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2010 fvsu football schedule DATE

OPPONENT

SITE

TIME

8/28 9/4

AT MILES COLLEGE* MOREHOUSE COLLEGE* (MILITARY APPRECIATION DAY)

FAIRFIELD, AL FORT VALLEY, GA

W, 24-3 L, 34-47

9/11

VS. SAVANNAH STATE UNIV.

MACON, GA

W, 41-10

9/18

STILLMAN COLLEGE* FORT VALLEY, GA (PREVIEW, BAND, H.S. SENIOR DAY)

9/25

OPEN

10/2

BENEDICT COLLEGE* (HOMECOMING)

FORT VALLEY, GA

2 p.m.

10/9

AT CLARK ATLANTA UNIV.*

ATLANTA, GA

2 p.m.

10/16

TUSKEGEE UNIV.* (SENIOR DAY)

FORT VALLEY, GA

6 p.m.

10/23

AT KENTUCKY STATE UNIV.*

FRANKFORT, KY

1 p.m.

10/30

AT LANE COLLEGE*

JACKSON, TN

2 p.m. (CST)

11/6

VS. ALBANY STATE UNIV.* COLUMBUS, GA (21st ANNUAL FOUNTAIN CITY CLASSIC)

2 p.m.

11/20

NCAA PLAYOFF FIRST ROUND

TBA

TBA

11/27

NCAA PLAYOFF SECOND ROUND

TBA

TBA

12/4

NCAA PLAYOFF QUARTERFINAL

TBA

TBA

12/11

NCAA PLAYOFF SEMIFINAL

TBA

TBA

12/18

NCAA DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

FLORENCE, AL

TBA

*- SIAC GAME Donald Pittman, Head Coach Dr. Larry E. Rivers, President Dr. Percy Caldwell, Director of Athletics

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W, 56-2


DR. LARRY E. RIVERS, PRESIDENT Four years ago, Dr. Larry E. Rivers returned to his alma mater as the eighth president of Fort Valley State University (FVSU) in the Middle Georgia community of Fort Valley. It was a place known more for its peaches and pecans than its historically black state university. The former Florida A & M University administrator and history professor tackled several challenges. Under the leadership of Dr. Rivers, FVSU is experiencing phenomenal growth. When fall classes began this year, more than 4,000 students enrolled. To accommodate the expanding student body, several construction projects have been completed including Phase III of the Wildcat Commons student housing village; a science classroom and laboratory building; a new football stadium; and an adjacent student amenities building that houses retail stores, a food court and more! FVSU now offers new graduate and undergraduate academic programs. Dr. Rivers credits energized leadership and a major reorganization for the institution’s growth. Born in the Philadelphia suburb of Sharon Hill, Dr. Rivers graduated from Fort Valley State College (now University) with a Bachelor of Science degree in social science education before pursuing a master’s degree in history at Villanova University. Carnegie-Mellon University awarded him a doctor of arts degree in history and curriculum development in 1977, and Goldsmith’s College of the University of London added a doctor of philosophy in history degree in 2002. For more than twenty years, Dr. Rivers taught history at Florida A & M University, ultimately receiving the rank of “distinguished university professor,” one of only two on campus. Meanwhile he held a series of administrative appointments leading to his selection in 2002 as dean of the FAMU College of Arts and Sciences. Dr. Rivers’ Slavery in Florida, Territorial Days to Emancipation, published in 2000, garnered three national awards. He subsequently co-authored two additional volumes – Laborers in the Vineyard of the Lord: The Beginnings of the AME Church in Florida and For a Great and Grand Purpose: The Beginnings of the AMEZ Church in Florida – that have received scholarly acclaim. His teaching, research, publications, and community service have earned numerous citations for excellence. Ebony magazine featured Dr. Rivers as one of America’s future black leaders. Georgia Trend magazine named the president one of the “100 Most Influential Georgians” in 2008. He is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., the Fort Valley State University Alumni Association, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Sigma Pi Phi (The Grand Boulé) Fraternity, the Urban League and Prince Hall Masonic Lodge. The father of sons Linje Eugene and Larry O., Rivers is married to the former Betty Jean Hubbard, a native of Dry Branch, Georgia.

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DR. pERCY L. “CHICO” CALDWELL, ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Prior to his arrival at Fort Valley State University, Dr. Caldwell served as consultant to the president and interim director of athletics at Miles College. In that capacity, his responsibilities included crafting a compliance system in response to recent NCAA sanctions; drafting and implementing a compliance manual and student handbook; and developing a business improvement plan for the college. Earlier in his career, as an administrator and coach at Miles, Caldwell led the basketball team to four consecutive conference championships, advancing to the NCAA Division III finals once. Prior to employment at Miles College, he spent eight years as the director of athletics at Winston-Salem State University. While there, he helped the Rams transition from the NCAA Division II level to NCAA Division I competition (Football Championship Subdivision in football) through a five-year reclassification program. Under Dr. Caldwell’s leadership and guidance, WSSU completed construction of a $5.1 million athletic field house, a $1.3 million track and field complex, and a tennis facility. Prior to his departure, construction began on a state-of-the-art softball complex, as well as a first-class football practice field. At Iowa Valley Community College District, Caldwell was the director of planning and development; and his 35-year background in collegiate athletics includes service as the athletic director and head basketball coach at West Virginia State College, head basketball coach at South Carolina State University and assistant basketball coach and physical education instructor at Livingston University. For steady leadership, a vision and commitment to excellence, the administrator was awarded West Virginia Conference Coach of the Year in 1990 and Athletic Director of the Year in 1989. He built program funding from $200,000 in 1987 to $500,000 in 1988 and increased it to more than $1.5 million while at WVSC. Caldwell also was named Coach of the Year in 1978 by the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference; Miles College Teacher of the Year in 1979 and its Most Outstanding Administrator in 1977. The Miles College graduate earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology/psychology, a master’s in health, physical education and recreation at the University of Alabama-Birmingham, and a Ph.D. in higher education administration at Iowa State University. He is married and the father of two children.

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Casino Royale Eugene Leverson, Jr. Casino Night Fundraiser Please join us for the first Casino Night to benefit the Eugene Leverson, Jr. Scholarship Fund.

The proceeds from this event will be used to provide educational opportunities for students who wish to attend Fort Valley State University.

The night will be filled with live entertainment, delicious hors d’oeuvres, authentic casino games (Roulette, Craps, Black Jack, & Texas Hold’em), professional dealers, and a live prize drawing.

You can make a positive difference in the lives of many and help advance the mission of FVSU by making a tax-deductable contribution today.

Saturday, November 13th 2010  6:00 PM – 10:00 PM  Museum of Aviation  Century of Flight Hangar  Cocktail Attire Requested 

Advance Tickets - $30 General Admission- $40 For advance tickets or more information email us at wraacevents@gmail.com or call 478.955.0558.

Presented by the FVSU- Warner Robins Area Alumni Chapter. Call 478.960.7404 to advertise your group or business Sponsorship opportunities start as low as $75.


2010 FORT VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL quick facts Location: Fort Valley, Georgia Founded: 1895 Enrollment: 4,086 Nickname: Wildcats Name of Band: The Blue Machine School Colors: Royal Blue & Old Gold Stadium/Capacity: Wildcat/10,000 Playing Surface: Natural Grass Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference President: Dr. Larry E. Rivers Athletics Director: Dr. Percy Caldwell FAR: Dr. Gregory Green SWA/Compliance Officer: Mrs. LuWanna Williams Band Director: Mr. Kevin Jones Football Administrative Assistant: DaVina Jackson Head Coach: Donald Pittman, 2nd Yr. Alma Mater: Adams State University/1974 FVSU Record: 7-4 Career: 7-4 Office Phone: 478-825-6699 Assistant Coaches: Haskel Buff (Defensive Coordinator/Kickers & Punters/Special Teams) Joshua Dean (Outside Linebackers) Keithen DeGrate (Offensive Line) Glen Holmes (Quarterbacks) Terry Jones (Defensive Line/Recruiting Coordinator) Donald Pittman (Offensive Coordinator) Durwood Roquemore (Defensive Backs) Frank Turner (Defensive Line) Ivy Williams (Wide Receivers) Richard Willis (Running Backs) Equipment Manager: Anthony Broadnax Sports Medicine Director: Jeff Gilbert Game Videographer: Navarro Russell Cheerleader Coach/Advisor: Brenda Klutzz Sports Information Director: Charles Ward Office Phone: (478) 825-6437 Web Site: www.fvsusports.com Athletics Department Telephone: (478) 825-6888

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FVSU HEAD FOOTBALL COACH, DONALD PITTMAN Prior to his arrival at Fort Valley State University (FVSU) last season, Pittman spent the previous seven years as offensive coordinator for the Golden Rams of Albany State University (ASU). During his tenure at ASU, Pittman’s offensive philosophy helped lead ASU to four Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) Football Titles and five appearances in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II Playoffs. Each year, under his leadership, the Golden Ram offense was consistently ranked among the best in the SIAC in every offensive category. In December of 2008, Pittman was named Head Coach of FVSU Football. With his appointment, he became the 13th head coach in the history of FVSU Football. In his first season as head coach, he led the Wildcats to a 7-4 record including a win in the Fountain City Classic against ASU. In addition to his impact on the success of the ASU football program, Pittman brings a wealth of coaching experience to FVSU from various levels. At the collegiate level, prior to his stint at ASU, he spent two years as offensive coordinator at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas. Before that, he spent a total of 18 years with Texas A&M University (Kingsville). For the first 15 years he served as running backs coach and in his last three seasons he was the team’s offensive coordinator. Pittman is a 1974 graduate of Adams State University and he received his masters in counseling from Texas A&M University. He is married to the former Rhonda Hughes from Corpus Christi, Texas.

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MEET THE FVSU ASSISTANT COACHES HASKEL BUFF DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR/SPECIAL TEAMS Defensive Coordinator Haskel Buff held the same position at Texas A&MKingsville for seven years before moving to Mt. San Antonio College as associate head coach and linebackers coach. A dean’s list student at Southern Utah, Buff also played at Tulsa and coached at University of Nevada Las Vegas for three seasons, as well as Texas Southern and West Texas A&M. Under Buff’s direction, Texas A&M Kingsville had a top 20 defense on multiple occasions. Buff was a finalist in 2005 and 2006 for the American Football Coaches Association Assistant Coach of the Year Award (Division II).

KEITHEN DEGRATE OFFENSIVE LINE/ASSISTANT HEAD COACH DeGrate played professional football in the World League with the San Antonio Raiders for two seasons and in the Arena Football League with the San Antonio Force, Cincinnati Rockers, and the Miami Hooters. DeGrate received his bachelors degree in sociology in 1996 and a masters degree in counseling in 1998.

FRANK TURNER DEFENSIVE LINE Coach Franklin Turner is a graduate of Albany State University and received a bachelor’s degree in mass communications. As a football player for Albany State, Coach Turner was a two-year starter. In 2005 he was named to the All-SIAC Team (1st Team); Black College All American (1st Team); and D2 All American Honorable Mention.

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MEET THE FVSU ASSISTANT COACHES TERRY JONES DEFENSIVE LINE/RECRUITING COORDINATOR Terry Jones has a professional collegiate coaching career that spans over 24 years. Prior to his arrival at Fort Valley State University, he spent two years as defensive line and special teams coach at Northeastern State University. From 1994-2005, he was defensive line coach at Florida A&M University. During that period, Florida A&M University had 86 wins, seven consecutive play-off appearances, and five MEAC Championships. Before that, he was defensive line coach at Central State University for four years. The Marauders posted 39 wins, four play-off appearances, two national championships and two National Black Championships. From 1982 to 1990 he served as defensive coordinator and defensive line coach for the University of Central Oklahoma. Jones is a graduate of the University of Central Oklahoma with a bachelor of science in secondary education. On October 15, 2010, Jones will be inducted into the University of Central Oklahoma Athletics Hall of Fame. DURWOOD ROQUEMORE SECONDARY Durwood Roquemore is a former NFL cornerback with the National Football League. He was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in the sixth round of the 1982 draft. After two seasons he became a member of the Houston Gamblers of the United States Football League. After a one-year hiatus, he returned to the professional ranks as a member of the Chicago Bruisers of the Arena Football League (AFL) and in 1987 became a member of the Buffalo Bills. He returned to the Bruisers in 1988. In 1990, Roquemore played for the Albany Firebirds of the AFL. In 1991, he joined the Orlando Predators where he solidified his place in AFL history as one of the league’s best players. Upon retiring from the Predators, Roquemore was elected to the Arena Football League Hall of Fame. Coach Roquemore began his coaching career as defensive coordinator for the Albany Firebirds and held a similar position with the Houston Thunderbirds in 1998 and 1999. He served as head coach of the Richmond Speed from 1999-2000.

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MEET THE FVSU ASSISTANT COACHES GLENN HOLMES QUARTERBACKS Coach Holmes is a Jacksonville, Florida native with over 20 years of teaching and coaching experience on the collegiate and high school levels. He has served as FVSU’s quarterbacks coach since 2006. From 2005-06 he was specials teams and running backs coach at Clark Atlanta University. The previous two seasons he was the running backs coach at Morris Brown College and the assistant baseball coach. Coach Holmes coached at the high school level from 1988 to 2002. While at Lincoln High in Dallas Texas, he was assistant football coach and head baseball coach. Prior to that, he coached the defensive backs at the University of North Texas from 1984 to 1988. Each year from 2002 to the present, he has attended a coaching camp or clinic offered by an NFL franchise. IVY WILLIAMS WIDE RECEIVERS Coach Williams began his career as a graduate assistant at Xavier University (Ohio). As a student-athlete at Xavier, Williams was a three-year letterman who was named to the school’s famed “Legion of Honor.” His first full-time coaching job was at Middletown High School (Ohio). After Middletown, he joined the coaching staff of Marshall University where he served as running backs coach from 1974 to 75. With over 30 years in the coaching profession, his career includes coaching jobs at Kansas State University (1975-77); New Mexico State (1978); University of Kansas (1979-81); Arizona State University (1982-84); The Detroit Lions (1985-86); University of Akron (1987-88); and Texas Tech (1989-93).

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MEET THE FVSU ASSISTANT COACHES JOSHUA DEAN OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS Joshua Dean enters his second season as a member of the FVSU Wildcats Coaching Staff. This season Dean takes on the full-time position of outside linebackers coach.

RICHARD WILLIS RUNNING BACKS After a successful collegiate career as a running back at FVSU, Coach Willis begins his first assignment as a coach at his alma mater. Last season, Willis was the Wildcats leading rusher with 625 yards on 53 carries. He the season finished the season with seven touchdowns and 981 yards of total offense.

KENT SCHOOLFIELD WIDE RECEIVERS Originally from Jacksonville, Florida Schoolfield played football at Englewood High School, and made All American High School Football team. He moved to Georgia and attended Fort Valley State University. While at FVSU he became a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc., and also was a member of the wildcat football team in 1998-2001. He was the leading Wide Receiver in FVSU history.Schoolfield holds a degree in Education and a minor in Psychology. After graduating from FVSU he went on to play football for the Canadian Football League in 2003, while also playing arena football for the Georgia Force and arena II football for the Macon Knights. He is currently in his second year of grad-school.

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MEET THE FVSU ASSISTANT COACHES DIEGO DIXON STUDENT ASSISTANT Diego Dixon is a second year student football coach. He began coaching wide receivers with Coach Ivey Williams. He finished his football career at Fort Valley State University in the 2008-2009 season. He was a two-year starter. He will finish up his college career with a double major in Psychology and Health and Physical Education.

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Wildcat Coach to be inducted into Hall of Fame at Alma Mater Fort Valley State University (FVSU) Defensive Line Coach Terry Jones has been selected for induction into the Athletic Hall of Fame of his alma mater, the University of Central Oklahoma (UCO). Jones, a 1979 graduate, will join eight other UCO former athletes in the induction ceremony which takes place on October 15, 2010 on the UCO campus. Widely regarded as one of the best defensive linemen in the school’s history, Jones was a two-year starter at defensive tackle (1978 & 79). In his senior year, the UCO Broncos finished with an 11-2 record and as the NAIA national runner-up. In his two seasons of play at UCO, Jones tallied 200 tackles; two fumble recoveries; and a blocked kick. In his senior season, he received NAIA All-American Honors and was named to the first-team of All-District Nine. As a junior, he was selected to the All-District Nine Team and earned NAIA Player of the Week honors after an 18 tackle performance against Texas A&M-Commerce. In 2005, Jones was named to UCO’s All-Century Football Team. In 1980, Jones was drafted in the 11th round of the National Football League (NFL) by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. After his NFL experience, Jones returned to his alma mater to coach the defensive line. With his leadership the Broncos won the NAIA National Championship in 1982. When asked about his induction into the UCO Athletics Hall of Fame, Jones replied, “It’s the icing on the cake. I would have never imagined that football would have taken me this far in life. What I am most appreciative of is all the valuable lessons I learned from participating in the sport.”

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benedict college tigers Saturday, September 18, 2010 @ 6:00 P.M. Saturday, October 2, 2010 @ 2:00 P.M. Wildcat Stadium (Homecoming) Fort Valley, Georgia Series record: FVSU leads 14-5-0 (1946 1st year) (Last meeting: 2009, Benedict won 28-20) BENEDICT QUICK FACTS Location: Columbia, South Carolina Enrollment: 3,000 Founded: 1870 Nickname: Tigers Stadium: Charles W. Johnson (Artificial Turf) Stadium (Capacity): 11,026 Colors: Purple & Gold Conference: Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) National Affiliation: NCAA Division II President: Dr. David H. Swinton Athletic Director: Willie Washington SID: Derrick A. Johnson Office Phone: (803) 705-4535 Office Phone: (803) 705-4346 Home Phone E-mail: johnsonde@benedict.edu Website: www.benedict.edu COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Stanley Conner Record at BC: 15-18-0 (3rd year) Career record: 15-18-0 (3rd Year) COACHING STAFF 2010 SCHEDULE Michael Ellis (Offensive Line) Aug. 28 Morehouse * Howard Stearns (Linebackers) Sept. 4 @ Tuskegee * Nic Mckissic-Luke (Running Backs) Sept. 11 Kentucky State * Anthony Reddeing (Defensive Line) Sept. 18 South Carolina State Isaac Smith, Jr. (Defensive Backs) Sept. 25 Stillman * Brian Wajert (Quarterbacks) Oct. 2 @ Fort Valley State * Gerard Washington (Receivers) Oct. 9 @ Lane * Oct. 16 Albany State * Oct. 23 @ Miles * Oct. 30 Concordia-Selma Nov. 6 @ Clark Atlanta * SCOUTING REPORT Overall record: 8-3-0 Conference Record: 6-3-0 Offense: Spread Defense: 4-3 Multiple Offensive/Defensive Starters Returning: 6 Offensive/Defensive Starters Lost: Offensive/Defensive Lettermen Returning: N/A Offensive/Defensive Lettermen Lost: N/A

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L, 27-34 L, 18-34 L, 21-26 L, 20-61 W, 35-0 1:00 pm 6:00 pm 2:00 pm 1:00 pm 2:00 pm 1:00 pm

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2010 benedict college roster NO.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 29 30 31 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 46 47 48 49 50

NAME

POS. CL.

Kareem Dunlap WR Cornelius Pouncy WR Michael Adams QB Pat Riley QB Al Glay DB Ricardo Wallen RB Keith Ingraham WR Anthony Davis DB Milton Meyers RB Emmanuel Houston RB Anthony Foster P/QB Harlon Samuels QB Thomas McBride RB DeQuan Starling DB Gladel Brutus DB Kenyon Littles DB Jonathan James DB Stanley Rowe RB Renando Rose FB David Culbertson RB Bobby Crawford RB Marquez Gibson DB Travis Bonyfield DB Harry Sneed LB James Peterson RB Jeremy Vaughn DB Abdias Pacius DB Devongalo Crawford RB Anthony Jemison RB Andy Polanco P/K Nygel Hawkins RB Alvin Codner RB Sarnie-Greg Johnson DB Dominic Nyankun DB Tyquan Bazemore RB Carlos Perrymond RB Mon Rai Matthews LB Cordell Rodgers DB Tyri Harvey DB Josh Walker DB Alexander Hamilton RB Domenic Silvera DB Martin Epps DB Reynard Parks LB

HGT. WGT. HOMETOWN

SR 6’2’’ SR 6’3’’ SO 6’3’’ RS-SR 6’0” RS-SR 5’10” SR 5’10 RS-FR 6’2’’ RS-JR 6”0” JR 5’9” SO 5’8’’ SR 5’11’’ FR 5’11’’ RS-SO 5’8” JR 5’9’’ RS-SR 6’0’’ SR 5’10” JR 5’11” RS-JR 5’9” RS-SR 6’0’’ JR 5’9” RS-SR 5’8” SR 6’1’’ SO 5’8” RS-JR 5’11’’ SO 5’10’’ JR 5’9’’ RS-FR 5’11 RS-JR 5’10” JR 6’0” JR 5’10” FR 5’10’’ JR 5’10’’ SR 6’0’’ JR 6’0” FR 5’10’’ FR 5’8” SR 6’0” JR 6’1’’ FR 5’11” JR 6’2’’ FR 5’11” RS-SO 5’8’’ FR 5’11” FR 5’10’’

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185 185 172 180 180 190 180 205 200 165 210 175 165 178 175 170 193 188 203 205 190 185 185 200 218 184 190 220 197 200 197 160 185 180 180 180 185 175 191 200 178 175 175 220

Rock Hill, SC Miami , FL Riverdale, GA Attapulgus,GA Sliver Springs, MD Naples, FL Miami, FL Montgomery, AL Augusta, GA Newnan, GA Mobile, Al Jacksonville, FL Jacksonville, FL Hawkinsville, GA Neptune, NJ Pensacola, FL Opelika, AL Carrolton, GA Lynchburg, VA Boise, ID Fort Lauderdale, FL Augusta, GA Ft. Myers, FL Phoenix City, AL Sacramento, CA Starkville, MS Neptune, NJ Atlanta, GA Bessemer, AL Los Angeles, CA Mobile, AL Kissimmee, FL Miami, FL Monrovia, Liberia Columbus, GA Decatur, GA Riverdale, MD West Palm Beach, FL Titusville, FL Tampa, FL Titusville, FL Miami, FL Augusta, GA Baltimore, MD


2010 benedict college roster NO.

51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 62 63 64 65 67 68 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 90 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99

NAME

POS. CL.

Eric Camper LB Joshua Bradley LB Deymound Wright OL Tyrone Davis DL Perez Nelson DB Mikhail Lindsey LB Tremaine Germany-BirdDL Andre McKenzie LB Whitton Ukah LB Justin Mack LB Jackie Harris II OL Michael Dozier Jr. OL Brandon Freeman OL Calvin Bullock DL Dimitri Anthony OL Jamaal Henry OL Wesley Journey OL Eddie Vickers OL Brandon Johnson OL Barrington Young OL Kadeem Perry OL Rivera Jackson OL Corey Gardhigh WR Rakim Trapp-Jackson WR Jordan Kelly WR Kenneth Jennings Jr. WR Andrew Berryhill DE Quinnel Gines RB Bernard Kelly WR Hezekiah McDougle WR Jamaa Massaline DL Xavier Butts DL Quincy Brunson DL Damian Blakney DL Aaron Standberry DL Brandon Beech DL Willie Dunklin DL Abdul Ruise LB Quinton Wesley DL

HGT. WGT. HOMETOWN

JR 6’2’’ SO 6’3’’ RS-SR 5’11’’ JR 6’3” SO 6’1’’ JR 5’10” RS-FR 6’2” FR 6’1’’ RS-SO 5’11’’ RS-FR 6’0’’ SR 6’0’’ RS-SO 6’2” FR 6’0” RS-SO 6’2’’ FR 6’2” RS-SR 6’2’’ JR 6’5 RS-JR 6’4’’ RS-SR 6’2” RS-FR 6’6 FR 6’4” RS-SR 6’4’’ SR 6’3’’ SR 6’2’’ RS-SO 6’3’’ RS-FR 6’1’’ JR 6’4’’ RS-SO 5’7’’ RS-FR 6’2’’ RS-FR 6’3’’ RS-JR 6’2” RS-JR 6’4’’ RS-SO 6’2 RS-FR 6’3’’ RS-FR 6’2” RS-FR 6’3’’ RS-SO 6’8” SR 6’1” SR 6’5”

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245 224 268 236 226 207 240 218 235 225 330 360 335 284 230 350 350 340 320 340 242 400 215 183 205 195 260 160 200 190 270 215 250 256 272 230 240 225 340

Yazoo City, MS Brunswick, GA St. Matthews, SC Olympia, WA Theodore, AL Wichita, KS Orangeburg, SC Titusville, FL Atlanta, GA Orangeburg, SC Riviera Beach, FL Sebring, FL Valdosta, GA St. Matthews, SC Lancaster, SC Mobile, AL Atlanta, GA Vancouver, WA Tucson, AZ Columbia, SC Jacksonville, FL Florence, SC Cedartown, GA Jacksonville, FL Swampscott, MA Denmark, SC Tuscon, AZ Stamford, CT Atlanta, GA Jacksonville, FL Sebring, FL Cordele, GA St. Matthews, SC Hartsville, SC Jacksonville, FL High Point, NC Prichard, AL Lake Butler, FL Atlanta, GA


2010 benedict college depth chart OFFENSE

DEFENSE

WR: #1 Kareem Dunlap #2 Cornelius Pouncy

(SR 6’2 180) (SR 6’0 178)

DE:

#54 Tyrone Davis #96 Brandon Beech

(JR 6’3 235) (RS-FR) 6’3 230)

WR: #81Corey Gardhigh #83Jordan Kelly

(SR 6’3 210) LT: (RS-SO 6’3 205)

#99 Quinton Wesley #90 Jamma Massaline

(JR 6’5 340) (JR 6’2 270)

RG: #72 Jamaal Henry #67 Brandon Freeman RT: #76 Barrington Young #53 Deymound Wright C: #74 Eddie Vickers #64 Jackie Harris II LG: #78 Brandon Johnson #65 Michael Dozier LT: #73Wesley Journey #77 Kadeem Perry

(RS-SR 6’1 350) RT: (RS-SO 6’0 335)

#94 Damian Blakney #85 Andrew Berryhill

(R -FR-6’3 260) (JR 6’4 260)

(RS-FR 6’6 340) DE: #45 Abdul Ruise (SR 5’11 268) #97Willie Dunklin

(SR 6’0 220) (R-SO 6’8 240)

(RS-JR 6’4 340) OLB: #8 Anthony Davis (JR 6’0 330) #44 Tyri Harvey

(R-JR 6’1 205) (FR 5’11 190)

(SR 6’2 320) MLB: (RS-SO 6’2 360)

(JR 6’2 245) (SR 6’2 240)

(JR 6’5 350) (FR 6’4 242)

OLB: #5 Al Glay #27 Travis Boneyfield

(SR 5’10 190) (SO 5’8 185)

RB:

#10 Emanuel Houston #9 Milton Myers

(SO 5’8 165) (JR 5’9 200)

CB:

#30 Jeremy Vaughn #19 Kenyon Littles

(SO 5’9 184) (SR 5’9 170)

FB:

#22 Renando Rose #34 Anthony Jemison

(RS-SR 6’0 203) SS: (JR 6’0 197)

#18 Gladel Brutus #49 Martin Epps

(RS-JR 6’0 180) (FR 5’11 175)

RB:

#15 Thomas McBride #20 Jonathan James

(RS-SO 5’8 165) FS: (RS-JR 5’11 193)

#25 Marquez Gibson #43 Cordell Rodgers

(SO 6’1 205) (JR 6’1 175)

QB:

#4 Pat Riley #3 Michael Adams

(RS-SR 6’0 180) CB: (SO 6’3 172)

#17 DeQuan Starling #6 Ricardo Wallen

(JR 5’9 178) (JR 5’10 190)

P:

#13

Anthony Foster

(SR 5’11 190)

K:

#35

Andy Palanco

(JR 5’10 175)

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#51 Eric Camper #42 Monrai Matthews


2010 fvsu depth chart OFFENSE

DEFENSE

SE:

#2 Ricardo Lockette (6-3, 215lbs, SR) #12 Terrell Walker (6-1, 210lbs., JR)

DE:

#55 Narada Williams (6-4, 255lbs., SR) #59 Courtney Davis (6-4, 240lbs., JR)

FL:

#4 An’thon Harris (5-9, 174lbs., SR) #15 Demario Barber (5-9, 165lbs., JR)

NG:

#1 Jason Thompson (6-5, 290lbs., SR) #95 Larry Dennis (6-2, 265lbs., SR)

TE:

#19 Tony Davis (6-4, 220lbs., JR) #85 LaRon Shaw (6-4, 225lbs., JR)

DT:

#97 Andrew Griffin (6-1, 285lbs., SR) #90 Dion Armstrong (6-3, 285, JR)

RT: RG: C: LG:

#74 Trevor Shaw (6-2, 303lbs., JR) #79 Christopher Brooks (6-4, 333lbs., JR)

DE:

#49 Christopher Riddles (5-10, 240lbs., JR) #45 Cody Nash (6-2, 225, SO)

#70 Trevon Williams (6-5, 348lbs., SR) #61 Antonio Wright (5-7, 230lbs., JR)

ROV: #7 Ricky Johnson (6-0, 194lbs., SR) #24 Courtney Love (5-10, 198lbs., SR)

#66 Bobby Young (6-0, 290lbs., SR) #67 Quavious Wright (6-0, 230lbs., JR)

MLB: #41 Reginald Goodrum (5-9, 220lbs., JR) #44 Denzell Carter (6-0, 220lbs., SR) WLB: #34 Courtney Daniel (6-0, 221lbs., SR) #58 Vandaral Shackleford (6-2, 240lbs., SO)

LT:

#76 Willie Brezial (6-6, 330lbs., JR) #62 Jared Nelson (6’3, 250lbs., JR)

FB:

#72 Samuel Chester, Jr. (6-4, 315lbs., JR) #65 William Council (6-1, 315lbs., SR)

#8 Bernard George (6-0, 180lbs., SR) #21 Tim Shelley (6-1, 190lbs., JR)

#28 LaBrandon Hudson (5-9, 200lbs., JR) #43 Micah Baisden (5-8, 235lbs., SO)

RCB: FS:

RB:

#6 Tony Reid Anderson (5-11, 190lbs., JR) #25 Wesley Denzel (5-9, 185lbs., JR)

SS:

#29 Darnell Burks (5-11, 186lbs., SR) #33 Ja’ Bois Glenn (5-10, 183lbs., FR)

QB:

#5 Eugene Smith (6-2, 225lbs., JR) #18 Nicholas Stephens (5-11, 185lbs., SO)

LCB: #11 Dominique Patterson (5’10, 181lbs., SO) #22 Bruce Suber (6-0, 180 lbs., JR)

SPECIALIST KR/PR: #4 An’thon Harris (5-9, 174lbs., SR) Punter: #27 Marquette King (6-1, 185lbs., JR) Kicker; #14 Justin Rosenbaum (6-2, 190, SO)

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#26 Dejuan Williams (6-0, 175lbs., SO) #30 Krystopher Thomas (5-11, 185lbs., SO)


2010 fvsu roster # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 47 48 49

Name Jason Thompson Ricardo Lockette Sheldon Dennis An’thon Harris Eugene Smith Tony Reid Ricky Johnson Bernard George Dionte Dinkins Brandon Anderson Dominique Patterson Terrell Walker Sean Frezell Justin Rosenbaum Demario Barber Lamontray Williams Dionte Morgan Nicholas Stephens Tony Davis Billy Mallard, Jr. Tim Shelley Bruce Suber Aaron Courtney Courtney Love Denzel Wesley Dejuan Williams Marquette King LaBrandon Hudson Darnell Burks Krystopher Thomas Travis Jones Emanuel Williams Ja’Bios Glenn Courtney Daniel Jesse Wallace Jason Griffin Tervarus Ages Dexter Jimerson Barrington Fagan Marion Lewis Reginald Goodrum Calvin Jackson Micah Baisden Denzell Carter Cody Nash Adrian Bentley Julian Suber Christopher Riddles

CLS SR SR JR SR JR JR SR JR SR SR SO JR SO SO JR SR SO SO JR JR JR JR JR SR SO SO JR JR SR SO JR JR FR SR JR SO FR SO JR FR JR SO SO SR SO FR SO JR

POS DL WR RB WR QB RB DB DB DB RB DB WR QB K WR WR CB QB TE RB DB DB RB DB RB FS P/K FB DB CB RB DE SS LB RB LB LB LB LB LB LB DB OL LB DE RB RB DE

HGT 6’5 6’4 6’1 5’9 6’2 5’11 6’0 6’0 6’2 6’0 5’10 6’1 6’1 6’2 5’9 5’8 5’9 5’11 6’4 5’10 6’1 6’0 5’9 5’10 5���9 6’0 6’1 5’9 5’11 5’11 5’7 6’3 5’10 6’0 5’9 6’2 5’10 5’11 5’9 6’2 5’9 5’8 5’8 6’0 6’2 5’7 5’8 5’10

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WGT 290 215 215 174 225 190 194 180 192 215 181 212 215 190 165 175 160 185 220 190 190 180 195 198 185 175 185 200 186 185 185 225 183 221 195 190 187 214 175 190 220 165 235 220 225 205 175 240

Hometown Dallas, TX Albany, GA West Lake, FL Miami, FL Pensacola, FL Albany, GA Atlanta, GA Blakely, GA Macon, GA Warner Robins, GA Brunswick, GA Niceville, FL Norcross, GA Owosso, MI Ashburn, GA Albany, GA Atlanta, GA Los Angeles, CA Fort Valley, GA Los Angeles, CA Macon, GA St. Louis, MO Alachua, FL Albany, GA Macon, GA Baxley, GA Macon, GA Thomson, GA Shellman, GA East Dublin, GA Tallahassee, FL Baxley, GA Lilly, GA Eatonton, GA Norcross, GA Jonesboro, GA Fort Valley, GA Brunswick, GA Fort Lauderdale, FL Fort Valley, GA Griffin, GA Macon, GA Albany, GA Auburn, AL Macon, GA Macon, GA Washington, DC Swainsboro, GA


2010 fvsu roster # 51 52 53 55 56 58 59 60 62 65 66 67 68 70 72 74 76 79 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 92 94 95 96 97 99

Name Demetrius Johnson Omar Braswell Cartavious Woods Narada Williams Rodney Thomas Vandaral Shackleford Courtney Davis Antonio Wright Jared Nelson William Council Bobby Young Quavious Wright Jaquez George Trevon Williams Sam Chester, Jr. Trevor Shaw Willie Brezial Christopher Brooks Eric McCree Randall Cooper Chris Broomfield Kareem Council LaRon Shaw Jordan Reaves Marquavious Trice

CLS FR FR FR SR FR SO JR JR JR SR SR JR SO SR JR JR JR JR SO SO FR SO JR JR SO Omotade Oluwadadamilola SO Curley Williams JR Dion Armstrong JR Kivis Middlebrooks FR Arthur Brewer JR Larry Dennis SR Prince Bender JR Andrew Griffin SR Garrett Sanders FR

POS DB LB LB DE LB LB DE OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL DL OL WR WR QB WR TE WR WR TE WR DL DL DT DL DE DL DE

HGT 5’9 5’11 5’10 6’4 5’11 6’2 6’4 5’9 6’3 6’1 6’0 6’0 6’2 6’5 6’4 6’2 6’6 6’4 6’1 5’8 6’1 5’7 6’4 6’0 6’1 6’2 6’4 6’3 6’2 6’1 6’2 6’3 6’1 6’0

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WGT 180 220 205 255 220 240 240 230 250 315 290 280 260 348 315 303 330 333 180 180 185 170 225 170 205 210 175 285 260 295 260 245 285 223

Hometown Miami, FL McDonough, GA Griffin, GA Douglasville, GA Quitman, GA Atlanta, GA Macon, GA Fort Valley, GA Byron, GA Green Love Springs, FL Inglewood, CA Hampton, GA Fort Valley, GA Decatur, GA Fort Valley, GA Montezuma, GA Macon, GA Ft. Lauderdale, FL Ft. Lauderdale, FL Marietta, GA New Orleans, LA Tallahassee, FL Lakeland, FL Atlanta, GA Talbotton, GA Atlanta, GA Savannah, GA Fort Valley, GA Scottdale, GA Ft. Lauderdale, FL West Lake, FL Miami, FL Augusta, GA College Park, GA


meet the wildcats

#1

Jason Thompson

#5

Eugene Smithv

#9

Dionte Dinkins

#13

Sean Frezell

#2

#3

Ricardo Lockette

Sheldon Dennis

#7

#6

Ricky Johnson

Tony Reid

#10

Brandon Anderson

#14

Justin Rosenbaum

#11

Dominique Patterson

#15

Demario Barber

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#4

An’Thon Harris

#8

Bernard George

#12

Terrell Walker

#16

Lamontray Williams


meet the wildcats

#17

Dionte Morgan

#21

#18

Bruce Suber

#25

#26

#29

Darnell Burks

Tony Davis

#22

Tim Shelley

Denzel Wesley

#19

Nicholas Stephens

#23

Aaron Courtney

#27

Marquette King

Dajuan Williams

#30

Krystopher Thomas

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#31

Travis Jones

#20

Billy Mallard, Jr.

#24

Courtney Love

#28

LaBrandon Hudson

#32

Emmanual Williams


meet the wildcats

#33

#35

#34

Ja’Bios Glenn

Courtney Daniel

Jesse Wallace

#37

#38

#39

Tervarus Ages

#41

Reginald Goodrum

#45

Cody Nash

Dexter Jimerson

Barrington Fagan

#42

#43

Calvin Jackson

Micah Baisden

#48

#47

Julian Suber

Adrian Bently

25

#36

Jason Griffin

#40

Marion Lewis

#44

Denzell Carter

#49

Christopher Riddles


meet the wildcats

#51

Deretrius Johnson

#56

Rodney Thomas

#60

Dioniciomal Wright

#67

Quavious Wright

#53

#52

Cartavious Woods

Omar Braswell

#57

Tremaine Eaves

#58

Vandaral Shackleford

#62

#65

Jared Nelson

#68

William Council

Jaquez George

#70

Trevann Williams

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#55

Narada Williams

#59

Courtney Davis

#66

Bobby Young

#72

Sam Chester, Jr.


meet the wildcats

#74

Trevor Shaw

#82

Randall Cooper

#86

Jordan Reaves

#76

Willie Brezial

#83

Chris Broomfield

#87

Marquavious Trice

#96

Prince Bender

#79

Christopher Brooks

#84

Kareem Council

#89

Curley Williams

#97

Andrew Griffin

27

#81

Eric McCree

#85

LaRon Shaw

#94

Arthur Brewer


Wildcats Steam Roll Tigers, 56-2

In Saturday’s match up with the Tigers of Stillman College, the Wildcats of Fort Valley State University (FVSU) introduced a new quarterback to the 6,000 plus fans who attended the conference contest. After Eugene Smith led a 56 point performance by the Wildcats, most agreed that the introduction went extremely well. With the Wildcats offense on its way to 362 total yards, Smith’s debut included an eight of 14 passing performance which accounted for 230 yards of the total. He also tossed four touchdown passes. Wide receivers Ricardo Lockette and Eric McCree caught three touchdown passes. Lockette scored on a 50 yard strike from Smith while McCree scored twice on passes of 70 and 30 yards. Smith opened the game’s scoring with a 17 yard touchdown pass to running back Tony Reid. On a day that featured new faces in the Wildcat line up, Smith wasn’t the only standout. Running back Billy Mallard took his first snaps as a Wildcat on Saturday. On nine carries, Mallard finished with 54 yards. He averaged six yards per carry and had a five yard touchdown run. Defensively, the Wildcats held the Tigers to just 95 yards in total offense. Newcomer Ja’Bois Glen led FVSU in tackles with a game-high eight. The freshman had two tackles for losses totaling 11 yards; one quarterback sack of 10 yards; and one fumble recovery. Defensive back Dominique Patterson continued to shine as a member of the Wildcat secondary. Last week’s Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) Co-Defensive Player of the Week, Patterson got another interception in Saturday’s game and returned it 59 yards for a touchdown. It was his third interception returned for a touchdown this season. Senior linebacker Denzell Carter contributed to the FVSU scoring tally when he returned a fumble 30 yards for a touchdown. The 56-2 win now takes the Wildcats overall record to 3-1. They are 2-1 in SIAC play.

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PROUD MEMBER OF THE SIAC

THE NEW SIAC “Blending 98 years of tradition with the future” Albany State University Benedict College Claflin University Clark Atlanta University Fort Valley State College Kentucky State University Lane College LeMoyne Owen College Miles College Morehouse College Paine College Stillman College Tuskegee University

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2010 VOLLEYBALL AND CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULES LADY WILDCAT VOLLEYBALL Date 9/3-4/10 9-6-10 9-13-10 9/16-18/10 9-20-10 9-24-10 9-25-10 9-25-10 9-27-10 9-28-10 9-29-10 10-4-10 10-5-10 10-11-10 10-13-10 10/15-16/10 10-19-10 10-22-10 10-27-10 10-28-10 10-30-10 11-1-10 11-5-10 11-8-10 11/9-13/10

Opponent Paine College Invitational Benedict College Clark Atlanta University SIAC Crossover Albany State University Benedict College Claflin University Paine College Edward Waters College Brewton-Parker College Spelman College Valdosta State University Paine College Clark Atlanta University Spelman College Betty Austin Invitational University of West Georgia Tuskegee University Edward Waters College Brewton-Parker College Tuskegee University Claflin University Albany State University Valdosta State University SIAC Tournament

Location Augusta, GA Columbia, SC Fort Valley, GA Albany, GA Fort Valley, GA Fort Valley, GA Fort Valley, GA Fort Valley, GA Fort Valley, GA Fort Valley, GA Atlanta, GA Fort Valley, GA Augusta, GA Atlanta, GA Fort Valley, GA Huntsville, AL Carrolton, GA Tuskegee, AL Jacksonville, FL Mount Vernon, GA Fort Valley, GA Orangeburg, SC Albany, GA Valdosta, GA Frankfort, KY

Time TBA 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. TBA 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. TBA 7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. (CST) 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. TBA

Head Coach: Emory Lightfoot (478) 825-6985 Student Assistant Coach: Sherriann Norris, Raven Wynn FVSU CROSS COUNTRY Date 9-17-10 9-25-10 10-2-10 10-15-10 10-27-10 11-5-10 11-20-10 12-1-10

Opponent Location Clemson Invitational Clemson, SC Morehouse College Atlanta, GA HBCU Challenge Durham, NC (North Carolina Central University) Winthrop University Winthrop, SC Morehouse College/Clark Atlanta Atlanta, GA University Pre-Conference Meet SIAC Conference Championship Atlanta, GA NCAA South Regional* Huntsville, AL (University of Alabama-Huntsville) NCAA Championship* Louisville, KY

*-Qualifiers Only Head Coach: Ellakeisha O’Kelley (478) 825-1227 okelleye@fvsu.edu

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Time TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA


2010-11 WOMENS BASKETBALL schedule LADY WILDCAT BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Date Opponent 11-16-10 Valdosta State University 11-27-10 Columbus State University 11-29-10 Miles College* 12-4-10 Lemoyne-Owen College* 12-7-10 Stillman College* 12/11-10 Claflin University* 12-19-10 Valdosta State University 1-4-11 Kentucky State University* 1-6-11 Lane College* 1-8-11 Albany State University* 1-10-11 Claflin University* 1-13-11 Paine College* 1-15-11 Benedict College* 1-18-11 Kentucky State University* 1-20-11 Lane College* 1-25-11 Miles College* 1-27-11 Lemoyne-Owen College* 1-29-11 Clark Atlanta University* 2-3-11 Tuskegee University* 2-5-11 Stillman College* 2-12-11 Albany State University* 2-15-11 Paine College* 2-17-11 Benedict College* 2-19-11 Clark Atlanta University* 2-24-11 Tuskegee University* *denotes conference game

Location Time Fort Valley, GA 7:00 p.m. Fort Valley, GA 2:00 p.m. Fort Valley, GA 6:00 p.m. Fort Valley, GA 2:00 p.m. Fort Valley, GA 6:00 p.m. Orangeburg, SC TBA Valdosta, GA 3:00 p.m. Frankfort, KY 5:30 p.m. Jackson, TN 5:30 p.m. (CST) Fort Valley, GA TBA Fort Valley, GA 6:00 p.m. Fort Valley, GA 6:00 p.m. Fort Valley, GA 6:00 p.m. Fort Valley, GA 6:00 p.m. Fort Valley, GA 6:00 p.m. Birmingham, AL 5:30 p.m. (CST) Memphis, TN 5:30 p.m. (CST) Atlanta, GA 6:00 p.m. Tuskegee, AL 5:30 p.m. (CST) Tuscaloosa, AL 5:30 p.m. (CST) Albany, GA TBA Augusta, GA 5:30 p.m. Columbia, SC 5:30 p.m. Fort Valley, GA 6:00 p.m. Fort Valley, GA 6:00 p.m.

Head Coach: Mr. Lonnie Bartley Assistant Coaches: Mr. Lonnie Freeman, Mrs. Tracy Rouse

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2010-11 mENS basketball schedule WILDCAT BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Date 11/5/2010 11/6/2010 11/16/2010 11/23/2010 11/29/2010 12/4/2010 12/7/2010 12/11/2010 1/4/2011 1/6/2011 1/8/2011 1/10/2011 1/1/32011 1/15/2011 1/18/2011 1/20/2011 1/25/2011 1/27/2011 1/29/2011 2/1/2011 2/3/2011 2/5/2011 2/6/2011 2/12/2011 2/15/2011 2/17/2011 2/19/2011 2/24/2011 3/2-5/2011

Opponent Georgia Southern University Talladega College Valdosta State University Georgia Southwestern University Miles College LeMoyne-Owen College Stillman College Claflin University Kentucky State University Lane College Albany State University Claflin University Paine College Benedict College Kentucky State University Lane College Miles College LeMoyne-Owen College Clark Atlanta University Morehouse College Tuskegee University Stillman College Morehouse College Albany State University Paine College Benedict College Clark Atlanta University Tuskegee University SIAC Tournament

Head Coach: John Douglas (478) 825-6969 Assistant Coach: Anthony Lamarr

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Location Statesboro, GA Fort Valley, GA Valdosta, GA Americus, GA Fort Valley, GA Fort Valley, GA Fort Valley, GA Orangeburg, SC Frankfort, KY Jackson, TN Fort Valley, GA Fort Valley, GA Fort Valley, GA Fort Valley, GA Fort Valley, GA Fort Valley, GA Birmingham, AL Memphis, TN Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA Tuskegee, AL Tuscaloosa, AL Fort Valley, GA Albany, GA Augusta, GA Columbia, SC Fort Valley, GA Fort Valley, GA Atlanta, GA

Time 7 p.m. TBA 7:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. 4 p.m. 8 p.m. TBA 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. (cst) TBA 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 7:30 p.m. (cst) 7:30 p.m. (cst) 8 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m (cst) 7:30 p.m. (cst) 7:30 p.m. TBA 8 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. TBA


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