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Table of Contents 2003 Outlook Team Preview ............................................................................................. 4-8 Preseason Depth Chart ................................................................................ 9 Team Rosters .......................................................................................... 10-11 Geographic Breakdown/Pronunciation Chart ...................................... 12

2003 Opponents Western Michigan, VMI, Northeastern ................................................... 14 Maine, Delaware, UMass ........................................................................... 15 JMU, Rhode Island, Hofstra ...................................................................... 16 New Hampshire, Richmond ..................................................................... 17 Tribe Travel Plans ....................................................................................... 17 Atlantic 10 Football Conference .......................................................... 18-19 All-time vs. 2003 Opponents ..................................................................... 20

Coaching Staff Head Coach Jimmye Laycock .............................................................. 22-23 Assistant Coaches .................................................................................. 24-27 Sports Medicine .......................................................................................... 28 Administrative Support Staff .................................................................... 29 Strength Training ........................................................................................ 30

The 2003 Tribe Returning Player Profiles ..................................................................... 32-53 Freshmen Profiles .................................................................................. 54-56

2002 in Review Game-by-Game Box Scores .................................................................. 58-61 2002 Honors and Awards .......................................................................... 62 2002 Statistics .......................................................................................... 63-64

History W&M Football Timeline ....................................................................... 66-67 W&M in the Pros ........................................................................................ 68 All-Americans ............................................................................................. 69 All-Time Honors and Awards .............................................................. 70-73 The Record Book .................................................................................... 74-77 vs. All Opponents ....................................................................................... 78 All-time Coaches and Captains ................................................................ 79 Walk-on Hall of Fame ................................................................................ 80 All-Time Roster ...................................................................................... 81-86 Year-by-Year Results .............................................................................. 87-91 Zable Stadium ............................................................................................. 92

The College Athletics Directors ...................................................................................... 94 Athletics Administration ........................................................................... 95 Campus Administration ............................................................................ 96 Tribe Club .................................................................................................... 97 W&M at a Glance ........................................................................................ 98 W&M Athletics ............................................................................................ 99 Student Support Services ........................................................................ 100 Facilities ..................................................................................................... 101 Media Information ................................................................................... 102 Media Outlets ............................................................................................ 103 Composite Schedule ................................................................................. 104

2003 W&M Football Quick Facts General Information Location: Williamsburg, Virginia Founded: 1693 Enrollment: 5,560 Nickname: Tribe School Colors: Green, Gold and Silver Stadium: Walter J. Zable Stadium at Cary Field (13,279) Surface: Natural Grass Conference: Atlantic 10 Football President: Timothy J. Sullivan (W&M, 1966) Athletics Director: Terry Driscoll (Boston College, 1969) History First year of football: 1893 Bowl/playoff record: 6-7 (2-6 in Division I-AA) Years in postseason play: 11 (six in Division I-AA) Last playoff appearance: 2001 Result: L, 40-27, at Appalachian State, First Round All-time record: 479-476-41 Tribe Coaching Staff Head Coach: Jimmye Laycock (W&M, 1970) Record at W&M: 154-105-2 (23 years) Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Zbig Kepa, Bob Solderitch, Tom Clark, Levern Belin, Wayne Lineburg, Matt McLeod, Trevor Andrews, Jaime Elizondo, Marc Matthie Strength and Conditioning: John Sauer Head Athletic Trainer: Steve Cole Team Information Affiliations: NCAA Division I-AA, Atlantic 10 Football, Eastern College Athletic Conference 2002 Record: 6-5 Conference Finish: 5-4, fifth place Final Ranking: N/A Basic Offense: Pro-Style Basic Defense: Multiple 4-3 Letterwinners Returning: 37 Offense: 15 Defense: 20 Specialists: 2 Letterwinners Lost: 13 Offense: 6 Defense: 7 Specialists: 0 Sports Information Sports Information Director: Pete Clawson Phone: (757) 221-3369 E-mail: pmclaw@wm.edu Web Site: www.TribeAthletics.com

The 2003 W&M Football Media Guide is a production of the W&M Sports Information Department, Pete Clawson, Director. This media guide was written, typeset, designed and edited in house on a Macintosh, using Adobe PageMaker 6.5 and Photoshop 6.0 by Pete Clawson and Mario Machi. Contributing Editors: Dan Wakely, Paul Ring and Chris Poore. Special Thanks to Guy Crittenden ‘84 of Digital Productions, Inc (www.getphoto.com/www.guycrittenden.com) for designing the front cover and for his photographic contributions. Photography: Al Owens, Bob Keroack, Guy Crittenden, Mark Erikson, Rich Clarkson & Associates, Jim Gleason, the Green Bay Packers, Buffalo Bills and Pete Clawson. Printing: Central Lithographic Printing, Lynchburg, VA

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2003 Outlook The 2003 season promises to be a year of challenges and excitement for William and Mary football. Coming off of a 6-5 ledger, its 10th winning season in the last 11 years, one of the Tribe’s challenges will come in the form of replacing and rebuilding an offensive line that lost three starters to graduation and a valuable reserve to injury. Excitement will come in many forms, as preseason All-America wide receiver Rich Musinski will be returning to lead a promising young offensive attack, while 2002 first team all-conference cornerback Billy Parker will be one of six veterans returning to the College’s defense. At the forefront of it all will be Tribe head coach Jimmye Laycock, who is entering his 24th year at the helm of the College’s program. Already the winningest coach in W&M’s long football history, Laycock figures to have the Green and Gold poised for even greater success in 2003. Despite the loss of quarterback Dave Corley, Jr., the school’s all-time leading passer, along with All-America offensive lineman Dwight Beard, William and Mary will look to once again field an explosive offense, fueled by Musinski. The senior Payton Award candidate is already the school’s all-time leader in receiving yards and will look to rewrite the entire record book in 2003. A co-captain, Musinski has already made his way into the conference and national record books, in addition to his place in W&M’s history, and can improve his standing in all of those categories with another strong showing this season. A durable player with great hands and outstanding speed and athleticism, Musinski reached the 1,000-yard (13 games), 2,000-yard (23 games) and 3,000-yard (31 games) marks faster than receiver in Tribe history. One difference in the Tribe lineup this year will be that Musinski’s acrobatic catches will be delivered from the arm of junior Lang Campbell, who replaces Corley behind center for W&M. Campbell has spent the past two seasons as the top reserve to Corley, and is coming off yet another solid spring showing.His size (6-3, 200 pounds) and athleticism make him a tough player to match up with for opposing defense. The Tribe’s aerial attack will also benefit greatly from the talents of punishing junior tailback Jon Smith, who led the squad with 838 yards and 10 touchdowns last year. Add in a pair of returnees with outstanding potential in Steven Hargrove and Delmus Coley and the College figures to have the makings of one of the best tailback corps in the Atlantic 10. Smith is an excellent North-South runner with the ability to break tackles, and a knack for finding the end zone, as evidenced by his 22 rushing touchdowns through his first two years. Hargrove showed flashes of brilliance last year with a pair of long touchdown runs (both over 50 yards) among his 327 yards on the ground. Coley, an electric redshirt freshman, has outstanding speed and a solid all-around game. The exclamation point of the ground game comes at fullback, where Nick Rogers provides a complete physical package. A devastating lead blocker, Rogers is also a strong, physical ball carrier with the speed to finish runs. An inexperienced but promising young unit up

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front composes the Tribe’s offensive line. Returning to anchor the line are senior Steve Stocki, junior Matthew Witham and sophomore Patrick Mulloy. Stocki started the first games at center last year before an injury halted his season, and he is slated to start at right guard. Mulloy moved in at center after Stocki’s injury, and was very productive in the role. Witham, meanwhile, consistently graded out as one of the team’s top linemen, and is firmly entrenched at tackle. On the defensive side of the ball, the Tribe’s swarming attack is led by a pair of senior All-America candidates in the defensive backfield – Parker and Marques Bobo. Bobo, the strong safety, leads an experienced group of hard-hitting safeties that do everything, from moving up to stop the run to coming up with a big interception. The senior co-captain is a gifted athlete with an outstanding work ethic. At corner, Parker led the A10 in both interceptions (five) and passes defended (20) last season. He has great speed and agility, and is a very instinctive player who has a knack for making plays on the ball. Lining up on the other end of the field is sophomore Stephen Cason, who showed his ability last fall in a very successful first year on the field. A versatile athlete with the potential to be an all-conference player, Cason possesses outstanding athleticism and ball skills. Senior Paul Carpenter is the leader of a young but talented Tribe linebacking corps. The squad’s leading returning tackler, Carpenter is an all-conference performer with very solid techniques who will start at one outside linebacker spot. On the defensive front, senior Donté Lewis and junior Jerome Griffin, Jr. lead the way at the two defensive end spots. Lewis is an aggressive pass rusher and solid run stopper, while Griffin’s penchant for playmaking has been shown in his first two seasons with the Tribe. On the inside, sophomore Larry Pendleton had a good true freshman campaign, and junior Michael McCarthy is also back, as the College tries to replace departed seniors Marcus Washington and Todd Garland. W&M’s special teams units look to be strong this year, as well. Both specialists are returning, as sophomore Greg Kuehn and junior Mike Mesi are back at placekicker and punter, respectively. Both are candidates for all-conference honors, and Kuehn is the league’s top returning scorer among kickers. The return units also show major potential. W&M led the A10 in kickoff returns last year, and Hargrove and Cason are back to pick up where they left off in that regard. Musinski will return punts, along with fellow team captain Bobo, and both have the explosiveness needed to be successful in that endeavor. The following is a position-by-position breakdown of the 2003 Tribe:

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2003 Outlook Quarterbacks Despite the loss of Dave Corley, Jr. to graduation, the cupboard is far from bare for W&M at the quarterback position. After spending the past three seasons learning at Corley’s side, the coaching staff is extremely confident in the abilities of Lang Campbell. A competitive player with good arm strength, Campbell is an intelligent signal caller who also has the speed to scramble out of the pocket when necessary. In his limited game experience as Corley’s backup the past two years, Campbell has completed 15 of 23 passes for 210 yards and two touchdowns. While his game action has been brief, he has spent the past two springs working extensively with the first team and has displayed outstanding leadership skills and a strong working knowledge of the team’s intricate attack. Behind Campbell on the depth chart is sophomore Jacob Lewis, who displayed a strong arm and good mobility in spring drills. Lewis has gained a better working knowledge of the Tribe’s offensive schemes each year at W&M. Also in the picture at QB is sophomore Ben Lawrence, who saw a lot of action in spring drills and has gained a better grasp of the Tribe offense. In addition, redshirt freshmen Corey Davis and Christian Taylor are back after working with the scout team last year. Both have good arm strength and will develop with more reps.

Tailbacks After a record-breaking first two seasons with the Tribe, junior Jon Smith returns for his second season as the starting tailback. Smith set the school record for rushing touchdowns (13) by a freshman in 2001, and had one of the most prolific single-game performances by a tailback in school history last year when he ran for 198 yards in a 34-27 win over New Hampshire. A third-team all-conference selection last season, Smith is a between-the-tackles runner who has the ability to wear down opposing defenses. He has scored 22 rushing touchdowns in his first two years in Williamsburg, averaging nearly one per game in his career. Backing up Smith at tailback is sophomore Steven Hargrove, who showed signs of promise as a redshirt freshman in 2002. Hargrove scored on two touchdown runs of over 50 yards, broke the 100-yard mark on two occasions and was also named Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week once in his first year on the field. Bringing a new element to the College's backfield this fall is redshirt freshman Delmus Coley, a speedy back who has had an outstanding spring. The staff will look to Coley to use his elusive and explosive style to provide the squad with the big play.

Fullbacks Senior Nick Rogers, a major contributor a year ago behind the graduated Corey Paxton, comes into the fall as the starter at the fullback position. Rogers, an excellent blocker, is a very physical runner with good ball skills, as evidenced by his three receiving touchdowns last season. One of the strongest all-around players on the roster, Rogers brings explosive ability (35.5-inch vertical leap; 540-pound squat) to the backfield. Backing up Rogers is talented redshirt freshman Trevor McLaurin, a young fullback with potential to develop into a standout performer. A versatile athlete with outstanding speed and agility, McLaurin could also see action at tailback. Redshirt freshman LeVince Parrott also played well during spring drills and

should continue to develop with improved size and strength. Developing sophomore Chris Faha will continue to work on his technique and understanding of the Tribe's offensive schemes this fall. Faha has good size and solid ball skills for the position and provides the team with quality depth.

Tight Ends William and Mary is fortunate to have two experienced tight ends returning in senior Zach Smith and sophomore Adam Bratton. Smith returned from a shoulder injury to contribute toward the end of the 2002 season, and has seen more game action than any other tight end. He possesses a good understanding of the Tribe offense and is a solid blocker and receiver. Bratton saw plenty of action last year behind graduated senior Ian Kemp while Smith was injured, and responded with an impressive season that saw him average 18.4 yards per catch, second on the squad, including one touchdown. Coming off a solid spring, Bratton has the size and athleticism to be an impact player. A pair of redshirt freshmen, Matt Trinkle and Jordan Troester will add to the College's depth at tight end. Trinkle is coming off of a strong spring, which has positioned him for the chance to contribute this fall. Troester, meanwhile, is recovering from a foot injury and is looking to improve on his strength while gaining more experience in the Tribe's offensive system.

Wide Receivers Most outsiders may think that the 2003 William and Mary wide receiving corps starts and ends with All-America candidate Rich Musinski. But while Musinski's exploits are well-documented and his accolades well-deserved, he is surrounded by a group of talented young wideouts who all have the potential to break a game open. Along with Musinski, senior Danny Wade and juniors Josh Lustig, John Pitts and Dominique Thompson are all returnees who have seen extensive game action in their careers. Few receivers have come through Williamsburg with the chance to make the impact in the record books that Musinski could make by the end of his career. Already the school's all-time leading receiver with 3,280 yards, Musinski needs just 30 receptions to break Dave Conklin's school-record in that category. He is just 665 yards shy of the Atlantic 10 career receiving yardage mark. Nationally, he will break Jerry Rice's Division I-AA record for career 100-yard receiving games if he breaks the 100-yard barrier eight times this year. Also, Musinski is currently seventh in NCAA history with 96.5 receiving yards per game in his career. With a combination of outstanding ball skills, great speed and the athleticism to match, Musinski has all the tools necessary to excel. Slated to start opposite Musinski is Wade, a fellow senior. With good size (6-5, 210 pounds) and speed (4.5-second 40-yard dash), Wade has the ability to be a top contributor. He had an excellent spring and should have the opportunity to move up to the next level in the fall. Wade finished second on the squad last year with 24 catches for 279 yards and three touchdowns.

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2003 Outlook Musinski's understudy at wideout is Lustig, who has shown potential in his first two seasons. Despite missing a significant portion of the spring with an injury, Lustig should play a key role in the receiving rotation this fall. A physical player with good hands, Lustig has proven his ability to run after a catch, and also possesses good blocking skills. Pitts, who stands a solid 6-3, 215 pounds, has good size and athleticism for his position and is coming off a good spring showing. With continued improvement, look for him to make an impact in the lineup this fall. Thompson returns as a key component in the receiving corps. After having seen game action in each of his first two seasons, Thompson brings good speed and size to the position. Much like Pitts, as he continues to mature and develop in the Tribe system, his potential to be a major contributor grows with him. Also looking to add depth for W&M at WR are junior Andy Lovorn and a group of redshirt freshmen in Derek Coppess, Nathan Holston, Daniel Payne and John Taylor. Lovorn has a chance to contribute with increased rep time, as he has a good combination of size, strength and speed.

Offensive Line Losing All-American Dwight Beard, all-conference performer Ray Loffredo and two-year starter Dave Dunn has brought a new look to the William and Mary offensive line. With just three returnees with significant game experience, a group of youngsters with loads of potential will see the majority of the action up front. Returning to lead the linemen are senior Steve Stocki, juniors Matthew Witham and sophomore Pat Mulloy. Slated to start at right guard, Stocki began last season as the Tribe's center before an injury cut his year short. With a good command of the offense, as well as solid size and strength, Stocki is in position to lead the Tribe's five-man front. Mulloy moved into the starting center position halfway through last season after Stocki's injury and performed admirably in his absence. A much-improved player over his first three years with the program, Mulloy has improved his size, strength and leadership during his tenure. A hardnosed competitor, he provides consistent play at the center position. Witham was impressive at right tackle for W&M last year, and should continue to improve this season. He has made dramatic im-

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provements and is one of the anchors for the Tribe line. Also slated to start on the line are sophomores Matt Morgan and Ryan Lumm. Morgan is returning from a knee injury, but has shown promise. With his physical tools, there is no reason to believe that he cannot step in and provide an impact at left tackle for the Tribe. Next to Morgan, Lumm is looking to step up as the left guard. The 6-foot-3, 265-pound Lumm improved both his size and strength in the off-season and is poised to be a major contributor, as he possesses good feet and technique for his position. The Tribe's depth on the offensive line will be tested, as junior Terrance Johnson will not return from off-season knee surgery. A number of players will look to step up in Johnson's absence. One of those will be sophomore Michael Grenz, who turned in a very productive spring. Grenz is listed as the backup center, but is capable of playing anywhere on the offensive line. Redshirt freshman Jake Walker also has a chance to contribute. Walker battled through some injuries in the spring, but if he improves his strength and recovers from his injuries, he can help the Tribe out at left guard. Behind Stocki at right guard is redshirt freshman Stephen Ball. With continued excellent work ethic, Ball could see action on the right side of the line. Backing up Witham at right tackle is redshirt freshman Brian Neely, who worked with the scout team last year. Neely is being counted on to improve his level of play this year in order to have a chance at contributing. Converted sophomore defensive tackle Matt Ridjaneck will bring his 6-5, 265-pound frame to the Tribe’s offensive line, starting this fall after spending the past two seasons with the defensive unit. The other player with a chance to be in the mix on the offensive line is Atul Sharma, who has missed the past two seasons due to illness and is hoping to work his way back into action.

Defensive Backs The strength of defensive coordinator Tom Clark's unit looks to be the secondary, with two All-America candidates among the corps of excellent athletes. Seniors Marques Bobo and Billy Parker are the driving force in the Tribe unit, and are two of the top returnees in the country at their positions. Bobo, the starting strong safety, is a very instinctive playmaker who is one of the top impact players in the league, if not the nation. A co-captain and “quarterback� in the defensive backfield, he has an explosive combination of speed and agility that enables him to patrol the entire field with outstanding vision. Parker, a 6-1, 195-pound cornerback, led the conference in interceptions (five) and passes defended (20) last season. He is a prototype corner with sub 4.5-second speed and solid ball skills. A very experienced defender, Parker gives the team one of the top covermen in the nation. A candidate for national honors, Parker earned a first-team all-conference citation last year, and with continued improvement, there is no reason to believe that the honors won't multiply this year. Another returning starter in the secondary, sophomore Stephen Cason, is also a candidate for postseason honors. An athletic corner who was impressive in his first year as a starter, Cason has the skill to be a top performer in the defensive backfield. Cason's combination of athleticism, ball skills and explosiveness give him the abili-

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2003 Outlook ties of a top-notch corner. A testament to his athleticism is the fact that he established a team position record in the squat this summer by hoisting 560-pounds during testing. At free safety, junior Corey Patterson and sophomore Jonathan Shaw will battle for playing time in the fall. Patterson saw considerable action last season and had a great spring, with improved tackling and confidence being the biggest differences in his game. Shaw, on the other hand, capped a remarkable comeback from a lacerated kidney suffered in the Hofstra game to compete in spring drills. He showed tremendous perseverance in his comeback from the injury. A very physical and punishing safety, Shaw is a big hitter who also has a nose for the ball. Another player expected to see extensive action is sophomore James Miller, who moved to safety from corner after playing in multiple games last season. Miller is a very talented young athlete who had a great spring. With good football instincts and excellent size and speed, he has all the tools necessary to contribute to the College's cause. Junior Craig Patterson recovered from an injury suffered early in spring camp to have a good outing in the final spring scrimmage and enters the fall as a backup to Bobo at strong safety. An aggressive player with good tackling ability, Patterson has proven knowledge of William and Mary's defensive schemes that should go a long way in earning him more playing time. Sophomore Chris Kimber moved from fullback to defensive back during the spring and has the athletic ability to earn a chance at playing time in the secondary. Redshirt freshman Richard Riley, Parker's backup at corner, showed continued improvement this spring. With more work in the fall, Riley has the potential to compete for playing time. Another redshirt freshman, Alan Wheeling, has impressed the coaching staff with his football savvy, good footwork and balance. Cedric Slye moved from running back to defensive back during spring drills, and the athletic redshirt freshman showed his improvements throughout the entire session, culminating with his best showing of the spring in the Green-Gold game. Leonard Muldrow has made strides since his arrival on campus, and with continued understanding of the defensive schemes, should help add depth to the secondary. Zach Stout joined the team last fall, and with increased knowledge of the system, will continue to get better.

Linebackers The heart and soul of the Tribe defense, senior linebacker Paul Carpenter, leads a talented young linebacking corps under the tutelage of new position coach Matt McLeod. Carpenter, the squad's top returning tackler, improved throughout the 2002 season, which culminated with him earning third-team All-Atlantic 10 honors. A very consistent performer, Carpenter showed his ability to be a playmaker throughout the spring session. His biggest strengths are his good technique and grasp of the team’s scheme. The other two linebacker spots are up for the taking by a pair of sophomores. On the outside with Carpenter is Chris Ndubueze, a 6-foot-1, 237-pound sophomore. A hard worker, Ndubueze impressed in sporadic action last year as a true freshman. Patrolling the inside is sophomore Chris Outlaw, an explosive performer with good recognition skills who has the second-most game experience of any of the returnees at linebacker (behind Carpenter). The surprise of the spring season, redshirt freshman Ryan Nickell, has the ability to contribute at outside linebacker. Nickell emerged as one of the team's leading playmakers in spring drills showing an impressive ability for getting to the ball. Sophomore Travis McLaurin saw limited action as a true freshman last year, and is slated to back up Outlaw on the inside. A hard-working youngster, McLaurin has a good motor and should improve with more repetitions. Another junior, Thad Wheeler, was improving dramatically before an injury cut short his spring practice session. In addition, a pair of players who joined the Tribe last fall, Charlie Clarke and Kyle Floberg, should add to W&M's depth in the linebacking corps.

Defensive Line Senior DontÊ Lewis is the leader of the W&M defensive front, and with his 31 career games played, he is the most experienced of any returnee on the line. With good pass rush skills and the ability to stop the run, Lewis has the chance to contend for postseason honors at defensive end. On the opposite size of Lewis at the Bandit defensive end spot is junior Jerome Griffin, Jr. An instinctive talent, Griffin’s 60 tackles last year the tops among returning players on the defensive line. A complete athletic package, Griffin seems poised to have a break out season in 2003 as he enters his third season as a contributor.

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2003 Outlook William and Mary has the advantage of two specialists returning after very good initial seasons with the Tribe. Sophomore Greg Kuehn was an all-state and all-conference placekicker in his first year after hitting 14 field goals, including a long of 51 yards. Along with Kuehn, junior punter Mike Mesi also had an extremely successful year in 2002. Mesi averaged over 39 yards per punt, with nine of his kicks downed inside the opponent’s 20-yard line. Redshirt freshman John Pritchard had an impressive spring and heads into the fall as the primary backup at placekicker. W&M’s return units appear to be solid, as the Tribe led the Atlantic 10 in kickoff return average last year. Hargrove and Cason are back to resume their roles as the deep men on the kick return team after both had very good outings last year in the spot. Musinski is also available to lend his playmaking ability for punt return duties, which he has assumed for the past two seasons. With the loss of starters Todd Garland and Marcus Washington to graduation, W&M will have two new starters on the inside, though the candidates for the jobs are game-tested. At one defensive tackle position, massive sophomore Larry Pendleton is penciled in as the starter. Pendleton, who stands a solid 6-3, 285 pounds, saw considerable action as a true freshman in 2002, and should continue to improve with more reps. A regular member of the defensive line rotation last year, Pendleton has the size and quickness to be an effective run-stopper and pass rusher. Junior Michael McCarthy is slated to join Pendleton as the other interior lineman. McCarthy played 20 games in his first two seasons and has good strength for his position. He made 24 tackles, including one sack, last season. His strength and size (6-3, 260) make him a standout in slowing the oppositions’ running game. The winner of this year’s Winter Warrior Award for dedication to off-season conditioning, junior defensive end Wade Harrell, is being counted on as a playmaker for the 2003 Tribe. One of the team’s top pass rushers, Harrell contributed three tackles for loss, two interceptions and a fumble recovery last season. At 6-6, 250 pounds, sophomore Adam O’Connor has the size to be a dominating presence on the defensive line and will be counted on to provide quality depth this fall. Junior Justin Kelly made great strides during spring drills and will be an asset for the College at defensive tackle. A solid run stopper with good knowledge of the defensive schemes, Kelly was one of the team’s most improved players in the spring. Redshirt freshmen Bobby Daush and Josh Wright will add depth for W&M on the defensive front. Daush moved to defensive tackle from defensive end this spring, and made progress each day at the new position. Wright is one of the most intense players on the squad, and has an aggressive style that impressed the coaching staff in spring drills.

The Schedule Competing in one of the toughest Division I-AA conferences in the nation, it’s a given that William and Mary will field a tough schedule against some of country’s top teams. It’s no different this year, as the Tribe will battle nine conference foes in addition to longtime rival VMI and Division I-A school Western Michigan. The Tribe opens the season on the road in Kalamazoo, Michigan, for its first-ever meeting with Western Michigan on Sept. 6. W&M then travels to Lexington, Virginia, in search of a victory against the Keydets. After that, it’s a third-straight road game to begin the year, as the College starts conference play against last year’s A10 co-champ and preseason No. 1 national pick Northeastern. W&M returns home for the 1,000th game in school history, a battle against conference foe Maine on Sept. 27. The following week, the Tribe travels to Delaware for a night game against the rival Blue Hens. After that, W&M returns home for games against Massachusetts and James Madison before traveling to Rhode Island on Oct. 25 for a game against the Rams. William and Mary closes the final month of the season with a Homecoming clash against Hofstra on Nov. 1, before a bye week and its home finale against New Hampshire on Nov. 15. The regular season is capped by a trip to Richmond for another chapter in the oldest rivalry in the South, as the Spiders and Tribe will battle for the 113th time. Despite the challenges of a tough schedule, a new quarterback and the loss of several key veterans, there’s reason for optimism in Williamsburg. With Musinski’s assault on the record books and Laycock continuing to add to his legend, the 110th season of Tribe football should add another chapter to the storied legacy of the program.

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Preseason Depth Chart TRIBE DEFENSE

TRIBE OFFENSE WR 44 33

RICH MUSINSKI Josh Lustig

SR Jr

6-1 5-9

195 175

DE 95 51

JEROME GRIFFIN, JR. Wade Harrell

JR Jr

6-3 6-2

240 230

LT 79 65

Matt Morgan Matt Ridjaneck

So So

6-6 6-5

325 260

DT 58 96

Larry Pendleton Justin Kelly

So Jr

6-3 6-2

285 260

LG 63 66

Ryan Lumm Jake Walker

So RF

6-3 6-3

265 265

DT 99 92

Michael McCarthy Bobby Daush

Jr RF

6-3 6-2

260 240

C 59 75

PATRICK MULLOY Michael Grenz

SO So

6-3 6-3

285 282

DE 90 97

DONTÉ LEWIS Adam O’Connor

SR So

6-3 6-6

255 250

RG 61 60

Steve Stocki Stephen Ball

Sr RF

6-3 6-3

285 280

ILB 53 52

Chris Outlaw Travis McLaurin

So So

6-0 5-11

208 226

RT 78 57

MATTHEW WITHAM Brian Neely

JR RF

6-6 6-4

330 275

OLB 54 34

Chris Ndubueze Thad Wheeler

So Jr

6-1 6-1

237 215

TE 89 40

Zach Smith Adam Bratton

Sr So

6-2 6-3

250 245

OLB 37 55

PAUL CARPENTER Ryan Nickell

SR RF

6-1 6-2

210 206

WR 41 3

DANNY WADE Dominique Thompson

SR Jr

6-5 6-1

210 185

FS 6 35

Corey Patterson Jonathan Shaw

Jr So

5-11 6-0

190 190

QB 12 11

Lang Campbell Jacob Lewis

Jr So

6-3 6-1

200 180

CB 22 21

STEPHEN CASON James Miller

SO So

6-0 6-1

202 195

TB 2 1

JON SMITH Steven Hargrove

JR So

6-1 6-1

210 240

CB 17 36

BILLY PARKER Richard Riley

SR RF

6-1 6-1

195 175

FB 24 23

Nick Rogers Trevor McLaurin

Sr RF

5-11 5-11

220 195

SS 9 5

MARQUES BOBO Craig Patterson

SR Jr

5-10 5-11

195 197

PK 25 91

GREG KUEHN John Pritchard

SO RF

6-2 5-11

195 209

P 13 91

MIKE MESI John Pritchard

JR RF

6-0 5-11

190 209

KR 1 22

STEVEN HARGROVE Stephen Cason

SO So

6-1 6-0

240 202

PR 44 9

RICH MUSINSKI Marques Bobo

SR Sr

6-1 5-10

195 195

Returning Starters in BOLD CAPS

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Team Rosters No. 82 60 9 64 40 84 12 37 22 50 73 32 86 92 15 43 49 75 95 1 51 88 67 87 7 70 96 45 25 16 90 11 18 63 33 99 52 23 13 21 79 68 4 59 44 54 57 27 55 97 39 72 46 53 38 17 26 6 5 81 98 58

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Name Baker, Eric Ball, Stephen Bobo, Marques Bowles, Jason Bratton, Adam Burrow, Brandon Campbell, Lang Carpenter, Paul Cason, Stephen Clarke, Charlie Cochran, Brent Coley II, Delmus Coppess, Derek Daush, Bobby Davis, Corey Faha, Chris Floberg, Kyle Grenz, Michael Griffin, Jr., Jerome Hargrove, Steven Harrell, Wade Holston, Nathan Horvath, Ryan Jackson, Paris Jacobs, John Jones, Ryan Kelly, Justin Kimber, Chris Kuehn, Greg Lawrence, Ben Lewis, Donté Lewis, Jacob Lovorn, Andy Lumm, Ryan Lustig, Josh McCarthy, Michael McLaurin, Travis McLaurin, Trevor Mesi, Mike Miller, James Morgan, Matt Morris, Cody Muldrow, Leonard Mulloy, Patrick Musinski, Rich Ndubueze, Chris Neely, Brian Nicholas, Joseph Nickell, Ryan O’Connor, Adam O’Neill, T.J. Oliver, Justin Otey, Matt Outlaw, Chris Page, David Parker, Billy Parrott, LeVince Patterson, Corey Patterson, Craig Payne, Daniel Pearce, B.J. Pendleton, Larry

Cl Fr RF Sr Fr So Fr Jr Sr So RF Fr RF RF RF RF So RF So Jr So Jr RF Fr Fr Fr Fr Jr So So So Sr So Jr So Jr Jr So RF Jr So So Fr RF So Sr So RF Fr RF So Fr Fr Fr So Fr Sr RF Jr Jr RF Fr So

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

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

Wt 185 280 200 240 245 175 200 210 202 225 280 195 180 240 190 210 215 282 240 240 230 190 210 200 190 240 260 212 195 180 255 180 200 265 175 260 226 195 190 195 325 275 175 285 195 237 275 205 206 250 220 270 190 208 180 195 170 190 197 195 235 285

High School Montoursville Hylton Charlotte Latin Phoebus Montoursville Colonial Heights Handley Handley James River Highland Park South Lakes Floyd Kellam Lakewood Christian Brothers Deep Creek Good Counsel Jesuit Wayne Hills Crestwood Woodberry Forest Smithfield Monacan Midlothian Westfield Gaithersburg Blacksburg Lafayette Watkins Mill Potomac Falls Gloucester Eleanor Roosevelt Cave Spring Myers Park Santa Margarita Cathedral Prep Cumberland Valley Thomas McKean Thomas McKean Monmouth Regional Lake Taylor Joe T. Robinson Hazelton Area Ocean Lakes Salesianum Wyoming Area Dematha Lee Davis Hazelton Area Tabb Ragsdale Tabor Academy Gettysburg Hershey Johnson County Cardinal Mooney Atlee Lafayette New Kent New Kent Cave Spring Halifax County Booker T. Washington

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Hometown Montoursville, PA Dumfries, VA Charlotte, NC Hampton, VA Montoursville, PA Colonial Heights, VA Winchester, VA Winchester, VA Richmond, VA Highland Park, TX Reston, VA Virginia Beach, VA Lake Odessa, MI Memphis, TN Chesapeake, VA Silver Spring, MD Portland, OR Wayne, NJ Sumter, SC Alexandria, VA Smithfield, VA Mechanicsville, VA Midlothian, VA Centreville, VA Gaithersburg, MD Blacksburg, VA Williamsburg, VA Gaithersburg, MD Potomac Falls, VA Gloucester, VA Bowie, MD Roanoke, VA Charlotte, NC Mission Viejo, CA Erie, PA Mechanicsburg, PA Wilmington, DE Wilmington, DE Eatontown, NJ Norfolk, VA Little Rock, AR Jeansville, PA Virginia Beach, VA West Chester, PA West Pittston, PA Lanham, MD Mechanicsville, VA Sugarloaf, PA Yorktown, VA Greensboro, NC Duxbury, MA Fairfield, PA Hershey, PA Wrightsville, GA Sarasota, FL Mechanicsville, VA Williamsburg, VA New Kent, VA New Kent, VA Roanoke, VA Vernon Hill, VA Norfolk, VA


Team Rosters 19 10 91 74 65 36 24 56 35 47 28 2 89 71 61 29 14 80 3 85 83 69 30 41 66 93 42 34 8 77 78 94 48

Pitts, Jr., John Potts, Michael Pritchard, John Pugh, Brandon Ridjaneck, Matt Riley, Richard Rogers, Nick Sharma, Atul Shaw, Jonathan Shepherd, Marcus Slye, Cedric Smith, Jon Smith, Zach Stewart, Brad Stocki, Steve Stout, Zachary Taylor, Christian Taylor, John Thompson, Dominique Trinkle, Matt Troester, Jordan Turner, William Viola, Tony Wade, Danny Walker, Jake Watson, Jonas Wertman, Ryan Wheeler, Thad Wheeling, Alan Williamson, Brian Witham, Matthew Wright, Josh Yocum, Nic

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 32 33 34

Hargrove, Steven Smith, Jonathan Thompson, Dominique Muldrow, Leonard Patterson, Craig Patterson, Corey Jacobs, John Wheeling, Alan Bobo, Marques Potts, Michael Lewis, Jacob Campbell, Lang Mesi, Michael Taylor, Christian Davis, Corey Lawrence, Ben Parker, Billy Lovorn, Andy Pitts, Jr., John Miller, James Cason, Stephen McLaurin, Trevor Rogers, Nick Kuehn, Greg Parrott, LeVince Nicholas, Joseph Slye, Cedric Stout, Zachary Viola, Tony Coley II, Delmus Lustig, Josh Wheeler, Thad

Jr Fr RF Fr So RF Sr So So Fr RF Jr Sr Fr Sr RF RF RF Jr RF RF Fr Fr Sr RF So Jr Jr RF Fr Jr RF Fr

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

6-3 6-4 5-11 6-3 6-5 6-1 5-11 6-3 6-0 5-11 5-10 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-3 5-10 6-4 6-1 6-1 6-4 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-5 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-1 5-9 6-4 6-6 6-2 6-1 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 63 64 65 66 67

215 205 209 250 265 175 220 290 190 200 182 210 250 280 285 185 185 180 185 232 210 220 220 210 265 240 200 215 170 255 330 227 205

East Forsyth Middletown Atlee Indian River Center Gaithersburg Garfield Eleanor Roosevelt Lake Brantley Parkdale St. Johns Country Day Delone Catholic Bethel Park Liberty Lee-Davis Grafton St. Albans Riverside Allentown Cent. Cath. New Kent Franklin County Stonewall Jackson Martinsville Lafayette Bethel Marian Catholic Sequoyah Pulaski County Whiteville Tatnall School Amherst County State College

Shaw, Jonathan Riley, Richard Carpenter, Paul Page, David O’Neill, T.J. Bratton, Adam Wade, Danny Wertman, Ryan Faha, Chris Musinski, Rich Kimber, Chris Otey, Matt Shepherd, Marcus Yocum, Nic Floberg, Kyle Clarke, Charlie Harrell, Wade McLaurin, Travis Outlaw, Chris Ndubueze, Chris Nickell, Ryan Sharma, Atul Neely, Brian Pendleton, Larry Mulloy, Patrick Ball, Stephen Stocki, Steve Lumm, Ryan Bowles, Jason Ridjaneck, Matt Walker, Jake Horvath, Ryan

DB DB LB DB LB TE WR FB FB WR RB RB LB LB LB LB DL LB LB LB LB OL OL DL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL LB

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Kernersville, NC Middletown, DE Mechanicsville, VA Chesapeake, VA Monaca, PA Gaithersburg, MD Garrettsville, OH Greenbelt, MD Altamonte Springs, FL Landover, MD Washington, DC Cincinnati, OH Lineboro, MD Bethel Park, PA Bealeton, VA Mechanicsville, VA Yorktown, VA Washington, DC Durham, NC Whitehall, PA Providence Forge, VA Wirtz, VA Broadway, VA Martinsville, VA Ellisville, MO Hampton, VA Tamaqua, PA Canton, GA Dublin, VA Nakina, NC Newark, DE Madison Heights, VA Boalsburg, PA

68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99

Morris, Cody Turner, William Jones, Ryan Stewart, Brad Oliver, Justin Cochran, Brent Pugh, Brandon Grenz, Michael Williamson, Brian Witham, Matthew Morgan, Matt Taylor, John Payne, Daniel Baker, Eric Troester, Jordan Burrow, Brandon Trinkle, Matt Coppess, Derek Jackson, Paris Holston, Nathan Smith, Zach Lewis, Donté Pritchard, John Daush, Bobby Watson, Jonas Wright, Josh Griffin, Jr., Jerome Kelly, Justin O’Connor, Adam Pearce, B.J. McCarthy, Michael

DL LB DL OL OL OL DL OL DL OL OL WR WR WR TE WR TE WR WR WR TE DL K DL LB DL DL DL DL TE DL

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Geographic Breakdown Arkansas (1)

Missouri (1)

Morgan, Matt

Little Rock

California (1) Lumm, Ryan

McLaurin, Travis McLaurin, Trevor Potts, Michael Witham, Matthew

Wilmington Wilmington Middletown Newark

Florida (2) Sarasota Altamonte Springs

Georgia (2) Outlaw, Chris Wheeler, Thad

Wrightsville Canton

Silver Spring Gaithersburg Gaithersburg Bowie Lanham Gaithersburg Greenbelt Landover Lineboro

Massachusetts (1) O’Neill, TJ

Duxbury

Michigan (1) Coppess, Derek

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Wayne Eatontown

Lake Odessa

Sumter

Clarke, Charlie

Bobo, Marques Charlotte Lovorn, Andy Charlotte O’Connor, Adam Greensboro Pitts, John Kernersville Thompson, Dominique Durham Williamson, Brian Nakina

Ohio (2) Rogers, Nick Smith, Jon

Daush, Bobby

Memphis

Texas (1)

North Carolina (6)

Garrettsville Cincinnati

Oregon (1) Portland

Pennsylvania (15) Baker, Eric Bratton, Adam Lustig, Josh McCarthy, Mike Morris, Cody Mulloy, Patrick Musinski, Rich Nicholas, Joseph Oliver, Justin Otey, Matt Ridjaneck, Matt Stewart, Brad Trinkle, Matt Wertman, Ryan Yocum, Nic

Griffin, Jerome

Tennessee (1)

Grenz, Michael Mesi, Mike

Floberg, Kyle

Maryland (9) Faha, Chris Jacobs, John Kimber, Chris Lewis, Donté Ndubueze, Chris Riley, Richard Sharma, Atul Shepherd, Marcus Smith, Zach

Ellisville

New Jersey (2) Mission Viejo

Delaware (4)

Page, David Shaw, Jonathan

South Carolina (1)

Walker, Jake

Montoursville Montoursville Erie Mechanicsburg Jeansville West Chester West Pittston Sugarloaf Fairfield Hershey Monaca Bethel Park Whitehall Tamaqua Boalsburg

Highland Park

Virginia (42) Ball, Stephen Dumfries Bowles, Jason Hampton Burrow, Brandon Colonial Heights Campbell, Lang Winchester Carpenter, Paul Winchester Cason, Stephen Richmond Cochran, Brant Reston Coley, II, Delmus Virginia Beach Davis, Corey Chesapeake Hargrove, Steven Alexandria Harrell, Wade Smithfield Holston, Nathan Mechanicsville Horvath, Ryan Midlothian Jackson, Paris Centreville Jones, Ryan Blacksburg Kelly, Justin Williamsburg Kuehn, Greg Potomac Falls Lawrence, Ben Gloucester Lewis, Jacob Roanoke Miller, James Norfolk Muldrow, Leonard Virginia Beach Neely, Brian Mechanicsville Nickell, Ryan Yorktown Parker, Billy Mechanicsville Parrott, LeVince Williamsburg Patterson, Corey New Kent Patterson, Craig New Kent Payne, Daniel Roanoke Pearce, B.J. Vernon Hill

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Pendleton, Larry Pritchard, John Pugh, Brandon Stocki, Steve Stout, Zach Taylor, Christian Troester, Jordan Turner, William Viola, Tony Wade, Danny Watson, Jonas Wheeling, Alan Wright, Josh

Norfolk Mechanicsville Chesapeake Bealeton Mechanicsville Yorktown Providence Forge Wirtz Broadway Martinsville Hampton Dublin Madison Heights

Washington, DC (2) Slye, Cedric Taylor, John

Washington, DC Washington, DC

Pronunciation Guide Levern Belin - BEE-lin Kyle Floberg - FLOW-berg Greg Kuehn - KEEN Wayne Lineburg - Lin-uh-berg Andy Lovorn - LOW-vorn Marc Matthie - MATH-ee Mike Mesi - ME-see Rich Musinski - Mu-shin-ski Chris Ndubueze - N-do-bwee-zay Matt Ridjaneck - Rid-jan-eck Atul Sharma - A-tool Jordan Troester - TRO-ster Matthew Witham - WITH-um


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2003 Opponents

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Sept. 6, 2003 - 7 p.m. Waldo Stadium Kalamazoo, MI

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Sept. 13, 2003 - 1 p.m. Alumni Memorial Field Lexington, VA

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Sept. 20, 2003 - 12:30 p.m. Parsons Field Boston, MA

Western Michigan University Location: Kalamazoo, MI Enrollment: 29,732 Founded: 1903 Nickname: Broncos Colors: Brown and Gold Interim President: Dr. Daniel Litynski Athletics Director: Kathy Beauregard Conference: Mid-American (MAC) Stadium: Waldo Stadium (30,200) Playing Surface: NexTurf SID: Daniel Jankowski Office Phone: (269) 387-4122 Home Phone: (269) 760-5133 FAX: (269) 387-4139 Press Box Phone: (269) 387-3065 Web site: www.wmubroncos.com

Virginia Military Institute Location: Lexington, VA Enrollment: 1,250 Founded: 1839 Nickname: Keydets Colors: Red, White and Yellow Superintendent: Gen. J.H. Binford Peay II Athletics Director: Donny White Conference: Big South Stadium: Alumni Memorial Field (10,000) Playing Surface: Natural Grass SID: Wade Branner Office Phone: (540) 464-7515 Home Phone: (540) 463-5033 FAX: (540) 464-7583 Press Box Phone: (540) 463-6725 Web site: www.vmikeydets.com

Northeastern University Location: Boston, MA Enrollment: 13,500 Founded: 1898 Nickname: Huskies Colors: Red and Black President: Dr. Richard Freeland Athletics Director: Dave O’Brien Conference: Atlantic 10 Stadium: Parsons Field (7,000) Playing Surface: Artificial Turf (AstroPlay) SID: Adam Polgreen Office Phone: (617) 373-2691 Home Phone: (617) 325-8438 FAX: (617) 373-3152 Press Box Phone: (617) 566-5956 Web site: www.GoNU.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Gary Darnell (Okla. St., 1970) Record at School: 40-29 (Six seasons) Career Record: 43-33 (Seven seasons) Record vs. W&M: First Meeting Football Office Phone: (269) 387-8620

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Cal McCombs (Citadel, 1970) Record at School: 10-35 (Four seasons) Career Record: 10-35 (Four seasons) Record vs. W&M: 0-4 Football Office Phone: (540) 464-7264

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Don Brown (Norwich, 1977) Record at School: 19-16 (Three seasons) Career Record: 44-22 (Five seasons) Record vs. W&M: 0-2 Football Office Phone: (617) 373-5549

Team Information Offensive Formation: One-Back, Multiple Defensive Formation: 4-2-5 Lettermen Lost/Returning: 22/38 Starters Lost/Returning: 12/12

Team Information Offensive Formation: Multiple Defensive Formation: 4-3 Lettermen Lost/Returning: 22/32 Starters Lost/Returning: 15/9

Team Information Offensive Formation: Multiple Defensive Formation: 4-3/Multiple Lettermen Lost/Returning: 11/40 Starters Lost/Returning: 7/17

Returning Statistical Leaders Passing: Chad Munson (162-309, 2,160 yds, 14 TD, 17 INT) Rushing: Phil Reed (221 att., 1,053 yds, 10 TD) Receiving: Antonio Thomas (45 rec., 439 yds, 3 TD)

Returning Statistical Leaders Passing: Josh Lyles (5-10, 83 yds, 0 TD, 0 INT) Rushing: Sean Mizzer (93 att., 510 yds, 5 TD) Receiving: T.J. Snelling (37 rec., 408 yds, 3 TD)

Returning Statistical Leaders Passing: Shawn Brady (111-224, 1,497 yds, 16 TD, 6 INT) Rushing: Anthony Riley (173 att., 940 yds, 3 TD) Receiving: Cory Parks (34 rec., 458 yds, 5 TD)

Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

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2003 Schedule @ Michigan State WILLIAM AND MARY VIRGINIA @ Ohio University @ Eastern Michigan BOWLING GREEN @ Northern Illinois MARSHALL @ Connecticut BALL STATE CENTRAL MICHIGAN @ Toledo

2003 Schedule Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15

@ Navy @ Davidson WILLIAM AND MARY NORFOLK STATE GEORGETOWN @ Liberty CHARLESTON SOUTHERN GARDNER-WEBB @ Richmond @ Coastal Carolina AUSTIN PEAY vs. The Citadel (Charlotte, NC)

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2003 Schedule Aug. 31 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

STONE HILL ALBANY @ Rhode Island WILLIAM AND MARY @ Villanova @ Harvard @ Hofstra MAINE @ Massachusetts DELAWARE RICHMOND @ James Madison


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Sept. 27, 2003 - 1 p.m. Zable Stadium Williamsburg, VA

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Oct. 4, 2003 - 7 p.m. Delaware Stadium Newark, DE

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Oct. 11, 2003 - 1 p.m. Zable Stadium Williamsburg, VA

University of Maine Location: Orono, ME Enrollment: 10,200 Founded: 1865 Nickname: Black Bears Colors: Blue and White President: Dr. Peter Hoff Athletics Director: Patrick Nero Conference: Atlantic 10 Stadium: Morse Field at Alfond Stadium Playing Surface: Artificial SID: Pete Lefresne Office Phone: (207) 581-3596 Home Phone: (207) 947-7452 FAX: (207) 581-3297 Press Box Phone: (207) 581-1049 Web site: www.GoBlackBears.com

University of Delaware Location: Newark, DE Enrollment: 16,000 Founded: 1743 Nickname: Fightin’ Blue Hens Colors: Royal Blue and Gold President: Dr. David P. Roselle Athletics Director: Edgar N. Johnson Conference: Atlantic 10 Stadium: Delaware Stadium (22,000) Playing Surface: Natural Grass SID: Scott Selheimer Office Phone: (302) 831-2186 Home Phone: (302) 368-8639 FAX: (302) 831-8653 Press Box Phone: (302) 831-6199/2186 Web site: www.udel.edu/sportsinfo

University of Massachusetts Location: Amherst, MA Enrollment: 17,876 Founded: 1863 Nickname: Minutemen Colors: Maroon and White Chancellor: Dr. John V. Lombardi Athletics Director: Ian McCaw Conference: Atlantic 10 Stadium: Alumni Stadium (17,000) Playing Surface: Natural Grass SID: Charlie Bare Office Phone: (413) 545-2439 Home Phone: (413) 665-5088 FAX: (413) 545-1556 Press Box Phone: (413) 545-3550 Web site: www.umassathletics.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Jack Cosgrove (Okla. St., 1970) Record at School: 53-61 (10 seasons) Career Record: 53-61 (10 seasons) Record vs. W&M: 1-5 Football Office Phone: (207) 581-1062

Coaching Staff Head Coach: K.C. Keeler (Delaware, 1981) Record at School: 6-6 (One seasons) Career Record: 94-27-1 (10 seasons) Record vs. W&M: 0-1 Football Office Phone: (302) 831-2253

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Mark Whipple (Brown, 1979) Record at School: 39-23 (Five seasons) Career Record: 111-56 (15 seasons) Record vs. W&M: 2-1 Football Office Phone: (413) 545-2000

Team Information Offensive Formation: Multiple-I Defensive Formation: 4-4 Lettermen Lost/Returning: 13/47 Starters Lost/Returning: 8/16

Team Information Offensive Formation: Spread Defensive Formation: 4-3 Lettermen Lost/Returning: 16/40 Starters Lost/Returning: 8/16

Team Information Offensive Formation: Multiple Defensive Formation: Multiple Lettermen Lost/Returning: 19/40 Starters Lost/Returning: 7/17

Returning Statistical Leaders Passing: Jon Meczywor (22-57, 257 yds, 4 TD, 2 INT) Rushing: Marcus Williams (263 att., 1,406 yds, 7 TD) Receiving: Christian Pereira (44 rec., 429 yds, 1 TD)

Returning Statistical Leaders Passing: Andy Hall (159-306, 1,832 yds, 9 TD, 5 INT) Rushing: Andy Hall (152 att., 956 yds, 7 TD) Receiving: Justin Long (46 rec., 559 yds, 4 TD)

Returning Statistical Leaders Passing: Jeff Krohn (152-287, 2,032 yds, 16 TD, 12 INT) Rushing: R.J. Cobbs (192 att., 1,067 yds, 14 TD) Receiving: R.J. Cobbs (21 rec., 140 yds, 1 TD)

2003 Schedule Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

MONTANA @ Hofstra FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL MASSACHUSETTS @ William and Mary RICHMOND @ Northeastern JAMES MADISON @ Delaware @ Morgan State VILLANOVA @ New Hampshire

Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

2003 Schedule THE CITADEL RICHMOND WEST CHESTER @ Hofstra WILLIAM AND MARY @ New Hampshire RHODE ISLAND @ Navy MAINE @ Northeastern MASSACHUSETTS @ Villanova

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Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

2003 Schedule LOCK HAVEN @ Kansas State @ Maine JAMES MADISON NEW HAMPSHIRE @ William and Mary HOFSTRA @ Villanova NORTHEASTERN RICHMOND @ Delaware RHODE ISLAND

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2003 Opponents

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Oct. 18, 2003 - 1 p.m. Zable Stadium Williamsburg, VA

8

Oct. 25, 2003 - 12 p.m. Meade Stadium Newport, RI

James Madison University Location: Harrisonburg, VA Enrollment: 15,150 Founded: 1908 Nickname: Dukes Colors: Purple and Gold President: Dr. Linwood H. Rose Athletics Director: Jeff Bourne Conference: Atlantic 10 Stadium: Bridgeforth Stadium (14,000) Playing Surface: AstroTurf SID: Gary Michael Office Phone: (540) 568-6154 Home Phone: (540) 337-7310 FAX: (540) 568-3703 Press Box Phone: (540) 568-6521 Web site: www.jmusports.com

University of Rhode Island Location: Newport, RI Enrollment: 14,264 Founded: 1892 Nickname: Rams Colors: Light Blue, Dark Blue and White President: Dr. Robert Carothers Athletics Director: Ron Petro Conference: Atlantic 10 Stadium: Meade Stadium (5,180) Playing Surface: Natural Grass SID: Mike Ballweg Office Phone: (401) 874-2401 Home Phone: (401) 364-6655 FAX: (401) 874-5354 Press Box Phone: (401) 874-4616 Web site: www.GoRhody.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Mickey Matthews (WTSU, 1976) Record at School: 21-25 (Four seasons) Career Record: 21-25 (Four seasons) Record vs. W&M: 3-1 Football Office Phone: (540) 568-6517

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Tim Stowers (Auburn, 1980) Record at School: 14-20 (Three seasons) Career Record: 65-43 (Nine seasons) Record vs. W&M: 1-2 Football Office Phone: (401) 874-2406

Team Information Offensive Formation: Multiple I Defensive Formation: 4-3 Lettermen Lost/Returning: 5/51 Starters Lost/Returning: 3/19

Team Information Offensive Formation: Spread Defensive Formation: 4-3 Lettermen Lost/Returning: 11/42 Starters Lost/Returning: 4/20

Returning Statistical Leaders Passing: Matt LeZotte (103-199, 1,481 yds, 3 TD, 8 INT) Rushing: Rondell Bradley (183 att., 737 yds, 6 TD) Receiving: Alan Harrison (35 rec., 705 yds, 3 TD)

Returning Statistical Leaders Passing: Jayson Davis (59-129, 734 yds, 2 TD, 4 INT) Rushing: Jayson Davis (217 att., 679 yds, 11 TD) Receiving: Curtis Horne (26 rec., 305 yds)

2003 Schedule Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

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LIBERTY @ Virginia Tech HOFSTRA @ Massachusetts @ Villanova RICHMOND @ William and Mary @ Maine RHODE ISLAND @ New Hampshire CHARLESTON SOUTHERN NORTHEASTERN

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Hofstra University Location: Hempstead, NY Enrollment: 13,400 Founded: 1935 Nickname: Pride Colors: Gold, White and Blue President: Stuart Rabinowitz Athletics Director: Harry Royle Conference: Pride Stadium: James M. Shuart Stadium (15,000) Playing Surface: Artificial SID: Jim Sheehan Office Phone: (516) 463-6764 FAX: (516) 463-5033 Press Box Phone: (516) 463-5274/5275 Web site: www.hofstra.edu/Sports Coaching Staff Head Coach: Joe Gardi (Maryland, 1960) Record at School: 105-42-2 (14 seasons) Career Record: 105-42-2 (14 seasons) Record vs. W&M: 1-1 Football Office Phone: (516) 463-5315 Team Information Offensive Formation: Run and Shoot Defensive Formation: 3-4 Lettermen Lost/Returning: 11/30 Starters Lost/Returning: 5/17 Returning Statistical Leaders Passing: Andrew English (10-25, 129 yds, 2 TD, 2 INT) Rushing: Vemba Bukula (131 att., 664 yds, 3 TD) Receiving: Ricky Bryant (67 rec., 793 yds, 4 TD)

2003 Schedule

2003 Schedule Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

FORDHAM NORTHEASTERN NEW HAMPSHIRE @ Richmond @ Brown VILLANOVA @ Delaware WILLIAM AND MARY @ James Madison @ Cincinnati HOFSTRA @ Massachusetts

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Nov. 1, 2003 - 12 p.m. Zable Stadium Williamsburg, VA

Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

@ Marshall MAINE ELON @ James Madison DELAWARE NORTHEASTERN @ Massachusetts NEW HAMPSHIRE @ William and Mary VILLANOVA @ Rhode Island @ Liberty


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Nov. 15, 2003 - 1 p.m. Zable Stadium Williamsburg, VA

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Nov. 22, 2003 - 1 p.m. UR Stadium Richmond, VA

Tribe Travel Plans University of New Hampshire Location: Durham, NH Enrollment: 12,500 Founded: 1866 Nickname: Wildcats Colors: Blue and White President: Dr. Joan R. Leitzel Athletics Director: Marty Scarano Conference: Atlantic 10 Stadium: Cowell Stadium (15,000) Playing Surface: Natural Grass SID: Scott Stapin Office Phone: (603) 862-3906 Home Phone: (603) 332-7611 FAX: (603) 862-3839 Press Box Phone: (603) 862-2585 Web site: www.unhwildcats.com

University of Richmond Location: Richmond, VA Enrollment: 2,950 Founded: 1830 Nickname: Spiders Colors: Red and Blue President: Dr. William E. Cooper Athletics Director: Jim Miller Conference: Atlantic 10 Stadium: UR Stadium (21,319) Playing Surface: Natural Grass SID: Simon Gray Office Phone: (804) 289-8320 Home Phone: (804) 934-9907 FAX: (804) 289-8820 Press Box Phone: (804) 355-6110 Web site: www.richmondspiders.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Sean McDonnell (UNH, 1978) Record at School: 18-26 (Four seasons) Career Record: 18-26 (Four seasons) Record vs. W&M: 0-2 Football Office Phone: (603) 862-1852

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Jim Reid (Maine, 1973) Record at School: 46-44-1 (Eight seasons) Career Record: 82-73-3 (14 seasons) Record vs. W&M: 3-5 Football Office Phone: (804) 289-8372

Team Information Offensive Formation: Multiple Pro-I Defensive Formation: Multiple 50 Lettermen Lost/Returning: 12/38 Starters Lost/Returning: 5/17

Team Information Offensive Formation: Multiple Defensive Formation: Multiple Lettermen Lost/Returning: 17/36 Starters Lost/Returning: 11/13

Returning Statistical Leaders Passing: Mike Granieri (170-297, 1,826 yds, 12 TD, 12 INT) Rushing: Mike Granieri (147 att., 186 yds, 2 TD) Receiving: Shaun Diner (36 rec., 373 yds, 1 TD)

Returning Statistical Leaders Passing: Stacy Tutt (26-54, 408 yds, 4 TD, 5 INT) Rushing: Kenny Dantzler (131 att., 566 yds, 4 TD) Receiving: Boyd Ouden (36 rec., 809 yds, 7 TD)

Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

2003 Schedule CENTRAL CONN. STATE @ Central Michigan VILLANOVA @ Rhode Island Dartmouth @ Massachusetts DELAWARE @ Richmond @ Hofstra JAMES MADISON @ William and Mary MAINE

W&M at Western Michigan Depart Sept. 5 Holiday Inn West 2747 South Eleventh Street Kalamazoo, MI 49009 (269) 375-6000 W&M at VMI Depart Sept. 12 Holiday Inn Golf & Conference Center I-81 & Woodrow Wilson Parkway Staunton, VA 24402-3209 (703) 248-6020 W&M at Northeastern Depart Sept. 19 Newton Marriott 2345 Commonwealth Avenue Newton, MA 02466 (617) 969-1000 W&M at Delaware Depart Oct. 3 Holiday Inn Newark 1203 Christiana Road Newark, DE 19713 (302) 737-2700 W&M at Rhode Island Depart Oct. 24 Sheraton Providence Airport 1850 Post Road Warwick, RI 02886 (401) 738-4000

2003 Schedule Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

@ Delaware @ Furman RHODE ISLAND @ Maine @ James Madison NEW HAMPSHIRE VMI VILLANOVA @ Massachusetts @ Northeastern WILLIAM AND MARY

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Atlantic 10 Football Conference With 11 teams comprising the Atlantic 10 Football Conference, it is the largest conference in I-AA. As evidenced by the 2002 season, the success of the Atlantic 10 Football Conference is escalating, both on and off the field. Predicted to finish 10th by the coaches and selected media in the preseason, Northeastern won a program-record 10 games and claimed its first-ever Atlantic 10 crown in 2002, the ninth different program to win at least a share of the conference title since 1999. The Huskies shared the league crown with Maine, which posted a school-record 11 victories en route to becoming the first team since the 1991-92 Delaware squad to win at least a share of the Atlantic 10 title in consecutive seasons. In addition, Villanova also posted an 11-win season, marking the first time in league history that three teams reached the double-digit victory plateau. The 2002 season marked the seventh time in conference history and second consecutive year that three teams (Maine, Northeastern, Villanova) qualified for the NCAA Tournament and the 12thstraight season multiple Atlantic 10 teams reached the I-AA playoffs. Villanova 2002 Atlantic 10 Standings became the fourth differTEAM A10 All ent A-10 team 1. Northeastern 7-2 10-3 in league hisMaine 7-2 11-3 tory to reach 3. Villlanova 6-3 11-4 the semifiMassachusetts 6-3 8-4 nals, marking 5. WILLIAM AND MARY 5-4 6-5 the fourth 6. Delaware 4-5 6-6 time in the Hofstra 4-5 6-6 last six seaRichmond 4-5 4-7 sons the con9. James Madison 3-6 5-7 ference has 10. New Hampshire 2-7 3-8 had at least 11. Rhode Island 1-8 3-9 one team reach the semifinals, including Massachusetts’ run to the 1998 national title. Since the 2001 preseason polls, every team in the Atlantic 10 has been nationally ranked, a feat no other conference in college football can match.

Conference included Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. In 1973, Boston University joined the conference as its first non-land grant institution. After the 1974 season, Vermont withdrew from the league. Then, upon the formation of Division I-AA football in 1978, the league disbanded all sports except football. Membership remained stable until 1986 when Delaware and Richmond were admitted. Villanova gained admittance in 1988 and, in 1993, the conference grew again with James Madison, Northeastern, and William and Mary joining the league. Boston University withdrew from the league when it suspended its football program following the 1997 season. Connecticut withdrew following the 1999 season and Hofstra was added beginning with the 2001 campaign. In July of 2002, Towson University accepted an invitation to join the Atlantic 10 Football Conference, effective July 1, 2003 with competition beginning for the 2004 football season. “We are extremely pleased that Towson has accepted our invitation to become a member of the Atlantic 10 Football Conference,” said commissioner Linda Bruno. “When our directors of athletics first agreed to explore expansion, Towson was an obvious choice. It is an excellent institution, geographically preferable, and the football program is making great strides. We look forward to a long and successful relationship with Towson.” Since 1978, Atlantic 10 Football Conference members have accumulated 53 playoff berths, 12 Lambert Cups, 62 Final Top 25 rankings, and 27 Final Top 10 rankings. The conference is fully intent on remaining the best NCAA I-AA Conference in the country. In light of the success achieved by the Yankee Conference since 1947 and the Atlantic 10 Football Conference since 1997, the Atlantic 10 seems well on its way to achieving that goal.

In 2001, former Villanova standout Brian Westbrook became the third Atlantic 10 player to win the Walter Payton Award, joining former teammate Brian Finneran (1997) and New Hampshire running back Jerry Azumah (1998). Also in 2001, linebacker Derrick Lloyd of James Madison became the first A-10 standout to win the Buck Buchanan Award and it marked the first time in I-AA history that the winners of the Walter Payton and Buck Buchanan Awards hailed from the same conference. Three times in league history has an Atlantic 10 coach been honored with the Eddie Robinson Award, with current A-10 coaches Andy Talley of Villanova and Mickey Matthews of James Madison winning the award in 1997 and 1999, respectively. The Atlantic 10 Football Conference officially took over the Yankee Conference on July 1, 1997, marking the end of a 50-year legacy. Yet a new era began in collegiate football. Delaware, Hofstra, James Madison, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Northeastern, Rhode Island, Richmond, Villanova, and William and Mary make up the 11-team membership of the league. The Atlantic 10 Football Conference can trace its roots to December 3, 1946 when the Code of the Yankee Conference went into effect. Originally established as an all-sports conference for the New England land grant colleges, the six charter members of the Yankee

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Atlantic 10 Football Conference Staff Commissioner: Linda Bruno Associate Commissioner: Steve Hurlbut Assistant Commissioner: Mitchell Kendall Assistant Comissioner/Compliance: Elizabeth Kane Assistant Commissioner/Corporate Sponsorships: Jeff Long Assistant Commissioner/Public Relations: Ray Cella Director of Championships: Celene McGowan Associate Director of Communications: Suzanne DeFruscio Assistant Director of Communications: Stephen Haug Assistant Director of Sponsorships: Mark Cruz Coordinator of Television Operations: Dan Schaefer Assistant to the Commissioner: Jina Mosley Finance/Compliance Assistant: Kelly Gust Supervisor of Football Officiating: Jim Maconaghy

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Atlantic 10 Football Conference 2002 All-Conference Honors First Team Offense Pos. Player (School) QB Brett Gordon (VU) RB Tim Gale (NU) RB Stephan Lewis (UNH) WR Rich Musinski (W&M) WR Adrian Zullo (UMass) TE Matt Chila (VU) OL Dwight Beard (W&M) OL Mike Brigandi (HOF) OL John McDonald (NU) OL Maikel Miret (UM) OL Joe Wilson (UR) PK Miro Kesic (NU) PK Shane Laisle (URI) RS Mike Connelly (JMU)

Defense Pos. Player (School) DL Steve Anzalone (NU) DL Steve Boyer (UR) DL Dennis Dottin-Carter (UM) DL Joe Minucci (UD) DL Jerame Southern (JMU) LB Stephen Cooper (UM) LB Liam Ezekiel (NU) LB Dan Mulhern (UD) LB Mark Thompson (UR) LB Renauld Williams (HOF) DB Billy Parker (W&M) DB David Cusano (UM) DB Ramon Richeson (UR) DB Art Smith (NU) DB Ricardo Walker (UD) P David Sanger (UMass)

Second Team Offense QB Dave Corley, Jr. (W&M) RB R.J. Cobbs (UMass) RB Marcus Williams (UM) WR Boyd Ouden (UR) WR Brian White (VU) TE Corey Paxton (W&M) OL Matt Hammond (UM) OL Jason Nerys (UD) OL Tom Olivo (NU) OL Pete Richardson (UM) OL Leon Steinfeld (JMU) PK Greg Kuehn (W&M) RS Wendall Williams (URI)

Defense DL Valdamar Brower (UMass) DL Brendan Curry (UM) DL Marc Hayes (URI) DL Richard Hicks (JMU) LB Mohammed Youssofi (W&M) LB Adrian Archie (UR) LB Jeremy Cain (UMass) LB Adam Walter (NU) DB Kurt Abrams (NU) DB Sidney Haugabrook (UD) DB Robert Thomas (HOF) DB Czar Wiley (UNH) P Shane Laisle (URI)

Third Team Offense QB Jake Eaton (UM) RB Jon Smith (W&M) RB Rondell Bradley (JMU) WR Ricky Bryant (HOF) WR Alan Harrison (JMU) TE Rick Lavelle (UD) OL Ray Loffredo (W&M) OL Brian Barbato (UNH) OL Adam Bourget (NU) OL Mike Finn (VU) OL Sean McCarthy (VU) PK Doug White (UMass) RS Ricardo Walker (UD)

Defense DL Marcus Washington (W&M) DL Shaun Kinsley (HOF) DL Shaka Martin (URI) DL Terence Taylor (VU) LB Paul Carpenter (W&M) LB Brian Hulea (VU) LB Dennard Melton (JMU) LB Jamison Young (VU) DB Marques Bobo (W&M) DB Gary Johnson (VU) DB Anton McKenzie (UMass) DB Justin Ruffin (JMU) P Ryan Bleiler (UD)

2002 Offensive Player of the Year: Brett Gordon, Villanova 2002 Defensive Player of the Year: Stephen Cooper, Maine 2002 Rookie of the Year: R.J. Cobbs, Massachusetts 2002 Coach of the Year: Don Brown, Northeastern

2002 Team Statistics Total Offense Team Villanova William and Mary Delaware Massachusetts Hofstra Northeastern Maine Richmond James Madison New Hampshire Rhode Island

YPG 409.7 384.4 378.2 370.0 355.2 338.7 335.9 331.9 326.9 324.9 311.2

Total Defense Team Maine Villanova Northeastern James Madison Richmond Hofstra Massachusetts Delaware William and Mary New Hampshire Rhode Island

YPG 267.6 282.3 299.3 320.1 322.1 322.2 345.6 352.2 354.3 411.8 434.2

Passing Offense Team Villanova William and Mary Hofstra Massachusetts Delaware New Hampshire James Madison Maine Richmond Northeastern Rhode Island

YPG 286.9 249.2 228.6 203.9 171.9 168.7 163.5 158.1 133.3 131.7 69.2

Passing Defense Team Hofstra Maine New Hampshire Villanova William and Mary James Madison Richmond Northeastern Massachusetts Delaware Rhode Island

YPG 131.1 132.4 145.5 151.7 161.7 172.7 179.7 194.5 208.6 213.2 247.7

Rushing Offense Team Rhode Island Northeastern Delaware Richmond Maine Massachusetts James Madison New Hampshire William and Mary Hofstra Villanova

YPG 242.0 207.0 206.2 198.6 177.7 166.1 163.4 156.2 135.2 126.6 122.9

Rushing Defense Team Northeastern Villanova Maine Massachusetts Delaware Richmond James Madison Rhode Island Hofstra William and Mary New Hampshire

YPG 104.8 130.6 135.6 137.0 139.0 142.4 147.4 186.6 191.1 192.5 266.3

Scoring Offense Team YPG Northeastern 31.0 Villanova 29.9 William and Mary 29.6 Massachusetts 27.2 Maine 24.5 Delaware 24.2 Hofstra 22.5 Richmond 18.1 New Hampshire 18.1 James Madison 16.3 Rhode Island 15.6

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Scoring Defense Team YPG Maine 15.4 Northeastern 16.0 Richmond 18.4 Villanova 18.5 Delaware 18.9 Massachusetts 20.8 Hofstra 21.2 James Madison 22.7 William and Mary 25.8 New Hampshire 31.4 Rhode Island 32.4

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All-time vs. 2003 Opponents WESTERN MICHIGAN Series Record: First meeting

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VMI Series Record: W&M, 45-33-2 First Meeting: 1905, VMI, 23-0 Last Meeting: 2002, W&M, 62-31 Year VMI W&M 1905 23 0 1907 58 0 1908 21 0 1909 6 0 1910 55 0 1913 33 3 1914 38 0 1915 19 6 1916 66 0 1917 53 0 1919 21 3 1932 7 20 1933 0 14 1934 13 6 1935 19 0 1936 21 0 1937 20 9 1938 14 0 1940 0 0 1941 0 21 1942 6 27 1944 0 26 1945 9 13 1946 0 41 1947 20 28 1948 0 31 1949 6 54 1950 25 19 1951 20 7 1952 13 34 1953 20 19 1954 21 0 1955 13 20 1956 20 6 1957 14 13 1958 6 6 1959 26 7 1960 33 21 1961 14 7 1962 6 0 1963 26 6 1964 12 14 1965 21 32 1966 15 22 1967 28 33 1968 10 20 1969 17 25 1970 10 24 1971 7 12 1972 3 31 1973 14 45 1974 31 20 1975 7 13 1976 20 34 1977 23 13 1978 3 10 1979 7 3 1980 13 10 1981 31 14 1982 12 24 1983 14 28 1984 13 24 1985 39 38 1986 22 37 1987 6 17 1988 7 30 1989 17 24 1990 47 59 1991 26 40 1992 16 21 1993 6 49 1994 7 45 1995 7 27 1996 21 40 1997 12 41 1998 0 49 1999 14 35 2000 15 55

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MAINE Series Record: W&M leads 5-1 First Meeting: ’94, W&M 47-23 Last Meeting: ’02, UM 27-14 Year UM W&M 1993 23 47 1994 0 17 1999 13 37 2000 28 31 2001 20 42 2002 27 14 DELAWARE Series Record: UD leads 15-11 First Meeting: ’15, UD, 93-0 Last Meeting: ’02,W&M 45-42 Year UD W&M 1915 93 0 1923 0 14 1976 15 13 1979 40 0 1980 7 3 1982 62 21 1983 30 13 1984 21 23 1985 16 17 1986 18 24 1986 51 17 1987 38 14 1988 38 35 1989 24 27 1990 12 22 1991 28 21 1993 42 35 1994 7 31 1995 23 20 1996 7 10 (ot) 1997 14 0 1998 45 52 1999 34 27 (2ot) 2000 28 17 2001 17 21 2002 42 45 MASSACHUSETTS Series Record: Tied 4-4 First meeting: ’90 W&M 38-0 Last Meeting: ’01 W&M 31-10 YEAR UM W&M 1990 0 38 1993 28 45 1994 23 14 1995 20 9 1996 6 30 1999 25 16 2000 36 16 2001 10 31 JAMES MADISON Series Record: W&M leads 13-11 First Meeting: ’78, W&M, 32-7 Last Meeting: ’02, JMU 34-31 Year JMU W&M 1978 7 32 1979 0 33 1981 19 31 1982 24 18 1983 21 24 1984 10 20

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RHODE ISLAND Series Record: W&M leads 7-1 First Meeting: ’94, W&M 38-17 Last Meeting: ’02, W&M 44-6 Year URI W&M 1994 17 38 1995 14 23 1996 16 23 1998 13 21 1999 6 24 2000 16 26 2001 34 31 2002 6 44 HOFSTRA Series Record: Tied 1-1 First meeting: ‘01, HU 34-28 Last meeting: ‘02, W&M 16-3 Year HU W&M 2001 34 28 2002 3 16 NEW HAMPSHIRE Series Record: W&M leads 6-2 First Meeting: ’88, W&M, 33-31 Last Meeting: ’02, W&M, 34-27 Year UNH W&M 1988 31 33 1993 14 27 1995 0 39 1996 7 31 1997 24 22 1998 31 19 2001 28 38 2002 27 34 RICHMOND Series Record: W&M, 57-50-5 First Meeting: 1898, UR, 15-0 Last Meeting: ’02, UR, 35-13 Year UR W&M 1898 15 0 1899 14 0 1901 27 11 1903 24 0 1904 6 15 1905 0 0 1905 0 4 1905 23 4 1906 24 0 1906 6 0 1907 48 0 1908 18 21 1909 0 15 1910 6 18 1911 0 3 1912 20 0 1913 23 13 1913 20 13 1914 7 3 1914 32 0 1915 28 0 1915 40 0 1916 0 0 1916 48 0 1917 19 0 1917 28 0 1918 7 0

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LOU TEPPER Defensive Coordinator - 1973-77; Former head coach University of Illinois

RUBE MCCRAY Head Coach - 1944-50; Led W&M to back-to-back Dixie Bowl appareances in 1947-48

LOU HOLTZ Head Coach - 1969-71; Current South Carolina head coach, formerly coached Notre Dame, N.C. State, Arkansas, Minnesota and New York Jets

JIMMYE LAYCOCK Head Coach - 1980-present; Most wins by any coach in school history; Six NCAA playoff appearances

BOBBY ROSS Assistant Coach - 1967-70; Coached Georgia Tech to 1990 national title, Led San Diego Chargers to Super Bowl XXIX

MARV LEVY Head Coach - 1964-68; Led W&M to a stunning upset of Navy in 1967; Took the Buffalo Bills to four straight Super Bowls

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CARL VOYLES Head Coach - 1939-42; Four-year record of 29-7-3 (.782); Best winning percentage of any coach in W&M history

t can be safely said that William and Mary is a cradle of coaches. From the early days of J.W. Tasker to the current teams of legendary coach Jimmye Laycock, the College has benefited from outstanding leadership in the football program. Assistants have honed their craft here before moving on to their own projects, like Maryland’s Ralph Friedgen, the 2001 National Coach of the Year who was an assistant at W&M in 1980. Or Larry Peccatiello, an assistant at the College from 1961-68, who went on to be a successful NFL defensive coordinator for teams like the 49ers, Redskins and Lions. It is the hard work of these coaches that is the lifeblood of the program, and should continue to keep with the high standards and traditions of Tribe football.

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JIM ROOT Head Coach - 1972-79; Third-winningest coach in W&M history

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Head Coach Jimmye Laycock

There is little doubt that W&M head coach Jimmye Laycock has established himself as one of the nation’s premier mentors in the 23 seasons he has watched over the College’s program. His team is run on the simple principle that hard work, discipline and preparation will lead to success. One needs to look no further than the Tribe’s stellar 141-59-2 (.703) record against fellow I-AA foes to see the results of this formula. The College also boasts a 55-28 mark in league play and has had a league-high 104 studentathletes named to all-conference honors since 1993. Laycock is the Tribe’s winningest coach, boasting a career 154-105-2 (.594) record. Since Laycock’s first season in 1980, he has firmly established himself as one of the brightest coaching talents in the nation. Under his guidance, the College has risen to the upper echelon of Division I-AA programs and has posted a stellar 82-43 (.656) mark over the last 11 years. The

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Tribe has had 17 winning ledgers in the last 20 years and has participated in postseason play in seven of the last 15 seasons. The 1996 campaign stood as a prime example of how Laycock has perpetuated a winning tradition within W&M’s rigorous classroom standards, leading 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 school record fifth-place national ranking. One trademark of a Laycock-coached team is a prolific and intricate offensive attack. The Tribe offense averaged better than 420 yards and 26 points over the 115 games it played in the 1990s. Prior to the 1996 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 and the team’s accomplishments. The Tribe’s 1996 squad led the conference in both total offense and defense on its way 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 ranking. In that historic season, the Tribe advanced to the I-AA playoffs for the first time and had three players drafted by the NFL. Laycock has also tutored 22 players to 28 All-America honors from the William and Mary ranks and has coached six Academic AllAmericans. Former tight end Mike Leach signed a free agent contract with the Tennessee Titans in the spring of 2000 and is now with the Denver Broncos, joining free safety Darren Sharper, a second round draft pick of the Green Bay Packers in 1997, and placekicker Steve Christie (Class of 1990) as representatives of the Green and Gold in the NFL ranks. Michael Clemons (Class of 1987) had been one of the CFL’s most explosive players since joining the Toronto Argonauts in 1989, a team he now coaches. Last year’s starting quarterback, Dave Corley, Jr., is now on the roster of the CFL’s Hamilton TigerCats. 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 Coach Marv Levy, the leg-

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Head Coach Jimmye Laycock (1980-Present) Year

154-105-2 (Career Record) Record Postseason

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

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

NCAA Playoffs Epson Ivy Bowl NCAA Playoffs NCAA Playoffs Epson Ivy Bowl NCAA Playoffs

NCAA Playoffs

NCAA Playoffs

Laycock at NCAA I-AA PLAYOFFS 1986 - Delaware - 17-51 (L) 1989 - Furman - 10-24 (L) 1990 - Massachusetts - 38-0 (W) Central Florida - 38-52 (L) 1993 - McNeese State - 28-34 (L) 1996 - Jackson State - 45-6 (W) Northern Iowa - 35-38 (L) 2001 - Appalachian State - 27-40 (L)

Laycock vs. The Atlantic 10 TEAM Delaware Hofstra James Madison Maine Massachusetts New Hampshire Northeastern Rhode Island Richmond Villanova

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Coach Laycock and his staff hold the Colonial All-Pro football camp each year, with four pro counselors. Green Bay QB Brett Favre (pictured above with Laycock) was one of this year’s guest counselors.


Head Coach Jimmye Laycock endary Hall of Famer and former head coach of the Buffalo Bills. In his last season, current South Carolina head coach 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 former W&M assistant Bobby Ross, who went on to coach the NFL’s San Diego Chargers and Detroit Lions. In 1975, Memphis State tabbed Laycock as its quarterbacks coach and he helped the Tigers to consecutive 7-4 records. In 1977, Laycock traveled to Clemson to serve as offensive coordinator for three years. Under his tutelage, the Tigers went 8-3-1, 11-1 and 8-4. Clemson played in bowl games each year, defeating Ohio State 1715 in the 1978 Gator Bowl. At that time, Laycock coached two-time AllACC performer Steve Fuller, the Tiger quarterback who later played in the NFL, and Dwight Clark, an All-Pro receiver for the 49ers. A native Virginian, Laycock played football, basketball and baseball at Loudoun Valley High School, where he won 12 letters and has since had his number retired. An avid golfer, Laycock can be found on the local links as well as jogging along Williamsburg’s popular running routes. Laycock is married to Deidre Connelly, a sports psychology consultant at the College. They have three children: Michael (13), Mary Louise (11) and James (9). Laycock’s 22-year-old daughter, Melanie, is a recent graduate of the University of Virginia.

Laycock At a Glance

Laycock Lists Most Coaching Wins at W&M 1. JIMMYE LAYCOCK, 154 2. Rube McCray - 45 3. Jim Root - 39 4. J.W. Tasker - 30 5. Carl Voyles - 29

Most years at current school (Division I-A and I-AA) 1. Joe Paterno, Penn State (37) 2. Bobby Bowden, Florida State (26) 3. JIMMYE LAYCOCK, W&M (23)

Did You Know? • Laycock has tutored a league-high 104 athletes to all-conference honors since 1993.

as their offensive coordinator. •␣ Ther e have been 22 players to earn AllAmerica status at W&M under Laycock. • Laycock has led the Tribe to a winning season in 17 of the past 20 years. • Laycock’s 1990 and 1996 s q u a d s tied a school-record with 10 wins. • On six different occasions since Laycock took over, W&M has gone undefeated at Zable Stadium. • The Tribe has advanced to the NCAA Playoffs six times under Laycock.

•␣ The T ribe has won nearly 60 percent of its games since Laycock took over, ranking him the 19th-winningest active Division I-AA coach. • During his three-year stint at Clemson, the Tigers won 27 games with Laycock

The Talk About Laycock

Personal Birthdate: February 6, 1948 Hometown: Hamilton, VA Alma Mater: William and Mary (1970) Graduate Degree: Clemson University (1972) Wife: Deidre Connelly Children: Melanie (22), Michael (13), Mary Louise (11), James (9)

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

Playing Career 1962-66 Loudoun Valley (VA) High School 12 varsity letters (football, basketball, baseball)

“Coach Laycock knew from the time he was recruiting me what position was best for me to reach my ultimate potential. Bringing me into 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.”

1966-69 College of William and Mary Lettered as defensive back and quarterback Coaching Career 1970 Offensive coach, Newport News High School 1971-72 Graduate Assistant, Clemson University 1973-74 Offensive Backfield Coach, The Citadel 1975-76 Quarterbacks Coach, Memphis State University 1977-79 Offensive Coordinator, Clemson University Gator Bowl (1977, 1978), Peach Bowl (1979) 1980Head Coach, College of William and Mary NCAA Playoffs (1986, 1989, 1990, 1993, 1996, 2001) 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) Most Coaching Victories in School History

“I’ve always admired the work Jimmye’s done at William and Mary. He’s an institution there. He’s very well-respected throughout the coaching fraternity. He’s the right man for the right college.” Darren Sharper - Green Bay Packers All-Pro safety

Mike Tomlin - Defensive Backs Coach, World Champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers “William and Mary set 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.” Mack Brown - University of Texas Head Coach “Jimmye is one of the top college football coaches in the game today. He has always won, and he has done it with integrity. His players graduate, and they handle themselves in a class manner off the field. He has also always stayed ahead of the game offensively. Because of his offensive knowledge and schemes, he can beat you with lesser talent.”

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Assistant Coaches Zbig Kepa

Bob Solderitch

Offensive Coordinator/ QBs, Receivers St. Joseph’s (IN), 1979

Assistant Head Coach/OL William and Mary, 1986

Offensive coordinator Zbig Kepa enters his 20th year on the William and Mary coaching staff as one of the most respected offensive coaches in the Atlantic 10. He joined the Tribe in 1984 as a part-time assistant coach working primarily with the defense. The following year Kepa became a full-time assistant and moved to offense where he took charge of the receivers. Kepa is also the Tribe’s chief recruiter in the Peninsula area of the state, and also recruits central and eastern Pennsylvania, along with Illinois, Michigan and Indiana. Since joining the offensive staff, Kepa has helped develop one of the most productive passing offenses in I-AA 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 and 31.3 points per game during Kepa’s 11-year stint as the offensive coordinator. Kepa’s receivers dominate the W&M record book, as seven of the top-10 all-time career reception yardage leaders were developed under his mentorship. 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 TD catches (27). Current charge and returning All-American, Rich Musinski, seems to be on course for rewriting all the Tribe records, as he has amassed 3,280 yards in three seasons, including a single-season record 1,393 yards in 2001. 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). 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 Pumas at quarterback and defensive back before a knee injury ended his playing career. He continued his involvement at St. Joseph’s as a student assistant coach and graduated in 1979 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education and health. Kepa earned his master’s in health and physical recreation from Purdue University in 1981. Upon completing his master’s, he assisted 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 (18), Nathanial (10) and Nicholas (8).

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Bob Solderitch, a 1986 graduate and former player at William and Mary, enters his 12th year with the College as one of the premier offensive line mentors in the I-AA ranks. He assumed the duties of assistant head coach in 2000. Since becoming a full-time assistant in 1996, Solderitch has groomed numerous first team all-conference performers nearly each year, including Josh Beyer (1996), Dan Rossettini (1997), Greg Whirley (1998), Matt Mazefsky (2000) and most recently Dwight Beard (2001 and 2002). Both Beyer and Beard went on to be named first team AllAmericans as well. Solderitch is also a top recruiter for W&M. He is W&M’s main contact in Northern Virginia, as well as central and western Pennsylvania, the home areas for many Tribe stars in recent years. After a brief stint with the Indianapolis Colts, Solderitch returned to his alma mater as a graduate assistant from 1986 to 1990. While earning his master’s in business administration at the College, his coaching duties included tight ends, long snappers and organizing the defensive scout team. He also assisted with the offensive line and helped prepare Tribe All-America linemen Scott Perkins and Reggie White. After receiving his masters, Solderitch was named as the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Newport News Apprentice. 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 worked with both the offensive and defensive lines over two seasons (1994-95). 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.

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Assistant Coaches Tom Clark

Levern Belin

Defensive Coordinator/DB Maryland, 1984

Defensive Line Wake Forest, 1991

Tom Clark enters his third season at William and Mary as the defensive coordinator. Under Clark’s tutelage, the Tribe’s defense has made significant strides in his first two years on the job. Last season, W&M’s defense had a number of highlights. The College began the season by holding Division I-A Indiana to just 268 yards of total offense. W&M shut down Hofstra’s attack in a 16-3 victory that was sealed when corner Billy Parker ran an interception back for a touchdown late in the game. The Tribe defenders also shined in other contests, including a 44-6 shelling of Rhode Island and a 30-13 victory over eventual league champ and playoff participant Northeastern. In 2001, Clark’s first year with W&M, the College used an aggressive, attacking style of play to show improvement in nearly every defensive category, registering 27 turnovers and 70 tackles for losses. Rebuilding is nothing new for Clark, as he restored Catholic University’s football program to national prominence as its head coach from 1994-2000. Clark came to Catholic and inherited a program that was in danger of being discontinued by the university after winning just one game the previous season. But Clark led the Cardinals to an 82 record, restoring the school’s faith in football. The Cardinals had unbeaten regular seasons in 1997 and 1998, and the 1999 team was 6-0 in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference en route to its first league championship and third-straight NCAA playoff bid. Prior to his arrival at Catholic, Clark, 43, was a graduate assistant at the University of Colorado, joining future head coaches like Gary Barnett, Ron Vanderlinden, Gerry DiNardo and Lou Tepper on the staff of Bill McCartney. During his time at Colorado, Clark coached the secondary in the 1987 Blue-Gray Game. Five players in that game went on to play in the NFL, including All-Pro cornerback Cris Dishman. Clark was also the head football coach and athletics director at Bishop McNamara High School in Forestville, Maryland. Clark began his coaching career in 1980 at St. John’s College High School in Washington, D.C., the same school at which he had played halfback and cornerback in 1974-75. Clark is a native of Washington, D.C. He received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland in 1986. He and his wife, Laurie, reside in Williamsburg and have two children, Kevin (11) and Samantha (8).

Levern Belin returns for his third season on the Tribe’s staff, and his first as W&M’s defensive line coach. Belin proved to be very productive as the squad’s linebackers coach in his first two years. In his first season working with the College’s program, his corps proved to be among the most productive on the squad, as four of the team’s five top tacklers came from the unit. Marty Magerko blossomed into one of the league’s top playmakers in 2001 under Belin’s watchful eye and earned second team all-conference honors, despite missing the majority of the final five games with an injury. Last year, seniors Andrew Solomon and Mohammed Youssofi were amongst the conference’s leading tacklers under Belin’s tutelage. Prior to arriving in Williamsburg, Belin was the defensive line coach at the University of Maryland, where he led Delbert Cowsette to first team All-ACC honors in 1999, while the Terps had the 39th-best rushing defense in the nation. Cowsette went on to be a draft pick of the Washington Redskins in 2000. Belin also tutored defensive tackle Kris Jenkins, who was selected by the Carolina Panthers in the 2001 NFL Draft. A 1991 graduate of Wake Forest, Belin started for three years under head coach Bill Dooley of the Demon Deacons. After getting his diploma, Belin began his college coaching career with a graduate assistantship at Boston College, where he coached the defensive backs. In 1992, he received a full-time position at Boston University, as the defensive line coach. After a year with the Terriers, Belin moved to East Tennessee State to be the linebackers coach for one season before joining the staff at Ball State. As the linebackers coach in his first season, and the defensive ends coach in his final four seasons, Belin helped lead the Ball State defense to the top of the Mid-American Conference, as the team won the conference championship in 1996. The Cardinals’ defense ranked first in the MAC and 34th in the nation in fewest yards allowed in 1997. That followed a 1996 season that saw Ball State rank 18th in NCAA Division I-A in scoring defense on its way to a berth in the Las Vegas Bowl. Belin and his wife, DeVida, were married in July 2000 and currently reside in Norge. An avid outdoorsman, Belin enjoys bass fishing in his spare time.

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Assistant Coaches Wayne Lineburg

Matt McLeod

Running Backs/ Recruiting Coordinator Virginia, 1996

Linebackers Clemson, 1997

Wayne Lineburg comes into the 2003 season for his fourth year on the Tribe’s full-time staff as the team’s running backs coach and recruiting coordinator. Lineburg, a hardworking and promising young coaching talent, mentored Tribe tailback Jon Smith to one of the finest rookie campaigns in school history in 2001, as the redshirt freshman led the team, and A10 freshmen, in both rushing yards (712) and rushing touchdowns (13). Smith followed that up with an equally successful 2002 campaign that saw him rush for 838 yards and nine scores. Lineburg coordinates the Tribe’s recruiting efforts that have brought in top-notch classes over the past few seasons. In addition, he is W&M’s chief recruiter in southwest Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, West Virginia and Kentucky. Despite the appointment at the College being his first as a fulltime coach, Lineburg brought the program a wealth of practical experience as he has served in various capacities on both the W&M and University of Virginia staffs. Just after his graduation from the University of Virginia in 1996, Lineburg worked as a volunteer with the Tribe program during its Yankee Conference Championship season. The following year he was elevated to a restricted earnings post and worked with the tight end position. Lineburg, who earned a master’s degree in higher education from W&M, spent the following two years (1998-99) as a graduate assistant at Virginia and helped the Cavaliers to consecutive bowl berths (1998 Peach Bowl, 1999 Micron PC Bowl). At Virginia, Lineburg’s primary duties involved working with the wide receivers (1998) and offensive line (1999). Prior to embarking on his coaching career, Lineburg was a quarterback in the Cavaliers program for four seasons. He received a varsity letter in his senior season (1995) and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Government. While at UVa, Lineburg was a member of three bowl teams. A native of Radford, Virginia, Lineburg attended Radford High School, where he was an all-district quarterback. Lineburg’s father, Norman, is the longtime head coach of Radford High’s program and is a member of the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame. Wayne, 29, is single and resides in the Williamsburg area.

Matt McLeod enters his first season as the Tribe’s linebackers coach, and fourth season in the program overall. McLeod tutored the W&M defensive line for the past two seasons before being named the linebackers coach prior to spring practice this year. A fiery leader, McLeod has motivated and mentored a trio of allconference performers over the past three seasons. His first season on campus saw him oversee standout Tribe defensive tackle Raheem Walker to All-American honors and first team All-Atlantic 10 accolades. In addition to Walker, defensive end Chris Stahl earned All-Atlantic 10 recognition in 2000 and 2001 under McLeod’s tutelage. Defensive tackle Chad Richards emerged as one of the league’s elite players in 2001, as he earned second team all-conference honors in his senior season. Last year, senior Marcus Washington earned third-team all-league honors at defensive tackle. McLeod, a former Clemson standout, came to the Williamsburg campus after spending two seasons at his alma mater as a graduate assistant coach (1998-99). While in this capacity, he worked with the Tigers’ defensive staff and was responsible for the linebacking corps. Among the players he tutored was consensus All-American linebacker and 1999 Atlantic Coast Conference Defensive Player of the Year Keith Adams, who went onto become a Butkus Award finalist and 2001 draft pick of the Tennessee Titans. Prior to joining the staff at Clemson, McLeod spent four seasons in the Tigers’ football program and earned four varsity letters at the center position. McLeod, who enjoys fishing and hunting in his spare time, resides in Williamsburg.

Marc Matthie Defensive Assistant William and Mary, 2002

Marc Matthie enters his second year as a defensive assistant. In this role, he assists with the squad’s linebacking corps. Matthie was a team captain and starting linebacker on the 2001 squad that captured the Atlantic 10 championship. Matthie also assists in the Tribe’s recruiting efforts, and is the contact person for Tribe recruits in the western part of the country. After earning his undergraduate degree from W&M in marketing, Matthie is currently working on a master ’s degree in higher education.

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Assistant Coaches Trevor Andrews

Jaime Elizondo

Defensive Assistant/DB Dayton, 1998

Tight Ends/Special Teams Maryland, 1997

Trevor Andrews comes into his third fall on the Tribe coaching staff as a defensive assistant. His primary duties are coaching the team’s cornerbacks. 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 BS 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, whose interests include playing the guitar and fishing, is single and resides in Williamsburg.

Jaime Elizondo is in his second year at William and Mary as the tight ends/special teams coach. Elizondo came to the Tribe family from Catholic University, where he served as special teams coordinator in 2001. During his stint there, he coordinated all aspects of special teams and pass defense. Elizondo recruits Florida, Texas and California for W&M. Prior to his stint at Catholic, Elizondo served as assistant recruiting coordinator at the University of Maryland, where he helped oversee one of the school’s best recruiting classes in 20 years. While at Maryland, Elizondo worked with reigning ACC Coach of the Year Ralph Friedgen as well as former Terps coach Ron Vanderlinden. Elizondo has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland, and in May of 2002, he completed his requirements for a law degree from American University. A native of El Paso, Texas, Elizondo is single and resides in Williamsburg.

All-Time Assistant Coaches Agee, Joe ........................................ 1959-60 Ake, Wally .......................................... 1979 Akers, John .................................... 1976-78 Baird, Boyd .................................... 1953-58 Bass, Marvin .................................. 1946-50 Belin, Levern .................................... 2001Belin, Warren ................................. 1995-96 Beightol, Larry .............................. 1968-71 Bottiglieri, 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 ......................................... 2001Clausen, Chuck ............................. 1969-70 Clements, Johnny .............................. 1952 Counselman, 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 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 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 .............................. 2000London, Mike ................................ 1991-94 Mahoney, Mike ................................... 1980 Mark, Joe ........................................ 1956-59 Martin, Kenny .................................... 1983 McCaulley, Don ............................ 1981-90 McCleod, Matt .................................. 2000McCray, “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 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

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Ross, Bobby ................................... 1967-70 Schnall, Steve ................................. 1978-79 Schudel, Paul ................................. 1972-73 Schwenke, Cliff .................................. 1982 Scott, Bill ........................................ 1931-36 Sherman, Bob ................................ 1972-79 Smith, 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 Williams, Alan ............................... 1996-00 Wilson, Barney .............................. 1947-50 Young, Cy ...................................... 1928-30 Zimmerman, Dave ....................... 1974-76

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Sports Medicine skilled, NATABOC-certified staff. medicine program. Reneé Cork, a graduate of Iowa State, A presence on the Tribe sideline for the is beginning her 12th year as the staff’s Se- past 40 years, retired Dr. George Oliver now Steve Cole nior Associate Director of Sports Medicine. holds the title of W&M’s team physician Director Cork recently received the Sport Safety emeritus. Oliver was recognized by the ColSports Medicine Training Award from the Red Cross and is lege as an honorary alumnus two years ago. in charge of the CPR training for all William Michael Potter is in his second year on and Mary coaches. This past year, the gov- the staff as the team physician. A family pracernor appointed Cork to the Athletic Train- tice/sports medicine specialist, Potter ing Advisory Board under the Board of earned his medical degree from Texas A&M. Medicine.␣ She is the only collegiate and fe- He completed his residency at the Riverside Reneé Cork male representative. Family Practice in Newport News and his Senior Associate Director Jonathan “Andy” Carter joined the Wil- sports medicine fellowship at Wake Forest Sports Medicine liam and Mary staff in 2000 as an associate University. Potter is in private practice with athletic trainer. He and his wife, Kristina, Tidewater Physicians Multispecialty Group. reside in Williamsburg.␣ Doctors Ed Wilhelm, Dan Carr and Alex Director of Sports Medicine Steve Cole John Knaul, a graduate of Alfred Uni- Lambert, surgeons with Virginia Orthopeenters his 21st year at the helm of the Will- versity, is in his fourth year as a senior assis- dics and Sports Medicine, provide the team’s iam and Mary Sports Medicine program. tant athletic trainer. Jon Thompson, a Rowan orthopedics care.␣ Each brings a vast amount One who is familiar with the logistics and College graduate, is entering his third year of experience to their positions, having scope of the sports medicine field on all lev- as a senior assistant athletic trainer. worked and traveled on the international els, Cole has a comprehensive knowledge of New to the staff this year are assistant level as sports medicine physicians. Also the broad discipline and all its components. athletic trainers Rebecca Cordell and David assisting the Tribe is chiropractor Bob Pinto. Under the direction of Cole, Tribe ath- Lagow. Cordell joins the staff after earning John Mitrovic, another former Tribe letes have the luxury of rehabilitating and her master’s degree from Campbell Univer- football player who graduated in 1983, is the treating injuries in a state-of-the-art athletic sity. She completed her bachelor’s degree at owner/director of Williamsburg Physical training facility. There are␣ seven full-time Duquesne University. Lagow comes to the Therapy Center. He is a licensed physical certified athletic trainers,␣ two graduate Tribe from Charleston, SC, where he earned therapist, a certified strength and conditionassistants␣ from the post-graduate athletic his undergraduate degree at the College of ing specialist and a certified athletic trainer. training educational␣ pr ogram at Old Domin- Charleston and his master’s at The Citadel. Mitrovic works with the program as a physiion University and student aides on staff. In addition to the full-time athletic train- cal therapy consultant. A certified athletic trainer (NATA) and ers, the sports medicine staff consists of a William and Mary’s “team approach” strength and conditioning specialist (NSCA), team physician and a network of physicians to health care allows the sports medicine proCole graduated from West Virginia Univer- and medical specialists from the local com- gram to offer a wide range of comprehensity in 1976 with a bachelor ’s degree in munity. The team physician oversees the full- sive service to the student-athletes in a carphysical education and athletic training. He time athletic training staff and has overall ing, cooperative manner. subsequently earned a master’s degree in responsibility for supervising the sports sports medicine in 1978 from the University of Virginia. 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 and five-year old daughter Sydney Janaé. With 23 sports under his supervision, Cole␣ eceives r plenty of assistance from his Director of Sports Medicine Steve Cole tends to lineman Matthew Witham last season.

Nationally-Recognized Educational Reputation Throughout the year the College hosts a wide range of athletic training programs, drawing participants from across the country. The ACES preparatory workshop for the NATABOC certification exam is designed to identify an athletic training student’s strengths and weaknesses. The sports medicine workshops, basic and advanced, cater to nearly 100 high school students. Classroom instruction, with respect to emergency procedures, referring injured athletes and rehabilitating injuries, is mixed with hands-on training techniques as students participate in actual taping and wrapping. W&M is the only institution in the nation to offer such a wide range of athletic training educational programs.

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Administrative Support Staff In addition to the tutelage of coaches on the playing fields and teachers in the classrooms, many others contribute vital efforts to the cause of William and Mary football. From the academic advisors to the sports psychologist, many different people give their time and energy to help the program. Academic advising is of significant importance to the educational development of the student-athlete. While W&M holds firm to the concept of “self-determination,” each individual is responsible for directing his own college experience. Comprehensive support services are provided for all students, including consultation with faculty freshman and concentration advisors. In addition, the department offers an academic support program for student-athletes with extensive tutorial opportunities, organized study groups and a monitored study hall with on-site tutors for modern languages and mathematics. Bill Bryant enters his sixth year as the College’s Director of Compliance. Bryant came to W&M with a diverse and well-rounded background in collegiate administration. Under the direction of Bryant, the compliance office works with the NCAA Clearing House to determine initial eligibility of all student athletes and continues to monitor their eligibility throughout their college careers. Bryant is also responsible for making sure that all student-athletes, coaches and staff are aware of and follow NCAA rules. Prior to arriving in Williamsburg, Bryant had spent seven years as the Asst. AD for Student Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh. In that capacity he was responsible for the development of academic programs for student athletes, NCAA compliance and eligibility and served as the academic liaison for the football program. A 1970 graduate of Cal-Davis, Bryant also served three-year stints in similar positions at both Arizona State (1987-90) and Oregon (1984-87), where he also earned his M.S. in Physical Education. Bryant and his wife, JoAnn, are the parents of two children, Christy (26), a graduate of Bowling Green, and Bobby (21), an avid hockey player. Bobby was a member of the SUNY-Morrisville icehockey team which won the Junior College National Championship two years ago. The academic support coordinator, Nancy Everson, is a member of the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics and the National Academic Advising Association. Everson is a graduate of William and Mary with a degree in psychology. With the assistance of interns from the Graduate School of Education, she monitors the academic progress of student-athletes, coordinates the tutorial and study hall programs and serves as a point of referral to campus counseling services as well as the Writing Resource Center, the Oral Communication Studio and Disability Services. Nancy’s biggest asset to the athletic department is her care and concern for the student-athlete. She has the ability to direct studentathletes to the proper resources and to serve as a liaison between the athletic department and various campus entities. Cooperative arrangements exist within the College’s professional staff to provide specialized study skills workshops, freshman orientation sessions and career development seminars to assist student-athletes at all levels in maximizing their potential.

Another valuable member of the athletic department is sports psychologist Deidre Connelly, who is entering her 12th year with the William and Mary athletic department. Connelly came to the College from Iowa, where she was a professor and the director of the sport psychology program. 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 master’s and Ph.D. in sports psychology from Virginia. Teresa Ptachick is entering her third year on the Tribe football staff as the program’s Coordinator of Football Operations . In this capacity, Ptachick coordinates all aspects of team travel in conjunction with the head athletic trainer and associate athletics director for business affairs. In addition, she organizes and directs all facets of on-campus recruiting. Ptachick assists with the organizational and operational duties associated with the Colonial All-Pro Football Camp as well. The primary contact person for the Football Parents Club and the Quarterback Club, Ptachick also oversees budget operations in the football office, while at the same time assisting the coaching staff with game week preparation. Teresa and her husband, Kevin, have two children, 13-year old TJ and 10-year old Alexandra, and reside in the Williamsburg area. Jerry Fife is entering his second season as the head equipment manager at the College of William and Mary. Fife handles all of the equipment issues for the Tribe football squad, including ordering and maintaining all of the team’s gear. Fife comes to the College from Ashland University, where he held the position of Head Equipment Coordinator for the past four years. During his time at Ashland, Fife was able to establish many contacts with vendors and national merchandising companies that should help him greatly in his position at William and Mary. He supervised a staff that included two graduate assistants as well as student employees. Well-respected among his peers, Fife has chaired the Athletic Equipment Managers Association’s National Curriculum Committee for the past two years. He was a presenter at the AEMA’s national convention last June in New Orleans. In addition to his work as the equipment manager, Fife also was an instructor of sports sciences at Ashland. After earning his undergraduate degree from Ashland in 1994, he began his career in the profession as a graduate assistant equipment coordinator, a position he held in 1996-97. He went on to earn a master’s degree from Ashland in 2001. Fife is certified by the AEMA and has designed and maintained his own computer inventory program for use with studentathletes.

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Strength Training

Strength coach John Sauer (pictured above spotting 2003 Winter Warrior Award winner Wade Harrell) oversaw the design of the Joseph W. Montgomery Strength Training Center, giving the College one of the top training centers in the nation. Strength and conditioning coach John Sauer is starting his 16th season with W&M athletes and the results speak for themselves. Tribe football players have garnered All-America strength honors the past 14 seasons (tailback Tyrone Shelton, a 1990 seventh round NFL draft pick of the L.A. Rams, was awarded the honor in 1989; former NFL tailback Robert Green, earned it in 1990; tight end Michael Locke in 1991; linebacker Keith Booker in 1992; center Tony Tomich in 1993; defensive tackle Jim Simpkins in 1994; offensive lineman Josh Beyer in 1995; defensive tackle Brian Giamo in 1996; safety Sean McDermott in 1997; offensive tackle Sean Reid in 1998; Mike Beverly in 1999, Todd Greineder in 2000; Marty Magerko in 2001 and Mohammed Youssofi in 2002). In 1995, Sauer designed the Joseph W. Montgomery Strength Training Center located in the lower level of William and Mary Hall. This 5,000-square foot facility contains 12,000 pounds of free weights, 6,500 pounds of dumbbells and 3,500 pounds of rubber bumper plates. In addition it has 14 custom built olympic platforms, 14 multipurpose power racks, a fully equipped plyometric area and also a wide variety of selectorized machines. 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 a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association, International Sports Science Association, U.S. Weightlifting Federation and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. He has achieved Level I Club Coach certification from the U.S.W.F. and Level I Coaches certification from the U.S.A. Track and Field Association. Sauer was certified as a Level II Senior Coach by the U.S.W.F. in 2000. From 1996-98, Sauer was honored as Strength and Conditioning Professional of the Year by the Colonial Athletic Association. Sauer is single and lives in Williamsburg.

In his first year as an assistant strength and conditioning coach is David Marmon, who will be working primarily with men’s and women’s soccer, swimming and diving, men’s and women’s tennis, field hockey, lacrosse and volleyball. In addition, he will be assisting Sauer with the football, basketball and baseball squads. Marmon also manages the daily operations and maintenance of the Joseph W. Montgomery Strength Training Center. A 2000 graduate of Auburn University, Marmon came to W&M from Georgia Southern University, where he earned a master’s degree in kinesiology this past spring. While there, he was a graduate assistant for the Eagles’ athletics department. In addition, Marmon has worked with the football squads at both Auburn and Miami (FL). A member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association, Marmon is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.

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Team Captains Player Bios

Marques Bobo

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Sr., Defensive Back, 5-10, 200 Charlotte, NC (Charlotte Latin) Major: Information Technology W&M: Returning third-team all-conference performer who has played both safety positions with excellence in his first three years at W&M … Gifted athlete who is one of the league’s impact players in the defensive backfield … Tremendous speed (4.40 40-yard dash) and strength (405-pound bench press, 305-pound hang clean) … Outstanding work ethic … Good explosiveness and vision … Tied the school record with a four-game interception streak from late 2001 until early in the 2002 season… 2002: Despite missing action in three games due to injuries, still managed to record 64 tackles and pick off two passes on the season … Made 10 tackles, a season-high, in the finale against Richmond … Had nine tackles against James Madison … Made an interception in the win over New Hampshire, extending the team’s streak of consecutive games with an INT to nine … Kept the Tribe alive in the opening game against Division I-A Indiana, picking off a second quarter pass in the end zone that eventually led to a Tribe touchdown, while also leading the squad with six unassisted tackles … 2001: Started all 12 games at free safety and earned third-team All-A10 honors … Earned first team All-ECAC honors … Led team with five INTs (returned for 157 yards) and was fifth overall in A10 … Finished second on the team in PBUs (10) and sixth in total tackles (75) … Turned in game-clinching interception in team’s A10-title sealing win over Villanova, thwarting the Wildcats’ last-second comeback bid … Set up a crucial score in tight win over Richmond with 76-yard INT return … Had personal season-

high 12 stops vs. Hofstra … Ended the season strong, recording three INTs and five PBUs over the final three games … Participated on a total of 737 defensive snaps … 2000: Was the team’s only true freshman to see any playing time ... Played in 10 games at defensive back, recording 30 tackles and forcing two fumbles in 304 defensive snaps ... Charlotte Latin School: Four-year letterwinner at defensive back for coach Larry McNulty ... Named all-state at defensive back ... Named all-conference as a sophomore, junior and senior ... Led the county and state in tackles as a senior after averaging 15.5 per game ... Caught two touchdown passes, including the game-winner in the NCISAA state championship game ... Also lettered four times in track and earned allstate honors as a sprinter ... Personal: Son of Karl and Wanda Bobo... Father Karl played football at Arizona State ... Enjoys water-skiing, lifting weights, music and basketball in his free time ... Born June 11, 1982.

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Bobo’s Career Defensive Stats T A Total PBU 16 14 30 0 50 25 75 10 38 26 64 5 104 65 169 15

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Rich Musinski

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Sr., Wide Receiver, 6-1, 195 West Pittston, PA (Wyoming Area) Major: Accounting

W&M: Enters season as an All-American candidate and is one of the nation’s top receiving threats … The school’s all-time leader with 3,280 receiving yards … Comes into the season needing 30 catches to break Dave Conklin’s school record (190 receptions) … Durable player who can play through pain … Has not missed a start in his three seasons on the travel squad … Has gone over the 100-yard mark a school-record 16 times in his 34 career games and needs just eight more 100-yard games to break Jerry Rice’s NCAA record … Enters the season needing 665 yards to become the Atlantic 10’s all-time leading receiver (3,944 yds, Brian Forster, URI 1983-87) … Currently seventh in NCAA I-AA history in receiving yards per game with an average of 96.5 … Combines great hands, outstanding speed and athleticism to be one of the country’s premier playmakers … Fastest receiver in Tribe history to 1,000 yards (13 games), 2000 yards (23 games) and 3000 yards (31 games) … Has at least one TD in 15 of the last 21 games … Earned league Rookie of the Year honors in 2000 … Set the school’s single-season record for receiving yards (1,393) and yards per catch (23.6) in 2001 … Converted 96 of his 117 receptions over past two seasons into first downs … Also contributes on special teams as a returner … 2002: Started all 11 games and earned first team All-Atlantic 10 honors … Also earned first team All-ECAC and All-VaSID accolades … Posted six 100-yard games while leading the conference in receiving yards (103.6) … Finished ninth in the nation with 103.6 receiving yards per game … Posted touchdown receptions of 80, 51, 47, 45, 40, 33, 27, 24 and four yards on the year … 44 of his 58 receptions on the year resulted in first downs … Made two beautiful touchdown catches in the season finale against Richmond … Went over the 1,000-

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Player Bios yard mark for the year against JMU, making him the only receiver in school history to post two 1,000-yard receiving seasons … Made four catches for 117 yards against URI, his fifth-straight game over the 100-yard mark … Recorded eight catches for 115 yards against Villanova, moving over the 3,000-yard mark for his career in the process … Was a standout in the Homecoming win over nationallyranked Northeastern, making six catches for 132 yards and two touchdowns … Had seven catches for 126 yards in the win over UNH … Set the stage for the Tribe’s winning score in the 16-3 victory over Hofstra with a 41-yard reception late in the game … Against Delaware, had a career-high with 194 yards on nine catches (season-best), including touchdown grabs of 45 and 51 yards … Amassed 231 total yards and also scored his first career two-point conversion against the Blue Hens … Led by an 80-yard scoring reception, made five catches for 125 yards in the 62-31 win over VMI … Snagged a 24-yard touchdown reception in the season-opener at Division I-A Indiana to tie the game in the first quarter … Finished the year with 1,140 yards on 58 catches, an average of 19.7 yards per catch … 2001: Started all 12 games and turned in one of the finest single seasons ever by a Tribe wideout … Earned first team All-A10, ECAC and VaSID honors … Named to third team All-America honors by Don Hansen’s Football Gazette … Set the school single season record for receiving yards (1,393) and yards per game (116.1) … His average per catch, average yards per game and punt return average (17.1) all led the A10 … His TD receptions (12) were second in the league, while his average of 4.92 catches per game was fourth overall … His 12 TD receptions were the most by a Tribe receiver since Josh Whipple (1993-96) caught 13 during the 1996 conference championship season … An amazing 52 of his 59 catches on the season went for first downs … Averaged 163.4 all-purpose yards per game, the fourth-highest total in the conference … Turned in nine plays on the season of 50 yards or better (catches of 80, 75, 66, 55, 53, 52 and 51 yards and punt returns of 83 and 60 yards) … Started the season by reeling in 10 passes for 149 yards and three touchdowns in the upset of UMass … Returned punt 83 yards for score next week in win over VMI … Had five catches for 121 yards vs. ECU, including an 80-yard catch and run for a score … Set his career-high for receiving yards (164) on six receptions vs. UNH … Had four receptions for 146 yards vs. URI, all going for more than 30 yards … Provided the team’s “big-play” on all three Tribe scoring drives in the squad’s 2117 win over Delaware, including the scoring the decisive points on a fourth quarter, 30-yard reception … Turned in 225 all-purpose yards in the Homecoming win over Maine (144 receiving, 81 on punt returns) … Caught two TDs (16 yards and 31 yards) in win over Richmond … Had 126 receiving yards in A10-title clinching win over Villanova … Finished on strong note by taking five spirals for 151 yards in the NCAA Playoff game vs. Appalachian State, including a 75-yard touchdown reception … Participated on 727 offensive snaps … 2000: Played and started all 11 games as a redshirt freshman and was named A10 Rookie of the Year after catching 44 passes for 747 yards and three touchdowns ... Named offensive player of the week by the coaching staff after the week one loss to UMass, where his first career catch went for 86 yards and a TD ... Named A10 Rookie of the Week two times (vs. VMI and vs. Maine) ... 1999: Scout team ... Wyoming Area High School: Three-year letterwinner as a wide receiver and cornerback for coach Paul Marranca ... All-state first team wide receiver ... All-region first team wide receiver ... Recorded 64 catches for 1,076 yards and 16 TDs in 1998 ... Holds West Pittston school record for most TDs in a game with seven ... Also lettered three years in baseball and two years in basketball ... National Honor Society ... Personal: Son of Peter and Deborah Musinski ... Cousin, Bob Sura, played collegiate basketball for Florida State and now plays professionally with the NBA’s Golden State Warriors ... Plans to pursue an MBA after graduation ... Born October 12, 1980.

Musinski’s Career Receiving Stats Rec. Yards Avg. TD 44 747 17.0 3 59 1,393 23.6 12 58 1,140 19.7 9 161 3,280 20.4 24

Year 2000 2001 2002 Total

G/S 11/11 12/12 11/11 34/34

Year 2000 2001 2002 Total

Musinski’s Career Return Stats Kick Returns Punt Returns Att. Yards Avg. Att. Yards 2 34 17.0 7 18 12 224 18.7 17 290 1 13 13.0 18 127 15 271 18.1 42 435

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Long 86 80 80 86

Avg. 2.6 17.1 7.1 10.4

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Player Bios Stephen Ball

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Lang Campbell

So., Offensive Lineman, 6-3, 280 Dumfries, VA (C.D. Hylton) Major: Undecided

Jr., Quarterback, 6-3, 200 Winchester, VA (Handley) Major: History

W&M: Comes into season as a walk-on guard who has promise to contribute as a reserve this fall … Listed as the backup at right guard … Strong player who could earn increased role with continued hard work … 2002: Scout team … Earned a Scout Team Player of the Week honor … C.D. Hylton High School: Three-year letterwinner on the offensive and defensive line for coach Bill Brown … Captained the team to a state semifinal berth and a 12-1 overall record … Named first team all-district … Recorded 15 tackles for loss on defense and 32 pancake blocks on the offensive line in his senior year … Also lettered four times in wrestling, where he twice qualified for the state championships … Personal: Son of Charles and Deborah Ball … Sister, Marisa, was a three-year letterwinner in basketball at the U.S. Naval Academy … Born October 25, 1983.

Adam Bratton

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So., Tight End, 6-3, 245 Montoursville, PA (Montoursville) Major: Kinesiology

W&M: Enters season coming off solid spring that saw him secure backup duties at tight end … A good athlete who will contribute strength and size at point of attack … Possesses solid ball skills … Needs to improve knowledge of offense and pass pro technique … Converted from Bandit position last spring to tight end … 2002: Saw action in eight games at tight end, catching seven passes for 129 yards, including one touchdown ... Averaged 18.4 yards per catch, second on the squad ... Caught his first career touchdown pass with a 29-yard reception from Lang Campbell in the win over VMI ... 2001: Scout team … Montoursville High School: Three-year letterwinner at wide receiver, outside linebacker, tight end and punter for coach Jim Bergen … Earned all-conference honors in his sophomore, junior and senior seasons … Caught 50 passes for 963 yards and 11 touchdowns as a wideout during his senior season, while also recording three interceptions and 97 tackles as a linebacker … Also lettered four times in basketball and twice in track and field … Personal: Son of Rod and Jeanne Bratton … Father, Rod, played football at Penn State from 1971-75 … Enjoys weightlifting, listening to music and playing basketball … Born October 31, 1982.

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W&M: Steps into the starting role at QB after spending two seasons as top reserve to David Corley … Has impressed staff for three-straight springs with his knowledge of offense and leadership skills … Size and athleticism allow him to see entire field … Competitive player with good arm strength who can throw on the run ... Elusive ball carrier with the speed to finish runs in the open field … Intelligent player with good game instincts … Ended spring semester with a GPA over 3.6, earning Dean’s List honors … Carries an overall GPA of better than 3.4 into the fall … 2002: Played in five games, completing seven of 13 passes for 69 yards and one touchdown ... Also ran five times for 23 yards and one score ... Both of his touchdowns came in the win over VMI, as he tossed a 29-yard touchdown pass to Adam Bratton and also ran for a three-yard score ... Earned Academic AllConference honors … 2001: Spent season with travel squad as top reserve … Saw action in two games, completing eight passes on 10 attempts for 141 yards and a score … Threw his first career TD vs. VMI … Ran for first career touchdown on a nine-yard sneak vs. East Carolina … 2000: Scout team ... Handley High School: Three-year letterwinner at quarterback for coach Todd Hill ... Led Handley to a 12-2 record and the Division III state title game as a senior ... Named first team All-Northwestern District, all-area, All-Region II and all-state ... Named Player of the Year by the Northern Virginia Daily ... Selected to play quarterback for the East squad in the Virginia Coaches All-Star Game in July and earned co-player of the game honors ... Threw for 2,200 yards and 14 touchdowns as a senior ... Also earned three letters in baseball and basketball ... Basketball Player of the Year in the district, area, and region en route to first team all-state honors in Group AA as a senior ... First team all-district and all-region in baseball as a senior ... Played for the AA State Champion in baseball in 1999 ... Personal: Son of John and Nancy Campbell... Enjoys playing sports, listening to music, and reading in his free time ... Born September 25, 1981.

Year 2001 2002 Total

G/S 2/0 5/0 7/0

Campbell’s Career Passing Stats Att. Cmp. Pct. Yards 10 8 .800 141 13 7 .538 69 23 15 .652 210

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TD 1 1 2

INT 0 0 0


Player Bios Paul Carpenter

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Stephen Cason

Sr., Linebacker, 6-1, 210 Winchester, VA (Handley) Major: Psychology

So., Defensive Back, 6-0, 202 Richmond, VA (James River) Major: Marketing

W&M: All-conference performer who will be a leader on the Tribe defense … Tops among returnees with 84 tackles last year … Very consistent and solid player … Improved his overall understanding of the defense and his ability to make plays in the spring session … Outstanding tackler … Has improved speed and strength in each of his first three years on the squad … Good techniques and concentration … Third-team all-conference pick last year … 2002: Finished third on the team with 84 tackles, the top returning total on the squad ... Recorded three TFLs and two sacks on the season ... Had nine tackles in the team’s dominant defensive performance at Hofstra ... Followed that up with three straight double-digit tackle games: an 11-tackle performance against UNH, a 10-tackle showing against Northeastern and 12 stops against Villanova ... Recorded eight tackles and a sack in the win over Rhode Island ... Finished the season with eight stops against Richmond in the season finale ... 2001: Played in all 12 games, starting the final five at linebacker … Pressed into duty after starting LB Marty Magerko was injured vs. Delaware and responded by being one of squad’s most productive players … Finished fourth on team in total tackles (83, 44 solo) and TFLs (six for a loss of 18 yards) … Led the team in tackles in three of the five games he started … Recorded 47 tackles, three sacks (-16 yards) and three TFLs over the final four games of the regular season … 2000: Played well in limited action at linebacker ... Saw limited defensive snaps, but was a solid special teams player, recording six tackles ... 1999: Scout team ... Handley High School: Four-year letterwinner as a linebacker and tight end for coach Todd Hill … 1998 all-state TE and LB … 1998 Northern Virginia Daily Player of the Year … 1999 VHSL All-Star … 1998 Winchester Star Player of the Year … Recorded 172 tackles, four sacks, and four interceptions his senior year … Pulled in 27 catches and three TDs as a TE his senior year … Also lettered two years in baseball and one year in swimming … Personal: Son of Dwight and Margaret Carpenter … Enjoys working on the computer and music … Born October 28, 1980.

Year 2000 2001 2002 Total

G/S 5/0 12/5 11/9 28/14

Carpenter’s Career Defensive Stats T A Total TFL/Yds 5 1 6 0 44 39 83 6/-18 39 45 84 3/-13 88 85 173 9/-31

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W&M: Solid corner who made a good impression in his first as a starter … Versatile athlete with the skills and confidence to be an all-conference level performer … Needs to continue to play within his abilities to build on his early success … Has outstanding athleticism (4.40 second 40-yard dash) and ball skills … Great explosiveness (32.5-inch vertical leap) and sure tackler … Set the team’s cornerback position record for the squat (560 pounds) … Will challenge for special team return duties … 2002: Started 10 games at cornerback, recording 47 tackles, including three TFLs, plus three TFLs and eight pass breakups ... Also returned seven kickoffs for 197 yards (28.1 yard-average, tops on the team) ... Recorded first career interception against Northeastern ... Had an interception and forced a fumble against Villanova, earning Quarterback Club’s Defensive Player of the Week award ... Named Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week for his performance against JMU, where he made eight tackles and also had an interception and a field goal block ... 2001: Scout team … James River High School: Four-year letterwinner at running back, cornerback and kick returner for coach Cris Bell … Rushed for 1,467 yards and 20 touchdowns in his high school career … Scored four touchdowns on kick returns … Also lettered twice in basketball and track … Personal: Son of Steven and Sharon Cason … Sister, Sheree, just completed her junior year at William and Mary and is a cheerleader for the College … Enjoys playing video games and hanging out with friends … Born November 10, 1983.

Year 2002

Year 2002

G/S 11/10

Cason’s Career Defensive Stats T A Total TFL/Yards INT 34 13 47 3/-11 3

Att. 7

Cason’s Career Return Stats Kick Returns Yards Avg. 197 28.1

PBU 8

Sks/Yds 0 3/-12 2/-10 5/-22

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Player Bios Charlie Clarke

Derek Coppess

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RF, Wide Receiver, 6-2, 180 Lake Odessa, MI (Lakewood) Major: Undecided

RF, Linebacker, 6-0, 225 Highland Park, TX (Highland Park) Major: Economics and Religion W&M: Solid athlete with a great understanding of the Tribe’s defensive schemes … Will need to be more physical … Carries a GPA over 3.1 into the fall semester … 2002: Walked on to the team in the fall and contributed to the scout team … Earned a Scout Team Player of the Week honor … Highland Park High School: Twoyear letterwinner at linebacker for coach Randy Allen … All-district … Won team’s offseason achievement award … Personal: Son of David and Cindy Clarke … High school’s junior class president … Enjoys golf, fantasy sports and cooking … Born August 4, 1983.

Delmus Coley II

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W&M: Saw extended reps at wide receiver this spring … A hard working player who will continue to improve as he builds more experience … 2002: Scout team … Earned a Scout Team Player of the Week honor … Lakewood High School: Two-year letterwinner at quarterback for coach Randall Hager … Battled back from an injury-filled junior season to gain all-county, all-league and all-area honors as a senior signal caller … Also lettered three times in basketball and once each in track and baseball … Personal: Son of Ronald and Ellyn Coppess … Father, Ronald, was a four-year starter at tight end for Ferris State University … Four-year honor roll student … Enjoys pottery, architecture and hunting … Plans to major in business … Born April 21, 1983.

32 Bobby Daush

RF, Running Back, 5-9, 195 Virginia Beach, VA (Floyd Kellam) Major: Undecided W&M: Talented tailback with breakaway speed (4.47 40-yard dash) … Turned in outstanding spring and is poised to be an impact player this fall … Very elusive player who runs low and strong … Open field running ability and good ball skills make him a pass catching threat out of the backfield … 2002: Primarily a scout team player, but saw some practice time with travel squad … Floyd Kellam High School: Four-year letterwinner at tailback for coach Chris DeWitt … Rushed for 2,238 yards and 24 touchdowns as a senior … Set a Beach District single game record with 340 yards … Named Virginia Beach Co-Offensive Player of the Year … Hampton Roads’ all-time single-season rushing leader … First team all-state running back … Won the Maury Riganto Memorial Award for Outstanding Metropolitan Scholastic Football Player of the Year … Also lettered four years in track … Personal: Son of Delmus and Phyllis Coley … Homecoming King his senior year … Enjoys playing video games and lifting weights … Born November 15, 1983.

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RF, Defensive Lineman, 6-2, 250 Memphis, TN (Christian Brothers) Major: Undeclared W&M: Dedicated worker who moved inside from the defensive end position … Improved each day of spring practice at DL … Needs to work on strength in order to continue his development … Ended spring semester with a GPA over 3.0 … Carries a GPA over a 3.0 into the fall semester … 2002: Scout team … Honored with a Scout Team Player of the Week citation … Christian Brothers High School: Three-year letterwinner at middle linebacker and tight end for coach Kevin LoCastro … Started three years and was the team’s leading tackler for final two seasons … Named all-metro and all-state as a senior … Had more than 200 career tackles … Also lettered four years in basketball and twice in baseball … Personal: Son of Michael and Barbara Daush … Father, Michael, played basketball for two years at Christian Brothers University … President of school’s student government … Enjoys hanging out with friends and listening to music … Plans to major in public policy … Born August 8, 1983.

Corey Davis

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RF, Quarterback, 6-1, 190 Chesapeake, VA (Deep Creek) Major: Undecided W&M: Young quarterback who showed potential this spring … Athletic player with good strength and an accurate arm … Needs to gain more experience in the Tribe’s offense … Finished the spring semester with a GPA over 3.5 … Holds a GPA over 3.5 heading into the fall semester … 2002: Scout team … Deep Creek High

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Player Bios School: Three-year letterwinner at quarterback, safety, kicker and punter for coach David Cox … Named to the all-district team his senior year … Set school records with 1,255 yards and 18 touchdowns … Averaged 38 yards per punt, also a school record … Also lettered four times in baseball and twice in basketball … Member of Tidewater Drillers AAU baseball squad that won the state championship and was ranked fifth in the nation in 1998 … Personl: Son of John and Lorraine Davis … Father, John, played professional baseball in the Chicago White Sox organization … Enjoys playing golf in his spare time … Plans to major in business … Born December 25, 1983.

Chris Faha

play all three positions on the offensive front … 2002: Added to the team’s depth on the offensive line, where he played 22 offensive snaps … 2001: Scout team … Wayne Hills High School: Two-year letterwinner at defensive lineman for coach Chris Olsen … Earned numerous honors during his senior year, including first team Division 3 all-state, all-league, all-county and all-area selections … Selected to play in the New Jersey North-South All-Star Classic … Personal: Son of Diane Kisala … Enjoys watching the sunset, weight lifting and listening to Led Zeppelin … Born March 16, 1983.

Jerome Griffin, Jr.

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Jr., Defensive Lineman, 6-3, 240 Sumter, SC (Crestwood) Major: Accounting

So., Fullback, 6-1, 210 Silver Spring, MD (Good Counsel) Major: Psychology W&M: A fullback with good size and ball skills for position … Will compete for special teams play as he works to improve on techniques this fall … Last name pronounced FAY … 2002: Contributed on special teams … 2001: Scout team … Our Lady of Good Counsel: Two-year letterwinner at running back and linebacker for coach Tim Kolar … Served as team captain for his senior season … Also lettered in basketball and track … Was a member of the 4x400 relay team that broke the school record … Personal: Son of Joseph and Suzanne Faha … Born December 11, 1982.

Kyle Floberg

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RF, Linebacker, 6-0, 215 Portland, OR (Jesuit) Major: Undecided W&M: Joined the team for spring practice after transferring to the College from the University of Arizona … Aggressive player … Good footwork … Athletic … Needs to gain a better understanding of the defense … Completed the spring semester with a GPA over 3.1 … Jesuit: three-year letterwinner at linebacker for coach Ken Potter … First team all-state linebacker as a senior … Metro League Co-Defensive Player of the Year … Personal: Son of Charles and Marcia Floberg … Plans to major in economics with a minor in philosophy … Born March 20, 1983.

Michael Grenz

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So., Offensive Lineman, 6-3, 282 Wayne, NJ (Wayne Hills) Major: Psychology W&M: Comes into the fall as the squad’s backup center … Turned in a productive spring and displayed the ability to

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W&M: Instinctive player who returns as the starter at the Bandit position on the defensive line … Missed most of spring drills due to injury … Quickness and strength are top assets … Outstanding attitude and work ethic … 2002: Started all 11 games at the Bandit defensive end position ... Recorded 60 tackles, the top returning total on the defensive line ... Also credited with five TFLs, including two sacks, along with one fumble recovery ... Made five tackles, including one TFL (-5 yards) in the 44-6 defeat of Rhode Island ... Had seven tackles in the Tribe’s win at New Hampshire ... Helped W&M to a 16-3 win over Hofstra with three tackles, including one TFL (-1 yard) plus a fumble recovery ... Made five stops in the victory over VMI ... Made a season-high eight tackles in the game against Maine ... 2001: Played in nine games as a true freshman, primarily seeing action at the Bandit position … In making his first career start vs. Hofstra, he became the first true freshman to start a game for Tribe on defensive line since former All-American Raheem Walker made three starts as a true freshman in 1996 … Ended year with 26 total tackles (4 solo) … Recorded sacks on consecutive plays in his first career game action (vs. New Hamsphire) … Had a career high eight tackles vs. Hofstra … Also turned in four QB hurries on the season … Played on a total of 155 defensive snaps … Crestwood High School: Three-year letterwinner at defensive end, tight end and punter for coach Keith Crolley … Earned allarea and all-region selections after senior season … Averaged 44.7 yards per punt in his career … Recorded 107 tackles, including 33 that resulted in a loss of yardage, in his career … Also lettered for three years in track as a shot put thrower … Personal: Son of Lanita Davis and Jerome Griffin, Sr. … Enjoys video games and playing the saxophone in his free time … Born September 28, 1983.

Year 2001 2002 Total

G/S 9/1 11/11 20/12

Griffin’s Career Defensive Stats T A Total TFL/Yards 4 22 26 2/-14 28 32 60 5/-10 32 54 86 7/-24

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Sack/Yards 2/-14 2/-2 4/-16

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Player Bios Steven Hargrove

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Wade Harrell

So., Running Back, 6-1, 240 Alexandria, VA (Woodberry Forest) Major: Psychology

W&M: Brings a wealth of athletic abilities to Tribe’s tailback position … Has speed, agility and ball skills to be game-breaking back, but needs to concentrate on improving strength and stamina to fulfill his potential … Has tremendous size and explosiveness … Possesses speed to get to the perimeter and is elusive in the open field … These attributes make him a dangerous return specialist … 2002: Finished second on the squad with 327 rushing yards on just 57 carries, an average of 5.7 yards per carry … Both of his rushing touchdowns were on plays of 50plus yards … Caught seven passes for 50 yards and one score … Led the Tribe with 275 kick return yards … Average of 25.0 yards per kick return was tops in the Atlantic 10 … Scored on a 51-yard burst up the middle against VMI … Also hit paydirt on a 59-yard rush in the 44-6 win over Rhode Island, earning Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week honors … Caught his first career TD reception against Maine … Played a total of 171 offensive snaps … 2001: Was impressive in fall until shoulder injury late in camp forced him to take a redshirt season … Woodberry Forest School: Four-year letterwinner at running back and defensive back for coach Bill Davis … Earned all-state honors twice … Captained the team in his senior year … Averaged over 12 yards per carry and 175 yards per game … Set a school-record with 26 touchdowns in his senior season …Also lettered for three years in both track and basketball … Personal: Son of Teresa and Steven Hargrove … Father, Steven, played two years of football at Potomac State … Enjoys community service and computers … Born June 23, 1983.

Year 2002

Year 2002

G/ S 10/0

Hargrove’s Career Rushing Stats Att. Yards Avg. TD 57 327 5.7 2

Att. 11

Hargrove’s Career Return Stats Kick Returns Yards Avg. TDs 275 25.0 0

Long 59

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Jr., Defensive Line, 6-2, 230 Smithfield, VA (Smithfield) Major: Kinesiology W&M: Winner of the annual John A. Stewart Memorial Winter Warrior Award for his outstanding work in offseason conditioning … Will see extensive playing time at the Bandit end position and is one of the team’s best pass rushers … Has shown the potential to be a playmaker … Workaholic in the weight room (320-pound hang clean) … Good quickness … Earned Dean’s List citation with a spring semester GPA over 3.7 … 2002: Stood out on defense in the early part of the season, recording interceptions in back-toback games against Maine and VMI … Named Co-Special Teams Player of the Week for his outstanding job of longsnapping in the heavy rain during the Tribe’s win over Hofstra … Made 17 tackles, including three TFLS, plus a fumble recovery on the season … 2001: Spent season on the travel squad as the backup long-snapper … 2000: Scout team … Smithfield High School: Three-year letterwinner at defensive end and tight end for coach Joe Jones ... Earned first team honors in Region I and the Bay Rivers District at defensive end ... First team defense selection on the Daily Press all-star team (includes AA and AAA players) ... Second team AP allstate at defensive end ... Earned second team all-district honors at both tight end and punter ... Also earned three letters in baseball and was selected first team all-district as a senior ... Personal: Son of Dorothy and William Harrell ... Uncle, Allen White, played football at North Carolina State ... Enjoys sports and playing guitar in his free time ... Born October 4, 1982.

Year 2001 2002

G/S DNP 8/0

Harrell’s Career Defensive Stats T A Total TFL/Yards

Sacks/Yards

8

0/0

9

17

3/-2

Nathan Holston

88

RF, Wide Receiver, 6-0, 190 Mechanicsville, VA (Monacan) Major: Undecided W&M: Developing young reciever who will enter fall looking to gain experience ... Monacan High School: Three-year letterwinner at wide receiver and safety for coach Keith Daniels … All-

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Player Bios academic honors … Captain of both football and track squads … Also won four letters in track … Personal: Son of Lowe and Sharon Holston … Enjoys hunting, fishing and playing golf … Undecided on a major … Born September 6, 1983.

Justin Kelly

and Dr. Thomas Kuehn … Enjoys playing the guitar, rock climbing, snowboarding and kayaking … Born September 15, 1982.

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Jr., Defensive Line, 6-2, 260 Williamsburg, VA (Lafayette) Major: Marketing W&M: One of the most improved players on the team after spring practice … Did an excellent job of firing off the ball in spring drills … Excellent work ethic, as evidenced by the fact that he comes in daily to watch film ... Strength (345-pound hang clean, 395pound bench press) has improved each year … Solid run-stopper … Finished the spring semester with a GPA of 3.0 … 2002: Saw action on the defensive line, recording six tackles, including two solo stops, on the season … Also credited with a pair of quarterback hurries in the 87 snaps that he took on the defensive line … 2001: Spent majority of season on scout team, but saw some action with the travel squad … 2000: Scout team … Lafayette High School: Three-year letterwinner on the defensive line for coach Dan Antolik ... Earned all-state, all-region, and All-Bay Rivers District honors as a senior ... Led Lafayette in sacks as a senior ... Tabbed for all-region and all-district accolades as a junior ... Personal: Son of Thomas and Patricia Kelly ... Born August 12, 1981.

Greg Kuehn

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So., Kicker, 6-2, 195 Potomac Falls, VA (Potomac Falls) Major: Biology W&M: Comes into the season as the starting placekicker after earning all-conference honors as a redshirt freshman … Outstanding leg strength and accuracy … Led all kickers in A10, and was eighth nationally, in FG/game with 1.27 … Also led all conference kickers in points/game with an average of 7.09 … 2002: Had an outstanding freshman campaign, leading the squad with 78 points, including 14-of-21 field goals and 36-of-39 extra point attempts … Nailed a career-long 51-yard attempt against Delaware … Tied a schoolrecord with eight PATs in the win over VMI, where he scored a seasonhigh 14 points … Named first-team all-state by The Roanoke Times and the Virginia Sports Information Directors … Second-team all-Atlantic 10 at placekicker … Named Special Teams Player of the Week by the coaching staff after the Maine game … 2001: Spent season working with the travel squad as the reserve place kicker, but did not see game action … Potomac Falls High School: Three-year letterwinner at kicker for coach Wes Driskill … Named honorable mention all-state in his senior season … Selected first team All-Loudon County by the Washington Post … Set school records for field goals in a season (7), field goals in a career (13), extra points in a career (75) and touchbacks in a season (39) … Lettered four times in soccer … Personal: Son of Sydney

Year 2002

G/S 11/11

Kuehn’s Career Kicking Stats FGA FGM Long XPA 21 14 51 39

XPM 36

Pts. 78

Chris Kimber

45

So., Defensive Back, 6-2, 212 Gaithersburg, MD (Watkins Mill) Major: History W&M: Moved from fullback to defensive back during spring practice after spending last season as a special teams performer … Has good mobility for position … Ended spring semester with a GPA over 3.5 … 2002: Saw action on special teams … 2001: Scout team … Watkins Mill High School: Four-year letterwinner at free safety, wide receiver, quarterback, linebacker and tight end for coach Matt Derrick … Racked up 800 receiving yards in his senior year … Received all-state, all-county and all-league honors … Personal: Son of Maureen and Richard Kimber … Uncle, Stephen Sullivan, played basketball collegiately at Georgetown and was drafted by the Detroit Pistons … Enjoys playing the guitar … Born October 6, 1982.

Ben Lawrence

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So., Quarterback, 5-10, 180 Gloucester, VA (Gloucester) Major: Mathematics W&M: Comes into fall as a reserve quarterback … Saw significant playing time in spring drills and has now worked in the Tribe offensive system for two years … Very fiery competitor … Needs to work on improving speed and strength … 2002: Spent season as a member of the travel squad, but did not see game action … 2001: Scout team … Gloucester High School: Four-year letterwinner at quarterback for coach Scott Woodlief … Threw for over 2,800 yards and 24 touchdowns in his final two seasons … Also lettered three times in baseball and once in track … Personal: Son of Carolyn and Larry Lawrence … Enjoys skiing … Born January 16, 1983.

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Player Bios Donté Lewis

90

Jacob Lewis

Sr., Defensive End, 6-3, 255 Bowie, MD (Eleanor Roosevelt) Major: Business W&M: Returning starter at defensive end … Improved ability to get off of blocks in his pass rush technique … One of the team’s better run-stoppers … Brings valuable experience and leadership to a young defensive front ... Ended spring semester with a GPA over 3.2 … 2002: Started all 11 games at defensive end … Recorded 54 tackles, including four TFLs (-10 yards) … Had one sack for three yards … Also credited with 11 quarterback hurries and five pass breakups on the year … Made a season-high seven tackles against Maine … 2001: Saw action in nine games, making one start (vs. URI) … Contributed 43 total tackles (13 solo) … Turned in career-best 11-tackle performance vs. New Hampshire … Had playing time limited over the last five games of the season due to an ankle injury … Participated in 544 snaps, the top total of any defensive lineman … 2000: Played in 11 games at defensive end, recording 20 tackles (eight solo), including one tackle for a loss … Participated in 259 defensive snaps ... 1999: Scout team ... Eleanor Roosevelt High School: Three-year letterwinner as an offensive and defensive lineman for coach Rick Houchens … Captained the team as a senior … Personal: Son of Sylvester and Doris Lewis … Enjoys cooking … Born on January 9, 1981.

Year 2000 2001 2002 Total

G/S 11/1 9/1 11/11 31/13

Lewis’ Career Defensive Stats T A Total TFL/Yards Sack/Yards 8 12 20 1/-6 0/0 13 30 43 0/0 0/0 26 28 54 4/-10 1/-3 47 70 117 5/-16 1/-3

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So., Quarterback, 6-1, 180 Roanoke, VA (Cave Spring) Major: Marketing W&M: Comes into fall listed as the backup at quarterback … Displayed strong arm and mobility during the spring drills … 2002: Spent season on the travel squad as the team’s third-string quarterback … 2001: Scout team … Cave Spring High School: Threeyear letterwinner at quarterback and wide receiver for coach Ben Foutz … Named Co-Offensive Player of the Year in the Roanoke Valley District … Honorable mention all-state selection … Also lettered in track and field … Two-time RVD indoor/outdoor triple jump champ … Qualified for the state championships in both the triple and long jump … Personal: Son of Pam and Heydan Lewis … Enjoys playing ping pong … Born November 12, 1982.

Andy Lovorn

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Jr., Wide Receiver, 6-3, 200 Charlotte, NC (Myers Park) Major: Economics W&M: A former QB who converted to wideout in the spring of 2002 … Gained valuable experience at the position this spring … Athletic player who has a combination of size, strength and speed … Possesses a good burst at the line of scrimmage and outstanding ball skills … Increased reps will position him to challenge for playing time in the receiving rotation this fall … 2002: Missed the season due to hamstring injury … 2001: Saw practice reps as a reserve quarterback and was a member of the travel squad … 2000: Scout team … Myers Park High School: Three-year letterwinner at quarterback and punter for coach Gil Carroll... Garnered all-state, all-county, all-conference, and All-Charlotte Observer honors as a senior ... Passed for over 1,800 yards and 16 touchdowns as a senior ... Also averaged 44.7 yards per attempt on punts ... Selected for the North Carolina/South Carolina Shrine Bowl ... Also lettered as a sprinter in track, baseball and golf ... Personal: Son of Ricky and Lee Lovorn... Enjoys hunting, camping, skiing, fishing and golf in his free time ... Born February 4, 1982.

Ryan Lumm

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So., Offensive Lineman, 6-3, 265 Mission Viejo, CA (Santa Margarita) Major: Psychology W&M: Comes into the fall camp slated as the starting left guard … Hard off-season work improved size and strength and has positioned him to contribute this fall … Has good feet and technique … 2002: Played 81 snaps on the offensive line at right guard

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Player Bios … 2001: Scout team … Santa Margarita Catholic High School: Threeyear starter and letterwinner at offensive tackle and guard for coach Jim Hartigan ... Named offensive lineman of the game nine times ... Named first team all-league as a junior and senior, and all-county (Los Angeles Times and Orange County Register) and all-CIF as a senior ... Holds school record for “decleaters” with 61.5 ... Played every offensive down in the 42nd annual Orange County All-Star Game … Personal: Son of Beverly and Ralph Lumm ... Enjoys snowboarding and playing the guitar ... Born August 21, 1982.

Year 2001 2002 Total

G/S 9/0 6/0 15/0

Lustig’s Career Receiving Stats Rec. Yards Avg. TD 11 192 17.5 2 11 138 12.5 1 22 330 15.0 3

Long 32 20 32

Michael McCarthy Josh Lustig

Jr., Defensive Lineman, 6-3, 260 Mechanicsburg, PA (Cumberland Valley) Major: History

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Jr., Wide Receiver, 5-9, 175 Erie, PA (Erie Cathedral Prep) Major: Kinesiology W&M: Enters the fall projected in the receiving rotation as a back up to Rich Musinski … Missed significant portion of spring with hamstring injury … Physical player with good ball skills and the strength to be an effective downfield blocker … Good speed (4.45 40-yard dash) ... Has spent past two seasons as role receiver, but has potential to have larger role with continued improvement … Capable of finishing runs after catches … 2002: Saw extensive playing time in the team’s receiving rotation … In six games of action, caught 11 passes for 138 yards and one score … Average of 23.0 yards per game was third-best on the squad … Scored on a 13-yard pass from Dave Corley, Jr. in the Tribe’s 34-27 win over UNH … Saw action on 318 plays, the third most reps at WR on team … 2001: One of two true freshmen (Dominique Thompson) to see playing time at the wideout position … Saw action in nine games at wide receiver … Finished season with 11 receptions for 192 yards and two scores … His two TD catches and 192 receiving yards stand as the third-highest returning totals for the College … Averaged 17.5 yards per catch and had four plays of over 24 yards on the season … Had breakout game vs. VMI, recording five catches for a team-high 87 yards and a pair of scores … Took his first collegiate touch, a reverse, 24 yards for a crucial first down conversion in season-opening win at UMass … Participated on 229 offensive snaps, the second-highest returning total for a receiver on the squad … Erie Cathedral Prep: Three-year letterwinner at wide receiver and defensive back for coach Mike Mischler … Named all-state as a wide receiver … Captain of the team in his senior campaign … Became the first person to be named all-metro for three straight years … Holds every major receiving record at the school … Also lettered in wrestling and track … Named to the all-metro team in each of the three sports he participated in … Personal: Son of Mary Catherine and Keith Lustig … Father, is a coach at Christopher Newport … Brother, Justin, played strong safety at Bucknell University from 1997-2000 and is currently coaching with Villanova … Enjoys listening to music and playing sports … Born July 26, 1983.

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W&M: Battle-tested defender who returns with 20 career games of experience … Consistent and solid contributor … Better tackling and vertical quarterback pressure were top improvements in the spring … Solid run-stopper … Has a great attitude and loves the game … Outstanding strength (440-pound bench press, 365-pound incline press) … 2002: Played in all 11 games on the defensive line, starting one … In his first career start, vs. Delaware, made three tackles … Contributed 24 tackles on the season, including a season-high four against both Indiana and UNH … Participated on 268 snaps, the top returning total of any interior defensive lineman … 2001: Saw significant action as a reserve defensive tackle … Contributed 18 total tackles, including a sack … Participated on 222 defensive snaps … 2000: Scout team … Cumberland Valley High School: Two-year letterwinner on the offensive and defensive lines ... Named to the Mid-Penn All-Star First Team on both offense and defense as a senior ... Named first team offensive lineman by the Carlisle Sentinel as a senior, after earning honorable mention honors as a junior ... Personal: Son of Michael and Susan McCarthy ... Uncle, Kevin, played lacrosse at Hobart, while uncle, Steven Graham, played basketball at LaSalle ... Enjoys movies and music in his free time … Born June 29, 1981.

Year 2001 2002 Total

G/S 9/0 11/1 20/1

McCarthy’s Career Defensive Stats T A Total TFL/Yards 4 16 20 1/-3 8 16 24 1/-9 12 32 44 2/-12

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Sack/Yards 1/-3 1/-9 2/-12

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Player Bios Travis McLaurin

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Mike Mesi

So., Linebacker, 5-11, 226 Wilmington, DE (Thomas McKean) Major: Undecided

Jr., Punter/Kicker, 6-0, 190 Eatontown, NJ (Monmouth Regional) Major: Marketing/Finance

W&M: Talented young linebacker with a lot of potential … Hardest worker in the linebacking corps … Good strength (505-pound squat) ... High motor … Needs more repetitions to improve … Twin brother, Trevor, is a running back for the College … 2002: Played six games at linebacker, recording 14 tackles while playing a total of 67 snaps … Thomas McKean High School: Four-year letterwinner at linebacker, cornerback and fullback for coach Cordie Greenlea … Named second-team all-state at linebacker for both his junior and senior seasons … Three-time all-conference selection at linebacker … As a senior, recorded 105 tackles and forced eight turnovers … Also lettered three years in track, serving as team captain in his senior season … Along with twin brother, Trevor, was named as school’s Co-Outstanding Male Athlete of the Year … Personal: Son of Ether McLaurin, Jr. and Cheryl Gates-Sheilds ... Brother, Cory, and cousin, Craig, both played football at Delaware State ... Member of student-advisory team in high school ... Honor roll student each marking period ... Academic all-conference selection … Enjoys playing video games ... Born July 6, 1984.

Trevor McLaurin

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RF, Running Back, 5-11, 195 Wilmington, DE (Thomas McKean) Major: Undecided W&M: Promising young fullback who brings speed and aggressiveness to the position … Plays with great motor … Has the speed and agility to also see action at tailback … Standout blocker who needs to work on ball skills … Good strength (505-pound squat) ... Twin brother, Travis, is a linebacker for the Tribe … 2002: Member of the travel squad, but did not see game action … Thomas McKean High School: Three-year letterwinner at tailback and cornerback for coach Cordie Greenlea ... Named first-team all-state at tailback his senior year ... Selected to the all-conference team for both his junior and senior seasons ... As a senior, averaged 216.8 yards per game and scored 28 touchdowns ... Also was all-county selection in track ... Along with twin brother, Travis, was named as school’s Co-Outstanding Male Athlete of the Year … Personal: Son of Ether McLaurin, Jr. and Cheryl GatesSheilds ... Brother, Cory, and cousin, Craig, both played football at Delaware State ... Member of student-advisory team in high school ... Honor roll student each marking period ... Lifts weights and watches movies in his free time ... Born July 6, 1984.

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W&M: Returning starter at punter … Had a strong debut season at position, averaging better than 39.0 yards/attempt … Good athlete who has a strong leg and quick release … 2002: Pleasant surprise in first year as starter … Punted 47 times for an average of 39.1 yards per punt, with nine kicks being downed inside the opponent’s 20-yard line … Recorded a season-best 61-yard punt against Maine, while also booting a 60-yarder on Homecoming against Northeastern … Named Special Teams Player of the Week after three different games (Delaware, Hofstra and Richmond) … Earned Dean’s List honors with a spring semester GPA greater than 3.6 … 2001: Spent season as member of travel squad as reserve punter, but did not see game action … 2000: Scout team … Monmouth Regional High School: Four-year letterwinner as a quarterback, defensive back, punter and kicker for coach Bob Merola ... Garnered first team all-state honors as a punter senior year after gathering third team all-state honors as a junior ... Averaged 45.6 yards per punt and also kicked a 49-yard field goal as a senior ... Earned AllGroup 3 and All-Shore honors as a punter for his junior and senior seasons ... Passed for 1,300 yards and 15 touchdowns as a junior ...Also lettered in track as a thrower ... Personal: Son of Mike and Lori Mesi ... Enjoys baseball, basketball, listening to music and playing pool ... Born June 27, 1982.

James Miller

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So., Defensive Back, 6-1, 195 Norfolk, VA (Lake Taylor) Major: Undecided W&M: Talented young player who saw significant action as a true freshman last fall … Had an outstanding spring practice which saw him playing safety after seeing time at cornerback last season … Good athleticism … Excellent combination of size and speed … Good football instincts … 2002: Played in five games at defensive back, recording 20 tackles … Saw his most extensive action in the Rhode Island and Richmond games, making six and five tackles, respectively … Played a total of 104 snaps … Lake Taylor High School: Four-year letterwinner at quarterback, strong safety and wide receiver for coach Hank Sawyer … Named first-team all-district at quarterback and strong safety as a senior … Set school-record for passing yards and touchdowns in a single season … Captained team to district championship

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Player Bios … Also lettered twice in basketball and three times in track … Personal: Son of James Miller III and Melanie Burke … National Honor Society member … Enjoys playing video games, watching television and listening to music … Born January 16, 1984.

Matt Morgan

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So., Offensive Lineman, 6-6, 325 Little Rock, AR (Joe T. Robinson) Major: Art History W&M: Will have opportunity to be a major contributor on the offensive line ... Listed as the starting left tackle entering the season … Missed all of last season and majority of spring with injury, but has shown promise in making complete recovery … Has all physical tools to be complete lineman … Will be counted on to raise level of play ... 2002: Spent the season recovering from a knee injury … 2001: Scout team … Joe T. Robinson High School: Five-year letterman at both offensive and defensive line for coach Jim Eskola … Named allstate as a senior … Twice named to the all-conference team … Selected as a member of the all-academic Arkansas team … Also lettered in track … Personal: Son of Christy and Kevin Morgan … Enjoys reading, listening to music and playing sports … Born April 9, 1983.

Patrick Mulloy

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So., Offensive Lineman, 6-3, 285 West Chester, PA (Salesianum) Major: Psychology W&M: Earned the starting center position last fall and secured it with an excellent spring showing ... A former walk on who has improved his size, strength and leadership over the past two seasons ... Solid strength (335pound hang clean, 395-pound bench, 555-pound squat) ... Very tough player ... Provides team with consistent shot gun snaps … 2002: Started the final seven games of the season at center and played a total of 428 offensive snaps … 2001: Scout team … Salesianum School: Three-year letterwinner at offensive line, defensive line and tight end for coach Jim Brazill … Received second team all-state honors as a senior … Named a Delaware State Blue-Gold All-Star … Captained the football team his senior year … Broke two 15-year old school records in the weight room with a powerclean of 305 pounds and a jerk of 320 pounds … Also lettered three times in track and field … Personal: Son of Elizabeth and Hugh Mulloy … Enjoys skiing, golf and basketball … Born June 1, 1983.

Chris Ndubueze 54 Leonard Muldrow

So., Linebacker, 6-1, 237 Lanham, MD (DeMatha) Major: Undecided

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RF, Defensive Back, 5-9, 175 Virginia Beach, VA (Ocean Lakes) Major: Undecided W&M: Very explosive and aggressive player who had a solid spring … Gained a better grasp of the Tribe’s defensive schemes in spring drills … 2002: Scout team … Earned a Scout Team Player of the Week citation … Ocean Lakes High School: Four-year letterwinner at outside linebacker for coach Tim Prince … Also lettered three years in wrestling … Personal: Son of Reginald and Terri Muldrow … Enjoys lifting weights … Member of the Latin Honor Society … Born May 25, 1984.

W&M: Hard-working young linebacker with potential to grow into an outstanding playmaker … Gained a better understanding of Tribe’s defensive schemes in spring practice … Good tackler … Possesses a positive attitude … 2002: Saw action in seven games, making 14 tackles, including one TFL (-2 yards) … Played 71 snaps on the season … DeMatha High School: Three-year letterwinner at linebacker and tailback for coach Bill McGregor... One of nine players from graduating class to go on to play Division I football ... Led the team to the WCAC Championship ... Personal: Son of Sophia and Christopher Ndubueze ... Born July 1, 1985.

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Player Bios Brian Neely

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RF, Offensive Lineman, 6-4, 275 Mechanicsville, VA (Lee Davis) Major: Undecided W&M: Enters season as a reserve at right tackle ... Will be counted on to raise level of play in the fall and be a contributor ... Recorded a GPA over 3.3 in the spring semester … Goes into the fall with a cumulative GPA over 3.0 … 2002: Scout team … Earned a Scout Team Player of the Week honor … Lee-Davis High School: Two-year letterwinner at offensive and defensive line for coach Mac MacConnell … Earned all-metro, all-region and all-district honors as a senior … Also lettered twice in basketball … Personal: Son of Richard and Paula Neely … Member of the National Honor Society … Ranked in the top five percent of his class academically … Enjoys playing video games and lifting weights … Plans to major in business … Born July 22, 1984.

prove tremendously as he adds strength and gains experience … Needs to add more weight to 6-foot6 frame … 2002: Provided solid reserve reps on the defensive line, playing in all 11 games … Recorded 26 tackles, including two TFLs (-6 yards) … Participated on 226 snaps on the defensive line … 2001: Scout team … Ragsdale High School: Two-year letterwinner at defensive end and offensive line for coach Tommy Norwood … Twice named all-conference at both offensive and defensive line … Recorded 105 tackles and five sacks in his senior year … Also lettered in baseball, basketball and track … Personal: Son of Janice and Bob O’Connor … Enjoys working out, playing golf and watching movies in his spare time … Born January 27, 1983.

Year 2002

Ryan Nickell

G/S 11/0

O’Connor’s Career Defensive Stats T A Total TFL/Yards Sack/Yards 13 13 26 2/-6 0/0

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RF, Linebacker, 6-2, 206 Yorktown, VA (Tabb) Major: Undecided

Chris Outlaw

W&M: Emerged as one of the squad’s top playmakers during spring drills … Has the potential to be a contributor this fall … Considered the surprise performer of spring practice … Showed a great knack for getting to the ball … Aggressive player who works well within the scheme … Finished the spring semester with a GPA over 3.0 … Heads into the fall with a cumulative GPA over 3.1 … 2002: Scout team … Honored twice as Scout Team Player of the Week … Tabb High School: Four-year letterwinner at linebacker and tight end for coach Charlie Hovis … Named all-region and all-district in senior season … Honorable mention all-state linebacker … Tabb High School Outstanding Athlete of the Year … Led team with 156 tackles (15.6 per game) in senior season and also had five blocked kicks, three interceptions and a sack … Also lettered three times in basketball … Personal: Son of E. Ray and Patricia Nickell … Member of National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta and Spirit Club … Plans to major in finance … Born October 11, 1983.

Adam O’Connor

So., Linebacker, 6-0, 208 Wrightsville, GA (Johnson County) Major: Mathematics W&M: Explosive young linebacker … Good recognition skills … Needs to put on weight to continue his improvement … Will be looked to for leadership in the linebacking corps, as only senior Paul Carpenter has played more than Outlaw of all the returning LBs … 2002: Had a successful debut season for W&M, making 18 tackles while seeing action in eight games on defense and special teams … Recorded his first career sack in the 44-6 win over Rhode Island … Named Special Teams Player of the Week by the coaching staff after the Rhode Island game … 2001: Scout team … Johnson County High School: Four-year letterwinner at linebacker for coach Bill Bonds ... Named to the all-state team after his senior year ... Named Middle Georgia Player of the Year ... Selected as “Heart of Georgia’s Defensive Player of the Year” ... Set a school-record with 113 tackles in his senior year ... Personal: Son of Mary Outlaw ... Enjoys exercising, surfing the Internet and reading ... Born March 19, 1983.

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So., Defensive Lineman, 6-6, 250 Greensboro, NC (Ragsdale) Major: History

Year 2002

G/S 8/0

Outlaw’s Career Defensive Stats T A Total TFL/Yards Sack/Yards 11 7 18 1/-6 1/-6

W&M: Solid performer who has large frame … Uses long body for outstanding leverage from defensive end position ... Possesses good pass rush ability … Led the squad in sacks during spring scrimmages and showed the ability to be a playmaker … Should im-

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Sr., Defensive Back, 6-1, 195 Mechanicsville, VA (Atlee) Major: Sociology W&M: National honors candidate who is among the top returning cornerbacks in the conference … Led the Atlantic 10 in both interceptions (five) and passes defended (20) last season … Speed (sub-4.5 second 40-yard dash) and agility add to natural ability in the secondary … Veteran defender with the experience necessary to control the defensive backfield … One of the team’s hardest workers who is a student of game … Very instinctive player … Possesses good hands, as evidenced by his five picks last year … Solid zone defender … Classic corner who excels at making plays on the ball … Set W&M’s cornerback record for the hang clean (300 pounds) … 2002: Led the league wire-to-wire in passes defended … Returned interceptions for touchdowns in back-to-back games (41 yards against Delaware and 26 yards against Hofstra), tying the Atlantic 10 record for interception returns for a TD in a season … Both INT returns for TDs clinched Tribe victories in close games … Finished in the nation’s top 50 in interceptions per game (0.45) … With two interceptions against Indiana, it marked the third-straight game in which he’d picked off a pass … Finished an outstanding season with a pick and three stops against Richmond … Played on more snaps than any Tribe defender … Had a season-high six tackles against Villanova … 2001: Started all 12 games at cornerback … Led team, and was second in the conference, in passes defended (15) … Tied for third on the team with a career-best three interceptions … Scored his first career touchdown by returning INT 24 yards vs. Appalachian State in the first round of the NCAA Playoffs … Ended the season with 33 total tackles (28 solo) … Named team’s Special Teams MVP in win over UMass … Participated on 784 defensive snaps … 2000: Played in all 11 contests at cornerback, making eight starts as a redshirt freshman … Second on the team with eight passes defended … 1999: Scout team ... Also contributed 28 tackles ... Played 524 defensive snaps, the third-highest returning total on the squad ... Atlee High School: Two-year letterwinner as a wide receiver and defensive back for coach John Trott … All-Capital District First Team … All-Central Region Second Team … All-Metropolitan Second Team … 1998 team captain … Capital District All-Academic Team … Caught 33 passes for 690 yards and eight TDs in 1998 … Recorded 20 solo tackles, four assisted tackles, four pass breakups, one hurry, one interception, one forced and recovered fumble in 1998 … Also lettered three years in basketball and two years in track … Honor Council representative … Personal: Son of William and Pamela Parker … Father played basketball at Virginia Union University … Born May 17, 1981.

Year 2000 2001 2002 Totals

G/S 11/7 12/12 11/11 34/30

Parker’s Career Defensive Stats T A Total PBU 19 9 28 8 28 5 33 15 29 7 36 15 76 21 97 38

INT 1 3 5 9

LeVince Parrott

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RF, Running Back, 5-9, 170 Williamsburg, VA (Lafayette) Major: Undecided W&M: Young fullback who had an strong showing during spring ... Proved to be a versatile performer as both a runner and blocker … Picked up on alignments and assignments ... Gives the Tribe solid depth ... Needs to improve size and strength ... 2002: Scout team … Lafayette High School: Two-year letterwinner at linebacker and running back for coach Dan Antolik … Named 2001 Offensive Player of the Year by Virginia Gazette … All-district selection in his senior year … Rushed for 1,604 yards and 16 touchdowns in 2001 … Led team to Virginia Group AA state championship in 2001 … Personal: Son of Jacqulyn Johnson and Lawrence Parrott … Member of Who’s Who Among American High School Students, Key Club and Project Reachout … Plans to major in pre-law … Born August 5, 1984.

Corey Patterson

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Jr., Defensive Back, 5-11, 190 New Kent, VA (New Kent) Major: Marketing and Sociology W&M: Enters the fall with momentum after a very good outing of spring practice … Used the spring to build on his playing experience from last year, and the result was obvious with improved confidence and tackling ability … Finished the spring semester with a GPA over 3.9, earning a Dean’s List citation … Heads into the fall with a cumulative GPA over 3.4 ... 2002: Played seven games in the defensive backfield, making 13 tackles … Started at free safety against Northeastern … Played 124 snaps in the defensive backfield … All-Academic Atlantic 10 honors … 2001: Spent season with travel squad and saw limited action at cornerback … Recorded his first career interception in win over VMI … Ended season with three total tackles in 31 defensive snaps … 2000: Scout team … New Kent High School: Four-year letterwinner as a quarterback and defensive back for coach Fred Birchett ... Earned All-Tidewater District accolades for four years, including first team as a junior and senior ... Also named first team All-Region A and all-state as a senior ... Helped lead team to the State Division II semifinals and a 12-1 mark ... Set a school record with 21 career interceptions ... Posted seven tackles per game as senior, while also rushing for 50 yards per contest ... Also earned four letters as a guard on the Patterson Continued on Page 46

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basketball team ... Teamed with twin brother, Craig, to lead the basketball team to a perfect 25-0 mark and the Group A championship as a senior ... Personal: Son of Daniel and Faye Patterson ... Twin brother of teammate, Craig ... Father, played football at Virginia Tech, while uncle Jessie ran track at Virginia State ... Enjoys surfing the Internet and watching ESPN in his free time ... Born July 4, 1982.

Year 2001 2002 Career

G/S 4/0 7/0 11/0

Patterson’s Career Defensive Stats T A Total TFL/Yards 3 0 3 0/0 8 5 13 0/0 11 5 16 0

INT 1 0 1

Craig Patterson

PBUs 1 0 1

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Jr., Defensive Back, 5-11, 197 New Kent, VA (New Kent) Major: Sociology W&M: Comes into the season looking to compete for playing time at free safety … Missed part of the spring with an injury before returning to turn in a solid performance in spring ending scrimmage … Aggressive player who is a solid tackler … Holds a good understanding of the Tribe’s defensive schemes … Recorded a spring semester GPA over 3.0 … 2002: Saw significant action at corner back, making 16 tackles on the season … Recorded his first career interception against VMI … Also had a season-high seven tackles against the Keydets … Participated on 129 snaps … 2001: Spent season with travel squad as a special teams contributor … 2000: Scout team … New Kent High School: Four-year letterwinner as a running back and defensive back for coach Fred Birchett ... Major part of the 1999 team that reached the State Division II semifinals and finished the season with a 12-1 record ... Averaged eight tackles per game as senior, while also rushing for 80 yards per contest ... Also earned four letters as a guard on the basketball team ... Teamed with twin brother, Corey, to lead the basketball team to a perfect 25-0 mark and the Group A championship as a senior ... Personal: Son of Daniel and Faye Patterson ... Twin brother of teammate, Corey ... Father, played football at Virginia Tech, while uncle, Jessie, ran track at Virginia State ... Enjoys participating in any sports activity, watching movies, and socializing in his free time ... Born July 3, 1982.

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Patterson’s Career Defensive Stats T A Total TFL/Yards 0 0 0 0 8 6 14 0 8 6 14 0

INT 0 1 1

PBUs 0 3 3

Daniel Payne

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RF, Wide Reciever, 6-0, 195 Roanoke, VA (Cave Spring) Major: Undecided W&M: Developing young receiver who gives team depth at position … Athletic player with a strong work ethic and good ball skills … Has a good knowledge of position, needs to work on improving ball skills … Holds a GPA over 3.3 heading into the fall semester … 2002: Scout team … Cave Spring High School: Four-year letterwinner at kicker, wide receiver, tight end and safety for coach Ben Foutz … Earned all-state accolades for his work at tight end in his senior season … Named all-region at defensive back three straight years … Selected to the all-district team three times as a wide receiver … Also lettered four years in basketball, where he captained the team to a Class AAA state championship his senior season … Personal: Son of Lynn and John Payne … Father played basketball at Virginia Tech … Enjoys playing chess and reading in his spare time … Born October 28, 1983.

Larry Pendleton

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So., Defensive Lineman, 6-3, 285 Norfolk, VA (Booker T. Washington) Major: Undecided W&M: Good run-stopper who is the biggest player on the defensive line … Needs to improve on his explosiveness at the point of attack … 2002: A regular member of the defensive line rotation … Recorded 18 tackles, including one TFL (-3 yards) … Played a total of 225 snaps on the defensive line, the third-highest returning total for an interior lineman … Booker T. Washington High School: Four-year letterwinner on the offensive and defensive lines for coach Larry Stepney … Second team all-state as a senior … Selected first team all-region … All-Tidewater selection … 72 tackles and six sacks … Also lettered four years in track and once in basketball … Personal: Son of Lucille Britt and Larry Pendleton, Sr. … Member of Future Business Leaders of America, National Honor Society and National French Honor Society … Uncle, Carl Pendleton, played football at Tulane … Plans to major in accounting … Enjoys collecting cards in his free time … Born June 10, 1984.

Year 2002

G/S 8/0

Pendleton’s Career Defensive Stats T A Total TFL/Yards Sack/Yards 10 8 18 1/-3 0/0

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Player Bios John Pitts, Jr.

Matt Ridjaneck

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So., Defensive Line, 6-5, 265 Monaca, PA (Center) Major: Economics

Jr., Wide Receiver, 6-3, 215 Kernersville, NC (East Forsyth) Major: Economics W&M: Brings outstanding size and athleticism to the receiving corps ... Had a strong showing at both the slot and wideout positions this spring ... Poised to have a larger role in the Tribe’s attack this fall ... Presents a big target and has good ball skills … Solid blocker who showed ability to stretch defenses vertically … 2002: Despite missing five games due to injury, still managed to contribute a solid season … Made five receptions for 66 yards, including a season-high grab of 18 yards … 2001: Saw extensive action on special teams and limited playing time at the receiver position … Earned Special Teams Player of the Week honors vs. UNH … Participated on 25 offensive snaps … 2000: Scout team … East Forsyth High School: Three-year letterwinner as a wide receiver and returner for coach Todd Shuping ... Garnered all-city, all-county, and all-metro honors after catching 25 passes for 400 yards and four touchdowns ... Also averaged over 20 yards per kickoff return and over 11 yards per punt return ... Earned three letters and all-city, all-county, and all-metro honors as a senior ... Played on the state championship AAU basketball team in 1997 ... Personal: Son of Marcus and Olisa Ann Eldridge ... Enjoys working on computers ... Born February 19, 1982.

Year G/S 2001 11/0 2002 6/0 Career 17/0

Pitts’ Career Receiving Stats Rec. Yards Avg. TD 0 0 0.0 0 5 66 13.2 0 5 66 13.2 0

John Pritchard

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Long 0 18 18

W&M: Steadily improved in the spring after playing on the offensive line in his first two years with the Tribe … Consistently got better with fundamentals and techniques … Should improve with more reps … Strength is one of his top assets … 2002: Scout team … Named as a Scout Team Player of the Week on one occasion … 2001: Scout team … Center High School: Three-year letterwinner at offensive and defensive line for coach Don Phillips … Named second-team all-state as an offensive lineman after his senior year … Selected to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s “Fabulous 22” team at both defensive end and offensive guard … Personal: Son of Joanne and John Ridjaneck … Enjoys weightlifting, swimming and reading … Born November 7, 1982.

Richard Riley

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RF, Defensive Back, 6-1, 175 Gaithersburg, MD (Gaithersburg) Major: Undecided

W&M: Physical corner with good height for his position … Continued to demonstrate his strength and flexibility in a solid spring practice session … Needs to keep building on those qualities … Tackling skills are much improved … Should continue to improve with more work on his man-to-man coverage … 2002: Scout team … Honored as a Scout Team Player of the Week … Gaithersburg High School: Two-year letterwinner at wide receiver and cornerback for coach Kreg Kephart … Selected first-team all-league after senior season … Member of the Super 44 team … Named a “Will to Win” athlete … Also lettered four years in indoor and outdoor track … All-county selection in the triple jump and the long jump … County and regional champion in triple jump … Personal: Son of Georgia and Rick Riley … Enjoys playing sports … Plans to major in biology … Born February 15, 1984.

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RF, Kicker, 5-11, 209 Mechanicsville, PA (Atlee) Major: Undecided

W&M: Comes into the season giving the squad quality depth at placekicker ... 2002: Scout team ... Atlee High School: Three-year letterwinner at placekicker and punter for coach Terry Meeks … First team all-conference punter and second team all-conference kicker as a senior … Personal: Son of Beth and John “Cubby” Pritchard … Enjoys playing soccer, watching movies and listening to music … Plans to major in kinesiology … Born November 7, 1983.

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Atul Sharma

Sr., Fullback, 5-11, 220 Garrettsville, OH (James A. Garfield) Major: Kinesiology W&M: Enters fall as the team’s starting H-back ... Complete package as a fullback, gives team a very strong, physical runner who is also an outstanding blocker … Improved ball skills and overall knowledge of offense in spring ... Outstanding conditioning (540-pound squat, 400-pound bench, 345 hang clean and position record 35.5 inch vertical jump) … Hard-working and dedicated athlete who was honored as the 2002 John A. Stewart Winter Warrior Award winner, given annually to the player who best displays spirit and determination in offseason conditioning … 2002: Played extensively in all 11 games at fullback … Third on the team with 23 carries for 163 yards, an average of 7.1 yards per carry (team-high) … Also caught 11 passes for 79 yards … Scored four touchdowns on the year (one rushing, three receiving) … Paved the way for Jon Smith’s all-conference season at tailback as the lead blocker … Scored what turned out to be the winning touchdown, a three-yard reception, in the 34-27 win over UNH … Made a seven-yard TD reception in the 44-6 victory over URI … Scored a pair of TDs against JMU … First TD against the Dukes was on a 38-yard burst up the middle, while the second was a one-yard reception with under a minute to go that forced overtime … 2001: Had a breakout season, seeing action in all 12 games at both the fullback and H-Back positions … Carried the ball 42 times for 214 yards … His average of 5.0 yards per attempt was the highest on the squad (for players with more than 10 attempts) … Also brought down four passes for 39 yards … First collegiate score came on three-yard screen pass in College’s conference title-clinching win over Villanova … Turned in career-high 53 rushing yards (on six carries) vs. East Carolina … Set career-high in rushing attempts (eight for 49 yards) in win over New Hampshire … Participated on 265 offensive snaps … 2000: Member of the travel squad … 1999: Scout team ... James A. Garfield High School: Four-year letterwinner as a running back and defensive back for coach Craig Morgan … All-state, junior year … Portage County MVP … Team MVP and captain … League leading scorer and rusher his junior and senior years … Recorded 1,302 rushing yards and 18 TDs his senior year … 3,329 career rushing yards (5.5 yards per carry) and 50 career TDs … Also lettered four years in track and two years in basketball … Three year qualifier for state track meet in the 4x100 and 4x400 … Track team captain … Personal: Son of Ronald and Lorri Rodgers … Enjoys wakeboarding … Born October 20, 1980.

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Jr., Offensive Lineman, 6-3, 290 Greenbelt, MD (Eleanor Roosevelt) Major: Psychology W&M: Continues to battle illness, which has prevented him from competing in each of the last two seasons … 2002: Missed season due to illness … 2001: Missed season due to illness … 2000: Scout team … Eleanor Roosevelt High School: Two-year letterwinner at on the offensive and defensive lines for coach Rick Houchens ... Selected to George Michael’s Golden Eleven Team for the state of Maryland ... Chosen to play in the Super 44 game between Maryland and Virginia prep stars ... Roosevelt team rolled to Maryland Class IV-A title in 1999 ... Named first team all-county ... Competed in AAU Basketball for the Maryland Blue Devils team that finished 11th in the nation ... Personal: Son of Rikhi Ram and Vidya Sharma ... Born January 12, 1982.

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So., Defensive Back, 6-0, 190 Altamonte Springs, FL (Lake Brantley) Major: Undecided W&M: Inspirational player who is back in the lineup after a devastating kidney injury suffered last year against Hofstra … Perseverance was shown in his comeback and subsequent remarkable recovery … Had a solid spring … Plays like a linebacker in the secondary … Has a nose for the ball … Holds a GPA over 3.1 heading into the fall … 2002: Had his season cut short by an injury (lacerated kidney) in the Hofstra game, but was very productive in his time in the lineup … Stepped up when Marques Bobo was injured and started the game against Delaware … Made 15 tackles in his five games, including three TFLs (-4 yards) … Had one sack and three PBUs … Also a valuable special teams player who was known for his crushing blocks on returns … Named Special Teams Player of the Week for his work in the VMI game … 2001: Scout team … Lake Brantley High School: Three-year letterwinner at defensive back, quarterback, running back and free safety for coach George Clayton … Selected to the all-state team … Named first team all-conference in his junior and senior seasons … Averaged 7.5 tackles per game in his senior year … Also lettered in basketball … Personal: Son of Pamela and Matthew Shaw … Enjoys going to church and swimming in his free time … Plans to major in business … Born May 14, 1983.

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RF, Defensive Back, 5-10, 182 Washington, DC (St. John’s) Major: Undecided W&M: Moved from running back to defensive back in spring drills … Got better as the spring went along, as evidenced by the fact that his best practice session of the spring came in the GreenGold game, the final scrimmage … Needs to work on speed and strength … Passionate player who strives to succeed … 2002: Scout team … Honored with a Scout Team Player of the Week citation … St. John’s College High School: Three-year letterwinner at running back and cornerback for coach John Ricca … Second team all-conference selection … 8.4 yards per carry, 10.8 yards per rush in senior season, while scoring four touchdowns as team advanced to the Washington Catholic Athletic League playoffs … Personal: Son of Charles and Robin Slye … Member of the National Honor Society … Enjoys playing basketball and watching television … Plans to major in business … Born January 11, 1984.

Jon Smith

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Jr., Running Back, 6-1, 210 Cincinnati, OH (Country Day) Major: Economics W&M: Strong and powerful back who has a knack for finding the end zone … Third-team all-conference pick in 2002 … Solid, consistent all-around player who is dependable as both a runner, receiver and blocker ... Has scored 22 rushing touchdowns in his first two seasons with the Tribe … That mark leaves him 13 touchdowns shy of the Tribe record since joining the Atlantic 10, which is Troy Keen’s 36 scores from 1992-95 … Amassed 1,550 yards in his first two seasons with W&M, leaving him 585 yards short of entering the school’s all-time top 10 rushing list … Workhorse in the weightroom as well (32.5-inch vertical jump, 325-pound hang clean, 375-pound bench press) ... Runs with a “downhill” style that is especially effective between the tackles … Excellent field vision … Broke Derek Fitzgerald’s school-record for rushing touchdowns by a freshman with 13 scores in 2001 … Has averaged nearly one rushing touchdown per game in his career … 2002: Rushed for 838 yards on 206 carries to lead the squad … Ranked sixth in the conference in rushing yards per game (76.2) … Scored a touchdown in six of the last nine games for W&M … Put a streak of three-straight 100-yard rushing performances together (Hofstra, UNH, Northeastern) … Established career-highs in both carries (32) and rushing yards (198) in the Tribe’s 34-27 victory over New Hampshire … The 198-yard showing was the fourth-best single-game mark in school history and pushed him over the 1,000-yard mark for his career … 155 of his 198 yards against UNH came in the second half … Among the 198 yards was a career-high 54 yarder … Carried 28 times for 102 yards in the Homecoming victory over Northeastern … Despite the 28 carries, none resulted in a loss of yards … Became the first runner on the season to break the 100-yard barrier against the Hus-

kies, who led the league in rushing defense … In the dismal, rainy conditions at Hofstra, paced the Tribe offense with 108 yards on 23 carries … Collected a career-best four receptions against the Pride … Rushed for 87 yards and three touchdowns in the 62-31 win over VMI … 2001: Saw action in all 12 games at tailback … Entered season as third-string tailback and finished as team’s leading rusher with 712 yards on 154 attempts (4.6 yards per carry) … Was the league’s top rookie rusher … Also led the team, and league’s rookies, with 13 rushing TDs … His 13 rushing TDs was the most by a Tribe back since Troy Keen turned in 14 scoring runs during the 1993 season … Racked up seven scores in one three-game stretch (three vs. both UNH and URI and one vs. Hofstra) … Scored his first career TD in win over UNH and ended afternoon running for 90 yards on 18 carries and three scores … Scored both of the team’s touchdowns and ran for a career-high 141 yards (on a career-high 24 carries) in 17-10 win over James Madison … Also turned in his career-long run vs. the Dukes on a 47-yard scoring jaunt …Churned out 98 yards (on 15 carries) and a score in Homecoming win over Maine … Turned in strong 76-yard, two-touchdown performance in team’s A10-title clinching win over Villanova … Was named league’s Rookie of the Week on two occasions (vs. UNH and JMU) … Participated on 370 offensive plays, the highest mark for Tribe tailbacks … 2000: Scout team … Country Day: Three-year letterwinner at running back and defensive back for coach Tim Dunn ... Named first team all-state and all-city after rushing for 2,400 yards and 37 touchdowns as a senior ... Finished second in the state in scoring and fifth in rushing ... District offensive player of the year ... Division VI offensive player of the year ... MVC player of the year ... Also earned four letters in baseball and was first team All-MVC as a centerfielder ... Collected three letters in basketball and two in track ... Personal: Son of Ralph and E. Faye Smith ... Enjoys relaxing with friends and playing sports in his free time ... Born October 6, 1981.

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Smith’s Career Rushing Stats Att. Yards Avg. TD 154 712 4.6 13 206 838 4.1 9 360 1,550 4.3 22

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Zach Smith

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Sr., Tight End, 6-2, 250 Lineboro, MD (Delone Catholic) Major: Kinesiology W&M: Enters the fall as the team’s starting tight end ... Most game-tested tight end on the Tribe’s roster who has shown consistent improvement each season on campus ... Rebounded from

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shoulder injury last fall ... Strong grasp of Tribe’s system ... Has good hands and solid blocking skills ... Ended spring with a GPA over a 3.1 … 2002: Came back from an injury to play in the final third of the season … Started the Villanova game as W&M came out in a two-tight end set … Participated on 69 offensive snaps ... 2001: Saw significant game action as the reserve tight end … Recorded one catch for 27 yards on season … Participated on 178 offensive snaps … Earned Special Teams MVP honors vs. Appalachian State … 2000: Stepped into the starting spot at tight end after Brandon Johnson was injured midway through the season … Finished with three catches for 47 yards … 1999: Scout team ... Delone Catholic High School: Three-year letterwinner as a tight end and linebacker for coach Dennis Frew … 1998 team captain and team MVP … York Daily Record “Super 24 AllStar Team” Selection … Gettysburg “All Times Team” selection … “War of the Roses” TE … Recorded 19 receptions for 312 yards as a TE and 45 tackles (26 assists), two sacks, and four fumble recoveries as a LB his senior year … Also lettered three years in baseball … 1998 baseball team captain and MVP … Baseball YAIAA Division 2 Player of the Year … Heisman Scholar Athlete Nominee … National Honor Society … Rotary Interact Club … Rotary Student Athlete of the Year 1999 … Heisman Scholar Athlete Nominee … Personal: Son of William and Lynn Smith … Cousins, Junior and Matt Taffoni, both played football for West Virginia University ... Junior played professionally for the N.Y. Jets … Enjoys baseball, basketball, karate, surfing, and listening to music … Born October 14, 1981.

Year G/S 2000 6/6 2001 6/0 2002 6/0 Career 18/6

Smith’s Career Receiving Stats Rec. Yards Avg. TD 3 47 15.7 0 1 27 27.0 0 0 0 0 0 4 74 18.5 0

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Steve Stocki

year letterwinner at defensive end and offensive tackle for coach Joe Trabucco … Team captain as a junior and senior … All-district first team OT and DE … All-region first team OT and DE and allstate honorable mention OT and DE … All-area first team OT and second team DE … Recorded 73 tackles, eight sacks, three fumble recoveries, and 28 pancake blocks as a senior … Also lettered in basketball and track … State champion in 1998 and 1999 for powerlifting … Won national championship in 1998 for powerlifting … Personal: Son of Chester and Susan Stocki … Enjoys spending time with family and friends as well as playing various sports … Born January 3, 1981.

Zachary Stout RF, Defensive Back, 5-10, 185 Mechanicsville, VA (Lee-Davis) Major: Undecided

W&M: Walked on to the team last fall … Did a good job in learning the defense for the first time … Intelligent player who improved every day on the practice field … Recorded a GPA over 3.1 in the spring semester … 2002: Scout team … Honored as a Scout Team Player of the Week … Lee-Davis High School: Three-year letterwinner at defensive back and wide receiver for coach Mac MacConnel … Firstteam all-district as a senior … Richmond Times-Dispatch Senior Athlete award winner … Lettered four times in track … Holds school’s 300m dash record … Personal: Son of Brian and Harriet Stout … Father played football at Hampton and ran track at Fresno State … President of Lee-Davis DECA club … Salutatorian of high school graduating class … Enjoys fishing and golf ... Plans to major in biology … Born January 1, 1984.

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Christian Taylor

Sr., Offensive Lineman, 6-3, 285 Bealeton, VA (Liberty) Major: Economics W&M: Comes into season as the starting guard and is the Tribe’s only fifth-year starter on the offensive front ... Outstanding strength (450-pound bench press, 340-pound hang clean) ... Also has seen starting action at center ... Started career as walk on and has matured into one of the team’s leaders … Very physical player who has good grasp of the offense … 2002: Started the first four games of the season at center before an injury ended his year prematurely … 2001: Started six games at guard and was a significant contributor … Took over the starting duties at guard when starting tackle Terrance Johnson was lost for the year with a knee injury in second game at VMI … Participated on 465 offensive snaps … 2000: Played a total of nine snaps at guard … 1999: Scout team … Liberty High School: Two-

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RF, Quarterback, 6-4, 185 Yorktown, VA (Grafton) Major: Undecided W&M: Developing quarterback with good size and arm strength … Will need to concentrate on improving overall strength and knowledge of offense … 2002: Scout team … Earned a Scout Team Player of the Week honor … Grafton High School: Three-year letterwinner at quarterback and strong safety for coach David Walton … Team’s signal-caller for each of his final two years … Personal: Son of Doug and Robin Taylor … Active in Fellowship of Christian Athletes … Plans to major in kinesiology and become a physical therapist or a sports trainer … Enjoys going to the beach and jet skiing … Born January 12, 1984.

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RF, Wide Receiver, 6-1, 180 Washington, DC (St. Albans) Major: Undecided W&M: Promising young receiver who turned in solid and consistent spring … His size and good ball skills give the team quality depth at the position … 2002: Primarily a scout team player, but did see limited practice action with the travel squad … St. Albans School: Two-year letterwinner at wide receiver, quarterback and free safety for coach Doug Boswell … Scored 11 touchdowns in his 15 varsity games … Named all-league as a junior … Recipient of Robert Rice Award as a junior, which recognized the best athlete in the school … Also lettered twice in basketball and four times in baseball … Set schoolrecord with 20 strikeouts in a game … Personal: Son of Lindsay David Taylor and Graeme Baxter … Uncle, Dick Taylor, was captain of Dartmouth ski team and competed in the Olympic Games before becoming a U.S. ski team coach … Member of the government club … Sports writer for high school newspaper … Enjoys watching movies, hanging out with friends and reading … Born July 31, 1983.

Dominique Thompson

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Jr., Wide Receiver, 6-1, 185 Durham, NC (Riverside) Major: Sociology W&M: Returns as a key player in the receiving rotation … Brings two years of experience to position … An outstanding athlete with good speed and size … Has potential to be major contributor with continued improvement … 2002: Received extensive playing time in all 11 games as the team’s No. 3 receiver, making 17 catches for 246 yards … Also made his mark on special teams as one of the squad’s top performers in that area … Named Special Teams Player of the Week by the coaching staff for his performance against Villanova … Led the team with 12 special teams tackles on the year … Recovered two fumbles on special teams … 2001: Saw significant action over 10 games at the receiver position … Contributed 10 catches for 167 yards on the season … Made four catches for 65 yards in first collegiate action against East Carolina … Also contributed four catches for 65 yards against Hofstra … Participated on 223 offensive snaps … Riverside High School: Two-year letterwinner at wide receiver and cornerback for coach Linny Wrenn ... Received the Golden Helmet award, given to the team’s most valuable player ... Winner of the Paul Williamson Award for best allaround athlete in the conference ... Named to the all-area team as an allpurpose player ... Named all-conference at wide receiver and cornerback

his junior and senior seasons ... Recorded four interceptions and 17 PBUs at cornerback his senior year, while accumulating 1,280 all-purpose yards as a receiver and kick returner ... Personal: Son of Dwayne and Esther Thompson ... Enjoys listening to music in his spare time ... Cousin, Juan Gaddy, played football at Temple University ... Born December 28, 1982.

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Thompson’s Career Receiving Stats Rec. Yards Avg. TD 10 167 16.7 0 17 246 14.5 0 27 413 15.3 0

Long 32 39 39

Matt Trinkle

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RF, Tight End, 6-4, 232 Whitehall, PA (Allentown Central Catholic) Major: Undecided W&M: Promising young tight end who is entering fall off an impressive spring showing … Strong spring poises him to challenge for playing time in fall, with continued improvement … Displayed solid grasp of alignments and assignments and good ball skills … Will concentrate on improving size and strength in offseason … 2002: Scout team performer who earned a Special Teams Player of the Week honor … Allentown Central Catholic: Three-year letterwinner at tight end, defensive end, linebacker and long snapper for coach Joe Bottiglieri … Earned all-state honors as a tight end after senior season … Had an outstanding senior campaign with 25 catches for 325 yards at tight end as well as five sacks and 60 tackles on the defensive side of the ball … Also lettered three years in basketball, where he averaged 11.4 points and 7.5 rebounds per game his senior season … Personal: Son of Mark and Kathleen Trinkle … Born December 3, 1983.

Jordan Troester

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RF, Tight End, 6-3, 210 Providence Forge, VA (New Kent) Major: Undecided W&M: Will need to concentrate on improving size and strength while recovering from foot injury … Will enter fall looking to gain more experience in the offensive system … Excellent student who recorded a GPA over 3.4 in the spring and heads into the fall with a cumulative GPA over 3.5 … 2002: Scout team … Earned a Scout Team Player of the Week honor … New Kent High School: Four-year letterwinner at tight end and linebacker for coach Fred Birchette … Led the team in receiving his junior and senior seasons … Captained the squad his senior year … Honorable mention all-district at TE as a senior … Second team all-district as a junior … Richmond Times-Dispatch Scholar-Athlete … Personal: Son of Craig and Nancy Troester … Enjoys working on his 1965 Ford Mustang … Born January 31, 1984.

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Jake Walker

Sr., Wide Receiver, 6-5, 210 Martinsville, VA (Martinsville) Major: Marketing W&M: Returning starter at wide receiver … Solid spring showing has him poised to be a major contributor in 2003 … Has the size, speed (4.5 second 40-yard dash) and knowledge of the offense … Great hands ... 2002: Started 10 games at the No. 2 wideout position … Caught 24 passes for 279 yards, both marks being second on the team … Had three touchdown catches, tied for second-most on the squad … Made a four-yard TD reception against Maine … Followed that up with a 14-yard TD the next week, against VMI … Scored on an eight-yard reception against Villanova … 2001: Went into the fall as the starting wideout, but missed season due to shoulder injury suffered during preseason camp … 2000: Played four games at wideout, catching six passes for 72 yards and two TDs ... First career TD catch came against Furman ... Also had two catches for 30 yards and a TD vs. Delaware … 1999: Scout team ... Martinsville High School: Four-year letterwinner as a quarterback, defensive back, and kicker for head coach Taylor Edwards … All-district Defensive Player of the Year … Alldistrict first team DB 1997-98 …All-region first team and Player of the Year … All-state first team … Selected to play in East-West All-Star Game … AllTimesland second team QB … All-district first-team punter and all-state second team kicker… Recorded 25 career INTs, 12 in 1998 … 1998 punting average of 42.6 yards per kick … Also lettered in soccer and basketball … Soccer District Player of the Year 1998-99 … Soccer all-state first team 1998-99 … Personal: Son of Jesse and Gayle Wade … Father played collegiate football, baseball, and basketball for Emory & Henry College … Enjoys outdoor sports, including hunting and fishing ... Born May 16, 1980.

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Wade’s Career Receiving Stats Rec. Yards Avg. TD 6 72 12.0 2

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RF, Offensive Lineman, 6-3, 265 Ellisville, MO (Lafayette) Major: Undecided W&M: Developing young lineman who battled through injuries this spring … With continued recuperation and improved strength, could contribute at the guard position this fall … 2002: Scout team … Lafayette High School: Three-year letterwinner on the offensive and defensive line for head coach Mic Picataggio … Earned all-conference and all-area honors at defensive tackle his senior year … Won the state of Indiana’s NFL Punt, Pass and Kick competition in 1995 … Also lettered twice in baseball … Personal: Son of Donna and Joe Walker … Winner of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Scholar-Athlete award in 2002 … Plans to major in business … Born July 20, 1983.

Jonas Watson

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So., Defensive Lineman, 6-2, 240 Hampton, VA (Bethel) Major: Undecided W&M: Returning young player who is the fastest of all the defensive linemen … Possesses the intangibles to be a good player … Will improve with more reps … Needs to add weight and become a better student of the game … 2002: Saw action in seven games, recording 10 tackles … Played 100 snaps on the season … Bethel High School: Three-year letterwinner at defensive end and linebacker for coach Tracey Parker … Named to the all-district football team in junior and senior seasons … Awarded Bethel scholar-athlete honor after senior campaign … Also earned four letters in track, where he was named all-district four times and all-region three times … Personal: Son of William and Gayle Watson … Member of Bethel’s Gospel Choir … Member of the National Honor Society … Enjoy s composing music, reading and working on computers … Plans to major in mathematics … Born January 14, 1984.

Ryan Wertman

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Jr., Fullback, 6-1, 200 Tamaqua, PA (Marian Catholic) Major: Finance W&M: Tough, hard-nosed fullback ... Missed valuable practice time due to injury over past two season ... Needs to continue to improve strength … 2002: Scout team ... 2001: Scout team … 2000: Scout team … Marian Catholic High School: Three-year letterwinner at wide receiver and defensive back for coach Stan Dakosty ... Named all-county, All-Times News, and Scholastic All-American after collecting 81 tackles and four interceptions as a senior ... Also had

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Matthew Witham

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Jr., Offensive Lineman, 6-6, 330 Newark, DE (Tatnall School) Major: History

Thad Wheeler

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Jr., Linebacker, 61, 215 Canton, GA (Sequoyah) Major: Kinesiology W&M: Young linebacker who showed drastic improvements before an injury cut his spring practice session short … Good strength (365-pound hang clean) and concentration … 2002: Backup at linebacker who saw limited game action there, while playing regularly on special teams … Made seven tackles on the season … Played 14 snaps at linebacker … 2001: Scout team … Sequoyah High School: Three-year letterwinner at linebacker/tight end for coach Sid Maxwell … Team captain senior season … Earned all-county honors after junior season … Set state record for power clean (220-pound plus weight class) with a lift of 325-pounds … Personal: Son of Paul and Becky Wheeler ... Father played football for Marshall University ... Enjoys video games and movies ... Born September 1, 1982.

Alan Wheeling

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RF, Defensive Back, 5-9, 170 Dublin, VA (Pulaski County) Major: Undecided W&M: Young corner with good footwork … Potential to be a playmaker … Possesses good balance and football savvy … Has an excellent knowledge of the team’s defensive schemes … Needs to work on upper body strength … 2002: Scout team … Earned a Scout Team Player of the Week citation … Pulaski County High School: Three-year letterwinner at quarterback and defensive back for coach Joel Hicks … Named all-state, all-region and all-district at defensvie back after senior season … Set school-record with 14 career interceptions … Ranked 40th-best player in the state by Roanoke Times … Also lettered four times in indoor and outdoor track … Personal: Son of Alan and Deborah Wheeling … Nominated for High School Heisman award … Named to “Who’s Who Among American High School Students” … Member of the National Honor Society … Enjoys playing video games and listening to music … Plans to major in business … Born October 27, 1983.

W&M: Possibly the team’s top returning lineman who was the unit’s top performer during spring drills … Returns as the starting left tackle … Has significantly improved both his size, strength and assignments over past several seasons … A former walk-on who has matured into a major contributor … 2002: Started all 11 games at right tackle, performing admirably in his first year as a starter … Named Offensive Player of the Week for his strong performance in the Northeastern game … 2001: Spent season with travel squad and saw limited game action at tackle … 2000: Scout team … The Tatnall School: Four-year letterwinner on the offensive and defensive lines for coach Steve Esmond ... Named first team AllIndependent Conference as a junior and senior ... Team captain as a senior ... Earned Tatnall Defensive Player of the Year honors as a senior ... Also earned four letters in golf and captained the team as a senior ... Brother, Daniel, played golf at Emory University ... Personal: Son of Christopher and Jane Witham ... Enjoys watching television and listening to music in his free time ... Born January 4, 1982.

Josh Wright

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RF, Defensive Lineman, 6-2, 227 Madison Heights, VA (Amherst County) Major: Undecided W&M: Talented young player who showed a lot of intensity in his first year on the squad … Has a love for the game and an enthusiasm that is unsurpassed by his teammates … Possesses good speed and quickness … Needs to add more mass to his body … Aggressive player … Has the potential to be an outstanding pass rusher … Improved each day in the spring … 2002: Scout team … Honored with a Scout Team Player of the Week citation … Amherst County High School: Three-year letterwinner for coach Mickey Crouch … Named all-area, all-region and all-district in 2000 and 2001 … Captained the team his senior season … Also lettered once in soccer and once in wrestling … Named most improved on the soccer squad … Personal: Son of William and Lisa Wright … Cousin, Cassie Campbell, plays softball at Liberty University … Enjoys weightlifting and playing soccer … Plans to major in art … Born March 13, 1984.

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Brent Cochran

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Wide Receiver, 6-0, 185 Montoursville, PA

Offensive Lineman, 6-4, 280 Reston, VA

Montoursville Area High School: Three-year letterwinner at quarterback, wide receiver, defensive back and punter for coach Jim Bergen … Second team all-conference QB as a senior … Second QB in school history to total over 1,000 yards rushing and 1,000 yards passing in same season … Member of the West Branch Hall of Fame … Played in the District IV All-Star football game … Also lettered three years in basketball and four years in track … District champ in 400m, 800m and 4x400m relay in both junior and senior seasons … Personal: Son of John and Lisa Baker … Father played football at Susquehanna University … Grandfather, Richard Baker, played football at Penn State and Missouri … Senior Class President … Key Club … Monogram Club … Enjoys camping, working out, the performing arts and shooting pool with friends … Plans to major in biology … Born June 18, 1984.

South Lakes High School: Three-year letterwinner on the offensive and defensive line for coach Joe Trabucco ... Named all-district at both offensive guard and defensive tackle by the Washington Post ... Biggest player in this year’s incoming freshman class ... Personal: Son of Bob and Kellie Cochran ... Enjoys watching television and listening to music ... Undecided on a major ... Born January 5, 1985.

Jason Bowles

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Offensive Line, 6-3, 240 Hampton, VA Phoebus High School: Four-year letterwinner on the offensive and defensive line for coach Bill Dee … Rated as one of the top 100 prep players in the state by the Roanoke Times … First-team all-district in both junior and senior seasons … Second-team all-region in 2002 … Daily Press all-star in 2001 and 2002 … Captain of state championship team as a senior … Team won state title in final two seasons … Personal: Son of Tyrone and Deborah Anne Bowles … Brother, Tyrone, played baseball at UMBC … National Honor Society member … Earned four academic letters in high school … Enjoys playing video games and going to the movies … Undecided on a major … Born November 15, 1984.

Brandon Burrow

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Wide Receiver, 5-9, 175 Colonial Heights, VA Colonial Heights High School: Three-year letterwinner at wide receiver and defensive back for coach John Thomas … Caught 43 passes for 787 yards as a senior … All-district WR in 2001 and 2002 … All-metro performer as a senior … Also lettered four years in baseball and two years in track … Earned all-district citation in baseball … Made 99 receptions for 1,760 yards in his career, averaging nearly 18 yards per catch … Personal: Son of Willie and Gwen Burrow … Cousin of PGA Tour golfer Scott Hoch … Member of the Beta Club, National Honor Society, FCA, Key Club, Spanish Club and Latin Club … Enjoys fishing and weightlifting … Plans to major in education or business … Born January 10, 1985.

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Linebacker, 6-1, 210 Midlothian, VA Midlothian High School: Four-year letterwinner at linebacker and fullback for coach Dave Cooper … Earned All-Dominion District honors in both his junior and senior years … All-Academic team in each of his four years … Recorded 111 tackles in 10 games during his senior season … Personal: Son of Jim and Pamela Horvath … Father wrestled and played football at Southern Illinois … Cousin, John Cerasani, played football at Notre Dame and Northwestern … Another cousin, Tom Cerasani, played football at Wisconsin … Involved in FBLA and the Technology Club … Served as his high school’s webmaster … Enjoys going to the beach and surfing … Plans to major in business … Born October 11, 1984.

Paris Jackson

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Wide Receiver, 6-1, 200 Centreville, VA Westfield High School: Three-year lettewinner at wide receiver and defensive back for coach Tom Verbanic … Earned numerous honors including all-district and all-region … As a junior, earned all-state honors … Twice named Washington Post Player of the Week … Set a school-record with five TDs in one game … Led region and third in metro area as a junior with 12 touchdown receptions … Also lettered for one year in basketball and two years in track … Personal: Son of Raomito Salazar … Cousin, Jason Ford, played football at Virginia Tech … Enjoys playing video games and watching television … Born April 13, 1985.

John Jacobs

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Quarterback, 6-2, 190 Gaithersburg, MD Gaithersburg High School: Three-year letterwinner at quarterback for coach Kreg Kephart … Named to the all-state team as a senior … Also named all-county … Selected as offensive team MVP … Completed 91 of 173 yards for 1,300 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior … Became the first QB at the school to throw for over 1,000 yards since 1986 … Also lettered three years in basketball and two in baseball … Personal: Son of James and Margaret Jacobs … Cousin, Jimmy Ward, played for the NFL’s Baltimore Colts … Also had cousins play football at Navy and N.C. State … Enjoys weightlifting, playing golf and skiing … Born March 29, 1985.

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Justin Oliver

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Defensive Lineman, 6-3, 240 Blacksburg, VA

Offensive Lineman, 6-4, 270 Fairfield, PA

Blacksburg High School: Three-year letterwinner at center and defensive tackle for coach Dave Crist … Earned all-state, all-region and all-district honors as a senior … Named honorable mention alldistrict after his junior year … Blacksburg Sports Club’s Senior Male Athlete of the Year … Also lettered four years in track as a thrower … Named all-district on three occasions in track … Personal: Son of Bernard and Ollie Jones … President of high school’s Christian Fellowship Club … Enjoys working on cars and motorcycles, playing golf and fishing … Undecided on a major … Born November 9, 1984.

Gettysburg High School: Three-year letterwinner at offensive and defensive tackle for coach Sam Leedy … As a senior, named all-area by the Evening Sun … Also earned Mid-Penn all-conference honors … Earned two letters in basketball … Named as the 2001 Mid-Penn Scholar-Athlete Award winner for basketball … Personal: Son of Randall and Donna Oliver … Member of National Honor Society … Enjoys lifting weights, listening to music and going camping … Born October 22, 1985.

Cody Morris

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Defensive Lineman, 6-3, 275 Jeansville, PA Hazelton Area High School: Three-year letterwinner on the offensive and defensive line for coach Rocco Petrone … First-team allstate in 2002 … Helped lead squad to a 9-1 record and conference and district titles … Recorded eight sacks on the defensive line … Selected to play in the Big 33 Game … Earned all-conference and all-area honors in all three seasons … Personal: Son of Thomas and Debbie Morris … High school teammate of fellow freshman Joseph Nicholas … Involved in his high school’s Spirit Club … Enjoys playing baseball, basketball and bowling … Born June 21, 1985.

Joseph Nicholas

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Defensive Back, 6-3, 205 Sugarloaf, PA Hazelton Area High School: Four-year letterwinner at wide receiver and strong safety for coach Rocco Petrone … Named first-team allconference at both WR and DB in his sophomore, junior and senior seasons … Earned all-area honors at DB as a senior … Set a schoolrecord by starting on both offense and defense in 44 straight games … Led his team in both interceptions and receptions, and returned two of his INTs for touchdowns … Personal: Son of Joseph and Laurie Nicholas … High school teammate of fellow freshman Cody Morris … Member of National Honor Society, SADD, Spirit Club, FBLA and Key Club … Enjoys playing video games and riding bikes … Born October 23, 1984.

T.J. O’Neill

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Linebacker, 6-1, 220 Duxbury, MA Tabor Academy: Four-year letterwinner at running back and linebacker for coach Bill Hrasky … All-New England selection in 2002 … Averaged 5.7 yards per carry as a senior … Scored 11 touchdowns and accumulated 924 combined rushing and receiving yards in 2002 … Averaged 12 tackles per game at linebacker … Also lettered three years in basketball and two in track, plus one season in lacrosse … Personal: Son of Thomas and Nancy O’Neill … Father played baseball at Harvard … One sister played basketball at Harvard, while another was on the tennis team at Holy Cross … Enjoys listening to music and traveling … Undecided on a major … Born September 12, 1984.

Matt Otey

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Running Back, 5-11, 190 Hershey, PA Hershey High School: Four-year letterwinner at a variety of positions for coaches Bob “Gump” May and Willis White … In both of his final two seasons, earned all-conference citations at running back and linebacker … Also named all-conference at RB as a sophomore … Also lettered twice in track and once in basketball … Personal: Son of Edwin and Terry Otey … Father played football at Virginia Tech from 1978-82 … Member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes, German Club and German National Honor Society … Enjoys playing the guitar, hunting and fishing … Born June 22, 1984.

David Page

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Defensive Back, 5-9, 180 Sarasota, FL Cardinal Mooney High School: Four-year letterwinner at defensive back and running back for coach Mike Dowling … Earned allstate honors at DB as a senior … Made 101 tackles and five interceptions (two returned for TDs) as a senior … Also lettered three years in track and two in basketball … Won county championship in the long jump, triple jump, high jump and 4 x 100 as a senior … Named all-area and team MVP in basketball … Personal: Son of Wilson and Peggy Page … Member of the Key Club, SADD and the Spanish Club … Grandfather, Wilson Page II, played football at Princeton … Enjoys wakeboarding, working out and playing basketball … Plans to major in business administration … Born September 13, 1984.

Bruce “B.J.” Pearce

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Tight End, 6-3, 235 Vernon Hill, VA Halifax County High School: Three-year letterwinner at tight end and defensive end for coach James Hodges … Earned second-team all-state honors at tight end as a senior … Also earned first-team allregion and all-district awards … Named all-district at tight end and defensive end for both his sophomore and junior campaigns … Lettered for a year in baseball … Personal: Son of Bruce and Sue Pearce … Member of National Honor Society and Who’s Who Among American High School Students … All-American Scholar … Enjoys fishing, lifting weights and playing video games … Plans to major in pre-law or business management … Born April 10, 1985.

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Freshmen Bios Michael Potts

10

William Turner

69

Quarterback, 6-4, 205 Middletown, DE

Linebacker, 6-1, 220 Wirtz, VA

Middletown High School: Three-year letterwinner at quarterback and safety for coach William DiNardo … Team captain who earned first-team all-state honors as a senior … All-conference pick … Threw for over 2,600 yards and 26 touchdowns in his two seasons as a starter … Final season saw him complete 69 of 149 passes for 13 touchdowns … Also rushed for five scores as a senior … Lettered three years in baseball and once in basketball … Personal: Son of Christopher and Deborah Potts … Volunteers in the Hand for Hand program for mentally retarded children … Cousin, Keith Potts, played football for the College from 1974-78 … Enjoys watching and playing sports, as well as sleeping … Undecided on a major … Born March 6, 1985.

Franklin County High School: Three-year letterwinner at linebacker for coach Billy Miles … Earned district’s defensive MVP award … First team all-region … First team All-Timesland by the Roanoke Times … Honorable mention all-state … Recorded 165 tackles as a senior … Also lettered one year in wrestling … Personal: Son of Benjamin Turner and Maureen McGary … Member of the National Honor Society … Enjoys fishing, hiking and playing billiards … Plans to major in government … Born January 8, 1986.

Brandon Pugh

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Mark “Tony” Viola

30

Running Back, 6-1, 220 Broadway, VA

Indian River High School: Four-year letterwinner on the offensive and defensive lines for coach Elisha “Cadillac” Harris … Named first-team all-district in 2002 … Also earned first-team All-Tidewater honors … Personal: Son of Randy and Janet Pugh … Enjoys playing basketball and video games … Plans to major in computer science … Born November 1, 1985.

Stonewall Jackson High School: Two-year letterwinner at running back and linebacker for coach Dick Krol … Earned first team alldistrict honors at running back as a senior … Named second team all-area by the Northern Virginia Daily … Honorable mention allregion selection … Rushed for 824 yards on 110 carries in 2002, including nine touchdowns … Make 60 tackles at linebacker … Also lettered once in baseball … Personal: Son of Mark and Barbara Viola … Member of the National Honor Society and the Foreign Language Honor Society … Enjoys watching Al Pacino movies … Plans to major in biology or chemistry … Born December 30, 1984.

Marcus Shepherd

Brian Williamson

Defensive Lineman, 6-3, 250 Chesapeake, VA

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Linebacker, 5-11, 200 Landover, MD

Defensive Lineman, 6-4, 255 Nakina, NC

Parkdale High School: Three-year letterwinner at linebacker, fullback and tight end for coach Mike Rucker … Second team all-state at LB … Second team all-metro … Led team to Maryland 4A state title … Recorded 197 tackles, including 16 sacks and forced six fumbles in his senior season … Carried 32 times for 280 yards and two touchdowns … Also lettered three times in track and twice in wrestling … Personal: Son of Larry and Linda Shepherd … Volunteered for community service at his high school … Honor roll student … Enjoys playing video games and watching television … Plans to major in computer science … Born May 10, 1985.

Whiteville High School: Three-year letterwinner at defensive end and tight end for coach Mark Little … Named all-county, all-conference and all-area as a senior team captain … Made 34 solo tackles, 36 assisted tackles, three sacks and two fumble recoveries in his senior year … Also lettered four years in basketball … Personal: Son of Jeffrey and Sonya Williamson … Honor roll student … Coca-Cola Scholar-Athlete Award winner … Spanish Club and FBLA member … Enjoys playing video games and playing basketball … Undecided on a major … Born November 22, 1984.

Brad Stewart

Nic Yocum

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Offensive Lineman, 6-3, 280 Bethel Park, PA

Linebacker, 6-1, 205 Boalsburg, PA

Bethel Park High School: Three-year letterwinner at both offensive and defensive line for coach Jeff Metheny ... One of the more decorated linemen in the Pittsburgh area last fall, earning AP allstate honors as well as All-Quad North selections from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review ... Also captured all-district honors in track and field as a thrower ... Personal: Son of Jim and Debbie Stewart ... Enjoys lifting weights and listening to music ... Undecided on a major ... Born August 27, 1984.

State College Area High School: Four-year letterwinner at linebacker and fullback for coach Dave Lintal ... Team captain as a senior ... Averaged 7.5 tackles per game in his career, finishing third on the career tackling list at the school ... Also played one year of basketball in high school ... Personal: Son of Scott and Glenda Yocum ... Father played football at Penn State from 1975-77 ... 2003 Faculty Scholar ... Honor roll student ... Enjoys weightlifting, camping and fishing ... Plans to major in business ... Born May 10, 1984.

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2002 in Review GAME ONE: W&M AT INDIANA William and Mary Indiana

1 7 7

2 7 3

3 4 0 3 9 6

GAME TWO: W&M AT MAINE Final 17 25

Scoring Summary Qtr Team Score Time 1st W&M Musinski 24 pass from Corley 9:14 (Kuehn kick) IU Johnson 10 pass from Jones 4:07 (Robertson kick) 2nd W&M J. Smith 12 pass from Corley 9:37 (Kuehn kick) IU FG Robertson 31 2:00 3rd IU Pannozzo 8 pass from Jones 9:34 (Robertson kick) 3rd IU Team safety 7:58 4th IU Pannozzo 1 pass from Jones 11:01 W&M FG Kuehn 32 8:49 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 20 29-(-32) 41-20-2 259 227 70 5-2 6-16 2-10 0-0 26:24

IU 17 42-103 32-16-3 165 268 74 3-1 8-17 4-55 5-35 33:36

Rushing W&M: Hargrove 5-19, Smith 11-13, Rogers 1-6, Corley 9-(-18), Team 3-(-52). IU: Lewis 25-74, Clency 10-26, Roby 1-6, Jones 6-(3). Passing W&M: Corley 20-41-2 259 (2 TD) IU: Jones 16-32-3 165 (3 TD) Receiving W&M: Musinski 6-60 (TD), Wade 3-32, Thompson 2-44, Paxton 2-21, Rogers 2-20, Smith 2-14 (TD), Kemp 1-49, Pitts 1-12, Hargrove 1-7. IU: Pannozzo 4-39, Johnson 4-34, Lewis 3-38, Halterman 2-32, Clency 2-(-5), Roby 1-27. Defense W&M: Solomon 12 (1 PBU), Bobo 9 (INT), Youssofi 8, Pendleton 6, Washington 4 (FF, FR), Parker 2 (2 INT). Attendance: 33,427

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William and Mary Maine

1 2 0 0 7 17

3 4 7 7 3 0

GAME THREE: VMI AT W&M Final 14 27

Scoring Summary Qtr Team Score Time 1st UM Williams 4 run 3:23 (Mellow kick) 2nd UM Williams 2 run 11:20 (Mellow kick) UM Eaton 2 run 2:47 (Mellow kick) UM FG Mellow 30 0:02 3rd W&M Wade 4 pass from Corley 4:04 (Kuehn kick) UM FG Mellow 26 1:26 4th W&M Hargrove 11 pass from Corley 8:42 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 30-76 37-18-1 192 268 67 2-1 5-14 5-49 2-13 28:40

UM 21 46-242 15-25-1 128 370 71 3-1 9-16 12-81 5-30 31:20

Rushing W&M: Hargrove 7-32, Corley 12-16, Rogers 4-16, Smith 7-12. UM: Williams 26-135 (2 TD), Eaton 12-106, Gelsomino 3-13, Henry 1-5, Gomes 1-1, Team 2-(2), Momah 1-(-16). Passing W&M: Corley 18-37-1 192 (2 TD) UM: Eaton 15-25-1 128 Receiving W&M: Wade 5-59 (TD), Musinski 4-36, Hargrove 3-24 (TD), Thompson 2-31, Smith 1-24, Pitts 1-10, Kemp 1-7, Rogers 1-1. UM: Gomes 8-96, Minor 2-4, Pereira 1-10, Waller 1-8, Fusco 1-6, Gelsomino 1-2, Zyskowski 1-2. Defense W&M: Youssofi 16 (TFL, Sack), Solomon 10 (TFL, FF), Thomas 10, Griffin 9 (TFL), Bobo 8, Lewis 7 (Sack, PBU), Parker 5 (TFL, PBU), Harrell 1 (INT). Attendance: 6,326

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VMI William and Mary

1 2 3 4 10 7 7 7 17 17 14 14

Final 31 62

Scoring Summary Qtr Team Score Time 1st W&M Smith 1 run (Kuehn kick) 8:15 VMI Garcia 74 pass from Gibson 7:17 (Sharpe kick) W&M FG Kuehn 19 5:25 VMI FG Sharpe 23 2:13 W&M Hargrove 50 run (Kuehn kick) 0:13 2nd W&M Musinski 80 pass from Corley 13:56 (Kuehn kick) W&M FG Kuehn 27 5:38 W&M Wade 14 pass from Corley 2:47 (Kuehn kick) VMI Snelling 9 pass from Gibson 0:14 (Sharpe kick) 3rd W&M Smith 29 run (Kuehn kick) 13:29 W&M Smith 5 run (Kuehn kick) 3:33 VMI Garcia 5 pass from Gibson 2:12 (Sharpe kick) 4th W&M Bratton 29 pass from Campbell 7:12 (Kuehn kick) W&M Campbell 3 run (Kuehn kick) 3:51 VMI Solomon 5 run (Sharpe kick) 0:41 First Downs Rushes - Yards Att-Cmp-Int Pass Yards Total Offense Total Plays Penalties - Yards Sacks by - Yards Time of Possession

VMI 22 38-180 38-16-2 278 458 76 7-64 0-0 29:02

W&M 27 36-214 30-23-0 395 609 66 9-87 0-0 30:58

Rushing W&M: Hargrove 11-110 (TD), Smith 16-87 (3 TD), Corley 3-10, Rogers 2-6, Campbell 1-3 (TD). Passing W&M: Corley 21-27-0 346 (2 TD), Campbell 2-3 49 W&M: Musinski 5-125 (TD), Bratton 3-66 (TD), Wade 3-38 (TD), Smith 3-33, Lustig 2-33, Rogers 2-24. Defense W&M: Solomon 9 (sack), Thomas 8, Cr. Patterson 7 (INT), Garland 7, Youssofi 6, Harrell 1 (INT). Attendance: 9,963


2002 in Review GAME FOUR: DELAWARE AT W&M

Delaware William and Mary

1 7 20

2 3 4 7 14 14 8 0 17

Final 42 45

Scoring Summary Qtr Team Score Time 1st UD Walker 95 kick return 14:44 W&M Musinski 45 pass from Corley 12:13 (Kuehn kick) W&M FG Kuehn 51 9:55 W&M Smith 7 run (Kuehn kick) 8:09 W&M FG Kuehn 30 2:20 2nd UD Burnell 1 run (Collins kick) 14:57 W&M Corley 1 run 5:26 (Musinski pass from Corley) 3rd UD O’Neill 15 pass from Hall 7:05 (Collins kick) UD Burnell 1 run (Collins kick) 0:43 4th W&M FG Kuehn 37 11:24 W&M Musinski 51 pass from Corley 5:25 (Kuehn kick) UD Hall 9 run (Collins kick) 2:44 W&M Parker 41 int return (Kuehn kick) 1:35 UD Boler 28 pass from Hall 0:01 (Collins kick) First Downs Rushes - Yards Att-Cmp-Int Pass Yards Total Offense Total Plays 3rd Down Conv. Penalties - Yards Sacks by - Yards Time of Possession

UD 16 32-133 39-16-2 251 384 71 5-16 12-76 4-33 22:02

W&M 24 44-77 34-23-0 326 403 78 4-15 5-72 0-0 37:58

Rushing W&M: Smith 24-58 (TD), Musinski 1-22, Hargrove 9-13, Corley 9-0 (TD), TEAM 2-(-16). UD: Burnell 19-79 (2 TD), Hall 9-53 (TD). Passing W&M: Corley 23-34-0 326 (2 TD). UD: Hall 16-37-2 251 (2 TD), Burnell 0-1-0 0. Receiving W&M: Musinski 9-194 (2 TD), Paxton 5-54, Lustig 3-39, Kemp 2-23, Smith 2-1, Bratton 1-10. Defense W&M: Solomon 13, Youssofi 9 (INT), Carpenter 6, Shaw 5 (TFL), Griffin 4 (TFL), Parker 2 (INT). Attendance: 11,682

GAME SIX: W&M AT UNH

GAME FIVE: W&M AT HOFSTRA

William and Mary Hofstra

1 0 0

2 0 0

3 4 0 16 0 3

Scoring Summary Qtr Team Score 4th HU FG Onorato 47 W&M FG Kuehn 25 W&M Corley 7 run (Kuehn kick) W&M Parker 26 int. return (kick blocked) 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 14 43-115 25-10-0 155 270 68 4-0 2-16 5-40 2-13 32:18

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William and Mary New Hampshire

Time 13:30 8:44 1:52 1:39 HU 14 29-91 39-14-1 136 227 68 3-2 3-15 5-50 6-60 27:42

Rushing W&M: Smith 23-108, Rogers 2-17, Hargrove 1-1, TEAM 1-(-2), Corley 16-(-9) (TD). HU: Dimmie 15-79, Bukula 7-20, Cosentino 7-(-8). Passing W&M: Corley 10-24-0 155, Campbell 0-1-0 0. HU: Cosentino 14-38-1 136, Colston 0-1-0 0. Receiving W&M: Smith 4-29, Musinski 3-84, Wade 2-35, Lustig 1-7. HU: Bryant 5-29, Perry 3-24, Irby 2-41, Bukula 225, Colston 2-17. Defense W&M: Solomon 10 (3 TFL, 3 sacks), Youssofi 10 (2 TFL, sack), Carpenter 9, Pengitore 8, Parker 3 (TFL, INT, TD). Attendance: 3,032

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1 10 3

2 3 4 3 14 7 3 7 14

Final 34 27

Scoring Summary Qtr Team Score Time 1st W&M FG Kuehn 26 10:41 W&M Corley 3 run (Kuehn kick) 5:03 UNH FG McCormick 29 1:00 2nd UNH FG McCormick 29 6:23 W&M FG Kuehn 36 1:51 3rd UNH Lewis 56 run (McCormick kick) 9:48 W&M Lustig 13 pass from Corley 6:58 (Kuehn kick) W&M Smith 2 run (Kuehn kick) 0:54 4th UNH Granieri 1 run (McCormick kick) 6:37 W&M Rogers 3 pass from Corley 1:43 (Kuehn kick) UNH Diner 6 pass from Granieri 0:03 (McCormick 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 25 45-295 29-18-1 204 499 74 3-1 7-13 6-51 1-9 33:24

UNH 20 47-235 28-15-1 162 397 75 2-1 9-17 5-40 0-0 26:36

Rushing W&M: Smith 32-198 (TD), Corley 6-51 (TD), Musinski 2-30, Rogers 2-10, Howard 1-5, Hargrove 2-1. UNH: Lewis 16-119 (TD), Granieri 21-87 (TD), McKinney 5-14, Harvey 2-9, Isom 3-6. Passing W&M: Corley 18-29-1 204 (2 TD). UNH: Granieri 15-27-1 162 (TD), Wiley 0-1-0 0. Receiving W&M: Musinski 7-126, Lustig 2-19 (TD), Wade 216, Smith 2-0, Pitts 1-17, Howard 1-8, Rogers 1-3 (TD). UNH: Diner 6-42 (TD), Lewis 4-78, Harvey 3-21. Defense W&M: Bobo 8 (TFL, INT), Griffin 7, Youssofi 7, Carpenter 6, Pengitore 6, Thomas 6. Attendance: 3,122

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2002 in Review GAME SEVEN: NORTHEASTERN AT W&M Northeastern William and Mary

1 2 3 3 7 13

3 4 0 7 7 3

Final 13 30

Scoring Summary Qtr Team Score Time 1st NU FG Kesic 37 6:27 W&M Musinski 4 pass from Corley 3:43 (Kuehn kick) 2nd W&M Corley 1 run (kick failed) 8:40 NU FG Kesic 35 4:11 W&M Musinski 33 pass from Corley 2:21 (Kuehn kick) 3rd W&M Smith 5 run (Kuehn kick) 5:41 4th W&M FG Kuehn 35 11:00 NU Parks 20 pass from Cassidy 9:15 (Kesic 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

NU 20 32-174 34-14-1 123 297 66 0-0 3-13 4-79 2-12 24:17

W&M 22 46-194 29-19-0 267 461 75 0-0 9-17 7-84 1-10 35:43

Rushing W&M: Smith 28-102 (TD), Rogers 3-40, Howard 4-26, Hargrove 4-18, Corley 7-8 (TD). UD: Griffin 19-93, Riley 5-57, Brady 3-20, Harris 1-6, Cassidy 4-(-2). Passing W&M: Corley 19-28-0 267 (2 TD), Musinski 0-1-0 0. UD: Cassidy 12-28-1 101 (TD), Brady 2-6-0 22. Receiving W&M: Musinski 6-132 (2 TD), Howard 3-11, Lustig 2-29, Thompson 2-21, Wade 2-18, Bratton 1-36, Paxton 1-8, Rogers 1-7, Smith 1-5. UD: Parks 6-58 (TD), Griffin 3-14, Gale 2-19, Thomas 1-22, Gulliam 1-6, Lawlor 1-4. Defense W&M: Carpenter 11, Pengitore 8 (TFL, sack), Solomon 8, Cason 6 (INT), Parker 4. Attendance: 8,741

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GAME EIGHT: W&M AT VILLANOVA William and Mary Villanova

1 2 3 4 3 7 10 0 7 13 7 3

Final 20 41

Scoring Summary Qtr Team Score Time 1st VU Dieser 24 pass from Gordon 7:25 (James kick) W&M FG Kuehn 43 5:04 VU DiGiacomo 5 run (James kick) 0:18 2nd W&M Wade 8 pass from Corley 11:31 (Kuehn kick) VU Brown 30 pass from Gordon 8:59 (James kick) 3rd W&M FG Kuehn 38 11:44 VU Butler 21 pass from Gordon 9:07 (kick failed) W&M Smith 2 run (Kuehn kick) 5:48 VU Cross 5 pass from Gordon 2:43 (James kick) 4th VU Gibson 6 run (James kick) 0:49 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 24 41-143 33-20-1 233 376 74 2-1 11-16 4-45 1-0 31:05

VU 28 39-285 26-19-1 256 541 65 1-1 4-8 6-69 3-15 28:55

Rushing W&M: Smith 18-59 (TD), Corley 12-48, Hargrove 3-18, Rogers 4-11, Howard 3-8, Thompson 1-(-1). VU: Gibson 12-109 (TD), Cross 5-83, Butler 14-73, Outlaw 1-11, DiGiacomo 1-5 (TD), Gordon 6-4. Passing W&M: Corley 20-33-1 233 (TD). VU: Gordon 19-26-1 256 (4 TD) Receiving W&M: Musinski 8-115, Paxton 3-35, Thompson 2-42, Howard 2-2, Lustig 1-11, Beard 1-10, Wade 1-8 (TD), Smith 1-5, Rogers 1-5. VU: Brown 3-49 (TD), White 3-31, Cross 3-25 (TD), Champen 2-44, Dieser 2-34 (TD), Butlers 2-30 (TD). Defense W&M: Carpenter 12 (TFL), Thomas 9, Washington 9, Bobo 8, Cason 7 (FF, INT), Solomon 7 (FR). Attendance: 7,153

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GAME NINE: RHODE ISLAND AT W&M Rhode Island William and Mary

1 2 0 6 14 20

3 4 0 0 7 3

Final 6 44

Scoring Summary Qtr Team Score Time 1st W&M Smith 5 run 2:53 (Kuehn kick) W&M Hargrove 59 run 0:22 (Kuehn kick) 2nd W&M Rogers 7 pass from Corley 12:01 (Kuehn kick) URI FG Laisle 33 9:09 W&M Paxton 13 pass from Corley 5:03 (run failed) W&M Musinski 27 pass from Corley1:42 (Kuehn kick) URI FG Laisle 35 0:00 3rd W&M Smith 4 run 8:28 (Kuehn kick) 4th W&M FG Kuehn 32 11:57 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

URI 15 62-241 10-2-0 44 285 72 4-2 6-17 5-29 2-18 35:44

W&M 21 33-201 28-19-0 264 465 61 2-1 5-11 2-20 2-12 24:16

Rushing W&M: Hargrove 11-105 (TD), Smith 13-78 (2 TD), Rogers 2-17, Corley 6-2, Team 1-(-1). URI: Campbell 27-102, Poitier 12-76, Williams 4-48, Bowers 7-30, Barker 7-0, Poole 4-(-6), Laisle 1-(-9). Passing W&M: Corley 18-26-0 259 (3 TD), Campbell 1-2-0 5. URI: Barker 2-10-0 44. Receiving W&M: Musinski 4-117 (TD), Paxton 4-46 (TD), Wade 3-43, Kemp 2-22, Howard 2-2, Pitts 1-18, Thompson 1-7, Rogers 1-7 (TD), Hargrove 1-2. URI: Green 1-35, Horne 1-9. Defense W&M: Washington 13 (2 TFL, sack), Solomon 9, Youssofi 8, Pengitore 8, Garland 8, Carpenter 8 (TFL, sack). Attendance: 5,502


2002 in Review GAME TEN: W&M AT JAMES MADISON William and Mary James Madison

1 7 14

2 0 0

3 4 7 14 7 7

OT Final 3 31 6 34

Scoring Summary Qtr Team Score Time 1st JMU Goins 4 run (kick failed) 10:51 JMU Bradley 4 pass from LeZotte 4:14 (Tolley pass) W&M Paxton 4 pass from Corley 0:24 (Kuehn kick) 3rd W&M Rogers 38 run (Kuehn kick) 13:13 JMU Mallory 51 pass from Cooke 7:32 (Matthews kick) 4th W&M Kemp 10 pass from Corley 13:53 (Kuehn kick) JMU Harris 44 pass from Connelly 7:18 (Matthews kick) W&M Rogers 1 pass from Corley 0:50 (Kuehn kick) OT W&M FG Kuehn 42 JMU Hines 1 run First Downs Rushes - Yards Att-Cmp-Int Pass Yards Total Offense Total Plays 3rd Down Conv. Penalties - Yards Sacks by - Yards Time of Possession

W&M 23 48-198 31-20-1 213 411 79 11-17 3-25 1-9 34:50

JMU 16 52-230 10-7-1 166 396 62 6-14 5-21 4-21 25:10

Rushing W&M: Smith 27-192, Rogers 2-50, Corley 14-44. JMU: Goins 18-81, Bradley 8-38, Hines 7-35, Cooke 3-30, Mallory 4-27, Iorio 7-25, Connelly 1-3. Passing W&M: Corley 20-31-1 213 (3 TD). JMU: LeZotte 4-6-0 64 (TD), Cooke 2-3-1 58 (TD), Connelly 1-1-0 44 (TD). Receiving W&M: Thompson 5-67, Musinski 3-56, Howard 3-23, Paxton 2-15, Rogers 2-12, Hargrove 1-12, Kemp 1-10, Pitts 1-9, Bratton 1-8, Smith 1-1. JMU: Tolley 2-34, Mallory 1-51, Harris 1-44, Connelly 1-26, Goins 1-7, Bradley 1-4. Defense W&M: Youssofi 11, Thomas 9 (PBU), Bobo 9, Cason 8 (INT, FG block), Washington 8. Attendance: 8,237

GAME ELEVEN: RICHMOND AT W&M Richmond William and Mary

1 2 14 14 0 13

3 4 0 7 0 0

Final 35 13

Scoring Summary Qtr Team Score Time 1st UR Teufel 6 pass from Tutt 12:15 (Kirchner kick) UR Edwards 8 run 2:56 (Kirchner kick) 2nd W&M Musinski 40 pass from Corley 10:32 (Kuehn kick) UR Dantzler 33 pass from Tutt 6:05 (Kirchner kick) UR Tutt 1 run 4:02 (Kirchner kick) W&M Musinski 47 pass from Corley 1:49 (Kuehn kick) 4th UR Tutt 5 run 14:18 (Kirchner 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

UR 14 53-204 11-6-2 70 274 64 1-0 9-14 7-75 9-65 30:38

W&M 16 30-6 26-17-3 233 239 56 3-2 6-13 4-40 0-0 29:22

Rushing W&M: Smith 7-31, Campbell 4-20, Howard 6-15, Rogers 1-(-10), Corley 13-(-50). UR: Tutt 19-87 (2 TD), Edwards 10-38 (TD), Williams 10-38, Dantzler 9-34, Diggs 4-11. Passing W&M: Corley 13-19-3 218 (2 TD), Campbell 4-7-0 15. UR: Tutt 5-10-2 60 (2 TD), Wills 1-1-0 10. Receiving W&M: Howard 5-38, Musinski 3-95 (2 TD), Wade 3-30, Thompson 2-29, Smith 1-17, Bratton 1-9, Mulloy 1-8, Paxton 1-7. UR: Ouden 2-7, Dantzler 1-33 (TD), Wilson 1-14, Smith 1-10, Teufel 1-6 (TD). Defense W&M: Solomon 12, Youssofi 11 (INT), Thomas 8, Bobo 7, Lewis 6, Parker 3 (INT). Attendance: 6,274

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Twelve William and Mary players earned all-conference honors last season, including first team picks Dwight Beard, Rich Musinski and Billy Parker. Earning second team nods were H-back Corey Paxton (above) and linebacker Mohammed Youssofi (below), in addition to quarterback Dave Corley, Jr. and kicker Greg Kuehn. Third team picks included offensive guard Ray Loffredo, safety Marques Bobo, linebacker Paul Carpenter, tailback Jon Smith and defensive tackle Marcus Washington.

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2002 Honors and Awards Dwight Beard, Offensive Tackle

Rich Musinski, Wide Receiver

First Team All-Atlantic 10 Football Conference First Team All-State, The Roanoke Times First Team All-State, Virginia Sports Information Directors First Team All-America, AFCA First Team All-America, Associated Press

First Team All-Atlantic 10 Football Conference All-ECAC First Team All-State, Virginia Sports Information Directors Second Team All-State, The Roanoke Times

Billy Parker, Cornerback

Marques Bobo, Safety

First Team All-Atlantic 10 Football Conference First Team All-State, Virginia Sports Information Directors Second Team All-State, The Roanoke Times

Third Team All-Atlantic 10 Football Conference

Lang Campbell, Quarterback

Corey Patterson, Defensive Back

Academic All-Atlantic 10 Football Conference

Academic All-Atlantic 10 Football Conference

Paul Carpenter, Linebacker Third Team All-Atlantic 10 Football Conference

Corey Paxton, H-Back

Stephen Cason, Defensive Back Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week (11/16/02)

Academic All-Conference Football Conference Second Team All-Atlantic 10 Football Conference Second Team All-State, The Roanoke Times

Dave Corley, Jr., Quarterback

Jon Smith, Tailback

Second Team All-Atlantic 10 Football Conference Second Team All-State, The Roanoke Times Atlantic 10 Offensive Player of the Week (10/26/02)

Third Team, All-Atlantic 10 Football Conference Atlantic 10 Offensive Player of the Week (10/19/02)

Steven Hargrove, Tailback

Third Team All-Atlantic 10 Football Conference

Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week (11/9/02)

Marcus Washington, Defensive Tackle Mohammed Youssofi, Linebacker

Greg Kuehn, Placekicker Second Team All-Atlantic 10 Football Conference First Team All-State, The Roanoke Times First Team All-State, Virginia Sports Information Directors

Second Team All-Atlantic 10 Football Conference Second Team All-State, The Roanoke Times

Ray Loffredo, Offensive Guard Third Team All-Atlantic 10 Football Conference First Team All-State, The Roanoke Times

William and Mary Quarterback Club Players of the Week 8/31/02 - Indiana Offense - Dave Corley, Jr. Defense - Marcus Washington Special Teams - Nick Rogers

10/12/02 - Hofstra Offense - Jon Smith Defense - Andrew Solomon, Billy Parker Special Teams - Mike Mesi, Wade Harrell

11/9/02 - Rhode Island Offense - Corey Paxton Defense - Marcus Washington Special Teams - Chris Outlaw

9/7/02 - Maine Offense - Dave Corley, Jr. Defense - Mohammed Youssofi Special Teams - Greg Kuehn

10/19/02 - New Hampshire Offense - Dwight Beard Defense - Marcus Washington Special Teams - Ian Kemp

11/16/02 - James Madison Offense - Nick Rogers Defense - Paul Carpenter Special Teams - Stephen Cason

9/14/02 - VMI Offense - Ian Kemp Defense - Todd Garland Special Teams - Jonathan Shaw

10/26/02 - Northeastern Offense - Matthew Witham Defense - Craig Pengitore Special Teams - James Miller

11/23/02 - Richmond Offense - Marcus Howard Defense - Todd Garland Special Teams - Mike Mesi

9/28/02 - Delaware Offense - Rich Musinski Defense - Andrew Solomon Special Teams - Mike Mesi

11/2/02 - Villanova Offense - Rich Musinski Defense - Stephen Cason Special Teams - Dominique Thompson

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2002 Statistics 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 INT RETURNS: #-YARDS KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS Average Per Game PUNTS-YARDS Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-YARDS MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game

W&M 326 29.6 233 93 119 21 1487 1965 478 425 3.5 135.2 17 2741 343-207-9 8.0 13.2 249.2 22 4228 768 5.5 384.4 41-826 22-151 15-188 20.1 6.9 12.5 25-9 52-523 47.5 48-1839 38.3 36.5 31:22 73/160 46% 5/14 36% 10-66 0 41 14-21 36-39 42162 5/8432

SCORE BY QUARTERS William and Mary Opponents

2nd 88 67

RUSHING Jonathan Smith Steven Hargrove Nick Rogers Dave Corley, Jr Marcus Howard Rich Musinski Lang Campbell Chris Kimber D. Thompson TEAM Total Opponents

GP 11 10 11 11 6 11 5 1 11 6 11 11

1st 85 79

Att 206 57 23 106 15 2 5 1 1 9 425 472

Net 838 327 163 102 56 52 23 0 -1 -73 1487 2118

Avg 4.1 5.7 7.1 1.0 3.7 26.0 4.6 0.0 -1.0 -8.1 3.5 4.5

3rd 66 60

TD 9 2 1 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 17 16

OPP 284 25.8 203 106 84 13 2118 2350 232 472 4.5 192.5 16 1779 292-140-15 6.1 12.7 161.7 19 3897 764 5.1 354.3 49-1009 17-89 9-173 20.6 5.2 19.2 22-10 72-639 58.1 56-2217 39.6 36.9 28:38 70/165 42% 10/17 59% 40-289 0 36 11-17 31-33 61297 6/10216 4th 84 72

Long 54 59 38 19 18 30 15 0 0 0 59 65

OT 3 6

Avg/G 76.2 32.7 14.8 9.3 9.3 4.7 4.6 0.0 -0.1 -12.2 135.2 192.5

SCORING Greg Kuehn Jonathan Smith Rich Musinski Nick Rogers Dave Corley, Jr Danny Wade Steven Hargrove Corey Paxton Billy Parker Lang Campbell Ian Kemp Adam Bratton Josh Lustig Total Opponents

TD 0 10 9 4 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 41 36

TOTAL OFFENSE Dave Corley, Jr Jonathan Smith Steven Hargrove Nick Rogers Lang Campbell Marcus Howard Rich Musinski D. Thompson TEAM Total Opponents KICKING Greg Kuehn

Total 326 284

FGs 14-21 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 14-21 11-17

|—— PATs —————| Kick Rush Rcv Pass Saf Points 36-39 0-0 0 0-0 0 78 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 60 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 56 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 24 0-0 0-0 0 1-1 0 24 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 18 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 18 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 12 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 12 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 6 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 6 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 6 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 6 36-39 0-1 1 1-1 0 326 31-33 0-0 1 1-2 1 284

G 11 11 10 11 5 6 11 11 6 11 11

Plays 435 206 57 23 18 15 3 1 9 768 764

Rush 102 838 327 163 23 56 52 -1 -73 1487 2118

Pass 2672 0 0 0 69 0 0 0 0 2741 1779

Total 2774 838 327 163 92 56 52 -1 -73 4228 3897

Avg/G 252.2 76.2 32.7 14.8 18.4 9.3 4.7 -0.1 -12.2 384.4 354.3

FGM/A Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg 14-21 66.7 1-1 3-4 7-9 2-6 1-1 51

PUNTING Mike Mesi TEAM Total Opponents

No. 47 1 48 56

PASSING Dave Corley, Jr Lang Campbell Rich Musinski Total Opponents

Effic 144.60 123.82 0.00 143.39 110.32

RECEIVING Rich Musinski Danny Wade Corey Paxton Jonathan Smith D. Thompson Marcus Howard Josh Lustig Nick Rogers Ian Kemp Adam Bratton Steven Hargrove John Pitts, Jr. Dwight Beard Total Opponents

Yds 1837 2 1839 2217

GP 11 9 10 11 11 6 6 11 9 8 10 6 11 11 11

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Avg 39.1 2.0 38.3 39.6

Long 61 2 61 74

TB 5 0 5 7

Att-Cmp-Int 329-200-9 13-7-0 1-0-0 343-207-9 292-140-15 No. 58 24 21 18 17 16 11 11 10 7 7 5 1 207 140

Yds 1140 279 225 129 246 84 138 79 158 129 50 66 10 2741 1779

Avg 19.7 11.6 10.7 7.2 14.5 5.2 12.5 7.2 15.8 18.4 7.1 13.2 10.0 13.2 12.7

FC 1 0 1 4

Pct 60.8 53.8 0.0 60.3 47.9 TD 9 3 2 1 0 0 1 3 1 1 1 0 0 22 19

I20 9 0 9 12 Yds 2672 69 0 2741 1779

Long 80 25 29 28 39 17 20 18 49 36 12 18 10 80 74

Blkd 0 1 1 1 TD 21 1 0 22 19

Lng 80 29 0 80 74

Avg/G 103.6 31.0 22.5 11.7 22.4 14.0 23.0 7.2 17.6 16.1 5.0 11.0 3.3 249.2 161.7

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Avg/G 242.9 13.8 0.0 249.2 161.7


2002 Statistics PUNT RETURNS Rich Musinski Marques Bobo Josh Lustig Total Opponents

No. 18 3 1 22 17

Yds 127 18 6 151 89

Avg 7.1 6.0 6.0 6.9 5.2

TD 0 0 0 0 0

Long 28 11 6 28 17

INTERCEPTIONS Billy Parker Stephen Cason Wade Harrell Marques Bobo Mohammed Youssofi Craig Patterson Total Opponents

No. 5 3 2 2 2 1 15 9

Yds 96 34 27 19 9 3 188 173

Avg 19.2 11.3 13.5 9.5 4.5 3.0 12.5 19.2

TD 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

KICK RETURNS Steven Hargrove Jonathan Smith Stephen Cason Nick Rogers Ronnie Thomas Rich Musinski TEAM John Pitts, Jr. Adam Bratton Total Opponents

Yds 275 126 197 118 93 13 0 0 4 826 1009

Avg 25.0 15.8 28.1 19.7 18.6 13.0 0.0 0.0 4.0 20.1 20.6

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Long 48 30 57 35 25 13 0 0 4 57 95

No. 11 8 7 6 5 1 1 1 1 41 49

DEFENSIVE LEADERS Andrew Solomon Mohammed Youssofi Paul Carpenter Ronnie Thomas Todd Garland Marques Bobo Marcus Washington Jerome Griffin Craig Pengitore Donté Lewis Stephen Cason Billy Parker Adam O'Connor Michael McCarthy Larry Pendleton Chris Outlaw Wade Harrell Jonathan Shaw Travis McLaurin Craig Patterson James Miller Chris Ndubueze Corey Patterson Dominique Thompson Jonas Watson Thad Wheeler Nick Rogers Justin Kelly Greg Kuehn Danny Wade Ian Kemp Corey Paxton Dave Corley, Jr Michael Mesi John Pitts, Jr. TEAM Total Opponents

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GP 11 11 11 11 11 9 10 11 10 11 11 11 11 10 8 8 9 5 6 6 5 7 7 11 7 6 11 5 11 9 9 10 11 11 6 6 11 11

|---------------Tackles--------------| Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds 54 50 104 7.0-25 52 45 97 4.0-23 39 41 80 3.0-13 43 32 75 . 23 38 61 . 37 24 61 1.0-1 28 33 61 5.0-11 24 32 56 5.0-10 25 27 52 2.0-8 21 29 50 4.0-10 34 13 47 3.0-11 28 8 36 2.0-9 12 13 25 2.0-5 8 17 25 1.0-9 10 9 19 1.0-3 11 7 18 1.0-6 8 9 17 3.0-2 11 4 15 3.0-4 8 6 14 . 8 6 14 . 7 7 14 . 6 8 14 1.0-2 8 5 13 . 7 5 12 . 4 6 10 . 5 2 7 . 3 3 6 . 1 3 4 . 2 . 2 . 2 . 2 . 1 1 2 . 2 2 . . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . . . . . 535 485 1020 48-152 392 445 837 77-380

Long 41 32 23 19 9 3 41 57

Senior linebacker Andrew Solomon, shown above tripping up VMI’s Donnie Johnston in last year’s Tribe win, led the Tribe with 104 tackles in 11 games last season.

|-Sacks-| No-Yds 4-19 1-10 2-10 . . . 2-1 2-2 1-5 1-3 . . . 1-9 . 1-6 . 1-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-66 40-289

|----Pass Def----| Int-Yds BrUp . 7 2-9 3 . 3 . 6 . 3 2-19 5 . 2 . 1 . 3 . 5 3-34 8 5-96 15 . 1 . . . . . . 2-27 1 . 3 . . 1-3 3 . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-188 70 9-173 30

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QBH 14 10 6 . 6 1 4 7 3 10 1 . 6 4 . 1 2 1 2 . . . . . 1 . . 2 . . . . . . . . 81 .

|--Fumbles--| Rcv-Yds FF 3-0 1 . . . . . . . . . . 2-0 1 1-0 . 1-0 . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . 2-0 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . 11-0 5 9-0 13

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

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W&M Football Timeline Southern team and appears on several All-America teams. The Indians receive a bid to the Dixie Bowl in Birmingham, January 1, 1948, but lose to Arkansas, 21-19.

sistant. “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 AllAmerica player.

The 1893 squad, William and Mary’s first team 1891

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1896

Students begin asking for a football team, editorial appears in a literary magazine in favor of its adoption. Intramural football grows into a faculty-approved team and first game is played against Norfolk YMCA in Norfolk. The first home game was against Capitol City Athletic Club.

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.

1951

Marvin Bass directs the Tribe to a 73 mark in his only year as a head coach of the Tribe.

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.

1943

Varsity football discontinued for second time because of war.

First intercollegiate game played, a 28-0 loss to Hampden-Sydney College.

1944

Voyles leaves William and Mary for Auburn, McCray becomes head coach and athletics director.

1964

No football played because of lack of student interest.

Marv Levy takes over a program which hasn’t posted a winning record in 10 years.

1946

Pre-war stars return from service, and William and Mary finishes second in the conference.

1967

En route to their third consecutive winning season, the Indians score three TDs 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.

First athletic rules adopted, including college regulations for football.

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.

1918

World War I interrupts athletics program, and only one game is played. Until this point, only state teams and teams from the immediate area appeared on the schedule.

1926

The team loses only to northern foes to post a 7-3 overall record. William and Mary wins the Southern title and beats Chatanooga in its first bowl bid.

1935

Cary Field Stadium is completed to seat 10,000, with a quarter-mile track and practice field included.

1939

Carl Voyles, Wallace Wade’s assistant at Duke, is appointed head coach and athletics director, and R.N. “Rube” McCray is made his as-

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1947

William and Mary wins second Southern Conference championship. McCray is named Coach of the Year in the league, and fullback Jack Cloud is named captain of the All-

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.

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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.

1986

The Tribe gains a bid to the NCAA playoffs after posting a 9-2 record. W&M loses to Delaware, 51-17.

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

The Tribe finishes with a schoolrecord 10 victories and advances to the quarterfinals of the NCAA playoffs. William and Mary defeats Richmond in the 100th meeting between the two teams.

1992

William and Mary finishes with a 92 regular season 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 firstever 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 regular season record and finishes as runner-up 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 AllAmerica teams, including the GTE/ CoSIDA Academic All-America 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 390 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.

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 AllAmerica 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.

1997

W&M reaches an all-time high national ranking of No. 2 in the coaches poll in the season’s third week and finishes year with 7-4 overall record. Team has 10 players named to AllAtlantic 10 honors, marking the third-straight season with doubledigit 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.

1999

Coach Laycock and his staff guide the squad to its eighth consecutive winning season with a 6-5 mark. Placekicker 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.

2001

W&M rebounds from the previous year’s 5-6 record to post 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 studentathletes earn all-conference honors and Musinski and OT Dwight Beard earn All-American honors.

2002

Tribe senior quarterback Dave Corley, Jr. breaks the school’s alltime 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, wideout Rich Musinski, becomes the Tribe’s all-time leader in receiving yards in the season finale against Richmond.

Jimmy Cerminaro deflects a pass in the Tribe’s 1996, 10-7, win over Delaware which helped clinch the league title for the College.

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W&M in the Pros

Mike Leach, TE/longsnapper, Denver W&M Class of 2000

Steve Christie, placekicker, San Diego W&M Class of 1990 Darren Sharper, All-Pro safety, Green Bay W&M Class of 1997 Name Bill Bowman

Pro Team Detroit Lions Pittsburgh Steelers Tom Brown Pittsburgh Steelers Russ Brown Honolulu Hawaiians New York Giants Washington Redskins Dennis Cambal New York Jets John Cannon Tampa Bay Buccaneers Winston Charles Dayton Triangles Steve Christie Tampa Bay Buccaneers Buffalo Bills San Diego Chargers Michael Clemons Kansas City Chiefs Tampa Bay Buccaneers Toronto Argonauts Flyin’ Jack Cloud Green Bay Packers Washington Redskins Mike Cook Cleveland Browns Dave Corley, Jr. Hamilton Tiger-Cats John Clowes Detroit Lions Louis Creekmur Detroit Lions Dan Darragh Buffalo Bills Otis Douglas Philadelphia Eagles Nick Forkovitch Brooklyn Dodgers Robert Green Washington Redskins Chicago Bears Minnesota Vikings Chris Hakel Washington Redskins Atlanta Falcons Isham Hardy Akron Indians Archie Harris Denver Broncos Chris Garrity Washington Federals Ron Harrison Jacksonville Jaguars Dan Henning San Diego Chargers George Hughes Pittsburgh Steelers Harvey Johnson New York Yankees Mark Kelso Buffalo Bills David Knight New York Jets Shawn Knight Toronto Argonauts John Kreamcheck Chicago Bears Lenny Lambiotte Philadelphia Eagles Mike Leach Tennessee Titans Chicago Bears Denver Broncos

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Name Buddy Lex Corey Ludwig Bob Lusk Art Matsu Ed Mioduszewski Melvin Martin Tom Mikula Joe Montgomery Scot Osborne

Pro Team Years Hamilton Tiger Cats 1954 Calgary Stampede 1995 Detroit Lions 1956 Dayton Triangles 1928 Baltimore Colts 1953 Saskatchewan 1979 Brooklyn Dodgers 1948 Charlotte Hornets 1975 Seattle Seahawks 2000-01 Buffalo Bills 2001 New Orleans Saints 2003 - Present Vito Ragazzo Hamilton Tiger Cats 1953-54 Garrard Ramsey Chicago Cards 1947-49 Knox Ramsey L.A. Dons 1948-51 Chicago Cardinals 1950-51 Philadelphia Eagles 1952 Washington Redskins 1952-53 Chris Rosier Cincinnati Bengals 2000 Tom Rozantz Saskatchewan Roughriders 1979 Hamilton Tiger Cats 1980 Toronto Argonauts 1981-82 Chicago Blitz 1983 Pittsburgh Maulers 1984 Birmingham Stallions 1985 Jim Ryan Denver Broncos 1979-88 John Sapinsky Oakland Raiders 1964 Jerry Sazio Hamilton Tiger Cats 1955 Ralph Sazio Brooklyn Dodgers 1948 Hamilton Tiger Cats 1950-53 Darren Sharper Green Bay Packers 1997 - Present Steve Shull Miami Dolphins 1980-83 Bob Soleau Pittsburgh Steelers 1964 Brett Sterba Green Bay Packers 2000 Charlie Sumner Chicago Bears 1955-59 Minnesota Vikings 1961-62 Tommy Thompson Cleveland Browns 1949-53 Jude Waddy Green Bay Packers 1998 Denver Broncos 2002 San Diego Chargers 2003 - Present Tex Warrington Brooklyn Dodgers 1946-47 Ed Weber LA Rams 1952 Al Vandeweghe Buffalo Bisons 1946 Stan Yagiello Pittsburgh Gladiators 1987 New York Knights 1988

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AP-Second) Tom Walters, OG (Sports Network-Second; AP-Second; Don Hansen’s FB Gazette-Third) Shawn Knight, QB (Sports Network-Hon. Mention) Darren Sharper, FS (Sports Network-Hon. Mention) Greg Applewhite, LB (Sports NetworkHonorable Mention) Darren Sharper, FS (Sports Network - First; Football Almanac - First) Josh Beyer, OG (Sports Network - Third) Darren Sharper, FS (Sports Network; Football Gazette, American Football Coaches Assoc., AP, Walter Camp – First) Josh Beyer, OG (Sports Network, Football Gazette,American Football Coaches Assoc., AP, Walter Camp - First) Brian Shallcross, PK (Sports Network – Third) Luke Cullinane, DL (AP – Third) Mike Cook, QB (AP, ESPN, Sports Network – Second) Mike Leach, TE (AP, Sports Network – Second) Raheem Walker, DL (Sports Network – Third) Brett Sterba, K, (American Football Coaches Association, Sports Network, Burger King - First) Mike Leach, TE (Walter Camp - First) Todd Greineder, LB (Football Gazette Honorable Mention) Matt Mazefsky, OT (Football Gazette - Second) Chris Rosier, WR (Football Gazette - Hon. Mention) Raheem Walker, DT (Sports Network - First, Football Gazette - Second) Rich Musinski, WR (Football Gazette - Third, Football Gazette - Hon. Mention Kick Returns) Dwight Beard, OT (Football Gazette - Hon. Mention) Dwight Beard, OL (AFCA- First; AP- First)

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Offensive guard Garrard “Buster” Ramsey was W&M’s first Associated Press All-American, as he was named to the AP’s first team offense in 1942.

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All-time Honors and Awards All-Atlantic 10 2002 Dwight Beard, OL- 1st Rich Musinski, WR- 1st Billy Parker, DB - 1st Dave Corley, Jr., QB- 2nd Greg Kuehn, K- 2nd Corey Paxton, HB- 2nd Mohammed Youssofi, LB- 2nd Marques Bobo, DB- 3rd Paul Carpenter, LB, 3rd Ray Loffredo, OL- 3rd Jon Smith, RB- 3rd Marques Washington, DT- 3rd 2001 Dwight Beard, OT - 1st Rich Musinski, WR - 1st Dave Corley, QB - 2nd Marty Magerko, DB - 2nd Rich Musinski- RS - 2nd Mike Nagelin, PK - 2nd Chris Stahl, DE - 2nd Scott Tompkins, C - 2nd Marques Bobo, DB - 3rd Brandon Johnson, TE - 3rd Chad Richards, DT - 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 Dave Corley, QB - 3rd Mohammed Youssofi, LB - 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 Justin Solomon, DE - 2nd Chris Stahl, DE - 3rd Matt Mazefsky, OT - 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, OL – 3rd Brett Sterba, K – 3rd 1997 Ron Harrison, CB – 1st Dan Rossentini, OG - 1st Jude Waddy, LB – 1st Brian Shallcross, PK–1st Luke Cullinane, DE – 1st Alvin Porch, TB - 2nd

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Greg Whirley, OT - 2nd Pete Coyne, DT – 2nd Sean McDermott, SS - 3rd Kendrick Ashton, CB – 3rd All-Yankee Conference 1996 Darren Sharper, FS -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 Rossettini, OG - 2nd Peter Coyne, DT – 3rd 1995 Derek Fitzgerald, TB -1st Jason Miller, LB - 1st Josh Beyer, OG - 1st Darren Sharper, FS - 1st Jim Simpkins, DT - 2nd Charlie White, C - 2nd Stefon Moody, LB - 2nd Troy Keen, TB - 3rd Pete Coyne, DT - 3rd Mark McCain, KR - 3rd Brian Shallcross, K - 3rd Jude Waddy, LB - 3rd Terry Hammons, WR - 3rd 1994 Darren Sharper, FS - 1st Shawn Knight, QB- 2nd Greg Applewhite, LB - 2nd Mike Tomlin, WR - 2nd Troy Keen, TB - 2nd Josh Beyer, G - 2nd Jude Waddy, LB - 3rd

Yankee Conf./A10 Rookie of the Year 1996 David Conklin, WR 1999 David Corley, QB 2000 Rich Musinski, WR All-ECAC 1973 Joe Montgomery, C 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, TB Archie Harris, OT Bob Solderitch, C 1986 Michael Clemons, TB 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) 1993 Craig Staub, DT Wally Vale, OT Shawn Knight, QB Eric Lambert, LB Marc Richards, CB 1994 Darren Sharper, FS Shawn Knight, QB Greg Applewhite, LB

1993 Craig Staub, DT - 1st Wally Vale, OT - 1st Tom Walters, OG - 1st Chris Dawson, P - 1st Greg Applewhite, LB-2nd Derek Fitzgerald, TB - 2nd Shawn Knight, QB - 2nd Corey Ludwig, WR - 2nd Tony Tomich, C - 3rd Mike Bertoni, DE - 3rd Eric Lambert, LB - 3rd Yankee Conference Defensive Player of the Year 1993 Craig Staub, DT 1995 Jason Miller, LB 1996 Darren Sharper, FS

Defensive tackle Craig Staub was Yankee Conference Defensive Player of the Year in 1993

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All-time Honors and Awards 1995 Josh Beyer, OG Jason Miller, MLB Darren Sharper, FS Jim Simpkins, DT 1996 Darren Sharper, FS 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, OL Luke Cullinane, DL Sean McDermott, SS 1998 Mike Cook, QB Greg Whirley, OL Raheem Walker, DL 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 All-Southern Conference 1941 Garrard Ramsey, G Harvey Johnson, B 1942 Garrard Ramsey, G Marvin Bass, T Glenn Knox, E Harvey Johnson, B 1944 John Clowes, G 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 1948 Tommy Thompson, C Jack Cloud, B Harry Caughron, T Lou Hoitsma, E Jack McDowell, G Lou Creekmur, T Jack Cloud (at left), one of the greatest players in Tribe history, earned AllAmerica honors in three straight years (1946-48), and was featured on the cover of Street and Smith’s Football 1948 football yearbook (above).

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 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 1969 Bob Herb, C Tom Duffey, S

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1970 Phil Mosser, FB Paul Scolaro, S Wally Ake, LB Jackson Neal, G Bob Herb, C 1971 Phil Mosser, FB Paul Scolaro, S David Knight, E Jackson Neall, G 1972 Joe Montgomery, C Terry Regan, K Ron Chappell, DE Stan Victor, OG Paul Scolaro, S David Knight, E 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

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All-time Honors and Awards 1982 Steve Zeuli, DT

1945 Doc Holloway, G

Virginia Sports Hall of Fame 1974 Gerrard S. Ramsey

1946 Mel Wright, T

1975 Tommy Thompson 1978 Eric Tipton Dr. John B. Todd 1979 Otis W. Douglas 1981 Marvin Bass Walter Zable, Class of 1937, has long been one of the biggest supporters of William and Mary football. Zable was a starting end for the Tribe from 1934-36, playing at a high enough level to be named to Sports Illustrated’s Silver Anniversary AllAmerica team. Then, in 1987, the NCAA honored Zable with the Theodore Roosevelt Award, its highest honor. Zable then ensured that his legacy would remain with the College of William and Mary when, in 1990, he and his wife Betty (Class of 1940) made a committment of $10 million towards athletics, student aid and other needs. In recognition of the gesture from the Zables, the College’s Board of Visitors approved the naming of the stadium as Walter J. Zable Stadium at Cary Field. Southern Conference Player of the Year 1956 Walt Brodie, E 1962 Bob Soleau, G 1965 George Pearce, E 1970 Phil Mosser, FB Southern Conference Athlete of the Year 1966 Chuck Albertson

1984 Jack Cloud Meb Davis

1974 Dick Pawlewicz, TE 1978 Tom Rozantz, QB 1986 Archie Harris, T 1991 Chris Hakel, QB 1999 Scot Osborne, TE College-NFL All-Star Game 1943 Garrard Ramsey, G Harvey Johnson, HB

1989 Lou Creekmur

1946 Garrard Ramsey, G

1990 Suey Eason

1948 Knox Ramsey, G

Jacobs Blocking Trophy 1950 Lou Creekmur, T

1993 Vito Ragazzo Paul Webb

1949 Tommy Thompson, C

1962 Bob Soleau, G

1994 Lou Creekmur

1937 Walter Zable, E 1940 Col. Seymour Schwiller, G

1963 Bob Soleau, G 1970 Bob Herb, C 1971 Jackson Neall, G

SI Silver Anniversary AllAmerica Team 1931 John W. Tuthill, E

All-South - 1st Team 1980 Doug Martini, OG

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1983 H. Lester Hooker, Jr. George S. Hughes

1952 Ed Mioduszewski, B

1986 Buddy Lex William “Pappy” Gooch

1971 Phil Mosser

1936 Dan Edmondson, HB

1982 Glenn Knox

1949 George Hughes, G Jack Cloud, FB Buddy Lex, B Lou Creekmur, T

1981 Steve Dowdy, LB Doug Martini, OG Jerome Watters, DB

“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 Blue-Gray All-Star Football Classic 1942 Harvey Johnson, B Garrard Ramsey, G

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1950 Lou Creekmur, T 1950 George Hughes, G Shrine Game North-South 1951 Ed Weber, HB Vito Ragazzo, E 1953 Bill Bowman, FB 1964 Bob Soleau, G 1965 George Pearce, E 1972 David Knight, FL


All-time Honors and Awards 1973 Joe Montgomery, C

1988 Chris Gessner, CB - 1st

1991 Chris Hakel, QB

1990 Jeff Nielsen, LB - 1st Greg Kalinyak, C - 2nd

1957 Denys Grant, G Bill Rush, C 1959 Ben Johnson, E Laurent Kardatzke, FB

All-American Bowl 1974 Rick Pawlewicz

1991 Jeff Nielsen , LB - 2nd

1990 Reggie White, OG

1992 Craig Staub, DT- 2nd

1960 Bob Stoy, QB Loye Bechtold, T Joe Poist, E

Senior Bowl 1950 Jack Cloud, FB Lou Creekmur, T

1993 Craig Staub, DT- 1st

1962 Dennis O’Toole, E

A10 Academic Team 1997 Brian Shallcross, PK Pete Coyne. DT Sean McDermott, SS Sean Reid, OT Justin Solomon, DE

1963 Bill Corley, E

1951 Vito Ragazzo, E 1953 Ed Mioduszewski, B 1964 T.W. Alley, T 1990 Steve Christie, PK Rotary Gridiron Classic 2002 Dwight Beard Academic Awards Academic All-America 1974 John Gerdelman, FB -1st 1975 Ken Smith, DB - 1st 1976 Ken Smith, DB - 1st team 1977 Ken Smith, DB- 1st team 1978 Rob Muscalus, TE - 1st 1979 Clarence Gains, TB -2nd 1981 Steve Dowdy, LB - 2nd 1983 Mark Kelso, FS - 1st 1984 Mark Kelso, FS - 1st team 1986 Ken Lambiotte, QB - 2nd

1998 Mike Leach, P/TE Matt Mazefsky, OL Sean Reid, OT Greg Whirley, OL Mike Beverly, DB Justin Solomon, DE 1999 Mike Leach, P/TE Matt Mazefsky, OT Justin Solomon, DE

Postgraduate Scholarship Winners 1978 Kenneth Smith (NCAA)

1990 Reggie White (NFF) 1993 Craig Staub (NFF) NFF = National Football Foundation Disney Spirit Award 2000 Hameen Ali III The Disney Spirit Award is presented live on ESPN as part of the network’s College Football Show and is given annually to the college football player who has overcome obstacles to achieve success

1980 Clarence E. Gaines (NCAA) 1985 Mark Kelso (NCAA) 1986 Ken Lambiotte (NFF) 1988 Chris Gessner (NFF)

2000 Martin Magerko, DB Matt Mazefsky, OT Corey Paxton, HB Daron Pope, QB/P Matt Sanger, HB 2001 Eric Bengaard, DT Bryce Lee, WR Martin Magerko, DB Marc Matthie, LB Mike Nagelin, PK Corey Paxton, HB 2002 Corey Paxton, HB Lang Campbell, QB Corey Patterson, DB All-Southern Scholastic Team 1955 Denys Grant, G

Bob Soleau (above) and Mark Kelso (left) are two of the most celebrated players in W&M’s history. Soleau was an All-American guard in 1962 and 1963, while Kelso was an AllAmerican safety in 1984 before going on to a successful pro career with the Buffalo Bills under former Tribe coach Marv Levy.

1956 Denys Grant, G Charlie Sidwell, HB

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The Record Book Individual Records Scoring Most Points Game: 36, Bill Palese vs. Bridgewater. 1931 Season: 114, Robert Green, 1990 Career: 279, Steve Christie (PK), 1985-89 270, Jack Cloud (RB), 1946-49 Most Touchdowns Game: 6, Bill Palese vs. Bridgewater, 1931 Season: 19, Robert Green, 1991 Career: 45, Jack Cloud, 1946-49 Most PATs Game: 8, Terry Regan vs. Davidson, 1972 Greg Kuehn vs. VMI, 2002 Season: 56, Chris Dawson, 1993 Career: 128, Brian Shallcross, 1994-97 Consecutive PATs: 42, Terry Regan, 1972-73 Most Field Goals Game: 4, Chris Dawson vs. Lehigh, 1992 Brian Shallcross vs. Villanova, 1995 Brett Sterba vs. Northeastern, 2000 Season: 21, Steve Christie, 1989 Career: 57, Steve Christie, 1986-89 Total Offense Most Yards Game: 454, Dave Corley vs. Northeastern, 2000 Season: 3,466, Chris Hakel, 1990 Career: 10,948, Dave Corley, 1999 - 2002 Rushing Rushing Attempts Game: 37, Wes Meeteer vs. Davidson, 1969 Troy Keen, vs. Northeastern, 1994 Derek Fitzgerald vs. Penn, 1995 Season: 272, Alvin Porch, 1996 Career: 720, Derek Fitzgerald, 1995-98

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: 26, Mike Cook, 1998 Mike Cook, 1996 Career: 73, Dave Corley, 1999-2002 Receiving Receptions Game: 13, Glen Bodnar vs. Colgate, 1984 Season: 73, Michael Clemons, 1986 Career: 190, Dave Conklin, 1996-99 Receiving Yards Game: 240, Dave Conklin vs. VMI, 1997 Season: 1,393, Rich Musinski, 2001 Career: 3,280, Rich Musinski, 2000Yards per Catch (500-yd. min.) Season: 25.5, Mike Tomlin, 1992 Career: 20.4, Rich Musinski 2000 TD Receptions Game: 4, Vito Ragazzo vs. WFU, 1949 Corey Ludwig vs. Maine, 1993 Season: 15, Vito Ragazzo, 1947 Career: 27, Dave Conklin, 1996-99

Interceptions Game: 4, Jack Bruce vs. Richmond, 1947 Season: 10, Jack Bruce, 1947 Darren Sharper, 1996 Career: 24, Darren Sharper, 1993-96

Passing Attempts Game: 52, Mike Cook vs. UNH, 1998 Season: 428, Stan Yagiello, 1984 Career: 1,246, Stan Yagiello, 1981-85

Individual Long Plays Rush from Scrimmage 95 yds John Truehart vs. E&H, 1934

Passing Yards Game: 426, Dave Corley vs. Northeastern, 2000 Season: 3,414, Chris Hakel, 1990 Career: 9,805, Dave Corley, 1999-2002

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Run with Fumble 91 yds Meb Davis vs. Columbia, 1926 Run with Interception 93 yds Marvin Graham vs. Va Tech, 1946 Field Goal 53 yds Steve Christie vs. ETSU, 1987 Steve Christie vs. Virginia, 1988 Brett Sterba vs. Delaware, 2000 Team Records Most Points Scored Game: 95, vs. Bridgewater, 1931 Season: 467 in 1990 Most Points Allowed Game: 93, by Delaware, 1915 Season: 333 in 1982 Most Yards Gained Game: 681 vs. Richmond, 1991 Season: 6,438 in 1990 Most Plays Game: 100 vs. Virginia Tech, 1971 Season: 1,004 in 1990 Rushing Yards Game: 453 vs. Ohio Wesleyan, 1970 Season: 3,024 in 1990

Sacks Game: 3.5, Luke Cullinane vs. VU, 1996 Season: 12, Luke Cullinane, 1996 Career: 24, Luke Cullinane, 1994-97

Rushing Yards Game: 257, Phil Mosser vs. Ohio Wesleyan, 1970 Season: 1,408, Robert Green, 1990 Career: 3,744, Derek Fitzgerald, 1995-98

Completions Game: 35, Dave Murphy vs. Rutgers, 1983 Season: 261, Stan Yagiello, 1984 Career: 737, Stan Yagiello, 1981-85

Kickoff Return 100 yds Dick Pawlewicz vs. UVa, 1974

Pass Completion 87 yds 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

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Quarterback Shawn Knight holds the NCAA Division I-AA record for career passing efficiency rating with a mark of 170.77.


The Record Book Pass Attempts Game: 55 vs. Virginia Tech, 1982 Season: 458 in 1985 Pass Completions Game: 35 vs. Rutgers, 1983 Season: 270 in 1986 Passing Yards Game: 498 vs. VMI, 1997 Season: 3,414 in 1990 First Downs Game: 36 vs. VMI, 1991; vs. VMI, 1993 Season: 324 in 1990 Most Interceptions Game: 6 vs. Wake Forest, 1947 Season: 25 in 1972 CONSECUTIVE... Victories: 9, 1985-86 Losses: 9, 1956-57 Shutouts: 5, 1923; 1930-31; 1941 Shutouts in one season: 7, 1928 SoCon wins: 7, 1970-71 YanCon wins: 9, 1993-94 Atlantic 10 wins: 5, 2001 Games scored: 132, 1981-93 Games without a victory: 12, 1955-57 Single Season Records PASSING YARDS 1. 3414, Chris Hakel, 1990 2. 3166, Mike Cook, 1996 3. 3028, Mike Cook, 1998 4. 2974, Chris Hakel, 1991 5. 2962, Stan Yagiello, 1985 6. 2808, Dave Corley, Jr., 2001 7. 2801, Stan Yagiello, 1984 8. 2674, Dave Corley, Jr., 2002 9. 2609, Ken Lambiotte, 1986 10. 2565, Dave Corley, Jr., 2000 PASSES ATTEMPTED 1. 428, Stan Yagiello, 1984 2. 414, Chris Hakel, 1990 3. 413, Stan Yagiello, 1985 4. 385, Ken Lambiotte, 1986 5. 370, Mike Cook, 1998 6. 362, Mike Cook, 1996 7. 357, Chris Hakel, 1991 8. 327, Dave Corley, 2002 9. 315, Chris Garrity, 1981 315, Chris Garrity, 1980

PASSES COMPLETED 1. 261, Stan Yagiello, 1984 2. 246, Mike Cook, 1998 3. 245, Chris Hakel, 1990 4. 240, Stan Yagiello, 1985 5. 233, Ken Lambiotte, 1986 6. 232, Chris Hakel, 1991 7. 210, Mike Cook, 1996 8. 200, Dave Corley, 2002 9. 199, Dave Murphy, 1983 10. 186, Chris Garrity, 1981 RECEIVING YARDS 1. 1393, Rich Musinski, 2001 2. 1180, Mark Compher, 1990 3. 1140, Rich Musinski, 2002 4. 1110, Ron Gillam, 1985 5. 1096, Josh Whipple, 1996 6. 950, Corey Ludwig, 1993 7. 930, Mike Sutton, 1983 8. 925, David Conklin, 1998 9. 911, Kurt Wrigley, 1982 10. 871, Harry Mehre, 1986 RECEPTIONS 1. 73, Michael Clemons, 1986 2. 70, Michael Clemons, 1985 3. 69, Ron Gillam, 1985 69, Glen Bodnar, 1984 5. 67, Chuck Albertson, 1966 6. 66, Mike Sutton, 1983 7. 65, Josh Whipple, 1996 8. 64, Mark Compher, 1990 9. 61, George Pearce, 1965 61, David Conklin, 1998 RUSHING YARDS 1. 1408, Robert Green, 1990 2. 1316, Alvin Porch, 1997 3. 1286, Phil Mosser, 1970 4. 1223, Derek Fitzgerlad, 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 TOTAL OFFENSE 1. 3466, Chris Hakel, 1990 2. 3159, Mike Cook, 1996 3. 3143, Dave Corley, Jr., 2001 4. 3057, Mike Cook, 1998 5. 3013, Stan Yagiello, 1985 6. 2950, Chris Hakel, 1991 7. 2939, Dave Corley, Jr., 2000 8. 2774, Dave Corley, Jr., 2002 9. 2730, Stan Yagiello, 1984 10. 2586, Ken Lambiotte, 1986

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SCORING 1. 114, Robert Green, 1990 2. 102, Jack Cloud, 1947 3. 99, Red Maxey, 1930 4. 96, Michael Clemons, 1986 5. 90, Steve Christie, 1989 90, Vito Ragazzo, 1949 7. 89, Dan Mueller, 1990 8. 86, Brett Sterba, 1999 9. 84, Brian Shallcross, 1996 84, Troy Keen, 1994 84, Troy Keen, 1993 TD PASSES 1. 26, Mike Cook, 1998 26, Mike Cook, 1996 3. 23, Kenny Lambiotte, 1986 23, Stan Yagiello, 1985 5. 22, Shawn Knight, 1993 22, Chris Hakel, 1990 7. 21, Dave Corley, Jr., 2002 21, Dave Corley, Jr., 2001 9. 18, Dave Corley, Jr., 1999 18, Chris Hakel, 1991 18, Buddy Lex, 1949

COMP. PERCENTAGE 1. .694, Shawn Knight, 1993 2. .665, Mike Cook, 1998 3. .650, Chris Hakel, 1991 4. .644, Shawn Knight, 1994 5. .636, Shawn Knight, 1993 .636, Dave Murphy, 1983 7. .614, Mike Cook, 1997 8. .610, Stan Yagiello, 1984 9. .608, Dave Corley Jr., 2002 10. .605, Kenny Lambiotte, 1986 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 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

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The Record Book 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

Career Records 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. 2534, Tyrone Shelton, 1987-90 6. 2404, Jim Kruis, 1975-77 7. 2401, Bill Deery, 1972-74 8. 2216, Hameen Ali, III, 1997-2000 9. 2171, Phil Mosser, 1970-71 10. 2135, Michael Clemons, 1983-86 Hard-running tailback Troy Keen rushed for 2,949 yards from 1992-95, the third-best carer total in W&M history.

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. 13.5, Buddy Lex, 1947 6. 13.2, Komlan Lonergan, 1998 7. 13.0, Charlie Sidwell, 1955 8. 12.2, Palmer Scarritt, 1992 9. 11.8, Jack Bruce, 1947 10. 11.5, Mike Weaver, 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 KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE 1. 28.4, Dick Pawlewicz, 1974 2. 25.5, Michael Clemons, 1985 3. 24.6, James Blocker-Bodley, 1990 4. 24.3, Dick Pawlewicz, 1973 5. 24.2, Keith Best, 1979 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

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PASSING YARDS 1. 9805, Dave Corley, Jr., 1999-2002 2. 8249, Stan Yagiello, 1981-85 3. 7295, Mike Cook, 1995-98 4. 7025, Chris Hakel, 1988-91 5. 5705, Shawn Knight, 1991-94 6. 4536, Chris Garrity, 1979-81 7. 4019, Tom Rozantz, 1975-78 8. 3361, Dan Darragh, 1965-67 9. 3087, Dave Murphy, 1980-83 10. 2970, John Brosnahan, 1987-88 TOTAL OFFENSE 1. 10948, Dave Corley, Jr., 1999-02 2. 8168, Stan Yagiello, 1981-85 3. 7245, Mike Cook, 1995-98 4. 7058, Chris Hakel, 1988-91 5. 6408, Shawn Knight, 1991-94 6. 5385, Tom Rozantz, 1975-78 7. 4589, Bill Deery, 1972-74 8. 4320, Chris Garrity, 1979-81 9. 3749, Derek Fitzgerald, 1992-95 10. 3707, Dan Darragh, 1965-67 PASS ATTEMPTS 1. 1246, Stan Yagiello, 1981-85 2. 1168, Dave Corley, Jr., 1999-02 3. 913, Chris Garrity, 1979-81 4. 872, Mike Cook, 1995-98 5. 869, Chris Hakel, 1988-91 6. 696, Tom Rozantz, 1975-78 7. 580, Shawn Knight, 1991-94 8. 535, Dan Darragh, 1965-67 9. 481, Dave Murphy, 1980-83 10. 440, Craig Argo, 1987-89

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PASS COMPLETIONS 1. 737, Stan Yagiello, 1981-85 2. 676, Dave Corley, Jr., 1999-2002 3. 540, Mike Cook, 1995-98 4. 523, Chris Hakel, 1988-91 5. 407, Chris Garrity, 1979-81 6. 380, Shawn Knight, 1991-94 7. 315, Tom Rozantz, 1975-78 8. 288, Dave Murphy, 1980-83 9. 268, Dan Darragh, 1965-67 10. 251, John Brosnahan, 1987-88 COMP. PERCENTAGE 1. 65.5, Shawn Knight, 1991-94 2. 61.9, Mike Cook, 1995-98 3. 60.5, Kenny Lambiotte, 1985-86 4. 60.3, John Brosnahan, 1987-88 5. 60.2, Chris Hakel, 1988-91 6. 59.9, Dave Murphy, 1980-83 7. 59.1, Stan Yagiello, 1981-85 8. 57.9, Dave Corley, Jr., 1999-2002 9. 56.0, Daron Pope, 1997-2000 10. 54.8, Craig Argo, 1987-88 TD PASSES 1. 73, Dave Corley, Jr., 1999-2002 2. 62, Mike Cook, 1995-98 3. 51, Stan Yagiello, 1982-85 4. 46, Shawn Knight, 1991-94 5. 43, Chris Hakel, 1988-91 6. 36, Buddy Lex, 1946-49 7. 30, Dan Darragh, 1965-67 8. 27, Chris Garrity, 1979-81 9. 25, John Brosnahan, 1985-88 10. 23, Kenny Lambiotte, 1985-86 RECEPTIONS 1. 190, Dave Conklin, 1996-99 2. 175, Jeff Sanders, 1981-84 3. 174, Chris Rosier, 1997-2000 4. 172, Michael Clemons, 1983-86 5. 161, Harry Mehre, 1985-88 161, Rich Musinski, 2000 - present 6. 145, Glenn Bodnar, 1982-84 7. 141, Kurt Wrigley, 1980-82 8. 140, Terry Hammons, 1991, 1993-95 140, Corey Ludwig, 1990-93 RECEIVING YARDS 1. 3280, Rich Musinski, 2000- present 2. 3269, Dave Conklin, 1996-99 3. 2884, Chris Rosier, 1997-2000 4. 2748, Harry Mehre, 1985-88 5. 2352, Jeff Sanders, 1981-84 6. 2349, Corey Ludwig, 1990-93 7. 2134, Terry Hammons, 1991, 1993-95 8. 2054, Mike Tomlin, 1991-94 9. 1995, David Knight, 1970-72 10. 1986, Kurt Wrigley, 1980-82


The Record Book 12, Jeff Sanders, Miami, 1982 5. 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, Villaova, 1966 Rushing Yards 1. 257, Phil Mosser, Ohio Wesleyan, 1970 2. 219, Derek Fitzgerald, Pennsylvania, 1995 3. 201, Alvin Porch, Connecticut, 1997 4. 198, Jon Smith, New Hampshire, 2002 5. 189, Derek Fitzgerald, Northeastern, 1995 189, Derek Fitzgerald, Villanova, 1993 7. 186, Alvin Porch, Boston Univ., 1997 8. 183, Alvin Porch vs. Delaware, 1996 9. 181, Robert Green, Navy, 1991 10. 180, Robert Green, Citadel, 1990

Phil Mosser holds W&M’s single game record with 257 rushing yards against Ohio Wesleyan in 1970. He also has the fifth-most career kick return yards in school history with 1,064. KICKOFF RETURN YARDS 1. 1772, Komlan Lonergan, 1998-2001 2. 1600, James Blocker-Bodley, 1990-93 3. 1292, Ron Harrison, 1994-97 4. 1069, Keith Best, 1978-80 5. 1064, Phil Mosser, 1970-71 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 Single Game Records Individual Passing Yards 1. 426, Dave Corley, Jr., 2000 vs. Northeastern 2. 414, Stan Yagiello, 1982 vs. Miami 3. 406, Stan Yagiello, 1985 vs. James Madison 4. 401, Dave Murphy, 1983 vs. Marshall 5. 399, Chris Garrity, 1981 vs. East Carolina

Team Passing Yards 1. 498 yds. vs. VMI, 1997 2. 426 yds. vs. Northeastern, 2000 3. 414 yds. vs. Miami (Ohio), 1982 4. 412 yds. vs. JMU, 1985 5. 403 yds. vs. East Carolina, 1981 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 Against the Run 1. -39 yds. vs. Colgate, 1988 -39 yds. vs. Villanova, 1996 3. –11 yds. vs. Quantico, 1967 4. -6 yds. vs. Villanova, 1993 Best Defense Against the Pass 1. 9 yds. vs. UMass, 1995 9 yds. vs. ECU, 1980 9 yds. vs. Appalachian St., 1976 2. 10 yds. vs. Furman, 1999 3. 11 yds. vs. VMI, 1993

COACHING RECORDS Coaching Victories 1. Jimmye Laycock - 154 2. Rube McCray - 45 3. Jim Root - 39 4. J.W. Tasker - 30 5. Carl Voyles - 29 Coaching Winning Pct. (Min. 15 games) 1. .782 - Carl Voyles 2. .671 - Rube McCray 3. .622 - J.W. Tasker 4. .594 - Jimmye Laycock 5. .537 - John Kellison All-time Coaches and Records 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 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 - 154-105-2

Over 19,000 fans packed Zable Stadium in 1949 to watch the Tribe battle North Carolina. W&M came up short, 20-14, before the largest crowd in Zable Stadium history.

Most Receptions 1. 13, Glenn Bodnar, Colgate, 1984 2. 12, Chuck Albertson, Virginia Tech, 1966 12, George Pearce, Navy, 1965

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vs. All Opponents 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 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 Louisville Loyola (Baltimore) Lynchburg Maine Marshall Maryland Maryland Ag. College Massachusetts McNeese State

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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 11 6 4 1 7 1 1 1 3 1 7 2 1 12 0 1 0 10 16 1 1 2 4 0 1 0 1 0 13 1 1 1 8 2 1 1 3 5 2 2 0 4 0

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 15 1 12 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 8 0 2 9 1 0 1 0 22 0 0 0 4 1 1 2 1 1 11 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 4 1

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 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 1 0 1 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 13 143 112 377 522 123 251 59 131 9 9 61 66 6 254 59 12 377 24 29 7 409 421 5 41 82 187 13 44 14 32 17 571 45 73 27 297 63 42 19 125 188 86 74 0 199 28

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 76 102 194 752 70 386 77 48 0 22 0 0 0 302 7 75 258 59 28 33 13 546 0 0 40 155 14 37 71 49 25 508 6 3 0 216 0 40 0 13 111 31 21 17 148 34

Teams Merchant Marines Miami (Florida) Miami (Ohio) Michigan State Mississippi State Navy New Hampshire Newport News Newport News App. *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 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 St. Tulane Union Theological University Col. of Med. Vanderbilt Villanova Virginia Virginia Medical Virginia Tech VMI Wake Forest Washington & Lee West Virginia Wofford Yale Totals

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W 1 0 0 0 0 6 6 1 3 1 0 1 1 1 4 2 0 0 0 0 8 8 0 2 1 1 1 1 3 0 4 0 1 2 2 22 7 57 1 0 11 4 0 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 12 5 2 18 45 9 4 0 2 1 479

L 0 2 2 2 1 35 2 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 11 1 1 9 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 4 1 5 1 1 1 19 1 50 0 1 3 6 1 0 1 1 0 7 4 1 1 0 2 1 2 4 7 26 2 39 33 10 6 15 0 1 476

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 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 41

W&M Points 25 17 31 27 7 277 243 5 142 35 13 3 3 21 59 55 0 167 0 0 234 257 35 53 33 21 20 14 33 61 116 23 36 103 65 580 230 1643 39 9 219 173 6 19 12 13 3 10 117 13 12 43 22 117 3 44 603 343 25 800 1621 289 130 188 49 60 17,251

Opp Points 7 49 68 75 49 985 162 0 15 19 13 54 0 0 5 28 16 334 44 14 287 144 38 85 29 56 0 4 34 139 118 136 6 108 27 431 122 1525 0 13 79 199 7 0 23 35 0 236 198 48 40 15 53 7 25 77 427 825 72 1142 1389 399 139 470 14 54 17,079


All-time Coaches and Captains 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

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

1938 1939

2-7-0 6-2-1

Branch Bocock Carl M. Voyles

1940 1941 1942 1944 1945 1946 1947

6-2-1 8-2-0 9-1-1 5-2-1 6-3-0 8-2-0 9-2-0

1948

7-2-2

1949

6-4-0

Carl M. Voyles Carl M. Voyles Carl M. Voyles Rube McCray Rube McCray Rube McCray Rube McCray (Dixie Bowl) Rube McCray (Delta Bowl) Rube McCray

1950

4-7-0

Rube McCray

1951

7-3-0

Marvin Bass

1952

4-5-0

Jack Freeman

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

Marv Levy

1967

5-4-1

Marv Levy

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

1968

3-7-0

Marv Levy

1969

3-7-0

Lou Holtz

1970

5-7-0

1971

5-6-0

Lou Holtz (Tangerine Bowl) Lou Holtz

1972

5-6-0

Jim Root

1973

6-5-0

Jim Root

1974

4-7-0

Jim Root

1975

2-9-0

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

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 H. McGowan Herb Krueger John Dillard Lloyd Phillips Charles Gondak Bill Goodlow Marvin Bass John Clowes Eugene Holloway Denver Mills Bob Steckroth Ralph Sazio Harry Caughron Lou Hoitsma George Hughes Jack Cloud Vito Ragazzo Joe Mark Dickie Lewis George Zupko 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

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

5-6-0

Jimmye Laycock

1992

9-2-0

Jimmye Laycock (Epson Ivy Bowl Win)

1993

9-3-0

Jimmye Laycock (NCAA Playoffs)

1994

8-3-0

Jimmye Laycock

1995

7-4-0

Jimmye Laycock

1996

10-3-0

Jimmye Laycock (NCAA Playoffs)

1997

7-4-0

Jimmye Laycock

1998

7-4-0

Jimmye Laycock

1999

6-5-0

Jimmye Laycock

2000

5-6-0

Jimmye Laycock

2001

8-4-0

Jimmye Laycock

2002

6-5-0

Jimmye Laycock

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Jim Barton Burt Waite Dave Holland Jim Cavanaugh Joe Pilch Bob Herb Phil Mosser Wally Ake Paul Scolaro Todd Bushnell Joe Montgomery Randy Rovesti Mike Stewart Dick Pawlewicz 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 Todd Durkin Eric Lambert Craig Staub Tom Walters Greg Applewhite Mike Tomlin Terry Hammons Jim Simpkins Josh Beyer Stefon Moody Mike McGowan Sean McDermott Pete Coyne Dan Rossettini Jude Waddy Sean Reid Mike Cook Greg Whirley Tim Engel Chris Morris Raheem Walker Ed Zaptin Todd Greineder Matt Mazefsky Chris Rosier Raheem Walker Nick Gilliland Marc Matthie Mohammed Youssofi Dwight Beard Dave Corley, Jr. Mohammed Youssofi

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Walk-on Hall of Fame “There has been a tradition of success for walk-on athletes in our program ... I think it exemplifies the importance we place on work ethic here ... If a player comes to the College and is willing to do the work in the classroom and on the field, he will get an equal opportunity to play.” - Tribe Head Coach Jimmye Laycock In athletics, players develop at different rates and react to competitive situations in different ways. For those reasons, the W&M football coaching staff understands the importance that 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 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 1995 Yankee Conference Defensive Player of the Year Jason Miller, record-setting wideout Josh Whipple 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 and McDermott in 1997 and, most recently, Marc Matthie in 2001. Former W&M defensive back Palmer Scarritt, who ranks second on the W&M all-time punt return yardage list, came to the program as a walk-on. Former defensive line walk-on Alan Garlic set W&M’s career sack record at 21. Lynchburg’s Charlie White came to W&M as an undersized center and went on to earn second-team all-conference honors in 1995. Receiver Mark Compher came to Williamsburg as a walk-on and established a then-W&M record for single-season receiving yards with 1,180 in 1990. One of Compher’s teammates, fullback Tyrone Shelton, went from walk-on to a career that saw him rush for 2,534 yards, the fifth-highest total in W&M history, and become an NFL draft selection. Last season, Andrew Solomon led the Tribe in tackles after joining the squad as a walk-on his freshman year. The following is a list of some of the most prominent W&M players who have come to the Tribe as walk-ons since 1980. Each of these student-athletes went on to earn starting positions and, more importantly, bachelor’s degrees from the College.

W&M ALL-WALK-ON TEAM DEFENSE Greg Glasser Kevin Looney Mike Drake Shawn Davis Marc Wilson Alan Garlic Jeff Nielsen Palmer Scarritt Dan Mueller Rob Tinsley Erin McGuire Andy Ruckman Eric Lambert Greg Applewhite Jason Miller Jim Simpkins 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

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Walk-ons by the Numbers:

2,534 – rushing yards in the career of fullback Tyrone Shelton (1987-90).

1,895 – career receiving yards by Josh Whipple, the 10th best total in school history.

1,180 – yards receiving in the 1990 season for Mark Compher, a W&M record.

415 – punt return yards by Palmer Scarritt in 1992, a school-record until current Green Bay Packer Darren Sharper broke it in 1996.

175 – receptions in the career of Jeff Sanders, a total that is second on the all-time list for the Tribe. 128 – Career PATs made by Brian Shallcross, the W&M school record. 25 – Career touchdown passes thrown by John Brosnahan. 21 – Career sacks by defensive end Alan Garlic, the second highest total in W&M history. 15 – Players who started their careers as walk-ons, and then went on to serve as team captains at W&M. 3 – All-Americans at W&M who began their careers with the Tribe as walk-ons (Greg Applewhite, Brian Shallcross and Brett Sterba). 1 – Former walk-on at W&M who went on to earn the Yankee Conference’s Defensive Player of the Year Honors in 1995 (Jason Miller).

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“Even though I came to campus as a walk-on, the coaches gave me the same opportunity as the other players to prove myself. With hard work and perseverance, I was able to earn a scholarship and get a first-rate education.” - Sean McDermott, ’97 Tri-Captain and currently a coach with the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles

W&M ALL-WALK-ON TEAM OFFENSE Jeff Sanders Mark Krautheim John Nettles Davis Pisano Rick Mueller Davis 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

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

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All-time Roster 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 ALKIRE, H. ALLAWAY, RICHARD ALLEN, J. ALLEN, DAVID ALLEN, DEWEY ALLEN, KINGSLEY ALLEY, T.W. ALI, HAMEEN, III ALLISON, HENRY ALLISON, MARVIN ALLUMS, JEFF 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 ARGO, CRAIG ARMOUR, DAN ARNOLD, ALLEN ASHMORE, KIP ASHTON, JR., KENDRICK ATHERTON, MARK AUSBAND, EVAN AYERS, THOMAS B BABER, JIM BACK, SCOTT BAHNER, ERIC BAIERL, BOB BAKER, JULIUS BAKER, MICHAEL BAKER, TOMMY BAKLARZ, KEITH BALDACCI, PAUL BALDERSON, LEROY BALKAN, HAROLD BANKS, ANDY BANNER, BILL BARBER, STANLEY BARBER, WAYNE

Mike Beverly (1995-99)

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 1925 1988-92 1945 1987-89 1978 1952 1961-63 1996-00 1908 1943 1985 1996 1994 1935 1982 1943 1975-77 1925 1993-94 1932 1968 1989 1980 1919 1990-91 1990-94 1990-94 1956-58 1986-89 1961-63 1908 1969 1994-97 1983 1997-00 1929-31 1949, 51 1973-75 1974-76 1989-90 1944 1996-00 1987-89 1975-78 1926, 28-30 1944 1930 1975, 77-78 1961-63 1905, 07-08 1958-60

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 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

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 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 20001982-84 1968 1993 1955-56 1989-92 1959-61

BOONE, LAWRENCE BOOTH, BOB BOOTH, G.W. BOSIACK, GREG BOTTALICO, JOE BOURNE, JEFF BOWEN, B.T. BOWERS, DON BOWLER, JR., MIKE BOWMAN, BILL BOYD, GREGG BOYER, SHAWN 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 BROOKS, JULIAN BROSNAHAN, JOHN BROSTROM, STEVE BROWN, ADIN BROWN, ARTHUR BROWN, CHARLES BROWN, CHARLES BROWN, DARYL BROWN, DENNIS 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 BURTON, MARVIN BUSHNELL, TODD BUTLER, TOM BYRD, CHARLES BYRNE, BILL BYRNE, MATT C CAFFERTY, BRUCE CAIN, C.H. CALABRESE, DAN CALDWELL, CAREY CALDWELL, WILLIAM CALLAS, GEORGE CALOS, GUS

2003 WILLIAM AND MARY FOOTBALL

1943 1973-75 1915 1969 1941 1994-95 1901-02 1974-75 1995-99 1951-53 1989 1990-93 1985 1993-96 1973 1954-56 1997-01 20021975-77 1985 1981-83 1934 1919 1932-34 1967-69 1901 1990-94 1916 1910 1929-30 1964 1952-56 1939-40 1972 1951 1919 1985-88 1989 1965-67 1963-64 1909 1993 1996-99 1966 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 1900 1970-72 1975-76 1972 1938 1991-95 1977-79 1922-25 1951-52 1990 1945 1975-76 1946-47

CALVERT, GEORGE CAMBAL, DENNIS CAMERON, HASANI CAMPBELL, CHRIS CAMPBELL, DAVE CAMPBELL, DWAYNE CAMPBELL, LANG CAMPBELL, ROSS CAMPBELL, TOM CANADA, DREW CANNON, JOHN CAPITANO, SAM 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 CLOUGH, MAX CLOWES, JOHN COBLENTZ, DAVE COFER, C.V. COFER, JOHN COHEN, WHITFIELD COINER, JOHN SCOTT COLBERT, BRET COLCLOUGH, PHIL COLE, W.P. COLEMAN, ROBERT

1983-84 1969-71 1998-00 1985 1968-70 1982 20001943 1944 1982 1979-81 1951 1951 1975-77 1939 1950-51 1954 1973-75 1926-27 19991987 1914 1964-66 1900 1976 1968-70 1955-56 1906-07 1977 1999-00 1943 1978-80 1973-75 1967 1994-97 20021951 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 1972-74 1944 1971 1922 1908 1907-08 1935, 37 1999-01 1954-56 1896 1946

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Mike Cook (1994-98) COLEY II, 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 COOK, CRAIG 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 COWLING, SONNY COX, CALVIN COX, LINWOOD COX, TOM COYNE, PETER CRAFT, STEVE CRAIG, FLOYD CRAIG, JEFF 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 CULLUM, PAUL CUMBO, DAVID CUNNINGHAM, CHRIS CUNNINGHAM, SCOTTY CUNNINGHAM, TOM CURRIE, JACOB CUSEO, FRANK CZERKAWSKI, JOE D DADE, R.B. DADE, ROBERT

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20021957 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 1975-77 1926-27 1994-98 1985-88 1919 1989 1951-53 1914-16 1919 1898, 1900 1954-55 1951 1900 1961-63 1998-2002 1977-81 1950-52 1959-61 1951-54 1987 1993-97 1965 1952 1962-64 1982-84 1939-40 1944, 47-49 1901 1970-71 1979 1981-83 1985 1942 1973 1987 1957-58 1951 1994-97 1974 1985-87 1997-99 1940-41 1946 20001937-38 1976-79 1901-1902 1905-06

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 DEXTER, THOMAS DEYOUNG, ERIC DICK, JIM DIETZ, E. DIGGS, RICHARD DILDINE, ROBERT DILLARD, JOHN DINARDO, JIM DINSMORE, PAUL DINUNZIO, CHAD DISHAROON, JAMES DIXON, JODY DIXON, MARK DODD, JOHN DODD, JOHN DODDS, MIKE DODSON, DANNY DOMESCIK, ERIC DOOLITTLE, JEFF DOSS, ROB DOUGHERTY, STEVE DOUGHTY, TODD DOUGLAS, OTIS DOUGLAS, ROBERT DOVELL, G.A. DOVER, TOM DOWDY, STEVE DOWNING, PATRICK DOZIER, DICK DRAGON, TED DRAKE, MIKE DREWER, ALAN DRISCOIL, DAN DRISKOEL, ALAN DRIVER, JAMES DUCKHART, JIM DUFF, JUNIOR DUFFEY, TOM DUFFNER, MARK DUKE, CHARLES DUKES, JOHN DUMAN, RON DUNBAR, EDDIE DUNFORD, J. DUNN DUNN, DAVID, JR. DURKIN, TODD DUSTIN, JOHN

1997 1995-96 1973-75 1968-69 1987-88 1927-29 1932-33 1965-67 20021937-38 1934-36 1919 1969-71 1997 1991 1946-49 20021985-88 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 1987-91 1995 1963-65 1921 1929 1990 1937-39 1978-80 1957-59 1995-99 1945 1989-91 1980-82 1972-74 1992-93 1971 1986-88 1989 1970 1915-16 1992-94 1992 1929-31 1938 1905-07 1974 1979-81 1999-01 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

E EARLY, K. EASON, S.B. EASTWOOD, RAYMOND ECHEVARRI, MIKE ECKERSON EDEL, JON EDIM, ETIM EDMONDSON, DAN EDMUNDS, DAVE EDWARDS, VINCENT EDWARDS, WALTER EGGE, MIKE ELIM, MARC ELLIOTT, ERICK ELLIOTT, FRANCES ELLOITT, J.E. ELLIOTT, WILLIAM ELLIS, EDWARD ELLIS, J. TYLER ELLIS, MUNFORD ELLIS, WILLIAM J. ELMASSION, PHIL ELZEY, BOB ENGEL, TIM ENGLEBERT, E.C. ENSLOW, KEITH ERDOSSY, ERIC ERNEY, DOUGLAS EVANOVICH, BOB EVANS, CHIP EVANS, MARK F FAHA, CHRIS FAGAN, SANDY FAIR, JOHN FAKADEJ, ALEX 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, RYAN FERGUSON, GEORGE FERGUSON, WILLIAM FERRALL, WILLIAM 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 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 FONES, LARRY FORAN, RYAN FORD, STEVE FORKOVITCH, NICK FORRESTER, KEVIN FORTNEY, ALAN FOSTER, JEFF FOSTER, GARY FOSTER, MALCOLM FOUSSEKIS FOWLER, C.E.

2003 WILLIAM AND MARY FOOTBALL

1915 1925-27 1907 1983-85 1943 1960 1994-98 1934-35 1956-58 1986-89 1987-90 1985 1985-87 1986-88 1922-25 1898 1927 1967-69 1906 1916 1926 1971-72 1952-54 1994-98 1929 1992 1959-61 1988-91 1957 1968 1985-86 20011967 1943 1954 1992 1968 1957-59 1998-00 1951 1974-75 1991-93 1957 1996-00 1916, 19 1963-65 1985-88 1904, 06 1912-13 1928-30 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 1995 1970 1977-80 1950-52 1921-22 1908-09 1925 1979 1936 1959-60 1900 1945-49 1974-75 1988-91 1949-54 1991-94 1988-92 1942, 45 1985-89 1985-88 1965-66 1993-97 1919 1943 1904

FOWLER, VANCE FOX, JIM FRANCO, TOM FRANKLYN, PREACHER FREANEY, GREG FREEMAN, EARL FREEMAN, JACKIE FRENCH FRENCH, BARRY FREUNDT, MATT FRISINA, STEVE FRIZZELL, EMMETT FRON, JOE FULLER, J.C. FULLER, MARTY FUSCO, RUDOLPH

1937 1969-71 1977-80 1933-34 1971-73 1951 1941-42, 46 1945 1969 1998-01 1978-80 1928 1968 1921-22 1966-67 1952

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 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. GOTTLUND, JOHN GOVERN, FRANK GOWIN, RAY

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 1925 1949-50 1922 1962 1959-60 1943 1986-89 1938-40 1975-77 1978-79 1941-42 1940-41 1939-40 1946, 48-50 1943 1974-76 1981-83 1909, 11 1915 1915-16, 19 1939 1960 1964-66


All-time Roster GRAHAM, MARVIN GRANGER, DOUG GRANT, DENYS 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 GREINEDER, TODD GRENADIER GRENZ, MICHAEL GRIDER, ANDY GRIECO, AL GRIFFIN, CHRIS GRIFFIN, DAVID GRIFFIN, JEROME, JR. GRIFFIN, MELVIN GRIFFIN, PETER GRIFFITH, MARK GRIGG, LANE GROETTUM, RICHARD GROOT, MIKE GROVE, GEORGE GRUDI, WALT GUIDICE, BILL GUTOWSKI, STEVE

1942, 46-47 1979-81 1955-57 1960-63 1910 1908, 10 1985-88 1972-74 1975 1915 1967-69 1960-61 1975-77 1988-91 1967 1979-81 1930 1998-00 1968-69 1941-42 1979 1997 1943 20011985 1952-55 1978 1984 20011991-95 1975-78 1972-74 1993 1935 1985-87 1926 1985 1944 1976

H HAAS, DAVE HACKETT, MICHAEL HACKETT, MIMS HACKLEY, W.M. HADTKE, WALTER HAFFNER, STEVE HAGGERTY, PAT HAGLAN, DENNIS HAKEL, CHRIS HALE, ROGER 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, TONY HARRISON, BILLY HARRISON, RON HARRISON, H.A. HART, BRIAN

1978-79 1983-86 1982-84 1898 1934-36 1985 1946-48 1963-65 1987-91 1959-61 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 20011930 1939-40 1935 1939 1964-65 20001975-78 1983-86 1957 1985-87 1998 1927-28 1961 1994-98 1948 1994-97 1901 1995-96

Greg Kimball (1986-89) 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 HENDERSON, AURELIUS HENDERSON, BOB HENDERSON, PINKY HENDRICKSON, JOE HENDRIX, RALPH HENLEY, DOUG HENLEY, R.E. HENNESSEY, KEVIN HENNING, DAN HENNING, FRANK HENNING, KYLE HENNING, MALCOLM HENNING, VIVIAN HERB, BOB HERBERT, CARRINGTON HERMANN, WALT HERRING, EDDIE HERTZ, MIKE HETTERMAN, MARK HEYWOOD, KENNETH HIBBS, JOHN HICKEY, JIM HICKMAN, DAVE HICKMAN, JACK HICKS, LLOYD HICKS, ROBERT HILL, ANDREW HILL, ANDREW HILLING, HARRY HILLMAN, EARL HINDMARSH, ROSS HINDS, NIGEL HINES, A.P. HINES, EARL HINES, L.Q. HINES, LLOYD HINES, MEL HINTON, JOHN HODGES, CRAIG HODGES, JAMES HODGES, REGGIE HODNETT, REGGIE

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 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 1952-54 1965-67 1993-96 1968 1983-84 1969-70 1939-41 1985-88 1948-49 1954- 57 1986-89 1996-98 20021948-50 1930-33 1955-57 1988 1898 1930 1951-53 1926 1951-53 1906 1989 1978-79 1982-83 1984-87

HODSON, RICH HOEHN, PETE HOEY, JACK HOFFMANN, PAUL HOGARTH, CHRIS HOGG, BILL HOITSMA, LOU HOITSMA, ROBERT HOLBROOK, CARTER HOLLAND, DAVID HOLLAND, JOSEPH HOLLAND, JUSTIN HOLLINGSWORTH, H. HOLLOWAY, DREWERY HOLMES, BOB HOLSCHUH, EDWARD HOLSTON, NATHAN HOLT, ANDY HOLT, DONALD HOLWIG, BRIAN HOOD, CHUCK HOOK, MIKE HOOKER, LESTER HOOVER, KENT HOPKINS, ANDRE HORNE, J. ROY HORNE, PAUL HORNER, TOM HORNSBY, ROBERT HORNSBY, SWANSON HOROVITZ, JON HOSMER, JEFF HOSTETLER, JOHN 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 HUMPHREYS, H.G. HUMPHREY, JON HUMPHRIES, PAT HUNGERFORD, DICK HUNTINGTON, C. HURLBURT, RICHARD HURLEY, JOHN HURTT, W.M.

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 1941 20021987 1991 1996-98 1967-68 1938 1968-70 1971 1980-82 1912, 14 1989-93 1951-52 1951-52, 54 1951-52 1976-78 1974-76 1971-73 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 1893 1994-95 1944 1947-48 1905 1985 1969-71 1898

I INGLE, NED INJAYCHOCK, MIKE IRBY, BOB IRVING, FRANK IRWIN, NEWELL IRWIN, WINSTON ISAACS, GARLAND ISLE, BARRY IVANHOE, DICK

1962 1996-97 1960-61 1905 1940-45 1922-25 1940-41, 46 1966 1951-52

J JACKSON, JESS JACKSON, CHARLES JACKSON, DARRELL JACKSON, MARQUES JACOBS, KYLE JAGGARD, STEVE JASPER, KEITH JEAN, EDWIN JENKINS, CARLTON JENNINGS, CLARENCE JENNINGS, MIKE JENNINGS, WILLIAM JESSE, CARL JETER, WILL JOHNS, HARRY JOHNSON, ANDREW JOHNSON, BENNY JOHNSON, BRANDON B. JOHNSON, BRANDON W. JOHNSON, C.E.

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1943 1966-68 1985-86 1995-96 1998-99 1966 1985-86 1960-63 1922 1912-13 1986 1908 1951 1987-89 1942 1993-94 1957-59 1998-00 2000-01 1902

JOHNSON, C.E. JOHNSON, DUDLEY JOHNSON, EMIL 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, EDDIE JONES, GARY JONES, HOWARD JONES, JAMAL JONES, NATHAN JONES, P.B. JONES, R.M. JONES, RAY JONES, RONALD JONES, STANLEY JOPLIN, JIM JOPLIN, JOHN JORDAN, T. JOYCE, RYAN JOYNER, M.B. JOYNES, HERBERT JULIAN, DAVID

1904-05 1976-78 1931-33 1940-42 1970 1989-92 1991 1998 1999 2000-02 1969-71 1960-62 1958-59 1968-70 1982-83 1960-62 1954 1993 1913 1990 2001 1897 1901 1957 1960, 62-63 1920 1962 1961-63 1920-23 1994-97 1919-21 1907 1985

K KAGLE, TIM KALINYAK, GREG KAMEN, STAN KANAS, TOM KANNADY, JOHN KARDATZKE, LAUREN KARSCHNER, GEORGE KAUFMAN, JULIUS KEEF, DWIGHT KEEN, TROY KEENAN, DAN KEENER, ROGER KEISTER, PAUL KELLEY, JACK KELLEY, SEAN KELLY, JOHN KELLY, JUSTIN KELSO, MARK KEMP, BOB KEMP, IAN KENDLER, JESSE KENNEDY, CARY 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 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

1992-96 1987-91 1937-38 1955-57 1991 1957-59 1952-54 1929-30 1951 1992-95 1959 1972-74 1924 1968-69 1992 1977-79 20001982-84 1969-71 19991941 1968 1937 1952 1926-29 1946 1961-63 1904 1943 2001 1979-81 1998 1959-60 1968-70 1986-89 20011988-90 1988-90 1943 1945 1988-92 1900 1947-50 1906 1945-48 1961, 64 1951-52 1952 1942, 45 1960-62 1971-73 1978-81 1951 1970-72 1973-74 1990-94 1968 1964 1940-42 1941-42 1951-52

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All-time Roster 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 KROG, JOHN KROLL, CHRIS KRUEGER, HERBERT KRUIS, JIM KRUIS, PAUL KUEHN, GREG KUGLER, CRAIG KUHN, STEVE KUNKLE, TERRY KUSHIN, DOUG KYLE, FRED

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 1950-52 1948 1937-38 1975-77 1973-75 20011986-89 1975-77 1984 1998-01 1936

L LAFALCE, TOM LAMBERT, ERIC LAMBIOTTE, KENNY LANG, ALVIS LANGHAM, DICK LANNER LANTZ, GREG 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 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 LISTON, DAVID LITTLEJOHN, JEREMY LIVESAY, FRANK LLOYD, J.H.

1968 1989-93 1985-86 1977-79 1954 1954 1990 1944 1978 1957-59 1915-16 20011983-85 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 1983 1921 1921 1968 1972-74 1985-86 1949-51 19991974-76 1951-52 20011960 1950-52 1985-88 1946-49 1976-79 1989 1989-93 1929-31 1939 1985 1947 1986-89 1943 1951 1962 1980-82 1997-00 1994 1934-36 1904

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LLOYD, MCPAYNE LOCKE, MARK LOCKE, MICHAEL LOFFREDO, RAY 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

1911 1984-86 1987-91 1998-2002 1963-65 1921 1941-42, 46 1998-01 1984-85 1963 1999 2001 1987 20001919 1992 1948-49 1982-84 1982 1978-79 1983-85 1966 1989-93 1945 20011966-68 1978-80 1944 1949-51 1939 1951-52, 55 20011946 1952, 57 1971 1946 1957-59 1997 1990-92 1992-93 1974-76

M MACARCYZK, JOHN MACDONALD, STEPHEN MACKIEWICZ, CHET MACKRETH, ARTHUR MACMASTERS, WAYNE MACON, E. CARLTON MACPEAK, DAVE MACRAE, DUNCAN MADDEN, MIKE MADDOX, ARTHUR MADDOX, MOE MADDREY, DENNIS 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 MANN, JEFF MANNI, BRIAN MANNING, DREW MARCHANT, AVALON MARCOCCIO, FRANK MARCZYK, JOE MARIFZO, BILL MARINO, JOE MARK, JOE MARKLAND, JOHN MARRA, ALFRED MARRAZZO, BERNIE MARROW, EDWARD MARROW, HARRY MARTIN, BILL MARTIN, B. MARTIN, BILL MARTIN, DAVE MARTIN, JOEL MARTIN, KEN MARTIN, MELVIN MARTIN, TOMMY MARTIN, TOMMY MARTIN, WILLIAM MARTINI, DOUG MASKAS, JIM MASSEY, EARL MASTERS, HURLIE MASTERS, JERRY

1954, 56-57 1908 1944-46, 48 1900 1980-82 1926-27 1972-74 1908 1965-67 1915-16 1951-52 1961-63 1947-50 1944-47 1997-01 1969-70 1967 1966-69 1956 1996-00 1961-62 1985-87 1995-96 1975-78 1968-70 1998 1989-90 1900 1991-93 1987-90 1952-55 1934-36 1947-50 1963 1944 1980-83 1910 1909 1943 1953 1946 1979-80 1997-98 1980-81 1976-78 1949-53 1956-59 1953-54 1979-81 1972 1945-48 1939-41 1965-66

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, MATTHEW MCCAIN, MARK MCCARRON, JOE MCCATHERN MCCARTHY, MICHAEL 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 MCHEFFEY, JIM MCKINNON, BILL MCLAUGHLIN, BOB MCLAURIN, TRAVIS MCLAURIN, TREVOR MCLEOD, LOU 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, MICHAEL 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, ERIC MILLER, GRAEME MILLER, JASON MILLER, JAMES MILLER, LEE MILLER, MIKE MILLER, RICKY MILLER, SAM MILLER, STEVE

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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 1991-95 1972 1955 20002001 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 1982-84 1966-68 1966-68 200220021948 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 20001987 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 1998-00 1982-85 1991-95 20021957 1954-55 1984-86 1962-64 1968-70

MILLS, ARTIS MILLS, DENVER MILLS, MATT MILOSZEWSKI, DAVE MINK, KEN MIODUSZEWSKI, ED MISCHLER, MIKE MISHLER, RAY MITKIEVICZ, LEO MITROVIC, JOHN MOATES, GUY MOCK, GARRETT MODRAK, LARRY MOFFETT, LYLE MOHLER, CHARLES MOKLER, SCOTT MOLLICA, MARK MOLLOY, JIM MONACO, JOE MONDAY, BILL MONESS, COLEMAN MONTAGUE, J.H. MONTGOMERY, JOE MOODY, STEFON MOORE, KEVIN MOORE, LONNIE MOORE, NORMAN MOORE, ROSS MOORE, SCOTT MORABITO, LANCE MORETZ, JOHN MORGAN, MATT MORRIS, BRIAN MORRIS, CHRISTOPHER 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 MURPHY, BRIAN MURPHY, DAVID MURPHY, JAMES MURPHY, MIKE MURPHY, WALLACE MURPHY, WILLIAM MURRAY, NORMAN MUSCALUS, ROB MUSE, BILL MUSINSKI, RICH MYERS, VINTON

1946 1944-46 1997-01 1991-95 1956-57 1950-52 1987-88 1974 1937-38 1980-82 1940-41 1997 1985-87 1987 20021985 1971-73 1985-86 1985-87 1969-71 1946 1898 1971-73 1992-96 1970, 72 1980-82 1957 1999 1987 1988-92 1969 20011983-85 1995-99 1944 1963 1969 1966-68 1984 1970-71 1946 1986 1927, 29-30 1965 1989-92 20021975-78 1984-87 1990 20011990, 92-93 1981-83 1927-30 1981-83 1926 1944 1933-34 1976-78 1986-89 19991983-84

N NAGELIN, MIKE NAGY, BILL NASE, DANNY NASS, DAN NDUBUEZE, CHRIS NEALL, JACKSON NEBLETT, WILLIAM NEELY, BRIAN NEILSON, JOE NELSON, BOB NESMITH, COREY NETTLES, JOHN NEWELL, RALPH NEWMAN, GARY NICHOLS, JEREMY NICHOLSEN, HARRY NICHOLSON, BOB NICKELL, RYAN NIELSEN, JEFF NIXON, JUDSON NOFAL, GEORGE NOHINEK, JOHN NOSAL, MARTIN NOURSE, WALTER NULL, ADOLPH

1998-01 1953-55 1963-65 1980-82 20021969-71 1908, 11 20021964-66 1954 1995-99 1982-85 1988 1968-69 1997 1982-83 1958-60 20021987-91 1946-48 1927-28 1987 1960, 62-63 1913 1944-45

O O’CONNOR, ADAM O’CONNOR, FRED O’DELL, TOM O’MARA, NEAL O’NEILL, FRANK O’NEILL, DAVE

20011982 1967-69 1979-80 1972-73 1975-77


All-time Roster 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, LAWRENCE OLIVER, ROB OLSON, ERIK OREMLAND, SHELDON OSBORNE, SCOT OSGOODBY, MARC OSTROWSKI, MICHAEL OUTLAW, CHRIS OUTTEN, MICKEY OVERTON, MATT OWEN OWENS, CARROLL

1945-46, 48-49 1993-97 1982-85 1959-62 1965-67 1982 1971 1943 1976-78 1934 1952, 56 1975-77 1935 1978 1990-92 1945 1995-99 1985-88 2000 20011972-73 1987 1943 1959-60

P PAGE, ROBERT 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 PATTERSON, COREY 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, ERNIE PHILLIPS, KEVIN PHILLIPS, LLOYD PHIPPS, JOHN PICKETTS, BERNARD PIEFKE, BOB PIERCE, RICKY PILCH, JOE PINCH, REGINALD PIRKLE, CARL PITTS, JR., JOHN PISANO, DAVID PITSENBERGER, TODD PLACE, JACK PLAGEMAN, BUTCH PLATT, BJ PLUMMER PLUMMER, DAN PLUMMER, JASON

1913-14 1977 1968, 70-71 1931-33 1898 1898 19991991-94 1908-11 1994 1951-53 1909 20021985-86 1922-25 1995-96 1987-90 1995-99 1960, 62 200020001906-08 1973-75 1971-73 1972-74 1928-30 1927 1998-2002 20021943 1985-87 1964-65 1978-79 1974-76 1909 1954-57 1944-47 1995 1985 1993-96 20021998-2002 1960-62 1929 1985-88 1988-92 1921 1940-41 1970-71 1964-66 1978-79 1959-61 1981 1938-39 1981-83 1946 1944-45 1994 1967, 69-70 1934 1945, 47 20001984-86 1991-94 1949-53 1961-62 1998 1943 1955-58 1994-98

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 POWELL, JEFF POWERS, LELAND POWERS, RAYMOND C. PRICKITT, MASON PRITCHARD, BRYAN PRITCHARD, JOHN PROCHILO, FRANK PROCTOR, BILL PROFITKO, BOB PROSSER, BILL PROSSER, REED PRYOR, JIM PTACHICK, KEVIN PURTILL, JOHN PUSHINSKY, MARK PUSKAR, CHUCK PYE, JAMES Q QUALLS, LEE QUIRK, GERALD R RADESCHI, MIKE RAGAZZO, VITO RAGSDALE, DUANE RAIMONDI, BEN RAMSEY, GARRARD RAMSEY, KNOX RANGELY, WALTER RANSONE, COLEMAN RASH, ROBERT RATAMESS, SCOTT RAUSCH, HAROLD 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 REYNOLDS, KHARI REYNOLDS, PAUL REYNOLDS, TOM RHODES, DAVE RICE, ALBERT RICH, ADRIAN RICHARDS, CHAD RICHARDS, JAMES RICHARDS, MARC RICHARDSON, MIKE RICIGLIANO, VINCE RICKETSON, ELLIOTT RICKETTS, BERNARD RIDDLE, SCOTT RIDJANECK, MATTHEW RILEY, BILL RILEY, MARTY RILEY, RICHARD RILEY, STUART RINKER, DICK RISJORD, JOHN RISLEY, JR., TIM ALAN ROARK, WARREN ROBACK, TOM ROBERSON, JIM ROBERTS, BARRETT ROBERTS, LLOYD ROBERTSON, DON ROBERTSON, ISAAC ROBINSON, A.P. ROBINSON, BOB ROBINSON, DOUG

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 1982 1926 1927 1968 1960-61 20021972-74 1984-86 1966 1981-83 1991-95 1954 1984-86 1937 1995-98 1960-62 1935 1980-82 1931-33 1986-88 1947-50 1979 1943 1939-42 1944-47 1922 1909 1976-78 1985-86, 88 1963-64 1939-41 1941-42 1969-71 1949-51 1969-71 1972-74 1987-91 1916 1992 1994-98 1946, 48 1990 1999 1943-44 1973 1956 1928 1988-92 1998-01 1910 1989-93 1957 1974 1928 1946 1977-79 2001 1952-55 1993 20021959-61 1957-59 1953 1995 1991-95 1987 1966 1930 1902 1965 1914 1915-16 1973-75 1946, 48

ROBINSON, EDWARD ROCHE, EDWARD RODEERS, ARTHUR G. RODGERS, JASON RODRIGUEZ, MIKE ROGERS, KEVIN ROGERS, NICK ROGERS, POWELL ROHALEY, SCOTT 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, PATRICK RYAN, JIM RYAN, PAUL

1983-84 1928, 30 1927-28 1998-01 1989-90 1971-73 19991928 1986-87 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 1987 1975-78 1926, 28-29

S SAFFELE, ROBERT SAFKO, BILL SAFKO, EDMUND 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 SCHEFF, JOSEPH SCHEMBRI, SEAN SCHENCK, GEORGE SCHERER, RIP SCHIAVONE, JOE SCHIEFELBEIN, ED SCHLATZER, BOB SCHLOSSBERG, N. SCHMALHOFER, BRUNO SCHMALZ, RICK SCHMITT, RODNEY SCHMOLLINGER, R. SCHNACKEL, DALE SCHOOLS, MAXWELL SCHUG, KEVIN SCHUNDLER, MIKE SCHUTZ, HENRY SCHUTZ, HENRY SCHWALM, CHRIS SCHWARTZMAN, JOHN SCOLARO, PAUL SCOTT, BILL SCOTT, ED 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 SHALLCROSS, BRIAN SHANAFELT, GARRETT SHARMA, ATUL SHARP, DREW SHARPER, DARREN SHATYNSKI, JIM

1922 1942, 45-47 1951 1983 1943 1982-84 1991 1996-00 1955-57 1961-63 1972 1985-87 1952 1947 1951-54 1942, 46-47 1981-83 1989-92 1969 1954-58 1929 1992 1909-10 1971-73 1972-74 1978-80 1954 1907-08 1973-76 1969-71 1963-66 1988-91 1985-87 1973-74 1994 1974 1941-42, 46 1966 1997-98 1948 1970-72 1976-79 1963-64 1952-54 1959-61 1927-30 1935 1985-87 1938 1954-56 1955-58 1965 1997 1901-02 1932-34 1981-83 1993-97 1995 2000 1981-83 1993-96 1950-52

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SHAW, JONATHAN SHAWEN, HARRY SHAY, BOB SHEA, JOHN SHEERAN, ROBERT SHELHORSE, JAMES SHELTON, TYRONE SHELTON, YONCE 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 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 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, 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, GENE SPENCER, T.P. SQUIRES, GERALD STAHL, CHRIS

20011900 1965-67 1965-67 1935 1912 1987-90 1992-95 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 1981 1950 1965-67 1969-70 1930 1984 1991-95 1939 1954 1966 1998-01 1901 1945 1989 1947 1961-63 1894 1968 1960, 62-63 1946 1965-67 1952 1944 20021987-88 1905 1954-56 1966 1999 1991 1962-64 1990 1985-86 1986 1932-34 1997 1934 1948-51 20001975, 77 1994-95 1968 1972-74 1984-86 1974-76 1928-29 19991985-86 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 1972 1902 1960 1998-00

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Jude Waddy (1993-97) STANARD, RYAN STANCHAK, SAM STANLEY, ISAAC STAUB, CRAIG STARNES, JEFF STECKROTH, BOB STEINER, JASON STEM, JOHN STEPHENS, E.E.A. STEPHENSON, JON STERBA, BRETT STERLING, BRAD STEVENS, CRAIG STEVENS, FRANK STEVENS, ROBERT STEVENS, WILLIAM STEWART, JOHN STEWART, MIKE STEWART, WADDY STOCKEY, WILLIAM STOCKI, STEVE STONE, PATRICK STONE, WEBSTER STOTLEMYER, TODD STOVALL, IVAN 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, 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 T TADDER, TIM TAFRO, AL TALIAFERRO, TOM TANNER, ARTHUR TAUBER, JIM TAYLOR, CHRISTIAN TAYLOR, E.C. TAYLOR, HORACE P.

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1996 1987-91 1911 1989-93 2002 1942, 46-47 1991-95 1990-94 1915-16 1958-60 1996-00 1960 1986-87 1939 1945 1949 1979-81 1972-74 1932-34 1970-73 19991951 1913-14 1982 1970-73 1957-60 2000-01 1905-06 1915 1991 1951-52 1966 1943 1986 1970 1902 1951-54 1963 1928 1981 1983 1990-93 1962-64 1987 1952 1982-85 1979-80 1943 1954 1929-31 1929 1985 1973-75 1935 1984-87 1990-91 1977-79 1994-98 1937 1969-71 20021901 1927-28

TAYLOR, JOHN TAYLOR, LUCIUS 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, JON THOMAS, JULIAN THOMAS, RONNIE THOMAS, S.B. THOMPSON, DOMINIQUE 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 TOMPKINS, SCOTT TORMA, JOHN TORRENCE, WILLIAM TRACY, ALEX TRAINOR, BILL 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 TURVILLE, WILLIAM TUTHILL, JACK TUTHILL, JIM TWIDDY, CLARENCE TYLER, MARK TYNER, PAUL

20021927-28 1913-14 1906-08 1940 1910 1986 1992-96 1959-61 1971 1988-91 1910 1955-57 1983-85 1944 1998-2002 1898 20011970 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 1997-01 1940 1946 1985 1985 1934 1976 1944 1965-67 20021983-86 20021999-00 1945 1971-72 1951-52 1934-36 1954 1971-73 1937-39 1954 1981 1993 1991 1939 1929-30 1964-66 1939 1988-92 1978-80

U UHL, BRAD UNGER, RAYMOND UPSON, IRVIN, J UTECHT, ALEXANDER UZZELL, BILL

1986-90 1910 1930-33 1989-92 1969-71

V VALE, WALLACE VAN WAGONER, CHRIS VANDERBEEK, JEFF VANDEWEGHE, AL VARACALLO, JERRY VARNEY, THOMAS VAUGHAN, DICK VIEHLAND, MARK VICTOR, STANLEY VIDA, JASON VINCE, BRET VOZAR, ANDY VUJEVICH, TONY

1989-93 1972 1975-77 1940-42 1972 1928 1945-46 2000 1970-73 2002 1990-91 1956-57 1951-52

W WACHTER, BRUCE WADDY, JUDE WADE, DANNY WADE, PHIL WAECHTER, TOM

1970 1993-97 19991989 1972-74

WAGNER, MIKE WAITE, BURT WAITKUS. MARK WALKER, JACOB WALKER, RAHEEM 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 WARD, OSCAR WARNER, JACK WARNER, SELDON WARRINGTON, TEX WARWICK, BURDETTE WASHINGTON, MARCUS WATSON, BRADFORD WATSON, JONAS WATSON, O.B. WATTERS, JEFF WATTERS, JEROME WAY, DAVID WEAVER, CHARLIE WEAVER, JOE WEAVER, MIKE WEAVER, WALT 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 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 WHITHAM, MATTHEW WHITTEN, TOM WICK, BOB WILDES, MIKE WILEY, CHAD WILEY, DAVE WILEY, STEVE WILKINS, JOE WILKINSON, ISHAM WILKINSON, J.T.

2003 WILLIAM AND MARY FOOTBALL

1976-78 1966-68 1990-93 20021996-97 2001 1952-55 1945 1927 1962-63 1937 1982-83 1945-46, 48 20021925-26, 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 1934 1940 1908 1941-42 1978 1998-2002 1952 20021905 1979-81 1980-82 1957-59 1961-63 1986-89 1963-65 1941-42 1992 1924-25 1949-51 1961 1957 1999 1940-41 1987-88 1984-85 1962-63 1993 1962-64 1992-94 1990 1976-78 1988-90 1945-48 1928 1981-84 2000-2001 1914-15 1990-93 1985-87 1958, 60-61 1970-71 1943 200120021992-96 1994-98 1991-95 1995 1943-44 1919-21 1986-90 1939-40 20011962-63 1971 1985-86 1999 1985-88 1989-91 1993-97 1908 1904-05

WILLETS, CHRIS WILLIAMS, ALFRED WILLIAMS, ALAN WILLIAMS, BEN WILLIAMS, BRUCE WILLIAMS, CHARLIE WILLIAMS, DOUGLAS WILLIAMS, DUANE WILLIAMS, FELIX WILLIAMS, ROBERT WILLIAMS, RON WILLIS, WESTON WILLSON, MARK WILSEY, BILL WILSON, DONNIE 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 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.

1997-01 1926 1987-91 1965-66 1974 1951 1982-84 1979 1922 1997 1960-61 1929-30 1989-90 1979-81 1968-69 1930, 32 1949-51 1915-16, 21 1946 1961 1960-61 1989-92 1968 1969-71 1992- 96 20001973-75 1949-51 1959 1994-96 1925 1980-82 1915 1934-36 1961 1990 1958-60 1932-33 1943-44 1982-84 1960 1911-13 20021978-81 1942, 44-46 1980-82 1914

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. 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 1998-2002

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 1976-79 1949-51 1970-72 1966-68 1944


Year-by-Year Results 1893 (2-1) 4 14 8 26

@ Norfolk YMCA 16 @ Old Dominion Club 4 @ Capital City A.C. 4 24

1894 (0-1) 0

Hampden-Sydney

28

1895 - no team 1896 (0-2) 0 0 0

Randolph-Macon @ Randolph-Macon

10 4 14

5 0 15

@ Richmond @ Randolph-Macon

23 27 90

1906 (2-6) 0 0 10 0 10 0 4 0 30

0

@ George Washington 26

1898 (1-1) 5 0 5

Randolph-Macon @ Richmond

0 15 15

1899 (2-3) 0 5 0 41 6 52

@ Richmond Hampden-Sydney Portsmouth AC Hampton HS @ Baltimore CC

14 10 6 0 5 35

1900 (1-2) 5 0 0 5

Newport News Hampden-Sydney @ Randolph-Macon

0 17 11 28

1901 (2-1-1) 11 0 11 6 28

Old Point Comfort Randolph-Macon Richmond Fredericksburg

6 0 27 0 33

1902 (1-1-1) 6 0 0 6

Old Point Comfort @ Hampden-Sydney @ St. Vincent’s H.S.

0 42 0 42

1903 (1-3) 15 0 0 0 15

Norfolk H.S. Old Point Comfort @ Randolph-Macon @ Richmond

0 23 39 24 86

1904 (3-3) 18 36 0 5 15 0 69

Norfolk H.S. Portsmouth AC @ Virginia Tech @ Roanoke Richmond Randolph-Macon

0 0 30 6 6 6 48

12 28 0 40 0 24 6 6 160

6 0 4 0 0

Hampton AC @ Richmond @ Richmond @ VMI Maryland A&M

0 0 0 23 17

0 19 186

1918 (0-2)

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

@ Virginia @ Norfolk Academy Univ. Col. of Medicine Va. Medical Randolph-Macon @ Richmond @ Hampden-Sydney

60 13 20 66 20 20 27 226

1919 (2-6-1)

1913 (0-5-1) 0 4 0 16 19 15 12 4 0 70

@ VMI @ Randolph-Macon @ North Carolina Old Point Comfort @ Med. College of VA Ft. Monroe @ Randolph-Macon @ Hampden-Sydney @ Richmond

58 0 14 6 0 0 4 0 48 143

1908 (4-6-1) 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 21 17 6 49

@ Virginia @ VMI @ N.C. State @ Randolph-Macon Brambleton @ Hampden-Sydney Ft. Monroe @ Randolph-Macon @ Richmond @ Hampden-Sydney @ St. Vincent’s Acad.

11 21 24 6 0 10 0 15 18 0 5 110

1909 (6-4) 0 3 0 6 9 3 3 11 15 15 65

@ Virginia Norfolk Collegians @ VMI Va. Medical Episcopal H.S. @ Randolph-Macon @ Hampden-Sydney @ Norfolk H.S. @ Richmond @ Hampden-Sydney

30 0 6 0 0 15 22 0 0 8 81

1910 (1-7-1) 0 3 5 0 0 6 2 6 18 40

@ Virginia Univ. Col. of Medicine Norfolk H.S. @ VMI @ Norfolk Collegian Hampden-Sydney Randolph-Macon St. Vincent’s Acad. @ Richmond

10 5 5 33 41 17 11 18 6 115

1911 (1-5-2) 1905 (2-4-1)

Richmond @ Hampden-Sydney

0 0 0 0 0 11

0 0 0

@ Lynchburg College 13 Richmond 7 20

1912 (0-7)

@ Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Norfolk H.S. @ N.C. State Brambleton Richmond Randolph-Macon @ Richmond

1907 (6-3) 1897 (0-1)

3 0 14

@ Virginia 81 @ Georgetown 66 Univ. Col. of Medicine 0 Fredericksburg College0 Va. Medical 6 @ Randolph-Macon 14

3 0 3 13 0 13 51

@ VMI Richmond Blues @ Randolph-Macon @ Richmond @ Hampden-Sydney Richmond

33 0 37 20 32 20 157

1914 (1-7) 9 0 10 3 0 0 0 0 22

Richmond Blues @ VMI Randolph-Macon Richmond @ Hampden-Sydney @ Randolph-Macon Hampden-Sydney @ Richmond

13 38 7 7 19 63 41 32 220

1915 (0-9-1) 0 6 0 0 0 7 0 7 0 0 20

Union Theo. Sem. @ VMI Richmond Blues @ Hampden-Sydney Richmond @ Randolph-Macon @ Hampden-Sydney Randolph-Macon @ Richmond @ Delaware

7 19 0 28 28 34 38 15 45 93 306

1916 (2-5-2) 7 0 13 0 0 0 14 0 0 34

Union Theo. Sem. @ VMI @ Portsmouth Naval Randolph-Macon @ Richmond Hampden-Sydney @ Randolph-Macon Richmond @ Hampden-Sydney

0 66 13 17 48 31 7 0 9 191

1917 (3-5) 0 0 13 0 7 21 0 0 41

@ VMI @ Richmond Randolph-Macon @ Hampden-Sydney @ Emory & Henry @ Randolph-Macon Richmond @ Hampden-Sydney

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53 28 0 21 0 6 19 32 159

0 3 7 3 3 0 6 6 0 28

@ Lynchburg College @ VMI Richmond Randolph-Macon @ Hampden-Sydney @ Richmond @ Randolph-Macon Hampden-Sydney @ Richmond

0 21 0 0 7 17 7 7 21 80

1920 (4-5) 0 0 14 36 34 0 0 34 7 125

@ Virginia @ Virginia Tech @ Galludet Lynchburg College Union Theo. Sem. @ Richmond @ N.C. A and E @ Randolph-Macon @ Hampden-Sydney

27 21 7 0 0 13 81 0 14 163

1921 (4-3-1) 0 12 7 21 35 13 76 7 171

@ Virginia Tech @ Trinity (Duke) @ George Washington Wake Forest Randolph-Macon @ Catholic University Union Theo. Sem. @ Richmond

14 0 7 14 0 27 0 17 79

1922 (6-3) 7 6 33 13 32 18 14 45 3 171

@ Penn State @ Virginia Tech Randolph-Macon Trinity (Duke) @ Hampden-Sydney Wake Forest Roanoke Gallaudet Richmond

27 20 7 7 6 0 0 0 13 80

1923 (6-3) 10 3 74 21 27 20 14 7 27 224

@ Navy @ Syracuse Guilford @ Trinity (Duke) Randolph-Macon @ Hampden-Sydney Delaware @ Roanoke @ Richmond

39 63 0 0 0 0 0 9 6 115

1924 (5-2-1) 7 7 27 21 27 27 7 20 170

@ Navy @ Syracuse Randolph-Macon Trinity (Duke) King Albright @ Roanoke @ Richmond

14 24 7 3 0 0 7 6 61

87


Year-by-Year Results 1925 (6-4) 44 0 0 54 35 7 27 13 23 14 230

Lenoir-Rhyne @ Navy @ Syracuse @ Randolph-Macon Duke @ Harvard Albright Haskell @ Roanoke @ Richmond

0 25 33 0 0 14 0 14 0 0 86

1926 (7-3) 35 19 0 7 14 48 10 13 14 9 169

Randolph-Macon Loyola @ Syracuse @ Harvard George Washington Lynchburg @ Columbia Wake Forest @ Richmond SOUTHERN TITLE @ Chattanooga

0 0 35 27 0 0 13 6 0 6 87

1927 (4-5-1) 0 0 19 14 13 7 7 18 33 0 111

Catholic University @ Syracuse Lenoir-Rhyne Quantico Concord St. @ Princeton Chattanooga @ Roanoke @ Hampden-Sydney @ Richmond

12 18 0 20 7 35 12 7 7 0 118

1928 (6-3-2) 41 0 0 0 12 0 24 32 68 34 7 218

Lynchburg Marshall @ Syracuse Wake Forest Catholic University Emory & Henry @ George Washington Roanoke Bridgewater @ Hampden-Sydney @ Richmond

0 0 32 0 13 3 0 6 0 0 0 54

1929 (8-2) 19 0 7 14 59 51 19 36 25 20 250

St. John’s @ Navy @ Emory & Henry Virginia Tech Bridgewater George Washington @ Roanoke Catholic University @ Richmond @ Hampden-Sydney

0 15 6 25 0 6 6 13 0 6 77

1930 (7-2-1) 24 6 19 6 81 13

88

Guilford @ Navy Wofford Virginia Tech Bridgewater @ Harvard

0 19 0 7 0 13

39 27 19 13 247

Roanoke Emory & Henry @ Richmond Hampden-Sydney

0 0 0 0 39

1931 (5-2-2) 32 6 9 6 95 0 13 24 2 187

Guilford @ Navy Randolph-Macon Virginia Tech Bridgewater Washington & Lee @ Roanoke @ Emory & Henry @ Richmond

0 13 2 6 0 0 6 0 6 33

1932 (8-4) 6 27 6 47 0 7 0 77 20 6 18 7 221

Roanoke Randolph-Macon @ Navy Guilford Virginia Tech Washington & Lee @ Army Bridgewater VMI @ George Washington Emory & Henry @ Richmond

0 13 0 0 7 0 33 0 7 12 6 18 96

1933 (6-5) 7 12 0 0 7 37 12 14 6 7 6 108

Roanoke Randolph-Macon @ Navy @ Washington & Lee Virginia Tech Guilford @ Georgetown VMI @ Emory & Henry Davidson @ Richmond

6 0 12 7 13 7 6 0 25 12 0 88

1936 (1-8) 6 0 0 38 0 0 0 7 0 51

@ Navy Virginia Virginia Tech Guilford Roanoke Hampden-Sydney VMI Washington & Lee @ Richmond

1942 (9-1-1) 18 7 14 0 13 19 21 13 7 112

1937 (4-5) 0 9 12 37 38 0 21 12 0 129

@ Navy VMI Virginia Tech Guilford American @ Virginia Hampden-Sydney Washington & Lee @ Richmond

45 20 0 0 0 6 12 14 6 103

1938 (2-7) 0 8 0 45 0 0 18 0 7 78

@ Navy 26 Newp. News App. Sch.9 @ Virginia Tech 27 Guilford 0 VMI 14 @ Virginia 34 Hampden-Sydney 7 @ Washington & Lee 27 @ Richmond 10 154

1939 (6-2-1) 31 6 39 6 26 6 19 18 7 158

Guilford 6 @ Navy 31 @ Newp. News App. Sch.6 Virginia Tech 6 Hampden-Sydney 0 Virginia 26 Randolph-Macon 6 Washington & Lee 14 @ Richmond 0 95

1934 (2-6) 7 20 0 0 15 6 0 0 48

@ Navy Emory & Henry Virginia Tech @ Georgetown Roanoke VMI Washington & Lee @ Richmond

20 8 6 3 6 13 7 6 69

••• CARY FIELD OPENS •••

1935 (3-4-3) 0 0 0 0 44 14 0 0 22 6 86

Virginia @ Navy @ Army Virginia Tech Guilford Roanoke VMI @ Dartmouth Emory & Henry @Richmond

1940 (6-2-1) 0 7 42 20 41 13 0 46 16 185

N.C. State 16 @ Navy 19 Newp. News App. Sch.0 Virginia Tech 13 Hampden-Sydney 0 Virginia 6 VMI 0 Randolph-Macon 6 @ Richmond 0 60

1941 (8-2) 0 30 14 0 0 7 19 34 0 6 110

53 0 57 16 28 48 3 21 33 0 259

Newp. News App. Sch.0 @ Navy 34 Randolph-Macon 7 Virginia Tech 7 @ Hampden-Sydney 0 George Washington 0 @ Dartmouth 0 VMI 0 @ Richmond 3 N.C. State 13 64

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27 3 21 7 61 35 40 27 0 10 14 245

Hampden-Sydney @ Navy @ Virginia Tech @ Harvard George Washington Dartmouth Randolph-Macon VMI N.C. Pre-Flight @ Richmond @ Oklahoma

0 0 7 7 0 14 0 6 14 0 7 55

1943 - no team 1944 (5-2-1) 46 38 0 39 2 0 26 40 191

Fort Monroe Hampden-Sydney @ Pennsylvania Richmond AB N.C. State @ North Carolina VMI @ Richmond

0 0 46 0 19 0 0 0 65

1945 (6-3) 19 13 38 13 6 33 0 25 33 180

Catawba @ Tennessee Virginia Tech VMI N.C. State @ Maryland North Carolina Merchant Marine @ Richmond

6 48 0 9 20 14 6 7 0 110

1946 (8-2) 61 3 51 49 34 41 41 7 20 40 347

Fort McClelland @ Miami (Fla.) @ The Citadel Virginia Tech @ Washington & Lee VMI Maryland North Carolina @ George Washington @ Richmond

0 13 12 0 18 0 7 21 0 0 71

1947 (9-2) 21 56 21 7 47 21 28 45 20 35 19 320

Davidson The Citadel Virginia Tech North Carolina @ Boston University Wake Forest VMI @ Washington & Lee Bowling Green @ Richmond DIXIE BOWL Arkansas

0 7 7 13 13 0 20 6 0 0 21 87


Year-by-Year Results 1948 (7-2-2) 14 12 31 30 6 14 7 14 26 9 20 163

@ Davidson Wake Forest VMI @ Virginia Tech @ St. Bonaventure Richmond @ North Carolina @ Boston College N.C. State @ Arkansas DELTA BOWL Oklahoma A&M

6 21 0 0 7 6 7 14 6 0 0 67

1949 (6-4) 14 7 39 54 13 28 34 14 20 33 256

@ Houston @ Pittsburgh Virginia Tech VMI @ Michigan State @ Wake Forest @ Richmond North Carolina @ Arkansas N.C.State

13 13 13 6 42 55 0 20 0 7 169

1950 (4-7) 19 20 0 14 54 7 14 0 18 34 40 210

@ VMI Cincinnati Wake Forest @ Michigan State @ Virginia Tech @ North Carolina @ Boston University @ Virginia @ Houston N.C. State Richmond

25 14 47 33 0 40 16 13 36 0 6 230

1951 (7-3) 34 7 7 7 35 20 20 28 14 0 172

Boston University @ Oklahoma VMI Wake Forest @ N.C. State @ Richmond @ Pennsylvania Virginia Tech Duke @ Virginia

25 49 20 6 28 14 12 7 13 46 220

1952 (4-5) 34 21 23 0 28 42 34 41 13 236

@ VMI Wake Forest @ Penn State @ Navy @ Boston University Richmond @ Virginia Tech N.C. State Virginia

13 28 35 14 33 13 15 6 20 177

1953 (5-4-1) 16 6 7 13 12 7

Wake Forest @ Navy @ Cincinnati Virginia Tech George Washington @ N.C. State

14 6 57 7 7 6

19 21 7 14 122

@ VMI @ Richmond Washington & Lee Boston University

20 0 33 41 191

1954 (4-4-2) 0 27 0 14 13 7 0 6 13 2 82

@ Navy @ Pennsylvania N.C. State @ Rutgers @ George Washington @ Virginia Tech @ VMI West Virginia Wake Forest @ Richmond

27 7 26 7 13 7 21 20 9 0 137

1955 (1-7-1) 0 7 7 13 0 20 7 21 6 81

@ Navy Virginia Tech @ Duke @ West Virginia George Washington VMI @ Wake Forest @ N.C. State @ Richmond

7 14 47 39 16 13 13 28 6 183

1956 (0-9-1) 0 14 18 7 13 14 6 6 6 0 84

Wake Forest @ Navy Boston University @ Virginia Tech West Virginia @ George Washington @ VMI @ Army @ Rutgers @ Richmond

39 39 18 34 20 16 20 34 20 6 246

1957 (4-6) 0 6 13 13 13 0 14 7 38 7 111

George Washington @ Navy Virginia Tech @ Penn State VMI @ West Virginia @ The Citadel @ N.C. State Rutgers @ Richmond

7 33 7 21 14 19 12 6 7 12 138

1958 (2-6-1) 0 15 6 13 0 7 7 6 18 72

@ Navy @ Virginia Tech @ VMI N.C. State @ George Washington @ Boston University Davidson West Virginia @ Richmond

14 27 6 6 7 33 16 55 15 179

1959 (4-6) 37 2 14 7 7 14 13 25 9 12 140

@ Virginia @ Navy @ Virginia Tech Furman VMI George Washington The Citadel @ Davidson @ Florida State @ Richmond

0 29 20 8 26 7 38 7 0 20 155

1960 (2-8) 21 41 19 23 0 0 8 0 8 0 120

VMI Virginia George Washington @ Furman Virginia Tech @ Florida State @ Tulane @ The Citadel @ Vanderbilt @ Richmond

33 21 9 25 27 22 40 14 22 19 232

1961 (1-9) 6 6 6 19 8 12 7 30 13 18 125

Virginia Tech @ Virginia @ Navy Furman The Citadel @ George Washington VMI Davidson @ Army @ Richmond

20 21 44 6 10 49 14 31 48 36 279

1962 (4-5-1) 3 7 16 29 7 21 0 13 10 3 109

Virginia Tech Virginia @ Navy @ The Citadel @ Davidson Furman @ VMI @ West Virginia George Washington @ Richmond

0 19 20 23 7 7 6 28 6 15 131

1963 (4-6) 7 0 27 16 13 14 6 7 34 29 153

@ The Citadel @ Navy @ Furman West Virginia @ Virginia Tech George Washington VMI @ Virginia Davidson @ Richmond

0 28 17 20 28 32 26 9 5 6 171

1964 (4-6) 14 6 7 21 10 0 20 13

@ VMI @ Navy @ Pittsburgh Furman The Citadel @ George Washington Virginia Tech Virginia

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12 35 34 14 0 21 27 14

14 33 138

@ West Virginia @ Richmond

24 13 194

1965 (6-4) 32 14 7 14 41 28 3 20 17 21 197

VMI West Virginia @ Virginia Tech @ Navy @ Davidson George Washington Southern Mississippi @ The Citadel @ Boston College Richmond

21 34 9 42 7 14 0 6 30 0 163

1966 (5-4-1) 7 13 10 34 24 0 22 13 18 35 176

East Carolina @ West Virginia @ George Washington Villanova The Citadel @ Navy @ VMI @ Boston College Virginia Tech @ Richmond

7 24 3 14 6 21 15 15 20 19 144

1967 (5-4-1) 38 7 7 12 33 25 27 24 16 7 196

Quantico East Carolina @ Virginia Tech @ Vanderbilt VMI @ Ohio @ Navy @ The Citadel West Virginia Richmond

7 27 31 14 28 22 16 0 16 16 177

1968 (3-7) 14 0 3 0 0 20 33 0 21 6 97

@ East Carolina Virginia Tech @ Pittsburgh Ohio West Virginia @ VMI Villanova @ Syracuse The Citadel @ Richmond

0 12 14 41 20 10 12 31 24 31 195

1969 (3-7) 18 7 15 21 15 25 7 0 21 17 146

@ Cincinnati @ Temple Virginia @ The Citadel Davidson VMI Virginia Tech West Virginia @ Villanova Richmond

26 6 28 14 17 17 48 31 35 28 250

89


Year-by-Year Results 1970 (5-7) 7 14 10 33 7 24 6 14 28 29 34 12 218

@ West Virginia @ Miami (Fla.) Cincinnati Ohio Wesleyan The Citadel @ VMI @ Virginia Virginia Tech Connecticut @ Davidson @ Richmond TANGERINE BOWL Toledo

1975 (2-9) 43 36 17 29 16 10 33 35 15 28 33 40 335

1971 (5-6) 35 28 40 14 23 30 12 35 29 13 19 278

@ The Citadel @ East Carolina Davidson @ Tulane West Virginia @ Virginia Tech VMI @ North Carolina @ Wake Forest @ Temple Richmond

28 10 14 3 28 41 7 36 36 17 21 241

1972 (5-6) 31 9 17 31 34 17 31 17 56 15 3 261

Furman @ Navy @ Villanova The Citadel @ West Virginia Vanderbilt @ VMI Virginia Tech @ Davidson East Carolina @ Richmond

7 13 20 12 49 21 3 16 9 21 20 191

1973 (6-5) 31 27 15 24 33 7 51 45 3 42 0 278

@ Virginia Tech @ North Carolina @ Wake Forest @ The Citadel Villanova @ Vanderbilt Davidson VMI @ East Carolina Colgate Richmond

24 34 14 12 21 20 35 14 34 49 31 288

1974 (4-7) 7 17 28 0 16 16 28 20 15 10 54 211

@ Mississippi State @ Wake Forest @ Virginia @ Furman The Citadel @ Boston College Rutgers @ VMI Virginia Tech East Carolina @ Richmond

49 6 38 10 12 31 15 31 34 31 12 269

7 0 0 6 8 0 6 7 13 17 31 95

1980 (2-9)

@ North Carolina @ East Carolina @ Pittsburgh @ The Citadel Ohio @ Rutgers Furman Virginia Tech @ VMI Colgate Richmond

33 20 47 21 22 24 21 24 7 21 21 261

1976 (7-4) 34 14 19 27 13 21 20 7 23 22 10 210

20 0 20 15 15 13 0 23 22 0 21 149

Norfolk State @ VMI @ Pittsburgh @ Louisville Villanova Virginia Tech @ Navy Rutgers @ The Citadel East Carolina Richmond

13 23 28 7 8 17 42 22 13 17 13 203

VMI @ Connecticut @ Villanova @ Virginia Tech Temple James Madison @ Navy @ Louisville The Citadel @ East Carolina @ Richmond

0 14 3 14 12 38 0 31 14 31 35 192

@ Temple Miami (Ohio) @ Virginia Tech @ VMI @ Dartmouth Marshall @ Navy James Madison Harvard @ East Carolina Richmond

@ VMI Colgate @ Virginia Tech @ Georgia Tech James Madison Navy Rutgers @ Delaware @ Appalachian State Richmond East Carolina

17 24 3 17 24 3 18 21 22 27 28 204

@ Miami VMI @ Virginia Tech @ Rutgers Dartmouth @ Navy @ James Madison @ Delaware Brown East Carolina @ Richmond

28 13 20 26 21 24 28 21 48 6 24 259

@ VMI Delaware @ North Carolina Yale @ Dartmouth James Madison Rutgers @ Virginia Tech @ Marshall @ East Carolina Richmond

23 28 17 31 21 10 16 38 31 33 28 276

42 37 30 24 44 24 33 41 32 7 21 17 352

35 12 47 27 16 39 24 62 23 31 17 333

24 23 18 20 14 24 14 21 24 48 31 261

VMI @ Delaware @ Penn State @ James Madison Temple Boston University @ Virginia Tech @ Wake Forest Lehigh @ Colgate @ Richmond

14 30 51 14 17 21 35 59 24 40 15 320

25 27 7 28 34 14 22 17 31 7 20 232

13 21 56 10 28 3 38 34 10 39 33 285

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Colgate VMI @ Bucknell Harvard @ Lehigh @ Delaware @ James Madison @ Virginia Princeton Holy Cross @ Richmond NCAA PLAYOFFS Delaware

21 22 13 0 34 18 42 37 14 31 14 51 297

@ E. Tennessee State @ Navy @ Colgate Lehigh @ Yale Delaware James Madison VMI Bucknell @ Holy Cross Richmond

49 17 19 27 40 38 28 6 6 40 7 272

1988 (6-4-1) 23 30 14 10 35 33 14 24 30 28 19 73 260

@ Virginia VMI Lehigh @ James Madison @ Delaware New Hampshire Villanova @ Georgia Wofford Colgate @ Richmond EPSON IVY BOWL Japan All-Stars

31 7 6 3 38 31 14 59 14 3 24 3 230

1989 (8-3-1) 17 24 31 12 27 13 17 55 34 24 22 10 286

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30 15 16 14 14 40 45 39 29 28 17 287

1987 (5-6)

1984 (6-5) 7 15 35 33 0 24 24 40 0 10 38 226

@ Wake Forest Norfolk State Delaware James Madison @ Harvard @ Virginia Tech @ Temple @ VMI @ Lehigh @ Princeton Richmond

1986 (9-3) 42 33 47 31 7 7 27 19 23 21 21 278

1983 (6-5) 3 3 17 22 22 7 9 33 8 20 17 161

1979 (4-7) 3 28 14 7 33 7 0 0 9 24 14 139

1985 (7-4) 42 13 7 45 27 14 18 7 31 24 26 254

1982 (3-8)

1978 (5-5-1) 10 27 21 19 22 32 0 21 12 3 3 170

@ N.C. State VMI @ Virginia Tech @ Navy Wake Forest Dartmouth @ Rutgers Delaware @ East Carolina @ Harvard @ Richmond

1981 (5-6)

VMI @ Virginia East Carolina @ Virginia Tech Delaware @ Navy @ Ohio @ Furman Appalachian State The Citadel @ Richmond

1977 (6-5) 27 13 6 21 28 8 17 21 14 21 29 205

0 10 3 6 7 17 21 3 23 13 14 117

Colgate @ VMI @ Princeton @ Virginia Delaware @ Boston University @ Villanova @ Lehigh E. Tenn. St. James Madison Richmond NCAA PLAYOFFS Furman

13 17 31 24 24 10 20 39 28 21 10 24 261


Year-by-Year Results 1990 (10-3) 31 37 24 35 22 59 45 38 38 31 31 38 38 467

@ The Citadel Villanova Connecticut @ Virginia @ Delaware VMI Bucknell Lehigh Furman @ James Madison @ Richmond NCAA PLAYOFFS Massachusetts @ Central Florida

1993 (9-3) 34 14 7 63 12 47 17 17 28 21 10

27 35 0 45 49 53 51 31 47 45 31

0 52 322

28 442

New Hampshire @ Delaware @ Tulane Harvard VMI @ Northeastern Villanova James Madison @ Maine @ Massachusetts Richmond NCAA PLAYOFFS @ McNeese St.

14 42 10 17 6 6 17 26 23 28 17 34 240

1994 (8-3) 1991 (5-6) 48 21 26 28 36 40 24 21 37 13 49 343

@ Boston University Delaware @ Navy James Madison @ North Carolina @ VMI The Citadel @ Villanova @ Lehigh Samford Richmond

22 28 21 29 59 26 17 35 41 35 7 320

38 31 28 45 3 17 14 7 53 17 21 274

@ Rhode Island Delaware @ Furman VMI @ Virginia Northeastern Massachusetts @ James Madison @ Villanova Maine @ Richmond

17 7 26 7 37 12 23 33 28 0 20 210

1995 (7-4) 1992 (9-2) 21 31 36 51 21 43 7 14 44 26 34 35 328

VMI Boston University @ Harvard Brown @ Penn Towson State @ Virginia @ James Madison @ Colgate Lehigh @ Richmond EPSON IVY BOWL Nihon University

16 21 16 6 19 15 33 21 26 13 19 19 205

16 17 32 39 27 23 48 9 18 20 27 276

@ Virginia James Madison @ Northeastern @ New Hampshire @ VMI Rhode Island Pennsylvania @ Massachusetts Villanova @ Delaware Richmond

40 24 0 0 7 14 34 20 15 23 7 184

1996 (10-3) 33 23 40 47 31 21 30

@ Central Florida @ Rhode Island VMI @ Bucknell New Hampshire @ James Madison @ Villanova

39 16 21 0 7 26 21

21 10 30 28 45 35 394

Northeastern Delaware Massachusetts @ Richmond NCAA PLAYOFFS Jackson State @ Northern Iowa

14 7 (ot) 6 13 6 38 214

1997 (7-4) 31 29 41 22 20 12 38 38 13 0 10 254

Hampton @ Georgia Southern @ VMI @ New Hampshire Boston U. @ Northeastern James Madison @ UConn Villanova @ Delaware Richmond

6 28 12 24 17 33 25 17 20 14 7 203

1998 (7-4) 21 49 24 28 45 52 24 19 41 26 17 346

@ Rhode Island VMI Northeastern @ Villanova @ Temple Delaware @ James Madison New Hampshire @ Hampton Connecticut @ Richmond

13 0 21 45 38 45 12 31 34 34 42 315

2001 (8-4) 31 34 23 38 28 31 21 42 17 23 47 27 362

@ Massachusetts @ VMI @ East Carolina New Hampshire Hofstra Rhode Island @ Delaware Maine James Madison @ Richmond Villanova NCAA PLAYOFFS @ Appalachian State

10 0 38 28 34 34 17 20 10 20 44 40 295

2002 (6-5) 17 14 62 45 16 34 30 41 44 31 35 326

@ Indiana University @ Maine VMI Delaware @ Hofstra @ New Hampshire Northeastern @ Villanova Rhode Island @ James Madison Richmond

25 27 31 42 3 27 13 20 6 34 13 284

1999 (6-5) 27 9 6 42 45 20 35 37 24 16 34 295

@ Delaware (2 OT) @ NC State Furman @ Northeastern Villanova James Madison @ VMI Maine @ Rhode Island Massachusetts @Richmond

34 38 52 30 10 30 14 13 6 25 14 266

2000 (5-6) 16 55 10 7 31 26 17 14 26 48 18 268

@ Massachusetts VMI @ Furman @ Central Florida @ Maine Rhode Island Delaware @ James Madison Northeastern @ Villanova Richmond

36 15 34 52 28 16 28 28 15 41 21 314

Coach Laycock holds up the championship trophy at the 1992 Epson Ivy Bowl, where W&M topped Nihon University, 35-19.

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Zable Stadium Walter and Betty Zable, classes of 1937 and 1940 respectively, made a commitment of $10 million to the Campaign for the Fourth Century in the fall of 1990. The money will be used for athletics, graduate student aid and various other needs. In appreciation of this large gift, the College’s Board of Visitors approved the naming of the football stadium at Cary Field as the Walter J. Zable Stadium. A formal dedication was held November 3, 1990, prior to kickoff of that season’s 38-28 homecoming victory over Furman. A three-year letterwinner for the Tribe’s football team (1934-36), Zable is more than familiar with college athletics. He also lettered in baseball, basketball and track, and was an honorable mention All-America on the gridiron. After graduation Zable enjoyed a professional football career with the Richmond Arrows and the New York Giants. Besides being named to Sports Illustrated’s Silver Anniversary All-America team, he was a National Football Foundation College Football Hall of Fame Gold Medal recipient in 1980, and received the “Teddy” Award from the NCAA in 1987, which is presented annually to a distinguished citizen of national reputation and outstanding accomplishment who has earned a varsity award in college. Constructed in 1935 at a cost of $175,000, Zable Stadium at Cary Field has been home to a solid winning tradition for the Tribe gridders. The first game there was contested on September 21, 1935 and ended in a 0-0 deadlock with state rival Virginia in what was that year’s opening contest. Zable Stadium was financed by a grant for construction through the Public Works Administration during President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s administration. Improvements in the past decade have boosted Zable Stadium’s capacity to 13,279. However, in the 1985 Homecoming victory over Richmond, a record crowd of 18,054 packed the stadium and grounds. Heading into the 2003 season, William and Mary owns a cumulative 176-99-6 (.637) record at Zable Stadium, while head coach Jimmye Laycock has guided the Tribe to a 83-26-1 (.759) home mark during his 22-year tenure — including a school-record 13 straight victories from 1988-90. W&M’s 20-13 home loss to then No. 1 Villanova in the 1997 season snapped a Tribe 13-game home unbeaten streak dating back to 1995. The 1996 team was the sixth in the last 14 years to finish undefeated at home, and W&M sports a 63-15-1 record on Zable’s Bermuda surface in the last 79 games.

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Athletics Directors

Athletics Director Terry Driscoll With a strong personal commitment to the concept of the scholar-athlete and to competitive success, Edward C. “Terry” Driscoll, Jr. enters his eighth year as athletics director at the College. “In the athletic world, William and Mary is well recognized for a rare combination of two attributes: its academic strength in the classroom and its competitive strength on the field,” said Driscoll. “I look forward to the challenge of continuing the tradition of academic and athletic achievement.” A basketball All-America selection and an Academic All-America honoree at Boston College, Driscoll is an exemplary leader. Since his collegiate days, Driscoll has filled a variety of executive posts in the sporting goods industry, as well as completing an 11-year stint as a player in the National Basketball Association and as a player and coach in the Italian professional basketball league. Driscoll has supervised the marketing of athletic products in national and international markets, enhanced the television exposure of a variety of NCAA events (including the Final Four basketball tournament) and organized and directed such internationally recognized events as the World Cup soccer games in Boston and the women’s World Volleyball Grand Prix in Hawaii. The athletic program Driscoll directs fields a total of 23 men’s and women’s teams which boast strong records in NCAA, Colonial Athletic Association and Atlantic 10 competition. Last year was one of the most successful in W&M history as a school-record 10 teams competed in the NCAAs. Four teams won conference championships, while six squads ended the season nationally ranked in the top-25. Driscoll, who graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Boston College in 1969, began his postgraduate career as a first-round draft pick of the Detroit Pistons. Before joining the Pistons, however, Driscoll opted for a year of professional basketball in Italy where he fulfilled his dream of living abroad and learning a second language. He rejoined the Pistons in 1970 and played with the Bullets and Bucks before returning to Italy in the fall of 1975, where he was named Outstanding Foreign Player of the Year. He played three years before an injury forced his retirement in 1978. He then coached his former team to two Italian League Championships before returning to the United States. Driscoll began his post-playing career as an athletic sales promotion agent in 1980 and quickly moved up the corporate ladder. With the purchase of Bike Athletic by Kazmaier Associates in 1986, KSG Inc. was formed with the objective of becoming the first, and only, national sales agency in the Sporting Goods Industry. Driscoll was named president of KSG Inc. in 1987 and expanded the agency from 24 to 50 states by 1989. With the domestic sales agency in place, Driscoll expanded to international marketing and sales from 1989-93. 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 Communication - with Driscoll being named managing director and chief operating officer of NCAA International. Also in 1993-94, Driscoll assisted with the 1994 World Cup Organizing Committee as Venue Executive Director, and his Boston venue was cited for its operational success. In September of 1994, 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 as well as organizing the Women’s World Volleyball Grand Prix, a five-week competition in Honolulu. Driscoll resides in Williamsburg with his wife Susan. The couple has two children, Keith, 28, a 1997 graduate of Holy Cross, and Leslie, 24, a 2001 graduate of William and Mary.

Associate Athletics Director Barbara Blosser Barbara Blosser comes into her 12th year as the College’s Associate Athletics Director. Blosser started her career at William and Mary as the head women’s basketball coach in 1978 and guided the Tribe to a VAIAW crown in her first season with a school-record 16 wins (16-13). Her 1980 Tribe team (11-14) placed third, while the 1981 squad (16-16) was VAIAW runner-up. She was also at the helm during the 1984-85 season when William and Mary made the jump to NCAA Division I. Overall, she finished her coaching career with 115 wins, 84 of which came at William and Mary. When the College’s men’s and women’s athletic programs merged in May of 1986, she moved to administration, first serving as the Assistant to the Associate Athletics Director. Over the past 16 years, her administrative responsibilities at W&M have included the monitoring of financial aid matters, coordinating the scheduling of athletic facilities, supervision of coaches and staff and, currently, serving as the person primarily responsible for administering the day-to-day operations of the department. From October 1992 to June 1993 and August 1995 to July 1996, Blosser also served as acting athletics director in an interim capacity. For her efforts, she was named the first recipient of the John Randolph Inspiration Award. Blosser has served on various committees such as the NCAA Strategic Planning Committee and the Colonial Athletic Association Competition Committee. Blosser began her coaching career at the helm of the women’s basketball program at Ashland College in Ohio. During two seasons there, she led the Eagles to successive 15-7 and 16-8 ledgers. Her 1977 squad won the AIAW Region V Championship, while her 1978 team took the OAISW Small College title. A former three-sport standout at Ohio State, Blosser graduated Cum Laude in 1975 with a bachelor of science degree in physical education. At OSU, she was selected to both Phi Beta Kappa and Mortar Board. She competed in basketball, field hockey and tennis and captained both the basketball and field hockey squads her senior year. She went on to earn her master’s degree from the University of North Carolina Greensboro in 1978. In 1993, she was selected as a member of the first class of women inducted to the Ohio State University Athletic Hall of Fame.

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Athletics Administration Robb Dunn Assistant AD, Facilities/Operations Robb Dunn is in his second year as the College’s Assistant Athletics Director for Facilities and Operations. In this position, Dunn is responsible for budgets, maintenance and game-day operations of all Tribe athletic facilities. He oversees a staff of seven full-time employees. In addition to his duties with athletics, Dunn also coordinates all outside events held at William and Mary Hall. Prior to arriving in Williamsburg, Dunn served as the Facilities and Game Management Supervisor at the University of Michigan. In that capacity, Dunn managed six department facilities, as well as handling game management duties for baseball, basketball and football. Prior to assuming this position, Dunn spent five years at Michigan’s Yost Arena, including four years overseeing the consulting portion of the Sport Facilities Research Laboratory. He was also an adjunct lecturer and instructor in Michigan’s Sport Management and Urban Planning programs. A California native, Dunn earned a bachelor of arts degree in history from the University of California at Berkeley in 1993. During his undergraduate days, he lettered as a member of the Golden Bears’ football program and also worked for Cal’s department of intercollegiate athletics and recreational sports. He then went on to earn a master’s degree in kinesiology from Michigan in 1994. Bobby Dwyer Assistant AD, Development Bobby Dwyer, Assistant Athletics Director for Development, heads the W&M Athletic Educational Foundation, 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 graduated from Wake Forest in 1974 where he was a member of the varsity basketball team for three years and captained the squad. He received his master’s degree in higher education from W&M in 1994. He and his wife Patti have two sons, Patrick (19) and Peter (17), and live in Williamsburg. Frank Hardymon Assistant AD, Business Affairs Frank Hardymon joined the Tribe staff in October of 1997 as Assistant Athletics Director for Business Affairs. Previously, he managed the athletics budget at Villanova as the Associate Business Manager (1995-97). In his current role, Hardymon assists in formulating the athletic budget, and working with all head coaches and directors to manage the budget. He also oversees the day-to-day operations of the Athletics Business Office, with the assistance of Eric Roedl, the Associate Director of Athletic Business and Andrea Evans, the assistant athletic business manager. A University of Kentucky graduate, Hardymon worked in corporate finance for five years. He earned an MBA from DePaul and a MEd from Georgia in Sport Management. Hardymon resides in Williamsburg with his wife Lisa. They have a two-year old daughter, Emma, and a one-year old daughter, Grace.

Pete Kresky, Director of Marketing and Promotions Pete Kresky brings a vast amount of marketing experience into his second year as the Director of Marketing and Promotions for William and Mary’s athletics department. Kresky came to the College from Sarasota, FL, where he was a licensed realtor for Better Business Broker, Inc. Prior to that, Kresky was a vice president for Metal Supermarkets International, where he worked with marketing, soliciting, developing and securing successful franchises for the company. Also, Kresky has served as a corporate retail consultant for many companies, including Reebok and the Brooks Athletic Shoe Company. He was also an owner/president of a group of 17 sporting goods stores in the Washington area. He also holds experience in commercial and mortgage banking, where he has spent time as a chief operating officer and commercial loan officer, among others. Kresky resides in Williamsburg with his wife, Bonnie. Millie West Director of Special Projects An integral part of William and Mary athletics for more than 40 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 Special Projects. West also served as Women’s Athletics Director and coached both tennis and swimming in her tenure. A highly successful fundraiser, 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 Joseph J. Plumeri/W&M Pro-Am golf tournament which has reaped great benefits for the College. West coordinated W&M’s Indoor Tennis Center Project, which brought the state-of-the-art McCormack-Nagelsen Tennis Center onto the Williamsburg 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 received that school’s Alumni Achievement Award. West, who was awarded the USTA Educational Merit Award, was inducted into the William and Mary Athletic Hall of Fame. She serves on executive committees for the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame and Williamsburg Community Health Foundation and is a member of the Old Point National Bank Advisory Board. Alycia Libby Director of Special Events Alycia Libby joined the Tribe staff last September, filling the role of Director of Special Events. In this capacity she is responsible for such events as the Lord Botetourt Auction, Half Marathon, Hall of Fame Dinner and Athletic Awards Dinner to name a few. Prior to arriving at William and Mary, Alycia worked for three years in the marketing and special events department of DoubleClick, an internet advertising agency in New York City. A 1997 graduate of Marist College, Alycia worked at Grey Advertising as a copy writer her first two years out of college. Libby resides in Richmond.

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Timothy J. Sullivan President Timothy J. Sullivan first came to the College of William and Mary as a freshman in 1962. He left four years later with a bachelor ’s degree in government, a Phi Beta Kappa key and membership in Omicron Delta Kappa. Mr. Sullivan was elected president of the College on April 9, 1992 by the Board of Visitors and was sworn in as president on June 1, just eight months before the College began its 300th anniversary celebration. Sullivan’s life has been intimately linked with William and Mary. His wife, Anne Doubet Klare, was a fellow member of the class of 1966. Like other William and Mary alumni, they were married in the chapel of the

Sir Christopher Wren Building. After receiving a law degree from Harvard University in 1969, Sullivan went on to serve in the Army Signal Corps in Vietnam, where he received the Army Commendation Medal, First Oak Leaf Cluster and Bronze Star. Mr. Sullivan came back to William and Mary in 1972 as an assistant professor at the Marshall-Wythe School of Law where he specialized in teaching contract law. He rose quickly, becoming an associate law professor in 1974, then full professor and associate dean in 1977. In 1981 and 1982, he was visiting law professor at the University of Virginia School of Law. He served for nearly three years as executive assistant for policy for then-Governor Charles S. Robb. Sullivan returned to Marshall-Wythe in 1984, as the John Stewart Bryan Professor of Jurisprudence. He became dean of the law school in July 1985. He is a member of the Virginia State Bar and the Ohio State Bar and a Fellow of the Virginia Bar Foundation and the American Bar Founda-

tion, and he currently serves on the Board of Directors of the American Arbitration Association. Mr. Sullivan was given the Freedom of the Drapers’ Company in London in November 1992 and was installed as a member of the Livery in 2003. In April 1993 he received an LLD (hon.) from the University of Aberdeen. He received the Outstanding Virginian Award from the Virginia 4-H Foundation in 1999. Active in public service, Sullivan has been executive director of the Governor’s Commission on Virginia’s Future, counsel for the Commission on the Future of the Virginia Judicial System, a member of the Virginia Board of Education and the Governor’s Task Force on Substance Abuse and Sexual Assault on Campus. In addition, he was appointed by former Virginia Governor L. Douglas Wilder as chair of the Governor’s Task Force on Intercollegiate and Interscholastic Athletics. President Sullivan served as chair of the Council of Presidents for 1998 and 1999.

Henry A. Kissinger Chancellor Soldier, statesman, academician, author, peacemaker Henry A. Kissinger was installed February 10, 2001, as the 22nd Chancellor of the College of William and Mary. The former U.S. Secretary of State and Nobel Peace Prize winner also delivered the Charter Day address. Mr. Kissinger, who succeeded Margaret, The Lady Thatcher, as chancellor was selected last May by the Board of Visitors to a seven-year term that began July 1, 2000. Mr. Kissinger will officiate at ceremonies such as the spring commencement and future Charter Day celebrations, which commemorate the

College’s founding in 1693. He will also help the College extend its international reach by guiding the establishment of relationships with institutions and people around the globe. The charter established the position of chancellor, stating that the role should go to “one eminent and discreet person,” who would serve as the College’s representative to the English crown. During the preRevolutionary war era, either the Bishop of London or the Archbishop of Canterbury held the position. The first American chancellor was George Washington, who served from 1788 until his death in 1799. Born in 1923 in Furth, Germany, Mr. Kissinger immigrated to the United States in 1938 to escape Nazi persecution. After studying accounting at the City College of New York, he served in the U.S. Army and the military government of the defeated Germany after World War II. He received his Ph.D. in govern-

ment from Harvard University in 1954, where he taught as a member of the school’s faculty until 1969. In 1969, President Richard M. Nixon appointed him Assistant for National Security Affairs, and subsequently head of the National Security Council and Secretary of State, a post he held throughout the Ford administration. During his time in the post, Mr. Kissinger led efforts to establish detente with the former Soviet Union, opened the People’s Republic of China to the outside world for the first time since Mao Tse Tung came to power in 1949, and played a vital role in bringing an end to the war in Vietnam, among other things. For his efforts to end the war in Vietnam, Mr. Kissinger and his North Vietnamese counterpart, Le Duc Tho, were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1973. Today Mr. Kissinger is an international consultant and author.

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2003-04 Board of Visitors Susan A. Magill ’72 - Rector Alexandria, VA Hunter B. Andrews ‘42 L.L.D. ‘93 Hampton, VA William P. Barr McLean, VA Thomas E. Capps Richmond, VA J. Peter Clements, M.B.A.’82 Carson, VA Lawrence S. Eagleburger D.P.S. ’01 Charlottesville, VA John W. Gerdelman ‘75 McLean, VA Sarah I. Gore ‘56 Newark, DE Paul C. Jost ’76, J.D. ’88 Williamsburg, VA Suzann W. Matthews ’71 McLean, VA Jeffrey L. McWaters Virginia Beach, VA Joseph J. Plumeri II ’66 Scotch Plains, NJ Anita O. Poston, J.D. ‘74 Norfolk, VA Michael K. Powell ’85 D.P.S. ’02 Fairfax Station, VA L. Clifford Schroeder, Sr. Richmond, VA Barbara B. Ukrop ’61 Richmond, VA Henry C. Wolf ‘64 J.D. ‘66 Norfolk, VA 2003-2004 Student Representatives Brian R. Cannon College of William and Mary George A. Dodge Richard Bland College


Tribe Club 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 and program support for William and Mary’s studentathletes. Whether you are a former Tribe student-athlete, a proud alumnus/alumnae or a Tribe parent or fan, you are invited to join the Tribe Club. By joining, you are providing opportunities for many young men and women to experience both academic and athletic excellence here at the College. In addition to the coveted chance to support our student-athletes, the Tribe Club holds many fun and exciting events throughout the year. Members can enjoy tailgates, pregame and postgame events, golf outings and various other Tribe-related functions. To join, simply make a contribution to the Tribe Club/Athletic Educational Foundation and support the gifted and talented athletes in the Tribe family. As a member of the Tribe Club, you will feel a special sense of satisfaction by helping one of America’s truly outstanding groups of student-athletes.

W&M associate director of development, Brent Schneider is pictured above with alumni Mel Wright (center, Class of 1947) and Tom Whitmore (at right, Class of 1949) at an on-campus function.

PO Box 399 Williamsburg, VA 23187 (757) 221-3350 TribeClub@wm.edu www.TribeClub.com

The Tribe Club family gathers annually at the Joseph Plumeri Pro-Am tournament to raise money for W&M athletics. Pictured at this year’s tournament, from left: Bobby Dwyer, Ginger Klapp, Jane Bartholomew, Herb Klapp, Jim Kaplan, Jane Kaplan, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brino.

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Bobby Dwyer Associate AD, Development

Brent Schneider Associate Dir. of Development

Jean Beall Administrative Assistant

Peggy Lukas Secretary Senior

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W&M Athletics “Exercise and recreation ... are as necessary as reading; I will say rather more necessary, because health is worth more than learning. A strong body makes the mind strong.” —Thomas Jefferson, W&M Class of 1764 Few colleges in America can boast of the combination of athletic and academic excellence that is found at the College of William and Mary. Each year, more than 500 Tribe student-athletes, competing on 23 Division I teams, prove that it is possible to simultaneously excel at the highest levels of athletics and academics. Athletic Excellence The 2002-03 season was one of the best in W&M history, as the Tribe had a schoolrecord 10 teams compete in the NCAA Tournament. Four teams won conference championships, while six teams ended the season nationally ranked in the top-25. Each year the goal of the athletics department is to finish in the top-100 nationally in the NACDA Directors’ Cup standings and this season W&M far exceeded that standard, ending the 2002-03 campaign ranked 58th. It marked the eighth time in the last 10 years that the Tribe finished in the top-four in Virginia and first or second in the Colonial Athletic Association. William and Mary fields Division I teams for both men and women in basketball, cross country, golf, gymnastics, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, and indoor and outdoor track and field. There are also

field hockey, lacrosse and volleyball squads for women of the College, while there are two additional sports (baseball and football) for men. Overall, the College has proven dominant in the CAA, leading the league with 70 conference titles, 21 more than the next closest school. In recent years, it has become typical for W&M to win at least five conference championships and send seven or more teams to the NCAA Tournament each season. Academic Success The Tribe’s athletic accomplishments do not come at the expense of its students academic responsibilities. In the 2002-03 season, W&M student-athletes, who make up close to 10% of the entire student body, compiled a 3.03 grade point average. In 2002-03 the CAA began a ScholarAthlete of the Year award for each of the league’s 21 sports. Not surprisingly, W&M set the pace with five athletes winning the honor—Tara Flint (women’s soccer), Ali Henderson (women’s cross country), Adam Hess (men’s basketball), Chris Parsons (men’s track and field) and Ann Schnell (women’s golf)—more than any other school.

William and Mary A College of Champions NCAA Championships (2) Men’s Tennis (2) 1947, 1948 CAA Championships (70) Baseball (1) 2001 Men’s Cross Country (10) 1990, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2002 Women’s Cross Country (10) 1987, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998 Men’s Golf (1) 1985 Women’s Lacrosse (1) 1992 Men’s Soccer (6) 1983, 1987, 1995, 1996, 1999, 2000 Women’s Soccer (8) 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 Men’s Tennis (2) 1988, 1990 Women’s Tennis (16) 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002 Men’s Track and Field (3) 1992, 1993, 2003 Women’s Track and Field (4) 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 Volleyball (8) 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 2001 Atlantic 10 Football Championships (2) 1996, 2001 ECAC Championships (6) Men’s Gymnastics (2) 1992, 1994 Women’s Gymnastics (4) 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 Southern Conference Championships (48) Men’s Cross Country (15) 1955, 1956, 1957, 1963, 1964, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975 Football (4) 1942, 1947, 1966, 1970 Men’s Soccer (1) 1976 Men’s Indoor Track and Field (11) 1957, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975 Men’s Outdoor Track and Field (12) 1957, 1958, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975 Wrestling (5) 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1977

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W&M At a Glance The College of William and Mary The Best Small Public University in the United States For more than 300 years, William and Mary has been a symbol of academic distinction in America. Now, in its fourth century, the College is prepared to educate the leaders of the 21st century. The College of William and Mary was founded in 1693 by King William III and Queen Mary II of England. Four Presidents of the United States received their education at the College - George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe and John Tyler. The current chancellor of the College is former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, and he took over the post from former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. William and Mary was the first college to institute an honor code of conduct. The premier academic society, Phi Beta Kappa, was founded by William and Mary students in 1776. The Society of the Alumni, founded in 1842, is the sixth oldest alumni group in the nation. Now the College is designated as a “Public Ivy”, and ranks 15th among the best regional business schools. The Wren Building (1679) is the oldest one in the United States in which classes are still taught.

Lake Matoaka provides an on-campus field laboratory and recreational activities, and includes an ampitheatre to host concerts.

Did You Know? • W&M is the best small public university in the nation, according to an analysis by U.S. News and World Report. • W&M ranked sixth among all public universities in the analysis. • W&M ranked 30th overall among the nation’s best universities. • The average freshman retention rate is 96 percent. • The College’s student/faculty ratio is 12/1. • Over 46 percent of the classes at W&M have less than 20 students. • The maximum enrollment for freshman seminars is 17 students. • W&M ranked 17th in graduation rates for national universities. • Over 20,000 internships are posted on the school’s web site. • 10,400 high school students applied for 1,300 spots in the freshman class for the 2003-04 school year. • More W&M graduates go on to earn doctorates than any other university in the state of Virginia. • Over 83 percent of freshmen at W&M were in the top 10 percent of their high school graduating class.

In addition to the historic Williamsburg setting of the College, there are many other attractions offered within a reasonable driving distance from campus. W&M is located within three hours of Washington, D.C. Whether you like surfing at Virginia Beach (one hour away) or skiing at Massanutten (less than three hours away), there is something for everyone in the W&M vicinity. Amusement Parks Busch Gardens (Williamsburg, 10 min.) Water Country (Williamsburg, 10 min.) Kings Dominion (Ashland, 45 min.) Ocean Breeze (Virginia Beach, 60 min.)

You can watch the sunrise at Virginia Beach (below) or watch your life pass before your eyes on one of the thrilling roller coasters at Busch Gardens (right).

Sports/Concerts Norfolk Scope (Norfolk, 45 min.) Chrysler Hall (Norfolk, 45 min.) Harbor Park (Norfolk, 45 min.) Verizon Wireless Ampitheatre (Virginia Beach, 60 min.) Hampton Coliseum (Hampton, 30 min.) Richmond Coliseum (Richmond, 45 min.) Richmond International Raceway (Richmond, 45 min.) The Diamond (Richmond, 45 min.)

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Student Support Services Goals We take pride in the many achievements of William and Mary athletes, both in the classroom and on the playing field. These support services and many others are in place to help each student-athlete achieve their goals. It is our hope that at the completion of their undergraduate career they can reflect upon: 1. An academic experience that prepared them for a successful career. 2. An athletic challenge that brought many rewards. 3. A feeling of loyalty and pride in identifying themselves as a varsity athlete with a degree from The College of William and Mary.

Compliance and Academic Support As members of the Colonial Athletic Association and NCAA Division I, the College is committed to full compliance with all NCAA and conference regulations. The department has a fulltime Director of Compliance committed to assisting students, staff and coaches through education and monitoring of compliance issues. All entering students are assigned a faculty academic advisor through the Academic Advising Office, directed by Dr. Randolph Coleman. Students remain with this advisor until they declare a major at which time they select a faculty advisor in their major field of concentration. The Academic Advising Office provides support and guidance to students as they plan their academic progress to graduation. Within the athletic department, the Academic Support Coordinator is a valuable resource for student-athletes serving in a liaison role with the various student service offices throughout the campus community. The College has offices for Volunteer Services, Career Services, a Writing Resource Center and Oral Communication Studio, to name a few. The department offers a variety of study, life and career building skills programs, but holds firm to the concept of self-determination—each student must take responsibility for his or her collegiate

experience. Our goal is to assure that there is a support system in place to assist students to make positive and informed decisions.

Strength, Speed and Conditioning Tribe athletics is very proud of the Joseph W. Montgomery Strength Training Center, a 5,000 square foot weight training facility. Under the guidance of the Head and Assistant Strength Coach each sport is provided with a program designed to enhance individual strength and flexibility development specific to the skills and movements required for their sport. Individuals are educated on proper lifting techniques and workouts are monitored to assure safety at all times.

Sports Psychology

The athletic department has an on-staff sports psychologist, who holds a Ph.D. in sports psychology. All consultations are confidential and all student-athletes, teams or coaches are welcome regardless of the issues they wish to discuss. Consultation is available for sport psychology education, performance enhancement skills training, strategies for dealing with stress or injury, or for personal issues that may affect performance. The sports psychology consultant is considered a member of the Counseling Center and refers individuals to the Center when appropriate.

Sports Medicine The Division of Sports Medicine provides a comprehensive health care program for the department of intercollegiate athletics. The staff consists of a team physician, six fulltime certified athletic trainers, graduate and undergraduate student trainers and medical specialists from the local community. The College is also in the process of evaluating and pursuing CAAHEP accreditation of its entry-level athletic training education program. The team physician has overall responsibility for supervision of the sports medicine program. The priority for the athletic training staff is to enhance and assure lines of communication and cooperation among its staff, student-athletes, parents, coaches, the Student Health Center and involved medical specialists. Through a team approach to health care the sports medicine program can offer comprehensive health care services to the student-athletes in a caring and cooperative manner.

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Facilities The College of William and Mary and its student-athletes take a great deal of pride in the quality of its athletic facilities. Over the last several years, the College has bolstered its lineup of venues to match the success that the Tribe has shown in the athletic arena, which has been unmatced in the Colonial Athletic Association. William and Mary boasts some of the finest athletic arenas in the nation, from its newest venue, Albert-Daly Field, to the oldest, Walter J. Zable Stadium at Cary Field, a campus landmark since 1935. The College is committed to providing the student-athlete the most enjoyable and rewarding atmosphere possible.

• Home of the Tribe’s field hockey team • Made possible by a generous grant from the Anheuser-Busch Corporation • Playing surface is a unique combination of a poured pad with an Astroturf playing surface • Seats over 2,200 • State-of-the-art computerized lighting system and an elevated press box

• New home of the Tribe men’s and women’s soccer and lacrosse teams, slated to open in the fall of 2003. • Made possible by a generous grant from the Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ukrop • Natural grass playing surface • Named after longtime Tribe soccer coaches Al Albert and John Daly

• Home of Tribe baseball-made possible by a generous grant from Joe Plumeri • Seating for over 1,000 • Indoor and outdoor batting cages • Lighting for night games • Locker room, box seats and concessions

• Home of the Tribe’s football and track and field teams • Campus landmark since 1935 • Seating for more than 13,000 • Eight-lane 400 meter track surrounds the field and is home to the prestigious Colonial Relays • Joseph Montgomery football practice facility is located adjacent to the stadium

• Home of the Tribe’s tennis teams • Six indoor courts • Houses the ITA Women’s Tennis Hall of Fame • Mezzanine and Stadium seating areas • Built with a gift from W&M graduate Mark McCormack and his wife Betsy Nagelsen • State-of-the-art lighting system and scoreboard

• Home of the Tribe’s tennis teams for the outdoor season • The College’s newest venue, completed in September, 2001 • Eight individual hard court surfaces • Features California Corners, a unique design that includes quarter fences that run along the sidelines to allow uninterrupted play • Stadium seating for approximately 500 • State-of-the-art lighting system to accomodate night matches

• Home of the Tribe’s basketball, gymnastics and volleyball teams • Seats over 8,500 • Three-level building includes 12 locker room areas, a spacious training room, 5,000 square foot weight room and a gymnastics training center • The concourse and lower levels house administrative and coaching staff offices

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Media Information Pete Clawson enters his ninth year in the W&M Sports Information Office and his fifth as the Director. His responsibilities include overseeing the department, while also directly handling all aspects of media relations for the Tribe football, lacrosse and men’s gymnastics teams. A 1990 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, Clawson has assisted in the sports information departments at his alma mater, the University of Florida and Fresno State. While at Florida, Clawson was the primary contact for all electronic media interviews for the Gator football program. In his two years at Fresno State, he was responsible for all interviews and practice coverage for the football team, as well as serving as the media contact for the wrestling and track and field teams. The Dillsburg, Pennsylvania, native enjoys music, fishing and jogging. He and his wife, Catherine, were married this summer and reside in Williamsburg.

William and Mary Sports Information (757) 221-3344 (757) 221-3412 (FAX)

Dan Wakely Associate SID (757) 221-3368 ddwake@wm.edu

Chris Poore Assistant SID (757) 221-3370 cppoor@wm.edu

Mario Machi Sports Info. Asst. (757) 221-3344 sports@wm.edu

Paul Ring Sports Info. Intern (757) 221-3344 pjring@wm.edu

Athletics Telephone Directory - All Numbers are area code 757 Athletics Department: 221-3400 Football Office: 221-3337 Ticket Office: 221-3340 Tribe Club: 221-3365

Marketing and Promotions: 221-3353 Facilities and Operations: 221-3355 Sports Medicine: 221-3355 Zable Stadium Press Box: 221-3414

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. 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 at Cary Field, the press box officially opens at 11:00 a.m. Pregame notes, flip cards and programs will be available prior to the start of the game. Complete play-by-play and halftime statistics, as well as final team and individual statistics, are available immediately following the game. Radio Visiting radio lines may be rented 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 with the Sports Information Office 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. 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 directly below the press box. Individual William and Mary players’ names should be given to Pete Clawson during the fourth quarter and they will be made available to follow the coaches in the interview room. Interviews All requests for coach and player 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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Media Outlets Print Media Daily Press 7505 Warwick Boulevard, Newport News, VA 23607 (O) 757-247-4630; (F) 757-247-9420 Doug Roberson, Sports Editor 757-247-4638; droberson@dailypress.com Dave Fairbank, Beat Writer 757-247-4637; dfairbank@dailypress.com Richmond Times-Dispatch P.O. Box 85333, Richmond, VA 23293 (O) 804-649-6554; (F) 804-775-8085 tdsports@timesdispatch.com Jack Berninger, Sports Editor 804-649-6445 John O’Connor, Beat Writer 804-649-6233; joconnor@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

Radio WMBG (740 AM) 5351 Richmond Road, Williamsburg, VA 23188 (O) 757-229-7400 Bob Sheeran WSRV (92.3 FM) 207 Parkway Drive, Williamsburg, VA 23185 (O) 757-565-1079; (F) 757-565-2250 Jim Campana WBRG (1050 AM) 239 Ragland Road, Lynchburg, VA 24572 (O) 434-845-5916; (F) 434-845-5917 Brent Epperson W&M Radio Network Jay Colley 7 Forest Hill Drive, Williamsburg, VA 23185 Bob Sheeran 118 The Colony, Williamsburg, VA 23185

Atlantic 10 Football Teleconference Every Monday, the A10 will conduct a teleconference with each head coach. Each coach will have a 10-minute slot to discuss his team and answer questions from the media. Members of the media are strongly encouraged to participate in the questioning. For more details, please contact W&M sports information director Pete Clawson. The order of appearance is as follows: 10:00 a.m. - A10 update 10:10 a.m. - Jim Reid, UR 10:20 a.m. - Jimmye Laycock, W&M 10:30 a.m. - Andy Talley, VU 10:40 a.m. - Mark Whipple, UMass 10:50 a.m. - Mickey Matthews, JMU 11:00 a.m. - Jack Cosgrove - UM 11:10 a.m. - Don Brown, NU 11:20 a.m. - Tim Stowers, URI 11:30 a.m. - K.C. Keeler, UD 11:40 a.m. - Sean McDonnell, UNH 11:50 a.m. - Joe Gardi, HU

Virginian Pilot 150 West Brambleton Ave., Norfolk, VA 23501 (O) 757-446-2366; (F) 757-533-9004 Tom White, College Sports Editor 757-446-2368; tomw@pilotonline.com Frank Vehorn, Beat Writer 757-446-2374; fvehorn@pilotonline.com Flat Hat W&M Campus Center, Williamsburg, VA 23185 (O) 757-221-3281; (F) 757-221-3242 fhsprt@wm.edu Associated Press (Richmond) 700 E. Main St., Suite 1380, Richmond, VA 23219 (O) 800-552-9935; (F) 804-643-6223 Hank Kurz, College Sports hzurz@ap.org Television WTKR (CBS) Channel 3 720 Boush Street, Norfolk, VA 23510 (O) 757-446-1361; (F) 757-446-1376 Ted Alexander, Sports Director WTVR (CBS) Channel 6 3301 West Broad Street, Richmond, VA 23230 (O) 804-254-3645; (F) 804-254-3697 Lane Casadonte, Sports Director WRIC (ABC) Channel 8 301 Arboretum Place, Richmond, VA 23236 (O) 804-330-8829; (F) 804-330-8883 TBA, Sports Director WAVY (NBC) Channel 10 300 Wavy Street, Portsmouth, VA 23704 (O) 757-393-4692; (F) 757-397-8279 Bruce Rader, Sports Director WWBT (NBC) Channel 12 5710 Midlothian Turnpike, Richmond, VA 23225 (O) 804-230-2614; (F) 804-230-2789 Ben Hamlin, Sports Director WVEC (ABC) Channel 13 613 Woodis Avenue, Norfolk, VA 23510 (O) 757-628-6217/6215; (F) 757-628-5855 Scott Cash, Sports Director

The William and Mary Radio Network 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 19 years. Last year, 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 alumnus 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 16 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 this spring as an endowment was organized in his name by HAYFARL (a W&M football booster or-

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ganization) to provide scholarship support for a Tribe walk-on football player. For the second year in a row, Williamsburg affiliate WMBG-AM 740 will originate the broadcasts of all William and Mary football and basketball games. Also airing the network will be WSRV-FM 92.3, The Surf, W&M’s flagship station. Stretching over 150 miles of the state, the W&M radio network is the gateway to all of the Tribe action over the air. WMBG WSRV WBRG WPAK WCLM

740 AM 92.3 FM 1050 AM 1490 AM 1450 AM

Williamsburg Williamsburg Lynchburg Farmville Richmond

In addition, all W&M broadcasts can be heard online at www.TribeAthletics.com, the official internet home of Tribe sports.

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Norfolk State

Gardner-Webb

@ Richmond

@ Coastal Car.

Austin Peay

The Citadel (Charlotte, NC)

Marshall

@ UConn

Ball State

C. Michigan

Toledo

Oct. 25

Nov. 1

Nov. 8

Nov. 15

Nov. 22

Bowling Green Char. Southern

Oct. 11

@ N. Illinois

@ Liberty

@ E. Michigan

Oct. 4

Oct. 18

Georgetown

@ Ohio

Sept. 27

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Richmond

Delaware

@ UMass

Maine

@ Hofstra

@ Harvard

W&M

W&M

Virginia

Sept. 13

Sept. 20

@ R. Island

@ Davidson

W&M

Sept. 6

Albany

@ Navy

@ Michigan St.

Aug. 30

@ UNH

Villanova

@ Delaware

JMU

@ Northeastern

Richmond

@ W&M

UMass

Florida Int’l.

@ Hofstra

Montana

@ Villanova

UMass

@Northeastern

Maine

@ Navy

Rhode Island

@ UNH

W&M

@ Hofstra

West Chester

Richmond

Citadel

Rhode Island

@ Delaware

Richmond

Northeastern

@ Villanova

Hofstra

@ W&M

UNH

JMU

@ Maine

@ Kansas St.

Lock Haven

Northeastern

@ UMass

@ Liberty

@ R. Island

Hofstra

Char. Southern

@ W&M

UNH

@ UMass

Northeastern

Delaware

@ JMU

Elon

Maine

Villanova

@ JMU

W&M

@ Delaware

Villanova

@ Brown

@ Richmond

UNH

Northeastern

Fordham

@ Marshall

@ UNH

Rhode Island

@ Maine

@ W&M

Richmond

@Villanova

@ UMass

Hofstra

@ Virginia Tech

Liberty

Delaware

@ Maine

@Hofstra

@ Richmond

UMass

@ R. Island

JMU

Northeastern

UNH

@ Temple

Hampton (Aug. 28)

Maine

@ W&M

JMU

@ Hofstra

@ Richmond

Delaware

@ UMass

@ R. Island

@Villanova

@ C. Michigan

Central Conn.

W&M

@ Northeastern

@ UMass

Villanova

VMI

UNH

@ JMU

@ Maine

Rhode Island

@ Furman

@Delaware

Composite Schedule

2003 Tribe Football Media Guide  

2003 Tribe Football Media Guide