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2013 FOOTBALL WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY


115 years of BEARCAT FOOTBALL 38-14 Since the start of 2008

NCAA Playoffs 1999, 2004, 2008

Northwest Conference 23 overall titles

NAIA Playoffs 1968, 1996, 1997

Last 20 seasons 130-72-1 (.643)


GENERAL INFORMATION

Willamette University General Information Location................................................................................................................Salem, Oregon Founded.................................................................................................................................1842 Enrollment......................................................................... 2,027 Undergraduate; 2,827 Overall President................................................................................................ Dr. Stephen E. Thorsett Dean of Campus Life.................................................................................... Dr. David Douglass Interim Faculty Athletic Representative...................................................... Dr. David Goodney Director of Athletics............................................................................................... David Rigsby Nickname........................................................................................................................ Bearcats Colors......................................................................................................Cardinal and Old Gold National Affiliation........................................................................................... NCAA Division III Conference..................................................................................Northwest Conference (NWC) Stadium (Capacity/Surface)............................................ McCulloch Stadium (2,400/FieldTurf) Associate Athletic Director.................................................................................... Judy Gordon Assistant Athletic Director/Facilities and Operations..........................................Rob Passage Head Athletic Trainer................................................................................. Ken Smith, MS, ATC Athletic Trainer/Coord. of Sports Medicine Operations.......................Erin Scharer, MS, ATC Assistant Athletic Trainer.......................................................................Dylan Borden, MS, ATC Athletics Communications Director............................................................... Robert McKinney Athletics Communications Phone....................................................................... (503) 370-6110 Athletics Communications E-mail....................................................rmckinne@willamette.edu Administrative Assistant............................................................................................Kelli Snyder Athletics Department Phone/FAX..............................................(503) 370-6420/(503) 370-6379 Athletics Department Web Site................................................. www.willamette.edu/athletics Facebook...........................................................................................facebook.com/wubearcats Twitter...................................................................................................................... @wubearcats

Table of Contents Bearcat Football Success......................IFC General Information/Quick Facts.............1 Head Coach Glen Fowles.........................2 Bearcat Coaching History.........................3 1941 Willamette Pearl Harbor Team........3 Assistant Coaches.................................. 4-5 2013 Season Outlook............................ 6-7 Willamette Football Roster................... 8-9 Senior Player Profiles......................... 10-17 Player Photos and Information......... 18-23 Bearcat Webcasts....................................24 Athletic Training/Team Physicians..........24 Bearcat Football Hometowns.................25 The Northwest Conference....................26 2012 NWC Standings and Stats.............26 2012 All-NWC Selections........................26 Returning All-NWC..................................27 2012 Season Review................................28

2012 Student-Athletes of the Week.......28 2012 Game Summaries...........................29 2012 NCAA Statistical Rankings.............30 2012 Willamette Statistics................. 30-32 All-Time Bearcat Results................... 33-35 Head-to-Head Records...........................35 Willamette Football Records............ 36-37 NCAA Division III/Postseason................38 Recent All-Americans..............................39 All-Region/All-District.............................39 First Team All-Conference......................40 Where Are They Now?............................40 Willamette Administration......................41 Willamette University........................ 42-43 McCulloch Stadium.................................44 Bearcat Locker Room..............................44 Bearcat Football History...................... IBC 2013 Willamette Schedule................. OBC

Credits: The 2013 Willamette University Football Media Guide was written and edited by Robert McKinney, athletics communications director, and designed by Christopher Sabato, graphic design specialist. Help was received from athletics communications assistants Brandon Chinn, Timothy Walsh, Aly Croney, Amelia Guzman and John Lind. Front Cover: Quarterback Josh Dean enters his senior season. Dean set WU season records in 2013 by completing 273 of 422 passes for 3,345 yards and 34 touchdowns (Photo by Frank Miller); Inside Front Cover: Top — Jack Nelson (Jr., ILB) is ready for the next play on defense; Middle — Dylan Jones runs for a first down; Bottom — Derek Traeger (Jr., WR) prepares to haul in a touchdown pass (Photos by Naomi Stukey). Back Cover: Tyson Giza (Sr., CB) returns a kickoff (Photo by Stukey). Inside Photos are by Stukey, Sabato, McKinney, Full Access Sports and the Willamette University Office of Marketing Communications.

Senior inside linebacker Matt Parr attacks the play on defense. Parr has earned 97 tackles during his career.

Bearcat Football Quick Facts Head Coach......................... Glen Fowles WU Record..................... 8-2 (2nd year) Career Record................ 8-2 (2nd year) Assistant at WU....................... 16 years Alma Mater............... Willamette, 1996 Office Phone.................(503) 370-6424 Offensive Coordinator............... Kelly Bills Office Phone.....................(503) 375-5350 Defensive Coordinator.....Nathan Naggi Office Phone.................(503) 375-5351 2012 Overall Record............................8-2 2012 NWC Record............ 4-2 (3rd place) Players Returning/Lost....................58/46 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........27/21 Starters Returning (O/D/S).............. 4/4/4 Starters Lost (O/D/S)....................... 7/7/3 Web Broadcast....FullAccessSports.com Play-by-Play..................... Mike Allegre Commentary...................... Mark Meek Conference Championships................ 23 Recent NWC Titles....‘95, ‘96, ‘97, ‘99, ‘08 National Playoffs... ‘68, ‘96, ‘97, ‘99, ‘04, ‘08 Championship Game.......................... ‘97

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WILLAMETTE HEAD COACH

Glen Fowles

Head Coach (2nd year) • • • • • •

8-2 Record as Head Coach Record of 112-64-0 (.636) on Willamette Football Staff (18th year) Willamette Graduate, 1996 National Coordinator Coach of the Year, 2008 National Playoffs in 1996, 1997 (Title Game), 1999, 2004 and 2008 NWC Championships in 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999 and 2008

Glen Fowles is in his second season as the head coach of the Bearcats. He is also in his 18th season on the coaching staff. Prior to joining the football staff, he was an offensive lineman for the Bearcats in 1994 and 1995. Last year, in his first season as head coach, he led the Bearcats to an 8-2 overall record and a 4-2 record in the Northwest Conference. WU ranked fourth in the nation in passing offense with 355.0 yards per game. The Bearcats were 10th in total offense with 498.1 yards per game and 15th in scoring with 39.6 points per contest. Fowles previously was Willamette’s assistant head coach, offensive coordinator (14 years) and offensive line coach. Willamette has achieved an overall record of 112-64-0 (.626) during his years on the coaching staff. He has coached five offensive linemen who have earned All-America honors a total of eight times. Brandon Bennett was All-America three times (2005, 2006, 2007). Billy Joe Murray was named All-America twice (2002, 2003). He has helped Willamette reach postseason play five times. The Bearcats qualified for the

NAIA Division II Playoffs in 1996 and 1997, and competed in the NCAA Division III Playoffs in 1999, 2004 and 2008. The Bearcats lost in the NAIA national championship game in 1997. In addition, WU has attained a 61-30-0 (.670) record in the Northwest Conference over the past 17 years. Willamette won NWC titles in 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999 and 2008, increasing the Bearcats’ all-time total to 23 conference titles. Fowles was the offensive line coach for the Bearcats in 1996 and 1997. He added offensive coordinator duties in 1998, as Mark Speckman became the head coach. Fowles was named national Coordinator Coach of the Year in 2008, when Willamette went undefeated during the regular season and finished the year 11-1 after qualifying for the NCAA Division III Playoffs. In 2008, the Bearcats set school record with 498 points scored and 69 touchdowns. Willamette averaged at least 200 rushing yards per game during 13 of the 14 years that Fowles served as the offensive coordinator, with WU ranking in the Top 20 in NCAA Division III a total of 12 times.

A native of Canada, Fowles played American football at Westsyde Secondary School, located in Kamloops, British Columbia. He attended College of the Siskiyous in Weed, Calif., for two seasons of junior college football. He was recruited in part by Dan Hawkins, who later became WU’s head coach. Fowles also spent a medical hardship season at Central Missouri State University in Warrensburg, Mo. Fowles arrived at Willamette in 1994 as a transfer student and started two seasons for the Bearcat at offensive tackle. He was named Second Team All-Conference as a junior and was drafted by the Ottawa Roughriders of the Canadian Football League. He chose to return to Willamette and was chosen as an Honorable Mention All-Northwest Conference player as a senior despite missing half of the year with a broken leg. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science from Willamette in 1996. Fowles and his wife, Rochelle, live in the Salem area. They have a son, Gavin, age 5, and a daughter, Raegan, 3 years old.

Glen Fowles at Willamette Year 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 WU Totals

Overall

Pct.

9-2-0 # 13-1-0 # 7-3-0 7-4-0 # 3-7-0 4-5-0 6-4-0 7-3-0 7-4-0 # 5-4-0 2-7-0 4-6-0 11-1-0 # 8-2-0 7-3-0 4-6-0 8-2-0 112-64-0

.818 .929 .700 .636 .300 .444 .600 .700 .636 .556 .222 .400 .917 .800 .700 .400 .800 .636

NWC 5-0-0 * 5-0-0 * 3-2-0 5-0-0 * 0-5-0 2-3-0 3-2-0 4-1-0 4-1-0 3-1-0 2-4-0 3-3-0 6-0-0 * 5-1-0 4-2-0 3-3-0 4-2-0 61-30-0

Pct. 1.000 1.000 .600 1.000 .000 .400 .600 .800 .800 .750 .333 .500 1.000 .833 .667 .500 .666 .670

* Conference Champion * Conference Co-Champion # National playoff berth

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Position Offensive Line Offensive Line Offensive Coordinator Offensive Coordinator Offensive Coordinator Offensive Coordinator Offensive Coordinator Offensive Coordinator Offensive Coordinator Offensive Coordinator Offensive Coordinator Offensive Coordinator Offensive Coordinator Offensive Coordinator Offensive Coordinator Offensive Coordinator Head Coach 17 Seasons

Head Coach Glen Fowles is in his second year as the leader of the WU football team. It is his 18th year as a coach with the Bearcats.

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BEARCAT COACHING HISTORY

Willamette Head Football Coaches

Willamette University’s 23 Conference Championships 1929 (5-0-0) 1934 (5-0-0) 1935 (4-0-0) 1936 (6-0-0) 1937 (5-0-0) 1938 (4-1-0)* 1940 (4-0-0) 1941 (5-0-0)

1942 (4-0-0) 1946 (6-0-0) 1947 (6-0-0) 1954 (4-1-0)* 1958 (5-0-0) 1959 (3-1-1) 1960 (5-0-0) 1967 (5-1-0)*

Head Coach

1968 (6-0-0) 1971 (4-2-0)* 1995 (4-0-1)* 1996 (5-0-0) 1997 (5-0-0) 1999 (5-0-0) 2008 (6-0-0)

All titles are in the Northwest Conference except for the Columbia Football Association title in 1995 * Co-Championship

Jake Turner (‘13) caught 69 passes for 948 yards and six touchdowns during his career. He also ran with the ball 87 times for 515 yards.

Seasons

Ted Ogdahl Roy S. “Spec” Keene Mark Speckman Dan Hawkins Joe Broeker Tommy Lee Dr. G.J. Sweetland, Jr. Jerry Lillie Chauncey Bishop C.R. Stackhouse Glen Fowles Joe Schaffeld R.L. Matthews R.L. Matthews Walter E. Erickson Harry Trotter Guy L. Rathbun Roy Bohler Prof. B. Moyer A.R. “Bert” Oliver Mutt Dietz Mark Savage C.R. “Brick” Morse O.C. Thompson Profs. Boyer & Nace Prof. A. Moser No recognized coach Harley E. Kirby

20 17 14 5 11 8 5 2 3 3 1 2 2 3 1 2 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Years

W

L

T

Pct.

1952-71 1926-42 1998-11 1993-97 1982-92 1974-81 1909-13 1947-48 1904-06 1949-51 2012-Pres. 1972-73 1919-20 1915-17 1946 1943-44 1923-25 1921-22 1903 1899 1901 1896 1895 1914 1907 1902 1894 1908

98 84 82 40 38 33 20 13 11 10 8 8 7 7 6 5 5 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1

64 51 59 11 56 36 4 7 8 15 2 10 2 5 2 3 17 9 2 2 0 0 2 3 4 4 4 5

10 6 0 1 5 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0

.599 .617 .582 .779 .409 .479 .833 .650 .571 .407 .800 .444 .750 .577 .722 .625 .250 .308 .500 .600 1.000 .833 .500 .400 .333 .250 .250 .167

499 387

38

.561

Totals (26 Coaches) 114 1894-2013

Ties counted as one-half win, one-half loss No team fielded in 1897, 1898, 1900, 1918 and 1945

1941 WILLAMETTE PEARL HARBOR TEAM As long as Americans remember Pearl Harbor, Willamette’s 1941 football team will be in the minds of Salem residents. For many people, Head Coach Roy S. ‘Spec’ Keene’s Bearcat team and Pearl Harbor go hand-in-hand. On the gridiron, the Bearcats forged an impressive 8-2 record with six shutouts. The team won the Northwest Conference title, outscoring their five NWC foes, 218-7. The team included future WU Athletic Hall of Fame selections in Ted Ogdahl and Marvin Goodman, Assistant Coach Dick Weisgerber and Keene. Willamette had 11 of 23 players on the NWC First Team All-Star unit with ends Bill Reder and Marshall Barbour, tackles Martin Barstad, Neil Morley and George Constable, guards Anthony Jo Fraiola and Gordon Moore, as well as backs Al Walden, Buddy Reynolds, Gene Stewart and Ogdahl.

After losing only to the University of Idaho, the Bearcats thought they’d be in for a treat with a trip to Hawaii. The teams from WU and San Jose State were to play a series of games with the University of Hawaii called the Shrine Bowl. In the first game on Dec. 6, 1941, the Bearcats lost to the U. of Hawaii, 20-6, in Honolulu. The next morning, the Bearcats were preparing for a tour of Oahu when Japanese forces bombed Pearl Harbor, leading to the U.S. entering World War II. After the initial Japanese attack, Keene volunteered his players and WU’s male fans for 10 days of guard duty at Punahou School, while the women were sent to a Navy hospital as nurses’ aides. Most of the Willamette group left Hawaii two weeks after the bombing. The contingent from WU arrived on the ocean liner President Coolidge in San Francisco on Christmas.

The 1941 football team was inducted into the Willamette Athletics Hall of Fame on Sept.13, 1997. Also inducted that year were Wayne and Shirley (McKay) Hadley, longtime supporters of WU Athletics, who were with the football squad in Hawaii. Since the 50th reunion of WU’s ‘Pearl Harbor’ team in 1991, there have been stories written in The Oregonian (Portland), Statesman Journal (Salem) and Honolulu Advertiser, as well as elsewhere in the U.S. In November, 2000 the story of the WU football team in Hawaii was featured on a weekly ESPN show, “NFL Films Presents.” The feature was “The Moment of Impact. Watch at: “www.willamette.edu/ athletics/teams/football/index.php”.

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OFFENSIVE COACHES

Kelly Bills Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks (1st year) Brigham Young University ‘10 Kelly Bills is in his first year as the offensive coordinator for the Bearcat football team. In addition to leading the offensive efforts, Bills is Willamette’s quarterbacks coach. Bills spent the past five years as an assistant coach at Brigham Young University. He primarily coached quarterbacks and running backs. He also worked with the offensive line for two years. Prior to coaching, Bills was a running back for two seasons at BYU (2006-07). During seven

years as a player and a coach with the Cougars, Bills helped BYU achieve seven winning seasons, seven bids to bowl games, and two Mountain West Conference championships. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in History from BYU in 2010. Currently, he is completing a master’s degree in Public Administration from BYU. Bills was a four-year starter at quarterback for Arapahoe High School in Littleton, Colo. He began his college career as a quarterback at Southern Utah University (2003-04). He joined the Bearcats in March. Bills and his wife, Emily, live in the Salem area.

Lukkes Gilgan

Danny Mitchell

Wide Receivers Special Teams Coordinator (3rd Year) Willamette University ‘10 Lukkes Gilgan is in his third season on the football coaching staff. He is coaching wide receivers this year. Gilgan played defensive back at WU from 2006-09. As a senior, he was named First Team All-NWC. He was a starter on WU’s NCAA Playoff team in 2008. Gilgan graduated from Willamette in 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in History. He received a master’s degree in Sport Management from the University of Southern Mississippi in 2013. He played and coached for a professional football team in Finland for two years. He coached defensive backs at Quincy University (Ill.) in 2010 before joining the WU staff. He was one of just 30 coaches invited to the AFCA Future Football Coaches Academy this year.

Running Backs (1st Year) Willamette University ’12

Danny Mitchell is in his first year as a running back coach for the Bearcats. He played for Willamette from 2009-11. In 2012, he was the quarterback coach at Menlo College. With Mitchell’s leadership, the Oaks’ quarterbacks completed 134 of 208 passes (64.4%) for 1,514 yards and 13 touchdowns. Mitchell also served as the quarterback coach and offensive coordinator at Christian High School in El Cajon, Calif., for two years. The team went 21-3 overall. As a player at WU, he saw action in 13 games and provided quality depth at quarterback and on special teams. Previously, he played two years of baseball at San Diego Christian College. In 2012, he graduated from WU with a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science.

Chuck Pinkerton

Mikey Lemon

Quarterbacks (16th Year) Willamette University ‘98

Wide Receivers (3rd Year) Willamette University ‘12

Mikey Lemon is in his third season as an offensive assistant coach for the Bearcats. He works with the wide receivers. As a player at Willamette, he was a flanker in 2009 and 2010. He carried the ball a total of 46 times for 290 yards, an average of 6.3 yards per rush. During his two seasons with the Bearcats, he scored five rushing touchdowns. Lemon was selected Honorable Mention All-NWC in 2009. Lemon transferred to Willamette after playing two seasons at Linfield College. He graduated from WU during the spring of 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in Sociology. Lemon is the brother of fellow Bearcat football coach Brandon Lemon.

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Chuck Pinkerton is in his 16th year as an assistant coach for the Bearcats. He coached running backs from 1998-04 plus 2012, and coached quarterbacks from 2005-11. He will coach quarterbacks this season. Pinkerton was a four-year starter at quarterback for the Bearcats and helped the team reach the 1997 NAIA National Championship game. Pinkerton also led the Bearcats to three conference titles from 1995-97. He was H.M. NAIA All-America and First Team AllNCIC in 1996 and 1997. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Economics from WU in 1998 and was inducted into the WU Athletics Hall of Fame in 2009. He lives in West Salem with his wife, Melanie, and their four children, Meredith, 12, Jeremiah, 9, Elizabeth, 6, and Sarah, 2.

OFF E N S I V E COA C H E S

Steve Baker

Place-kickers/Punters (2nd Year) Western Oregon ’13

Steve Baker is in his second season helping coach the Willamette place-kickers and punters. He joined the coaching staff midway through the 2012 season. Baker was a kicker and punter in 1998 and 1999 at Arizona State University, where he was named to The Sporting News Freshman All-America Team. He played at Southern Oregon University in 2002 and 2003. He was named First Team NAIA All-America in 2003 after receiving Second Team All-America honors in 2002. He played for the Oakland Raiders in 2004 and the Buffalo Bills in 2005. He coached at Garcess High School (Calif.) from 2006-08. He earned a B.S. degree in Social Sciences at Western Oregon University in 2013. Baker and his wife, Alaina, have two children, Grant and Ella.

Kenny Miller

Offensive Line (2nd Year) Willamette University ‘12

Kenny Miller is in his second year as an assistant offensive line coach. Miller played on the offensive line at Willamette from 2008-11, and was First Team All-NWC in 2010 and 2011. He started all 20 games during those two years. Overall, Miller played in 30 games (20 starts). In 2011, he was a key blocker as WU earned 3,540 total yards and 174 first downs. Willamette averaged 5.5 yards per play. During Miller’s four years at WU, the Bearcats rushed for 9,930 yards and averaged 236.4 rushing yards per game. WU achieved a 30-12 record. Miller graduated from Willamette in May of 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in Physics. He is working on a Master of Arts in Teaching degree at the Willamette Graduate School of Education.

Tanner Smith

Offensive Line (10th Year) Montana State-Northern ‘03

Tanner Smith is starting his 10th year as an assistant coach at Willamette. He coaches the offensive line and the kickers. Smith played football at Montana State-Northern as a center and a kicker. He set five school kicking records. As a freshman, he kicked a field goal in overtime to give MSU-Northern its first conference win in 27 years. He graduated from MSU-Northern in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education. Prior to joining the WU staff in 2004, he coached football for a year at his alma mater, Sentinel HS (Mont.). He is now a teacher at Scott Elementary School. Smith’s father is assistant coach Darryl Smith. Tanner Smith and his wife, Shauna, have a daughter, Pacey Jane, age 2, and a son, Trevor (6 mos.).


DEFENSIVE COACHES

Nathan Naggi

Ryan Baker

Defensive Coordinator (9th year, 10th year on staff) University of Oregon ‘99 Nathan Naggi is in his ninth year as WU’s defensive coordinator and his 10th year on the Bearcat coaching staff. Last year, the Willamette defense tied for 24th in NCAA Division III with 30 sacks in 10 games. WU forced 27 turnovers on 18 interceptions and nine fumble recoveries. Naggi coached linebackers at Willamette in 2000 and worked as a graduate assistant coach at the University of Oregon during the 2001 and 2002 seasons.

Tony Cassinerio

Recruiting Coordinator Defensive Backs (11th Year) Willamette University ‘00 Tony Cassinerio, who coached at WU from 2001-03, is in his eighth year since returning to the Bearcats in 2006. He coaches defensive backs and is the recruiting coordinator. He is in his 11th year with the Bearcats. From 2004-05, Cassinerio was a graduate assistant coach at Boise State University. He played cornerback at Modesto JC (Calif.) from 1996-97, then competed at Willamette from 1998-99. He was named H.M. All-NWC at cornerback as a senior. Cassinerio earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Economics from WU in 2000. He received a master’s degree in Athletic Administration from Boise State in 2005. Cassinerio and his wife, Makanani, live in Salem. Their son Angelo is one year old.

Cody Pastorino

Linebackers (1st Year) Willamette University ‘13

Cody Pastorino is in his first season as an assistant coach at Willamette University. He will be working with linebackers, primarily the outside linebackers. Pastorino played defensive back at WU the past four seasons and earned First Team All-NWC honors in 2011 and 2012. In 2012, he also received First Team All-West Region and Second Team All-America honors. He was selected Second Team All-NWC in 2010. At WU, he earned 169 tackles, including 111 solo stops. He ended his career with 11 interceptions, 14 pass break-ups and seven blocked kicks. Last year, he made 62 tackles, led Willamette with five interceptions, and broke up six other passes. He graduated from WU earlier this year with a degree in Exercise Science.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Oregon in 1999. He was a linebacker on the Oregon football team and helped the Ducks reach a total of six bowl games during his seven years as a player and a coach. As a graduate assistant, he worked with the defensive line and coached first round pick Haloti Ngata and second rouind picks Igor Olshansky and Junnior Saivii. Naggi joined the WU staff after serving as the defensive coordinator and linebacker coach at Quincy University (Ill.) for two years. He and his wife, Visay, are raising a daughter, Valarie, age 18, and a son, Paul, 2 years old.

John Horner

Linebackers (18th Year) Willamette University ‘94

John Horner is in his 18th season as an assistant coach with Willamette’s football team. As a student, he had an outstanding playing career at quarterback for the Bearcats. In three years as a starter, Horner set several Willamette passing records. After graduating in 1994 with a degree in Exercise Science, he went on to serve as an assistant coach at Willamette that fall. In 1995 and 1996, he was Oregon State University’s video graduate assistant. He returned to Willamette in 1997 and has been coaching linebackers ever since. He currently is a physical education teacher at Lamb Elementary School in Salem. Horner and his wife, Kristi, are the parents of four children, Lilly, age 9, Melia, age 7, Nolan, age 6, and Luke, 4 years old.

Chris Prange

Defensive Line (12th Year) Willamette University ’96

Chris Prange returns to Willamette this year as a defensive line coach. He previously served as a coach at Willamette from 1996 through 2006. Prange coached the secodary at WU from 1996-00 and was defensive coordinator from 2001 until 2004. For the past four years, he has been a high school football coach in Montana, while also teaching science. He was an assistant coach at Big Sandy High School for two seasons before spending two seasons as the head coach at Harlowton High School. As a student-athlete at Willamette, Prange earned All-Columbia Football League honors as a junior and a senior. He graduated from Willamette in 1996 with a bachelor’s degree in Biology.

Place-kickers/Punters (2nd Year) Played at Bakersfield College and Southern Oregon Ryan Baker is in his second season as an assistant coach at Willamette. He joined the Bearcats midway through the 2012 season. He will help coach the placekickers and punters. In college he competed as a place-kicker and a punter. He played junior college football at Bakersfield College in California, and later played two seasons at Southern Oregon University. He earned All-Conference honors all four years. In 2004, he ranked 23rd in the NAIA with 39.4 yards per punt and was 31st in the NAIA with 72.7% accuracy on his field goal attempts. During his two seasons at SOU, he achieved the best field goal percentage in Southern Oregon history.

Brandon Lemon Defensive Backs (4th Year) Played at WU, 2009

Brandon Lemon is starting his fourth season as an assistant coach for the Bearcats. He works with the team’s defensive backs. He played in all 10 games at cornerback for WU in 2009 after transferring from nearby NWC rival Linfield College. Lemon was selected Second Team All-NWC at Linfield in 2007. He was named Honorable Mention All-NWC while playing for the Bearcats in 2009. Lemon is completing his bachelor’s degree and is majoring in Sociology. Before attending college, he was a student-athlete at Tualatin HS (Ore.). He was named First Team All-State in football and competed in basketball and baseball. He is the brother of WU assistant coach and former player Mikey Lemon.

Darryl Smith

Defensive Line (8th Year) Eastern Montana Coll. ‘75

Darryl Smith is in his eighth year as an assistant coach with the Bearcats. His works with the defensive linemen. Smith joined Willamette after coaching for a total of 30 years at Sentinel High School in Missoula, Mont. While working at Sentinel, he coached current Willamette assistant coaches Chris Prange and Tanner Smith, his son. In college, Darryl Smith played baseball for two seasons at Northern Montana College and for two seasons at Eastern Montana College. He graduated from Eastern Montana (MSU-Billings) in 1975 with a bachelor’s degree in Special Education. He is in his sixth year as a special education teacher in Salem. He has three adult children: Tanner, Cory, and Allyson.

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2013 SEASON OUTLOOK

Willamette Football Team Looks to Continue its Winning Ways during the 2013 Season Coming off a successful season that saw a new, dynamic Willamette University offense rewrite the school’s record books and reclaim a place in the upper echelon of the Northwest Conference, the 2013 Bearcats plan to build on that foundation and compete for an NWC championship. Head coach Glen Fowles achieved an 8-2 record in his first season as head coach. It was the best first-year record for a head coach in the 115-year history of Bearcat football. Fowles is now in his 18th season on the coaching staff. He spent 14 years as WU’s offensive coordinator. Kelly Bills joins the Bearcats this season as the new offensive coordinator. Veteran defensive coordinator Nathan Naggi, will be in his ninth year in that position, and in his 10th season at Willamette. Fowles, Bills, and Naggi will lead the Bearcats through Willamette’s first ninegame regular season schedule since 2006. The schedule includes the same teams WU faced one year ago: Hardin-Simmons (Texas) and East Texas Baptist from the American Southwest Conference, Sewanee (Tenn.) of the Southern Athletic Association, along with all six traditional rivals from the Northwest Conference. Willamette will open the 2013 season at home against Hardin-Simmons in a Friday night game at McCulloch Stadium. Both

the Cowboys and the Bearcats’ second opponent, Sewanee, will travel across two time zones to visit Salem this year. A pair of bye weeks are sandwiched around an airplane trip to Marshall, Texas, to face East Texas Baptist. On Oct. 11, the Bearcats have a second Friday matchup, this time with Whitworth, before heading up to Lewis & Clark for the annual Wagon Wheel Game. WU will host three critical Northwest Conference showdowns in a row, facing off against nationally-ranked Pacific Lutheran, archrival Linfield, and an improved Pacific team, before ending the season at Puget Sound.

High-Powered Offense Willamette averaged 498.1 total yards and 355.0 passing yards per contest last season. The Bearcats hope to field another high-powered offense this year. The Bearcats will again feature a strong passing attack as well as a quality running game. Willamette will be quick to the line and will set the tempo on offense. Leading the way is senior quarterback Josh Dean, who set Willamette records with 273 completions on 422 attempts for 3,345 passing yards and 34 touchdowns last season. His six touchdown passes at Hardin-Simmons in the season opener tied a school record.

Wide receiver Beau Smith reaches out to catch a touchdown pass. Smith is one of several wide receivers who are expected to see plenty of action for the Bearcats in 2013.

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2 0 1 3 season outlo o k

Taylor Wyman finds plenty of room to run. He averaged 8.5 yards per carry in 2012.

The Bearcats will rely on their top three running backs from 2012. Dylan Jones (Jr.) led the team with 716 rushing yards on 158 carries. He scored seven touchdowns. Terrell Malley (Sr.) gained 278 yards on 33 carries, an average of 8.4 yards per rush. Taylor Wyman (Jr.) ran for 204 yards on 24 carries (8.5 avg.). Malley caught 39 passes for 428 yards and 5 touchdowns, while Jones grabbed 21 passes for 223 yards. Willamette lost several top receivers due to graduation, but Derek Traeger (Jr., WR) hauled in 12 passes last year and Mike Hernandez (Sr., RB) caught 10 passes. Hernandez scored five touchdowns. Beau Smith (Jr., WR) also returns. Smith has the potential to be key contributor as he begins his third season. He is one of several players who will battle to be starters. The WU passing attack also will feature several newcomers who are capable of making an immediate impact. Leading the list of new players is De’Zhon Grace from Castro Valley, Calif. Other wide receivers who will challenge for playing time include Erik Baker (So.), a transfer from Whitworth, and Joe Mendoza (Fr.) from Ventura, Calif. In 2012, Willamette scored 396 points (39.6 avg.) and earned 253 first downs. The Bearcats were successful on 48% of their third down conversions and scored on 86% of their red zone possessions, with 76% of the drives ending in touchdowns.


2013 SEASON OUTLOOK

Strength on Defense The Willamette defense limited foes to 26.0 points per game last season, while forcing a total of 27 turnovers. Opponents were successful on just 40% of their third down conversions. As the defensive unit prepares to start the 2013 season, the Bearcats will be led by four returning starters. Jack Nelson (Jr., ILB), the team’s leading tackler last season, returns after recording 72 total tackles, including 45 unassisted stops. He earned 19 tackles in Willamette’s 56-20 win against Lewis & Clark. Other returning starters on defense are Matt Parr (Sr., ILB), Tyson Giza (Sr., CB) and Wendell Galvan (Jr., CB). Parr has achieved 97 career tackles. Last year, he earned 30 tackles for the Bearcats. Giza achieved 25 tackles, broke up seven passes, and had four interceptions in 2012. Galvan supplied 14 tackles last year, while forcing two fumbles, recovering a fumble, and breaking up two passes. Players with experience in the defensive line include seniors Kyle Davey and Wyatt Briggs. Both provide a solid pass rush for the Bearcats. At the linebacker positions, other top returning players are Jordan Weil (Sr., ILB),

Kyle Davey earns an assisted tackle. He consistently brings pressure to the opposing backfield.

and Corey Walsh (Sr., OLB). Weil has made 63 tackles in 29 games for the Bearcats, despite battling injuries. Walsh provided 11 tackles last season. Also returning at linebacker are Jimmy Roberts (So., ILB), Henry Adelman (So., ILB) and Brendan Manion (Jr., OLB). Adding experience in the secondary are senior free safeties Tait Stephens and T.J. Matsumoto. Stephens saw action in all 10 games in 2012, as he made 25 tackles, grabbed two interceptions and broke up two passes. Matsumoto has played in 23 games during his career. Other top returning defensive backs for the Bearcats include Daley Smith (Jr., CB), Mason Brown (Jr., CB), Ryan Foote (So., DB), Donny Torres (So.), DB), and Chris Luetjen (So., DB).

21.0 yards on 22 returns. Malley gained an average of 17.5 yards on 15 returns. Giza and Galvan will return punts this season for the Bearcats. In addition, Willamette will continue to feature a quick and talented punt blocking and kick blocking unit. In 2012, Willamette blocked a total of five kicks. The Bearcats have blocked 20 kicks during the past five seasons, with a high of six blocks in 2008.

Successful Special Teams

Jack Nelson contributes to a tackle. In 2012, he recorded a team-high 72 tackles.

Place-kicker Kyle Derby (Sr.) was 45 of 48 on extra points and 5 of 9 on field goals last year. He is 107 of 113 on PATs during his career and is closing in on Willamette’s extra point records, set by Mitch Rowan (2008-11), who hit 115 of 127 attempts. Derby also averaged 36.6 yards on 29 punts, while Wyman gained 35.5 yards per attempt on 10 punts. Two freshmen also will challenge for the place-kicking duties. Anders Mintz is from Folsom, Calif., and Derek Gregson played high school football in Gilbert, Ariz. Giza and Malley will be strong threats on kickoff returns. Last year, Giza averaged

Kyle Derby kicks an extra point. He has made 107 of 113 extra points during his career.

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Name Dylan Jones Dylan Diedrich Terrell Malley Shawn Wong Zach Salton Wendell Galvan Trent Spallas Tait Stephens Josh Dean Damian Jackson Jordan Weil Derek Traeger Austin Jones Erik Baker De’zhon Grace Sam Stelk Joe Mendoza Johnny Verduin Corey Walsh Henry Adelman Zack Moore Connor Donahue Matthew Paparella Kyle Davey Dustin Crabtree Donny Torres Mason Brown Taylor Wyman Jaydon Brown Quinton Kirk Tyson Giza Josh Paiement Daley Smith Joseph Harman Justace Buhl-Brennan Mitchell Cone Jack Valencia Kyle Derby Ryan Foote Matthew Boice Ryan Diedrick Dominic Revelez Rayvon Owens Matt Parr Jimmy Sharpe Blair Beschel Brennan Rivera Conner Olson Mike Hernandez Ben McLane Zackery Chang Chris Luetjen Danny Galloway Sean Cooper A.J. Antillon Eric Reza T.J. Matsumoto Jimmy Roberts Reece Conney Louis Knox Andrew Kemp-Dahlberg Tanner Varrelman Brett Kruger Jeremy Danzig Kellen Wood Wyatt Briggs Connor Maloney

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Pos. RB WR RB/WR WR DB CB QB FS QB DB ILB WR WR WR WR QB WR QB OLB ILB QB QB WR DL QB DB CB RB/P CB RB CB WR CB WR WR DB DB PK/P DB DB WR OLB CB ILB RB OLB WR WR RB OLB RB DB WR ILB WR WR FS ILB ILB RB DL RB RB RB WR DL DB

Yr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. So. So. Grad. So. So. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Grad. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr.

Ht. 6’ 0” 6’ 3” 5’ 8” 5’ 6” 5’ 9” 5’ 9” 5’ 9” 6’ 1” 6’ 2” 5’ 8” 6’ 2” 6’ 0” 6’ 1” 5’ 7” 5’ 8” 6’ 5” 6’ 2” 6’ 4” 5’ 9” 5’10” 6’ 2” 5’11” 5’10” 6’ 3” 6’ 2” 5’ 9” 5’ 7” 5’ 8” 6’ 0” 5’10” 5’11” 5’11” 5’11” 5’ 9” 6’ 0” 5’ 7” 6’ 0” 5’10” 6’ 0” 5’ 9” 5’11” 5’ 8” 5’ 7” 6’ 0” 5’ 9” 6’ 1” 6’ 1” 6‘ 0” 5’11” 5’ 9” 5’ 5” 5’10” 5’11” 5’11” 5’ 5” 5’ 7” 6’ 0” 5’11” 5’ 9” 5’ 9” 5’11” 5’11” 5’ 6” 5’ 7” 6’ 1” 6’ 2” 6’ 0”

Wt. 201 179 178 169 191 184 172 195 222 175 224 196 235 178 168 219 203 192 197 215 189 184 185 237 190 199 163 183 154 202 190 172 178 198 208 188 199 198 193 173 195 192 171 250 187 193 201 185 216 178 173 183 211 202 169 145 202 218 237 209 194 163 163 181 192 236 164

Hometown (Previous School) Santa Maria, Calif. (Ernest Righetti High School) Lake Stevens, Wash. (Marysville-Getchell High School) Portland, Ore. (Roosevelt High School) Fremont, Calif. (American High School) Tigard, Ore. (Tualatin High School) Bothell, Wash. (Bothell High School) Elk Grove, Calif. (Franklin High School) Sammamish, Wash. (Skyline High School) Dana Point, Calif. (Dana Hills High School) Puyallup, Wash. (Rogers High School) Sammamish, Wash. (Skyline High School) Mount Angel, Ore. (John F. Kennedy High School) Oakdale, Calif. (Oakdale High School) Moraga, Calif. (Campolindo HS/Whitworth Univ.) Casto Valley, Calif. (Bishop O’Dowd High School) Canby, Ore. (Canby High School) Ventura, Calif. (Ventura High School/Ventura College) Seattle, Wash. (Ballard High School) San Pedro, Calif. (San Pedro HS/Western New Mexico University) Arroyo Grande, Calif. (Arroyo Grande High School) Atherton, Calif. (Menlo-Atherton High School) Hemet, Calif. (West Valley High School) Glendale, Ariz. (Ironwood High School) Atwater, Calif. (Buhach Colony High School) Sherwood, Ore. (Sherwood High School) Long Beach, Calif. (St. Anthony High School) Novato, Calif. (Marin Catholic High School) Bellevue, Wash. (Issaquah High School) Tulare, Calif. (Tulare Union High School/Reedley Junior College) Sacramento, Calif. (Capitol Christian) Salem, Ore. (Sprague High School) Eugene, Ore. (Marist Catholic School) St. Paul, Ore. (St. Paul High School) Philomath, Ore. (Philomath High School) University, Wash. (Timberline High School) Lacey, Wash. (Timberline High School) Sammamish, Wash. (Skyline High School) Oakdale, Calif. (Oakdale High School) Sherwood, Ore. (Valley Catholic HS/Allan Hancock Junior College) Ontario, Calif. (Chaffey High School) Gilbert, Ariz. (Mesquite High School) Dublin, Calif. (Dublin High School) El Cajon, Calif. (Christian High School) Lihue, Hawaii (Kauai High School) Walnut Creek, Calif. (Northgate High School) Spokane, Wash. (Gonzaga Prep High School) Pismo Beach, Calif. (Arroyo Grande High School) Tigard, Ore. (Tigard High School) Lodi, Calif. (Tokay High School) Prineville, Ore. (Crook County High School) Danville, Calif. (Monte Vista High School) Lake Oswego, Ore. (Lake Oswego High School) Lone Tree, Colo. (Highlands Ranch High School) Piedmont, Calif. (Piedmont High School) Hillsboro, Ore. (Liberty High School) Turlock, Calif. (John H. Pitman High School) Union City, Calif. (James Logan High School) Galt, Calif. (Galt High School) Vista, Calif. (Rancho Buena Vista High School) Corte Madera, Calif. (Redwood High School) Menlo Park, Calif. (Menlo-Atherton High School) Pateros, Wash. (Bridgeport High School) West Linn, Ore. (West Linn High School) Encinitas, Calif. (San Diego Jewish Academy) Newport, Ore. (Newport High School) Scio, Ore. (Scio High School) Camas, Wash. (Camas High School)

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Name Bryan Martz Kyle Shaver Aric Burks Nikk Ryan Zac Fegles Demetrius Watts Jack Nelson Paimon Jaberi Steven Lindstrom David Hernandez Ryan Morgan Trevor Roberts Mark Mulligan Blake Ahlers Garrett German Clancy Ryan Cameron Ciano Will Stanger Maxwell Eugenio Shane DePoe Spencer LeMieux Alex Nolan Andrew Loza Matt Swart Justin Brown Thomas Murphy-Piro Nikolas Ruiz Anderson Jake Straube Cuyler Hudson Conor Feeney Harry Wynands Jonathan Brewer Ryan Springer Beau Smith Derek Gregson Patrick Ota Alex Israel Ryan Johnston Kyle Clouthier Daniel Abdie Tyler Hearns Tom Merkle Brendan Manion Joey Lutton Garrett Davis Adam Morton Dylan Tedford Daniel Antonson Zach Coan Mitchell Brisacher Hans Lehndorff Tyler Ropp Matt Holder Solomon Frank Alex Franchetti Mark Sapyta Ben Keller Anders Mintz

Pos. OL OLB DL DL OLB ILB ILB OLB OLB DL OL OL ILB OL OL DL OL OL OL DL DL OL OL OL OL DB DL OL OL OL OL OL OL WR PK/P WR WR WR WR WR DL DL OLB WR WR WR WR ILB PK/P OLB DL DL DL DL DL DL DL PK/P

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

Ht. 6’ 3” 5’10” 6’ 1” 5’11” 5’ 8” 5’ 7” 6’ 2” 5’11” 5’11” 5’10” 6’ 1” 5’10” 6‘ 0” 6’ 4” 5’ 9” 5’ 9” 5’10” 6’ 0” 6’ 2” 6’ 2” 6’ 2” 6‘ 0” 5’10” 6’ 1” 6’ 3” 6‘ 0” 5’ 9” 6’ 4” 6’ 3” 5’10” 6’ 2” 6’ 2” 6’ 0” 6’ 0” 5’ 9” 5’ 7” 5’11” 6’ 0” 5’ 7” 6’ 2” 6’ 2” 6’ 3” 6’ 4” 6’ 2” 6’ 4” 6’ 0” 5’10” 6’ 0” 5’ 9” 5’10” 5’10” 6’ 5” 6’ 2” 5’ 9” 6’ 2” 6’ 3” 5’10” 6’ 3”

Wt. 249 200 243 221 181 186 224 205 180 256 285 223 203 293 293 258 248 268 294 241 223 262 265 238 277 222 230 259 271 286 279 315 282 190 174 154 182 202 168 171 206 230 198 172 197 193 173 183 194 192 259 271 223 235 254 218 337 179

Hometown (Previous School) Salem, Ore. (South Salem High School) Bend, Ore. (Mountain View High School) Gilbert, Ariz. (Hamilton High School) Oakdale, Calif. (Oakdale High School) Keizer, Ore. (McNary High School) Elk Grove, Calif. (Sacramento High School) Portland, Ore. (Jesuit High School) Bainbridge Island, Wash. (Bainbridge High School) Siletz, Ore. (Siletz Valley High School) Bakersfield, Calif. (Ridgeview High School) Lone Tree, Colo. (Arapahoe High School) Bend, Ore. (Mountain View High School) San Francisco, Calif. (Archbishop Riordan High School) Yuba City, Calif. (Sutter Union High School) Redding, Calif. (Cetnral Valley High School)/Shasta Junior College) Watsonville, Calif. (St. Francis CCC High School) Half Moon Bay, Calif. (Junipero Serra High School) Claremont, Calif. (Claremont High School) Spokane, Wash. (Gonzaga Preparatory School) Neah Bay, Wash. (Neah Bay High School) American Canyon, Calif. (American Canyon High School) Scottsdale, Ariz. (Horizon High School) Sherwood, Ore. (Sherwood High School) Portland, Ore. (Riverdale High School) Oxnard, Calif. (Oxnard High School) San Mateo, Calif. (Saint Ignatius College Preparatory) Springfield, Ore. (Henry D. Sheldon High School) Junction City, Ore. (Junction City High School) Leavenworth, Wash. (Cascade High School) Petaluma, Calif. (Casa Grande High School) Ventura, Calif. (Ventura High School) Albany, Ore. (South Albany High School) Eureka, Calif. (Eureka High School) Roseville, Calif. (Roseville High School) Gilbert, Ariz. (Williams Field High School) Renton, Wash. (Tahoma High School) McMinnville, Ore. (McMinneville High School) The Dalles, Ore. (The Dalles-Wahtonka High School) Incline Village, Nev. (Incline High School) Beaverton, Ore. (Westview High School) Dublin, Calif. (Dublin High School) Eagle, Idaho (Eagle High School) Los Altos, Calif. (Archbiship Mitty High School) Maple Valley, Wash. (Tahoma Senior High School) Marysville, Wash. (Marysville-Pilchuk High School) Hillsboro, Ore. (Hillsboro High School) Fallon, Nev. (Churchill County High School) Mission Viejo, Calif. (Mission Viejo High School) Benicia, Calif. (St. Patrick’s-St. Vincent’s High School) Los Angeles, Calif. (Windward High School) Boulder, Colo. (Boulder High School) Corvallis, Ore. (Santiam Christian School) Walnut Creek, Calif. (Northgate High School) Salem, Ore. (McKay High School) Stockton, Calif. (Lincoln High School) Highlands Ranch, Colo. (Regis Jesuit High School) Ka’a’awa, Hawaii (University High School) Folsom, Calif. (Vista Del Lago High School)

Head Coach: Glen Fowles (2nd year as Head Coach, 18th year overall); Offensive Coordinator: Kelly Bills (1st year); Defensive Coordinator: Nathan Naggi (9th year as Defensive Coordinator, 10th year overall); Offensive Line: Tanner Smith (10th year); Offensive Line: Kenny Miller (2nd year); Quarterbacks: Chuck Pinkerton (16th year); Running Backs: Danny Mitchell (1st year); Wide Receivers/Special Teams: Lukkes Gilgan (3rd year); Wide Receivers: Mikey Lemon (3rd year); Defensive Line: Darryl Smith (8th year); Defensive Line: Chris Prange (12th year); Linebackers: John Horner (18th year); Linebackers: Cody Pastorino (1st year); Defensive Backs/Recruiting Coordinator: Tony Cassinerio (11th year); Defensive Backs: Brandon Lemon (4th year); Kickers/Punters: Ryan Baker (2nd year); Kickers/Punters: Steve Baker (2nd year). Head Athletic Trainer: Ken Smith, MS, ATC Athletic Trainer/Coordinator of Sports Medicine Operations: Erin Scharer, MS, ATC Asst. Athletic Trainer: Dylan Borden, MS, ATC Physicians from Silverton Hospital: Dr. David Thorsett, Dr. Daniel Schweigert, Dr. Brian Puskas

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#60 Blake Ahlers

6’4”, 293 lbs. • Yuba City, California (Sutter Union High School)

Started all 10 games last season for the Bearcats ... His blocking helped Willamette average 498.1 total yards per game ... On passing plays, his protection contributed to 355.0 yards per game through the air ... Also helped WU earn 253 first downs during the year, as the Bearcats scored 396 points ... Is the only returning starter in the offensive line ... Played football, wrestling and baseball at Sutter Union High School ... As a senior in 2009, he was selected AllLeague, All-Section and All-Area in football, after earning Honorable Mention All-League recognition as a junior ... Named All-League in baseball in 2010 ... Academic Honor Roll all four years in high school ... Male Student-Athlete of the Year at Sutter Union in 2010 ... Is majoring in Exercise Science ... Parents are Gregg and Sue Ahlers.

Sr.

Major: Exercise Science

Started all 10 games in 2012

Willamette Career Accomplishments Ahlers started all 10 games for the Bearcats in 2012. He helped Willamette gain 498.1 total yards per game last season. His blocking contributed to Willamette acheiving 396 points and 253 first downs in 2012. He will be a starter in the offensive line this year.

DE

#48 Wyatt Briggs

6’2”, 236 lbs. • Scio, Oregon (Scio High School)

Saw action in all 10 games last season after playing in nine games in 2011 ... Recorded nine tackles last year, including one sack ... Has earned 13 tackles in 19 games ... Is one of Willamette’s most experienced players in the defensive line and is a top pass rusher ... Previously competed in football, basketball and track at Scio High School in Oregon ... Won a State title in the discus in 2008 ... Competed in track and field at WU the past four seasons ... Earned third place in the NWC in the hammer throw in 2013 with a career-best toss of 182’ 3.75”... Placed third in the hammer and fourth in the discus at the 2012 NWC meet ... Is enrolled at the Atkinson Graduate School of Management ... Received a B.A. degree in Exercise Science with a minor in Psychology from WU this past spring ... Son of Vance and Deeann Briggs.

Sr.

Major: Exercise Science YEAR 2011 2012 Career

GP 9 10 19

UT AT TOT 3 1 4 5 4 9 8 5 13

Played in all 10 games last season TFL YDS. 1.0 7 1.0 7 2.0 14

SACKS YDS. PBU 1.0 7 0 1.0 7 0 2.0 14 0

INT YDS. TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

#18 Kyle Davey

6’3”, 237 lbs. • Atwater, California (Buhach Colony High School)

FF FR TD 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0

BLK 0 0 0

DE

Has played in a total of 21 games for the Bearcats ... Competed in eight games in 2012 ... Earned seven tackles, including two sacks for 20 yards in losses ... Received a medical hardship waiver earlier in his career and is now in his senior season ... Played football and was a hurdler during the track and field season at Buhach Colony High School in Atwater, California ... Competed at quarterback, defensive end and linebacker in football ... Chosen as the team’s Most Valuable Player, Most Inspirational Player and Outstanding Offensive Back at BCHS ... He has earned the Mary Stuart Rogers Scholarship at WU for his academic achievements and personal character ... Is participating in the 3/2 MBA program at Willamette ... Majoring in Exercise Science ... He is the son of Darlene Stinson.

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Major: Exercise Science YEAR 2009 2010 2011 2012 Career

GP 6 4 3 8 21

UT AT TOT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 6 1 7 6 2 8

Enters his senior year with 21 games played TFL YDS. 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 2.0 20 2.0 20

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SACKS YDS. PBU 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 2.0 20 0 2.0 20 0

INT YDS. TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF FR TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

BLK 0 0 0 0 0


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#88 Garrett Davis

6’4”, 197 lbs. • Marysville, Washington (Marysville-Pilchuk High School)

WR

Enters his second season on the Willamette football team ... Played tight end in 2012 and is a wide receiver this year ... Also has competed as a pitcher on the WU baseball team the past three seasons ... Pitched in 13 games during the 2013 season this past spring and achieved a 1.0 record, two saves and a 4.91 earned run average ... Struck out 12 batters in 18 1/3 innings pitched ... Has pitched in a total of 19 games during his Willamette career ... Played wide receiver and safety in football at Marysville-Pilchuk High School in the State of Washington ... Was a pitcher, outfielder and first baseman in baeball and also played post during basketball season ... Valedictorian of his graduating class at MPHS ... Is majoring in Chemistry (Biochemsitry track) with a minor at Biology ... Parents are Bill and Leslie Davis.

Sr.

Major: Chemistry (Biochemistry track) YEAR 2012

GP 1

Has played football and baseball at WU

RUSH YDS. AVG. TD LONG YDS./GM 0 0 — 0 — 0.0

REC YDS. AVG. TD LONG YDS./GM 0 0 — 0 — 0.0

Sophomore Eligibility

# 7

Josh Dean

QB

6’2”, 222 lbs. • Dana Point, California (Dana Hills High School)

Chosen Second Team All-NWC last season ... Set all of Willamette’s single season passing records while starting all 10 games ... Completed 273 of 422 passes for 3,345 yards and 34 TDs ... Tied the WU record for passing touchdowns in a game with six in the season opener at Hardin-Simmons ... Ranked third in NCAA Division III in passing yards, fifth in passing yards per game (334.5), sixth in total offense per game (351.6), and sixth in completions per game (27.3) ... Helped WU average 39.6 points per game ... At Dana Hills High School, he was First Team All-League as a senior and was selected for the Orange County North-South All-Star Game ... Connected on 151 of 244 pass (61.9%) for 1,998 yards and 17 TDs at DHHS in 2009 ... Majoring in Economics at Willamette ... Parents are Todd and Becky Dean.

Sr.

Major: Economics YEAR 2010 2011 2012 Career

GP 5 10 10 25

Threw for a Willamette record 34 TDs in 2012

RUSH YDS. AVG. TD LG YDS./GM CP ATT INT PCT. YDS. TD LG YDS./GM 0 0 — 0 — 0.0 0 0 0 — 0 0 — — 28 124 4.4 2 33 12.4 3 4 0 75.0% 43 0 24 4.3 109 171 1.6 6 26 17.1 273 422 12 64.7% 3,345 34 63 334.5 137 295 2.2 8 33 11.8 276 426 12 64.8% 3,388 34 63 135.5

#67 Shane DePoe

DE

6’2”, 241 lbs. • Neah Bay, Wash. (Neah Bay High School)

Has battled injuries throughout his college career with the Bearcats ... Saw action in two games during the 2011 season and registered three total tackles ... Assisted a quarterback sack for a 3-yard loss ... May also miss this year as the result of an injury ... Played football for four years at Neah Bay High School in the State of Washington ... Was selected First Team All-Pacific Coast North League as an offensive lineman and a defensive lineman ... Chosen First Team All-Peninsula in the offensive line ... Earned Second Team All-State honors in the defensive line ... Was the Vice President of his graduating class all four years at Neah Bay ... Undecided regarding his major ... Is the son of Ronald and Trish DePoe.

Sr.

Major: Undecided YEAR 2011

GP 2

UT AT TOT 2 1 3

Was Second Team All-State at Neah Bay HS TFL YDS. 0.5 3

SACKS YDS. PBU 0.5 3 0

INT YDS. TD 0 0 0

FF FR TD 0 0 0

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BLK 0

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#29 Kyle Derby

5’10”, 198 lbs. • Oakdale, California (Oakdale High School)

PK/P

Chosen as the Academic All-District punter in 2012 ... Is in his fourth season as a place-kicker and punter on the Willamette football team ... Converted 45 of 48 extra points and 5 of 9 field goals last season, as he scored 60 points for the Bearcats ... Has made 107 of 113 extra points in his career and is nearing the Willamette records of 115 and 127 set by Mitch Rowan from 2008-11 ... During his three seasons, he has made 13 of 20 (65.0%) field attempts and has scored 146 points ... Played football and competed in golf at Oakdale High School in California ... Graduated with honors from OHS ... Was a member of the Willamette men’s golf team in the spring of 2011 of 2012 ... Is majoring in Economics and participating in the 3/2 MBA program ... His parents are Dave and Darlene Derby.

Sr.

Major: Economics YEAR 2010 2011 2012 Career

GP EPM 8 33 9 29 10 45 27 107

Has converted 107 of 113 extra points in his career

EPA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. 36 91.7% 3 5 60.0% 29 100.0% 5 6 83.3% 48 93.8% 5 9 55.6% 113 94.7% 13 20 65.0%

LG 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ 29 0-0 3-4 0-0 0-1 0-0 35 2-2 2-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 30 1-2 3-3 1-4 0-0 0-0 35 3-4 8-9 2-6 0-1 0-0

PTS AVG. 42 5.2 44 4.9 60 6.0 146 5.4

NG

#96 Solomon Frank

5’9”, 235 lbs. • Salem, Oregon (McKay High School)

Begins his senior year with the Bearcats ... Played fullback in prevoius seasons, but has moved to the defensive line this fall ... Saw action in six games in 2010 at fullback and provided quality blocking for Willamette ... Has battled injuires throughout his career ... Was off to a strong preseason in 2012 before an injury sidelined him for the entire regular season ... Attended nearby McKay High School, where he competed in football, basketball and baseball ... Was a running back and linebacker for McKay during the football season ... Was selected for First Team All-Central Valley Conference at linebacker and was a Second Team All-CVS choice at running back ... Is majoring in Sociology at Willamette ... Son of Autumn David.

Sr.

Major: Sociology YEAR 2010

GP 6

UT AT TOT 0 1 1

Previously played fullback for the Bearcats TFL YDS. 0.0 0

SACKS YDS. PBU 0.0 0 0

INT YDS. TD 0 0 0

FF FR TD 0 0 0

BLK 0

Junior Eligibility

CB

#23 Tyson Giza

5’11”, 190 lbs. • Salem, Oregon (Sprague High School)

Has played in 28 games and earned nine interceptions in his career ... Named Second Team All-NWC in 2012 and Honorable Mention All-NWC in 2011 ... In 2012, he played in all 10 games and achieved 25 tackles (18 solo), four interceptions and seven pass break-ups ... Has broken up 13 passes over the past three years ... During his career, he has recorded 68 tackles (44 solo) ... Also has returned 44 kickoffs for a 964 yards, an average of 21.9 yards per return ... Missed the 2009 season due to an injury ... Played on the WU baseball team the past four years and was Honorable Mention All-NWC in 2010 and 2013 ... Set a school record with 594 career at bats ... Achieved a .303 career batting average ... Stole 48 bases and recorded 434 putouts ... Is majoring in Economics ... Son of Greg and Debbie Giza.

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Major: Economics YEAR 2010 2011 2012 Career

GP 9 9 10 28

UT AT TOT 8 6 14 18 11 29 18 7 25 44 24 68

Second Team All-NWC in 2012 TFL YDS. 0.0 0 0.5 1 0.5 1 010 2

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SACKS YDS. PBU 0.0 0 2 0.0 0 4 0.0 0 7 0.0 0 13

INT YDS. TD 1 0 0 4 1 0 4 0 0 9 1 0

FF FR TD 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

BLK 0 0 0 0


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#25 Joseph Harman

5’9”, 198 lbs. • Philomath, Oregon (Philomath High School)

Played in all 10 games for the Bearcats last season ... Contribues at wide receiver and is a solid player on special teams ... Has scored two career touchdowns on four rushing attempts ... Caught three passes last year and will likely see increased playing time this season ... Battles for yards on offense and hits hard on special teams ... Was named All-League twice as a linebacker at Philomath High School ... Also earned All-League honors once at running back ... During his senior year, he rushed for 1,200 yards and made 90 tackles on defense ... Chosen team MVP ... Wendy’s High School Heisman National Finalist ... Also played baseball and basketball at PHS ... Valedictorian of his senior class ... Majoring in Chemistry (Biochemistry track) at Willamette ... Parents are Joseph and Rebecca Harman.

Sr.

Major: Chemistry (Biochemistry track) YEAR 2010 2011 2012 Career

GP 1 2 10 13

Played in all 10 games in 2012

RUSH YDS. AVG. TD LONG YDS./GM 1 8 8.0 1 8 8.0 3 10 3.3 1 5 5.0 0 0 — 0 — 0.0 4 18 4.5 2 8 1.4

REC YDS. AVG. TD LONG YDS./GM 0 0 — 0 — 0.0 0 0 — 0 — 0.0 3 11 3.7 0 7 1.1 3 11 3.7 0 7 0.8

NG

#57 David Hernandez

5’10”, 256 lbs. • Bakersfield, California (Ridgeview High School)

Is one of seversal experienced players who will see action in the defensive line this season ... Has played in a total of 12 games at Willamette, including six games in 2011 ... Works hard for the Bearcats, both in practice and on the playing field ... Also competes on the Bearcats’ club rugby team ... Played varsity football for two years at Ridgeview High School in Bakersfield, California ... Was a center and defensive lineman at RHS ... Honorable Mention All-League on offense and defense as a junior ... Team captain as a senior ... Chosen for the U.S. Army High School All-Star Arena Bowl ... Received the Congressman Kevin McCarthy Merit Award, given to one graduating senior at each high schol in Kern County ... National Honor Society ... Majoring in Physics at Willamette ... Is the son of Angelinne Ruby.

Sr.

Major: Physics YEAR 2010 2011 2012 Career

GP 4 6 2 12

UT AT TOT 0 4 4 1 1 2 0 1 1 1 6 7

Received the Congressman Kevin McCarthy Merit Award TFL YDS. 0.5 3 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.5 3

SACKS YDS. PBU 0.0 0 1 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 1

INT YDS. TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF FR TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

#37 Mike Hernandez 5’11”, 216 lbs. • Lodi, California (Tokay High School)

BLK 0 0 0 0

RB

Competed in all 10 games during the 2012 season ... Hauled in 10 passes and 62 yards and five touchdowns, as a key player when Willamette moved inside the 20-yard line ... Has played in 14 games overall for the Bearcats ... Brings strength and power to the running back position, and can contribute as a runner and a blocker ... Was a fullback, linebacker, kicker and punter at Tokay High School in Lodi, California ... Rushed for 560 yards and earned 91 tackles on defense as a senior ... Also played forward on the THS basketball team and averaged 15 points per game ... Participated in track and field as a hurdler and thrower ... Placed second at Sectionals in the ???? ... As a student at Willamette, he is majoring in Chemistry (Biochemistry track) ... Parents are Steven and Lisa Hernandez.

Sr.

Major: Chemistry (Biochemistry track) YEAR 2010 2011 2012 Career

GP 1 3 10 14

Caught 10 passes and scored 5 TDs in 2012

RUSH YDS. AVG. TD LONG YDS./GM 0 0 — 0 — 0.0 1 5 5.0 0 5 1.7 0 0 — 0 — 0.0 1 5 5.0 0 5 0.4

REC YDS. AVG. TD LONG YDS./GM 0 0 — 0 — — 0 0 — 0 — — 10 62 6.2 5 16 6.2 10 62 6.2 5 16 4.4

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#72 Cuyler Hudson

6’3”, 271 lbs. • Leavenworth, Washington (Cascade High School)

Is one of two seniors in the offensive line for the Bearcats this season ... Has played in four in during his career and has been a hard-working lineman during practice ... Will contribute more to the offense this season as one of Willamette’s upperclassmen ... Played four seasons of both football and basketball at Cascade High School in Leavenworth, Washington ... Earned First Team All-League honors two times in football ... Also competed on the track and field team for two years ... Placed third in the League in the shot put ... Was the Associated Student Body president at CHS ... Also served as president of the CHS chapter of the National Honor Society ... Received the U.S. Army Student-Athlete of the Year Award ... Majoring in Exercise Science at WU ... Son of Roger and Carla Hudson.

Sr.

Major: Exercise Science

Earned All-League honors twice in high schoool

Willamette Career Accomplishments Hudson is one of only two Willamtte offensive linemen who are seniors this season. He has played in four games during his career. He was named First Team All-League twice at Cascade High School in Leavenworth, Wash. He also played four seasons of basketball and competed in track and field for two years at CHS.

#83 Ryan Johnston

6’0”, 202 lbs. • The Dalles, Oregon (The Dalles-Wahtonka High School)

WR

Played in six games in 2012 and has seen action in a total of 17 games in his career ... Hauled in an 18-yard catch against Pacific in 2011 ... Will contribute as a wide receiver and on special teams this season ... Also will serve as the team’s back-up long snapper ... Has earned one assisted tackle each season on kick or punt return coverage ... He participated in football, basketball and track and field at The Dalles-Wahtonka High School in Oregon ... Was selected Second Team All-Intermountain Conference for The Dalles-Wahtonka as a tight end in 2009 ... Helped his high school basketball team achieve a 15-10 overall record as a senior guard in 2009-10 ... Is majoring in History at Willamette with a minor in Philosophy ... Son of Richard and Gwen Johnston.

Sr.

Major: History YEAR 2010 2011 2012 Career

GP 3 8 6 17

Was a three-sport athlete at The Dallas High School

RUSH YDS. AVG. TD LONG YDS./GM 0 0 — 0 — 0.0 0 0 — 0 — 0.0 0 0 — 0 — 0.0 0 0 — 0 — 0.0

REC YDS. AVG. TD LONG YDS./GM 0 0 — 0 — 0.0 1 18 18.0 0 18 2.2 0 0 — 0 — 0.0 1 18 18.0 0 18 1.1

#39 Chris Luetjen

5’10”, 183 lbs. • Lake Oswego, Oregon (Lake Oswego High School)

CB

Is in his senior year on the Willamette football team ... Saw action in four games in 2012 as a defensive back for the Bearcats ... Also competes in track and field ... Helped the Willamette 4 x 100-meter relay team take first place in 42.06 seconds at the 2013 Northwest Conference Championships, which Willamette hosted this past spring ... Owns career best times of 11.11 seconds in the 100-meter dash and 23.23 seconds in the 200-meter dash ... Was All-League five times in track and field at Lake Oswego High School in Oregon ... Majoring in Physics with a minor in Mathematics at Willamette ... Participated in a National Science Foundation summer research project ... Was published in the American Journal of Physics in the summer of 2013 ... His parents are Diane and Wayde Stephens.

Sr.

Major: Physics YEAR 2012

GP 4

UT AT TOT 0 1 1

Helped WU win an NWC title in the 4 x 100 relay in track TFL YDS. 0.0 0

Sophomore Eligibility

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SACKS YDS. PBU 0.0 0 0

INT YDS. TD 0 0 0

FF FR TD 0 0 0

BLK 0


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Terrell Malley

5’8”, 178 lbs. • Portland, Oregon (Roosevelt High School)

RB/WR

Enters his senior season with 1,176 career rushing yards and 503 career receiving yards ... As a runner, he has gained 7.4 yards per carry and scored 12 TDs... Has played in 28 games during his career, inlcuding all 10 games last year ... Second Team All-NWC at running back in 2010 and 2012 ... Rushed for 628 yards and 7 TDs in 2011 ... Set career marks in 2012 with 39 catches for 428 yards and 5 TDs ... Also played four seasons of basketball at WU from 2009-10 through 2012-13 ... Earned Honorable Mention All-NWC recognition in 2011-12 and 2012-13 ... Finished his basketball career with 1,242 points ... Averaged 17.3 points per game last yeasr ... At Roosevelt HS, he was First Team All-PIL in football and was Second Team in basketball ... Majoring in Rhetoric and Media Studies ... Son of Terry and Lorraine Malley.

Sr.

Major: Rhetoric and Media Studies YEAR 2009 2010 2012 Career

GP 10 8 10 28

Second Team All-NWC in 2010 and 2012

RUSH YDS. AVG. TD LONG YDS./GM 48 270 5.6 3 32 27.0 77 628 8.2 7 77 78.5 33 278 8.4 2 45 27.8 158 1,176 7.4 12 77 42.0

REC YDS. AVG. TD LONG YDS./GM 3 31 10.3 0 21 3.1 4 44 11.0 0 29 5.5 39 428 11.0 5 31 42.8 46 503 10.9 5 31 18.0

FS

#42 T.J. Matsumoto

6’0”, 202 lbs. • Union City, California (James Logan High School)

Plays free safety for the Bearcats ... Has seen action in 23 games during his career, including all 10 games in 2012 ... Registered six tackles last year and has 11 tackles overall ... Brings lots of energy to the field and will challenge for a starting position this year ... Was a middle linebacker and a wide receiver at James Logan High School in California ... Earned 55 tackles during his senior year ... Also played three years of baseball and one season of volleyball ... Chosen Honorable Mention All-Conference in volleyball at the middle blocker position ... Has excelled in the classroom, both in high school and in college ... Graduated in the top 3% of his graduating class at James Logan HS ... Is majoring in Economics at Willamette ... His parents are Victor and Joann Matsumoto.

Sr.

Major: Economics YEAR 2010 2011 2012 Career

GP 5 8 10 23

UT AT TOT 1 1 2 1 2 3 3 3 6 5 6 11

Has played in 23 games over the past three years TFL YDS. 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0

SACKS YDS. PBU 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0

INT YDS. TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF FR TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

BLK 0 0 0 0

Quarterback Josh Dean is ready for the snap in last year’s home game against Pacific University.

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#33 Matt Parr

6’0”, 250 lbs. • Lihue, Hawaii (Kauai High School)

Has played in 30 career games for Willamette, including all 10 games in 2010 and nine games in 2012 ... Was granted a medical hardship waiver after receiving an injury in 2011 ... Has been a regular starter since his sophomore year, and is a key player for the Bearcats ... Registered 30 tackles in 2012, giving him 97 tackles in his career ... Has achieved a total of 6.0 tackles for losses ... Earned a career-best 37 total tackles, including 28 assists, in 2010 ... As a freshman in 2009, he contributed 23 tackles ... Has registered 8 tackles in a game three times during his career, including a 56-20 win over Lewis & Clark last season ... Also broke up a pass against the Pioneers ... Was a KIF All-Star in 2007 and 2008 as a linebacker at Kauai High School in Hawaii ... At Willamette, he is majoring in Economics ... Is the son of Arna Parr.

Sr.

Major: Economics YEAR 2009 2010 2011 2012 Career

GP 8 10 3 9 30

# 6

UT 8 9 1 12 30

AT TOT 15 23 28 37 6 7 18 30 67 97

Has recorded 67 career tackles TFL YDS. 1.0 5 2.5 10 0.0 0 2.5 7 6.0 22

SACKS YDS. PBU 0.0 0 0 1.0 6 0 0.0 0 0 0.5 2 1 1.5 8 1

INT YDS. TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Tait Stephens

6’1”, 195 lbs. • Sammamish, Washington (Skyline High School)

FF FR TD 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

BLK 0 0 0 0 0

FS

Begins his senior year with 22 career games played, including all 10 games in both 2011 and 2012 ... Registered 25 tackles last season with 16 unassisted tackles and nine assists ... Earned two tackles for losses, picked off two passes and broke up two passes ... Has achieved 36 career tackles (24 solo) while earning five pass break-ups ... Will battle for a starting position in 2013 ... Previously attended Skyline High School in the State of Washington ... At Skyline, he was a cornerback and a wide receiver for the Spartans ... Played on three State Championship teams ... Was selected All-KingCo Conference at cornerback ... Nominated for the State Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award ... Is majoring in Economics at Willamette ... His parents are Diane and Wayde Stephens.

Sr.

Major: Economics YEAR 2010 2011 2012 Career

GP 2 10 10 22

UT AT TOT 1 1 2 7 2 9 16 9 25 24 12 36

Achieved 25 tackles and intercepted two passes in 2012 TFL YDS. 0.0 0 0.0 0 2.0 5 2.0 5

SACKS YDS. PBU 0.0 0 2 0.0 0 1 0.0 0 2 0.0 0 5

INT YDS. TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 -8 0 2 -8 0

Derek Traeger goes airborne to make a catch for the Bearcats.

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FF FR TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

BLK 0 0 0 0


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#14 Corey Walsh

5’9”, 197 lbs. • San Pedro, California (San Pedro HS/Western N.M.)

Played in eight games last season and has contributed in 13 games overall ... Earned 11 tackles in 2012, with 1.5 tackles for losses, including one-half sack for a 3-yard loss ... Has achieved 17 career tackles on nine unassisted tackles and eight assists ... Will be a strong contender for a starting position at outside linebacker this season ... Works hard on defense and is often near the ball when the play is on his side of the field ... Competed in two years of varsity football and three seasons of varsity baseball at San Pedro High School in California ... First Team All-Marine League, Second Team All-South Bay and Second Team All-Los Angeles City Section as a safety in football ... Played in the outfield during the baseball season ... Majoring in Exercise Science ... Son of Mike and Kathy Walsh.

Sr.

Major: Exercise Science YEAR 2009 2011 2012 Career

GP 4 1 8 13

# 8

UT AT TOT 3 3 6 0 0 0 6 5 11 9 8 17

Was Second Team All-South Bay in high school TFL YDS. 0.0 0 0.0 0 1.5 6 1.5 6

SACKS YDS. PBU 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.5 3 0 0.5 3 0

INT YDS. TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF FR TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

BLK 0 0 0 0

ILB

Jordan Weil

6’2”, 224 lbs. • Sammamish, Washington (Skyline High School)

Has participated in 29 games during his Bearcat career ... Provides quality defensive play in both pass coverage and stopping the run ... Earned 13 tackles in eight games last season .. Has made 63 tackles in his career, with 31 unassisted tackles and 32 assists to go along with three forced fumbles and one interception ... Will challenge for a starting position at inside linebacker this fall ... Missed much of the 2011 season due to an injury ... Had his best year statistically in 2010, when he registered 33 total tackles with 1.5 tackles for losses, one interception and two forced fumbles ... Started his Willamette career by playing in seven games and recording a total of 17 tackles as a freshman in 2009 ... Is majoring in Economics at Willamette ... His parents are Jason Weil and Lynn Juniel.

Sr.

Major: Economics YEAR 2009 2010 2011 2012 Career

GP 7 10 4 8 29

UT AT TOT 13 4 17 11 22 33 0 0 0 7 6 13 31 32 63

Recorded 33 total tackles in 2010 TFL YDS. 0.0 0 1.5 2 0.0 0 0.0 0 1.5 2

SACKS YDS. PBU 0.0 0 0 0.5 1 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 1 0.5 1 1

INT YDS. TD 0 0 0 1 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 10 0

FF FR TD 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0

BLK 0 0 0 0 0

Defensive end Wyatt Briggs (#48) helps tackle a Lewis & Clark player at McCulloch Stadium last season.

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#85 Daniel Abdie

Fr., WR, 6’2”, 171 lbs. Beaverton, Ore. Westview HS Undecided

#34 Blair Beschel

Fr., OLB, 6’1”, 193 lbs. Spokane, Wash. Gonzaga Prep Pre-Medicine

#15 Henry Adelman

So., ILB, 5’10”, 215 lbs. Arroyo Grande, Calif. Arroyo Grande HS Exercise Science

#30 Matthew Boice

Fr., DB, 5’9”, 173 lbs. Ontario, Calif. Chaffey HS Pre-Medicine

#40

#60 Blake Ahlers

Sr., OL, 6’4”, 293 lbs. Yuba City, Calif. Sutter Union HS Exercise Science

A.J. Antillon

Fr., WR, 5’5”, 169 lbs. Hillsboro, Ore. Liberty HS Rhetoric/Media Studies

#48

#77 Jonathan Brewer

Fr., OL, 6’2”, 315 lbs. Albany, Ore. South Albany HS Undecided

Wyatt Briggs

Sr., DL, 6’2”, 236 lbs. Scio, Ore. Scio HS Exercise Science

#70 Justin Brown

Jr., OT, 6’3”, 277 lbs. Oxnard, Calif. Oxnard HS Chemistry

#51 Aric Burks

Running back Michael Hernandez scores on a touchdown pass. Five of his 10 catches in 2012 were touchdowns.

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Fr., DL, 6’1”, 243 lbs. Gilbert, Ariz. Hamilton HS Engineering

#91 Daniel Antonson

Fr., ILB, 6’0”, 183 lbs. Mission Viejo, Calif. Mission Viejo HS Undecided

#92 Mitchell Brisacher

So., OLB, 5’10”, 192 lbs. Los Angeles, Calif. Windward HS Economics

#20 Mason Brown

Jr., CB, 5’7”, 163 lbs. Novato, Calif. Marin Catholic HS Rhetoric/Media Studies

#38 Zackery Chang

Fr., RB, 5’5”,173 lbs. Danville, Calif. Monte Vista HS Undecided

#10 Erik Baker

So., WR, 5’7”, 178 lbs. Moraga, Calif. Whitworth University Economics

#22 Jaydon Brown

So., CB, 6’0”, 154 lbs. Tulare, Calif. Reedley JC Undecided

#26 Justace Buhl-Brennan Fr., WR, 6’0”, 208 lbs. University, Wash. Timberline HS Undecided

#63 Cameron Ciano

So., OL, 5’10”, 248 lbs. Half Moon Bay, Calif. Junipero Serra HS Undecided


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#91

#84 Kyle Clouthier

So., WR, 5’7”, 168 lbs. Incline Village, Nev. Incline HS Undecided

Zach Coan

Fr., PK/P, 5’9”, 194 lbs. Benicia, Calif. St. Patrick’s-St. Vincent HS Undecided

#18

#46 Jeremy Danzig

Fr., RB, 5’7”, 181 lbs. Encinitas, Calif San Diego Jewish Acad. Politics

#1 Dylan Diedrich

Fr., WR, 6’3”, 179 lbs. Lake Stevens, Wash. Marysville-Getchell HS Undecided

#29 Ryan Foote

So., DB, 6’0”, 193 lbs. Sherwood, Ore. Allan Hancock JC Undecided

#27 Mitchell Cone

Fr., DB, 5’7”, 188 lbs. Lacey, Wash. Timberline HS Undecided

Grad., DL, 6’3”, 237 lbs. Atwater, Calif. Buhach Colony HS Exercise Science ????

#46 Ryan Diedrick

So., WR, 5’11”, 195 lbs. Gilbert, Ariz. Mesquite HS Economics/Religious Studies

#97 Alex Franchetti

Jr., DL, 6’2”, 254 lbs. Stockton, Calif. Lincoln HS Economics

Reece Conney

Fr.., ILB, 5’9”, 237 lbs. Vista, Calif. Rancho Buena Vista HS Undecided

#7

#88 Garrett Davis

Kyle Davey

#44

So., WR, 6’4”, 197 lbs. Marysville, Wash. Marysville-Pilchuk HS Chemistry (Biochem.)

#16 Connor Donahue

So., QB, 5’11”, 184 lbs. Hemet, Calif. West Valley HS Math/Economics

#96 Solomon Frank

Jr., DL, 5’9”, 235 lbs. Salem, Ore. McKay HS Sociology

Josh Dean

Sr., QB, 6’2”, 222 lbs. Dana Point, Calif. Dana Hills HS Economics

#66 Maxwell Eugenio

Fr., OL, 6’2”, 294 lbs. Spokane, Wash. Gonzaga Prep Undecided

#39 Danny Galloway

Fr., WR, 5’11”, 211 lbs. Lone Tree, Colo. Highlands Ranch HS Economics/Psychology

#19

#40 Sean Cooper

So., ILB, 5’11”, 202 lbs. Piedmont, Calif. Piedmont HS Film Studies

Dustin Crabtree

So., QB, 6’2”, 190 lbs. Sherwood, Ore. Sherwood HS Chemistry

#67 Shane DePoe

Sr., DL, 6’2”, 241 lbs. Neah Bay, Wash. Neah Bay HS Undecided

#29 Kyle Derby

Sr., PK/P, 5’10”, 198 lbs. Oakdale, Calif. Oakdale HS Economics

#53

#73 Conor Feeney

Fr., OL, 5’10”, 286 lbs. Petaluma, Calif. Casa Grande HS Psychology

#5 Wendell Galvan

Jr., CB, 5’9”, 184 lbs. Bothell, Wash. Bothell HS Exercise Science

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Zac Fegles

Fr., OLB, 5’8”, 181 lbs. Keizer, Ore. McNary HS Undecided

#61 Garrett German

Fr., OL, 5’9”, 293 lbs. Redding, Calif. Shasta JC Undecided

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#23

#11 De’Zhon Grace

Tyson Giza

Sr., CB, 5’11”, 190 lbs. Salem, Ore. Sprague HS Economics

#37 Mike Hernandez

Jr., FB, 5’10”, 230 lbs. Lodi, Calif. Tokay HS Chemistry (Biochem.)

#82 Alex Israel

Fr., WR, 5’11”, 182 lbs. McMinnville, Ore. McMinnville HS Mathematics

Fr., WR, 5’8”, 168 lbs. Castro Valley, Calif. Bishop O’Dowd HS Sociology

#95 Matt Holder

Jr., DL, 6’2”, 223 lbs. Walnut Creek, Calif. Northgate HS Economics

#80 Derek Gregson

Fr., PK/P, 5’9”, 174 lbs. Gilbert, Ariz. Williams Field HS Economics

Fr., OLB, 5’11”, 205 lbs. Bainbridge Island, Wash. Bainbridge HS Exercise Science

Joseph Harman

Sr., WR, 5’9”, 198 lbs. Philomath, Ore. Philomath HS Chemistry (Biochem.)

#85 Tyler Hearns

Jr., DL, 6’2”, 206 lbs. Dublin, Calif. Dublin HS Economics

#57 David Hernandez

Sr., NG, 5’10”, 256 lbs. Bakersfield, Calif. Ridgeview HS Economics

#72 Cuyler Hudson

Sr., OL, 6’3”, 271 lbs. Leavenworth, Wash. Cascade HS Exercise Science

#56 Paimon Jaberi

#25

#7 Damian Jackson

Fr., DB, 5’8”, 175 lbs. Puyallup, Wash. Rogers HS Pre-Med

Lots of Offense in 2012

#83 Ryan Johnston

Sr., WR, 6’0”, 202 lbs. The Dalles, Ore. The Dalles-Wahtonka HS History

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The Bearcats achieved plenty of offense during the 2012 season. Willamette averaged 39.6 points and 498.1 yards per game on their way to an 8-2 overall record. The Bearcats achieved an impressive 355.0 passing yards per game. WU scored 37 touchdowns passing. Taylor Wyman looks for an open receiver on a two-point conversion.

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#1

#9 Austin Jones

Fr., WR, 6’1”, 235 lbs. Oakdale, Calif. Oakdale HS Undecided

#45 Brett Kruger

Fr., RB, 5’6”, 163 lbs. West Linn, Ore. West Linn HS Undecided

#87

Dylan Jones

Jr., RB, 6’0”, 201 lbs. Santa Maria, Calif. Ernest Righetti HS Environmental Science

Fr., WR, 6’2”, 172 lbs. Maple Valley, Wash. Tahoma HS Undecided

#37 Ben McLane

So., OLB, 5’9”, 178 lbs. Prineville, Ore. Crook County HS Biology

Ben Keller

So., DL, 5’10”, 337 lbs. Ka’a’awa, Hawaii University HS Undecided

Hans Lehndorff

So., DL, 5’10”, 259 lbs. Boulder, Colo. Boulder HS Undecided

Joe Mendoza

Jr., WR, 6’2”, 203 lbs. Ventura, Calif. Ventura College Exercise Science

Fr., DL, 5’11”, 194 lbs. Menlo Park, Calif. Menlo-Atherton HS Undecided

Fr., DL, 6’2”, 223 lbs. American Canyon, Calif. American Canyon HS Exercise Science

#49 Connor Maloney

Fr., DB, 6’0”, 164 lbs. Camas, Wash. Camas HS Economics

#86

#13 Tom Merkle

#22

Andrew Kemp-Dahlberg Quinton Kirk

Spencer LeMieux

#2 Sr., RB/WR, 5’8”, 178 lbs. Portland, Ore. Roosevelt HS Rhetoric/Media Studies

#45

#67

#93

Terrell Malley

Joey Lutton

#99

So., DL, 6’3”, 230 lbs. Eagle, Idaho Eagle HS Mathematics/Economics

#56 Steven Lindstrom

Fr., OLB 5’11”, 180 lbs. Siletz, Ore. Siletz Valley HS Undecided

#87 Brendan Manion

Jr., OLB, 6’4”, 198 lbs. Los Altos, Calif. Archbishop Mitty HS Rhetoric/Media Studies

#99 Anders Mintz

Fr., PK/P, 6’3”, 179 lbs. Folsom, Calif. Folsom HS Undecided

Fr., RB, 5’10”, 202 lbs. Sacramento, Calif. Capitol Christian HS Exercise Science

#68 Andrew Loza

Jr., OL, 5’10”, 265 lbs. Sherwood, Ore. Sherwood HS Undecided

#50 Bryan Martz

Jr., OL, 6’3”, 249 lbs. Salem, Ore. South Salem HS Rhetoric/Media Studies

#15 Zack Moore

Fr., QB, 6’2”, 189 lbs. Atherton, Calif. Menlo-Atherton HS Economics

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#44 Louis Knox

Fr., RB, 5’11”, 209 lbs. Corte Madera, Calif. Redwood HS Undecided

#39 Chris Luetjen

So., DB, 5’10”, 183 lbs. Lake Oswego, Ore. Lake Oswego HS Physics

#42 T.J. Matsumoto

Sr., FS, 6’0”, 202 lbs. Union City, Calif. James Logan HS Economics

#61 Ryan Morgan

Jr., OL, 6’1”, 285 lbs. Lone Tree, Colo. Arapahoe HS Rhetoric/Media Studies

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#59

#89 Adam Morton

Fr., WR, 6’0”, 193 lbs. Hillsboro, Ore. Hillsboro HS Economics

Mark Mulligan

Fr., ILB, 6’0”, 203 lbs. Atherton, Calif. Menlo-Atherton HS Undecided

#32

#81 Patrick Ota

Fr., WR, 5’7”, 154 lbs. Renton, Wash. Tahoma HS Undecided

Rayvon Owens

Fr., CB, 5’7”, 171 lbs. El Cajon, Calif. Christian HS Undecided

#35

#41 Eric Reza

Fr., WR, 5’7”, 145 lbs. Turlock, Calif. John H. Pitman HS Exercise Science

Brennan Rivera

Fr., WR, 6’1”, 201 lbs. Pismo Beach, Calif. Arroyo Grande HS Psychology

#52 Clancy Ryan

Fr., DL, 5’9”, 258 lbs. Watsonville, Calif. St. Francis CCC HS Environmental Science

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#70 Thomas Murphy-Piro

Fr., DB, 6’0”, 222 lbs. San Mateo, Calif. Saint Ignatius Coll. Prep Undecided

#23 Josh Paiement

So., WR, 5’11”, 172 lbs. Eugene, Ore. Marist Catholic HS Exercise Science

#43 Jimmy Roberts

So., ILB, 5’11”, 218 lbs. Galt, Calif. Galt HS Undecided

#4

#94 Nikk Ryan

Fr., DL, 5’11”, 221 lbs. Oakdale, Calif. Oakdale HS Undecided

Zach Salton

Fr., DB, 5’9”, 191 lbs. Tigard, Ore. Tualatin HS Pre-Med

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#55 Jack Nelson

Jr., ILB, 6’2”, 224 lbs. Portland, Ore. Jesuit HS Economics

#67 Alex Nolan

Fr., OL, 6’0”, 262 lbs. Scottsdale, Ariz. Horizon HS Undecided

#17 Matthew Paparella Fr., WR, 5’10”, 185 lbs. Glendale, Ariz. Ironwood HS Exercise Science

#33

Fr., OL, 5’10”, 223 lbs. Bend, Ore. Mountain View HS Economics

#98 Mark Sapyta

Jr., DL, 6’3”, 218 lbs. Highlands Ranch, Colo. Regis Jesuit HS Economics

Conner Olsen

Fr., WR, 6’0”, 185 lbs. Tigard, Ore. Tigard HS Undecided

#31 Dominic Revelez

Matt Parr

Sr., ILB, 6’0”, 250 lbs. Lihue, Hawaii Kauai HS Economics

Jr., OLB, 5’8”, 192 lbs. Dublin, Calif. Dublin HS Exercise Science

#32

#71

#32 Trevor Roberts

#36

Tyler Ropp

Fr., DL, 6’5”, 271 lbs. Corvallis, Ore. Santiam Christian HS Undecided

#34 Jimmy Sharpe

Fr., RB, 5’9”, 187 lbs. Walnut Creek, Calif. Northgate HS Biology

Nikolas Ruiz Anderson So., DL, 5’9”, 230 lbs. Springfield, Ore. Henry D. Sheldon HS Undecided

#50 Kyle Shaver

Fr., OLB, 5’10”, 200 lbs. Bend, Ore. Mountain View HS Business


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#80 Beau Smith

Jr., WR, 6’0”, 190 lbs. Roseville, Calif. Roseville HS Chemistry

#6 Tait Stephens

Sr., FS, 6’1”, 195 lbs. Sammamish, Wash. Skyline HS Economics

#28 Jack Valencia

Fr., DB, 6’0”, 199 lbs. Sammamish, Wash. Skyline HS Undecided

#24 Daley Smith

#5 Trent Spallas

#78 Ryan Springer

Jr., CB, 5’11”, 178 lbs. St. Paul, Ore. St. Paul HS Undecided

Fr., QB, 5’9”, 172 lbs. Elk Grove, Calif. Franklin HS Undecided

Jr., OL, 6’0”, 282 lbs. Eureka, Calif. Eureka HS Exercise Science

#71

#69

#90

Jake Straube

Jr., OL, 6’4”, 259 lbs. Junction City, Ore. Junction City HS Economics

#45 Tanner Varrelman

Fr., RB, 5’11”, 163 lbs. Pateros, Wash. Bridgeport HS Exercise Science

Matt Swart

So., OL, 6’1”, 238 lbs. Portland, Ore. Riverdale HS Art History

#13 Johnny Verduin

Fr., QB, 6’4”, 192 lbs. Seattle, Wash. Ballard HS Undecided

Dylan Tedford

Fr., WR, 5’10”, 173 lbs. Fallen, Nev. Churchill County HS International Studies/ Economics

#14 Corey Walsh

Sr., OLB, 5’9”, 197 lbs. San Pedro, Calif. Western N.M. Univ. Exercise Science

#12

#65 Will Stanger

Fr., OL, 6’0”, 268 lbs. Claremont, Calif. Claremont HS Undecided

Sam Stelk

Fr., QB, 6’5”, 219 lbs. Canby, Ore. Canby HS Economics

#8

#27 Donny Torres

So., DB, 5’9”, 199 lbs. Long Beach, Calif. St. Anthony HS Exercise Science

Derek Traeger

Jr., WR, 6’0”, 196 lbs. Mount Angel, Ore. John F. Kennedy HS Exercise Science

#8

#54 Demetrius Watts

Fr., ILB, 5’7”, 186 lbs. Elk Grove, Calif. Sacramento HS Undecided

Jordan Weil

Sr., ILB, 6’2”, 224 lbs. Sammamish, Wash. Skyline HS Economics

Willamette Bearcats: 115 Seasons of Football 1894-2013

#3 Shawn Wong

Jr., WR, 5’6”, 169 lbs. Fremont, Calif. American HS Economics

#47 Kellen Wood

Fr., WR, 6’1”, 192 lbs. Newport, Ore. Newport HS Pre-Med

#21 Taylor Wyman

Jr., RB/P, 5’8”, 183 lbs. Bellevue, Wash. Issaquah HS Undecided

#75 Harry Wynands

Fr., OL, 6’2”, 279 lbs. Ventura, Calif. Ventura HS History

The Bearcats have played football since 1894. WU won its first game by defeating Pacific, 18-4. Since then, Willamette has fielded a team every year except for 1897, 1898, 1900, 1918 and 1945.

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BEARCAT NETWORK

Willamette University Sports Medicine

Ken Smith, ATC

Head Athletic Trainer

Erin Scharer, ATC

Asst. Athletic Trainer

Dr. David Thorsett WU Team Physician

Bearcat Network: Live Audio and Video Webcasts of Willamette Football

Dylan Borden, ATC Asst. Athletic Trainer

Dr. Daniel Schweigert WU Team Physician

Fans of Willamette University football can watch and listen to live webcasts of every home game on the Bearcat Sports Network. For road games, only audio is available. Just go to do is go to www..willamette.edu/athletics/bearcatnetwor/live/ index.php or go to www.FullAccessSports.com. Each webcast of Bearcat Football will begin approximately 15 minutes prior to kickoff. Production services and on-air-talent for the web streaming is provided by Full Access Sports. Mike Allegre began his sportscasting career while at Central Washington University (1980-83) and has since broadcast hundreds of high school and college games at the local, state and national levels. Allegre rekindled local high school radio sports coverage in Salem in 1987. Allegre is in his 21st year as the “Voice of the Bearcats.” He initiated radio coverage of Willamette University football (1992) and basketball (1991). He has been honored by The Associated Press and the Salem Sports & Breakfast Club for his broadcast work. Allegre serve in the U.S. Air Force and is a retired Oregon Air National Guard officer.

Mark Meek is in his first year announcing Bearcat football. He played for the Bearcats from 2009 until 2011. During his three seasons as a defensive tackle at Willamette, he recorded 31 total tackles, with 5.0 tackles for losses. In 2011, he earned 16 tackles for the Bearcats to go along with two pass break-ups, a fumble recovery and a blocked kick. Meek received a bachelor’s degree from Willamette in 2011 and earned an MBA at the Atkinson Graduate School of Management in 2013. He is a financial representative with Northwestern Mutual.

Webcast Schedule on Full Access Sports Date Sept. 6 Sept. 14 Sept. 28 Oct. 11 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16

Opponent Pregame Show Kickoff Hardin-Simmons............. 6:45 p.m........................ 7 p.m. Sewanee.......................... 1:15 p.m................... 1:30 p.m. at East Texas Baptist........6:45 a.m........................ 7 p.m. Whitworth*...................... 6:45 p.m........................ 7 p.m. at Lewis & Clark*........... 12:45 p.m........................ 1 p.m. Pacific Lutheran*............. 1:15 p.m................... 1:30 p.m. Linfield*............................ 1:15 p.m................... 1:30 p.m. Pacific*............................. 1:15 p.m................... 1:30 p.m. at Puget Sound*............ 12:45 p.m........................ 1 p.m.

* Northwest Conference game Free safety T.J. Matsumoto intercepts a pass for the Bearcats. He is one of several senior defensive backs who are seniors this season.

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bE A R C AT N E T WOR K

All Times are Pacific Time


BEARCAT NATION

Arizona — 5 Gilbert (3): Ryan Diedrick (Mesquite); Derek Gregson (Williams Field); Aric Burks (Hamilton) Glendale (1): Matthew Paparella (Ironwood) Scottsdale (1): Alex Nolan (Horizon)

California — 59 American Canyon (1): Spencer LeMieux (American Canyon) Arroyo Grande (1): Henry Adelman (Arroyo Grande) Atherton (1): Zack Moore (MenloAtherton) Atwater (1) Kyle Davey (Buhach Colony) Bakersfield (2): David Hernandez (Ridgeview) Benicia (1): Zach Coan (St. Patrick’sSt. Vincent’s) Castro Valley (1): De’zhon Grace (Bishop O’ Dowd) Claremont (1): Will Stranger Claremont) Corte Madera(1): Louis Knox (Redwood) Dana Point (1): Josh Dean (Dana Hills) Danville (1): Zackery Chang (Monte Vista) Dublin (2): Tyler Hearns (Dublin); Dominic Revelez (Dublin) El Cajon (1): Rayvon Owens (Christian) Elk Grove (2): Trent Spallas (Franklin); Demetrius Watts (Sacramento) Encinitas (1): Jeremy Danzig (San Diego Jewish Academy) Eureka (1): Ryan Springer (Eureka) Folsom (1): Anders Mintz (Vista Del Lago) Fremont (1): Shawn Wong (American) Galt (1): Jimmy Roberts (Galt) Half Moon Bay (1): Cameron Ciano (Junipero Serra) Hemet (1): Connor Donahue (West Valley) Lodi (1): Mike Hernandez (Tokay) Long Beach (1): Donny Torres (St. Anthony) Los Altos (1): Brendan Manion (Archbiship Mitty) Los Angeles (1): Mitchell Brisacher (Windward) Menlo Park (1): Andrew KempDahlberg (Menlo-Atherton) Mission Viejo (1): Daniel Antonson (Mission Viejo) Moraga (1): Erik Baker (Campolindo)

18 34

1 2

59

4 5

2

The United States (not to scale)

Novato (1): Mason Brown (Marin Catholic) Oakdale (3): Kyle Derby (Oakdale); Austin Jones (Oakdale); Nikk Ryan (Oakdale) Ontario (1): Matthew Boice (Chaffey) Oxnard (1): Justin Brown (Oxnard) Petaluma (1): Conor Feeney (Casa Grande) Piedmont (1): Sean Cooper (Piedmont) Pismo Beach (1): Brennan Rivera (Arroyo Grande) Redding (1): Garrett German (Central Valley) Roseville (1): Beau Smith (Roseville) Sacramento (1): Quinton Kirk (Capitol Christian) San Francisco (1): Mark Mulligan (Archbishop Riordan) San Mateo (1): Thomas MurphyPiro (Saint Ignatius) San Pedro (1): Corey Walsh (San Pedro) Santa Maria (1): Dylan Jones (Ernest Rughetti) Stockton (1): Alex Franchetti (Lincoln) Tulane (1): Jaydon Brown (Tulane Union) Turlock (1): Eric Reza (Pitman) Union City (1): T.J. Matsumoto (James Logan) Ventura (2): Joe Mendoza (Ventura); Harry Wynands (Ventura) Vista (1): Reece Conney (Rancho Buena Vista) Walnut Creek (2): Matt Holder (Northgate); Jimmy Sharpe (Northgate)

Watsonville (1): Clancy Ryan (St. Francis) Yuba City (1): Blake Ahlers (Sutter Union)

Colorado - 4 Boulder (1): Hans Lehndorff (Boulder) Highlands Ranch (1): Mark Sapyta (Regis Jesuit) Lone Tree (2): Danny Galloway (Highlands Ranch); Ryan Morgan (Arapahoe)

Hawaii — 2 Ka’a’awa (1): Ben Keller (University) Lihue (1): Matthew Parr (Kauai)

Idaho — 1 Eagle (1): Tom Merkle (Eagle)

Nevada — 2 Fallon (1): Dylan Tedford (Churchill County) Incline Village (1): Kyle Clouthier (Incline)

Oregon — 34 Albany (1): Jonathan Brewer (South Albany) Beaverton (1): Daniel Abdie (Westview) Bend (2): Trevor Roberts (Mountain View); Kyle Shaver (Mountain View) Canby (1): Sam Stelk (Canby) Corvallis (1): Tyler Ropp (Santiam Christian) Eugene (1): Josh Paiement (Marist) Hillsboro (2): A.J. Antillon (Liberty); Adam Morton (Hillsboro) Junction City (1): Jake Straube (Junction City) Keizer (1): Zac Fegles (McNary)

Lake Oswego (1): Chris Luetjen (Lake Oswego) McMinnville (1): Alex Israel (McMinnville) Mount Angel (1): Derek Traeger (John F. Kennedy) Newport (1): Kellen Wood (Newport) Philomath (1): Joseph Harman (Philomath) Portland (3): Terrell Malley (Roosevelt); Jack Nelson (Jesuit); Matt Swart (Riverdale) Prineville (1): Ben McLane (Crook County) Saint Paul (1): Daley Smith (St. Paul) Salem (3): Solomon Frank (McKay); Tyson Giza (Sprague); Bryan Martz (South Salem); Scio (1): Wyatt Briggs (Scio) Sherwood (3): Dustin Crabtree (Sherwood); Ryan Foote (Valley Catholic); Andrew Loza (Sherwood) Siletz (1): Steven Lindstrom (Siletz Valley) Springfield (1): Nikolas Ruiz Anderson (Henry D. Sheldon) The Dalles (1): Ryan Johnston (The Dalles-Wahtonka) Tigard (2): Conner Olson (Tigard); Zach Salton (Tualatin) West Linn (1): Brett Kruger (West Linn)

Washington — 18 Bainbridge Island (1): Paimon Jaberi (Bainbridge) Bellevue (1): Taylor Wyman (Issaquah) Bothell (1): Wendell Galvan (Bothell) Camas (1): Connor Maloney (Camas) Lacey (1): Mitchell Cone (Timberline) Lake Stevens (1): Dylan Diedrich (Marysville-Getchell) Leavenworth (1): Cuyler Hudson (Cascade) Maple Valley (1): Joey Lutton (Tahoma) Marysville (1): Garrett Davis (Marysville-Pilchuk) Neah Bay (1): Shane DePoe (Neah Bay) Pateros (1): Tanner Varrelman (Birdgeport) Puyallup (1): Damian Jackson (Rogers) Renton (1): Patrick Ota (Tahoma) Sammamish (3): Tait Stephens (Skyline); Jack Valencia (Sammamish); Jordan Weil (Skyline) Seattle (1): Johnny Verduin (Ballard) Spokane (2): Blair Beschel (Gonzaga Prep); Maxwell Eugenio (Gonzaga Prep)

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THE NORTHWEST CONFERENCE

to create the Northwest Conference of Independent Colleges (NCIC). The name was shortened to the original Northwest Conference in 1998. Also in 1998, all nine NWC members shifted affiliation from the NAIA to the NCAA. Members knew the move would foster equity, sportsmanship and a genuine concern for all student-athletes.

The nine private colleges and universities in Oregon and Washington that form the Northwest Conference are building a strong reputation for the NWC as one of the top NCAA Division III leagues in the nation. The NWC is nationally competitive in a very wide spectrum of sports. Formed in 1926, the NWC has changed membership and national affiliation during its 87-year existence. It is one of the oldest conferences in the western United States. The NWC’s current members in Oregon are Willamette, George Fox, Linfield, Lewis and Clark, and Pacific. Members located in Washington are Pacific Lutheran, Puget Sound, Whitman and Whitworth. Charter members included Willamette, the College of Idaho, Linfield, Pacific and Puget Sound. Albany College was added in 1931, remained for seven years, and then returned in 1949 as Lewis & Clark College.

Pacific Lutheran joined in 1965 and was followed by Whitworth (1970). The College of Idaho withdrew from the conference in 1978. Whitworth dropped out in 1984 and returned in 1988. Menlo joined in 2006 as a member in football only and withdrew after 2009. The NWC offers championships in 18 sports (nine men’s and nine women’s). The NWC originally sponsored athletic competition for men’s sports only, but later joined forces with the Women’s Conference of Independent Colleges (WCIC) in 1984

2012 NWC Rushing Offense

2012 NWC Passing Offense

Team

GP

Yards

Avg.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Whitworth 10 Willamette 10 Linfield 12 Pacific Lutheran 10 Lewis & Clark 9 Pacific 9 Puget Sound 9

1595 1431 1580 1302 982 981 846

159.5 143.1 131.7 130.2 109.1 109.0 94.0

W

L

W

L

Linfield Pacific Lutheran Willamette Whitworth Pacific Lewis & Clark Puget Sound

6 5 4 3 2 1 0

0 1 2 3 4 5 6

11 7 8 7 3 4 0

1 3 2 3 6 5 9

Team

GP

Yards

Avg.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Willamette 10 Linfield 12 Pacific 9 Lewis & Clark 9 Pacific Lutheran 10 Puget Sound 9 Whitworth 10

3550 3740 2580 2503 2745 2369 2193

355.0 311.7 286.7 278.1 274.5 263.2 219.3

Team

GP

Yards

Avg.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Willamette 10 Linfield 12 Pacific Lutheran 10 Pacific 9 Lewis & Clark 9 Whitworth 10 Puget Sound 9

4981 5320 4047 3561 3485 3788 3215

498.1 443.3 404.7 395.7 387.2 378.8 357.2

2012 NWC Passing Defense

Team

GP

Yards

Avg.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Pacific Lutheran 10 Linfield 12 Pacific 9 Willamette 10 Whitworth 10 Lewis & Clark 9 Puget Sound 9

844 1052 937 1312 1603 1489 2370

84.4 87.7 104.1 131.1 160.3 165.4 263.3

WU Rushers in NWC Stats (Yards)

158-716, 3 TD, 71.6/gm.

WU Passers in NWC Stats (Yards)

1 Josh Dean

2012 NWC Total Offense

2012 NWC Rushing Defense

2 Dylan Jones

Northwest Conference 2012 Football Standings

273-422-12, 64.7%, 3345, 34 TD

2012 NWC Total Defense

Team

GP

Yards

Avg.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Linfield 12 Pacific Lutheran 10 Willamette 10 Whitworth 10 Lewis & Clark 9 Puget Sound 9 Pacific 9

2556 2435 2453 2608 2503 2649 2964

213.0 243.5 245.3 260.8 278.1 294.3 329.3

WU Receivers in NWC Stats (Yards)

5 Jake Knecht 55-773, 11 TD, 77.3 /gm. 6 Jake Turner 50-763, 5 TD, 76.3/gm. 8 Weischedel 47-711, 6 TD, 71.1/gm.

Team

GP

Yards

Avg.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Linfield 12 Pacific Lutheran 10 Willamette 10 Whitworth 10 Pacific 9 Lewis & Clark 9 Puget Sound 9

3608 3279 3765 4211 3901 3992 5019

300.7 327.9 376.5 421.1 433.4 443.6 557.7

WU Defenders in NWC Stats (Tackles) 6 Jack Nelson 45 UT, 27 AT, 72 Total (7.2) 7 Cullen Carroll 44 UT, 13 AT, 57 Total (7.1)

2012 All-Northwest Conference Selections First Team Offense Benny Weischedel, Sr., Tight End Taylor Reeder, Sr., Offensive Lineman

Terrell Malley, Jr., Running Back Dylan Jones, So., Running Back Keenan-Celtic Faatea, So., Offensive Lineman

First Team Defense Ben Lyons, Sr., Defensive Lineman Jack Nelson, So., Linebacker Cody Pastorino, Sr., Defensive Back

Second Team Defense Kyle Bettencourt, Sr., Defensive Lineman Cullen Carroll, Sr., Linebacker Dominic David, Sr., Defensive Back Tyson Giza, Jr., Corner Back

Honorable Mention Defense Matt Millar, Sr., Defensive Lineman Scott Miller, Sr., Defensive Lineman Juan Alvarado, Sr., Defensive Lineman Wes Wenzel, Sr., Linebacker Reed Warner, Sr., Linebacker

Honorable Mention Offense Jake Turner, Sr., Wide Receiver

Note: Eligibility year listed is for 2012

Second Team Offense Josh Dean, Jr., Quarterback Jake Knecht, Sr., Wide Receiver

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Zane Wise, Sr., Offensive Lineman Anthony Scalercio, Sr., Offensive Lineman


RETURNING ALL-CONFERENCE

Willamette’s Returning All-Northwest Conference Selections

#7

#2

Josh Dean / Senior Quarterback • Dana Point, Calif. 2nd Team All-NWC 2012 H.M. All-NWC 2011

Terrell Malley / Senior Running Back/WR • Portland, Ore. 2nd Team All-NWC 2012 2nd Team All-NWC 2010

#23

#55

Tyson Giza / Senior Cornerback • Salem, Ore. 2nd Team All-NWC 2012 H.M. All-NWC 2011

Jack Nelson / Junior Inside Linebacker • Portland, Ore. 1st Team All-NWC 2012

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2012 SEASON REVIEW

Bearcats Finish 8-2 Overall as Dean Sets Passing Records Willamette University completed 2012 with an 8-2 overall mark, while breaking numerous school records and ending the year as one of the top offensive teams in NCAA Division III. WU finished the year with a 4-2 record in the Northwest Conference (3rd place) Willamette got off to a 6-0 start and was in the national rankings for much of the season. It was the first year as Head Coach for Glen Fowles, after 16 seasons as an assistant coach at Willamette, including 14 years as the offensive coordinator. In 2012, the Bearcats were a passoriented team with a strong running threat. WU had an experienced offensive line and talented skill position players. Josh Dean (Jr., QB), in his first year as the starting quarterback, emerged as a tremendous passing threat. The Bearcats played a challenging schedule with only four home games and six road games.

Dean Sets Passing Records Dean wasted little time leading the offense, as he tied a school record with six touchdown passes to go along with 468 passing yards in the season opener, sending the Bearcats to a 58-34 victory at Hardin-Simmons University in Texas. During the year, Dean set numerous school records, including new single season marks with 273 completions, 422 attempts, 34 touchdown passes and 3,345 passing yards. He topped the NWC in passing efficiency rating (152.18).

Dean placed fourth in NCAA Division III in passing yards per game (334.5) and was sixth in completions per game (27.3). He also ranked sixth in total offense with 351.6 yards per game. As a team, the Bearcats were fourth in the nation with 355.0 passing yards per game. The Bearcats averaged 39.6 points and allowed just 26.0 points per contest. WU gained 4,981 total yards (3,550 passing and 1,431 rushing).

Offense Earns Impressive Statistics Willamette led the NWC in passing offense, total offense and passing efficiency (152.7 rating). The Bearcats also broke many of Willamette’s passing records. In a 51-17 victory over Pacific University on Sept. 22, the Bearcats set single game records with 40 completions on 57 attempts. WU’s 37 passing touchdowns for the season broke the old record of 28 set in 1989. The 3,550 passing yards bested the old mark of 2,754 set in 1990. Additional single season offensive records set by the Bearcats were 287 pass completions and 445 pass attempts. Willamette’s prolific offense owed its success to both Dean and the playmakers surrounding him. Jake Knecht (Sr., WR), Jake Turner (Sr., WR) and Benny Weischedel (Sr., TE) were the top three receiving targets. Knecht led the Bearcats with 55 catches for 773 yards and a team-high 11 touchdowns.

Players Named NWC Student-Athletes of the Week in 2012 Sept. 1 — Josh Dean (Offfense)

Oct. 6 — Jack Nelson (Defense)

Sept. 1 — Kyle Derby (Special Teams)

Oct. 13 — Jack Nelson (Defense)

Sept. 14 — Jake Turner (Offense)

Oct. 13 — Tyson Giza (Special Teams)

Sept. 14 — Cody Pastorino (Defense)

Nov. 3 — Terrell Malley (Offense)

Sept. 22 — Josh Dean (Offense)

Nov. 3 — Wes Wenzel (Special Teams)

vs. Hardin-Simmons, 58-34 Win Dean (Jr., QB) tied a school record with 6 TD passes. He was 31 of 47 for 468 yards, five yards away from another school record. vs. Hardin-Simmons, 58-34 Win Derby (Jr., PK/P) hit 7 of 7 extra points and kicked a 27-yard field goal. He also averaged 41.8 yards on four punts, with a long of 54. vs. East Texas Baptist, 38-24 Win Turner (Sr., WR) caught a career-high 11 passes for 173 yards and two touchdowns. Turner’s touchdowns covered 19 yards and 8 yards. vs. East Texas Baptist, 38-24 Win Pastorino (Sr., S) earned 5 tackles (4 solo), blocked an extra point with 12:55 remaining and forced a fumble on the next possession. vs. Pacific, 51-17 Win Dean (Jr., QB) completed 33 of 46 passes for 353 yards and 4 TDs with no interceptions. He led WU on 3 scoring drive of 10 or more plays.

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vs. Whitworth, 38-24 Win Nelson (So., ILB) came off the bench and led WU with 14 total tackles (12 solo). WU limited Whitworth to just 168 yards in the second half. vs. Lewis & Clark, 56-20 Win Nelson (So., ILB), in his first start, topped the WU defense with 19 tackles (10 solo). He had 1.5 tackles for losses and broke up a pass. vs. Lewis & Clark, 56-20 Win Giza (Jr., CB) achieved 149 return yards. He averaged 21.8 yards on 4 kickoff returns and ran 62 yards following a missed field goal. vs. Pacific, 35-31 Win Malley (Jr., RB/WR) ran 12 times for 87 yards (1 TD) and caught 7 passes for 104 yards (1 TD). Two catches were on the game-winning drive. vs. Pacific, 35-31 Win Wenzel (Sr., ILB) rushed for 20 yards on a fake punt on 4th-and-16 at the Pacific 49 in the 3rd quarter. He also made 10 tackles on defense.

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Turner caught 50 passes for 763 yards and five touchdowns. Weischedel grabbed 47 passes for 711 yards and six touchdowns. Weischedel was chosen First Team All-NWC, while Dean and Knecht received Second Team recognition. WU’s offense created a substantial running attack. Dylan Jones (So., RB) led the team with 716 rushing yards and seven touchdowns on 158 carries (4.5 avg.). Terrell Malley (Jr., RB/WR) brought versatility, accumulating a team-high 968 all-purpose yards (428 receiving, 278 rushing, 262 kick returns) and seven touchdowns. Jones and Malley received Second Team All-NWC honors. Offensive lineman Taylor Reeder (Sr., OT) was selected First Team All-NWC and Second Team All-West Region. Keenan-Celtic Faatea (So., C/OG) was chosen Second Team All-NWC. WU averaged 6.3 yards per play for the year and was very successful in the red zone. The Bearcats scored on 86% (43 of 50) of their red zone possessions, including 76% TDs (38).

Defense Plays Strong On defense, the Bearcats made big plays and had 12 All-NWC selections. The Bearcats’ top three tacklers, Jack Nelson (Jr., ILB), Cody Pastorino (Sr., S) and Ben Lyons (Sr., DE) were all named First Team All-Conference. Pastorino also received First Team All-West Region and Second Team All-America honors from D3football.com. Lyons was chosen Third Team All-West Region. Nelson led the team with 72 tackles, plus 5.5 tackles for losses, 3.0 sacks, and an interception. Pastorino accumulated 62 total tackles and a team-high five interceptions, while blocking three kicks. In his career he blocked a school record seven kicks. He also earned 169 tackles, 11 interceptions and 14 pass break-ups. Lyons notched 58 tackles and led WU with 9.0 sacks and 10.0 tackles for losses. He earned 112 career total tackles, with 18.5 sacks and 21.5 tackles for losses. Four Bearcat defensive players were Second Team All-NWC. They were Kyle Bettencourt (Sr., NG), Cullen Carroll (Sr., OLB), Dominic David (Sr., S) and Tyson Giza (Jr., CB). Bettencourt earned 18 tackles (11 solo) and helped limit opponents to 3.1 yards per rush. Carroll was fourth on the team with 57 tackles, and had 11.0 tackles for losses, 3.5 sacks, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries. David made 48 tackles (31 solo), intercepted four passes and caused two fumbles. Giza had 25 tackles (18 solo) along with four interceptions and seven pass break-ups. He averaged 21.0 yards on 22 kickoff returns. Willamette earned one shutout and limited five teams to 24 points or less. In the red zone, the Bearcats held opponents to 67% scoring (26 of 39) and 54% TDs (21).


2012 GAME SUMMARIES

2012 Willamette Football Game Summaries Game #4 — Sept. 29 • Sewanee, TN Willamette at Sewanee

Game #1 — Sept. 1 • Abilene, TX Willamette at Hardin-Simmons Scoring Willamette Hardin-Simmons WU WU HSU HSU WU WU WU WU HSU HSU WU HSU WU WU

1 7 0

2 21 13

3 16 14

4 Final 14 ­— 58 7 — 34

Turner 26 pass from Dean (Derby kick) 1st Jones 63 pass from Dean (Derby kick) 2nd Ramos 96 kickoff return (Newberry kick failed) 2nd Petty 30 interception return (Newberry kick) 2nd Jones 7 run (Derby kick) 2nd M. Hernandez, 5 pass from Dean (Derby kick) 2nd Weischedel 37 pass from Dean (Dean pass failed) 3rd Knecht 11 pass from Dean (Derby kick) 3rd Mitchell 3 run (Newberry kick) 3rd Michell 5 run (Newberry kick) 3rd Derby FG 27 3rd Lewis 40 pass from Turner (Newberry kick) 4th Turner 23 pass from Dean (Derby kick) 4th Malley 45 run (Derby kick) 4th

11:31 10:17 10:04 8:54 4:15 0:26 10:25 6:53 5:56 4:35 0:21 11:43 7:37 5:54

Rushing: WU — Terrell Malley, 5-97; Dylan Jones, 22-94; Taylor Wyman, 6-63; Team, 49-260; HSU — Tevin Mitchell, 18-94; Team, 27-86. Passing: WU — Josh Dean, 31-47-2, 468; Team, 32-48-2, 467; HSU — Logan Turner, 21-36-4, 248; Team, 21-36-4, 248. Receiving: WU — Jake Knecht, 9-107; Benny Weischedel, 7-96; Jake Turner, 5-135; Terrell Malley, 5-44; Team 32-467; HSU — Corey Jones, 5-89; Jimmie Simpson, 4-19; P. Flanagin, 3-49; Team, 21-248.

Game #2 — Sept. 14 • Salem, OR East Texas Baptist at Willamette Scoring East Texas Baptist Willamette WU WU ETBU WU WU WU ETBU ETBU ETBU ETBU WU

1 0 7

2 3 21

3 8 7

4 Final 13 — 24 3 — 38

Weischedel 7 pass from Dean (Derby kick) 1st Jones 2 run (Derby kick) 2nd Nolan FG 19 2nd Turner 19 pass from Dean (Derby kick) 2nd M. Hernandez 16 pass from Dean (Derby kick) 2nd Turner 8 pass from Dean (Derby kick) 3rd Denbow 21 pass from Hubbard (Nolan kick fail) 3rd TEAM safety 3rd Spikes 8 pass from Hubbard (Nolan kick) 4th Spikes 27 pass from Hubbard (Nolan kick failed) 4th Derby FG 19 4th

7:00 14:31 10:35 7:52 2:31 8:55 6:11 1:32 14:20 12:55 1:00

Rushing: ETBU — John Gable, 9-27; Chris Lemons, 5-18; Team, 33-79; WU — Dylan Jones, 22-94; Terrell Malley, 4-20; Team, 45-107. Passing: ETBU — Seth Hubbard, 29-52-3, 317; Team, 29-52-3, 317; WU — Josh Dean, 28-42-0, 306; Matthew Paparella, 0-1-1, 0; Team, 2843-1, 306. Receiving: ETBU — Kwame’ Spikes, 14-157; Roy Denbow, 7-90; Team, 29-317; WU — Jake Turner,11-173; Benny Weischedel, 5-53; Dylan Jones, 3-33; Team, 28-306.

Game #3 — Sept. 22 • Salem, OR Pacific at Willamette Scoring Pacific Willamette WU PAC WU WU WU PAC WU WU WU PAC WU

1 3 6

2 7 17

3 0 14

4 Final 7 ­— 17 14 — 51

M. Hernandez 1 pass from Dean (Derby kick fail) 1st Villareal-Gomez FG 23 1st Derby FG 30 2nd Jones 22 pass from Dean (Derby kick failed) 2nd Jones 3 run (Weischedel pass from Dean) 2nd Ladiges 3 run (Villareal-Gomez kick) 2nd Knecht 1 pass from Dean (Derby kick) 3rd Weischedel 44 pass from Dean (Derby kick) 3rd Dean 4 run (Derby kick) 4th Lawrence 10 pass from Minaya (Villareal-Gomez) 4th Smith 13 pass from Jones, J (Derby kick) 4th

11:31 2:35 13:53 10:21 7:12 1:40 10:36 6:46 14:22 9:16 3:53

Rushing: PAC — Bobby Ladiges, 17-44; Gunther Schultze, 10-39; Team, 35-100; WU — Dylan Jones 15-47; Josh Dean, 9-32; Jake Jones, 2-18; Team, 33-111. Passing: PAC — P.J. Minaya, 22-36-4, 260; Team, 22-36-4, 260; WU — Josh Dean, 33-46-0, 353; Jake Jones, 7-11-1, 95; Team, 40-57-1, 448. Receiving: PAC — Darin Kamealoha, 6-112; Gunther Schultze, 5-39, Jakob Lawrence, 3-45; Team, 22-260; WU — Jake Knecht, 10-106; Jake Turner, 6-76; Chad Pollard, 5-33; Dylan Jones, 4-43; Benny Weischedel, 3-73 Team, 40-448.

Scoring Willamette Sewanee SU WU SU WU SU SU WU WU

1 7 7

2 7 10

3 7 7

4 Final 7 — 28 0 — 24

Johnson 22 run (Schlosser kick) Knecht 14 pass from Dean (Derby kick) Daniel 1 run (Schlosser kick) Knecht 38 pass from Dean (Derby kick) Schlosser FG 46 Daniel 1 run (Schlosser kick) Weischedel 59 pass from Dean (Derby kick) Hernandez, M 4 pass from Dean (Derby kick)

1st 3:56 1st 0:06 2nd 10:52 2nd 1:22 2nd 0:02 3rd 6:29 3rd 4:32 4th 6:03

Rushing: WU — Dylan Jones, 14-69; Team, 26-58; SU — Sergio Acosta, 14-69; Curtis Johnson, 11-54; Team, 71-297. Passing: WU — Josh Dean, 28-38-1, 356; Team, 28-38-1, 356; SU — Cody Daniel, 2-5-1, 14; Curtis Johnson, 1-2-0, 19; Team, 3-7-1, 33. Receiving: WU — Jake Turner, 6-87; Jake Knecht, 5-81; Benny Weischedel, 4-81; Team, 28-356; SU — Stephen Jackson, 1-19; Team, 3-33.

Game #5 — Oct. 6 • Spokane, WA Willamette at Whitworth Scoring Willamette Whitworth WHTW WU WHTW WU WHTW WU WU WU WHTW WU

1 7 10

2 7 7

3 7 0

4 Final 17 — 38 7 ­— 24

Thullen FG 29 Knecht 19 pass from Dean (Derby kick) DeGooyer 24 pass from Peterson (Thullen kick) Knecht 59 pass from Dean (Derby kick) Peterson 4 run (Thullen kick) Wyman 3 run (Derby kick) Knecht 19 pass from Dean (Derby kick) Derby FG 21 Ehlo 11 pass from Peterson (Thullen kick) Weischedel 42 pass from Dean (Derby kick)

1st 8:02 1st 5:06 1st 0:58 2nd 12:02 2nd 4:20 3rd 7:48 4th 12:22 4th 7:06 4th 1:47 4th 0:46

Rushing: WU — Dylan Jones,22-131; Josh Dean, 12-45; Team, 41206; WHTW — Ronnie Thomas, 22-85; Bryan Peterson, 13-19; Team, 37-111. Passing: WU — Josh Dean, 23-41-3, 392; Team, 23-42-3, 392; WHTW — Bryan Peterson, 24-43-1, 262; Team, 24-43-1, 262. Receiving: WU — Jake Knecht, 6-147; Benny Weischedel, 3-86; Derek Traeger, 3-44; Team, 23-392; WHTW — Jake DeGooyer, 10-104; Devon Lind, 4-43; Austin Ehlo, 3-44; Team, 24-262.

Game #6 — Oct. 13 • Salem, OR Lewis & Clark at Willamette Scoring Lewis & Clark Willamette WU WU L&C L&C WU WU WU WU WU L&C WU

1 0 14

2 14 0

3 0 14

4 Final 6 — 20 28 ­— 56

Jones 37 run (Derby kick) Knecht 10 pass from Dean (Derby kick) Costantino 34 pass from Welch (Monley kick) Imel 8 pass from Welch (Monley Kick) M. Hernandez 8 pass from Dean (Derby kick) Knecht 5 pass from Dean (Derby kick) Dean 1 run (Derby kick) Knecht 29 pass from Dean (Derby kick) Pollard 3 pass from Dean 3 (Derby kick) Imel 46 pass from Welch (Monley kick failed) Wyman 3 run (Bonawitz kick)

1st 13:13 1st 5:15 2nd 9:37 2nd 5:12 3rd 8:29 3rd 4:07 4th 10:41 4th 9:16 4th 7:43 4th 4:55 4th 3:04

Rushing: L&C — Keith Welch, 22-81; Curtis Shirey, 16-27; Team, 48-136; WU — Dylan Jones, 24-168; Taylor Wyman, 4-68; Team, 38-273. Passing: L&C — Keith Welch, 27-53-1, 314; Team, 28-54-1, 324; WU— Josh Dean, 35-45-1, 359; Jake Jones, 2-2-0, 25; Team, 3747-1, 384. Receiving: L&C — Connor Imel, 8-109; Jacob Constantino, 5-106; Evan Stanbro, 5-35; Team, 28-324; WU — Benny Weischedel, 9-118; Jake Knecht, 9-107; Chad Pollard, 5-28; Team, 37-384.

Game #7 — Oct. 20 • Puyallup, WA Willamette at Pacific Lutheran Scoring Willamette Pacific Lutheran PLU PLU

1 0 0

2 13 19

3 7 15

Ritchey 2 run (Kaylor kick failed) Ritchey 5 run (Schrader kick)

4 Final 7 — 27 7 — 41 2nd 10:19 2nd 9:07

WU PLU WU PLU WU PLU WU PLU

Malley 5 pass from Dean (Derby kick) Warner 17 pass from Ritchey (Ritchey pass fail) Dean 5 run (Jones, J. rush failed) Angevine 80 interception return (Ritchey rush) Wyman 8 run (Derby kick) Madison 1 run (Schrader kick) Turner 41 pass from Dean (Derby kick) Ritchey 3 run (Schrader kick)

2nd 4:17 2nd 1:33 2nd 0:27 3rd 11:16 3rd 8:27 3rd 2:09 4th 14:20 4th 4:26

Rushing: WU — Taylor Wyman, 6-43; Josh Dean, 10-32; Dylan Jones, 12-20; Team, 29-105; PLU — Dalton Ritchie, 14-65; Brandon James, 12-47; Team, 45-157. Passing: WU — Josh Dean, 26-40-2, 335; Team, 26-40-2, 335; PLU — Ritchey Dalton, 16-28-1, 197; Team, 16-28-1, 197. Receiving: WU — Terrell Malley, 6-58; Jake Turner, 4-101; Team, 26-335; PLU — Kyle Warner, 4-62; Team, 16-197.

Game #8 — Oct. 27 • McMinnville, OR Willamette at #3 Linfield Scoring Willamette Linfield LIN WU WU LIN LIN LIN LIN LIN LIN

1 0 7

2 10 3

3 0 21

4 Final 0 — 10 14 — 45

Yoder 1 run (Kay kick) Dean 14 run (Derby kick) Derby FG 28 Kay FG 35 Wiersma 5 pass from Inns (Kay kick) Forman 0 blocked punt return (Kay kick) Poppen 38 pass from Inns (Derby kick) Poppen 3 pass from Inns (Kay kick) Smythe 1 run (Kay kick)

1st 6:45 2nd 12:40 2nd 10:04 2nd 8:16 3rd 8:19 3rd 6:07 3rd 5:43 4th 14:41 4th 6:31

Rushing: WU — Terrell Malley, 14-19; Team, 30-12; LIN — John Shaffer, 23-51; Team, 46-111. Passing: WU — Josh Dean, 13-30-2, 96; Team, 13-31-2, 96; LIN — Mickey Inns, 17-31-0, 229; Team, 18-34-0, 260. Receiving: WU — Jake Turner, 4-30; Benny Weischedel, 3-11; Team, 13-96; LIN — Charlie Poppen, 5-95; Team, 18-260.

Game #9 — Nov. 3 • Forest Grove, OR Willamette at Pacific Scoring Willamette Pacific WU PAC PAC PAC WU WU WU PAC PAC WU

1 7 7

2 0 10

3 14 0

4 Final 14 — 35 14 — 31

Jones 1 run (Derby kick) 1st 11:05 Roher 68 pass from Minaya (Villareal-Gomez kick) 1st 1:11 Lawrence 36 pass from Minaya (Villareal-Gomez) 2nd 4:51 Villareal-Gomez FG 41 2nd 0:00 Malley 19 pass from Dean (Derby kick) 3rd 6:42 Jones 5 run (Derby kick) 3rd 2:18 Malley 6 run (Derby kick) 4th 14:26 Kawai 12 pass from Minaya (Minaya pass failed) 4th 10:08 McKinney 1 pass from Minaya (Michels from Minaya) 4th 2:32 Jones 1 run (Derby kick) 4th 0:27

Rushing: WU — Terrell Malley, 12-87; Josh Dean, 16-52; Team, 36-171; PAC — Bobby Ladiges, 14-52; Team, 36-110. Passing: WU — Josh Dean, 23-44-1, 322; Team, 23-44-1, 322; PAC — P.J. Minaya, 25-46-2, 352; Team, 25-46-2, 352. Receiving: WU — Jake Knecht, 7-126; Terrell Malley, 7-104; Jake Turner, 4-48; Team, 23-322; PAC — Caleb Roher, 8-123; Jakob Lawrence, 5-112; Team, 25-352.

Game #10 — Nov. 10 • Salem, OR Puget Sound at Willamette Scoring Puget Sound Willamette WU WU WU WU WU WU WU WU

1 0 13

2 0 14

3 0 7

4 Final 0 — 0 21 — 55

Dean 4 run (Derby kick) 1st 9:28 Weischedel 22 pass from Dean (Derby kick fail) 1st 1:46 Dean 5 run (Derby kick) 2nd 11:32 Malley 23 pass from Dean (Derby kick) 2nd 0:21 Malley 3 pass from Dean (Derby kick) 3rd 5:33 Malley 31 pass from Dean (Bonawitz kick) 4th 14:43 Traeger 36 pass from Jones, J. (Bonawitz kick) 4th 12:01 Knecht 30 pass from Crabtree (Bonawitz kick) 4th 2:14

Rushing: UPS — Austin Wagner, 20-98; Shawn Poole, 8-34; Team, 46-125; WU — Dylan Jones, 7-54; Josh Dean, 8-33; Team, 20-128. Passing: UPS — Braden Foley, 17-30-0, 141; Team, 26-49-1, 200; WU — Josh Dean, 33-49-0, 358; Dustin Crabtree, 3-3-0, 50; Team, 37-55-0, 444. Receiving: UPS — Adam Kniffin, 14-90; Team, 26-200; WU — Terrell Malley, 9-119; Benny Weischedel, 8-105; Team, 37-444.

2012 GAME SUMMARIES

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2012 WILLAMETTE STATISTICS

Team Statistics Category

WU

OPP

Points Scored 396 Touchdowns 55 1-Pt., 2-Pt. PATs 49-52, 1-3 Field Goals 5-9 Points Per Game 39.6 Total First Downs 253 Rushing/Passing 73-163 By Penalty 17 Net Rushing Yards 1,431 Rushing Attempts 347 Average Per Rush 4.1 Average Per Game 143.1 Touchdowns Rushing 18 Net Passing Yards 3,550 Comp./Attempts 287-445 Comp. Percentage 64.5% Interceptions Thrown 14 Average Per Attempt 8.0 Average Per Comp. 12.4 Average Per Game 355.0 Touchdowns Passing 37 Total Offense 4,981 Total Plays 792 Average Per Play 6.3 Average Per Game 498.1 Turnovers 24 Fumbles/Lost 16-10 Intercepted (Yards) 14-161 Punts-Average 40-35.4 Punt Returns 22 Punt Return Yards 254 Average Per Return 11.5 Kickoff Returns 42 Kickoff Return Yards 783 Average Per Return 18.6 Third Downs Made 73 Attempted 151 Percentage 48% Fourth Downs Made 12 Attempted 22 Percentage 55% Penalties 63-597 Time of Possession 26:00

260 35 26-31, 2-4 6-13 26.0 218 88-113 17 1,312 424 3.1 131.2 13 2,453 212-385 55.1% 18 6.4 11.6 245.3 18 3,765 809 4.7 376.5 27 17-9 18-149 49-35.6 12 143 11.9 67 1422 21.2 67 169 40% 17 31 55% 71-611 34:00

Dylan Jones carries the ball upfield. In 2012, he rushed for 716 yards and 7 touchdowns.

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Free safety Tait Stephens dives to break up a pass. WU defenders broke up 48 passes in 2012.

Overall: 8-2 Date

Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov.

1 14 22 29 6 13 20 27 3 10

NWC: 4-2 (3rd)

Opponent

at Hardin-Simmons East Texas Baptist Pacific at Sewanee at Whitworth* Lewis & Clark* at Pacific Lutheran* at #3 Linfield at Pacific* Puget Sound*

Home: 4-0 Result

58-34 38-24 51-17 28-24 38-24 56-20 41-27 45-10 35-31 55- 0

W W W W W W L L W W

Away: 4-2 Attend. 2,877 2,520 1,450 2,345 2,650 1,400 2,500 2,247 1,724 2,200

* Northwest Conference game Home games in Bold Home Attendance: 7,570 (1,892 average)

NCAA Team Rankings (241 Teams) Passing Offense 4th 3,550 yards 355.00 yards per game Total Offense 10th 4,981 yards 498.10 yards per game Scoring Offense 15th 396 points 39.60 yards per game Quarterback Sacks 24th tie 30 sacks 3.00 sacks per game Passing Efficiency Offense 27th 64.7%, 37 TD, 14 INT 152.66 efficiency rating Punt Returns 39th 22 for 254 yards 11.55 yards per return Rushing Defense 68th 1,312 yards 131.20 yards per game Passing Efficiency Defense 68th 55.1%, 18 TD, 18 INT 114.70 efficiency rating Turnover Margin 86th +3 turnovers forced +0.30 turnovers per game

NCAA Individual Rankings

Total Offense 6th Josh Dean 171 rush; 3,345 pass; 3,516 total 351.60 yards per game Passing Efficiency 30th Josh Dean 273 of 422; 3,345 yards; 34 TDs 152.18 efficiency rating Receiving Yards Per Game 80th Jake Knecht 55 catches, 773 yards, 11 TDs 77.30 yards per game 82nd tie Jake Turner 50 catches, 763 yards, 5 Tds 76.30 yards per game Receptions Per Game 86th tie Jake Knecht 55 catches, 773 yards, 11 TDs 5.50 receptions per game Quarterback Sacks 28th tie Ben Lyons 9.0 sacks, 60 yards 0.90 sacks per game Interceptions 47th tie Cody Pastorino 5 interceptions, 53 yards 0.50 ints. per game 90th tie Dominic David 4 interceptions, 62 yards 0.40 ints. per game 90th tie Tyson Giza 4 interceptions, 0 yards 0.40 ints. per game Tackles for Loss 70th tie Cullen Carroll 11.0 tackles for loss, 44 yards 1.38 takles per game Punt Returns 39th tie Chad Pollard 12 returns, 121 yards 12.08 yards per return

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2012 WILLAMETTE STATISTICS

Individual Statistics Rushing GP Dylan Jones 10 Terrell Malley 10 Taylor Wyman 9 Josh Dean 10 Matt Paparella 5 Wes Wenzel 8 Derek Traeger 10 Jake Knecht 10 Dustin Crabtree 2 Jake Jones 10 Willamette 10 Opponents 10

Att 158 33 24 109 9 1 1 2 1 4 347 424

Yards 716 278 204 171 23 20 18 7 4 -4 1431 1312

Avg. 4.5 8.4 8.5 1.6 2.6 20.0 18.0 3.5 4.0 -1.0 4.1 3.1

Passing GP CP Att Int Pct. Josh Dean 10 273 422 12 64.7 Jake Jones 10 10 16 1 62.5 Dustin Crabtree 2 3 3 0 100.0 Jake Knecht 10 0 1 0 0.0 Matt Paparella 5 0 1 1 0.0 Brian Widing 1 1 1 0 100.0 Terrell Malley 10 0 1 0 0.0 Willamette 10 287 445 14 64.5 Opponents 10 212 385 18 55.1 Receiving GP Rec Jake Knecht 10 55 Jake Turner 10 50 Ben Weischedel 10 47 Terrell Malley 10 39 Chad Pollard 9 26 Dylan Jones 10 21 Derek Traeger 10 12 Matt Williams 10 10 Mike Hernandez 10 10 Jack Gala 9 3 Taylor Wyman 9 3 Joseph Harman 10 3 Tom Merkle 9 2 Beau Smith 5 2 Matt Paparella 5 1 Willamette 10 287 Opponents 10 212

Yards 773 763 711 428 166 223 194 79 62 49 22 11 27 18 12 3550 2453

TD 7 2 3 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 13

Yds. 3,345 156 50 0 0 -1 0 3550 2453

Avg. 14.1 15.3 15.1 11.0 6.4 10.6 16.2 7.9 6.2 16.3 7.3 3.7 13.5 9.0 12.0 12.4 11.6

Long 46 45 34 26 6 20 18 8 4 11 46 22

YPG 71.6 27.8 22.7 17.1 4.6 2.5 1.8 0.7 2.0 -0.4 143.1 131.2

TD Long YPG 34 63 334.5 2 36 15.6 1 30 25.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 -1.0 0 0 0.0 37 63 355.0 18 68 245.3

TD 11 5 6 5 1 2 1 0 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 37 18

Long 59 46 59 31 27 63 36 16 16 20 13 7 18 13 12 63 68

YPG 77.3 76.3 71.1 42.8 18.4 22.3 19.4 7.9 6.2 5.4 2.4 1.1 3.0 3.6 2.4 355.0 245.3

Others (GP, Rec.-Yards, Avg, TD, Long, YPG): Tait Stephens (10, 1-7, 7.0, 0, 7, 0.7); Reed Warner (10, 1-6, 6.0, 0, 6, 0.6); Gabe Deleon (4, 1-[-1], -1.0, 0, 0, -0.2).

Total Offense Josh Dean Dylan Jones Terrell Malley Taylor Wyman Jake Jones Dustin Crabtree Matt Paparella Wes Wenzel Derek Traeger Jake Knecht Brian Widing Willamette Opponents

GP 10 10 10 9 10 2 5 8 10 10 1 10 10

Punt Returns GP Chad Pollard 9 Wendell Galvan 9 Cody Pastorino 10 Bryan Toles 8 Jake Knecht 10 Willamette 10 Opponents 10

Plays 531 158 34 24 20 4 10 1 1 3 1 792 809

Rush 171 716 278 204 -4 4 23 20 18 7 0 1431 1312

Rets. Yards 12 121 5 43 2 54 2 34 1 2 22 254 12 143

Pass 3345 0 0 0 156 50 0 0 0 0 -1 3550 2453 Avg. 10.1 8.6 27.0 17.0 2.0 11.5 11.9

Total 3516 719 278 204 152 54 23 20 18 7 -1 4981 3765 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

YPG 351.6 71.6 27.8 22.7 15.2 27.0 4.6 2.5 1.8 0.7 -1.0 498.1 376.5

Long 27 19 0 25 2 27 53

Kick Returns Tyson Giza Terrell Malley Derek Traeger Dominic David Matt Parr Willamette Opponents

GP 10 10 10 10 9 10 10

Rets. 22 15 3 1 1 42 67

Yards 461 262 49 6 5 783 1422

Avg. 21.0 17.5 16.3 6.0 5.0 18.6 21.2

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

All-Purpose GP Rush Rec PR KR Int Terrell Malley 10 278 428 0 262 0 Dylan Jones 10 716 223 0 0 0 Jake Knecht 10 7 773 2 0 0 Jake Turner 10 0 763 0 0 0 Ben Weischedel 10 0 711 0 0 0 Tyson Giza 10 0 0 0 461 0 Chad Pollard 9 0 166 121 0 0 Derek Traeger 10 18 194 0 49 0 Taylor Wyman 9 204 22 0 0 0 Josh Dean 10 171 0 0 0 0 Cody Pastorino 10 0 0 54 0 53 Matt Williams 10 0 79 0 0 0 Dominic David 10 0 0 0 6 62 Mike Hernandez 10 0 62 0 0 0 Jack Gala 9 0 49 0 0 0 Wendell Galvan 9 0 0 43 0 0 All Others 10 43 80 34 5 34 Willamette 10 1431 3550 254 783 149 Opponents 10 1312 2453 143 1422 161 Scoring GP TD FG Jake Knecht 10 11 0 Kyle Derby 10 0 5-9 Dylan Jones 10 9 0 Terrell Malley 10 7 0 Ben Weischedel 10 6 0 Josh Dean 10 6 0 Mike Hernandez 10 5 0 Jake Turner 10 5 0 Taylor Wyman 9 3 0 Chad Pollard 9 1 0 Derek Traeger 10 1 0 Beau Smith 5 1 0 Taylor Bonawitz 4 0 0 Jake Jones 10 0 0 Willamette 10 55 5-9 Opponents 10 35 6-13

PAT1 0 45-48 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4-4 0 49-52 26-31

Field Goals Kyle Derby Willamette Opponents

GP FG Att Pct. 10 5 9 55.6 10 5 9 55.6 10 6 13 46.1

Punting Kyle Derby Taylor Wyman Willamette Opponents

GP Punts 10 29 9 10 10 40 10 49

Interceptions Cody Pastorino Dominic David Tyson Giza Blaze Rogers Tait Stephens Jack Nelson Willamette Opponents

GP 10 10 10 9 10 10 10 10

No. 5 4 4 2 2 1 18 14

R2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 0-1 1-1

Lg 30 30 46

Yards 1062 355 1417 1743 Yards 53 62 0 10 -8 32 149 161

Long 34 40 20 6 5 40 96 Total YPG 968 96.8 939 93.9 782 78.2 763 76.3 711 71.1 461 46.1 287 31.9 261 26.1 226 25.1 171 17.1 107 10.7 79 7.9 68 6.8 62 6.2 49 5.4 43 4.8 196 19.6 6167 616.7 5491 549.1

P2 Sfty 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1-2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-2 0 1-3 1

DXP Pts 0 66 0 60 0 54 0 42 0 38 0 36 0 30 0 30 0 18 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 4 0 0 0 396 0 260

1-19 20s 30s 40s 50s 1-2 3-3 1-4 0-0 0-0 1-2 3-3 1-4 0-0 0-0 1-1 2-3 1-5 2-4 0-0

Avg. 36.6 35.5 35.4 35.6

LG TB 55 0 57 0 57 0 72 2

Avg. 10.6 15.5 0.0 5.0 -4.0 32.0 8.3 11.5

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TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

In20 9 2 11 11

BL 0 1 1 2

Long 36 35 0 10 0 32 36 80

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2012 WILLAMETTE STATISTICS

Individual Season Highs (Continued)

Inside linebacker Henry Adelman (#15) registers a tackle.

Defensive Statistics Player

GP U

Jack Nelson 10 Cody Pastorino 10 Ben Lyons 10 Cullen Carroll 8 Wes Wenzel 8 Dominic David 10 Scott Miller 10 Reed Warner 10 Chris Santana 10 Matt Parr 9 Juan Alvarado 10 Tait Stephens 10 Tyson Giza 10 Matt Millar 9 Kyle Bettencourt 10 Jacob Meza 7 Wendell Galvan 9

Willamette Opponents

45 40 28 44 28 31 22 16 27 12 19 16 18 11 11 9 8

A TT

27 22 30 13 23 17 18 23 6 18 8 9 7 11 7 6 6

TFL QBS Int PBU FF FR BK

72 5.5-15 3.0-12 1-32 62 4.5-20 2.0-14 5-53 58 10.0-61 9.0-60 0 57 11.0-44 3.5-27 0 51 2.0-7 2.0-7 0 48 0 0 4-62 40 7.5-17 1.5-7 0 39 4.5-27 2.5-23 0 33 0 0 0 30 2.5-7 0.5-2 0 27 2.0-2 0 0 25 2.0-5 0 2-8 25 0.5-1 0 4-0 22 2.5-10 1.5-9 0 18 1.0-3 0 0 15 0 0 0 14 1.0-4 0 0

4 6 3 3 0 6 0 1 4 1 1 2 7 0 0 0 2

1 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2

0 0 1 2 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

10 473 330 803 63-266 30-200 18-149 48 12 9 10 465 286 751 65-305 31-209 14-161 49 9 10

0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

Passing (Min. 10 attempts) Receiving Scoring Returns Intercepts Defense

Completions.........35........ Josh Dean, vs. Lewis & Clark, Oct. 13 Attempts...............49........ Josh Dean, vs. Puget Sound, Nov. 10 Percentage........77%........ Josh Dean (35/45), vs. Lewis & Clark, Oct. 13 Yards...................468........ Josh Dean, at Hardin-Simmons, Sept. 1 Touchdowns............6........ Josh Dean, at Hardin-Simmons, Sept. 1 Longest Pass.........63........ Josh Dean, at Hardin-Simmons, Sept. 1 Catches................... 11..........Jake Turner, vs. East Texas Baptist, Sept. 14 Yards..................... 173..........Jake Turner, vs. East Texas Baptist, Sept. 14 Touchdowns............3........ Jake Knecht, at Whitworth, Oct. 6 3........ Jake Knecht, vs. Lewis & Clark, Oct. 13 3........ Terrell Malley, vs. Puget Sound, Nov. 10 Longest Catch......... 63..........Dylan Jones, at Hardin-Simmons, Sept. 1 Points....................18........ Jake Knecht (2), Dylan Jones, Terrell Malley Field Goals..............1........ Kyle Derby: Five separate occasions Touchdowns............3........ Jake Knecht (2), Dylan Jones, Terrell Malley Punt Returns...........5........ Chad Pollard, at Whitworth, Oct. 6 Yards.....................59........ Chad Pollard, at Whitworth, Oct. 6 Longest.................31........ Cody Pastorino, at Linfield, Oct. 27 KO Returns.............4........ Tyson Giza (twice), Terrell Malley (twice) Yards.....................95........ Tyson Giza, vs. Lewis & Clark, Oct. 13 Longest.................40........ Terrell Malley, vs. East Texas Baptist, Sept. 14 Interceptions...........2........ Dominic David, vs. East Texas Bapt., Sept. 14 2........ Cody Pastorino, vs. Pacific (Ore.), Sept. 22 2........ Tyson Giza, at Pacific (Ore.), Nov. 3 Return Yards..........36........ Cody Pastorino, at Pacific Lutheran, Oct. 20 Solo Tackles..........12........ Jack Nelson, at Whitworth, Oct. 6 Assists.................... 9........ Jack Nelson, vs. Lewis & Clark, Oct. 13 Total Tackles..........19........ Jack Nelson, vs. Lewis & Clark, Oct. 13 Tackles/Loss.........2.5........ Cody Pastorino, vs. ETBU, Sept. 22 2.5........ Jack Nelson, at Pacific Lutheran, Oct. 20 Sacks....................2.0........ Ben Lyons, at Whitworth, Oct. 6 2.0........ Ben Lyons, at Pacific (Ore.), Nov. 3

5 2

Others (GP, U-A-T, Misc.): Henry Adelman (10, 2-12-14, 0.5-4 QBS); Jordan Weil (8, 7-6-13, 1 PBU); Corey Walsh (8, 6-5-11, 1.5-6 TFL); Sean Cooper (5, 3-7-10, 0.5-5 QBS); Blaze Rogers (9, 6-3-9, 2-10 INT); Wyatt Briggs (10, 5-4-9, 1.0-7 QBS); J.T. Wells (9, 4-4-8); Dominic Revelez (5, 3-5-8, 1.0-1 TFL); Joseph Harman (10, 7-1-8); Kenny Gebhardt (7, 2-6-8, 4 PBU); Kyle Davey (8, 6-1-7, 2.0-20 QBS); Bryan Toles (8, 4-2-6); Ben Keller (5, 5-1-6); T.J. Matsumoto (10, 3-3-6); Preston Dean (5, 2-2-4); Derek Traeger (10, 2-2-4); Daley Smith (5, 2-2-4); Jake Turner (10, 3-1-4); Jake Straube (3, 2-1-3); Daniel Wakam (2, 0-2-2); Aaron Howard (3, 0-2-2); Thomas Grisley (6, 1-1-2, 1 PBU); Matthew Paparella (5, 1-1-2); Josh Dean (10, 2-0-2); Taylor Wyman (9, 2-0-2); Kyle Derby (10, 2-0-2); David Hernandez (2, 0-1-1); Terrell Malley (10, 1-0-1); Dylan Jones (10, 0-1-1); Chris Luetjen (4, 0-1-1); Keenan Faatea (10, 1-0-1); Ryan Johnston (6, 1-0-1, 1-7); Jake Knecht (10, 1-0-1); Jon Amos (4, 0-1-1); Alex Franchetti (4, 0-1-1); Team (7, 2-0-2, 1 FR). QB Hurries: Lyons 3, Alvarado 2, Millar 2, Nelson 1, Miller 1, Weil 1, Walsh 1, Howard 1.

Bearcat Team Season Highs Rushing Passing Offense

Carries................... 49........ at Hardin-Simmons, Sept. 1 Yards................... 273........ vs. Lewis & Clark, Oct. 13 Touchdowns............ 4........ at Pacific (Ore.), Nov. 3 Completions......... 40........ vs. Pacific (Ore.), Sept. 22 Attempts............... 57........ vs. Pacific (Ore.), Sept. 22 Yards................... 467........ at Hardin-Simmons, Sept. 1 Touchdowns............ 6........ at Hardin-Simmons, Sept. 1

Scoring

Points.................... 58........ at Hardin-Simmons, Sept. 1 Touchdowns............ 8........ at Hardin-Simmons, Sept. 1; .vs. Lewis & Clark, Oct. 13; vs. Puget Sound, Nov. 10

First Downs........... 34........ vs. Pacific (Ore.), Sept. 22 Plays...................... 97........ at Hardin-Simmons, Sept. 1 Yards................... 727........ at Hardin-Simmons, Sept. 1

Bearcat Individual Season Highs Rushing

Carries................... 24........ Dylan Jones, vs. Lewis & Clark, Oct. 13 Yards.................... 168......... Dylan Jones, vs. Lewis & Clark, Oct. 13 Touchdowns............3........ Dylan Jones, at Pacific (Ore.), Nov. 3 Longest Run.......... 46......... Dylan Jones, at Whitworth, Oct. 6

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Quarterack Josh Dean set Willamette single season records last year by completing 273 of 422 passes for 3,345 yards and 34 touchdowns.

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WILLAMETTE ALL-TIME RESULTS

1894 (1-4-1)..... No recognized coach

18 0 0 0 6 0 24

Pacific ............................................ 4 Salem YMCA................................. 18 Salem YMCA................................... 6 Salem YMCA................................... 5 Salem YMCA................................... 6 Salem YMCA.................................. 6 ..................................................... 45

1895 (2-2-0)..... C.R. “Brick” Morse

4 0 44 36 84

Oregon............................................ 8 Oregon............................................ 6 Oregon Normal............................... 6 Oregon Agricultural Coll.................. 6 ...................................................... 26

1896 (2-0-1)................Mark Savage

10 14 2 26

Chemawa........................................ 0 Pacific............................................. 0 Oregon Normal............................... 2 ........................................................ 2

1897-98, Spanish-American War 1899 (3-2-0)....... A.R. “Bert” Oliver

15 24 0 0 10 49

Albany College................................ 6 Pacific............................................. 0 Oregon Agricultural....................... 10 Multnomah Athletic Club................11 Chemawa........................................ 0 ...................................................... 27

1900, No Team Fielded 1901 (3-0-0).................... Mutt Dietz

17 12 22 51

Oregon Agricultural......................... 6 Chemawa........................................ 0 Oregon Normal............................... 6 ...................................................... 12

1902 (1-4-1)............. Prof. A. Moser

0 6 0 0 0 6 12

Albany College.............................. 27 Linfield............................................. 6 Oregon Agricultural....................... 67 Oregon Agricultural....................... 21 Chemawa...................................... 22 Oregon Normal............................... 0 .................................................... 143

1903 (3-2-2)............. Prof. B. Moyer

0 27 0 0 0 30 28 85

Pacific............................................. 0 Linfield............................................. 0 Oregon.......................................... 37 Chemawa........................................ 5 Chemawa........................................ 0 Pacific............................................. 0 Oregon Normal............................... 0 ...................................................... 42

1904 (6-2-0)......... Chauncy Bishop 16 38 0 50 0 15 11 17 147

Albany............................................. 0 Pacific............................................. 0 Oregon.......................................... 16 Portland........................................... 0 Multnomah Athletic Club................. 6 Chemawa........................................ 0 Chemawa........................................ 5 Ft. Stevens...................................... 0 ...................................................... 27

1905 (4-3-1)......... Chauncy Bishop

6 0 11 0 0 4 16 12 49

Oregon...........................................11 Oregon Agricultural....................... 28 Washington State............................ 6 Stanford........................................ 12 Califiornia........................................ 0 Multnomah Athletic Club................. 0 Chemawa........................................ 0 Oregon Normal............................... 0 ...................................................... 57

1911 (4-1-0)...... Dr. G.J. Sweetland

39 3 17 28 11 12 98

Puget Sound................................... 0 Oregon Agricultural......................... 5 Multnomah Athletic Club................. 0 Chemawa........................................ 6 Vancouver Barracks........................ 6 Alumni............................................. 0 ...................................................... 17

1912 (5-1-0)...... Dr. G.J. Sweetland 7 0 29 40 71 67 30 237

Alumni............................................. 7 Oregon.......................................... 12 Chemawa........................................ 0 Pacific............................................. 0 Vancouver....................................... 0 Whitworth........................................ 0 Montana.......................................... 9 ...................................................... 21

1913 (4-0-0)...... Dr. G.J. Sweetland 9 62 33 6 60 161

Alumni............................................. 0 Pacific............................................. 6 Chemawa........................................ 6 Oregon............................................ 3 U. of Oregon Law School............... 0 ...................................................... 15

1914 (2-3-0)...........O.C. Thompson

44 19 0 0 0 63

Albany............................................. 0 Pacific............................................. 7 Oregon.......................................... 61 Oregon Agricultural....................... 64 Gonzaga....................................... 28 .................................................... 160

1915 (2-2-1)............. R.L. Matthews

27 0 7 0 0 13 20

Alumni............................................. 0 Oregon Agricultural....................... 69 Albany............................................. 3 Oregon.......................................... 49 Chemawa........................................ 0 Pacific............................................. 7 .................................................... 128

1916 (4-2-0)............. R.L. Matthews

21 0 26 55 1 25 7 114

Alumni............................................. 0 Oregon.......................................... 97 Albany............................................. 7 Columbia......................................... 0 Mt. Angel......................................... 0 Pacific............................................. 7 Multnomah Athletic Club............... 13 .................................................... 124

1917 (1-1-0)............. R.L. Matthews 0 20 20

Oregon.......................................... 14 Vancouver Barracks........................ 0 ...................................................... 14

1918, no team 1919 (4-1-0)............. R.L. Matthews

3 28 12 12 21 10 83

Alumni............................................. 3 Chemawa........................................ 0 Pacific............................................. 0 Multnomah Athletic Club............... 24 Reed............................................. 12 Puget Sound................................... 0 ...................................................... 36

1920 (3-1-1)............. R.L. Matthews

13 13 0 23 24 0 60

Alumni............................................. 0 Chemawa........................................ 6 Multnomah Athletic Club................. 0 Pacific............................................. 7 Puget Sound................................... 0 Whitman.......................................... 7 ...................................................... 20

1921 (1-5-0).................. Roy Bohler

1906 (1-3-1)......... Chauncy Bishop

1907 (2-4-0)...Profs. Boyer & Nace

1922 (3-4-0).................. Roy Bohler

5 0 4 0 5 14

14 0 0 0 0 20 34

Whitman........................................ 10 Oregon............................................ 4 Oregon Agricultural......................... 0 Washington..................................... 0 Multnomah Athletic Club............... 18 ...................................................... 32

Albany............................................. 0 Oregon...........................................11 Oregon Agricultural....................... 42 Washington................................... 21 Multnomah Athletic Club............... 40 Salem High School......................... 0 .....................................................114

1908 (1-5-0)............ Harley E. Kirby

6 0 0 0 0 0 6

Albany............................................. 5 Pacific............................................. 4 Oregon.......................................... 15 Oregon Agricultural....................... 28 Multnomah Athletic Club............... 40 Whitworth...................................... 18 .....................................................110

1909 (3-1-0)...... Dr. G.J. Sweetland 8 29 0 63 100

Pacific............................................. 0 Oregon............................................ 0 Multnomah Athletic Club................11 Mt. Angel......................................... 0 .......................................................11

1910 (4-1-0)....... Dr. G.J. Sweetland

10 23 6 47 29 12 117

Alumni............................................. 0 Hill Military Academy....................... 3 Oregon Agricultural......................... 9 Mt. Angel College............................ 0 Multnomah Athletic Club................. 0 Pacific............................................. 0 ...................................................... 12

3 0 14 10 0 7 34

12 0 27 56 7 6 0 36 132

Oregon............................................ 7 Oregon Agricultural....................... 54 Chemawa........................................ 7 Pacific........................................... 27 Whitman........................................ 25 Puget Sound................................. 18 .................................................... 138

Alumni............................................. 6 Oregon.......................................... 37 Linfield............................................. 0 Chemawa........................................ 6 Whitman.......................................... 9 Pacific........................................... 20 Puget Sound................................... 8 Linfield............................................. 0 ...................................................... 80

1923 (2-5-1)...........Guy L. Rathbun

0 0 6 31 36 0 0 7 80

Oregon.......................................... 40 Washington................................... 54 Puget Sound................................. 13 Linfield............................................. 6 Chemawa........................................ 0 Whitman........................................ 10 Pacific........................................... 18 College of Idaho.............................. 7 .................................................... 148

1924 (1-5-1)...........Guy L. Rathbun

0 13 6 0 34 0 0 53

Oregon............................................ 0 College of Idaho............................ 14 Whitman.......................................... 7 Pacific........................................... 26 Linfield............................................. 6 Washington................................... 57 Puget Sound................................... 8 .....................................................118

1925 (2-7-0)...........Guy L. Rathbun

13 0 0 33 5 13 0 26 0 90

Multnomah Athletic Club............... 20 Washington................................. 108 Oregon Agricultural....................... 51 Oregon Normal............................... 0 Puget Sound................................... 7 Whitman........................................ 20 Linfield............................................. 3 Albany............................................. 0 Pacific........................................... 23 .................................................... 232

1926 (2-4-0).Roy S. “Spec” Keene

0 0 28 10 6 0 44

Oregon.......................................... 44 Washington................................... 28 Multnomah Athletic Club................. 7 Pacific............................................. 6 Puget Sound................................... 9 Whitman........................................ 10 .................................................... 104

1927 (3-3-2).Roy S. “Spec” Keene

6 28 6 0 6 13 12 7 78

Washington................................... 32 Oregon Normal............................... 0 Puget Sound................................... 6 College of Idaho.............................. 6 Chemawa........................................ 6 Pacific............................................. 7 Linfield............................................. 6 Whitman........................................ 31 ...................................................... 94

1928 (3-5-0).Roy S. “Spec” Keene

0 36 25 0 6 6 0 38 111

Whitman........................................ 45 Linfield............................................. 0 Puget Sound................................. 18 Pacific............................................. 6 College of Idaho............................ 44 Oregon.......................................... 38 Washington................................... 28 Albany............................................. 6 .................................................... 185

1929 (6-2-0).Roy S. “Spec” Keene

6 0 42 25 52 40 42 31 238

Oregon Agricultural....................... 37 Oregon.......................................... 34 College of Idaho.............................. 0 Pacific............................................. 0 Linfield............................................. 0 Whitman........................................ 13 Albany............................................. 6 Puget Sound................................... 0 ...................................................... 90

1930 (5-3-0).Roy S. “Spec” Keene

34 21 44 0 34 0 0 52 185 *

College of Idaho............................ 14 Puget Sound................................... 0 Linfield............................................. 0 Whitman........................................ 12 Pacific............................................. 6 Oregon State*............................... 48 Oregon.......................................... 51 Albany............................................. 0 .................................................... 131 First night football game in Oregon

1931 (5-4-0).Roy S. “Spec” Keene

0 0 46 25 20 13 6 19 0 129

Oregon State................................ 76 Oregon.......................................... 20 Columbia......................................... 0 Albany........................................... 13 College of Idaho.............................. 0 Puget Sound................................... 0 Pacific............................................. 7 Linfield............................................. 6 Whitman.......................................... 7 .................................................... 129

1932 (4-4-1).Roy S. “Spec” Keene

0 0 0 26 33 0 26 2 6 93

Oregon State................................ 32 Oregon Normal............................... 6 Washington State.......................... 30 College of Idaho.............................. 0 Albany............................................. 0 Puget Sound................................... 0 Linfield............................................. 0 Pacific............................................. 6 Whitman.......................................... 0 ...................................................... 74

1933 (6-3-0).Roy S. “Spec” Keene

0 20 0 0 26 6 13 26 40 131

Oregon State................................ 21 Oregon Normal............................... 0 Puget Sound................................... 6 Columbia....................................... 13 Linfield............................................. 6 Pacific............................................. 0 Southern Oregon............................ 0 Albany............................................. 6 Whitman.......................................... 0 ...................................................... 52

1934 (8-1-0).Roy S. “Spec” Keene

34 14 32 0 75 27 6 21 28 237

Pacific............................................. 0 Oregon Normal............................. 12 Linfield............................................. 7 Oregon State................................ 13 Whitman.......................................... 0 Puget Sound................................... 0 Columbia......................................... 0 San Jose......................................... 7 Albany............................................. 6 ...................................................... 45

1935 (5-2-0).Roy S. “Spec” Keene

14 0 0 47 15 13 10 99

San Jose......................................... 0 Oregon State................................ 26 Washington State.......................... 30 College of Idaho.............................. 6 Puget Sound................................... 0 Pacific............................................. 0 Whitman.......................................... 0 ...................................................... 62

1936 (7-2-1).Roy S. “Spec” Keene

21 42 0 47 3 13 14 18 19 18 195

Nevada-Reno.................................. 9 Albany............................................. 0 Oregon State................................ 13 College of Idaho.............................. 0 Linfield............................................. 0 Puget Sound................................... 0 Fresno State................................. 14 Whittier.......................................... 21 Pacific............................................. 0 Whitman.......................................... 0 ...................................................... 57

1937 (6-3-0).Roy S. “Spec” Keene

0 20 7 13 7 0 6 20 41 114

Frenso State................................... 7 Portland........................................... 0 San Jose......................................... 8 Whittier............................................ 6 Puget Sound................................... 0 Oregon State................................ 20 Pacific............................................. 0 Whitman.......................................... 6 University of Nevada-Reno............. 7 ...................................................... 54

1938 (5-3-0).Roy S. “Spec” Keene

15 Linfield............................................. 0 7 Portland......................................... 12 0 San Diego Marines....................... 14 6 Santa Barabara............................... 3 41 College of Idaho.............................. 0 13 Puget Sound................................... 0 0 Pacific*............................................ 6 19 Whitman.......................................... 0 101 ...................................................... 35 * Broke 27-game conference winning streak

1939 (3-4-2).Roy S. “Spec” Keene

0 14 0 29 42 0 0 13 7 105

San Diego Marines....................... 26 Santa Barabara............................. 20 Portland........................................... 0 Linfield............................................. 6 Puget Sound................................... 6 San Jose....................................... 15 Pacific............................................. 0 College of Idaho.............................. 7 Whitman.......................................... 8 ...................................................... 88

1940 (4-5-0).Roy S. “Spec” Keene

7 0 6 39 6 51 20 19 7 155

Portland......................................... 21 San Jose....................................... 21 San Diego Marines......................... 7 Puget Sound................................... 0 Gonzaga......................................... 7 Linfield............................................. 0 Pacific............................................. 6 Whitman.......................................... 0 Whittier............................................ 8 ...................................................... 70

1941 (8-2-0).Roy S. “Spec” Keene

52 26 43 33 6 55 40 28 6 19 308

College of Idaho.............................. 0 Portland........................................... 0 Linfield............................................. 0 Whittier............................................ 7 Idaho............................................. 33 Puget Sound................................... 7 Pacific............................................. 0 Whitman.......................................... 0 Hawaii........................................... 20 Portland Air Base............................ 0 ...................................................... 67

1942 (4-1-0).Roy S. “Spec” Keene

13 33 33 31 26 136

Portland......................................... 34 Linfield............................................. 7 Puget Sound................................... 2 Pacific............................................. 0 Whitman.......................................... 0 ...................................................... 43

1947 (7-2-0)....................Jerry Lillie

0 19 0 19 33 14 20 12 45 162

College of the Pacific.................... 56 Whittier............................................ 0 Portland......................................... 27 College of Idaho.............................. 6 British Columbia.............................. 0 Puget Sound................................... 0 Pacific............................................. 0 Linfield............................................. 7 Whitman.......................................... 0 ...................................................... 96

1948 (6-5-0)....................Jerry Lillie

27 21 13 13 26 0 6 41 9 7 7 170

College of Idaho............................ 13 British Columbia.............................. 7 Lewis & Clark................................ 14 Linfield............................................. 0 Whitman.......................................... 7 Pacific........................................... 19 Puget Sound................................... 7 Eastern Oregon.............................. 0 Portland........................................... 6 Central Washington...................... 13 Santa Barbara (Potato Bowl)........ 46 .................................................... 132

1949 (3-6-0)......... C.R. Stackhouse

0 23 7 14 0 7 0 33 7 91

University of Idaho........................ 79 Eastern Washington........................ 0 Chico State..................................... 0 College of Idaho............................ 41 Puget Sound................................. 27 Lewis & Clark................................ 20 Linfield........................................... 20 Whitman........................................ 25 Pacific........................................... 32 .................................................... 244

1950 (4-4-2)......... C.R. Stackhouse

21 19 6 19 21 6 6 6 27 6 131

Central Washington*....................... 0 College of Idaho.............................. 7 Whitworth........................................ 0 Chico State..................................... 6 Hawaii........................................... 21 @Lewis & Clark............................ 20 @Puget Sound............................... 0 Linfield............................................. 7 @Whitman.................................... 37 @Pacific........................................ 27 .................................................... 125 * First game at McCulloch Stadium

1951 (3-5-0)......... C.R. Stackhouse

21 0 6 12 6 12 19 53 129

Whitworth...................................... 13 College of Idaho............................ 10 Pacific........................................... 26 Lewis & Clark................................ 41 Puget Sound................................. 12 Whitman........................................ 20 Linfield............................................. 7 Chico State..................................... 7 .................................................... 136

1952 (5-2-2).................. Ted Ogdahl

53 20 6 26 29 31 35 41 7 248

Chico State..................................... 0 Puget Sound................................. 20 College of Idaho.............................. 7 Pacific........................................... 27 Lewis & Clark.................................. 6 Whitworth...................................... 14 Linfield........................................... 14 Whitman.......................................... 0 Hawaii............................................. 7 ...................................................... 95

1953 (2-5-1).................. Ted Ogdahl

0 13 0 6 14 34 6 7 80

Puget Sound................................. 14 Western Washington..................... 26 College of Idaho............................ 26 Pacific............................................. 6 Lewis & Clark.................................. 7 Whitman.......................................... 7 Linfield........................................... 21 Cal Poly-SLO................................ 52 .................................................... 159

1954 (6-2-0).................. Ted Ogdahl

1943 (2-1-0)................Harry Trotter

19 12 32 12 26 13 24 7 145

1944 (3-2-0)................Harry Trotter

1955 (1-7-0).................. Ted Ogdahl

20 7 25 52 13 26 0 34 6 79

Whitman.......................................... 0 Whitman........................................ 12 Univ. of Oregon Armyducks............ 6 ...................................................... 18 Whitman.......................................... 6 Whitman.......................................... 0 Washington................................... 71 San Diego Marines....................... 14 Washington................................... 40 .................................................... 131

1945, No Team Fielded 1946 (6-2-1)...... Walter E. Erickson

26 31 27 7 6 7 6 13 6 129

British Columbia............................ 13 Linfield............................................. 6 College of Idaho.............................. 7 Puget Sound................................... 0 Pacific............................................. 0 Whitman.......................................... 0 San Jose....................................... 44 Whittier.......................................... 18 Portland........................................... 6 ...................................................... 94

6 6 7 0 7 7 10 13 56

Humboldt State............................. 10 Cal Poly-SLO................................ 19 Whitman.......................................... 0 Pacific............................................. 7 Linfield........................................... 13 Lewis & Clark................................ 23 Puget Sound................................. 21 College of Idaho.............................. 0 ...................................................... 93

Pacific........................................... 19 Lewis & Clark................................ 34 Puget Sound................................. 24 Linfield........................................... 29 Whitworth...................................... 13 Fresno State................................. 33 Whitman.......................................... 0 College of Idaho............................ 20 .................................................... 172

1956 (2-4-2).................. Ted Ogdahl

0 12 39 0 13 12 14 7 97

Whitworth...................................... 21 Fresno State................................. 27 Pacific............................................. 7 Lewis & Clark................................ 21 College of Idaho.............................. 7 Linfield........................................... 12 Puget Sound................................. 21 Whitman.......................................... 7 .................................................... 123

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(Continued from Previous Page) 1957 (5-2-2).................. Ted Ogdahl

13 26 25 0 13 33 35 40 14 199

Cal Aggies..................................... 13 Whitworth...................................... 12 Lewis & Clark . ............................. 14 Hawaii........................................... 27 Whitman........................................ 13 College of Idaho............................ 21 Puget Sound................................... 6 Pacific............................................. 6 Linfield........................................... 27 .................................................... 139

1958 (8-1-0).................. Ted Ogdahl

27 33 54 39 41 20 41 27 0 282

Pacific........................................... 14 Linfield............................................. 0 College of Idaho.............................. 7 Whitman.......................................... 0 Puget Sound................................... 7 Cal Aggies....................................... 0 Whitworth........................................ 6 Lewis & Clark.................................. 0 Northern Arizona............................. 7 ...................................................... 41

1959 (5-3-1).................. Ted Ogdahl

0 27 14 20 19 14 7 34 37 172

Whitworth...................................... 19 Western Washington....................... 7 Pacific........................................... 12 Lewis & Clark.................................. 6 Linfield........................................... 19 College of Idaho............................ 21 Puget Sound................................. 26 Whitman........................................ 14 Central Washington...................... 26 .................................................... 150

1960 (8-0-0).................. Ted Ogdahl

27 15 25 40 53 14 40 33 247

Puget Sound................................. 26 Western Washington....................... 0 Pacific........................................... 14 Lewis & Clark................................ 19 College of Idaho.............................. 6 Linfield........................................... 13 Whitman.......................................... 0 British Columbia............................ 17 ...................................................... 95

1961 (4-4-0).................. Ted Ogdahl

19 13 24 31 14 47 53 12 213

Puget Sound................................. 20 Humboldt State............................. 27 College of Idaho............................ 34 Pacific........................................... 14 Lewis & Clark.................................. 7 British Columbia............................ 20 Whitman.......................................... 7 Linfield........................................... 34 .................................................... 163

1962 (6-3-1).................. Ted Ogdahl

27 13 40 21 20 34 12 7 13 12 199

Puget Sound................................... 7 Humboldt State............................. 21 Pacific............................................. 7 Whitman........................................ 14 College of Idaho.............................. 0 British Columbia.............................. 6 Linfield........................................... 21 Lewis & Clark.................................. 7 Central Washington........................ 6 Hawaii........................................... 14 .................................................... 103

1963 (3-5-0).................. Ted Ogdahl

19 6 13 0 20 7 20 26 0 92

Alumni........................................... 21 Nevada-Reno................................ 29 Lewis & Clark................................ 41 British Columbia............................ 19 Puget Sound................................. 27 Pacific............................................. 0 College of Idaho............................ 13 Whitman........................................ 12 Linfield........................................... 21 .................................................... 162

1964 (5-3-0).................. Ted Ogdahl

27 6 7 33 6 14 20 34 147

Nevada-Reno.................................. 6 Humboldt State............................... 0 Linfield........................................... 32 Puget Sound................................... 6 Lewis & Clark................................ 14 Pacific........................................... 21 Whitman........................................ 13 College of Idaho.............................. 6 ...................................................... 98

1965 (6-1-1).................. Ted Ogdahl

9 12 20 0 19 14 59 6 139

Nevada-Reno.................................. 6 Humboldt State............................... 7 Pacific............................................. 0 Puget Sound................................... 0 Lewis & Clark................................ 13 College of Idaho.............................. 0 Whitman........................................ 12 Linfield........................................... 26 ...................................................... 64

1966 (5-4-0).................. Ted Ogdahl

18 21 41 50 26 6 40 12 27 241

Eastern Washington...................... 32 Nevada-Reno................................ 28 College of Idaho.............................. 7 Whitman.......................................... 0 Pacific........................................... 21 Lewis & Clark................................ 20 Whitworth...................................... 24 Linfield........................................... 33 Pacific Lutheran............................ 20 .................................................... 185

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1967 (7-2-0).................. Ted Ogdahl

15 43 40 42 17 16 61 7 58 299

Nevada-Reno................................ 32 British Columbia............................ 13 Pacific Lutheran............................ 13 Pacific............................................. 0 Lewis & Clark................................ 10 Puget Sound................................... 0 Whitman.......................................... 7 Linfield........................................... 16 College of Idaho............................ 13 .................................................... 104

1968 (9-1-0).................. Ted Ogdahl

40 Nevada-Reno................................ 13 40 British Columbia.............................. 0 55 Pacific............................................. 7 8 Whitman.......................................... 7 17 Puget Sound................................. 13 47 College of Idaho............................ 18 7 Lewis & Clark.................................. 0 6 Linfield............................................. 0 21 Pacific Lutheran............................ 20 10 Troy State (AL)*............................ 63 251 .................................................... 141 * NAIA Division II Semifinal (Ranked #3)

1969 (2-7-0)................. Ted Ogdahl

7 28 7 24 19 6 17 24 7 139

Nevada-Reno................................ 27 British Columbia.............................. 0 Whitman........................................ 60 Puget Sound................................. 34 College of Idaho............................ 23 Lewis & Clark................................ 20 Linfield........................................... 20 Pacific Lutheran............................ 15 Pacific........................................... 20 .................................................... 219

1970 (4-4-0).................. Ted Ogdahl

21 3 10 9 0 7 10 33 93

Eastern Washington........................ 6 Nevada.......................................... 30 College of Idaho.............................. 3 Lewis & Clark................................ 14 Linfield........................................... 28 Pacific Lutheran............................ 37 Pacific............................................. 7 Whitman........................................ 27 .................................................... 152

1971 (5-4-0).................. Ted Ogdahl

35 7 44 32 0 0 27 35 12 192

Whitworth........................................ 7 Eastern Washington........................ 9 College of Idaho.............................. 8 Lewis & Clark................................ 27 Linfield........................................... 23 Pacific Lutheran............................ 18 Pacific........................................... 10 Whitman........................................ 22 Puget Sound................................. 13 .................................................... 137

1972 (3-6-0).............. Joe Schaffeld

17 6 23 10 3 12 0 48 24 143

Eastern Washington........................ 8 Chico State................................... 10 College of Idaho.............................. 0 Lewis & Clark................................ 24 Linfield........................................... 13 Pacific Lutheran............................ 20 Pacific........................................... 21 Whitman.......................................... 0 Puget Sound................................. 42 .................................................... 138

1973 (5-4-0).............. Joe Schaffeld

14 21 20 0 6 17 43 13 13 7 133

Chico State................................... 28 Alumni........................................... 13 Lewis & Clark................................ 10 Linfield........................................... 17 Pacific Lutheran............................ 41 Pacific........................................... 10 Whitman.......................................... 7 Puget Sound................................... 9 College of Idaho.............................. 3 Whitworth...................................... 24 .................................................... 149

1974 (7-2-0)..................Tommy Lee

29 14 14 7 9 6 21 27 27 1 126

Alumni............................................. 6 Puget Sound................................... 9 Chico State..................................... 9 Linfield........................................... 14 College of Idaho.............................. 0 Whitworth........................................ 3 Pacific Lutheran............................ 37 Pacific........................................... 14 Whitman.......................................... 7 Lewis & Clark*................................ 0 ...................................................... 93 * Willamette won by forfeit

1975 (4-5-0)..................Tommy Lee

12 14 8 23 12 3 20 40 22 9 151

Alumni............................................. 7 @Nevada-Reno............................ 36 Chico State................................... 19 College of Idaho.............................. 8 @Whitworth.................................. 13 Pacific Lutheran............................ 48 Pacific........................................... 13 @Whitman...................................... 0 Lewis & Clark.................................. 6 @Linfield....................................... 14 .................................................... 157

1976 (4-4-1)..................Tommy Lee

27 6 7 40

Alumni............................................. 2 Nevada-Reno................................ 39 @Puget Sound............................. 37 Whitworth...................................... 30

21 23 30 19 9 14 169

@Pacific Lutheran........................ 13 Pacific........................................... 21 Whitman........................................ 19 @Lewis & Clark............................ 54 Linfield........................................... 16 @College of Idaho........................ 14 .................................................... 243

1977 (5-4-0)..................Tommy Lee

15 0 7 0 14 20 15 10 14 27 107

Alumni............................................. 7 Chico State..................................... 6 @Humboldt State......................... 24 Pacific Lutheran............................ 38 Pacific............................................. 3 Rocky Mountain............................ 13 Lewis & Clark.................................. 2 @Linfield....................................... 41 College of Idaho.............................. 6 @Whitworth.................................... 0 .................................................... 133

1978 (3-6-0)..................Tommy Lee

8 7 0 6 9 23 13 13 21 100

@Puget Sound............................. 29 Humboldt State............................. 13 Linfield........................................... 35 @Pacific........................................ 14 Whitworth...................................... 14 @Pacific Lutheran.......................... 8 @Lewis & Clark.............................. 7 Oregon College of Education....... 21 Southern Oregon.......................... 14 .................................................... 155

1979 (3-6-0)..................Tommy Lee

22 6 21 9 27 24 26 2 8 145

@Chico State................................ 24 @Oregon College of Education.......25 @Southern Oregon....................... 27 Oregon Tech................................. 17 @Lewis & Clark............................ 20 Pacific........................................... 21 Whitworth...................................... 15 @Pacific Lutheran........................ 30 Linfield........................................... 26 .................................................... 205

1980 (3-4-1)..................Tommy Lee

27 20 20 7 0 28 20 34 7 136

Alumni............................................. 3 Oregon College of Education....... 27 Southern Oregon.......................... 14 @Oregon Tech.............................. 46 @Linfield....................................... 45 Lewis & Clark................................ 28 @Pacific........................................ 14 @Whitworth.................................. 23 Pacific Lutheran............................ 42 .................................................... 239

1981 (4-5-0)..................Tommy Lee

22 13 30 17 22 7 14 38 26 189

@Western Oregon........................ 28 Oregon Tech................................. 14 Western Washington..................... 14 @Eastern Oregon......................... 16 @Pacific Lutheran........................ 42 Linfield........................................... 43 @Lewis & Clark............................ 37 Pacific............................................. 6 Whitworth........................................ 0 .................................................... 200

1982 (1-8-0).................Joe Broeker

23 7 27 13 14 0 14 14 11 123

Western Oregon............................ 18 @Oregon Tech.............................. 21 @Western Washington................. 28 Eastern Oregon............................ 24 @Whitworth.................................. 19 Pacific Lutheran............................ 29 @Linfield....................................... 43 Lewis & Clark................................ 16 @Pacific........................................ 13 .....................................................211

1983 (1-8-0).................Joe Broeker

21 26 21 3 15 0 24 26 0 136

Western Oregon............................ 34 @Eastern Oregon......................... 31 Southern Oregon.......................... 42 @Oregon Tech.............................. 23 Pacific........................................... 37 Whitworth...................................... 46 @Pacific Lutheran........................ 42 Linfield........................................... 21 @Lewis & Clark.............................. 9 .................................................... 285

1984 (3-4-2).................Joe Broeker

17 14 13 28 1 17 13 21 8 0 115

Alumni............................................. 6 Oregon Tech................................. 14 @Western Oregon........................ 13 Eastern Oregon............................ 14 @Southern Oregon (34-38)*........... 0 Lewis & Clark................................ 16 @Pacific........................................ 35 @Whitworth.................................. 34 Pacific Lutheran............................ 21 @Linfield....................................... 55 .................................................... 202 * Willamette won by forfeit

1985 (6-2-1).................Joe Broeker

24 26 29 33 28 24 30 37 42 273

@Whitworth.................................. 14 Pacific Lutheran............................ 26 @Western Oregon........................ 36 @Linfield....................................... 36 Western Washington..................... 24 Southern Oregon.......................... 10 @Oregon Tech.............................. 14 Pacific............................................. 0 Lewis & Clark................................ 21 .................................................... 181

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1986 (4-5-0).................Joe Broeker

30 7 14 14 29 3 10 16 16 139

Whitworth........................................ 6 @Pacific Lutheran........................ 49 Western Oregon............................ 25 Linfield........................................... 49 @Western Washington................. 23 @Southern Oregon......................... 2 Oregon Tech................................. 13 @Pacific........................................ 53 @Lewis & Clark............................ 12 .................................................... 232

1987 (3-5-1).................Joe Broeker

7 13 12 13 17 29 24 21 24 27 180

Alumni........................................... 18 Western Washington..................... 28 Southern Oregon.......................... 23 @Western Oregon........................ 19 @Whitworth.................................... 7 Eastern Oregon............................ 22 @Oregon Tech.............................. 44 Linfield........................................... 38 @Pacific........................................ 24 @Lewis & Clark............................ 17 .................................................... 222

1988 (4-5-0).................Joe Broeker

20 28 20 35 27 35 22 6 21 21 215

Alumni............................................. 8 @Western Washington................. 27 @Southern Oregon....................... 42 Western Oregon............................ 22 Whitworth...................................... 37 @Eastern Oregon......................... 12 Oregon Tech................................. 43 @Linfield....................................... 52 Pacific........................................... 23 Lewis & Clark................................ 19 .................................................... 277

1995 (6-2-1)............... Dan Hawkins

20 16 39 15 49 40 50 42 35 28 314

Alumni........................................... 12 C. Washington (@ Kennewick)........21 Western Oregon............................ 14 @Southern Oregon....................... 23 Eastern Oregon............................ 10 Linfield............................................. 6 @Whitworth.................................. 18 Puget Sound................................. 32 Pacific Lutheran............................ 35 @Lewis & Clark............................ 12 .................................................... 171

1996 (9-2).................. Dan Hawkins

34 57 32 25 20 37 44 28 29 56 12 374

Central Washington...................... 14 @Western Oregon........................ 29 Southern Oregon.......................... 34 @Eastern Oregon......................... 21 @Linfield......................................... 3 Whitworth...................................... 26 @Puget Sound............................. 21 @Pacific Lutheran (OT)................ 27 Lewis & Clark................................ 23 Bethany, Kan.* (at Eugene).......... 35 @Western Washington**.............. 13 .................................................... 246 * NAIA Division II First Round ** NAIA Division II Quarterfinal

1997 (13-1)................ Dan Hawkins

1989 (6-2-1).................Joe Broeker

42 40 34 13 34 27 41 54 43 42 26 50 17 7 470

1990 (5-4-0).................Joe Broeker

1998 (7-3)............. Mark Speckman

31 52 36 17 26 7 31 35 28 28 260 27 13 25 29 36 23 20 41 13 23 223

Alumni........................................... 10 @Eastern Oregon......................... 28 Puget Sound................................. 29 Pacific........................................... 17 @Oregon Tech.............................. 14 @Western Washington................. 48 Southern Oregon.......................... 28 Simon Fraser................................ 21 @Western Oregon........................ 23 @Lewis & Clark............................ 54 .................................................... 262

Alumni........................................... 14 Eastern Oregon............................ 12 @Puget Sound............................. 28 @Pacific........................................ 25 Oregon Tech................................. 14 Western Washington..................... 17 @Southern Oregon....................... 29 @Simon Fraser............................. 28 Western Oregon............................ 21 Lewis & Clark................................ 57 .................................................... 231

1991 (4-5-0).................Joe Broeker

28 28 34 35 30 9 18 41 45 31 271

Alumni........................................... 22 @Simon Fraser............................. 31 Whitworth...................................... 21 Western Oregon............................ 20 @Eastern Oregon......................... 25 Southern Oregon.......................... 36 @Oregon Tech.............................. 20 Lewis & Clark................................ 51 Pacific............................................. 3 @Linfield....................................... 38 .................................................... 245

1992 (1-8-0).................Joe Broeker

9 24 29 29 29 28 34 18 22 222

@Pacific Lutheran........................ 42 Simon Fraser................................ 30 @Whitworth.................................. 30 @Western Oregon........................ 28 Eastern Oregon............................ 55 @Southern Oregon....................... 33 Oregon Tech................................. 39 @Lewis & Clark............................ 41 Linfield........................................... 55 .................................................... 353

1993 (5-4-0)............... Dan Hawkins

17 28 29 36 20 43 48 31 41 293

@Simon Fraser............................. 16 @Western Washington................. 37 Whitworth...................................... 27 Pacific Lutheran............................ 48 @Eastern Oregon......................... 24 @Lewis & Clark............................ 27 Southern Oregon.......................... 61 Linfield........................................... 28 @Western Oregon........................ 13 .................................................... 281

1994 (7-2-0)............... Dan Hawkins

27 42 14 47 10 1 34 28 14 6 218

Alumni............................................. 8 Simon Fraser................................ 15 Western Washington..................... 42 @Whitworth.................................. 39 @Pacific Lutheran.......................... 7 Eastern Oregon (23-26)*................ 0 Lewis & Clark................................ 13 @Southern Oregon....................... 23 @Linfield....................................... 49 Western Oregon.............................. 0 .................................................... 214 * Willamette won by forfeit

63 24 24 38 58 19 21 35 19 35 336

Humboldt State............................. 14 @Chapman..................................... 6 @Central Washington................... 21 Eastern Oregon.............................. 7 @Lewis & Clark............................ 14 Linfield............................................. 0 Southern Oregon.......................... 27 @Puget Sound............................... 0 Pacific Lutheran.............................. 6 @Whitworth.................................... 7 Western Oregon (OT)*.................. 20 Montana Tech** (Corvalis)............ 24 Sioux Falls, S.D.# (Portland).......... 7 Findlay, Ohio% (Savannah, TN)... 14 .................................................... 167 * NAIA Division II First Round ** NAIA Division II Quarterfinal # NAIA Division II Semifinal % NAIA Division II Championship @Colorado College........................ 6 @Humboldt State........................... 7 Central Washington (OT).............. 27 @Eastern Oregon......................... 20 Lewis & Clark................................ 14 @Linfield....................................... 20 @Southern Oregon....................... 18 Puget Sound..................................11 @Pacific Lutheran........................ 21 Whitworth...................................... 28 .................................................... 172

1999 (7-4)............. Mark Speckman

51 42 3 24 29 7 41 31 42 28 24 322

Colorado College............................ 6 Chapman...................................... 13 Humboldt State............................... 9 @Southern Oregon....................... 38 Pacific Lutheran............................ 20 @Eastern Oregon......................... 28 @Puget Sound............................. 14 Whitworth...................................... 16 @Lewis & Clark.............................. 6 Linfield............................................. 7 Pacific Lutheran (NCAA)............... 28 .................................................... 185

2000 (3-7)............. Mark Speckman

32 0 14 0 27 0 34 12 30 7 156

@Chapman (Calif.)....................... 20 @Trinity (Texas)............................ 21 Puget Sound................................. 17 Western Oregon............................ 23 Southern Oregon (3 OT)............... 24 @Whitworth.................................... 9 Eastern Oregon............................ 25 @Pacific Lutheran........................ 48 Lewis & Clark................................ 33 @Linfield....................................... 28 .................................................... 248

2001 (4-5)............. Mark Speckman

21 17 43 38 27 14 0 42 13 215

@Eastern Oregon......................... 14 Central Washington...................... 24 @Puget Sound*............................ 20 Chapman (Calif.)........................... 14 @Southern Oregon....................... 29 Whitworth*..................................... 17 Pacific Lutheran*........................... 13 @Lewis & Clark*........................... 20 Linfield*......................................... 20 .................................................... 171

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(Continued from Previous Page) 2002 (6-4)............. Mark Speckman

52 26 28 52 52 31 63 30 21 20 375

Redlands....................................... 28 @Mary Hardin Baylor (TX)........... 42 @Humboldt State......................... 42 Menlo College............................... 30 @ Chapman (CA)......................... 21 @Whitworth*................................. 44 Puget Sound*................................ 24 @Pacific Lutheran*....................... 23 Lewis & Clark*.............................. 14 @Linfield*...................................... 32 .................................................... 300

2003 (7-3)............. Mark Speckman

35 15 29 19 54 24 31 36 59 21 323

@Redlands................................... 17 Mary Hardin-Baylor (TX)............... 27 Eastern Oregon............................ 12 @Menlo College........................... 41 Chapman (Calif.)............................. 0 Whitworth........................................ 7 @Puget Sound............................. 21 Pacific Lutheran............................ 27 Lewis & Clark.................................. 7 Linfield........................................... 34 .................................................... 193

2004 (7-4)............. Mark Speckman 38 22

Western Oregon............................ 21 @Mary Hardin-Baylor (2 OT)........ 25

13 28 21 55 21 26 28 14 14 280

@Eastern Oregon*....................... 20 Menlo College............................... 14 Puget Sound................................. 19 Lewis & Clark.................................. 6 @Southern Oregon....................... 10 @Pacific Lutheran........................ 21 Whitworth...................................... 17 @Linfield....................................... 48 Occidental (NCAA)....................... 28 .................................................... 229 * Eastern Oregon later forfeited

2005 (5-4)............. Mark Speckman

0 24 13 52 21 34 34 40 21 239

@Western Oregon........................ 35 Mary Hardin-Baylor (TX)............... 45 @Azusa Pacific............................. 31 Menlo............................................ 20 @Puget Sound^............................ 17 Southern Oregon (2 OT)............... 28 Pacific Lutheran^.......................... 27 @Whitworth^ (OT)........................ 34 Linfield^......................................... 63 ............. ^ NWC game................. 300

2006 (2-7)............. Mark Speckman

0 7 16 41 14

Western Oregon............................ 42 Gustavus Adolphus (MN).............. 35 @California Lutheran.................... 26 @ Menlo^...................................... 35 @ Linfield^.................................... 42

26 14 61 7 186

Puget Sound^............................... 34 @Whitworth^................................. 28 Lewis &Clark^............................... 14 @Pacific Lutheran^....................... 38 ............. ^ NWC game................. 294

2007 (4-6)............. Mark Speckman

49 Puget Sound^............................... 27 28 Menlo^............................................. 3 48 Occidental (NCAA)....................... 33 27 Wisconsin-Whitewater (NCAA)..... 30 498 * ............. ^ NWC game................. 233 * Willamette’s single-season scoring record

9 @Western Oregon........................ 23 25 @Gustavus Adolphus (MN).......... 34 14 California Lutheran......................... 7 27 Southern Oregon.......................... 34 33 Linfield^......................................... 32 7 @ Puget Sound^........................... 13 32 @ Menlo^...................................... 14 17 Whitworth^ (OT)............................ 20 77 @Lewis &Clark^#.......................... 17 10 Pacific Lutheran^.......................... 17 251 ............. ^ NWC game..................211 # Willamette’s single-game scoring record

17 20 22 52 42 69 35 27 50 48 382

2008 (11-1)............ Mark Speckman

2010 (7-3)............. Mark Speckman

35 31 31 40 32 76 45 52

Concordia-Moorhead (MN)........... 21 @ California Lutheran................... 17 Southern Oregon.......................... 23 @ La Verne (Calif.)......................... 0 @ Whitworth^................................ 23 Lewis & Clark^.............................. 10 @ Pacific Lutheran^...................... 18 @ Linfield^.................................... 28

2009 (8-2)............. Mark Speckman

33 22 42 7 69 52 32 28

@ Concordia-Moorhead (MN)...... 24 California Lutheran....................... 13 @ Southern Oregon...................... 15 La Verne (Calif.).............................. 7 Whitworth^.................................... 13 @ Lewis & Clark^......................... 24 Pacific Lutheran^.......................... 17 Linfield^......................................... 30 @ Puget Sound^............................. 6 @ Menlo^...................................... 10 ............. ^ NWC game................. 159

@ Wisconsin-Stevens Point......... 14 @ Hardin-Simmons...................... 31 Southern Oregon.......................... 24 @ Linfield^.................................... 35 @ Pacific^....................................... 7 Puget Sound^............................... 21 Menlo............................................ 15 @ Whitworth^................................ 12

65 Lewis & Clark^.............................. 24 21 @ Pacific Lutheran^...................... 24 371 ............. ^ NWC game................. 207

2011 (4-6)............. Mark Speckman

6 24 31 10 49 49 10 24 57 6 266

Wisconsin-Stevens Point................ 8 Hardin-Simmons........................... 30 Southern Oregon............................ 9 Linfield^......................................... 20 Pacific^............................................ 7 @ Puget Sound^........................... 31 @ Portland State *........................ 36 Whitworth^........................ (2 OT) 25 @ Lewis & Clark^......................... 28 Pacific Lutheran^.......................... 13 ............. ^ NWC game................. 207

2012 (8-2)................... Glen Fowles

58 38 51 28 38 56 27 10 35 55 396

@ Hardin-Simmons...................... 34 East Texas Baptist........................ 24 Pacific........................................... 17 @ Sewanee (Tenn.)...................... 24 @ Whitworth^................................ 24 Lewis & Clark^.............................. 20 @ Pacific Lutheran^...................... 41 @ Linfield^.................................... 45 @ Pacific^..................................... 31 Puget Sound^................................. 0 ............. ^ NWC game................. 260

Willamette Head-to-Head Records vs. All Opponents Overall Record Opponent W L T Albany College 16 1 0 Azusa Pacific (Calif.) 0 1 0 Bethany (Kan.) 1 0 0 British Columbia (Canada) 9 1 0 California 0 0 1 California-Davis 1 0 1 California Lutheran 3 1 0 California Poly-SLO 0 2 0 Central Washington 5 4 0 Chapman (Calif.) 6 0 0 Chemawa 14 2 3 Chico State (Calif.) 5 5 0 Colorado College 2 0 0 Concordia-Moorhead 1 1 0 East Texas Baptist 1 0 0 Eastern Oregon 16 6 0 Eastern Washington 3 2 0 Findlay (Ohio) 0 1 0 Fresno State (Calif.) 0 3 1 Ft. Stevens (Colo.) 1 0 0 Gonzaga (Wash.) 0 2 0 Gustavus Adolphus 0 2 0 Hardin-Simmons (Texas) 1 2 0 Hawaii 0 3 2 Hill Military Academy 1 0 0 Humboldt State (Calif.) 5 6 0 College of Idaho 32 10 3 University of Idaho 0 2 0 La Verne 2 0 0 Linfield 35 47 3 Lewis & Clark 40 22 2 Mary Hardin-Baylor (Tex.) 0 4 0 Menlo 8 1 0 Montana 1 0 0 Montana Tech 1 0 0 Multnomah Athl. Club (Ore.) 4 9 1 Mount Angel (Ore.) 3 0 0 Nevada-Reno 5 7 0 Northern Arizona 0 1 0 Occidental 1 1 0

Last Meeting Result 42-0 W 31-13 L 56-35 W 28-0 W 0-0 T 20-0 W 20-13 W 19-12 L 24-17 L 54-0 W 36-0 W 24-22 L 51-6 W 24-17 L 38-24 W 20-13 L 17-8 W 13-7 W 27-12 L 17-0 W 28-0 L 34-25 L 58-34 W 14-12 L 23-3 W 42-28 L 14-6 W 79-0 L 52-7 W 45-10 L 56-20 W 45-24 L 32-15 W 30-9 W 50-24 W 28-7 W 1-0 W 39-6 L 7-0 L 48-33 W

Last First Played Meeting (Year) (Year) 1936 1899 2005 2005 1996 1996 1969 1946 1905 1905 1958 1957 2009 2006 1954 1953 2001 1948 2003 1997 1923 1896 1979 1949 1999 1998 2009 2008 2012 2012 2004 1948 1972 1949 1997 1997 1956 1936 1904 1904 1914 1914 2007 2006 2012 2010 1962 1941 1910 1910 2002 1954 1977 1923 1949 1941 2009 2008 2012 1902 2012 1948 2005 2002 2010 2002 1912 1912 1997 1997 1926 1899 1916 1909 1976 1936 1958 1958 2008 2004

Overall Record Opponent W L T Oregon 2 21 1 U. of O. Armyducks 1 0 0 U. of O. Law School 1 0 0 Oregon State 3 21 0 Oregon Tech 3 10 1 Pacific Lutheran (Wash.) 16 25 2 Pacific 57 25 5 Univ. of the Pacific (Calif.) 0 1 0 Portland Air Base 1 0 0 Portland 7 5 2 Portland State 0 1 0 Puget Sound (Wash.) 44 25 6 Redlands (Calif.) 1 0 0 Reed 1 0 0 Rocky Mountain (Mont.) 1 0 0 Salem High School 1 0 0 Salem YMCA 0 5 0 San Diego Marines (Calif.) 1 3 0 San Jose State (Calif.) 2 4 0 Santa Barbara (Calif.) 1 2 0 Sewanee (Tenn.) 1 0 0 Simon Fraser (Canada) 4 2 0 Sioux Falls (S.D.) 1 0 0 Southern Oregon 17 13 0 Stanford (Calif.) 0 1 0 Trinity (Texas) 0 1 0 Troy State (Ala.) 0 1 0 Vancouver Barracks (Wash.) 3 0 0 Washington 0 9 1 Washington State 1 2 0 Western Oregon 20 14 2 Western Washington 7 6 0 UW-Stevens Point 1 1 0 UW-Whitewater 1 0 0 Whitman (Wash.) 40 18 2 Whitworth (Wash.) 31 18 0 Whittier (Calif.) 3 3 0

All-Time Record

Last Meeting Result 20-0 L 25-6 W 60-0 W 20-0 L 39-34 L 41-27 L 35-31 W 56-0 L 27-0 L 9-6 W 36-10 L 55-0 W 35-17 W 21-12 W 20-13 W 20-0 W 6-0 L 34-14 W 44-6 L 46-7 L 28-24 W 42-15 W 17-7 W 31-9 W 12-0 L 21-0 L 63-10 L 20-0 W 71-0 L 30-0 L 23-9 L 13-12 L 8-6 L 30-27 L 16-9 L 38-24 W 19-0 W

499 387 38

Last First Played Meeting (Year) (Year) 1931 1895 1943 1943 1913 1913 1937 1895 1992 1979 2012 1966 2012 1894 1847 1947 1947 1947 1948 1904 2011 2011 2012 1911 2003 2002 1919 1919 1977 1977 1907 1907 1894 1894 1944 1938 1946 1934 1948 1938 2012 2012 1994 1989 1997 1997 2011 1933 1905 1905 2000 2000 1968 1968 1917 1911 1944 1906 1935 1905 2007 1895 1996 1953 2011 2010 2008 2008 1976 1906 2012 1908 1947 1936

2012

1894

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WILLAMETTE FOOTBALL RECORDS

NOTE: Some records cover the 114-year history of Willamette football, including the current season. Other records go back only to 1984. Partial records show in parentheses the earliest year researched in that category. If no year is listed after the date of the record, then it is an all-time record.

Individual Records Participation Games Played Games Played/Career........................................ 45, Ardell Bailey, 1995-99 Games Started/Career.................................... 43, Rodney Wood, 1994-97 Consecutive Starts.......................................... 43, Rodney Wood, 1994-97

Rushing Carries Game.............................................................................. 43, Bill Gray, 1976 Season...................................................................... 226, Brett Davis, 1990 Career..................................................................601, Brett Davis, 1988-90 Yards Game................................... 275, Dan Mahle, vs. Whitman, Nov. 14, 1970 Season.............................................................. 1,240, Drew Ecklund, 2002 Career.......................................................... 2,859, Stan Solomon, 1957-60 Longest..........................90 yards, Andy Miguel vs. Linfield, Nov. 11, 2000 90 yards, Justin Peterson vs. Southern Oregon, Oct. 6, 2001 Touchdowns Game................................................... 7, John Oravec, vs. Whitman, 1934 Season..................................................................... 20, John Oravec, 1934 Career................................................................. 41, John Oravec, 1932-35

Passing Completions Game...........38, Todde Greenough, vs. Southern Oregon, Sept. 26, 1987 Season.......................................................................273, Josh Dean, 2012 Career......................................................571, Todde Greenough, 1984-88 Attempts Game............................ 58, John Horner, vs. Lewis & Clark, Oct. 31, 1992 Season.......................................................................422, Josh Dean, 2012 Career...................................................1,024, Todde Greenough, 1984-88 Yards Game...............................473, Todd Simis vs. Simon Fraser, Oct. 27, 1990 Season....................................................................3,345, Josh Dean, 2012 Career...................................................7,872, Todde Greenough, 1984-88 Longest.....94, Todde Greenough to David Shirley, vs. Whitworth, Oct. 8, 1988 Touchdowns Game............................. 6, Josh Dean, vs. Hardin-Simmons, Sept. 1, 2012 6, John Horner, vs. Lewis & Clark, Oct. 23, 1993 Season.........................................................................34, Josh Dean, 2012 Career..................................................................74, John Horner, 1990-93

Receiving Catches Game.............................14, Jeff Jones, vs. Western Oregon, Oct. 5, 1985 Season........................................................................ 77, Justin Pate, 1993 Career...............................................................181, David Shirley, 1988-91 Consecutive games with a Catch.......................36, David Shirley, 1988-91 Yards Game...........................244, Jeff Jones, vs. Western Oregon, Oct. 5, 1985 Season................................................................... 1,232, Justin Pate, 1993 Career............................................................3,047, David Shirley, 1988-91 Touchdowns Game................................4, Jake Knecht, vs. Lewis & Clark, Nov. 5, 2011 4, Scott Schoettgen, vs. Lewis & Clark, Nov. 6, 2010 4, Scott Schoettgen, vs. Puget Sound, Nov. 7, 2009 4, Justin Pate, vs. Linfield, Nov. 6, 1993 4, Darren Holsey, vs. Puget Sound, Sept. 23, 1989 4, Gib Gilmore, 1967 Season........................................................................ 18, Justin Pate, 1993 Career............................................... 36, Scott Schoettgen, 2006, 2008-10 Consecutive Catches for a TD............................... 6, Scott Stehman, 1985

Total Offense Plays Game.................. 70, Todde Greenough, vs. Lewis & Clark, Nov. 14, 1988 Season.......................................................................531, Josh Dean, 2013 Career...................................................1,260, Todde Greenough, 1984-88

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Yards Game......................... 461, Josh Dean, vs. Hardin-Simmons, Sept. 1, 2012 Season....................................................................3,515, Josh Dean, 2012 Career......................................................7,844, Chuck Pinkerton, 1994-97 Touchdowns Game................................................... 7, John Oravec, vs. Whitman, 1934 Season..................................................................... 20, John Oravec, 1934 Career..................................................................79, John Horner, 1990-93

Scoring Points Game................................................. 42, John Oravec, vs. Whitman, 1934 Season................................................................... 120, John Oravec, 1934 Career............................................................... 249, John Oravec, 1932-35

All-Purpose Yards Game............................................... 297, John Oravec, vs. Whitman, 1934 Season...................................................................1,735, Merben Woo, 2008 Career.......................................................... 4,398, Gerry Preston, 1983-86

Kicking Field Goals Made Game........................................................................... 3, by several players Season..................................................................9, Jared Benedetti, 1990 Career............................................................25, Jared Benedetti, 1990-93 Longest...................................... 51, Pete Smith, vs. Pacific Lutheran, 1985 Field Goals Attempted Game..................................................................................................... N/A Season....................13, Jared Benedetti, 1990, 1992; Duncan Libby, 1998 Career................................................................ 41, Matt Bicocca, 2004-07 Extra Points Made Game.............................11, Matt Bicocca, vs. Lewis & Clark, Nov. 3, 2007 Season.................................................................62, Mitchell Rowan, 2008 Career...........................................................115, Mitchell Rowan, 2008-11 Extra Points Attempted Game.............................11, Matt Bicocca, vs. Lewis & Clark, Nov. 3, 2007 Season.................................................................66, Mitchell Rowan, 2008 Career...........................................................127, Mitchell Rowan, 2008-11

Punting Attempts Game...................................................12, Josh Palanuk, vs. Whitworth, 1987 Season.......................................................................64, Clint Moran, 2004 Career................................................................ 201, Clint Moran, 2004-07 Yards Game..........................419, Bob Bergquist, vs. Oregon Tech, Oct. 7, 1989 Season..................................................................2,130, Clint Moran, 2004 Career............................................................. 7,289, Clint Moran, 2004-07 Longest...............................67, Clinton Moran, vs. Linfield, Sept. 29, 2007

Punt Returns Attempts Game........................................................................... 5, by several players Season................................................... 40, Kamell Eckroth-Bernard, 1997 Career............................................... 70, Kamell Eckroth-Bernard, 1996-99 Yards Game.................. 122, Kamell Eckroth-Bernard, vs. Linfield, Oct. 18, 1997 Season................................................. 424, Kamell Eckroth-Bernard, 1997 Career............................................. 652, Kamell Eckroth-Bernard, 1996-99 Longest..................75, Kamell Eckroth-Bernard, vs. Linfield, Oct. 18, 1997 Touchdowns/Season................................... 2, Kamell Eckroth-Bernard, 1997

Kickoff Returns Attempts Game...........................................6, Brett Davis, vs. Linfield, Oct. 29, 1988 6, Wes Randall, vs. Linfield, Sept. 30, 2006 (1984) Season.......................................................31, Eddie Rainford, 1996 (1983) Career...................................................... 60, Derek Louch, 1984-87 (1984) Yards Game................ 140, Wes Randall, vs. Puget Sound, Oct. 14, 2006 (1984) Season.....................................................688, Eddie Rainford, 1996 (1983) Career.............................................................. 1,348, Jose Green, 2007-10 Longest......................... 95 (TD), Marcus Lawrence, E. Oregon, Oct. 12, 1991

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Kickoff Returns (Cont.)

Yards Game................ 140, Wes Randall, vs. Puget Sound, Oct. 14, 2006 (1984) Season.....................................................688, Eddie Rainford, 1996 (1983) Career.............................................................. 1,348, Jose Green, 2007-10 Longest......................... 95 (TD), Marcus Lawrence, E. Oregon, Oct. 12, 1991

Defense Total Tackles Game.....................................22, Brett Sullivan, vs. Lewis & Clark, Oct. 13, 1984 22, Brett Sullivan, vs. Western Oregon, Oct. 3, 1987 (1984) Season.........................................................125, Brett Sullivan, 1984 and 1987 (1983) Tackles for Losses Season.............................................................19 (109 yards), Eric Thomson, 1997 Career........................................................ 50 (250 yards), Eric Thomson, 1997-00 Quarterback Sacks Season...............................................................12 (92 yards), Eric Thomson, 1997 Career....................................................... 35 (249 yards), Aaron Lawson, 1995-99 Fumble Recoveries Game........................................................................................2, by several players Career..................................................7, Logan Lord, 2001-04; Brett Sullivan, 1983-87; 7, Rodney Wood, 1994-97 (1984) Interceptions Game..............................3, Kamell Eckroth-Bernard, vs. Whitworth, Nov. 30, 1999 3, Shawn Spain, vs. Lewis & Clark, Nov. 14, 1987 3, Tom Williams, N/A Season.................................................................................. 8, Tom Williams, 1967 Career............................................................................20, Tom Williams, 1967-70 Longest Return............100 yards, Jeff Kahler, vs. Concordia-Moor., Sept. 6, 2008

Team Records Rushing Yards Game............................................................ 599, vs. Lewis & Clark, Nov. 3, 2007 Season.................................................................................................... 3,940, 1997 9-game Season....................................................................................... 2,585, 1995 10-game Season..................................................................................... 3,500, 2002 11-game Season..................................................................................... 3,548, 1999 Longest Rush.................................................90 yards, vs. Linfield, Nov. 11, 2000 90 yards, vs. Southern Oregon, Oct. 6, 2001 Yards Per Game Season.................................................................................................... 345.3, 2003 Attempts Game.........................75, vs. Whitworth, Nov. 14, 1998; vs. Menlo, Oct. 20, 2007 Season....................................................................................................... 744, 1997 9-game Season.......................................................................................... 455, 1995 10-game Season........................................................................................ 584, 1998 11-game Season........................................................................................ 595, 1999 Touchdowns Game........................................................................... 11, vs. Lewis & Clark, 2007 Season......................................................................................................... 49, 1997

Passing

9-game Season..........................................................................................663, 1987 10-game Season........................................................................................751, 1998 Yards Game............................................... 738 vs. Bethany (Kan.), Nov. 23, 1996 Season.......................................................................................5,802, 1997 9-game Season..........................................................................3,761, 1995 10-game season........................................................................4,595, 2002 Touchdowns Game.........................11, vs. Lewis & Clark, 2007; vs. Lewis & Clark, 2008 Season............................................................................................69, 2008 9-game Season...............................................................40, 1993 and 1995 10-game Season.................................................58, 2008 (Regular Season)

Scoring Points Game.................................................... 77, vs. Lewis & Clark (77-17), Season..........................................................................................498, 9-game Season.............................................................................314, 10-game Season...........................................................................423,

2007 2008 1995 2008

First downs Total Game................................................ 36, vs. Bethany (Kan.), Nov. 23, Season..........................................................................................296, 9-game Season.............................................................198, 1992 and 10-game Season...........................................................................217,

1996 1997 1993 1998

Punt Returns Attempts Game................................6, vs. Lewis & Clark, 1984; vs. Oregon Tech, 1986 Season............................................................................................49, 1997 Yards Game........................................................... 122 vs. Linfield, Oct. 18, 1997 Season..........................................................................................488, 1997

Kickoff Returns Attempts Game...................................................................................9, several times Season.................................................................................58, 1992 (1983) Yards Game................................................... 237, vs Pacific, Nov. 9, 1985 (1984) Season...............................................................................937, 1992 (1983)

Rushing Defense Fewest Yards Allowed Game................................................................ -48, vs. Puget Sound, 1964 9-game Season..................................................................752, 1995 (1983) 10-game Season...........................................................................680, 1997 11-game Season...........................................................................870, 1999

Passing Defense Fewest Yards Allowed Game..................................... 20, vs. Menlo College, Oct. 20, 2007 (1984) 9-game Season....................................................................1,462, 1984 (1983) 10-game Season........................................................................1,215, 1997

Yards Game........................................................... 475, vs. Western Oregon, Oct. 5, 1985 Season.................................................................................................... 2,754, 1990 Longest Pass.......................................................... 94, vs. Whitworth, Oct. 8, 1988 Completions Game........................................................ 38, vs. Southern Oregon, Sept. 26, 1987 Season....................................................................................................... 222, 1990 Attempts Game..................................................... 55 vs. Western Washington, Oct. 14, 1989 Season....................................................................................................... 363, 1987 Touchdowns Game............................................................ 6, vs. Hardin-Simmons, Sept. 1, 2012 6, vs. Lewis & Clark, Oct. 23, 1993 Season......................................................................................................... 28, 1989 Consecutive Games with a TD pass................. 66 (Game 1, 1987-Game 3, 1994)

Total Defense

Total Offense

Highest Ever by Willamette................................................ 2nd (NAIA), 1997 (13-1) In Final Poll by Willamette.................................... 2nd (NAIA), 1997 (13-1) In Preseason Poll by Willamette................................. 8th (NCAA III), 2009

Plays Game.......................................................... 105, vs. Lewis & Clark, Nov. 10, 1990 Season....................................................................................................... 969, 1997

Fewest Yards Allowed Game..................................... 61, vs. Menlo College, Oct. 20, 2007 (1984) 9-game Season...............................................................2,958, 1986 (1983) 10-game Season........................................................................1,895, 1997 Fewest Points Allowed 9-game Season...............................................................................41, 1958 10-game Season.............................................................................57, 1941 Fumble Recoveries Game.............................................. 5, vs. Whitworth, Oct. 10, 1987 (1984) Season.................................................................................15, 2008 (1983) Interceptions By Willamette Defense/Game.............7, vs. Lewis & Clark, Nov. 14, 1987 By Willamette Defense/Season......................................................23, 1997

National Rankings

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NCAA DIVISION III

Willamette Playoff History NCAA Division III Football Playoffs 1999 First Round

vs. Pacific Lutheran.............. 28-24 L 2004 First Round

vs. Occidental (Calif.)........... 28-14 L 2008 First Round

vs. Occidental (Calif.)........... 48-33 W Second Round

vs. Wisconsin-Whitewater... 30-27 L

NAIA Division II Football Playoffs 1968 First Round

vs. Troy State (Ala.)............... 63-10 L 1996 First Round

Willamette is a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association and competes in Division III, which has 447 members and is the largest NCAA division. Division III is about following your passions and discovering your potential. The college experience is a time of learning and growth. For student-athletes in Division III, this happens in the classroom, through athletics and, ultimately, by earning an academic degree. The Division III experience provides student-athletes with the opportunity to participate in a competitive athletic environment. Studen-athletes can push themselves to excellence. At WU, studentathletes are encouraged to pursue their full passions and find their potential through a comprehensive educational experience. Athletes in Division III do not receive financial aid related to athletic ability. Willamette and other NCAA Division III members encourage students to participate by maximizing the number and variety of athletic opportunities. An emphasis is placed on conference and regional play. Willamette often sends its teams to California, Idaho, Washington and Texas for in-region games.

Willamette and the other eight members of the Northwest Conference shifted their affiliation to the NCAA in 1998. In almost every sport, the winner of the NWC earns an automatic bid to the NCAA Division III national championship bracket. The WU football team has competed in the NCAA Playoffs three times: 1999, 2004 and 2008. In 2008, Willamette was the #1 seed in the West Region and defeated Occidental in the first round of the playoffs before falling to eventual national runnerup University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. WU reached the playoffs in the NAIA in 1968, 1996 and 1997. NCAA Division III members establish an environment with cultural diversity and gender equity among student-athletes and staff. In Division III, faculty and staff focus on the well-being of student-athletes.

Chuck Pinkerton was a starter at quarterback in 1997. He is now WU’s quarterback coach.

In 2008, Deon Horne ran with the ball 137 times for 988 yards and 12 touchdowns.

vs. Bethany (Kan.)................. 56-35 W Quarterfinal

at Western Washington......13-12 L 1997 First Round

vs. Western Oregon............. 26-20 W Quarterfinal

vs. Montana Tech................. 50-24 W Semifinal

vs. Sioux Falls (S.D.)............... 17-7 W Championship

vs. Findlay (Ohio)................... 14-7 L Played in Savannah, Tenn.

Willamette advanced to the NAIA Division II Championship Game in 1997. The Bearcats went 13-1 and did not lose until falling to Findlay (Ohio), 14-7, in the title game.

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FOOTBALL AWARDS SINCE 1998

All-America 2012 Cody Pastorino (S) Second Team, D3Football.com

2009 Ralph Pineda (ILB) Third Team, D3Football.com

2008 Jake Forshey (OT) Second Team, D3Football.com Merben Woo (FL) Second Team, D3Football.com

2007 Brandon Bennett (OT) First Team, AFCA First Team, NIC All-Fraternity Second Team, Associated Press Little All-America Third Team, D3Football.com

2006 Brandon Bennett (OT) First Team, AFCA First Team, NIC All-Fraternity Third Team, Associated Press Little All-America Honorable Mention, D3Football.com

All-West Region 2012 Cody Pastorino (S) First Team Taylor Reeder (OT) Second Team Ben Lyons (DE) Third Team

2010 Ralph Pineda (ILB) Second Team

2009 Ralph Pineda (ILB) First Team Ron Carter (C) Third Team Scott Hirschberger (C) Third Team Joe Penkala (OT) Third Team

2008 Merben Woo (FL) First Team Jake Forshey (OT) First Team Jose Green (PR/KR) First Team

Brandon Bennett (OT) Honorable Mention, D3Football.com

Billy Joe Murray (OL) Second Team, D3Football.com Morgan Smith (OL) Honorable Mention, D3Football.com

2002 Billy Joe Murray (OL) Third Team, Hewlett-Packard

1998 Brandon Folkert (LB) Third Team, Hewlett-Packard Brian Greer (OL) First Team, AFCA Second Team, Hewlett-Packard

Brandon Bennett (OT) First Team

2006 Brandon Bennett (OT) Second Team

2005 Brandon Bennett (OT) Third Team

2004 Nate Matlock (DL) Third Team

2001 Matt Benjamin (DB) Third Team

1999 Ryan Gold (OL) Second Team Aaron Lawson (DL) Second Team Kamell Eckroth-Bernard (DB) Second Team

2006 Tim Alton (DB) — First Team

2004 2003

2007

CoSIDA Academic All-America

2005

Nate Matlock (DL) First Team, AFCA

Deon Horne (TB) Second Team Jack Bevins (ILB) Third Team

CoSIDA Academic All-District 2012

2006

Kyle Derby (PK) First Team

Kevin Dean (FB) First Team Ben Weyerhaeuser (SS) First Team

2010 Luis Guerra (OT/OG) First Team Dennis Plzak (OG) First Team Scott Schoettgen (WR) First Team

2005 Kevin Dean (FB) First Team Tim Alton (DB) First Team

2004

2008 Jack Bevins (ILB) First Team

Nate Matlock (DL) First Team

2007 Matt Bicocca (PK) First Team

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FIRST TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE

First Team All-Northwest Conference Since 1998 (99 selections) 2012 — Benny Weischedel, TE, San Pedro, Calif.; Taylor Reeder, OT, Salinas, Calif.; Ben Lyons, DE, Anchorage, Alaska; Jack Nelson, ILB, Portland, Ore.; Cody Pastorino, S, Glenn, Calif. 2011 — Jamiere Abney, TB, Bremerton, Wash.; Jake Knecht, WR, Issaquah, Wash.; Taylor Reeder, OT, Salinas, Calif.; Kenny Miller, C, Woodland, Wash.; Ryan Bourke, DE, Bothell, Wash.; Harmon Bruno, OLB, Danville, Wash.; Cody Pastorino, S, Glenn, Calif.; Mitch Rowan, PK/P, Cotati, Calif.

2010 — Kenny Miller, C, Woodland, Wash.; Scott Schoettgen, WR, Columbia, Calif.; Walter Robinson II, DE, Altadena, Calif.; Juan Alvarado, DT, Stockton, Calif.; Ralph Pineda, ILB, Los Angeles, Calif.; Harmon Bruno, OLB, Danville, Calif.; Arlin Taylor, S, Spring Valley, Calif.

2009 — Scott Hirschberger, C, Beaverton, Ore.; Joe Penkala, OT, Niles, Ill.; Scott Schoettgen, WR, Columbia, Calif.; Ron Carter, DT, Atwater, Calif.; Cory Lowe, DE, Beaverton, Ore.; Ralph Pineda, ILB, Los Angeles, Calif.; Lukkes Gilgan, FS, Sherwood, Ore.; Arlin Taylor, SS, Spring Valley, Calif. 2008 — Grant Leslie, QB, Bainbridge Island, Wash.; Deon Horne, TB, Issaquah, Wash.; Merben Woo, FL, Salinas, Calif.; Scott Hirschberger, C, Beaverton, Ore.; Jake Forshey, OT, Santa Ynez, Calif.; Marcus Ford, DE,

Marina, Calif.; Tommy Grove, ILB, Moccasin, Calif.; Jack Bevins, ILB, Park City, Utah; Ryan Bettencourt, CB, Danville, Calif.; Arlin Taylor, SS, Spring Valley, Calif.

2007 — Brandon Bennett, OL, San Marcos, Calif.; Matt Bicocca, PK, San Andreas, Calif.; Clint Moran, P, Mission Viejo, Calif.; Mitchell MacCready, DL, Manteca, Calif.; Phil Sweet, LB, Albany, Ore.; Taylor Hermes, LB, Keizer, Ore. 2006 — Ryan Hernandez, FL, Portland, Ore.; Brandon Bennett, OL, San Marcos, Calif.; Matt Bicocca, PK, San Andreas, Calif. 2005 — Quentin Brock, RB, Fresno, Calif.; Brandon Bennett, OL, San Marcos, Calif.; Megdy Khoury, LB, Elko, Nev. 2004 — Quentin Brock, RB, Fresno, Calif.; Chad Dybdahl, OL, Dixon, Calif.; Nate Matlock, DL, Boise, Idaho; Blake Cam, DL, Eagle Point, Ore.; Logan Lord, LB, Reno, Nev. 2003 — Greg Reed, FL, Suisun City, Calif.; Nate Oltmans, OL, Boulder, Colo.; Billy Joe Murray, OL, Las Vegas, Nev.; Morgan Smith, OL, Kent, Wash.; Nate Matlock, DL, Boise, Idaho; Logan Lord, LB, Reno, Nev.; Ken Halpin, LB, Medford, Ore.; Marcus Boards, DB, Vista, Calif. 2002 — Drew Ecklund, RB, San Luis Obispo, Calif.; Greg Reed, FL, Suisun City, Calif.; Isaac Parker, OL,

Honolulu, Hawaii; Billy Joe Murray, OL, Las Vegas, Nev.; Morgan Smith, OL, Kent, Wash.; Nate Matlock, DL, Boise, Idaho; Marcus Boards, DB, Vista, Calif.; Duncan Libby, PK, Seattle, Wash.

2001 — Greg Reed, RB, Suisun City, Calif.; Billy Joe Murray, OL, Las Vegas, Nev.; Nate Matlock, DL, Bosie, Idaho; Colin Campbell, LB, Las Vegas, Nev.; Matt Benjamin, DB, Tillamook, Ore.; Kyle Hughes, P, Salem, Ore. 2000 — Andy Miguel, SB, Woodland, Calif.; Tom Bailey, OL, Orangeville, Calif.; Eric Thomson, DL, Merced, Calif.; Andy Eckley, LB, Tillamook, Ore. 1999 — Tim Blair, SB, Ashland, Ore.; Ryan Gold, OL, Encinatas, Calif.; Kevin Simmons, OL, Portland, Ore.; David Lizaola, DL, Salinas, Calif.; Aaron Lawson, DL, Coulterville, Calif.; Mica Dayborn, LB, Pocatello, Idaho; Bill Reid, LB, Santa Cruz, Calif.; Kyle Banks, DB, Eugene, Ore.; Kamell Eckroth-Bernard, DB, Eugene, Ore. 1998 — Tim Blair, SB, Cave Junction, Ore.; Brian Greer, OL, San Diego, Calif.; Ryan Gold, OL, Encinatas, Calif.; Geoff Hulbert, OL, Colusa, Calif.; Bill Jones, KR, Redding, Calif.; David Lizaola, DL, Salinas, Calif.; Brandon Folkert, LB, Salem, Ore.; Kyle Banks, DB, Eugene, Ore.; Jeremy Senn, DB, Beaverton, Ore.

Former Bearcats: Where are They Now? Dr. Tim Alton (M.D.)

B.A. - WU, 2005 M.D. - Wake Forest, 2010 Resides: Seattle, Wash. Hometown: Oregon City, Ore. Occupation: Medical Doctor Football Honors: Safety; H.M. All-NWC, 2005; 1st Team Academic All-America, 2005; Team Captain.

Blake Cam

B.A. - WU, 2005 Grad - Oregon Police Acad., 2006 Resides: Eagle Point, Ore. Hometown: Eagle Point, Ore. Occupation: Deputy Sheriff in Jackson County, Ore. Football Honors: Defensive Tackle; 1st Team All-NWC, 2004; 2nd Team All-NWC, 2003: Team Defensive MVP.

Dr. Colin Campbell (D.D.S.)

B.A. - WU, 2002 D.D.S. - Univ. of Colorado Health & Sciences, 2006 Resides: Las Vegas, Nev. Hometown: Henderson, Nev. Occupation: Associate Dentist at Cheyenne Decatur Dental. Football Honors: Linebacker; 1st Team All-NWC, 2001; Led NWC in tackles; Team Captain.

Dr. Kamell Eckroth-Bernard (M.D.) B.A. - WU, 2000 M.D. - OHSU, 2006 Resides: Fresno, Calif. Hometown: Eugene, Ore.

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Occupation: Surgical Resident at Community Hospital in Fresno. Football Honors: Cornerback; H.M. NAIA and 1st Team Burger King All-America, 1997; Multiple All-NWC honors; Team Captain.

Brandon Folkert

B.A. - WU, 1999 Resides: Tacoma, Wash. (Ft. Lewis) Hometown Salem, Ore. Occupation: Police Officer (Salem Police) Football Honors: Linebacker; 1st Team and 3rd Team All-America; NWC Player of the Year twice; Multiple All-NWC honors; Team Captain.

Tyler Gaspard

B.A. - WU, 2003 M.B.A. - WU, 2005 Resides: Seattle Wash. Hometown: Olympia, WA. Occupation: Financial Planner for Brighton Jones. Football Honors: Quarterback; Team Captain, 2003.

Brian Greer

B.A. - WU, 2000 M.A.T. - WU, 2003 Resides: Salem, Ore. Hometown: San Diego, CA Occupation: General Manager of Service Master of Salem; Part-owner of Corvallis Service Master. Football Honors: Center; First Team Burger King All-America, 1998; Multiple All-NWC honors; Team Captain.

Aaron Lawson

B.A. - WU, 1999 M.A.T. - WU, 2004 Resides: Salem, Ore. Hometown: Sonora, Calif. Occupation: Teacher at North Salem High School Football Honors: Defensive End; NWC Defensive Player of the Year, 1999; Multiple All-NWC honors; Team Captain.

Grant Leslie

B.A. - WU, 2009 M.B.A. - WU, 2010 Resides: Salem, Ore. Hometown: Bainbridge Island, Wash. Occupation: Beyond Study Abroad. Football Honors: Quarterback; 1st Team All-NWC, NCAA Playoffs, 11-1 record, 2008; NWC Championship, 2008 (6-0). School record 498 points, 2008.

Andy Miguel

B.A. - WU, 2001 Resides: Los Angeles, Calif. Hometown: Sacramento, Calif. Occupation: Marketing Director for Nike. Football Honors: Flanker; First Team AllConference, 2000; Team Captain.

Nate Oltmans

B.A. - WU, 2003 Resides: San Francisco, Calif. Hometown: Boulder, Colo. Occupation: Secret Service agent. Football Honors: Offensive Guard; 1st Team All-NWC, 2003; 2nd Team All-NWC, 2002; H.M. All-NWC, 2001; WU Offensive MVP, 2003; Team Captain.

F I R S T T E A M A L L - CO N FE R E N C E

Isaac Parker

B.A. - WU, 2002 M.A.T. - WU, 2005 Resides: Salem, Ore. Hometown: Wahiawa, Hawaii Occupation: Math teacher at South Salem High School and Offensive Coordinator for South Salem football. Football Honors: Offensive Guard; 1st Team All-NWC, 2002; 2nd Team, AllNWC, 2001; Team Captain.

Justin Peterson

B.A. - WU, 2002 Resides: Denver, Colo. Hometown: Mercer Island, Wash. Occupation: Project Supervisor for McCarthy Building Company; Currently working on Denver Children’s Hospital. Football Honors: Running Back; 2nd team All-NWC, 2002; Team MVP; Team Captain.

Morgan Smith (J.D.)

B.A. - WU, 2003 J.D. - WU Law, 2007 Resides: Salem, Ore. Hometown: Kent, WA Occupation: Works for the Oregon School Boards Association. Football Honors: Offensive Tackle; 1st Team All-NWC, 2002, 2003; 2nd Team All-NWC, 2001; Hon. Mention NCAA Division III All-America.


WILLAMETTE ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Stephen Thorsett

President

Dr. Stephen E. Thorsett, Willamette University’s 23rd president and physics professor, has taught broadly in both physics and astronomy. He has authored or co-authored more than 100 scientific publications, primarily focusing on the late stages of stellar evolution. Prior to teaching and leading the sciences division at the University of California-Santa Cruz (1999-2011), Thorsett was an assistant professor of physics at Princeton University and a research fellow at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech). He earned numerous awards, fellowships and honors while completing his master’s and doctorate in physics at Princeton and his bachelor’s in mathematics with honors at Carleton College, where he graduated summa cum laude. Thorsett is committed to the liberal arts tradition and excellence in teaching and learning, while maintaining the university’s traditions of scholarship, service and sustainability.

David Rigsby

Director of Athletics

David Rigsby is the director of athletics at Willamette University, where he was a student-athlete. Rigsby was member of the baseball team at WU for two years before his career was shortened by an arm injury. He earned a B.A. degree from Willamette in 2000 with a major in Chemistry, and later added an M.S. from Duquesne University. He returned to WU as an employee in 2004 and has held a variety of positions, including assistant dean, interim director of career services, associate dean of campus life and interim co-dean of campus life. Rigsby has been a leader of numerous strategic initiatives and projects, including the creation of the Kaneko Commons, developing the Virtual Career Center and serving on the Trustee Working Group on Athletics. He has established working relationships throughout the campus, and is the president of the local chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the most prestigious academic honor society in the nation. In the local community, he is a former board member of the Salem Art Association and has served as the chair of the Clay Ball twice. Rigsby and his wife, Rebekah, also a Willamette graduate, live in Salem and are the parents of Luke, age 9, Devon, age 5, and Sean, age 3.

Bearcat Head Coaches Baseball Aaron Swick (503) 370-6011 Men’s Basketball Kip Ioane (503) 370-6063 Women’s Basketball Peg Swadener (503) 370-6132 Cross Country (M/W) Track & Field (M/W) Matt McGuirk (503) 370-6898 Football Glen Fowles (503) 370-6424 Golf (M/W) Patrick Daugherty (503) 370-6219 Rowing (M/W) Reba Knickerbocker (503) 370-6655 Men’s Soccer Lloyd Fobi (503) 375-5428 Women’s Soccer Hillary Arthur (503) 370-6657 Softball Damian Williams (503) 370-6656 Swimming (M/W) Leslie Shevlin (503) 370-6601

Department of Athletics Administrative Staff Dean of Campus Life....................................................................................Dr. David Douglass Interim Faculty Athletic Representative......................................................Dr. David Goodney Associate Athletic Director....................................................................................Judy Gordon Assistant Athletic Director/Facilities and Operations......................................... Rob Passage Head Athletic Trainer................................................................................. Ken Smith, MS, ATC Assistant Trainer/Coord. of Sports Medicine Operations.................... Erin Scharer, MS, ATC Assistant Athletic Trainer...................................................................... Dylan Borden, MS, ATC Athletics Communications Director...............................................................Robert McKinney Creative Projects Specialist......................................................................... Christopher Sabato Recruiting Coordinator......................................................................................Tony Cassinerio Game Management Coordinator...................................................................Damian Williams Administrative Assistant........................................................................................... Kelli Snyder

Men’s Tennis Rick Wood (503) 370-6841 Women’s Tennis Becky Roberts (503) 370-6804 Volleyball Tom Shoji (503) 370-6230

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WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY

A Premier Liberal Arts University in the Northwest Willamette’s curriculum and collaborative learning environment allow you to explore a wide variety of subjects that are critical to helping you navigate the world around you. Whether your are working one-on-one with a professor, studying abroad, pursuing innovative research, filling an internship with a business or nonprofit, or leading a campus organization, you can hone your creativity, global perspective and critical thinking for a lifetime of success. Professors at Willamette contribute a wide range of expertise to create a dynamic and collaborative learning environment for their students. They engage in scholarly research and publication, but they are also fundamentally committed to teaching and serving as mentors and advisors. Since 1990, a total of 10 Willamette faculty members have been selected Oregon Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation. They have been honored among the most outstanding undergraduate instructors in the country for excelling in teaching and positvely influencing the lives and careers of their students. With an average class size of 14 and a student-to-faculty ratio of 10:1, Willamette provides a personal classroom experience where professors get to know you well, making it easy to find individualized help or ask questions.

Historic Waller Hall (left) and Eaton Hall are seen from across the campus quad.

The life of the Willamette student is active, thought-provoking and focused on the community — in the classroom and out. More than 100 student organizations, in addition to numerous athletic, leadership and service opportunities, help you develop your character in addition to your intellect — and have fun, too. Our students are engaged in numerous communities locally and around the world. About 50% earn study abroad credit before they graduate. Academics come first at Willamette, but you still have time to complete. Our

athletes, both formal and informal, have an enthusiastic network of supporters. Willmette’s NCAA Division III athletics program includes 10 men’s and 10 women’s sports. About 25% of our undergraduate students are athletes. In addition to exploring your passions through your major, you can investigate your academic interests and career options thorugh internships — from the Oregon State Capitol across the street to Intel to the Art Institute of Chicago — as you gain work experience to enhance your job or graduate school applications. Roughly

The Mill Stream flows through campus and provides a great place to study or relax.

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68% of students complete one or more internships while at Willamette. Our alumnni say their time at Willamette was life-changing, and they credit their education with providing them the expertise they needed for a successful career and life — whether they went on to a job, a prestigious graduate program, a national fellowship or public service. The Career Services office at Willamette provides numerous programs to help you explore career possibilities in any field. In addition to offering drop-in office hours and a popular online job board, the office hosts events and activities to assist with everything from writing a successful resume to finding the right graduate school to creating your own personalized academic and career plan.

Academic Choices

Undergraduate Majors (M), minors (m), special programs (s)

City of Salem Located in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, Willamette University is ideally situated to access the benefits of the Pacific Northwest: Gorgeous forests, rivers, mountains and ocean beaches nearby. A relaxed and creative culture. Vibrant arts and music scenes. And, coffee shops on almost every block. Willamette University is in the center of downtown Salem, which is Oregon’s capital city. It is a community that is large enough to provide plenty of entertainment, yet personal enough that you’ll usually run into someone you know. When you’re ready to enjoy some of Oregon’s attractions outside Salem, it’s not hard to find a university organized trip or an informal group of friends to join you — whether you plan to snowboard on Mount Hood, catch a concert in Portland or build a bonfire at the coast.

Students play catch near the Mill Stream.

Why Willamette? NCAA and Northwest Conference competition Supportive coaching staff and team environment 25% of students are intercollegiate athletes 24% of students are multicultural Quality academics with highly engaged professors Student-faculty ratio of 10:1 Average class size of 14 50% of students study abroad 68% of students complete one or more internships Career development program

American Ethnic Studies (M, m) American Studies (M) Anthropology (M, m) Archaeology (M, m) Art (M, m) Art History (M, m) Art, Studio (M, m) Arts, Technology, and Multimedia (m) Asian Studies (m) BA/MBA Business Management (s) Biology (M, m) Chemistry (M, m) Chinese Studies (M, m) Classical Studies (M, m) Comparative Literature and the History of Ideas (M) Computer Science (M, m) Economics (M, m) 3-2 Engineering (s) English (M, m) Environmental Science (M, m) Exercise Science (M) Film Studies (M, m) 3-2 Forestry (s) French (M, m) Geography (m) German (M, m) History (M, m) Humanities (M) International Studies (M) Japanese (m) Japanese Studies (M) Latin American Studies (M, m) Mathematics (M, m) Math/Economics (M) Midieval and Renaissance Studies (m) Music (M, m)* Philosophy (M, m) Physics (M, m) Politics (M, m) Pre-law (s) Pre-medicine (s) Pre-veterinary Medicine (s) Psychology (M, m) Religious Studies (M, m) Rhetoric and Media Studies (M, m) Russian (m) Sociology (M, m) Spanish (M, m) Theatre (M, m) Women’s and Gender Studies (M, m) * In addition to the Bachelor of Arts degree, Willamette University offers the Bachelor of Music degree in Music Composition, Music Education and Music Performance

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McCULLOCH STADIUM

McCulloch Stadium provides the home field for the Willamette University Bearcats. Ogdahl Field at McCulloch Stadium has a new artificial surface that was updated this summer. It features cardinal-colored end zones and a Bearcat paw at midfield. The stadium is one of the top NCAA Division III facilities in the Pacific Northwest. It has the atmosphere of an old-time stadium with modern elements such as spacious locker rooms and a scoreboard video screen. The stadium seats approximately 2,400 fans. All seating is covered, providing fans with comfortable even during inclement weather. The press box has plenty of room for coaches, media representatives and the statistical crew. It also includes a booth for the public address announcer and official timer, as well as a room for WU’s president to host supporters and dignitaries.

Since 1998, Willamette has earned a 51-28 (.646) record at McCulloch Stadium. The Bearcats were 4-0 at home during the 2012 season. With lights surrounding the field, the Bearcats have been able to add another element to Willamette football with night games since 2004. The Bearcats also play afternoon games to take advantage of the sunny skies during most of the season. Another advantage is that the stadium includes an athletic training room, allowing Willamette athletes to receive treatments on-site. Football players have convenient access to athletic trainers at practices and home games throughout the season. Likewise, Bearcat football coaches have office space at the stadium in addition to offices at the Sparks Center on campus. This is helpful for watching game films and for holding team and position meetings. Last year, Willamette played just four of 10 games at McCulloch Stadium and went 4-0. This year, WU plays seven games at home, including Northwest Conference match-ups with Whitworth, Pacific Lutheran, Linfield and Pacific. McCulloch Stadium also features the Charles Bowles Track, an all-weather facility that is the home of Willamette’s highly-

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Willamette’s Home Field Advantage: 20-7 Since 1998 Top Left - Beau Smith catches a pass. Top Right - A replay shows on the video board. At Right - The crowd watches the action during a night game at McCulloch Stadium.

Bearcat Locker Room Willamette has a spacious locker room at McCulloch Stadium that is used during all practices and home games. It features individual lockers with plenty of space for storing equipment. From the start of preseason until the end of the year, the Willamette locker room is a key part of Bearcat Football. regarded men’s and women’s track and field teams. The track also provides the finish line for many of Willamette’s home cross country meets. Charles Bowles Track was resurfaced this summer at the same time as the football field. The entire complex, which also includes Roy S. “Spec” Keene Stadium for baseball, is adjacent to Bush’s Pasture Park. The park

mc cullo ch stadium

hosts cross country meets on its wide paths and also is known for its art exhibits, rose garden, trees and expanses of open land. McCulloch Stadium is located just two blocks from the Willamette campus. It is a short distance for students to walk from dorm rooms to the stadium to attend home games. It’s a quick drive from the interstate on U.S. 22/Mission Drive.


BEARCAT FOOTBALL HISTORY

1894

Willamette plays its first college football game, defeating Pacific by a final score of 18-4.

1890

1906

Bearcats defeat Beavers, 4-0.

1900

1895

1910

WU downs Oregon Agricultural (OSU) 36-6 in first meeting with Beavers.

1929

1920

1930

1924

1913

Willamette and Oregon tie 0-0 on Oct. 4.

Bearcats achieve victory against the University of Oregon, 6-3, on Nov. 1.

Bearcats shut out Whitman, 75-0, setting school record for scoring that will last until a 77-17 win over Lewis & Clark in 2007.

1934

WU wins first conference title with a 5-0 record. WU also wins basketball and baseball undefeated in 1929-30.

Jim Booth was a freshman on the 1960 team.

1942

1960

Willamette wins conference title. It is WU’s eight title in nine years (1934-40, 1941-42).

1950

1940

1941 Willamette loses to Hawaii, 20-6, on Dec. 6. The team is in Honolulu when Pearl Harbor is attacked by Japan on Dec. 7. WU players help during the aftermatch of the attack.

1960

Bearcats play in a bowl game and lose to Nothern Arizona, 7-0. NAU is now a member of NCAA Division I.

Willamette ends regular season with a 21-20 win over Pacific Lutheran to move to 9-0. WU is selected for NAIA Division II Playoffs and falls to Troy State (Ala.), 63-10, in semifinals.

1996

Bearcats tie for the Northwest Conference and Pacific Lutheran share the NWC title.

1968

Willamette qualifies for NCAA Division III Playoffs.

Willamette reaches NAIA Playoffs. The Bearcats defeat Bethany (Kan.), 56-35, and fall to Western Washington, 13-12.

1971 championship at 4-2. Willamette, Linfield

1970

1958

Stan Solomon rushed for 753 yards and 10 TDs in 1958.

The 1941 Bearcats went 8-2.

1980

WU earns an 8-0 record under the guidance of Ted Ogdahl. The Bearcats score 25 or more points in 6 of 8 games.

1999

1990

2004

WU qualifies for NCAA Division III Playoffs.

2000

1997 Bearcats earn 10-0 regular season record and advance to the NAIA Division II Championship game before losing to Findlay (Ohio), 14-7. Liz Heaston kicks two extra points against Linfield on Oct. 18 to become the first female to score a point in a college football game.

2012

2008 Willamette finishes the regular season at 10-0. Bearcats defeat Occidental, 48-33, in NCAA Playoffs, before losing to UW-Whitewater, 30-27. WU sets school records with 498 points and 69 touchdowns. Willamette wins NWC championship at 6-0.

Liz Heaston kicked two extra points on Oct. 18, 1997. Chuck Pinkerton was the quarterback in 1997.

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Tyson Giza Senior, Cornerback/Kick Returner Career Interceptions: 9 Career Kickoff Returns: 44 Career Kickoff Return Average: 21.9 yards

2013 SCHEDULE Sept. 6

Hardin-Simmons University

Salem, Ore.

7 p.m.

Sept. 14

Sewanee: University of the South

Salem, OR

1:30 p.m.

Sept. 22 Pacific University*#

Salem, OR

1:30 p.m.

Sept. 29 Sewanee University

Sewanee, TN

1 p.m. CDT

Oct. 6

Whitworth University*

Spokane, WA

1 p.m.

Oct. 13

Lewis & Clark College*+

Salem, OR

1:30 p.m.

Oct. 20

Pacific Lutheran University*

Tacoma, WA

12:30 p.m.

Oct. 27

Linfield College*

McMinnville, OR

1:30 p.m.

Nov. 3

Pacific University*

Forest Grove, OR

1 p.m.

Nov. 10

Puget Sound University*^

Salem, OR

4 p.m.

Nov. 19

NCAA Division III Playoffs - 1st Round

TBA

TBA

Nov. 26

NCAA Division III Playoffs - 2nd Round

TBA

TBA

Dec. 3

NCAA Division III Quarterfinals

TBA

TBA

Dec. 10

NCAA Division III Semifinals

TBA

TBA

Dec. 17

NCAA Division III Championship

TBA

TBA

* Northwest Conference Game

# Alumni Weekend

+ Family Weekend

^ Senior Day

Games webcast at www.willamette/edu/athletics/bsn/webcast starting 15 minutes prior to kickoff

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