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UWSP FOOTBALL Quick Facts

Founded:................................................................1894 Started Football:.....................................................1895 Enrollment:...........................................................9,000 Nickname:..........................................................Pointers Colors:........................................................ Purple & Gold National Affiliation:...............................NCAA Division III Conference:..................... Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Chancellor:............................................. Bernie Patterson Athletic Director:................................ Daron Montgomery A.D. Phone:...............................................715-346-3888 Athletic Dept. FAX:.................................... 715-346-4655 Stadium:...................... Community Stadium at Goerke Park Capacity:...............................................................4,000 Surface:............................................................. FieldTurf Press Box Phone:....................................... 715-341-5814

Sports Information

Sports Information Director:...................... Mitch Capelle Office Phone:.............................................715-346-2840 Email:................................................mcapelle@uwsp.edu Web Address:...................................... athletics.uwsp.edu

Coaching Staff

Head Coach:................................................ Tom Journell Alma Mater:............................ Wittenberg University, 1987 Office Phone:.............................................715-346-3758 Record at UWSP:..........................................First Season Career Record:............... 22-18 (Four seasons at Elmhurst) WIAC Record:...............................................First Season Assistant Coaches:................................ Aaron Vlcko (DC) ............................................................ Drew Burton (OL) .........................................................Drew Vanderlin (DL) ............................................................Anthony Aker (??) .........................................................Andrew Derksen(??) ................................................................ Scott Rice (??) ...................................................................Curtis Krump .......................................................................T.J. Martin .........................................................................Joe Marx ...................................................................Kody Morgan ...................................................................... Pat Knautz .........................................................................Jeff Jung Certified Athletic Trainers:........................... Amanda Helt ........................................................... Hanna Fredrickson Strength & Conditioning:..........................Drew Vanderlin ..............................................................Kelsea Martalock

2011 Record

Overall:.................................................................... 4-6 Conference (Finish):.....................................2-5 (t-sixth) Home:...................................................................... 1-3 Away:....................................................................... 3-3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost on Offense:............23/23 Letterwinners Returning/Lost of Defense:.............38/11 Letterwinners Returning/Lost who were kickers:..... 2/1 Starters Returning/Lost of Offense:......................... 5/6 Starters Returning/Lost of Defense:......................... 6/5 Starters Returning/Lost who were kickers:.............. 1/1 Offense: None

Returning All-WIAC

Defense: Colton Zimmerman............... Sr. DB/KR (2010 HM, 2011 HM)

2012 Schedule

Date Opponent Time 9/1 at St. Francis (Ind.) 11 a.m. 9/15 at Dubuque 6 p.m. 9/22 at UW-Whitewater 1 p.m. 9/29 UW-La Crosse - Pink Game/Spud Bowl 1 p.m. 10/6 at UW-Stout 1 p.m. 10/13 at UW-River Falls 1 p.m. 10/20 UW-Eau Claire - Homecoming/Hall of Fame 1 p.m. 10/27 UW-Whitewater 1 p.m. 11/3 at UW-Oshkosh 1 p.m. 11/10 UW-Platteville - Senior Day 1 p.m. All times are Central Standard. Home games played at Community Stadium at Goerke Park.

About UWSP The University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point was founded in 1894 as a teachers college. -

This is

UWSP serves the Central Wisconsin area and is cen-

trally located midway between Milwaukee and Minneapolis on the Wisconsin River. -

With more than 9,000 students (47% male, 53%

female), UWSP employs over 400 faculty/teaching academic staff and has the highest percentage of undergraduate courses taught by regular faculty in the UW System. -

UWSP is consistantly one of the top Public Mid-

western Universities-Master’s in U.S. News and World Report’s College Rankings. -

Conveniently located in the center of Wisconsin, the Stevens Point area has something for everyone! Nestled among an abundance of green space and waterways, enjoy our cross country ski trails, numerous hiking and biking trails or a game of golf. Visit quaint shops in our historic downtown district, explore museums and art galleries and take in a special event and tour.

46 percent of new freshman rank in the top 25

percent of their high school class and boast an average ACT score of 23. -

UWSP students benefit from average class sizes of

28 and get personal attention with a student/faculty ratio of 22:1. -

UWSP offers over 100 undergraduate program

choices within 54 majors and 67 minors in four colleges: College of Fine Arts and Communication, College of Letters and Sciences, College of Natural Resources and College of Professional Studies. UWSP also offers 13 graduate programs including a doctorate in audiology with UW-Madison. -

At the heart of the UW-Stevens Point campus is the new Dreyfus University Center. Its dining options, services, and amenities make it a fixture of everyday campus life. Visitors and the area community enjoy the Dreyfus University Center as well, and the facility is site of numerous events and conferences for off-campus customers who take advantage of such an impressive facility located in the heart of Wisconsin.

UWSP has a tremendous impact on the Central

Wisconsin community, bringing in an estimated $378 million dollars to the area each year. It is estimated that $78 million is spent by students and another $25 million is spent by visitors to campus. -

UWSP boasts the nation’s 28th-ranked International

Program with over 21 percent of all bachelor’s degree recipients having studied abroad. -

UWSP’s campus is nearly 400 acres and has 35

buildings including 14 residence halls and the 275 acre Schmeeckle Nature Reserve that features a 24 acre lake, Lake Joanis.

The DeBot Center has undergone several renovations over the past several years and serves as one of the main dining facilities for students. DeBot is open seven days a week serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. The lower level features a convience store and a made-to-order market where students can purchase food through their meal plan.

UWSP Dr. Bernie L. Patterson took over as Chancellor at UWStevens Point in July of 2010, becoming the 14th chancellor in the 116 year history of the university. Chancellor Patterson came to UWSP after serving as Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Oklahoma City University since 2002.

MISSION STATEMENT

UW-Stevens Point shares in the mission of the University of Wisconsin System. The mission of this system is to develop human resources, to discover and disseminate knowledge, to extend knowledge and its application beyond the boundaries of its campuses, and to serve and stimulate society by developing in students heightened intellectual, cultural, and humane sensitivities; scientific, professional, and technological expertise; and a sense of purpose. Inherent in this broad mission are methods of instruction, research, extended education, and public service designed to educate people and improve the human condition. Basic to every purpose of the system is the search for truth.

UWSP will open it’s newest residence hall in the fall of 2011. The suite-style dorm will be five stories tall and include 82 suites, room for 328 student beds. The building will obtain at least a silver LEED green building certification. UW-Stevens Point is again ranked as one of the best public universities in the Midwest. U.S. News and World Report places UWSP in the Top Ten Regional Universities in its 2011 rankings. UWSP has become a perennial all-star in the U.S News rankings, which take into account such factors as a school’s student retention and graduate rates, average class size, and the academic talent of the freshman class.

The College of Natural Resources at the UWSP is the nation’s largest and premier undergraduate institution for natural resources and environmental management.

Pointers have developed a reputation as one of the most involved and connected student bodies in the Midwest. With over 180 active organizations open to any student and a campus culture that promotes involvement, it’s easy to explore your areas of interest, as well as experience those you may just be curious about!

For More Information

Visit us online at http://www.uwsp.edu for more information about all the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point has to offer!

2012 ROSTER NO. 1 2 3 4o 4d 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 22a 23 24 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53

NAME Marc Young Matt Sosinsky Alex Wallace Bobby Cieplewski Dan Wall Evan Butts Tyler Wolf Robert Butler Cody Seibel Joe Dax Brandon Matznick Colton Zimmerman Theo Maglio Bo Seibel Mitch Beau Cody Nuernberg Alex Paup Tim Burmeister Craig Schumacher Bennet Wenzel Andy Kros Jay Kuenster Nic Bowe Adam Vesterfelt Jake Menzel Mike Longmeyer Mike Kelty Brian Kampstra Kyle Zoellner Seth Kuhn Ian Neville Skylar Stecker Zach Vallafskey Ethan Lockhart Brodie Johnson Austin Cordell Seth Schmidt Jake Bolks Nick Winch Scott Higgins Jake Luedtke Jymani Bryant Tyler Roberts Justin Ross Aaron Karlen Aaron Stauffacher Mitch Klapper Jon Pahl Matt Gaffney Jake Wunder Dakota Heidmann Mitch Chester John Kontowitz

POS. WR WR WR QB DB WR QB DL LB LB P DB WR LB QB QB DB S LB DB WR DB DB RB RB DB DB RB QB TE RB DB S RB DB LB DB TE TE K LB DT LB DL LB TE LB DE DB LB DB LB LB

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

WT. YR. 180 Sr 195 Fr 180 So 190 So 175 Jr 215 So 215 Sr 250 Sr 210 Jr 200 So 205 Sr 185 Sr 185 Sr 215 So 200 Jr 205 Fr 190 Jr 170 So 220 Jr 165 Jr 185 Jr 180 So 180 Fr 200 Fr 190 So 175 Fr 170 So 210 So 165 Fr 210 Sr 190 Fr 215 Sr 200 So 195 Sr 185 Jr 205 Fr 180 Fr 215 Jr 235 Jr 190 So. 210 So 230 Jr 205 Fr 255 Jr 235 Fr 205 Jr 230 Sr 235 So 190 Fr 205 Fr 185 Fr 245 Jr 230 Fr

HOMETOWN HIGHSCHOOL Detroit, MI Soutfield-Lathrup Princeton, WI Princeton Brodhead, WI Brodhead Milwaukee, WI Hamilton Milwaukee, WI West Allis Hale Oshkosh, WI North Kimberly, WI Kimberly St. Paul, MN Como Park Kewauskum, WI Kewauskum Ashwaubenon, WI Ashwaubenon Kiel, WI Kiel Iola, WI Iola-Scandinavia Wautoma, WI Wautoma Kewauskum, WI Kewauskum Fon du Lac, WI St. Mary Springs Kewauskum, WI Kewauskum Green Bay, WI SouthWest Milwaukee, WI Lutheran Oostburg, WI Oostburg Menasha, WI Menasha De Pere, WI De Pere Sauk Prairie, WI Sauk Prairie Cambridge, WI Cambridge Janesville, WI Parker Sheboygan Falls, WI Oostburg Manitowoc, WI Lincoln Sussex, WI Sussex-Hamilton Randolph, WI Randolph Glendale, AZ Ironwood New Holstein, WI New Holstein Waukegan, IL St. Joseph Catholic Hilbert, WI Hilbert Greenville, WI Hortonville Elkhorn, WI Elkhorn Altoona, WI Altoona Hartford, WI Hartford Oshkosh, WI West Pryor Lake, MN Prylor Lake Junction City, WI SPASH Medford, OR North Sussex, WI Sussex-Hamilton Oshkosh, WI North Ontonagon, MI Ontonagon Clintonville, WI Clintonville Edgar, WI Edgar Darlington, WI Darlington Green bay Ashwaubenon Darboy, WI Kimberly Menasha, WI Menasha West Bend, WI Living Word Lutheran Edgar, WI Edgar Green Bay, WI SouthWest Menomonee Falls, WI Menomonee Falls

2012 ROSTER NO. 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 94a 95 96 97 98 99

NAME Nate Erickson Reed Lehman Grant Parsons Jesse Vervelde Ross Groeschl Luke Hackl Tanner Harrington Riley Delzer Jake Root Matt Cuadra Gunner Tessmer Tyler Umentum Connor Selvey John Verhagen Kye Lystra Jordon Denfeld Eli Zdroik Taylor Lucas Matt Parsons Andy Coenen Justin Burton Brent Sisko Nick Ramcheck Justin Prince Mike Emro Nick Adams TJ Walkington Austin Waldvogel Ethan Quimby Alec Tutton Luke Neubauer Josh Wachowiak Tyler Thompson Garrett Schaetz Kyle Stephen Connor Patty Mark Wilson Ben Laska Alex Grahn Colin Destache Brad Hanson Alex Marriott Jimmy Sladek Lane Peterson Dan Brown Jake Bedor Mason Czekala

POS. OL LB LB K DL DE OL DL LB DL DL OL OL OL OL DL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL DL WR TE DB DB WR WR WR TE WR QB DB WR DE DL DE DB DB TE DL DL DL

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

WT. YR. 265 Fr 225 So 220 Fr 170 Fr 240 Jr 205 So 275 So 250 Fr. 195 Fr 310 So 230 Fr. 315 Sr 280 Fr 300 Fr 280 Jr 315 So 250 Fr 285 Fr 280 Fr. 280 Jr 295 Jr 220 So 225 Fr 305 Sr 295 Fr 285 Jr 175 Fr. 225 Fr 195 Fr 164 Fr 185 Jr 165 So 175 Fr 215 Fr 190 So 185 Fr 180 Fr 175 Fr 220 So 245 Jr 215 So 190 Fr 185 Jr 190 Fr 225 Fr 260 Jr 265 Jr

HOMETOWN HIGHSCHOOL Tomohawk, WI Tomohawk Edgar, WI Edgar Green Bay, WI Southwest Oostburg, WI Oostburg Chilton, WI Chilton Suamico, WI Bay Port Oshkosh, WI West Little Suamico, WI Oconto Falls Appleton, WI Menasha Oshkosh, WI West Athens, WI Athens Green Bay, WI Preble Elkhorn, WI Elkhorn Gillett, WI Gillett Cambria, WI Cambria-Friesland Two Rivers, WI Two Rivers Stevens Point, WI Homeschool Brookfield, WI Brookfield Berlin, WI Berlin Seymour, WI Seymour Kimberly, WI Kimberly Ladysmith, WI Ladysmith Green Bay, WI Bay Port Elkhorn, WI Elkhorn Mercer, WI Missouri Luxemberg, WI Luxemberg-Casco Bristol, WI Burlington Catholic Central Schofield, WI DC Everest Waterloo, WI Waterloo Stevens Point, WI SPASH Shawano, WI Shawano Plover, WI Pacelli Menasha, WI Menasha Kewaunee, WI Kewaunee Oshkosh, WI West Kenosha, WI Tremper Owen, WI Owen-Withee Omro, WI Omro Plymouth, WI Plymouth Green Bay, WI Bay Port Plymouth, WI Plymouth Wis. Rapids, WI Lincoln Merrill, WI Merrill Menasha, WI Menasha Waukesha, WI Pewaukee Shiocton, WI Shiocton Manitowoc, WI Lincoln

Staff Head Coach: Tom Journell Assistant Coaches: Aaron Vlcko, Drew Burton, Drew Vanderlin, Anthony Aker, Andrew Derksen, Scott Rice, Joe Marx, Kody Morgan, TJ Martin, Curtis Krump Equipment Manager: Jeff Jung

2012 Seniors

MARC YOUNG

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#1

2011: Second on team with 32 receptions and 380 receiving yards... tied first on team with three receiving touchdowns... Season-high six receptions for 81 yards vs. Albion College on Sept. 24. 2010: Did not play.

2009: Appeared in six games ... Had one blocked kick ... Had one punt return. 2008: Attended Fond du Lac Tribal Community College.

HIGH SCHOOL: Six-time letterwinner (three in football and track) ... First team all-conference ... All-area performer ... Honor roll ... High school coach Stephon Thompson.

POSITION: WR HEIGHT: 5-10 WEIGHT: 180 CLASS: SENIOR HOMETOWN: DETROIT, MI HIGH SCHOOL: SOUTFIELD-LATHRUP

PERSONAL: Communication major and sociology minor ... Member of Black Student Union, Lead by Example and multicultural leadership camp.

TYLER WOLF

#6

2011: Appeared in all 10 games, serving as the team’s holder ... Did not attempt a pass. 2010: Played in two games ... Finished 0-2 with an interception against La Crosse.

2009: Appeared in three games ... Was 2-2 for 13 yards against UW-Whitewater.

POSITION: QB HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 215 CLASS: SENIOR HOMETOWN: KIMBERLY, WI HIGH SCHOOL: KIMBERLY

HIGH SCHOOL: Five-time letterwinner (three in football, two in baseball) … Conference champions in football 2007-09 … State champions football in 2008 and 2009 … Conference champion baseball 2008-09 … State champions baseball 2007 … State runner-up baseball 2008 … Second team all-conference … Honor roll ... High school coach Steve Jorgenson. PERSONAL: Majoring in business ... Volunteer for DECA.

ROBERT BUTLER

#7

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2011: Appeared in five games.

COLLEGE: Attended Rochester Community Technical College for two years ... North Star Bowl appearance in 2009 and 2010 with the Yellowjackets ... Conference champions ... All-conference in 2009 and ’10 ... Two-time team captain ... Member of the Dean’s List three semesters in a row. HIGH SCHOOL: Eight-time letterwinner in football and track ... Conference champions in 2007 and 2008 ... High school coach Kirby Scull. PERSONAL: Undecided major ... Volunteer activities include admission possible, outreach ministry and football and basketball coach. POSITION: DL HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 250 CLASS: SENIOR HOMETOWN: ST. PAUL, MN HIGH SCHOOL: COMO PARK

BRANDON MUTZNICK

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2011: Averaged 39.2 yards per punt... Had seven punts of 50-plus yards... Downed 19 punts inside the 20.

2010: Played in three games … Averaged 35.4 yards per punt … Had one punt downed inside the 20 … Against Willamette, had three punts for 111 yards. 2009: Appeared in two games ... Averaged 47 yards per punt ... Had six punts for 243 yards against UW-La Crosse ... Longest punt was against UW-La Crosse for 66 yards.

HIGH SCHOOL: Six-time letterwinner, three in football and three in track … First team all-conference punter … All-region punter … Honor roll … Stellar student award ... High school coach Mike Nate. POSITION: WR HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 205 CLASS: SENIOR HOMETOWN: KIEL, WI HIGH SCHOOL: KIEL

PERSONAL: Major is undecided ... Volunteer for Kiel Junior Football Program.

COLTON ZIMMERMAN

#11

2011: Inside Wisconsin Sports Preseason DIII All-State team... Led team in kick return yards with 603... averaged 19.5 yards per kick return... season-high 62yard kick return vs. UW-Oshkosh on Nov. 5... finished with 42 tackles and one interception.

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2010: Honorable Mention All-WIAC defensive back … Named WIAC Special Teams Player of the Week on October 5th … Started in all 10 games … Finished the season with 38 total tackles, 34 unassisted … Had two interceptions against Missouri S&T … Had four pass deflections, one fumble forced and one fumble recovery … Had 549 all-purpose yards with 192 coming from kickoff returns and 287 from punt returns … Recorded six tackles in the season opener against Willamette University. 2009: Played in nine games ... Led team in kick return yards with 376 ... Had four tackles ... Had three tackles against UW-Platteville ... Longest kick return was 45 yards against UW-La Crosse. 2008: Attended University Minnesota-Duluth. POSITION: DB HEIGHT: 5-10 WEIGHT: 185 CLASS: SENIOR HOMETOWN: IOLA, WI HIGH SCHOOL: IOLA-SCANDINAVIA

HIGH SCHOOL: Eleven-time letterwinner (four in football and track, three in basketball) … Track state qualifier … Three time conference champions in football … State qualifier in football 2007 … Basketball state runner-up 2008 … Allconference football, track, and basketball … Honorable mention all-state football … High honors ... High school coach Scott Erickson. PERSONAL: Majoring in sociology and minoring in coaching ... Volunteers for hometown youth football camps.

THEO MAGLIO

#12

2011: Appeared in all 10 games ... Began the season as a defensive back before returning to offensive side of the ball as a wide receiver ... Four receptions for 144 yards and a touchdown vs. UW-Eau Claire on Oct. 22 ... Four receptions for 102 yards vs. UW-Whitewater on Oct. 29. 2010: Played in all 10 games, starting eight … Had 11 catches for 150 yards with a long of 44 … Scored three touchdowns … Recorded three catches for 66 yards and a touchdown against UW-Oshkosh on October 9. 2009: Appeared in one game.

POSITION: WR HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 185 CLASS: SENIOR HOMETOWN: WAUTOMA, WI HIGH SCHOOL: WAUTOMA

HIGH SCHOOL: Nine-time letterwinner, four in track, three in football and two in basketball … Conference champion in football … State champion in football … Conference champion in track … All-conference wide receiver and defensive back … All-conference track … High honor roll. PERSONAL: Major is undecided … High school coach Dennis Moon.

SETH KUHN

#30

2011: No stats.

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2010: No stats.

HIGH SCHOOL: Eight-time letterwinner, four in wrestling, two in both football and track ... All-conference linebacker ... Team captain in football … Honor roll ... High school coaches Greg Fictum and Chuck Lefeber. PERSONAL: Majoring in athletic training.

POSITION: LB HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 210 CLASS: SENIOR HOMETOWN: NEW HOLSTEIN, WI HIGH SCHOOL: NEW HOLSTEIN

SKYLAR STECKER

#32

2011:Played in 10 games... Finished season with 34 tackles... Recorded 5.5 tackles for loss and 1.0 sacks. 2010: Played in all 10 games, starting nine … Finished fifth on the team with 53 total tackles, 34 unassisted … Recorded 1.5 tackles for loss, 0.5 sacks, one fumble forced and one fumble recovery … Had two pass breakups … Had a career-high 11 tackles against UW-Whitewater on October 30th … Recorded 10 tackles and a 64-yard fumble recovery against UW-Oshkosh. 2009: Appeared in two games and had two tackles.

POSITION: DB HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 215 CLASS: SENIOR HOMETOWN: HILBERT, WI HIGH SCHOOL: HILBERT

HIGH SCHOOL: 10-time letterwinner, four in golf, three in football and three in basketball … 2009 conference champions and state runner-ups … First team all-conference selection on defense and second team allconference selection on offense … First team all-district and honorable mention all-state … Conference Defensive Player of the Year … Member of National Honor Society … High honor roll … Played in WFCA All-star football game ... High school coach Mike Breckheimer PERSONAL: Majoring in health promotion and wellness … Volunteer for church events.

ETHAN LOCKHART

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2011:Played in five games.

2010: Played in five games … Rushed for 50 yards on 16 attempts … Had career-highs in attempts (8) and yards (27) against UW-River Falls on November 6th. 2009: No stats.

HIGH SCHOOL: Seven-time letterwinner, two in football, one in baseball and four in swimming … Four time rugby club member … Conference champion in football … Fifth place state finish in Rugby … Three-time state qualifier in swimming … Two-time all-conference football … Threetime all-conference swimming … All-state academic … All-American academic … High honor roll ... High school coach Dean Wilson … POSITION: RB HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 195 CLASS: SENIOR HOMETOWN: ELKHORN, WI HIGH SCHOOL: ELKHORN

PERSONAL: Majoring in forestry ... Volunteer for the Boy Scouts of America … Eagle Scout.

MITCH KLAPPER

#47

2011: Did not play. 2010: Did not play.

2009: Appeared in three games.

HIGH SCHOOL: Five-time letterwinner, two letters in football and three in wrestling…2008 football conference championships…Four conference championships in wrestling…First team all-conference 2009…First team all-area 2009…Played in 2009 WFCA All Star game…Member of National Honor Society…High honor roll. PERSONAL: Undecided major…High school coach Larry Nelson…Is a summer school tutor and has participated in other community services. POSITION: LB HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 230 CLASS: SENIOR HOMETOWN: GREEN BAY, WI HIGH SCHOOL: ASHWAUBENON

TYLER UMENTUM

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2011: No stats.

2010: Appeared in seven games. 2009: No stats.

HIGH SCHOOL: Five-time letterwinner (two in football, three in wrestling) … Wrestling conference champions 2005-06 … High honor roll ... High school coach Prochnon. PERSONAL: Majoring in physical education with a coaching minor ... Volunteer for St. Phillips Athletic Club and Preble East Youth Wrestling.

POSITION: OL HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 315 CLASS: SENIOR HOMETOWN: GREEN BAY HIGH SCHOOL: PREBLE

JUSTIN PRINCE

#77

2011: Played in seven games, starting six on the offensive line ... Cleared the way for four 100-plus yard rushing games including a 232 yard performance against UW-River Falls.

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2010: Played in two games.

2009: Appeared in three games.

POSITION: QB HEIGHT: 6-6 WEIGHT: 305 CLASS: SENIOR HOMETOWN: ELKHORN, WI HIGH SCHOOL: ELKHORN

HIGH SCHOOL: Five-time letterwinner (three in football, two in baseball) … Conference champions in football 2007- 09 … State champions football in 2008 and 2009 … Conference champion baseball 2008-09 … State champions baseball 2007 … State runner-up baseball 2008 … Second team all-conference … Honor roll ... High school coach Steve Jorgenson. PERSONAL: Majoring in business ... Volunteer for DECA.

2012 OPPONENTS

at University of Saint Francis Sept. 1, 2012

at University of Dubuque Sept. 8, 2012

Location of Game:........................Fort Wayne, IN

Location of Game:........................... Dubuque, IA

Enrollment:..............................................2,300

Enrollment:..............................................1,545

Colors:...........................................Blue & White

Colors:...........................................Blue & White

Conference:....................................... MSFA MEL

Conference:............................................... IIAC

Affiliation:.................................. NAIA Divison-II

Affiliation:................................NCAA Division III

Head Coach:.................................. Kevin Donley

Head Coach:................................... Stan Zweifel

Years at School:............................................ 14

Years at School:..............................................2

Record:..................................................140-31

Record:..................................................... 12-7

Sports Information:.............................. Bill Scott

Sports Information:...........................Paul Misner

Athletic Website:............. saintfranciscougars.com

Athletic Website:................... dbq.edu/udathletics

2011 Win/Loss Record:.................................9-3

2011 Win/Loss Record:.................................9-2

Last USF Win:.................................First Meeting

Last UD Win:.............................................. N/A

Last UWSP Win:..............................First Meeting

Last UWSP Win:............... Sept. 22, 1984 (26-14)

All-Time Series Record:................................ N/A

All-Time Series Record:.................. 1-0-1 (UWSP)

at UW-Whitewater Sept. 22, 2012

vs. UW-La Crosse Sept. 29, 2012

Location of Game:....................... Whitewater, WI

Location of Game:.................... Stevens Point, WI

Enrollment:............................................11,615

Enrollment:.....................................................

Colors:.........................................Purple & Black

Colors:........................................ Maroon & Gray

Conference:..............................................WIAC

Conference:..............................................WIAC

Affiliation:................................ NCAA Divison-III

Affiliation:................................NCAA Division III

Head Coach:..................................Lance Leipold

Head Coach:.................................. Joe Dettwiler

Years at School:..............................................5

Years at School:..............................................1

Record:..................................................... 72-3

Record:.......................................................3-7

Sports Information:..................... uwwsports.com

Sports Information:...................... David Johnson

Athletic Website:......................... uwwsports.com

Athletic Website:....................... uwlathletics.com

2011 Win/Loss Record:............................... 15-0

2011 Win/Loss Record:.................................3-7

Last UWW Win:................. Nov. 29, 2011 (31-16)

Last UWL Win:.................... Oct. 1, 2011 (31-28)

Last UWSP Win:.................Oct. 25, 2008 (17-16)

Last UWSP Win:.................Oct. 23, 2010 (31-17)

All-Time Series Record:.................. 59-31 (UWW)

All-Time Series Record:.................43-12-4 (UWL)

at UW-Stout Oct. 6, 2012

at UW-River Falls Oct. 13, 2012

Location of Game:....................... Menomonie, WI

Location of Game:.........................River Falls, WI

Enrollment:..............................................9,312

Enrollment:..............................................6,796

Colors:..........................................Navy & White

Colors:........................................... Red & White

Conference:..............................................WIAC

Conference:..............................................WIAC

Affiliation:................................NCAA Division III

Affiliation:................................ NCAA Divison III

Head Coach:............................Clayt Birmingham

Head Coach:.................................... Matt Walker

Years at School:..............................................3

Years at School:..............................................1

Record:................................................... 19-11

Record:.......................................................1-9

Sports Information:.............................Layne Pitt

Sports Information:..............................Jim Thies

Athletic Website:................. athletics.uwstout.edu

Athletic Website:......................... uwrfsports.com

2011 Win/Loss Record:.................................5-5

2011 Win/Loss Record:.................................1-9

Last UWS Win:.................... Oct. 8, 2011 (22-19)

Last UWRF Win:.................. Oct. 4, 2008 (36-30)

Last UWSP Win:.................Oct. 16, 2010 (27-21)

Last UWSP Win:.................Oct. 15, 2011 (31-10)

All-Time Series Record:...............48-17-2 (UWSP)

All-Time Series Record:...............39-28-3 (UWRF)

vs. UW-Eau Claire Oct. 20, 2012

vs. UW-Whitewater Oct. 27, 2012

Location of Game:.................... Stevens Point, WI

Location of Game:.................... Stevens Point, WI

Enrollment:............................................12,281

Enrollment:............................................11,615

Colors:......................................Navy & Old Gold

Colors:.........................................Purple & Black

Conference:..............................................WIAC

Conference:..............................................WIAC

Affiliation:................................NCAA Division III

Affiliation:................................ NCAA Divison-III

Head Coach:...................................... Tod Glaser

Head Coach:..................................Lance Leipold

Years at School:..............................................6

Years at School:..............................................5

Record:................................................... 28-24

Record:..................................................... 72-3

Sports Information:...................... Kevin Meinholz

Sports Information:.............................. Tom Fick

Athletic Website:..................... uwebluegolds.com

Athletic Website:......................... uwwsports.com

2011 Win/Loss Record:.................................4-6

2011 Win/Loss Record:............................... 15-0

Last UWEC Win:.............Oct. 2, 2010 (20-13, OT)

Last UWW Win:................. Nov. 29, 2011 (31-16)

Last UWSP Win:.................Oct. 22, 2011 (28-24)

Last UWSP Win:.............................. Oct. 25, 200

All-Time Series Record:...............43-32-5 (UWSP)

All-Time Series Record:.................. 59-31 (UWW)

at UW-Oshkosh Nov. 3, 2012

vs. UW-Platteville Nov. 10, 2012

Location of Game:........................... Oshkosh, WI

Location of Game:.................... Stevens Point, WI

Enrollment:............................................13,600

Enrollment:..............................................7,500

Colors:.........................................Black & Yellow

Colors:.........................................Orange & Blue

Conference:..............................................WIAC

Conference:..............................................WIAC

Affiliation:................................NCAA Division III

Affiliation:................................NCAA Division III

Head Coach:..................................... Pat Cerroni

Head Coach:............................. Mike Emendorfer

Years at School:..............................................5

Years at School:............................................ 13

Record:................................................... 26-23

Record:................................................... 49-80

Sports Information:....................... Kennan Timm

Sports Information:...................... Danny Kambel

Athletic Website:....................... titans.uwosh.edu

Athletic Website:....................letsgopioneers.com

2011 Win/Loss Record:.................................7-3

2011 Win/Loss Record:.................................7-3

Last UWO Win:.................... Nov. 5, 2011 (38-24)

Last UWP Win:................... Sept. 10, 2011 (26-3)

Last UWSP Win:.................. Oct. 9, 2010 (41-17)

Last UWSP Win:................ Nov. 13, 2010 (45-24)

All-Time Series Record:...............59-42-8 (UWSP)

All-Time Series Record:...............49-32-3 (UWSP)

Coaching Staff

HEAD COACH TOM JOURNELL Now in his 25th year of coaching and fourth as defensive coordinator with UW-Stevens Point, Tom Journell takes over football coaching duties after longtime coach John Miech stepped down in December of 2011. Journell spent four seasons as the defensive coordinator for the Pointers, helping lead the team to a 19-9 record in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. Under his tenure the Pointers defense finished amongst the leaders in the league in almost every statistical category.

CAREER HIGHLIGHS -First season as coach at UWSP -22-18 record as a head coach -2008 WFCA Assistant Coach of the Year

In 2008, UWSP finished the season 9-2 overall and earned the program’s first playoff appearance since 2001. That year, Journell was honored by the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association as the organization’s Assistant Coach of the Year.

Previously, Journell spent 15 seasons at UW-River Falls, serving primarily as the defensive coordinator. He started with the Falcons in 1989 as the team’s secondary coach and after one season was promoted to defensive coordinator. In 1995, he was again promoted to assistant head coach, a position he held for the next eight seasons. Journell helped lead the Falcons to NCAA Division III playoff appearances in both 1995 and 1996 and aided UW-River Falls to its last WIAC title in 1998.

Prior to coaching at UW-River Falls, Journell spent two seasons as a graduate assistant coach at Miami University (Ohio) where he was an assistant defensive secondary and linebackers coach. He studied the game from legendary coaches Dave Prior to UWSP, Journell spent four Anderson, now executive director of seasons as the head coach at Elmhurst the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic College in Elmhurst, Ill. He compiled Association, and Terry Hoeppner, a 22-18 overall record in his four former Indiana University head coach. seasons with the Bluejays and ranks Journell attended NCAA Division III fifth all-time in Elmhurst history for Wittenberg University in Springfield, career wins. In his final three seasons at Elmhurst, the Bluejays posted back- Ohio, graduating in 1987. He was a four-year participant on the football to-back-to-back winning seasons for and baseball teams. the first time in 25 years. A native of Eaton, Ohio, Journell and his wife Betsy have two sons, Mack (14) and Tate (8).

20 SPORTS, 500 STUDENT-ATHLETES, 1 POINT

ASST. COACH AARON VLCKO Vlcko rejoins the Pointers staff for the 2012 season and will serve as the team’s defensive coordinator. Vlcko previously coached with the Pointers in 2010 and played the role of offensive coordinator. Vlcko began his coaching career as the running backs coach at Lindenwood College from 1994-96. He then spent eight seasons at Bemidji State from 1996-2003, serving first as the quarterbacks coach before taking over as the team’s offensive coordinator in 1998. Vlcko then moved on to Bemidji State University from 1996-2003, serving as the offensive coordinator. Vlcko returned to his alma mater, Coe College, in 2003 where he was the team’s quarterbacks and running backs coach as well as helped with special teams.

Following Coe, he spent four seasons at NCAA Division II Truman State University from 2005-08, a member of the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association, as the team’s offensive coordinator for four seasons before being named interim head coach in 2009. Vlcko graduated from Coe in 1994 with a bachelor of arts in economics and business administration. In 1996, he earned a master’s of business administration degree from Lindenwood, and in 1999 he earned a master of science in physical education degree from Bemidji State. Vlcko and his wife, Michelle, have a daughter, Ashlyn, and a son, Brandon. He will also serve as an instructor in the School of Physical Education and Athletic Training (PEAT).

20 SPORTS, 500 STUDENT-ATHLETES, 1 POINT

ASST. COACH DREW BURTON After two seasons as the graduate assistant coach for the offensive line and run game coordinator, Burton has accepted a full-time position as the team’s offensive line coach and recruiting coordinator in 2012. He will also oversee operations of UWSP’s Strength Fitness Center. Under Burton’s direction, the Pointers offense improved from 25.2 points per game in 2009 to 33.1 in 2010. UWStevens Point’s offense ranked second in the WIAC and 46th nationally in 2010. The offensive line also allowed just 15 sacks in 2010, second fewest in the league. The Pointers running game has also flourished under Burton’s guidance, as UWSP’s rushing attack improved from 122.7 yards per game in 2009 to 174.7 in 2010 with 16 rushing touchdowns. The team’s yards per carry also increased from 3.8 to 4.6 despite not having a solidified starter at running back. Burton’s 2010 running game was the first to average over 170 yards per game in nearly a decade.

Burton was a three-time letterwinner at NCAA Division II Grand Valley State University. He was a member of three national championship teams, including the 2003 team coached by Brian Kelly, current Notre Dame head coach. Burton also won a national title in 2006 under Chuck Martin. He played in 43 career games for the Lakers, including 17 starts. Burton transferred to Grand Valley from the University of Idaho, where he redshirted in 2001 and made the travel squad in 2002. Following his playing career at GVSU, Burton played in the Indoor Football League for the Muskegon Thunder for two seasons, playing offensive center, guard and defensive tackle. A Moscow, Idaho, native, Burton a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Grand Valley in 2006 and a master’s degree in education from UW-Stevens Point in 2012. Burton and his wife, Tracy, reside in Stevens Point.

Burton has had several players go on to earn All-WIAC honors in two seasons including Grant Malmquist, who was selected to play in the Aztec Bowl, the premier Division III All-Star game.

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ASST. COACH DREW VANDERLIN Vanderlin joins the Pointers after a successful career at NCAA Division II Michigan Tech University. He was a four-time letterwinner with the Huskies, where he earned four allconference awards as a defensive lineman. In his final season, the team captain was a D2football.com Honorable Mention All-American, a D2/D3 Scouting Combine Second Team AllAmerican and a Don Hansen Football Gazette Second Team Super Region Three honoree.

Vanderlin, a Green Bay, Wis., native, resides in Stevens Point. He will begin his first season with the Pointers, serving as the team’s defensive line coach. In addition, Vanderlin is CSCS (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists) certified and will serve in a dual capacity and oversee strength and conditioning programs for all UWSP sports. He earned his bachelor’s degree in exercise science in 2011 with a minor in Coaching at Michigan Tech.

Vanderlin received an invite to the Green Bay Packers Rookie Orientation camp during the summer of 2012 as a defensive end.

ASST. COACH TONY AKER Aker is in his second year as an assistant football coach for UWSP. The former wide receiver and return specialist played for the Pointers in 2009-2010. Prior to UWSP, Aker played for the Minnesota State Champion NJCAA Rochester Yellowjackets where he was First Team All-State, All-Region and All-American. Aker saw much success in the Pointer uniform as well, playing in 20 career games, which included 82 catches for 1,050 yards and 10 touchdowns, averaging 52.2 yards per game.

As a kick returner, Aker returned 21 kickoffs for 533 yards and one touchdown. For his efforts, Aker was named a Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) First Team All-Conference performer. The Milwaukee native left his mark on his high school as well as he led his 4 x 200 relay team a state record setting time in 2005 at Brown Deer High School. The 11-time letterwinner was the 2005 Milwaukee Sentinel State Athlete of the Year and the 2004 Conference Player of the Year.

20 SPORTS, 500 STUDENT-ATHLETES, 1 POINT

ASST. COACH ANDREW DERKSEN Derksen is in his third season as an assistant with the Pointers football program. The business administration major from Maple Grove, Minn., played one season for the Pointers before moving to the coaching ranks. Having coached on both sides of the ball, Derksen returns to his roots in 2012, working under defensive coordinator Aaron Vlcko, working specificly with the linebackers.

When last working on the defensive side of the ball, the Pointers defense held opponents to an average of 19.6 points per game, tying for second in the WIAC. The Pointers were also third in the conference in both rushing and passing yards allowed. As a defensive unit, UWSP ranked third in the WIAC and finished second in the conference to eventual NCAA national champion, UW-Whitewater. Derksen also coached unanimous WIAC All-Conference selection Peter Peterson who led the conference in forced fumbles and fumble recoveries.

ASST. COACH SCOTT RICE Rice is in his first season as an assistant coach for the Pointers, working as a special offensive assistant. The former Stevens Point Area Senior High coach brings a wealth of offensive experience and comes from a longtime football family. His brother Pat is the head football coach at Waunakee High School in Wisconsin.

His father Bill was a longtime football coach at McFarland High School and is a Wisconsin Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame inductee. His other brother Todd is the Director of Strength and Conditioning for the football program at North Carolina State University.

20 SPORTS, 500 STUDENT-ATHLETES, 1 POINT

2011 Statistics

  

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          

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           

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          

         

 

 

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               

                                                                                                               

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     

               

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              

     

 

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                                             

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  

                             

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              

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         

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    

                             



   

    



 



              



                             









     

       

      

      

    

    





 



       

       

   

  



     

    



 

     

                            

    



   

     



      

      

      





 

                                                       



       

 

   

     



   

                           

  





   

                           

 

     

              

   

                               

               

              

          



 

      





 

                                   



                                   



  

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                                 

                                                                                                     

                                 



                                 

 

        

                                                                   

                                 

                                 

                                 

                                 

                                 



                                 

    



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                     

                                   

        



                     

           





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                     

  



           

  

           



           

            

           

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  



 

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  

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                                                                                                           

           

           





           

  



           

           



           

           

           

           

   

           

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    



           

           

           





           

           

           

 

           



           

 

           

           

           

    

                       

           

   

            

           

           





                       



           

 

                       





           

           



           



           

                 

              

              

              

              

              

              

              

              

              

              

              

             

             

             

             

                                         

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LEGENDS

UW-Stevens Point football has put 83 former players and coaches into the Athletics Hall of Fame. Established in 1969, the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Athletic Hall of Fame was founded with the purpose of giving lasting recognition for outstanding contributions to the athletic program of the university, to help promote more interest in the university’s athletic programs among alumni and to display before students in attendance at the university the performance of past athletes who have contributed so much to making the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point a great school. Dennis Arthur

James Hansen

Fred Nimz

Henry “Tiny” Bannach

Jimmy Henderson

Jim Notstad

Kirk Baumgartner

Don Herrmann

Mark Olejniczak

Bruce Bay

Ron Hoenisch

Andy Palzkill

Warren Becker

Charles Houck

Harold Paukert

Wilber “Web” Berard

Ken Hurlbut

Rick Peot

Dick Berndt

Dave Hurlbut

Claremont “Sonny” Redders

Leroy Bishop

Jerry Jelinek

Chet Rinka

Theo Blanco

Don Johnston

George Rivers

Mike Blasczyk

Fred “Fritz” Kestly

Bob Rohde

Bob Bostad

Jim Koehn

Ken Roloff

Chuck Braun

Clint Kriewaldt

George E. Roman

Greg Charlesworth

Guy Krumm

Fran Roman

Mike Christman

Ken Kulick

Barry Rose

Jack Crook

Bill Kuse

Gerald Scheel

Greg Dantoin

Bernard Laabs

Mark Schommer

Kevin Deates

Joe LaFleur

Randy Simpson

Bob Dehlinger

Mike Liebenstein

Edwin “Slott” Slotwinski

Craig Ewald

Peter Lucas

Don Solin

Bill Ferge

Ted Ludeman

Eugene “Butch” Sorenson

Myron Fritsch

Chris Matthieson

Charles Sparhawk

Ted Fritsch

Forrest “Scotty” McDonald

Ron Ternouth

Mike Gaab

Jim McGuire

Don Unferth

Dave Geissler

Ted Menzel

Gary Van Vreede

Reed Giordana

Frank Menzel

Craig Verhagen

Jeff Gosa

Norbert “Nubbs” Miller

Henry Warner

Nolan Gregory

Don Moehling

Henry Yetter

Chuck Hanke

Bill Newhouse

WIAC All-time Team The Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) recognized the all-time football team in conjunction with the conference’s 2012-13 Centennial Celebration. All-Time Teams were selected in those men’s and women’s sports that were classified as “championship” sports at some point during the conference’s 100-year history. WIAC Commissioner Gary Karner remarked that it was an extremely difficult process given the 100-year span and incomparable success the conference has experienced in most of its sports. Karner noted that in some sports, even achieving All-American status didn’t necessarily guarantee an athlete a spot on the team. He also acknowledged that while disagreement is inherent and expected whenever there is a selection of an all-time anything (be it a team, restaurant or movie), the conference nonetheless felt it important to recognize studentathletes and coaches who have contributed to the success of the most accomplished Division III conference in NCAA history. The student-athlete representation on each team has relied heavily on input provided by the sports information director from each of the nine WIAC campuses, while the process for selecting the head coach(es) for each team also includes input from a panel of media representatives. The number of individuals selected per team varies depending upon the nature of the sport itself as well as the number of years the sport has/had been sponsored within the conference. The conference has also elected to establish a special “legacy” category to recognize those student-athletes and coaches who had extremely accomplished careers but competed during an era(s) when the compilation of statistical data was spotty at best and/or the style of play at that time does not translate for comparative purposes to the stats prevalent in the modern era. The WIAC “Legacy Team” will also be named at a later date. All-Time Team members were regonized at the WIAC Centennial Banquet, held at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison August 4, 2012.

Name

Years Participated

Hometown (High School)

Kirk Baumgartner

1986-89

Colby, Wis.

Chuck Braun

1978-81

Athens, Wis.

Reed Giordana

1974-77

Kaukauna, Wis.

Jared Jenkins

2007-10

Milwaukee, Wis. (Rufus King)

Scott Krause

2000-03

Waunakee, Wis.

Clint Kriewaldt

1995-98

Shiocton, Wis.

Barry Rose

1988-91

Baldwin, Wis. (Baldwin-Woodville)

Randy Simpson

1991-94

Phillips, Wis.

WIAC HALL OF FAME One of the most regonizable names in UW-Stevens Point football history, Clint Kriewaldt was inducted as an inaugural member of the newly-established Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Hall of Fame in 2012. Kriewaldt dominated at linebacker and running back for UW-Stevens Point from 1995-98 and earned AllWIAC First Team accolades all four seasons – the only player in program history to accomplish the feat. A perennial All-American, Kriewaldt was named the WIAC Player of the Year following the 1998 season after registering 115 tackles, including 20 tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks, three fumble recoveries, one interception and eight rushing touchdowns. Kriewaldt also recorded a career-best four rushing touchdowns against UW-Oshkosh in 1998. His career totals consisted of a school-record 416 tackles (second-highest total in conference history), including 54 tackles for loss, 7.5 sacks, three interceptions, 11 fumble recoveries and 16 rushing touchdowns. Kriewaldt was selected in the sixth round (177th overall) of the 1999 National Football League Draft by the Detroit Lions. In nine NFL seasons with the Lions and Pittsburgh Steelers, he accumulated 141 tackles and two interceptions, and he was a member of the Steelers’ Super Bowl XL championship team.

CLINT KRIEWALDT played nine seasons in the NFL, his first four as a Detroit Lion. He also won a Super Bowl with the 2006 Pittsburgh Steelers.

RETIRED NUMBERS

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One of the first great passers in college football history, Giordana left the Pointers with 25 school records, 13 conference records and 12 national marks. The Kaukauna native led the NAIA in passing three of his four years, ranking second as a junior. He was the WSUC MVP in 1976 and 1977, and was a first-team AllAmerican by both the NAIA and AP as a senior. Giordana later signed a free agent tryout with the Green Bay Packers.

REED GIORDANA 1974-77 QUARTERBACK #14

The all-time leading rusher in UW-Stevens Point history, “Nubbs” gained 3,282 career yards, and twice earned honorable mention All-American accolades.

Miller played two games into the 1953 season before he was drafted into the military, but was granted another year of eligibility and rushed for 1,158 yards for a 7.0 average per carry during his senior season in 1955.

25 NORBERT MILLER 1950-53, 55 RUNNING BACK #25 40

Miller had a tryout with the Baltimore Colts and was the last player cut in training camp.

ALL-WIAC HONOREES Ross Adamczak (2004) Anthony Aker (2010) Larry Aschebrook (1999–2nd) Ryan Aulenbacher (1999–2nd) Clint Bakken (2002–2nd, 2003, 2004) Kirk Baumgartner (1987, 1988–POY, 1989–POY) Jared Beckwith (2008, 2009–2nd) Eric Berendsen (1995, 1996–2nd, 1997) Keith Berens (1999) Lincoln Berg (2006–2nd) Clayt Birmingham (1994–2nd, 1995) Theo Blanco (1986–2nd, 1987–2nd, 1988) Mike Blasczak (1972) Bryan Blum (2008, 2009–2nd) Brett Borchart (2004–2nd) Bob Bostad (1988–2nd, 1989, 1990) Dave Brandt (1980–2nd, 1982–2nd) Dale Bratz (2006–2nd) Chuck Braun (1979, 1980, 1981) Brandon Bruger (2010–2nd) Dean Bryan (1993–2nd) Andy Chilcote (1991, 1992) Cody Childs (2003–2nd, 2004, 2005–2nd, 2006) Mike Christman (1985, 1986–2nd) Tim Cirlacks (1987) Ryan Cresson (2007–2nd) Brandon Czys (2005–2nd, 2006) Dan Dantoin (1986–2nd, 1987) Greg Dantoin (1986, 1987) Steve Day (1986) Kevin Deates (1987, 1988) Pete Deates (1993–2nd) John DeBonville (1977–2nd) Brion Demski (1981) Charlie Dercks (2008–2nd, 2009) Jacob Dickert (2006–2nd) David Diemel (1993–2nd, 1994, 1995) Jay Downey (1988–2nd, 1989–2nd) Al Drake (1977–2nd) Kim Drake (1986) Brian Drummy (1992–2nd, 1993, 1994) LeRoy Duerst (1977) Brett Ehret (2004) Scott Erickson (1979–2nd) Tim Erikson (1997–2nd) Aaron Evans (1998) Mike Evenson (1983–2nd) Craig Ewald (1986, 1987) Pat Fee (1967) Mike Feltz (1993–2nd) Bill Ferge (1966, 1967) Mike Ferron (2007–2nd) Mark Fetzer (1998–2nd, 1999) Tom Fitzgerald (1995–2nd) Cory Flisakowski (2002) Bill Flynn (1986) Jered Fohrman (2010) Pierce FollansbeeDelong (2009–2nd) Luke Frisch (2006–2nd, 2007–2nd, 2008) Mike Gaab (1983) Fred Galecke (1995, 1996) Lance Gast (2001–2nd) Tom Gaugert (1988–2nd) Dave Geissler (1985–POY) Reed Giordana (1975, 1976–POY, 1977–POY) Jeff Gosa (1975, 1976) Ryan Graboski (2007–2nd, 2008–2nd) Mark Gunderson (1982) Nick Haffele (2001–2nd, 2002, 2003) Brock Halstead (1998-2nd) Bill Hamilton (1972) Lee Hammen (1995) Brett Hanmer (1993, 1994)

Jim Hansen (1967) Nathan Harms (1994–2nd, 1995–2nd, 1996) Roger Hauri (1993–2nd) Mike Hayes (2006) Tom Heimerl (1967) Jimmy Henderson (1991–2nd, 1992, 1993) Bob Hoffman (1975) Joel Hornby (1995–2nd, 1996, 1997) Jared Jenkins (2008, 2009, 2010) Craig Johnson (2004–2nd) Eric Jones (1985–2nd) John Jones (2009) Brad Kalsow (2008) Kurt Kielblock (2002–2nd, 2003–2nd, 2004–2nd) Jon Kleinschmidt (1983–2nd) Bill Kolodziej (1987) Robb Kolodziej (2003–2nd) Shane Konop (1996, 1997) Scott Krause (2002, 2003–POY) Ryan Krcmar (1996, 1997) Clint Kriewaldt (1995, 1996, 1997, 1998–POY) Doug Krueger (1976–2nd) Dennis Lane (1985–2nd) Mike Lange (1999–2nd) Tony Laszewski (1989–2nd) Tim Lau (1982–2nd) Mark Leidel (1993–2nd) Dean Lew (1998) Bob Lewitzke (1981–2nd) Jim Lindholm (1985) Len Luedtke (1997–2nd, 1998–2nd, 1999) Pete Lucas (1989, 1990) Matt Lunder (2008, 2009, 2010) Grant Malmquist (2011) Al Mancl (1980–2nd, 1981–2nd) Dillon Maney (2000, 2001, 2002) Jim Mares (1988) Andy Martin (1998) J.T. Mathy (2007–2nd) Andy Matthiesen (1978–2nd, 1979–2nd) Chris Matthiesen (1976–2nd, 1977) Rod Mayer (1982–2nd) Pete McAdams (1991–2nd) Tom McKinney (1995) Doug Mittelstaedt (2001–2nd) Joe Mleziva (2009–2nd, 2010, 2011) Don Moehling (1988, 1989) Ed Molenda (1966) Kasey Morgan (2007) Peter Moskal (2004) Bill Newhouse (1977) Scott Nicolai (1987–2nd) Heath Novitzke (2001) Mark Olejniczak (1973) Bill Ott (1997–2nd) Tim Ott (1995–2nd) Guy Otte (1985) Justin Ourada (2010–2nd) Andy Palzkill (1999) Todd Passini (1992, 1993, 1994) Rick Peot (1976, 1977) Peter Petersen (2010) Ryan Petersen (2001–2nd) Steve Petr (1978) LaRon Ragsdale (2003–2nd) Mike Reuteman (1984–2nd, 1985–2nd) Mark Rietveld (1983–2nd, 1984, 1985) Dan Robinson (2005) Tony Romano (2004) Barry Rose (1989, 1991–POY) Rick Roth (1989) Cliff Ruland (2003, 2004) Randy Ryskoski (1981)

John Schmitt (1991, 1992) Paul Schmitt (2000, 2001–POY) Wally Schmitt (1999–2nd) Dave Schneider (1989–2nd, 1991) Nick Schneider (1994) Bob Schultz (1965) Andy Shumway (1981) Randy Simpson (1992, 1993, 1994) Rich Smigaj (1985–2nd, 1986–2nd) Don Solin (1977–2nd) Dave Steavpack (1986–2nd) Paul Steffeck (2000, 2001) Pat Stoehr (1977) Brandon Stremkowski (2008) Justin Szews (1998–2nd) Ron Ternouth (1965) Dan Thorpe (1980) Wade Ullsperger (1998) Nick Van Cuyk (2001) Tyyler VandenWyngaard (2008–2nd) Jason VanderVelden (2001–2nd, 2002) Josh VanderVelden (2003) Gary Van Vreede (1981, 1982) Nate Van Zeeland (1995–2nd, 1996–2nd) Ricardo Vega (2001) Craig Verhagen (1988–2nd, 1989, 1990) Jerry Verstegen (1992–2nd) Brad Vickroy (2007, 2008–POY) Jon Vissers (2005–2nd) Jason Wagner (1999, 2001) Henry Waters (1966) Shane Winterfeldt (2009, 2010) Ryan Woller (1999) Joe Zuba (1978) Scott Zwirschitz (1992, 1993) (First and Second Team Selections Only) (2nd=Second Team, POY=Player of the Year) (First and second team have been named since 1976, prior to 1976 only a first team was named) (If an athlete received All-Conference recognition at more than one position in the same season only the highest level of recognition is listed for that particular year) (Since 1965)

POINTERS ALL-AMERICANS Name Jared Jenkins Brad Vickroy

Pos. Year P

Organization

2009 American Football Coaches Association

DT 2008

D3football.com First-team

Brad Kalsow

WR 2008

D3football.com Second-team

Ross Adamczak

TE 2004

D3football.com Second-team

Scott Krause

2004

Football Gazette Second-team

QB 2003

College SID First-team

2003

D3football.com First-team

2003

Football Gazette First-team

Cory Flisakowski

KR 2002

Hewlett Packard Honorable mention

Paul Schmitt

DE 2001

Hewlett Packard Second-team

Name Kevin Deates

Pos. Year

Organization

DL 1988

Football Gazette First-team

1988

NAIA Second-team

Jay Downey

DL 1988

Football Gazette Second-team

Craig Ewald

DL 1987

NAIA First-team

Greg Dantoin

1987

Football News First-team

DB 1987

NAIA Honorable mention

1987

Football News Honorable mention

OL 1987

NAIA Honarable mention

Steve Day

LB 1986

Pizza Hut Div. III Honorable mention

Mike Christman

RB 1986

Pizza Hut Div. III Honorable mention

Tim Ciriaks

2001

D3football.com Second-team

1985

Football News First-team

2001

Football Gazette Third-team

Dave Geissler

QB 1985

AP Small College Honorable mention

Mike Gaab

WR 1983

NAIA Honorable mention

Chuck Braun

WR 1981

NAIA First-team

Paul Steffeck

OL 2001

Hewlett Packard Third-team

Dillon Maney

DB 2001

Football Gazette Honorable mention

Andy Palzkill

 DB 1999

Football Gazette First-team

1981

Kodak College Div. First-team

1999

Hewlett-Packard Second-team

1981

AFCA College Div. II First-team

LB 1998

Clint Kriewaldt

Hewlett-Packard First-team

1980

Sports Info. Directors First-team

1998

Football Gazette First-team

1980

NAIA Honorable mention

1998

Burger King Div. III First-team

WR 1977

AP Small College Second-team

1997

Football Gazette First-team

1997

Hewlett-Packard Third-team

1996

Football Gazette Second-team

Joel Hornby

OL 1996

Hewlett-Packard Third-team

1977

AP Small College First-team

Randy Simpson

DB 1994

Football Gazette First-team

1976

NAIA Second-team

Bill Newhouse

1977

NAIA Honorable mention

Chris Matthiesen

OL 1977

NAIA Second-team

Reed Giordana

QB 1977

NAIA First-team

1994

AFCA College Div. II First-team

1975

NAIA Honorable mention

1994

Champion Div. III Second-team

1975

AP Small College Honorable mention

1993 Champion Div. III Honorable mention

Jeff Gosa

WR 1975

NAIA Honorable mention

1992

Champion Div. III First-team

Mark Olejniczak

QB 1973

AP Small College Honorable mention

1992

AP Little All-American First-team

Mike Blasczyk

LB 1972

AP Small College Honorable mention

1992

Football Gazette Second-team

Bill Kuse

QB 1961

Williamson National FB Rating

Jimmy Henderson RB 1993

AP Little All-American First-team

Jack Crook

DL 1955

AP Small College Honorable mention

Norbert Miller

DL 1955

AP Small College Honorable mention

1993

Football Gazette First-team

1993

Champion Div. III First-team

Barry Rose

WR 1991

Champion Div. III Second-team

Pete Lucas

OL 1990

Football Gazette First-team

1990

AP Small College Second-team

1989

Pizza Hut Div. III Third-team

TE 1989

Pizza Hut Div. III First-team

Don Moehling

1988

NAIA Second-team

1988

Football Gazette Second-team

Kirk Baumgartner QB 1989

*Football Gazette First-team

1989

NAIA First-team

1989

Pizza Hut Div. III First-team

1988

NAIA First-team

1988

Football Gazette Second-team

1987

*Football News First-team

1987

NAIA First-team

FL 1988

NAIA Second-team

Theo Blanco

1988

Football Gazette Second-team

1952

AP Small College Honorable mention

Ken Roloff

DL 1954

AP Small College Honorable mention

Carl Wieman

DL 1952

AP Small College Honorable mention

* - National Offensive Player of the Year

Record book

CAREER RECORDS RUSHING Most Rushing Attempts-Career 611 Jimmy Henderson, 1991-93 538 Norbert Miller, 1951-53/55 487 Cody Childs, 2003-06 479 Mike Christman, 1983-86 442 George Rivers, 1961-64 Most Rushing Yards-Career 3282 Norbert Miller, 1951-53/55 3097 Jimmy Henderson, 1991-93 2079 Nate Harms, 1993-96 1935 Mike Christman, 1983-86 1929 Cody Childs, 2003-06 Most Rushing Touchdowns-Career 38 Jimmy Henderson, 1991-93 28 Norbert Miller, 1951-53/55 24 Cody Childs, 2003-06 23 Reed Giordana, 1974-77 22 Scott Krause, 2000-03 PASSING Most Passing Attempts-Career 1949 Kirk Baumgartner, 1986-89 1500 Reed Giordana, 1974-77 1346 Dave Geissler, 1982-85 1253 Brion Demski, 1978-81 1043 Scott Krause, 2000-03 Most Pass Completions-Career 997 Kirk Baumgartner, 1986-89 849 Reed Giordana, 1974-77 789 Dave Geissler, 1982-85 599 Brion Demski, 1978-81 566 Scott Krause, 2000-03 Most Passing Yards-Career 14847 Kirk Baumgartner, 1986-89 10107 Reed Giordana, 1974-77 9518 Dave Geissler, 1982-85 7741 Brion Demski, 1978-81 7715 Scott Krause, 2000-03 Most Touchdown Passes-Career 122 Kirk Baumgartner, 1986-89 74 Reed Giordana, 1974-77 67 Scott Krause, 2000-03 65 Dave Geissler, 1982-85 53 Brion Demski, 1978-81 Best Completion Pct.-Career (min 400 Att) .606 Jared Beckwith, 2008-09 (449-741) .586 Dave Geissler, 1982-85 (789-1346) .566 Reed Giordana, 1974-77 (849-1500) .563

.556

Tom Fitzgerald, 1992/94-96 (409-726)

Brett Borchart, 2004-06 (550-989)

Most Interceptions Thrown-Career 86 Brion Demski, 1978-81 70 Kirk Baumgartner, 1986-89 67 Reed Giordana, 1974-77 56 Dave Geissler, 1982-85 46 Mark Olejniczak, 1971-73 TOTAL OFFENSE Most Offensive Plays-Career 2320 Kirk Baumgartner, 1986-89 1924 Reed Giordana, 1974-77 1695 Dave Geissler, 1982-85 1419 Brion Demski, 1978-81 1417 Scott Krause, 2000-03

Most Offensive Yards-Career 14553 Kirk Baumgartner, 1986-89 10808 Reed Giordana, 1974-77 9003 Scott Krause, 2000-03 8988 Dave Geissler, 1982-85 7758 Brett Borchart, 2004-06 RECEIVING Most Receptions-Career 276 Jeff Gosa, 1973-76 254 Theo Blanco, 1985-87 206 Jared Jenkins, 2007-present 199 Chuck Braun, 1978-81 193 Cody Childs, 2003-06 192 Doug Krueger, 1973-76 Most Receiving Yards-Career 3564 Theo Blanco, 1985-88 3509 Jeff Gosa, 1973-76 3190 Don Moehling, 1986-89 2865 Chuck Braun, 1978-81 2710 Doug Krueger, 1973-76 Most Touchdown Passes Caught-Career 35 Jeff Gosa, 1973-76 29 Chuck Braun, 1978-81 27 Barry Rose, 1987-91 25 Tony Romano, 2000-04 24 Jared Jenkins, 2007-present SCORING Most Touchdowns Scored-Career 39 Jimmy Henderson, 1991-93 38 Cody Childs, 2003-06 35 Theo Blanco, 1985-88 Jeff Gosa, 1973-76 30 Norbert Miller, 1951-53/55 Most Points Scored-Career 234 Jimmy Henderson, 1991-93 228 Cody Childs, 2003-06 224 Theo Blanco, 1985-88 210 Jeff Gosa, 1973-76 192 Sonny Redders, 1961-63

PUNTING Most Punts-Career 254 Mike Breaker, 1967-70 217 Dan Dantoin, 1984-87 212 Rick Peot, 1974-77 199 Erik Berendsen, 1994-97 193 Steve Topel, 1989-90/92-93 Best Punting Average-Career (min 30) 42.6 Jared Jenkins, 2007-present 40.1 Rick Peot, 1974-77 39.6 Luke Frisch, 2005-08 38.1 Erik Berendsen, 1994-97 37.8 Ryan Prochnow, 2003-05 KICK RETURNS Most Kickoff Returns-Career 82 Gerry O’Connor, 1979-82 Most Punt Returns-Career 74 Gerry O’Connor, 1979-82 71 Theo Blanco, 1985-88 DEFENSE Most Interceptions-Career 26 Bill Kuse, 1958-61 22 Greg Dantoin, 1985-87 20 Randy Simpson, 1991-94 Pat Robbins, 1970-73 Most Total Tackles-Career (since 1980) 416 Clint Kriewaldt, 1995-98 390 Andy Chilcote, 1989-92 386 Bob Bostad, 1987-90 337 Randy Simpson, 1991-94 322 Nick Haffele, 2000-03 300 Craig Verhagen, 1987-90 Most Sacks-Career (since 1986) 27 Jay Downey, 1986-89 23 Craig Verhagen, 1987-90 19 John Schmitt, 1989-92 18 Craig Ewald, 1984-87 16 Bret Hammer, 1992-94 Matt Lunder, 2007-present

KICKING Most PAT’s-Career 117 Dave Schneider, 1988-91 111 Todd Passini, 1992-94 93 Fred Galecke, 1995-97 91 Bob Hoffman, 1973-76 81 Ryan Graboski, 2005-08 Most Field Goals Made-Career 34 Ryan Graboski, 2005-08 23 Dave Schneider, 1988-91 21 Fred Galecke, 1995-97 Kim Drake, 1984-86 Bob Hoffman, 1973-76 Pat Robbins, 1971-73 Most Kicking Points Scored-Career 186 Dave Schneider, 1988-91 183 Ryan Graboski, 2005-08 162 Todd Passini, 1992-94 156 Fred Galecke, 1995-97 148 Bob Hoffman, 1973-76

THEO BLANCO caught 136 passes in 1987 and is the all-time leading receiver with 3,564 career yards.

TEAM SEASON RECORDS SCORING Most Points Scored-Season 488 1987 398 1989 394 2003 358 1993 339 1988

TOTAL OFFENSE Most Total Yards-Season 6,702 1987 4,952 1989 4,791 1988 4,607 2003 4,463 1993

Most Points Averaged-Season 39.4 2003 (10-394) 36.2 1989 (11-398) 35.8 1993 (10-358) 35.3 1996 (9-318) 33.0 1994 (10-330)

Most First Downs-Season 334 1987 233 1989 221 1988 219 2003, 1984, 1977

Most Points Allowed-Season 298 1972 288 1971 278 1987, 1979 267 2000 256 1969 Most Points Allowed, Average-Season 28.9 1972 (10-289) 28.8 1971 (10-288) 27.8 1979 (10-278) 26.7 2000 (10-267) 25.6 1969 (10-256) Fewest 45 51 58 60

Points Allowed-Season (since 1945) 1952 1961 1963 1951

PENALTIES Most Penalties-Season 129 1987 91 1986 86 2008 85 1988 Most Penalty Yards-Season 1,023 1987 893 1988 811 1986 PUNTING Most Punts-Season 79 1987 72 2000, 1986 71 1991, 1978 69 1983

STREAKS Longest Winning Streak 12 10/8/94-10/14/95 11 10/17/98-10/16/99 10/15/60-10/28/61 10 10/21/06-10/13/07 8 10/17/87-12/5/87 9/27/86-11/15/86 Longest Losing Streak 19 11/14/70-10/28/72 9 10/26/68-10/11/69 8 11/20/99-10/21/00 7 10/26/74-9/27/75 9/28/29-9/27/30 Longest Unbeaten Streak 14 11/11/32-10/20/34 (13-0-1) 12 10/8/94-10/14/95 (12-0) 11 10/17/98-10/16/99 (11-0) 10/15/60-10/28/61 (11-0) 10 10/21/06-10/13/07 (10-0) 11/2/57-9/12/59 (9-0-1) Longest Winless Streak 19 11/14/70-10/28/72 (0-19) 11 10/21/22-11/10/23 (0-9-2) 9 11/8/69-10/31/70 (0-8-1) 10/26/68-10/11/69 (0-9)

RUSHING Most Rushing Attempts-Season 518 1987 468 1995 462 1996 460 1984 459 1964 Most Rushing Yards-Season 2,384 1993 2,139 1955 2,133 1995 1,959 1996 1,958 2001 PASSING Most Passes Attempted-Season 685 1987 540 1988 520 1989 497 1975, 1974 Most Passes Completed-Season 340 1987 285 1988 281 1989 267 1975 Most Interceptions Thrown-Season 35 1987 34 1975 32 1978 31 1973

THE 1900 POINTERS finished the season 2-0-1 under the direction of coach Harvey Schofield. The team opened the season with a 0-0 tie against Oshkosh before defeating Lawrence and Oshkosh to win the school’s first championship.

INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS RUSHING Most Rushing Attempts-Season 261 Jimmy Henderson, 1993 208 Jimmy Henderson, 1991 197 Cody Childs, 2006 182 Wally Schmitt, 1999 180 Steve Groeschel, 1971 Most Rushing Yards-Season 1556 Jimmy Henderson, 1993 1158 Norbert Miller, 1955 975 Norbert Miller, 1952 906 Cody Childs, 2006 847 Wally Schmitt, 1999 Most Rushing Touchdowns-Season 20 Jimmy Henderson, 1993 13 Jimmy Henderson, 1992 Jim Mares, 1988 12 Theo Blanco, 1987 Ted Ludeman, 1958 PASSING Most Passing Attempts-Season 659 Kirk Baumgartner, 1987 527 Kirk Baumgartner, 1988 501 Kirk Baumgartner, 1989 460 Reed Giordana, 1975 452 Brion Demski, 1981 Most Pass Completions-Season 332 Kirk Baumgartner, 1987 276 Kirk Baumgartner, 1988 268 Kirk Baumgartner, 1989 249 Reed Giordana, 1975 243 Jared Beckwith, 2008 227 Reed Giordana, 1977 Most Passing Yards-Season 5127 Kirk Baumgartner, 1987 4104 Kirk Baumgartner, 1989 3828 Kirk Baumgartner, 1988 2963 Scott Krause, 2003 2889 Brion Demski, 1981 Most Touchdown Passes-Season 42 Kirk Baumgartner, 1989 40 Kirk Baumgartner, 1987 37 Scott Krause, 2003 27 Reed Giordana, 1977 26 Dave Geissler, 1985 Best Pass Completion Pct.-Season .661 Scott Krause, 2003 (205-310) .658 Jay Krcmar, 1992 (50-76) .652 Reed Giordana, 1976 (197-302) .633 Roger Hauri, 1993 (167-264) .624 Dave Geissler, 1983 (217-348) Most Interceptions Thrown-Season 30 Kirk Baumgartner, 1987 28 Mark Olejniczak, 1973 26 Reed Giordana, 1975 24 Brion Demski, 1979 22 Brion Demski, 1980 TOTAL OFFENSE Most Offensive Yards-Season 5110 Kirk Baumgartner, 1987 3933 Kirk Baumgartner, 1989 3828 Kirk Baumgartner, 1988 3285 Scott Krause, 2003 3245 Brett Borchart, 2004

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RECEIVING Most Receptions-Season 136 Theo Blanco, 1987 85 Jeff Gosa, 1976 83 Jared Jenkins, 2008 80 Jared Jenkins, 2009 Theo Blanco, 1988 79 Brad Kalsow, 2008 72 Barry Rose, 1989 Don Moehling, 1988 Most Receiving Yards-Season 2025 Theo Blanco, 1987 1290 Don Moehling, 1988 1281 Don Moehling, 1989 1210 Jared Jenkins, 2009 Barry Rose, 1989 1107 Barry Rose, 1991 Most Touchdown Passes Caught-Season 15 Bill Newhouse, 1977 14 Barry Rose, 1989 12 Jared Jenkins, 2009 Bill Ott, 1997 Chuck Braun, 1980 Jeff Gosa, 1976 SCORING Most Touchdowns Scored-Season 23 Theo Blanco, 1987 20 Jimmy Henderson, 1993 18 Jim Mares, 1988 15 Barry Rose, 1989 Bill Newhouse, 1977 Most Points Scored-Season 138 Theo Blanco, 1987 120 Jimmy Henderson, 1993 108 Jim Mares, 1988 90 Barry Rose, 1989 Bill Newhouse, 1977 KICKING Most PAT’s-Season 50 Dave Schneider, 1989 42 Todd Passini, 1993 40 Bob Hoffman, 1976 39 Fred Galecke, 1996 38 Todd Passini, 1994 Most Field Goals Made-Season 15 Ryan Graboski, 2008 10 Ryan Graboski, 2007 Fred Galecke, 1995 Pat McFaul, 1970 9 Ryan Graboski, 2006 8 Three times, most recent by Ricardo Vega, 2001 Most Kicking Points Scored-Season 72 Ryan Graboski, 2008 68 Dave Schneider, 1989 64 Bob Hoffman, 1976 61 Ryan Graboski, 2007 60 Fred Galecke, 1996 Todd Passini, 1993 57 Kim Drake, 1986

PUNTING Most Punts-Season 77 Dan Dantoin, 1987 70 Dan Dantoin, 1986 68 Mike Breaker, 1969 Mike Breaker, 1968 67 Jon Kleinschmidt, 1983 Best Punting Average-Season (min 30) 42.8 Jared Jenkins, 2009 41.8 Rick Peot, 1975 41.3 Luke Frisch, 2007 40.6 Rick Peot, 1976 40.0 Erik Berendsen, 1997 Mike Breaker, 1969 39.1 Rick Peot, 1977 RETURNS Most Kickoff Returns-Season 25 Kasey Morgan, 2007 Gerry O’Connor, 1980 24 Gerry O’Connor, 1979 21 Jim Mares, 1988 20 Kasey Morgan, 2005 Gerry O’Connor, 1981 Best Kickoff Return Average-Season (min. 8 returns) 30.4 Robert Reed, 1990 (8-243) 29.4 Chad Valentyne, 1999 (18-530) 27.9 Cory Flisakowski, 2002 (14-390) 26.8 Andy Martin, 1998 (14-375) 25.0 Bryan Blum, 2008 (15-375) 24.9 Lance Gast, 2000 (17-423) Most Punt Returns-Season 39 Theo Blanco, 1987 28 Joel Hojnacki, 2003 Jonathan Roth, 2001 26 Jerry Herbst, 1983 24 Nate Harms, 1995 Gerry O’Connor, 1980 21 Theo Blanco, 1988 Gerry O’Connor, 1981 Best Punt Return Average-Season (min. 8 returns) 17.6 Theo Blanco, 1986 (11-194) 17.1 Karl Kolodzik, 1969 (12-205) 16.7 Andy Martin, 1996 (9-150) 14.2 Norbert Miller, 1955 (12-170) 13.4 Andy Martin, 1997 (11-147) DEFENSE Most Interceptions-Season 9 Five times, most recent Andy Palzkill, 1999 8 Four times, most recent Randy Simpson, 1992 Most Sacks-Season (since 1986) 11 Paul Schmitt, 2001 Tom Finco, 1987

INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS RUSHING Most Rushing Attempts-Game 43 Jason VanderVelden vs. Eau Claire, 10/18/03 41 Steve Groeschel vs. River Falls, 10/30/71 40 Jimmy Henderson vs. Platteville, 11/13/93 34 Jimmy Henderson vs. Eau Claire, 11/2/91 Jerry Schedlbauer vs. Eau Claire, 11/1/80 33 Steve Groeschel vs. Oshkosh, 10/16/71 Most 277 238 224 214 210

Rushing Yards-Game Jimmy Henderson vs. Oshkosh, 10/30/93 Norbert Miller vs. Eau Claire, 11/1/52 Jimmy Henderson vs. Whitewater, 9/18/93 Jimmy Henderson vs. Eau Claire, 11/7/92 Keith Ingram vs. Platteville, 11/14/09

Longest Rushing Play 90 Sonny Redders vs. Superior, 10/20/62 86 Sonny Redders vs. La Crosse, 10/5/63 82 Jim Mares vs. Valparaiso, 9/24/88 80 Cody Child vs. Trinity International, 9/30/06 79 Jimmy Henderson vs. Oshkosh, 10/30/93 Ron Ternouth vs. Hillsdale, 10/9/65 Most 5 4

Rushing Touchdowns-Game Jimmy Henderson vs. Oshkosh, 10/30/93 Mike Ferron vs. Waldorf, 9/22/07 Wally Schmitt vs. Bemidji State, 11/14/99 Clint Kriewaldt vs. Oshkosh, 10/31/98 Jimmy Henderson vs. Eau Claire, 10/9/93 Ted Ludeman vs. Eau Claire, 10/25/58 Norbert Miller vs. Oshkosh, 10/2/58

PASSING Most Passing Attempts-Game 70 Reed Giordana vs. Oshkosh, 10/25/75 65 Reed Giordana vs. Morningside, 9/6/75 63 Dave Geissler vs. Eau Claire, 11/10/84 61 Kirk Baumgartner vs. Oshkosh, 10/29/88 Brion Demski vs. Superior, 10/17/81 60 Ryan Aulenbacher vs. River Falls, 11/8/97 Most 40 38 36 35

Pass Completions-Game Dave Geissler vs. Eau Claire, 11/12/83 Brett Borchart vs. Eau Claire, 10/9/04 Kirk Baumgartner vs. Eau Claire, 10/10/87 Dave Geissler vs. Eau Claire, 11/10/84 Roger Hauri vs. River Falls, 10/27/90 Reed Giordana vs. Morningside, 9/6/75

Most 523 505 504 481 477

Passing Yards-Game Kirk Baumgartner vs. Stout, 10/24/87 Kirk Baumgartner vs. Superior, 11/4/89 Reed Giordana vs. Morningside, 9/6/75 Kirk Baumgartner vs. Oshkosh, 10/29/88 Brion Demski vs. Superior, 10/17/81

Most 8 7 6

Touchdown Passes-Game Kirk Baumgartner vs. Superior, 11/4/89 Scott Krause vs. Butler, 9/27/03 Kirk Baumgartner vs. Whitewater, 10/21/89 Kirk Baumgartner vs. Valparaiso, 9/24/88 Kirk Baumgartner vs. Stout, 10/24/87

Best Pass Completion Pct.-Game .947 Scott Krause vs. Tri-State, 9/13/03 (18-19) .938 Jake Swank vs. Waldorf, 9/22/07 (15-16) .839 Ryan Aulenbacher vs. Oshkosh, 10/31/98 (2631) .800 Tom Fitzgerald vs. Minot State, 9/9/95 (8-10) Roger Hauri vs. Oshkosh, 10/30/93 (16-20) Ken Roloff vs. Milwaukee, 10/8/55 (8-10) Most 7 6

Interceptions Thrown-Game Reed Giordana vs. River Falls, 11/6/76 Four times, most recent by Brion Demski vs. Platteville, 11/14/81

Longest Pass Play 94 Rip Flippo/Barry Rose vs. Platteville, 10/26/91 91 Jared Beckwith/Jared Jenkins vs. Whitewater, 10/31/09 90 Scott Krause/Ross Adamczak vs. Platteville, 11/3/01 90 Kirk Baumgartner/Don Moehling vs. St. Norbert, 9/9/89 89 Brion Demski/Phil Hasler vs. Whitewater, 9/29/79 87 Scott Krause/Kurt Kielblock vs. Augustana, 9/6/03 87 Nick Venden/Luke Gunderson vs. Whitewater, 10/7/06 86 Scott Krause/Eric Heidenreiter vs. Butler, 9/21/02 85 Reed Giordana/Jeff Gosa vs. La Crosse, 10/2/76 85 Brett Borchart/Cody Childs vs. Waldorf 9/23/06 84 Curt Wiese/Lance Gast vs. Eau Claire, 10/17/98 83 Nick Venden/Tyler Hau vs. Iowa Wesleyan, 9/15/07 82 Scott Krause/Eric Heidenreiter vs. Butler, 9/21/02 TOTAL OFFENSE Most Offensive Plays-Game 76 Reed Giordana vs. Oshkosh, 10/25/75 71 Brett Borchart vs. Eau Claire, 10/9/04 Reed Giordana vs. River Falls, 11/6/76 70 Brion Demski vs. Superior, 10/17/81 Reed Giordana vs. Morningside, 9/6/75 69 Three times, most recent by Kirk Baumgartner vs. Oshkosh, 10/29/88 Most 511 496 481 480 479

Offensive Yards-Game Kirk Baumgartner vs. Superior, 11/4/89 Reed Giordana vs. Morningside, 9/6/75 Scott Krause vs. Platteville, 11/8/03 Kirk Baumgartner vs. Oshkosh, 10/29/88 Kirk Baumgartner vs. Stout, 10/24/87 Tom Fitzgerald vs. Platteville, 11/12/94

RECEIVING Most Receptions-Game 17 Theo Blanco vs. Oshkosh, 10/31/87 16 Bill Newhouse vs. River Falls, 10/29/77 Jeff Gosa vs.Stout, 10/18/75 15 Jared Jenkins vs. Missouri S&T, 09/19/09 14 Theo Blanco vs. Valparaiso, 9/24/88 Theo Blanco vs. Eau Claire, 10/10/87 Doug Krueger vs. St. Norbert, 9/20/75 Most 303 271 244 243 235 232

Receiving Yards-Game Chuck Braun vs. Superior, 10/16/82 Theo Blanco vs. Oshkosh, 10/31/87 Tony Romano vs. Platteville, 11/8/03 Jared Jenkins vs. UW-Eau Claire, 10/03/09 Don Moehling vs. Oshkosh, 10/14/89 Don Moehling vs. Stout, 10/22/88 Andy Martin vs. Southwest State, 11/14/98

Most 4 3

Touchdown Passes Caught-Game Jared Jenkins vs. River Falls, 11/06/10 Jared Jenkins vs. Eau Claire, 10/03/09 Cory Flisakowski vs. River Falls, 10/19/02 Bill Ott vs. Platteville, 9/27/97 Barry Rose vs. Superior, 10/19/91 Jeff Gosa vs. St. Norbert, 9/25/76 Jeff Gosa vs. River Falls, 11/1/75 Jeff Gosa vs. Stout, 10/13/73 12 times, most recent by Brad Kalsow vs. Platteville, 10/6/07

SCORING Most Touchdowns Scored-Game 5 Jimmy Henderson vs. Oshkosh, 10/30/93 Sonny Redders vs. Milwaukee, 10/13/62 4 15 times, most recent by Jared Jenkins vs. River Falls, 11/06/10

Most 32 30 24

Points Scored-Game Sonny Redders vs. Milwaukee, 10/13/62 Jimmy Henderson vs. Oshkosh, 10/30/93 16 times, most recent by Jared Jenkins vs. River Falls, 11/06/10

Defensive Extra Points Scored Eugene Wojciechowski vs. Platteville, 11/12/88 Matt Stoehr vs. Bethel, 11/17/01 Defensive Extra Points Allowed vs. River Falls, 10/7/00 (Luke Miska) vs. Augustana, 9/6/03 (Matt Furlong) KICKING Most PAT’s-Game 10 Todd Passini vs. Oshkosh, 10/30/93 Dave Schneider vs. Superior, 11/4/89 8 Dan Heldmann vs. Butler, 9/27/03 Kim Drake vs. Superior, 10/25/86 Kim Drake vs. Oshkosh, 10/12/85 Most 5 4 3

Field Goals Made-Game Jered Fohrman vs. Missouri S&T, 09/18/10 Ryan Graboski vs. Stout, 10/13/07 Kim Drake vs. Oshkosh, 10/13/84 Three times, most recent by Ryan Graboski, vs. Webber Int., 09/06/08

Longest Field Goal 53 Bob Hoffman vs. La Crosse, 9/27/75 52 Don Ryskoski vs. Platteville, 9/21/57 51 Four times, most recent by Jered Fohrman vs. Platteville, 09/10/11 Most 17 14 13 12

Kicking Points Scored-Game Jered Fohrman vs. Missouri S&T, 09/18/10 Ryan Graboski vs. Stout, 10/13/07 Ryan Graboski vs. Waldorf, 9/22/07 Fred Galecke vs. Eau Claire, 9/28/96 Kim Drake vs. Oshkosh, 10/13/84 Ryan Graboski vs. River Falls, 10/4/08 Kim Drake vs. Stout, 10/18/86 Randy Ryskoski vs. Milton, 9/12/81

PUNTING Most Punts-Game 13 Mike Breaker vs. Whitewater, 9/14/68 11 Ryan Prochnow vs. Oshkosh, 10/23/04 Jason Biechler vs. Stout 9/23/00 Steve Topel vs. Platteville, 9/15/90 Mike Bauer vs. St. Norbert, 9/25/82 Rick Peot vs. La Crosse, 10/1/77 Ben Breese vs. La Crosse, 10/2/71 Best Punting Average-Game 54.7 Jered Jenkins vs. Whitewater, 10/30/10 (3 punts) 51.3 Jered Jenkins vs. River Falls, 11/07/09 (3 punts) 50.7 Luke Frisch vs. Oshkosh, 10/27/07 (3 punts) 48.3 Todd Chistianson vs. Stout, 10/22/88 (3 punts) 47.2 Dave Zauner vs. Eau Claire, 10/9/82 (4 punts) 46.6 Luke Frisch vs. Stout, 10/13/07 (5 punts) 46.3 Luke Frisch vs. Hardin-Simmons, 9/2/06 (3 punts) Longest Punt 92 Warren Becker vs. Unknown, 1933 80 Tony Del Fatti vs. La Crosse, 9/14/74 75 Luke Frisch vs. Hardin-Simmons, 9/2/06 74 Jared Jenkins vs. River Falls, 11/07/09 Rick Peot vs. Superior, 11/5/77 Rick Peot vs. Eau Claire, 10/4/75 73 Jared Jenkins vs Missouri S&5, 9/19/09 Jon Kleinschmidt vs St. Norbert, 9/24/83

INDIVIDUAL TEAM/GAME RECORDS KICK RETURNS Longest Kickoff Return 99 Cory Flisakowski vs. La Crosse, 10/5/02 Larry Holmes vs. Platteville 9/21/63 97 Tim Ott vs. La Crosse, 10/1/94 94 Tim Ott vs. Whitewater, 9/18/93 93

Chad Valentyne vs. Northern State, 9/11/99

90 Phil Berkel vs. River Falls, 11/5/66

Longest Punt Return 90 Sonny Redders vs. Platteville, 9/22/62 66 Theo Blanco vs. St. Norbert, 9/10/88 65 Sonny Redders vs. Platteville, 10/21/61 64 Sonny Redders vs. Milwaukee, 10/13/62 62 Theo Blanco vs. Stout, 10/18/86 DEFENSE Most Interceptions-Game 4 Randy Simpson vs. Southwest State, 9/10/94 3 13 times, most recent by Jamey Kamrath vs. Platteville, 10/30/99 Longest Interception Return 97 Andy Palzkill vs. Stout, 11/7/98 96 Bob Burns vs. Oshkosh, 10/29/88 95 Jim Liebenstein vs. Whitewater, 10/26/63 85 Ken Willbourn vs. Platteville, 11/11/67 78 Kurt Trunkel vs. St. John’s, 11/20/99 Longest Fumble Return 96 Dillon Maney vs. Eau Claire, 11/16/02 SCORING Most Points Scored-Game 108 vs. St. Norbert, 10/15/21 76 vs. Oshkosh, 10/30/93 73 vs. Superior, 11/11/16 72 vs. Superior, 11/4/89 63 vs. Tri-State, 9/13/03 vs. Stout, 10/17/92 62 vs. Stout, 11/7/98 vs. Oshkosh, 10/12/85 60 vs. Whitewater, 11/1/03 57 vs. Tri-State, 9/11/04 56 vs. Butler, 9/27/03 vs. Valparaiso, 9/24/88 vs. Superior, 10/25/86 Largest 108 73 70 63 58 57 56

Margin of Victory vs. St. Norbert, 10/15/21 (108-0) vs. Superior, 11/11/16 (73-0) vs. Oshkosh, 10/30/93 (76-6) vs. Tri-State, 9/13/03 (63-0) vs. Superior, 11/4/89 (72-14) vs. Stout, 10/17/92 (63-6) vs. Superior, 10/25/86 (56-0) vs. Oshkosh, 10/12/85 (62-6)

Most Points Allowed-Game 93 vs. Ripon, 10/2/1909 65 vs. Lawrence, 10/18/1902 64 vs. Lawrence, 11/23/18 62 vs. La Crosse, 9/15/79 56 vs. River Falls, 11/1/75 vs. Eau Claire, 11/3/73 Largest 93 65 64 55

Margin of Defeat vs. Ripon, 10/2/1909 (93-0) vs. Lawrence, 10/18/1902 (65-0) vs. Lawrence, 11/23/18 (64-0) vs. La Crosse, 9/15/79 (62-7) vs. Superior, 11/6/71 (55-0)

Most Points Scored-Half 55 vs. Stout, 11/7/98 (2nd) 49 vs. Thomas More, 10/15/94 (2nd) 43 vs. Platteville, 9/26/54 (1st) 42 vs. Superior, 11/4/89 (1st) 41 vs. Iowa Wesleyan, 9/15/07 (1st) vs. Oshkosh, 10/30/93 (2nd) Most Points Scored-First Quarter 34 vs. Iowa Wesleyan, 9/15/07 29 vs. Lakeland, 9/4/76 28 vs. Oshkosh, 10/10/92 vs. Superior, 11/4/89 27 vs. Whitewater, 11/1/03 24 Four times, most recent vs. Bemidji State, 9/21/96 Most Points Scored-Second Quarter 29 vs. Stout, 10/8/77 28 vs. Tri-State, 9/13/03 vs. Eau Claire, 10/8/94 vs. Whitewater, 10/21/89 vs. Superior, 10/16/76 24 vs. Waldorf, 9/22/07 vs. Waldorf, 9/25/04 vs. Stout, 10/22/88 Most Points Scored-Third Quarter 34 vs. Oshkosh, 10/30/93 27 vs. Stout, 11/7/98 26 vs. Tri-State, 9/11/04 24 vs. La Crosse, 10/2/76 21 vs. Valparaiso, 9/24/88 vs. Superior, 11/5/77 vs. Platteville, 9/22/62 Most Points Scored-Fourth Quarter 32 vs. La Crosse, 9/21/85 28 vs. Stout, 11/7/98 vs. Thomas More, 10/15/94 24 vs. Oshkosh, 10/12/96 vs. St. Norbert, 9/25/76 Most Points Allowed-Half 42 vs. La Crosse, 9/15/79 (1st) 35 vs. Superior, 11/6/71 (2nd) 31 vs. Stout, 10/11/03 (1st) vs. River Falls, 11/8/97 (1st) Most Points Allowed-Quarter 28 vs. River Falls, 11/6/76 (2nd) vs. Superior, 11/6/71 (3rd) RUSHING Most Rushing Attempts-Game 68 vs. Eau Claire, 11/2/91 vs. Platteville, 9/24/55 67 vs. River Falls, 10/27/60 vs. Milwaukee, 10/4/52 66 vs. Eau Claire, 10/25/58 Most Rushing Attempts Allowed-Game 85 vs. River Falls, 11/5/88 78 vs. River Falls, 10/27/90 77 vs. Stout, 10/23/82 vs. La Crosse, 10/1/77 Most Rushing Yards-Game 430 vs. Oshkosh, 10/30/93 405 vs. Platteville, 9/22/01 401 vs. Butler, 9/23/95 391 vs. River Falls, 10/27/60 379 vs. Milwaukee, 10/3/53

Fewest -77 -63 -45 -44 -38

Rushing Yards-Game vs. St. Norbert, 9/21/74 vs. Dayton, 9/13/86 vs. Whitewater, 10/23/71 vs. Concordia-Moorhead, 11/22/86 vs. South Dakota, 9/3/88

Most Rushing Yards Allowed-Game 612 vs. River Falls, 10/29/83 540 vs. River Falls, 11/1/75 500 vs. River Falls, 11/10/79 Fewest -49 -44 -41 -33 -22

Rushing Yards Allowed-Game vs. Oshkosh, 10/29/88 vs. Platteville, 11/9/68 vs. Stout, 10/17/92 vs. Eau Claire, 10/8/88 vs. Minnesota-Morris, 9/12/92 vs. Platteville, 11/11/67

PASSING Most Passes Attempted-Game 71 vs. Oshkosh, 10/25/75 65 vs. Eau Claire, 11/10/84 vs. Morningside, 9/6/75 vs. Morningside, 9/7/74 61 Four times, most recent vs. Stout, 10/22/88 Most Pass Attempts Allowed-Game 74 vs. Platteville, 9/22/01 72 vs. Geneva (Pa.), 12/5/87 68 vs. Oshkosh, 10/29/88 66 vs. Superior, 10/17/81 Most Passes Completed-Game 40 vs. Eau Claire, 11/12/83 38 vs. Eau Claire, 10/9/04 36 vs. Valparaiso, 9/24/88 vs. Eau Claire, 10/10/87 vs. Eau Claire, 11/10/84 35 vs. River Falls, 10/27/90 vs. Oshkosh, 10/31/87 vs. Morningside, 9/6/75 Most Pass Completions Allowed-Game 41 by Superior, 10/17/81 38 by Linfield, 9/18/04 37 by Platteville, 9/22/01 33 by Stout, 10/24/87 32 by Stout, 10/17/92 Most Passing Yards-Game 523 vs. Stout, 10/24/87 505 vs. Superior, 11/4/89 504 vs. Morningside, 9/6/75 500 vs. Oshkosh, 10/31/87 Fewest -5 -3 0

Passing Yards-Game vs. La Crosse, 9/29/51 vs. Oshkosh, 10/16/71 Three times, most recent vs. Eau Claire, 9/8/62

Fewest -8 -4 0

Passing Yards Allowed-Game vs. Eau Claire, 10/29/55 vs. Platteville, 9/21/63 11 times, most recent vs. River Falls, 10/27/90

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TOP ALL-TIME PERFORMANCES 300 YARD PASSING PERFORMANCES Yards Player Opponent 523 Kirk Baumgartner Stout 505 Kirk Baumgartner Superior 504 Reed Giordana Morningside 481 Kirk Baumgartner Oshkosh 477 Brion Demski Superior 473 Tom Fitzgerald Platteville 460 Kirk Baumgartner Stout 447 Jared Beckwith Eau Claire 447 Kirk Baumgartner St. Norbert 445 Kirk Baumgartner Oshkosh 442 Kirk Baumgartner River Falls 440 Kirk Baumgartner La Crosse 436 Reed Giordana Eau Claire 429 Brett Borchart Waldorf 427 Scott Krause Whitewater 423 Ryan Arlenbacher Oshkosh 421 Kirk Baumgartner Eau Claire 414 Kirk Baumgartner Oshkosh 414 Kirk Baumgartner Whitewater 412 Kirk Baumgartner La Crosse 397 Dave Geissler Eau Claire 395 Kirk Baumgartner Platteville 394 Brion Demski River Falls 392 Dave Geissler Eau Claire 391 Scott Krause Butler 390 Kirk Baumgartner Stout 390 Scott Krause Butler 387 Kirk Baumgartner Westmar 387 Reed Giordana St. Norbert 381 Kirk Baumgartner Geneva 377 Kirk Baumgartner Valparaiso 373 Mark Olejniczak Stout 372 Scott Krause Butler 370 Dave Geissler Oshkosh 363 Kirk Baumgartner Valparaiso 359 Kirk Baumgartner River Falls 358 Brett Borchart Eau Claire 357 Ryan Arlenbacher Platteville 357 Ryan Arlenbacher River Falls 355 Reed Giordana Stout 355 Scott Krause River Falls 353 Reed Giordana River Falls 349 Kirk Baumgartner Superior 348 Dave Geissler Eau Claire 348 Kirk Baumgartner St. Norbert 347 Reed Giordana River Falls 344 Kirk Baumgartner St. Ambrose 342 Roger Hauri River Falls 339 Mark Olejniczak Eau Claire 336 Scott Krause River Falls 335 Kirk Baumgartner NW Missouri 333 Kirk Baumgartner La Crosse 332 Kirk Baumgartner La Crosse 330 Jared Beckwith Missouri S&T 328 Reed Giordana St. Norbert 328 Kirk Baumgartner Platteville 328 Brett Borchart Stout 321 Reed Giordana Wayne State 320 Dave Geissler UW Morris 320 Ryan Arlenbacher SW State 315 Tom Fitzgerald River Falls 314 Mark Olejniczak Eau Claire 312 Tom Fitzgerald Stout 311 Reed Giordana Oshkosh 310 Jake Swank Stout 307 Kirk Baumgartner Oshkosh 307 Kirk Baumgartner River Falls 307 Brett Borchart River Falls 305 Reed Giordana Oshkosh 304 Jake Swank River Falls 304 Mark Olejnicazk Superior 303 Tom Fitzgerald Thomas 302 Brion Demski Stout 301 Dave Geissler La Crosse 300 Reed Giordana River Falls

Year 1987 1989 1977 1988 1981 1994 1988 2009 1988 1987 1988 1987 1977 2004 2003 1998 1987 1989 1989 1989 1984 1989 1981 1983 2002 1989 2003 1987 1977 1987 1988 1973 2003 1983 1989 1987 2004 1997 1997 1974 2003 1974 1987 1982 1989 1976 1987 1990 1972 2003 1986 1988 1989 2009 1974 1988 2005 1977 1985 1998 1995 1973 1995 1975 2010 1986 1989 2004 1976 2010 1972 1994 1981 1985 1977

100-YARD RUSHING PERFORMANCES Yards Player Opponent 277 Jimmy Henderson Oshkosh 238 Norbert Miller Eau Claire 224 Jimmy Henderson Whitewater 214 Jimmy Henderson Eau Claire 211 Keith Ingram Platteville 205 Tom Smith Milton 204 Jason Vandervelden Eau Claire 202 Jimmy Henderson UM Morris 201 Norbert Miller Oshkosh 186 Norbert Miller Milwaukee 186 Wally Schmitt Stout 184 Jimmy Henderson Platteville 183 Ron Ternouth Whitewater 182 Norbert Miller Whitewater 182 Jimmy Henderson Mich Tech 180 Norbert Miller Oshkosh 165 Sonny Redders La Crosse 161 Jimmy Henderson Oshkosh 160 Sonny Redders Superior 159 Ron Ternouth Superior 159 John Smith Milwaukee 157 Jimmy Hernderson Eau Claire 157 Stan Strama Butler 156 Kevin Knuese River Falls 156 John Smith Oshkosh 156 Norbert Miller Platteville 156 Norbert Miller River Falls 155 Norbert Miller Eau Claire 155 Norbert Miller Mich Tech 154 Mike Christman Superior 152 Jason Siechio Oshkosh 152 Jimmy Henderson Superior 151 Nate Harms Minot St. 151 Kurt Kielblock Platteville 150 Nate Harms River Falls 149 Mike Ferron Wartburg 149 Cory Flisakowski Tri State 147 Sonny Redders Oshkosh 146 Dave Emerich Whitewater 143 Steve Groeschel River Falls 143 Bob Rohde Stout 143 Mike Lebenstein Platteville 142 Russ Bentley River Falls 142 Wally Schmitt Bemidji State 141 Steve Groeschel River Falls 140 Ted Ludeman Whitewater 138 Mike Griffin Missouri S&T 138 Ron Ternouth Hillsdale 138 Jim Manes Superior 137 George Rivers Eau Claire 137 Norbert Miller Superior 137 Nate Harms Platteville 136 Don Herrman Milwaukee 136 Jimmy Henderson Mich Tech 135 George Rivers Oshkosh 134 Ron Ternouth River Falls 134 Sonny Redders Oshkosh 134 Scott Krause Whitewater 133 Jack Marx 133 Jerry Schedlbauer Eau Claire 132 Russ Stimac Stout 131 G. Medenwald Oshkosh 131 Jack Potter River Falls 131 Stan Strama Stout 130 Andy Shumway Milton 129 Ron Ternouth Superior 129 Jason Vandervelden Platteville 128 G. Medenwald River Falls 128 Norbert Miller Mich Tech 128 Nate Harms Iowa Wes. 128 Wally Schmitt Platteville 127 Bob Rohde Stout 126 Jim Manes Stout 125 Jack Marx 125 Tom Mckinny Butler 123 Jimmy Henderson UM Morris 123 Keith Ingram Platteville

Year Atts. 1993 26 1952 29 1993 30 1992 30 2009 24 1978 16 2003 43 1993 21 1955 19 1955 26 1998 24 1993 40 1955 17 1955 22 1993 26 1952 20 1963 18 1992 21 1962 17 1965 30 1954 12 1993 25 1995 9 1986 16 1953 13 1955 20 1950 18 1955 31 1953 20 1985 16 1989 11 1991 23 1995 20 2001 15 1994 32 2008 25 2003 25 1963 17 1963 16 1971 41 1968 22 1959 20 1971 41 1999 26 1971 41 1958 23 2010 20 1965 9 1989 12 1964 22 1955 20 1996 19 1953 19 1992 16 1963 19 1965 18 1962 15 2002 12 2007 27 1980 34 1952 11 2009 28 1950 18 1996 13 1980 14 1964 20 2002 23 2009 15 1952 18 1996 15 1999 24 1967 18 1988 29 2007 26 1995 7 1992 12 2010 11

TOP ALL-TIME PERFORMANCES 100-YARD RUSHING PERFORMANCES (Cont.) Yards Player Opponent 122 Kyle Furham La Crosse 122 Jimmy Henderson Eau Claire 122 Stan Strama River Falls 122 Nate Harms Stout 122 Dustin Robinson Tri State 117 Roger Reed Eau Claire 115 Jason Vandervelden Oshkosh 113 Tom Mckinny Iowa Wes. 111 Jim Manes Eau Claire 110 Theo Blanco Platteville 110 Nate Harms Eau Claire 110 Wally Schmitt N. State 108 Wally Schmitt Whitewater 107 TC Farber 106 Cory Flisakowski La Crosse 104 Tom Fitzgerald Eau Claire 102 Stan Strama Eau Claire 100 Nate Harms Butler 100 Cory Flisakowski Butler 100 Keith Ingram Eau Claire 150-YARD PASS RECEIVING PERFORMANCES Yards Player Opponent 303 Chuck Braun Superior 295 Aatron Kenney Stout 271 Theo Blanco Oshkosh 243 Jared Jenkins Eau Claire 235 Don Moehling Oshkosh 233 Tony Romano Platteville 232 Don Moehling Stout 232 Andy Martin SW State 228 Aatron Kenney Superior 225 Theo Blanco Platteville 218 Jose Barda Platteville 212 Barry Rose Valparaiso 212 Bill Ott River Falls 207 Theo Blanco La Crosse 207 Joe Zuba River Falls 206 Don Moehling La Crosse 205 Bill Newhouse River Falls 199 Theo Blanco River Falls 198 Jared Jenkins River Falls 195 Ross Adamczak Whitewater 191 Jeff Gosa Stout 187 Jared Jenkins Missouri S&T 187 Barry Rose Whitewater 184 Aatron Kenney Westmar 183 Theo Blanco St. Norbert 182 Barry Rose Superior 177 Jared Jenkins La Crosse 176 Jeff Gosa Stout 174 Chuck Braun Eau Claire 174 Kurt Kielblock Augustana 173 Theo Blanco NW Missouri 173 Chuck Braun Platteville 171 Mike Christman Stout 171 Jeff Gosa La Crosse 170 Bob Whitsitt Wayne State 169 Rob Mayer River Falls 169 Theo Blanco Valparaiso 169 Barry Rose Platteville 167 Doug Krueger Morningside 164 Jeff Gosa Morningside 164 Don Moehling La Crosse 164 Don Moehling River Falls 161 Theo Blanco Eau Claire 161 Bill Newhouse Morningside 159 Cory Flisakowski River Falls 159 Tony Romano Stout 157 Doug Krueger St. Norbert 156 Tony Romano Tri State 155 Chuck Braun Whitewater 155 Doug Krueger St. Norbert 154 Joe Zuba Platteville 153 Chuck Braun Oshkosh 150 Bill Newhouse Whitewater 150 Bill Hamilton Eau Claire 150 Barry Rose Platteville

Year Atts. 2010 25 1991 34 1994 20 1996 15 2004 11 1991 26 2003 29 1995 14 1988 25 1987 23 1995 22 2000 13 1999 28 2008 24 2002 15 1996 11 1995 15 1994 19 2003 23 2010 21 Year Rec. 1981 13 1987 10 1987 17 2009 8 1989 13 2003 13 1988 12 1998 10 1987 10 1987 13 1994 12 1989 20 1997 11 1987 11 1978 13 1989 7 1977 16 1987 13 2010 9 2003 7 1973 12 2009 15 1991 12 1987 6 1988 12 1989 9 2010 7 1975 16 1979 12 2003 5 1987 10 1981 11 1985 10 1976 9 1977 12 1981 8 1988 14 1991 6 1976 6 1975 11 1988 12 1988 10 1987 14 1975 11 2002 4 2004 8 1975 14 2004 4 1979 8 1974 7 1977 10 1981 12 1977 11 1972 11 1989 20

400-YARD TOTAL OFFENSE PERFORMANCES Yards Player Opponent Year 670 Scott Krause Platteville 2001 653 Kirk Baungartner Superior 1989 630 Kirk Baumgartner Oshkosh 1989 628 Scott Krause Platteville 2003 602 Tom Fitzgerald Platteville 1996 601 Ryan Arlenbacher Platteville 1997 587 Kirk Baumgartner Valparaiso 1988 581 Kirk Baumgartner Stout 1988 581 Roger Hauri Oshkosh 1993 568 Kirk Baumgartner St. Norbert 1988 567 Scott Krause River Falls 2003 564 Ryan Arlenbacher Oshkosh 1998 564 Scott Krause Butler 2003 560 Brett Borchart Tri-State 2004 551 Kirk Baumgartner River Falls 1988 551 Tom Fitzgerald Iowa Wes. 1996 545 Scott Krause Whitewater 2003 542 Scott Krause Tri-State 2003 536 Kirk Baumgartner Valparaiso 1989 533 Brett Borchart Waldorf 2004 532 Jay Kremar UM Morris 1992 531 Tom Fitzgerald Stout 1995 528 Kirk Baumgartner Oshkosh 1988 525 Tom Fitzgerald Oshkosh 1996 524 Roger Hauri Eau Claire 1993 523 Roger Hauri Platteville 1993 521 Roger Hauri UM Morris 1993 519 Brett Borchart Waldorf 2005 515 Brett Borchart Eau Claire 2004 514 Roger Hauri Mich Tech 1993 511 Reed Giordana Morningside 1975 511 Tom Fitzgerald Bemidji 1996 505 Jay Kremar Butler 1995 492 Roger Hauri Eau Claire 1992 491 Tom Fitzgerald Eau Claire 1996 488 Ryan Arlenbacher Stout 1998 485 Scott Krause Winona 2000 484 Brett Borchart River Falls 2005 480 Kirk Baumgartner Stout 1987 480 Kirk Baumgartner Platteville 1989 471 Roger Hauri Thomas 1993 465 Kirk Baumgartner Eau Claire 1987 463 Scott Krause Butler 2002 462 Roger Hauri Eau Claire 1990 455 Reed Giordana Eau Claire 1977 453 Ryan Arlenbacher Morningside 1997 452 Roger Hauri Oshkosh 1990 451 Brion Demski Superior 1981 450 Roger Hauri Oshkosh 1992 449 Jared Beckwith Eau Claire 2009 448 Roger Hauri Superior 1991 446 Scott Krause Whitewater 2002 446 Brett Borchart Stout 2004 445 Scott Krause Platteville 2002 444 Jay Kremar Iowa Wes. 1995 442 Roger Hauri Oshkosh 1991 440 Roger Hauri Stout 1993 438 Tom Fitzgerald Whitewater 1996 436 Kirk Baumgartner La Crosse 1987 436 Kirk Baumgartner Eau Claire 1988 436 Tom Fitzgerald Stout 1996 434 Kirk Baumgartner Stout 1989 434 Kirk Baumgartner Whitewater 1989 432 Kirk Baumgartner Oshkosh 1987 431 Brett Borchart Oshkosh 2004 428 Dave Berghuis Eau Claire 2000 428 Scott Krause Bethel 2001 427 Scott Krause Oshkosh 2001 423 Scott Krause Eau Claire 2001 423 Brett Borchart Platteville 2004 414 Kenn Pride Platteville 1999 414 Brett Borchart Linfield 2004 412 Roger Hauri Whitewater 1991 412 Ryan Arlenbacher River Falls 1997 411 Roger Hauri Whitewater 1993 409 Reed Giordana Stout 1975 409 Scott Krause Ohio North. 2001

Rush Pass 405 265 148 505 157 473 201 427 305 297 244 357 145 442 121 460 430 151 114 454 212 355 141 423 192 372 306 254 109 442 274 277 155 390 260 282 120 416 108 425 328 204 219 312 47 481 280 245 229 295 300 223 311 210 204 315 86 429 324 190 7 504 288 233 401 104 376 116 241 250 303 185 242 243 229 255 -43 523 85 395 195 276 44 421 72 391 217 245 19 436 160 293 260 192 -26 477 261 189 2 447 216 232 307 139 88 358 232 213 315 129 152 290 233 207 131 307 -14 445 131 305 329 107 44 390 20 414 -13 445 225 206 192 236 245 183 201 226 220 203 163 260 229 185 163 278 217 195 55 357 273 138 54 355 267 142

TOP ALL-TIME PERFORMANCES 400-YARD TOTAL OFFENSE PERFORMANCES (Cont.) Yards Player Opponent Year 409 Brett Borchart River Falls 2004 407 Kirk Baumgartner St. Norbert 1989 405 Tom Fitzgerald Platteville 1995 404 Reed Giordana St. Norbert 1975 402 Scott Krause Whitewater 2001 400 Dave Geissler Eau Claire 1984

Rush Pass 102 307 53 348 238 167 17 387 151 251 3 397

80-YARD TOUCHDOWN PLAYS Yards Player Opponent Year Play 99 Larry Holmes Platteville 1963 Kickoff Return 99 Cory Flisakowski La Crosse 2002 Kickoff Return 97 Tim Ott La Crosse 1994 Kickoff Return 97 Andy Palzkill Stout 1998 Interception Return 96 Bob Burns Oshkosh 1988 Interception Return 95 Jim Lievenstein Whitewater 1963 Interception Return 94 Tim Ott Whitewater 1993 Kickoff Return 93 Chad Valentque Northern St. 1999 Kickoff Return 92 Aatron Kenney Geneva 1987 Kickoff Return 90 Sonny Redders Platteville 1962 Punt Return 90 Aatron Kenney St. Ambrose 1987 Kickoff Return 90 Baumgartner/Kenney Westmar 1987 Pass 90 Sonny Redders Superior 1962 Run 90 Phil Birkel River Falls 1966 Kickoff Return 90 Don Moehling St. Norbert 1989 Pass 90 Ross Adamczak Platteville 2001 Reception 89 Baumgartner/Kenney Stout 1987 Pass 89 Baumgartner/Kenney Geneva 1987 Pass 89 Demski/Hesler Whitewater 1979 Pass 88 Anthony Aker Platteville 2010 Kickoff Return 88 Andy Martin La Crosse 1994 Kickoff Return 87 Eugene Wojciechowski Platteville 1988 Blocked Extra Point Return 87 Kurt Kielblock Augustana 2003 Reception 86 Sonny Redders La Crosse 1963 Run 86 Dean Bryan Oshkosh 1993 Kickoff Return 86 Eric Heidenreiter Butler 2002 Reception 85 Rod Mayer Eau Claire 1981 Kickoff Return 85 Giordana/Gosa La Crosse 1976 Pass 85 Larry Holmes Oshkosh 1962 Kickoff Return 85 Ken Willborn River Falls 1967 Interception 85 Dave Anderson Platteville 1964 Interception 83 Mike Gaab Bethel 1983 Kickoff Return 82 Jim Maves Valparaiso 1988 Run 82 Eric Heidenreiter Butler 2002 Reception 80 Beckwith/ Swank River Falls 2009 Pass 80 Knuese/Geissler Stout 1984 Pass 80 Robert Reed St. Ambrose 1990 Kickoff Return 80 Brad Kalsow Stout 2005 Reception

KIRK BAUMGARTNER was the first player in the modern era from the Wisconsin State University Conference to be enshrined in the College Football Hall of Fame. The “Colby Cannon” led the Pointers to three NAIA playoff appearances and threw for 122 career touchdowns and 14,847 career yards.

10 OR MORE PASS RECEPTIONS Rec. Player Opponent 17 Theo Blanco Oshkosh 16 Bill Newhouse River Falls 16 Jeff Gosa Stout 14 Theo Blanco Eau Claire 14 Doug Krueger St. Norbert 14 Theo Blanco Valparaiso 13 Theo Blanco River Falls 13 Theo Blanco Platteville 13 Mike Gaab Stout 13 Rod Mayer Eau Claire 13 Chuck Braun Superior 13 Joe Zuba River Falls 13 Jeff Gosa La Crosse 13 Don Moehling Oshkosh 13 Barry Rose Wayne State 12 Brad Kaslow La Crosse 12 Tim Lau La Crosse 12 Chuck Braun Eau Claire 12 Bob Witsitt Wayne State 12 Chuck Braun Oshkosh 12 Jeff Gosa Stout 12 Jeff Gosa Stout 12 Theo Blanco St. Norbert 12 Don Moehling La Crosse 12 Don Moehling Stout 12 Barry Rose Whitewater 12 Jose Banda Platteville 11 Anthony Aker Eau Claire 11 Theo Blanco La Crosse 11 Jared Jenkins River Falls 11 Jared Jenkins Willamette 11 Jared Jenkins Wartburg 11 Keith Majors Eau Claire 11 Guy Otte Eau Claire 11 Mike Gaab Bethel 11 Chuck Braun Platteville 11 Jeff Eckerson Eau Claire 11 Jeff Gosa Stout 11 Jeff Gosa River Falls 11 Bill Newhouse Morningside 11 Doug Krueger Oshkosh 11 Bill Hamilton Eau Claire 11 Theo Blanco Oshkosh 11 Jeff Johnson Platteville 11 Don Moehling Whitewater 11 Barry Rose River Falls 11 Barry Rose River Falls 11 Bill Ott River Falls 10 Jared Jenkins Stout 10 Jared Jenkins Azusa Pacific 10 Jared Jenkins Stout 10 Theo Blanco NM Missouri 10 Aatron Kenney Superior 10 Aatron Kenney Stout 10 Paul Bertotto Eau Claire 10 Tim Lau Oshkosh 10 Tim Lau Augsburg 10 Rod Mayer Platteville 10 Joe Zuba Eau Claire 10 Bill Newhouse St. Norbert 10 Joe Zuba Platteville 10 Doug Krueger Whitewater 10 Joe Zuba Oshkosh 10 Doug Krueger Morningside 10 Jeff Gosa Morningside 10 Jeff Gosa Superior 10 Doug Krueger River Falls 10 Mike Christman Stout 10 Jim Maves La Crosse 10 Jim Maves Eau Claire 10 Don Moehling River Falls 10 Barry Rose Valparaiso 10 Andy Martin SW State

Year Y ards 1987 271 1977 205 1975 176 1987 161 1975 157 1988 169 1987 199 1987 225 1983 89 1982 137 1981 303 1976 126 1975 108 1989 235 1991 132 2008 129 1982 118 1979 174 1972 170 1981 153 1974 126 1973 191 1988 183 1988 164 1988 232 1991 187 1994 218 2009 95 1987 207 2009 131 2010 96 2008 77 1987 59 1984 140 1983 133 1981 173 1977 127 1976 122 1976 122 1976 161 1975 104 1972 150 1988 122 1989 77 1989 145 1989 117 1990 90 1997 212 2008 82 2009 84 2010 96 1987 173 1987 228 1987 228 1984 104 1983 146 1982 77 1982 126 1978 144 1977 122 1977 154 1976 146 1976 135 1974 126 1974 126 1974 126 1974 94 1985 171 1988 57 1988 98 1988 164 1989 212 1998 232

ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS HEAD COACH

Seasons

W

L

T

Win %

Raycroft

2 (1895-96)

5

2

0

.714

Joe Marshall Flint

1 (1897)

2

0

0

1.000

V.E. McCaskill

1 (1898)

3

2

1

.600

Garrey

1 (1899)

4

1

0

.800

Harvey Schofield

2 (1900, 1903)

2

3

1

.417

Spindler

1 (1901)

2

2

0

.500

J. Christensen

1 (1902)

1

2

0

.333

A.C. Lerum

1 (1904)

1

2

0

.333

Smiley

1 (1905)

0

1

1

.250

Clarence Mortell

1 (1906)

0

1

3

.375

W.F. Lusk

4 (1907-10)

9

8

1

.528

Leonard Schneller

2 (1912-13)

0

7

1

.062

George Corneal

3 (1914-16)

11

7

0

.611

Fairchild/Watson

2 (1917-18)

6

3

1

.650

S.A. Tenison

1 (1919)

2

3

1

.417

J.E. Swetland

6 (1920-25)

12

23

4

.359

Walter Hunting

1 (1926)

1

3

1

.300

Carl Eggebrecht

2 (1927-28)

7

3

2

.667

Stockdale

2 (1929-30)

1

12

1

.108

Eddie Kotal

11 (1931-41)

35

38

8

.482

George Berg

4 (1942, ‘45-47)

8

13

1

.387

Hale Quandt

4 (1948-51)

10

12

6

.465

John Roberts

5 (1952-56)

29

10

1

.738

Duaine Counsell

11 (1957-65, ‘67-68)

56

33

4

.624

Bill Burns

1 (1966)

6

3

0

.667

Pat O’Halloran

3 (1969-1971)

3

26

1

.117

Monte Charles

5 (1972-76)

20

30

0

.400

Ron Steiner

5 (1977-81)

26

24

1

.520

D.J. Leroy

6 (1982-87)

29

39

1

.428

John Miech

24 (1988-2011)

156 83

2

.655

ALL-TIME VS. OPPONENTS Opponent (First meeting)................ Record

Opponent (First meeting)................ Record

Abilene Christian (1977)......................... 0-1-0

Northern State (1997)........................... 3-1-0

Albion (Mich.) (2010)............................. 2-0-0

Northland (1925).................................. 5-1-1

Augsburg (1964)................................... 1-2-0

NW Missouri State (1986)...................... 1-1-0

Augustana (Ill.) (2002).......................... 2-0-0

Northwestern Coll. (1945)...................... 0-1-0

Augustana (S.D.) (1985)........................ 1-0-0

Ohio Northern (2001)............................ 2-0-0

Azusa Pacific (2008).............................. 1-1-0

Pacific Lutheran (1987).......................... 0-1-0

Baker (Kansas) (1991)........................... 0-0-1

Portland State (1987)............................ 0-1-0

Beloit (1956)........................................ 1-0-0

Ripon (1903)........................................ 1-4-0

Bemidji State (1962)............................. 4-2-0

South Dakota (1988)............................. 0-1-0

Bethel (Minn.) (1983)............................ 2-0-0

South Dakota State (1986)..................... 0-1-0

Bradley (1939)...................................... 0-1-0

Southwest State (1994)......................... 2-0-0

Butler (1994)........................................ 2-2-0

St. Ambrose (1987)............................... 1-2-0

Carleton (1932).................................... 0-1-0

St. Cloud State (1934)........................... 3-1-0

Central (Iowa) (2009)............................ 0-1-0

St. John’s (1999).................................. 0-2-0

Central State (Ohio) (1984).................... 0-1-0

St. Norbert (1914).............................16-16-1

Concordia-Moor. (1986).......................... 0-1-0

St. Thomas (1984)................................ 2-0-0

Dayton (1986)...................................... 0-1-0

Thomas More (1993)............................. 2-0-0

Drake (1999)........................................ 1-1-0

Tiffin (1990)......................................... 1-0-0

Dubuque (1938).................................... 1-0-1

Tri-State (2003).................................... 2-0-0

Eastern Illinois (1971)........................... 1-1-0

Trinity International (2006)..................... 1-0-0

Geneva (1987)...................................... 0-1-0

Valparaiso (1988).................................. 2-0-0

Hamline (1956)..................................... 3-3-0

Waldorf (2004)..................................... 4-0-0

Hardin-Simmons (2005)......................... 0-2-0

Wartburg (2009)................................... 0-1-0

Hillsdale (1964).................................... 1-1-0

Wayne State MI (1977).......................... 0-1-0

Illinois Wesleyan (1934)......................... 0-2-0

Wayne State NE (1991).......................... 0-1-0

Iowa Wesleyan (1995)........................... 4-0-0

Webber Int. (2007)............................... 2-0-0

Lakeland (1960).................................... 3-0-0

Westmar (1987).................................... 0-1-0

Lawrence (1895)................................ 6-12-0

Willamette (Ore.) (2010)........................ 1-1-0

Linfield (2004)...................................... 0-2-0

Winona State (2000)............................. 1-0-0

Luther (1952)....................................... 1-1-0

Wis.-Eau Claire (1919)........................43-32-5

Mankato State (1938)............................ 0-2-1

Wis.-La Crosse (1913)........................ 12-43-4

Michigan Tech (1950)............................. 4-2-2

Wis.-Milwaukee (1921)........................21-14-2

Milton (1978)........................................ 4-0-0

Wis.-Oshkosh (1896)..........................59-42-8

Minnesota-Morris (1985)........................ 3-0-0

Wis.-Platteville (1923).........................49-32-3

Minot State (1995)................................ 1-0-0

Wis.-River Falls (1912)........................28-39-3

Missouri S&T (2009).............................. 2-0-0

Wis.-Stout (1913)...............................48-17-2

Morningside (1974)............................... 2-1-0

Wis.-Superior (1897)..........................33-17-3

Northern Illinois (1936).......................... 0-4-1

Wis.-Whitewater (1895)......................31-59-0

Northern Iowa (1972)............................ 0-1-0 Northern Michigan (1928)....................... 1-4-0

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS Year W 1895 2 1896 3 1897 2 1898 3 1899 4 1900 2 1901 2 1902 1 1903 0 1904 1 1905 0 1906 0 1907 4 1908 4 1909 1 1910 0 1911 NO 1912 0 1913 0 1914 5 1915 3 1916 3 1917 4 1918 2 1919 2 1920 3 1921 3 1922 2 1923 0 1924 2 1925 2 1926 1 1927 2 1928 5 1929 0 1930 1 1931 1 1932 2 1933 6 1934 7 1935 2 1936 2 1937 2 1938 3 1939 2 1940 5 1941 3 1942 1 1943-44 NO 1945 2 1946 3 1947 2 1948 3 1949 5 1950 2 1951 0 1952 7 1953 5 1954 5

L T Pct 1 0 .667 1 0 .750 0 0 1.000 2 0 .600 1 0 .800 0 1 .833 2 0 .500 2 0 .333 3 0 .000 2 0 .333 1 1 .250 1 3 .375 2 1 .643 1 0 .800 4 0 .200 1 0 .000 TEAM 2 1 .167 5 0 .000 2 0 .714 2 0 .600 3 0 .500 1 1 .750 2 0 .500 3 1 .417 2 1 .583 2 1 .583 4 1 .357 6 1 .071 5 0 .286 4 0 .333 3 1 .300 3 1 .417 0 1 .917 6 0 .000 6 1 .188 7 1 .167 5 0 .286 0 1 .929 1 0 .875 5 0 .286 3 1 .417 3 2 .429 2 2 .571 6 0 .250 2 1 .688 4 0 .429 4 0 .200 TEAM 2 0 .500 2 1 .583 5 0 .286 4 1 .438 1 0 .833 4 1 .357 3 4 .286 1 0 .875 3 0 .625 2 1 .688

Head Coach Raycroft Raycroft Joe Marshall Flint V.E. McCaskill Garrey Harvey Schofield Spindler J. Christensen Harvey Schofield A.C. Lerum Smiley Clarence Mortell W.F. Lusk W.F. Lusk W.F. Lusk W.F. Lusk Leonard Schneller Leonard Schneller George Corneal George Corneal George Corneal Fairchild/Watson Fairchild/Watson S.A. Tenison J.E. Swetland J.E. Swetland J.E. Swetland J.E. Swetland J.E. Swetland J.E. Swetland Walter Hunting Carl Eggebrecht Carl Eggebrecht Stockdale Stockdale Eddie Kotal Eddie Kotal Eddie Kotal Eddie Kotal Eddie Kotal Eddie Kotal Eddie Kotal Eddie Kotal Eddie Kotal Eddie Kotal Eddie Kotal George Berg George Berg George Berg George Berg Hale Quandt Hale Quandt Hale Quandt Hale Quandt John Roberts John Roberts John Roberts

Year W L T Pct 1955 8 0 0 1.000 1956 4 4 0 .500 1957 3 4 0 .429 1958 7 0 1 .938 1959 4 3 1 .563 1960 5 3 0 .625 1961 8 1 0 .889 1962 6 2 0 .750 1963 6 2 0 .750 1964 3 6 0 .333 1965 6 3 0 .667 1966 6 3 0 .667 1967 6 2 1 .722 1968 2 7 1 .250 1969 2 8 0 .200 1970 1 8 1 .150 1971 0 10 0 .000 1972 2 8 0 .200 1973 4 6 0 .400 1974 3 7 0 .300 1975 4 6 0 .400 1976 7 3 0 .700 1977 8 2 1 .773 1978 4 6 0 .400 1979 5 5 0 .500 1980 4 6 0 .400 1981 5 5 0 .500 1982 3 7 0 .300 1983 4 6 0 .400 1984 6 5 0 .545 1985 8 2 1 .773 1986 8 4 0 .667 1987 0 15 0 .000 1988 7 4 0 .636 1989 8 2 1 .773 1990 6 4 0 .600 1991 6 3 1 .650 1992 5 4 0 .556 1993 8 2 0 .800 1994 7 3 0 .700 1995 8 2 0 .800 1996 6 3 0 .667 1997 6 4 0 .600 1998 7 2 0 .778 1999 9 2 0 .818 2000 2 8 0 .200 2001 8 3 0 .727 2002 6 4 0 .600 2003 8 2 0 .800 2004 6 4 0 .600 2005 4 6 0 .400 2006 6 4 0 .600 2007 6 4 0 .600 2008 9 2 0 .819 2009 7 2 0 .778 2010 7 3 0 .700 2011 4 6 0 .400 All-Time Record 113 447 396 42 .529

Head Coach John Roberts John Roberts Duaine Counsell Duaine Counsell Duaine Counsell Duaine Counsell Duaine Counsell Duaine Counsell Duaine Counsell Duaine Counsell Duaine Counsell Bill Burns Duaine Counsell Duaine Counsell Pat O’Halloran Pat O’Halloran Pat O’Halloran Monte Charles Monte Charles Monte Charles Monte Charles Monte Charles Ron Steiner Ron Steiner Ron Steiner Ron Steiner Ron Steiner D.J. Leroy D.J. Leroy D.J. Leroy D.J. Leroy D.J. Leroy D.J. Leroy John Miech John Miech John Miech John Miech John Miech John Miech John Miech John Miech John Miech John Miech John Miech John Miech John Miech John Miech John Miech John Miech John Miech John Miech John Miech John Miech John Miech John Miech John Miech John Miech

ALL-TIME RESULTS 2011 (4-6, 2-5) Head Coach: John Miech 9/3 @Willamette (OR) 9/10 Platteville 9/24 @ Albion 10/1 @ La Crosse 10/8 Stout 10/15 River Falls 10/22 @ Eau Claire 10/29 @ Whitewater 11/5 Oshkosh 11/12 @ Platteville 2010 (7-3, 5-2) Head Coach: John Miech 9/4 Willamette (OR) 9/18 Missouri S&T 9/25 Albion 10/2 @Eau Claire 10/9 Oshkosh 10/16 @Stout 10/23 La Crosse 10/30 @Whitewater 11/6 @River Falls 11/13 Platteville 2009 (7-2, 6-1) Head Coach: John Miech 9/12 @Central College 9/19 @Missouri S&T 9/26 @Azusa Pacific 10/3 Eau Claire 10/10 Stout 10/17 @Oshkosh 10/24 @La Crosse 10/31 Whitewater 11/7 River Falls 11/14 @Platteville 2008 (9-2, 6-1) Head Coach: John Miech 9/6 Webber Int. 9/13 Iowa Wesleyan 9/27 Azusa Pacific 10/4 @River Falls 10/11 Platteville 10/18 @Stout 10/25 @Whitewater 11/1 Oshkosh 11/8 @Eau Claire 11/15 La Crosse 11/22 Wartburg$ 2007 (6-4, 3-4) Head Coach: John Miech 9/1 @Webber Int. 9/15 @Iowa Wesleyan 9/22 Waldorf 9/29 River Falls 10/6 @Platteville 10/13 Stout 10/20 Whitewater 10/27 @Oshkosh 11/3 Eau Claire 11/10 @La Crosse 21-24

W 8-6 L 3-26 W 14-3 L 28-31 L 19-22 W 31-10 W 28-24 L 16-31 L 24-38 L 7-51

2006 (6-4, 4-3) Head Coach: John Miech 9/2 @Hardin-Simmons L 17-49 9/16 La Crosse L 14-36 9/23 @Waldorf W 45-17 9/30 @Trinity Int. W 35-0 10/7 @Whitewater L 13-31 10/14 @River Falls L 17-20 10/21 Oshkosh W 27-24 10/28 @Eau Claire W 20-17 11/4 Platteville W 31-28 11/11 @Stout W 20-19

L 14-33 W 29-10 W 54-14 L 13-20 (OT) W 41-17 W 27-21 W 31-17 L 14-27 W 58-13 W 45-24

2005 (4-6, 3-4) Head Coach: John Miech 9/3 Hardin-Simmons L 12-38 9/17 @Linfield L 7-45 9/24 Waldorf W 42-13 10/1 @La Crosse L 0-24 10/8 Whitewater L 12-44 10/15 River Falls W 23-16 10/22 @Oshkosh L 20-23 10/29 Eau Claire L 3-17 11/5 @Platteville W 31-3 11/12 Stout W 38-26

L 21-22 W 21-17 L 7-23 W 48-33 W 7-6 W 24-17 W 26-14 L 12-41 W 45-15 W 41-27

2004 (6-4, 4-3) Head Coach: John Miech 9/11 Tri-State (IN) 9/18 Linfield (OR) 9/25 @Waldorf (IA) 10/2 La Crosse 10/9 @Eau Claire 10/16 @Stout 10/23 Oshkosh 10/30 @Whitewater 11/6 Platteville 11/13 @River Falls

W 57-3 L 35-46 W 41-7 L 14-35 L 27-28 W 23-7 W 22-16 (OT) W 15-12 W 29-26 L 22-24

2003 (8-2, 5-2) Head Coach: John Miech 9/6 @Augustana (IL) 9/13 @Tri-State (IN) 9/27 Butler (IN) 10/4 @La Crosse 10/11 Stout 10/18 Eau Claire 10/25 @Oshkosh 11/1 Whitewater 11/8 @Platteville 11/15 River Falls

W 19-15 W 63-0 W 56-7 L 21-24 L 27-37 W 31-28 W 13-9 W 60-30 W 55-21 W 49-15

2002 (6-4, 4-3) Head Coach: John Miech 9/7 Augustana (IL) 9/14 @Ohio Northern 9/21 @Butler (IN) 10/5 La Crosse 10/12 @Whitewater 10/19 @River Falls 10/26 Oshkosh 11/2 @Stout 11/9 Platteville 11/16 @Eau Claire

W 20-17 W 31-17 L 29-43 L 25-31 W 17-14 W 38-27 W 12-10 L 13-37 W 34-28 (OT) L 16-21

W 23-21 W 45-7 W 10-9 L 30-36 W 3-0 W 19-9 W 17-16 W 34-33 W 21-20 W 21-7 L 21-26

W 13-7 W 54-13 W 55-0 W 45-42 W 34-31 W 26-23 L 14-31 L 10-27 L 7-28 L

2001 (8-3, 5-2) Head Coach: John Miech 9/8 Ohio Northern 9/22 @Platteville (nc) 9/29 @La Crosse 10/6 Whitewater 10/13 River Falls 10/20 @Oshkosh 10/27 Stout 11/3 @Platteville 11/10 Eau Claire 11/17 Bethel (MN)$ 11/24 @St. John’s (MN)$

W 14-10 W 51-13 W 17-16 L 27-28 W 12-7 L 31-38 W 34-24 W 28-14 W 30-27(2OT) W 37-27 L 7-9

2000 (2-8, 1-6) Head Coach: John Miech 9/9 Northern St (SD) L 21-28 (OT) 9/16 Drake (IA) L 29-37 9/23 @Stout L 8-16 9/30 Oshkosh L 31-38 10/7 @River Falls L 20-49 10/14 @Whitewater L 0-9 10/21 La Crosse L 7-20 10/28 Platteville W 14-7 11/4 @Eau Claire L 17-38 11/11 vs Winona St (MN)* W 30-25 1999 (9-2, 6-1) Head Coach: John Miech 9/10 @Northern St (SD) 9/18 @Drake (IA) 9/25 Stout 10/2 @Oshkosh 10/9 River Falls 10/16 Whitewater 10/23 @La Crosse 10/30 @Platteville 11/6 Eau Claire 11/14 vs Bemidji St* 11/20 @St. John’s (MN)$

W 28-26 W 28-17 W 24-20 W 22-3 W 21-19 W 23-7 L 14-21 W 27-16 W 31-30 W 35-23 L 10-23

1998 (7-2, 5-2) Head Coach: John Miech 9/12 Northern St (SD) 9/26 @River Falls 10/3 Platteville 10/10 @Whitewater 10/17 @Eau Claire 10/24 La Crosse 10/31 Oshkosh 11/7 @Stout 11/14 vsSouthwest St#

W 26-21 L 13-18 W 26-20 L 12-21 W 27-26 W 24-14 W 47-28 W 62-34 W 28-16

1997 (6-4, 3-4) Head Coach: John Miech 9/6 @Northern St (SD) 9/13 Morningside (MN) 9/20 Bemidji St (MN) 9/27 @Platteville 10/4 Whitewater 10/11 Eau Claire 10/18 @Oshkosh 10/25 @La Crosse 11/1 Stout 11/8 River Falls

W 28-2 W 34-13 W 47-0 W 54-0 L 0-3 W 40-20 W 50-33 L 13-27 L 22-25 (OT) L 31-37

ALL-TIME RESULTS 1996 (6-3, 4-3) Head Coach: John Miech 9/7 @Stout 9/14 Iowa Wesleyan 9/21 @Bemidji St (MN) 9/28 @Eau Claire 10/12 Oshkosh 10/19 La Crosse 10/26 @Whitewater 11/2 @River Falls 11/9 Platteville

W 28-0 W 53-13 W 52-7 W 37-9 W 52-7 L 10-29 L 23-38 L 14-20 W 49-28

1995 (8-2, 5-2) Head Coach: John Miech 9/9 Minot St (ND) 9/16 @Iowa Wesleyan 9/23 @Butler (IN) 9/30 Eau Claire 10/7 Stout 10/14 @Oshkosh 10/21 @La Crosse 10/28 Whitewater 11/4 River Falls 11/11 @Platteville

W 9-7 W 41-13 W 37-0 W 17-0 W 52-20 W 41-0 L 15-25 W 31-24 L 18-28 W 32-10

1994 (7-3, 5-2) Head Coach: John Miech 9/10 Southwest St (MN) 9/17 @Whitewater 9/24 Butler (IN) 10/1 La Crosse 10/8 @Eau Claire 10/15 @Thomas More 10/22 @Stout 10/29 Oshkosh 11/5 @River Falls 11/12 Platteville

W 30-20 L 13-25 L 16-28 L 36-39 W 41-0 W 52-27 W 31-14 W 38-0 W 28-21 W 45-13

1993 (8-2, 6-1) Head Coach: John Miech 9/4 Michigan Tech 9/11 @UM-Morris 9/18 Whitewater 10/2 @La Crosse 10/9 Eau Claire 10/16 Thomas More (KY) 10/23 Stout 10/30 @Oshkosh 11/6 River Falls 11/13 @Platteville

L 21-43 W 47-0 W 31-6 L 14-21 W 47-23 W 20-17 W 45-12 W 76-6 W 36-22 W 21-7

1992 (5-4, 4-3) Head Coach: John Miech 9/5 @Michigan Tech 9/12 UM-Morris 9/19 La Crosse 10/3 @Whitewater 10/10 Oshkosh 10/17 @Stout 10/31 Platteville 11/7 @Eau Claire 11/14 @River Falls

L 13-25 W 42-12 L 17-19 L 13-14 W 35-7 W 63-6 W 31-7 W 42-7 L 24-44

1991 (6-3-1, 6-2) Head Coach: John Miech 9/7 @Baker (KS) 9/14 @La Crosse 9/21 @Wayne St (MI) 9/28 Whitewater 10/5 @Oshkosh 10/12 Stout 10/19 @Superior 10/26 @Platteville 11/2 Eau Claire 11/9 River Falls

T 0-0 L 6-21 L 17-22 W 16-10 W 35-7 W 37-0 W 39-10 L 18-26 W 14-7 W 34-18

1990 (6-4, 4-4) Head Coach: John Miech 9/8 @Tiffin (OH) 9/15 Platteville 9/22 St. Ambrose (IA) 9/29 La Crosse 10/6 @Stout 10/13 Oshkosh 10/20 @Whitewater 10/27 @River Falls 11/3 Superior 11/10 @Eau Claire

W 28-2 W 11-9 W 23-21 L 7-21 L 15-25 W 23-3 L 7-27 L 17-41 W 23-6 W 24-13

1989 (8-2-1, 6-1-1) Head Coach: John Miech 9/9 @St. Norbert 9/16 @Platteville 9/23 Valparaiso (IN) 9/30 @La Crosse 10/7 Stout 10/14 @Oshkosh 10/21 Whitewater 10/28 River Falls 11/4 @Superior 11/11 Eau Claire 11/18 La Crosse$

W 31-20 T 28-28 W 49-15 L 21-37 W 42-24 W 52-13 W 45-14 W 21-13 W 72-14 W 17-3 L 20-30

1988 (7-4, 5-3) Head Coach: John Miech 9/3 @South Dakota 9/10 St. Norbert 9/17 @Whitewater 9/24 @Valparaiso (IN) 10/1 La Crosse 10/8 @Eau Claire 10/15 Superior 10/22 @Stout 10/29 Oshkosh 11/5 @River Falls 11/12 Platteville

L 7-40 W 38-15 L 14-20 W 56-19 L 14-24 W 28-0 W 40-3 W 41-23 W 36-14 W 42-34 L 23-26

1987 (0-15, 0-8) Head Coach: D.J. LeRoy 9/5 @Portland St (OR) 9/12 @St. Ambrose (IA) 9/19 Whitewater 9/26 @NW Missouri St 10/3 @La Crosse 10/10 Eau Claire 10/17 @Superior 10/24 Stout 10/31 @Oshkosh 11/7 River Falls 11/14 @Platteville 11/21 Westmar (IA)$ 11/28 @St. Ambrose$ 12/5 Geneva (PA)$ 12/13 @Pacific Luth.*

L 7-33 L Forf (21-20) L Forf (26-23) L Forf (28-10) L Forf (23-22) L 22-31 L Forf (52-6) L Forf (52-27) L Forf (52-20) L Forf (37-0) L Forf (24-7) L Forf (50-24) L Forf (30-14) L Forf (48-25) L Forf (16-16)

1986 (8-4, 7-1) Head Coach: D.J. LeRoy 9/6 @South Dakota St 9/13 @Dayton (OH) 9/20 La Crosse 9/27 NW Missouri 10/4 @Whitewater 10/11 Oshkosh 10/18 @Stout 10/25 Superior 11/1 Platteville 11/8 @Eau Claire 11/15 @River Falls 11/22 @Concordia (MN)$

L 7-14 L 6-26 L 14-20 W 49-21 W 29-7 W 17-7 W 48-24 W 56-0 W 15-10 W 13-0 W 28-8 L 15-24

1985 (8-2-1, 5-2-1) Head Coach: D.J. LeRoy 9/7 St. Thomas (MN) 9/14 @Augustana (IL) 9/21 @La Crosse 9/28 @UM-Morris 10/5 Whitewater 10/12 @Oshkosh 10/19 Stout 10/26 @Superior 11/2 @Platteville 11/9 Eau Claire 11/16 River Falls

W 34-17 W 21-19 T 35-35 W 35-30 L 24-28 W 62-6 W 17-14 W 48-0 L 9-10 W 28-6 W 23-19

1984 (6-5, 4-4) Head Coach: D.J. LeRoy 9/1 @Central St (OH) 9/8 @St. Thomas (MN) 9/15 Platteville 9/22 Dubuque (IA) 9/29 La Crosse 10/6 @Stout 10/13 Oshkosh 25-7 10/20 @Whitewater 10/27 @River Falls 11/3 Superior 11/10 @Eau Claire

L 7-49 W 19-3 W 13-10 W 26-14 L 0-27 W 23-7 W L 7-24 L 7-34 W 38-7 L 23-30

1983 (4-6, 2-6) Head Coach: D.J. LeRoy 9/10 Bethel 9/17 @Platteville 9/24 @St. Norbert 10/1 @La Crosse 10/8 Stout 10/15 @Oshkosh 10/22 Whitewater 10/29 River Falls 11/5 @Superior 11/12 Eau Claire

W 30-17 L 7-27 W 24-7 L 18-21 W 30-6 L 7-28 L 7-42 L 29-49 W 23-0 L 21-41

1982 (3-7, 3-5) Head Coach: D.J. LeRoy 9/4 Augsburg (MN) 9/18 @Whitewater 9/25 St. Norbert 10/2 La Crosse 10/9 @Eau Claire 10/16 Superior 10/23 @Stout 10/30 Oshkosh 11/6 @River Falls 11/13 Platteville

L Forf(33-6) L Forf(30-24) L Forf(14-7) L 0-23 L 14-17 W 30-0 L 28-35 W 17-7 L 19-24 W 27-24 (OT)

ALL-TIME RESULTS 1981 (5-5, 4-4) Head Coach: D.J. LeRoy 9/12 Milton 9/19 Whitewater 9/26 @St. Norbert 10/3 @La Crosse 10/10 Eau Claire 10/17 @Superior 10/24 Stout 10/31 @Oshkosh 11/7 River Falls 11/14 @Platteville 1980 (4-6, 2-6) Head Coach: Ron Steiner 9/6 @Milton 9/13 La Crosse 9/20 St. Norbert 9/27 @Whitewater 10/4 Oshkosh 10/11 @Stout 10/18 Superior 10/25 Platteville 11/1 @Eau Claire 11/8 @River Falls 1979 (5-5, 4-4) Head Coach: Ron Steiner 9/8 Milton 9/15 @La Crosse 9/22 @St. Norbert 9/29 Whitewater 10/6 @Oshkosh 10/13 Stout 10/20 @Superior 10/27 @Platteville 11/3 Eau Claire 11/10 River Falls 1978 (4-6, 2-6) Head Coach: Ron Steiner 9/9 @Milton 9/16 Platteville 9/23 St. Norbert 9/30 La Crosse 10/7 @Stout 10/14 Oshkosh 10/21 @Whitewater 10/28 @River Falls 11/4 Superior 11/11 @Eau Claire 1977 (8-2-1, 7-0-1) Head Coach: Ron Steiner 9/10 Wayne St (MI) 9/17 @Platteville 9/24 @St. Norbert 10/1 @La Crosse 10/8 Stout 10/15 @Oshkosh 10/22 Whitewater 10/29 River Falls 11/5 @Superior 11/12 Eau Claire 12/3 @Abilene Chris.$ 7-35

W 42-17 L 2-20 L 7-10 L 17-20 L 24-29 W 35-27 W 24-7 W 20-14 (OT) W 35-32 L 9-28

1976 (7-3, 5-3) Head Coach: Ron Steiner 9/4 Lakeland 9/18 @Whitewater 9/25 St. Norbert 10/2 La Crosse 10/9 @Eau Claire 10/16 Superior 10/23 @Stout 10/30 Oshkosh 11/6 @River Falls 11/13 Platteville

W 37-12 L 10-36 W 41-31 L 3-27 L 7-28 L 21-35 W 20-14 L 13-27 W 38-23 L 21-38

1975 (4-6, 4-4) Head Coach: Monte Charles 9/6 Morningside (IA) 9/13 Whitewater 9/20 @St. Norbert 9/27 @La Crosse 10/4 Eau Claire 10/11 @Superior 10/18 Stout 10/25 @Oshkosh 11/1 River Falls 11/8 @Platteville

W 17-14 L 7-62 L 0-15 L 21-23 W 20-17 W 34-33 W 21-19 L 21-27 W 28-21 L 7-47

1974 (3-7, 2-6) Head Coach: Monte Charles 9/7 @Morningside (IA) 9/14 La Crosse 9/21 St. Norbert 9/28 @Whitewater 10/5 Oshkosh 10/12 @Stout 10/19 Superior 10/26 Platteville 11/2 @Eau Claire 11/9 @River Falls

W 27-9 L 3-14 W 21-13 L 6-36 L 7-30 L 0-21 W 14-12 L 20-23 W 22-10 L 0-28

1973 (4-6, 3-5) Head Coach: Monte Charles 9/8 Eastern Illinois 9/15 @La Crosse 9/22 @St. Norbert 9/29 Whitewater 10/6 @Oshkosh 10/13 Stout 10/20 @Superior 10/27 @Platteville 11/3 Eau Claire 11/10 River Falls

L 21-28 W 28-10 W 45-8 T 7-7 W 36-0 W 31-26 W 41-3 W 29-28 W 33-10 W 39-14 L

1972 (2-8, 2-6) Head Coach: Monte Charles @Northern Iowa Platteville St. Norbert @La Crosse @Stout @Oshkosh @Whitewater River Falls @Superior Eau Claire

W 38-3 L 24-30 W 37-12 W 31-7 W 17-9 W 45-6 W 45-20 L 15-18 L 35-48 W 38-14

1971 (0-10, 0-8) Head Coach: Pat O’Halloran @Eastern Illinois @Platteville @St. Norbert La Crosse Stout Oshkosh Whitewater @River Falls Superior @Eau Claire

L 21-28 L 13-15 L 24-27 L 20-21 W 38-22 W 28-0 W 31-0 L 13-17 L 14-56 W 14-8

1970 (1-8-1, 1-6-1) Head Coach: Pat O’Halloran Parsons L 0-22 @Whitewater L 3-27 St. Norbert L 13-20 @La Crosse T 7-7 Eau Claire L 13-21 @Superior L 7-22 @Stout L 7-9 @Oshkosh L 9-13 River Falls W 30-6 Platteville L 3-23

W 30-0 L 0-23 L 10-13 L 18-20 L 14-34 W 34-13 W 52-27 L 17-21 L 14-16 L 14-28

1969 (2-8, 2-6) Head Coach: Pat O’Halloran Hamline Whitewater @Bemidji State La Crosse @Eau Claire Superior Stout Oshkosh @River Falls @Platteville

W 21-20 L 0-21 L 3-26 L 30-37 L 19-35 W 33-6 W 34-19 W 17-14 L 24-56 L 0-14

1968 (2-7-1, 2-5-1) Head Coach: Duaine Counsell @Hamline L 0-41 @Whitewater L 7-29 St. Norbert L 21-27 @La Crosse L 13-27 Eau Claire W 14-7 @Superior T 14-14 @Stout W 20-14 @Oshkosh L 20-25 River Falls L 0-20 Platteville L 13-34

L 6-40 L 0-51 L 3-19 L 6-41 L 15-24 L 17-20 L 15-35 L 0-23 W 31-23 W 40-13

1967 (6-2-1, 6-1-1) Head Coach: Duaine Counsell Whitewater @Mankato State La Crosse @Eau Claire Superior Stout Oshkosh @River Falls @Platteville

L 10-27 L 17-33 L 9-25 L 0-21 L 7-21 L 13-21 L 0-54 L 6-7 L 0-55 L 7-24

L 0-35 L 25-36 L 0-6 L 15-27 L 16-21 L 12-14 W 13-7 L 20-40 W 15-14 L 14-56

W 19-13 L 7-13 T 14-14 W 13-0 W 28-7 W 41-14 L 9-32 W 48-6 W 28-12

ALL-TIME RESULTS 1966 (6-3, 6-2) Head Coach: Bill Burns Bemidji State L 0-3 @Whitewater L 9-13 @La Crosse W 34-16 Eau Claire W 14-13 @Superior W 36-0 @Stout W 21-20 @Oshkosh W 25-13 River Falls L 26-32 Platteville W 35-29 1965 (6-3, 4-2) Head Coach: Duaine Counsell 9/11 Augsburg 9/18 @Northern Mich. 9/25 @Platteville 10/2 Oshkosh 10/9 Hillsdale 10/16 Whitewater 10/23 @Eau Claire 10/30 Superior 11/6 @River Falls

W 21-19 L 7-28 W 13-0 L 6-20 W 14-13 L 15-19 W 17-7 W 13-6 W 39-7

1964 (3-6, 3-4) Head Coach: Duaine Counsell 9/12 Augsburg 9/19 @Stout 9/26 Platteville 10/3 @Oshkosh 10/10 @Hillsdale 10/17 @Whitewater 10/24 Eau Claire 10/31 @Superior 11/7 River Falls

L 14-20 L 6-19 W 50-20 L 13-26 L 0-7 L 19-21 W 21-7 L 7-25 W 17-0

1963 (6-2, 6-1) Head Coach: Duaine Counsell 9/14 Stout 9/21 @Platteville 9/28 @Oshkosh 10/5 La Crosse 10/12 Milwaukee 10/19 @Superior 10/26 Whitewater 11/2 Mankato State

W 32-0 W 34-0 W 30-19 W 20-0 W 34-7 L 0-13 W 27-13 L 0-6

1962 (6-2, 5-2) Head Coach: Duaine Counsell 9/8 Eau Claire 9/15 @Bemidji State 9/22 Platteville 9/29 Oshkosh 10/6 @La Crosse 10/13 @Milwaukee 10/20 Superior 10/27 @Whitewater

L 3-14 W 18-7 W 33-0 W 38-13 W 13-7 W 32-7 W 40-12 L 14-21

1961 (8-1, 7-1) Head Coach: Duaine Counsell 9/9 @Eau Claire 9/16 Lakeland 9/23 @Oshkosh 9/30 Whitewater 10/7 Stout 10/14 Milwaukee 10/21 @Platteville 10/28 @River Falls 11/4 La Crosse

W 38-13 W 39-0 W 33-6 W 20-3 W 14-7 W 27-0 W 27-0 W 26-0 L 14-22

1960 (5-3, 4-3) Head Coach: Duaine Counsell 9/10 Eau Claire 9/17 @Lakeland 9/22 Oshkosh 10/1 @Whitewater 10/8 @Stout 10/15 @Milwaukee 10/22 Platteville 10/27 River Falls 1959 (4-3-1, 3-3-1) Head Coach: Duaine Counsell 9/12 Hamline 9/19 @River Falls 9/26 @Platteville 10/3 @Oshkosh 10/10 Milwaukee 10/17 Whitewater 10/24 @Eau Claire 10/31 Superior 1958 (7-0-1, 6-0-1) Head Coach: Duaine Counsell 9/13 @Hamline 9/18 River Falls 9/27 Platteville 10/2 Oshkosh 10/11 @Milwaukee 10/18 @Whitewater 10/25 Eau Claire 10/31 @Superior 1957 (3-4, 2-4) Head Coach: Duaine Counsell 9/14 Hamline 9/21 @Platteville 9/27 Whitewater 10/5 @Oshkosh 10/11 Milwaukee 10/19 River Falls 11/2 @Eau Claire

W 13-3 W 19-0 L 7-12 L 28-39 L 13-26 W 45-7 W 33-6 W 35-25

1954 (5-2-1, 4-2) Head Coach: John Roberts 9/18 Michigan Tech 9/25 @Platteville 10/2 @Superior 10/9 Milwaukee 10/16 @Whitewater 10/23 Oshkosh 10/30 Eau Claire 11/6 @St. Norbert

W 13-7 L 13-14 W 14-0 W 16-13 W 27-6 W 21-0 L 13-14 T 13-13

W 33-0 L 7-13 W 23-0 T 7-7 W 7-0 L 3-19 W 7-6 L 0-19

1953 (5-3, 4-2) Head Coach: John Roberts 9/13 @Luther 9/19 Michigan Tech 9/26 @Oshkosh 10/3 Milwaukee 10/10 @Stout 10/17 @Whitewater 10/24 Platteville 10/31 Eau Claire

L 7-27 W 24-6 W 26-20 W 12-0 W 27-7 L 12-15 L 12-19 W 14-13

W 28-14 W 12-2 T 14-14 W 21-20 W 19-12 W 22-14 W 34-8 W 32-14

1952 (7-1, 5-1) Head Coach: John Roberts 9/13 Luther 9/20 @Michigan Tech 9/27 Oshkosh 10/4 @Milwaukee 10/11 Stout 10/18 Whitewater 10/25 @Platteville 11/1 @Eau Claire

W 12-7 W 24-6 W 27-7 W 17-7 W 27-0 W 13-6 L 0-13 W 33-6

W 20-6 L 20-26 L 12-25 L 12-20 W 44-0 L 14-18 W 7-6

1951 (0-3-4, 0-3-3) Head Coach: Hale Quandt 9/21 Michigan Tech 9/29 La Crosse 10/6 @Whitewater 10/13 @River Falls 10/20 Milwaukee 10/27 @Oshkosh 10/31 Platteville

T 13-13 L 7-13 L 0-7 T 7-7 T 13-13 T 0-0 L 6-7

1950 (3-4-1, 2-4) Head Coach: Hale Quandt 9/16 Merrill Foxes 9/21 @Michigan Tech 9/29 @La Crosse 10/6 Whitewater 10/13 River Falls 10/20 @Milwaukee 10/27 Oshkosh 10/31 @Platteville

W 2-0 T 6-6 L 13-29 L 12-26 W 21-7 L 0-35 W 7-6 L 0-14

1949 (6-1-1, 5-1) Head Coach: Hale Quandt 9/17 Mission House 9/22 Wausau Muskies 9/30 Milwaukee 10/10 @Eau Claire 10/15 Superior 10/22 @Platteville 10/29 Oshkosh 11/5 @Whitewater

W 21-0 T 0-0 W 14-7 L 13-14 W 12-7 W 25-8 W 40-13 W 20-15

1956 (4-4, 3-3) Head Coach: John Roberts 9/15 @Hamline 9/22 Platteville 9/29 @Whitewater 10/6 Oshkosh 10/13 @Milwaukee 10/20 @River Falls 10/27 Beloit 11/1 Eau Claire

L 6-15 L 0-19 W 7-6 W 20-6 W 7-6 L 20-35 W 17-14 L 7-13

1955 (8-0, 6-0) Head Coach: John Roberts 9/17 @Michigan Tech 9/24 Platteville 10/1 Superior 10/8 @Milwaukee 10/15 Whitewater 10/22 @Oshkosh 10/29 @Eau Claire 11/5 St. Norbert

W 18-6 W 7-6 W 25-6 W 35-27 W 31-18 W 31-6 W 13-0 W 45-28

ALL-TIME RESULTS 1948 (4-4-1, 3-3-1) Head Coach: Hale Quandt 9/18 @Mission House 9/25 @Milwaukee 10/1 Eau Claire 10/8 @Superior 10/16 Platteville 10/23 @Oshkosh 10/29 Whitewater 11/5 Stout 11/13 @Nothern Illinois

W 27-0 L 0-14 L 7-13 L 7-26 W 22-12 W 21-0 W 20-0 T 19-19 L 13-28

1947 (2-5, 2-5) Head Coach: George Berg 9/20 Eau Claire 9/26 @River Falls 10/4 Oshkosh 10/10 @Superior 10/18 @Milwaukee 10/25 Platteville 11/1 @Whitewater

L 6-13 L 0-12 W 13-7 L 21-34 L 7-20 W 20-6 L 7-13

1946 (3-2-1, 3-1-1) Head Coach: George Berg 9/21 @St. Norbert 9/28 Eau Claire 10/5 Oshkosh 10/12 @Milwaukee 10/19 @Whitewater 10/26 @Platteville

L 0-54 T 7-7 L 13-27 W 12-6 W 25-14 W 7-0

1945 (2-2) Head Coach: George Berg 9/29 @Oshkosh 10/13 Milwaukee 10/20 Whitewater 10/27 Northwestern Coll.

W 12-0 L 7-38 W 13-6 L 0-21

1942 (1-4, 1-3) Head Coach: George Berg 10/3 @Milwaukee 10/10 @Whitewater 10/17 Platteville 10/24 Northern Illinois 10/31 Oshkosh

L L L L W

7-20 0-13 0-20 0-7 26-0

1941 (3-4, 3-2) Head Coach: Eddie Kotal 9/21 @Eau Claire 10/4 Whitewater 10/11 @Platteville 10/18 @Oshkosh 10/25 @St. Cloud State 11/1 Milwaukee 11/8 @Nothern Illinois

W 47-0 L 13-19 L 7-16 W 6-2 L 14-20 W 20-6 L 12-35

1940 (5-2-1, 4-2-1) Head Coach: Eddie Kotal 9/21 @Stout 9/28 River Falls 10/5 Platteville 10/12 Oshkosh 10/19 @Eau Claire 10/26 St. Cloud State 11/2 @Milwaukee 11/9 @Whitewater

W 2-0 L 6-13 W 28-0 W 12-0 T 6-6 W 12-6 W 21-19 L 12-45

1939 (2-6, 2-5) Head Coach: Eddie Kotal 9/23 Stout 9/30 @River Falls 10/7 @Oshkosh 10/13 @Bradley 10/21 Milwaukee 10/28 @Superior 11/4 Whitewater 11/11 @Platteville

W 7-6 L 7-10 W 17-7 L 0-31 L 6-27 L 7-20 L 3-6 L 0-26

1938 (3-1-3, 3-1-1) Head Coach: Eddie Kotal 9/23 @Dubuque 10/1 Stout 10/8 @Milwaukee 10/15 @Whitewater 10/21 Mankato State 10/29 Platteville 11/5 Oshkosh

T 7-7 W 7-0 T 6-6 L 0-6 T 0-0 W 7-6 W 16-0

1937 (2-3-2, 2-2-1) Head Coach: Eddie Kotal 9/25 St. Norbert 10/2 @Stout 10/9 Milwaukee 10/16 Whitewater 10/23 @Platteville 11/3 @Oshkosh 11/12 @Nothern Illinois

L 0-7 W 7-0 L 6-19 L 6-7 T 13-13 W 19-7 T 6-6

1936 (3-3-1, 2-1-1) Head Coach: Eddie Kotal 9/26 Jordan 10/3 @Whitewater 10/10 Platteville 10/17 Oshkosh 10/24 @Northern Illinois 10/31 @St. Norbert 11/7 @Milwaukee

W 18-12 W 12-2 W 19-7 T 7-7 L 12-14 L 0-19 L 7-14

1935 (2-5, 1-3) Head Coach: Eddie Kotal 9/21 St. Cloud State W 9/28 St. Norbert W 10/4 @Platteville L 10/26 Illinois Wesleyan L @Oshkosh Forfeit Milwaukee Forfeit Whitewater Forfeit 1934 (7-1, 5-0) Head Coach: Eddie Kotal 9/22 @St. Cloud State 9/28 La Crosse 10/6 @Oshkosh 10/13 @Northland 10/20 @Milwaukee 10/27 @Illinois Wesleyan 11/3 @Whitewater 11/10 Platteville 1933 (7-0-1, 4-0-1) Head Coach: Eddie Kotal 9/23 Northland 9/30 @Jordan 10/7 St. Norbert 10/14 Milwaukee 10/21 Whitewater 10/28 @La Crosse 11/4 Oshkosh 11/11 @Platteville

19-0 13-0 0-7 0-7

W 7-6 W 7-0 W 7-0 W 19-0 W 7-0 L 0-13 W 2-0 W 14-6

W 53-0 W 15-0 W 22-0 W 9-7 W 13-6 W 6-0 T 7-7 W 33-0

1932 (2-5, 2-3) Head Coach: Eddie Kotal 9/24 @Carleton L 0-34 10/8 @Whitewater W 8-0 10/15 Eau Claire W 26-6 10/22 @Milwaukee L 7-20 10/29 @Oshkosh W 11-0 11/5 @St. Norbert L 12-13 11/11 Stout W 6-0 (NOTE: Wins over Whitewater and Eau Claire were declared forfeit losses due to the use of an ineligible player) 1931 (1-6-1, 0-5-1) Head Coach: Eddie Kotal 9/26 @Marquette MI 10/3 St. Norbert 10/10 @Oshkosh 10/17 Milwaukee 10/24 @Eau Claire 10/31 @Platteville 11/7 Whitewater 11/11 Oshkosh

L W L L T L L L

1930 (1-6-1, 1-4-1) Head Coach: Mr. Stockdale 9/27 @Marquette MI 10/4 Stout 10/11 Oshkosh 10/18 @Milwaukee 10/25 @Whitewater 11/1 Northland 11/7 Platteville 11/15 Eau Claire

L 6-7 W 6-0 L 0-7 L 0-38 L 7-19 L 0-7 L 6-13 T 0-0

1929 (0-6, 0-4) Head Coach: Mr. Stockdale 9/28 Marquette MI 10/5 @Wisconsin “B” 10/18 @Eau Claire 10/26 @Oshkosh 11/2 Platteville 11/9 @Whitewater

L L L 0-19 L L L

1928 (5-0-1, 3-0-1) Head Coach: Carl Eggebrecht 9/22 Northland 9/29 Northern State 10/6 Eau Claire 10/20 @Stout 10/27 @Platteville 11/12 Oshkosh

W 18-0 W 18-7 W 25-0 W 25-7 W 38-0 T 6-6

1927 (2-3-1, 1-3) Head Coach: Carl Eggebrecht 10/1 @Northern State 10/8 @Eau Claire 10/22 Superior 10/29 Whitewater 11/4 Northland 11/11 River Falls

T 7-7 L 0-6 L 0-28 L 0-5 W 21-0 W 6-0

1926 (1-3-1, 1-3) Head Coach: Walter Hunting 10/2 @Northland 10/9 Superior 10/16 Eau Claire 10/30 @River Falls 11/6 @Whitewater

T 6-6 L 0-3 W 6-0 L 7-40 L 12-21

0-6 26-2 6-8 6-8 0-0 0-14 0-7 0-12

0-7 0-35 0-13 0-40 0-44

ALL-TIME RESULTS 1925 (2-4, 1-3) Head Coach: J.E. Swetland @Northland @St. Norbert Superior 10/17 @Eau Claire 10/23 Whitewater 10/31 River Falls

W 22-7 L 0-7 L 6-13 L 7-20 W 7-0 L 0-7

1924 (2-5, 1-5) Head Coach: J.E. Swetland Ripon @Platteville Eau Claire @River Falls @Stout @Superior @Oshkosh

W 3-0 W 13-2 L 0-20 L 0-6 L 0-6 L 0-20 L 0-37

1923 (0-6-1, 0-4-1) Head Coach: J.E. Swetland 9/22 Whitewater 9/29 @Lawrence 10/6 Platteville 10/13 Stout 10/20 @Ripon 10/27 Oshkosh 11/3 @Eau Claire

L L L T L L L

1922 (3-4-1, 1-3-1) Head Coach: J.E. Swetland Stevens Point HS @Lawrence 10/7 Marquette 10/12 @Stout 10/21 Milwaukee 10/28 @Oshkosh 11/3 Eau Claire 11/10 @Whitewater 1921 (3-2-1, 1-1-1) Head Coach: J.E. Swetland 10/1 @Lawrence 10/15 St. Norbert 10/22 Milw. Engineers 10/29 @Superior 11/11 @Eau Claire 11/23 @Milwaukee 1920(3-2-1, 1-1-1) Head Coach: J.E. Swetland Merrill @Eau Claire Lawrence St. Norbert @Superior @River Falls 1919 (2-3-1, 2-2-1) Head Coach: S.A. Tenison @Oshkosh Stout Eau Claire @Lawrence Superior River Falls

1917 (5-1-1, 2-1-1) Head Coach: Prof. Fairchild & Watson Marshfield W 20-6 New London HS W 107-0 @Oshkosh W 33-0 @Chippewa Falls W 6-0 Stout W 21-12 @Superior T 12-12 @River Falls L 3-7 1916 (4-3, 2-1) Head Coach: George Corneal Grand Rapids Chippewa Falls @St. Norbert River Falls La Crosse Lawrence Superior

W 42-0 W 26-0 L 6-12 L 0-7 W 14-2 L 0-26 W 73-0

0-54 0-40 0-6 0-0 0-20 0-29 6-12

1915 (4-2, 1-2) Head Coach: George Corneal 10/2 @Wausau HS 10/9 @St. Norbert 10/15 @Lawrence 10/22 @River Falls 10/30 @Superior 11/6 @La Crosse

W W W L W L

W 27-0 L 0-12 W 36-7 W 10-0 L 7-16 T 10-10 L 3-10 L 0-6

1914 (6-2, 2-2) Head Coach: George Corneal Stevens Point HS @Wausau @Manawa @La Crosse @River Falls @St. Norbert @Superior @Stout

L 0-22 W 108-0 W 9-7 L 6-7 T 6-6 W 12-0

1913 (0-6, 0-3) Head Coach: Leonard Schneller 9/22 Stevens Point HS L 6-26 9/27 @Wausau L 6-24 10/4 @Grand Rapids L 0-24 10/11 @Superior L 0-83 10/25 La Crosse L 0-68 @Stout L 6-24

W 37-6 L 0-3 L 3-10 W 40-0 W 19-6 T 0-0

L 0-7 W 12-0 L 0-6 L 0-10 W 3-0 T 0-0

1918 (0-1) Head Coach: Prof. Fairchild & Watson @Lawrence L 0-64

68-0 53-0 20-0 0-12 12-0 0-27

W 15-0 W 6-0 W 42-0 L 0-38 L 0-40 W 14-0 W 26-7 W 12-0

1912 (0-3-1) Head Coach: Leonard Schneller 9/21 Stevens Point HS L 0-6 9/26 Grand Rapids HS L 0-19 10/25 @River Falls L 0-38 10/26 Superior T 14-14 1910 (0-1-1) Head Coach: W.F. Lusk 9/14 Stevens Point HS 10/8 @Chippewa Falls

T L

0-0 0-48

1909 (1-4-1) Head Coach: W.F. Lusk 9/17 @Oshkosh 9/25 Stevens Point HS 10/2 @Ripon 10/9 @Chippewa Falls 10/23 @Grand Rapids 10/30 Grand Rapids

L T L Lost L W

0-47 0-0 0-93 0-5 9-0

1908 (4-1-0) Head Coach: W.F. Lusk @Chippewa Falls 10/17 @Marshfield 10/28 @Waupaca 11/7 @Oshkosh 11/21 @Whitewater

L 0-21 W 52-0 W 65-0 W 6-0 W 10-0

1907 (4-2-1) Head Coach: W.F. Lusk 9/28 @Waupaca W 10/5 Grand Rapids 10/12 @Wausau Bus. 10/19 Oshkosh 10/26 @Grand Rapids 11/2 Waupaca 11/16 Wausau Bus.

10-0 T 0-0 W 14-0 L 0-18 L 5-17 W 59-0 W 12-0

1906 (5-1-0) Head Coach: Clarence Mortell No Scores Listed 1905 (0-1-1) Head Coach: Dr. Smiley 10/7 Grand Rapids 10/21 Oshkosh

T 0-0 L 0-24

1904 (1-2-0) Head Coach: A.C. Lerum 10/8 Merrill 10/22 @Oshkosh 10/23 Oshkosh

W 10-0 L 0-16 L 4-23

1903 (0-3-0) Head Coach: Harvey Schofield 9/26 Oshkosh L 0-21 10/3 @Ripon L 0-46 10/17 Ripon L 0-16 1902 (1-2-0) Head Coach: James Christensen 9/27 Wisconsin Rapids W 15-6 10/13 @Oshkosh L 0-22 @Lawrence L 0-65 1901 (2-2-0) Head Coach: Profesor Spindler 10/5 @Waupaca 10/12 Oshkosh 10/26 @Lawrence 11/9 @Oshkosh

W 18-0 W 18-12 L 6-23 L 0-29

1900 (2-0-1) Head Coach: Harvey Schofield 9/29 @Oshkosh T 0-0 10/6 @Lawrence W 12-10 10/20 Oshkosh W 11-5 1899 (4-1-0) Normal School Champions Ranked Third in State Head Coach: Mr. Garrey 10/7 Lawrence 10/14 @Oshkosh 11/4 @Whitewater 11/11 Oshkosh 11/18 @Lawrence

L 0-5 W 6-0 W 17-6 W 17-0 W 11-0

ALL-TIME RESULTS 1898 (3-2-0) Head Coach: V.E. McCaskill 10/1 Oshkosh 10/29 Lawrence 11/5 @Lawrence 11/12 @Oshkosh 11/19 Stev. Pt. All-Stars

W 22-6 L 5-6 L 11-16 W 21-6 W 35-0

1897 (2-1-0) Head Coach: Joe Marshall Flint 10/2 Lawrence W 22-6 10/16 @Superior W 14-8 11/20 @Grand Rapids L 10-12 1896 (3-1-0) Head Coach: Professor Raycroft Oshkosh W 40-0 Oshkosh L 6-22 Whitewater W 12-10 Lawrence W 24-12 1895 (3-1-0) Head Coach: Professor Raycroft Green Bay W 46-0 Lawrence W 8-0 Eau Claire W 20-0 Whitewater L 0-10


2012 UW-Stevens Point Football Media Guide