forest 17 Dartmouth 21 @ Rutgers 3 Delaware 23 @ East Carolina 13 @ Harvard 14 @ Richmond 117 Totals

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3 3 17 22 22 7 9 33 8 20 17 161

1981 Record: 5-6 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 0 @ Temple 14 Miami (Ohio) 3 @ Virginia Tech 14 @ VMI 12 @ Dartmouth 38 Marshall 0 @ Navy 31 James Madison 14 Harvard 31 @ East Carolina 35 Richmond 192 Totals

42 33 47 31 7 7 27 19 23 21 21 278

7 15 35 33 0 24 24 40 0 10 38 226

1982 Record: 3-8 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 17 @ Miami 24 VMI 3 @ Virginia Tech 17 @ Rutgers 24 Dartmouth 3 @ Navy 18 @ James Madison 21 @ Delaware 22 Brown 27 East Carolina 28 @ Richmond 204 Totals

35 12 47 27 16 39 24 62 23 31 17 333

42 13 7 45 27 14 18 7 31 24 26 254

1983 Record: 6-5 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 28 @ VMI 13 Delaware 20 @ North Carolina 26 vs. Yale (Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, VA) 21 @ Dartmouth 24 James Madison 28 Rutgers 21 @ Virginia Tech 48 @ Marshall 6 @ East Carolina 24 Richmond 259 Totals

14 30 51 14 17 21 35 59 24 40 15 320


1985 Record: 7-4 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 23 @ Wake Forest 28 Norfolk State 17 Delaware 31 James Madison 21 @ Harvard 10 @ Virginia Tech 16 @ Temple 38 @ VMI 31 @ Lehigh 33 @ Princeton 28 Richmond 276 Totals 1986 NCAA PLAYOFFS Record: 9-3 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 42 Colgate 37 VMI 30 @ Bucknell 24 Harvard 44 @ Lehigh 24 @ Delaware 33 @ James Madison 41 @ Virginia 32 Princeton 7 Holy Cross 21 @ Richmond 17 * Delaware 352 Totals

13 21 56 10 28 3 38 34 10 39 33 285

30 15 16 14 14 40 45 39 29 28 17 287

21 22 13 0 34 18 42 37 14 31 14 51 297

1987 Record: 5-6 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 25 @ E. Tennessee State 27 @ Navy 7 @ Colgate 28 Lehigh 34 @ Yale 14 Delaware 22 James Madison 17 vs. VMI (Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, VA) 31 Bucknell 7 @ Holy Cross 20 Richmond 232 Totals 1988 EPSON IVY BOWL Record: 6-4-1 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 23 @ Virginia 30 VMI 14 Lehigh 10 @ James Madison 35 @ Delaware 33 New Hampshire 14 Villanova 24 @ Georgia 30 Wofford 28 Colgate 19 @ Richmond 73 * Japan All-Stars 260 Totals 1989 NCAA PLAYOFFS Record: 8-3-1 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 17 Colgate 24 @ VMI 31 @ Princeton 12 @ Virginia 27 Delaware 13 vs. Boston U (Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, VA) 17 @ Villanova 55 @ Lehigh 34 East Tennessee State 24 James Madison 22 Richmond 10 * Furman 286 Totals

49 17 19 27 40 38 28 6 6 40 7 272

1990 NCAA PLAYOFFS Record: 10-3 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 31 @ The Citadel 37 Villanova 24 Connecticut 35 @ Virginia 22 @ Delaware 59 vs. VMI (Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, VA) 45 Bucknell 38 Lehigh 38 Furman 31 @ James Madison 31 @ Richmond 38 * Massachusetts 38 * @ Central Florida 467 Totals

34 14 7 63 12 47 17 17 28 21 10 0 52 322

31 7 6 3 38 31 14 59 14 3 24 3 230

1991 Record: 5-6 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 48 @ Boston University 21 Delaware 26 @ Navy 28 James Madison 36 @ North Carolina 40 @ VMI 24 The Citadel 21 @ Villanova 37 @ Lehigh 13 Samford 49 Richmond 343 Totals

22 28 21 29 59 26 17 35 41 35 7 320

1992 EPSON IVY BOWL Record: 9-2 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 21 VMI 31 Boston University 36 @ Harvard 51 Brown 21 @ Penn 43 Towson State 7 @ Virginia 14 @ James Madison 44 @ Colgate 26 Lehigh 34 @ Richmond 35 * Nihon University 328 Totals

16 21 16 6 19 15 33 21 26 13 19 19 205

13 17 31 24 24 10 20 39 28 21 10 24 261

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1994 Record: 8-3 Yankee Record: 6-2 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 38 @ Rhode Island 31 Delaware 28 @ Furman 45 VMI 3 @ Virginia 17 Northeastern 14 Massachusetts 7 @ James Madison 53 @ Villanova 17 Maine 21 @ Richmond 274 Totals

17 7 26 7 37 12 23 33 28 0 20 210

1995 Record: 7-4 Yankee Record: 5-3 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 16 @ Virginia 17 #7 James Madison 32 @ Northeastern 39 @ New Hampshire 27 @ VMI 23 Rhode Island 48 #22 Pennsylvania 9 @ Massachusetts 18 Villanova 20 @ #5 Delaware 27 #16 Richmond 276 Totals

40 24 0 0 7 14 34 20 15 23 7 184

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1984 Record: 6-5 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 24 VMI 23 @ Delaware 18 @ Penn State 20 @ James Madison 14 Temple 24 Boston University 14 @ Virginia Tech 21 @ Wake Forest 24 Lehigh 48 @ Colgate 31 @ Richmond 261 Totals

14 42 10 17 6 6 17 26 23 28 17 34 240

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The 1990 Tribe won 10 games and notched the first NCAA playoff victory in school history, def defeating Ma Massachusetts, 38-0.

1993 NCAA PLAYOFFS Record: 9-3 Yankee Record: 7-1 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 27 New Hampshire 35 @ Delaware 0 @ Tulane 45 Harvard 49 vs. VMI (Norfolk, VA - Oyster Bowl) 53 @ Northeastern 51 Villanova 31 James Madison 47 @ Maine 45 @ Massachusetts 31 Richmond 28 * @ McNeese St. 442 Totals

1996

Yankee Conference Champions NCAA PLAYOFFS Record: 10-3 Yankee Record: 7-1 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 33 @ Central Florida 23 @ #22 Rhode Island 40 VMI 47 @ Bucknell 31 #20 New Hampshire 21 @ #17 James Madison 30 @ #9 Villanova 21 Northeastern 10 #6 Delaware (OT) 30 Massachusetts 28 @ Richmond 45 * #8 Jackson State 35 * @ #3 Northern Iowa 394 Totals

39 16 21 0 7 26 21 14 7 6 13 6 38 214

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The 2004 Tribe captured a share of the Atlantic 10 Championship, won a school-record 11 games and advanced to the NCAA semiďŹ nals. 1997 Record: 7-4 A-10 Record: 4-4 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 31 Hampton 29 @ #23 Georgia Southern 41 @ VMI 22 @ New Hampshire 20 Boston U. 12 @ Northeastern 38 James Madison 38 @ Connecticut 13 #1 Villanova 0 @ #3 Delaware 10 Richmond 254 Totals 1998 Record: 7-4 A-10 Record: 4-4 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 21 @ Rhode Island 49 VMI 24 Northeastern 28 @ #4 Villanova 45 @ Temple 52 #6 Delaware 24 @ James Madison 19 New Hampshire 41 @ #2 Hampton 26 #13 Connecticut 17 @ #8 Richmond 346 Totals 1999 Record: 6-5 A-10 Record: 5-3 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 27 @ #11 Delaware (2 OT) 9 @ NC State 6 Furman 42 @ Northeastern 45 #19 Villanova 20 #13 James Madison 35 @ VMI 37 Maine 24 @ Rhode Island 16 Massachusetts 34 @Richmond 295 Totals

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2000 Record: 5-6 A-10 Record: 4-4 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 16 @ #2 Massachusetts 55 VMI 10 @ #8 Furman 7 @ Central Florida 31 @ Maine 26 Rhode Island 17 #4 Delaware 14 @ #16 James Madison 26 Northeastern 48 @ Villanova (OT) 18 #10 Richmond 268 Totals

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Atlantic 10 Champions NCAA PLAYOFFS Record: 8-4 A-10 Record: 7-2 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 31 @ #21 Massachusetts 34 @ VMI 23 @ East Carolina 38 #20 New Hampshire 28 #12 Hofstra 31 @ #4 Rhode Island 21 @ Delaware 42 #18 Maine 17 James Madison 23 @ Richmond 47 #15 Villanova 27 * @ #8 Appalachian State 362 Totals 2002 Record: 6-5 A-10 Record: 5-4 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 17 @ Indiana University 14 @ #11 Maine 62 VMI 45 Delaware 16 @ Hofstra 34 @ New Hampshire 30 #15 Northeastern 20 @ #11 Villanova 44 Rhode Island 31 @ James Madison (OT) 13 Richmond 326 Totals

2003 Record: 5-5 A-10 Record: 4-4 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 24 @ Western Michigan 34 @ VMI 14 @ #4 Northeastern Maine (Cancelled) 27 @ #4 Delaware 14 #7 Massachusetts 17 James Madison 37 @ Rhode Island 23 Hofstra 38 New Hampshire 59 @ Richmond 287 Totals

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Atlantic 10 Champions NCAA SEMIFINALS Record: 11-3 A-10 Record: 7-1 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 38 @ North Carolina 9 @ #10 New Hampshire 42 VMI 38 #16 Northeastern (OT) 37 @ Liberty 31 Rhode Island 28 @ #3 Delaware 41 @ Towson 37 #19 Villanova 27 @ #4 James Madison 38 Richmond 42 *#11 Hampton 44 *#10 Delaware (2 OT) 34 *#8 James Madison 486 Totals

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2005 Record: 5-6 A-10 Record: 3-5 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 24 @ Marshall 41 @ VMI 29 @ Rhode Island 56 Liberty 42 #1 New Hampshire 44 @ Northeastern (2 OT) 44 Towson 21 @Villanova 29 James Madison 21 Delaware 7 @ #17 Richmond 358 Totals

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2007 Record: 4-7 CAA Record: 2-6 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 31 #19 Delaware 63 @ VMI 48 Liberty (2 OT) 3 @ #17 Virginia Tech 27 Towson 24 @ Villanova 21 @ Maine 34 #4 Massachusetts 14 @ #20 Hofstra 34 #16 James Madison 20 @ #7 Richmond 319 Totals

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2008 Record: 7-4 CAA Record: 5-3 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 24 @ N.C. State 52 VMI 42 Norfolk State 28 #14 Villanova 38 @ #4 New Hampshire 27 @ Delaware 34 Rhode Island 34 @ Towson 38 Northeastern 24 @ #1 James Madison 20 #6 Richmond (OT) 361 Totals

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All-Time Overtime Contests Overall Record: 6-3 CAA Record: 5-3 PlayoďŹ&#x20AC; Record: 1-0 Home Record: 4-1 Away Record: 2-2 Vs. Ranked Teams: 3-2 10 27 48 31 38 44 44 48 20 310

#6 Delaware (10/19/96) 7 @ #11 Delaware (2 OT - 9/2/99) 34 @ Villanova (11/11/00) 41 @ James Madison (11/16/02) 34 #16 Northeastern (10/2/04) 35 *#10 Delaware (2 OT - 12/4/04) 38 @ Northeastern (2 OT - 10/15/05) 41 Liberty (2 OT - 9/15/07) 41 #6 Richmond (11/22/08) 23 Totals 294


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The College of William and Mary is a public university located in Williamsburg, Va. Founded in 1693 by Royal Charter issued by King William III and Queen Mary II of England, William and Mary is the second oldest college in the country after Harvard. William and Mary has a long history of liberal arts education and a growing research and science curriculum that demonstrates a strong commitment to undergraduate research. The College, which became a state university in 1906, has been designated a “Public Ivy,” and for nine straight years has been ranked by U.S. News & World Report as the sixth-best public university in the country – and the nation’s top small public university. Also referred to as “the alma mater of a nation,” the College has educated four U.S. Presidents – George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe and John Tyler, which is the third most of any college in the country. William and Mary also claims several firsts, including the 1776 creation of Phi Beta Kappa – the country’s first academic honor society – the first honor code of conduct for college students, and the first collegiate law school, established in 1779. William and Mary is also home to the Sir Christopher Wren Building – the country’s oldest academic building still in use – and the President’s House, the oldest home of a university president still in use.

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WILLIAM & MARY FACTS Second oldest educational institution in the U.S. In addition to four U.S. Presidents, W&M has educated a number of this country’s key historical figures, including U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Marshall and 16 signers of the Declaration of Independence.

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U.S. News ranked W&M sixth among all public colleges and universities and 32nd among both public and private institutions in 2009. Newsweek named W&M “hottest small state university” in 2006.

W&M ranked 18th in graduation rates for national universities in 2009. The Princeton Review named W&M a the ‘Best of the Southeast’ school in 2009.

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The W&M Law School ranked 30th in the nation in 2008.

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U.S News and World Report rated the School of Education 48th in the country in 2010.

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W&M is one of only eight U.S. institutions of higher education designated a “Public Ivy.” A Public Ivy is a stateassisted institution that offers a superior education at a cost far below that of Ivy League schools.

The History Department’s doctoral program ranked fourth in the nation for U.S. Colonial History in 2010. W&M ranked as the sixth-best public university in the country in the inaugural guide, “America’s Best Colleges 2008” by Forbes Magazine. The Princeton Review rated W&M the third among the top 50 best value public colleges nationally in 2009. Phi Beta Kappa, the premier academic honor society in America, was founded by W&M students in 1776.

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W&M’s 11-to-1 student-faculty ratio is the lowest among the top public universities. Nearly 50 percent of William and Mary’s classes have fewer than 20 students. W&M libraries, including the main Earl Swem Library, were rated the eighth best College Library in the Country by the Princeton Review in 2008. Business Week rated the W&M Undergraduate Business Program in the top 10 among Public Institutions in the country. Forbes Magazine ranked W&M’s MBA program in the top 50.

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2007 CAA Champions

KATIE RADLOFF Two-Time CAA Swimmer of the Year

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The College of William and Mary sponsors 23 varsity sports and provides students with a unique and successful balance of athletics and academics. The Tribe Athletics Department ranked 99th nationally (as of May 28) in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Standings for 2008-09, a number that ranked second among Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) programs and fourth in the state of Virginia. The Directors’ Cup, which was created by the NACDA and USA Today in 1993-94, is a program that honors institutions maintaining a broad-based program, achieving success in many sports, both men’s and women’s. W&M has placed among the top 100 nationally in 12 of the program’s 16 years, while leading the CAA on seven occasions. W&M has produced more CAA Championships than any program in the league’s history. The College owns 95 league crowns, nearly 40 more than its closest competitor. The Tribe raked in the awards in 2008-09 as well, tallying a combined 197 all-conference honors, 34 All-America honors and six league players of the year. During the 2008-09 season, the Green and Gold produced an overall athletics winning percentage of 69.0, while racking up a combined 888 wins. Along with its accomplishments on the field of play, the Tribe is just as successful in the classroom, epitomizing the term student-athlete. In the NCAA’s inaugural Academic Progress Report in 2005, W&M ranked fourth among Division I teams, which was the highest of any athletic scholarshipgranting school and of any public school. Since the inception of the CAA Scholar-Athlete of the Year, W&M has produced 28 honorees, more than any school in the conference.

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23 NCAA Appearances

ITA East Region Singles Champion Women’s Tennis

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ERIN SKIPPER All-CAA, All-Region Volleyball

Region Coach of the Year Men’s Cross Country

ECAC Championships (7) Men’s Gymnastics (3) Women’s Gymnastics (4)

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WILLIAM & MARY ATHLETICS FACTS W&M ranked fourth, the highest of any athletic scholarship-granting school and of any public school, among the Division I teams in the NCAA’s inaugural APR report W&M’s student-athlete graduation success rate is 95 percent 46 student-athletes elected to Phi Beta Kappa in the past 11 years Four Rhodes Scholars were W&M student-athletes Won 28 CAA Scholar-Athlete of the Year Awards in the last seven years

BASEBALL 15 MLB Draft Picks in last eight years

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CAA Championships (95) Baseball (1) Men’s Cross Country (16) Women’s Cross Country (16) Men’s Golf (1) Women’s Lacrosse (1) Men’s Soccer (6) Women’s Soccer (9) Women’s Swimming (1) Men’s Tennis (3) Women’s Tennis (20) Men’s Track and Field (4) Women’s Track and Field (9) Volleyball (8)

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KEZIEL JUNEAU Ranked No. 103 in Final ITA poll Men’s Tennis

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1997 Graduate NFL All-Pro Darren Sharper

“We are looking for athletes who want to pursue excellence. If you are interested in a quality education and being a member of a championship program, William and Mary is the place for you.”

“Expectations are high at William and Mary … I think that’s why so many young people come through this program and are successful … on a day-to-day basis … it’s a proving ground. It’s a special place.”

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Sandra Day O’Connor, one of the most distinguished jurists in the history of the United States Supreme Court—and its first female justice—addressed the most profound legal issues of her age with wisdom, courage, and skill. After a long career in public service, including nearly a quarter century on the nation’s highest court, she retired in 2006. Justice O’Connor spent her childhood on an isolated cattle ranch in southeastern Arizona tending to a variety of ranch chores, raising farm animals, and reading voraciously. After completing school in El Paso, Texas, she journeyed west to continue her education at Stanford University, where her professors inspired and challenged her to make a difference in her nation and the world. Justice O’Connor earned a B.A. in economics (magna cum laude) from Stanford University and a LL.B. from Stanford Law School. She was an edi-

tor of the law review and graduated third in her law class—two spots behind her friend and future colleague, the late Chief Justice William Rehnquist. After being admitted to the bar, Justice O’Connor served as Deputy County Attorney of San Mateo County, California, from 1952 to 1953, and as a civilian attorney for the U.S. Army Quartermaster Market Center in Frankfurt, Germany, from 1954 to 1957. From 1958 to 1960, she practiced law in Maryvale, Arizona, and served as Assistant Attorney General of Arizona from 1965 to 1969. She was appointed to the Arizona State Senate in 1969, and was subsequently reelected to two two-year terms, during which she served as Majority Leader. In 1975, she was elected Judge of the Maricopa County Superior Court and served until 1979, when she was appointed to the Arizona Court of Appeals. President Reagan nominated her as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, and she took her seat September 25, 1981. She succeeded the Honorable Henry A. Kissinger as Chancellor of the College of William and Mary in 2005. In the years since her investiture, she has visited the College numerous times, visiting classes, talking with students, and addressing academic conferences. She is married to John Jay O’Connor III, whom she met in law school. They have three sons: Scott, Brian, and Jay.

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Henry C. Wolf ‘64, J.D. ‘66 Rector Virginia Beach, VA John W. Gerdelman ‘75 Vice Rector Williamsburg, VA Janet M. Brashear ‘82 Secretary Bronxville, NY Charles A. Banks III Gloucester, VA Colin G. Campbell Williamsburg, VA Thomas E. Capps Richmond, VA Timothy P. Dunn ‘83 Rectortown, VA Sarah I. Gore ‘56 Newark, DE R. Philip Herget III Alexandria, VA Kathy Y. Hornsby ‘79 Williamsburg, VA Suzann W. Matthews ‘71 McLean, VA

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Taylor Reveley was sworn in as the 27th president of the College of William and Mary on September 5, 2008, after serving as interim president since February 2008. Before assuming his current post, he served as dean of William & Mary Law School for almost a decade, starting in August 1998. He is the John Stewart Bryan Professor of Jurisprudence. Reveley received his A.B. from Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs in 1965. At Princeton, he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and rowed on the lightweight crew for two years. Reveley went to law school at the University of Virginia, receiving his J.D. in 1968. During the United States Supreme Court’s 1969 term, he clerked for Justice William J. Brennan, Jr. Reveley has extensively studied and written about the constitutional division of the war powers

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between the President and Congress. In 1972-73, he spent 13 months studying the war powers while an International Affairs Fellow of the Council on Foreign Relations in New York City and a Fellow of the Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars in Washington, D.C. He is the author of War Powers of the President and Congress: Who Holds the Arrows and Olive Branch? (University of Virginia Press, 1981). Before joining William & Mary, Reveley practiced law for many years at Hunton & Williams, where he specialized in energy matters, especially those involving commercial nuclear power. He was the managing partner of the firm for nine years. Much of Reveley’s extracurricular time over the years has gone to non-profit organizations. He has served on many educational and cultural boards, including those of Princeton University (where he is a trustee emeritus), Union Theological Seminary in Virginia, St. Christopher’s School, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, JSTOR, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Virginia Historical Society, the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, the Richmond Symphony, and the Presbyterian Church (USA) Foundation. Reveley and his wife Helen have four children – Taylor, Everett, Nelson and Helen Lanier – and a daughter-in-law, Margaret Louise (Marlo, married to Taylor).

Anita O. Poston, J.D. ‘74 Norfolk, VA Robert E. Scott, J.D. ‘68 New York, NY John Charles Thomas Richmond, VA Jeffrey B. Trammell ‘73 Washington, DC *List does not include two additional members yet to be appointed by the Governor

Student Representatives Sarah D. Rojas College of William and Mary D. Ryan Goodwin Richard Bland College

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Driscoll Athletics Director

Under the steady guidance and watchful eye of Terry Driscoll, the William and Mary Athletics Department has solidified its standing as one of the nation’s preeminent broad-based programs. As Driscoll enters his 14th year as athletics director, he has overseen an unprecedented era of improvement in terms of funding and facilities while also maintaining the College’s rich history of producing well-rounded student-athletes. Driscoll oversees a program that is committed to balancing academic demands with athletic success. One of the department’s stated goals each year is to finish among the top 100 in the annual Director’s Cup rankings, which has happened in all but one of the years that Driscoll has been the director. In the last six years, the Tribe’s program has combined for a total of 26 Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) titles. This past season, W&M claimed three CAA titles (Men’s and Women’s Cross Country and Women’s Track & Field). In 2002-03, W&M had a school-record 10 teams compete in the NCAA Tournament, with four teams winning conference titles and six that finished in the top 25 at the end of their respective seasons. Overall, no institution in the CAA can claim more all-time league championships than the 95 William and Mary has earned. As impressive as the athletic accomplishments have been during Driscoll’s tenure, the program’s academic successes have been even greater. In the NCAA’s inaugural (2004) APR rankings, a measurement of academic progress based on academic eligibility, retention, and graduation of student-athletes, W&M was fourth in the nation overall and first among institutions offering athletic performance-based scholarships. Additionally, the Tribe football team has posted a 100 percent graduation rate three times, while the majority of the program’s squads have consistently ranked among the nation’s finest in terms of graduation. In 2002, the CAA started recognizing Scholar-Athletes of the Year for each of the 22 sports it sponsors, and the College has had a conference-high 29 individuals receive the honor. In addition to the many academic and athletic successes, Driscoll’s impact on the program has been equally impressive in terms of physical and financial improvements. Since taking over as athletics director, Driscoll has overseen the construction of more than $20 million in new facilities, including Plumeri Park (baseball), Albert-Daly Field (soccer, lacrosse) and the Busch Courts (tennis). Recently, the College dedicated an $11 million, 30,000 square-foot Jimmye Laycock Football Center at Zable Stadium in the summer of 2008. During the last four years, the venerable stadium has been enhanced with an $800,000-plus video scoreboard (2007), the installation of a $650,000 permanent lighting system (2006) and an $840,000 state-of-the-art Field Turf Pro artificial playing surface (2006). This past summer, new synthetic turf with water cannons were installed at Busch Field, the home of the William and Mary Field Hockey program. In addition to the physical structures, Driscoll has also worked with the Associate Athletics Director for Development, Bobby Dwyer, to increase the annual fund-raising totals for non-capital projects from $1.36 million in 1995 to the current annual total of approximately $2.7 million. A true student-athlete himself, Driscoll’s leadership skills were developed during his collegiate years. As a student-athlete at Boston College, Driscoll captained

the basketball team to the National Invitation Tournament Finals as a senior, and was named the tournament MVP. In addition to being named an All-American, his success in the classroom as a biology major garnered him an Academic All-America honor. After graduating from BC, he was the fourth overall pick of the 1969 NBA Draft, selected by the Detroit Pistons, just three spots after the Milwaukee Bucks chose UCLA’s Lew Alcindor, later to be known as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Driscoll chose to play a year in Italy first, but then returned to the U.S. to play for the Pistons, Washington Bullets and Milwaukee Bucks before going back to Italy as a player and then coach until 1980. Driscoll then entered the corporate world in 1980, working for Kazmaier Associates, Inc., an international sporting goods sales and sports marketing firm. After Kazmaier purchased Bike Athletic in 1986, KSG Inc. was formed with the objective of becoming the first, and only, national sales agency in the sporting goods industry. By 1987, Driscoll was president of the company and had expanded the agency to all 50 states just two years later. In early 1990, Driscoll’s contribution to a marketing research project for the NCAA was the initial step moving him from product marketing and sales to sports marketing and management. The result of the project was a joint venture between Kazmaier Associates and Host Communications - with Driscoll being named managing director and chief operating officer of NCAA International. In 1993, Driscoll diversified his experience in the athletic world by working as the venue executive director of the 1994 World Cup site in Boston. In September of that year, Driscoll was again enlisted to launch a new business, Eagle International Group, an event management and services company. As vice president, Driscoll worked with Hawaii Pacific Sports to organize the Women’s World Volleyball Grand Prix competition in Honolulu. Driscoll resides in Williamsburg with his wife, Susan. The couple has two children – Keith, a 1997 graduate of Holy Cross, and Leslie, a 2001 graduate of William and Mary.

Terry Dri Terry Driscoll scoll (far right) with (l-r) Bobb Ritter, LPGA Pro Barb Mucha, Chelsey Pryor and Tom Foster at the 2009 W&M Pro Am Gol Golf Tournament.

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Clawson

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Cork Assistant AD, Sports Medicine

STEVE

Cole Associate AD, Internal Operations

Steve Cole enters his 27th year at the College of William and Mary, with the previous 25 at the helm of the W&M Sports Medicine program. In 2008, Cole assumed the role as the Associate Athletics Director for Internal Operations, overseeing nearly every facet of the department’s daily operation. His administrative responsibilities include monitoring financial matters, coordinating the scheduling of athletic events and facilities, and supervision of coaches and staff. A certified athletic trainer (BOC), Cole graduated from West Virginia University in 1976 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education and athletic training. He subsequently earned a master’s degree in sports medicine in 1978 from the University of Virginia. In the summer of 2006, the National Athletic Trainers Association recognized Cole as the College/University National Athletic Trainer of the Year. In 1997, Cole received his 25-year membership pin from NATA. He was also recognized for his service to the profession, receiving the Athletic Trainer Service Award, one of only three recipients from the Mid-Atlantic Region. In 2000, Cole was honored by the College for his many years of service to William and Mary with the recognition as an honorary alumnus. A true fitness buff, Cole is an exemplary model for all the athletes. He is an avid competitor who has participated in a variety of triathlons since 1980, spending countless hours of his spare time in training. Cole resides in Williamsburg with his wife Lonna, 11-year old daughter Sydney Janaé, and six-year-old daughter Jahnessa Ya Xin.

Renée Cork is in her 18th year with the William and Mary Sports Medicine staff and holds the title of Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine. Honored as the 2007 National Trainers’ Association Assistant Athletic Trainer of the Year, Cork was appointed to the Athletic Training Advisory Board under the Board of Medicine by Governor Warner in 2002. She is the only collegiate athletic trainer representative on the Advisory Board. Very involved in the athletic training committees at the state and regional levels, she was honored with the Sports Safety Training Award by the American Red Cross in 1999. Cork is responsible for the CPR training for all members of the Tribe coaching staffs and also teaches a graduate course at Old Dominion. A native of Elgin, Ill., Cork served as the head athletic trainer at Drew University prior to coming to W&M as an associate athletic trainer. She earned her undergraduate degree from Iowa State and a master’s degree in physical education from Southwest Texas State.

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Deidre Connelly is entering her 20th year with the William and Mary Athletic Department. Connelly came to the College from the University of Iowa, where she was a professor and the director of the sport psychology program. Dr. Connelly works with Tribe athletes, coaches, and teams on mental skills for competition, leadership training, and success skills. She has been published many times and has been invited to speak at numerous conferences and seminars. Connelly received her undergraduate degree from the University of Bridgeport, and did graduate work at William and Mary. She received her MEd and Ph.D. in sport psychology from the University of Virginia. Dr. Connelly is also a member of the College’s Counseling Center staff.

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Pete Clawson, now in his 15th year at the College, was promoted to Assistant Athletics Director for Media Relations during the summer of 2006. Clawson, a 1990 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, had spent the previous 12 years working in the College’s sports information office, including six as the Sports Information Director. In his current position, Clawson oversees all workings of the Media Relations Department and is the primary contact for the Tribe’s nationally-recognized football and men’s gymnastics programs. Prior to his stint at W&M, Clawson was an assistant at Fresno State. Clawson has also spent time as an assistant at his alma mater and at the University of Florida. A native of Dillsburg, Pa., Clawson and his wife, Catherine, were married on July 19, 2003 and reside in Williamsburg. The couple has a one-year-old son, Charlie.

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Dwyer Senior Associate AD, Development

Bobby Dwyer Dwyer, Associate Athletics Director for Development, heads the Tribe Club, the department’s alumni fund-raising arm. He came on board in October 1985 after holding assistant basketball coaching positions at the U.S. Military Academy and Duke. Dwyer was promoted to Senior Associate Athletics Director in the spring of 2004. Dwyer heads up the fund-raising efforts for the athletics department, and supervises the marketing and promotions and special events departments. Dwyer graduated from Wake Forest in 1974 where he was a member of the varsity basketball team for three years and captained the squad as a senior. He received his master’s degree in higher education from W&M in 1994. He is a past president of the Williamsburg chapter of the American Cancer Society and the American Heart Association. He and his wife Patti have two sons, Patrick (26) and Peter (24), and live in Williamsburg.

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Pete Kresky Kresky, in his eighth year at William & Mary, has transformed the marketing department to one of ultimate success by more than tripling the number of corporate sponsors and thus increasing revenue beyond budgeted expectations each year. Kresky came to William & Mary in 2002 with more than 40 years of sports retail experience. Most notable of his accomplishments were the creation of one of the most successful sporting goods franchises in the Athlete’s Foot organization with over 20 locations, as well as his time as a professional consultant for corporations such as Brooks Shoes and Reebok. Kresky has also worked in commercial and mortgage banking. Kresky is a certified rowing coach and is a member of the membership committee and the newly formed sports committee for the Greater Williamsburg Chamber and Tourism Alliance, Ducks Unlimited, U.S. Rowing Association and the Virginia State Board of Realtors. Kresky attended the University of Wisconsin and currently resides in Stonehouse with his wife Bonnie.

Spencer Milne is in his fourth year as the Director of Ticket Operations. Milne launched the Tribe’s new dynamic ticketing system, TicketReturn, which has significantly improved the ticket office’s ability to serve fans and alumni. Milne comes to W&M from Florida Atlantic University, where he had been the Owls’ director of ticket operations since January of 2005. Prior to Florida Atlantic, he was an assistant in the ticket office at Wake Forest from July of 2004 through December of 2005. Before that, Milne worked in the ticket office at Ohio University, as he earned his master’s degrees in business administration (2003) and sports administration (2004). Milne graduated from Ohio University in 2001 with a bachelor’s degree in sports industry and a minor in business administration. After earning his degree, he worked for one year as a facilities and operations intern at Southern Methodist University. Milne also has experience as a promotions and operations intern with Major League Soccer’s D.C. United. Milne and his wife, Lisa, reside in Toano.

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Pritchett

Assistant AD, Compliance & Educational Services

Pamela Mason took over full time duties of the College’s compliance office on April 1, 2006, and she was promoted to Assistant AD for Compliance and Educational Services in July 2008. Previously, she served as the Associate Director of Development for two years. Under Mason, the compliance office works with the NCAA Eligibility Center to determine initial eligibility of all incoming freshmen and continues to monitor student-athlete eligibility throughout their college careers. Mason is also responsible for educating all student-athletes, coaches, staff and boosters on the NCAA rules. Mason graduated from Southern Methodist University in 1994 as a marketing major, with a minor in psychology. She continued her education at the College and earned a JD and an MBA in four years (1996-2000). She is a member of the Bar in both Virginia and North Carolina. A native of Marion, Ohio, Mason brings a diverse range of athletic administrative experience to the position. Prior to arriving in Williamsburg, Mason worked as the Assistant Director of Compliance at James Madison University from 2003-04, where she assisted in many facets of the department’s day-to-day operations. Mason served as the primary Compliance Officer and Sports Information Director for the University of North Carolina, Pembroke during the 2001 and 2002 athletic seasons. Her first position out of college came with the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys, as she served as the Marketing and Media Relations Assistant with the team’s nationally acclaimed cheerleading squad from 1993-96. A varsity cheerleader at SMU, Mason also served a three-year stint as William and Mary’s cheerleading coach while she was pursuing her graduate degrees. Mason and her husband, Monty, a 1989 graduate of the College and chairman of the Tribe Club, reside in Williamsburg with their daughter, Taylor Anne.

Assistant AD, Facilities and Operations

Michael Pritchett joined the William and Mary Athletics Department in 2007 and brought with him a diverse and experienced background to the College. As the Assistant Athletics Director for Facilities and Operations, Pritchett serves William and Mary in a variety of areas, including overseeing the set up and operations of athletic events as well as maintenance and improvement of facilities. Pritchett came to William and Mary after serving as the Director of Athletic Facilities and Game Operations, as well the Assistant Director of Marketing and Promotion at Idaho State University. As Director of Facilities and Operations, he scheduled a majority of athletic events for Idaho State as well as coordinated and supervised the set up and operations of all athletic events. As Assistant Director for Marketing and Promotion, Pritchett helped increase athletic attendance at football and women’s basketball games, as well as tripling the corporate sponsorship revenue in six months. A graduate of Idaho State University, Pritchett earned a B.S. in Physical Education in 2002 with a minor in World History. In August of 2003, he earned his Masters in Athletic Administration also from Idaho State. From 1983 to 1992 Pritchett served in the United States Marine Corps in the 3rd Battalion, stationed at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina where he supervised all marine training operations within his platoon level all the while attending Leadership Training School. Pritchett is also very active in service and volunteer work; he has been a Special Olympics Volunteer since 1998 and Relay for Life volunteer since 2005. He has also worked in support of the ‘National Girls and Women in Sports Day’ and has coordinated fund raising efforts for the Gate City Youth Soccer League.

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DAN

Director of Academic Support

Assistant AD, Business Affairs

Simms

Wakely

Turner Associate Sports Information Director Secondary Football Media Contact

Rob Turner enters his fourth year as the Associate Sports Information Director at William and Mary and serves as the secondary football contact. Prior to joining the W&M staff, he spent five years with the University of Tennessee Lady Volunteer Media Relations Department as a student and graduate assistant. As a G.A. at Tennessee, he worked primarily with the Lady Vol basketball team. In addition to coordinating interviews, he assisted with the production of various publications, including the 2004-05 media guide that was judged “Best in the Nation” by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). A native of Williamsburg, Va., Turner earned his undergraduate degree in communications from UT in 2003 and a master’s degree in sport management in 2005.

MILLIE

West Director of Special Projects

An integral part of William and Mary athletics for 50 years, Millie West began another chapter of her affiliation with the College in 1991 when she retired as Associate Athletics Director and assumed the role of Director of

ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATION

ROB

Dan Wakely is in his second year as the assistant athletics director for business affairs after spending the previous two years as a business manager in the W&M Athletics Department. In his current position, Wakely is responsible for monitoring the athletics department’s finances, preparing monthly analysis, financial reports and long-term projections, and the annual budgeting process. He manages the day-to-day operations of the business office with the assistance of business managers Chelsey Pryor and Chad Zwierlein. Wakely also serves as an administrative liaison with the baseball, men’s soccer, men’s and women’s tennis, and men’s and women’s golf programs. Prior to joining the business office in June 2006, Wakely worked eight years in the Tribe sports information department. During his final five years with the office, he held the title of associate sports information director and worked with the field hockey, men’s soccer, men’s basketball and men’s and women’s tennis programs. A native of Warren, Maine, Wakely earned a bachelor’s of business administration degree in marketing and a minor in kinesiology from William and Mary in 1998. He later earned his master’s degree in business administration from the College in 2001.

THE COLLEGE

As Director of Academic Support, Jason Simms acts as an academic advisor to the College’s varsity athletes and is currently in his third year at William and Mary. Simms assists student-athletes in maintaining excellence in the classroom, scheduling classes, and assisting in future planning. Simms brought a diverse background to the William and Mary Athletic Department from his work at Salisbury University. He acted as the Associate Dean of Admissions as well as the Director of Minority Recruitment. In regards to athletics, Simms worked as the Admissions Athletics Liaison and an Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach for the SU Sea Gulls. As an assistant basketball coach for Salisbury University, Simms advised and scheduled classes for athletes during registration periods, monitored mandatory study hall sessions, and provided academic guidance throughout the semester for athletes. During his work as the admissions-athletic liaison, he coordinated relationships between teams, coaching staff, and the enrollment management, as well as assisted the Director of Athletics with NCAA compliance and eligibility requirements. Simms was also a member of the Board of Directors for Kids of Honor in Cambridge, Md., providing guidance to elementary and middle school-aged first generation college-bound students. Simms attended Frostburg State University, graduating in 1994 with a B.S. in Business Administration. An excellent student athlete himself, he was a member of both the basketball and baseball teams at FSU from 1990-1994. He acted at team captain of the basketball team during the 1993-1994 season and received the team MVP award. Simms also captained the baseball team during the 1994 season while earning the baseball team MVP award in 1993 and 1994. He earned his Masters of Education in Guidance and Counseling in 2002 from the University of Maryland - Eastern Shore. Since then Simms has been a member of the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) as well as an active member of the National Association of Athletic Academic Advisors (N4A). Simms resides in Williamsburg and enjoys working out and playing golf in his spare time.

Special Projects. A highly successful fund raiser, she has been a key in the success of the four BASF Wightman Cup tennis tournaments held at the College, as well as the annual Plumeri Pro-Am golf tournament, which has reaped great benefits for the College. West coordinated W&M’s Indoor Tennis Center Project, which brought the McCormack-Nagelsen Tennis Center on campus. She is also the curator, and 1998 inductee, of the ITA Women’s Tennis Hall of Fame at the Center. A 1957 graduate of Georgia College, West, who was awarded the USTA Educational Merit Award, is also a member of the W&M Athletic Hall of Fame and has been given the status of Honorary Alumni at William and Mary. She also has served on executive committees for the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame and Williamsburg Community Health Foundation. Currently West serves on the Williamsburg Community Foundation Board and the Old Point National Bank Advisory Board.

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TRIBE CLUB

THE COLLEGE

Williamsburg, VA 23187 TribeClub@wm.edu www.TribeClub.com

Bobby Dwyer

Monty Mason

Sr. Associate AD, Development

Tribe Club Chairman

Al Albert

Brian Raney

Millie West

Associate Director of Development

Assistant Director of Development

Director of Special Projects

Jean Beall

Peggy Lukas

Shannon Corcoran

Business Manager

Sr. Administrative Assistant

Assistant Director of Special Events

(From Left) Jimmye Laycock, Jim Ukrop, LPGA Pro Michelle McGann, Jay Lawler and Dick Savage at the 2009 Tribe Club Pro-Am.

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Established in 1948 to create support for William and Mary Athletics, the Tribe Club is made up of alumni and friends of the College’s athletics programs. Due to the fact that W&M receives no aid from the state for its sports programs, the Tribe Club is the sole provider of scholarships for William and Mary’s student-athletes. Additionally, money raised annually by the Tribe Club helps defray a portion of the operating expenses for program support. Whether you are a former Tribe student-athlete, a proud alum, a Tribe parent or a fan of William and Mary Athletics, you are invited to join the Tribe Club. By donating to the unrestricted fund or to a specific sport, you are providing opportunities for many young men and women to experience both academic and athletic excellence here at the College. In addition to supporting our student-athletes with generous gifts, Tribe Club members receive exclusive benefits based on their giving level, as well as invitations to tailgates, pre-game and halftime events, golf outings and regional Tribe Club social events. To join, you can make a contribution to the Tribe Club online at www. TribeClub.com or send your donation to PO Box 399, Williamsburg, VA, 23187. Thanks to all those who are loyal members of the Tribe Club family. Your support of our gifted and talented athletes is truly appreciated. We could not succeed without you!

Shep Campbell, Pamela Mason and Tribe Club Chairman Monty Mason at the 2008 Lord Botetourt Auction.

(From Left Left) Mike Smythers, Kevin Davis, and Tom Jensen at the Northern VA/D.C. Tribe Club Golf Outing at Westfields Golf Club.

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William and Mary Sports Information (757) 221-3344 (757) 221-2989 (fax)

SPORTS INFORMATION MEDIA INFORMATION

PETE

Clawson Assistant A.D. Media Relations

Pete Clawson, now in his 15th year at the College, was promoted to Assistant Athletics Director for Media Relations during the summer of 2006. Clawson, a 1990 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, had spent the previous 12 years working in the College’s sports information office, including six as the Sports Information Director. In his current position, Clawson oversees all workings of the Media Relations Department and is the primary contact for the Tribe’s nationally-recognized football and men’s gymnastics programs. Prior to his stint at W&M, Clawson was an assistant at Fresno State. Clawson has also spent time as an assistant at his alma mater and at the University of Florida. A native of Dillsburg, Pa., Clawson and his wife, Catherine, were married on July 19, 2003 and reside in Williamsburg. The couple has a one-year-old son, Charlie.

ROB

KRIS

JACOB

SCOTT

JULIA

Associate Sports Information Director

Associate Sports Information Director

Associate Sports Information Director

Assistant Sports Information Director

Assistant Director Media Relations

Turner

Sears

Skipper

Burns

Martin

Sports Information Student Assistants: Alex Ball, Kristina Fitzhugh, Aaron Gregory, Lindsay Guers, Miles Hilder, Jack Lambert, Sarah Sibley

Athletics/SID Directory — All Area Codes are 757 Athletics Department..................................221-3400 Football Office .............................................221-3337 Ticket Office ................................................221-3340 Marketing Office .........................................221-3353 Tribe Club ....................................................221-3350 Facilities/Operations ...................................221-3355 Sports Medicine ..........................................221-3407 Business Office ............................................221-3372 Zable Press Box ...........................................221-3414

Pete Clawson.............................................. 221-3369 ......................................................pmclaw@wm.edu pmclaw@wm.edu Rob Turner.................................................. 221-3370 .........................................................rrturn@wm.edu Kris Sears ................................................... 221-3368 ........................................................ kasear@wm.edu Jacob Skipper ............................................. 221-3344 ..........................................................jcskip@wm.edu jcskip@wm.edu Scott Burns................................................. 221-3344 ........................................................sburns@wm.edu Julia Martin ................................................ 221-3344 ........................................................jrmar2@wm.edu

Game Credentials Please make all press and photo requests at least one week in advance. Tickets and parking passes can be mailed with one week’s notice. If not, tickets can be picked up, with proper credentials, at the Will Call Window at Zable Stadium on the morning of the game. Press Parking Parking for members of the working press is available just southeast of Zable Stadium in front of the University Center. Space is limited in the lot, please arrive early. For directions to Zable Stadium, visit TribeAthletics.com and click on the Facilities and Directions link. Photographers Please observe the NCAA rules, which prohibit photographers between the 25 yard lines. Press Box Services Located atop the East grandstand of Zable Stadium, the press box officially opens two hours prior to kickoff. Pregame notes, flip cards and programs will be available prior to the start. Complete halftime statistics, as well as final team and individual statistics, and quotes are available immediately following the game. Radio Visiting radio lines may be rented by non-conference opponents through the Sports Information Office at a cost of $75 per line. The radio booth for the visiting team is located at the south end of the press box on the lower level. Radio stations should make arrangements at least a month in advance. Requests for the line will be honored on a first-come, first-served basis. Visiting Film Crews Space will be allotted in the West Press Box for film and video crews of visiting teams’ coaches’ shows. We will provide two spots per team. The press box is open air, please plan and accordingly. Post-Game Procedures Head coach Jimmye Laycock and the visiting coach will be available about 10 minutes after the game in an interview area located in the Laycock Football Center. Individual W&M players’ names should be given to Pete Clawson during the fourth quarter, and they will be made available in the interview room. Interviews All requests for interviews must be directed through the Sports Information Office. Players are available Monday morning until noon Thursday. Weekly Press Conference A press conference with head coach Jimmye Laycock will be held every Tuesday at noon at the Hospitality House in Williamsburg. Interviews with selected players will follow the luncheon. Please confirm your attendance with Pete Clawson in the Sports Information Office at least 24 hours in advance at (757) 221-3369 or pmclaw@wm.edu.

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Richmond Times-Dispatch P.O. Box 85333, Richmond, VA 23293 (O) 804-649-6554; (F) 804-775-8085; tdsports@timesdispatch.com Steve Trosky, Sports Editor (804) 649-6456; strosky@timesdispatch.com Michael Phillips, Beat Writer (804) 649-6546; mphillips@timesdispatch.com Virginia Gazette 216 Ironbound Road, Williamsburg, VA 23188 (O) 757-220-1736; (F) 757-220-1665 John Harvey, Sports Editor 757-345-2352; jharvey@vagazette.com Virginian Pilot 150 West Brambleton Ave., Norfolk, VA 23510 (O) 757-446-2366 Colleen McDaniel, College Sports Editor 757-446-2369; colleen.mcdaniel@pilotonline.com Rich Radford, Beat Writer 757-446-2463; rich.radford@pilotonline.com Williamsburg Yorktown Daily 5000 New Point Rd., Suite 2201, Williamsburg, VA 23188 (O) 757-565-1079; (F) 757-565-7094 Kim Lez, Editor kim@wydaily.com Associated Press (Richmond) 600 E. Main St., Suite 1250, Richmond, VA 23219 (O) 800-552-9935; (F) 804-643-6223 Hank Kurz, College Sports hkurz@ap.org

Television

WVEC (ABC - Hampton Roads) Channel 13 613 Woodis Avenue, Norfolk, VA 23510 (O) 757-628-6217/6215; (F) 757-628-5855 Scott Cash, Sports Director - scash@wvec.com Brian Smith, Sports Anchor - bsmith@wvec.com

Radio

The Tide (92.3 FM) and WBACH (107.9 AM) - Williamsburg Tom Davis - President, General Manager 5000 New Point Rd., Suite 2201, Williamsburg, VA 23188 (O) 757-565-1079; (F) 757-565-7094 tom@tideradio.com/www.tideradio.com WBRG (1050 AM) - Lynchburg Brent Epperson PO Box 1079, Lynchburg, VA 24505 (O) 434-845-5916; (F) 434-845-5917 www.wbrgradio.com wbrg@rez.net WCLM (1450 AM) - Richmond 3165 Hull St., Richmond, VA, 23224 (O) 804-231-2186; (F) 804-231-7685 www.wclmradioonline.com

Bob Sheeran 118 The Colony, Williamsburg, VA, 23185 wm67voice@aol.com (O) 757-645-4443

WWBT (NBC - Richmond) Channel 12 5710 Midlothian Turnpike, Richmond, VA 23225 (O) 804-230-2614; (F) 804-230-2789 Joe Sullivan, Sports Director - jsullivan@nbc12.com

CAA Football Update Mike London, Richmond Jimmye Laycock, William and Mary Andy Talley, Villanova Rocky Hager, Northeastern Mickey Matthews, James Madison Jack Cosgrove, Maine Kevin Morris, Massachusetts Joe Trainer, Rhode Island K.C. Keeler, Delaware Sean McDonnell, New Hampshire Dave Cohen, Hofstra Rob Ambrose, Towson Selected Student-Athlete

Weekly Football Press Luncheon

Every Tuesday afternoon during the regular season, members of the media are encouraged to join coach Laycock and various Tribe players for the W&M weekly football press luncheon, starting at noon at the Hospitality House on Richmond Road across from Zable Stadium. Lunch is served at noon, followed by opening statements by Laycock and a question-and-answer session for members of the media. Student-athletes are available for one-on-one interviews following the luncheon. The date of the first luncheon will be announced in August. Please confirm your attendance with Pete Clawson in the sports information office.

The William and Mary Radio Network All W&M radio broadcasts can be heard via a live simultaneous web stream online at TribeAthletics.com, the official Internet home of Tribe sports. Click the Live Audio link at the top of page for more information.

WTVR (CBS - Richmond) Channel 6 3301 West Broad Street, Richmond, VA 23230 (O) 804-254-3645; (F) 804-254-3697 Lane Casadonte, Sports Director - lcasadonte@wtvr.com Sean Robertson, Sports Anchor - srobertson@wtvr.com

WAVY (NBC - Virginia Beach) Channel 10 300 Wavy Street, Portsmouth, VA 23704 (O) 757-673-5440; (F) 757-397-8279 Bruce Rader, Sports Director - wavy.sports@lintv.com Chris Reckling, Sports Anchor - chris.reckling@wavy.com

The CAA Football coaches will hold a weekly teleconference for the media beginning Monday, Aug. 31. The call will take place each Monday throughout the entire 2009 season. The scheduled calls will come to an end when the final CAA Football completes its season in the 2009 NCAA Division I National Championships. The teleconference will open with the release of the selected player of the week winners, a recap of the weekend and a preview of the following week. CAA Football coaches will be available to answer questions beginning at 10:10 a.m. Beginning Sept. 7 and continuing throughout the 2009 season, a featured student-athlete will conclude the call with a 10-minute interview segment at 12:10 p.m. The phone number to take part in the call is 877-805-0692. Members of the media should contact Scott Meyer (804-754-1616 x20) at the CAA office for the password to access the call. Comments from the call will also be available on the web at www.CAASports.com each Monday after 1 p.m. 10:00 a.m. 10:10 a.m. 10:20 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 10:40 a.m. 10:50 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 11:10 a.m. 11:20 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 11:40 a.m. 11:50 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 12:10 p.m.

Jay Colley 7 Forest Hill Drive, Williamsburg, VA 23185 jaycolley@williamewood.com (O) 757-229-0550

WTKR (CBS - Norfolk) Channel 3 720 Boush Street, Norfolk, VA 23510 (O) 757-446-1361; (F) 757-446-1376

WRIC (ABC - Richmond) Channel 8 301 Arboretum Place, Richmond, VA 23236 (O) 804-330-8829; (F) 804-330-8883 Chip Tarkenton, Sports Director - ctarkenton@wric.com

Weekly CAA Football Coaches Call

MEDIA INFORMATION MEDIA CONTACTS

Daily Press 7505 Warwick Boulevard, Newport News, VA 23607 (O) 757-247-4630; (F) 757-247-9420; sports@dailypress.com Nick Mathews, Sports Editor 757-247-4962; nmathews@dailypress.com Melinda Waldrop, Beat Writer 757-247-4637; mwaldrop@dailypress.com

The broadcast team of Jay Colley and Bob Sheeran will once again relay the excitement of Tribe football over the airwaves. Play-by-play chief Colley also covers the Tribe basketball squad. A mass communications graduate of Middle Tennessee State University, Colley has been a fixture of the Tribe’s sports broadcasts for more than 20 years. In 2002, Colley was granted honorary alumnus status by William and Mary. Bob Sheeran has never drifted far from the beat of W&M sports. A 1967 graduate of the College, Sheeran served as W&M’s sports information director for 16 years before entering private business in 1985. He has teamed up with Colley for the last 24 years as part of the football broadcasts and has also served as an integral part of all W&M Quarterback Club booster functions since his graduation. A testament to his dedication to the College was witnessed in 2003 as an endowment was organized in his name by HEYFARL (a W&M football booster organization) to provide scholarship support for a Tribe walk-on football player.

William and Mary Radio Network Affiliates “The Tide” WBACH WHAP WBRG WTOX

92.3 FM 107.9 FM 1340 AM 104.5 FM/1050 AM 1480 AM

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TCU

at Southern Mississippi

Sept. 12

Sept. 19

at Delaware State WINSTONSALEM STATE

at Wagner

MONMOUTH

at St. Francis (PA)

at Miami

BOSTON COLLEGE

at Clemson

at Virginia Tech

Nov. 7

Nov. 14

Nov. 21

Nov. 8

ALBANY

DUKE

Oct. 31 HOFSTRA

at Morgan State

at Villanova

at Navy

JAMES MADISON

HOWARD

at Florida A&M

at Bryant

GEORGIA TECH

Oct. 24

at Towson

HAMPTON

at Duat W&Mquesne

at Maryland

Oct. 17

UMASS

SOUTH CAROLINA ST.

at W&M

BETHUNECOOKMAN

ROBERT MORRIS

INDIANA

Oct. 10

DELAWARE STATE

W&M

DELAWARE

at Towson

at Richmond

RHODE ISLAND

at James Madison

at New Hampshire

W&M

NU

at Penn

at Rhode Island

HOFSTRA

at UMass

at New Hampshire

TOWSON

W&M

HOLY CROSS

at Villanova

YOUNGSTOWN ST.

MAINE

LEHIGH

NU

at North Carolina A&T RICHMOND

at Temple

Villanova

at Boston College

WEST CHESTER

Delaware

VIRGINIA STATE

Norfolk State

at Maine

at Columbia

at W&M

at Lehigh

Central Conn. St.

SACRED HEART

at North Carolina

Oct. 3

Sept. 26

W&M

Virginia

Sept. 5

Sept. 4

Sept. 3

Date

TOWSON

at UMass

MAINE

at Delaware

at W&M

VILLANOVA

RICHMOND

at Hofstra

at Liberty

VMI

at Maryland

JMU

NU

at Maine

at New Hampshire

W&M

at Villanova

HOFSTRA

TOWSON

at Brown

at UConn

at UMass

FORDHAM

Rhode Island

at James Madison

VILLANOVA

at W&M

RICHMOND

at NU

DELAWARE

at Rhode Island

NEW HAMPSHIRE

at Morgan State

COASTAL CAROLINA

at Northwestern

Towson

MAINE

at W&M

RHODE ISLAND

NU

at Hofstra

at UMass

VILLANOVA

at Towson T

DARTMOUTH

at Ball State

ST. FRANCIS (PA)

New Hampshire

W&M

at Georgetown

VILLANOVA

at Towson T

UMASS

at Maine

at James Madison

VMI

HOFSTRA

at Delaware

at Duke

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he Jimmye Laycock Football Center is a 30,000-square foot state-of-the-art building that stands as a tribute to the College’s long and proud football tradition. This great past is brought to life in the building’s foyer. Working with the design firm Forty Nine Degrees, great moments, outstanding players and championship trophies are compellingly displayed as a visual history of the program. The new design comes complete with an interactive video display screen.


@ Virginia Sept. 5 • 6 p.m. Charlottesville, Va.

Cent. Conn. St. Sept. 12 • 7 p.m. Williamsburg, Va.

@ Norfolk St. Sept. 19 • 6 p.m. Norfolk, Va.

Delaware Sept. 26 • 7 p.m. Williamsburg, Va.

@ Villanova Oct. 3 • 7 p.m. Villanova, Pa.

@ Northeastern Oct. 10 • 1 p.m. Brookline, Mass.

James Madison Oct. 24 • Noon • HC Williamsburg, Va.

@ Rhode Island Oct. 31 • 1 p.m. Kingston, R.I.